Blinded By the Light?

Maybe you are old enough to remember Broderick Crawford and his 1955 Buick from the television series Highway Patrol.  Or perhaps, if you’re not quite that old, Martin Milner and Kent McCord and their AMC Matador from Adam-12.  Either way, you are remembering police...

Ray Brown, Racing Pioneer, is a Hall of Famer

The late Ray Brown, a pioneering driver of Modified stock cars in the 1950s and later a standout open-cockpit Midget racer, will be honored as a 2019 inductee into the Northeast Dirt Modified Hall of Fame. Driver inductions and special award ceremonies are scheduled...

Mario Andretti Came to Town and They Threw a Parade

With May 30 being the 50th anniversary of Mario Andretti’s victory at the Indianapolis 500, it makes perfect sense to talk about July 12. It was by fortuitous coincidence that Mario’s family, when moving to the United States from Italy when he was a child, settled in...

Walking to the Car: We Visit the NYIAS

Despite significant automotive history in the area, and despite the existence of organizations such as the Madison Avenue Sports Cars Driving & Chowder Society, New York City is not a “car town” and hasn’t been one for a very long time. The roadways are lunar...

The Horses Beat the Cars

In our recent story about indoor auto racing in Syracuse, New York [Honey, I Shrunk the Race Track], we noted how few one-mile dirt tracks remain in operation, when decades ago such tracks were part of the same National Championship as the Indianapolis 500.  This May,...
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