Harli White accepts her championship trophy and is
joined by her family, crew and the Crawford family.
Mike Spivey photo.
Below: Kade Morton earned 2013
Rookie of the Year honors and receives his Brodix Heads
from OCRS Promoter Barry Grabel. Mike Spivey photo.
open for 2014 Rookie of the Year
2014 Entry Form now online
Tulsa, Oklahoma (December
10, 2013) - Registration is now open for 2014
OCRS Rookie of the Year honors. Just click on the link
below, print off the form and fill out. Mailing
instructions are on the form.
Click on the Entry form link to fill out your 2014
registration. Mail in or bring to your first race. This
will save you time when you come to the track.
2014 Entry Form
2014 Rookie of
the Year Registration
2014 Schedule Update
Tulsa, Oklahoma (December 6,
2013) – With progress
continuing as the new-year draws closer, more dates
have been added to the 2014 Oil Capital Racing
Series sprint car season. With the added bookings,
there are now 25 set events for the upcoming tour
with a few more dates still pending. There are a
total of 12 different racetracks that have signed up
to hold OCRS events in three states: Oklahoma,
Kansas and Missouri.
White Crowned Champion at 2013 OCRS Banquet
Oklahoma (November 23, 2013)
– Harli White was officially crowned as the 2013 Oil
Capital Racing Series sprint car champion at the Clarion
Inn Hotel in a capacity filled banquet hall this
evening. White led the points chase from the first race
of the season and tallied seven wins overall in her
Maxim framed sprinter with Boyd Racing Engines providing
the power. White’s father Charlie was recognized as the
2013 OCRS Mechanic of the Year. The teams sponsors are:
Jerry Tucker Roustabout, Terraco Soil Farming, Crash
Enterprises, All Star Café and Charlie’s Trucking.
Final 2013 OCRS Manufactures Rankings
Engines / Maxim Chassis Top Charts
Tulsa Oklahoma (October 10, 2013) – With another
successful racing season in the books, the final Oil
Capital Racing Series ‘Manufactures Performance
Rankings’ are released. Topping the ‘Engine Builders’
category is Boyd Racing Engines with 62 points over Dyno
Services of Oklahoma, which tallied 58 points. Boyd’s
success was due in part to the 2013 Oil Capital Racing
Series champion, Harli White, as the starlet from
Lindsay, Oklahoma won all seven of Boyd’s victory
triumphs out of the 22 races held for the season.