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Bert Dingley (21 August 1885 Oakdale, California – 7 April 1966 Indianapolis, Indiana) was an American racecar driver.
He was initially recognized as the first American Championship Car Racing champion in 1909. However, when results were being revisited in 1951 and winners were retroactively awarded for the 1902 to 1908 championships, on the basis of better information, Dingley was stripped of the 1909 championship which was instead awarded to George Robertson.