This Week in Racing History
Clifford Allison dies in practice crash for NASCAR Busch Grand National race in Michigan, USA (1995).
Peter White drives an S.R. Fronty to a new track record of 101.3 mph on the concrete race track at Maroubra, Australia (1926).
Guy Moll killed at Pescara (1934).
Ford Sierras finish 1-2-3-4 in the World Touring Car Championship race at Brno, Czechoslovakia (1987).
Ken Miles killed in crash while testing Ford J-Car at Riverside, California, USA (1966).
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway opens with a crushed stone and tar racing surface (1909),
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