Daytona International Speedway President Chip Wile and 100-year-old DIS ticket taker Lightnin Epton. NASCAR filmed on Racing's North Turns deck August 2020.
NASCAR filming for the FIrecracker 400 2020 race, Vice President Mike Helton on Racing's North Turn deck
Vice President of NASCAR Mike Helton and legend Bill Blair talking to owner Walt Glasnak
Great Glen Wood with Walter and Rhonda Glasnak, owners
Racing Celebrity, CBS Sports announcer Ken Squire
Racing Legend Russ Truelove
Richard Childress stopped in to visit with his friends.
From left, Walt Glasnak, Humpy Wheeler, former President of Charlotte Motor Speedway, former NASCAR Hall of Fame Historian and Host of Legends of Racing Radio Buz Mckim and Rhonda Glasnak
Richard Petty visit's North Turn for the Historic North Turn Legends Beach Parade
Rhonda Glasnak, Russ Truelove, Ray Chalke, Walt Glasnak recognizing the historical marker that the Town of Ponce Inlet dedicated with Ray Chalke’s racing picture on the North Turn marker. You will find Russ Truelove’s on the South Turn marker located on Atlantic and beach st.
Danny "Chocolate" Myers Caron Myers
Vicki Wood during he 100 Birthday party at
Racing's North Turn
Paul Goldsmith reunited with his 1958 Roarin Relic at the North Turn.
Rutledge Wood having a bite to eat after filming,
Off the Grid.
Left to right, Liz Allison, Red Farmer, Donnie Allison, Linda Vaughn, Bobbie Allison and Bonnie Allison.
Rhonda Glasnak and Leonard Wood
Russ Truelove and his iconic #226.
Edsel Ford II stopped by Racing's North Turn for dinner.
Sterling Marlin stopped in during race week.
Daytona 500 winner Marvin Panch and Brian Johnson filmed one of the “Cars that Rock“ show at Racing’s North Turn.
Rutledge Wood and Kyle Petty filming a show for NASCAR in the entrance of Racing’s North Turn