The documentary features interviews with his sister, friends, co- racers and we even get some archival interviews with Richmond himself. So I think for them it was more of a media, PR problem than it was anything else. The combination eventually was his undoing. He was one of the first people to bring a motor home to the races. I tell him that he's not the only one who feels that way, that Richmond's family has felt that way for years. For turning notifications on or off on Google Chrome and Android click herefor Firefox click herefor Safari click here and for Microsoft's Edge click here.
However, despite this odd omission, a very compelling episode--one that is sure to impact you.
Red Ribbons and Checkered Flags
Sign Up for TheBody. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. As soon as the results came back negative, the drivers and pit crews went back to the track and NASCAR went back to acting as if Richmond had never existed. Tim was a modern day Errol Flynn, the movie swashbuckler from the s. Turns out he just needed a haircut.
All he has to do is look down at his calendar and see the reminder. He was a very talented guy. It was widely claimed that he could drive anything on wheels and bed anything in heels. I would pay money today for the chance to watch Tim Richmond drive, whether it was a stock car, an Indy Car or the Funny Car he planned to add to the list. Ironically, although they came from backgrounds that bore little resemblance to one another, I saw in Tim the same qualities I do in John Force. It was foolishly portrayed during those early years as a homosexual problem. Add the first question.