Richard Gouldman
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"Oct. 23, 1976 - Ray Hendrick Takes Second Consecutive World Service Life 300 Late Model Sportsman at Charlotte "
"41 years pass quickly these days. Still waiting for the winningest driver in NASCAR history to be induced into its Hall of Fame. He has been in... "
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"R.I.P. GN Car Owner Tom Friedkin - Friedkin Enterprises "
" Another historical NASCAR figure has left us with no notice, unless I have missed it. Did any of television’s talking heads, self-proclaimed... "
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Dave Fulton
@dave-fulton commented on @dave-fulton's gallery
one week ago

Folks just don't come any better than the entire Moore family - Bud, his passed wife Betty and sons Daryl, Greg and Brent. When my family moved from Dallas, Texas to Spartanburg in April 1986, setting up a Campobello, SC racing operation for rookie Derrike Cope, Bud and Betty insisted that we immediately move into their super nice cottage on Lake Bowen and then begin house hunting. They met us with two weeks of groceries to accompany our temporary move into that beautiful lake house. My elementary school age daughters loved feeding the squirrels and ducks there.

A decade later, engine builder Daryl's wife Carol called me at Richmond International Raceway to see if she could pay a visit while in town at a banking conference. One purpose of her visit was to return several coloring books that had fallen behind the washer at the lake house. They were full of my girls' drawings and coloring. Believe me, even the daughters-in-law in the Bud Moore family are special. It was my privilege to see Carol again the day the photos were taken at Memory Lane Museum in 2012 and get a big hug. 

Nothing in the world for me can ever compare to have had the pleasure of working with Bud Moore and knowing his family. They broke the mold for me in racing after being privileged to work around those wonderful people.

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"Ray Hendrick Takes Langhorne National Open - Oct. 12, 1969 "
"George Meade edited 8mm film highlights of the 1969 Langhorne National Open to a 4 minute video that includes the brief battle of 40 year old 10th... "
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"Ray Hendrick Takes Langhorne National Open - Oct. 12, 1969 "
"On this date, October 12 in 1969, "Rapid Ray" Hendrick of Richmond, Virginia - "Mr. Modified" - was watched by 38,000 fans as he drove the famed... "
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Dave Fulton
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"HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO DAVE FULTON!!!!!! "
"Thanks guys. Spent a good 69th with family, ate a favorite meal topped off with a coconut birthday cake - my favorite.😃 "
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"R.I.P. Bob Brown "
"Dennis, Bob Brown and Bob Jones were both photographers for the two Richmond newspapers. Bob Brown for many years was the state government... "
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"R.I.P. Bob Brown "
"Motorsports writer Randy Hallman remembers Bob Brown, photographer for the 1981-1982 book, "Stock Car Racing: The Other Side of the Fence."... "
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Dave Fulton
@dave-fulton Liked @tim-leeming's Timeline
3 weeks ago

RacersReunion's own Jimmy Johnson asked me to let everyone know that he had open heart surgery on September 6th and has finally been released from rehab and it at home gaining his strength back.  He tells me (and you all know it's true) that he can't wait to get back on the road.  Jimmy did ask us all to keep him in our prayers. 

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"March 25, 1973 - Martinsville's Dogwood 84 "
"That will seriously drain a race promoter's bank account to have staff ready and on-site, only to have an event postponed - 3 times! "
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