“It’s an honor to help deliver the Roarin' Relic to the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America Museum at Daytona International Speedway,” said Goldsmith. “The car and I go a long way back. It will give people a chance to see what it was really like for us in NASCAR’s earliest years.”
During the event Goldsmith was joined by the one and only Linda Vaughn and NASCAR historian Buz McKim for a special edition of the Legends of Racing Radio Show and podcast. The show was recorded at Racing’s North Turn Restaurant in Ponce Inlet, Florida, named for its location at what was the North Turn of the old Daytona Beach Road Course.
In an exciting conclusion of the day’s events, racer and NASCAR Vice President of Racing Development Ben Kennedy took the “Roarin' Relic” out on Daytona International Speedway for demonstration laps.
Be sure to visit the 1949 Oldsmobile and other great racing machines and artifacts at the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America Museum located at the Daytona International Speedway or take a virtual tour by visiting this link.