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Aaron Reutzel Dominates The Ralph Henson Memorial At I-30 Speedway
Bryan Hulbert

Bryan Hulbert – LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (September 29, 2022) Out of 74 drivers on hand Thursday night, Aaron Reutzel proved unstoppable in the 15th running of the $5,646 to win Ralph Henson Memorial, with a dominating performance against the ASCS Mid-South Region at I-30 Speedway.

Battling with Wayne Johnson on two starts, Aaron and Wayne traded the position twice before the first lap was complete, with the No. 8r holding the spot. Into heavy lapped traffic before the red shown with ten laps to run, the restart saw a trio of slower cars in the mix. Giving Aaron plenty of breathing room, the focus turned to the race for second, with Sam Hafertepe, Jr. having worked past Johnson before the stoppage.

Able to fend off the run of the No. 2c, Sam went to work reeling in Reutzel.

Unable to make up much time, Aaron hit the line with 2.953-seconds to spare. Sam Hafertepe, Jr., in second, was followed by Jordon Mallett, who, off the final turn, got two positions as Wayne rolled up the cushion. Three wide to the front stretch, the No. 2c held on to fourth by 0.099-seconds over Ryan Timms, who charged from 13th to fifth.

Derek Hagar crossed sixth and secured the 2022 I-30 Speedway track championship and ASCS Mid-South Regional title. Brad Bowden crossed seventh, with Garet Williamson hauling from 18th to eighth. Kyler Johnson and Dylan Westbrook completed the top ten.

Events at I-30 Speedway continue on Friday, September 30, and Saturday, October 1, with the 35th annual COMP Cams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tires. Both nights go green at 7:30 P.M. (CDT). More information can be found at www.i-30speedway.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS Mid-South Region
I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Ark.)
Thursday, September 29, 2022

Car Count: 74

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 29-Chad Jones[1]; 2. 10-Landon Britt[2]; 3. 23-Seth Bergman[3]; 4. G6-Cody Gardner[6]; 5. 2-Chase Porter[5]; 6. 39-Justin Sanders[8]; 7. 2T-Todd Bradford[7]; 8. 5L-Dusty Young[9]; 9. 17F-Chad Frewaldt[10]; 10. 72P-Gary Floyd[4]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 91-Michael Day[2]; 2. 22-Riley Goodno[4]; 3. 8R-Aaron Reutzel[7]; 4. 55B-Brandon Anderson[6]; 5. 5T-Ryan Timms[8]; 6. 16-Steven Howell[3]; 7. 42P-Preston Perlmutter[9]; 8. 38-Rick Pringle[5]; 9. 85-Josh McCord[10]; 10. 132-Jamie Manley[1]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[2]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 3. 74-Tucker Boulton[1]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[8]; 5. 99L-Lewis Jenkins Jr[3]; 6. 43M-Mark Smith[9]; 7. 44-Ronny Howard[6]; 8. 8M-Kade Morton[7]; 9. 938-Bradley Fezard[5]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 17B-Ryan Bickett[1]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[6]; 3. 10P-Dylan Postier[2]; 4. 16C-Tylar Rankin[5]; 5. 77-Jack Wagner[4]; 6. 22S-Slater Helt[7]; 7. 91Z-Zach Pringle[9]; 8. 10K-Dewayne White[3]; 9. 13-Chase Howard[8]

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 87J-Jace Park[2]; 2. 41-Colton Hardy[3]; 3. 24-Jeffrey West Jr[1]; 4. 12M-Greg Merritt[4]; 5. 1S-Joey Schmidt[6]; 6. 19-Jason Long[5]; 7. 97-Scotty Milan[7]; 8. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[8]; 9. 21R-Gunner Ramey[9]

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 45X-Kyler Johnson[2]; 2. 24W-Garet Williamson[3]; 3. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[6]; 4. 12H-Tony Bruce Jr[4]; 5. 26-Marshall Skinner[1]; 6. 30-Joseph Miller[5]; 7. 99-Blake Jenkins[8]; 8. 73-Samuel Wagner[9]; 9. 71-Bradyn Baker[7]

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson[3]; 2. 9JR-Derek Hagar[5]; 3. 1JR-Steven Russell[1]; 4. 87-Tim Crawley[7]; 5. 36-Jason Martin[4]; 6. 91A-Ernie Ainsworth[9]; 7. 17A-Alex Lyles[2]; 8. 13M-Chance McCrary[8]; 9. 48-Wade Buttrey[6]

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 4X-Brad Bowden[2]; 2. 47-Dale Howard[3]; 3. 3-Howard Moore[6]; 4. 67-Hayden Martin[1]; 5. 51B-Joe B Miller[9]; 6. 187-Landon Crawley[8]; 7. 84-Brandon Hanks[5]; 8. 15J-Jeremy Middleton[7]; 9. 27J-Joseph Poe Jr[4]

B-Main 1 (12 Laps): 1. 5T-Ryan Timms[4]; 2. 39-Justin Sanders[7]; 3. 77-Jack Wagner[8]; 4. 52-Blake Hahn[1]; 5. 41-Colton Hardy[2]; 6. 10-Landon Britt[3]; 7. 8M-Kade Morton[13]; 8. 97-Scotty Milan[11]; 9. 48-Wade Buttrey[15]; 10. 132-Jamie Manley[16]; 11. 84-Brandon Hanks[12]; 12. 30-Joseph Miller[10]; 13. 91A-Ernie Ainsworth[6]; 14. 38-Rick Pringle[14]; 15. 74-Tucker Boulton[5]; 16. 42P-Preston Perlmutter[9]

B-Main 2 (12 Laps): 1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[1]; 2. 24W-Garet Williamson[2]; 3. 51B-Joe B Miller[3]; 4. 24-Jeffrey West Jr[5]; 5. 36-Jason Martin[8]; 6. 187-Landon Crawley[7]; 7. 91Z-Zach Pringle[9]; 8. 99-Blake Jenkins[10]; 9. 15J-Jeremy Middleton[13]; 10. 12M-Greg Merritt[6]; 11. 938-Bradley Fezard[15]; 12. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[12]; 13. 44-Ronny Howard[11]; 14. 10K-Dewayne White[14]; 15. 21R-Gunner Ramey[16]; 16. 23-Seth Bergman[4]

B-Main 3 (12 Laps): 1. 3-Howard Moore[1]; 2. 47-Dale Howard[2]; 3. 1JR-Steven Russell[5]; 4. 10P-Dylan Postier[4]; 5. 26-Marshall Skinner[9]; 6. 17F-Chad Frewaldt[13]; 7. 13M-Chance McCrary[12]; 8. 12H-Tony Bruce Jr[6]; 9. 5L-Dusty Young[11]; 10. 13-Chase Howard[14]; 11. 16-Steven Howell[10]; 12. 27J-Joseph Poe Jr[15]; 13. G6-Cody Gardner[3]; 14. 22S-Slater Helt[8]; 15. 67-Hayden Martin[7]

B-Main 4 (12 Laps): 1. 87-Tim Crawley[2]; 2. 43M-Mark Smith[5]; 3. 2-Chase Porter[7]; 4. 71-Bradyn Baker[14]; 5. 2T-Todd Bradford[10]; 6. 73-Samuel Wagner[11]; 7. 17A-Alex Lyles[12]; 8. 19-Jason Long[9]; 9. 99L-Lewis Jenkins Jr[8]; 10. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 11. 55B-Brandon Anderson[3]; 12. 85-Josh McCord[13]; 13. 16C-Tylar Rankin[4]; 14. 1S-Joey Schmidt[6]; 15. 72P-Gary Floyd[15]

A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 8R-Aaron Reutzel[2]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[3]; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett[6]; 4. 2C-Wayne Johnson[1]; 5. 5T-Ryan Timms[13]; 6. 9JR-Derek Hagar[4]; 7. 4X-Brad Bowden[9]; 8. 24W-Garet Williamson[18]; 9. 45X-Kyler Johnson[7]; 10. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[14]; 11. 22-Riley Goodno[10]; 12. 29-Chad Jones[11]; 13. 87J-Jace Park[8]; 14. 17B-Ryan Bickett[12]; 15. 91-Michael Day[5]; 16. 47-Dale Howard[19]; 17. 87-Tim Crawley[16]; 18. 3-Howard Moore[15]; 19. 39-Justin Sanders[17]; 20. 43M-Mark Smith[20]

 

 

 

Super Bee Speedway Postponed To 2023

CHATHAM, La. (September 19, 2022) Due to unforeseen circumstances, sadly, this Saturday’s event at Super Bee Speedway with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network has been postponed to 2023.

The next event for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network will be the COMP Cams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tires at I-30 Speedway on Friday, September 30, and Saturday, October 1. The $15,041 to win event will be proceeded by the $5,646 to win Ralph Henson Memorial with the ASCS Mid-South Region on Thursday, September 29.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

Wayne Johnson Wins The 2022 Hockett/McMillin Memorial

Bryan Hulbert – WHEATLAND, Mo. (September 17, 2022) Three leaders over 40 laps, the final 15 revolutions around Lucas Oil Speedway saw Oklahoma’s Wayne Johnson capturing his second Hockett/McMillin Memorial championship aboard the Outlaw Wings/Select Coatings No. 2c with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network.

Marking the fourth time overall that Wayne has gone to victory lane at Lucas Oil Speedway, Johnson’s National Tour win total now sits at 59, with five of those collected this season.

“You guys have no idea, every one of them damn cautions came out was at the right time. I lost my brakes, and I'm sure my brake rotors were glowing. I had no pedal left every time the caution came out, and it saved my butt. I'm pretty sure ol' Jesse wanted me to win this race, so he got them cautions for me,” explained Wayne, who worked to hold back tears as Jack Hockett stood alongside.

“He's like a second dad to me," said Wayne of Jack Hockett.

“Unfortunately, we don’t get to do much together because we live so far apart, but we get to share a lot of good stories about Jesse. We had a great time when he was here, and we certainly can’t tell all those stories on this Mic. but I loved the boy. He was like a brother to me.”

Taking the green from eighth, Wayne chased early as Dylan Westbrook took the point from the pole. Leading through the first four laps, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. jetted to the lead off the second turn the following lap.

Finding traffic soon after, the No. 15h was now being pursued by Ayrton Gennetten. Catfishing the three-eighths-mile oval, the No. 3 closed distance on Hafertepe before the caution came working Lap 16.

Back to the last fully complete lap, the race resumed with 25-laps to run and Johnson, who had worked his way to third, vaulting to the runner-up spot on Lap 17. Holding the low side all the way around the Lucas Oil Speedway, the No. 2c crept in on Hafertepe, who ran an alternating line before caution lights came on Lap 19.

Adjusting to the bottom on the restart, Hafertepe went back to a top and bottom approach a couple of laps later. Pulling away by just over seventh-tenths of a second, Wayne was still glued to the moisture. Closing the gap over a trio of laps, Johnson took over the point off the fourth turn on Lap 25.

Stopped with ten laps to run for Dylan Westbrook, who flipped at the top of the second turn; Wayne had a new pursuer with Blake Hahn having worked to second on Lap 28. Quickly away as the green dropped, Wayne took his advantage to 1.373-seconds at the checkered flag. Blake Hahn crossed second with Scott Bogucki going three-wide on the Lap 30 restart to capture third after starting tenth. Battling a deflating right-rear, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. settled for fourth, with Matt Covington working from 11th to complete the top five.

Falling back on the start, Derek Hagar rebounded to sixth, with Jake Bubak charging ahead 14 positions to seventh. The overall Hard Charger on the weekend, Landon Crawley’s 12-position run in the A-Feature, put him at 19 positions gained overall through Heats, Qualifiers, and A-Features over the three nights. Taking a provisional into the show, Ryan Bickett moved 24th to ninth. Losing brakes at the start, Ayrton Gennetten fought his way to a tenth-place finish.

The Hockett/McMillin Memorial saw a total of 79 drivers participate, with 72 of them returning to Saturday’s finale. SCE Gaskets Qualifier wins went to Roger Crockett, Scott Bogucki, Matt Covington, and Chase Randall. BMRS B-Feature wins went to Landon Britt, Sean McClelland, and Howard Moore. Provisionals were used by Kyler Johnson, Ryan Bickett, and Gunner Ramey.

The next event for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network is Saturday, September 24, at Super-Bee Speedway in Chatham, La.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour

ASCS Warrior Region

Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, Mo.)

Hockett/McMillin Memorial - Night 3

Saturday, September 17, 2022

Car Count: 77

Event Count: 79

SCE Gaskets Qualifiers (Top from each advance to the A-Feature)

SCE Gaskets LCQ 1 (12 Laps): 1. 11-Roger Crockett[1]; 2. 22-Riley Goodno[4]; 3. 51B-Joe B Miller[2]; 4. 1XX-Jake Bubak[6]; 5. 17-Alex Sewell[9]; 6. 21-Gunner Ramey[7]; 7. 8B-Brad Bowden[3]; 8. 2-Chase Porter[10]; 9. 8M-Kade Morton[12]; 10. 17B-Ryan Bickett[11]; 11. 5D-Zach Daum[5]; 12. 2J-Zach Blurton[8]; 13. 0-Jake Griffin[14]; 14. 88-Terry Easum[15]; 15. 1P-Curtis Evans[16]; 16. 22M-Rees Moran[13]; 17. 10P-Dylan Postier[17]; 18. 8X-Tony Higgins[18]

SCE Gaskets LCQ 2 (12 Laps): 1. 84-Scott Bogucki[2]; 2. 24-Garet Williamson[1]; 3. 87-Sean McClelland[4]; 4. 55B-Brandon Anderson[6]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson[5]; 6. 47-Dale Howard[10]; 7. 36-Jason Martin[3]; 8. 44P-Jason Howell[11]; 9. 87J-Jace Park[12]; 10. 2B-Brett Becker[9]; 11. 44-Ronny Howard[14]; 12. 13-Chase Howard[7]; 13. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[13]; 14. 33-Alan Zoutte[16]; 15. 4M-Cameron Martin[15]; 16. 31-Casey Wills[8]; 17. 4-Evan Martin[17]

SCE Gaskets LCQ 3 (12 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 2. G6-Cody Gardner[3]; 3. 3M-Howard Moore[6]; 4. 10-Landon Britt[2]; 5. 91-Michael Day[4]; 6. 4X-Tyler Blank[8]; 7. 97M-Scotty Milan[5]; 8. 50Z-Zach Chappell[10]; 9. 7M-Chance Morton[9]; 10. 15-Jack Potter[14]; 11. 9$-Kyle Clark[7]; 12. 19-Wes Wofford[12]; 13. 7F-Noah Harris[11]; 14. 00-Broc Elliott[13]; 15. 41-Mackenzie Borchers[15]; 16. 77-Jack Wagner[16]; 17. 86-Timothy Smith[17]

SCE Gaskets LCQ 4 (12 Laps): 1. 9-Chase Randall[2]; 2. 22K-Kaleb Johnson[5]; 3. 187-Landon Crawley[1]; 4. 12-Jeffrey Newell[4]; 5. 22S-Slater Helt[6]; 6. 14E-Kyle Bellm[3]; 7. 7C-Chris Morgan[8]; 8. 93-Taylor Walton[10]; 9. 99-Blake Jenkins[7]; 10. 12M-Greg Merritt[11]; 11. 15D-Andrew Deal[12]; 12. 17F-Chad Frewaldt[13]; 13. 97-Kevin Cummings[14]; 14. 11E-Kyle Edwards[15]; 15. 7B-Ben Brown[9]; 16. 98P-Miles Paulus[16]; 17. 1JR-Steven Russell[17]

BMRS B-Feature (Top 2 in each advance)

BMRS B-Main 1 (15 Laps): 1. 10-Landon Britt[3]; 2. 187-Landon Crawley[2]; 3. 21-Gunner Ramey[5]; 4. 45X-Kyler Johnson[4]; 5. 97M-Scotty Milan[7]; 6. 44P-Jason Howell[8]; 7. 8M-Kade Morton[9]; 8. 17F-Chad Frewaldt[14]; 9. 15-Jack Potter[11]; 10. 99-Blake Jenkins[10]; 11. 1P-Curtis Evans[17]; 12. 2J-Zach Blurton[13]; 13. 7F-Noah Harris[15]; 14. 33-Alan Zoutte[16]; 15. 44-Ronny Howard[12]; 16. 14E-Kyle Bellm[6]; 17. 51B-Joe B Miller[1]; 18. 7B-Ben Brown[18]

BMRS B-Main 2 (15 Laps): 1. 87-Sean McClelland[1]; 2. 1XX-Jake Bubak[2]; 3. 91-Michael Day[4]; 4. 47-Dale Howard[5]; 5. 87J-Jace Park[9]; 6. 8B-Brad Bowden[6]; 7. 4M-Cameron Martin[17]; 8. 50Z-Zach Chappell[8]; 9. 9$-Kyle Clark[12]; 10. 0-Jake Griffin[14]; 11. 22M-Rees Moran[18]; 12. 13-Chase Howard[13]; 13. 7C-Chris Morgan[7]; 14. 97-Kevin Cummings[15]; 15. 12-Jeffrey Newell[3]; 16. 17B-Ryan Bickett[10]; 17. 12M-Greg Merritt[11]; 18. 00-Broc Elliott[16]

BMRS B-Main 3 (15 Laps): 1. 3M-Howard Moore[1]; 2. 36-Jason Martin[6]; 3. 2-Chase Porter[7]; 4. 22S-Slater Helt[4]; 5. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[14]; 6. 7M-Chance Morton[9]; 7. 93-Taylor Walton[8]; 8. 15D-Andrew Deal[12]; 9. 17-Alex Sewell[3]; 10. 55B-Brandon Anderson[2]; 11. 11E-Kyle Edwards[16]; 12. 2B-Brett Becker[10]; 13. 4X-Tyler Blank[5]; 14. 19-Wes Wofford[13]; 15. 88-Terry Easum[15]; 16. 5D-Zach Daum[11]; 17. 41-Mackenzie Borchers[17]; 18. 31-Casey Wills[18]

A-Feature

Lucas Oil A-Main (40 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson[8]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[5]; 3. 84-Scott Bogucki[10]; 4. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[3]; 5. 95-Matt Covington[11]; 6. 9JR-Derek Hagar[7]; 7. 1XX-Jake Bubak[21]; 8. 187-Landon Crawley[20]; 9. 17B-Ryan Bickett[24]; 10. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[4]; 11. 24-Garet Williamson[14]; 12. 11-Roger Crockett[9]; 13. 9-Chase Randall[12]; 14. 22K-Kaleb Johnson[16]; 15. 22-Riley Goodno[13]; 16. 10-Landon Britt[17]; 17. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[1]; 18. 43M-Mark Smith[2]; 19. 45X-Kyler Johnson[23]; 20. 1X-Tim Crawley[6]; 21. 87-Sean McClelland[18]; 22. 21-Gunner Ramey[25]; 23. 36-Jason Martin[22]; 24. 3M-Howard Moore[19]; 25. G6-Cody Gardner[15]

Lap Leader(s): Dylan Westbrook 1-4; Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 5-24; Wayne Johnson 25-40

Hard Charger: Jake Bubak +14

Quick Time: N/A

High Point Driver: N/A

Provisional(s): Kyler Johnson (Points) / Ryan Bickett (Points) / Gunner Ramey (Regional)

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs]

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Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com

Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 5 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park; 7/23 – I-30 Speedway; 9/17 – Lucas Oil Speedway); Tim Crawley – 4 (7/22 – Batesville Motor Speedway; 7/26 – Tulsa Speedway; 9/13 – Clay County Fair Speedway; 9/15 – Lucas Oil Speedway); Derek Hagar – 3 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway; 9/5 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 3 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway; 8/4 – Knoxville Raceway; 9/8 – Lakeside Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 2 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 7/27 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 2 (8/2 – Lakeside Speedway, 9/2 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Matt Covington – 2 (7/1 – Boone County Raceway; 7/28 – 81-Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway, 9/10 – Caney Valley Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 2 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway; 8/6 – Knoxville Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/2 – WaKeeney Speedway); Zach Blurton – 1 (7/3 – WaKeeney Speedway); Gunner Ramey - 1 (7/15 – U.S. 36 Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/5 – Knoxville Raceway); Ayrton Gennetten – 1 (9/16 – Lucas Oil Speedway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Blake Hahn 3,425; 2. Wayne Johnson 3,324; 3. Matt Covington 3,252; 4. Tim Crawley 3,239; 5. Jason Martin 3,175; 6. Brandon Anderson 2,912; 7. Landon Crawley 2,820; 8. Landon Britt 2,800; 9. Kyler Johnson 2,774; 10. Ryan Bickett 2,616; 11. Dylan Postier 2,515; 12. Garet Williamson 2,307; 13. Dylan Westbrook 1,928; 14. Dylan Opdahl 1,685; 15. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 1,486;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**

2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**

2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R)

10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)

10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)

17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)

24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)

36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)

45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)

52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**

55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)

95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)

(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie

** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

 

 

Gennetten Bags First Career Lucas Oil ASCS Victory In Friday’s Hockett/McMillin Memorial Prelim

Bryan Hulbert – WHEATLAND, Mo. (September 16, 2022) From just shy, to spot on, Missouri’s Ayrton Gennetten found the bottom of the Lucas Oil Speedway working and rolled it to perfection Friday night at the Hockett/McMillin Memorial for his first career victory with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network.

“This is really cool. Wheatland is a place we’ve wanted to win at for so long, and to finally win during the Hockett/McMillin is pretty sweet,” stated Gennetten, who will grid Saturday’s $10,000 to win feature fourth.

“We were good tonight. The biggest thing was just trying to stay patient and roll the bottom, and it paid off. I feel it’s crazy the way things have gone down in my career that I haven’t won one of these already. We’ve been close, but we also haven’t run a lot of these races either.”

The 165th driver to top the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, Gennetten’s win came in his 27th career A-Feature start. The 12th Show-Me state driver to visit Victory Lane, the driver of the Ozark Barge and Dock Service No. 3, is the first from Gravois Mills.

A rebound run from Thursday, where Gennetten finished fifth in a B-Feature, the team reworked the setup on the Fischer Body Shop No. 3, and the results were evident. Getting the bottom rolling early, Ayrton rode third the opening five laps. Chasing the Hills Racing No. 47x, the bottom run erased a nearly one-second deficit in two laps.

Racing to the lead on Lap 8 by 0.067-seconds at the line, the No. 3 took off from there, with his lead growing to 2.587-seconds when all was said and done.

Dylan Westbrook kept pace for second and, in doing so, will start on the pole Saturday night. Riding fifth until the white flag lap, the door opened off the final turn for Roger Crockett to jump to the final podium step. Under fire from Sam Hafertepe, Jr., the No. 187 of Landon Crawley held off the No. 15h by 0.073-seconds for fourth.

Making an opening lap run at the lead after starting third, Garet Williamson slipped to sixth, with Blake Hahn finishing seventh for the second night in a row. Brad Bowden was eighth, followed by Cody Gardner. Making up nine positions after racing through a BMRS B-Feature, Tulsa’s Jeffrey Newell completed the top ten.

Combining event points from Thursday and Friday, Dylan Westbrook will lead the field to the green on Saturday. Pennsylvania's Mark Smith will start second, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. third. Ayrton Gennetten and Blake Hahn will make up the top five starters. Tim Crawley, Derek Hagar, and Wayne Johnson complete the eight drivers locked into the 40-lap Hockett/McMillin Memorial finale.

A total of 79 drivers checked in for competition during the first two nights of the 2022 Hockett/McMillin Memorial. Of those, 77 were on hand Friday. Dylan Westbrook, again, was the overall quickest qualifier at 14.010-seconds. The field rolled into eighth SCE Gaskets Heat Races and three BMRS B-Features. Provisionals Friday were used by Tim Crawley, Landon Britt, and Miles Paulus.

The Hockett/McMillin Memorial concludes Saturday, September 17, with teams not locked in lined up in four SCE Gaskets Qualifiers. Top two from each will advance, straight-up, into the A-Feature. Remainder will drop into three BMRS B-Features. Lineup is staggered, straight-up by the driver’s finish. Top two from each advance.

Saturday opens at 4:00 P.M. with Hot Laps at 5:30 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $35 for adults, $10 for youth (6-15), and free for kids five and under. For information and directions to Lucas Oil Speedway, log onto http://www.lucasoilspeedway.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour

ASCS Warrior Region

Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, Mo.)

Hockett/McMillin Memorial - Night 2

Friday, September 16, 2022

Car Count: 77

Event Count: 79

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 43M-Mark Smith, 14.221[1]; 2. 24-Garet Williamson, 14.231[6]; 3. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 14.232[8]; 4. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 14.354[2]; 5. 91-Michael Day, 14.402[10]; 6. 10C-Jeremy Campbell, 14.431[5]; 7. 98P-Miles Paulus, 14.444[9]; 8. 22K-Kaleb Johnson, 14.478[7]; 9. 86-Timothy Smith, 14.484[4]; 10. 88-Terry Easum, 15.022[3]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook, 14.010[5]; 2. 11-Roger Crockett, 14.140[3]; 3. 95-Matt Covington, 14.280[7]; 4. 5D-Zach Daum, 14.361[9]; 5. 36-Jason Martin, 14.406[2]; 6. 22M-Rees Moran, 14.455[1]; 7. 1JR-Steven Russell, 14.497[8]; 8. 4M-Cameron Martin, 14.626[10]; 9. 44-Ronny Howard, 14.675[6]; 10. 33-Alan Zoutte, 14.754[4]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 3-Ayrton Gennetten, 14.200[2]; 2. 97M-Scotty Milan, 14.216[1]; 3. 14E-Kyle Bellm, 14.379[9]; 4. 31-Casey Wills, 14.409[6]; 5. 2-Chase Porter, 14.470[8]; 6. 50Z-Zach Chappell, 14.507[4]; 7. 1XX-Jake Bubak, 14.538[5]; 8. 17F-Chad Frewaldt, 14.624[7]; 9. 0-Jake Griffin, 14.653[10]; 10. 15-Jack Potter, 14.820[3]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 4 (3 Laps): 1. 8B-Brad Bowden, 14.434[4]; 2. 7B-Ben Brown, 14.502[3]; 3. 10P-Dylan Postier, 14.512[9]; 4. 7C-Chris Morgan, 14.534[1]; 5. 9$-Kyle Clark, 14.702[2]; 6. 44P-Jason Howell, 14.864[7]; 7. 99-Blake Jenkins, 14.869[5]; 8. 19-Wes Wofford, 14.968[10]; 9. 00-Broc Elliott, 15.257[8]; 10. 11E-Kyle Edwards, 15.751[6]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 5 (3 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, 14.268[8]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn, 14.441[4]; 3. 7F-Noah Harris, 14.556[2]; 4. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 14.594[5]; 5. 51B-Joe B Miller, 14.615[9]; 6. 87J-Jace Park, 14.629[7]; 7. 2B-Brett Becker, 14.669[10]; 8. 47-Dale Howard, 14.682[3]; 9. 87-Sean McClelland, 14.744[6]; 10. 4-Evan Martin, 15.115[1]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 6 (3 Laps): 1. 187-Landon Crawley, 14.561[6]; 2. 17-Alex Sewell, 14.689[9]; 3. 10-Landon Britt, 14.735[7]; 4. 1X-Tim Crawley, 14.908[4]; 5. 93-Taylor Walton, 14.950[5]; 6. 12-Jeffrey Newell, 15.018[2]; 7. 7M-Chance Morton, 15.046[1]; 8. 8X-Tony Higgins, 15.270[3]; 9. 41-Mackenzie Borchers, 15.563[8]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 7 (3 Laps): 1. G6-Cody Gardner, 14.662[4]; 2. 22-Riley Goodno, 14.680[3]; 3. 22S-Slater Helt, 14.752[2]; 4. 21-Gunner Ramey, 14.820[9]; 5. 77-Jack Wagner, 14.877[8]; 6. 8M-Kade Morton, 14.958[1]; 7. 13-Chase Howard, 14.981[5]; 8. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 15.139[6]; 9. 12M-Greg Merritt, 15.276[7]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 8 (3 Laps): 1. 84-Scott Bogucki, 14.384[4]; 2. 9-Chase Randall, 14.684[3]; 3. 3M-Howard Moore, 14.740[1]; 4. 1P-Curtis Evans, 14.936[2]; 5. 9JR-Derek Hagar, 14.976[9]; 6. 2J-Zach Blurton, 15.015[7]; 7. 4X-Tyler Blank, 15.097[6]; 8. 15D-Andrew Deal, 15.369[8]; 9. 97-Kevin Cummings, 16.056[5]

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Top 16 in Qualifying/Passing Points advance to the A-Feature)

SCE Gaskets Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 24-Garet Williamson[3]; 2. 2C-Wayne Johnson[2]; 3. 43M-Mark Smith[4]; 4. 22K-Kaleb Johnson[8]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson[1]; 6. 91-Michael Day[5]; 7. 98P-Miles Paulus[7]; 8. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[6]; 9. 86-Timothy Smith[9]; 10. 88-Terry Easum[10]

SCE Gaskets Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 2. 11-Roger Crockett[3]; 3. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[4]; 4. 36-Jason Martin[5]; 5. 5D-Zach Daum[1]; 6. 1JR-Steven Russell[7]; 7. 44-Ronny Howard[9]; 8. 4M-Cameron Martin[8]; 9. 22M-Rees Moran[6]; 10. 33-Alan Zoutte[10]

SCE Gaskets Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 14E-Kyle Bellm[2]; 2. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[4]; 3. 31-Casey Wills[1]; 4. 97M-Scotty Milan[3]; 5. 1XX-Jake Bubak[7]; 6. 50Z-Zach Chappell[6]; 7. 17F-Chad Frewaldt[8]; 8. 0-Jake Griffin[9]; 9. 2-Chase Porter[5]; 10. 15-Jack Potter[10]

SCE Gaskets Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 7C-Chris Morgan[1]; 2. 99-Blake Jenkins[7]; 3. 8B-Brad Bowden[4]; 4. 9$-Kyle Clark[5]; 5. 7B-Ben Brown[3]; 6. 10P-Dylan Postier[2]; 7. 00-Broc Elliott[9]; 8. 19-Wes Wofford[8]; 9. 44P-Jason Howell[6]; 10. 11E-Kyle Edwards[10]

SCE Gaskets Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[4]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 4. 2B-Brett Becker[7]; 5. 51B-Joe B Miller[5]; 6. 87-Sean McClelland[9]; 7. 7F-Noah Harris[2]; 8. 87J-Jace Park[6]; 9. 4-Evan Martin[10]; 10. (DNS) 47-Dale Howard

SCE Gaskets Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 187-Landon Crawley[4]; 2. 1X-Tim Crawley[1]; 3. 10-Landon Britt[2]; 4. 12-Jeffrey Newell[6]; 5. 93-Taylor Walton[5]; 6. 7M-Chance Morton[7]; 7. 17-Alex Sewell[3]; 8. 41-Mackenzie Borchers[9]; 9. 8X-Tony Higgins[8]

SCE Gaskets Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. G6-Cody Gardner[4]; 2. 21-Gunner Ramey[1]; 3. 22-Riley Goodno[3]; 4. 22S-Slater Helt[2]; 5. 13-Chase Howard[7]; 6. 8M-Kade Morton[6]; 7. 77-Jack Wagner[5]; 8. 17B-Ryan Bickett[8]; 9. 12M-Greg Merritt[9]

SCE Gaskets Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 3M-Howard Moore[2]; 2. 9-Chase Randall[3]; 3. 9JR-Derek Hagar[5]; 4. 84-Scott Bogucki[4]; 5. 4X-Tyler Blank[7]; 6. 2J-Zach Blurton[6]; 7. 1P-Curtis Evans[1]; 8. 15D-Andrew Deal[8]; 9. 97-Kevin Cummings[9]

BMRS B-Feature (Top 2 in each advance)

BMRS B-Main 1 (12 Laps): 1. 22-Riley Goodno[1]; 2. 21-Gunner Ramey[5]; 3. 97M-Scotty Milan[3]; 4. 55B-Brandon Anderson[2]; 5. 4X-Tyler Blank[7]; 6. 17-Alex Sewell[12]; 7. 10-Landon Britt[4]; 8. 7M-Chance Morton[9]; 9. 5D-Zach Daum[13]; 10. 93-Taylor Walton[8]; 11. 2J-Zach Blurton[10]; 12. 00-Broc Elliott[11]; 13. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[16]; 14. 2-Chase Porter[19]; 15. 7B-Ben Brown[6]; 16. 86-Timothy Smith[17]; 17. 17B-Ryan Bickett[15]; 18. 1P-Curtis Evans[20]; 19. 8X-Tony Higgins[18]; 20. 41-Mackenzie Borchers[14]; 21. 47-Dale Howard[21]

BMRS B-Main 2 (12 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson[1]; 2. 36-Jason Martin[4]; 3. 1XX-Jake Bubak[6]; 4. 2B-Brett Becker[3]; 5. 9JR-Derek Hagar[2]; 6. 87J-Jace Park[16]; 7. 1X-Tim Crawley[5]; 8. 87-Sean McClelland[8]; 9. 50Z-Zach Chappell[9]; 10. 31-Casey Wills[7]; 11. 4M-Cameron Martin[14]; 12. 12M-Greg Merritt[17]; 13. 77-Jack Wagner[13]; 14. 91-Michael Day[10]; 15. 10P-Dylan Postier[12]; 16. 15D-Andrew Deal[15]; 17. 17F-Chad Frewaldt[11]; 18. 22M-Rees Moran[18]; 19. 33-Alan Zoutte[19]; 20. 88-Terry Easum[20]

BMRS B-Main 3 (12 Laps): 1. 12-Jeffrey Newell[3]; 2. 13-Chase Howard[6]; 3. 22K-Kaleb Johnson[2]; 4. 98P-Miles Paulus[11]; 5. 22S-Slater Helt[5]; 6. 51B-Joe B Miller[7]; 7. 7C-Chris Morgan[1]; 8. 9$-Kyle Clark[4]; 9. 45X-Kyler Johnson[12]; 10. 44P-Jason Howell[18]; 11. 7F-Noah Harris[15]; 12. 8M-Kade Morton[9]; 13. 19-Wes Wofford[14]; 14. 44-Ronny Howard[10]; 15. 11E-Kyle Edwards[20]; 16. 15-Jack Potter[19]; 17. 0-Jake Griffin[13]; 18. 97-Kevin Cummings[17]; 19. 4-Evan Martin[16]; 20. 1JR-Steven Russell[8]

A-Feature

Lucas Oil A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[4]; 2. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[1]; 3. 11-Roger Crockett[9]; 4. 187-Landon Crawley[6]; 5. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[2]; 6. 24-Garet Williamson[3]; 7. 52-Blake Hahn[16]; 8. 8B-Brad Bowden[8]; 9. G6-Cody Gardner[5]; 10. 12-Jeffrey Newell[19]; 11. 43M-Mark Smith[7]; 12. 9-Chase Randall[12]; 13. 84-Scott Bogucki[15]; 14. 95-Matt Covington[10]; 15. 2C-Wayne Johnson[18]; 16. 22-Riley Goodno[17]; 17. 98P-Miles Paulus[25]; 18. 14E-Kyle Bellm[11]; 19. 36-Jason Martin[21]; 20. 3M-Howard Moore[13]; 21. 99-Blake Jenkins[14]; 22. 13-Chase Howard[22]; 23. 21-Gunner Ramey[20]; 24. 10-Landon Britt[24]; 25. 1X-Tim Crawley[23]

Lap Leader(s): Dylan Westbrook 1-7; Ayrton Gennetten 8-25

Hard Charger: Blake Hahn +9

Quick Time: Dylan Westbrook 14.010-seconds

High Point Driver: Landon Crawley

Provisional(s): Tim Crawley (Points); Landon Britt (Points); Miles Paulus (Regional)

Combined Points after 9/16/2022. The top 8 are locked into Saturday's A-Feature. Ties are broken by Friday's Qualifying Times.

1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook-283

2. 43M-Mark Smith-279

3. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr-277

4. 3-Ayrton Gennetten -271

5. 52-Blake Hahn-270

6. 1X-Tim Crawley-264

7. 9JR-Derek Hagar-261

8. 2C-Wayne Johnson-260

9. 11-Roger Crockett -255

10.24-Garet Williamson-249

11.95-Matt Covington-247

12.187-Landon Crawley -245

13.51B-Joe B. Miller-245

14.84-Scott Bogucki-243

15.10-Landon Britt-239

16.9-Chase Randall-232

17.8B-Brad Bowden -228

18.36-Jason Martin-225

19.G6-Cody Gardner -225

20.14E-Kyle Bellm-223

21.22-Riley Goodno-222

22.87-Sean McClelland-219

23.91-Michael Day-215

24.12-Jeffrey Newell -215

25.5D-Zach Daum-213

26.45X-Kyler Johnson-206

27.97M-Scotty Milan -202

28.22K-Kaleb Johnson-202

29.1XX-Jake Bubak-202

30.55B-Brandon Anderson -201

31.3M-Howard Moore -201

32.22S-Slater Helt -199

33.21-Gunner Ramey -194

34.13-Chase Howard -193

35.9$-Kyle Clark -192

36.98P-Miles Paulus -191

37.2J-Zach Blurton -191

38.31-Casey Wills -190

39.4X-Tyler Blank -187

40.7C-Chris Morgan -185

41.17-Alex Sewell -185

42.2B-Brett Becker -184

43.7M-Chance Morton -182

44.99-Blake Jenkins -180

45.2-Chase Porter -177

46.47-Dale Howard -177

47.77-Jack Wagner -177

48.93-Taylor Walton -177

49.17B-Ryan Bickett -177

50.44p-Jason Howell -175

51.50Z-Zach Chappell -174

52.7B-Ben Brown -173

53.8M-Kade Morton -173

54.87J-Jace Park -172

55.7F-Noah Harris -171

56.1JR-Steven Russell -170

57.10P-Dylan Postier -170

58.10C-Jeremy Campbell -169

59.19-Wes Wofford -168

60.12M-Greg Merritt -168

61.22M-Rees Moran -167

62.44-Ronny Howard -165

63.86-Timothy Smith -164

64.15D-Andrew Deal -164

65.0-Jake Griffin -163

66.4M-Cameron Martin -162

67.00-Broc Elliott -160

68.17F-Chad Frewaldt -157

69.88-Terry Easum -157

70.4-Evan Martin -154

71.15-Jack Potter -153

72.97-Kevin Cummings -152

73.8X-Tony Higgins -151

74.33-Alan Zoutte -150

75.41-Mackenzie Borchers -150

76.11E-Kyle Edwards -150

77.1P-Curtis Evans -83

78.6-Dustin Gates -79

79.39-Kimberly Tyre -72

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Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 4 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park; 7/23 – I-30 Speedway); Tim Crawley – 4 (7/22 – Batesville Motor Speedway; 7/26 – Tulsa Speedway; 9/13 – Clay County Fair Speedway; 9/15 – Lucas Oil Speedway); Derek Hagar – 3 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway; 9/5 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 3 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway; 8/4 – Knoxville Raceway; 9/8 – Lakeside Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 2 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 7/27 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 2 (8/2 – Lakeside Speedway, 9/2 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Matt Covington – 2 (7/1 – Boone County Raceway; 7/28 – 81-Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway, 9/10 – Caney Valley Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 2 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway; 8/6 – Knoxville Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/2 – WaKeeney Speedway); Zach Blurton – 1 (7/3 – WaKeeney Speedway); Gunner Ramey - 1 (7/15 – U.S. 36 Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/5 – Knoxville Raceway); Ayrton Gennetten – 1 (9/16 – Lucas Oil Speedway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Blake Hahn 3,325; 2. Wayne Johnson 3,224; 3. Matt Covington 3,152; 4. Tim Crawley 3,139; 5. Jason Martin 3,075; 6. Brandon Anderson 2,812; 7. Landon Crawley 2,720; 8. Landon Britt 2,700; 9. Kyler Johnson 2,674; 10. Ryan Bickett 2,516; 11. Dylan Postier 2,415; 12. Garet Williamson 2,207; 13. Dylan Westbrook 1,828; 14. Dylan Opdahl 1,685; 15. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 1,386;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**

2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**

2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R)

10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)

10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)

17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)

24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)

36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)

45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)

52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**

55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)

95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)

(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie

** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

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Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour

Clay County Fair Speedway (Spencer, Iowa)

Tuesday, September 13, 2022

Car Count: 26

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn, 14.087[3]; 2. 24T-Christopher Thram, 14.122[5]; 3. 1CC-Clayton Christensen, 14.247[1]; 4. 36-Jason Martin, 14.255[4]; 5. 22-Riley Goodno, 14.485[7]; 6. 5J-Javen Ostermann, 14.606[2]; 7. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 14.646[8]; 8. 187-Landon Crawley, 14.664[9]; 9. 88-Terry Easum, 14.789[6]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 5-Brady Forbrook, 14.170[9]; 2. 99-Bret Tripplett, 14.317[1]; 3. 1X-Tim Crawley, 14.444[7]; 4. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 14.456[6]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 14.481[8]; 6. 10-Landon Britt, 14.868[5]; 7. 18-Tyler Rabenberg, 14.873[4]; 8. 16-Dustin Clark, 15.123[3]; 9. 4W-Matt Wasmund, 15.220[2]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington, 14.373[6]; 2. 35-Skylar Prochaska, 14.460[2]; 3. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 14.620[5]; 4. 44-Chris Martin, 14.626[8]; 5. 05-Jody Rosenboom, 14.726[3]; 6. 10J-Justin Jacobsma, 14.850[1]; 7. 10P-Dylan Postier, 14.950[4]; 8. 91-Andrew Sullivan, 15.473[7]

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Top 16 in Qualifying/Passing Points advance to the A-Feature)

SCE Gaskets Heat 1: 1. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 2. 22-Riley Goodno[5]; 3. 36-Jason Martin[1]; 4. 24T-Christopher Thram[3]; 5. 1CC-Clayton Christensen[2]; 6. 17B-Ryan Bickett[7]; 7. 5J-Javen Ostermann[6]; 8. 187-Landon Crawley[8]; 9. 88-Terry Easum[9]

SCE Gaskets Heat 2: 1. 1X-Tim Crawley[2]; 2. 45X-Kyler Johnson[1]; 3. 10-Landon Britt[6]; 4. 5-Brady Forbrook[4]; 5. 99-Bret Tripplett[3]; 6. 55B-Brandon Anderson[9]; 7. 4W-Matt Wasmund[7]; 8. 16-Dustin Clark[8]; 9. 18-Tyler Rabenberg[5]

SCE Gaskets Heat 3: 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson[2]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 3. 44-Chris Martin[1]; 4. 35-Skylar Prochaska[3]; 5. 05-Jody Rosenboom[5]; 6. 10P-Dylan Postier[7]; 7. 10J-Justin Jacobsma[6]; 8. 91-Andrew Sullivan[8]

BMRS B-Feature (Top 6 advance)

BMRS B-Main 1 (12 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[2]; 2. 10P-Dylan Postier[1]; 3. 187-Landon Crawley[6]; 4. 88-Terry Easum[9]; 5. 18-Tyler Rabenberg[10]; 6. 10J-Justin Jacobsma[4]; 7. 91-Andrew Sullivan[8]; 8. 16-Dustin Clark[7]; 9. 5J-Javen Ostermann[3]; 10. 4W-Matt Wasmund[5]

A-Feature

Lucas Oil A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 1X-Tim Crawley[2]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 3. 2C-Wayne Johnson[1]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[3]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson[6]; 6. 10-Landon Britt[8]; 7. 24T-Christopher Thram[9]; 8. 44-Chris Martin[12]; 9. 36-Jason Martin[11]; 10. 22-Riley Goodno[5]; 11. 55B-Brandon Anderson[17]; 12. 187-Landon Crawley[19]; 13. 17B-Ryan Bickett[16]; 14. 10P-Dylan Postier[18]; 15. 35-Skylar Prochaska[10]; 16. 88-Terry Easum[20]; 17. 99-Bret Tripplett[13]; 18. 05-Jody Rosenboom[14]; 19. 5-Brady Forbrook[7]; 20. 1CC-Clayton Christensen[15]; 21. 18-Tyler Rabenberg[21]; 22. 10J-Justin Jacobsma[22]

Lap Leader(s): Tim Crawley 1-25

Hard Charger: Landon Crawley +7

Quick Time: Blake Hahn 14.087-seconds (NTR)

High Point Driver: Blake Hahn

Provisional(s): N/A


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Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 4 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park; 7/23 – I-30 Speedway); Derek Hagar – 3 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway; 9/5 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 3 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway; 8/4 – Knoxville Raceway; 9/8 – Lakeside Speedway); Tim Crawley – 3 (7/22 – Batesville Motor Speedway; 7/26 – Tulsa Speedway; 9/13 – Clay County Fair Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 2 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 7/27 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 2 (8/2 – Lakeside Speedway, 9/2 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Matt Covington – 2 (7/1 – Boone County Raceway; 7/28 – 81-Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway, 9/10 – Caney Valley Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 2 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway; 8/6 – Knoxville Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/2 – WaKeeney Speedway); Zach Blurton – 1 (7/3 – WaKeeney Speedway); Gunner Ramey - 1 (7/15 – U.S. 36 Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/5 – Knoxville Raceway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Blake Hahn 3,087; 2. Wayne Johnson 2,999; 3. Matt Covington 2,942; 4. Tim Crawley 2,924; 5. Jason Martin 2,881; 6. Brandon Anderson 2,682; 7. Landon Crawley 2,525; 8. Landon Britt 2,513; 9. Kyler Johnson 2,513; 10. Ryan Bickett 2,386; 11. Dylan Postier 2,285; 12. Garet Williamson 1,993; 13. Dylan Opdahl 1,685; 14. Dylan Westbrook 1,580 15. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 1,145;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**

2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**

2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R)

10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)

10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)

17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)

24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)

36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)

45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)

52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**

55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)

95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)

(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie

** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

 

 

Tim Crawley Takes Lucas Oil ASCS Hockett/McMillin Memorial Opener!

Bryan Hulbert – WHEATLAND, Mo. (September 15, 2022) Taking his momentum from Tuesday night in Iowa to Thursday night in Missouri, Tim Crawley put the veteran’s touch to work in the Jesse Hockett/Daniel McMillin Memorial opener at Lucas Oil Speedway.

Tim’s fourth win of the season and 50th all-time since 1993, the win marks the eighth time Crawley has topped the National Tour in Missouri and is the fourth on at Lucas Oil Speedway since 2010.

"We work out butts off, and this is what makes it all worthwhile. We lost a good friend at home this week to cancer, and then here's the Jesse and McMillin deal here. This all means a lot to me; it really does,” stated Crawley in Victory Lane, who dedicated the win to Karen Goodson.

Outrunning Wayne Johnson to the point to open the non-stop feature event, Crawley was quickly challenged by Derek Hagar and Joe B. Miller. Working as wide as possible around the three-eighths-mile oval, Tim finally skipped to the bottom to keep the No. 9jr and the No. 51b at bay.

Putting distance on Hagar through the first ten revolutions, the bottom of the track continued to clean off as the race reached the mid-point. Migrating the field to the gutter as Crawley trekked into traffic, the Ronnie Pitts Motorsports No. 1x settled into a patient run.

Making it 25-laps led, Crawley crossed with a 1.271-second advantage over Derek Hagar. Moving up from eighth, a late race pass netted Pennsylvania’s Mark Smith the show position in the Witherspoon owned No. 43m. Joe B. Miller ended up fourth with Wayne Johnson fifth.

Landon Britt, in sixth, was followed by Blake Hahn. Having to fight out of B-Features, Sam Hafertepe, Jr., and Sean McClelland chased each other through the field, with Sam moving from 17th to eighth and Sean from 18th to ninth. Michael Day completed the top ten.

The opening night of the Hockett/McMillin Memorial saw a massive 78-car field. Having never qualified at the Lucas Oil Speedway, Canada’s Dylan Westbrook set the mark for the track record at 14.005-seconds. A total of eighth SCE Gaskets Heat Races were contested, followed by a trio of BMRS B-Features. Three provisional were used by Brandon Anderson, Landon Crawley, and Miles Paulus.

The event standings after the opening night are led by Tim Crawley (165), with Derek Hagar (162), Mark Smith (153), Joe B. Miller (149), and Wayne Johnson (143) making up the top five. All teams will run again on Friday night, with the combined points tallied and the top eight locking into Saturday’s $10,000 to win event.

Friday, September 16 at Lucas Oil Speedway opens at 4:00 P.M. with cars on track to Qualify at 6:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets and other information are online at http://www.lucasoilspeedway.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour

ASCS Warrior Region

Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, Mo.)

Hockett/McMillin Memorial - Night 1

Thursday, September 15, 2022

Car Count: 78

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 7B-Ben Brown, 14.334[1]; 2. 22-Riley Goodno, 14.335[2]; 3. 3-Ayrton Gennetten, 14.458[4]; 4. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, 14.468[3]; 5. 31-Casey Wills, 14.476[7]; 6. 86-Timothy Smith, 14.628[6]; 7. 98P-Miles Paulus, 14.632[9]; 8. 2-Chase Porter, 14.760[10]; 9. 8M-Kade Morton, 14.868[8]; 10. 11E-Kyle Edwards, 15.857[5]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook, 14.005[8]; 2. 9-Chase Randall, 14.099[9]; 3. 91-Michael Day, 14.385[7]; 4. 97M-Scotty Milan, 14.458[1]; 5. G6-Cody Gardner, 14.495[6]; 6. 1JR-Steven Russell, 14.514[2]; 7. 10C-Jeremy Campbell, 14.620[10]; 8. 14E-Kyle Bellm, 14.943[3]; 9. 17F-Chad Frewaldt, 15.474[5]; 10. 39-Kimberly Tyre, 16.331[4]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 14.006[5]; 2. 95-Matt Covington, 14.116[9]; 3. 1XX-Jake Bubak, 14.179[6]; 4. 8B-Brad Bowden, 14.318[1]; 5. 22S-Slater Helt, 14.494[8]; 6. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 14.495[2]; 7. 3M-Howard Moore, 14.534[3]; 8. 21-Gunner Ramey, 14.572[7]; 9. 50Z-Zach Chappell, 14.594[10]; 10. 87J-Jace Park, 14.652[4]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 4 (3 Laps): 1. 10-Landon Britt, 14.353[1]; 2. 36-Jason Martin, 14.471[4]; 3. 6-Dustin Gates, 14.621[5]; 4. 4-Evan Martin, 14.742[2]; 5. 19-Wes Wofford, 14.765[6]; 6. 52-Blake Hahn, 14.975[9]; 7. 9$-Kyle Clark, 15.266[10]; 8. 33-Alan Zoutte, 15.480[7]; 9. 7F-Noah Harris, 15.491[8]; 10. 4M-Cameron Martin, NT

The Drivers Project Qualifying 5 (3 Laps): 1. 43M-Mark Smith, 14.677[1]; 2. 24-Garet Williamson, 14.720[5]; 3. 87-Sean McClelland, 14.723[10]; 4. 2J-Zach Blurton, 14.871[6]; 5. 22M-Rees Moran, 15.055[9]; 6. 0-Jake Griffin, 15.335[7]; 7. 93-Taylor Walton, 15.348[4]; 8. 8X-Tony Higgins, 15.389[2]; 9. 12M-Greg Merritt, 15.700[8]; 10. 00-Broc Elliott, NT

The Drivers Project Qualifying 6 (3 Laps): 1. 9JR-Derek Hagar, 14.529[8]; 2. 5D-Zach Daum, 14.770[3]; 3. 2B-Brett Becker, 14.848[10]; 4. 22K-Kaleb Johnson, 14.879[5]; 5. 12-Jeffrey Newell, 14.983[9]; 6. 7M-Chance Morton, 15.150[4]; 7. 187-Landon Crawley, 15.189[6]; 8. 10P-Dylan Postier, 15.252[1]; 9. 15-Jack Potter, 15.263[2]; 10. 99-Blake Jenkins, 15.263[7]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 7 (3 Laps): 1. 51B-Joe B Miller, 14.891[5]; 2. 11-Roger Crockett, 14.915[2]; 3. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 14.931[7]; 4. 13-Chase Howard, 15.164[8]; 5. 17-Alex Sewell, 15.312[4]; 6. 1X-Tim Crawley, 15.466[6]; 7. 44-Ronny Howard, 15.533[9]; 8. 7C-Chris Morgan, 16.063[3]; 9. 97-Kevin Cummings, 16.483[1]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 8 (3 Laps): 1. 84-Scott Bogucki, 14.907[8]; 2. 44P-Jason Howell, 15.201[2]; 3. 47-Dale Howard, 15.240[4]; 4. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 15.319[7]; 5. 4X-Tyler Blank, 15.347[9]; 6. 88-Terry Easum, 15.613[1]; 7. 77-Jack Wagner, 15.930[6]; 8. 15D-Andrew Deal, 16.147[5]; 9. 41-Mackenzie Borchers, 16.321[3]

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Top 16 in Qualifying/Passing Points advance to the A-Feature)

SCE Gaskets Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[1]; 2. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[2]; 3. 22-Riley Goodno[3]; 4. 98P-Miles Paulus[7]; 5. 2-Chase Porter[8]; 6. 31-Casey Wills[5]; 7. 7B-Ben Brown[4]; 8. 86-Timothy Smith[6]; 9. 8M-Kade Morton[9]; 10. 11E-Kyle Edwards[10]

SCE Gaskets Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 91-Michael Day[2]; 2. 97M-Scotty Milan[1]; 3. 14E-Kyle Bellm[8]; 4. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[4]; 5. 1JR-Steven Russell[6]; 6. 9-Chase Randall[3]; 7. G6-Cody Gardner[5]; 8. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[7]; 9. 17F-Chad Frewaldt[9]; 10. 39-Kimberly Tyre[10]

SCE Gaskets Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[3]; 2. 1XX-Jake Bubak[2]; 3. 2C-Wayne Johnson[4]; 4. 22S-Slater Helt[5]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson[6]; 6. 3M-Howard Moore[7]; 7. 8B-Brad Bowden[1]; 8. 21-Gunner Ramey[8]; 9. 50Z-Zach Chappell[9]; 10. 87J-Jace Park[10]

SCE Gaskets Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[6]; 2. 36-Jason Martin[3]; 3. 10-Landon Britt[4]; 4. 9$-Kyle Clark[7]; 5. 19-Wes Wofford[5]; 6. 7F-Noah Harris[9]; 7. 33-Alan Zoutte[8]; 8. 4-Evan Martin[1]; 9. 6-Dustin Gates[2]; 10. 4M-Cameron Martin[10]

SCE Gaskets Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 2J-Zach Blurton[1]; 2. 87-Sean McClelland[2]; 3. 43M-Mark Smith[4]; 4. 24-Garet Williamson[3]; 5. 22M-Rees Moran[5]; 6. 93-Taylor Walton[7]; 7. 0-Jake Griffin[6]; 8. 00-Broc Elliott[10]; 9. 12M-Greg Merritt[9]; 10. 8X-Tony Higgins[8]

SCE Gaskets Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 9JR-Derek Hagar[4]; 2. 22K-Kaleb Johnson[1]; 3. 5D-Zach Daum[3]; 4. 12-Jeffrey Newell[5]; 5. 187-Landon Crawley[7]; 6. 7M-Chance Morton[6]; 7. 2B-Brett Becker[2]; 8. 15-Jack Potter[9]; 9. 99-Blake Jenkins[10]; 10. 10P-Dylan Postier[8]

SCE Gaskets Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 1X-Tim Crawley[6]; 2. 51B-Joe B Miller[4]; 3. 45X-Kyler Johnson[2]; 4. 13-Chase Howard[1]; 5. 11-Roger Crockett[3]; 6. 7C-Chris Morgan[8]; 7. 44-Ronny Howard[7]; 8. 17-Alex Sewell[5]; 9. 97-Kevin Cummings[9]

SCE Gaskets Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 17B-Ryan Bickett[1]; 2. 47-Dale Howard[2]; 3. 84-Scott Bogucki[4]; 4. 4X-Tyler Blank[5]; 5. 88-Terry Easum[6]; 6. 44P-Jason Howell[3]; 7. 15D-Andrew Deal[8]; 8. 77-Jack Wagner[7]; 9. 41-Mackenzie Borchers[9]

BMRS B-Feature (Top 2 in each advance)

BMRS B-Main 1 (12 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[2]; 2. 45X-Kyler Johnson[4]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson[7]; 4. 98P-Miles Paulus[3]; 5. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[1]; 6. 2-Chase Porter[6]; 7. 77-Jack Wagner[15]; 8. 3M-Howard Moore[10]; 9. 8M-Kade Morton[17]; 10. 13-Chase Howard[11]; 11. 4X-Tyler Blank[5]; 12. 87J-Jace Park[19]; 13. 7C-Chris Morgan[9]; 14. 0-Jake Griffin[13]; 15. 4M-Cameron Martin[20]; 16. 99-Blake Jenkins[16]; 17. 19-Wes Wofford[8]; 18. 15-Jack Potter[14]; 19. 41-Mackenzie Borchers[18]; 20. 33-Alan Zoutte[12]; 21. 6-Dustin Gates[21]

BMRS B-Main 2 (12 Laps): 1. 87-Sean McClelland[1]; 2. 24-Garet Williamson[3]; 3. 11-Roger Crockett[6]; 4. 22S-Slater Helt[4]; 5. 2J-Zach Blurton[2]; 6. 21-Gunner Ramey[14]; 7. 97M-Scotty Milan[5]; 8. G6-Cody Gardner[13]; 9. 7M-Chance Morton[11]; 10. 1JR-Steven Russell[7]; 11. 17-Alex Sewell[16]; 12. 10P-Dylan Postier[20]; 13. 15D-Andrew Deal[12]; 14. 22M-Rees Moran[8]; 15. 2B-Brett Becker[15]; 16. 44P-Jason Howell[10]; 17. 17F-Chad Frewaldt[17]; 18. 97-Kevin Cummings[18]; 19. 11E-Kyle Edwards[19]; 20. 4-Evan Martin[21]; 21. 7B-Ben Brown[9]

BMRS B-Main 3 (12 Laps): 1. 22K-Kaleb Johnson[5]; 2. 9-Chase Randall[9]; 3. 47-Dale Howard[1]; 4. 9$-Kyle Clark[3]; 5. 187-Landon Crawley[6]; 6. 31-Casey Wills[11]; 7. 8B-Brad Bowden[18]; 8. 12M-Greg Merritt[17]; 9. 17B-Ryan Bickett[2]; 10. 12-Jeffrey Newell[4]; 11. 50Z-Zach Chappell[16]; 12. 86-Timothy Smith[15]; 13. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[14]; 14. 93-Taylor Walton[10]; 15. 44-Ronny Howard[12]; 16. 88-Terry Easum[7]; 17. 7F-Noah Harris[8]; 18. 00-Broc Elliott[13]; 19. 8X-Tony Higgins[20]; 20. 39-Kimberly Tyre[19]

A-Feature

Lucas Oil A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 1X-Tim Crawley[2]; 2. 9JR-Derek Hagar[6]; 3. 43M-Mark Smith[8]; 4. 51B-Joe B Miller[4]; 5. 2C-Wayne Johnson[1]; 6. 10-Landon Britt[7]; 7. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 8. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[17]; 9. 87-Sean McClelland[18]; 10. 91-Michael Day[10]; 11. 95-Matt Covington[5]; 12. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[12]; 13. 84-Scott Bogucki[9]; 14. 5D-Zach Daum[15]; 15. 36-Jason Martin[11]; 16. 14E-Kyle Bellm[13]; 17. 45X-Kyler Johnson[20]; 18. 9-Chase Randall[22]; 19. 24-Garet Williamson[21]; 20. 22-Riley Goodno[14]; 21. 22K-Kaleb Johnson[19]; 22. 1XX-Jake Bubak[16]; 23. 98P-Miles Paulus[25]; 24. 187-Landon Crawley[24]; 25. 55B-Brandon Anderson[23]

Lap Leader(s): Tim Crawley 1-25

Hard Charger: Sam Hafertepe, Jr. +9

Quick Time: Dylan Westbrook 14.005-seconds (NTR)

High Point Driver: Derek Hagar

Provisional(s): Brandon Anderson (Points); Landon Crawley (Points); Miles Paulus (Regional)

Event Points (as of September 15, 2022)

1. 1X-Tim Crawley-165

2. 9JR-Derek Hagar-162

3. 43M-Mark Smith-153

4. 51B-Joe B. Miller-149

5. 2C-Wayne Johnson-143

6. 10-Landon Britt-140

7. 52-Blake Hahn-134

8. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr-133

9. 87-Sean McClelland-130

10. 91-Michael Day-128

11. 95-Matt Covington-127

12. 47X-Dylan Westbrook-123

13. 84-Scott Bogucki-122

14. 5D-Zach Daum-119

15. 36-Jason Martin-118

16. 45X-Kyler Johnson-112

17. 14E-Kyle Bellm-109

18. 9-Chase Randall-108

19. 24-Garet Williamson-108

20. 22-Riley Goodno-107

21. 1XX-Jake Bubak-105

22. 22K-Kaleb Johnson-105

23. 47-Dale Howard -104

24. 3-Ayrton Gennetten -102

25. 11-Roger Crockett -102

26. 2J-Zach Blurton -102

27. 97M-Scotty Milan -99

28. 22S-Slater Helt -99

29. 55B-Brandon Anderson -98

30. 17B-Ryan Bickett -98

31. 9$-Kyle Clark -97

32. 98P-Miles Paulus -97

33. 31-Casey Wills -95

34. 187-Landon Crawley -95

35. 8B-Brad Bowden -94

36. 13-Chase Howard -94

37. 2-Chase Porter -93

38. 12-Jeffrey Newell -93

39. G6-Cody Gardner -92

40. 4X-Tyler Blank -92

41. 7M-Chance Morton -91

42. 3M-Howard Moore -91

43. 1JR-Steven Russell -91

44. 21-Gunner Ramey -90

45. 77-Jack Wagner -90

46. 17-Alex Sewell -88

47. 44p-Jason Howell -88

48. 22M-Rees Moran -88

49. 2B-Brett Becker -87

50. 12M-Greg Merritt -86

51. 86-Timothy Smith -86

52. 7C-Chris Morgan -85

53. 0-Jake Griffin -85

54. 8M-Kade Morton -85

55. 93-Taylor Walton -85

56. 88-Terry Easum -85

57. 19-Wes Wofford -85

58. 15D-Andrew Deal -84

59. 10C-Jeremy Campbell -84

60. 7B-Ben Brown -83

61. 44-Ronny Howard -83

62. 50Z-Zach Chappell -83

63. 10P-Dylan Postier -82

64. 4-Evan Martin -80

65. 87J-Jace Park -80

66. 7F-Noah Harris -80

67. 6-Dustin Gates -79

68. 33-Alan Zoutte -77

69. 99-Blake Jenkins -77

70. 4M-Cameron Martin -77

71. 17F-Chad Frewaldt -77

72. 15-Jack Potter -77

73. 00-Broc Elliott -76

74. 97-Kevin Cummings -76

75. 41-Mackenzie Borchers -75

76. 8X-Tony Higgins -75

77. 11E-Kyle Edwards -73

78. 39-Kimberly Tyre -72

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Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 4 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park; 7/23 – I-30 Speedway); Tim Crawley – 4 (7/22 – Batesville Motor Speedway; 7/26 – Tulsa Speedway; 9/13 – Clay County Fair Speedway; 9/15 – Lucas Oil Speedway); Derek Hagar – 3 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway; 9/5 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 3 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway; 8/4 – Knoxville Raceway; 9/8 – Lakeside Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 2 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 7/27 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 2 (8/2 – Lakeside Speedway, 9/2 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Matt Covington – 2 (7/1 – Boone County Raceway; 7/28 – 81-Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway, 9/10 – Caney Valley Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 2 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway; 8/6 – Knoxville Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/2 – WaKeeney Speedway); Zach Blurton – 1 (7/3 – WaKeeney Speedway); Gunner Ramey - 1 (7/15 – U.S. 36 Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/5 – Knoxville Raceway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Blake Hahn 3,206; 2. Wayne Johnson 3,124; 3. Tim Crawley 3,074; 4. Matt Covington 3,050; 5. Jason Martin 2,981; 6. Brandon Anderson 2,747; 7. Landon Britt 2,635; 8. Kyler Johnson 2,513; 9. Landon Crawley 2,590 10. Ryan Bickett 2,451; 11. Dylan Postier 2,350; 12. Garet Williamson 2,085; 13. Dylan Westbrook 1,686; 14. Dylan Opdahl 1,685; 15. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 1,261;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**

2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**

2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R)

10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)

10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)

17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)

24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)

36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)

45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)

52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**

55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)

95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)

(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie

** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

Sponsors:

The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

All Champions of the American Sprint Car Series, from National to Regional Tours, will receive a new Superior Steering Wheel (https://superiorsteeringwheel.com). Hard Luck Award provided by Vahlco Wheels.

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour

Clay County Fair Speedway (Spencer, Iowa)

Tuesday, September 13, 2022

Car Count: 26

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn, 14.087[3]; 2. 24T-Christopher Thram, 14.122[5]; 3. 1CC-Clayton Christensen, 14.247[1]; 4. 36-Jason Martin, 14.255[4]; 5. 22-Riley Goodno, 14.485[7]; 6. 5J-Javen Ostermann, 14.606[2]; 7. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 14.646[8]; 8. 187-Landon Crawley, 14.664[9]; 9. 88-Terry Easum, 14.789[6]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 5-Brady Forbrook, 14.170[9]; 2. 99-Bret Tripplett, 14.317[1]; 3. 1X-Tim Crawley, 14.444[7]; 4. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 14.456[6]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 14.481[8]; 6. 10-Landon Britt, 14.868[5]; 7. 18-Tyler Rabenberg, 14.873[4]; 8. 16-Dustin Clark, 15.123[3]; 9. 4W-Matt Wasmund, 15.220[2]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington, 14.373[6]; 2. 35-Skylar Prochaska, 14.460[2]; 3. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 14.620[5]; 4. 44-Chris Martin, 14.626[8]; 5. 05-Jody Rosenboom, 14.726[3]; 6. 10J-Justin Jacobsma, 14.850[1]; 7. 10P-Dylan Postier, 14.950[4]; 8. 91-Andrew Sullivan, 15.473[7]

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Top 16 in Qualifying/Passing Points advance to the A-Feature)

SCE Gaskets Heat 1: 1. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 2. 22-Riley Goodno[5]; 3. 36-Jason Martin[1]; 4. 24T-Christopher Thram[3]; 5. 1CC-Clayton Christensen[2]; 6. 17B-Ryan Bickett[7]; 7. 5J-Javen Ostermann[6]; 8. 187-Landon Crawley[8]; 9. 88-Terry Easum[9]

SCE Gaskets Heat 2: 1. 1X-Tim Crawley[2]; 2. 45X-Kyler Johnson[1]; 3. 10-Landon Britt[6]; 4. 5-Brady Forbrook[4]; 5. 99-Bret Tripplett[3]; 6. 55B-Brandon Anderson[9]; 7. 4W-Matt Wasmund[7]; 8. 16-Dustin Clark[8]; 9. 18-Tyler Rabenberg[5]

SCE Gaskets Heat 3: 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson[2]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 3. 44-Chris Martin[1]; 4. 35-Skylar Prochaska[3]; 5. 05-Jody Rosenboom[5]; 6. 10P-Dylan Postier[7]; 7. 10J-Justin Jacobsma[6]; 8. 91-Andrew Sullivan[8]

BMRS B-Feature (Top 6 advance)

BMRS B-Main 1 (12 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[2]; 2. 10P-Dylan Postier[1]; 3. 187-Landon Crawley[6]; 4. 88-Terry Easum[9]; 5. 18-Tyler Rabenberg[10]; 6. 10J-Justin Jacobsma[4]; 7. 91-Andrew Sullivan[8]; 8. 16-Dustin Clark[7]; 9. 5J-Javen Ostermann[3]; 10. 4W-Matt Wasmund[5]

A-Feature

Lucas Oil A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 1X-Tim Crawley[2]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 3. 2C-Wayne Johnson[1]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[3]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson[6]; 6. 10-Landon Britt[8]; 7. 24T-Christopher Thram[9]; 8. 44-Chris Martin[12]; 9. 36-Jason Martin[11]; 10. 22-Riley Goodno[5]; 11. 55B-Brandon Anderson[17]; 12. 187-Landon Crawley[19]; 13. 17B-Ryan Bickett[16]; 14. 10P-Dylan Postier[18]; 15. 35-Skylar Prochaska[10]; 16. 88-Terry Easum[20]; 17. 99-Bret Tripplett[13]; 18. 05-Jody Rosenboom[14]; 19. 5-Brady Forbrook[7]; 20. 1CC-Clayton Christensen[15]; 21. 18-Tyler Rabenberg[21]; 22. 10J-Justin Jacobsma[22]

Lap Leader(s): Tim Crawley 1-25

Hard Charger: Landon Crawley +7

Quick Time: Blake Hahn 14.087-seconds (NTR)

High Point Driver: Blake Hahn

Provisional(s): N/A


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Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 4 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park; 7/23 – I-30 Speedway); Derek Hagar – 3 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway; 9/5 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 3 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway; 8/4 – Knoxville Raceway; 9/8 – Lakeside Speedway); Tim Crawley – 3 (7/22 – Batesville Motor Speedway; 7/26 – Tulsa Speedway; 9/13 – Clay County Fair Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 2 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 7/27 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 2 (8/2 – Lakeside Speedway, 9/2 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Matt Covington – 2 (7/1 – Boone County Raceway; 7/28 – 81-Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway, 9/10 – Caney Valley Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 2 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway; 8/6 – Knoxville Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/2 – WaKeeney Speedway); Zach Blurton – 1 (7/3 – WaKeeney Speedway); Gunner Ramey - 1 (7/15 – U.S. 36 Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/5 – Knoxville Raceway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Blake Hahn 3,087; 2. Wayne Johnson 2,999; 3. Matt Covington 2,942; 4. Tim Crawley 2,924; 5. Jason Martin 2,881; 6. Brandon Anderson 2,682; 7. Landon Crawley 2,525; 8. Landon Britt 2,513; 9. Kyler Johnson 2,513; 10. Ryan Bickett 2,386; 11. Dylan Postier 2,285; 12. Garet Williamson 1,993; 13. Dylan Opdahl 1,685; 14. Dylan Westbrook 1,580 15. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 1,145;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**

2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**

2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R)

10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)

10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)

17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)

24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)

36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)

45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)

52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**

55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)

95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)

(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie

** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

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The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

All Champions of the American Sprint Car Series, from National to Regional Tours, will receive a new Superior Steering Wheel (https://superiorsteeringwheel.com). Hard Luck Award provided by Vahlco Wheels.

 

 

It’s a Blue Ribbon Showing For Tim Crawley At Clay County Fair Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – SPENCER, Iowa (September 13, 2022) Elevating his win total to 49 with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, Tim Crawley held on for victory at Iowa’s Clay County Fair Speedway during Tuesday’s Deberg Concrete Battle of the Blue Ribbon.

Wheeling the Ronnie Pitts Motorsports No. 1x from the right of the front row, Crawley outdueled fellow tour veteran Wayne Johnson through the first two turns.

Chased on the cushion by Blake Hahn, the No. 52 traded the runner-up spot with Wayne Johnson through three and four. Able to run under the No. 2c, Blake went to work running down Crawley.

Slowed working Lap 4, the race resumed with Johnson again going after the runner-up position. This time in one and two, the result was Hahn, again, able to turn under for silver.

Into traffic with 10 laps complete, Crawley went to work on the back markers with Hahn looming. Into the mix a couple of laps later, all it was going to take was one mistake to shuffle the podium. Keeping the pair at bay, Crawley used slower cars to his inside as rolling roadblocks to put distance back on his pursuers.

Easing down the track to the middle groove as the race worked to the final seven laps, the shift in line opened the door for Hahn.

Shooting to the curb off the second turn, Blake pulled nearly even with Tim for the lead, but a slip of the right rear off the backstretch allowed the No. 1x the breathing room needed to land his third victory of the season and first National Tour triumph in the state of Iowa.

On the run through traffic, Crawley said, “I wasn’t sure if it was going to take any rubber, but it did, and when I caught that first lapped car, I kept thinking was all it’s going to take is one bobble, and I knew someone was on me. The line was so thin; you’d be in the dust, so when Blake run up beside me, I had to get my elbows up.”

Winning by 0.667-seconds over Hahn, the show position went to Wayne Johnson for his 171st podium finish. Matt Covington crossed fourth with Kyler Johnson fifth. Landon Britt crossed sixth, followed by Minnesota’s Christopher Thram. Eighth to Chris Martin, ninth to Jason Martin, with Iowa’s Riley Goodno making up the top ten.

Tuesday’s field consisted of 26 competitors. SCE Gaskets Heat Races were topped by Blake Hahn, Tim Crawley, and Wayne Johnson. The BMRS B-Feature went to Brandon Anderson, who spent the first part of the night dealing with engine issues. The overall quick time was Blake Hahn at 14.087-seconds to establish the ASCS Track Record at Clay County Fair Speedway.

Up next, the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network and ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps invade Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Mo. for the $10,000 to win, Jesse Hockett/Daniel McMillin Memorial, happening September 15, 16, and 17. Information, tickets, and directions are online at http://www.lucasoilspeedway.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour

Clay County Fair Speedway (Spencer, Iowa)

Tuesday, September 13, 2022

Car Count: 26

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn, 14.087[3]; 2. 24T-Christopher Thram, 14.122[5]; 3. 1CC-Clayton Christensen, 14.247[1]; 4. 36-Jason Martin, 14.255[4]; 5. 22-Riley Goodno, 14.485[7]; 6. 5J-Javen Ostermann, 14.606[2]; 7. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 14.646[8]; 8. 187-Landon Crawley, 14.664[9]; 9. 88-Terry Easum, 14.789[6]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 5-Brady Forbrook, 14.170[9]; 2. 99-Bret Tripplett, 14.317[1]; 3. 1X-Tim Crawley, 14.444[7]; 4. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 14.456[6]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 14.481[8]; 6. 10-Landon Britt, 14.868[5]; 7. 18-Tyler Rabenberg, 14.873[4]; 8. 16-Dustin Clark, 15.123[3]; 9. 4W-Matt Wasmund, 15.220[2]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington, 14.373[6]; 2. 35-Skylar Prochaska, 14.460[2]; 3. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 14.620[5]; 4. 44-Chris Martin, 14.626[8]; 5. 05-Jody Rosenboom, 14.726[3]; 6. 10J-Justin Jacobsma, 14.850[1]; 7. 10P-Dylan Postier, 14.950[4]; 8. 91-Andrew Sullivan, 15.473[7]

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Top 16 in Qualifying/Passing Points advance to the A-Feature)

SCE Gaskets Heat 1: 1. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 2. 22-Riley Goodno[5]; 3. 36-Jason Martin[1]; 4. 24T-Christopher Thram[3]; 5. 1CC-Clayton Christensen[2]; 6. 17B-Ryan Bickett[7]; 7. 5J-Javen Ostermann[6]; 8. 187-Landon Crawley[8]; 9. 88-Terry Easum[9]

SCE Gaskets Heat 2: 1. 1X-Tim Crawley[2]; 2. 45X-Kyler Johnson[1]; 3. 10-Landon Britt[6]; 4. 5-Brady Forbrook[4]; 5. 99-Bret Tripplett[3]; 6. 55B-Brandon Anderson[9]; 7. 4W-Matt Wasmund[7]; 8. 16-Dustin Clark[8]; 9. 18-Tyler Rabenberg[5]

SCE Gaskets Heat 3: 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson[2]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 3. 44-Chris Martin[1]; 4. 35-Skylar Prochaska[3]; 5. 05-Jody Rosenboom[5]; 6. 10P-Dylan Postier[7]; 7. 10J-Justin Jacobsma[6]; 8. 91-Andrew Sullivan[8]

BMRS B-Feature (Top 6 advance)

BMRS B-Main 1 (12 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[2]; 2. 10P-Dylan Postier[1]; 3. 187-Landon Crawley[6]; 4. 88-Terry Easum[9]; 5. 18-Tyler Rabenberg[10]; 6. 10J-Justin Jacobsma[4]; 7. 91-Andrew Sullivan[8]; 8. 16-Dustin Clark[7]; 9. 5J-Javen Ostermann[3]; 10. 4W-Matt Wasmund[5]

A-Feature

Lucas Oil A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 1X-Tim Crawley[2]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 3. 2C-Wayne Johnson[1]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[3]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson[6]; 6. 10-Landon Britt[8]; 7. 24T-Christopher Thram[9]; 8. 44-Chris Martin[12]; 9. 36-Jason Martin[11]; 10. 22-Riley Goodno[5]; 11. 55B-Brandon Anderson[17]; 12. 187-Landon Crawley[19]; 13. 17B-Ryan Bickett[16]; 14. 10P-Dylan Postier[18]; 15. 35-Skylar Prochaska[10]; 16. 88-Terry Easum[20]; 17. 99-Bret Tripplett[13]; 18. 05-Jody Rosenboom[14]; 19. 5-Brady Forbrook[7]; 20. 1CC-Clayton Christensen[15]; 21. 18-Tyler Rabenberg[21]; 22. 10J-Justin Jacobsma[22]

Lap Leader(s): Tim Crawley 1-25

Hard Charger: Landon Crawley +7

Quick Time: Blake Hahn 14.087-seconds (NTR)

High Point Driver: Blake Hahn

Provisional(s): N/A


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Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 4 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park; 7/23 – I-30 Speedway); Derek Hagar – 3 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway; 9/5 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 3 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway; 8/4 – Knoxville Raceway; 9/8 – Lakeside Speedway); Tim Crawley – 3 (7/22 – Batesville Motor Speedway; 7/26 – Tulsa Speedway; 9/13 – Clay County Fair Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 2 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 7/27 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 2 (8/2 – Lakeside Speedway, 9/2 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Matt Covington – 2 (7/1 – Boone County Raceway; 7/28 – 81-Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway, 9/10 – Caney Valley Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 2 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway; 8/6 – Knoxville Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/2 – WaKeeney Speedway); Zach Blurton – 1 (7/3 – WaKeeney Speedway); Gunner Ramey - 1 (7/15 – U.S. 36 Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/5 – Knoxville Raceway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Blake Hahn 3,087; 2. Wayne Johnson 2,999; 3. Matt Covington 2,942; 4. Tim Crawley 2,924; 5. Jason Martin 2,881; 6. Brandon Anderson 2,682; 7. Landon Crawley 2,525; 8. Landon Britt 2,513; 9. Kyler Johnson 2,513; 10. Ryan Bickett 2,386; 11. Dylan Postier 2,285; 12. Garet Williamson 1,993; 13. Dylan Opdahl 1,685; 14. Dylan Westbrook 1,580 15. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 1,145;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**

2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**

2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R)

10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)

10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)

17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)

24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)

36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)

45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)

52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**

55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)

95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)

(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie

** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

Sponsors:

The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

All Champions of the American Sprint Car Series, from National to Regional Tours, will receive a new Superior Steering Wheel (https://superiorsteeringwheel.com). Hard Luck Award provided by Vahlco Wheels.

 

 

Tankersley takes ASCS Frontier season finale at Big Sky
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

BILLINGS, Mont. - The Brodix ASCS Frontier Region sprint car series closed out its tenth season of competition with its tenth different winner this season, as Houston, Texas visitor Channin Tankersley picked up the season finale Saturday night at Big Sky Speedway.

Tankersley, a former ASCS Gulf South Region champion who had never raced at Big Sky Speedway before Saturday night, dominated and led every lap but the first aboard the Michael Hayashi No. 12h Kannady-powered Maxim. Tankersley started on the outside of the front row and took the lead on the start from pole sitter Phil Dietz. Dietz challenged Tankersley early on, leading the opening lap by a small margin, and then kept pace with Tankersley for a time. Tankersley though was too strong and eventually pulled away in a race that went caution-free.

It was at first a repeat of Friday's event at Gallatin Speedway where Dietz and Tankersley battled it out for the lead, but it was Dietz who won. This time, Tankersley bested one of Montana's all-time greats. With the race going non-stop, Tankersley lapped every but the top five finishers.

With a runner-up finish on Friday and a win Saturday, it was a very successful weekend for Tankersley, who expressed his desire to come back and race at least once in Montana next season.

Dietz backed up his Friday win at Gallatin Speedway with a second place run aboard the Dietz Racing No. 72 Panella-powered Maxim. After losing the lead to Tankersley on Lap 2, the five-time sprint car champion ran second the rest of the race and was never threatened for the position. With two wins on the season, Dietz secured fourth place in the ASCS Frontier Region points standings despite missing three events.

Coaldale, Alberta's Kelly Miller finished third aboard the KDM Motorsports No. 2jr AMS-powered EMi, and secured third place in the points standings, just 23 points back of Great Falls, Montana driver Kory Wermling, who finished fifth in the race behind New Mexico visitor Johnny Herrera, who was driving for local car owner - and Big Sky Speedway owner - Jerry Brey.

Ian Myers of Great Falls locked up Rookie of the Year honors, finishing fifth in the points, and the 16-year-old had one of his finest runs of his debut season in 360 sprint cars, finishing sixth in the season finale.

Chris Williams from Texas finished seventh. Billings driver Josh Ostermiller earned the hard charger nod as he drove from 12th to finish eighth on his home track. Abraham Hernandez finished ninth, a spot ahead of his father Willie Hernandez.

Trever Kirkland of Helena, Montana had his championship season end with a DNF. Kirkland had already clinched his second sprint car title Friday night at Gallatin Speedway, and on Saturday was merely racing for pride and perhaps another win. Kirkland, however, was experiencing fuel issues in the early laps of the main event, in which he started fourth. Not needing the points and therefore not needing to press on, Kirkland elected to exit the race track.

Kirkland finished 162-points ahead of Wermling in the final standings. A former champion of the Big Sky Sprints, a predecessor to the current series, Kirkland's first title under the ASCS banner comes abord the Kirkland Racing No. 37 Shark-powered Maxim. Despite the final race ending on a low note, Kirkland celebrated with his team post-race and received congratulations from his fellow competitors.

Heat races earlier in the evening were won by Dietz and Wermling. Dietz's win came from the sixth starting position in a dominating run. Also in a repeat of Friday's show at Gallatin Speedway, Dietz defeated Tankersley in the final round to win the pole shuffle and secure the pole position for the main event.

Plans for the 2022 season banquet are underway, and work is already being done on the 2023 racing season for the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region sprint car tour.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with news and info on the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour and other ASCS regional tours, can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

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Brodix ASCS Frontier Region
Season Finale
Big Sky Speedway
Billings, MT
September 10, 2022

Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. 72 Phil Dietz, 2. 2jr Kelly Miller, 3. 37 Trever Kirkland, 4. 1m Willie Hernandez, 5. 2x Mike Manwill, 6. 12 Josh Ostermiller, 7. 81 Darren Smith.

Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. 9k Kory Wermling, 2. 12h Channin Tankersley, 3. 17j Johnny Herrera, 4. 24m Ian Myers, 5. 63 Chris Williams, 6. 2m Abraham Hernandez.

Pole Shuffle: 12h Channin Tankersley d. 37 Trever Kirkland in Round 1. 12h Tankersley d. 2jr Kelly Miller in Round 2. 72 Phil Dietz d. 12h Tankersley in Final Round.

Feature (25 laps): 1. 12h Channin Tankersley, 2. 72 Phil Dietz, 3. 2jr Kelly Miller, 4. 17j Johnny Herrera, 5. 9k Kory Wermling, 6. 24m Ian Myers, 7. 63 Chris Williams, 8. 12 Josh Ostermiller, 9. 2m Abraham Hernandez, 10. 1m Willie Hernandez, 11. 2x Mike Manwill, 12. 37 Trever Kirkland, DNS - 81 Darren Smith.

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2022 ASCS Frontier Region feature winners

May 20 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage)
May 21 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage)
May 27 - Trever Kirkland at Electric City Speedway
May 28 - James Setters at Electric City Speedway
June 10 - Colby Thornhill at Gallatin Speedway
June 11 - Colby Thornhill at Big Sky Speedway
July 1 - Phil Dietz at Gallatin Speedway
July 3 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out)
July 4 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out)
July 15 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 16 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 29 - Kory Wermling at Gallatin Speedway
July 30 - Trever Kirkland at Big Sky Speedway
August 12 - Nick Haygood at Sweetwater Speedway
August 13 - Trever Kirkland at Sweetwater Speedway
August 19 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
August 20 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
September 2 - Trever Kirkland at Electric City Speedway
September 3 - Tyler Driever at Electric City Speedway
September 4 - Joe Perry at Electric City Speedway
September 9 - Phil Dietz at Gallatin Speedway
September 10 - Channin Tankersley at Big Sky Speedway

 

 

Seth Bergman Leads The Way In Rain Shortened Feature At Caney Valley Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – CANEY, Kan. (September 10, 2022) Despite the lack of Victory Lane celebrations due to rain on Saturday night, there was no doubt who the driver to beat was at Caney Valley Speedway, as Washington’s Seth Bergman put his Evergreen Coffee Co. No. 23 to the point, and never looked back in the rain-shortened, $4,000 to win Sooner/Shocker Showdown with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network.

Seth’s second National Tour win of the season, the victory is his first at Caney Valley Speedway and elevates him to 16 overall wins with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network. He is now tied with Mike Ward and Matt Covington for 15th in overall wins.

Getting the lead over Matt Covington at the mid-point of the backstretch on Lap 1, the No. 23 operated the top of the quarter-mile oval through the first 10 revolutions before adjusting to the middle through the third and fourth turns while maintaining his run on the cushion in turns one and two.

Keeping up over a few very light sprinkles, caution on Lap 8 was followed by another slowdown on Lap 12 as drivers tussled with the cushion in turn two. The mid-point of the feature needed for an official race, in this case, Lap 13, the field made it just past that before the red lights came on for Tim Crawley, who tipped to his side.

Back to green, the race ultimately found its conclusion working Lap 16 when Brandon Anderson came to a stop facing the wrong way off the fourth turn after contact with Jason Martin.

At that point, the rate of rainfall became too much, and officials were forced to call the race. As only half the field made it to the line before the final caution flew, the race was official, with 15 laps completed.

Holding to the hub of the quarter-mile, Matt Covington held off several attempts by Blake Hahn for the runner-up spot. Operating a new car after a flip in regional competition at Creek County Speedway a couple of weeks ago, Tulsa’s Jeffrey Newell held on for fourth with Landon Crawley fifth.

Jeremy Campbell crossed sixth, with Sean McClelland working to seventh. Wayne Johnson was eighth, followed by Jake Bubak from 18th. Having to race his way in through the B-Feature, Jason Martin advanced ten positions to complete the top ten.

The 28-car field broke into a trio of SCE Gaskets Heat Races, with wins going to Jeffrey Newell, Jeremy Campbell, and Landon Crawley. The BMRS B-Feature was topped by Kyler Johnson. The Driver’s Project quick qualifier was Seth Bergman, with a time of 12.027-seconds.

Next on the docket is the $3,000 to win, $400 to start, Battle of the Blue Ribbon at Clay County Fair Speedway in Spencer, Iowa, on Tuesday, September 13, then the $10,000 to win, Hockett/McMillin Memorial at Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Mo. on September 15, 16, and 17.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour

ASCS Sooner Region

Caney Valley Speedway (Caney, Kan.)

Saturday, September 10, 2022

Car Count: 28

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman, 12.027[1]; 2. 27B-Jake Bubak, 12.120[8]; 3. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 12.206[3]; 4. 12-Jeffrey Newell, 12.412[9]; 5. 10P-Dylan Postier, 12.489[5]; 6. 31-Casey Wills, 12.584[7]; 7. 90-Lance Norick, 12.635[10]; 8. 88-Terry Easum, 12.776[6]; 9. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 12.919[2]; 10. (DNS) 97-Kevin Cummings, NT

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 87-Sean McClelland, 12.165[5]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, 12.302[8]; 3. 1X-Tim Crawley, 12.413[3]; 4. 10C-Jeremy Campbell, 12.476[2]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 12.484[4]; 6. 36-Jason Martin, 12.616[7]; 7. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 12.739[1]; 8. 17F-Chad Frewaldt, 13.307[6]; 9. 42-Grady Mercer, 13.307[9]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn, 12.706[6]; 2. 95-Matt Covington, 12.735[5]; 3. 26M-Fred Mattox, 12.743[3]; 4. 187-Landon Crawley, 12.784[2]; 5. 10-Landon Britt, 12.839[7]; 6. 24-Ty Hulsey, 13.332[8]; 7. 17-Waylon Weaver, 13.405[4]; 8. 15D-Andrew Deal, 13.465[9]; 9. 91-Justin Fine, 14.223[1]

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Top 16 in Qualifying/Passing Points advance to the A-Feature)

SCE Gaskets Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 12-Jeffrey Newell[1]; 2. 2C-Wayne Johnson[2]; 3. 23-Seth Bergman[4]; 4. 10P-Dylan Postier[5]; 5. 88-Terry Easum[8]; 6. 90-Lance Norick[7]; 7. 27B-Jake Bubak[3]; 8. 31-Casey Wills[6]; 9. 17B-Ryan Bickett[9]; 10. (DNS) 97-Kevin Cummings

SCE Gaskets Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[1]; 2. 1X-Tim Crawley[2]; 3. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[3]; 4. 87-Sean McClelland[4]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson[7]; 6. 45X-Kyler Johnson[5]; 7. 17F-Chad Frewaldt[8]; 8. 36-Jason Martin[6]; 9. 42-Grady Mercer[9]

SCE Gaskets Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 187-Landon Crawley[1]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[3]; 3. 52-Blak

BMRS B-Feature (Top 6 advance)

BMRS B-Main (12 Laps): 1. 45X-Kyler Johnson[2]; 2. 27B-Jake Bubak[5]; 3. 15D-Andrew Deal[4]; 4. 36-Jason Martin[8]; 5. 17F-Chad Frewaldt[3]; 6. 17B-Ryan Bickett[9]; 7. 17-Waylon Weaver[6]; 8. 42-Grady Mercer[10]; 9. 91-Justin Fine[11]; 10. 24-Ty Hulsey[1]; 11. 31-Casey Wills[7]; 12. 97-Kevin Cummings[12]

A-Feature

Lucas Oil A-Main (15 of 25 officially completed due to rain): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[2]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 4. 12-Jeffrey Newell[4]; 5. 187-Landon Crawley[6]; 6. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[5]; 7. 87-Sean McClelland[10]; 8. 2C-Wayne Johnson[7]; 9. 27B-Jake Bubak[18]; 10. 36-Jason Martin[20]; 11. 88-Terry Easum[12]; 12. 17F-Chad Frewaldt[21]; 13. 45X-Kyler Johnson[17]; 14. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[9]; 15. 10-Landon Britt[15]; 16. 26M-Fred Mattox[14]; 17. 17B-Ryan Bickett[22]; 18. 90-Lance Norick[16]; 19. 55B-Brandon Anderson[13]; 20. 1X-Tim Crawley[8]; 21. 15D-Andrew Deal[19]; 22. 10P-Dylan Postier[11]

Lap Leader(s): Seth Bergman 1-15

Hard Charger: Jason Martin +10

Quick Time: Seth Bergman 12.027-seconds

High Point Driver: Matt Covington

Provisional(s): N/A

ASCS Online:

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Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com

Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 4 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park; 7/23 – I-30 Speedway); Derek Hagar – 3 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway; 9/5 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 3 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway; 8/4 – Knoxville Raceway; 9/8 – Lakeside Speedway); Tim Crawley – 2 (7/22 – Batesville Motor Speedway; 7/26 – Tulsa Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 2 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 7/27 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 2 (8/2 – Lakeside Speedway, 9/2 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Matt Covington – 2 (7/1 – Boone County Raceway; 7/28 – 81-Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway, 9/10 – Caney Valley Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 2 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway; 8/6 – Knoxville Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/2 – WaKeeney Speedway); Zach Blurton – 1 (7/3 – WaKeeney Speedway); Gunner Ramey - 1 (7/15 – U.S. 36 Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/5 – Knoxville Raceway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Blake Hahn 2,945; 2. Wayne Johnson 2,864; 3. Matt Covington 2,812; 4. Tim Crawley 2,774; 5. Jason Martin 2,768; 6. Brandon Anderson 2,574; 7. Landon Crawley 2,419; 8. Landon Britt 2,391; 9. Kyler Johnson 2,388; 10. Ryan Bickett 2,282; 11. Dylan Postier 2,183; 12. Garet Williamson 1,993; 13. Dylan Opdahl 1,685; 14. Dylan Westbrook 1,580 15. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 1,145;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**

2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**

2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R)

10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)

10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)

17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)

24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)

36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)

45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)

52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**

55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)

95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)

(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie

** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

 

 

Hafertepe Dominates At Lakeside With The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series

Bryan Hulbert – KANSAS CITY, Kan. (September 8, 2022) Thursday night at Lakeside Speedway was all about Sam Hafertepe, Jr., as the driver of the Hills Racing/Heidbreder Foundation No. 15 dominated the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network.

Leading flag to flag for his third National Tour score of the season, and 61st since 2010, the win makes Hafertepe the first repeat winner with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series in eight tour appearances at the Kansas oval.

“It’s fun to get on big tracks like this where we can get on the wall and race like that,” said Sam, who is third all-time in wins with the National Tour.

“We’re still working on the car. We were trying a left rear shock package tonight that is different from what we normally run, but luckily, we were able to work out front and get the win, but we still have some work to do when we’re not in clean air. We always want to be better, and without Miles [Hill] and everyone who helps us, we couldn’t do this.”

Battling through the opening lap with Matt Covington, the No. 15h found his stride quickly to begin pulling away. Into traffic in the first seven laps, Sam was quick to move on the slower machines as the battle for second began to pick up between Matt Covington and Dylan Westbrook.

Able to work back to silver on the No. 47x, the race for second turned into a three-car battle with the No. 24 of Garet Williamson into the mix. Cat and Mouse through traffic until Lap 20; red lights came on as Westbrook slipped through the cushion in the first turn and flipped violently into the fence. Dylan was able to walk away as the track went under an open red to repair the fence.

Restarting at the last fully completed lap, the green flew with 19 in the books.

Using slower cars in the lineup to his advantage, Hafertepe was quick to run away as the race for second picked up where it left off, but with a new contender as Jason Martin pursued the position.

Unstoppable to a 7.513-second advantage for Hafertepe at the finish, it was Garet Williamson who came out on top of the race for second. Making the pass on Covington on Lap 23, the No. 24 was followed by Jason Martin for his 13th career podium finish. Matt Covington ended up fourth, with Wayne Johnson battling his way to fifth after starting eleventh.

Riley Goodno crossed sixth, with Blake Hahn moving from 12th to seventh. Jake Bubak, after suffering a flat in his Heat that relegated him to 19th on the grid, advanced to eighth, with Chris Martin ninth from 13th. Making a run after the restart, Ryan Bickett improved to 10th from 16th.

The 23-car field broke into a trio of SCE Gaskets Heat Races. Wins went to Sam Hafertepe, Jr., Jason Martin, and Dylan Westbrook. The Driver’s Project overall quick qualifier was Jake Bubak, who set a new ASCS Track Record at 14.560-seconds. The previous record was established on August 2, 2022, by Blake Hahn at 15.023-seconds.

The next event for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network is Saturday, September 10, at Caney Valley Speedway for the Sooner/Shocker Showdown.

Featuring fireworks following the races, the night is co-sanctioned with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley's Racing Products and will also include Factory Stocks, Pure Stocks, and USRA Tuners. Pits will be open during the day for teams to pull in. Grandstands open at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for seniors, and free for kids 12 and under. Pits are $40. Caney Valley Speedway is located at CR 1300 in Caney, Kan. More info on the Speedway can be found at http://www.caneyvalleyspeedway.net or by calling the track at (620) 330-0485.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour

ASCS Warrior Region

Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, Kan.)

Thursday, September 8, 2022

Car Count: 23

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 27B-Jake Bubak, 14.560[5]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, 14.561[6]; 3. 95-Matt Covington, 14.583[3]; 4. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 14.588[1]; 5. 52-Blake Hahn, 14.636[7]; 6. 44-Chris Martin, 14.911[4]; 7. 187-Landon Crawley, 15.187[2]; 8. (DNS) 21-Gunner Ramey, NT

SCE Gaskets Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin[4]; 2. 24-Garet Williamson[2]; 3. 22-Riley Goodno[3]; 4. 98P-Miles Paulus[6]; 5. 2-Chase Porter[1]; 6. 17B-Ryan Bickett[7]; 7. 10-Landon Britt[5]; 8. 10P-Dylan Postier[8]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook, 14.871[4]; 2. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 14.936[2]; 3. 1X-Tim Crawley, 15.085[7]; 4. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 15.279[1]; 5. 53-Joe Beaver, 15.408[5]; 6. 16-Dustin Clark, 15.652[3]; 7. 17F-Chad Frewaldt, 16.494[6]

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (All drivers advance to the A-Feature)

SCE Gaskets Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[3]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 3. 2C-Wayne Johnson[1]; 4. 52-Blake Hahn[5]; 5. 44-Chris Martin[6]; 6. 187-Landon Crawley[7]; 7. 21-Gunner Ramey[8]; 8. 27B-Jake Bubak[4]

SCE Gaskets Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin[4]; 2. 24-Garet Williamson[2]; 3. 22-Riley Goodno[3]; 4. 98P-Miles Paulus[6]; 5. 2-Chase Porter[1]; 6. 17B-Ryan Bickett[7]; 7. 10-Landon Britt[5]; 8. 10P-Dylan Postier[8]

SCE Gaskets Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[4]; 2. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 3. 1X-Tim Crawley[2]; 4. 45X-Kyler Johnson[3]; 5. 53-Joe Beaver[5]; 6. 16-Dustin Clark[6]; 7. 17F-Chad Frewaldt[7]

A-Feature

Lucas Oil A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[2]; 2. 24-Garet Williamson[5]; 3. 36-Jason Martin[4]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 5. 2C-Wayne Johnson[11]; 6. 22-Riley Goodno[6]; 7. 52-Blake Hahn[12]; 8. 27B-Jake Bubak[19]; 9. 44-Chris Martin[13]; 10. 17B-Ryan Bickett[16]; 11. 98P-Miles Paulus[9]; 12. 1X-Tim Crawley[8]; 13. 45X-Kyler Johnson[10]; 14. 55B-Brandon Anderson[7]; 15. 187-Landon Crawley[15]; 16. 2-Chase Porter[17]; 17. 53-Joe Beaver[14]; 18. 10P-Dylan Postier[22]; 19. 21-Gunner Ramey[23]; 20. 10-Landon Britt[21]; 21. 16-Dustin Clark[18]; 22. 17F-Chad Frewaldt[20]; 23. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[3]

Lap Leader(s): Sam Hafertepe, Jr, 1-25

Hard Charger: Jake Bubak +11

Quick Time: Jake Bubak -14.560-seconds (NTR)

High Point Driver: Jason Martin

Provisional(s): N/A

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs]

Instagram: LucasOilASCS

Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com

Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 4 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park; 7/23 – I-30 Speedway); Derek Hagar – 3 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway; 9/5 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 3 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway; 8/4 – Knoxville Raceway; 9/8 – Lakeside Speedway); Tim Crawley – 2 (7/22 – Batesville Motor Speedway; 7/26 – Tulsa Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 2 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 7/27 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 2 (8/2 – Lakeside Speedway, 9/2 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Matt Covington – 2 (7/1 – Boone County Raceway; 7/28 – 81-Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 2 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway; 8/6 – Knoxville Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/2 – WaKeeney Speedway); Zach Blurton – 1 (7/3 – WaKeeney Speedway); Gunner Ramey - 1 (7/15 – U.S. 36 Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/5 – Knoxville Raceway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Blake Hahn 2,810; 2. Wayne Johnson 2,748; 3. Tim Crawley 2,684; 4. Matt Covington 2,670; 5. Jason Martin 2,658; 6. Brandon Anderson 2,482; 7. Landon Crawley 2,294; 8. Landon Britt 2,291; 9. Kyler Johnson 2,284; 10. Ryan Bickett 2,186; 11. Dylan Postier 2,095; 12. Garet Williamson 1,993; 13. Dylan Opdahl 1,685; 14. Dylan Westbrook 1,580 15. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 1,043

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**

2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**

2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R)

10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)

10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)

17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)

24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)

36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)

45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)

52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**

55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)

95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)

(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie

** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

 

 

ASCS Frontier wraps up 2022 with Gallatin, Big Sky races
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

The Brodix ASCS Frontier Region sprint car series completes its tenth year of competition with two races this weekend in Montana. Gallatin Speedway in Belgrade hosts the series on Friday night as part of its annual Big Sky Supernationals before Big Sky Speedway in Billings hosts the season finale on Saturday.

Trever Kirkland of Helena, Montana holds a 176-point lead going into the weekend. A finish of fifth place or better on Friday will clinch Kirkland's second sprint car championship and first under the ASCS banner. Kirkland, however, has frequently stated that he's more focused on winning races than focusing on points. With four wins under his belt this season, including last Friday at Electric City Speedway, Kirkland has two more opportunities to add to his season total, and he has past success at both tracks this weekend.

While a distant longshot for the championship, Kory Wermling looks to score a second victory on the season Friday at the track where he won the last time the series visited on July 29th. Both of the Great Falls, Montana driver's ASCS Frontier Region sprint car triumphs have come at Gallatin Speedway. Meanwhile, after earning a pair of runner-up finishes and another Top 5 finish at the Montana Roundup at Electric City Speedway, Alberta's Kelly Miller is in third place in the points and within striking distance of Wermling for second place, but is also looking to score a victory before the season ends. Miller has also won at both Gallatin and Big Sky in his career.

Despite missing a handful of races, including due to motor problems early on, Phil Dietz sits fourth in the series points and looks to end the year on a high note. Dietz has one win this season, coming at Gallatin Speedway on July 1st. Dietz won last year's season finale at Big Sky Speedway also. Great Falls driver Ian Myers looks to lock up top rookie honors also as the 16-year-old currently sits fifth in the points standings.

Friday's show at Gallatin Speedway has racing scheduled for 7:00 p.m. Mountain Time. The ASCS Frontier Region sprint cars will be joined by IMCA modifieds, WISSOTA super stocks and WISSOTA street stocks on the card that night. Tickets are $18 for adults, $16 for juniors and seniors, and kids 12 and under are in for free.

Saturday's finale at Big Sky Speedway sees WISSOTA Midwest Modifieds, IMCA sport compacts and INEX Legends joining the ASCS Frontier Region sprint cars. Tickets are $20 for adults and kids over 60" tall, $15 for seniors and veterans, and as is tradition at Big Sky Speedway kids under 60" tall are in for free. Racing begins at 7:00 p.m.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with news and info on the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour and other ASCS regional tours, can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

September 9
Big Sky Supernationals
Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT

September 10
ASCS Frontier Region Season Finale
Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

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2022 ASCS Frontier Region feature winners

May 20 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage)
May 21 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage)
May 27 - Trever Kirkland at Electric City Speedway
May 28 - James Setters at Electric City Speedway
June 10 - Colby Thornhill at Gallatin Speedway
June 11 - Colby Thornhill at Big Sky Speedway
July 1 - Phil Dietz at Gallatin Speedway
July 3 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out)
July 4 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out)
July 15 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 16 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 29 - Kory Wermling at Gallatin Speedway
July 30 - Trever Kirkland at Big Sky Speedway
August 12 - Nick Haygood at Sweetwater Speedway
August 13 - Trever Kirkland at Sweetwater Speedway
August 19 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
August 20 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
September 2 - Trever Kirkland at Electric City Speedway
September 3 - Tyler Driever at Electric City Speedway
September 4 - Joe Perry at Electric City Speedway

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ASCS Racing
www.ascsracing.com

Stagg Motor Sports
www.staggmotorsports.com

 

 

Lakeside And Caney Valley Speedway Next For Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series

Bryan Hulbert – KANSAS CITY, Kan. (September 7, 2022) NASCAR Weekend in Kansas City is not complete without a little dirt, and the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network is set to serve it up on Thursday, September 8 at Lakeside Speedway.

Roughly eight miles from Kansas Speedway, the Thursday showdown is part of a two-night run through the state of Kansas, with both happening only minutes from start boundaries. Rolling southwest from the half-mile oval, the series will take on Caney Valley Speedway in Caney, Kan. on Saturday, September 10, which is just north of the Oklahoma line.

The second time the tour will visit Lakeside Speedway this year, the August visit saw a thrilling last corner pass for the win by Blake Hahn over Matt Covington to become the seventh winner in just as many trips to the Kansas oval since 2007. Previous winners include Gary Wright (2007), Wayne Johnson (2008), Brian Brown (2016), Aaron Reutzel (2017), Seth Bergman (2018), and Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (2021).

Thursday’s show is co-sanctioned with the ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps and includes B-Mods ($700 to win) and E-Mods ($1,000 to win). Sprint Cars will race for $3,000 to win, $400 to start.

On September 8, Pits will be open for teams to pull in all afternoon. Grandstands open at 6:00 P.M. with racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $25 for adults, $20 for seniors and military, $10 for youth (13-15), and free for kids 12 and under. Pits are $40. Lakeside Speedway is located at 5615 Wolcott Dr. in Kansas City, Kan. For more information on the track, call (913) 299-9206 or log onto http://www.lakesidespeedway.net.

The fifth time the tour has taken on Caney Valley Speedway, the $4,000 to win, $400 to start, Sooner/Shocker Showdown, like Lakeside, is the second time the tour has been there in 2022. There during Speedweek, Canada’s Dylan Westbrook took the win, making three straight races topped by a Hills Racing driver, with Sam Hafertepe, Jr. taking the win in 2020. The only other visit occurred in 1993, with Gary Wright winning.

Featuring fireworks following the races, the night is co-sanctioned with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley's Racing Products and will also include Factory Stocks, Pure Stocks, and USRA Tuners. Pits will be open during the day for teams to pull in. Grandstands open at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for seniors, and free for kids 12 and under. Pits are $40. Caney Valley Speedway is located at CR 1300 in Caney, Kan. More info on the Speedway can be found at http://www.caneyvalleyspeedway.net or by calling the track at (620) 330-0485.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Quick Notes:

Who: American Sprint Car Series

Where: Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, KS) / Caney Valley Speedway (Caney, KS)

When: Thurs. Sept. 8 and Sat. Sept. 10

Times and Other Info (Lakeside Speedway):

ASCS National vs. ASCS Warrior

Pits Gate: 4:00 P.M.

Grandstands: 6:00 P.M.

Draw: 5:45 P.M. – 6:15 P.M.

Driver’s Meeting: 6:30 P.M.

Hot Laps: 7:00 P.M.

Racing: 8:00 P.M.

Muffler Rule: Open

RACEceiver: 454.000

Prices:

Pit Pass: $40

Admission: $25

Kids 12 and under: Free

Contact Info:

Address: 5615 Wolcott Dr. Kansas City, KS 66109

Phone: (913) 299-9206

Website: http://lakesidespeedway.net

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lakesidespeedway.kansascity

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Lakeside_Spdwy

Times and Other Info (Caney Valley Speedway):

ASCS National vs. ASCS Sooner

Pits: 4:00 P.M.

Grandstands: 5:00 P.M.

Draw: 4:30 P.M. – 5:00 P.M.

Driver’s Meeting: 5:15 P.M.

Hot Laps: 6:00 P.M.

Racing: 7:00 P.M.

Muffler: Open

RACEceiver: 454.000

Prices:

Tickets: $20

Seniors: $15

Kids 12 & Under: Free

Contact Info:

Phone: (620) 330-0485

Address: 1324 County Rd. 1600 Caney, KS 67333

Website: http://www.caneyvalleyspeedway.net

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Caneyvalleyspeedway

Twitter: https://twitter.com/CaneySpeedway

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs]

Instagram: LucasOilASCS

Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com

Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 4 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park; 7/23 – I-30 Speedway); Derek Hagar – 3 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway; 9/5 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Tim Crawley – 2 (7/22 – Batesville Motor Speedway; 7/26 – Tulsa Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 2 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 7/27 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 2 (8/2 – Lakeside Speedway, 9/2 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Matt Covington – 2 (7/1 – Boone County Raceway; 7/28 – 81-Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 1 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway; 8/4 – Knoxville Raceway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 2 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway; 8/6 – Knoxville Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/2 – WaKeeney Speedway); Zach Blurton – 1 (7/3 – WaKeeney Speedway); Gunner Ramey - 1 (7/15 – U.S. 36 Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/5 – Knoxville Raceway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Blake Hahn 2,691; 2. Wayne Johnson 2,623; 3. Tim Crawley 2,578; 4. Matt Covington 2,540; 5. Jason Martin 2,523; 6. Brandon Anderson 2,380; 7. Landon Britt 2,201; 8. Landon Crawley 2,194; 9. Kyler Johnson 2,180; 10. Ryan Bickett 2,076; 11. Dylan Postier 2,001; 12. Garet Williamson 1,851; 13. Dylan Opdahl 1,685; 14. Dylan Westbrook 1,493 15. Dale Howard 1,120;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**

2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**

2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R)

10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)

10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)

17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)

24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)

36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)

45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)

52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**

55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)

95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)

(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie

** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

Sponsors:

The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

 

 

Hockett/McMillin Memorial Entry List At 45 And Growing For The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series

Bryan Hulbert – WHEATLAND, Mo. (September 6, 2022) The annual tribute to Jesse Hockett and Daniel McMillin is just over a week away at the “Diamond of Dirt Tracks,” and already, 45 teams have pre-registered for the $10,000 to win event with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network.

Happening September 15, 16, and 17 at Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, Mo.), the list includes four previous event champions, of which two went to Victory Lane this past weekend at Lake Ozark Speedway.

Spitting the Labor Day affair at the one-third-mile oval, Blake Hahn (2019) and Derek Hagar (2014) are back for their shot at adding another Hockett/McMillin triumph to their name. The other two winners on the card include Wayne Johnson (2016), and Sam Hafertepe, Jr., who has topped the event three times (2017, 2018, and 2020).

The 12th time the event is scheduled to be contested at the Lucas Oil Speedway, the inaugural tribute was won by Zach Chappell in 2010 at Lake Ozark Speedway. A look at the current entry list includes drivers from 39 cities, 12 states, and Canada.

Car# - Driver (City, State)

00-Broc Elliott (California, MO)

1JR-Steven Russell (Russellville, MO)

1P-Curtis Evans (Norborne, MO)

1X-Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)

2B-Brett Becker (Odessa, TX)

2C-Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)

2J-Zach Blurton (Quinter, KS)

3-Ayrton Gennetten (Gravois Mills, MO)

3M-Howard Moore (Memphis, TN)

4X-Tyler Blank (California, MO)

5D-Zach Daum (Pocahontas, IL)

7B-Ben Brown (Marshall, MO)

7C-Chris Morgan (Topeka, KS)

9-Chase Randall (Waco, TX)

10-Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)

10P-Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK)

11-Roger Crockett (Broken Arrow, OK)

12M-Greg Merritt (Nesbit, MS)

14E-Kyle Bellm (Nixa, MO)

15H-Sam Hafertepe (Sunnyvale, TX)

17B-Ryan Bickett (Ramona, SD)

21S-Kobe Simpson (Bonham, TX)

22K-Kaleb Johnson (Sioux Falls, SD)

22S-Slater Helt (Pleasant Hill, MO)

23-Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)

24-Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)

26-Marshall Skinner (Marion, AR)

31-Casey Wills (Sperry, OK)

33-Alan Zoutte (Knoxville, IA)

33L-Mark Lane (Grain Valley, MO)

36-Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)

45X-Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)

47-Dale Howard (Byhalia, MS)

47X-Dylan Westbrook (Scotland, Ont. Can.)

52-Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)

55B-Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)

77-Jack Wagner (Lone Jack, MO)

86-Timothy Smith (Rocheport, MO)

91-Michael Day (Farmersville, TX)

93-Taylor Walton (Odessa, MO)

95-Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

97-Kevin Cummings (Tulsa, OK)

98P-Miles Paulus (Marshall, MO)

187-Landon Crawley (Benton, AR)

938-Bradley Fezard (Bonnerdale, AR)

Subject to change without notice

Drivers will complete all three nights with event points awarded every time a driver enters the track in order to set the field on Saturday. Event points are different from the Qualifying/Passing Points and are not used to set nightly lineups.

The following is specific to the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network. Any information regarding the POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprint Car League can be found at http://www.powri.com.

Event Registration for the American Sprint Car Series is free and can be done online at https://www.myracepass.com/series/1846/registrations. We encourage teams to pre-register as this helps speed up the check-in process, payouts, and allows us to let fans know who is coming.

Hockett/McMillin ASCS Format:

Preliminary nights will follow ASCS National Format, with teams drawing for their Qualifying Group. The only difference will be that Qualifying will take place during Hot Laps, with each group split in half. Max number of cars on track per Qualifying/Hot Lap session is five.

The breakdown of the ASCS National Format is published at https://www.ascsracing.com/downloads/get.aspx?i=704939

Event Points are awarded each time a driver is on track. These points are used to set the field for Saturday and are not used to set lineups during a preliminary night.

Qualifying and Heat Race Points are awarded: 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1

B-Feature Points, starting with the first non-qualifier, are awarded: 87, 86, 85, 84, 83, 82, 81, etc.

A-Feature points are awarded: 150, 142, 135, 130, 125, 122, 119, 116, 113, 110, 108, 106, 104, 102, 100, 98, 96, 94, 92, 90, 89, 88

Following the completion of Friday’s program, event points will be totaled with the Top 8 locked in, straight up, into Saturday’s A-Feature. All other drivers will be lined up into four Last Chance Qualifiers on Saturday. Any ties in event points will be broken by the driver with the faster qualifying time on Friday.

Lineups will be staggered by points (9th to the pole of LCQ 1, 10 to the pole of LCQ 2, etc). Top 2 finishes in each LCQ will advance to the A-Feature. Winners of LCQ 1 starts 9th, winner of LCQ 2 will start 10th, and so on.

Those not transferring will lineup into B-Features, straight up by their LCQ finish. Two B-Features, will take the top three from each. Three B-Features, will take the top two from each.

**ASCS National Driver Point, Regional Attendance, and Promoter’s Provisionals will be allowed, but will not award any points for the A-Feature. Points will be calculated from the position earned prior to the Provisional.

Purse structure for each night is as follows:

Thursday and Friday:

A-Feature: 1. $3,000; 2. $1,500; 3. $1,100; 4. $1,000; 5. $800 6. $700; 7. $600; 8. $500; 9. $475; 10. $450; 11. $425; 12. $400 13. $400; 14. $400; 15. $400; 16. $400; 17. $400; 18. $400; 19. $400; 20. $400; 21. $400; 22. $400; Any non-transferring driver will be paid $150.

Saturday:

A-Feature: 1. $10,000; 2. $5,000; 3. $2,500; 4. $1,500; 5. $1,250; 6. $1,150; 7. $1,100; 8. $1,000; 9. $900; 10. $800; 11. $700; 12. $600; 13. $550; 14. $525; 15. $500; 16. $475; 17. $450; 18. $425; 19. $400; 20. $400; 21. $400; 22. $400; Any non-transferring driver will be paid $150.

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Who: ASCS National Tour | ASCS Warrior Region

What: 12th annual General Tire Hockett/McMillin Memorial

When: September 15-17, 2022

Where: Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, Mo.)

Track Info: Lucas Oil Speedway:

Address: 700 E. Hwy. 54 Wheatland, MO 65779

Phone: (417) 282-5984

Website: http://www.lucasoilspeedway.com

Email: webmaster@lucasoilspeedway.com

Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/LucasOilSpeedway/

Times and Prices

September 15 & 16:

Pits Open: All Day

Grandstands Open: 4:00 P.M.

Draw/Check-In: 4:00 P.M.

Driver’s Meeting: 5:00 P.M.

Hot Laps: 6:00 P.M.

Racing: 7:05 P.M.

Adults (16 and up) $25

Seniors (62 and up)/Military $22

Youth (6 to 15) $5

Kids (5 and under) FREE

Family Pass $55 (Click Here for More Information)

Pit Pass $40

3-Day Pit Pass-$125

September 17

Pits Open: All Day

Grandstands Open: 4:00 P.M.

Driver’s Meeting: 4:45 P.M.

Hot Laps: 5:30 P.M.

Racing: 6:35 P.M.

Adults (16 and up) $35

Seniors (62 and up)/Military $32

Youth (6 to 15) $10

Kids (5 and under) FREE

Family Pass $80 (Click Here for More Information)

Pit Pass $45

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs]

Instagram: LucasOilASCS

Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com

Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 4 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park; 7/23 – I-30 Speedway); Derek Hagar – 3 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway; 9/5 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Tim Crawley – 2 (7/22 – Batesville Motor Speedway; 7/26 – Tulsa Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 2 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 7/27 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 2 (8/2 – Lakeside Speedway, 9/2 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Matt Covington – 2 (7/1 – Boone County Raceway; 7/28 – 81-Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 1 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway; 8/4 – Knoxville Raceway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 2 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway; 8/6 – Knoxville Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/2 – WaKeeney Speedway); Zach Blurton – 1 (7/3 – WaKeeney Speedway); Gunner Ramey - 1 (7/15 – U.S. 36 Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/5 – Knoxville Raceway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Blake Hahn 2,691; 2. Wayne Johnson 2,623; 3. Tim Crawley 2,578; 4. Matt Covington 2,540; 5. Jason Martin 2,523; 6. Brandon Anderson 2,380; 7. Landon Britt 2,201; 8. Landon Crawley 2,194; 9. Kyler Johnson 2,180; 10. Ryan Bickett 2,076; 11. Dylan Postier 2,001; 12. Garet Williamson 1,851; 13. Dylan Opdahl 1,685; 14. Dylan Westbrook 1,493 15. Dale Howard 1,120;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**

2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**

2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R)

10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)

10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)

17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)

24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)

36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)

45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)

52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**

55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)

95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)

(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie

** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

Sponsors:

The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

All Champions of the American Sprint Car Series, from National to Regional Tours, will receive a new Superior Steering Wheel (https://superiorsteeringwheel.com). Hard Luck Award provided by Vahlco Wheels.

 

 

Derek Hagar Triumphant With The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series At Lake Ozark

Bryan Hulbert – ELDON, Mo. (September 4, 2022) A massive cushion and technical bottom, and the result is “The Guy” Derek Hagar racing his way to the front of the field at Lake Ozark Speedway with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network.

Derek’s 11th win of the season and 8th with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series since 2014, Lake Ozark Speedway, is the fifth track that Hagar has collected a win at and the fourth trip to Victory Lane in the state of Missouri.

Different from most, Hagar avoided the cushion, and the strategy paid off. Asked about the line choice, Derek said, “I told my guys I wasn’t messing with the top. I’m working middle to bottom, and that’s where we shine. We can float the middle, and these DynoTech Engines, they run good, and I feel I can just about out drag race anyone down the straightaway.”

Battling through the first half of the A-Feature to get into the top five, Hagar put his plan to work, while Dylan Westbrook and Chase Randall battled for the lead. On the point through the opening eight circuits, Westbrook would go on defense as Waco’s Chase Randall raced by for the lead. Trading numerous slide jobs before getting room over the Hills Racing No. 47x, that advantage was dashed on Lap 15 as Randall slammed the Bush’s Chicken No. 9 off the ever-growing cushion.

Having used the Lap 8 restart for Sam Hafertepe, Jr. to his advantage, Hagar, in third, chased the battle and was closing quickly.

On the pair and aiming for the top spot as the red lights displayed on Lap 17 after Randall slipped the cushion and grabbed the wall, the restart saw Hagar roll by the No. 47x, who flew the left side tires through the third and fourth turns.

Slowed working Lap 19, the DHR Suspension No. 9jr continued to trek the gutter of the one-third-mile oval. Growing his lead to over a second, that was all about to change as 18th starting Joe B. Miller ripped on, and at times, over the cushion to grab second on Lap 20.

Fresh off the POWRi 410 win, Miller raced all out to catch Hagar.

Putting himself 0.172-seconds away from the lead at the white flag, the No. 51b took to the cushion one more time, but a small mistake caught and upset the car. Able to stay upright, that was all that was needed to seal the deal for Derek Hagar, who crossed with 1.016-seconds to spare.

Joe B. Miller held on for second, while Sam Hafertepe, Jr. made a wild rebound from 22nd to third in the Hills Racing No. 15h, following his Lap 8 stoppage. Blake Hahn ended up fourth, with Wayne Johnson rebounding from a Saturday crash to complete the top five.

Dale Howard, in sixth, had Jason Martin rolling up 10 spots to grab seventh. A few shots off the cushion through the closing laps moved Dylan Westbrook back to eighth, with Tim Crawley and Matt Covington completing the top ten.

The Sunday field consisted of 34 drivers at Lake Ozark Speedway. SCE Gaskets Heat Race wins went to Dylan Westbrook, Dale Howard, Blake Hahn, and Matt Covington. BMRS B-Features were topped by Jason Martin and Joe B. Miller. Provisionals were used by Brandon Anderson and Gunner Ramey. The night’s quick qualifier was Chase Randall at 12.104-seconds.

The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network races next on Thursday, September 8, at Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City, Kan., and Caney Valley Speedway on Saturday, September 10.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour

ASCS Warrior Region

Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, Mo.)

Sunday, September 4, 2022

Car Count: 34

Event Count: 39

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 9-Chase Randall, 12.104[4]; 2. 21-Gunner Ramey, 12.220[3]; 3. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, 12.234[7]; 4. 47X-Dylan Westbrook, 12.326[5]; 5. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 12.380[1]; 6. 187-Landon Crawley, 12.642[2]; 7. 97-Scotty Milan, 12.676[6]; 8. 1XX-Brad Ryun, 13.071[8]; 9. 32D-Daryn Langford, 14.544[9]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 1X-Tim Crawley, 12.298[9]; 2. 9JR-Derek Hagar, 12.512[8]; 3. 47-Dale Howard, 12.595[3]; 4. 10-Landon Britt, 12.598[4]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 12.650[1]; 6. 51B-Joe B Miller, 12.651[2]; 7. 77-Jack Wagner, 12.669[7]; 8. 24-Jeffrey West Jr, 12.833[6]; 9. 1JR-Steven Russell, 13.153[5]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman, 12.214[7]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn, 12.257[1]; 3. 36-Jason Martin, 12.378[8]; 4. 98P-Miles Paulus, 12.587[2]; 5. 86-Timothy Smith, 12.663[4]; 6. 10P-Dylan Postier, 12.685[3]; 7. 31-Casey Wills, 12.934[5]; 8. 12X-Brennon Blair, 13.140[6]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 4 (3 Laps): 1. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 12.270[6]; 2. 95-Matt Covington, 12.286[8]; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett, 12.627[1]; 4. 14E-Kyle Bellm, 12.666[4]; 5. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 12.755[7]; 6. 73-Samuel Wagner, 12.886[5]; 7. 12M-Greg Merritt, 12.937[3]; 8. 00-Broc Elliott, 13.268[2]

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Top 16 in combined Qualifying/Passing Points advance to the A-Feature)

SCE Gaskets Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[1]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[2]; 3. 9-Chase Randall[4]; 4. 2C-Wayne Johnson[5]; 5. 21-Gunner Ramey[3]; 6. 187-Landon Crawley[6]; 7. 97-Scotty Milan[7]; 8. 32D-Daryn Langford[9]; 9. 1XX-Brad Ryun[8]

SCE Gaskets Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 47-Dale Howard[2]; 2. 10-Landon Britt[1]; 3. 9JR-Derek Hagar[3]; 4. 77-Jack Wagner[7]; 5. 1X-Tim Crawley[4]; 6. 51B-Joe B Miller[6]; 7. 55B-Brandon Anderson[5]; 8. 1JR-Steven Russell[9]; 9. 24-Jeffrey West Jr[8]

SCE Gaskets Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 2. 98P-Miles Paulus[1]; 3. 23-Seth Bergman[4]; 4. 36-Jason Martin[2]; 5. 10P-Dylan Postier[6]; 6. 86-Timothy Smith[5]; 7. 31-Casey Wills[7]; 8. 12X-Brennon Blair[8]

SCE Gaskets Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[3]; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[2]; 3. 14E-Kyle Bellm[1]; 4. 45X-Kyler Johnson[4]; 5. 17B-Ryan Bickett[5]; 6. 73-Samuel Wagner[6]; 7. 12M-Greg Merritt[7]; 8. (DNS) 00-Broc Elliott

BMRS B-Features (Top 3 from each advance)

BMRS B-Main 1 (12 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin[1]; 2. 10P-Dylan Postier[2]; 3. 187-Landon Crawley[3]; 4. 97-Scotty Milan[5]; 5. 1JR-Steven Russell[7]; 6. 73-Samuel Wagner[4]; 7. 12X-Brennon Blair[8]; 8. 12M-Greg Merritt[6]; 9. 1XX-Brad Ryun[9]

BMRS B-Main 2 (12 Laps): 1. 51B-Joe B Miller[3]; 2. 17B-Ryan Bickett[2]; 3. 86-Timothy Smith[4]; 4. 21-Gunner Ramey[1]; 5. 31-Casey Wills[5]; 6. 55B-Brandon Anderson[6]; 7. 32D-Daryn Langford[7]; 8. 24-Jeffrey West Jr[8]; 9. 00-Broc Elliott[9]

A-Feature

Lucas Oil A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 9JR-Derek Hagar[9]; 2. 51B-Joe B Miller[18]; 3. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[7]; 4. 52-Blake Hahn[6]; 5. 2C-Wayne Johnson[14]; 6. 47-Dale Howard[4]; 7. 36-Jason Martin[17]; 8. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[1]; 9. 1X-Tim Crawley[16]; 10. 95-Matt Covington[5]; 11. 77-Jack Wagner[12]; 12. 14E-Kyle Bellm[15]; 13. 45X-Kyler Johnson[13]; 14. 10-Landon Britt[11]; 15. 17B-Ryan Bickett[20]; 16. 55B-Brandon Anderson[23]; 17. 10P-Dylan Postier[19]; 18. 187-Landon Crawley[21]; 19. 23-Seth Bergman[2]; 20. 9-Chase Randall[3]; 21. 21-Gunner Ramey[24]; 22. 86-Timothy Smith[22]; 23. 98P-Miles Paulus[10]; 24. 14-Jordon Mallett[8]

Lap Leader(s): Dylan Westbrook 1-8, 16-18; Chase Randall 9-15; Derek Hagar 19-25

Hard Charger: Joe B. Miller +16

Quick Time: Chase Randall - 12.104

High Point Driver: Blake Hahn

Provisional(s): Brandon Anderson (Points) / Gunner Ramey (Regional)

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs]

Instagram: LucasOilASCS

Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com

Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 4 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park; 7/23 – I-30 Speedway); Derek Hagar – 3 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway; 9/5 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Tim Crawley – 2 (7/22 – Batesville Motor Speedway; 7/26 – Tulsa Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 2 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 7/27 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 2 (8/2 – Lakeside Speedway, 9/2 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Matt Covington – 2 (7/1 – Boone County Raceway; 7/28 – 81-Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 1 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway; 8/4 – Knoxville Raceway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 2 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway; 8/6 – Knoxville Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/2 – WaKeeney Speedway); Zach Blurton – 1 (7/3 – WaKeeney Speedway); Gunner Ramey - 1 (7/15 – U.S. 36 Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/5 – Knoxville Raceway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Blake Hahn 2,691; 2. Wayne Johnson 2,623; 3. Tim Crawley 2,578; 4. Matt Covington 2,540; 5. Jason Martin 2,523; 6. Brandon Anderson 2,380; 7. Landon Britt 2,201; 8. Landon Crawley 2,194; 9. Kyler Johnson 2,180; 10. Ryan Bickett 2,076; 11. Dylan Postier 2,001; 12. Garet Williamson 1,851; 13. Dylan Opdahl 1,685; 14. Dylan Westbrook 1,493 15. Dale Howard 1,120;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**

2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**

2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R)

10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)

10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)

17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)

24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)

36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)

45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)

52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**

55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)

95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)

(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie

** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

Sponsors:

The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

All Champions of the American Sprint Car Series, from National to Regional Tours, will receive a new Superior Steering Wheel (https://superiorsteeringwheel.com). Hard Luck Award provided by Vahlco Wheels.

 

 

Driever takes Night 2 of ASCS Frontier at Electric City Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

GREAT FALLS, Mont. - Tyler Driever ended a dry spell on Saturday night, picking up the ASCS Frontier Region sprint car victory on Night 2 of the Montana Roundup at Electric City Speedway in Great Falls.

The win was Driever's third career victory with the series but it was the first in more than a year for the Meridian, Idaho driver. Even better for Tyler, it was on his dad Clayne's birthday and he happened to be there to celebrate the victory with him. It was also redemption for Driever, who spun out while running second and challenging for the lead the night before.

Driever started on the pole of the 25-lap feature but ran second to series points leader and Friday night winner Trever Kirkland in the early stages of the event. As he did the night before, Driever stayed with Kirkland and challenged for the lead multiple times as they navigated traffic on a dry race track. In a dramatic reversal of fortunes from Friday however, it was Kirkland this time who had a mishap 10 laps into the race when he tangled with a lapped car and severely damaged the front end of his car, requiring a tow to the pit area and ending his night.

Now out front, Driever at first kept a healthy lead over the rest of the field before Coaldale, Alberta driver Kelly Miller made a run at the end as they worked their way around slower cars. Driever fended off Miller's last lap charge and picked up the win in the Driever Racing No. 33t Shark-powered Maxim.

The win Saturday was Driever's first at Electric City Speedway. His last win with the ASCS Frontier Region sprint car series was in August 2021 at Sweetwater Speedway in Wyoming. A happy Driever celebrated in victory lane with his mother Lea and birthday celebrating dad Clayne.

Miller finished in the runner-up spot for the second straight night aboard the KDM Motorsports No. 2jr AMS-powered EMi after starting third in the main event. Great Falls driver Kory Wermling finished third aboard his family's No. 9k Carbone-powered Maxim after starting fifth. As they each did the night before, Phil Dietz and Joe Perry finished fourth and fifth respectively.

An unofficial finish was posted on MyRacePass and questions arose shortly after regarding finishing positions from around the middle of the field back. It was decided by ASCS Frontier Region officials to take Sunday to review the finish with Electric City Speedway scoring officials before posting an official finish sometime later.

Heat races earlier in the evening were won by James Setters, Perry and Kirkland. Driever won the pole shuffle and the right to start on the pole of the main event after defeating Kirkland in the final round. Miller and Austyn Gossel were the other pole shuffle participants.

The 26th annual Montana Roundup concludes on Sunday night at Electric City Speedway. Tickets are $20 for adults. Those 55 and older, students ages 13 to 17 and military members are in for $14. Kids $12 and under are in for $5. Racing is scheduled to start at 7:00 p.m. Mountain Time.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with news and info on the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour and other ASCS regional tours, can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

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Brodix ASCS Frontier Region Montana Roundup - Night 2 Electric City Speedway Great Falls, MT September 3, 2022

Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. 2 James Setters, 2. 33t Tyler Driever, 3. 3 Jordan Milne, 4. 72 Phil Dietz, 5. 38b Bryan Brown, 6. 6g Bryan Gossel, 7. 31 Shane Moore.

Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. 28 Joe Perry, 2. 2jr Kelly Miller, 3. 9k Kory Wermling, 4. 2n Shad Petersen, 5. 24m Ian Myers, 6. 4p Junior Nelson, 7. 22 Brianna Widhalm.

Heat 3 (8 laps): 1. 37 Trever Kirkland, 2. 16g Austyn Gossel, 3. 14p Darren Smith, 4. 35m Cody Masse, 5. 2x Mike Manwill, 6. 24 Leroy Brush.

Pole Shuffle: 2jr Kelly Miller d. 16g Austyn Gossel in Round 1. 37 Trever Kirkland d. 2jr Kelly Miller in Round 2. 33t Tyler Driever d. 37 Trever Kirkland in Final Round.

Feature (25 laps): 1. 33t Tyler Driever, 2. 2jr Kelly Miller, 3. 9k Kory Wermling, 4. 72 Phil Dietz, 5. 28 Joe Perry. The rest of the finish is under review.

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

September 4 Montana Roundup - Final Night Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT

September 9 Big Sky Supernationals Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT

September 10 ASCS Frontier Region Season Finale Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

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2022 ASCS Frontier Region feature winners

May 20 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage) May 21 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage) May 27 - Trever Kirkland at Electric City Speedway May 28 - James Setters at Electric City Speedway June 10 - Colby Thornhill at Gallatin Speedway June 11 - Colby Thornhill at Big Sky Speedway July 1 - Phil Dietz at Gallatin Speedway July 3 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out) July 4 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out) July 15 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway July 16 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway July 29 - Kory Wermling at Gallatin Speedway July 30 - Trever Kirkland at Big Sky Speedway August 12 - Nick Haygood at Sweetwater Speedway August 13 - Trever Kirkland at Sweetwater Speedway August 19 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway August 20 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway September 2 - Trever Kirkland at Electric City Speedway September 3 - Tyler Driever at Electric City Speedway

 

Kirkland pads ASCS Frontier lead, takes Roundup opener in Great Falls
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

GREAT FALLS, Mont. - Enjoying one of the finest seasons of his racing career, Trever Kirkland scored his fourth ASCS Frontier Region sprint car victory of the season, taking the opening night of the annual Montana Roundup at Electric City Speedway.

The Helena, Montana driver led all 25 laps of Friday's feature at the Great Falls clay oval, fending off early challenges from Tyler Driever before cruising the win in the latter stages. Kirkland's win not only tied the series lead for victories, but also adds to an already commanding points lead. With four races remaining, Kirkland leads unofficially by 179 points over Great Falls driver Kory Wermling, who finished eighth.

Kirkland started on the pole after defeating Driever in the final round of the pole shuffle. Kirkland took the lead on the start, but multiple times the young Driever of Meridian, Idaho threw slide jobs in an attempt to take the lead on a dry track that saw the top groove being the preferred line. Kirkland escaped each time, once squeezing between Driever and the outside wall exiting Turn 4 while they both worked their way through slower traffic.

Driever's challenge for the lead abruptly ended when he spun out exiting Turn 4, a hearbreaking end to a podium run. That handed the second position to Coaldale, Alberta driver Kelly Miller, who couldn't catch Kirkland on the ensuing restart as Kirkland jetted away. Miller did gain momentum and began to close in on Kirkland in the final laps but ran out of time as Kirkland scored his second win at Electric City Speedway this season aboard the Kirkland Racing No. 37 Shark-powered Triple X. Kirkland won the season opening ASCS Frontier Region event at Electric City Speedway on May 27th.

Miller, third in the points entering the weekend, finished second aboard the KDM Motorsports No. 2jr AMS-powered EMi. James Setters of Spirit Lake, Idaho made a late run and earned a podium finish, finishing third aboard his family's No. 2 Borello-powered Helix. Five time sprint car champion Phil Dietz made a late pass and finished fifth ahead of Joe Perry. Jordan Milne, Bryan Gossel, Wermling, Austyn Gossel and Driever rounded out the Top 10.

Heat races earlier in the evening were won by Perry and Kirkland. In the pole shuffle, which fans at Electric City Speedway saw for the first time since the series implemented it more than a month ago, Miller defeated Perry in the opening round before falling to Driever. Driever than lost to Kirkland in the final round in the match race for the pole position.

The 26th annual Montana Roundup continues on Saturday night and concludes on Sunday night at Electric City Speedway. Tickets each night are $20 for adults. Those 55 and older, students ages 13 to 17 and military members are in for $14. Kids $12 and under are in for $5. Racing is scheduled to start at 7:00 p.m. Mountain Time all three nights.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with news and info on the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour and other ASCS regional tours, can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

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Brodix ASCS Frontier Region
Montana Roundup - Night 1
Electric City Speedway
Great Falls, MT
September 2, 2022

Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. 28 Joe Perry, 2. 3 Jordan Milne, 3. 2jr Kelly Miller, 4. 34m Cody Masse, 5. 16g Austyn Gossel, 6. 6g Bryan Gossel, 7. 9k Kory Wermling, 8. 4p Junior Nelson, DNS - 81 Darre Smith.

Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. 37 Trever Kirkland, 2. 33t Tyler Driever, 3. 2 James Setters, 4. 72 Phil Dietz, 5. 38b Bryan Brown, 6. 2n Shad Petersen, 7. 24m Ian Myers, 8. 31 Shane Moore.

Pole Shuffle: 2jr Kelly Miller d. 28 Joe Perry in Round 1. 33t Tyler Driever d. 2jr Kelly Miller in Round 2. 37 Trever Kirkland d. 33t Tyler Driever in final round.

Feature (25 laps): 1. 37 Trever Kirkland, 2. 2jr Kelly Miller, 3. 2 James Setters, 4. 72 Phil Dietz, 5. 28 Joe Perry, 6. 3 Jordan Milne, 7. 6g Bryan Gossel, 8. 9k Kory Wermling, 9. 16g Austyn Gossel, 10. 33t Tyler Driever, 11. 31 Shane Moore, 12. 38b Bryan Brown, 13. 24m Ian Myers, 14. 35m Cody Masse, 15. 4p Junior Nelson, 16. 2n Shad Petersen.

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

September 3 & 4
Montana Roundup - Nights 2 & 3
Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT

September 9
Big Sky Supernationals
Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT

September 10
ASCS Frontier Region Season Finale
Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

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2022 ASCS Frontier Region feature winners

May 20 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage)
May 21 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage)
May 27 - Trever Kirkland at Electric City Speedway
May 28 - James Setters at Electric City Speedway
June 10 - Colby Thornhill at Gallatin Speedway
June 11 - Colby Thornhill at Big Sky Speedway
July 1 - Phil Dietz at Gallatin Speedway
July 3 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out)
July 4 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out)
July 15 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 16 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 29 - Kory Wermling at Gallatin Speedway
July 30 - Trever Kirkland at Big Sky Speedway
August 12 - Nick Haygood at Sweetwater Speedway
August 13 - Trever Kirkland at Sweetwater Speedway
August 19 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
August 20 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
September 2 - Trever Kirkland at Electric City Speedway

 

 

Saturated Grounds Postpones Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series At Red Dirt Raceway

Bryan Hulbert - MEEKER, Okla. (September 2, 2022) The debut at Red Dirt Raceway for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network will have to wait as heavy rainfall throughout Thursday afternoon and evening have rendered the grounds to saturated to host tonight's event.

Series and track officials are looking at a possible make-up date.

The weekend continues at Lake Ozark Speedway with the Fall Sprint Car and Midget Nationals at Lake Ozark Speedway includes the ASCS Warrior Region with the National Tour, and will also feature the POWRi National/West Midgets, POWRi 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars, and LOS RaceSaver Sprint Cars.

Saturday, September 3 at Lake Ozark Speedway is $3,000 to win, $400 to start, while Saturday is $4,000 to win, $400 to start. To date, the tour has seen action at Lake Ozark Speedway 18 times, with Dylan Westbrook topping the last two visits by the National Tour.

Both nights at the Missouri oval open at 5:00 P.M. with Hot Laps/Qualifying at 6:30 P.M. (CDT). Racing will begin shortly after. Tickets per night are $25 for adults, $22 for seniors and military, $10 for youth (6-12), and free for kids five and under. Lake Ozark Speedway is located at 50 Twiggy Lane in Eldon, Mo. Information on the track, including advance ticket sales, can be found at http://www.lakeozarkspeedway.net. On-site camping is available. Call (417) 399-5756 for details.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

ASCS Frontier returns to Great Falls for Montana Roundup
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

The Brodix ASCS Frontier Region sprint car tour will be a making a return this Labor Day weekend, as it once again is part of the annual Montana Roundup at Electric City Speedway in Great Falls. The event, in its 26th year, will be an ASCS Frontier Region event for the first time in five years.

Three nights of action are on tap with races happening this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The series opened its 2022 season at the 3/10-mile clay oval on Memorial weekend, with points leader Trever Kirkland and James Setters picking up victories. The two races scheduled for July 3rd and 4th were rained out.

Kirkland, from nearby Helena, enters the weekend with a commanding 145-point lead over Great Falls driver Kory Wermling. Kirkland is a former champion of the Big Sky Sprints series, a predecessor to the ASCS Frontier Region, but is pursuing his first crown under the ASCS banner. After winning that opening night feature at Electric City Speedway on May 27th, Kirkland has picked up two more wins and numerous podium finishes to help build his lead.

Cars from across the region and also Alberta are expected to compete in this weekend's races. Multiple classes will be joining the ASCS Frontier Region sprint cars for one or two nights throughout the weekend, including late models, modifieds, midwest modifieds, street stocks and super stocks. Tickets each night are $20 for adults. Those 55 and older, students ages 13 to 17 and military members are in for $14. Kids $12 and under are in for $5. Racing is scheduled to start at 7:00 p.m. Mountain Time all three nights.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with news and info on the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour and other ASCS regional tours, can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

September 2, 3 & 4
Montana Roundup
Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT

September 9
Big Sky Supernationals
Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT

September 10
ASCS Frontier Region Season Finale
Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

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2022 ASCS Frontier Region feature winners

May 20 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage)
May 21 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage)
May 27 - Trever Kirkland at Electric City Speedway
May 28 - James Setters at Electric City Speedway
June 10 - Colby Thornhill at Gallatin Speedway
June 11 - Colby Thornhill at Big Sky Speedway
July 1 - Phil Dietz at Gallatin Speedway
July 3 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out)
July 4 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out)
July 15 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 16 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 29 - Kory Wermling at Gallatin Speedway
July 30 - Trever Kirkland at Big Sky Speedway
August 12 - Nick Haygood at Sweetwater Speedway
August 13 - Trever Kirkland at Sweetwater Speedway
August 19 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
August 20 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway

 

 

Format Revamped For 2022 Lucas Oil ASCS Hockett/McMillin Memorial Weekend

Bryan Hulbert – WHEATLAND, Mo. (August 25, 2022) Gearing up for the $10,000 to win Jesse Hockett/Daniel McMillin Memorial at Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Mo., happening September 15-17, 2022., the format for the three-night affair has been adjusted to remove the duel Heat Race format in favor of the current Qualifying format utilized by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network.

One difference from the current format will be that teams will Hot Lap and Qualify at the same time, with each Hot Lap/Qualifying group split so no more than five cars will be on track at one time.

Drivers will complete all three nights with event points awarded every time a driver enters the track in order to set the field on Saturday. Event points are different from the Qualifying/Passing Points and are not used to set nightly lineups.

The change comes as tires continue to be an issue across the industry, as well as eliminate unnecessary time on the track to quicken the event, and reduce wear on the cars. The Heat and Qualifier format was used to take the issue of the draw out of the equation, but with the current ASCS National Tour format, that has been addressed.

The following is specific to the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network. Any information regarding the POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprint Car League can be found at http://www.powri.com.

Event Registration for the American Sprint Car Series is free and can be done online at https://www.myracepass.com/series/1846/registrations. We encourage teams to pre-register as this helps speed up the check-in process, payouts, and allows us to let fans know who is coming.

Hockett/McMillin ASCS Format:

Preliminary nights will follow ASCS National Format, with teams drawing for their Qualifying Group. The only difference will be that Qualifying will take place during Hot Laps, with each group split in half. Max number of cars on track per Qualifying/Hot Lap session is five.

The breakdown of the ASCS National Format is published at https://www.ascsracing.com/downloads/get.aspx?i=704939

Event Points are awarded each time a driver is on track. These points are used to set the field for Saturday and are not used to set lineups during a preliminary night.

Qualifying and Heat Race Points are awarded: 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1

B-Feature Points, starting with the first non-qualifier, are awarded: 87, 86, 85, 84, 83, 82, 81, etc.

A-Feature points are awarded: 150, 142, 135, 130, 125, 122, 119, 116, 113, 110, 108, 106, 104, 102, 100, 98, 96, 94, 92, 90, 89, 88

Following the completion of Friday’s program, event points will be totaled with the Top 8 locked in, straight up, into Saturday’s A-Feature. All other drivers will be lined up into four Last Chance Qualifiers on Saturday. Any ties in event points will be broken by the driver with the faster qualifying time on Friday.

Lineups will be staggered by points (9th to the pole of LCQ 1, 10 to the pole of LCQ 2, etc). Top 2 finishes in each LCQ will advance to the A-Feature. Winners of LCQ 1 starts 9th, winner of LCQ 2 will start 10th, and so on.

Those not transferring will lineup into B-Features, straight up by their LCQ finish. Two B-Features, will take the top three from each. Three B-Features, will take the top two from each.

**ASCS National Driver Point, Regional Attendance, and Promoter’s Provisionals will be allowed, but will not award any points for the A-Feature. Points will be calculated from the position earned prior to the Provisional.

Purse structure for each night is as follows:

Thursday and Friday:

A-Feature: 1. $3,000; 2. $1,500; 3. $1,100; 4. $1,000; 5. $800 6. $700; 7. $600; 8. $500; 9. $475; 10. $450; 11. $425; 12. $400 13. $400; 14. $400; 15. $400; 16. $400; 17. $400; 18. $400; 19. $400; 20. $400; 21. $400; 22. $400; Any non-transferring driver will be paid $150.

Saturday:

A-Feature: 1. $10,000; 2. $5,000; 3. $2,500; 4. $1,500; 5. $1,250; 6. $1,150; 7. $1,100; 8. $1,000; 9. $900; 10. $800; 11. $700; 12. $600; 13. $550; 14. $525; 15. $500; 16. $475; 17. $450; 18. $425; 19. $400; 20. $400; 21. $400; 22. $400; Any non-transferring driver will be paid $150.

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Who: ASCS National Tour | ASCS Warrior Region

What: 12th annual General Tire Hockett/McMillin Memorial

When: September 15-17, 2022

Where: Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, Mo.)

Track Info: Lucas Oil Speedway:

Address: 700 E. Hwy. 54 Wheatland, MO 65779

Phone: (417) 282-5984

Website: http://www.lucasoilspeedway.com

Email: webmaster@lucasoilspeedway.com

Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/LucasOilSpeedway/

Times and Prices

September 15 & 16:

Pits Open: All Day

Grandstands Open: 4:00 P.M.

Draw/Check-In: 4:00 P.M.

Driver’s Meeting: 5:00 P.M.

Hot Laps: 6:00 P.M.

Racing: 7:05 P.M.

Adults (16 and up) $25

Seniors (62 and up)/Military $22

Youth (6 to 15) $5

Kids (5 and under) FREE

Family Pass $55 (Click Here for More Information)

Pit Pass $40

3-Day Pit Pass-$125

September 17

Pits Open: All Day

Grandstands Open: 4:00 P.M.

Driver’s Meeting: 4:45 P.M.

Hot Laps: 5:30 P.M.

Racing: 6:35 P.M.

Adults (16 and up) $35

Seniors (62 and up)/Military $32

Youth (6 to 15) $10

Kids (5 and under) FREE

Family Pass $80 (Click Here for More Information)

Pit Pass $45

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs]

Instagram: LucasOilASCS

Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com

Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 4 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park; 7/23 – I-30 Speedway); Tim Crawley – 2 (7/22 – Batesville Motor Speedway; 7/26 – Tulsa Speedway); Derek Hagar – 2 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 2 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 7/27 – Caney Valley Speedway); Matt Covington – 2 (7/1 – Boone County Raceway; 7/28 – 81-Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 1 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway; 8/4 – Knoxville Raceway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 2 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway; 8/6 – Knoxville Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/2 – WaKeeney Speedway); Zach Blurton – 1 (7/3 – WaKeeney Speedway); Gunner Ramey - 1 (7/15 – U.S. 36 Raceway); Blake Hahn – 1 (8/2 – Lakeside Speedway) Brian Brown – 1 (8/5 – Knoxville Raceway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15 – Points will be updated after Knoxville): 1. Blake Hahn 2,411; 2. Wayne Johnson 2,402; 3. Tim Crawley 2,363; 4. Matt Covington 2,305; 5. Jason Martin 2,288; 6. Brandon Anderson 2,217; 7. Landon Britt 1,999; 8. Landon Crawley 1,988; 9. Kyler Johnson 1,972; 10. Ryan Bickett 1,911; 11. Garet Williamson 1,851; 12. Dylan Postier 1,797; 13. Dylan Opdahl 1,685; 14. Dylan Westbrook 1,264; 15. Dale Howard 890;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**

2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**

2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R)

10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)

10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)

17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)

24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)

36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)

45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)

52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**

55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)

95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)

(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie

** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

Sponsors:

The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

All Champions of the American Sprint Car Series, from National to Regional Tours, will receive a new Superior Steering Wheel (https://superiorsteeringwheel.com). Hard Luck Award provided by Vahlco Wheels.

 

 

ASCS Sooner Region At Creek County, Followed By ASCS Mid-South Matchup At Tri-State Speedway This Weekend
Bryan Hulbert

Bryan Hulbert – SAPULPA, Okla. (August 23, 2022) Back at it for two nights, the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products will take on Creek County Speedway in Sapulpa, Okla., on Friday, August 26, before going head-to-head with the ASCS Mid-South Region at Tri-State Speedway in Pocola, Okla. on Saturday, August 27.

Both nights offer up $2,000 to win, $300 to start.

Running a double Sprint Car showdown on Friday night, the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products will be joined by DSO Champ 305 Sprint Cars, as well as Factory Stocks and Dwarf Cars. Tickets at Creek County Speedway are $15 for adults, $5 for youth (11-14), and free for kids 12 and under. Gates open at 5:00 P.M. with Hot Laps at 7:15 P.M. Races are set to begin at 8:00 P.M. (CDT).

Creek County Speedway is located at 18450 West Hwy. 66 between Sapulpa and Kellyville. For more information on Creek County Speedway, including a complete lineup of events and directions, log onto http://www.creekcountyspeedway.co, call (918) 247-RACE (7223), or follow on Twitter (@CreekSpeedway), and https://www.facebook.com/CreekCountySpeedway

Matching up against the ASCS Mid-South Region, the ‘Mighty Tri-State Speedway’ in Pocola, Okla. will also feature USRA Factory Stocks, Stock Cars, B-Mods, and USRA Modifieds on Saturday night. Tickets for Saturday’s rendezvous at the high-banked oval are $20 for adults and free for kids 10 and under. Gates open at 6:00 P.M. with Racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT).

Tri-State Speedway is located at 1705 W. Race Track Rd. in Pocola, Okla. More information on the track can be found at https://www.tri-statespeedway.com or by calling (918) 575-1369.

For fans that cannot attend ASCS Sooner Region events in 2022, they can be seen live on http://www.racindirt.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

Forler sweeps ASCS Frontier weekend, wins the Harvey Ostermiller at Big Sky
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

BILLINGS, Mont. - Logan Forler dominated for a second straight night on Saturday and easily won the Harvey Ostermiller Memorial in ASCS Frontier Region sprint car action at Big Sky Speedway.

The reigning series champion out of Boise, Idaho led all 30 laps and cruised to the victory aboard the Steve Forler No. 2L Fisher-powered Maxim. It was Forler's second straight year winning the Harvey Ostermiller Memorial, run in memory of the respected and influential Montana sprint car pioneer who was also involved financially at Big Sky Speedway before his passing in 2016.

Forler has spent his 2022 season racing mostly 410 sprint cars on the west coast, but has twice come back out to Montana to race with the ASCS Frontier Region, racing four total races. He has won all four of those races, leading the series in victories, and all came at Big Sky Speedway.

Forler started on the pole thanks to his victory in the four-car pole shuffle, and immediately jetted out to the lead. Former series champion Phil Dietz of Laurel, Montana started outside Forler and was unable to chase him down early on. Dietz made attempts to take the lead on numerous restarts but couldn't make anything work. In a long green flag run to end the race, Forler won by 3.2 seconds over Dietz.

Though disappointed to not the win the race for the man he knew and highly respected, Dietz still got on the podium for the second straight night, finishing second aboard the Dietz Racing No. 72 Panella-powered Maxim. On the front stretch following the race, Dietz expressed his desire to see the Harvey Ostermiller Memorial become a bigger event in the coming years.

Driving for local owner Jerry Brey, Johnny Herrera of Albuquerque, New Mexico drove from the eighth starting spot to finish third aboard Brey's No. 17 Kannady-powered Maxim, this coming after constant battles with series points leader Trever Kirkland of Helena, Montana for positions throughout the race. Having advanced the most positions, Herrera got the hard charger nod and scored a $412 bonus coming mostly from the fans in the grandstands. The 12 represented Harvey Ostermiller's car owner as a driver and later an owner.

Kirkland finished fourth and now has a commanding 145-point lead over Great Falls, Montana driver Kory Wermling with five races to go. Wermling finished sixth in Saturday's race despite brake issues and severe damage to his nose wing, coming in behind fifth place finisher Kelly Miller of Coaldale, Alberta. The rest of the Top 10 were Tony Bruce Jr, Jordan Milne, Damon McCune and Blayne Brink.

Heat races earlier in the evening were won by Dietz and Bruce. Forler defeated Dietz in a thrilling final round of the pole shuffle to win the pole position for the main event. Kirkland and Bruce were the other participants.

Ian Myers of Great Falls, Montana finished 12th in the feature, but received a huge surprise in the form of a $1,200 bonus for finishing in that position thanks to the Ostermiller Family. Incidentally, Myers finished 12th on Friday night also and received a $112 bonus from a group of fans in Harvey Ostermiller's memory.

Next up for the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region sprint car tour is the annual Montana Roundup at Electric City Speedway after a several-year absence. The Great Falls, Montana track will host the ASCS Frontier Region for three nights on September 2, 3 and 4 - Friday, Saturday and Sunday - on Labor Day weekend.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with news and info on the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour and other ASCS regional tours, can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

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Brodix ASCS Frontier Region
Harvey Ostermiller Memorial
Big Sky Speedway
Billings, MT
August 20, 2022

Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. 72 Phil Dietz, 2. 37 Trever Kirkland, 3. 33t Tyler Driever, 4. 69r Damon McCune, 5. 17 Johnny Herrera, 6. 63 Chris Williams, 7. 24m Ian Myers, 8. 31 Shane Moore.

Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. 12h Tony Bruce Jr, 2. 2L Logan Forler, 3. 9k Kory Wermling, 4. 3 Jordan Milne, 5. 2jr Kelly Miller, 6. 21 Blayne Brink, 7. 12 Josh Ostermiller, DNS - 0J Jeremy McCune.

Pole Shuffle: 37 Trever Kirkland d. 12h Tony Bruce Jr. in Round 1. 72 Phil Dietz d. 37 Trever Kirkland in Round 2. 2L Logan Forler d. 72 Phil Dietz in Finale Round.

Feature (30 laps): 1. 2L Logan Forler, 2. 72 Phil Dietz, 3. 17 Johnny Herrera, 4. 37 Trever Kirkland, 5. 2jr Kelly Miller, 6. 9k Kory Wermling, 7. 12h Tony Bruce Jr, 8. 3 Jordan Milne, 9. 69r Damon McCune, 10. 21 Blayne Brink, 11. 31 Shane Moore, 12. 24m Ian Myers, 13. 63 Chris Williams, 14. 0J Jeremy McCune, 15. 33t Tyler Driever, 16. 12 Josh Ostermiller.

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

September 2, 3 & 4
Montana Roundup
Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT

September 9
Big Sky Supernationals
Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT

September 10
ASCS Frontier Region Season Finale
Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

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2022 ASCS Frontier Region feature winners

May 20 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage)
May 21 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage)
May 27 - Trever Kirkland at Electric City Speedway
May 28 - James Setters at Electric City Speedway
June 10 - Colby Thornhill at Gallatin Speedway
June 11 - Colby Thornhill at Big Sky Speedway
July 1 - Phil Dietz at Gallatin Speedway
July 3 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out)
July 4 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out)
July 15 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 16 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 29 - Kory Wermling at Gallatin Speedway
July 30 - Trever Kirkland at Big Sky Speedway
August 12 - Nick Haygood at Sweetwater Speedway
August 13 - Trever Kirkland at Sweetwater Speedway
August 19 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
August 20 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway

 

 

Forler dominates Ostermiller opener at Big Sky for ASCS Frontier Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

BILLINGS, Mont. - Logan Forler is three for three in Montana this season, picking up the opening night victory in the Harvey Ostermiller Memorial Friday at Big Sky Speedway for the ASCS Frontier Region sprint car series.

The Boise, Idaho driver won the series championship in 2021 but had been racing 410 and 360 sprint cars on the west coast all season. Forler decided to come back to Montana to race a couple of times now, and so far has won every main event he's started. That was no different on Friday night, when he charged from the fourth starting position and made the pass for the lead just a few laps into the main event and never looked back.

It was a dominant performance by Forler, who was never threatened for the lead once he was out front in his family's No. 2L Fisher-powered Maxim. With a long green flag run to end the race, Forler's margin of victory was 7.881 seconds.

All three of Forler's wins with the series this year have come at Big Sky Speedway. Forler swept July's Big Sky 360 Nationals at the Billings facility. He now looks to win the Harvey Ostermiller Memorial for the second straight year on Saturday night.

After leading the opening laps, Tony Bruce Jr. of Liberal, Kansas finished second aboard the Jerry Brey No. 12h Kannady-powered Maxim. While never able to challenge Forler for the lead, Bruce still finished comfortably in the runner-up position while Laurel, Montana's Phil Dietz finished third aboard the Dietz Racing No. 72 Panella-powered Maxim.

Tyler Driever of Meridian, Idaho made a last lap pass around Coaldale, Alberta's Kelly Miller to finish fourth and pick up the hard charger nod and some extra cash to go with it. Miller finished fifth, the last car on the lead lap.

Points leader Trever Kirkland had an eventful race, spinning out early on and making contact with another car. While second place points man Kory Wermling was towed off the track, Kirkland was able to refire and tag the back of the field. The Helena, Montana driver drove back up to finish sixth and maintain his points lead. Blayne Brink, Jeremy McCune, Jonny Herrera and Jordan Milne rounded out the Top 10.

Ian Myers picked up a $112 bonus for finishing 12th, that cash coming from a group of fans in tribute to Harvey Ostermiller, whose car owner as a driver and an owner was 12.

Heat races earlier in the evening were won by Bruce, Forler and Dietz. Bruce ended up on the pole for the main event after winning the four-car pole shuffle, defeating Dietz in the final round. Dietz had beaten Forler and McCune in the opening rounds before falling short of the sweep in the final.

Racing for Night 2 of the Harvey Ostermiller Memorial, run in memory of the Montana sprint car pioneer, is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. Mountain Time Saturday at the track located north of town on U.S. Hwy 87 on the way to Roundup. The ASCS Frontier Region sprint cars will be joined by WISSOTA midwest modifieds and street stocks, and IMCA modifieds on Saturday. Tickets are $20 with seniors getting in for $15. As is tradition at Big Sky Speedway, kids under 60 inches tall are in for free.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with news and info on the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour and other ASCS regional tours, can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

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Brodix ASCS Frontier Region Harvey Ostermiller Memorial - Night 1 Big Sky Speedway Billings, MT August 19, 2022

Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. 12h Tony Bruce Jr, 2. 33t Tyler Driever, 3. 17 Johnny Herrera, 4. 37 Trever Kirkland, 5. 31 Shane Moore, DNS - 28 Joe Perry.

Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. 2L Logan Forler, 2. 0J Jeremy McCune, 3. 21 Blayne Brink, 4. 24m Ian Myers, 5. 12 Josh Ostermiller, 6. 63 Chris Williams.

Heat 3 (8 laps): 1. 72 Phil Dietz, 2. 9k Kory Wermling, 3. 2jr Kelly Miller, 4. 69r Damon McCune, 5. 3 Jordan Milne.

Pole Shuffle: 72 Phil Dietz d. 2L Logan Forler in first round. 72 Phil Dietz d. 0J Jeremy McCune in second round. 12h Tony Bruce Jr. d. 72 Phil Dietz in final round.

Feature (25 laps): 1. 2L Logan Forler, 2. 12h Tony Bruce Jr, 3. 72 Phil Dietz, 4. 33t Tyler Driever, 5. 2jr Kelly Miller, 6. 37 Trever Kirkland, 7. 21 Blayne Brink, 8. 0J Jeremy McCune, 9. 17 Johnny Herrera, 10. 3 Jordan Milne, 11. 69r Damon McCune, 12. 24m Ian Myers, 13. 31 Shane Moore, 14. 12 Josh Ostermiller, 15. 63 Chris Williams, 16. 9k Kory Wermling.

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

August 20 Harvey Ostermiller Memorial finale Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

September 2, 3 & 4 Montana Roundup Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT

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2022 ASCS Frontier Region feature winners

May 20 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage) May 21 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage) May 27 - Trever Kirkland at Electric City Speedway May 28 - James Setters at Electric City Speedway June 10 - Colby Thornhill at Gallatin Speedway June 11 - Colby Thornhill at Big Sky Speedway July 1 - Phil Dietz at Gallatin Speedway July 3 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out) July 4 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out) July 15 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway July 16 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway July 29 - Kory Wermling at Gallatin Speedway July 30 - Trever Kirkland at Big Sky Speedway August 12 - Nick Haygood at Sweetwater Speedway August 13 - Trever Kirkland at Sweetwater Speedway August 20 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway

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Ostermiller Memorial at Big Sky next for ASCS Frontier
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

BILLINGS, Mont. - A special two nights of racing are next for the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, as it honors a beloved figure in Montana sprint car racing. The Harvey Ostermiller Memorial, presented by Kirkness Roofing and Briggs Distributing, is Friday and Saturday at Big Sky Speedway outside Billings.

The event, two nights for the first time, is in memory of the longtime Montana sprint car racer and later car owner. Ostermiller, who was loved and respected by all in the Montana sprint car community, passed away in 2016. An event bearing Harvey's name was run in 2018, won by J.J. Hickle. It was brought back last year and won by eventual series champion Logan Forler. Ostermiller was a major figure at Big Sky Speedway, having helped financially since its opening in the early 2000's and later its reopening in 2012.

Big Sky Speedway and Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, decided to extend the event to two days this year in an effort to make it a staple of Montana sprint car racing. Kirkness Roofing has stepped up to sponsor the event. At this time, Friday's main event will pay $1,500 to win while Saturday's finale will pay $2,000.

Trever Kirkland of Helena, Montana enters the event with a 113-point lead in the ASCS Frontier Region points standings, having won two of the last three races and leading the series with three wins overall. Kirkland won the last race at Big Sky Speedway, taking the Montana Summer Shootout on July 30th. He won last Saturday's Wyoming Sprint Car Showdown at Sweetwater Speedway. Kirkland, a former Montana sprint car champion seeking his first title under the ASCS banner, will look to add the Harvey Ostermiller Memorial to his resume this weekend.

After a successful and popular trial run a few weeks ago, the series will run the four-car pole shuffle in place of the redraw for main event starting positions for the top four cars in passing points in heat race action each night. Briggs Distributing is sponsoring, with $200 going to the pole shuffle winner each night and $100 each to the other three participants. A hard charger bonus from the grandstands will also be started up each night by the announce both, with Saturday's total being rounded up to end in 12 as a nod to Ostermiller's longtime car number as a driver and an owner. Other bonuses for drivers will be accepted during the weekend.

Racing is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. Mountain Time both nights at the track located north of town on U.S. Hwy 87 on the way to Roundup. The ASCS Frontier Region sprint cars will be joined by WISSOTA midwest modifieds and street stocks both nights. Sport compacts will race Friday and are then replaced by IMCA modifieds on Saturday. Tickets each day are $20 with seniors getting in for $15. As is tradition at Big Sky Speedway, kids under 60 inches tall are in for free.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with news and info on the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour and other ASCS regional tours, can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

August 19 & 20
Harvey Ostermiller Memorial
Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

September 2, 3 & 4
Montana Roundup
Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT

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2022 ASCS Frontier Region feature winners

May 20 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage)
May 21 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage)
May 27 - Trever Kirkland at Electric City Speedway
May 28 - James Setters at Electric City Speedway
June 10 - Colby Thornhill at Gallatin Speedway
June 11 - Colby Thornhill at Big Sky Speedway
July 1 - Phil Dietz at Gallatin Speedway
July 3 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out)
July 4 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out)
July 15 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 16 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 29 - Kory Wermling at Gallatin Speedway
July 30 - Trever Kirkland at Big Sky Speedway
August 12 - Nick Haygood at Sweetwater Speedway
August 13 - Trever Kirkland at Sweetwater Speedway

 

 

 

Kirkland wins Rock Springs ASCS Frontier finale
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

ROCK SPRINGS, Wyo. - Trever Kirkland added to his points lead when he won his third ASCS Frontier Region sprint car main event of the season, taking Saturday's Wyoming Sprint Car Showdown finale at Sweetwater Speedway.

Kirkland led all 20 laps aboard the Kirkland Racing No. 37 Shark-powered Triple X, taking the lead on the start and never looking back. That third win leads all drivers in ASCS Frontier competition and the Helena, Montana driver also increased his lead to over 100 points. Kirkland has won two of the last three races and has been on the podium in six of the last seven.

A multi-car melee that took out three cars on the initial start was the only stoppage. Michael Bingham flipped upside down but emerged from his car uninjured. After a lengthy delay to repair the catch fence in Turn 2, the second attempt to start the race was successful and they ran 20 straight green flag laps.

Denver, Colorado driver Nick Haygood, who dominated and easily won Friday's race at Sweetwater, was no match for Kirkland on Saturday, but backed up the Friday victory with a second place run in the Rick Lowery No. 1 USA Performance-powered Maxim. Kory Wermling of Great Falls, Montana finished third aboard his family's No. 9k Moyle-powered Maxim and moved into second place in the standings after Alberta's Kelly Miller lost a motor in hotlaps and scratched for the evening. Mike Manwill of Idaho Falls, Idaho was fourth.

Haygood and Kirkland won heat races earlier in the evening.

Next for the ASCS Frontier Region is a return to Big Sky Speedway for the Harvey Ostermiller Memorial, a two-night event for the first time on August 19th and 20th.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with news and info on the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour and other ASCS regional tours, can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

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Brodix ASCS Frontier Region
Wyoming Sprint Car Showdown
Sweetwater Speedway
Rock Springs, WY
August 13, 2022

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

Heat 1 (6 laps): 1. 1 Nick Haygood, 2. 24m Ian Myers, 3. 38 Caleb Crowther, DNS - 2jr Kelly Miller

Heat 2 (6 laps): 1. 37 Trever Kirkland, 2. 9k Kory Wermling, 3. 77 Michael Bingham, 4. 2x Mike Manwill.

Feature (20 laps): 1. 37 Trever Kirkland, 2. 1 Nick Haygood, 3. 9k Kory Wermling, 4. 2x Mike Manwill, 5. 38 Caleb Crowther, 6. 77 Michael Bingham, 7. 24m Ian Myers, DNS - 2jr Kelly Miller.

Lap leaders: Trever Kirkland 1-20

 

 

Haygood dominates Rock Springs opener, takes ASCS Frontier checkers
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

ROCK SPRINGS, Wyo. - Nick Haygood, making his first appearance of the season with the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region sprint car series, dominated and picked up the victory in Friday's Wyoming Sprint Car Showdown opener at Sweetwater Speedway.

The Denver, Colorado driver led all 20 laps after starting on the outside of the front row. Haygood took the lead from pole sitter Ian Myers on the start and in Turns 1 and 2 rode high around the outside of the track and cleared a dive bomb slider by points leader Trever Kirkland. Haygood immediately checked out from there and was never threatened aboard the Rick Lowery No. 1 USA Performance-powered Maxim.

The only caution of the main event came with three laps completed. Kirkland attempted a pass around Haygood on the bottom of Turns 1 and 2 on the restart, but could not make anything work and instead lost second place to Coaldale, Alberta's Kelly Miller, who sailed around the top side to take over the runner-up position. Miller, however, was unable to pose any challenge to Haygood, who won by a margin of over 6.2 seconds.

Miller's second place finish was his best of the season in ASCS Frontier Region competition aboard the KDM Motorsports No. 2jr AMS-powered EMI. Miller entered the night tied with Great Falls, Montana driver Kory Wermling for second in the points standings. Miller regained the position outright and also shaved seven points off of Kirkland's lead. Kirkland meanwhile got on the podium for the fifth time in the last six races, finishing third aboard the Kirkland Racing No. 37 Shark-powered Maxim. The Helena, Montana driver now leads Miller by 86 points unofficially.

Wermling finished fourth and Michael Bingham of Craig, Colorado finished fifth.

Heat races earlier in the evening were won by Kirkland and Wermling.

The Wyoming Sprint Car Showdown concludes Saturday at Sweetwater Speedway. The following weekend sees the series return to Big Sky Speedway for the Harvey Ostermiller Memorial, a two-night event for the first time on August 19th and 20th.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with news and info on the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour and other ASCS regional tours, can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

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Brodix ASCS Frontier Region
Wyoming Sprint Car Showdown - Night 1
Sweetwater Speedway
Rock Springs, WY
August 12, 2022

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

Heat 1 (6 laps): 1. 37 Trever Kirkland, 2. 24m Ian Myers, 3. 77 Michael Bingham, 4. 2x Mike Manwill.

Heat 2 (6 laps): 1. 9k Kory Wermling, 2. 1 Nick Haygood, 3. 2jr Kelly Miller, 4. 38 Caleb Crowther.

Feature (20 laps): 1. 1 Nick Haygood, 2. 2jr Kelly Miller, 3. 37 Trever Kirkland, 4. 9k Kory Wermling, 5. 77 Michael Bingham, 6. 24m Ian Myers, 7. 38 Caleb Crowther, 8. 2x Mike Manwill.

Lap leaders: Nick Haygood 1-20

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

August 13
Wyoming Sprint Car Showdown finale
Sweetwater Speedway - Rock Springs, WY
August 19 & 20
Harvey Ostermiller Memorial
Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

September 2, 3 & 4
Montana Roundup
Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT

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2022 ASCS Frontier Region feature winners

May 20 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage)
May 21 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage)
May 27 - Trever Kirkland at Electric City Speedway
May 28 - James Setters at Electric City Speedway
June 10 - Colby Thornhill at Gallatin Speedway
June 11 - Colby Thornhill at Big Sky Speedway
July 1 - Phil Dietz at Gallatin Speedway
July 3 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out)
July 4 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out)
July 15 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 16 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 29 - Kory Wermling at Gallatin Speedway
July 30 - Trever Kirkland at Big Sky Speedway
August 12 - Nick Haygood at Sweetwater Speedway

 

 

Brian Brown Dominates Night 2 of the 360 Knoxville Nationals!

Bryan Hulbert – KNOXVILLE, Iowa (August 5, 2022) Getting the lead at the start and never looking back, Brian Brown rocketed the Casey’s General Store/FVP No. 21 into Victory Lane on Mid-Am Qualifying Night of the 32nd annual 360 Knoxville Nationals presented by Great Southern Bank.

Brown’s 18th career win in the 360 division at the Knoxville Raceway, the win ties him for fifth in all-time at the half-mile. The triumph was No. 20 for the Missouri driver with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network.

“It’s good to be here. You know, the 360 Nationals really hasn’t been, well, our final night has been good to us, but our qualifying nights; I just don’t seem like I qualify very well, so that digs us a hole, and we start deep, but everyone on this Casey’s/FVP car did a phenomenal job tonight,” said Brown, who now holds the distinction of being the only driver in the top five in both 360 and 410 wins all-time at the Knoxville Raceway.

Finding traffic by Lap 8, Brown paced over Christopher Thram, who was being pursued by Terry McCarl, as the red lights came on for Davey Heskin, who went for a ride in the first and second turns. Collecting Kaleb Johnson and Kelby Watt in the process, all drivers involved were unharmed.

Back to green, Brown again put time over the field as McCarl went to work on Thram for second. Taking the runner-up spot on Lap 13, Terry worked around the half-mile looking for an advantage, but here no catching the Impact Signs/Rowdy Energy No. 21.

Crossing 4.022-seconds to the good, McCarl in second was joined on the podium by Lynton Jeffrey, who took third with three to go. Christopher Thram ended up fourth, with Clint Garner in fifth.

Working third at the start of the A-Feature, Wayne Johnson slipped back to sixth, with Cale Thomas taking seventh on the closing lap from Kyle Larson, who made up 13 positions for eighth. Tasker Phillips crossed ninth, with Blake Hahn completing the top ten.

With both preliminary nights in the books, Lynton Jeffrey amassed enough points to earn the pole in Saturday’s A-Feature for the first time in his third event appearance. Aaron Reutzel will start to his right, with Clint Garner, Terry McCarl, and Brian Brown making up the top five starters.

Friday’s Mid-Am Qualifying Night had 56 of a scheduled 58 drivers on hand, bringing the total drivers checking in to 107 for the 2022 event. The night’s Driver’s Project quick qualifier was Kelby Watt at 16.422-seconds. SCE Gaskets Heat Races were won by Davey Heskin, Tasker Phillips, Austin Miller, Lynton Jeffrey, and Ian Madsen. The C-Feature went to Clayton Christensen, with the B-Feature won by Kyle Larson.

The 32nd annual 360 Knoxville Nationals presented by Great Southern Bank concludes on Saturday, August 6, with cars on track starting at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Information on the track is online at http://www.knoxvilleraceway.com. Fans not able to attend can see the Knoxville Nationals on http://www.dirtvision.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, Iowa) 32nd annual 360 Knoxville Nationals Friday, August 5, 2022

Car Count: 56 Event Count: 107

The Driver's Project Qualifying (2 Cars, 2 Laps)

Qualifying: 1. 6-Kelby Watt, 16.422[1]; 2. 18R-Ryan Roberts, 16.485[8]; 3. 40-Clint Garner, 16.502[4]; 4. 2K-Lynton Jeffrey, 16.560[33]; 5. 5-Brady Forbrook, 16.591[40]; 6. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 16.599[26]; 7. 24-Terry McCarl, 16.599[24]; 8. 57-Kyle Larson, 16.650[20]; 9. 21-Brian Brown, 16.650[37]; 10. 52-Blake Hahn, 16.687[16]; 11. 24T-Christopher Thram, 16.700[18]; 12. 7TAZ-Tasker Phillips, 16.717[29]; 13. 27-Carson McCarl, 16.721[10]; 14. 39-Justin Sanders, 16.759[38]; 15. 7BC-Tyler Courtney, 16.784[30]; 16. 94-Jeff Swindell, 16.842[5]; 17. 27H-Daryn Pittman, 16.871[49]; 18. 1X-Tim Crawley, 16.875[6]; 19. 21H-Brady Bacon, 16.877[22]; 20. 49X-Cale Thomas, 16.897[23]; 21. 2M-Davey Heskin, 16.923[43]; 22. 4-Cameron Martin, 16.940[52]; 23. 22K-Kaleb Johnson, 16.959[14]; 24. 11N-Harli White, 16.962[27]; 25. 15-Bobby Mincer, 16.962[15]; 26. 5M-Collin Moyle, 16.983[12]; 27. 8M-Kade Morton, 17.012[54]; 28. 83-Austin Miller, 17.020[13]; 29. 199-Ryan Bowers, 17.047[7]; 30. 64-Ian Madsen, 17.079[21]; 31. 14T-Brooke Tatnell, 17.079[32]; 32. 4W-Jamie Ball, 17.079[48]; 33. 8H-Jacob Hughes, 17.081[28]; 34. 9MB-JJ Beaver, 17.110[19]; 35. 16A-Colby Copeland, 17.112[31]; 36. 50Z-Zach Chappell, 17.116[9]; 37. 27B-Jake Bubak, 17.127[55]; 38. 99-Tony Rost, 17.131[56]; 39. 21G-Gunner Ramey, 17.164[42]; 40. 2JR-Kelly Miller, 17.193[50]; 41. 6J-Jett Carney, 17.211[3]; 42. 1CC-Clayton Christensen, 17.222[41]; 43. 7B-Ben Brown, 17.269[36]; 44. 28-Luke Verardi, 17.271[25]; 45. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 17.379[47]; 46. 41-Chase Moran, 17.383[53]; 47. 1A-John Anderson, 17.475[17]; 48. 5T-Ryan Timms, 17.513[44]; 49. 4D-Charles Davis Jr, 17.528[11]; 50. 83JR-Sam Henderson, 17.578[46]; 51. 33-Alan Zoutte, 17.772[51]; 52. 2D-Dylan Opdahl, 17.971[45]; 53. 3M-Mike Pennel, 18.098[39]; 54. 4S-Adam Speckman, 18.443[35]; 55. (DNS) 7-Tyler Lee, NT; 56. (DQ) 47X-Dylan Westbrook, DQ **Dylan Westbrook disqualified for failing to report to the scales.

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Top 4 to A, Next 4 to B, Next 2 to C)

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 2M-Davey Heskin[2]; 2. 24T-Christopher Thram[4]; 3. 6-Kelby Watt[6]; 4. 2C-Wayne Johnson[5]; 5. 94-Jeff Swindell[3]; 6. 14T-Brooke Tatnell[7]; 7. 5M-Collin Moyle[1]; 8. 50Z-Zach Chappell[8]; 9. 6J-Jett Carney[9]; 10. (DNF) 41-Chase Moran[10]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 7TAZ-Tasker Phillips[4]; 2. 24-Terry McCarl[5]; 3. 4-Cameron Martin[2]; 4. 27B-Jake Bubak[8]; 5. 4W-Jamie Ball[7]; 6. 8M-Kade Morton[1]; 7. 18R-Ryan Roberts[6]; 8. 1A-John Anderson[10]; 9. 1CC-Clayton Christensen[9]; 10. (DNF) 27H-Daryn Pittman[3]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 83-Austin Miller[1]; 2. 40-Clint Garner[6]; 3. 22K-Kaleb Johnson[2]; 4. 27-Carson McCarl[4]; 5. 57-Kyle Larson[5]; 6. 5T-Ryan Timms[10]; 7. 1X-Tim Crawley[3]; 8. 99-Tony Rost[8]; 9. 7B-Ben Brown[9]; 10. 8H-Jacob Hughes[7]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 2K-Lynton Jeffrey[6]; 2. 21-Brian Brown[5]; 3. 11N-Harli White[2]; 4. 39-Justin Sanders[4]; 5. 21H-Brady Bacon[3]; 6. 21G-Gunner Ramey[8]; 7. 9MB-JJ Beaver[7]; 8. 28-Luke Verardi[9]; 9. 199-Ryan Bowers[1]; 10. 4D-Charles Davis Jr[10]

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 64-Ian Madsen[1]; 2. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[4]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn[5]; 4. 49X-Cale Thomas[3]; 5. 5-Brady Forbrook[6]; 6. 2JR-Kelly Miller[8]; 7. 16A-Colby Copeland[7]; 8. 17B-Ryan Bickett[9]; 9. 83JR-Sam Henderson[10]; 10. 15-Bobby Mincer[2]

Superior Steering Wheel C-Feature (Top 4 advance to the B-Feature)

C Feature (8 Laps): 1. 1CC-Clayton Christensen[2]; 2. 6J-Jett Carney[1]; 3. 7B-Ben Brown[3]; 4. 4D-Charles Davis Jr[4]; 5. 33-Alan Zoutte[6]; 6. 83JR-Sam Henderson[5]; 7. 3M-Mike Pennel[7]; 8. 4S-Adam Speckman[8]; 9. (DNS) 27H-Daryn Pittman; 10. (DNS) 15-Bobby Mincer; 11. (DNS) 199-Ryan Bowers; 12. (DNS) 8H-Jacob Hughes; 13. (DNS) 41-Chase Moran; 14. (DNS) 2D-Dylan Opdahl; 15. (DNS) 7-Tyler Lee; 16. (DNS) 47X-Dylan Westbrook

BMRS B-Feature (Top 4 advance to the A-Feature)

B Feature (12 Laps): 1. 57-Kyle Larson[3]; 2. 21H-Brady Bacon[6]; 3. 18R-Ryan Roberts[1]; 4. 5-Brady Forbrook[2]; 5. 94-Jeff Swindell[4]; 6. 14T-Brooke Tatnell[9]; 7. 4W-Jamie Ball[10]; 8. 16A-Colby Copeland[12]; 9. 7B-Ben Brown[23]; 10. 8M-Kade Morton[8]; 11. 21G-Gunner Ramey[15]; 12. 2JR-Kelly Miller[16]; 13. 99-Tony Rost[14]; 14. 28-Luke Verardi[17]; 15. 17B-Ryan Bickett[18]; 16. 4D-Charles Davis Jr[24]; 17. 1CC-Clayton Christensen[21]; 18. 6J-Jett Carney[22]; 19. 1A-John Anderson[19]; 20. 5T-Ryan Timms[20]; 21. 50Z-Zach Chappell[13]; 22. 1X-Tim Crawley[5]; 23. 9MB-JJ Beaver[11]; 24. (DNS) 5M-Collin Moyle

A-Feature

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 21-Brian Brown[3]; 2. 24-Terry McCarl[4]; 3. 2K-Lynton Jeffrey[6]; 4. 24T-Christopher Thram[1]; 5. 40-Clint Garner[7]; 6. 2C-Wayne Johnson[5]; 7. 49X-Cale Thomas[13]; 8. 57-Kyle Larson[21]; 9. 7TAZ-Tasker Phillips[9]; 10. 52-Blake Hahn[2]; 11. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[12]; 12. 64-Ian Madsen[19]; 13. 27-Carson McCarl[10]; 14. 21H-Brady Bacon[22]; 15. 39-Justin Sanders[11]; 16. 11N-Harli White[17]; 17. 27B-Jake Bubak[20]; 18. 5-Brady Forbrook[24]; 19. 18R-Ryan Roberts[23]; 20. 22K-Kaleb Johnson[16]; 21. 4-Cameron Martin[15]; 22. 83-Austin Miller[18]; 23. 6-Kelby Watt[8]; 24. 2M-Davey Heskin[14]

Lap Leader(s): Brian Brown 1-20 Hard Charger: Kyle Larson +13 Quick Time: Kelby Watt 16.422-seconds High Point Driver: N/A Provisional(s): N/A

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2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 4 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park; 7/23 – I-30 Speedway); Tim Crawley – 2 (7/22 – Batesville Motor Speedway; 7/26 – Tulsa Speedway); Derek Hagar – 2 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 2 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 7/27 – Caney Valley Speedway); Matt Covington – 2 (7/1 – Boone County Raceway; 7/28 – 81-Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 1 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway; 8/4 – Knoxville Raceway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/2 – WaKeeney Speedway); Zach Blurton – 1 (7/3 – WaKeeney Speedway); Gunner Ramey - 1 (7/15 – U.S. 36 Raceway); Blake Hahn – 1 (8/2 – Lakeside Speedway) Brian Brown – 1 (8/5 – Knoxville Raceway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15 – Points will be updated after Knoxville): 1. Blake Hahn 2,311; 2. Wayne Johnson 2,302; 3. Tim Crawley 2,263; 4. Matt Covington 2,205; 5. Jason Martin 2,188; 6. Brandon Anderson 2,117; 7. Landon Britt 1,899; 8. Landon Crawley 1,888; 9. Kyler Johnson 1,872; 10. Ryan Bickett 1,811; 11. Garet Williamson 1,751; 12. Dylan Postier 1,697; 13. Dylan Opdahl 1,585; 14. Dylan Westbrook 1,164; 15. Dale Howard 890;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)** 2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)** 2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R) 10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R) 10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R) 17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD) 24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO) 36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R) 45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R) 52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)** 55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R) 95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK) 187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R) (R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie ** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

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Sam Hafertepe, Jr. Triumphant In 360 Knoxville Nationals Opener!

Bryan Hulbert – KNOXVILLE, Iowa (August 4, 2022) A slide for the lead, then working to the hub of the Knoxville Raceway, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. captured the opening night of the 32nd annual 360 Knoxville Nationals presented by Great Southern Bank.

The third time the driver of the Hills Racing Team No. 15h has stood in Victory Lane at the famed half-mile in 360cid competition, the win was Sam’s 60th with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network.

“Tonight, we had a really good racecar, and the guys just kept working all night long. We weren’t good in Time Trials, we weren’t good in the Heat Race, but we turned the wick up in the Feature and really got going,” stated Hafertepe.

“I have to thank Miles Hill. Without him, none of these guys could be out here working for us, and this equipment we have it’s unbelievable.

Chasing Thomas Kennedy at the start, the No. 21k paced the opening six revolutions while Hafertepe moved from fourth to the runner-up spot on Lap 5. Quickly reeling in Kennedy, the No. 15h shot to the lead with seven in the books.

Slowed with 13 laps to run as Alex Vande Voort came to a stop just off the front straightaway after contact that damaged the rear suspension, Hafertepe brought the field back to green and began putting distance on the field as the race from second through fifth was all over the track with Garet Williamson taking the spot from Kennedy.

Tracking down the No. 24w with seven to run, Giovanni Scelzi rushed to second and began trying to run down Hafertepe.

With traffic helping to bring the No. 15h back into view, there was no catching Hafertepe, who found the checkered flag waving with 1.906-seconds to spare. Giovanni Scelzi, in second, was joined by Aaron Reutzel, who grabbed up the third spot on Lap 17. Garet Williamson slipped to fourth, with early race leader Thomas Kennedy, in fifth.

Bouncing in and out of the top five, Missouri’s Ayrton Gennetten ended up sixth, followed by Chase Randall from 11th. Matt Juhl, in eighth, was followed by Cory Eliason, with Parker Price-Miller moving from 16th to tenth.

The opening night of the 32nd annual 360 Knoxville Nationals presented by Great Southern Bank saw 51 of the scheduled 53 teams checking in. The Driver’s Project Quick Qualifier was Shane Golobic at 16.299-seconds; however, his night would end violently on Lap 1 of his Heat Race. Shane was ok. SCE Gaskets Heat Races were won by Giovanni Scelzi, Chase Randall, Parker Price-Miller, Corey Day, and Devin Kline. The C-Feature win went to Ryan Leavitt, with Austin McCarl topping the BMRS B-Feature.

The 32nd annual 360 Knoxville Nationals presented by Great Southern Bank continues on Friday, August 5, with cars on track starting at 6:45 P.M. (CDT). Information on the track is online at http://www.knoxvilleraceway.com. Fans not able to attend can see the Knoxville Nationals on http://www.dirtvision.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, Iowa) 32nd annual 360 Knoxville Nationals Thursday, August 4, 2022

Car Count: 51

The Driver's Project Qualifying (2 Cars, 2 Laps)

Qualifying: 1. 17W-Shane Golobic, 16.299[6]; 2. 3P-Sawyer Phillips, 16.332[2]; 3. 83H-Justin Henderson, 16.349[11]; 4. 8-Aaron Reutzel, 16.491[20]; 5. 3-Ayrton Gennetten, 16.577[14]; 6. 75AU-Tyler Blank, 16.657[1]; 7. 95-Matt Covington, 16.658[3]; 8. 71-Cory Eliason, 16.700[39]; 9. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, 16.733[12]; 10. 22X-Riley Goodno, 16.757[7]; 11. 18-Giovanni Scelzi, 16.767[24]; 12. 24W-Garet Williamson, 16.774[42]; 13. 21K-Thomas Kennedy, 16.778[23]; 14. 88-Austin McCarl, 16.786[28]; 15. 36-Jason Martin, 16.791[16]; 16. 09-Matt Juhl, 16.799[17]; 17. 9-Chase Randall, 16.847[47]; 18. 53D-Jack Dover, 16.893[5]; 19. 14-Corey Day, 16.958[26]; 20. 20-Anthony Macri, 16.997[8]; 21. 55T-McKenna Haase, 16.998[32]; 22. 26-Zeb Wise, 17.010[41]; 23. 11M-Parker Price Miller, 17.078[50]; 24. 5A-Alex Vande Voort, 17.079[22]; 25. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 17.093[4]; 26. 44-Chris Martin, 17.100[19]; 27. 91-Kyle Reinhardt, 17.102[27]; 28. 23-Devon Dobie, 17.130[10]; 29. 10P-Dylan Postier, 17.147[13]; 30. 7C-Devin Kline, 17.165[25]; 31. 7M-Chance Morton, 17.191[36]; 32. 70-Calvin Landis, 17.203[37]; 33. 17-Matt Allen, 17.243[18]; 34. 26H-Scott Bogucki, 17.259[48]; 35. 13V-Seth Brahmer, 17.274[21]; 36. 9G-Ryan Giles, 17.291[49]; 37. 53-Joe Beaver, 17.342[38]; 38. 35-Skylar Prochaska, 17.361[51]; 39. 24N-Nathan Mills, 17.423[43]; 40. 45-Rusty Hickman, 17.494[29]; 41. 22W-Aaron Werner, 17.525[15]; 42. 2-Alex Pettas, 17.537[9]; 43. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 17.570[44]; 44. 22-Ryan Leavitt, 17.842[46]; 45. 4H-Cody Hansen, 17.862[40]; 46. 19-Wes Wofford, 17.871[30]; 47. 6C-Logan Calderwood, 17.984[33]; 48. 9M-Ricky Montgomery, 18.071[31]; 49. 10-Landon Britt, 18.159[35]; 50. (DNS) 42-Sye Lynch, NT; 51. (DNS) 2P-Chase Porter, NT

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Top 4 to A, Next 4 to B, Next 2 to C)

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 18-Giovanni Scelzi[4]; 2. 44-Chris Martin[1]; 3. 09-Matt Juhl[3]; 4. 55T-McKenna Haase[2]; 5. 9G-Ryan Giles[8]; 6. 75AU-Tyler Blank[5]; 7. 7M-Chance Morton[7]; 8. 19-Wes Wofford[10]; 9. 22W-Aaron Werner[9]; 10. (DNF) 17W-Shane Golobic[6]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 9-Chase Randall[3]; 2. 26-Zeb Wise[2]; 3. 91-Kyle Reinhardt[1]; 4. 24W-Garet Williamson[4]; 5. 95-Matt Covington[5]; 6. 53-Joe Beaver[8]; 7. 70-Calvin Landis[7]; 8. 6C-Logan Calderwood[10]; 9. 2-Alex Pettas[9]; 10. 3P-Sawyer Phillips[6]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 11M-Parker Price Miller[2]; 2. 21K-Thomas Kennedy[4]; 3. 71-Cory Eliason[5]; 4. 83H-Justin Henderson[6]; 5. 35-Skylar Prochaska[8]; 6. 53D-Jack Dover[3]; 7. 23-Devon Dobie[1]; 8. 55B-Brandon Anderson[9]; 9. 9M-Ricky Montgomery[10]; 10. (DNS) 17-Matt Allen

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 14-Corey Day[3]; 2. 8-Aaron Reutzel[6]; 3. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[5]; 4. 5A-Alex Vande Voort[2]; 5. 88-Austin McCarl[4]; 6. 10P-Dylan Postier[1]; 7. 26H-Scott Bogucki[7]; 8. 24N-Nathan Mills[8]; 9. 22-Ryan Leavitt[9]; 10. 10-Landon Britt[10]

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 7C-Devin Kline[1]; 2. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[6]; 3. 36-Jason Martin[4]; 4. 20-Anthony Macri[3]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson[2]; 6. 22X-Riley Goodno[5]; 7. 45-Rusty Hickman[8]; 8. 42-Sye Lynch[10]; 9. 13V-Seth Brahmer[7]; 10. 4H-Cody Hansen[9]

Superior Steering Wheel C-Feature (Top 4 advance to the B-Feature)

C Feature (8 Laps): 1. 22-Ryan Leavitt[3]; 2. 13V-Seth Brahmer[2]; 3. 22W-Aaron Werner[1]; 4. 2-Alex Pettas[4]; 5. 4H-Cody Hansen[6]; 6. 9M-Ricky Montgomery[5]; 7. 10-Landon Britt[7]; 8. (DNS) 17W-Shane Golobic; 9. (DNS) 3P-Sawyer Phillips; 10. (DNS) 17-Matt Allen; 11. (DNS) 2P-Chase Porter

BMRS B-Feature (Top 4 advance to the A-Feature)

B Feature (12 Laps): 1. 88-Austin McCarl[4]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 3. 53D-Jack Dover[5]; 4. 22X-Riley Goodno[3]; 5. 35-Skylar Prochaska[14]; 6. 75AU-Tyler Blank[1]; 7. 7M-Chance Morton[9]; 8. 23-Devon Dobie[7]; 9. 45-Rusty Hickman[16]; 10. 45X-Kyler Johnson[6]; 11. 22-Ryan Leavitt[21]; 12. 10P-Dylan Postier[8]; 13. 55B-Brandon Anderson[17]; 14. 42-Sye Lynch[20]; 15. 13V-Seth Brahmer[22]; 16. 6C-Logan Calderwood[19]; 17. 22W-Aaron Werner[23]; 18. 19-Wes Wofford[18]; 19. (DNF) 26H-Scott Bogucki[11]; 20. (DNF) 2-Alex Pettas[24]; 21. (DNF) 24N-Nathan Mills[15]; 22. (DNF) 9G-Ryan Giles[12]; 23. (DNS) 70-Calvin Landis; 24. (DNS) 53-Joe Beaver

A-Feature

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[4]; 2. 18-Giovanni Scelzi[3]; 3. 8-Aaron Reutzel[7]; 4. 24W-Garet Williamson[2]; 5. 21K-Thomas Kennedy[1]; 6. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[6]; 7. 9-Chase Randall[11]; 8. 09-Matt Juhl[10]; 9. 71-Cory Eliason[5]; 10. 11M-Parker Price Miller[16]; 11. 20-Anthony Macri[13]; 12. 88-Austin McCarl[21]; 13. 83H-Justin Henderson[8]; 14. 26-Zeb Wise[15]; 15. 14-Corey Day[12]; 16. 36-Jason Martin[9]; 17. 22X-Riley Goodno[24]; 18. 44-Chris Martin[18]; 19. 95-Matt Covington[22]; 20. 91-Kyle Reinhardt[19]; 21. 7C-Devin Kline[20]; 22. 55T-McKenna Haase[14]; 23. 53D-Jack Dover[23]; 24. 5A-Alex Vande Voort[17]

Lap Leader(s): Thomas Kennedy 1-6; Sam Hafertepe, Jr, 7-20 Hard Charger: Austin McCarl +9 Quick Time: Shane Golobic 16.299-seconds High Point Driver: N/A Provisional(s): N/A

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs] Instagram: LucasOilASCS Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 4 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park; 7/23 – I-30 Speedway); Tim Crawley – 2 (7/22 – Batesville Motor Speedway; 7/26 – Tulsa Speedway); Derek Hagar – 2 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 2 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 7/27 – Caney Valley Speedway); Matt Covington – 2 (7/1 – Boone County Raceway; 7/28 – 81-Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 1 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway; 8/4 – Knoxville Raceway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/2 – WaKeeney Speedway); Zach Blurton – 1 (7/3 – WaKeeney Speedway); Gunner Ramey - 1 (7/15 – U.S. 36 Raceway); Blake Hahn – 1 (8/2 – Lakeside Speedway)

2022 Driver Points (Top 15 – Points will be updated after Knoxville): 1. Blake Hahn 2,311; 2. Wayne Johnson 2,302; 3. Tim Crawley 2,263; 4. Matt Covington 2,205; 5. Jason Martin 2,188; 6. Brandon Anderson 2,117; 7. Landon Britt 1,899; 8. Landon Crawley 1,888; 9. Kyler Johnson 1,872; 10. Ryan Bickett 1,811; 11. Garet Williamson 1,751; 12. Dylan Postier 1,697; 13. Dylan Opdahl 1,585; 14. Dylan Westbrook 1,164; 15. Dale Howard 890;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)** 2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)** 2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R) 10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R) 10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R) 17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD) 24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO) 36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R) 45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R) 52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)** 55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R) 95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK) 187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R) (R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie ** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

Sponsors:

The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

All Champions of the American Sprint Car Series, from National to Regional Tours, will receive a new Superior Steering Wheel (https://superiorsteeringwheel.com). Hard Luck Award provided by Vahlco Wheels.

 

 

Blake Hahn Steals The Win At The Marmon/Keystone Road To Knoxville!

Bryan Hulbert – KANSAS CITY, Kan. (August 2, 2022) Leading the only lap that mattered, Blake Hahn made up a nearly 2.5-second disadvantage over the final five laps to steal the win away from Matt Covington off the final turn of the Marmon/Keystone Road to Knoxville at Lakeside Speedway on Tuesday night.

“We really needed this win. We’ve had some strong runs, but it’s about being in Victory Lane. We came in with a car that’s been fast the last few nights out, just needed to rein in my mistakes and take advantage of those chances to win, and tonight was the night. My crew had this thing fine-tuned. Dalton had it where I could run the top or the bottom,” stated Hahn of his first National win of the season.

Hahn’s 17th career victory with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, he is the seventh different winner in just as many tour appearances at the Kansas City oval and the 12th different winner on the 2022 season. The win also put Blake back atop the points by nine.

On stoppage working Lap 5, Hahn restarted fourth as Covington led the way. Taking over the runner-up spot on Lap 14, Hahn began picking through lapped traffic with Covington able to maintain nearly straightaway over the Sage Fruit, Co./CSR Garage No. 52. Down the closing five revolutions, Covington found his advantage dwindle slightly as he fought with traffic.

Getting clear of the slower cars, the field raced around to two laps to run. Still trailing by over a half straightaway, Hahn worked low to three and four and rolled a diamond through the first and second turns. Closing the gap to the white flag, Hahn again turned top to bottom through turns one and two with a massive run to turn three.

Entering on Covington’s back bumper, the No. 95 crept up as they rounded the fourth turn, exposing the low line to Hahn, who rotated through and powered by for the win.

Matt Covington settled for second, with Brandon Anderson posting his second career podium finish. Battling back and forth with the No. 55b for several laps, Jason Martin ended up fourth, with Ryan Timms moving from ninth to fifth.

Wayne Johnson rolled the hub from 11th to sixth, followed by Riley Goodno in seventh. Running top five much of the first half of the race, Australia’s Rusty Hickman ended up eighth, with Chase Porter and Tim Crawley making up the top ten.

The field of 20 settled into three SCE Gaskets Heat Races. Wins went to Brandon Anderson, Matt Covington, and Chase Porter. The Driver’s Project overall quick qualifier was Blake Hahn, setting a new track record at 15.021-seconds. The record was previously held by Ian Madsen at 15.121-seconds, set on August 11, 2020.

Up next for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network is the 32nd annual 360 Knoxville Nationals presented by Great Southern Bank at Knoxville Raceway. Happing August 4-6, the event will be shown exclusively on http://www.dirtvision.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour
ASCS Warrior Region
Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, Kan.)
Road to Knoxville
Tuesday, August 2, 2022

Car Count: 20

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 21-Gunner Ramey, 15.147[7]; 2. 22-Riley Goodno, 15.166[5]; 3. 45-Rusty Hickman, 15.362[1]; 4. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 15.489[3]; 5. 10P-Dylan Postier, 15.592[6]; 6. 1X-Tim Crawley, 15.598[2]; 7. 187-Landon Crawley, 15.886[4]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn, 15.023[6]; 2. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 15.048[7]; 3. 95-Matt Covington, 15.060[3]; 4. 5T-Ryan Timms, 15.253[4]; 5. 98P-Miles Paulus, 15.378[1]; 6. 7C-Chris Morgan, 15.539[2]; 7. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 15.574[5]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin, 15.336[4]; 2. 10-Landon Britt, 15.493[1]; 3. 22S-Slater Helt, 15.511[5]; 4. 2P-Chase Porter, 15.538[6]; 5. 2-Dylan Opdahl, NT 6. 45X-Kyler Johnson, NT

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (All drivers advance to the A-Feature)

SCE Gaskets Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 2. 45-Rusty Hickman[2]; 3. 22-Riley Goodno[3]; 4. 1X-Tim Crawley[6]; 5. 21-Gunner Ramey[4]; 6. 10P-Dylan Postier[5]; 7. 187-Landon Crawley[7]

SCE Gaskets Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 2. 5T-Ryan Timms[1]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 4. 2C-Wayne Johnson[3]; 5. 7C-Chris Morgan[6]; 6. 98P-Miles Paulus[5]; 7. 17B-Ryan Bickett[7]

SCE Gaskets Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 2P-Chase Porter[1]; 2. 36-Jason Martin[4]; 3. 10-Landon Britt[3]; 4. 22S-Slater Helt[2]; 5. 2-Dylan Opdahl[5]; 6. 45X-Kyler Johnson[6]

A-Feature

Lucas Oil A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson[4]; 4. 36-Jason Martin[1]; 5. 5T-Ryan Timms[9]; 6. 2C-Wayne Johnson[11]; 7. 22-Riley Goodno[7]; 8. 45-Rusty Hickman[6]; 9. 2P-Chase Porter[5]; 10. 1X-Tim Crawley[10]; 11. 98P-Miles Paulus[17]; 12. 10-Landon Britt[8]; 13. 17B-Ryan Bickett[19]; 14. 187-Landon Crawley[20]; 15. 10P-Dylan Postier[18]; 16. 21-Gunner Ramey[12]; 17. 22S-Slater Helt[13]; 18. 7C-Chris Morgan[14]; 19. 45X-Kyler Johnson[16]; 20. 2-Dylan Opdahl[15]

Lap Leader(s): Matt Covington 1-24; Blake Hahn 25
Hard Charger: Miles Paulus +6
Quick Time: Blake Hahn 15.021-seconds (NTR)
High Point Driver: Jason Martin
Provisional(s): N/A

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 4 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park; 7/23 – I-30 Speedway); Tim Crawley – 2 (7/22 – Batesville Motor Speedway; 7/26 – Tulsa Speedway); Derek Hagar – 2 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 2 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 7/27 – Caney Valley Speedway); Matt Covington – 2 (7/1 – Boone County Raceway; 7/28 – 81-Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 1 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/2 – WaKeeney Speedway); Zach Blurton – 1 (7/3 – WaKeeney Speedway); Gunner Ramey - 1 (7/15 – U.S. 36 Raceway); Blake Hahn – 1 (8/2 – Lakeside Speedway)

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Blake Hahn 2,311; 2. Wayne Johnson 2,302; 3. Tim Crawley 2,263; 4. Matt Covington 2,205; 5. Jason Martin 2,188; 6. Brandon Anderson 2,117; 7. Landon Britt 1,899; 8. Landon Crawley 1,888; 9. Kyler Johnson 1,872; 10. Ryan Bickett 1,811; 11. Garet Williamson 1,751; 12. Dylan Postier 1,697; 13. Dylan Opdahl 1,585; 14. Dylan Westbrook 1,164; 15. Dale Howard 890;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**
2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**
2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R)
10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)
10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)
17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)
24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)
36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)
45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)
52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**
55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)
95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)
187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)
(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie
** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

Sponsors:

The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

 

 

Lakeside Speedway Set For Tuesday’s Road To Knoxville Showdown

Bryan Hulbert – KANSAS CITY, Kan. (August 1, 2022) A nice tune-up for teams headed to Knoxville Raceway, the Marmon/Keystone Road to Knoxville featuring the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network and ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps takes place Tuesday, August 2 at Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City, Kan.

A $3,000 to win, $400 to start mid-week showdown, last year’s event saw Sam Hafertepe, Jr. roll into Victory Lane for the first time at the four-tenths-mile oval to become the sixth different winner in just as many visits by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series. Previous winners include Gary Wright (2007), Wayne Johnson (2008), Brian Brown (2016), Aaron Reutzel (2017), and Seth Bergman (2018).

Just off the 2022 Sizzlin’ Summer Speedweek, the points have changed substantially going into the Tuesday night affair, with Wayne Johnson reclaiming the top spot from Blake Hahn, who trails by 19.

Claiming the Speedweek title, Tim Crawley has positioned himself only 27 points behind Johnson in third. Winning at 81 Speedway on Thursday, Matt Covington moved to fourth over Jason Martin, who sits fifth. The top five are only separated by 122 markers.

Tuesday, August 2, the Pits open at 4:00 P.M. with Grandstands opening at 6:00 P.M. Teams will check in between 5:45 P.M. and 6:15 P.M. with Hot Laps at 7:00 P.M. and Racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $25 for Adults, $20 for Senior and Military, $10 for Youth (13-15), and free for Kids 12 and under. Additional classes include USRA Stock Cars and B-Mods.

Lakeside Speedway is located at 5615 Wolcott Dr. in Kansas City, Kan. For more information on the track, call (913) 299-9206 or log onto http://www.lakesidespeedway.net.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Quick Notes:

Who: Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series and ASCS Warrior Region
Where: Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, Kan.)
When: Tuesday, August 2, 2022

Times and Other Info:

Pits Gate: 4:00 P.M.
Grandstands: 6:00 P.M.
Draw: 5:45 P.M. – 6:15 P.M.
Driver’s Meeting: 6:30 P.M.
Hot Laps: 7:00 P.M.
Racing: 8:00 P.M.
Muffler Rule: Open
RACEceiver: 454.000

Prices:

Pit Pass: $40
Admission: $25
Kids 12 and under: Free

Contact Info:

Address: 5615 Wolcott Dr. Kansas City, KS 66109
Phone: (913) 299-9206
Website: http://lakesidespeedway.net
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lakesidespeedway.kansascity
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Lakeside_Spdwy

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs]
Instagram: LucasOilASCS
Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com
Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 4 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park; 7/23 – I-30 Speedway); Tim Crawley – 2 (7/22 – Batesville Motor Speedway; 7/26 – Tulsa Speedway); Derek Hagar – 2 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 2 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 7/27 – Caney Valley Speedway); Matt Covington – 2 (7/1 – Boone County Raceway; 7/28 – 81-Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 1 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/2 – WaKeeney Speedway); Zach Blurton – 1 (7/3 – WaKeeney Speedway); Gunner Ramey - 1 (7/15 – U.S. 36 Raceway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Wayne Johnson 2,180 2. Blake Hahn 2,161; 3. Tim Crawley 2,153; 4. Matt Covington 2,063; 5. Jason Martin 2,058; 6. Brandon Anderson 1,982; 7. Landon Britt 1,793; 8. Landon Crawley 1,786; 9. Kyler Johnson 1,780; 10. Garet Williamson 1,751; 11. Ryan Bickett 1,707; 12. Dylan Postier 1,597; 13. Dylan Opdahl 1,495; 14. Dylan Westbrook 1,164; 15. Dale Howard 890;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**
2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**
2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R)
10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)
10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)
17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)
24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)
36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)
45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)
52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**
55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)
95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)
187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)
(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie
** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

 

 

Kirkland pads ASCS Frontier points lead, takes Big Sky checkers
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

BILLINGS, Mont. - Sometimes, it just helps to be lucky. That happened for Trever Kirkland on Saturday night at Big Sky Speedway, as an ASCS Frontier Region sprint car main event win just fell into his lap with only a few laps remaining.

The Helena, Montana driver was running second to his longtime friend and rival Phil Dietz, and appeared destined to finish second for the fourth time in the last five races. Disaster struck for Dietz, however, when he jumped the cushion entering Turn 3, possibly caused by an issue discovered with the right rear tire after the race, and ended up off the track. Kirkland, who was nearly a straightaway behind, took advantage and drove into the lead on Lap 22 of the 25-lap feature. Dietz made it back onto the track and continued, but had fallen to third.

Suddenly in the lead, Kirkland made his way past a couple of slower cars in the remaining few laps, but had to hold off a furiously charging Kory Wermling in the final lap. Wermling got up to Kirkland's rear nerf bar as they exited Turn 4 for the checkered flag, but Kirkland held on for the surprise win.

It was Kirkland's second win of the season aboard the Kirkland Racing No. 37 Shark-powered Triple X, the first since winning the season opener May 27th at Electric City Speedway. It continues a string of strong runs for Kirkland since a big crash that came at Big Sky Speedway on June 11th, after which he still left with the points lead but was suddenly down on equipment and was down on luck. In those five races since, Kirkland ran second three straight times before a fourth place finish Friday night at Gallatin Speedway and then picking up the win on Saturday.

With the win, Kirkland increased his points lead to 93 unofficially over Kelly Miller and Wermling, who are now unofficially tied for second place in the ASCS Frontier Region points standings.

Wermling finished second aboard the family's No. 9k Moyle-powered Maxim, a night after picking up his first win of the season at Gallatin Speedway. The Great Falls, Montana driver earned a hard charger nod, coming from the eighth starting position to take the runner-up spot and complete a strong weekend.

Dietz, who was celebrating a birthday on Saturday, still finished third despite the heartbreaking mishap aboard the Dietz Racing No. 72 Panella-powered Maxim. After motoring away from Kirkland on the initial start, Dietz led the entire race and was in control until his mishap with less than four laps to go.

Kelly Miller finished fourth and Shad Petersen was fifth.

Kirkland and Dietz started on the front row together after Kirkland defeated Dietz in the final round of the four-car pole shuffle, which the series tried for a second night in a row instead of the redraw for the top four drivers in heat race passing points. Those heat races earlier in the evening were won by Kirkland and Bryan Gossel.

Up next for the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region sprint car series is its annual visit to Sweetwater Speedway in Rock Springs, Wyoming. The Wyoming Sprint Car Showdown is Friday and Saturday, August 12th and 13th. The following weekend sees the series return to Big Sky Speedway for the Harvey Ostermiller Memorial, a two-night event for the first time on August 19th and 20th.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with news and info on the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour and other ASCS regional tours, can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

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Brodix ASCS Frontier Region
Montana Summer Shootout
Big Sky Speedway
Billings, MT
July 30, 2022

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. 37 Trever Kirkland, 2. 2jr Kelly Miller, 3. 72 Phil Dietz, 4. 9k Kory Wermling, 5. 16g Austyn Gossel.

Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. 6g Bryan Gossel, 2. 24m Ian Myers, 3. 21 Blayne Brink, 4. 2n Shad Petersen, 5. 35m Cody Masse.

Pole Shuffle:
3 seed 72 Phil Dietz d. 4 seed 2jr Kelly Miller
3 seed 72 Phil Dietz d. 2 seed 6g Bryan Gossel
1 seed 37 Trever Kirkland d. 3 seed Phil Dietz

Feature (25 laps): 1. 37 Trever Kirkland, 9k Kory Wermling, 3. 72 Phil Dietz, 4. 2jr Kelly Miller, 5. 2n Shad Petersen, 6. 24m Ian Myers, 7. 21 Blayne Brink, 8. 35m Cody Masse, 9. 16g Austyn Gossel, 10. 6g Bryan Gossel.

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

August 12 & 13
Wyoming Sprint Car Showdown
Sweetwater Speedway - Rock Springs, WY

August 19 & 20
Harvey Ostermiller Memorial
Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

September 2, 3 & 4
Montana Roundup
Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT

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2022 ASCS Frontier Region feature winners

May 20 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage)
May 21 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage)
May 27 - Trever Kirkland at Electric City Speedway
May 28 - James Setters at Electric City Speedway
June 10 - Colby Thornhill at Gallatin Speedway
June 11 - Colby Thornhill at Big Sky Speedway
July 1 - Phil Dietz at Gallatin Speedway
July 3 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out)
July 4 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out)
July 15 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 16 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 29 - Kory Wermling at Gallatin Speedway
July 30 - Trever Kirkland at Big Sky Speedway

 

 

Rain Washes Out Speedweek Finale At Salina Highbanks Speedway

Bryan Hulbert - SALINA, Okla. (July 30, 2022) Heavy rain with more on the way have forced officials with the Salina Highbanks Speedway to call off events scheduled for Saturday, July 30 with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network.

With the rain out, Tim Crawley has earned the title of Speedweek Champion. The next event will be the Marmom/Keystone Road to Knoxville at Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City, Kan. on Tuesday, August 2.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

Wermling ends drought, scores ASCS Frontier checkers at Gallatin
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

BELGRADE, Mont. - Kory Wermling got a monkey off his back and dominated Friday's sprint car main event at Gallatin Speedway, picking up his ASCS Frontier Region victory of the season.

For the Great Falls, Montana driver it was his first win in more than a year, the last one being his first career 360 sprint car win that also came at Gallatin Speedway. A run of bad luck, including parts and motor failures, followed over the next year and Wermling was left wondering if he'd ever get win that second win. When things finally came together on Friday night, Wermling was eager to celebrate and was all smiles in victory lane on the front stretch.

Friday's win abord his No. 9k Moyle-powered Maxim also came easily for Wermling as he led all 25 laps in a race that was slowed only twice by caution flags. Taking the lead from pole sitter James Setters on the start, Wermling was never truly threatened for the lead. On both restarts Wermling motored away from Setters, and at times led by a straightaway.

Wermling and Setters started on the front row thanks to the series doing something a little different than usual. Agreeing to add to the show at the request of Gallatin Speedway, instead of doing the usual redraw the series instead ran a Chili Bowl-style pole shuffle for the top four cars in heat race points, and Wermling for a time put on a small show for the fans. Wermling was seeded third and first faced off against fourth seed Phil Dietz, defeating him in the first two-car, two-lap shootout, after multiple passes were traded between them and moving on to face the two seed Trever Kirkland. Wermling defeated Kirkland, the series points leader, after the two again traded multiple passes and advanced to face Setters, the high points driver, to settle who would start first and second for the main event. Setters kept Wermling from sweeping the shuffle and won the pole.

Despite defeating Wermling to win the pole shuffle, Setters was unable to challenge Wermling during the main event, but the Spirit Lake, Idaho driver did settle for a strong second place finish in the family's No. 2 Borello-powered Helix.

Laurel, Montana's Dietz and Helena, Montana's Kirkland traded passes for third place a couple of times during the event. Dietz, who won the last race at Gallatin Speedway on July 1st, ended up with the final spot on the podium, taking third aboard the Dietz Racing No. 72 Panella-powered Maxim.

Kirkland saw his run of three consecutive runner-up finishes snapped, but still finished fourth and one spot ahead of Coaldale, Alberta's Kelly Miller, which for Kirkland added five points to his lead, now at 73 over Miller in the ASCS Frontier Region point standings.

The rest of the Top 10 were Shane Moore, Austyn Gossel, Bryan Gossel, Ian Myers and Levi Dodge.

Heat races earlier in the evening were won by Kirkland and Dietz.

The series races again Saturday at Big Sky Speedway, located north of Billings. Racing is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. with admission being $20, with veterans and seniors in for $15. As is tradition at Big Sky Speedway, kids 60 inches and shorter are in for free. Midwest modifieds, street stocks and sport compacts join the ASCS Frontier sprint cars on the card.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with news and info on the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour and other ASCS regional tours, can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

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Brodix ASCS Frontier Region
Summer Clash at Belgrade
Gallatin Speedway
Belgrade, MT
July 29, 2022

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. 37 Trever Kirkland, 2. 2 James Setters, 3. 16G Austyn Gossel, 4. 38b Bryan Brown, 5. 17 Levi Dodge, DNS - 35m Cody Masse.

Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. 72 Phil Dietz, 2. 2jr Kelly Miller, 3. 9k Kory Wermling, 4. 31 Shane Moore, 5. 6G Bryan Gossel, 6. 24m Ian Myers.

Pole Shuffle:
3 seed 9k Kory Wermling d. 4 seed 72 Phil Dietz
3 seed 9k Kory Wermling d. 2 seed 37 Trever Kirkland
1 see 2 James Setters d. 3 seed Kory Wermling

Feature (25 laps): 1. 9k Kory Wermling, 2. 2 James Setters, 3. 72 Phil Dietz, 4. 37 Trever Kirkland, 5. 2jr Kelly Miller, 6. 31 Shane Moore, 7. 16g Austyn Gossel, 8. 6g Bryan Gossel, 9. 24m Ian Myers, 10. 17 Levi Dodge, 11. 38b Bryan Brown, DNS - 35m Cody Masse.

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

July 30
Montana Summer Shootout
Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

August 12 & 13
Wyoming Sprint Car Showdown
Sweetwater Speedway - Rock Springs, WY

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2022 ASCS Frontier Region feature winners

May 20 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage)
May 21 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage)
May 27 - Trever Kirkland at Electric City Speedway
May 28 - James Setters at Electric City Speedway
June 10 - Colby Thornhill at Gallatin Speedway
June 11 - Colby Thornhill at Big Sky Speedway
July 1 - Phil Dietz at Gallatin Speedway
July 3 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out)
July 4 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out)
July 15 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 16 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 29 - Kory Wermling at Gallatin Speedway

 

 

Rain Takes Friday's Speedweek Stop At Creek County Speedway

Bryan Hulbert - SAPULPA, Okla. (July 29, 2022) Heavy and persistent rainfall has forced officials with Creek County Speedway and the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network to call off events slated for Friday, July 29.

The ASCS Sizzlin Summer Speedweek is scheduled to continue Saturday, July 30 at the Salina Highbanks Speedway with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley's Racing Products joining the action.

Information on the Saturday event is as follows.

Pits: 3:00 P.M. Grandstands: 5:00 P.M. Draw: 5:00 P.M. – 5:30 P.M. Driver’s Meeting: 5:45 P.M. Hot Laps: 6:30 P.M. Racing: 7:15 P.M. Muffler: Open RACEceiver: 454.000

Tickets: $20 Youth (6-12): $10 Kids 5 & Under: Free

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour w/ASCS Sooner Region USRA B-Mods and Pure Stocks

Phone: (918) 434-7223 Address: 3164 OK-20, Pryor, OK 74361 Website: http://www.salinahighbanksspeedway.com Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/Salina-Highbanks-Speedway-106580361109037/

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.  For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

Matt Covington Unstoppable At 81-Speedway With The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series

Bryan Hulbert – PARK CITY, Kan. (July 28, 2022) Making it two wins with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network in 2022, Oklahoma’s Matt Covington took off from the pole and never looked back at 81-Speedway in Park City, Kan.

Taking the fifth round of the 2022 ASCS Sizzlin’ Summer Speedweek, the win is Matt’s 16th with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series since 2010 and marks the14th different state that Covington has won a National Tour event in.

"It’s been an up and down year, but it’s not all bad. We’re still out here racing Sprint Cars, so I can’t complain too much. It’s just part of it, so you better love it,” said Covington when asked about the season’s ups and downs.

“Big thanks to my crew guy, Matthew Howard, and his Mom, Linda Howard. It’s her engine in the car tonight. I had some engine problems, and she was nice enough to let me borrow it, and we’ve been running it the past two nights with some good runs, so I’m really glad to get the win for them tonight.”

Able to pull away from Wayne Johnson through the first part of the A-Feature, a brief slide through traffic allowed the No. 2c to close slightly, but for only a moment before caution lights displayed on Lap 14 for Brandon Anderson, who ran into the back of a slowing Blake Hahn, who suffered front suspension damage after slapping the wall. Both were able to continue.

Back to green with lapped cars in the mix, Covington would have to fend off a restart charge on Lap 17 as Dylan Westbrook went for a tumble in Turn 4 after getting into the wall.

Rolling down to the closing laps, the difference between Covington and Johnson began to decrease. From over 1.5-seconds, the gap dropped quickly as the leaders raced to the white flag. Barring down through the final two turns, time ran out as Covington found the checkered flag with 0.549-seconds to spare.

Holding on to second despite a souring engine, Wayne Johnson went from 19 points trailing to 19 points ahead. A fourth podium finish during his Speedweek run, Tim Crawley crossed third with Jason Martin holding off Landon Britt to complete the top five.

Rolling from 11th, Whit Gastineau ran sixth with Dale Howard seventh. Recovering from his accident, Brandon Anderson was the night’s Hard Charger, going 15th to eighth. Zach Blurton and Kyler Johnson made up the top ten.

The 20-car field rolled into a trio of SCE Gaskets Heat Races, with wins going to Wayne Johnson, Dylan Westbrook, and Danny Wood. The Driver’s Project Quick Qualifier was Dylan Westbrook at 13.959-seconds.

The sixth round of the ASCS Sizzlin’ Summer Speedweek takes place Friday, July 29, at Creek County Speedway in Sapulpa, Okla.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour
81-Speedway (Park City, Kan.)
Thursday, July 28, 2022
Speedweek - Night 5

Car Count: 20

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 14.074[3]; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett, 14.157[7]; 3. 36-Jason Martin, 14.294[2]; 4. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 14.302[1]; 5. 187-Landon Crawley, 14.333[5]; 6. 2W-Whit Gastineau, 14.377[4]; 7. 10C-Jeremy Campbell, 14.394[6]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook, 13.959[3]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn, 13.996[4]; 3. 1X-Tim Crawley, 14.219[6]; 4. 10-Landon Britt, 14.481[2]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 14.481[1]; 6. 10P-Dylan Postier, 14.512[5]; 7. 31M-Eric Matthews, 14.747[7]

SCE Gaskets Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 55-Danny Wood[1]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[3]; 3. 47-Dale Howard[2]; 4. 17B-Ryan Bickett[5]; 5. 2J-Zach Blurton[4]; 6. 2-Dylan Opdahl[6]

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (All drivers advance to the A-Feature)

SCE Gaskets Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin[2]; 2. 45X-Kyler Johnson[1]; 3. 2C-Wayne Johnson[4]; 4. 2W-Whit Gastineau[6]; 5. 14-Jordon Mallett[3]; 6. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[7]; 7. 187-Landon Crawley[5]

SCE Gaskets Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 1X-Tim Crawley[2]; 2. 10-Landon Britt[1]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 4. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[4]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson[5]; 6. 10P-Dylan Postier[6]; 7. 31M-Eric Matthews[7]

Lineup SCE Gaskets Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 55-Danny Wood; 2. 47-Dale Howard; 3. 95-Matt Covington; 4. 2J-Zach Blurton; 5. 17B-Ryan Bickett; 6. 2-Dylan Opdahl

A-Feature

Lucas Oil A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 2. 2C-Wayne Johnson[1]; 3. 1X-Tim Crawley[4]; 4. 36-Jason Martin[3]; 5. 10-Landon Britt[8]; 6. 2W-Whit Gastineau[11]; 7. 47-Dale Howard[10]; 8. 55B-Brandon Anderson[15]; 9. 2J-Zach Blurton[13]; 10. 45X-Kyler Johnson[7]; 11. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[16]; 12. 14-Jordon Mallett[14]; 13. 52-Blake Hahn[6]; 14. 10P-Dylan Postier[17]; 15. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[9]; 16. 187-Landon Crawley[20]; 17. 17B-Ryan Bickett[12]; 18. 2-Dylan Opdahl[18]; 19. 31M-Eric Matthews[19]; 20. 55-Danny Wood[5]

Lap Leader(s): Matt Covington 1-25
Hard Charger: Brandon Anderson +7
Quick Time: Dylan Westbrook - 13.959-seconds
High Point Driver: Tim Crawley
Provisional(s): N/A

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 4 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park; 7/23 – I-30 Speedway); Tim Crawley – 2 (7/22 – Batesville Motor Speedway; 7/26 – Tulsa Speedway); Derek Hagar – 2 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 2 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 7/27 – Caney Valley Speedway); Matt Covington – 2 (7/1 – Boone County Raceway; 7/28 – 81-Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 1 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/2 – WaKeeney Speedway); Zach Blurton – 1 (7/3 – WaKeeney Speedway); Gunner Ramey - 1 (7/15 – U.S. 36 Raceway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Wayne Johnson 2,180 2. Blake Hahn 2,161; 3. Tim Crawley 2,153; 4. Matt Covington 2,063; 5. Jason Martin 2,058; 6. Brandon Anderson 1,982; 7. Landon Britt 1,793; 8. Landon Crawley 1,786; 9. Kyler Johnson 1,780; 10. Garet Williamson 1,751; 11. Ryan Bickett 1,707; 12. Dylan Postier 1,597; 13. Dylan Opdahl 1,495; 14. Dylan Westbrook 1,164; 15. Dale Howard 890;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**
2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**
2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R)
10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)
10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)
17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)
24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)
36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)
45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)
52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**
55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)
95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)
187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)
(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie
** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

Sponsors:

The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

 

 

Dylan Westbrook Sails To Lucas Oil ASCS Win At Caney Valley Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – CANEY, Kan. (July 27, 2022) Winning a nail-biter of a race at Caney Valley Speedway, Dylan Westbrook made the last race charge to the lead and held on through slower traffic on the closing lap to win his second A-Feature of the season with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network.

“Everyone back home watching. You know Miles [Hill], I can’t thank him enough, along with the entire Hill family. Everyone who puts money into this team,” commented Westbrook in Victory Lane. “Early on, I just tried to figure out where I needed to be. We found the top of one and two really before everyone else.”

The fourth time that Westbrook has wheeled the Hills Racing Team No. 47x into Victory Lane with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, the win comes 364 days after his first career victory during Speedweek at Caney Valley Speedway.

Taking off third, Dylan rode fourth through the opening seven laps. Caution working Lap 8, the field reverted back to the seven revolution with Dylan chasing Tim Crawley, Blake Hahn, and Wayne Johnson.

Race for the lead on the restart, Hahn took the point from Crawley. Working the protect the low line in the first turn, the two made contact with Hahn going around. Keeping the car rolling, Hahn kept rolling in fifth.

Putting Johnson and Westbrook in the hunt, the No. 2c and No. 47x began swapping the runner-up spot. Taking the spot on Lap 12, Dylan put the TrueNorth.bet machine to the cushion and began reeling in the Ronnie Pitts Motorsports No. 1x.

Getting the run on Crawley through Lap 14, the move for the lead came the following time around.

Breathing room to the final two laps, a close call in traffic saw Dylan tap tires with Casey Wills off the second turn. Putting Crawley right back in the mix with Johnson chasing, the three were nearly nose to tail at the white flag, with Crawley nearly able to shoot under for the lead.

Able to fend off the challenge, Crawley gave it one last shot off the final turn but would have to settle for second. Wayne Johnson crossed third, with Matt Covington and Blake Hahn completing the top five.

Dale Howard picked up three spots to finish sixth, with Brandon Anderson seventh from 11th. Kyler Johnson crossed eighth, followed by Landon Crawley in ninth. Hard-charging from 21st, Landon Britt made up the top ten.

The 24-car field broke down into a trio of SCE Gaskets Heat Races, with wins going to Jordon Mallett, Blake Hahn, and Matt Covington. Breaking the 2020 track record held by Riley Goodno (12.965), Wayne Johnson set the new mark at 11.808-seconds.

The ASCS Sizzlin’ Summer Speedweek continues Thursday, July 28 at 81-Speedway in Park City, Kan.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour
Caney Valley Speedway (Caney, Kan.)
Wednesday, July 27, 2022
Speedweek - Night 4

Car Count: 24

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook, 11.909[6]; 2. 10P-Dylan Postier, 12.004[4]; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett, 12.055[2]; 4. 50Z-Zach Chappell, 12.294[5]; 5. 38-Jimmy Forrester, 12.750[8]; 6. 39-Joshua Tyre, 13.209[1]; 7. 97-Kevin Cummings, 13.256[3]; 8. 2-Dylan Opdahl, 13.261[7]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 11.808[3]; 2. 47-Dale Howard, 11.944[1]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn, 11.962[5]; 4. 10-Landon Britt, 12.052[8]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 12.063[7]; 6. 22M-Rees Moran, 12.313[4]; 7. 88-Terry Easum, 12.383[6]; 8. 17B-Ryan Bickett, NT

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 1X-Tim Crawley, 12.280[7]; 2. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 12.326[3]; 3. 187-Landon Crawley, 12.329[1]; 4. 95-Matt Covington, 12.382[5]; 5. 36-Jason Martin, 12.542[6]; 6. 15D-Andrew Deal, 12.620[8]; 7. 31-Casey Wills, 12.696[2]; 8. 42-Grady Mercer, 12.888[4]

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (All drivers advance to the A-Feature)

SCE Gaskets Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[2]; 2. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[4]; 3. 50Z-Zach Chappell[1]; 4. 10P-Dylan Postier[3]; 5. 39-Joshua Tyre[6]; 6. 38-Jimmy Forrester[5]; 7. 97-Kevin Cummings[7]; 8. 2-Dylan Opdahl[8]

SCE Gaskets Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[2]; 2. 2C-Wayne Johnson[4]; 3. 45X-Kyler Johnson[5]; 4. 47-Dale Howard[3]; 5. 22M-Rees Moran[6]; 6. 88-Terry Easum[7]; 7. 10-Landon Britt[1]; 8. 17B-Ryan Bickett[8]

SCE Gaskets Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 2. 1X-Tim Crawley[4]; 3. 187-Landon Crawley[2]; 4. 55B-Brandon Anderson[3]; 5. 36-Jason Martin[5]; 6. 31-Casey Wills[7]; 7. 42-Grady Mercer[8]; 8. 15D-Andrew Deal[6]

A-Feature

Lucas Oil A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[3]; 2. 1X-Tim Crawley[2]; 3. 2C-Wayne Johnson[4]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[6]; 5. 52-Blake Hahn[1]; 6. 47-Dale Howard[9]; 7. 55B-Brandon Anderson[11]; 8. 45X-Kyler Johnson[7]; 9. 187-Landon Crawley[8]; 10. 10-Landon Britt[21]; 11. 36-Jason Martin[15]; 12. 88-Terry Easum[16]; 13. 22M-Rees Moran[13]; 14. 10P-Dylan Postier[10]; 15. 31-Casey Wills[17]; 16. 42-Grady Mercer[19]; 17. 97-Kevin Cummings[20]; 18. 39-Joshua Tyre[14]; 19. 14-Jordon Mallett[5]; 20. 17B-Ryan Bickett[22]; 21. 50Z-Zach Chappell[12]; 22. 38-Jimmy Forrester[18]; 23. 2-Dylan Opdahl[23]; 24. (DNS) 15D-Andrew Deal

Lap Leader(s): Tim Crawley 1-6, 8-14; Blake Hahn 7; Dylan Westbrook 15-25
Hard Charger: Landon Britt +11
Quick Time: Wayne Johnson 11.808-seconds (NTR)
High Point Driver: Wayne Johnson
Provisional(s): N/A

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 4 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park; 7/23 – I-30 Speedway); Tim Crawley – 2 (7/22 – Batesville Motor Speedway; 7/26 – Tulsa Speedway); Derek Hagar – 2 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 2 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 7/27 – Caney Valley Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 1 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway); Matt Covington – 1 (7/1 – Boone County Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/2 – WaKeeney Speedway); Zach Blurton – 1 (7/3 – WaKeeney Speedway); Gunner Ramey - 1 (7/15 – U.S. 36 Raceway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Blake Hahn 2,057; 2. Wayne Johnson 2,038; 3. Tim Crawley 2,018; 4. Jason Martin 1,928; 5. Matt Covington 1,913; 6. Brandon Anderson 1,866; 7. Garet Williamson 1,751; 8. Landon Crawley 1,688; 9. Kyler Johnson 1,670; 1. Landon Britt 1,668; 11. Ryan Bickett 1,611; 12. Dylan Postier 1,495; 13. Dylan Opdahl 1,401; 14. Dylan Westbrook 1,604; 15. Dale Howard 771;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**
2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**
2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R)
10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)
10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)
17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)
24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)
36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)
45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)
52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**
55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)
95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)
187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)
(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie
** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

Sponsors:

The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

All Champions of the American Sprint Car Series, from National to Regional Tours, will receive a new Superior Steering Wheel (https://superiorsteeringwheel.com). Hard Luck Award provided by Vahlco Wheels.


 

Tim Crawley Tops Tuesday's Lucas Oil ASCS Stop At Tulsa Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (July 26, 2022) Adding a second win to his 2022 Speedweek run, Tim Crawley led the distance at Tulsa Speedway with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network.

“Old blind squirrel found two nuts this week,” joked Tim in Victory Lane.

“My health is a little better than it was last year. I had a shoulder surgery where my shoulder is back pretty good and being in a little better shape. These guys were out here racing with, of course, me and Dale [Howard]; we’re old, it takes a lot out of you,” answered Tim about his season and the team’s speed.

“I appreciate all you sitting in the heat and the dust, and I won’t complain about the racetrack. It’s been 110 degrees all day, and they watered their ass off; they worked on it. It was slick, and it was dusty and had a lot of character, and these type deals aren’t anything that you can just stomp and steer; you’ve gotta make good laps, can’t make mistakes, and be patient, and that’s sometimes where experience comes in.

Taking off from the pole the third time was the charm to get the race rolling, with Tim holding the lead over Dale Howard each time. Navigating the very narrow line around the quarter-mile oval, Crawley kept the Ronnie Pitts Motorsports No. 1x out front on each restart.

Navigating traffic through the race’s mid-point, the slower cars brought Howard and Dylan Westbrook into play, but neither found a gap to take advantage of.

Pulling the wing back on the No. 1x, Tim eventually gapped the field by 2.137-seconds for his 48th career win with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network.

Dale Howard crossed second with Dylan Westbrook holding third. Moving up from ninth, Landon Britt grabbed fourth, with Jordon Mallett fifth.

Slater Helt, despite damage sustained at the start of the race avoiding a crash, held on for sixth, with Blake Jenkins hard charging from 17th to seventh. Rees Morgan from 14th landed eighth, followed by Blake Hahn from 18th. Rolling from 20th, Brandon Anderson completed the top ten.

The Tuesday field consisted of 27 drivers. SCE Gaskets Heat Races were won by Matt Covington, Wayne Johnson, and Dylan Westbrook. Driver’s Project quick time went to Tim Crawley at 14.172-seconds. The B-Feature was scratched.

Next on the docket is Caney Valley Speedway in Caney, Kan., on Wednesday, July 27.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour Tulsa Speedway (Tulsa, Okla.) Tuesday, July 26, 2022 Speedweek - Night 3

Car Count: 27

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 1X-Tim Crawley, 14.172[7]; 2. 10-Landon Britt, 14.496[4]; 3. 17-Cannon McIntosh, 14.524[8]; 4. 95-Matt Covington, 14.576[5]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 14.962[1]; 6. 52-Blake Hahn, 15.011[6]; 7. 88-Terry Easum, 15.070[3]; 8. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 15.183[2]; 9. 38-Jimmy Forrester, 15.563[9]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 14.313[6]; 2. 47-Dale Howard, 14.332[3]; 3. 10P-Dylan Postier, 14.874[7]; 4. 187-Landon Crawley, 14.892[9]; 5. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 15.072[8]; 6. 22M-Rees Moran, 15.303[4]; 7. 97-Kevin Cummings, 15.415[1]; 8. 99-Blake Jenkins, 15.424[5]; 9. 77-Dean Drake Jr, 15.542[2]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman, 14.315[1]; 2. 47X-Dylan Westbrook, 14.462[4]; 3. 22J-Jax Redline, 14.704[2]; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett, 14.801[9]; 5. 22S-Slater Helt, 14.829[3]; 6. 36-Jason Martin, 14.899[5]; 7. 50Z-Zach Chappell, 15.014[7]; 8. 91-Justin Fine, 15.546[6]; 9. 2-Dylan Opdahl, 15.825[8]

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (All drivers advance to the A-Feature)

SCE Gaskets Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 2. 17-Cannon McIntosh[2]; 3. 1X-Tim Crawley[4]; 4. 10-Landon Britt[3]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson[5]; 6. 52-Blake Hahn[6]; 7. 55B-Brandon Anderson[8]; 8. 88-Terry Easum[7]; 9. 38-Jimmy Forrester[9]

SCE Gaskets Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson[4]; 2. 47-Dale Howard[3]; 3. 187-Landon Crawley[1]; 4. 10P-Dylan Postier[2]; 5. 22M-Rees Moran[6]; 6. 99-Blake Jenkins[8]; 7. 77-Dean Drake Jr[9]; 8. 97-Kevin Cummings[7]; 9. 17B-Ryan Bickett[5]

SCE Gaskets Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[3]; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[1]; 3. 36-Jason Martin[6]; 4. 22S-Slater Helt[5]; 5. 50Z-Zach Chappell[7]; 6. 2-Dylan Opdahl[9]; 7. 91-Justin Fine[8]; 8. 22J-Jax Redline[2]; 9. 23-Seth Bergman[4]

A-Feature

Lucas Oil A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 1X-Tim Crawley[1]; 2. 47-Dale Howard[2]; 3. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[3]; 4. 10-Landon Britt[9]; 5. 14-Jordon Mallett[8]; 6. 22S-Slater Helt[10]; 7. 99-Blake Jenkins[17]; 8. 22M-Rees Moran[14]; 9. 52-Blake Hahn[18]; 10. 55B-Brandon Anderson[20]; 11. 10P-Dylan Postier[12]; 12. 45X-Kyler Johnson[16]; 13. 2C-Wayne Johnson[4]; 14. 17-Cannon McIntosh[7]; 15. 77-Dean Drake Jr[19]; 16. 95-Matt Covington[5]; 17. 22J-Jax Redline[24]; 18. 50Z-Zach Chappell[13]; 19. 88-Terry Easum[22]; 20. 38-Jimmy Forrester[25]; 21. 17B-Ryan Bickett[26]; 22. 91-Justin Fine[21]; 23. 2-Dylan Opdahl[15]; 24. 36-Jason Martin[6]; 25. 187-Landon Crawley[11]; 26. 97-Kevin Cummings[23]

Lap Leader(s): Tim Crawley 1-25 Hard Charger: Blake Jenkins +10 Quick Time: Tim Crawley 14.172-seconds High Point Driver: Wayne Johnson Provisional(s): N/A

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 4 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park; 7/23 – I-30 Speedway); Tim Crawley – 2 (7/22 – Batesville Motor Speedway; 7/26 – Tulsa Speedway); Derek Hagar – 2 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 1 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 1 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway); Matt Covington – 1 (7/1 – Boone County Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/2 – WaKeeney Speedway); Zach Blurton – 1 (7/3 – WaKeeney Speedway); Gunner Ramey - 1 (7/15 – U.S. 36 Raceway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Blake Hahn 1,932; 2. Wayne Johnson 1,903; 3. Tim Crawley 1,876; 4. Jason Martin 1,820; 5. Matt Covington 1,783; 6. Garet Williamson 1,751; 7. Brandon Anderson 1,747; 8. Landon Crawley 1,575; 9. Landon Britt 1,558; 10. Kyler Johnson 1,554; 11. Ryan Bickett 1,521; 12. Dylan Postier 1,393; 13. Dylan Opdahl 1,314; 14. Dylan Westbrook 914; 15. Seth Bergman 681;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)** 2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)** 2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R) 10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R) 10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R) 17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD) 24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO) 36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R) 45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R) 52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)** 55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R) 95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK) 187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R) (R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie ** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

 

 

Five Straight Nights Begin Tuesday to Wrap Up ASCS Sizzlin’ Summer Speedweek

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (July 25, 2022) Two nights in the books in Arkansas with Tim Crawley and Wayne Johnson finding Victory Lane to kick off the 2022 ASCS Sizzlin’ Summer Speedweek, a Sunday and Monday to rehydrate will give way to five consecutive nights across Oklahoma and Kansas.

Rescheduled from last Thursday’s rainout, action resumes at Tulsa Speedway on Tuesday, July 26. Tickets and Pit Passes from last week’s postponement will be honored. Two nights in Kansas, Wednesday’s action heads to Caney Valley Speedway with Thursday at 81-Speedway in Park City. Back into Oklahoma for the final two nights, Creek County Speedway in Sapulpa hosts the tour on Friday with the Salina Highbanks Speedway on Saturday.

Going into the next five nights, Tim Crawley leads Speedweek standings courtesy of his win at Batesville and a fourth-place run at I-30 Speedway. Cody Gardner holds second over Saturday’s winner, Wayne Johnson. Derek Hagar and Dale Howard currently make up the top five.

Times, Prices, and other details on each of the five remaining nights are as follows. A reminder that all posted information is subject to change without notice.

Tuesday, July 26, 2022

Tulsa Speedway (Tulsa, Okla.) Pits: 5:00 P.M. Draw: 6:00 P.M. – 6:30 P.M. Driver’s Meeting: 6:45 P.M. Grandstands: 6:00 P.M. Hot Laps: 7:15 P.M. Racing: 8:00 P.M. Muffler: Open RACEceiver: 454.000

Tickets: $20 Mil. & Sen: $10 Kids 12 & under: Free

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour USRA B-Mods and Factory Stocks

Phone: (918) 437-7223 Address: 3101 N Garnett Rd, Tulsa, OK 74116 Website: https://www.tulsaspeedway.com Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/NewTulsaSpeedway

Wednesday, July 27, 2022

Caney Valley Speedway (Caney, Kan.) Pits: 4:00 P.M. Grandstands: 5:00 P.M. Draw: 5:30 P.M. – 6:00 P.M. Driver’s Meeting: 6:15 P.M. Hot Laps: 7:00 P.M. Racing: 8:00 P.M. Muffler: Open RACEceiver: 454.000

Tickets: $20 Seniors: $15 Kids 12 & Under: Free

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour USRA B-Mods, Factory Stocks, Pure Stocks

Phone: (620) 330-0485 Address: 1324 County Rd. 1600 Caney, KS 67333 Website: http://www.caneyvalleyspeedway.net Social Media: http://www.facebook.com/Caneyvalleyspeedway

Thursday, July 28, 2022

81-Speedway (Park City, Kan.) Pits: 4:00 P.M. Grandstands: 5:00 P.M. Draw: 5:30 P.M. – 6:00 P.M. Driver’s Meeting: 6:15 P.M. Hot Laps: 7:00 P.M. Racing: 8:00 P.M. Muffler: Open RACEceiver: 454.000

Tickets: $20 Youth (11-14): $10 Kids 10 & Under: Free

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour USRA B-Mods and Stock Cars

Phone: (316) 755-1781 Address: 7700 N Broadway St. Park City, KS 67219 Website: http://www.81speedway.com Social Media: http://www.facebook.com/race81Speedway

Friday, July 29, 2022

Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, Okla.) Pits: 4:00 P.M. Grandstands: 5:00 P.M. Draw: 5:30 P.M. – 6:00 P.M. Driver’s Meeting: 6:05 P.M. Hot Laps: 7:00 P.M. Racing: 8:00 P.M. Muffler: ASCS Schoenfeld RACEceiver: 454.000

Tickets: $20 Youth (11-14): $5 Kids 10 & Under: Free

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour w/ASCS Sooner Sooner Late Models, Factory Stocks, Dwarf Cars

Phone: (918) 247-7223 Address: 18450 W Highway 66 Kellyville, OK 74039. Website: http://www.creekcountyspeedway.co Social Media: http://www.facebook.com/CreekCountySpeedway

Saturday, July 30, 2022

Salina Highbanks Speedway (Salina, Okla.) Pits: 3:00 P.M. Grandstands: 5:00 P.M. Draw: 5:00 P.M. – 5:30 P.M. Driver’s Meeting: 5:45 P.M. Hot Laps: 6:30 P.M. Racing: 7:15 P.M. Muffler: Open RACEceiver: 454.000

Tickets: $20 Youth (6-12): $10 Kids 5 & Under: Free

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour w/ASCS Sooner Region USRA B-Mods and Pure Stocks

Phone: (918) 434-7223 Address: 3164 OK-20, Pryor, OK 74361 Website: http://www.salinahighbanksspeedway.com Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/Salina-Highbanks-Speedway-106580361109037/

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Quick Notes:

Who: Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series National Tour What: Lucas Oil ASCS Speedweek powered by Smiley’s Racing Products Where: Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma,

Race Dates:

July 22, 2022 – Batesville Motor Speedway (Batesville, Ark.) W: Tim Crawley July 23, 2022 – I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Ark.) W: Wayne Johnson July 26, 2022 – Tulsa Speedway (Tulsa, Okla.) July 27, 2022 – Caney Valley Speedway (Caney, Kan.) July 28, 2022 – 81-Speedway (Park City, Kan.) July 29, 2022 – Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, Okla.) July 30, 2022 – Salina Highbanks Speedway (Salina, Okla.)

Nightly Payout: 1. $3,000; 2. $2,000; 3. $1,000; 4. $800; 5. $700; 6. $600; 7. $500; 8. $480; 9. $460; 10. $440; 11. $420; 12.-22. $400; Non-Transfer: $100

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs] Instagram: LucasOilASCS Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)** 2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)** 2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R) 10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R) 10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R) 17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD) 24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO) 36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R) 45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R) 52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)** 55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R) 95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK) 187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R) (R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie ** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

Sponsors:

The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

All Champions of the American Sprint Car Series, from National to Regional Tours, will receive a new Superior Steering Wheel (https://superiorsteeringwheel.com). Hard Luck Award provided by Vahlco Wheels.

 

 

Wayne Johnson Bags Lucas Oil ASCS Speedweek Score At I-30 Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (July 23, 2022) Still on the mend from a massive crash at the start of the month in WaKeeney, Kan., Wayne Johnson proved why he is called “The Iron Man” on Saturday night by leading start to finish on a very tricky I-30 Speedway surface with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network.

The fourth time Wayne has topped the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series at “Hammer Hill,” Saturday’s triumph is his 58th with the tour, his fourth National win this year, and his sixth in overall competition. The finish also ties Wayne with Gary Wright for overall career top-ten finishes at 397.

"I'm going to tell you right now, guys, the best car didn't win this race. Cody's car was way better than mine, pretty much anywhere we wanted to go," commented Wayne, giving credit to the job done by Cody Gardner.

Continuing, Wayne pointed out the extent of his injuries and gave a nod to the track crew.

"Hats off to the I-30 crew for giving us a smooth race track. I had that crash at WaKeeney and believe it or not, I have 14 bulging disks in my back, so I'm probably stupid for being out here, so really, thank you to the track crew for making it easier on my back."

Officially leading all 25 laps, Johnson actually lost the point on two occasions, only to have the caution bring the field back to the last fully complete lap. Stalked into traffic as the field worked Lap 7, the following trip put 12th starting Cody Gardner at Johnson’s side with inches the advantage for the No. 2c. Falling to second working Lap 9, the caution lights came on as just over half the field made it to the line.

Advancing Wayne back to the lead, a couple of attempts at the restart all saw Wayne holding the point as Cody Gardner and Dale Howard went to work.

Top to bottom still at both ends of the I-30 Speedway, the Litte Rock regulars were there as the field began Lap 17. Relegating Wayne to third in a single shot, the top six were the only ones who crossed before the yellow flag flew again.

Still utilizing the top of the track in hopes of getting the run on Wayne, the final laps went the way of the No. 2c, as the field was forced to the bottom with Johnson holding off Cody by 0.465-seconds. Dale Howard crossed third with Tim Crawley fourth. Blake Hahn completed the top five.

Up from 11th, Derek Hagar crossed sixth, followed by Howard Moore in seventh. Eighteenth to eighth for Brandon Anderson, he was pursued by Matt Covington and Brad Bowden to wrap up the top ten.

Saturday’s field consisted of 32 drivers with four SCE Gaskets Heat Races topped by Howard Moore, Kyler Johnson, and Marshall Skinner. The night’s BMRS B-Feature went to Jason Martin. The Driver’s Project quick qualifier was Blake Hahn at 12.539-seconds. Provisional starts were used by Dylan Postier and Landon Britt.

The next outing for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network is Tuesday, July 26, for Round 3 of the Sizzlin Summer Speedweek at Tulsa Speedway in Tulsa, Okla. The event was rescheduled from last Thursday’s cancelation. Tickets and Pit Passes from the lost date will be honored.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour
I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Ark.)
Saturday, July 23, 2022
Speedweek - Night 2

Car Count: 32

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn, 12.539[7]; 2. 47-Dale Howard, 12.668[3]; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett, 12.722[4]; 4. 3-Howard Moore, 12.724[2]; 5. 36-Jason Martin, 12.898[6]; 6. 10P-Dylan Postier, 12.993[5]; 7. 91X-Michael Day, 13.274[8]; 8. 938-Bradley Fezard, 13.524[1]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington, 12.655[7]; 2. 1X-Tim Crawley, 12.752[2]; 3. 9JR-Derek Hagar, 12.790[6]; 4. 44R-Ronny Howard, 12.902[1]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 12.939[4]; 6. 47X-Sean McClelland, 12.963[5]; 7. 21K-Kevin Hinkle, 13.479[8]; 8. 2-Dylan Opdahl, 13.701[3]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. G6-Cody Gardner, 12.803[1]; 2. 187-Landon Crawley, 12.861[6]; 3. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 12.882[2]; 4. 10-Landon Britt, 13.018[4]; 5. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 13.048[3]; 6. 21-Spencer Meredith, 13.266[8]; 7. 48-Wade Buttrey, 13.346[7]; 8. 22J-Jax Redline, 13.396[5]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 4 (3 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 12.605[7]; 2. 24-Garet Williamson, 12.999[4]; 3. 8-Brad Bowden, 13.185[8]; 4. 26-Marshall Skinner, 13.255[6]; 5. 30-Joseph Miller, 13.310[5]; 6. 13C-Chase Howard, 13.311[2]; 7. 99-Blake Jenkins, 13.334[3]; 8. (DNS) 19-Jason Long, 13.334

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Top 16 in Qualifying/Passing Points advancing to the A-Feature)

SCE Gaskets Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 3-Howard Moore[1]; 2. 47-Dale Howard[3]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett[2]; 5. 36-Jason Martin[5]; 6. 91X-Michael Day[7]; 7. 10P-Dylan Postier[6]; 8. 938-Bradley Fezard[8]

SCE Gaskets Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 1X-Tim Crawley[1]; 2. 9JR-Derek Hagar[2]; 3. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 4. 47X-Sean McClelland[6]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson[3]; 6. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[5]; 7. 2-Dylan Opdahl[8]; 8. 44R-Ronny Howard[7]

SCE Gaskets Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 45X-Kyler Johnson[2]; 2. 17B-Ryan Bickett[5]; 3. 22J-Jax Redline[8]; 4. G6-Cody Gardner[4]; 5. 187-Landon Crawley[3]; 6. 21-Spencer Meredith[6]; 7. 10-Landon Britt[1]; 8. 48-Wade Buttrey[7]

SCE Gaskets Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 26-Marshall Skinner[1]; 2. 2C-Wayne Johnson[4]; 3. 24-Garet Williamson[3]; 4. 8-Brad Bowden[2]; 5. 13C-Chase Howard[6]; 6. 30-Joseph Miller[5]; 7. 99-Blake Jenkins[7]; 8. 19-Jason Long[8]

BMRS B-Feature (Top 6 advance to the A-Feature)

BMRS B-Main 1 (12 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin[3]; 2. 55B-Brandon Anderson[4]; 3. 13C-Chase Howard[2]; 4. 30-Joseph Miller[7]; 5. 91X-Michael Day[5]; 6. 187-Landon Crawley[1]; 7. 10P-Dylan Postier[11]; 8. 48-Wade Buttrey[15]; 9. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[8]; 10. 2-Dylan Opdahl[9]; 11. 99-Blake Jenkins[10]; 12. 938-Bradley Fezard[14]; 13. 19-Jason Long[16]; 14. 21-Spencer Meredith[6]; 15. 10-Landon Britt[13]; 16. 44R-Ronny Howard[12]

A-Feature

Lucas Oil A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson[1]; 2. G6-Cody Gardner[12]; 3. 47-Dale Howard[6]; 4. 1X-Tim Crawley[5]; 5. 52-Blake Hahn[7]; 6. 9JR-Derek Hagar[11]; 7. 3-Howard Moore[9]; 8. 55B-Brandon Anderson[18]; 9. 95-Matt Covington[8]; 10. 8-Brad Bowden[15]; 11. 187-Landon Crawley[22]; 12. 24-Garet Williamson[16]; 13. 47X-Sean McClelland[13]; 14. 14-Jordon Mallett[14]; 15. 17B-Ryan Bickett[3]; 16. 91X-Michael Day[21]; 17. 13C-Chase Howard[19]; 18. 36-Jason Martin[17]; 19. 10P-Dylan Postier[24]; 20. 22J-Jax Redline[4]; 21. 26-Marshall Skinner[10]; 22. 45X-Kyler Johnson[2]; 23. 30-Joseph Miller[20]; 24. 10-Landon Britt[23]

Lap Leader(s): Wayne Johnson 1-25
Hard Charger: Landon Crawley +11
Quick Time: Blake Hahn -12.539 seconds
High Point Driver: Wayne Johnson
Provisional(s): Dylan Postier (Points) / Landon Britt (Points)

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 4 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park; 7/23 – I-30 Speedway); Derek Hagar – 2 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 1 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 1 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway); Matt Covington – 1 (7/1 – Boone County Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/2 – WaKeeney Speedway); Zach Blurton – 1 (7/3 – WaKeeney Speedway); Gunner Ramey - 1 (7/15 – U.S. 36 Raceway); Tim Crawley – 1 (7/22 – Batesville Motor Speedway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Blake Hahn 1,819; 2. Wayne Johnson 1,799; 3. Garet Williamson 1,751; 4. Jason Martin 1,734; 5. Tim Crawley 1,726; 6. Matt Covington 1,685; 7. Brandon Anderson 1,637; 8. Landon Crawley 1,490; 9. Kyler Johnson 1,448; 10. Ryan Bickett 1,432; 11. Landon Britt 1,428; 12. Dylan Postier 1,285; 13. Dylan Opdahl 1,227; 14. Dylan Westbrook 779; 15. Derek Hagar 677;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**
2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**
2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R)
10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)
10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)
17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)
24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)
36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)
45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)
52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**
55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)
95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)
187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)
(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie
** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

 

 

Tim Crawley Returns To Lucas Oil ASCS Victory Lane At Batesville Motor Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – BATESVILLE, Ark. (July 22, 2022) Making all the right moves in traffic Friday night at Batesville Motor Speedway, Tim Crawley made the long-awaited return to Victory Lane with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network.

Five years and 157 races since his last triumph, the win is Crawley’s 47th all-time with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series and second at Batesville.

“It feels good to get this car back up front. My whole crew works hard to make this happen, and Ronnie [Pitts] he gives us everything we need,” stated Crawley, who delivered his car owner his first National Tour win.

Taking the green third, Crawley took over second immediately as Jordon Mallett took off with the point. A pair of cautions trying to get past the second lap, Mallett worked high as Crawley maneuvered the low line. Moving in on the No. 14, Tim shot to the lead on Lap 6.

Into traffic shortly after, Crawley and Mallett found themselves stalked by Brandon Anderson. Rolling the No. 55b to the lead on Lap 13, Anderson would lead one more lap before the No. 1x reclaimed the point after Brandon snagged the wall and flattened his left front tire.

A final caution on Lap 17, Tim slowly pulled away through the next five laps, but traffic would come into play with two to go. Slowed trying to get the pass on Kevin Hinkle, the No. 1x nearly crawled the back of the No. 21k. Settling back down, the misstep brought Derek Hagar and Cody Gardner into the mix. From over a second to car lengths at the wave of the white flag, traffic was thick into the first and second turns.

With no choice but to open his entry, Crawley shot up the track and with it, worked a trio of lapped cars between himself and the No. 9jr to secure the win by 1.974-seconds.

Derek Hagar in second, the final podium step went to Cody Gardner from eighth. Jordon Mallett slipped to fourth, with Dale Howard completing the top five.

From 13th, Blake Hahn made it to sixth with Wayne Johnson seventh. Garet Williamson, eighth, was followed by Matt Covington from 16th. Stepping behind the wheel of the Hills Racing No. 47x, Tulsa’s Sean McClelland made up the top ten.

The field of 25 dropped into three SCE Gaskets Heat Races, with wins going to Dale Howard, Brandon Anderson, and Derek Hagar. The Driver’s Project Qualifying was topped by Dale Howard with a time of 13.464-seconds. All drivers advanced to the A-Feature.

The next event for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network is Saturday, July 23, at I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Ark. Gates open at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Information on the track is online at http://www.i-30speedway.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour
Batesville Motor Speedway (Batesville, Ark.)
Friday, July 22, 2022
Speedweek - Night 1

Car Count: 25

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 47-Dale Howard, 13.464[3]; 2. 36-Jason Martin, 13.856[8]; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett, 14.199[6]; 4. 24-Garet Williamson, 14.215[9]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 14.239[2]; 6. 47X-Sean McClelland, 14.331[1]; 7. 95-Matt Covington, 14.529[7]; 8. 99-Blake Jenkins, 14.661[5]; 9. 22J-Jax Redline, 14.799[4]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn, 14.234[2]; 2. G6-Cody Gardner, 14.400[5]; 3. 187-Landon Crawley, 14.464[4]; 4. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 14.511[1]; 5. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 14.616[6]; 6. 91X-Michael Day, 14.796[3]; 7. 10P-Dylan Postier, 14.904[7]; 8. 21K-Kevin Hinkle, 15.619[8]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 1X-Tim Crawley, 14.560[1]; 2. 71-Bradyn Baker, 14.590[4]; 3. 9JR-Derek Hagar, 14.599[5]; 4. 37-Ayden Gatewood, 14.666[2]; 5. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 14.671[7]; 6. 13C-Chase Howard, 14.699[3]; 7. 10-Landon Britt, 15.083[8]; 8. 2-Dylan Opdahl, 15.273[6]

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Everyone advancing to the A-Feature)

SCE Gaskets Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 47-Dale Howard[4]; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[2]; 3. 24-Garet Williamson[1]; 4. 36-Jason Martin[3]; 5. 47X-Sean McClelland[6]; 6. 95-Matt Covington[7]; 7. 45X-Kyler Johnson[5]; 8. 22J-Jax Redline[9]; 9. 99-Blake Jenkins[8]

SCE Gaskets Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 2. 187-Landon Crawley[2]; 3. G6-Cody Gardner[3]; 4. 91X-Michael Day[6]; 5. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 6. 17B-Ryan Bickett[5]; 7. 10P-Dylan Postier[7]; 8. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[8]

SCE Gaskets Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 9JR-Derek Hagar[2]; 2. 2C-Wayne Johnson[5]; 3. 1X-Tim Crawley[4]; 4. 13C-Chase Howard[6]; 5. 71-Bradyn Baker[3]; 6. 10-Landon Britt[7]; 7. 37-Ayden Gatewood[1]; 8. 2-Dylan Opdahl[8]

A-Feature

Lucas Oil A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 1X-Tim Crawley[3]; 2. 9JR-Derek Hagar[5]; 3. G6-Cody Gardner[8]; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett[1]; 5. 47-Dale Howard[6]; 6. 52-Blake Hahn[13]; 7. 2C-Wayne Johnson[4]; 8. 24-Garet Williamson[12]; 9. 95-Matt Covington[16]; 10. 47X-Sean McClelland[14]; 11. 13C-Chase Howard[9]; 12. 45X-Kyler Johnson[20]; 13. 36-Jason Martin[11]; 14. 91X-Michael Day[10]; 15. 22J-Jax Redline[21]; 16. 10-Landon Britt[17]; 17. 55B-Brandon Anderson[2]; 18. 187-Landon Crawley[7]; 19. 17B-Ryan Bickett[18]; 20. 2-Dylan Opdahl[23]; 21. 10P-Dylan Postier[19]; 22. 71-Bradyn Baker[15]; 23. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[24]; 24. 37-Ayden Gatewood[22]; 25. 99-Blake Jenkins[25]

Lap Leader(s): Jordan Mallett 1-5; Brandon Anderson 13-14; Tim Crawley 6-12, 15-25
Hard Charger: Kyler Johnson +8
Quick Time: Dale Howard - 13.464-seconds
High Point Driver: Dale Howard
Provisional(s): N/A

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs]
Instagram: LucasOilASCS
Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com
Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 3 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park); Derek Hagar – 2 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 1 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 1 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway); Matt Covington – 1 (7/1 – Boone County Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/2 – WaKeeney Speedway); Zach Blurton – 1 (7/3 – WaKeeney Speedway); Gunner Ramey - 1 (7/15 – U.S. 36 Raceway); Tim Crawley – 1 (7/22 – Batesville Motor Speedway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Blake Hahn 1,694; 2. Wayne Johnson 1,649; 3. Garet Williamson 1,645; 4. Jason Martin 1,640; 5. Tim Crawley 1,596; 6. Matt Covington 1,572; 7. Brandon Anderson 1,521; 8. Landon Crawley 1,382; 9. Landon Britt 1,363; 10. Kyler Johnson 1,359; 11. Ryan Bickett 1,332; 12. Dylan Postier 1,220; 13. Dylan Opdahl 1,162; 14. Dylan Westbrook 779; 15. Seth Bergman 616;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**
2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**
2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R)
10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)
10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)
17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)
24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)
36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)
45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)
52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**
55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)
95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)
187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)
(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie
** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

 

Updated ASCS Sizzlin Speedweek Schedule

Events at Tulsa Speedway have been rescheduled to Tuesday, July 26. The updated run of events for the 2022 ASCS Sizzlin Summer Speedweek is as follows. A reminder that all posted information is subject to change without notice.

Friday, July 22, 2022

Batesville Motor Speedway (Batesville, Ark.)
Pits: 4:00 P.M.
Draw: 6:00 P.M. – 6:30 P.M.
Driver’s Meeting: 6:35 P.M.
Grandstands: 5:30 P.M.
Hot Laps: 7:15 P.M.
Racing: 8:00 P.M.
Muffler: Open
RACEceiver: 454.000

Tickets: $20
Youth (6-11): $10
Kids 5 & Under: Free

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour w/ ASCS Mid-South Region
IMCA Modifieds, Stock Cars, Hobby Stocks, Cruisers

Phone: (870) 613-1337
Address: 5090 Heber Springs Rd Locust Grove, AR 72550
Website: http://batesvillemotorspeedway.com
Social Media: http://www.facebook.com/BatesvilleMotorSpeedway

Saturday, July 23, 2022

I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Ark.)
Pits: 4:30 P.M.
Grandstands: 4:30 P.M.
Draw: 5:15 P.M. – 5:45 P.M.
Driver’s Meeting: 6:00 P.M.
Hot Laps: 6:45 P.M.
Racing: 7:30 P.M.
Muffler: ASCS Schoenfeld
RACEceiver: 454.000

Tickets: $20
Kids 12 & Under: Free

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour w/ ASCS Mid-South Region
COMP Cams Super Dirt Series and IMCA Stock Cars

Phone: (501) 455-4567
Address: 12297 I-30 # A, Little Rock, AR 72209
Website: http://www.i-30speedway.com
Social Media: http://www.facebook.com/I-30-Speedway-132861716779250

Tuesday, July 26, 2022

Tulsa Speedway (Tulsa, Okla.)
Pits: 5:00 P.M.
Draw: 6:00 P.M. – 6:30 P.M.
Driver’s Meeting: 6:45 P.M.
Grandstands: 6:00 P.M.
Hot Laps: 7:15 P.M.
Racing: 8:00 P.M.
Muffler: Open
RACEceiver: 454.000

Tickets: $20
Mil. & Sen: $10
Kids 12 & under: Free

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour
USRA B-Mods and Factory Stocks

Phone: (918) 437-7223
Address: 3101 N Garnett Rd, Tulsa, OK 74116
Website: https://www.tulsaspeedway.com
Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/NewTulsaSpeedway

Wednesday, July 27, 2022

Caney Valley Speedway (Caney, Kan.)
Pits: 4:00 P.M.
Grandstands: 5:00 P.M.
Draw: 5:30 P.M. – 6:00 P.M.
Driver’s Meeting: 6:15 P.M.
Hot Laps: 7:00 P.M.
Racing: 8:00 P.M.
Muffler: Open
RACEceiver: 454.000

Tickets: $20
Seniors: $15
Kids 12 & Under: Free

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour
USRA B-Mods, Factory Stocks, Pure Stocks

Phone: (620) 330-0485
Address: 1324 County Rd. 1600 Caney, KS 67333
Website: http://www.caneyvalleyspeedway.net
Social Media: http://www.facebook.com/Caneyvalleyspeedway

Thursday, July 28, 2022

81-Speedway (Park City, Kan.)
Pits: 4:00 P.M.
Grandstands: 5:00 P.M.
Draw: 5:30 P.M. – 6:00 P.M.
Driver’s Meeting: 6:15 P.M.
Hot Laps: 7:00 P.M.
Racing: 8:00 P.M.
Muffler: Open
RACEceiver: 454.000

Tickets: $20
Youth (11-14): $10
Kids 10 & Under: Free

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour
USRA B-Mods and Stock Cars

Phone: (316) 755-1781
Address: 7700 N Broadway St. Park City, KS 67219
Website: http://www.81speedway.com
Social Media: http://www.facebook.com/race81Speedway

Friday, July 29, 2022

Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, Okla.)
Pits: 4:00 P.M.
Grandstands: 5:00 P.M.
Draw: 5:30 P.M. – 6:00 P.M.
Driver’s Meeting: 6:05 P.M.
Hot Laps: 7:00 P.M.
Racing: 8:00 P.M.
Muffler: ASCS Schoenfeld
RACEceiver: 454.000

Tickets: $20
Youth (11-14): $5
Kids 10 & Under: Free

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour w/ASCS Sooner
Sooner Late Models, Factory Stocks, Dwarf Cars

Phone: (918) 247-7223
Address: 18450 W Highway 66 Kellyville, OK 74039.
Website: http://www.creekcountyspeedway.co
Social Media: http://www.facebook.com/CreekCountySpeedway

Saturday, July 30, 2022

Salina Highbanks Speedway (Salina, Okla.)
Pits: 3:00 P.M.
Grandstands: 5:00 P.M.
Draw: 5:00 P.M. – 5:30 P.M.
Driver’s Meeting: 5:45 P.M.
Hot Laps: 6:30 P.M.
Racing: 7:15 P.M.
Muffler: Open
RACEceiver: 454.000

Tickets: $20
Youth (6-12): $10
Kids 5 & Under: Free

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour w/ASCS Sooner Region
USRA B-Mods and Pure Stocks

Phone: (918) 434-7223
Address: 3164 OK-20, Pryor, OK 74361
Website: http://www.salinahighbanksspeedway.com
Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/Salina-Highbanks-Speedway-106580361109037/

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Quick Notes:

Who: Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series National Tour
What: Lucas Oil ASCS Speedweek powered by Smiley’s Racing Products
Where: Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma,

Race Dates:

July 22, 2022 – Batesville Motor Speedway (Batesville, Ark.) w/Mid-South
July 23, 2022 – I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Ark.) w/Mid-South
July 26, 2022 – Tulsa Speedway (Tulsa, Okla.)
July 27, 2022 – Caney Valley Speedway (Caney, Kan.)
July 28, 2022 – 81-Speedway (Park City, Kan.)
July 29, 2022 – Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, Okla.)
July 30, 2022 – Salina Highbanks Speedway (Salina, Okla.)

Nightly Payout: 1. $3,000; 2. $2,000; 3. $1,000; 4. $800; 5. $700; 6. $600; 7. $500; 8. $480; 9. $460; 10. $440; 11. $420; 12.-22. $400; Non-Transfer: $100

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs]
Instagram: LucasOilASCS
Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com
Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**
2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**
2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R)
10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)
10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)
17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)
24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)
36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)
45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)
52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**
55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)
95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)
187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)
(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie
** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

Sponsors:

The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

All Champions of the American Sprint Car Series, from National to Regional Tours, will receive a new Superior Steering Wheel (https://superiorsteeringwheel.com). Hard Luck Award provided by Vahlco Wheels.

 

 

Mother Nature Wins Speedweek Opener At Tulsa Speedway

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (July 21, 2022) The forecast of two percent all day proved more than that Thursday night as Mother Nature moved in as Hot Laps got underway at Tulsa Speedway and put an end to the action with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network.

All drivers that drew in received 50 show-up points. Save Pit Passes and Tickets as track and series officials are working on a date to reschedule the race. Updates will be posted ASAP.

The ASCS Sizzlin Summer Speedweek continues Friday, July 22, at Batesville Motor Speedway in Batesville, Ark.

The breakdown per night is as follows: Nightly Payout: 1. $3,000; 2. $2,000; 3. $1,000; 4. $800; 5. $700; 6. $600; 7. $500; 8. $480; 9. $460; 10. $440; 11. $420; 12.-22. $400; Non-Transfer: $100

Tentative times, prices, and other information on each event are as follows and are subject to change without notice.

Friday, July 22, 2022

Batesville Motor Speedway (Batesville, Ark.) Pits: 4:00 P.M. Draw: 6:00 P.M. – 6:30 P.M. Driver’s Meeting: 6:35 P.M. Grandstands: 5:30 P.M. Hot Laps: 7:15 P.M. Racing: 8:00 P.M. Muffler: Open RACEceiver: 454.000

Tickets: $20 Youth (6-11): $10 Kids 5 & Under: Free

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour w/ ASCS Mid-South Region IMCA Modifieds, Stock Cars, Hobby Stocks, Cruisers

Phone: (870) 613-1337 Address: 5090 Heber Springs Rd Locust Grove, AR 72550 Website: http://batesvillemotorspeedway.com Social Media: http://www.facebook.com/BatesvilleMotorSpeedway

Saturday, July 23, 2022

I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Ark.) Pits: 4:30 P.M. Grandstands: 4:30 P.M. Draw: 5:15 P.M. – 5:45 P.M. Driver’s Meeting: 6:00 P.M. Hot Laps: 6:45 P.M. Racing: 7:30 P.M. Muffler: ASCS Schoenfeld RACEceiver: 454.000

Tickets: $20 Kids 12 & Under: Free

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour w/ ASCS Mid-South Region COMP Cams Super Dirt Series and IMCA Stock Cars

Phone: (501) 455-4567 Address: 12297 I-30 # A, Little Rock, AR 72209 Website: http://www.i-30speedway.com Social Media: http://www.facebook.com/I-30-Speedway-132861716779250

Wednesday, July 27, 2022

Caney Valley Speedway (Caney, Kan.) Pits: 4:00 P.M. Grandstands: 5:00 P.M. Draw: 5:30 P.M. – 6:00 P.M. Driver’s Meeting: 6:15 P.M. Hot Laps: 7:00 P.M. Racing: 8:00 P.M. Muffler: Open RACEceiver: 454.000

Tickets: $20 Seniors: $15 Kids 12 & Under: Free

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour USRA B-Mods, Factory Stocks, Pure Stocks

Phone: (620) 330-0485 Address: 1324 County Rd. 1600 Caney, KS 67333 Website: http://www.caneyvalleyspeedway.net Social Media: http://www.facebook.com/Caneyvalleyspeedway

Thursday, July 28, 2022

81-Speedway (Park City, Kan.) Pits: 4:00 P.M. Grandstands: 5:00 P.M. Draw: 5:30 P.M. – 6:00 P.M. Driver’s Meeting: 6:15 P.M. Hot Laps: 7:00 P.M. Racing: 8:00 P.M. Muffler: Open RACEceiver: 454.000

Tickets: $20 Youth (11-14): $10 Kids 10 & Under: Free

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour USRA B-Mods and Stock Cars

Phone: (316) 755-1781 Address: 7700 N Broadway St. Park City, KS 67219 Website: http://www.81speedway.com Social Media: http://www.facebook.com/race81Speedway

Friday, July 29, 2022

Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, Okla.) Pits: 4:00 P.M. Grandstands: 5:00 P.M. Draw: 5:30 P.M. – 6:00 P.M. Driver’s Meeting: 6:05 P.M. Hot Laps: 7:00 P.M. Racing: 8:00 P.M. Muffler: ASCS Schoenfeld RACEceiver: 454.000

Tickets: $20 Youth (11-14): $5 Kids 10 & Under: Free

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour w/ASCS Sooner Sooner Late Models, Factory Stocks, Dwarf Cars

Phone: (918) 247-7223 Address: 18450 W Highway 66 Kellyville, OK 74039. Website: http://www.creekcountyspeedway.co Social Media: http://www.facebook.com/CreekCountySpeedway

Saturday, July 30, 2022

Salina Highbanks Speedway (Salina, Okla.) Pits: 3:00 P.M. Grandstands: 5:00 P.M. Draw: 5:00 P.M. – 5:30 P.M. Driver’s Meeting: 5:45 P.M. Hot Laps: 6:30 P.M. Racing: 7:15 P.M. Muffler: Open RACEceiver: 454.000

Tickets: $20 Youth (6-12): $10 Kids 5 & Under: Free

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour w/ASCS Sooner Region USRA B-Mods and Pure Stocks

Phone: (918) 434-7223 Address: 3164 OK-20, Pryor, OK 74361 Website: http://www.salinahighbanksspeedway.com Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/Salina-Highbanks-Speedway-106580361109037/

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Quick Notes:

Who: Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series National Tour What: Lucas Oil ASCS Speedweek powered by Smiley’s Racing Products Where: Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma,

Race Dates:

July 21, 2022 – Tulsa Speedway (Tulsa, Okla.) - RAIN July 22, 2022 – Batesville Motor Speedway (Batesville, Ark.) w/Mid-South July 23, 2022 – I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Ark.) w/Mid-South July 27, 2022 – Caney Valley Speedway (Caney, Kan.) July 28, 2022 – 81-Speedway (Park City, Kan.) July 29, 2022 – Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, Okla.) July 30, 2022 – Salina Highbanks Speedway (Salina, Okla.)

Nightly Payout: 1. $3,000; 2. $2,000; 3. $1,000; 4. $800; 5. $700; 6. $600; 7. $500; 8. $480; 9. $460; 10. $440; 11. $420; 12.-22. $400; Non-Transfer: $100

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs] Instagram: LucasOilASCS Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)** 2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)** 2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R) 10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R) 10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R) 17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD) 24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO) 36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R) 45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R) 52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)** 55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R) 95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK) 187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R) (R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie ** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

Sponsors:

The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

All Champions of the American Sprint Car Series, from National to Regional Tours, will receive a new Superior Steering Wheel (https://superiorsteeringwheel.com). Hard Luck Award provided by Vahlco Wheels.

 

 

Forler's return to ASCS Frontier a success, sweeps Big Sky 360 Nationals
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

BILLINGS, Mont. -Logan Forler's decision to make a return visit to Montana turned out to be a good one, as the reigning ASCS Frontier Region sprint car champion won Saturday's Big Sky 360 Nationals finale at Big Sky Speedway and picked up his second victory in as many nights.

It didn't come so easily as his Friday victory did for the Boise, Idaho driver. After leading the entire feature and never being threatened that first night, Forler on Saturday had to make passes on the track to get the win in the Steve Forler No. 2L Fisher-powered Maxim.

Forler started outside the front row with former series champion Phil Dietz of Laurel, Montana to his inside. Dietz got the better start and as they entered Turn 1 slid up in front of Forler to prevent him from making an outside run, which slowed them both down enough that points leader Trever Kirkland of Helena, Montana took advantage and motored by both of them on the bottom, exiting Turn 2 with the lead.

While Kirkland led in front of them, Dietz held off Forler for a time until a restart at the midway point of the race. Forler got a run and challenged Dietz for the position, and the two traded sliders and crossovers for a couple of laps before Forler established himself in front of the five-time Montana sprint car champion. Kirkland, however, was carrying enough steam that Forler could not run him down as the laps ticked away. That changed when the caution flag came out with six laps remaining, putting Forler right on Kirkland's rear nerf bar.

On what was the final restart of the race with six laps remaining, Forler took the opportunity and pounced, passing Kirkland for the lead in Turns 1 and 2. After getting out front, Forler checked out and motored away, winning by more than 3.4 seconds over Kirkland.

Forler had been racing 410 sprint cars all season on the West Coast, racing with the NARC King of the West series in California with the occasional run north to Oregon and Washington. By his own admission, there were struggles and a lot of learning. Friday's and Saturday's wins in 360 sprint car action were perhaps a confidence booster as they were Forler's first victories this season. Though he'll be returning to the West Coast, Forler was happy to return to the series where he won a championship last year and thanked the race teams, staff and fans for welcoming him back for the weekend.

Kirkland, meanwhile, finished runner-up for the third consecutive race aboard his No. 37 Shark-powered Triple X. While a second a win on the season has eluded them, Kirkland and team are still riding momentum now. Those three consecutive second place finishes followed a big crash and DNF that came at Big Sky Speedway in June, and each time Kirkland also padded his points lead over Coaldale, Alberta's Kelly Miller. With Miller finishing sixth on Saturday, Kirkland increased his lead to 68 points.

After starting on the pole, Dietz finished third aboard his No. 72 Panella-powered Maxim, earning his fourth consecutive Top 5 finish. Tyler Driever of Meridian, Idaho also earned his fourth straight Top 5 finish after a run of bad luck to start the year, as last season's series Rookie of the Year came from the tenth starting spot to finish fourth, earning the hard charger nod and picking up some extra cash that came from the fans for his efforts.

James Setters made a late race pass around Miller to finish fifth. Following Miller, Kory Wermling came back from a flat tire to finish seventh and maintain his third place position in the point standings. Damon McCune, Casey Tillman and Shad Petersen rounded out the Top 10.

Heat races earlier in the evening were won by Wermling and Willie Hernandez.

The ASCS Frontier Region next races on Friday, July 29th in the Summer Clash at Belgrade at Gallatin Speedway, before returning to Big Sky Speedway the next night, July 30th, for the Montana Summer Shootout. The series makes its annual trip south to Sweetwater Speedway in Rock Springs, Wyoming for the Wyoming Sprint Car Showdown on Friday and Saturday, August 12th and 13th.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

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Brodix ASCS Frontier Region
Big Sky 360 Nationals - Night 2
Big Sky Speedway
Billings, MT
July 16, 2022

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. 9k Kory Wermling, 2. 2L Logan Forler, 3. 37 Trever Kirkland, 4. 2n Shad Petersen, 5. 2m Abraham Hernandez, 6. 69r Damon McCune, 7. 17 Levi Dodge, 8. 28 Joe Perry, 9. 24m Ian Myers.

Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. 1m Willie Hernandez, 2. 72 Phil Dietz, 3. 0J Jeremy McCune, 4. 2 James Setters, 5. 33t Tyler Driever, 6. 2jr Kelly Miller, 7. 81 Casey Tillman, 8. 17j Tony Bruce Jr.

Feature (25 laps): 1. 2L Logan Forler, 2. 37 Trever Kirkland, 3. 72 Phil Dietz, 4. 33t Tyler Driever, 5. 2 James Setters, 6. 2jr Kelly Miller, 7. 9k Kory Wermling, 8. 69r Damon McCune, 9. 81 Casey Tillman, 10. 2n Shad Petersen, 11. 2m Abraham Hernandez, 12. 1m Willie Hernandez, 13. 0J Jeremy McCune, DNS - 17 Levi Dodge, 17j Tony Bruce Jr, 24m Ian Myers.

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Big Sky 360 Nationals - past winners

2020 - Seth Bergman
2021 - Tyler Driever
2022 - Logan Forler

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

July 29
Summer Clash at Belgrade
Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT

July 30
Montana Summer Shootout
Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

August 12 & 13
Wyoming Sprint Car Showdown
Sweetwater Speedway - Rock Springs, WY

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2022 ASCS Frontier Region feature winners

May 20 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage)
May 21 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage)
May 27 - Trever Kirkland at Electric City Speedway
May 28 - James Setters at Electric City Speedway
June 10 - Colby Thornhill at Gallatin Speedway
June 11 - Colby Thornhill at Big Sky Speedway
July 1 - Phil Dietz at Gallatin Speedway
July 3 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out)
July 4 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out)
July 15 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 16 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway

 

 

Forler returns to ASCS Frontier, takes Big Sky checkers Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

BILLINGS, Mont. - After racing a 410 sprint car on the West Coast all season, reigning Brodix ASCS Frontier Region champion Logan Forler decided to return to 360 sprint car action this weekend in Montana, and on his first night back with the series he found himself in a familiar place, victory lane.

The Boise, Idaho driver won Friday's main event on opening night of the Big Sky 360 Nationals at Big Sky Speedway in Billings, a track where Forler won twice last year en route to the series championship. Forler led all 25 laps and was never seriously challenged for the lead in the family's No. 2L Fisher-powered Maxim. In a race that was slowed just once, Forler's furious pace around the 3/10-mile clay oval saw him lap through sixth place in the field.

It was Forler's first win this year, and by his admission was a bit of confidence builder as he and team had struggled, but learned a lot, racing 410 sprint cars on the West Coast. Forler will look to sweep the weekend in Saturday night's Big Sky 360 Nationals finale at Big Sky Speedway.

After drawing the pole for the main event, Forler immediately took the lead on the start and motored away from fellow front row starter Kory Wermling. Wermling, who entered the night third in the points standings, eventually fell back to fourth place on the track as points leader Trever Kirkland moved into second place and Tyler Driever into third. Wermling then suffered engine problems while running in fourth place and pulled into the infield.

Kirkland, unable to track down Forler, still got his second straight runner-up finish in ASCS Frontier Region competition aboard the Kirkland Racing No. 37 Shark-powered Triple X. The Helena, Montana driver also increased his points lead, now holding a 48-point advantage over Coaldale, Alberta's Kelly Miller, who finished fourth.

Continuing his rebound from a difficult start to his season, Driever drove from the sixth starting position to finish third aboard the family's No. 33t Shark-powered Maxim. For the Meridian, Idaho driver it was his third straight podium finish and he has climbed back into the Top 5 in the series points standings. Behind Miller, Phil Dietz came from deep in the field to finish fifth and earn hard charger honors, picking up a sizeable cash bonus that came mostly from the fans at the track.

The rest of the Top 10 were Jeremy McCune, James Setters, Willie Hernandez, Abraham Hernandez and Shad Petersen.

Heat races earlier in the evening were won by Wermling and Kirkland.

The series continues with Saturday's Big Sky 360 Nationals finale at Big Sky Speedway. Tickets are $20 for general admission, with seniors and veterans getting in for $15. As always at Big Sky Speedway, kids are 60" are in for free. Saturday's card will see the ASCS Frontier Region sprint cars joined by the WISSOTA street stocks, WISSOTA midwest modifieds and IMCA sport compacts. Big Sky Speedway is located several miles north of town up U.S. Hwy 87 towards Roundup.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

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Brodix ASCS Frontier Region Big Sky 360 Nationals - Night 1 Big Sky Speedway Billings, MT July 15, 2022

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. 9k Kory Wermling, 2. 2jr Kelly Miller, 3. 69r Damon McCune, 4. 2 James Setters, 5. 24m Ian Myers, 6. 1m Willie Hernandez, 7. 72 Phil Dietz, DNS - 17j Tony Bruce Jr.

Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. 37 Trever Kirkland, 2. 2L Logan Forler, 3. 0J Jeremy McCune, 4. 38b Bryan Brown, 5. 33t Tyler Driever, 6. 81 Casey Tillman, 7. 2m Abraham Hernandez, DNS - 2n Shad Petersen.

Feature (25 laps): 1. 2L Logan Forler, 2. 37 Trever Kirkland, 3. 33t Tyler Driever, 4. 2jr Kelly Miller, 5. 72 Phil Dietz, 6. 0J Jeremy McCune, 7. 2 James Setters, 8. 1m Willie Hernandez, 9. 2m Abraham Hernandez, 10. 2n Shad Petersen, 11. 69r Damon McCune, 12. 81 Casey Tillman, 13. 9k Kory Wermling, 14. 24m Ian Myers, DNS - 17j Tony Bruce Jr, 38b Bryan Brown.

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Big Sky 360 Nationals - past winners

2020 - Seth Bergman 2021 - Tyler Driever

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

July 16th Big Sky 360 Nationals - Night 2 Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

July 29 Summer Clash at Belgrade Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT

July 30 Montana Summer Shootout Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

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2022 ASCS Frontier Region feature winners

May 20 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage) May 21 - Canceled at Desert Thunder Raceway (tire shortage) May 27 - Trever Kirkland at Electric City Speedway May 28 - James Setters at Electric City Speedway June 10 - Colby Thornhill at Gallatin Speedway June 11 - Colby Thornhill at Big Sky Speedway July 1 - Phil Dietz at Gallatin Speedway July 3 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out) July 4 - Canceled at Electric City Speedway (rained out) July 15 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway

 

 

Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series Rolling To U.S. 36 Raceway This Friday!

Bryan Hulbert – OSBORN, Mo. (July 13, 2022) A Friday night on the Highbanks is on tap as the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network and ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps at U.S. 36 Raceway in Osborn, Mo.

Headlining action on Friday, July 15, U.S. 36 Raceway is among the steepest banking the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series will encounter in 2022.

Looking back, U.S. 36 Raceway has hosted the National Tour six times since 2005 with just as many winners. Gary Wright topped the field in the tour’s inaugural stop on July 22, 2005. Since then, wins have gone to Jason Johnson (7/3/2012), Johnny Herrera (5/17/2013), Thomas Kennedy, Jr. (4/26/2019), Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (7/17/2020), and Matt Covington (7/16/2021).

Friday, July 15, opens at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $25 for Adults, $23 for Senior and Military, $5 for Youth (6-12), and free for Kids five and under. U.S. 36 Raceway is located at 9850 MO-33 in Osborn, Mo. For more information on the track, log onto http://www.us36racewaydirttrack.com or call (816) 675-2279.

Originally a two-night run with Saturday rolling into Colcord, Okla. that event has been canceled as the track is behind on construction. Saturday will be left open for teams to get laps at Knoxville Raceway in preparation for the 32nd annual 360 Knoxville Nationals presented by Great Southern Bank, happening August 4-6.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Quick Notes:

Who: Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series Where: U.S. 36 Raceway (Osborn, Mo.) When: Friday, July 15, 2022

Times and Other Info:

Pits Gate: 4:00 P.M. Grandstands: 5:00 P.M. Draw: 6:00 P.M. – 6:30 P.M. Driver’s Meeting: 7:30 P.M. Racing: 8:00 P.M. Muffler Rule: Open RACEceiver: 454.000

Prices:

Pit Pass: $35 Admission: $25, Kids 5 and under: Free

Contact Info: U.S. 36 Raceway

Address: 9850 MO-33, Osborn, MO 64474 Phone: (816) 675-2279 Website: http://www.us36racewaydirttrack.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/US36RacewayDirtTrack

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs] Instagram: LucasOilASCS Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 3 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park); Derek Hagar – 2 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 1 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 1 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway); Matt Covington – 1 (7/1 – Boone County Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/2 – WaKeeney Speedway); Zach Blurton – 1 (7/3 – WaKeeney Speedway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Blake Hahn 1,432; 2 Wayne Johnson 1,391; 3. Jason Martin 1,376; 4. Garet Williamson 1,349; 5. Matt Covington 1,296; 6. Tim Crawley 1,274; 7. Brandon Anderson 1,271; 8. Landon Britt 1,115; 9. Landon Crawley 1,113; 10. Kyler Johnson 1,101; 11. Ryan Bickett 1,074; 12. Dylan Postier 962; 13. Dylan Opdahl 926; 14. Dylan Westbrook 729; 15. Seth Bergman 566;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)** 2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)** 2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R) 10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R) 10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R) 17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD) 24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO) 36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R) 45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R) 52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)** 55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R) 95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK) 187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R) (R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie ** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

 

 

Zach Blurton Lands His First Career Lucas Oil ASCS Win At WaKeeney Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – WAKEENEY, Kan. (July 3, 2022) Leading start to finish at WaKeeney Speedway, Zach Blurton found his way into Victory Lane with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network on Sunday night.

Pocketing $5,000 in the Western Kansas Showdown, Blurton is the 163rd driver to win with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the eighth from the state of Kansas, and first from Quinter.

Working through several attempts at the start, the green finally waved with Blurton taking off with the lead. Slowed again after a single lap, the red lights came on after contact sent Wayne Johnson flipping violently off the top of the third turn. Wayne escaped under his own power.

Back to green with Hahn and Martin chasing, the leaders were in traffic by Lap 5 as the line began migrating to the center. Picking through the slower cars, Blurton was faced with the task of fending off Hahn a few laps later. Going pass for pass around lapped cars, Hahn edged ahead of the No. 2j for the point, but the caution would bring the field back to the last fully completed lap.

Advancing Blurton back to the lead, the No. 2j worked on hitting his marks. A final caution putting the field at six laps to run, Zach pulled away by 2.215-seconds at the finish.

Crossing second, Hahn’s three consecutive podium finishes on the weekend helped advance the defending series champion into the point’s lead by 41. Brining his run of podium finishes to four in a row, Martin now finds himself 56 points out of the lead.

A rebound night for Brandon Anderson, who suffered a DNF after leading on Friday, the No. 55b crossed fourth with Jake Bubak breathing down his neck the entire race to finish fifth.

Matt Covington made it to sixth, with Tim Crawley seventh. Having to march from the back, Garet Williamson fought back from a restart penalty to finish eighth. Equally impressive from 22nd, Landon Britt made it to ninth. South Dakota’s Ryan Bickett completed the top ten.

The field of 24 worked three SCE Gaskets Heat Races. Wins went to Zach Blurton, Brandon Anderson, and Blake Hahn. The night’s overall quick time was set by Blurton at 15.507-seconds. Provisionals were not needed.

The next event on the 2022 lineup is Friday, June 15 at U.S. 36 Raceway. The Saturday date at Arrowhead Speedway has been removed as track construction is behind schedule. A replacement venue will be announced in the next few days.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour
WaKeeney Speedway (WaKenney, Kan.)
Sunday, July 3, 2022

Car Count: 24
Event Count: 26

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 2J-Zach Blurton, 15.507[4]; 2. 1B-Jake Bubak, 15.599[1]; 3. 10C-Jeremy Campbell, 15.625[2]; 4. 95-Matt Covington, 15.654[6]; 5. 1X-Tim Crawley, 15.965[5]; 6. 7C-Chris Morgan, 16.146[3]; 7. 1-Nick Haygood, 16.310[8]; 8. 10X-Lincoln Drewis, 16.735[7]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 187-Landon Crawley, 16.409[2]; 2. 2B-Brett Becker, 16.431[7]; 3. 6-Kaden Taylor, 16.456[8]; 4. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 16.489[1]; 5. 10-Landon Britt, 16.510[5]; 6. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 16.515[6]; 7. 2-Dylan Opdahl, 16.635[3]; 8. 10K-Jordan Knight, 16.794[4]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin, 16.070[8]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn, 16.175[2]; 3. 24-Garet Williamson, 16.242[3]; 4. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 16.391[5]; 5. 47-Brant O'Banion, 16.817[4]; 6. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 16.977[1]; 7. 10P-Dylan Postier, 16.988[7]; 8. 77B-Michael Bingham, 17.964[6]

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Everyone advancing to the A-Feature)

SCE Gaskets Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 2J-Zach Blurton[4]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 3. 1B-Jake Bubak[3]; 4. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[2]; 5. 1X-Tim Crawley[5]; 6. 7C-Chris Morgan[6]; 7. 10X-Lincoln Drewis[8]; 8. 1-Nick Haygood[7]

SCE Gaskets Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 2. 2B-Brett Becker[3]; 3. 187-Landon Crawley[4]; 4. 45X-Kyler Johnson[6]; 5. 6-Kaden Taylor[2]; 6. 10K-Jordan Knight[7]; 7. 2-Dylan Opdahl[5]; 8. 10-Landon Britt[8]

SCE Gaskets Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 2. 36-Jason Martin[4]; 3. 2C-Wayne Johnson[1]; 4. 17B-Ryan Bickett[6]; 5. 47-Brant O'Banion[5]; 6. 10P-Dylan Postier[7]; 7. 24-Garet Williamson[2]; 8. 77B-Michael Bingham[8]

A-Feature

A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 2J-Zach Blurton[1]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[2]; 3. 36-Jason Martin[3]; 4. 55B-Brandon Anderson[6]; 5. 1B-Jake Bubak[7]; 6. 95-Matt Covington[8]; 7. 1X-Tim Crawley[13]; 8. 24-Garet Williamson[20]; 9. 10-Landon Britt[22]; 10. 17B-Ryan Bickett[10]; 11. 7C-Chris Morgan[18]; 12. 10K-Jordan Knight[17]; 13. 10P-Dylan Postier[16]; 14. 1-Nick Haygood[24]; 15. 2-Dylan Opdahl[21]; 16. 45X-Kyler Johnson[9]; 17. 47-Brant O'Banion[14]; 18. 77B-Michael Bingham[23]; 19. 187-Landon Crawley[5]; 20. 10X-Lincoln Drewis[19]; 21. 6-Kaden Taylor[15]; 22. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[12]; 23. 2B-Brett Becker[4]; 24. 2C-Wayne Johnson[11]

Lap Leader(s): Zach Blurton 1-25
Hard Charger: Landon Britt +13
Quick Time: Zach Blurton 15.507-seconds
High Point Driver: Zach Blurton
Provisional(s): N/A

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs]
Instagram: LucasOilASCS
Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com
Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 3 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park); Derek Hagar – 2 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 1 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 1 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway); Matt Covington – 1 (7/1 – Boone County Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/2 – WaKeeney Speedway); Zach Blurton – 1 (7/3 – WaKeeney Speedway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Blake Hahn 1,432; 2 Wayne Johnson 1,391; 3. Jason Martin 1,376; 4. Garet Williamson 1,349; 5. Matt Covington 1,296; 6. Tim Crawley 1,274; 7. Brandon Anderson 1,271; 8. Landon Britt 1,115; 9. Landon Crawley 1,113; 10. Kyler Johnson 1,101; 11. Ryan Bickett 1,074; 12. Dylan Postier 962; 13. Dylan Opdahl 926; 14. Dylan Westbrook 729; 15. Seth Bergman 566;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**
2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**
2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R)
10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)
10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)
17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)
24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)
36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)
45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)
52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**
55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)
95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)
187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)
(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie
** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

Sponsors:

The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

All Champions of the American Sprint Car Series, from National to Regional Tours, will receive a new Superior Steering Wheel (https://superiorsteeringwheel.com). Hard Luck Award provided by Vahlco Wheels.

 

 

Rain washes out ASCS Frontier's 4th of July bash at Electric City

Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

GREAT FALLS, Mont. - Rain is falling in Great Falls and will continue to do so for the next couple of days. Officials with both Electric City Speedway and Stagg Motor Sports have agreed it is best to cancel the ASCS Frontier Region sprint car tour's events at the Montana dirt track both Sunday and Monday.

The series and track wish to thank everyone who was planning to race this weekend. The call was made now to save travel time for those who had not left yet for the track. For those who are already in Great Falls, Stagg Motor Sports will host a gathering at 5:00 p.m. this evening (Sunday) at the Pit Stop Tavern just a couple of blocks down the street from Electric City Speedway. Food and drink will be available as a thank you to the race teams for their support.

The next scheduled event for the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region is the Big Sky 360 Nationals on Friday and Saturday, July 15th and 16th at Big Sky Speedway, located just outside of Billings, Montana.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

July 15th & 16th Big Sky 360 Nationals Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

July 29 Summer Clash at Belgrade Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT

July 30 Montana Summer Shootout Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

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2022 ASCS Frontier Region feature winners

May 27 - Trever Kirkland at Electric City Speedway May 28 - James Setters at Electric City Speedway June 10 - Colby Thornhill at Gallatin Speedway June 11 - Colby Thornhill at Big Sky Speedway July 1 - Phil Dietz at Gallatin Speedway

 

 

Bubak Wins Lucas Oil ASCS Western Kansas Showdown Opener At WaKeeney Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – WAKEENEY, Kan. (July 2, 2022) Getting the lead on Lap 4 and never looking back, Colorado's Jake Bubak wheeled the Ochs/MAP No. 1b into Victory Lane Saturday night with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network at WaKeeney Speedway.

Opening the Western Kansas Showdown, the prelim night win was worth $3,000 and marked the second time Bubak has topped the National Tour, with his first coming at West Texas Raceway on June 9, 2017. Jake remains the only driver from Colorado to top the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network.

"It's really cool to get the win here. Especially for the car owners being from this area, plus I grew up racing around here when I started in Sprint Cars with URSS, so this is special. Getting another win with the National Tour is a big deal for us. It's been a long time," stated Bubak of the win.

Racing past Brandon Anderson on Lap 4, the No 55b struggled to hold position as Anderson fought against a failing power steering system. Brandon's night would end on Lap 9 with power steering fluid starting to pour out.

Chased by Blake Hahn on the ensuing restart, two attempts after the cone was struck by Jeff Stasa saw Hahn peek a nose under the No. 1b for the lead but could not get the speed to overtake. Quickly through traffic before another slowdown, each restart saw Bubak able to fend off the No. 52.

Finding traffic on the final lap would not change anything as Bubak found the line with 1.207-seconds to spare.

Asked about the restarts and being challenged at one point by Hahn, Jake said, "I was actually worried because the car wasn't taking off very well, so I just had to block the entry as much as I could, hope I didn't see a nose, and just make good laps from there."

Blake Hahn held on for second after a last restart change from Jason Martin. Getting third on a Lap 15 restart, Martin has been on the podium in his last three outings. Matt Covington ended up fourth, with Garet Williamson moving from 11th to complete the top five.

Tim Crawley crossed sixth, with Zach Blurton chasing from ninth. Jeremy Campbell, eighth, was pursued by Wayne Johnson, who had to advance from 16th following an engine change after his Heat Race. Kyler Johnson completed the top ten.

The field of 26 settled into three SCE Gaskets Heat Races. Wins went to Jeremy Huish, Tim Crawley, and Jake Bubak. Blake Hahn established the track record at 14.700-seconds. A BMRS B-Feature was not contested.

The Western Kansas Showdown continues Sunday, July 3, at WaKeeney Speedway, with a $5,000 check awaiting the winner. Gates open at 5:00 P.M., with racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Hobby Stocks, Cruisers, and Compacts are also on the card. Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for seniors, $10 for youth (11-14), and free for kids 10 and under. WaKeeney Speedway is located at 100 N 13th St. in WaKeeney, Kan. Information on the track can be found at https://www.wakeeneyspeedway.net or by calling Terry Mattox at (918) 417-0624.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour
WaKeeney Speedway (WaKenney, Kan.)
Saturday, July 2, 2022

Car Count: 26

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington, 14.806[2]; 2. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 15.055[1]; 3. 1-Nick Haygood, 15.175[3]; 4. 88J-Jeremy Huish, 15.189[7]; 5. 6-Kaden Taylor, 15.283[4]; 6. 2-Dylan Opdahl, 15.364[6]; 7. 91-Jeff Stasa, 15.486[5]; 8. 77B-Michael Bingham, 15.486[9]; 9. (DNS) 7C-Chris Morgan, 15.486

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn, 14.700[4]; 2. 24-Garet Williamson, 14.800[3]; 3. 1X-Tim Crawley, 15.016[6]; 4. 10C-Jeremy Campbell, 15.108[2]; 5. 10-Landon Britt, 15.108[8]; 6. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 15.174[5]; 7. 2B-Brett Becker, 15.180[1]; 8. 10K-Jordan Knight, 15.477[9]; 9. 10X-Lincoln Drewis, 15.771[7]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 2J-Zach Blurton, 14.799[6]; 2. 36-Jason Martin, 14.819[8]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 14.877[7]; 4. 1B-Jake Bubak, 14.895[3]; 5. 187-Landon Crawley, 14.941[2]; 6. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 14.960[1]; 7. 47-Brant O'Banion, 15.186[4]; 8. 10P-Dylan Postier, 15.477[5]

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Everyone advancing to the A-Feature)

SCE Gaskets Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 88J-Jeremy Huish[1]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 3. 1-Nick Haygood[2]; 4. 2C-Wayne Johnson[3]; 5. 6-Kaden Taylor[5]; 6. 91-Jeff Stasa[7]; 7. 2-Dylan Opdahl[6]; 8. 77B-Michael Bingham[8]; 9. 7C-Chris Morgan[9]

SCE Gaskets Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 1X-Tim Crawley[2]; 2. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[1]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 4. 24-Garet Williamson[3]; 5. 10-Landon Britt[5]; 6. 2B-Brett Becker[7]; 7. 17B-Ryan Bickett[6]; 8. 10X-Lincoln Drewis[9]; 9. 10K-Jordan Knight[8]

SCE Gaskets Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 1B-Jake Bubak[1]; 2. 55B-Brandon Anderson[2]; 3. 36-Jason Martin[3]; 4. 2J-Zach Blurton[4]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson[6]; 6. 187-Landon Crawley[5]; 7. 47-Brant O'Banion [7]; 8. 10P-Dylan Postier[8]

A-Feature

A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 1B-Jake Bubak[3]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 3. 36-Jason Martin[7]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[6]; 5. 24-Garet Williamson[11]; 6. 1X-Tim Crawley[5]; 7. 2J-Zach Blurton[9]; 8. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[8]; 9. 2C-Wayne Johnson[16]; 10. 45X-Kyler Johnson[12]; 11. 187-Landon Crawley[18]; 12. 10-Landon Britt[13]; 13. 47-Brant O'Banion[19]; 14. 1-Nick Haygood[10]; 15. 17B-Ryan Bickett[20]; 16. 91-Jeff Stasa[17]; 17. 2B-Brett Becker[15]; 18. 2-Dylan Opdahl[21]; 19. 88J-Jeremy Huish[2]; 20. 10P-Dylan Postier[23]; 21. 7C-Chris Morgan[26]; 22. 10X-Lincoln Drewis[22]; 23. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 24. 10K-Jordan Knight[24]; 25. 77B-Michael Bingham[25]; 26. 6-Kaden Taylor[14]

Lap Leader(s): Brandon Anderson 1-3; Jake Bubak 4-25
Hard Charger: Landon Crawley +7
Quick Time: Blake Hahn 14.700-seconds
High Point Driver: Matt Covington
Provisional(s): N/A

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs]
Instagram: LucasOilASCS
Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com
Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 3 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park); Derek Hagar – 2 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 1 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 1 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway); Matt Covington – 1 (7/1 – Boone County Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/2 – WaKeeney Speedway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Wayne Johnson 1,305; 2. Blake Hahn 1,290; 3. Jason Martin 1,241; 4. Garet Williamson 1,233; 5. Matt Covington 1,174; 6. Tim Crawley 1,155; 7. Brandon Anderson 1,141; 8. Landon Crawley 1,021; 9. Kyler Johnson 1,003; 10. Landon Britt 1,002; 11. Ryan Bickett 964; 12. Dylan Postier 858; 13. Dylan Opdahl 826; 14. Dylan Westbrook 729; 15. Seth Bergman 566;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**
2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**
2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R)
10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)
10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)
17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)
24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)
36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)
45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)
52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**
55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)
95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)
187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)
(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie
** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

Sponsors:

The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

All Champions of the American Sprint Car Series, from National to Regional Tours, will receive a new Superior Steering Wheel (https://superiorsteeringwheel.com). Hard Luck Award provided by Vahlco Wheels.

 

 

Dietz makes late pass, bags ASCS Frontier checkers at Gallatin Andrew Kunas

BELGRADE, Mont. - Phil Dietz made a late race pass around a longtime friend and competitor and scored his first ASCS Frontier Region sprint car victory of the season Friday night at Gallatin Speedway.

The five-time Montana sprint car champion out of Laurel, Montana started the 25-lap feature outside the second row and immediately took over the third position on the start while Helena, Montana's Trever Kirkland led the opening lap. Dietz ran third for a time before muscling his way by Meridian, Idaho's Tyler Driever for second place. He eventually went after his friend Trever Kirkland for the lead, and got it.

The win came before yet another packed grandstand at Gallatin Speedway for Dietz aboard his No. 72 Panella-powered Maxim.

It was a big turnaround from what had been a miserable start to the season for Dietz. Originally setting out for a run at a sixth championship, Dietz blew a motor in hotlaps on opening night at Electric City Speedway and missed the next night because of it. He was later involved in a melee on the start of the June 11th race at Big Sky Speedway that saw him lose his top wing. He put a spare on in the work area and somehow managed a Top 5 finish out of that. After all that, Dietz and his team, including wife Lisa, were all smiles after scoring the victory Friday night.

Dietz's win was his tenth career ASCS Frontier Region victory, and his fourth at Gallatin Speedway.

Kirkland was involved in the same June 11th crash at Big Sky Speedway as Dietz. Despite destroying a car, Kirkland was still the series points leader after that race. Despite not holding on the for the win Friday night, it was still a bounce back for Kirkland, who finished second aboard his No. 37 Shark-powered Triple X. He also increased his points lead over Coaldale, Alberta's Kelly Miller, who finished sixth, by 20 points and now unofficially leads by 36 tallies.

After a miserable start to his season as well, Driever scored his second consecutive podium finish, taking third aboard the family's No. 33t Shark-powered Maxim. This came after an intense late race battle for the position with Roy, Washington's Lane Taylor, who eventually finished fourth ahead of Kory Wermling, who moved into third place in the points with his fifth place finish. The rest of the Top 10 were Miller, Bryan Brown, Jordan Milne, Ross Mathewson and Decklyn Fleming.

The feature was slowed by a caution flag just once, coming with 11 laps completed.

Heat races earlier in the evening were won by Driever and Dietz.

The series next moves to Electric City Speedway in Great Falls, Montana for a special Sunday and Monday holiday event, July 3rd and 4th, as part of the track's Fireball Special. Racing starts at 7:00 p.m. both nights.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

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Brodix ASCS Frontier Region Grizzly Showdown Gallatin Speedway Belgrade, MT July 1, 2022

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. 33t Tyler Driever, 2. 37 Trever Kirkland, 3. 31 Shane Moore, 4. 56 Ross Mathewson, 5. 38b Bryan Brown, 6. 7f Decklyn Fleming.

Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. 72 Phil Dietz, 2. 9k Kory Wermling, 3. 4L Lane Taylor, 4. 2jr Kelly Miller, 5. 3 Jordan Milne, 6. 17f Paxton Fleming.

Feature (25 laps): 1. 72 Phil Dietz, 2. 37 Trever Kirkland, 3. 33t Tyler Driever, 4. 4L Lane Taylor, 5. 9k Kory Wermling, 6. 2jr Kelly Miller, 7. 38b Bryan Brown, 8. 3 Jordan Milne, 9. 56 Ross Mathewson, 10. 7f Decklyn Fleming, 11. 17f Paxton Fleming, 12. 31 Shane Moore.

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

July 3rd & 4th 4th of July Fireball Special Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT

July 15th & 16th Big Sky 360 Nationals Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

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2022 ASCS Frontier Region feature winners

May 27 - Trever Kirkland at Electric City Speedway May 28 - James Setters at Electric City Speedway June 10 - Colby Thornhill at Gallatin Speedway June 11 - Colby Thornhill at Big Sky Speedway July 1 - Phil Dietz at Gallatin Speedway

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ASCS Racing www.ascsracing.com

Stagg Motor Sports www.staggmotorsports.com

 

 

Matt Covington Lands First Win Of 2022 Season At Boone County Raceway

Bryan Hulbert – ALBION, Neb. (July 1, 2022) Winning a dogfight of a race at Boone County Raceway, the debut event for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network at the high-banked Nebraska oval, went the way of Oklahoma's Matt Covington on Friday night.

Covington's first win of the 2022 season, the win is the 15th time the Missile Motorsports/A-Rock Material No. 95 has parked in Victory Lane with the National Tour and first in the state of Nebraska.

"This season has been up and down so far; I can't even describe how much we needed this win, especially for Matthew [Howard]. He works his butt off on this car. I feel like he's worked way harder than he even had to last year, only to not have the same kind of results, and that's tough," stated Covington. "We've had a couple podiums, but this is a major boost for us. Luckily, the injury to my ribs isn't hurting me in the car anymore. Not going to be doing pushups or bench press anytime soon, but I'm back to where I feel good in the car, and I feel like you could see that tonight."

Chasing the No. 36 of Jason Martin from the start, Covington began moving his line to encompass the cushion at either end of the three-eighths-mile oval. Working into traffic at the race's mid-point, Martin stuck the bottom with slower cars allowing Matt to close the gap. Down to car lengths on Lap 15, Martin went three wide with traffic, only to have the top clear for Covington through the third and fourth turns. With momentum off the fourth turn, the Covington took the point on Lap 16.

On the run to the lead, Matt said, "I sent it to the top, and it felt good, so I kind of maintained at first then started working on closing in on Jason [Martin], and once we got into traffic, I was able to get positioned and make the run, with a line that he wasn't working yet."

Vacating the hub, Jason began fighting back. Working all the way into the cushion as Covington cheated the top line, the fight for the lead was on with four laps to run. Pulling the trigger on the slide job, Martin shot back to the point, but the caution would come out before the lap could be completed.

Negating the pass, the point fell back to Matt Covington, who went unchallenged to a 0.501-second margin at the finish. Jason Martin in second was followed by Blake Hahn, who made the last second pass on Garet Williamson. The two were separated by 0.033-seconds at the line. Brandon Anderson completed the top five.

Wayne Johnson was sixth after a multi-lap showdown with Zach Blurton, who ended up seventh. Joey Danley eighth was followed by Seth Brahmer in ninth. Contact from Johnson on Lap 7 while battling for fifth, Tim Crawley was able to bounce back to complete the top ten.

The field of 28 broke down into four SCE Gaskets Heat Races, with wins earned by Brandon Anderson, Garet Williamson, Matt Covington, and Tim Crawley. The night's BMRS B-Feature went to Landon Crawley. The newly established track record belongs to Jason Martin at 14.556-seconds. No provisionals were needed.

The next event for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network is the Western Kansas Showdown at WaKeeney Speedway in WaKeeney, Kan., on Saturday, July 2, and Sunday, July 3. Saturday at WaKeeney Speedway is $3,000 to win, $400 to start, and Sunday is $5,000 to win and $500 to start. Both nights open at 5:00 P.M., with racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Hobby Stocks, Cruisers, and Compacts are also on the card.

Tickets per night are $20 for adults, $15 for seniors, $10 for youth (11-14), and free for kids 10 and under. Saturday will feature Fireworks. WaKeeney Speedway is located at 100 N 13th St. in WaKeeney, Kan. Information on the track can be found at https://www.wakeeneyspeedway.net or by calling Terry Mattox at (918) 417-0624.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour
Boone County Raceway (Albion, Neb.)
Friday, July 1, 2022

Car Count: 28

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin, 14.556[4]; 2. 187-Landon Crawley, 14.652[2]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 14.767[7]; 4. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 14.835[3]; 5. 10P-Dylan Postier, 14.843[1]; 6. 2J-Zach Blurton, 14.964[6]; 7. 91X-Adam Gullion, 15.055[5]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 24-Garet Williamson, 14.999[2]; 2. 47-Brant O'Banion, 15.067[4]; 3. 10-Landon Britt, 15.430[5]; 4. 91-Brandon Stevenson, 15.603[1]; 5. 10J-Justin Jacobsma, 15.707[7]; 6. 36X-Rick Hansen, 16.163[3]; 7. 77B-Michael Bingham, 16.377[6]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington, 14.754[3]; 2. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 15.340[4]; 3. 14-Joey Danley, 15.591[6]; 4. 1B-Cade Richards, 15.766[2]; 5. 57B-Boyd Peterson, 15.898[5]; 6. 10X-Lincoln Drewis, 15.947[7]; 7. 48-Taylor Forbes, 16.025[1]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 4 (3 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman, 14.813[3]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn, 14.939[4]; 3. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 15.023[1]; 4. 1X-Tim Crawley, 15.255[5]; 5. 13V-Seth Brahmer, 15.414[6]; 6. 2-Dylan Opdahl, 15.693[2]; 7. 91K-Ryan Kitchen, 16.085[7]

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Top 16 in combined points advance to the A-Feature)

SCE Gaskets Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[2]; 2. 36-Jason Martin[4]; 3. 2J-Zach Blurton[6]; 4. 45X-Kyler Johnson[1]; 5. 187-Landon Crawley[3]; 6. 91X-Adam Gullion[7]; 7. 10P-Dylan Postier[5]

SCE Gaskets Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 24-Garet Williamson[4]; 2. 10-Landon Britt[2]; 3. 91-Brandon Stevenson[1]; 4. 36X-Rick Hansen[6]; 5. 47-Brant O'Banion [3]; 6. 10J-Justin Jacobsma[5]; 7. 77B-Michael Bingham[7]

SCE Gaskets Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 2. 14-Joey Danley[2]; 3. 17B-Ryan Bickett[3]; 4. 10X-Lincoln Drewis[6]; 5. 48-Taylor Forbes[7]; 6. 1B-Cade Richards[1]; 7. 57B-Boyd Peterson[5]

SCE Gaskets Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 1X-Tim Crawley[1]; 2. 2C-Wayne Johnson[2]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 4. 23-Seth Bergman[4]; 5. 13V-Seth Brahmer[5]; 6. 2-Dylan Opdahl[6]; 7. 91K-Ryan Kitchen[7]

BMRS B-Feature (Top 6 advance to the A-Feature)

BMRS B-Main (12 Laps): 1. 187-Landon Crawley[1]; 2. 13V-Seth Brahmer[4]; 3. 45X-Kyler Johnson[3]; 4. 10P-Dylan Postier[11]; 5. 2-Dylan Opdahl[6]; 6. 91K-Ryan Kitchen[9]; 7. 91X-Adam Gullion[5]; 8. 57B-Boyd Peterson[12]; 9. 77B-Michael Bingham[10]; 10. 47-Brant O'Banion [2]; 11. 1B-Cade Richards[8]; 12. 10J-Justin Jacobsma[7]

A-Feature

A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 2. 36-Jason Martin[2]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn[10]; 4. 24-Garet Williamson[3]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 6. 2C-Wayne Johnson[7]; 7. 2J-Zach Blurton[6]; 8. 14-Joey Danley[9]; 9. 13V-Seth Brahmer[18]; 10. 1X-Tim Crawley[5]; 11. 10-Landon Britt[8]; 12. 45X-Kyler Johnson[19]; 13. 187-Landon Crawley[17]; 14. 17B-Ryan Bickett[11]; 15. 91-Brandon Stevenson[15]; 16. 10P-Dylan Postier[20]; 17. 48-Taylor Forbes[16]; 18. 2-Dylan Opdahl[21]; 19. 10X-Lincoln Drewis[13]; 20. 36X-Rick Hansen[14]; 21. 91K-Ryan Kitchen[22]; 22. 23-Seth Bergman[12]

Lap Leader(s): Jason Martin 1-15; Matt Covington 16-25
Hard Charger: Seth Brahmer +9
Quick Time: Jason Martin 14.556-seconds
High Point Driver: Matt Covington
Provisional(s): N/A

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs]
Instagram: LucasOilASCS
Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com
Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 3 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park); Derek Hagar – 2 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 1 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 1 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway); Matt Covington – 1 (7/1 – Boone County Raceway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Wayne Johnson 1,192; 2. Blake Hahn 1,148; 3. Garet Williamson 1,108; 4. Jason Martin 1,106; 5. Brandon Anderson 1,054; 6. Matt Covington 1,044; 7. Tim Crawley 1,033; 8. Landon Crawley 913; 9. Landon Britt 896; 10 Kyler Johnson 893; 11. Ryan Bickett 864; 12. Dylan Postier 768; 13. Dylan Opdahl 732; 14. Dylan Westbrook 729; 15. Seth Bergman 566;
ASCS National Tour Drivers:
1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**
2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**
2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R)
10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)
10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)
17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)
24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)
36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)
45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)
52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**
55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)
95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)
187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)
(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie
** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

Sponsors:

The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

 

 

Busy 4th of July weekend ahead for ASCS Frontier Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

A busy stretch of racing is coming up for the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, which will race three times on this 4th of July holiday weekend.

The touring 360 sprint car series will race this Friday night in the Grizzly Showdown at Gallatin Speedway in Belgrade, Montana (outside of Bozeman) in the Grizzly Showdown. A day off comes on Saturday before the series has a two-night 4th of July Showdown at the Fireball Special at Great Falls' Electric City Speedway on Sunday and Monday, July 3rd and 4th.

Helena, Montana's Trever Kirkland enters the three-race weekend with a 16-point lead over Coaldale, Alberta's Kelly Miller. Kirkland leads despite flipping upside down in the most recent ASCS Frontier Region event June 11th at Big Sky Speedway. Miller is second in points despite running out of fuel at the end of that same main event. Both drivers are looking to bounce back, at two tracks where both have won at, and Kirkland was victorious at Electric City Speedway in May.

Colby Thornhill of Enumclaw, Washington was victorious in the last two outings for the ASCS Frontier Region, sweeping the weekend June 10th at Gallatin Speedway and June 11th at Big Sky Speedway.

Saturday, July 2nd the series will not be racing. However, a car show and a meet and greet will be held from 4pm to 7pm that evening at the Pit Stop Tavern just a couple of blocks from Electric City Speedway, giving fans the chance to see some sprint cars up close and personal and meet the drivers taking part.

Friday's show at Gallatin Speedway will have IMCA modifieds and WISSOTA street stocks on the card with the sprint cars. Gates open at 5:30 with racing scheduled for 7:35. Adults get in for $15 and juniors and seniors are in for $13. Kids 12 and under are free.

Sunday and on the 4th of July Monday at Electric City Speedway, each day will have adults in for $20 while those over 55 and juniors ages 13 to 17 get in for $14. Kids 12 and under are in for just $5. IMCA modifieds and WISSOTA street stocks join both days while WISSOTA super stocks race Sunday and WISSOTA midwest modifieds race on Monday.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

July 1st Grizzly Showdown Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT

July 3rd & 4th 4th of July Fireball Special Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT

July 15th & 16th Big Sky 360 Nationals Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

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2022 ASCS Frontier Region feature winners

May 27 - Trever Kirkland at Electric City Speedway May 28 - James Setters at Electric City Speedway June 10 - Colby Thornhill at Gallatin Speedway June 11 - Colby Thornhill at Big Sky Speedway

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Brodix ASCS Frontier Region point standings

1. Trever Kirkland, 526 2. Kelly Miller, 510 3. Joe Perry, 505 4. Kory Wermling, 499 5. Jordan Milne, 457 6. Ross Mathewson, 456 7. Ian Myers, 444 8. James Setters, 422 9. Tyler Driever, 349 10. Bryan Brown, 347

 

 

2023 Chili Bowl Ticket Orders Are Being Processed!

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (June 29, 2022) The number one question is, where are my tickets?

The answer, is they are being sorted now. While the plan was to have tickets going out already, as the way of the world is these days, the printing and shipping process was delayed; therefore, tickets finally arrived at the Chili Bowl office on Friday, June 17.

We are working on getting tickets pulled and shipped as soon as possible. Remember, this process is done by hand, so it will take a little bit. All renewals are processed first, then changes to those accounts, then new orders will be done in the order they were received until all tickets are sold.

If a Reserved Seat ticket cannot be obtained, Pit Passes will be on sale at the event and never sell out. The Pit Pass double as a General Admission pass and allows fans access to the back straightaway on a first-come, first-served basis. Pit Passes are not sold in advance. The Chili Bowl Nationals does not sell tickets or Pit Passes online.

As we go through orders, we may have questions. We will call you. If you don’t answer, we will leave a message. Please call us back as soon as possible so we can get your order processed.

Once we get tickets pulled and verified, we will begin charging. If there is an issue with your card, we will call you. If you don’t answer, we will leave a message. Please call us back as soon as possible so we can get your order processed. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Cash, Check, or Money Order.

Domestic orders not held in Will Call will be sent via USPS Certified Mail. Each order sent will require a signature upon arrival. All international orders will be kept in Will Call. The offices of the Chili Bowl Nationals are open Monday-Friday from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. (CT). Again, all new orders, as well as renewals, begin at the same time.

For continued updates on the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, fans can follow along on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram with @CBNationals. All official press updates and results on the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire can be found online at http://www.chilibowl.com.

Quick Notes:

What: 37th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire
When: January 9-14, 2023
Where: SageNet Center – Tulsa Expo Raceway 4145 E 21st St, Tulsa, OK 74114

Contact:

Phone: (918) 838-3777
Fax: (918) 836-5517
Mail: 1140 S. 83rd East Ave. Tulsa, OK 74112

Chili Bowl Online:

Website: http://www.chilibowl.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/chilibowlnationals
Twitter: (@cbnationals)
Official Hashtag: #ChiliBowl2023
Instagram: cbnationals
Snap Chat: TheChiliBowl

Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals Champions:

Year - Driver (Owner)

2022 – Tanner Thorson (Andy Reinbold)
2021 - Kyle Larson (Kyle Larson Openwheel)
2020 - Kyle Larson (Kyle Larson Openwheel, LLC-Mike Larson)
2019 - Christopher Bell (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian)
2018 - Christopher Bell (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian)
2017 - Christopher Bell (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian)
2016 - Rico Abreu (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian)
2015 - Rico Abreu (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian)
2014 - Bryan Clauson (Joe Dooling/Rusty Kunz/Curb Records)
2013 - Kevin Swindell (Swindell Motorsports/Curb Records)
2012 - Kevin Swindell (Swindell Motorsports/Curb Records)
2011 - Kevin Swindell (Swindell Motorsports/Curb Records)
2010 - Kevin Swindell (Swindell Motorsports/Curb Records)
2009 - Sammy Swindell (Swindell Motorsports/Curb Records)
2008 - Damion Gardner (Jason Leffler)
2007 - Tony Stewart (Tony Stewart Motorsports)
2006 - Tim McCreadie (Steve Smith)
2005 - Tracy Hines (Wilke - Pak)
2004 - Cory Kruseman (Andy Bondio)
2003 - Dan Boorse (Dan Boorse)
2002 - Tony Stewart (Keith Kunz)
2001 - Jay Drake (Keith Kunz)
2000 - Cory Kruseman (Andy Bondio)
1999 - Dan Boorse (Dan Boorse)
1998 - Sammy Swindell (Pete Willoughby)
1997 - Billy Boat (John Lawson)
1996 - Sammy Swindell (Rusty Kunz / Jay McKinnie)
1995 - Donnie Beechler (Zarounian Motorsports)
1994 - Andy Hillenburg (Keith Kunz / Rusty Kunz)
1993 - Dave Blaney (Ralph Potter)
1992 - Sammy Swindell (Dave Ellis)
1991 - Lealand McSpadden (Andy Bondio)
1990 - John Heydenreich (Tony Finley)
1989 - Sammy Swindell (Jack Runyon)
1988 - Scott Hatton (Jerry Hatton)
1987 - Rich Vogler (Bob Lowe)

VIROC Champions: Justin Grant (2022), Christopher Bell (2021 and 2020), Tanner Thorson (2019 and 2016), Chad Boat (2018), Kyle Larson (2017 and 2014), Sammy Swindell (2015, 2012, 2011, 2009), Kevin Swindell (2013), Brad Loyet (2010)

Trade Show: A long-standing tradition at the Chili Bowl, the Trade Show, which is open to the public each day (Monday through Saturday), is free of charge. All variety of racing products, apparel, and more is available with well over 100 vendors. The Trade Show still has space available. Anyone looking to be a part of the Trade Show can contact the Chili Bowl office at 918-838-3777. The Trade Show covers approximately 20,000 square feet.

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Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the Chili Bowl Midget Nationals. More information about the products available from Lucas Oil can be found at http://www.lucasoil.com. General Tire is the presenting sponsor of the Chili Bowl. A complete inventory of tires offered by General Tire can be found at http://www.generaltire.com.

Vacuworx Global is the title sponsor of the VIROC which brings past Chili Bowl Champions as well as champions from around the world together for a single 20 lap race to see who is the best of the best. For more information about Vacuworx log onto www.vacuworx.com. For more information on past champions of the VIROC, log onto www.theviroc.com.

 

 

Nebraska And Kansas Line Independence Day Weekend Triple With The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series

Bryan Hulbert – WAKEENEY, Kan. (June 28, 2022) Setting up for a three-night stretch through Nebraska and western Kansas, the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network will hit Boone County Raceway in Albion, Neb. on Friday, July 1, then WaKeeney Speedway in WaKeeney, Kan. on Saturday, July 2 and Sunday, July 3.

A combined $12,000 to win across the three nights, Friday at Boone County Raceway offers teams $4,000 to win. Saturday at WaKeeney Speedway is $3,000 to win, and Sunday is $5,000 to win, and $500 to start. Friday and Saturday are $400 to start the A-Feature.

Event No. 29 in the state of Nebraska for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, Boone County Raceway will be the fourth track to host the National Tour. Previous events have been held at Eagle Raceway, I-80 Speedway, and Pawnee Speedway.

Friday, July 1 opens at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Other classes on the card include IMCA Late Models, ModLites, and MCSA. Tickets are $25 for adults, $15 for youth (12-18), and free for kids 11 and under. Boone County Raceway is located at 100 W Fairview St. in Albion, Neb. For more information on the track, call (402) 741-2451 or log onto http://www.boonecountyraceway.com.

Returning to WaKeeney Speedway in 2021 after a 23-year absence, Liberal, Kan. native, Jason Martin, scored a popular win to become the second driver to ever top the National Tour at the Kansas oval. Three visits in 1995, 1996, and 1998 all went to Garry lee Maier. Total visits to Kansas number 38 at 11 tracks.

Saturday, July 2, and Sunday, July 3 both open at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Hobby Stocks, Cruisers, and Compacts are also on the card. Tickets per night are $20 for adults, $15 for seniors, $10 for youth (11-14), and free for kids 10 and under. Saturday will feature Fireworks. WaKeeney Speedway is located at 100 N 13th St. in WaKeeney, Kan. Information on the track can be found at https://www.wakeeneyspeedway.net or by calling Terry Mattox at (918) 417-0624.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Quick Notes:

Who: Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series Where: Boone Co. Raceway and WaKeeney Speedway When: July 1, 2, and 3

Times and Other Info: (Boone County Raceway)

Pits: 4:00 P.M. Gates: 5:00 P.M. Draw: 5:30 P.M. – 6:00 P.M. Driver’s Meeting: 6:15 P.M. Hot Laps/Qualifying: 7:00 P.M. Racing: 8:00 P.M. Muffler: Open RACEceiver: 454.000

Prices:

Pit Pass: $35 Tickets: $25 | Kids 11 and under: Free

Contact Info:

Address: 100 W Fairview St, Albion, NE 68620 Phone: (402) 741-2451 Website: http://www.boonecountyraceway.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Boone-County-Raceway-1535163786732202/

Times and Other Info (WaKeeney Speedway)

Pits: 4:00 P.M. Gates: 5:00 P.M. Draw: 5:45 P.M. – 6:15 P.M. Driver’s Meeting: 6:30 P.M. Hot Laps/Qualifying: 7:15 P.M. Racing: 8:00 P.M. Muffler: Open RACEceiver: 454.000

Prices:

Tickets: $20 Youth (11-14): $10 Kids 10 & Under: Free

Track Contact Info:

Phone: (785) 743-2555 or (918) 417-0624 Address: 100 N 13th St, WaKeeney, KS 67672 Website: http://www.wakeeneyspeedway.net Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/WaKeeney-Speedway-424370508391146

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs] Instagram: LucasOilASCS Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 3 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway, 6/25 - I-70 Motorsports Park); Derek Hagar – 2 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 1 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 1 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Wayne Johnson 1,070; 2. Blake Hahn 1,013; 3. Garet Williamson 978; 4. Jason Martin 964; 5. Brandon Anderson 929; 6. Tim Crawley 923; 7. Matt Covington 894; 8. Landon Crawley 809; 9. Landon Britt 788; 10 Kyler Johnson 787; 11. Ryan Bickett 762; 12. Dylan Westbrook 729; 13. Dylan Postier 670; 14. Dylan Opdahl 628; 15. Ryan Timms 566;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)** 2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)** 2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R) 10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R) 10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R) 17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD) 24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO) 36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R) 45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R) 52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)** 55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R) 95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK) 187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R) (R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie ** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.


 

 

Rain Washes Out Friday Portion of I-70’s 360 Nationals

Lonnie Wheatley, ODESSA, Mo. (June 24, 2022) – Overnight rain with more expected on Friday afternoon has forced the cancellation of the Friday portion of I-70 Motorsports Park’s 360 Sprint Car Nationals.

The $5,000-to-win Saturday portion that features the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour taking on the ASCS Warrior Region is still on as scheduled with gates opening at 5:00 p.m. and racing at 8:00 p.m.

General admission for Saturday night is $25 with Party Deck, RV Trackside Camping and Guest Suites also available.

I-70 Motorsports Park is located east of Kansas City off Exit 41 near Odessa, MO. For more information, contact the track at (816) 393-0001 at (405) 238-8485 or check http://www.i70motorsportspark.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

 

I-70 Motorsports Park 360 Nationals this Friday and Saturday!

Lonnie Wheatley, ODESSA, Mo. (June 22, 2022) – I-70 Motorsports Park fires back into action this weekend with two nights of 360-ci Sprint Car competition on Friday, June 24, and, Saturday, June 25.

It will mark the first visit for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network atop the newly-revamped I-70 Motorsports Park high-banked, 4/10-mile clay oval as they clash with the Missouri-based ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps.

Friday’s card offers up $ 1,500 to win with Saturday night’s championship finale awarding $5,000 to win.

ASCS rules are in place with the exception that aluminum blocks will not be allowed which is in alignment with Knoxville Raceway rules.

Last year’s All-Star Circuit of Champions format will be in effect including group qualifying that sets heat race lineups with an invert of four. Heat winners along with the fastest qualifier to transfer will be eligible for the redraw with the balance of feature lineups determined by heat race finishes in order of qualifying time.

Any driver that doesn’t compete on Friday can start no better than 11th in Saturday’s finale.

Oklahoma City’s Wayne Johnson leads the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour troops into the weekend with a 57-point advantage over reigning series champion Blake Hahn as Columbia’s Garet Williamson and rookie contenders Jason Martin and Brandon Anderson round out the current top five.

Others among the current top ten in series points include past series champion Tim Crawley, Matt Covington, and the rookie trio of Landon Crawley, Landon Britt, and Kyler Johnson.

Marshall’s Miles Paulus holds the current edge in ASCS Warrior Region points.

The event will be show-up points only for both series as the format differs from that of the American Sprint Car Series.

Friday will be a Sprint Cars-only extravaganza while the Show Me Vintage Cars will join in on Saturday’s action.

Gates open at 5:00 p.m. each night with racing going green at 8:00 p.m.

General admission is $20 on Friday night and $25 on Saturday night with Party Deck, RV Trackside Camping, and Guest Suites also available. Detailed ticket information is available at https://bit.ly/3Oe6MPL.

I-70 Motorsports Park is located east of Kansas City off Exit 41 near Odessa, MO. For more information, contact the track at (816) 393-0001 at (405) 238-8485 or check http://www.i70motorsportspark.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Quick Notes:

Who: Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series Where: I-70 Motorsports Park (Odessa, Mo.) What: I-70 Speedway 360 Nationals When: Friday, June 24, and Saturday, June 25

Times and Other Info:

Pits: 3:00 P.M. Gates: 5:00 P.M. Driver's Meeting / Draw: 7:10 P.M. Hot Laps/Qualifying: 7:30 P.M. Racing: 8:00 P.M. Muffler: Open RACEceiver: 454.000

Prices:

Pit Pass: $35 (Per Day) Friday Admission: $20 Saturday Admission: $25 Ticket Info: https://bit.ly/3Oe6MPL

Contact Info:

Address: 12773 N Outer Rd. Odessa, MO 64076 Phone: (816) 393-0001 Website: https://i70motorsportspark.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/I70MotorsportsPark/

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs] Instagram: LucasOilASCS Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Derek Hagar – 2 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway); Wayne Johnson – 2 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 1 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 1 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Wayne Johnson 1,020; 2. Blake Hahn 963; 3. Garet Williamson 928; 4. Jason Martin 914; 5. Brandon Anderson 879; 6. Tim Crawley 873; 7. Matt Covington 844; 8. Landon Crawley 759; 9. Landon Britt 738; 10 Kyler Johnson 737; 11. Dylan Westbrook 729; 12. Ryan Bickett 712; 13. Dylan Postier 620; 14. Dylan Opdahl 588; 15. Ryan Timms 566;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)** 2 - Chase Porter (St. Joseph, MO) (R) 2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)** 2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R) 10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R) 10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R) 17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD) 23 - Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA) 24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO) 36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R) 45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R) 47x - Dylan Westbrook (Scotland, ONT. Can) 52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)** 55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R) 95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK) 187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R) (R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie ** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

Sponsors:

The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

All Champions of the American Sprint Car Series, from National to Regional Tours, will receive a new Superior Steering Wheel (https://superiorsteeringwheel.com).

 

 

McClelland Wins ASCS Sooner At Lawton To Tie Ramey For Overall Regional Wins

Bryan Hulbert – LAWTON, Okla. (June 18, 2022) Rolling into Victory Lane at Lawton Speedway with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products, Sean McClelland captured his 20th career victory with the Oklahoma-based region, and in doing so, has tied Ft. Worth’s Kevin Ramey at the top of the win chart.

Kevin has held the spot with 20 wins since August 22, 2014, at what was then called Red River Speedway in Iowa Park, Texas. At the end of that season, the ASCS Sooner and Lone Star Regions combined into the Red River Region through 2018.

Taking off third at Lawton, Sean battled with Kade Morton early as Whit Gastineau took off with the point. A pair of cautions early, the race resumed with three laps complete and the No. 2 again leading the way. Working on Morton for second, after Shebester pulled off during the previous caution, the No. 87 shot to the runner-up spot and began tracking down Gastineau.

Both working the top of the Lawton Speedway, McClelland began moving his entry around. Starting to pull up on the No. 2, the pair raced a couple car lengths apart for several laps. Able to get some room over the No. 87 through the mid-point of the A-Feature, the caution lights came on with five laps to go.

Going straight to the cushion on the restart as Gastineau shot low, McClelland hammered down to the back straightaway to take the lead and run away to the win. Getting a challenge from Morton coming to the white flag, Whit was able to fend off the charge. Jeffrey Newell made it to fourth with Kade Morton in fifth.

The next event for the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products is slated for Saturday, July 16 at Colcord Speedway with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series National Tour.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS Sooner Region Lawton Speedway (Lawton, Okla.) Saturday, June 18, 2022

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 8M-Kade Morton[1]; 2. 2-Whit Gastineau[3]; 3. 7M-Chance Morton[2]; 4. 03-Joe Wood Jr[4]; 5. 26M-Fred Mattox[5]; 6. 1J-Danny Jennings[6]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 23X-Steven Shebester[1]; 2. 87-Sean McClelland[5]; 3. 22M-Rees Moran[3]; 4. 12-Jeffrey Newell[4]; 5. 90-Lance Norick[2]; 6. 98K-Cooper Sullivan[6]

A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 87-Sean McClelland[3]; 2. 2-Whit Gastineau[2]; 3. 7M-Chance Morton[8]; 4. 12-Jeffrey Newell[5]; 5. 8M-Kade Morton[4]; 6. 1J-Danny Jennings[11]; 7. 26M-Fred Mattox[9]; 8. 90-Lance Norick[10]; 9. 03-Joe Wood Jr[7]; 10. 23X-Steven Shebester[1]; 11. 98K-Cooper Sullivan[12]; 12. 22M-Rees Moran[6]


 

 

Wayne Johnson Masterful In Lucas Oil ASCS Return To Boothill Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – GREENWOOD, La. (June 18, 2022) Adding a second win to his season with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, Oklahoma’s Wayne Johnson was masterful around the bottom of the Boothill Speedway Saturday night. A $4,000 to-win affair, Bruce Griffith, Jr. and Terry Monroe with Big Truck Paint Shop and Truck Parking kicked in $500 more to the winner’s share.

Wayne’s 56th career win with the National Tour, the No. 2c chased Blake Hahn through the opening seven laps. Ripping the top at the start as Blake held the bottom from the pole, Hahn rolled a little too close to an infield tire in the first and second turns.

Sending Blake around, the lead fell to Wayne Johnson.

“I was really just riding to feel out what he [Blake] was planning. I ran the top in one and two, and I knew that wasn’t the place to be. Riding around there before we went green, I could tell the bottom was going to be juiced up in one and two, and there was a lot of grip on entry through the bottom of three,” explained Wayne of the start.

“Honestly, I didn’t think I was going to have a chance at Blake unless he just missed the bottom or had to do something drastic with a lapped car. He doesn’t make those mistakes. He’s been doing this a long time, so it was a deal of fortunate for me, unfortunate for him, but I was shocked to see it happen.”

Taking off from the field on the restart, the race halted on Lap 10 a couple of times. Finally, having to open up the red flag after Jason Martin and Joey Schmidt went upside down, the race resumed with Wayne again pulling away from the field.

Working into traffic at two to go, the final caution came out as a pair of cars tangled in from the Wayne. Able to avoid, the dash to the finish saw Wayne regain 1.852-seconds of the 4.789-seconds he had before the yellow.

Asked if the crew made any significant changes under the red, Wayne said, “Not really. Our car was good, I just felt like we needed a couple of little things to make it better. With this tire shortage, we’re running a D12 on the left rear instead of an RD12, so it’s a little harder compound, so under the cautions, I was really having to buzz the tires to keep heat in it, and right before the red it felt like it wasn’t going as good as it had been, so we just adjusted to help get the left rear going again, and I’ll tell you, my car at the end was better than it was before.”

Leaving Brandon Anderson to battle for second, the No. 55b held off the pressure of Tim Crawley for the runner-up spot.

Brandon’s career-best finish with the National Tour, the show run for Crawley is his second on the weekend and 125th career podium appearance. A rebound night from a failed driveline on Friday, Eric Baldaccini in fourth is the third time he’s finished inside the top five. Changing engines after Friday night’s race, Tony Bruce, Jr. rolled the bottom to a fifth-place finish.

Top to bottom around the Boothill Speedway, Landon Crawley moved 12th to sixth. Working the top to fourth at one point, a slap to the wall set Dustin Gates back to a seventh-place finish. Into the work area under the red, Blake Hahn fought back to finish eighth, with Ryan Bickett earning hard charger with a run from 19th to ninth. Bradyn Baker completed the top ten.

Matt Covington established the track record over the field of 21 with a time of 12.743-seconds. Three SCE Gaskets Heat Races went to Eric Baldaccini, Brandon Anderson, and Tony Bruce, Jr. Saturday’s race was the fourth at Boothill Speedway, 27th in Louisiana, and the 1,048th event for the National Tour.

The next event for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network is at I-70 Motorsports Park in Odessa, Mo. on Friday, June 24, and Saturday, June 25. Event details will be posted soon.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour
Boothill Speedway (Greenwood, La.)
Saturday, June 18, 2022

Car Count: 21

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington, 12.743[4]; 2. 6-Dustin Gates, 12.843[3]; 3. 0-Eric Baldaccini, 12.945[1]; 4. 71-Bradyn Baker, 13.075[6]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 13.218[2]; 6. 85-Josh McCord, 13.310[7]; 7. 2H-Tommy Hall, 14.264[5]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 1X-Tim Crawley, 12.967[3]; 2. 24-Garet Williamson, 12.973[2]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 13.004[4]; 4. 36-Jason Martin, 13.148[7]; 5. 2-Dylan Opdahl, 13.442[6]; 6. 1S-Joey Schmidt, 13.513[5]; 7. 27T-Timothy Watson III, 13.828[1]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn, 12.825[6]; 2. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 12.929[4]; 3. 187-Landon Crawley, 12.982[2]; 4. 12H-Tony Bruce Jr, 13.101[7]; 5. 10P-Dylan Postier, 13.463[3]; 6. 10-Landon Britt, 13.470[1]; 7. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 13.714[5]

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (All drivers advance to the A-Feature)

SCE Gaskets Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 0-Eric Baldaccini[2]; 2. 71-Bradyn Baker[1]; 3. 6-Dustin Gates[3]; 4. 85-Josh McCord[6]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson[5]; 6. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 7. (DNS) 2H-Tommy Hall

SCE Gaskets Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[2]; 2. 36-Jason Martin[1]; 3. 1X-Tim Crawley[4]; 4. 24-Garet Williamson[3]; 5. 1S-Joey Schmidt[6]; 6. 2-Dylan Opdahl[5]; 7. 27T-Timothy Watson III[7]

SCE Gaskets Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 12H-Tony Bruce Jr[1]; 2. 2C-Wayne Johnson[3]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 4. 187-Landon Crawley[2]; 5. 10-Landon Britt[6]; 6. 10P-Dylan Postier[5]; 7. 17B-Ryan Bickett[7]

A-Feature

A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson[2]; 2. 55B-Brandon Anderson[3]; 3. 1X-Tim Crawley[5]; 4. 0-Eric Baldaccini[4]; 5. 12H-Tony Bruce Jr[6]; 6. 187-Landon Crawley[12]; 7. 6-Dustin Gates[7]; 8. 52-Blake Hahn[1]; 9. 17B-Ryan Bickett[19]; 10. 71-Bradyn Baker[8]; 11. 85-Josh McCord[10]; 12. 10P-Dylan Postier[18]; 13. 24-Garet Williamson[11]; 14. 10-Landon Britt[13]; 15. 95-Matt Covington[15]; 16. 36-Jason Martin[9]; 17. 1S-Joey Schmidt[14]; 18. 45X-Kyler Johnson[16]; 19. 2H-Tommy Hall[21]; 20. 2-Dylan Opdahl[17]; 21. 27T-Timothy Watson III[20]

Lap Leader(s): Blake Hahn 1-7; Wayne Johnson 8-25
Hard Charger: Ryan Bickett +10
Quick Time: Matt Covington 12.743-seconds
High Point Driver: Eric Baldaccini
Provisional(s): N/A

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs]
Instagram: LucasOilASCS
Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com
Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Derek Hagar – 2 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway); Wayne Johnson – 2 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway; 6/18 – Boothill Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 1 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 1 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Wayne Johnson 1,020; 2. Blake Hahn 963; 3. Garet Williamson 928; 4. Jason Martin 914; 5. Brandon Anderson 879; 6. Tim Crawley 873; 7. Matt Covington 844; 8. Landon Crawley 759; 9. Landon Britt 738; 10 Kyler Johnson 737; 11. Dylan Westbrook 729; 12. Ryan Bickett 712; 13. Dylan Postier 620; 14. Dylan Opdahl 588; 15. Ryan Timms 566;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**
2 - Chase Porter (St. Joseph, MO) (R)
2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**
2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R)
10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)
10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)
17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)
23 - Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)
24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)
36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)
45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)
47x - Dylan Westbrook (Scotland, ONT. Can)
52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**
55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)
95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)
187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)
(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie
** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

Sponsors:

The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

All Champions of the American Sprint Car Series, from National to Regional Tours, will receive a new Superior Steering Wheel (https://superiorsteeringwheel.com).

 

 

Derek Hagar Races To Lucas Oil ASCS Checkers In Texarkana

Bryan Hulbert – TEXARKANA, Ark. (June 17, 2022) Landing his seventh career victory with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network Friday night at Texarkana 67 Speedway, Derek Hagar led all but one lap en route to his seventh overall win this season.

Following Matt Covington and Garet Williamson through the first start, the caution for Dylan Postier presented Hagar his shot at the lead. Watching Williamson adjust his line high to block Covington’s run, the bottom was left wide open for the No. 9jr to exploit.

“I knew [Garet] Williamson was either going to try and float the middle or go straight to the top after seeing what Matt [Covington] did on the first start,” explained Hagar. “I had a really good run on that second start, so I just stayed tucked to his left rear, and as soon as he committed to the top, I just stuck the bottom and tried to keep my momentum up.”

Building his advantage through the opening laps as Williamson and Covington fought for the runner-up spot, slower traffic started coming in the play on Lap 9.

Letting the Bryant Paver Motorsports No. 24 close the gap, Williamson found his opportunity working Lap 11. Dashing under Hagar down the backstretch, Garet held the lead into the first and second turns. Missing the bottom just by inches, Hagar was right there to take advantage.

“I could tell lapped traffic was getting the same speed as I was after I moved up and started trying the top, and before I could get back down, Williamson passed me, and we raced pretty tight through three and four. I was able to stay with him, and luckily he missed the entry just enough in one I was able to get back by him.”

Unchallenged from there, Derek pulled away by 2.248-seconds. Matching his best career finish with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, Garet Williamson held on for second while Tim Crawley wrestled back to third after slipping back to fifth on Lap 13. Blake Hahn made up two spots to take fourth, with Matt Covington ending up fifth.

Brandon Anderson, sixth, was followed by Kyler Johnson, who rebounded from a tangle on Lap 14 that he was able to get away from without stopping. Dustin Gates crossed eighth, with Jason Martin charging through the field from 21st after suffering ignition failure in Qualifying and fuel issues in his Heat Race. Wayne Johnson completed the top ten.

The night consisted of 26 competitors, with Eric Baldaccini establishing the track record at 13.929-seconds. Sadly, a failed driveline would make that the only competitive lap the Keller, Texas driver ran all night. SCE Gaskets Heat Races were topped by Matt Covington, Landon Britt, and Blake Hahn. All drivers went to the A-Feature.

The next stop for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network is Boothill Speedway in Greenwood, La., on Saturday, June 18. The track is located at 39 Daytona Dr. in Greenwood, La. (roughly 18 miles from Shreveport). Gates open at 6:00 P.M. with racing at 7:70 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $25 for adults, $10 for youth (6-11), and free for kids five and under. Information on Boothill Speedway is online at https://www.boothilldirt.com or call (318) 583-2040. The event will be paired with the ASCS Mid-South Region.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour
ASCS Mid-South Region
Texarkana 67 Speedway (Texarkana, Ark.)
Friday, June 17, 2022

Car Count: 26

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 0-Eric Baldaccini, 13.929[4]; 2. 187-Landon Crawley, 14.114[1]; 3. 95-Matt Covington, 14.350[7]; 4. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 14.385[6]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 14.552[3]; 6. 2H-Tommy Hall, 15.205[2]; 7. 2-Dylan Opdahl, 15.363[5]; 8. (DNS) 17B-Ryan Bickett, 15.363; 9. (DNS) 5-Richard Reynolds, 15.363

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 24-Garet Williamson, 14.670[5]; 2. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 14.789[3]; 3. 1S-Joey Schmidt, 14.846[1]; 4. 10-Landon Britt, 15.050[6]; 5. 85-Josh McCord, 15.072[2]; 6. 21K-Kevin Hinkle, 15.369[4]; 7. 33C-Casey Carter, 15.401[8]; 8. 45-Mark Huddleston, 15.513[9]; 9. 30-Joseph Miller, 15.762[7]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 1X-Tim Crawley, 14.954[4]; 2. 9JR-Derek Hagar, 15.017[6]; 3. 10P-Dylan Postier, 15.024[3]; 4. 52-Blake Hahn, 15.054[7]; 5. 71-Bradyn Baker, 15.272[5]; 6. 6-Dustin Gates, 15.306[8]; 7. 12H-Tony Bruce Jr, 15.352[2]; 8. 36-Jason Martin, 15.396[1]

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (All drivers advance to the A-Feature)

SCE Gaskets Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 2. 2C-Wayne Johnson[1]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson[5]; 4. 187-Landon Crawley[3]; 5. 17B-Ryan Bickett[6]; 6. 2H-Tommy Hall[4]; 7. 2-Dylan Opdahl[7]; 8. 5-Richard Reynolds[8]; 9. (DNS) 0-Eric Baldaccini

SCE Gaskets Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 10-Landon Britt[1]; 2. 24-Garet Williamson[4]; 3. 45X-Kyler Johnson[3]; 4. 1S-Joey Schmidt[2]; 5. 85-Josh McCord[5]; 6. 45-Mark Huddleston[6]; 7. 30-Joseph Miller[8]; 8. 33C-Casey Carter[7]; 9. (DNS) 21K-Kevin Hinkle

SCE Gaskets Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[1]; 2. 9JR-Derek Hagar[3]; 3. 1X-Tim Crawley[4]; 4. 6-Dustin Gates[6]; 5. 10P-Dylan Postier[2]; 6. 71-Bradyn Baker[5]; 7. 12H-Tony Bruce Jr[7]; 8. 36-Jason Martin[8]

A-Feature

A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 9JR-Derek Hagar[3]; 2. 24-Garet Williamson[1]; 3. 1X-Tim Crawley[4]; 4. 52-Blake Hahn[6]; 5. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 6. 55B-Brandon Anderson[7]; 7. 45X-Kyler Johnson[8]; 8. 6-Dustin Gates[10]; 9. 36-Jason Martin[21]; 10. 2C-Wayne Johnson[9]; 11. 1S-Joey Schmidt[12]; 12. 71-Bradyn Baker[15]; 13. 33C-Casey Carter[22]; 14. 85-Josh McCord[13]; 15. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[24]; 16. 187-Landon Crawley[11]; 17. 17B-Ryan Bickett[25]; 18. 2H-Tommy Hall[17]; 19. 30-Joseph Miller[18]; 20. 10-Landon Britt[5]; 21. 45-Mark Huddleston[16]; 22. 12H-Tony Bruce Jr[19]; 23. 10P-Dylan Postier[14]; 24. 5-Richard Reynolds[26]; 25. 2-Dylan Opdahl[20]; 26. 0-Eric Baldaccini[23]

Lap Leader(s): Derek Hagar 1-10, 12-25; Garet Williamson 11
Hard Charger: Jason Martin +12
Quick Time: Eric Baldaccini 13.929-seconds
High Point Driver: Garet Williamson
Provisional(s): N/A

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs]
Instagram: LucasOilASCS
Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com
Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Derek Hagar – 2 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway; 6/17 – Texarkana 67 Speedway); Wayne Johnson – 1 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 1 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 1 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Wayne Johnson 870; 2. Blake Hahn 847; 3. Garet Williamson 824; 4. Jason Martin 816; 5. Matt Covington 744; 6. Tim Crawley 738; 7. Brandon Anderson 737; 8. Dylan Westbrook 729; 9. Kyler Johnson 643; 10. Landon Crawley 637; 11. Landon Britt 636; 12. Ryan Bickett 599; 13. Ryan Timms 566; 14. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 516; 15. Dylan Postier 514;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**
2 - Chase Porter (St. Joseph, MO) (R)
2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**
2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R)
10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)
10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)
17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)
23 - Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)
24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)
36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)
45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)
47x - Dylan Westbrook (Scotland, ONT. Can)
52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**
55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)
95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)
187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)
(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie
** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

Sponsors:

The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

All Champions of the American Sprint Car Series, from National to Regional Tours, will receive a new Superior Steering Wheel (https://superiorsteeringwheel.com).

 

 

Chance Morton Lands ASCS Sooner Region Win At Tulsa Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (June 17, 2022) Joining his brother on the list of ASCS Sooner Region winners, Chance Morton broke into Victory Lane with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products at Tulsa Speedway on Friday night.

Morton's second career ASCS Regional win, his first came with the former Red River Region in 2017.

Chasing the No. 26m of Fred Mattox from the start, Morton slipped past Mattox in the closing laps to secure the win. Mattox would end up second with Rees Moran third. Fourth went to Danny Smith, followed by Jeffrey Newel in fifth.

Elizabeth Phillips advanced two spots to sixth, with Zach Chappell in seventh. Noah Harris, Kade Morton, and Lance Norick completed the top ten.

The American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products rolls south for the next event at Lawton Speedway on Saturday, June 18. Races go green at 8:00 P.M. Fans can enter the track starting at 5:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for Seniors, youth (12-15), and Military, $2 for kids 6-11, and free for kids five and under.

In addition to the Sooner Region, divisions include USRA Limited Modifieds, Factory Stocks, and Mini Stocks. Lawton Speedway is located at 3501 SW Sheridan in Lawton, Okla. More information, directions, and updates on Lawton Speedway can be found online at http://www.lawtonspeedway.com or by calling (580) 355-6417.

Fans unable to attend can watch live with http://www.racindirt.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS Sooner Region
Tulsa Speedway (Tulsa, Okla.)
Friday, June 17, 2022

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 7M-Chance Morton[2]; 2. 22M-Rees Moran[6]; 3. 8M-Kade Morton[1]; 4. 5$-Danny Smith[4]; 5. 87-Sean McClelland[5]; 6. 7F-Noah Harris[7]; 7. 38-Jimmy Forrester[8]; 8. 91-Justin Fine[3]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 50Z-Zach Chappell[2]; 2. 26M-Fred Mattox[4]; 3. 12-Jeffrey Newell[6]; 4. 9$-Kyle Clark[1]; 5. 90-Lance Norick[3]; 6. 08E-Elizabeth Phillips[8]; 7. 22T-Frank Taft[7]; 8. 97-Kevin Cummings[5]

A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 7M-Chance Morton[2]; 2. 26M-Fred Mattox[1]; 3. 22M-Rees Moran[4]; 4. 5$-Danny Smith[5]; 5. 12-Jeffrey Newell[6]; 6. 08E-Elizabeth Phillips[8]; 7. 50Z-Zach Chappell[3]; 8. 7F-Noah Harris[11]; 9. 8M-Kade Morton[7]; 10. 90-Lance Norick[12]; 11. 87-Sean McClelland[10]; 12. 91-Justin Fine[16]; 13. 38-Jimmy Forrester[13]; 14. 22T-Frank Taft[14]; 15. 9$-Kyle Clark[9]; 16. 97-Kevin Cummings[15]

 

 

Thornhill doubles up ASCS Frontier, wins at Big Sky
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

BILLINGS, Mont. - They say that in order to finish first, you must first finish. That proved to be the case for Colby Thornhill, who had a little luck fall his way as he won his second Brodix ASCS Frontier Region sprint car main event in as many nights, taking the Montana Spring Shootout at Big Sky Speedway.

The Enumclaw, Washington driver ran second for most of the 25-lap feature behind race long leader Kelly Miller of Coaldale, Alberta. Miller kept the young Thornhill at bay throughout, often leading by as much as a full straightaway on the 3/8-mile clay oval. With just a few laps remaining, however, Miller's car began to sputter as he was running out of fuel. Thornhill ran Miller down and passed him for the lead with a couple of laps remaining. Miller, far enough out ahead of the rest of the field, continued to sputter around the track and limped across the line in fifth place, eventually stopping on the track after taking the checkered flag.

It was Thornhill's third career win with the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region. It was a successful trip to Montana aboard the Thornhill Motorsports No. 19 Shark-powered Triple X as he also won Friday's event at Gallatin Speedway. Thornhill had been racing on the west coast all spring before deciding to venture out to Montana this weekend. While he is headed back to Washington for events there, Thornhill expressed his hopes to come back out for more ASCS Frontier Region events later this season.

Great Falls, Montana driver Kory Wermling, who had been fighting mechanical issues this season, turned his luck around as he finished second aboard his No. 9k Boyle-powered Maxim. Also turning his own luck around was Meridian, Idaho's Tyler Driever, who drove from the 12th starting position to finish third aboard the Driever Racing No. 33t Shark-powered Maxim, scoring a little extra cash also with the hard charger nod. It was Driever's first time finishing a race this season, so he and team were more than pleased with their night.

After the initial start was called back, the second attempt to start the race was thwarted by a large multi-car accident that saw both Trever Kirkland and Austyn Gossel flipping upside down off the track in Turn 3 and taking Phil Dietz with them. While Kirkland and Gossel were done for the night, Dietz's team put another top wing on his car in the work area and got him back out to restart the race at the tail end of the field. Dietz pleased his home track fans by coming back to finish fourth.

In an attrition filled race, two more caution flags flew for cars stopping on the track after blowing motors, including Ross Mathewson and Joe Perry.

Following Miller, the rest of the Top 10 were Jordan Milne, Adam Speckman, Ian Myers, Abraham Hernandez and Perry.

Heat races earlier in the evening were won by Mathewson and Perry.

Up next for the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region sprint car series is a busy 4th of July holiday weekend. Friday, July 1st sees the tour make another visit to Gallatin Speedway in Belgrade, Montana. After a day off on Saturday, the series has a two-night holiday event on Sunday and Monday, July 3rd and 4th at Electric City Speedway in Great Falls, Montana. The series returns to Big Sky Speedway for the Big Sky 360 Nationals on Friday and Saturday, July 15th and 16th.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

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Brodix ASCS Frontier Region
Montana Spring Shootout
Big Sky Speedway
Billings, MT
June 11, 2022

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. 56 Ross Mathewson, 2. 16g Austyn Gossel, 3. 72 Phil Dietz, 4. 19 Colby Thornhill, 5. 3 Jordan Milne, 6. 24m Ian Myers, 7. 33t Tyler Driever.

Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. 28 Joe Perry, 2. 2jr Kelly Miller, 3. 37 Trever Kirkland, 4. 9k Kory Wermling, 5. 4 Adam Speckman, 6. 2m Abraham Hernandez.

Feature (25 laps): 1. 19 Colby Thornhill, 2. 9k Kory Wermling, 3. 33t Tyler Driever, 4. 72 Phil Dietz, 5. 2jr Kelly Miller, 6. 3 Jordan Milne, 7. 4 Adam Speckman, 8. 24m Ian Myers, 9. 2m Abraham Hernandez, 10. 28 Joe Perry, 11. 56 Ross Mathewson, 12. 16g Austyn Gossel, 13. 37 Trever Kirkland.

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

July 1st
Grizzly National
Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT

July 3rd & 4th
4th of July Showdown
Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT

July 15th & 16th
Big Sky 360 Nationals
Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

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2022 ASCS Frontier Region feature winners

May 27 - Trever Kirkland at Electric City Speedway
May 28 - James Setters at Electric City Speedway
June 10 - Colby Thornhill at Gallatin Speedway
June 11 - Colby Thornhill at Big Sky Speedway

 

 

Justin Zimmerman Captures ASCS Elite Win At The Devil’s Bowl

Bryan Hulbert – MESQUITE, Texas (June 11, 2022) Adding a 16th win to his record with the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating, Justin Zimmerman captured Saturday’s $3,000 bounty at the Devil’s Bowl Speedway.

Rolling from sixth, Zimmerman moved to second on the start to chase Paul White. Caution with seven laps to run, the No. 1 worked the hub as White rolled the top. Closing rapidly, the move the lead came on Lap 9 through the first and second turns.

Bringing Jason Howell with him, the No. 44 followed in Zimmerman’s tire tracks. Never allowing more than a few car lengths, the final run to the finish saw tires smoking as Howell buried the throttle to the front stretch. There, but not able to advance, Zimmerman held on by 0.166-seconds. Jason Howell second was followed by Paul White. Fourth went to Caden McCreary, while the Avenger Chassis No. 5j of Jeremy Jones made up the top five.

The ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating races again on Friday, June 24, at West Texas Raceway (Lubbock, Texas) and Route 66 Motor Speedway (Amarillo, Texas) on Saturday, June 25.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS Elite Non-Wing Devil’s Bowl Speedway (Mesquite, Texas) Saturday, June 12, 2022

Jacksonville Tool Die Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 48-Caden McCreary[1]; 2. 21K-Kobe Simpson[3]; 3. 43-Brennon Marshall[6]; 4. 45-Martin Edwards[5]; 5. AK47-Knick Stewart[2]; 6. 63-Chris Williams[4]

Texas Aeroplastics Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. #1-Justin Zimmerman[2]; 2. 11-Justin Melton[5]; 3. 10-Bryan Debrick[4]; 4. 48X-Neal Matuska[1]; 5. 21-Michelle Parson[6]; 6. 52-JD Fry[3]

M1 Fabrications Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 5J-Jeremy Jonas[4]; 2. 1-Paul White[6]; 3. 44-Jason Howell[5]; 4. 33-Mike Merrell[1]; 5. 31-Mason Smith[2]; 6. 24-Joseph Kasper[3]

Top Choice Masonry A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. #1-Justin Zimmerman[6]; 2. 44-Jason Howell[8]; 3. 1-Paul White[1]; 4. 48-Caden McCreary[5]; 5. 5J-Jeremy Jonas[2]; 6. 21-Michelle Parson[11]; 7. 21K-Kobe Simpson[7]; 8. 31-Mason Smith[15]; 9. 45-Martin Edwards[10]; 10. 48X-Neal Matuska[12]; 11. 33-Mike Merrell[13]; 12. 10-Bryan Debrick[9]; 13. 43-Brennon Marshall[3]; 14. 52-JD Fry[16]; 15. 24-Joseph Kasper[14]; 16. 11-Justin Melton[4]; 17. (DNS) AK47-Knick Stewart; 18. (DNS) 63-Chris Williams

 


 

Vance Wofford Captures First Career ASCS Southwest/POWRi Desert Sprint Car Win

Bryan Hulbert – AZTEC, N.M. (June 11, 2022) First it was Lorne Wofford, then Wes Wofford, and now Vance Wofford is a winner with the ASCS Southwest Region as the youngest of the Alamogordo racing trio topped the showdown with the POWRi Desert Sprint Cars Saturday at Aztec Speedway.

The fourth time in a Sprint Car and first in an ASCS style car, Wofford kept pace over J.T. Imperial for the win. El Paso’s Don Grable moved from eighth to third, followed by Lorne Wofford in fourth and Rick Ziehl in fifth.

From 16th, Amarillo’s Shane Redline moved to sixth, with Jesse Baker in seventh. Brett Becker, Logan Calderwood, and Troy Treharn completed the top ten.

The ASCS Southwest Region is off through the summer and will return in October.

POWRi Desert Wing Sprint Series would like to thank all the amazing series sponsors, including SmartestSeller.com, Jackson Compaction, Baker Auto-Diesel, Performance Plus Racing Engines, Ortega’s Appliance, Gibson Photography, Mosher Racing, Grady’s Press Trailers, Derek Neil Schaefer’s Specialized Lubricants, Hal Burns Truck and Equipment, XXX Race Chassis, DMI, and CSI Shocks.

Follow along for more information on the further growth of the POWRi Desert Winged Sprint Series presented by MVT Services and items such as race recaps, updates, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, or on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing and Facebook at POWRi. POWRi League rules, contingencies, forms, and payouts can be found under the info tab at the top of the POWRi website.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS Southwest vs POWRi Desert Aztec Speedway (Aztec, N.M.) Saturday, June 11, 2022

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 19-Wes Wofford[1]; 2. 22-Jesse Baker[2]; 3. 91-Jake Helsel[3]; 4. 20Z-Rick Ziehl[5]; 5. 2B-Brett Becker[6]; 6. 22S-Shane Redline[7]; 7. (DNF) 14-Cody Sickles[4]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 7-Lorne Wofford[1]; 2. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[4]; 3. 45X-Don Grable[3]; 4. 41-Dillon Tanner[6]; 5. 7X-Troy Treharn[5]; 6. (DNF) 22K-Joey Klemish[2]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 75X-JT Imperial[1]; 2. 116-Vance Wofford[4]; 3. 1HA-Caleb Saiz[3]; 4. 6-Logan Calderwood[2]; 5. 2-Alex Pettas[5]; 6. 12J-Josh Grady[6]

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 116-Vance Wofford[1]; 2. 75X-JT Imperial[2]; 3. 45X-Don Grable[8]; 4. 7-Lorne Wofford[3]; 5. 20Z-Rick Ziehl[10]; 6. 22S-Shane Redline[16]; 7. 22-Jesse Baker[5]; 8. 2B-Brett Becker[12]; 9. 6-Logan Calderwood[13]; 10. 7X-Troy Treharn[14]; 11. 41-Dillon Tanner[11]; 12. 12J-Josh Grady[17]; 13. 2-Alex Pettas[15]; 14. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[7]; 15. 1HA-Caleb Saiz[9]; 16. 19-Wes Wofford[4]; 17. (DNS) 14-Cody Sickles; 18. (DNS) 22K-Joey Klemish; 19. (DQ) 91-Jake Helsel[6]

 

It's Johnson Again With ASCS CAS Non-Wing

Bryan Hulbert – CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (June 11, 2022) More of the same at Central Arizona Speedway, as R.J. Johnson continues his dominance of the ASCS CAS Non-Wing Series with his 16th career triumph.

Twenty laps leading, R.J. won by 3.582-seconds. James Webster, Jonas Reynolds, Austin Ervine, and Jim Vanzant made up the top five. The top ten rundown included Jordan Stetson, George Zills, Wayne Siddle, Ronnie Clark, and A.J. Hernandez.

The ASCS CAS Non-Wing Series is off as Arizona rolls into Summer. Races resume on September 3 and 4 at Central Arizona Speedway.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS CAS Non-Wing
Central Arizona Speedway (Casa Grande, Ariz.)
Saturday, June 11, 2022

Heat 1 (6 Laps): 1. 6-Ronnie Clark[1]; 2. 5AZ-James Webster[2]; 3. 0-Jonas Reynolds[4]; 4. 21-Austin Ervine[3]; 5. 10-George Zills[7]; 6. 8AZ-Jordan Stetson[5]; 7. (DNF) 43-Justin Kierce[6]

Heat 2 (6 Laps): 1. 3V-Jim Vanzant[1]; 2. 007-Wayne Siddle[4]; 3. 51-RJ Johnson[5]; 4. 10T-Eugene Thomas[3]; 5. (DNF) 72-AJ Hernandez[2]; 6. (DNS) 22AZ-Dustin Burkhart

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 51-RJ Johnson[2]; 2. 5AZ-James Webster[4]; 3. 0-Jonas Reynolds[6]; 4. 21-Austin Ervine[7]; 5. 3V-Jim Vanzant[3]; 6. 8AZ-Jordan Stetson[10]; 7. 10-George Zills[13]; 8. 007-Wayne Siddle[5]; 9. 6-Ronnie Clark[1]; 10. 72-AJ Hernandez[9]; 11. 10T-Eugene Thomas[8]; 12. 43-Justin Kierce[12]; 13. (DNS) 22AZ-Dustin Burkhart

 

 

Jordon Mallett Takes No-Fender Friday Win At Crowleys Ridge With ASCS Mid-South

Bryan Hulbert - PARAGOULD, Ark. (June 10, 2022) Taking on Crowleys Ridge Raceway with the ASCS Mid-South Region Friday night, Greenbrier’s Jordan Mallett raced to his second career victory with the Arkansas-based tour.

Taking the green from third, Mallett battled with Cody Gardner from the word go. Side by side with the No. G6 through the opening revolutions, the No. 14 worked the hub of the quarter-mile oval while Gardner railed the cushion. Racing by Mallett as the pair started to work into traffic, Jordon finally worked back around Cody and quickly swapped his line around.

Red on Lap 15, Mallett began varying his line around Crowleys Ridge. Low in one and two, then top in three and four, Jordon was stalked the final ten laps by Gardner and Howard Moore but was able to fend off the pair for his second overall win of the season.

Cody Garner and Howard Moore remained second and third to the finish. Brad Bowden grabbed fourth while Ayden Gatewood completed the top five. Derek Hagar, Landon Crawley, Terry Gray, Marshall Skinner, and Chase Howard made up the top ten.

The ASCS Mid-South Region races again on Saturday, June 25, at I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Ark.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS Mid-South Region
Crowleys Ridge Raceway (Paragould, Ark.)
Friday, June 10, 2022

Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 26-Marshall Skinner[1]; 2. 4X-Brad Bowden[2]; 3. 37-Ayden Gatewood[3]; 4. 9JR-Derek Hagar[5]; 5. 17-Mike Pack[7]; 6. 55-Chase Howard[4]; 7. 88-Trent Moss[6]

Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 10-Terry Gray[1]; 2. 47-Dale Howard[4]; 3. 71-Brayden Baker[2]; 4. 91A-Ernie Ainsworth[3]; 5. 69-Jamey Mooney[6]; 6. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[5]

Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. G6-Cody Gardner[2]; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[4]; 3. 21B-Brandon Hinkle[1]; 4. 3-Howard Moore[6]; 5. 187-Landon Crawley[3]; 6. 1X-Tim Crawley[5]

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[3]; 2. G6-Cody Gardner[1]; 3. 3-Howard Moore[7]; 4. 4X-Brad Bowden[6]; 5. 37-Ayden Gatewood[8]; 6. 9JR-Derek Hagar[10]; 7. 187-Landon Crawley[15]; 8. 10-Terry Gray[5]; 9. 26-Marshall Skinner[4]; 10. 55-Chase Howard[18]; 11. 69-Jamey Mooney[14]; 12. 88-Trent Moss[19]; 13. 21B-Brandon Hinkle[11]; 14. 71-Brayden Baker[9]; 15. 91A-Ernie Ainsworth[13]; 16. 47-Dale Howard[2]; 17. 1X-Tim Crawley[17]; 18. 17-Mike Pack[12]; 19. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[16]

 

 

Colby Thornhill Tops ASCS Frontier At Gallatin Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – BELGRADE, Mont. (June 10, 2022) Getting the lead on Lap 18 and pulling away, Washington’s Colby Thornhill captured Friday night’s Brodix ASCS Frontier Region cash at Gallatin Speedway in Belgrade, Mont.

The second time the No. 19 has rolled into Victory Lane with the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region, the opening 17 rotations were spent chasing James Setter.

Closing down quickly on the No. 2j as the leader completed Lap 16, Thornhill made the advance and kept pace by 0.882-seconds at the finish. James Setters held on for second, with Canada’s Kelly Miller moving from seventh to third. Trever Kirkland from 14th was fourth, followed by Joe Perry to make the top five.

The Brodix ASCS Frontier Region is back in action at Big Sky Speedway on Saturday, June 11. Gates open at 5:30 P.M. with racing at 7:00 P.M. (MDT). Tickets are $20 for adults and $15 for Senior and Military. Kids under 60-inches tall are admitted free into the grandstands. Big Sky Speedway is located at 11298 Roundup Rd. in Shepherd, Mont. Information on the track can be found on the track’s Facebook page, online at https://www.bigskyspeedway.com, or by calling (406) 998-9336.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS Frontier Region Gallatin Speedway (Belgrade, Mont.) Friday, June 10, 2022

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 3-Jordan Milne[1]; 2. 2J-James Setters[3]; 3. 72-Phil Dietz[4]; 4. 2JR-Kelly Miller[5]; 5. 9K-Kory Wermling[7]; 6. 56-Ross Mathewson[2]; 7. (DNF) 37-Trever Kirkland[6]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 19-Colby Thornhill[3]; 2. 28-Joe Perry[1]; 3. 33T-Tyler Driever[6]; 4. 31-Shane Moore[2]; 5. 38B-Bryan Brown[4]; 6. 7F-Decklyn Fleming[7]; 7. 24M-Ian Myers[5]

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 19-Colby Thornhill[3]; 2. 2J-James Setters[2]; 3. 2JR-Kelly Miller[7]; 4. 37-Trever Kirkland[14]; 5. 28-Joe Perry[6]; 6. 72-Phil Dietz[8]; 7. 56-Ross Mathewson[12]; 8. 3-Jordan Milne[1]; 9. 31-Shane Moore[9]; 10. 24M-Ian Myers[13]; 11. 33T-Tyler Driever[4]; 12. 38B-Bryan Brown[10]; 13. 7F-Decklyn Fleming[11]; 14. 9K-Kory Wermling[5]

 

 

Caleb Saiz Scores At Aztec Speedway in ASCS Southwest POWRi Desert Showdown

Bryan Hulbert – AZTEC, N.M. (June 10, 2022) Getting his first win with the ASCS Southwest Region, Albuquerque’s Caleb Saiz charged through the field Friday night at Aztec Speedway to give the POWRi Desert Sprint Cars their first win in the best of series with the Southwest Region.

Hauling from 11th, Saiz grabbed the win over Don Grable. Traveling from Odessa, Brett Becker landed third, with Logan Calderwood charging through the field from 17th to fourth. Rick Ziehl crossed fifth. Vance Wofford, Jake Helsel, Troy Treharn, Dillon Tanner, and Shane Redline made up the top ten.

Saturday, June 11, moves times to 4:00 P.M. and 7:00 P.M. (MDT) at Aztec Speedway. Tickets per night are $20 for Adults, $17 for Senior and Military, $7 for Youth (6-14), and free for Kids five and under. Pit Passes are $35.

Aztec Speedway is the oldest remaining dirt tracks in the southwest. The track is located at 300 Legion Rd. in Aztec, N.M. Information on the track is online at https://www.aztecspeedway.com/ or by calling (505) 258-3978.

Fans not able to be in attendance can watch online at https://www.watchfye.tv. POWRi Desert Wing Sprint Series would like to thank all the amazing series sponsors, including SmartestSeller.com, Jackson Compaction, Baker Auto-Diesel, Performance Plus Racing Engines, Ortega’s Appliance, Gibson Photography, Mosher Racing, Grady’s Press Trailers, Derek Neil Schaefer’s Specialized Lubricants, Hal Burns Truck and Equipment, XXX Race Chassis, DMI, and CSI Shocks.

Follow along for more information on the further growth of the POWRi Desert Winged Sprint Series presented by MVT Services and items such as race recaps, updates, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, or on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing and Facebook at POWRi. POWRi League rules, contingencies, forms, and payouts can be found under the info tab at the top of the POWRi website.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS Southwest vs POWRi Aztec Speedway (Aztec, N.M.) Friday, June 10, 2022)

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 7-Lorne Wofford[1]; 2. 7X-Troy Treharn[2]; 3. 20Z-Rick Ziehl[6]; 4. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[3]; 5. 2J-Jax Redline[5]; 6. 116-Vance Wofford[7]; 7. 6-Logan Calderwood[4]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 22S-Shane Redline[2]; 2. 91-Jake Helsel[4]; 3. 2B-Brett Becker[7]; 4. 75X-JT Imperial[5]; 5. 41-Dillon Tanner[1]; 6. 22K-Joey Klemish[6]; 7. (DNS) 14-Cody Sickles

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 45X-Don Grable[2]; 2. 22-Jesse Baker[3]; 3. 2-Alex Pettas[1]; 4. 1HA-Caleb Saiz[4]; 5. (DNS) 12J-Josh Grady; 6. (DNS) 19-Wes Wofford

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 1HA-Caleb Saiz[11]; 2. 45X-Don Grable[3]; 3. 2B-Brett Becker[2]; 4. 6-Logan Calderwood[17]; 5. 20Z-Rick Ziehl[7]; 6. 116-Vance Wofford[14]; 7. 91-Jake Helsel[1]; 8. 7X-Troy Treharn[8]; 9. 41-Dillon Tanner[15]; 10. 22S-Shane Redline[4]; 11. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[12]; 12. 22-Jesse Baker[6]; 13. (DNF) 7-Lorne Wofford[5]; 14. (DNF) 75X-JT Imperial[9]; 15. (DNF) 2-Alex Pettas[10]; 16. (DNF) 2J-Jax Redline[13]; 17. (DNF) 22K-Joey Klemish[16]; 18. (DNS) 12J-Josh Grady; 19. (DNS) 19-Wes Wofford; 20. (DNS) 14-Cody Sickles

 

 

Gallatin, Big Sky up next for ASCS Frontier
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

The Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series returns to action this weekend with a Friday night event at Gallatin Speedway and a Saturday show at Big Sky Speedway.

Fresh off victories on Memorial weekend, Trever Kirkland of Helena, Montana and James Setters of Spirit Lake, Idaho sit atop the point standings, with Kirkland holding a 12-point advantage over Setters. Kirkland won the season opening main event May 27th at Electric City Speedway while Setters bested Kirkland the next night at the same venue. With his victory and runner-up finish to start the season, Kirkland looks to carry that momentum into this weekend's races, both at tracks he has won at in the past.

Friday's race at Gallatin Speedway, located in Belgrade (just outside of Bozeman), is the first of four ASCS Frontier Region sprint car events at the 3/10-mile clay oval this season. On this weekend last year, Kory Wermling of Great Falls scored his first career ASCS Frontier Region victory at Gallatin Speedway, on his way to eventually finishing third in the points. Eventual series champion Logan Forler scored two of his series leading five wins here last year.

Saturday's show at Big Sky Speedway, located just north of Billings, is the first of seven races for the series at the 3/8-mile clay oval. Wins in 2021 were picked up by Forler twice, former series champion Phil Dietz twice, and series Rookie of the Year award winner Tyler Driever.

Speaking of Dietz and Driever, both drivers were looked at as contenders for the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region championship in 2022. Disaster struck, however, in the form of blown motors for both drivers on opening night. Dietz lost his motor in hotlaps and Driever was running second in the main event when his motor let go. Both of them missed the next night, putting them in a hole early on. Both of them will look to bounce back this weekend, particularly at Big Sky Speedway where they each won last year. Dietz, the five-time sprint car champion, is also a former feature winner at Gallatin Speedway.

Joe Perry scored a pair of third-place finishes on opening weekend at Electric City Speedway and sits third in the standings. The Billings driver, who earned a hard charger nod coming from 12th to finish third in that second feature, is seen as due for a win.

Friday's Spring Clash at Belgrade at Gallatin Speedway will see spectator gates open at 5:30 with hotlaps at 7:00. Racing starts at 7:35, Mountain Time. Adults get in for $15, seniors and juniors for $13, and kids ages 12 and under are free. Modifieds and super stocks share the card with the ASCS Frontier Region sprint cars.

Saturday's Montana Spring Shootout at Big Sky Speedway sees spectator gates opening at 5:30 with racing scheduled to start at 7:00, Mountain Time. Tickets are $20 except for seniors and veterans who are in for $15. Kids less than 60 inches tall get in for free. Street stocks, super stocks, modifieds and compacts all join the ASCS Frontier sprinters.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

June 10th
Spring Clash at Belgrade
Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT

June 11th
Montana Spring Shootout
Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

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2022 Brodix ASCS Frontier Region - Top 10 points

1. Trever Kirkland, 292
2. James Setters, 280
3. Joe Perry, 270
4. Kory Wermling, 255
5. Kelly Miller, 250
6. Bill Boyce, 247
7. Bryan Brown, 238
8. Michael Bingham, 235
9. Ross Mathewson, 229
10. Jordan Milne, 219

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2022 ASCS Frontier Region feature winners

May 27 - Trever Kirkland at Electric City Speedway
May 28 - James Setters at Electric City Speedway

 

 

RJ Johnson Back On Top At Central Arizona Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (June 4, 2022) Getting his No. 51 back to the top of the podium on Saturday night, R.J. Johnson raced to career win No. 15 with the ASCS CAS Non-Wing Sprint Cars at Central Arizona Speedway.

Leading all by the tenth lap, which was paced by Zachary Madrid, the rest of the feature was smooth sailing with R.J. winning by 4.393-seconds. Madrid was second, while Dustin Burkart crossed third. Josh Pelkey and A.J. Hernandez completed the top five.

The ASCS CAS Non-Wing Sprint Cars are back at Central Arizona Speedway on Saturday, June 11.

Central Arizona Speedway is located at 512 Eleven Mile Corner in Casa Grande, Ariz. For more information and directions, call (520) 709-0718 or log onto http://www.centralarizonaspeedway.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results

ASCS CAS Non-Wing
Central Arizona Speedway (Casa Grande, Ariz.)
Saturday, April 16, 2022

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 51-RJ Johnson[1]; 2. 72-AJ Hernandez[3]; 3. 61-Chad Stevens[5]; 4. 0-Jonas Reynolds[7]; 5. 5AZ-James Webster[6]; 6. 8-Bruce St James[2]; 7. (DNS) 10X-Eugene Thomas

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 22AZ-Dustin Burkhart[1]; 2. 3M-Zachary Madrid[5]; 3. 12-Josh Pelkey[6]; 4. 3V-Jim Vanzant[3]; 5. 10-George Zills[7]; 6. 007-Wayne Siddle[4]; 7. (DNF) 3-Pete Yerkovich[2]

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 51-RJ Johnson[2]; 2. 3M-Zachary Madrid[4]; 3. 22AZ-Dustin Burkhart[1]; 4. 12-Josh Pelkey[3]; 5. 72-AJ Hernandez[5]; 6. 0-Jonas Reynolds[7]; 7. 5AZ-James Webster[9]; 8. (DNF) 8-Bruce St James[11]; 9. (DNF) 10X-Eugene Thomas[13]; 10. (DNF) 3V-Jim Vanzant[8]; 11. (DNF) 61-Chad Stevens[6]; 12. (DNF) 3-Pete Yerkovich[12]; 13. (DNF) 007-Wayne Siddle[10]; 14. (DNF) 10-George Zills[14]

 

 

Wayne Johnson Puts The Broom To The Mickey Walker Classic

Bryan Hulbert – SAPULPA, Okla. (June 4, 2022) Putting the sweep on the second annual Mickey Walker Classic, Oklahoma City’s Wayne Johnson battled to Saturday’s $2,222 top prize with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products.

Leading start to finish Friday night, it was a different story Saturday as Matt Covington took off with the race lead to start the 27-lap feature event. Chasing the No. 95 into traffic as the race rolled into the eighth revolution, Covington tried the bottom to clear a pair of slower cars on Lap 9, only to have Wayne Johnson hustle the cushion to the lead on Lap 10.

Threading the two slower cars immediately through the third and fourth turns, Johnson put distance on the field as Covington struggled to clear the slower cars. Working through several cautions, the later restarts saw Covington try to retake the lead, with each one thwarted. Challenged at the same time by Rees Moran for second, the No. 22m would hook Covington’s left rear on Lap 25 causing him to spin.

Giving Covington one final shot at the No. 2c, there was no stopping Johnson who pulled away by 1.318-seconds. Racing out of the B-Feature, Brandon Anderson was the night’s hard charger with a run to third. Sean McClelland rolled ninth to fourth with Bradley Fezard in fifth.

Running three divisions Saturday night, Kyle Jones, who swept the POWRi West Midgets, made up four spots to finish sixth. Andrew Deal followed with Michael Day going 14th to eighth. Jeremy Campbell was ninth with Joshua Tyre making up ten spots to round out the top ten.

The American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products is at Tulsa Speedway on Friday, June 17 at Lawton Speedway on Saturday, June 18.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS Sooner Region
Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, Okla.)
2nd annual Mickey Walker Classic
Saturday, June 4, 2022

Car Count: 24

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson[3]; 2. 87-Sean McClelland[1]; 3. 00-Bradley Fezard[5]; 4. 91-Michael Day[2]; 5. 77-Dean Drake Jr[7]; 6. 777-Bailey Hughes[4]; 7. 90-Lance Norick[6]; 8. 31K-Ross Moore[8]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 22M-Rees Moran[1]; 2. 9$-Kyle Clark[2]; 3. 8-Alex Sewell[6]; 4. 23X-Steven Shebester[3]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson[5]; 6. 08E-Elizabeth Phillips[8]; 7. 24-Craig Carroll[4]; 8. 8R-Ryker Pace[7]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[1]; 2. 15D-Andrew Deal[3]; 3. 95-Matt Covington[6]; 4. 17-Kyle Jones[5]; 5. 7F-Noah Harris[7]; 6. 38-Jimmy Forrester[2]; 7. 33-Justin Patocka[8]; 8. 39-Joshua Tyre[4]

B-Main (12 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 2. 24-Craig Carroll[7]; 3. 33-Justin Patocka[5]; 4. 90-Lance Norick[6]; 5. 31K-Ross Moore[8]; 6. 39-Joshua Tyre[10]; 7. 38-Jimmy Forrester[4]; 8. 8R-Ryker Pace[9]; 9. 08E-Elizabeth Phillips[2]; 10. 777-Bailey Hughes[3]

American Bank of Oklahoma A-Main (27 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson[3]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson[15]; 4. 87-Sean McClelland[9]; 5. 00-Bradley Fezard[5]; 6. 17-Kyle Jones[10]; 7. 15D-Andrew Deal[6]; 8. 91-Michael Day[14]; 9. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[7]; 10. 39-Joshua Tyre[20]; 11. 24-Craig Carroll[16]; 12. 90-Lance Norick[18]; 13. 33-Justin Patocka[17]; 14. 22M-Rees Moran[2]; 15. 9$-Kyle Clark[8]; 16. 8-Alex Sewell[4]; 17. 23X-Steven Shebester[13]; 18. 7F-Noah Harris[12]; 19. 77-Dean Drake Jr[11]; 20. 31K-Ross Moore[19]

 

 

Cody Gardner Takes Boothill Speedway Cash With Last Lap Pass

Bryan Hulbert – GREENWOOD, La. (June 4, 2022) The long-awaited return of the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating did not disappoint as seventh starting Cody Gardner parked the Brewer Trucking No. G6 in Victory Lane in a near photo finish with Michelle Parson.

Getting to the lead on Lap 6, Gardner battled with Paul White with the Waco racer leading Lap 7, before Cody was able to race back by. Showing the way until Lap 15, fifth starting Michelle Parson took over the point.

Stalked by the No. G6 through the final five laps, Gardner railed the cushion while Parson worked patiently around the hub. To the white flag, the pair were tied at the line. Staying committed to the top of the Boothill Speedway, the pair shot the front stretch in a full-on drag race to the finish with Cody Gardner winning by 0.150-seconds for his second non-wing score of the season.

Michell Parson in second was followed by Jason Howell. Fourth went to Paul White, with Jeremy Jonas putting his Avenger Chassis in the fifth spot. Caden McCreary, Joshua Hanna, Knick Stewart, Kobe Simpson, and Ryan Hall made up the top ten.

The ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating will be Saturday, June 11 at the Devil’s Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, Texas.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS Elite Non-Wing
Boothill Speedway (Greenwood, La.)
Saturday, June 4, 2022

Car Count: 19

Jacksonville Tool Die Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 99X-Dalton Stevens[2]; 2. 48-Caden McCreary[6]; 3. 48X-Neal Matuska[1]; 4. 82-Joshua Hanna[4]; 5. 21K-Kobe Simpson[5]; 6. 33C-Casey Carter[3]; 7. 79-Ryan Hall[7]

Texas Aeroplastics Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 44-Jason Howell[2]; 2. 99-Blake Jenkins[1]; 3. 1-Paul White[3]; 4. G6-Cody Gardner[6]; 5. 63-Chris Williams[4]; 6. 52-JD Fry[5]

M1 Fabrications Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. AK47-Knick Stewart[1]; 2. 21-Michelle Parson[2]; 3. 5J-Jeremy Jonas[3]; 4. 85-Josh McCord[4]; 5. 31-Mason Smith[5]

Top Choice Masonry A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. G6-Cody Gardner[7]; 2. 21-Michelle Parson[5]; 3. 44-Jason Howell[3]; 4. 1-Paul White[8]; 5. 5J-Jeremy Jonas[9]; 6. 48-Caden McCreary[6]; 7. 82-Joshua Hanna[11]; 8. AK47-Knick Stewart[4]; 9. 21K-Kobe Simpson[13]; 10. 79-Ryan Hall[18]; 11. 31-Mason Smith[14]; 12. 63-Chris Williams[15]; 13. 48X-Neal Matuska[10]; 14. 33C-Casey Carter[17]; 15. 52-JD Fry[16]; 16. 85-Josh McCord[12]; 17. 99-Blake Jenkins[1]; 18. 99X-Dalton Stevens[2]; 19. 3S-Stephen Smith[19]

 

 

Wayne Johnson Rolls To Walker Classic Prelim Win At Creek County Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – SAPULPA, Okla. (June 3, 2022) Rebounding from a shredded tire in his Heat Race to draw the right of the front row Friday night, Wayne Johnson put the Outlaw Wings No. 2c on the point and kept it there for his fourth career win with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products.

Winning the opening night of the 2nd annual Mickey Walker Classic, Johnson’s run to the win was not without challenge as Blake Hahn nearly took the lead on Lap 3 before slipping over the top of the first and second turn.

Pulling his lead to a straightaway through traffic with Steven Shebester chasing, the closing laps saw Hahn rallying back. Moving back to second on Lap 20, Hahn closed a 2.253-second gap down to car lengths as the leaders raced to the white flag. Unable to get the run on Johnson, the No. 2c kept pace by 1.155-seconds at the finish for his 10th career ASCS win at the Oklahoma quarter-mile.

Blake Hahn crossed second, followed by Steven Shebester. Having to drop to the tail after coming to a stop just before the green flag, Brandon Anderson, who had drawn the pole, rocketed through the field to finish fourth with Bradley Fezard moving from ninth to fifth.

Sean McClelland sixth was followed by Alex, Sewell, Kyle Clark, Jeremy Campbell, and Chance Morton to complete the top ten.

The 2nd annual Mickey Walker Classic continues on Saturday, June 4. Gates open at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 7:30 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 for Adults, $5 for Youth (11-14), and free for Kids 10 and under. Pit passes are $35.

Creek County Speedway is located at 18450 West Hwy. 66 between Sapulpa and Kellyville. For more information on Creek County Speedway, including a complete lineup of events and directions, log onto http://www.creekcountyspeedway.co, call (918) 247-RACE (7223), or follow on Twitter (@CreekSpeedway), and https://www.facebook.com/CreekCountySpeedway

For fans that cannot attend ASCS Sooner Region events in 2022, they can be seen live on http://www.racindirt.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS Sooner Region
Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, Okla.)
2nd annual Mickey Walker Classic
Friday, June 3, 2022

Car Count: 19

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 23X-Steven Shebester[2]; 2. 22M-Rees Moran[1]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 4. 9$-Kyle Clark[4]; 5. 7M-Chance Morton[5]; 6. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[7]; 7. 777-Bailey Hughes[6]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[2]; 2. 38-Jimmy Forrester[1]; 3. 00-Bradley Fezard[3]; 4. 39-Joshua Tyre[5]; 5. 22C-Charlie Crumpton[4]; 6. 8M-Kade Morton[6]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 87-Sean McClelland[5]; 2. 2C-Wayne Johnson[2]; 3. 8-Alex Sewell[4]; 4. 15D-Andrew Deal[3]; 5. 90-Lance Norick[1]; 6. 91-Michael Day[6]

American Bank of Oklahoma A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson[2]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[6]; 3. 23X-Steven Shebester[3]; 4. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 5. 00-Bradley Fezard[9]; 6. 87-Sean McClelland[4]; 7. 8-Alex Sewell[8]; 8. 9$-Kyle Clark[11]; 9. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[15]; 10. 7M-Chance Morton[13]; 11. 22M-Rees Moran[5]; 12. 777-Bailey Hughes[19]; 13. 15D-Andrew Deal[12]; 14. 90-Lance Norick[16]; 15. 39-Joshua Tyre[10]; 16. 38-Jimmy Forrester[7]; 17. 22C-Charlie Crumpton[14]; 18. 91-Michael Day[18]; 19. 8M-Kade Morton[17]

 

 

Mickey Walker Classic Next For ASCS Sooner Region At Creek County Speedway Bryan Hulbert

Bryan Hulbert – SAPULPA, Okla. (May 31, 2022) The second installment of the Mickey Walker Classic takes place this Friday, June 3, and Saturday, June 4, at Creek County Speedway in Sapulpa, Okla. featuring the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products.

The two-night affair will offer teams $2,000 to win, $300 to start Friday, with Saturday paying $2,222 to win, $302 to start.

Honoring the late Mickey Walker, the 2020 Creek County Speedway Champ/305 Sprint Car Champion passed away suddenly on January 5, 2021, at the age of 23. The inaugural event held in his name took place on June 6, 2021, with Oklahoma’s Blake Hahn earning the win.

Looking at the weekend lineup, both nights will include the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products, Champ/305 Sprint Cars, and POWRi West Midgets. All three divisions represent Mickey and his progression as a driver. Sooner Late Models will be on hand Friday, while Factory Stocks and Modifieds roll in on Saturday.

Friday, June 3 opens at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 8:00 P.M. Saturday, June 4 will open at the same time, with racing moved up to 7:30 P.M. (CDT). Tickets per day are $20 for Adults, $5 for Youth (11-14), and free for Kids 10 and under. Pit passes are $35.

Creek County Speedway is located at 18450 West Hwy. 66 between Sapulpa and Kellyville. For more information on Creek County Speedway, including a complete lineup of events and directions, log onto http://www.creekcountyspeedway.co, call (918) 247-RACE (7223), or follow on Twitter (@CreekSpeedway), and https://www.facebook.com/CreekCountySpeedway

For fans that cannot attend ASCS Sooner Region events in 2022, they can be seen live on http://www.racindirt.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Quick Info:

Friday, June 3: Mickey Walker Classic - Night 1 ASCS Sooner Region POWRi West Midgets Champ / 305 Sprints Sooner Late Model Series Pits Open: 4pm | Grandstands Open: 5pm | Hot Laps: 7pm | Racing: 8pm

Saturday, June 4: Mickey Walker Classic - Night 2 ASCS Sooner Region Sprints - $2,222 to win! POWRi West Midgets Champ / 305 Sprints - $1,222 to win! Factory Stocks Modifieds Pits Open: 3pm | Grandstands Open: 5pm | Hot Laps: 6:30pm | Racing: 7:30pm

General admission each night is $20, with Children 10 & under get in Free. Pits are $35 each night.

 

 

Sam Hafertepe, Jr. Dominates Lucas Oil ASCS Return To Thunderbird Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – MUSKOGEE, Okla. (May 29, 2022) Returning to Thunderbird Speedway for the first time in 22-years, the name going into the record books is Sam Hafertepe, Jr. Leading start to finish in Sunday's 25-lap feature, the win is Sam's first of the season and 59th overall with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network.

"I was kicking myself after last night, and I told myself going into tonight that I wasn't going to lose this one," stated Sam, who saw his run Saturday cut short after tangling with an infield tire.

"The early stages, we were really good. I could tell we were picking off cars way quicker than a lot of other guys could. I hated to see the caution there at the end with three to go because that puts everyone back on your bumper, but I knew if I could get a good start and get back up top, we'd be good."

Pulling to nearly three seconds at times through traffic, the No. 15h was chased from the start by Wayne Johnson. Pulling the advantage down to nearly a second at times, Wayne took a couple of shots at the lead on restarts but would, unfortunately, see his night end early when his car rolled to a stop on Lap 23.

Putting the Hills Racing/TrueNorth.bet No. 15h on the cushion through the closing laps, Hafertepe pulled the field by over two seconds to become the season's sixth different winner. As Sam pulled away, the race for second came down to the final lap between Jason Martin and Dylan Westbrook. Fending off the No. 47x, Martin posted his first podium finish of the season. Dylan Westbrook crossed third.

Chased by Blake Hahn until Lap 22, the night turned south when a shower of sparks poured out from behind the No. 52. Twelfth starting, Garet Williamson would take advantage for the fourth-place finish while Brandon Anderson completed the top five.

Tim Crawley crossed sixth, with Chance Morton moving from 11th to seventh. Sean McClelland made it to eighth, followed by Landon Crawley in ninth for his first top-ten finish with the National Tour. Whit Gastineau from 17th made up the top ten.

The Sunday showdown saw 24 drivers on hand. The overall quick qualifier was Wayne Johnson at 18.091-seconds to establish the track record. SCE Gaskets Heat Races numbered three, with wins going to Wayne Johnson, Sam Hafertepe, Jr., and Blake Hahn. Every driver in attendance advanced to the A-Feature.

The next event for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network is Friday, June 17 at Texarkana 67 Speedway in Texarkana, Ark., and Saturday, June 18 at Boothill Speedway in Greenwood, La.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour ASCS Sooner Region Thunderbird Speedway (Muskogee, Okla.) Sunday, May 29, 2022

Car Count: 24

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 18.091[1]; 2. 36-Jason Martin, 18.278[4]; 3. 24-Garet Williamson, 18.309[6]; 4. 87-Sean McClelland, 18.482[8]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 18.489[5]; 6. 10-Landon Britt, 18.817[7]; 7. 22M-Rees Moran, 19.347[3]; 8. 91-Justin Fine, 20.225[2]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 1X-Tim Crawley, 18.266[5]; 2. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 18.351[8]; 3. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, 18.450[1]; 4. 2-Whit Gastineau, 18.460[2]; 5. 95-Matt Covington, 18.778[6]; 6. 50Z-Zach Chappell, 19.008[3]; 7. 8M-Kade Morton, 19.045[4]; 8. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 19.400[7]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook, 18.722[6]; 2. 187-Landon Crawley, 18.919[3]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn, 18.926[7]; 4. 7M-Chance Morton, 19.070[8]; 5. 90-Lance Norick, 19.269[5]; 6. 26M-Fred Mattox, 19.302[2]; 7. 10P-Dylan Postier, 19.646[4]; 8. 2D-Dylan Opdahl, 20.139[1]

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Top 16 in combined Qualifying and Passing Points advance to the A-Feature)

SCE Gaskets Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson[4]; 2. 36-Jason Martin[3]; 3. 87-Sean McClelland[1]; 4. 24-Garet Williamson[2]; 5. 10-Landon Britt[6]; 6. 22M-Rees Moran[7]; 7. 45X-Kyler Johnson[5]; 8. 91-Justin Fine[8]

SCE Gaskets Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[2]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[5]; 3. 1X-Tim Crawley[4]; 4. 55B-Brandon Anderson[3]; 5. 2-Whit Gastineau[1]; 6. 17B-Ryan Bickett[8]; 7. 50Z-Zach Chappell[6]; 8. 8M-Kade Morton[7]

SCE Gaskets Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[2]; 2. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[4]; 3. 7M-Chance Morton[1]; 4. 187-Landon Crawley[3]; 5. 26M-Fred Mattox[6]; 6. 90-Lance Norick[5]; 7. 2D-Dylan Opdahl[8]; 8. 10P-Dylan Postier[7]

A-Feature

FloRacing A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[2]; 2. 36-Jason Martin[6]; 3. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[3]; 4. 24-Garet Williamson[12]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson[8]; 6. 1X-Tim Crawley[7]; 7. 7M-Chance Morton[11]; 8. 87-Sean McClelland[10]; 9. 187-Landon Crawley[9]; 10. 2-Whit Gastineau[17]; 11. 45X-Kyler Johnson[21]; 12. 26M-Fred Mattox[14]; 13. 17B-Ryan Bickett[15]; 14. 10P-Dylan Postier[24]; 15. 2C-Wayne Johnson[4]; 16. 52-Blake Hahn[1]; 17. 95-Matt Covington[5]; 18. 50Z-Zach Chappell[20]; 19. 8M-Kade Morton[23]; 20. 90-Lance Norick[18]; 21. 22M-Rees Moran[16]; 22. 2D-Dylan Opdahl[19]; 23. 10-Landon Britt[13]; 24. 91-Justin Fine[22]

Lap Leader(s): Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 1-25 Hard Charger: Kyler Johnson +10 Quick Time: Wayne Johnson, 18.091 (NTR) High Point Driver: Wayne Johnson Provisional(s): N/A

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs] Instagram: LucasOilASCS Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 1 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Derek Hagar – 1 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 1 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 1 (5/29 – Thunderbird Speedway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Wayne Johnson 762; 2. Dylan Westbrook 729; 3. Blake Hahn 719; 4. Jason Martin 703; 5. Garet Williamson 682; 6. Matt Covington 615; 7. Brandon Anderson 615; 8. Tim Crawley 603; 9. Ryan Timms 566; 10. Landon Britt 546; 11. Landon Crawley 539; 12. Kyler Johnson 524; 13. Sam Hafertepe, Jr, 516; 14. Ryan Bickett 503; 15. Seth Bergman 478;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)** 2 - Chase Porter (St. Joseph, MO) (R) 2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)** 2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R) 10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R) 10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R) 17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD) 23 - Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA) 24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO) 36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R) 45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R) 47x - Dylan Westbrook (Scotland, ONT. Can) 52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)** 55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R) 95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK) 187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R) (R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie ** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

Sponsors:

The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

All Champions of the American Sprint Car Series, from National to Regional Tours, will receive a new Superior Steering Wheel (https://superiorsteeringwheel.com).

 

 

Carney II Sweeps ASCS Southwest/POWRi Desert Weekend At Vado Speedway Park

Bryan Hulbert – VADO, N.M. (May 29, 2022) Going back-to-back at Vado Speedway Park, El Paso’s John Carney II took the Verville Racing owned No. 01 back to Victory Lane Sunday night in the weekend matchup between the ASCS Southwest Region and POWRi Desert Wing Sprint Series.

Taking off from third, Carney was the chaser for the first 13 laps to Jesse Baker. Getting the point on Lap 14, John proceeded to pull away by 7.082-seconds at the finish for his ninth career ASCS Southwest Regional score.

Jesse Baker held on for second while Caleb Saiz finished third. Don Grable and Dylan Harris made up the top five. Arizona’s J.T. Imperial made it to sixth from 12th with Royal Jones crossing seventh. Lorne Wofford, Brett Becker, and Rick Ziehl completed the top ten.

The next event for both series will see the matchup head for Aztec Speedway in Aztec, N.M. on Friday, June 10, and, Saturday, June 11

POWRi Desert Wing Sprint Series would like to thank all the amazing series sponsors including SmartestSeller.com, Jackson Compaction, Baker Auto-Diesel, Performance Plus Racing Engines, Ortega’s Appliance, Gibson Photography, Mosher Racing, Grady’s Press Trailers, Derek Neil Schaefer’s Specialized Lubricants, Hal Burns Truck and Equipment, XXX Race Chassis, DMI, and CSI Shocks.

Follow along for more information on the further growth of the POWRi Desert Winged Sprint Series presented by MVT Services and items such as race recaps, updates, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, or on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing and Facebook at POWRi. POWRi League rules, contingencies, forms, and payouts can be found under the info tab at the top of the POWRi website.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS Southwest vs POWRi Desert Vado Speedway Park (Vado, N.M.) Sunday, May 29, 2022

Car Count: 22

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 20Z-Rick Ziehl[2]; 2. 45X-Don Grable[1]; 3. 01-John Carney II[7]; 4. 7-Lorne Wofford[6]; 5. 12J-Josh Grady[3]; 6. 6-Logan Calderwood[4]; 7. 116-Vance Wofford[5]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 22-Jesse Baker[2]; 2. 1HA-Caleb Saiz[1]; 3. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[4]; 4. 22K-Joey Klemish[5]; 5. 72D-Derrick Black[3]; 6. 3V-Jim Vanzant[6]; 7. 10-George Zills[7]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 2B-Brett Becker[4]; 2. 1-Dylan Harris[3]; 3. 131-Royal Jones[5]; 4. 19-Wes Wofford[2]; 5. 75X-JT Imperial[7]; 6. 7X-Troy Treharn[1]; 7. 14-Cody Sickles[6]; 8. 25-Mike Marquez[8]

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 01-John Carney II[3]; 2. 22-Jesse Baker[1]; 3. 1HA-Caleb Saiz[6]; 4. 45X-Don Grable[8]; 5. 1-Dylan Harris[5]; 6. 75X-JT Imperial[12]; 7. 131-Royal Jones[7]; 8. 7-Lorne Wofford[10]; 9. 2B-Brett Becker[4]; 10. 20Z-Rick Ziehl[2]; 11. 12J-Josh Grady[14]; 12. 6-Logan Calderwood[17]; 13. 7X-Troy Treharn[19]; 14. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[9]; 15. 22K-Joey Klemish[11]; 16. 10-George Zills[18]; 17. 3V-Jim Vanzant[16]; 18. 72D-Derrick Black[15]; 19. 25-Mike Marquez[22]; 20. (DNF) 14-Cody Sickles[20]; 21. (DNF) 116-Vance Wofford[21]; 22. (DNF) 19-Wes Wofford[13]

 

 

Setters electrifies Great Falls, bags first ASCS Frontier win
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

GREAT FALLS, Mont. - It was a long-awaited moment for James Setters, his family, his friends, and his loyal fans, and it finally came on Saturday night as he rocketed away from the field to score his first career Brodix ASCS Frontier Region sprint car victory in the Montana Spring Round-Up finale at Electric City Speedway.

The 19-year-old from Spirit Lake, Idaho led all 25 laps of the main event aboard his family's No. 2 Borello-powered Helix that was perfectly set up. After drawing the pole for the event, Setters motored away from fellow front row starter Kelly Miller of Coaldale, Alberta on the start and from there was never threatened. Setters was leading Miller by more than six seconds when the first caution came out with 18 laps completed. Setters again motored away on the following restart.

A green-white-checkered finish was set up after Miller brought out the red flag when he was bit by the cushion on the top of turns 1 and 2 and went tumbling upside down after taking the white flag. Helena, Montana's Trever Kirkland, who won the season opening feature on Friday night, wound up behind Setters for the final restart but he too had nothing for Setters, who again jetted away over the last two laps and won comfortably.

While frequently racing the 360 sprint car in ASCS Frontier Region events, Setters is a regular in sportsman sprint competition at Electric City Speedway, essentially making the 3/10-mile Great Falls clay oval his home track. After making weight at the scales, Setters was pushed out in front the main grandstand. Climbing out of the car, he was greeted with a kiss from his girlfriend and a roaring ovation from his home track crowd in celebration of his first ASCS victory.

Setters appeared stunned and had the "is this really happening?!" look on his face as he was interviewed in victory lane and celebrated. It'll be a night James and the Setters family will remember forever.

Backing up his Friday night victory, Kirkland finished second aboard the Kirkland Racing No. 37 Shark-powered Triple X. With the overall very solid weekend, Kirkland left Electric City Speedway with the early ASCS Frontier Region points lead. The big mover of the night was Billings driver Joe Perry, who had to miss his heat race when a steering problem suddenly occurred and he rolled to a stop during the pace laps. He and father Chuck fixed the problem and he tagged the back of the main event field. Perry impressively worked his way through the field and finished third for the second straight night aboard the family's No. 28 Don Ott-powered Maxim.

Kory Wermling finished fourth, finishing in the Top 5 both nights at his home town track. Alberta veteran Bill Boyce finished fifth. The rest of the Top 10 were Bryan Brown, Ross Mathewson, Michael Bingham, Brianna Widhalm and Ian Myers.

Setters and Kirkland won heat races earlier in the evening.

This weekend's races were the first at Electric City Speedway for the ASCS Frontier Region since 2018. The series is back for a two-night holiday special on Sunday and Monday, July 3rd and 4th. The annual Montana Round-Up, the three-night Labor Day weekend special, is back on the schedule for September 2nd, 3rd and 4th.

The ASCS Frontier Region next races on Friday, June 10th with the Spring Clash at Belgrade at Gallatin Speedway near Bozeman, Montana. The Montana Spring Shootout is Saturday, June 11th at Big Sky Speedway outside of Billings.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

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Brodix ASCS Frontier Region
Montana Spring Round-Up - Night 2
Electric City Speedway
Great Falls, MT
May 28, 2022

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. 2 James Setters, 2. 2jr Kelly Miller, 3. 77b Michael Bingham, 4. 38b Bryan Brown, 5. 1 Bill Boyce, 6. 56 Ross Mathewson.

Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. 37 Trever Kirkland, 2. 9k Kory Wermling, 3. 3 Jordan Milne, 4. 2b Brianna Widhalm, 5. 24m Ian Myers, DNS - 28 Joe Perry.

Feature (25 laps): 1. 2 James Setters, 2. 37 Trever Kirkland, 3. 28 Joe Perry, 4. 9k Kory Wermling, 5. 1 Bill Boyce, 6. 38b Bryan Brown, 7. 56 Ross Mathewson, 8. 77b Michael Bingham, 9. 2b Brianna Widhalm, 10. 24m Ian Myers, 11. 2jr Kelly Miller, 12. 3 Jordan Milne.

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

June 10th
Sprint Clash at Belgrade
Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT

June 11th
Montana Spring Shootout
Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

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2022 ASCS Frontier Region feature winners

May 27 - Trever Kirkland at Electric City Speedway
May 28 - James Setters at Electric City Speedway

 

 

John Carney II Wins ASCS Southwest/POWRi Desert Opener At Vado Speedway Park

Bryan Hulbert – VADO, N.M. (May 28, 2022) Getting his seventh career victory with the ASCS Southwest Region, El Paso’s John Carney II wheeled the Verville Racing owned No. 01 to Victory Lane at Vado Speedway Park on Saturday night to open the weekend matchup between the ASCS Southwest Region and POWRi Desert Wing Sprint Series.

Besting a field of 21 at the three-eighths-mile oval, Carney bolted to the lead on Lap 7. Under fire from Josh Grady, the POWRi regular nearly took the point, but a caution would help Carney secure the lead, and eventually the win. Rolling up from ninth, Lorne Wofford claimed second with Brett Becker third. Josh Grady ended up fourth with Don Grable making up the top five.

Jesse Baker sixth was chased by Vance Wofford from 11th. Logan Calderwood, Royal Jones, and Caleb Saiz made up the top ten.

The ASCS Southwest Region and POWRi Desert Wing Sprint Series return for round two at the Vado Speedway Park on Sunday, May 29. Gates open at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 7:30 P.M. (MDT).

Live coverage can be found on http://www.watchfye.tv.

POWRi Desert Wing Sprint Series would like to thank all the amazing series sponsors including SmartestSeller.com, Jackson Compaction, Baker Auto-Diesel, Performance Plus Racing Engines, Ortega’s Appliance, Gibson Photography, Mosher Racing, Grady’s Press Trailers, Derek Neil Schaefer’s Specialized Lubricants, Hal Burns Truck and Equipment, XXX Race Chassis, DMI, and CSI Shocks.

Follow along for more information on the further growth of the POWRi Desert Winged Sprint Series presented by MVT Services and items such as race recaps, updates, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, or on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing and Facebook at POWRi. POWRi League rules, contingencies, forms, and payouts can be found under the info tab at the top of the POWRi website.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS Southwest vs POWRi Desert
Vado Speedway Park (Vado, N.M.)
Saturday, May 28, 2022

Car Count: 21

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 7X-Troy Treharn[1]; 2. 1-Dylan Harris[5]; 3. 75X-JT Imperial[2]; 4. 7-Lorne Wofford[6]; 5. 1HA-Caleb Saiz[3]; 6. 72D-Derrick Black[4]; 7. 14-Cody Sickles[7]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 2B-Brett Becker[2]; 2. 01-John Carney II[6]; 3. 12J-Josh Grady[4]; 4. 116-Vance Wofford[5]; 5. 3V-Jim Vanzant[3]; 6. 22K-Joey Klemish[7]; 7. (DNF) 4T-Colt Treharn[1]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 22-Jesse Baker[1]; 2. 131-Royal Jones[2]; 3. 20Z-Rick Ziehl[5]; 4. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[4]; 5. 45X-Don Grable[6]; 6. 6-Logan Calderwood[3]; 7. 10-George Zills[7]

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 01-John Carney II[2]; 2. 7-Lorne Wofford[9]; 3. 2B-Brett Becker[1]; 4. 12J-Josh Grady[7]; 5. 45X-Don Grable[13]; 6. 22-Jesse Baker[5]; 7. 116-Vance Wofford[11]; 8. 6-Logan Calderwood[18]; 9. 131-Royal Jones[8]; 10. 1HA-Caleb Saiz[15]; 11. 7X-Troy Treharn[4]; 12. 22K-Joey Klemish[14]; 13. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[12]; 14. 72D-Derrick Black[17]; 15. 3V-Jim Vanzant[16]; 16. 10-George Zills[20]; 17. (DNF) 75X-JT Imperial[10]; 18. (DNF) 1-Dylan Harris[3]; 19. (DNF) 20Z-Rick Ziehl[6]; 20. (DNF) 14-Cody Sickles[19]; 21. (DNS) 4T-Colt Treharn

 

 

It’s Dylan Westbrook On The Last Lap At Lake Ozark Speedway!

Bryan Hubert – ELDON, Mo. (May 28, 2022) Going full out in pursuit of Matt Covington over the final five laps of Saturday's A-Feature at Lake Ozark Speedway, the Missile Motorsports No. 95 and Hills Racing No. 47x went slide for slide with Dylan Westbrook's last lap slider through the first and second turns securing his third career victory with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network.

Taking off sixth on the grid, Dylan raced to the podium on Lap 8. Going after Wayne Johnson through numerous restarts, Westbrook finally got the position on Lap 12. Chasing Covington into traffic, Dylan was on the No. 95 on Lap 16.

Wheel to wheel with Covington a lap later, the difference was 0.001-seconds with the No. 95 holding. Playing traffic like chess, Covington protected the open line to pull back to a half-second advantage with five to go.

Getting clean track between himself and Covington, the gap closed rapidly with a difference of only 0.283-seconds on Lap 21. Closing on another group of slower cars with three to go, Covington's breathing room was dashed as the pair raced to two to go. Forced to the bottom, coming to the white flag, Westbrook shoved the nose of the No. 47x under Covington, forcing him to navigate the middle groove.

Holding by 0.051-seconds at the wave of the white flag, the run into turns one and two saw Dylan drive hard to the bottom. Clearing Covington and the slower car, the No. 47x hustled the cushion through the final two turns to win by 0.764-seconds.

Matt Covington settled for second with Wayne Johnson barely holding onto third following contact between the No. 2c and Blake Hahn's No. 52 off the second turn of the final lap. Hahn ended up fourth, with Ryan Timms rolling from 11th to complete the top five.

Joe B. Miller from 12th made it to sixth with Miles Paulus seventh. Garet Williamson from 17th made it to eighth, followed by Jason Martin from 18th. Chase Porter made up six positions to finish tenth.

Saturday's field at Lake Ozark Speedway numbered 32. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. was the overall quick qualifier at 12.430-seconds. SCE Gaskets Heat Races went to Brandon Anderson, Sam Hafertepe, Jr., Gunner Ramey, and Wayne Johnson. Garet Williamson topped the night's BMRS B-Feature. Provisional starts went to Tim Crawley and Landon Britt.

The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, heads to Thunderbird Speedway in Muskogee, Okla., for the first time in 22 years on Sunday, May 29.

Gates open opens at 4:00 P.M. in the Pits and 5:00 P.M. in the Grandstands. Hot Laps are at 6:30 P.M. and Racing at 7:30 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 for adults and free for kids 12 and under. Thunderbird Speedway is located at the Muskogee Fairgrounds (1444 S Cherokee St). For information on the track, as well as directions, log onto http://www.thunderbirdspeedwayok.com or call Terry Mattox at (918) 417-0624.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour ASCS Warrior Region Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, Mo.) Saturday, May 28, 2022

Car Count: 32

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (4 Laps): 1. 98P-Miles Paulus, 12.880[5]; 2. 4-Evan Martin, 12.888[3]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 12.896[1]; 4. 86-Timothy Smith, 13.060[4]; 5. 77-Jack Wagner, 13.064[8]; 6. 10-Landon Britt, 13.272[2]; 7. 2-Chase Porter, 13.338[7]; 8. 9M-Jarman Dalitz, 14.613[6]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (4 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, 12.430[5]; 2. 47X-Dylan Westbrook, 12.642[1]; 3. 97-Scotty Milan, 12.878[8]; 4. 187-Landon Crawley, 12.969[3]; 5. 8M-Kade Morton, 13.024[6]; 6. 36-Jason Martin, 13.415[4]; 7. 2D-Dylan Opdahl, 13.428[7]; 8. 16-Dustin Clark, 14.749[2]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (4 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington, 12.639[4]; 2. 24-Garet Williamson, 12.754[2]; 3. 11A-Austin O'Neal, 12.899[8]; 4. 21-Gunner Ramey, 12.943[6]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 12.962[7]; 6. 50K-Kyle Bellm, 13.033[5]; 7. 10P-Dylan Postier, 13.551[3]; 8. 40S-Shain Kaiser, 13.551[1]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 4 (4 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 12.572[4]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn, 12.825[1]; 3. 5T-Ryan Timms, 12.969[6]; 4. 22S-Slater Helt, 12.995[2]; 5. 0-Jake Griffin, 13.035[8]; 6. 51B-Joe B Miller, 13.066[5]; 7. 1X-Tim Crawley, 13.131[7]; 8. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 13.977[3]

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Top 16 in combined Qualifying and Passing Points advance to the A-Feature)

SCE Gaskets Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[2]; 2. 98P-Miles Paulus[4]; 3. 86-Timothy Smith[1]; 4. 77-Jack Wagner[5]; 5. 2-Chase Porter[7]; 6. 9M-Jarman Dalitz[8]; 7. 10-Landon Britt[6]; 8. 4-Evan Martin[3]

SCE Gaskets Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[4]; 2. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[3]; 3. 97-Scotty Milan[2]; 4. 187-Landon Crawley[1]; 5. 36-Jason Martin[6]; 6. 8M-Kade Morton[5]; 7. 2D-Dylan Opdahl[7]; 8. 16-Dustin Clark[8]

SCE Gaskets Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 21-Gunner Ramey[1]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 3. 11A-Austin O'Neal [2]; 4. 45X-Kyler Johnson[5]; 5. 50K-Kyle Bellm[6]; 6. 24-Garet Williamson[3]; 7. 10P-Dylan Postier[7]; 8. 40S-Shain Kaiser[8]

SCE Gaskets Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson[4]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 3. 5T-Ryan Timms[2]; 4. 51B-Joe B Miller[6]; 5. 22S-Slater Helt[1]; 6. 0-Jake Griffin[5]; 7. 17B-Ryan Bickett[8]; 8. 1X-Tim Crawley[7]

BMRS B-Features (Top 6 advance)

BMRS B-Main 1 (12 Laps): 1. 24-Garet Williamson[4]; 2. 36-Jason Martin[2]; 3. 8M-Kade Morton[6]; 4. 187-Landon Crawley[3]; 5. 50K-Kyle Bellm[1]; 6. 22S-Slater Helt[5]; 7. 0-Jake Griffin[7]; 8. 4-Evan Martin[11]; 9. 40S-Shain Kaiser[12]; 10. 10P-Dylan Postier[10]; 11. 17B-Ryan Bickett[8]; 12. 2D-Dylan Opdahl[9]; 13. 16-Dustin Clark[13]; 14. 9M-Jarman Dalitz[14]; 15. (DNS) 10-Landon Britt; 16. (DNS) 1X-Tim Crawley

A-Feature

FloRacing A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[6]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 3. 2C-Wayne Johnson[3]; 4. 52-Blake Hahn[7]; 5. 5T-Ryan Timms[11]; 6. 51B-Joe B Miller[12]; 7. 98P-Miles Paulus[1]; 8. 24-Garet Williamson[17]; 9. 36-Jason Martin[18]; 10. 2-Chase Porter[16]; 11. 97-Scotty Milan[9]; 12. 55B-Brandon Anderson[5]; 13. 1X-Tim Crawley[23]; 14. 45X-Kyler Johnson[13]; 15. 50K-Kyle Bellm[21]; 16. 11A-Austin O'Neal[10]; 17. 86-Timothy Smith[14]; 18. 187-Landon Crawley[20]; 19. 77-Jack Wagner[15]; 20. 21-Gunner Ramey[8]; 21. 8M-Kade Morton[19]; 22. 10-Landon Britt[24]; 23. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[4]; 24. 22S-Slater Helt[22]

Lap Leader(s): Matt Covington 1-24; Dylan Westbrook 25 Hard Charger: Garet Williamson +9 Quick Time: Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 12.430 High Point Driver: Sam Hafertepe, Jr. Provisional(s): Tim Crawley (Points) / Landon Britt (Points)

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs] Instagram: LucasOilASCS Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 1 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Derek Hagar – 1 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway); Dylan Westbrook – 1 (5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Wayne Johnson 662; 2. Blake Hahn 621; 3. Dylan Westbrook 594; 4. Ryan Timms 566; 5. Jason Martin 561; 6. Garet Williamson 552; 7. Matt Covington 519; 8. Brandon Anderson 490; 9. Tim Crawley 481; 10. Seth Bergman 478; 11. Landon Britt 459; 12. Landon Crawley 426; 13. Kyler Johnson 416; 14. Ryan Bickett 399; 15. Chris Martin 378;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)** 2 - Chase Porter (St. Joseph, MO) (R) 2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)** 2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R) 10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R) 10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R) 17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD) 23 - Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA) 24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO) 36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R) 45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R) 47x - Dylan Westbrook (Scotland, ONT. Can) 52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)** 55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R) 95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK) 187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R) (R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie ** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

 


 

Kirkland Leads It All In ASCS Frontier Opener At Electric City Speedway

Bryan Hulbert - GREAT FALLS, Mont. (May 27, 2022) Kicking off the 2022 season with a win, Trever Kirkland led flag-to-flag Friday night with the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region at Electric City Speedway.

Win No. 6 with the Montana based tour, Kirkland took the green from the pole position and never looked back. Canada's Kelly Miller crossed second, with Joe Perry completing the night’s podium. James Setters and Kory Wermling made up the top five.

Making his return to action, Bill Boyce crossed sixth, followed by Michael Bingham, Bryan Brown, Jordan Mihe, and Ross Mathewson rounded out the top ten.

The Spring Roundup at Electric City Speedway continues on Saturday, May 28. Grandstands open at 5:30 P.M. with racing at 7:00 P.M. (MDT).

Tickets are $20 for adults, $14 for Military, Senior (55+), Military, and Youth (13-17), and $5 for Kids 12 and under. Electric City Speedway is located just north of Great Falls, Mont. on Hwy. 87 at 2801 Old Havre Hwy. Information on the track can be found at http://www.electriccityspeedway.com or by calling (406) 899-3358.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS Frontier Region Electric City Speedway (Great Falls, Mont.) Friday, May 27, 2022

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 37-Trever Kirkland[2]; 2. 3-Jordan Mihe[1]; 3. 1-Bill Boyce[3]; 4. 2-James Setters[4]; 5. 38B-Bryan Brown[6]; 6. 56-Ross Mathewson[5]; 7. (DNS) 72-Phil Dietz

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 33T-Tyler Driever[1]; 2. 2JR-Kelly Miller[7]; 3. 28-Joe Perry[5]; 4. 9K-Kory Wermling[6]; 5. 77B-Michael Bingham[3]; 6. 24M-Ian Myers[4]; 7. (DNF) 74U-Chauncey Filler[2]

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 37-Trever Kirkland[1]; 2. 2JR-Kelly Miller[4]; 3. 28-Joe Perry[3]; 4. 2-James Setters[7]; 5. 9K-Kory Wermling[5]; 6. 1-Bill Boyce[8]; 7. 77B-Michael Bingham[10]; 8. 38B-Bryan Brown[9]; 9. 3-Jordan Mihe[6]; 10. 56-Ross Mathewson[11]; 11. 24M-Ian Myers[12]; 12. (DNF) 33T-Tyler Driever[2]; 13. (DNS) 74U-Chauncey Filler; 14. (DNS) 72-Phil Dietz

 

Late Downpour Moves Lake Ozark Showdown To Saturday Showdown

Bryan Hulbert – ELDON, Mo. (May 26, 2022) Dealing with light rain the past few days, things were set for Friday and Saturday at Lake Ozark Speedway, however, a late downpour Thursday night dropped heavy rain for nearly an hour, forcing officials to move The Spring Sprint and Midget Nationals to a Saturday only program.

As was the Saturday purse going into the event, May 28 will pay the normal ASCS National weekend purse of $4,000 to win, $400 to start.

Saturday, May 28 at Lake Ozark Speedway opens at 2:00 P.M. for teams to pull in. Grandstands open at 5:00 P.M. with Hot Laps at 6:15 P.M. (CDT). Lake Ozark Speedway is located at 50 Twiggy Lane in Eldon, Mo. Information on the track, including advance ticket sales, can be found at http://www.lakeozarkspeedway.net. On-site camping is available. Call (417) 399-5756 for details.

While slated for three nights, teams are still set to get two nights of racing this weekend as Sunday, May 29 will see action turn to Thunderbird Speedway in Muskogee, Okla. Presented by Terry Mattox, the Sunday showdown will also include Factory Stocks ($500 to win, $50 to start), Pure Stocks ($300 to win, $35 to start), and USRA B-Mods ($500 to win, $60 to start). The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series will see a $3,000 to win, $400 to start A-Feature.

Sunday, May 29 at Thunderbird Speedway opens at 4:00 P.M. in the Pits and 5:00 P.M. in the Grandstands. Hot Laps are at 6:30 P.M. and Racing at 7:30 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 for adults and free for kids 12 and under. Thunderbird Speedway is located at the Muskogee Fairgrounds (1444 S Cherokee St). For information on the track, as well as directions, log onto http://www.thunderbirdspeedwayok.com or call Terry Mattox at (918) 417-0624.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Quick Notes:

Who: Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series
Where: Lake Ozark Speedway & Thunderbird Speedway
When: May 28-29, 2022

Times and Other Info: Lake Ozark Speedway (May 28)

Pits: 2:00 P.M.
Gates: 5:00 P.M.
Draw: 5:00 P.M. – 5:30 P.M.
Driver's Meeting: 5:45 P.M.
Hot Laps/Qualifying: 6:30 P.M.
Racing: 7:00 P.M.
Muffler: Open
RACEceiver: 454.000

Prices:

Pit Pass: $40
Grandstand Admission: $25
Seniors/Military: $17
Youth (6-12): $10
Kids (5 & under): Free

Contact Info: Lake Ozark Speedway

Address: 50 Twiggy Ln. Eldon, MO 65026
Phone: (417) 399-5756
Website: http://www.lakeozarkspeedway.net
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lakeozarkspeedway
Twitter: https://twitter.com/LOSspeedway

Times and Other Info: Thunderbird Speedway (May 29)

Pits: 4:00 P.M.
Gates: 5:00 P.M.
Draw: 5:00 P.M. – 5:30 P.M.
Driver's Meeting: 5:45 P.M.
Hot Laps/Qualifying: 6:30 P.M.
Racing: 7:30 P.M.
Muffler: ASCS Schoenfeld
RACEceiver: 454.000

Prices:

Pit Pass: $40
Grandstand Admission: $20
Kids (12 & under): Free

Contact Info: Thunderbird Speedway

Address: 1444 S Cherokee St, Muskogee, OK 74403
Phone: (918) 417-0624
Website: http://www.thunderbirdspeedwayok.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Thunderbird-Speedway-192229047937380
Twitter: N/A

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs]
Instagram: LucasOilASCS
Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com
Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 1 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Derek Hagar – 1 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Wayne Johnson 527; 2. Blake Hahn 491; 3. Seth Bergman 478; 4. Jason Martin 448; 5. Dylan Westbrook 444; 6. Ryan Timms 441; 7. Garet Williamson 436; 8. Tim Crawley 416; 9. Landon Britt 394; 10. Brandon Anderson 384;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**
2 - Chase Porter (St. Joseph, MO) (R)
2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**
2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R)
10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)
10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)
17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)
23 - Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)
24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)
36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)
45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)
47x - Dylan Westbrook (Scotland, ONT. Can)
52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**
55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)
95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)
187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)
(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie
** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

Sponsors:

The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

All Champions of the American Sprint Car Series, from National to Regional Tours, will receive a new Superior Steering Wheel (https://superiorsteeringwheel.com).

 

 

ASCS Frontier opens 2022 season Friday, Saturday at Electric City Speedway
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

GREAT FALLS, Mont. - The Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series will finally get its 2022 season underway with the Montana Spring Round-Up this Friday and Saturday in its long-awaited return to Electric City Speedway.

The 3/10-mile clay oval on the north end of Great Falls will be hosting the ASCS Frontier Region for the first time since August 2018, that last event being won by Logan Forler, who incidentally was last year's ASCS Frontier Region champion. The two races this weekend are the first of seven total events at Electric City Speedway for the series this year. Friday's event will pay $1,500 to win with Saturday's winner getting a cool $2,000 payday.

The Montana-based regional 360 sprint car series was set to open the season with a two-night event last weekend at Desert Thunder Raceway in Price, Utah but was forced to postpone due to the tire supply issue affecting all of racing and the automotive industry. There will be an effort to reschedule the event if possible. Tires will be available this weekend, but with the tire supply situation remaining uncertain the series is requesting that those who need tires get only what they need as we try to make sure anyone who needs them is able to acquire them.

With Logan Forler moving on to racing 410 sprint cars on the west coast, he won't be around to defend the ASCS Frontier Region championship this year. That leaves several talented drivers from around the region competing to take his place as champion. Phil Dietz, a two-time ASCS Frontier Region champion and five-time overall sprint car champ, is expected to be in the mix as he runs a full schedule after taking two wins in part-time action last year. Trever Kirkland, a former champion of the Big Sky Sprints - a predecessor to the ASCS Frontier Region - looks to be a major factor, building off of momentum in the latter half of the season that included two wins and several top 5 finishes after a disastrous start earlier.

2021 series Rookie of the Year Tyler Driever is back also, having also finished second in the points with two wins and looking to use what he learned last year to challenge for a championship. Kelly Miller, a former winner at Electric City Speedway and of several ASCS Frontier Region events, will be one to watch as well. Kory Wermling, from Great Falls, won his first ASCS Frontier Region main event last year and finished third in points, and looks to deliver a big weekend in front of the hometown crowd. Drivers from Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Washington, western Canada and elsewhere will be competing.

The Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series will open its 2022 season with the Montana Spring Round-Up at Electric City Speedway in Great Falls, Montana this Friday and Saturday, May 27th and 28th. Pit gates each day open at 4:00 with spectator gates opening at 5:30 and racing scheduled for 7:00. Tickets each night are $20 for adults, $14 for military, juniors ages 13 to 17 and adults 55 and over. Kids 12 and under are only $5. The series will be joined by WISSOTA Midwest modifieds and WISSOTA street stocks on Friday, and then by IMCA modifieds, WISSOTA street stocks and WISSOTA super stocks on Saturday.

More information on the ASCS Frontier Region can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

May 27th & 28th
Montana Spring Round-Up
Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT

June 10th
Sprint Clash at Belgrade
Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT

June 11th
Montana Spring Shootout
Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

 

 

Dietz chasing sixth sprint car championship with ASCS Frontier
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

LAUREL, Mont. - A familiar face will be a contender this season with the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, as five-time sprint car champion Phil Dietz will be looking to add a sixth title to his already impressive resume.

The 37-year-old Laurel, Montana driver returned to sprint car racing last year after taking some time off and scored a pair of ASCS Frontier Region victories, both at his home track Big Sky Speedway, in part-time action. He took the opening night of the Big Sky 360 Nationals on July 24th and then scored the win in the ASCS Frontier Region season finale on September 11th. The two-time ASCS Frontier Region champion now expects to run the entire season in 2022, chasing a third ASCS regional title - to go with his 2013 and 2015 trophies - and a sixth overall crown. His chase begins this Friday and Saturday, May 27th and 28th at Electric City Speedway in Great Falls, Montana.

Dietz has been racing sprint cars since 1999, when he earned Rookie of the Year honors at just 15 years of age with the old Montana Open Wheel Racing Association, which was later renamed the Montana Sprint Tour - in which he won his first championship in 2003. After the Big Sky Sprint Tour took the MST's place as the Montana based sprint car series a few years later, Dietz won his second overall title in 2007. An ownership change in the series took place after the 2009 season and it became simply known as Big Sky Sprints, and Dietz was that tour's last champion in 2012. The ASCS Frontier Region took over and ran its inaugural season in 2013, and Dietz won twice that year en route to that championship, his fourth title under four different banners.

In 2015 he scored another four wins on his way to his second ASCS Frontier Region championship and fifth overall, cementing his place as one of Montana's greatest sprint car racers ever. However, Dietz scaled back in 2016 and ran only a handful of races for other car owners, picking up a win for Richie and Nubby Peterson in non-ASCS action that season before hanging it up for a few years. Dietz later caught the bug again when attending events at Big Sky Speedway. When he returned to action in 2021, he and his wife Lisa got the band back together, including brothers Lee and Sean Hoke, longtime crewmembers for Phil. It was a popular win with the hometown fans when Dietz scored that win in July, his first sprint car main event win in five years and first ASCS Frontier Region triumph since taking the 2015 season finale.

Along with support from Lisa, the Hoke brothers are back crewing this year, along with Phil's dad Ken Dietz and friend and sponsor Mike Nezworski. Phil will also be racing in memory of his grandfather Ray Dietz, who passed away in December. Ray was present in victory lane for one of Phil's victories last year, something he and his family will cherish.

Dietz, as always, will be have the No. 72 on his car. As he had for the last number of years, Dietz will be running Maxim chassis. In 2022 he'll be running Panella Racing engines under the hood and have Factory Kahne shocks on the car as well. CM Tree Service, who joined him as a major sponsor last year, is back with him along with Dietz Auto & Truck, Moon Construction, Pacific Recycling, Leading Performance and CNL Service.

The Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series will open its 2022 season with the Montana Spring Round-Up at Electric City Speedway in Great Falls, Montana this Friday and Saturday, May 27th and 28th.

More information on the ASCS Frontier Region can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

May 27th & 28th
Montana Spring Round-Up
Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT

June 10th
Sprint Clash at Belgrade
Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT

June 11th
Montana Spring Shootout
Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

 

 

Torrential Rain Postpones Lucas Oil ASCS At Tri-City Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – GRANITE CITY, Ill. (May 19, 2022) Forecasted as a passing shower turned much more than that Thursday evening. Turning into a Supercell, the storm unleashed a massive amount of rain at Tri-City Speedway, forcing officials with the Illinois oval and Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network to postpone this weekend’s event as the now saturated grounds will not have enough time to dry before the next round of forecasted precipitation arrives.

Putting the area under a Tornado Watch, thankfully, the track only received rain and some high wind. Officials are looking for a replacement date and will be announced as soon as it can be confirmed.

The next event on the 2022 lineup is the Spring Sprint and Midget Nationals at Lake Ozark Speedway on Friday, May 27, and Saturday, May 28, followed by the return to Thunderbird Speedway in Muskogee, Okla., on Sunday, May 29.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

Hagar Takes ASCS Mid-South Region Points Lead Into I-30 Speedway This Saturday Shawn Miller

Inside Line Promotions – MARION, Ark. (May 17, 2022) – Derek Hagar will return to I-30 Speedway this Saturday for an ASCS Mid-South Region event.

Hagar enters the night at the bullring in Little Rock, Ark., leading the ASCS Mid-South Region championship standings after winning two of the first three series races this year. He’s also the only driver to post a top-10 result during all three races.

“We just have to go out there and do what we’ve been doing,” he said. “I-30 has treated us well this year other than the first night when we crashed in a non-wing. I know we can get it done if we put ourselves in the right position.”

Hagar earned a Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour and ASCS Mid-South Region victory at I-30 Speedway in March. He also captured a feature triumph at the quarter-mile oval during his most recent visit last month.

On top of the success on the track, Hagar has an added boost of getting his primary engine back this week.

“We started the season out the strongest we have in a while so I’m looking forward to going back to I-30 this weekend,” he said. “We have a fresh Dynotech under the hood so I’m excited to see how that will do. Hopefully the changes we made meet our expectations. Kenny (Conrad) and Ricky (Stenhouse) always come up with a good combination.

“This is our major engine. With Kenny getting sick last year he didn’t get to go through that stuff in the offseason. He is very picky about who touches the motors. Kenny does all the assembly and then Ricky does our machine work and dynoing. Once Kenny got well and in the shop he got it torn down and did some updates to the new ASCS rules. It has taken some time to get some parts. We’ve been running our second motor, which has treated us well to start the year. Now we’ll see if we can keep it up with our primary one.”

SEASON STATS –

9 races, 5 wins, 6 top fives, 7 top 10s, 7 top 15s, 8 top 20s

UP NEXT –

Saturday at I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Ark., with the ASCS Mid-South Region

MEDIA LINKS –

Website: http://www.DerekHagarRacing.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/HagarDerek

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Cocopah Speedway Next For ASCS Southwest
 

Bryan Hulbert – SOMERTON, Ariz. (May 17, 2022) It’s Law Enforcement Appreciation Night at Cocopah Speedway on Saturday, May 21, and the ASCS Southwest Region is back in action at the three-eighths-mile Arizona oval.

Free admission to all Law Enforcement with ID, the night will also feature an exhibition race between agencies for the privilege of earning the Law Enforcement Challenge Cup.

Saturday, May 21 at Cocopah Speedway opens at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 for adults, Senior/Military are $18, and Kids 12 and Under are free. Pit Passes are $35. Lineup of classes includes Mini Dwarf Sportsman, Mini Dwarf Masters, IMCA Hobby Stock, IMCA Sport Compact, Pure Stocks, and Junior Sprints.

Cocopah Speedway is located at County 15th & US 95 in Somerton, Ariz. For more information, log onto http://www.cocopahspeedway.com or call (602) 292-7607.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

 

ASCS Mid-South Back At I-30 Speedway This Saturday

Bryan Hulbert – LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (May 17, 2022) Back at “Hammer Hill” on Saturday, May 21, the ASCS Mid-South Region headlines the night’s racing action in the tour’s fourth show of the 2022 season.

Night three of a scheduled eight at the Arkansas’ quarter-mile, the first stop on March 25 and 26 included the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, with wins going to Derek Hagar and Aaron Reutzel. Weekly racing with the KNP Painting Sprint Cars on April 23, the No. 9jr was back in Victory Lane and has since added a second ASCS Mid-South Region win to his season at Greenville Speedway on Saturday, May 7.

Positioned atop the 2022 driver standings going into the weekend, Hagar holds a 91-point advantage over Tim Crawley. Heading to Tri-City Speedway with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series this weekend, that opens the door for Cody Gardner to advance in the standings, along with Dustin Gates and Bradyn Baker who are currently tied with 292 points each.

Saturday, May 21, opens at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 7:30 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $15, with Kids 12 and under admitted free into the Grandstands compliments of KNP Painting. Other classes on the card include C8 Motorsports Young Guns', Bumper to Bumper IMCA Mod-Lites, Bennings Heat & Air IMCA Modifieds, and Cadillac Chassis IMCA Stock Cars.

I-30 Speedway is located on the I-30 Frontage Road, eastbound at Exit 126. More information on the Speedway is at https://www.i-30speedway.com or by calling (501) 455-4567.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

Tire supply concerns force Utah postponement for ASCS Frontier
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

It was something we did not want to do, but the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region sprint car series was forced to postpone this weekend's season opening Utah Sprint Car Clash at Desert Thunder Raceway in Price, Utah.

The difficult decision was not made lightly. An effort will be made to reschedule the event for later this season. The staff at Desert Thunder Raceway were wonderful hosts when the series visited last year and ASCS Frontier Region / Stagg Motor Sports personnel were looking forward to returning.

The tire supply issue affecting all of racing and the automotive industry came to a head for the regional sprint car series set to open things up on May 20th and 21st. Things were looking fine about a month ago as tires were expected to be available. However, concern grew in the following weeks regarding the supply problem and delivery timeline. During that time, series coordinator Josh Stagg reached out to suppliers and vendors everywhere from Texas to Washington to Canada. No one had anything available.

This weekend's events had teams from Montana, Alberta, Idaho, Colorado, Wyoming and Arizona interested in making the long haul. We were conscious to the likelihood that some teams, if not more, would need tires available at the track. Also considering the cost of fuel these days, it was decided that it would be unfair to have everyone make the - for most teams - fairly long tow to Utah and potentially not be able to race due to lack of tires to race with. Again, it was a tough decision we did not want to make.

The initial postponement announcement was made by ASCS National on Sunday. Josh Stagg and Frontier Region publicist and announcer Andrew Kunas spoke again on Monday regarding the tire situation. We understand that there is a production run happening and that we have our portion coming to us. We anticipate having those tires available at our events in Great Falls, Montana on Memorial weekend. For teams who will be competing that weekend and will be needing tires at the track, we ask that they keep their orders to just what they need as we try to make sure tires are available to all who need them that weekend and likely two weeks later at our events at Gallatin Speedway and Big Sky Speedway. We thank everyone for their cooperation in that matter.

Again, we feel bad for the staff and fans at Desert Thunder Raceway. It was obvious to us during our visit last year that the fans were eating up everything they saw. Both of our main events that weekend were perhaps the biggest show they'd ever seen at their track, based on the reaction they gave. We were looking forward to doing that again this weekend. Again, we will try to find a weekend that works for all parties involved and get the Utah Sprint Car Clash rescheduled. Utah generally isn't the first state that comes to mind in any conversation regarding sprint car racing, and we are wanting to help grow sprint car racing in that state.

The Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series is now scheduled to open its 2022 season with the Montana Spring Round-Up at Electric City Speedway in Great Falls, Montana on Friday and Saturday, May 27th and 28th.

More information on the ASCS Frontier Region can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

May 27th & 28th
Montana Spring Round-Up
Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT

June 10th
Sprint Clash at Belgrade
Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT

June 11th
Montana Spring Shootout
Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

 

 

Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series Rolling Into Tri-City Speedway This Weekend

Bryan Hulbert - GRANITE CITY, Ill. (May 16, 2022) Back to two nights in 2022, the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network will head to Tri-City Speedway In Granite City, Ill. on Friday, May 20, and, Saturday, May 21 along with the ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps on the three-eights-mile, while the Lucas Oil National Open Wheel 600 Series presented by Hi-Plains Building Division takes on the eighth-mile oval.

Two previous visits in 2010 and 2021, wins with the National Tour belong to Jerrod Hull and Scott Bogucki. Overall, the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network has taken on three tracks in Illinois since 1996, with other events at Jacksonville Speedway (July 23, 1996 – Garry Lee Maier) and Peoria Speedway (July 24, 1996, and August 29, 1997 – Terry Gray).

The first time the Lucas Oil National Open Wheel 600 Series presented by Hi-Plains Building Division has traveled to the historic Illinois oval; the small car showdown will include A-Class, Restricted, and Non-Wing as well as HART Outlaw Non-Wing Micros.

Wayne Johnson leads the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network into the weekend by 36 points over defending series champion Blake Hahn. Third currently finds Seth Bergman, who picked up a win over the weekend at Lucas Oil Speedway. Jason Martin sits fourth with Dylan Westbrook in fifth. Ryan Timms, Garet Williamson, Tim Crawley, Landon Britt, and Brandon Anderson complete the top ten in tour standings.

Friday, May 20, and Saturday, May 21 at Tri-City Speedway opens at 3:00 P.M. with racing at 7:15 P.M. (CDT). The draw for ASCS teams is from 5:00 P.M. to 5:30 P.M., with the Driver’s Meeting at 5:45 P.M. Admission per night is $25 for adults with kids 12 and under admitted into the Grandstands for free. Pits are $35. If racing multiple divisions, a Pit Pass must be purchased for each division. Information on the track can be found by calling (636) 931-7836 or online at https://www.tricityspeedway.net.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Quick Notes:

Who: Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series Where: Tri-City Speedway (Granite City, Ill. When: Friday, May 20 and Saturday, May 21

Times and Other Info: Tri-City Speedway (Per Day)

Pits: Noon Gates: 5:30 P.M. Draw: 5:00 P.M. – 5:30 P.M. Driver’s Meeting: 5:45 P.M. Hot Laps; 6:30 P.M. Racing: 7:15 P.M. Muffler: Open RACEceiver: 454.000

Prices: (Per Day)

Pit Pass: $35 Grandstand Admission: $25 Kids 12 & Under: Free

Track Contact: Tri-City Speedway

Address: 5100 Nameoki Rd, Granite City, IL 62040 Phone: (618) 931-7836 Website: https://www.tricityspeedway.net Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TriCitySpeedway Twitter: https://twitter.com/TriCity11

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs] Instagram: LucasOilASCS Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 1 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Derek Hagar – 1 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Wayne Johnson 527; 2. Blake Hahn 491; 3. Seth Bergman 478; 4. Jason Martin 448; 5. Dylan Westbrook 444; 6. Ryan Timms 441; 7. Garet Williamson 436; 8. Tim Crawley 416; 9. Landon Britt 394; 10. Brandon Anderson 384;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)** 2 - Chase Porter (St. Joseph, MO) (R) 2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)** 2d-Dylan Opdahl (Madison, SD) (R) 10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R) 10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R) 17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD) 23 - Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA) 24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO) 36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R) 45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R) 47x - Dylan Westbrook (Scotland, ONT. Can) 52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)** 55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R) 95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK) 187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R) (R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie ** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

Sponsors:

The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

All Champions of the American Sprint Car Series, from National to Regional Tours, will receive a new Superior Steering Wheel (https://superiorsteeringwheel.com).

 

 

Bergman Masters Traffic For ASCS Sooner/Warrior Score At Lucas Oil Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – WHEATLAND, Mo. (May 14, 2022) Adding his name to the list of winners on Saturday night, Washington’s Seth Bergman became the eighth different driver since 2012 to top the Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps Open Wheel Showdown at Lucas Oil Speedway.

A co-sanctioned affair between the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products and ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps, the win is Seth’s sixth with the Warrior Region, and 14th in Sooner competition.

Taking off from the pole after the initial start was called back, Seth took the lead immediately. In traffic in a matter of laps, the No. 23 was masterful. Held up only a few times, it was enough to allow Blake Hahn to close in each occurrence. Able to up his pace just in time through the holdups, Seth made it to the line with 1.743-seconds to spare.

A hair-raising save through the final turns after getting over the cushion, Blake Hahn held on for second, while Miles Paulus crossed third for his second podium finish of the weekend. Matt Covington was fourth with Sean McClelland rolling from 14th to fifth.

Picking through the field from 11th, Brandon Anderson made it to sixth with Garet Williamson seventh. Joe B. Miller eighth was followed by Jeffrey Newell and Landon Britt to complete the top ten.

Special thanks go to Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps for their continued commitment to not only Lucas Oil Speedway, and ASCS, but to the drivers. Just before the Driver’s Meeting, $150 was added to each Heat Race, awarding $50 to the podium in each.

The ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps travels next to Tri-City Speedway in Granite City, Ill. for a showdown with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series National Tour on Fridays, May 20, and Saturday, May 21.

The American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products races again on Sunday, May 29 at Thunderbird Speedway in Muskogee, Okla.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS Warrior vs ASCS Sooner
Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, Mo.)
11th annual Impact Signs Open Wheel Showdown
Saturday, May 14, 2022

Car Count: 32

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 10-Landon Britt[1]; 2. 21-Gunner Ramey[4]; 3. 87-Sean McClelland[3]; 4. 11-Austin O'Neal[5]; 5. 4-Evan Martin[2]; 6. 9C-Tony Crank[6]; 7. 9$-Kyle Clark[7]; 8. 10P-Dylan Postier[8]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[2]; 2. 24-Garet Williamson[1]; 3. 51B-Joe B Miller[6]; 4. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[4]; 5. 8-Alex Sewell[3]; 6. 14E-Kyle Bellm[8]; 7. 86-Timothy Smith[7]; 8. 22M-Rees Moran[5]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[3]; 2. 2-Chase Porter[1]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson[4]; 4. 12-Jeffrey Newell[7]; 5. 5D-Zach Daum[5]; 6. 26M-Fred Mattox[6]; 7. 40S-Shain Kaiser[8]; 8. 9M-Jarman Dalitz[2]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 98P-Miles Paulus[2]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[5]; 3. 77-Jack Wagner[4]; 4. 50Z-Zach Chappell[6]; 5. 97-Scotty Milan[7]; 6. 73-Samuel Wagner[1]; 7. 0-Jake Griffin[3]; 8. 91-Justin Fine[8]

B-Main (12 Laps): 1. 14E-Kyle Bellm[4]; 2. 5D-Zach Daum[5]; 3. 11-Austin O'Neal[1]; 4. 8-Alex Sewell[6]; 5. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[3]; 6. 4-Evan Martin[7]; 7. 26M-Fred Mattox[9]; 8. 40S-Shain Kaiser[10]; 9. 22M-Rees Moran[17]; 10. 0-Jake Griffin[14]; 11. 9C-Tony Crank[8]; 12. 9M-Jarman Dalitz[18]; 13. 91-Justin Fine[16]; 14. 97-Scotty Milan[2]; 15. 86-Timothy Smith[12]; 16. 9$-Kyle Clark[11]; 17. 73-Samuel Wagner[13]; 18. 10P-Dylan Postier[15]

Impact Signs, Awnings and Wraps A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[3]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 3. 98P-Miles Paulus[1]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 5. 87-Sean McClelland[14]; 6. 55B-Brandon Anderson[11]; 7. 24-Garet Williamson[9]; 8. 51B-Joe B Miller[6]; 9. 12-Jeffrey Newell[8]; 10. 10-Landon Britt[5]; 11. 21-Gunner Ramey[7]; 12. 14E-Kyle Bellm[15]; 13. 5D-Zach Daum[16]; 14. 8-Alex Sewell[18]; 15. 50Z-Zach Chappell[13]; 16. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[19]; 17. 4-Evan Martin[20]; 18. 11-Austin O'Neal[17]; 19. 2-Chase Porter[10]; 20. 77-Jack Wagner[12]

 

 

Jeremy Campbell On Top At Monett Motor Speedway In ASCS Sooner/Warrior Showdown

Bryan Hulbert – MONETT, Mo. (May 13, 2022) Earning his first win of the 2022 season on Friday night, Wichita’s Jeremy Campbell parked his No. 10c on the front stretch at Monett Motor Speedway with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products and ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps.

The second year in a row the Kansas racer has topped action at the three-eighths-mile oval, Campbell chased Matt Covington the opening seven revolutions until the No. 95 suffered a flat right rear tire that ended his night.

Putting Campbell to the point, the race ended up coming to an end with a green, white, checkered dash on Lap 14 after several teams suffered cut tires. Challenged by Miles Paulus through the final two laps, Campbell fended off the No. 98p.

Paulus in second was followed by Kyle Bellm for the evening’s podium. Brandon Anderson and Dylan Postier completed the top five. Fred Mattox, Jeffery Newell, Tony Crank, Rees Moran, and Shain Kaiser rounded out the top ten.

Both ASCS Regional Tours are back in action Saturday, May 14 at Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Mo for the 11th annual Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps Open Wheel Showdown.

Tickets are $25 for Adults, $22 for Seniors (62+), $10 for Youth (6-15), and free for Kids five and under. Family Pass is $60. Pits are $40. Other featured classes include the POWRi Lucas Oil Wingless Auto Racing League and the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League.

All gates open at 4:00 P.M. with Hot Laps at 6:00 P.M. and Racing at 7:05 P.M. (CDT). Lucas Oil Speedway is located at 18842 Speedway Dr. in Wheatland, Mo. For more information on the track, including on site camping, log onto http://www.lucasoilspeedway.com or call (417) 282-5984.

ASCS Sooner and Warrior events are streamed live on http://www.racindirt.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS Sooner and Warrior Region Monett Motor Speedway (Monett, Mo.) Friday, May 13, 2022

Car Count: 19

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[1]; 2. 2-Chase Porter[2]; 3. 22M-Rees Moran[4]; 4. 14E-Kyle Bellm[3]; 5. 26M-Fred Mattox[6]; 6. 12-Jeffrey Newell[5]; 7. 42P-Preston Perlmutter[7]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 50Z-Zach Chappell[1]; 2. 55B-Brandon Anderson[3]; 3. 21-Gunner Ramey[6]; 4. 87-Sean McClelland[5]; 5. 10P-Dylan Postier[4]; 6. 9C-Tony Crank[2]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[2]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 3. 4-Evan Martin[3]; 4. 98P-Miles Paulus[5]; 5. 9M-Jarman Dalitz[1]; 6. 40S-Shain Kaiser[6]

American Bank of Oklahoma A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[3]; 2. 98P-Miles Paulus[9]; 3. 14E-Kyle Bellm[10]; 4. 55B-Brandon Anderson[5]; 5. 10P-Dylan Postier[12]; 6. 26M-Fred Mattox[11]; 7. 12-Jeffrey Newell[15]; 8. 9C-Tony Crank[16]; 9. 22M-Rees Moran[6]; 10. 40S-Shain Kaiser[14]; 11. 21-Gunner Ramey[2]; 12. 2-Chase Porter[4]; 13. 4-Evan Martin[8]; 14. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 15. 50Z-Zach Chappell[7]; 16. 9M-Jarman Dalitz[13]; 17. 42P-Preston Perlmutter[17]; 18. 87-Sean McClelland[19]; 19. 23-Seth Bergman[18]

 

 

ASCS Warrior and Sooner At Monett and Lucas Oil Speedway This Weekend

Bryan Hulbert – WHEATLAND, Mo. (May 9, 2022) Going for a weekend double in Missouri, the ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps will take on the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products at Monett Motor Speedway (Monett, Mo.) on Friday, May 13 and Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, Mo.) on Saturday, May 14. Both events are $2,000 to win and $300 to start.

Last on track at the Monett Motor Speedway on July 4, 2021, the night’s battle went to Jeremy Campbell, who led from start to finish.

Looking at Lucas Oil Speedway, Saturday is the 11th edition of the Impact Signs, Awnings & Wraps Open Wheel Showdown at the “Diamond of Dirt Tracks.” The 2021 edition saw a 27-car field topped by Oklahoma’s Ryan Timms. Hatched in 2012, Randy Martin took the inaugural win. Since then, there have been eighth events contested, with Brandon Hanks emerging as the only repeat winner in 2016 and 2019. Other winners include Randy Hibbs (2014), Jonathan Cornell (2015), Brad Loyet (2017), and Logan Seavey (2018). The 2013 event was lost to rain, while 2020 was canceled due to the pandemic.

Friday, May 13 at Monett Motor Speedway will open at 2:00 P.M. for teams to enter the Pits. Grandstands open at 6:00 P.M. with Hot Laps at 7:30 P.M. and Racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 for Adults, $10 for Senior, Veterans, and Youth (7-17), and free for Kids six and under. Pits are $40. The

Friday showdown also includes POWRi Pure Stocks, Midwest Modifieds, Super Stocks, and B-Mods. Monett Motor Speedway is located at 685 Chapell Dr. in Monett, Mo. For more information, log onto http://monettmotorspeedway.myracepass.com or call (417) 402-9079.

For Saturday, May 14, at Lucas Oil Speedway, tickets are $25 for Adults, $22 for Seniors (62+), $10 for Youth (6-15), and free for Kids five and under. Family Pass is $60. Pits are $40. Other featured classes include the POWRi Lucas Oil Wingless Auto Racing League and the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League.

All gates open at 4:00 P.M. with Hot Laps at 6:00 P.M. and Racing at 7:05 P.M. (CDT). Lucas Oil Speedway is located at 18842 Speedway Dr. in Wheatland, Mo. For more information on the track, including on site camping, log onto http://www.lucasoilspeedway.com or call (417) 282-5984.

ASCS Sooner and Warrior events are streamed live on http://www.racindirt.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).


 

 

Continuing Tire Shortage Cancels Lucas Oil ASCS Stop At Black Hills Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – RAPID CITY, S.D. (May 8, 2022) Sadly, the tire situation is not getting any better, and because of the continuing shortage, officials at Black Hills Speedway and the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series have made the call to cancel the National Tour event slated for Friday, May 13 and Saturday, May 14 at the South Dakota oval.

The weekend will still feature local Sprint Cars with the Northern Plains Region on Friday, May 13 at $1,200 to win, plus $200 tow money to travelers who do decide to race.

"When we were told Hoosier couldn't get tires to Black Hills, we started trying to find some to take with us to at least have something, but there just isn’t any. Without the ability to fulfill a full order, the distributors can't part with that much inventory at one time with what's going on," stated ASCS Owner, Terry Mattox.

"The track still wants to run something, so they are going to have the Northern Plains Region back on Friday. The local series carries a smaller car count, so they can get by, but expecting 25-30 cars for a National Tour show, it becomes impossible. Understand, we are not hating on Hoosier. Before everything that's gone on, we never had an issue. Like all of us, they are in a situation that is beyond their control because of the fallout of what's happened, and it’s not just Hoosier that is going through it."

The next event for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series is Friday, May 20, and Saturday, May 21, at Tri-City Speedway in Granite City, Ill.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

Derek Hagar Tops ASCS Mid-South At Greenville Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – GREENVILLE, Miss. (May 7, 2022) Collecting Saturday’s $2,000 prize at Greenville Speedway, Derek Hagar captured his 14th career victory with the ASCS Mid-South Region.

Chasing Tim Crawley, the No. 1x looked to have the win in hand until contact from a slower car ended Crawley’s night. Opening the door for Hagar, the No. 9jr took full advantage. Cody Gardner crossed second, while Bradyn Baker moved from eighth to third. Jordon Mallett and Dustin Gates made the top five.

Zach Pringle was sixth, followed by Blake Jenkins from 13th. Chase Howard from 12th made it to eighth, followed by Jake Knight and Josh McCord to round out the top ten. The ASCS Mid-South Region returns to action on Saturday, May 21, at I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Ark.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results

ASCS Mid-South Region Greenville Speedway (Greenville, Miss.) Saturday, May 7, 2022

Heat 1: 1. G6-Cody Gardner[1]; 2. 9JR-Derek Hagar[4]; 3. 91-Zach Pringel[6]; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett[5]; 5. 85-Josh McCord[3]; 6. 187-Landon Crawley[2]; 7. 13-Chase Howard[7]

Heat 2: 1. 1X-Tim Crawley[2]; 2. 6-Dustin Gates[1]; 3. 71-Bradyn Baker[5]; 4. 93-Jake Knight[3]; 5. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[4]; 6. (DNF) 99-Blake Jenkins[6]; 7. (DNS) 19-Jason Long

A Feature: 1. 9JR-Derek Hagar[3]; 2. G6-Cody Gardner[4]; 3. 71-Bradyn Baker[8]; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett[5]; 5. 6-Dustin Gates[7]; 6. 91-Zach Pringel[2]; 7. 99-Blake Jenkins[13]; 8. 13-Chase Howard[12]; 9. 93-Jake Knight[6]; 10. 85-Josh McCord[10]; 11. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[9]; 12. (DNF) 1X-Tim Crawley[1]; 13. (DNF) 187-Landon Crawley[11]; 14. (DNS) 19-Jason Long

 

 

Jason Howell Battles To Rocket Raceway Park Win With ASCS Elite Non-Wing

Bryan Hulbert – PETTY, Texas (May 7, 2022) Only a few weeks removed from his second career victory with the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating, Jason Howell made it three wins Saturday night with a trip to Victory Lane at Rocket Raceway Park.

Worth $3,000 to the Ft. Worth, Texas shoe, Howell was one of three different leaders. Chasing Paul White the first two revolutions, the No. 44 took over the point on Lap 3. To second on Lap 7 as Steven Shebester took command, the Oklahoma driver’s night ended on Lap 11.

Putting Howell back to the point, the remainder of the A-Feature went his way, with a 0.835-second advantage at the finish.

Paul White was the first driver chasing to the checkered flag, while Justin Zimmerman made it to third. Mason Smith fourth was followed by Dalton Stevens to complete the top five. Chase Parson, Jeremy Jonas, Michelle Parson, Stephen Smith, and Jimmy Gardner made up the top ten.

The next event on the calendar for the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating is Saturday, May 14, at Big O Speedway in Ennis, Texas.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results

ASCS Elite Non-Wing
Rocket Raceway Park (Petty, Texas)
Saturday, May 7, 2022

Car Count: 23

Jacksonville Tool Die Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. #1-Justin Zimmerman[6]; 2. 118-Scott Evans[1]; 3. 99X-Dalton Stevens[2]; 4. 5J-Jeremy Jonas[3]; 5. 91-Michael Day[5]; 6. 52-JD Fry[7]; 7. 33C-Casey Carter[4]; 8. 83-Bryce Koone[8]

Texas Aeroplastics Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 44-Jason Howell[4]; 2. 48-Caden McCreary[6]; 3. 23X-Steven Shebester[7]; 4. 21K-Kobe Simpson[2]; 5. 21-Michelle Parson[5]; 6. AK47-Knick Stewart[1]; 7. 33-Mike Merrell[3]; 8. 43-Brennon Marshall[8]

M1 Fabrications Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 31-Mason Smith[1]; 2. 3S-Stephen Smith[2]; 3. 57-Chase Parson[3]; 4. 1-Paul White[7]; 5. 48X-Neal Matuska[4]; 6. 51-Jimmy Gardner[6]; 7. 63-Chris Williams[5]

Top Choice Masonry A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 44-Jason Howell[1]; 2. 1-Paul White[2]; 3. #1-Justin Zimmerman[5]; 4. 31-Mason Smith[4]; 5. 99X-Dalton Stevens[9]; 6. 57-Chase Parson[8]; 7. 5J-Jeremy Jonas[10]; 8. 21-Michelle Parson[13]; 9. 3S-Stephen Smith[7]; 10. 51-Jimmy Gardner[16]; 11. 91-Michael Day[12]; 12. 52-JD Fry[15]; 13. AK47-Knick Stewart[17]; 14. 48X-Neal Matuska[14]; 15. 43-Brennon Marshall[22]; 16. 33-Mike Merrell[20]; 17. 23X-Steven Shebester[3]; 18. 48-Caden McCreary[6]; 19. 63-Chris Williams[18]; 20. 21K-Kobe Simpson[11]; 21. (DNS) 33C-Casey Carter; 22. (DNS) 83-Bryce Koone; 23. (DNS) 118-Scott Evans

 

 

Ryan Timms Takes ASCS Northern Plains Victory At Black Hills Speedway
Bryan Hulbert

Bryan Hulbert – RAPID CITY, S.D. (May 6, 2022) Adding a 10th ASCS Regional victory to his name, Oklahoma’s Ryan Timms grabbed the ASCS Northern Plains win at Black Hills Speedway.

Bringing the Northern Plains Region back after going by the wayside after the 2009 season, Timms is the 27th different driver to win with the South Dakota-based series.

Taking off from 10th, Timms raced to the lead on Lap 12. Unchallenged to the end, Timms was trailed to the finish by Colorado’s Nick Haygood. Third went to Kyler Johnson, while Kelly Miller and Travis Reber completed the top five.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results

ASCS Northern Plains Region
Black Hills Speedway (Rapid City, S.D.)
Friday, May 6, 2022

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 2JR-Kelly Miller[3]; 2. 16G-Austyn Gossel[6]; 3. 3-Mike Pennel[2]; 4. 13-McKayla Worley[4]; 5. 4-Adam Speckman[5]; 6. (DNF) 21-DJ Brink[1]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 45X-Kyler Johnson[4]; 2. 1-Nick Haygood[1]; 3. 88-Travis Reber[5]; 4. 56X-Mark Chisholm[6]; 5. (DNF) 6G-Bryan Gossel[3]; 6. (DNF) 5T-Ryan Timms[2]

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 5T-Ryan Timms[10]; 2. 1-Nick Haygood[1]; 3. 45X-Kyler Johnson[4]; 4. 2JR-Kelly Miller[3]; 5. 88-Travis Reber[6]; 6. 6G-Bryan Gossel[11]; 7. 56X-Mark Chisholm[8]; 8. (DNF) 13-McKayla Worley[7]; 9. (DNF) 16G-Austyn Gossel[2]; 10. (DNF) 4-Adam Speckman[9]; 11. (DNS) 21-DJ Brink; 12. (DNS) 3-Mike Pennel

 

 

Ian Myers to run several ASCS Frontier events, get taste of 360 action

GREAT FALLS, Mont. - One of the most important things in racing is getting new drivers going up through the ranks to secure the future of the sport. It's no different in Montana sprint car racing, and a glimpse of the future may be coming in the form of Great Falls driver Ian Myers, who plans to run several ASCS Frontier Region events in 2022.

The soon to be 16-year-old only recently moved into sprint car racing, driving a limited sprint car put together by his family a handful of times at his home track, Electric City Speedway. He then got a taste of 360 action when he traveled south on Labor Day weekend last season, joining the ASCS Frontier Region tour for events in Wyoming and Utah. His best finish aboard his family's No. 24 was a 12th place effort at Desert Thunder Raceway.

Though they expect not to run the entire season, the plan is for Myers to run as many events as possible with the ASCS Frontier Region, which races primarily in Myers' home state of Montana. Seven events are scheduled at Electric City Speedway in Great Falls, where Myers already has some experience in the limited.

Myers started racing quarter midgets at just five years of age, racing those for several years before getting into cage kart racing, competing at Big Sky Kartway outside Missoula before that venue shut down. It was around that time that they struck up a friendship with former Montana sprint car champion Trever Kirkland, and Ian's father Jeramy and his business Flawless Auto Body began sponsoring Kirkland's sprint car team and, while they were at it, learned what they could about sprint car racing. The family eventually found a limited sprint car up in Canada and got their hands on it, allowing Ian to compete in a few Rocky Mountain Sprints events at Electric City.

Expecting to race in the 360 far more often, it will be a new experience for Myers in 2022.

"I am really looking forward to be racing with experienced drivers and getting the feel of what my sprint car has. I am hoping to get better every race this season," Myers said.

Myers' No. 24 car is a Triple X with a Kennedy motor under the hood. Sponsoring the team are the Pit Stop Tavern, Flawless Auto Body, Loenbros, 3-way Autobody, Owen Robinson, Pacers Sign & Design, Dave Freeman’s Racers Parts Supply, Axalta Racing, and Randy Wenzek.

The Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series kicks off its 2022 season with the Utah Sprint Car Clash on May 20th and 21st at Desert Thunder Raceway in Price, Utah before heading to Electric City Speedway for the Montana Spring Round-Up on May 27th and 28th. More information on the ASCS Frontier Region can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

May 20th & 21st Utah Sprint Car Clash Desert Thunder Raceway - Price, UT

May 27th & 28th Montana Spring Round-Up Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT

 

 

ASCS CAS Non-Wing Sprints Back At Central Arizona Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (May 4, 2022) Rolling into the sixth round of competition at Central Arizona Speedway, the ASCS CAS Non-Wing Sprints hit the high-banked clay on Saturday, May 7.

The R.J. Johnson show during the first five events, the driver of the No. 51 has amassed a 115-point advantage over Jonas Reynolds, who is the only other driver to make each event so far this season. Logan Calderwood with four appearances holds third, followed by James Webster and Wayne Siddle to complete the top five in driver standings.

Sixteen overall A-Features contested since 2021, the only two drivers to ever win remains R.J. Johnson and Charles Davis, Jr.

Saturday, May 7 features Pure Stocks, Bombers, and Power 600 Series Micros in addition to the ASCS CAS Non-Wing Sprint Cars.

Tickets are $20 for adults and free for kids 11 and under. Pits are $35, with Kids six and under free. Grandstands open at 4:00 P.M. Pits open at 3:00 P.M. (MT). Cars hit the track at 6:00 P.M. (MT). Central Arizona Speedway is located at 512 Eleven Mile Corner in Casa Grande, Ariz. For more information and directions, call (520) 709-0718 or log onto http://www.centralarizonaspeedway.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

ASCS Elite Non-Wing Ready For Rocket Raceway Return

Bryan Hulbert – PETTY, Texas (May 3, 2022) Returning to Petty, Texas for the first time since 2019, the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating will top the bill this Saturday, May 7 with a $3,000 to win showdown at Rocket Raceway Park.

Called 82-Speedway in the tour’s last trip, the night’s win went to Justin Zimmerman after chasing Gary Floyd the first half of the A-Feature. The track was purchased and renamed Rocket Raceway Park at the end of 2021 by Kevin Sustaire and Kevin Rogers.

Just off a two-night swing through south Texas last weekend, Waco’s Paul White has moved to the top of the points by 30 over Justin Zimmerman.

Discovering a failed engine after winning Friday’s Texana showdown, Zimmerman was forced to sit out Saturday’s trip to South Texas Race Ranch. Still very much in the fight, the absence has also brought series rookie, Kobe Simpson, into the mix as he trails Justin by 64 points, and White by 94. Caden McCreary holds fourth with Mason Smith in fifth.

Round 7 of the 2022 season, Saturday, May 7, will see the Pits open at 4:00 P.M., followed by the Grandstands at 5:00 P.M. Hot Laps at 6:30 P.M. will be followed by Racing at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 for Adults, $17 for Senior and Military, $8 for Youth (6-12), and free for Kids five and under.

Along with the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating, the lineup of classes includes USRA Stock Cars, Limited Modifieds, Eco Modifieds, Factory Stocks, Junior Limited Modifieds, and Trooper Cruisers.

Rocket Raceway Park is located at 16369 US Hwy 82 in Petty, Texas. Information on the track is online at http://rocketracewaypark.com, or by calling (903) 413-8003. You can also follow the track at https://www.facebook.com/RocketRacewayPark.

Fans not able to attend can see the races live on http://www.raceontexas.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

ASCS Northern Plains Kicking Off 2022 Season At Black Hills Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – RAPID CITY, S.D. (May 3, 2022) The ASCS Northern Plains Region debut event takes place this Friday, May 6, at Black Hills Speedway in Rapid City S.D.

A warmup show for several teams before the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series National Tour rolls in next week; the ASCS Northern Plains Region will situate primarily at the half-mile oval, as well as five events in Wyoming.

Opening weekend for the Black Hills Speedway 2022 season, Friday, May 6, is presented by Blake’s Trailer Sales. Divisions on the card include the ASCS Northern Plains Region, IMCA Hobby Stocks, IMCA Modifieds, WISSOTA Mod-4s, WISSOTA Street Stocks, and WISSOTA Midwest Modifieds.

Friday, May 6, opens at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 7:00 P.M. (MDT). Tickets are $15 for Adults, $12 for Seniors and Veterans, $6 for Kids 12 and younger over four-feet tall, and free for Kids under four-feet tall.

Pits are in the infield. The access gate will close at 6:30 P.M.

Black Hills Speedway is located at 2467 Jolly Lane in Rapid City, S.D. Information on the track can be found at http://www.blackhillsspeedwaybhs.com or by calling (307) 660-8866.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

Greenville Speedway Next For ASCS Mid-South Region This Saturday
 

Bryan Hulbert – GREENVILLE, Miss. (May 3, 2022) The ASCS Mid-South Region is set to come back to life this Saturday, May 7 with the tour heading across state lines to the Greenville Speedway in Greenville, Miss.

The tour’s lone stop to the quarter-mile in 2022, the tour’s first scheduled appearance was put on hold in 2020, making this weekend the ASCS Mid-South’s first appearance at the Mississippi oval.

Saturday, May 7, Pits open at 3:00 P.M. with Grandstands open at 5:00 P.M. Cars are scheduled to Hot Lap at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 for Adults, $10 for Youth (6-12), and free for Kids five and under. Crate Late Models, Steet Stocks, Factory Stocks, Hot Shots, and Outlaw Hobby stocks will join the ASCS Mid-South Region on Saturday night.

Greenville Speedway is located at 1040 S Raceway Rd. in Greenville, Miss. Information on the track is online at https://greenvillespeedway.net, at (662) 820-0654, and on Social Media at https://www.facebook.com/greenvillespeedway.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

2023 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl
Practice Shifted To Sunday

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (May 2, 2022) A change in daily events that have been widely requested will happen for the 2023 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire. Practice will now take place on Sunday rather than Monday morning.

“Moving Practice was something we had been looking at but had to make sure logistically that it was going to work,” explained Chili Bowl Director of Operations Matt Ward.

“With the size of the event, and everything that goes on, a small change can have a major impact, and in this case, parking was the real concern, but we’ve been able to get everyone in on Saturday, so after that, it was just making sure the track crew was good with the change.”

With the change, this will also put Practice back to two sessions, running from bottom to top on the practice order, then top to bottom.

The bulk of the teams will begin filling the SageNet Center on Saturday, January 7, 2023, starting at 9:00 A.M. (CT). Pit Passes will also be sold Saturday starting at Noon. As the Chili Bowl crew has done the past few years, the very front of the Pits will be filled on Friday night. Teams needed then will be notified in advance.

The SageNet Center will open Sunday, January 8, 2023, at 7:00 A.M., with Practice getting underway at 9:00 A.M. (CT). The shift to Sunday practice will also shift Monday’s start times in line with the rest of the weekday qualifying nights, with Hot Laps at 4:00 P.M. and Racing at 5:00 P.M. (CT).

The tentative breakdown of times per day is as follows:

Saturday, January 7, 2023

Move-In……..…..…..………..……....……..….9:00 am - 8:00 pm
Building/Pit Pass Booth Open...……......………………12:00 pm

Sunday, January 8, 2023

Building/Pit Pass Booth Open...……......………………7:00 am
Building Secured........................................................7:00 am
Practice………………………………….…...…...….….. 9:00 am
Multi-Day Pit Pass $405~ Single day $30

Monday, January 9, 2023

Building/Pit Pass Booth Open...……......………………9:00 am
Building Secured........................................................1:00 pm
Draw For Lineups.......................................................2:00 pm
Driver's Meeting.........................................................3:00 pm
Hot Laps…………………….……..…….….………..…..4:00 pm
Races………………………..………….….….…...….... 5:00 pm
Multi-Day Pit Pass $375~ Single day $60

Tuesday, January 10, 2023

Building Opens...........................................................9:00 am
Pit Pass Booth Open………......……..............…….…11:00 am
Building Secured........................................................1:00 pm
Draw For Lineups.......................................................2:00 pm
Driver's Meeting.........................................................3:00 pm
Hot Laps…………………….……..…….….………..…..4:00 pm
Races………………………..………….….….…...….... 5:00 pm
Multi-Day Pit Pass $315 ~ Single day $60

Wednesday, January 11, 2023

Building Opens..........................................................9:00 am
Pit Pass Booth Open..…….....................……………11:00 am
Building Secured........................................................1:00 pm
Draw For Lineups.......................................................2:00 pm
Driver's Meeting.........................................................3:00 pm
Hot Laps…………………….……..…….….………..…..4:00 pm
Races………………………..………….….….…...….... 5:00 pm
Multi-Day Pit Pass $255 ~ Single day $60

Thursday, January 12, 2023

Building Opens.........................................................9:00 am
Pit Pass Booth Open..……......……………..............11:00 am
Building Secured........................................................1:00 pm
Draw For Lineups.......................................................2:00 pm
Driver's Meeting.........................................................3:00 pm
Hot Laps…………………….……..…….….………..…..4:00 pm
Races………………………..………….….….…...….... 5:00 pm
Multi-Day Pit Pass $195 ~ Single day $60

Friday, January 13, 2023

Building Secured/Pit Pass Booth Open..……......…….9:00 am
Draw For Lineups.......................................................2:00 pm
Driver's Meeting.........................................................3:00 pm
Hot Laps…………………….……..…….….………..…..4:00 pm
Races………………………..………….….….…...….... 5:00 pm
Multi-Day Pit Pass $135 ~ Single day $60

Saturday, January 14, 2023

Building Secured/Trade Show ……….………….…... 8:00 am
Pit Pass Booth/Pit Gate ….….…...….…..……………. 8:00 am
Racer's For Christ Service..........................................8:15 am
Feature Hot Laps..……….……………….……….……9:00 am
Opening Ceremonies.................................................6:00 pm
Pit Pass $75
All times are subject to change

For continued updates on the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, fans can follow along on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram with @CBNationals. All official press, updates, and results on the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire can be found online at http://www.chilibowl.com.

Quick Notes:

What: 37th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire
When: January 9-14, 2023
Where: SageNet Center – Tulsa Expo Raceway 4145 E 21st St, Tulsa, OK 74114

Contact:

Phone: (918) 838-3777
Fax: (918) 836-5517
Mail: 1140 S. 83rd East Ave. Tulsa, OK 74112
Orders are not taken via Social Media or Email

Chili Bowl Online:

Website: http://www.chilibowl.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/chilibowlnationals
Twitter: (@cbnationals)
Official Hashtag: #ChiliBowl2023
Instagram: cbnationals
Snap Chat: TheChiliBowl

Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals Champions:

Year - Driver (Owner)

2022 – Tanner Thorson (Andy Reinbold)
2021 - Kyle Larson (Kyle Larson Openwheel)
2020 - Kyle Larson (Kyle Larson Openwheel, LLC-Mike Larson)
2019 - Christopher Bell (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian)
2018 - Christopher Bell (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian)
2017 - Christopher Bell (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian)
2016 - Rico Abreu (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian)
2015 - Rico Abreu (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian)
2014 - Bryan Clauson (Joe Dooling/Rusty Kunz/Curb Records)
2013 - Kevin Swindell (Swindell Motorsports/Curb Records)
2012 - Kevin Swindell (Swindell Motorsports/Curb Records)
2011 - Kevin Swindell (Swindell Motorsports/Curb Records)
2010 - Kevin Swindell (Swindell Motorsports/Curb Records)
2009 - Sammy Swindell (Swindell Motorsports/Curb Records)
2008 - Damion Gardner (Jason Leffler)
2007 - Tony Stewart (Tony Stewart Motorsports)
2006 - Tim McCreadie (Steve Smith)
2005 - Tracy Hines (Wilke - Pak)
2004 - Cory Kruseman (Andy Bondio)
2003 - Dan Boorse (Dan Boorse)
2002 - Tony Stewart (Keith Kunz)
2001 - Jay Drake (Keith Kunz)
2000 - Cory Kruseman (Andy Bondio)
1999 - Dan Boorse (Dan Boorse)
1998 - Sammy Swindell (Pete Willoughby)
1997 - Billy Boat (John Lawson)
1996 - Sammy Swindell (Rusty Kunz / Jay McKinnie)
1995 - Donnie Beechler (Zarounian Motorsports)
1994 - Andy Hillenburg (Keith Kunz / Rusty Kunz)
1993 - Dave Blaney (Ralph Potter)
1992 - Sammy Swindell (Dave Ellis)
1991 - Lealand McSpadden (Andy Bondio)
1990 - John Heydenreich (Tony Finley)
1989 - Sammy Swindell (Jack Runyon)
1988 - Scott Hatton (Jerry Hatton)
1987 - Rich Vogler (Bob Lowe)

VIROC Champions: Justin Grant (2022), Christopher Bell (2021 and 2020), Tanner Thorson (2019 and 2016), Chad Boat (2018), Kyle Larson (2017 and 2014), Sammy Swindell (2015, 2012, 2011, 2009), Kevin Swindell (2013), Brad Loyet (2010)

Trade Show: A long-standing tradition at the Chili Bowl, the Trade Show, which is open to the public each day (Monday through Saturday), is free of charge. All variety of racing products, apparel, and more is available with well over 100 vendors. The Trade Show still has space available. Anyone looking to be a part of the Trade Show can contact the Chili Bowl office at 918-838-3777. The Trade Show covers approximately 20,000 square feet.

 

 

Justin Zimmerman Wins ASCS Elite Non-Wing At Texana

Bryan Hulbert – EDNA, Texas (April 29, 2022) Collecting his 15th career win with the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Power Coating, Justin Zimmerman was the class of the field at Texana Raceway on Friday night.

Taking second on the start, Zimmerman chased the No. 36 the opening four laps before taking the lead with a high line move off the second turn. Coming after the No. 1 a few laps later, Reed and Zimmerman made contact, but both were able to continue.

Fending off challenges through a handful of restarts, Zimmerman steadily pulled away through the closing laps to a margin of 2.952-seconds. Rolling to the green ninth, Dalton Stevens made the last-lap pass for the runner-up spot. Mason Smith was relegated to third, while Knick Stewart and Paul White completed the top five.

The ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Power Coating races again on Saturday, April 30 at South Texas Race Ranch. Gates open at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 7:00 P.M. (CDT).

Tickets are $20 for Adults, $15 for Senior and Military, and free for Kids 10 and under. The night’s card includes Limited Modifieds, Pure Stocks, Factory Stocks and E-Mods. The track is located at 6701 Old Brownsville Rd. in Corpus Christi, Texas. Information on the track is online at https://www.facebook.com/STRaceRanch or by calling (361) 548-0669.

Fans not able to attend can see the events live on http://www.raceontexas.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS Elite Non-Wing Texana Raceway (Edna, Texas) Friday, April 29, 2022

Car Count: 14

Jacksonville Tool Die Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. #1-Justin Zimmerman[7]; 2. 1-Paul White[5]; 3. AK47-Knick Stewart[4]; 4. 15-Colton Corbin[1]; 5. 91-Craig Oakes[3]; 6. 21K-Kobe Simpson[2]; 7. 33-Mike Merrell[6]

Texas Aeroplastics Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 31-Mason Smith[1]; 2. 36-Kevin Reed[2]; 3. 48-Caden McCreary[3]; 4. 48X-Neal Matuska[6]; 5. 99X-Dalton Stevens[4]; 6. 63-Chris Williams[5]; 7. 41-Trent Dixon[7]

Top Choice Masonry A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. #1-Justin Zimmerman[4]; 2. 99X-Dalton Stevens[9]; 3. 31-Mason Smith[1]; 4. AK47-Knick Stewart[3]; 5. 1-Paul White[5]; 6. 48X-Neal Matuska[6]; 7. 91-Craig Oakes[10]; 8. 21K-Kobe Simpson[12]; 9. 33-Mike Merrell[14]; 10. 63-Chris Williams[11]; 11. 36-Kevin Reed[2]; 12. 41-Trent Dixon[13]; 13. 15-Colton Corbin[8]; 14. 48-Caden McCreary[7]


 

Driever looks to build off rookie honors, chase ASCS Frontier title

Andrew Kunas

MERIDIAN, Idaho - Coming off a season of learning that still saw two wins and a Rookie of the Year award, young Tyler Driever and the Driever Racing No. 33t team have indicated their intentions to chase the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region title in 2022.

Driever, who is now 19 years old, was in his first full season in a 360 sprint car in 2021 and with the support of his parents, Clayne and Lea, decided to try out some unfamiliar grounds, traveling from Meridian, Idaho - just outside Boise - to race with the Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, visiting tracks in Montana, Wyoming and Utah.

There were some bumps along the way as he learned to race on some tracks that were different from what he often raced before in limited sprint cars in Oregon and Washington. However, on July 24th the young Driever broke through and picked up his first 360 sprint car main event win, taking the checkers at Big Sky Speedway outside Billings, Montana in a caution-free affair and doing so in convincing fashion. A second win came in a more competitive main event August 14th at Sweetwater Speedway in Rock Springs, Wyoming.

With those two wins, Driever actually led the ASCS Frontier Region point standings for a good chunk of the summer. A string of bad luck, including a rear axle snapping one night at Big Sky Speedway and a tire blowing out on the final lap another night at Desert Thunder Raceway, combined with eventual series champion Logan Forler catching fire in the closing weeks of the season, resulted in Driever eventually finishing second place in the finale points standings. However, it was more than good enough to earn the series Rookie of the Year award.

Along with the new tracks, Driever was also racing with a generally different field of drivers out in Big Sky Country while also learning to corral a more powerful 360. In all, even with the success it was still a major learning experience for Driever, one he believes will help and has him confident going into this coming season.

"I'm pretty pumped on the upcoming season," Driever said. "Just ready to improve. I always like racing different people. I felt like I did really well last season and I feel like I now have an even better shot at the championship."

Driever and the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region begin the season on May 20th and 21st with the Utah Sprint Car Clash at Price, Utah's Desert Thunder Raceway, where Driever had a tough go last Labor Day weekend. He will be looking to use the experience from that first visit last summer to help start this season off on a high note.

Tyler will again pilot the No 33t, the 33 being a nod to his grandfather Jack Driever who was a racer himself. The team is again running Maxim chassis with Shark Racing engines under the hood, with backing from sponsors including Larson Miller Medical Waste Disposal, Commercial Tire, Conrad Bischoff, Maxima Racing Oils, Allegiant Powder Coating, King Racing Products, Fokus Graphics & Designs, Famous Idaho Potatoes, K1 Race Gear, the OG Gramps and HRP wings. The team is also again supporting the Rayce Rudeen Foundation.

Prior to racing with the ASCS Frontier Region last season, Driever was the 2019 Rookie of the Year with the Oregon based Interstate Sprint Car Series, a limited sprint car series traveling mostly around the Beaver State. While racing the limited, he made scattered starts in 360's before going full-time in 2021. Before climbing in sprint cars, Driever was an accomplished cage kart racer. The team is fairly active on social media and supports their sponsors where they can, especially in their home state of Idaho.

The 2022 ASCS Frontier Region season consists of 22 scheduled events at five different tracks in Montana, Utah and Wyoming. The series, promoted by Stagg Motor Sports, kicks the season off May 20th and 21st with the Utah Sprint Car Clash at Desert Thunder Raceway in Price, Utah. More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the series, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

 

Rain Claims ASCS Regional Showdown At Lake Ozark Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – ELDON, Mo. (April 28, 2022) Already soft grounds, coupled with rain starting Thursday and continuing into Saturday, events with the ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps and American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products at Lake Ozark Speedway on Friday, April 29 and Saturday, April 30 have been called off.

With the Frost Breaker Nationals, a wash, the next event for the ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps is slated for Friday, May 13 at Monett Motor Speedway (Monett, Mo.) and Saturday, May 14 at Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, Mo.). Both nights are co-sanctioned with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region, presented by Smiley’s Racing Products.

ASCS Sooner and Warrior events are streamed live on http://www.racindirt.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

South Texas Double Header On Deck For ASCS Elite Non-Wing

Bryan Hulbert – EDNA, Texas (April 25, 2022) Taking the show on the road, so to speak, the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating will venture into south Texas to take on Texana Raceway Park (Edna, Texas) on Friday, April 29, and South Texas Race Ranch (Corpus Christi, Texas) on Saturday, April 30.

A pair of semi-banked short tracks, the last ASCS events at either venue were of the winged variety. Martin Edwards scored the win with the former ASCS Gulf South Region at Texana Raceway Park in 2019. Formerly South Texas Speedway, the tour last raced at the Corpus Christi oval in 2018. Caleb Martin grabbed the win.

The current point standings find Justin Zimmerman leading by 80 points going into this weekend. Paul White is the first one chasing, followed by Koby Simpson, Caden McCreary, and Mason Smith to make up the top five in driver standings.

Rounds five and six on the season, the opening four stops of 2022, have yielded just as many winners. Opening the season with the Wingless Short Track Nationals at I-30 Speedway, Justin Zimmerman and Cody Gardner split the weekend. Abilene Speedway at the start of April went to Dalton Stevens, while Jason Howell held on for victor this past Saturday in Kennedale, Texas.

Friday, April 29 at Texana Raceway Park is presented by O’Reilly Auto Parts. Gates open at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT).

Tickets are $20 for Adults, $15 for Senior and Military, and free for Kids 10 and under. Additional divisions include IMCA Modifieds, Limited Modifieds, Pure Stocks, Factory Stocks and E-Mods. Texana Raceway Park is located at 258 Co Rd 412 in Edna, Texas. For information on the track, call (361) 781-0411 or go online to https://www.facebook.com/texanaracewaypark.

Saturday, April 30 at South Texas Race Ranch opens at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 7:00 P.M. (CDT).

Tickets are $20 for Adults, $15 for Senior and Military, and free for Kids 10 and under. The night’s card includes Limited Modifieds, Pure Stocks, Factory Stocks and E-Mods. The track is located at 6701 Old Brownsville Rd. in Corpus Christi, Texas. Information on the track is online at https://www.facebook.com/STRaceRanch or by calling (361) 548-0669.

Fans not able to attend can see the events live on http://www.raceontexas.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

Lake Ozark Speedway Ready For ASCS Warrior And Sooner Return

Bryan Hulbert – ELDON, Mo. (April 25, 2022) A massive weekend of Sprint Car racing is next at Lake Ozark Speedway with the Frost Breaker Nationals on Friday, April 29, and Saturday, April 30.

The 2022 opener for the ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps, the tour will go head-to-head with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products.

Not the only Sprint Cars on the docket, both nights include Lucas Oil POWRi 410 Wing Outlaw Sprint League, Lucas Oil POWRi Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League, POWRi RaceSaver Sprint Cars. Saturday’s program will also include POWRi Midwest Lightning Sprints.

Lake Ozark Speedway is located at 50 Twiggy Lane in Eldon, Mo. Information on the track, including advance ticket sales, can be found at http://www.lakeozarkspeedway.net. On-site camping is available. Call (417) 399-5756 for details.

Friday, April 29, and Saturday, April 30 will let teams in starting at 1:00 P.M. Grandstands open at 5:00 P.M. with cars on track at 6:30 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 per day for adults, $17 for Military, $10 for Youth (7-13), and free for Kids six and under. Pit Passes are $40 per night.

ASCS Sooner and Warrior events are streamed live on http://www.racindirt.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

Kennedale Cash Goes To
Jason Howell With ASCS Elite Non-Wing

Bryan Hulbert – KENNEDALE, Texas (April 23, 2022) Getting back to Victory Lane with the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating, Ft. Worth’s Jason Howell captured Saturday’s $3,000 top prize at Kennedale Speedway Park.

The second time since 2019 that Howell has graced Victory Lane with ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating, the No. 44 chased early on as Steven Shebester led at the start. Moving to second on Lap 8, Howell paced the bottom of the quarter-mile oval in a battle with Mason Smith. Swapping the position around the next lap, Howell secured second on Lap 10 and quickly began running down Shebester, who was racing top shelf around Kennedale.

Shooting to the lead off the fourth turn on Lap 14, caution lights greeted the field a couple of laps later.

Setting up a four-lap dash to the finish, Howell and Shebester were nearly bumper to bumper, with Jason holding off a last corner attempt by Shebester that saw the No. 23x miss it by 0.150-seconds. Justin Zimmerman moved up three spots to finish third, with Mason Smith and Paul White making up the top five.

Michelle Parson was sixth, followed by John Ricketts from 12th. Justin Melton followed from 13th, with 14th starting Neal Matuska in pursuit. Bryan Debrick from 16th made up the top ten.

The ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating races again on Friday, April 29, at Texana Raceway in Edna, Texas, and Saturday, April 20, at South Texas Race Ranch in Corpus Christi.

Fans not able to attend can see the events live on http://www.raceontexas.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS Elite Non-Wing
Kennedale Speedway Park (Kennedale, Texas)
Saturday, April 23, 2022

Car Count: 32

Jacksonville Tool Die Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 23X-Steven Shebester[1]; 2. #1-Justin Zimmerman[7]; 3. 10-Bryan Debrick[2]; 4. 95-Rodney Henderson[3]; 5. 52-John Ricketts[8]; 6. 15-Colton Corbin[4]; 7. 5J-Jeremy Jonas[6]; 8. 3S-Stephen Smith[5]

Texas Aeroplastics Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 57-Chase Parson[3]; 2. 21-Michelle Parson[5]; 3. 31-Mason Smith[9]; 4. 71-Colby Estes[4]; 5. 11-Justin Melton[8]; 6. 41-Joshua Harner[2]; 7. 44C-Cody Price[7]; 8. 5-Lucas Boxwell[6]

M1 Fabrications Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 99X-Dalton Stevens[1]; 2. 20-Chad Wilson[3]; 3. 1-Paul White[5]; 4. 33C-Casey Carter[2]; 5. 48-Caden McCreary[7]; 6. 74E-Claude Estes[6]; 7. 1T-Kade Taylor[8]; 8. 43-Brennon Marshall[4]

Madhatter Motorsports Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 83-Jett Hays[1]; 2. 44-Jason Howell[5]; 3. 21K-Kobe Simpson[3]; 4. 02-Dillon Burks[7]; 5. 48X-Neal Matuska[8]; 6. AK47-Knick Stewart[2]; 7. X-Justin Bates[6]; 8. 83X-Bryce Koone[4]

BK Windows B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 48-Caden McCreary[1]; 2. 74E-Claude Estes[3]; 3. 95-Rodney Henderson[2]; 4. 15-Colton Corbin[4]; 5. AK47-Knick Stewart[5]; 6. 5J-Jeremy Jonas[6]; 7. 43-Brennon Marshall[8]; 8. 5-Lucas Boxwell[7]; 9. 33-Mike Merrell[9]

Moore Speed Industries B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 33C-Casey Carter[2]; 2. 3S-Stephen Smith[7]; 3. 80-Josh Hawkins[9]; 4. 1T-Kade Taylor[3]; 5. 71-Colby Estes[1]; 6. 44C-Cody Price[5]; 7. X-Justin Bates[6]; 8. 83X-Bryce Koone[8]; 9. 41-Joshua Harner[4]

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 44-Jason Howell[5]; 2. 23X-Steven Shebester[3]; 3. #1-Justin Zimmerman[6]; 4. 31-Mason Smith[1]; 5. 1-Paul White[10]; 6. 21-Michelle Parson[4]; 7. 52-John Ricketts[12]; 8. 11-Justin Melton[13]; 9. 48X-Neal Matuska[14]; 10. 10-Bryan Debrick[16]; 11. 21K-Kobe Simpson[15]; 12. 3S-Stephen Smith[20]; 13. 57-Chase Parson[2]; 14. 02-Dillon Burks[11]; 15. 74E-Claude Estes[19]; 16. 20-Chad Wilson[9]; 17. 48-Caden McCreary[17]; 18. 99X-Dalton Stevens[7]; 19. 83-Jett Hays[8]; 20. 33C-Casey Carter[18]

 

 

38th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout Dates And Tentative Times Released

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (April 21, 2022) Never too early to begin planning; the dates and tentative daily times have been released for the 38th annual Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout.

Happening December 27-31, 2022, teams will move in, draw, and purchase Pit Passes on Monday, December 26, 2022. Practice will take place on Tuesday, December 27, 2022, with the first rounds of Heats taking the green around 7:00 P.M. (CT). Racing will continue each day, starting at 9:00 A.M., with the race for the Golden Driller wrapping up on New Year’s Eve.

Featured classes at the 38th running of the “Mecca of Micros” include A-Class, Stock Non-Wing, Restricted, Outlaw, Non-Wing Outlaw, and Junior Sprints. Information regarding specific daily running orders will be established after entries open. Entry forms will be sent out late this year. Online entry will be available as well as entry by phone at (918) 838-3777.

Rules questions can be directed to Matt Ward, who is the director of competition for the Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout. Contact for Matt Ward includes Cell Phone at (918) 995-1650 or the office at (918) 838-3777.

Fans not able to attend the 38th annual Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout can see every lap of action on http://www.floracing.com.

The Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout takes place at the Tulsa Expo Raceway, located inside the SageNet Center in Tulsa, Okla. More information on the event will be released as the event draws closer. All official rules, event information, and dates are online at http://www.tulsashootout.com. Fans can also follow the Tulsa Shootout at https://www.facebook.com/TulsaShootout and on Twitter (@TulsaShootout).

Tentative Daily Times

Event: 38th annual Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout Where: SageNet Center – 4145 E 21st St, Tulsa, OK 74114 Event Dates: December 26, 2022 – December 31, 2022

All times and order of events are tentative and subject to change based on the number of entries. The number of races will be determined after check-in has closed.

Monday, December 26, 2022

7:00 AM........................................Early Parking 3:00 PM........................................Regular Parking 12:00PM - 8:00 PM........................Sign-In / Pit Passes

Tuesday, December 27, 2022: Practice/Racing

8:00 AM........................................Restrictor Tech 9:00 AM.......................................Practice Begins 7:00 PM……………………………………..Racing All TIMES MAY VARY DUE TO VEHICLE COUNT

Wednesday, December 28, 2022: Racing

7:00 AM........................................Building Open 9:00 AM.......................................Racing Pit Passes sold at the North and South entrances only. All TIMES MAY VARY DUE TO VEHICLE COUNT

Thursday, December 29, 2022: Racing

7:00 AM........................................Building Open 9:00 AM.......................................Racing Pit Passes sold at the North and South entrances only. All TIMES MAY VARY DUE TO VEHICLE COUNT

Friday, December 30, 2022: Racing

7:00 AM........................................Building Open 9:00 AM.......................................Racing Pit Passes sold at the North and South entrances only. All TIMES MAY VARY DUE TO VEHICLE COUNT

Saturday, December 31, 2022: Driller Day

8:00 AM........................................Building Opens 11:00 AM.......................................Racing 5:00 PM.........................................Opening Ceremonies All LCQ's & A Features Following Opening Ceremonies Pit Passes sold at the North and South entrances only. All TIMES MAY VARY DUE TO VEHICLE COUNT

Follow Us Online:

Twitter: https://twitter.com/TulsaShootout Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TulsaShootout Website: https://www.tulsashootout.com

2023 Class Lineup

Winged Outlaw Non-Wing Outlaw A-Class Winged Stock Non-Wing Restricted Junior Sprints

Event Broadcast:

Live Online PPV: http://www.floracing.com

Tulsa Shootout Past Champions (Current Classes)

Winged Outlaw Keith Crawford (1990), Pete Frazier (1993), Pete Frazier (1994), Steve Frisell (1995), Chad Davenport (1996), Rick King (1997), Pete Frazier (1998), Lee Waldroop (1999), Paul Carbone (2000), Robert Richardson (2001), Dino Tomassi & Scotty Smith (2002), Bryan Clauson & Jacob Mosley (2003), Rodney Stealy (2004), Stan Yockey & Scotty Smith (2005) , Rodney Stealy (2006), Jerrod Wilson (2007), Brady Bacon (2008), Kevin Bayer (2009), Ryan Reeves (2010), Blake Hahn (2011), Heath Duinkerken (2012), Heath Duinkerken (2013), Frank Flud (2014), Michael Faccinto (2015), Brady Bacon (2016), Joe B. Miller (2017), Christopher Bell (2018), Ben Worth (2019), Emerson Axsom (2020), Mitchell Moles (2021), Craig Ronk (2022)

Non-Wing Outlaw Blake Hahn (2011), Brock Lemley (2012), Chris Andrews (2013), Steven Shebester (2014), Trey Marcham (2015), Chris Andrews (2016), Tristan Guardino (2017). Jason McDougal (2018), Zeb Wise (2019), Brady Bacon (2020), Kris Carroll (2021), Jeffrey Newell (2022)

Winged A-Class Willie Bewley (1988), Gary Edwards (1989), David Person (1991), Bubba Hunt (1992), Ryan McDonald (1993), Chris Crawford (1994), Kevin Bayer (1995), Jay Foote (1996), Darren Stewart (1997), Jerrod Wilson (1998), Shawn Wright (1999), Shawn Wright (2000), Brad Best (2002), Dex Eaton (2003), Brady Bacon (2004), Kevin Bayer (2005), Scott Sawyer & Jerrod Wilson (2006), Donnie Ray Crawford (2007), Jerrod Wilson (2008), Gary Taylor (2009), Donnie Ray Crawford (2010), Andrew Deal (2011), Kevin Bayer (2012), Chris Cochran (2013), Tucker Worth (2014), Giovanni Scelzi (2015), Miles Paulus (2016), Ayrton Gennetten (2017), Jason McDougal (2018), Jake Hagopian (2019), Kyle Spence (2020), Brian Carber (2021), Jake Hagopian (2022)

Stock Non-Wing Wendy Shear (1990), Jeff Dodd (1994), Paul Herdon (1996), Brady Courtney (1997), Rick Mercer (1998), Chebon Bruner (1999), Matt Walton (2002), Donnie Crawford (2003), Ronnie James (2004), Donnie Crawford (2005), Andrew Peters & Donnie Crawford (2006), Donnie Ray Crawford (2007), Rodney Stealy (2008), Riley Adair (2009), Chris Andrews (2010), Koen Shaw (2011), Chris Cochran (2012), Michael Faccinto (2013), Frank Flud (2014), Trey Marcham (2015), Jonathan Beason (2016), Frank Flud (2017). Jason McDougal (2018), Kyle Spence (2019), Alex Bright (2020), Brian Carber (2021), Emerson Axsom (2022)

Restricted 'A' Class Jonathan Beason (2001), Josh Pickle (2002), Jay Hunt (2003), Jack Dover (2004), Dalton Cole (2005), Tyler Edwards (2006), Tanner Mullens (2007), Sean Thompson (2008), Trent Carter (2009), Darien Roberts (2010), Dalton Seigler (2011), Dahne Lynn McKay (2012), Dahne Lynn McKay (2013), Alex Panella (2014), Kaylee Bryson (2015), Noah Gass (2016), Grady Mercer (2017), Corey Day (2018), Shawn Mahaffey (2019), Jade Avedisian (2020), Jaxton Wiggs (2021), Jett Nunley (2022)

Junior Sprints Dustin Rhodes (2004), Mitch Faccinto (2005), Blake Hahn (2006), Drew Marshall (2007), Chance Morton (2008), Grady Chandler (2009), Josiah Ribeiro (2010), Josiah Ribeiro (2011), Kameron Beard (2012), Jadon Rogers (2013), Cannon McIntosh (2014), Nikko Panella (2015), Ryder Laplante (2016), Caeden Steele (2017), Ryan Timms (2018) , Austin Wood (2019), Jett Barnes (2020), Lucas Mauldin (2021), Lucas Mauldin (2022)

 

 

Kansas And Missouri Events On Deck For Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (April 18, 2022) Getting back on track for a pair of $4,000 to win, $400 to start events in Kansas and Missouri, the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network takes on Salina Speedway in Salina, Kan. on Friday, April 22 and U.S. 36 Raceway in Osborn, Mo. on Saturday, April 23.

Going into the weekend, Oklahoma’s Wayne Johnson leads the National Tour by 36 markers over defending series champion Blake Hahn. Third currently belongs to Seth Bergman, with Jason Martin and Dylan Westbrook making up the top five.

Ryan Timms, Garet Williamson, Tim Crawley, Landon Britt, and Brandon Anderson complete the top five.

Last visiting Salina Speedway on June 8, 2019, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. became the sixth winner in as many visits to the three-eighths-mile oval. Previous winners include Kevin Swindell (8/16/2012), Seth Bergman (5/31/2013), Jeff Swindell (5/30/2014), Aaron Reutzel (6/19/2015), and Sammy Swindell (6/8/2019). For a fun round of racing trivia, Salina Speedway is the only track to host a National Tour event that Jeff, Sammy, and Kevin Swindell have all won a feature event.

Friday, April 22, opens at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 for adults, with Kids 15 and under admitted free into the grandstands. Pit Passes are $35. Salina Speedway is located at 2841 S Burma Rd in Salina, Kan. For information on the track, follow Salina Speedway on Facebook or call (785) 292-9220.

Among the steepest banking the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series will encounter in 2022, U.S. 36 Raceway has hosted the National Tour six times since 2005. Like Salina Speedway, each visit has yielded a different winner. Gary Wright topped the field in the tour’s inaugural stop on July 22, 2005. Since then, wins have gone to Jason Johnson (7/3/2012), Johnny Herrera (5/17/2013), Thomas Kennedy, Jr. (4/26/2019), Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (7/17/2020), and Matt Covington (7/16/2021).

Saturday, April 23, opens at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $25 for Adults, $23 for Senior and Military, $5 for Youth (6-12), and free for Kids five and under. U.S. 36 Raceway is located at 9850 MO-33 in Osborn, Mo. For more information on the track, log onto http://www.us36racewaydirttrack.com or call (816) 675-2279.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Quick Notes:

Who: Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series
Where: Salina Speedway (Salina, Kan.) & U.S. 36 Raceway (Osborn, Mo.)
When: Friday, April 22, and Saturday, April 23

Times and Other Info: Salina Speedway

Pits: 5:00 P.M.
Grandstands: 5:30 P.M.
Draw: 6:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Driver’s Meeting: 6:00 P.M.
Hot Laps: 6:45 P.M.
Racing: 7:30 P.M.
Muffler Rule: Open
RACEceiver: 454.000
Prices:
Pit Pass: $35
Grandstand Admission: $20, Kids 15 & under free

Track Contact: Salina Speedway
Phone: (785) 292-9220
Address: 2841 S. Burma Rd. Salina, KS 67401
Web: N/A
Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/salinaspeedway

Times and Other Info: U.S. 36 Raceway
Pits Gate: 4:00 P.M.
Grandstands: 5:00 P.M.
Draw: 5:00 P.M. – 5:30 P.M.
Driver’s Meeting: 5:45 P.M.
Racing: 7:00 P.M.
Muffler Rule: Open
RACEceiver: 454.000

Prices:
Pit Pass: $35
Admission: $25, Kids 5 and under: Free

Contact Info: U.S. 36 Raceway
Address: 9850 MO-33, Osborn, MO 64474
Phone: (816) 675-2279
Website: http://www.us36racewaydirttrack.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/US36RacewayDirtTrack

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs]
Instagram: LucasOilASCS
Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com
Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 1 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Derek Hagar – 1 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Wayne Johnson 527; 2. Blake Hahn 491; 3. Seth Bergman 478; 4. Jason Martin 448; 5. Dylan Westbrook 444; 6. Ryan Timms 441; 7. Garet Williamson 436; 8. Tim Crawley 416; 9. Landon Britt 394; 10. Brandon Anderson 384;

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)**
2 - Chase Porter (St. Joseph, MO) (R)
2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)**
10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)
10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)
17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)
23 - Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)
24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)
36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)
45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R)
47x - Dylan Westbrook (Scotland, ONT. Can)
52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)**
55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R)
88 - Travis Reber (Rapid City, SD)
95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)
187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)
(R) Signifies Brodix National Rookie
** Signifies past ASCS National Champion.

Sponsors:

The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

 

 

ASCS Elite Non-Wing Headed For Kennedale Speedway Park

Bryan Hulbert – KENNEDALE, Texas (April 18, 2022) The season’s only trip to Kennedale Speedway Park, the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating, will headline action on Saturday, April 23.

Three events at Kennedale since the series’ first invaded on August 23, 2020; Keith Martin won the inaugural visit. Racing next on April 24, 2021, Kyle Jones went to Victory Lane. Putting the most recent stop on June 5, 2021, Chase Brewer topped the 29 car field.

Three events in on the 2022 lineup, Justin Zimmerman holds the point’s lead with a 70-point margin over Paul White. Third is currently held by Kobe Simpson, while Caden McCreary and Shane Cockrum complete the top five.

Saturday, April 23 at Kennedale Speedway Park opens at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Additional classes on the card include IMCA Modifieds, Sport Mods, Stock Cars, Factory Stocks, and Sport Compacts.

Admission is $17 for Adults, $12 for Senior and Military, and $7 for Youth. Pits are $35. Kennedale Speedway Park is located at 6727 Hudson Village Creek in Kennedale, Texas. Information on the track can be found at www.kennedalespeedwaypark.com or by calling (817) 478-7223.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

Kade Morton Earns First Career ASCS Sooner Win In Rain Shortened Feature At Creek County Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – SAPULPA, Okla. (April 15, 2022) Mother Nature rolled in and tried to steal the win, but with the A-Feature well past the halfway point on Friday night, Kade Morton was still able to earn his first career victory with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products.

Leading start to finish on Autism Awareness Night, Morton was stalked through the final laps by Blake Hahn. Jumping fifth to second following a Lap 19 restart, Hahn kept pace with Morton before the caution came out on Lap 26 as a small cell began dumping rain on the quarter-mile.

Keeping cars rolling for a few laps in hopes the cell would pass quickly, that was not the case as the track began to shine, forcing officials to checkered flag the event.

Charging from ninth, Blake Hahn ended up second with Jeffrey Newell third. Brandon Anderson, from 11th, made it to fourth with Chance Morton in fifth. Sean McClelland moved from 12th to sixth, followed by Fred Mattox from 14th. Andrew Deal was the night’s Hard Charger, earning $50 from Bishop Motorsports, with ten positions gained in eighth. Noah Harris and Casey Wills completed the top ten.

Along with the $2,000 winner’s check, Morton also picked up an extra $50 per lap led. Passing Points Podcast awarded Morton $50 for High Point and drawing the pole.

Other awards included $50 to the eighth-place draw (Rees Moran) from the Passing Points Podcast.

Longest Tow was $50 (Kyler Johnson) from Okanna Moms. Lap 10, tenth place, got 250 Hero Cards (Fred Mattox) from DPC Media. The top 3 will all receive a DVD copy of the night’s race from Mud Dawg Media.

The next event for the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products will be against the ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps at Lake Ozark Speedway on Friday, April 29, and Saturday, April 30.

Both nights are $2,000 to win, $300 to start.

Events in 2022 will be streamed live on http://www.racindirt.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results

ASCS Sooner Region Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, Okla.) Friday, April 15, 2022

Car Count: 27

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 8M-Kade Morton[2]; 2. 22M-Rees Moran[1]; 3. 7M-Chance Morton[4]; 4. 777-Bailey Hughes[6]; 5. 87-Sean McClelland[7]; 6. 88-Terry Easum[3]; 7. 91-Justin Fine[5]; 8. 15D-Andrew Deal[9]; 9. 10P-Dylan Postier[8]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 12-Jeffrey Newell[2]; 2. 50Z-Zach Chappell[4]; 3. 7F-Noah Harris[3]; 4. 24-Craig Carroll[1]; 5. 31-Casey Wills[6]; 6. 22C-Charlie Crumpton[5]; 7. 23X-Steven Shebester[7]; 8. 91X-Michael Day[8]; 9. 5$-Danny Smith[9]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 9$-Kyle Clark[2]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson[3]; 4. 52-Blake Hahn[6]; 5. 5T-Ryan Timms[7]; 6. 26M-Fred Mattox[9]; 7. 90-Lance Norick[8]; 8. 45X-Kyler Johnson[5]; 9. 39-Joshua Tyre[4]

B-Main (12 Laps): 1. 23X-Steven Shebester[6]; 2. 31-Casey Wills[1]; 3. 24-Craig Carroll[2]; 4. 15D-Andrew Deal[7]; 5. 22C-Charlie Crumpton[3]; 6. 90-Lance Norick[4]; 7. 45X-Kyler Johnson[10]; 8. 88-Terry Easum[5]; 9. 91X-Michael Day[9]; 10. 10P-Dylan Postier[12]; 11. 91-Justin Fine[8]; 12. 5$-Danny Smith[11]; 13. 39-Joshua Tyre[13]

A-Main (30 Laps): 1. 8M-Kade Morton[1]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[9]; 3. 12-Jeffrey Newell[3]; 4. 55B-Brandon Anderson[11]; 5. 7M-Chance Morton[7]; 6. 87-Sean McClelland[12]; 7. 26M-Fred Mattox[14]; 8. 15D-Andrew Deal[18]; 9. 7F-Noah Harris[10]; 10. 31-Casey Wills[16]; 11. 50Z-Zach Chappell[4]; 12. 5T-Ryan Timms[13]; 13. 24-Craig Carroll[17]; 14. 90-Lance Norick[20]; 15. 22C-Charlie Crumpton[19]; 16. 777-Bailey Hughes[5]; 17. 23X-Steven Shebester[15]; 18. 9$-Kyle Clark[2]; 19. 22M-Rees Moran[8]; 20. 95-Matt Covington[6]

 

 

Poor Weather Forecast Cancels ASCS Sooner At Caney Valley Speedway
Bryan Hulbert

April 15, 2022 (Caney, Kan.) With grounds already wet from rain during the week, a forecast calling for increasing chances of rain overnight, plus cold temperatures, and high wind at race time, officials at Caney Valley Speedway have called off events on Saturday, April 16. with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley's Racing Products.

The next event for the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley's Racing Products is Friday, April 29 and Saturday, April 30 at Lake Ozark Speedway with the ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awning, and Wraps.

Both nights are $2,000 to win, $300 to start.

Events in 2022 will be streamed live on http://www.racindirt.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

ASCS CAS Headlining Easter Weekend At Central Arizona Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (April 12, 2022) Ready for the fifth round of competition at Central Arizona Speedway, the ASCS CAS Non-Wing Sprint Cars are back in action on Saturday, April 16, for the Hippity Hoppity Easter Night at the races.

The Saturday showdown will include giveaways for the kids, as teams have donated Easter Baskets to the track all week.

Continuing his domination of the high-banked oval, R.J. Johnson rolls undefeated, having won the first four shows of the 2022 season. Establishing an 87 point lead in driver standings, Johnson is trailed by Jonas Reynolds. Third is James Webster, with Tuesday Calderwood and Bryan Ledbetter, Jr. making up the top five.

Saturday, April 16, will feature Pure Stocks, Bombers, and Power 600 Series Micros in addition to the ASCS CAS Non-Wing Sprint Cars.

Tickets are $20 for adults and free for kids 11 and under. Pits are $35, with Kids six and under free. Grandstands open at 4:00 P.M. Pits open at 3:00 P.M. (MT). Cars hit the track at 6:00 P.M. (MT).

Central Arizona Speedway is located at 512 Eleven Mile Corner in Casa Grande, Ariz. For more information and directions, call (520) 709-0718 or log onto http://www.centralarizonaspeedway.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

Creek And Caney On Deck For ASCS Sooner Region

Bryan Hulbert – SAPULPA, Okla. (April 11, 2022) A familiar pairing with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products, the weekend lineup will see action at Creek County Speedway on Friday, April 15, and Caney Valley Speedway on Saturday, April 16.

Autism Awareness Night at Creek County Speedway, the track asks that fans and teams wear blue to the event. Friday will also be an Easter EGGSTRAVAGANZA for the kids featuring a candy drop during Intermission. The second trip of the season to Creek County Speedway, the season opened at the quarter-mile oval on April 1 with Brandon Anderson taking the win.

Friday, April 15 opens at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $15 for adults, $6 for Youth (11-14), and free for Kids 10 and under. Creek County Speedway is located at 18450 West Hwy. 66 between Sapulpa and Kellyville. For more information on Creek County Speedway, including a complete lineup of events and directions, log onto http://www.creekcountyspeedway.co or call (918) 247-RACE (7223).

The first ASCS Sooner Region event of the year at Caney Valley Speedway, event on Saturday, April 15 opens at 4:00 P.M. with racing at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $15 for adults and free for Kids 12 and under. Caney Valley Speedway is located at CR 1300 in Caney, Kan. More info on the Speedway can be found at http://www.caneyvalleyspeedway.net or by calling the track at (620) 330-0485.

Both nights are $2,000 to win, $300 to start.

Events in 2022 will be streamed live on http://www.racindirt.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

Dalton Stevens Wins Dale Parson Memorial With ASCS Elite Non-Wing

Bryan Hubert - ABILENE, Texas (April 9, 2022) Leading all but the opening lap on Saturday night at Abilene Speedway, Dalton Stevens topped the Dale Parson Memorial with the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating.

Stevens’ second career victory with the wingless tour, Saturday’s triumph was worth $4,000 and made him the sixth winner in as many events at the Texas quarter mile.

Trailing Keith Martin through the opening lap, the No. 99x captured the lead on the second revolution. Keeping pace from there, Stevens was pressured in the closing laps by Justin Zimmerman but would hold on to win by 0.495-seconds. Zimmerman crossed second, with Waco’s Chase Randall moving up from seventh to complete the night’s podium. Jason Howell was fourth, with Keith Martin ending up fifth.

Paul White made it to sixth, followed by Justin Melton. Eighth went to Jeremy Jonas, with Michelle Parson and Neal Matuska completing the top ten.

The ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating races again on Friday, April 29 at Texana Raceway (Edna, Texas), and Saturday, April 30 at South Texas Race Ranch (Corpus Christi, Texas).

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS Elite Non-Wing Abilene Speedway (Abilene, Texas) Saturday, April 9, 2022

Car Count: 31

Jacksonville Tool Die Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 11-Justin Melton[1]; 2. 52-Keith Martin[5]; 3. 3S-Stephen Smith[3]; 4. 21-Michelle Parson[7]; 5. 63-Chris Williams[2]; 6. 10-Bryan Debrick[6]; 7. 15-Colton Corbin[8]; 8. 44C-Cody Price[4]

Texas Aeroplastics Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. #1-Justin Zimmerman[4]; 2. 44-Jason Howell[5]; 3. 48X-Neal Matuska[2]; 4. 1-Paul White[8]; 5. 82-Joshua Hanna[3]; 6. 22-John Carney II[6]; 7. 4B-Austin Burkham[1]; 8. 1T-Kade Taylor[7]

M1 Fabrications Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 21K-Kobe Simpson[1]; 2. 48B-Christian Moore[2]; 3. 99X-Dalton Stevens[7]; 4. 33-Mike Merrell[3]; 5. 80-Josh Hawkins[4]; 6. 33C-Casey Carter[6]; 7. 79-Ryan Hall[5]; 8. AK47-Knick Stewart[8]

Madhatter Motorsports Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 9-Chase Randall[1]; 2. 5J-Jeremy Jonas[3]; 3. 48-Caden McCreary[5]; 4. X-Jimmy Gardner[7]; 5. 57-Chase Parson[6]; 6. 43-Brennon Marshall[2]; 7. 22S-Shane Redline[4]

BK Windows B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 80-Josh Hawkins[2]; 2. 82-Joshua Hanna[3]; 3. 57-Chase Parson[1]; 4. 63-Chris Williams[4]; 5. 10-Bryan Debrick[5]; 6. AK47-Knick Stewart[11]; 7. 33C-Casey Carter[7]; 8. 79-Ryan Hall[9]; 9. 1T-Kade Taylor[12]; 10. 44C-Cody Price[14]; 11. 4B-Austin Burkham[13]; 12. 43-Brennon Marshall[8]; 13. 22-John Carney II[6]; 14. (DNS) 22S-Shane Redline

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 99X-Dalton Stevens[3]; 2. #1-Justin Zimmerman[4]; 3. 9-Chase Randall[7]; 4. 44-Jason Howell[5]; 5. 52-Keith Martin[1]; 6. 1-Paul White[8]; 7. 11-Justin Melton[6]; 8. 5J-Jeremy Jonas[9]; 9. 21-Michelle Parson[11]; 10. 48X-Neal Matuska[15]; 11. 3S-Stephen Smith[14]; 12. 82-Joshua Hanna[18]; 13. 63-Chris Williams[20]; 14. 57-Chase Parson[19]; 15. 33-Mike Merrell[16]; 16. 21K-Kobe Simpson[2]; 17. 48-Caden McCreary[10]; 18. X-Jimmy Gardner[12]; 19. 80-Josh Hawkins[17]; 20. 48B-Christian Moore[13]

 

 

Double The Crawley: Tim And Landon Chasing The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series National Tour

Bryan Hulbert - BENTON, Ark. (April 8, 2022) Making his return to the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, Arkansas' Tim Crawley will take the Ronnie Pitts Motorsports No. 1x on the road, but he's not the only Crawley chasing the National Tour, as his youngest son, Landon Crawley, will be competing side-by-side in 2022.

While family members have competed against each other at several events over the years, including siblings Zach and Stephanie Chappell going head-to-head on the National Tour, this marks the first time a Father and Son will be competing full-time with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series.

On racing with/against his son, Tim chuckled a bit as he said, “You know, it’s something that’s just crept up on me. I didn’t see it coming, not really, but it’s progressed fast. It seems like it was just the other day that we were messing with Go-Karts, and now here we are attempting to run this thing together, but we’re all looking forward to it.”

With Tim in the No. 1x, Landon will be in the No. 187, of which Tim is the owner. Hard enough to run a single team, the two-car setup will be, according to Tim, the biggest challenge this season.

“The hardest part is simply going to come down to help. Even with what we’ve done racing together, I’ve got good help; it would just be good to have a couple more hands. When everything goes perfect, and we don’t have any problems with the cars, those nights aren’t too bad, but if either of us has a gremlin on a car, that loads us up.”

Tim is currently eighth in tour standings with four events contested. Landon is 14th and sits fourth in the Brodix National Rookie of the Year standings out of seven tour rookies.

For information and to keep up on both teams, Tim Crawley Racing is at https://www.facebook.com/timcrawley88. Landon Crawley can be found at https://www.facebook.com/LCRacingOnline.

The next outing for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series will be Friday, April 22, at Salina Speedway (Salina, Kan.) and Saturday, April 23 at U.S. 36 Raceway (Osborn, Mo.).

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans unable to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs] Instagram: LucasOilASCS Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

1x - Tim Crawley (Benton, AR) 2 - Chase Porter (St. Joseph, MO) (R) 2c - Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK) 10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R) 10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R) 17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD) 23 - Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA) 24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO) 36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R) 45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R) 47x - Dylan Westbrook (Scotland, ONT. Can) 52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK) 55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) (R) 88 - Travis Reber (Rapid City, SD) 95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK) 187 - Landon Crawley (Benton, AR) (R)

Sponsors:

The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

 

 

Wayne Johnson Chasing 2022 Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour Championship

Bryan Hulbert – OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (April 7, 2022) Coming out with the points lead following the first four rounds of the 2022 season, Oklahoma City’s Wayne Johnson will return to the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network full time in the JRS Trucking/Outlaw Wings No. 2c.

No stranger to the American Sprint Car Series, the 2000 National Tour Champion’s first ASCS win was at Lone Star Speedway in 1993. Since then, Johnson has topped the tour 55 times, including his most recent victory during the 2022 season opener at the Devil’s Bowl Speedway.

Fourth in overall tour wins, Johnson leads in overall A-Feature starts with 514. His record also includes 164 podium appearances, 256 top five, and 389 top-ten finishes.

“The format was a big reason, honestly. Having that weekend off, going to Devil’s Bowl, and seeing how everything played out and how the format worked, I think it’s going to play out better in the long run where the old draw system could bite you pretty bad sometimes,” explained Johnson of his decision to return to the American Sprint Car Series.

“After I looked at the schedule and being on the Outlaw tour for the past two years, slowing down actually feels kind of good. With this schedule, it’s what I want to do at this time in my career, where I’m not gone for months at a time. The Outlaw deal is tough; those guys are the best in the business, that’s why they are out there. I realize I’m 50-years old. I don’t know how much longer I’ll keep doing this, but the changes that I’ve seen and the direction Terry [Mattox] is going, I’m looking forward to seeing how it goes this year.”

While the goal is the season-ending $50,000 champion’s check, Wayne will still have plenty to do with plans to race a lot at Knoxville Raceway and various other 410cid events around the Midwest.

To keep up with Wayne Johnson and the TwoC Racing Team, you can find all their Social Media and merchandise links at https://bit.ly/37wkBso. The next outing for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series will be Friday, April 22, at Salina Speedway (Salina, Kan.) and Saturday, April 23 at U.S. 36 Raceway (Osborn, Mo.).

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans unable to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

ASCS Elite Non-Wing At Abilene Speedway This Saturday
 

Bryan Hulbert – ABILENE, Texas (April 5, 2022) Headlining the Dale Parson Memorial this Saturday, April 9, at Abilene Speedway, the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating will run for a $4,000 to win A-Feature.

Round three on the season, Saturday’s appearance at Abilene Speedway is the only time the non-wing tour will see action at the quarter-mile oval in 2022. Making their return in 2021 after a two-year absence, Steven Shebester went to Victory Lane in the City Vending No. 22x. Five winners in just as many visits, Paul White (2018), Justin Zimmerman (2017), Justin Melton (2016), and Dustin Gates (2015), have also earned wins.

Going into the weekend, Justin Zimmerman holds the points lead by a single point over Shane Cockrum. Rolling into the season post Wingless Short Track Nationals, the full-time runners of the series will make significant moves in the points this weekend.

Saturday, April 9, opens at 5:30 P.M. with racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $18 for Adults, $12 for Military, and $5 for Kids. Other classes include IMCA Stock Cars, Modifieds, Sport Compacts, Sport Mods, Street Stocks, Minis, and Junior Sport Compacts.

Abilene Speedway is located at 6825 West Hwy. 80 in Abilene, Texas. For more information, follow the track on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AbileneSpeedway, at http://www.abilenespeedway.com, or by calling (325) 692-8800.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

Hahn Holds Off Timms At 81-Speedway With The ASCS Sooner Region

Bryan Hulbert – PARK CITY, Kan. (April 2, 2022) A battle down to the final turn at 81-Speedway with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products, Blake Hahn held off the last corner slide job from Ryan Timms for his first victory of the 2022 season, and ninth with the series.

Holding off Hahn through restarts and traffic from the start, it was slower traffic that brought Hahn to the back bumper of the No. 5t. Squeezing by Timms on Lap 19, Hahn put some distance on Ryan before traffic with two to go tightened things up.

A massive run to the backstretch on the final lap, Timms drove deep into the final two turns. Drifting across the 81-Speedway, Timms pulled even in the fourth turn, but it was Hahn who hammered the cushion to win by 0.490-seconds.

Not out of the woods for the runner-up spot, the closing laps had a third player as Dylan Westbrook charged into the mix from seventh. Nearly working by Timms as well, the No. 5t held second by 0.163-seconds over Westbrook. Jeremy Campbell crossed fourth with Sean McClelland in fifth.

Transferring to the A-Feature after starting last in the B-Feature, Kyler Johnson tore through the field from 18th to finish sixth in the No. 45x. Chase Porter grabbed seventh, followed by Zach Chappell, who advanced from 15th to eighth. Whit Gastineau and Danny Jennings completed the top ten.

The next event for the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products is Friday, April 15, at Creek County Speedway and Saturday, April 16, at Caney Valley Speedway.

Events in 2022 will be streamed live on http://www.racindirt.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS Sooner Region 81-Speedway (Park City, Kan.) Saturday, April 2, 2022

Car Count: 25

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 5T-Ryan Timms[2]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 3. 1J-Danny Jennings[1]; 4. 91-Jeff Stasa[3]; 5. 50Z-Zach Chappell[5]; 6. 2W-Whit Gastineau[9]; 7. 88J-Jeremy Huish[8]; 8. 90-Lance Norick[6]; 9. 45X-Kyler Johnson[7]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[1]; 2. 10P-Dylan Postier[2]; 3. 03-Joe Wood Jr[5]; 4. 22M-Rees Moran[3]; 5. 95-Matt Covington[8]; 6. 12-Jeffrey Newell[6]; 7. 2J-Zach Blurton[7]; 8. 96S-Brandon Sampson[4]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 2-Chase Porter[1]; 2. 1-Sean McClelland[3]; 3. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[5]; 4. 10-Jordan Knight[2]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson[8]; 6. 71-Bradyn Baker[4]; 7. 22S-Slater Helt[6]; 8. 2B-Brett Becker[7]

B-Main (12 Laps): 1. 50Z-Zach Chappell[2]; 2. 88J-Jeremy Huish[4]; 3. 12-Jeffrey Newell[3]; 4. 45X-Kyler Johnson[11]; 5. 10-Jordan Knight[1]; 6. 2J-Zach Blurton[6]; 7. 71-Bradyn Baker[5]; 8. 2B-Brett Becker[8]; 9. 22S-Slater Helt[7]; 10. 90-Lance Norick[9]; 11. 96S-Brandon Sampson[10]

A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 2. 5T-Ryan Timms[1]; 3. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[7]; 4. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[2]; 5. 1-Sean McClelland[6]; 6. 45X-Kyler Johnson[18]; 7. 2-Chase Porter[3]; 8. 50Z-Zach Chappell[15]; 9. 2W-Whit Gastineau[12]; 10. 1J-Danny Jennings[11]; 11. 12-Jeffrey Newell[17]; 12. 10P-Dylan Postier[8]; 13. 91-Jeff Stasa[13]; 14. 88J-Jeremy Huish[16]; 15. 10-Jordan Knight[19]; 16. 2J-Zach Blurton[20]; 17. 95-Matt Covington[9]; 18. 22M-Rees Moran[14]; 19. 03-Joe Wood Jr[5]; 20. 55B-Brandon Anderson[10]

 

 

Brandon Anderson Leads It All With ASCS Sooner At Creek County Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – SAPULPA, Okla. (April 1, 2022) Just 17 days off the anniversary of his first career victory with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products, Glenpool’s Brandon Anderson returned to Victory Lane at Creek County Speedway on Friday night.

Getting the point from Sean McClelland on the opening lap, Anderson survived numerous restarts and challenges for his fourth career victory ASCS Sooner Region score right as the rain began to fall.

Under fire following a late-race restart, a small mistake by third running Ryan Timms opened the door for Dylan Westbrook to take the position and carried momentum into turns one and two to take second from McClelland. A final caution with two laps to run, Anderson, Westbrook, and Timms all battled into the last two turns with the No. 55b holding on by 0.353-seconds.

Dylan Westbrook crossed second with Ryan Timms third. 0.565-seconds separated the top three at the finish. Working from 10th, Blake Hahn took fourth on the final lap, moving Sean McClelland to fifth.

Slater Helt was sixth, with Chance Morton fighting from 17th to seventh. Alex Sewell made it to eight from 16th, while Matt Covington recovered from an early race spin to finish ninth. Jeffrey Newell made up the top ten.

The American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products races next at 81-Speedway in Park City, Kan., on Saturday, April 2. Gates at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for Senior and Miliary, and free for Kids 10 and under. The track is located at 7700 N Broadway in Park City, Kan. More information can be found online at https://www.81speedway.com.

Events in 2022 will be streamed live on http://www.racindirt.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS Sooner Region Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, Okla.) Friday, April 1, 2022

Car Count: 27

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[2]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[3]; 3. 2J-Zach Blurton[1]; 4. 2B-Brett Becker[4]; 5. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[8]; 6. 7M-Chance Morton[5]; 7. 8M-Kade Morton[6]; 8. 7F-Noah Harris[9]; 9. 22M-Rees Moran[7]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[1]; 2. 2-Chase Porter[4]; 3. 1-Sean McClelland[6]; 4. 31-Casey Wills[2]; 5. 71-Bradyn Baker[8]; 6. 8-Alex Sewell[5]; 7. 50Z-Zach Chappell[7]; 8. 10P-Dylan Postier[3]; 9. 5$-Danny Smith[9]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 22S-Slater Helt[2]; 2. 5T-Ryan Timms[1]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 4. 12-Jeffrey Newell[4]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson[7]; 6. 96S-Brandon Sampson[6]; 7. 91-Justin Fine[5]; 8. 26M-Fred Mattox[9]; 9. 90-Lance Norick[8]

B-Main (12 Laps): 1. 31-Casey Wills[1]; 2. 8-Alex Sewell[4]; 3. 7M-Chance Morton[3]; 4. 8M-Kade Morton[6]; 5. 50Z-Zach Chappell[5]; 6. 7F-Noah Harris[7]; 7. 22M-Rees Moran[13]; 8. 10P-Dylan Postier[11]; 9. 96S-Brandon Sampson[2]; 10. 91-Justin Fine[9]; 11. 90-Lance Norick[12]; 12. 26M-Fred Mattox[8]; 13. 5$-Danny Smith[10]

A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[2]; 2. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[5]; 3. 5T-Ryan Timms[6]; 4. 52-Blake Hahn[10]; 5. 1-Sean McClelland[1]; 6. 22S-Slater Helt[3]; 7. 7M-Chance Morton[17]; 8. 8-Alex Sewell[16]; 9. 95-Matt Covington[7]; 10. 12-Jeffrey Newell[14]; 11. 50Z-Zach Chappell[19]; 12. 2-Chase Porter[4]; 13. 2B-Brett Becker[13]; 14. 71-Bradyn Baker[9]; 15. 8M-Kade Morton[18]; 16. 2J-Zach Blurton[11]; 17. 23-Seth Bergman[8]; 18. 7F-Noah Harris[20]; 19. 31-Casey Wills[15]; 20. 45X-Kyler Johnson[12]

 

 

ASCS Sooner Region Opener Moved To Creek County Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – SAPULPA, Okla. (March 31, 2022) Lingering rain on Wednesday, followed by a lack of sun and cool temperatures at Tulsa Speedway on Thursday, events with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products on Friday, April 1, have been moved to Creek County Speedway in Sapulpa, Okla.

Events on Saturday, April 2 at 81-Speedway in Park City, Kan., are on as scheduled.

Friday, April 1, at Creek County Speedway opens at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Grandstands admission is $15 for adults, $5 for Youth 11-14, and free for Kids 10 and under. Creek County Speedway is located at 18450 West Hwy. 66 between Sapulpa and Kellyville. For more information on Creek County Speedway, including a complete lineup of events and directions, log onto http://www.creekcountyspeedway.co or call (918) 247-RACE (7223).

Saturday, April 2, at 81-Speedway opens at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for Senior and Miliary, and free for Kids 10 and under. The track is located at 7700 N Broadway in Park City, Kan. More information can be found online at https://www.81speedway.com.

Events in 2022 will be streamed live on http://www.racindirt.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

RULES BULLETIN >> ASCS Tire And Other Rule Wording Updates

DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (March 28, 2022) Following the opening four rounds of the 2022 season, American Sprint Car Series owner/director, Terry Mattox, has announced some tweaks to the rules that govern the National Tour of the American Sprint Car Series.

“Working through the first four races, it gave us a chance to see some of the changes in action and see what was going to work, and what needed to be changed or removed,” explained Mattox.

The biggest change will be the removal of using one right rear per night. Going forward, National and Regional events will follow the same rule and can change tires without penalty.

Section 9 – Tires and Wheels, rules 1 and 7.
1 Right Rear Hoosier Racing Tire, 105x16.0-15 Medium or 105/18.0-15 F85A. Tires may be Siped and Grooved.

7 Left rear must be a Hoosier Tire

During National Tour events, Qualifying will remain in groups but will be split with a maximum of five cars on track per timed session. Ties in overall Qualifying and Heat Race Passing Points will also now be broken by time, not Heat Race order. The rules also include a better clarification of what happens to a driver’s qualifying and passing points should they fail to qualify or miss their group.

Section 2 – National Tour Qualifying Procedures, rules 2, 3, 4, and 6

2 Teams will Hot Lap to help run the track in. Immediately upon the completion of the final set of Hot Laps, Qualifying will begin. Groups will split into two sessions containing only drivers from that group.

3 Cars will get 1 warm-up lap, followed by 3 laps on the clock to determine their fastest time. Anyone missing their group will only receive one timed lap once all other groups have completed their Qualifying. Best Heat Race starting position if you miss your assigned group will be fifth, and you will receive only finishing points in your Heat Race.

4 Points will be awarded in each group with the fastest Qualifier receiving 20 points. The scale per position is (20, 16, 13, 10, 9, 8, 7 6, 5, 4). If you fail to establish a time, you will not receive qualifying points, and only finishing points in your Heat Race.

6 Passing Points will be used during the Heat Race. Points are done from the final parade lap and will be combined with the points earned during Qualifying. Any tie in overall points will be broken by the driver's qualifying time. Top 16 in overall points will lock into the A-Feature. An inversion will be determined by draw of a 0 (Straight-up), 2 (top two rows), or 3 (top three rows). Draw will be done by the high point earner.

On the changes, Terry said, “One of those deals where an idea sounds good, but doesn’t work out as you wanted it to, and seeing things that needed to be adjusted based on what we are doing now. I appreciate the positive and constructive criticism from those racing with us and working with us to help make the sport, and the series better.”

The next event for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series is the $10,000 to win, Capital City Clash at Jackson Motor Speedway in Byram, Miss. on Friday, April 1, and Saturday, April 2. Tickets are on sale at http://www.ascsracing.com/schedule.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

ASCS Sooner Region Set For Season Opening Double Header

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (March 29, 2022) Ready to lift the lid on the 2022 season, the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products will be in action on Friday, April 1, at Tulsa Speedway, located just north of Tulsa on Hwy. 169, and Saturday, April 2 at 81-Speedway in Park City, Kan.

First seeing Tulsa Speedway on June 18, 2021, the debut event was topped by Oklahoma's Danny Smith. The only other visit was during the ASCS Sizzlin’ Summer Speedweek presented by Smiley’s Racing Products on July 30, with Blake Hahn going to Victory Lane.

One visit to 81-Speedway last season on June 19, 2021, Colorado’s Jake Bubak was the victor over Brandon Anderson and Jeremy Campbell. Each night this weekend offers teams $2,000 to win, $300 to start.

Friday, April 1, at Tulsa Speedway, gates open at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Grandstands admission is $15 for adults, $10 for Senior and Military, and $5 for youth. Tulsa Speedway is located at 3101 N Garnett Rd. Tulsa, Okla., just across from Tulsa Raceway Park. Info and directions are online at http://www.tulsaspeedway.com.

Saturday, April 2, at 81-Speedway opens at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for Senior and Miliary, and free for Kids 10 and under. The track is located at 7700 N Broadway in Park City, Kan. More information can be found online at https://www.81speedway.com.

Events in 2022 will be streamed live on http://www.racindirt.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

Flood Warning And Tire Shortage Postpones Capital City Clash At Jackson Motor Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – BYRAM, Miss. (March 29, 2022) The Capital City Clash will have to wait as a continued threat of flooding, severe storms leading up to the event, and a shortage of tires has forced officials with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series and Jackson Motor Speedway to postpone the $10,000 to win event to Saturday, July 9.

The show will now be paired with the $5,000 to win event at Rocket Raceway Park on Friday, July 8.

“Not the call we wanted to make, but unfortunately the call we have to make. The storms and flood warnings are a real concern, but the shortage of tires just compounds the issue,” stated ASCS Owner/Director, Terry Mattox.

“No one has control of the weather and unfortunately and supply issues with the materials needed to build the tires are outside Hoosier’s control. Even if we opened it up to a comparable tire, there still isn’t enough right now. Talking with Hoosier this week, it looks like we should have tires again before our next National Tour event.”

The next stop on the 2022 lineup is Friday, April 22 at Salina Speedway in Salina, Kan., and Saturday, April 23 at U.S. 36 Raceway in Osborn, Mo.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

R.J. Johnson Remains Perfect With ASCS CAS Non-Wing Sprints
Bryan Hulbert

Bryan Hulbert - CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (March 26, 2022) Landing his fourth victory in as many races at the Central Arizona Speedway, R.J. Johnson's record remains perfect with the ASCS CAS Non-Wing Sprint Cars.

Rolling from sixth to first for his 13th overall win, Johnson was chased to the finish by Dustin Cormany, while Randy Nelson, Jonas Reynolds, and James Webster made up the top five.

The next event for the ASCS CAS Non-Wing Sprint Cars is Saturday, April 16.

Central Arizona Speedway is located at 512 Eleven Mile Corner in Casa Grande, Ariz. For more information and directions, call (520) 709-0718 or log onto http://www.centralarizonaspeedway.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results

ASCS CAS Non-Wing Sprint Cars
Central Arizona Speedway (Casa Grande, Ariz.)
Saturday, March 26, 2022

Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 21-Austin Ervine[3]; 2. 5AZ-James Webster[5]; 3. 9X-Randy Nelson[7]; 4. 0-Jonas Reynolds[6]; 5. (DNF) 51W-Ronald Webster[1]; 6. (DNF) 61-Chad Stevens[2]; 7. (DNF) 98-Matt Lundy[4]

Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 51-RJ Johnson[6]; 2. 29-Dustin Cormany[4]; 3. 6-Logan Calderwood[3]; 4. 3V-Jim Vanzant[1]; 5. 2-AJ Hernandez[7]; 6. 7OH-Bryan Ledbetter Jr[2]; 7. (DNS) 4-Tuesday Calderwood

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 51-RJ Johnson[6]; 2. 29-Dustin Cormany[2]; 3. 9X-Randy Nelson[3]; 4. 0-Jonas Reynolds[1]; 5. 5AZ-James Webster[4]; 6. 21-Austin Ervine[5]; 7. 6-Logan Calderwood[7]; 8. 2-AJ Hernandez[8]; 9. 3V-Jim Vanzant[9]; 10. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[14]; 11. (DNF) 61-Chad Stevens[12]; 12. (DNF) 7OH-Bryan Ledbetter Jr[10]; 13. (DNF) 98-Matt Lundy[13]; 14. (DNS) 51W-Ronald Webster

 

 

Aaron Reutzel Captures Lucas Oil ASCS Victory At I-30 Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (March 26, 2022) Deciding to head to I-30 Speedway paid off for Aaron Reutzel, as the Ridge Development No. 8 topped the slide job filled battle at the Hammer Hill Showdown with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network.

"The car was phenomenal. When we left here last night, we had a game plan on what we were going to do if the track got the same, but it did kind of scare me because I thought the top would go away a lot faster, and it didn't. This is the I-30 I remember when I first started coming here. It was a lot of fun," stated Aaron on the front stretch.

Aaron's first win with the series since 2017, the I-30 triumph, is the 20th time the Clute, Texas shoe has topped the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series. Taking the green from fourth, Aaron held that position the opening 11 revolutions as Seth Bergman led the way. Into traffic working Lap 12, Seth made contact with Landon Britt's left rear tire, forcing the Evergreen Coffee Co. No. 23 around in turn four.

Handing the lead to Blake Hahn, the race went another lap before it was slowed again. Up to second on the Lap 11 restart, Reutzel set sights on Hahn for the lead before the red lights came on for Slater Helt with 14 laps to go.

Kicking off four laps to non-stop slide jobs, Reutzel and Hahn use every inch of the I-30 Speedway surface. Trying repeatedly to break the other's momentum, Aaron finally grabbed the lead on Lap 19. Having to fend off two more attempts at the point the following lap, Aaron was finally able to get away from the No. 52.

On the race for the lead, Aaron said, "It got a little wild with him. The sliders, the front stretch chops, it just made it wild but fun. It's a chess match. He did what he had to do, and I did what I had to do, but the way the track was, you had to pick your battles on when and how to slide, and luckily, we got through it."

Keeping around the top of the Arkansas quarter-mile, Aaron closed on traffic through the final laps but was unchallenged the rest of the way. Making up some time on Reutzel at the end, Howard Moore ended up second by 0.861-seconds. Exchanging the show position numerous times with Hahn, Matt Covington rolled the No. 95 to third with an engine on loan from Linda Howard. Making contact with the wall battling for the lead, Blake Hahn held on for a fourth-place finish, with Dale Howard moving up three spots to finish fifth.

Wayne Johnson went from ninth to sixth while fending off Garet Williamson on the closing lap. Making up 11 positions, Tim Crawley made it to eighth, followed by Derek Hagar in ninth. Oklahoma's Brandon Anderson completed the top ten.

A field of 49 was on hand Saturday night. The overall quick qualifier was Dylan Westbrook at 12.175-seconds. Setting up five SCE Gaskets Heat Races wins went to Garet Williamson, Aaron Reutzel, Matt Covington, Howard Moore, and Brandon Anderson. BMRS B-Feature wins went to Landon Britt and Ryan Timms. One provisional start was used by Travis Reber.

The next event for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series is the $10,000 to win, Capital City Clash at Jackson Motor Speedway in Byram, Miss. on Friday, April 1, and Saturday, April 2. Tickets are on sale at http://www.ascsracing.com/schedule.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour ASCS Mid-South Region I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Ark.) Saturday, March 26, 2022

Car Count: 49

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn, 12.288[5]; 2. 1X-Tim Crawley, 12.332[9]; 3. 24-Garet Williamson, 12.375[1]; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett, 12.447[3]; 5. 24T-Christopher Thram, 12.493[10]; 6. 21B-Brandon Hinkle, 12.626[4]; 7. 9JR-Derek Hagar, 12.657[6]; 8. 99-Blake Jenkins, 12.664[8]; 9. X-Charlie Louden, 12.777[2]; 10. 38-Rick Pringle, 13.136[7]

Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 8-Aaron Reutzel, 12.242[6]; 2. 44-Chris Martin, 12.431[5]; 3. 71-Bradyn Baker, 12.471[2]; 4. 10-Landon Britt, 12.556[7]; 5. 47-Dale Howard, 12.602[10]; 6. 2-Chase Porter, 12.667[1]; 7. 98P-Miles Paulus, 12.706[9]; 8. 6-Dustin Gates, 12.732[4]; 9. 85-Josh McCord, 12.810[8]; 10. 2D-Dylan Opdahl, 12.877[3]

Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook, 12.175[9]; 2. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 12.210[7]; 3. 95-Matt Covington, 12.245[5]; 4. 5T-Ryan Timms, 12.292[10]; 5. 22S-Slater Helt, 12.415[2]; 6. 21K-Kevin Hinkle, 12.579[3]; 7. 187-Landon Crawley, 12.607[8]; 8. 22-Riley Goodno, 12.685[4]; 9. 36-Jason Martin, 12.752[1]; 10. 10P-Dylan Postier, 12.887[6]

Qualifying 4 (3 Laps): 1. 3M-Howard Moore, 12.352[1]; 2. 14E-Kyle Bellm, 12.612[5]; 3. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 12.619[9]; 4. 13C-Chase Howard, 12.655[10]; 5. 27-Austin Wood, 12.764[3]; 6. 30-Joseph Miller, 12.827[6]; 7. 6T-Christopher Townsend, 13.077[7]; 8. 44R-Ronny Howard, 13.107[8]; 9. 88-Travis Reber, 13.107[2]; 10. G6-Cody Gardner, 13.107[4]

Qualifying 5 (3 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman, 12.375[2]; 2. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 12.709[6]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 12.793[3]; 4. 12-Jeffrey Newell, 12.918[7]; 5. 15J-Jeremy Middleton, 13.048[9]; 6. 91A-Ernie Ainsworth, 13.066[4]; 7. 24W-Jeffrey West Jr, 13.125[1]; 8. 19-Jason Long, 13.166[8]; 9. 5L-Dusty Young, 13.418[5]

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Top 16 in combined Qualifying and Passing Points advance to the A-Feature)

SCE Gaskets Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 24-Garet Williamson[2]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett[1]; 4. 9JR-Derek Hagar[7]; 5. 1X-Tim Crawley[3]; 6. 99-Blake Jenkins[8]; 7. 24T-Christopher Thram[5]; 8. X-Charlie Louden[9]; 9. 38-Rick Pringle[10]; 10. 21B-Brandon Hinkle[6]

SCE Gaskets Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 8-Aaron Reutzel[4]; 2. 47-Dale Howard[5]; 3. 10-Landon Britt[1]; 4. 44-Chris Martin[3]; 5. 6-Dustin Gates[8]; 6. 85-Josh McCord[9]; 7. 71-Bradyn Baker[2]; 8. 2-Chase Porter[6]; 9. 2D-Dylan Opdahl[10]; 10. 98P-Miles Paulus[7]

SCE Gaskets Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 2. 2C-Wayne Johnson[3]; 3. 5T-Ryan Timms[1]; 4. 22S-Slater Helt[5]; 5. 187-Landon Crawley[7]; 6. 22-Riley Goodno[8]; 7. 36-Jason Martin[9]; 8. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[4]; 9. 10P-Dylan Postier[10]; 10. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[6]

SCE Gaskets Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 3M-Howard Moore[4]; 2. 13C-Chase Howard[1]; 3. 17B-Ryan Bickett[2]; 4. 14E-Kyle Bellm[3]; 5. 30-Joseph Miller[6]; 6. 44R-Ronny Howard[8]; 7. 6T-Christopher Townsend[7]; 8. 27-Austin Wood[5]; 9. G6-Cody Gardner[9]; 10. 88-Travis Reber[10]

SCE Gaskets Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[2]; 2. 23-Seth Bergman[4]; 3. 12-Jeffrey Newell[1]; 4. 45X-Kyler Johnson[3]; 5. 15J-Jeremy Middleton[5]; 6. 91A-Ernie Ainsworth[6]; 7. 24W-Jeffrey West Jr[7]; 8. 19-Jason Long[8]; 9. 5L-Dusty Young[9]

BMRS B-Features (Top 3 from each advance)

BMRS B-Main 1 (12 Laps): 1. 10-Landon Britt[1]; 2. 1X-Tim Crawley[4]; 3. 22S-Slater Helt[2]; 4. G6-Cody Gardner[15]; 5. 12-Jeffrey Newell[3]; 6. 15J-Jeremy Middleton[7]; 7. 22-Riley Goodno[6]; 8. 24T-Christopher Thram[10]; 9. X-Charlie Louden[11]; 10. 98P-Miles Paulus[16]; 11. 6T-Christopher Townsend[9]; 12. 2-Chase Porter[12]; 13. 10P-Dylan Postier[14]; 14. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[17]; 15. 91A-Ernie Ainsworth[8]; 16. 38-Rick Pringle[13]; 17. 30-Joseph Miller[5]

BMRS B-Main 2 (12 Laps): 1. 5T-Ryan Timms[2]; 2. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[8]; 3. 36-Jason Martin[7]; 4. 6-Dustin Gates[1]; 5. 187-Landon Crawley[3]; 6. 85-Josh McCord[4]; 7. 27-Austin Wood[12]; 8. 24W-Jeffrey West Jr[9]; 9. 2D-Dylan Opdahl[13]; 10. 88-Travis Reber[15]; 11. 19-Jason Long[11]; 12. 44R-Ronny Howard[6]; 13. 71-Bradyn Baker[10]; 14. 99-Blake Jenkins[5]; 15. 5L-Dusty Young[14]; 16. 21B-Brandon Hinkle[16]

A-Feature

A-Main (30 Laps): 1. 8-Aaron Reutzel[4]; 2. 3M-Howard Moore[3]; 3. 95-Matt Covington[6]; 4. 52-Blake Hahn[2]; 5. 47-Dale Howard[8]; 6. 2C-Wayne Johnson[9]; 7. 24-Garet Williamson[5]; 8. 1X-Tim Crawley[19]; 9. 9JR-Derek Hagar[11]; 10. 55B-Brandon Anderson[7]; 11. 36-Jason Martin[22]; 12. 5T-Ryan Timms[18]; 13. 13C-Chase Howard[10]; 14. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[20]; 15. 17B-Ryan Bickett[12]; 16. 10-Landon Britt[17]; 17. 14-Jordon Mallett[16]; 18. 44-Chris Martin[13]; 19. 45X-Kyler Johnson[15]; 20. 14E-Kyle Bellm[14]; 21. 22S-Slater Helt[21]; 22. 23-Seth Bergman[1]; 23. 88-Travis Reber[23]

Lap Leader(s): Seth Bergman 1-11; Blake Hahn 12-18; Aaron Reutzel 19-30 Hard Charger: Tim Crawley +11 Quick Time: Dylan Westbrook, 12.175 High Point Driver: Aaron Reutzel Provisional(s): Travis Reber (Points)

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 1 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Derek Hagar – 1 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (3/26 – I-30 Speedway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Wayne Johnson 527; 2. Blake Hahn 491; 3. Seth Bergman 478; 4. Jason Martin 448; 5. Dylan Westbrook 444; 6. Ryan Timms 441; 7. Garet Williamson 436; 8. Tim Crawley 416; 9. Landon Britt 394; 10. Brandon Anderson 384;

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs] Instagram: LucasOilASCS Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

2p - Chase Porter (St. Joseph, MO) (R) 10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R) 10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R) 17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD) 23 - Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA) 24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO) 36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R) 45x - Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) (R) 47x - Dylan Westbrook (Scotland, ONT. Can) 52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK) 55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) 95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

 

 

Derek Hagar Collects Hammer Hill Showdown Preliminary Night Win

Bryan Hulbert – LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (March 25, 2022) Arkansas bragging rights reigned supreme Friday night, as Marion’s Derek Hagar worked by Tennessee’s Landon Britt in the closing laps for his second career victory with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series National Tour win at Little Rock’s I-30 Speedway.

Hagar’s sixth career win overall against the National Tour, the DHR Suspension No. 9jr took the green from the fifth starting spot.

Falling to seventh initially, Derek made it back to fifth on Lap 6. Battling with Wayne Johnson and Aaron Reutzel through Lap 10, the restart was brought back immediately as second running, Tim Crawley, struck the cone.

Moving Hagar to third behind Ryan Timms, the No. 9jr made quick work of the DriveWFX.com No. 5t to begin focusing on Britt. Moving his line around the I-30 Speedway, Hagar made the move on Britt for the lead on Lap 18.

“The cautions are what helped me get by Landon. I feel like he had the best car, but once we got in clean air, my car was pretty good,” said Derek of the run to the win. “I built this kid his first racecar and he’s improved every year, and to be out here leading a National Tour race, his win’s coming. I hate that I had to be the one to pass him, but it’s nice having DHR Suspension and DynoTech Power running one/two tonight.”

Pulling away from the No. 10 over the closing laps, Hagar hit the finish with 1.541-seconds of breathing room.

Landon Britt’s fourth A-Feature appearance with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, the runner-up is his first podium appearance, top five, and second top ten. Taking off from the pole, Oklahoma’s Ryan Timms slipped to fourth, with Aaron Reutzel missing the position by 0.001-seconds. Wayne Johnson held on to fifth.

Dale Howard crossed sixth from 10th with Brandon Anderson seventh. Howard Moore crossed eighth with Garet Williamson ninth. Docked to 16th for changing his engine following his Heat Race, Seth Bergman made up six positions to complete the top ten.

The field Friday night numbered 47.

The night’s overall quick time was 12.002-seconds, set to Seth Bergman. Dropping the field into five SCE Gaskets Heat Races, those wins went to Derek Hagar, Tim Crawley, Garet Williamson, Dale Howard, and Dustin Gates. A pair of BMRS B-Features were topped by Blake Hahn and Jeffrey Newell. Provisional starts went to Ryan Bickett and Matt Covington.

The Hammer Hill Showdown continues on Saturday, March 26, 2022. Gates open at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 7:30 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 with Kids 12 and under admitted free into the Grandstands.

I-30 Speedway is located on the I-30 Frontage Road, eastbound at Exit 126. More information on the Speedway is at https://www.i-30speedway.com or by calling (501) 455-4567.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour ASCS Mid-South Region I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Ark.) Friday, March 25, 2022

Car Count: 47

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 3M-Howard Moore, 12.105[7]; 2. 8-Aaron Reutzel, 12.119[6]; 3. 9JR-Derek Hagar, 12.324[1]; 4. G6-Cody Gardner, 12.509[10]; 5. 15J-Jeremy Middleton, 12.607[9]; 6. 88-Travis Reber, 12.690[4]; 7. 13C-Chase Howard, 12.800[8]; 8. 44R-Ronny Howard, 00:12.850[2]; 9. 38-Rick Pringle, 13.148[3]; 10. 6T-Christopher Townsend, 13.186[5]

Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 10-Landon Britt, 12.285[1]; 2. 95-Matt Covington, 12.334[4]; 3. 24T-Christopher Thram, 12.400[5]; 4. 1X-Tim Crawley, 12.421[3]; 5. 22S-Slater Helt, 12.465[7]; 6. 27-Austin Wood, 12.591[2]; 7. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 12.623[8]; 8. 19-Jason Long, 13.048[6]; 9. 12-Jeffrey Newell, 13.103[9]; 10. 5L-Dusty Young, 13.103[10]

Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman, 12.002[4]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn, 12.226[5]; 3. 44-Chris Martin, 12.334[2]; 4. 24-Garet Williamson, 12.392[6]; 5. 98P-Miles Paulus, 12.459[1]; 6. X-Charlie Louden, 12.495[3]; 7. 99-Blake Jenkins, 13.384[9]; 8. 2D-Dylan Opdahl, 13.958[8]; 9. 85-Josh McCord, 19.560[7]

Qualifying 4 (3 Laps): 1. 5T-Ryan Timms, 12.304[8]; 2. 36-Jason Martin, 12.499[6]; 3. 22-Riley Goodno, 12.535[2]; 4. 47-Dale Howard, 12.569[7]; 5. 2-Chase Porter, 12.609[1]; 6. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 12.794[4]; 7. 24W-Jeffrey West Jr, 12.845[3]; 8. 91A-Ernie Ainsworth, 13.093[9]; 9. 21B-Brandon Hinkle, 14.054[5]

Qualifying 5 (3 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 12.164[2]; 2. 47X-Dylan Westbrook, 12.228[7]; 3. 187-Landon Crawley, 12.443[4]; 4. 6-Dustin Gates, 12.455[8]; 5. 14E-Kyle Bellm, 12.559[9]; 6. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 12.714[1]; 7. 71-Bradyn Baker, 12.737[3]; 8. 10P-Dylan Postier, 12.897[5]; 9. 21K-Kevin Hinkle, 13.075[6]

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Top 16 in combined Qualifying and Passing Points advance to the A-Feature)

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 9JR-Derek Hagar[2]; 2. 8-Aaron Reutzel[3]; 3. 3M-Howard Moore[4]; 4. 6T-Christopher Townsend[10]; 5. 15J-Jeremy Middleton[5]; 6. G6-Cody Gardner[1]; 7. 13C-Chase Howard[7]; 8. 88-Travis Reber[6]; 9. 44R-Ronny Howard[8]; 10. 38-Rick Pringle[9]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 1X-Tim Crawley[1]; 2. 10-Landon Britt[4]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson[7]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[3]; 5. 22S-Slater Helt[5]; 6. 12-Jeffrey Newell[9]; 7. 19-Jason Long[8]; 8. 27-Austin Wood[6]; 9. 24T-Christopher Thram[2]; 10. (DNS) 5L-Dusty Young

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 24-Garet Williamson[1]; 2. 23-Seth Bergman[4]; 3. 44-Chris Martin[2]; 4. X-Charlie Louden[6]; 5. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 6. 99-Blake Jenkins[7]; 7. 85-Josh McCord[9]; 8. 98P-Miles Paulus[5]; 9. 2D-Dylan Opdahl[8]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 47-Dale Howard[1]; 2. 5T-Ryan Timms[4]; 3. 36-Jason Martin[3]; 4. 91A-Ernie Ainsworth[8]; 5. 22-Riley Goodno[2]; 6. 17B-Ryan Bickett[6]; 7. 21B-Brandon Hinkle[9]; 8. 24W-Jeffrey West Jr[7]; 9. 2-Chase Porter[5]

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 6-Dustin Gates[1]; 2. 2C-Wayne Johnson[4]; 3. 187-Landon Crawley[2]; 4. 71-Bradyn Baker[7]; 5. 14E-Kyle Bellm[5]; 6. 10P-Dylan Postier[8]; 7. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[3]; 8. 45X-Kyler Johnson[6]; 9. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[9]

BMRS B-Features (Top 3 from each advance)

B-Main 1 (12 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 2. 187-Landon Crawley[1]; 3. G6-Cody Gardner[7]; 4. 14E-Kyle Bellm[5]; 5. 17B-Ryan Bickett[8]; 6. 15J-Jeremy Middleton[4]; 7. 22-Riley Goodno[6]; 8. 45X-Kyler Johnson[12]; 9. 2D-Dylan Opdahl[14]; 10. 13C-Chase Howard[10]; 11. 24T-Christopher Thram[15]; 12. 19-Jason Long[9]; 13. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[13]; 14. 88-Travis Reber[11]; 15. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 16. (DNS) 5L-Dusty Young

B-Main 2 (12 Laps): 1. 12-Jeffrey Newell[2]; 2. 91A-Ernie Ainsworth[3]; 3. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[9]; 4. 85-Josh McCord[7]; 5. 10P-Dylan Postier[5]; 6. 2-Chase Porter[14]; 7. 98P-Miles Paulus[12]; 8. 99-Blake Jenkins[6]; 9. 38-Rick Pringle[15]; 10. 27-Austin Wood[11]; 11. 44R-Ronny Howard[13]; 12. X-Charlie Louden[1]; 13. 22S-Slater Helt[4]; 14. 21B-Brandon Hinkle[8]; 15. 24W-Jeffrey West Jr[10]

A-Feature

A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 9JR-Derek Hagar[5]; 2. 10-Landon Britt[2]; 3. 5T-Ryan Timms[1]; 4. 8-Aaron Reutzel[4]; 5. 2C-Wayne Johnson[3]; 6. 47-Dale Howard[10]; 7. 55B-Brandon Anderson[6]; 8. 3M-Howard Moore[9]; 9. 24-Garet Williamson[11]; 10. 23-Seth Bergman[16]; 11. 36-Jason Martin[12]; 12. 52-Blake Hahn[17]; 13. 187-Landon Crawley[19]; 14. 6-Dustin Gates[13]; 15. 1X-Tim Crawley[8]; 16. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[22]; 17. 6T-Christopher Townsend[7]; 18. 17B-Ryan Bickett[24]; 19. 44-Chris Martin[14]; 20. 71-Bradyn Baker[15]; 21. G6-Cody Gardner[21]; 22. 95-Matt Covington[23]; 23. 12-Jeffrey Newell[18]; 24. 91A-Ernie Ainsworth[20]

Lap Leader(s): Landon Britt 1-17; Derek Hagar 18-25 Hard Charger: Seth Bergman +6 Quick Time: Seth Bergman 12.002 seconds High Point Driver: Landon Britt Provisional(s): Matt Covington (Points); Ryan Bickett (Points)

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 1 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil’s Bowl Speedway); Derek Hagar – 1 (3/25 – I-30 Speedway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Wayne Johnson 405; 2. Seth Bergman 390; 3. Blake Hahn 361; 4. Dylan Westbrook 342; 5. Jason Martin 340; 6. Ryan Timms 335; 7. Garet Williamson 317; 8. Tim Crawley 300; 9. Landon Britt 296; 10. Chris Martin 284;

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs] Instagram: LucasOilASCS Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

2p - Chase Porter (St. Joseph, MO) (R) 10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R) 10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R) 17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD) 23 - Seth Bergman (Snohomishsh, WA) 24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO) 36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R) 45x - Kyler Johson (Quinter, KS) (R) 47x - Dylan Westbrook (Scotland, ONT. Can) 52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK) 55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) 95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

Sponsors:

The American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products (https://lucasoil.com) and presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network (https://www.mavtv.com). Heat Races are presented by SCE Gaskets (https://www.scegaskets.com), B-Features are sponsored by BMRS (https://www.bmrs.net).

All Champions of the American Sprint Car Series, from National to Regional Tours, will receive a new Superior Steering Wheel (https://superiorsteeringwheel.com).

 

 

ASCS CAS Non-Wing Sprint Cars Back In Action This Saturday

Bryan Hulbert – CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (March 23, 2022) Ready for the fourth round of the 2022 season, the ASCS CAS Non-Wing Sprint Cars return to action this Saturday, March 26 at Central Arizona Speedway for the Cactus Clash presented by Sands Chevrolet.

Undefeated so far, R.J. Johnson’s three wins give him a 67-point advantage going into this weekend. Jonas Reynolds holds second with Sterling Cling third. Series Rookie, James Webster, holds the fourth position with Wayne Siddle fifth.

Saturday, March 26 will feature Power 600 Series Micros, Arizona Champ Karts, Pure Stocks, and Bombers in addition to the ASCS CAS Non-Wing Sprint Cars.

Tickets are $20 for adults and free for kids 11 and under. Pits are $35 with Kids six and under free. Grandstands open at 4:00 P.M. Pits open at 3:00 P.M. (MT). Cars hit the track at 6:00 P.M. (MT).

Central Arizona Speedway is located at 512 Eleven Mile Corner in Casa Grande, Ariz. For more information and directions, call (520) 709-0718 or log onto http://www.centralarizonaspeedway.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

I-30 Speedway Next For The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series

Bryan Hulbert - LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (March 22, 2022) Back to where it all began, the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network will take on I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Ark. on Friday, March 25, and Saturday, March 26.

Almost to the day since the inaugural event, the first ASCS race was held on March 28, 1992, with Wally Henson picking up the win.

Rounds three and four on the 2022 season, this weekend is the 83rd and 84th National Tour events held at the Arkansas quarter mile since the National Tour began in 1993. Including 1992's series of events, that jumps the total to Races 105 and 106, respectively.

Leading the National Tour into this weekend is Washington's, Seth Bergman.

A fourth place and a win this past weekend at the Devil's Bowl Speedway, Bergman is tied with Oklahoma's Wayne Johnson for the point's lead. With Wayne running a scattered schedule in 2022, Seth's next challenger is defending Series, and Short Track Nationals Champion, Blake Hahn, who is 25 points removed in fourth place. Sam Hafertepe, Jr., who, like Wayne, is running various events this year, sits third in points. Fellow Hills Racing Team driver, Dylan Westbrook, holds fifth.

Scott Bogucki, who has shifted gears to a full-time All Star ride in 2022, is currently sixth, followed by Jason Martin, who, despite three National wins, is in contention for and is leading the Brodix National Rookie of the Year. John Carney II, Tucker Doughty, and Chase Randall complete the tour's top ten.

Joined by the Lucas Oil National Open Wheel 600 Series presented by Hi-Plains Building Division, the small cars will feature Non-Wing, A-Class, and Restricted both nights, as well as Factory Stocks. The weekend also kicks off the 2022 season for the ASCS Mid-South Region.

Friday, March 25, and Saturday, March 26, open at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 7:30 P.M. (CDT). Tickets per day are $20 with Kids 12 and under admitted free into the Grandstands.

I-30 Speedway is located on the I-30 Frontage Road, eastbound at Exit 126. More information on the Speedway is at https://www.i-30speedway.com or by calling (501) 455-4567.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Quick Check:

Who: Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series
What: Hammer Hill Showdown
Where: I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Ark.)
When: Friday, March 25, and Saturday, March 26

Times and Other Info (Both Days):

Pits: 4:00 P.M.
Grandstands: 5:00 P.M.
Draw: 5:15 PM – 5:45 PM
Driver’s Meeting: 6:00 P.M.
Hot Laps: 6:45 P.M.
Racing: 7:30 P.M.

Muffler Rule: ASCS Schoenfeld Muffler Required
RACEceiver: 454.000

Prices:

Pit Pass: $35 (Per Day)
Grandstand Admission: $20, Kids 12 & under free (Per Day)

Contact Info: I-30 Speedway

Phone: (501) 455-4567
Address: 12297 I-30 # A, Little Rock, AR 72209
Website: http://www.i-30speedway.com
Social Media: http://www.facebook.com/I-30-Speedway-132861716779250

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs]
Instagram: LucasOilASCS
Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com
Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

2 - Chase Porter (St. Joseph, MO) (R)
2x – Tucker Doughty (Sunnyvale, TX)
10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)
10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)
17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)
23 - Seth Bergman (Snohomishsh, WA)
24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)
36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)
45x - Kyler Johson (Quinter, KS) (R)
47x - Dylan Westbrook (Scotland, ONT. Can)
52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)
55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)
95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

 

 

Seth Bergman Wins At The Devil’s Bowl

Bryan Hulbert – MESQUITE, Texas (March 19, 2022) Leading start to finish at the Devil’s Bowl Speedway, Washington’s Seth Bergman captured his 15th career victory with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network.

With the win, Seth Bergman is tied with Wayne Johnson for the National Tour point’s lead.

Keeping glued to the bottom of the half-mile oval, Bergman was stalked start to finish by Sam Hafertepe, Jr. Taking a couple of shots at the lead on the narrow racing line, the chance to make the pass never presented itself as the leaders paced through lapped traffic.

Tire smoke the entire final lap, Bergman took the win by 0.809-seconds. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. grabbed second with Tony Bruce, Jr. third. Taking the win Friday night, Wayne Johnson rolled to a fourth-place finish with Scott Bogucki fifth.

Tucker Doughty crossed sixth with Dylan Westbrook seventh. John Carney II was eighth, followed by Blake Hahn and Jason Martin to complete the top ten.

A field of 46 drivers was on hand for the second night of the Devil’s Bowl Spring Nationals. The Driver’s Project quick time was Sam Hafertepe, Jr. with a lap time of 16.268-seconds. SCE Gaskets Heat Races numbered six with wins going to Scott Bogucki, Seth Bergman, John Carney II, Tucker Doughty, Ryan Bickett, and Landon Crawley. BMRS B-Features were topped by Kyler Johnson and Chase Randall. One provisional was used by Travis Reber.

The next event for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series is Friday, March 25, and Saturday, March 26 at I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Ark. Races at Superbowl Speedway on Thursday unfortunately cannot be run.

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour
ASCS Lone Star Region
Devil's Bowl Speedway (Mesquite, Texas)
Saturday, March 19, 2022

Car Count: 46

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 7M-Chance Morton, 16.444[3]; 2. 10-Landon Britt, 16.449[8]; 3. 47X-Dylan Westbrook, 16.500[7]; 4. 84-Scott Bogucki, 16.530[5]; 5. 2W-Whit Gastineau, 16.612[6]; 6. 4H-Cody Hansen, 16.736[1]; 7. 33C-Casey Carter, 17.271[2]; 8. 5T-Ryan Timms, 17.383[4]

Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 2B-Brett Becker, 16.311[5]; 2. 8M-Kade Morton, 16.475[6]; 3. 23-Seth Bergman, 16.600[2]; 4. 36-Jason Martin, 16.667[8]; 5. 0-Eric Baldaccini, 16.689[1]; 6. 45B-Casey Burkham, 16.935[7]; 7. 27T-Timothy Watson III, 17.077[4]; 8. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 17.525[3]

Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, 16.268[2]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn, 16.502[7]; 3. 09-Matt Juhl, 16.531[5]; 4. 22-John Carney II, 16.540[3]; 5. 11-Roger Crockett, 16.565[1]; 6. 24-Garet Williamson, 16.630[4]; 7. 50Z-Zach Chappell, 16.846[6]; 8. 2P-Chase Porter, 17.512[8]

Qualifying 4 (3 Laps): 1. 9-Chase Randall, 16.501[6]; 2. 22J-Jax Redline, 16.523[1]; 3. 2X-Tucker Doughty, 16.931[3]; 4. 10P-Dylan Postier, 16.943[2]; 5. 24T-Christopher Thram, 17.404[4]; 6. 2-Dylan Opdahl, 17.507[8]; 7. 88-Travis Reber, 17.551[5]; 8. 95-Matt Covington, 17.772[7]

Qualifying 5 (3 Laps): 1. 12H-Tony Bruce Jr, 16.885[5]; 2. 1Z-Justin Zimmerman, 17.078[3]; 3. 9C-Brenham Crouch, 17.101[4]; 4. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 17.225[1]; 5. 45-Martin Edwards, 17.694[7]; 6. 25B-Blaine Baxter, 18.159[6]; 7. (DNS) 1J-Danny Jennings, 18.159

Qualifying 6 (3 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 16.682[3]; 2. 1X-Tim Crawley, 16.775[2]; 3. 44-Chris Martin, 16.942[5]; 4. 187-Landon Crawley, 17.129[4]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 17.623[7]; 6. 1HA-Caleb Saiz, 17.762[6]; 7. 42P-Preston Perlmutter, 18.103[1]

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Top 16 in combined Qualifying and Passing Points advance to the A-Feature)

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 84-Scott Bogucki[1]; 2. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[2]; 3. 10-Landon Britt[3]; 4. 2W-Whit Gastineau[5]; 5. 7M-Chance Morton[4]; 6. 5T-Ryan Timms[8]; 7. 4H-Cody Hansen[6]; 8. 33C-Casey Carter[7]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[2]; 2. 36-Jason Martin[1]; 3. 8M-Kade Morton[3]; 4. 0-Eric Baldaccini[5]; 5. 2B-Brett Becker[4]; 6. 45B-Casey Burkham[6]; 7. 45X-Kyler Johnson[8]; 8. 27T-Timothy Watson III[7]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 22-John Carney II[1]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[4]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 4. 09-Matt Juhl[2]; 5. 24-Garet Williamson[6]; 6. 11-Roger Crockett[5]; 7. 2P-Chase Porter[8]; 8. 50Z-Zach Chappell[7]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 2X-Tucker Doughty[2]; 2. 10P-Dylan Postier[1]; 3. 95-Matt Covington[8]; 4. 9-Chase Randall[4]; 5. 22J-Jax Redline[3]; 6. 24T-Christopher Thram[5]; 7. 88-Travis Reber[7]; 8. 2-Dylan Opdahl[6]

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 17B-Ryan Bickett[1]; 2. 12H-Tony Bruce Jr[4]; 3. 45-Martin Edwards[5]; 4. 9C-Brenham Crouch[2]; 5. 1Z-Justin Zimmerman[3]; 6. 25B-Blaine Baxter[6]; 7. (DNS) 1J-Danny Jennings

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 187-Landon Crawley[1]; 2. 2C-Wayne Johnson[4]; 3. 44-Chris Martin[2]; 4. 1X-Tim Crawley[3]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson[5]; 6. 1HA-Caleb Saiz[6]; 7. 42P-Preston Perlmutter[7]

BMRS B-Features (Top 3 from each advance)

B-Main 1 (12 Laps): 1. 45X-Kyler Johnson[11]; 2. 44-Chris Martin[2]; 3. 24-Garet Williamson[6]; 4. 10P-Dylan Postier[1]; 5. 09-Matt Juhl[5]; 6. 7M-Chance Morton[4]; 7. 2W-Whit Gastineau[3]; 8. 1Z-Justin Zimmerman[7]; 9. 88-Travis Reber[12]; 10. 55B-Brandon Anderson[8]; 11. 27T-Timothy Watson III[14]; 12. 4H-Cody Hansen[13]; 13. 2-Dylan Opdahl[15]; 14. 25B-Blaine Baxter[9]; 15. 11-Roger Crockett[10]

B-Main 2 (12 Laps): 1. 9-Chase Randall[1]; 2. 1X-Tim Crawley[2]; 3. 5T-Ryan Timms[7]; 4. 2B-Brett Becker[4]; 5. 9C-Brenham Crouch[5]; 6. 2P-Chase Porter[11]; 7. 22J-Jax Redline[6]; 8. 50Z-Zach Chappell[14]; 9. 24T-Christopher Thram[10]; 10. 1HA-Caleb Saiz[9]; 11. 45B-Casey Burkham[8]; 12. 42P-Preston Perlmutter[12]; 13. 0-Eric Baldaccini[3]; 14. 33C-Casey Carter[13]; 15. 1J-Danny Jennings[15]

A-Feature

A-Main (20 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[1]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[4]; 3. 12H-Tony Bruce Jr[2]; 4. 2C-Wayne Johnson[3]; 5. 84-Scott Bogucki[10]; 6. 2X-Tucker Doughty[5]; 7. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[11]; 8. 22-John Carney II[8]; 9. 52-Blake Hahn[14]; 10. 36-Jason Martin[16]; 11. 1X-Tim Crawley[20]; 12. 9-Chase Randall[18]; 13. 17B-Ryan Bickett[7]; 14. 24-Garet Williamson[21]; 15. 5T-Ryan Timms[22]; 16. 45-Martin Edwards[12]; 17. 187-Landon Crawley[9]; 18. 44-Chris Martin[19]; 19. 8M-Kade Morton[13]; 20. 45X-Kyler Johnson[17]; 21. 10-Landon Britt[15]; 22. 88-Travis Reber[23]; 23. 95-Matt Covington[6]

Lap Leader(s): Seth Bergman 1-20
Hard Charger: Tim Crawley +9
Quick Time: Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 16.268-seconds
High Point Driver: Sam Hafertepe, Jr.
Provisional(s):Travis Reber (Points)

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 1 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (3/19 – Devil’s Bowl Speedway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Seth Bergman 280; 2. Wayne Johnson 280; 3. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 277; 4. Blake Hahn 255; 5. Dylan Westbrook 244; 6. Scott Bogucki 244; 7. Jason Martin 232; 8. John Carney II 229; 9. Tucker Doughty 228; 10. Chase Randall 210;

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs]
Instagram: LucasOilASCS
Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com
Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

2p - Chase Porter (St. Joseph, MO) (R)
10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)
10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)
17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)
23 - Seth Bergman (Snohomishsh, WA)
24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)
36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)
45x - Kyler Johson (Quinter, KS) (R)
47x - Dylan Westbrook (Scotland, ONT. Can)
52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)
55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)
95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

 

 

Wayne Johnson Wins Lucas Oil ASCS Season Opener At The Devil’s Bowl

Bryan Hulbert – MESQUITE, Texas (March 18, 2022) Taking the green in his 511th A-Feature with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, Oklahoma's Wayne Johnson captured the lead from Sam Hafertepe, Jr. in traffic on Lap 19 for his 10th career National Tour win at the Devil's Bowl Speedway in the Outlaw Wings/JRS Trucking No. 2c.

Pushing his overall win total to 55 with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, Johnson rolled second to Hafertepe from the start.

Keeping the No. 2c at bay through three cautions, traffic came into play with ten laps to go. Picking through the back-markers, Hafertepe was hard on the brakes to avoid a car changing lines working Lap 19. Stripping the No. 15h of his momentum, that opened the door for Johnson.

Shooting past the No. 15h to lead, Johnson was not out of the woods as the race for the lead tightened further, with Seth Bergman and Blake Hahn joining the battle. Keeping to the hub of the half-mile oval, Johnson was able to slip by and gain some breathing room.

Changing tactics over the final five-lap, Blake Hahn shot to the cushion. Getting around Bergman and Hafertepe for second, Blake ran up on Wayne as the white flag waved. Making one final run through the final two turns, Johnson held off the last corner charge by 0.386-seconds.

Hahn in second was followed by Sam Hafertepe, Jr., who battled back and forth with Seth Bergman for the final podium step. Relegating the No. 23 to fourth, the fifth spot went to Dylan Westbrook. Sixth went to Jason Martin, with Scott Bogucki seventh. Moving up from 14th, South Dakota's Matt Juhl crossed eighth, followed by John Carney II and Justin Zimmerman to complete the top ten.

The opening night of the 2022 season saw 46 drivers on hand. SCE Gaskets Heat Race wins went to John Carney II, Brandon Anderson, Wayne Johnson, Jason Martin, Justin Zimmerman, and Scott Bogucki. A pair of BMRS B-Features was won by Roger Crockett and Chris Martin. Provisional starts were used by Ryan Bickett and Travis Reber.

The 49th Devil's Bowl Spring Nationals continues Saturday, March 19. Pits will clear at Noon with Grandstands again opening at 5:00 P.M. Racing begins at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Support divisions include IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Cars, Limited Modifieds, Modifieds, and Factory Stocks.

Tickets are $25 for adults, $15 for Seniors (60+), $15 for Military and Youth (13-15), and free for Kids 12 and under. Pit Passes are $35. Devil's Bowl Speedway is located at 1711 Lawson Rd. in Mesquite, Texas. For tickets and directions, log onto http://www.devilsbowl.com or call (972) 222-2421.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour ASCS Lone Star Region Devil's Bowl Speedway (Mesquite, Texas) Friday, March 18, 2022

Car Count: 46

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 22-John Carney II, 15.128[5]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn, 15.306[2]; 3. 8M-Kade Morton, 15.649[3]; 4. 9C-Brenham Crouch, 15.789[7]; 5. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 15.912[8]; 6. 1X-Tim Crawley, 16.452[6]; 7. 4H-Cody Hansen, 16.857[1]; 8. 2B-Brett Becker, 16.857[4]

Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 0-Eric Baldaccini, 15.033[8]; 2. 23-Seth Bergman, 15.080[2]; 3. 44-Chris Martin, 15.202[1]; 4. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 15.323[7]; 5. 7M-Chance Morton, 15.450[5]; 6. 45-Martin Edwards, 15.608[6]; 7. 187-Landon Crawley, 15.807[3]; 8. 2-Dylan Opdahl, 16.600[4]

Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 14.846[8]; 2. 9-Chase Randall, 15.196[7]; 3. 5T-Ryan Timms, 15.205[5]; 4. 2X-Tucker Doughty, 15.234[4]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 15.265[2]; 6. 10P-Dylan Postier, 15.459[6]; 7. 22J-Jax Redline, 15.492[1]; 8. 27T-Timothy Watson III, 17.847[3]

Qualifying 4 (3 Laps): 1. 11-Roger Crockett, 14.675[6]; 2. 36-Jason Martin, 14.957[7]; 3. 10-Landon Britt, 15.017[3]; 4. 45B-Casey Burkham, 15.018[2]; 5. 50Z-Zach Chappell, 15.290[5]; 6. 33C-Casey Carter, 15.436[1]; 7. 95-Matt Covington, 17.603[4]; 8. (DNS) 71W-Weston Gorham, 17.603

Qualifying 5 (3 Laps): 1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook, 14.851[7]; 2. 24-Garet Williamson, 14.935[5]; 3. 1Z-Justin Zimmerman, 15.128[2]; 4. 24T-Christopher Thram, 15.132[6]; 5. 88-Travis Reber, 15.417[3]; 6. 1HA-Caleb Saiz, 15.629[4]; 7. 42P-Preston Perlmutter, 15.707[1]

Qualifying 6 (3 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, 14.634[2]; 2. 09-Matt Juhl, 15.061[1]; 3. 2P-Chase Porter, 15.200[4]; 4. 84-Scott Bogucki, 15.231[5]; 5. 25B-Blaine Baxter, 15.322[6]; 6. 1J-Danny Jennings, 15.338[7]; 7. 91-Zach Pringle, 15.703[3]

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Top 16 in combined Qualifying and Passing Points advance to the A-Feature)

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 22-John Carney II[4]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 3. 1X-Tim Crawley[6]; 4. 9C-Brenham Crouch[1]; 5. 17B-Ryan Bickett[5]; 6. 8M-Kade Morton[2]; 7. 4H-Cody Hansen[7]; 8. 2B-Brett Becker[8]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 2. 23-Seth Bergman[3]; 3. 44-Chris Martin[2]; 4. 7M-Chance Morton[5]; 5. 0-Eric Baldaccini[4]; 6. 187-Landon Crawley[7]; 7. 45-Martin Edwards[6]; 8. 2-Dylan Opdahl[8]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson[4]; 2. 2X-Tucker Doughty[1]; 3. 9-Chase Randall[3]; 4. 5T-Ryan Timms[2]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson[5]; 6. 10P-Dylan Postier[6]; 7. 22J-Jax Redline[7]; 8. 27T-Timothy Watson III[8]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin[1]; 2. 50Z-Zach Chappell[3]; 3. 95-Matt Covington[5]; 4. 11-Roger Crockett[4]; 5. 10-Landon Britt[2]; 6. 33C-Casey Carter[6]; 7. 45B-Casey Burkham[7]; 8. 71W-Weston Gorham[8]

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 1Z-Justin Zimmerman[2]; 2. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[4]; 3. 24T-Christopher Thram[1]; 4. 24-Garet Williamson[3]; 5. 1HA-Caleb Saiz[6]; 6. 42P-Preston Perlmutter[7]; 7. 88-Travis Reber[5]

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 84-Scott Bogucki[1]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[4]; 3. 09-Matt Juhl[3]; 4. 25B-Blaine Baxter[5]; 5. 2P-Chase Porter[2]; 6. 1J-Danny Jennings[6]; 7. 91-Zach Pringle[7]

BMRS B-Features (Top 3 from each advance)

B-Main 1 (12 Laps): 1. 11-Roger Crockett[1]; 2. 24-Garet Williamson[2]; 3. 0-Eric Baldaccini[4]; 4. 24T-Christopher Thram[3]; 5. 1HA-Caleb Saiz[5]; 6. 187-Landon Crawley[8]; 7. 45-Martin Edwards[13]; 8. 2B-Brett Becker[14]; 9. 10-Landon Britt[7]; 10. 17B-Ryan Bickett[6]; 11. 22J-Jax Redline[12]; 12. 27T-Timothy Watson III[15]; 13. 10P-Dylan Postier[9]; 14. 1J-Danny Jennings[10]; 15. 45B-Casey Burkham[11]

B-Main 2 (12 Laps): 1. 44-Chris Martin[1]; 2. 7M-Chance Morton[2]; 3. 5T-Ryan Timms[4]; 4. 25B-Blaine Baxter[3]; 5. 2P-Chase Porter[7]; 6. 45X-Kyler Johnson[6]; 7. 8M-Kade Morton[10]; 8. 9C-Brenham Crouch[5]; 9. 42P-Preston Perlmutter[8]; 10. 4H-Cody Hansen[11]; 11. 2-Dylan Opdahl[14]; 12. 33C-Casey Carter[9]; 13. 88-Travis Reber[13]; 14. 91-Zach Pringle[12]; 15. 71W-Weston Gorham[15]

A-Feature

A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson[3]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[7]; 3. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[2]; 4. 23-Seth Bergman[8]; 5. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[1]; 6. 36-Jason Martin[6]; 7. 84-Scott Bogucki[9]; 8. 09-Matt Juhl[14]; 9. 22-John Carney II[4]; 10. 1Z-Justin Zimmerman[5]; 11. 11-Roger Crockett[17]; 12. 2X-Tucker Doughty[16]; 13. 9-Chase Randall[15]; 14. 24-Garet Williamson[19]; 15. 5T-Ryan Timms[22]; 16. 7M-Chance Morton[20]; 17. 44-Chris Martin[18]; 18. 0-Eric Baldaccini[21]; 19. 1X-Tim Crawley[11]; 20. 17B-Ryan Bickett[23]; 21. 55B-Brandon Anderson[10]; 22. 95-Matt Covington[13]; 23. 50Z-Zach Chappell[12]; 24. 88-Travis Reber[24]

Lap Leader(s): Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 1-18; Wayne Johnson 19-25 Hard Charger: Ryan Timms +7 Quick Time: 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, 14.634 High Point Driver: John Carney II Provisional(s): Ryan Bickett (Points) / Travis Reber (Points)

2022 Race Winners: Wayne Johnson – 1 (3/18 – Devil's Bowl Speedway);

2022 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Wayne Johnson 150; 2. Blake Hahn 142; 3. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 135; 4. Seth Bergman 130; 5. Dylan Westbrook 125; 6. Jason Martin 122; 7. Scott Bogucki 119; 8. Matt Juhl 116; 9. John Carney II 113; 10. Justin Zimmerman 110;

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs] Instagram: LucasOilASCS Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

2p - Chase Porter (St. Joseph, MO) (R) 10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R) 10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R) 17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD) 23 - Seth Bergman (Snohomishsh, WA) 24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO) 36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R) 45x - Kyler Johson (Quinter, KS) (R) 47x - Dylan Westbrook (Scotland, ONT. Can) 52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK) 55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) 95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

 

 

Brad Stuedle Taking Over As ASCS Warrior Region Director

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (March 14, 2022) Taking over the reins from long-time director, Larry Hol, the 2022 ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps season will be headed up by Brad Stuedle.

“I’m looking forward to the challenge. There is a lot that I’ve done, but things like scoring is something that I am going to have to learn and make sure I have someone there to help. The good thing is if I have any questions, I can call Larry and ask,” stated Brad of the new position within the Missouri-based tour.

"I don't think anyone could truly measure the impact that Larry has had in this industry," said ASCS Owner, Terry Mattox. "The knowledge he has of the sport, how things are done, his insight, and more importantly his friendship is going to missed at the track, but I understand his needing to step back. Family should always come first."

Better known as Dudley to many in the Missouri racing community, Brad started in racing in 1986 as a crew member and has worked behind the scenes as an official for over 20 years. Mainly working trackside and in the pits, this marks the first year that Brad will serve as a competition director.

“The great thing is, I have a lot of support. Everyone has been very open and that makes me feel better about taking things over. I’ve lived and breathed this series even before it was with ASCS, so I want to see it continue to thrive and grow.”

Teams and tracks with any questions can contact Brad at (573) 338-1026 or via email to orangeflag20@gmail.com. The 2022 season begins Saturday, April 23 at U.S. 36 Raceway in Osborn, Mo.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

2022 Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series Season Begins At The Devil’s Bowl

Bryan Hulbert – MESQUITE, Texas (March 14, 2022) The start of the 31st year of competition for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series is this Friday, March 18, and Saturday, March 29 with the 49th annual Devil’s Bowl Spring Nationals.

Marking the 102nd and 103rd National Tour events at the half-mile, 2021 visits to the Devil’s Bowl Speedway went to Washington’s J.J. Hickle. The first year the series has not been under Hahn ownership, Terry Mattox will be steering the ship and both owner and competition director. This weekend is also the debut of a new format for the National Tour.

“We’ve been running this format in the Lucas Oil NOW600 Series, and so far, it’s worked exactly how we wanted it to, so I’m pretty excited to see how it does this weekend,” stated Mattox. “It takes the draw out of the equation and puts a lot more back in the driver’s hands while not letting any single aspect determine your night.”

Format and rules are online at https://www.ascsracing.com/series-info/rules.aspx

Pits on Friday, March 18 open at Noon with Grandstands opening at 5:00 P.M. Racing begins at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Support divisions include IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Cars, Limited Modifieds, and Factory Stocks.

Saturday, March 19 will clear the Pits at Noon with Grandstands again opening at 5:00 P.M. Racing begins at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Support divisions include IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Cars, Limited Modifieds, Modifieds, and Factory Stocks.

Tickets each night are $25 for adults, $15 for Seniors (60+), $15 for Military and Youth (13-15), and free for Kids 12 and under. Pit Passes are $35.

Devil’s Bowl Speedway is located at 1711 Lawson Rd. in Mesquite, Texas. For tickets and directions, log onto http://www.devilsbowl.com or call (972) 222-2421.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Quick Check:

Who: Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series
What: 49th Devil’s Bowl Spring Nationals
Where: Devil’s Bowl Speedway (Mesquite, Texas)
When: Friday, March 18, and, Saturday, March 19

Times and Other Info:

Friday, March 18:

Pits: Noon
Grandstands: 5:00 P.M.
Draw: 5:45 PM – 6:15 PM
Driver’s Meeting: 6:30 P.M.
Hot Laps: 7:15 P.M.
Racing: 8:00 P.M.

Saturday, March 19

Pits: Noon
Grandstands: 5:00 P.M.
Draw: 4:45 PM – 5:15 PM
Driver’s Meeting: 5:30 P.M.
Hot Laps: 6:15 P.M.
Racing: 7:00 P.M.

Muffler Rule: ASCS Schoenfeld Muffler Required
RACEceiver: 1368

Prices:

Pit Pass: $35 (Per Day)
Grandstand Admission: $25, 12 & under free (Per Day)

Contact Info: Devil’s Bowl Speedway

Address: 1711 Lawson Rd. Mesquite, TX 75181
Phone: (972) 222-2421
Email: info@devilsbowl.com
Website: http://www.devilsbowl.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DevilsBowl/

Track History (Devil's Bowl Speedway):

ASCS National Tour Winners: Gary Wright -20, Jason Johnson -10, Wayne Johnson -9, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. -7, Kevin Ramey -4, Danny Jennings -3, Johnny Herrera -3, Roger Crockett -3, Sammy Swindell -3, Tony Bruce, Jr. -3, Travis Rilat -3, JJ Hickle – 3, Brian Brown -2, Garry Lee Maier -2, Jeff Swindell -2, John Carney II -2, Mike Peters -2, Shane Carson -2, Shane Stewart -2, Terry Gray -2, Aaron Reutzel -1, Alan Payne -1, Danny Lasoski -1, Edd French -1, Jack Dover -1, Jake Peters -1, Kyle Bellm -1, Larry Neighbors -1, Matt Covington -1, Mike Ward -1, Patrick Stasa -1, Scott Bogucki -1, Seth Bergman -1, Tim Crawley -1

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs [@lucasoilascs]
Instagram: LucasOilASCS
Broadcast: RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com
Live-Scoring [Where Applicable]: MRP Live

ASCS National Tour Drivers:

2 - Chase Porter (St. Joseph, MO) (R)
10 - Landon Britt (Atoka, TN) (R)
10p - Dylan Postier (Stillwater, OK) (R)
17b - Ryan Bickett (Romona, SD)
23 - Seth Bergman (Snohomishsh, WA)
24 - Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)
36 - Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) (R)
45x - Kyler Johson (Quinter, KS) (R)
47x - Dylan Westbrook (Scotland, ONT. Can)
52 - Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)
55b - Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)
95 - Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

 

 

Matt Covington Back On Lucas Oil ASCS Trail In 2022

Bryan Hulbert – GLENPOOL, Okla. (March 8, 2022) Coming off a year that saw Matt Covington in the hunt for a championship nearly the entire season, there is a lot to build on and a wave of momentum for the T&L Foundry/Missile Motorsports No. 95 going into the 2022 National Tour hunt with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series.

The ninth consecutive season that Matt Covington has taken on the National Tour, the off-season was spent fine-tuning. With Matthew Howard continuing his work on the No. 95, the team’s 2022 preparation began while he and Matt Covington each took a turn in the No. 95 at the close of last year.

“As soon as we got back from the race at Milton where Matthew won, we started prepping for this year. It’s kind of routine for me, but it was his first time in the shop going through the rebuild process, but we were able to get through everything, and I feel like we’re ready to go,” stated Covington.

Ending up third in tour standings last year, Covington, Hickle, and Hahn were in a whirlwind battle for the championship nearly the entire season before a couple of rough nights took Covington out of contention. Nevertheless, his season ended with four wins, 23 top five, and 30 top-ten finishes. One of the best, and most consistent seasons in Covington’s career.

“Trying to win the championship is always the toughest challenge, and last year we were right there. For me, I’m going to prepare for this year a lot how I did last year. Thankfully, we do have some new helps this year with Missile Motorsports coming on, plus being able to keep everyone who supported us last year so we’re able to do more and keep ourselves where we need to be.”

Still dealing with issues in his wrist, the original problem has more or less been fixed, but so many surgeries, the issue now is carpal tunnel in his left hand.

“There is a procedure they can do, but with the timing and everything during the off-season, I couldn’t get it done, so that is something I hope to do as soon as we get done this year. For now, I’m able to get a shot, and that pretty much gets me back to normal for a while.”

The Covington Motorsports No. 95 enters the season 11th in all-time A-Feature starts with 319. In those, he’s won 14 times, been on the podium 48 times, in the top five 97 times, and in the top tens 186 times. Looking forward to the 2022 season opener, things kick off at the Devil’s Bowl Speedway on Friday, March 18, and Saturday, March 19. Of all Matt Covington’s podium appearances, 10 have come at the half-mile, with a win in 2014 during the Winter Nationals.

Fans can keep up with Matt Covington online at http://www.mattcovingtonracing.com, on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/mattcovingtonracing, and at https://twitter.com/mattcovington95.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

Bogucki Bringing No. 84 To The 2022 Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour

Bryan Hulbert - MCLAREN VALE, S. AUST (March 9, 2022) Marking his fifth season of chasing the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, Australia’s Scott Bogucki will be doing so with a new look and his old number.

Bringing the No. 84 back to the track, there is a lot of emotion for Scott to run his number again.

“It bothered me to have to change, but sometimes you just have to, but this number feels like home,” explained Bogucki, who can track the number to his grandfather.

“That’s been my number and will always be my number. It’s different when you drive for other people, but that was my number in Go-Karts, and I started racing Sprint Cars with that number, so it’s pretty special to me.”

Keeping things the same beyond that with his setup, the team will continue to use Maxim Chassis with Ostrich power, Momentum Suspension, and Dissolvalloy. With the apparent goal of a championship, Scott is pleased with the layout of the 2022 schedule because it allows him to take in more events.”

“I want to run more 410cid shows. I say that every year, but this year I’m going to make that happen. The dream one day is to run the Outlaws. You can’t tell me otherwise, so besides winning the championship, adding those shows is a big goal, and 100%, the schedule makes it where we’re not stuck in like Billings, Mont. when there is an All-Star, Outlaw, or an IRA race on like a Wednesday near Des Moines where we can go run that, and not miss any of the championship races. I feel like it’s going to allow for everyone to race more and get home more.”

The most successful Australian driver in the history of the American Sprint Car Series, Bogucki has 120 A-Feature starts, 8 wins, 21 podiums, 34 top five, and 64 top-ten finishes.

Fans can keep up with Scott Bogucki at https://www.facebook.com/ScottBogucki89

The 2022 season begins Friday, March 18, and Saturday, March 19 at the Devil’s Bowl Spring Nationals.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans unable to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

Colton Hardy Dominates ASCS Southwest At Cocopah Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – SOMERTON, Ariz. (March 4, 2022) Adding a 13th win to his record with the ASCS Southwest Region, Colton Hardy dominated the final 17 laps at Cocopah Speedway Friday night to open the 2022 season for the Arizona based tour.

The win is the second time Hardy has topped the ASCS Southwest Region at Cocopah Speedway.

Getting the lead from Wes Wofford on Lap 9, the Advantage Glass and Storefront No. 41 was untouchable over the course of the non-stop feature event, winning by 6.592-seconds. Sammy Swindell crossed second with Washington’s Colby Thornhill third. Wes Wofford ended up fourth, with Nick Parker fifth.

The ASCS Southwest Region is back at Cocopah Speedway on Saturday, March 5. Gates open at 3:00 P.M. and Grandstands at 5:00 P.M. Racing gets underway at 7:00 P.M. (MT). Tickets are $20 for adults, Senior/Military are $18, and Kids 11 and Under) are free. Pit Passes are $35.

Those not able to attend can see this weekend’s races live on https://www.speedsport.tv.
Cocopah Speedway is located at County 15th & US 95 in Somerton, Ariz. For more information, log onto http://www.cocopahspeedway.com or call (602) 292-7607.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS Southwest Region
Cocopah Speedway (Somerton, Ariz.)
Friday, March 4, 2022

Car Count: 17

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 19G-Wes Wofford[1]; 2. 115-Nick Parker[2]; 3. 19-Colby Thornhill[6]; 4. 22S-Shane Redline[4]; 5. 22J-Jax Redline[3]; 6. 2-Alex Pettas[5]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 41-Colton Hardy[1]; 2. 01-Sammy Swindell[4]; 3. 18-Lorne Wofford[2]; 4. 2L-Logan Forler[5]; 5. 14-Cody Sickles[3]; 6. 57-Stevie Sussex III[6]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 8-Gary Taylor[1]; 2. 6-Logan Calderwood[2]; 3. 75X-JT Imperial[3]; 4. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[4]; 5. (DNS) 34-Sterling Cling

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 41-Colton Hardy[2]; 2. 01-Sammy Swindell[3]; 3. 19-Colby Thornhill[4]; 4. 19G-Wes Wofford[1]; 5. 115-Nick Parker[8]; 6. 8-Gary Taylor[7]; 7. 2L-Logan Forler[10]; 8. 6-Logan Calderwood[6]; 9. 2-Alex Pettas[16]; 10. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[12]; 11. 22J-Jax Redline[13]; 12. 14-Cody Sickles[14]; 13. 75X-JT Imperial[5]; 14. 18-Lorne Wofford[9]; 15. 22S-Shane Redline[11]; 16. 57-Stevie Sussex III[15]; 17. (DNS) 34-Sterling Cling

 

 

ASCS Southwest Kicking Off 2022 Season At Cocopah Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – SOMERTON, Ariz. (February 28, 2022) Lifting the lid on the 2022 season this Friday, March 4, and Saturday, March 5, the ASCS Southwest Region will invade Cocopah Speedway. Presented by Yuma Lumber, the two-night affair kicks off the 15th season of competition for the Arizona-based tour.

In the tour’s last visit to the three-eighths-mile oval in November, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. swept the weekend in the Hills Racing No. 15h.

Since the series began running Cocopah in 2012, there have been 13 different winners over the course of 21 events. Jason Johnson leads win stats at five, followed by Seth Bergman with three wins. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. and Rico Abreu each have two wins. Dustin Morgan, Danny Wood, Rick Ziehl, Shane Stewart, Lorne Wofford, Aaron Reutzel, Travis Rilat, Joey Saldana, and Colton Hardy each have one victory.

Looking to this Friday and Saturday, both nights will include IMCA Sport Mods and Sport Compacts. Mini Dwarfs will join the program on Saturday. Pits open at 3:00 P.M. and Grandstands at 5:00 P.M. Racing gets underway at 7:00 P.M. (MT). Tickets are $20 per day for adults, Senior/Military are $18, and Kids 11 and Under) are free. Pit Passes are $35.

Those not able to attend can see this weekend’s races live on https://www.speedsport.tv. Cocopah Speedway is located at County 15th & US 95 in Somerton, Ariz. For more information, log onto http://www.cocopahspeedway.com or call (602) 292-7607.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

Wingless Short Track Nationals This Weekend At I-30 Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (February 28, 2022) Readying for Round 2, the Wingless Short Track Nationals presented by KNP Painting kicks off the 2022 season for the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating this Friday, March 4, and Saturday, March 5.

The start of the tour’s eighth season of competition, going into the 2022 season, the tour has seen 36 different winners. Capturing the inaugural Wingless Short Track Nationals presented by KNP Painting, the win was Keith Martin’s eighth with the tour, netted him $5,000, and moved him to third all-time behind Paul White with 10 wins, and Justin Zimmerman with 13.

Offering $1,000 to win, $200 to start on Friday, the purse goes to $5,000 to win, $500 to start on Saturday. Driver entry forms are online at https://i-30speedway.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/I-30-Wingless-STN-2022-Entry-Form.pdf.

Friday, March 4 and Saturday, March 5 open at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 7:30 P.M. (CT). Tickets are $20 per day and free for Kids 12 and under. Both nights will include the Dixon Road U-Pull-It Factory Stocks.

I-30 Speedway is located on the I-30 Frontage Road, eastbound at Exit 126. More information on the Speedway can be found at https://www.i-30speedway.com or by calling (501) 455-4567.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Event Format:

Friday:

Friday heat races (7-9 cars per race) lined up according to pill draw. ASCS passing points in effect. Top 14 in passing/finishing points transfer directly to “A” Main with top six inverted. Balance go to “B” Main(s) as needed. If one “B” Main then six transfer. If two “B” Mains, then three transfer from each. If three “B” Mains, then two transfer from each.

Friday heat races – 8 laps

Friday “B” Main(s) – 10-12 laps based upon car count

Friday “A” Main – 20 laps

Friday “A” Feature points will be added to heat race passing points for event total. Friday feature points will be awarded as follows:

Friday A Feature Points: 1st – 100, 2nd – 95, 3rd – 91, 4th – 88, 5th – 85, 6th – 82, 7th – 79, 8th – 76, 9th – 73, 10th – 70, 11th – 68, 12th – 66, 13th – 64, 14th – 62, 15th - 60, 16th – 58th, 17th – 56, 18th – 54, 19th – 52, 20th – 50.

Friday B Main Non-Transfers – 1st - 48, 2nd - 46, 3rd - 44, etc.

Saturday:

Saturday heat races (7-9 cars per race) lined up according to pill draw. ASCS passing points in effect.

Saturday heat race passing/finishing points added to Friday night total to set Saturday feature lineups. Top 14 overall in Friday and Saturday points lock into Wingless STN Championship “A” Main, lined straight up. Balance go to “B” Main(s) as needed. If one “B” Main then six transfer. If two “B” Mains, then three transfer from each. If three “B” Mains, then two transfer from each.

Saturday heat races – 8 laps

Saturday “B” Main(s) – 10-12 laps based upon car count

Saturday “A” Main – 30 laps

The Regulations: The ASCS Elite Non-Wing series allows the right rear tire to be Racesaver, Medium, H15 or D25 and the left rear tire any Hoosier (no wide). The ASCS Elite Non-Wing series operates under an open engine package with a minimum weight of 1,450 lbs. Bleeders and cockpit adjusters are not permitted.

Inaugural Wingless Short Track Nationals feature results:

August 27, 2021 (Preliminary 20 Laps – Starting position in parentheses): 1. #1-Justin Zimmerman (1), 2. G6-Cody Gardner (3), 3. 44-Jason Howell (10), 4. 79-Keith Martin (2), 5. 81a-Chris Morgan (14), 6. 31-Mason Smith (5), 7. 24-Landon Simon (15), 8. 20-Shon Deskins (6), 9. 15J-Jeremy Middleton (12), 10. 48-Caden McCreary (17), 11. 14-Jordon Mallett (13), 12. 11w-Wyatt Burks (11), 13. 38-Zach Pringle (18), 14. 1-Paul White (8), 15. 9jr-Derek Hagar (16), 16. 3-Howard Moore (20), 17. 1x-Tim Crawley (19), 18. 16-Anthony Nicholson (7), 19. 47-Dale Howard (9), 20. 99x-Dalton Stevens (4). Lap Leaders: Justin Zimmerman 1-14, Cody Gardner 15-16, Zimmerman 17-20.

August 28, 2021 (Finale 30 Laps – Starting position in parentheses): 1. 79-Keith Martin (3), 2. 81a-Chris Morgan (4), 3. #1-Justin Zimmerman (1), 4. 20-Shon Deskins (6), 5. G6-Cody Gardner (7), 6. 31-Mason Smith (5), 7. 11w-Wyatt Burks (10), 8. 14-Jordon Mallett (9), 9. 38-Zach Pringle (14), 10. 44-Jason Howell (2), 11. 69-Jamey Mooney (19), 12. 1x-Tim Crawley (18), 13. 91-Michael Day (20), 14. 16-Anthony Nicholson (17), 15. 1-Paul White (12), 16. 2-Landon Crawley (15), 17. 15J-Jeremy Middleton (11), 18. 48-Caden McCreary (18), 19. 9jr-Derek Hagar (13), 20. 24-Landon Simon (8). Lap Leaders: Justin Zimmerman 1-15, Keith Martin 16-30.

 


 

R.J. Johnson Remains Perfect With ASCS CAS Non-Wing Sprint Cars

Bryan Hulbert – CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (February 26, 2022) Moving his record to 3-0 on the season with the ASCS CAS Non-Wing Sprint Cars, R.J. Johnson made it an even dozen career victories with the series on Saturday night at Central Arizona Speedway.

Rolling third to; first, Johnson was pursued to the line by Sterling Cling, who fought to second from the seventh starting spot. Jonas Reynolds crossed third, with Dustin Cormany and Logan Calderwood completing the top five.

Tuesday Calderwood crossed sixth with James Webster seventh from 14th. Bryan Ledbetter, Jr., Ronnie Clark, and Wayne Siddle made up the top ten.

The next outing for the ASCS CAS Non-Wing Sprint Cars at the Casa Grande oval is Saturday, March 26.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS CAS Non-Wing Central Arizona Speedway (Casa Grande, Ariz.) Saturday, February 26, 2022

Car Count: 15

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 29-Dustin Cormany[4]; 2. 34-Sterling Cling[2]; 3. 0-Jonas Reynolds[5]; 4. 51-RJ Johnson[8]; 5. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[6]; 6. 007-Wayne Siddle[1]; 7. (DNF) 61-Chad Stevens[7]; 8. (DQ) 9-Randy Nelson[3]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 7OH-Bryan Ledbetter Jr[1]; 2. 2-AJ Hernandez[4]; 3. 22AZ-Dustin Burkhart[5]; 4. 10-Jess Beckett[6]; 5. 6C-Logan Calderwood[7]; 6. (DNF) 6-Ronnie Clark[2]; 7. (DNF) 5AZ-James Webster[3]

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 51-RJ Johnson[3]; 2. 34-Sterling Cling[7]; 3. 0-Jonas Reynolds[2]; 4. 29-Dustin Cormany[6]; 5. 6C-Logan Calderwood[9]; 6. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[10]; 7. 5AZ-James Webster[14]; 8. 7OH-Bryan Ledbetter Jr[4]; 9. 6-Ronnie Clark[12]; 10. 007-Wayne Siddle[11]; 11. 9-Randy Nelson[15]; 12. 61-Chad Stevens[13]; 13. 2-AJ Hernandez[5]; 14. 10-Jess Beckett[8]; 15. (DNS) 22AZ-Dustin Burkhart


Kyler Johnson Taking On The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series In 2022

Bryan Hulbert – QUINTER, Kan. (February 25, 2022) Adding another Brodix National Rookie of the Year contender to the mix in 2022, Kansas native Kyler Johnson will hit the road with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series.

At 18-years old, Johnson is no stranger to racing. The son of six-time NCRA Champion, C.J. Johnson, Kyler began racing Go-Karts in 2016. Making the transition to Sprint Cars in 2019 with the Kansas-based United Rebel Sprint Series Kyler finished third in tour standings his first year, and in three years has not placed outside the top five.

“This year we decided it was time to move up to full-time 360 racing. When looking at schedules we were going to be at most of the National Tour races anyway so we might as well run for it all,” explained Johnson of the decision to run the full tour.

On his mindset going into the season, Kyler added, “I wouldn’t say I’m incredibly nervous but I’m ready and excited for the opportunity.”

Four Midget wins and a pair of Sprint Car victories to his credit going into the 2022 season, Kyler will pilot the KJR No. 45x. Major sponsors this season include Double Diamond Farms, BLE Farms, Swindell Speedlab, and Smoky Hill Ag. His crew will consist of his C.J. Johnson (Dad), Kahne Johnson (Brother), Tobe Blackwill, and a few here and there depending on the event.

Fans looking to keep up with Kyler can find him online at https://www.facebook.com/Kyler-Johnson-Racing-107541914365988.

The 2022 season begins Friday, March 18, and Saturday, March 19 at the Devil’s Bowl Spring Nationals.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

Chili Bowl Ticket Orders Begin March 2, 2022

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (February 23, 2022) When it seems like we just wrapped up one, it’s time to get ready for the next one. The 37th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire is set for January 9-14, 2023, but you’re going to need a ticket to get in, and that all kicks off Wednesday, March 2, 2022.

Starting at 9:00 A.M. (CT), all ticket orders will begin. This includes all new orders. Seats will be sold in six, five, and four-day packages. Four-day tickets are $240, five-day tickets are $300, and tickets for the full event are $365, plus tax (8.517%) and shipping, which is $7 for orders up to 15 tickets and $10 from 16 ticket orders and up.

Domestic orders not held in Will Call will be sent via USPS Certified Mail. Each order sent will require a signature upon arrival. All international orders will be kept in Will Call. The offices of the Chili Bowl Nationals are open Monday-Friday from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. (CT). Again, all new orders, as well as renewals, begin at the same time.

Current ticket holders will be sent a renewal form. Those can be returned to 1140 S. 83rd East Ave. Tulsa, OK 74112, or faxed to (918) 836-5517. Tickets can be purchased with Visa. MasterCard, Cash, Check, or Money Order. Orders will not be taken via email or social media.

To renew their seats, all current ticket holders have until Wednesday, April 13, 2022.
All orders are processed by hand. All renewals are processed first, then changes to those accounts, then new orders will be done in the order they were received until all tickets are sold. If a Reserved Seat ticket cannot be obtained, Pit Passes will be on sale at the event and never sell out. The Pit Pass double as a General Admission pass and allows fans access to the back straightaway on a first-come, first-served basis. Pit Passes are not sold in advance. The Chili Bowl Nationals does not sell tickets or Pit Passes online.

Times and other event information will be published as the event draws closer.
For continued updates on the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, fans can follow along on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram with @CBNationals. All official press, updates, and results on the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire can be found online at http://www.chilibowl.com.

Quick Notes:

What: 37th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire
When: January 9-14, 2023
Where: SageNet Center – Tulsa Expo Raceway 4145 E 21st St, Tulsa, OK 74114

Ticket Information:

Ticket Renewal Time Frame: March 2, 2022 – April 13, 2022
Four-Day Ticket: $240 (Wednesday-Saturday)
Five-Day Ticket: $300 (Tuesday-Saturday)
Six-Day Ticket: $365 (Monday-Saturday)
Plus tax and shipping

Contact:

Phone: (918) 838-3777
Fax: (918) 836-5517
Mail: 1140 S. 83rd East Ave. Tulsa, OK 74112
Orders are not taken via Social Media or Email

Chili Bowl Online:

Website: http://www.chilibowl.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/chilibowlnationals
Twitter: (@cbnationals)
Official Hashtag: #ChiliBowl2023
Instagram: cbnationals
Snap Chat: TheChiliBowl

Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals Champions:

Year - Driver (Owner)

2022 - Tanner Thorson (Andy Reinbold)
2021 - Kyle Larson (Kyle Larson Openwheel)
2020 - Kyle Larson (Kyle Larson Openwheel, LLC-Mike Larson)
2019 - Christopher Bell (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian)
2018 - Christopher Bell (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian)
2017 - Christopher Bell (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian)
2016 - Rico Abreu (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian)
2015 - Rico Abreu (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian)
2014 - Bryan Clauson (Joe Dooling/Rusty Kunz/Curb Records)
2013 - Kevin Swindell (Swindell Motorsports/Curb Records)
2012 - Kevin Swindell (Swindell Motorsports/Curb Records)
2011 - Kevin Swindell (Swindell Motorsports/Curb Records)
2010 - Kevin Swindell (Swindell Motorsports/Curb Records)
2009 - Sammy Swindell (Swindell Motorsports/Curb Records)
2008 - Damion Gardner (Jason Leffler)
2007 - Tony Stewart (Tony Stewart Motorsports)
2006 - Tim McCreadie (Steve Smith)
2005 - Tracy Hines (Wilke - Pak)
2004 - Cory Kruseman (Andy Bondio)
2003 - Dan Boorse (Dan Boorse)
2002 - Tony Stewart (Keith Kunz)
2001 - Jay Drake (Keith Kunz)
2000 - Cory Kruseman (Andy Bondio)
1999 - Dan Boorse (Dan Boorse)
1998 - Sammy Swindell (Pete Willoughby)
1997 - Billy Boat (John Lawson)
1996 - Sammy Swindell (Rusty Kunz / Jay McKinnie)
1995 - Donnie Beechler (Zarounian Motorsports)
1994 - Andy Hillenburg (Keith Kunz / Rusty Kunz)
1993 - Dave Blaney (Ralph Potter)
1992 - Sammy Swindell (Dave Ellis)
1991 - Lealand McSpadden (Andy Bondio)
1990 - John Heydenreich (Tony Finley)
1989 - Sammy Swindell (Jack Runyon)
1988 - Scott Hatton (Jerry Hatton)
1987 - Rich Vogler (Bob Lowe)

VIROC Champions: Justin Grant (2022), Christopher Bell (2021 and 2020), Tanner Thorson (2019 and 2016), Chad Boat (2018), Kyle Larson (2017 and 2014), Sammy Swindell (2015, 2012, 2011, 2009), Kevin Swindell (2013), Brad Loyet (2010)

Trade Show: A long-standing tradition at the Chili Bowl, the Trade Show, which is open to the public each day (Monday through Saturday), is free of charge. All variety of racing products, apparel, and more is available with well over 100 vendors. The Trade Show still has space available. Anyone looking to be a part of the Trade Show can contact the Chili Bowl office at 918-838-3777. The Trade Show covers approximately 20,000 square feet.

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Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the Chili Bowl Midget Nationals. More information about the products available from Lucas Oil can be found at http://www.lucasoil.com. General Tire is the presenting sponsor of the Chili Bowl. A complete inventory of tires offered by General Tire can be found at http://www.generaltire.com.

Vacuworx Global is the title sponsor of the VIROC which brings past Chili Bowl Champions as well as champions from around the world together for a single 20 lap race to see who is the best of the best. For more information about Vacuworx log onto www.vacuworx.com. For more information on past champions of the VIROC, log onto www.theviroc.com.

 

 

2022 Lucas Oil ASCS Action To Be Broadcast on RaceOnTexas and FloRacing

SPRING, Texas (Feb. 24, 2022) — Officials at Race On Texas have announced an agreement with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) to Live Stream the National tour in 2022. Events will be co-streamed on FloRacing.com, with the broadcast provided by Race On Texas.

Race On Texas will provide more than just the racing action with in-depth coverage of teams, and behind-the-scenes action on their website.

“We will embed with the series in 2022, recording the drivers and off-track action as well. All of this will be uploaded to both the ASCS Website, and RaceOnTexas.com’s new subscription dedicated to the ASCS Action.”

The deal was announced Thursday and will kick off on March 18 at Devil's Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, Texas.

The American Sprint Car Series is among the most competitive, talent-filled touring divisions in all of dirt track racing. In 2021, Blake Hahn, of Sapulpa, Okla. claimed the National points championship and will return to defend his crown in 2022.

This year's National event schedule features a whopping 57 races spread across 30 tracks in 11 states.

“This is without question a huge opportunity for RaceOnTexas to expand our reach, and do so by delivering an incredible product to fans across the country,” RaceOnTexas.com co-owner and founder Chris David said. “This series puts on a show, and we plan to convey that excitement to our viewers.

“As we've grown in recent years, adding more multi-cam broadcasts, lineup graphics, and Live Scoring, we've seen the deep passion for Sprint cars across our coverage area. This year, we'll get to capture that lightning-fast spectacle of speed and bring that action into more living rooms. I'm excited and proud.”

The ASCS family of touring series includes not only the big National Tour, but the CAS Non-Wing Sprints; the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Sprints; the Elite North Non-Wing Regional series; the ASCS Frontier Region series; along with the Sooner, Southwest, and Warrior regional tours.

“This is a large, highly-organized and comprehensive company that demands high-quality coverage of their events,” David added. “We know ASCS Sprint car fans will expect great coverage, and we plan to meet if not exceed their expectations in 2022. We're gearing up to do this right for the ASCS.”

To date, the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series has competed at over 150 tracks across 30 states since its inception in 1992. Over the years, the ASCS has sanctioned 200 events in Texas alone, with just over half of them (101) at the famed Devil's Bowl Speedway. Texas fans love their Sprint cars.

Race On Texas was founded in 2015 with the goal of providing on-demand video coverage at short tracks around South Texas. Live Streaming began in 2016, and by 2020 had grown to new heights. For 2022, the company has nearly 400 LIVE shows scheduled, a major increase from roughly 180 in 2021. The company has streamed events from tracks in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Oklahoma.

“The past two years have brought unprecedented growth to RaceOnTexas,” David continued. “My co-owner Harry and I are not content to stand still in this industry. We're striving to move forward, expand carefully in ways that make sense, and never lose focus that viewer satisfaction is the biggest priority.”

For more information, please go to http://www.raceontexas.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For fans not able to attend, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with RaceOnTexas.com on FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. RaceOnTexas.com All Access is $39.99 per month.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

Rules Update >> ASCS Aluminum Block Requirements Finalized

DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (February 23, 2022) Requirements for the ASCS Brodix Aluminum Block have been finalized. Teams that utilized the optional power plant will need to adapt the following:

Approved ASCS Stamped Ballast must be ordered through the American Sprint Car Series by calling Terry Mattox at (918) 417-0624.

ASCS Stamped Ballast will be 60lbs, is required, and must be placed in front of the motor plate.

Minimum weight requirement after the race, including car and driver, will be 1,475lbs for all competitors regardless of engine setup. Any competitors running the optional aluminum block, and caught not running the ASCS stamped ballast will be disqualified.

Questions regarding the weight can be directed to Terry Mattox.

The 2022 season begins Friday, March 18, and Saturday, March 19 at the Devil’s Bowl Spring Nationals.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

ASCS CAS Non-Wing Sprint Cars Return To Action This Saturday
Bryan Hulbert

Bryan Hulbert – CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (February 21, 2022) Gearing up for Round 3 on the 2022 season, the ASCS CAS Non-Wing Sprint Cars return to Central Arizona Speedway this Saturday, February 26 for the Cotton Classic.

Sweeping the season-opening Steffey Shootout on February 11 and 12, R.J. Johnson leads tour standings going into this weekend. A pair of top-five finishes through the opening weekend, Tye Mihocko holds second with Brody Roa riding a roller-coaster of a weekend to his current third-place standing. Jonas Reynolds and James Webster currently make up the top five in driver standings.

Saturday, February 26 will feature Power 600 Series Micros, Arizona Champ Karts, Pure Stocks, and Bombers in addition to the ASCS CAS Non-Wing Sprint Cars.

Tickets are $20 for adults and free for Kids 11 and under. Pits are $35 with Kids six and under free. Grandstands open at 4:00 P.M. Pits open at 3:00 P.M. (MT). Cars hit the track at 6:00 P.M. (MT). Central Arizona Speedway is located at 512 Eleven Mile Corner in Casa Grande, Ariz. For more information and directions, call (520) 709-0718 or log onto http://www.centralarizonaspeedway.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

R.J. Johnson Sweeps ASCS CAS Non-Wing Weekend At Central Arizona Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (February 12, 2022) Putting the broom to the Steffey Shootout at Central Arizona Speedway, R.J. Johnson made it series win No. 11 with the ASCS CAS Non-Wing Sprint Cars.

A $3,000 score for the Phoenix shoe on Saturday night, Johnson’s weekend topped out at $4,500 earned behind the wheel of the Pecon Builders/Steffey Excavating No. 51.

Getting around Ty Mihocko for the lead on Lap 6, Johnson led the remainder of the 30-lap showdown. Into second on Lap 21, Brody Roa had one final shot at the top spot with a green, white, checkered restart but could not deny the No. 51. Swapping second with Ty for a moment, Roa held the spot with Mihocko third. Rolling from 12th, Sterling Cling made fourth, with Dustin Cormany fifth.

Shon Deskins made it to sixth from 14th, followed by James Webster in seventh. Ricky Lewis crossed eighth, Jonah Reynolds ninth, and Wayne Siddle was tenth.

The next outing for the ASCS CAS Non-Wing Sprint Cars at the Casa Grande oval is Saturday, February 26.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS CAS Non-Wing Sprint Cars Central Arizona Speedway (Casa Grande, Ariz.) Saturday, February 12, 2022

Car Count: 19

Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 29-Dustin Cormany[1]; 2. 6-Ronnie Clark[4]; 3. 007-Wayne Siddle[3]; 4. 2-AJ Hernandez[6]; 5. (DNF) 7OH-Bryan Ledbetter Jr[5]; 6. (DNF) 10-Jess Beckett[2]; 7. (DNS) 17-Jim Green

Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 3V-Jim Vanzant[2]; 2. 11-Ricky Lewis[1]; 3. 34-Sterling Cling[5]; 4. 20-Shon Deskins[6]; 5. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[4]; 6. (DNS) 8AZ-Jordan Stetson

Dash (10 Laps): 1. 3-Tye Mihocko[3]; 2. 51-RJ Johnson[5]; 3. 8M-Brody Roa[4]; 4. 0-Jonas Reynolds[2]; 5. 22AZ-Dustin Burkhart[6]; 6. 5AZ-James Webster[1]

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 51-RJ Johnson[2]; 2. 8M-Brody Roa[3]; 3. 3-Tye Mihocko[1]; 4. 34-Sterling Cling[12]; 5. 29-Dustin Cormany[7]; 6. 20-Shon Deskins[14]; 7. 5AZ-James Webster[6]; 8. 11-Ricky Lewis[10]; 9. 0-Jonas Reynolds[4]; 10. 007-Wayne Siddle[11]; 11. 10-Jess Beckett[17]; 12. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[16]; 13. (DNF) 6-Ronnie Clark[9]; 14. (DNF) 22AZ-Dustin Burkhart[5]; 15. (DNF) 2-AJ Hernandez[13]; 16. (DNF) 3V-Jim Vanzant[8]; 17. (DNF) 7OH-Bryan Ledbetter Jr[15]; 18. (DNF) 17-Jim Green[19]; 19. (DNS) 8AZ-Jordan Stetson

 

 

ASCS CAS Non-Wing Season Opener Goes To R.J. Johnson Bryan Hulbert

Bryan Hulbert - CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (February 11, 2022) Upping his ASCS Regional win count to 31, Phoenix, Arizona's R.J. Johnson led just the closing two laps during Friday's ASCS CAS Non-Wing Season Opener at Central Arizona Speedway.

Taking $1,500 for his preliminary night score, the win is Johnson's 10th with the series.

Chasing race-long-leader, Brody Roa, the California shoe looked to have a sure thing going. Fending off the field through several restarts, Roa put distance on his challengers at every turn; however, the closing laps of the Steffey Shootout took a turn as the No. 8m began losing speed with under five laps to run.

Seeing the nearly two-second gap begin to fade, Johnson, who had been chasing since Lap 6, shot into the lead as the field came around to the white flag. Winning by 0.946-seconds, the No. 51 was pursued by Ty Mihocko to the checkered flag, with Jonas Reynolds ending up on the final podium step. Dustin Burkhart was fourth, with Brody Roa able to hold on to finish fifth.

James Webster crossed sixth, with Wayne Siddle seventh. Ricky Lewis, Bryan Ledbetter, and Jim Vanzant made up the top ten.

The Steffey Shootout continues on Saturday, February 12, 2022, at Central Arizona Speedway.

Tickets are $20 for adults and free for Kids 11 and under. Pits are $35 with Kids six and under free. Grandstands open daily at 4:00 P.M. Pits open at 3:00 P.M. (MT). Central Arizona Speedway is located at 512 Eleven Mile Corner in Casa Grande, Ariz. For more information and directions, call (520) 709-0718 or log onto http://www.centralarizonaspeedway.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS CAS Non-Wing Central Arizona Speedway (Casa Grande, Ariz.) Friday, February 11, 2022

Car Count: 19

Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 51-RJ Johnson[4]; 2. 34-Sterling Cling[6]; 3. 3-Tye Mihocko[3]; 4. 10-Jess Beckett[5]; 5. 5AZ-James Webster[7]; 6. 61-Chad Stevens[2]; 7. (DNF) 98-Matt Lundy[1]

Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 8M-Brody Roa[1]; 2. 7OH-Bryan Ledbetter Jr[2]; 3. 0-Jonas Reynolds[6]; 4. 11-Ricky Lewis[4]; 5. 20-Shon Deskins[5]; 6. 007-Wayne Siddle[3]

Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. 22AZ-Dustin Burkhart[2]; 2. 3V-Jim Vanzant[4]; 3. 6-Logan Calderwood[3]; 4. 2-AJ Hernandez[1]; 5. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[5]; 6. (DNS) 6X-Ronnie Clark

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 51-RJ Johnson[6]; 2. 3-Tye Mihocko[8]; 3. 0-Jonas Reynolds[2]; 4. 22AZ-Dustin Burkhart[4]; 5. 8M-Brody Roa[1]; 6. 5AZ-James Webster[18]; 7. 007-Wayne Siddle[14]; 8. (DNF) 11-Ricky Lewis[11]; 9. (DNF) 7OH-Bryan Ledbetter Jr[7]; 10. (DNF) 3V-Jim Vanzant[3]; 11. (DNF) 6-Logan Calderwood[9]; 12. (DNF) 20-Shon Deskins[13]; 13. (DNF) 10-Jess Beckett[10]; 14. (DNF) 34-Sterling Cling[5]; 15. (DNF) 61-Chad Stevens[15]; 16. (DNF) 2-AJ Hernandez[12]; 17. (DNF) 4-Tuesday Calderwood[19]; 18. (DNS) 98-Matt Lundy; 19. (DNS) 6X-Ronnie Clark

 

 

Dylan Westbrook Ready For Round Three With The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series

Bryan Hulbert – SCOTLAND, Ont. (February 8, 2022) On the road for the third season with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, Ontario’s Dylan Westbrook is set to return to action in the Hills Racing Team No. 47x.

“We’re pretty much ready to go. Just a few small things before we get some test laps in,” stated Westbrook of the upcoming season.

Focusing on fine-tuning the team’s program through the off-season, the biggest focus was making sure everything on their end is accounted for on the Cool Chassis/Fisher Racing Engines entry.

“We want to make sure that we’ve covered everything we can cover to avoid not finishing a race. Some things obviously, you can’t avoid and are out of your control, but for what we can control, we’ve taken stock of and used our notes from the last two years to make sure we’re ready as much as we can be.”

Seventh in points at the close of his rookie season in 2020, Westbrook picked up speed and momentum throughout his sophomore tour with the team finishing the year fourth in standings. Since joining the tour in 2020, Dylan has appeared in 54 A-Features with 35 top tens, 23 top fives, and a pair of wins.

Before hitting the tour at the Devil’s Bowl Spring Nationals on Friday, March 18, and Saturday, March 19, Dylan will head to the southeast for some testing.

“Right now, we’re going to get some laps in Georgia this weekend with USCS before we head to Florida. As of now, the plan is to race with the All-Stars at East Bay and follow that with the King of the 360’s. After that, we’ll evaluate where we are at with the car and see what needs to be adjusted before we head to Texas.”

Updates on Dylan’s schedule outside the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series National Tour will be posted as the season progresses.

Dylan Westbrook is a part of the Canadian-based Hills Racing Team. The 2022 season marks the 18th year of racing for Dylan Westbrook. Starting with Dirt Bikes and Go-Karts at age five, Dylan has been behind the wheel of a Sprint Car for seven years. Four championships as Ohsweken Speedway since 2015, Westbrook made the jump to the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network in 2020, earning the Brodix National Rookie of the Year.

For continued updates on Dylan Westbrook, follow on Twitter at https://twitter.com/Westbrook47x or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100039470352906.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

National Tour events are streamed live on http://www.floracing.com, with Regional Tour events on http://www.racindirt.com.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

ASCS Revives Northern Plains Region In South Dakota And Wyoming
Bryan Hulbert

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (February 7, 2022) Bringing back the ASCS Northern Plains Region in 2022, Black Hills Speedway (Rapid City, S.D.) Gillette Thunder Speedway (Gillette, Wy.), and Casper Speedway (Casper, Wy.) have come on to run a combined 18 events.

Working to help strengthen Sprint Car Racing in western South Dakota and eastern Wyoming, the regional tour positions events within a roughly three-hour window, and keeps the area under ASCS rules. With the exception of a few dates that do overlap, teams that are able to can still compete with the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region on a regular basis.

Based at Black Hills Speedway with 13 events, Casper Speedway will take four with Gillette Thunder Speedway seeing a single night. The tour runs from May through September.

The ASCS Northern Plains Region is under the direction of Eddie Kirchoff. Any questions can be directed to (307) 660-8866 or email blackhillsspeedway@gmail.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

National Tour events are streamed live on http://www.floracing.com, with Regional Tour events on http://www.racindirt.com.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

2022 ASCS Northern Plains Regional Lineup

Date – Track (City, State)

5/6/2022-Black Hills Speedway (Rapid City, SD)
5/13/2022-Black Hills Speedway (Rapid City, SD)
5/14/2022-Black Hills Speedway (Rapid City, SD)
5/27/2022-Black Hills Speedway (Rapid City, SD)

6/3/2022-Black Hills Speedway (Rapid City, SD)
6/10/2022-Casper Speedway (Casper, WY)
6/17/2022-Black Hills Speedway (Rapid City, SD)
6/24/2022-Black Hills Speedway (Rapid City, SD)
6/25/2022-Gillette Thunder Speedway (Gillette, WY)

7/8/2022-Black Hills Speedway (Rapid City, SD)
7/15/2022-Black Hills Speedway (Rapid City, SD)
7/22/2022-Black Hills Speedway (Rapid City, SD)
7/29/2022-Casper Speedway (Casper, WY)

8/19/2022-Black Hills Speedway (Rapid City, SD)
8/26/2022-Black Hills Speedway (Rapid City, SD)
8/27/2022-Black Hills Speedway (Rapid City, SD)

9/9/2022-Casper Speedway (Casper, WY)
9/10/2022-Casper Speedway (Casper, WY)

 

 

ASCS Frontier '22: a return to roots, but new plans and visions for future
Andrew Kunas

The 2022 schedule for the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series was released on Wednesday, with 22 nights of racing scheduled at five different tracks in Montana, Wyoming and Utah. The schedule marks a shift for the winged 360 dirt sprint car series, which is returning to its Montana roots, but that's just one of many things happening as the 2022 season approaches.

Electric City Speedway, which had not been on the schedule since 2018, returns to the fold. Along with Gallatin Speedway and Big Sky Speedway, Montana's only dirt tracks will host a combined 18 events in 2022. The regional ASCS tour began as a Montana-based series in 2013, and was preceded by several other sanctions dating back several decades that had been based and mostly raced in Montana. Those tours, including the Montana Open Wheel Racing Association that ran throughout the 1980's and 1990's, often stepped out of state once or twice a year to change things up, with races held at various tracks in the neighboring states of Idaho, Wyoming and South Dakota over the years and even in Alberta, Canada back in the MOWRA days. The ASCS Frontier Region will continue that tradition with a run to Utah to open the season in May and its annual trip to Wyoming in August.

The series will again operate under Stagg Motor Sports, with businessman and racing enthusiast Josh Stagg entering his second full season running the series after taking over in mid 2020. Working with the tracks and his team, Stagg has a multiple long term agendas going into this season.

Thanks to the hard work of many, not only is the Montana 360 sprint car scene all under one roof again, but a solid foundation is being laid down for the future of the sport in Big Sky Country, with growing the Montana-based car count being one of the major focuses. With the costs of racing always being a concern, a solid 18 nights scheduled on the home front will allow Montana's sprint car teams to get in a lot of racing without having to travel too much to do it, and hopefully encourage others sitting on the fence to bring their cars back out or even build new ones.

That said, the series isn't turning away from the long distance travelers either. A number of teams from Wyoming, Utah and Colorado ran several races last year, and the top two in the points last year, series champion Logan Forler and points runner-up and series Rookie of the Year Tyler Driever, came from southern Idaho to run the entire season. They'll be just as welcomed at the track as they were before. The series still anticipates its friends from down south running north to race with us several times again this year. Even though the series is going back to its Montana roots, the series will return the favor to those teams and head out of state a couple of times, as earlier stated above.

Desert Thunder Raceway in Price, Utah hosted the series for the first time last year. It was that track's first time hosting a larger sprint car event, and series staff couldn't help but notice how much the fans loved what they were watching. Things were learned by all parties involved and the ASCS Frontier Region is looking forward to an even better visit when it opens the season on May 20th and 21st with the Utah Sprint Car Clash. Meanwhile, Kara Beech and staff at Sweetwater Speedway in Rock Springs, Wyoming have been wonderful to work with. Sweetwater Speedway, which has been an ASCS Frontier Region stop since 2017, will host its annual two-night August event on the 12th and 13th when the series comes for the Wyoming Sprint Car Showdown.

The events at Price and Rock Springs are long tows for the teams from up north, and all the Montana races are long tows for anyone coming from down south. They're all long tows for anyone coming from Idaho, the Dakotas, or the Pacific Northwest. One big thing that the ASCS Frontier Region is doing for 2022 is adjusting payouts to create guaranteed tow money for race teams. In the past, a car not starting the main event would get just $100. Now, a team perhaps having a really bad night from the start will get some tow money on top of that. For a struggling low dollar team, that extra money could be a significant help.

Main events in 2022 will be at least $1,200 to win, with several paying either $1,500 or $2,000 to the winner. The series and partner tracks, however, will be working toward finding sponsorships to create larger paying events down the line. There have been a few discussions in recent months about wanting to make Montana (and vicinity) a player in 360 sprint car racing and make special events in our area a circled date on every racer's schedule. While we're taking care of the low dollar racers with the extra tow money, we still want to attract a lot of the top racers when we can to create an even bigger show for our fans. Anyone interested in becoming a sponsoring partner of an ASCS Frontier Region sprint car event should contact ASCS Frontier Region staff or the tracks.

As stated recently, Stagg Motor Sports and the ASCS Frontier Region had started communication with tracks in neighboring areas with interest in working long term on a little schedule coordination for special events, looking mostly at 2023 and beyond. One move was already made for this season as July's Big Sky 360 Nationals at Big Sky Speedway was bumped forward a week to July 15th and 16th to not conflict with the big $10,000-to-win Summer Nationals at Skagit Speedway in Washington on July 22nd and 23rd.

More information on the Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour and other regional series, can be found online at www.ascsracing.com and on various social media, including Facebook. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

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Our 2022 tracks!

We're thrilled to have Electric City Speedway in Great Falls, Montana back on board for the first time since 2018. Once again, the traditional three-day Montana Round-Up - one of the biggest sprint car events in Montana - will be the Friday, Saturday and Sunday of Labor Day weekend (September 2nd, 3rd and 4th) and expects to attract cars from around the region and beyond. In addition to that, we'll have the Spring Round-Up for the first time on Memorial Day weekend, as we visit on Friday and Saturday, May 27th and 28th. A special two-night holiday summer event comes on Sunday and Monday, July 3rd and 4th that backs up a Friday show at Gallatin Speedway on Friday, July 1st. The 3/10-mile clay oval is Montana's oldest operating dirt track, having opened in the 1950's.

The 3/10-mile Gallatin Speedway in Belgrade, just outside Bozeman, Montana is the only track to have been a part of every ASCS Frontier Region season since the tour's 2013 debut (note: the track never raced in 2020 because of COVID-19 restrictions locally but it was on the schedule before everything happened that year). The track, which has one of the best backdrops in racing since opening in 1998, has been central Montana's longtime home for Friday night racing and will be so again in 2022, hosting four ASCS Frontier Region events this season. The series will first visit on Friday, June 10th. With the ASCS National Tour not visiting the area this year, the annual Grizzly Nationals will be a single night ASCS Frontier Regional event this time around on Friday, July 1, but will be teamed up with the Sunday and Monday holiday events up in Great Falls to create a three-race in four-night run for race teams local and out of town. The series comes back again on July 29th and on September 9th the ASCS Frontier Region sprint car series will again be the Friday show of the track's annual Big Sky Supernationals. Kory Wermling and Logan Forler (twice) won Frontier Region events at Gallatin Speedway in 2021.

Big Sky Speedway, located just north of Billings, is once again a frequent stop for the ASCS Frontier Region, hosting seven events this year. Three times on a Saturday it backs up a Friday Gallatin Speedway program, hosting events on June 11th, July 30th and the 2022 ASCS Frontier Region championship night on September 10th. The aforementioned Big Sky 360 Nationals comes on Friday and Saturday, July 15th and 16th. The Harvey Ostermiller Memorial, honoring the beloved Montana sprint car pioneer, is a two-night event for the first time, coming on Friday and Saturday, August 19th and 20th. Both the Big Sky 360 Nationals and Harvey Ostermiller Memorial will be events to watch this summer. In 2021, Logan Forler (twice), Phil Dietz (twice) and Tyler Driever won ASCS Frontier Region events at Big Sky.

Desert Thunder Raceway became the first Utah track to host the ASCS Frontier Region sprint car series last year. The event was one of the biggest shows fans at the Price, Utah track had ever seen. The ASCS Frontier Region opens its 2022 campaign with the Utah Sprint Car Clash on Friday and Saturday, May 20th and 21st. Utah isn't exactly known for sprint car racing so we hope to have a hand in helping change that and grow sprint car racing in the state. Trever Kirkland and Logan Forler won the two main events at the 3/8-mile dirt oval.

Sweetwater Speedway in Rock Springs, Wyoming has been a regular stop for the ASCS Frontier Region since 2017. The series had four scheduled nights in 2021, losing one of them to bad weather (the only rainout the series suffered). The series will return for its annual August visit on the 12th and 13th this season. Colby Thornhill, Tyler Driever and Garen Linder picked up main event wins at the big and fast 3/8-mile oval last year.

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2022 ASCS Frontier Region schedule

May 20 & 21 - Utah Sprint Car Clash
Desert Thunder Raceway - Price, Utah

May 27 & 28 - Montana Spring Round-Up
Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT

June 10 - Spring Clash at Belgrade
Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT

June 11 - Montana Spring Shootout
Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

July 1 - Grizzly Nationals
Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT

July 3 & 4 - 4th of July Showdown
Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT

July 15 & 16 - Big Sky 360 Nationals
Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

July 29 - Summer Clash at Belgrade
Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT

July 30 - Billings Summer Shootout
Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

August 12 & 13 - Wyoming Sprint Car Showdown
Sweetwater Speedway - Rock Springs, WY

August 19 & 20 - Harvey Ostermiller Memorial
Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

September 2, 3 & 4 - Montana Round-Up
Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT

September 9 - Big Sky Supernationals
Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT

September 10 - ASCS Frontier Region Championship Night
Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

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ASCS Frontier Region champions
2013 - Phil Dietz
2014 - Joe Ramaker
2015 - Phil Dietz
2016 - Skylar Gee
2017 - David Hoiness
2018 - David Hoiness
2019 - Jeremy McCune
2020 - Jeremy McCune
2021 - Logan Forler

 

ASCS Southwest Region Lays Out 2022 Schedule
Bryan Hulbert

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (February 4, 2022) Putting together a lineup that encompasses dates primarily through the Spring and Fall, the ASCS Southwest Region will see action in Arizona, California, and New Mexico during the 2022 season.

With the loss of tracks in the Phoenix area, the series has had to move around with events primarily at Cocopah Speedway (Somerton, Ariz.). Seven in total at the Arizona oval, the series will venture to Barona Speedway Park (Ramona, Cali.) on two occasions, as well as a pair of New Mexico weekends at Vado Speedway Park (Vado, N.M.) and Aztec Speedway (Aztec, N.M.). Making up four nights, the New Mexico stops will be challenge races against the POWRi Desert Winged Sprint Cars.

With the limited number of tracks in the southwest, dates between the two tours work around each other to where teams have 19 events to choose from. To make it even better, ASCS and POWRi Desert Winged Sprint Car officials have put up a $2,000 bonus if someone wins both championships in 2022. Both schedules are listed below.

For the 2022 season, the ASCS Southwest Region will be under the direction of Jason Carter. Teams can contact him at (480) 799-6770 or by email at jason.w.carter03@gmail.com. Carter was the voice at Canyon Speedway Park for four years before relocating to Chicago. Upon returning to the southwest, Jason was the voice of Arizona Speedway.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

National Tour events are streamed live on http://www.floracing.com, with Regional Tour events on http://www.racindirt.com.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

2022 ASCS Southwest/POWRi Desert Lineup

Date – Track (City, State) – Sanction

3/4/2022-Cocopah Speedway (Somerton, AZ) - ASCS SW
3/5/2022-Cocopah Speedway (Somerton, AZ) - ASCS SW

4/1/2022-Cocopah Speedway (Somerton, AZ) - ASCS SW
4/2/2022-Barona Speedway Park (Ramona, CA) - ASCS SW

5/21/2022-Cocopah Speedway (Somerton, AZ) - ASCS SW
5/28/2022-Vado Speedway Park (Vado, NM) - POWRi vs. ASCS SW
5/29/2022-Vado Speedway Park (Vado, NM) - POWRi vs. ASCS SW

6/10/2022-Aztec Speedway (Aztec, NM) - POWRi vs. ASCS SW
6/11/2022-Aztec Speedway (Aztec, NM) - POWRi vs. ASCS SW

7/15/2022-Route 66 Motor Speedway (Amarillo, TX) - POWRi
7/16/2022-Route 66 Motor Speedway (Amarillo, TX) - POWRi

8/19/2022-Aztec Speedway - Aztec, NM-POWRi
8/20/2022-Aztec Speedway - Aztec, NM-POWRi

9/2/2022-Vado Speedway Park (Vado, NM) - POWRi
9/3/2022-Vado Speedway Park (Vado, NM) - POWRi

10/15/2022-Barona Speedway Park (Ramona, CA) - ASCS SW

11/17/2022-Cocopah Speedway (Somerton, AZ) - ASCS SW
11/18/2022-Cocopah Speedway (Somerton, AZ) - ASCS SW
11/19/2022-Cocopah Speedway (Somerton, AZ) - ASCS SW

 

 

ASCS Frontier Region Sets 2022 Lineup
Bryan Hulbert

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (February 2, 2022) Seeing a return to all three Montana dirt tracks in 2022, the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region has released a 22-race lineup for the upcoming season.

A long-awaited reunion of Electric City Speedway (Great Falls, Mont.), Big Sky Speedway (Billings, Mont.), and Gallatin Speedway (Belgrade, Mont.), a total of 18 events will take place inside Montana state lines. Big Sky Speedway and Electric City Speedway will each see seven nights of racing among the Montana tracks, with Gallatin Speedway taking four nights.

Still taking a few races on the road, the series will see two traveling weekends. First will be the season-opening double-header on Friday, May 20, and Saturday, May 21 at Desert Thunder Raceway (Price, Utah). The other will come on Friday, August 12, and Saturday, August 13, when the tour heads to Sweetwater Speedway (Rock Springs, Wy.).

ASCS Frontier Director, Josh Stagg, has also set up for teams to receive tow-money throughout the season. All events will offer a minimum of $100 in tow money, with long-distance and larger events paying $125 in addition to the team’s winnings. All drivers who are current ASCS Members and attempt to race are eligible.

The Brodix ASCS Frontier Region is under the direction of Josh Stagg. Questions about the series can be directed to his email josh@staggmotorsports.com or call (406) 690-5600.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

National Tour events are streamed live on http://www.floracing.com, with Regional Tour events on http://www.racindirt.com.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

2022 ASCS Frontier Region Lineup

Date – Track (City, State) Win / Start

5/20/2022-Desert Thunder Raceway (Price, UT) $ 1,500 / $250
5/21/2022-Desert Thunder Raceway (Price, UT) $ 2,000 / $300
5/27/2022-Electric City Speedway (Great Falls, MT) $ 1,500 / $200
5/28/2022-Electric City Speedway (Great Falls, MT) $ 2,000 / $300

6/10/2022-Gallatin Speedway (Belgrade, MT) $ 1,200 / $200
6/11/2022-Big Sky Speedway (Billings, MT) $ 1,500 / $250

7/1/2022-Gallatin Speedway (Belgrade, MT) $ 1,200 / $200
7/3/2022-Electric City Speedway (Great Falls, MT) $ 1,500 / $250
7/4/2022-Electric City Speedway (Great Falls, MT) $ 2,000 / $300
7/15/2022-Big Sky Speedway (Billings, MT) $ 1,200 / $200
7/16/2022-Big Sky Speedway (Billings, MT) $ 1,500 / $250
7/29/2022-Gallatin Speedway (Belgrade, MT) $ 1,200 / $200
7/30/2022-Big Sky Speedway (Billings, MT) $ 1,500 / $250

8/12/2022-Sweetwater Speedway (Rock Springs, WY) $ 1,200 / $200
8/13/2022-Sweetwater Speedway (Rock Springs, WY) $ 1,500 / $250
8/19/2022-Big Sky Speedway (Billings, MT) $ 1,500 / $250
8/20/2022-Big Sky Speedway (Billings, MT) $ 2,000 / $300

9/2/2022-Electric City Speedway (Great Falls, MT) $ 1,200 / $200
9/3/2022-Electric City Speedway (Great Falls, MT) $ 1,500 / $250
9/4/2022-Electric City Speedway (Great Falls, MT) $ 2,000 / $300
9/9/2022-Gallatin Speedway (Belgrade, MT) $ 1,200 / $200
9/10/2022-Big Sky Speedway (Billings, MT) $ 1,500 / $250

 

 

Blake Hahn Defending ASCS National Title While Adding 410 Events To 2022 Schedule Bryan Hulbert

Bryan Hulbert – SAPULPA, Okla. (January 28, 2022) Gearing up for the 2022 season, Blake Hahn will defend his Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series National Tour title in the Hahn Racing No. 52.

Along with the full Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series National Tour, Hahn will also work in several 410cid events as well as select ASCS Regional and area Midget shows.

“Right now, the focus is the [ASCS] National Tour, but we’re also going to start working on our 410 program,” stated Hahn.

“With POWRi adding the 410 division, we’re going to run a few of those events, plus shows at Knoxville and a few Outlaw events when we can. The goal is to be competitive and build on that front. On the ASCS side, winning the championship, especially with everything our family went through last year, meant a lot but I felt like we left too much on the table last year, and have a lot of room for improvement, so that’s the goal for this year is to take out those inconsistencies that hurt us last year.”

Adding to the team for the 2022 season, Glenn Styres Racing (GSR) has come on board to help support the No. 52.

“The neat thing about Glenn is he is so ingrained in the sport that a lot of times, you don’t realize how many people he helps, but that's how he operates. We’ve known him for years, and we’re very thankful that he has extended a hand to help us build the team and add to our program.”

Making small changes during the off-season, the team's main focus has been organization. Redoing the trailer to better accommodate the team’s needs, Blake said a lot of what they’ve been able to do is thanks to Scott Bogucki.

As of now, shows outside the American Sprint Car Series will be added as they approach, and depend on where the team is at. In looking at what is available, the team projects an 80-90 race lineup in 2022.

The 2022 season is Blake Hahn's 20th year of racing. Starting in Jr. Sprints at the Tulsa Shootout, Hahn has progressed through the ranks with over 100 victories across Micros, Midgets, and Sprint Cars.

For continued updates on Blake Hahn Racing, follow the team at https://www.facebook.com/BlakeHahnRacing and Twitter (@BlakeHahnRacing). Official results and press will be posted at https://www.blakehahnracing.com.

 

 

ASCS Warrior Region Releases 2022 Lineup

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (January 27, 2022) With a few dates still in the works, the first-round of 2022 events for the Racinboys.com ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps has been released.

Currently sitting at 21 events, the tour will see action at eight ovals throughout the season with two of those runs outside Missouri with Tri-City Speedway (Granite City, Ill.) and Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, Kan.) taking on dates.

Looking at Missouri ovals, I-70 Speedway (Odessa), Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon), Legit (West Plains), Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland), Nevada Speedway (Nevada), and U.S. 36 Raceway (Osborn) all have dates throughout the season.

The tour is under the direction of Larry Hol. Questions regarding scheduling, format, or rules can be directed to Larry via email at ldhol@hotmail.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

National Tour events are streamed live on http://www.floracing.com, with Regional Tour events on http://www.racindirt.com.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

2022 ASCS Warrior Region Lineup

Date – Track (City, State)

4/23/2022-US 36 Raceway (Osborn, MO)
4/29/2022-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)
4/30/2022-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)

5/14/2022-Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, MO)
5/20/2022-Tri City Speedway (Granite City, IL)
5/21/2022-Tri City Speedway (Granite City, IL)
5/27/2022-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)
5/28/2022-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)

6/4/2022-Legit Speedway Park (West Plains, MO)
6/24/2022-I-70 Speedway (Odessa, MO)
6/25/2022-I-70 Speedway (Odessa, MO)

7/15/2022-US 36 Raceway (Osborn, MO)

8/2/2022-Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, KS)
8/20/2022-Nevada Speedway (Nevada, MO)

9/2/2022-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)
9/3/2022-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)
9/4/2022-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)
9/8/2022-Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, KS)
9/15/2022-Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, MO)
9/16/2022-Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, MO)
9/17/2022-Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, MO)

 

 

ASCS Mid-South Region Sets 2022 Lineup

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (January 24, 2022) Back in action across Arkansas and surrounding states, the ASCS Mid-South Region will embark on an 18-race lineup in 2022.

Eleven dates in Arkansas, the schedule also includes stops in Louisiana, Missouri, Mississippi, and Oklahoma. Basing eight events at I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Ark.) including the COMP Cams Short Track Nationals, other Arkansas venues include Batesville Motor Speedway (Batesville, Ark.), Crowleys Ridge Raceway (Paragould, Ark.), and Texarkana 67-Speedway (Texarkana, Ark.).

Outside “The Natural State”, stops include Super Bee Speedway (Chatham, La.) and Dirt on the Rev (Monroe, La.). Into Mississippi on three occasions, Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, Miss.) takes two of those, in a co-sanctioned weekend worth $10,000 to the winner with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series on Friday, April 1, and Saturday, April 2. Greenville Speedway (Greenville, Miss.) takes the third Mississippi night.

Co-Sanctioned with the Racinboys.com ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps, the tour will see action at Legit Speedway Park (West Plains, Mo.). Taking on the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products, the last traveling stop is at the mighty Tri-State Speedway (Pocola, Okla.)

Events with the ASCS Mid-South Region offer a $2,000 to win, $300 to start payout.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

National Tour events are streamed live on http://www.floracing.com, with Regional Tour events on http://www.racindirt.com.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

2022 ASCS Mid-South Regional Lineup

Date – Track (City, State)

3/25/2022-I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, AR)
3/26/2022-I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, AR)

4/1/2022-Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, MS)
4/2/2022-Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, MS)

5/14/2022-I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, AR)
5/21/2022-Greenville Speedway (Greenville, MS)

6/4/2022-Legit Speedway Park (West Plains, MO)
6/10/2022-Crowleys Ridge Raceway (Paragould, AR)
6/17/2022-Texarkana 67 Speedway (Texarkana, AR)
6/25/2022-I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, AR)

7/9/2022-Revolution Park (Monroe, LA)
7/22/2022-Batesville Motor Speedway (Batesville, AR)
7/23/2022-I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, AR)

8/27/2022-Tri-State Speedway (Pocola, OK)

9/10/2022-I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, AR)
9/24/2022-Super Bee Speedway (Chatham, LA)
9/30/2022-I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, AR)

10/1/2022-I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, AR)

*Schedule subject to change without notice

 

 

ASCS Elite Non Wing Release 2022 Lineup And Increased Purse

Bryan Hulbert

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (January 21, 2022) Releasing a slate of 18 events for the 2022 season, the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating will bring its unlimited style of racing to tracks across Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas.

Along with the 18-race lineup, the series will also feature a higher nightly payout at $3,000 to win, $200 to start. For two-night events at the same track, the first night’s payout will vary depending on the event and will be published beforehand.

The full payout for single night events is as follows: 1. $3,000; 2. $1,500; 3. $1,000; 4. $700; 5. $600; 6. $500; 7. $450; 8. $425; 9. $400; 10. $375; 11. $350; 12. $325; 13. $300; 14. $275; 15. $265; 16. $255; 17. $245; 18. $230; 19. $220; 20. $200;

Basing 13 events in the “Lone Star State”, the series will cross state lines on four occasions, including the 2022 season-opening double-header at I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Ark.) on Friday, March 4, and Saturday, March 5. Other events outside Texas include Saturday, June 4 at Boothill Speedway (Greenwood, La.), Saturday, July 16 at Super Bee Speedway (Chatham, La.), and Saturday, July 23 at Lawton Speedway (Lawton, Okla.)

Looking at Texas ovals, events are pretty well spread around with 11 ovals hosting the non-wing tour. Tracks with double dates include Devil’s Bowl Speedway on Saturday, June 11, and August 6. Big O Speedway will see action on May 14 and is set to host the season finale on October 1.

Tracks with single appearances on their schedule include Abilene Speedway (April 9), Kennedale Speedway Park (April 23), Texana Raceway (April 29), South Texas Speedway (April 30), Rock Raceway Park (May 7), Texas Motor Speedway Dirt Track (June 3), West Texas Raceway (June 24), Route 66 Motor Speedway (June 25), and Heart O’Texas Speedway (July 22).

The ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating is owned and operated by Nathan Moore and operates under the sanction of the American Sprint Car Series. The ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating operates under its own rules, which can be found at https://www.ascsracing.com/downloads/get.aspx?i=673170.

Nathan can be reached at (903) 780-9934 or by email at elitenonwingsprints@gmail.com.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

National Tour events are streamed live on http://www.floracing.com, with Regional Tour events on http://www.racindirt.com.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

2022 ASCS Elite Non-Wing Schedule Of Events

Date – Track (City, State)

3/4/2022-I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, AR) 3/5/2022-I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, AR)

4/9/2022-Abilene Speedway (Abilene, TX) 4/23/2022-Kennedale Speedway Park (Kennedale, TX) 4/29/2022-Texana Raceway (Edna, TX) 4/30/2022-South Texas Speedway (Corpus Christi, TX)

5/7/2022-Rocket Raceway Park (Petty, TX) 5/14/2022-Big O Speedway (Ennis, TX)

6/3/2022-Texas Motor Speedway (Fort Worth, TX) 6/4/2022-Boothill Speedway (Greenwood, LA) 6/11/2022-Devil's Bowl Speedway (Mesquite, TX) 6/24/2022-West Texas Raceway (Lubbock, TX) 6/25/2022-Route 66 Motor Speedway (Amarillo, TX)

7/16/2022-Super Bee Speedway (Chatham, LA) 7/22/2022-Heart O' Texas Speedway (Waco, TX) 7/23/2022-Lawton Speedway (Lawton, OK)

8/6/2022-Devil's Bowl Speedway (Mesquite, TX)

10/1/2022-Big O Speedway (Ennis, TX)

 

 

Central Arizona Speedway Places Non-Wing Division Under ASCS Banner
Bryan Hulbert

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (January 21, 2022) Central Arizona Speedway has placed their Non-Wing Sprint Cars under the banner of the American Sprint Car Series starting in 2022. The second full year for the division at the high-banked, three-eighths-mile oval, the 2022 season will see a baker’s dozen worth of dates at the Arizona oval.

An overview of the dates, the season starts early with events on February 11 and February 12. After that, the schedule spreads out with the third round of competition on February 26. Round four goes live on March 26, followed by events on April 16 and May 7. On to the seventh event of the season on June 4, which is followed quickly with races on June 11. A double-header weekend on September 3 and September 4, the final three nights of racing take place October 1, October 15, and October 29.

Just like the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series, the ASCS Central Arizona Speedway (CAS) Non-Wing Sprints will run under their own rules, which can be found at https://www.ascsracing.com/downloads/get.aspx?i=685472. The American Sprint Car Series will cover press, pre and post-race, as well as keep track of season points.

The division is under the direction of Dave Ellis. The track can be reached at (520) 709-0718 or online at http://www.centralarizonaspeedway.com. Central Arizona Speedway is located at 512 N Eleven Mile Corner Rd. in Casa Grande, Ariz.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

National Tour events are streamed live on http://www.floracing.com, with Regional Tour events on http://www.racindirt.com.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

2022 ASCS CAS Non-Wing Sprints Schedule Of Events

Date – Track (City, State)

2/11/2022-Central Arizona Speedway (Casa Grande, AZ)
2/12/2022-Central Arizona Speedway (Casa Grande, AZ)
2/26/2022-Central Arizona Speedway (Casa Grande, AZ)

3/26/2022-Central Arizona Speedway (Casa Grande, AZ)

4/16/2022-Central Arizona Speedway (Casa Grande, AZ)

5/7/2022-Central Arizona Speedway (Casa Grande, AZ)

6/4/2022-Central Arizona Speedway (Casa Grande, AZ)
6/11/2022-Central Arizona Speedway (Casa Grande, AZ)

9/3/2022-Central Arizona Speedway (Casa Grande, AZ)
9/4/2022-Central Arizona Speedway (Casa Grande, AZ)

10/1/2022-Central Arizona Speedway (Casa Grande, AZ)
10/15/2022-Central Arizona Speedway (Casa Grande, AZ)
10/29/2022-Central Arizona Speedway (Casa Grande, AZ)

 

 

Tanner Thorson Collects His First Career Chili Bowl Championship

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (January 15, 2022) Becoming the 22nd driver to top the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, Nevada’s Tanner Thorson wheeled the Reinbold/Underwood Motorsports No. 19t to Victory Lane on Saturday night.

“I knew I had to step it up from Thursday night,” stated Thorson on his thoughts going into the day. “Bell was obviously better than me, and I knew they were going to bring the same car if not better. It helped having Kasey [Kahne] there running another car that was set up nearly identical. It brought a lot to my attention and the car ended up feeling pretty good.”

Chasing Christopher Bell, traffic came into play quickly but would prove ineffective at giving him a shot at the pass. Slowed on Lap 17, the restart saw several drivers start stepping their line up the track. Top by bottom just past Lap 25, traffic was again in the mix until Lap 36 when Justin Grant biked the cushion and tipped over in the second turn.

Stalking the iRacing No. 71w, Thorson threw the slide on Lap 37; taking the lead off the fourth turn. Back after Thorson as the pair sliced through traffic, Bell retook the lead for a moment through the first and second turns with six laps to run. Splitting the slower car of Brady Bacon, the No. 21h ended up going to a ride right between the leaders as he battled for position.

Back to green, Bell was set on attack, but contact with the wall let the No. 19t get away. Nearly dropping to third in the process, Bell regrouped and quickly gained ground. Picking up momentum to the final lap, time would run out as Thorson crossed with a 0.688-second advantage.

On the late-race move, Thorson said, “I knew it was getting late in the race and when they said how many laps were down, it was just like Turkey Night where I had to break Bell’s momentum a little bit because it not, it was going to be hard to beat him, so I just had to get going. Buddy was there and he was pressing me a little bit, but my car actually seemed to get better throughout the run and used what I learned off Thursday night.”

Christopher Bell crossed second with Rico Abreu working back to third in the closing laps. Buddy Kofoid crossed fourth with Tanner Carrick fifth in his first A-Feature appearance.

Kyle Larson in sixth was followed by C.J. Leary from 16th. Kevin Thomas, Jr. crossed eighth, followed by Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. and Thomas Meseraull to complete the top ten.

The 2022 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire drew in 381 drivers over the six nights of racing. The Saturday run of events was slated, to begin with, double Q-Features, but drivers scratching put the first events at double P-Features. Including the four rounds of Pole Shuffle, there were 35 races total on Saturday. The World Wide Technology Raceway Flip Count made it to 66 with drivers able to walk away. The biggest run through the Soup came from Sammy Swindell who advanced through six rounds before damage to his car sidelined him in the first I-Feature.

The 37th Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire takes place January 9-14, 2023, at the Tulsa Expo Raceway, located inside the SageNet Center in Tulsa, Okla. Ticket renews, and new orders begin on Wednesday, March 2, 2022. More information on prices will be posted soon.

For continued updates on the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, follow the event on Social Media (@cbnationals) and at http://www.chilibowl.com. Results

Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire Tulsa Expo Raceway (Tulsa, Okla.) Saturday, January 15, 2022 General Tire Championship Night

Event Car Count: 381

A-Feature:

A Feature (55 Laps): 1. 19T-Tanner Thorson[2]; 2. 71W-Christopher Bell[1]; 3. 97-Rico Abreu[3]; 4. 67-Michael Kofoid[5]; 5. 98-Tanner Carrick[6]; 6. 01-Kyle Larson[7]; 7. 55V-CJ Leary[16]; 8. 5T-Kevin Thomas Jr[8]; 9. 47S-Ricky Stenhouse Jr[10]; 10. 7X-Thomas Meseraull[13]; 11. 7C-Tyler Courtney[9]; 12. 52-Blake Hahn[14]; 13. 17W-Shane Golobic[18]; 14. 89-Chris Windom[17]; 15. 97W-Zeb Wise[11]; 16. 2J-Justin Grant[4]; 17. 47Z-Corey Day[20]; 18. 71K-Kaylee Bryson[12]; 19. 29-Tim Buckwalter[21]; 20. 8J-Jonathan Beason[24]; 21. 27W-Colby Copeland[15]; 22. 81X-Dillon Welch[22]; 23. (DNF) 87-Chase Johnson[19]; 24. (DNF) 21H-Brady Bacon[23]

Lap Leaders: Christopher Bell 1-36; Tanner Thorson 37-55 Hard Charger: C.J. Leary +9

#DoItForGrady Pole Shuffle

Pole Shuffle (4 Laps): 1. 71W-Christopher Bell[2]; 2. 19T-Tanner Thorson[7]; 3. 97-Rico Abreu[4]; 4. 2J-Justin Grant[1]; 5. 67-Michael Kofoid[5]; 6. 98-Tanner Carrick[3]; 7. 01-Kyle Larson[9]; 8. 5T-Kevin Thomas Jr[6]; 9. 7C-Tyler Courtney[10]; 10. 47S-Ricky Stenhouse Jr[8]

B-Features: Top 7 advance to the A-Feature

B Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 97W-Zeb Wise[1]; 2. 7X-Thomas Meseraull[8]; 3. 27W-Colby Copeland[5]; 4. 89-Chris Windom[3]; 5. 87-Chase Johnson[2]; 6. 29-Tim Buckwalter[4]; 7. 21H-Brady Bacon[9]; 8. 72J-Sam Johnson[6]; 9. 27B-Jake Bubak[13]; 10. 2D-Matt Sherrell[14]; 11. 55X-Alex Bowman[17]; 12. 40M-Chase McDermand[16]; 13. 7U-Kyle Jones[18]; 14. 11B-Clinton Boyles[11]; 15. 1R-Brad Sweet[10]; 16. 1S-Spencer Bayston[19]; 17. 68-Ronnie Gardner[20]; 18. 26C-Chance Crum[15]; 19. 32-Gary Taylor[12]; 20. 2H-Nick Hoffman[7]

B Feature 2 (20 Laps): 1. 71K-Kaylee Bryson[10]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[2]; 3. 55V-CJ Leary[1]; 4. 17W-Shane Golobic[6]; 5. 47Z-Corey Day[17]; 6. 81X-Dillon Welch[11]; 7. 8J-Jonathan Beason[15]; 8. 01K-Bryant Wiedeman[3]; 9. 19S-Kasey Kahne[13]; 10. 32T-Trey Marcham[18]; 11. 19A-Chase Randall[12]; 12. 84-Michael Faccinto[8]; 13. 55A-Jake Swanson[5]; 14. 5G-Gavan Boschele[14]; 15. 39B-Emerson Axsom[16]; 16. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[19]; 17. 08-Cannon McIntosh[9]; 18. 1D-David Gravel[4]; 19. 4B-Jason McDougal[7]; 20. 19B-Alex Bright[20]

C-Features: Top 5 advance to the corresponding B-Feature

C Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 40M-Chase McDermand[1]; 2. 55X-Alex Bowman[2]; 3. 7U-Kyle Jones[3]; 4. 1S-Spencer Bayston[9]; 5. 68-Ronnie Gardner[6]; 6. 5-Chase Briscoe[7]; 7. 83-Dominic Gorden[10]; 8. 55D-Nick Drake[5]; 9. 22M-Carson Kvapil[12]; 10. 45X-Roger Crockett[8]; 11. 51B-Joe B Miller[14]; 12. 97K-Brenham Crouch[20]; 13. 75B-Ryan Newman[11]; 14. 28-Ace McCarthy[17]; 15. 25V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[15]; 16. 26E-Cory Eliason[16]; 17. 19K-Riley Kreisel[13]; 18. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[18]; 19. 15-Donny Schatz[19]; 20. 22T-Don Droud Jr[4]

C Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 39B-Emerson Axsom[1]; 2. 47Z-Corey Day[2]; 3. 32T-Trey Marcham[4]; 4. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[3]; 5. 19B-Alex Bright[15]; 6. 25B-Steve Buckwalter[11]; 7. 21S-Karter Sarff[12]; 8. 81G-Anton Hernandez[14]; 9. 47-Zach Daum[18]; 10. M1-Colby Stubblefield[7]; 11. 21-Daryn Pittman[19]; 12. 2W-Tony Bruce Jr[20]; 13. 7M-Brody Roa[17]; 14. 11A-Andrew Felker[8]; 15. 9T-Tim McCreadie[5]; 16. 8-Alex Sewell[9]; 17. 73H-Hunter Schuerenberg[10]; 18. 9-Mitchell Davis[16]; 19. 77X-Wayne Johnson[13]; 20. 68W-Shane Cottle[6]

D-Features: Top 5 advance to the corresponding C-Feature

D Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 26E-Cory Eliason[6]; 2. 28-Ace McCarthy[1]; 3. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[5]; 4. 15-Donny Schatz[3]; 5. 97K-Brenham Crouch[11]; 6. 40-Colton Hardy[13]; 7. 15D-Andrew Deal[9]; 8. 22-Sean McClelland[7]; 9. 22X-Steven Shebester[20]; 10. 44X-Wesley Smith[19]; 11. 25K-Taylor Reimer[10]; 12. 1UK-Tom Harris[17]; 13. 71R-Frankie Guerrini[4]; 14. 27-Briggs Danner[8]; 15. 86-Brent Crews[14]; 16. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[18]; 17. 97X-Jesse Love[2]; 18. 45K-Kyler Johnson[12]; 19. (DNF) 51-RJ Johnson[15]; 20. (DNF) 4M-Brody Fuson[16]

D Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 9-Mitchell Davis[1]; 2. 7M-Brody Roa[2]; 3. 47-Zach Daum[5]; 4. 21-Daryn Pittman[3]; 5. 2W-Tony Bruce Jr[7]; 6. 29S-Hank Davis[10]; 7. 15E-Kinzer Edwards[4]; 8. 17-Tanner Berryhill[12]; 9. 11X-Donovan Peterson[11]; 10. 1G-Justin Peck[18]; 11. 7T-TJ Smith[13]; 12. 47X-Danny Stratton[6]; 13. 32W-Casey Shuman[15]; 14. 3N-Jake Neuman[17]; 15. 57-Maria Cofer[19]; 16. 80-Josh Hawkins[9]; 17. 77-Stevie Sussex III[16]; 18. 07W-Mitchel Moles[14]; 19. (DNF) 19F-Frank Flud[8]; 20. (DNS) 71G-Damion Gardner

E-Features: Top 5 advance to the corresponding D-Feature

E Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 4M-Brody Fuson[2]; 2. 1UK-Tom Harris[1]; 3. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[3]; 4. 44X-Wesley Smith[4]; 5. 22X-Steven Shebester[17]; 6. 7MR-Jadon Rogers[7]; 7. 57B-Daniel Robinson[10]; 8. 92-Derek Hagar[15]; 9. 39-Logan Seavey[14]; 10. 4T-Trey Gropp[11]; 11. 2G-JJ Yeley[16]; 12. 8K-Jake Neal[8]; 13. 5K-Ben Worth[18]; 14. 2E-Whit Gastineau[9]; 15. 2U-Slater Helt[12]; 16. (DNF) 19-Parker Price Miller[5]; 17. (DNF) 96-Cody Brewer[6]; 18. (DNF) 6A-AJ Bender[13]; 19. (DNS) 85-Jerry Coons Jr; 20. (DNS) 31K-Cole Bodine

E Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 77-Stevie Sussex III[1]; 2. 32W-Casey Shuman[3]; 3. 1G-Justin Peck[2]; 4. 3N-Jake Neuman[5]; 5. 57-Maria Cofer[6]; 6. 28K-Kory Schudy[4]; 7. 61J-Jacob Denney[7]; 8. 14U-Austin Torgerson[9]; 9. 8W-Kaleb Montgomery[13]; 10. 85T-Ryan Timms[15]; 11. 3B-Zach Blurton[12]; 12. 5LK-Jordan Kinser[14]; 13. 57W-Kaidon Brown[10]; 14. 12X-Steven Snawder[11]; 15. 17Z-Zac Moody[18]; 16. 17B-Ryan Bickett[19]; 17. 7R-AJ Hopkins[8]; 18. (DNF) 12M-Jeff Champagne[17]; 19. (DNF) 9C-Colten Cottle[16]; 20. (DNS) 4D-Robert Dalby

F-Features: Top 5 advance to the corresponding E-Feature

F Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 39-Logan Seavey[1]; 2. 92-Derek Hagar[5]; 3. 2G-JJ Yeley[2]; 4. 22X-Steven Shebester[9]; 5. 5K-Ben Worth[7]; 6. 42-Garth Kasiner[14]; 7. 14J-Jody Rosenboom[6]; 8. 11J-Justin Melton[3]; 9. 0Z-Landon Crawley[19]; 10. 7MF-Chance Morton[18]; 11. 75J-Jett Hays[16]; 12. 50-Daniel Adler[4]; 13. 4C-Cody Jessop[8]; 14. 71E-Mariah Ede[15]; 15. 21G-Casey Tillman[10]; 16. 44-Eric Wilkins[17]; 17. (DNF) 20G-Noah Gass[12]; 18. (DNF) 41X-Howard Moore[13]; 19. (DNF) 9E-Chase Elliott[11]; 20. (DNS) 31M-David Budres

F Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 9C-Colten Cottle[1]; 2. 85T-Ryan Timms[4]; 3. 17Z-Zac Moody[3]; 4. 12M-Jeff Champagne[11]; 5. 17B-Ryan Bickett[2]; 6. 14X-Chad Boespflug[7]; 7. 54-Matt Westfall[15]; 8. 51R-Ricky Thornton Jr[17]; 9. 71T-Zac Taylor[19]; 10. 99-Anthony Macri[9]; 11. 116-Scott Evans[8]; 12. 14-Dylan Postier[16]; 13. 18L-Logan Scherb[20]; 14. 08M-Jace McIntosh[6]; 15. 97A-Will Armitage[10]; 16. 0T-Alex Schriever[12]; 17. 21E-Emilio Hoover[18]; 18. (DNF) 91T-Tyler Thomas[14]; 19. (DNF) 6K-Michael (Mike) Snider[13]; 20. (DNF) 22W-Curtis Jones[5]

G-Features: Top 5 advance to the corresponding F-Feature

G Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 75J-Jett Hays[1]; 2. 71E-Mariah Ede[2]; 3. 7MF-Chance Morton[5]; 4. 44-Eric Wilkins[9]; 5. 0Z-Landon Crawley[6]; 6. 31B-Kyle Beilman[16]; 7. 2X-Michael Magic[3]; 8. 22B-Troy Betts[10]; 9. 4A-Dillon Silverman[12]; 10. 77W-Joey Wirth[4]; 11. 8G-Austin Shores[7]; 12. 38-Jake Andreotti[14]; 13. 45H-Logan Calderwood[11]; 14. 1K-Brayton Lynch[15]; 15. (DNF) 4-Taylor Ferns[8]; 16. (DNF) 75U-Brooke Tatnell[13]

G Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 14-Dylan Postier[1]; 2. 51R-Ricky Thornton Jr[6]; 3. 21E-Emilio Hoover[3]; 4. 71T-Zac Taylor[5]; 5. 18L-Logan Scherb[8]; 6. 67K-Jonathan Shafer[13]; 7. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[2]; 8. 14M-Dylan Bloomfield[7]; 9. 22G-Troy Morris III[15]; 10. 21M-Michelle Parson[16]; 11. 7-Shannon McQueen[9]; 12. 87F-Johnny Kent[11]; 13. 20H-Noah Harris[12]; 14. 4R-Nick Barger[10]; 15. 10-Kort Morgan[14]; 16. (DNF) 16C-David Camfield Jr[4]

H-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding G-Feature

H Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 45H-Logan Calderwood[1]; 2. 4A-Dillon Silverman[2]; 3. 75U-Brooke Tatnell[4]; 4. 38-Jake Andreotti[3]; 5. 1K-Brayton Lynch[5]; 6. 31B-Kyle Beilman[11]; 7. 2B-Brett Becker[6]; 8. 75X-Alex Vande Voort[13]; 9. 44C-Tristan Lee[7]; 10. 68S-Corby Scherb[10]; 11. 1N-Ryan Padgett[9]; 12. 22L-Lucas Scherb[15]; 13. 20-Tadd Holliman[16]; 14. 11T-Tyler Baran[12]; 15. 86X-Joshua Hodges[14]; 16. (DNF) 5F-Danny Frye III[8]

H Feature 2 (9 Laps): 1. 87F-Johnny Kent[1]; 2. 20H-Noah Harris[2]; 3. 67K-Jonathan Shafer[4]; 4. 10-Kort Morgan[5]; 5. 22G-Troy Morris III[9]; 6. 21M-Michelle Parson[10]; 7. 5C-Chase Howard[12]; 8. 56X-Mark Chisholm[15]; 9. 11G-Mike Goodman[11]; 10. 42K-Kevin Battefeld[14]; 11. 0W-Kevin Woody Jr[3]; 12. 17L-Cody Trammell[16]; 13. 74D-Xavier Doney[13]; 14. 18N-Alex Nalon[8]; 15. (DNF) 23S-Kyle Simon[6]; 16. (DNF) 2S-Travis Scott[7]

I-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding H-Feature

I Feature 1 (7 Laps): 1. 31B-Kyle Beilman[1]; 2. 11T-Tyler Baran[5]; 3. 75X-Alex Vande Voort[2]; 4. 86X-Joshua Hodges[3]; 5. 22L-Lucas Scherb[4]; 6. 20-Tadd Holliman[11]; 7. 95-Chris Andrews[16]; 8. 68B-Jason Martin[10]; 9. 91K-Kevin Bayer[12]; 10. 3G-Kyle Cummins[6]; 11. 60-Cody Gardner[7]; 12. 5H-Casey Hicks[8]; 13. 11C-Mike Woodruff[9]; 14. 3-Roy Larkin[15]; 15. (DNF) 1-Sammy Swindell[14]; 16. (DNF) 06-Rylan Gray[13] ***10-minute time limited reached.

I Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 11G-Mike Goodman[1]; 2. 5C-Chase Howard[4]; 3. 74D-Xavier Doney[8]; 4. 42K-Kevin Battefeld[3]; 5. 56X-Mark Chisholm[15]; 6. 17L-Cody Trammell[9]; 7. 53R-Sean Robbins[7]; 8. 51Z-Zach Boden[11]; 9. 7F-Roy Entze II[13]; 10. 91A-Chris Andrews[5]; 11. 68C-Jimmy Gardner[6]; 12. 31X-Carson Hocevar[10]; 13. (DNF) 10C-Dalton Camfield[2]; 14. (DNF) 08B-Austin Barnhill[14]; 15. (DNS) 2ND-Jeb Sessums

Kevin Studley J-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding I-Feature.

J Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 20-Tadd Holliman[1]; 2. 91K-Kevin Bayer[3]; 3. 06-Rylan Gray[9]; 4. 1-Sammy Swindell[11]; 5. 3-Roy Larkin[8]; 6. 95-Chris Andrews[6]; 7. 4X-Carson Sousa[5]; 8. 57A-Jack Routson[13]; 9. 75-Mario Clouser[10]; 10. 12-Corbin Gurley[12]; 11. 4Z-Nate Barger[2]; 12. (DNF) 77J-John Klabunde[4]; 13. (DNF) 8M-Kade Morton[7]; 14. (DNF) 23B-Brian Bell[14]; 15. (DNS) 79S-Landon Simon; 16. (DNS) 74-Drew Rader

J Feature 2 (1 Lap): 1. 51Z-Zach Boden[5]; 2. 31X-Carson Hocevar[7]; 3. 7F-Roy Entze II[6]; 4. 44D-Ty Hulsey[9]; 5. 56X-Mark Chisholm[13]; 6. 08B-Austin Barnhill[14]; 7. 3F-Tim Barber[12]; 8. 27K-Tucker Klaasmeyer[10]; 9. 44R-Branigan Roark[2]; 10. 75A-Bryan Stanfill[4]; 11. 8AJ-AJ Johnson[1]; 12. 47M-Jake Hagopian[3]; 13. 71-Steven Snyder Jr[8]; 14. 73-Dylan Ito[11]; 15. (DNS) 7D-Michelle Decker; 16. (DNS) 1P-Terry Nichols ***10-minute time limited reached.

K-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding J-Feature

K Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 06-Rylan Gray[5]; 2. 75-Mario Clouser[13]; 3. 1-Sammy Swindell[12]; 4. 12-Corbin Gurley[1]; 5. 57A-Jack Routson[14]; 6. 23B-Brian Bell[11]; 7. 91X-Danny Wood[16]; 8. 88S-Scott Orr[3]; 9. 8S-Kala Keliinoi[8]; 10. 79K-Larry Webster[7]; 11. 2T-Tanner Allen[10]; 12. 20C-CJ Sarna[9]; 13. (DNF) 2-Ronny Howard[6]; 14. (DNF) 17E-Blake Edwards[15]; 15. (DNF) 15Z-Jeff Zelinski[4]; 16. (DNF) 15X-Carson Garrett[2]

K Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 44D-Ty Hulsey[1]; 2. 27K-Tucker Klaasmeyer[11]; 3. 73-Dylan Ito[6]; 4. 3F-Tim Barber[7]; 5. 56X-Mark Chisholm[9]; 6. 08B-Austin Barnhill[2]; 7. 71A-Ayrton Olsen[3]; 8. 19Z-Hayden Reinbold[12]; 9. 1X-Anthony Esberg[10]; 10. 35R-Tyler Robbins[4]; 11. 77S-Travis Berryhill[13]; 12. 4K-Kayla Roell[14]; 13. 6C-Collin Rinehart[15]; 14. (DNF) 11K-David Gasper[5]; 15. (DNF) 15G-Dennie Gieber[8]; 16. (DNS) 14H-Mike Hess

L-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding K-Feature

L Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 23B-Brian Bell[2]; 2. 1-Sammy Swindell[11]; 3. 75-Mario Clouser[4]; 4. 57A-Jack Routson[12]; 5. 17E-Blake Edwards[9]; 6. 91X-Danny Wood[10]; 7. 4G-Paxton Gregory[8]; 8. 1H-Brad Wyatt[1]; 9. 251-Johnny Brown Jr[5]; 10. 28Q-Sean Quinn[3]; 11. 97R-Ryan Ellis[6]; 12. 21B-Travis Braden[13]; 13. (DNF) 91-Jeff Stasa[14]; 14. (DNF) 22C-Charlie Crumpton[7]; 15. (DNS) 86C-David Camfield Sr; 16. (DNS) 31S-Ray Seach

L Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 27K-Tucker Klaasmeyer[11]; 2. 1X-Anthony Esberg[1]; 3. 77S-Travis Berryhill[9]; 4. 19Z-Hayden Reinbold[15]; 5. 6C-Collin Rinehart[2]; 6. 4K-Kayla Roell[8]; 7. 78M-Merle Scherb[7]; 8. 88W-Dustin Weland[13]; 9. 8L-Colin Deming[3]; 10. 75T-Tyler Ross[6]; 11. 7TX-Anthony Pope[5]; 12. 8X-Thomas Esberg[4]; 13. 35L-Carson McCarl[12]; 14. 72W-Tye Wilke[14]; 15. 4S-AJ Gilbert[10]; 16. 44L-Ryan Leavitt[16]

M-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding L-Feature

M Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 17E-Blake Edwards[2]; 2. 91X-Danny Wood[4]; 3. 1-Sammy Swindell[13]; 4. 57A-Jack Routson[11]; 5. 21B-Travis Braden[5]; 6. 91-Jeff Stasa[12]; 7. 8B-Colby Deming[1]; 8. 0G-Glenn Styres[14]; 9. 7J-Shawn Jackson[15]; 10. 69-Cody Hays[7]; 11. 3C-Bryon Walters[6]; 12. 9M-Ricky Montgomery[9]; 13. 11M-Jeff Schindler[16]; 14. 5X-Kevin Douglas[10]; 15. (DNF) 2R-Adyn Schmidt[3]; 16. (DNF) 15K-Evan Garvy[8]

M Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 27K-Tucker Klaasmeyer[12]; 2. 35L-Carson McCarl[2]; 3. 88W-Dustin Weland[6]; 4. 72W-Tye Wilke[4]; 5. 19Z-Hayden Reinbold[8]; 6. 44L-Ryan Leavitt[3]; 7. 46-Kenney Johnson[11]; 8. 7NZ-Travis Buckley[13]; 9. 3L-Jesse Little[10]; 10. 51J-AJ Hernandez[7]; 11. 6X-Jesse Denome[1]; 12. (DNF) 15C-Carter Chevalier[9]; 13. (DNF) 2A-Rickie Gaunt[16]; 14. (DNF) 21K-Caleb Saiz[14]; 15. (DNF) 17C-Devin Camfield[5]; 16. (DNF) 45J-Shon Deskins[15] ***Reinbold was docked two spots at the finish for advancing before the cone on the last restart.

N-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding M-Feature

N Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 57A-Jack Routson[1]; 2. 91-Jeff Stasa[2]; 3. 1-Sammy Swindell[7]; 4. 0G-Glenn Styres[4]; 5. 7J-Shawn Jackson[6]; 6. 11M-Jeff Schindler[8]; 7. 55K-Todd Kluever[14]; 8. 71H-Bob Schaeffer[11]; 9. 17H-Harli White[10]; 10. 16X-Dave Axton[13]; 11. 34C-Cameron Willhite[5]; 12. 121-Steve Glover[3]; 13. 93-Kyle Bellm[9]; 14. 1F-Ryan Thomas[12]; 15. 98B-Joe Boyles[15]; 16. 10J-Lane Goodman[16]

N Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 46-Kenney Johnson[1]; 2. 27K-Tucker Klaasmeyer[6]; 3. 7NZ-Travis Buckley[2]; 4. 21K-Caleb Saiz[4]; 5. 45J-Shon Deskins[9]; 6. 2A-Rickie Gaunt[11]; 7. 46X-Jacob Perry[7]; 8. 4J-Josh Hodge[8]; 9. 17D-Raymond Panella[3]; 10. 84S-Shaun Shapel[5]; 11. 50S-Rocky Silva[12]; 12. 11H-Jori Hughes[10]; 13. 18C-Ryan Moser[14]; 14. (DNF) 17K-Michael Koontz[13]; 15. (DNS) 63H-Larry Petersen; 16. (DNS) 79-Ryan Hall

O-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding N-Feature

O Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 93-Kyle Bellm[2]; 2. 17H-Harli White[4]; 3. 71H-Bob Schaeffer[6]; 4. 1F-Ryan Thomas[10]; 5. 16X-Dave Axton[20]; 6. 55K-Todd Kluever[8]; 7. 3T-Taylor Peterson[13]; 8. 2MD-Gray Leadbetter[15]; 9. 29K-Brian Harvey[11]; 10. 21P-Daylin Perreira[17]; 11. (DNF) 47K-Kevin Brewer[3]; 12. (DNF) 7Z-Wes Benson[18]; 13. (DNF) 7DK-Darren Kauffman[9]; 14. (DNF) 22J-Taylor Kuehl[5]; 15. (DNF) 47D-Conor Daly[1]; 16. (DNS) 7JR-JD Black

O Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 45J-Shon Deskins[3]; 2. 11H-Jori Hughes[4]; 3. 2A-Rickie Gaunt[6]; 4. 50S-Rocky Silva[5]; 5. 17K-Michael Koontz[12]; 6. 18C-Ryan Moser[9]; 7. 14S-Presley Truedson[1]; 8. 7E-Jarrad Warhurst[10]; 9. 14E-Dillon Osborne[8]; 10. 21D-Justin Dickerson[11]; 11. 56M-Garrett Thomas[7]; 12. 715-Robert Bell[13]; 13. (DNF) 3W-Brandon Waelti[14]; 14. (DNF) 4F-Chad Frewaldt[15]; 15. (DNF) 7K-Kolton Gariss[16]; 16. (DQ) 0K-Don O'Keefe Jr[2] ***O'Keefe disqualified for rough driving.

P-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding O-Feature

P Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 29K-Brian Harvey[1]; 2. 3T-Taylor Peterson[3]; 3. 2MD-Gray Leadbetter[4]; 4. 21P-Daylin Perreira[8]; 5. 7Z-Wes Benson[2]; 6. 16X-Dave Axton[5]; 7. 71J-Jeff Wheeler[7]; 8. 10T-Brandon Thomas[10]; 9. 84J-Jesse Shapel[6]; 10. (DNF) 26-Kevin Rudeen[9]; 11. (DNS) 17J-Frank Beck; 12. (DNS) 17R-Chris Crowder; 13. (DNS) 33-Jackie Burke; 14. (DNS) 72X-Chris Tarrant**10-minute time limited reached.

P Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 14E-Dillon Osborne[2]; 2. 18C-Ryan Moser[1]; 3. 7E-Jarrad Warhurst[5]; 4. 21D-Justin Dickerson[4]; 5. 17K-Michael Koontz[3]; 6. 715-Robert Bell[7]; 7. 1EM-Tanner Ridge[11]; 8. 117-Ray Seeman[6]; 9. 0-Johnny Murdock[8]; 10. 87C-Austin Garrett[12]; 11. 99K-Robert Carson[10]; 12. 17M-Jeremy Hill[9]; 13. (DNS) 101-Chuck McGillivray; 14. (DNS) 73B-Robby Josett

 

Justin Grant Powers To Friday Driven2SaveLives A-Feature Win

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (January 14, 2022) Powering to his fifth Driven2SaveLives Preliminary Night Victory in the past six years, California’s Justin Grant held off the charge of Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. in the closing laps to lock into his sixth career Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire A-Feature event.

The win by Grant is the first of the week for RMS/NOS Energy Drink Team; ending the steak of preliminary wins by Keith Kunz Motorsports at four. The win is also the fourth of the week by a driver from California. Oklahoma’s Christopher Bell captured Thursday’s prelim victory.

Working by early leader, Sam Johnson, on Lap 16, Grant sailed the cushion until a restart on Lap 24 threatened his lead when Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. charged the hub to the top spot, only to have a caution negate the pass.

“That yellow doesn’t come out, I’m pretty sure Ricky [Stenhouse] wins that race,” stated Grant when asked about the challenge for the lead.

“We caught a big break there getting back to the lead and knowing that the bottom was there, and it was cleaning off, but I still didn’t feel that great down there so I kept trying to circle the top of one and two, and then he finally rolled up alongside me and I had to hustle down the backstretch and get that door closed.”

Adjusting to the bottom on the restart, it was a dogfight as the pair slammed tires several times trying to up the other with Grant finally getting the advantage. A slight amount of breathing room rolling to the white flag, that was quickly reduced to car lengths as Stenhouse returned to the cushion in three and four for one final attempt. Tight through the center, that allowed Grant to hold on by 0.504-seconds

Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. in second was followed closely by Zeb Wise, who tore a path through the field from 17th. Bryant Wiedeman was fourth with Sam Johnson posting a career-high fifth-place finish. Michael Faccinto crossed sixth, with Clinton Boyles rolling to seventh from 11th. Spinning on Lap 16, Kasey Kahne made a massive rebound to finish eighth with Chase McDermand ninth. Ethan Mitchell made up five spots to complete Friday’s top ten.

With preliminary nights complete, the official count of competitors into the 36th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire is a new record of 381. Officially, 395 entries were turned in without cancelation before the event.

On Friday night, the World Wide Technology Raceway Flip Count made it to 46 with everyone able to walk away.

Setting the stage of Saturday’s run through “The Soup”, the SageNet Center will open at 7:00 A.M. with Hot Laps at 9:00 A.M. (CT). Saturday is slated to start with double Q-Features. Lineups for each event are online at https://www.chilibowl.com/news/?i=103209&clk=featureNews. General Admission Pit Passes are sold at the event and never sell out.

Live coverage can be found on http://www.floracing.com until the event switches live to MAVTV after Opening Ceremonies.

For continued updates on the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, follow the event on Social Media (@cbnationals) and at http://www.chilibowl.com.

Results:

Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire
Tulsa Expo Raceway - Tulsa, Okla.
Friday, January 14, 2022
Drive2SaveLives Qualifying Night

Car Count: 83
Event Count: 381 (New Record)

OERB Heat Races: Top 40 in passing points advance to Qualifiers.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 84-Michael Faccinto[2]; 2. 77X-Wayne Johnson[9]; 3. 31B-Kyle Beilman[1]; 4. 21-Daryn Pittman[10]; 5. 19F-Frank Flud[7]; 6. 57A-Jack Routson[5]; 7. 44D-Ty Hulsey[4]; 8. 50S-Rocky Silva[8]; 9. (DNF) 14S-Presley Truedson[3]; 10. (DNF) 79M-Cruz Pedregon[6]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 97W-Zeb Wise[2]; 2. 11A-Andrew Felker[3]; 3. 95-Chris Andrews[4]; 4. 51Z-Zach Boden[6]; 5. 6X-Jesse Denome[1]; 6. 0Z-Landon Crawley[5]; 7. 51R-Ricky Thornton Jr[9]; 8. 47D-Conor Daly[8]; 9. 16X-Dave Axton[7]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 32W-Casey Shuman[5]; 2. 08M-Jace McIntosh[1]; 3. 31M-David Budres[6]; 4. 87F-Johnny Kent[7]; 5. 75J-Jett Hays[8]; 6. 8B-Colby Deming[4]; 7. (DNF) 56M-Garrett Thomas[2]; 8. (DNF) 46-Kenney Johnson[3]; 9. (DNS) 53-Brett Wilson

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 72J-Sam Johnson[2]; 2. 11X-Donovan Peterson[6]; 3. 75B-Ryan Newman[9]; 4. 14-Dylan Postier[5]; 5. 14U-Austin Torgerson[7]; 6. 97R-Ryan Ellis[3]; 7. 101-Chuck McGillivray[1]; 8. (DNF) 10J-Lane Goodman[8]; 9. (DNF) 87W-Ryan Bernal[4]

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 11B-Clinton Boyles[2]; 2. 40M-Chase McDermand[4]; 3. 01K-Bryant Wiedeman[5]; 4. 3G-Kyle Cummins[1]; 5. 1X-Anthony Esberg[3]; 6. 73-Dylan Ito[7]; 7. 12M-Jeff Champagne[9]; 8. 75T-Tyler Ross[8]; 9. 117-Ray Seeman[6]

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 1UK-Tom Harris[1]; 2. 26E-Cory Eliason[2]; 3. 4T-Trey Gropp[7]; 4. 68C-Jimmy Gardner[4]; 5. 23S-Kyle Simon[6]; 6. 45H-Logan Calderwood[8]; 7. 39-Logan Seavey[5]; 8. 33-Jackie Burke[3]; 9. 27K-Tucker Klaasmeyer[9]

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 28-Ace McCarthy[8]; 2. 97K-Brenham Crouch[3]; 3. 9C-Colten Cottle[4]; 4. 20-Tadd Holliman[1]; 5. 2B-Brett Becker[7]; 6. 1H-Brad Wyatt[5]; 7. 2-Ronny Howard[9]; 8. (DNF) 00J-Jamie Speers[6]; 9. (DNF) 20W-Shawn Wicker[2]

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 7R-AJ Hopkins[2]; 2. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[1]; 3. 68-Ronnie Gardner[8]; 4. 44X-Wesley Smith[4]; 5. 11G-Mike Goodman[6]; 6. 88W-Dustin Weland[3]; 7. 3C-Bryon Walters[7]; 8. (DNF) 1F-Ryan Thomas[5]; 9. (DNS) 16-Santino Ferrucci

Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 47S-Ricky Stenhouse Jr[8]; 2. 19S-Kasey Kahne[4]; 3. 2J-Justin Grant[7]; 4. 1P-Terry Nichols[1]; 5. 12-Corbin Gurley[2]; 6. 14J-Jody Rosenboom[9]; 7. 71H-Bob Schaeffer[3]; 8. 0-Johnny Murdock[6]; 9. 7Z-Wes Benson[5]

D-Features: Top 2 advance to corresponding C-Feature.

D Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 27K-Tucker Klaasmeyer[6]; 2. 75T-Tyler Ross[3]; 3. 47D-Conor Daly[2]; 4. 71H-Bob Schaeffer[1]; 5. 1F-Ryan Thomas[5]; 6. 101-Chuck McGillivray[4]; 7. 117-Ray Seeman[8]; 8. 33-Jackie Burke[7]; 9. (DNF) 53-Brett Wilson[9]; 10. (DNS) 87W-Ryan Bernal; 11. (DNS) 20W-Shawn Wicker

D Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 10J-Lane Goodman[2]; 2. 46-Kenney Johnson[6]; 3. 14S-Presley Truedson[7]; 4. 50S-Rocky Silva[1]; 5. 56M-Garrett Thomas[3]; 6. 7Z-Wes Benson[8]; 7. 16X-Dave Axton[5]; 8. 0-Johnny Murdock[4]; 9. (DNF) 00J-Jamie Speers[9]; 10. (DNF) 79M-Cruz Pedregon[10]; 11. (DNF) 16-Santino Ferrucci[11]

C-Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding B-Feature.

C Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 51R-Ricky Thornton Jr[4]; 2. 39-Logan Seavey[10]; 3. 45H-Logan Calderwood[1]; 4. 20-Tadd Holliman[2]; 5. 12-Corbin Gurley[5]; 6. 73-Dylan Ito[3]; 7. 1H-Brad Wyatt[7]; 8. 75T-Tyler Ross[12]; 9. 8B-Colby Deming[8]; 10. 88W-Dustin Weland[9]; 11. 57A-Jack Routson[6]; 12. 27K-Tucker Klaasmeyer[11]

C Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 0Z-Landon Crawley[6]; 2. 3G-Kyle Cummins[1]; 3. 12M-Jeff Champagne[4]; 4. 1P-Terry Nichols[2]; 5. 44D-Ty Hulsey[10]; 6. 2-Ronny Howard[7]; 7. 1X-Anthony Esberg[3]; 8. 97R-Ryan Ellis[8]; 9. 6X-Jesse Denome[5]; 10. 3C-Bryon Walters[9]; 11. (DNF) 46-Kenney Johnson[12]; 12. (DNF) 10J-Lane Goodman[11]

Team Toyota Qualifiers: Top 16 in combined passing points advance to the A-Feature.

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 72J-Sam Johnson[3]; 2. 97K-Brenham Crouch[1]; 3. 19S-Kasey Kahne[2]; 4. 47S-Ricky Stenhouse Jr[6]; 5. 75B-Ryan Newman[5]; 6. 4T-Trey Gropp[4]; 7. 19F-Frank Flud[9]; 8. 08M-Jace McIntosh[7]; 9. 75J-Jett Hays[8]; 10. 68C-Jimmy Gardner[10]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 01K-Bryant Wiedeman[1]; 2. 2J-Justin Grant[4]; 3. 11B-Clinton Boyles[3]; 4. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[7]; 5. 11X-Donovan Peterson[5]; 6. 77X-Wayne Johnson[6]; 7. 14U-Austin Torgerson[9]; 8. 44X-Wesley Smith[10]; 9. 9C-Colten Cottle[8]; 10. 31M-David Budres[2]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 1UK-Tom Harris[2]; 2. 84-Michael Faccinto[4]; 3. 68-Ronnie Gardner[5]; 4. 7R-AJ Hopkins[3]; 5. 28-Ace McCarthy[6]; 6. 87F-Johnny Kent[1]; 7. 23S-Kyle Simon[10]; 8. 14-Dylan Postier[8]; 9. 2B-Brett Becker[9]; 10. 95-Chris Andrews[7]

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 40M-Chase McDermand[3]; 2. 26E-Cory Eliason[1]; 3. 11A-Andrew Felker[2]; 4. 97W-Zeb Wise[4]; 5. 21-Daryn Pittman[5]; 6. 32W-Casey Shuman[6]; 7. 14J-Jody Rosenboom[9]; 8. 51Z-Zach Boden[7]; 9. 31B-Kyle Beilman[8]; 10. 11G-Mike Goodman[10]

Dave.com B-Features: Top 4 advance to the A-Feature.

B Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 97W-Zeb Wise[2]; 2. 32W-Casey Shuman[1]; 3. 11A-Andrew Felker[3]; 4. 19F-Frank Flud[5]; 5. 4T-Trey Gropp[4]; 6. 39-Logan Seavey[14]; 7. 08M-Jace McIntosh[7]; 8. 31M-David Budres[10]; 9. 75J-Jett Hays[9]; 10. 51R-Ricky Thornton Jr[13]; 11. 45H-Logan Calderwood[15]; 12. 23S-Kyle Simon[6]; 13. 31B-Kyle Beilman[11]; 14. 68C-Jimmy Gardner[12]; 15. 20-Tadd Holliman[16]; 16. 51Z-Zach Boden[8]

B Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 21-Daryn Pittman[3]; 2. 26E-Cory Eliason[1]; 3. 44X-Wesley Smith[7]; 4. 7R-AJ Hopkins[2]; 5. 14U-Austin Torgerson[5]; 6. 9C-Colten Cottle[9]; 7. 14J-Jody Rosenboom[6]; 8. 12M-Jeff Champagne[13]; 9. 14-Dylan Postier[8]; 10. 0Z-Landon Crawley[11]; 11. 87F-Johnny Kent[4]; 12. 2B-Brett Becker[10]; 13. (DNF) 11G-Mike Goodman[12]; 14. (DNF) 3G-Kyle Cummins[14]; 15. (DNF) 1P-Terry Nichols[15]; 16. (DNS) 95-Chris Andrews

A-Feature: Top 2 advance to Saturday's A-Feature.

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 2J-Justin Grant[4]; 2. 47S-Ricky Stenhouse Jr[1]; 3. 97W-Zeb Wise[17]; 4. 01K-Bryant Wiedeman[9]; 5. 72J-Sam Johnson[2]; 6. 84-Michael Faccinto[5]; 7. 11B-Clinton Boyles[11]; 8. 19S-Kasey Kahne[14]; 9. 40M-Chase McDermand[3]; 10. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[15]; 11. 68-Ronnie Gardner[6]; 12. 11A-Andrew Felker[21]; 13. 75B-Ryan Newman[13]; 14. 77X-Wayne Johnson[10]; 15. 28-Ace McCarthy[8]; 16. 21-Daryn Pittman[18]; 17. 26E-Cory Eliason[20]; 18. 19F-Frank Flud[23]; 19. 97K-Brenham Crouch[12]; 20. 11X-Donovan Peterson[16]; 21. 1UK-Tom Harris[7]; 22. 32W-Casey Shuman[19]; 23. (DNF) 44X-Wesley Smith[22]; 24. (DNF) 7R-AJ Hopkins[24]

Lap Leader(s): Sam Johnson 1-16; Justin Grant 17-30
Hard Charger: Zeb Wise +17

 

 

Christopher Bell Digs To Seventh Consecutive Chili Bowl Prelim Victory

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (January 14, 2022) Winning Thursday’s John Christer Trucking Qualifying Night, Christopher Bell used every line possible to work by Tanner Thorson in the final five laps. Tying Sammy Swindell for all-time preliminary night wins, Bell's win was his seventh in as many years to make it eighth victories since 2014.

Back in a car owned by Keith Kunz Motorsports, the win is No. 35 for Kunz at the Tulsa Expo Raceway.

“First off I’ve got to say, damn I love the Chili Bowl!” stated Bell from Victory Lane.

On his ability to run the car anywhere he wanted, Bell stated, “Man I don’t know, I feel like I’ve struggled on the wet tracks, and especially when they put their feature setup in. I just really struggle to get going the first couple of laps, but at the end, I feel good. I could roll the bottom nice, and it was good on the top too. For whatever reason, this package we’re running is making it good when the track really slicks off and the curb gets really big, but man, I had to work for that one.”

Getting to the lead over Shane Golobic on Lap 5, Tanner Thorson held point on the field until Lap 27. Pursued by Bell, who worked to second with 11 laps to run, traffic played into the race as the leaders hit the 20th revolution. Trading lines with Thorson, the iRacing No. 71w had a run working Lap 22 but would have to wait as the caution waved.

Going for the slide on the restart, Bell slammed the cushion, allowing Thorson to retake the lead. Challenged by C.J. Leary for a moment, Bell was able to regroup. Caution again working Lap 25, the field reverted back to Lap 24 as only the top four made it across the line before the caution was called for.

The top three to the hub of the Tulsa Expo Raceway on the restart, Thorson stayed low as Bell adjusted back to the cushion. Taking over the lead on Lap 27, the next three laps were anyone’s race to win as Thorson and Leary went after the No. 71w, but Bell would not be denied the win; crossing with only 0.380-seconds to spare.

Keeping the upper hand through the final two turns, Tanner Thorson locked into Saturday night with a runner-up finish. C.J. Leary settled for third. Rolling through a Dave.com B-Feature, Tim Buckwalter clawed his way through the field from 20th to finish fourth. Shane Golobic ended up fifth.

From 18th, Brady Bacon ended up sixth with Dillon Welch seventh. Matt Sherrell advanced six spots to finish eighth. Recovering from an early caution, Emerson Axsom crossed ninth with Don Droud, Jr. making up twelve spots to round out the top ten.

Thursday saw 78 of the 82 scheduled drivers draw in, bringing the week’s total to 299. With Friday to go, there will be a new attendance record. The World Wide Technology Raceway Flip Count made it to 36 with everyone able to walk away.

Preliminary Night action concludes with Friday’s Drive2Save Lives Qualifying Night. The SageNet Center opens at 9:00 A.M. and will require a ticket or Pit Pass to enter. Hot Laps are at 4:00 P.M. with racing at 5:00 P.M. General Admission Pit Passes are sold at the event and never sell out.

Live coverage can be found on http://www.floracing.com.

For continued updates on the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, follow the event on Social Media (@cbnationals) and at http://www.chilibowl.com.

Results:

Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire
Tulsa Expo Raceway - Tulsa, Okla.
Thursday, January 13, 2022
John Christner Trucking Qualifying Night

Car Count: 78
Event Count: 299

OERB Heat Races: Top 40 in passing points advance to Qualifiers.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 2G-JJ Yeley[1]; 2. 2D-Matt Sherrell[3]; 3. 5K-Ben Worth[5]; 4. 60-Cody Gardner[2]; 5. 74-Drew Rader[7]; 6. 2S-Travis Scott[9]; 7. 78M-Merle Scherb[6]; 8. 10T-Brandon Thomas[8]; 9. (DNF) 71G-Damion Gardner[4]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 29-Tim Buckwalter[1]; 2. 19T-Tanner Thorson[9]; 3. 20G-Noah Gass[2]; 4. 75X-Alex Vande Voort[6]; 5. 79K-Larry Webster[5]; 6. 4Z-Nate Barger[8]; 7. 8G-Austin Shores[7]; 8. (DNF) 72X-Chris Tarrant[4]; 9. (DNF) 15W-Danny Burke[3]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 77-Stevie Sussex III[2]; 2. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[1]; 3. 7D-Michelle Decker[4]; 4. 4A-Dillon Silverman[8]; 5. 14M-Dylan Bloomfield[5]; 6. 23B-Brian Bell[7]; 7. (DNF) 14X-Chad Boespflug[9]; 8. (DNF) 715-Robert Bell[6]; 9. (DNF) 7JR-JD Black[3]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 17W-Shane Golobic[6]; 2. 4M-Brody Fuson[3]; 3. 3B-Zach Blurton[1]; 4. 68W-Shane Cottle[8]; 5. 7NZ-Travis Buckley[2]; 6. 3F-Tim Barber[4]; 7. 91-Jeff Stasa[5]; 8. 93-Kyle Bellm[7]; 9. (DNS) 18C-Ryan Moser

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 71W-Christopher Bell[4]; 2. 57B-Daniel Robinson[2]; 3. 71R-Frankie Guerrini[3]; 4. 15D-Andrew Deal[5]; 5. 0T-Alex Schriever[8]; 6. 08B-Austin Barnhill[7]; 7. 0K-Don O'Keefe Jr[1]; 8. (DNF) 73X-Colby Johnson[9]; 9. (DNF) 17M-Jeremy Hill[6]

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 51B-Joe B Miller[2]; 2. 81X-Dillon Welch[4]; 3. 39B-Emerson Axsom[7]; 4. 53R-Sean Robbins[1]; 5. 69-Cody Hays[5]; 6. 63H-Larry Petersen[6]; 7. 84J-Jesse Shapel[3]; 8. (DNF) 44C-Tristan Lee[8]; 9. (DNF) 2A-Rickie Gaunt[9]

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 25B-Steve Buckwalter[3]; 2. 21H-Brady Bacon[5]; 3. 9-Mitchell Davis[7]; 4. 2E-Whit Gastineau[8]; 5. 8AJ-AJ Johnson[4]; 6. 35L-Carson McCarl[2]; 7. 31S-Ray Seach[6]; 8. (DNF) 20H-Noah Harris[1]

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 86-Brent Crews[3]; 2. 1S-Spencer Bayston[4]; 3. 55V-CJ Leary[7]; 4. 71E-Mariah Ede[2]; 5. 10C-Dalton Camfield[6]; 6. 98B-Joe Boyles[5]; 7. 51J-AJ Hernandez[8]; 8. 21D-Justin Dickerson[1]

Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 22T-Don Droud Jr[1]; 2. 47X-Danny Stratton[5]; 3. 57-Maria Cofer[6]; 4. 17B-Ryan Bickett[3]; 5. 15X-Carson Garrett[7]; 6. 17E-Blake Edwards[2]; 7. 6C-Collin Rinehart[8]; 8. 17J-Frank Beck[4]

D-Features: Top 2 advance to corresponding C-Feature.

D Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 91-Jeff Stasa[1]; 2. 71G-Damion Gardner[8]; 3. 93-Kyle Bellm[3]; 4. 7JR-JD Black[9]; 5. 17J-Frank Beck[5]; 6. 21D-Justin Dickerson[7]; 7. 715-Robert Bell[4]; 8. (DNF) 73X-Colby Johnson[6]; 9. (DNF) 10T-Brandon Thomas[2]

D Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 20H-Noah Harris[6]; 2. 44C-Tristan Lee[2]; 3. 0K-Don O'Keefe Jr[3]; 4. 2A-Rickie Gaunt[5]; 5. 18C-Ryan Moser[9]; 6. 72X-Chris Tarrant[4]; 7. 84J-Jesse Shapel[1]; 8. 17M-Jeremy Hill[7]; 9. (DNF) 15W-Danny Burke[8]

C-Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding B-Feature.

C Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 14M-Dylan Bloomfield[2]; 2. 14X-Chad Boespflug[5]; 3. 53R-Sean Robbins[1]; 4. 71G-Damion Gardner[12]; 5. 15X-Carson Garrett[3]; 6. 3F-Tim Barber[8]; 7. 23B-Brian Bell[4]; 8. 78M-Merle Scherb[10]; 9. 17E-Blake Edwards[9]; 10. 51J-AJ Hernandez[7]; 11. 91-Jeff Stasa[11]; 12. 63H-Larry Petersen[6]

C Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 8AJ-AJ Johnson[3]; 2. 8G-Austin Shores[9]; 3. 20H-Noah Harris[11]; 4. 44C-Tristan Lee[12]; 5. 08B-Austin Barnhill[4]; 6. 79K-Larry Webster[1]; 7. 6C-Collin Rinehart[7]; 8. 31S-Ray Seach[10]; 9. 35L-Carson McCarl[8]; 10. 69-Cody Hays[2]; 11. 7NZ-Travis Buckley[5]; 12. (DNF) 98B-Joe Boyles[6]

Team Toyota Qualifiers: Top 16 in combined passing points advance to the A-Feature.

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 86-Brent Crews[5]; 2. 81X-Dillon Welch[3]; 3. 19T-Tanner Thorson[6]; 4. 2E-Whit Gastineau[1]; 5. 9-Mitchell Davis[4]; 6. 29-Tim Buckwalter[2]; 7. 57B-Daniel Robinson[7]; 8. 3B-Zach Blurton[9]; 9. 10C-Dalton Camfield[10]; 10. 0T-Alex Schriever[8]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 17W-Shane Golobic[6]; 2. 55V-CJ Leary[4]; 3. 2D-Matt Sherrell[1]; 4. 1S-Spencer Bayston[3]; 5. 71R-Frankie Guerrini[8]; 6. 21H-Brady Bacon[5]; 7. 22T-Don Droud Jr[2]; 8. 74-Drew Rader[9]; 9. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[7]; 10. 60-Cody Gardner[10]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 4M-Brody Fuson[1]; 2. 71W-Christopher Bell[6]; 3. 57-Maria Cofer[3]; 4. 47X-Danny Stratton[5]; 5. 77-Stevie Sussex III[4]; 6. 4A-Dillon Silverman[2]; 7. 71E-Mariah Ede[10]; 8. 2S-Travis Scott[9]; 9. (DNF) 7D-Michelle Decker[7]; 10. (DNF) 20G-Noah Gass[8]

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 39B-Emerson Axsom[5]; 2. 68W-Shane Cottle[2]; 3. 15D-Andrew Deal[8]; 4. 51B-Joe B Miller[4]; 5. 2G-JJ Yeley[3]; 6. 5K-Ben Worth[1]; 7. 17B-Ryan Bickett[9]; 8. 75X-Alex Vande Voort[7]; 9. 4Z-Nate Barger[10]; 10. (DNF) 25B-Steve Buckwalter[6]

Dave.com B-Features: Top 4 advance to the A-Feature.

B Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 77-Stevie Sussex III[1]; 2. 71R-Frankie Guerrini[2]; 3. 71G-Damion Gardner[16]; 4. 25B-Steve Buckwalter[7]; 5. 57B-Daniel Robinson[5]; 6. 2G-JJ Yeley[3]; 7. 14X-Chad Boespflug[14]; 8. 20G-Noah Gass[12]; 9. 71E-Mariah Ede[6]; 10. 14M-Dylan Bloomfield[13]; 11. 4A-Dillon Silverman[4]; 12. 2S-Travis Scott[9]; 13. 75X-Alex Vande Voort[8]; 14. 53R-Sean Robbins[15]; 15. 4Z-Nate Barger[11]; 16. (DNF) 7D-Michelle Decker[10]

B Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 21H-Brady Bacon[2]; 2. 29-Tim Buckwalter[3]; 3. 22T-Don Droud Jr[5]; 4. 2E-Whit Gastineau[1]; 5. 3B-Zach Blurton[7]; 6. 17B-Ryan Bickett[6]; 7. 5K-Ben Worth[4]; 8. 0T-Alex Schriever[11]; 9. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[9]; 10. 8G-Austin Shores[14]; 11. 20H-Noah Harris[15]; 12. 44C-Tristan Lee[16]; 13. 10C-Dalton Camfield[10]; 14. 60-Cody Gardner[12]; 15. 8AJ-AJ Johnson[13]; 16. 74-Drew Rader[8]

A-Feature: Top 2 advance to Saturday's A-Feature.

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 71W-Christopher Bell[4]; 2. 19T-Tanner Thorson[3]; 3. 55V-CJ Leary[6]; 4. 29-Tim Buckwalter[20]; 5. 17W-Shane Golobic[1]; 6. 21H-Brady Bacon[18]; 7. 81X-Dillon Welch[7]; 8. 2D-Matt Sherrell[14]; 9. 39B-Emerson Axsom[5]; 10. 22T-Don Droud Jr[22]; 11. 68W-Shane Cottle[11]; 12. 1S-Spencer Bayston[15]; 13. 25B-Steve Buckwalter[23]; 14. 51B-Joe B Miller[13]; 15. 9-Mitchell Davis[16]; 16. 71R-Frankie Guerrini[19]; 17. 47X-Danny Stratton[10]; 18. (DNF) 15D-Andrew Deal[9]; 19. (DNF) 71G-Damion Gardner[21]; 20. (DNF) 86-Brent Crews[2]; 21. (DNF) 77-Stevie Sussex III[17]; 22. (DNF) 4M-Brody Fuson[8]; 23. (DNF) 57-Maria Cofer[12]; 24. (DNF) 2E-Whit Gastineau[24]

Lap Leader(s): Shane Golobic 1-4; Tanner Thorson 5-26; Christopher Bell 27-30
Hard Charger: Tim Buckwalter +16

 

Rico Abreu Continues Hard Rock Qualifying Night Dominance

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (January 12, 2022) Landing in Victory Lane on Wednesday night for the seventh time, California’s Rico Abreu captured his fifth win in as many years on Hard Rock Hotel Casino Qualifying Night at the 36th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire.

Before answering any questions, Rico gave a shout-out to injured teammate, Daison Pursley, “First off, I just want to let everyone know we’re thinking about Daison Pursley right now. He’s a big part of our team, and he’s not here but I know he’s watching. We love you, buddy. Keep working hard.”

Keeping Keith Kunz Motorsports undefeated through the first three nights of the 2022 event, the win is No. 32 for Kunz on Tulsa Expo Raceway clay.

“My guys do an unbelieve job on these racecars, and it shows,” stated Rico. “We’ve won three in a row this week, and my car as the race went on just built momentum. It would just shoot off the corner, but at the end, my pace slowed down just so I didn’t make mistakes on the cushion.”

Taking off from the fourth position, Abreu worked to the runner-up spot on Lap 11 after a multi-lap battle with Kevin Thomas, Jr. and Colby Copeland. In pursuit of Jason McDougal, a caution the following lap erased an over one second lead for the Broken Arrow driver. Working top shelf at one end of the track, the No. 97 shot to the lead with turn-four slide job after McDougal changed his line to try and keep Rico at bay.

Pulling away from the race for second, Jason was under fire as seventh starting Chase Randall worked into the picture, and took the spot on Lap 18. Running down Rico under green flag conditions on the hub of the Tulsa Expo Raceway, Chase threw the slide with four laps to run, but too hard into the cushion allowed Abreu room to retake the lead.

Now pursued by Kevin Thomas, Jr. after another caution, the No. 5t held tight of the bottom. Keeping pace with Rico, the run for the lead came on the final lap. Pulling even at the exit of the second turn, Abreu had just enough momentum to clear Thomas to the bottom of the final two turns. Able to protect his lead, Rico won by 0.353-seconds with Blake Hahn third for the third year in a row.

On the final laps, Rico said, “I could sense Kevin [Thomas] behind me and was just kind of waiting to make that last-second move down there. I saw him right at the exit of turn two and was able to get enough launch to clear him and block his run.”

Colby Copeland ended up fourth after running second early on, with Jason McDougal ending up fifth. Getting bit by the cushion, Brad Sweet recovered to a sixth-place finish with Chase Randall slipping back to seventh after his run-in with the cushion. Chase Crum was the night’s hard charger; advancing eight positions to finish eighth. Corey Day and Nick Drake completed the top ten.

Wednesday added 79 more drivers to the 2022 event for 221 checking in so far. The World Wide Technology Raceway Flip Count made it to 23 with everyone able to walk away.

Racing continues Thursday, January 13, 2022, with John Christner Trucking Qualifying Night. The SageNet Center opens at 9:00 A.M. Hot Laps are at 4:00 P.M. with racing at 5:00 P.M. Reserved Seats for Pit Passes are sold at the event and never sell out.

Live coverage can be found on http://www.floracing.com.

For continued updates on the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, follow the event on Social Media (@cbnationals) and at http://www.chilibowl.com.

Results:

Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire Tulsa Expo Raceway - Tulsa, Okla. Wednesday, January 12, 2022 Hard Rock Casino Qualifying Night

Car Count: 79 Event Count: 221

OERB Heat Races: Top 40 in passing points advance to Qualifiers.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 27W-Colby Copeland[4]; 2. 44-Eric Wilkins[8]; 3. 25V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[6]; 4. M1-Colby Stubblefield[9]; 5. 15Z-Jeff Zelinski[3]; 6. 77J-John Klabunde[1]; 7. 55K-Todd Kluever[2]; 8. 2C-JR Ewing[5]; 9. 45J-Shon Deskins[7]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 8K-Jake Neal[2]; 2. 21S-Karter Sarff[6]; 3. 67K-Jonathan Shafer[3]; 4. 2W-Tony Bruce Jr[5]; 5. 4D-Robert Dalby[9]; 6. 22C-Charlie Crumpton[1]; 7. 56X-Mark Chisholm[7]; 8. 22X-Steven Shebester[8]; 9. 99K-Robert Carson[4]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 51-RJ Johnson[5]; 2. 31X-Carson Hocevar[2]; 3. 25K-Taylor Reimer[6]; 4. 26C-Chance Crum[9]; 5. 22L-Lucas Scherb[4]; 6. 75U-Brooke Tatnell[8]; 7. 15C-Carter Chevalier[1]; 8. (DNF) 91X-Danny Wood[3]; 9. (DNF) 1-Sammy Swindell[7]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[5]; 2. 47M-Jake Hagopian[4]; 3. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[7]; 4. 42-Garth Kasiner[9]; 5. 17L-Cody Trammell[8]; 6. 91T-Tyler Thomas[2]; 7. 73B-Robby Josett[3]; 8. 17H-Harli White[6]; 9. 71J-Jeff Wheeler[1]

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 1R-Brad Sweet[2]; 2. 77W-Joey Wirth[6]; 3. 7-Shannon McQueen[1]; 4. 2U-Slater Helt[7]; 5. 85T-Ryan Timms[8]; 6. 16C-David Camfield Jr[4]; 7. 22G-Troy Morris III[9]; 8. 14E-Dillon Osborne[3]; 9. 4F-Chad Frewaldt[5]

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 11C-Mike Woodruff[2]; 2. 7M-Brody Roa[3]; 3. 50-Daniel Adler[5]; 4. 35R-Tyler Robbins[1]; 5. 5C-Chase Howard[6]; 6. 46X-Jacob Perry[4]; 7. 20C-CJ Sarna[7]; 8. 29K-Brian Harvey[8]; 9. 1EM-Tanner Ridge[9]

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 4B-Jason McDougal[7]; 2. 19-Parker Price Miller[4]; 3. 55D-Nick Drake[6]; 4. 83-Dominic Gorden[3]; 5. 5LK-Jordan Kinser[5]; 6. 17-Tanner Berryhill[9]; 7. 75-Mario Clouser[8]; 8. 21P-Daylin Perreira[1]; 9. (DNF) 7E-Jarrad Warhurst[2]

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 19A-Chase Randall[4]; 2. 1N-Ryan Padgett[2]; 3. 1G-Justin Peck[7]; 4. 99-Anthony Macri[3]; 5. 79S-Landon Simon[8]; 6. 21K-Caleb Saiz[5]; 7. 77S-Travis Berryhill[6]; 8. 3T-Taylor Peterson[1]

Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 97-Rico Abreu[2]; 2. 47Z-Corey Day[4]; 3. 5T-Kevin Thomas Jr[6]; 4. 0G-Glenn Styres[1]; 5. 72W-Tye Wilke[3]; 6. 8X-Thomas Esberg[7]; 7. 9M-Ricky Montgomery[5]; 8. (DNS) 50K-Patrick Kop

D-Features: Top 2 advance to corresponding C-Feature.

D Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 91X-Danny Wood[5]; 2. 15C-Carter Chevalier[3]; 3. 45J-Shon Deskins[6]; 4. 4F-Chad Frewaldt[8]; 5. 29K-Brian Harvey[2]; 6. 7E-Jarrad Warhurst[9]; 7. 73B-Robby Josett[1]; 8. 21P-Daylin Perreira[7]; 9. 2C-JR Ewing[4]; 10. (DNS) 50K-Patrick Kop

D Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 22X-Steven Shebester[1]; 2. 1-Sammy Swindell[6]; 3. 17H-Harli White[3]; 4. 55K-Todd Kluever[2]; 5. 14E-Dillon Osborne[5]; 6. 3T-Taylor Peterson[7]; 7. 71J-Jeff Wheeler[9]; 8. 99K-Robert Carson[8]; 9. (DNF) 1EM-Tanner Ridge[4]

C-Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding B-Feature.

C Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 22L-Lucas Scherb[3]; 2. 77J-John Klabunde[9]; 3. 22G-Troy Morris III[5]; 4. 75U-Brooke Tatnell[1]; 5. 15Z-Jeff Zelinski[4]; 6. 56X-Mark Chisholm[8]; 7. 75-Mario Clouser[6]; 8. 77S-Travis Berryhill[10]; 9. 91X-Danny Wood[11]; 10. 15C-Carter Chevalier[12]; 11. 0G-Glenn Styres[2]; 12. 46X-Jacob Perry[7]

C Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 5LK-Jordan Kinser[2]; 2. 16C-David Camfield Jr[6]; 3. 91T-Tyler Thomas[7]; 4. 22X-Steven Shebester[11]; 5. 35R-Tyler Robbins[1]; 6. 20C-CJ Sarna[8]; 7. 8X-Thomas Esberg[3]; 8. 22C-Charlie Crumpton[9]; 9. 72W-Tye Wilke[4]; 10. 9M-Ricky Montgomery[10]; 11. (DNF) 21K-Caleb Saiz[5]; 12. (DQ) 1-Sammy Swindell[12] ***Swindell disqualified for rough driving.

Team Toyota Qualifiers: Top 16 in combined passing points advance to the A-Feature.

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 4B-Jason McDougal[6]; 2. 27W-Colby Copeland[5]; 3. 25V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[1]; 4. 17-Tanner Berryhill[10]; 5. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[4]; 6. 42-Garth Kasiner[2]; 7. 7M-Brody Roa[7]; 8. 79S-Landon Simon[9]; 9. 1N-Ryan Padgett[8]; 10. 11C-Mike Woodruff[3]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 97-Rico Abreu[3]; 2. 25K-Taylor Reimer[1]; 3. 4D-Robert Dalby[8]; 4. 19A-Chase Randall[5]; 5. 83-Dominic Gorden[10]; 6. 50-Daniel Adler[7]; 7. 47M-Jake Hagopian[2]; 8. 67K-Jonathan Shafer[9]; 9. 44-Eric Wilkins[6]; 10. (DNF) 1G-Justin Peck[4]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 55D-Nick Drake[1]; 2. 19-Parker Price Miller[2]; 3. M1-Colby Stubblefield[3]; 4. 8K-Jake Neal[4]; 5. 21S-Karter Sarff[5]; 6. 2W-Tony Bruce Jr[9]; 7. 51-RJ Johnson[6]; 8. 99-Anthony Macri[10]; 9. 17L-Cody Trammell[8]; 10. 2U-Slater Helt[7]

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 5T-Kevin Thomas Jr[1]; 2. 47Z-Corey Day[2]; 3. 1R-Brad Sweet[4]; 4. 26C-Chance Crum[3]; 5. 52-Blake Hahn[6]; 6. 77W-Joey Wirth[5]; 7. 7-Shannon McQueen[9]; 8. 31X-Carson Hocevar[7]; 9. 85T-Ryan Timms[8]; 10. 5C-Chase Howard[10]

Dave.com B-Features: Top 4 advance to the A-Feature.

B Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 8K-Jake Neal[1]; 2. 7M-Brody Roa[6]; 3. 1G-Justin Peck[8]; 4. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[2]; 5. 2U-Slater Helt[10]; 6. 50-Daniel Adler[4]; 7. 99-Anthony Macri[9]; 8. 42-Garth Kasiner[5]; 9. 77W-Joey Wirth[3]; 10. 7-Shannon McQueen[7]; 11. 75U-Brooke Tatnell[14]; 12. 22G-Troy Morris III[15]; 13. 22L-Lucas Scherb[13]; 14. 17L-Cody Trammell[11]; 15. 77J-John Klabunde[12]; 16. (DNS) 31X-Carson Hocevar

B Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 26C-Chance Crum[1]; 2. 83-Dominic Gorden[3]; 3. 51-RJ Johnson[2]; 4. 2W-Tony Bruce Jr[4]; 5. 5LK-Jordan Kinser[13]; 6. 85T-Ryan Timms[11]; 7. 22X-Steven Shebester[16]; 8. 91T-Tyler Thomas[15]; 9. 16C-David Camfield Jr[14]; 10. 44-Eric Wilkins[5]; 11. 67K-Jonathan Shafer[8]; 12. 1N-Ryan Padgett[9]; 13. 5C-Chase Howard[12]; 14. 11C-Mike Woodruff[10]; 15. 47M-Jake Hagopian[6]; 16. (DNF) 79S-Landon Simon[7]

A-Feature: Top 2 advance to Saturday's A-Feature.

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 97-Rico Abreu[3]; 2. 5T-Kevin Thomas Jr[4]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn[6]; 4. 27W-Colby Copeland[2]; 5. 4B-Jason McDougal[1]; 6. 1R-Brad Sweet[9]; 7. 19A-Chase Randall[7]; 8. 26C-Chance Crum[16]; 9. 47Z-Corey Day[8]; 10. 55D-Nick Drake[5]; 11. M1-Colby Stubblefield[11]; 12. 83-Dominic Gorden[18]; 13. 21S-Karter Sarff[13]; 14. 25V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[14]; 15. 7M-Brody Roa[17]; 16. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[21]; 17. 2W-Tony Bruce Jr[22]; 18. 25K-Taylor Reimer[10]; 19. 17-Tanner Berryhill[12]; 20. 51-RJ Johnson[20]; 21. 1G-Justin Peck[19]; 22. (DNF) 19-Parker Price Miller[24]; 23. (DNF) 4D-Robert Dalby[23]; 24. (DNF) 8K-Jake Neal[15]

Lap Leader(s): Jason McDougal 1-13; Rico Abreu 14-30 Hard Charger: Chance Crum +8

 

 

It’s Buddy Kofoid On Warren CAT Qualifying Night At The Chili Bowl

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (January 11, 2022) Counting it down from his first preliminary A-Feature appearance in 2020, California's Michael "Buddy" Kofoid was third the first time, second the last time, and the winner this time in the Keith Kunz Motorsports-Curb-Agajanian No. 67.

Breaking a four-year streak of Larson prelim night wins, Kofoid earned the win during Tuesday's Warren CAT Qualifying Night.

Delivering Keith Kunz win No. 31 at the Tulsa Expo Raceway, the fight for the victory was nearly nonstop as Buddy chased defending Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals Champion Kyle Larson through the opening 24 revolutions.

A few early race cautions, Larson held the No. 67 at bay on each restart. Changing up lines in pursuit of the FloRacing.com No. 01, Larson found traffic on Lap 14. Able to pull in on Kyle a couple of times, the chance to use slower traffic to his advantage never presented itself.

"I was trying to stay close to him in traffic. All the lappers were running their own race side by side, so you kind of had to pick through and be able to be there," stated Kofoid of the chase through traffic. "The opportunity never really came in traffic like I thought, and the top side started getting really treacherous in three and four."

Caution on Lap 20, Kofoid dove low on the restart but was unable to advance before caution lights came on again working Lap 23. Back to Lap 22, the pair traded lines at both ends of the Tulsa Expo Raceway only to have the caution halt the action once more.

Taking the bottom for the final run, Kofoid railed the cushion to the lead off the second turn. Coming after the No. 67, Larson threw a barrage of slide jobs at Buddy. Clearing the nose of the No. 67 a few times, each time Kofoid was able to turn and run. Slamming off the turn-two cushion on Lap 28, that gave Kofoid the room he needed to secure the win.

Victorious by 1.738-seconds, the race for second saw Windom taking it on the white, but Larson retaking it at the checkered flag. Chris Windom settled for third, with Jake Swanson moving up seven spots to fourth. Racing from 13th, Thomas Meseraull completed the top five. Muskogee's Kaylee Bryson was sixth, followed by Jake Bubak. Eighth went to Jonathan Beason, with Kyle Hones ninth. Hard Charger from 23rd, Tim McCreadie completed the top ten.

Tuesday added 73 more drivers to the 2022 event for 142 checking in so far. The World Wide Technology Raceway Flip Count made it to 18 with everyone able to walk away.

Racing continues Wednesday, January 12, 2022, with Hard Rock Hotel Casino Qualifying Night. The SageNet Center opens at 9:00 A.M. Hot Laps are at 4:00 P.M. with racing at 5:00 P.M. Reserved Seats for Pit Passes are sold at the event and never sell out.

Live coverage can be found on http://www.floracing.com.

For continued updates on the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, follow the event on Social Media (@cbnationals) and at http://www.chilibowl.com.

Results:

Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire
Tulsa Expo Raceway - Tulsa, Okla.
Tuesday, January 11, 2022
Warren CAT Qualifying Night

Car Count: 73
Event Count: 142

OERB Heat Races: Top 40 in passing points advance to Qualifiers.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 1K-Brayton Lynch[1]; 2. 41X-Howard Moore[3]; 3. 96-Cody Brewer[4]; 4. 3N-Jake Neuman[6]; 5. 8J-Jonathan Beason[9]; 6. 7TX-Anthony Pope[5]; 7. 2T-Tanner Allen[8]; 8. 22J-Taylor Kuehl[2]; 9. 4G-Paxton Gregory[7]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 67-Michael Kofoid[4]; 2. 92-Derek Hagar[2]; 3. 4R-Nick Barger[3]; 4. 3-Roy Larkin[5]; 5. 2ND-Jeb Sessums[7]; 6. 17R-Chris Crowder[8]; 7. 251-Johnny Brown Jr[1]; 8. 11H-Jori Hughes[6]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 89-Chris Windom[1]; 2. 01-Kyle Larson[6]; 3. 71-Steven Snyder Jr[5]; 4. 6A-AJ Bender[4]; 5. 27-Briggs Danner[2]; 6. 71T-Zac Taylor[7]; 7. 21M-Michelle Parson[3]; 8. (DNS) 7W-Brendon Wiseley

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[1]; 2. 7X-Thomas Meseraull[6]; 3. 40-Colton Hardy[5]; 4. 57W-Kaidon Brown[8]; 5. 54-Matt Westfall[3]; 6. 97A-Will Armitage[2]; 7. 11K-David Gasper[7]; 8. 3L-Jesse Little[4]

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 73H-Hunter Schuerenberg[4]; 2. 27B-Jake Bubak[7]; 3. 11T-Tyler Baran[3]; 4. 22W-Curtis Jones[5]; 5. 10-Kort Morgan[8]; 6. 11M-Jeff Schindler[2]; 7. 84S-Shaun Shapel[1]; 8. (DNF) 5B-Bobby Brewer[6]

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 7U-Kyle Jones[1]; 2. 55A-Jake Swanson[5]; 3. 47-Zach Daum[3]; 4. 21G-Casey Tillman[4]; 5. 68B-Jason Martin[6]; 6. 21B-Travis Braden[2]; 7. 4S-AJ Gilbert[8]; 8. 17C-Devin Camfield[7]

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 71K-Kaylee Bryson[3]; 2. 7MF-Chance Morton[6]; 3. 22B-Troy Betts[1]; 4. 75A-Bryan Stanfill[4]; 5. 2MD-Gray Leadbetter[5]; 6. 17K-Michael Koontz[8]; 7. 34C-Cameron Willhite[7]; 8. 4J-Josh Hodge[2]

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 19B-Alex Bright[2]; 2. 15-Donny Schatz[1]; 3. 19K-Riley Kreisel[4]; 4. 9T-Tim McCreadie[5]; 5. 29S-Hank Davis[8]; 6. 3W-Brandon Waelti[7]; 7. 5X-Kevin Douglas[6]; 8. 7DK-Darren Kauffman[3]

Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 7T-TJ Smith[1]; 2. 45X-Roger Crockett[4]; 3. 8W-Kaleb Montgomery[7]; 4. 91A-Chris Andrews[2]; 5. 4X-Carson Sousa[6]; 6. 06-Rylan Gray[5]; 7. 68S-Corby Scherb[8]; 8. 14H-Mike Hess[3]

C-Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding B-Feature.

C Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 4X-Carson Sousa[1]; 2. 27-Briggs Danner[5]; 3. 97A-Will Armitage[8]; 4. 21M-Michelle Parson[11]; 5. 06-Rylan Gray[6]; 6. 14H-Mike Hess[15]; 7. 251-Johnny Brown Jr[12]; 8. 4S-AJ Gilbert[7]; 9. 21B-Travis Braden[9]; 10. 3L-Jesse Little[14]; 11. 34C-Cameron Willhite[10]; 12. (DNF) 4J-Josh Hodge[16]; 13. (DNF) 11H-Jori Hughes[13]; 14. (DNF) 3W-Brandon Waelti[4]; 15. (DNF) 17R-Chris Crowder[2]; 16. (DNF) 2MD-Gray Leadbetter[3]

C Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 71T-Zac Taylor[3]; 2. 54-Matt Westfall[4]; 3. 91A-Chris Andrews[1]; 4. 68S-Corby Scherb[7]; 5. 11K-David Gasper[9]; 6. 2T-Tanner Allen[6]; 7. 7TX-Anthony Pope[5]; 8. 4G-Paxton Gregory[16]; 9. 17C-Devin Camfield[11]; 10. 5X-Kevin Douglas[10]; 11. 84S-Shaun Shapel[12]; 12. 11M-Jeff Schindler[8]; 13. 22J-Taylor Kuehl[15]; 14. 7DK-Darren Kauffman[14]; 15. (DNF) 17K-Michael Koontz[2]; 16. (DNF) 5B-Bobby Brewer[13]

Team Toyota Qualifiers: Top 16 in combined passing points advance to the A-Feature.

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 89-Chris Windom[3]; 2. 57W-Kaidon Brown[2]; 3. 19K-Riley Kreisel[7]; 4. 27B-Jake Bubak[6]; 5. 7X-Thomas Meseraull[5]; 6. 92-Derek Hagar[1]; 7. 22W-Curtis Jones[9]; 8. 4R-Nick Barger[8]; 9. 8W-Kaleb Montgomery[4]; 10. 6A-AJ Bender[10]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 8J-Jonathan Beason[1]; 2. 67-Michael Kofoid[6]; 3. 19B-Alex Bright[4]; 4. 3N-Jake Neuman[7]; 5. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[3]; 6. 7MF-Chance Morton[5]; 7. 9T-Tim McCreadie[9]; 8. 41X-Howard Moore[2]; 9. 11T-Tyler Baran[8]; 10. 21G-Casey Tillman[10]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 7U-Kyle Jones[3]; 2. 71K-Kaylee Bryson[5]; 3. 15-Donny Schatz[1]; 4. 47-Zach Daum[8]; 5. 45X-Roger Crockett[4]; 6. 75A-Bryan Stanfill[10]; 7. 22B-Troy Betts[9]; 8. 10-Kort Morgan[7]; 9. 73H-Hunter Schuerenberg[6]; 10. (DNF) 71-Steven Snyder Jr[2]

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 01-Kyle Larson[6]; 2. 96-Cody Brewer[1]; 3. 7T-TJ Smith[3]; 4. 55A-Jake Swanson[5]; 5. 29S-Hank Davis[7]; 6. 2ND-Jeb Sessums[9]; 7. 1K-Brayton Lynch[4]; 8. 40-Colton Hardy[2]; 9. 68B-Jason Martin[10]; 10. 3-Roy Larkin[8]

Dave.com B-Features: Top 4 advance to the A-Feature.

B Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 29S-Hank Davis[3]; 2. 45X-Roger Crockett[2]; 3. 27-Briggs Danner[14]; 4. 9T-Tim McCreadie[6]; 5. 6A-AJ Bender[12]; 6. 92-Derek Hagar[7]; 7. 97A-Will Armitage[15]; 8. 41X-Howard Moore[8]; 9. 7MF-Chance Morton[1]; 10. 4R-Nick Barger[9]; 11. 1K-Brayton Lynch[5]; 12. 21M-Michelle Parson[16]; 13. (DNF) 11T-Tyler Baran[10]; 14. (DNF) 2ND-Jeb Sessums[4]; 15. (DNF) 4X-Carson Sousa[13]; 16. (DQ) 71-Steven Snyder Jr[11] **Snyder disqualified for rough driving.

B Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 73H-Hunter Schuerenberg[4]; 2. 15-Donny Schatz[1]; 3. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[2]; 4. 40-Colton Hardy[8]; 5. 8W-Kaleb Montgomery[7]; 6. 22W-Curtis Jones[5]; 7. 21G-Casey Tillman[12]; 8. 54-Matt Westfall[14]; 9. 71T-Zac Taylor[13]; 10. 22B-Troy Betts[6]; 11. 10-Kort Morgan[9]; 12. 68S-Corby Scherb[16]; 13. 91A-Chris Andrews[15]; 14. 68B-Jason Martin[10]; 15. 75A-Bryan Stanfill[3]; 16. 3-Roy Larkin[11]

A-Feature: Top 2 advance to Saturday's A-Feature.

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 67-Michael Kofoid[2]; 2. 01-Kyle Larson[1]; 3. 89-Chris Windom[4]; 4. 55A-Jake Swanson[11]; 5. 7X-Thomas Meseraull[13]; 6. 71K-Kaylee Bryson[3]; 7. 27B-Jake Bubak[6]; 8. 8J-Jonathan Beason[10]; 9. 7U-Kyle Jones[5]; 10. 9T-Tim McCreadie[23]; 11. 45X-Roger Crockett[19]; 12. 73H-Hunter Schuerenberg[18]; 13. 19K-Riley Kreisel[7]; 14. 19B-Alex Bright[8]; 15. 15-Donny Schatz[20]; 16. 47-Zach Daum[14]; 17. 27-Briggs Danner[21]; 18. 29S-Hank Davis[17]; 19. 40-Colton Hardy[24]; 20. 7T-TJ Smith[12]; 21. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[22]; 22. 3N-Jake Neuman[15]; 23. 96-Cody Brewer[16]; 24. (DNF) 57W-Kaidon Brown[9]

Lap Leader(s): Kyle Larson 1-24; Michael "Buddy" Kofoid 25-30
Hard Charger: Tim McCreadie +13

 

 

1/11/2022
Tanner Carrick Captures Cummins Qualifying Night Glory!

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (January 10, 2022) Landing his first career victory at the Tulsa Expo Raceway, California’s Tanner Carrick wheeled the Keith Kunz Motorsports-Curb-Agajanian No. 98 to the front of the field on Lap 22 and held on to top Monday’s Cummins Qualifying Night A-Feature.

Locking into his first Saturday night A-Feature, the win is No. 30 atop the Tulsa Expo Raceway for car owner, Keith Kunz.

Riding third the opening 20 laps, the race for the lead to that point was between Mitchel Moles and Jerry Coons, Jr. Exchanging the lead three times, Moles finally got the advantage on Coons following a restart on Lap 19.

Sliding the No. 85 for the point, Moles looked to have the race in hand before a misstep on the cushion through the fourth turn sent the No. 07w tumbling down the front straightaway on Lap 21.

Putting Tanner Carrick to the point, the No. 98 kept pace around the bottom the final eight revolutions. Winning by 1.225-seconds, the victory was slightly soured when Carrick flipped following the checkered flag.

Asked what happened, Tanner said, “I went through the finish line and when I went to use the brake pedal, there were no brakes. By that time it was too late and I plugged it into the fence."

Tyler Courtney crossed second to lock into his sixth championship A-Feature in as many years. The podium rounded out with California’s Chase Johnson. Moving up eight positions, David Gravel crossed fourth with Open-Wheel Modified royalty, Nick Hoffman, wheeling to a top-five finish.

Rolling out of the C-Features after a throttle return issue sidelined him during his Heat Race, Bixby’s Cannon McIntosh charged ahead 13 positions, for a total of 33 positions gained, to finish sixth. Gary Taylor from 18th made it to seventh, followed by Gavan Boschele in eighth. Alex Bowman crossed ninth with Trey Marcham in tenth.

Monday started with 69 of 72 drivers checking in. The World Wide Technology Raceway Flip Count made it to eight with all drivers unharmed.

Monday night also included the Vacuworx Invitational Race of Champions, which saw a nail biter of a race come down to a near photo finish between Justin Grant and Kyle Larson with the NOS Energy Drink No. 2j capturing his first VIROC win by 0.280-seconds. Larson in second was followed by Christopher Bell, Tanner Thorson, and Blake Hahn.

Racing continues Tuesday, January 11 with Warren CAT Qualifying Night. The SageNet Center opens at 9:00 A.M. Hot Laps are at 4:00 P.M. with racing at 5:00 P.M. Reserved Seats for Tuesday night are available at the event office for $54, plus tax. Pit Passes are sold at the event and never sell out.

Live coverage can be found on http://www.floracing.com.

For continued updates on the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, follow the event on Social Media (@cbnationals) and at http://www.chilibowl.com.

Results:

Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire
Tulsa Expo Raceway - Tulsa, Okla.
Monday, January 10, 2022
Cummins Qualifying Night

Car Count: 69

OERB Heat Races: Top 40 in passing points advance to Qualifiers.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 9E-Chase Elliott[1]; 2. 07W-Mitchel Moles[7]; 3. 15E-Kinzer Edwards[6]; 4. 91K-Kevin Bayer[8]; 5. 8S-Kala Keliinoi[9]; 6. 121-Steve Glover[3]; 7. 5H-Casey Hicks[2]; 8. 17D-Raymond Panella[4]; 9. (DNF) 08-Cannon McIntosh[5] **Kala Keliinoi opted to the tail and did not receive passing points.

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 7C-Tyler Courtney[3]; 2. 5-Chase Briscoe[4]; 3. 61J-Jacob Denney[7]; 4. 97X-Jesse Love[6]; 5. 38-Jake Andreotti[2]; 6. 81G-Anton Hernandez[8]; 7. P1-Paul White[1]; 8. 8L-Colin Deming[5]; 9. (DNS) 87C-Austin Garrett

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 87-Chase Johnson[3]; 2. 80-Josh Hawkins[7]; 3. 7MR-Jadon Rogers[2]; 4. 2X-Michael Magic[1]; 5. 86X-Joshua Hodges[8]; 6. 4C-Cody Jessop[4]; 7. 7K-Kolton Gariss[5]; 8. 4-Taylor Ferns[9]; 9. (DNF) 19Z-Hayden Reinbold[6]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 32-Gary Taylor[1]; 2. 1D-David Gravel[7]; 3. 28K-Kory Schudy[3]; 4. 18N-Alex Nalon[2]; 5. 12X-Steven Snawder[5]; 6. 42K-Kevin Battefeld[8]; 7. 88S-Scott Orr[9]; 8. 4K-Kayla Roell[4]; 9. 44L-Ryan Leavitt[6]

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 22-Sean McClelland[1]; 2. 98-Tanner Carrick[6]; 3. 11J-Justin Melton[4]; 4. 21E-Emilio Hoover[8]; 5. 79-Ryan Hall[3]; 6. 116-Scott Evans[7]; 7. 2R-Adyn Schmidt[2]; 8. 28Q-Sean Quinn[5]; 9. (DNS) 47K-Kevin Brewer

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 32T-Trey Marcham[2]; 2. 8-Alex Sewell[1]; 3. 31K-Cole Bodine[4]; 4. 55X-Alex Bowman[8]; 5. 44R-Branigan Roark[3]; 6. 17Z-Zac Moody[7]; 7. 71A-Ayrton Olsen[5]; 8. (DNF) 18L-Logan Scherb[6]

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 2H-Nick Hoffman[4]; 2. 22M-Carson Kvapil[1]; 3. 6K-Michael (Mike) Snider[5]; 4. 7F-Roy Entze II[7]; 5. 0W-Kevin Woody Jr[6]; 6. 86C-David Camfield Sr[2]; 7. 15K-Evan Garvy[3]; 8. (DNF) 26-Kevin Rudeen[8]

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 85-Jerry Coons Jr[4]; 2. 5G-Gavan Boschele[8]; 3. 45K-Kyler Johnson[7]; 4. 5F-Danny Frye III[3]; 5. 8M-Kade Morton[6]; 6. 15G-Dennie Gieber[1]; 7. 74D-Xavier Doney[5]; 8. 7J-Shawn Jackson[2]

C-Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding B-Feature.

C Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 38-Jake Andreotti[2]; 2. 08-Cannon McIntosh[12]; 3. 74D-Xavier Doney[7]; 4. 18L-Logan Scherb[8]; 5. 88S-Scott Orr[3]; 6. 15G-Dennie Gieber[5]; 7. 28Q-Sean Quinn[9]; 8. 4K-Kayla Roell[10]; 9. 2R-Adyn Schmidt[15]; 10. 19Z-Hayden Reinbold[11]; 11. 121-Steve Glover[4]; 12. 79-Ryan Hall[1]; 13. (DNF) 47K-Kevin Brewer[13]; 14. (DNF) 7K-Kolton Gariss[6]; 15. (DNS) 26-Kevin Rudeen

C Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 4-Taylor Ferns[5]; 2. 4C-Cody Jessop[3]; 3. 44R-Branigan Roark[1]; 4. 5H-Casey Hicks[8]; 5. 71A-Ayrton Olsen[6]; 6. 8S-Kala Keliinoi[2]; 7. 8L-Colin Deming[10]; 8. 86C-David Camfield Sr[4]; 9. 44L-Ryan Leavitt[11]; 10. 15K-Evan Garvy[7]; 11. 17D-Raymond Panella[9]; 12. (DNF) 7J-Shawn Jackson[12]; 13. (DNS) P1-Paul White; 14. (DNS) 87C-Austin Garrett

Team Toyota Qualifiers: Top 16 in combined passing points advance to the A-Feature.

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 5-Chase Briscoe[3]; 2. 87-Chase Johnson[4]; 3. 22-Sean McClelland[2]; 4. 5G-Gavan Boschele[6]; 5. 2H-Nick Hoffman[5]; 6. 6K-Michael (Mike) Snider[1]; 7. 8M-Kade Morton[9]; 8. 11J-Justin Melton[7]; 9. 28K-Kory Schudy[8]; 10. 2X-Michael Magic[10]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 07W-Mitchel Moles[6]; 2. 85-Jerry Coons Jr[5]; 3. 61J-Jacob Denney[4]; 4. 91K-Kevin Bayer[2]; 5. 15E-Kinzer Edwards[3]; 6. 12X-Steven Snawder[10]; 7. 7MR-Jadon Rogers[8]; 8. 18N-Alex Nalon[9]; 9. (DNF) 7F-Roy Entze II[1]; 10. (DNF) 31K-Cole Bodine[7]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 8-Alex Sewell[1]; 2. 98-Tanner Carrick[5]; 3. 97X-Jesse Love[7]; 4. 81G-Anton Hernandez[9]; 5. 9E-Chase Elliott[3]; 6. 80-Josh Hawkins[6]; 7. 116-Scott Evans[10]; 8. 5F-Danny Frye III[8]; 9. 45K-Kyler Johnson[4]; 10. (DNF) 21E-Emilio Hoover[2]

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 55X-Alex Bowman[2]; 2. 7C-Tyler Courtney[5]; 3. 32T-Trey Marcham[4]; 4. 32-Gary Taylor[3]; 5. 1D-David Gravel[6]; 6. 86X-Joshua Hodges[7]; 7. 22M-Carson Kvapil[1]; 8. 17Z-Zac Moody[10]; 9. 0W-Kevin Woody Jr[8]; 10. 42K-Kevin Battefeld[9]

Dave.com B-Features: Top 4 advance to the A-Feature.

B Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 28K-Kory Schudy[9]; 2. 08-Cannon McIntosh[12]; 3. 81G-Anton Hernandez[1]; 4. 7MR-Jadon Rogers[5]; 5. 31K-Cole Bodine[11]; 6. 11J-Justin Melton[7]; 7. 116-Scott Evans[6]; 8. 9E-Chase Elliott[3]; 9. 2X-Michael Magic[10]; 10. 18L-Logan Scherb[14]; 11. 38-Jake Andreotti[13]; 12. 18N-Alex Nalon[8]; 13. 86X-Joshua Hodges[4]; 14. 74D-Xavier Doney[15]; 15. (DNF) 91K-Kevin Bayer[2]; 16. (DNS) 7F-Roy Entze II

B Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 32-Gary Taylor[1]; 2. 15E-Kinzer Edwards[2]; 3. 22M-Carson Kvapil[7]; 4. 45K-Kyler Johnson[6]; 5. 12X-Steven Snawder[3]; 6. 17Z-Zac Moody[8]; 7. 4C-Cody Jessop[13]; 8. 6K-Michael (Mike) Snider[4]; 9. 21E-Emilio Hoover[10]; 10. 4-Taylor Ferns[14]; 11. 0W-Kevin Woody Jr[11]; 12. 5F-Danny Frye III[9]; 13. 42K-Kevin Battefeld[12]; 14. 5H-Casey Hicks[16]; 15. 44R-Branigan Roark[15]; 16. (DNF) 8M-Kade Morton[5]

VIROC Qualifying

VIROC Qualifying (5 laps): 1. 19T-Tanner Thorson, 11.328[16]; 2. 01-Kyle Larson, 11.470[4]; 3. 7C-Tyler Courtney, 11.485[5]; 4. 08-Cannon McIntosh, 11.491[2]; 5. 52-Blake Hahn, 11.530[9]; 6. 67-Michael Kofoid, 11.539[7]; 7. 2J-Justin Grant, 11.553[11]; 8. 39-Logan Seavey, 11.622[8]; 9. 97-Rico Abreu, 11.697[10]; 10. 9E-Chase Elliott, 11.719[15]; 11. 71W-Christopher Bell, 11.736[14]; 12. 21-Daryn Pittman, 11.747[6]; 13. 21H-Brady Bacon, 11.752[1]; 14. 1R-Brad Sweet, 11.767[18]; 15. 1S-Spencer Bayston, 11.776[13]; 16. 1-Sammy Swindell, 11.863[3]; 17. 01K-Bryant Wiedeman, 11.908[17]; 18. 9T-Tim McCreadie, 12.167[12]

VIROC Feature

VIROC (25 Laps): 1. 2J-Justin Grant[2]; 2. 01-Kyle Larson[7]; 3. 71W-Christopher Bell[11]; 4. 19T-Tanner Thorson[8]; 5. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 6. 97-Rico Abreu[9]; 7. 7C-Tyler Courtney[6]; 8. 1S-Spencer Bayston[15]; 9. 9E-Chase Elliott[10]; 10. 01K-Bryant Wiedeman[17]; 11. 1R-Brad Sweet[14]; 12. 9T-Tim McCreadie[18]; 13. 21-Daryn Pittman[12]; 14. 21H-Brady Bacon[13]; 15. 1-Sammy Swindell[16]; 16. (DNF) 39-Logan Seavey[1]; 17. (DNF) 08-Cannon McIntosh[5]; 18. (DNF) 67-Michael Kofoid[3]

A-Feature: Top 2 advance to Saturday's A-Feature.

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 98-Tanner Carrick[3]; 2. 7C-Tyler Courtney[4]; 3. 87-Chase Johnson[6]; 4. 1D-David Gravel[12]; 5. 2H-Nick Hoffman[14]; 6. 08-Cannon McIntosh[19]; 7. 32-Gary Taylor[18]; 8. 5G-Gavan Boschele[7]; 9. 55X-Alex Bowman[8]; 10. 32T-Trey Marcham[10]; 11. 5-Chase Briscoe[5]; 12. 8-Alex Sewell[13]; 13. 22M-Carson Kvapil[22]; 14. 81G-Anton Hernandez[21]; 15. 97X-Jesse Love[11]; 16. 15E-Kinzer Edwards[20]; 17. 22-Sean McClelland[15]; 18. 80-Josh Hawkins[16]; 19. 45K-Kyler Johnson[24]; 20. (DNF) 07W-Mitchel Moles[1]; 21. (DNF) 85-Jerry Coons Jr[2]; 22. (DNF) 28K-Kory Schudy[17]; 23. (DNF) 7MR-Jadon Rogers[23]; 24. (DNF) 61J-Jacob Denney[9]

Lap Leader(s): Mitchel Moles 1-5, 20-21; Jerry Coons, Jr. 6-19; Tanner Carrick 22-30
Hard Charger: Cannon McIntosh +13

 

Salina Speedway Added To Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series Lineup
 

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (January 4, 2022) There will be two trips to a track named Salina in 2022, but the first will be to Salina, Kan. as the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series returns to the three-eighths mile oval for the first time since 2019.

“We’re looking forward to going back to Salina Speedway. Every time we’ve been there, the fan turnout has been amazing. Tommy [Hendrickson] puts on a great show, and offers a great facility for fans and racers,” stated ASCS owner, Terry Mattox.

Slated from Friday, April 22, Salina Speedway has been a very popular stop for teams and fans alike over the years. Six previous visits since 2012, every trip has yielded just as many winners, and one family earning three of those wins.

Topping events in 2012, Kevin Swindell was the first to strike. Uncle Jeff Swindell went to Victory Lane in 2014, while Jeff’s brother, Sammy Swindell, was victorious in 2018. Between the Swindell wins, Washington’s Seth Bergman topped events in 2013. Aaron Reutzel won in 2015, while Sam Hafertepe, Jr. grabbed his win in 2019.

Salina Speedway is one of 11 Kansas tracks that has seen action with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series.

Salina Speedway is located at 2841 S. Burma Rd. in Salina, Kan. Information on the Kanas oval can be found at http://www.racesalinaspeedways.com or by calling (785) 292-9220. The track is also on Facebook. Times, prices, and other details will be posted as the event gets closer.

The 2022 season will mark the 31st year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the ASCS Nation includes 11 Regional Tours encompassing both wing and non-wing competition.

National Tour events are streamed live on http://www.floracing.com, with Regional Tour events on http://www.racindirt.com.

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

 

 

Vacuworx Invitational Race of
Champions Field Released
Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (January 4, 2022) The field that will comprise the 14th annual Vacuworx Invitational Race of Champions (VIROC) has been set and is stacked with talent. Taking place during Monday’s Cummins Qualifying Night, the 2022 field was scheduled for 15 drivers, but a change by the Chili Bowl will see an additional three added to the lineup.
“When we changed up the VIROC, and adjusted the qualification standards in 2020, we said then that we would adjust if we saw a need, and we are taking the opportunity to change up and add drivers that deserve to be in the Race of Champions,” explained Chili Bowl Director, Matt Ward
“It’s something every year that we’ll do is look through the entry list once we get closer to the event and see if there is anyone that’s not already in that we feel deserves to be.”
For the 2022 edition, the Chili Bowl looked through the field and decided on three additional champions from the Lucas Oil Late Models, NASCAR Cup Series, and the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals. Those are Tim McCreadie, Chase Elliott, and Sammy Swindell.
On the three choices, Ward explained, “Sammy needed to be in. You don’t win this race once, much less five times by luck. He’s part of what made the Chili Bowl. That was the first one. Tim McCreadie winning the Lucas Oil Late Model Championship, plus being a Chili Bowl needed to be in, and since the current NASCAR Cup Series Champion is the defending Chili Bowl Champion, we went back to 2020 since Chase Elliott is part of this year’s event."
The complete list of drivers invited to compete in the VIROC include:
• Blake Hahn-ASCS National Tour Champion
• Brad Sweet-World of Outlaws Sprint Car Champion
• Brady Bacon-USAC Sprint Car Champion
• Bryant Wiedeman - POWRi National Midget Champion
• Buddy Kofoid-USAC National Midget Champion
• Cannon McIntosh-Monday Night Winner
• Chad Boat-VIROC 2018
• Chase Elliott-2020 NASCAR Champion
• Christopher Bell-Champion - 2017, 2018, & 2019
• Daryn Pittman-2017, Runner-up
• Justin Grant-Friday Night
• Kyle Larson-Champion - 2020 & 2021
• Rico Abreu-2020 VIROC, Runner-up
• Sammy Swindell-Five-Time Chili Bowl Champion
• Spencer Bayston-2018, third
• Tanner Thorson-2021, third
• Tim McCreadie-2021 Lucas Oil Late Model & Chili Bowl Champion
• Tyler Courtney-2021 All Star Circuit of Champions Champion
The standards for an invitation are:
• Drivers finishing in the Top 3 of Saturday night’s A-Feature during the previous five Chili Bowls will be eligible.
• Drivers finishing in the Top 2 of the past five VIROC events will be eligible.
• Preliminary Night Winners from the most recent Chili Bowl will be eligible.
• Series Champions from the most recent calendar year in the World of Outlaws Sprint Cars, American Sprint Car Series National Tour, All-Star Circuit of Champions, USAC National Midgets, USAC National Sprint Cars, and POWRi National Midget League will be invited to compete.
• Champions of other Tours and Series may be added at the Chili Bowl’s discretion.
• No Driver substitutions or alternates from a sanctioning body will be allowed.
• Starting Lineup for the VIROC will be set by Group Qualifying. Drivers will draw for their qualifying position, then qualify in groups of three to four. Drivers will get two warmup laps, then three green flap laps to set their time. The Top 8 fastest will be inverted with the ninth fastest on back lined up straight up by their time.
• VIROC Feature will be 25 Laps.
The 2022 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire takes place January 10-15, 2022, atop the clay of the Tulsa Expo Raceway. The event is contested under the massive roof of the SageNet Center in Tulsa, Okla.
Monday and Tuesday Reserved Seats are on sale by calling (918) 838-3777. Scattered single seats (no pairs) for the whole event are also available. The offices of the Chili Bowl Nationals are open Monday-Friday from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. (CT). Pit Passes are sold at the event and can be purchased for single or consecutive nights.
Practice will be held Monday morning starting at 7:00 A.M. with Hot Laps at 5:00 P.M. and Racing at 6:00 P.M. Tuesday-Friday, Hot Laps are at 4:00 P.M. with racing at 5:00 P.M. Saturday’s finale hits the track at 10:00 A.M. with the first rounds of Soup. Opening Ceremonies are held at 6:00 P.M. (CT).
Fans not able to attend the 36th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire can see it live on FloRacing.com as part of their yearly subscription package until the event goes live on the MAVTV Motorsports Network and MAVTV Plus on Saturday night.
For continued updates on the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, fans can follow along on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram with @CBNationals. All official press, updates, and results on the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire can be found online at http://www.chilibowl.com.
Quick Notes:
What: 36th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire
When: January 10-15, 2022
Where: SageNet Center – Tulsa Expo Raceway 4145 E 21st St, Tulsa, OK 74114
Tickets:
Monday and Tuesday Reserved Seats: $54/night
Pit Passes: $60/weekday and $75 on Saturday
Contact:
Phone: (918) 838-3777
Fax: (918) 836-5517
Mail: 1141 S. 83rd East Ave. Tulsa, OK 74112
Orders are not taken via Social Media or Email

Chili Bowl Online:
Website: http://www.chilibowl.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/chilibowlnationals
Twitter: (@cbnationals)
Official Hashtag: #ChiliBowl2022
Instagram: cbnationals
Snap Chat: TheChiliBowl
Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals Champions:
Year - Driver (Owner)
2021 - Kyle Larson (Kyle Larson Openwheel)
2020 - Kyle Larson (Kyle Larson Openwheel, LLC-Mike Larson)
2019 - Christopher Bell (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian)
2018 - Christopher Bell (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian)
2017 - Christopher Bell (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian)
2016 - Rico Abreu (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian)
2015 - Rico Abreu (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian)
2014 - Bryan Clauson (Joe Dooling/Rusty Kunz/Curb Records)
2013 - Kevin Swindell (Swindell Motorsports/Curb Records)
2012 - Kevin Swindell (Swindell Motorsports/Curb Records)
2011 - Kevin Swindell (Swindell Motorsports/Curb Records)
2010 - Kevin Swindell (Swindell Motorsports/Curb Records)
2009 - Sammy Swindell (Swindell Motorsports/Curb Records)
2008 - Damion Gardner (Jason Leffler)
2007 - Tony Stewart (Tony Stewart Motorsports)
2006 - Tim McCreadie (Steve Smith)
2005 - Tracy Hines (Wilke - Pak)
2004 - Cory Kruseman (Andy Bondio)
2003 - Dan Boorse (Dan Boorse)
2002 - Tony Stewart (Keith Kunz)
2001 - Jay Drake (Keith Kunz)
2000 - Cory Kruseman (Andy Bondio)
1999 - Dan Boorse (Dan Boorse)
1998 - Sammy Swindell (Pete Willoughby)
1997 - Billy Boat (John Lawson)
1996 - Sammy Swindell (Rusty Kunz / Jay McKinnie)
1995 - Donnie Beechler (Zarounian Motorsports)
1994 - Andy Hillenburg (Keith Kunz / Rusty Kunz)
1993 - Dave Blaney (Ralph Potter)
1992 - Sammy Swindell (Dave Ellis)
1991 - Lealand McSpadden (Andy Bondio)
1990 - John Heydenreich (Tony Finley)
1989 - Sammy Swindell (Jack Runyon)
1988 - Scott Hatton (Jerry Hatton)
1987 - Rich Vogler (Bob Lowe)
VIROC Champions: Christopher Bell (2021 and 2020), Tanner Thorson (2019 and 2016)Chad Boat (2018), Kyle Larson (2017 and 2014), Sammy Swindell (2015, 2012, 2011, 2009), Kevin Swindell (2013), Brad Loyet (2010)
Trade Show: A long-standing tradition at the Chili Bowl, the Trade Show, which is open to the public each day (Monday through Saturday), is free of charge. All variety of racing products, apparel, and more is available with well over 100 vendors. The Trade Show still has space available. Anyone looking to be a part of the Trade Show can contact the Chili Bowl office at 918-838-3777. The Trade Show covers approximately 20,000 square feet.

 

 

Nunley Holds Off Barnes For Tulsa Shootout Restricted Victory

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (January 1, 2022) The third race of the night that was settled in the last 100 feet at the 37th annual Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout, Oklahoma’s Jett Nunley held off the charge of Jett Barnes for the Restricted A-Class Golden Driller.

Taking off with the lead from the start, Jett Nunley set a rapid pace on the field with Brecken Reese chasing. Into traffic on lap 9, Nunley’s half-stretch advantage vanished as Reese chased the No. 33 through the field. Getting a slower car between himself and the No. 20q, caution lights slowed the action on Lap 11.

Pulling away again on the restart, the race for second saw Jett Barnes taking the spot on Lap 15.

Caution again the following lap, it was Jett versus Jett with Nunley continuing to hold the lead. Staying that way to the white flag, a small slip by Nunley off the second turn presented the chance for Barnes. Pulling under the No. 33, Barnes gave it everything. A few tire taps to the checkered flag, Nunley held on by 0.149-seconds for his first career win.

Jett Barnes crossed second with Garrett Benson rolling to third. Cooper Miller was fourth with Kortland Stephens making up five spots to complete the top five.

The Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout takes place at the Tulsa Expo Raceway, located inside the SageNet Center in Tulsa, Okla. More information on the event will be released as the event draws closer. All official rules, event information, and dates are online at http://www.tulsashootout.com. Fans can also follow the Tulsa Shootout at https://www.facebook.com/TulsaShootout and on Twitter (@TulsaShootout).

Race Results:

37th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout
Tulsa Expo Raceway (Tulsa, Okla.)
Saturday, January 1, 2022

Restricted 'A' Class

Top 72 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 6 Qualifying Races

Race 40 (8 Laps): 1. 14X-Braxston Wilson[6]; 2. 22S-Colby Sokol[2]; 3. 4M-Teagen Moles[1]; 4. 63K-Colton Key[8]; 5. 21H-Levi Hinck[3]; 6. 15-Brody Brown[5]; 7. 4A-Hayden Alberson[7]; 8. 23M-Maliki Altis[4]; 9. 1-Hudsyn Truitt[9]

Race 41 (8 Laps): 1. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[3]; 2. 15V-Cole Vanderheiden[7]; 3. 9D-Degan Lelsz[6]; 4. 35G-Gaige Weldon[8]; 5. 67-Waylon Phillips[2]; 6. E10-Easton Zent[4]; 7. 29-Bristol McCleskey[9]; 8. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[1]; 9. 10R-Ryleigh Whittle[5]

Race 42 (8 Laps): 1. 21-Keegan Osantowski[3]; 2. 73-Chase McDougal[6]; 3. 13C-William Conner[7]; 4. 45A-Eli Adams[9]; 5. 24C-Cale Lagroon[8]; 6. 95R-Ryker Morrow[5]; 7. 95H-Heath Walton[1]; 8. 49-Ace Moore[2]; 9. 63-Jack Thomas[4]

Race 43 (8 Laps): 1. 87-Collin Shain[4]; 2. 55-Jett Barnes[1]; 3. 3-Lathe Griggs[3]; 4. 2-Taylor Mayhew[5]; 5. 2G-Garrett Benson[8]; 6. 24-Kameron Sneed[2]; 7. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[7]; 8. 8Z-Kasen Zorn[9]; 9. 4S-Aubrey Jo Sappington[6]

Race 44 (8 Laps): 1. 45-Bradley Cox[1]; 2. 9-Cooper Cottrell[2]; 3. 28-Mick Gile Jr[3]; 4. 15B-Brianna Lawson[5]; 5. 10T-Talin Turner[6]; 6. 9A-Abigayle Lett[9]; 7. 20-Junior Ankiewicz[8]; 8. 4-Jude Allgayer[4]; 9. 7S-Kanon Posey[7]

Race 45 (8 Laps): 1. 13-Chris Counter[2]; 2. 51B-Parker Bupp[4]; 3. 25S-Justis Sokol[7]; 4. 7-Garyn Howard[8]; 5. 8J-Tanner Johnson[6]; 6. 13G-Elijah Gile[9]; 7. 66-Jayden Clay[3]; 8. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[1]; 9. 14K-Kyle Hooper[5]

Race 46 (8 Laps): 1. 45M-Megan Thomas[1]; 2. 43-Parker Perry[2]; 3. 88P-Ayden Parrish[4]; 4. 7K-Kennzzie Brown[3]; 5. 7J-JW Henderson[8]; 6. 87X-Cooper Williams[6]; 7. 23-Journey Hunt[5]; 8. 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[9]; 9. 5-Axton Romero[7]

Race 47 (8 Laps): 1. 3C-Cale Coons[3]; 2. 55X-Lucas Mauldin[1]; 3. 27-Kaden Weger[2]; 4. 50-Jackson Beers[4]; 5. 52-Hayden Mabe[6]; 6. 11-Kaley Mahaffey[9]; 7. 6-Brylee Kilmer[7]; 8. 23J-Jace Wren[8]; 9. 15H-Jace Hale[5]

Race 48 (8 Laps): 1. 1K-Kortland Stephens[1]; 2. 21X-Cash Lovenburg[8]; 3. 10-Ray Brewer[4]; 4. 23C-Cierra Wullenwaber[2]; 5. 29L-Jackson Lauderbaugh[5]; 6. 21D-Dalton Wayne[6]; 7. 126-Autumn Criste[7]; 8. 18Z-Zander Altis[3]; 9. Z71-Evan Nolf[9]

Race 49 (8 Laps): 1. 33-Jett Nunley[7]; 2. 14L-Landon Muehlberger[6]; 3. B2-Carson Bolden[1]; 4. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[5]; 5. 30-Kyler Bearce[3]; 6. 99-Justin Spear[2]; 7. 20S-Shali Buck[4]; 8. 18-Prestin Dalton[8]

Race 50 (8 Laps): 1. 7L-Lucas Johnson[1]; 2. 29K-Levi Kuntz[2]; 3. 2A-Austin Wood[6]; 4. 46-Peyton White[4]; 5. 8L-Logun Lunsford[7]; 6. 00T-TJ Stark[5]; 7. 30P-Blake Pittman[3]; 8. 20K-Skyler Keeney[8]

Race 51 (8 Laps): 1. 11H-Nicholas Harris[1]; 2. 14B-Ethan Burdett[2]; 3. 11D-Dominic White[3]; 4. 8-Jase Blevins[5]; 5. 10S-Scout Spraggins[6]; 6. 10P-Peyton Whitehouse[7]; 7. 12-Tori Tyer[4]; 8. 21A-Kainan Baker[8]

Race 52 (8 Laps): 1. 5C-Cooper Miller[3]; 2. 5L-Landon Jesina[1]; 3. 7T-Quinn Thurein[6]; 4. 38R-Riley Osantowski[2]; 5. 115-Landon Graham[8]; 6. P24-Aiden Howard[5]; 7. 06-Andres Jones[4]; 8. 69-Jordan Mast[7]

Race 53 (8 Laps): 1. 31B-Braxton Weger[2]; 2. 84-Dalten Maust[1]; 3. 33G-Caden Gotelli[3]; 4. 71-Jaxton Wiggs[5]; 5. 20Q-Brecken Reese[8]; 6. 10B-Braden Pfeiffer[6]; 7. 3S-Brody Strong[7]; 8. 77K-Kyle Fernandez[4]

Qualifiers (Top 16 in combined passing points from Heats & Qualifiers advance to Saturday night's A Main)

Race 279 - Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 2A-Austin Wood[1]; 2. 33-Jett Nunley[4]; 3. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[3]; 4. 88P-Ayden Parrish[7]; 5. 27-Kaden Weger[9]; 6. 46-Peyton White[11]; 7. 11H-Nicholas Harris[5]; 8. 25S-Justis Sokol[2]; 9. 23C-Cierra Wullenwaber[12]; 10. 115-Landon Graham[8]; 11. 4M-Teagen Moles[10]; 12. 29K-Levi Kuntz[6]

Race 280 - Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 7T-Quinn Thurein[1]; 2. 20Q-Brecken Reese[8]; 3. 14B-Ethan Burdett[6]; 4. B2-Carson Bolden[10]; 5. 2-Taylor Mayhew[9]; 6. 21-Keegan Osantowski[3]; 7. 38R-Riley Osantowski[12]; 8. 7K-Kennzzie Brown[11]; 9. 13-Chris Counter[2]; 10. 35G-Gaige Weldon[5]; 11. 10-Ray Brewer[7]; 12. 21X-Cash Lovenburg[4]

Race 281 - Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 45-Bradley Cox[1]; 2. 55-Jett Barnes[6]; 3. 3C-Cale Coons[3]; 4. 14X-Braxston Wilson[4]; 5. 3-Lathe Griggs[8]; 6. 7-Garyn Howard[5]; 7. 15B-Brianna Lawson[9]; 8. 10T-Talin Turner[11]; 9. 63K-Colton Key[7]; 10. 8L-Logun Lunsford[10]; 11. 29L-Jackson Lauderbaugh[12]; 12. 31B-Braxton Weger[2]

Race 282 - Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 45M-Megan Thomas[1]; 2. 5C-Cooper Miller[3]; 3. 22S-Colby Sokol[5]; 4. 87-Collin Shain[4]; 5. 55X-Lucas Mauldin[6]; 6. 45A-Eli Adams[2]; 7. 24C-Cale Lagroon[7]; 8. 13G-Elijah Gile[10]; 9. 9A-Abigayle Lett[12]; 10. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[9]; 11. 8J-Tanner Johnson[11]; 12. 28-Mick Gile Jr[8]

Race 283 - Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 1K-Kortland Stephens[1]; 2. 2G-Garrett Benson[7]; 3. 15V-Cole Vanderheiden[3]; 4. 9-Cooper Cottrell[5]; 5. 51B-Parker Bupp[2]; 6. 5L-Landon Jesina[6]; 7. 11-Kaley Mahaffey[10]; 8. 11D-Dominic White[8]; 9. 52-Hayden Mabe[11]; 10. 8-Jase Blevins[9]; 11. 73-Chase McDougal[4]; 12. 10P-Peyton Whitehouse[12]

Race 284 - Qualifier 6 (10 Laps): 1. 7L-Lucas Johnson[1]; 2. 9D-Degan Lelsz[2]; 3. 7J-JW Henderson[7]; 4. 71-Jaxton Wiggs[9]; 5. 13C-William Conner[3]; 6. 43-Parker Perry[5]; 7. 10S-Scout Spraggins[11]; 8. 33G-Caden Gotelli[8]; 9. 84-Dalten Maust[6]; 10. 21H-Levi Hinck[12]; 11. 50-Jackson Beers[10]; 12. 14L-Landon Muehlberger[4]

B-Features (Top 2 advance to the LCQ)

Race 341 - B1 (12 Laps): 1. 15V-Cole Vanderheiden[1]; 2. 27-Kaden Weger[2]; 3. 35G-Gaige Weldon[6]; 4. 45A-Eli Adams[3]; 5. 63-Jack Thomas[14]; 6. 15B-Brianna Lawson[4]; 7. 30-Kyler Bearce[8]; 8. 95H-Heath Walton[12]; 9. 6-Brylee Kilmer[10]; 10. 33G-Caden Gotelli[5]; 11. P24-Aiden Howard[9]; 12. 06-Andres Jones[11]; 13. 7S-Kanon Posey[13]; 14. 31B-Braxton Weger[7]

Race 342 - B2 (12 Laps): 1. 9D-Degan Lelsz[1]; 2. 2-Taylor Mayhew[2]; 3. 25S-Justis Sokol[4]; 4. 14L-Landon Muehlberger[6]; 5. 5-Axton Romero[13]; 6. 4M-Teagen Moles[7]; 7. 23C-Cierra Wullenwaber[5]; 8. 20-Junior Ankiewicz[9]; 9. 66-Jayden Clay[11]; 10. 67-Waylon Phillips[8]; 11. 4-Jude Allgayer[12]; 12. 126-Autumn Criste[10]; 13. 7-Garyn Howard[3]

Race 343 - B3 (12 Laps): 1. 7J-JW Henderson[1]; 2. 21X-Cash Lovenburg[5]; 3. 24C-Cale Lagroon[4]; 4. 13C-William Conner[2]; 5. 38R-Riley Osantowski[3]; 6. 87X-Cooper Williams[8]; 7. E10-Easton Zent[9]; 8. 77K-Kyle Fernandez[12]; 9. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[13]; 10. 3S-Brody Strong[10]; 11. 30P-Blake Pittman[11]; 12. 115-Landon Graham[6]; 13. 50-Jackson Beers[7]

Race 344 - B4 (12 Laps): 1. B2-Carson Bolden[1]; 2. 3-Lathe Griggs[2]; 3. 7K-Kennzzie Brown[4]; 4. 5L-Landon Jesina[3]; 5. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[6]; 6. 23J-Jace Wren[11]; 7. 73-Chase McDougal[5]; 8. 29K-Levi Kuntz[7]; 9. 8Z-Kasen Zorn[10]; 10. Z71-Evan Nolf[12]; 11. 21D-Dalton Wayne[8]; 12. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[13]; 13. 24-Kameron Sneed[9]

Race 345 - B5 (12 Laps): 1. 22S-Colby Sokol[1]; 2. 21-Keegan Osantowski[2]; 3. 43-Parker Perry[3]; 4. 10T-Talin Turner[4]; 5. 52-Hayden Mabe[5]; 6. 8-Jase Blevins[6]; 7. 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[10]; 8. 10B-Braden Pfeiffer[8]; 9. 29L-Jackson Lauderbaugh[7]; 10. 4S-Aubrey Jo Sappington[13]; 11. 99-Justin Spear[9]; 12. 18-Prestin Dalton[11]; 13. 18Z-Zander Altis[12]

Race 346 - B6 (12 Laps): 1. 71-Jaxton Wiggs[1]; 2. 51B-Parker Bupp[2]; 3. 11H-Nicholas Harris[3]; 4. 8J-Tanner Johnson[7]; 5. 23-Journey Hunt[10]; 6. 15-Brody Brown[8]; 7. 8L-Logun Lunsford[6]; 8. 4A-Hayden Alberson[9]; 9. 1-Hudsyn Truitt[12]; 10. 20K-Skyler Keeney[11]; 11. 10R-Ryleigh Whittle[13]; 12. 13G-Elijah Gile[4]; 13. 84-Dalten Maust[5]

Race 347 - B7 (12 Laps): 1. 10S-Scout Spraggins[3]; 2. 21H-Levi Hinck[6]; 3. 63K-Colton Key[5]; 4. 88P-Ayden Parrish[1]; 5. 13-Chris Counter[4]; 6. 28-Mick Gile Jr[7]; 7. 95R-Ryker Morrow[8]; 8. 14K-Kyle Hooper[13]; 9. 29-Bristol McCleskey[9]; 10. 20S-Shali Buck[10]; 11. 23M-Maliki Altis[12]; 12. 46-Peyton White[2]; 13. (DQ) 21A-Kainan Baker[11]

Race 348 - B8 (12 Laps): 1. 9-Cooper Cottrell[1]; 2. 55X-Lucas Mauldin[2]; 3. 11D-Dominic White[4]; 4. 11-Kaley Mahaffey[3]; 5. 9A-Abigayle Lett[5]; 6. 10-Ray Brewer[6]; 7. 10P-Peyton Whitehouse[7]; 8. 49-Ace Moore[12]; 9. 00T-TJ Stark[8]; 10. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[9]; 11. 12-Tori Tyer[10]; 12. 15H-Jace Hale[13]; 13. 69-Jordan Mast[11]

LCQ (Top 8 advance to the A-Feature)

Race 351 - LCQ (12 Laps): 1. 15V-Cole Vanderheiden[1]; 2. 7J-JW Henderson[3]; 3. B2-Carson Bolden[4]; 4. 71-Jaxton Wiggs[6]; 5. 10S-Scout Spraggins[8]; 6. 2-Taylor Mayhew[10]; 7. 27-Kaden Weger[9]; 8. 3-Lathe Griggs[11]; 9. 9-Cooper Cottrell[7]; 10. 21-Keegan Osantowski[12]; 11. 55X-Lucas Mauldin[14]; 12. 21X-Cash Lovenburg[15]; 13. 51B-Parker Bupp[13]; 14. 22S-Colby Sokol[5]; 15. 9D-Degan Lelsz[2]; 16. 21H-Levi Hinck[16]

A-Feature

Race 357 - A Main (25 Laps): 1. 33-Jett Nunley[1]; 2. 55-Jett Barnes[5]; 3. 2G-Garrett Benson[4]; 4. 5C-Cooper Miller[3]; 5. 1K-Kortland Stephens[10]; 6. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[12]; 7. 7L-Lucas Johnson[11]; 8. 71-Jaxton Wiggs[20]; 9. 7J-JW Henderson[18]; 10. 15V-Cole Vanderheiden[17]; 11. 14B-Ethan Burdett[14]; 12. 10S-Scout Spraggins[21]; 13. 45M-Megan Thomas[9]; 14. 3C-Cale Coons[13]; 15. 2A-Austin Wood[6]; 16. 87-Collin Shain[16]; 17. 3-Lathe Griggs[24]; 18. 20Q-Brecken Reese[2]; 19. 27-Kaden Weger[23]; 20. 7T-Quinn Thurein[7]; 21. B2-Carson Bolden[19]; 22. 14X-Braxston Wilson[15]; 23. 2-Taylor Mayhew[22]; 24. 45-Bradley Cox[8]

 

 

Jake Hagopian Goes To Tulsa Shootout Victory Lane In A-Class

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (January 1, 2022) Winner by virtue of a disqualification in 2019, California’s Jake Hagopian left no doubts as to his abilities at the Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout on Saturday night; reaching the finish line first in A-Class competition.

Trailing Kyle Spence on the start, the No. R7 led the first 14 laps. Trailed by Jake Hagopian, the No. 14q took advantage of slower traffic to grab the lead on Lap 15. Bringing Tyler Courtney along with him, the No. 4x shot to the lead on Lap 18, only to have the caution lights send the field to the last fully completed lap.

Falling to third on the restart, Christopher Bell rolled into the runner-up spot but would have to work to hold it with Courtney exchanging slide jobs with the No. 21x. Able to retake second, the battle allowed Hagopian to build a nearly 1.5-second advantage.

Keeping clean as the field raced back into traffic, Hagopian took the win with 1.006-seconds to spare. A fierce battle to the checkered flag for second, Christopher Bell barely held off Tyler Courtney. Fourth went to Alex Bright with Kameron Key in fifth.

The Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout takes place at the Tulsa Expo Raceway, located inside the SageNet Center in Tulsa, Okla. More information on the event will be released as the event draws closer. All official rules, event information, and dates are online at http://www.tulsashootout.com. Fans can also follow the Tulsa Shootout at https://www.facebook.com/TulsaShootout and on Twitter (@TulsaShootout).

Race Results:

37th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout
Tulsa Expo Raceway (Tulsa, Okla.)
Saturday, January 1, 2022

A-Class

Top 112 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 8 Qualifying Races

Race 80 (8 Laps): 1. 242-Izaak Sharp[4]; 2. 91-Alec Frisell[1]; 3. 01-Weldon Buford[6]; 4. 59T-Richie Harvey[5]; 5. 5A-Ava Gropp[3]; 6. 38-Karson Battarbee[7]; 7. 14N-Grant Sexton[8]; 8. 51X-Joshua Huish[10]; 9. 21H-Dustin Hamelmann[9]; 10. 12M-Shawn Marquez Jr[2]

Race 81 (8 Laps): 1. 22R-Gage Laney[1]; 2. 73-Jason McDougal[6]; 3. 12B-Brandon Boggs[5]; 4. 87C-Chase Randall[9]; 5. 52B-Brianna Lawson[2]; 6. 29C-Connor Borah[7]; 7. 13S-Greg Stevens[4]; 8. 23K-Jordan Kluver[8]; 9. 00T-TJ Stark[10]; 10. 111-Mark Reynolds[3]

Race 82 (8 Laps): 1. 10K-Koda Oller[2]; 2. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[1]; 3. 12U-Tyler Devenport[5]; 4. 19J-Justin Robison[7]; 5. 47K-Cory Kelley[8]; 6. 2G-Garrett Benson[10]; 7. 9D-Degan Lelsz[3]; 8. 66-Jayden Clay[6]; 9. 96C-Cameron Counter[9]; 10. 14-Blake Battles[4]

Race 83 (8 Laps): 1. 3X-Cole Roberts[1]; 2. 68-Landon Ellis[6]; 3. 36S-Darren Stewart[5]; 4. 144-Damon Paul[10]; 5. 14F-Tylin Trammell[3]; 6. 10T-Talin Turner[9]; 7. 05-Joshua Spatola[2]; 8. 21C-Caleb Stelzig[7]; 9. 11X-Brent Crews[8]; 10. 14L-Landon Muehlberger[4]

Race 84 (8 Laps): 1. 11G-Brandon Rose[1]; 2. 51G-Grant Schaadt[3]; 3. 97-Scotty Milan[7]; 4. 24S-Colby Sokol[10]; 5. 9A-Austin Lewis[2]; 6. 5G-Heath Hehnley[8]; 7. 300-Darren Cole[6]; 8. 41T-Tanner Dunlap[9]; 9. 4-Brett Combs[4]; 10. 10R-Rylee Whitehouse[5]

Race 85 (8 Laps): 1. 21K-Thomas Kunsman[4]; 2. 54X-David Taft[2]; 3. 1W-Weston Gorham[1]; 4. 14M-Cannon McIntosh[5]; 5. 59-Brody Mclaughlin[6]; 6. 45M-Megan Thomas[3]; 7. 1F-Jason Friesen[9]; 8. 12P-Quinn Roberts[7]; 9. 74T-TJ Thompson[10]; 10. U2-Ryan Cotney[8]

Race 86 (8 Laps): 1. 195-Steven Snyder Jr[3]; 2. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[5]; 3. 4X-Tyler Courtney[9]; 4. 33W-Reece Womack[1]; 5. 114-Jadon Rogers[4]; 6. 21T-Tanner Johnson[8]; 7. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[6]; 8. 99M-Mason Seubert[10]; 9. 19-Nigel Calvert[7]; 10. 67P-Waylon Phillips[2]

Race 87 (8 Laps): 1. 94-Craig Ronk[4]; 2. 10J-Dominic Gorden[5]; 3. 88L-Billy Lieb[1]; 4. 88P-Tony Penick[2]; 5. 67J-JJ Loss[9]; 6. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[6]; 7. 20B-Chase Bolf[8]; 8. 78C-Chance Cody[10]; 9. 1K-Kortland Stephens[3]; 10. 126-Autumn Criste[7]

Race 88 (8 Laps): 1. 15N-Neal Allison[1]; 2. 21X-Christopher Bell[7]; 3. 10B-Brock Berreth[2]; 4. 4B-Brandt Twitty[8]; 5. 99K-Seth Stenzel[4]; 6. 73C-Carsen Perkins[3]; 7. 3G-Jesse Maurer[9]; 8. 8R-Ryker Pace[10]; 9. 83-Coltin Strickland[6]; 10. 3H-Will Scribner[5]

Race 89 (8 Laps): 1. 88C-Dominic Carter[3]; 2. 16S-Seth Shebester[5]; 3. 7N-Darin Naida[6]; 4. 1-Brenham Crouch[2]; 5. 5-Bradley Huish[1]; 6. 122-Lane Warner[7]; 7. 15V-Cole Vanderheiden[8]; 8. 67-Randy Wagnon Jr[4]; 9. 2F-Jadyn Friesen[9]; 10. 6-Mark Martin[10]

Race 90 (8 Laps): 1. 20R-Alex Bright[3]; 2. 78-Ethan Ayars[1]; 3. 14H-Michael Faccinto[7]; 4. 14X-Braxston Wilson[2]; 5. 110-Karter Battarbee[9]; 6. 25S-Justis Sokol[4]; 7. 51-Kyle Busch[5]; 8. 45-Bradley Cox[6]; 9. 44C-Cheyenne Potter[8]; 10. 55-Allen Saine[10]

Race 91 (8 Laps): 1. 13J-Mitchel Moles[1]; 2. 74C-Sheldon Creed[5]; 3. 2L-Jake Rosario[6]; 4. 13M-Brett Moffitt[8]; 5. 87K-Kelvin Lewis[3]; 6. 45A-Eli Adams[7]; 7. 7B-Aidan Borden[10]; 8. 01J-Kory Lira[2]; 9. 18T-John Ferry III[4]; 10. 18J-Steve Finn[9]

Race 92 (8 Laps): 1. 21J-Kameron Key[3]; 2. 35S-Aubrey Smith[5]; 3. 21G-Garth Kasiner[6]; 4. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[8]; 5. 17P-Seth Pugh[1]; 6. 35C-Logan Calderwood[9]; 7. 49-Ace Moore[4]; 8. 2C-Caden Stoll[10]; 9. 37-Wade Olmsted[7]; 10. 21A-Kainan Baker[2]

Race 93 (8 Laps): 1. 13A-Emerson Axsom[1]; 2. 2P-Chase Porter[3]; 3. 38R-Riley Osantowski[2]; 4. 99-Brett Osborn[7]; 5. 13G-Elijah Gile[10]; 6. 10P-Brian Potter[6]; 7. 40G-Jason Gariss[9]; 8. 10D-Devon Debrick[5]; 9. 23C-Cierra Wullenwaber[4]; 10. 5R-Matt Beasley[8]

Race 94 (8 Laps): 1. 20Q-Brecken Reese[2]; 2. 41H-Colton Hardy[3]; 3. 17S-Baron Silva[1]; 4. 88J-Joey Amantea[4]; 5. 23-Alec Quiggle[9]; 6. 85J-Logan Julien[5]; 7. 83K-Colin Kirby[8]; 8. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[10]; 9. 77S-Kanon Posey[6]; 10. 12V-Cole Bodine[7]

Race 95 (8 Laps): 1. 29X-Mason Daugherty[1]; 2. 29D-Brock Cottrell[3]; 3. 98-James Roselli[2]; 4. 33K-Jack Kassik[7]; 5. 11L-Laydon Pearson[5]; 6. 27M-Jace McIntosh[6]; 7. 2V-DJ Vanderley[8]; 8. A51-Jason Trosper[4]; 9. 10N-Lonnie Nunley[10]; 10. 1R-Steve Roberts[9]

Race 96 (8 Laps): 1. 22M-Sammy McNabb[4]; 2. 10W-Bradyn Warren[1]; 3. 3Z-Trey Zorn[3]; 4. 3D-Caleb Debem[2]; 5. 12X-Cody Christensen[5]; 6. 74-Xavier Doney[7]; 7. 24G-Greyson Springer[9]; 8. 18R-Dacin Roberson[6]; 9. 7S-Kaden Smith[8]; 10. 16B-Brady Amos[10]

Race 97 (8 Laps): 1. 14K-Noah Key[2]; 2. 6W-Colin White[9]; 3. 41J-Caden Kvapil[3]; 4. 14B-Ethan Burdett[4]; 5. 15C-Blake Clouser[5]; 6. 3S-Brody Strong[1]; 7. 31-Chad Lobb[10]; 8. 9X-Casey Bauman[8]; 9. 19G-Bubba Gatewood[7]; 10. 31B-Braxton Weger[6]

Race 98 (8 Laps): 1. 20-James Andrichuk[4]; 2. 95-Paige Moss[2]; 3. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[7]; 4. 45D-Seth Duty[1]; 5. 77E-Cole Esgar[3]; 6. 9B-Brad Sutton[5]; 7. 36A-Tuesday Calderwood[10]; 8. 38X-Kyle Gray[8]; 9. 11D-Dominic White[9]; 10. 4N-Ryan Winter[6]

Race 99 (8 Laps): 1. 10H-Thomas Hassler[1]; 2. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[3]; 3. 2W-Austin Wood[4]; 4. 130-Jacob Barton[2]; 5. 4A-Eric Ankiewicz[5]; 6. 247-JW Henderson[8]; 7. B2-Carson Bolden[9]; 8. 47-Austin Helt[7]; 9. 07-Allard Rains III[6]; 10. 11B-Colton Booten[10]

Race 100 (8 Laps): 1. 14Z-Junior Ankiewicz[1]; 2. 36B-Brady Bacon[3]; 3. 36K-Kevin Thomas Jr[5]; 4. 71-Jaxton Wiggs[2]; 5. 12G-William Conner[7]; 6. 61-Chris Parmley[6]; 7. 33G-Caden Gotelli[9]; 8. 67S-Grant Stocker[10]; 9. 94S-Sophie Frazier[4]; 10. 22D-Peter Walker[8]

Race 101 (8 Laps): 1. 51B-Joe B Miller[1]; 2. R7-Kyle Spence[9]; 3. 91J-Jaxon Brenning[4]; 4. 36C-Kris Carroll[10]; 5. 33B-Cody Barnes[7]; 6. 49Z-Zak Moore[3]; 7. 9-Keith McIntyre Jr[8]; 8. 11C-Darren Brown[2]; 9. 49M-Cameron La Rose[5]; 10. 21S-Jimmy Staton[6]

Race 102 (8 Laps): 1. 14$-Shawn Bloomquist[1]; 2. 5K-Gavan Boschele[3]; 3. 71T-Tim Buckwalter[4]; 4. 4H-Spencer Hill[6]; 5. 23L-Tyler LaPointe[2]; 6. 16C-Cody Parmley[5]; 7. 08-Santino Ferrucci[7]; 8. 97X-Damian Norbury[8]; 9. (DNS) 7T-Quinn Thurein; 10. (DNS) 22C-John Campbell

Race 103 (8 Laps): 1. 3W-John Kilmer[1]; 2. 121-Caeden Steele[4]; 3. 5P-Austin Shores[2]; 4. 75X-James Morris[3]; 5. 83W-Brant Woods[9]; 6. 9L-Laramie Freeny[8]; 7. 3A-Drake Edwards[10]; 8. 63K-Colton Key[7]; 9. 5J-Jamie Stonehocker[6]; 10. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[5]

Race 104 (8 Laps): 1. 28C-Chelby Hinton[2]; 2. 14J-Jade Avedisian[3]; 3. 16T-Brittany Trogdon[1]; 4. 15T-Ryan Timms[9]; 5. 36-Kevin Reed[4]; 6. 75-Blayne Buntin[7]; 7. 3M-Collin Mitchell[5]; 8. 16F-Matthew Francis[8]; 9. 88R-Ryder Laplante[10]; 10. 46-Peyton White[6]

Race 105 (8 Laps): 1. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[4]; 2. 14R-Jake Nail[1]; 3. 29-Blake Scott[2]; 4. 99D-Bryant Dawson[3]; 5. 1P-Kaylee Bryson[9]; 6. 10X-Kole Kirkman[10]; 7. 14E-Mariah Ede[5]; 8. 20S-Steven Curbow[8]; 9. 1S-Ryan Carter[7]; 10. 15-Brody Brown[6]

Race 106 (8 Laps): 1. 10A-Jonathan Beason[6]; 2. 1X-Brady Ross[3]; 3. 83X-Shane Weeks[4]; 4. 16M-Darrius Myers[1]; 5. 52-Hayden Mabe[5]; 6. 10S-Brandon Shaw[7]; 7. 27K-Kyle Keeler[8]; 8. 14A-Braden Chiaramonte[9]; 9. 69-Robert Burnett[2]; 10. 11K-Kayla Martin[10]

Race 107 (8 Laps): 1. Z71-Michael Nolf[1]; 2. 1U-Cameron Paul[2]; 3. 3C-Cale Coons[6]; 4. 41-Logan Rumsey[9]; 5. 15D-Dylan Schaadt[5]; 6. 77R-Robbie Smith[10]; 7. 7A-Aaron Jesina[4]; 8. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[7]; 9. 5B-Cade Bierman[3]; 10. 30-John Crowder[8]

Race 108 (8 Laps): 1. 1V-Johnny Boland[3]; 2. 74N-Natalie Doney[1]; 3. 71M-Gavin Miller[5]; 4. 88-Austin Torgerson[4]; 5. 12C-Chase Spicola[6]; 6. 51K-Caleb Martin[10]; 7. 35G-Gaige Weldon[9]; 8. 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[2]; 9. 15E-Matt Ebarb[8]; 10. 29A-Austin Stone[7]

Race 109 (8 Laps): 1. 29K-Levi Kuntz[2]; 2. 9E-Kinzer Edwards[7]; 3. 25-Maverick Elkins[8]; 4. 1C-Connor Lee[3]; 5. 38M-Tres Mehler[10]; 6. 77A-Preston Norbury[9]; 7. 33-Hayden Holt[1]; 8. 10-Patrick Lundy[4]; 9. 21R-Riley Reed[6]; 10. 44-Samuel Holt[5]

Race 110 (8 Laps): 1. 9M-Matt Moore[2]; 2. 38J-Jackson Frisbie[3]; 3. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[6]; 4. 27L-Nate Lauderbaugh[1]; 5. 1Z-Hailie Deegan[8]; 6. 3T-Trevor McIntire[9]; 7. 82-Austin Saunders[10]; 8. 21-Keegan Osantowski[7]; 9. 23M-Garrett Massey[5]; 10. 25B-Chevy Boyer[4]

Race 111 (8 Laps): 1. 14Y-Tyler Smith[4]; 2. 5C-Christopher Townsend[2]; 3. 34-KJ Snow[5]; 4. 2N-Dawson Nunnenkamp[1]; 5. 570-Prestyn Brown[10]; 6. 96-Aiden Snead[3]; 7. 53-Graham Hamilton[6]; 8. 777-David Conley Sr[7]; 9. C71-Carter Jensrud[9]; 10. 60-Robert Lee[8]

Race 112 (8 Laps): 1. 02-Ashton Torgerson[3]; 2. 56-Jace Park[7]; 3. 33X-Evan Harvey[1]; 4. 5M-Kevin Morris[4]; 5. 72A-Alex Karpowicz[5]; 6. 22T-Robert Turner[9]; 7. 7K-Mason Keefer[6]; 8. 95X-Colton Cox[2]; 9. 32-Cody Daggett[8]

Race 113 (8 Laps): 1. 11S-Shawn Mahaffey[1]; 2. 11T-Tom Curran[3]; 3. 101-Easton Lebo[5]; 4. 22X-Daniel Robinson[6]; 5. 71H-Mason Hannagan[7]; 6. 1T-Taylor Whitefield[2]; 7. 27-Kaden Weger[4]; 8. 7-Nick Skias[9]; 9. 6T-Robert Tidabach[8]

Race 114 (8 Laps): 1. 02A-Brian Guthery[1]; 2. 57T-Chase Cabre[4]; 3. 8P-Caleb Pence[3]; 4. 66J-Holden Jennings[5]; 5. 14C-Cody Caldwell[9]; 6. 5X-Reece Shelton[7]; 7. 42-Ashley Afdahl[2]; 8. 5T-Tanner Anderson[8]; 9. 22U-Todd Uber[6]

Race 115 (8 Laps): 1. 36E-Blake Edwards[3]; 2. 5S-Gunnar Setser[1]; 3. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[7]; 4. 3-Cole Schroeder[2]; 5. 12T-Trey Robb[8]; 6. 39-Russ Disinger[6]; 7. 18K-Brayden Kongdara[5]; 8. 35-Rachel Zabawa[4]; 9. 55T-Toby Mosher[9]

Race 116 (8 Laps): 1. 51C-David Conley Jr[2]; 2. 29L-Jase Randolph[3]; 3. 75K-Kale Drake[7]; 4. 17J-Jacob Johnston[6]; 5. 12H-Cole Hocker[4]; 6. 31W-Tanner Berryhill[8]; 7. 95M-Noah Mehl[5]; 8. 1B-Brian Bennett[1]; 9. 58-Carl Lebo[9]

Race 117 (8 Laps): 1. 63-Cody Key[1]; 2. 81-Frank Flud[3]; 3. 55B-Jett Barnes[2]; 4. 99E-Eastin Ashbrooke[5]; 5. 36J-Kyle Jones[4]; 6. 86C-Kyle Thompson[6]; 7. 91K-Kevin Bayer[8]; 8. 98E-Ed Libonati[7]; 9. 48-Hunter Kohn[9]

Race 118 (8 Laps): 1. 6B-Blake Parmley[3]; 2. 55C-Trevor Cline[8]; 3. 14W-Harley Hollan[2]; 4. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[5]; 5. 98A-Abby Hohlbein[6]; 6. 48X-Dylan Hull Del[4]; 7. 27J-Jason Wilson[7]; 8. 78B-Brody Wake[1]; 9. 22-Curtis Jones[9]

E-Feature (Top 2 to corresponding D-Feature)

Race 197 - E1 (8 Laps): 1. 2F-Jadyn Friesen[2]; 2. 18R-Dacin Roberson[1]; 3. 1S-Ryan Carter[4]; 4. 22U-Todd Uber[5]; 5. 4N-Ryan Winter[8]; 6. 4-Brett Combs[6]; 7. U2-Ryan Cotney[7]; 8. 32-Cody Daggett[3]; 9. 14-Blake Battles[9]; 10. 14L-Landon Muehlberger[10]

Race 198 - E2 (8 Laps): 1. 11D-Dominic White[2]; 2. 78B-Brody Wake[4]; 3. 12M-Shawn Marquez Jr[9]; 4. 10D-Devon Debrick[1]; 5. 6T-Robert Tidabach[3]; 6. 25B-Chevy Boyer[10]; 7. 18T-John Ferry III[6]; 8. 21S-Jimmy Staton[8]; 9. 30-John Crowder[7]; 10. 19G-Bubba Gatewood[5]

Race 199 - E3 (8 Laps): 1. 49M-Cameron La Rose[3]; 2. 11X-Brent Crews[4]; 3. C71-Carter Jensrud[2]; 4. 46-Peyton White[8]; 5. 23C-Cierra Wullenwaber[6]; 6. 01J-Kory Lira[1]; 7. 67P-Waylon Phillips[7]; 8. 60-Robert Lee[5]; 9. 22C-John Campbell[9]; 10. 67-Randy Wagnon Jr[10]

Race 200 - E4 (8 Laps): 1. 11C-Darren Brown[3]; 2. A51-Jason Trosper[1]; 3. 21A-Kainan Baker[9]; 4. 23M-Garrett Massey[5]; 5. 15-Brody Brown[8]; 6. 83-Coltin Strickland[4]; 7. 94S-Sophie Frazier[6]; 8. 5R-Matt Beasley[10]; 9. 55T-Toby Mosher[2]; 10. 69-Robert Burnett[7]

Race 201 - E5 (8 Laps): 1. 48-Hunter Kohn[2]; 2. 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[3]; 3. 10-Patrick Lundy[1]; 4. 6-Mark Martin[5]; 5. 10R-Rylee Whitehouse[8]; 6. 126-Autumn Criste[7]; 7. 18J-Steve Finn[6]; 8. 77S-Kanon Posey[4]; 9. 1B-Brian Bennett[9]; 10. 22D-Peter Walker[10]

Race 202 - E6 (8 Laps): 1. 35-Rachel Zabawa[1]; 2. 07-Allard Rains III[4]; 3. 1R-Steve Roberts[6]; 4. 44C-Cheyenne Potter[2]; 5. 3H-Will Scribner[8]; 6. 12V-Cole Bodine[7]; 7. 7T-Quinn Thurein[9]; 8. 95X-Colton Cox[3]; 9. 55-Allen Saine[5]; 10. 58-Carl Lebo[10]

Race 203 - E7 (8 Laps): 1. 7S-Kaden Smith[2]; 2. 21H-Dustin Hamelmann[1]; 3. 1K-Kortland Stephens[6]; 4. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[8]; 5. 16B-Brady Amos[7]; 6. 11B-Colton Booten[5]; 7. 19-Nigel Calvert[3]; 8. 5J-Jamie Stonehocker[4]; 9. (DNS) 29A-Austin Stone; 10. (DNS) 22-Curtis Jones

Race 204 - E8 (8 Laps): 1. 11K-Kayla Martin[5]; 2. 96C-Cameron Counter[1]; 3. 5B-Cade Bierman[6]; 4. 15E-Matt Ebarb[2]; 5. 31B-Braxton Weger[7]; 6. 21R-Riley Reed[4]; 7. 44-Samuel Holt[8]; 8. 37-Wade Olmsted[3]; 9. 111-Mark Reynolds[9]

D-Feature (Top 2 to corresponding C-Feature)

Race 205 - D1 (10 Laps): 1. 10S-Brandon Shaw[1]; 2. 61-Chris Parmley[4]; 3. 51X-Joshua Huish[6]; 4. 83K-Colin Kirby[5]; 5. 21C-Caleb Stelzig[11]; 6. 9X-Casey Bauman[10]; 7. 2F-Jadyn Friesen[13]; 8. 18K-Brayden Kongdara[9]; 9. 18R-Dacin Roberson[14]; 10. 98E-Ed Libonati[12]; 11. 49Z-Zak Moore[7]; 12. 53-Graham Hamilton[8]; 13. 9A-Austin Lewis[3]; 14. 1F-Jason Friesen[2]

Race 206 - D2 (10 Laps): 1. 3G-Jesse Maurer[2]; 2. 2V-DJ Vanderley[5]; 3. 39-Russ Disinger[4]; 4. 96-Aiden Snead[7]; 5. 5X-Reece Shelton[1]; 6. 78B-Brody Wake[14]; 7. 11D-Dominic White[13]; 8. 23L-Tyler LaPointe[3]; 9. 7K-Mason Keefer[8]; 10. 13S-Greg Stevens[9]; 11. 00T-TJ Stark[12]; 12. 12P-Quinn Roberts[11]; 13. 99M-Mason Seubert[6]; 14. 38X-Kyle Gray[10]

Race 207 - D3 (10 Laps): 1. 5-Bradley Huish[3]; 2. 86C-Kyle Thompson[4]; 3. 49M-Cameron La Rose[13]; 4. 1T-Taylor Whitefield[7]; 5. 49-Ace Moore[9]; 6. 40G-Jason Gariss[2]; 7. 41T-Tanner Dunlap[8]; 8. 67S-Grant Stocker[10]; 9. 78C-Chance Cody[6]; 10. 11X-Brent Crews[14]; 11. 9-Keith McIntyre Jr[5]; 12. 47-Austin Helt[11]; 13. 31W-Tanner Berryhill[1]; 14. 74T-TJ Thompson[12]

Race 208 - D4 (10 Laps): 1. 5A-Ava Gropp[1]; 2. 24G-Greyson Springer[2]; 3. 08-Santino Ferrucci[7]; 4. 27K-Kyle Keeler[5]; 5. 85J-Logan Julien[4]; 6. 7A-Aaron Jesina[9]; 7. 8R-Ryker Pace[6]; 8. 11C-Darren Brown[13]; 9. 14A-Braden Chiaramonte[8]; 10. A51-Jason Trosper[14]; 11. 97X-Damian Norbury[11]; 12. 16F-Matthew Francis[10]; 13. 10N-Lonnie Nunley[12]; 14. 17P-Seth Pugh[3]

Race 209 - D5 (10 Laps): 1. 14F-Tylin Trammell[1]; 2. 2C-Caden Stoll[6]; 3. 9B-Brad Sutton[4]; 4. 48-Hunter Kohn[13]; 5. B2-Carson Bolden[2]; 6. 7-Nick Skias[8]; 7. 88R-Ryder Laplante[12]; 8. 29C-Connor Borah[3]; 9. 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[14]; 10. 27-Kaden Weger[9]; 11. 27J-Jason Wilson[7]; 12. 82-Austin Saunders[5]; 13. 20S-Steven Curbow[10]; 14. 63K-Colton Key[11]

Race 210 - D6 (10 Laps): 1. 87K-Kelvin Lewis[1]; 2. 91K-Kevin Bayer[5]; 3. 14N-Grant Sexton[4]; 4. 35-Rachel Zabawa[13]; 5. 95M-Noah Mehl[9]; 6. 51-Kyle Busch[8]; 7. 33G-Caden Gotelli[2]; 8. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[11]; 9. 3S-Brody Strong[7]; 10. 5T-Tanner Anderson[10]; 11. 07-Allard Rains III[14]; 12. 33-Hayden Holt[12]; 13. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[6]; 14. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[3]

Race 211 - D7 (10 Laps): 1. 77E-Cole Esgar[1]; 2. 10P-Brian Potter[3]; 3. 25S-Justis Sokol[5]; 4. 35G-Gaige Weldon[2]; 5. 45M-Megan Thomas[6]; 6. 21-Keegan Osantowski[11]; 7. 300-Darren Cole[7]; 8. 20B-Chase Bolf[4]; 9. 66-Jayden Clay[12]; 10. 7S-Kaden Smith[13]; 11. 9D-Degan Lelsz[9]; 12. 05-Joshua Spatola[10]; 13. 3M-Collin Mitchell[8]; 14. 21H-Dustin Hamelmann[14]

Race 212 - D8 (10 Laps): 1. 27M-Jace McIntosh[3]; 2. 52B-Brianna Lawson[2]; 3. 14E-Mariah Ede[8]; 4. 15V-Cole Vanderheiden[4]; 5. 23K-Jordan Kluver[9]; 6. 11K-Kayla Martin[13]; 7. 777-David Conley Sr[11]; 8. 45-Bradley Cox[12]; 9. 48X-Dylan Hull[5]; 10. 96C-Cameron Counter[14]; 11. 12H-Cole Hocker[1]; 12. 42-Ashley Afdahl[10]; 13. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[7]; 14. 73C-Carsen Perkins[6]

C-Feature (Top 2 to corresponding B-Feature)

Race 213 - C1 (10 Laps): 1. 10W-Bradyn Warren[1]; 2. 98-James Roselli[4]; 3. 41J-Caden Kvapil[3]; 4. 88J-Joey Amantea[7]; 5. 12C-Chase Spicola[8]; 6. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[2]; 7. 71-Jaxton Wiggs[9]; 8. 12X-Cody Christensen[11]; 9. 16M-Darrius Myers[10]; 10. 12G-William Conner[6]; 11. 61-Chris Parmley[14]; 12. 17J-Jacob Johnston[5]; 13. 99K-Seth Stenzel[12]; 14. 10S-Brandon Shaw[13]

Race 214 - C2 (10 Laps): 1. 8P-Caleb Pence[3]; 2. 4H-Spencer Hill[2]; 3. 99E-Eastin Ashbrooke[5]; 4. 2V-DJ Vanderley[14]; 5. 14B-Ethan Burdett[7]; 6. 3G-Jesse Maurer[13]; 7. 1Z-Hailie Deegan[8]; 8. 3-Cole Schroeder[9]; 9. 15C-Blake Clouser[11]; 10. 27L-Nate Lauderbaugh[10]; 11. 33B-Cody Barnes[6]; 12. 5P-Austin Shores[4]; 13. 36-Kevin Reed[12]; 14. 14R-Jake Nail[1]

Race 215 - C3 (10 Laps): 1. 22X-Daniel Robinson[2]; 2. 29-Blake Scott[4]; 3. 88-Austin Torgerson[7]; 4. 2G-Garrett Benson[3]; 5. 71H-Mason Hannagan[6]; 6. 98A-Abby Hohlbein[8]; 7. 5G-Heath Hehnley[9]; 8. 4A-Eric Ankiewicz[11]; 9. 86C-Kyle Thompson[14]; 10. 2N-Dawson Nunnenkamp[10]; 11. 5-Bradley Huish[13]; 12. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[5]; 13. 74N-Natalie Doney[1]; 14. 36J-Kyle Jones[12]

Race 216 - C4 (10 Laps): 1. 10X-Kole Kirkman[3]; 2. 47K-Cory Kelley[2]; 3. 1W-Weston Gorham[5]; 4. 5M-Kevin Morris[7]; 5. 10T-Talin Turner[6]; 6. 21T-Tanner Johnson[9]; 7. 5A-Ava Gropp[13]; 8. 16C-Cody Parmley[11]; 9. 88P-Tony Penick[8]; 10. 7B-Aidan Borden[10]; 11. 5S-Gunnar Setser[1]; 12. 55B-Jett Barnes[4]; 13. 24G-Greyson Springer[14]; 14. 38-Karson Battarbee[12]

Race 217 - C5 (10 Laps): 1. 2W-Austin Wood[1]; 2. 13G-Elijah Gile[2]; 3. 75X-James Morris[7]; 4. 77R-Robbie Smith[3]; 5. 35C-Logan Calderwood[6]; 6. 2C-Caden Stoll[14]; 7. 52-Hayden Mabe[11]; 8. 247-JW Henderson[9]; 9. 14W-Harley Hollan[4]; 10. 14F-Tylin Trammell[13]; 11. 122-Lane Warner[12]; 12. 31-Chad Lobb[10]; 13. 88L-Billy Lieb[5]; 14. 1-Brenham Crouch[8]

Race 218 - C6 (10 Laps): 1. 91J-Jaxon Brenning[1]; 2. 12T-Trey Robb[2]; 3. 17S-Baron Silva[5]; 4. 9L-Laramie Freeny[9]; 5. 15D-Dylan Schaadt[11]; 6. 36A-Tuesday Calderwood[10]; 7. 99D-Bryant Dawson[7]; 8. 77A-Preston Norbury[6]; 9. 59T-Richie Harvey[4]; 10. 87K-Kelvin Lewis[13]; 11. 45A-Eli Adams[12]; 12. 14X-Braxston Wilson[8]; 13. 91K-Kevin Bayer[14]; 14. 51K-Caleb Martin[3]

Race 219 - C7 (10 Laps): 1. 71T-Tim Buckwalter[1]; 2. 12B-Brandon Boggs[2]; 3. 3T-Trevor McIntire[6]; 4. 10B-Brock Berreth[3]; 5. 77E-Cole Esgar[13]; 6. 74-Xavier Doney[12]; 7. 3A-Drake Edwards[10]; 8. 1C-Connor Lee[7]; 9. 16T-Brittany Trogdon[5]; 10. 10P-Brian Potter[14]; 11. 3D-Caleb Debem[8]; 12. 14M-Cannon McIntosh[4]; 13. 33W-Reece Womack[9]; 14. 72A-Alex Karpowicz[11]

Race 220 - C8 (10 Laps): 1. 66J-Holden Jennings[4]; 2. 3Z-Trey Zorn[2]; 3. 27M-Jace McIntosh[13]; 4. 130-Jacob Barton[8]; 5. 83X-Shane Weeks[1]; 6. 75-Blayne Buntin[12]; 7. 52B-Brianna Lawson[14]; 8. 33X-Evan Harvey[5]; 9. 22T-Robert Turner[6]; 10. 59-Brody Mclaughlin[7]; 11. 45D-Seth Duty[9]; 12. 38R-Riley Osantowski[3]; 13. 114-Jadon Rogers[11]; 14. 11L-Laydon Pearson[10]

Qualifiers (Top 16 in combined passing points from Heats & Qualifiers advance to Saturday night's A Main)

Race 293 - Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. R7-Kyle Spence[4]; 2. 25-Maverick Elkins[2]; 3. 15N-Neal Allison[8]; 4. 6B-Blake Parmley[1]; 5. 110-Karter Battarbee[14]; 6. 5K-Gavan Boschele[11]; 7. 99-Brett Osborn[13]; 8. 7N-Darin Naida[7]; 9. 29K-Levi Kuntz[6]; 10. 242-Izaak Sharp[3]; 11. 13M-Brett Moffitt[10]; 12. 97-Scotty Milan[5]; 13. 3W-John Kilmer[9]; 14. 12U-Tyler Devenport[12]

Race 294 - Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 24S-Colby Sokol[1]; 2. 195-Steven Snyder Jr[2]; 3. 21K-Thomas Kunsman[3]; 4. 13J-Mitchel Moles[8]; 5. 10A-Jonathan Beason[4]; 6. 14J-Jade Avedisian[11]; 7. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[10]; 8. 9M-Matt Moore[6]; 9. Z71-Michael Nolf[9]; 10. 14H-Michael Faccinto[5]; 11. 33K-Jack Kassik[13]; 12. 23-Alec Quiggle[14]; 13. 36S-Darren Stewart[12]; 14. 2L-Jake Rosario[7]

Race 295 - Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 36C-Kris Carroll[1]; 2. 88C-Dominic Carter[2]; 3. 94-Craig Ronk[3]; 4. 55C-Trevor Cline[4]; 5. 13A-Emerson Axsom[8]; 6. 15T-Ryan Timms[6]; 7. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[5]; 8. 11S-Shawn Mahaffey[9]; 9. 1X-Brady Ross[11]; 10. 36K-Kevin Thomas Jr[12]; 11. 83W-Brant Woods[14]; 12. 21G-Garth Kasiner[7]; 13. 54X-David Taft[13]; 14. 51G-Grant Schaadt[10]

Race 296 - Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 20R-Alex Bright[2]; 2. 21X-Christopher Bell[4]; 3. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[1]; 4. 22M-Sammy McNabb[3]; 5. 41-Logan Rumsey[6]; 6. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[5]; 7. 29X-Mason Daugherty[8]; 8. 71M-Gavin Miller[12]; 9. 3C-Cale Coons[7]; 10. 1P-Kaylee Bryson[14]; 11. 2P-Chase Porter[10]; 12. 38J-Jackson Frisbie[11]; 13. 02A-Brian Guthery[9]; 14. 95-Paige Moss[13]

Race 297 - Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 21J-Kameron Key[2]; 2. 10J-Dominic Gorden[1]; 3. 6W-Colin White[4]; 4. 20-James Andrichuk[3]; 5. 75K-Kale Drake[7]; 6. 34-KJ Snow[12]; 7. 68-Landon Ellis[6]; 8. 41H-Colton Hardy[10]; 9. 10H-Thomas Hassler[8]; 10. 1U-Cameron Paul[11]; 11. 10K-Koda Oller[5]; 12. 51C-David Conley Jr[9]; 13. 14C-Cody Caldwell[13]; 14. (DNS) 11T-Tom Curran

Race 298 - Qualifier 6 (10 Laps): 1. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[3]; 2. 1V-Johnny Boland[2]; 3. 16S-Seth Shebester[1]; 4. 20Q-Brecken Reese[5]; 5. 121-Caeden Steele[6]; 6. 9E-Kinzer Edwards[4]; 7. 63-Cody Key[9]; 8. 22R-Gage Laney[7]; 9. 29D-Brock Cottrell[10]; 10. 5C-Christopher Townsend[13]; 11. 14Z-Junior Ankiewicz[8]; 12. 91-Alec Frisell[12]; 13. 81-Frank Flud[11]; 14. (DNS) 101-Easton Lebo

Race 299 - Qualifier 7 (10 Laps): 1. 02-Ashton Torgerson[2]; 2. 74C-Sheldon Creed[1]; 3. 14Y-Tyler Smith[3]; 4. 57T-Chase Cabre[6]; 5. 144-Damon Paul[9]; 6. 51B-Joe B Miller[8]; 7. 56-Jace Park[4]; 8. 29L-Jase Randolph[13]; 9. 38M-Tres Mehler[11]; 10. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[14]; 11. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[10]; 12. 87C-Chase Randall[12]; 13. (DQ) 14K-Noah Key[5]; 14. (DQ) 3X-Cole Roberts[7]

Race 300 - Qualifier 8 (10 Laps): 1. 35S-Aubrey Smith[1]; 2. 4X-Tyler Courtney[4]; 3. 73-Jason McDougal[3]; 4. 28C-Chelby Hinton[5]; 5. 36B-Brady Bacon[10]; 6. 01-Weldon Buford[6]; 7. 67J-JJ Loss[13]; 8. 19J-Justin Robison[12]; 9. 11G-Brandon Rose[7]; 10. 4B-Brandt Twitty[9]; 11. 14$-Shawn Bloomquist[8]; 12. 78-Ethan Ayars[14]; 13. 570-Prestyn Brown[11]; 14. 36E-Blake Edwards[2]

B-Features (Top 2 advance to the LCQ)

Race 317 - B1 (12 Laps): 1. 1V-Johnny Boland[1]; 2. 73-Jason McDougal[2]; 3. 16S-Seth Shebester[3]; 4. 7N-Darin Naida[7]; 5. 56-Jace Park[5]; 6. 81-Frank Flud[11]; 7. 36K-Kevin Thomas Jr[8]; 8. 29X-Mason Daugherty[6]; 9. 4B-Brandt Twitty[9]; 10. 98-James Roselli[14]; 11. 23-Alec Quiggle[10]; 12. 10W-Bradyn Warren[13]; 13. 75K-Kale Drake[4]; 14. 12U-Tyler Devenport[12]

Race 318 - B2 (12 Laps): 1. 144-Damon Paul[3]; 2. 55C-Trevor Cline[1]; 3. 99-Brett Osborn[4]; 4. 36S-Darren Stewart[11]; 5. 8P-Caleb Pence[13]; 6. 33K-Jack Kassik[9]; 7. 22R-Gage Laney[7]; 8. 4H-Spencer Hill[12]; 9. 10A-Jonathan Beason[2]; 10. 10H-Thomas Hassler[8]; 11. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[6]; 12. 78-Ethan Ayars[10]; 13. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[5]; 14. (DNS) 101-Easton Lebo

Race 319 - B3 (12 Laps): 1. 21K-Thomas Kunsman[1]; 2. 41-Logan Rumsey[4]; 3. 68-Landon Ellis[6]; 4. 1P-Kaylee Bryson[7]; 5. 20Q-Brecken Reese[3]; 6. 13M-Brett Moffitt[9]; 7. 3C-Cale Coons[8]; 8. 38J-Jackson Frisbie[10]; 9. 3W-John Kilmer[11]; 10. 29-Blake Scott[14]; 11. 51G-Grant Schaadt[12]; 12. 36B-Brady Bacon[2]; 13. 15T-Ryan Timms[5]; 14. 22X-Daniel Robinson[13]

Race 320 - B4 (12 Laps): 1. 94-Craig Ronk[1]; 2. 28C-Chelby Hinton[3]; 3. 121-Caeden Steele[4]; 4. 22M-Sammy McNabb[2]; 5. 2P-Chase Porter[9]; 6. 97-Scotty Milan[10]; 7. 47K-Cory Kelley[14]; 8. 36E-Blake Edwards[12]; 9. 242-Izaak Sharp[8]; 10. 02A-Brian Guthery[11]; 11. 29L-Jase Randolph[5]; 12. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[7]; 13. 41H-Colton Hardy[6]; 14. 10X-Kole Kirkman[13]

Race 321 - B5 (12 Laps): 1. 14Y-Tyler Smith[1]; 2. 5K-Gavan Boschele[3]; 3. 63-Cody Key[5]; 4. 9E-Kinzer Edwards[4]; 5. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[8]; 6. 51C-David Conley Jr[9]; 7. 20-James Andrichuk[2]; 8. 95-Paige Moss[10]; 9. 11G-Brandon Rose[7]; 10. 29D-Brock Cottrell[6]; 11. 13G-Elijah Gile[11]; 12. (DNS) 11S-Shawn Mahaffey; 13. (DNS) 2W-Austin Wood; 14. (DNS) 570-Prestyn Brown

Race 322 - B6 (12 Laps): 1. 10J-Dominic Gorden[1]; 2. 57T-Chase Cabre[2]; 3. 67J-JJ Loss[4]; 4. 9M-Matt Moore[6]; 5. 87C-Chase Randall[10]; 6. 71M-Gavin Miller[5]; 7. 12T-Trey Robb[12]; 8. 83W-Brant Woods[8]; 9. 91J-Jaxon Brenning[13]; 10. 14J-Jade Avedisian[3]; 11. 5C-Christopher Townsend[7]; 12. 10K-Koda Oller[9]; 13. 54X-David Taft[11]; 14. (DNS) 2L-Jake Rosario

Race 323 - B7 (12 Laps): 1. 13A-Emerson Axsom[3]; 2. 74C-Sheldon Creed[1]; 3. 51B-Joe B Miller[4]; 4. 01-Weldon Buford[5]; 5. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[2]; 6. 14H-Michael Faccinto[8]; 7. 29K-Levi Kuntz[7]; 8. 71T-Tim Buckwalter[12]; 9. 1X-Brady Ross[6]; 10. 12B-Brandon Boggs[13]; 11. 21G-Garth Kasiner[10]; 12. 14Z-Junior Ankiewicz[9]; 13. 14C-Cody Caldwell[11]

Race 324 - B8 (12 Laps): 1. 13J-Mitchel Moles[1]; 2. 34-KJ Snow[2]; 3. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[4]; 4. 1U-Cameron Paul[8]; 5. 6B-Blake Parmley[3]; 6. 38M-Tres Mehler[6]; 7. Z71-Michael Nolf[7]; 8. 91-Alec Frisell[10]; 9. 14$-Shawn Bloomquist[9]; 10. 19J-Justin Robison[5]; 11. 3Z-Trey Zorn[11]; 12. 66J-Holden Jennings[12]; 13. (DNS) 11T-Tom Curran

LCQ (Top 8 advance to the A-Feature)

Race 352 - LCQ (12 Laps): 1. 13A-Emerson Axsom[8]; 2. 1V-Johnny Boland[1]; 3. 21K-Thomas Kunsman[2]; 4. 10J-Dominic Gorden[5]; 5. 14Y-Tyler Smith[4]; 6. 13J-Mitchel Moles[6]; 7. 94-Craig Ronk[3]; 8. 144-Damon Paul[7]; 9. 74C-Sheldon Creed[10]; 10. 5K-Gavan Boschele[15]; 11. 34-KJ Snow[13]; 12. 28C-Chelby Hinton[14]; 13. 55C-Trevor Cline[9]; 14. 41-Logan Rumsey[16]; 15. 73-Jason McDougal[11]; 16. 57T-Chase Cabre[12]

A-Feature

Race 358 - A Main (30 Laps): 1. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[2]; 2. 21X-Christopher Bell[3]; 3. 4X-Tyler Courtney[4]; 4. 20R-Alex Bright[5]; 5. 21J-Kameron Key[6]; 6. 15N-Neal Allison[8]; 7. 13A-Emerson Axsom[17]; 8. R7-Kyle Spence[1]; 9. 35S-Aubrey Smith[13]; 10. 110-Karter Battarbee[9]; 11. 6W-Colin White[12]; 12. 02-Ashton Torgerson[7]; 13. 21K-Thomas Kunsman[19]; 14. 14Y-Tyler Smith[21]; 15. 144-Damon Paul[24]; 16. 10J-Dominic Gorden[20]; 17. 24S-Colby Sokol[10]; 18. 195-Steven Snyder Jr[15]; 19. 25-Maverick Elkins[14]; 20. 88C-Dominic Carter[16]; 21. 13J-Mitchel Moles[22]; 22. 1V-Johnny Boland[18]; 23. 94-Craig Ronk[23]; 24. 36C-Kris Carroll[11]

 

 

Craig Ronk Leads Entire Outlaw Feature At The Tulsa Shootout

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (January 1, 2022) Delivering a Golden Driller to the state of Indiana, Craig Ronk captured his first career Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout victory.

Leading the entire 55 lap affair, Ronk never vacated the bottom groove of the Tulsa Expo Raceway. Getting a couple of taps in the closing laps from Thomas Kunsman, the No. 21k was unable to shake the No. 94 from the line.

Settling for second, Thomas was chased to the line by Jonathan Beason.

KJ Snow rolled to fourth with Gunnar Setser fifth. Laydon Pearson was sixth, followed by Kevin Thomas, Jr. in seventh. Advancing from 16th to eighth was Emerson Axsom with Cody Christenson rolling from 15th to ninth. Scotty Milan followed the trend; going from 18th to complete the top ten.

The 37th annual Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout set records across the board with 1,739 entries received. Of those, 1,661 were confirmed at check-in. Other winners on Saturday night included Emerson Axsom in Stock Non-Wing, Jett Nunley in Restricted A-Class, Jake Hagopian in A-Class, Jeffrey Newell in Non-Wing Outlaw, and for the second year in a row Lucas Mauldin topped Junior Sprints.

A total of 359 races were contested (172 Heat Races, 24 E-Mains, 32 D-Mains, 36 C-Mains, 44 Qualifiers, 40 B-Mains, 5 LCQ, and 6 A-Features) across four days with 3,418 green flag laps contested.

The dates for the 2023 Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout and other details will be released in the coming months.

The Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout takes place at the Tulsa Expo Raceway, located inside the SageNet Center in Tulsa, Okla. More information on the event will be released as the event draws closer. All official rules, event information, and dates are online at http://www.tulsashootout.com. Fans can also follow the Tulsa Shootout at https://www.facebook.com/TulsaShootout and on Twitter (@TulsaShootout).

Race Results:

37th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout Tulsa Expo Raceway (Tulsa, Okla.) Saturday, January 1, 2022

Winged Outlaw

Top 112 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 8 Qualifying Races

Race 54 (8 Laps): 1. 1F-Jason Friesen[2]; 2. 93-Matthew Riggs Carr[3]; 3. 7L-Logan Trevino[1]; 4. 12P-Quinn Roberts[6]; 5. 71P-Chuck Gurney Jr[9]; 6. 83V-Tim Vaught[7]; 7. 08$-Trey Gropp[8]; 8. 77A-Preston Norbury[10]; 9. 40S-Shain Kaiser[5]; 10. 5J-Austin Hawkins[4]

Race 55 (8 Laps): 1. 14X-Braxston Wilson[4]; 2. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[3]; 3. 14L-Kurt Westerfield[8]; 4. 61-Chris Parmley[2]; 5. 26S-Jonathan Shafer[9]; 6. 1E-Eric Braundmeier[7]; 7. 5A-Ava Gropp[6]; 8. 78G-Justin Giddings[5]; 9. 2X-Joshua Spatola[1]; 10. 91-Alec Frisell[10]

Race 56 (8 Laps): 1. 23C-Josh Castro[2]; 2. 49-Max Mittry[1]; 3. 08G-Cannon McIntosh[6]; 4. 5K-Gavan Boschele[5]; 5. 9L-Laramie Freeny[4]; 6. 71M-Gavin Miller[8]; 7. 44-Samuel Holt[7]; 8. 20Q-Brecken Reese[10]; 9. 17J-Jacob Johnston[3]; 10. 51P-Paul Hendrix[9]

Race 57 (8 Laps): 1. 2V-DJ Vanderley[1]; 2. 47B-Emerson Axsom[8]; 3. 14R-Jake Nail[2]; 4. 48T-Tanner Holm[9]; 5. 36C-Kris Carroll[6]; 6. 55C-Trevor Cline[3]; 7. B2-Carson Bolden[10]; 8. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[5]; 9. 4H-Spencer Hill[4]; 10. 37-Wade Olmsted[7]

Race 58 (8 Laps): 1. 20R-Alex Bright[1]; 2. 10S-Logan Seavey[3]; 3. 88-Austin Torgerson[2]; 4. 18H-Nicholas Howard[7]; 5. 21T-Dylan Kadous[6]; 6. 29A-Austin Stone[8]; 7. 938-Bradley Fezard[5]; 8. 88C-Dominic Carter[9]; 9. 38X-Kyle Gray[4]; 10. 9B-Brad Sutton[10]

Race 59 (8 Laps): 1. 12-Frank Galusha[3]; 2. 75X-James Morris[7]; 3. 117-James Scott[2]; 4. 19-Sam Johnson[1]; 5. 27L-Nate Lauderbaugh[8]; 6. 12U-Tyler Devenport[4]; 7. 12C-Chase Spicola[10]; 8. 7H-Skylar Hunter[9]; 9. 29M-Dylan Menditto[5]; 10. 73-Jason McDougal[6]

Race 60 (8 Laps): 1. 38-Karson Battarbee[1]; 2. 14K-Noah Key[2]; 3. 21X-Christopher Bell[8]; 4. 10H-Thomas Hassler[4]; 5. 41J-Caden Kvapil[5]; 6. 14W-Dacin Roberson[3]; 7. 74N-Natalie Doney[6]; 8. 9X-Casey Bauman[7]; 9. 95-Paige Moss[9]; 10. (DNS) 20K-Kevin Ulmer

Race 61 (8 Laps): 1. 94-Craig Ronk[8]; 2. 98-James Roselli[2]; 3. 88R-Ryder Laplante[9]; 4. 242-Izaak Sharp[5]; 5. 2P-Chase Porter[4]; 6. 17R-Molly Day[7]; 7. 35G-Gaige Weldon[3]; 8. 4J-Ayden Hare[10]; 9. 22C-John Campbell[1]; 10. 9F-Mike Frantz[6]

Race 62 (8 Laps): 1. 65-Michael Faccinto[1]; 2. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[3]; 3. 2B-Jonathan Beason[7]; 4. 14E-Mariah Ede[4]; 5. 3C-Cole Roberts[2]; 6. 7F-Ryan Frantz[8]; 7. 6B-Blake Parmley[5]; 8. 88S-Cale Crawford[6]; 9. (DNS) 22-Curtis Jones; 10. (DNS) 71T-Tim Buckwalter

Race 63 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 2. 21L-Brady Bacon[2]; 3. 11-Laydon Pearson[8]; 4. 29T-Tanner Thorson[7]; 5. 22X-Daniel Robinson[10]; 6. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[9]; 7. Z17-Michael Nolf[6]; 8. 13S-Greg Stevens[4]; 9. 60-Robert Lee[1]; 10. 11X-Brent Crews[5]

Race 64 (8 Laps): 1. 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[1]; 2. 2F-Jadyn Friesen[4]; 3. 51-Kyle Busch[5]; 4. 15N-Neal Allison[2]; 5. 7N-Darin Naida[8]; 6. 74-Xavier Doney[6]; 7. 78B-Brody Wake[7]; 8. Z78-Zach Drummond[10]; 9. 123-Brant Woods[9]; 10. 570-Johnny Smith[3]

Race 65 (8 Laps): 1. 51F-Gary Taylor[1]; 2. 8G-Tyler Smith[2]; 3. 29K-Levi Kuntz[3]; 4. 2G-Garrett Benson[9]; 5. 67J-JJ Loss[10]; 6. 122-Lane Warner[7]; 7. 110-Karter Battarbee[8]; 8. 7T-Derrick Mcgrew Jr[6]; 9. 95M-Noah Mehl[4]; 10. 44C-Cheyenne Potter[5]

Race 66 (8 Laps): 1. 24S-Colby Sokol[1]; 2. 23-Alec Quiggle[2]; 3. 95A-Eli Adams[4]; 4. 144-Damon Paul[7]; 5. 78-Ethan Ayars[9]; 6. 07-Allard Rains III[5]; 7. 18K-Brayden Kongdara[3]; 8. 2N-Dawson Nunnenkamp[6]; 9. 41B-Cody Bryson[8]; 10. 58-Carl Lebo[10]

Race 67 (8 Laps): 1. 51B-Joe B Miller[1]; 2. 121-Caeden Steele[2]; 3. 24-KJ Snow[8]; 4. 3M-Collin Mitchell[6]; 5. 2J-Joshua Shipley[4]; 6. 52L-Cameron La Rose[3]; 7. 17S-Baron Silva[7]; 8. 35S-Aubrey Smith[5]; 9. 40F-Devin Feger[9]; 10. (DNS) 59-Brody Mclaughlin

Race 68 (8 Laps): 1. 41H-Colton Hardy[2]; 2. 15C-Blake Clouser[1]; 3. 21K-Thomas Kunsman[10]; 4. 38J-Jackson Frisbie[5]; 5. 22M-Sammy McNabb[4]; 6. 16F-Matthew Francis[8]; 7. 1V-Johnny Boland[6]; 8. 14B-Ethan Burdett[7]; 9. 51X-Joshua Huish[3]; 10. 88L-Billy Lieb[9]

Race 69 (8 Laps): 1. 10J-Dominic Gorden[4]; 2. 74C-Sheldon Creed[1]; 3. 87C-Chase Randall[7]; 4. 14Z-Junior Ankiewicz[3]; 5. 22R-Gage Laney[5]; 6. 11T-Tom Curran[9]; 7. 14H-Harley Hollan[8]; 8. 1M-Mason Hannagan[10]; 9. 44E-Eric Ankiewicz[6]; 10. 31-Chad Lobb[2]

Race 70 (8 Laps): 1. 81-Frank Flud[2]; 2. 25J-Delaney Jost[4]; 3. 7-Nick Skias[8]; 4. 73J-Jadon Rogers[1]; 5. 11J-Cameron Paul[7]; 6. 10R-Rylee Whitehouse[10]; 7. 68-Paul Day[9]; 8. 5E-Bobby Elliott[5]; 9. 7K-Mason Keefer[3]; 10. 20T-Ricky Thornton Jr[6]

Race 71 (8 Laps): 1. 17M-Johnny Mordock[1]; 2. 21N-Steven Snyder Jr[2]; 3. R7-Kyle Spence[6]; 4. 5-Bradley Huish[3]; 5. 71-Jaxton Wiggs[4]; 6. 27H-Brandon Shaw[7]; 7. 77R-Robbie Smith[8]; 8. 19J-Justin Robison[5]; 9. 33-Hayden Holt[9]; 10. (DNS) 3Z-Trey Zorn

Race 72 (8 Laps): 1. 14J-Jade Avedisian[3]; 2. 05R-Brandon Riveira[7]; 3. 28C-Chelby Hinton[2]; 4. 5T-Ryan Timms[6]; 5. 88P-Tony Penick[5]; 6. 9-Keith McIntyre Jr[9]; 7. 10-Patrick Lundy[1]; 8. 10K-Koda Oller[4]; 9. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[8]; 10. 1K-Kortland Stephens[10]

Race 73 (8 Laps): 1. 9S-Kevin Bayer[2]; 2. 5G-Heath Hehnley[1]; 3. 20S-Steven Curbow[4]; 4. 13-Mitchel Moles[7]; 5. 4-Garrett Twitty[3]; 6. 66-Broedy Graham[10]; 7. 25B-Chevy Boyer[9]; 8. 40B-Dylan Beal[5]; 9. 52B-Brianna Lawson[6]; 10. 9A-Austin Lewis[8]

Race 74 (8 Laps): 1. 97-Scotty Milan[4]; 2. 10X-Kole Kirkman[2]; 3. 10B-Brock Berreth[1]; 4. 21G-Garth Kasiner[3]; 5. 157-Camren Sorrels[7]; 6. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[6]; 7. 44T-Austin Taborski[9]; 8. 48X-Dylan Hull Del[5]; 9. 72-Jesse Maurer[8]

Race 75 (8 Laps): 1. 12X-Cody Christensen[3]; 2. 20-James Andrichuk[1]; 3. 21J-Kameron Key[5]; 4. 15D-Mason Daugherty[4]; 5. 8H-Matthew Howard[7]; 6. 47H-Hunter Wise[6]; 7. 9H-Kaden Holm[2]; 8. 57K-Kyle Chady[8]; 9. (DNS) 2K-Todd Kirkman

Race 76 (8 Laps): 1. 02-Ashton Torgerson[1]; 2. 21S-Jimmy Staton[2]; 3. 48-Hunter Kohn[3]; 4. 131-Dusty Young[7]; 5. 3-Cole Schroeder[9]; 6. 99D-Bryant Dawson[4]; 7. 94S-Sophie Frazier[8]; 8. 4X-Tyler Courtney[6]; 9. 56-Jace Park[5]

Race 77 (8 Laps): 1. 39-Russ Disinger[1]; 2. 69X-Devin Crawley[2]; 3. 11K-Kaylee Bryson[4]; 4. 10T-Talin Turner[3]; 5. 24G-Greyson Springer[5]; 6. 5L-Derek Hagar[9]; 7. 8B-Mickey Bullock[7]; 8. 1C-Connor Lee[8]; 9. 16C-Cody Parmley[6]

Race 78 (8 Laps): 1. 16T-Brittany Trogdon[1]; 2. 6W-Colin White[5]; 3. 2-Travis Sullivan[9]; 4. 72A-Alex Karpowicz[4]; 5. 57P-Peter Walker[2]; 6. 12F-Dawson Faria[8]; 7. 5X-Reece Shelton[6]; 8. 01J-Kory Lira[3]; 9. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[7]

Race 79 (8 Laps): 1. 3D-Caleb Debem[1]; 2. 88J-Joey Amantea[2]; 3. 5S-Gunnar Setser[8]; 4. 1-Brenham Crouch[7]; 5. 82-Austin Saunders[6]; 6. 15-Cody Key[9]; 7. 126-Autumn Criste[4]; 8. 6T-Robert Tidabach[3]; 9. 2E-Jake Galusha[5]

D-Features (Top 4 to corresponding C-Feature)

Race 221 - D1 (8 Laps): 1. 44E-Eric Ankiewicz[2]; 2. 11X-Brent Crews[5]; 3. 4X-Tyler Courtney[7]; 4. 91-Alec Frisell[3]; 5. 9A-Austin Lewis[4]; 6. 41B-Cody Bryson[1]; 7. 31-Chad Lobb[6]; 8. 123-Brant Woods[8]; 9. 38X-Kyle Gray[9]; 10. 17J-Jacob Johnston[10]; 11. 60-Robert Lee[11]; 12. 22-Curtis Jones[12]

Race 222 - D2 (8 Laps): 1. 40F-Devin Feger[1]; 2. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[2]; 3. 52B-Brianna Lawson[3]; 4. 2K-Todd Kirkman[9]; 5. 95M-Noah Mehl[5]; 6. 9B-Brad Sutton[4]; 7. 51X-Joshua Huish[6]; 8. 44C-Cheyenne Potter[8]; 9. 37-Wade Olmsted[7]; 10. 73-Jason McDougal[10]; 11. 20K-Kevin Ulmer[11]; 12. 16C-Cody Parmley[12]

Race 223 - D3 (8 Laps): 1. 72-Jesse Maurer[2]; 2. 40S-Shain Kaiser[3]; 3. 3Z-Trey Zorn[6]; 4. 33-Hayden Holt[1]; 5. 5J-Austin Hawkins[5]; 6. 51P-Paul Hendrix[4]; 7. 71T-Tim Buckwalter[7]; 8. 58-Carl Lebo[8]; 9. 7K-Mason Keefer[9]; 10. 2X-Joshua Spatola[10]; 11. 9F-Mike Frantz[11]

Race 224 - D4 (8 Laps): 1. 1K-Kortland Stephens[10]; 2. 20T-Ricky Thornton Jr[5]; 3. 29M-Dylan Menditto[2]; 4. 01J-Kory Lira[1]; 5. 6T-Robert Tidabach[3]; 6. 22C-John Campbell[4]; 7. 570-Johnny Smith[6]; 8. 59-Brody Mclaughlin[8]; 9. 88L-Billy Lieb[9]; 10. 4H-Spencer Hill[7]; 11. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[11]

C-Features (Top B to corresponding C-Feature)

Race 225 - C1 (10 Laps): 1. 74-Xavier Doney[6]; 2. 72A-Alex Karpowicz[1]; 3. 19-Sam Johnson[3]; 4. 9L-Laramie Freeny[4]; 5. 122-Lane Warner[5]; 6. 2E-Jake Galusha[10]; 7. 11X-Brent Crews[13]; 8. 12U-Tyler Devenport[7]; 9. 88S-Cale Crawford[11]; 10. 14W-Dacin Roberson[8]; 11. 19J-Justin Robison[12]; 12. Z17-Michael Nolf[9]; 13. 61-Chris Parmley[2]; 14. 91-Alec Frisell[14]

Race 226 - C2 (10 Laps): 1. 15N-Neal Allison[2]; 2. 4X-Tyler Courtney[12]; 3. 73J-Jadon Rogers[3]; 4. 2P-Chase Porter[4]; 5. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[6]; 6. 27H-Brandon Shaw[5]; 7. 14Z-Junior Ankiewicz[1]; 8. 52L-Cameron La Rose[8]; 9. 44E-Eric Ankiewicz[11]; 10. 99D-Bryant Dawson[7]; 11. 7T-Derrick Mcgrew Jr[9]; 12. 40B-Dylan Beal[10]; 13. (DNS) 1V-Johnny Boland; 14. (DNS) 35G-Gaige Weldon

Race 227 - C3 (10 Laps): 1. 71M-Gavin Miller[2]; 2. 2J-Joshua Shipley[4]; 3. 5-Bradley Huish[1]; 4. 4-Garrett Twitty[5]; 5. 77A-Preston Norbury[7]; 6. 40F-Devin Feger[13]; 7. B2-Carson Bolden[3]; 8. 48X-Dylan Hull[12]; 9. 18K-Brayden Kongdara[10]; 10. 52B-Brianna Lawson[14]; 11. 47H-Hunter Wise[6]; 12. 94S-Sophie Frazier[9]; 13. 2N-Dawson Nunnenkamp[11]; 14. 44-Samuel Holt[8]

Race 228 - C4 (10 Laps): 1. 21G-Garth Kasiner[1]; 2. 12C-Chase Spicola[3]; 3. 56-Jace Park[12]; 4. 20Q-Brecken Reese[7]; 5. 5X-Reece Shelton[9]; 6. 78B-Brody Wake[8]; 7. 68-Paul Day[5]; 8. 57K-Kyle Chady[10]; 9. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[13]; 10. 07-Allard Rains III[6]; 11. 2K-Todd Kirkman[14]; 12. 22M-Sammy McNabb[4]; 13. 29A-Austin Stone[2]; 14. 1C-Connor Lee[11]

Race 229 - C5 (10 Laps): 1. 10T-Talin Turner[1]; 2. 7F-Ryan Frantz[2]; 3. 08$-Trey Gropp[6]; 4. 71-Jaxton Wiggs[4]; 5. 17S-Baron Silva[8]; 6. 88C-Dominic Carter[9]; 7. 3Z-Trey Zorn[14]; 8. 13S-Greg Stevens[12]; 9. 4J-Ayden Hare[7]; 10. 78G-Justin Giddings[11]; 11. 9H-Kaden Holm[10]; 12. 41J-Caden Kvapil[3]; 13. 25B-Chevy Boyer[5]; 14. 72-Jesse Maurer[13]

Race 230 - C6 (10 Laps): 1. 36C-Kris Carroll[1]; 2. 83V-Tim Vaught[4]; 3. 44T-Austin Taborski[5]; 4. 16F-Matthew Francis[2]; 5. 8B-Mickey Bullock[8]; 6. Z78-Zach Drummond[7]; 7. 7H-Skylar Hunter[9]; 8. 9X-Casey Bauman[10]; 9. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[11]; 10. 33-Hayden Holt[14]; 11. 40S-Shain Kaiser[13]; 12. 10K-Koda Oller[12]; 13. 110-Karter Battarbee[6]; 14. 22R-Gage Laney[3]

Race 231 - C7 (10 Laps): 1. 21T-Dylan Kadous[1]; 2. 5L-Derek Hagar[2]; 3. 3C-Cole Roberts[5]; 4. 14H-Harley Hollan[6]; 5. 35S-Aubrey Smith[11]; 6. 1M-Mason Hannagan[7]; 7. 938-Bradley Fezard[9]; 8. 5A-Ava Gropp[8]; 9. 88P-Tony Penick[3]; 10. 20T-Ricky Thornton Jr[13]; 11. 126-Autumn Criste[12]; 12. 01J-Kory Lira[14]; 13. 1E-Eric Braundmeier[4]; 14. 14B-Ethan Burdett[10]

Race 232 - C8 (10 Laps): 1. 24G-Greyson Springer[3]; 2. 12F-Dawson Faria[2]; 3. 77R-Robbie Smith[6]; 4. 82-Austin Saunders[1]; 5. 17R-Molly Day[4]; 6. 55C-Trevor Cline[7]; 7. 57P-Peter Walker[5]; 8. 10-Patrick Lundy[10]; 9. 29M-Dylan Menditto[14]; 10. 95-Paige Moss[12]; 11. 1K-Kortland Stephens[13]; 12. 74N-Natalie Doney[8]; 13. 6B-Blake Parmley[9]; 14. 5E-Bobby Elliott[11]

Qualifiers (Top 16 in combined passing points from Heats & Qualifiers advance to Saturday night's A Main)

Race 285 - Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 94-Craig Ronk[4]; 2. 23C-Josh Castro[1]; 3. 08G-Cannon McIntosh[5]; 4. 12-Frank Galusha[2]; 5. 8G-Tyler Smith[9]; 6. 29T-Tanner Thorson[8]; 7. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[7]; 8. 24S-Colby Sokol[6]; 9. 10J-Dominic Gorden[3]; 10. 28C-Chelby Hinton[13]; 11. 95A-Eli Adams[11]; 12. 3-Cole Schroeder[12]; 13. 71P-Chuck Gurney Jr[10]; 14. 8H-Matthew Howard[14]

Race 286 - Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[2]; 2. 41H-Colton Hardy[1]; 3. 97-Scotty Milan[3]; 4. 47B-Emerson Axsom[4]; 5. 51B-Joe B Miller[6]; 6. R7-Kyle Spence[5]; 7. 10S-Logan Seavey[7]; 8. 20S-Steven Curbow[11]; 9. 144-Damon Paul[8]; 10. 29K-Levi Kuntz[12]; 11. 23-Alec Quiggle[9]; 12. 5K-Gavan Boschele[13]; 13. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[14]; 14. 26S-Jonathan Shafer[10]

Race 287 - Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 81-Frank Flud[1]; 2. 21K-Thomas Kunsman[4]; 3. 14J-Jade Avedisian[2]; 4. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[7]; 5. 14L-Kurt Westerfield[3]; 6. 13-Mitchel Moles[8]; 7. 121-Caeden Steele[9]; 8. 2V-DJ Vanderley[5]; 9. 242-Izaak Sharp[13]; 10. 17M-Johnny Mordock[6]; 11. 11K-Kaylee Bryson[11]; 12. 48-Hunter Kohn[12]; 13. 78-Ethan Ayars[10]; 14. (DNS) 11T-Tom Curran

Race 288 - Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 9S-Kevin Bayer[1]; 2. 12X-Cody Christensen[2]; 3. 02-Ashton Torgerson[6]; 4. 20R-Alex Bright[5]; 5. 21X-Christopher Bell[3]; 6. 49-Max Mittry[10]; 7. 21N-Steven Snyder Jr[9]; 8. 22X-Daniel Robinson[7]; 9. 12P-Quinn Roberts[11]; 10. 38J-Jackson Frisbie[13]; 11. 9-Keith McIntyre Jr[14]; 12. 10R-Rylee Whitehouse[12]; 13. 75X-James Morris[4]; 14. 131-Dusty Young[8]

Race 289 - Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 48T-Tanner Holm[1]; 2. 11-Laydon Pearson[3]; 3. 6W-Colin White[2]; 4. 05R-Brandon Riveira[4]; 5. 1-Brenham Crouch[8]; 6. 3M-Collin Mitchell[11]; 7. 67J-JJ Loss[7]; 8. 7L-Logan Trevino[13]; 9. 15-Cody Key[14]; 10. 10X-Kole Kirkman[9]; 11. 39-Russ Disinger[6]; 12. 66-Broedy Graham[12]; 13. 15C-Blake Clouser[10]; 14. 38-Karson Battarbee[5]

Race 290 - Qualifier 6 (10 Laps): 1. 2B-Jonathan Beason[2]; 2. 24-KJ Snow[3]; 3. 88R-Ryder Laplante[4]; 4. 2G-Garrett Benson[1]; 5. 65-Michael Faccinto[5]; 6. 51-Kyle Busch[7]; 7. 5T-Ryan Timms[11]; 8. 14K-Noah Key[8]; 9. 14R-Jake Nail[12]; 10. 10B-Brock Berreth[13]; 11. 21S-Jimmy Staton[9]; 12. 74C-Sheldon Creed[10]; 13. 10H-Thomas Hassler[14]; 14. 16T-Brittany Trogdon[6]

Race 291 - Qualifier 7 (10 Laps): 1. 87C-Chase Randall[2]; 2. 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[5]; 3. 7-Nick Skias[3]; 4. 21J-Kameron Key[7]; 5. 2F-Jadyn Friesen[1]; 6. 88-Austin Torgerson[12]; 7. 2-Travis Sullivan[4]; 8. 11J-Cameron Paul[13]; 9. 5G-Heath Hehnley[10]; 10. 3D-Caleb Debem[6]; 11. 98-James Roselli[8]; 12. 27L-Nate Lauderbaugh[11]; 13. 14E-Mariah Ede[14]; 14. 69X-Devin Crawley[9]

Race 292 - Qualifier 8 (10 Laps): 1. 5S-Gunnar Setser[3]; 2. 25J-Delaney Jost[1]; 3. 14X-Braxston Wilson[4]; 4. 93-Matthew Riggs Carr[6]; 5. 21L-Brady Bacon[8]; 6. 1F-Jason Friesen[2]; 7. 18H-Nicholas Howard[7]; 8. 88J-Joey Amantea[9]; 9. 20-James Andrichuk[10]; 10. 157-Camren Sorrels[13]; 11. 15D-Mason Daugherty[14]; 12. 7N-Darin Naida[11]; 13. 117-James Scott[12]; 14. 51F-Gary Taylor[5]

B-Features (Top 2 advance to the LCQ)

Race 333 - B1 (12 Laps): 1. 97-Scotty Milan[1]; 2. 10S-Logan Seavey[6]; 3. R7-Kyle Spence[5]; 4. 74-Xavier Doney[13]; 5. 1-Brenham Crouch[3]; 6. 2V-DJ Vanderley[7]; 7. 66-Broedy Graham[11]; 8. 144-Damon Paul[8]; 9. 25J-Delaney Jost[2]; 10. 49-Max Mittry[4]; 11. 9-Keith McIntyre Jr[9]; 12. 98-James Roselli[10]; 13. 16T-Brittany Trogdon[12]; 14. 72A-Alex Karpowicz[14]

Race 334 - B2 (12 Laps): 1. 02-Ashton Torgerson[1]; 2. 6W-Colin White[2]; 3. 65-Michael Faccinto[4]; 4. 14L-Kurt Westerfield[3]; 5. 67J-JJ Loss[5]; 6. 38-Karson Battarbee[10]; 7. 4X-Tyler Courtney[12]; 8. 15D-Mason Daugherty[7]; 9. 38J-Jackson Frisbie[6]; 10. 15N-Neal Allison[11]; 11. 5K-Gavan Boschele[8]; 12. 71P-Chuck Gurney Jr[9]; 13. (DNS) 1F-Jason Friesen; 14. (DNS) 22X-Daniel Robinson

Race 335 - B3 (12 Laps): 1. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[2]; 2. 21X-Christopher Bell[3]; 3. 18H-Nicholas Howard[6]; 4. 08G-Cannon McIntosh[1]; 5. 121-Caeden Steele[5]; 6. 39-Russ Disinger[9]; 7. 10B-Brock Berreth[8]; 8. 71M-Gavin Miller[13]; 9. 74C-Sheldon Creed[10]; 10. 51F-Gary Taylor[12]; 11. 2J-Joshua Shipley[14]; 12. 78-Ethan Ayars[11]; 13. 14K-Noah Key[7]; 14. 2-Travis Sullivan[4]

Race 336 - B4 (12 Laps): 1. 05R-Brandon Riveira[1]; 2. 21L-Brady Bacon[3]; 3. 21J-Kameron Key[2]; 4. 21N-Steven Snyder Jr[5]; 5. 14R-Jake Nail[7]; 6. 29T-Tanner Thorson[4]; 7. 10J-Dominic Gorden[6]; 8. 95A-Eli Adams[9]; 9. 157-Camren Sorrels[8]; 10. 15C-Blake Clouser[11]; 11. 3-Cole Schroeder[10]; 12. 12C-Chase Spicola[14]; 13. 21G-Garth Kasiner[13]; 14. 26S-Jonathan Shafer[12]

Race 337 - B5 (12 Laps): 1. 13-Mitchel Moles[4]; 2. 15-Cody Key[6]; 3. 88-Austin Torgerson[3]; 4. 93-Matthew Riggs Carr[2]; 5. 7-Nick Skias[1]; 6. 7L-Logan Trevino[5]; 7. 29K-Levi Kuntz[8]; 8. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[11]; 9. 11K-Kaylee Bryson[9]; 10. 48-Hunter Kohn[10]; 11. 12P-Quinn Roberts[7]; 12. 10T-Talin Turner[13]; 13. 7F-Ryan Frantz[14]; 14. 69X-Devin Crawley[12]

Race 338 - B6 (12 Laps): 1. 12-Frank Galusha[2]; 2. 23C-Josh Castro[1]; 3. 3M-Collin Mitchell[3]; 4. 5G-Heath Hehnley[6]; 5. 27L-Nate Lauderbaugh[8]; 6. 75X-James Morris[7]; 7. 11J-Cameron Paul[5]; 8. 83V-Tim Vaught[10]; 9. 2F-Jadyn Friesen[4]; 10. 131-Dusty Young[9]; 11. (DNS) 36C-Kris Carroll; 12. (DNS) 10H-Thomas Hassler; 13. (DNS) 88J-Joey Amantea; 14. (DNS) 17M-Johnny Mordock

Race 339 - B7 (12 Laps): 1. 8G-Tyler Smith[2]; 2. 41H-Colton Hardy[1]; 3. 5T-Ryan Timms[4]; 4. 2G-Garrett Benson[3]; 5. 24S-Colby Sokol[6]; 6. 20S-Steven Curbow[5]; 7. 7N-Darin Naida[10]; 8. 3D-Caleb Debem[8]; 9. 23-Alec Quiggle[9]; 10. 8H-Matthew Howard[12]; 11. 14E-Mariah Ede[11]; 12. 20-James Andrichuk[7]; 13. 21T-Dylan Kadous[13]; 14. 5L-Derek Hagar[14]

Race 340 - B8 (12 Laps): 1. 20R-Alex Bright[2]; 2. 51B-Joe B Miller[3]; 3. 14J-Jade Avedisian[1]; 4. 51-Kyle Busch[4]; 5. 242-Izaak Sharp[6]; 6. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[5]; 7. 10X-Kole Kirkman[8]; 8. 12F-Dawson Faria[14]; 9. 24G-Greyson Springer[13]; 10. 28C-Chelby Hinton[7]; 11. 21S-Jimmy Staton[9]; 12. 10R-Rylee Whitehouse[10]; 13. 117-James Scott[11]; 14. 11T-Tom Curran[12]

LCQ (Top 8 advance to the A-Feature)

Race 353 - LCQ (12 Laps): 1. 02-Ashton Torgerson[2]; 2. 97-Scotty Milan[1]; 3. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[4]; 4. 20R-Alex Bright[7]; 5. 05R-Brandon Riveira[3]; 6. 8G-Tyler Smith[6]; 7. 51B-Joe B Miller[14]; 8. 13-Mitchel Moles[8]; 9. 21X-Christopher Bell[12]; 10. 15-Cody Key[16]; 11. 6W-Colin White[11]; 12. 10S-Logan Seavey[15]; 13. 41H-Colton Hardy[10]; 14. 23C-Josh Castro[9]; 15. 12-Frank Galusha[5]; 16. 21L-Brady Bacon[13]

A-Feature

Race 359 - A Main (55 Laps): 1. 94-Craig Ronk[1]; 2. 21K-Thomas Kunsman[2]; 3. 2B-Jonathan Beason[5]; 4. 24-KJ Snow[8]; 5. 5S-Gunnar Setser[3]; 6. 11-Laydon Pearson[7]; 7. 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[9]; 8. 47B-Emerson Axsom[16]; 9. 12X-Cody Christensen[15]; 10. 97-Scotty Milan[18]; 11. 48T-Tanner Holm[14]; 12. 9S-Kevin Bayer[13]; 13. 02-Ashton Torgerson[17]; 14. 8G-Tyler Smith[22]; 15. 20R-Alex Bright[20]; 16. 05R-Brandon Riveira[21]; 17. 87C-Chase Randall[6]; 18. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 19. 13-Mitchel Moles[24]; 20. 14X-Braxston Wilson[11]; 21. 81-Frank Flud[12]; 22. 88R-Ryder Laplante[10]; 23. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[19]; 24. 51B-Joe B Miller[23]

 

 

Jeffrey Newell Earns First Golden Driller In Wild Non-Wing Outlaw Feature

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (January 1, 2022) A wild series of events over 30 laps, Tulsa’s Jeffery Newell captured his first career victory at the 37th annual Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout in the Non-Wing Outlaw A-Feature.

Leading the opening nine laps, Blake Hahn rolled the cushion to the lead on Lap 10. Jonathan Beason in tow to second on Lap 13, the two began battling for the top spot with Beason taking it on Lap 17. To the curb in the third and fourth turns, it bit and sent the No. 2b sidewise, collecting Hahn who was forced to a stop.

Retaking the lead from Beason on the restart, Newell stayed committed to the bottom of the Tulsa Expo Raceway.

Pounding the cushion from sixth, Emerson Axsom worked past Shawn Mahaffey on Lap 26 for second. Building momentum on the final lap, Axsom shot off the top of the fourth turn, only to find Newell’s right rear as the two hit the finish line separated by 0.052-seconds. Flipping wildly into the first turn, Emerson was unharmed.

Shawn Mahaffey crossed third with Thomas Kunsman charging from 17th to fourth. Gavin Miller completed the top five

The Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout takes place at the Tulsa Expo Raceway, located inside the SageNet Center in Tulsa, Okla. More information on the event will be released as the event draws closer. All official rules, event information, and dates are online at http://www.tulsashootout.com. Fans can also follow the Tulsa Shootout at https://www.facebook.com/TulsaShootout and on Twitter (@TulsaShootout).

Race Results:

37th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout Tulsa Expo Raceway (Tulsa, Okla.) Saturday, January 1, 2022

Non-Wing Outlaw

Top 112 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 8 Qualifying Races

Race 1 (8 Laps): 1. 20T-Ricky Thornton Jr[1]; 2. 14N-Grant Sexton[3]; 3. 08-Santino Ferrucci[4]; 4. 12J-Jeffrey Newell[10]; 5. 57K-Kyle Chady[8]; 6. 91J-Jaxon Brenning[5]; 7. 08G-Stefan Sidur[7]; 8. 78-Ethan Ayars[6]; 9. 2P-Chase Porter[9]; 10. 4D-Brent Shoemaker[2]

Race 2 (8 Laps): 1. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[1]; 2. 71T-Tim Buckwalter[4]; 3. 72-Jesse Maurer[2]; 4. 5G-Heath Hehnley[7]; 5. 14R-Jake Nail[10]; 6. 7N-Darin Naida[6]; 7. 44T-Austin Taborski[8]; 8. 14B-Ethan Burdett[5]; 9. 16-Randy Sims[9]; 10. 15D-Dylan Schaadt[3]

Race 3 (8 Laps): 1. 8G-Tyler Smith[3]; 2. 78J-Joe Askew[1]; 3. 120-Bobby Bazan[2]; 4. 14-Blake Battles[7]; 5. 59T-Richie Harvey[6]; 6. 19-Sam Johnson[9]; 7. 88P-Tony Penick[10]; 8. Z78-Zach Drummond[5]; 9. 67-Randy Wagnon Jr[8]; 10. A51-Jason Trosper[4]

Race 4 (8 Laps): 1. 97-Scotty Milan[2]; 2. 8P-Caleb Pence[4]; 3. 24S-Colby Sokol[6]; 4. 5X-Reece Shelton[8]; 5. 75X-James Morris[10]; 6. R7-Kyle Spence[9]; 7. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[1]; 8. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[3]; 9. 68-Landon Ellis[5]; 10. 4-Garrett Twitty[7]

Race 5 (8 Laps): 1. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[1]; 2. 57T-Chase Cabre[2]; 3. 1-Brenham Crouch[4]; 4. 05R-Brandon Riveira[7]; 5. 3A-Drake Edwards[5]; 6. 25-Maverick Elkins[8]; 7. 54X-David Taft[6]; 8. 43E-Eddie Hamblen[10]; 9. 21G-Garth Kasiner[3]; 10. 77A-Preston Norbury[9]

Race 6 (8 Laps): 1. 39-Russ Disinger[3]; 2. 51K-Caleb Martin[5]; 3. 10H-Thomas Hassler[4]; 4. 1W-Weston Gorham[10]; 5. 51G-Grant Schaadt[8]; 6. 12B-Brandon Boggs[9]; 7. 22M-Sammy McNabb[2]; 8. 21W-Will Perdue[6]; 9. 126-Autumn Criste[1]; 10. 29L-Jase Randolph[7]

Race 7 (8 Laps): 1. 11J-Cameron Paul[3]; 2. 2L-Austin Lambert[7]; 3. 6B-Blake Parmley[2]; 4. 19J-Justin Robison[6]; 5. 40G-Jason Gariss[4]; 6. 29W-Mike Walling[5]; 7. 74N-Natalie Doney[10]; 8. 35G-Gaige Weldon[9]; 9. 60-Robert Lee[8]; 10. 1X-Brady Ross[1]

Race 8 (8 Laps): 1. 67J-JJ Loss[1]; 2. 20R-Alex Bright[9]; 3. 2F-Jadyn Friesen[6]; 4. 14E-Mariah Ede[4]; 5. 8R-Ryker Pace[5]; 6. 17J-Jacob Johnston[2]; 7. 9A-Austin Lewis[3]; 8. 61-Chris Parmley[8]; 9. 97X-Damian Norbury[10]; 10. 95A-Eli Adams[7]

Race 9 (8 Laps): 1. 5E-Bobby Elliott[2]; 2. 99X-Chris Russell[1]; 3. 57-Jacob Lucas[7]; 4. 5-Bradley Huish[4]; 5. 7L-Logan Trevino[3]; 6. 20S-Shon Deskins[8]; 7. 130-Jacob Barton[10]; 8. 144-Damon Paul[9]; 9. 7V-Logan Reynolds[6]; 10. 48-Hunter Kohn[5]

Race 10 (8 Laps): 1. 21K-Thomas Kunsman[3]; 2. 29X-Mason Daugherty[4]; 3. 2N-Dawson Nunnenkamp[1]; 4. 7S-Kaden Smith[7]; 5. 9K-Eddie Ramsey[6]; 6. 49-Max Mittry[8]; 7. 9L-Laramie Freeny[10]; 8. 47-Austin Helt[9]; 9. 55-Allen Saine[2]; 10. 33X-Evan Harvey[5]

Race 11 (8 Laps): 1. 11C-Darren Brown[1]; 2. 7B-Aidan Borden[5]; 3. 27M-Jace McIntosh[8]; 4. 82-Austin Saunders[10]; 5. 29-Blake Scott[2]; 6. 13M-Brett Moffitt[4]; 7. 75-Blayne Buntin[6]; 8. 73J-Jadon Rogers[7]; 9. 3X-Cole Roberts[9]; 10. 9M-Matt Moore[3]

Race 12 (8 Laps): 1. 02-Ashton Torgerson[5]; 2. 12V-Cole Bodine[6]; 3. 3M-Collin Mitchell[8]; 4. 7H-Skylar Hunter[4]; 5. 27H-Brandon Shaw[9]; 6. 44E-Eric Ankiewicz[3]; 7. 85J-Logan Julien[10]; 8. 09-Justin Patocka[7]; 9. 9X-Casey Bauman[1]; 10. 8B-Mickey Bullock[2]

Race 13 (8 Laps): 1. 1V-Johnny Boland[2]; 2. 9B-Brad Sutton[1]; 3. 93-Matthew Riggs Carr[6]; 4. 22-Curtis Jones[4]; 5. 1F-Jason Friesen[8]; 6. 18T-John Ferry III[5]; 7. 31W-Tanner Berryhill[3]; 8. 117-James Scott[9]; 9. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[10]; 10. 38-Karson Battarbee[7]

Race 14 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[10]; 2. 51B-Joe B Miller[8]; 3. 10K-Koda Oller[3]; 4. Z17-Michael Nolf[5]; 5. 47H-Hunter Wise[9]; 6. 72A-Alex Karpowicz[2]; 7. 23C-Josh Castro[7]; 8. 21T-Dylan Kadous[6]; 9. 25J-Delaney Jost[4]; 10. 17L-Lonnie Fraley[1]

Race 15 (8 Laps): 1. 11X-Brent Crews[3]; 2. 23-Alec Quiggle[5]; 3. 74C-Sheldon Creed[2]; 4. 22X-Daniel Robinson[8]; 5. 24T-Glenn James Bratti II[6]; 6. 17M-Johnny Mordock[10]; 7. 38J-Jackson Frisbie[4]; 8. 16C-Cody Parmley[1]; 9. 8H-Matthew Howard[7]; 10. 2V-DJ Vanderley[9]

Race 16 (8 Laps): 1. 36J-Kyle Jones[9]; 2. 121-Caeden Steele[5]; 3. 52L-Cameron La Rose[7]; 4. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[1]; 5. U2-Ryan Cotney[8]; 6. 2M-Gray Leadbetter[4]; 7. 15E-Matt Ebarb[10]; 8. 3L-Jack Lobin[3]; 9. 95-Paige Moss[6]; 10. 58-Carl Lebo[2]

Race 17 (8 Laps): 1. 14H-Michael Faccinto[4]; 2. 4N-Ryan Winter[2]; 3. 21L-Brady Bacon[5]; 4. 16S-Seth Shebester[10]; 5. 52B-Brianna Lawson[1]; 6. 11K-Kayla Martin[6]; 7. 18J-Steve Finn[3]; 8. 28G-Garrett Bias[9]; 9. 19G-Bubba Gatewood[8]; 10. 44-Kashton Denton[7]

Race 18 (8 Laps): 1. 51-Kyle Busch[8]; 2. 38K-Kyle Gray[1]; 3. 24G-Greyson Springer[4]; 4. 17-Quinton Benson[3]; 5. 23K-Jordan Kluver[2]; 6. 19E-Billy Lawless[5]; 7. 69-Robert Burnett[6]; 8. 54-Lee Land[9]; 9. 35-Logan Calderwood[7]; 10. 22T-Robert Turner[10]

Race 19 (8 Laps): 1. 11S-Shawn Mahaffey[6]; 2. 36-Kevin Reed[3]; 3. 3T-Trevor McIntire[4]; 4. 25B-Chevy Boyer[5]; 5. 51X-Joshua Huish[7]; 6. 51C-David Conley Jr[9]; 7. 13R-Norman Harley Rose[1]; 8. 66J-Holden Jennings[2]; 9. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[10]; 10. 25A-Anton Hernandez[8]

Race 20 (8 Laps): 1. 26S-Jonathan Shafer[3]; 2. 07-Allard Rains III[1]; 3. 2-Travis Sullivan[2]; 4. 74-Xavier Doney[4]; 5. 1C-Connor Lee[7]; 6. 86C-Kyle Thompson[6]; 7. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[5]; 8. 99D-Bryant Dawson[9]; 9. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[8]; 10. 76J-Jarrett Hatch[10]

Race 21 (8 Laps): 1. 15C-Blake Clouser[2]; 2. 9H-Kaden Holm[10]; 3. 2W-Austin Wood[4]; 4. 27-Jace Alvarez[1]; 5. 73-Jason McDougal[5]; 6. 131-Dusty Young[9]; 7. 98E-Ed Libonati[8]; 8. 172-Greg Reynolds[7]; 9. 44C-Cheyenne Potter[6]; 10. 48T-Tanner Holm[3]

Race 22 (8 Laps): 1. 3Z-Trey Zorn[3]; 2. 21J-Kameron Key[7]; 3. 570-Prestyn Brown[5]; 4. 35B-Dwayne Benson[4]; 5. 12T-Trey Robb[10]; 6. 88R-Ryder Laplante[9]; 7. 1E-Eric Braundmeier[6]; 8. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[1]; 9. 35R-Rachel Zabawa[8]; 10. 51F-Gary Taylor[2]

Race 23 (8 Laps): 1. 5L-Derek Hagar[3]; 2. 3E-Ethan Wicker[5]; 3. 10J-Dominic Gorden[7]; 4. 12H-Cole Hocker[1]; 5. 11M-Lawrence Mann Jr[2]; 6. 3-Cole Schroeder[9]; 7. 20D-Brennan Rogers[8]; 8. 1H-Bob Hentschel[10]; 9. 31-Chad Lobb[4]; 10. 17H-Robert Harbert[6]

Race 24 (8 Laps): 1. 6W-Colin White[3]; 2. 17B-Jack Hoyer[8]; 3. 32T-Trey Marcham[5]; 4. 101-Easton Lebo[2]; 5. 2G-Brandon Rose[10]; 6. 10-Patrick Lundy[1]; 7. 15B-Brock Cottrell[4]; 8. 1Z-Hailie Deegan[6]; 9. 21H-Dustin Hamelmann[7]; 10. 1M-Mason Hannagan[9]

Race 25 (8 Laps): 1. 157-Camren Sorrels[3]; 2. 5T-Ryan Timms[7]; 3. 11L-Laydon Pearson[5]; 4. 20-James Andrichuk[1]; 5. 41B-Cody Bryson[6]; 6. 28P-Bradley Fezard[4]; 7. 87-Laine Hite[10]; 8. 34-KJ Snow[8]; 9. 42-Eric Jennings[9]; 10. (DQ) 82H-Hunter Pruitt[2]

Race 26 (8 Laps): 1. 2B-Jonathan Beason[3]; 2. 87C-Chase Randall[2]; 3. 29A-Austin Stone[1]; 4. 5J-Austin Hawkins[4]; 5. 22C-John Campbell[5]; 6. 17P-Seth Pugh[8]; 7. 33W-Rece Wommack[6]; 8. 77-Ryan Sullivan[9]; 9. 36E-Blake Edwards[10]; 10. 1K-Kortland Stephens[7]

Race 27 (8 Laps): 1. 47B-Emerson Axsom[4]; 2. 71K-Christopher Bell[3]; 3. 3B-Stone Sharpe[7]; 4. 5K-Gavan Boschele[6]; 5. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[9]; 6. 188-Blake Moeller[8]; 7. 7T-Derrick Mcgrew Jr[2]; 8. 17T-Kole Kirkman[10]; 9. 10D-Devon Debrick[5]; 10. 14T-Tony Morris[1]

Race 28 (8 Laps): 1. 14C-Chelby Hinton[4]; 2. 88J-Joey Amantea[8]; 3. 2K-Todd Kirkman[6]; 4. 99E-Eastin Ashbrooke[2]; 5. 4B-Brandt Twitty[7]; 6. 300-Darren Cole[9]; 7. 30-John Crowder[10]; 8. 40B-Dylan Beal[3]; 9. 28-Mark Morin[1]; 10. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[5]

Race 29 (8 Laps): 1. 20Q-Brecken Reese[3]; 2. 23L-Tyler LaPointe[1]; 3. 10S-Logan Seavey[8]; 4. 7F-Ryan Frantz[4]; 5. 7-Nick Skias[5]; 6. 41J-Caden Kvapil[7]; 7. 59-Brody Mclaughlin[9]; 8. 3W-Kirk Berkley[6]; 9. 57P-Peter Walker[10]; 10. 1S-Ryan Carter[2]

Race 30 (8 Laps): 1. 110-Karter Battarbee[4]; 2. 71M-Gavin Miller[7]; 3. 16F-Matthew Francis[3]; 4. 4J-Ayden Hare[1]; 5. 93R-Raleigh Shepherd[5]; 6. 08$-Trey Gropp[9]; 7. 41H-Colton Hardy[6]; 8. 24-Jade Avedisian[8]; 9. 40F-Devin Feger[2]; 10. 14W-Dacin Roberson[10]

Race 31 (8 Laps): 1. 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[2]; 2. 77R-Robbie Smith[4]; 3. 50-Jacob Severn[3]; 4. 29T-Tanner Thorson[1]; 5. 83V-Tim Vaught[5]; 6. 321-Chad Winfrey[9]; 7. 35S-Aubrey Smith[6]; 8. 17R-Molly Day[8]; 9. 21C-Chase Howard[7]; 10. (DNS) 3H-Will Scribner

Race 32 (8 Laps): 1. 88C-Dominic Carter[1]; 2. 17S-Baron Silva[5]; 3. 21A-Caleb Stelzig[4]; 4. 10B-Brock Berreth[7]; 5. 48S-William Schleicher[10]; 6. 98-James Roselli[8]; 7. 5A-Ava Gropp[2]; 8. 08K-Cannon McIntosh[3]; 9. 628-Jacob Ruppe[6]; 10. 5M-Kevin Morris[9]

Race 33 (8 Laps): 1. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[5]; 2. 4X-Tyler Courtney[2]; 3. 11T-Tom Curran[9]; 4. 122-Lane Warner[6]; 5. 8-Josh Marcham[10]; 6. 111-Mark Reynolds[1]; 7. 12-Jason Tyer[7]; 8. 9-Keith McIntyre Jr[3]; 9. 29C-Connor Borah[8]; 10. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[4]

Race 34 (8 Laps): 1. 3K-Kris Carroll[3]; 2. 01-Weldon Buford[6]; 3. 88-Austin Torgerson[1]; 4. 3J-Jimmy Leal[9]; 5. 79-Ron Dennis[7]; 6. 33T-Ty Nevins[10]; 7. 27K-Kyle Keeler[4]; 8. 2E-Jake Galusha[8]; 9. 007-Cody Carter[5]; 10. 1T-Taylor Whitefield[2]

Race 35 (8 Laps): 1. 12F-Dawson Faria[2]; 2. 66-Broedy Graham[1]; 3. 41-Logan Rumsey[10]; 4. 75K-Kale Drake[5]; 5. 41T-Tanner Dunlap[3]; 6. 55C-Trevor Cline[8]; 7. 14A-Braden Chiaramonte[7]; 8. 12P-Quinn Roberts[9]; 9. 37-Wade Olmsted[4]; 10. 01J-Kory Lira[6]

Race 36 (8 Laps): 1. 17D-Dave Nicholson[2]; 2. 14Z-Junior Ankiewicz[1]; 3. 21S-Steven Snyder Jr[6]; 4. 13S-Danny Buccafusca[4]; 5. 7K-Mason Keefer[8]; 6. 99M-Mason Seubert[3]; 7. 56-Jace Park[9]; 8. 71P-Chuck Gurney Jr[7]; 9. 9E-Kinzer Edwards[10]; 10. 41S-Joseph Plunkett[5]

Race 37 (8 Laps): 1. 13-Mitchel Moles[1]; 2. 15N-Neal Allison[3]; 3. 81-Frank Flud[5]; 4. 5S-Gunnar Setser[6]; 5. 4H-Spencer Hill[8]; 6. 297-Dillon Berglan[4]; 7. 17Q-Quinn Jones[9]; 8. 87K-Kelvin Lewis[2]; 9. 10P-Brian Potter[7]; 10. 5R-Gage Robertson[10]

Race 38 (8 Laps): 1. 3D-Caleb Debem[1]; 2. 48X-Dylan Hull Del[2]; 3. 77E-Cole Esgar[5]; 4. 47K-Cory Kelley[8]; 5. 5P-Austin Shores[3]; 6. 20B-Chase Bolf[6]; 7. 2X-Joshua Spatola[7]; 8. 33B-Cody Barnes[9]; 9. 12C-Chase Spicola[10]; 10. 2J-Joshua Shipley[4]

Race 39 (8 Laps): 1. 40-Camden Winter[2]; 2. 2H-Emilio Hoover[1]; 3. 51P-Paul Hendrix[4]; 4. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[5]; 5. 83W-Brant Woods[7]; 6. 73C-Carsen Perkins[6]; 7. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[8]; 8. 33K-Jack Kassik[9]; 9. 21-Tanner Johnson[3]

E-Features (Top 2 to corresponding D-Feature)

Race 173 - E1 (8 Laps): 1. 3X-Cole Roberts[2]; 2. 21W-Will Perdue[1]; 3. 35-Logan Calderwood[4]; 4. 48T-Tanner Holm[8]; 5. 21-Tanner Johnson[7]; 6. 44-Kashton Denton[6]; 7. 33X-Evan Harvey[9]; 8. 44C-Cheyenne Potter[5]; 9. 60-Robert Lee[3]; 10. (DNS) 25J-Delaney Jost; 11. (DNS) 1X-Brady Ross

Race 174 - E2 (8 Laps): 1. 21T-Dylan Kadous[1]; 2. 25A-Anton Hernandez[7]; 3. 42-Eric Jennings[2]; 4. 628-Jacob Ruppe[5]; 5. 17L-Lonnie Fraley[10]; 6. 1K-Kortland Stephens[8]; 7. 31-Chad Lobb[6]; 8. 21H-Dustin Hamelmann[4]; 9. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[9]; 10. 19G-Bubba Gatewood[3]; 11. (DNS) 4D-Brent Shoemaker

Race 175 - E3 (8 Laps): 1. 1Z-Hailie Deegan[1]; 2. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[2]; 3. 68-Landon Ellis[5]; 4. 21C-Chase Howard[4]; 5. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[3]; 6. 126-Autumn Criste[8]; 7. 8B-Mickey Bullock[10]; 8. 37-Wade Olmsted[6]; 9. 41S-Joseph Plunkett[9]; 10. 14T-Tony Morris[11]; 11. 55-Allen Saine[7]

Race 176 - E4 (8 Laps): 1. 77A-Preston Norbury[4]; 2. 35R-Rachel Zabawa[2]; 3. 10D-Devon Debrick[3]; 4. 9X-Casey Bauman[6]; 5. 3L-Jack Lobin[1]; 6. 40F-Devin Feger[5]; 7. 76J-Jarrett Hatch[8]; 8. A51-Jason Trosper[7]; 9. (DNS) 3W-Kirk Berkley; 10. (DNS) 10P-Brian Potter; 11. (DNS) 58-Carl Lebo

Race 177 - E5 (8 Laps): 1. 14B-Ethan Burdett[1]; 2. 16C-Cody Parmley[4]; 3. 40B-Dylan Beal[2]; 4. 2V-DJ Vanderley[6]; 5. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[8]; 6. 3H-Will Scribner[9]; 7. 29C-Connor Borah[3]; 8. 28-Mark Morin[7]; 9. 007-Cody Carter[5]; 10. (DNS) 51F-Gary Taylor; 11. (DNS) 4-Garrett Twitty

Race 178 - E6 (8 Laps): 1. 1M-Mason Hannagan[4]; 2. 29L-Jase Randolph[5]; 3. 66J-Holden Jennings[2]; 4. 17H-Robert Harbert[6]; 5. Z78-Zach Drummond[1]; 6. 22T-Robert Turner[3]; 7. 2J-Joshua Shipley[7]; 8. (DNS) 08K-Cannon McIntosh; 9. (DNS) 55U-Chance Ullstrom; 10. (DNS) 82H-Hunter Pruitt

Race 179 - E7 (8 Laps): 1. 2P-Chase Porter[1]; 2. 15D-Dylan Schaadt[5]; 3. 87K-Kelvin Lewis[2]; 4. 7V-Logan Reynolds[3]; 5. 1S-Ryan Carter[6]; 6. 95A-Eli Adams[4]; 7. (DNS) 01J-Kory Lira; 8. (DNS) 9-Keith McIntyre Jr; 9. (DNS) 14W-Dacin Roberson; 10. (DNS) 5M-Kevin Morris

Race 180 - E8 (8 Laps): 1. 8H-Matthew Howard[3]; 2. 48-Hunter Kohn[5]; 3. 95-Paige Moss[4]; 4. 16-Randy Sims[1]; 5. 67-Randy Wagnon Jr[2]; 6. (DNS) 5R-Gage Robertson; 7. (DNS) 21G-Garth Kasiner; 8. (DNS) 38-Karson Battarbee; 9. (DNS) 9M-Matt Moore; 10. (DNS) 1T-Taylor Whitefield

D-Features (Top 2 to corresponding C-Feature)

Race 181 - D1 (10 Laps): 1. 7-Nick Skias[1]; 2. 7N-Darin Naida[3]; 3. 18T-John Ferry III[4]; 4. 3X-Cole Roberts[11]; 5. 7T-Derrick Mcgrew Jr[10]; 6. 111-Mark Reynolds[6]; 7. 5P-Austin Shores[2]; 8. 35G-Gaige Weldon[7]; 9. 31W-Tanner Berryhill[9]; 10. 2M-Gray Leadbetter[5]; 11. 12P-Quinn Roberts[8]; 12. 21W-Will Perdue[12]; 13. (DNS) 17J-Jacob Johnston; 14. (DNS) 26-Corbin Rueschenberg

Race 182 - D2 (10 Laps): 1. 28P-Bradley Fezard[5]; 2. 25A-Anton Hernandez[12]; 3. 144-Damon Paul[8]; 4. 93R-Raleigh Shepherd[1]; 5. 59-Brody Mclaughlin[2]; 6. 33B-Cody Barnes[9]; 7. 49-Max Mittry[3]; 8. 54X-David Taft[7]; 9. 18J-Steve Finn[10]; 10. 19E-Billy Lawless[4]; 11. 72A-Alex Karpowicz[6]; 12. 21T-Dylan Kadous[11]; 13. 13R-Norman Harley Rose[13]; 14. (DNS) 5A-Ava Gropp

Race 183 - D3 (10 Laps): 1. 56-Jace Park[2]; 2. 75-Blayne Buntin[7]; 3. 297-Dillon Berglan[5]; 4. 83V-Tim Vaught[1]; 5. 44T-Austin Taborski[4]; 6. 08G-Stefan Sidur[6]; 7. 11K-Kayla Martin[3]; 8. 61-Chris Parmley[8]; 9. 1Z-Hailie Deegan[11]; 10. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[10]; 11. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[12]; 12. 73J-Jadon Rogers[9]; 13. (DNS) 47-Austin Helt; 14. (DNS) 33K-Jack Kassik

Race 184 - D4 (10 Laps): 1. 17Q-Quinn Jones[2]; 2. 40G-Jason Gariss[1]; 3. 43E-Eddie Hamblen[5]; 4. 86C-Kyle Thompson[3]; 5. 9L-Laramie Freeny[4]; 6. 36E-Blake Edwards[10]; 7. 77A-Preston Norbury[11]; 8. 35R-Rachel Zabawa[12]; 9. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[8]; 10. 09-Justin Patocka[9]; 11. 69-Robert Burnett[7]; 12. 23C-Josh Castro[6]; 13. (DNS) 117-James Scott; 14. (DNS) 34-KJ Snow

Race 185 - D5 (10 Laps): 1. 24-Jade Avedisian[10]; 2. 9K-Eddie Ramsey[1]; 3. 29-Blake Scott[2]; 4. 1E-Eric Braundmeier[7]; 5. 98E-Ed Libonati[4]; 6. 1H-Bob Hentschel[5]; 7. 16C-Cody Parmley[13]; 8. 12-Jason Tyer[6]; 9. 57P-Peter Walker[12]; 10. 172-Greg Reynolds[9]; 11. 20B-Chase Bolf[3]; 12. 14B-Ethan Burdett[11]; 13. 28G-Garrett Bias[8]; 14. (DNS) 38J-Jackson Frisbie

Race 186 - D6 (10 Laps): 1. 41J-Caden Kvapil[1]; 2. 73C-Carsen Perkins[3]; 3. 20D-Brennan Rogers[4]; 4. 1M-Mason Hannagan[11]; 5. 17T-Kole Kirkman[5]; 6. 23K-Jordan Kluver[2]; 7. 71P-Chuck Gurney Jr[9]; 8. 17R-Molly Day[10]; 9. 29L-Jase Randolph[13]; 10. 14A-Braden Chiaramonte[6]; 11. 54-Lee Land[8]; 12. 33W-Rece Wommack[7]; 13. (DNS) 15B-Brock Cottrell

Race 187 - D7 (10 Laps): 1. 7L-Logan Trevino[1]; 2. 91J-Jaxon Brenning[3]; 3. 27K-Kyle Keeler[9]; 4. 41H-Colton Hardy[7]; 5. 44E-Eric Ankiewicz[5]; 6. 12C-Chase Spicola[12]; 7. 11M-Lawrence Mann Jr[2]; 8. 15D-Dylan Schaadt[11]; 9. 2X-Joshua Spatola[6]; 10. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[4]; 11. 2E-Jake Galusha[10]; 12. 99D-Bryant Dawson[8]; 13. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[13]; 14. 2P-Chase Porter[14]

Race 188 - D8 (10 Laps): 1. 41T-Tanner Dunlap[1]; 2. 52B-Brianna Lawson[2]; 3. 13M-Brett Moffitt[3]; 4. 99M-Mason Seubert[4]; 5. 22M-Sammy McNabb[9]; 6. 9A-Austin Lewis[8]; 7. 8H-Matthew Howard[11]; 8. 35S-Aubrey Smith[6]; 9. 77-Ryan Sullivan[7]; 10. 48-Hunter Kohn[12]; 11. 10-Patrick Lundy[5]; 12. 97X-Damian Norbury[10]; 13. (DNS) 29W-Mike Walling; 14. (DNS) 78-Ethan Ayars

C-Features (Top 2 to corresponding B-Feature)

Race 189 - C1 (10 Laps): 1. 99X-Chris Russell[1]; 2. 19J-Justin Robison[3]; 3. 120-Bobby Bazan[5]; 4. 7-Nick Skias[13]; 5. 27-Jace Alvarez[11]; 6. 08$-Trey Gropp[6]; 7. 08-Santino Ferrucci[2]; 8. 19-Sam Johnson[7]; 9. 7N-Darin Naida[12]; 10. 5J-Austin Hawkins[9]; 11. 85J-Logan Julien[10]; 12. 2N-Dawson Nunnenkamp[4]; 13. 99E-Eastin Ashbrooke[8]; 14. (DNS) 7K-Mason Keefer

Race 190 - C2 (10 Laps): 1. 9B-Brad Sutton[1]; 2. 5K-Gavan Boschele[3]; 3. 6B-Blake Parmley[5]; 4. R7-Kyle Spence[6]; 5. 7F-Ryan Frantz[8]; 6. 12H-Cole Hocker[9]; 7. 25A-Anton Hernandez[12]; 8. 28P-Bradley Fezard[11]; 9. 4H-Spencer Hill[4]; 10. 321-Chad Winfrey[7]; 11. 1-Brenham Crouch[2]; 12. (DNS) 29A-Austin Stone; 13. (DNS) 25-Maverick Elkins; 14. (DQ) 15E-Matt Ebarb[10]

Race 191 - C3 (10 Laps): 1. 38K-Kyle Gray[1]; 2. 10K-Koda Oller[4]; 3. 122-Lane Warner[3]; 4. 12B-Brandon Boggs[7]; 5. 14E-Mariah Ede[8]; 6. 13S-Danny Buccafusca[9]; 7. 56-Jace Park[13]; 8. 74C-Sheldon Creed[5]; 9. 88-Austin Torgerson[6]; 10. 75-Blayne Buntin[14]; 11. 20-James Andrichuk[11]; 12. 87-Laine Hite[12]; 13. 20S-Shon Deskins[10]; 14. 10H-Thomas Hassler[2]

Race 192 - C4 (10 Laps): 1. 24G-Greyson Springer[2]; 2. 16F-Matthew Francis[4]; 3. 5S-Gunnar Setser[3]; 4. 2-Travis Sullivan[5]; 5. 51X-Joshua Huish[6]; 6. 5-Bradley Huish[8]; 7. 17P-Seth Pugh[10]; 8. 4J-Ayden Hare[11]; 9. 17Q-Quinn Jones[13]; 10. 30-John Crowder[12]; 11. 07-Allard Rains III[1]; 12. 40G-Jason Gariss[14]; 13. 51C-David Conley Jr[7]; 14. 17-Quinton Benson[9]

Race 193 - C5 (10 Laps): 1. 23L-Tyler LaPointe[1]; 2. 1C-Connor Lee[6]; 3. 57K-Kyle Chady[3]; 4. Z17-Michael Nolf[5]; 5. 29T-Tanner Thorson[11]; 6. 131-Dusty Young[7]; 7. 188-Blake Moeller[10]; 8. 59T-Richie Harvey[9]; 9. 3A-Drake Edwards[12]; 10. 24-Jade Avedisian[13]; 11. 3T-Trevor McIntire[2]; 12. 50-Jacob Severn[4]; 13. 7H-Skylar Hunter[8]; 14. 9K-Eddie Ramsey[14]

Race 194 - C6 (10 Laps): 1. 66-Broedy Graham[1]; 2. 4B-Brandt Twitty[6]; 3. 22-Curtis Jones[8]; 4. 25B-Chevy Boyer[5]; 5. 88R-Ryder Laplante[7]; 6. 17M-Johnny Mordock[4]; 7. 24T-Glenn James Bratti II[9]; 8. 51G-Grant Schaadt[3]; 9. 41J-Caden Kvapil[13]; 10. 8R-Ryker Pace[12]; 11. 73C-Carsen Perkins[14]; 12. 88P-Tony Penick[11]; 13. 98-James Roselli[10]; 14. 2W-Austin Wood[2]

Race 195 - C7 (10 Laps): 1. 79-Ron Dennis[6]; 2. 14Z-Junior Ankiewicz[1]; 3. 1F-Jason Friesen[3]; 4. 41B-Cody Bryson[9]; 5. 21A-Caleb Stelzig[2]; 6. 55C-Trevor Cline[10]; 7. 74-Xavier Doney[8]; 8. 7L-Logan Trevino[13]; 9. 75K-Kale Drake[5]; 10. 74N-Natalie Doney[11]; 11. 33T-Ty Nevins[4]; 12. 73-Jason McDougal[12]; 13. 3-Cole Schroeder[7]; 14. 91J-Jaxon Brenning[14]

Race 196 - C8 (10 Laps): 1. 72-Jesse Maurer[4]; 2. 83W-Brant Woods[6]; 3. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[5]; 4. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[10]; 5. 35B-Dwayne Benson[8]; 6. 22C-John Campbell[12]; 7. 52B-Brianna Lawson[14]; 8. 41T-Tanner Dunlap[13]; 9. 2H-Emilio Hoover[1]; 10. U2-Ryan Cotney[3]; 11. 51P-Paul Hendrix[2]; 12. 130-Jacob Barton[11]; 13. 300-Darren Cole[7]; 14. 101-Easton Lebo[9]

Qualifiers (Top 16 in combined passing points from Heats & Qualifiers advance to Saturday night's A Main)

Race 257 - Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 3M-Collin Mitchell[1]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 3. 88J-Joey Amantea[3]; 4. 3Z-Trey Zorn[5]; 5. 77R-Robbie Smith[9]; 6. 1W-Weston Gorham[6]; 7. 2G-Brandon Rose[12]; 8. 15C-Blake Clouser[8]; 9. 47K-Cory Kelley[11]; 10. 4N-Ryan Winter[14]; 11. 11T-Tom Curran[2]; 12. 17S-Baron Silva[7]; 13. 77E-Cole Esgar[13]; 14. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[10]

Race 258 - Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 10S-Logan Seavey[1]; 2. 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[8]; 3. 5L-Derek Hagar[5]; 4. 67J-JJ Loss[10]; 5. 36J-Kyle Jones[4]; 6. 82-Austin Saunders[6]; 7. 24S-Colby Sokol[9]; 8. 14H-Michael Faccinto[2]; 9. 87C-Chase Randall[14]; 10. 48S-William Schleicher[12]; 11. 14N-Grant Sexton[11]; 12. 5G-Heath Hehnley[13]; 13. 57-Jacob Lucas[7]; 14. 41-Logan Rumsey[3]

Race 259 - Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 47B-Emerson Axsom[2]; 2. 8G-Tyler Smith[1]; 3. 02-Ashton Torgerson[3]; 4. 6W-Colin White[5]; 5. 12F-Dawson Faria[8]; 6. 16S-Seth Shebester[6]; 7. 4X-Tyler Courtney[14]; 8. 52L-Cameron La Rose[7]; 9. 11C-Darren Brown[10]; 10. 2F-Jadyn Friesen[9]; 11. 14-Blake Battles[13]; 12. 8-Josh Marcham[12]; 13. 51-Kyle Busch[4]; 14. 36-Kevin Reed[11]

Race 260 - Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 39-Russ Disinger[1]; 2. 14C-Chelby Hinton[2]; 3. 10J-Dominic Gorden[7]; 4. 71K-Christopher Bell[11]; 5. 9H-Kaden Holm[4]; 6. 21L-Brady Bacon[12]; 7. 93-Matthew Riggs Carr[9]; 8. 157-Camren Sorrels[5]; 9. 05R-Brandon Riveira[13]; 10. 51K-Caleb Martin[6]; 11. 17D-Dave Nicholson[8]; 12. 48X-Dylan Hull[14]; 13. 88C-Dominic Carter[10]; 14. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[3]

Race 261 - Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 2L-Austin Lambert[3]; 2. 2B-Jonathan Beason[5]; 3. 2K-Todd Kirkman[9]; 4. 11J-Cameron Paul[1]; 5. 15N-Neal Allison[11]; 6. 3B-Stone Sharpe[7]; 7. 20R-Alex Bright[4]; 8. 13-Mitchel Moles[10]; 9. 7S-Kaden Smith[13]; 10. 40-Camden Winter[8]; 11. 27H-Brandon Shaw[14]; 12. 110-Karter Battarbee[2]; 13. 7B-Aidan Borden[6]; 14. 570-Prestyn Brown[12]

Race 262 - Qualifier 6 (10 Laps): 1. 21K-Thomas Kunsman[1]; 2. 11S-Shawn Mahaffey[4]; 3. 12V-Cole Bodine[2]; 4. 21J-Kameron Key[3]; 5. 23-Alec Quiggle[6]; 6. 32T-Trey Marcham[12]; 7. 3J-Jimmy Leal[8]; 8. 20Q-Brecken Reese[5]; 9. 14R-Jake Nail[11]; 10. 21S-Steven Snyder Jr[9]; 11. 10B-Brock Berreth[13]; 12. 97-Scotty Milan[7]; 13. 3D-Caleb Debem[10]; 14. 47H-Hunter Wise[14]

Race 263 - Qualifier 7 (10 Laps): 1. 11X-Brent Crews[1]; 2. 01-Weldon Buford[2]; 3. 51B-Joe B Miller[4]; 4. 5T-Ryan Timms[3]; 5. 121-Caeden Steele[6]; 6. 75X-James Morris[11]; 7. 3K-Kris Carroll[5]; 8. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[14]; 9. 5E-Bobby Elliott[7]; 10. 57T-Chase Cabre[13]; 11. 71T-Tim Buckwalter[8]; 12. 11L-Laydon Pearson[12]; 13. 20T-Ricky Thornton Jr[9]; 14. 5X-Reece Shelton[10]

Race 264 - Qualifier 8 (10 Laps): 1. 12J-Jeffrey Newell[5]; 2. 71M-Gavin Miller[3]; 3. 1V-Johnny Boland[7]; 4. 3E-Ethan Wicker[6]; 5. 22X-Daniel Robinson[10]; 6. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[9]; 7. 26S-Jonathan Shafer[1]; 8. 81-Frank Flud[12]; 9. 29X-Mason Daugherty[13]; 10. 78J-Joe Askew[14]; 11. 12T-Trey Robb[11]; 12. 8P-Caleb Pence[8]; 13. 17B-Jack Hoyer[4]; 14. 27M-Jace McIntosh[2]

B-Features (Top 2 advance to the LCQ)

Race 301 - B1 (12 Laps): 1. 39-Russ Disinger[1]; 2. 01-Weldon Buford[2]; 3. 5T-Ryan Timms[3]; 4. 4X-Tyler Courtney[4]; 5. 1W-Weston Gorham[5]; 6. 3K-Kris Carroll[6]; 7. 12T-Trey Robb[10]; 8. 3D-Caleb Debem[12]; 9. 78J-Joe Askew[8]; 10. 157-Camren Sorrels[7]; 11. 99X-Chris Russell[13]; 12. 8P-Caleb Pence[11]; 13. 19J-Justin Robison[14]; 14. 2F-Jadyn Friesen[9]

Race 302 - B2 (12 Laps): 1. 21K-Thomas Kunsman[1]; 2. 77R-Robbie Smith[3]; 3. 87C-Chase Randall[6]; 4. 23-Alec Quiggle[4]; 5. 21S-Steven Snyder Jr[9]; 6. 9H-Kaden Holm[2]; 7. 20T-Ricky Thornton Jr[12]; 8. 5E-Bobby Elliott[8]; 9. 9B-Brad Sutton[13]; 10. 20Q-Brecken Reese[7]; 11. 82-Austin Saunders[5]; 12. 5K-Gavan Boschele[14]; 13. 11L-Laydon Pearson[11]; 14. 48X-Dylan Hull[10]

Race 303 - B3 (12 Laps): 1. 8G-Tyler Smith[2]; 2. 11X-Brent Crews[1]; 3. 3Z-Trey Zorn[3]; 4. 13-Mitchel Moles[6]; 5. 121-Caeden Steele[4]; 6. 41-Logan Rumsey[9]; 7. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[10]; 8. 57T-Chase Cabre[8]; 9. 15C-Blake Clouser[7]; 10. 38K-Kyle Gray[11]; 11. 10K-Koda Oller[12]; 12. 16S-Seth Shebester[5]; 13. (DNS) 14-Blake Battles; 14. (DNS) 17B-Jack Hoyer

Race 304 - B4 (12 Laps): 1. 88J-Joey Amantea[1]; 2. 6W-Colin White[3]; 3. 17S-Baron Silva[9]; 4. 10B-Brock Berreth[8]; 5. 16F-Matthew Francis[12]; 6. 7B-Aidan Borden[10]; 7. 48S-William Schleicher[7]; 8. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[5]; 9. 15N-Neal Allison[2]; 10. 52L-Cameron La Rose[6]; 11. 24G-Greyson Springer[11]; 12. 11J-Cameron Paul[4]; 13. (DNS) 26S-Jonathan Shafer; 14. (DNS) 36-Kevin Reed

Race 305 - B5 (12 Laps): 1. 20R-Alex Bright[4]; 2. 67J-JJ Loss[1]; 3. 12V-Cole Bodine[2]; 4. 24S-Colby Sokol[5]; 5. 05R-Brandon Riveira[6]; 6. 47K-Cory Kelley[7]; 7. 57-Jacob Lucas[11]; 8. 12F-Dawson Faria[3]; 9. 1C-Connor Lee[14]; 10. 23L-Tyler LaPointe[13]; 11. 51K-Caleb Martin[8]; 12. 11T-Tom Curran[9]; 13. 110-Karter Battarbee[10]; 14. 570-Prestyn Brown[12]

Race 306 - B6 (12 Laps): 1. 2G-Brandon Rose[4]; 2. 5G-Heath Hehnley[10]; 3. 5X-Reece Shelton[12]; 4. 40-Camden Winter[8]; 5. 66-Broedy Graham[11]; 6. 4B-Brandt Twitty[13]; 7. 7S-Kaden Smith[6]; 8. 17D-Dave Nicholson[9]; 9. 14C-Chelby Hinton[1]; 10. 14R-Jake Nail[7]; 11. 93-Matthew Riggs Carr[5]; 12. 3E-Ethan Wicker[2]; 13. 21L-Brady Bacon[3]; 14. (DNS) 14Q-Jake Hagopian

Race 307 - B7 (12 Laps): 1. 22X-Daniel Robinson[2]; 2. 14H-Michael Faccinto[6]; 3. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[4]; 4. 32T-Trey Marcham[3]; 5. 71T-Tim Buckwalter[9]; 6. 97-Scotty Milan[10]; 7. 4N-Ryan Winter[7]; 8. 79-Ron Dennis[13]; 9. 51-Kyle Busch[8]; 10. 27M-Jace McIntosh[12]; 11. 77E-Cole Esgar[11]; 12. 5L-Derek Hagar[1]; 13. 3J-Jimmy Leal[5]; 14. 14Z-Junior Ankiewicz[14]

Race 308 - B8 (12 Laps): 1. 02-Ashton Torgerson[1]; 2. 21J-Kameron Key[2]; 3. 81-Frank Flud[5]; 4. 75X-James Morris[3]; 5. 3B-Stone Sharpe[4]; 6. 11C-Darren Brown[7]; 7. 27H-Brandon Shaw[8]; 8. 14N-Grant Sexton[9]; 9. 72-Jesse Maurer[13]; 10. 8-Josh Marcham[10]; 11. 47H-Hunter Wise[12]; 12. 88C-Dominic Carter[11]; 13. 29X-Mason Daugherty[6]; 14. (DNS) 83W-Brant Woods

LCQ (Top 8 advance to the A-Feature)

Race 350 - LCQ (12 Laps): 1. 21K-Thomas Kunsman[2]; 2. 02-Ashton Torgerson[4]; 3. 39-Russ Disinger[1]; 4. 88J-Joey Amantea[3]; 5. 20R-Alex Bright[7]; 6. 8G-Tyler Smith[5]; 7. 11X-Brent Crews[9]; 8. 2G-Brandon Rose[8]; 9. 67J-JJ Loss[10]; 10. 21J-Kameron Key[12]; 11. 6W-Colin White[14]; 12. 01-Weldon Buford[11]; 13. 5G-Heath Hehnley[16]; 14. 77R-Robbie Smith[13]; 15. 14H-Michael Faccinto[15]; 16. 22X-Daniel Robinson[6]

A-Feature

Race 356 - A Main (30 Laps): 1. 12J-Jeffrey Newell[2]; 2. 47B-Emerson Axsom[6]; 3. 11S-Shawn Mahaffey[5]; 4. 21K-Thomas Kunsman[17]; 5. 71M-Gavin Miller[9]; 6. 71K-Christopher Bell[12]; 7. 20R-Alex Bright[21]; 8. 10J-Dominic Gorden[11]; 9. 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[3]; 10. 1V-Johnny Boland[15]; 11. 51B-Joe B Miller[10]; 12. 2B-Jonathan Beason[7]; 13. 8G-Tyler Smith[22]; 14. 11X-Brent Crews[23]; 15. 02-Ashton Torgerson[18]; 16. 3M-Collin Mitchell[13]; 17. 36J-Kyle Jones[16]; 18. 39-Russ Disinger[19]; 19. 88J-Joey Amantea[20]; 20. 2G-Brandon Rose[24]; 21. 2L-Austin Lambert[4]; 22. 52-Blake Hahn[1]; 23. 10S-Logan Seavey[14]; 24. 2K-Todd Kirkman[8]


 

Lucas Mauldin Goes Back To Back In Junior Sprints At The Tulsa Shootout

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (January 1, 2022) Going back to back with the Junior Sprints, California’s Lucas Mauldin raced from seventh to the lead on Lap 2, and held point on the field from there.

Three-wide off the second turn for the point, Mauldin was pursued by Eli Holden. Going after the lead on a Lap 9 restart, Holden stepped ahead of the No. 55x for a moment but could not hold the position. Back to green on Lap 11, Holden kept pace for a few laps, but would not deny Mauldin the win.

Eli Holden in second was followed by Vito Cancilla in third. Parker Perry to fourth in the closing laps left Kyle Fernandez to round out the top five.

The Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout takes place at the Tulsa Expo Raceway, located inside the SageNet Center in Tulsa, Okla. More information on the event will be released as the event draws closer. All official rules, event information, and dates are online at http://www.tulsashootout.com. Fans can also follow the Tulsa Shootout at https://www.facebook.com/TulsaShootout and on Twitter (@TulsaShootout).

Race Results:

37th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout
Tulsa Expo Raceway (Tulsa, Okla.)
Saturday, January 1, 2022

Junior Sprints

Top 60 in points to 6 Qualifying Races

Race 161: 1. 55X-Lucas Mauldin[2]; 2. 2T-Tyler Crow[3]; 3. 5V-Vito Cancilla[1]; 4. 7K-Logan Wood[4]; 5. 05-Sawyer Beers[6]; 6. 9-Bristol Spicola[8]; 7. 2G-Gunner Rose[5]; 8. 4-Wyatt Yore[7]

Race 162: 1. 20-Carter Sauer[3]; 2. 19A-Ayla Morefield[7]; 3. 17C-Caleb Johannesen[8]; 4. 97-Cash Lacombe[4]; 5. 11K-Kyle Klagenberg[1]; 6. 10C-Charmayne Cary[5]; 7. 92-Kayleigh Sawyer[6]; 8. 4G-Ryker Griggs[2]

Race 163: 1. 21H-Levi Hinck[5]; 2. 1P-Mekentzi Potter[7]; 3. 5-Jace Thurein[6]; 4. 15H-Colton Hale[3]; 5. 51-Tate Gurney[8]; 6. 17L-Chase Lauderbaugh[1]; 7. 2C-Lucas Conner[4]; 8. 38J-Jackson Tardiff[2]

Race 164: 1. 43-Parker Perry[4]; 2. 1-Hudsyn Truitt[7]; 3. 1K-Kolette Dicero[5]; 4. 43L-Leon Wilmore[1]; 5. 23B-Brantley Henderson[8]; 6. 39-Weston Freeman[2]; 7. 29C-Clayton Jenkins[6]; 8. 73-Wyatt Miller[3]

Race 165: 1. 75-Josiah Vega[4]; 2. 88K-Bryce Kujath[5]; 3. 10X-Eli Potter[2]; 4. 6-Brody Stewart[1]; 5. 36-Rayce Reed[3]; 6. 71X-Drake Martin[7]; 7. 47-Oakley Schwantes[6]; 8. 5K-Kollin Klein[8]

Race 166: 1. 19-Liam Barton[1]; 2. N90-Kyle Heflin[4]; 3. 70-Micah Becker[6]; 4. 18$-Nolan Medlock[2]; 5. 14K-Kinser Bloomquist[8]; 6. 9S-Braxton Stewart[3]; 7. 10D-Dean Skrifvars[7]; 8. 11-Mattix McBride[5]

Race 167: 1. 17B-Brycen Roush[3]; 2. 2-JT McCleskey[5]; 3. 87C-Callan Hill[1]; 4. 98-Hayden Stepps[6]; 5. 25A-Bradley Anderson[8]; 6. 11S-Sawyer McBride[4]; 7. 55K-Kayden Anderson[2]; 8. 98W-Wyatt Bruce[7]

Race 168: 1. 5E-Eli Holden[4]; 2. 8J-JJ Williams[5]; 3. 24N-Kyle Fernandez[8]; 4. 36J-JJ Beason[2]; 5. 49A-Abbigale Johnson[3]; 6. 71-Oren Basham[1]; 7. 17H-Easton Harbert[7]; 8. 53-Cooper Canady[6]

Race 169: 1. 14J-Jaxon Nail[6]; 2. 25R-Brody Rubio[1]; 3. 22-Ryker Jones[2]; 4. 75T-Masyn Truitt[5]; 5. 18B-Brexton Busch[3]; 6. 30P-Blake Pittman[4]; 7. 9C-Jace Cooksey[7]; 8. 19J-JT Daniel[8]

Race 170: 1. 22R-Ryleigh Oberst[1]; 2. 84-Dalten Maust[3]; 3. 21J-Jayden Hiller[2]; 4. 49-Gauge Kimler[5]; 5. 12P-Collin Pruitt[7]; 6. 25-Trenton Tyer[8]; 7. 01-Brylee Harbert[6]; 8. 16-Berkley Reese[4]

Race 171: 1. 1X-Aiden Robinson[1]; 2. 13V-Braxon Vasconcellos[2]; 3. 29-Jude Allgayer[3]; 4. 15-Jaxson Sowers[6]; 5. 9J-Levi Osborne[8]; 6. 17-Cole Jones[7]; 7. 57-Miken Iverson[4]; 8. 23F-Kelson Fisher[5]

Race 172: 1. 66-Blayden Graham[1]; 2. 7-Garyn Howard[5]; 3. E10-Easton Zent[4]; 4. 88-Braxton Flatt[3]; 5. 22G-Gavin McDonald[6]; 6. 24-Cam Acker[7]; 7. 36R-Virgil Reed[2]; 8. (DNS) 6A-Henry Alberson

Qualifiers (Top 12 in combined passing points from Heats & Qualifiers advance to Saturday night's A Main)

Race 265 - Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 5-Jace Thurein[1]; 2. 75-Josiah Vega[3]; 3. 2T-Tyler Crow[5]; 4. 88K-Bryce Kujath[2]; 5. 14J-Jaxon Nail[4]; 6. 98-Hayden Stepps[6]; 7. 9J-Levi Osborne[7]; 8. 15H-Colton Hale[9]; 9. 49-Gauge Kimler[8]; 10. 9-Bristol Spicola[10]

Race 266 - Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 5E-Eli Holden[3]; 2. 5V-Vito Cancilla[8]; 3. 29-Jude Allgayer[7]; 4. 70-Micah Becker[1]; 5. 21H-Levi Hinck[4]; 6. 2-JT McCleskey[2]; 7. 25-Trenton Tyer[10]; 8. 15-Jaxson Sowers[6]; 9. 88-Braxton Flatt[9]; 10. 84-Dalten Maust[5]

Race 267 - Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 8J-JJ Williams[2]; 2. 19A-Ayla Morefield[4]; 3. 19-Liam Barton[1]; 4. 51-Tate Gurney[6]; 5. 17C-Caleb Johannesen[3]; 6. 87C-Callan Hill[8]; 7. 1K-Kolette Dicero[5]; 8. 10X-Eli Potter[7]; 9. 05-Sawyer Beers[9]; 10. 43L-Leon Wilmore[10]

Race 268 - Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 24N-Kyle Fernandez[3]; 2. 22R-Ryleigh Oberst[1]; 3. 7-Garyn Howard[2]; 4. 1P-Mekentzi Potter[4]; 5. 6-Brody Stewart[10]; 6. 22-Ryker Jones[7]; 7. 22G-Gavin McDonald[9]; 8. 13V-Braxon Vasconcellos[5]; 9. 12P-Collin Pruitt[8]; 10. 23B-Brantley Henderson[6]

Race 269 - Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 55X-Lucas Mauldin[2]; 2. 1-Hudsyn Truitt[4]; 3. 1X-Aiden Robinson[1]; 4. 20-Carter Sauer[3]; 5. 14K-Kinser Bloomquist[6]; 6. 71X-Drake Martin[10]; 7. 25R-Brody Rubio[5]; 8. 18$-Nolan Medlock[9]; 9. 7K-Logan Wood[8]; 10. 21J-Jayden Hiller[7]

Race 270 - Qualifier 6 (10 Laps): 1. 66-Blayden Graham[1]; 2. 17B-Brycen Roush[3]; 3. 43-Parker Perry[4]; 4. N90-Kyle Heflin[2]; 5. E10-Easton Zent[5]; 6. 75T-Masyn Truitt[7]; 7. 25A-Bradley Anderson[6]; 8. 17-Cole Jones[10]; 9. 36J-JJ Beason[9]; 10. 97-Cash Lacombe[8]

C-Feature (Top 2 to corresponding B-Feature)

Race 325 - C1 (10 Laps): 1. 11K-Kyle Klagenberg[2]; 2. 9S-Braxton Stewart[1]; 3. 57-Miken Iverson[6]; 4. 73-Wyatt Miller[8]; 5. 9C-Jace Cooksey[4]; 6. 53-Cooper Canady[5]; 7. 47-Oakley Schwantes[3]; 8. (DNS) 24-Cam Acker; 9. (DNS) 36R-Virgil Reed

Race 326 - C2 (10 Laps): 1. 4G-Ryker Griggs[9]; 2. 11-Mattix McBride[8]; 3. 10C-Charmayne Cary[2]; 4. 5K-Kollin Klein[6]; 5. 4-Wyatt Yore[7]; 6. 17L-Chase Lauderbaugh[4]; 7. 36-Rayce Reed[1]; 8. 01-Brylee Harbert[5]; 9. 39-Weston Freeman[3]

Race 327 - C3 (10 Laps): 1. 38J-Jackson Tardiff[9]; 2. 19J-JT Daniel[6]; 3. 10D-Dean Skrifvars[3]; 4. 49A-Abbigale Johnson[1]; 5. 2G-Gunner Rose[5]; 6. 11S-Sawyer McBride[2]; 7. 98W-Wyatt Bruce[7]; 8. 23F-Kelson Fisher[8]; 9. 92-Kayleigh Sawyer[4]

Race 328 - C4 (10 Laps): 1. 18B-Brexton Busch[1]; 2. 30P-Blake Pittman[2]; 3. 2C-Lucas Conner[5]; 4. 55K-Kayden Anderson[6]; 5. 6A-Henry Alberson[9]; 6. 16-Berkley Reese[8]; 7. 29C-Clayton Jenkins[4]; 8. 17H-Easton Harbert[3]; 9. 71-Oren Basham[7]

B-Features (Top 2 to the A-Feature)

Race 329 - B1 (12 Laps): 1. 1P-Mekentzi Potter[1]; 2. 29-Jude Allgayer[2]; 3. N90-Kyle Heflin[4]; 4. 22G-Gavin McDonald[8]; 5. 1K-Kolette Dicero[7]; 6. 84-Dalten Maust[10]; 7. 2-JT McCleskey[5]; 8. 21J-Jayden Hiller[12]; 9. 15H-Colton Hale[9]; 10. 71X-Drake Martin[6]; 11. 11K-Kyle Klagenberg[13]; 12. 88K-Bryce Kujath[3]; 13. 7K-Logan Wood[11]; 14. 9S-Braxton Stewart[14]

Race 330 - B2 (12 Laps): 1. 14J-Jaxon Nail[1]; 2. 22-Ryker Jones[6]; 3. 51-Tate Gurney[4]; 4. 14K-Kinser Bloomquist[5]; 5. 4G-Ryker Griggs[13]; 6. 25-Trenton Tyer[7]; 7. 97-Cash Lacombe[12]; 8. 22R-Ryleigh Oberst[2]; 9. 18$-Nolan Medlock[9]; 10. 05-Sawyer Beers[11]; 11. 11-Mattix McBride[14]; 12. 49-Gauge Kimler[10]; 13. 19-Liam Barton[3]; 14. 25A-Bradley Anderson[8]

Race 331 - B3 (12 Laps): 1. 2T-Tyler Crow[1]; 2. 70-Micah Becker[4]; 3. 98-Hayden Stepps[6]; 4. 25R-Brody Rubio[7]; 5. 13V-Braxon Vasconcellos[8]; 6. 1X-Aiden Robinson[3]; 7. 9-Bristol Spicola[12]; 8. 38J-Jackson Tardiff[13]; 9. 36J-JJ Beason[11]; 10. E10-Easton Zent[5]; 11. 12P-Collin Pruitt[10]; 12. 19J-JT Daniel[14]; 13. 17-Cole Jones[9]; 14. 21H-Levi Hinck[2]

Race 332 - B4 (12 Laps): 1. 20-Carter Sauer[2]; 2. 9J-Levi Osborne[7]; 3. 7-Garyn Howard[1]; 4. 18B-Brexton Busch[13]; 5. 17C-Caleb Johannesen[3]; 6. 23B-Brantley Henderson[11]; 7. 88-Braxton Flatt[10]; 8. 87C-Callan Hill[5]; 9. 75T-Masyn Truitt[6]; 10. 10X-Eli Potter[8]; 11. 43L-Leon Wilmore[12]; 12. 15-Jaxson Sowers[9]; 13. 6-Brody Stewart[4]; 14. 30P-Blake Pittman[14]

A-Feature:

Race 355 - A Main (20 Laps): 1. 55X-Lucas Mauldin[7]; 2. 5E-Eli Holden[1]; 3. 5V-Vito Cancilla[9]; 4. 43-Parker Perry[10]; 5. 24N-Kyle Fernandez[3]; 6. 2T-Tyler Crow[15]; 7. 75-Josiah Vega[5]; 8. 17B-Brycen Roush[8]; 9. 66-Blayden Graham[12]; 10. 9J-Levi Osborne[20]; 11. 1-Hudsyn Truitt[4]; 12. 22-Ryker Jones[18]; 13. 20-Carter Sauer[16]; 14. 8J-JJ Williams[6]; 15. 19A-Ayla Morefield[2]; 16. 29-Jude Allgayer[17]; 17. 14J-Jaxon Nail[14]; 18. 1P-Mekentzi Potter[13]; 19. 70-Micah Becker[19]; 20. 5-Jace Thurein[11]

 

Axsom Fends Off Bright For Tulsa Shootout Non-Wing Win

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (January 1, 2022) A wild series of events over 30 laps, Tulsa’s Jeffery Newell captured his first career victory at the 37th annual Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout in the Non-Wing Outlaw A-Feature.

Leading the opening nine laps, Blake Hahn rolled the cushion to the lead on Lap 10. Jonathan Beason in tow to second on Lap 13, the two began battling for the top spot with Beason taking it on Lap 17. To the curb in the third and fourth turns, it bit and sent the No. 2b sidewise, collecting Hahn who was forced to a stop.

Retaking the lead from Beason on the restart, Newell stayed committed to the bottom of the Tulsa Expo Raceway.

Pounding the cushion from sixth, Emerson Axsom worked past Shawn Mahaffey on Lap 26 for second. Building momentum on the final lap, Axsom shot off the top of the fourth turn, only to find Newell’s right rear as the two hit the finish line separated by 0.052-seconds. Flipping wildly into the first turn, Emerson was unharmed.

Mitchell Moles crossed third, but failure to report to post-race tech resulted in disqualification. Third was credited to Shawn Mahaffey, with Ron Dennis fourth, and Thomas Kunsman in fifth.

The Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout takes place at the Tulsa Expo Raceway, located inside the SageNet Center in Tulsa, Okla. More information on the event will be released as the event draws closer. All official rules, event information, and dates are online at http://www.tulsashootout.com. Fans can also follow the Tulsa Shootout at https://www.facebook.com/TulsaShootout and on Twitter (@TulsaShootout).

Race Results:

37th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout Tulsa Expo Raceway (Tulsa, Okla.) Saturday, January 1, 2022

Stock Non-Wing

Top 112 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 8 Qualifying Races

Race 119 (8 Laps): 1. 3B-Stone Sharpe[2]; 2. 17B-Billy Briscoe[1]; 3. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[5]; 4. 93R-Raleigh Shepherd[7]; 5. 25S-Justis Sokol[6]; 6. 10W-Bradyn Warren[9]; 7. 188-Blake Moeller[3]; 8. 01J-Kory Lira[8]; 9. 101-Easton Lebo[4]; 10. (DNS) 17L-Lonnie Fraley

Race 120 (8 Laps): 1. 14J-Jade Avedisian[2]; 2. 82-Austin Saunders[1]; 3. 77E-Cole Esgar[4]; 4. U2-Ryan Cotney[6]; 5. 99E-Eastin Ashbrooke[3]; 6. 51C-David Conley Jr[7]; 7. 35S-Aubrey Smith[8]; 8. 99W-Camden Winter[5]; 9. 4-Brett Combs[9]; 10. 71-Jaxton Wiggs[10]

Race 121 (8 Laps): 1. 6W-Colin White[5]; 2. 1V-Johnny Boland[4]; 3. 42-Eric Jennings[6]; 4. 25B-Chevy Boyer[1]; 5. 71H-Mason Hannagan[2]; 6. 31W-Tanner Berryhill[3]; 7. 6D-Daryl Gates[7]; 8. 3L-Jack Lobin[9]; 9. 10-Patrick Lundy[10]; 10. 0-Johnny Goolsby[8]

Race 122 (8 Laps): 1. 01-Weldon Buford[1]; 2. 08-Jace McIntosh[5]; 3. 14$-Shawn Bloomquist[2]; 4. 7-Nick Skias[8]; 5. 7N-Darin Naida[9]; 6. 88-Austin Torgerson[4]; 7. 16M-Darrius Myers[7]; 8. A51-Jason Trosper[3]; 9. 44-Kashton Denton[10]; 10. 16B-Brady Amos[6]

Race 123 (8 Laps): 1. 3A-Drake Edwards[1]; 2. 114-Jadon Rogers[5]; 3. 3T-Trevor McIntire[2]; 4. 1P-Kaylee Bryson[7]; 5. 11G-Brandon Rose[8]; 6. 14N-Grant Sexton[10]; 7. 8-Josh Marcham[6]; 8. 1R-Steve Roberts[9]; 9. 99X-Chris Russell[4]; 10. 28-Mark Morin[3]

Race 124 (8 Laps): 1. 8R-Ryker Pace[1]; 2. 02-Ashton Torgerson[4]; 3. 5G-Heath Hehnley[2]; 4. 86C-Kyle Thompson[6]; 5. 15V-Cole Vanderheiden[9]; 6. 10K-Koda Oller[7]; 7. 43E-Eddie Hamblen[10]; 8. 35R-Rachel Zabawa[3]; 9. 29W-Mike Walling[8]; 10. 4B-Brandt Twitty[5]

Race 125 (8 Laps): 1. 17-Quinton Benson[2]; 2. 33B-Cody Barnes[1]; 3. 68-Landon Ellis[5]; 4. 1T-Taylor Whitefield[3]; 5. 117-Cody Dons[7]; 6. 300-Darren Cole[4]; 7. 74-Xavier Doney[8]; 8. 44C-Cheyenne Potter[6]; 9. 20B-Chase Bolf[9]; 10. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[10]

Race 126 (8 Laps): 1. 83K-Colin Kirby[1]; 2. 79-Ron Dennis[3]; 3. 21K-Thomas Kunsman[6]; 4. 08B-Bobby McIntosh[2]; 5. 16S-Seth Shebester[4]; 6. 88J-Joey Amantea[8]; 7. 73-Jason McDougal[10]; 8. 34-KJ Snow[9]; 9. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[5]

Race 127 (8 Laps): 1. 14H-Michael Faccinto[2]; 2. 7B-Aidan Borden[1]; 3. 15N-Neal Allison[3]; 4. 41J-Caden Kvapil[10]; 5. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[8]; 6. 16C-Cody Parmley[9]; 7. 97X-Damian Norbury[5]; 8. 2M-Gray Leadbetter[7]; 9. 36B-Brady Bacon[6]; 10. 29C-Connor Borah[4]

Race 128 (8 Laps): 1. 3G-Jesse Maurer[1]; 2. 1F-Jason Friesen[3]; 3. 3W-Kirk Berkley[4]; 4. 88C-Dominic Carter[10]; 5. 3D-Caleb Debem[5]; 6. 50-Jacob Severn[8]; 7. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[6]; 8. 16-Randy Sims[9]; 9. 41B-Cody Bryson[7]; 10. 69-Robert Burnett[2]

Race 129 (8 Laps): 1. 21G-Garth Kasiner[2]; 2. 7H-Skylar Hunter[3]; 3. 33W-Rece Wommack[7]; 4. 12H-Cole Hocker[9]; 5. 36S-Darren Stewart[1]; 6. 55C-Trevor Cline[10]; 7. 91J-Jaxon Brenning[6]; 8. 41T-Tanner Dunlap[4]; 9. 99M-Mason Seubert[8]; 10. 36E-Blake Edwards[5]

Race 130 (8 Laps): 1. 195-Steven Snyder Jr[6]; 2. 3X-Cole Roberts[3]; 3. 14B-Ethan Burdett[1]; 4. 14-Blake Battles[10]; 5. 5K-Gavan Boschele[7]; 6. 14Z-Junior Ankiewicz[5]; 7. 59T-Richie Harvey[4]; 8. 11K-Kayla Martin[8]; 9. 18J-Steve Finn[2]; 10. 4N-Ryan Winter[9]

Race 131 (8 Laps): 1. 9B-Brad Sutton[2]; 2. 09-Justin Patocka[1]; 3. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[3]; 4. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[4]; 5. 1Z-Hailie Deegan[6]; 6. 12P-Quinn Roberts[7]; 7. Z71-Michael Nolf[9]; 8. 9A-Austin Lewis[5]; 9. 55-Allen Saine[8]; 10. (DNS) 1B-Brian Bennett

Race 132 (8 Laps): 1. 1X-Brady Ross[2]; 2. 1U-Cameron Paul[3]; 3. 27-Jace Alvarez[4]; 4. 10A-Jonathan Beason[8]; 5. 3E-Ethan Wicker[6]; 6. 2L-Austin Lambert[7]; 7. 5X-Reece Shelton[9]; 8. 17H-Robert Harbert[5]; 9. 131-Dusty Young[1]; 10. (DNS) 76J-Jarrett Hatch

Race 133 (8 Laps): 1. 3C-Cale Coons[2]; 2. 10X-Kole Kirkman[8]; 3. 12C-Chase Spicola[4]; 4. 51-Kyle Busch[1]; 5. 12M-Shawn Marquez Jr[3]; 6. 10D-Devon Debrick[5]; 7. 95X-Jeff Cox[9]; 8. 00G-Milton Goolsby[6]; 9. 60-Robert Lee[7]; 10. (DNS) 35-Logan Calderwood

Race 134 (8 Laps): 1. 41-Logan Rumsey[3]; 2. 14R-Jake Nail[6]; 3. 36C-Kris Carroll[7]; 4. 61-Chris Parmley[1]; 5. 1-Brenham Crouch[8]; 6. 05-Joshua Spatola[2]; 7. 5T-Tanner Anderson[9]; 8. 78C-Chance Cody[4]; 9. (DNS) 22D-Peter Walker; 10. (DQ) 14M-Cannon McIntosh[5]

Race 135 (8 Laps): 1. 32T-Trey Marcham[10]; 2. 11C-Darren Brown[4]; 3. 121-Caeden Steele[8]; 4. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[2]; 5. 14C-Chelby Hinton[7]; 6. 72A-Alex Karpowicz[1]; 7. 12G-William Conner[9]; 8. 31-Chad Lobb[6]; 9. 11M-Lawrence Mann Jr[5]; 10. 33K-Jack Kassik[3]

Race 136 (8 Laps): 1. 12V-Cole Bodine[1]; 2. 24G-Greyson Springer[5]; 3. 38J-Jackson Frisbie[2]; 4. 36-Kevin Reed[9]; 5. 120-Bobby Bazan[8]; 6. 24T-Glenn James Bratti II[6]; 7. 5-Bradley Huish[3]; 8. 38R-Riley Osantowski[4]; 9. 9L-Laramie Freeny[7]; 10. 21H-Dustin Hamelmann[10]

Race 137 (8 Laps): 1. 12J-Jeffrey Newell[2]; 2. 20R-Alex Bright[8]; 3. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[6]; 4. 14Y-Tyler Smith[10]; 5. 19E-Billy Lawless[1]; 6. 88R-Ryder Laplante[3]; 7. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[5]; 8. 29-Blake Scott[4]; 9. 77-Ryan Sullivan[7]; 10. 21R-Riley Reed[9]

Race 138 (8 Laps): 1. 14A-Braden Chiaramonte[3]; 2. 297-Dillon Berglan[2]; 3. 11S-Shawn Mahaffey[9]; 4. 29L-Jase Randolph[10]; 5. 41H-Colton Hardy[4]; 6. 47-Austin Helt[5]; 7. 2H-Emilio Hoover[6]; 8. 77M-Michael Brunker[7]; 9. 17K-Braden Knipmeyer[1]; 10. 54-Lee Land[8]

Race 139 (8 Laps): 1. 13Z-Ricky Thornton Jr[5]; 2. 13A-Emerson Axsom[7]; 3. 20-James Andrichuk[6]; 4. 21C-Chase Howard[1]; 5. 10P-Brian Potter[8]; 6. 10T-Talin Turner[4]; 7. 22X-Daniel Robinson[10]; 8. 17D-Dave Nicholson[9]; 9. 777-David Conley Sr[3]; 10. 11L-Laydon Pearson[2]

Race 140 (8 Laps): 1. 2F-Jadyn Friesen[1]; 2. 570-Prestyn Brown[7]; 3. 40G-Jason Gariss[2]; 4. 45D-Seth Duty[4]; 5. 37-Wade Olmsted[10]; 6. 48X-Dylan Hull[8]; 7. 5B-Cade Bierman[9]; 8. 53-Graham Hamilton[3]; 9. 47K-Cory Kelley[5]; 10. 48S-William Schleicher[6]

Race 141 (8 Laps): 1. 2W-Austin Wood[3]; 2. 20S-Shon Deskins[5]; 3. 22U-Todd Uber[10]; 4. 22T-Robert Turner[1]; 5. 23M-Garrett Massey[7]; 6. 39-Russ Disinger[9]; 7. 3R-Trenton Rivera[4]; 8. 29M-Dylan Menditto[6]; 9. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[2]; 10. 66-Jayden Clay[8]

Race 142 (8 Laps): 1. 2P-Chase Porter[1]; 2. 73C-Carsen Perkins[4]; 3. 12T-Trey Robb[8]; 4. 38X-Kyle Gray[5]; 5. 9E-Kinzer Edwards[2]; 6. 97-Scotty Milan[7]; 7. 77A-Preston Norbury[9]; 8. 28B-Robby Bias[3]; 9. E53-Evan Cundell[6]; 10. (DNS) 22B-Mikey Byford

Race 143 (8 Laps): 1. 1C-Connor Lee[2]; 2. 38M-Tres Mehler[1]; 3. 78B-Brody Wake[6]; 4. 28G-Garrett Bias[4]; 5. 59-Brody Mclaughlin[8]; 6. 6-Mark Martin[3]; 7. 45A-Eli Adams[9]; 8. 49R-Dillan Randall[7]; 9. 23-Alec Quiggle[5]; 10. 9M-Matt Moore[10]

Race 144 (8 Laps): 1. 63-Cody Key[1]; 2. 4X-Tyler Courtney[9]; 3. 4H-Spencer Hill[7]; 4. 21J-Kameron Key[8]; 5. 83-Coltin Strickland[5]; 6. 007-Cody Carter[10]; 7. 35B-Dwayne Benson[6]; 8. 5R-Matt Beasley[2]; 9. 172-Greg Reynolds[4]; 10. 6T-Robert Tidabach[3]

Race 145 (8 Laps): 1. 67J-JJ Loss[1]; 2. 67-Randy Wagnon Jr[2]; 3. 6B-Blake Parmley[8]; 4. 66J-Holden Jennings[4]; 5. 71T-Tim Buckwalter[7]; 6. 628-Jacob Ruppe[9]; 7. 74N-Natalie Doney[5]; 8. 52B-Brianna Lawson[10]; 9. 21W-Will Perdue[6]; 10. R7-Kyle Spence[3]

Race 146 (8 Laps): 1. 98-James Roselli[1]; 2. 71K-Christopher Bell[4]; 3. 18T-John Ferry III[3]; 4. 15C-Blake Clouser[5]; 5. 19J-Justin Robison[6]; 6. 7V-Logan Reynolds[7]; 7. 4A-Eric Ankiewicz[8]; 8. 27L-Nate Lauderbaugh[9]; 9. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[10]; 10. 1S-Ryan Carter[2]

Race 147 (8 Laps): 1. 21A-Caleb Stelzig[2]; 2. 87C-Chase Randall[1]; 3. 3H-Will Scribner[3]; 4. 17S-Baron Silva[5]; 5. 144-Damon Paul[10]; 6. 126-Autumn Criste[6]; 7. 55S-Grady Smith[7]; 8. 19G-Bubba Gatewood[8]; 9. 32-Cody Daggett[4]; 10. 49-Ace Moore[9]

Race 148 (8 Laps): 1. 15T-Ryan Timms[3]; 2. 77R-Robbie Smith[7]; 3. 83W-Brant Woods[2]; 4. 13G-Elijah Gile[4]; 5. 88P-Tony Penick[1]; 6. 51X-Joshua Huish[6]; 7. 78J-Joe Askew[9]; 8. 99D-Bryant Dawson[8]; 9. 11B-Colton Booten[10]; 10. C71-Carter Jensrud[5]

Race 149 (8 Laps): 1. 22-Curtis Jones[1]; 2. 22R-Gage Laney[4]; 3. 1W-Weston Gorham[8]; 4. 2N-Dawson Nunnenkamp[2]; 5. 48-Hunter Kohn[10]; 6. 23K-Jordan Kluver[7]; 7. 36A-Tuesday Calderwood[3]; 8. 29X-Mason Daugherty[5]; 9. 29A-Austin Stone[6]; 10. 27J-Jason Wilson[9]

Race 150 (8 Laps): 1. 13M-Brett Moffitt[1]; 2. 12B-Brandon Boggs[3]; 3. 321-Chad Winfrey[5]; 4. 110-Karter Battarbee[7]; 5. 22M-Sammy McNabb[6]; 6. 35G-Gaige Weldon[4]; 7. 12X-Cody Christensen[8]; 8. 33X-Evan Harvey[2]; 9. 49Z-Zak Moore[9]; 10. 98A-Abby Hohlbein[10]

Race 151 (8 Laps): 1. 10S-Brandon Shaw[5]; 2. 111-Mark Reynolds[1]; 3. 7S-Kaden Smith[7]; 4. 38-Karson Battarbee[9]; 5. 71M-Gavin Miller[2]; 6. 90-Bobby Wofford Jr[3]; 7. 24S-Colby Sokol[10]; 8. 20D-Brennan Rogers[6]; 9. 2V-DJ Vanderley[4]; 10. 15B-Brock Cottrell[8]

Race 152 (8 Laps): 1. 2-Travis Sullivan[3]; 2. 5A-Ava Gropp[2]; 3. 25A-Anton Hernandez[8]; 4. 85J-Logan Julien[4]; 5. 02A-Brian Guthery[6]; 6. 4D-Brent Shoemaker[7]; 7. 122-Lane Warner[9]; 8. 5M-Kevin Morris[5]; 9. 58-Carl Lebo[1]; 10. (DNS) 247-JW Henderson

Race 153 (8 Laps): 1. 3M-Collin Mitchell[4]; 2. 25-Maverick Elkins[8]; 3. 99K-Seth Stenzel[9]; 4. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[7]; 5. 30-John Crowder[6]; 6. 13R-Norman Harley Rose[2]; 7. 07-Allard Rains III[10]; 8. 9X-Casey Bauman[3]; 9. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[1]; 10. 98E-Ed Libonati[5]

Race 154 (8 Laps): 1. 5S-Gunnar Setser[6]; 2. 5P-Austin Shores[3]; 3. 96C-Cameron Counter[2]; 4. 12-Jason Tyer[8]; 5. 95-Paige Moss[10]; 6. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[1]; 7. 14F-Tylin Trammell[9]; 8. 28P-Bradley Fezard[4]; 9. 75X-James Morris[5]; 10. 33-Emma Graham[7]

Race 155 (8 Laps): 1. 51G-Grant Schaadt[1]; 2. 1H-Bob Hentschel[4]; 3. 16F-Matthew Francis[2]; 4. 21-Tanner Johnson[9]; 5. 3-Cole Schroeder[7]; 6. 17Q-Quinn Jones[5]; 7. 23L-Tyler LaPointe[8]; 8. 19-Nigel Calvert[10]; 9. 22C-John Campbell[3]; 10. 57-Jacob Lucas[6]

Race 156 (8 Laps): 1. 45-Bradley Cox[1]; 2. 10B-Brock Berreth[7]; 3. 13J-Mitchel Moles[9]; 4. 11X-Brent Crews[2]; 5. 81-Frank Flud[4]; 6. 8P-Caleb Pence[5]; 7. 14E-Mariah Ede[10]; 8. 11T-Tom Curran[6]; 9. 74T-TJ Thompson[3]; 10. 87K-Kelvin Lewis[8]

Race 157 (8 Laps): 1. 9-Keith McIntyre Jr[1]; 2. 36J-Kyle Jones[3]; 3. 36K-Kevin Thomas Jr[2]; 4. 74C-Sheldon Creed[6]; 5. 75-Blayne Buntin[7]; 6. 57T-Chase Cabre[9]; 7. 08G-Stefen Sidur[4]; 8. 10J-Dominic Gorden[5]; 9. 76-Ruben Morris[10]; 10. 15D-Dylan Schaadt[8]

Race 158 (8 Laps): 1. 33T-Ty Nevins[1]; 2. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[5]; 3. 75K-Kale Drake[6]; 4. 17P-Seth Pugh[9]; 5. 15E-Matt Ebarb[4]; 6. 1K-Kortland Stephens[10]; 7. 67S-Grant Stocker[3]; 8. 23C-Cierra Wullenwaber[7]; 9. 14T-Tony Morris[8]; 10. (DQ) 78-Ethan Ayars[2]

Race 159 (8 Laps): 1. 51B-Joe B Miller[1]; 2. 13S-Danny Buccafusca[3]; 3. 7K-Mason Keefer[7]; 4. 10H-Thomas Hassler[6]; 5. 3Z-Trey Zorn[8]; 6. 15-Brody Brown[5]; 7. 130-Jacob Barton[4]; 8. 96-Aiden Snead[2]; 9. (DNS) 17J-Jacob Johnston

Race 160 (8 Laps): 1. 51K-Caleb Martin[3]; 2. 56-Jace Park[5]; 3. 54X-David Taft[1]; 4. 3J-Jimmy Leal[4]; 5. 20Q-Brecken Reese[9]; 6. 83V-Tim Vaught[8]; 7. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[6]; 8. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[2]; 9. 9$-Eddie Ramsey[7]

E-Features (Top 2 to corresponding D-Feature)

Race 233 - E1 (8 Laps): 1. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[1]; 2. 23-Alec Quiggle[6]; 3. 35R-Rachel Zabawa[3]; 4. 32-Cody Daggett[7]; 5. 78C-Chance Cody[2]; 6. 5R-Matt Beasley[4]; 7. 74T-TJ Thompson[8]; 8. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[9]; 9. 16B-Brady Amos[10]; 10. 29C-Connor Borah[11]; 11. 9$-Eddie Ramsey[5]; 12. 19G-Bubba Gatewood[12]; 13. 11T-Tom Curran[13]; 14. 78-Ethan Ayars[14]; 15. 1B-Brian Bennett[15]

Race 234 - E2 (8 Laps): 1. 99W-Camden Winter[3]; 2. 38R-Riley Osantowski[4]; 3. 75X-James Morris[8]; 4. 99D-Bryant Dawson[1]; 5. 11B-Colton Booten[2]; 6. 48S-William Schleicher[12]; 7. 33X-Evan Harvey[6]; 8. 53-Graham Hamilton[5]; 9. 0-Johnny Goolsby[10]; 10. 36B-Brady Bacon[7]; 11. 28-Mark Morin[13]; 12. 2V-DJ Vanderley[9]; 13. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[14]; 14. 247-JW Henderson[15]; 15. 71-Jaxton Wiggs[11]

Race 235 - E3 (8 Laps): 1. 57-Jacob Lucas[12]; 2. 2M-Gray Leadbetter[1]; 3. 4N-Ryan Winter[9]; 4. 17L-Lonnie Fraley[14]; 5. 96-Aiden Snead[6]; 6. 21H-Dustin Hamelmann[8]; 7. 54-Lee Land[10]; 8. 28B-Robby Bias[5]; 9. 76-Ruben Morris[2]; 10. E53-Evan Cundell[7]; 11. 33-Emma Graham[11]; 12. 29-Blake Scott[4]; 13. 33K-Jack Kassik[13]; 14. 9A-Austin Lewis[3]

Race 236 - E4 (8 Laps): 1. 28P-Bradley Fezard[4]; 2. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[6]; 3. 17H-Robert Harbert[3]; 4. 20B-Chase Bolf[11]; 5. 44C-Cheyenne Potter[2]; 6. 9X-Casey Bauman[5]; 7. 77M-Michael Brunker[1]; 8. 21W-Will Perdue[7]; 9. 21R-Riley Reed[9]; 10. 76J-Jarrett Hatch[14]; 11. 66-Jayden Clay[10]; 12. 6T-Robert Tidabach[13]; 13. 9M-Matt Moore[8]; 14. 4B-Brandt Twitty[12]

Race 237 - E5 (8 Laps): 1. R7-Kyle Spence[6]; 2. 131-Dusty Young[5]; 3. 98A-Abby Hohlbein[3]; 4. 35-Logan Calderwood[7]; 5. 49R-Dillan Randall[1]; 6. 4-Brett Combs[2]; 7. 49-Ace Moore[4]; 8. 29A-Austin Stone[8]; 9. 29W-Mike Walling[9]; 10. 00G-Milton Goolsby[10]; 11. 15B-Brock Cottrell[11]; 12. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[12]; 13. 41B-Cody Bryson[13]; 14. 29X-Mason Daugherty[14]

Race 238 - E6 (8 Laps): 1. 36E-Blake Edwards[12]; 2. 87K-Kelvin Lewis[10]; 3. 27J-Jason Wilson[9]; 4. 5M-Kevin Morris[3]; 5. 23C-Cierra Wullenwaber[1]; 6. 14M-Cannon McIntosh[7]; 7. 17K-Braden Knipmeyer[11]; 8. 34-KJ Snow[4]; 9. 99M-Mason Seubert[5]; 10. 22D-Peter Walker[14]; 11. 69-Robert Burnett[13]; 12. 101-Easton Lebo[8]; 13. 60-Robert Lee[6]; 14. 31-Chad Lobb[2]

Race 239 - E7 (8 Laps): 1. 10-Patrick Lundy[1]; 2. 777-David Conley Sr[9]; 3. 11M-Lawrence Mann Jr[7]; 4. 9L-Laramie Freeny[6]; 5. 29M-Dylan Menditto[2]; 6. 49Z-Zak Moore[4]; 7. 15D-Dylan Schaadt[10]; 8. 55-Allen Saine[5]; 9. C71-Carter Jensrud[12]; 10. 22B-Mikey Byford[14]; 11. 10J-Dominic Gorden[3]; 12. 58-Carl Lebo[11]; 13. 11L-Laydon Pearson[13]; 14. 99X-Chris Russell[8]

Race 240 - E8 (8 Laps): 1. 20D-Brennan Rogers[2]; 2. 47K-Cory Kelley[7]; 3. 41T-Tanner Dunlap[3]; 4. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[11]; 5. 1S-Ryan Carter[13]; 6. 44-Kashton Denton[1]; 7. A51-Jason Trosper[4]; 8. 172-Greg Reynolds[8]; 9. 98E-Ed Libonati[12]; 10. 18J-Steve Finn[10]; 11. 77-Ryan Sullivan[6]; 12. 22C-John Campbell[9]; 13. 17J-Jacob Johnston[14]; 14. 14T-Tony Morris[5]

D-Features (Top 2 to corresponding C-Feature)

Race 241 - D1 (10 Laps): 1. 97-Scotty Milan[3]; 2. 35S-Aubrey Smith[7]; 3. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[13]; 4. 10T-Talin Turner[8]; 5. 43E-Eddie Hamblen[1]; 6. 08G-Stefen Sidur[12]; 7. 126-Autumn Criste[6]; 8. 16-Randy Sims[11]; 9. 95X-Jeff Cox[4]; 10. 90-Bobby Wofford Jr[9]; 11. 14F-Tylin Trammell[5]; 12. 41H-Colton Hardy[2]; 13. 8-Josh Marcham[10]; 14. 23-Alec Quiggle[14]

Race 242 - D2 (10 Laps): 1. 81-Frank Flud[2]; 2. 74-Xavier Doney[7]; 3. 71H-Mason Hannagan[5]; 4. 130-Jacob Barton[12]; 5. 99W-Camden Winter[13]; 6. 05-Joshua Spatola[9]; 7. 38R-Riley Osantowski[14]; 8. 17D-Dave Nicholson[11]; 9. 35G-Gaige Weldon[8]; 10. 7V-Logan Reynolds[3]; 11. 5T-Tanner Anderson[4]; 12. 51X-Joshua Huish[6]; 13. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[10]; 14. 22X-Daniel Robinson[1]

Race 243 - D3 (10 Laps): 1. 88J-Joey Amantea[7]; 2. 15E-Matt Ebarb[2]; 3. 23K-Jordan Kluver[3]; 4. 57-Jacob Lucas[13]; 5. 91J-Jaxon Brenning[10]; 6. 188-Blake Moeller[12]; 7. 27L-Nate Lauderbaugh[11]; 8. 2M-Gray Leadbetter[14]; 9. 14Z-Junior Ankiewicz[6]; 10. 24S-Colby Sokol[1]; 11. 12G-William Conner[4]; 12. 9E-Kinzer Edwards[5]; 13. 13R-Norman Harley Rose[9]; 14. 73-Jason McDougal[8]

Race 244 - D4 (10 Laps): 1. 71M-Gavin Miller[5]; 2. 4A-Eric Ankiewicz[7]; 3. 28P-Bradley Fezard[13]; 4. 10D-Devon Debrick[6]; 5. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[14]; 6. 97X-Damian Norbury[11]; 7. 07-Allard Rains III[1]; 8. 6D-Daryl Gates[9]; 9. 2H-Emilio Hoover[10]; 10. 5B-Cade Bierman[4]; 11. 51C-David Conley Jr[2]; 12. 5-Bradley Huish[12]; 13. 52B-Brianna Lawson[8]; 14. 4D-Brent Shoemaker[3]

Race 245 - D5 (10 Laps): 1. 36S-Darren Stewart[5]; 2. 99E-Eastin Ashbrooke[3]; 3. 10K-Koda Oller[2]; 4. R7-Kyle Spence[13]; 5. 35B-Dwayne Benson[10]; 6. 14E-Mariah Ede[1]; 7. 131-Dusty Young[14]; 8. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[11]; 9. 19-Nigel Calvert[8]; 10. 16M-Darrius Myers[9]; 11. 36A-Tuesday Calderwood[12]; 12. 12X-Cody Christensen[7]; 13. 47-Austin Helt[6]; 14. 77A-Preston Norbury[4]

Race 246 - D6 (10 Laps): 1. 17Q-Quinn Jones[6]; 2. 36E-Blake Edwards[13]; 3. 23L-Tyler LaPointe[7]; 4. 45A-Eli Adams[4]; 5. 12M-Shawn Marquez Jr[3]; 6. 3D-Caleb Debem[1]; 7. 67S-Grant Stocker[12]; 8. 87K-Kelvin Lewis[14]; 9. 55S-Grady Smith[9]; 10. 31W-Tanner Berryhill[8]; 11. 74N-Natalie Doney[11]; 12. 52L-Cameron La Rose[2]; 13. 19E-Billy Lawless[5]; 14. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[10]

Race 247 - D7 (10 Laps): 1. Z71-Michael Nolf[3]; 2. 88-Austin Torgerson[7]; 3. 12P-Quinn Roberts[2]; 4. 88R-Ryder Laplante[8]; 5. 777-David Conley Sr[14]; 6. 10-Patrick Lundy[13]; 7. 01J-Kory Lira[12]; 8. 59T-Richie Harvey[11]; 9. 88P-Tony Penick[5]; 10. 72A-Alex Karpowicz[9]; 11. 83-Coltin Strickland[1]; 12. 78J-Joe Askew[4]; 13. 3L-Jack Lobin[10]; 14. 8P-Caleb Pence[6]

Race 248 - D8 (10 Laps): 1. 24T-Glenn James Bratti II[5]; 2. 47K-Cory Kelley[14]; 3. 122-Lane Warner[4]; 4. 5X-Reece Shelton[3]; 5. 20D-Brennan Rogers[13]; 6. 15-Brody Brown[6]; 7. 1R-Steve Roberts[10]; 8. 2L-Austin Lambert[2]; 9. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[9]; 10. 11K-Kayla Martin[12]; 11. 3R-Trenton Rivera[11]; 12. 300-Darren Cole[7]; 13. 6-Mark Martin[8]; 14. 16S-Seth Shebester[1]

C-Features (Top 2 to corresponding B-Feature)

Race 249 - C1 (10 Laps): 1. 7B-Aidan Borden[3]; 2. 12C-Chase Spicola[4]; 3. 120-Bobby Bazan[5]; 4. 83W-Brant Woods[7]; 5. 97-Scotty Milan[13]; 6. 35S-Aubrey Smith[14]; 7. 68-Landon Ellis[1]; 8. 54X-David Taft[8]; 9. 14N-Grant Sexton[6]; 10. 10W-Bradyn Warren[9]; 11. 67-Randy Wagnon Jr[2]; 12. 50-Jacob Severn[12]; 13. 66J-Holden Jennings[10]; 14. 19J-Justin Robison[11]

Race 250 - C2 (10 Laps): 1. 321-Chad Winfrey[1]; 2. 09-Justin Patocka[3]; 3. 5A-Ava Gropp[2]; 4. 55C-Trevor Cline[6]; 5. 81-Frank Flud[13]; 6. U2-Ryan Cotney[4]; 7. 22M-Sammy McNabb[11]; 8. 74-Xavier Doney[14]; 9. 13G-Elijah Gile[10]; 10. 48X-Dylan Hull[12]; 11. 10P-Brian Potter[5]; 12. 117-Cody Dons[8]; 13. 16C-Cody Parmley[9]; 14. 96C-Cameron Counter[7]

Race 251 - C3 (10 Laps): 1. 7N-Darin Naida[2]; 2. 86C-Kyle Thompson[4]; 3. 93R-Raleigh Shepherd[1]; 4. 83V-Tim Vaught[12]; 5. 5K-Gavan Boschele[8]; 6. 38M-Tres Mehler[3]; 7. 16F-Matthew Francis[7]; 8. 59-Brody Mclaughlin[5]; 9. 85J-Logan Julien[10]; 10. 88J-Joey Amantea[13]; 11. 15E-Matt Ebarb[14]; 12. 02A-Brian Guthery[11]; 13. 39-Russ Disinger[9]; 14. 007-Cody Carter[6]

Race 252 - C4 (10 Laps): 1. 87C-Chase Randall[3]; 2. 36K-Kevin Thomas Jr[7]; 3. 3Z-Trey Zorn[5]; 4. 71M-Gavin Miller[13]; 5. 1P-Kaylee Bryson[1]; 6. 628-Jacob Ruppe[9]; 7. 14C-Chelby Hinton[8]; 8. 15V-Cole Vanderheiden[2]; 9. 74C-Sheldon Creed[4]; 10. 4A-Eric Ankiewicz[14]; 11. 25B-Chevy Boyer[12]; 12. 30-John Crowder[11]; 13. 1K-Kortland Stephens[6]; 14. 3J-Jimmy Leal[10]

Race 253 - C5 (10 Laps): 1. 15N-Neal Allison[5]; 2. 57T-Chase Cabre[9]; 3. 10H-Thomas Hassler[4]; 4. 99E-Eastin Ashbrooke[14]; 5. 36S-Darren Stewart[13]; 6. 20Q-Brecken Reese[2]; 7. 51-Kyle Busch[12]; 8. 14$-Shawn Bloomquist[6]; 9. 23M-Garrett Massey[8]; 10. 111-Mark Reynolds[3]; 11. 1T-Taylor Whitefield[10]; 12. 08B-Bobby McIntosh[11]; 13. 38X-Kyle Gray[7]; 14. 110-Karter Battarbee[1]

Race 254 - C6 (10 Laps): 1. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[1]; 2. 77E-Cole Esgar[3]; 3. 11G-Brandon Rose[4]; 4. 3T-Trevor McIntire[6]; 5. 71T-Tim Buckwalter[8]; 6. 36E-Blake Edwards[14]; 7. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[5]; 8. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[11]; 9. 15C-Blake Clouser[7]; 10. 17Q-Quinn Jones[13]; 11. 61-Chris Parmley[12]; 12. 25S-Justis Sokol[10]; 13. 17B-Billy Briscoe[2]; 14. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[9]

Race 255 - C7 (10 Laps): 1. 82-Austin Saunders[2]; 2. Z71-Michael Nolf[13]; 3. 5G-Heath Hehnley[6]; 4. 297-Dillon Berglan[1]; 5. 17S-Baron Silva[7]; 6. 3-Cole Schroeder[8]; 7. 45D-Seth Duty[9]; 8. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[4]; 9. 21C-Chase Howard[12]; 10. 3W-Kirk Berkley[3]; 11. 18T-John Ferry III[5]; 12. 2N-Dawson Nunnenkamp[11]; 13. 1Z-Hailie Deegan[10]; 14. 88-Austin Torgerson[14]

Race 256 - C8 (10 Laps): 1. 33B-Cody Barnes[2]; 2. 75-Blayne Buntin[8]; 3. 3H-Will Scribner[5]; 4. 3E-Ethan Wicker[10]; 5. 11X-Brent Crews[11]; 6. 40G-Jason Gariss[1]; 7. 47K-Cory Kelley[14]; 8. 27-Jace Alvarez[3]; 9. 38J-Jackson Frisbie[6]; 10. 22T-Robert Turner[12]; 11. 28G-Garrett Bias[9]; 12. 24T-Glenn James Bratti II[13]; 13. 14B-Ethan Burdett[7]; 14. 1-Brenham Crouch[4]

Qualifiers (Top 16 in combined passing points from Heats & Qualifiers advance to Saturday night's A Main)

Race 271 - Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 13J-Mitchel Moles[2]; 2. 41-Logan Rumsey[1]; 3. 6W-Colin White[3]; 4. 56-Jace Park[6]; 5. 1C-Connor Lee[8]; 6. 13M-Brett Moffitt[12]; 7. 14J-Jade Avedisian[5]; 8. 32T-Trey Marcham[4]; 9. 3G-Jesse Maurer[9]; 10. 02-Ashton Torgerson[7]; 11. 21J-Kameron Key[11]; 12. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[10]; 13. 5P-Austin Shores[13]; 14. (DNS) 14-Blake Battles

Race 272 - Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 14A-Braden Chiaramonte[1]; 2. 3M-Collin Mitchell[2]; 3. 4X-Tyler Courtney[4]; 4. 13Z-Ricky Thornton Jr[3]; 5. 17-Quinton Benson[7]; 6. 21A-Caleb Stelzig[8]; 7. 14Y-Tyler Smith[5]; 8. 11C-Darren Brown[9]; 9. 33W-Rece Wommack[6]; 10. 36J-Kyle Jones[14]; 11. 12V-Cole Bodine[11]; 12. 12-Jason Tyer[13]; 13. 51G-Grant Schaadt[12]; 14. 20-James Andrichuk[10]

Race 273 - Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 2W-Austin Wood[1]; 2. 14R-Jake Nail[2]; 3. 195-Steven Snyder Jr[4]; 4. 79-Ron Dennis[13]; 5. 73C-Carsen Perkins[9]; 6. 36C-Kris Carroll[6]; 7. 13S-Danny Buccafusca[14]; 8. 12H-Cole Hocker[8]; 9. 10S-Brandon Shaw[3]; 10. 29L-Jase Randolph[5]; 11. 78B-Brody Wake[10]; 12. 14H-Michael Faccinto[7]; 13. 45-Bradley Cox[12]

Race 274 - Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 13A-Emerson Axsom[3]; 2. 570-Prestyn Brown[6]; 3. 15T-Ryan Timms[1]; 4. 121-Caeden Steele[2]; 5. 08-Jace McIntosh[5]; 6. 75K-Kale Drake[10]; 7. 36-Kevin Reed[8]; 8. 5S-Gunnar Setser[4]; 9. 2P-Chase Porter[11]; 10. 21G-Garth Kasiner[7]; 11. 9-Keith McIntyre Jr[12]; 12. 1F-Jason Friesen[13]; 13. 71K-Christopher Bell[9]; 14. 37-Wade Olmsted[14]

Race 275 - Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 2-Travis Sullivan[1]; 2. 12T-Trey Robb[2]; 3. 10X-Kole Kirkman[4]; 4. 22R-Gage Laney[9]; 5. 38-Karson Battarbee[8]; 6. 4H-Spencer Hill[6]; 7. 77R-Robbie Smith[3]; 8. 144-Damon Paul[14]; 9. 7H-Skylar Hunter[13]; 10. 9B-Brad Sutton[7]; 11. 33T-Ty Nevins[12]; 12. 01-Weldon Buford[10]; 13. 114-Jadon Rogers[5]; 14. 63-Cody Key[11]

Race 276 - Qualifier 6 (10 Laps): 1. 51K-Caleb Martin[1]; 2. 20R-Alex Bright[4]; 3. 6B-Blake Parmley[2]; 4. 10B-Brock Berreth[3]; 5. 24G-Greyson Springer[5]; 6. 7S-Kaden Smith[6]; 7. 51B-Joe B Miller[12]; 8. 1H-Bob Hentschel[9]; 9. 67J-JJ Loss[11]; 10. 3X-Cole Roberts[13]; 11. 21-Tanner Johnson[8]; 12. 3A-Drake Edwards[10]; 13. 1X-Brady Ross[7]; 14. 48-Hunter Kohn[14]

Race 277 - Qualifier 7 (10 Laps): 1. 11S-Shawn Mahaffey[3]; 2. 1W-Weston Gorham[2]; 3. 41J-Caden Kvapil[1]; 4. 25-Maverick Elkins[4]; 5. 3C-Cale Coons[7]; 6. 20S-Shon Deskins[5]; 7. 8R-Ryker Pace[10]; 8. 17P-Seth Pugh[8]; 9. 98-James Roselli[11]; 10. 7-Nick Skias[12]; 11. 42-Eric Jennings[9]; 12. 95-Paige Moss[14]; 13. 1U-Cameron Paul[13]; 14. 7K-Mason Keefer[6]

Race 278 - Qualifier 8 (10 Laps): 1. 25A-Anton Hernandez[2]; 2. 88C-Dominic Carter[1]; 3. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[5]; 4. 21K-Thomas Kunsman[9]; 5. 99K-Seth Stenzel[3]; 6. 12J-Jeffrey Newell[7]; 7. 83K-Colin Kirby[10]; 8. 12B-Brandon Boggs[13]; 9. 1V-Johnny Boland[8]; 10. 22-Curtis Jones[11]; 11. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[14]; 12. 3B-Stone Sharpe[6]; 13. 22U-Todd Uber[4]; 14. 10A-Jonathan Beason[12]

B-Features (Top 2 advance to the LCQ)

Race 309 - B1 (12 Laps): 1. 6W-Colin White[1]; 2. 02-Ashton Torgerson[9]; 3. 1C-Connor Lee[3]; 4. 7B-Aidan Borden[13]; 5. 45-Bradley Cox[12]; 6. 12C-Chase Spicola[14]; 7. 88C-Dominic Carter[2]; 8. 12-Jason Tyer[10]; 9. 12J-Jeffrey Newell[5]; 10. 3B-Stone Sharpe[11]; 11. 36J-Kyle Jones[7]; 12. 75K-Kale Drake[4]; 13. 33W-Rece Wommack[8]; 14. 36-Kevin Reed[6]

Race 310 - B2 (12 Laps): 1. 14Y-Tyler Smith[6]; 2. 14R-Jake Nail[1]; 3. 1V-Johnny Boland[8]; 4. 2P-Chase Porter[7]; 5. 12B-Brandon Boggs[5]; 6. 51G-Grant Schaadt[11]; 7. 9-Keith McIntyre Jr[9]; 8. 13Z-Ricky Thornton Jr[2]; 9. 99K-Seth Stenzel[4]; 10. 321-Chad Winfrey[13]; 11. 09-Justin Patocka[14]; 12. 41J-Caden Kvapil[3]; 13. 1F-Jason Friesen[10]; 14. 37-Wade Olmsted[12]

Race 311 - B3 (12 Laps): 1. 21K-Thomas Kunsman[1]; 2. 51B-Joe B Miller[4]; 3. 38-Karson Battarbee[3]; 4. 67J-JJ Loss[7]; 5. 56-Jace Park[2]; 6. 7N-Darin Naida[13]; 7. 3G-Jesse Maurer[8]; 8. 8R-Ryker Pace[6]; 9. 5P-Austin Shores[11]; 10. 86C-Kyle Thompson[14]; 11. 22U-Todd Uber[10]; 12. 83K-Colin Kirby[5]; 13. 33T-Ty Nevins[9]; 14. 48-Hunter Kohn[12]

Race 312 - B4 (12 Laps): 1. 12T-Trey Robb[1]; 2. 87C-Chase Randall[13]; 3. 6B-Blake Parmley[2]; 4. 22-Curtis Jones[8]; 5. 36K-Kevin Thomas Jr[12]; 6. 1U-Cameron Paul[11]; 7. 12V-Cole Bodine[9]; 8. 20S-Shon Deskins[5]; 9. 21A-Caleb Stelzig[4]; 10. 36C-Kris Carroll[6]; 11. 98-James Roselli[7]; 12. 32T-Trey Marcham[3]; 13. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[10]; 14. (DNS) 10A-Jonathan Beason

Race 313 - B5 (12 Laps): 1. 10B-Brock Berreth[2]; 2. 71K-Christopher Bell[11]; 3. 4H-Spencer Hill[5]; 4. 08-Jace McIntosh[4]; 5. 2F-Jadyn Friesen[3]; 6. 1W-Weston Gorham[1]; 7. 7H-Skylar Hunter[6]; 8. 15N-Neal Allison[13]; 9. 29L-Jase Randolph[9]; 10. 17P-Seth Pugh[7]; 11. 78B-Brody Wake[10]; 12. 57T-Chase Cabre[12]; 13. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[8]; 14. 14-Blake Battles[14]

Race 314 - B6 (12 Laps): 1. 17-Quinton Benson[2]; 2. 13M-Brett Moffitt[1]; 3. 24G-Greyson Springer[3]; 4. 01-Weldon Buford[8]; 5. 14H-Michael Faccinto[9]; 6. 14J-Jade Avedisian[5]; 7. 7S-Kaden Smith[4]; 8. 21G-Garth Kasiner[6]; 9. 77E-Cole Esgar[11]; 10. 21-Tanner Johnson[7]; 11. 60-Robert Lee[10]; 12. (DNS) 14Q-Jake Hagopian; 13. (DNS) 63-Cody Key; 14. (DQ) 3X-Cole Roberts[14]

Race 315 - B7 (12 Laps): 1. 11C-Darren Brown[6]; 2. 25-Maverick Elkins[1]; 3. 13S-Danny Buccafusca[4]; 4. 73C-Carsen Perkins[2]; 5. 121-Caeden Steele[3]; 6. 114-Jadon Rogers[11]; 7. 3A-Drake Edwards[10]; 8. 9B-Brad Sutton[8]; 9. Z71-Michael Nolf[14]; 10. 12H-Cole Hocker[7]; 11. 21J-Kameron Key[9]; 12. 20-James Andrichuk[12]; 13. 5S-Gunnar Setser[5]; 14. 82-Austin Saunders[13]

Race 316 - B8 (12 Laps): 1. 41-Logan Rumsey[1]; 2. 144-Damon Paul[4]; 3. 7-Nick Skias[8]; 4. 15T-Ryan Timms[2]; 5. 75-Blayne Buntin[14]; 6. 77R-Robbie Smith[5]; 7. 3C-Cale Coons[3]; 8. 95-Paige Moss[10]; 9. 7K-Mason Keefer[12]; 10. 33B-Cody Barnes[13]; 11. 1H-Bob Hentschel[6]; 12. 42-Eric Jennings[9]; 13. 1X-Brady Ross[11]; 14. 10S-Brandon Shaw[7]

LCQ (Top 8 advance to the A-Feature)

Race 349 - LCQ (12 Laps): 1. 21K-Thomas Kunsman[2]; 2. 6W-Colin White[1]; 3. 41-Logan Rumsey[4]; 4. 17-Quinton Benson[6]; 5. 10B-Brock Berreth[5]; 6. 11C-Darren Brown[8]; 7. 14Y-Tyler Smith[7]; 8. 14R-Jake Nail[9]; 9. 12T-Trey Robb[3]; 10. 71K-Christopher Bell[15]; 11. 51B-Joe B Miller[12]; 12. 02-Ashton Torgerson[14]; 13. 25-Maverick Elkins[10]; 14. 13M-Brett Moffitt[11]; 15. 144-Damon Paul[13]; 16. 87C-Chase Randall[16]

A-Feature

Race 354 - A Main (30 Laps): 1. 13A-Emerson Axsom[1]; 2. 20R-Alex Bright[2]; 3. 11S-Shawn Mahaffey[3]; 4. 79-Ron Dennis[4]; 5. 21K-Thomas Kunsman[17]; 6. 195-Steven Snyder Jr[8]; 7. 570-Prestyn Brown[7]; 8. 3M-Collin Mitchell[15]; 9. 14A-Braden Chiaramonte[11]; 10. 14Y-Tyler Smith[23]; 11. 10B-Brock Berreth[21]; 12. 25A-Anton Hernandez[9]; 13. 11C-Darren Brown[22]; 14. 22R-Gage Laney[16]; 15. 51K-Caleb Martin[14]; 16. 17-Quinton Benson[20]; 17. 6W-Colin White[18]; 18. 2-Travis Sullivan[13]; 19. 2W-Austin Wood[12]; 20. 41-Logan Rumsey[19]; 21. 14R-Jake Nail[24]; 22. 4X-Tyler Courtney[6]; 23. 10X-Kole Kirkman[10]; 24. (DQ) 13J-Mitchel Moles[5] ***Moles disqualified for failing to report to tech.



 

 

37th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout Off And Running

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (December 29, 2021) Wrapping up the opening 118 races of the 37th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout on Wednesday, racing included four of the six classes featured in this year’s record-breaking event.

A quick look back at Wednesday action, 22 drivers took multiple Heat Race wins, with Oregon’s Ashton Torgerson atop the count at three, with wins in Outlaw, Outlaw Non-Wing, and A-Class. Heat Race winners represented eleven states (AL, CA, CO, IN, LA, MO, OK, OR, PA, TX, WA) with the highest win count going to California at four drivers collecting a combined eight victories. Oklahoma, Indiana, and Texas drivers followed with each state collecting six wins among three drivers.

Clicking off both Outlaw divisions, as well as Restricted A-Class and A-Class, things restart on Thursday, December 30 at 9:00 A.M. with 42 Stock Non-Wing Heat Race first on the card. Through Thursday, events are slated to run to Race No. 232.

The remaining schedule for the 37th annual Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout is as follows:

Thursday Schedule:

Heat Races (8 laps):

119-160: Stock Non-Wing (42)
161-172: Junior Sprints (12)

E (8 Laps), D & C Mains (10 Laps):
173-180: Outlaw Non-Wing E Mains (8 – 2 Advance to D Mains)
181-188: Outlaw Non-Wing D Mains (8 – 2 Advance to C Mains)
189-196: Outlaw Non-Wing C Mains (8 – 2 Advance to B Mains)
198-204: A Class Winged E Mains (8 – 2 Advance to D Mains)
205-212: A Class Winged D Mains (8 – 2 Advance to C Mains)
213-220: A Class Winged C Mains (8 – 2 Advance to B Mains)
221-224: Outlaw Winged D Mains (4 – 4 Advance to B Mains)
225-232: Outlaw Winged C Mains (8 – 2 Advance to B Mains)

Friday Schedule:

E, D &C Mains (10 Laps):
233-240: Stock Non-Wing E Mains (8 – 2 Advance to D Mains)
241-248: Stock Non-Wing D Mains (8 – 2 Advance to C Mains)
249-256: Stock Non-Wing C Mains (8 – 2 Advance to B Mains)

Qualifying Races (10 Laps):
257-264: Outlaw Non-Wing (8)
265-270: Junior Sprints (6)
271-278: Stock Non-Wing (8)
279-284: Restricted A Class (6)
285-292: Outlaw Winged (8)
293-300: A Class Winged (8)

B Mains:
301-308: Outlaw Non-Wing (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ)
309-316: Stock Non-Wing (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ)

Saturday Schedule:

B Mains (and Jr Sprint C Mains):
317-324: A Class Winged (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ)
325-328: Junior Sprints C MAINS (10 Laps: 4 – Top 2 from each Advance to B Mains)
329-332: Junior Sprints (10 Laps: 4 – Top 2 from each Advance to A Main)
333-340: Outlaw Winged (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ)
341-348: Restricted A Class (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ)

Last Chance A Main Qualifiers (12 Laps):
349: Stock Non-Wing (Top 8 Advance to A Main)
350: Outlaw Non-Wing (Top 8 Advance to A Main)
351: Restricted A Class (Top 8 Advance to A Main)
352: A Class Winged (Top 8 Advance to A Main)
353: Outlaw Winged (Top 8 Advance to A Main)

Championship A Mains:
354: Stock Non-Wing (30 Laps)
355: Junior Sprints (20 Laps)
356: Outlaw Non-Wing (30 Laps)
357: Restricted A Class (25 Laps)
358: A Class Winged (30 Laps)
359: Outlaw Winged (55 Laps)

Fans who cannot attend the 37th annual Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout can see every lap of action on http://www.floracing.com.

The Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout takes place at the Tulsa Expo Raceway, located inside the SageNet Center in Tulsa, Okla. More information on the event will be released as the event draws closer. All official rules, event information, and dates are online at http://www.tulsashootout.com. Fans can also follow the Tulsa Shootout at https://www.facebook.com/TulsaShootout and on Twitter (@TulsaShootout).

Race Results:

37th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout
Tulsa Expo Raceway (Tulsa, Okla.)
Wednesday, December 29, 2021

Top 112 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 8 Qualifying Races

Non-Wing Outlaw

Race 1 (8 Laps): 1. 20T-Ricky Thornton Jr[1]; 2. 14N-Grant Sexton[3]; 3. 08-Santino Ferrucci[4]; 4. 12J-Jeffrey Newell[10]; 5. 57K-Kyle Chady[8]; 6. 91J-Jaxon Brenning[5]; 7. 08G-Stefan Sidur[7]; 8. 78-Ethan Ayars[6]; 9. 2P-Chase Porter[9]; 10. 4D-Brent Shoemaker[2]

Race 2 (8 Laps): 1. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[1]; 2. 71T-Tim Buckwalter[4]; 3. 72-Jesse Maurer[2]; 4. 5G-Heath Hehnley[7]; 5. 14R-Jake Nail[10]; 6. 7N-Darin Naida[6]; 7. 44T-Austin Taborski[8]; 8. 14B-Ethan Burdett[5]; 9. 16-Randy Sims[9]; 10. 15D-Dylan Schaadt[3]

Race 3 (8 Laps): 1. 8G-Tyler Smith[3]; 2. 78J-Joe Askew[1]; 3. 120-Bobby Bazan[2]; 4. 14-Blake Battles[7]; 5. 59T-Richie Harvey[6]; 6. 19-Sam Johnson[9]; 7. 88P-Tony Penick[10]; 8. Z78-Zach Drummond[5]; 9. 67-Randy Wagnon Jr[8]; 10. A51-Jason Trosper[4]

Race 4 (8 Laps): 1. 97-Scotty Milan[2]; 2. 8P-Caleb Pence[4]; 3. 24S-Colby Sokol[6]; 4. 5X-Reece Shelton[8]; 5. 75X-James Morris[10]; 6. R7-Kyle Spence[9]; 7. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[1]; 8. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[3]; 9. 68-Landon Ellis[5]; 10. 4-Garrett Twitty[7]

Race 5 (8 Laps): 1. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[1]; 2. 57T-Chase Cabre[2]; 3. 1-Brenham Crouch[4]; 4. 05R-Brandon Riveira[7]; 5. 3A-Drake Edwards[5]; 6. 25-Maverick Elkins[8]; 7. 54X-David Taft[6]; 8. 43E-Eddie Hamblen[10]; 9. 21G-Garth Kasiner[3]; 10. 77A-Preston Norbury[9]

Race 6 (8 Laps): 1. 39-Russ Disinger[3]; 2. 51K-Caleb Martin[5]; 3. 10H-Thomas Hassler[4]; 4. 1W-Weston Gorham[10]; 5. 51G-Grant Schaadt[8]; 6. 12B-Brandon Boggs[9]; 7. 22M-Sammy McNabb[2]; 8. 21W-Will Perdue[6]; 9. 126-Autumn Criste[1]; 10. 29L-Jase Randolph[7]

Race 7 (8 Laps): 1. 11J-Cameron Paul[3]; 2. 2L-Austin Lambert[7]; 3. 6B-Blake Parmley[2]; 4. 19J-Justin Robison[6]; 5. 40G-Jason Gariss[4]; 6. 29W-Mike Walling[5]; 7. 74N-Natalie Doney[10]; 8. 35G-Gaige Weldon[9]; 9. 60-Robert Lee[8]; 10. 1X-Brady Ross[1]

Race 8 (8 Laps): 1. 67J-JJ Loss[1]; 2. 20R-Alex Bright[9]; 3. 2F-Jadyn Friesen[6]; 4. 14E-Mariah Ede[4]; 5. 8R-Ryker Pace[5]; 6. 17J-Jacob Johnston[2]; 7. 9A-Austin Lewis[3]; 8. 61-Chris Parmley[8]; 9. 97X-Damian Norbury[10]; 10. 95A-Eli Adams[7]

Race 9 (8 Laps): 1. 5E-Bobby Elliott[2]; 2. 99X-Chris Russell[1]; 3. 57-Jacob Lucas[7]; 4. 5-Bradley Huish[4]; 5. 7L-Logan Trevino[3]; 6. 20S-Shon Deskins[8]; 7. 130-Jacob Barton[10]; 8. 144-Damon Paul[9]; 9. 7V-Logan Reynolds[6]; 10. 48-Hunter Kohn[5]

Race 10 (8 Laps): 1. 21K-Thomas Kunsman[3]; 2. 29X-Mason Daugherty[4]; 3. 2N-Dawson Nunnenkamp[1]; 4. 7S-Kaden Smith[7]; 5. 9K-Eddie Ramsey[6]; 6. 49-Max Mittry[8]; 7. 9L-Laramie Freeny[10]; 8. 47-Austin Helt[9]; 9. 55-Allen Saine[2]; 10. 33X-Evan Harvey[5]

Race 11 (8 Laps): 1. 11C-Darren Brown[1]; 2. 7B-Aidan Borden[5]; 3. 27M-Jace McIntosh[8]; 4. 82-Austin Saunders[10]; 5. 29-Blake Scott[2]; 6. 13M-Brett Moffitt[4]; 7. 75-Blayne Buntin[6]; 8. 73J-Jadon Rogers[7]; 9. 3X-Cole Roberts[9]; 10. 9M-Matt Moore[3]

Race 12 (8 Laps): 1. 02-Ashton Torgerson[5]; 2. 12V-Cole Bodine[6]; 3. 3M-Collin Mitchell[8]; 4. 7H-Skylar Hunter[4]; 5. 27H-Brandon Shaw[9]; 6. 44E-Eric Ankiewicz[3]; 7. 85J-Logan Julien[10]; 8. 09-Justin Patocka[7]; 9. 9X-Casey Bauman[1]; 10. 8B-Mickey Bullock[2]

Race 13 (8 Laps): 1. 1V-Johnny Boland[2]; 2. 9B-Brad Sutton[1]; 3. 93-Matthew Riggs Carr[6]; 4. 22-Curtis Jones[4]; 5. 1F-Jason Friesen[8]; 6. 18T-John Ferry III[5]; 7. 31W-Tanner Berryhill[3]; 8. 117-James Scott[9]; 9. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[10]; 10. 38-Karson Battarbee[7]

Race 14 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[10]; 2. 51B-Joe B Miller[8]; 3. 10K-Koda Oller[3]; 4. Z17-Michael Nolf[5]; 5. 47H-Hunter Wise[9]; 6. 72A-Alex Karpowicz[2]; 7. 23C-Josh Castro[7]; 8. 21T-Dylan Kadous[6]; 9. 25J-Delaney Jost[4]; 10. 17L-Lonnie Fraley[1]

Race 15 (8 Laps): 1. 11X-Brent Crews[3]; 2. 23-Alec Quiggle[5]; 3. 74C-Sheldon Creed[2]; 4. 22X-Daniel Robinson[8]; 5. 24T-Glenn James Bratti II[6]; 6. 17M-Johnny Mordock[10]; 7. 38J-Jackson Frisbie[4]; 8. 16C-Cody Parmley[1]; 9. 8H-Matthew Howard[7]; 10. 2V-DJ Vanderley[9]

Race 16 (8 Laps): 1. 36J-Kyle Jones[9]; 2. 121-Caeden Steele[5]; 3. 52L-Cameron La Rose[7]; 4. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[1]; 5. U2-Ryan Cotney[8]; 6. 2M-Gray Leadbetter[4]; 7. 15E-Matt Ebarb[10]; 8. 3L-Jack Lobin[3]; 9. 95-Paige Moss[6]; 10. 58-Carl Lebo[2]

Race 17 (8 Laps): 1. 14H-Michael Faccinto[4]; 2. 4N-Ryan Winter[2]; 3. 21L-Brady Bacon[5]; 4. 16S-Seth Shebester[10]; 5. 52B-Brianna Lawson[1]; 6. 11K-Kayla Martin[6]; 7. 18J-Steve Finn[3]; 8. 28G-Garrett Bias[9]; 9. 19G-Bubba Gatewood[8]; 10. 44-Kashton Denton[7]

Race 18 (8 Laps): 1. 51-Kyle Busch[8]; 2. 38K-Kyle Gray[1]; 3. 24G-Greyson Springer[4]; 4. 17-Quinton Benson[3]; 5. 23K-Jordan Kluver[2]; 6. 19E-Billy Lawless[5]; 7. 69-Robert Burnett[6]; 8. 54-Lee Land[9]; 9. 35-Logan Calderwood[7]; 10. 22T-Robert Turner[10]

Race 19 (8 Laps): 1. 11S-Shawn Mahaffey[6]; 2. 36-Kevin Reed[3]; 3. 3T-Trevor McIntire[4]; 4. 25B-Chevy Boyer[5]; 5. 51X-Joshua Huish[7]; 6. 51C-David Conley Jr[9]; 7. 13R-Norman Harley Rose[1]; 8. 66J-Holden Jennings[2]; 9. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[10]; 10. 25A-Anton Hernandez[8]

Race 20 (8 Laps): 1. 26S-Jonathan Shafer[3]; 2. 07-Allard Rains III[1]; 3. 2-Travis Sullivan[2]; 4. 74-Xavier Doney[4]; 5. 1C-Connor Lee[7]; 6. 86C-Kyle Thompson[6]; 7. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[5]; 8. 99D-Bryant Dawson[9]; 9. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[8]; 10. 76J-Jarrett Hatch[10]

Race 21 (8 Laps): 1. 15C-Blake Clouser[2]; 2. 9H-Kaden Holm[10]; 3. 2W-Austin Wood[4]; 4. 27-Jace Alvarez[1]; 5. 73-Jason McDougal[5]; 6. 131-Dusty Young[9]; 7. 98E-Ed Libonati[8]; 8. 172-Greg Reynolds[7]; 9. 44C-Cheyenne Potter[6]; 10. 48T-Tanner Holm[3]

Race 22 (8 Laps): 1. 3Z-Trey Zorn[3]; 2. 21J-Kameron Key[7]; 3. 570-Prestyn Brown[5]; 4. 35B-Dwayne Benson[4]; 5. 12T-Trey Robb[10]; 6. 88R-Ryder Laplante[9]; 7. 1E-Eric Braundmeier[6]; 8. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[1]; 9. 35R-Rachel Zabawa[8]; 10. 51F-Gary Taylor[2]

Race 23 (8 Laps): 1. 5L-Derek Hagar[3]; 2. 3E-Ethan Wicker[5]; 3. 10J-Dominic Gorden[7]; 4. 12H-Cole Hocker[1]; 5. 11M-Lawrence Mann Jr[2]; 6. 3-Cole Schroeder[9]; 7. 20D-Brennan Rogers[8]; 8. 1H-Bob Hentschel[10]; 9. 31-Chad Lobb[4]; 10. 17H-Robert Harbert[6]

Race 24 (8 Laps): 1. 6W-Colin White[3]; 2. 17B-Jack Hoyer[8]; 3. 32T-Trey Marcham[5]; 4. 101-Easton Lebo[2]; 5. 2G-Brandon Rose[10]; 6. 10-Patrick Lundy[1]; 7. 15B-Brock Cottrell[4]; 8. 1Z-Hailie Deegan[6]; 9. 21H-Dustin Hamelmann[7]; 10. 1M-Mason Hannagan[9]

Race 25 (8 Laps): 1. 157-Camren Sorrels[3]; 2. 5T-Ryan Timms[7]; 3. 11L-Laydon Pearson[5]; 4. 20-James Andrichuk[1]; 5. 41B-Cody Bryson[6]; 6. 28P-Bradley Fezard[4]; 7. 87-Laine Hite[10]; 8. 34-KJ Snow[8]; 9. 42-Eric Jennings[9]; 10. (DQ) 82H-Hunter Pruitt[2]

Race 26 (8 Laps): 1. 2B-Jonathan Beason[3]; 2. 87C-Chase Randall[2]; 3. 29A-Austin Stone[1]; 4. 5J-Austin Hawkins[4]; 5. 22C-John Campbell[5]; 6. 17P-Seth Pugh[8]; 7. 33W-Rece Wommack[6]; 8. 77-Ryan Sullivan[9]; 9. 36E-Blake Edwards[10]; 10. 1K-Kortland Stephens[7]

Race 27 (8 Laps): 1. 47B-Emerson Axsom[4]; 2. 71K-Christopher Bell[3]; 3. 3B-Stone Sharpe[7]; 4. 5K-Gavan Boschele[6]; 5. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[9]; 6. 188-Blake Moeller[8]; 7. 7T-Derrick Mcgrew Jr[2]; 8. 17T-Kole Kirkman[10]; 9. 10D-Devon Debrick[5]; 10. 14T-Tony Morris[1]

Race 28 (8 Laps): 1. 14C-Chelby Hinton[4]; 2. 88J-Joey Amantea[8]; 3. 2K-Todd Kirkman[6]; 4. 99E-Eastin Ashbrooke[2]; 5. 4B-Brandt Twitty[7]; 6. 300-Darren Cole[9]; 7. 30-John Crowder[10]; 8. 40B-Dylan Beal[3]; 9. 28-Mark Morin[1]; 10. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[5]

Race 29 (8 Laps): 1. 20Q-Brecken Reese[3]; 2. 23L-Tyler LaPointe[1]; 3. 10S-Logan Seavey[8]; 4. 7F-Ryan Frantz[4]; 5. 7-Nick Skias[5]; 6. 41J-Caden Kvapil[7]; 7. 59-Brody Mclaughlin[9]; 8. 3W-Kirk Berkley[6]; 9. 57P-Peter Walker[10]; 10. 1S-Ryan Carter[2]

Race 30 (8 Laps): 1. 110-Karter Battarbee[4]; 2. 71M-Gavin Miller[7]; 3. 16F-Matthew Francis[3]; 4. 4J-Ayden Hare[1]; 5. 93R-Raleigh Shepherd[5]; 6. 08$-Trey Gropp[9]; 7. 41H-Colton Hardy[6]; 8. 24-Jade Avedisian[8]; 9. 40F-Devin Feger[2]; 10. 14W-Dacin Roberson[10]

Race 31 (8 Laps): 1. 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[2]; 2. 77R-Robbie Smith[4]; 3. 50-Jacob Severn[3]; 4. 29T-Tanner Thorson[1]; 5. 83V-Tim Vaught[5]; 6. 321-Chad Winfrey[9]; 7. 35S-Aubrey Smith[6]; 8. 17R-Molly Day[8]; 9. 21C-Chase Howard[7]; 10. (DNS) 3H-Will Scribner

Race 32 (8 Laps): 1. 88C-Dominic Carter[1]; 2. 17S-Baron Silva[5]; 3. 21A-Caleb Stelzig[4]; 4. 10B-Brock Berreth[7]; 5. 48S-William Schleicher[10]; 6. 98-James Roselli[8]; 7. 5A-Ava Gropp[2]; 8. 08K-Cannon McIntosh[3]; 9. 628-Jacob Ruppe[6]; 10. 5M-Kevin Morris[9]

Race 33 (8 Laps): 1. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[5]; 2. 4X-Tyler Courtney[2]; 3. 11T-Tom Curran[9]; 4. 122-Lane Warner[6]; 5. 8-Josh Marcham[10]; 6. 111-Mark Reynolds[1]; 7. 12-Jason Tyer[7]; 8. 9-Keith McIntyre Jr[3]; 9. 29C-Connor Borah[8]; 10. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[4]

Race 34 (8 Laps): 1. 3K-Kris Carroll[3]; 2. 01-Weldon Buford[6]; 3. 88-Austin Torgerson[1]; 4. 3J-Jimmy Leal[9]; 5. 79-Ron Dennis[7]; 6. 33T-Ty Nevins[10]; 7. 27K-Kyle Keeler[4]; 8. 2E-Jake Galusha[8]; 9. 007-Cody Carter[5]; 10. 1T-Taylor Whitefield[2]

Race 35 (8 Laps): 1. 12F-Dawson Faria[2]; 2. 66-Broedy Graham[1]; 3. 41-Logan Rumsey[10]; 4. 75K-Kale Drake[5]; 5. 41T-Tanner Dunlap[3]; 6. 55C-Trevor Cline[8]; 7. 14A-Braden Chiaramonte[7]; 8. 12P-Quinn Roberts[9]; 9. 37-Wade Olmsted[4]; 10. 01J-Kory Lira[6]

Race 36 (8 Laps): 1. 17D-Dave Nicholson[2]; 2. 14Z-Junior Ankiewicz[1]; 3. 21S-Steven Snyder Jr[6]; 4. 13S-Danny Buccafusca[4]; 5. 7K-Mason Keefer[8]; 6. 99M-Mason Seubert[3]; 7. 56-Jace Park[9]; 8. 71P-Chuck Gurney Jr[7]; 9. 9E-Kinzer Edwards[10]; 10. 41S-Joseph Plunkett[5]

Race 37 (8 Laps): 1. 13-Mitchel Moles[1]; 2. 15N-Neal Allison[3]; 3. 81-Frank Flud[5]; 4. 5S-Gunnar Setser[6]; 5. 4H-Spencer Hill[8]; 6. 297-Dillon Berglan[4]; 7. 17Q-Quinn Jones[9]; 8. 87K-Kelvin Lewis[2]; 9. 10P-Brian Potter[7]; 10. 5R-Gage Robertson[10]

Race 38 (8 Laps): 1. 3D-Caleb Debem[1]; 2. 48X-Dylan Hull Del[2]; 3. 77E-Cole Esgar[5]; 4. 47K-Cory Kelley[8]; 5. 5P-Austin Shores[3]; 6. 20B-Chase Bolf[6]; 7. 2X-Joshua Spatola[7]; 8. 33B-Cody Barnes[9]; 9. 12C-Chase Spicola[10]; 10. 2J-Joshua Shipley[4]

Race 39 (8 Laps): 1. 40-Camden Winter[2]; 2. 2H-Emilio Hoover[1]; 3. 51P-Paul Hendrix[4]; 4. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[5]; 5. 83W-Brant Woods[7]; 6. 73C-Carsen Perkins[6]; 7. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[8]; 8. 33K-Jack Kassik[9]; 9. 21-Tanner Johnson[3]

Top 72 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 6 Qualifying Races

Restricted 'A' Class

Race 40 (8 Laps): 1. 14X-Braxston Wilson[6]; 2. 22S-Colby Sokol[2]; 3. 4M-Teagen Moles[1]; 4. 63K-Colton Key[8]; 5. 21H-Levi Hinck[3]; 6. 15-Brody Brown[5]; 7. 4A-Hayden Alberson[7]; 8. 23M-Maliki Altis[4]; 9. 1-Hudsyn Truitt[9]

Race 41 (8 Laps): 1. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[3]; 2. 15V-Cole Vanderheiden[7]; 3. 9D-Degan Lelsz[6]; 4. 35G-Gaige Weldon[8]; 5. 67-Waylon Phillips[2]; 6. E10-Easton Zent[4]; 7. 29-Bristol McCleskey[9]; 8. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[1]; 9. 10R-Ryleigh Whittle[5]

Race 42 (8 Laps): 1. 21-Keegan Osantowski[3]; 2. 73-Chase McDougal[6]; 3. 13C-William Conner[7]; 4. 45A-Eli Adams[9]; 5. 24C-Cale Lagroon[8]; 6. 95R-Ryker Morrow[5]; 7. 95H-Heath Walton[1]; 8. 49-Ace Moore[2]; 9. 63-Jack Thomas[4]

Race 43 (8 Laps): 1. 87-Collin Shain[4]; 2. 55-Jett Barnes[1]; 3. 3-Lathe Griggs[3]; 4. 2-Taylor Mayhew[5]; 5. 2G-Garrett Benson[8]; 6. 24-Kameron Sneed[2]; 7. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[7]; 8. 8Z-Kasen Zorn[9]; 9. 4S-Aubrey Jo Sappington[6]

Race 44 (8 Laps): 1. 45-Bradley Cox[1]; 2. 9-Cooper Cottrell[2]; 3. 28-Mick Gile Jr[3]; 4. 15B-Brianna Lawson[5]; 5. 10T-Talin Turner[6]; 6. 9A-Abigayle Lett[9]; 7. 20-Junior Ankiewicz[8]; 8. 4-Jude Allgayer[4]; 9. 7S-Kanon Posey[7]

Race 45 (8 Laps): 1. 13-Chris Counter[2]; 2. 51B-Parker Bupp[4]; 3. 25S-Justis Sokol[7]; 4. 7-Garyn Howard[8]; 5. 8J-Tanner Johnson[6]; 6. 13G-Elijah Gile[9]; 7. 66-Jayden Clay[3]; 8. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[1]; 9. 14K-Kyle Hooper[5]

Race 46 (8 Laps): 1. 45M-Megan Thomas[1]; 2. 43-Parker Perry[2]; 3. 88P-Ayden Parrish[4]; 4. 7K-Kennzzie Brown[3]; 5. 7J-JW Henderson[8]; 6. 87X-Cooper Williams[6]; 7. 23-Journey Hunt[5]; 8. 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[9]; 9. 5-Axton Romero[7]

Race 47 (8 Laps): 1. 3C-Cale Coons[3]; 2. 55X-Lucas Mauldin[1]; 3. 27-Kaden Weger[2]; 4. 50-Jackson Beers[4]; 5. 52-Hayden Mabe[6]; 6. 11-Kaley Mahaffey[9]; 7. 6-Brylee Kilmer[7]; 8. 23J-Jace Wren[8]; 9. 15H-Jace Hale[5]

Race 48 (8 Laps): 1. 1K-Kortland Stephens[1]; 2. 21X-Cash Lovenburg[8]; 3. 10-Ray Brewer[4]; 4. 23C-Cierra Wullenwaber[2]; 5. 29L-Jackson Lauderbaugh[5]; 6. 21D-Dalton Wayne[6]; 7. 126-Autumn Criste[7]; 8. 18Z-Zander Altis[3]; 9. Z71-Evan Nolf[9]

Race 49 (8 Laps): 1. 33-Jett Nunley[7]; 2. 14L-Landon Muehlberger[6]; 3. B2-Carson Bolden[1]; 4. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[5]; 5. 30-Kyler Bearce[3]; 6. 99-Justin Spear[2]; 7. 20S-Shali Buck[4]; 8. 18-Prestin Dalton[8]

Race 50 (8 Laps): 1. 7L-Lucas Johnson[1]; 2. 29K-Levi Kuntz[2]; 3. 2A-Austin Wood[6]; 4. 46-Peyton White[4]; 5. 8L-Logun Lunsford[7]; 6. 00T-TJ Stark[5]; 7. 30P-Blake Pittman[3]; 8. 20K-Skyler Keeney[8]

Race 51 (8 Laps): 1. 11H-Nicholas Harris[1]; 2. 14B-Ethan Burdett[2]; 3. 11D-Dominic White[3]; 4. 8-Jase Blevins[5]; 5. 10S-Scout Spraggins[6]; 6. 10P-Peyton Whitehouse[7]; 7. 12-Tori Tyer[4]; 8. 21A-Kainan Baker[8]

Race 52 (8 Laps): 1. 5C-Cooper Miller[3]; 2. 5L-Landon Jesina[1]; 3. 7T-Quinn Thurein[6]; 4. 38R-Riley Osantowski[2]; 5. 115-Landon Graham[8]; 6. P24-Aiden Howard[5]; 7. 06-Andres Jones[4]; 8. 69-Jordan Mast[7]

Race 53 (8 Laps): 1. 31B-Braxton Weger[2]; 2. 84-Dalten Maust[1]; 3. 33G-Caden Gotelli[3]; 4. 71-Jaxton Wiggs[5]; 5. 20Q-Brecken Reese[8]; 6. 10B-Braden Pfeiffer[6]; 7. 3S-Brody Strong[7]; 8. 77K-Kyle Fernandez[4]

Top 112 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 8 Qualifying Races

Winged Outlaw

Race 54 (8 Laps): 1. 1F-Jason Friesen[2]; 2. 93-Matthew Riggs Carr[3]; 3. 7L-Logan Trevino[1]; 4. 12P-Quinn Roberts[6]; 5. 71P-Chuck Gurney Jr[9]; 6. 83V-Tim Vaught[7]; 7. 08$-Trey Gropp[8]; 8. 77A-Preston Norbury[10]; 9. 40S-Shain Kaiser[5]; 10. 5J-Austin Hawkins[4]

Race 55 (8 Laps): 1. 14X-Braxston Wilson[4]; 2. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[3]; 3. 14L-Kurt Westerfield[8]; 4. 61-Chris Parmley[2]; 5. 26S-Jonathan Shafer[9]; 6. 1E-Eric Braundmeier[7]; 7. 5A-Ava Gropp[6]; 8. 78G-Justin Giddings[5]; 9. 2X-Joshua Spatola[1]; 10. 91-Alec Frisell[10]

Race 56 (8 Laps): 1. 23C-Josh Castro[2]; 2. 49-Max Mittry[1]; 3. 08G-Cannon McIntosh[6]; 4. 5K-Gavan Boschele[5]; 5. 9L-Laramie Freeny[4]; 6. 71M-Gavin Miller[8]; 7. 44-Samuel Holt[7]; 8. 20Q-Brecken Reese[10]; 9. 17J-Jacob Johnston[3]; 10. 51P-Paul Hendrix[9]

Race 57 (8 Laps): 1. 2V-DJ Vanderley[1]; 2. 47B-Emerson Axsom[8]; 3. 14R-Jake Nail[2]; 4. 48T-Tanner Holm[9]; 5. 36C-Kris Carroll[6]; 6. 55C-Trevor Cline[3]; 7. B2-Carson Bolden[10]; 8. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[5]; 9. 4H-Spencer Hill[4]; 10. 37-Wade Olmsted[7]

Race 58 (8 Laps): 1. 20R-Alex Bright[1]; 2. 10S-Logan Seavey[3]; 3. 88-Austin Torgerson[2]; 4. 18H-Nicholas Howard[7]; 5. 21T-Dylan Kadous[6]; 6. 29A-Austin Stone[8]; 7. 938-Bradley Fezard[5]; 8. 88C-Dominic Carter[9]; 9. 38X-Kyle Gray[4]; 10. 9B-Brad Sutton[10]

Race 59 (8 Laps): 1. 12-Frank Galusha[3]; 2. 75X-James Morris[7]; 3. 117-James Scott[2]; 4. 19-Sam Johnson[1]; 5. 27L-Nate Lauderbaugh[8]; 6. 12U-Tyler Devenport[4]; 7. 12C-Chase Spicola[10]; 8. 7H-Skylar Hunter[9]; 9. 29M-Dylan Menditto[5]; 10. 73-Jason McDougal[6]

Race 60 (8 Laps): 1. 38-Karson Battarbee[1]; 2. 14K-Noah Key[2]; 3. 21X-Christopher Bell[8]; 4. 10H-Thomas Hassler[4]; 5. 41J-Caden Kvapil[5]; 6. 14W-Dacin Roberson[3]; 7. 74N-Natalie Doney[6]; 8. 9X-Casey Bauman[7]; 9. 95-Paige Moss[9]; 10. (DNS) 20K-Kevin Ulmer

Race 61 (8 Laps): 1. 94-Craig Ronk[8]; 2. 98-James Roselli[2]; 3. 88R-Ryder Laplante[9]; 4. 242-Izaak Sharp[5]; 5. 2P-Chase Porter[4]; 6. 17R-Molly Day[7]; 7. 35G-Gaige Weldon[3]; 8. 4J-Ayden Hare[10]; 9. 22C-John Campbell[1]; 10. 9F-Mike Frantz[6]

Race 62 (8 Laps): 1. 65-Michael Faccinto[1]; 2. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[3]; 3. 2B-Jonathan Beason[7]; 4. 14E-Mariah Ede[4]; 5. 3C-Cole Roberts[2]; 6. 7F-Ryan Frantz[8]; 7. 6B-Blake Parmley[5]; 8. 88S-Cale Crawford[6]; 9. (DNS) 22-Curtis Jones; 10. (DNS) 71T-Tim Buckwalter

Race 63 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 2. 21L-Brady Bacon[2]; 3. 11-Laydon Pearson[8]; 4. 29T-Tanner Thorson[7]; 5. 22X-Daniel Robinson[10]; 6. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[9]; 7. Z17-Michael Nolf[6]; 8. 13S-Greg Stevens[4]; 9. 60-Robert Lee[1]; 10. 11X-Brent Crews[5]

Race 64 (8 Laps): 1. 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[1]; 2. 2F-Jadyn Friesen[4]; 3. 51-Kyle Busch[5]; 4. 15N-Neal Allison[2]; 5. 7N-Darin Naida[8]; 6. 74-Xavier Doney[6]; 7. 78B-Brody Wake[7]; 8. Z78-Zach Drummond[10]; 9. 123-Brant Woods[9]; 10. 570-Johnny Smith[3]

Race 65 (8 Laps): 1. 51F-Gary Taylor[1]; 2. 8G-Tyler Smith[2]; 3. 29K-Levi Kuntz[3]; 4. 2G-Garrett Benson[9]; 5. 67J-JJ Loss[10]; 6. 122-Lane Warner[7]; 7. 110-Karter Battarbee[8]; 8. 7T-Derrick Mcgrew Jr[6]; 9. 95M-Noah Mehl[4]; 10. 44C-Cheyenne Potter[5]

Race 66 (8 Laps): 1. 24S-Colby Sokol[1]; 2. 23-Alec Quiggle[2]; 3. 95A-Eli Adams[4]; 4. 144-Damon Paul[7]; 5. 78-Ethan Ayars[9]; 6. 07-Allard Rains III[5]; 7. 18K-Brayden Kongdara[3]; 8. 2N-Dawson Nunnenkamp[6]; 9. 41B-Cody Bryson[8]; 10. 58-Carl Lebo[10]

Race 67 (8 Laps): 1. 51B-Joe B Miller[1]; 2. 121-Caeden Steele[2]; 3. 24-KJ Snow[8]; 4. 3M-Collin Mitchell[6]; 5. 2J-Joshua Shipley[4]; 6. 52L-Cameron La Rose[3]; 7. 17S-Baron Silva[7]; 8. 35S-Aubrey Smith[5]; 9. 40F-Devin Feger[9]; 10. (DNS) 59-Brody Mclaughlin

Race 68 (8 Laps): 1. 41H-Colton Hardy[2]; 2. 15C-Blake Clouser[1]; 3. 21K-Thomas Kunsman[10]; 4. 38J-Jackson Frisbie[5]; 5. 22M-Sammy McNabb[4]; 6. 16F-Matthew Francis[8]; 7. 1V-Johnny Boland[6]; 8. 14B-Ethan Burdett[7]; 9. 51X-Joshua Huish[3]; 10. 88L-Billy Lieb[9]

Race 69 (8 Laps): 1. 10J-Dominic Gorden[4]; 2. 74C-Sheldon Creed[1]; 3. 87C-Chase Randall[7]; 4. 14Z-Junior Ankiewicz[3]; 5. 22R-Gage Laney[5]; 6. 11T-Tom Curran[9]; 7. 14H-Harley Hollan[8]; 8. 1M-Mason Hannagan[10]; 9. 44E-Eric Ankiewicz[6]; 10. 31-Chad Lobb[2]

Race 70 (8 Laps): 1. 81-Frank Flud[2]; 2. 25J-Delaney Jost[4]; 3. 7-Nick Skias[8]; 4. 73J-Jadon Rogers[1]; 5. 11J-Cameron Paul[7]; 6. 10R-Rylee Whitehouse[10]; 7. 68-Paul Day[9]; 8. 5E-Bobby Elliott[5]; 9. 7K-Mason Keefer[3]; 10. 20T-Ricky Thornton Jr[6]

Race 71 (8 Laps): 1. 17M-Johnny Mordock[1]; 2. 21N-Steven Snyder Jr[2]; 3. R7-Kyle Spence[6]; 4. 5-Bradley Huish[3]; 5. 71-Jaxton Wiggs[4]; 6. 27H-Brandon Shaw[7]; 7. 77R-Robbie Smith[8]; 8. 19J-Justin Robison[5]; 9. 33-Hayden Holt[9]; 10. (DNS) 3Z-Trey Zorn

Race 72 (8 Laps): 1. 14J-Jade Avedisian[3]; 2. 05R-Brandon Riveira[7]; 3. 28C-Chelby Hinton[2]; 4. 5T-Ryan Timms[6]; 5. 88P-Tony Penick[5]; 6. 9-Keith McIntyre Jr[9]; 7. 10-Patrick Lundy[1]; 8. 10K-Koda Oller[4]; 9. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[8]; 10. 1K-Kortland Stephens[10]

Race 73 (8 Laps): 1. 9S-Kevin Bayer[2]; 2. 5G-Heath Hehnley[1]; 3. 20S-Steven Curbow[4]; 4. 13-Mitchel Moles[7]; 5. 4-Garrett Twitty[3]; 6. 66-Broedy Graham[10]; 7. 25B-Chevy Boyer[9]; 8. 40B-Dylan Beal[5]; 9. 52B-Brianna Lawson[6]; 10. 9A-Austin Lewis[8]

Race 74 (8 Laps): 1. 97-Scotty Milan[4]; 2. 10X-Kole Kirkman[2]; 3. 10B-Brock Berreth[1]; 4. 21G-Garth Kasiner[3]; 5. 157-Camren Sorrels[7]; 6. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[6]; 7. 44T-Austin Taborski[9]; 8. 48X-Dylan Hull Del[5]; 9. 72-Jesse Maurer[8]

Race 75 (8 Laps): 1. 12X-Cody Christensen[3]; 2. 20-James Andrichuk[1]; 3. 21J-Kameron Key[5]; 4. 15D-Mason Daugherty[4]; 5. 8H-Matthew Howard[7]; 6. 47H-Hunter Wise[6]; 7. 9H-Kaden Holm[2]; 8. 57K-Kyle Chady[8]; 9. (DNS) 2K-Todd Kirkman

Race 76 (8 Laps): 1. 02-Ashton Torgerson[1]; 2. 21S-Jimmy Staton[2]; 3. 48-Hunter Kohn[3]; 4. 131-Dusty