Solely driver to win 3-straight Oxford 250 races remembers its early days

Ralph Nason assumes he tried to qualify for the inaugural Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway in 1974, however he failed to take action.

Nonetheless, a 12 months later, he did qualify and began sixth earlier than winding up thirty second over the three-eighths of a mile lengthy monitor.

As the beginning of Sunday’s Oxford 250 will get nearer, Nason mirrored on the race and his exceptional five-year stretch through which he received three in a row (1998, 1999, 2000), completed third in 2001 and ninth in 2002 on the age of 62.