The insanity continues.
This year the 82nd running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans features a motorized cage match to be “King of the Car Making World.”
Remember in school when you used to wonder, “When am I ever going to use algebra and all this physics stuff?”
It is time for my annual sojourn to France to work with my friends and colleagues at Mobil One Radio Le Mans (radiolemans.com — listen live). This year we will be covering the 82nd running of the world’s greatest auto race — The 24 hours of Le Mans.
What is it about Montreal’s Circuit Gilles Villeneuve that seems to produce thrilling races?
Perhaps nowhere are visionaries more important than in motorsports and perhaps the most important of them for North American sports car racing was John Bishop, a refugee from the aircraft industry who became head of the Sports Car Club of America during the late 1950s
They say that dirt is for racing, and asphalt is for getting there.
We encountered 1978 CRA sprint car champion Rick Goudy and his brother-in-law Rich Cordsen, who now lives in Illinois and has been married to Rick’s sister, Bonnie, for decades