When Racers Where RACERS! Old Race Car Crashes www.RightFace.us
http://www.RightFace.us Change of pace video. Non political. Watch and be
amazed with old car racing footage from the good ole days. In the early
days of automobile raving they did not use seatbelts and roll cages were
not even thought of. One famous racer of the day, Eddie Rickenbacker went
on to fame as our leading Ace in WWI and then owned the Indy 500 race track
and was President of Eastern Airplines. Great soundtrack on this one!
Vintage Racing - Ford GT40 Superformance
Chris Ashworth records a Superformance Ford GT40 along with a racing
Corvette Stingray, Cobra, and Kyle Petty's Mellow Yellow Nascar. This event
was held at Michigan International Speedway, which also consisted of 1950's
Indy cars. This was a preview event for the Concours d'elegance of America.
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Largest Crash in NASCAR History
Thanks to Rustyfan for this great capture. In 1960 Daytona Superspeedway
hosted this sportsman race. 68 cars entered into the race, back then there
were a maximum of 68 cars in a superspeedway race. Coming out of turn four
37 cars get into a massive wreck where at least six cars get on their
roofs. Amazingly, evryone walked away from this.
By the way, I am really getting tired of people having arguments that lead
to name calling and slander. If I see a comment that put another member
down or uses any derogatory language, I will delete it and any replies to
it immediately. Also, if you do not like racing or think it is a sport,
that's fine, but at least give some logical thought into a comment that you
post. I will once again delete any comment along the line of "nascar sucks"
or "nascar is for dumb rednecks LOL!!1!1".
All I ask is for some civilized conversation, and not trash talking.
# 2 -Historic Grand National Stock Cars- AAA Auto Club NASCAR 2-21-2010
More vintage footage of the NASCAR Historic Grand National Stock Cars but
this time they fire-'em up so you can hear them like they were. Nothing
sounds better than a NASCAR engine!!! You have to give this group a slap on
the back to keep these ready to race and remind us of NASCAR's past that
most of us grew up on.