"Wow Jack, great photo!! Thanks for sharing!!
This version of the car I have never seen. I familiar with the light color bodied car that he ran at the 1st part of the year in 1968 & the car carried #1. I know the Cougar had been built by…"
"Mr. Dennis, here's the only photo I know of (to date) of Lil' Bud in a Camaro.
It's from 9-31-68 Grand Touring race at Darlington.
Event records for the series were unfortunately badly kept but it does show at least 3 races he drove a…"
"Virginia News NASCAR community shares memories of Bristol car owner Ed Whitaker, who died Friday
Posted: Friday, August 22, 2014 8:39 pm
BY KEVIN CASTLE
BRISTOL HERALD COURIER
BRISTOL, Va. — He did more with less and grabbed that checkered…"
Wayne Andrews beside the '62 Impala owned by Pete and Bea Brewer.The 1965 racing season was kicked off with a Fish Fry for all the race team members and their families. It was held at “Spud’s” (Wayne’s dad) service station which is where they worked on the race car. Fried fish, slaw and hushpuppies; good eating. All the crew members wore bibbed overalls and a straw hat. The preferred footwear by the team was what we called engineer boots; no fancy stitching, multi-colors, pointed toes or narrow heels, like cowboy boots just plain black boots. My brother Keith and I had a pair too. As a kid running in and out of the shop while the race car was being worked on the crew was teaching me things like what elbow grease was and some things my Mom didn’t want me to know. Twenty years later I was still learning. James Burgess (who…See More
Richard Luther of Columbia SC. To be inducted into the Augusta International Raceway Preservation Society HOF Sept. 12 th with racing reunion on the 13 th to include special guest the stars and cars of the former Gordon Park Speedway