"i too admire of robby's work on the course - nascar, imsa, scca champ car, dakar, score, bitd, etc. i have been to my fair share of nascar events - including my first ever race in summer 1968 in alabama where this guy called "red…"
"the 70's were a great time for race fans in california. the NASCAR grand national circuit came through three times a year; twice to riverside and once to ontario. large horsepower, under-tired grand national stock cars, driven by guys who…"
"I saw robby in jack roush machines and in champ cars at portland in the mid to late 80's. very good road racer. I also saw him frustrate the heck out of eddie cheever - who was attempting to "mentor" robby in a champ car at portland.…"
"mike. i am 52... my oldest is a h.s. senior, youngest a h.s. sophomore... i thought the same. then 8 years ago i married an angelita with two daughters, 33 and 31. now i have 5 grandchildren. point is, you never know.... happy new year."
"this is irrelevent to the main thread, but... we drove the 14 hours up to edmonton and had a great experience. no sport provides access to its stars the way indy car/champ car does. well worth the trip."
"it was the '89 or '90 long beach grand prix.
two of the formula atlantics tangled up and ended up sliding upside down on their rollbars down the escape road at the end of the backstretch.... on the cool down lap - post checkered flag"
"Thanks for the link to the PIR video. I saw many CART and IMSA events there in the 80's and 90's. Including one of Robby's eary CART rides in the Target car... It was obvious that he was chaffing under the "tutelage" of…"
Hi Raymond, this might help and yes you need to watch on the whole interview.
and, there was never any sort of note that said "speedfactory.tv" is just a temp logo marketing device. from my perspective, it was an interesting and fascinating look behind the scenes that just sort of petered out without explanantion. i guess i am saying there was no conclusion, and i (we) were left hanging.