1973 Glass City 200 Glass City 200.jpg
Held on September 23, 1973 at Toledo Speedway in Toledo, OH
200 L, 100 M, 161 KM - Scheduled Distance

RESULTS
Fin St # Driver Sponsor Make Laps Led Status Pts
1 Joe Ruttman Maverick 200 151 running
2 Jim Bickerstaff Camaro 200 0 running
3 Tony Diano 0
4 Mike Shaw 0
5 Steve Asztalos 0
6 Dick Haas 0
7 Jim Roberts 0
8 Forrest Barron 0
9 Ed Hage 0
10 Warren Stewart 0
11 Buddy Bennett 0
12 Bob Morgan 0
13 Art Sommers 2
14 Jerry Makara 0
15 Dick Crup 0
16 John Anderson 47
17 Mel Gillett 0
18 Don Irish 0
19 Tony DeLillo 0
20 Tom Colella 0
21 Bruce Worrell 0
22 Ed Howe 0
23 Jim Cushman 0
24 Ray Barnard 0
RACE DATA
Failed to Qualify:
Time of Race: ???
Fast Qualifier: Ed Howe - 17.810 sec.
Heat Winners:
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Margin of Victory:
Average Speed: ??? mph
Cautions: ?? for ?? laps - not available
Lead Changes: 3 among 3 drivers - John Anderson (1-47); Joe Ruttman (48-100); Art Sommers (101-102); Ruttman (103-200).
STATISTICALLY SPEAKING
* This race was run in 2 100-lap segments, as were most of the early Glass City 200s. Based on newsapaper reports, it appears as though the second segment was the sole determinant of the of the finishing order (in contrast to "Monza-style" races, such as the Vermont Milk Bowl, which scores the overall finish of the event by combining the results of the segments).
  • After falling out of the race, Ed Howe replaced Jim Bickerstaff for the second half of the race and was the runner-up. As in most relief driver cases, Bickerstaff is technically credited with the second place finish.