In Their Own
Ray Lee Goodwin
- TVR sits down with Ray Lee for an outstanding
conversation with one of the Midwest's finest open wheel drivers.
This gentleman racer shares his memories and thoughts about his
career and racing in general.
As an added bonus, another legendary
open wheeler and good friend of Ray Lee's, Bobbie Adamson, joins in
Ray Lee's Interview
- The undisputed
the dean of motorsports journalism
share his views and thoughts about the past, present and future of
auto racing, his 50+ year career with National Speed Sport News, and
much more. When it comes to the sport of auto racing, no one
person has seen or done more than Chris Economaki.
Oates - Singer,
songwriter, guitarist... and racer! John Oates, of
"Hall and Oates" fame, shares his thoughts and memories
about his racing career.
Leroy who? You may never have heard of him, but he and thousands
just like him had a huge part in motor racing history. Leroy
talks about his modest, grass roots racing career that spanned 3 decades. From
the 1950's flathead Strictly Stocks, to 60's Late-Models, to 70's
Figure 8 racing, this guy ran for the pure love and fun of it.
strips, road courses, dirt ovals... it just didn't
matter. He could drive anything, anywhere... and win! Rick made a reputation for himself by
being able to drive cars he'd only seen hours
before to track records and class wins, not to mention 7 championships.
Miller - Many know him as the long-standing President of the
York County Racing Club. Now read about his outstanding Central
Pennsylvania racing career.
Guilfoy - Buck's racing career including everything from midgets,
to modifieds and late models, including participating in the early
days of NASCAR Modifieds and Grand Nationals.
Paxton - A true champion
and dirt track legend, Lynn scored over 250 feature wins,
including winning back-to-back Williams Grove National Opens, 11
track championships and 2 KARS championships. While primarily
known for sprint cars, he also won in Late Models, Sportsman,
Midgets and Snowmobiles!
Hersh - The "Old Dutchman" talks
with TVR about his incredible, but far too short, racing career.
here for more details!