Among the many over-the-road races that spread or rekindled enthusiasm for auto racing in North America following World War II, one stood head and shoulders above the rest. This was purely due to its length and the fact that instead of featuring repeated laps around a closed circuit of public roads, it was a one-way run of more than 2,100 miles!
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