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Ferenc Szisz, Renault AK Rick Morris
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Rick Morris Map of the Nürburgring in 1936
Map of the Nordschleife in 1936 Gisela Herbstrith, daughter of Nürburgring builder Dr. Otto Creutz
Gisela Herbstrith, daughter of Nürburgring builder Dr. Otto Creutz The Bluebird V returns to Daytona after visiting Goodwood Festival of Speed
The Bluebird V returns to Daytona after visiting Goodwood Festival of Speed Corvettes racing through history
Corvettes racing through history Corvettes racing through history
Corvettes racing through history Corvettes racing through history
Corvettes racing through history
Corvettes racing through history Gianpiero Moretti
Gianpiero Moretti Gianpiero Moretti
A MOMO Porsche Gianpiero Moretti with Paul Newman
The MOMO team Gianpiero Moretti
Gianpiero Moretti The Cunningham C4R in 1953
Gianpiero Moretti
Al Unser Sr. was the first Cosworth DFX-powered Indianapolis 500 winner in 1978 1999 NASCAR Winston Cup Champion Dale Jarrett in the number-88 Quality Care/Ford Credit Taurus; he scored 24 top-five finishes, including four wins
Klaus Ludwig's 1981 Miller Mustang was powered by a turbocharged, 4-cylinder engine, and SVO was able to build the car with many racing parts from Europe The Miller Mustang was fielded in 1981 by the Bill Scott Racing Team, with driver Klaus Ludwig
Ford Motor Company introduced the special edition NASCAR Ford Taurus, developed by Ford with the intention of being raced in NASCAR competition in 2001, during an automotive press briefing Jim O'Connor, Ford Vice President, President Ford Division, announces the year-long 100th Anniversary celebration of Ford's involvement with racing
Ford's Glenn Miller and drag racing great Bob Glidden raced a replica of Henry Ford's 1901 Sweepstakes race car Sam Posey Watkins Glen Walk of Fame induction: Sam Posey accepts his Walk of Fame certificate from J. C. Argetsinger
Dan Gurney with track manager Gill Campbell and SCRAMP president Ken Lofink 1978 Indy 500 winner Al Unser Sr. also was the first driver to win an Indy car race with the Cosworth DFX engine, at Pocono in 1976
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