Mike Gregg

Mike Gregg began his Midget racing career in Washington in 1971. During that first year, he earned the Washington Midget Auto Racing Association’s “Rookie of the Year” award. Mike raced in Washington during the 1971 and 1972 seasons, before he jumped to the United...

Paul Garrison

Born in Winterset, Iowa in 1938, Paul Garrison discovered his love for racing when, at age 14, he joined his crafty friends and snuck into the Des Moines track. From that evening on, Paul was hooked on motorsports. He had a short stent in drag racing while in Iowa,...

Joe Garone

Joe Garone’s rise to the president/general manager position of Denver’s successful NASCAR Sprint Cup team — Furniture Row Racing – started at an early age while accompanying his racing parents to the Colorado short tracks. There is little doubt that his motorsports...

Joe Giba

Joe Giba’ s motorsports career spanned more than 33 years, including racing both motorcycles and midgets. During his career, he won two Colorado Midget Racing Association features in Pueblo in 1947. He also won 10 Rocky Mountain Midget Racing Association features in...

Les Gaylord

Les Gaylord started his racing career in 1951 in a 1949 MGTC on a street course race in Aspen, Colorado, with his wife as a passenger. That race began a 53 year Sports Car Club of America racing career. He won so many SCCA regional and national races that no ones is...

Judy Lilly Gunson

Judy Lilly Gunson started her drag racing career in a 1961 Corvette. In 1965, she won her class in super stock at both the National Hot Rod Association’s Winter Nationals in Pomona, California and at the U.S. Nationals in Indianapolis. Between 1967 and 1970, Judy won...