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A proud mom & dad, Bill & Ginny Rievley pose with the No. 1
driven by son Brian.

The smile says it all following Brian's big win


in the NASCAR Winston Racing Series 150
Lapper 400 Weekend.

BRIAN RIEVLEY- THE '91 ROOKIE WANTS


TO BE THE NATIONAL CHAMPION
By Linda Holdeman
Young, talented, fast... a potent combination. Twenty-one year old NASCAR Winston Racing
Series Rookie of the Year at Winchester, Brian Rievley, possesses all of the qualities for a bright
future in racing.
Brian, bearing an uncanny resemblance to super star Jeff Gordon, is backed by mom Ginny,
girlfriend Amy Stewart and dad Bill, considered to be one of the best stock car chief mechanics in
the midwest.
Race fever burns hot within this tight knit family. The fever began with Bill, who has been playing
the racing game for close to 25 years. Teamed with Bob Fields, they ran, and consistently won at
Mt. Lawn in the early 50's with what was then the six cylinder class.
A brief hiatus followed for a couple of years while boats became the focus of attention. He still
owned the car and cou ldn't stay away from racing any longer, but didn't have the money to get the
car race ready. "I went down to talk to Bob Fields and he put up the money. Once we got the motor
and were back in business, we started winning races right off the bat."
When asked if he ever raced, son Brian answered for him. "Dad raced one time. It was even
before I had a drive(s license but I remember. He took the car out at Anderson and really thought
he was flying. He was running in the 18's and at that time the fast cars were running the low 14's."
Bill laughed, admitting, "I found out I wasn't very good." What Bill is good at is building and
wrenching winning race cars. When voting was completed, it was unanimous for crew chief Bill
Rievley and the members of the team to receive the 1991 Crew of the Year Award.
Led by Bill, crew members Carl Cannell, Dennis Cannell, Brent Bramwell, Randy Bramwell and
Allen Sneed, they not only wrenched Brian's car, but that of three time super late model series
champion, Jim Cooper.
Ginny did not want her husband to race. "I wasn't comfortable with the idea of him racing and he
knew that so he stuck with building cars." What seemed surprising is why she agreed to let Brian

climb behind the wheel of a race car. "Brian was racing motorcycles and one day he came home
with a tire mark across his back. I figured he was going to be much safer in a race car."
Brian picked up the conversation. "Motorcycles were about the roughest thing I'd ever been
involved with. I mean that's a rough sport. When I decided I wanted to race cars, I went to dad and
I was only 16. He refused to sign for me. Then I went to mom and she agreed to sign."
Why did Bill refuse to sign? "I told Brian I had to live with his mother and I didn't think she'd like
it if I let him do it. When it was finally settled, I figured I'd build him a car and he probably would get
it out of his system in a couple of years."
That did not end up being the case. Brian began winning plenty of races and there was no way
he wanted to quit. By the time he entered the super late model series at Winchester at 20 years old,
he already had close to twenty victories to his credit.
Joining the late model ranks posed a problem for Bill. "When he decided he wanted to compete
in the series, I wasn't sure if it was the time to do this. I've been coming to Winchester for a lot of
years and I've seen people get hurt pretty bad here, including a good friend of mine. This is not just
any race track.
"We started out by coming to practice before race season started. Brian got out there and looked
pretty good. He got better as the day went on and I didn' feel we had made the wrong decision. His
times kept getting better and I knew we were going to end up doing this."
Brian had a goal for 1992. "I would love to win all 21 NASCAR races and do what Larry Philips
has done for his race track, put Winchester Speedway on the NASCAR map by winning the National
title. I know competition is going to be tough this year with Bobby Blount and Mike Bontreger racing
here and all of the other guys who have done well here, but I know I can win with the right breaks."
Winning the 150 lapper last fall took the pressure off the youngster, but new pressure is added for
1992. "When the crew was working on Jim Coope(s car and putting a lot of effort into his car and
him being the champion and all, I didn't feel singled out. This year, with Cooper gone, the attention
will be on me and my car. I guess I do feel I am a little more pressured to win a lot of races like Cooper
did."
That may be the case, but with Cooper out of the Rievley raCing stable, he is replaced by Roland
Isaacs and the Don Jackson super late model no. 4. The Rievley crew will be maintaining the car
for Jackson this year. It may take some of the pressure off, but Brian knows the spotlight will be
shining on him when the green flag drops.
A new step up the racing ladder in '92 is the purchase of a brand new Port City-NASCAR Winston
All Pro car. The Rievley team plans to run a limited schedule with the car in '92, including the
NASCAR Winston All Pro 400 here at Winchester in October.
Asked if this is the first step towards a future in the Busch Grand Nationals or eventually Winston
Cup, Brian was quick to answer. "I don't know if that will happen. We will never have the money to
go that far. We can only hopeto make a name by doing what we're doing and see if we can get enough
attention to be able to get a sponsor to move up."
When asked what the family would do if those opportunities were presented, Ginny answered, "If
Brian made it that far, we would move south if we had to. There is no way Brian races without us
being there every step of the way. I cannot stay away when he is racing and neither can Bill."
Girlfriend Amy, a student at Ball State University, has her own special set of problems. "When
Brian is out on the track, I can't sit still. I feel almost like I'm in the car with him it's so intense."
Howdoes she feel about all of the attention heaped on Brian by a lot of young ladies? "I've gotten
over that. At first it was hard. We've been together for three years. I guess I feel pretty secure in
our relationship. I have also learned that when we are at the track, he does not have much time for
me. I understand that and it is not a problem."
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The Rievley family are nice people. Bill has a soft heart when it comes to helping people. Awarded
the "Pit Pal" award at the banquet for the many teams he has helped, one wonders why he would
give away, free, his many years of expertise to the competition.
Bill doesn't think it is a big deal. "If I can help anybody, it's good for racing. It isn1 doing anybody
any good if acarsits in the pits and can't race." Brian co ntinued for his father, "We like to run against
everybody. If everybody's out there racing, when you win, you know you have beat the best. It
doesn't bother me at all when dad helps the competition."
The respect for Bill Rievley was evident at the banquet, when team after team got up to thank him
for his part in their racing efforts and the many ways he helped them.
At 21, Brian Rievley has plenty going for him. A supportive family, talent and a personality that
will serve him well in the public eye. He has no illusions about the future. The family has worked
hard and will continue to do so no matter what happens down the road.
Somehow, though, one gets the feeling it is only a matter of time before the name Brian Rievley
is well known in racing circles.

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The fan survey conducted at Winchester Speedway throughout the 1991 season proved very
useful 10 help us make racing better for everyone.
First we wish to thank you for taking part in this survey. There are many things you like about
Wincheste r Speedway and many concerns were addressed by you.
The major concern, expressed by close to 60% of you was the guardrail. As you can see, we have
removed the guardrail and completed the concrete wall.
The next most often mentioned problem was not starting on time. Our solution to this problemwe will be opening the pit gates two hours earl ier for race teams. The past delays have stemmed

from our officials having to process so many cars in each of the divisions. Tech inspection and
preparing lineups etc. takes considerable time. Processing everyone prior to the spectator gates
opening we feel wi ll solve this problem.
About 10% of you had comments about the restrooms. First, we are sure you were pleasantly
suprised on your first trip to the restrooms this season. One of the hardworking members of the
Winchester Speedway crew, Frank Bly spent many hours painting both the infield and grandstand-

side rest rooms. Frank is also our video photographer.


It is sometimes difficult on busy race weekends to keep up with the restroom cleanup but we will
make every effort to stay on top of this issue in 1992.
Many of you would like to see our ticket prices come down. Wh ile we will be running special

promotions which we will discuss, we want you to know something about the expenses involved to
run the speedway.

One of our biggest expenses is insurance coverage, something all of you can understand. The
prize money we pay to our race teams is substantial over the course of the season. If you ask our
teams, they will tell you our payoff is much better than most other tracks.
Our employee payroll is another substantial cost for each event and forthe crew working every day
in the office and the crew maintaining the speedway grou nds and structures.
Advertising is a big factor as are costs for printing and mailing of schedules, driver and owner
entries and information which goes to all classes competing at Winchester Speedway. Several
mailings are done each season.
We will be providing several discount ticket promotions through Qurcorporate sponsors' businesses
in 1992. Area and regional promotions include Pizza Hut, Martin Tire Stores, MAB. Paint Stores,
Hughes Pic-A-Pac, McDonald's and Bill McCoy Ford, Lincoln, Mercury.
We will keep you informed of all of these promotions as the details are worked out.
We wish to thank you for the many nice things you said and the positive comments. You like our
employees and their courteous attitude. You love the racing , and you are impressed with the many

improvements we have made the past two seasons.


It is our intention to continue to upgrade, improve and keep working to make Winchester Speedway
one of the finest facilities in the country.
Again, thank you for working with us. Your input is always welcome.
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With close to a thousand tickets already spoken for, rans who have purchased
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Defending all pro series champion Jody Ridley headlines the roster, with Jeff
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Roland Isaacs collects the NASCAR Hardware.

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SPONSORS
MAKING T
HAPPEN
KEY PLAYERS IN THE SPORT OF AUTO RACING ARE TH E CORPORATE SPONSORS, LARGE AND SMALL,
WILLING TO BACK THE EFFORTS OF THE RACE TEAMS AND PROVIDE VALUABLE SUPPORT FOR THE MANY
PROJECTS AT WINCHESTER SPEEDWAY. WINCHESTE R SPEEDWAY'S FAMILY OF CORPORATE SPONSORS
GIVE RACING A BOOST IN MANY WAYS. LET'S SAY THANKS BY BUYING THEIR PRODUCTS AND SE RVICES .

Larry Contos, PAY LESS SUPER MARKETS is an avid race fan and backer of racing in many ways.
Popular Donnie Adams is backed by Larry in both sprint and midget competition. PAY LESS has
supported a variety of events and programs in racing for many years. The PAY LESS LOGO will
grace the new sponsor and media tower when they are completed, as well as the ESPN broadcast
tower. PAY LESS has nine stores in Madison & Tioga counties and they are all first class.
Pacing the field in 1992 is the beautiful white Ford Probe, compliments of BILL McCOY FORDLINCOLN MERCURY located on McGalliard St. in Muncie. It is the first time Bill has been involved
in racing and we look forward to many more years of having this quality dealership behind racing.
The McCOY FORD-LINCOLN MERCURY motto "Absolutely the lowest prices". Check it out for a
good deal.
McDONALD'S RESTAURANTS has backed racing at Winchester for many years. In 1992, Ron
Bristow who oversees four McDonald's Restaurants in Winchester, Portland, Hartford City and
Bluffton, Indiana, will sponsor the JULY 4TH USAC MIDGET HOLIDAY SPECIAL. Thanks to Ron,
several race teams will go away with extra money wh ich is posted for the feature. The Winchester
McDonald's is located on St. Rd. 32 E.
PEPSI-COLA Bottlers of Muncie provide the added prize money for the USAC Sprints & Midgets for
the Rich Vogler Classic again in 1992. Th e PEPSI colors were carried by Ri ch and we appreciate
theirinterest in keeping his memory alive by backing the event dedicated to him . Both sprint & midget
teams will see a purse increase thanks to PEPSI.
PIZZA HUT RESTAURANTS will sponsor the very popular OLDTIMERS WEEKEND on August
2nd, featuring many of the classic race cars from the past. Sharing the bill will be the USAC Splints
and a purse boost comes th eir way compliments of PIZZA HUT. Race tea ms in all divisions
competing at Winchester this season will also be given gift certificates for free pizza at the
Winchester and Union City locations. Enjoy PIZZA HUT pizza right here althe track or stop into one
of the PIZZA HUT Restaurants for a wide selection of good food.
THE WIN STON BRAND from R.J. Reynolds is probably the best known sponsor in racing. It is their
support that brought the Winston Racing Series to Winchester. The gallons and gallons of red and
white paint spread here at the speedway is provided by WINSTON. In addition, they add $2,000 to
the point fund for the Winston Racing Series Super Late Model Teams. They will also playa major
role in the NASCAR WINSTON ALL PRO 400 here October 2-4. 1992.

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One of our new sponsors in '92 is HUGHES PIC-A-PAC, sponsor of the April 25th NASCAR
WINSTON RACING SERIES program. For discount prices on your favorite beverages, packaged
ice, Lottery tickets, three locations offer cold beer, cold soda and your favorite brand of liquor... St.
Rd. 32 in Winchester, Parker City, Montpelier and Hartford City, Indiana.
The HOOSIER LOTTERY returns in 1992 as sponsorofthe 10th Anniversary of the World Stock Car
Festival, Labor Day Weekend. Fans will have a chance to win big bucks as the Hoosier Lottery joins
the festivities for all three days. Race teams will also find added $$$ in their paychecks compliments
of the HOOSIER LOTTERY.
A C DELCO POWERS THE WINNERS! Returning in '92, A C Delco backs the 2nd annual STOCK
CAR SPEEDFEST, April 11th & 12th. A C DELCO QUALITY PARTS are used by winners in all types
of racing. A C DELCO's support also ups the ante for race teams competing in the SPEEDFEST.
MAB. PAINTS, with locations throughout Indiana and Illinois returns for the second year,
sponsoring the doubleheader NASCAR WINSTON RACING SERIES program on July 11th. Quality
paints from MAB. are used to keep WINCHESTER SPEEDWAY looking sharp.
GATORADE, THE TH IRST QUENCHER is a first year sponsor here at Winchester. GATORADE
backs the NASCAR WINSTON RACING SERIES program on May 30th.
TRUE VALUE HARDWARE STORES has long been involved in racing. Supporting the USACteams
for several seasons, TRUE VALUE also back the NASCAR WINSTON RACING SERIES Mechanic
of the Year Award each year. In 1992, TRUE VALUE will sponsor the May 16th NASCAR WINSTON
RACING SERIES doubleheader here at Winchester.
MARTIN TIRE STORES, with five locations to serve all of your automotive needs comes on board
fo r the first time here at Winchester. The June 13th NASCAR WINSTON RACING SERIES
doubleheader gets their support. MARTIN TIRE STORES are located in Winchester, New Castle,
two stores in Richmond , one retail and one commercial, and a store in Greenville, Ohio.

SPONSORS WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK WHO MADE PLENTY HAPPEN HER E AT WINCH ESTER SPEEDWAY
THE PAST COUPLE OF SEASONS.
THE DIAL CORPORATION, VIA THEIR SNO BLO BRAND BUILT OUR NEW INFI ELD RESTROOMS. THE MANY
RACE TEAMS AND INFIELD SPECTATORS HAVE EXPRESSED THEIR APPREC IATION MANY TIMES.
KEMPER QUALITY CABINETS, RICHMOND, INDIANA PROVIDED THE BEAUTIFUL MARBLE SINKS, VAN ITIES
AND MIRRORS TO COMPLETE THE PROJECT, IN ADDITION TO ADDING THE SAME QUALITY ITEMS TO OUR
GRANDSTAND-SIDE RESTROOMS.
ANHEUSER-BUSCH'S BUDWEISER BRAND MADE OUR BEAUTIFUL NEW VICTORY LANE POSSIBLE.
THANKS TO SKOAL RAC ING AND PAK-A-SAK CONVEN IENT STORES, OUR NEW SCOREBOARD WENT UP
LAST SEASON, MAKING IT EASY FOR YOU TO KEEP TRACK OF LAPS AND RACE LEADERS.
WE CONTINUE TO SEEK SUPPORT FROM THOSE CORPORATIONS WILLING TO SUPPORT OUR GREAT
SPORT OF RACING. AS THEY CONTINUE TO SUPPORT OUR RACE TEAMS AND OUR IMPROVEMENT
PROJECTS, DON'T FORGET THEM!

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Mother Nature provided many obstacles when construction to complete the concrete wall was
undertaken. The man hours logged by a hearty crew produced the finished project just before the
March 28th practice session.
Working in all kinds of weather, it has been a tedious project. Beginning with digging the footer,
racer Lenny Waldo offered his assistance by hauling his equipment to Winchester from Columbus,
Ohio.
Working on the steep banks, the footer was poured February 3rd., with the crew working well
into the night under generator lights.
The next step was building all of the forms needed to support the pouring of the cement, then
getting the forms into place and braced. The work was back breaking and involved weeks to
complete.
The first pour took place on March 3rd. Snow and cold prevented the second pour from taking
place until March 18th in the pouring rain which turned to ice before the wall was finished.
Lead by Randy Crist, our thanks to Randy and Rick Crist, Donnie Crist, Kevin O'Brien, Mike
Kritsch, Lance Fisher, Kim Bradburn, Brian Riggins, Allan Andrews, Mike Meranda, Dan Redmond,
Mike Osgood , Tom Fields, Frank Bly, John Marquis, Jr., Stu Smith and Greg Hall.

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Dan Henley is a fun person to know. The personable


Henley is a man in the perpetual motion as the main cog in a

very complicated business. Dan is the manager or R.J .


Reynolds' Winston Motorsports Program, no small task.
The Winston Motorsports Program spans the entire country and includes several tours and series. Winchester Speedway benefits from the Winston Racing Series, which boasts
95 race tracks coast-la-coast. and the NASCAR Winston All
Pro Series is the sanction for the Winchester 400 in 1992.
The program filters all the way up to the prized Winston
Cup Circuil and Dan Henley has to keep track of it all. There
is no doubt he is up to the challenge, given the tremendous
success of the Winston Motorsports Program.
Starting as a sales representative with R.J.R. 23 years
ago. the position became available to him because he was a
race fan. When R.J.R.'s involyement in racing began, Dan was already a race fan. He volunteered to frequent
the tracks for the company to hang banners and help with promotions.
Stated Dan, "It was a good situation for me as I really enjoyed the races. When the Winston brand began
to back more and more events. a need arose for another person at headquarters to service the programs and
I was offered the job. This is my 17th year with the motorsports program."
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of Winston Motorsports in 1991, Dan logged close to 100,000 miles,
visiting some 50 different tracks, attend ing banquets and other functions.
When asked if he ever woke up someplace and didn't know where he was, he laughed and said, "That has
happened and itwould take a couple of minutes to remember where I was. I also have thought I was in a certain
airport but wasn't and went looking for a gate I thought should be there but wasn't."
The Winston Motorsports Program is a fine tuned machine and Dan readily gives credit to a hard working,
efficient staff. "If it weren't for our staff, it would be impossible to take care of all that has to be done."
What does Dan find to be the biggest challenge? "Our involvement is so extensive, it sometimes scares
me if I stop to think about it, and I am always working to make sure we don't overlook anything:
What pleases him most is the opportunity to visit the many tracks. "The work back at headquarters is not
that much fun. Getting out to the tracks and meeting the teams, promoters and fans, that is the fun part of
the job. Race people are good people and my enjoyment comes from being able to get to know them."
Another part of the job which brings much satisfaction to him is his relationship with the NASCAR family.
"The NASCAR family is very special. The France family. Jim Hunter, Dennis Huth and the many people who
make up the NASCAR operation are great people. A side benefit of my job is working with them and knowing
we are all genuine friends."
What many people do not know is the incredible support programs given Winston race tracks. They provide
the red and white paint for Winston tracks, provide free stationery, back the banquets honoring champions
in all tours and series and are readily available to support the tracks in any way they are able.
They also provide a $2,000 point fund to each Winston Racing Series track, a new helmet to the paints
champion and beautiful silver awards to the top three point getters in each NASCAR division.
Recalling one of the funniest things that has ever happened to him, "It was at a National banquet and I was
on stage with Sill France. Jr. and others and thought there was a wall behind me and I leaned back. It was
just a curtain and I fell off the stage. It provided plenty of laughs for the eveni ng."
Dan's message to the fans and race teams, ~They are the reason racing ex ists. We all know without them
none of us would be involved. I hope they all live life to the fullest and enjoy every moment and continue to
support our great sport of racing. I would also like to take this opportunity to wish all of the teams competing
at Winchester this season good luck."
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ARMOUR-.
PTFE
BACKS NASCAR EVENTS

Indianapolis based Engine Armour-Indy PTFE has posted a total of $30,000 for the
Winston Racing Series divisions here at Winchester Speedway for the 1992 season.
The major focus is a 12 event series for the NASCAR sanctioned Sportsman Stock
cars, a series that would not exist without the backing of Engine Armour-Indy PTFE.
In addition to posting purse monies, a $5,000 year end point fund is also in place
forthe Sportsman teams. The feature division in the NASCAR Winston Racing Series
at Winchester, the Super Late Models, will get an added $5,000 in their point fund and
the NASCAR Charger divisions, the Stock4's andGrandAmerican Modifieds find their
point fund boosted by $1 ,000 each thanks to Engine Armour-Indy PTFE.
President Jim Jordan, has been involved in racing since childhood when he raced
go-carts and motorcycles. More recently, he has been involved in sponsoring the late
Rich Vogler's midget, sprint, and Indianapolis 500 efforts. His comments on becoming
involved in short track racing were "The grass roots level is where everyone gets their
start, racing for the love of the sport rather than as a business. There are many good
racing teams and we think helping them will help the sport grow."
Engine Armour Products, Inc. currently offers a line of automotive products under
the Engine Armour and INDY PTFE brand names. Their number one product is the
Indy PTFE Engine Treatment, a unique dual, dry film lubricant that actually coats
internal engine parts with super slippery PTFE (commonly known by DuPont's
trademark, Teflon') and their own FEP agent.
This revolutionary new product goes far beyond the race track. Any engine will
experience drastically reduced friction, allowing illo last longer while performing much
more efficiently. Increases in fuel economy range from 5% up to 20%, along with
easier starting, smoother operation, and improved performance.
Engine Armour also makes equally innovative products for diesel engines, boats,
motorcycles, snowmobiles, go-carts, farm equipment - just about anything with an
engine. In addition, specialty products such as engine retreatments, cooling system
treatments, gearbox, manual and automatic transmission treatments all feature the
latest in PTFE and petroleum lubricant technology.
Each of these products have been designed to meet real mechanical needs while
providing the best value.
Ask for Indy PTFE at your local parts store or you may find them at Winchester
Speedway ..... .
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