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May 17, 1971
AUTO RACING—MARK DONOHUE drove a Javelin to victory in the 200-mile Trans-Am at Lime Rock Park in Connecticut through a downpour lasting the entire two hours, 39 minutes of the race. He averaged 75.041 mph.
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AUTO RACING—The 12 Hours of Sebring went to PORSCHE again as VIC ELFORD of England and GERARD LARROUSSE of France drove a 917K a record 260 laps at an average of 112.5 mph (page 16).
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Who is this Carlos Monzón? Does he really deserve to be in the same ring with that handsome hero, Nino Benvenuti? For pizza's sake, can anyone beat Nino in Rome? Italian fans got all the answers last Saturday