Volunteer

Thank You!
World of Speed would like to thank our team of highly dedicated volunteers for their work over the past five years. We thank you. We salute you. We couldn’t have done it without you.

Check out these Volunteer Spotlights, highlighting some of the people who were a part of this amazing group.

Volunteer Spotlight: Bob Alton

Name: Bob Alton Volunteer Position(s): Docent I started volunteering in: 2017 Q: When and how did you become a motorsports enthusiast? A: I was about 10 when I first built my first Soap Box Derby car.  Placed second in the Inland Empire. Q: What kind of influence has that had on your life? A: For several years we built coaster of […]

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Volunteer Spotlight: Paul Breck

Paul Breck Volunteer Spotlight – June 2018 Q: When and how did you become a motorsports enthusiast? I don’t know that “motorsports enthusiast” is the right term. “Gearhead” is probably a more accurate term. I really just love cars themselves — the styling, the customizing, the colors, the sounds. I feel sometimes like classic cars

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Volunteer Spotlight: Ken Rice

December Volunteer Spotlight – Ken Rice Position(s): Sim Operator Volunteering since: May 2015 Q: When and how did you become a motorsports enthusiast? I have always been a car guy. As a child I remember watching auto racing with my father. Working on cars with my father. I always liked mechanical things. Q: What kind

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Volunteer Spotlight: Earl Baker

May Volunteer Spotlight – Earl Baker Position(s): Docent and Tour Guide Volunteering since: January 2018 Q: When and how did you become a motorsports enthusiast? I became a motorsports enthusiast in the early 1960’s when I became exposed to drag racing at Lion’s Drag Strip in California. My father worked for a Pontiac Dealership where

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