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Gary Beck, 2 time World Champion NHRA top fuel drag racer.
Parisians can be touchy, but so are many city people, I worked in France for two years, with my voice, the Marseille accent came normally, and you do not want to get into an argument with me
There are several major disadvantages to being a successful racer in Canada. Parts & fuel have always cost more up here (at times as much as 50% more). Our racing season is relatively short, realistically May - Mid October at the latest.
Didn’t know he was Canadian, thank you
Born in Seattle, but lived & raced out of Edmonton.
When I was racing in the early 80's Avgas was already $3.00 a gallon & racing fuel even more.
Very true, for some odd reason the Players GM Series came out of the back of my head, started this mess
Two from the way back Epie Wietsist (appoligees for spelling) Paul Cooke
A youth who grew up racing Andretti, Rahal, Unser, he taught Schumacher how to play rough
He had one toe over the line
Boston three times. New York dozens.
Actually three, Gilles, Jacques the uncle, and Jacques, Gilles’ son. I used to be pretty fluent in Québécois, don’t air that out in Paris
You Ontario’s Gregg Moore (ugh), Senior Division Mo Carter, Jeez , didn’t you ever go to a race?