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bamme9-5 Todd Bammer drives the Moeller Bros. #18 Maxim/Brandex into turn one during qualifying at San Jose Speedway 9-5-97. 23K
blaki9-5 Dave Blaney makes his winning pass on the outside of Steve Kinser through turn two at San Jose Speedway 9-5-97. 23K
blan19-5 Dave Blaney lifts the front end of the Vivarin #10 during heat race action on the tacky San Jose Speedway 9-5-97. 30K
blan29-5 Preliminary feature winner Dave Blaney celebrates with trophy presenters Oceania (left) and Laurie Mendes (right). Blaney broke Sammy Swindell's 7-race win streak at San Jose Speedway 9-5-97. 22K
bmcma9-5 Bobby McMahan sets the Bumgarner #88 JB/Tri-C into turn one during his qualifying attempt at San Jose Speedway 9-5-97. 22K
brka19-5 Brent Kaeding, in the BK Racing #2M Maxim/Shaver, fights a pushing race car through turn one. Most drivers were trying to get "unhooked" on the sticky San Jose Speedway surface at San Jose Speedway 9-5-97. 28K
brka29-5 Nine-time King of California champion Brent Kaeding surveys the competition in the pits at San Jose Speedway 9-5-97. 16K
doll19-5 Craig Dollansky gives this photographer a good view of the eagle graphic on the top wing of the Wahlie #1W during his qualifying run at San Jose Speedway 9-5-97. 26K
doll29-5 Craig Dollansky flashes his baby blues while waiting for hot laps to begin at San Jose Speedway 9-5-97. 17K
furr0905 Brad Furr qualifies his dad Randy's #2F Jenkins/Gaerte at San Jose Speedway 9-5-97. 27K
gaer19-5 Joe Gaerte runs the #3G Maxim/Gaerte hard into turn one during qualifying at San Jose Speedway 9-5-97. 24K
gaer29-5 Joe Gaerte poses for a pit-side shot before hot laps at San Jose Speedway 9-5-97. 18K
hanna9-5 Randy Hannagan, back in his brother Terry's #1X car, qualifies at his home track, San Jose Speedway 9-5-97. 22K
haud0905 "The Wild Child" Jac Haudenschild runs through turn two in the Pennzoil sponsored #22 during qualifying at San Jose Speedway 9-5-97. 31K
herre9-5 Johnny Herrera shows nice form qualifying the #47 Casey's General Store car through turn one at San Jose Speedway 9-5-97. 21K
hill19-5 Andy Hillenburg slides the STP #2 into turn one during his qualifying effort at San Jose Speedway 9-5-97. 29K
hill29-5 Andy Hillenburg chats in the pits before hot laps at San Jose Speedway 9-5-97. 21K
hodne9-5 Greg Hodnett, who will be picking up the Vivarin sponsorship for the 1998 season, qualifies the #11H Selma Shell Maxim at San Jose Speedway 9-5-97. 27K
jswga9-5 Jeff Swindell goes low to move around Joe Gaerte during WoO heat race action at San Jose Speedway 9-5-97. 31K
jswin9-5 Jeff Swindell relaxes in the pits before the nights' racing activities begin at San Jose Speedway 9-5-97. 18K
lasos9-5 Danny "The Dude" Lasoski qualifies Dennis Roth's Beef Packers #83 car at San Jose Speedway 9-5-97. 23K
mcbri9-5 Ron McBride, who earlier this season shocked the NARC regulars with a big Golden State Challenge victory at Chico, qualifies his own #74 car at San Jose. Unfortunately, he would later be involved in a major prang which destroyed the car at San Jose Speedway 9-5-97. 21K
mkin19-5 Mark Kinser, the defending WoO champ, fights the same push that everyone else had at San Jose Speedway in the Wirtgen America Maxim #5M on 9-5-97. 26K
mkin29-5 Mark Kinser stops to pose for a quick shot after drawing the #6 pill for the inversion for the Vivarin Dash at San Jose Speedway on 9-5-97. 16K
murme9-5 Aussie Peter Murphy moves low to challenge Jason Meyers during the B main at San Jose Speedway on 9-5-97. 28K
murp19-5 Sydney's own Peter Murphy has picked up the ride in Morrie Williams' #0 Maxim/Wesmar since the Knoxville Nationals, replacing former WoO regular Jimmy Carr at San Jose Speedway on 9-5-97. 23K
murp29-5 Peter Murphy surveys the situation in the pits at San Jose Speedway before hot laps at San Jose Speedway on 9-5-97. 23K
pmcma9-5 Paul McMahan, in a tight battle for WoO Rookie of the Year, hot laps the #75 Stanton Mopar car at San Jose Speedway on 9-5-97. 27K
sammy9-5 Sammy Swindell slams the #1 Channel Lock Gambler into turn one during qualifying. Sammy came to San Jose riding a 7-race WoO win streak at San Jose Speedway on 9-5-97. 29K
shabm9-5 #15 - Donnie Schatz, who leads in the tight battle for WoO Rookie of the Year honors, battles with Bobby McMahan through turn two at San Jose Speedway on 9-5-97. 28K
skinser1 Steve Kinser shows beautiful form during qualifying as he backs the famous #11 car into turn one at San Jose Speedway on 9-5-97. 29K
skin29-5 Steve Kinser won the 5-lap Vivarin Dash to start on the pole of the 20-lap preliminary feature. Trophy presenters Oceania (left) and Laurie Mendes (right) do the honors at San Jose Speedway on 9-5-97. 24K
ssmit9-5 Stevie Smith qualifies his dad's creation, the black and yellow #19 car at San Jose Speedway on 9-5-97. 22K
statl9-5 "Racin'" Jason Statler slides the well-maintained #00 ATM Motorsports Maxim through turn one at San Jose Speedway on 9-5-97. 26K
tarmu9-5 #21T - Tommy Tarlton runs side-by-side with Aussie visitor #0 - Peter Murphy during their heat race at San Jose Speedway on 9-5-97. 29K
tkae19-5 Tim Kaeding swapped cars with Stephan Allard, with Kaeding now running the Mike Cosper-owned #6, and Allard running the Wright One Construction #35 car at San Jose Speedway on 9-5-97. 29K
tkae29-5 Tim Kaeding tried a slide job for the lead in his heat race, but came up a bit short, starting a series of nasty looking flips that put a major hurt to the #6 Maxim at San Jose Speedway on 9-5-97. 25K
45big Jeff Rohrbaugh in the Swope Salvage 410 at Lincoln Speedway 97K
alvis927 Many-time BCRA champion Floyd Alvis slides his own #18x Stealth/Pontiac midget into turn one at Antioch 9-27-97 23K
bk0927 "BK", the nine-time Golden State Challenge King of California champion, shows his form during hot laps in the #2M BK Racing Maxim/Shaver at Antioch 9-27-97 18K
bonem927 Jerry Bonemma tries to get "un-hooked" on the tacky Antioch Speedway clay surface in the #58 Jenkins/Bonemma at Antioch 9-27-97. 14K
brown927 Larry Brown lifts the front end during hot laps. Brown was victorious in the BCRA midget main event at Antioch this night in the car that Tony Stewart won his USAC National Midget Championship in two years ago 9-27-97 16K
bukae927 Brandon Kaeding flashes a smile in the pits before the NARC feature at Antioch 9-27-97 10K
calde927 Rex Calderwood power-slides the #40 Dave Calderwood owned midget into turn one at Antioch 9-27-97 13K
debea927 Former BCRA champ Marc DeBeaumont shows his stuff in his dad's beautiful brand new midget at Antioch 9-27-97 15K
decai927 Greg DeCaires has moved to the #30 Hal Jacobson sprinter for the remainder of the season at Antioch 9-27-97 19K
dupon927 Tommy DuPont backs the #3 midget into turn one at Antioch Speedway 9-27-97 14K
giffi927 With the wheels to the locks, John Giffin gives his #3D midget the "Ascot slide" into turn one at Antioch 9-27-97. 14K
jrile927 John Riley, Jr. joins his brother, Ryan, among the ranks of NARC sprint drivers, piloting the #24 Dale Orth Racing JB at Antioch 9-27-97 19K
kent0927 Steve Kent is shown qualifying the #2 Duke McMillen-owned Gambler/Tri-C sprinter at Antioch 9-27-97 14K
mccre927 1968 and 1972 NARC champ Mike McCreary still puts the hammer down, running his own designed Oval Chassis Research sprint car #71 at Antioch 9-27-97. 16K
molic927 #4X Ken Molica is certainly a rare breed of speedcar driver: Molica has been through not one but TWO heart transplants, yet still gets the job done on the race track. Molica has been driving race cars for 25 years! 14K
monah927 Mike Monahan makes the long tow from Reno, Nevada to run with the NARC sprint cars at Antioch 9-27-97 15K
lund0927 Jason Lund, driving the Lund Farms J & J/Wesmar, gave Brent Kaeding a good run for the money during the 30-lap feature at Antioch Speedway 9-27-97 16K
murp1927 Sydney Australia's Peter Murphy poses for a shot before the 30-lap feature at Antioch Speedway 9-27-97 16K
murp2927 Peter Murphy backs the Morrie Williams #0 Maxim into turn one. Murphy will remain in the Williams car for the remainder of the season, running not only the next two NARC shows, but then on to Texas to join up with the WoO and their season-ending meets in the Southwest and in Southern California. This team has proven they are to be reckoned with in both NARC and WoO competition. Antioch Speedway 9-27-97 17K
nels0927 Greg Nelson lifts the left front wheel as he backs the #32 car into turn one at Antioch Speedway 9-27-97 15K
nich0927 Chad Nichols "tilts" the #97 Dave Thurston-owned midget into turn one at Antioch Speedway 9-27-97 12K
prat1927 Sterling Pratz fought for the lead early in the 30-lap BCRA midget feature, and ended up finishing 5th at Antioch Speedway 9-27-97 12K
rodri927 Johnny Rodriguez now pilots the #10 Gary Mitchell car, effectively swapping rides with Greg DeCaires in the #30 car at Antioch Speedway 9-27-97 14K
scoel927 Steve Coelho qualifies the "Eat Beef Special" #6 JB/Tri-C SC Motorsports car at Antioch Speedway 9-27-97 18K
stree927 #14X Matt Streeter leans his midget into turn one at Antioch Speedway 9-27-97 14K
tardi927 Defending BCRA champion Terry Tarditi runs the T & T Trucking #64 hard into turn one at Antioch Speedway 9-27-97 15K
tinbu927 #83 - Randy "Boo" Tiner races with #29 - Brandon "Bud" Kaeding during heat race action for the NARC sprint cars one at Antioch Speedway 9-27-97 18K
top30927 The top three finishers in the 30-lap NARC feature at Antioch Speedway 9-27-97 winner Brent Kaeding (his 16th NARC win of 1997) (center); second place Randy Tiner (right); third place Jason Lund (left) 23K
tynan927 Joey Tynan powers the #01 Joe Tynan midget into turn one at Antioch 9-27-97 14K
weisz927 Marysville regular Colby Weisz qualifies the Weisz #21N car at Antioch 9-27-97 16K
white927 Early BCRA feature race leader Tommy White slides the #2X car into turn one at Antioch 9-27-97 14K
fennmcma #36 - Sean Fenn races closely with #88 - Bobby McMahan through turn one at San Jose Speedway 10-18-97 21K
parad The 4-wide parade lap salute to the fans at San Jose 10-18-97 - Brent Kaeding, Kevin Pylant, Steve Kent & Randy Hannagan 22K
top3-101 The top three finishers in the 30-lap NARC- Budweiser feature: winner Randy Hannagan (center); second place Brent Kaeding (right); third place Steve Kent (left)- San Jose Speedway 10-18-97 21K
taveswil #34 - Jim Taves runs wheel-to-wheel with #76 - Gary Willey through turn two at San Jose Speedway 10-18-97 20K
bk1018 BK in a classic shot: the technique must be effective as its helped him to 10 NARC and 9 "King of California" championships - San Jose Speedway 10-18-97 19K
monicobu #21 - Mark Monico dices with #29 - Bud Kaeding through turn two at San Jose Speedway 10-18-97. 21K
castobon #40 - Lindsey Casto and #58 - Jerry Bonemma fight for position in turn two at San Jose Speedway 10-18-97. 20K
statler1 Jason Statler was attempting what nearly all 38 other drivers in attendance were: how to get unhooked! Statler saved it and continued on at San Jose Speedway 10-18-97. 18K
bud1018 Bud gets Budlight! Bud Kaeding gets very light on the left side in front of the Budlight sign at San Jose Speedway 10-18-97. 18K

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