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Mayer Mr. D
The Mr. D Midget Racer designed and built by Robert Mayer of Michigan, race number 74 was raced by pilot Hank Orlowski in 1951 at the Detroit Air Races. It qualified at a speed of 160 mph.
The aircraft was later raced at Wallingford, Ct., and took 4th place in the Formula One race. Following this, the airplane was retired.
Mr D's short racing career spanned the years 1951- 1953.
This original Midget Racer was donated to the Planes of Fame Air Museum and was restored by Museum volunteers in 2004- 2005.
Engine: Continental C-85, 85 hp
Span: 19 ft. 0 in
Length: 14 ft. 9 in
Crew: 1
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