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    14TH ANNUAL $10,000 TO WIN STREET STOCK NATIONALS

    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.

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    If anyone needs to ask about anything the promotors name is Lonnie and his number is 580-554-0459. If he dont answer please leave him a message and he will get back to you or you can ask on here and I will do my best to find out for you, Thanks


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