A photo of the Winton team posing on the beach at Daytona-Ormond which in reality were one and the same. The Ormond name was used for primarily the early winter speed meets. Both the Bullet No. 2 and No. 3 were at the 1904 speed meet and Oldfield evidently was able to set a worlds record at the time for a mile. Oldfield’s No. 2 was a straight eight (the 3rd. thumbnail below from the Automobile Review gives full details) and Graham’s racer was a four.
Both cars were built primarily for the Gordon-Bennett race of 1904, unfortunately they both had problems and left the race early. Thumbnail four below gives details of both cars later on in the season when they were piloted by different drivers. Photo courtesy of Racemaker Press.