Bobby Allison looking to start a NASCAR Pension

Bobby Allison wants to start a pension fund for retired NASCAR drivers. At 67, he should be the poster boy. There is no greater driver in greater need. Just this spring, he paid off the last of the medical bills from his career-ending injuries of 1988. His only guaranteed income is his Social Security check. "That certainly is a very welcome help, but it doesn't match the need at the moment," he said Sunday, standing inside Michigan International Speedway, virtually unnoticed by current-generation drivers, crewmen, officials, corporate CEOs and fans. "At the moment" was a phrase he added out of pride. Bobby Allison has been broke for 17 years. More at Orlando Sentinel

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