This Week in Racing History
Stan Fox wins the last race ever held at the legendary Ascot, California, dirt track (1990).
Umberto Maglioli wins the final Carrera Panamerica road race through Mexico in a Ferrari (1954).
The Sports Car Club of America national organization revokes the charter of the Los Angeles Region and offers it to the California Sports Car Club (1961).
Gaston Chevrolet killed in National Championship race at Beverly Hills, California (1920).
Louis Wagner drives his Benz to victory in the first American Grand Prize race, in Savanah, Georgia (1908).
Ralph Mulford drives a Lozier to victory in the first Vanderbilt Cup race to be held in Savanah, Georgia, USA (1911).
Ted Field and Danny Ongais drive a Chevrolet-powered Lola T600 to victory in the IMSA three-hour race at Daytona, Florida, USA (1982).