Category Autograph

February 15, 2013-Graham Hill Happy Birthday

Born today in 1929 he is the only driver to win the 24 hours of Le Mans, The Formula One World Championship and the Indianapolis 500 (1966). He only had 3 starts (1966-’67-’68) winning in his first year while leading ten laps. (This was also Chief Mechanic George Bignotti’s third of 7 Indy victories)  The next […]

February 11, 2013-Davey Hamilton’s story about AJ Foyt and George Snider

I recorded this at Brad Armstrong’s campaign fund raiser in April 2012. Brads a Sprint car driver and has a Garage door service and sales business. http://www.armstronggaragedoors.com/ Davey tells us a tale about driving for AJ in the IndyCar Series and George Snider in the Silver Crown Series and a race weekend in Texas and […]

December 24, 2012-Harry Hartz Happy Birthday

He made his first start at Indy as a riding mechanic then got behind the wheel for six 500 races from 1922 to 1927. Harry finished 2nd  3 times and 4th twice. His worst starting spot was 4th but was on the front row for the other 5. He led 4 races for a total […]

December 22, 2012-Bob Lazier Happy Birthday

Born today in 1938, he is the Father of Jaques Lazier and 1996 Indy winner Buddy Lazier. Bob had one start, 1981 when he started 13th and finished 19th when his engine failed. He was the CART 1981 Rookie of the Year.  

December 3, 2012-Rick Mears Happy Birthday!

Great man, amazing race car driver:) His record at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway speaks for it’s self. 15 starts from 1978 to 1992. 4 wins, 6 poles, 9 top five finishes, led the race 9 years for a total of 429 laps. He had only 1 start outside the top 10 with 11 starts on […]

November 10, 2012-Meet 6 Indy wins and get free Museum admission!

Fan appreciation night takes place Wednesday November 14th. It’s free admission to the Hall of Fame Museum from 4 to 7 with Bobby Unser (68,75,81) and Johnny Rutherford (74,76,80) signing autographs from 6 to 7. See you there!  

October 30, 2012-Tony Bettenhausen Jr Happy Birthday

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, […]