U.S. champion Chester Weber, an heir to the Campbell Soup fortune, entered the driving stadium Wednesday during presentation competition, which the Americans swept.
U.S. champion Chester Weber, an heir to the Campbell Soup fortune, entered the driving stadium Wednesday during presentation competition, which the Americans swept.
U.S. champion Chester Weber, an heir to the Campbell Soup fortune, entered the driving stadium Wednesday during presentation competition, which the Americans swept.

WEG driving athletes need practice — and a lot of money

October 07, 2010 12:00 AM

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