Ted Horn, driving the Horn #5, won the 30 lap AAA Eastern Sprint Car Race at the Shelby Speedway in Shelby, NC.
Joie Chitwood, driving the Nyquist #8, won the 20 lap AAA Eastern Sprint Car Race on the 1-mile dirt Lakewood Speedway in Atlanta, GA.
Parnelli Jones won the USAC Sprint Car race over A.J. Foyt, Roger McCluskey, Chuck Hulse and Bobby Unser at the Ascot Park Speedway, Gardena,CA.
Bobby Hogle won the USAC Sprint Car race over Bruce Walkup, Larry Dickson, Greg Weld and Ned Spath at the Ascot Park Speedway, Gardena,CA.
A.J. Foyt won the USAC sanctioned Bobby Ball 150 on the 1 Mile Paved Oval Phoenix International Raceway in Avondale, Arizona. Tom Sneva was second followed by Mario Andretti, Billy Vukovich Jr and Al Unser.
Dick Tobias won the Super Sprint Car race over Lynn Paxton, Smokey Snellbaker, Van May and Lee Osborne at the Reading Fairgrounds, Reading,PA.
Buddy Baker won the NASCAR Winston Cup Dixie 500 over Dave Marcis at the Atlanta Motor Speedway, Hampton, GA.
Jimmy Horton and Kenny Brightbill shared the victories in the twin 50's Modified Stock Car features at the U.S. 13 Speedway, Delmar, DE. Following Horton in the first race was Ken Brenn Jr., Harold Bunting, Hal Browning, Paul Lotier, Walt Breeding, Jimmy Brenn, Glenn Fitzcharles, Kenny Brightbill and Bobby Walls. The second race was cut short at the 20-lap mark because of rain with Kenny Brightbill declared the winner. Brightbill was followed by Walt Breeding, Frank Cozze, Paul Lotier, Jimmy Horton, Richard Jarvis, Billy Towers, Hal Browing, Frankie Kerr and Jimmy Brenn.
Dean Thompson won the CRA Sprint Car race over Brad Noffsinger, Bobby Michnowicz, Bubby Jones and Jimmie Oskie at the Ascot Park Speedway, Gardena,CA.
Bobby Davis Jr won the Sprint Car race at the Riverside Speedway, West Memphis,AR.
Rich Vogler won the USAC Midget race at the Winchester Speedway , Winchester,IN. Eddie Horne was second followed by Warren Mockler, Mel Kenyon and Terry Wente. Bentley Warren won the Supermodified/Sprint Car portion of the 14th annual Sammy Sessions Memorial Snowball race. Gene Lee Gibson was second followed by Tom Marks, Lenny Waldo and Jim Shirey. ( Click here for the race report. )