While Penske Racing is currently one of the leading NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series operations with drivers Ryan Newman and Kurt Busch, team owner Roger Penske has a long heritage in NASCAR. Penske won in his only NASCAR race as a driver, in 1963, and he also won NEXTEL Cup Series races with drivers Mark Donohue and Bobby Allison. After leaving stock cars in 1977, Penske Racing returned for two races in 1980, with Rusty Wallace finishing second in his first NASCAR race. That set the foundation for Penske South and Wallace joining NASCAR in 1991.
Trans Am racing 1970
Recently restored footage of a film called Trans Am Countdown made in 1970
showcasing the Javelin AMC race team with Mark Donohue and Rodger Pensky
Look at the clarity and color of this film even with major compression on
the web this looks fantastic like it was shot yesterday this come from the
original NEG and he complete film is available at www.carfilms.com on DVD
A visit at the Penske Racing Facility in Moresville NC
1968 Penske Camaro Race Car
This 1968 Penske Camaro
Race Car was driven Mark Donohue. Mark was the first driver engineer to get
into custom suspension and handling in extreme sport racing. Winning the
Indianapolis 500 in 1972. Together Mark and Penske took racing to the next
Roger Penske's Racing History - Part 2
Part 2: Before becoming a winner in Indy Car and NASCAR competition, Penske
Racing dominated the American sports car scene. In this installment, Roger
Penske laid the foundation for his race team by hiring Mark Donohue. The
pair won the 1969 Rolex 24 At Daytona and captured USRRC, Trans-Am and
Can-Am championships, paving the way for Penske Racing's move into Indy Car
and NASCAR. See more at www.alltelracing.com
Penske History 4: An Indianapolis Legend
While Mark Donohue returned to run only one more Indianapolis 500 after his
victory in the 1972 classic, car owner Roger Penske was hooked. He went on
to build the greatest legacy in the history of the Memorial Day weekend
race. Following in Donohue's footsteps were Tom Sneva, Rick Mears, Al and
Bobby Unser and Danny Sullivan. Penske Racing enjoyed the greatest showing
by a team in the 1988 classic, when the team put three of its drivers on
the front row, and then scored a 1-2-3 sweep in the race after leading 192
of the 200 laps. See more at www.alltelracing.com
Penske History 3: The Road Leads to Indy
After enjoying success in various sports car series, Roger Penske's
attention turned to Indy Cars when driver Mark Donohue was invited to drive
in a race by a leading team. While Penske made Donohue decline, he
purchased an Indy Car. Donohue went on to win Rookie of the Year honors at
Indianapolis in 1969 and won the 1972 Indianapolis 500 — the first of 14
triumphs at the Brickyard for Penske Racing. See more at
Nascar crash compilation Volume 1
I Greattly respect the owner/s of the sountracks and take no credits for
all comments about nascar sucks F1 is much better and bla bla bla. WILL be
and those hate mails about rednecks suck! not true... Rednecks ROCK!
They're the only one who like NASCAR. so all of you yanls go home, and
watch the crappy open wheels, cars who get destroyed by a small touch, just
some bad engineering!
THIS IS NOT MY VIDEO. AND I'LL NOT TAKE ANY CREDITS FOR IT.
10 min of Total nascar crashes
non fatal crash
#1. Kenny wayne sheppard - Alive
#2. Foghat - Slow Ride
#3. Edgar Winter - Come On And Take A Free Ride
You're not able to vote on comments, because many people just gave it a bad
vote, while they had nice things to say.
so they who voted bad, burn in hell.
This video was posted on Crashin.nu a long time ago, so it's not a big
´chance to get it in High Quality
How stubid people are.
"Nascar/F1 are both shite. Its best if they all die. its more fun. Now
delete my comment."