This Week In Racing History (July 23-29)

!This Week in Racing History Michael Stucker July 23 Engine builder Larry Wallace born (1957). July 24 Engineer Gordon Kimball, who has worked for All American Racers, Chaparral, McLaren, Ferrari, and Benetton, born (1952). July 25 The ...

!This Week in Racing History
Michael Stucker

July 23
Engine builder Larry Wallace born (1957).

July 24
Engineer Gordon Kimball, who has worked for All American Racers, Chaparral, McLaren, Ferrari, and Benetton, born (1952).

July 25
The Cesana-Sestriere hillclimb is won by Ludovico Scarfiotti in a Ferrari 206S Dino Spyder (1965).

July 26
Nelson Piquet drives a Williams-Honda to victory in the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim (1987).

July 27
Denny Hulme drives his McLaren M8B to victory in the Can-Am race in Edmonton, Canada. Chris Amon in a Ferrari 612 is second. Best ever Can-Am finish for Ferrari (1969).

July 28
Davey Allison makes his NASCAR Winston Cup debut with a 10th place finish at Talledega, Alabama, USA (1985).

July 29
At his first race on an oval, Parker Johnstone puts his Honda powered Indycar on pole for the CART Michigan 500 (1995).

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Series History
Drivers Denny Hulme , Chris Amon , Nelson Piquet , Davey Allison
Teams Williams