This Week in Racing History (November 21-27)

This Week in Racing History Michael Stucker www.vintageRPM.com November 21 Swede Savage, driving an AAR Eagle-Ford, wins the USAC Championship race at Phoenix, Arizona, USA (1970). November 22 Pietro Bordino, racing great between the world...

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

November 21
Swede Savage, driving an AAR Eagle-Ford, wins the USAC Championship race at Phoenix, Arizona, USA (1970).

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

November 23
Peter Revson wins the World Challenge Cup, a race for Group 7 cars on the Mount Fuji circuit near Tokyo, Japan (1968).

November 24
Engineer Ross Brawn born in Manchester, England (1954).

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

November 26
Tony Bettenhausen, Sr., wins the AAA Championship race on the dirt track in Bay Meadows, California, USA, driving a Kurtis-Offenhauser (1950).

November 27
Ralph Mulford drives a Lozier to victory in the first Vanderbilt Cup race to be held in Savanah, Georgia, USA (1911).

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Drivers Ross Brawn , Tony Bettenhausen , Peter Revson