Bill Vukovich, after falling short a year before, earned the first of two consecutive Indy 500 victories. The car built by Frank Kurtis from Kurtris Kraft Company, Los Angeles, was a typical Indy roadster of the 1950s powered by Offenhauser 270 cubic-inch 4 cylinder engine. Frank Kurtis created his first car to be entered in the Indianapolis in 1941. By 1952, the majority of cars entered in the Indianapolis race were designed and built by Kurtis Kraft.
|1953||AAA National Championship||Indianapolis 500|
|Bill Vukovich||14||Howard Keck Co.|
|Kurtis Kraft 500A||Offenhauser||Fuel Injection Spl.|
|1:43||M.A. Scale Models|