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  Jules Goux - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Jules Goux, born April 6, 1885 - died March 6, 1965, was a Grand Prix motor racing champion and the first Frenchman to win the Indianapolis 500.
Influenced by the Gordon Bennett Cup in auto racing, Jules Goux began racing cars in his early twenties.
Jules Goux won the 1912 Sarthe Cup at Le Mans driving a Peugeot, and in 1913 he travelled with the team to the United States to compete in the Indianapolis 500 race.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Jules_Goux   (301 words)

  
 Goux
In fact, during one stop there wasn't time enough for Jules to get his usual refreshment, so a crewman threw a cup full of the bubbly in his face as Goux dropped his Peugeot in gear and sped back into the fray, with a smile on his face.
But Spencer did get his name written in the record book as Jules' 13 1/2 minute margin of victory is the greatest in the history of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Jules Goux at the Italian Grand Prix in Brescia - 1921
www.mudsharkracing.com /goux.htm   (464 words)

  
 PSA Peugeot Citroen - Magazine - Jules Goux — A French Victor at Indianapolis
Still, Goux led the field until the eighth lap, when he was overtaken by Burnham in his Keeton, and he fell back to 13th.
Jules Goux came back up through the field, finally taking back the lead before being overtaken by Anderson’s Stutz on the 128th lap.
Jules Goux carried both the American and the French flags across the finish line under a deluge of applause.
www.psa-peugeot-citroen.com /en/magazine/magazine_doss_c3.php?id=38   (512 words)

  
  Jules Goux - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Influenced by the Gordon Bennett Cup in auto racing, Jules Goux began racing cars in his early twenties.
Because of his racing success, along with Georges Boillot, he was invited by Peugeot Automobile to race for their factory team.
As part of a four-man design team led by Paulo Zuccarelli and Ernest Henry, Goux helped develop a racecar powered by a radically new Straight-4 engine using a twin overhead cam.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Jules_Goux   (330 words)

  
 Jules Goux
Jules Goux is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.
Jules Goux: Encyclopedia II - Grand Prix motor racing - The first Grands Prix
Jules Goux: Encyclopedia II - Grand Prix motor racing - The post-war years and Formula One
www.experiencefestival.com /jules_goux   (694 words)

  
 LAMBERT M. CHRISTIE POSTCARD ALBUM, 1913
Jules Goux won the 1913 Indianapolis 500 Mile Race.
Goux, a resident of France, drove a Peugeot to win the race.
Other postcards in this album show devastation in Terre Haute from a 26 March 1913 tornado; Jules Goux and other drivers in the 1913 Indianapolis 500 Mile Race; and a passenger train wreck near Garfield Park in Indianapolis, 16 April 1913.
www.indianahistory.org /library/manuscripts/collection_guides/P0326.html   (439 words)

  
 Magazine PSA Peugeot Citroen - Jules Goux, un Français vainqueur à Indianapolis
En 1913, le Français Jules Goux s’impose sur le mythique circuit des 500 miles d’Indianapolis au volant d’une Peugeot L.76… qu’il a lui-même contribué à construire !
C’est pourtant Jules Goux qui mène les débats jusqu’au 8ème tour, avant d’être dépassé par la Keeton de Burnam, puis de rétrograder jusqu’à la 13ème place.
Sur la ligne d’arrivée, Jules Goux brandit les deux drapeaux, français et américain, sous un déluge d’applaudissements.
www.psa-peugeot-citroen.com /fr/magazine/magazine_doss_c3.php?id=10   (469 words)

  
 Georges Boillot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Born in Valentigney, Doubs, Boillot was a mechanic by training who began automobile racing in 1908.
He went on to join drivers Paul Zuccarelli and Jules Goux to help create a novel range of racing cars as part of the Peugeot team.
That same year, his Peugeot teammate, Jules Goux became the first Frenchman to win the Indianapolis 500 in the United States.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Georges_Boillot   (484 words)

  
 The World's Worst Grand Prix | Road Tests, Auto Features
Jules Goux's Bugatti had a less volatile fuel mixture and was more or less guaranteed to finish.
Goux could have taken it easy, but he seemed determined to give the spectators something to watch, so he kept up the pace right to the end, at one point putting in a 79.4mph lap that was better than de Vizcaya had managed.
Only the most fanatical supporter of either Jules Goux or Bugatti could have considered that Miramas provided a better spectacle.
www.carkeys.co.uk /features/sport/6348.asp   (627 words)

  
 Iron Men - Iron Cars Vintage Photography
While the drivers and dignitaries in the foreground are concentrating on the camera, you can see mechanics and car tenders turning to see the commotion, suprisingly no mention of this near collision is mentioned in the newspaper accounts.
Jules Goux in a Peugeot wins this race with an average speed of 75.92 mph.
This is a limited edition of 100 and is a category I print.
www.visref.com /ironcars/pagephoto02.htm   (96 words)

  
 Twin-Cam Tech Analysis - Features - European Car Magazine
Peugeot drivers Jules Goux and Georges Boillot knew they needed a new kind of engine and convinced Zuccarelli to join their team.
The following year, Jules Goux took the twin-cam Peugeot to Indianapolis and beat the field by 13 minutes after 500 miles.
Jules Goux also entered military service and after the war continued racing, including a few more attempts at Indianapolis in the 1920s.
www.europeancarweb.com /features/0209ec_twin_cam_analysis   (2255 words)

  
 Astronaut David Wolf Presents Delco Remy Rings to Indy Drivers
Thomas J. Snyder, President and CEO, of Delco Remy International, introduced Wolf, "As a hero in space presenting to the heroes of racing." This is the third year that Delco Remy has presented the drivers with rings.
This ring ceremony underscores Delco Remy's long-standing relationship with the Indianapolis 500 as Remy Electric, the company, presented a Remy trophy to Jules Goux, the race winner, in 1913.
At the conclusion of the ring ceremony, pole sitter Helio Castroneves presented Wolf with the signature print autographed by all 33 drivers.
www.theautochannel.com /news/2003/05/24/161977.html   (384 words)

  
 GrandPrix.com > Features > Historical > The things these racing people get up to...
In 1905 the French car magazine L'Auto offered a prize for a competition for small capacity cars - known as voiturettes - and Robert Peugeot decided that he would build some of the lightweight machines in the motorcycle factory at Valentigney, just down the road from the main Peugeot car factory at Audincourt.
He called these cars Lion-Peugeots and took on three drivers for the Coupe de l'Auto at Rambouillet in November 1906: one was his chauffeur Jules Goux and another was an Italian with the curious name of Giosue Guippone.
Initially they were beaten by rivals Sizaire-Naudin but by the start of 1908 Giuppone began winning races and Goux then followed suit.
www.grandprix.com /ft/ftjs006.html   (850 words)

  
 Home of Sport: Forum: Motorsport Quizzes: Jules Goux
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The 1913 Indy 500 was won by Jules Goux in the time of 6hr:35min.
During his pit stops he consumed xxxxxxx, to sustain himself.
www.homeofsport.com /forum/thread.aspx?id=114180   (286 words)

  
 GrandPrix.com > Features > Historical > The Spanish Grand Prix - a history
Both events were won by Peugeot driver Jules Goux, but they inspired a strong racing tradition in Catalonia and ambitious plan was hatched in 1922 to build a permanent oval at Sitges.
It was a five and a half hour race which was won by Meo Constantini's Bugatti, which finished 15 minutes ahead of 48-year-old Jules Goux in a similar car.
The Spanish Grand Prix, however, was still not established and in 1928 and 1929 was run to sportscar regulations, both races being won by Louis Chiron.
www.grandprix.com /ft/ft00366.html   (1938 words)

  
 Scorchvision - 100 Years of Motor Racing - Episode 2
From here on, Peugeot were simply unbeatable and had another goal in their sights: the INDIANOPOLIS 500, which had been founded only two years previously.
Peugeot were successful at their first attempt, thanks to the skill of JULES GOUX.
The Mercedes team swept the board taking the first three places ahead of Goux's Peugeot and Resta's Sunbeam.
www.scorchvision.com /Programs/hundred/hndyrs02.htm   (659 words)

  
 1914 Mercedes Grand Prix car   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
To add insult to injury the Mercedes' of Louis Wagner and Otto Salzer also passed the dead Peugeot before the stunning finish.
Peugeot was barely able to muster a fourth place with Jules Goux.
The 1914 Mercedes GP shown above was at the 1998 Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance.
www.ktsmotorsportsgarage.com /quiz/quiz25.html   (255 words)

  
 Donald Heald Original Antique Books Prints and Maps
Grand Prix d'Amerique, Goux le gagnant sur Peugeot à; Indianapolis (Indianapolis 500), 1911
The Lion-Peugeot of Jules Goux at Indianapolis in 1911.
The new Peugeot Company began racing in 1912, and won the Indy with Goux at the wheel in 1913.
www.donaldheald.com /s7620.html   (339 words)

  
 RacingPress.com Feature Story :: And now four something completely different   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
The original five-story, wooden pagoda-style timing and scoring tower at Indianapolis Motor Speedway was built in 1913, a reflection of then Speedway President Carl Fisher’s interest in Japanese architecture.
That same year French rookie Jules Goux won the 500 in a Peugeot powered by a revolutionary inline four cylinder, DOHC, four-valve-per-cylinder racing engine.
The race winning Peugeot eventually inspired the most successful engine design in American open wheel racing history, and a modern engine architecture, also made popular by the Japanese, could inspire the new powerplant formula for a revitalized, unified American champ car series.
www.racingpress.com /publish/btfour042406.shtml   (1701 words)

  
 MG twin Cam Racing Cams - Features - European Car Magazine
In 1910, Paulo Zuccarelli had beaten the mighty Peugeot team with a small-displacement four-cylinder Hispano-Suiza.
Then they went to Robert Peugeot, the president of the company with a proposal for an all-new racing engine to enter the Grand Prix circuit.
Twin-cam engines had proven themselves in racing ever since and over the next decades would be used by companies like Delage, Sunbeam, Duesenberg, Stutz, Alfa Romeo, Bugatti, Miller, Offenhauser, Jaguar, Aston Martin, Ferrari and others.
www.europeancarweb.com /features/0506ec_twin_cam_mg_racing_engines   (2275 words)

  
 CarsandRacingStuff.com/Crittenden Automotive Library: Indianapolis 500
Notes:  Joe Dawson was relieved by Don Herr for laps 108-144
Lap leaders:  Bragg (1), Evans (2-3), Goux (4-14), Burman (15-55), Goux (56-95), Anderson (96-102), Goux (103-124), Anderson (125-135), Goux (136-200)
Lap leaders:  Wilcox (1), Christaens (2-4), Goux (5), Christaens (6), Bragg (7), Christaens (8-12), Thomas (13-29), Duray (30-66), Guyot (67-75), Duray (76-115), Thomas (116-200)
www.carsandracingstuff.com /library/i/indianapolis500.php   (627 words)

  
 Northwest Indiana News: nwitimes.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
This story ran on nwitimes.com on Sunday, July 28, 2002 12:00 AM CDT
Jules Goux sipped champagne during pit stops on the way to winning the Indianapolis 500 in 1913.
Nobody would think of emulating the Frenchman in modern racing, where superbly conditioned drivers often race side-by-side at speeds above 200 mph.
nwitimes.com /articles/2002/07/28/export30870.txt   (891 words)

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