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R.I.P. Benny "Wahoo" Taylor



Benny in the cockpit


# 13 on display


# 13


Benny


Benny with # 00


# 13


Nice looking super


# 13


Benny with his car


# 87 stock car


Benny with some kids


# 13


# 13 in front of the old Fairgrounds track in the 70's when I lived there. They built a new track over by the baseball stadium, then that closed and they went North of the city where only the weeds are the only thing there today, what a shame. The CRA raceed there in the 90's


Benny and his # 13


Benny


Benny won a destruction derby


Benny running under a car


Benny


# 13


Benny under D E Suggs for the win


# 13


# 13 Benny chasing David Brotherton


# 13 Benny with Emment Hahn behind him in 1972

Benny was the first "name" guy I learned about when I moved to Tulsa in 1970 and started going to the dirt track races and watched cars called Super Modifieds. He was my favorite driver in those days and was fun to watch. As I got into the races there, of course Emment Hahn and a lot of other famous drivers were there running each week and I quickly learned alot about the midwest drivers from Texas, Kansas and Okie City who showed up on Fridays and I fell in love with the Supers. It was cheap to go as the local get n go convenience stores had discount tickets for $ 3 so I shopped there every friday. When I got back to California and went to Ascot, I was ready to love those sprinters as soon as I watched them. Benny had a lot to do with my loving the dirt track racing and then Jimmy Oskie's blue car sucked me in at Ascot and look where that got me!

Updated 9/14/17

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