This Week in Racing History (February 2-8)

This Week in Racing History February 2 - Billy Boat born (1966). - Ed McCulluch born (1942). February 3 - Rocky Moran born (1950). - Hurley Haywood wins the 24-Hours of Daytona. It is his 9th endurance...

This Week in Racing History

February 2 - Billy Boat born (1966).

- Ed McCulluch born (1942).

February 3 - Rocky Moran born (1950).

- Hurley Haywood wins the 24-Hours of Daytona. It is his 9th endurance victory, 5th 24-hour race win, 11th win at Daytona (1991).

February 4 - NASCAR crew chief Tim Brewer born (1955).

- Porsche 911 driven by Peter Gregg and Hurley Haywood wins the 24-Hours of Daytona (1973).

February 5 - Trans-Am racer Dorsey Schroeder born (1953).

- Porsche 906 makes compitition debut at the 24-Hours of Daytona and finishes first in class the next day (1966).

February 6 - Trans-Am driver Paul Gentilozzi born (1950).

- Official launch of the March 701, March's first Formula One racer (1970).

Previous issues of This Week in Racing History can be found at the Motorsport News International website (http://www.motorsport.com/).

Michael Stucker | Anadrill Schlumberger, Sugar Land, Texas stucker@sugar-land.anadrill.slb.com | Definately not Anadrill's opinion. Copyright Michael J. Stucker 1996 Give me ambiguity or give me something else.

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Series General
Drivers Billy Boat , Paul Gentilozzi , Tim Brewer , Hurley Haywood , Dorsey Schroeder , Rocky Moran , Peter Gregg