More Speedweek Photos

Superfan Jim Ruda Jr. sent me some more Speedweeks photos. Here's one of them. Click continue for another, along with a shot I took of some fans I met under the Roberts grandstand on the front stretch.


Pork Racing's California USAC Midget driver, Jenna Frazier was in the garage area during Speedweeks. (Jim Ruda Jr. - special for washingtonpost.com)

Michael Waltrip waves to fans on the observation deck over the Cup garages. (Jim Ruda Jr. - special for washingtonpost.com)

I met Brian and Ana Goode, from Greenville, Pa., during Thursday's rain delay under the Roberts grandstand on the frontstretch. They're Earnhardt Jr. fans who consider Sharon Speedway - owned by NASCAR driver Dave Blaney, to be their home track. The dirt track season opens at that speedway on April 8 this year. Check out their schedule, dirt track fans. Nice jackets! (Mike Snyder - washingtonpost.com)

By Mike Snyder |  February 18, 2006; 11:17 AM ET
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Jenna Frazier has her own web site if you folks would like to see more of her.

She loves going fast and is doing well in the Ford Focus Series with USAC.

Posted by: Tom Parker | April 7, 2006 10:14 PM

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