I for one think our Mr. Jim Fenton should write a book.
He has had quite a life… some good, some bad, some very very bad, but everything he writes makes people want to read every word.
His young life was going great, he was winning races left and right, no one could touch him (or would really want to). His family was his other great success - a wife and two children, he had the american dream going on. His racing talents were being duplicated by his young son “JC” who was winning race after race, championship after championship (just like Dad).
Tragedy struck and put everything on hold - JC had been hit be a hit and run driver - was in a coma for months and lost alot of his young abilities and had to re-learn so many things from scratch (some never to be the same again).
Jim Fenton withdrew from racing for a period of time only to return for a short time. Things would never be the same again.
Jim and his family have taken what was dealt to them, moved on the best anyone could, and are involved with some great things to this day.
I am sure a book by Jim Fenton would be a great seller, I’d like to be the first in line to buy a copy and I am MORE than sure there are many many others out there that feel the same as I do.
I respected him when he was the hot shoe in the FOUR, but more and more as I read his writings. Never did I think the Jim Fenton of old would EVER be the Jim Fenton of today - I am proud to know him.
How do others feel?