This Week in Racing History (November 20-26)

This Week in Racing History Michael Stucker 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 Frank Matich drives a Repco Matich A50 F5000 to victory...

This Week in Racing History
Michael Stucker

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
Frank Matich drives a Repco Matich A50 F5000 to victory in the Australian Grand Prix (1971).

November 22
Jim Paschall drives a Petty Engineering Plymouth to victory in the NASCAR Grand National race at Tar Heel Speedway in Randleman, North carolina, USA (1962).

November 23
Constructor (PAM and Platypus) and team manager (AIR) Hans Adams born in Niesky, Germany (1928).

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

November 25
Gaston Chevrolet killed in National Championship race at Beverly Hills, California, USA (1920).

November 26
Dan Gurney drives an Eagle to victory in the Rex Mays 200 Indycar race at Riverside, California, USA. He becomes the first driver to win in the four major racing disciplines of Indycars, stockcars, F1, and sportscars (1967).

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