Part of your Gangs of San Francisco line of tees based on Bay Area history. Designed by us and printed in the Bay Area.
Built by Jack Prince and Art Pillsbury in San Carlos, San Francisco Speedway (also known as Greater San Francisco Speedway) was a 1.25 mile wooden oval used between December 11 1921 and June 14 1922. More than 40,000 spectators would regularly attend the races. Sadly it was destroyed by fire on June 19th, 1922. It is now the site of an airport.