Skip Hudson was driving a Monza Ferrari in the Examiner race and sent Duffy this photo showing his front wheels about even with the Ferrari's rear wheels. Along with the photo came this note, "Here, you S.O.B.-this is just before you passed me. You went around me so fast that it was so embarrassing, I almost pulled over to the side and popped the hood to look like something was wrong with the car. Here I am driving a hand-built Ferrari and a damned Model T passes me." "Nothing could out-corner that thing", says Duff. "I could go around the outside of any car on the track. One thing is the rear tires I ran. I went to Voigt tire in El Monte. I wanted the widest drag slick they made which was 7 3/8 inches wide. They looked like steamroller tires in those days compared to the narrow sports car tires. Voigt used half crude and half gum rubber. I got them grooved a minimum one inch square and 1/8 inch deep that came out diamond shaped."