Kenneth Leroy "Kenny" Moore
1936 - 1990




Kenny Moore of Winfield, Kansas is shown here just north of the first turn driving clockwise around the Winfield racetrack “wheel-packing” the track before the races.  This Chevrolet stock car was built by Kenneth Bohannan of Arkansas City, Kansas and owned by Leo Phillips of Winfield, Kansas.  Moore lost out in a near dead-heat finish with Charlie Lutkie for first place in the A feature in this car at Winfield on September 22, 1968.  Starter Al Alexander can be seen here walking behind the #88 car on the inside of the racetrack toward the first turn.  The #21 Chevy just in front of Alexander in the first turn was driven by Milton Ward of Great Bend, Kansas.  Wayne Wilt of Winfield was driving the #24 Ford that is visible between turns one and two in this photo – Elaine Moore collection




Jim Phillips is shown in this 1968 photo drivng by the grandstand at Winfield before "hot-laps" while “wheel-packing” the racetrack in the #88 Chevrolet stock car owned by his father, Leo Phillips - Jim Phillips collection




Kenny Moore drove a #88 Ford owned by Bud Brooks in 1965.  Kenny is shown here, in that Ford, leading a pack of cars through the third turn at 81 Speedway - Corneilson Photography




Kenny Moore drove this 1956 Chevrolet for Winfred Kirtley of Wichita, Kansas at Winfield on July 25, 1971.  Moore won the first heat and finished second in the trophy dash but was involved in a multi-car crash on the first lap of the A feature.  He was not injured but was unable to restart the race due to damage to the car – Elaine Moore collection




Kenny Moore is shown at right at 81 Speedway in Park City, Kansas in a late-model stock car that he drove for Winfred Kirtley

Corneilson Photography




Kenny Moore is shown at left at the 1990 Enid (Oklahoma) Winter Nationals with the Winfred Kirtley owned late-model stock car that he drove in that event.  Kenny suffered a heart attack and passed away while leading that race – Elaine Moore collection









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