Story and photos by Dwight Drum
Web work by Larsen & Drum
RaceTake.com, a fresh take about NASCAR, NHRA and IndyCar with on-site interviews and images
Dwight Drum: Editor
Gary Larsen: IT Consultant
James "Puppet" DiTullio: Artmaster (Deceased)
Debbie Speicher: Interviewer
P.O Box 694
Valrico, FL 33595-694
We're a "touch" inside deadline
Dirt and Sunshine Every Day
Dirt often moves faster than sunshine on our increasingly electronic globe. Rumors fly. That's a huge reverse of physics, but a common reality in pixels. We seek no reverse gears at RaceTake.com while we present authentic and authorized press releases from motorsports sanctions and teams. Nearly all of our interviews and photo images are generated in-house and on-site so we can apply a preferred positive edge to our original presentation. We dig deep, but not for dirt.
When a question of dirt and sunshine happens; we choose sun rises and bright horizons. We simply prefer sunshine to dirt.
Racing Policy since 1998
Street racing is not a public luxury. Streets and highways are for traffic and racing is for sanctioned racetracks. We promote defensive driving on roads and the safest speed possible on racetracks. All please take your competitive spirit to the track where the drive to thrive is always alive. It's cool to be hot on a track, racing is deadly cold on any street.
Contact us: Zoomguys@aol.com
We are committed to protecting online privacy when any visitor arrives on any of our Web sites. We do not gather or keep personal information. Those who e-mail us should understand that we consider screen names private and protected. Our e-mail screen name is the only public identity on our sites.
A special and constant thanks to NASCAR, NHRA, IndyCar and all the media and public relations in motorsports.
This Web site is vigorously maintained by our server, Newt, Inc at www.Newtweb.com.
Our thanks to Open Source Web Design (www.oswd.org) for their Web design technology and availibility.
Our artmaster and legendary fabricator, James "Puppet" DiTuillio, passed on in 2010. The master of metal and the artist with humor will be missed. Pup took welding to new racing heights. Rest in peace, big guy.
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