Born in 1901 in Colorado, Vic Felt started racing in 1924. He won the Rocky Mountain Championship in 1926 and the AAA Championship in 1929. Felt competed at many famous half-mail and mile speedways including Ascot in California and Overland Park in Denver. During his career, he raced from California to Wisconsin and from Texas to Colorado. He retired from driving in 1933 and began to develop the Norberg engine. He was also a top car owner fielding cars for many fine drivers including Lloyd Axel, Cal Niday, Aaron Woodward and many more.