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#1000 - Racer/joker Eddie Sachs, atop the Ray Brady Special at Indy in 1956, said, In 1954 I returned to the track and failed my drivers test.
I became the first man in the history of the Indianapolis Speedway to fail his test twice.
Leading was Bob Bushley, a local driver from North Windham, ME, in kind of a funky, home-built machine.
Bushley, part of one of Maines most respected racing families, later updated to a sprint car but died in July 1974 when he crashed heavily into that same concrete wall.
From #991 - Geoff Bodine ran a Pinto-bodied modified in 1981.
In the famous Snap 6, an Edmunds sprint car, was Jim Martel, a highly regarded veteran from Massachusetts, who continued on to a stellar career.From #992 - This Fuel Altered car, the Winged Express, ran an impressive 7.29 at 207.00mph at the 1968 Pomona NHRA Winternationals.