Interview of a lifetime
BROOKLYN, Mich. -- It's my earliest memory as a young race announcer. I was 23, nervous and full of ambition -- perhaps too much.
The "men who run by the grace of God and 800 horsepower," that's what purists call the NASCAR Modified Series, were well into the Connecticut Classic 150 at Stafford Motor Speedway. As the open-wheeled ground pounders circled the half-mile nearing the checkers, two cars crashed in turn three. Emotions ran high and post-wreck sparks ignited; the two incensed drivers ...
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