Tim Flock took the lead when Herb Thomas' Chevy blew an engine with 10 laps to go, cruising to victory in the 100 mile NASCAR Grand National race at the Montgomery Motor Speedway in Montgomery, Alabama. Flock led laps 10 through 174 on the 1/2 mile dirt track before Thomas got by for the lead. Flock's Kiekhaefer Chrysler 300 finished 4 laps ahead of the Olds of Joel Million.
Dick Hutcherson held off the repeated challenges of fellow Ford driver Ned Jarrett to win the 100 mile NASCAR GN race on the 1/2 mile dirt Greenville-Pickens Speedway in Greenville, South Carolina. It was the first career GN win for Hutcherson. Surprise pole winner "Little" Bud Moore ran with the two Ford stars, leading 9 laps when they pitted. Hutcherson got by Moore on lap 48 and he & Jarrett ran nose to tail the rest of the way. Hutcherson won 29 IMCA races in 1964, all on dirt.
Bob Tattersall wins the USAC Midget race at Gardena, CA.
Jim Paschal took the lead when Richard Petty blew his engine with 53 laps left and went on to win the NASCAR GN 'Gwyn Staley Memorial 400' on the 5/8 mile paved North Wilkesboro Speedway in North Wilkesboro, North Carolina. Paschal's Friedkin Plymouth finished 6 laps ahead of G.C. Spencer's independent Plymouth.
Larry Dickson wins the USAC Sprint Car race at the Eldora Speedway .
Andy Granatelli lost a lawsuit against United States Auto Club. He claimed USAC had broken their own "3-year" engine rule when they severely restricted his turbine-powered Indy car. He did have his USAC membership reinstated.
Cale Yarborough routed the field, winning the NASCAR GN 'Southeastern 500' at Bristol International Speedway by 7 laps. Yarborough put his Junior Johnson Chevy on the pole and led 495 of the 500 laps. Dick Brooks finished 2nd in the Donlevy Ford with Richard Petty's Dodge 9 laps back in 3rd.
Bubby Jones and George Snider win the USAC Sprint Car races at the Eldora Speedway .
Gary Bettenhausen wins the USAC Midget race at the Indianapolis Raceway Park in Clermont, IN .
Bob Cicconi won the ARDC Midget race at the New Egypt Speedway, New Egypt, NJ.
Logan Wagner won the FloRacing All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1 410 Race at the Port Royal Speedway, Port Royal, Pa.. Wagner outdueled Anthony Macri for the $10,000 Keith Kauffman Classic payday. Ian Madsed was third followed by Jacob Allen and Lance Dewease. Click to watch the feature highlights video.
Kyle Cummins won the 30-lap Showdown at Tri-State USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car feature at the Tri-State Speedway, Haubstadt, In. Jadon Rogers was second followed by Chase Stockon, Justin Grant and Brady Bacon. Click to watch the feature highlights video.
Brett Kressley won the 30-lap Modified feature at the Grandview Speedway, Bechtelsville, Pa. Jared Umbenhauer was second followed by Dillon Steuer, Duane Howard and Justin Grim. Also Dylan Hoch won the 25-lap Sportsman feature over Kenny Bock, Kenny Gilmore, Jimmy Leiby and Dakota Kohler. In the 25-lap 602 Crate Sportsman Feature it was Glenn Strunk over Tyler Peet, Ryan Grim, Decker Swinehart and Dakota Kohler
Mike Gular won the 30-lap Modified feature at the New Egypt Speedway, New Egypt, NJ. Brandon Grosso was second followed by PJ Oliver, Billy Pauch Jr and Kory Fleming. Also Rich Mellor won the 20-lap Larry's Hot Rods & Harley's Northeast Wingless Sprint Car Feature over Lee Nardelli, Shea Wills, Heidi Hedin and Mick D'Agostino. In the 20-lap Crate Modified Feature it was Pat Wall over Ryan Simmons, Tom Princiotta, Johnny Bangs and Anthony Tramontana.
Eddie Wagner won the Delaware Auto Exchange Mid-Atlantic Sprint Car feature over Larry McVay, Dom Melair, Cody West, Ricky Dieva, Doug Dodson, Phil Meisner, Ryan Stillwagon, John Brennfleck and Aiden Borden at the Bridgeport Speedway, Swedesboro, NJ. Also Joseph Watson won the Foley CAT Modified feature over Ryan Godown, Alex Yankowski, Matt Stangle, Billy Osmun III, Dominick Buffalino, Tommy Beamer , Ryan Watt, Briggs Danner and Tim Buckwalter. In the South Jersey Overhead Door 602 Sportsman feature it was Sammy Martz over Travis Hill, Bob Lineman Jr., Tom Sherby and Steve Kemery.
John Hunter Nemechek won the ToyotaCare 250 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at the Richmond Raceway, Richmond, VA. Kyle Busch was second followed by Tyler Ankrum, Chandler Smith and Johnny Sauter.