NASCAR Convertible Division

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Series Overview
Formerly Known As: Series was known as SAFE Circuit of Champions before NASCAR acquired it prior to the 1956 season.
Series Founded: 1956 Series Disbanded: 1959
Car Style: Stock Convertibles Region: American Midwest & East Coast
Quick Stats
Most Wins: Curtis Turner (38) Most Titles: Bob Welborn (3)
Number of Races: 134 Number of Drivers: 236
Project Status: COMPLETE
In December 2014, The Third Turn backported the results to this series. We are looking for some confirmation on some of the Sweepstakes (combined GN-Convertible races) data, assuring that drivers who competed in Sweepstakes races were counted toward their proper series.
Allen Adkins Johnny Allen George Alsobrook Bill Amick Don Angel Ray Atkinson
L.D. Austin Buck Baker Buddy Baker Roger Baldwin Chester Barron Paul Bass
Herman Beam Dick Beaty Johnny Beauchamp Bob Beck Ben Benz Max Berrier
Tony Bigelow Art Binkley Gene Blair E.J. Brewer Buck Brigance Mason Bright
Bill Brown Cannonball Brown George Bumgardner Bob Burdick Carl Burris Tony Calvo
Ray Campbell Billy Carden Ervin Carpenter Raymond Carter Allen Casey Neil Castles
Ted Chamberlain Bill Champion Mr. Clutteham R.L. Combs Don Corley Bill Cornwall
Doug Cox Spook Crawford Charlie Cregar Bud Crothers Clarence DeZalia Darel Dieringer
Dick Dixon John Dodd, Jr. John Dodd, Sr. Johnny Dodson Jim Donovan Jerry Draper
George Dunn Harry Dust Red Duvall Ralph Earnhardt Shorty Edwards Bun Emery
Tootle Estes Bill Eubanks Joe Eubanks Bob Flock Fonty Flock Tim Flock
Don Fowler John Fox Larry Frank Johnny Gardner (SC) Doyle George Whitey Gerken
Paul Goldsmith Ed Goodwin Don Gray George Green Jerry Green (Nashville, TN) Joe Halton
John Hamby Chuck Hancock Fred Harb Bob Harkey Bill Hassell Harvey Hege
Ray Hendrick Dave Hirschfield Fred Hoff Roz Howard Augie Howerton Eddie Hughes
Ken Hunley Tommy Irwin Ned Jarrett Bobby Johns Joe Lee Johnson Junior Johnson
James Jones Pee Wee Jones Possum Jones Dick Joslin Reds Kagle Pete Kelly
Brownie King Wayne Lambath Bill Lang Shep Langdon Elmo Langley Jud Larson
Mel Larson Jack Lawrence George Lay Harry Leake Bobby Lee Danny Letner
Jimmie Lewallen Ralph Liguori Ken Love Tiny Lund Bill Lutz Johnny Mackison
Ken Marriott Bill Martin Curly Martin Larry Marx Jimmy Massey Banjo Matthews
Phil McGraw Frank Milligan Charlie Mincey Ralph Moody Bunk Moore Bill Morgan
Bill Morton Frank Mundy Lester Murphy Roy Murphy Bobby Myers (NC) Homer Newland
Whitey Norman Larry Odo Don Oldenberg Harold Otto Cotton Owens Eddie Pagan
Lennie Page Bud Palmer Marvin Panch Jimmy Pardue Jim Parsley Jim Paschal
Dean Pelton Pete Peterson Julian Petty Lee Petty Richard Petty Don Pettyman
Tom Pistone Bill Poor Bob Pronger Billy Rafter Ansel Rakestraw Benny Rakestraw
Wilbur Rakestraw Jim Reed Ken Rice Richard Riley Fireball Roberts Shorty Rollins
Ermon Rush Ken Rush Jim Russell Bob Said Joe Saunders Norman Schihl
John Schipper Don Schissler Frankie Schneider Spike Sheldon Barney Shore George Smith
Jack Smith (GA) Jerry Smith Gordon Snead Gober Sosebee G.C. Spencer Richard Spittle
Dudley Stacy Gwyn Staley Nero Steptoe Pete Stewart Johnny Sudderth Allen Swenson
Clyde Swick Bill Tanner Al Tasnady Bill Taylor Dave Terrell Herb Thomas
Frank Thompson Jimmy Thompson Speedy Thompson Sal Tovella Curtis Turner Roy Tyner
Sherman Utsman Bob Vance Bill Vesler Bobby Waddell Bob Walden Ernie Walls
Bill Walters Dick Walters Sonny Walters Paul Walton Ken Warmington Joe Weatherly
Ewell Weddle Bob Welborn Vernon West Kenny Wheeler Gene White Herschel White
Rex White Dink Widenhouse Carmen Wilcutt Fred Wilson Fritz Wilson Bill Wimble
K. Winkler Bill Winthrop Glen Wood Buzz Woodward Doug Yates (NC) Russ Yoeman
Shorty York Emanuel Zervakis
236 competed in the NASCAR Convertible Division.