Despite general chaos in the car industry, when the 101st edition of the nation’s largest auto show opened for its 10-day run on Feb. 13 in Chicago, it was pretty much business as usual with both display halls nearly full and little apparent skimping on the manufacturers’ displays.
Despite its half-century long racing history, there have only been three back-to-back winners at Daytona. The first was 'The King': Richard Petty.
Automotive history in general, and auto racing in particular, lost one of its legendary pioneers Sept. 14, when Marvin Edward Jenkins died at home in St. George, Utah, after a recent illness. He was 88.