STOCK CAR RACING 1974 OCT - INDY, CALE, PEARSON, INGRAM
Within this issue you will discover the following topics:
1) OH HAPPY DAY - After repeated tragedy at Indianapolis on Memorial Day, 1974 saw a welcomed respite.
2) THE WORLD 600 - Every year the Memorial Day weekend gets better and better at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
3) ANOTHER PEARSON - No one, if they had their druthers, would like to face David Pearson on the track-except, perhaps, another Pearson.
4) LONG ROAD HOME - Cale Yarborough is surprising a lot of people with his nose-to-the ground driving, but this is getting to be remarkable.
5) HENDRICK AS USUAL - What's so unusual about Ray Hendrick winning? Absolutely nothing.
6) INGRAM THE TERRIBLE - He's more than low key: he's sometimes invisible; until the checkered flag.
7) AT LAST, A POINT RACE - The USAC stock car division has had its share of problems; now it's got something else: a real point chase.
8) EVERYONE KNOWS EVERYONE - In Stockton, California, they've got a race track where they know each other on a first-name basis and where they know how to run a race.
9) RAPID ROY - Roy Tyner has had his breaks, both good and bad but now he wants revenge, and he wants it in the Northeast's toughest circuit.
10) JACK BLAND RISING - It isn't easy to jump from limited champ to LMS and maintain the same pace but Jack Bland's doing it in Md. and Va.
11) DICK BROOKS - He began by riding roughshod on equipment; then he won rookie-of-the-year honors and things began going downhill; now they're on their way back up. What's next?
12) WEST COAST SPRINT - 'Rebel' Jackson has his program about as together as they come, and his equipment shows it.
13) SPONSORED - Mario Fiore has this problem with his modified: he's run out of space to carry all of his sponsors. It should happen to everyone.
14) OIL COOLERS - A quick inexpensive way to save engines.
15) ARE THE MODIFIEDS KILLING THEMSELVES? - Bruce Cohen asks the question; it involves pricing yourself out of racing. It's a very serious question.
Plus other hot racing items.