This Week in Racing History (February 13-19)

This Week in Racing History Michael Stucker February 13 Three-time Polish National rally Champion Janusz Kulig dies in a road accident when his car is hit by a train. The crossing keeper is blamed for the accident (2004). February 14 Bob...

This Week in Racing History
Michael Stucker

February 13
Three-time Polish National rally Champion Janusz Kulig dies in a road accident when his car is hit by a train. The crossing keeper is blamed for the accident (2004).

February 14
Bob drake drives a Maserati Tipo 61 to victory in the sports car race at Willow Springs, California, USA (1960).

February 15
John Z. DeLorean is appointed General Manager of the Chevrolet Divisions of General Motors (1969).

February 16
CART and IRL team manager and owner Tom Anderson born (1949).

February 17
The first car named Mercedes, made by Daimler, debuts at a race in Pau, France (1901).

February 18
Fred Moskovic, engineer, entrepeneur, automotive genius, racer, and former president of the Stutz Motor Company, dies in Greenwich Connecticut, USA (1967).

February 19
Malcolm Campbell set a new Land Speed Record of 206.956 mph in his Bluebird on the Beach at Daytona, Florida, USA (1928).

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