To be a top racer you need to be larger than life. In the late sixties and early seventies, one of the largest lives was inhabited by “Jungle Jim” Liberman, a major presence on the drag circuit and a racer known for crowd-pleasing smoky burnouts. He was also known for his back-up girl, Pam Hardy, whose looks and track antics were as much part of the show as was the race. Jungle Jim and Jungle Pam offered the kind of over-the-top showmanship that made drag racing great during its heyday. Sadly Jim died in 1977 in an off-track car accident, but Pam continues to keep his memory alive to this day, as well as show her appreciation for her fans’ continued support.
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