The lure of Land Speed Racing to me personally is the ability of the common
man to design, build, and drive his own car into the record books...
for us to have continued success and for the sport to continue into the
next millenium we have to support and publicize our efforts... The
International Motor Sports Hall of Fame is simply another venue to
Highlight our efforts..
With all of that garbage out of the way It is my opinion that the one
person who truly epitomizes our character is Al Teague.. he is a world
renown racer who on a budget has sought out a Record and tirelessly went
after it... Limited budgets and engineering has not stopped him from
attaining his goal. Al Teague is in my opinion the consummate Hot
This is only my opinion and I am truly open to your suggestions...
Austin Healey 100 / Bugeye / Box Sprite / Bonneville Land Speed Racer
Camero ( D Gas Altered )
> From: Keith Turk <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: Chuck Rothfuss <email@example.com>;
> Subject: Motorsports Hall of fame
> Date: Wednesday, January 13, 1999 4:42 AM
> Guys for us to create this forum and to make it viable is going to take
> many many folks... Wendy's comment in BRN and our continued use will make
> it Viable... when folks sign on there has to be some content each day.
> along that line I would like to suggest that we start a discussion on a
> subject we can all have an opinion about...
> There is an opportunity to submit a Name to the nominating committee of
> International Motorsports Hall of Fame in Talladega Alabama... There are
> several Hall of Fames out there but this is the only one that is truly
> international and is the only true Non specific Class of Motorsports Hall
> of fame... there is coverage by Espm Tnn and Speed Vision on the
> ceremonies each year... Some of the Inductees include Stirling Moss,
> Hill, Donald Healey, Ralph Earnhardt, Lee Petty, AJ Foyt,
> The list goes on and I would be happy to copy it for all to see... I have
> been involved in getting Donald Healey nominated and inducted and know
> basic procedures.
> It takes time and might be a two year event... but what I am saying is I
> would like your opinion about who we should nominate should we chose to
> I know who my heroes are and I know who I would nominate if I had the
> let me know who yours are... and if you think this is a viable Idea...
> Keith Turk
> Austin Healey 100 / Bugeye / Box Sprite / Bonneville Land Speed Racer
> Camero ( D Gas Altered )
> > From: Chuck Rothfuss <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > To: Landemail@example.com
> > Subject: Re: Hello from Bonn Racing News
> > Date: Monday, January 11, 1999 8:49 PM
> > Wendy,
> > Excellent questions that may interest everyone.
> > >What prompted you to create the list?
> > Keith Turk and I were talking about our favorite lists (Bluebirds and
> > Healeys) and I mentioned that I hadn't seen a LSR list, and that there
> > be some interest. Next thing I know Keith is sending me sign-up
> > >When did you start it?
> > You haven't missed much. We started it on the 8th of January.
> > >Who is on it?
> > Hopefully, in a few days...everyone who enjoys land speed racing. :)
> > already heard some big names being dropped, and we've already reached
> > Austrailian coast.
> > >What are your plans for the future of the list?
> > It's hard enough to find information specific to LSR, and hopefully
> > list will foster exchanges of information that will benefit everyone.
> > keep us motivated between events and monthly newsletters.
> > >Got any experts eager to tackle tough questions?
> > Now that's where we're counting on the Bonneville Racing News, and
> > everyone else on the list now to help. If we're gonna get those tough
> > questions answered we need a large list with a varied experience base.
> > interest sure seems to be there, we just have to get the word out.
> > for your help.
> > Chuck Rothfuss
> > Pole Cat Hollow, NC