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July 16, 1956 | Kenneth Rudeen
Porsches won the day, but race fans at Beverly will not find it easy to forget the roar of the TEXAN TORNADO
Road America's big weekend produced bad luck for Brigg Cunningham, fast action for onlookers and triumph for a FLYING TEXAN
July 02, 1956
For thousands of spectators it was a colorful sporting weekend. For Carroll Shelby, the lean Texan who affects bibbed overalls, it was a victorious weekend. But for Millionnaire Sportsman Briggs Cunningham the Sports...
IN THE INAUGURAL EVENT AT THE GREAT NEW ROAD AMERICA COURSE IN WISCONSIN, HILL AND JOHNSTON STAGED A CLASSIC DRIVING DUEL
September 19, 1955 | John Bentley
It was the final lap of the 148-mile feature race held on Road America—a brand-new black-top sports car race circuit weaving through the rolling hills of Wisconsin's kettle moraine country near Elkhart Lake which...
THE CUMBERLAND CLASSIC KICKS OFF THE EASTERN SEASON WITH ELEVEN RACES FOR 272 DRIVERS, AMERICA'S BIGGEST EVENT EVER
May 23, 1955 | John Bentley
Into the bustling, rain-soaked railroad junction town of Cumberland, Md. (pop. 37,000) there descended last weekend an automotive avalanche unparalleled in the postwar history of American sports car racing. Lashed on...