This Week in Racing History (September 9-15)

This Week in Racing History
Michael Stucker

September 9
Darran Lindsey dies in an accident during practice for the Killalane motorcycle road race in County Dublin, Ireland (2006).

September 10
Allan McNish and Dindo Capello drive an Audi R8 to victory in the ALMS race at Portland International Raceway in Portland, Oregon, USA (2000).

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September 11
Gerhard Berger drives a Ferrari F1/88C to victory in the Italian Grand Prix at Monza (1988).

September 12
NASCAR stock car driver Ricky Rudd born (1956).

September 13
Mark Donohue announces he is coming out of retirement to race in Formula One for Penske Racing (1974).

September 14
Denny Hulme and Bruce McLaren drive their Team McLaren M8B- Chevrolets to 1-2 finish in the Can-Am race at Bridgehampton, New York, USA (1969).

September 15
Giacomo Agostini rides an MV Agusta to victory in the Italian Grand Prix for 500cc motorcycles at Monza (1968).

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Series Vintage
Drivers Allan McNish , Gerhard Berger , Denny Hulme , Bruce McLaren , Giacomo Agostini , Dindo Capello , Mark Donohue
Teams Team Penske
Article type Special feature
Tags agostini, audi, berger, capello, chevrolet, donohue, ferrari, history, hulme, lindsey, mclaren, mcnish, monza, penske, rudd, stucker