1989: Mother Nature played havoc at ODS, as rain washed out the first 2 weeks of action. But on week 3, Al Dailey from Alexandria held nothing back as he led flag to flag in the season opener, and sets the track record (15.49) on the newly re-paved 3/8 mile oval. Charlie Ford picks up his 2nd track title in a row in the Late Model Division, and 3rd overall. Gary Puckett wins his only track championship in the Grand Stock class, while George Exline edged Rick Bowman in the final lap of the final event to win his 2nd Hobby Stock title in a row. Current Late Model driver Brandon Butler easily wins the Mini Stock title.