As one of early stock car racing’s most successful car owners, it is appropriate that Raymond Parks captured the first two championships offered by the fledgling National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, an organization Parks helped form in 1947.
Cunningham Motorsports had the fastest car on the final day of ARCA Racing Series open testing Saturday at Daytona International Speedway, but it was Venturini Motorsports which screamed the loudest over the two-day session.
In 1994, Andy Hillenburg became the first Oklahoman to win the Chili Bowl Midget Nationals. Twenty-two years later, the Golden Driller trophy has made its way home as Norman, Oklahoma’s Christopher Bell made his mark in the history books...
It’s not been uncommon over the years to see the Venturini Motorsports team atop the leader board in ARCA Racing Series open testing at Daytona International Speedway. Friday was no different as Venturini teammates Spencer Davis and Noah Gragson led the way.
Adding to the list of first time winners at Oklahoma’s Tulsa Expo Raceway, Travis Berryhill solidified his spot in Saturday’s championship feature event with a win in Wednesday night’s qualifying action at the 31st annual Chili Bowl Midget Nationals.