Shots of the famous and not so famous
photo credits: John E Kelley, Dave Nicholas, Michael Eaton, Dave Zych, Spankey Smith, Gordy Ruston, Rich Rea
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Skip Callanan was the force
behind the Roosevelt Fiat-Abarth
race team.
Bruce Cargill drove everything
from honker Jag XK120's
to Dodge Colts
Harry Carter drove sports cars
and formula cars with great success in the 50's & 60's
Dean Causey sits in his
Birdcage waiting the start
of the 61 Sebring 12 hour
Mickey Cohen, BARC member
drove Elva's & Lotii
Texan Alan Connell (l) was a
force in Ferrari, Maserati in
the 60's
We called George Constantine the Flying Greek.  His race notes were never far away. Constantine loved the John
Bunch Testa Rossa and won the Glen GP ion '61 with it
George Constantine takes the
checker in his Aston at
Thompson CT in 1959
  Piers Courage, heir to Courage Beer fortune, at Watkins Glen
in 1969.  He died in '70
Ed Crawford (r) with Walt Hansgen.  Crawford drove for Cunningham for several years
America's dean of road racing. Briggs Cunningham sits in
his Lister Jag at Lime rock
Lime Rock Lodge's Newt Davis
a great host, driver and party
  The fabulous Sherm Decker #67  in the Rat Cooper Ford he
somehow kept together
40hp or 600 made no difference to Decker.  He won in everything he drove Sherm made his fame in MG's
and he waits on the grid
in Team Poupard's car
Chuck and Suzie Dietrich
were both fast drivers.  It is
not Maynard J Krebs
Chuck and Suzie a few years
later in 65 looking very stylish
  Like his mentor Hansgen,
Mark Donohue drove everything
and drove it quick