This Week in Racing History
Gil Anderson drives a Stutz to victory in the Elgin Trophy Race in Elgin, Illinois, USA (1913).
Tommy Kendall wins the Mosport Park 500 Trans-Am race at Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada, for his record 11th straight Trans-Am win (1997).
The non-championship Austrian Grand Prix at Zeltweg is won by Jack Brabham (1963).
Racer Michel Jourdain Jr. born in Mexico City, Mexico (1976).
The Mazda-powered Kudzu DG-1 Camel Lites racer debuts in the IMSA GT race in San Antonio, Texas, USA. Jim Downing and David Loring finish third in class (1989).
Jules Goux, driving a Ballot, wins the first Italian Grand Prix at Montichiari, near Brescia (1921).
Jochen Rindt, at the wheel of a Roy Winkelmann Racing Brabham BT23, wins the F2 race on the Ahvenisto race circuit in Hameenlinna, Finland (1967).