This Week in Racing History (November 20-26)

Mike Stucker, Historian

This Week in Racing History
Michael Stucker

November 20
F1 and endurance racer Stefan Bellof born (1957).

Ross Brawn, Mercedes GP, Technical Director
Ross Brawn, Mercedes GP, Technical Director

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November 21
F1 racer Jacque Laffite born in Paris, France (1943).

November 22
Lloyd Ruby, driving a Halibrand-Offy, wins the USAC Championship race on the oval at Phoenix, Arizona, USA (1964).

November 23
Peter Revson wins the World Challenge Cup, a race for Group 7 cars on the Mount Fuji circuit near Tokyo, Japan (1968).

November 24
Engineer and Mercedes F1 Team Pricipal Ross Brawn born in Manchester, England (1954).

November 25
Gaston Chevrolet killed in National Championship race at Beverly Hills, California (1920).

November 26
Louis Wagner drives his Benz to victory in the first American Grand Prize race, in Savanah, Georgia (1908).

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Series History
Drivers Ross Brawn , Louis Wagner , Lloyd Ruby , Stefan Bellof , Peter Revson
Tags bellof, brawn, chevrolet, laffite, revson, stucker, wagnerruby