Yeah! I should kept to the original story that Henri design the DOHC engine FOR Peugeot! The late Lindley Bothwell of Woodland Hills owed and raced one The 1913 Peugeot 4.5-Liter L45 that he owned is not only regarded by many as the father of all racing engines, but it ran in the 1916 Indianapolis 500. Bothwell then took the Peugeot back to Indianapolis to compete in the Veteran Class, he bested Dario Resta's 85mph lap record at over 103mph – a record that had stood for 30 years! Bothwell died in 1986; but his widow Ann threw us an annual party at their remaining Orange ranhce in San Fernado Valley for a number of years. Several years ago all of Lindsey's collection of race cars went on auction. Don't know who bought it!