Racing was monkey business
Updated: December 3, 2000, 12:53 AM ETBy Lisette Hilton | Special to ESPN.com
Signature Race Feb. 27, 1955 - Tim Flock was so angry when he was disqualified on a technicality at Daytona last year that he quit driving, vowing never to compete in a NASCAR race again. But Flock grew bored and made a brief return late in 1954.Although he came back to Daytona Beach in February 1955, it was only as a spectator. However, after seeing Carl Kiekhaefer's new Chrysler 300, Flock's eyes lit up and he wanted back in. Kiekhaefer gave him the ride. Flock won the pole ...
Read full story