This Week in Racing History (January 30-February 5)

This Week in Racing History January 30 - First Shelby Cobra prototype runs at Silverstone, England (1962). January 31 - CSI officially homologates the Ferrari 512S for international endurance racing...

This Week in Racing History

January 30 - First Shelby Cobra prototype runs at Silverstone, England (1962).

January 31 - CSI officially homologates the Ferrari 512S for international endurance racing (1970).

February 2 - Dragracer Ed "The Ace" McCulloch born (1942).

- Ferrari 412T1 F1 racer unveiled (1994).

February 3 - Art Christman makes the first sub-10 second (9.40) run on a 1/4-mile dragstrip (1953).

- Jim Hall wins the first United States Road Racing Championship race, at Daytona, Florida, USA (1963).

- Jamie Galles born (1972).

February 4 - Sportscar racer Charles Morgan born (1943).

February 5 - NASCAR stockcar racer Darrell Waltrip born (1947).

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Drivers Darrell Waltrip , Charles Morgan