This Week in Racing History
Revised Ferrari GTO granted homologation by FIA (1964).
Carl Fisher, James Allison, Arthur Newby, and Frank Wheeler form the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Corporation (1909).
Marshall Teague, driving a Hudson Hornet, wins his second straight NASCAR race on the beach at Daytona Beach, Florida, USA (1952).
Adolph Hitler announces that the German government will fund the building of a national racing car (1933).
Moto Kitano rides a Honda to victory in the FIM 250cc motorcycle GP at Daytona, Florida, USA. Mike Hailwood is second on a Mondial (1961).
Nino Farina drives a Ferrari 125 to victory in the Temporada race in Rosario, Argentina (1949).
Bobby Allison wins the NASCAR Daytona 500 stock car race (1982).