Randy Anderson

99 Monte Carlo

Concord, Nc.


Bill Bradford

88 Thunderbird

Huntersville, N.C.


Ed Bull

07 Fusion

Chapin, Sc.


Larry Carroll

92 Lumina

Montchonin, De.


Tom Carson

93 Lumina

Lutherville, Md.

Tom started in 1994 by going to the Buck Baker driving school and taking three of his advanced courses. He took two advance courses with Panoz and then went into racing late model stock cars for two years. He joined HSCRA in 1999 and has been racing with them up to the present date.


Thomas V. Carson passed away on November 21, 2010. at the age of 65. He was a good competitor and like by all.


Tom Cetola

98 Monte Carlo

Wilmington, DE.


John Cloud

06 Taurus

Wellington, Oh.

John's core business is Forest City Technologies. He races the #12 94 Thunderbird along with the #29 Camaro. For a better look at the drivers and team, go to www.teammgd.com


AAron Dudley


Thomasville, N.C.




Michael Dunkel

02 Taurus

Merritt Island, Fl.

Gene Felton

96 Monte Carlo

Roswell, Ga.

Gene has been racing since 1972. During that time he has been an instructor at Road Atlanta School of Motor Racing and Akin White Endurance Racing School. Presently he runs Gene Felton Restorations where he restores vintage cars and drives them at vintage race events. See his web site at www.genefeltonrestorations.com for a more complete picture.


Jack Finch

Dodge Charger

Thomasville, Nc.

Jack’s racing began around 1992. He did driving schools with Car Guys and the Porsche Club. As the speeds got faster, he wondered how the street car, ( an 84 Porsche 911 Turbo),would survive if it hit the wall at Charlotte at 150 MPH. These kinds of speeds headed him toward a stock car and in December of 1994 he took the plunge and purchased a 1993 Terry Labonte, Kelloggs Lumina from Billy Hagan who had a Winston Cup shop in Thomasville, NC. He continued to go to Car Guys, but the Porsche Club for some reason did not embrace his new ride. During that first year of getting familiar with #14 Lumina he met ,and became friendswith Aaron Dudley, whose knowledge of stock cars is legendary. In February 1995 he hired Aaron and they have worked together ever since. Jack started driving in HSR in March at Sebring that year and has continued ever since. He also owned and raced an Allison Legacy Car in 1996 and 1997. In 2004 Scott Murphy and Jack competed in the SCCA at the national level in GT1 Corvettes. They both qualified to go to the runoffs at Mid Ohio in September, and both ran well there. Jack just turned 55 and says he plans to race until he is 70.


John Finger

92 Thunderbird

Greenville, Sc.



Mike Green

Trusty Sidekick

Greenville, Sc.



Kenn Funk

98 Grand Prix

Glendale, Ca.




Mark Furcini

Dodge Charger

Phoenix, AZ.

Brian Gill

02 Grand Prix

Madison, Al.

Michael Goodman

90 Lumina

Alpharetta, Ga.




Maurice Hull

05 Charger

High Point, Nc.



David Lewis

89 Cutlass

Jacksonville, FL.


David drives Rob Moroso's 1989 Olds Cutlass. This car won the 1989 Bush Grand National Championship.Rob won a series of victories starting at age 16. He was in contension for rookie of the year in 1990 when his life was tragically cut short in a traffic accident shortly after he won the Tyson Holly Farms 400 in N. Wilkesboro. On that night racing lost one of its brightest new stars.




Eric Lux

97 Monte Carlo

Jacksonville, FL.


Merlin Mitchell

97 Grand Prix

Tallahassee, Fl.

Lin is in his mid 50s and has had the desire to race since he was 10 or 12. On his 50th birthday he attended the Panoz driving school in Atlanta. Lin found the #97 (John Deere), a true road car, in a warehouse of one of his customers. He loves the racing and is getting faster at each race. Those taillights aren't all disappearing anymore.




Robert Mitten

06 Monte Carlo

Plantation, FL.

Scott Murphy

Grand Prix

Thomasville, Nc.

John Orzechowski

97 Thunderbird

Frederick, Md.

John started racing in 1991 by drag racing his 65 Mustang that he had since high school. He switched to road racing under the guidance of a group called Car Guy in 1997. He attended Panoz driving school in Atlanta and purchased the #11 car in 2002. The first season with HSCRA was 2003.

When the 97 Thunerbird is not available, the backup Chevy Monte Carlo is used.


Edgar Otto

06 Charger

Boca Raton, Fl.

Edgar is our senior member of the group. We will just say his age is 75 yrs. plus.



Wayne Otto

06 Dodge

Watchung, NJ.


Dale Phelon

94 Thunderbird

06 Ford Fusion

Fernandina Beach, Fl.

Dale started racing in 1990 after attending several Skip Barber School courses. His first car was a Roger Penske #66 Sunoco Corvette. In 1993 he purchased a Trans Am car and tried his hand racing that. Today you can see him racing both the Trans Am car and the vintage 94 Thunderbird. For a more detailed look at Dale and his team go to : www.phelonmotorsports.com


Dale Phelon passed away on 19 March 2012 in Naples, Fl. at the age of 70. He was well know and attended most of the racing events.


Jim Peruto

00 Monte Carlo

Doylestown, Pa.



Tom Salley

02 Taurus

Martinez, Ga.

Tom has his own mechanical contracting business and has spent some time doing corporate flying. Tom did drag racing from 1960 til 1985 and drove NASCAR late model from 1999 through 2005. He attended Panoz racing school in 2003. He purchased the "Hooters" #11 in 2005 and completed his rookie season at the Sebring 2006 Fall Classic.His car is maintained by Phelon Motor Sports. For more info go to www.phelonmotorsports.com and select current news, under catagories select driver and see Tom"s write up.

Jeff Simpson

93 Lumina

Charlotte, N.C.

Jeff has run with the Porsche Club and thought he would try stock cars. He purchased the #33 Skoal car from Mike Goodman.

Don Soenen

98 Taurus

Saline, Mi.

Gary Stach

92 Lumina

Pickens, SC.

Bob Tyo, Jr.

83 Cutlass

Rochester, Ny.

For a history and a series of pictures of the Throttles Car being converted from a salad bar back to a race car go to www.wingtipracing.com