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MINI SPORTSMAN DRIVER PROFILES

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« on: January 14, 2007, 08:37:52 am »

#270 BILL MORROW


Driver: Bill Morrow
Owner: Bill Morrow
Builder: It Takes a Village
Home town: Ardmore Tn
Year, Make and Model:Huffy
Engine type:Highly Modifed 8hp Briggs
Sponsored by:
Accomplishment:
Bill the modest guy he is says he is still trying. Truth be known Bill is one of our elder Statesman in racing and kick many of the young guys grass regularly.

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#9 BROCK TAYLOR


Driver: Brock Taylor
Owner: Brock Taylor
Builder: Taylor MotorSports
Home town: New Prospect Tn.
Year, Make and Model:Murray Wide Body
Engine type:Highly Modifed 8hp Briggs
Sponsored by: Marks Small Engine, Summertown Tire, Fergusons Head and Block
Accomplishment:


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#28 RONNIE BURLISON



Driver: Ronnie Burlison
Owner: Joe Woodside
Builder: Joe's Small Engine
Home town: Hohenwald Tn.
Year, Make and Model:MTD mid 90's
Engine type:STOCK 8hp Briggs
Sponsored by: Joe's Small Engine (JSE Racing)
Accomplishment:


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