The six Vanderbilt Cup Races held at Roosevelt Field on New York’s Long Island between 1904 and 1910 were the greatest sporting events of their day. They were the first international automobile road races held in the United States, and they had a far-reaching impact on the development of American automobiles and parkways.
Later Cup races were contested at other venues, but the ancestral home of the events remains Long Island. On this site, visitors will discover comprehensive information on those races, the Long Island Motor Parkway and current Long Island automotive events and news.
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