This Week in Racing History (November 9-15)

This Week in Racing History November 9 - NASCAR truck racer Rick Carelli born (1955). November 10 - F1 racer Eddie Irvine born (1965). November 11 - F1 racer Vittorio Brambilla born (1937). - Junior Dragster racer Courtney...

This Week in Racing History

November 9 - NASCAR truck racer Rick Carelli born (1955).

November 10 - F1 racer Eddie Irvine born (1965).

November 11 - F1 racer Vittorio Brambilla born (1937).

- Junior Dragster racer Courtney Enders born (1986).

November 12 - Driving a Benz, American David Bruce-Brown wins the second American Grand Prize race. Run through the streets of Savannah, Georgia, it is the closest Grand Prix finish up to that time as Bruce-Brown defeats fellow Benz driver Victor Hemery by 1.42 seconds (1910).

November 13 - Paul Baras drives a Daraq to a new Land Speed Record of 104.52 mph/167.23 kph at Ostend (1904).

November 14 - Sportscar and F1 racer Brett Lunger born (1945).

November 15 - Craig Breedlove drives his Spirit of America to a new Land Speed Record of 600.601 mph (1965).

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$@sugar-land.spc.slb.com | Definately not Anadrill's opinion. Remove "$" from email address above | Copyright Michael J. Stucker 1997 Consciousness: that annoying time between naps.

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Series General
Drivers Eddie Irvine , Rick Carelli , Vittorio Brambilla