Omaha Automobile Dealers’ Show Association announced an extensive lineup for their February, 1911, show. Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, Oakland, St. Louis, Cleveland, Washington, D.C., Syracuse, Hartford, Connecticut, and Chicago also announced their shows.
Sheffield Car Company debuted their 30hp railroad automobile, a replacement for the velocipede.
Angeleno Harry Seymour on a Reading Standard (motorcycle) lowered the track record at Newark’s Olympic Park to 1:10.
At its annual meeting in Philadelphia, the North Wildwood Automobile Club decided to continue racing and to extend their three-mile beach track to five, completely encircling the island.
The Chauffeurs, Automobile Drivers and Automobile Workers’ Association of Syracuse was formed.
The automobile clubs of Richmond and Newport News, Virginia, showed their plan for a road to connect the two cities, and planned to begin construction in the spring.