Ted Horn won the AAA Eastern Sprint Car race at the Williams Grove Speedway,Mechanicsburg, PA.
Spider Webb won the AAA Sprint Car race at the Salem Speedway, Salem, IN.
Johnny Kay won the AAA Midget race at the Lafayette Stadium, Lafayette,IN.
Johnny Thomson won the AAA Midget race at the Freeport Speedway, Freeport,NY.
Dick Frazier won the NASCAR Champ Car race over Ralph Liguori and Buck Baker at the Hickory Motor Speedway, Hickory, NC.
Leon DeRock won the IMCA Sprint Car race at the Nodak Speedway, Minot, ND.
Mike Magill won the URC Sprint Car race at the Orange County Fair Speedway, Middletown, NY.
Bert Brooks won the NEMA Midget race at the Westboro Speedway, Westboro, MA.
Jimmy Knight won the AAA Midget race at the Indianapolis Speedrome, Indianapolis, IN.
Len Duncan won the AAA Midget race at the Reading Fairgrounds, Reading,PA.
Bob Sweikert won the AAA Sprint Car race at the Salem Speedway, Salem, IN.
Buzz Barton won the IMCA Sprint Car race at the Winchester Speedway, Winchester, IN.
Len Duncan won the ARDC Midget race at the Vineland Speedway, Vineland,NJ.
Ed Flemke won the 50-lap United Stock Car Racing Club main event of the previous week that had been rained out and, Gene Bergin won the scheduled 100-lap Independence Classic at the Riverside Park Speedway, Agawam, MA.
Jack Murphy won the Modified Stock Car race at the Monroe County Fairgrounds, Rochester, NY.
Wayne Alspaugh won the 30-lap All-American Racing Club Sprint Car race at the Berlin Speedway, Grand Rapids, MI. Johnny Roberts finished second followed by Pete Folse, Jim Nelson, Johnny White, Bill Wiltse, Dick Carter, Jim Hemmings and Bud Tingelstad.
Johnny Mackison won the 25-lap NASCAR Class "A" Sportsman Stock Car race over Buzz Wilson at the Williams Grove Speedway, Williams Grove, PA.
Gig Stephens won the ARDC Midget race at the Wall Township Speedway, Belmar,NJ.
Hank Rogers won the URC Sprint Car race at the Lincoln Speedway, Hanover,PA. Bill Holland was second followed by Lou Johnson, Dave Humphrey and Hal Rettberg.
Chuck Rodee won the 50 lap USAC Midget race at the Kil-Kare Speedway, Xenia,OH.
Gene Hartley won the USAC Midget race at the Springfield Speedway, Springfield,IL.
Johnny Benson Jr. ... Born ... NASCAR driver and the son of former Michigan modified driver John Benson Sr. His career highlighs include 1993 American Speed Association AC-Delco Challenge series championship in 1993, The 1995 Busch Series championship, and The 1996 Winston Cup NASCAR Rookie of the Year award.
Don Horvath won the USAC Midget race at the Ascot Park Speedway, Gardena, CA.
Lee Osborne won the Super Sprint Car race at the Susquehanna Speedway, Newberrytown, PA. Steve Smith was second followed by Mitch Smith, Ken Slaybaugh and Mike Lloyd.
Dave Kneisel won the Modified Stock Car race at the Twin Valley Speedway, Chenango Forks, NY.
Al Unser won the Schaefer 500 USAC Championship race on the 2.5 Mile Paved Oval Pocono International Raceway, Long Pond, PA. Mike Mosley was second followed by Wally Dallenbach, Johnny Rutherford and Mario Andretti.
Sammy Beavers, driving the Norcia #81, won the Mike Grbac Memorial race over Billy Cannon at the Flemington Fair Speedway, Flemington, NJ.
Sam Hanks ... Died ... He won his first championship in 1937 on the West Coast in the AMA. He barnstormed the country, racing on the board tracks at Soldier Field in Chicago and the Los Angeles Coliseum Motordome. Hanks reportedly won the first two board track races at Soldier Field in 1939. Hanks won the 1940 VFW Motor City Speedway championship. After World War II, he captured the 1946 URA Blue Circuit Championship. He won the 1947 Night before the 500 midget car race. He was the 1949 AAA National Midget champion. He won the 1956 Pacific Coast championship in the USAC Stock cars. He won the 1957 Indianapolis 500 at his thirteenth attempt at the race, the most tries of any Indy winner, and announced his retirement from racing in Victory Circle. Hanks was inducted in the National Midget Auto Racing Hall of Fame in 1984, the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame in 1998 and the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America in 2000. He drove the pace car at the Indianapolis 500 from 1958 to 1963.
Jeff Gordon won the NASCAR Winston Cup Save Mart/Kragen 350 over Mark Martin at the Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, CA.
Jeff Gordon won the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Dodge/Save Mart 350 over Jamie McMurray at the Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, CA.