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by Galen Kurth of Oklahoma City, OK
Since ancient times, the term “journeymen” has been used to identify self-employed skilled experienced workmen who moved from town to town by plying their special trade in order to earn a living. Buddy Cagle, Jim McElreath, Bill White and Gordon Woolley represent our sport’s modern day versions of journeymen, as they traveled across our country to ply their special trade – driving a race car. They might not have always won the race, but no matter the venue, these men always impressed fans and fellow competitors with their level of skill, daring and professionalism. Our speakers will provide an overview of the careers and special stories for each of our racing journeymen.