Anything for Speed Oral Histories
These short clips from oral histories collected as part of the 2018 exhibit "Anything for Speed: Automobile Racing in Vermont" feature prominent 20th & 21st-century race car drivers and officials.
Robbie Crouch talks about the challenges of racing, and how hard it is to win.
Dave Dion talks about winning and his fans.
Beaver Dragon narrates one of his biggest - and most famous - crashes.
Bobby Dragon talks about the teamwork behind a winning race team.
Jill Jesso-White talks about her first race and proving herself as a woman in a male-dominated sport.
Harold Hanaford remembers joking with Ken Squier about a memorable win at Thunder Road.
John Keefer discusses the challenges of designing and perfecting stock car engines.
Joey Laquerre talks about learning something new every day while racing.
Phil Scott talks about the ethics of racing.
Ken Squier tells about how he fell in love with racing as a young boy.
Lennie Stockwell talks about racing with his son, and succeeding with a car they built themselves.