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September 12, 2014 Santa Maria, CA: Woodland Auto Display in Paso Robles had 1952 Shilala midget; 1962 Don Brown sprint driven by Billy Wilkerson; 1965 Hank Henry 93 driven by host Richard Woodland; 1966 Don Edmunds 54 Hot Rod cover model; 1970 Morral 880 built by Bobby Allen for Smokey Snellbaker; 1972 Bogar 99 built by Ralph Heintzelman for Jan Opperman; 1975 Grant King sprint with 360 rotated for Anthony Simone; 1976 Don Maxwell by Mike Shaw; 1978 King roadster for George Snider; 1995 Dave Ellis by Rip Williams; Tamale Wagon by Rick Goudy; and Ken Woodruff’s Trostle 21 in which Jimmy Boyd won first World of Outlaws final in 1978. Boyd beat NARC at Santa Maria for Vern Kornbrust in 1979. Santa Maria remains largely unchanged, which is good because this is a racy third-mile. Best tracks are often built into natural bowls. Coastal clay is acutely affected by tide. Santa Maria has frequently plagued by fog. It was wavy for King of the West when Bud Kaeding (Williams 0) led until losing torsion stop. Kaeding’s pop took over until Kyle Hirst could pin Brent in traffic. Hirst stays first most nights. Jason Statler however, had Double Zero hoppin’ through holes to score minor upset. The Big Guy had not topped KWS/Golden State 410 forces since 2008. Santa Maria is where Statler stunned the World of Outlaws in 1999. Outlaws have not been back.

Many historical player head shots courtesy of David Davis. Many thanks to him. All images are property the copyright holder and are displayed here for informational purposes only.


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