This Week in Racing History
Tony Bettenhausen wins the USAC Championship race at Trenton, New Jersey, USA (1959).
CART and ALMS team owner/driver Andrian Fernandez born in Mexico City, Mexico (1965).
Ayrton Senna, driving a Renualt-powered Lotus 97T, scores his first Formula 1 win, in the Portuguese Grand Prix of at Estoril (1985).
Luigi Fagioli wins the Monaco Grand Prix at the wheel of a Mercedes-Benz (1935).
Stirling Moss crashes his Lotus during the Glover Trophy race at Goodwood, England. His injuries are so severe that he retires from racing one year later (1962).
First motorcycle races held on the 1/4-mile board track at Beverly Hills, California. Jim Davis wins the main event on a Harley-Davidson (1921).
Pedro Rodriguez and Jackie Oliver drive a Gulf Porsche 917 to victory in the 1000 km sports car race at Monza, Italy (1971).