Key dates in Goodyear Racing history (Aug. 30 - Sept. 4)

Key Dates in Goodyear Racing History Highlighting the accomplishments of Goodyear engineers and Goodyear-equipped racers AUGUST Aug. 30, 1992 -- Michael Schumacher wins the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps in his Benetton, winning ...

Key Dates in Goodyear Racing History
Highlighting the accomplishments of Goodyear engineers and Goodyear-equipped racers

AUGUST

Aug. 30, 1992 -- Michael Schumacher wins the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps in his Benetton, winning Goodyear's 275th Formula One victory.

SEPTEMBER

Sept. 1, 1996 -- Butch Leitzinger claims victory in the IMSA World Sportscar Championship race on the 1.29-mile street course in Dallas, Texas. Leitzinger drives a Dyson Racing entry in the two-hour race.

Sept. 3, 1973 -- Gary Beck rides a set of Goodyear tires to the first sub-six second pass in NHRA Top Fuel history when he is clocked at 5.96 seconds at Indianapolis Raceway Park.

Sept. 4, 1976 -- Don "The Snake" Prudhomme, racing on Goodyear tires, records the first sub-six second pass in NHRA Funny Car history when he is clocked at 5.97 seconds at Indianapolis Raceway Park.

Sept. 4, 1977 -- Vittorio Brambilla drives an Alfa Romeo 33SC12 on Goodyear tires to victory in a 250 kilometer race at Imola. The race is part of the World Sports Car Championship.

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Series History
Drivers Michael Schumacher , Butch Leitzinger , Vittorio Brambilla
Teams Dyson Racing