This Week in Racing History (September 5-11)

This Week in Racing History Michael Stucker September 5 Jackie Ickx and Jochen Mass drive a Rothmans Porsche 956 to victory in the Spa 1000K race in Belgium. Porsche wins the World Endurance Championship manufacturers title (1982). September...

This Week in Racing History
Michael Stucker

September 5
Jackie Ickx and Jochen Mass drive a Rothmans Porsche 956 to victory in the Spa 1000K race in Belgium. Porsche wins the World Endurance Championship manufacturers title (1982).

September 6
Kenny Bernstein, the first driver to win both NHRA Top Fuel and Funny Car titles, born (1944).

September 7
Clay Regazzoni wins the Italian Grand Prix at Monza in a Ferrari 312T (1975).

September 8
Tazio Nuvolari, driving an Auto Union, wins the Grand Prix of Belgrade, the last Grand Prix held before the start of WWII (1939).

September 9
Harold Huysman wins the Bosch-VW Super Vee race at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, USA (1989).

September 10
The first Maserati Tipo 60 "Birdcage" is completed (1959).

September 11
At Langhorne, Pennsylvania, USA, Curtis Turner wins his first NASCAR stockcar race (1949).

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Series History
Drivers Kenny Bernstein , Jochen Mass , Clay Regazzoni , Tazio Nuvolari