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RacersReunion BlogHello..I am seeking people info or others who remember the following dirt tracks in NC and SC. Leland, Kinston, Pender Co, Fayetteville and Wilson speedways. I am the daughter of Jim and Charlotte Kelso. I grew up on the dirt tracks and then onto...6 Comments 3 LikesWednesday October 11 2017, 7:44 PM Current NASCAR
I wish Alexis DeJoria well for the future as her driving career comes to a close at the end of this season. She sat down with me in the spring of 2016 and shared some of her NHRA and personal stories....1 Comments LikesWednesday October 11 2017, 7:43 PM Current NASCAR
http://speedwayreport.com/nascars-modified-tour-races-on-without-ted-christopher/1 Comments LikesFriday April 14 2017, 11:54 AM Current NASCAR
Speedway Report columnist Paul Blaufuss checks in on F1, NASCAR, IndyCar, NHRA, and IMSA. http://speedwayreport.com/a-cranky-curmudgeon-mulls-over-the-2017-racing-year/Comments 0 LikesThe Phoenix Legendtorial for March 21, 2017 The Phoenix is a mythological bird, which, it is said, arises from the ashes. The way my teacher told it to me way back when, is that the Phoenix would rise from ashes of failure to be an even more...3 Comments 0 LikesCan't Believe the Change Legendtorial for February 28, 2017 Remember a couple of shows ago when I did the story about my first trip to Daytona in 1962? Things were different then in so many ways, not only the racing but also the actual trip...Comments LikesI have not posted a blog in years. Have not watched NASCAR in years. I think I want to come back and watch something I used to enjoy. Last blog I posted was in 2012. It has been years since I actually watched a NASCAR (Now Monster) Cup racing. I...1 Comments 1 LikesBaby Its Cold Outside Legendtorial for January 10, 2017 That is the name of a song played usually around Christmas, is it not? If not so, forgive me for it is not my intention to construe "flirting" with the use of "Baby". But that song came to...1 Comments LikesDebunking a NASCAR Myth Legendtorial for November 8, 2016 I will begin this post by stating, unequivocally, I respected Dale Earnhardt, Sr., I loved to watch him drive, and while I didn't always agree with this on-track tactics, I believe what he...Comments 3 Likes
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Bill Dennis / Junie Donlavey Daytona 3 in a Row Began 50 Years Ago on February 19, 1972 After Sabotage Discovery
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TimelineThis shot is from July 1972 at Michigan International Speedway at the USAC Twin 200. Ramo started from the pole and won the race. He won the race by taking fuel only and no tires. He had enough of a lead to hold off Roger McCluskey's Superbird at the end.
I took this photo in the mid/late seventies. I was about 15. I'm surprised to find it here after looking up S.J. on Google.
I wasn't looking to find this photo, in fact I forgot that I had uploaded it years earlier to a vintage modified forum. I've been surprised a few times when looking for old heroes and coming across photos that I've forgotten that I had posted.
Brings tears to your eyes to know what was there... Superb late model racing in the 70s.