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BlogBeen Awhile Legendtorial for May 30, 2017 It's been awhile since we've shared some time here on a Tuesday night. Missed the interaction with my fellow panelist and missed the chat feedback from all you loyal listeners who have so much to say as...4 Comments 2 LikesTalladega Days Legendtorial for May 9, 2017 Before I begin the Legendtorial tonight, I want to express my sincere thanks to Alex Nickerson for filling in for me last week. I listened to the show, Alex, and you did an awesome job, even with your...1 Comments 4 LikesRaindrops, No Vortex, and the New Legend Legendtorial for May 2, 2017 I'm sitting here in my little studio on a Sunday afternoon when I should be watching a race from Bristol. But, alas, it is raining in Bristol so the race has been rescheduled...1 Comments 1 LikesOpinions Matter Only to the Opinion Holder Legendtorial for April 18, 2017 Using a conservative expression of a well-known statement about opinions, "Opinions are like belly buttons; everyone has one". Having said that, the next thing I expect...0 Comments 2 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/0 Comments 0 LikesTorches and Memories Legendtorial for April 11, 2017 On a cold January afternoon in 1961, a young newly elected President of the United States, stood on the Capital Steps to deliver one of the most memorable and quotable inaugural speeches I've...3 Comments 3 LikesResearch Legendtorial for March 28, 2017 "Re" Search. The very word leads one to believe that you searched it once and didn't find what you wanted to find so you REsearch it again. I heard that word spoken by RacersReunion's own Patrick...9 Comments 1 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...1 Comments 0 LikesTuesday March 21 2017, 6:16 PM
Racing is struggling really bad right now, but this isn’t news to anybody. IndyCar, F1, and NASCAR all have decreased field sizes. DNQs are a rarity in all three now due to this. Fan attendance for NASCAR is likewise down, while IndyCar has...5 Comments 1 LikesOld Man Hair Legendtorial for March 14, 2017 For those of you who may remember, I was not here last Tuesday because my youngest grandson was playing in his school's Spring Band Concert. Although I learned of it at the last minute, I was...6 Comments 3 LikesTuesday March 14 2017, 2:38 PM
I was listening to a fascinating interview with Ervin Brooks, and it got me thinking about things. If you don’t know, Ervin Brooks is the son of Earl Brooks, who raced in the Cup Series in the 1960s and 1970s. There are 186 NASCAR Strictly...14 Comments 3 LikesNo More Legendtorial for March 7, 2017 When I was five months old, my parents moved from upstate New York to South Carolina and I rode all the way in my mother's lap, car sick all the way, in a 1936 or '37 Plymouth Coupe. I took my driver's test...4 Comments 2 Likes