Wes Pettengill, who took supermodified films and photographs for
years, has released a unique, limited edition commemorative collage
of the great Ollie Silva.
Only 100 have been printed. They are numbered, signed by Wes, and
they feature a color portrait of Ollie and five color action shots.
This is a beautiful wall piece, 16" x 20" on heavy photographic
(6 CD version)
Sex, Lies & Superspeedways
A new audio book
version of Smokey’s autobiography.
They took some of the best stories from Smokey’s book,
Best Damn Garage in Town…The World According to Smokey, and put them
on 4 cassettes.
And best of all, Sex, Lies & Superspeedways was read by John
DeLorean. Smokey and John worked together and were good friends for
over 40 years.
(7 CD version)
More, Sex, Lies & Superspeedways
More stories from
Best Damn Garage in Town.
To add to the fun, people from all around racing read Smokey's
stories on this 7 CD- set. And while they’re at it, they give you
their thoughts on Smokey. You won't believe what they have to say!
Readers include Dick Berggren, of Speedway Illustrated and Fox
Sports pit reporter; Dave Bowman Co-host of Two Guys Garage; Monte
Dutton, author and racing reporter; Ray Evernham, Cup team owner;
Don Garlits, top fuel drag racing champion, Ralph Johnson inventor
of the double-pumper carburetor; Steve Lewis USAC midget team owner,
Bentley Warren Testimonial Poster
edition poster was designed and printed for Bentley
Warren’s testimonial dinner at Thompson Connecticut
Speedway, November 1, 2003. It features in the center
a color picture of Warren winning the Oswego Classic
in 1969. Surrounding the center photo are 19 pictures
of Bentley’s most famous rides from the Northeast
Bullrings to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. A neat
piece featuring one of America’s most colorful
drivers displaying over 40 years of winning, 6 decades
of racing, USAC, ARDC, and URDC.
framing at 20” x 16” on heavy stock.
was a 1/4 mile asphalt track located in Groveland, Massachusetts.
It was carved out of a sand pit along the Merrimac River,
right near the center of town. Pines hosted midget racing
during the open wheel heyday and subsequently featured
jalopies in the early fifties. As time went by, rules
were relaxed, and the popular bull ring arguably became
the birth place of the New England area supermodifieds.
The limited edition poster celebrates the fabulous super
racing of the early sixties. Given its large format,
the Pines Poster is perfect for framing and it will
clearly become a collectors item.
19 Northeast Super-modified Drivers, 3 Hall of Fame
drivers: Parky Parkhurst, Dick Edgerly, Howie Brown,
Don Monaghan, Ron Herbert, Buzzy Bezanson, Mike Murphy,
Bill Murphy, Carl Toberio, Lee Allard, Bob Cloutier,
Frank Conway, Jim Martel, Ed Skofield, Eddie West, Don
Maclaren, Jim Landry, Ollie Silva, Bentley Warren.
of the 100 available copies. Only 300 copies were ever
printed. This poster will never be reproduced again.
Printed on heavy
photographic paper, suitable for framing, 16x