izq. a der.: Macoco Alzaga Unzue, Louis Zborowski, A.
Lavete & Clive Gallop en Nueva York, año 1923...
twenties roar, claro
apenas 23 años, hacia dos que ya habia ganado la
primera carrera Internacional Montevideo-Punta del Este
y otras competencias en Europa, la que lo contaba como
fiel veraneante en Biarritz
propiedad de Carlos Sanchez Alzaga, sobrino nieto de Macoco
"Macoco Alzaga Unzue with Louis Zborowski and Clive
Gallop taken in New York in 1923. The names which have
been mispelt have been written in some time later. The
man third from the left appears to be A. Lavete who was
presumably Señor Alzaga's mechanic.
1923 was the year that five Bugattis ran at Indianapolis,
only one finishing. The drivers
and their placings were as follows: Alzaga 6 laps broken
con rod, Raganti 19 laps fuel tank failure, Zborowski
41 laps broken con rod, De Vizcaya 165 laps broken con
rod, Cystria finished ninth. Tom Milton picked up the
first prize of $20,000 averaging 90.095 miles per hour
in 5 hours, 29 minutes 50.17 seconds over the total 500
miles race distance. The Bugattis were absent the following