This Week in Racing History
Sterling Moss drives a Vanwall to victory in the Potuguese Grand Prix at Porto (1958).
Former F1 team owner Ken Tyrrell dies from pancreatic cancer, at the age of 77, in his home in Surrey, England (2001).
Brian Redman, Tony Cicale, and Bobby Rahal drive a Cicale to victory in the Lumberman's 500 sportscar race at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio, USA(1979).
Jack Brabham drives his Repco powered Brabham BT24 to victory in the Canadian Grand Prix at Mosport Park, Ontario (1967).
Graham de Zille drives a Lola to victory in the BP Superfund FF1600 race at Snetterton, England (1983).
James Hunt wins the Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort in a McLaren M23 (1976).
Kenny Bernstein becomes the first NHRA Funny Car driver to break 270 mph when he runs 272.41 mph at Indianapolis, Indiana, USA (1986).