Fred Comer

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Fred Comer (February 19, 1893 in Topeka, Kansas – October 12, 1928 in Lawrence, Massachusetts) was an American racecar driver. Like many drivers of his era, he was a board track racing specialist and made 43 AAA Championship Car starts on the board ovals with one win in 1926 on the Atlantic City track and one pole. He also made four starts in the Indianapolis 500 with a best finish of 4th place in 1926. He finished a career best 5th in 1924 AAA National Championship points. Comer died from injuries sustained in a racing accident at Rockingham Park board track in New Hampshire.

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  1. ^ "Fred Comer". Fox Sports. Retrieved 19 June 2014.