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1974 USAC Midget Season


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Top Row Jim

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Who was the only driver to participate in all the events of the 1974 USAC Midget division? Jim
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Jim- Larry Rice?
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Sorry John, not Larry. Try again. Jim
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Mel Kenyon?

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Sorry jw14racer, not Mel. Keep Trying
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I'm going out on a limb and go with Dave Strickland?
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Kevin Olson
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Thanks to all for your guesses.The answer is Richard Powell who was 1974 Rookie of The Year and also won his first USAC Midget main that year. My information comes from the November 1974 USAC Magazine. Jim
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Thanks to all for your guesses.The answer is Richard Powell who was 1974 Rookie of The Year and also won his first USAC Midget main that year. My information comes from the November 1974 USAC Magazine. Jim


If memory serves me correctly, the most amazing part is that Richard lived in Oklahoma and ended up driving over 100,000 "tow miles" that year working toward the ROTY honors, which was unique at that time.




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