Swamp buggy racing: Langford's Rubber Duck dynasty making a comeback

LANGFORD1 -- After a nine-year hiatus, 40-year-old swamp buggy driver Brian Langford, will return to the Florida Sports Park this fall in an all-new Rubber Duck machine. He will unveil the buggy Friday night from 6 to 10 at Porky's Last Stand Restaurant and Lounge in Golden Gate. The Langford name has been part of swamp buggy racing for four decades.

LANGFORD1 -- After a nine-year hiatus, 40-year-old swamp buggy driver Brian Langford, will return to the Florida Sports Park this fall in an all-new Rubber Duck machine. He will unveil the buggy Friday night from 6 to 10 at Porky's Last Stand Restaurant and Lounge in Golden Gate. The Langford name has been part of swamp buggy racing for four decades.

After nine years in hiding, the head-turning beast promises to resurface Friday night from 6 to 10 at Porky’s Last Stand Restaurant and Lounge in Golden Gate. That’s where Brian Langford, son of former world champion swamp buggy racer Terry Langford, will unveil the all-new machine that will make its on-track debut in the Budweiser Cup series opener Nov. 2-3 at the Florida Sports Park.

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