Post Tagged with: "Issue 101"

by / on June 24, 2012 at 4:47 pm / in Back Issues

Inside Track issue 101 (June 2012)

Browse through Inside Track’s June 2012 edition (Issue 101) with links to some of the items from this issue. You can purchase back issues of this issue on this page as well.

Read more ›
by / on June 20, 2012 at 4:47 pm / in Drag Racing, Feature Article, Washington

Ty Anderson (issue 101)

Ty Anderson has fond childhood memories of going to the drag races with his father John, who kicked off a short career fielding a modified Model A coupe called Lil’ Ugly from 1959 through the mid-’60s. In 2001, Ty was finally ready to go racing himself, and he knew it was something he wanted to do together with his dad.

Read more ›
by / on June 20, 2012 at 4:47 pm / in Feature Article, Motorsports Industry

RPM Workshops (issue 101)

To some promoters, RPM’s annual gathering inReno,Nev., is a good way to wrap up the season. To others, it is more about jump starting preparations for the coming season. Either way, the workshops put on by Race Promotion Monthly are a great way to exchange ideas and learn from the experiences of other promoters from all over the country.

Read more ›
by / on June 25, 2004 at 5:42 pm / in Feature Article, Stock Cars, Washington

Tom Hughs and John Salemi (issue 59)

In the Super Stock ranks, two drivers have arrived at the Monroe track from opposite ends of the country. Tom Hughs calls Arlington, Wash., home, but fellow driver John Salemi has made the trip from Nashua, New Hampshire, to take part in the feature.

Read more ›
by / on June 25, 2004 at 5:37 pm / in Feature Article, Motorsports Industry, Washington

RaceCals (issue 59)

Nestled in the wooded hillside overlooking Flaming Geyser State Park, an array of colorful stickers on the door of an otherwise non-descript garage are the only indication that one has arrived at MJB Screenprint, home of RaceCals. Inside, hundreds-maybe thousands-of stickers cover almost every inch of wall space as a colorful testament to the artistic talent of Andy Benedetti.

Read more ›