Taylors show how teamwork can win both races and friends

Motor sports

November 19, 1995|By Stanley Dillon | Stanley Dillon,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

Drag racing like any motor sport requires a lot of hard work and dedication. While the drivers receive most of the recognition, they know better than anyone that it takes more than one person to be successful.

blood," recalled Larie. "I have never tried to change that. It has become a part of my life, too."

Together, the Taylors have made many friends in racing, across the country and at home. It is not unusual for Chuck to take time at the track to help another driver. He also builds transmissions and motors for other drivers.

Once again, Larie and Chuck have been nominated by their peers as best supporting crew, an honor they have won several times at the 75-80 Dragway awards banquet.

The Taylors are a racing family. Their spirit is what drag racing is all about.

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