This Week in Racing History
Sterling Moss, driving an Aston Martin DBR2, wins the Governor's Trophy race at Nassua in the Bahammas (1959).
The paved track at Marouba, New South Wales, Australia, opens (1925).
F1 Champion and DTM team owner Keke Rosberg born (1948).
John Surtees tests a Ferrari F1 car for the first time (1962).
Comptech racing recieves their first Acura engine for IMSA Camel Lights racing (1990).
Daniel MacKinlay Jr., driving a Spyker, and L. de Dantos, driving a Daracq, finish in a dead-heat in the first documented auto compitition in Argentina, a trial from Buenos Aires to Tigre (1906).
Sportscar racer Price Cobb born (1954).