Oklahoma Super Modifieds
Oklahoma was the center of the NCRA (National Championship Racing Association) Racing in the 70's. Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Enid, Lawton, Muskogee and Dewey ran NCRA races in the 70's. With some of them throughout the 70's and others partially.
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From Lawton in the Herring #5, and former Lawton speedway champion it's A.J. Little.
A veteran campaigner and multiple track championships at Lawton & Wichita Falls tracks from Wichita Falls Tx, Eugene Hair in the #7, on the outside of one of the hot shoes from the Ness County Ks. Jon Johnson in the #86.
In the #32, Lawton modified champ in 74 and super Modified champ in 77, it's JR. Bruner from Lawton, doing battle with #5 the late Tommy Thomas from Tulsa.(RIP Tommy)
NCRA & Tulsa Speedway Champion Ray Crawford from Tulsa.
Longtime Kansas area and 81 Speedway flagman Al Alexander and Ray Crawford at the 1978 81 Speedway NCRA race.
Ray in the brand new Stanton super at the Hutch Nationals. Where he finished 4th behind a group of Wichita's finest.
Long Before The World of Outlaws sprint cars there was Jan Opperman, here Jan is in the Jerry Wilson #25.
Court Grandstaff From Dewey. Court is still at it as the owner of the #66 sprint car.
In the John Zink #52 and 2 time NCRA & 5 time Tulsa Speedway champion from Tulsa it's Emmett Hahn.
Al Alexander introduces Emmett Hahn at the 1978 NCRA 81 Speedway show.
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