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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 Dan Davis, Director of Ford Racing Technology and head of Ford's racing program, with the NASCAR special edition Ford Taurus, developed by Ford Motor Company with the intention of being raced in NASCAR competition in 2001
Roush Racing has agreed to help Ford celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Ford Racing by outfitting the #97 Roush Racing Ford Taurus with a special edition paint scheme for the Daytona 500 Dan Davis, Jackie Stewart (three-time Formula One Champion), Edsel B. Ford, Dale Jarrett (1999 NASCAR Winston Cup Champion), and John Force (ten-time NHRA Funny Car Champion) pose in front of a Ford 1901 Sweepstakes replica vehicle
Edsel B. Ford II, Dale Jarrett (1999 NASCAR Winston Cup Champion), John Force (ten-time NHRA Funny Car Champion), and Steve Hamp (Director of Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village) unveil the restored original Ford 1901 Sweepstakes A 1965 Ford powered Lotus 51, one of 190 vintage Ford racing cars on display
Don Nicholson, Dan Gurney, Sir Jackie Stewart and Lyn St. James sign some autographs for a few fans Junior Johnson, Ned Jarrett and Bob Gurney share a moment
In a reenactment of Henry Ford's 1901 race victory over Alexander Winton, Ford's Glenn Miller and drag racing great Bob Glidden drive a replica of Ford's Sweepstakes racer to the lead Race car greats George Follmer, Bob Glidden, Ned Jarret, Dan Gurney, Junior Johnson, Don Nicholson, Lyn St. James, Tom Kendall, Parnelli Jones, Sir Jackie Stewart, Carroll Shelby, Glen Wood and Leonard Wood
Glenn Miller, development engineer at Ford Special Vehicle Engineering, and John Force, ten-time Funny Car champion, cruise around the activities field in a Ford 1901 Sweepstakes replica Glenn Miller, development engineer at Ford Special Vehicle Engineering, and Edsel B. Ford II cruise around the activities field in a Ford 1901 Sweepstakes restored vehicle
Dan Davis, on right, Director of Ford Racing Technologies, presents a commemorative steering wheel to Edsel B. Ford II, during a ceremony to unveil a restored Ford 1901 Sweepstakes lenn Miller, development engineer at Ford Special Vehicle Engineering, shows off a replica Ford 1901 Sweepstakes vehicle at Greenfield Village in Dearborn, Michigan
Dan Davis Director of Ford Racing Technologies, presents a commemorative steering wheel to Edsel B. Ford II, during a ceremony to unveil a restored Ford 1901 Sweepstakes at the Henry Ford Museum Edsel B. Ford II, Dale Jarrett (1999 NASCAR Winston Cup Champion), John Force (ten-time NHRA Funny Car Champion), and Steve Hamp (Director of Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village) unveil the restored original Ford 1901 Sweepstakes
Glenn Miller, development engineer at Ford Special Vehicle Engineering, and Dale Jarrett (1999 NASCAR Winston Cup Champion) cruise around the activities field in a newly replicated Ford 1901 Sweepstakes restored vehicle Dale Jarrett (1999 NASCAR Winston Cup Champion), left, and his crew chief Todd Parrott hangs off the side of a replica Ford 1901 Sweepstakes
Original 1901 Ford Sweepstakes Original 1901 Ford Sweepstakes
Original 1901 Ford Sweepstakes, with bodywork Racing greats Bob Glidden, Tom Kendall and Parnelli Jones enjoy a laugh during an interview
Two year old Thomas Brefeld Jr. has his picture taken as Henry Ford, racing the 1901 Sweepstakes race while enjoying the day Victory Lane Champagne bottle from Dan Gurney and A.J. Foyt's 1967 victory at Le Mans; it was the first time champagne was used in a race care victory celebration
Ford's Glenn Miller and drag racing great Bob Glidden head for the finish line in an reenactment of Henry Ford's 1901 race victory over Alexander Winton Original 1901 Ford Sweepstakes
Bruce Craig, auto racing photographer dies
Original 1901 Ford Sweepstakes Original 1901 Ford Sweepstakes