George Savory
Driver
Class of 2010

     

             George Savary started racing in the 1960’s at Norwood Arena. George raced from 1971-1974 in the NASCAR International Late Model Sportsman Division.

            But George’s life would change in 1975, when he drove the Pete Hamilton built kit car – a Vega wagon. Winning on Friday night at Westboro Speedway then again on Saturday at Seekonk Speedway was the norm for George in the late ‘70s.

            George was unstoppable in the vega wagon and in 1980, NASCAR outlawed the car. George then drove the Mello Yellow modified and in 1985, went Pro 4 Racing. George has race for over 43 years, the last 16 were in the Pro 4 cars.

            Savary has championships at Norwood, Westboro, Riverside Park and also 3 Pro 4 championships. George’s son Richard is keeping the family name in racing alive as he competes in the Mod Tour.

            George Savary and his wife, Sandi, divide their time between Marco Island, Florida and Walpole, MA.


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