Harry Miller is quite simply the greatest creative figure in the history of American auto racing. He created the great school of American thoroughbred engine design, which was faithfully followed by those who sought to outdo him. Miller was the first U.S. designer who viewed the racing car as an art object. Miller had a passion for metalwork and machinery that soared above and beyond all other designers.
*From The Miller Dynasty, By Mark Dees, The Hippodrome Publishing Co. 1994
David V. Uihlein, Sr., founder of the Harry Miller Club, sought to bring recognition to Harry Miller and his vast accomplishments, by sharing his great race car and engine designs with younger generations. Miller based cars and engines dominated championship competition in this country during the 1920’s, winning 38 Indianapolis 500 races!