this Week in Racing History (November 18-24)

This Week in Racing History Michael Stucker www.vintageRPM.com November 18 Rally driver Francois Duval borm in Chimay, Belgium (1980). November 19 Andre Boillot wins the Coppa Florio driving a 1914 Grand Prix Peugeot powered by 3.8-liter ...

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

November 18
Rally driver Francois Duval borm in Chimay, Belgium (1980).

November 19
Andre Boillot wins the Coppa Florio driving a 1914 Grand Prix Peugeot powered by 3.8-liter sleeve-valve engine. His average speed was 37.5 mph/60.4 kph (1922).

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

November 21
Stockcar great and NASCAR pacecar driver Elmo Langley dies of a heart attack in Japan (1996).

November 22
Pietro Bordino, racing great between the world wars, born in Turin, Italy (1887).

November 23
Peter Revson wins the World Challenge Cup for Group 7 racers at Fuji, Japan (1968).

November 24
Bobby Isaac sets a new World Closed Course Speed Record of 201.104 mph at Talledega, Alabama, USA (1970).

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