This Week in Racing History (October 19-25)

This Week in Racing History Michael Stucker www.vintageRPM.com October 19 F1 and Indy Car driver Enrique Bernoldi born in Curitiba, Brazil (1978). October 20 Ayrton Senna wins the F3 Macau Grand Prix in a Ralt-Toyota (1983). October 21 Pedro...

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

October 19
F1 and Indy Car driver Enrique Bernoldi born in Curitiba, Brazil (1978).

October 20
Ayrton Senna wins the F3 Macau Grand Prix in a Ralt-Toyota (1983).

October 21
Pedro and Ricardo Rodriguez drive a Ferrari 250 GTO to victory in the Paris 1000 KM race at Montlhery, France (1962).

October 22
Ernst Henne, riding a supercharged BMW, sets a new motorcycle world speed record of 272 kph/169 mph (1936).

October 23
Stirling Moss drives a Lotus 19 to victory in both heats of the Pacific Grand Prix for sports cars at Laguna Seca in Monterey, California, USA (1960).

October 24
Jo Siffert dies in an accident during a non-points F1 race at Brands Hatch, England (1971).

October 25
Jim Hurtubise wins the Sacramento 100 on the dirt track in Sacramento, California, USA (1959).

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Series History
Drivers Enrique Bernoldi , Ricardo Rodríguez , Ayrton Senna , Stirling Moss