Dan Gurney "The Original Ringer" on TNT Pride of NASCAR

Dan Gurney feature on TNT's Pride of NASCAR segment NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Save Mart 350 Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, California.

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1965 Riverside 500 Stock Car Race
New 1965 Model Ford Galaxie 500 debut at the first race of the year on the road course in California with Dan Gurney, Ned Jarrett, A.J. Foyt, Parnelli Jones, Fred Lorenzen, Marvin Panch, Junior Johnson, and more.





DAN GURNEY LEGEND- "Red Barchetta"/ 'Rush'
A montage of color film and photos of the greatest race car driver to ever drive. The only driver to win in all major forms of Auto racing, Indy Car, Formula One( first American to win and he built his own car), Winston Cup Stock Cars, Trans Am, and Le Mans ( first American).





RACER with Dan Gurney and AJ Foyt on Le Mans 1967
RACER Magazine gets an exclusive invitation to sit with two of motor racing's biggest legends, Dan Gurney and A.J. Foyt, as the winners of the 1967 24 Hours of Le Mans celebrate the 50th anniversary of the amazing achievement with Ford and the iconic GT40. Subscribe to The Racer Channel here: http://www.youtube.com/theracerchannel?sub_confirmation=1 Visit The RACER Channel for more video: http://www.youtube.com/TheRacerChannel Connect with RACER Online: Visit RACER.com for daily racing news: http://www.racer.com RACER on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/RACERmagazine RACER on Twitter: http://twitter.com/racermag





Dan Gurney: All American Racer - Triumph from Tragedy (episode 4) presented by Bell Helmets
Gurney was one of the greatest drivers, innovators, thinkers, that America has produced. He remains the only American team owner to win a Formula 1 Grand Prix in his own car, and RACER's Robin Miller took the opportunity to accompany Gurney down the hallway of the All American Racing workshop in Santa Ana, California, and ask him for the stories behind some of the many hundreds of photos on the walls. The result is a six-episode series giving some insight into the genial gentleman -- and gentle man -- who turned All American Racing into a winner on both sides of the Atlantic. In this fourth episode, Dan tells Robin about his final season as a driver, when he took over Bruce McLaren's M8D Can-Am car following the team founder's death. Dan being Dan, of course, he won -- but only after a battle with Jackie Oliver's more powerful Autocoast Ti22, and a very near miss... This video is presented by Bell Helmets. The famously simple logo that became simply famous did so almost subconsciously. Just as, when you purchase a car, the number of similar examples you see on the road seemingly multiplies, once you start looking for Bell logos, you spot them everywhere, be they in frayed and sepia-tinted monochrome, in early glorious and classic Technicolor or embedded in the wild colorschemes on helmets of today. But Bell's link up with Gurney is closer than that. The man who famously used to wrap a hotel handtowel around the lower part of his face to protect himself from the elements and debris was perhaps the natural choice to embrace the concept of a full-face helmet. Bell produced its first full-face motorcycle helmet in 1966, and Dan leapt at the chance to use one, debuting an all-black example in the 1968 Indy 500. Three years later, everyone who started the "500" was wearing Bell. Enjoy this fourth episode of Dan Gurney: All American Racer, produced by Adam Friedman's Vertical Ascent for RACER. More will follow on consecutive Tuesdays through May and early June.




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