To guess his secret identity, read the following clues!
1) He grew up in Washington, D.C., loving racing and even competing in the family car, which was a Model T.
2) Early in the century, stock-car racing was haphazard at best. He gave it rules, regulations and a name.
3) NASCAR has many legends and heroes, but only one father.
4) He owned a service station in Daytona Beach, Fla.
5) Although he retired in 1972, the business of NASCAR was passed on to his son . . . and then his son.
Bill France Sr. died in 1992, but not without establishing NASCAR as his legacy.