This Week in Racing History
November 15 - Richard Petty's last race as a driver is the same race in which Alan Kulwicki clinches his only Winston Cup title, at Atlanta Motor Speedway (1992).
November 16 - Racing school owner Skip Barber born (1936).
November 17 - Bertrand Godin born (1967).
November 18 - Lewis Jackson, in his first American Grand Prize race, dies in an accident. First American to die in an international GP (1916).
- Sportscar and IRL driver Eliseo Salazar born (1955).
November 19 - Eyston sets a One-Mile Land Speed Record of 311.42 mph in the Thunderbolt 1 (1937).
- Spike Gelhausen born (1954).
November 20 - Kirk Russel born (1943).
November 21 - Travis Carter born (1949).
- Stephane Proulx dies of complications from AIDS (1993).
Previous installments of This Week in Racing History can be found at the Motorsport News International website (http://www.motorsport.com/).
Michael Stucker Anadrill Schlumberger, Sugar Land, Texas stucker@$sugar-land.spc.slb.com Remove "$" from email address above. Copyright Michael J. Stucker 1998