Our Thanks to his many Sponsersand good friends

Irv Morris
Kawasaki Midwest
Kerstings Cycle
Klotz Special Formula
Ken Maely
Cemoto East
Montesa Motors
Vista Sheen
Bart Markel
Lectron Carbs
Hi-Point Racing
Harley Davidson
Steve Stortz
Staton Lorenz
Rob Muzzy
Tex Peel
K & N Yamaha
Norm McDonald
Doug Sears
Jim France
American Honda
Bill Kennedy
Megacycle Cams
Tsubaki Chain
MotoFox Racing
Gemco Pipes
Aria Helmets
De’s Leathers
Bel Ray Oils
Paul Gentilozzi
Ralph Moody
Chevron Oil
AMA Hall of Fame

Changing to Cars


Sebring Florida 12 hours of racing


Making adjustments


Almost ready for practice


Full inspection


Putting on the cool hat under his helmet


Daytona
Practice with Paul Gentilozzi
in the Oldsmobile


Daytona
Practice with Paul Gentilozzi
in the OldsmobileDaytona
Practice with Paul Gentilozzi
in the Oldsmobile


Night Racing


Daytona Practice with Paul Gentilozzi in the Oldsmobile.



Bill Kennedy, Ted’s long time friend, tuner and builder of the AMERICAN Dirttracker twin and Father-in-law, Norm McDonald.


Paul and Ted on how the car handles.


Climbing in for the first practice.


Getting buckled up for the first time out.


Ted at speed in the Daytona infield.


Closed wheel sports car.


Formula 2 March BMW 2liter: This car was owned by Alf Gebhardt of Tulsa Ok. and driven by Ted in the “Cat Thunder Car” Championship and finished a very impressive fifth with only 5 liter V8 indi Cars ahead of Him.


In line waiting for practice.


Skip Barber Driving School: On monday two days after that fatefull race of May the 8th at Ascot Raceway, Ted was to meet with Chevron oil-Cemical devision to discuss them sponsoring him along with Ralph Moody of Hallman & Moody Grand National Racing to put Ted on the Nascar Circuit with cars and engines Ted was 29