For fifty years, the roar of battered, crumpled, home-made stock cars has beckoned gear-heads, racing enthusiasts and curiosity seekers from Homestead to Lantana and everywhere in between. For the weekend racing warriors who pull into the Hialeah Speedway towing their mechanical stallions on flatbed trailers every Saturday afternoon, nothing beats the rush, the adrenaline, of challenging life at speeds exceeding 70... More >>>
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A bored truck driver waits for the next wreck to tow. Ken Ammermans three-year-old son reaches for the checkered flag after his daddy wins a 50-lap race.