Gary London

Gary London

Date of Death

August 5, 2016

Date of Birth

March 31, 1945


Resided in Valley Stream, NY


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George Buzzie Bogart posted on March 31, 2017

My deepest condolences at the passing of Gary London. May He Rest In Peace. His Great Auto Sports Journalism Will Forever Be His Legacy.

Mike Padfield posted on January 29, 2017

I just heard of Gary's passing. Since the NSSN magazine went out of business I have missed reading the work of one of the greatest auto racing writers of all time. Gary's column was always one of the first things that I read when the magazine came in the mail. His style was what I would call "edgy" but he always had an opinion no matter what. His informative writing brought you the feel of being there even when you were sitting at home. RIP Gary.

Frank Daigh posted on January 28, 2017

Sorry to be late, but I just heard of Gary's passing. Like so many others, I so enjoyed his columns for all those years in National Speed Sport News. My symphony to his family and friends. RIP Gary.

Lee Samuels posted on January 6, 2017

We grew up reading Gary's great stock car stories in the National Speed Sports News newspaper. Gary was a great writer, great person and will be deeply missed by many. May Jesus wrap his loving arms around you now my dear friend.

"Stevensville MIke" Desmet posted on January 6, 2017

Sorry to find out Gary passed. ALWAYS enjoyed his writing for NSSN. His talent in that arena was one of a kind. RIP.

Jim Penney posted on October 28, 2016

I believe Gary's first column in the 1950's NSSN was called Goggle Gossip and it was always humorous and informative to read.

Alan Anderson posted on September 8, 2016

The racing community will miss you Gary, thanks for the many years of detailed information and excellent Journal column in Speedsport News

Mike McCormack # 51 Figure Eight, Islip Speedway posted on September 8, 2016

With sadness I mark Gary's passing. His contribution to racing will be his Legacy. I will miss his Journal .


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