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Ducky Fauntleroy
General information
Gender

male

Occupation

Professional racing driver

Place of residence

United States

Vehicle information
Class

Race car

Paint colour

Red, black

Eye colour

Green

Racing career
Racing competitions

Piston Cup Racing Series

Sponsors

Cheerio Old Toots
Blowie Belsoms Safety Horns
Catmull Oil
Dinoco
Southern Gold Gasoline

Competition number

42

Series information
First appearance

Cars 3

Ducky Fauntleroy was a race car. He was a professional race driver who, in the 1950s, competed in the Piston Cup Racing Series with the number 42, where he was sponsored by Cheerio Old Toots, Blowie Belsoms Safety Horns with additional side sponsoring by Catmull Oil, Dinoco and Southern Gold Gasoline.

History

Ducky Fauntleroy during the Piston Cup race at the Fireball Beach Course in 1954.

Ducky Fauntleroy was a race car that lived in the United States. He was a professional race driver, who, in the 1950s, competed in the Piston Cup Racing Series with the number 42, where he was sponsored by Cheerio Old Toots, Blowie Belsoms Safety Horns with additional side sponsoring by Catmull Oil, Dinoco and Southern Gold Gasoline. In 1954, he competed in the race at the Fireball Beach Course, during which the Hudson Hornet had experienced a career-ending crash.

Physical description

Ducky Fauntleroy was a car that was painted bright red with a black roof, and wore the number 42 on his doors and roof.

Trivia

  • His name is a reference to Donald Duck, whose full name, according to the 1942 short film Donald Gets Drafted, is Donald Fauntleroy Duck.
  • His name in Spanish version, Pato Donald, is a reference to Donald Duck, who is called Pato Donald in Spanish.
  • The racing number 42 was also used by Faregame and Cal Weathers.

Appearances

Gallery

Names in other languages

  • Spanish: Pato Donald

See also

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