Key Dates in Goodyear Racing History, June 28-July 4

Key Dates in Goodyear Racing History Highlighting the accomplishments of Goodyear engineers and Goodyear-equipped racers June 28, 1987 -- Mauro Baldi and Jonathon Palmer pilot their Porsche 962 to victory in the 200-mile race at at Nuremburg.

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

June 28, 1987 -- Mauro Baldi and Jonathon Palmer pilot their Porsche 962 to victory in the 200-mile race at at Nuremburg. Baldi and Palmer win the Sports Prototype World Championship race by three laps.

June 28, 1998 -- Dyson Racing wins for the third time in as many weeks, taking the United States Road Racing Championship race on the 1.75-mile street course in Minneapolis. James Weaver and Butch Leitzinger drive the winning Riley&Scott as their team car finishes second. Weaver has the fastest lap in both time trials and the race.

June 29, 1975 -- The all-star pairing of Derek Bell and Henri Pescarolo race to victory in the 1,000 kilometer World Manufacturers Championship event at Osterreichring, piloting a Goodyear-equipped Alfa Romeo 33TT12.

June 30, 1974 -- Henri Pescarolo and Gerard Larrousse win a 1,000 kilometer World Manufacturers Championship race at the Osterreichring for the second straight year. They win with Goodyear tires on a Matra-Simca 670B.

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Series History
Drivers Henri Pescarolo , Butch Leitzinger , James Weaver , Mauro Baldi , Derek Bell , Gerard Larrousse
Teams Dyson Racing