Darryl Greenamyer and speed are synonymous. After four years as a Lockheed F-104 production test pilot, taking new Starfighters to Mach 2 on their very first flights, Lou Schalk hired him to fly the Mach 3-capable A-12. And in the first decade of modern air racing Darryl flew his highly modified Grumman Bearcat to six National Championships and a world speed record


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