Sport Allen

Sport Allen, from St. Petersburg, Florida will run for the 2003 All Star Rookie of the Year title in the Guy Webb Racing No. 51. Allen is a two-time East Bay Raceway Park track champion and the technical editor of Sprint Car and Midget magazine.

Sport Allen became the first major sprint car winner on USA soil in 2003. Allen claimed the $10,000 to win, Ronald Laney Memorial, King of the 360's race Saturday at East Bay Raceway Park. $1,500 prelim wins were snared by Gary Wright (Friday), Allen (Thursday), and Terry McCarl (Wednesday).

Sport Allen Takes $10,000 in King of the 360's at East Bay - By Jean Lynch - TAMPA, FL…..2/1/03….."I was scared I would lose this race by getting hung up in lapped traffic, like what happened last year," said Sport Allen wearing the King of 360's crown he had just earned after winning the biggest race of his career, the $10,000 Ronald Laney Memorial, Saturday night at East Bay Raceway Park. Allen became the fifth different winner in five years and the story of the night was how masterfully he worked lapped traffic. (read the whole deal)



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