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Roger McCluskey

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

McClusky's 1970 Plymouth Superbird or replica
McClusky's 1970 Plymouth Superbird or replica

Roger McCluskey (August 24, 1930 – August 29, 1993) was an American race car driver. He was from Tucson, Arizona.

He won championship titles in three divisions of USAC -Sprints, Stocks, and Champ Cars. He won the USAC Sprint Car title in 1963 and 1966, the USAC Stock Car title in 1969 and 1970. The Champ Car title in 1973. His first USAC Stock Car start resulted in a runner-up finish in Phoenix, Arizona in January 1968, when he drove as a substitute driver for Norm Nelson.

McCluskey earned four USAC Midget Car wins, 23 USAC Sprint Car wins, 23 USAC Stock Car wins and five USAC Championship Car (national championship) wins (including his last start at Milwaukee in 1979, which is a rarety since most drivers don't win their last race in their career). He was the USAC national champion in 1973. He started every Indianapolis 500 race from 1961 to 1979 except 1964, with a best finish of 3rd in 1973.

He also made four NASCAR Grand National (now Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series) starts from 1969 to 1977 with a best finish of second in 1970 at Riverside International Raceway.

He represented the USAC series in the 1974 International Race of Champions.

McCluskey raced for the Holman and Moody team in a Ford GT40 Mk.IIB at the 1967 LeMans 24hrs of Endurance, France. During this event, McCluskey is credited with pulling Mario Andretti to safety-and thus saving his life-after Andretti had seriously crashed his Ford GT40 Mk.IV when a front brake locked.

McCluskey died on August 29, 1993, just five days after his 63rd birthday after a long battle with cancer. In 2004 the local United Sports Arizona Race Park hosted the Roger McCluskey Sprint Car Classic in his honor.

Award

He was inducted in the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame in 1993.

He was also inducted into the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame in 2002.

He was inducted into the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America in 2011.[1]

Racing record

Complete USAC Championship Car results

Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Pos Points
1956 INDY MIL LAN DAR ATL SPR MIL DUQ SYR ISF SAC
DNQ
PHX - 0
1960 TRE INDY MIL
DNQ
LAN
5
SPR
13
MIL
DNQ
DUQ
15
SYR
DNQ
ISF
6
TRE
11
SAC
4
PHX
DNQ
19th 320
1961 TRE
6
INDY
27
MIL
17
LAN
5
MIL
DNQ
SPR DUQ
15
SYR
8
ISF
14
TRE
7
SAC
11
PHX
7
15th 370
1962 TRE
8
INDY
16
MIL
5
LAN
14
TRE
DNQ
SPR
15
MIL
6
LAN
5
SYR
6
ISF
4
TRE
21
SAC
18
PHX
6
12th 690
1963 TRE
8
INDY
15
MIL
18
LAN
10
TRE
7
SPR
4
MIL
6
DUQ
11
ISF
6
TRE
18
SAC
5
PHX
5
8th 750
1964 PHX
2
TRE INDY MIL LAN TRE
DNS
SPR MIL DUQ ISF TRE
8
SAC
7
PHX
DNS
22nd 238
1965 PHX
21
TRE INDY
30
MIL
6
LAN
13
PIP TRE
17
IRP
3
ATL
9
LAN
DNQ
MIL
5
SPR MIL
4
DUQ ISF
DNS
TRE
4
SAC
9
PHX
26
8th 1.060
1966 PHX TRE
20
INDY
13
MIL
2
LAN
6
ATL
27
PIP IRP
22
LAN
1
SPR
14
MIL
18
DUQ
18
ISF
14
TRE
5
SAC
DNS
PHX
11
12th 780
1967 PHX
2
TRE
2
INDY
19
MIL
3
LAN
17
PIP MOS
2
MOS
2
IRP
19
LAN
21
MTR
24
MTR SPR
13
MIL
3
DUQ
3
ISF
8
TRE
14
SAC
DNQ
HAN
21
PHX
21
RIV
5
8th 1.620
1968 HAN
6
LVG
12
PHX
14
TRE
16
INDY
29
MIL
20
MOS
3
MOS
14
LAN
9
PIP CDR
17
NAZ IRP
19
IRP
7
LAN
22
LAN MTR MTR SPR
1
MIL
23
DUQ
5
ISF
12
TRE
2
SAC
12
MCH
25
HAN
10
PHX
11
RIV
12
13th 1.228
1969 PHX
14
HAN
17
INDY
14
MIL
9
LAN PIP CDR
5
NAZ TRE
21
IRP
4
IRP
18
MIL
14
SPR
15
DOV
3
DUQ
16
ISF
15
BRN
15
BRN TRE
2
SAC
DNQ
KEN KEN PHX
DNQ
RIV
22
13th 1.090
1970 PHX
DNQ
SON TRE
DNQ
INDY
25
MIL
2
LAN
Wth
CDR MCH
7
IRP
9
SPR
DNP
MIL
2
ONT
25
DUQ ISF SED
10
TRE
5
SAC
5
PHX
3
6th 1.380
1971 RAF
5
RAF
4
PHX
22
TRE
22
INDY
9
MIL
23
POC
25
MCH
3
MIL
18
ONT
28
TRE
22
PHX
2
13th 1.050
1972 PHX
7
TRE
2
INDY
24
MIL
7
MCH
8
POC
11
MIL
19
ONT
1
TRE
8
PHX
6
3rd 1.970
1973 TWS
7
TRE
8
TRE
6
INDY
3
MIL
2
POC
2
MCH
1
MIL
6
ONT
2
ONT ONT
4
MCH
4
MCH TRE
13
TWS
18
PHX
4
1st 3.075
1974 ONT
5
ONT ONT
8
PHX
16
TRE INDY
16
MIL
18
POC
28
MCH
16
MIL
6
MCH
13
TRE
10
TRE
16
PHX
19
16th 555
1975 ONT
8
ONT ONT
13
PHX
DNQ
TRE
7
INDY
5
MIL
8
POC
4
MCH
12
MIL
19
MCH
5
TRE
6
PHX
18
7th 1.675
1976 PHX TRE
DNQ
INDY
30
MIL
DNP
POC
6
MCH
5
TWS
DNQ
TRE
22
MIL
6
ONT
21
MCH
10
TWS
19
PHX
5
11th 955
1977 ONT
22
PHX
3
TWS
17
TRE
5
INDY
8
MIL
19
POC
26
MOS
11
MCH
20
TWS
DNQ
MIL
20
ONT
22
MCH
7
PHX
5
11th 940
1978 PHX
19
ONT
20
TWS
20
TRE
21
INDY
25
MOS MIL POC MCH ATL TWS MIL ONT
24
MCH TRE SIL BRH PHX
13
35th 61
1979 ONT
12
TWS INDY
13
MIL
17
POC
14
TWS
4
MIL
1
9th 716

Complete USAC Mini-Indy Series results

Year Entrant 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Pos Points
1977 United States
TRE
United States
MIL
Canada
MOS
DNS
United States
PIR
- -
1979 United States
TEX1
United States
IRP
United States
MIL1
22
United States
POC
United States
TEX2
United States
MIL2
United States
MIN1
United States
MIN2
52nd 3

Complete PPG Indy Car World Series results

Year Team Chassis Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Pos. Pts
1979 Hodgdon Racing McLaren Cosworth PHX ATL ATL INDY
13
TRE TRE MCH MCH WGL TRE ONT MCH ATL PHX - 0

Indy 500 results

References

Other references

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