Friends at Mid-Ohio - it was lunch break I think, and we are gathered at Alfie's old converted bus which he carried his 69 camaro race car in. I am leaning against the bus and you can see my hand sticking out. Mo is standing with his hat on, and to his right is "Stevie" (Stephanie), Alfie's wife. She was also a racer in a mini and a camaro, but not T/A. Sadly, she passed away in the early eighiies from cancer. Alfie is sitting down and his young mechanic helper guy Barry Coombs, has his head turned around looking at something. I had some contact with him a few years ago. Alfie is also gone, killed in a road crash several years ago. He was a neat guy. Before joining the T/A series, he raced a Chinook Can-Am car and a Chinook F 5000 car.
Tire grunt work at MO - mechanic Roy Bean and I are checking out our race tires, hoping that they would last the distance of the race, as they were probably used. Roy would later club race the first Dick Hoffman 70 camaro which eventually passed thru my hands. Last talked to Roy a few years ago - he built a race truck and maintained it for his employer. He also, in the late seventies, worked for Brad Franciis, who built Mo's tube frame IMSA camaro. Brad is a tech director for a Nascar team, last I heard.