There was a great 100 lap short track race broadcast on tv Sunday. Anyone watch it? Or was yall to busy watching a group of guys run from one end of a cow pasture to the other without stepping in something,falling in something while chasing a guy with a little ball. Now the New Hampshire race started out as boring as you could ask for. Single file with the occasional stop for gas,tires,or a trip to the garage/bathroom. Seens as though the crewchiefs are getting a little rowdy as Darien Grubb told Denny to "keep your mouth shut" while he was in the garage fixing a fuel problem. But then the show started, Joe Gibbs Racing started the show off with a bang, Kyle and Matt started testing the sheetmetal on the Toyotas. Then that white bullet with a 2 on it slipped n spun, but rallied back up to the front. kyle worked the cautions to work his way back to 8th place On lap 193 Brad spun but worked himself back to the front in contention but eventually finished 7th. Joey Logano won…See More
Great dirt and pavement modified and Late Model Sportsman driver from Fredericksburg and Mechanicsville, Virginia. Former Virginia State NASCAR Late Model Sportsman champion and NASCAR Modified Division Most Popular Driver. Equally at home on dirt or pavement.Al won races from Maine to Florida. He was especially a crowd favorite in his NASCAR pavement cars at Richmond's Southside Speedway on Friday night and with his dirt "outlaw" cars at Wilson County on Saturday nights.Al was known to take a pickup truck load of watermelons from Virginia to Wilson, NC on hot summer Saturdays to share with fellow competitors. He and Hemingway, SC's Mutt Powell developed a spirited rivalry at Wilson to equal Grinnan's rivalry at Southside with Sonny Hutchins and "Terrible" Tommy Ellis.See More
Many of you who frequent the Stock Car Home page here where we post Forum comments and such may never check up on the "Home Page". If not, just go to the top of the Stock Car Page and click on the "Home Page" Devin has posted an article about a book, "Stock Car Racing in the 50s" you all should really check out. When I received my copy of this book, I spent over an hour just absorbing the pictures. This is a fascinating collection of stock car racing photos from the 1950s from Western New York and West Pennsylvania. While I am very familiar with many of the names in the book, as I was growing up in South Carolina, several of the drivers included in the book known to me. But I'm telling you, folks, the photographs are outstanding.So, two things I would offer for your consideration:1. Check out the Home Page very day. Devin posted a beautiful article about the book. Legendtorials are posted there weekly almost as soon as they are read on the air, and other writers contribute from…See More
"Great job, Eric! I've looked for it before but could never find it. Now that you found it's location I was able to find a low quality aerial photo from 1950 where you can just barely see it next to the baseball field. It looks to me like…"
"Buck Baker would score ten 1957 GN victories in the #87 Black Widow Chevy crewed by Bud Moore enroute to the 1957 NASCAR Grand National Championship. What track is this with Buck taking the checkers?
Getty Images - Unidentified track &…"