This Week in Racing History
Michael J. Stucker

November 10
Jim Hall's Can-Am driving career is ended by injuries suffered in an accident during the Stardust GP Can-Am race in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. The race and the championship are won by Denny Hulme in a McLaren M8A-Chevrolet (1968).

November 11
Doug Peterson, racer and co-founder of Comptech, born (1951).

November 12
Terry Labonte finishes third but clinches the NASCAR Winston Cup title at Riverside, California, USA (1984).

November 13
Japanese Touring Car champion Masahiro Hasemi born (1945).

November 14
Larry Kopp becomes the inaugural NHRA Pro Stock Truck champion when he qualifies for the final race of the season in Pomona, Californa, USA (1998).

November 15
Design drawings are finished for the Moto Guzzi V8 500cc motorcycle Grand Prix engine (1954).

November 16
Alan Jones drives a Williams FW07 to victory in the non-championship Australian Grand Prix (1980).