This Week in Racing History
Denis Hulme wins the Argentine Grand Prix at Buenos Aires in a McLaren M23 (1974).
Onetime CART team owner Carl Hogan dies in New Hampshire, USA, at the age of 71 (2001).
Car builder and racer Bill Stroppe born in Long Beach, California, USA (1919).
Juan Manuel Fangio drives a Mercedes-Benz W196 to victory in the Argentine Grand Prix in Buenos Aires (1955).
The three hour sports car race at Daytona, Florida, USA, is won by Pedro Rodriguez at the wheel of a Ferrari 250 GTO (1963).
A.J. Foyt drives a Ford Torino to victory in the NASCAR Riverside 500 stockcar race (1970).
Sterling Moss wins the Argentine Grand Prix driving a Cooper. First wins for Cooper, a mid-engined F1 car, and team owner Rob Walker (1958).