This Week in Racing History
Jackie Ickx and Brian Redman drive a Gulf Mirage M1 to victory in the Rand 9 Hours race at Kyamlami, South Africa (1967).
Grand Prix and Le Mans winner Louis Rosier born in Chapdes- Beaufort, France (1905).
Stock car and sports car racer Dick Hutcherson dies from a heart attack at age 73 (2005).
Jimmy Bryan, driving an Offenhauser-powered Kuzma, wins the AAA Championship race at Phoenix, Arizona, USA (1954).
Lotus team driver Peter Arundel born in Ilford, Essex, England (1933).
Claude Ballot-Lena dies from cancer. He won the 1984 24 Hours of Daytona and 24 Hours of Spa and was one of the first Europeans to race NASCAR Winston Cup (1999).
Rally driver Markko Martin born (1975).
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|Drivers||Dick Hutcherson , Jacky Ickx , Brian Redman , Claude Ballot-Léna , Peter Arundell , David Richards , Markko Martin|