Auto racing researcher Ken Parrotte has been studying early motor sport history and especially the controversial 1920 American Automobile Association (AAA) national championship point standings. This year's championship was particularly odd because of attempts by individuals years later to revise the results.
This young man peers at you through the mist of decades gone - meet Tom Kincaid. A massive talent, Indianapolis-born Kincaid raced for one of his hometown's top automobile manufacturers, National Motor Vehicle Company. He was a protege of one of the sport's most intelligent and prolific winning drivers, Johnny Aitken.