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April 05, 1965 | Hugh Whall
Italy's magnificent Ferraris were challenged in the foremost U.S. sports car race by Chaparrals and Fords. This time the challenge succeeded—Jim Hall's Chaparral splashed in first and Fords won major prizes
March 22, 1965 | Bob Ottum
The driver sprints to his car, jumps in and, with 60 other racers careening about him, embarks upon the 12 Hours of Sebring. Once around the clock goes that fierce parade, wailing through the Florida day and stabbing...
March 15, 1965
A ski invasion by French and Austrian national teams brings to Vail, Colo. the year's biggest Alpine meet—an exciting test of America's racing progress. Dan Jenkins reports.
June 01, 1964 | Sidney L. James
It is a curious fact that in this, the most motorized country on earth, a good share of us think of automobile racing as "somebody else's sport." Many a man privy to the mysteries of that most intricate game,...
May 04, 1964 | Paul Stewart
At the Sebring, Fla. 12-hour endurance race this spring, knowledgeable spectators, as well as some of the drivers, wore wide-brimmed Stetsons and club blazers, usually with a Le Mans souvenir 24 silk-print tie or...