Keith Rauch

Keith Rauch was born in 1969 in Phoenix, Arizona. His racing career began at the age of 4 1/2 when his father, Ed, purchased his first Quarter Midget. Keith raced Quarter Midgets until he turned 14, running locally at South Mountain Speedway and travelling to national...

Ed Renck

Ed Renck won multiple NHRA Division V championships in two classes while competing at tracks across the nation from 1967 to 1983.  He also competed in SCCA racing for 10 seasons, as well as in SCTA speed events on the Bonneville Salt Flats, where he set a new record...

Jack Richards

Jack Richards was born in Denver on August 8, 1921. After graduating from high school in 1939, he moved to Los Angeles, California, where he got a job at McDonnell Douglas installing instruments in DC-3’s. There he purchased a ’29 Model A body and frame and a ’31...

Sam Rodriguez

Sam Rodriguez was born in Hayden, Colo., in 1933. Following his release from active duty in the Marines, he attended Denver University. He attended his first midget race at Lakeside Speedway in 1947. Sam purchased his first race car, a V8-60, from Dick Kendrick, in...

Vern and Brian Raymer

Known as Raymer & Company, the father and son duo of Vern and Brian Raymer will go down in history as one of the most successful drag racing operations in Colorado. With Vern serving as owner, head mechanic and crew chief, and Brian as the driver, Raymer &...

Bill Rice

Born in Clarks, Nebraska, Bill Rice built his first car, a 1944 coup, which he raced in Grand Island, Nebraska and Julesburg, Colorado. In 1965, he teamed up with Pete Dudden to field a Mark Williams front engine AA fuel dragster with a Ron Bement body and a...