This Week in Racing History (September 5-11)

This Week in Racing History Michael Stucker www.vintageRPM.com September 5 Juan Montoya wins the CART Molson Indy Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada (1999). September 6 Phil Hill drives a Jaguar XK120C to victory in the SCCA National ...

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

September 5
Juan Montoya wins the CART Molson Indy Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada (1999).

September 6
Phil Hill drives a Jaguar XK120C to victory in the SCCA National sports car race at Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, USA (1952).

September 7
Jackie Stewart, driving a Matra-Ford, wins the Italian Grand Prix at Monza and cliches his first F1 World Driving title (1969).

September 8
Herbert Muller drives the Martini Racing Porsche 917/30 to victory in the Redlefsen Super Sprint Interserie event on the Nurburgring in West Germany (1974).

September 9
Bill "Vuky" Vukovich wins the 40-lap main sprint race at Bonelli Stadium near Los Angeles, California, USA (1945).

September 10
Giuseppe Campari, Baconin Borzacchini, and Count Stanislas Czaykowski are killed in two separate incidents during the Italian Grand Prix at Monza. The event is won by Luigi Fagioli in an Alfa Romeo Type B/P3 (1933).

September 11
Tomas Enge, sports car and Indy car racer, who was stripped of the 2002 F3000 title after testing positive for marijuana, born in Liberec City, Czechoslovakia (1976).

Write a comment
Show comments
About this article
Series Vintage
Drivers Tomas Enge , Jackie Stewart , Phil Hill , Herbert Muller