You can download newspaper clips about Walt Keiper of Trenton
NJ who was the first driver for Wally Marks. here
Early New Egypt Speedway clips added to clips page. here
You can now download newspaper clips in pdf format. here
New picture of the speedway car after Wally converted it for AAA
Three new programs from Hatfield, Langhorne, and Yellow Jacket. here
new photos from Ebay. here
Two new programs from Hatfield and Altamont. here
11-16-14 Three new Frank Lofland photos from the Phil Davis Collection. here
New prewar photo of Wally Marks and the Marks special. here
One of the most unbelievable photos in years and one other from
Motorsports. here here
And the website upgrade is complete. All photos have been enlarged
for better viewing. A year long project.
The last of the Tommy Bradshaw collection at GSVSCC. here
Part 3 of the Tommy Bradshaw collection at GSVSCC. here
Various photos from my eBay finds.. here
photos from John Legenfelder's collection. here
More photos from the Tommy Bradshaw collection at the Garden State Vintage Stock Car Club
are posted. here
donated the 1948 ASCRA champion Tommy Bradshaw's scrapbook to
the Garden State Vintage Stock Car Club (GSVSCC). The first of 50
new photos are here in the new Tommy Bradshaw section. Thanks Ray
through converting the website to be more tablet friendly (I've made
the pictures much larger). Hope to finish by end of the summer.
04-24-12 Created a
brand new section. The SnapShot section. here
02-18-12 New Bill
Webster photo from Larry Jendras of Wally at Reading. here
01-30-12 New photo
from Paul Weisel of Wally and Joe Wolf. here
ASCRA program from the boys of Tri-State vintage. Thanks Wyatt!! here
01-03-12 Many new
photos from the EMMR/NOTARC Collection. here
12-13-11 Awesome new
program from Dover July 20, 1947 here.
11-27-11 One more
from 1953 at Williams Grove here.
Sweet Pepper Cunningham photo from Langhorne. here
Start of the feature at Dover 1947. here
Action at Langhorne in 1939. here
05-18-11 New ASCRA
banquet program from 1949 here.
Now we have all three!!! Also new Williams Grove program here
Langhorne program from 1952 here.
Thanks to Russ Dodge!
stretch photo around 1947/1948 from Chic Dinatale Jr. Thanks
02-16-11 Two new
photos from Snyder video. here
02-11-11 Eleven new
photos of the Frank Curtis Offy in the 1953 section. Two new photos
in the 1954 section. here
02-01-11 Two new AAA
big car programs. (here)
(here) and a
new Speedway Division picture. here
12-18-10 Three new
photos from the Larry Jendras collection. (here)
11-21-10 Two new
photos. Uncle Tommy from Ebay (here)
and Chick Dinatale from Russ Dodge. (here)
05-20-10 New color
photo of the Frank Curtis Offy at Flemington from Butch Pletcher.
Thanks Butch!!. (here)
02-23-10 Here is the
rest of the Tom Alfrey Collection. (here)
02-11-10 Russ Dodge
sent photos of Sam Cannizzaro and Eddie Ader. (here)
Jendras Jr sent me a great Bill Webster photo of Wally at Willams
Grove on April 25, 1954. (here)
01-08-10 I have added
the Tom Alfrey collection to the website. Tom's father, the late
Emmett Alfrey, a long time owner and mechanic, was involved with the
Grbac's since the 1940's. Thanks so much Tom!! (here)
10-29-09 Two new
programs from the John Lengenfelder Collection (here)
07-20-09 Two new
sprint car photos from Ebay. (here)
7-08-09 Three new
photos from the George Koyt Collection (here)
04-28-09 Dave Burt
from Western Pennsylvania provided the program from the ASCRA visit
to Uniontown PA on April 25, 1948. Thanks Dave!!!. (here)
03-09-09 Ray Neary
provided the program from the 1950 ASCRA banquet. (here)
11-06-08 New picture
of Fonty Flock in the competitors section. (here)
10-22-08 New pages in
the 1949 section including a picture of Wally's restored 1949 ASCRA
Championship trophy. (here)
08-25-08 Ray Neary
provided the new drawing on the home page. He also suggested a new
section for Wally Marks. Great idea Ray!!. Thanks. (here)
07-07-08 New pictures
from Daytona in 1953. Thanks to Joel Naprstek. (here)
(here 2) (here3)
07-04-08 New program
in the Programs Section from Langhorne in 1947. Red Byron was the
06-12-08 Gil Hearne
sent me two 1947 photos of Uncle Tommy (here)
and Leon McBride (here).
03-27-08 New program
in the Programs Section from Williams Grove in 1949. Thanks to Larry
03-13-08 New photo of
Wally's second #29 in the 1947 section. Thanks to Charlie Donnell.
03-11-08 New program
in the Programs Section from Yellow Jacket Speedway in 1949. An
unbelievable find on Ebay.
03-01-08 Two new
photos in the Competitors/Other section of Paul Barbiche and
Rocky DiNatale. Thanks to Russ Dodge.
02-01-08 Three new
Frank Smith photos of Uncle Tommy's win at Flemington in 1948 in the
Competitors/Tommy Coates section. Thanks to Russ Dodge.
12-01-07 Three new
photos of the Frank Curtis Offy in the 1953 section.
new program in the Programs Section from Hatfield AAA big car race
on July 10, 1954. This is Wally's last race.
to visit Bill Tanner Jr. He let me borrow his scrapbook. There is a
new section for him under competitors. There are also new photos and
updated information in the 1949 and 1950 sections.
New photos from the Walter Imlay collection in the 1953 and 1954
sections. Contact Richard Imlay if you wish to have copies at
New photos of Wally's restored Nascar Speedway Division car in the
1952 section. New photo of Wally Mark's car in 1950 section. Thanks to
New photo of the #29 in the 1948 section. Thanks to Paul Weisel.
New link to Bob Lawrence's pages on Wally's AAA Sprint Car in the
1953 section. Also new photo at Wally's gravesite in the July 17,
I received an email from John Kuhn. His father Jack was the owner of
the Jack's Garage #29 driven by Lou Johnson , Eddie Chester and
later by Pete Harris. He lent me his pictures for posting on the site. There are
40 new pictures throughout the site and 1 new program. There is also
a new section of the "Boys in Action".
Driver Pat McBride whose father was ASCRA president/driver/owner
Leon McBride sent me his pictures. Thanks to Jim G.
Went to visit Pepper Cunningham's daughter. She let me borrow her
scrapbook! Plenty of new pictures throughout the site. Also there is
a new section for scans of original racing programs.
to visit Frankie Schneider at his farm.