This Week in Racing History (September 25-October 1)

This Week in Racing History Michael Stucker September 25 Mark Donohue wins the Mosport, Ontario, Canada, Can-Am race in a Chevrolet-powered Lola T70 (1966). September 26 Danny Ongais and Ted Field drive a Lola T-600 to victory in the ...

This Week in Racing History
Michael Stucker

September 25
Mark Donohue wins the Mosport, Ontario, Canada, Can-Am race in a Chevrolet-powered Lola T70 (1966).

September 26
Danny Ongais and Ted Field drive a Lola T-600 to victory in the 500-mile IMSA sports car race at Pocono, Pennsylvania, USA (1982).

September 27
Nigel Mansell wins the Spanish Grand Prix at Jerez driving a Williams-Honda FW11B (1987).

September 28
Andy Pilgrim and Allan McNish drive a Porsche 911 GT1 to victory in the PSR Exxon Supreme GT1 race at Pike Peak, Colorado, USA (1997).

September 29
Pedro Rodriguez and Lucien Bianci win the 24 Hours of Le Mans in a Gulf Ford GT40 (1968).

September 30
Guy Hansez wins the Citadelle Hillclimb in Namur, Belgium, driving a Ferrari 250 GTO (1962).

October 1
Warren Johnson sets an NHRA Pro Stock 1/4-mile top speed record when he runs 181.08 mph at Fremont, California, USA. First Pro Stock racer to exceed 180 mph (1982).

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Series History
Drivers Warren Johnson , Allan McNish , Nigel Mansell , Andy Pilgrim , Pedro Rodriguez , Danny Ongais , Ted Field , Mark Donohue
Teams Williams