As an instructor pilot in Attack Helicopters the last thing I ever wanted
to hear was ..."hey watch this"
Great Idea Chuck... for the sport to perpetuate and thrive in the future...
it is going to take some new blood so to speak... same as the Healey Club I
belong to...we are constantly thinking of the future..
Guys like Doc Jeffries and John Beckett are the folks who have given us the
opportunities... it is our turn to carry the torch... Trying to keep from
getting burned it the real trying issue.. or burned out... Hey anybody want
to come help sand this old race car....?
Keith Turk BN2, AN5, AN9, Bonneville Camaro LSR
> From: Chuck Rothfuss <email@example.com>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: MORE POWER
> Date: Tuesday, January 19, 1999 9:26 AM
> As I was searching for ideas on how to increase the awareness of land
> speed racing, especially for the fairly new East Coast Timing
> was struck by this strange thought; Here in the U.S. we have a couple
> television personalities that are known gear heads. These guys aren't
> about their love for cars and driving fast. Both have homes here on the
> East Coast, and both may have some disposable income to contribute to
> the salt and the Maxton track. They could even fly in and taxi right up
> the starting line at Maxton.
> Obviously this is a long shot, but Keith Turk and I have started
> messages of invitation to Jay Leno and Tim Allen, to see if they'd come
> and visit us. A mention on the Tonite Show or Tool Time could do a lot
> increase the visibility of our sport. If you'd like get on the band
> you can send e-mail to Tim Allen at Tim@morepower.com and to Jay Leno at
> Chuck "Hey ya'll, watch this!" Rothfuss
> Pole Cat Hollow, NC