This Week in Racing History (March 14-20).

This Week in Racing History Michael Stucker www.vintageRPM.com March 14 The National Hot Road Association (NHRA) is officially incorporated (1951). March 15 Ayrton Senna wins his first Formula Ford race, at Brands Hatch, England...

This Week in Racing History
Michael Stucker
www.vintageRPM.com

March 14
The National Hot Road Association (NHRA) is officially incorporated (1951).

March 15
Ayrton Senna wins his first Formula Ford race, at Brands Hatch, England (1981).

March 16
Wayne Taylor, Jim Pace, and Eric van de Poole drive an Oldmobile-powered R&S MkIII WSC to victory in the 12-Hours of Sebring in Florida, USA (1996).

March 17
Bill Elliot wins the NASCAR Winston Cup race at Atlanta, Georgia, USA, in a Ford Thunderbird (1985).

March 18
Trans-Am, Can-Am, and Indy 500 champion Mark Donohue born (1937).

March 19
Emerson Fittipaldi drives a Lotus 72 to victory in the Race of Champions at Brands Hatch, England (1972).

March 20
AAR Eagle-Toyota MkIIIs finish 1-2 in the 12-Hours of Sebring. Juan M. Fangio II and Andy Wallace beating teammates P.J. Jones and Rocky Moran (1993).

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Series Vintage
Drivers Andy Wallace , Wayne Taylor , Ayrton Senna , P.J. Jones , Emerson Fittipaldi , Jim Pace , Rocky Moran , Mark Donohue