User:Royalbroil/ArticlesStarted

Articles that I started:Edit

Not a complete list of every article that I started, but a large sample. No redirects were added to this list.

WisconsinEdit

  • EAA AirVenture Museum - contributed 3 photographs to article, but I did not start the article. Helped with copyediting and guidance for a student who expanded the article for a class project at the University of Minnesota and had it featured on "Did You Know" on May 3 2007
  • Lake Delton - started the article and immediately started getting edit conflicts since its destruction was a national story. The article was featured on DYK on June 16 2008
  • Mail jumping - new article, featured on DYK on June 19, 2010
 
Prichard at Gravity Park USA

The Gufs | Wisconsin Technical College System | Fox Valley Technical College | Lakeshore Technical College | Jim Gantner | WISS Trivia Contest | Wisconsin International Raceway | Carl Kiekhaefer | Madison International Speedway | Little House wayside | Acuity Insurance | The Post-Crescent | Wisconsin Off Road Series | Herman C. Timm House | College of the Menominee Nation | Titan Stadium (UW-Oshkosh) | The Sheboygan Press | Chilton Times-Journal | Tri-County News (Wisconsin) | Spaceport Sheboygan | WORQ | Greenleaf | Dalton | Briggsville | Dundee | University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County | University of Wisconsin-Fond du Lac | University of Wisconsin-Marinette | University of Wisconsin-Marshfield/Wood County | University of Wisconsin-Richland | Gateway Technical College | Mid-State Technical College | Moraine Park Technical College | Nicolet Area Technical College | Northcentral Technical College | Southwest Wisconsin Technical College‎ | Waukesha County Technical College | High Cliff State Park | St. Anna, Wisconsin | Marathon County Historical Museum | Oshkosh Public Museum | Leopolis, Wisconsin | Tilleda, Wisconsin | Green Bay Packers cheerleaders | Blue Sky Green Field Wind Farm | National Dairy Shrine | Potawatomi State Park | Pickerel, Wisconsin | Mole Lake, Wisconsin | Taycheedah (community), Wisconsin | Amberg (community), Wisconsin | Peebles, Wisconsin | Laona (community), Wisconsin | Busseyville, Wisconsin | Stockbridge Indian Cemetery | Action Advertiser | Herald Times Reporter | Caroline, Wisconsin | Verona Grove | Land O' Lakes (community), Wisconsin | Wisconsin Area Music Industry | St. Joe, Wisconsin | Middle Inlet (community), Wisconsin | Pembine (community), Wisconsin | Langlade (community), Wisconsin | Jericho, Wisconsin | St. Peter, Wisconsin | Robert J. Parins | La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway | Klondike, Oconto County, Wisconsin | Sampson, Oconto County, Wisconsin | Anston, Wisconsin | Tonet, Wisconsin | St. John the Baptist Catholic Church (Johnsburg, Wisconsin) | Gale College

NASCAREdit

  • Daytona Beach Road Course - featured on wikipedia.org homepage as a "Did You Know" article on March 16, 2006 - it was both a NASCAR track and a location for the land speed record
  • Sara Christian - featured on wikipedia.org homepage as a "Did You Know" article on May 5, 2006 - the first woman to start in a NASCAR race (at NASCAR's first race)
  • Jim Roper / Glenn Dunnaway - featured together on wikipedia.org homepage as a "Did You Know" article on May 18, 2006 - Roper won the first NASCAR race after Dunnaway's car was disqualified
  • Whelen Modified Tour - featured on wikipedia.org homepage as a "Did You Know" article on May 20, 2006 - significantly helped main writer User:Barno
  • Bobby Norfleet - featured on wikipedia.org homepage as a "Did You Know" article on June 21, 2006 - significantly updated article started by User:D-Day
  • Bill France, Jr. - featured as a "Did You Know" article on December 15, 2006
  • Holman Moody - featured as a "Did You Know" article on March 12, 2007
  • Bruton Smith - featured as a "Did You Know" article on May 8, 2007
  • Ken Squier - featured as a "Did You Know" article on June 5, 2007. Significantly expanded the stub.
  • 1979 Daytona 500 - featured as a "Did You Know" article on June 13, 2007. Significantly expanded and sourced the article that I did not start.
  • 1992 Hooters 500 - featured as a "Did You Know" article on September 24, 2007.
  • Andy Papathanassiou - featured as a "Did You Know" article on October 23, 2007. Significantly expanded and sourced the article that I did not start, including the DYK fact.
  • 1959 Daytona 500 - featured as a "Did You Know" article with Johnny Beauchamp (which I helped expand within time window) in a double DYK fact
  • Chase Austin - featured on the "Did You Know" section on December 15, 2007
  • Bob Barkhimer - the midget driver and NASCAR stock car promoter was featured in the DYK section on December 22, 2007
  • Jimmie Lewallen - early NASCAR driver was featured in the DYK section on December 29, 2007
  • Dick Berggren - featured on DYK on January 27, 2008
  • Robin Pemberton - nominated and expanded the DYK article from February 15, 2008
  • Ray Fox - featured on DYK on March 2, 2008
  • Jake Elder - featured on DYK on October 17, 2008
  • Ralph Seagraves - featured on DYK on October 22, 2008. The R J Reynolds executive started NASCAR sponsorships.
  • Steve Addington - expanded the article fivefold, featured on DYK on February 15, 2009
  • Heidelberg Raceway - helped User:Ched Davis expand the new article on DYK on March 20, 2009
  • Scott Gaylord - new article featured on DYK on April 18, 2009.
  • David Pearson - featured December 23, 2009 on DYK after rewrite expands over fivefold, my 100th DYK including noms
  • Norm Nelson - featured April 3, 2010 with Las Vegas Park Speedway and USAC Stock Car as 100th article that I created/expanded myself
  • Derek Lynch - expanded unreferenced BLP article fivefold, featured on DYK on December 25, 2010

Red Farmer | Robbie Reiser | Erik Darnell | Steve Wallace (racer) | Polish Victory Lap | Nashville Speedway USA | Carl Kiekhaefer | Fonty Flock | Bob Flock | Ethel Mobley | Buddy Arrington | Nathan Haseleu | rewrote Bump and run (auto racing) | Frank Kreyer | Dick Passwater | Paul Andrews (NASCAR) | Brian Whitesell | Jimmy Horton | Grand American | Tighe Scott | Marc Davis (racer) | NASCAR Convertible Division | Waddell Wilson | Allison Legacy Series | Josh Richards | Bob Senneker

Historic racingEdit

  • Rajo Jack featured on the "Did You Know" section on the main page on November 14, 2007
  • Eddie Hasha featured on the "Did You Know" section on the main page on December 10, 2007
  • USAC Stock Car - featured on the "Did You Know" section on April 2, 2010 part of 100th set I did myself
  • Golden Submarine - featured on "Did You Know" section on September 30, 2010

Sig Haugdahl | Frank Lockhart | Pete DePaolo | Board track racing | Earl Cooper | Los Angeles Motordome

Other car racingEdit

  • Steve Millen- featured on wikipedia.org homepage as a "Did You Know" article on July 31, 2006
  • IMSA GT Championship - featured on "Did You Know" section of the main page on May 15, 2007. I urged the originator of the article to source it. I then copyedited and nominated the article for DYK.
  • Dick Thompson - the "Flying Dentist" was featured on the "Did You Know" section on the main page on October 27, 2007
  • Scott Bloomquist - featured on DYK on March 11, 2008
  • Rockford Speedway - featured on DYK on October 13, 2008
  • Joe Shear - Featured on DYK on October 18, 2008 (how appropriate that it's right after Rockford Speedway with all that he did there including his last win)
  • Butch Hartman (racer) - featured on DYK on February 11, 2009

American Speed Association | Jennerstown Speedway | USAR Hooters Pro Cup | Elliott Forbes-Robinson | rewrote Wayne Taylor from scratch | IMCA Modified | New England Auto Racers Hall of Fame | John Marcum | Super DIRTcar Series

Off-road racingEdit

  • SODA (series) - I had my first pit crew experience at a SODA event for a buggy at a Road America event in the 1990s, and here is an image of the driver racing his CORR truck in 2006.

CORR | Walker Evans (racer) | Crandon International Off-Road Raceway | Wisconsin Off Road Series (mountain bike) | Mickey Thompson Entertainment Group | Off-road Motorsports Hall of Fame | Category:Off-road racing | Johnny Greaves (racing driver) | Jack Flannery | Chad Hord | C. J. Greaves | Frozen Rush

Open wheel racingEdit

National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum | List of National Sprint Car Hall of Fame inductees | National Sprint Tour | National Midget Auto Racing Hall of Fame | Sleepy Tripp |

Drag racingEdit

 Eddie Hill - featured on DYK on January 5, 2008, Good Article on September 11, 2008

Jungle Jim Liberman | Gatornationals

Other racingEdit

  • Chris Economaki - (legendary racing announcer/writer) featured on wikipedia.org homepage as a "Did You Know" article on June 17, [[2006
  • Impact wrench - featured on homepage as a "Did You Know" article on December 17, [[2006. I didn't help write the article, but I helped reference the article. The article wouldn't have been featured has I not referenced the article.
  • Dick Mann - featured on the homepage as a "Did You Know" article on September 22, 2007
  • World Championship Snowmobile Derby - featured in the "Did You Know" section on November 30, 2007
  • Snocross - featured in the "Did You Know" section on the main page on December 9, 2007
  • Tesoro Iron Dog - featured in the "Did You Know" section on the main page on September 4, 2008

Motorsports Hall of Fame of America | National Dirt Late Model Hall of Fame | Miguel Duhamel | Kenny Coolbeth | Bill Muncey | Race to the Sky | Tarzan Yamada | Simpson Performance Products | Cam Sinclair | SpeedWeek

Contemporary Christian musicEdit

  • Article One (band) - rescued deleted article and improved it to get it featured on the "Did You Know" section on the main page on April 11, 2008
  • Jonny Diaz - featured on the "Did You Know" section on the main page on August 7, 2009

Weekend 22 | Total Axxess | Aaron Shust | Jesus Freak Hideout | Marie Miller | Music in the Rockies | Fervent Records | GMA Dove Awards of 2007 | Grey Holiday | Sevenglory | Stephanie Smith | Addison Road | Tenth Avenue North | MIKESCHAIR | Sidewalk Prophets | We the Kingdom

  • Christian Music Central - The first article that I started which was deleted. I had it speedy deleted after it came up on AfD since it was weak on reliable sources. It is a reference for CCM articles.

Other mainstream musicEdit

The Gufs | Jupiter Rising | Trace Cyrus

Misc.Edit

List of trivia contests | Penske Automotive Group | War of 1812 museum (Plattsburgh) | Faithorn, Michigan | Hermansville, Michigan | Pitbulls and Parolees | Isabel May

My signaturesEdit

Here are all the signatures that I have used: