Reply – RE: Doug Schiller visits the Caruso Museum July 2008
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RE: Doug Schiller visits the Caruso Museum July 2008
— by Penny Clarke Sciarpelletti Penny Clarke Sciarpelletti
I haven't been on here in a long time.  I would love to upload the pictures, but don't know what your e-mail is. Where can I send them to?  I just put the newspaper article on a friend's site on FB, along with separate pics of me and my sister in our with me at Art Zipps Speedway in Indy summer of '57.  I will check back in a couple of days, hopefully, you can give me an e-mail address to send them to.  There was only one other girl I knew of who raced quarter midgets in the 50's, and her name was Kay Cupee.  Cars back then came in all different varieties...some were almost put together with the barest nuts and bolts.  Mine was built at Pop Dwyers (Imight have spelled his name wrong) Motor Cycle Shop on W. Washington Street, Indianapolis in late '56.  When we got it for Christmas, it was a two seater, and had reverse on it.  Dad got us into racing the summer of '57 with Lil Wheels, and reverse went bye bye.  I had a hand brake that Eddie Sachs designed for my car...a lot of race drivers hung out at Pop Dwyers.  I think I have misspelled his last name.  Anyhow, please tell me where to send  the photos.