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Sports Rarity of the Month: Mares Stellfox “The Lady Outlaw”


An addition to the Delaware County Sports scene, open free of charge to all residents, awaits you at the Radnor Township Municipal Building at 301 Iven Avenue Wayne, Pa The addition is a Sports Rarity of the Month exhibit, on display in their atrium. With this addition The Delaware County Athletes Hall of Fame and the Mickey Vernon Sports History Museum are preparing for a December 12, 2015 opening for a permanent Sports Legends of Delaware County installation also to be held at the Radnor Township building. The Sports Legends of Delaware County exhibit promises to preserve the rich sports history of Delaware County by honoring those athletes that have earned national and international acclaim for their accomplishments. The Sports Rarity for November will be Mares Stellfox’s Auto Racing Helmet and Fire Suit that she wore as a Professional Auto Racing Champion. These items will be on display Monday through Friday the entire month of November during the township’s normal business hours. Mares a graduate of Springfield High School, made her debut in the world of micro sprint racing with her car at Delaware’s Airport Speedway. In 1988 Mares joined a racing club called the Tri- State Outlaws. Mares was the only woman among the nearly one hundred men in the club. Because of her unique status she became known in the racing world as ” The Lady Outlaw” For more information contact Jim Vankoski at 610-909-4919 or or





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