STOCK CAR RACING 1977 NOV - ISAAC, LAZZARO, LIBBY, RAMO
Within this issue you will discover the following topics:
1) FORD AND OHLMANN AT LOUISVILLE - Al Stilley points the finger at a young man very much on the move
2) DON BEIDERMAN UPSETS HEAVY FIELD AT OXFORD 250 - An outsider with an ugly car upsets the superstars at Oxford's big one.
3) ANOTHER BIZARRE TALLADEGA - The race track with surprises finds Waltrip winning with Donnie.
4) WALTRIP WINS ANOTHER - David Arndt photo essays Darrell's Monday win at MIS.
5) RAMO BEATS MUD AND DUST AT SPRINGFIELD - Nobody wanted rain but the dust that followed was totally unexpected.
6) BOBBY ISAAC - Don O'Reilly takes a close look at the man, the myth and his life as a driver.
7) BOBBY ISAAC'S LAST RIDE - An intimate portrait by Bob Myers
8) BOB OLIVER PASSES - He was one of the pioneers of modified racing and theme character of a hundred legends.
9) SUPERSPEEDWAY - A review of one of the best GN books to come off the fourth turn.
10) WHY THEY CRASH AT FLEMINGTON - Flemington is known for wild modified crashes but Herb Anastor's story points out it should be better known for tough racing.
11) NUTS TO OIL CHECKS - sight plugs have a way of saving people's rear ends.
12) LAZZARO IS BACK - The Monk's had a couple of bad years but now he's back running red hot.
13) THE LIBBY BROTHERS - A 28 year relationship, our cover story.
Plus other hot racing items.