T. C. Hunt
THEODORE CLETIS HUNT
Born: April 7, 1926 –
1952 – From the grandstands of the “New
Atlanta Speedway” in
1957 – Won the points title Sportsman
Division of MARC (Midwest Auto Racing Club – now “ARCA”).
1961 – Became member of the exclusive Pure
Gasoline Darlington Record Club. In one of his few starts on the premier NASCAR
series, placed a very independent Dodge in the field at a record time for that
make of vehicle. Driving as an independent, finished fourth in the newly formed
NASCAR Grand American Series, while still missing 2 (not enough funds) important
point races in
1952-1975, racing so similar to the type of
Hall of Famers represented by Roz Howard, Charlie Mincey and Eddie MacDonald, he
had tons of feature event wins all over the Southeast, particularly in
T.C. passed in 1995 and has been missed.
J.C. Bugg's sedan ready to race in 1960 season.
T.C. out front of Herman Wise, Freddy Fryar and Charlie Mincey at Peach Bowl in Atlanta early '60's.
T.C. driving a Bud Lunsford sedan.
in the "Bad Goat" skeeter
T.C. in the "Bad Goat" skeeter
T.C. and Bill Hemby got their bumpers hooked together during restart at Atlanta's Peach Bowl in 1961.