anno domini Spaz1966

1. Race car- GT 40

2. Rock and Roll -


3. Movie -

f-1 champ-Australian Jack Brabham won the 1966 World Championship of Drivers

Rally- Down in the desert Baja- 10:00 pm on April 19, 1967. With journalist from Road & Track magazine following the two to witness the attempt, the final official time was 34:45 in a Meyer’s Manx.



Indy 500-…

Monte Carlo rally- Thank You Wikipedia-…

1966 controversy[edit]

The 1966 event was the most controversial in the history of the Rally. The first four finishers, driving three Mini-Coopers, Timo Mäkinen, Rauno Aaltonen and Paddy Hopkirk, and Roger Clark’s 4th-placed Ford Cortina “were excluded for having iodine vapour, single filament bulbs in their standard headlamps instead of double-filament dipping bulbs.” [3] This elevated Pauli Toivonen (Citroën ID) into first place overall. Rosemary Smith (Hillman Imp) was also disqualified from sixth place, after winning the Coupe des Dames, the ladies’ class. In all, ten cars were disqualified.[4]The controversy that followed damaged the credibility of the event.[5] The headline in Motor Sport: “The Monte Carlo Fiasco.”


Monaco Grand Prix…

Favorite Hot Rod? Well, my Dad had one so no contest.

It wasn’t the Charger.

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