Available for sale from Kunzt Gallery, April Gornik, Storm sea (2011), Lithograph, 50 × 73 cm
Jun 21, 2018 · Ken Miles, a racer who at the 1966 Le Mans 24 Hour had already won the 12 Hours of Sebring and the 24 Hours of Daytona, was driving a Ford GT40 MkII alongside Denny Hulme. Bruce McLaren and Chris Amon also shared a GT40, while another GT40 – the one which is set to auction – was driven by Ronnie Bucknum and Dick Hutcherson.
Mar 14, 2007 · It reached me via a retired San Jose, California, police officer named Fred Jones. After extensive research, Jones has compiled a fascinating dossier that suggests that star race driver Ken Miles might have survived the reported fatal crash at Riverside on August 17, 1966, and was found living in an abandoned school bus in rural Wisconsin.
Ken was going to race in a local race when an SCCA Official named Bill (Evan Arnold) told him his car was disqualified. The trunk space was too small. Ken went ballistic.
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Nov 25, 2020 · HM Coastguard, which co-ordinated search efforts after the crash, received reports that an aircraft had gone into the sea 74 nautical miles (85 miles) off the coast of Flamborough Head in Yorkshire.
Nov 07, 2019 · The fame for Ken Miles after Ford’s victory over Ferrari at Le Mans 1966 was short lived. Two months later, he was killed test driving a Ford J-car at a California raceway. The car broke into pieces and burst into flames upon impact. Miles was 47. Still, even in death, Ken Miles was an unsung racing hero.
Ford v Ferrari: How They Shot All Those Cool Racing Scenes Car and Driver via Yahoo News · 1 year ago. He would know, having raced extensively in Sports Car Club of America events in the 1990s.