The photograph above was taken from the grandstands of the Cowley County Fairgrounds in Winfield, Kansas just before the start of time trials on July 4, 1952.  It was published on page 12 of the May 27, 1953 issue of the Winfield Daily Courier with the following caption:

     "Stock cars will again line up on the fairgrounds track when the Lions Club sponsors the Memorial Day races here Saturday.  Time trials will start at 1:30 p.m. and the races at 2 p.m.  Among the many drivers from over this section who will take part are Joe Collins and Bud Webster, Winfield car owners and drivers, both of whom are top money winners at Wichita, Oklahoma City, Newton, and Enid races."

     Car #22, at right, was driven by Joe Collins and owned by Bud Webster, both of Winfield.  Car #5, fourth in line, was driven by Carl Simpson of Wichita, Kansas.  The second car in the second group of cars was the #24 sedan owned by Al White and driven by Will Forrest, both of Wichita.  The third car back in the second group of cars was owned by Ted Kammerer and driven by Bill Mears, both of Wichita.  The sixth car back in the second group was driven by J. D. Cox, of Wichita – Photo from the Loretta Cox collection