Carl Van Horn

Carl "Fuzzy" Van Horn is a retired Modified driver from Phillipsburg, New Jersey. Carl drove the several cars including his own 71E and later the 2A. (The 71E was later sold to Bob Scott from Mantua NJ, who ran the car for about eight years). Carl was a very successful driver during his time. Van Horn in his prime was one of the most successful dirt track drivers and even drove in the now NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at Pocono Raceway in 1975.

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