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  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    finished 24th overall

  • Bridgehampton Double 500

    Bridgehampton Double 500

    Car number 64, a Chevrolet Corvette C1 driven by Stan Sherman, did not finish, car number 90, a Scarab Mk IV driven by Walter Hansgen, was the winner, car number 96, a Shelby Cobra driven by Bob Johnson, finished seventh in the Bridgehampton Double 500 on September 20, 1964.

  • Bridgehampton Double 500

    Bridgehampton Double 500

    Car number 90, a mid-engined Scarab Mk IV driven by Walter Hansgen that finished first, leads car number 94, a Shelby Cobra that finished eleventh, in the Bridgehampton Double 500 on September 20, 1964.

  • Bridgehampton Double 500

    Bridgehampton Double 500

    Car number 81, a Ferrari 275 P driven by Pedro Rodriguez that finished second, leads car number 90, a Scarab Mk IV driven by Walt Hansgen that was the winner, in the Bridgehampton Double 500 on September 20, 1964.

  • Bridgehampton Double 500

    Bridgehampton Double 500

    Car number 81, a Ferrari 275 P driven by Pedro Rodriguez that finished second, leads car number 90, a Scarab Mk IV driven by Walt Hansgen that was the winner, in the Bridgehampton Double 500 on September 20, 1964. Car number 99, a Shelby Cobra driven by Ed Leslie trails but did not finish.

  • Bridgehampton Double 500

    Bridgehampton Double 500

    Car number 90 in the pits, a Scarab driven by Walt Hansgen, was the winner at the Bridgehampton Double 500 on September 20, 1964.

  • Bridgehampton Double 500

    Bridgehampton Double 500

    Car number 90, a Scarab Mk IV driven by Walt Hansgen, was the winner in the Bridgehampton Double 500 on September 20, 1964.

  • Bridgehampton Double 500

    Bridgehampton Double 500

    Car number 86, a Cooper Monaco T61 driven by Sherman Decker, finished twelfth, car number 65, a Shelby Cobra driven by Pete Harrison finished ninth, car number 81, a Ferrari 275 P driven by Pedro Rodriguez, finished second and car number 90, a Scarab Mk IV driven by Walter Hansgen, was the winner, in the Bridgehampton Double 500 on September 20, 1964.

  • Bridgehampton Double 500

    Bridgehampton Double 500

    Car number 86, a Cooper Monaco T61 driven by Sherman Decker, finished twelfth, car number 81, a Ferrari 275 P driven by Pedro Rodriguez, finished second, car number 90, a Scarab Mk IV driven by Walter Hansgen, was the winner, and car number 77, a Ferrari Dino 196 SP driven by Stephen A. McClellan, Jr, finished thirteenth in the Bridgehampton Double 500 on September 20, 1964.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 22, an Autocoast Ti 22 driven by Jackie Oliver, finished thirteenth in the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 3, a McLaren M8B driven Chris Amon, did not finish (broken differential) in the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 4, a McLaren M8B driven by Bruce McLaren, enters Turn 9. Car number 4 was the winner in the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 5, a McLaren M8B driven by Denny Hulme, finished second, car number 4, a McLaren M8B driven by Bruce McLaren was the winner, car number 31, a Lola T163 driven by Peter Revson, did not finish (engine failure) in the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 5, a McLaren M8B driven by Denny Hulme, finished second in the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 48, a McLaren M6B driven by Dan Gurney, did not finish in the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969. Mr. Gurney is standing just beyond the wing of his car.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Lower left corner: Tyler Alexander. Upper left corner: Teddy Mayer. To the right: Denny Hulme. Seated in car Bruce McLaren. Bruce McLaren drove car number 4, a McLaren M8B, to win the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 4, a McLaren M8B driven by Bruce McLaren, was the winner and car number 5, a McLaren M8B driven by Denny Hulme, finished second in the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 73, a Lola T70 Mk II driven by John Williamson, did not finish (black flagged, too slow), car number 22, an Autocoast Ti 22 Mk I driven by Jackie Oliver, finished thirteenth in the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 4, a McLaren M8B driven by Bruce McLaren, was the winner and car number 5, also a McLaren M8B driven by Denny Hulme, finished second in the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 3, a McLaren M8B driven Chris Amon, did not finish (broken differential) in the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 98, a McLaren M12 driven by George Eaton, did not finish the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 48, a McLaren M6B driven by Dan Gurney, did not finish in the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969. Mr. Gurney is standing just beyond the wing of his car.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 3 whose nose decal is coming off, a McLaren M8B driven by Chris Amon, did not finish, car number 4, a McLaren M8B driven by Bruce McLaren, was the winner, and car number 5, a McLaren M8B driven by Denny Hulme, finished second in the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Bruce McLaren drove car number 4, a McLaren M8B, to win the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 0, a Porsche 917 PA driven by Jo Siffert, leads car number 4, a McLaren M8B driven by Bruce McLaren. Number 0 finished fifth and number 4 was the winner in the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 98, a McLaren M12 driven by George Eaton, did not finish the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 4, a McLaren M8B driven by Bruce McLaren, enters Turn 9. Car number 4 was the winner in the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 5, a McLaren M8B driven by Denny Hulme, leads car number 18, a McLaren Elva Mk III driven by Kris Harrison. Car number 5 finished second and car number 18 finished fourteenth in the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 4, a McLaren M8B driven by Bruce McLaren, was winner in the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 3 whose nose decal is coming off, a McLaren M8B driven by Chris Amon, did not finish, car number 4, a McLaren M8B driven by Bruce McLaren, was the winner, and car number 5, a McLaren M8B driven by Denny Hulme, finished second in the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Crew pushes car number 7, a Chaparral 2H driven by John Surtees, backwards to the grid in the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969. Number 7 did not start.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 3, a McLaren M8B driven by Chris Amon, in Turn 9. The car’s #3 decal is peeling off the nose. Car number 3 did not finish the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 5, a McLaren M8B driven by Denny Hulme, leads car number 4, a McLaren M8B driven by Bruce McLaren in the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969. Number 4 was the winner and number 5 finished second.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 48, a McLaren M6B driven by Dan Gurney, did not finish in the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969. Mr. Gurney is standing just beyond the wing of his car.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 3, a McLaren M8B driven by Chris Amon, did not finish (broken differential) in the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 98, a McLaren M12 driven by George Eaton, exiting Turn 9, did not finish the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 4, a McLaren M8B driven by Bruce McLaren entering Turn 9, was the winner in the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969.

  • Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix

    Car number 5, a McLaren M8B driven by Denny Hulme, finished second in the Can-Am Monterey Grand Prix on October 12, 1969.

  • Spa 1000 km 

    Spa 1000 km 

    Mike Spence and Phil Hill drive a Chaparral 2F at Spa 1000 km on May 1, 1967.

  • Spa 1000 km 

    Spa 1000 km 

    Mike Spence and Phil Hill drive a Chaparral 2F at Spa 1000km on May 1, 1967.