Frank Taft is the Amsoil Hard Charger advance six spots to finish 13th.
But crash courses in sub hunting may not help much; professionals admit it's an art as much as a science.And two-time champion Robert Sellers made sure he got his fair share leading all 20 laps driving his Checkered Flag Trucking sponsored sprinter to victory in the main event for a $2,000 payday. Jake Martens of Fairview, making his first appearance with OCRS in nearly 10 years, drove the Paul Johnson sprinter to a second place finish. Ameri-Flex also provided extra money for a Dash-for-Cash which went to Perry Pickard. Car and Fleet Parts Heat 3 (8 laps) 1, 4X-Robert Sellers. When the night concluded over $15,000 was paid out in the Ameri-Flex / OCRS season finale. We take no responsibility for the content on any webpage which we link to, please use your own discretion while surfing the links.
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It takes a lot of effort to conduct a real sub hunt, but these skills need to be continuously honed.
"The skills for successful conduct of anti-submarine warfare (ASW) must be maintained; otherwise, they will quickly atrophy," Vego warns.
(October 22, 2017) - Robert Sellers won the Ameri-Flex / OCRS Sprint Car season finale Sunday at Enid Speedway while Zach Chappell locked up the season championship and the Truck Lungs High Plains Shootout cash.
It was a fitting season finale for the Ameri-Flex / OCRS series that not only crowned the 2017 champion but also paid lap money thanks to a host of sponsors and the efforts of Enid resident Sam Saeger, and a $5,000 payout from Truck Lungs.
The United States' sub-hunting abilities have atrophied since the Soviet Union dissolved.