The ‘holy land’ of racing


Should Grant Kahler’s instincts for the continuing craze of real-life-meets-television prove accurate, racing at Winston-Salem’s Bowman Gray Stadium could become the next big thing on television.

“Madhouse,” an hour-long weekly series following the personal lives of race-car drivers and their racing highs and lows on the track during the 2009 season, will become part of the History Channel’s lineup on Jan. 10. The program is the latest project for Kahler (’01), a Los Angeles-based freelance film producer and editor with a lingering fondness for his spectator days at the celebrated Winston-Salem racetrack.

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