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ALLEN SAMUELS of Hutchinson To Sponsor Official Pa...
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3/10/2021 -
**Minor form & Driver information sheet are on here under the RULES tab for you to print off & have ready at check in! **Race time will be 7:30pm **
ALLEN SAMUELS of Hutchinson To Sponsor Official Pa...

ALLEN SAMUELS of Hutchinson To Sponsor Official Pa...

7/5/2022 -
Allen Samuels, of Hutchinson, Ks, will be the new sponsor of the Official Pace Vehicle for the O'Reilly Auto Parts 66th Hutchinson Grand National Auto


6/16/2022 -
The Mid-Summer Classic known as the O'Reilly Auto Parts 66th Hutchinson Grand National Auto Races will unfold onto the famed Half-Mile oval of the Kan

Hutch Nationals


O'Reilly Auto Parts 67th Hutchinson Grand National Auto Races

Thursday, Friday, Saturday, July 13 - 14 - 15, 2023
Kansas State Fairgrounds, Hutchinson, Ks.

Street Stock: Scott Miller, Hutchinson, Ks.
Non-Wing Sprint Car: Ray Seeman, Jetmore, Ks.
Late Model: Kip Hughes, Enid, Ok.
Modified: Tyler Davis, Haysville, Ks.
305 Sprint Cars: Zach Blurton, Quinter, Ks.
"B" Mods: Gabe Hodges, Lebo, Ks.
AAAModified: Kevin Kemp, Maize, Ks.
Super Stock: Jerrod Reimer, Hutchinson, Ks.
Mini Stock: Jayce Reimer, Hutchinson, Ks.

HISTORY OF THE HUTCHINSON GRAND NATIONAL AUTO RACES: The first “Nationals” were held at Taft Stadium in Oklahoma City in 1957. More than 100 teams showed up for the event that featured cars known in racing circles as “Jalopies.” They ran on a track that surrounded a football field. The "Grand National Jalopy Championship race was a 200 lap race. Also worth noting, the purse for those races were never paid out as the race's primary promoter absconded with the gate money "During" the Championship Feature event.
Both the field and stadium are still used today in Oklahoma City to host football games. Due to the large amount of competitors and limited space for parking, promoter Jack Merrick, of Dodge City, Ks, who was at the event that year, offered the spacious half-mile oval in Hutchinson, Ks. at the Kansas State Fairgrounds as a future home for the event. Merrick at the time was the promoter for auto races at the fairgrounds in Hutchinson as well as his home track in Dodge City, Ks. The following year (1958) the “Nationals” were moved to the Kansas State Fairgrounds in Hutchinson, Ks. under the guidance of Jack Merrick and named the “National Championship Jalopy Races.” Frank Lies, of Wichita, winner of the race in ’57 at Taft Stadium, would win the inaugural race in Hutchinson and again in 1958 before another Wichitan, Will Forrest would put an end to the Lies domination with a win in ’59. Kansas drivers continued to dominate the event for the first 14 years before a flashy young driver from Tulsa, Ok. placed his Jack Zink owned car in victory lane in 1971. Emmett Hahn would be the first driver outside of the Sunflower State to capture the crown. Hahn would go on to win a total of 3 titles in the event carding wins in ’71, ’77 and ’79. With the popularity of a fabricated full body car gaining interest across the country in the early ’70’s, Merrick added the Late Model division to the program in 1974. Don Kreie, of Dodge City, Ks. won his first and only title of the event that year. Oddly enough, the first year the full body cars competed in the event would be the only year the open wheel division did not crown a champion. A crash on the first lap of the championship feature in the Super Modifieds in turn one and the ensuing fire not only sent numerous drivers to the hospital but forced officials to cancel the remaining program. Jack Merrick remained the promoter of the event until his death in 1976. C. Ray Hall, of Wichita, Ks. General Manager of 81 Speedway located in Park City, Ks. became the successor to Merrick in 1977 and has remained the auto racing promoter at the Kansas State Fairgrounds to date. Hall’s first priority was to give the event a new name. With two divisions now competing for individual titles since ’74, and the division of the “Jalopies” changing to a new style and name of “Super Modified,” the 1977 event became known as the Hutchinson Grand Nationals. The name stayed with the event for five years when it caught the attention of NASCAR. A letter sent to Hall in ’83 from NASCAR said in part he would have to change the name because NASCAR had a patent on the name “Grand Nationals” as a stock car division. The Hutchinson National Auto Races was introduced as the new name of the event in 1983 and remained such through the 2005 event. With the demise of NASCAR’s “Grand National” division, for the 50th Anniversary of the event, Hall changed the name back to the Hutchinson Grand National Auto Races. It remains that today. As the event grew in popularity, new divisions were added to the program to accommodate the interest of other types of race car teams and their fans. That still remains a big objective of Hall today so as many teams as possible have an opportunity to compete in this prestigious event. From the searing heat of a July afternoon to the cooler evenings of a Kansas summer, temporary lighting was brought over to the historic half-mile for a try at night time racing with the 38th edition of the Hutchinson Grand National Auto Races. Four years later, in 1996, the permanent lighting in place currently was installed and the event has been contested under the lights with no thoughts about returning to a complete afternoon program.
With it's apparent days becoming numbered as more and more "Master Plan's" presented to the fairboard call for the removal of the legendary race track, history may one day be all that is left of an event that to the present has stayed the march of time.
Heading into the 65th event in 2021, the historic half mile race track on the Kansas State Fairgrounds turns 111 years old.
New to the event this year will be the USAC Oklahoma/Missouri Non Wing Sprint Cars and the "B" Mods. Those divisions will join the NCRA 305 Sprints of Kansas, NCRA Modified, NCRA/Sooner Late Models and the AAA/Rookie Modified.
How many more are on the docket before it's demise? We just need to appreciate the current situation and hope for a pardon that would continue to breath life into one of the greatest traditions in Dirt Track Auto Racing History.
***ADDITIONAL LIGHTING was added to the famed half mile oval with the start of the 2019 season. Kenny's Electric, of Hutchinson, Ks, had acquired a series of lights from a venue in northeast Kansas and installed 32 additional lights starting in turn one and continuing around the track to turn four.
Murphy Tractor & Equipment (of Park City, Ks.) steps in prior to the 65th
Nationals in 2021 with equipment that ripped the legendary half-mile race track, used GPS tracking with maintainers to work the track back into condition providing a uniform banking.


1957: Frank Lies Wichita, Ks
1958: Frank Lies Wichita, Ks.
1959: Will Forrest Wichita, Ks.
1960: Forest Coleman Wichita, Ks.
1961: Harold Leep Wichita, Ks.
1962: Charlie Lutkie Wichita, Ks.
1963: Roy Bryant Wichita, Ks.
1964: Roy Bryant Wichita, Ks.
1965: Roy Bryant Wichita, Ks.
1966: Henry Ellington Hutchinson, Ks.
1967: Harold Leep Wichita, Ks.
1968: Frank Lies Wichita, Ks.
1969: Herb Copeland Wichita, Ks.
1970: Dale Reed Wichita, Ks.
1971: Emmett Hahn: Tulsa, Ok.
1972: Harold Leep Wichita, Ks.
1973: Jim Harkness Ness City, Ks.
1974: Canceled Fire
1975: Dale Reed Wichita, Ks.
1976: Jerry Stone Tulsa, Ok.
1977: Emmett Hahn Tulsa, Ok.
1978: Roy Bryant Wichita, Ks.
1979: Emmett Hahn Tulsa, Ok.
1980: Harold Leep Wichita, Ks.
1981: Mike Peters Wichita, Ks.
1982: Herb Copeland Wichita, Ks.
1983: Harold Leep Wichita, Ks.
1984: Bob Ewell Forney, Tx.
1985: Shane Carson Oklahoma City, Ok.
1986: Tony Armstrong Tulsa, Ok.
1987: Mike Peters Wichita, Ks.
1988: Jim Bell Jr Dewey, Ok.
1989: Tommy Estes Jr. Tulsa, Ok.
1990: Bob Ewell Forney, Tx.
1991: Sammy Swindell Bartlett, Tn.
Division did not run from 1992 thru 1997
1998: Gary Wright Hooks, Tx.
1999: Canceled Rain
Division has not competed since

1986: Frank Graven Cushing, Ok.
1987: Buddy Mullens Wichita, Ks.
1988: Delbert Smith Wichita, Ks.
1989: Don Renfro Wichita, Ks.
1990: Buddy Mullens Wichita, Ks.
1991: Buddy Mullens Wichita, Ks.
1992: Buddy Mullens Wichita, Ks.
1993: Van Gemmill Ponca City, Ok.
1994: John Allen Chanute, Ks.
1995: Buddy Mullens Wichita, Ks.
1996: Buddy Mullens Wichita, Ks.
1997: Marc Robe Wichita, Ks.
1998: Dave Hardesty Minneapolis, Ks.
1999: David Lahey Moscow, Ks.
2000: John Allen Chanute, Ks.
2001: Greg Stephens Wichita, Ks.
2002: David Lahey Moscow, Ks.
2003: Brent Burkhart Hutchinson, Ks.
2004: Brian Powers Wichita, Ks.
2005: Greg Stephens Wichita, Ks.
2006: Dave Hardesty Minneapolis, Ks.
2007: Troy Gemmill Ponca City, Ok.
2008: Marc Hurd Wichita, Ks.
2009: Brent Burkhart Hutchinson, Ks.
2010: Marc Hurd Wichita, Ks.
2011: Brian Franz Newton, Ks.
2012: Tanner Mullens Wichita, Ks.
2013: Brian Franz Halstead, Ks.
2014: Dan Powers Wichita, Ks.
2015: Tyler Davis Haysville, Ks.
2016: Brian Franz Halstead, Ks.
2017: Tanner Mullens Wichita, Ks.
2018: Tanner Mullens Wichita, Ks.
2019: Cody Schniepp Wichita, Ks.
2020: Tanner Mullens Wichita, Ks.
2021: Cole Traugott Woodward, Ok.
2022; Tyler Davis Haysville, Ks.

1985: Harlan Gile Wichita, Ks.
1986: Rob Glasse Wichita, Ks.
1987: Lonnie Smith Wichita, Ks.
1988: Buddy Mullens Wichita, Ks.
1989: Buddy Mullens Wichita,, Ks.
1990 '91 Division did not run
1992: Ken Sweet Wichita, Ks.
Division discontinued.

1982: John Runyon Wichita,Ks.
1983: Gary Haas Wichita, Ks.
1984: Rob Glasse Wichita, Ks.
1985: John Arnce Wichita, Ks.
1986: Frank McGehee Wichita, Ks.
1987: Lonnie Smith Wichita, Ks.
1988: Buddy Mullens Wichita, Ks.
1989: Did Not Run
1990: Joe Woods Augusta, Ks.
1991: Buddy Mullens Wichita, Ks.
1992: Did Not Run
1993: Deen Woods Beloit, Ks.
1994: Steve Hamlin Winfield, Ks.
Division discontinued.

1984: Alan Bullard Great Bend, Ks. (sat)
1984: Gary Nulf Hutchinson, Ks. (sun)
1985: Alan Bullard Great Bend,, Ks.
1986: Alan Bullard Great Bend, Ks.
1987: Wes Mohr Jr. Hutchinson, Ks.
1988: Alan Bullard Great Bend, Ks. DQ
Neal Nuss Russell, Ks.
1989: Alan Bullard Great Bend, Ks.
1990: Larry Wakefield Hutchinson, Ks.
1991: Greg Stephens Wichita, Ks.
1992: Pinky Mullens Wichita, Ks.
1993: Steve Burch Junction City, Ks.
1994: Gary Nulf Hutchinson, Ks.
1995: Greg Stephens Wichita, Ks.
1996: Greg Stephens Wichita, Ks.
1997: Ray Nulf Hutchinson, Ks.
1998: Jerrod Reimer Hutchinson, Ks.
1999: Ray Nulf Hutchinson, Ks.
2000: Ray Nulf Hutchinson, Ks. DQ
Scott Miller Hutchinson, Ks. DQ
Ron McCoy Wichita, Ks.
2001: Gary Nulf Hutchinson, Ks.
2002: Jerrod Reimer Hutchinson, Ks.
2003: Brandon Massey Valley Center, Ks.
2004: Gary Nulf Hutchinson, Ks.
Division has not run since 2004

1987: Perry Rice Hutchinson, Ks.
1988: Carl Nelson Turon, Ks.
1989: Kevin McMinnville Wichita, Ks.
1990: Ken Crissman St. John, Ks.
1991: Ken Crissman St. John, Ks.
1992: Danny McFadden Wichita, Ks.
1993: Robert Lowman Wichita, Ks.
1994: Kelly Choate Ponca City, Ok. DQ
Chad Steinert Wichita, Ks.
1995: Kelly Choate Ponca City, Ok.
1996: Lance Burkhart Hutchinson, Ks.
1997: Brian LaRiviere Wichita, Ks.
1998: Curt Fulps Wichita, Ks.
1999: Ray Thiel Hutchinson, Ks.
2000: Robert Lamb Valley Center, ks.
2001: Craig Newell Wichita, Ks.
2002: Scott Miller Hutchinson, Ks.
2003: Darren Moses Valley Center, Ks.
2004: Darren Moses Valley Center, Ks.
2005: Harley Peery Goddard, Ks.
2006: Ray Nulf Hutchinson, Ks.
2007: Bobby Joe Scott Liberal, Ks. DQ
Rod Bencken Oakley, Ks. DQ
Link Shelton Ponca City, Ok.
2008: Bobby Joe Scott Liberal, Ks.
2009: Scott Miller Hutchinson, Ks.
2010: Darren Moses Valley Center, Ks.
2011: Ryan McAninch Wichita, Ks.
2012: Ray Nulf Nickerson, Ks.
2013: Chris Pitts Nickerson, Ks.
2014: Alan Blevins Hutchinson, Ks.
2015: J.D. Choate Ponca City, Ok.
2016: Joe Adams Enid, Ok.
2017: Tommy Miller Hutchinson, Ks.
2018: Dustin Frenya Hutchinson, Ks.
2019: David Blocher Newton, Ks.
2020: David Blocher Newton, Ks.
2021: Jerrod Reimer Hutchinson, Ks.
2022: Jerrod Reimer Hutchinson, Ks.

1989: Mark Borecky Hutchinson, Ks.
1990: Ken Crissman St. john, Ks.
1991: David Blocher Newton, Ks.

1988: Doug Thompson Junction City, Ks.
1989: Don Morris Junction City, Ks.
1990: Bud Lee Salina, Ks.
1991: Gary Fuller Salina, Ks.
1992: Doug Thompson Junction City, Ks.
1993: G.W. Fuller Salina, Ks.
1994: Billy Fuller Salina, Ks.
1995 thru '97: Did Not Run
1998: G.W. Fuller Salina, Ks.
1999: Billy Fuller Salina, Ks.
2000 thru 2008: Did Not Run
2009: Patrick Blevins Salina, Ks.
2010: Jeff Oelkers Wichita, Ks.
2011: Jeff Oelkers Wichita, Ks.
2012 thru 2019: Did Not Run
2020: Chevy Coleman Wichita,Ks.
2021: Did Not Run
2022: Jayce Reimer Hutchinson, Ks.

Shelby Steenson Salina, Ks.
Jack Lamb Valley Center, Ks.

2021: Ethan Isaacs Bonner Springs, Ks.
2022: Gabe Hodges Lebo, Ks.

2021: Tim Kent Bristow, Ok.
2022: Raymond Seeman Jetmore, Ks.

2002: Harley Peery Goddard, Ks.
2003: Harley Peery Goddard, Ks.
2004: Scott Granzela Salina, Ks.
2005: D.J. Smith Wichita, Ks.
2006: Dustin Carey: Hutchinson, Ks.
2007: Derek Dornbush Park City, Ks.
2008: Did Not Run
2009: Kenny Arrington Wichita, Ks.
2010: Dustin Carey Hutchinson, Ks.
2011: Brandon Miller Hutchinson, Ks.
2012: Adam Popp Haven, Ks.
2013: Scott Miller Hutchinson, Ks.
2014: Dustin Whitford Hutchinson, Ks.
2015: Rick Mueller Wichita, Ks.
2016: Dustin Whitford Hutchinson, Ks.
2017: Scott Miller Hutchinson, Ks.
2018: Shaun Buckley Andover, Ks.
2019: Scott Miller Hutchinson, Ks.
2020: Scott Miller Hutchinson, Ks.
2021: Scott Miller Hutchinson, Ks.
2022: Scott Miller Hutchinson, Ks.

2006: Bill Stahl Newton, Ks.
2008: Straun Taylor Hutchinson, Ks.

2006: Casey McClaskey Ponca City, Ok.

2020: Justin Kinderknecht Salina,Ks.

2007: Jordan Whitehead Andover, Ks.
2008: Tad Davis Mt. Hope, Ks.
2009: Kevin Newell Wichita, Ks.
2010: Tad Davis Mt. Hope, Ks.
2011: Greg Stephens Wichita, Ks.
2012 thru 2015: Did Not Run
2016: J.D. Choate Ponca City, Ok.
2017: Kevin Newell Wichita, Ks. DQ
Kendall Kemp Maize, Ks.
2018: Kendall Kemp Maize, ks.
2019: Kendall Kemp Maize, Ks.
2020: Harley Peery Goddard, Ks.
2021: Kendall Kemp Maize, ks.
2022: Kevin Kemp Maize, Ks.

1974: Don Kreie Dodge City, Ks.
1975: Tom Lutkie Wichita, Ks.
1976: Steve Lutkie Wichita, Ks.
1977: Bud Haehn Wichita, ks.
1978: Ted Shepard Enid, Ok.
1979: Ferris Collier Lampe,, Mo.
1980: Ferris Collier Lampe, Mo.
1981: Larry Phillips Springfield, Mo.
1982: Charlie Randolph Muskogee, Ok.
1983: Larry Phillips Springfield, Mo.
1984: Larry Phillips Springfield, Mo.
1985: Delbert Smith Wichita, Ks.
1986: Billy Moyer Batesville, Ar.
1987: Doug Ingalls Longview, Tx.
1988: Doug Ingalls Longview, Tx.
1989: Deen Woods Beloit, Ks.
1990: David Brack Great Bend, Ks.
1991: Frank McGehee Wichita, Ks.
1992: Larry McDaniels Wichita, Ks.
1993: Delbert Smith Wichita, Ks.
1994: David Hughes Enid, Ok.
1995: Don Davis Jr Hutchinson, Ks.
1996: Larry McDaniels Wichita, Ks.
1997: Larry McDaniels Wichita, Ks.
1998: Larry McDaniels Wichita, Ks.
1999: Lonnie Smith Wichita, Ks.
2000: Lonnie Smith Wichita, Ks.
2001: Al Purkey Coffeyville, Ks.
2002, 2003: Did Not Run
2004: Dean Moore Grand Junction, Co.
2005: Frank McGehee Wichita, Ks.
2006: Ryan McAninch Wichita, Ks.
2007: Did Not Run
2008: Ryan McAninch Wichita, Ks.
2009, 2010: Did Not Run
2011: Brian Bolster Furley, Ks.
2012, 2013: Did Not Run
2014: Kyle Berck Marquette, Ne.
2015: Damion Patocka Enid, Ok.
2016: Chris Kratzer Haysville, Ks.
2017: Chris Kratzer Haysville, Ks.
2018: Cory Dumpert York, Ne.
2019: Dan Smith Beloit, Ks.
2020: Delbert Smith Wichita, Ks.
2021: Kip Hughes Enid, Ok.
2022: Kip Hughes Enid, Ok.

1989: Jim Selenke Wichita, Ks.
1990: Garry Lee Maier Dodge City, Ks.
1991: Garry Lee Maier Dodge City, Ks.
1992: Garry Lee Maier Dodge City, Ks.
1993: Scott Brown Amarillo, Tx.
1994: Mike Peters Wichita,Ks.
1995: Clay Bontrager Hutchinson, Ks.
1996: Danny Jennings Norman, Ok.
1997: Mike Peters Wichita, ks.
1998: Shelby Steenson Salina, Ks.
1999: Clay Bontrager Hutchinson, Ks.
2000: C.J. Johnson Quinter, Ks.
2001: Dennis Park Liberal, Ks.
2002: C.J. Johnson Quinter, Ks.
2003: C.J. Johnson Quinter, Ks.
2004: Steve King Jetmore, Ks.
2005: Derek Drown Amarillo, Tx.
2006: J.D. Johnson Goddard, Ks.
2007: Jon Freeman Salina, Ks.
2008: Mike Chadd Lincoln, Ne.
2009: Garry Lee Maier Dodge City, Ks.
2010: Danny Jennings Norman, Ok.
2011: Jordan Boston Lincoln, Ne.
2012: Jeremy Campbell Wichita, Ks.
2013: Jack Dover Springfield, Ne
2014: Jack Dover Springfield, Ne.
2015: J.D. Johnson Wichita, Ks.
2016: Danny Wood Norman, Ok.
2017: Danny Jennings Norman, Ok.
2018: Danny Jennings Norman, Ok.
2019: Danny Jennings Norman, Ok.
2020: Danny Jennings Norman, Ok.
2021: Did Not Run
2022: Did Not Run

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