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jdsprint71
April 25, 2011 at 01:01:24 PM
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Ray, Believe he does have the presence,feel for it , IF we can get the Motor to run a full night with no issues. Like to see how we would do.We'll keep working at it , Round 2 is this Fri. night.

Hope things go well for you today and you get to feeling better. Let us know what happens.

J.D.



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April 25, 2011 at 07:49:17 PM
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I'm good at saying prayers Ray. My thoughts and prayers are with you.


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brian26
June 03, 2011 at 03:38:07 PM
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face book pic I found

for no reason, than just to get this thread to the top

 




brian26
June 03, 2011 at 03:39:49 PM
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another just for good measure




brian26
June 03, 2011 at 03:43:14 PM
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Jackie Howerton at Eldora- July 1971, a MacElreath car behind it

Got this photo from Mar-Car




brian26
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Bkcr
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June 04, 2011 at 11:23:54 AM
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Brian was this about 1967-68? If tha is the Cate's deuce on the back of the outside row with Jackie Howerton next to him? The car on the outside row at the front looks like the 112 of Evard Humphrey

Ray



pokeyokie
June 04, 2011 at 01:31:53 PM
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Posted By: Bkcr on June 04 2011 at 11:23:54 AM

Brian was this about 1967-68? If tha is the Cate's deuce on the back of the outside row with Jackie Howerton next to him? The car on the outside row at the front looks like the 112 of Evard Humphrey

Ray



This was taken at the first NCRA race at Tulsa in 1971. Emmett Hahn won the race driving the Del Torrence Shotgun Sam's #1. Jay Woodside set quick time driving Bill Lewis's #54 car. The #007 is Charlie Wells.

Mike



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Posted By: pokeyokie on June 04 2011 at 01:31:53 PM

This was taken at the first NCRA race at Tulsa in 1971. Emmett Hahn won the race driving the Del Torrence Shotgun Sam's #1. Jay Woodside set quick time driving Bill Lewis's #54 car. The #007 is Charlie Wells.

Mike



That was 40 years ago on Memorial Day. You know that your getting old when you wer at an event and do not remember some things about it. I remember Emmitt winning over the hired gun Jay Woodside but I do not remember Charlie running his sedan with the supers. Just getting old

Ray

 



jdsprint71
June 07, 2011 at 12:02:11 PM
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Back from 5 nights of racing in Central Pennsylvania and also a trip over to New Jersey as well, 3 nights of Wingless USAC Sprints and a night at Williams Grove and also a night at Selinsgrove watching an ol friend run his 358 Sprinter there. Makes me want to do the non wing deal more and more after seeing 3 nights of it.

Williams Grove is quite the speed place , they wing the cars down on the LR so much they will pick up the RF off the ground and carry it for 20 or so yards on those long straightaways. Pretty cool stuff, lots of 1/2 miles and bigger places up there.

Bringing some new shocks back to try and got lessons in Shock Tech. 101 while up there, it is the way to tune your car now, shock tuning or at least that is all the rage up in Pa. Time to get back after it with the Hog Wagon this Fri. night.

J.D.



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June 07, 2011 at 05:17:23 PM
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Back from 5 nights of racing in Central Pennsylvania and also a trip over to New Jersey as well, 3 nights of Wingless USAC Sprints and a night at Williams Grove and also a night at Selinsgrove watching an ol friend run his 358 Sprinter there. Makes me want to do the non wing deal more and more after seeing 3 nights of it.

Williams Grove is quite the speed place , they wing the cars down on the LR so much they will pick up the RF off the ground and carry it for 20 or so yards on those long straightaways. Pretty cool stuff, lots of 1/2 miles and bigger places up there.

Bringing some new shocks back to try and got lessons in Shock Tech. 101 while up there, it is the way to tune your car now, shock tuning or at least that is all the rage up in Pa. Time to get back after it with the Hog Wagon this Fri. night.

J.D.



"Makes me want to do the non wing deal more and more after seeing 3 nights of it."

I can't imagine the tow bills to run non-wing races. Indiana or California every weekend. I sure like watching Ventura and USAC/CRA on the internet.

I see the URSS 305's are having a non wing show at Wakeeney. The problem with that is Jon Johnson will come out of retirement and load up and give them a schooling on how to race without a wing. I think he has done it at all the non-wing races in the last 10 years. One show at 81 I think he lapped everybody but 2nd place.

 


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Alan Keith
June 07, 2011 at 08:26:29 PM
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Posted By: jdsprint71 on June 07 2011 at 12:02:11 PM

Back from 5 nights of racing in Central Pennsylvania and also a trip over to New Jersey as well, 3 nights of Wingless USAC Sprints and a night at Williams Grove and also a night at Selinsgrove watching an ol friend run his 358 Sprinter there. Makes me want to do the non wing deal more and more after seeing 3 nights of it.

Williams Grove is quite the speed place , they wing the cars down on the LR so much they will pick up the RF off the ground and carry it for 20 or so yards on those long straightaways. Pretty cool stuff, lots of 1/2 miles and bigger places up there.

Bringing some new shocks back to try and got lessons in Shock Tech. 101 while up there, it is the way to tune your car now, shock tuning or at least that is all the rage up in Pa. Time to get back after it with the Hog Wagon this Fri. night.

J.D.



Were you just spectating or racing in PA? The wife and I was at Williams Grove Friday night and really enjoyed the show.



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June 07, 2011 at 08:45:56 PM
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Two Okie spectators at The Grove on the same night.

 


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brian26
June 07, 2011 at 08:50:27 PM
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Pat Patterson at Tulsa?

 




Alan Keith
June 07, 2011 at 09:11:05 PM
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Posted By: Racing From The Past on June 07 2011 at 08:45:56 PM

Two Okie spectators at The Grove on the same night.

 



My wife corrected us. Three Okies there Friday Night.



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My wife corrected us. Three Okies there Friday Night.



Probably 2 couples I'm guessing?

 


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brian26
June 07, 2011 at 11:14:15 PM
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Here's a survivor found at the Stray Kat car show- photo by Patty Eslick Larkin (the pretty redhead)

 




brian26
June 07, 2011 at 11:15:24 PM
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A few found on facebook lately

 




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