This Week in Racing History (January 2-8)

This Week in Racing History January 2 - Walter Sobraske, machinist for Miller, Schofield, Offenhauser, and Meyer & Drake (later shop forman), born in West Virgiania (1901). January 4 - Graeme Lawrence drives a Ferrari...

This Week in Racing History

January 2 - Walter Sobraske, machinist for Miller, Schofield, Offenhauser, and Meyer & Drake (later shop forman), born in West Virgiania (1901).

January 4 - Graeme Lawrence drives a Ferrari Dino 246 to victory in Tasman Cup race at Levin, New Zealand (1970).

January 6 - Pat Flaherty born (1926).

January 7 - Honda announces that, starting in 1994, they will become an engine supplier in the CART PPG World Series (1993).

January 8 - Dick LaHaie born (1942).

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Drivers Dick LaHaie , Pat Flaherty