The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 3, 1971 · Page 64
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: (UPI) -rJackie»Stewarf.charges: after the;'late ; Jimmy::eiark's'-record. of i seven" Grand ''Prix' records; in a;- f seaspn.' in~ Ifls" Terrell '-Ford twda-y ••'•'oh- "the• 'United ^States GrandtPrir. at;'the new.3.77-mile . Watkins. Glen road •course.. • -Hoping^ v to-"finish, between Stewart and'the finish'line :in. his bid -:are-'28-of. the,fastest cars in the 'world..But 'missing from the lineup.'-will'.be: what appeared "to : be -the:; strongest American challenge iir.years. ' The -American challenge evaporated during-the week -when first-Mark'Dqnohue and then Mario--Andretti^pulled-,out 'to drive-at Trenton. N.J., in a 300- mile ,USAC .race ....that was rained : out -the previous week and-moved to this'Sunday. ' FINISHED.THIRD • Andretti • -resigned- hirnself.- to missing' the Grand' Prix, but Donohue,. who 'finished third two weeks' -ago -."in Canada-' in -ids very Vfirst -Grand 'Prix - race, went'••'- through • qualifying, .here Saturday"' r and"had';&:•- private plane standing by at ;Trenton this -weekend just' in" case the USA'G. race is again-rained out Their absence '•' still' "leaves three. "Americans at-the -Glen, including Canadian - American Challenge Cup leader Peter Kevsbn: of: Harbor ' .City; rCalif; Revson, who drove Formula Orie'in Europe a few years ago, will-make his Grand Prix debut on "the •track where he'.won the Glen-Can-Am in July. Kevsoii's credentials also include. winning the. pole, position .for. the todianapolis 500, and-he also- .was a leading qualifier-for the Pocono 500 and California 500- on the USAC circuit thisiyear. ; . .,-. FROM TACOMA :i Hie other ' :A jn^eriean-s are" --pe'rsiste-nt -Pete Lovely,- wno- annuaUy-';tbws Ms' own' -Lotus .from '-Tacoma,. Wash., to compete against the best, ' and • locquacious Sam Posey of Sharon, Conn., who was-standing by as-'a reserve driver on the Surtees' three-car team. • Early • in the week, while awaiting the arrival of the championy Jackie Stewart, Emerson Fittipaldi of Brazil ruled the course, turning the fastest -practice' -times in: his Lotus ' 72 in an attempt to establish that' his victory here last year • was not just a once-in-a-lifetime stroke of luck by a; 23-year-old upstart. But even Fittipaldi admitted that practice didn't really matter much, and was only for shaking down his car. .Otter drivers with chances of wrecking Stewart's record-tying attempt • are young Ronnie Peterson of ' Sweden in a March; sentimental favorite Graham Hill of England, still limping from a crash- here m 1969- in a Brabham; Denis Bujme -of New Zeland :in-a McLaren:-• England?*, John - Surtees as the mainstay, of his three-car challenge;; BRM's; Jo Siffert of'' Switzerland; Briton Peter Gethin t . Candian George Eaton; : New Zeland's Hpwden Ganley; Matra '. drivers- Chris Amon of /New.''Zealand s-and France's Jean Pierre -Beltoise; and Ferrari's ' Jacky Ickx ,of Belgium and Clay RegazzonTof -Switzerland. . ACCESSORY MONEY " The winner of-':the -race will take borne $50,000 .-guaranteed by:;the ' Glen" in- addition^,to •accessory money, for. .the- richest race'in >the-history of. championship ;rpad racing, '•'.' .'•'-' • More' than' .$2.5-miHion" was poured into • reconstruction at the Glen, including'.a .twisting 1.1-mile "addition to the course and anew 70 by 400 foot garage ,to house 30 cars. Stewart took a 'look at the construction and 'called the' track "one of the world's-great road courses." • He won't 'know'how well.he '•really likes 'it,' however, until ' after -the race gets underway at 2 p.m. on Sunday. , Layton Jaycees Sponsor Punt, Pass, Kick Contest ".. LAYTON -.•—•'. The.-;pun±, -pass and kick competition, sponsored "•by -toe Xayton- Jaycees,. 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