Allen Batt started racing in 1962 and drove a variety of race cars until 1988. He pitted for Hall of Fame member Larry Dechant and bought his first race car from Hall of Famer Wayne Stallsworth. He ran late models at Lakeside Speedway and Englewood Speedway from 1962 to 1967 and ran his car at CNS from 1966 until 1988. He won four track championships at CNS in ‘71,’72,’78 and ‘84 and finished in the top 10 point standings 18 times. During his career he drove cars for Hall of Famer Wendy Windholtz from 1971 to 1974, and for Darrell Smith, George Butland, Butch Speicher, as well as several others. He drove cars known as the 22 Coupe and purple passion, a 1971 Camaro. The 22 coupe was named the “Outlaw.” It was very unique in the annals of local racing for someone to win 4 championships and finish in the top 10 points 18 times.