This Week in Racing History
Richie Ginther, who would give Honda their first F1 win, is born in Los Angeles, California, USA (1930).
Allan McNish and Dindo Capello drive an Audi R8 to victory in the ALMS race at Mosport Park near Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada (2000).
Brian Redman drives a Lola T332C-Chevrolet to victory in the SCCA F5000 Championship race on the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio, USA (1976).
F1 and CART champion Nigel Mansell born (1953).
Nelson Piquet, driving a Williams-Honda FW11B, wins the Hungarian Grand Prix on the Hungaroring (1987).
After 16,000 km and exactly two months, the Italia of Prince Scipione Borghese, mechanic Ettore Guizzardi, and journalist Luigi Barzini arrives in Paris, France, to win the Paris-Peking race (1907).
Jo Siffert drives the Hart Ski Porsche 910 to victory in the GT race at Hockenheim, West Germany (1968).
Keith Wiggins and HVM Racing develop one-stop shop for Lola parts
Silverstone Classic is rich in motor sports history
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|Drivers||Allan McNish , Nigel Mansell , Nelson Piquet , Brian Redman , Bob Heath , Dindo Capello|
|Article type||Special feature|