One racing season, Quaker State wanted to have a Dyno-Challenge at the races.
We hired a crew from Dallas to drive all over the country with their Dynamometer to measure the cars horsepower.
At the end of each race weekend, we gave out oil for prizes to the winners of each category.
We had a “Standings’ board so they’d know who was in the lead.
It always drew a good crowd.
The racers loved knowing what their horsepower was.
We even had models working with us.
Kortnie was the prettiest model on the entire circuit.
The race fans loved getting her autograph cards.
She would sign autographs and pose for photos.
Here she is with our booth.
And with a hot motorcycle.
She was always more attractive than the bikini girls… and taller.
Our models would pose with the Dyno-Challenge winners.
The racers loved that.
It was an easy gig for me. Hang out with models all day and then photograph winners.
Here’s Kortnie with a commentator, Steve.
With an NHRA Vice President at the annual awards ceremony. They asked her to be the Trophy Girl for the awards after they saw her in that dress.
I bought it for her on Hollywood Boulevard the day before.
We had fun after the awards.
Kortnie was always a knockout.
We had a lot of fun together.
Kortnie and I in New Jersey.
Urban Racer took some good pics of her.
You see, prettier than all the rest.
This HPD Officer loved getting a pic with Kort.
While we were in NYC, Gilbert Gottfried couldn’t keep his eyes off of her chest.
People began photographing Kort like it was a photoshoot.
The best pic of Kort and I.
It was fun traveling the country with the Dyno crew and Quaker State racer Kenny Tran.
Kenny Tran was the first racer to put my logo on his car.
We also ran a booth at the World of Outlaws series.
We’d pick a winner and give them VIP seats.
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