December 12, 1960 | Alfred Wright
In its seventh year, Bahamas Speed Week enjoyed its best racing yet. Most responsible for this success is big Red Crise, an American who says: 'I'm not a peaceable man'
August 10, 1959
Tony Brooks, 27, auto-racing dentist from England, pushed his Ferarri up to an average 143.5 mph over a wet and treacherous track in West Berlin, beat American Dan Gurney in 309.5-mile Grand Prix of Germany.
March 16, 1959 | Kenneth Rudeen
THE QUESTION: Do you think professionals should be allowed to compete with amateurs in sports car racing? (Asked of members of t
June 30, 1958 | Jimmy Jemail
DR. RICHARD THOMPSON JR.Washington, D.C.Yes, to raise the quality of racing. Amateur drivers have gotten to the point where, to improve their efficiency, they must drive more often than their finances will allow....
November 25, 1957 | Kenneth Rudeen
Jim Bryan, that is. And Phoenix saw him win the 1957 U.S. driving championship in thrilling style