11th 34th Annual Tribute to Gary Patterson featuring Elk Grove Ford 360 Sprint Car Challenge Tour presented by Abreu Vineyards and the King of the West 410 Sprint Car Series RESERVED SEATING Prices (Upper Reserved) All ages 6 Seat Box 0 8 Seat Box 0 General Admission Prices (Lower Bleachers) Ages 11 & older - Kids 10 & Under - FREE in lower bleachers ONLY There is an additional fee for parking Car Show & Live Music at Noon Will Call for box seats and Tickets open at 2pm Gates will open at 3pm Driver Autographs 3-4pm Racing starts at 6pm 1pm Pit Gates open Pit Pass all ages YOU MUST BE ON A COMPUTER TO PICK YOUR OWN RESERVED SEATS!!!!Proudly sanctioning auto racing in Northern California for over 70 years.
His son, Brice Kenyon, won the 2004 Indianapolis Speedrome midget track championship at the 1/5 mile track.
Kenyon competed in the full schedule at the Indianapolis Speedrome in 2005 against his son.
Kenyon has seven USAC National Midget championships, eight runners-up in the season points standings, and Top 5 point finishes in 21 of 27 seasons between 19.
At his Motorsports Hall of Fame induction in 2003 he had 111 feature wins, The totals are for USAC National midget races only, and don't include races in the NAMARS national races, regional or local races.
Kenyon failed to qualify for his first Indianapolis 500 in 1965.
Kenyon's first championship was in NASCAR's Florida midget series in 1962, but he changed to USAC in the middle of the season and finished fifth in the USAC National Midget championship points. He finished second in the 1963 USAC championship points, and won his first USAC National Midget championship in 1964.He had counted 380 midget total feature wins, including wins in Australia and New Zealand.three NAMARS midget championships, and over 380 midget feature wins in all.Kenyon won the Indianapolis Speedrome midget car track title in 1993.Kenyon stopped racing on the national tour in 1995 after his wife Marieanne became virtually comatose after suffering a major head injury in a bicycle accident.Consider the fact that all of us have better days and worse days, times when life feels heavy and oppressive and alternatively periods when we are in good cheer. For the most part, the disparity in feeling and mood can be traced to nothing more than a state of mind -- our thoughts -- a shift in the kaleidoscope.