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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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





Historic NASCAR Stock Cars at 2010 Monterey Historics
Historic Stock Cars at the 2010 Monterey Historic Automobile races.





1963 LA Times Grand Prix - Winner Dave MacDonald in Shelby King Cobra CM/1/63
Dave MacDonald recorded the Shelby King Cobra's first-ever win as he piloted CM/1/63 to victory in the 1963 LA Times Grand Prix at Riverside International Raceway. Race sponsors attracted the world's finest cars and drivers to this event by offering a record purse - including a sparkling new 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix to the winner. A record 85,000 fans packed the Riverside track to witness So Cal local Dave MacDonald dominate the star-studded international field. Racing champions AJ Foyt, Jimmy Clark, Rodger Ward, Parnelli Jones, Graham Hill, Jim Hall, Pedro Rodriguez, Dan Gurney, Bob Bondurant, John Surtees, Roger Penske, Roy Salvadori, Billy Krause, Dick Thompson, Walt Hansgen, Lloyd Ruby, Augie Pabst, Richie Ginther, Don Wester, Frank Monise, Bob Holbert and more were no match for Dave that day as he won in spectacular fashion - finishing 1+ laps ahead of the entire 31 car field. 1962 Times GP winner Roger Penske (USA) finished 2nd, Pedro Rodriquez (Mexico) 3rd, John Surtees (England) 4th and 1963 World Driving Champion Jimmy Clark (Scotland) rounded out the top 5 in a Lotus. This was the first win for Shelby’s King Cobras




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