Another race is in the can.
What have we learned from Sunday? Well, I can now name one song that Foghat has performed.
Bruton, please, please follow through on your threat to move one of your N. Hampshire races. How about two?
Sure, the last 20 laps or so were about as good as you can ask for, but it’s still a long circuitous way to go for a punch line.
History around this date is pretty uninspiring (probably because so many races were at Michigan around this time) so the best highlight I found was 6.25.72: At Texas World Speedway, trying to avoid a wreck, Richard Childress left the track and ended upside down in a ditch. He seems to be doing just fine.
If Ned were in the booth, we’d know what’s up with Larry Hedrick.
Ref: racing-reference.info, Greg Fielden’s “Forty Years of Stock Car Racing”, Richard Sowers’ “The Complete Statistical History of Stock-Car Racing”.