This Week in Racing History (December 14-20)

This Week in Racing History Michael Stucker www.vintageRPM.com December 14 1992 NASCAR Winston Cup Champion Alan Kulwicki born (1954). December 15 Indy Car mechanic Clint Brawner born (1916). December 16 Active suspension is tested for the...

This Week in Racing History
Michael Stucker
www.vintageRPM.com

December 14
1992 NASCAR Winston Cup Champion Alan Kulwicki born (1954).

December 15
Indy Car mechanic Clint Brawner born (1916).

December 16
Active suspension is tested for the first time on an F1 car when Dave Scott drives the Lotus 92 at Snetterton, England. Lotus founder Colin Chapman dies the same morning from a heart attack (1982).

December 17
2003 CART Champ Car Champion Paul Tracy born in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada (1968).

December 18
The Porsche 917-10 takes part in its first North American tests at Road Atlanta in Brazelton, Georgia, USA, with Mark Donohue at the wheel (1971).

December 19
Touring car driver Jeff Allam born in Epsom, England (1954).

December 20
Sports car and F1 driver Karl Wendlinger born in Kufstein, Austria (1968).

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Series History
Drivers Karl Wendlinger , Paul Tracy , Jeff Allam , Mark Donohue , Alan Kulwicki