VIR- April 1965 - Keep an Eye On....
No. 44 - Bob Tullius
.Tullius is Mr.Triumph,dominated SCCA class D in
'64, often beat class C cars in the process.
No. 24 - Graham Shaw .... top production car driver active in the South.
His orange Cobra can't be missed.
No. 74 - Don Sesslar
..'64 national champion in class F moves up to
class B in the new Sunbeam Tiger. He'll have his hands full with '64 class
B champion Frank Domminiani and Don Yenko in Corvettes.
No. 77 - Bruce Jennings. .. .'64 national champion in class C is the country's
top Porsche driver, earned ride in Chapparal at Sebring.
No. 9 - Chuck Stoddard .... a very earnest and talented Alfa Romeo pilot
with plans to make certain that Jennings earns his trophy.
No.48 - Brad Picard... best of the MGB brigade,could give Tullius a tussle.
No. 38 - George Frey. .. solid contender in class E, along with Ron Grable.
No. 84 - Brian Fuerstenau .... extremely able mechanic (he's behind the Tullius
Triumph)now going the driver route.
No.49 - Fred Darling .... hard driving Sprite chauffeur. Dick Gilmartin in
a Spitfire and Pat Mernone in a Morgan figure to be the top opposition in
No. 48 - Lou Kerr .... his 2 litre Brobham figures to be the fastest machine
in the modified race - if the driver has had sufficient time to learn the
No.62 - John Avent.... His Begra might be just the ticket to dethrone John
Gordon and his OSCA in the smallest modified class.