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August 30
THIS WEEKEND IN WATKINS GLEN

FRIDAY
GREEN GRAND PRIX
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620 S. Decatur St
Watkins Glen

(Watkins Glen Public Library)
SATURDAY AT THE I.M.R.R.C.
Author to Speak about Sports Car Racing
in the
Pacific Northwest

April 18

Martin Rudow, author of two acclaimed books about sports car racing in the Pacific Northwest, will speak at the International Motor Racing Research Center on Saturday, April 18.

The free Center Conversations talk will start at 1 p.m.

Rudow is author and publisher of "Long Straights and Hairpin Turns, The History of Northwest Sports Car Racing Volume 1: 1950 through 1961," released in 2005, and "Weekends of Glory, The History of Northwest Sports Car Racing, Volume Two: 1962 through 1970," released in 2008.

His Saturday presentation is part of three days of events heralding the seasonal return of racing to Watkins Glen International.

Rudow will speak about the drivers and fans in the Pacific Northwest who were pioneers in their region at a time when sports car racing was thriving in places like Watkins Glen and Pebble Beach, Calif.

"It was a different era," Rudow writes in the introduction to "Long Straights," "one of innocence and toughness, of friendship and fierce competition, of slower but more dangerous cars, of men and machines racing for nothing more than a small trophy or dash plaque. But it was glorious, it was wonderful, it was exciting beyond anything."

Rudow's three books were released by his Rudow Specialty Publishing, which also publishes Vintage Drift magazine for the Society of Vintage Racing Enthusiasts, SOVREN, the Pacific Northwest's largest and most active vintage racing club, along with other monthly and annual publications.

Born in Seattle, Rudow's first race as a spectator was the 1956 SCCA National at Bremerton, Wash. His father, Hal Rudow, was a racer and club official, and Rudow was present at the opening of each major track in the Northwest: Delta Park, site today of the Portland International Raceway; Westwood in Coquitlam, British Columbia; and Pacific Raceways in Kent, Wash.
You can follow in the tracks of Mario Andretti, Al Holbert, and Tony Stewart this weekend at the most famous road course in America, and benefit two great local non-profit organizations. Even better, you can do it in your very own grocery getter or sporty car.

$25 gets you 3 laps of Thunder In The Glen and benefits the Corning Community College Library and the International Motor Racing Research Center.
SEE YOU THERE!
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Saturday & Sunday
Aug 27 & 28, 2005

3 DVD set

Saturday
Late Model, Sportsman, & Legends heats & consis
Late Model feature
(no Sportsman or Legends mains)

Sunday
Street Stock & Modified heats
Street Stock main - 30 laps
Modified main - 200 laps
+ 11 interviews
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THE RACE REPORT mourns the
passing of Ken Randisi

Ken was a videographer for The Race Report for many years. He shot at Chemung, Evergreen, Mahoning Valley, Super DIRT week, and more. He was also an outstanding music video producer.
His Dad, Vince, was one of the greatest Street Stock drivers in the history of Shangri-La Speedway, as well as Jennerstown and Clearfield Speedways. Vince's battles with Ed McGuire were legendary.

Kenneth F. Randisi, 45 of Vestal, passed away unexpectedly, Sunday December 14, 2014. He was predeceased by his grandparents, William and Helen Grecko, Mary Randisi. He is survived by his mother, Kathleen Randisi; his father, Vincent Randisi; his fiancé, Roberta Neer; four children, Brandon, James, Kimberly and Krista Randisi; his aunt and uncle, Janet and David Bernstein; two great uncles and several cousins. Ken was an entrepreneur involved in the music production business most of his life. He was a sports enthusiast and a NASCAR fan. A funeral mass will be held Monday, 10:00 am at Our Lady of Sorrows Church, 801 Main St. Vestal, NY. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. The family will receive friends at the Pucedo Funeral Home on Sunday from 2 to 5 pm. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation for the benefit of his children to Kathleen Randisi.