This Week in Racing History (9/22-9/28)

This Week in Racing History September 23 - Nigel Mansell scores his first F1 win for Ferrari, his 16th overall, at Portugal (1990). September 24 - The Avus racetrack opens in Germany (1922). - Alain Prost...

This Week in Racing History

September 23 - Nigel Mansell scores his first F1 win for Ferrari, his 16th overall, at Portugal (1990).

September 24 - The Avus racetrack opens in Germany (1922).

- Alain Prost announces that 1993 will be his last season racing Formula One (1993).

September 26 - Nigel Mansell captures his ninth F1 pole (at Portugal), breaking Ayrton Senna's single-season record (1992).

- Alain Prost captures his 4th World Driving Title (1993).

September 27 - C.S. Rolls wins the second Tourist Trophy on the Isle of Man in a Rolls-Royce. Covered 259 kilometers 4:06 hours @ 63.5 km/h (1906).

September 28 - Mika Hakkinen born (1968).

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Series General
Drivers Mika Hakkinen , Nigel Mansell , Alain Prost , Ayrton Senna