Let me hear it.
I can't pick just one.... But these are my favorites.
Steve Reyes. Back in the print days, long before drag racing was on cable TV and the internet, the photographers were truly the eyes of the fan and Reyes was one the best. The problem was we didn't know much about The Guy Behind the Camera. Until this episode of Legends.
Tony Christian. It featured my "no BS" homeboy in all his glory...
Garlits. Because Big Daddy not only raced hard, he still tells some of the best stories and this episode did not disappoint....
Richard Tharp. This episode conveyed what a bad ass racer Tharp was. It also showed he had heart.
Larry Sutton. This episode not only interviewed a hardcore racer, but it showed the genuine, caring individual that Sutton is.
Snake.... My drag racing idol as a kid and to this day.
Bob Glidden. Another idol. This episode is one of my favorites because Bobby got a typically tight lipped Glidden to open up.
Austin Coil. Again, another subject that was very candid in his comments.
Eric Medlin. This episode was funny, heartbreaking, and inspiring.
Jim Dunne. His story is cool and the stories he told were great.
Dale Pulde. This episode allowed the emotional side of one the most hard nosed drag racers ever, to surface.
Dave Wallace Jr. If the photographers were "the eyes" of the fan, the writers were "the ears". Wallace is a legend at his craft, his story is great and the perspective he conveys in this episode is extremely notable.
To be continued.....
Glidden and reher Morrison
No Jungle Pam? Come on fellas
I think they were all great. Each episode gives an insight into the person that most of us didn't know.
Agreed! Not a bad show in the bunch.
Most recently, I really liked the episode about Blaine Johnson.
Willy, Thanks for posting all of those links . Now I can go back and find them easier!
I just re-watched the season 2 Bob Glidden episode. Cool stuff. 👍️
Hearing him say a few things about the way pro stock was handled by NHRA back then seems like he had a vision of the future...
I was thinking the same thing.
Legends/Story Tellers......Rickie Smith. Bob Glidden and Pam too.
Story Tellers.....Rickie Smith hands down. Monkey wrassling made me truly laugh out loud.
There are just to many good ones for me to make a decision. But, I can say that one of the coolest things is when Al Segrini stops by the trailer and him and Jim Dunn start telling stories. He came by last week at Norwalk and he always stops by in Epping.
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