He doesn't adjust it for changing tire condition, fuel load, track surface, or even rain. Bob's new car drew a lot of attention and some interested buyers as well. Send a private message to bobjeffreson. No Headlights or Fenders 4. He uses first gear twice per lap at Watkins Glen. Box Orefield, PA Email. Testing has shown the lowest setting works best on this car.
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Eight cars built by Bob, competing the same night at South Gate Speedway. The forefathers that laid the foundation for present day racing are illustrated in color and black and white photo's complete with captions. Last year we had a good run winning the qualifier and a solid top 10 finish. It was tight for me at only 6'0", much more so for Danny and other tall guys. The green flag dropped and it was wheel-to-wheel for 8 laps. Hisso Racing Cars — — This looks like the Kelso car, but the date says Jun
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Whether he was making good turns daily on the track of life or making left-hand turns on the race track, Kendall personified a larger than life, magnetic character to all that knew, admired, loved and adored him. Curious, I emailed the seller to find out a little more:. Ken was its only General Manager and guided the group to become a highly recognized racing organization. Bob sitting on LR tire of the car before it left for Australia. Smith believed education opened the doors to people of all backgrounds.
Another couple of shots of the car driven by PJ Jones. Starting once again from the bottom up, he sold popcorn and programs at The Pines Speedway. Bob Tattersall drove the car once in V form when he borrowed the car for the Feature at Western Springs when his own Offy car gave trouble. As it turned out there was faulty tubing in it and the loss of multiple engines was too much for the car owner. He uses first gear twice per lap at Watkins Glen. Here are a three photos from that weekend of racing. Dick McKee of Columbiana, Ohio began to think about creating a group for retired racers.