He wrote the screenplays for the successful films "The Cannonball Run I Yates was a member of the IMRRC's Governing Council for nine years and established a collection in the archives. He was very open to and curious about everything," Pamela Yates said. His creation of the Cannonball Baker Sea-to-Shining-Sea Memorial Trophy Dash in 1971 turned Yates into a pop culture icon.A mind blazing fuck collection of insane videos presenting girls in amazing underwear while acting slutty and even fucking.Check them out and see their beauty exposed as they play kinky in sensual scenes then fuck for hours until sperm floods their tits and pussies.I value input from library patrons and other community members, so please feel free to stop in and let me know what you think would make our library even better.” Special to The Odessa File WATKINS GLEN, Jan. "Marolyn cared deeply about the Racing Research Center and was always thinking of ways to enhance our success," IMRRC Executive Director Tom Weidemann said.12 -- Marolyn Rogers, a member of the International Motor Racing Research Center's Governing Council for 15 years, died Monday, Jan. "We at the Racing Research Center will truly miss her." Rogers worked in registration for IMSA for 13 years, including several years as chief registrar. Rogers also worked for Bill Warner and the Amelia Island (Fla.) Concours d'Elegance in its first several years and with RM Auctions at its Concours at Amelia Island.
Her ability to handle the egos and demands of race-car drivers, owners and officials alike was almost legendary," Road Racing Drivers Club President Bobby Rahal said.
--Dena Carrigan of the Chemung Canal Trust Company received the Community Spirit Award.
From left: Honorees Dena Carrigan, Dan Bower, Tony Fraboni and Bill Sitzman.
The Road Racing Drivers Club recognized her contributions to motorsports by making her an honorary member.
"Marolyn has been pillar of the IMSA racing community for many, many years.
The Saturday talk, sponsored in part by the Watkins Glen Area Chamber of Commerce, will begin at 1 p.m. The talk also will be archived on the Center's You Tube channel.