Moviegoers likely remember Paul Newman as one of Hollywood’s biggest stars. And that’s perfectly normal given the Ohio-born actor won an Academy, six Golden Globes and an Emmy, among other awards. To others, however, Newman wasn’t just the best actor in Scorsese’s "The Color of Money," but a successful racing driver that made his debut at 47, an age that usually sees other racers calling it quits. It all started while Newman was training at the Watkins Glen Racing School for the filming of "Winning," a 1969 movie. From then on, racing became his life’s passion.