Speedway Directory’s Allan Brown Dies

Allan Brown, the man who made the National Speedway Directory the go-to source for race fans during the 1970s, 80s and 90s, has died. Brown could be referred to as the master of getting both fans and drivers to the race track, so to speak. “I’ve been to about 2,300 race tracks in my lifetime and seen racing at about 1,300 or 1,400 of them,” Brown told SPEED SPORT in 2019. I was very interested, even in my teens, in going to races and seeing what I could see. Brown and his wife Nancy, who survives saw most of the United States during their endless trips to race tracks.

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