“It was an absolute surprise to both my wife and myself . — In addition, he also produced radio and TV commercials for NHRA and many other clients, a role he still fills today. When Susan Wade, the presenter, started off talking about an airport drag strip in Carlisle, Arkansas . — He joined the NHRA promotions department in 1971, spending seven years as Publicity Director, Public Relations Director and Communications Director, plus his duties as a race announcer and TV host.
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— Dave has placed his restored Fiat altered in the Wally Parks NHRA Motorsports Museum after campaigning the car for 10 years and winning the March Meet in 1998, and he participates in as many street rod and street machine events as possible.
— He currently owns a big-block powered ’55 Chevy Del Rey, a 1970 GS 455 Buick convertible with factory 4-speed, a 2005 C-6 Corvette, and is in the construction phase of a 1951 Chevy Sedan Delivery.
All the while, I had continued to develop and progress as a race announcer, not only on the local and divisional level, but I was doing all of NHRA’s national events as well. Good Guys Hot Rod Hero “This,” says Dave, “gives you some idea. Even though I had not been to a race yet, I was still familiar with the sport and its numerous California stars.
“By late 1968, after serving as a multi-faceted television announcer, host, newsman, sportscaster, weatherman, etc., I was promoted to Program Director of the station that I had joined some five years earlier. The only way to keep up with what was happening was through reading HOT ROD Magazine.— Dave and his wife, Louise, have three children and six grandchildren and make their home in Glendale, Calif. It is absolutely free to meet sexy new singles, couples or groups, and interact with SINNGirls in this new adult community. TAKE A LOOK AT THE NEW BLOGSign up for free and get exclusive access to SINN & SKINN SINNGirls fan pages.Recently, the velvet-throated Dave Mc Clelland was doing what he does best, emceeing an event. — Dave worked on the syndication of the Championship Drag Racing television series and continues to serve as a Master of Ceremonies and does voice-over work for clients like NHRA, SEMA, NASCAR, ISCA, AARWBA, PWA, Wally Parks NHRA Motorsports Museum, R. Reynolds, Petersen Automotive Museum, International Drag Racing Hall of Fame, Championship Auto Shows, Petersen Publishing Company, Emap, Primedia, Pro Media, General Motors, Ford, Chrysler, Castrol, Mopar, Toyota, Shelby Automobiles, Meguiar’s, The California Highway Patrol 11-99 Foundation, Los Angeles Orthopaedic Hospital and many other organizations.In a moment, though, he went from being the guy honoring people to the guy . — Dave also served as the Master of Ceremonies for the Meadowbrook Hall Concours D’Elegance and the Cranbook Concours D’Elegance, both in Detroit, plus the Los Angeles Concours D’Elegance and as the announcer for the Sport Class at the National Air Races in Reno.— He was elected Chairman of the Board in 1995, a role he continues to fill to date.RFC, with a staff of over 200 full-time and volunteer chaplains, conducts over 1,000 services a year throughout the U. and several foreign countries; serving a congregation that totals more than 13,000 people. Little did I realize at the time that I was laying the groundwork for what eventually became a career. “In 1969 I was approached by the principals at Southland Dragways, inquiring about possible interest in the General Manager’s position. This is what Dave has to say: “Most likely, I met Bob Petersen for the first time in the early ’60s at Indy, then saw him more frequently as I started announcing more events. and still have a number of them dating back to the early ’50s. I have yet to meet a driver that I didn’t enjoy being around, partially because I am . Now I am certain, if you asked the same question of a tech guy or an event director, you would get a totally different response. One would be Jay Leno, the long-time host of NBC’s Tonight Show, and Linda Vaughn who began as Miss Hurst Golden Shifter . Dave said, “Linda and I started in motorsports at just about the same time and we have been fortunate to watch it grow through the years. “I think in both our lives, the two things that kept us going was the love of the sport and the friendships that we have made over all the years. She deals with the popularity and the crush of people with the dignity of a true Southern Belle,” said Dave. This provided me with tremendous exposure in the racing world. I could go on for several pages, but this is a broad cross section.” In the course of Dave Mc Clelland’s long cruise through the world of drag racing, and cars in general, he’s earned a special perspective on many things. When racing hit KC, I was primed and ready.” And, of course, the man who created a wide swath of publications under the banner Petersen Publishing, was Bob (Pete) Petersen. Thus, to many onlookers, they may seem a bit strange. and continue to be, a huge fan of everyone that would compete in this sport.” One other aspect of the question was if there were particular drivers that Dave Mc Clelland had trouble with over the years, and he responded by saying, “This all ties in with the most difficult to deal with question, and I cannot think of a single incident that I would use the word difficult to describe my relationship with a drag racing driver. Since I did the track announcing for some 45 years and the television shows for more that 27, I would guess it was a pretty good formula to follow.” Many of the people that Dave Mc Clelland ran into during his career weren’t drivers, but people who came with credentials of their own. and over all these years has become much more than that! “When you have the combinations of beauty and personality that are hallmarks of LV, you have lots of fans.— Mc Clelland left Argus at the end of 1984 to form his own company, Dave Mc Clelland Enterprises, which serves a broad range of clients both in and out of the motorsports industry.— For over18 years, Dave has served on the Board of Directors of Racers for Christ, the nationally recognized ministerial outreach program to Motorsports, focusing on NHRA Drag Racing.