OBRA Membership $15.00.
For a first year membership fee of $35.00 a “Thunder On Wolf Creek” Tee Shirt will be given (free shipping).
Information: Leonard Miller 918-791-1733 or email OBRA.
Sponsor/Driver, What's Up Doc Racing
Rick started racing at age 14. After 38 years, he has compiled one of best records in the history of the sport. In APBA (American Power Boat Association), he was the winner of two Bob Gollor Awards (high point) and is a four time Hall of Championship inductee. Rick holds both the 3/4 and 1 mile completion 400 Mod Hydro record in APBA. He has won the High Point Driver of the Year in the National Boat Racing Association (NBRA). During his racing career he has a record of 86 National Championship wins (10 in 2016) in AOF (American Outboard Federation), APBA and NBRA, which are the most wins of any driver in the sport.
Rick is a practicing dentist with Grove Dental Associates.
Driver, What's Up Doc Racing
Braxton, driving since the age of 10, is an upcoming star in the sport of outboard racing. In APBA, he broke a speed record in the J hydro class and has won several Winter National races. He finished 2nd in the “D” hydro at the APBA National Championship in 2015 at Wakefield, MI. At the age of 18, he has won the National Boat Racing Association’s National High Point of the year four times. He has won 35 championships both national and North American championship races. Presently, he is attending Northeast Technology studying Marine Technology.
Driver, What's Up Doc Racing
OBRA member from Grove OK. Trent drives a C Modified Runabout and was the NBRA National High Point Champion for 2016 in the C runabout class.
Crew Member, What's Up Doc Racing
Charley Holman is a vital member of the Oklahoma racers. He is a retired racer from the time when He raced in the 60’s in the St. Louis area. Charley lives in the Branson Mo. area and travels to races with Rick Miller and the What’s Up Doc? Race team. Charley helps in the pits with all the racers who have electrical failures particular kill switch problems. He is a clearing house for race boats, collecting boats from those who are finished with their boats and distributing them to those who need a boat. Time after time you can hear Charley encouraging young drivers who are learning the sport.
Crew Chief, What's Up Doc Racing
Leonard Miller is president of the OBRA and is a retired driver with four APBA championship wins and five AOF championship wins. A past president of AOF and life time member of both NBRA and AOF. He is responsible for race preparation for 13 motors and 10 boats.
Owner of O-49 and 49-O TEAM US RACING
Boat racing for me began before I was born. My father raced with the Tulsa Pleasure Craft Association in the 1960’s, and later in the 1960’s and early 1970’s announced races for OBRA.
My late husband, Mark and I began racing in 2010. We lost Mark in 2014, and our good friends, Preadator Racing, make my racing still a reality. Burnin Vernon Barfield put on our stirrups and drove our, 49-O, CSH, to victories in 2015, including a National Championship Race! 2016 was a very good year for the team as well.
I enjoy helping the score the races, take a turn on the turn boat and seeing the action up close!
Vernon "Burnin" Barfield
Bio. in work.