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Jerry Karl (April 29, 1941, Manchester, Pennsylvania - February 16, 2008, Baltimore, Maryland), was a former driver in the USAC and CART Championship Car series. Starting out in midget car racing and sprint car racing, he made his Champ Car debut in 1969 and qualified for his first Indy 500 in 1973 driving an Eagle chassis powered by a twin-turbo Chevrolet V8 engine fielded by legendary car owner Smokey Yunick. He raced for another team in 1974, but returned to drive for Yunick in 1974 and finished 13th at Indy. In 1980 he entered the CART series and began modifying his own McLaren chassis that he dubbed the McLaren-Karl. In the final race of the 1980 season at Phoenix International Raceway, Karl and his chassis ran at the front of the field in second place until engine trouble dropped him

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  • Gerald Edward Karl dit Jerry Karl (né le 29 avril 1941 à Manchester en Pennsylvanie - mort le 16 février 2008 à Baltimore, Maryland, dans un accident de la circulation) était un pilote automobile américain.
  • Jerry Karl (ur. 29 kwietnia 1941 roku w Jamaica, zm. 16 lutego 2008 roku w Baltimore) – amerykański kierowca wyścigowy.
  • Jerry Karl (April 29, 1941, Manchester, Pennsylvania - February 16, 2008, Baltimore, Maryland), was a former driver in the USAC and CART Championship Car series. Starting out in midget car racing and sprint car racing, he made his Champ Car debut in 1969 and qualified for his first Indy 500 in 1973 driving an Eagle chassis powered by a twin-turbo Chevrolet V8 engine fielded by legendary car owner Smokey Yunick. He raced for another team in 1974, but returned to drive for Yunick in 1974 and finished 13th at Indy. In 1980 he entered the CART series and began modifying his own McLaren chassis that he dubbed the McLaren-Karl. In the final race of the 1980 season at Phoenix International Raceway, Karl and his chassis ran at the front of the field in second place until engine trouble dropped him
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