This Week in Racing History (September 8-14)

People in this week in racing history include: Stirling Moss, Jeff "Hollywood" Hammond, Jim Richards, Mark Skaife, Johnny Herrera, Jackie Stewart, Tony Dean, Achim Warmbold and Jean Todt.

This Week in Racing History
Michael Stucker

September 8
Stirling Moss drives a Vanwall to victory in the Italian Grand Prix, at Monza (1957).

Jackie Stewart
Jackie Stewart

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September 9
Jeff "Hollywood" Hammond, NASCAR crew chief, team owner, and TV commentator, is born (1956).

September 10
Jim Richards and Mark Skaife win the Sandown 500 at Sandown Park in Victoria, Australia, in a Nissan Skyline (1989).

September 11
Sprint car driver Johnny Herrera is born (1966).

September 12
Jackie Stewart garners his first Grand Prix victory when he wins the Italian Grand Prix at Monza driving a BRM (1965).

September 13
Porsche wins their first Can-Am race when Tony Dean drives his 908 to victory at Road Atlanta in Brazelton, Georgia, USA (1970).

September 14
The BMW 2002i of Achim Warmbold and Jean Todt wins the Rally Australia (1973).

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Series History
Drivers Jackie Stewart , Stirling Moss , Jim Richards , Mark Skaife , Jean Todt , Johnny Herrera
Article type Special feature
Tags dean, hammond, herrera, history, moss, richards, skaife, stewart, todt, warmbold