Six Things From One Fireball Photograph
In this era it was very common for crew and spectators to listen to the radio broadcast of the race while watching the race
March 1973: After the Daytona 200 fireball collision, Mark Brelsford's damaged Harley-Davidson reveals the aftermath. Notable details include ripped exhaust pipes, a mechanic with a transistor radio, a battleship-like frame brace, dirt-packed mufflers spewing grass, plaid slacks, and one determined mom. (Image by Al Ivins)
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