Our recently selected Motorsports Hall of Fame of America honoree Judy Stropus will be featured on “RaceTalk With Trish” on the Racing History Project Podcast Channel Wednesday, March 3rd at 6pm Pacific, 9pm Eastern.

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Hi Folks! Yeah, I am doing so much better now! Ever since the events down in Austin, Tx in November, I must thank the doctors at St. David’s for finally fixing the problems with my heart! I have been steadily getting a lot of my strength back and though I am still not working out to the level I did, it is moving forward.

In the last month I have had eye surgery to remove cataracts and have new lenses installed in my eyes! All went well and I now have 20/20 vision without glasses…….Yea!! It feels great, just pray it stays for the rest of my life?? LOL What has been holding me back is my right knee! Years ago I had a motorcycle accident and broke my right leg and tore the ligaments (ACL) in that knee. Many years later (while at Holbert Racing) during the racket ball era, I tore cartilage in that same knee and the doctor removed it. He warned I would have an arthritic knee but, I had no clue what that might mean. So recently I went to an Orthopedic doctor to have it checked out. The pain can be fairly high at times and restricts my ability to walk or excise properly. I know know what arthritic means now. I have bone on bone in that knee. I have seen the x-rays and it’s rather ugly and I understand why I am so bowed legged now! LOL

So, next for me (hopefully the off season in 2021) I will have paid off all my medical bills to have knew replacement surgery on my right leg. My target time will be November of this year, so, I have time to be ready for the 2022 season???

As an aside, I have finally gotten an appointment to receive the Virus vaccination, March 17th!! I am cautiously looking for ward to that! So, maybe next year you will see a much better Doc Bundy?? Hahaaa!

Miss U all and look forward to seeing you at the races this year. Thanks for all your kind support; your contributions have made it possible to repair my body and get back to what I once was!!! Thanks so very much!

Love Ya’ll,

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