Discussion in 'NASCAR chat' started by 2 Sweet, Nov 14, 2019.
And I’ve been beaten to the punch but as a younger fan I never heard of the K&K Insurance team until an episode of Dale Jr Download.
Well then you need to watch this...
In the early 70s Butch Lindley was my favorite at Greenville Pickens Speedway. He was very successful and moved on to run for the LMS National Championship and won it twice I think.
That took him away from running weekly at GPS.
So in the mid 70s Donnie Bishop became my local favorite. A lot of rambling but I rooted for Donnie more than other driver ever, period.
I remember watching him run this Nova and he got his first LMS win in this car. I really enjoyed watching his career materialize.
Photo is not taken from GPS.
I missed yesterday but I have to post a guy I used to know way back when. Ted Mott, his parents owned a salvage yard and he had some wild cars. Here’s a Cadillac Seville he raced.
Shameless post of my old car
Looks like you and the cushion were having a heated argument and the cushion was winning.
More pics please.
More info, please. Where? When? How many competitors did you put in the fence?
Stuff like that ...
That pic was taken at Bingeman Park in Kitchener Ontario probably in the mid 80-s. They use to do a Oktoberfest race there every fall. Its the only pic I have scanned to digital but can dig some more up. Always had the same number . It was the first Ultrastock in Canada, had to run with the Class 8 and 4 trucks. Reminds me that I have a vhs tape of that race I should get transferred
Please do dig up some more.
You meet the best people here. I remember you from another forum. I’m thinkin’ the Speed Boards.
I love to hear stories from the local tracks we went to back in the old days. To me that’s what racing is all about.
Love the altered wheelbase.
Dunno the name of the driver but he sure tore the car up.
They spelled it wrong.
Separate names with a comma.