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Norman Lauterbach

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Background Information

Employment History

Engineer

Ventnor Boat Works


Designer


Web References(5 Total References)


2006 EnviroPly Hydroplane Series - ABRA

www.abrahydroplanes.com [cached]

Norman Lauterbach, an engineer for the Ventnor Boat Works, hinted that Henry Kaiser knew just enough about hydroplane designing to be dangerous.Kaiser wanted a lot of things done to HOT METAL and ALUMINUM FIRST that Lauterbach knew wouldn't work.So Lauterbach secretly substituted Reynolds Aluminum. nd Henry J was never the wiser.


American Boat Racing Association - The Brief History of Dee-Jay V

www.abrahydroplanes.com [cached]

Designer Norman Lauterbach was the driver in all but one of her races.
Although utterly untried, DEE-JAY V went on to win the race at a record 81 miles per hour with Miller at the wheel and Lauterbach along side as riding mechanic. Norman Lauterbach and DEE-JAY V won the First Heat at 69.912 but didn't finish the Second. Elam was declared the 7-Litre winner; Lauterbach won the Unlimited prize. (Two other Unlimiteds--MISS PEPSI and MISS GREAT LAKES II--were in attendance but scored no points due to mechanical difficulties.) Although the Murphy team retired from racing after 1952, driver/designer Lauterbach continued in the sport for many years. A brother of famed boat builder Henry Lauterbach, Norman owned the 1977 Grand Prix Class National Champion UNCLE NORMAN'S LAUTERBACH SPECIAL that Terry Turner drove.


Ollie's Folly Remembered

www.thunderboats.org [cached]

The craft was designed by Ventnor engineer Norman Lauterbach, the brother of Henry Lauterbach, who later designed MISS CHRYSLER CREW, and the uncle of Larry Lauterbach, who later drove WINSTON EAGLE.


Hydros - History

www.hydroprop.com [cached]

Norman Lauterbach, an engineer for the Ventnor Boat Works, hinted that Henry Kaiser knew just enough about hydroplane designing to be dangerous.Kaiser wanted a lot of things done to HOT METAL and ALUMINUM FIRST that Lauterbach knew wouldn't work.So Lauterbach secretly substituted Reynolds Aluminum.


www.thunderboats.org

Designed by Norman Lauterbach, the original SUCH CRUST was one of the first boats to be built with an Allison engine in mind. Jack's first full season as an Unlimited owner was arguably his best.He won three races and the National High Point Championship with Dan Arena as driver.


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