Glendale Sidewinders

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Phil Wieand's 1927 Ford Model-T Roadster
A photo of Bob "Buzz" Buswell's 1932 Ford roadster at a dry lakes event in 1947. When the 1947 season started, Buzz was a member of the Glendale Stokers. When the season finished, Buzz was a member of the Glendale Sidewinders. Photo from the John Ryan Collection, courtesy of Richard Noble.

Glendale Sidewinders is SCTA's oldest club.

Each year clubs were fighting for the points championship. Points were everything, and clubs like the Sidewinders recruited racers with fast cars in order to win. Such members were Ray Brown, that Alex Xydias "stole" from the Road Runners and the Pierson Brothers, Bob and Dick Pierson. [1]


Alex Xydias
Bob "Buzz" Buswell
Bob Hayes
Bob Pierson
Dick Flint
Don L. Breidenbach
Gene Winfield
Harold Johansen
Julian Doty
Keith Baldwin
Phil Weiand
Ray Brown
Steve Corgiat
Steven Detmers
Wes Cooper

Club Cars

Harold Johansen's 1927 Ford Model-T Roadster
Phil Wieand's 1927 Ford Model-T Roadster
Bob "Buzz" Buswell's 1932 Ford Roadster
Don L. Breidenbach's 1932 Ford Roadster



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