This week in the first of what will be three installments of our interview, Troy Selberg talks about his family’s move from its home in California to North Carolina, where both he AND his dad were going to pursue careers in motorsports.
Troy remembers his ingenious method of sneaking into the garage, well before he became a teenager. He worked with D.K. Ulrich and Lake Speed before going to work for Hendrick Motorsports and driver Ricky Rudd.
He also talks about how Mike Rich’s accident at Atlanta changed the course of his life and how, eventually, he returned to Lake Speed’s team and became crew chief.
And … if you’re out there and have experience in the motorsports industry, Troy has some advice that you do NOT want to miss.
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