This Week in Racing history (November 3-9)

People in this week in racing history include: Reinold Joest, Herbert Muller, Townsend Bell, Louis Rosier, Jimmy Bryan, Ayrton Senna, Alan Kulwicki, Jackie Ickx and David Hobbs.

This Week in Racing History
Michael Stucker

November 3
Reinold Joest and Herbert Muller drive a Porsche 908/3 to victory in the Kyalami 9 Hours endurance race in Midrand, South Africa (1973).

Townsend Bell
Townsend Bell

Photo by: Earl Ma

November 4
Townsend Bell, the 2001 Indy Lights champion, wins the final CART Indy Lights race ever run, at California Speedway in Fontana, California, USA (2001).

November 5
Grand Prix and Le Mans winner Louis Rosier is born in Chapdes-Beaufort, France (1905).

November 6
Jimmy Bryan wins the AAA Championship race on the dirt track in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, driving a Kuzma-Offy (1955).

November 7
The Australian Grand Prix at Adelaide is Ayrton Senna's last F1 win (1993).

November 8
At Phoenix, Arizona, USA, Alan Kulwicki, driving a Ford Thunderbird, wins his first NASCAR Winston Cup race (1988).

November 9
The Springbok Championship Series Rand Daily Mail 9 Hours race at Kyamlami, in Midrand, South Africa, is won by Jackie Ickx and David Hobbs in the Gulf Mirage M1 (1968).

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Series History
Drivers Townsend Bell , Ayrton Senna , David Hobbs , Herbert Muller , Alan Kulwicki
Article type Special feature
Tags bell, bryan, history, hobbs, ickx, joest, kulwicki, muller, rosier, senna