Grantz was considered one of the best drivers in the United Race Drivers Club.
Moe Farmer, No. 120 from Beverly, started out in the Class B Division winning several races and features. Farmer then went to the Class A Division and teamed up with Bob Bouchard from Salem, Mass.
Farmer went on to win many races in Bouchard’s No. 297 super modified at the Pines and Hudson speedways.
George “Choppy” Baldwin in the “Double L” from Lowell followed in the footsteps of his two brothers who raced in Connecticut.
At the age of 14, Baldwin started racing and later had multiple feature wins throughout New England including the URDC Class B championship in 1957. Baldwin was a popular driver in the Pines Bomber division.
If you go ... What: Pines Speedway 10th Reunion Where: Old Pines Speedway site Admission: Free On display: Race cars on display include restored midgets, jalopies, stock cars, Class A cut-downs and super modifieds. Also ...: There will be tables for collectors and vendors of novelty and swap items are available for rent for $25. Fans are welcome to be part of the many displays for racing memorabilia by bringing scrapbooks, souvenirs, photos and jackets. For more info: Call 978-420-5030 or email email@example.com. You can also contact Claire Walsh at firstname.lastname@example.org or PO Box 178, Groveland, MA 01834.