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Ralph Nason - Stage 3
We pickup in the early 90's. Ralph's running ACT and nearly wins the championship. However, controversy follows a fateful day at Thunder Road.
Also, the man who started the short lived NEPSA tour discusses his early dominance and the problem it created.
Finally, will there be future racing at Unity? Ralph's answer may ultimately surprise you.
Ralph Nason - Stage 2
- Ralph wins at and eventually takes over Unity, but it's not the first race track he managed
- How he went from 3 to 60 cars in the matter of a few weeks after taking over his first track
- Controversial 1976 Oxford 250. Ralph's side.
- How Ricky Craven came on the scene at Unity
- Beating Junior Hanley
Ralph Nason - Stage 1
Ralph Nason wraps up season 1 of OTP with a three stage episode. The Hall of Famer gets into his timid early days, the infamous kit car, and great stories from the early days of Unity Raceway.
Goodwin Hannaford - Stage2
- Goodwin tells his side of the infamous Beech Ridge/modified/MSSCRA controversy
- His clash with NASCAR officials as an outsider at Thompson
- Wins and eventual championship with Josh Cantera.
- His health smuggles, and his support system
Goodwin Hannaford - Stage 1
Maine Motorsports Hall of Famer Goodwin Hannaford joins OTP for the first of two stages.
- Racing memories dating back to the 1950's
- Gains attention of General Motors for his work with fuel injection
- Rebuilds a Shelby Mustang Hugh Hefner totaled after 300 miles
- Shares his secrets for an effective educator.
Greg Peters - Stage 2
We pick up Greg's almost championship year, how pulling up to a tree finished his driving career, and his son John takes the wheel in the Peters family.
Also, if you're a parent, you won't want to miss a life moment mid way through.
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