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                                  FCS MINIS AT HIALEAH
AFTER THE TRACK CLOSED, MANY OF THE FCS GANG TRAVELED TO RACE AT OTHER PLACES.  THE NOTION OF "A" CLASS MODIFIEDS AND "B" CLASS STOCKERS WAS A FLORIDA CITY THING, SO ANYWHERE ELSE, ALL THE CARS RAN TOGETHER IN ONE CLASS.
Richard Sekman's beautiful Renault gets a nose job from west coast visitor John Josey.  I remember sitting in the stands and watching this unfold.  It made me cringe!  Ok, so neither one were FCS racers, but it is a cool picture. 
Photo by Bobby (5X5) Day
April 8, 1978
Ed Bowling showed up with this beautiful orange, black and yellow anglia.
photo by Bobby (5X5) Day
August 20, 1977
Gary Greenwood carried the stick tonight on Hialeah's 1/3 mile pavement.
photo by Bobby (5X5) Day
April 8, 1978
The Ross brothers hustle their Anglias into turn one.  Gary drove the #87, and Ralph Jr. ran the #2.  Both brothers would move on to race late models a few years after this picture was taken.
photos by Bobby (5X5) Day

John Guzzetta brought an updated Renault up from his home in the keys.
photo by Bobby (5X5) Day
August 20, 1977
Phil Greenwood in the #90 looks for racing room under the #6 of Mark Teeters.  Mark was a frequent visitor from the west coast.
photo by Bobby (5X5) Day
September 16, 1978
Key Largo lead foot Ron Wynn slides his #3 Capri in front of Harold Dover (I think) in the 7 Jr., and Harold Cannon on the outside in the 5 Jr.  Both of these cars were regulars at the Sunshine Speedway in St. Petersburg.

Like then Ross brothers, Ron would soon become a Late Model regular at Hialeah and Palm Beach Speedways.
photo by Bobby (5X5) Day
June 24, 1978
More to come!!!
Gary Ross filled in for his brother tonight.
Photo by Bobby (5X5) Day
September 16, 1978

George Sweeting terrorized Hialeah with this Beetle in the late 1960's.