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BlogSign Posts, High Bridges, and Cocoa Krispies Legendtorial for February 7, 2017 Rod Serling would introduce the Friday Night, 10:00 p.m. episode of "The Twilight Zone" each week from 1959 through 1964, including the line "there's a sign post up...4 Comments 6 LikesSaturday February 4 2017, 9:53 AM
13 out of 16, and depending on who you ask, all 16, of IndyCar's races will inevitably feature harder racing and more intensity than any race you will find NASCAR or IMSA run. The problem isn't what you think it is. The villain? The length of...4 Comments 2 LikesLegendtorial for January 31, 2017 Was it truly, only a week ago last night that NASCAR held its famous press conference in which several new rules (and words) were set forth? Words such as "incentivize" "enhancement" and "segment racing"? Yep,...0 Comments 1 LikesMonday January 30 2017, 12:03 PM RACING PAST & PRESENT
BOBBY ALLISON ADDED TO THE “LEGENDS OF THE MADHOUSE” LIST The NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, NC has enshrined forty Members since opening in 2010. An amazing statistic is that at least 25 of those inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame have...1 Comments 2 LikesFriday January 27 2017, 10:28 AM RACING PAST & PRESENT
In Their Own Mind or Minds of Others, All Have Had an Impact on Bowman Gray Stadium Racing History Bowman Gray Stadium Racing is filled with “legend” and history. From Tim Flock’s first and only Bowman Gray championship in 1949 through Burt...0 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...0 Comments 0 LikesLegendtorial for January 3, 2017 Although the reference to a thundering dawn has been used many times by many folks, it was probably Rudyard Kipling who made that saying poignant in the last line of his poem "Mandalay". Indeed, I am guessing...2 Comments 3 LikesFor those chosen few who have deep pockets and love Racing out of Yesteryear here is one for you. NASCAR Fuel Injection Ban Instigator: 1957 Chevrolet 150 Black Widow This 1957 Chevrolet 150 is one of six factory-backed NASCAR racers, all of...3 Comments 2 LikesLegendtorial for December 20, 2016 Yes, this is a racing history radio show. We all know that. However, I wanted to pause here, these five days before Christmas, to talk about the spirit of the season, or, perhaps more appropriate the "Ghosts...0 Comments 4 LikesMonday January 24 2011, 12:04 PM Authors
by Randy Myers Since becoming a “seasoned” citizen, I clearly have too much time on my hands. I am afraid I have become somewhat of an internet “junkie” over the past few months and since I grew up around racing, I have found some interesting...1 Comments 4 LikesLife Story Hello! I presume you came here to listen to my story. Well, sit down and listen; it's an interesting journey that brought me here. It’s hard to believe that it has almost been 20 years. It feels like it was so long ago… It was a day...0 Comments 0 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...0 Comments 0 Likes