Mother and Son Drive the Dream at Ozark Raceway Park in Missouri
Bobbie Rader and her husband John of Willow Springs, Missouri build custom show trucks.
This year, Bobbie Rader decided she wanted something new, something to break up the monotony of everyday life. She bought a 1970 Chevelle, modified it and took it to the bracket races at Ozark Raceway Park.
Mother and son tear up the local race track in Missouri with her 1970 Chevelle and his junior dragster
No Coast Kustoms Driver Bobbie Rader puts her 1970 Chevelle to the test at Ozark Raceway Park
No Coast Kustoms Driver Bobbie Rader will next race at The O’Reilly Auto Parts 20th Anniversary Street Machine Nationals at the Missouri Entertainment and Events Center in Springfield, Missouri
“The first time I went down the track, I was hooked,” said Rader. “The Chevelle is my ultimate dream car and it’s awesome to race.”
The Rader’s found it for sale in St. Louis. They purchased it without a floor, or a motor. It took three months to get it ready for racing.
“We use K&N air and oil filters on our vehicles,” said Rader. “K&N protects our engines and gives us excellent filtration.”
Rader’s 13 year old son, Joey McCune also started racing this year. The family picked up a junior dragster for him and he’s first in points at Ozark Raceway Park. “This is something we can do as a family,” said Rader. “My husband and daughter Krysta will race for the first time next year. Krysta is only 8, but she knows her cars.”
Rader will next race at The O’Reilly Auto Parts 20th Anniversary Street Machine Nationals at the Missouri Entertainment and Events Center in Springfield, Missouri.
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