Deep Throttle's Russell Jaslow Appears In The Wall Street Journal
Deep Throttle's owner and president, Russell Jaslow, appeared in the May 25, 2001 edition of the Wall Street
Journal as an auto racing historian on the subject matter for an article titled, "Speedway Robbery" written by
Sam Walker that appeared on page W10 of the Weekend Section.
Jaslow, who also runs AutoRacingHistory.com, was
interviewed extensively and mentioned by the Wall Street Journal during their research and writing on the
interesting and controversial topic of who the real winner was of the first Indianapolis 500 held in 1911.
In 1997, Jaslow wrote an exhaustively researched article for the
North American Motorsports Journal titled
"Who Really Won The First Indy 500?"
It was this piece that was one of the prime sources for Walker's information for his article in the Wall
Street Journal. Walker also interviewed other sources including Donald Davidson, official historian for the
Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Deep Throttle, founded in early 1999, is the parent company of
DeepThrottle.com, a web site devoted to the hardcore opinions and
commentary of the racing world, concentrating on the CART (Championship Auto Racing Teams) FedEX Championship
Series, and its subsite, AutoRacingHistory.com, a web site that
explores areas of auto racing history such as the Vanderbilt Cup Races, Pre WWI racing, Indianapolis 500,
European Grand Prix racing, and others and includes articles, records, stats, and a comprehensive links page
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