The First Japanese Racers in the US: H. Sakamoto and W.T. Watanabe, known only by their first initials, were the first recorded Japanese race car drivers in the US. They piloted a Mercer and a Case and Stutz respectively. Writer Dan Strohl is asked us to ask you JNC readers if you have any information about these two. Read the whole story at Hemmings.

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