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Drivers with Drivers 2017

Golf Club of Estrella 11800 South Golf Club Dr. Goodyear, AZ 85338 Golf Package: Green Fees & Golf Carts Practice Balls Prior to Play Electronic Scoring Professional Post-Round Scoring Golf Tournament 6:30 am - Registration 8:00 am - Tee Off Mulligans Mulligans may be purchased at registration $10.00 [...]

Sands Chevrolet USAC Southwest Sprint Car Race Results

SANDS CHEVROLET USAC SOUTHWEST SPRINT CAR RACE RESULTS February 11, 2017 – Peoria, Arizona – Canyon Speedway Park - “Steve Stroud Memorial” FIRST HEAT: (8 laps) Charles Davis Jr. (#50 Massey) Matt Lundy (#98 Lundy) Tye Mihocko (#5 Mihocko) Michael Curtis (#11C Turner/Wheeler) Brian Hosford (#32 Hosford) Jeff Lowery (#45 [...]

Darland Takes Steve Stroud Memorial USAC Southwest Sprint Race

DARLAND TAKES STEVE STROUD MEMORIAL USAC SOUTHWEST SPRINT RACE Dave Darland and Aragon Racing teamed up to compete in the inaugural Steve Stroud Memorial, Sands Chevrolet USAC Southwest Sprint Car event at Canyon Speedway Park in Peoria, Arizona. The February 11, 2017 event was named in honor of Mr. Steve [...]

1946 Surdo Offy Midget

Owned by Dick Belveal, this Kurtis Kraft Midget features a 110 Offenhauser engine. Frank Kurtis built nearly 600 serialized racers, with their varied histories documented in books and magazines throughout the U.S. This combination of car and power plant was almost impossible to beat in post-war racing and dominated for [...]

1952 Blakely Champ Car

Bob and Karen Fletcher’s Kurtis Kraft 4000 is also Offenhauser powered but with a much larger version at 270 cid. The “Champ” cars were known for the national championship series, and they followed racing on the biggest of stages at state fair mile-long tracks and eventually at the Indianapolis 500. [...]

1959 Payola Super Modified

Mike Fritzinger’s ‘Hank Henry Super Modified’ packs a blown and injected small-block Chevy on an 85-inch wheel base. This car was in a “Run What You Brung” class that ran in the Southwest, 1959−1965. “The near lack of rules gave rise to options such as supercharging,” Mickey says. The car [...]

1933 Garnant Miller Big Car

This 80-plus-year-old classic from the Bill Ewing collection has a Miller/ Offenhauser 247-cid powerplant with a very rare Pirrung intake manifold and two DD Winfield carburetors. Built in 1933, this car raced for nearly 20 years on the West Coast, winning the 1934 Pacific Coast AAA Championship and finishing fifth [...]

1991 Jeff Gordon Silver Crown

Fred Ede’s “Beast” has a 355-cid Chevy V-8 outputting 750 horses. The colorful 100-inch wheelbase car was very well known on the challenging mile dirt circuit where the cars reached speeds approaching 140 mph. The winner of 1991 USAC Silver Crown Championship, this car helped begin Jeff Gordon’s NASCAR racing [...]

1979 Larry Howard Midget

This race car, now owned by Tony Stewart, has opposing 4-cylinder alcohol-injected VW engines. It was campaigned 1979 to 1981. The car is very light at between 800 and 900 pounds and enjoyed a very low center of gravity provided by the air-cooled opposing cylinder engines. Knicknamed “Fidget” by car [...]

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