This Week in Racing History (November 25-December 1)

This Week in Racing History Michael J. Stucker November 25 England's National Sporting Club honors Graham Hill with a retirement dinner (1976). November 26 Eddie O'Donell dies of injuries suffered in a wreck during the National Championship...

This Week in Racing History
Michael J. Stucker

November 25
England's National Sporting Club honors Graham Hill with a retirement dinner (1976).

November 26
Eddie O'Donell dies of injuries suffered in a wreck during the National Championship race at Beverly Hills, California, USA (1920).

November 27
Future NASCAR great Junior Johnson pleads guilty to making moonshine whiskey (1956).

November 28
John Baldwin, Technical Director for Panoz Motorsports, dies of heart failure in Kershaw, South Carolina, USA (2000).

November 29
Chuck Daigh, who would drive Scarabs in both sportcar and F1 races, born in Long Beach, California, USA (1923).

November 30
Stockcar racer Shawna Robinson born (1964).

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Drivers Shawna Robinson , Junior Johnson , Graham Hill , Chuck Daigh