a photo of Chapman Root's rebuilt/restored 'Sumar Special'. This streamlined Indy car carried NASCAR pioneer, Marshall Teague, to his death in February 1959. Teague's long-time colleague, Smokey Yunick, warned Teague of the car's inherent aerodynamic flaws. Looking at the car's photo, it's easy to see: the four bulbous wheel flares, creating 'lift' instead of down-force. In an attempt to set a world closed-course-speed record of 180 mph, and hopefully get re-instated into NASCAR, Teague was killed instatnly when the car's seat detached in the ensuing crash. A Daytona Speedway grandstand was named in his honor.