By Michael Stucker: These events happened this week in racing history.
This Week in Racing History
Henri Pescarolo and Gerard Larrousse drive a Matra M670 to victory in the 1000 kilometer sports car race on the Osterreichring in Austria (1973).
Nanni Galli wins the Monte Pellegrino hill-climb in Sicily driving an Alfa Romeo T33 (1967).
Carroll Selby drives a Chevrolet-powered Scarab Mk2 to victory in the USAC sports car race at Continental Divide Raceway in Castle Rock, Colorado, USA (1960).
Ferenc Szisz drives a Renault to victory in the first Grand Prix, held on public roads around Le Mans, France (1906).
Jo Siffert drives a BMW 270 to victory in the F2 Grand Prix de Rouen in France (1970).
Walter Baumer, co-winner of the 1940 Mille Miglia, dies in a road accident (1941).
Luigi Fagioli wins the Penya-Rhin Grand Prix in Barcelona, Spain, driving a Mercedes-Benz W25 (1935).