Not all trips leading to an open-wheel racing career are smooth, and Hoosier State native Dustin Clark can certainly second that statement.
Gene Nolen's commitment to the USAC Silver Crown Series came with both tangible and intangible, costs. While he had a strong and loyal team, resources were stretched thin.
Even in dark times, you can find evidence of symmetry in life, and even glean meaning from events that cause one to experience profound grief.
The winter afternoon is crisp and cold outside a ranch home, with the wind blowing across the Indiana landscape and whistling a haunting tune in the trees surrounding the place.
Gary Elsbury knew immediately that something was wrong.
Bob East can still remember the day when he looked up and saw a shorts-clad kid with a mop of hair heading his direction.
Anyone who has spent more than a minute in a basic psychology class has been exposed to Erik Erikson’s theory of human development.
This is the final part of a three-part story on the career of Rollie Helmling that appeared in the April issue of Sprint Car & Midget Magazine.
This is part two of a three-part story on the career of Rollie Helmling that appeared in the April issue of Sprint Car & Midget Magazine.
With World War II in the rearview mirror, and with his service in the US Navy complete, Harold Helmling was anxious to enjoy the fruits of civilian life.
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