Monday, March 1, 2021


 Via Racine

May be an image of car and text that says 'n the inaugural heat on June 4, 1950, driver Vittie Cothron was running third on the last lap when his carburetor linkage fell off. Vittie reached through the windshield and held the carburetor open with one hand, steered with the other and finished third.'


  1. Tom Slick.
    Tom Slick.
    Let me tell you why,
    He's the best of all good guys.

    Tom Slick
    Tom Slick
    In the thunderbolt grease slapper once he's on your tail
    He won't quit because you know there's no such word as fail to
    Tom Slick
    Tom Slick!

  2. Reminds me of General Forrest who placed his finger in his horses
    bullet wound his neck to stop the bleeding to maintain the charge.
    Hard to believe driving at the same time while holding open the

    1. I had forgotten about the General Forrest one. Thanks.