Bob Kehoe
A native of Portland, Oregon, Bob Kehoe is a freelance automotive journalist and photographer who wrote his first car column for his high school newspaper. Following a stint in the U.S. Coast Guard and a career in the high-tech industry, he turned to automotive writing on a full-time basis, beginning with the Oregonian newspaper in 1994. Additionally, he has written for other publications including Speedvision Online, DRIVE! Magazine and eBay Motors. He has held positions as Media Coordinator for an SCCA Pro Series, and Public Relations Coordinator for a producer of major hot rod shows. Bob and his wife Karen reside in Hillsboro, Oregon.
Bob with Craig Armstrong back in the 90s. ‘Bout the time we were hosting the old ‘PitStop’ show on KFXX. Kevin Culver’s #28 Limited Sportsman
Bob in the Coast Guard several decades ago.
Vintage Portland Speedway, outside of Turn Four.
Vintage Portland Speedway
Len Sutton wielding the Vollstedt roadster, Aurora Speedway, Seattle
Inaugural Southern 500 at Darlington, 1950. 75 (!) cars started the race, including Hershel McGriff (#52 in photo). He finished an amazing 9th, using the same Olds he had recently won the Carrera Panamericana Mexican road race with co-driver Ray Elliot. Winner at Darlington was Johnny Mantz.
Contact Bob Kehoe
Bob Kehoe is the author of Art Pollard: The Life and Legacy of a Gentleman Racer. He can get you an autographed copy.

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