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Apparently fumes from fuel in George Barringers car were ignited by a torch being used in the next stall.
Quite a few competitors used the division as a stepping stone to national competition, Len Sutton, Art Pollard, Bob Gregg, and Les Anderson among them.
Leading was Bob Bushley, a local driver from North Windham, ME, in kind of a funky, home-built machine.
Bushley, part of one of Maines most respected racing families, later updated to a sprint car but died in July 1974 when he crashed heavily into that same concrete wall.
From #992 - This Fuel Altered car, the Winged Express, ran an impressive 7.29 at 207.00mph at the 1968 Pomona NHRA Winternationals.
But in the same event two years later, driver Wild Willie Borsch must have seemed stunningly impressive to photographer Bob Mc Clurg.