The Spa 1000 km WEC race is won by Bob Wolleck, Mauroi Baldi, and Ricardo Patrese in a Lancia LC2-85 (1985).
Indy car racer Robbie Buhl is born in Detroit, Michigan (1965).
Barbara Skinner wins the MAC Ladies Cup at the Shelsley Walsh Hillclimb (1932).
Jochen Mass and Jackie Ickx drive a Porsche 936 to victory in the 500 Km of Dijon-Prenois race in France (1976).
New Zealand racer Rob Wilson is born in Auckland (1952).
Eddie Perkin and Arthur Smith drive a Volkswagen to victory in the Mobil Gas Trial Rally from Sydney to Melbourne in Australia (1958).
Racer and rally driver Barrie Williams, who’s 1964 Wales Rally win was the first international victory for a Mini Cooper S, dies at age 79 (2018).
Ralph Kent-Cooke, team owner (Cooke Racing and Cooke-Woods Racing) and Le Mans participant, dies of liver failure at the age of 58 in Lexington, Kentucky (1995).
Jackie Ickx wins the Limborg Trophy touring car race in Belgium driving a Ford Mustang (1965).
Bruce Leven, racer and owner of the Bayside Disposal Racing Team, dies at age 78 (2017).
Niki Lauda, driving an Alfa Romeo-powered Brabham BT48, wins the non-championship Gran Premio di Dino Ferrari at Imola, Italy (1979).
Derek Warwick and John Fitzpatrick win the Brands Hatch 1000 km European Endurance Championship race in a JDavid Porsche 956 (1983).
John Surtees drives a Lola T70 MkII spider to victory in the CSCC sports car race at Mont-Tremblant in St. Jovite, Quebec, Canada (1965).
British industrialist and F1 racer Kenneth McAlpine OBE DL is born (1920).
Lola Cars International Ltd. founder Eric Broadley is born in Bromley, Kent, England (1928).
Nigel Mansell captures his ninth F1 pole (at Portugal), breaking Ayrton Senna’s single-season record (1992).
Erwin Kremer, one of the brothers who founded the Kremer racing team, dies at age 69 (2006).
The Porsche 935 of Jurgen Barth and Henri Pescarolo wins the Dijon 1000 km race (1980).
Elliott Forbes-Robinson drives a Spyder-Chevy to victory in the SCCA Can-Am race at Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada (1978).