This Week in Racing History (March 9-15)

This Week in Racing History March 9 - Jacques Villeneuve becomes the fourth driver to start on on pole in their first F1 race (1996). March 11 - Henry Seagrave drives his Irving-Napier to a new One Mile Speed Record of ...

This Week in Racing History

March 9 - Jacques Villeneuve becomes the fourth driver to start on on pole in their first F1 race (1996).

March 11 - Henry Seagrave drives his Irving-Napier to a new One Mile Speed Record of 231.446 mph (1929).

March 12 - First ever Ferrari, a Tipo 125 Spyder Corsa, is completed (1947).

- Ferrari F40 debuts at noon at the Centro Civico di Maranello (1987).

March 14 - Eugenio Castellotti dies during Ferrari test session at Modena (1957).

Previous issues of This Week in Racing History can be found at the Motorsport News International website (http://www.motorsport.com/).

Michael Stucker | Anadrill Schlumberger, Sugar Land, Texas stucker@sugar-land.anadrill.slb.com | Definately not Anadrill's opinion. Copyright Michael J. Stucker 1997 "It's great to do business in a Bernie-free country." -- BPR founder Stephane Ratel commenting on the United States

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Drivers Jacques Villeneuve , Stéphane Ratel