It's difficult to move into those guys living south of the Mason-Dixon line. They won't welcome an out-of-towner.
Graham flew back to England, but we drove 1000km to another meeting where I raced the car and the one mechanic gave all the signals and handled every pit stop.
Fangio . . . I saw him when he was on the wane and he was still better than most. And Jim Clark and Stirling Moss were next best.
I know, I've been there and done that. I can't see the logic of a bloke earning good money here wanting to go to America to get his backside blown off.