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Monday April 19 2010, 8:21 PM
Thursday April 22th marks the 4 year anniversary of the passing of Ronnie Sox,the greatest driver to ever set behind the wheel of a 4 speed.So on Thursday everyone remember the leagacy that Ronnie gave to the drag racing world. We will never...
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Tuesday April 21 2009, 7:45 PM
APRIL 22th,2006 we lost a real Legend.No one ever shifted the 4 speed any better!Hard to believe it has been 3 years.On this Wednesday let's just say Thanks for the Memories ,Ronnie!
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Wednesday February 8 2012, 8:12 PM
It is with much sadness that Ireport the passing of Historic Speedway Group member Dan Honeycutt.Dan contributed so much to our group.We will never forget Dan.He was a friend to each of us and his memories will always be at Occoneechee Orange...
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Thursday March 31 2011, 9:45 PM
Long time racer and our friend BOBBY KECK passed away Wednesday night.Many of you had met Bobby at our event in Hillsborough and he loved being around his fellow racers. Funeral arrangements are incomplete but I will post more information...
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Thursday September 3 2009, 2:37 PM
I would personally like to thank each and every person who attend this years event and helped make it a success.What a great day it turned out to be.I really enjoyed talkng to everyone who came by the VIP tent and was able to look at our display...
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Friday April 3 2009, 8:00 PM
Originally from Detroit Don lived in Atlanta Ga.During the mid to late 1960's he drove in severalGrand National races.There were many adventures in the automotive field that he was involved in including testing one of the first Shelby Cobras with...
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Tuesday March 10 2009, 9:30 PM
IN THE SPRING 2009 ISSUE OF ROD & KULTURE MAGAZINE(SHOULD BE AVAILABE AT MOST NEWS STANDS OR BOOKSTORES) THERE IS AN ARTICLE CALLE OCCONEECHEESPEEDWAY RETURNS AND FEATURES SEVERAL OF THE CARS THAT WERE AT THE OLD TIMERS REUNION IN NOVEMBER....
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Wednesday March 4 2009, 8:00 PM
I'm not sure how many of you ever saw the one arm doll that was on the front seat of the 1950Plymouth that is in the Darlington museum.This of course is the restored car that won the firstSouthern 500.This story was told to me by Lottie...
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