Squier's message should be heard
STOWE, Vt. -- The most dramatic voice ever in NASCAR still speaks, still softly, still profoundly, but rarely around the big tracks or the networks now.
Down through the decades his words still resonate -- he dubbed the Daytona 500 "The Great American Race," he exalted rough-hewn stock car racing as "ordinary people doing extraordinary things," and he anchored NASCAR's most revolutionary event, CBS's live, full telecast of the 1979 Daytona 500.
Ken Squier at age 76 remains ...
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