Germantown, WI — The 24th annual Millers at Milwaukee–Vintage Indy Car Event, sponsored by the Harry Miller Club, is July 13-14 at the famed Milwaukee Mile racetrack. One of the most impressive U.S. gatherings of Pre- and Post-WW II Indy Champ Cars, Roadsters and Laydowns, the event features vintage race cars designed by Miller, Mercer, Kurtis, Duesenberg, Alfa Romeo and Bugatti. It’s limited to just 60 cars, and applications are still open, but slots are quickly filling. Gates open at 8 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, with vintage cars running the oval track from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days. “We already have over 40 cars on the roster,” said Miller Club president Tedd Zamjahn. “Among them are Dana Mecum’s six fantastic vintage racers, plus a transporter full of Millers that Dan Davis is bringing.” The Harry Miller Club was founded by the late David Uihlein Sr. to honor Wisconsin native Harry A. Miller (1875-1943), considered among the greatest and most influential of American race car designers. Miller-based cars and/or engines dominated championship competition in the U.S. in the 1920s, winning 38 Indy 500 races.