PEACH STATE 200Jefferson Ga. July 24, 1968The 11th Grand Touring race of 1968 was held at Peach State Speedway and was 200 laps on the 1/2 mile paved oval. Tiny Lund started on the pole with a lap of 20.05 seconds on the way to his fourth victory of the year.Fin Srt Car # Driver Car Laps Reason out1 1 16 Tiny Lund ’68 Cougar 200 Running2 27 Donnie Allison ’67 Mustang Running3 Bud Moore ’68 Cougar Running4 22 Harold Dunaway ’68 Camaro 5 21 Frank Sessoms ’68 Camaro…See More
"Yep, and in 1971 Dick Brooks won a Nascar GT race at Hickory, also driving a Toy Bolton Camaro, which I believe was # 95 by this time. I also believe (but not sure) that when Charlie Blanton won the ARCA race at Daytona in 1973, he was again…"
"Thanks Robert, I knew Charlie, Tiny and Jim Paschal would later drive a '71 Toy Bolton Camaro but did not remember the #10 '68 Camaro being Mr. Bolton's.
RR member Dave Fulton found this picture of the #10.
"Yeah, its funny what you remember about those nights at the old speedway - for some reason i remember how all the divisions parked in a certain spot. Late model sportsman on the front stretch and each car if you were a regular had a little sign…"
Our Other FamilyFor almost 9 years Michelle and I have been a part of an incredible community, the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour. For almost 9 years this community of people has transitioned from strangers to friends, and from friends to our racing family.We are a diverse bunch of people, yet each person in our family is uniquely beautiful in their own way.We’ve shared some tremendous moments of joy together and we’ve also been on the brink of despair together. We’ve welcomed new people into our family and we’ve said goodbye to dear friends. We’ve celebrated life and mourned death. Together we have traversed seemingly every emotion possible.At times it has been a really fun ride and at times it has been completely overwhelming. Yet, we wouldn’t trade a moment of the beautiful experiences we’ve had together. Over the past 9 years we’ve seen the best and the worst of our family;…See More