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October 09, 1967 | Bob Ottum
Records for pace, purse and people fell in upstate New York as Scotland's masterful Jimmy Clark (above) sped to victory in the U.S. Grand Prix and kept a world-championship duel going for another three weeks
June 26, 1967 | Bob Ottum
Following his Le Mans triumph, Dan Gurney (left) won even sweeter victory in the Belgian Grand Prix with his star-spangled Eagle car
May 29, 1967
At his Indianapolis 500 baptism last year the artist Bob Stanley crouched down near the first turn, cocked a look at the onrushing cars—and just missed getting his head taken off by a flying wheel. He returned to his...
April 17, 1967 | Kim Chapin
It is generally agreed that the proudest product of this century is the modern motorcar. There are now about 80 million cars in the U.S. alone, and the number is increased by nearly eight million each year. Clearly...
April 10, 1967
NO CHANCESirs:May I compliment Frank Deford on his articles on the NCAA basketball tournament. Not only did he point out the strong and weak teams in the tournament, but he also pointed out that NCAA now stands for...