The legend of Frank Manzo opens with the story of a man who wanted to win just one race. The final chapter of his racing career concluded with a man who won as much on the track as off. The numbers are astonishing 17 series championships, 21 divisional titles, 118 divisional victories and 105 national event wins.
The name Frank Manzo conjures a reputation of a drag racer who won with the two ingredients which should fuel any aspiring champion - hard work and dedication.
Most people know Graham Light as the NHRA's Senior Vice-President of Racing Operations. That's because he has been at that job for 21 years.
In this debut of Competition Plus TV's "Legends: The Series," fans will see Light as he never has been seen before and appreciate the layers of experience in his career, north and south of the border.
There will never be another Bill Doner.
In this episode of LEGENDS: THE SERIES, CompetitionPlus.tv takes a look behind the scenes of what made Doner tick, the outlandish promotions and what led him to retire from his breakneck schedule in 1979.
Donovan Stott is an old soul trapped in a 20-year old body.
At 20 years old, the son of past Pro Modified world champion Mitch Stott, has found his calling behind the wheel of a 327-inch powered, 4-speed Anglia with a nasty disposition. He drives a car which mimics a gasser built in 1967 and loves every moment of it.
Follow along with Project White Wagon, CompetitionPlus.com's longrunning effort to build an old school Modified car to run in today's modern Super Stock. Project White Wagon is a modern day version of the 1964 Chevy II wagon driven by Gene Fulton in the 1970s and captured three world championships. The starting point of a basket case wagon, hidden in a junkyard for over three decades, makes this project a continual challenge.