Driver histories dating back to the late 1800s. There are currently 3269 driver records in our database.
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1903 - 1986
1910 - 1974
1917 - 2009
1923 - 1982
1925 - 1999
1943 - 2009
1872 - 1957
1887 - 1955
1922 - 1987
Interesting and notable events from the history of motor sport.
Daytona Beach NASCAR Grand National Race on the beach and road course, won by Marshall Teague in a Hudson Hornet. READ MORE
New Smyrna Beach Speed Week feature race won by Paul Goldsmith in a factory entered race-prepared Corvette READ MORE
Marshall Teague sets a then unofficial closed course speed record of 171.821 mph. He died the next day in a qualifying run.
2nd American Challenge Cup at Daytona Beach, Florida, won by Fireball Roberts
Daytona Beach, Florida. The 10 lap NASCAR Race of Champions won by Fred Lorenzen in a Ford at an average speed of 163.29 mph.
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