Duncan, of Lansdale, PA, had a racing career spanning seven decades, beginning in 1928 and continuin...g into the 1980s in TQ midgets!
In 1953, 1954 and 1955, when AAA had a working agreement with the American Racing Drivers Club (ARDC), he was the AAA Eastern Midget Champion, and during the thirteen years between 1955 and 1967, he won the ARDC title eight times
During World War II, Len had the honor of being assigned as President Truman’s driver during one of his visits to England.
He drove in the Indianapolis 500 in 1954 and had relief from George Fonder. The pair completed 101 laps and placed 31st.
Mario Andretti credits Duncan with having a great influence on his professional life.
Len Duncan died on Aug. 1, 1998.