|Photo ID #||11.22.03__X3_HEN_WAL_0070_1|
|Driver (s) :||Jim Hendrickson|
|Location:||Wall Stadium - Wall, NJ|
Possibly Tim Wojihowicz (not sure of the spelling and if that
was his last name). He was the grandson of Jennie Nicol. He ran Timmy's photo stand in the
concourse - Kevin Eyres
Possibly Richard Sprague (see note below)
|Photo provided by:||George Gareis|
|Comments:||Strong running Jim Hendrickson in a pretty trick looking X3. (It may not mean much to everyone else, but Jim was one of the all time favorites of I.T. Guru Tom Pupura who has helped keep to keep the Vault ticking on many occasions! - Thanks Tom)|
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|02/14/04||Jerry||remember jim driving with one hand at wall and his right arm resting on the rollbar or sheet metal/is that jack buck in the x-2 in front of him?|
|10/01/04||Jim Jr||THIS X3 HAS BEEN RESTORED BY THE HENDRICKSON FAMILY AND FRIENDS IS SITTING ON LONG ISLAND AT HIMES MUSEUM THIS TRACK WAS ONE JIM'S FAVORITE AND FINISHED HIS RACING CAREER THERE|
|11/30/04||Jerry H||I remember the mid-70s when jim got tired
of the bullrings? so i heard... Guess compared to wall - islip was!
Anyway my mom and dad started going to wall and sittin with my drunkin crew/she thought jim was the coolest driver there! Couldn't find reason to argue! Gotta be the cleanest driver i ever saw at wall-would take 2nd place rather then wreck or spin someone. p.s remember him sittin in lawn chairs in the pits watchin the ferrante crew workin on the car-just a day at the office!
|01/21/05||Bob Bang||I used to watch him when he ran at Islip in the 60s when I was a kid. Whatever happened to the Mustang he ran there? I loved that car - also liked the orange Comet that George Tet ran back then.|
|07/30/05||Richie Draugelis||.I recall Jimmy Hendrickson from Islip
Speedway when he ran the Mustang
body..He was almost impossible to beat, and was a true sportsman, very clean driver.
|12/01/07||Richard Sprague||I'm almost certain that my Dad, Richard Sprague, took this photo. He preceded Ace Lane Jr. at Wall Stadium and was a fixture on the infield with his camera for years.|