Monthly Archives: October 2012
Even though I live in central Indiana I don’t get by the Hall of Fame Museum enough. This is the famous #9 midget of Steve Lewis and Bob East. If you could see a list of the drivers who wheeled this car it would read as a who’s who of motor sports. Here’s Tony’s 1995 […]
What a nice guy. In 1973 Butch Meyer and I went over to the trailer where Tony was living. He had just returned from running several NASCAR Sprint Cup races and was turing his attention back to Midgets and IndyCars. That night, Tony said he was going to show us what they drank down south, […]
It was a great affair! Lot’s of fun and food at his new shop and home. Well done and well deserved!
In 2008 Emo drove the Corvette to start the race. He was pumped up!
Work continues on the grand Lady of the 1st turn
Remembering a rising star and fine young man http://indymotorspeedway.com/500d-03.htm
Saw this photo on Facebook posted by “My Hero, My friend Jimmy Bryan” This is a Sports illustrated Photo of the 1961 parade lap. Eddie Sachs is on the pole in the #12. He has both hands off the wheel adjusting his goggles. next to him is the #3 of Don Branson who started 2nd. […]
For 2 years I got to be a part of the Hulman George’s TV station coverage of the 500. Roving reporter was my gig. Gary Lee anchored the first year and Vince Welch the 2nd. Donald Davidson was a part of each show too. We were live from the Speedway everyday from 11-2. It was […]
Went by the Speedway this morning to check up on how work is progressing on the maintenance of E stand. Looks like more of the Penthouse seats have been removed.
Still missed, still remembered.