Volume III, Issue 15
October 4 - October 11, 1999
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR:
he Grove at Ole Miss is like the center of a tailgating solar system -- or maybe a medieval town where the elite is centrally gathered in tight security and the poor are scattered hither and yon.
Southern legend has it that motor racing, as a sport, evolved from backwoods moonshining, as country boys loaded up jugs of whiskey in souped-up cars and toted their contraband to bigger cities, often at break-neck speeds.
Getting on with the opinion-makers' official business of listing some of this century's sporting superlatives.
Now What? 
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An almost too-big party, way down south in the town of Oxford.
Paul Gerald, MEMPHIS FLYER
Weekend Warriors 
Talking in the pits with the people who make up NASCAR's "farm league"--the round-track and drag racing enthusiasts.
Mike Gibson, METRO PULSE
100 Years of Qualitude 
More of 100 years of sports superlatives.
Randy Horick, NASHVILLE SCENE
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