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I'VE GOT THE CAR RIGHT HERE
"Listen," he will say excitedly, "in 1946 we spent $5,000 for an 11-year-old race car. Jeez, it was beautiful. An open-cockpit two-seater. Then we borrowed $150 ...
POOR LI'L MIDGETS TEXAS STYLE
In the richest midget-car races ever run, Houston's Astrodome unleashed top U.S. drivers on a cratered horror.
Unflagging After emergency repairs to his car on race morning, defending Winston Cup champ Dale Jarrett made a late move that earned him a third Daytona 500 victory
If Dale Jarrett has any remaining doubts about whether he's aNASCAR superstar, he should consider this: At 9 a.m. on Sunday,three hours ...
T-bird on the racing trail
The debut of Ford's potent luxury car in NASCAR competition next month has racing's hot-stove league abuzz
A PIONEER CAR GETS SET FOR INDY
In 1957, with prices and his sights a good deal higher, Salih went $18,000 into hock to build a radical new car for the Indianapolis 500-mile race. Nobody had ...
FORD'S BIG PLUNGE INTO RACING
Born to the echo of Henry Ford's primitive racing car, old 999, the Ford Motor Company—after a lapse of 60 years—is embarking upon a bold program in sport ...
Huck Finn on a 175-mph raft
It's all downstream for Can-Am champion Al Unser Jr., racing's favorite son
NEW HOME FOR SPEED
When the Indianapolis cars make their first visit to Daytona—in a 100-mile race April 4—they are likely to reach speeds never before recorded by racing cars on ...
THE UNSERS: PORTRAIT OF A RACING FAMILY
Now both Bobby and Al have sons—Robby and Al Jr.—who are involved in Indy Car racing. Moreover, Bobby's older son, Bobby Jr., who ...
LOOK WHO'S RACING!
In the first heat the girls dueled fiercely, and Denise won in one of auto racing's rare and stimulating close finishes (see left), with Ruth half a car length behind.