Speedy Records was a DIY label. It's only product, 'The Champions' b/w 'Workin' Al' Nighter' by a group of mechanics from the Lotus motor racing team, looks like a promotional record. The record was produced to celebrate Emerson Fittipaldi‘s stunning F1 title glory at the wheel of the fabulous, JPS Lotus 72. However, the picture sleeve has a record company logo on it - a mouse with racing car wheels, and the words 'SPEEDY RECORDS' below it. As the makers of the record have gone to the bother of providing a name for their label I reckon that they deserve to have the label noted. The single came out in 1973 and had a catalogue number of SPD-1001. The songs on it are similar to those that are usually sung by football teams. Distributed By Speedy Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.