TLC planned to make a reality show about NASCAR wives but cancelled it before airing because the wives got along too well.
NASCAR rose in popularity in 1979 after the first nationally televised race ended with the leaders crashing on the last lap, and then proceeding to fight in the muddied infield grass. With only 3 channels, and much of the the East Coast snowed in, it quickly became nationally known.
A man born without hands became an engineer for NASCAR’s most winning organization. He operates a keyboard and mouse with his feet to design body and chassis components.