1959 Lesovsky Indy Roadster news, pictures, and information
The Lujie Lesovsky Indy Roadster is powered by a lay-down 255 cubic-inch Offenhauser engine offering 450 horsepower at 6000 RPM.
At the 1960 Indy race it was entered as the Adams Quarter Horse/Racing Associates and driven by Johnny Thomson. It started in the 17th position and finished in fifth. The following year it wore number 10 and was painted black and gold. It started in 17th and driven by Paul Goldsmith to 14th place.
In 1962 it wore race number 27 and was entered by J.H. Rose Truck Line/Bob Phillips and driven by Don Davis. It was painted black and red and started in the 12th position. It finished the race in 4th place.