917/30-003

Built to ’73 “Can-Am” spyder “Lang Heck” spec for Sunoco/Penske Racing Team

1973

8th July, 1973 – Road Atlanta

Driver : Mark Donohue Team : Sunoco Penske
Race number : 6 Race result : 2nd
Fastest lap : 1:14,000 = 192,6063 km/h

12th August, 1973 – Mid-Ohio Can-Am

Driver : Mark Donohue Team : Sunoco Penske
Race number : 6 Race result : 1st
Fastest lap : 1:22,804 = 167,9238 km/h

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26th August, 1973 – Road America

Driver : Mark Donohue Team : Sunoco Penske
Race number : 6 Race result : 1st
Fastest lap : 2:04,374 = 186,3298 km/h

16th September, 1973 – Edmonton

Driver : Mark Donohue Team : Sunoco Penske
Race number : 6 Race result : 1st
Fastest lap : 1:20,403

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14th October, 1973 – Laguna Seca Can-Am

Driver : Mark Donohue Team : Sunoco Penske
Race number : 6 Race result : 1st
Fastest lap : 0:59,710 = 184,348 km/h

28th October, 1973 – Riverside Can-Am

Driver : Mark Donohue Team : Sunoco Penske
Race number : 6 Race result : 1st
Fastest lap : 193.622 kph

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1974

11th August,1974 – Mid-Ohio Can-Am

Driver : Brian Redman Team : Sunoco Penske
Race number : 66 Race result : 2nd

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1975

9th August 1975, Talladega

Mark Donohue sets a closed-course world record at 221.160 mph, which stands as a world record for four years, and as a United States record until 1986.
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1976
Sold to Otis Chandler of the LA Times

1983
Sold to Jack Setton

2000
Motor Sport Nov 2000 – Offered for sale by Jay D Felter on behalf of the Setton Collection
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