Clipped From The Evening Independent
Stock Racing Opens Sunday When stock racing receives its green "go" flag Sunday afternoon at. Sportsman Park speedway, among the field of veteran drivers will be a rookie who has traveled many miles since his last experience. Bill-Vitez of Cleveland only two years ago was living in Munich, Germany and was a motorcycle competition rider of some note in both road and track .races, of that country. Since coming to Cleveland he has become a frequent visitor to the garage of Val Potisek whose No.'43 stock car.achievements are well -known. The "bug" bit quick and well, and the result has been that Vite? built a duplicate car in the same garage during the past winter and tomorrow will try his hand at stock car racing . . . American style. A 27-year-old Hungarian, Vitez rode cycles in Germany for a year and a half before emigrating to the United States. Officials of - MARC today announced that they will be on hanr] at 10 a. m. at Sportsman Park tomorrow morning to accept applications for licenses from both car owners and drivers in order to avoid confusion at the noontime sign-in hour. , For the fans the gates will open at noon, time trials will begin at p. m. and the first race will move jut at 3 p. m.