|Photo ID #||K12.06.14_14J_JOH_SYR_0070WELD_1|
|Driver (s) :||Alan Johnson|
|Photo provided by:||Paul Irving|
|Comments:||Comment: The #14J gets pushed out on to the starting grid at Syracuse.|
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That's Alan on the right in the blue jacket, but more importantly look at that crowd!
This was a second weld chassis that Alan drove. This one had been converted to a 4 bar car by Tobias speed. Car owner Cliff Barcomb kept both weld cars when he and alan split. Pep Pepicelli later drove one of them as the #11 if my memory is correct. Looks like Billy Campbell next to Alan and Barry Johnson (no relation) on far side with hands in his pockets.
This car doesnít look like a 4 bar to me unless it was converted after this pic was taken. Obviously you canít see the rear suspension but the front still has the split, short torsion bars going to the inboard mounted coilovers. Also, if it was a torsion front it would have some sort of shock absorber outside of the frame, none are visible here.
That's the cantilever car. Far side looking away is Dave Bostford. Next is Head Mechanic Barry Johnson who made Weld cars reallyy go. barry johnson, then big ron hang arounf B&M, then Billy Campbell, who took over engine duty when Harry left B&M. Then Alan, and I'm just out picture next Alan.