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John Potts
@john-potts   9 years ago
This is Chuck Booth in the car and his car owner/mechanic Wally Meskowski in the infield. It was taken during the Hoosier Hundred at the Indiana State Fairgrounds mile. Knowing these two, the interpretation is easy. Driver: "Wally, the car isn't handling very well today." Owner/Mechanic: "Honestly, Charles, I'm not sure you're trying hard enough."
Pete Banchoff
@pete-banchoff   9 years ago
What a classic picture!
Ron Wetzler
@ron-wetzler   9 years ago
Now we know they were just telling each other one to go . Racers would NEVER give the finger to anyone. :)
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