Trading in a buggy for dreams of NASCAR
February 8, 2013
The closest Marlin Yoder came to having a set of wheels as a youth in an Amish family was hitching the horses to the family’s buggy.
He left that world behind to pursue his dream of NASCAR glory.
Now 22, Yoder has been gone from his family’s home since age 17½. He’d long entertained thoughts about living as one of the “English,” as the Amish refer to outsiders, and he moved in with a friend who’d left the same Amish community a couple of years earlier.
Read more« Back to News