This Week in Racing History (November 21-27)

This Week in Racing History November 21 - Larry Morgan born (1954). November 22 - Jim Paschall drives a Petty Engineering Plymouth to victory in the NASCAR Grand National race at Tar Heel Speedway in ...

This Week in Racing History

November 21 - Larry Morgan born (1954).

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 24 - Last Carrera Panamerican road race is held (1954).

November 25 - After ten years with Plymouth, Richard Petty announces he will race Fords in 1969 (1968).

November 26 - Eddie O'Donnell dies from injuries suffered in National Championship race at Beverly Hills, California, USA (1920).

November 27 - Sportcar racer and 1972 Can-Am Champion George Follmer born (1934).

Previous installments of This Week in Racing History can be found at motorsport.com.

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Drivers Larry Morgan , George Follmer