Landy's midget is now on display at the Studebaker National Museum
in South Bend, Indiana. Landy and his family are proud that the old #17
can now be seen by thousands in such a world class automotive museum.

Welcome to Landy's website where you can relive memories or learn firsthand how a virtual unknown from Milwaukee, Wisconsin competed against the nation's greatest racing stars of yesteryear.

A fan favorite throughout the Midwest, Landy drove his famous #17 midget racer, powered by an unconventional Studebaker engine, on a shoestring budget to victories on oval dirt tracks everywhere. Follow Landy's career from it's inception as a member of the great Wally Zale's pit crew, to his winning the Badger Midget Auto Racing Association's 1947 Championship and eventually becoming the president of Badger.

You'll read and see photos of the history of Landy's midget and how it eventually returned home to the Scott Family after 48 years, and its success on the car show circuit today.

 

  

 
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