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dirtrack234
July 21, 2009 at 06:43:42 PM
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14th ANNUAL $10,000 TO WIN STREET STOCK NATIONALS. THE RICHEST STREET STOCK RACES IN OKLAHOMA HISTORY IS AT ENID SPEEDWAY PARK IN ENID,OKLAHOMA. SEPT 24TH-27 2009 Here are the payouts for the SEPT. 24th-27 2009 NATIONALS

A FEATURE
1st $10,000
2nd $4,000
3rd $3,000
4th $2,000
5th $1,500
6th $1,000
7th-20th $750

$750 TO START 'A' MAIN

$400 TO 'B' FEATURE NON QUALIFIERS THAT START THE 'B'

$250 TO 'C' FEATURE NON QUALIFIERS THAT START THE 'C'

TEST AND TUNE THURSDAY NIGHT THE 24TH. PIT GATES OPEN AT 3:00 FRIDAY THE 25TH AND SATURDAY THE 26TH AND 11:00 A.M. SUNDAY THE 27TH.

$250 ENTRY FEE, CASHIER'S CHECK OR MONEY ORDER ONLY FOR PRE-REGISTRATION.

GRAND STAND ADMISSION: $15.00 ADULTS $13.00 SENIORS OR MILITARY W/ID
$5.00 KIDS 6-12 KIDS UNDER 6 STILL GET IN FREE. 'FAMILY PACK' 4 PACK- 2 ADULTS & 2 KIDS [ 6-12 ]-$35.00 OR 6 PACK 2 ADULTS & 4 KIDS [ 6-12 ]-$40.00.

FOR MORE INFO OR RULES PLEASE GO TO www.enidspeedwayparkllc.com

MAKE YOUR VACATION PLANS AND HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE.

Here is little bit on the past winners. It was a Cinderella story for Eddie Martin, of Stilwell, as he posted the win in the inaugural event. Martin raced his way from the “D” feature in the final day of the 1996 show to qualify for a starting spot in the 50-lap main. He marched from the back of the “A” feature to capture the win.

In 1997, local hero Troy Gemmill thrilled the Enid crowd with a win. The next two years were sweet for professional late model driver Edwin Wells, of Morrilton, Ark. Walt Butler took the victory in 1998 in a car owned by Wells, and Wells came back in 1999 to post the win.

Modified competitor Kelly Cross, of Amarillo, Texas, dominated the field in 2000, and Ron Jones, of Zimmerman, Minn., won in 2001. Trivitt Hegwood, of Goodwell, beat Cross to win the following year, and Levi McGowen won in 2003.

Hometown favorite Kenny Morris had the fans on their feet as he put his Ford in the winner’s circle in 2004, and modified hot shoe Chad McNamara, of Blackwell, dominated the event in 2005 and 2006, becoming the first repeat winner. 2007 winner was Chris Dawson from Post TX, he won on the last lap as the leader Rod Bencken from Kansas got caught up in lapped traffic. Last years winner was Chad McMamara making him a three time winner. So you can see many drivers from diferent states has won. Its hard to say who is going to win but one thing for sure its going to be a GREAT SHOW. If you need any answers please call track promotor Lonnie at 580-554-0459 or leave a reply and I will find out for you. Thanks and hope to see you here.


JIMMY MINTER 'AKA'dirtrack234                  
Yesterday 
is history, 
tomorrow is a mystery, and today is a gift. That is 
why they call it the present.

dirtrack234
July 28, 2009 at 06:37:05 PM
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2009 Street Stock National Rules

1. BODY; 1960 to current year. OEM stock steel or aftermarket stock appearing bodies, Aluminum or steel OK. 8” spoiler maximum.

2. WEIGHT; 3000 pounds off the track with the driver.

3. STEERING; Must be stock for that year and model. Heim and swedge tubes will be allowed for tie rods.

4. FUEL CELLS; Fuel cells only. Must be securely mounted to roll cage. Roll over flaps or roll over valves must be installed at fuel cell.

5. FUEL; Any type gasoline allowed. Alcohol allowed

6. ENGINE; GM GM, Ford Ford, Chrysler Chrysler. Steel block, steel heads. Aluminum heads allowed must run 25 pound weight in front of engine plate. Any aluminum intake. One two or four barrel naturally aspirated carburetor. NO electric fuel pumps. Manuel push rod or belt drive OK. Engine can be no further back than number one spark plug hole, aligned with center of ball joint.

7. SUSPENSION; Weight jacks or screw type spacers allowed. Rear end optional. Quick changes and Floaters OK. Upper A frames OEM type or aftermarket. Lower A frames OEM type. One shock per wheel. NO nitrogen filled, air or reservoir shocks allowed. Panhard bar OK on rear. Third link optional. NO shocks allowed on third links. Heim joint and swedge tubes are allowed on lower rearend trailing arms.

8. TIRES; Maximum 10” inch wheel. Bead locks OK. Hoosier, Goodyear or American Racer asphalt takeoffs. Maximum 27.0 x 10.0 x 15. Hoosier 500 10” or 8” are OK. Street tires with a maximum size of 275R60 15 will be allowed. May groove or sipe tires.

9. FRAMES: A: Frame must be stock and of same manufacture as body and engine. GM on GM, Ford on Ford except Chrysler cars can run on GM frame and GM suspension only. Suspension must remain in OEM stock location.
B: Frames must remain stock and same type from front bumper to firewall.
C: The fabricated frame must be an extension of the stock frame. Front to back 101” inch wheel base minimum. 1960 to current year frames.

10. TRANSMISSIONS; OEM type transmissions. On OEM transmissions clutch must be mounted to crankshaft. Gears may lightened. Brinn, Falcon, or Bert transmissions allowed. Must have scatter shield/ explosion proof bell housing.

11. ENGINE CLAIM; $2000.00 and motor swap. Any car on the lead lap can claim first four positions. Pay them $2000.00 and your engine, (in running condition). Claim must be made by driver. Claim must be made with ten minutes of checkered flag.

12. NOT ALLOWED; NO mirrors, NO radios, NO TRACTION CONTROL.

13. ROLL CAGES; Must be 1 ½” x .095 tubing. And car must meet Enid Speedway Park safety specifications.

14. SAFTEY; ALL drivers must have full fire suit, gloves, and shoes. Window net or TWO arm restraints. Arm restraints must be functional and in operating order, you will be checked before you enter the racetrack. If arm restraints are not in working order, you will not be allowed out of staging area.

IF IT DOES NOT SAY YOU CAN…THEN YOU CAN’T!!!

ALL CONTESTANTS MUST ABIDE BY ALL RULES AND REGULATIONS OF ENID SPEEDWAY
PROMOTER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE OR CLARIFY ANY RULES TO IMPROVECOMPETITION, SAFETY OR COST.


JIMMY MINTER 'AKA'dirtrack234                  
Yesterday 
is history, 
tomorrow is a mystery, and today is a gift. That is 
why they call it the present.

dirtrack234
July 28, 2009 at 07:14:10 PM
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JIMMY MINTER 'AKA'dirtrack234                  
Yesterday 
is history, 
tomorrow is a mystery, and today is a gift. That is 
why they call it the present.

dirtrack234
August 04, 2009 at 09:10:24 AM
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'LAST YEARS RESULTS'
Over eighty cars made the trek to Enid Speedway Park to battle in the 13th annual $10,000 to win Street Stock Nationals. A near full house was on hand to witness the final leg of the three-day event Sunday as some of the fastest cars in the nation made their final bids for the big money purse.

Blackwell hot shoe Chad McNamara found track conditions to his liking, as he made track history and became the first three-time winner to take home the huge payday aboard his IES Raglin/Ponca Machine sponsored ride. McNamara won this event, as well as in 2005 and 2006, in the car he built in 2003.

“The track rubbered up and it was fast but hard on engines and tires. Luck was on our side. My right rear tire went flat when I pulled into the barn,” said McNamara. “Winning this for the third time is an awesome feeling. It is a lot of work but it really paid off today and this car is for sale.”

Competition was fast and furious in the 50-lap main event with three past champions starting in the first five rows. Jarrod Reimer exploded off the pole and showed the way. Defending champion Chris Dawson went in hot pursuit, and it was a heated battle for several laps with Dawson making a low charge onto the point in lap six. But all that effort was for naught as Travis Johnson stalled at the top of turn four and put the track under caution.

Reimer resumed the lead on the restart only to see another yellow flag wave as Gary Langworthy and Dustin Allen crashed on the back straight. Reimer headed up the field and boasted a strong lead when another caution waved for debris in turn two.

Reimer rushed away and had command of the track when Gary Nulf blew his motor in lap 14 and brought out a further yellow. Levi McGowan, the 2003 champ, and Billy Kelly slammed into the wall on the restart and brought out a red flag.

Reimer picked up where he left off but was unable to hold off the hard-charging Jerry Derr in lap 18. Derr wasted no time and sported a straight away lead in a mere two laps. Derr appeared unbeatable as he skillfully lapped his way through over half of the field by lap 35.

Derr fell off the pace two laps later which saw Kip Hughes storm onto the point. Derr stopped at the top of turn three and brought out yet another caution flag. Hughes headed up the start but blew his motor coming out of turn four which saw McNamara charge onto the point.

With a clear track in front of him McNamara was unstoppable and had a commanding lead when Alan Screws spun to a halt and brought out a yellow flag in lap 44. McNamara hustled away when the track went green only to see another caution wave as Phil Pearson flew off the track.

McNamara headed up the field which had dwindled to 10 cars and had a straight away lead when a yellow flag flew in lap 47 as Rod Bencken came to a halt in the groove.

The big money race was reduced to a two-lap shootout. McNamara show-ed the way and never looked back on his path to the checkered flag. Bud Longpine captured second, trailed by Brian Parker, Screws, and Pearson.

Longpine stormed to victory in the “B” with Wesley Kruckenberg taking the win in the “C” feature. Randy Miller, Ryan Hill and Jason Keller took the wins respectively in the “D,” “E” and “F” features.

Persistence paid off for Dawson as he captured the win in the Saturday night "A" feature.

Billy Kelly rushed off the outside pole and headed up the early goings. A yellow flag waved in lap three when Todd Decker and Parker spun in turn three.

Kelly picked up where he left off on the restart, but all that effort was for naught as Humberto Rocha came to a halt on the back straight and put the track back under caution.

Kelly continued his run when the race went green with Gary Nulf hooked to his bumper like glue. Another yellow flag flew in lap eight for a three-car pile-up on the back straight.

The fourth restart was a charm for Hughes as he found his way to the front. Hughes shot away from the field like a rocket and sported a 10-car length lead in a mere two laps. But Dawson found the quick way around and was challenging for the lead when James Lott hit the wall and put the track back under caution.

It was a drag race on the start as Hughes and Dawson continued their heated duel. With two laps to go Dawson took command with a daring high challenge and boasted a straight away lead at the line. Hughes held onto second trailed by Nulf, Levi McGowan and Gardner.

Miller posted the win in the “B” feature with Mark Mullins taking the honors in the “C.” Troy Naeger, Jesse Willard and Don Yoder captured their respective wins in the “D,” “E” and “F” features.

Saturday night heat winners were McGowan, Kelly, Parker, Hughes, Joel Lane, Bobby Joe Scott, Dawson, Nulf, Gardner and Rocha.


JIMMY MINTER 'AKA'dirtrack234                  
Yesterday 
is history, 
tomorrow is a mystery, and today is a gift. That is 
why they call it the present.

dirtrack234
August 23, 2009 at 07:12:20 PM
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Here are some great places to stay here in Enid while you are here for

the Street Stock Nationals. These are great places with lots of rooms and

wonderful parking for you cars. When you call to set up a room please

tell them you are going to be here for the Street Stock Nationals and that

will get you these very good rates on your rooms, Thanks and hope to

see you here. Day's Inn, 2901 S. Van Buren Enid, Ok 73701, Phone #580

-237-6000, $49.95 per night. Best Western, 2818 S. Van Buren Enid, Ok

73701 Phone #580-242-7110, $70.00 per night. This is a great discount at

both places and remember to say you want the Street Stock Nationals

discount, Thanks again and all of us here at Enid Speedway Park are

looking forward to meeting each and everyone of you!


JIMMY MINTER 'AKA'dirtrack234                  
Yesterday 
is history, 
tomorrow is a mystery, and today is a gift. That is 
why they call it the present.

dirtrack234
September 09, 2009 at 10:24:38 PM
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Posts: 1628
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Only around 2 weeks left. Hope to get a chance to meet you guys.


JIMMY MINTER 'AKA'dirtrack234                  
Yesterday 
is history, 
tomorrow is a mystery, and today is a gift. That is 
why they call it the present.

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