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Retired Auto Racer Howdy Holmes In His Jiffy Mix Office, April 1991 Photographer: John Heider

Retired Auto Racer Howdy Holmes In His Jiffy Mix Office, April 1991 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 24, 1991
Caption
Chelsea's Howdy Holmes on his retirement from racing: 'I don't need to go back to Indy. I've started a new life with Jiffy. A new career, a new chapter, a new life.'

Cars & Drivers Wait In The Ann Arbor High School Lot For The Start Of A Foreign Car Road Rally, June 1957

Cars & Drivers Wait In The Ann Arbor High School Lot For The Start Of A Foreign Car Road Rally, June 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 10, 1957
Caption
READY TO START: About 40 foreign passenger cars await the start of yesterday's road trial at the Ann Arbor High School parking lot. The road trial, a contest of control driving and map reading, covered some 68 miles and ended with a picnic at Geddes and Dixboro Rds. The rally was promoted by Pete Thomasen and John Winchester.

A Volkswagen Clears The Arlington/Devonshire Check Point In The Foreign Car Road Rally, June 1957

A Volkswagen Clears The Arlington/Devonshire Check Point In The Foreign Car Road Rally, June 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 10, 1957
Caption
AT CHECK POINT: John Winchester (right), one of the promoters during yesterday's Foreign-Car Rally, waves a car past a checkpoint at Arlington and Devonshire Rds. The cars, leaving the starting point at 2-minute intervals, followed a prescribed route.

Winners Of The Foreign Car Road Rally, June 1957

Winners Of The Foreign Car Road Rally, June 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 10, 1957
Caption
THE WINNERS: The first, second and third place winners pose alongside their cars at the completion of yesterday's road trial. First place was won by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Patrick (extreme left) in their Volkswagen; second by Nab Turner (third from left) and Marty Belser. (Turner was navigator, Belser the driver-owner of the Thunderbird); and third by Al Winder (second from right) and Ed Worsham (extreme right) in Worsham's Volkswagen.