STOCK CAR RACING 1978 AUG - SWINDELL, ASCOT, TALLADEGA
Within this issue you will discover the following topics:
1) BREAK UP THE PAVEMENT! - A growing number of paved tracks are converting to Dirt. Aridy Fusco tells why.
2) BEST DIRT TRACK IN THE COUNTRY? - Ascot Speedway in California may be America's best dirt track with thrill a lap flat out racing.
3) UNSURVIVABLE. - The story of an unsurvivable dirt track crash.
4) DIRT COLOR. - Blazing color from Haubstadt Speedway in Indiana and Williams Grove in Pennsylvania.
5) I'LL GET MY CHANCE. - Steve Smith is a driver with skill, style and the realistic goal of Indianapolis.
6) THE INVASION OF SOUTH GEORGIA BY AN ARMY OF ENEMY FLORIDIAN RACERS. - Clint Johnson tells the amazing tale.
7) AL HOLBERT TRIES THE OVALS. - Paul Allen's articulate account of a heads-up road racer's attempt to crack NASCAR.
8) SAMMY SWINDELL - The Quiet Stormer - Swindell is usually packed in a suitcase and headed down an interstate for a dirt track.
9) PAGE FROM THE PAST. - Dirt Track Roots, courtesy of Union 76, in pictures.
10) THE TOGNOTTI-FERKEL SPRINTER. - It's simple, Tognotti wants to be your car company and he's got the chassis to do it.
11) HERE COMES A REVOLUTION! - Automatic transmissions may obsolete the clutch in oval track racing.
12) TOBY'S TUBES. - Project Modified's second installment sees the chassis complete and ready for the running gear.
13) MORE MOTOR, LESS WEIGHT. - It's what's happening to sprint car racing across the country.
14) CAGLE ON CROSS WEIGHT - Will Cagle wins over 25 dirt races a year and his ideas on wedge are different from most.
15) ARM RESTRAINTS - They're the coming thing in all open cockpit racing.
16) SENNEKER AND THE ASA SCORE BIG AT MILWAUKEE - Al Stilley's story looks at the ASRs move to the big mile.
17) FROST, FIRE AND SYRACUSE - The ill fated Shaefer 100 is finally run and Fusco was there with Ace Lane and Mel Stettler.
18) TALLADEGA - The big 2 1/2 miler always produces surprises and drama and this time was no different.
Plus other hot racing items.