SCOTTSDALE, AZ - The home of legendary race car driver and Valley businessman Bob Bondurant is open for the holidays.
Bob and his wife Pat welcome family and friends with tinsel, garlands, gingerbread, glittering wreaths, food and fun.
The twinkling 16-foot tree in the living room comes with a story. Pat recalls when close friend Elvis Presley stopped by her family's home in 1959 with a gingerbread house for the family. Ever since, Pat has tried to relive that memory each year, noting that all 800 gingerbread-themed and glittering ornaments are candy, sugarplum or gingerbread edibles.
Hanging from the ceiling are eight full-scale reindeer, led by shiny-nosed Rudolph.
Bob Bondurant is the founder of the Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving. Last year the company Christmas party was held at Bob and Pat's home, a big hit with the employees and their spouses.
Watch the video above for a look into the Christmas world of the Bondurants
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