Attorney "Q" McCue and his 1959 MGA Race Car at the fall Vintage Racing Festival, Lime Rock Park race track in Connecticut. Pictured here are driver "Q" McCue, crew chief James Glover and crew member James Morris.
Attorney "Q" McCue and his 1953 Sunbeam Alpine with passenger Roy Williams. Q recently won a 3rd Best in Show, British Post War Division, at the St. Pete Yacht Club car show. Roy Williams was the lead member of the restoration team to present this beautifully restored car. Other members of the team include James Glover, James Morris and Larry Darling.
Top finalists in the DeSoto Speedway Pure Stock Class sponsored by Q Auto & Injury Attorneys. (l to r) Roger Dimick, Darrin Ellis, Leonard McCue, Robert Crisp, Jamie Wilson, Jimmie Best & Duane Best
Attorney Leonard McCue and crew members: Team Manager James Glover, Scott Ingold and Chuck Parker at the Pittsburgh Grand Prix in July where Attorney “Q” McCue competed in a newly restored 1959 MGA Race Car (project managed by James Glover) and a 1953 Nash Healey.
Robert “Showtime” Yoho finished 3rd in the Late Model Racing
Division Championship at DeSoto Speedway, Bradenton, FL.
Shown with Attorney McCue, sponsor, and DeSoto Speedway
owner, John Sarppraicone.
Attorney “Q” McCue, driver of the 1953 Nash Healey and 1959
Elva Courier, VSCCA racing at Lime Rock Race Track, CT, with
crew chief James Glover and crew assistant Chuck Parker.
DeSoto Speedway Season Opening Race (l-r) James Glover, late
model/open wheel mod. driver, Len “Q” McCue, pure stock
driver and Robert “Showtime” Yoho, late model driver, Q
Motorsports Race Team.
USF SAE engineering student organization members shown at
the Q Motorsports complex for a tour of the race car construction
shop. Shown in photo SAE members Simon Restrepo, USF
SAE President, Greg Kavan, Brandon Marks, Tim Harper,
Kyle Jeffries, Jake Loebenberg, Matt Vassallo, and Emanuel
Moshouris; also shown USF Brett Woods, Director of Development;
Q Motorsports Race Team Director James Glover, Len
McCue and shop tech Scott Ingold.
Attorney "Q" McCue, Driver of a 1959 ELVA COURIER, shown with James Glover. Crew chief/racecar driver and Chuck Parker, crew. Q raced in July's Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix, one of the only remaining street races in the USA. In fact, the only other true "street race" of the same type is the world-renowned race in Monaco.
Billy Mowery finished 4th place in the Sunbelt Super Series at USA International Speedway in the final race at this track in August. Billy is 4th in points. Sponsered by Q Auto & Injury.
Robert Yoho finished 3rd at Desoto Super Speedway in this 00 Late Model in August; shown in photo Yoho and his new wife Danielle, and race crew. Congratulations on your marriage! Sponsored by Q Auto & injury Attorneys.
Attorney Leonard "Q" McCue currently competes in the DeSoto
Super Speedway Pure Stock Division in the #71 Chevrolet. Attorney McCue also9
competes in the Historic Racing Series in the 1969 "Penske" Camaro.
James Glover is currently competing at DeSoto Super Speedway
in the AACS Super Late Model Series in the #71 Chevy Late Model. James also
manages the Q Motorsports Family Racing Program.
Robert "Showtime" Yoho is sponsored by Q Auto & Injury
Attorneys in the 00 AACS Super Late Model Series. Robert owns Yoho's Collision
& Towing in Pinellas Park, a full service shop for automotive repairs.
In addition, Yoho owns Vehicle Repossession Service and
American Lenders of St. Pete, both vehicle repossession companies. He can be
reached at 727-545-3596.
Q Race Team Drivers & Crew
Attorney Leonard "Q" McCue's pure stock racecar, DeSoto
James Glover AACS late model race car, DeSoto Super Speedway.
Robert "Showtime" Yoho, AACS Super Late Model racecar,
DeSoto Super Speedway.
Q MOTORSPORTS DEBUT'S '69 PENSKE CAMARO AT
Pinellas Park Motorsports race team, Q Motorsports, competed
in the Historic Racing Series at Sebring International Raceway on December 1st.
The team proudly showcased their replica o9f the famous 1969 Penske #9 Camaro
Trans Am racecar, built in their Q Motorsports shop. Driver, Leonard "Q"
McCue competed among 45 cars, including
Porsche, Corvette and Mustang. Though the field consisted of many historically
significant racecars, the #9 Penske Camaro was quite obviously the crowd's
favorite. "There was tremendous interest in our racecar because it holds a
special place in history," says attorney McCue. "Penske competed with this car
in 1969 and blew away the competition with driver Mark Donahue. Mark's book, The
Unfair Advantage, describes the Penske team's invention of fast
fueling with a fueling tower." The
tower can be seen in the photo of Penske's car at California's Riverside
Raceway in 1969. Q Motorsport's race team manager, James Glover, took about a year to complete the car using such
tools as an "English Wheel" t create the fenders for the beautiful royal blue
racing machine. "I am very proud of what James built and the car was very
competitive in the race," says driver McCue. The "Speed" channel's documentary
representatives spent over two hours with the team on Saturday to track the
history and construction of the car. They also taped a battle on the racetrack
between Q's Camaro and a Mustang reminiscent of the halcyon days of Trans Am
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