Roger Baldwin
Roger Baldwin

Roger Baldwin

 

Roger Baldwin had an Esso station in downtown Belmont, N.C.. It sat at the corner of Myrtle St. and Main in downtown. Underneath the station was the race shop. He ran at Rockingham Speedway as early as 1956 and ran NASCAR tracks like Hickory and Columbia on a regular basis in the 60s. In 1957 he competed in the NASCAR Convertible Division. He and his brother Bill also repaired cars for other drivers. His racing career also included time with the famed Holman-Moody racing factory.

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Dennis Andrews
@dennis-andrews   3 years ago
May 30, 1956 Richmond County Journal
Dave Fulton
@dave-fulton   3 years ago
Dennis Andrews
@dennis-andrews   3 years ago
Dennis Andrews
@dennis-andrews   3 years ago
Dennis Andrews
@dennis-andrews   3 years ago
Rockingham Speedway 1961 April 21,1961 Richmond County Journal June 30, 1961 Richmond County Journal July 15, 1961 Richmond County Journal
Dennis Andrews
@dennis-andrews   3 years ago
Rockingham Speedway 1962 Start of a Late Model race at Rockingham Bobby Webb inside front row: Jack Smith outside front row J.D. McDuffie inside row 2; Wayne Andrews outside row 2 Roger Baldwin inside row 3 1962 Postcard Bobby Webb on pole with Bill Bostick outside Wayne Andrews inside row 2; Roger Baldwin outside row 2
Dennis Andrews
@dennis-andrews   3 years ago
Jack Walker photo of Baldwin's '56Ford taken after Beach 96 M-S race
Dennis Andrews
@dennis-andrews   3 years ago
Dennis Andrews
@dennis-andrews   3 years ago
Holman-Moody years
Jack Walker
@jack-walker   4 weeks ago
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