Allen "Al" Miller (born 28 April 1907 in Pontiac, died 18 August 1967 in Standish) was an American racing driver. An experienced hand in the AAA championship and especially Indianapolis, he competed from 1932 to 1951. In 1941, he created his own car, the Miller RE4D, a then-strange rear-engined design, which he raced until 1951. At the 1950 attempt, he surprisingly took pole position and led the first six laps, but retired from the race, as he did from his final attempt in 1951.
Complete Alternate Formula One results
|1950||Trainor Auto Parts||Miller RE4D||Miller 4.5 L6||GBR||MON|| 500
|1951||Al Miller||Miller RE4D||Miller 4.5 L6||MON|| 500