This Week in Racing History (November 16-22)

This Week in Racing History Michael Stucker www.vintageRPM.com November 16 Indy Car driver Mike Groff born in Van Nuys, California, USA (1961). November 17 Bob McCLure wins the hill climb at Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA (1968). November ...

This Week in Racing History
Michael Stucker
www.vintageRPM.com

November 16
Indy Car driver Mike Groff born in Van Nuys, California, USA (1961).

November 17
Bob McCLure wins the hill climb at Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA (1968).

November 18
Renault agrees to supply engines to grand touring cars for use in their Mirage chassis at Le Mans in 1977 (1976).

November 19
George Eyston drove the Thunderbolt 1 at Bonneville to a new LSR of 311.42 mph/499.20 kph (1937).

November 20
Sterling Moss, in a Lotus 18, wins the USGP, at Riverside, California, the final race of the 2.5-liter F1 (1960).

November 21
F1 racer Jacque Laffite born in Paris, France (1943).

November 22
Stan Fox wins the last race ever held at the legendary Ascot, California, dirt track (1990).

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