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Luca Badoer
Loris Capirossi, Giovanni Calabrese and Antonio Rodriguez Uniroyal Fun Cup
The Trofeo Pirelli Coppa Shell drivers Cristian Francescon
Giorgio Sernagiotto Modified champion Jamie Tomaino with Motorsport.com's Ken Plotkin
Al Hamilton's #77 Super Sprinter.  Greg Hodnett at the wheel this year. Ferrari Grand Prix car, driven by 7-time World Champion Michael Schumacher in 2000.  Updated to 2004 markings.
The Ferrari's steering wheel 1999 Dallara Firestone Firehawk Indy Car
The Dallara's steering wheel A modern Kart
A quarter midget.  Great way for youngsters to start. Two future stars.  Kala Proctor and Stephanie Smith drive Microrods with the Syracuse Quarter Midget & Microrod Club.  The club is currently raising money for a new track.
Sportsman.  #M40 We used to call these
Super Sprint driver Lucas Wolfe.  Look for his #5W at Williams Grove and Lincoln this season. Ed Foley, with his Pro Stock dragster
Jason Smith with his AJF Racing #50 #25 Late Model, driven by David Williams
Speed on the water.  American Power Boat Association display. 1980 Sportsman Dirt Car. Raced at Bridgeport from 1979 through 1990 by Wayne Weaver (original builder, with Paul Weaver and Tom Ballard), Dan Reick, John Morris and Ted Grieves.
#199 driven by Gary Wolford.  Won the last Flathead race at Reading, in 1962. Flathead powerplant in the #199.
Reading Fair track, in miniature Veteran drivers, ready to sign autographs
#24 Ken Brenn Offy Midget.  Drivers included Bobby Unser, Don Branson and Len Duncan.  Dubbed Dick Briggs, owner and restorer of #24.  Dick was the chief mechanic on the Ken Brenn team in the 50s, 60s and 70s.
Crosley-powered 3/4 Midget.  Driven by Bob Dini, Tony Romit and Johnny Coy.  The offset engine put weight on the outside wheels for traction on slick indoor tracks. #9 Wolfe Brothers Special.  Fred Putney drove this car to 24 wins and two championships at Silver Spring, from 1972-1976.
Replica of the Dobbins #1 Sprint Car, driven by Pancho Carter in the 1970s. Butch Wilkerson, three-time Sprint champion at Lawrenceberg Speedway, poses with the #1 replicar.
The Bill Morsch X-5 Pinto Honey, I shrank the Troy Ruttman Big Car