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December 21, 1959 | Alfred Wright
At the Sebring Grand Prix, Jack Brabham finally clinched his world championship of race driving—even shoving his car the final 400 yards in a gesture of gallantry
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.
July 13, 1959
Maria Pilar Roldan, 19, dark-haired Mexican beauty, displayed perfect form, parried and thrust her way to upset of veteran Maxine Mitchell, became first non-American to win U.S. women's foil title at Los Angeles.
March 24, 1958 | Kenneth Rudeen
June 03, 1957