Joseph DeLuca (racing driver)
Joseph DeLuca went to Vailsburg High School. He attended the Newark College of Engineering and Jersey City State College, where he earned a bachelor's degree in Mathematics. He later started to work at Pfizer Consumer Healthcare in Morris Plains as a Systems Business Consultant in the Information Systems group.
Besides that, he also was a vivid sports car enthusiast, starting at amateur races from an early age on. From 1967 to 1979, he rallied pro competitions. In 1979 he joined the SCCA to race Showroom Stock cars. From 1980 through 1995 DeLuca competed at the Showroom Stock and Improved Touring, winning the NARRC Improved Touring Championship in 1986.
After his active career, DeLuca was a regional executive for the NNJR from 1988 to 1989.
Joseph DeLuca also created the comic strip, The Adventures of Raymond the Cat. The strip about a anthropomorphistic sports car-driving cat later leaving home to become a "SCCA flagger" appeared in the San Francisco Regions' WHEEL and Cal Club Regions' newspaper, and in newspapers in Philadelphia and New York.
It ceased publication in 1995.
- Short biography at United Heroes Retrieved 26.April 2014
- Short biography at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 28.October 2001 Retrieved 26.April 2014
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