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Seth Bergman Wins ASCS National Tour Opener at Super Bee in First Event with TwoC Racing

CHATHAM, LA (April 19, 2024) – When Seth Bergman got the call from former ASCS National champion Wayne Johnson to come and drive the TwoC Racing ride, he knew he had to make an impact right away.

Consider the impact made. The Snohomish, WA-racer scored the win in the 2024 ASCS National Tour opener at Super Bee Speedway Friday night, leading all but one lap en route to his 19th career National Tour victory in his first start with the Oklahoma-based team.

“I think I was able to gel as quick as I did just because I’ve been friends with Wayne for a long time,” Bergman said. “I was able to come into a team being familiar with the guy in charge.

“I just felt instantly a level of comfort and ease; I didn’t feel like they were down my back to do anything. I felt like they had a great team here with a lot of pieces in place to perform well.”

Johnson, the 2000 ASCS National champion from Oklahoma City, OK, was injured in a crash during an event in Texas last weekend, rendering him unable to race while he navigates his recovery process. He soon phoned Bergman – a longtime friend and fellow competitor – and asked him to fill the seat in his absence. Bergman accepted the offer and wasted no time in representing of the nation’s most accomplished Winged 360 Sprint Car drivers, winning in his first night out.

“Getting an opportunity like this – it feels great to put the hard work in and be noticed and have the phone ring for an opportunity like this,” Bergman said. “The phone rang too because I’ve known Wayne for a really long time. We’re friends. Part of this sport is about networking and who you know.

“It’s very unfortunate to see what happened to Wayne. I honestly get a little emotional thinking about it. He’s a friend, and seeing him in the condition he’s in and not knowing when he’s gonna return, if he is, is a lot to wrap your head around.”

While he led most of the race, Bergman’s second lap was most notable. He charged into Turn 1 with a full head of steam and got underneath Andrew Deal to take second, then powered around the outside of polesitter Brady Baker for the lead out of Turn 4.

“I knew from the warmup lap, I was gonna be sporty early,” Bergman said. “Just experience. Andrew’s very experienced too, but he kinda got snookered on the start – Baker looked like he came up and got into [Deal], so he was maybe feeling his car out for a lap or two after that. I was able to pounce on opportunities quick.”

From there on out, it was smooth sailing for Bergman and the No. 2C. He fended off all challenges from Deal and Baker on restarts and cruised to the $4,000 payday.

After chasing Bergman nearly the entire race, Deal crossed the stripe second – a new career-best finish on the National Tour. The Rookie of the Year contender from Caney, KS, challenged for the lead around the halfway point but was unable to get close enough to make a move in the end.

“It was kinda sketchy first lap – polesitter got a little wide on the get-go and put us in the fence, so it took me 3-to-4 laps to recover from that just to make sure nothing was torn up,” Deal said. “After a big hit like that, you don’t really go into the next turn too terribly hard.”

After battling back-and-forth with Deal for the runner-up spot in the first half of the event, Baker crossed the stripe third. Deal wrestled the spot away for good on Lap 8, and then came a hard-charging Koty Adams who raced from eighth on the grid and passed Baker for third on Lap 22. Adams later blew a tire on Lap 27, ruining his podium run and handing the spot back to Baker, who drove it home with his first Tour podium finish of the season.

“The car was just really loose the whole race,” Baker said. “Ran the wing about as far back as it would go and was still way free. But all-in-all, I think we had a good night.”

Reigning ASCS National champion Jason Martin finished fourth and captured the night’s Hard Charger honors in his drive up from 22nd on the starting grid. Oklahoma racer Brandon Anderson completed the top five from 11th on the grid.

UP NEXT

ASCS National Tour racing continues Saturday, April 20, at Super Bee Speedway in Chatham, LA. Tickets will be on sale at the gate; streaming available on DIRTVision.

ABBREVIATED RESULTS (view full results)

Feature (30 Laps): 1. 2C-Seth Bergman[4]; 2. 15D-Andrew Deal[2]; 3. 71-Brady Baker[1]; 4. 36-Jason Martin[22]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson[11]; 6. 95-Matt Covington[5]; 7. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[7]; 8. 71T-Channin Tankersley[23]; 9. 10-Landon Britt[17]; 10. 45X-Kyler Johnson[19]; 11. 88-Terry Easum[3]; 12. 2J-Zach Blurton[18]; 13. 91-Michael Day[12]; 14. 88K-Jordan Knight[16]; 15. 2-Brekton Crouch[13]; 16. 6G-Bryan Gossel[20]; 17. 88B-Brandon Blenden[24]; 18. 26-Jacob Harris[10]; 19. 6-Koty Adams[8]; 20. 14-Jordon Mallett[21]; 21. 24-Tyler Harris[9]; 22. 9-Josh McCord[15]; 23. 9L-Lane Whittington[6]; 24. 121-Jan Howard[14]

 

 

Gossel Family Taking On ASCS National Tour In 2024

CONCORD, N.C. (April 18, 2024) Venturing out of northern Colorado, Bryan and Austyn Gossel will take on the American Sprint Car Series National Tour for the first time in 2024. The second father/son duo to attempt the National Tour in the same season, Tim and Landon Crawley were the first to do so in 2022.

“Kind of like living the dream. It is so cool to get to do this with Austyn and my family,” said Bryan Gossel of the chance to race on the road with his son. “Just to get here and be able to run at a national level, it’s a relief to see all the hard work and dedication is paying off.”

Gossel, who is a small business owner with BG Automotive in Colorado, were both on track this past weekend with the ASCS Western Plains Region at El Paso County Raceway. Bryan placed eighth, while Austyn, who started ninth, ran to a second-place finish.

This was a proud moment for Bryan, who has been racing for 31 years in dirt and pavement Sprint Car, as well as USAC Silver Crown action.

“He’s never just driven by me like that, so it was a pretty proud moment for me to see how much he’s improving and growing as a driver, which for me, I’m having fun, and that’s the goal for me, and for Austyn, to see that really what makes it even more fun for me,” Bryan said.

Behind the wheel of a Super Stock for the first time at 17, Austyn has raced a combination of wing and wingless Sprint Cars and RaceSaver and ASCS cars since 2019. Finding his footing in 2023, he captured his first career win at Casper Speedway on May 20 and followed that up with another victory at El Paso County Raceway on August 12.

“I’m going into this as confident as I can be,” stated Austyn, who has already been on track 17 times this season.

“Last year, we struggled at times running the local points deal with parts and mechanical failures, but I still had decent runs and won my first two races, which really got the ball rolling for me. This year, I’ve been able to work with Wayne Johnson and did all the 360cid and 410 stuff in Florida, then ran a couple of weeks ago in Texas, and that’s really helped, and I feel like that showed last weekend at El Paso.”

Fans can keep up with Bryan Gossel at https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100057623374346. Austyn Gossel can be found at https://www.facebook.com/austyn.gossel.

The 2024 American Sprint Car Series National Tour begins on Friday-Saturday, April 19-20, at Super Bee Speedway in Chatham, La.

The 2024 season marks the 33rd season of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours encompassing Wing and Non-Wing competition.

Live coverage of the National Tour can be found exclusively at http://www.DIRTVision.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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

Matt Covington Returning For 12th ASCS National Tour Run

By Bryan Hulbert

CONCORD, NC (April 18, 2024) – A name that has become synonymous with the American Sprint Car Series, Oklahoma’s Matt Covington will return for his 12th overall season chasing the National Tour.

“I’m looking forward to it,” Covington said. “Excited to see how it goes with World Racing Group taking over. I think it will be good for the Series going forward. It’s going to be different, but we’ll adjust and get it figured out, and really just looking forward to seeing what Cody [Cordell] and Lonnie [Wheatley] can do with the Series.”

Not the first season that Covington has been in contention for a championship, the driver of the Missile Motorsports/T&L Foundry No. 95 fought to the last lap with Jason Martin for the 2023 title.

Missing it by 46 markers, Covington reflected on the season and shared his thoughts on 2024.

“We didn’t have a bad year last year, but it wasn’t spectacular, where the No. 36 had a great year,” he said. “Certainly, it wasn’t a failure. We won three National Tour events and had a lot of top-five finishes, but we know we need to step it up if we want to win the championship, and that’s what our goal is this year. Luckily, we didn’t need to make a lot of changes during the off-season. Steven Lane is back with me working on the car. This will be his second season, and we’ve really gotten into a good rhythm.”

Getting behind the wheel in Quarter Midgets at the age of five, Covington collected over 100 feature wins and three national titles before being inducted into the Quarter Midget Hall of Fame in 2004.

Moving into Sprint Cars in 2008, he took on the National Tour for the first time in 2009. Returning to ASCS Lone Star and Sooner Region competition in 2010, Covington collected five titles between the two tours before returning to the National Tour in 2014.

In his time on the road, Covington has made 377 Feature starts, putting him sixth all-time, and made it to Victory Lane 18 times across 14 states. His record also includes 129 top-five and 229 top-10 finishes, plus 34 ASCS regional triumphs.

Fans can keep track of Matt Covington at www.mattcovingtonracing.com, on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/mattcovingtonracing, or follow him on X @mattcovington95, as well as Instagram @mattcovingtonracing, and TikTok at @mattcoivngtonracing.

The 2024 American Sprint Car Series National Tour begins on Friday-Saturday, April 19-20, at Super Bee Speedway in Chatham, La.

The 2024 season marks the 33rd season of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours encompassing Wing and Non-Wing competition.

Live coverage of the National Tour can be found exclusively at http://www.DIRTVision.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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

 

American Sprint Car Series Starts New Chapter at Super Bee Speedway
CHATHAM, LA (April 17, 2024) – The American Sprint Car Series National Tour officially begins its new chapter under the World Racing Group banner at Super Bee Speedway in Chatham, LA, April 19-20.

Featuring the best Sprint Car drivers in the region, the two-day event will see the National championship return to the 1/4-mile track for the first time since 2012. It’ll also be the season-opener for the ASCS Gulf South Region and the continuation of the 2024 season for the ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints.

Between the National Tour and regional series, ASCS has visited Super Bee 20 times, dating back to 2002. Five of those visits were for National events, seeing former champions Gary Wright and Jason Johnson swap command of each race. Wright won with the National Tour at Super Bee in 2003, 2004 and 2005, while Johnson also won in 2004 and in 2012. Kevin Ramey won the first ASCS trip to the track in 2002 with the Gulf South Region.

In addition to championship points, drivers will contend for a $4,000 payday each night.

Tickets for the event will be available at the gate. If you can’t make it to the track, you can watch every lap live on DIRTVision.com.

On Friday, grandstands will open at 5 p.m. (CT) and Hot Laps are scheduled for 7 p.m. with racing to follow. Then, on Saturday, grandstands will open at 4 p.m. with Hot Laps at 6:30 p.m.

Keep up with the top storylines of the weekend:

NEW CHAPTER: World Racing Group finalized the acquisition of the American Sprint Car Series from Series founder Emmett Hahn in March to help strengthen and grow ASCS and Sprint Car racing.

In the month since, the American Sprint Car Series has already seen enhancements with the hiring of Lonnie Wheatley as the Series Director and Cody Cordell as Competition Director, and the implementation of a $152,000 championship points fund and tow money package for the National Tour.

The top-10 finishing positions in the title race will be paid with the champion earning $40,000; $25,000 for second; $20,000 for third; $15,000 for fourth; $12,000 for fifth; $10,000 for sixth; $9,000 for seventh; $8,000 for eighth; $7,000 for ninth; and $6,000 for 10th.

A new race format has also been established featuring Time Trials – where drivers only time against those in their Hot Lap group and Heat Race – Heats, a Dash, Last Chance Showdown (if need) and a Feature with 22 starters and Provisionals. For the full format, CLICK HERE.

Currently, 14 drivers, representing seven states, are expected to contend for the 2024 title: Brandon Anderson (OK), Seth Bergman (WA), Zach Blurton (KS), Landon Britt (TN), Matt Covington (OK), Hank Davis (OK), Michael Day (TX), Andrew Deal (KS), Terry Easum (OK), Bradley Fezard (AR), Austyn Gossel (CO), Bryan Gossel (CO), Kyler Johnson (KS) and Jordan Knight (KS).

ONE SPOT BETTER: After finishing second in ASCS National Tour points last year, Matt Covington, of Glenpool, OK, returns full-time to chase his first ASCS championship.

The 19-time National Tour winner will continue to pilot his No. 95 Sprint Car for his 11th straight full-time season on the National scene.

He's spent the early portion of the 2024 season building experience with the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series, earning a career-best Series finish of 13th at Cotton Bowl Speedway.

BERGMAN RETURNS: After running a part-time schedule the last five years, Seth Bergman, of Snohomish, WA, is set to chase his first National Tour championship again in 2024.

He’s already found success with the American Sprint Car Series this year, making an impressive 15th-to-first charge at Creek County Speedway with the ASCS Sooner Region in March. The victory brought him to 71 career ASCS wins overall – 18 of those are with the National Tour.

The last time he followed the full National Tour in 2018, Bergman earned his career-best points finish of second.

ROOKIE CLASS: The American Sprint Car Series National Tour will have a stout field of Rookie of the Year contenders this year with eight first-year drivers representing four states.

Joining the tour are Zach Blurton (KS), Hank Davis (OK), Andrew Deal (KS), Terry Easum (OK), Bradley Fezard (AR), Austyn Gossel (CO), Bryan Gossel (CO) and Jordan Knight (KS).

Of the group, Blurton is the only one entering the 2024 season with a National Tour win – coming at WaKeeny Speedway in 2022. Davis and Bryan Gossel each have two regional ASCS victories; Davis’ most recent one came in March with the Hurricane Area Super Sprints.

HURRICANE SEASON (SO FAR): The Hurricane Area Super Sprints have contested three races, so far, this season and have seen a different winner in each.

Hank Davis, who is running for Rookie of the Year with the National Tour, won the region’s first race of the year at North Alabama Speedway – his first win with the region and second ASCS win overall. Then, Max Stambaugh also picked up his first Hurricane Area Super Sprints victory the next night at North Alabama.

The most recent victory with the region went to four-time National Tour winner Jan Howard at Louisiana’s Baton Rouge Raceway. Howard is also the current Hurricane Area Super Sprints points leader – 57 ahead of Brandon Blenden.

WEEKEND GLANCE:
When & Where
Date – Friday-Saturday, April 19-20
Track – Super Bee Speedway (1/4-mile in Chatham, LA)

Previous ASCS National Winners at Super Bee
2012 – Jason Johnson on June 18
2005 – Gary Wright on May 6
2004 – Gary Wright on Sept. 24, Jason Johnson on Sept. 25
2003 – Gary Wright on Aug. 31

On The Internet
ASCS Website – ASCSRacing.com
ASCS Facebook – Facebook.com/AmericanSprintCarSeries
ASCS Instagram – Instagram.com/ASCS_Racing
ASCS X – X.com/ASCSRacing
Super Bee Speedway Website – SuperBeeSpeedway.com

 

 

Hank Davis Joining Rookie Of The Year Hunt With The American Sprint Car Series

CONCORD, N.C. (April 17, 2024): Another ASCS Sooner Region regular will move to the National Tour in 2024, as Oklahoma’s Hank Davis joins the rapidly expanding Rookie of the Year class with the American Sprint Car Series.

Why the change?

“The competition,” Davis answered. “Plus, getting to race different tracks and get some experience for some possible 410 racing in the future.”

Bringing over a decade of racing experience into his rookie season, the native of Sand Springs, Okla., is well known across Oklahoma for his success in Micros, Midgets, and Sprint Cars. However, he jumped onto everyone’s radar in 2023 when he captured his first career Chili Bowl Preliminary Night win in thrilling fashion for Matt Seymour Racing.

Kicking off the 2024 season with a fifth-place finish in Tulsa’s 55-lap finale, Hank has been on track seven times so far in Midget and Sprint Car competition, with a ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints win coming at North Alabama Speedway in April, along with four top-fives and a top-10 finish in each outing.

This season, he’s trying to soak up as much experience as he can.
“We want to race as much as possible and hopefully win against the best,” Davis said.

Fans can follow the driver of the Oklahoma Chiller/Triple X Chassis, No. 1h, at https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063613805229.

The 2024 American Sprint Car Series National Tour begins on Friday-Saturday, April 19-20, at Super Bee Speedway in Chatham, La.

The 2024 season marks the 33rd season of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours encompassing Wing and Non-Wing competition.

Live coverage of the National Tour can be found exclusively at http://www.DIRTVision.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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

Zach Blurton Making Jump to Full-Time ASCS National Tour Competition

CONCORD, N.C. (April 16, 2024) – Zach Blurton will live out a longtime dream this year, taking his talent on the road full-time with the American Sprint Car Series National Tour for the first time.

The Kansas shoe will join the stout field of first-time contenders chasing the ASCS Rookie of the Year title.

“First and foremost, I need to thank my wife for going along with this crazy racing life,” Blurton said. “From my start in racing, I feel like I’ve had realistic goals and dreams. I would see the Outlaw and the All-Star schedule and think that was cool and see what was close that I could go watch, but the ASCS schedule was one that I looked at and felt that was something I could do one day.”

An accomplished talent with the United Rebel Sprint Series, where he ranks third in all-time wins, Blurton has stepped up his 360 Sprint Car program over the past few seasons and found success, including an ASCS National Tour win at WaKeeney Speedway on July 3, 2022.

“I’ll never forget that night and that feeling of who I was racing with and had to hold off to get that win, and I want that again,” Blurton said.

For the 2024 season, Blurton will pilot the Swift Bullet Co./Summit Automotive Group No. 2J with Maxim Chassis and Don Ott power. Snow Giddings will take charge as the crew chief.

“We’ve been building the team and didn’t want to do this until I knew we were ready, and I feel like we’re finally at a point to take that step and give it a try,” he said. “We’re a family-oriented team, as are a lot of our sponsors, and they’ve really stepped up to help us accomplish this.”

Blurton is carrying plenty of momentum into 2024 with last year producing six wins, 20 top fives, and 29 top-10 finishes across various series and engine combinations.

Fans can keep track of Zach through his Social Media channel via Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/zachblurtonracing), Twitter (https://twitter.com/ZachBlurton), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/zachblurton), and TikTok (https://www.tiktok.com/@zachblurtonracing). His 2024 schedule will be updated as the season progresses at https://www.myracepass.com/drivers/18317.

The 2024 American Sprint Car Series National Tour begins on Friday-Saturday, April 19-20, at Super Bee Speedway in Chatham, La.

The 2024 season marks the 33rd season of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours encompassing Wing and Non-Wing competition.

Live coverage of the National Tour can be found exclusively at http://www.DIRTVision.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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

ASCS National Tour Format Gets Refresh For 2024 Season
CONCORD, NC (April 16, 2024) – Starting at Super Bee Speedway this weekend, the American Sprint Car Series National Tour will utilize a new nightly format.

“We’re moving in the direction we feel best for the series and its drivers,” said ASCS competition/technical director Cody Cordell. “We’re excited for a little change and looking forward to the next chapter of the American Sprint Car Series.”

Based on the format used by the former All Star Circuit of Champions, with some changes in place, the nightly run of events will go as follows:

2024 ASCS National Tour Race Format:

• 2-lap Time Trials (1-3 cars at a time)

• Qualify only against cars that will be in your Hot Lap group and Heat Race.

• Qualifying order will be determined by draw.

• Heats are straight up by time, except for the fastest qualifier in each group/Heat, which will invert to the 4th starting position.

• The penalty for missed Time Trial position, with a two (2) car grace, is one (1) timed lap at the end of qualifying – best you can start your Heat Race is fifth. If for any reason a car takes one lap at the end of qualifying, the car’s time will not be used for Dash eligibility, the car must win its Heat to make the Dash.

• The Heat winner and the quickest transfer from each Heat will have a random draw for Dash starting position. When using a two- and three-Heat format, the quickest Heat qualifier must finish in the top five and on the lead lap of their qualifying heat to remain eligible for the Dash. The finish of the Dash will set the top starting positions of the Feature. There is one five-lap Dash.

• If the quickest Heat qualifier (4th starter) also wins the heat, then that will be the only car from that heat to go into the dash draw. If the quickest heat qualifier (4th starter) does not qualify through their Heat, the Heat winner and next faster qualifier that qualified through their Heat Race will transfer to the Dash.

• Non-dash cars that qualify for the Feature are lined up by Heat Race finish behind the Dash cars (2nd place finishers, then 3rd place finishers, then 4th place finishers etc.)

• Starting position amongst the same place finishing cars will be determined by overall qualifying time.

• Top 2 qualifiers from overall Time Trials not transferring to the Feature will occupy the front row of the Last Chance Showdown. Remaining non-transfer cars are lined up in the Last Chance Showdown, C, & D-Mains up by Heat Race finish.

• Starting position amongst the same place finishing cars will be determined by overall qualifying time.

• D-Main event transfers (2) tag the back of the C-Main event by finish position.
• C-Main event transfers (2) tag the back of the Last Chance Showdown event by finish position.
• Last Chance Showdown event transfers tag (4,6 or 7) the back of the Feature event by finish position.

• 22 Feature starters + Provisionals

This format is for ASCS National Tour events only. ASCS Regional events will follow the traditional draw/passing point system. Questions regarding the format can be directed to Cody Cordell at (918) 407-1879, or ccordell@dirtcar.com.

The 2024 American Sprint Car Series National Tour begins on Friday-Saturday, April 19-20, at Super Bee Speedway in Chatham, La.

The 2024 season marks the 33rd season of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours encompassing Wing and Non-Wing competition.

Live coverage of the National Tour can be found exclusively at http://www.DIRTVision.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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

Bradley Fezard Joins 2024 ASCS National Rookie Class

CONCORD, N.C. (April 16, 2024) – Adding another name to the 2024 American Sprint Car Series rookie class, 23-year-old Bradley Fezard will make his first jump to the National Tour.

He’ll continue to pilot the V&H Fresh No. 938 for Vince and Mary Rosa after several years of success with the team.

“The V&H Fresh Race Team is committed to running the ASCS National Tour for 2024,” stated team owner, Vince Rosa. "This is an awesome opportunity for our team, and we are excited for the opportunity."

Following in the footsteps of his father, Frederic Fezard, who spent his career racing Rally Cars on Ice in Europe, Formula 3, and eventually Micros once he moved to the United States from France, Bradley Fezard, began his career behind the wheel in 2013 with Micros around Arkansas and Oklahoma.

After earning titles with POWRi and NOW600 in Micro competition, Fezard began racing Sprint Cars and Midgets in 2022.

Having now raced in various events and tours the past two seasons, Fezard is excited to get on a tour schedule again.

"I’m ready coming into this year to follow a series again,” he said. “After winning the NOW600 Non-Wing championship and the POWRi Wing championship, I’m excited to hit the road and follow such a prestigious tour. My goal is to be top-five in points when all is said and done."

Fans can follow the V&H Fresh team at https://www.facebook.com/vhfreshracepage.

The 2024 American Sprint Car Series National Tour begins on Friday-Saturday, April 19-20, at Super Bee Speedway in Chatham, La.

The 2024 season marks the 33rd season of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours encompassing Wing and Non-Wing competition.

Live coverage of the National Tour can be found exclusively at http://www.DIRTVision.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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

Jordan Knight Joins American Sprint Car Series Full-Time With King Racing No. 88
By Bryan Hulbert

CONCORD, NC (April 15, 2024) – Kansas native Jordan Knight is joining the American Sprint Car Series National Tour full-time in 2024 with the Danny King-owned No. 88 – a car synonymous with racing around the Midwest.

Carrying on the memory of Steve King, who lost his life in an on-track accident in 2006, Knight began talking with the King family midway through the 2023 season about bringing the Steve King Foundation No. 88 on tour.

“We started talking about it last year. I was originally going to try tackling it in our family car, but I knew that was a long shot,” Knight said.

“I’ve driven for Danny several times over the last few years, and he knew this was something I was aiming for, so over the winter, he called and asked if we were going to do anything. I went up and met with him, and he said he wanted to help, so we basically merged our teams, with Danny being the car owner. I’m very thankful because tackling the National Tour wouldn’t be possible without his help.”

A graduate of the United Rebel Sprint Series in Kansas, Knight has been behind the wheel for nine years. Chasing points twice with the URSS, Knight placed inside the top three in tour standings both times. He picked up his first win with the Series last year.

“Taking the American Sprint Car Series for the first time, I would say nervous is an understatement,” he said. “If we could be a consistent top-10 car, that is my ultimate goal. Anything more than that is great.”

Fans can keep up with the driver of the Triple X Chassis/Next Era Energy No. 88 by following https://www.facebook.com/KnightRacing1011K.

The 2024 American Sprint Car Series National Tour begins Friday-Saturday, April 19-20, at Super Bee Speedway in Chatham, La.

The 2024 season marks the 33rd season of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours encompassing Wing and Non-Wing competition.

Live coverage of the National Tour can be found exclusively at http://www.DIRTVision.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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

ASCS Elite Non-Wing At Lawton Speedway Rescheduled To July 27

LAWTON, Okla. (April 15, 2024) With work ongoing after a fire destroyed the Press Box and damaged the grandstands at Lawton Speedway in March, events with the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating on Saturday, April 20 have been postponed to Saturday, July 27.

The next event for the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating will be Saturday, March 11, at Lonestar Speedway in Kilgore, Texas.

The ASCS Elite Wing and Non-Wing Series is owned and operated by Nathan Moore and operates under the sanction of the American Sprint Car Series. Rules for both tours can be found at http://www.ascsracing.com. Nathan can be reached at (903) 780-9934 or by email at elitenonwingsprints@gmail.com,

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

 

Jan Howard Collects ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprint Win At Baton Rouge

BATON ROUGE, La. (April 13, 2024) Taking on Baton Rouge Raceway Saturday night, Arkansas’ shoe, Jan Howard, was the class of the field with the ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints.

Jan’s second win in the past two seasons at Baton Rouge, the No. 121 rode second through the first ten laps as Jacob Harris showed the way. Under fire on Lap 11, the pair traded the top spot around before Howard took over just past the race’s mid-point.

Keeping pace from there, Howard made it to the finish with 0.942-seconds to spare. Jacob Harris held on for second with Tyler Harris crossing third. Levi Beard and Evan McElhaney, from tenth, made up the top five. Tearing through the field from 22nd, Brandon Blenden nabbed sixth, followed by Blake Carrier in seventh. Tommy Hall, Jake Bashier, and Steve Byunm completed the top ten.

The ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints competes next on Friday, April 19, and Saturday, April 20 at Super Bee Speedway with the American Sprint Car Series National Tour.

The ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints is under the direction of Stefen Oakes. For questions regarding rules, procedures, and events, contact Stefen Oakes at bigshowmotorsports@yahoo.com or call (985) 285-9177.

A reminder that all teams competing in ASCS competition must have a current DIRTcar Membership. That can be purchased at https://shorturl.at/nuIU2. The membership is $125 and is good for the 2024 calendar year.

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 (@ascsracing).

RACE RESULTS:

ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints
Baton Rouge Raceway (Baton Rouge, La.)
Saturday, April 13, 2024

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 21-Butch David[1]; 2. 26-Jacob Harris[7]; 3. 83-Blake Carrier[4]; 4. 18-Steve Byunm[3]; 5. 67-Blake Mallette[6]; 6. 01-Brandon Olsen[5]; 7. 572-John Robicheaux[2]; 8. (DNS) 94-Parker Davis

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 121-Jan Howard[2]; 2. 24X-Tyler Harris[4]; 3. L37-Scott Craft[5]; 4. 16-Evan McElhaney[6]; 5. 21B-Todd Bliss[3]; 6. 13X-Jake Brashier[7]; 7. 3-Cary Farmer[1]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 2H-Tommy Hall[1]; 2. 1-Levi Beard[5]; 3. 27-Chase Wood Jr[8]; 4. 17-Adam Moneyhun[7]; 5. 61-Sean Wimpee[3]; 6. 57-Condry Beard[2]; 7. 9-Lane Whittington[6]; 8. 88-Brandon Blenden[4]

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 121-Jan Howard[3]; 2. 26-Jacob Harris[1]; 3. 24X-Tyler Harris[4]; 4. 1-Levi Beard[2]; 5. 16-Evan McElhaney[10]; 6. 88-Brandon Blenden[22]; 7. 83-Blake Carrier[9]; 8. 2H-Tommy Hall[6]; 9. 13X-Jake Brashier[14]; 10. 18-Steve Byunm[12]; 11. 67-Blake Mallette[13]; 12. 3-Cary Farmer[21]; 13. 27-Chase Wood Jr[11]; 14. 21B-Todd Bliss[15]; 15. (DNF) 572-John Robicheaux[20]; 16. (DNF) 57-Condry Beard[18]; 17. (DNF) L37-Scott Craft[7]; 18. (DNF) 21-Butch David[5]; 19. (DNF) 61-Sean Wimpee[16]; 20. (DNF) 01-Brandon Olsen[17]; 21. (DNF) 17-Adam Moneyhun[8]; 22. (DNS) 9-Lane Whittington; 23. (DNS) 94-Parker Davis

 

 

Adam Trimble On Top With ASCS Western Plains At El Paso County Raceway

CALHAN, Colo. (April 13, 2024) Starting off his new partnership with M&H Racing with a bang, Adam Trimble parked the No. 5d in Victory Lane at El Paso County Raceway with the ASCS Western Plains Region.

Trimble’s first career ASCS Regional victory in the tour’s season opener, the TMP Solutions Group No. 5d took off from the pole and held point through 25 laps . Moving up seven positions, Austyn Gossel made it to second, followed by Bradley Cox who advanced five times. Sammy Swindell was fourth with Nick Nichols in fifth.

Ryan Rader, Zach Merritt, Bryan Gossel, Glen Brace, and Gary Land made up the top ten.

Next up is a two-night affair at Lincoln County Raceway in North Platte, Neb., on Friday, April 19, and Saturday, April 20.

The ASCS Western Plains Region is under the direction of Joe Bellm with BST Promotions and can be reached at (720) 404-0400.

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 (@ascsracing).

RACE RESULTS:

ASCS Western Plains Region El Paso County Raceway (Calhan, Colo.) Saturday, April 13, 2024

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 2J-Zach Blurton[1]; 2. 1-Sammy Swindell[2]; 3. 6G-Bryan Gossel[3]; 4. 24B-Johnny Boos[4]; 5. 1S-Derek Schramek[5]; 6. 66-Fred Holz[6]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 44-Damon McCune[2]; 2. 74-Zack Merritt[3]; 3. 45-Bradley Cox[4]; 4. 32-Blair Cooper[1]; 5. 44RR-Ryan Rader[5]; 6. 54-Glen Brace[6]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 5D-Adam Trimble[1]; 2. 0J-Jeremy McCune[3]; 3. 16G-Austyn Gossel[2]; 4. 75-Nick Nichols[6]; 5. 77-Cole MacEwen[4]; 6. 55-Gary Land[5]

Dash (6 Laps): 1. 5D-Adam Trimble[4]; 2. 0J-Jeremy McCune[1]; 3. 44-Damon McCune[2]; 4. 2J-Zach Blurton[5]; 5. 1-Sammy Swindell[6]; 6. 74-Zack Merritt[3]

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 5D-Adam Trimble[1]; 2. 16G-Austyn Gossel[9]; 3. 45-Bradley Cox[8]; 4. 1-Sammy Swindell[5]; 5. 75-Nick Nichols[12]; 6. 44RR-Ryan Rader[14]; 7. 74-Zack Merritt[6]; 8. 6G-Bryan Gossel[7]; 9. 54-Glen Brace[17]; 10. 55-Gary Land[18]; 11. 66-Fred Holz[16]; 12. 77-Cole MacEwen[15]; 13. 32-Blair Cooper[11]; 14. 2J-Zach Blurton[4]; 15. 44-Damon McCune[3]; 16. 24B-Johnny Boos[10]; 17. 1S-Derek Schramek[13]; 18. 0J-Jeremy McCune[2]

 

 

Brandon Anderson Readying For Season Three With The American Sprint Car Series

CONCORD, N.C. (April 13, 2024) Brandon Anderson will return to the American Sprint Car Series National Tour for his third consecutive season, piloting his family’s Permastone Countertop Solutions No. 55B.

Anderson finished fifth in Series points last year after a career-best season with seven top-five finishes and 21 top 10s.

Continually close to his first National Tour victory, Anderson’s best finish came during his rookie season when he finished second to Wayne Johnson at Boothill Speedway on June 18, 2022.

His consistency is apparent year to year, landing inside the top 10 in 65.45% of his finishes. Furthering that notion, Anderson made 94.85% of the season’s Feature events last year – a goal he aims to improve upon again in 2024.

"For the past two years, I really focused on consistency. I also worked with Bobby, Kyle, and Chris on understanding the car at a higher level. When racing tougher competition, you have to find your own unique mindset and feel in the car. Now that I have that, I intend to leave my comfort zone and go for more wins. With an amazing team to help me learn, a hungry mindset, and top tier equipment, we can achieve anything," stated Anderson.

Finding that stride and looking to carry momentum into the 2024 season, Anderson will again have Bobby Craft on the wrenches of his Moss powered, Triple X Chassis.

Fans can keep up with Anderson throughout the 2024 season at https://www.anderson55.com, as well as https://www.facebook.com/BAMotorsports55 and https://twitter.com/BAnderson55b.

The 2024 American Sprint Car Series National Tour begins on Friday-Saturday, April 19-20, at Super Bee Speedway in Chatham, La.

The 2024 season marks the 33rd season of competition for the American
Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours encompassing Wing and Non-Wing competition.

Live coverage of the National Tour can be found exclusively at http://www.DIRTVision.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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

Terry Easum Going After ASCS National Rookie Of The Year Honors In 2024

CONCORD, N.C. (April 14, 2024) – Oklahoma’s Terry Easum is the latest to join the stout field of Rookie of the Year contenders with the American Sprint Car Series National Tour in 2024.

He’ll bring his Triple X Chassis/Myers Racing Engines No. 88 on the road for the first time after building his name in the regional ranks.

“I’m ready to see some new tracks and challenge ourselves as a team,” Easum said. “We’ve always enjoyed getting to race outside Oklahoma, so I’m very much looking forward to this.”

Growing up watching his father race Modifieds, Easum’s journey to the cockpit began at 15 years old. He eventually got the opportunity to join Sprint Car veteran Aaron Berryhill on the road. Balancing school and travel, he worked with Berryhill for four seasons and fell in love with Sprint Car racing.

He’s spent a dozen years behind the wheel, building a career of his own, racing regionally with the Oil Capital Racing Series (picking up four wins) and the ASCS Sooner Region. In 2023, he captured five wins in various forms of RaceSaver competition across Oklahoma and Missouri while picking up a pair of ASCS Regional top-10 finishes.

While Rookie of the Year is the goal, consistency is his focus.

"We want to be in the top 10 in points at the end of the year by making sure we are consistently in the top 10 each night,” Easum said. “It’s going to be a lot to learn, but this is how our team gets better.”

Fans can keep up with the driver of the Premier Self Storage/Maxwell Oil No. 88 at https://www.facebook.com/terry.easum.

The 2024 American Sprint Car Series National Tour begins on Friday-Saturday, April 19-20, at Super Bee Speedway in Chatham, La.

The 2024 season marks the 33rd season of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours encompassing Wing and Non-Wing competition.

Live coverage of the National Tour can be found exclusively at http://www.DIRTVision.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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

Seth Bergman Returning For Title Run With American Sprint Car Series in 2024

By Bryan Hulbert

CONCORD, NC (April 12, 2024) – A name long associated with the American Sprint Car Series, Washington native Seth Bergman will make his return to the National Tour in 2024.

After running part-time the last five years, focusing on his family and business – Evergreen Coffee Co. in Owasso, Okla., – pieces are back in place for Bergman to make another run at the National championship.

“I'm looking forward to it. Trying to accomplish something I haven't done before by winning a championship at a national level with ASCS,” Bergman said. “Even more exciting, it's owned by World Racing Group, and I'm looking forward to seeing what they can do with the series.”

Bergman has already started his 2024 season off on the right foot with an impressive 15th-to-first run at Creek County Speedway with the ASCS Sooner Region in March. That brought him to 71 career ASCS wins across the National Tour and regional series.

On the National Tour alone, Bergman has already collected 18 wins, 108 top-five finishes and 208 top 10s. He’s one of only 13 drivers with more than 300 Feature starts in ASCS National competition. He scored a career-best points finish of second in 2018 – his last full-time season on the National Tour.

Despite not running full-time the past few years, that doesn’t change Bergman’s mindset.

“Even when I'm not running full-time, I treat it like I am,” Bergman said. “I haven’t changed much in the program aside from going to Rider Engines, but from what I am hearing, there are going to be a lot of really good teams this year, and that gets me excited knowing it’s going to be probably the most competitive it's been in a while. I love a challenge. It drives me and gives me purpose to be the best.”

Fans can keep up with Seth Bergman at https://www.facebook.com/sethbergmanracing, as well as https://twitter.com/BergmanRacing.

The 2024 American Sprint Car Series National Tour begins on Friday-Saturday, April 19-20, at Super Bee Speedway in Chatham, La.

The 2024 season marks the 33rd season of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours encompassing Wing and Non-Wing competition.

Live coverage of the National Tour can be found exclusively at http://www.DIRTVision.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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

Andrew Deal Embarking on Rookie Season With American Sprint Car Series
By Bryan Hulbert

CONCORD, NC (April 11, 2024) – After years of making various starts with the American Sprint Car Series, Andrew Deal is joining the National Tour full-time for his rookie season in 2024.

The Caney, KS resident enters with over 20 years of experience behind the wheel and eight previous starts with ASCS National Series – scoring a career-best finish of fifth last year.

“I wanted to spend some time with my dad and go have some fun doing what we love together,” Deal said about joining the tour full-time. “Life is short, and my girls will be starting their own activities soon, so time is limited. I have also been blessed with extremely good help at my tire shop, and I trust them to do a great job while I'm gone.”

Deal began racing at 13-years-old before choosing to focus on school and sports. Back behind the wheel at 18, he began racing Micros at Port City Raceway and Will Rogers Raceway.

Year to year, he's gatherd one accolade after the other, picking up a Tulsa Shootout win in 2011, an Oil Capital Racing Series championship in 2014, an A-Main start in the Chili Bowl Nationals in 2015, and most recently, he scored $12,222 at the Iron Man 55 at Creek County Speedway last year.

Piloting his own Victory Chrysler, Dodge, Ram, and Jeep of Ottawa No. 15d Sprint Car, he's already off to a strong start this racing season. He’s earned four top fives in five Feature starts, including a third-place finish with the ASCS Sooner Region on March 23.

“This year, I just want to represent my savior, my sponsors, and those who have supported me along my career in a positive way and be competitive each night,” Deal said. “That's my goal.”

Fans can keep up with Deal at Facebook.com/AndrewDealRacing.

The 2024 American Sprint Car Series National Tour begins on Friday-Saturday, April 19-20, at Super Bee Speedway in Chatham, La.

The 2024 season marks the 33rd season of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours encompassing Wing and Non-Wing competition.

Live coverage of the National Tour can be found exclusively at http://www.DIRTVision.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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

ASCS Western Plains Opening 2024 Lineup At El Paso County Raceway

CALHAN, Colo. (April 9, 2024): A new season, a new name, and a new chapter for the Colorado-based ASCS Western Plains Region, as the wings get bolted on for the 2024 opener on Saturday, April 13, at El Paso County Raceway.

Formerly the wingless Elite North series, the tour transitioned to wings partway through the 2023 season and will continue that during 2024, focusing on the overall traditional rules of the American Sprint Car Series.

During the tour’s last visit on September 23, 2023, Glen Brace captured the season-ending checkered flag.

Saturday, April 13, opens at 1:00 P.M. with cars on track at 4:00 P.M. Admission is $20 for adults, $15 for Military and Seniors, $10 for youth 4-12, and free for kids three and under. For more information on El Paso County Raceway, call (720) 404-0400 or log onto https://www.bstpromotions.com. El Paso County Raceway is located at 366 10th St. in Calhan, Colo.

The ASCS Western Plains Region is under the direction of Joe Bellm with BST Promotions and can be reached at (720) 404-0400.

A reminder that all teams competing in ASCS competition must have a current DIRTcar Membership. That can be purchased at https://shorturl.at/nuIU2. The membership is $125 and is good for the 2024 calendar year.

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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

Hank Davis Tops ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints Opener At North Alabama Speedway

TUSCUMBIA, Ala. (April 5, 2024) Making the trip from Oklahoma worth the miles, Hank Davis parked the Oklahoma Chiller No. 1H on the front stretch with the ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints at North Alabama Speedway.

Collecting $2,000 for his efforts, the win is Hank’s first visit to Victory Lane this season, and his first with the series.

To the lead from the start, the Sand Springs native was challenged twice, with Sammy Swindell up first to take the lead on laps five and six. Back to the point on Lap 7, Dale Howard, from ninth, would make his presence known as he raced by to lead Lap 15, but a slip off the back stretch would allow Hank to reclaim the top spot.

Putting Tennessee's Landon Britt in the hunt, the No. 10 would end up settling for a seventh to second run. Ohio’s Max Stambaugh rolled tenth to third, followed by Dale Howard from ninth. Mississippi’s Brad Bowden made up the top five.

Zach Pringle, Chase Howard, Jan Howard, Sammy Swindell, and Brandon Blenden completed the top ten.

The ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints are back at North Alabama Speedway on Saturday, April 6. Gates open at 5:00 P.M. with cars on track at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Grandstands are $20 for adults and free for kids ten and under. Pits are $40 for adults, $20 for youth (6-11), and free for kids five and under.

North Alabama Speedway is located at 12200 AL-247, just outside Tuscumbia, Ala. For information on the track, call (256) 381-0881 or follow their social media at https://shorturl.at/bdYZ9.

The ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints is under the direction of Stefen Oakes. For questions regarding rules, procedures, and events, contact Stefen Oakes at bigshowmotorsports@yahoo.com or call (985) 285-9177.

A reminder that all teams competing in ASCS competition must have a current DIRTcar Membership. That can be purchased at https://shorturl.at/nuIU2. The membership is $125 and is good for the 2024 calendar year.

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 (@ascsracing).

RACE RESULTS:

ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints
North Alabama Speedway (Tuscumbia, Ala.)
Friday, April 5, 2024

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 1H-Hank Davis[4]; 2. 71-Brady Baker[1]; 3. 47-Dale Howard[2]; 4. 71H-Max Stambaugh[5]; 5. 88-Brandon Blenden[3]; 6. 9M-Josh McCord[6]; 7. (DNS) 9-Lane Whittington

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 55-Zach Pringle[1]; 2. 47S-Sammy Swindell[3]; 3. 21-Butch David[5]; 4. 121-Jan Howard[4]; 5. (DNF) 15-Noah Collier[2]; 6. (DNS) 21B-Todd Bliss; 7. (DNS) 13X-Jake Brashier

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 10K-Dewayne White[1]; 2. 4X-Brad Bowden[6]; 3. 10-Landon Britt[5]; 4. 13-Chase Howard[3]; 5. 06-Jason Breeland[4]; 6. 23W-Conner Wray[2]; 7. (DNF) 16-Evan McElhaney[7]

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 1H-Hank Davis[1]; 2. 10-Landon Britt[7]; 3. 71H-Max Stambaugh[10]; 4. 47-Dale Howard[9]; 5. 4X-Brad Bowden[2]; 6. 55-Zach Pringle[3]; 7. 13-Chase Howard[12]; 8. 121-Jan Howard[11]; 9. 47S-Sammy Swindell[5]; 10. 88-Brandon Blenden[14]; 11. 9-Lane Whittington[19]; 12. 23W-Conner Wray[16]; 13. 06-Jason Breeland[13]; 14. 9M-Josh McCord[15]; 15. 21-Butch David[6]; 16. 16-Evan McElhaney[18]; 17. (DNF) 10K-Dewayne White[4]; 18. (DNF) 13X-Jake Brashier[21]; 19. (DNF) 21B-Todd Bliss[20]; 20. (DNS) 71-Brady Baker; 21. (DNS) 15-Noah Collier

 

 

 

Brent Marks Takes ASCS Elite VS POWRi Outlaw Wildcard Shuffle Opener At Texas Motor Speedway

FT. WORTH, Texas (April 5, 2024) A back-and-forth battle at the Texas Motor Speedway Dirt Track during Friday’s Wildcard Shuffle presented by S2F TV opener, the showdown between the MYCO Plastics ASCS Elite Outlaw Sprints and POWRi Outlaw Sprints ended with a win for the Pennsylvania Posse as Brent Marks captured Friday’s $4,000 prize.

Using traffic to navigate around Brenham Crouch's No. 1 at the race's midpoint, the battle for the point was not over, as Crouch regained the spot with less than ten laps to go.

Down to the final five revolutions, Marks ripped the cushion off the fourth turn to take the point at the line. Racing hard under the No. 19, who held the center lane, a slip off the bottom would see Crouch spinning to a stop exiting the second turn.

Back to green with four to go, Marks would go unchallenged for his first career MYCO Plastics ASCS Elite Outlaw Sprints victory.

Battle for second on the restart, Noah Gass diced it up with Blake Hahn for the silver step with Hahn able to fend off the No. 20g. Noah Gass crossed third with Wayne Johnson and Sam Hafertepe, Jr. completing the top five.

The MYCO Plastics ASCS Elite Outlaw Sprints and POWRi Outlaw Sprints return to the Texas Motor Speedway Dirt Track on Saturday, April 6.

The ASCS Elite Wing and Non-Wing Series is owned and operated by Nathan Moore and operates under the sanction of the American Sprint Car Series. Rules for both tours can be found at http://www.ascsracing.com. Nathan can be reached at (903) 780-9934 or by email at elitenonwingsprints@gmail.com,

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

RACE RESULTS:

ASCS Elite Outlaw VS POWRi Outlaw Texas Motor Speedway Dirt Track (Ft. Worth, Texas) Friday, April 5, 2024

Hoosier Racing Tire Hoosier Racing Tire Qualifying: 1. 1-Brenham Crouch, 13.872[17]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn, 13.987[18]; 3. 19-Brent Marks, 14.081[24]; 4. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, 14.184[16]; 5. 4M-Austin Mundie, 14.284[21]; 6. 23B-Brian Bell, 14.305[6]; 7. 20G-Noah Gass, 14.350[13]; 8. 88R-Ryder Laplante, 14.543[4]; 9. 2B-Brett Becker, 14.576[23]; 10. 16G-Austyn Gossel, 14.597[10]; 11. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 14.610[2]; 12. 1J-Danny Jennings, 14.610[11]; 13. 44-Chris Martin, 14.615[7]; 14. 4-Cameron Martin, 14.687[14]; 15. 72-Blaine Baxter, 14.746[12]; 16. 42P-Preston Perlmutter, 14.936[25]; 17. 17H-Wout Hoffmans, 15.004[20]; 18. 9$-Kyle Clark, 15.026[22]; 19. 01J-Jeb Sessums, 15.109[9]; 20. 10G-Marcus Thomas, 15.459[19]; 21. 3D-Jeff Day Jr, 15.466[8]; 22. 17-Matt Etzelmiller, 15.881[1]; 23. 10-Bryan Debrick, 16.370[5]; 24. 21-Michelle Parson, 17.000[3]; 25. J2-John Carney II, 17.001[15]

Flying A Motorsports Flying A Motorsports Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 20G-Noah Gass[2]; 2. 1-Brenham Crouch[4]; 3. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[3]; 4. 16G-Austyn Gossel[1]; 5. 44-Chris Martin[5]; 6. 01J-Jeb Sessums[7]; 7. 42P-Preston Perlmutter[6]; 8. 17-Matt Etzelmiller[8]; 9. (DNS) J2-John Carney II

Engler Machine Tool Engler Machine&Tool Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson[1]; 2. 4M-Austin Mundie[3]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 4. 4-Cameron Martin[5]; 5. 88R-Ryder Laplante[2]; 6. 17H-Wout Hoffmans[6]; 7. 10G-Marcus Thomas[7]; 8. 10-Bryan Debrick[8]

MVT Services MVT Services Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 19-Brent Marks[4]; 2. 1J-Danny Jennings[1]; 3. 2B-Brett Becker[2]; 4. 23B-Brian Bell[3]; 5. 72-Blaine Baxter[5]; 6. 9$-Kyle Clark[6]; 7. 3D-Jeff Day Jr[7]; 8. (DNS) 21-Michelle Parson

Toyota Racing Development A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 19-Brent Marks[1]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 3. 20G-Noah Gass[5]; 4. 2C-Wayne Johnson[7]; 5. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[6]; 6. 23B-Brian Bell[8]; 7. 4M-Austin Mundie[4]; 8. 10G-Marcus Thomas[20]; 9. 1-Brenham Crouch[2]; 10. 2B-Brett Becker[9]; 11. 44-Chris Martin[14]; 12. 01J-Jeb Sessums[16]; 13. 72-Blaine Baxter[15]; 14. 9$-Kyle Clark[18]; 15. 3D-Jeff Day Jr[21]; 16. 16G-Austyn Gossel[12]; 17. 17-Matt Etzelmiller[22]; 18. 1J-Danny Jennings[10]; 19. 88R-Ryder Laplante[11]; 20. 10-Bryan Debrick[23]; 21. 17H-Wout Hoffmans[17]; 22. 4-Cameron Martin[13]; 23. 42P-Preston Perlmutter[19]; 24. 21-Michelle Parson[24]; 25. J2-John Carney II[25]

 

 

Eye On Safety: Fire And Rescue Team Added To ASCS National Tour Events In 2024

CONCORD, NC (April 5, 2024) – In a continued effort to put safety at the forefront, World Racing Group is expanding its safety efforts to the American Sprint Car Series with the addition of the ASCS Fire and Rescue Team.

Like the addition of a traveling safety team for the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series at the beginning of the season, the ASCS National Tour will also have its own safety crew on scene at every event.

Those who've raced with the ASCS in previous years will find familiarity with the team leading the safety efforts, as it will be headed by Billy Hurt, whose team has been with the ASCS Warrior Region for several years.

“The ASCS Fire and Rescue Team is excited for the opportunity to be a part of the National Tour,” Hurt said. “The National teams will have peace of mind knowing we will be there to assist and protect them at all of their events. This is just one of the good things World Racing Group is bringing to Sprint Car racing, and we can't wait to see what other things improve with this tour.”

Hurt, who has been involved in the safety and rescue of Sprint Car drivers for over 22 years, has been in the fire service since 1982, serving first as a volunteer, and has been a career firefighter and EMT for 26 years in Columbia, MO. Bringing his familiar crew on the road with him, they combine for over 70 years of fire service and training. His team is also an active part of the on-site safety/first responders during the Tulsa Shootout and Chili Bowl Nationals.

"The addition of the ASCS Fire and Rescue Team at all National events will be a tremendous asset for the American Sprint Car Series and World Racing Group going forward,” said Lonnie Wheatley, ASCS Series Director. “While ideally, we would hope to never have the need to put them into action, all teams competing at ASCS National events can rest assured that they are in the most capable hands if and when the Fire and Rescue Team's extensive skills and experience are called upon. This is a significant step for the American Sprint Car Series in ensuring the safety of its competitors and an early indication of further positive developments for the Series."

The National Tour of the American Sprint Car Series will begin its 2024 season at Super Bee Speedway in Chatham, LA, on Friday-Saturday, April 19-20. An updated lineup of events throughout the 2024 season is expected soon.

The 2024 season marks the 33rd season of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes regional tours encompassing Wing and Non-Wing competition.

Live coverage of the National Tour can be found exclusively at http://www.DIRTVision.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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

ASCS Elite North Moves To Wings With ASCS Western Plains Region

CONCORD, N.C (April 3, 2024) Starting as a wingless series and following under the open engine concept of the Elite series in Texas, the Elite North Tour, based in Colorado, made the move to wings partway through 2023 and will remain that way in 2024.

This move will see a shift in the rules to the traditional ASCS package, and a rebranding of the series as the ASCS Western Plains Region. Working closely with the ASCS Northern Plains Region, which operates in Wyoming and South Dakota primarily, the two series will co-sanction events and work to keep from running against each other.

"We’re excited to work with World Racing Group, not only with ASCS but also with DIRTcar,” stated Joe Bellm of BST Promotions, who heads the Colorado-based tour.

“Aligning with the major sanction bodies is what we believe is best for the promoters, tracks, racers, and the fans going forward, plus having a common set of rules throughout the regions to allow them to travel if they want, knowing the cars they are racing are the same as theirs.”

Kicking off on April 13, the series will take on El Paso County Raceway in Calhan, Colo., before squaring off against ASCS Northern Plains Region at Lincoln County Raceway in North Platte, Neb., on April 19 and April 20.

Back in Calhan, Colo., on May 11, the two tours converge again at Casper Speedway in Casper, Wyo. on May 31 and June 1. Honor Speedway in Pueblo, Colo., on September 21, the series is working on another event on July 5.

Two more times on track will be at El Paso County Raceway on August 24 and September 28 for the season finale.

Contact Joe Bellm at (720) 404-0400 for information on the series.

A reminder that all teams competing in ASCS competition must have a current DIRTcar Membership. That can be purchased at https://shorturl.at/nuIU2. The membership is $125 and is good for the 2024 calendar year.

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 (@ascsracing).

2024 ASCS Western Plains Region Lineup

4/13/2024-El Paso County Raceway (Calhan, CO)
4/19/2024-Lincoln County Raceway (North Platte, NE)
4/20/2024-Lincoln County Raceway (North Platte, NE)

5/11/2024-El Paso County Raceway (Calhan, CO)
5/31/2024-Casper Speedway (Casper, WY)

6/1/2024-Casper Speedway (Casper, WY)

7/6/2024-TBA

8/24/2024-El Paso County Raceway (Calhan, CO)

9/21/2024-Honor Speedway (Pueblo, CO

9/28/2024-El Paso County Raceway (Calhan, CO)

 

 

TUSCUMBIA, Ala. (April 2, 2024) Kicking off their third season of competition and second with the American Sprint Car Series, the ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints will hit the track on Friday, April 5, and Saturday, April 6, at North Alabama Speedway.

The tour’s debut at the three-eighths-mile oval, the two-night affair pays $2,000 to win, $300 to start each night.

Gulfport’s Brandon Blenden enters the 2024 season on title defense, having snagged the 2023 championship by a margin of 50 over Rusty Sanford. Going winless, Blenden used consistency with five top fives and seven top tens to see his way to the top.

Friday, April 5, and Saturday, April 6, open at 5:00 P.M. with cars on track at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Grandstands each night are $20 for adults and free for kids ten and under. Pits are $40 per day for adults, $20 for youth (6-11), and free for kids five and under.

North Alabama Speedway is located at 12200 AL-247, just outside Tuscumbia, Ala. For information on the track, call (256) 381-0881 or follow their social media at https://shorturl.at/bdYZ9.

The ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints is under the direction of Stefen Oakes. For questions regarding rules, procedures, and events, contact Stefen Oakes at bigshowmotorsports@yahoo.com or call (985) 285-9177.

A reminder that all teams competing in ASCS competition must have a current DIRTcar Membership. That can be purchased at https://shorturl.at/nuIU2. The membership is $125 and is good for the 2024 calendar year.

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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

Elk City Motorsports Park Ups ASCS Sooner Showdown To Two Nights

ELK CITY, Okla. (March 27, 2024) With the recent release of the updated 2024 run of events for the ASCS Sooner Region, Elk City Motorsports Park has decided to go full speed ahead with a two-night showdown on Friday, June 7, and Saturday, June 8.

Located in western Oklahoma, the three-eighths-mile oval had originally been slated for a one-night event on June 22, but after a quick look at the updated schedule, found the early June dates listed as TBA to be more suitable for the track, while allowing teams and fans a better racing experience for their travels.

Reopened in 2022 after being shuttered since 2019, the tour made its first visit to Elk City on April 22, 2023, with Jace Park wheeling the Morton Excavating No. 87j to victory.

The Sooner Region of the American Sprint Car Series pays a standard $2,000 to win, $300 to start purse with $100 to non-transferring drivers. Cody Cordell is the Competition Director for the ASCS National Tour, as well as the Director for the Sooner Region. Teams and Tracks can contact Cody at (918) 407-1879 or Ccordell@dirtcar.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 (@ascsracing).

2024 ASCS Sooner Region Schedule:

3/23 - Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, OK)
5/3 - RPM Speedway (Crandall, TX)
5/4 - RPM Speedway (Crandall, TX)
5/10 - Red Dirt Raceway (Meeker, OK)
5/11 - TBA
5/17 - Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, OK)
5/18 - Caney Valley Speedway (Caney, KS)
6/7 - Elk City Motorsports Park (Elk City, OK)
6/8 - Elk City Motorsports Park (Elk City, OK)
6/13 - Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, OK)
6/14 - Arrowhead Speedway (Colcord, OK)
6/15 - Lawton Speedway (Lawton, OK)
6/28 - Tulsa Speedway (Tulsa, OK)
6/29 - Tulsa Speedway (Tulsa, OK)
8/16 - Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, OK)
8/17 - 81 Speedway (Park City, KS)
9/7 - Enid Speedway (Enid, OK)
10/18 - TBA
10/19 - Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, OK)

**Subject to change without notice.

 

 

Updated 2024 ASCS Sooner Region Lineup Released

CONCORD, N.C. (March 25, 2024) Working as quickly as possible to shore up schedules across all tours of the American Sprint Car Series, after World Racing Group acquired the sanctioning body earlier this month, an updated lineup of events for the ASCS Sooner Region has been released.

The new slate currently has 16 confirmed dates, with four more in the works. The regional tour kicked off this past Saturday night at Creek County Speedway in Sapulpa, Okla., with Washington native Seth Bergman charging from 15th to win the tour’s first visit to the quarter-mile oval this season.

Off during April, the tour resumes with a co-sanctioned affair against the National Tour at RPM Speedway in Crandall, Texas, on Friday, May 3, and Saturday, May 4. The following weekend moves into Oklahoma, with the two series again going toe-to-toe at Red Dirt Raceway in Meeker on Friday, May 10.

Back at Creek County Speedway on Friday, May 18, the following night will trek north to Caney Valley Speedway in Caney, Kan.

A three night run sets up on Thursday, June 13 with Creek County again on the card, followed by Arrowhead Speedway in Colcord, Okla. on Friday, June 14, then Lawton Speedway on Saturday, June 15, followed by Elk City Motorsports Park on Saturday, June 22. Two nights at Tulsa Speedway round out the month with shows on Friday, June 18, and Saturday, June 29.

Back on track in August, Creek County Speedway will take Friday, August 16, followed by Enid Speedway on Saturday, August 17. The season will wrap up with the Fall Fling on Saturday, October 19, at Creek County Speedway.

Dates marked as TBA include May 11, June 7, June 8, and October 18.

The Sooner Region of the American Sprint Car Series pays a standard $2,000 to win, $300 to start purse with $100 to non-transferring drivers. Cody Cordell is the Competition Director for the ASCS National Tour, as well as the Director for the Sooner Region. Teams and Tracks can contact Cody at (918) 407-1879 or Ccordell@dirtcar.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 (@ascsracing).

 

Seth Bergman Destroys ASCS Sooner Competition At Creek County Speedway

SAPULPA, Okla. (March 23, 2024) Drawing the highest pill and having to race his way into the show via the B-Feature was not enough to stop Seth Bergman Saturday night, as the Washington shoe rocketed from 15th to first for his 12th career ASCS Sooner triumph at Creek County Speedway.

Career win No. 19 with the regional tour, Seth chased until the white flag lap. Cautions leading up to the race’s final run helped Seth pick his competition’s pockets, but traffic racing side-by-side coming to the white flag would open the door for the Evergreen Coffee, Co. No. 23.

Going after Alex Sewell, who had led since Lap 9 when Zach Chappell spun while pacing the field, the SWI No. 8 stuck the top and watched as Bergman rocketed off the bottom of the fourth turn to take the lead.

Protecting the hub from there, Alex shot the cushion one last time off the final turn but came up 0.100 seconds shy of reclaiming the point. Andrew Deal rolled his way to third after starting tenth, with Sean McClelland going 13th to fourth. Hank Davis was another mover from 14th to fifth.

The ASCS Sooner Region races next at RPM Speedway in Crandall, Texas with the National Tour on Friday, March 3, and, Saturday, May 4.

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

Race Results:

ASCS Sooner Region
Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, Okla.)
Saturday, March 23, 2024

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 2. 26M-Fred Mattox[1]; 3. 9$-Kyle Clark[2]; 4. 91-Michael Day[4]; 5. 1-Sean McClelland[6]; 6. 2J-Zach Blurton[5]; 7. 55-Corey McGehee[8]; 8. 55B-Brandon Anderson[7]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 22M-Rees Moran[1]; 2. 13-Elijah Gile[2]; 3. 71-Brady Baker[4]; 4. V8-Robert Vetter[3]; 5. 15D-Andrew Deal[7]; 6. 1H-Hank Davis[8]; 7. 938-Bradley Fezard[6]; 8. 29-Emilio Hoover[5]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 50Z-Zach Chappell[2]; 2. 2P-Chase Porter[3]; 3. 8-Alex Sewell[6]; 4. 03-Joe Wood Jr[1]; 5. 31-Casey Wills[5]; 6. 23-Seth Bergman[8]; 7. 7F-Noah Harris[4]; 8. 2-Brekton Crouch[7]

B Feature (10 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[1]; 2. 31-Casey Wills[3]; 3. 2J-Zach Blurton[4]; 4. 03-Joe Wood Jr[2]; 5. 938-Bradley Fezard[6]; 6. 7F-Noah Harris[7]; 7. 55-Corey McGehee[5]; 8. 2-Brekton Crouch[9]; 9. 29-Emilio Hoover[10]; 10. 55B-Brandon Anderson[8]

A-Feature (30 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[15]; 2. 8-Alex Sewell[2]; 3. 15D-Andrew Deal[10]; 4. 1-Sean McClelland[13]; 5. 1H-Hank Davis[14]; 6. 9$-Kyle Clark[9]; 7. 71-Brady Baker[8]; 8. 22M-Rees Moran[3]; 9. 2P-Chase Porter[6]; 10. 2J-Zach Blurton[17]; 11. 938-Bradley Fezard[19]; 12. 7F-Noah Harris[20]; 13. V8-Robert Vetter[12]; 14. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 15. 26M-Fred Mattox[7]; 16. 91-Michael Day[11]; 17. 50Z-Zach Chappell[1]; 18. 13-Elijah Gile[5]; 19. 31-Casey Wills[16]; 20. 03-Joe Wood Jr[18]

 

 

 

ASCS Sooner Region Opening 2024 Slate This Saturday

CONCORD, N.C. (March 18, 2024) The 2024 season for the ASCS Sooner Region kicks off Saturday, March 23, with a $ 2,000-to-win, $350 to-start showdown at Creek County Speedway.

A few updates on the 2024 season:

• Cody Cordell has been named Competition Director for the ASCS National Tour, as well as the Director for the Sooner Region. He is working to confirm all remaining dates on the 2024 schedule. Teams and Tracks can contact Cody at (918) 407-1879 or Ccordell@dirtcar.com.

• Originally a two-night weekend with Thunderbird Speedway in Muskogee on Friday, track management recently posted a drastically reduced lineup of events that, unfortunately, do not include the Oklahoma-based tour.

• Following this Saturday’s event at Creek County Speedway, the next confirmed dates will be co-sanctioned with the National Tour and Gulf South Region at RPM Speedway in Crandall, Texas, on Friday, May 3, and Saturday, May 4.

• All teams competing in ASCS competition must have a current DIRTcar Membership. That can be purchased at https://shorturl.at/nuIU2. The membership is $125 and is good for the 2024 calendar year.

• Anyone who purchased an ASCS Membership before the sanctioning body was acquired by World Racing Group will be covered. Drivers will just need to fill out the required DIRTcar paperwork.

• Event format will run under the normal draw/passing point system.

Saturday, March 23, at Creek County Speedway, is promoted by ASCS founder Emmett Hahn. Pits open at 4:00 P.M., with grandstands opening at 5:00 P.M. Hot Laps are slated for 7:00 P.M. with racing at 7:30 P.M. (CDT).

Saturday’s event will include Factory Stocks ($300 to win, $75 to start) and Sooner State Dwarf Cars ($200 to win, $50 to start). Starting at 6:00 P.M., Oklahoma racing legends Emmett Hahn, Jerry Stone, Jackie Howerton, and Shane Carson will sign autographs in the midway.

Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for youth (11-14), and free for kids ten and under. Pit Passes are $35. Creek County Speedway accepts cash and all major credit cards.

There will also be Chili Bowl tickets, hat, and shirt giveaways throughout the night.

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) 417-0624, or follow on Twitter (@CreekSpeedway), and https://www.facebook.com/CreekCountySpeedway.

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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

ASCS Hires Lonnie Wheatley as Series Director, Cody Cordell as Competition Director

The American Sprint Car Series has taken another step forward in solidifying and enhancing its future with Oklahoma natives Lonnie Wheatley and Cody Cordell hired for key leadership roles.

Wheatley will serve as Series Director, while Cordell will be the Series’ Competition Director – along with helming the ASCS Sooner Region.

“Finding the right Series Director and Competition Director to help lead the ASCS was a primary focus after acquiring the Series, and we couldn’t be happier to have Lonnie Wheatley and Cody Cordell fill those important roles,” said Brian Dunlap, who has led the integration of the ASCS into World Racing Group. “Cordell and Wheatley have already established themselves in the region and within the Sprint Car community, garnering respect from officials and drivers alike. We’re confident the ASCS is in good hands and will only grow with them leading the way.”

For both Sooners, it’s a dream opportunity to have a hand in building up the Series they’ve followed since its inception.

“I’m really excited about it,” said Wheatley, who previously spent a decade as the ASCS media director. “I don’t know when I’ve been this excited about something. It’s a series that means a lot to me. It’s pretty near and dear to me, really going back to its inception.

“I was racing a [Super Modified] around that time when it started. That was kind of a goal to get there. I never quite got there. Ten years later, I started working with ASCS. I worked with them for 10 years and I think the 10 years I was there we built it into a really prominent series. And now I’m excited about the opportunity to get back in there under the umbrella of [World Racing Group] and their resources and their infrastructure. I think we can do a lot of positive things, not only for ASCS but for Sprint Car racing in general.”

Cordell spent the last four years working with Sprint Car driver Noah Gass, serving as crew chief and team leader. That tenure also included two full years on the road with the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series.

While it was difficult for him to leave the team, which had become like a second family, Cordell’s passion for ASCS and his vision of where it can go made for an opportunity he couldn’t pass up.

“I’m just excited about the opportunity,” he said. “It is kind of a career change for me as far as coming off the road as a crew chief. Kind of going on the official side of it, something I’ve always wanted to do. I have done it before in the past. I figured I’d get back to it eventually, I just didn’t figure it would be right now… I’m looking forward to getting going.

“I think it is an exciting time. I think it is an exciting thing to move to the future. It’s a big career move for me. I think I’ll get the respect of everyone pretty quick. I want to be known as a fair guy. I want to be known as the guy that treated everyone equal.”

Wheatley and Cordell will enter the season already having an established rapport. Both grew up around the Oklahoma racing scene, and crossed paths on various occasions, such as during Cordell’s time as Race Director with POWRi and while both worked the Chili Bowl Nationals.

Wheatley has worked the Tulsa Shootout and Chili Bowl Nationals for more than 20 years, helping with media needs, and more recently developing the formats, covering the passing points and managing the efficiency of the shows. He’s also worked at Dodge City Raceway Park for nine years, severing multiple duties, including media lead, and worked the Short Track Nationals for more than 20 years.

Now, at the helm of the American Sprint Car Series, Wheatley is eager to bring his experience and knowledge to his new role with a mission to again establish the ASCS as a prominent Sprint Car series.

“The best thing that could have happened to ASCS at this point is the acquisition by WRG, because they have the resources available for us to go in there and take a real strong look at the things we need to do and can do to sustain the Series and build it up,” Wheatley said. “Not only on the national levels, but on the regional levels as well. I see it as a great opportunity for the series and I’m excited to be a part of it.”

Up next for ASCS is the doubleheader weekend for the ASCS Sooner Region with racing at Thunderbird Speedway, March 22, and at Creek County Speedway, March 23.

The ASCS National Tour will kick off its 2024 season at Super Bee Speedway in Chatham, LA, April 19-20.

If you can’t make it to the track, you can watch every ASCS National Series race live on DIRTVision – either at DIRTVision.com or through the DIRTVision App.

 

 

Unfavorable Weekend Weather Conditions Postpone ASCS Event at RPM

With weather models showing heavy rain and hazardous conditions in Crandall, Texas this weekend, American Sprint Car Series and RPM Speedway officials have agreed to postpone the two-day ASCS show to May, keeping the safety of drivers and fans in mind.

The rescheduled event will take place Friday-Saturday, May 3-4, featuring the ASCS National Tour, ASCS Gulf South Region and ASCS Sooner Region.

With the postponement, the ASCS National Championship season-opener now moves to Super Bee Speedway in Chatham, LA, April 19-20. The National Series will be joined by the ASCS Gulf South Region and ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints.

It’ll be the ASCS National Series’ first time back at Super Bee Speedway since 2012 – a race won by Jason Johnson.

The next ASCS events will be with the Sooner Region when they run at Thunderbird Speedway on March 22, and Creek County Speedway on March 23.

If you can’t make it to the track, you can watch every ASCS National Series race live on DIRTVision.

For more about the American Sprint Car Series, make sure to follow all ASCS social channels to keep up with the latest news and updates.

 

 

Championship Points Fund Established for ASCS National Tour

One week after acquiring the American Sprint Car Series (ASCS), World Racing Group has set the 2024 national series points fund and driver benefit package heading into the season-opening event March 15-16 at RPM Speedway in Crandall, Texas.

The drivers and teams will be racing for a share of a $152,000 championship point fund, with the champion earning $40,000. The top 10 finishing positions in the title race will be paid, with $25,000 going to second; $20,000 for third; $15,000 for fourth; $12,000 for fifth; $10,000 for sixth; $9,000 for seventh; $8,000 for eighth; $7,000 for ninth; and $6,000 for 10th.

In addition, the top five competitors in national series points will receive $400 in tow money, while positions six through 10 will receive $300. For the second night of a two-night event, a tow package of 50 percent will be issued. Tow money for drivers is like appearance fees in other forms of entertainment.

Every competitor who draws in for a race night will be required to pay $20. The nightly draw fees will be awarded to that night’s hard charger.

“Even though everything is coming together quickly with our involvement in the ASCS, establishing the championship points fund and tow package ahead of next week’s season opener was important so racers and their teams know what they’re competing for over the course of the season,” said Brian Dunlap, who is leading the integration of the ASCS into World Racing Group. “The World of Outlaws and the Edwards family go back to the beginning of the Outlaws in 1978, so it’s only fitting we’re kicking off our leadership of the ASCS with Martin Edwards promoting the first event next week at RPM Speedway.”

All competitors will be required to purchase a DIRTcar Sprint Car membership, trackside or online at DIRTcarMembers.com. That membership will allow racers to compete in World of Outlaws competition, as well. Competitors who have already purchased a 2024 ASCS membership will have to complete a DIRTcar Sprint Car membership, but no payment will be required. The DIRTcar Sprint Car membership is $125 annually.

A nearly 40-race tour across 10 states will make up ASCS’ 2024 national championship season, including the prestigious $20,000-to-win 360 Knoxville Nationals at Iowa’s Knoxville Raceway, Aug. 1-3.

The 2024 ASCS national championship season begins March 15-16 at RPM Speedway, marking the Series’ inaugural event under the World Racing Group banner.

To watch every national American Sprint Car Series race live, visit DIRTVision.com or download the DIRTVision App.

 

 

Emmett Hahn Presents The ASCS Sooner Region On Saturday, March 23

SAPULPA, Okla. (March 6, 2024) The American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley's Racing Products will make their first appearance of the season at Creek County Speedway on Saturday, March 23.

Now part of the World Racing Group family, which is the parent company of DIRTcar and the World of Outlaws, the Sooner Region will grace Creek County clay six times in 2024. The upcoming showdown will feature at $2,000 to win, $300 to start feature event.

Part of the tour's 2024 season-opening weekend, the event will include a pre-race meet and greet with Emmett Hahn, along with other racing legends Jerry Stone and Jackie Howerton. It will also feature Chili Bowl tickets, hats, and shirt giveaways.

Saturday, March 23, opens at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 7:30 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for youth (11-14), and free for kids 10 and under. Pit Passes are $35. The Saturday showdown will also include Factory Stocks and Sooner State Dwarf Cars.

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) 417-0624, or follow on Twitter (@CreekSpeedway), and https://www.facebook.com/CreekCountySpeedway.

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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

Hafertepe Handles Kennedale Crowd With ASCS Elite Outlaw Sprints

KENNDALE, Texas (March 2, 2024) Racing close to home over the weekend, Sunnyvale’s Sam Hafertepe, Jr. captured Saturday’s $4,000 prize over a field of 32 with the MYCO Plastics ASCS Elite Outlaw Sprints onboard the Hills Racing No. 15h.

The 75th time Hafertepe has topped an ASCS Regional event, Saturday was his first with the MYCO Plastics ASCS Elite Outlaw Sprints.

A nice tune-up for the Cowtown Classic this coming weekend with the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Cars, Hafertepe took the green from the right of the front row, where Louisiana’s Koty Adams would take advantage of his pole starting position to lead into the first and second turns.

Holding point through the opening dozen circuits, the battle for the lead came as the pair approached traffic, with Hafertepe taking a couple shots at it before securing the top spot with an inside move off the fourth turn.

Holding on through several restarts throughout the remainder of the race, the final pause came with three laps to run, where the five-time ASCS National Tour Champion remained unchallenged for the win over Blaine Baxter, who trailed by 0.777-seconds.

Another whirlwind of a night for California’s Dominic Scelzi, a trip to the tail on Lap 5 after going around saw the No. 41 charge his way back to the front for a third-place finish. Logan McCandless and Koty Adams made up the top five.

Ryder Laplante advanced ten spots to finish sixth, with Missouri’s Ayrton Gennetten up a dozen positions for seventh. Marcus Thomas, Brian Bell, and Claude Estes completed the top ten.

The MYCO Plastics ASCS Elite Outlaw Sprints race again on Friday, April 26, at the Heart O’ Texas Speedway in Waco.

The ASCS Elite Wing and Non-Wing Series is owned and operated by Nathan Moore and operates under the sanction of the American Sprint Car Series. Rules for both tours can be found at http://www.ascsracing.com. Nathan can be reached at (903) 780-9934 or by email at elitenonwingsprints@gmail.com,

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

RACE RESULTS

ASCS Elite Outlaw Sprints
Kennedale Speedway Park (Kennedale, Texas)
Saturday, March 2, 2024

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 2. 29-Logan McCandless[2]; 3. 2C-Wayne Johnson[7]; 4. 2B-Brett Becker[5]; 5. G6-Cody Gardner[4]; 6. 74E-Claude Estes[8]; 7. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 8. 3D-Jeff Day Jr[6]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 73-Scotty Thiel[1]; 2. 10G-Marcus Thomas[2]; 3. 6-Koty Adams[6]; 4. 23-Lance Moss[5]; 5. 01J-Jeb Sessums[8]; 6. 44-Jason Howell[3]; 7. 21-Michelle Parson[4]; 8. 16G-Austyn Gossel[7]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[2]; 2. 36-Jason Martin[1]; 3. 25B-Blaine Baxter[6]; 4. 5R-John Ricketts[4]; 5. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[5]; 6. 4-Austin Mundie[8]; 7. 44C-Chris Martin[7]; 8. 35K-Dylan McCann[3]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 41-Dominic Scelzi[1]; 2. 20G-Noah Gass[4]; 3. 23B-Brian Bell[2]; 4. 88R-Ryder Laplante[5]; 5. V8-Robert Vetter[6]; 6. 10X-Bryan Debrick[7]; 7. 5-Lucas Boxwell[8]; 8. 47W-Chipper Wood[3]

B Feature 1 (10 Laps, Top 2 advanced): 1. 74E-Claude Estes[2]; 2. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[3]; 3. 44C-Chris Martin[5]; 4. 52-Blake Hahn[6]; 5. 3D-Jeff Day Jr[7]; 6. 47W-Chipper Wood[8]; 7. 10X-Bryan Debrick[4]; 8. 5R-John Ricketts[1]

B Feature 2 (10 Laps, Top 2 advanced): 1. 4-Austin Mundie[2]; 2. G6-Cody Gardner[3]; 3. 44-Jason Howell[4]; 4. V8-Robert Vetter[1]; 5. 21-Michelle Parson[5]; 6. 5-Lucas Boxwell[8]; 7. 16G-Austyn Gossel[6]; 8. 35K-Dylan McCann[7]

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[2]; 2. 25B-Blaine Baxter[4]; 3. 41-Dominic Scelzi[8]; 4. 29-Logan McCandless[9]; 5. 6-Koty Adams[1]; 6. 88R-Ryder Laplante[16]; 7. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[19]; 8. 10G-Marcus Thomas[10]; 9. 23B-Brian Bell[13]; 10. 74E-Claude Estes[17]; 11. 20G-Noah Gass[5]; 12. G6-Cody Gardner[20]; 13. 2C-Wayne Johnson[3]; 14. 23-Lance Moss[15]; 15. 01J-Jeb Sessums[12]; 16. 4-Austin Mundie[18]; 17. 73-Scotty Thiel[7]; 18. 95-Matt Covington[6]; 19. 36-Jason Martin[11]; 20. 2B-Brett Becker[14]

 

 

Noah Gass Strikes At Hunt County With The ASCS Elite Outlaw Sprints!

GREENVILLE, Texas (March 1, 2024) Taking on a true outlaw schedule in 2024, Oklahoma’s Noah Gass started things off with sweet victory Friday night at Hunt County Raceway in Greenville, Texas with the MYCO Plastics ASCS Elite Outlaw Sprints.

Pocketing $4,000 in the Smiley Sitton Classic, the win his is first in ASCS competition, and marks his return to Victory Lane for the first time since September 25, 2021, at the Plymouth Dirt Track in Wisconsin.

Holding pace through several early race cautions, Gass led the opening 15 revolutions before surrendering the point to Missouri’s, Ayrton Gennetten. Keeping the No. 20g at bay on a couple of Lap 17 restarts, Gennetten gapped the field, but a slip with five laps to run opened the door from Gass, who railed the cushion to retake the point.

Picking traffic quickly in the closing laps, Gass found the checkered flag 1.434-seconds ahead of Gennetten.

Third went to Sam Hafertepe, Jr. with 15th starting Dominic Scelzi clawing his way through the field to finish fourth. Back and forth with the No. 15h at the start of the feature, Jason Martin would end up fifth.

Brian Bell was sixth, followed by Logan McCandless. Rolling from 20th, Jeb Sessums advanced a dozen times to finish eighth. Blaine Baxter and Lance Moss made up the top ten.

Racing with the MYCO Plastics ASCS Elite Outlaw Sprints continues on Saturday, March 2, at Kennedale Speedway Park. The event is $4,000 to win, $300 to start. Gates open at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 7:00 P.M. (CT). Tickets are $18 for adults, $12 for seniors, $7 for youth (7-11), and free for kids five and under.

Live coverage can be found at https://www.raceon.com.

The ASCS Elite Wing and Non-Wing Series is owned and operated by Nathan Moore and operates under the sanction of the American Sprint Car Series. Rules for both tours can be found at http://www.ascsracing.com. Nathan can be reached at (903) 780-9934 or by email at elitenonwingsprints@gmail.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 (@ASCSRacing).

RACE RESULTS

ASCS Elite Outlaw Sprints
Hunt County Raceway (Greenville, Texas)
Friday, March 1, 2024

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin[2]; 2. 29-Logan McCandless[1]; 3. 23B-Brian Bell[4]; 4. 2C-Wayne Johnson[7]; 5. 41-Dominic Scelzi[5]; 6. 44C-Chris Martin[3]; 7. 4-Austin Mundie[8]; 8. 01J-Jeb Sessums[6]; 9. 44-Cody Price[9]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 73-Scotty Thiel[2]; 2. 25B-Blaine Baxter[3]; 3. 2W-Whit Gastineau[5]; 4. 10G-Marcus Thomas[6]; 5. 88R-Ryder Laplante[7]; 6. 23-Lance Moss[8]; 7. 9-Kevin Rutherford[4]; 8. 35K-Dylan McCann[1]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[6]; 2. 20G-Noah Gass[4]; 3. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[8]; 4. 91-Michael Day[5]; 5. 00-Jaden Brown[1]; 6. 16G-Austyn Gossel[3]; 7. 30-Joseph Miller[7]; 8. 4X-Heath Nestrick[2]; 9. B2-Carson Bolden[9]

B Feature (12 Laps, Top 4 advanced): 1. 4-Austin Mundie[1]; 2. 44C-Chris Martin[2]; 3. 16G-Austyn Gossel[3]; 4. 01J-Jeb Sessums[6]; 5. 30-Joseph Miller[4]; 6. 9-Kevin Rutherford[5]; 7. 44-Cody Price[7]; 8. 2B-Brett Becker[11]; 9. B2-Carson Bolden[8]; 10. 4X-Heath Nestrick[9]; 11. 3D-Jeff Day Jr[12]; 12. (DNS) 35K-Dylan McCann

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 20G-Noah Gass[3]; 2. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[2]; 3. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[4]; 4. 41-Dominic Scelzi[15]; 5. 36-Jason Martin[1]; 6. 23B-Brian Bell[10]; 7. 29-Logan McCandless[9]; 8. 01J-Jeb Sessums[20]; 9. 25B-Blaine Baxter[6]; 10. 23-Lance Moss[14]; 11. 44C-Chris Martin[18]; 12. 88R-Ryder Laplante[13]; 13. 16G-Austyn Gossel[19]; 14. 91-Michael Day[12]; 15. 10G-Marcus Thomas[11]; 16. 73-Scotty Thiel[5]; 17. 2C-Wayne Johnson[8]; 18. 2W-Whit Gastineau[7]; 19. 4-Austin Mundie[17]; 20. 00-Jaden Brown[16]

 

 

South Texas Race Ranch Fires Off 2024 ASCS National Championship on March 1-2

DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (February 12, 2024) - For the first time since 1998, the American Sprint Car Series returns to South Texas Race Ranch in Corpus Christi, Texas on March 1-2 to begin the 2024 National Championship season.

Hosting three races in series history at was formerly known as South Texas Speedway, Garry Lee Maier picked up each of those victories.

Jason Martin returns for his third season and is going after his second National Championship.

Drivers returning to action from 2023 include, Matt Covington, Jordon Mallett, Brandon Anderson, Kyler Johnson, Landon Britt, Christopher Townsend, and Michael Day.

Sam Hafertepe, Jr., Seth Bergman, Zach Blurton, Terry Easum, Jeffrey Newell, Bradley Fezard, Hank Davis, and Andrew Deal have also thrown their hat into the mix to chase the 2024 ASCS National Championship.

Friday nights event at South Texas Race Ranch will pay $3,000 to win and $400 to start while Saturday nights finale will pay $4,000 to win and $400 to start.

2024 ASCS National Tour teams inside the top 10 and are members in good standing, will receive $400 a night in appearance money while also receiving one complementary pit pass.

ASCS Memberships are available on the ASCS website. www.ascsracing.com

EVENT INFO >> ASCS National at South Texas Race Ranch

Friday, March 1:

Pits Open: 4pm
ASCS Pill Draw: 5:30pm to 6pm
ASCS Drivers Meeting: 6:15pm
Hot Laps: 7pm
Racing Starts: 8pm

Saturday, March 2:

Pits Open: 3pm
ASCS Pill Draw: 4:30pm to 5pm
ASCS Drivers Meeting: 5:15pm
Hot Laps: 6pm
Racing Starts: 7pm

EVENT PRICES >>

Friday, March 1:

Adults: $25
Seniors / Military: $20
Children 12 & Under: Free
Pits: $40

Saturday, March 2:

Adults: $25
Seniors / Military: $20
Children 12 & Under: Free
Pits: $40

The 2024 season will mark the 33rd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

ASCS Frontier releases 15-race slate for '24
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

COUER d'ALENE, Idaho - Stagg Motor Sports and the Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series has released the tentative 2024 schedule for the regional winged 360 sprint car tour, which includes 15 races at all three dirt tracks located in Montana, along with additional events Stagg Motor Sports is involved in.

The schedule is the result of months of work between series coordinator and promoter Josh Stagg and neighboring areas and tours, including the ASCS Northern Plains Region. There are no overlapping points events between the two ASCS regional tours. Outside of ASCS Frontier action, Stagg Motor Sports is also co-promoting a Northern Speedweek in Washington and Oregon in late July.

As it did in 2023, the ASCS Frontier Region will start its 2024 tour with a two-night event at Big Sky Speedway on Friday and Saturday, May 17th and 18th. The 3/8-mile clay oval, located just north of Billings, will host a series high seven ASCS Frontier Region sprint car races in 2024.

Gallatin Speedway, a 3/10-mile clay oval located in the Bozeman suburb of Belgrade and central Montana's home for Friday night dirt track racing, will host four total events in 2024, all on Fridays, the first being the annual Spring Clash at Belgrade on June 7th. Big Sky Speedway hosts another show on Saturday, June 8th.

After being absent from Big Sky Country the prior two seasons, the American Sprint Car Series National Tour makes its return to Montana in mid-July. Gallatin Speedway, which has hosted several ASCS National Tour races over the years, will host on Friday, July 12th. Electric City Speedway in Great Falls hosts its first ASCS National Tour race since 2015 on Saturday, July 13th. The two events will be the first time the Frontier Region and the National Tour have raced together since 2021.

Things pick back up in August with the Summer Clash at Belgrade, August 2nd at Gallatin Speedway. Big Sky Speedway hosts again on Saturday, August 3rd. After last year's highly successful show, Big Sky Speedway will again host the Harvey Ostermiller Memorial on Friday and Saturday, August 23rd and 24th and will again pay $12,012 to win Saturday's finale in honor of the Montana sprint car pioneer. The track has also announced that it will increase total payout for the 2024 event.

Electric City Speedway, a 3/10-mile clay oval that is Montana's oldest operating dirt track, will host its traditional Montana Roundup on Labor Day weekend with races Friday through Sunday, August 30th through September 1st. Things wrap up with another Gallatin / Big Sky pairing the following weekend with Gallatin Speedway hosting Friday, September 6th as part of its annual Big Sky Supernationals festivities, and Big Sky Speedway closing things out on September 7th.

Outside of special events and those with the ASCS National Tour, ASCS Frontier Region events will usually pay $1,500 to win and $300 to start.

The 15-race schedule is set up to not heavily task most of the racers in the region, with there being only one instance of consecutive weekends of racing scheduled - those being the three straight that are currently set to close out the season. It is also set up to allow travel for those able and willing, as for one it does not conflict at all with the ASCS Northern Plains Region, which primarily races in eastern Wyoming and far western South Dakota. For those able and wanting, they can make the drive down I-90 to race with them without missing out on action back home.

After taking over the reins part of the way through the COVID-affected 2020 season, Josh Stagg enters his fourth full season at the helm of the Montana-based 360 sprint car tour. Announcer Andrew Kunas returns for another year as the voice of Montana 360 sprint car racing. Race director John Youngquist, social media specialist Lisa Dietz and videographer Jeff Quinn also all return as part of the Stagg Motor Sports team on the ASCS Frontier Region tour. Having started in 2013, the Frontier Region of ASCS is the latest in a long line of regional sprint car tours based in Montana going back several decades. Previous banners have included the Montana Open Wheel Racing Association, Montana Sprint Tour, Big Sky Sprint Tour and Big Sky Sprints.

Kelly Miller of Lethbridge, Alberta won a season high six races en route to his first ASCS Frontier Region series championship in 2023. Those six wins were enough to place him second on the all-time ASCS Frontier win list with 17 victories, going back to the beginning of the series in 2013. Boise, Idaho's Logan Forler, the 2021 series champion, is the all-time winningest driver in ASCS Frontier Region action with 19 wins.

In an effort to advance relations with its Pacific Northwest neighbors, Stagg Motor Sports has joined Peter Murphy Promotions in a joint venture co-promoting a new Northern Speedweek in late July. While these are not ASCS Frontier Region events, teams from Montana and vicinity are encouraged to go if they want to. Things kick off with the Elma Hall of Fame Tribute at Grays Harbor Raceway in Elma, Washington on Saturday and Sunday, July 20th and 21st, with the Sunday finale paying $5,000 to win. After a day of travel on Monday, action resumes Tuesday, July 23rd with a race at Southern Oregon Speedway, located outside Medford. Willamette Speedway in Lebanon, Oregon hosts on Wednesday, July 24th. Both Oregon shows are $3,000 to win. After another travel day on Thursday, things wrap up with the annual Bob's Burgers & Brew Summer Nationals at Skagit Speedway in Burlington, Washington on Friday and Saturday, July 26th and 27th, the finale paying over $10,000 to win.

While the Northern Speedweek happens, the three ASCS Northern Plains races in Wyoming on the last weekend of July (Friday at Casper Speedway, Saturday at Gillette Thunder Speedway and Sunday at Sheridan Speedway) are another option for ASCS Frontier Region teams. Again, there are no conflicting points races between the Frontier and Northern Plains Regions in 2024.

More details on the 2024 ASCS Frontier Region season, including streaming services, will be shared when available.

More information on the Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with the ASCS National Tour and other ASCS regional series, can be found online at www.ascsracing.com and other social media platforms including Facebook. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region tour, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.

American Sprint Car Series - Frontier Region
2024 schedule

May 17 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT (Season Opening Weekend)
May 18 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT (Season Opening Weekend)
June 7 - Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT (Spring Clash at Belgrade)
June 8 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT (Montana Spring Shootout)
July 12 - Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT (Grizzly Nationals, Part 1 w/ ASCS National)
July 13 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT (Grizzly Nationals, Part 2 w/ ASCS National)
August 2 - Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT (Summer Clash at Belgrade)
August 3 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT (Montana Summer Shootout)
August 23 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT (Harvey Ostermiller Memorial opener)
August 24 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT (Harvey Ostermiller Memorial finale)
August 30 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT (28th Montana Roundup, Night 1)
August 31 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT (28th Montana Roundup, Night 2)
September 1 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT (28th Montana Roundup, finale)
September 6 - Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT (Big Sky Supernationals)
September 7 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT (Season Finale)

Non-points, ASCS Frontier supported Northern Speedweek
presented by Stagg Motor Sports and Peter Murphy Promotions

July 20 & 21 - Grays Harbor Raceway - Elma, WA (Elma Hall of Fame Tribute)
July 23 - Southern Oregon Speedway - Medford, OR
July 24 - Willamette Speedway - Lebanon, OR
July 26 & 27 - Skagit Speedway - Burlington, WA (Bob's Burgers & Brew Summer Nationals)

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
2022 - Trever Kirkland
2023 - Kelly Miller

American Sprint Car Series
www.ascsracing.com

Stagg Motor Sports, ASCS Frontier Region
www.staggmotorsports.com

ASCS Frontier Region on Facebook

www.facebook.com/ascsfrontier

 

2024 ASCS National and Regional Point Funds Announced!

DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (January 22, 2024) - As the 2024 season for the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com nears, officials have announced both National and Regional point funds.

After increasing the point fund in 2022 under ownership of Terry Mattox, the 2024 ASCS National Championship point fund will remain unchanged with the season champion pocketing $50,000 at the awards banquet in January of 2025.

“The past two season have exceeded our expectations and to keep going in the right direction it just makes sense to keep things like they are on the National side of things.” stated ASCS Owner, Terry Mattox.

2024 ASCS National Championship Point Fund Breakdown: 1) $50,000, 2) $30,000, 3) $25,000, 4) $20,000, 5) $15,000, 6) $14,000, 7) $13,000, 8) $12,000, 9) $11,000, 10) $10,000.

The minimum point funds for ASCS Regional Tours will be modified as follows. Most regional tours have series sponsors that increase their end of the season point fund.

ASCS will pay off the following scale. If a regional tour acquires sponsorship they will advertise and pay their increased amount.

2024 ASCS Regional Tour Point Fund Breakdown: 1) $2,500, 2) $1,200, 3) $900, 4) $800, 5) $700, 6) $600, 7) $500, 8) $400, 9) $350, 10) $300.

Drivers must be ASCS members in good standing while attending 80% or more events in order to qualify for point fund.

2024 National point fund will be paid during the banquet in January 2025. Regional Tour point funds will be mailed the week following the Chili Bowl Nationals.

The 2024 season will mark the 33rd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

Zach Blurton Going Full Time With The American Sprint Car Series In 2024!

Bryan Hulbert – QUINTER, Kan. (January 22, 2024) A long time dream will be fulfilled in 2024 as Zach Blurton takes his talent on the road full-time with the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com in pursuit of the Brodix National Rookie of the Year.

“First and foremost, I need to thank my wife for going along with this crazy racing life,” chuckled Blurton.

Asked about the progression that led to this season, he said, “From my start in racing, I feel like I’ve had realistic goals and dreams. I would see the Outlaw and the All-Star schedule and think that was cool and see what was close that I could go watch, but the ASCS schedule was one that I looked at and felt that was something I could do one day.”

An accomplished and proven talent in the United Rebel Sprint Series ranks, where he ranks third in all-time wins, Blurton has stepped up his 360cid program over the past few seasons, and found success; including an ASCS National Tour win at WaKeeney Speedway on July 3, 2022.

On that race, Zach commented, “I’ll never forget that night, and that feeling of who I was racing with and had to hold off to get that win, and I want that again.”

For the 2024 season, Blurton will pilot the Swift Bullet Co./Summit Automotive Group No. 2J with Maxim Chassis and Don Ott power. No stranger to the traveling world of Sprint Car racing, Snow Giddings will take charge as the crew chief.

“We’ve been building the team, and didn’t want to do this until I knew we were ready, and I feel like we’re finally at a point to take that step and give it a try. We’re a family-oriented team, as are a lot of our sponsors, and they’ve really stepped up to help us accomplish this.”

Blurton is carrying plenty of momentum into 2024 with last year producing six wins, 20 top five, and 29 top ten finishes across various series and engine combinations.

Fans can keep track of Zach through his Social Media channel via Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/zachblurtonracing), Twitter (https://twitter.com/ZachBlurton), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/zachblurton), and TikTok (https://www.tiktok.com/@zachblurtonracing). His 2024 schedule will be updated as the season progresses at https://www.myracepass.com/drivers/18317.

Merchandise and more will be available throughout the season at https://www.buyblurton.com.

Zach would like to thank everyone who has made this possible: Summit Automotive Group, Lee Martin Family, Randy Patterson Welding, Swift Bullet Company, Lumber Lounge & Garage, Better Built Trailers, K&M Land and Cattle, Brian Younker Farms, Circle Z Trucking, Elsie's Customs, Randle's Trucking, King Racing Products, BR Motorsports, Smith Titanium and SBS Suspension.

The season kicks off at South Texas Race Ranch in Corpus Christi, Texas, on March 1 and 2.

The 2024 season will mark the 33rd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

20 Dates Highlight ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprint Schedule for 2024!

DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (January 14, 2024) - Entering their inaugural season under the sanctioning of the American Sprint Car Series, the ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints are ready for 20 events.

Eight tracks across four states make up the regional tour visiting Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi.

North Alabama Speedway in Tuscumbia, AL will kick off the season with a double header on April 5-6.

Baton Rouge Raceway in Baton Rouge, LA will see the Hurricane Region of the American Sprint Car Series on three occasions which include: April 13, June 22 and August 31.

Joining up with the ASCS National Tour on April 19-20 at Super Bee Speedway in Chatham, LA.

The first of four events on the schedule at Greenville Speedway in Greenville, MS on May 18 followed by July 13 and August 9-10.

Deep South Speedway in Loxley, AL will host the regional tour on May 25 and October 25-26.

Cruising up to Arkansas on June 7-8, Crowleys Ridge Raceway in Paragould, AR will host the June 7 date followed by June 8 at Riverside International Speedway in West Memphis, AR.

Going up against the ASCS Gulf South Region, Sabine Speedway in Many, LA will host the regional showdown on September 6.

Jackson Motor Speedway in Byram, MS will host the tour on September 14.

Joining forces with the ASCS National Tour and the United Sprint Car Series, the ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints will go for a $10,000 to win top prize at Riverside International Speedway in West Memphis, AR on September 27-28 for the World Short Track Challenge.

Stefen Oaks heads the ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints and can be contacted at 985-285-9177.

2024 ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprint Schedule of Events:

4/5: North Alabama Speedway - Tuscumbia, AL
4/6: North Alabama Speedway - Tuscumbia, AL
4/13: Baton Rouge Raceway - Baton Rouge, LA
4/19: Super Bee Speedway - Chatham, LA ^^
4/20: Super Bee Speedway - Chatham, LA ^^

5/18: Greenville Speedway - Greenville, MS
5/25: Deep South Speedway - Loxley, AL

6/7: Crowleys Ridge Raceway - Paragould, AR
6/8: Riverside International Speedway - West Memphis, AR
6/22: Baton Rouge Raceway - Baton Rouge, LA

7/13: Greenville Speedway - Greenville, MS

8/9: Greenville Speedway - Greenville, MS
8/10: Greenville Speedway - Greenville, MS
8/31: Baton Rouge Raceway - Baton Rouge, LA

9/6: Sabine Speedway - Many, LA **
9/14: Jackson Motor Speedway - Byram, MS
9/27: Riverside International Speedway - West Memphis, AR ^^
9/28: Riverside International Speedway - West Memphis, AR ^^

10/25: Deep South Speedway - Loxley, AL
10/26: Deep South Speedway - Loxley, AL

^^ - Co-Sanctioned with ASCS National
** - Co-Sanctioned with ASCS Gulf South

The 2024 season will mark the 33rd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

ASCS Sooner Region Lays Out 25 Race Lineup For 2024 Season

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (December 4, 2023) Readying for season No. 24 for the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products, the 2024 lineup is slated to have 25 nights of racing.

Spending 18 nights inside Sooner lines, the tour will venture into Kansas, Missouri, and Texas for National and Regional tour showdowns.

Kicking off the tour on March 22 and 23, Muskogee’s Thunder Speedway and Sapulpa’s Creek County Speedway will see their first visits of the season. The first trip outside state lines, the Sooner Region will take on the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com at the Texas Motor Speedway Dirt Track on April 5 and 6.

Back at Creek County on April 19, the next out of state showdown heads to Missouri for the ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps at Lake Ozark Speedway on May 3, and Lucas Oil Speedway on May 4.

Tulsa Speedway on the Salina Highbanks Speedway follows on May 10 and 11, with Creek County Speedway’s third visit on May 17, followed by the tour’s first trip of the year to Longdale Speedway on May 18.

Nevada Speedway with the Warrior Region once again on June 8, Round 4 at Creek County hits on June 13, followed by Arrowhead Speedway on June 15, then Lawton Speedway on June 15. The three-night run follows the National Tour. Elk City Motorsports Park take a date on June 22.

Back on Thunderbird Speedway on July 19, the compass points north for 81 Speedway the following night. Night No. 5 at Creek County Speedway on August 16, it’s back to 81-Speedway on August 17 with Outlaw Motor Speedway wrapping up the month on August 30. Down to the final four nights of the year, Thunderbird Speedway takes September 20, with Longdale Speedway on September 21. One trip to Enid on the season takes place on October 5, with the sixth race of the year at Creek County Speedway wrapping up the 2024 lineup on October 19.

The 2024 season will again see Joshua Tyre at the helm of the ASCS Sooner Region. Questions regarding the tour can be directed to (918) 807-2082.

The 2024 season will mark the 33rd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ascsracing).

2024 ASCS Sooner Region Lineup of Events:

Date – Track (City, State)

3/22/2024-Thunderbird Speedway (Muskogee, OK)
3/23/2024-Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, OK)

4/5/2024-Texas Motor Speedway (Fort Worth, TX)
4/6/2024-Texas Motor Speedway (Fort Worth, TX)
4/19/2024-Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, OK)

5/3/2024-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)
5/4/2024-Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, MO)
5/10/2024-Tulsa Speedway (Tulsa, OK)
5/11/2024-Salina Highbanks Speedway (Salina, OK)
5/17/2024-Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, OK)
5/18/2024-Longdale Speedway (Longdale, OK)

6/8/2024-Nevada Speedway (Nevada, MO)
6/13/2024-Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, OK)
6/14/2024-Arrowhead Speedway (Colcord, OK)
6/15/2024-Lawton Speedway (Lawton, OK)
6/22/2024-Elk City Motorsports Park (Elk City, OK)

7/19/2024-Thunderbird Speedway (Muskogee, OK)
7/20/2024-81 Speedway (Park City, KS)

8/16/2024-Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, OK)
8/17/2024-81 Speedway (Park City, KS)
8/30/2024-Outlaw Motor Speedway (Oktaha, OK)

9/20/2024-Thunderbird Speedway (Muskogee, OK)
9/21/2024-Longdale Speedway (Longdale, OK)

10/5/2024-Enid Speedway (Enid, OK)
10/19/2024-Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, OK)

 

 

Season No. 33 For The ASCS National Tour Revealed!

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (December 2, 2023) Gearing up for the 33rd season of competition, the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com has set out a 49-race lineup for the 2024 season that visits 34 tracks across a dozen states.

A mix of familiar places and new faces, the series will also see its footprint expanding back out after consolidating tighter into the mid-west over the last two seasons.

“It’s been interesting doing the schedule for 2024 and being able put events back into the lineup that have been absent, as well as continue to add new events,” stated series owner Terry Mattox.

“It’s always a challenge putting together a lineup that makes logistical and economic sense for teams, but going to 49 events at 34 tracks is a big improvement and shows the popularity of the tour. This series has always been a proving ground for new and veteran teams. We had a great title fight for 2023, and I think 2024 is going to be even better.”

Breakdown by State:

Arkansas: Three visits into the state of Arkansas, with another potential stop still sitting as a TBA, Batesville Motor Speedway will greet the tour for the 12th time on June 22. Texarkana 67 Speedway, as of now, will end out the 2024 season with the COMP Cams Short Track Nationals on November 1 and 2.

Arizona: Kicking off the 2024 season at Cocopah Speedway in Somerton and Central Arizona Speedway in Casa Grande, the first four events in the desert are non-point shows for teams to get tuned up. Cocopah Speedway has seen the tour 15 times, with the last visit coming in 2017. A regular stop for the ASCS Southwest Region, Central Arizona has been on the schedule before but has never hosted the National Tour.

Iowa: Three Iowa ovals grace the 2024 lineup. Two regular stops and a new addition, the stop in the town of Knoxville lasts three days, dishes out over $150,000, and is the kickoff to Southern Iowa Sprint Week. Happening August 1-3, the Xtreme Powered by Mediacom 360 Knoxville Nationals, presented by Great Southern Bank, will bring the tour count to 84. Returning in September, Clay County Speedway in Spencer has a dancing partner this time, with Winneshiek Raceway in Decorah hosting their first event on Saturday, September 7, while Clay County goes green for the fourth time on Tuesday, September 10.

Kansas: Six nights of racing will roll through the state of Kansas with stops at five tracks. Twice at Dodge City Raceway on June 1 and August 24, the first stop at Dodge is paired with Rush County Speedway in La Crosse on May 31, with both nights paying $5,000 to win. WaKeeney Speedway joins the next trip on August 23. Lakeside and 81 Speedway each have one night in 2024, with Kansas City on May 24 and Park City on July 20.

Kentucky: Rolling back to life and back on the National Tour’s schedule is Paducah International Raceway. One of several tours making trips to the legendary oval, the tour’s last visit was in 2018. Surrounded by a TBA, the Kentucky date is October 12.

Louisiana: Tried last year and won by Mother Nature, the tour will head back to Super Bee Speedway in Chatham on April 19 and 20. Formerly Jones Motor Speedway, a Monday Speedweek show took place in 2012 and was the sixth time the tour rolled into town.

Missouri: The home of the Diamond of Dirt Tracks and of course, the Hockett/McMillin Memorial, Lucas Oil Speedway’s September 12, 13, and 14 event pays $10,000 to win, and is one of two tracks in the “Show-Me State” on the National lineup. Lake Ozark Speedway occupies the first round of visits on May 25 and 26. There is one TBA in Missouri as of now.

Montana: A much-anticipated return, Gallatin Speedway will see action on July 12, with Electric City Speedway in Great Falls back on the schedule for the first time since 2015.

Oklahoma: Seven nights at just as many tracks; Oklahoma has the most tracks per state on the 2024 lineup. Tulsa Speedway returns to the tour on May 10, followed by the massive Salina Highbanks Speedway the following night. Creek County Speedway on June 13 starts a three-night kick that includes Arrowhead Speedway in Colcord on June 14, then Lawton Speedway for $5,000 to win on June 15. Muskogee’s Thunder Speedway will see action on July 19, with Outlaw Motor Speedway taking August 30.

Texas: The most nights of any state on the schedule at nine; those are split between five facilities. South Texas Race Ranch in Corpus Christi kicks off the 2024 point’s chase on March 1 and 2, with RPM Speedway on the schedule for the first time on March 15 and 16. Two trips accounting for four nights, the Texas Motor Speedway Dirt Track is back for the first time since 2019 with a stop on April 5 and 6, then October 4 and 5. The finale of both doubleheaders pays $5,000 to win. A track nearly lost to the pages of history, Lone Star Speedway in Kilgore is back in action, with the tour back on August 31. The $ 5,000-to-win affair is the first time back since 2012.

Wisconsin: Mississippi Thunder Speedway will be the site of the tour’s first trip into the “Badger State” on September 6. The stop joins with Iowa stops at Decorah the following night, then Spencer on Tuesday.

TBA: One more state and two more tracks sit in the TBA column. Updates on those events will be posted once confirmed.

Terry Mattox will continue his role as series owner and direction of competition in 2024. Any questions about scheduling, rules, or otherwise can be directed to him via email at terry@ascsracing.com or by phone at (918) 417-0624.

National Tour events, with the exception of Knoxville and the Short Track Nationals, will be shown live on RacinDirt.com.

The 2024 season will mark the 33rd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ascsracing).

Date – Track (City, State) Amount to win

1/26-Cocopah Speedway (Somerton, AZ) $3,000/win
1/27-Cocopah Speedway (Somerton, AZ) $4,000/win
2/2-Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, AZ) $3,000/win
2/3-Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, AZ) $4,000/win

3/1-South Texas Race Ranch (Corpus Christi, TX) $3,000/win
3/2-South Texas Race Ranch (Corpus Christi, TX) $4,000/win
3/15-RPM Speedway (Crandall, TX) $3,000/win
3/16-RPM Speedway (Crandall, TX) $4,000/win

4/5-Texas Motor Speedway (Fort Worth, TX) $3,000/win
4/6-Texas Motor Speedway (Fort Worth, TX) $5,000/win
4/19-Super Bee Speedway (Chatham, LA) $3,000/win
4/20-Super Bee Speedway (Chatham, LA) $4,000/win

5/10-Tulsa Speedway (Tulsa, OK) $4,000/win
5/11-Salina Highbanks Speedway (Salina, OK) $4,000/win
5/24-Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, KS) $5,000/win
5/25-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO) $3,000/win
5/26-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO) $4,000/win
5/31-Rush County Speedway (La Crosse, KS) $5,000/win

6/1-Dodge City Raceway Park (Dodge City, KS) $5,000/win
6/13-Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, OK) $4,000/win
6/14-Arrowhead Speedway (Colcord, OK) $4,000/win
6/15-Lawton Speedway (Lawton, OK) $5,000/win
6/21-TBA - $4,000/win
6/22-Batesville Motor Speedway (Locust Grove, AR) $4,000/win
6/28-TBA - $4,000/win
6/29-TBA - $4,000/win

7/12-Gallatin Speedway (Belgrade, MT) $4,000/win
7/13-Electric City Speedway (Great Falls, MT) $4,000/win
7/19-Thunderbird Speedway (Muskogee, OK) $4,000/win
7/20-81 Speedway (Park City, KS) $4,000/win

8/1-Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, IA) $3,000/win
8/2-Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, IA) $3,000/win
8/3-Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, IA) $20,000/win
8/23-WaKeeney Speedway (WaKeeney, KS) $4,000/win
8/24-Dodge City Raceway Park (Dodge City, KS) $4,000/win
8/30-Outlaw Motor Speedway (Oktaha, OK) $4,000/win
8/31-Lonestar Speedway (Kilgore, TX) $5,000/win

9/6-Mississippi Thunder Speedway (Fountain City, WI) $4,000/win
9/7-Winneshiek Raceway (Decorah, IA) $4,000/win
9/10-Clay County Fair Speedway (Spencer, IA) $4,000/win
9/12-Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, MO) $3,000/win
9/13-Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, MO) $3,000/win
9/14-Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, MO) $10,000/win

10/4-Texas Motor Speedway (Fort Worth, TX) $3,000/win
10/5-Texas Motor Speedway (Fort Worth, TX) $5,000/win
10/11-TBA - $4,000/win
10/12-Paducah International Raceway (Paducah, KY) $4,000/win

11/1-Texarkana 67 Speedway (Texarkana, AR) TBA
11/2-Texarkana 67 Speedway (Texarkana, AR) TBA

 

 

ASCS Gulf South Drops 2024 Lineup Of Events

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (November 28, 2023) The first ASCS Regional Tour to release its 2024 lineup of events, the ASCS Gulf South Region presented by Pipeline+MD is looking at a 23-race lineup in the tour’s first full season since 2019.

Bringing the series back to life with a couple of events in 2023, Chris Walters (Walters Promotions, LLC) has based the schedule primarily in the state of Texas, with a coupe select shows branching into Louisiana to take on the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com, and the ASCS Hurricane Super Sprints.

Lonestar Speedway in Kilgore, Texas, will feature a large number of events, with three multi-day affairs combining for seven overall nights at the high-banked oval. Hunt County Speedway will follow a similar trajectory with four nights.

Big O Speedway (Ennis, Texas), Grayson County Speedway (Bells, Texas), RPM Speedway (Crandall, Texas), South Texas Race Ranch (Corpus Christi, Texas), and Super Bee Speedway (Chatham, La.) will each see two nights of racing. Abilene Speedway and Sabine Speedway are the only tracks with a single night with the tour this coming season.

Anyone with questions about the series can call Chris at (281) 475-1919.

Support for the ASCS Gulf South Region is provided by Fast 5 Solutions, Pipeline+MD, Griffith Truck and Equipment, Precision Spray Foam, C4 Branding, What Makes Us Fire Foundation, Dusty Moon Veterinary Service, Top Coat Fabrication, Willy’s Racing Products, and Integrity Cleaning.

The 2024 season will mark the 33rd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ascsracing).

2024 ASCS Gulf South Regional Schedule:

Date – Track (City, State)

3/1/2024-South Texas Race Ranch (Corpus Christi, TX)**
3/2/2024-South Texas Race Ranch (Corpus Christi, TX)**
3/15/2024-RPM Speedway (Crandall, TX)**
3/16/2024-RPM Speedway (Crandall, TX)**

4/19/2024-Super Bee Speedway (Chatham, LA)**
4/20/2024-Super Bee Speedway (Chatham, LA)**
4/27/2024-Grayson County Speedway (Bells, TX)

5/24/2024-Lonestar Speedway (Kilgore, TX)
5/25/2024-Lonestar Speedway (Kilgore, TX)
5/26/2024-Lonestar Speedway (Kilgore, TX)

7/5/2024-Lonestar Speedway (Kilgore, TX)
7/6/2024-Lonestar Speedway (Kilgore, TX)

8/9/2024-Hunt County Raceway (Greenville, TX)
8/10/2024-Abilene Speedway (Abilene, TX)
8/31/2024-Lonestar Speedway (Kilgore, TX)

9/1/2024-Lonestar Speedway (Kilgore, TX)
9/6/2024-Sabine Speedway (Many, LA)*
9/7/2024-Grayson County Speedway (Bells, TX)
9/19/2024-Hunt County Raceway (Greenville, TX)
9/20/2024-Hunt County Raceway (Greenville, TX)
9/21/2024-Hunt County Raceway (Greenville, TX)

10/4/2024-Big O Speedway (Ennis, TX)
10/5/2024-Big O Speedway (Ennis, TX)

**co-sanctioned with ASCS National
*co-sanctioned with ASCS Hurricane

 

 

Bradley Fezard Making The Jump To The American Sprint Car Series!

Bryan Hulbert - BONNERDALE, Ark. (November 13, 2023) Adding another name to the 2024 Brodix National Rookie of the Year chase, 23-year-old Bradley Fezard will make the jump to the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com.

Moving through the ranks of open-wheel racing, the former Floridian turned Razorback has been driving a combination of vocations for Vince and Mary Rosa, and will continue to wheel the V&H Fresh No. 938, with the team's focusing solely on running the American Sprint Car Series.

The V&H Fresh Race Team is committed to running the ASCS National Tour for 2024, starting in Arizona," stated Vince Rosa. "This is an awesome opportunity for our team, and we are excited for the opportunity."

For driver Bradley Fezard, his racing career began in 2013. Taking over from his father, Frederic Fezard, his racing career included Rally Cars on Ice in Europe, Formula 3, and eventually Micros once he moved to the United States.

Earning titles with POWRi and NOW600 in Micro competition, Fezard began racing Sprint Cars and Midgets in 2022. Racing around the past two seasons, Fezard is excited to get on a tour schedule again.

"I’m ready coming into this year to follow a series again. After winning the NOW600 Non-Wing championship and the POWRi Wing championship, I’m excited to hit the road and follow such a prestigious tour. My goal is to be top-five in points when all is said and done."

Fans can follow the V&H Fresh team at https://www.facebook.com/vhfreshracepage.

The 2024 lineup of events for the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com is nearly finalized and will be posted soon.

The 2024 season will mark the 33rd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

Dominic Scelzi Leads All For ASCS Southwest Score At Central Arizona Raceway

Bryan Hulbert - CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (November 11, 2023) Bettering his position by one over Friday's preliminary feature event, California's Dominic Scelzi snagged Saturday’s $4,000 prize at the Keith Bryan Memorial at Central Arizona Raceway.

Win No. 12 on the year for Dominic, Saturday was the fourth time this year he's graced Casa Grande clay, with three previous run landing runner-up finishes.

Scelzi's second career ASCS Southwest Regional victory, the No. 41 took off from the pole, and kept point from there. Pulling a 1.543-second margin of victory over Logan Forler, the No. 2L moved to second with four laps to go. Seventh starting, Jake Helsel, crossed third, followed by Friday night's winner, Terry McCarl, who made his way from thenth. JT Imperial made up the top five.

The final event of the season for the ASCS Southwest Region, the 2023 title went to Chris Bonneau.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd 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
Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, Ariz)
Saturday, November 11, 2023

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 75X-JT Imperial[1]; 2. 2-Brekton Crouch[2]; 3. 41X-Dominic Scelzi[6]; 4. 01-Terry McCarl[3]; 5. 88-Austin Torgerson[4]; 6. 02-Ashton Torgerson[7]; 7. 6C-Travis Coelho[5]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 2L-Logan Forler[4]; 2. 8-Jake Helsel[3]; 3. X-Dylan Harris[6]; 4. 86-Jim Maroney[1]; 5. 5H-Patrick Krob[2]; 6. 57-Stevie Sussex III[5]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 14T-Tim Estenson[2]; 2. 49-Cameron La Rose[1]; 3. 75-Chris Bonneau[4]; 4. 61-Chaz Baca[3]; 5. 54-Glen Brace[5]; 6. (DNS) 22-Garen Linder

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 41X-Dominic Scelzi[1]; 2. 2L-Logan Forler[3]; 3. 8-Jake Helsel[7]; 4. 01-Terry McCarl[10]; 5. 75X-JT Imperial[5]; 6. 14T-Tim Estenson[2]; 7. 2-Brekton Crouch[6]; 8. 49-Cameron La Rose[8]; 9. 75-Chris Bonneau[9]; 10. 02-Ashton Torgerson[15]; 11. 54-Glen Brace[13]; 12. 57-Stevie Sussex III[17]; 13. 61-Chaz Baca[11]; 14. 6C-Travis Coelho[18]; 15. 86-Jim Maroney[12]; 16. X-Dylan Harris[4]; 17. 88-Austin Torgerson[14]; 18. (DNS) 5H-Patrick Krob; 19. (DNS) 22-Garen Linder

 

 

Terry McCarl Lands ASCS Southwest Victory At Central Arizona Raceway

Bryan Hulbert - CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (November 10, 2023) Adding his name to the list of winners with the ASCS Southwest Region Friday night, Iowa's Terry McCarl raced his way to the top at Central Arizona Raceway.

Winning Night 1 of the Keith Bryan Memorial, the win marks the fifth ASCS Regional Tour that McCarl has won with.

Doing so in the Kaylene Verville owned No. 01, the win came over California's Dominic Scelzi by 1.050-seconds, who advanced seven positions for the silver step on the podium.

Idaho's Logan Forler crossed third, followed by Brekton Crouch and Tye Mihocko to complete the top five.

The Keith Bryan Memorial at Central Arizona Raceway concludes on Saturday, November 11, with the winner taking home $4,000. Racing gets underway at 7:00 P.M. (MT).

Admission is $20 for adults, $18 for seniors and Military, $10 for Students (13-17), and free for Youth (12 and under). Pit opens at 4:00 P.M. and Pit Passes are $35. Central Arizona Raceway is located behind the Pinal County Fairgrounds at 512 S. Eleven Mile Corner.

For information on the track and coming events, log onto https://www.facebook.com/CentralArizonaRaceway or call (602) 292-7607.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd 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
Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, Ariz.)
Friday, November 10, 2023

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 02-Ashton Torgerson[1]; 2. 75-Chris Bonneau[2]; 3. 2-Brekton Crouch[6]; 4. 22-Garen Linder[4]; 5. 6C-Travis Coelho[3]; 6. 7BG-Joshua Shipley[7]; 7. 61-Chaz Baca[5]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 7OH-Tye Mihocko[2]; 2. 14T-Tim Estenson[1]; 3. 2L-Logan Forler[5]; 4. 41X-Dominic Scelzi[6]; 5. 5H-Patrick Krob[4]; 6. 8-Jake Helsel[3]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 01-Terry McCarl[1]; 2. 57-Stevie Sussex III[2]; 3. 88-Austin Torgerson[3]; 4. 49-Cameron La Rose[4]; 5. X-Dylan Harris[5]; 6. (DNS) 75X-JT Imperial

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 01-Terry McCarl[2]; 2. 41X-Dominic Scelzi[9]; 3. 2L-Logan Forler[6]; 4. 2-Brekton Crouch[1]; 5. 7OH-Tye Mihocko[3]; 6. X-Dylan Harris[13]; 7. 75-Chris Bonneau[8]; 8. 22-Garen Linder[11]; 9. 88-Austin Torgerson[10]; 10. 49-Cameron La Rose[12]; 11. 75X-JT Imperial[19]; 12. 6C-Travis Coelho[16]; 13. 02-Ashton Torgerson[4]; 14. 57-Stevie Sussex III[5]; 15. 8-Jake Helsel[17]; 16. 61-Chaz Baca[18]; 17. 7BG-Joshua Shipley[15]; 18. 5H-Patrick Krob[14]; 19. 14T-Tim Estenson[7]

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Still Winning! Sammy Swindell Takes ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints Victory

Bryan Hulbert - LOXLEY, Ala. (October 28, 2023) Wrapping up two nights of racing with the ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints on Saturday night at Deep South Speedway's Halloween Havoc, the tour's final checkered flag of the season went to Tennessee's Sammy Swindell in the Dale Howard Racing No. 47s.

Sammy's fifth overall win of the season, and third in ASCS Regional competition, the victory is his first with the ASCS Hurricane Tour.

Taking off from sixth, Sammy battled his way to the lead over Dewayne White on Lap 7. Red on Lap 11, the pause did little to slow the wily veteran, who pulled away to a 3.609-second lead at the drop of the checkered flag. Winning Friday night's preliminary feature, Zane DeVault charged through the field from 11th to claim second. Koty Adams moved up two spots to claim third, with Dewayne White ending up fourth. Ohio's Max Stambaugh completed the top-five.

Moving up seven spots, Dale Howard crossed sixth, followed by Chase Howard in seventh. Brandon Blenden, Shane Morgan, and Butch David made up the top-ten.

Saturday's field had 32 drivers on hand. Special thanks to Taylor Howard for the Facebook Live during the A-Feature.

With the season in the books, Mississippi's Brandon Blenden earned the 2023 tour championship. Work on the 2024 lineup of events is underway. Updates will be posted as they are made available.

The ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints is under the direction of Stefen Oakes. For questions regarding rules, procedures, and events, contact Stefen Oakes at bigshowmotorsports@yahoo.com or call (985) 285-9177.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ASCSRacing).

Race Results:

ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints
Deep South Speedway (Loxley, Ala.)
Saturday, October 28, 2023

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 6-Koty Adams[2]; 2. 10-Terry Gray[3]; 3. 13-Chase Howard[7]; 4. 01-Shane Morgan[5]; 5. 17-Adam Moneyhun[1]; 6. 2H-Tommy Hall[8]; 7. 56T-DL (Tank) Brashier[4]; 8. (DNS) 8-Brad Bowden

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 10K-Dewayne White[6]; 2. 47S-Sammy Swindell[4]; 3. 9-Lane Whittington[5]; 4. 6Z-Zane DeVault[7]; 5. 44-Ronny Howard[3]; 6. 28S-Rusty Sanford[2]; 7. 6BLACK-Chase Wood Sr[8]; 8. 77-David Mabry[1]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 71H-Max Stambaugh[1]; 2. 47-Dale Howard[2]; 3. 132-Jamie Manley[4]; 4. 5711-John Robicheaux[7]; 5. 21-Todd Bliss[3]; 6. 27-Chase Wood Jr[8]; 7. 18-Paul Jones[6]; 8. 67-Blake Mallette[5]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 4M-Michael Miller[5]; 2. 88-Brandon Blenden[8]; 3. 121-Butch David[6]; 4. 13X-Jake Brashier[1]; 5. 57-Levi Beard[7]; 6. 56-Jeff Smith[3]; 7. 61-Sean Wimpee[2]; 8. 15-Kyle Mabry[4]

B Feature (12 Laps): 1. 44-Ronny Howard[2]; 2. 13X-Jake Brashier[1]; 3. 56-Jeff Smith[6]; 4. 17-Adam Moneyhun[4]; 5. 21-Todd Bliss[3]; 6. 6BLACK-Chase Wood Sr[5]; 7. 67-Blake Mallette[9]; 8. 61-Sean Wimpee[8]; 9. 18-Paul Jones[7]; 10. (DNS) 56T-DL (Tank) Brashier; 11. (DNS) 77-David Mabry; 12. (DNS) 15-Kyle Mabry; 13. (DNS) 28S-Rusty Sanford

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 47S-Sammy Swindell[6]; 2. 6Z-Zane DeVault[11]; 3. 6-Koty Adams[5]; 4. 10K-Dewayne White[1]; 5. 71H-Max Stambaugh[8]; 6. 47-Dale Howard[13]; 7. 13-Chase Howard[4]; 8. 88-Brandon Blenden[2]; 9. 01-Shane Morgan[15]; 10. 121-Butch David[7]; 11. 132-Jamie Manley[14]; 12. 5711-John Robicheaux[12]; 13. 6BLACK-Chase Wood Sr[24]; 14. 57-Levi Beard[16]; 15. 21-Todd Bliss[23]; 16. 9-Lane Whittington[10]; 17. 4M-Michael Miller[3]; 18. 2H-Tommy Hall[17]; 19. 27-Chase Wood Jr[18]; 20. 17-Adam Moneyhun[22]; 21. 10-Terry Gray[9]; 22. 44-Ronny Howard[19]; 23. 56-Jeff Smith[21]; 24. 13X-Jake Brashier[20]

 

 

DeVault Dominates ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints At Deep South Speedway!

Bryan Hulbert - LOXLEY, Ala. (October 27, 2023) Amassing a field of 33 cars on Friday night at Deep South Speedway, the ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints kicked off the opening night of Halloween Havoc with Indiana's Zane DeVault rolling into Victory Lane.

Zane's first career ASCS-sanctioned victory, the win is his fifth overall triumph on the season in just as many states.

Leading start to finish over the 25-lap affair, a late race caution was not enough to deny the victory, as DeVault jettisoned the Jeremy Scadden Construction/J&J Chassis No. 6z to a 4.078-second victory over Koty Adams.

Dale Howard crossed third, with Sammy Swindell moving 10th to fourth. Michael Miller completed the top five. Ohio's Max Stambaugh was sixth, followed by Brad Bowden from 14th. Terry Gray, Lane Whittington, and Chase Howard made up the top ten.

The ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints wrap up their 2023 season at Deep South Speedway on Saturday, October 28. Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for seniors and military, $13 for youth (8-13), and free for kids seven and under. Pit Passes are $35. For more information, find the Deep South Speedway on Facebook or log onto https://deepsouthspeedway.org.

The ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints is under the direction of Stefen Oakes. For questions regarding rules, procedures, and events, contact Stefen Oakes at bigshowmotorsports@yahoo.com or call (985) 285-9177.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ASCSRacing).

Race Results:

ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints
Deep South Speedway (Loxley, Ala.)
Friday, October 27, 2023

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 47-Dale Howard[2]; 2. G6-Brandon Grubaugh[3]; 3. 4M-Michael Miller[6]; 4. 44-Ronny Howard[9]; 5. 121-Butch David[1]; 6. 5711-John Robicheaux[4]; 7. 57-Levi Beard[7]; 8. 56T-DL (Tank) Brashier[8]; 9. 83-Blake Carrier[5]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 13-Chase Howard[2]; 2. 6-Koty Adams[5]; 3. 8-Brad Bowden[1]; 4. 47S-Sammy Swindell[7]; 5. 01-Shane Morgan[6]; 6. 28S-Rusty Sanford[8]; 7. 77-David Mabry[3]; 8. 61-Sean Wimpee[4]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 71H-Max Stambaugh[1]; 2. 10K-Dewayne White[2]; 3. 132-Jamie Manley[3]; 4. 18-Paul Jones[4]; 5. 27-Chase Wood Jr[6]; 6. 67-Blake Mallette[5]; 7. 21-Todd Bliss[7]; 8. (DNS) 1A-Lee Moore

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 6Z-Zane DeVault[3]; 2. 10-Terry Gray[1]; 3. 9-Lane Whittington[6]; 4. 13X-Jake Brashier[2]; 5. 56-Jeff Smith[7]; 6. 6BLACK-Chase Wood Sr[4]; 7. 88-Brandon Blenden[8]; 8. 2H-Tommy Hall[5]

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 01-Shane Morgan[1]; 2. 88-Brandon Blenden[4]; 3. 13X-Jake Brashier[2]; 4. 121-Butch David[3]; 5. 6BLACK-Chase Wood Sr[5]; 6. 21-Todd Bliss[6]; 7. 56T-DL (Tank) Brashier[7]; 8. 61-Sean Wimpee[8]; 9. 132-Jamie Manley[9]

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 28S-Rusty Sanford[2]; 2. 27-Chase Wood Jr[1]; 3. 57-Levi Beard[5]; 4. 2H-Tommy Hall[7]; 5. 67-Blake Mallette[3]; 6. 77-David Mabry[6]; 7. 5711-John Robicheaux[4]; 8. (DNS) 83-Blake Carrier

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 6Z-Zane DeVault[1]; 2. 6-Koty Adams[2]; 3. 47-Dale Howard[3]; 4. 47S-Sammy Swindell[10]; 5. 4M-Michael Miller[6]; 6. 71H-Max Stambaugh[8]; 7. 8-Brad Bowden[14]; 8. 10-Terry Gray[12]; 9. 9-Lane Whittington[7]; 10. 13-Chase Howard[4]; 11. 10K-Dewayne White[11]; 12. 01-Shane Morgan[17]; 13. 88-Brandon Blenden[19]; 14. 132-Jamie Manley[13]; 15. 28S-Rusty Sanford[18]; 16. 121-Butch David[23]; 17. 2H-Tommy Hall[24]; 18. 56-Jeff Smith[15]; 19. 57-Levi Beard[22]; 20. 13X-Jake Brashier[21]; 21. 44-Ronny Howard[5]; 22. 27-Chase Wood Jr[20]; 23. 18-Paul Jones[16]; 24. G6-Brandon Grubaugh[9]

 

 

Sam Hafertepe, Jr. Wins The

50th Annual Devil’s Bowl Winter Nationals!

Bryan Hulbert – MESQUITE, Texas (October 14, 2023) Fastest in Qualifying, won his Heat Race, earned the Pole in the A-Feature, and never looked back. That’s the way it went Saturday night for Sam Hafertepe, Jr., who etched his name in the record books as the winner of the final A-Feature with the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com at the Devil’s Bowl Speedway.

“We had an awesome racecar tonight,” said Hafertepe. “I was amazed at how good we were, and honestly, on the restarts, I kind of wasn’t going as hard because we’d catch lapped traffic so fast.”

Hafertepe’s ninth win at the half-mile with the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com, the victory is his 65th with the tour.

Giving a tip of the cap to the track crew on getting the surface ironed out and providing multiple grooves of racing, Sam then stated, “It’s sad to see this place go. I’ve spent a lot of my life racing here. I started when I was sixteen years old, and that was 20 years ago, but it’s neat to be a part of this place. It’s impressive for a facility like this to last as long as it has, and it takes people like the Edwards running to make it last all these years.”

Never a challenge over the course of 30 laps, Hafertepe was quick into lapped traffic several times. Slowed for the final time with nine laps to run, Traffic over the final two laps at one point looked like it was going to give Matt Covington a chance at the Hills Racin No. 15h with Hafertepe nearly brought to a standstill in the first and second turns.

Stripping nearly two seconds off of his advantage at the wave of the white flag, Sam found smoothing sailing through the final sets of turns and captured the win by 2.542-seconds.

Matt Covington crossed second, with Howard Moore third.

Trading fourth with Harli White during the feature, Jace Park was able to retake the spot, with White able to go tenth to fifth. Blake Hahn, from ninth, made it to sixth, followed by Saturday’s KSE Hard Charger, Channin Tankersley, who picked up ten positions to finish eighth. Chase Randall was ninth with Tucker Doughty, who won the BMRS B-Feature, climbing to a top-ten finish.

The final running of the Devil’s Bowl Winter Nationals included 29 drivers for the tour’s 107th event.

The final full points race of the season, Jason Martin secured his first career ASCS National Tour Championship and the $50,000 that goes with it. Jason’s record included Nine wins on the season, 18 top-five, and 24 top-ten finishes. He secured the title by 46 over Matt Covington.

One weekend of racing remains for the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com at the COMP Cams Short Track Nationals, happening October 26-28 at Texarkana 67 Speedway. The rescheduled event is show-up points event. That event will be shown on http://www.floracing.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ascsracing).

Race Results:

ASCS National

Devil's Bowl Speedway (Mesquite, Texas)

Saturday, October 14, 2023

Car Count: 29

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 3-Howard Moore, 00:16.079[6]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn, 00:16.114[10]; 3. 8M-Kade Morton, 00:16.136[7]; 4. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 00:16.380[9]; 5. 2-Brekton Crouch, 00:16.393[1]; 6. 0-Eric Baldaccini, 00:16.714[5]; 7. 71-Channin Tankersley, 00:16.721[4]; 8. 2J-Zach Blurton, 00:16.810[2]; 9. 10-Landon Britt, 00:16.872[3]; 10. 16-Blake Baccus, 00:17.128[8]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington, 00:15.718[7]; 2. 36-Jason Martin, 00:15.916[8]; 3. 87J-Jace Park, 00:15.997[4]; 4. 9-Chase Randall, 00:16.033[6]; 5. 7M-Chance Morton, 00:16.154[1]; 6. 4C-Tuesday Calderwood, 00:16.393[10]; 7. 1J-Danny Jennings, 00:16.449[3]; 8. 45-Martin Edwards, 00:16.548[9]; 9. 2X-Tucker Doughty, 00:16.714[5]; 10. 33C-Casey Carter, 00:18.411[2]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, 00:15.442[9]; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett, 00:15.634[5]; 3. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 00:15.648[8]; 4. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 00:15.785[6]; 5. 12H-Harli White, 00:15.793[2]; 6. 6-Christopher Townsend, 00:16.029[4]; 7. 91-Michael Day, 00:16.066[7]; 8. 4-Austin Mundie, 00:16.370[1]; 9. 15-Michael Colaluca, 00:16.996[3]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races (Top 16 in combined Qualifying and Heat Points advance to the A-Feature)

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 8M-Kade Morton[2]; 2. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 3. 3-Howard Moore[4]; 4. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 5. 0-Eric Baldaccini[6]; 6. 10-Landon Britt[9]; 7. 71-Channin Tankersley[7]; 8. 2J-Zach Blurton[8]; 9. 2-Brekton Crouch[5]; 10. 16-Blake Baccus[10]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 87J-Jace Park[2]; 2. 9-Chase Randall[1]; 3. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 4. 36-Jason Martin[3]; 5. 7M-Chance Morton[5]; 6. 45-Martin Edwards[8]; 7. 2X-Tucker Doughty[9]; 8. 1J-Danny Jennings[7]; 9. 4C-Tuesday Calderwood[6]; 10. 33C-Casey Carter[10]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[4]; 2. 2C-Wayne Johnson[2]; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett[3]; 4. 12H-Harli White[5]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson[1]; 6. 6-Christopher Townsend[6]; 7. 91-Michael Day[7]; 8. 4-Austin Mundie[8]; 9. 15-Michael Colaluca[9]

BMRS B-Feature (Top 6 advance)

B-Main (12 Laps): 1. 2X-Tucker Doughty[2]; 2. 71-Channin Tankersley[4]; 3. 6-Christopher Townsend[1]; 4. 2J-Zach Blurton[7]; 5. 4-Austin Mundie[6]; 6. 1J-Danny Jennings[8]; 7. 2-Brekton Crouch[11]; 8. 4C-Tuesday Calderwood[10]; 9. 15-Michael Colaluca[9]; 10. 45X-Kyler Johnson[5]; 11. 16-Blake Baccus[12]; 12. 91-Michael Day[3]; 13. (DNS) 33C-Casey Carter

A-Feature

A-Main (30 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[1]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 3. 3-Howard Moore[3]; 4. 87J-Jace Park[4]; 5. 12H-Harli White[10]; 6. 52-Blake Hahn[9]; 7. 14-Jordon Mallett[6]; 8. 71-Channin Tankersley[18]; 9. 9-Chase Randall[11]; 10. 55B-Brandon Anderson[16]; 11. 2X-Tucker Doughty[17]; 12. 0-Eric Baldaccini[12]; 13. 36-Jason Martin[8]; 14. 7M-Chance Morton[13]; 15. 2J-Zach Blurton[20]; 16. 6-Christopher Townsend[19]; 17. 45-Martin Edwards[15]; 18. 1J-Danny Jennings[22]; 19. 10-Landon Britt[14]; 20. 8M-Kade Morton[5]; 21. 2C-Wayne Johnson[7]; 22. 4-Austin Mundie[21]; 23. 45X-Kyler Johnson[23]; 24. 91-Michael Day[24]

Lap Leader(s): Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 1-30

Hard Charger: Channin Tankersley +10

Quick Time: Sam Hafertepe, Jr. - 15.442-seconds

High Point Driver: Sam Hafertepe, Jr.

Provisional(s): Kyler Johnson (Points) / Michael Day (Points)

ASCS Online:

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

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

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

Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R

6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R

10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)

13 Elijah Gile (Phoenix, AZ) R

14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)

23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)

36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)

45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)

55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)

71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R

91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R

95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 9 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/17 – 81 Speedway; 7/7 – Dodge City Raceway Park; 7/22 – 81 Speedway; 8/26 – Salina Highbanks Speedway; 9/2 – Longdale Speedway); Matt Covington – 3 (6/16 – Humboldt Speedway; 7/8 – Dodge City Raceway Park; 8/25 – Lakeside Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 2 10/13 – Devil’s Bowl Speedway; 10/14 – Devil’s Bowl Speedway); Ryan Timms – 2 (9/14 – Lucas Oil Speedway; 9/17 – Lucas Oil Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Jake Bubak – 2 (7/1 – WaKeeney Speedway; 9/15 – Lucas Oil Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway); Jeffrey Newell – 1 (6/22 – Lawton Speedway); Alex Sewell – 1 (6/24 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 1 (6/30 – Boone County Raceway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (8/3 – Knoxville Raceway); Parker Price-Miller – 1 (8/4 – Knoxville Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/5 – Knoxville Raceway); Landon Britt – 1 (9/1 – Arrowhead Speedway); Terry McCarl – 1 (9/12 – Clay County Fair Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 3,562; 2. Matt Covington 3,516; 3. Jordon Mallett 3,269; 4. Howard Moore 3,267; 5. Brandon Anderson 3,203; 6. Kyler Johnson 2,976; 7. Landon Britt 2,837; 8. Christopher Townsend 2,827; 9. Michael Day 2,505; 10. Chris Morgan 1,505;

 

 

Hafertepe Shines On Night 1 Of

The Devil’s Bowl Winter Nationals!

Bryan Hulbert – MESQUITE, Texas (October 13, 2023) Capitalizing on traffic in the late stages of the preliminary A-Feature at the Devil’s Bowl Winter Nationals, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. returned to Victory Lane with the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com.

Win No. 8 in National Tour competition for Hafertepe at the famed half-mile, the victory was No. 64 with the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com, and marks ten consecutive years that the Sunnyvale, Texas native has won at least one National Tour event.

Chasing Blake Hahn from the drop of the green, traffic began entering the mix on Lap 16. Leading by 1.611-seconds as he began working around the back markers, Hahn's advantage dissipated rapidly. On the back bumper of the Smiley’s Racing Products No. 52 on Lap 18, the pair raced wheel-to-wheel the following lap, with Hahn holding by 0.015—seconds. Not able to fend off the Hills Racing No. 15h any longer, Hafertepe took over with six laps to go.

Caution on the white flag: the attempt at a green, white, checkered ended with Kyler Johnson bringing out the red with a wild series of flips off the top of turns three and four. Bringing things to a one-lap shootout, Hafertepe darted to a 0.765-second advantage at the checkered flag.

“When we took the green, I ran the bottom, and obviously he [Blake Hahn] has really good speed around the top, but I knew once we got to traffic, he’d be skittish to go low, so I felt it out at the start of the race to see if the holes would upset my car, and it timed out where he was just in the wrong place at the wrong time, but that’s part of being a veteran in the sport. Sometimes you capitalize on people’s mistakes,” said Hafertepe of the race for the win.

Blake Hahn held on for second with Chase Randall, who slipped to eight on the opening lap from fifth, making the last lap pass for the final podium step on Howard Moore.

Surviving contact early in the race that saw Jason Marting going over Wayne Johnson’s left front exiting the second turn, the No. 36 crossed fifth. Jace Park picked up six positions to finish sixth, followed by Chance Morton, Brandon Anderson, and Harli White, who all advanced seven spots over the course of the 25-lap affair. Jordon Mallett completed the top ten.

The final running of the Devil’s Bowl Winter Nationals is Saturday, October 14, with races going green at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $25 for adults, $15 for seniors, youth (13-15), and military. Kids 12 and under get in the stands for free. Pits are $35 each night. 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 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer. New subscribers can receive 25% off when they use promo code ASCS2023 at checkout.

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 (@ascsracing).

Race Results:

ASCS National

Devil's Bowl Speedway (Mesquite, Texas)

Friday, October 13, 2023

Car Count: 32

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 2J-Zach Blurton, 00:15.308[8]; 2. 95-Matt Covington, 00:15.426[1]; 3. 36-Jason Martin, 00:15.546[4]; 4. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 00:15.639[2]; 5. 87J-Jace Park, 00:15.807[5]; 6. 0-Eric Baldaccini, 00:15.968[3]; 7. 16-Blake Baccus, 00:16.082[7]; 8. (DNS) 23X-Austin Shores, NT

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, 00:15.497[5]; 2. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 00:15.568[2]; 3. 85-Colby Stubblefield, 00:15.598[7]; 4. 1Z-Justin Zimmerman, 00:15.935[8]; 5. 4C-Tuesday Calderwood, 00:16.084[6]; 6. 33C-Casey Carter, 00:16.619[1]; 7. 15-Michael Colaluca, 00:16.704[3]; 8. (DNS) 2X-Tucker Doughty, NT

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn, 00:15.445[7]; 2. 2-Brekton Crouch, 00:15.522[8]; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett, 00:15.690[4]; 4. 12H-Harli White, 00:15.808[3]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 00:15.877[2]; 6. 45-Martin Edwards, 00:16.177[5]; 7. 8M-Kade Morton, 00:16.186[1]; 8. 91-Michael Day, 00:16.380[6]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 4 (3 Laps): 1. 3-Howard Moore, 00:15.135[7]; 2. 1J-Danny Jennings, 00:15.382[5]; 3. 9-Chase Randall, 00:15.502[8]; 4. 7M-Chance Morton, 00:15.576[6]; 5. 4-Austin Mundie, 00:15.833[4]; 6. 71-Channin Tankersley, 00:16.111[3]; 7. 6-Christopher Townsend, 00:16.166[2]; 8. 10-Landon Britt, 00:16.737[1]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races (Top 16 in combined Qualifying and Heat Points advance to the A-Feature)

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin[2]; 2. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 3. 95-Matt Covington[3]; 4. 87J-Jace Park[5]; 5. 2J-Zach Blurton[4]; 6. 0-Eric Baldaccini[6]; 7. 16-Blake Baccus[7]; 8. (DNS) 23X-Austin Shores

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson[3]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[4]; 3. 1Z-Justin Zimmerman[1]; 4. 4C-Tuesday Calderwood[5]; 5. 15-Michael Colaluca[7]; 6. 85-Colby Stubblefield[2]; 7. 33C-Casey Carter[6]; 8. (DNS) 2X-Tucker Doughty

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[2]; 2. 12H-Harli White[1]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 4. 2-Brekton Crouch[3]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson[5]; 6. 45-Martin Edwards[6]; 7. 91-Michael Day[8]; 8. 8M-Kade Morton[7]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 9-Chase Randall[2]; 2. 7M-Chance Morton[1]; 3. 3-Howard Moore[4]; 4. 1J-Danny Jennings[3]; 5. 4-Austin Mundie[5]; 6. 71-Channin Tankersley[6]; 7. 6-Christopher Townsend[7]; 8. (DNS) 10-Landon Britt

BMRS B-Feature (Top 6 advance)

BMRS B-Main (12 Laps): 1. 1Z-Justin Zimmerman[2]; 2. 45X-Kyler Johnson[4]; 3. 4-Austin Mundie[3]; 4. 71-Channin Tankersley[6]; 5. 91-Michael Day[8]; 6. 2X-Tucker Doughty[15]; 7. 8M-Kade Morton[13]; 8. 15-Michael Colaluca[1]; 9. 6-Christopher Townsend[10]; 10. 16-Blake Baccus[9]; 11. 33C-Casey Carter[12]; 12. 45-Martin Edwards[7]; 13. 0-Eric Baldaccini[5]; 14. 23X-Austin Shores[16]; 15. 10-Landon Britt[14]; 16. 85-Colby Stubblefield[11]

A-Feature

RacinDirt A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[4]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[1]; 3. 9-Chase Randall[5]; 4. 3-Howard Moore[2]; 5. 36-Jason Martin[6]; 6. 87J-Jace Park[12]; 7. 7M-Chance Morton[14]; 8. 55B-Brandon Anderson[15]; 9. 12H-Harli White[16]; 10. 14-Jordon Mallett[7]; 11. 95-Matt Covington[8]; 12. 91-Michael Day[21]; 13. 2J-Zach Blurton[11]; 14. 6-Christopher Townsend[24]; 15. 4C-Tuesday Calderwood[13]; 16. 2-Brekton Crouch[10]; 17. 45X-Kyler Johnson[18]; 18. 71-Channin Tankersley[20]; 19. 4-Austin Mundie[19]; 20. 1Z-Justin Zimmerman[17]; 21. 2X-Tucker Doughty[22]; 22. 1J-Danny Jennings[9]; 23. 2C-Wayne Johnson[3]; 24. 10-Landon Britt[23]

Lap Leader(s): Blake Hahn 1-19; Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 20-25

Hard Charger: Michael Day +9

Quick Time: Howard Moore 15.135-seconds

High Point Driver: Sam Hafertepe, Jr.

Provisional(s): Christopher Townsend (Points)

ASCS Online:

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

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

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

Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R

6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R

10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)

13 Elijah Gile (Phoenix, AZ) R

14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)

23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)

36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)

45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)

55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)

71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R

91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R

95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 9 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/17 – 81 Speedway; 7/7 – Dodge City Raceway Park; 7/22 – 81 Speedway; 8/26 – Salina Highbanks Speedway; 9/2 – Longdale Speedway); Matt Covington – 3 (6/16 – Humboldt Speedway; 7/8 – Dodge City Raceway Park; 8/25 – Lakeside Speedway); Ryan Timms – 2 (9/14 – Lucas Oil Speedway; 9/17 – Lucas Oil Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Jake Bubak – 2 (7/1 – WaKeeney Speedway; 9/15 – Lucas Oil Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway); Jeffrey Newell – 1 (6/22 – Lawton Speedway); Alex Sewell – 1 (6/24 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 1 (6/30 – Boone County Raceway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (8/3 – Knoxville Raceway); Parker Price-Miller – 1 (8/4 – Knoxville Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/5 – Knoxville Raceway); Landon Britt – 1 (9/1 – Arrowhead Speedway); Terry McCarl – 1 (9/12 – Clay County Fair Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 1 10/13 – Devil’s Bowl Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 3,458; 2. Matt Covington 3,374; 3. Jordon Mallett 3,150; 4. Howard Moore 3,132; 5. Brandon Anderson 3,093; 6. Kyler Johnson 2,911; 7. Landon Britt 2,745; 8. Christopher Townsend 2,729; 9. Michael Day 2,440; 10. Chris Morgan 1,505;

 

 

Hafertepe is Devil's Bowl Bound For The Winter Nationals With The American Sprint Car Series

Bryan Hulbert - MESQUITE, Texas (October 11, 2023) When you get the chance to race close to home, there's nothing like it, and Sunnyvale, Texas shoe, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. is doing just that this weekend in the Hills Racing No. 15h as he takes on the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt at the 50th annual Devil's Bowl Winter Nationals.

Racing Friday, October 13, and Saturday, October 14, Sam has repeatedly stated the Devil's Bowl is his favorite track. In ASCS National competition, Sam has been on top seven times since 2011. His most recent Devil's Bowl win came during the 2020 Winter Nationals prelim night.

"I love coming back to race the Devil's Bowl, and we get a couple of chances this weekend with ASCS, and next week, we come here and run with the Outlaws. It's right down the road from where I grew up, so this place means a lot to me," said Hafertepe.

On track earlier this season with the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Cars, Sam's weekend concluded with a sixth-place finish.

Both nights during the Devil's Bowl Winter National this weekend go green at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Fans not able to attend can watch every lap on http://www.racindirt.com.

Hafertepe will have his T-Shirt Trailer set up during the event behind the grandstands for fans to purchase merchandise.

For continued updates on Sam Hafertepe, Jr., log onto http://www.sam15.com and make sure to find him on Twitter (@samhafertepejr). For news on Hill's Racing Team, log onto https://www.facebook.com/hillsracing/ and on Twitter (@HillsRacingTeam).

 

 

Chili Bowl Nationals Now $20,000 To Win!

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (October 10, 2023) On top of the money added into Saturday’s program during the 2023 Chili Bowl Nationals, teams will now have more to look forward to when they roll into Tulsa this coming January, as the 38th annual Chili Bowl Nationals will wrap up with a $20,000 to win, $2,000 to start championship feature event.

Throw in the annual lap money bonus ($150 per lap to the leader, $50 to second) on Saturday, and the winner could potentially walk away with $28,250.

Along with adding money to the 55-lap affair, payouts throughout Saturday’s alphabet soup will also increase, along with preliminary nights getting a bump to $3,000 to win, $300 to start.

Looking through Saturday’s alphabet payout, the first non-transfer in the B-Features will get $800, with the two consolation races paying $600 to start. C-Features will start at $500 for the first non-transfer. D-Features start at $400. E-Features are $200 for all non-transferring teams. F-Features are $150 to all who don’t advance, G-Features are $125, with H-Features and beyond receiving $100 to non-transferring teams.

Transferring drivers will also receive bonus money in addition to money earned in the next race. That goes for preliminary nights as well.

Monday and Tuesday reserved seat tickets are on sale now by calling (918) 838-3777, along with a few scattered, single seats for the entire event. Monday and Tuesday tickets are $60 each. Four-day tickets are $245, five-day tickets are $305, and tickets for the full event are $365, plus tax (8.517%) and shipping, which is $8 for orders up to 15 tickets and $10 for 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).

The 38th annual Chili Bowl Nationals takes place January 8-13, 2024, under the giant roof of the SageNet Center in Tulsa, Okla. Fans unable to attend the Chili Bowl Nationals can watch every lap live at http://www.floracing.com.

For continued updates on the Chili Bowl Nationals, fans can follow along on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram with @CBNationals. All official press, updates, and results on the Chili Bowl Nationals can be found online at http://www.chilibowl.com.

Quick Notes:

What: 38th annual Chili Bowl Nationals

When: January 8-13, 2024

Where: SageNet Center (Tulsa, Okla.)

Address: 4145 E 21st St, Tulsa, OK 74114

Ticket Information:

Four-Day: $245

Five-Day: $305

Six-Day: $356

Tax Rate: 8.517%

Shipping: $8 for orders up to 15 tickets. $10 from 16 ticket orders and up. All international orders are held in Will Call. Orders are not accepted via Email or Social Media

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: #ChiliBowl2024

Instagram: cbnationals

Chili Bowl Nationals Champions:

Year - Driver (Owner)

2023 - Logan Seavey (Kevin & Jordan Swindell/Curb/Bertrand)

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)

O’Reilly Auto Parts Race of Champions: Spencer Bayston (2023), 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.

 

 

Devil’s Bowl Winter Nationals Will Decide 2023 ASCS National Title Chase

Bryan Hulbert – MESQUITE, Texas (October 5, 2023) With the recent cancellation of events by Lake Ozark Speedway on October 27 and 28, the 2023 chase to the championship with the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com will be settled at the 50th annual Devil’s Bowl Winter Nationals on Friday, October 13, and Saturday, October 14.

The rescheduled COMP Cams Short Track Nationals the following week is a show-up points event, with all participants receiving 100 points once checked in.

Going into the final two-point paying nights, the fight comes down to Jason Martin and Matt Covington, with a 67-point gap separating the two from their first National Tour title and a $50,000 payday.

Looking through the top ten, several positions are still in the air, starting with third place. Held by Jordon Mallett, the Greenbrier, Ark. shoe holds a slim 38-point advantage over leading Brodix Rookie of the Year, Howard Moore. Only 63 back from Mallett and 25 from Moore sits Brandon Anderson in fifth.

Kyler Johnson sits sixth, followed by Landon Britt, who has made a comeback from being as far back as tenth after being forced to miss a weekend, but the margin is only 16 over Christopher Townsend. Michael Day and Chris Morgan make up the top ten.

The most visited track in the history of the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com, the upcoming Winter Nationals will be rounds 106 and 107 at the famed half-mile. The 2022 event saw a sweep by Blake Hahn.

Friday, October 13, and Saturday, October 14, the Pits will open at 2:00 P.M. Grandstands at 5:00 P.M. will be followed by racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Along with the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com, Limited Modifieds and Factory Stocks will be on the card Friday, with A-Modifieds and RaceSaver Sprint Cars on Saturday.

Tickets are $25 per night for adults, $15 for seniors, youth (13-15), and military. Kids 12 and under get in the stands for free. Pits are $35 each night. 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 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer. New subscribers can receive 25% off when they use promo code ASCS2023 at checkout.

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 (@ascsracing).

 

Short Track Nationals Reset for
October 19-21 Due to Excessive Rain


Lonnie Wheatley, TEXARKANA, Ark. (October 4, 2023) – Even with a new locale, it simply wouldn’t be the Short Track Nationals without some interaction with Mother Nature.

With the 36th edition of the American Sprint Car Series-sanctioned event set for Texarkana 67 Speedway this weekend after 35 years at Little Rock’s I-30 Speedway, heavy rain overnight Wednesday and throughout the day with more expected through Thursday has left the facility unsuitable for racing action this weekend with the track and pit area already waterlogged.

As such, the event has been reset for the scheduled rain date of October 19-21.

The official statement from the track as posted on social media reads as follows:

“As bad as we hate to cancel this weekend's event, the track has received over 6” of rain with a lot more on the way. The facility is underwater. We will be postponing the event until October 19-21.Thank you to everyone that pre-entered and to the racers and fans that were committed to attending. We hope you will join us in two weeks. Drivers that pre-entered, if you cannot attend please send us a message for a refund of your entry fee."

The event will now kick off with the $4,646-to-win 16th Annual ASCS Mid-South Ralph Henson Memorial on Thursday, October 19, with the 36th Annual COMP Cams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tires & Ark-La-Tex Lawn and Landscape taking place on Friday and Saturday, October 20-21, culminating with the 41-lap, $20,000-to-win STN championship feature event.

There are currently 61 drivers from 15 different states entered for the event ASCS National Championship series-sanctioned event.

The Current Short Track Nationals Entries:

0-Mike Vaculik (Hot Springs, AR)

1-Sean McClelland (Tulsa, OK)

1d-Prestin Dalton (Millington, TN)

1jr-Steven Russell (Rochester, IL)

2-Whit Gastineau (Moore, OK)

2-Chase Porter (St. Joseph, MO)

2-Jason Shavers (Canton, MS)

2c-Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)

2T-Todd Bradford (Arlington, TN)

3-Howard Moore (Memphis, TN)

4-Tuesday Calderwood (Goodyear, AZ)

4-Chase Johnson (Penngrove, CA)

4x-Brad Bowden (Hernando, MS)

6-Koty Adams (Haughton, LA)

6-Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX)

G6-Cody Gardner (Benton, AR)

7c-Chris Morgan (Topeka, KS)

8m-Kade Morton (Coweta, OK)

9jr-Derek Hagar (Marion, AR)

10-Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)

10-Brock Lemley (Sedro Woolley, WA)

10k-Dewayne White (Byhalia, MS)

11n-Harli White (Lindsay, OK)

12-Jeffrey Newell (Tulsa, OK)

12m-Greg Merritt (Nesbit, MS)

12x-Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO)

13-Chase Howard (Nesbit, MS)

14-Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)

14T-Tim Estenson (Fargo, ND)

15h-Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (Sunnyvale, TX)

21m-Spencer Meredith (Hernando, MS)

22m-Rees Moran (Tulsa, OK)

23-Junior Jenkins (Greenville, TX)

23w-Conner Wray (Olive Branch, MS)

26-Marshall Skinner (W. Memphis, AR)

27J-Joseph Poe, Jr. (Scott, AR)

30-Joseph Miller (Cove, AR)

36-Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)

43-Mark Smith (Sunbury, PA)

44-Ronny Howard (Nesbit, MS)

44-Chris Martin (Ankeny, IA)

45-Mark Huddleston (Genoa, AR)

45x-Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)

47-Dale Howard (Byhalia, MS)

47-Sammy Swindell (Germantown, TN)

52-Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK)

55b-Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)

71-Channin Tankersley (Arlington, TX)

71b-Brady Baker (Alexander, AR)

79-Gage Montgomery (Fredericktown, MO)

85-Josh McCord (Bossier City, LA)

87J-Jace Park (Overland Park, KS)

88-Austin McCarl (Altoona, IA)

91-Michael Day (Farmersville, TX)

91-Zach Pringle (Benton, AR)

91a-Ernie Ainsworth (Bartlett, TN)

95-Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

98p-Miles Paulus (Marshall, MO)

122-Lane Warner (Bloomfield, MO)

132-Jamie Manley (Memphis, TN)

938-Bradley Fezard (Bonnerdale, AR)

Pre-Entry Deadline

The pre-entry deadline of October 2 has passed, however post-entries will be $150 with no driver pit pass included. Entries may be submitted at https://www.67speedwayoftexarkana.com/driverinfo/.

There is no pre-entry for the Ralph Henson Memorial.

The Pertinent Info:

The What: 36th Annual COMP Cams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tires & Ark-Law-Tex Lawn and Landscape.

The Where: Texarkana 67 Speedway (Texarkana, AR). Texarkana 67 Speedway is located east of Texarkana to I-30 Exit 7, then 0.5 miles southeast on SR 108 then 2.6 miles northeast on US 67.

The When: October 19-21, 2023.

October 19 - Ralph Henson Memorial

October 20 – STN Preliminary action culminating with Twin 25-lap features.

October 21 – STN Championship culminating with $20,000 to win finale.

The Mufflers: Leave ‘em at home, no mufflers required for the event.

The Format: Thursday’s Ralph Henson Memorial will be contested under standard ASCS Mid-South Region format with one of top three finishers eligible for Saturday STN provisional if needed.

Friday’s preliminary event will be contested under a derivative of the All Star Circuit of Champions format, with group qualifying establishing heat race lineups with an invert of four in each heat race. The Friday preliminary will conclude with Twin-25 lap features that each offer up $1,500 to win.

The top two from each of the Twin 25-lap features will be locked into Saturday night’s Pole Dash and the championship main event.

Friday event points accumulated will be carried over to Saturday night, with another set of heats utilizing passing points added to the Friday total to set the championship feature lineups. The top two in combined points from Friday night and the Saturday heat races with join Friday’s four lock-ins in the Pole Dash. The next eight in points will occupy STN championship feature positions 7-14 with the balance of the field in “B” and “C” Mains.

Three will transfer from both “B” Mains to set the 20-car feature field. The 21st position is reserved for a top-three Thursday night finisher if necessary.

The Past STN Winners (All previous events contested at Little Rock’s I-30 Speedway):

2022-Sam Hafertepe, Jr.

2021-Blake Hahn

2020–Sam Hafertepe, Jr.

2019-Blake Hahn

2018-Blake Hahn

2017-Sammy Swindell

2016-Sammy Swindell

2015-Rained Out

2014-Christopher Bell

2013-Sammy Swindell

2012-Paul McMahan

2011-Sammy Swindell

2010-Brad Sweet

2009-Tony Bruce, Jr.

2008-Tony Bruce, Jr.

2007-Jason Meyers

2006-Jason Johnson

2005-Tim Montgomery

2004-Gary Wright

2003-Gary Wright

2002-Paul McMahan

2001-Jason Sides

2000-Mike Ward

1999-Gary Wright

1998-Tim Crawley

1997-Wayne Johnson

1996-Pete Butler

1995-Gary Wright

1994-Terry Gray

1993-John Gerloff

1992-Rained Out

1991-Steve Kinser

1990-Sammy Swindell

1989-Steve Kinser

1988-Steve Kinser

The Past Ralph Henson Memorial Winners (All previous events contested at Little Rock’s I-30 Speedway):

2022 – Aaron Reutzel

2021 – Derek Hagar

2020 – Mark Smith

2019 – Tim Crawley

2018 – Derek Hagar

2017 – Tony Bruce, Jr.

2016 – Derek Hagar

2015 – Tim Crawley

2014 – Jordon Mallett

2013 – Cody Gardner

2012 – Dale Howard

2011 – Zach Pringle

2010 – Zach Pringle

2009 - Jeff Swindell

2008 – Gary Wright

The Feature Purse:

Thursday: 1. $4,646, 2. $1,250, 3. $1,100, 4. $800, 5. $700, 6. $600, 7. $500, 8. $400, 9. $300, 10. $250, 11. $250, 12. $250, 13. $250, 14. $250, 15. $250, 16. $250, 17. $250, 18. $250, 19. $250, 20. $250.

Friday (Twin Features): 1. $1,500, 2. $750, 3. $650, 4. $625, 5. $600, 6. $550, 7. $525, 8. $500, 9. $450, 10. $400, 11. $350, 12. $325, 13. $300, 14. $275, 15. $250, 16. $250, 17. $250, 18. $250, 19. $250, 20. $250.

Saturday: 1. $20,000, 2. $5,000, 3. $2,500, 4. $2,200, 5. $2,000, 6. $1,700, 7. $1,600, 8. $1,500, 9. $1,400, 10. $1,350, 11. $1,300, 12. $1,200, 13. $1,150, 14. $1,100, 15. $1,000, 16. $1,000, 17. $1,000, 18. $1,000, 19. $1,000, 20. $1,000.

The Tickets:

Thursday: Pits $35. Grandstand for Adults $25, Military $20 (with ID), Kids 6-11 $5 accompanied by an adult and 5 and under free.

Friday: Pits $35. Grandstand for Adults $25, Military $20 (with ID), Kids 6-11 $5 accompanied by an adult and 5 and under free.

Saturday: Pits $40. Grandstand for Adults $30, Military $25 (with ID), Kids 6-11 $5 accompanied by an adult and 5 and under free.

Driver pit pass for Friday and Saturday is included in the $100 entry fee if submitted by the deadline.

Tickets will be available at the gate each day with gates with grandstands opening daily at 5:00 p.m. Debit/credit cards are accepted at the front gate and concessions.

Free camping is available on a first-come, first-served basis along the west side tree line with no water or electrical hookups.

The Broadcast: If you can’t make it to the STN, watch live at https://flosports.link/3ECzSVP.

For more information regarding the 36th Annual COMP Cams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tires at Texarkana 67 Speedway, check online at www.67speedwayoftexarkana.com, call 870-648-5688 or email tcrawley87@yahoo.com.

 

 

Substantial Storm Damage Cancels ASCS Gulf South At Texana Raceway Park

Bryan Hulbert - EDNA, Texas (September 26, 2023) Unfortunately, races slated for Saturday, September 30, 2023 at Texana Raceway Park with the ASCS Gulf South Region is provided by Pipeline+MD have been canceled due to a storm Monday night causing massive amounts of damage to the facility.

The track and series are looking at dates for the 2024 season.

Taken over by Chris Walters (Walters Promotions, LLC), the series is looking forward to a full slate in 2024. Anyone with questions about the series can call Chris at (281) 475-1919.

Support for the ASCS Gulf South Region is provided by Pipeline+MD, Griffith Truck and Equipment, Precision Spray Foam, C4 Branding, What Makes Us Fire Foundation, Dusty Moon Veterinary Service, Top Coat Fabrication, Willy’s Racing Products, and Integrity Cleaning.

Race On Texas will have live coverage of Saturday’s event.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

Weather forces ASCS Frontier finale cancelation
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

BILLINGS, Mont. - Poor weather affecting the Billings, Montana area has forced Big Sky Speedway officials to cancel this weekend's ASCS Frontier Region sprint car races on Friday and Saturday. The races will not be rescheduled.

With that, the season is over and Lethbridge, Alberta's Kelly Miller is the 2023 ASCS Frontier Region champion. It is Miller's first title in ASCS-sanctioned competition. Miller finished 82 points ahead of 2022 champion Trever Kirkland.

It was a banner season in Big Sky Country for the KDM Motorsports Team, as Miller scored a series high six victories aboard the No. 2jr Custom Automotive-powered Eagle. Miller won the first four races, each of them in dominant fashion. Miller won the May 19th and 20th races at Big Sky Speedway before taking checkered flags June 16th at Gallatin Speedway and at Big Sky Speedway again on June 17th. After a dry spell during the summer that saw some minor struggles and a shrinking point lead, Miller returned to form later in the season as he won the first night of the Montana Roundup on September 1st at Electric City Speedway and won again the following Friday, September 8th at Gallatin Speedway again.

In 13 completed ASCS Frontier Region events, Miller earned ten Top 5 finishes and finished in the Top 10 all but once. Even if he didn't win, Miller was consistently near the front of the field.

Kirkland's title defense ended with a second place finish in the points. Kirkland was competitive throughout, leading multiple races and finishing second on four occasions before breaking through on September 9th at Big Sky Speedway for his first win of the season in what turned out to be the last race run. Along with eight Top 5 finishes, Kirkland also had the distinction of being the only driver to finish in the Top 10 in every ASCS Frontier Region main event this season.

Phil Dietz, the five-time Montana sprint car champion, finished third in the points with seven Top 5 and eight Top 10 finishes. He finished second in the final two races of the season. Dietz also was twice a winner in ASCS Northern Plains competition this season.

Joe Perry finished fourth in the points over Kory Wermling by a single point.

Work is already being done in preparation for the 2024 season. Updates will be provided when available.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with the 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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2023 ASCS Frontier Region winners
May 19 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 20 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 26 - Rained out at Electric City Speedway
May 27 - Rained out at Electric City Speedway
June 9 - Postponed at Gallatin Speedway
June 10 - Postponed at Big Sky Speedway
June 16 - Kelly Miller at Gallatin Speedway
June 17 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
July 7 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 8 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
August 4 - Rained out at Gallatin Speedway
August 25 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
August 26 - Jake Bubak at Big Sky Speedway
September 1 - Kelly Miller at Electric City Speedway
September 2 - Tyler Thompson at Electric City Speedway
September 3 - Logan Forler at Electric City Speedway
September 8 - Kelly Miller at Gallatin Speedway
September 9 - Trever Kirkland at Big Sky Speedway
September 22 - Rained out at Big Sky Speedway
September 23 - Rained out at Big Sky Speedway

 

 

Ryan Timms Wins The 2023 Hockett/McMillin Memorial At Lucas Oil Speedway!

Bryan Hulbert – WHEATLAND, Mo. (September 17, 2023) Mother Nature delayed things by a day, but it was worth the wait as Ryan Timms followed up his Thursday prelim victory with a $10,000 payday and his first championship feature event win at the Jesse Hockett/ Daniel McMillin Memorial with the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com.

"I'm really happy I was able to get this win. This is a bucket-list race to win, and I'm glad I was able to get it done this year. I want to thank the Hockett family for everything they do for this event,” stated Timms, who joined Johnny Herrera as the only other driver to win a Sunday showdown at the Hockett/McMillin Memorial.

Leading all by the opening lap Saturday night, which was led by Jake Bubak, Timms shot into the lead on the second revolution. Challenged once during one of the four-race stoppages, the DriveWFX.com No. 5t rolled to the finish with a 1.667-second advantage, running multiple grooves throughout the 30-lap event.

"It was rubbered up earlier on today and rubbered up for that non-wing feature, so I was really expecting it to all blow off really fast and go straight to the top and just conserve your tires. The track actually stayed together fairly well.

Jason Martin fought his way to a runner-up finish, with Bubak ending up third after slipping back to fifth during the mid-point of the feature event.

Mounting a huge charge and at one point looking like he was going to roll by the field, Tim Estenson railed the cushion for a ten-spot gain to finish fourth. Up from ninth with a late race charge, Hank Davis completed the top five.

Battling sixth to second until Lap 23, Sean McClelland slipped back to where he started, with Blake Hahn following in seventh. Jamie Ball finished eighth, with Matt Covington rolling forward nine spots for a ninth-place finish. Miles Paulus made up the top ten.

The Hockett Hard Charger this year was Jeffrey Newell. The award was worth an extra $3,077. The Non-Wing Hard Charger was Jesse Vermillion. The POWRI WAR feature was topped by California’s Ricky Lewis, who did so from the 11th starting spot.

Overall, the 2023 Hockett/McMillin Memorial saw 147 Sprint Cars officially hit the track between both sanctioning bodies.

The night started off with AR Dyno Specialty Qualifiers, with wins going to Hank Davis, Derek Hagar, Jeremy Campbell, Wayne Johnson, and Miles Paulus. Twin BMRS B-Features were won by Howard Moore and Jordon Mallett.

The next event for the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com will be the COMP Cams Short Track Nationals at Texarkana 67 Speedway, happening October 5, 6, and 7, paying $20,000 to win, $1,000 to start. For info and to enter, log onto https://www.67speedwayoftexarkana.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer. New subscribers can receive 25% off when they use promo code ASCS2023 at checkout.

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 (@ascsracing).

Race Results:

ASCS National | ASCS Warrior Region

Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, Mo.)

Sunday, September 17, 2023

Event Count: 85

AR Dyno Specialty Qualifiers

AR Dyno Specialty LCQ 1 (12 Laps): 1. 1H-Hank Davis[2]; 2. 14T-Tim Estenson[4]; 3. 3-Howard Moore[1]; 4. 19-Ayrton Gennetten[3]; 5. 77-Jack Wagner[6]; 6. 8M-Kade Morton[5]; 7. 45X-Kyler Johnson[7]; 8. 71B-Brady Baker[8]; 9. 99D-Tucker Daly[9]; 10. 4-Chase Richards[10]; 11. 96-Brandon Sampson[11]; 12. 22K-Kaleb Johnson[12]; 13. 122-Lane Warner[13]; 14. 71-Channin Tankersley[14]; 15. 91T-Tyler Thomas[15]; 16. 16S-Steven Howell[16]

AR Dyno Specialty LCQ 2 (12 Laps): 1. 9JR-Derek Hagar[1]; 2. 14E-Kyle Bellm[2]; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett[6]; 4. 37-Ayden Gatewood[8]; 5. 1JR-Steven Russell[4]; 6. 47-Dale Howard[5]; 7. 1P-Curtis Evans[10]; 8. 52D-Skyler Daly[11]; 9. 51B-Joe B Miller[3]; 10. 44R-Ronny Howard[9]; 11. 91-Michael Day[7]; 12. 15D-Andrew Deal[12]; 13. 13-Elijah Gile[13]; 14. 9$-Kyle Clark[14]; 15. 73-Samuel Wagner[15]; 16. 22S-Slater Helt[16]

AR Dyno Specialty LCQ 3 (12 Laps): 1. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[1]; 2. 6Z-Zane DeVault[4]; 3. 23M-Lance Moss[7]; 4. 12-Jeffrey Newell[2]; 5. 1K-Kelby Watt[3]; 6. 7M-Chance Morton[6]; 7. 10-Landon Britt[5]; 8. 7C-Chris Morgan[9]; 9. 33-Alan Zoutte[11]; 10. 9C-Tony Crank[10]; 11. 41-Mackenzie Borchers[8]; 12. 4X-Brad Bowden[12]; 13. 74-Tucker Boulton[13]; 14. 16-Hannah Merritt[14]; 15. 12M-Greg Merritt[15]

AR Dyno Specialty LCQ 4 (12 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson[2]; 2. 6-Christopher Townsend[3]; 3. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[4]; 4. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 5. 97-Scotty Milan[7]; 6. 2J-Zach Blurton[11]; 7. 79-Gage Montgomery[8]; 8. 57-Billy Butler[14]; 9. 7B-Ben Brown[12]; 10. 44-Chris Martin[5]; 11. 18-Ryan Roberts[6]; 12. 938-Bradley Fezard[9]; 13. 83-Kurt Mueller[10]; 14. 18X-Nathan Ryun[13]; 15. 32D-Daryn Langford[15]

AR Dyno Specialty LCQ 5 (12 Laps): 1. 98P-Miles Paulus[1]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 3. 187-Landon Crawley[4]; 4. 21-Kameron Key[9]; 5. 2-Chase Porter[8]; 6. 31-Casey Wills[13]; 7. 86-Timothy Smith[5]; 8. 22M-Rees Moran[14]; 9. 55-Chase Howard[12]; 10. 4M-Cameron Martin[6]; 11. 1T-Joshua Tyre[11]; 12. 41H-Colton Hardy[3]; 13. 8-Alex Sewell[7]; 14. 14M-Randy Martin[10]; 15. 2X-Tony Rustad[15]

BMRS B-Feature (Top 2 each advance)

B-Main 1 (15 Laps): 1. 3-Howard Moore[1]; 2. 187-Landon Crawley[3]; 3. 37-Ayden Gatewood[4]; 4. 23M-Lance Moss[2]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson[11]; 6. 2J-Zach Blurton[10]; 7. 1K-Kelby Watt[7]; 8. 44-Chris Martin[19]; 9. 99D-Tucker Daly[16]; 10. 55B-Brandon Anderson[5]; 11. 57-Billy Butler[15]; 12. 33-Alan Zoutte[17]; 13. 4-Chase Richards[18]; 14. 52D-Skyler Daly[14]; 15. 2-Chase Porter[8]; 16. 77-Jack Wagner[6]; 17. 47-Dale Howard[9]; 18. 10-Landon Britt[12]; 19. 86-Timothy Smith[13]; 20. 96-Brandon Sampson[20]

B-Main 2 (15 Laps): 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[1]; 2. 12-Jeffrey Newell[4]; 3. 1JR-Steven Russell[6]; 4. 19-Ayrton Gennetten[3]; 5. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[2]; 6. 71B-Brady Baker[13]; 7. 8M-Kade Morton[8]; 8. 22M-Rees Moran[15]; 9. 7C-Chris Morgan[14]; 10. 97-Scotty Milan[7]; 11. 9C-Tony Crank[18]; 12. 1P-Curtis Evans[11]; 13. 21-Kameron Key[5]; 14. 51B-Joe B Miller[16]; 15. 79-Gage Montgomery[12]; 16. 7M-Chance Morton[9]; 17. 31-Casey Wills[10]; 18. 55-Chase Howard[17]; 19. 4M-Cameron Martin[19]

RacinDirt.com A-Feature

RacinDirt A-Main (30 Laps): 1. 5T-Ryan Timms[1]; 2. 36-Jason Martin[3]; 3. 1X-Jake Bubak[2]; 4. 14T-Tim Estenson[14]; 5. 1H-Hank Davis[9]; 6. 1-Sean McClelland[6]; 7. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 8. 4W-Jamie Ball[5]; 9. 95-Matt Covington[18]; 10. 98P-Miles Paulus[13]; 11. 12-Jeffrey Newell[22]; 12. 9JR-Derek Hagar[10]; 13. 3-Howard Moore[19]; 14. 87J-Jace Park[7]; 15. 45X-Kyler Johnson[24]; 16. 187-Landon Crawley[21]; 17. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[11]; 18. 14-Jordon Mallett[20]; 19. 2-Chase Porter[25]; 20. 6-Christopher Townsend[17]; 21. 6Z-Zane DeVault[16]; 22. 12X-Garet Williamson[8]; 23. 2C-Wayne Johnson[12]; 24. 55B-Brandon Anderson[23]; 25. 14E-Kyle Bellm[15]

Lap Leader(s): Jake Bubak 1; Ryan Timms 2-30

Hard Charger: Jeffrey Newell +11

Quick Time: N/A

High Point Driver: N/A

Provisional(s): Brandon Anderson / Kyler Johnson / Chase Porter

ASCS Online:

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

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

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

Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R

6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R

10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)

13 Elijah Gile (Phoenix, AZ) R

14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)

23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)

36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)

45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)

55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)

71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R

91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R

95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 9 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/17 – 81 Speedway; 7/7 – Dodge City Raceway Park; 7/22 – 81 Speedway; 8/26 – Salina Highbanks Speedway; 9/2 – Longdale Speedway); Matt Covington – 3 (6/16 – Humboldt Speedway; 7/8 – Dodge City Raceway Park; 8/25 – Lakeside Speedway); Ryan Timms – 2 (9/14 – Lucas Oil Speedway; 9/17 – Lucas Oil Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Jake Bubak – 2 (7/1 – WaKeeney Speedway; 9/15 – Lucas Oil Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway); Jeffrey Newell – 1 (6/22 – Lawton Speedway); Alex Sewell – 1 (6/24 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 1 (6/30 – Boone County Raceway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (8/3 – Knoxville Raceway); Parker Price-Miller – 1 (8/4 – Knoxville Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/5 – Knoxville Raceway); Landon Britt – 1 (9/1 – Arrowhead Speedway); Terry McCarl – 1 (9/12 – Clay County Fair Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 3,333; 2. Matt Covington 3,266; 3. Jordon Mallett 3,040; 4. Howard Moore 3,002; 5. Brandon Anderson 2,977; 6. Kyler Johnson 2,813; 7. Landon Britt 2,680; 8. Christopher Townsend 2,664; 9. Michael Day 2,334; 10. Chris Morgan 1,505;

Support of the American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by RacinDirt.com, AR Dyno Specialty, BMRS, The Driver’s Project, Schoenfeld, Brodix, Kinsler Fuel Injection, Smiley’s Racing Products, Impact Signs, Hoosier Tire, RacinDirt.com, and MyRacePass.com.

 

 

Rain Moves Hockett/McMillin Finale To Sunday Event

WHEATLAND, Mo. (September 16, 2023) Rain during the afternoon, followed by heavy rain moving in as cars began rolling the track, the finale of the Hockett/McMillin Memorial has been postponed to Sunday, September 17, 2023, featuring the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com, and POWRi WAR Sprints.

Cars will begin hot lapping at 2:00 P.M. with racing at 3:00 P.M. (CDT). Anyone who purchased a ticket or pit pass for Saturday’s event needs to retain their pass for admission on Sunday. Grandstands will open at 1:00 P.M. Pits will be cleared, and passes will begin selling at 12:30 P.M.

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.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer. New subscribers can receive 25% off when they use promo code ASCS2023 at checkout.

 

 

Ryan Timms Perfect During Hockett/McMillin Memorial Opener

Bryan Hulbert – WHEATLAND, Mo. (September 14, 2023) A last-minute decision to race the Hockett/McMillin Memorial paid off for Oklahoma’s Ryan Timms as the DriveWFX.com No. 5t stood atop the podium with the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com every time he hit the surface of the Lucas Oil Speedway.

The 16th different winner on the season and 22nd at Lucas Oil Speedway in 42 appearances, Timms guaranteed his spot in Saturday’s $ 10,000-to-win championship event.

“We actually weren’t planning on coming here until Tuesday, but I’m glad we came,” stated Timms.

“Starting on the pole, we were able to lead every lap. I was running the bottom until I heard Blake [Hahn] and moved up, then it started taking rubber about Lap 15. After that, I could smell it and settled into it, but it’s awesome to win here. Hopefully, we can get the win on Saturday because this really is a bucket list race to win at.”

Caution coming off the final turn set up a green, white, checkered finish. Protecting his line through the final set of turns, Timms was able to pull away by 1.217-seconds over Blake Hahn. Third went to Jamie Ball, with Derek Hagar rolling tenth to fourth. Picking up two spots, Garet Williamson completed the top five.

Howard Moore was sixth, followed by Steve Russell, who charged through the field 15 positions to earn the KSE Hard Charger of the Race. Jeremy Campbell, Brandon Anderson, and Joe B. Miller made up the top ten.

The opening night of the Hockett/McMillin Memorial saw 41 drivers draw in, and 40 take a competitive green flag lap. Garet Williamson set a new ASCS Track Record at 13.549-seconds. AR Dyno Specialty Heat Race wins went to Howard Moore, Ryan Timms, Chris Martin, Zane DeVault, and Jeremy Campbell. BMRS B-Features went to Landon Britt and Gage Montgomery.

Friday’s field of 49 drivers is set to qualify on Friday night. Once both prelim nights have concluded, the Top 8 in overall event point will lock into Saturday’s $10,000 to win feature. Friday’s event goes green at 7:05 P.M. (CDT).

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer. New subscribers can receive 25% off when they use promo code ASCS2023 at checkout.

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 (@ascsracing).

Race Results:

ASCS National | ASCS Warrior Region

Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, Mo.)

Thursday, September 14, 2023

Car Count: 41

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn, 13.642[1]; 2. 14T-Tim Estenson, 13.670[2]; 3. 3-Howard Moore, 13.674[7]; 4. 10-Landon Britt, 13.782[5]; 5. 1JR-Steven Russell, 13.835[6]; 6. 79-Gage Montgomery, 13.931[4]; 7. 8-Alex Sewell, 13.977[9]; 8. 73-Samuel Wagner, 14.060[8]; 9. (DNS) 9$-Kyle Clark, NT

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 5T-Ryan Timms, 13.819[7]; 2. 1K-Kelby Watt, 13.868[3]; 3. 86-Timothy Smith, 13.885[2]; 4. 8M-Kade Morton, 13.956[1]; 5. 7C-Chris Morgan, 14.061[8]; 6. 1P-Curtis Evans, 14.105[4]; 7. 91T-Tyler Thomas, 14.163[5]; 8. 31-Casey Wills, 14.389[6]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 4W-Jamie Ball, 13.750[5]; 2. 51B-Joe B Miller, 13.751[2]; 3. 44-Chris Martin, 13.828[3]; 4. 71-Channin Tankersley, 13.854[6]; 5. 7B-Ben Brown, 14.067[1]; 6. 41-Mackenzie Borchers, 14.523[8]; 7. 16-Hannah Merritt, 15.743[7]; 8. 57-Billy Butler, NT

The Drivers Project Qualifying 4 (3 Laps): 1. 12X-Garet Williamson, 13.549[4]; 2. 6Z-Zane DeVault, 13.606[6]; 3. 2-Chase Porter, 13.654[3]; 4. 13-Elijah Gile, 13.776[2]; 5. 9JR-Derek Hagar, 14.045[5]; 6. 7M-Chance Morton, 14.152[7]; 7. 14M-Randy Martin, 14.288[1]; 8. 99D-Tucker Daly, 14.494[8]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 5 (3 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 13.909[3]; 2. 10C-Jeremy Campbell, 13.965[8]; 3. 6-Christopher Townsend, 13.965[6]; 4. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 14.006[1]; 5. 91-Michael Day, 14.152[2]; 6. 44R-Ronny Howard, 14.176[7]; 7. 23M-Lance Moss, 14.197[5]; 8. 1T-Joshua Tyre,

AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races (Top 16 in combined Qualifying and Heat Points advance to the A-Feature)

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 3-Howard Moore[2]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 3. 10-Landon Britt[1]; 4. 14T-Tim Estenson[3]; 5. 79-Gage Montgomery[6]; 6. 1JR-Steven Russell[5]; 7. 8-Alex Sewell[7]; 8. 73-Samuel Wagner[8]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 5T-Ryan Timms[4]; 2. 86-Timothy Smith[2]; 3. 1K-Kelby Watt[3]; 4. 8M-Kade Morton[1]; 5. 91T-Tyler Thomas[7]; 6. 1P-Curtis Evans[6]; 7. 31-Casey Wills[8]; 8. 7C-Chris Morgan[5]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 44-Chris Martin[2]; 2. 4W-Jamie Ball[4]; 3. 71-Channin Tankersley[1]; 4. 51B-Joe B Miller[3]; 5. 41-Mackenzie Borchers[6]; 6. 16-Hannah Merritt[7]; 7. 57-Billy Butler[8]; 8. 7B-Ben Brown[5]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 6Z-Zane DeVault[3]; 2. 9JR-Derek Hagar[5]; 3. 12X-Garet Williamson[4]; 4. 13-Elijah Gile[1]; 5. 7M-Chance Morton[6]; 6. 14M-Randy Martin[7]; 7. 2-Chase Porter[2]; 8. 99D-Tucker Daly[8]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[3]; 2. 55B-Brandon Anderson[4]; 3. 6-Christopher Townsend[2]; 4. 23M-Lance Moss[7]; 5. 91-Michael Day[5]; 6. 1T-Joshua Tyre[8]; 7. 44R-Ronny Howard[6]; 8. 45X-Kyler Johnson[1]

BMRS B-Feature (Top 3 in each advance)

B-Main 1 (12 Laps): 1. 10-Landon Britt[3]; 2. 7M-Chance Morton[2]; 3. 8-Alex Sewell[9]; 4. 14M-Randy Martin[5]; 5. 91T-Tyler Thomas[1]; 6. 2-Chase Porter[11]; 7. 91-Michael Day[4]; 8. 73-Samuel Wagner[10]; 9. 13-Elijah Gile[6]; 10. 31-Casey Wills[8]; 11. 7B-Ben Brown[12]; 12. 1P-Curtis Evans[7]

B-Main 2 (12 Laps): 1. 79-Gage Montgomery[1]; 2. 8M-Kade Morton[6]; 3. 1JR-Steven Russell[7]; 4. 1T-Joshua Tyre[4]; 5. 44R-Ronny Howard[9]; 6. 7C-Chris Morgan[11]; 7. 99D-Tucker Daly[10]; 8. 45X-Kyler Johnson[12]; 9. 41-Mackenzie Borchers[2]; 10. 16-Hannah Merritt[5]; 11. 71-Channin Tankersley[3]; 12. 57-Billy Butler[8]

A-Feature

RacinDirtcom A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 5T-Ryan Timms[1]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 3. 4W-Jamie Ball[4]; 4. 9JR-Derek Hagar[10]; 5. 12X-Garet Williamson[7]; 6. 3-Howard Moore[8]; 7. 1JR-Steven Russell[22]; 8. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[6]; 9. 55B-Brandon Anderson[5]; 10. 51B-Joe B Miller[14]; 11. 6-Christopher Townsend[16]; 12. 1K-Kelby Watt[11]; 13. 7M-Chance Morton[19]; 14. 8-Alex Sewell[21]; 15. 91-Michael Day[24]; 16. 10-Landon Britt[17]; 17. 2-Chase Porter[25]; 18. 14T-Tim Estenson[13]; 19. 23M-Lance Moss[15]; 20. 6Z-Zane DeVault[2]; 21. 8M-Kade Morton[20]; 22. 86-Timothy Smith[12]; 23. 79-Gage Montgomery[18]; 24. 44-Chris Martin[9]; 25. 45X-Kyler Johnson[23]

Lap Leader(s): Ryan Timms 1-25

Hard Charger: Steven Russell +15

Quick Time: Garet Williamson 13.549-seconds (NRT)

High Point Driver: Ryan Timms

Provisional(s): Kyler Johnson (Points) / Michael Day (Points) / Chase Porter (Regional)

Event Points as of September 14, 2023

1. 5T-Ryan Timms-210

2. 52-Blake Hahn-199

3. 4W-Jamie Ball-192

4. 12X-Garet Williamson-179

5. 3-Howard Moore-176

6. 9JR-Derek Hagar-175

7. 10C-Jeremy Campbell-173

8. 55B-Brandon Anderson-170

9. 51B-Joe B. Miller-158

10.1K-Kelby Watt-157

11.6-Christopher Townsend-156

12.1JR-Steven Russell-152

13.6Z-Zane DeVault-151

14.14T-Tim Estenson-146

15.10-Landon Britt-145

16.44-Chris Martin-142

17.86-Timothy Smith-141

18.7M-Chance Morton-137

19.8M-Kade Morton-134

20.23M-Lance Moss-129

21.8-Alex Sewell-126

22.71-Channin Tankersley-125

23.13-Elijah Gile--124

24.79-Gage Montgomery-122

25.2-Chase Porter-121

26.91-Michael Day-120

27.91T-Tyler Thomas-116

28.41-Mackenzie Borchers-115

29.14M-Randy Martin-114

30.45X-Kyler Johnson-113

31.44R-Ronny Howard-113

32.7C-Chris Morgan-112

33.1T-Joshua Tyre-111

34.1P-Curtis Evans-109

35.16-Hannah Merritt-108

36.7B-Ben Brown-107

37.31-Casey Wills-102

38.99D-Tucker Daly-102

39.73-Samuel Wagner-101

40.57-Billy Butler-100

ASCS Online:

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

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

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

Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R

6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R

10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)

13 Elijah Gile (Phoenix, AZ) R

14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)

23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)

36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)

45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)

55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)

71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R

91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R

95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 9 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/17 – 81 Speedway; 7/7 – Dodge City Raceway Park; 7/22 – 81 Speedway; 8/26 – Salina Highbanks Speedway; 9/2 – Longdale Speedway); Matt Covington – 3 (6/16 – Humboldt Speedway; 7/8 – Dodge City Raceway Park; 8/25 – Lakeside Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway); Jeffrey Newell – 1 (6/22 – Lawton Speedway); Alex Sewell – 1 (6/24 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 1 (6/30 – Boone County Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/1 – WaKeeney Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (8/3 – Knoxville Raceway); Parker Price-Miller – 1 (8/4 – Knoxville Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/5 – Knoxville Raceway); Landon Britt – 1 (9/1 – Arrowhead Speedway); Terry McCarl – 1 (9/12 – Clay County Fair Speedway); Ryan Timms – 1 (9/14 – Lucas Oil Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 3,333; 2. Matt Covington 3,166; 3. Jordon Mallett 2,940; 4. Howard Moore 2,902; 5. Brandon Anderson 2,977; 6. Kyler Johnson 2,813; 7. Landon Britt 2,680; 8. Christopher Townsend 2,664; 9. Michael Day 2,334; 10. Chris Morgan 1,505;

Support of the American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by RacinDirt.com, AR Dyno Specialty, BMRS, The Driver’s Project, Schoenfeld, Brodix, Kinsler Fuel Injection, Smiley’s Racing Products, Impact Signs, Hoosier Tire, RacinDirt.com, and MyRacePass.com.

 

 

Terry McCarl Leads It All For $5,000 Score At Clay County Fair Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – SPENCER, Iowa (September 12, 2023) Picking up $5,000 at the Battle of the Blue Ribbon presented by DeBerg Concrete Tuesday night, Terry McCarl collected his 15th career victory with the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com at Clay County Fair Speedway in Spencer, Iowa.

The 15th driver to top the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com in 2023, McCarl’s last win came 126 events ago on October 31, 2019, at the Texas Motor Speedway Dirt Track.

“I had a great car right off the bat. I love the feel of these dished wings. I always give my boys crap. They think I’m old and stupid for running them, but it’s just a feel I like in the car, and the track wasn’t laying rubber, but it was cleaning off,” said McCarl. “It feels great to win, and it’s hard to win anywhere, but on the national level with these ASCS guys, they’re a great group of guys, you know, and here; I’ve never really run that well here in Spencer. In fact, this is my first win here.”

Getting the lead on the opening lap from the right of the front row, the Country Builder Construction/Justice Brothers No. 24 led from start to finish at the three-eighths-mile oval. Finding traffic late in the non-stop feature event did little to slow the wily veteran, who pulled away to a 3.719-second advantage at the drop of the checkered flag.

Chased by Matt Covington, the No. 95 moved to second through the opening turns of the 25-lap affair and stayed there for the duration. Steadily moving forward, Indiana’s Zane DeVault worked every line he could find to move from 11th to third at the white flag. Getting the spot away from Blake Hahn, the No. 52 settled for fourth, with Brandon Anderson fifth.

Moving throughout the top ten, Ayrton Gennetten finally settled into sixth. Chris Martin crossed seventh, with Howard Moore eighth. Christopher Thram and Jason Martin made up the top ten.

The finishing order was based on a split finish, as the red came out after the top two had crossed the finish line. Displayed for Lance Moss, who dove out of his car on fire, he was able to walk on his own to the Ambulance for further evaluation. Special thanks to the entire safety crew for their response, as well as Blake Hahn and Jordon Mallett, who jumped out of their cars to assist a fellow driver.

Tuesday’s field had 31 drivers drawing in. Blake Hahn was the overall quick qualifier at 14.283-seconds. AR Dyno Specialty Heat Race wins went to Matt Covington, Skylar Prochaska, Zane DeVault, and Jack Dover. The BMRS B-Feature went to Sam Henderson. One provisional was used by Landon Britt.

Up next is the $10,000 to win Hockett/McMillin Memorial on September 14, 15, and 16 at Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Mo.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer. New subscribers can receive 25% off when they use promo code ASCS2023 at checkout.

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 (@ascsracing).

Race Results:

ASCS National

Clay Co. Fair Speedway (Spencer, Iowa)

Tuesday, September 12, 2023

Car Count: 31

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn, 14.283[6]; 2. 19-Ayrton Gennetten, 14.377[1]; 3. 95-Matt Covington, 14.524[5]; 4. 83-Sam Henderson, 14.565[2]; 5. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 14.875[4]; 6. 20-Brant O'Banion, 14.986[3]; 7. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 15.251[7]; 8. 91R-Reed Allex, 15.282[8]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 24-Terry McCarl, 14.540[1]; 2. 10-Landon Britt, 14.947[7]; 3. 35-Skylar Prochaska, 15.020[4]; 4. 77W-Will Eggimann, 15.320[3]; 5. 36-Jason Martin, 15.563[6]; 6. 91-Michael Day, 15.614[8]; 7. 18-Corbin Erickson, 15.735[5]; 8. 32-Riley Valentine, 19.656[2]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 3-Howard Moore, 14.829[2]; 2. 24T-Christopher Thram, 14.874[7]; 3. 4W-Jamie Ball, 15.047[6]; 4. 6Z-Zane DeVault, 15.276[4]; 5. 23M-Lance Moss, 15.661[5]; 6. 05-Colin Smith, 15.965[8]; 7. 1A-John Anderson, 16.262[3]; 8. 17N-Nathan Anderson, 16.333[1]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 4 (3 Laps): 1. 44-Chris Martin, 15.581[1]; 2. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 15.593[2]; 3. 6-Christopher Townsend, 15.766[7]; 4. 53-Jack Dover, 15.891[6]; 5. 14-Jordon Mallett, 15.956[3]; 6. 22-Riley Goodno, 16.061[5]; 7. 91X-Brandon Stevenson, 16.146[4]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races (Top 16 in combined Qualifying and Heat Points advance to the A-Feature)

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 3. 19-Ayrton Gennetten[3]; 4. 83-Sam Henderson[1]; 5. 17B-Ryan Bickett[5]; 6. 20-Brant O'Banion[6]; 7. 91R-Reed Allex[7]; 8. 45X-Kyler Johnson[8]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 35-Skylar Prochaska[2]; 2. 36-Jason Martin[5]; 3. 24-Terry McCarl[4]; 4. 91-Michael Day[6]; 5. 18-Corbin Erickson[7]; 6. 77W-Will Eggimann[1]; 7. 32-Riley Valentine[8]; 8. 10-Landon Britt[3]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 6Z-Zane DeVault[1]; 2. 4W-Jamie Ball[2]; 3. 24T-Christopher Thram[3]; 4. 3-Howard Moore[4]; 5. 05-Colin Smith[6]; 6. 23M-Lance Moss[5]; 7. 1A-John Anderson[7]; 8. 17N-Nathan Anderson[8]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 53-Jack Dover[1]; 2. 55B-Brandon Anderson[3]; 3. 44-Chris Martin[4]; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett[5]; 5. 6-Christopher Townsend[2]; 6. 22-Riley Goodno[6]; 7. 91X-Brandon Stevenson[7]

BMRS B-Feature (Top 6 advance)

B-Main 1 (12 Laps): 1. 83-Sam Henderson[3]; 2. 6-Christopher Townsend[4]; 3. 22-Riley Goodno[6]; 4. 45X-Kyler Johnson[11]; 5. 05-Colin Smith[1]; 6. 23M-Lance Moss[7]; 7. 17B-Ryan Bickett[2]; 8. 1A-John Anderson[10]; 9. 77W-Will Eggimann[15]; 10. 17N-Nathan Anderson[13]; 11. 32-Riley Valentine[8]; 12. 91X-Brandon Stevenson[9]; 13. 20-Brant O'Banion[5]; 14. 91R-Reed Allex[12]; 15. 10-Landon Britt[14]

A-Feature

RacinDirtTV A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 24-Terry McCarl[2]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 3. 6Z-Zane DeVault[12]; 4. 52-Blake Hahn[1]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson[6]; 6. 19-Ayrton Gennetten[9]; 7. 44-Chris Martin[3]; 8. 3-Howard Moore[8]; 9. 24T-Christopher Thram[10]; 10. 36-Jason Martin[7]; 11. 4W-Jamie Ball[11]; 12. 45X-Kyler Johnson[20]; 13. 53-Jack Dover[13]; 14. 6-Christopher Townsend[18]; 15. 91-Michael Day[14]; 16. 22-Riley Goodno[19]; 17. 14-Jordon Mallett[15]; 18. 18-Corbin Erickson[16]; 19. 83-Sam Henderson[17]; 20. 23M-Lance Moss[22]; 21. 05-Colin Smith[21]; 22. 35-Skylar Prochaska[5]; 23. 10-Landon Britt[23]

Lap Leader(s): Terry McCarl 1-25

Hard Charger: Zane DeVault +9

Quick Time: Blake Hahn - 14.283-seconds

High Point Driver: Blake Hahn

Provisional(s): Landon Britt

ASCS Online:

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

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

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

Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R

6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R

10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)

13 Elijah Gile (Phoenix, AZ) R

14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)

23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)

36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)

45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)

55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)

71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R

91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R

95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 9 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/17 – 81 Speedway; 7/7 – Dodge City Raceway Park; 7/22 – 81 Speedway; 8/26 – Salina Highbanks Speedway; 9/2 – Longdale Speedway); Matt Covington – 3 (6/16 – Humboldt Speedway; 7/8 – Dodge City Raceway Park; 8/25 – Lakeside Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway); Jeffrey Newell – 1 (6/22 – Lawton Speedway); Alex Sewell – 1 (6/24 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 1 (6/30 – Boone County Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/1 – WaKeeney Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (8/3 – Knoxville Raceway); Parker Price-Miller – 1 (8/4 – Knoxville Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/5 – Knoxville Raceway); Landon Britt – 1 (9/1 – Arrowhead Speedway); Terry McCarl – 1 (9/12 – Clay County Fair Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 3,233; 2. Matt Covington 3,166; 3. Jordon Mallett 2,940; 4. Howard Moore 2,902; 5. Brandon Anderson 2,877; 6. Kyler Johnson 2,713; 7. Landon Britt 2,580; 8. Christopher Townsend 2,564; 9. Michael Day 2,234; 10. Chris Morgan 1,405;

Support of the American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by RacinDirt.com, AR Dyno Specialty, BMRS, The Driver’s Project, Schoenfeld, Brodix, Kinsler Fuel Injection, Smiley’s Racing Products, Impact Signs, Hoosier Tire, RacinDirt.com, and MyRacePass.com.

 

 

ASCS Qualifying Nights Revealed For The Hockett/McMillin Memorial

Bryan Hulbert – WHEATLAND, Mo. (September 5, 2023) Closing online registration with 94 drivers on the docket, the field has been split into their respective qualifying nights for the 13th edition of the Jesse Hockett/Daniel McMillin Memorial at Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Mo., happening September 14-16, 2023.

The 13th time the event will be contested at the “Diamond of Dirt Tracks”, this year marks the 14th time the event has been run, with the first taking place at Lake Ozark Speedway in 2010, where Zach Chappell picked up the win. The event moved to Lucas Oil Speedway the following year, with Jason Johnson winning the next two events.

Johnny Herrera was the champion in 2013, followed by Derek Hagar in 2014. Brad Loyet became the only Missouri born driver to win the Hockett/McMillin in 2015. Oklahoma’s Wayne Johnson picked up the win in 2016 and enters the 2023 event as the defending race winner. The only driver with three wins, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. topped the Hockett/McMillin in 2017, 2018, and 2020. Blake Hahn in 2019 and Washington’s J.J. Hickle in 2021 make up the list of event winners.

This year’s list of entrants is comprised of drivers from 17 states (AR, AZ, CO, IA, IL, KS, MN, MO, MS, NC, NE, NM, OH, OK, SD, TN, TX). Drivers can still pre-register by contact Terry Mattox via email to terry@ascsracing.com. Drivers entering now will be placed on a qualifying night.

Thursday Night Qualifiers:

1JR Steven Russell

1K Kelby Watt

1P Curtis Evans

1T Joshua Tyre

2 Chase Porter

3 Howard Moore

4W Jamie Ball

6 Christopher Townsend

7B Ben Brown

7C Chris Morgan

7M Chance Morton

8 Alex Sewell

8M Kade Morton

9C Chase Randall

9$ Kyle Clark

9JR Derek Hagar

10 Landon Britt

10C Jeremy Campbell

11 Roger Crockett

11M Michael Tyre

12X Garet Williamson

13 Elijah Gile

14M Randy Martin

16 Hannah Merritt

22S Slater Helt

23 Lance Moss

31 Casey Wills

41 Mackenzie Borchers

44 Ronny Howard

44C Chris Martin

45X Kyler Johnson

51B Joe B. Miller

52 Blake Hahn

55 Brandon Anderson

57 Billy Butler

71 Channin Tankersley

73 Samuel Wagner

75 Tyler Blank

86 Timothy Smith

88 Austin McCarl

91 Michael Day

91K Austin O'Neal

91T Tyler Thomas

97 Kevin Cummings

98P Miles Paulus

99D Tucker Daly

Friday Night Qualifiers:

1 Sean McClelland

1H Hank Davis

1X Jake Bubak

2C Wayne Johnson

2J Zach Blurton

2X Tony Rustad

3Z Zach Davis

4C Chase Richards

4M Cameron Martin

4X Brad Bowden

5 Ernie Morriss

9C Tony Crank

10K Jordan Knight

10K1 Dewayne White

12M Greg Merritt

12 Jeffrey Newell

13C Chase Howard

14 Jordon Mallett

14E Kyle Bellm

14T Travis Oldfield

15D Andrew Deal

16S Steven Howell

18 Ryan Roberts

18X Nathan Ryun

19 Ayrton Gennetten

20 Kelsey Ivy

21 Kameron Key

22K Kaleb Johnson

22M Rees Moran

27 Carson McCarl

32 Riley Valentine

32D Daryn Langford

33 Alan Zoutte

36 Jason Martin

37 Ayden Gatewood

41H Colton Hardy

47 Dale Howard

52D Skyler Daly

71B Brady Baker

74 Tucker Boulton

77 Jack Wagner

83 Kurt Mueller

87J Jace Park

96S Brandon Sampson

95 Matt Covington

97M Scotty Milan

187 Landon Crawley

938 Bradley Fezard

Nights are subject to change without notice.

The 2023 event takes place September 14-16. Entry for the $ 10,000-to-win event is free for ASCS competitors. Draw is $20 at the event. When entering, you will be placed on a qualifying night based on current numbers. A driver may not switch nights once they pull onto the track to Qualify.

With the change, teams will be able to Hot Lap, then Qualify, whereas last year, they were done at the same time.

Hockett/McMillin ASCS Format:

Preliminary nights will follow ASCS National Format, with teams drawing for their Qualifying Group. Max number of cars on track per Qualifying session is five.

The breakdown of the ASCS National Format is online at http://www.ascsracing.com.

Event Points are awarded each time a driver takes a competitive green flag. These points are used to set the field for Saturday and are not used to set lineups during a preliminary night. A driver may not switch nights once they pull onto the track to Qualify.

Qualifying and Heat Race Points are awarded: 30, 27, 24, 21, 18, 15, 12, 9, 6, 3

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.

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 $100.

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 $100.

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Who: ASCS National Tour | ASCS Warrior Region

What: 13th annual Hockett/McMillin Memorial

When: September 14-16, 2023

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 14 & 15:

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.

Advance Discount Tickets online only (16 and up) $22

Adults (16 and up) $25

Seniors (62 and up)/Military $22

Youth (6 to 15) $10

Kids (5 and under) FREE

Family Pass $60

Pit Pass $45

September 16

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.

Advance Discount Tickets online only (16 and up) $32

Adults (16 and up) $35

Seniors (62 and up)/Military $32

Youth (6 to 15) $10

Kids (5 and under) FREE

Family Pass $80

Pit Pass $45

ASCS National Track History

Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland) - 41 events

1. 9/30/06—Brian Brown

2. 4/19/08—Jason Johnson

3. 9/26/09—Shane Stewart

4. 9/25/10—Tim Crawley

5. 9/23/11—Tim Crawley (Hockett/McMillin-Prelim)

6. 9/24/11—Jason Johnson (Hockett/McMillin-Finale)

7. 6/23/12—Cody Baker (Speedweek)

8. 9/28/12—Brady Bacon (Hockett/McMillin-Prelim)

9. 9/29/12—Jason Johnson (Hockett/McMillin-Finale)

10. 6/22/13—Jonathan Cornell (Speedweek)

11. 9/27/13—Tony Bruce, Jr. (Hockett/McMillin-Prelim)

12. 9/29/13—Johnny Herrera (Hockett/McMillin-Finale)

13. 6/21/14—Christopher Bell (Speedweek)

14. 9/26/14—Tim Crawley (Hockett/McMillin-Prelim)

15. 9/27/14—Derek Hagar (Hockett/McMillin-Finale)

16. 6/20/15 -- Tony Bruce, Jr. (Speedweek)

17. 9/25/15 -- Brian Brown (Hockett/McMillin-Prelim)

18. 9/26/15 -- Brad Loyet (Hockett/McMillin-Finale)

19. 6/18/16 - Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (Speedweek)

20. 9/22/16 - Johnny Herrera (Hockett/McMillin Prelim)

21. 9/23/16 - Wayne Johnson (Hockett/McMillin Prelim)

22. 9/24/16 - Wayne Johnson (Hockett/McMillin Finale)

23. 6/17/17 - Aaron Reutzel (Speedweek)

24. 9/21/17 - Sammy Swindell (Hockett/McMillin Prelim)

25. 9/22/17 - Sammy Swindell (Hockett/McMillin Prelim)

26. 9/23/17 - Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (Hockett/McMillin Finale)

27. 9/20/18 - Wayne Johnson (Hockett/McMillin Prelim)

28. 9/21/18 - Johnny Herrera (Hockett/McMillin Prelim)

29. 9/22/18 - Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (Hockett/McMillin Finale)

30. 9/19/19 -- Blake Hahn (Hockett/McMillin Prelim)

31. 9/20/19 -- Josh Baughman (Hockett/McMillin Prelim)

32. 9/21/19 -- Blake Hahn (Hockett/McMillin Finale)

33. 9/17/20 - Mark Smith (Hockett/McMillin Prelim)

34. 9/18/20 - Mark Smith (Hockett/McMillin Prelim)

35. 9/19/20 - Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (Hockett/McMillin Finale)

36. 9/16/21 -- Derek Hagar (Hockett/McMillin-Prelim)

37. 9/17/21 -- Derek Hagar (Hockett/McMillin-Prelim)

38. 9/18/21 -- JJ Hickle (Hockett/McMillin Finale)

39. 9/15/22 -- Tim Crawley (Hockett/McMillin-Prelim)

40. 9/16/22 -- Ayrton Gennetten (Hockett/McMillin-Prelim)

41. 9/17/22 -- Wayne Johnson (Hockett/McMillin Finale)

ASCS Online:

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

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

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

Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R

6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R

10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)

13 Elijah Gile (Phoenix, AZ) R

14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)

23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)

36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)

45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)

55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)

71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R

91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R

95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 9 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/17 – 81 Speedway; 7/7 – Dodge City Raceway Park; 7/22 – 81 Speedway; 8/26 – Salina Highbanks Speedway; 9/2 – Longdale Speedway); Matt Covington – 3 (6/16 – Humboldt Speedway; 7/8 – Dodge City Raceway Park; 8/25 – Lakeside Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway); Jeffrey Newell – 1 (6/22 – Lawton Speedway); Alex Sewell – 1 (6/24 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 1 (6/30 – Boone County Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/1 – WaKeeney Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (8/3 – Knoxville Raceway); Parker Price-Miller – 1 (8/4 – Knoxville Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/5 – Knoxville Raceway); Landon Britt – 1 (9/1 – Arrowhead Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 3,123; 2. Matt Covington 3,024; 3. Jordon Mallett 2,844; 4. Howard Moore 2,786; 5. Brandon Anderson 2,752; 6. Kyler Johnson 2,607; 7. Landon Britt 2,515; 8. Christopher Townsend 2,462; 9. Michael Day 2,134; 10. Chris Morgan 1,405;

Support of the American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by RacinDirt.com, AR Dyno Specialty, BMRS, The Driver’s Project, Schoenfeld, Brodix, Kinsler Fuel Injection, Smiley’s Racing Products, Impact Signs, Hoosier Tire, RacinDirt.com, and MyRacePass.com.

 

 

Forler bags $10k at the Montana Roundup
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

GREAT FALLS, Mont. - Logan Forler scored one of the biggest wins of his sprint car racing career on Sunday night, earning $10,000 after taking the checkered flag in the Montana Roundup finale at Electric City Speedway.

The victory was Forler's fourth of the season with the ASCS Frontier Region. The Boise, Idaho driver led throughout the 35-lap feature, the longest main event in series history, aboard the family's No. 2L Fisher-powered Maxim.

Forler started on the pole of the main event after defeating Lethbridge, Alberta driver Kelly Miller in the final round of the King of the Hill pole shuffle earlier in the evening. Forler took the lead and jetted off to the lead the opening laps while Miller, who had won Friday's feature at the Great Falls clay oval, ran second ahead of Skylar Gee and Saturday winner Tyler Thompson. Forler quickly found himself in traffic and began lapping cars and putting them between himself and his pursuers.

Thompson eventually moved into second place and eventually got to where he could take a shot at Forler. The Harrisburg, Oregon driver attempted a slide job but climbed the wall and lost a tire, forcing him to the work area. After that, Forler was never seriously challenged again. Cautions late the in race would continue to clear the track for Forler, and Gee was unable to pose a challenge on the last restarts as Forler would motor away.

Sailing around the very top of the race track, Forler scraped the wall a couple of times in the last two laps but kept on the throttle and cruised to perhaps his biggest victory. After climbing out of the car in victory lane, the often-reserved Forler appeared exhausted but still thrilled with his win as he celebrated with his wife Raina and their children.

Forler finished on the podium all three nights at the Montana Roundup, having finished third on Friday night and second on Saturday.

Gee, the former series champion from Leduc, Alberta finished second aboard the Petersen/Nelson Bros. Racing No. 23n Scott Baylor-powered Triple X for his second podium finish in the three nights at Electric City Speedway, also having finished second on Friday. With a fourth place finish on Saturday included, it was a strong weekend for the Great Falls-based Peterson Family, who returned their familiar car to sprint car racing recently after a few years hiatus in partnership with the Nelson Bros. Racing team. This weekend's Montana Roundup was the 23n's first time back on its home track.

Miller, the ASCS Frontier Region points leader, finished third in the KDM Motorsports No. 2jr Custom Automotive-powered Eagle. Miller was on the podium all three nights, finishing third on Saturday night after his Friday night win. Miller extended his points lead to 72 tallies over defending series champion Trever Kirkland with four ASCS Frontier Region races remaining.

Lindsay, Oklahoma's Harli White moved up from the tenth starting position to finish fourth. After his earlier misfortune, Thompson stormed back through the field to finish fifth. Kirkland finished sixth ahead of Kory Wermling and Shad Petersen. Alberta driver Jordan Milne earned the hard charger nod, coming from 18th to finish ninth. Joe Perry rounded out the Top 10.

No heat races were held on Sunday as main event points from Friday and Saturday were combined to help determine main event lineups, with the top 14 locked into the 35-lap feature and remaining cars running a B-Feature. James Setters won the B-Feature and was among the six to transfer to the finale. The top eight drivers in points ran a King of the Hill pole shuffle, running a series of two-lap match races to settle the first four rows in the feature lineup.

The ASCS Frontier Region continues its season on Friday, September 8th with its last appearance of 2023 at Gallatin Speedway in Belgrade, Montana. The series visits Big Sky Speedway outside Billings the next night, Saturday, September 9th.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with the 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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ASCS Frontier Region
27th Annual Montana Roundup
Electric City Speedway
Great Falls, MT
September 3, 2023

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

27 cars

King of the Hill Pole Shuffle: 2L Logan Forler def. 2jr Kelly Miller in final round

B-Feature (15 laps): 1. 2s James Setters, 2. 28 Joe Perry, 3. 56 Ross Mathewson, 4. 3 Jordan Milne, 5. 6g Bryan Gossel, 6. 16g Austyn Gossel, 7. 49 Mike Monahan, 8. 35m Cody Masse, 9. 4p Leroy Brush, 10. 34 T.J. Richman, 11. 66 Fred Holz, 12. 81 Darren Smith, 13. 5c Channing Filler. First six finishers transferred to Feature.

Feature (35 laps): 1. 2L Logan Forler, 2. 23n Skylar Gee, 3. 2jr Kelly Miller, 4. 12hw Harli White, 5. 35km Tyler Thompson, 6. 37 Trever Kirkland, 7. 9k Kory Wermling, 8. 2 Shad Petersen, 9. 3 Jordan Milne, 10. 28 Joe Perry, 11. 01 Rich Bailey, 12. 2s James Setters, 13. 0J Jeremy McCune, 14. 24m Ian Myers, 15. 38n Mark Tabor II, 16. 6g Bryan Gossel, 17. 16g Austyn Gossel, 18. 10L Brock Lemley, 19. 56 Ross Mathewson, 20. 72 Phil Dietz.

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

September 8 - Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT
September 9 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT
September 22 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT
September 23 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT (Fall Finale)

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2023 ASCS Frontier Region winners
May 19 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 20 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 26 - Rained out at Electric City Speedway
May 27 - Rained out at Electric City Speedway
June 9 - Postponed at Gallatin Speedway
June 10 - Postponed at Big Sky Speedway
June 16 - Kelly Miller at Gallatin Speedway
June 17 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
July 7 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 8 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
August 4 - Rained out at Gallatin Speedway
August 25 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
August 26 - Jake Bubak at Big Sky Speedway
September 1 - Kelly Miller at Electric City Speedway
September 2 - Tyler Thompson at Electric City Speedway
September 3 - Logan Forler at Electric City Speedway

 

 

Thompson is electric in Great Falls, scores first ASCS Frontier win
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

GREAT FALLS, Mont. - Tyler Thompson made his presence known Saturday night when he motored to his first ASCS Frontier Region sprint car victory on Night 2 of the 27th Annual Montana Roundup at Electric City Speedway.

The Harrisburg, Oregon driver led the distance after starting inside the second row, but first had an early furious battle for the lead and then had to fight heavy traffic. After the dust settled, the multi-time Cottage Grove Speedway track champion had his first win in Montana and first victory under the ASCS banner, driving the Main Motorsports No. 35km Ostrich-powered Maxim.

Thompson had a strong start and made a power move inside of pole sitter Logan Forler going into Turn 1, the two nearly making contact as they made their way around Turn 2. Thompson took the lead down the back straightaway but the Boise, Idaho driver threw a slider against Thompson in Turns 3 and 4, squeezing up against Thompson and the outside wall and nearly making contact again. Thompson popped out from between and secured the lead in the opening laps while Forler lost second to Kelly Miller.

While Thompson ripped around the top of the race track, Miller was glued to the bottom early as it had worked for him when he won Friday night. The Lethbridge, Alberta driver nearly passed Thompson a couple of times, but Thompson then pulled away. Forler, also running the top, eventually drove by Miller to retake second place. Seeing that the bottom wasn't as hooked up as it was the night before Miller moved up the race track and secured third place in the early going.

Thompson was quickly in traffic, allowing Forler to close in. Every time Forler got close; however, Thompson would pick off one more lapped car to put between himself and Forler. Fighting traffic to keep pace with Thompson, Forler eventually had to contend with Miller and hold him off for second. From there Thompson drove on to the victory.

Forler eventually took second aboard the family's No. 2L Fisher-powered Maxim. Miller finished third in the KDM Motorsports No. 2jr Custom Automotive-powered Eagle, and increased his points lead over defending series champion Trever Kirkland of Helena, Montana to 59 points with five races remaining on the ASCS Frontier Region schedule.

Skyler Gee of Leduc, Alberta was fourth. Kirkland finished fifth, continuing his run of being the only driver to have finished in the Top 10 in every ASCS Frontier Region main event this season.

Former series champion Phil Dietz won the B-Main and then moved up from 17th to finish sixth in the main event, earning hard charger honors. Joe Perry, Brock Lemley, Harli White and Kory Wermling rounded out the Top 10.

Heat races earlier in the evening were won by White, Forler, Cody Masse and Thompson.

Main event points from Friday and Saturday night will be combined to determine main event lineups for Sunday's finale at Electric City Speedway, with the top 14 cars locked into the $10,000-to-win Montana Roundup main event.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with the 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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ASCS Frontier Region
27th Annual Montana Roundup - Night 2
Electric City Speedway
Great Falls, MT
September 2, 2023

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

27 cars

Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. 12hw Harli White, 2. 2s James Setters, 3. 28 Joe Perry, 4. 10L Brock Lemley, 5. 3 Jordan Milne, 6. 56 Ross Mathewson, 7. 49 Mike Monahan.

Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. 2L Logan Forler, 2. 23n Skylar Gee, 3. 37 Trever Kirkland, 4. 5c Channing Filler, 5. 24m Ian Myers, 6. 66 Fred Holz, 7. 81 Darren Smith.

Heat 3 (8 laps): 1. 35m Cody Masse, 2. 0J Jeremy McCune, 3. 2 Shad Petersen, 4. 9k Kory Wermling, 5. 72 Phil Dietz, 6. 16g Austyn Gossel, 7. 4p Leroy Brush.

Heat 4 (8 laps): 1. 35km Tyler Thompson, 2. 2jr Kelly Miller, 3. 01 Rich Bailey, 4. 38n Mark Tabor II, 5. 6g Bryan Gossel, DNS - 34 T.J. Richman.

B-Feature (12 laps): 1. 72 Phil Dietz, 2. 24m Ian Myers, 3. 16g Austyn Gossel, 4. 56 Ross Mathewson, 5. 6g Bryan Gossel, 6. 3 Jordan Milne, 7. 49 Mike Monahan, 8. 66 Fred Holz, 9. 81 Darren Smith, 10. 34 T.J. Richman, 11. 4p Leroy Brush. First four finishers transferred to A-Feature.

Feature (25 laps): 1. 35km Tyler Thompson, 2. 2L Logan Forler, 3. 2jr Kelly Miller, 4. 23n Skylar Gee, 5. 37 Trever Kirkland, 6. 72 Phil Dietz, 7. 28 Joe Perry, 8. 10L Brock Lemley, 9. 12hw Harli White, 10. 9k Kory Wermling, 11. 0J Jeremy McCune, 12. 2s James Setters, 13. 2 Shad Petersen, 14. 01 Rich Bailey, 15. 24m Ian Myers, 16. 35m Cody Masse, 17. 16g Austyn Gossel, 18. 56 Ross Mathewson, 19. 38n Mark Tabor II, 20. 5c Channing Filler.

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

September 3 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT (Montana Roundup - Night 3)
September 8 - Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT
September 9 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT
September 22 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT
September 23 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT (Fall Finale)

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2023 ASCS Frontier Region winners
May 19 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 20 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 26 - Rained out at Electric City Speedway
May 27 - Rained out at Electric City Speedway
June 9 - Postponed at Gallatin Speedway
June 10 - Postponed at Big Sky Speedway
June 16 - Kelly Miller at Gallatin Speedway
June 17 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
July 7 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 8 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
August 4 - Rained out at Gallatin Speedway
August 25 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
August 26 - Jake Bubak at Big Sky Speedway
September 1 - Kelly Miller at Electric City Speedway
September 2 - Tyler Thompson at Electric City Speedway

 

 

Miller takes Roundup opener, pads ASCS Frontier points lead
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

GREAT FALLS, Mont. - After recent struggles, Kelly Miller rebounded and scored the ASCS Frontier Region sprint car victory in Friday's Montana Roundup opener at Electric City Speedway, and picked up a $3,000 paycheck for his efforts.

It was the Lethbridge, Alberta driver's series leading fifth main event win of the season, but his first since June 17th. The win increased Miller's points lead to 49 tallies unofficially over defending series champion Trever Kirkland with six races remaining.

Miller started the 25-lap feature on the outside of the front row. After the first start was called back due to a false start, fellow Canadian and pole sitter Skylar Gee took the lead and held it for the first several laps until they entered traffic on a long green flag run. While Gee was running the top of the track in the turns, Miller was working the bottom. Around the midway point of the race, Miller found the bottom part of the track becoming faster, squeezed himself in between the inside berm and a lapped car while Gee was sailing around the top and took over the lead.

Gee tried to fight back but could not get by Miller. After 21 laps straight under green, the caution flag came out for two cars tangled together and that cleared the track for Miller, who ran off to the win aboard the KDM Motorsports No. 2jr Custom Automotive-powered Eagle.

It was a big bounce back after a DNF in last Saturday's Harvey Ostermiller Memorial at Big Sky Speedway. A happy Miller was quickly greeted by family and his crew in victory lane. After winning the first four ASCS Frontier Region main events this season in relatively dominant fashion, Miller cooled off over the next several events and struggled to run in the Top 5 as he also fought mechanical problems at times. Friday's event was a return to form for Miller and crew.

Gee, a former ASCS Frontier Region champion, finished second after leading early aboard the Peterson/Nelson No. 23n Scott Baylor-powered Triple X. Boise, Idaho's Logan Forler, another former series champion, finished third aboard his family's No. 2L Fisher-powered Maxim after running in the Top 5 throughout the race. After fighting mechanical problems all season, Rich Bailey finished a season best fourth place. Harrisburg, Oregon's Tyler Thompson came from 16th to finish fifth.

Washington visitor Brock Lemley came from 19th to finish sixth and earn the hard charger nod. Kirkland, Kory Wermling, Jordan Milne and Harli White rounded out the Top 10.

Heat races earlier in the evening were won by Milne, Cody Masse, Gee and Miller. Instead of the usual redraw for main event starting positions, a dash was instead run for the Top 8 in passing points to determine their main event lineup. Gee won the dash over Miller and Forler.

Wermling won the B-Main, taking Mark Tabor II, Lemley and White with him to the feature. Joe Perry, who missed the transfer by one position, was allowed to tag the back of the main event field as an alternate when James Setters was unable to start.

The Montana Roundup at Electric City Speedway continues on Saturday with another $3,000-to-win program, and concludes Sunday with a $10,000-to-win main event. Admission each day is $18 for adults and $12 for those 55 years of age and older.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with the 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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ASCS Frontier Region
27th Annual Montana Roundup - Night 1
Electric City Speedway
Great Falls, MT
September 1, 2023

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

27 cars

Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. 3 Jordan Milne, 2. 0J Jeremy McCune, 3. 6g Bryan Gossel, 4. 38n Mark Tabor II, 5. 24m Ian Myers, 6. 12h Jerry Brey, 7. 28 Joe Perry.

Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. 35m Cody Masse, 2. 72 Phil Dietz, 3. 49 Mike Monahan, 4. 56 Ross Mathewson, 5. 4p Leroy Brush, 6. 10L Brock Lemley, 7. 12hw Harli White.

Heat 3 (8 laps): 1. 23n Skylar Gee, 2. 01 Rich Bailey, 3. 2 James Setters, 4. 9k Kory Wermling, 5. 35km Tyler Thompson, 6. 16g Austyn Gossel, 7. 5c Channing Filler.

Heat 4 (8 laps): 1. 2jr Kelly Miller, 2. 2L Logan Forler, 3. 37 Trever Kirkland, 4. 2n Shad Petersen, 5. 81 Darren Smith, DNS - 34 T.J. Richman.

Dash (5 laps): 1. 23n Skylar Gee, 2. 2jr Kelly Miller, 3. 2L Logan Forler, 4. 72 Phil Dietz, 5. 01 Rich Bailey, 6. 35m Cody Masse, 7. 2 James Setters, DNS - 3 Jordan Milne.

B-Feature (12 laps): 1. 9k Kory Wermling, 2. 38n Mark Tabor II, 3. 10L Brock Lemley, 4. 12hw Harli White, 5. 28 Joe Perry, 6. 16g Austyn Gossel, 7. 12h Jerry Brey, 8. 5c Channing Filler, 9. 81 Darren Smith, 10. 4p Leroy Brush, DNS - 34 T.J. Richman. First four finishers transfer to A-Feature.

Feature (25 laps): 1. 2jr Kelly Miller, 2. 23n Skylar Gee, 3. 2L Logan Forler, 4. 01 Rich Bailey, 5. 35km Tyler Thompson, 6. 10L Brock Lemley, 7. 37 Trever Kirkland, 8. 9k Kory Wermling, 9. 3 Jordan Milne, 10. 12hw Harli White, 11. 28 Joe Perry, 12. 72 Phil Dietz, 13. 0J Jeremy McCune, 14. 24m Ian Myers, 15. 35m Cody Masse, 16. 56 Ross Mathewson, 17. 2N Shad Petersen, 18. 6g Bryan Gossel, 19. 49 Mike Monahan, 20. 38n Mark Tabor II, DNS - 2 James Setters.

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

September 2 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT (Montana Roundup - Night 2)
September 3 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT (Montana Roundup - Night 3)
September 8 - Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT
September 9 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

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2023 ASCS Frontier Region winners
May 19 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 20 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 26 - Rained out at Electric City Speedway
May 27 - Rained out at Electric City Speedway
June 9 - Postponed at Gallatin Speedway
June 10 - Postponed at Big Sky Speedway
June 16 - Kelly Miller at Gallatin Speedway
June 17 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
July 7 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 8 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
August 4 - Rained out at Gallatin Speedway
August 25 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
August 26 - Jake Bubak at Big Sky Speedway
September 1 - Kelly Miller at Electric City Speedway

 

 

Landon Britt Lands First ASCS National Win By Inches At Arrowhead Speedway!

Bryan Hulbert – COLCORD, Okla. (September 1, 2023) Holding on through late-race restarts and a drag race to the finish on Friday night, the hard work finally paid off for Landon Britt, who captured his first career victory with the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com at Arrowhead Speedway by 0.021-seconds.

“That last lap was killer. No tires left, I had no grip coming out of the corner, and I was headed right for that wall, but I was going to hit it to win it,” chuckled Britt, who did tap the wall coming to the checkered flag.

The sixth driver from Memphis, Tenn., to top an ASCS National event, Landon is the 170th different winner since 1993 and the 14th one to top an event in 2023. The tour’s first visit to the newly built one-third-mile oval, the event was the 1,100th for the series.

Making the win even better for Britt is doing so with his family, “It means a lot. My parents are the ones who really support this deal for me, and my Mom doesn’t get to come out to a lot of these, but she was able to come to this one and see a win.”

Taking the green third, that is where Landon spent most of the race. Chasing Jason Martin for second, the track began cleaning off in the last half of the event. Making passing more challenging as the race progressed, Landon put his rear tires to work to complete the pass for second on Lap 26. Getting by Sean McClelland, who took over from Alex Sewell after the opening revolution, two laps later, the top five worked past the start-finish line before the caution flew to complete the lap.

Securing the lead for Britt, the restart saw Sean try and time the cone but advanced past the No. 10 too soon. Putting McClelland back two spots for the infraction, Jason Martin moved back to second and was in hot pursuit.

Back-to-back cautions before finally going green, the pair raced off the final turn with Landon pushing out the line and towards the wall. Hitting the low line and aiming at the top spot, the pair hammered down to the finish, with Britt holding on for the win over Jason.

Sean McClelland made up one spot to finish third, with Alex Sewell fourth. Rolling up from 14th, Howard Moore completed the top five. Chris Morgan crossed sixth, followed by KSE Hard Charger, Kyler Johnson, who advanced 11 positions to seventh. Jodon Mallett, Tyler Thomas, and Brandon Anderson made up the top ten.

Friday’s field included 21 drivers, with Sean McClelland establishing the ASCS Track Record at 12.500-seconds during The Driver’s Project Qualifying. AR Dyno Specialty Heat Race wins went to Jeffrey Newell, Jason Martin, and Landon Britt.

The next event for the American Sprint is Saturday, September 2, at Longdale Speedway. The $5,000 to win, $500 to start affair opens 5:00 P.M., followed by Hot Laps at 7:15 P.M., and Racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for seniors, and free for kids 12 and under. Pits are $35. Longdale Speedway is located just south of Longdale, Okla., on OK-58. Information on the track can be found at https://www.facebook.com/longdalespeedway.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer. New subscribers can receive 25% off when they use promo code ASCS2023 at checkout.

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 (@ascsracing).

Race Results:

ASCS National | ASCS Sooner

Arrowhead Speedway (Colcord, Okla.)

Friday, September 1, 2023

Car Count: 21

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 1-Sean McClelland, 12.500[6]; 2. 8-Alex Sewell, 12.930[2]; 3. 31-Casey Wills, 13.013[1]; 4. 12-Jeffrey Newell, 13.217[5]; 5. 25B-Blaine Baxter, 13.356[4]; 6. 6-Christopher Townsend, 13.427[3]; 7. (DNS) 1H-Hank Davis, 13.427

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin, 12.732[2]; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett, 13.055[6]; 3. 91-Michael Day, 13.263[7]; 4. 3-Howard Moore, 13.338[3]; 5. 91T-Tyler Thomas, 13.649[4]; 6. 3G-Lane Goodman, 13.709[5]; 7. 30X-Larry Bratti, 14.219[1]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 10-Landon Britt, 13.302[1]; 2. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 13.417[5]; 3. 7C-Chris Morgan, 13.531[2]; 4. 15D-Andrew Deal, 13.536[4]; 5. 95-Matt Covington, 13.592[6]; 6. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 13.650[7]; 7. 26M-Fred Mattox, 13.746[3]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races (All drivers advance to the A-Feature)

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 12-Jeffrey Newell[1]; 2. 1-Sean McClelland[4]; 3. 8-Alex Sewell[3]; 4. 31-Casey Wills[2]; 5. 6-Christopher Townsend[6]; 6. 25B-Blaine Baxter[5]; 7. 1H-Hank Davis[7]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin[4]; 2. 91-Michael Day[2]; 3. 3-Howard Moore[1]; 4. 91T-Tyler Thomas[5]; 5. 14-Jordon Mallett[3]; 6. 3G-Lane Goodman[6]; 7. 30X-Larry Bratti[7]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 10-Landon Britt[4]; 2. 7C-Chris Morgan[2]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson[6]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[5]; 5. 15D-Andrew Deal[1]; 6. 26M-Fred Mattox[7]; 7. 45X-Kyler Johnson[3]

A-Feature

RacinDirt A-Main (30 Laps): 1. 10-Landon Britt[3]; 2. 36-Jason Martin[4]; 3. 1-Sean McClelland[2]; 4. 8-Alex Sewell[1]; 5. 3-Howard Moore[14]; 6. 7C-Chris Morgan[6]; 7. 45X-Kyler Johnson[18]; 8. 14-Jordon Mallett[12]; 9. 91T-Tyler Thomas[10]; 10. 55B-Brandon Anderson[8]; 11. 6-Christopher Townsend[13]; 12. 12-Jeffrey Newell[7]; 13. 3G-Lane Goodman[16]; 14. 30X-Larry Bratti[19]; 15. 95-Matt Covington[9]; 16. 31-Casey Wills[11]; 17. 25B-Blaine Baxter[17]; 18. 26M-Fred Mattox[15]; 19. 91-Michael Day[5]; 20. 15D-Andrew Deal[20]; 21. 1H-Hank Davis[21]

Lap Leader(s): Alex Sewell 1; Sean McClelland 2-27; Landon Britt 28-30

Hard Charger: Kyler Johnson +11

Quick Time: Sean McClelland 12.500 (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/americansprintcarseries

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

Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R

6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R

10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)

13 Elijah Gile (Phoenix, AZ) R

14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)

23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)

36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)

45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)

55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)

71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R

91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R

95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 8 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/17 – 81 Speedway; 7/7 – Dodge City Raceway Park; 7/22 – 81 Speedway; 8/26 – Salina Highbanks Speedway); Matt Covington – 3 (6/16 – Humboldt Speedway; 7/8 – Dodge City Raceway Park; 8/25 – Lakeside Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway); Jeffrey Newell – 1 (6/22 – Lawton Speedway); Alex Sewell – 1 (6/24 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 1 (6/30 – Boone County Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/1 – WaKeeney Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (8/3 – Knoxville Raceway); *Parker Price-Miller – 1 (8/4 – Knoxville Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/5 – Knoxville Raceway); Landon Britt – 1 (9/1 – Arrowhead Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 2,; 2. Matt Covington 2,882; 3. Jordon Mallett 2,734; 4. Howard Moore 2,664; 5. Brandon Anderson 2,622; 6. Kyler Johnson 2,507; 7. Landon Britt 2,390; 8. Christopher Townsend 2,349; 9. Michael Day 2,026; 10. Chris Morgan 1,299;

 

 

$10,000 Montana Roundup next for ASCS Frontier
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

GREAT FALLS, Mont. - Another five-figure payday up for grabs awaits the ASCS Frontier Region sprint car series, as the traditional three-night Montana Roundup occurs over Labor Day weekend at Electric City Speedway in Great Falls.

After a pair of $3,000-to-win features on Friday and Saturday nights, Sunday's finale will pay $10,000-to-win. That will come just eight days after the series raced for $12,012 in the Harvey Ostermiller Memorial, which was won by Jake Bubak, at Big Sky Speedway.

While this will be the 27th edition of the Montana Roundup, this year's will be the biggest yet after much behind the scenes work recently to secure the extra-large payout. There are only so many 360 sprint car events paying $10,000 or more to win around the country, and in Montana - seen by many around the rest of the country as a more remote area - the ASCS Frontier Region is racing for that much on consecutive weekends, as Stagg Motor Sports and its partner tracks continue their work to establish higher paying events in the region.

The current plan is for Friday's and Saturday's events at the 3/10-mile clay oval to feature the normal ASCS Frontier region format with pill draw for heat race lineups and the traditional passing points in heat race action. Main event finishing points from the two nights will be combined to set up Sunday's event, with the top 14 drivers in points locked into the A-Feature and the first eight taking part in a King of the Hill pole shuffle to determine the first four rows for the main event. Remaining cars will race in one or two B-Features, depending on car count. Eight cars will come out of that to create a 22-car field for the $10,000-to-win A-Feature.

Kelly Miller of Lethbridge, Alberta enters the weekend with an 18-point lead over Helena, Montana's Trever Kirkland, a lead that had shrunk over two nights at last weekend's Harvey Ostermiller Memorial. Miller, who is seeking his first title under ASCS sanctioning, won the first four main events of the season and quickly grew a large lead before struggles last weekend. Despite being winless this season, Kirkland's consistency, including four runner-up finishes and strong runs against the larger field last weekend, have helped keep him within striking distance of Miller.

Meanwhile, only 18 points separate third through fifth place in the standings. Third place Phil Dietz, the five-time Montana sprint car champion out of Laurel, sits just eight points ahead of Kory Wermling, himself just ten tallies ahead of Billings driver Joe Perry. Wermling is twice a winner in ASCS Frontier Region competition but has not won yet at his hometown track Electric City Speedway and will be looking to have a big weekend at home.

Last year's Montana Roundup saw main events won by eventual ASCS Frontier Region series champion Trever Kirkland on Friday, Tyler Driever on Saturday and Joe Perry in Sunday's finale.

Different classes will join the ASCS Frontier Region 360 sprint cars on the card over the course of the weekend, including WISSOTA street stocks, WISSOTA midwest modifieds, IMCA modifieds and WISSOTA super stocks. Admission each day is $18 for adults and $12 for those 55 years of age and older.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with the 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 1 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT (Montana Roundup - Night 1)
September 2 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT (Montana Roundup - Night 2)
September 3 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT (Montana Roundup - Night 3)
September 8 - Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT
September 9 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

 

 

ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints At Baton Rouge Raceway This Saturday!

Bryan Hulbert – BAKER, La. (August 30, 2023) Rolling in for Round 3 of the 2023 season at Baton Rouge Raceway, the ASCS Hurricane Area Super Sprints will head for the Louisiana oval on Saturday, September 2.

The site of the 2023 season opener, Channin Tankersley, took the win on April 14. Returning on June 14, Jan Howard rolled to victory over the 20-car field. Points going into the weekend show Brandon Blenden on top by 18 over Rusty Sanford. Blake Carrier, Jake Brashier, and Blake Mallette make up the top-five. A complete rundown is posted at https://www.ascsracing.com/standings/2023/24627/1002.

Saturday opens at 6:00 P.M. with racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Pure Stocks, Rookie Limited Modified, Street Stocks, Young Guns, Limited Modified, Generation Next Limited Mods, Stinger, CRUSA Dirt Late Models, and Mini Wedge will also be in action. General Admission is $20, and kids 12 and under are free.

Baton Rouge Raceway is located at 17700 Plank Rd. in Baker, La. For more information on the track, follow them at https://www.facebook.com/batonrougeraceway.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

Sooner State Labor Day Run Next For The American Sprint Car Series

Bryan Hulbert – COLCORD, Okla. (August 29, 2023) A combined $9,000 to win is up for grabs this weekend with the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com as the tour teams up with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products at Arrowhead Speedway on Friday, September 1, and Longdale Speedway on Saturday, September 2.

Set to be the 13th Oklahoma oval to host the National Tour, the newly built Arrowhead Speedway in Colcord, Okla., is a one-third-mile oval situated on the site of the former Flint Creek Speedway (aka. 412 Speedway Park, West Siloam Spring Speedway, and West Siloam Speedway). The area has hosted racing since 1987, with the last ASCS Sooner Region event held in 2017, where Dustin Morgan picked up the win. Bearing no resemblance to the former facility, Arrowhead Speedway hosted its first event on May 26, 2023.

Friday, September 1, will feature a $4,000 to win, $400 to start main event. Pits open at 4:00 P.M., with Grandstands opening at 6:00 P.M. Cars will hit the track for Hot Laps at 7:30 P.M., followed by Racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $25 for adults, $20 for seniors and youth (13-17). $5 for youth (6-12), and free for kids five and under. Pits are $40. Other divisions include USRA Stock Cars, AmeriFlex USRA B-Mods, and USRA Tuners.

Arrowhead Speedway is located 5.5-miles from the Oklahoma/Arkansas line at 20316 US-412 West in Colcord, Okla. Information on the track can be found online at https://arrowheadspeedway.com or by calling (479) 228-4290.

The final event in the ASCS Summer Super Series, Saturday, September 2, at Longdale Speedway, is $5,000 to win, $500 to start. First hosting the tour earlier this year, the weekend was split by Seth Bergman and current series point’s leader, Jason Martin. The event is hosted by series owner, Terry Mattox, who promotes the three-eighths-mile oval. Terry Mattox. For more information, contact him at (918) 417-0624 or email terry@ascsracing.com.

Pits at 4:00 P.M., Grandstands at 5:00 P.M., Hot Laps at 7:15 P.M., and Racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for seniors, and free for kids 12 and under. Pits are $35. Longdale Speedway is located just south of Longdale, Okla., on OK-58. Information on the track can be found at https://www.facebook.com/longdalespeedway.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer. New subscribers can receive 25% off when they use promo code ASCS2023 at checkout.

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 (@ascsracing).

Quick Info

Who: American Sprint Car Series
Where: Arrowhead and Longdale Speedway
When: Friday, September 1, & Saturday, September

When: Friday, May 19, 2023

Where: Arrowhead Speedway (Colcord, Okla.)
Pits: 4:00 P.M.
Stands: 5:00 P.M.
Draw: 6:00 P.M. – 6:30 P.M.
Driver’s Meeting: 6:45 P.M.
Hot Laps/Qualifying: 7:30 P.M.
Racing: 8:00 P.M.

$4,000 to win, $400 to start

Tickets: $25 | Senior: $20| Kids 5 & Under: Free | Pits: $40
Muffler: N/A
RACEceiver: 450.050 (Ch. 5)

When: Saturday, September 2, 2023:

Where: Longdale Speedway (Longdale, Okla.)
Pits: 4:00 P.M.
Stands: 5:00 P.M.
Draw: 5:45 P.M. – 6:15 P.M.
Driver’s Meeting: 6:30 P.M.
Hot Laps/Qualifying: 7:00 P.M.
Racing: 8:00 P.M.

$5,000 to win, $500 to start

Tickets: $20 | Senior: $15| Kids 12 & Under: Free | Pits: $35
Muffler: N/A
RACEceiver: 450.050 (Ch. 5)

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/americansprintcarseries
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ascsracing [@ascsracing]
Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com
Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R
6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R
10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)
13 Elijah Gile (Phoenix, AZ) R
14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)
23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)
36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)
45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)
55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)
71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R
91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R
95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 8 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/17 – 81 Speedway; 7/7 – Dodge City Raceway Park; 7/22 – 81 Speedway; 8/26 – Salina Highbanks Speedway); Matt Covington – 3 (6/16 – Humboldt Speedway; 7/8 – Dodge City Raceway Park; 8/25 – Lakeside Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway); Jeffrey Newell – 1 (6/22 – Lawton Speedway); Alex Sewell – 1 (6/24 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 1 (6/30 – Boone County Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/1 – WaKeeney Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (8/3 – Knoxville Raceway); *Parker Price-Miller – 1 (8/4 – Knoxville Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/5 – Knoxville Raceway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 2,831; 2. Matt Covington 2,782; 3. Jordon Mallett 2,618; 4. Howard Moore 2,539; 5. Brandon Anderson 2,512; 6. Kyler Johnson 2,388; 7. Christopher Townsend 2,241; 8. Landon Britt 2,240; 9. Michael Day 1,934; 10. Seth Bergman 1,237;

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Jake Bubak wins Harvey Ostermiller Memorial
BILLINGS, Mont. - Jake Bubak put his name in the record books as the winner of the highest paying to win dirt sprint car race ever in the state of Montana on Saturday night when he dominated and won the Harvey Ostermiller Memorial at Big Sky Speedway, pocketing $12,012.
While the Lincoln, Nebraska driver has been victorious in 410 and 360 sprint cars along with midgets this season and picked up an ASCS National Tour victory earlier this summer, Bubak's win at Big Sky Speedway might have been sweetest one with the large paycheck and his name going on the permanent trophy that will be on display at Big Sky Speedway.
With his Friday main event and Saturday qualifying and heat race points combined, Bubak earned the pole position for the 25-lap feature. Bubak took the lead on the start from fellow front row starter Logan Forler, who won the last two Harvey Ostermiller Memorials. Bubak was never threatened for the lead most of the way, slicing his way through traffic and keeping his pursuers at bay.
On a late restart Forler attempted a slider in Turns 1 and 2 but was unable to get in front of Bubak and ended up losing two positions instead. Bubak drove off from there and won it aboard the Patrick Bourke No. 27b Don Ott-powered J&J.
Harrisburg, Oregon's Tyler Thompson, a first-time visitor to Big Sky Speedway this weekend, took advantage of Forler's missed slide job and got by both him and Fresno, California's Dominic Scelzi to move into the runner-up spot. Though unable to get to Bubak, Thompson still finished second aboard the Main Motorsports No. 35mx Ostrich-powered Maxim. Scelzi got on the podium, taking third aboard the Gary Scelzi No. 41 Kistler-powered Maxim.
Forler, who won Friday's preliminary feature, finished fourth in his attempt at the three-peat in the event. Another streak also ended as Forler had won the last seven times he raced at Big Sky Speedway.
South Australia's Scott Bogucki was originally slated to start ninth in the feature but went off the track to the pit area during parade laps and was forced to tag the back of the field for the start when he came back on, but Bogucki was able to charge back to finish fifth. Skylar Gee, Colton Heath, Joe Perry, Trever Kirkland and Harli White rounded out the Top 10.
Running the ASCS National Tour format for this special event, group qualifying was run instead of pill draw to determine heat race lineups. For the second night in a row, Tyler Thompson was quickest qualifier with a time of 12.752 seconds around the 3/8-mile clay oval.
Heat races were won by Perry, Dietz, Blayne Brink and White. Channin Tankersley won the B-Feature event.
Other large bonuses were up for grabs, as Perry earned a $2,000 check from Kirkness Roofing for being the highest finishing ASCS Frontier Region regular. Channin Tankersley and Jeremy McCune tied for the hard charger nod, and it was decided they would evenly split the $2,212 that came out of the grandstands at Big Sky Speedway.
This year's Harvey Ostermiller Memorial was the sixth edition, run in memory of the longtime driver and later car owner who passed away in 2016. Ostermiller also had a large hand in building Big Sky Speedway over 20 years ago. 30 different drivers from Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Colorado, California, Oregon, Washington and Alberta all converged on Big Sky Speedway for the prestigious event.
Next for the ASCS Frontier Region is the traditional three-night Montana Roundup at Electric City Speedway in Great Falls on Labor Day weekend; September 1st, 2nd and 3rd. Sunday's main event will pay $10,000 to win.
More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with the 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 26, 2023
UNOFFICIAL RESULTS
29 cars
Group qualifying overall fast time: 35mx Tyler Thompson, 12.752 seconds
Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. 28 Joe Perry, 2. 23 Seth Bergman, 3. 27b Jake Bubak, 4. 9k Kory Wermling, 5. 12h Channin Tankersley, 6. 21o Ryder Olson, 7. 3 Jordan Milne, 8. 82c Christian Kinnison.
Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. 72 Phil Dietz, 2. 2jr Kelly Miller, 3. 23n Skylar Gee, 4. 37 Trever Kirkland, 5. 10 Scott Bogucki, 6. 0J Jeremy McCune, 7. 9 Damon McCune.
Heat 3 (8 laps): 1. 21b Blayne Brink, 2. 01 Rich Bailey, 3. 33 Colton Heath, 4. 2m Abraham Hernandez, 5. 66 Fred Holz, 6. 12 Josh Ostermiller, DNS - 1m Willie Hernandez.
Heat 4 (8 laps): 1. 12hw Harli White, 2. 2L Logan Forler, 3. 41 Dominic Scelzi, 4. 35mx Tyler Thompson, 5. 24m Ian Myers, 6. 16g Austyn Gossel, 7. 35m Cody Masse.
B-Feature (12 laps): 1. 12h Channin Tankersley, 2. 9 Damon McCune, 3. 3 Jordan Milne, 4. 0J Jermey McCune, 5. 35m Cody Masse, 6. 21o Ryder Olson, 7. 2m Abraham Hernandez, 8. 82c Christian Kinnison, 9. 66 Fred Holz, 10. 12 Josh Ostermiller, 11. 24m Ian Myers, 12. 16g Austyn Gossel.
Harvey Ostermiller Memorial (25 laps): 1. 27b Jake Bubak, 2. 35mx Tyler Thompson, 3. 41 Dominic Scelzi, 4. 2L Logan Forler, 5. 10 Scott Bogucki, 6. 23n Skylar Gee, 7. 33 Colton Heath, 8. 28 Joe Perry, 9. 37 Trever Kirkland, 10. 12hw Harli White, 11. 12h Channin Tankersley, 12. 72 Phil Dietz, 13. 21b Blayne Brink, 14. 0J Jeremy McCune, 15. 9 Damon McCune, 16. 3 Jordan Milne, 17. 9k Kory Wermling, 18. 23 Seth Bergman, 19. 01 Rich Bailey, 20. 2jr Kelly Miller.
Lap leaders - Jake Bubak 1-25
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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events
September 1 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT (Montana Roundup - Night 1)
September 2 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT (Montana Roundup - Night 2)
September 3 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT (Montana Roundup - Night 3)
September 8 - Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT
September 9 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT
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Harvey Ostermiller Memorial
Winners
2017 - Travis Rilat
2018 - J.J. Hickle
2019 - Jordon Mallett
2020 - no race
2021 - Logan Forler
2022 - Logan Forler
2023 - Jake Bubak
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2023 ASCS Frontier Region winners
May 19 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 20 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 26 - Rained out at Electric City Speedway
May 27 - Rained out at Electric City Speedway
June 9 - Postponed at Gallatin Speedway
June 10 - Postponed at Big Sky Speedway
June 16 - Kelly Miller at Gallatin Speedway
June 17 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
July 7 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 8 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
August 4 - Rained out at Gallatin Speedway
August 25 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
August 26 - Jake Bubak at Big Sky Speedway

 

Victory For Jason Martin At The Salina Highbanks Speedway!

Bryan Hulbert – PRYOR, Okla. (August 26, 2023) Five different leaders over 25 laps at the Salina Highbanks Speedway Saturday night, and it was Jason Martin who led the one that counts with the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com at the Oklahoma oval.

A bit of a bounce back point-wise for Martin following a ninth-place finish Friday to Matt Covington's win; the two are now separated by 49-points.

"It's a long schedule. Right now, it's hot, and everyone's intensity is pretty high, but you just have to keep going as hard as you can every night. Last night, we didn't have the best of nights. Just didn't have some things go our way, but I woke up this morning to a new day."

Taking the green from fourth, Martin chased until Lap 19. Jeremy Campbell went to the point on the opening lap, with the second revolution going the way of Jordon Mallett. Holding through Lap 4, Chance Morton was able to charge to the point on Lap 5.

Using a restart to his advantage, Blake Hahn shot fourth to second in an instant, and began his pursuit of the No. 7m. Taking over on Lap 14, Hahn looked to be on his way to victory, but a rare mistake saw the No. 52 slide through the cushion in the third and fourth turns, resulting in Blake sliding off the backside of the fourth turn and into the grass. Keeping the car upright and rolling, Blake was able to continue.

Having worked to second a lap earlier, Jason Martin took over the point. Caution with two laps to run, Martin was able to keep pace for his eighth victory of the season with the National Tour, and 11th overall this year between ASCS and Nebraska 360s.

Chance Morton crossed second but, unfortunately, bypassed the scales and was disqualified. That moved Jordon Mallett to second, and Wayne Johnson to third. Matt Covington picked up three spots to fourth, with Jeremy Campbell ending up fifth.

Landon Britt, Kyler Johnson, Chistopher Townsend, Jeffrey Newell, and Blake Hahn completed the top ten.

The field Saturday consisted of 22 drivers with Blake Hahn topping The Driver’s Project Qualifying at 13.353-seconds. The first time the tour has qualified at the Salina Highbanks, Hahn’s time is the 360cid track record. AR Dyno Specialty Heat Race wins went to Jeremy Campbell, Wayne Johnson, and Jason Martin. Fighting a fueling issue that relegated him to last in the A-Feature lineup, Howard Moore picked up nine spots to earn the KSE Hard Charger.

The American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com is back in Oklahoma for Labor Day Weekend, the series will debut at Arrowhead Speedway on Colcord, Okla. on Friday, September 1 for $4,000 to win, then return to Longdale Speedway on Saturday, September 2 for $5,000 to win.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer. New subscribers can receive 25% off when they use promo code ASCS2023 at checkout.

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 (@ascsracing).

Race Results:

ASCS National | ASCS Sooner

Salina Highbanks Speedway (Pryor, Okla.)

Saturday, August 26, 2023

Car Count: 22

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn, 13.353[7]; 2. 95-Matt Covington, 13.528[6]; 3. 10-Landon Britt, 13.584[4]; 4. 10C-Jeremy Campbell, 13.629[5]; 5. 2-Whit Gastineau, 13.712[1]; 6. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 13.735[2]; 7. 26M-Fred Mattox, 13.919[3]; 8. 97-Kevin Cummings, NT

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 13.464[3]; 2. 6-Christopher Townsend, 13.745[6]; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett, 13.770[2]; 4. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 13.821[5]; 5. 50Z-Zach Chappell, 13.944[7]; 6. 1H-Hank Davis, 14.189[4]; 7. (DNS) 8M-Kade Morton, NT

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 7M-Chance Morton, 13.413[6]; 2. 36-Jason Martin, 13.515[2]; 3. 938-Bradley Fezard, 14.013[3]; 4. 12-Jeffrey Newell, 14.175[1]; 5. 90-Lance Norick, 14.475[5]; 6. 91-Michael Day, 14.648[7]; 7. (DNS) 3-Howard Moore, NT

AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races (All drivers advance to the A-Feature)

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[1]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 3. 10-Landon Britt[2]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[3]; 5. 2-Whit Gastineau[5]; 6. 55B-Brandon Anderson[6]; 7. 26M-Fred Mattox[7]; 8. 97-Kevin Cummings[8]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson[4]; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[2]; 3. 45X-Kyler Johnson[1]; 4. 6-Christopher Townsend[3]; 5. 50Z-Zach Chappell[5]; 6. 1H-Hank Davis[6]; 7. (DNS) 8M-Kade Morton

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin[3]; 2. 12-Jeffrey Newell[1]; 3. 7M-Chance Morton[4]; 4. 938-Bradley Fezard[2]; 5. 91-Michael Day[6]; 6. 90-Lance Norick[5]; 7. (DNS) 3-Howard Moore

A-Feature

RacinDirt A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin[4]; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[2]; 3. 2C-Wayne Johnson[6]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[7]; 5. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[1]; 6. 10-Landon Britt[9]; 7. 45X-Kyler Johnson[13]; 8. 6-Christopher Townsend[8]; 9. 12-Jeffrey Newell[10]; 10. 52-Blake Hahn[5]; 11. 938-Bradley Fezard[11]; 12. 55B-Brandon Anderson[16]; 13. 3-Howard Moore[22]; 14. 2-Whit Gastineau[14]; 15. 26M-Fred Mattox[19]; 16. 90-Lance Norick[18]; 17. 50Z-Zach Chappell[15]; 18. 91-Michael Day[12]; 19. 97-Kevin Cummings[20]; 20. 1H-Hank Davis[17]; 21. 8M-Kade Morton[21]; 22. (DQ) 7M-Chance Morton[3]

Morton was disqualified for bypassing the scales.

Lap Leader(s): Jeremy Campbell 1; Jordon Mallett 2-4; Chance Morton 5-13; Blake Hahn 14-18; Jason Martin 19-25

Hard Charger: Howard Moore +9

Quick Time: Blake Hahn - 13.353-seconds (Record)

High Point Driver: Wayne Johnson

Provisional(s): N/A

ASCS Online:

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

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

Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R

6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R

10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)

13 Elijah Gile (Phoenix, AZ) R

14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)

23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)

36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)

45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)

55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)

71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R

91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R

95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 8 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/17 – 81 Speedway; 7/7 – Dodge City Raceway Park; 7/22 – 81 Speedway; 8/26 – Salina Highbanks Speedway); Matt Covington – 3 (6/16 – Humboldt Speedway; 7/8 – Dodge City Raceway Park; 8/25 – Lakeside Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway); Jeffrey Newell – 1 (6/22 – Lawton Speedway); Alex Sewell – 1 (6/24 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 1 (6/30 – Boone County Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/1 – WaKeeney Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (8/3 – Knoxville Raceway); *Parker Price-Miller – 1 (8/4 – Knoxville Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/5 – Knoxville Raceway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 2,831; 2. Matt Covington 2,782; 3. Jordon Mallett 2,618; 4. Howard Moore 2,539; 5. Brandon Anderson 2,512; 6. Kyler Johnson 2,388; 7. Christopher Townsend 2,241; 8. Landon Britt 2,240; 9. Michael Day 1,934; 10. Seth Bergman 1,237;

 

 

Forler continues Big Sky mastery, takes Harvey Ostermiller opener
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

Logan Forler continued his dominance of Big Sky Speedway on Friday night, winning the preliminary feature in the Harvey Ostermiller Memorial and scoring his third ASCS Frontier Region sprint car victory of the season.

Forler, a former series champion who now runs part-time with the series as he travels around the country, has won the last seven times he has appeared at Big Sky Speedway. The Boise, Idaho driver started third before passing defending series champion Trever Kirkland for the lead as they reached the halfway point. Forler led the rest of the 25-lap feature from there aboard the Forler Racing No. 2L Fisher-powered Maxim.

Forler earned a $3,000 payday, the largest ever for a standalone ASCS Frontier Region event. He'll now go for his third straight Harvey Ostermiller Memorial victory, and the record $12,012 paycheck that goes with it, on Saturday night.

Kirkland finished second aboard his No. 37 Shark-powered Triple X, but not without making Forler work hard to pass him for the lead. Kirkland withstood a slide job attempt from Forler early on, and it was only when they in traffic on the 13th lap did Forler make the move for the lead. Kirkland is winless on the season, but has been competitive, leading in several races including Friday. The runner-up finish was the fourth on the season for him.

Lincoln, Nebraska's Jake Bubak run in the Top 5 throughout and finished third in the Patrick Bourke No. 27b Don Ott-powered J&J. South Australia's Scott Bogucki finished fourth and Fresno, California's Dominic Scelzi was fifth.

Harrisburg, Oregon's Tyler Thompson, one of a few drivers in the 30-car field making their first appearance at Big Sky Speedway, finished sixth ahead of ASCS Frontier Region points leader Kelly Miller of Lethbridge, Alberta. Seth Bergman, Colton Heath and Harli White rounded out the Top 10.

Utilizing the ASCS National Tour format for the event for the special event, group qualifying was held. Drivers drew for their heat races, but lineups were determined by their qualifying times. Thompson was the fastest driver overall, turning in a time of 13.658 seconds around the 3/8-mile clay oval.

Heat races earlier in the evening were won by Heath, Bergman, Bogucki and Bubak.

Saturday's Harvey Ostermiller Memorial finale will see Friday's main event points combined with Saturday's qualifying and heat race points to determine lineups for the $12,012-to-win main event. That winner's payday is believed to be the largest ever for a dirt sprint car race in Montana.

Wingless limited sprints, IMCA modifieds and INEX Legends are on the card with the ASCS Frontier Region sprint cars. Admission is $25 with seniors and military in for $15. Racing is scheduled for 7:00 at the track located north of Billings on U.S. Hwy 87. Those unable to attend but want to watch still can do so at www.speedmax.tv.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with the 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 preliminary night
Big Sky Speedway
Billings, MT
August 25, 2023

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

30 cars

Group qualifying overall fast time: 35mx Tyler Thompson, 13.658 seconds

Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. 33 Colton Heath, 2. 35mx Tyler Thompson, 3. 41 Dominic Scelzi, 4. 9k Kory Wermling, 5. 16g Austyn Gossel, 6. 21b Blayne Brink, 7. 66 Fred Holz, 8. 9m Sean MacDonnell

Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. 23 Seth Bergman, 2. 2L Logan Forler, 3. 12h Channin Tankersley, 4. 2jr Kelly Miller, 5. 21o Ryder Olson, 6. 9 Damon McCune, 7. 24m Ian Myers, DNS - 12 Josh Ostermiller.

Heat 3 (8 laps): 1. 10 Scott Bogucki, 2. 37 Trever Kirkland, 3. 01 Rich Bailey, 4. 23n Skylar Gee, 5. 3 Jordan Milne, 6. 1m Willie Hernandez, 7. 35m Cody Masse.

Heat 4 (8 laps): 1. 27b Jake Bubak, 2. 0J Jeremy McCune, 3. 72 Phil Dietz, 4. 12hw Harli White, 5. 28 Joe Perry, 6. 82c Christian Kinnison, 7. 2m Abraham Hernandez.

B-Feature (12 laps): 1. 21b Blayne Brink, 2. 16g Austyn Gossel, 3. 28 Joe Perry, 4. 24m Ian Myers, 5. 9 Damon McCune, 6. 21o Ryder Olson, 7. 35m Cody Masse, 8. 3 Jordan Milne, 9. 2m Abraham Hernandez, 10. 1m Willie Hernandez, 11. 66 Fred Holz, 12. 82c Christian Kinnison, DNS - 9m Sean MacDonnell, 12 Josh Ostermiller. First four finishers transferred to Feature.

Feature (25 laps): 1. 2L Logan Forler, 2. 37 Trever Kirkland, 3. 27b Jake Bubak, 4. 10 Scott Bogucki, 5. 41 Dominic Scelzi, 6. 35MX Tyler Thompson, 7. 2jr Kelly Miller, 8. 23 Seth Bergman, 9. 33 Colton Heath, 10. 12HW Harli White, 11. 9k Kory Wermling, 12. 12h Channin Tankersley, 13. 23n Skylar Gee, 14. 28 Joe Perry, 15. 72 Phil Dietz, 16. 0J Jeremy McCune, 17. 24m Ian Myers, 18. 21b Blayne Brink, 19. 16g Austyn Gossel, 20. 01 Rich Bailey.

Lap leaders - Trever Kirkland 1-12, Logan Forler 13-25

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events

August 26 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT (Harvey Ostermiller Memorial - Night 2)
September 1 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT (Montana Roundup - Night 1)
September 2 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT (Montana Roundup - Night 2)
September 3 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT (Montana Roundup - Night 3)

 

 

Covington Rebounds For $5,000 Score At Lakeside Speedway With The American Sprint Car Series!

Bryan Hulbert – KANSAS CITY, Kan. (August 25, 2023) A win that even Matt Covington did not expect so soon, as he is still recovering from injuries sustained during a crash on August 12 during the Knoxville Nationals, the No. 95 defied the odds and rocketed into Victory Lane Friday night with the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com at Lakeside Speedway.

“This honestly not what I was expecting tonight. I was just hoping I could be here at all, but really, right now, I feel pretty good. My back is sore, and my chest is a little more sore after that, but I couldn’t be happier,” said Covington, who gave props to his crew for stepping up and getting everything ready as he continues to recuperate. “I got Matthew Howard back out here and glad to get him back in Victory Lane, and Steven [Lane] for everything. Those two have worked their butts off."

Winning three times with the National Tour this season, all three have come at Kansas tracks, with his win at Lakeside the first time that Covington’s has topped the famed half-mile to bring his overall total to 19.

Taking the green from third, Covington battled pole sitter Wayne Johnson into the first two turns. Nearly wheel-to-wheel through the first five laps, Johnson rocketed off the low side of the second turn to take the point just as the top two completed the fifth revolution.

Keeping Covington at by for two more laps, the T&L Foundry/XXX Chassis No. 95 reclaimed the lead on Lap 8. Able to pull away in traffic, Matt’s advantage grew to 1.-978-seconds before red lights came on with five to go. Coming together in the fourth turn, Daryn Langford tangled up Kade Morton. Both drivers are okay.

Pulling away on the restart, Covington gapped the field by 2.177-seconds over the final five laps. Going for broke on the restart around the top of turns three and four. Ayrton Gennetten mounted a charge on Lap 23 for second, and his career fourth podium finish with the National Tour. Wayne Johnson ended up third for the 58th time. Rolling back to seventh on the start, Landon Britt clawed his way back to fourth, with Jordon Mallett in fifth.

Racing in and out of the top five, Brandon Anderson ended up sixth, with Chris Martin seventh. Up from 14th, Miles Paulus was the KSE Hard Charger, followed by Jason Martin in ninth. Jace Park completed the top ten.

The field Friday night consisted of 23 drivers, with Wayne fastest during Driver’s Project Qualifying at 14.783-seconds. AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races went to Ayrton Gennetten, Chris Martin, and Matt Covington.

The next event for the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com is Saturday, August 26, at the Salina Highbanks Speedway in Pryor, Okla. The event pays $4,000 to win, $400 to start, and pairs with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products.

Gates opens at 5:00 P.M. with Hot Laps at 6:30 P.M. and Racing at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for military and youth (6-12), and free for kids five and under. Pits are $40. Salina Highbanks Speedway is located at 30 minutes east of Claremore, Okla., on Hwy. 20. The track's physical address is 3164 OK-20. Pryor, OK 74361. For more information on the track, log onto http://www.salinahighbanksspeedway.com or call (918) 434-7223.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer. New subscribers can receive 25% off when they use promo code ASCS2023 at checkout.

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 (@ascsracing).

Race Results:

ASCS National

Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, Kan.)

Friday, August 25, 2023

Car Count: 23

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 14.783[6]; 2. 36-Jason Martin, 14.922[8]; 3. 19-Ayrton Gennetten, 15.114[3]; 4. 98P-Miles Paulus, 15.148[5]; 5. 8M-Kade Morton, 15.174[4]; 6. 1E-Ian Madsen, 15.403[1]; 7. 7C-Chris Morgan, 15.559[2]; 8. 3Z-Zach Davis, 15.850[7]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 10-Landon Britt, 15.079[8]; 2. 3-Howard Moore, 15.080[6]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 15.238[1]; 4. 44-Chris Martin, 15.281[5]; 5. 87J-Jace Park, 15.323[2]; 6. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 15.418[4]; 7. 2P-Chase Porter, 15.509[3]; 8. 111-Chad Frewaldt, 15.852[7]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 14-Jordon Mallett, 15.086[5]; 2. 95-Matt Covington, 15.215[3]; 3. 2-Whit Gastineau, 15.373[2]; 4. 6-Christopher Townsend, 15.464[4]; 5. 11X-Garet Williamson, 15.581[6]; 6. 91-Michael Day, 15.966[1]; 7. 32D-Daryn Langford, 16.526[7]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races (All drivers advance to the A-Feature)

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 19-Ayrton Gennetten[2]; 2. 2C-Wayne Johnson[4]; 3. 8M-Kade Morton[5]; 4. 98P-Miles Paulus[1]; 5. 36-Jason Martin[3]; 6. 1E-Ian Madsen[6]; 7. 7C-Chris Morgan[7]; 8. 3Z-Zach Davis[8]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 44-Chris Martin[1]; 2. 55B-Brandon Anderson[2]; 3. 10-Landon Britt[4]; 4. 3-Howard Moore[3]; 5. 87J-Jace Park[5]; 6. 45X-Kyler Johnson[6]; 7. 111-Chad Frewaldt[7]; 8. 2P-Chase Porter[8]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[3]; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[4]; 3. 2-Whit Gastineau[2]; 4. 11X-Garet Williamson[5]; 5. 6-Christopher Townsend[1]; 6. 91-Michael Day[6]; 7. 32D-Daryn Langford[7]

A-Feature

RacinDirt A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[3]; 2. 19-Ayrton Gennetten[5]; 3. 2C-Wayne Johnson[1]; 4. 10-Landon Britt[4]; 5. 14-Jordon Mallett[2]; 6. 55B-Brandon Anderson[6]; 7. 44-Chris Martin[7]; 8. 98P-Miles Paulus[14]; 9. 36-Jason Martin[12]; 10. 87J-Jace Park[13]; 11. 45X-Kyler Johnson[16]; 12. 1E-Ian Madsen[15]; 13. 7C-Chris Morgan[18]; 14. 6-Christopher Townsend[20]; 15. 91-Michael Day[17]; 16. 8M-Kade Morton[8]; 17. 32D-Daryn Langford[19]; 18. 3-Howard Moore[9]; 19. 2-Whit Gastineau[10]; 20. 111-Chad Frewaldt[22]; 21. 2P-Chase Porter[21]; 22. 11X-Garet Williamson[11]; 23. 3Z-Zach Davis[23]

Lap Leader(s): Matt Covington 1-4; 8-25; Wayne Johnson 5-7

Hard Charger: Miles Paulus +6

Quick Time: Wayne Johnson - 14.783-seconds

High Point Driver: Wayne Johnson

Provisional(s): N/A

ASCS Online:

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

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

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

Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R

6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R

10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)

13 Elijah Gile (Phoenix, AZ) R

14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)

23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)

36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)

45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)

55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)

71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R

91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R

95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 7 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/17 – 81 Speedway; 7/7 – Dodge City Raceway Park; 7/22 – 81 Speedway); Matt Covington – 3 (6/16 – Humboldt Speedway; 7/8 – Dodge City Raceway Park; 8/25 – Lakeside Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway); Jeffrey Newell – 1 (6/22 – Lawton Speedway); Alex Sewell – 1 (6/24 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 1 (6/30 – Boone County Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/1 – WaKeeney Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (8/3 – Knoxville Raceway); *Parker Price-Miller – 1 (8/4 – Knoxville Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/5 – Knoxville Raceway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 2,681; 2. Matt Covington 2,652; 3. Jordon Mallett 2,476; 4. Howard Moore 2,435; 5. Brandon Anderson 2,406; 6. Kyler Johnson 2,269; 7. Christopher Townsend 2,125; 8. Landon Britt 2,118; 9. Michael Day 1,840; 10. Seth Bergman 1,237;

 

 

Entries continue to roll in for $12,012 Harvey Ostermiller Memorial
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

BILLINGS, Mont. - As the $12,012-to-win Harvey Ostermiller Memorial at Big Sky Speedway approaches for the ASCS Frontier Region sprint car series, entries continue to be confirmed for one of the largest sprint car events ever in the state of Montana.
Though they made their intentions clear to ASCS Frontier Region personnel in July, entries were officially confirmed by Big Sky Speedway in the last couple of days for a pair of Washington State heavyweights.
Marysville, Washington's Colton Heath has thrown his hat in the ring. The multi-time Skagit Speedway champion has three wins to his credit this season. In May he won the prestigious Marvin Smith Memorial Grove Classic at Cottage Grove Speedway in Oregon. In the last month he has won twice at his home track Skagit Speedway, including the preliminary night of the Summer Nationals. Heath will look to add a Harvey Ostermiller victory to his resume this weekend.
>From Snohomish, Washington and now living in Oklahoma, Seth Bergman will be a making a return visit to Big Sky Speedway, which he had visited several times in the past with the ASCS National Tour. He's also won at the Billings, Montana facility, taking a pair of ASCS Frontier Region victories in July 2020. Bergman has five wins this year, including ASCS National Tour and ASCS Sooner Region victories in Oklahoma. He's also won in his home state of Washington, taking a victory each at Grays Harbor Raceway and Skagit Speedway.
Lindsay, Oklahoma's Harli White, the only female racer to ever win an ASCS National Tour event, was also confirmed as an entry. White is another driver with past Big Sky Speedway experience, having also visited with the ASCS National Tour. White has one sprint car victory in 2023, coming at Waynesfield Motorsports Park in Ohio.
Jake Bubak of Lincoln, Nebraska could be seen as one of the contenders, having won in both 360 and 410 sprint cars as well as midgets this year. He won an ASCS National Tour race earlier this season in Kansas, and has other sprint car victories in Colorado, Missouri and South Dakota. Bubak also won twice with the Rocky Mountain Midget Racing Association this year.
Windsor, Colorado's Austyn Gossel, a previous Big Sky Speedway visitor, is also coming for the Harvey Ostermiller Memorial. Gossel has won twice this year, including recently picking up an ASCS regional win at El Paso County Raceway in Colorado. In May he earned an ASCS Northern Plains win at Casper Speedway in Wyoming.
Harrisburg, Oregon's Tyler Thompson, a former Cottage Grove Speedway track champion, has announced that he too is coming to Montana to race. Thompson has numerous victories to his credit in both 360 and limited sprint cars in his home state, while also getting more experience racing 410 sprint cars in the last couple of years.
2016 ASCS Frontier Region champion Skylar Gee, who has been racing in the eastern part of the country the last few years, will return to Big Sky Speedway to race the No. 23n for the Peterson Family, who have returned after a hiatus of a few years. Gee, from Alberta, is a former main event winner at Big Sky Speedway also, and since also scored an All-Star Circuit of Champions victory out east.
Those drivers and more will be joining the already announced entries this Friday and Saturday, including California's Dominic Scelzi, North Dakota's Ryder Olson and Texan-turned-Montana resident Christian Kennison. Two-time and defending Harvey Ostermiller Memorial winner Logan Forler of Boise, Idaho is expected to attend and go for the three-peat. The usual ASCS Frontier bunch are expected, including points leader Kelly Miller of Alberta. Former ASCS Frontier Region champions including Phil Dietz, Jeremy McCune and reigning champion Trever Kirkland will also be on hand.
$3,000 is on the line to win Friday's event, before Saturday's finale pays $12,012 to win and $512 to start. The largest winner's payday previously in ASCS Frontier Region action, outside of those part of ASCS National Tour races, was a $2,500 check at Sheridan Speedway in Wyoming in 2021. This weekend the series will race for a record payday two nights in a row.
Joining the ASCS Frontier Region 360 sprint cars both days will be wingless limited sprint cars, IMCA modifieds and INEX Legends. Admission each night is $25, and $15 for seniors.
Those unable to attend but want to watch still can do so at www.speedmax.tv.
More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with the 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 25 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT (Harvey Ostermiller Memorial - Night 1)
August 26 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT (Harvey Ostermiller Memorial - Night 2)
September 1 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT (Montana Roundup - Night 1)
September 2 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT (Montana Roundup - Night 2)
September 3 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT (Montana Roundup - Night 3)
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Harvey Ostermiller Memorial
Past Winners
2017 - Travis Rilat
2018 - J.J. Hickle
2019 - Jordon Mallett
2020 - no race
2021 - Logan Forler
2022 - Logan Forler
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2023 ASCS Frontier Region winners
May 19 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 20 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 26 - Rained out at Electric City Speedway
May 27 - Rained out at Electric City Speedway
June 9 - Postponed at Gallatin Speedway
June 10 - Postponed at Big Sky Speedway
June 16 - Kelly Miller at Gallatin Speedway
June 17 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
July 7 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 8 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
August 4 - Rained out at Gallatin Speedway
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ASCS Frontier Region
Top 5 points
1. Kelly Miller, 857
2. Trever Kirkland, 793
3. Phil Dietz, 768
4. Kory Wermling, 762
5. Joe Perry, 738

 

ASCS Sooner At Creek County Before National Showdown At Salina Highbanks

Bryan Hulbert - SAPULPA, Okla. (August 22, 2023) Two tracks, where the only thing they have in common is the direction of travel, that's what awaits the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley's Racing Products this weekend with Creek County Speedway on Friday, August 25, and Salina Highbanks Speedway on Saturday, August 26.

The season's second appearance, the quarter-mile, Creek County, the last visit on July 21 was the site of Sean McClelland's 22nd career ASCS Sooner Region score. Just like the July date, this Friday, August 25 is being promoted by ASCS Owner, Terry Mattox. The ASCS event is $2,000 to win, $300 to start.

Friday's event at Creek County Speedway, opens at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $ for adults, $5 for youth (11-14), and free for kids 10 and under. Pits are $35. Champ/305 Sprint Cars, $500 to win Mini Stocks, and Dwarf Cars are also on the card.

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) 417-0624, or follow on Twitter (@CreekSpeedway), and https://www.facebook.com/CreekCountySpeedway.

Taking on the National Tour of the American Sprint Car Series, Saturday, August 26, at the 22-degree banked, three-eights-mile, Salina Highbanks will feature at $4,000 to win, $400 to start A-Feature.

Saturday, August 26, at the Salina Highbanks Speedway, opens at 5:00 P.M. with Hot Laps at 6:30 P.M. and Racing at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for military and youth (6-12), and free for kids five and under. Pits are $40. Salina Highbanks Speedway is located 30 minutes east of Claremore, Okla., on Hwy. 20. The track's physical address is 3164 OK-20. Pryor, OK 74361. For more information on the track, log onto http://www.salinahighbanksspeedway.com or call (918) 434-7223.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer. New subscribers can receive 25% off when they use promo code ASCS2023 at checkout.

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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

$12,012 Harvey Ostermiller Memorial next for ASCS Frontier
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

BILLINGS, Mont. - Perhaps the largest sprint car race ever in the state of Montana awaits the ASCS Frontier Region sprint car tour this Friday and Saturday at Big Sky Speedway, as the finale is scheduled to pay $12,012 to win the Harvey Ostermiller Memorial.

The event honors one of the pioneers of Montana sprint car racing, the longtime driver and later car owner who passed away in 2016 but left his mark on Montana sprint car racing. The first Harvey Ostermiller Memorial was run in 2017 and has since grown in popularity and become one of the most prestigious sprint car races in the region. The big news of the off-season for the ASCS Frontier Region and Montana in general was the massive increase in the purse, including bumping up the winner's payday to $12,012, which is believed to be the largest ever for a dirt sprint car race in Montana.

That increased purse, along with the growing prestige of the event, has drawn attention from around the rest of the country, as drivers from states such as Texas, North Dakota, Washington and California have indicated their plans to travel to the Billings track to race and add their name to the list of Harvey Ostermiller Memorial winners.

Perhaps the most notable confirmed entry right now is Fresno, California's Dominic Scelzi, who has been one of the hottest drivers on the West Coast in 360 sprint car action. Scelzi recently went on a tear late in July, winning four races in five nights on the Western Sprint Tour's Speedweek North, winning at Sunset Speedway and then twice at Cottage Grove Speedway in Oregon before winning $13,500 at the Summer Nationals at Skagit Speedway in Washington. And just on Saturday, Scelzi won the Johnny Key Classic at Ocean Speedway in California for the second straight year in Sprint Car Challenge Tour competition, further gaining momentum heading into his visit to Montana. Scelzi is no stranger to Big Sky Speedway either, having raced there in the past with the World of Outlaws. This weekend, Scelzi looks to score his second five-figure payday in about a month.

Christian Kennison, from Texas but now living in Billings, and North Dakota's Ryder Olson are also among the early entries confirmed for the event this weekend. With them and many others coming, Big Sky Speedway is anticipating its largest field of 360 sprint cars in several years.

Also expected to show is Logan Forler, who has won the Harvey Ostermiller Memorial the last two years, including the 2021 event on his way to the ASCS Frontier Region championship that season. While only racing occasionally in Montana since winning that championship, Forler has won each of his last six appearances at Big Sky Speedway, including going 4-for-4 in his 2022 visits and also winning twice in July in the most recent events completed in ASCS Frontier Region action. With the anticipated large field of cars coming, it will be a challenge for Forler to score a three-peat in this event.

The usual competitors in the ASCS Frontier Region will of course be in action also, including points leader Kelly Miller of Lethbridge, Alberta. Miller dominated the season early as he won the first four races and holds a 64-point advantage over defending series champion Trever Kirkland of Helena, Montana going into this weekend's races. Kirkland, while winless so far this season, has still been very competitive, earning four podium finishes in the six ASCS Frontier Region races completed so far, including three runner-up finishes. Both drivers, who had raced against cars fielded by Ostermiller for years before his passing, would love nothing more than to add a Harvey Ostermiller Memorial victory to their resume.

Five-time Montana sprint car champion Phil Dietz will be in action at his home track, and he is fresh off a win in ASCS Northern Plains action on Saturday at Gillette Thunder Speedway in Wyoming, also having won there three weeks earlier. Dietz finished second to Forler in the 2022 Harvey Ostermiller Memorial.

Of note, Dietz can be credited as the individual who planted the seed for the increased purse, as he suggested on the microphone during his front stretch interview after last year's race that the Harvey Ostermiller Memorial be $12,000 to win, as a nod to Harvey's car number he ran as a driver and an owner.

$3,000 is on the line to win Friday's event, before Saturday's finale pay $12,012 to win and $512 to start. The largest winner's payday previously in ASCS Frontier Region action, outside of those part of ASCS National Tour races, was a $2,500 check at Sheridan Speedway in Wyoming in 2021. This weekend the series will race for a record payday two nights in a row.

Joining the ASCS Frontier Region 360 sprint cars both days will be wingless limited sprint cars, IMCA modifieds and INEX Legends. Admission each night is $25, and $15 for seniors.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with the 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 25 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT (Harvey Ostermiller Memorial - Night 1)
August 26 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT (Harvey Ostermiller Memorial - Night 2)
September 1 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT (Montana Roundup - Night 1)
September 2 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT (Montana Roundup - Night 2)
September 3 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT (Montana Roundup - Night 3)

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Harvey Ostermiller Memorial
Past Winners

2017 - Travis Rilat
2018 - J.J. Hickle
2019 - Jordon Mallett
2020 - no race
2021 - Logan Forler
2022 - Logan Forler

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2023 ASCS Frontier Region winners

May 19 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 20 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 26 - Rained out at Electric City Speedway
May 27 - Rained out at Electric City Speedway
June 9 - Postponed at Gallatin Speedway
June 10 - Postponed at Big Sky Speedway
June 16 - Kelly Miller at Gallatin Speedway
June 17 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
July 7 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 8 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
August 4 - Rained out at Gallatin Speedway

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ASCS Frontier Region
Top 5 points

1. Kelly Miller, 857
2. Trever Kirkland, 793
3. Phil Dietz, 768
4. Kory Wermling, 762
5. Joe Perry, 738

 

 

$5,000 and $4,000 Paydays Up For Grabs With The American Sprint Car Series This Weekend!

Bryan Hulbert – KANSAS CITY, Kan. (August 21, 2023) Round two this season at Lakeside Speedway Friday, followed by the long-awaited return to the Salina Highbanks Speedway on Saturday, a high-speed weekend is on tap this weekend for the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com.

Added money at Lakeside Speedway on Friday, August 25; the event is part of the ASCS Summer Super Series, paying out $5,000 to win, $500 to start.

Making things even sweeter, AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races will pay $100 to win, plus an extra $250 to the overall quick qualifier and $250 to the KSE Hard Charger in the A-Feature. Taking on the four-tenths-mile oval on May 26, Iowa’s Carson McCarl wheeled the Country Builders No. 88 to the lead on Lap 16 after starting fifth and never looked back.

Friday, August 25, at Lakeside Speedway, opens at 6:00 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 seniors and military, $10 for youth (12-15), and free for kids 12 and under. Pits are $40. The event is being promoted by Terry Mattox. Lakeside Speedway is located at 5615 Wolcott Dr. in Kansas City, Kan. For more information, contact him at (918) 417-0624 or email terry@ascsracing.com.

Saturday, August 26, at the Salina Highbanks will feature at $4,000 to win, $400 to start A-Feature. Twelve times on the 22-degree banked turns since 1998, the last time the series rolled into town was on June 6, 2015, with Blake Hahn going to Victory Lane for the first time against the ASCS National Tour. The event is paired with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products. The regional tour is at Creek County Speedway on Friday night.

Saturday, August 26, at the Salina Highbanks Speedway, opens at 5:00 P.M. with Hot Laps at 6:30 P.M. and Racing at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for military and youth (6-12), and free for kids five and under. Pits are $40. Salina Highbanks Speedway is located at 30 minutes east of Claremore, Okla., on Hwy. 20. The track's physical address is 3164 OK-20. Pryor, OK 74361. For more information on the track, log onto http://www.salinahighbanksspeedway.com or call (918) 434-7223.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer. New subscribers can receive 25% off when they use promo code ASCS2023 at checkout.

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 (@ascsracing).

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/americansprintcarseries Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ascsracing [@ascsracing] Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R 6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R 10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN) 13 Elijah Gile (Phoenix, AZ) R 14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR) 23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA) 36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS) 45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS) 55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK) 71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R 91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R 95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 7 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/17 – 81 Speedway; 7/7 – Dodge City Raceway Park; 7/22 – 81 Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Matt Covington – 2 (6/16 – Humboldt Speedway; 7/8 – Dodge City Raceway Park); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway); Jeffrey Newell – 1 (6/22 – Lawton Speedway); Alex Sewell – 1 (6/24 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 1 (6/30 – Boone County Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/1 – WaKeeney Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (8/3 – Knoxville Raceway); *Parker Price-Miller – 1 (8/4 – Knoxville Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/5 – Knoxville Raceway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 2,568; 2. Matt Covington 2,502; 3. Jordon Mallett 2,351; 4. Howard Moore 2,341; 5. Brandon Anderson 2,284; 6. Kyler Johnson 2,161; 7. Christopher Townsend 2,023; 8. Landon Britt 1,988; 9. Michael Day 1,740; 10. Seth Bergman 1,237;

Support of the American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by RacinDirt.com, AR Dyno Specialty, BMRS, The Driver’s Project, Schoenfeld, Brodix, Kinsler Fuel Injection, Smiley’s Racing Products, Impact Signs, Hoosier Tire, RacinDirt.com, and MyRacePass.com.

 

 

Elite Outlaw Lineup Of Events Updated Due To Scheduling Conflict

DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (August 14, 2023) The 2023 lineup of events for the ASCS Elite Outlaw Sprint Series has been updated with events on Saturday, August 26, at Abilene Speedway canceled due to a scheduling conflict with ASCS Elite Series owner Nathan Moore.

“Before any rumors or bad information gets stirred up, this is my fault. I flat misread the calendar when I booked the show that I personally had a conflicting event that weekend. I’ve always had a great relationship with everyone at Abilene Speedway, and I look forward to getting back there in 2024,” explained series owner, Nathan Moore.

An event has been added at Texarkana 67 Speedway on Saturday, September 9, that will coincide with the Elite Non-Wing matchup with the USAC AMSOIL Sprint Car National Championship. The updated schedule is posted at ascsracing.com/schedules/2023?id=22309.

The ASCS Elite Wing and Non-Wing Series is owned and operated by Nathan Moore and operates under the sanction of the American Sprint Car Series. Rules for both tours can be found at http://www.ascsracing.com.

Nathan can be reached at (903) 780-9934 or by email at elitenonwingsprints@gmail.com.

 

 

Brian Brown Wins the 33rd Xtreme Powered by Mediacom 360 Knoxville Nationals by Inches!

Bryan Hulbert – KNOXVILLE, Iowa (August 5, 2023) “Shit, I just wanted to win. That’s for you, Jason Johnson,” echoed through the valley Saturday night as Brian Brown stood atop the podium after the closest margin of victory in the history of the Xtreme Powered by Mediacom 360 Knoxville Nationals presented by Great Southern Bank, Brian Brown.

Edging Aaron Reutzel by 0.020-seconds for the $20,500 payday, the win is Brown’s second 360 Nationals triumph, 19th at the Knoxville Raceway, and 21st against the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com.

“I seen Tyler Swank down here telling him [Aaron Reutzel] kind of what to do and that kind of helped my gameplan a little bit because I did really know what he was going to do. He’s such a smart racecar driver, and I knew he was trying to slide himself down here, so I knew my best chance was to hit the bottom coming to the white, and I hit it pretty good, and I was thinking he was going to the top, then he went to the middle, and I’m like man; Christmas came early. I’m worn out from the cheering, not the racing,” Explained Brown when asked about the restart.

Chasing Aaron Reutzel the entire race, it came down to a green, white, checkered dash to the finish after Garet Williamson and Kaleb Johnson, who were racing for fifth, flipped as the leaders worked into what they thought were going to be the final two turns.

Sliding himself on the restart as Brown glued his right rear to the cushion, Brian peeled to the bottom through the third and fourth turns as the pair raced to the white flag once more.

Brown again hustled the high side as Aaron slid across the cushion in turns one and two.

With a slight bounce off the curb, Aaron turned low, exposing a clear shot off the top, exiting the second turn. Wheel to wheel into turn three, Aaron drifted across the nose of Brown. Turning under Aaron working into the fourth turn, Aaron went down to block on exit, but it was not enough to keep Brian Brown at bay.

On that final run, Brown said, “We came off turn two, and I got such a good run and almost cleared him down the backstretch, and I was like, gosh darn it, I showed him, and I thought I was in trouble when he slid me, but I got it turned, and I was either going to come back on the trailer or holding this trophy.”

Sixth coming to the final dash to the finish, California’s Rico Abreu shot to third to earn the KSE Hard Charger, having advanced 24th to the show position and was trailing the race for the lead by 0.341-seconds at the line. Rico also earned the 2023 Jetco, Inc. 360 Knoxville Nationals Rookie of the Year title.

Parker Price-Miller crossed fourth, with Ryan Timms fifth. Zeb Wise moved up two spots to sixth, followed by Chase Randall, who advanced 10 positions to seventh. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. went 15th to eighth, with Terry McCarl and Kerry Madsen making up the top ten.

Zeb Wise was awarded the Team DGRD Best Appearing Car Award.

Special thanks to the Knoxville Raceway staff, all the teams who participated in this year’s event, and the fans who help make all this possible. We look forward to the 2024 event.

The next event for the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com is the next round in the ASCS Super Summer Series at Lakeside Speedway on Friday, August 25, paying $5,000 to win, $500 to start, then Saturday, August 26, at Salina Highbanks Speedway at $4,000 to win, $400 to start.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

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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 (@ascsracing).

Race Results:

ASCS National

Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, Iowa)

Friday, August 4, 2023

Car Count: 91

Event Count: 105

E-Feature (Top 8 advance to the D-Feature)

E Feature (8 Laps): 1. 75AU-Tyler Blank[2]; 2. 45X-Kyler Johnson[4]; 3. 11M-Brendan Mullen[6]; 4. G5-Gage Pulkrabek[8]; 5. 22W-Aaron Werner[11]; 6. 87X-Shone Evans[5]; 7. 33-Alan Zoutte[1]; 8. 4H-Cody Hansen[16]; 9. 105-Cody Ihlen[9]; 10. T4-Tyler Graves[14]; 11. 4C-Tuesday Calderwood[7]; 12. 17N-Ben Woods[15]; 13. 14-Aidan Zoutte[13]; 14. 5D-Grae Anderson[17]; 15. 83-Austin Miller[3]; 16. B29-JJ Beaver[10]; 17. (DNS) 938-Bradley Fezard

Hoss Media D-Feature (Top 8 advance to the C-Feature)

D Feature (10 Laps): 1. 70-Calvin Landis[1]; 2. 8H-Jacob Hughes[2]; 3. 18-Ryan Roberts[7]; 4. 7M-Chance Morton[3]; 5. 27B-Jake Bubak[6]; 6. 75X-JT Imperial[4]; 7. 98P-Miles Paulus[5]; 8. 4J-Kevin Thomas Jr[9]; 9. 01-Sammy Swindell[10]; 10. 87J-Jace Park[8]; 11. 35H-Zach Hampton[13]; 12. 2JR-Kelly Miller[12]; 13. 11X-Ayrton Gennetten[11]; 14. 11M-Brendan Mullen[19]; 15. 35L-Cody Ledger[14]; 16. 77X-Alex Hill[15]; 17. 9M-Liam Martin[16]; 18. 45X-Kyler Johnson[18]; 19. 4H-Cody Hansen[24]; 20. 87X-Shone Evans[22]; 21. 22W-Aaron Werner[21]; 22. G5-Gage Pulkrabek[20]; 23. 33-Alan Zoutte[23]; 24. 75AU-Tyler Blank[17]

Hoosier Tire C-Feature (Top 5 advance to the B-Feature)

C Feature (12 Laps): 1. 83H-Justin Henderson[1]; 2. 44-Chris Martin[2]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn[15]; 4. 11N-Harli White[5]; 5. 50YR-JJ Hickle[10]; 6. 99-Tony Rost[8]; 7. 1E-Ian Madsen[14]; 8. 18-Ryan Roberts[22]; 9. 5M-Collin Moyle[6]; 10. 27B-Jake Bubak[24]; 11. 86-Timothy Smith[11]; 12. 24T-Christopher Thram[13]; 13. 41-Colton Hardy[12]; 14. 6-Dustin Selvage[19]; 15. 8H-Jacob Hughes[21]; 16. 7M-Chance Morton[23]; 17. 70-Calvin Landis[20]; 18. 15-Ryan Turner[16]; 19. 83JR-Sam Henderson[17]; 20. 6A-Alex Vande Voort[7]; 21. 17-Tyler Groenendyk[4]; 22. 42-Sye Lynch[9]; 23. 53-Joe Beaver[18]; 24. (DNS) 83T-Tanner Carrick

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

B Feature (18 Laps): 1. 7BC-Anthony Macri[2]; 2. 88-Austin McCarl[4]; 3. 39M-Justin Sanders[1]; 4. 24R-Rico Abreu[7]; 5. 9T-Kasey Kahne[12]; 6. 21H-Brady Bacon[3]; 7. 3P-Sawyer Phillips[6]; 8. 20-Justin Peck[10]; 9. 2-Lynton Jeffrey[8]; 10. 17W-Shane Golobic[16]; 11. 22-Ryan Leavitt[5]; 12. 1-Brenham Crouch[11]; 13. 50YR-JJ Hickle[24]; 14. 52-Blake Hahn[22]; 15. 35-Skylar Prochaska[17]; 16. 83H-Justin Henderson[20]; 17. 14T-Brooke Tatnell[18]; 18. 44-Chris Martin[21]; 19. 8M-Kade Morton[13]; 20. 11N-Harli White[23]; 21. 4-Cameron Martin[15]; 22. 27-Carson McCarl[19]; 23. 24H-Kade Higday[9]; 24. 7TAZ-Tasker Phillips[14]

A-Feature

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 21-Brian Brown[2]; 2. 8-Aaron Reutzel[1]; 3. 24R-Rico Abreu[24]; 4. 9P-Parker Price Miller[3]; 5. 5T-Ryan Timms[6]; 6. 26-Zeb Wise[8]; 7. 9-Chase Randall[17]; 8. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[15]; 9. 24-Terry McCarl[9]; 10. 55-Kerry Madsen[12]; 11. 1K-Kelby Watt[5]; 12. 5-Daryn Pittman[19]; 13. 7BC-Anthony Macri[21]; 14. 2M-Davey Heskin[18]; 15. 4W-Jamie Ball[13]; 16. 9G-Ryan Giles[20]; 17. 16A-Colby Copeland[16]; 18. 22K-Kaleb Johnson[7]; 19. 24W-Garet Williamson[4]; 20. 18T-Tanner Holmes[10]; 21. 39M-Justin Sanders[23]; 22. 36-Jason Martin[11]; 23. 88-Austin McCarl[22]; 24. 2C-Wayne Johnson[14]

Lap Leader(s): Aaron Reutzel 1-29; Brian Brown 30

Hard Charger: Rico Abreu +21

Quick Time: N/A

High Point Driver: N/A

Provisional(s): N/A

ASCS Online:

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

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

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

Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R

6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R

10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)

13 Elijah Gile (Phoenix, AZ) R

14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)

23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)

36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)

45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)

55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)

71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R

91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R

95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 7 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/17 – 81 Speedway; 7/7 – Dodge City Raceway Park; 7/22 – 81 Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Matt Covington – 2 (6/16 – Humboldt Speedway; 7/8 – Dodge City Raceway Park); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway); Jeffrey Newell – 1 (6/22 – Lawton Speedway); Alex Sewell – 1 (6/24 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 1 (6/30 – Boone County Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/1 – WaKeeney Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (8/3 – Knoxville Raceway); *Parker Price-Miller – 1 (8/4 – Knoxville Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/5 – Knoxville Raceway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 2,568; 2. Matt Covington 2,502; 3. Jordon Mallett 2,351; 4. Howard Moore 2,341; 5. Brandon Anderson 2,284; 6. Kyler Johnson 2,161; 7. Christopher Townsend 2,023; 8. Landon Britt 1,988; 9. Michael Day 1,840; 10. Seth Bergman 1,237;

Support of the American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by RacinDirt.com, AR Dyno Specialty, BMRS, The Driver’s Project, Schoenfeld, Brodix, Kinsler Fuel Injection, Smiley’s Racing Products, Impact Signs, Hoosier Tire, RacinDirt.com, and MyRacePass.com.

 

Poor weather forces Gallatin cancelation for ASCS Frontier
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

BELGRADE, Mont. - Persistent strong rain showers forced Gallatin Speedway officials to pull the plug on Friday night's Summer Clash at Belgrade for the ASCS Frontier Region sprint car tour. It is the fifth time the series has suffered a rainout in 2023.

The series is next scheduled to visit Gallatin Speedway on September 8th for the Friday portion of the track's annual Big Sky Supernationals.

Next for the series is the annual Harvey Ostermiller Memorial, August 25th and 26th at Big Sky Speedway outside Billings. The event, honoring the late Montana sprint car pioneer, first pays $3,000 to win Friday's feature before Saturday's finale pays $12,012 to win and $512 just to start. The $12,012 winner's prize is believed to be the highest paying sprint car race ever in Montana. The event is expected to draw cars from around the region and teams from all three West Coast states have also expressed interest in traveling to Big Sky Speedway to compete for one of the highest 360 sprint car paydays in the country. Logan Forler of Boise, Idaho has won the event the last two years.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with the 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 25 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT (Harvey Ostermiller Memorial - Night 1)
August 26 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT (Harvey Ostermiller Memorial - Night 2)
September 1 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT (Montana Roundup - Night 1)
September 2 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT (Montana Roundup - Night 2)
September 3 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT (Montana Roundup - Night 3)

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2023 ASCS Frontier Region winners
May 19 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 20 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 26 - Rained out at Electric City Speedway
May 27 - Rained out at Electric City Speedway
June 9 - Postponed at Gallatin Speedway
June 10 - Postponed at Big Sky Speedway
June 16 - Kelly Miller at Gallatin Speedway
June 17 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
July 7 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 8 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
August 4 - Rained out at Gallatin Speedway

 

 

Parker Price-Miller Holds On For First 360 Win At Knoxville On Night 2 Of The Xtreme Powered by Mediacom 360 Knoxville Nationals!

Bryan Hulbert – KNOXVILLE, Iowa (August 4, 2023) Fending off the repeated attacks from Brian Brown Friday night during Night 2 of the Xtreme Powered by Mediacom 360 Knoxville Nationals presented by Great Southern Bank, Indiana’s Parker Price-Miller captured his first career victory with the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com, as well as his first 360 triumph at the Knoxville Raceway.

The 169th driver to top an ASCS National Tour event, Parker Price-Miller is the first to do so from Kokomo and fifth from the state of Indiana, joining Clauson, Saldana, Kinser, and Stewart on the list of Hoosier winners.

Nearly short of breath in Victory Lane, Parker said, “If anyone gets the award for restarts at Knoxville, it’s definitely the No. 21 car. With him [Brian Brown] breathing down your throat, you can’t let up. I had the wing too far back at the beginning, and I started burying myself in the curb and getting tight. I tried my best to get the wing back forward, which is hard to do under green. I can’t thank my guys enough.”

Getting things in just before the rain picked up, Miller led all but one lap, with Brown able to edge ahead of the ChalkStix No. 9p on Lap 3. Squeezing nearly four wide on the start to get ahead from the fifth starting spot, Brown ran inches off the wall to sneak away second from Terry McCarl on the opening revolution.

Going slide for slide quickly for the lead and using restarts to his advantage, the Casey’s General Store/FVP No. 21 worked top and bottom on Parker for the point, with the Kokomo shoe able to answer Brown’s attempts.

Keeping pace with Parker through the feature with the two hunting for an advantage, Brown closed rapidly in traffic. Just off Parker’s back bumper as they crossed on Lap 16, Brown threw the slide only to have it answered again by PPM.

One final run coming to the white flag, the No. 21 shot sidewise off the exit of the fourth turn, allowing Parker to pull away by 1.074-seconds at the checkered flag.

Brian Brown saved the car and held on for second by a slim 0.268-seconds over Zeb Wise. Fourth went to Terry McCarl, with Garet Williamson crossing fifth. Up eight spots for the KSE Hard Charger, Davey Heskin was sixth, followed by Ryan Giles, Anthony Macri, Daryn Pittman, and Kasey Kahne to complete the top ten.

Another 54 drivers drew in Friday night to bring the total to 104 officially drawn in for the 33rd annual Xtreme Powered by Mediacom 360 Knoxville Nationals presented by Great Southern Bank out of 109 entered.

The Driver’s Project qualifying was topped by Justin Sanders at 16.649-seconds. AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races were won by Davey Heskin, Brooke Tatnell, Parker Price-Miller, Zeb Wise, and Shane Golobic. The Hoosier Tire C-Feature went to Alex Hill, while Justin Sanders atop the BMRS B-Feature.

The 33rd annual Xtreme Powered by Mediacom 360 Knoxville Nationals presented by Great Southern Bank concludes on Saturday, August 5. For more information, log onto http://www.knoxvilleraceway.com.

Live coverage of Knoxville Raceway can be found at http://www.dirtvision.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ascsracing).

Race Results:

ASCS National

Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, Iowa)

Friday, August 4, 2023

Car Count: 54

Event Count: 104

The Driver's Project Qualifying

Qualifying: 1. 39M-Justin Sanders, 16.649[8]; 2. 55-Kerry Madsen, 16.681[12]; 3. 2-Lynton Jeffrey, 16.753[6]; 4. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 16.769[2]; 5. 3P-Sawyer Phillips, 16.779[21]; 6. 24W-Garet Williamson, 16.785[30]; 7. 5M-Collin Moyle, 16.787[1]; 8. 21-Brian Brown, 16.816[43]; 9. 24-Terry McCarl, 16.823[25]; 10. 4-Cameron Martin, 16.836[13]; 11. 42-Sye Lynch, 16.840[5]; 12. 40-Clint Garner, 16.878[23]; 13. 9P-Parker Price Miller, 16.897[14]; 14. 26-Zeb Wise, 16.911[26]; 15. 5-Daryn Pittman, 16.933[15]; 16. 9G-Ryan Giles, 16.933[20]; 17. 21H-Brady Bacon, 16.970[9]; 18. 7BC-Anthony Macri, 16.980[18]; 19. 24T-Christopher Thram, 17.002[16]; 20. 17W-Shane Golobic, 17.043[37]; 21. 2M-Davey Heskin, 17.099[24]; 22. 83JR-Sam Henderson, 17.103[3]; 23. 27-Carson McCarl, 17.130[34]; 24. 15-Ryan Turner, 17.132[11]; 25. 11N-Harli White, 17.138[7]; 26. 9T-Kasey Kahne, 17.159[40]; 27. 14T-Brooke Tatnell, 17.183[49]; 28. 1E-Ian Madsen, 17.207[32]; 29. 6A-Alex Vande Voort, 17.214[45]; 30. 35-Skylar Prochaska, 17.214[54]; 31. 98P-Miles Paulus, 17.227[41]; 32. 53-Joe Beaver, 17.227[42]; 33. 77X-Alex Hill, 17.237[29]; 34. 95-Matt Covington, 17.250[28]; 35. 4J-Kevin Thomas Jr, 17.332[33]; 36. 87J-Jace Park, 17.342[46]; 37. 11M-Brendan Mullen, 17.343[51]; 38. 35H-Zach Hampton, 17.389[47]; 39. 27B-Jake Bubak, 17.413[27]; 40. 3J-Dusty Zomer, 17.422[36]; 41. 10-Landon Britt, 17.497[10]; 42. 75AU-Tyler Blank, 17.509[50]; 43. 83-Austin Miller, 17.533[38]; 44. 87X-Shone Evans, 17.656[22]; 45. 4CW-Chris Windom, 17.675[52]; 46. B29-JJ Beaver, 17.701[35]; 47. 14M-Jordon Mallett, 17.809[44]; 48. 14-Aidan Zoutte, 18.073[39]; 49. 41D-Dan Henning, 18.374[17]; 50. 938-Bradley Fezard, 18.407[53]; 51. 4H-Cody Hansen, 18.779[19]; 52. 17N-Ben Woods, 19.025[48]; 53. 5D-Grae Anderson, 19.025[31]; 54. 1A-John Anderson, 19.025[4]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races (6 car invert, top 4 advance):

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 2M-Davey Heskin[2]; 2. 9T-Kasey Kahne[1]; 3. 24W-Garet Williamson[5]; 4. 9G-Ryan Giles[3]; 5. 39M-Justin Sanders[6]; 6. 42-Sye Lynch[4]; 7. 87J-Jace Park[8]; 8. 98P-Miles Paulus[7]; 9. 10-Landon Britt[9]; 10. B29-JJ Beaver[10]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 14T-Brooke Tatnell[1]; 2. 21H-Brady Bacon[3]; 3. 40-Clint Garner[4]; 4. 55-Kerry Madsen[6]; 5. 53-Joe Beaver[7]; 6. 83JR-Sam Henderson[2]; 7. 75AU-Tyler Blank[9]; 8. 5M-Collin Moyle[5]; 9. 14M-Jordon Mallett[10]; 10. 11M-Brendan Mullen[8]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 9P-Parker Price Miller[4]; 2. 21-Brian Brown[5]; 3. 27-Carson McCarl[2]; 4. 7BC-Anthony Macri[3]; 5. 1E-Ian Madsen[1]; 6. 2-Lynton Jeffrey[6]; 7. 35H-Zach Hampton[8]; 8. 83-Austin Miller[9]; 9. 14-Aidan Zoutte[10]; 10. 77X-Alex Hill[7]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 26-Zeb Wise[4]; 2. 35-Skylar Prochaska[1]; 3. 2C-Wayne Johnson[6]; 4. 24-Terry McCarl[5]; 5. 27B-Jake Bubak[8]; 6. 24T-Christopher Thram[3]; 7. 15-Ryan Turner[2]; 8. 95-Matt Covington[7]; 9. 87X-Shone Evans[9]; 10. 41D-Dan Henning[10]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 17W-Shane Golobic[3]; 2. 6A-Alex Vande Voort[1]; 3. 5-Daryn Pittman[4]; 4. 11N-Harli White[2]; 5. 4J-Kevin Thomas Jr[7]; 6. 4-Cameron Martin[5]; 7. 3J-Dusty Zomer[8]; 8. 3P-Sawyer Phillips[6]; 9. 938-Bradley Fezard[10]; 10. 4CW-Chris Windom[9]

Hoosier Tire C-Feature:

C Feature (10 Laps): 1. 77X-Alex Hill[1]; 2. 87X-Shone Evans[4]; 3. 14M-Jordon Mallett[7]; 4. 10-Landon Britt[3]; 5. 11M-Brendan Mullen[2]; 6. B29-JJ Beaver[6]; 7. 41D-Dan Henning[9]; 8. 938-Bradley Fezard[10]; 9. 17N-Ben Woods[12]; 10. 14-Aidan Zoutte[8]; 11. 4CW-Chris Windom[5]; 12. 4H-Cody Hansen[11]; 13. 5D-Grae Anderson[13]; 14. 1A-John Anderson[14]

BMRS B-Feature

BMRS B Feature (12 Laps): 1. 39M-Justin Sanders[1]; 2. 3P-Sawyer Phillips[3]; 3. 2-Lynton Jeffrey[2]; 4. 4-Cameron Martin[5]; 5. 1E-Ian Madsen[10]; 6. 5M-Collin Moyle[4]; 7. 42-Sye Lynch[6]; 8. 53-Joe Beaver[12]; 9. 95-Matt Covington[13]; 10. 24T-Christopher Thram[7]; 11. 27B-Jake Bubak[17]; 12. 15-Ryan Turner[9]; 13. 98P-Miles Paulus[11]; 14. 3J-Dusty Zomer[18]; 15. 87J-Jace Park[15]; 16. 83JR-Sam Henderson[8]; 17. 35H-Zach Hampton[16]; 18. 10-Landon Britt; 19. 4J-Kevin Thomas Jr[14]; 20. 77X-Alex Hill; 21. 87X-Shone Evans; 22. 83-Austin Miller[20]; 23. 14M-Jordon Mallett; 24. 75AU-Tyler Blank[19]

A-Feature

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 9P-Parker Price Miller[2]; 2. 21-Brian Brown[5]; 3. 26-Zeb Wise[1]; 4. 24-Terry McCarl[4]; 5. 24W-Garet Williamson[6]; 6. 2M-Davey Heskin[14]; 7. 9G-Ryan Giles[10]; 8. 7BC-Anthony Macri[12]; 9. 5-Daryn Pittman[9]; 10. 9T-Kasey Kahne[17]; 11. 35-Skylar Prochaska[19]; 12. 21H-Brady Bacon[11]; 13. 55-Kerry Madsen[8]; 14. 2C-Wayne Johnson[7]; 15. 14T-Brooke Tatnell[18]; 16. 27-Carson McCarl[15]; 17. 3P-Sawyer Phillips[22]; 18. 11N-Harli White[16]; 19. 6A-Alex Vande Voort[20]; 20. 40-Clint Garner[3]; 21. 17W-Shane Golobic[13]; 22. 39M-Justin Sanders[21]; 23. 4-Cameron Martin[24]; 24. 2-Lynton Jeffrey[23]

Lap Leader(s): Brian Brown 2; Parker Price-Miller 1, 3-20

KSE Hard Charger: Davey Heskin +8

Driver's Project Quick Time: Justin Sanders 16.649-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/americansprintcarseries

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

Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R

6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R

10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)

13 Elijah Gile (Phoenix, AZ) R

14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)

23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)

36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)

45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)

55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)

71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R

91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R

95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 7 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/17 – 81 Speedway; 7/7 – Dodge City Raceway Park; 7/22 – 81 Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Matt Covington – 2 (6/16 – Humboldt Speedway; 7/8 – Dodge City Raceway Park); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway); Jeffrey Newell – 1 (6/22 – Lawton Speedway); Alex Sewell – 1 (6/24 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 1 (6/30 – Boone County Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/1 – WaKeeney Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (8/3 – Knoxville Raceway); *Parker Price-Miller – 1 (8/4 – Knoxville Raceway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 2,468; 2. Matt Covington 2,402; 3. Jordon Mallett 2,251; 4. Howard Moore 2,241; 5. Brandon Anderson 2,184; 6. Kyler Johnson 2,061; 7. Christopher Townsend 1,923; 8. Landon Britt 1,888; 9. Michael Day 1,740; 10. Seth Bergman 1,237;

Support of the American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by RacinDirt.com, AR Dyno Specialty, BMRS, The Driver’s Project, Schoenfeld, Brodix, Kinsler Fuel Injection, Smiley’s Racing Products, Impact Signs, Hoosier Tire, RacinDirt.com, and MyRacePass.com.

33rd Annual Xtream Powered by Mediacom 360 Knoxville Nationals Presented by Great Southern Bank Point Totals

A Main

1 8 Aaron Reutzel 486

2 21 Brian Brown 481

3 9P Parker Price-Miller 476

4 24W Garet Williamson 476

5 1K Kelby Watt 474

6 5T Ryan Timms 472

7 22K Kaleb Johnson 472

8 26 Zeb Wise 470

9 24 Terry McCarl 469

10 18T Tanner Holmes 469

11 36 Jason Martin 466

12 55 Kerry Madsen 465

13 4W Jamie Ball 463

14 2C Wayne Johnson 462

15 15H Sam Hafertepe Jr. 460

16 16A Colby Copeland 459

17 9 Chase Randall 451

18 2M Davey Heskin 450

19 5 Daryn Pittman 450

20 9G Ryan Giles 449

B Main

21 39M Justin Sanders 446

22 7BC Anthony Macri 443

23 21H Brady Bacon 443

24 88 Austin McCarl 442

25 22 Ryan Leavitt 442

26 3P Sawyer Phillips 439

27 24R Rico Abreu 438

28 2 Lynton Jeffrey 435

29 40 Clint Garner 434

30 24H Kade Higday 434

31 20 Justin Peck 433

32 1 Brenham Crouch 432

33 9T Kasey Kahne 429

34 8M Kade Morton 425

35 7TAZ Tasker Phillips 424

36 4 Cam Martin 423

37 17W Shane Golobic 422

38 35 Skylar Prochaska 421

39 14T Brooke Tatnell 420

40 27 Carson McCarl 420

C Main

41 83H Justin Henderson 419

42 44 Chris Martin 417

43 83T Tanner Carrick 411

44 17 Tyler Groenendyk 410

45 11N Harli White 409

46 5M Collin Moyle 407

47 6A Alex Vande Voort 403

48 99 Tony Rost 403

49 42 Sye Lynch 403

50 50YR JJ Hickle 402

51 86 Timothy Smith 401

52 41 Colton Hardy 401

53 24T Christopher Thram 381

54 1E Ian Madsen 376

55 52 Blake Hahn 365

56 15 Ryan Turner 364

57 83JR Sam Henderson 363

58 53 Joe Beaver 362

59 7A Jack Anderson 362

60 6 Dustin Selvage 360

D Main

61 70 Calvin Landis 359

62 8H Jacob Hughes 359

63 7M Chance Morton 358

64 95 Matt Covington 347

65 75X JT Imperial 347

66 98P Miles Paulus 345

67 27B Jake Bubak 342

68 18 Ryan Roberts 339

69 87J Jace Park 334

70 4J Kevin Thomas Jr. 334

71 01 Sammy Swindell 332

72 11X Ayrton Gennetten 331

73 3J Dusty Zomer 328

74 2JR Kelly Miller 327

75 35H Zach Hampton 326

76 35L Cody Ledger 326

77 77X Alex Hill 321

78 9M Liam Martin 320

79 55B Brandon Anderson 317

80 10 Landon Britt 312

E Main

81 33 Alan Zoutte 308

82 75AU Tyler Blank 304

83 83 Austin Miller 303

84 3 Howard Moore 302

85 45X Kyler Johnson 301

86 87X Shone Evans 300

87 11M Brendan Mullen 293

88 14M Jordon Mallett 290

89 6T Christopher Townsend 286

90 4C Tuesday Calderwood 285

91 G5 Gage Pulkrabek 284

92 105 Cody Ihlen 274

93 B29 JJ Beaver 273

94 41D Dan Henning 265

95 22W Aaron Werner 265

96 4CW Chris Windom 265

97 938 Bradley Fezard 264

98 14 Aidan Zoutte 264

99 T4 Tyler Graves 263

100 17N Ben Woods 229

101 4H Cody Hansen 228

102 5D Grae Anderson 216

103 1A John Anderson 209

 

 

 

UPDATE >> Illegal Head Work Disqualifies Scott Bogucki

Following events on Thursday, August 3, 2023 at Knoxville Raceway, the cylinder heads on Scott Bogucki's No. 84 (Ostrich Engine) were brought into question during post race tech.

The heads were removed and further inspected and determined to be illegal as the ASCS Logo had been deformed, defaced, and partially removed in several cylinders.

Section 4C-2 of the rules pertaining to ASCS Engines States.

Spec Heads: Brodix Chevrolet Style Heads part # 27-211 with ASCS stamp. During polishing, the edges of the letters on the ASCS logos are sometimes inadvertently brushed with the polish wheel. This is permissible as long as letters are still intact. Angle milling is allowed as long as the head remains within 1 degree of original manufacturer’s specifications. Excessive porting and/or angle milling of the ASCS logo Cylinder Heads may affect their structural integrity, and is in no way recommended by Brodix.

The rule is further clarified in section 4C-3 to say:

Polishing is allowed as long as the original ASCS logo is not affected, or port shape is not altered substantially.

Scott has been disqualified and will forfeit event points and all prize money.

 

 

Aaron Reutzel Captures Night One Of The 33rd Annual Xtreme Powered By Mediacom 360 Knoxville Nationals!

Bryan Hulbert – KNOXVILLE, Iowa (August 3, 2023) Kicking off his title defense of the Xtreme powered by Mediacom 360 Knoxville Nationals presented by Great Southern Bank underway, Aaron Reutzel captured the opening night of action at Knoxville Raceway with the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com.

Aaron’s ninth career win in the 360cid division at Knoxville Raceway, Thursday’s triumph is the 23rd time the 2015 ASCS National Champion has topped the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com.

The kick-off to the 33rd running of the 360 Knoxville Nationals, Aaron made quick moves in the Ridge and Sons Racing No. 8 on the start, going three-wide for the runner-up spot from fourth. Caution on Lap 5, Aaron pursued Colby to the low side as tenth-starting Sam Hafertepe, Jr., who was up to fifth, hit the cushion to take over third before red lights came on for Tasker Phillips, following a soft rollover.

Able to fend off Aaron on the restart, the field would finally find traffic and allow Aaron a chance at the lead. Catching a break on Lap 15 as Colby slipped the line, Aaron took over with Hafertepe following to second the following lap.

“I needed (no yellows) and some lapped traffic,” said Reutzel. “The bottom was too easy to hit. My car was great; he was just running a good race. It seemed like every time I got there and made a mistake; he’d slide up in front of me where I had to move a little. We got some lapped traffic, and I was finally able to seal the deal there. I can’t thank this team enough.”

Able to use traffic to his advantage, Aaron Reutzel pulled away by 0.504-seconds at the drop of the checkered flag. Sam Hafertepe, Jr., in second, was followed by KSE Hard Charger Scott Bogucki, who charged ahead 12 spots for the show position. Chase Randall ran 12th to fourth, with Colby Copeland slipping to fifth.

Jamie Ball, sixth, was followed by Jason Martin. Eighth went to Austin McCarl from 14th, with Kelby Watt and Justin Peck picking up six positions to finish tenth.

Thursday’s opener saw 50 of the 53 drivers slated to run checking in. Another 56 drivers are slated to run Friday.

Kaleb Johnson topped The Driver’s Project Qualifying with a time of 16.389-seconds. AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races were topped by Brenham Crouch, Tasker Phillips, Jason Martin, Austin McCarl, and Scott Bogucki. The Hoosier Tire C-Feature went to Laim Martin, with the BMRS B-Feature topped by Ryan Leavitt.

Points following Thursday’s preliminary night show Aaron Reutzel earning 483. Kelby Watt sits second (472), with Ryan Timms and Kaleb Johnson tied for third (470). Tanner Holmes is fifth (467).

The Xtreme powered by Mediacom 360 Knoxville Nationals presented by Great Southern Bank continues Friday, August 4, with cars on track at 6:45 P.M. (CDT) for Hot Laps.

Live coverage of Knoxville Raceway can be found at http://www.dirtvision.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ascsracing).

Race Results:

ASCS National

Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, Iowa)

Thursday, August 3, 2023

Car Count: 50

The Driver's Project Qualifying

Qualifying: 1. 22K-Kaleb Johnson, 16.389[2]; 2. 18T-Tanner Holmes, 16.401[8]; 3. 5T-Ryan Timms, 16.552[16]; 4. 1K-Kelby Watt, 16.579[13]; 5. 8-Aaron Reutzel, 16.593[4]; 6. 22-Ryan Leavitt, 16.641[7]; 7. 8M-Kade Morton, 16.714[10]; 8. 17-Tyler Groenendyk, 16.718[3]; 9. 41-Colton Hardy, 16.718[19]; 10. 24R-Rico Abreu, 16.732[32]; 11. 4W-Jamie Ball, 16.738[33]; 12. 50YR-JJ Hickle, 16.789[1]; 13. 36-Jason Martin, 16.791[12]; 14. 16A-Colby Copeland, 16.800[6]; 15. 24H-Kade Higday, 16.821[23]; 16. 7A-Jack Anderson, 16.822[5]; 17. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, 16.824[44]; 18. 8H-Jacob Hughes, 16.836[14]; 19. 7M-Chance Morton, 16.857[37]; 20. 83H-Justin Henderson, 16.868[31]; 21. 1-Brenham Crouch, 16.881[26]; 22. 9-Chase Randall, 16.902[35]; 23. 83T-Tanner Carrick, 16.932[28]; 24. 88-Austin McCarl, 16.940[42]; 25. 84-Scott Bogucki, 16.942[38]; 26. 20-Justin Peck, 16.982[30]; 27. 7TAZ-Tasker Phillips, 16.993[40]; 28. 86-Timothy Smith, 17.031[29]; 29. 99-Tony Rost, 17.047[36]; 30. 44-Chris Martin, 17.105[49]; 31. 70-Calvin Landis, 17.124[18]; 32. 52-Blake Hahn, 17.151[45]; 33. 6-Dustin Selvage, 17.176[47]; 34. 9M-Liam Martin, 17.183[11]; 35. 35L-Cody Ledger, 17.206[9]; 36. 75X-JT Imperial, 17.228[25]; 37. 11X-Ayrton Gennetten, 17.257[22]; 38. 18-Ryan Roberts, 17.257[43]; 39. 01-Sammy Swindell, 17.270[21]; 40. 2JR-Kelly Miller, 17.400[24]; 41. 4C-Tuesday Calderwood, 17.475[48]; 42. G5-Gage Pulkrabek, 17.505[20]; 43. 6T-Christopher Townsend, 17.582[27]; 44. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 17.628[50]; 45. 33-Alan Zoutte, 17.678[46]; 46. 105-Cody Ihlen, 17.897[17]; 47. 3-Howard Moore, 18.024[39]; 48. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 18.053[41]; 49. T4-Tyler Graves, 18.399[34]; 50. 22W-Aaron Werner, 19.909[15]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races (6 car invert, top 4 advance):

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 1-Brenham Crouch[2]; 2. 20-Justin Peck[1]; 3. 22K-Kaleb Johnson[6]; 4. 4W-Jamie Ball[4]; 5. 7A-Jack Anderson[3]; 6. 75X-JT Imperial[8]; 7. 22-Ryan Leavitt[5]; 8. 70-Calvin Landis[7]; 9. 105-Cody Ihlen[10]; 10. 4C-Tuesday Calderwood[9]

360 Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 7TAZ-Tasker Phillips[1]; 2. 9-Chase Randall[2]; 3. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[3]; 4. 18T-Tanner Holmes[6]; 5. 50YR-JJ Hickle[4]; 6. 52-Blake Hahn[7]; 7. 3-Howard Moore[10]; 8. 8M-Kade Morton[5]; 9. G5-Gage Pulkrabek[9]; 10. 11X-Ayrton Gennetten[8]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin[4]; 2. 86-Timothy Smith[1]; 3. 5T-Ryan Timms[6]; 4. 83T-Tanner Carrick[2]; 5. 6-Dustin Selvage[7]; 6. 18-Ryan Roberts[8]; 7. 17-Tyler Groenendyk[5]; 8. 45X-Kyler Johnson[10]; 9. 6T-Christopher Townsend[9]; 10. 8H-Jacob Hughes[3]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 88-Austin McCarl[2]; 2. 99-Tony Rost[1]; 3. 1K-Kelby Watt[6]; 4. 16A-Colby Copeland[4]; 5. 7M-Chance Morton[3]; 6. 41-Colton Hardy[5]; 7. 01-Sammy Swindell[8]; 8. 55B-Brandon Anderson[9]; 9. 9M-Liam Martin[7]; 10. T4-Tyler Graves[10]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 84-Scott Bogucki[2]; 2. 24H-Kade Higday[4]; 3. 44-Chris Martin[1]; 4. 8-Aaron Reutzel[6]; 5. 83H-Justin Henderson[3]; 6. 24R-Rico Abreu[5]; 7. 2JR-Kelly Miller[8]; 8. 33-Alan Zoutte[9]; 9. 22W-Aaron Werner[10]; 10. 35L-Cody Ledger[7]

Hoosier Tire C-Feature:

Hoosier Tire C Feature (10 Laps): 1. 9M-Liam Martin[2]; 2. 8H-Jacob Hughes[1]; 3. 11X-Ayrton Gennetten[4]; 4. 35L-Cody Ledger[3]; 5. 6T-Christopher Townsend[7]; 6. 4C-Tuesday Calderwood[5]; 7. G5-Gage Pulkrabek[6]; 8. 105-Cody Ihlen[8]; 9. T4-Tyler Graves[9]; 10. 22W-Aaron Werner[10]

BMRS B-Feature

BMRS B Feature (12 Laps): 1. 22-Ryan Leavitt[1]; 2. 83H-Justin Henderson[9]; 3. 24R-Rico Abreu[5]; 4. 8M-Kade Morton[2]; 5. 17-Tyler Groenendyk[3]; 6. 52-Blake Hahn[11]; 7. 70-Calvin Landis[10]; 8. 50YR-JJ Hickle[6]; 9. 6-Dustin Selvage[12]; 10. 41-Colton Hardy[4]; 11. 75X-JT Imperial[13]; 12. 11X-Ayrton Gennetten[23]; 13. 18-Ryan Roberts[14]; 14. 01-Sammy Swindell[15]; 15. 55B-Brandon Anderson[17]; 16. 8H-Jacob Hughes[22]; 17. 2JR-Kelly Miller[16]; 18. 35L-Cody Ledger[24]; 19. 45X-Kyler Johnson[20]; 20. 33-Alan Zoutte[18]; 21. 3-Howard Moore[19]; 22. 9M-Liam Martin[21]; 23. 7M-Chance Morton[8]; 24. 7A-Jack Anderson[7]

A-Feature

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 8-Aaron Reutzel[4]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[10]; 3. 84-Scott Bogucki[15]; 4. 9-Chase Randall[12]; 5. 16A-Colby Copeland[1]; 6. 4W-Jamie Ball[3]; 7. 36-Jason Martin[2]; 8. 88-Austin McCarl[14]; 9. 1K-Kelby Watt[5]; 10. 20-Justin Peck[16]; 11. 5T-Ryan Timms[6]; 12. 18T-Tanner Holmes[7]; 13. 22K-Kaleb Johnson[8]; 14. 44-Chris Martin[20]; 15. 7TAZ-Tasker Phillips[17]; 16. 1-Brenham Crouch[11]; 17. 22-Ryan Leavitt[21]; 18. 24R-Rico Abreu[23]; 19. 83H-Justin Henderson[22]; 20. 83T-Tanner Carrick[13]; 21. 24H-Kade Higday[9]; 22. 99-Tony Rost[19]; 23. 8M-Kade Morton[24]; 24. 86-Timothy Smith[18]

Lap Leader(s): Colby Copeland 1-14; Aaron Reutzel 15-20

KSE Hard Charger: Scott Bogucki +12

Driver's Project Quick Time: Kaleb Johnson 16.389-seconds

High Point Driver:

Provisional(s): N/A

ASCS Online:

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

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

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

Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R

6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R

10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)

13 Elijah Gile (Phoenix, AZ) R

14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)

23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)

36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)

45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)

55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)

71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R

91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R

95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 7 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/17 – 81 Speedway; 7/7 – Dodge City Raceway Park; 7/22 – 81 Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Matt Covington – 2 (6/16 – Humboldt Speedway; 7/8 – Dodge City Raceway Park); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway); Jeffrey Newell – 1 (6/22 – Lawton Speedway); Alex Sewell – 1 (6/24 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 1 (6/30 – Boone County Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/1 – WaKeeney Speedway); Aaron Reutzel – 1 (8/3 – Knoxville Raceway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 2,468; 2. Matt Covington 2,402; 3. Jordon Mallett 2,251; 4. Howard Moore 2,241; 5. Brandon Anderson 2,184; 6. Kyler Johnson 2,061; 7. Christopher Townsend 1,923; 8. Landon Britt 1,888; 9. Michael Day 1,740; 10. Seth Bergman 1,237;

 

 

 

Friday night Gallatin showdown next for ASCS Frontier
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

After nearly a month off, the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Region returns to action with the Summer Clash at Belgrade, coming Friday night at Gallatin Speedway.

A number of teams are coming off of racing in the Western Sprint Tour's Speedweek North in Washington and Oregon, keeping themselves sharp and gaining valuable seat time and experience. Defending series champion Trever Kirkland of Helena, Montana was one of them, getting a Top 10 finish at Cottage Grove Speedway in Oregon while he was over there, and he hopes to take what he learned on his visit to the Pacific Northwest and potentially take back the points lead this weekend.

After racing part of that same speedweek, Phil Dietz of Laurel, Montana returned east and won last Saturday's ASCS Northern Plains feature at Gillette Thunder Speedway in Wyoming, gaining some momentum as he returns to the ASCS Frontier Region trail in pursuit of a sixth sprint car championship. Dietz was twice a winner at Gallatin Speedway in 2022.

Points leader Kelly Miller of Alberta won the last ASCS Frontier Region event at Gallatin Speedway, taking the victory in a non-stop main event on June 16th. Kory Wermling of Great Falls, Montana won last year's Summer Clash at Belgrade event.

Gates open at 5:35 for fans with hotlaps scheduled at 7:00 and racing beginning at 7:35. IMCA modifieds and WISSOTA super stocks are also on the card with the ASCS Frontier Region 360 sprint cars. Tickets are $15 for adults, $13 for juniors and seniors, and kids 12 years of age and under are in free of charge.

For those unable to attend, Friday's race can be seen on www.speedmax.tv, the official streaming partner of the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with the 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 4 - Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT
August 25 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT (Harvey Ostermiller Memorial - Night 1)
August 26 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT (Harvey Ostermiller Memorial - Night 2)

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2023 ASCS Frontier Region winners
May 19 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 20 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 26 - Rained out at Electric City Speedway
May 27 - Rained out at Electric City Speedway
June 9 - Postponed at Gallatin Speedway
June 10 - Postponed at Big Sky Speedway
June 16 - Kelly Miller at Gallatin Speedway
June 17 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
July 7 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway
July 8 - Logan Forler at Big Sky Speedway

 

 

UP NEXT >> 33rd Xtream powered by Mediacom 360 Knoxville Nationals presented by Great Southern Bank

Bryan Hulbert - KNOXVILLE, Iowa (July 24, 2023) Next stop, the "Sprint Car Capital of the World" for three nights of racing at the 33rd Xtream powered by Mediacom 360 Knoxville Nationals presented by Great Southern Bank at Knoxville Raceway to kick off Southern Iowa Sprint Week.

A collection of 10 race nights between Knoxville and Oskaloosa, the whole of the Sprint Car universe will converge on Marion County starting August 3-5.

Focusing on the opening event, at the time of press, the 33rd Xtream powered by Mediacom 360 Knoxville Nationals presented by Great Southern Bank sits at 75 entries from the United States, Australia, and Canada, with 15 event rookies and a half-dozen former race winners, including the defending champion, 2015 ASCS National Champion, Aaron Reutzel.

Offering up a $152,000 purse, the overall winner will take home $20,000, plus their share of $15,000 in lap money. Other bonuses include $360 to the Team DGRD Best Appearing Car and $500 for the JETCO Rookie of the Year. Preliminary nights pay $3,000 to win. The full breakdown of the purse is posted at https://www.knoxvilleraceway.com/Event/knoxville-360-nationals.

Sanctioned under the American Sprint Car Series, events at Knoxville Raceway do not conform to ASCS car rules. Per insurance requirements, all cars must adhere to Knoxville Raceway car rules, tire, and weight requirements. This also includes the use of an onboard fire suppression system. Those are online at https://www.knoxvilleraceway.com/Pages/Rules.

No change to the event format; teams will be divided into Thursday/Friday Qualifying nights, where accumulated points are crucial to setting up Saturday's run of events. The format and nightly points breakdown is explained at https://www.knoxvilleraceway.com/Event/knoxville-360-nationals.

Hot Laps each night begin at 6:45 P.M., with Qualifying at 7:15 P.M. (CDT).

All events at Knoxville Raceway are broadcast exclusively at https://www.dirtvision.com. The Knoxville Nationals is NOT included with a monthly Fast Pass, only with the annual Fast Pass or PPV.

Knoxville Raceway is located on the Marion County Fairgrounds, at 1000 N Lincoln St. in Knoxville, Iowa. For information, directions, or to purchase tickets, log onto http://www.knoxvilleraceway.com or call (641) 842-5431.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

Jason Martin Wins Weather Delayed

A-Feature At 81 Speedway!

Bryan Hulbert – PARK CITY, Kan. (July 22, 2023) Getting the show in just before the rains came the last time the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com was at 81-Speedway, Mother Nature got a little bit of revenge on Saturday night with a pop-up shower causing around a three-hour delay before Jason Martin rolled back into Victory Lane at the three-eighths-mile oval.

“First of all, thank you to all these people who sat it out in that rain. It was pretty cool to look out while it was still raining and see people sitting in the stands. Kudos to you guys. The fans are what pay our bills, and hopefully, you all enjoyed it,” stated Martin to the applause of the fans. “Also, to the staff. They could have just checked out and said, we’re done, but instead, it was an awesome racetrack.”

Leading from start to finish, the start was crucial to Martin’s success. Taking the green to the right of the front row, Jason and Covington swapped lines into the first turn, with the No. 36 able to escape with the lead.

Gone in clean air, traffic brought Covington into the mix, and at one point, the top four were nose to tail. Rubbing up on Martin’s left rear trying to shoot the bottom off the fourth turn as Jason worked a slower car on Lap 12, Matt was able to calm the right side tires of the No. 95 back to the racing surface and missed taking the point by 0.098-seconds.

Slowed thrice during the 25-lap affair, the final one came on Lap 19.

First and second unchanged, Martin would roll away by 1.064-seconds at the checkered flag. Covington in second, the race behind him saw several shifts through the last six laps as Jordon Mallett grabbed third away from Jake Bubak while Howard Moore snuck into the top five.

Getting shuffled back to eighth at one point, Brandon Anderson made it back to sixth, with Don Droud, Jr. slipping back on the final restart from fifth to seventh. Making up seven positions for the night KSE Hard Charger Award, Christopher Townsend crossed eighth, followed by Tim Estenson ninth and Whit Gastineau in tenth.

The field numbered 24 on Saturday, with Tim Estenson, the overall quickest driver in The Driver’s Project Qualifying at 14.348-seconds. AR Dyno Specialty Heat Race wins went to Don Droud, Jr., Landon Britt, and Jason Martin.

The next event for the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com is the 33rd annual Xtreme Powered by Mediacom 360 Knoxville Nationals presented by Great Southern Bank, happening August 3-5, at Knoxville Raceway. The event is $20,000 to win.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer. New subscribers can receive 25% off when they use promo code ASCS2023 at checkout.

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 (@ascsracing).

Race Results:

ASCS National / ASCS Sooner

81 Speedway (Park City, Kan.)

Saturday, July 22, 2023

Car Count: 24

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying (Top 4 in each group invert into Heat Races)

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 14T-Tim Estenson, 14.348[7]; 2. 2-Chase Porter, 14.455[1]; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett, 14.457[5]; 4. 1M-Don Droud Jr, 14.463[3]; 5. 13-Elijah Gile, 14.593[6]; 6. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 14.722[8]; 7. 10X-Jordan Knight, 15.082[4]; 8. 23K-Mike Kleymann, 15.082[2]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 3-Howard Moore, 14.479[4]; 2. 1X-Jake Bubak, 14.533[8]; 3. 2W-Whit Gastineau, 14.572[5]; 4. 10-Landon Britt, 14.583[2]; 5. 12-Jeffrey Newell, 14.654[3]; 6. 10C-Jeremy Campbell, 14.676[7]; 7. 9$-Kyle Clark, 14.723[1]; 8. 31-Casey Wills, 15.297[6]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington, 14.548[7]; 2. 36-Jason Martin, 14.634[5]; 3. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 14.756[3]; 4. 7C-Chris Morgan, 14.867[6]; 5. 26M-Fred Mattox, 14.996[8]; 6. 6-Christopher Townsend, 15.005[2]; 7. 97-Kevin Cummings, 16.095[4]; 8. 31M-Eric Matthews, 16.125[1]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races (All Drivers advance to the A-Feature):

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 1M-Don Droud Jr[1]; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[2]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson[6]; 4. 2-Chase Porter[3]; 5. 14T-Tim Estenson[4]; 6. 10X-Jordan Knight[7]; 7. 13-Elijah Gile[5]; 8. (DNS) 23K-Mike Kleymann

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 10-Landon Britt[1]; 2. 1X-Jake Bubak[3]; 3. 2W-Whit Gastineau[2]; 4. 12-Jeffrey Newell[5]; 5. 3-Howard Moore[4]; 6. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[6]; 7. 9$-Kyle Clark[7]; 8. 31-Casey Wills[8]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin[3]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 3. 45X-Kyler Johnson[2]; 4. 26M-Fred Mattox[5]; 5. 6-Christopher Townsend[6]; 6. 31M-Eric Matthews[8]; 7. 97-Kevin Cummings[7]; 8. 7C-Chris Morgan[1]

A-Feature

RacinDirt A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin[2]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett[4]; 4. 1X-Jake Bubak[3]; 5. 3-Howard Moore[10]; 6. 55B-Brandon Anderson[7]; 7. 1M-Don Droud Jr[5]; 8. 6-Christopher Townsend[15]; 9. 14T-Tim Estenson[9]; 10. 2W-Whit Gastineau[11]; 11. 45X-Kyler Johnson[12]; 12. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[18]; 13. 10-Landon Britt[6]; 14. 9$-Kyle Clark[19]; 15. 2-Chase Porter[8]; 16. 7C-Chris Morgan[23]; 17. 31-Casey Wills[22]; 18. 31M-Eric Matthews[16]; 19. 10X-Jordan Knight[17]; 20. 97-Kevin Cummings[20]; 21. 23K-Mike Kleymann[24]; 22. 26M-Fred Mattox[14]; 23. 12-Jeffrey Newell[13]; 24. 13-Elijah Gile[21]

Lap Leader(s): Jason Martin 1-25

KSE Hard Charger: Christopher Townsend +7

Driver's Project Quick Time: Tim Estenson 14.348-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/americansprintcarseries

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

Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R

6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R

10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)

13 Elijah Gile (Phoenix, AZ) R

14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)

23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)

36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)

45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)

55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)

71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R

91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R

95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 7 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/17 – 81 Speedway; 7/7 – Dodge City Raceway Park; 7/22 – 81 Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Matt Covington – 2 (6/16 – Humboldt Speedway; 7/8 – Dodge City Raceway Park); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway); Jeffrey Newell – 1 (6/22 – Lawton Speedway); Alex Sewell – 1 (6/24 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 1 (6/30 – Boone County Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/1 – WaKeeney Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 2,468; 2. Matt Covington 2,402; 3. Jordon Mallett 2,251; 4. Howard Moore 2,241; 5. Brandon Anderson 2,184; 6. Kyler Johnson 2,061; 7. Christopher Townsend 1,923; 8. Landon Britt 1,888; 9. Michael Day 1,740; 10. Seth Bergman 1,237;

Support of the American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by RacinDirt.com, AR Dyno Specialty, BMRS, The Driver’s Project, Schoenfeld, Brodix, Kinsler Fuel Injection, Smiley’s Racing Products, Impact Signs, Hoosier Tire, RacinDirt.com, and MyRacePass.com.

 

 

Rain Claims Friday At Rush County
All Systems Go For Saturday At 81 Speedway

Bryan Hulbert - LA CROSSE, Kan. (July 21, 2023) Heavy overnight rain has unfortunately rendered the grounds in and around Rush County Bullring Speedway unusable for Friday night's scheduled event with the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com.

Saturday's event at 81-Speedway in Park City, Kan. is on as scheduled. The $4,000 to win, $400 to start affair includes the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products.

Saturday, July 22, opens at 3:00 P.M. for the pits and 5:00 P.M. for the stands. Hot Laps are at 6:00 P.M., with racing at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $25 for adults, $20 for seniors and military, and free for kids 10 and under. Other divisions include the JLR Property Management 316 A-Mods, and AutoTech Service Super Stocks.

81-Speedway is located at 7700 N Broadway in Park City, Kan. More information can be found online at https://www.81speedway.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer. New subscribers can receive 25% off when they use promo code ASCS2023 at checkout.

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 (@ascsracing).

 

 Onboard Fire Suppression System Is Mandatory At Knoxville Raceway

A reminder to all teams that you will not be allowed to race without the approved onboard fire suppression system. From the Knoxville Raceway Rules, it reads as follows:

7.1-Fire Suppression System(s) These systems will be mandatory for the 2023 season at Knoxville Raceway starting April 21st at the World of Outlaw show for the 410 class. Approved systems will be mandatory for the 360 and Pro Series on June 9th.

A fire suppression system that meets the SFI 17.3 specification must be installed and functional.

The fire suppression system must include a thermal trigger and a manual trigger, both mounted in the driver’s compartment. The thermal trigger must be in the lower area of the drivers compartment forward of the seat near the area of the fuel pump. The manual trigger must be mounted within reach of the driver on the forward left-hand side of the cockpit. A minimum of one nozzle must be mounted in the lower area of the cockpit forward of the seat.

The DOT approved cylinder manufactured of aluminum or steel must be securely mounted to the frame per the manufacturer’s instructions and the discretion of track Officials. The cylinder must have a minimum capacity of 5 lbs.

The system must be fully charged and display a legible and valid SFI 17.3 and manufacture label, easily viewable at any time by Track Officials. Cylinders that are beyond useful certification date must be inspected, serviced and re-labeled by the manufacturer.

If a nozzle is connected to the cylinder with a line, the line must be steel or steel reinforced and must be triggered at the end of the line.

Approved Manufacturers

• Lifeline Fire & Safety USA, 540-251-2724
• Safety Systems Inc. (Firebottle), Ft Myers, FL, 239-995-6300
• Spa Technique Inc. Indianapolis, IN 317-271-7941
• Safecraft Safety Equipment, Martinez, CA, 800-400-2259

 

 

Hurricane Area Super Sprints Join ASCS Lineup Of Regional Tours

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (July 19, 2023) Adding a new tour to the ASCS Regional lineup, the Hurricane Area Super Sprints has signed on under the direction of Stefen Oakes.

Much like the Elite tours in Texas and Colorado, the Hurricane Area Super Sprints are under ASCS sanction with media and points management but will operate under their own rules package and points system to allow all current teams to continue operating and racing without needing to spend extra money to change/alter their cars and equipment.

Rules for the Hurricane Area Super Sprints are online at https://www.ascsracing.com/downloads/get.aspx?i=847482

For questions regarding rules, procedures, and events, contact Stefen Oakes at bigshowmotorsports@yahoo.com or call (985) 285-9177.

Two events have already been contested in 2022 at Baton Rouge Raceway on April 14, with Channin Tankersley grabbing the win, and June 24, with Jan Howard atop the podium. The next event for the Hurricane Area Super Sprints will be a showdown with the ASCS Mid-South Region at Jackson Motor Speedway on Saturday, July 29.

The full 2023 lineup is online at https://www.ascsracing.com/schedules/2023?id=24627 and is subject to change without notice.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

ASCS Gulf South Returns Saturday At Texana Raceway Park

Bryan Hulbert – EDNA, Texas (July 19, 2023) Knocking the cobwebs off the ASCS Gulf South Region presented by Fast 5 Solutions and Pipeline+MD, the regional tour returns to action on Saturday, July 22 at Texana Raceway Park with a $2,000 to win, $300 to start showdown.

Taken over by Chris Walters (Walters Promotions, LLC), the series will continue to add events throughout the 2023 season while building a full schedule for 2024. Anyone with questions about the series can call Chris at (281) 475-1919.

Saturday, July 22, opens at 5:00 P.M. for teams to pull in and 6:00 P.M. in the grandstands. Racing is slated for 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for seniors and military, and $2 for kids 12 and under. Pits are $35. Other classes on the card include Limited, E-Mods, Hobby Stocks, Factory Stocks, and IMCA Modifieds. Texana Raceway Park is located at 258 Co Rd 412 in Edna, Texas. Information on the track can be found at http://texanaraceway.com.

The last time the series was at Texana Raceway Park was April 13, 2019, with Martin Edwards grabbing the win.

Support for the ASCS Gulf South Region is provided by Fast 5 Solutions, Pipeline+MD, Griffith Truck and Equipment, Precision Spray Foam, C4 Branding, What Makes Us Fire Foundation, Dusty Moon Veterinary Service, Top Coat Fabrication, Willy’s Racing Products, and Integrity Cleaning.

Race On Texas will have live coverage of Saturday’s event.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

Heavy Overnight Rain Washes Out ASCS National Competition At Batesville Motor Speedway


Bryan Hulbert - BATESVILLE, Ark. (July 15, 2023) Unfortunately, heavy overnight rain has rendered the grounds in and around the Batesville Motor Speedway saturated beyond use for Saturday’s events with the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com.

The series will try again on Friday, July 21 at Rush County Speedway in La Crosse, Kan.for $5,000 to win, then Saturday, July 22 at 81-Speedway in Park City, Kan. for $4,000 to win

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer. New subscribers can receive 25% off when they use promo code ASCS2023 at checkout.

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 (@ascsracing).

 

 

Rain Claims ASCS A-Feature at Thunderbird Speedway

Bryan Hulbert - MUSKOGEE, Okla. (July 14, 2023) Making every effort to get Friday's program in with the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com at Thunderbird Speedway, Mother Nature swooped in and ended the 25-lap affair with 11 Laps officially completed.

Under caution for a stalled car, the wind, which had started to intensify a few laps earlier, finally increased to an unsafe level and forced the field to the Pits. It wasn't long before lightning flashed over the track, and heavy rain began to fall.

To that point, Wayne Johnson had led every lap and was on track to land his 60th career win.

As the race fell short of the halfway mark, and a checked flag was not thrown, all prize money will be paid evenly ($770) to each A-Feature starter, and 86-points awarded.

Eligible National Tour teams will also receive full appearance money.

The Driver's Project Qualifying and AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races were completed. Kade Morton established a new ASCS Track Record with a time of 17.331-seconds. Heat Race wins went to Jeffrey Newell, Brandon Anderson, and Wayne Johnson.

The American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com will try again on Saturday, July 15, at Batesville Motor Speedway. Gates opens at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Admission is $20 for adults, $5 for youth (7-14), and free for kids six and under.

Batesville Motor Speedway is located at 5090 Heber Springs Rd. in Locust Grove, Ark. Information on the track is online at http://batesvillemotorspeedway.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer. New subscribers can receive 25% off when they use promo code ASCS2023 at checkout.

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 (@ascsracing).

Race Results:

ASCS National / ASCS Sooner

Thunderbird Speedway (Muskogee, Okla.)

Friday, July 14, 2023

Car Count: 25

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying (Top 4 in each group invert into Heat Races)

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 8M-Kade Morton, 17.331[2]; 2. 7M-Chance Morton, 17.481[8]; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett, 17.504[1]; 4. 12-Jeffrey Newell, 17.518[3]; 5. 36-Jason Martin, 17.632[4]; 6. 2-Whit Gastineau, 17.794[6]; 7. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 17.992[7]; 8. 25B-Blaine Baxter, 18.061[9]; 9. 6-Christopher Townsend, 18.123[5]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 10-Landon Britt, 17.829[2]; 2. 87J-Jace Park, 18.019[1]; 3. 3-Howard Moore, 18.100[4]; 4. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 18.107[3]; 5. 71-Channin Tankersley, 18.166[5]; 6. 1H-Hank Davis, 18.549[6]; 7. 90-Lance Norick, 18.556[7]; 8. 17-Wout Hoffmans, 18.999[8]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 18.240[2]; 2. 47K-Kaylee Bryson, 18.427[4]; 3. 95-Matt Covington, 18.517[8]; 4. 13-Elijah Gile, 18.694[3]; 5. 50Z-Zach Chappell, 18.767[6]; 6. 91-Michael Day, 19.216[5]; 7. 26M-Fred Mattox, 19.228[7]; 8. 3X-Tanner Conn, 19.537[1]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races (All Drivers advance to the A-Feature):

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 12-Jeffrey Newell[1]; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[2]; 3. 7M-Chance Morton[3]; 4. 45X-Kyler Johnson[7]; 5. 25B-Blaine Baxter[8]; 6. 6-Christopher Townsend[9]; 7. 36-Jason Martin[5]; 8. 8M-Kade Morton[4]; 9. 2-Whit Gastineau[6]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 2. 3-Howard Moore[2]; 3. 87J-Jace Park[3]; 4. 10-Landon Britt[4]; 5. 71-Channin Tankersley[5]; 6. 1H-Hank Davis[6]; 7. 90-Lance Norick[7]; 8. 17-Wout Hoffmans[8]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson[4]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 3. 50Z-Zach Chappell[5]; 4. 47K-Kaylee Bryson[3]; 5. 26M-Fred Mattox[7]; 6. 91-Michael Day[6]; 7. 13-Elijah Gile[1]; 8. 3X-Tanner Conn[8]

A-Feature incomplete due to rain

Driver's Project Quick Time: Kade Morton 17.331-seconds (NTR)

 High Point Driver: Wayne Johnson

 

 

American Sprint Car Series At Muskogee And Batesville This Weekend

Bryan Hulbert - DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (July 11, 2023) Taking on a pair of historic ovals this weekend, the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com will headline action at Thunderbird Speedway in Muskogee, Okla. on Friday, July 14, then Batesville Motor Speedway in Batesville, Ark. on. Saturday, July 15.

$4,000 to win, $400 to start at both venues, each is a showdown with ASCS Regional Tours. Paired with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley's Racing Products on Friday, Saturday will see action against the ASCS Mid-South Region.

Returning to the Oklahoma half-mile after being absent for over 20-years in 2022, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. rolled into Victory Lane at Thunderbird Speedway to become the third winner in five events. One of the oldest tracks in Oklahoma, the facility first opened as a horse track in 1903. Auto racing began in 1955. Closed in 2003 after the grandstands were condemned, the track came back to life in 2010.

Friday, July 14 opens at 6:00 P.M. with Hot Laps at 7:00 P.M. and Racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $15 for adults, $5 for youth (6-15), and free for kids five 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.

Known for massive Late Model and Modified events, Batesville Motor Speedway has provided some impressive Sprint Car shows over the years as well. A high-banked, three-eighths-mile oval, the series has visited 11 times. Another track that saw a nearly 20-year gap between visits, thr return in 2021 saw Dale Howard pull off the last lap pass for the win. Impressive in his final season of racing in 2022, Tim Crawley captured the first of four wins last year.

Saturday, July 15 at Batesville Motor Speedway opens at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Admission is $20 for adults, $5 for youth (7-14), and free for kids six and under. Batesville Motor Speedway is located at 5090 Heber Springs Rd. in Locust Grove, Ark. Information on the track is online at http://batesvillemotorspeedway.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer. New subscribers can receive 25% off when they use promo code ASCS2023 at checkout.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

Quick Info:

Who: American Sprint Car Series
Where: Muskogee, Okla. & Batesville, Ark.
When: Friday, July 14, & Saturday, July 15

Times and Other Info: Thunderbird Speedway

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: ASCS Schoenfeld
RACEceiver: 454.050

Prices:

Pit Pass: $35
Grandstand Admission: $15
Youth (6-15): $5
Kids (6 & under): Free

Contact Info: Thunderbird Speedway

Address: 1444 S Cherokee St, Muskogee, OK 74403
Phone: (918) 729-9843
Website: http://www.thunderbirdspeedwayok.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Thunderbird-Speedway-192229047937380
Twitter: N/A

Times and Other Info: Batesville Motor Speedway

Pits: 4:00 P.M.
Draw: 5:45 P.M. – 6:15 P.M.
Driver’s Meeting: 6:30 P.M.
Grandstands: 5:30 P.M.
Hot Laps: 7:15 P.M.
Racing: 8:00 P.M.
Muffler: Open
RACEceiver: 454.050

Prices:

Grandstand Admission: $20
Youth (7-14): $5
Kids 6 & Under: Free

Contact Info: Batesville Motor Speedway

Phone: (870) 613-1337
Address: 5090 Heber Springs Rd Locust Grove, AR 72550
Website: http://batesvillemotorspeedway.com
Social Media: http://www.facebook.com/BatesvilleMotorSpeedway

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/americansprintcarseries
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ascsracing [@ascsracing]
Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com
Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R
6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R
10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)
13 Elijah Gile (Phoenix, AZ) R
14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)
23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)
36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)
45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)
55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)
71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R
91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R
95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 6 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/17 – 81-Speedway; 7/7 – Dodge City Raceway Park); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Matt Covington – 2 (6/16 – Humboldt Speedway; 7/8 – Dodge City Raceway Park); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway); Jeffrey Newell – 1 (6/22 – Lawton Speedway); Alex Sewell – 1 (6/24 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 1 (6/30 – Boone County Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/1 – WaKeeney Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 2,232; 2. Matt Covington 2,174; 3. Howard Moore 2,030; 4. Jordon Mallett 2,030; 5. Brandon Anderson 1,976; 6. Kyler Johnson 1,867; 7. Christopher Townsend 1,721; 8. Landon Britt 1,654; 9. Michael Day 1,654; 10. Seth Bergman 1,237;

Support of the American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by RacinDirt.com, AR Dyno Specialty, BMRS, The Driver’s Project, Schoenfeld, Brodix, Kinsler Fuel Injection, Smiley’s Racing Products, Impact Signs, Hoosier Tire, RacinDirt.com, and MyRacePass.com.

 

 

Jason Martin Snags Steve King Memorial Opener At Dodge City Raceway Park

Bryan Hulbert – DODGE CITY, Kan. (July 7, 2023) Landing his tenth career victory with the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com Friday night at Dodge City Raceway Park, Jason Martin wrestled the lead from Howard Moore on at the race’s mid-point and held on to win Night 1 of the Steve King Memorial.

“It’s nice being able to race hard wheel-to-wheel with people and they give you room. Howard’s always been a really good racer, and I appreciate and respect him for that, but traffic got a little sketchy there,” said Martin of the race for the lead.

Win No. 6 on the season with the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com, and ninth in combined competition with the Malvern Bank 360 Sprint Series, Jason Martin rolled to second on the start as Howard Moore shot into the lead.

Slowed on Lap 3 as Wayne Johnson found himself missing the right front on his No. 2c, Moore put distance on the field when the race resumed. A few laps from traffic, that allowed Martin to close. Cutting the gap from 1.205-seconds to 0.424 over four laps, Jason was able to roll by for the point on Lap 12.

Working through traffic, Jason was boxed in with five laps to go. Opening the door for the AR Dyno Specialty No. 3, Moore took a shot, but could not re-secure the lead.

Able to clear lapped traffic, the Bybee Electric No. 36 pulled away to a 1.497-seconds advantage at the checkered flag. Howard Moore, in second for the third time in his career, was followed by Oklahoma’s Whit Gastineau for his first national podium finish. Matt Covington crossed fourth, with Landon Britt in fifth.

Jordon Mallett moved up to sixth from ninth, with Jake Bubak rolling eight spots to seventh. Kyler Johnson, who came back to top the Rocky Mountain Midget Racing Association A-Feature, was eighth, followed by Brandon Anderson, and Jeremy Huish to complete the top ten.

The field of 23 drivers on Night 1 of the Steve King Memorial was topped in The Driver’s Project Qualifying by Jason Martin with a track record time of 14.341-seconds. AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races were topped by Kyler Johnson, Jeremy Huish, and Landon Britt. The KSE Hard Charger was Jake Bubak who advanced eight spots.

The Steve King Memorial continues Saturday, July 8 with a $5,088 to win, $500 to start A-Feature.

Gates open at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 7:30 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20, and free for kids 12 and under. Pits are $35. Dodge City Raceway Park is located at 11322 110 Rd. in Dodge City, Kan. For more information on the track, log onto https://www.racedcrp.com or call (620) 225-3277.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer. New subscribers can receive 25% off when they use promo code ASCS2023 at checkout.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

Race Results:

ASCS National

Dodge City Raceway Park (Dodge City, Kan.)

Steve King Memorial - Night 1

Friday, July 7, 2023

Car Count: 23

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying (Top 4 in each group invert into Heat Races)

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 15.261[8]; 2. 2-Whit Gastineau, 15.566[7]; 3. 6T-Kaden Taylor, 15.582[6]; 4. 13-Elijah Gile, 15.593[2]; 5. 10T-Tyler Knight, 15.594[1]; 6. 6-Christopher Townsend, 15.655[5]; 7. 7C-Chris Morgan, 15.663[3]; 8. 72-Ray Seemann, 15.829[4]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington, 14.873[6]; 2. 1X-Jake Bubak, 14.977[3]; 3. 10C-Jeremy Campbell, 15.092[1]; 4. 88J-Jeremy Huish, 15.282[2]; 5. 14-Jordon Mallett, 15.289[8]; 6. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 15.309[7]; 7. 91-Michael Day, 15.497[4]; 8. 938-Bradley Fezard, 16.580[5]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin, 14.341[5]; 2. 3-Howard Moore, 14.664[3]; 3. 2J-Zach Blurton, 14.683[4]; 4. 10-Landon Britt, 14.712[1]; 5. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 14.733[7]; 6. 88-Jordan Knight, 15.172[6]; 7. 32-Blair Cooper, 15.855[2]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races (All Drivers advance to the A-Feature):

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 45X-Kyler Johnson[3]; 2. 2-Whit Gastineau[2]; 3. 7C-Chris Morgan[6]; 4. 6T-Kaden Taylor[1]; 5. 6-Christopher Townsend[5]; 6. 10T-Tyler Knight[4]; 7. 72-Ray Seemann[7]; 8. (DNS) 13-Elijah Gile

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 88J-Jeremy Huish[1]; 2. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[2]; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett[5]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson[6]; 6. 1X-Jake Bubak[3]; 7. 938-Bradley Fezard[8]; 8. 91-Michael Day[7]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 10-Landon Britt[1]; 2. 3-Howard Moore[3]; 3. 36-Jason Martin[4]; 4. 2C-Wayne Johnson[5]; 5. 2J-Zach Blurton[2]; 6. 88-Jordan Knight[6]; 7. 32-Blair Cooper[7]

A-Feature

RacinDirt A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin[3]; 2. 3-Howard Moore[2]; 3. 2-Whit Gastineau[1]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[5]; 5. 10-Landon Britt[7]; 6. 14-Jordon Mallett[9]; 7. 1X-Jake Bubak[15]; 8. 45X-Kyler Johnson[4]; 9. 55B-Brandon Anderson[12]; 10. 88J-Jeremy Huish[8]; 11. 6-Christopher Townsend[14]; 12. 2J-Zach Blurton[16]; 13. 938-Bradley Fezard[18]; 14. 88-Jordan Knight[17]; 15. 91-Michael Day[22]; 16. 32-Blair Cooper[20]; 17. 72-Ray Seemann[21]; 18. 10T-Tyler Knight[19]; 19. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[6]; 20. 7C-Chris Morgan[10]; 21. 2C-Wayne Johnson[11]; 22. 6T-Kaden Taylor[13]; 23. 13-Elijah Gile[23]

Lap Leader(s): Howard Moore 1-11; Jason Martin 12-25

KSE Hard Charger: Jake Bubak +8

Driver's Project Quick Time: Jason Martin 14.341-seconds (NTR)

High Point Driver: Kyler Johnson

Provisional(s): N/A

ASCS Online:

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

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

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

Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R

6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R

10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)

13 Elijah Gile (Phoenix, AZ) R

14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)

23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)

36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)

45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)

55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)

71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R

91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R

95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 6 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/17 – 81-Speedway; 7/7 – Dodge City Raceway Park); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway); Matt Covington – 1 (6/16 – Humboldt Speedway); Jeffrey Newell – 1 (6/22 – Lawton Speedway); Alex Sewell – 1 (6/24 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 1 (6/30 – Boone County Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/1 – WaKeeney Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 2,090; 2. Matt Covington 2,024; 3. Howard Moore 1,911; 4. Jordon Mallett 1,895; 5. Brandon Anderson 1,866; 6. Kyler Johnson 1,745; 7. Christopher Townsend 1,596; 8. Landon Britt 1,568; 9. Michael Day 1,560; 10. Seth Bergman 1,237;

 

 

Big Sky double on tap for ASCS Frontier
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

BILLINGS, Mont. - The Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series returns to action with two nights of racing this Friday and Saturday in the Big Sky 360 Showdown at Big Sky Speedway outside Billings, Montana.

Kelly Miller of Lethbridge, Alberta has won all four ASCS Frontier Region races completed this season and was dominant each time out. Miller holds a solid 68-point lead over defending series champion Trever Kirkland entering this weekend's events. Miller, chasing his first ASCS-sanctioned championship, looks to continue his dominance at a track where he's already won three times this year. Kirkland and the rest of the field, including the likes of Kory Wermling, Joe Perry and five-time sprint car champion Phil Dietz, are looking to halt Miller's momentum and close the gap in the standings.
Both days see the pit gate for race teams open at 3:00 and spectator gates opening at 5:30 with racing scheduled to begin at 7:00 Mountain Time. Tickets for adults are $20 each day with seniors in for $15. Kids under 60 inches tall are in for free. Super stocks, Legends and wingless limited sprint cars are on the card both days while street stocks join in the festivities on Saturday, all part of what is the Mark Rieker Memorial at Big Sky Speedway.
Those unable to attend in person but wishing to watch still can do so at www.speedmax.tv.
More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with the 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
Top 5 points (wins)
1. Kelly Miller, 600 (4 wins)
2. Trever Kirkland, 532
3. Phil Dietz, 525
4. Kory Wermling, 522
5. Joe Perry, 495
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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events
July 7 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT
July 8 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT
July 22-29 - *non-points* WST Speedweek North in Oregon and Washington
August 4 - Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT
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2023 ASCS Frontier Region winners
May 19 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 20 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 26 - Rained out at Electric City Speedway
May 27 - Rained out at Electric City Speedway
June 9 - Postponed a week (weather) at Gallatin Speedway
June 10 - Postponed a week (weather) at Big Sky Speedway
June 16 - Kelly Miller at Gallatin Speedway
June 17 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway

 

 

Jake Bubak Leads All With The American Sprint Car Series At WaKeeney Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – WAKEENEY, Kan. (July 1, 2023) A lifetime of laps growing up racing at WaKeeney Speedway continues to pay off for Jake Bubak, who, for the second year in a row, rolled into Victory Lane with the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com.

“We definitely made up for last night,” stated Bubak, who suffered a DNF Friday. “I have to thank Patrick so much. He and I are gelling right now, and these engines run unbelievably. Very thankful to him and his family for bringing me out here.”

A $5,000 payday for the Colorado shoe, Bubak raced wheel-to-wheel with Blake Hahn through the opening lap. Able to jump ahead of the DriveWFX.com No. 52, the pair were quick into traffic numerous times. Allowing Hahn to close and look for room to advance on the 360 Civil No. 27b, the cautions would keep bringing the leaders back into clean air, but not without a few close calls.

Able to avoid disaster through the back markers, the final restart on Lap 19 saw Bubak dart away by 0.906-seconds. Blake Hahn in second, was followed by Jason Martin, Oklahoma’s Whit Gastineau fourth was followed by Brandon Anderson.

Going after the No. 55b numerous times, Matt Covington would have to settle for sixth, with Zach Blurton seventh. Jordon Mallett, Jeremy Huish, and Howard Moore completed the top ten.

The 25-car field was topped in Driver’s Project Qualifying by Blake Hahn, who topped his track record of 14.700-seconds with a 14.673-second lap. Three AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races were won by Chris Morgan, Brandon Anderson, and Whit Gastineau.

The next event for the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com is the Steve King Memorial at Dodge City Raceway Park in Dodge City, Kan. on Friday, July 7 ($3,000 to win, $400 to start), and Saturday, July 8 ($5,088 to win, $500 to start).

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer. New subscribers can receive 25% off when they use promo code ASCS2023 at checkout.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

Race Results:

ASCS National

WaKeeney Speedway (WaKenney, Kan.)

Saturday, July 1, 2023

Car Count: 25

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying (Top 4 in each group invert into Heat Races)

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 27B-Jake Bubak, 14.864[6]; 2. 36-Jason Martin, 15.028[7]; 3. 88-Jordan Knight, 15.044[8]; 4. 7C-Chris Morgan, 15.198[1]; 5. 3-Howard Moore, 15.222[5]; 6. 88J-Jeremy Huish, 15.386[9]; 7. 0J-Jeremy McCune, 15.558[3]; 8. 3J-Joel Mellon, 15.800[4]; 9. (DNS) 74-Zack Merritt, NT

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 1M-Don Droud Jr, 14.805[7]; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett, 14.832[4]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 15.123[1]; 4. 6T-Kaden Taylor, 15.132[2]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 15.163[8]; 6. 2J-Zach Blurton, 15.201[5]; 7. 91-Michael Day, 15.351[6]; 8. 44-Ryan Rader, 17.450[3]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn, 14.673[1]; 2. 95-Matt Covington, 14.801[3]; 3. 2-Whit Gastineau, 14.856[7]; 4. 99-Tony Rost, 15.014[2]; 5. 10C-Jeremy Campbell, 15.020[6]; 6. 91X-Jeff Stasa, 15.341[4]; 7. 10-Tyler Knight, 15.496[5]; 8. 6-Christopher Townsend, 15.758[8]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races (All drivers advance to the A-Feature)

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 7C-Chris Morgan[1]; 2. 36-Jason Martin[3]; 3. 27B-Jake Bubak[4]; 4. 88-Jordan Knight[2]; 5. 3-Howard Moore[5]; 6. 88J-Jeremy Huish[6]; 7. 3J-Joel Mellon[8]; 8. 74-Zack Merritt[9]; 9. 0J-Jeremy McCune[7]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[2]; 2. 6T-Kaden Taylor[1]; 3. 2J-Zach Blurton[6]; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett[3]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson[5]; 6. 1M-Don Droud Jr[4]; 7. 44-Ryan Rader[7]; 8. (DNS) 91-Michael Day

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 2-Whit Gastineau[2]; 2. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[1]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[3]; 5. 99-Tony Rost[5]; 6. 6-Christopher Townsend[8]; 7. 91X-Jeff Stasa[6]; 8. 10-Tyler Knight[7]

A-Feature

RacinDirt A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 27B-Jake Bubak[2]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[1]; 3. 36-Jason Martin[4]; 4. 2-Whit Gastineau[3]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson[5]; 6. 95-Matt Covington[8]; 7. 2J-Zach Blurton[7]; 8. 14-Jordon Mallett[9]; 9. 88J-Jeremy Huish[17]; 10. 45X-Kyler Johnson[14]; 11. 3-Howard Moore[15]; 12. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[11]; 13. 7C-Chris Morgan[6]; 14. 99-Tony Rost[13]; 15. 88-Jordan Knight[12]; 16. 0J-Jeremy McCune[22]; 17. 91X-Jeff Stasa[19]; 18. 74-Zack Merritt[24]; 19. 10-Tyler Knight[21]; 20. 1M-Don Droud Jr[25]; 21. 3J-Joel Mellon[18]; 22. 44-Ryan Rader[20]; 23. 6T-Kaden Taylor[10]; 24. 6-Christopher Townsend[16]; 25. 91-Michael Day[23]

Lap Leader(s): Jake Bubak

KSE Hard Charger: Jeremy Huish +8

Driver's Project Quick Time: Blake Hahn 14.

High Point Driver: Blake Hahn 14.673 (NTR)

Provisional(s): N/A

ASCS Online:

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

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

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

Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R

6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R

10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)

13 Elijah Gile (Phoenix, AZ) R

14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)

23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)

36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)

45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)

55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)

71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R

91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R

95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 5 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/17 – 81-Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway); Matt Covington – 1 (6/16 – Humboldt Speedway); Jeffrey Newell – 1 (6/22 – Lawton Speedway); Alex Sewell – 1 (6/24 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 1 (6/30 – Boone County Raceway); Jake Bubak – 1 (7/1 – WaKeeney Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 1,940; 2. Matt Covington 1,894; 3. Jordon Mallett 1,773; 4. Howard Moore 1,769; 5. Brandon Anderson 1,753; 6. Kyler Johnson 1,629; 7. Christopher Townsend 1,488; 8. Michael Day 1,460; 9. Landon Britt 1,443; 10. Seth Bergman 1,237;

Support of the American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by RacinDirt.com, AR Dyno Specialty, BMRS, The Driver’s Project, Schoenfeld, Brodix, Kinsler Fuel Injection, Smiley’s Racing Products, Impact Signs, Hoosier Tire, RacinDirt.com, and MyRacePass.com.

 

 

Hahn Rallies For Epic ASCS Score Over Dover At Boone County Raceway

Bryan Hulbert – ALBION, Neb. (June 30, 2023) Making his fourth start of the season with the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com on Friday at Boone County Raceway, Oklahoma’s Blake Hahn held off the charge of Nebraska’s Jack Dover at the line by 0.008-seconds.

“We had a really good car, and Jack was fast there at the end. He gave it all he had in that last corner, but we were able to get by. Going down the front stretch dragging, I put the pedal down as far as she’d go, and I might have floated the valves a little bit, but that was all she had, and actually, I wasn’t even looking straight; I was looking right to see if I got him at the line,” stated Hahn in Victory Lane.

“It doesn’t get much better than that, and I need to thank Jack [Dover] for racing us so clean. He had every opportunity to lean on us a little bit, but that’s what good racing is. To be able to race that hard and never touch.”

Hahn’s 21st career win with the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com, Boone County Raceway is the 14th track that Hahn has earned a win at, and second in the state of Nebraska.

Taking off third in the DriveWFX.com No. 52, the opening laps were commanded by Matt Covington, who led the opening revolution, then Jack Dover, who took over the point on Lap 2 when the field came back to green after a spin by Tim Estenson off the second turn.

Hahn to second on Lap 4 with an inside, out move on Covington, the chase for the lead was on as traffic came into view. Working the cushion at both ends of the three-eighths-mile oval, the pair went three wide in traffic working Lap 8 with Dover holding the point by 0.009-seconds. Hahn to the top in the first and second turns, Dover stuck low, leaving the top open into turn three. Across the track to take the line, three wide again for a moment, Hahn had just enough room to turn under the No. 53 and take the lead.

A scare racing by slower cars on Lap 11 when Hahn went to squeeze between the lapped car and the wall, the No. 52 found right side tires and went air born. Able to keep the car upright and rolling, the leaders got a reprieve from traffic with a caution on Lap 14 for Joey Danley who stopped at the bottom of the second turn.

Blake was able to begin pacing away for a moment on the restart, but the final ten laps again brought the back of the pack into play. Starting to inch up on Hahn, the No. 53 closed for a shot on Lap 23. Sliding Hahn in one and two, Blake was able to work back around to hold the lead.

To the white flag, and Hahn nearly slipped the cushion in turns three and four. Giving Dover one last shot, the No. 53 rolled a diamond off the second turn. Shooting under Blake into three and four, the slide job from Dover was met with a crossover and drag race to the line with Hahn able to secure the top of the podium.

Jack Dover in second was followed by Jason Martin from eighth. Following from ninth, Missouri’s Garrett Williamson wheeled to fourth with Don Droud, Jr. earning the KSE Hard Charger of the Race with a run from 12th to fifth. Matt Covington ended up sixth, with Howard Moore, Zach Blurton, Joey Danley, Kyler Johnson, and Chris Martin completing the top ten.

Friday’s show at Boone County Raceway welcomed a field of 24 drivers. The Driver’s Project Qualifying saw a new track record set by Jake Bubak at 13.575-seconds. AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races were won by Chris Martin, Jordon Mallett, and Jason Martin.

The next event for the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com is WaKeeney Speedway on Saturday, July 1. The $5,000 to win, $500 to start opens at 5:00 P.M., with racing at 7:47 P.M. (CDT). All-Access Passes are $30, general admission is $20, and kids 12 and under are free into the grandstands. IMCA Hobby Stocks, IMCA Sport Mods, and Crazy Cruisers are also on the card.

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 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer. New subscribers can receive 25% off when they use promo code ASCS2023 at checkout.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

Race Results:

ASCS National

Boone County Raceway (Albion, Neb.)

Friday, June 30, 2023

Car Count: 24

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying (Top 4 in each group invert into Heat Races)

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington, 13.753[3]; 2. 53-Jack Dover, 14.025[5]; 3. 1M-Don Droud Jr, 14.036[2]; 4. 44-Chris Martin, 14.045[7]; 5. 14D-Joey Danley, 14.114[4]; 6. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 14.164[8]; 7. 14J-Josh Riggins, 14.209[1]; 8. 6-Christopher Townsend, 14.398[6]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 14T-Tim Estenson, 13.993[3]; 2. 55-Garet Williamson, 14.193[5]; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett, 14.253[8]; 4. 2J-Zach Blurton, 14.528[7]; 5. 0J-Jeremy McCune, 14.676[6]; 6. 91X-Brandon Stevenson, 14.680[4]; 7. 36X-Rick Hansen, 15.697[1]; 8. (DNS) 57B-Boyd Peterson, NT

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 27B-Jake Bubak, 13.575[4]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn, 13.933[7]; 3. 3-Howard Moore, 14.307[8]; 4. 36-Jason Martin, 14.308[3]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 14.360[5]; 6. 91-Michael Day, 14.825[1]; 7. 4X-Jason Danley, 14.845[2]; 8. 1-Brian Gramm, 15.549[6]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races (All drivers advance to the A-Feature)

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 44-Chris Martin[1]; 2. 53-Jack Dover[3]; 3. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 4. 1M-Don Droud Jr[2]; 5. 14D-Joey Danley[5]; 6. 6-Christopher Townsend[7]; 7. 55B-Brandon Anderson[6]; 8. (DNS) 14J-Josh Riggins

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[2]; 2. 2J-Zach Blurton[1]; 3. 14T-Tim Estenson[4]; 4. 55-Garet Williamson[3]; 5. 91X-Brandon Stevenson[6]; 6. 0J-Jeremy McCune[5]; 7. 36X-Rick Hansen[7]; 8. (DNS) 57B-Boyd Peterson

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin[1]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 3. 3-Howard Moore[2]; 4. 27B-Jake Bubak[4]; 5. 91-Michael Day[6]; 6. 45X-Kyler Johnson[5]; 7. 4X-Jason Danley[7]; 8. 1-Brian Gramm[8]

A-Feature

RacinDirt A-Main (30 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 2. 53-Jack Dover[4]; 3. 36-Jason Martin[8]; 4. 55-Garet Williamson[9]; 5. 1M-Don Droud Jr[12]; 6. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 7. 3-Howard Moore[10]; 8. 2J-Zach Blurton[11]; 9. 14D-Joey Danley[15]; 10. 45X-Kyler Johnson[16]; 11. 44-Chris Martin[7]; 12. 14-Jordon Mallett[5]; 13. 4X-Jason Danley[19]; 14. 6-Christopher Townsend[17]; 15. 55B-Brandon Anderson[21]; 16. 0J-Jeremy McCune[18]; 17. 91-Michael Day[14]; 18. 1-Brian Gramm[22]; 19. 91X-Brandon Stevenson[13]; 20. 36X-Rick Hansen[20]; 21. 14T-Tim Estenson[2]; 22. 27B-Jake Bubak[6]; 23. 57B-Boyd Peterson[24]; 24. 14J-Josh Riggins[23]

Lap Leader(s): Matt Covington 1; Jack Dover 2-8; Blake Hahn 9-30

KSE Hard Charger: Don Droud, Jr. +7

Driver's Project Quick Time: Jake Bubak 13.575-seconds (NTR)

High Point Driver: Matt Covington

Provisional(s): N/A

ASCS Online:

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

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

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

Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R

6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R

10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)

13 Elijah Gile (Phoenix, AZ) R

14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)

23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)

36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)

45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)

55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)

71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R

91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R

95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 5 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/17 – 81-Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway); Matt Covington – 1 (6/16 – Humboldt Speedway); Jeffrey Newell – 1 (6/22 – Lawton Speedway); Alex Sewell – 1 (6/24 – Caney Valley Speedway); Blake Hahn – 1 (6/30 – Boone County Raceway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 1,802; 2. Matt Covington 1,772; 3. Howard Moore 1,661; 4. Jordon Mallett 1,657; 5. Brandon Anderson 1,628; 6. Kyler Johnson 1,519; 7. Landon Britt 1,443; 8. Christopher Townsend 1,402; 9. Michael Day 1,375; 10. Seth Bergman 1,237;

Support of the American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by RacinDirt.com, AR Dyno Specialty, BMRS, The Driver’s Project, Schoenfeld, Brodix, Kinsler Fuel Injection, Smiley’s Racing Products, Impact Signs, Hoosier Tire, RacinDirt.com, and MyRacePass.com.

 

 

Nebraska And Kansas On Deck For The American Sprint Car Series

Bryan Hulbert - DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (June 28, 2023) Making the run through Nebraska and Kansas this Independence Day Weekend, the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com will be at Boone County Raceway in Albion, Neb. on Friday, June 30, then WaKeeney Speedway in WaKeeney, Kan. on Saturday, July 1.

The return to the one-third-mile oval at the Boone County Fairgrounds, last year's series debut saw Oklahoma's Matt Covington win a dogfight of a feature over Jason Martin.

This Friday's Norfolk Transmission & Muffler, Boone County Challenge, opens at 1:00 P.M. in the Pits and 5:00 P.M. in the stands. Hot Laps are set to be on track at 7:15 P.M., with racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $25 for adults, $15 for youth (12-18), and free for kids 11 and under. Pit Passes are $30.

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.

Sprint Cars and Fireworks are on deck Saturday, July 1, at WaKeeney Speedway. Colorado's Jake Bubak and Quinter, Kan. shoe, Zach Blurton added their names to the list of winners at WaKeeney in 2022. The 2021 return went to Liberal's Jason Martin. Three visits in 1995, 1996, and 1998 all went to Dodge City's Garry Lee Maier.

Saturday, July 1, will feature a Fireworks show after the races. Gates open at 5:00 P.M., with racing at 7:47 P.M. (CDT). All-Access Passes are $30, general admission is $20, and kids 12 and under are free into the grandstands. IMCA Hobby Stocks, IMCA Sport Mods, and Crazy Cruisers are also on the card.

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.

Going into the weekend, Jason Martin holds a slim 20 point advantage over Matt Covington. Carrying momentum into the weekend, Jordon Mallett has closed his gap down to 119 markers.

Likewise for Howard Moore, who is enter with a pair of podium runs, and trails by only 128 points. Brandon Anderson is fifth in standings, with Landon Britt, Kyler Johnson, Christopher Townsend, Michael Day, and Seth Bergman make up the top ten.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer. New subscribers can receive 25% off when they use promo code ASCS2023 at checkout.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

Quick Info:

Who: American Sprint Car Series

Where: Boone Co. Raceway and WaKeeney Speedway

When: June 30 and July 1

Event Information (Boone County Raceway)

Pits: 1:00 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: 454.050 (Channel 5)

Prices:

Adults: $25

Youth 12-18: $15

Kids 11 & Under: Free

Pit Pass: $30

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/

Event Information (WaKeeney Speedway)

Pits: 3:00 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: 7:47 P.M.

Muffler: Open

RACEceiver: 454.050 (Channel 5)

Prices:

Adults: $20

Senior / Military: $15

Youth 13-16: $10

Kids 12 & Under: Free

All Access Passes: $30

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/americansprintcarseries

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

Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R

6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R

10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)

13 Elijah Gile (Phoenix, AZ) R

14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)

23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)

36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)

45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)

55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)

71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R

91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R

95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 5 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/17 – 81-Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway); Matt Covington – 1 (6/16 – Humboldt Speedway); Jeffrey Newell – 1 (6/22 – Lawton Speedway); Alex Sewell – 1 (6/24 – Caney Valley Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 1,670; 2. Matt Covington 1,650; 3. Jordon Mallett 1,551; 4. Howard Moore 1,542; 5. Brandon Anderson 1,528; 6. Landon Britt 1,443; 7. Kyler Johnson 1,409; 8. Christopher Townsend 1,300; 9. Michael Day 1,279; 10. Seth Bergman 1,237;

Support of the American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by RacinDirt.com, AR Dyno Specialty, BMRS, The Driver’s Project, Schoenfeld, Brodix, Kinsler Fuel Injection, Smiley’s Racing Products, Impact Signs, Hoosier Tire, RacinDirt.com, and MyRacePass.com.

 

 

RacinDirt.com Named Presenting Sponsor Of The American Sprint Car Series

Bryan Hulbert - DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (June 27, 2023) Announced last week that RacinDirt.com was taking over as the official live online broadcast provider of the American Sprint Car Series, this week goes even bigger as RacinDirt.com has acquired the presenting sponsor rights to the American Sprint Car Series.

"For RacinDirt.com to step up as the presenting sponsor for this series speaks volumes about their level of commitment," stated ASCS Owner, Terry Mattox. "Trenton and Austin have built an awesome brand, and they've staffed it accordingly. That makes a huge difference, and we're thrilled to be part of it."

Founded in 2010, RacinDirt.com is the vision of Trenton Berry and Austin Krueger. Since its inception, RacinDirt.com has covered Modified and Late Model events throughout the Midwest, and is the official streaming service of the Summit USMTS National Championship, of which they are also the presenting sponsor. Only recently have Sprint Cars joined the streaming platform's catalog.

“Opportunities like what Terry Mattox has presented, hardly ever come around. We knew when it did, it was a no brainer," stated RacinDirt.com co-founder, Trenton Berry. "We try to help in all facets when we enter into a partnership. We’re committed to a making a significant investment into the ASCS and pushing it forward. These first few weeks have been great, and it’s only going full steam ahead from this point!”

Along with the National Tour of the American Sprint Car Series, RacinDirt.com also features the AmeriFlex Hose and Accessories Oil Capital Racing Series, United Rebel Sprint Series presented by Mel Hambelton Ford, United Sprint League, American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley's Racing, and ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps. All of which are under the Terry Mattox Racing umbrella of series.

The next events for the American Sprint Car Series are Friday, June 30 at Boone County Raceway on Albion, Neb. for $4,000 to win, $400 to start, the. WaKeeney Speedway on Saturday, July 1 in WaKeeney, Kan. for $5,000 to win, $500 to start.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer. New subscribers can receive 25% off when they use promo code ASCS2023 at checkout.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

Alex Sewell Charges To His First Career ASCS National Victory At Caney Valley Speedway!

Bryan Hulbert – CANEY, Kan. (June 24, 2023) A race that saw every high and low imaginable Saturday night at Caney Valley Speedway, the highest moment came as 13th starting Alex Sewell stormed into Victory Lane for the first time with the American Sprint Car Series.

The 168th winner with the American Sprint Car Series, Sewell is the second in as many races to add his name to the list, joining Jeffrey Newell, who won Thursday at Lawton. Drivers from 11 cities in Oklahoma have won with the American Sprint Car Series. Sewell is the fifth from Broken Arrow.

"This is a dream come true me. I've been racing with this series for, shoot I don't know, 15-years now, and these wins; they don't come easy," stated an ecstatic Alex Sewell.

Wrapped up in a massive hug by his Father in Victory Lane, emotionally, Alex talked about what that meant to him.

"It means the world to get to come out here and do this with him, and to be able to pay him back a little bit with a win. It feel freaking nice. I wouldn't want to do this with anyone else."

After several cautions throughout the 30-lap event, Sewell kept his nose clean and made it into the top five on Lap 8. Rolling like a shot on restarts, Sewell battled past Howard Moore for second on Lap 13. Out front from the start, Andrew Deal led the way by over two seconds as he worked into traffic on Lap 15.

Trying to work around a slower car, that would be where his night ended as Fred Mattox went around and collected the No. 15d in the process.

Advancing Sewell to the point, the last challenge for the No. 8 came with a caution on Lap 27 for debris off the fourth turn. Able to find his marks through the final three revolutions, clean air allowed Alex to pull away by 1.619-seconds.

Howard Moore, from ninth, held on for second as Brandon Anderson salvaged his night with a massive run from the back of the pack to third after getting collected and turned on Lap 2. Sidelined in his Heat Race with a failed engine, Jordon Mallett had to grid the field 22nd but was able to march ahead 18 positions to finish fourth. Bradley Fezard completed the top five.

Kyler Johnson made up six spots, with Matt Covington, who, like Anderson, had to salvage his night, in seventh. Jace Park crossed eighth, followed by Jason Martin, who had to fight back after tipping on his side on an early restart. Joshua Tyre completed the top ten.

The 24-car field at Caney Valley Speedway was topped in The Driver’s Project Qualifying by Jace Park, who established a new track record at 11.743-seconds. A trio of AR Dyno Specialty Heat Race wins went to Sean McClelland, Andrew Deal, and Jeremy Campbell. The KSE Hard Charger was Alex Sewell, who gained 12 spots from his scheduled starting spot.

The next event for the American Sprint Car Series is a $4,000 to win, $400 to start showdown at Boone County Raceway on Friday, June 30 at Albion, Neb., followed by the next $5,000 to win, $500 to start Super Summer Series event at WaKeeney Speedway in WaKeeney, Kan. on Saturday, July 1.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. New subscribers can save 25% when using promo code ASCS2023 at checkout (website only). RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

RACE RESULTS:

ASCS National

Caney Valley Speedway (Caney, Kan.)

Saturday, June 24, 2023

Car Count: 24

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying (Top 4 in each group invert into Heat Races)

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington, 11.817[5]; 2. 10-Landon Britt, 11.876[6]; 3. 1-Sean McClelland, 11.911[8]; 4. 6-Christopher Townsend, 12.074[3]; 5. 8-Alex Sewell, 12.198[4]; 6. 26M-Fred Mattox, 12.221[1]; 7. 00-Broc Elliott, 12.594[2]; 8. (DNS) 1H-Hank Davis, 12.594

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 11.950[2]; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett, 11.973[1]; 3. 15D-Andrew Deal, 12.029[7]; 4. 8M-Kade Morton, 12.053[6]; 5. 938-Bradley Fezard, 12.096[5]; 6. 7C-Chris Morgan, 12.215[8]; 7. 31-Casey Wills, 12.291[4]; 8. 91-Michael Day, 23.388[3]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 87J-Jace Park, 11.743[1]; 2. 3-Howard Moore, 11.854[2]; 3. 10C-Jeremy Campbell, 11.886[3]; 4. 12-Jeffrey Newell, 11.918[6]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 11.965[7]; 6. 36-Jason Martin, 12.053[4]; 7. 3X-Noah Harris, 12.132[5]; 8. 1T-Joshua Tyre, 13.050[8]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races (All drivers advance to the A-Feature)

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 1-Sean McClelland[2]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 3. 10-Landon Britt[3]; 4. 6-Christopher Townsend[1]; 5. 8-Alex Sewell[5]; 6. 26M-Fred Mattox[6]; 7. 1H-Hank Davis[8]; 8. 00-Broc Elliott[7]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 15D-Andrew Deal[2]; 2. 938-Bradley Fezard[5]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson[4]; 4. 8M-Kade Morton[1]; 5. 31-Casey Wills[7]; 6. 7C-Chris Morgan[6]; 7. 91-Michael Day[8]; 8. 14-Jordon Mallett[3]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[2]; 2. 12-Jeffrey Newell[1]; 3. 87J-Jace Park[4]; 4. 3-Howard Moore[3]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson[5]; 6. 36-Jason Martin[6]; 7. 3X-Noah Harris[7]; 8. 1T-Joshua Tyre[8]

A-Feature

RacinDirt A-Main (30 Laps): 1. 8-Alex Sewell[13]; 2. 3-Howard Moore[9]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson[4]; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett[22]; 5. 938-Bradley Fezard[7]; 6. 45X-Kyler Johnson[12]; 7. 95-Matt Covington[6]; 8. 87J-Jace Park[5]; 9. 36-Jason Martin[16]; 10. 1T-Joshua Tyre[21]; 11. 6-Christopher Townsend[15]; 12. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[3]; 13. 26M-Fred Mattox[18]; 14. 00-Broc Elliott[23]; 15. 15D-Andrew Deal[1]; 16. 91-Michael Day[19]; 17. 3X-Noah Harris[20]; 18. 7C-Chris Morgan[17]; 19. 8M-Kade Morton[14]; 20. 1-Sean McClelland[2]; 21. 12-Jeffrey Newell[10]; 22. 31-Casey Wills[11]; 23. 10-Landon Britt[8]; 24. 1H-Hank Davis[24]

Lap Leader(s): Andrew Deal 1-19; Alex Sewell 20-30

KSE Hard Charger: Alex Sewell +12

Driver's Project Quick Time: Jace Park 11.743-seconds (NTR)

High Point Driver: Matt Covington

Provisional(s): N/A

ASCS Online:*

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

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

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

Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R

6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R

10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)

13 Elijah Gile (Phoenix, AZ) R

14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)

23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)

36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)

45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)

55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)

71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R

91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R

95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 5 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/17 – 81-Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway); Matt Covington – 1 (6/16 – Humboldt Speedway); Jeffrey Newell – 1 (6/22 – Lawton Speedway); Alex Sewell – 1 (6/24 – Caney Valley Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 1,670; 2. Matt Covington 1,650; 3. Jordon Mallett 1,551; 4. Howard Moore 1,542; 5. Brandon Anderson 1,528; 6. Landon Britt 1,443; 7. Kyler Johnson 1,409; 8. Christopher Townsend 1,300; 9. Michael Day 1,279; 10. Seth Bergman 1,237;

Support of the American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by AR Dyno Specialty, BMRS, The Driver’s Project, Schoenfeld, Brodix, Kinsler Fuel Injection, Smiley’s Racing Products, Impact Signs, Hoosier Tire, RacinDirt.com, and MyRacePass.com.

 

 

Jeffrey Newell Lands First Career ASCS National Victory At Lawton Speedway!

Bryan Hulbert – LAWTON, Okla. (June 22, 2023) Leading start-to-finish and going green-to-checkered at Lawton Speedway, Tulsa’s Jeffrey Newell captured his first career A-Feature victory Thursday night with the American Sprint Car Series.

The 167th different winner with the American Sprint Car Series, Newell is the fifth driver from Tulsa, Okla. to do so, and the seventh different winner on the 2023 season.

“Man, we’ve had a pretty tough start to our season, and I appreciate Rick and Corinna at Drywall Systems for sticking with me. We’ve been close to winning on a few really big Micro races, and this...this is only our second Sprint Car outing this year, so to get a win; says a lot about this team. They work their butts off,” said Newell in Victory Lane.

Pocketing $4,000 for his efforts, the 2022 Tulsa Shootout Stock Non-Wing Champion shot to the point through the opening two turns over Jason Martin. Finding traffic by Lap 8 as the race for second went the way of Matt Covington, the T&L Foundry No. 95 rolled up to challenge for the point on Lap 12. On Jeffrey's back bumper off the fourth turn, Matt took a look but could not get the run.

Able to pull away as Traffic intervened, the No. 95 also started to develop an engine stumble. Looking like Howard Moore, who worked to third on Lap 18, was going to be able to take advantage; traffic this time played to Covington’s advantage.

Working low on lapped traffic through the final laps, Newell made it to the checkered flag with 1.643-seconds to spare. Matt Covington held onto second, with Howard Moore third. Jason Martin ended up fourth, with Andrew Deal fifth.

Jordon Mallett, from 12th, made it to sixth, followed by Landon Britt from 13th. Leaving as the KSE Hard Charger, Brandon Anderson made up eight positions to finish eighth. Joe Wood, Jr. and Jace Park completed the top ten.

The 21-car field at Lawton Speedway was topped in The Driver’s Project Qualifying by Matt Covington, who established the ASCS Track Record at 13.281-seconds. A trio of AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races went to Joe Wood, Jr., Christopher Townsend, and Jason Martin. The KSE Hard Charger of the Night was Brandon Anderson.

The next event for the American Sprint Car Series is Saturday, June 24, at Caney Valley Speedway, paying $5,000 to win, $500 to start. Gates open at 4:00 P.M. for the pits and 5:00 P.M. for the grandstands. Hot Laps begins at 7:00 P.M., with racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for seniors, $5 for youth (6-12), and free for kids five and under. Pits are $35.

Caney Valley Speedway is located just north of Caney, Kan., at 1324 County Road 1600. Information on the track is online at https://www.caneyvalleyspeedway.net.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. New subscribers can save 25% when using promo code ASCS2023 at checkout (website only). RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

RACE RESULTS:

ASCS National

Lawton Speedway (Lawton, Okla.)

Thursday, June 22, 2023

Car Count: 21

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying (Top 4 in each group invert into Heat Races)

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 14-Jordon Mallett, 13.367[5]; 2. 15D-Andrew Deal, 13.433[6]; 3. 03-Joe Wood Jr, 13.454[2]; 4. 31-Casey Wills, 13.580[3]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 13.650[4]; 6. 8M-Kade Morton, 14.059[1]; 7. 1-Brian Gramm, 14.125[7]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington, 13.281[6]; 2. 3-Howard Moore, 13.311[3]; 3. 10-Landon Britt, 13.437[1]; 4. 6-Christopher Townsend, 13.795[7]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 13.877[4]; 6. 10P-Parker Ezell, 16.100[2]; 7. (DNS) 91-Michael Day NT

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 12-Jeffrey Newell, 13.475[2]; 2. 87J-Jace Park, 13.598[6]; 3. 36-Jason Martin, 13.635[7]; 4. 16S-Steven Shebester, 13.803[5]; 5. 0J-Jeremy McCune, 13.839[4]; 6. 2B-Brett Becker, 13.952[3]; 7. 96-Brandon Sampson, 15.009[1]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races (All drivers advance to the A-Feature)

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 03-Joe Wood Jr[2]; 2. 31-Casey Wills[1]; 3. 15D-Andrew Deal[3]; 4. 8M-Kade Morton[6]; 5. 1-Brian Gramm[7]; 6. 14-Jordon Mallett[4]; 7. 45X-Kyler Johnson[5]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 6-Christopher Townsend[1]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 3. 3-Howard Moore[3]; 4. 10-Landon Britt[2]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson[5]; 6. 91-Michael Day[7]; 7. 10P-Parker Ezell[6]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin[2]; 2. 16S-Steven Shebester[1]; 3. 87J-Jace Park[3]; 4. 12-Jeffrey Newell[4]; 5. 0J-Jeremy McCune[5]; 6. 2B-Brett Becker[6]; 7. 96-Brandon Sampson[7]

A-Feature

A-Main (30 Laps): 1. 12-Jeffrey Newell[1]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 3. 3-Howard Moore[5]; 4. 36-Jason Martin[2]; 5. 15D-Andrew Deal[6]; 6. 14-Jordon Mallett[12]; 7. 10-Landon Britt[13]; 8. 55B-Brandon Anderson[16]; 9. 03-Joe Wood Jr[3]; 10. 87J-Jace Park[7]; 11. 6-Christopher Townsend[8]; 12. 16S-Steven Shebester[11]; 13. 8M-Kade Morton[9]; 14. 31-Casey Wills[10]; 15. 2B-Brett Becker[17]; 16. 0J-Jeremy McCune[15]; 17. 1-Brian Gramm[14]; 18. 96-Brandon Sampson[19]; 19. 45X-Kyler Johnson[20]; 20. 91-Michael Day[21]; 21. (DNS) 10P-Parker Ezell

Lap Leader(s): Jeffrey Newell 1-30

KSE Hard Charger: Brandon Anderson +8

Driver's Project Quick Time: Matt Covington 13.281-seconds (NTR)

High Point Driver: Matt Covington

Provisional(s): N/A

ASCS Online:

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

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

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

Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R

6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R

10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)

13 Elijah Gile (Phoenix, AZ) R

14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)

23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)

36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)

45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)

55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)

71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R

91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R

95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 5 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/17 – 81-Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway); Matt Covington – 1 (6/16 – Humboldt Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 1,427; 2. Matt Covington 1,389; 3. Jordon Mallett 1,299; 4. Brandon Anderson 1,277; 5. Howard Moore 1,265; 6. Seth Bergman 1,237; 7. Landon Britt 1,27; 8. Kyler Johnson 1,195; 9. Michael Day 1,091; 10. Christopher Townsend 1,084;

Support of the American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by AR Dyno Specialty, BMRS, The Driver’s Project, Schoenfeld, Brodix, Kinsler Fuel Injection, Smiley’s Racing Products, Impact Signs, Hoosier Tire, RacinDirt.com, and MyRacePass.com.

 

 

RacinDirt.com Takes Over As The Official Streaming Service Of The American Sprint Car Series!

DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (June 19, 2023) RacinDirt.com has stepped up and taken over as the official live online broadcast provider of the American Sprint Car Series for the remainder of the 2023 season and beyond.

“I’ve seen RacinDirt’s coverage of USMTS for years, and it’s always been great, but to see what they bring to the track, even when it’s just a couple of cameras, and see the level of work they put into making a quality broadcast, it’s amazing. I’m very much looking forward to working with RacinDirt for many years to come,” said ASCS owner Terry Mattox.

Already the official streaming service of several Terry Mattox Racing-owned series, like the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products, ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps, AmeriFlex Oil Capital Racing Series, and United Rebel Sprint Series presented by Mel Hambelton Ford, adding the National Tour of the American Sprint Car Series was a simple choice.

“We are obviously incredibly happy to make this announcement. RacinDirt is a homegrown, grassroots company, just like Terry Mattox Racing and the American Sprint Car Series,” stated RacinDirt co-owner Trenton Berry. “I can’t thank FloRacing enough for helping facilitate this transition. We’re happy to be associated with such champions in the industry. This brand of racing, the teams who follow it, and the great tracks they visit all align with our company so well.”

Fans can subscribe to RacinDirt.com on a monthly or yearly auto-renewing subscription. For a limited time, fans can receive a 25% discount when they sign up for the yearly subscription by using promo code ASCS2023 at checkout.

The next events for the American Sprint Car Series are Thursday, June 22, at Lawton Speedway (Lawton, Okla.) and Caney Valley Speedway (Caney, Kan.) on Saturday, June 24.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer. New subscribers can receive 25% off when they use promo code ASCS2023 at checkout.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

Lawton and Caney Valley Speedway On Deck For The American Sprint Car Series!

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (June 20, 2023) On track again this Thursday, June 22, at Lawton Speedway, and Saturday, June 24, at Caney Valley Speedway, the American Sprint Car Series will race for added money.

Upping the bottom of the purse Thursday to $500 to start the A-Feature at Lawton Speedway, the winner will walk away with $4,000. Debuting a new higher purse Saturday at Caney Valley Speedway, the winner’s share has been moved to $5,000 with money added throughout the A-Feature payout, including start money upped to $500.

The $5,000 to win, $500 to start payout at Caney is the first of several events that will see the higher payout in 2023.

Eighteen previous visits to Lawton Speedway with 11 different winners, the series has been absent from the quarter-mile-oval since 2019 when Sam Hafertepe, Jr. captured his third career victory at the Edwards family-owned facility. Tying Wayne Johnson with a trio of wins, only Gary Wright has more with four trips to Victory Lane.

Thursday, June 22, at Lawton Speedway, opens at 4:00 P.M. for teams to park and 5:00 P.M. for the grandstands. Hot Laps begin at 7:00 P.M. with racing at 7:47 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for seniors (60+), military (with ID), $10 for youth (6-11), and free for kids five and under. Pits are $40.

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.

A late addition to the 2023 lineup, the Saturday swing was originally slated for Texas; however, the show was forced to be relocated to Caney Valley Speedway, and with it, a higher payout.

A track that spent a long time off the National Tour schedule, the series hit the Kansas oval for the first time in 1993, with Terry Gray taking the win, but did not return until 2020 with Sam Hafertepe, Jr. in Victory Lane. Dylan Westbrook took the next two checkered flags, with Seth Bergman the most recent in September, 2022.

Saturday, June 24, opens at 4:00 P.M. for the pits and 5:00 P.M. for the grandstands. Hot Laps begins at 7:00 P.M., with racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for seniors, $5 for youth (6-12), and free for kids five and under. Pits are $35.

Caney Valley Speedway is located just north of Caney, Kan., at 1324 County Road 1600. Information on the track is online at https://www.caneyvalleyspeedway.net.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. New subscribers can save 25% when using promo code ASCS2023 at checkout (website only). RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

QUICK NOTES:

Who: American Sprint Car Series

Where: Lawton Speedway and Caney Valley Speedway

When: Thursday, June 22, 2023

Where: Lawton Speedway (Lawton, Okla.)

Pits: 4:00 P.M.

Stands: 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: 7:47 P.M.

Ticket Info:

Tickets: $20

Seniors, Military, Youth (12-15): $15

Youth (6-11): $10

Kids 5 & Under: Free

Pits: $40

Other Info:

Muffler: ASCS Schoenfeld Required

RACEceiver: 454.000

$4,000 to win, $500 to start

Track Contact Info:

Address: 3501 SW Sheridan Rd. Lawton, OK 73501

Phone: (918) 417-0624

Web: http://www.lawtonspeedway.com

Social: https://www.facebook.com/LawtonSpeedway

When: Saturday, June 24, 2023

Where: Caney Valley Speedway (Caney, Kan.)

Pits: 4:00 P.M.

Stands: 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.

Ticket Info:

Tickets: $20

Seniors: $15

Youth (6-12): $10

Kids 5 & Under: Free

Pits: $35

Other Info:

Muffler: N/A

RACEceiver: 454.000

$5,000 to win, $500 to start

Track Contact Info:

Address: 1324 County Rd. 1600 Caney, KS 6733

Phone: (918) 417-0624

Web: http://www.caneyvalleyspeedway.net

Social: http://www.facebook.com/Caneyvalleyspeedway

ASCS Online:

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

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

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

Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R

6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R

10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)

13 Elijah Gile (Phoenix, AZ) R

14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)

23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)

36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)

45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)

55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)

71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R

91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R

95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 5 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/17 – 81-Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway); Matt Covington – 1 (6/16 – Humboldt Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 1,427; 2. Matt Covington 1,389; 3. Jordon Mallett 1,299; 4. Brandon Anderson 1,277; 5. Howard Moore 1,265; 6. Seth Bergman 1,237; 7. Landon Britt 1,27; 8. Kyler Johnson 1,195; 9. Michael Day 1,091; 10. Christopher Townsend 1,084;

Support of the American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by AR Dyno Specialty, BMRS, The Driver’s Project, Schoenfeld, Brodix, Kinsler Fuel Injection, Smiley’s Racing Products, Impact Signs, Hoosier Tire, RacinDirt.com, and MyRacePass.com.



RacinDirt.com Takes Over As The Official Streaming Service Of The American Sprint Car Series!

DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (June 19, 2023) RacinDirt.com has stepped up and taken over as the official live online broadcast provider of the American Sprint Car Series for the remainder of the 2023 season and beyond.

“I’ve seen RacinDirt’s coverage of USMTS for years, and it’s always been great, but to see what they bring to the track, even when it’s just a couple of cameras, and see the level of work they put into making a quality broadcast, it’s amazing. I’m very much looking forward to working with RacinDirt for many years to come,” said ASCS owner Terry Mattox.

Already the official streaming service of several Terry Mattox Racing-owned series, like the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products, ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps, AmeriFlex Oil Capital Racing Series, and United Rebel Sprint Series presented by Mel Hambelton Ford, adding the National Tour of the American Sprint Car Series was a simple choice.

“We are obviously incredibly happy to make this announcement. RacinDirt is a homegrown, grassroots company, just like Terry Mattox Racing and the American Sprint Car Series,” stated RacinDirt co-owner Trenton Berry. “I can’t thank FloRacing enough for helping facilitate this transition. We’re happy to be associated with such champions in the industry. This brand of racing, the teams who follow it, and the great tracks they visit all align with our company so well.”

Fans can subscribe to RacinDirt.com on a monthly or yearly auto-renewing subscription. For a limited time, fans can receive a 25% discount when they sign up for the yearly subscription by using promo code ASCS2023 at checkout.

The next events for the American Sprint Car Series are Thursday, June 22, at Lawton Speedway (Lawton, Okla.) and Caney Valley Speedway (Caney, Kan.) on Saturday, June 24.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. New subscribers can save 25% when using promo code ASCS2023 at checkout (website only). RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

Jason Martin Storms Into ASCS

Victory Lane At 81 Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – PARK CITY, Kan. (June 17, 2023) Standing in Victory Lane as Mother Nature made her presence known Saturday night, Liberal, Kan. native Jason Martin held off the last lap charge of Matt Covington for his fifth win of the season with the American Sprint Car Series and ninth of his career.

A turnaround from the start of the three-day run for Jason, who got tangled up at Creek County Speedway, Martin explained he’d been chasing the car ever since.

Until Thursday, we’d been pretty good, just got tangled at Creek and it actually bent this car. It’s taken me two nights to figure out what the hell was wrong with it. I just kept messing with it because we were absolutely horrible earlier. I think we were 17th out of 19 in Hot Laps. I was mad, so I just started changing stuff.”

The first time for Martin to top the National Tour at 81 Speedway, the No. 36 shot to the lead on the opening lap with a pass on Kyler Johnson through the third and fourth turns.

Into traffic by the fifth lap, the No. 36 was slowed trying to navigate the back markers, allowing Brandon Anderson, who made it to second on Lap 2, to close the gap. Getting the shot at the top spot, Anderson took advantage on Lap 8.

Red on Lap 12 as Jeremy Campbell, Forest Sutherland, and Landon Britt tangled in the first turn, the restart would spell disaster for Anderson. With a massive puff of smoke at the end of the front stretch, the engine let go for the second race in a row down the backstretch.

Advancing Martin back to the point, the No. 36 sped away several times as Matt Covington came up to chase. In traffic again with less than three laps to go, the white flag saw Covington close from over a second to only 0.198-seconds behind. Mounting a charge down the backstretch, it was not enough to deny Jason Martin, who won by 0.297-seconds.

Kyler Johnson, third, was followed by Chris Morgan for his second career top-five finish with the American Sprint Car Series. Jordon Mallett completed the top five.

A rebound of sorts for Howard Moore after a flip at Humboldt Speedway, the No. 3 crossed sixth, with Chase Porter seventh. Tanner Conn from 13th made it to eighth, followed by Michael Day, Fred Mattox, and Zach Blurton from 18th to complete the top ten.

The field of 19 was led in The Driver’s Project Qualifying by Matt Covington at 14.354-seconds. A trio of AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races went to Matt Covington, Fred Mattox, and Chris Morgan. The KSE Hard Charger was Zach Blurton, with seven positions gained.

The next event for the American Sprint Car Series is Thursday, June 22, at Lawton Speedway. It was announced during Saturday’s Driver’s Meeting that the event will pay $4,000 to win but will increase to $500 to start. Saturday, June 24, at Caney Valley Speedway, is $5,000 to win, $500 to start.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at 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 (@ASCSRacing).

Race Results:

ASCS National

81-Speedway (Park City, Kan.)

Saturday, June 17, 2023

Car Count: 19

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying (Top 4 in each group invert into Heat Races)

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington, 14.354[4]; 2. 10-Landon Britt, 14.371[2]; 3. 36-Jason Martin, 14.421[5]; 4. 3X-Tanner Conn, 14.574[3]; 5. 2J-Zach Blurton, 14.620[1]; 6. 2-Chase Porter, 14.824[6]; 7. 31M-Eric Matthews, 15.859[7]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 10C-Jeremy Campbell, 14.543[2]; 2. 3-Howard Moore, 14.559[1]; 3. 26M-Fred Mattox, 14.727[4]; 4. 91-Jeff Stasa, 14.762[6]; 5. 91D-Michael Day, 14.875[3]; 6. 16S-Steven Shebester, 14.942[5]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 14.516[1]; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett, 14.614[6]; 3. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 14.679[3]; 4. 7C-Chris Morgan, 14.780[4]; 5. 85-Forrest Sutherland, 15.495[2]; 6. 6-Christopher Townsend, 16.049[5]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races (All drivers advance to the A-Feature)

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 2. 36-Jason Martin[2]; 3. 3X-Tanner Conn[1]; 4. 10-Landon Britt[3]; 5. 2-Chase Porter[6]; 6. 2J-Zach Blurton[5]; 7. 31M-Eric Matthews[7]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 26M-Fred Mattox[2]; 2. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[4]; 3. 91-Jeff Stasa[1]; 4. 91D-Michael Day[5]; 5. 3-Howard Moore[3]; 6. 16S-Steven Shebester[6]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 7C-Chris Morgan[1]; 2. 45X-Kyler Johnson[2]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson[4]; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett[3]; 5. 85-Forrest Sutherland[5]; 6. 6-Christopher Townsend[6]

A-Feature

RacinDirt A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin[2]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[6]; 3. 45X-Kyler Johnson[1]; 4. 7C-Chris Morgan[7]; 5. 14-Jordon Mallett[9]; 6. 3-Howard Moore[11]; 7. 2-Chase Porter[12]; 8. 3X-Tanner Conn[13]; 9. 91D-Michael Day[10]; 10. 26M-Fred Mattox[3]; 11. 2J-Zach Blurton[18]; 12. 91-Jeff Stasa[14]; 13. 31M-Eric Matthews[19]; 14. 16S-Steven Shebester[16]; 15. 55B-Brandon Anderson[4]; 16. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[5]; 17. 10-Landon Britt[8]; 18. 85-Forrest Sutherland[15]; 19. 6-Christopher Townsend[17]

Lap Leader(s): Jason Martin 1-7; 13-25; Brandon Anderson 8-12

KSE Hard Charger: Zach Blurton +7

Driver's Project Quick Time: Matt Covington 14.354-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/americansprintcarseries

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

Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R

6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R

10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)

14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)

23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)

36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)

45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)

55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)

71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R

91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R

95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 5 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/17 – 81-Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway); Matt Covington – 1 (6/16 – Humboldt Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 1,427; 2. Matt Covington 1,389; 3. Jordon Mallett 1,299; 4. Brandon Anderson 1,277; 5. Howard Moore 1,265; 6. Seth Bergman 1,237; 7. Landon Britt 1,27; 8. Kyler Johnson 1,195; 9. Michael Day 1,091; 10. Christopher Townsend 1,084;

Support of the American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by AR Dyno Specialty, BMRS, The Driver’s Project, Schoenfeld, Brodix, Kinsler Fuel Injection, Smiley’s Racing Products, Impact Signs, Hoosier Tire, RacinDirt.com, and MyRacePass.com.

 

 

Miller now 4-for-4, takes ASCS Frontier at Big Sky
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR
BILLINGS, Mont. - Kelly Miller's dominance of the ASCS Frontier Region sprint car series in 2023 continued on Saturday night, as he led all 25 laps of the main event at Big Sky Speedway.
The Lethbridge, Alberta driver has won all four ASCS Frontier races completed so far this season, and all four have come in dominating fashion aboard the KDM Motorsports No. 2jr Eagle. Saturday's win was by over 7.5 seconds ahead of runner-up Kory Wermling.
The feature was slowed twice for caution flags, the first in main events for the series all season outside of false starts. Phil Dietz came to a stop early on to bring out the first yellow, but he later rebounded to finish fourth. The second came when defending series champion Trever Kirkland slowed while running second and Richard Bailey spun to a stop on the front stretch at the same time. Kirkland's car was then pushed to the pit area, ending his night.
Wermling inherited the second position after Kirkland's misfortune and finished there in his No. 9k Two Dot Tech-powered Maxim. Joe Perry had the hard charge of the night, coming from the tenth starting position to finish third aboard the Chuck Perry No. 28 Don Ott-powered Maxim. Behind fourth place Dietz, Jordan Milne of Alberta finished fifth.
Heat races earlier in the evening were won by Wermling and Miller. In place of the redraw for the first two rows, a quick dash was run instead to determine the first four starting positions. Miller won that ahead of Josh Ostermiller, Wermling and Kirkland.
The next ASCS Frontier Region sprint car races are Friday and Saturday, July 7th and 8th at Big Sky Speedway.
More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with the 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
Big Sky Speedway
Billings, MT
June 17, 2023
UNOFFICIAL RESULTS
Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. 9k Kory Wermling, 2. 12 Josh Ostermiller, 3. 01 Rich Bailey, 4. 72 Phil Dietz, 5. 24m Ian Myers, 6. 28 Joe Perry, DNS - 69r Damon McCune.
Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. 2jr Kelly Miller, 2. 37 Trever Kirkland, 3. 3 Jordan Milne, 4. 2n Shad Petersen, 5. 18 Paul Jones, DNS - 0J Jeremy McCune.
Dash (5 laps): 1. 2jr Kelly Miller, 2. 12 Josh Ostermiller, 3. 9k Kory Wermling, 4. 37 Trever Kirkland.
Feature (25 laps): 1. 2jr Kelly Miller, 2. 9k Kory Wermling, 3. 28 Joe Perry, 4. 72 Phil Dietz, 5. 3 Jordan Milne, 6. 12 Josh Ostermiller, 7. 2n Shad Petersen, 8. 24m Ian Myers, 9. 37 Trever Kirkland, 10. 01 Rich Bailey, 11. 18 Paul Jones, DNS - 0J Jeremy McCune, 69r Damon McCune.
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ASCS Frontier Region 2023 winners
May 19 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 20 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 26 - Rained out at Electric City Speedway
May 27 - Rained out at Electric City Speedway
June 9 - Rained out at Gallatin Speedway
June 10 - Rained out at Big Sky Speedway
June 16 - Kelly Miller at Gallatin Speedway
June 17 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events
July 7 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT
July 8 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT
August 4 - Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT

 

Matt Covington Dominates American Sprint Car Series Return To Humboldt Speedway!

Bryan Hulbert – HUMBOLDT, Kan. (June 16, 2023) Setting the track record, going high point on the night, then leading start to finish Friday night, Matt Covington dominated the American Sprint Car Series at Humboldt Speedway.

Covington’s third win of the season it’s his first with the American Sprint Car Series National Tour in 2023 and the 17th of his career. Humboldt Speedway is the 16th track Covington has claimed a victory at.

A rebound night for Covington after getting tangled up Thursday at Creek County Speedway, Matt talked about that in Victory Lane, “It’s no different than any other year. You have to work through the hardships and learn to enjoy it somehow because that’s what keeps you going and pushes you and allows you to enjoy a night like this. The track was cowboy up a little bit, you know, popping wheelies, having to run the curb, but I had a good time out front with it.”

Getting the point over Tanner Conn at the start, the South Plains Towing/Reece Construction No. 95 wasted no time pulling away as Jordon Mallett worked his way to second on Lap 2. Into traffic quickly, Covington made quick work of the back markers, while Mallett found his rounds blocked.

Caution on Lap 19 for Landon Britt, who rolled to a stop in the third and fourth turns; Covington picked up right where he left off and pulled away to 0.999-seconds at the finish. Jordon Mallett held onto second. Posting his first career National Tour podium, 16-year-old Christopher Townsend held off the charge of Sean McClelland for third. From seventh, McClelland crossed fourth, with Kyler Johnson winning the drag race to the line for fifth.

Finding a line just off the high side on the restart, Jeremy Campbell began picking off cars quickly to grab sixth. Fred Mattox was seventh, followed by Tanner Conn. Suffering an engine change that put Brandon Anderson to the rear of the field, the No. 55b made it back to ninth with Jason Martin going 15th to tenth.

Jason will leave as the point’s leader as Seth Bergman was forced to miss Humboldt to tend to the business that he and his wife own. While his hometown is Snohomish, Wash., Seth and his family reside in Owasso, Okla., and own the Evergreen Coffee, Co. Opening their fourth location, that required Seth’s attention. He plans to continue racing with the American Sprint Car Series as much as possible.

The 19-car field at Humboldt Speedway was topped in The Driver’s Project Qualifying by Matt Covington at 12.076-seconds. AR Dyno Specialty Heat Race wins went to Tanner Conn, Kyler Johnson, and Chris Morgan. The KSE Hard Charger was Jeremy Campbell.

The American Sprint Car Series rolls north to 81-Speedway on Saturday, June 17. Gates open at 3:00 P.M. for the pits and 5:00 P.M. for the stands. Hot Laps are at 6:00 P.M., with racing at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $25 for adults, $20 for seniors and military, and free for kids 10 and under. Other divisions include the JLR Property Management USRA A-Mods, AutoTech Service Super Stocks, and Primal Jerky Mini Stocks.

81-Speedway is located at 7700 N Broadway in Park City, Kan. More information can be found online at https://www.81speedway.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at 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 (@ASCSRacing).

Race Results:

ASCS National
Humboldt Speedway (Humboldt, Kan)
Friday, June 16, 2023

Car Count: 19

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying (Top 4 in each group invert into Heat Races)

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 14-Jordon Mallett, 12.333[7]; 2. 10-Landon Britt, 12.389[2]; 3. 3X-Tanner Conn, 12.413[3]; 4. 10C-Jeremy Campbell, 12.485[1]; 5. 36-Jason Martin, 12.500[6]; 6. 13-Elijah Gile, 12.583[5]; 7. 31-Casey Wills, 12.667[4]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington, 12.076[1]; 2. 3-Howard Moore, 12.374[6]; 3. 2-Chase Porter, 12.411[4]; 4. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 12.421[2]; 5. 11-Austin O'Neal, 12.577[5]; 6. 938-Bradley Fezard, 12.888[3]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 6-Christopher Townsend, 12.441[4]; 2. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 12.460[6]; 3. 1-Sean McClelland, 12.482[5]; 4. 7C-Chris Morgan, 12.530[2]; 5. 26M-Fred Mattox, 12.648[1]; 6. 91-Michael Day, 12.799[3]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races (All drivers advance to the A-Feature)

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 3X-Tanner Conn[2]; 2. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[1]; 3. 10-Landon Britt[3]; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett[4]; 5. 36-Jason Martin[5]; 6. 31-Casey Wills[7]; 7. 13-Elijah Gile[6]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 45X-Kyler Johnson[1]; 2. 2-Chase Porter[2]; 3. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 4. 938-Bradley Fezard[6]; 5. 3-Howard Moore[3]; 6. 11-Austin O'Neal[5]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 7C-Chris Morgan[1]; 2. 1-Sean McClelland[2]; 3. 26M-Fred Mattox[5]; 4. 6-Christopher Townsend[4]; 5. 91-Michael Day[6]; 6. 55B-Brandon Anderson[3]

A-Feature

RacinDirt A-Main (30 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[3]; 3. 6-Christopher Townsend[4]; 4. 1-Sean McClelland[7]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson[8]; 6. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[12]; 7. 26M-Fred Mattox[10]; 8. 3X-Tanner Conn[2]; 9. 55B-Brandon Anderson[16]; 10. 36-Jason Martin[15]; 11. 938-Bradley Fezard[11]; 12. 7C-Chris Morgan[9]; 13. 91-Michael Day[14]; 14. 13-Elijah Gile[19]; 15. 10-Landon Britt[5]; 16. 2-Chase Porter[6]; 17. 31-Casey Wills[17]; 18. 3-Howard Moore[13]; 19. 11-Austin O'Neal[18]

Lap Leader(s): Matt Covington 1-30
KSE Hard Charger: Jeremy Campbell +6
Driver's Project Quick Time: Matt Covington 12.076-seconds (NTR)
High Point Driver: Matt Covington
Provisional(s): N/A

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/americansprintcarseries
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ascsracing [@ascsracing]
Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com
Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R
6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R
10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)
14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)
23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)
36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)
45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)
55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)
71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R
91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R
95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 4 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway); Matt Covington – 1 (6/16 – Humboldt Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 1,277; 2. Matt Covington 1,247; 3. Seth Bergman 1,237; 4. Brandon Anderson 1,177; 5. Jordon Mallett 1,174; 6. Howard Moore 1,143; 7. Landon Britt 1,141; 8. Kyler Johnson 1,060; 9. Christopher Townsend 992; 10. Michael Day 978;

Support of the American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by AR Dyno Specialty, BMRS, The Driver’s Project, Schoenfeld, Brodix, Kinsler Fuel Injection, Smiley’s Racing Products, Impact Signs, Hoosier Tire, RacinDirt.com, and MyRacePass.com.

 

 

Miller takes Gallatin checkers, now 3-for-3 with ASCS Frontier
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR
BELGRADE, Mont. - Kelly Miller continued his early dominance of the ASCS Frontier Region sprint car tour, as he picked up the win in Friday's Spring Clash at Belgrade at Gallatin Speedway.
The Lethbridge, Alberta driver has won all three ASCS Frontier Region races completed so far this season, and Friday's win only added to his early points lead. Miller took the lead around the midway point of the 25-lap feature from defending series champion Trever Kirkland and took off from there, winning the caution-free race by over 2.6 seconds aboard the KDM Motorsports No. 2jr Eagle.
All three of Miller's wins have come in dominating fashion, establishing himself and the KDM Motorsports team as the car to beat at this early point in the season.
After an excellent start that saw him jump from the fourth starting position to the lead on the opening lap, Trever Kirkland led the first several circuits before yielding the top spot to Miller. The Helena, Montana driver eventually finished second aboard the Kirkland Racing No. 37 Shark-powered Triple X.
After mechanical problems mostly kept him pitside during the first weekend of ASCS Frontier action in May, Richard Bailey finally got a full night of racing in and delivered a strong run. The former California resident now living in East Helena, Montana ran third aboard his No. 01 Bailey Bros.-powered Helix.
Five-time Montana sprint car champion Phil Dietz finished fourth, followed by Kory Wermling. Outside pole-sitter Josh Ostermiller, Joe Perry, Jeremy McCune, Ian Myers and Bryan Brown rounded out the Top 10.
Heat races earlier in the evening were won by Kirkland and Miller.
Friday's race was a make-up after a rainout the prior week. The series and track agreed to reschedule for this week as only two other events were scheduled at Gallatin Speedway this year. The series will return on August 4th and September 8th.
The series next races Saturday at Big Sky Speedway, located outside Billings, in what is also a make-up after a rainout last Saturday. After a break, the series resumes with a two-night event at Big Sky Speedway on July 7th and 8th.
More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with the 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
Spring Clash at Belgrade
Gallatin Speedway
Belgrade, MT
June 16, 2023
UNOFFICIAL RESULTS
Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. 37 Trever Kirkland, 2. 12 Josh Ostermiller, 3. 01 Richard Bailey, 4. 38b Bryan Brown, 5. 3 Jordan Milne, DNS - 31 Shane Moore.
Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. 2jr Kelly Miller, 2. 28 Joe Perry, 3. 9k Kory Wermling, 4. 72 Phil Dietz, 5. 0J Jeremy McCune, 6. 24m Ian Myers.
Feature (25 laps): 1. 2jr Kelly Miller, 2. 37 Trever Kirkland, 3. 01 Richard Bailey, 4. 72 Phil Dietz, 5. 9k Kory Wermling, 6. 12 Josh Ostermiller, 7. 28 Joe Perry, 8. 0J Jeremy McCune, 9. 24m Ian Myers, 10. 38b Bryan Brown, 11. 3 Jordan Milne, DNS - 31 Shane Moore.
2023 ASCS Frontier Region winner
May 19 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 20 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 26 - Rained out at Electric City Speedway
May 27 - Rained out at Electric City Speedway
June 9 - Rained out at Gallatin Speedway
June 10 - Rained out at Big Sky Speedway
June 16 - Kelly Miller at Gallatin Speedway
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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region events
June 17 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT
July 7 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT
July 8 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

 

Sean McClelland Is The Man At Creek County Speedway With The American Sprint Car Series!

Bryan Hulbert – SAPULPA, Okla. (June 15, 2023) A return to Victory Lane that’s been 17 years, three months, and four days in the making, Tulsa’s Sean McClelland finally put the D&E Supply/David Stephenson Special No. 1 back on the front straightaway at Creek County Speedway with the American Sprint Car Series.

Winning in the tour’s 30th visit since 1993, Sean, who has several ASCS Regional wins at the Oklahoma oval, is the 23rd driver to top the National Tour at Creek County Speedway. McClelland’s only other National win came during his rookie season with the American Sprint Car Series at Houston Raceway Park in March of 2006, in which he bested Gary Wright for the win.

“I’ve been trying to win another one of these National Tour races for years. I won one a long time ago, and everyone said it wasn’t for real. Well, this one is for real, and it’s even more special that it came at my home track,” explained McClelland. “I can’t thank everyone enough. Every who supports me they were here tonight, and it means a lot.”

Besting the field of 23 on Thursday night at the quarter-mile-oval, McClelland took the green from fourth. Chasing Jordon Mallett for the runner-up spot until Lap 12, McClelland was finally able to pressure his way under the No. 14 off the fourth turn. Bringing Seth Bergman with him into third, the No. 23 would end up slipping up the track off the second turn on Lap 16, allowing several drivers to make their way by.

Still needing to chase down the Morton Excavating No. 7m of Chance Morton, the pursuit began with a 2.922-second gap to undo.

Picking away bit by bit over the next six laps, McClelland changed his line from the top of three and fourth, bottom of one and two, to finally working the gutter at both ends. Still working the top of the third and fourth turns, Morton’s advantage waned.

Charing the hub of three and four with 19-laps complete, Sean shot to the point then gaped the field by 2.369-seconds over the final ten revolutions.

On the pass, Sean said, “I knew I was going to have to try something to catch him. I felt it (rubber) down here a little bit, and I’d been sliding myself down here in three and four, so I just rolled the bottom to see how it felt. It hooked, and that was all she wrote.”

Chance Morton held on to second for his first career National podium finish. Despite fighting a flat left front tire through the last half of the A-Feature, Jordon Mallett captured third. Howard Moore moved up from ninth to finish fourth, with Jace Park making the run from 14th to fifth.

Sixth went to Brandon Anderson, followed by Kade Morton. Hard Charging in his first ASCS National A-Feature start, Lane Goodman made up 14 positions to finish eighth. Seth Bergman slipped to ninth, and it is the first time all season he’s finished off the podium. Kyler Johnson completed the top ten.

The Driver’s Project overall quick qualifier was Matt Covington at 11.990-seconds. Three AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races were won by Sean McClelland, Jordon Mallett, and Michael Day. The KSE Hard Charger of the night was Lane Goodman.

The weekend for the American Sprint Car Series continues at Humboldt Speedway on Friday, June 16, then 81-Speedway in Park City, Kan. on Saturday, June 17.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at 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 (@ASCSRacing).

RACE RESULTS:

ASCS National

Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, Okla.)

Thursday, June 15, 2023

Car Count: 23

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying (Top 4 in each group invert into Heat Races)

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington, 11.990[4]; 2. 3-Howard Moore, 12.118[2]; 3. 1-Sean McClelland, 12.186[6]; 4. 10-Landon Britt, 12.373[3]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 12.418[7]; 6. 3X-Tanner Conn, 12.456[5]; 7. 25-Kyle Admire, 14.130[8]; 8. 1H-Hank Davis[1] NT

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 31-Casey Wills, 12.167[2]; 2. 23-Seth Bergman, 12.252[3]; 3. 8M-Kade Morton, 12.262[4]; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett, 12.557[5]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 12.566[1]; 6. 29-Lane Goodman, 12.806[8]; 7. 87J-Jace Park, 13.136[7]; 8. 7F-Noah Harris[6] NT

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin, 12.667[2]; 2. 7M-Chance Morton, 12.735[7]; 3. 15D-Andrew Deal, 13.227[4]; 4. 91-Michael Day, 13.298[1]; 5. 938-Bradley Fezard, 13.417[5]; 6. 26M-Fred Mattox, 13.643[3]; 7. 6-Christopher Townsend[6] NT

AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races (All drivers advance to the A-Feature)

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 1-Sean McClelland[2]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 3. 3X-Tanner Conn[6]; 4. 3-Howard Moore[3]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson[5]; 6. 10-Landon Britt[1]; 7. 25-Kyle Admire[7]; 8. 1H-Hank Davis[8]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[1]; 2. 23-Seth Bergman[3]; 3. 8M-Kade Morton[2]; 4. 55B-Brandon Anderson[5]; 5. 87J-Jace Park[7]; 6. 7F-Noah Harris[8]; 7. 31-Casey Wills[4]; 8. 29-Lane Goodman[6]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 91-Michael Day[1]; 2. 36-Jason Martin[4]; 3. 7M-Chance Morton[3]; 4. 938-Bradley Fezard[5]; 5. 6-Christopher Townsend[7]; 6. 26M-Fred Mattox[6]; 7. 15D-Andrew Deal[2]

A-Feature

RacinDirt A-Main (30 Laps): 1. 1-Sean McClelland[4]; 2. 7M-Chance Morton[2]; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett[1]; 4. 3-Howard Moore[9]; 5. 87J-Jace Park[14]; 6. 55B-Brandon Anderson[11]; 7. 8M-Kade Morton[10]; 8. 29-Lane Goodman[22]; 9. 23-Seth Bergman[3]; 10. 45X-Kyler Johnson[15]; 11. 3X-Tanner Conn[8]; 12. 31-Casey Wills[17]; 13. 95-Matt Covington[6]; 14. 6-Christopher Townsend[13]; 15. 10-Landon Britt[23]; 16. 938-Bradley Fezard[12]; 17. 91-Michael Day[7]; 18. 15D-Andrew Deal[21]; 19. 7F-Noah Harris[16]; 20. 26M-Fred Mattox[18]; 21. 36-Jason Martin[5]; 22. (DNS) 25-Kyle Admire; 23. (DNS) 1H-Hank Davis

Lap Leader(s): Chance Morton 1-19; Sean McClelland 20-30

KSE Hard Charger: Lane Goodman +14

Driver's Project Quick Time: Matt Covington 11.990-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/americansprintcarseries

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

Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

ASCS Drivers Online:

3 Howard Moore (Memphis, TN) R

6 Christopher Townsend (La Porte, TX) R

10 Landon Britt (Memphis, TN)

14 Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR)

23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)

36 Jason Martin (Liberal, KS)

45X Kyler Johnson (Quinter, KS)

55B Brandon Anderson (Glenpool, OK)

71 Brady Baker (Alexander, AR) R

91 Michael Day (Farmersville, TX) R

95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

R denotes a driver running for the Brodix National Rookie of the Year

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 4 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Sean McClelland – 1 (6/15 – Creek County Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Seth Bergman 1,237; 2. Jason Martin 1,167; 3. Matt Covington 1,097; 4. Brandon Anderson 1,064; 5. Howard Moore 1,049; 6. Landon Britt 1,041; 7. Jordon Mallett 1,032; 8. Kyler Johnson 935; 9. Michael Day 874; 10. Christopher Townsend 857;

Support of the American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by AR Dyno Specialty, BMRS, The Driver’s Project, Schoenfeld, Brodix, Kinsler Fuel Injection, Smiley’s Racing Products, Impact Signs, Hoosier Tire, RacinDirt.com, and MyRacePass.com.

 

 

ASCS Frontier reschedules Gallatin & Big Sky for June 16 & 17
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

After being forced to cancel its races this weekend due to poor weather, the ASCS Frontier Region sprint car tour was able to reschedule its respective events at Gallatin Speedway and Big Sky Speedway.

Gallatin Speedway, located outside of Bozeman, Montana, will welcome the series to the 3/10-mile clay oval for its first visit of 2023 on Friday, June 16th. The series will then pay another visit to the 3/8-mile Big Sky Speedway, outside Billings, on Saturday, June 17th. The dates were confirmed on Saturday afternoon after discussions between the two tracks and Stagg Motor Sports over the prior two days.

After the plug was pulled on racing this weekend, it was decided to reschedule for the following weekend to give teams the chance to race before what will be, for now, a quiet period on the schedule. Two other events on Memorial weekend were rained out at Electric City Speedway in Great Falls. The possibility of rescheduling those races is also being considered still. Because of weather, only two events have been completed so far in 2023, and the series and tracks are wanting to give its teams opportunities to race.

Kelly Miller of Lethbridge, Alberta has won both ASCS Frontier Region sprint car races run so far this season and holds the points lead.

After the newly scheduled make-up events on June 16th and 17th, the series will return to action with a two-night event at Big Sky Speedway on Friday and Saturday, July 7th and 8th.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with the 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
June 16 - Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT
June 17 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT
July 7 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT
July 8 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

 

 

Weather halts ASCS Frontier at Gallatin & Big Sky
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

This weekend's ASCS Frontier Region sprint car races have been canceled due to poor weather conditions, including Friday's event at Gallatin Speedway and Saturday's event at Big Sky Speedway. Stagg Motor Sports and both tracks are discussing rescheduling their respective events at this time and will announce plans as soon as possible.

Friday's event was to be the first of three this season at Gallatin Speedway, located in Belgrade, Montana. While the weather there now is good, there was far too much rainfall this week and there is a great amount of standing water on the grounds, including the parking lot and pit area, making it impossible to race as scheduled.

Big Sky Speedway, outside Billings, had already hosted the series twice this season. It too has standing water on the grounds and more poor weather is expected for the Billings area on Saturday, also making cancelation necessary for them.

Kelly Miller of Lethbridge, Alberta has won both ASCS Frontier Region sprint car races run so far this season and holds the points lead.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with the 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.

 

 

ASCS Frontier hits Gallatin & Big Sky next

Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

The Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series returns to action this weekend with a pair of events in Montana. Friday sees the series make its first 2023 appearance at Gallatin Speedway in Belgrade, just outside Bozeman. Another round at Big Sky Speedway outside Billings awaits the tour on Saturday.

Two events have been completed so far, and Alberta's Kelly Miller has won both, coming at Big Sky Speedway last month, and as a result has the early points lead. The two-night Memorial weekend event at Electric City Speedway was cancelled due to weather. In both races run so far, Miller made passes for the lead around the midway part of the event and proceeded to motor away from the field for dominating victories, establishing himself as one of the drivers to beat early on this season.

Friday's show is one of three at Gallatin Speedway this year. Five-time Montana sprint car champion Phil Dietz won twice at Gallatin in 2022, with Colby Thornhill and Kory Wermling each picking up single victories at the 3/10-mile clay oval that sits by the Gallatin Airport.

Friday's show at Gallatin Speedway see racing start at 7:35 p.m. The ASCS Frontier Region 360 sprint cars will be joined by street stocks and modifieds. Saturday's show at Big Sky Speedway will be a full one and starts at 7:00, with modifieds, street stocks, super stocks and late models also on the card.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with the 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

June 9 - Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT July 10 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT July 7 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT July 8 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

 

 

Worsening Wet Forecast Cancels American Sprint Car Series At Caney Valley Speedway

Bryan Hulbert - CANEY, Kan. (June 3, 2023) Watching the forecast progress throughout the day, the decision has been made to cancel the second night of the Mickey Walker Classic at Caney Valley Speedway as the forecast continues to show rain moving in throughout the afternoon and into the evening.

Series and track officials are working on a date to reschedule the event.

The next run for the American Sprint Car Series will be Thursday, June 15 at Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, Okla.), followed by Humboldt Speedway (Humboldt, Kan.) on Friday, June 16, then 81-Speedway (Park City, Kan.) on Saturday, June 17. Each night is $4,000 to win, $400 to start.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

Seth Bergman Triumphant On Opening Night Of The Mickey Walker Classic At Outlaw Motor Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – OKTAHA, Okla. (June 2, 2023) Capturing his second win of the season with the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, Washington’s Seth Bergman held off the last lap charge of Matt Covington to win Night 1 of the Mickey Walker Classic at Outlaw Motor Speedway.

Seth’s 18th career victory in ASCS National competition, the No. 23, has not finished off the podium all season.

“What a race. I wasn’t sure what was going to happen there when we rolled out. I saw it was cleaning off, and the track hadn’t really been touching tires all night, but this was a badass racetrack, to be honest. You had to be brave and get up on the wheel and really send it around here,” stated Bergman.

Starting third, the Stagg Insurance/Evergreen Coffee, Co. No. 23 chased in third the opening five rotations. Taking over second from Matt Covington, the challenge was reeling in Brandon Anderson. Getting drive on the field following a Lap 8 restart, Brandon put over a half-second on Seth.

Gaining and falling on the Permastone Countertop Solutions No. 55b through Lap 14, Seth found a run off the second turn the following lap. Shooting under Anderson into the third turn, Seth slid across the nose of the No. 55b to take over the top spot.

On the pass for the lead, Seth said, “I was stalking Brandon, and every time I’d get close to him, the car would get tight, so I started really studying over here in three and four how much speed he would lose to the apex, and I just told myself if I could get within a certain distance, I could pull the trigger and beat him to it and got about as good as I was probably going to get, pulled the wing back, and drove it across there as hard as I could to clear him.”

Looking to have the win well in hand as the race entered the final laps, red lights came on with two laps to run for Rees Moran. Caution on the restart as Covington worked into second, the No, 95 would get another chance as caution lights came on for a pair of cars stopping atop the second turn. Pulling around Anderson, the white flag lap saw the Reece Construction Co. No. 95 mount a huge charge off the second turn. Nearly into the back of Bergman entering the third turn, Covington shot the bottom as Seth banked cushion to wall. Pulling even through the final turn, Seth held off the No. 95 by 0.282-seconds.

Matt Covington, in second, for the 14th time with the ASCS National Tour, was chased by Brandon Anderson for his second career podium appearance.

Working the hub of the three-eights-mile oval, Fred Mattox rolled to fourth with Jason Martin fifth. Alex Sewell was sixth, followed by Bradley Fezard with a run from 17th to seventh. Howard Moore, eighth, was followed by Kyler Johnson. Jordan Mallett from 15th made up the top ten.

The opening night of the Mickey Walker Classic welcomed a field of 25 ASCS drivers to Outlaw Motor Speedway. Seth Bergman established the ASCS Track Record at 16.460-seconds. A trio of AR Dyno, Specialty Heat Races, was won by Matt Covington, Brandon Anderson, and Alex Sewell. The KSE Hard Charger was Michael Day who advanced 14 positions.

The Friday affair included Champ/305 Sprint Cars which was topped by Tanner Conn. Sooner Late Models saw Kip Hughes in Victory Lane, while Grant Davis won the USRA Factory Stock feature. Michael Hornback was the victor with the USRA Modifieds.

The Mickey Walker Classic shifts to Caney Valley Speedway in Caney, Kan., for Night 2 on Saturday, June 3, 2023. Gates open at 5:00 P.M., with racing at 7:30 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 just north of Caney, Kan., at 1324 County Road 1600.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

Race Results:

ASCS National/ASCS Sooner

Outlaw Motor Speedway (Oktaha, Okla.)

Friday, June 2, 2023

Car Count: 25

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying (Top 4 in each group invert into Heat Races)

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 2-Whit Gastineau, 16.832[5]; 2. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 17.054[9]; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett, 17.125[7]; 4. 26M-Fred Mattox, 17.131[4]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 17.176[8]; 6. 22M-Rees Moran, 17.278[2]; 7. 13-Elijah Gile, 17.610[6]; 8. 91-Michael Day, 17.818[1]; 9. 71-Brady Baker, 17.890[3]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman, 16.460[2]; 2. 95-Matt Covington, 17.126[3]; 3. 6-Christopher Townsend, 17.479[4]; 4. 9$-Kyle Clark, 17.540[1]; 5. 3-Howard Moore, 17.624[7]; 6. 8M-Kade Morton, 18.451[5]; 7. 8R-Ryker Pace[6 NT]; 8. 2B-Brett Becker[8] NT

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin, 17.072[6]; 2. 7M-Chance Morton, 17.246[8]; 3. 87J-Jace Park, 17.392[5]; 4. 8-Alex Sewell, 17.418[1]; 5. 10-Landon Britt, 17.499[2]; 6. 938-Bradley Fezard, 17.635[7]; 7. 1H-Hank Davis, 17.701[3]; 8. 90-Lance Norick, 18.139[4]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races (All drivers advance to the A-Feature)

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[3]; 2. 26M-Fred Mattox[1]; 3. 2-Whit Gastineau[4]; 4. 45X-Kyler Johnson[5]; 5. 14-Jordon Mallett[2]; 6. 13-Elijah Gile[7]; 7. 22M-Rees Moran[6]; 8. 71-Brady Baker[9]; 9. (DNS) 91-Michael Day

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[3]; 2. 23-Seth Bergman[4]; 3. 9$-Kyle Clark[1]; 4. 3-Howard Moore[5]; 5. 8M-Kade Morton[6]; 6. 6-Christopher Townsend[2]; 7. 2B-Brett Becker[8]; 8. (DNS) 8R-Ryker Pace

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 8-Alex Sewell[1]; 2. 36-Jason Martin[4]; 3. 87J-Jace Park[2]; 4. 7M-Chance Morton[3]; 5. 10-Landon Britt[5]; 6. 938-Bradley Fezard[6]; 7. 1H-Hank Davis[7]; 8. 90-Lance Norick[8]

A-Feature

RacinDirt A-Main (27 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[3]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 4. 26M-Fred Mattox[7]; 5. 36-Jason Martin[4]; 6. 8-Alex Sewell[6]; 7. 938-Bradley Fezard[17]; 8. 3-Howard Moore[12]; 9. 45X-Kyler Johnson[10]; 10. 14-Jordon Mallett[15]; 11. 91-Michael Day[25]; 12. 10-Landon Britt[14]; 13. 7M-Chance Morton[9]; 14. 87J-Jace Park[8]; 15. 2-Whit Gastineau[5]; 16. 8M-Kade Morton[13]; 17. 90-Lance Norick[23]; 18. 13-Elijah Gile[16]; 19. 6-Christopher Townsend[18]; 20. 1H-Hank Davis[20]; 21. 22M-Rees Moran[21]; 22. 9$-Kyle Clark[11]; 23. 2B-Brett Becker[19]; 24. 71-Brady Baker[22]; 25. 8R-Ryker Pace[24]

Lap Leader(s): Brandon Anderson 1-14; Seth Bergman 15-27

KSE Hard Charger: Michael Day +14

Driver's Project Quick Time: Seth Bergman 16.460 (NTR)

High Point Driver: Brandon Anderson

Provisional(s): N/A

ASCS Online:

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

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

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

Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 4 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Seth Bergman – 2 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway; 6/2 – Outlaw Motor Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Seth Bergman 1,124; 2. Jason Martin 1,078; 3. Matt Covington 993; 4. Brandon Anderson 942; 5. Landon Britt 941; 6. Howard Moore 919; 7. Jordon Mallett 897; 8. Kyler Johnson 829; 9. Michael Day 778; 10. Brady Baker 764;

Support of the American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by AR Dyno Specialty, BMRS, The Driver’s Project, Schoenfeld, Brodix, Kinsler Fuel Injection, Smiley’s Racing Products, Impact Signs, Hoosier Tire, RacinDirt.com, and MyRacePass.com.

 

 

Elite North Non-Wing At I-76 Speedway On Saturday

FORT MORGAN, Colo. (June 2, 2023) The ASCS Elite North Non-Wing Series is back on track Saturday, June 3, at I-76 Speedway.

Races go green at 5:00 P.M. (MDT). Featured along with the ASCS Elite North Non-Wing Series includes 270 Winged Micros, Mini Mods, Adult Gas Karts, Rocky Mountain Dwarf Car Racing, IMCA Modified, IMCA Northern SportMod, IMCA Stock Car, IMCA Hobby Stock, Thunder Stocks, IMCA Sport Compact, NOW600 A-Class Micros, NOW600 Restricted Micros, Rocky Mountain Lightning Sprint Association. Tickets are $10 for adults, $4 for youth 6-12, and free for children five and under.

I-76 Speedway is in Fort Morgan, Colo. at 16359 County Rd S. Further information on the track can be found at https://www.bstpromotions.com/i-76-speedway-fort-morgan.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

Poor Forecast Delays ASCS Elite Outlaw Sprint Panhandle Run

Bryan Hulbert - AMARILLO, Texas (May 31, 2023) With a wet forecast only getting worse in Amarillo and Lubbock this weekend, the ASCS Elite Outlaw Sprints will delay their run to the Texas Panhandle to Friday, June 23, and Saturday, June 24 at Route 66 Motor Speedway and West Texas Raceway.

The next outing for the ASCS Elite Outlaw Sprints is slated for Friday, June 9 at RPM Speedway and Saturday, June 10 at Devil's Bowl Speedway.

The ASCS Elite Wing and Non-Wing Series is owned and operated by Nathan Moore and operates under the sanction of the American Sprint Car Series. Rules for both tours can be found at http://www.ascsracing.com.

Nathan can be reached at (903) 780-9934 or by email at elitenonwingsprints@gmail.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

Mickey Walker Classic At Outlaw And Caney Next For American Sprint Car Series

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (May 30, 2023) Taking on the Mickey Walker Classic this Friday, June 2, and Saturday, June 3, the National Tour of the American Sprint Car Series will be at the three-eighths-mile Outlaw Motor Speedway in Oktaha, Okla. on Friday, then the quick quarter-mile Caney Valley Speedway on Saturday.

Both nights of racing pay $4,222 to win, $422 to start the A-Feature for the American Sprint Car Series, and will also feature OCRS style Champ/305 Sprint Cars racing for $1,222 to win, $122 to start.

Both late additions to the 2023 lineup, the weekend was originally slated for Creek County Speedway; however, a schedule change at the track caused the Mickey Walker Classic to move. Creek County Speedway will be featured on the ASCS National schedule on Thursday, June 15.

The only time Outlaw Motor Speedway will be open for action in 2023, the track has been kept in racing condition. Only needing some general cleaning to get ready, the Oklahoma Oval, located just south of Muskogee, has seen action four times, with just as many winners since 2003. Five visits to Caney Valley Speedway, the Kansas oval was featured in 1993, then was absent from the schedule until 2020. Canada’s Dylan Westbrook is the only repeat winner at Caney.

Going into the weekend, Seth Bergman continues to lead the points by 21 over Jason Martin, who captured his fourth National Tour win of the season on Sunday at Lake Ozark Speedway. Seven events into the season, Seth Bergman has not finished worse than third. Matching podium runs by Gary Wright, Jason Johnson, and Sam Hafertepe, Jr. The longest streak of podium finishes belongs to Gary Wight at 12 during the 2005 season.

Friday, June 2, at Outlaw Motor Speedway, opens at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 for adults, $5 for youth (11-14), and free for kids 10 and under. Pits are $40. Outlaw Motor Speedway is located south of Muskogee on Hwy. 69 at 8100 Wainwright Rd. in Oktaha, Okla. The track can be found on Facebook for more information.

Saturday, June 3, at Caney Valley Speedway, opens at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 7:30 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 just north of Caney, Kan., at 1324 County Road 1600.

Terry Mattox is promoting both nights of the Mickey Walker Classic. For more information, contact him at (918) 417-0624 or email terry@ascsracing.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.racindirt.com. Fans can choose to subscribe for $32.99 a month or $199.99 a year. RacinDirt.com broadcasts can be viewed on your Smart TV, Mobile Devices, and your Laptop or Computer.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

Quick Info:

Who: ASCS National and Warrior Region

Where: Outlaw Motor Speedway and Caney Valley Speedway

When: Friday, June 2, 2023

Where: Outlaw Motor Speedway (Oktaha, OK)

Pits: 4:00 P.M.

Stands: 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.

Ticket Info:

Tickets: $20

Youth (11-14): $5

Kids 10 & Under: Free

Pits: $40

Other Info:

Muffler: N/A

RACEceiver: 454.000

$4,222 to win, $422 to start

Track Contact Info:

Address: 8100 Wainwright Rd. Oktaha, OK 74450

Phone: (918) 417-0624

Web: https://www.myracepass.com/tracks/2285

Social: https://www.facebook.com/outlawmotorspeedway/

When: Saturday, June 3, 2023:

Where: Caney Valley Speedway (Caney, KS)

Pits: 3:00 P.M.

Stands: 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.

***Ticket Info:***

Tickets: $20

Seniors (65+): $15

Kids 12 & Under: Free

Pits: $40

Other Info:

Muffler: N/A

RACEceiver: 454.000

$4,222 to win, $422 to start

Track Contact Info:

Address: 1324 C.R. 1600, Caney, KS 67333

Phone: (918) 417-0624

Web: http://caneyvalleyspeedway.net.

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

ASCS Online:

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

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

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

Broadcast: http://www.racindirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 4 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Seth Bergman 974; 2. Jason Martin 953; 3. Matt Covington 851; 4. Landon Britt 835; 5. Brandon Anderson 807; 6. Howard Moore 803; 7. Jordon Mallett 787; 8. Kyler Johnson 716; 9. Brady Baker 678; 10. Michael Day 670;

Support of the American Sprint Car Series is brought to you by AR Dyno Specialty, BMRS, The Driver’s Project, Schoenfeld, Brodix, Kinsler Fuel Injection, Smiley’s Racing Products, Impact Signs, Hoosier Tire, RacinDirt.com, and MyRacePass.com.

 

 

Jason Martin Returns To ASCS National Victory Lane At Lake Ozark Speedway!

Bryan Hulbert – ELDON, Mo. (May 28, 2023) Bouncing back at Lake Ozark Speedway, Jason Martin captured his fourth win of the season with the National Tour of the American Sprint Car Series and first of his career at the one-third-mile oval.

The eighth time Jason Martin has topped the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the Lake Ozark win is his first in the state of Missouri.

Adding to his runner-up finish on Friday, Martin shot the outside on the start to capture the lead over Blake Hahn. Fending off the challenge from the DriveWFX.com No. 52 in traffic, Martin went on to lead the full 30-lap feature event.

“I felt like I needed to get out front early because I really figured the top was going to be the dominant place to be, but I was worried it was going to be slimy still on the start. Blake took off really good on the bottom, and I spun my tires in the middle, so I just decided to rip the top, and it worked,” explained Jason of the start.

Able to hold on to the runner-up spot after several attempts by Joe B. Miller to take it, Blake Hahn was ultimately joined on the podium Seth Bergman, who has finished on the podium in seven consecutive outings with the ASCS National Tour.

Taking advantage of a couple of restarts in the closing laps, Miles Paulus raced from ninth to fourth, with Jordon Mallett rebounding from a failed ignition box at the start of the night, to earn the KSE Hard Charger with a run from 21st to fifth.

Jace Park crossed sixth, followed by Kyle Bellm. Brandon Anderson made up five positions to finish eighth, with Joe B. Miller slipping to ninth on the final laps with a failing tire. Howard Moore made up five spots to complete the top ten.

Sunday night at Lake Ozark Speedway featured a 27-car field, with Joe B. Miller setting the overall quick qualifying time at 12.428-seconds. A trio of AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races went to Colton Hardy, Jason Martin, and Jace Park. The BMRS B-Feature was topped by Terry Easum. Provisional starts were used by Christopher Townsend and Kyler Johnson.

The American Sprint Car Series is back on track on Friday, June 2, at Outlaw Motor Speedway and Saturday, June 3, at Caney Valley Speedway. The two events make up the Mickey Walker Classic, with each night paying $4,222 to win, $422 to start.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found 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 (@ASCSRacing).

Race Results:

ASCS National/ASCS Warrior

Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, Mo.)

Sunday, May 28, 2023

Car Count: 27

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying (Top 4 in each group invert into Heat Races)

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 51B-Joe B Miller, 12.428[1]; 2. 3-Howard Moore, 12.512[4]; 3. 98P-Miles Paulus, 12.539[5]; 4. 41-Colton Hardy, 12.663[9]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 12.700[8]; 6. 14E-Kyle Bellm, 12.703[7]; 7. 7C-Chris Morgan, 12.803[2]; 8. 31-Casey Wills, 12.895[3]; 9. 6-Christopher Townsend, 13.055[6]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman, 12.623[1]; 2. 36-Jason Martin, 12.725[6]; 3. 10-Landon Britt, 12.773[2]; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett, 12.798[3]; 5. 21-Gunner Ramey, 12.910[9]; 6. 8M-Kade Morton, 12.926[4]; 7. 22S-Slater Helt, 13.077[7]; 8. 0-Chase Porter, 13.100[5]; 9. 45X-Kyler Johnson, NT

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn, 12.899[4]; 2. 95-Matt Covington, 13.041[3]; 3. 87J-Jace Park, 13.083[5]; 4. 88-Terry Easum, 13.092[6]; 5. 13-Elijah Gile, 13.094[7]; 6. 71-Bradyn Baker, 13.097[1]; 7. 91-Michael Day, 13.268[2]; 8. 17-Lane Goodman, 13.623[9]; 9. 32D-Daryn Langford, 13.670[8]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races (Top 16 in Qualifying/Passing Points advance to the A-Feature)

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 41-Colton Hardy[1]; 2. 51B-Joe B Miller[4]; 3. 98P-Miles Paulus[2]; 4. 14E-Kyle Bellm[6]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson[5]; 6. 3-Howard Moore[3]; 7. 31-Casey Wills[8]; 8. 7C-Chris Morgan[7]; 9. 6-Christopher Townsend[9]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin[2]; 2. 23-Seth Bergman[3]; 3. 10-Landon Britt[1]; 4. 8M-Kade Morton[5]; 5. 0-Chase Porter[7]; 6. 22S-Slater Helt[6]; 7. 21-Gunner Ramey[4]; 8. (DNS) 14-Jordon Mallett; 9. (DNS) 45X-Kyler Johnson

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 87J-Jace Park[2]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[3]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 4. 88-Terry Easum[1]; 5. 71-Bradyn Baker[6]; 6. 91-Michael Day[7]; 7. 13-Elijah Gile[5]; 8. 32D-Daryn Langford[8]

BMRS B-Feature (Top 6 advance to the A-Feature)

BMRS B-Main (12 Laps): 1. 88-Terry Easum[1]; 2. 22S-Slater Helt[2]; 3. 13-Elijah Gile[4]; 4. 31-Casey Wills[3]; 5. 14-Jordon Mallett[9]; 6. 21-Gunner Ramey[6]; 7. 45X-Kyler Johnson[11]; 8. 6-Christopher Townsend[8]; 9. 7C-Chris Morgan[5]; 10. 32D-Daryn Langford[7]; 11. 17-Lane Goodman[10]

A-Feature

RacinDirtTV A-Main (30 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin[2]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[1]; 3. 23-Seth Bergman[3]; 4. 98P-Miles Paulus[9]; 5. 14-Jordon Mallett[21]; 6. 87J-Jace Park[6]; 7. 14E-Kyle Bellm[8]; 8. 55B-Brandon Anderson[13]; 9. 51B-Joe B Miller[4]; 10. 3-Howard Moore[15]; 11. 8M-Kade Morton[10]; 12. 95-Matt Covington[5]; 13. 10-Landon Britt[11]; 14. 88-Terry Easum[17]; 15. 13-Elijah Gile[19]; 16. 6-Christopher Townsend[24]; 17. 91-Michael Day[16]; 18. 0-Chase Porter[14]; 19. 22S-Slater Helt[18]; 20. 31-Casey Wills[20]; 21. 71-Bradyn Baker[12]; 22. 41-Colton Hardy[7]; 23. 21-Gunner Ramey[22]; 24. 45X-Kyler Johnson[23]

Lap Leader(s): Jason Martin 1-30

KSE Hard Charger: Jordon Mallett +16

Driver's Project Quick Time: Joe B. Miller 12.428-seconds

High Point Driver: Joe B. Miller

Provisional(s): Kyler Johnson / Christopher Townsend

ASCS Online:

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

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

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

Broadcast: RacinDirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 4 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway; 5/28 – Lake Ozark Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Seth Bergman 974; 2. Jason Martin 953; 3. Matt Covington 851; 4. Landon Britt 835; 5. Brandon Anderson 807; 6. Howard Moore 803; 7. Jordon Mallett 787; 8. Kyler Johnson 716; 9. Brady Baker 678; 10. Michael Day 670;

 

 

Joe B. Miller Breaks Through With ASCS National At Lake Ozark Speedway!

Bryan Hulbert – ELDON, Mo. (May 27, 2023) So many laps led over the years. Finally, Missouri’s Joe B. Miller led the last one Saturday night at Lake Ozark Speedway for his first career victory with the National Tour of the American Sprint Car Series.

The 166th different winner with the American Sprint Car Series, Joe became the 13th Missourian to win with the National Tour, joining names like Brian Brown, Danny Lasoski, and Jesse Hockett to name a few.

Almost a spectator, Joe B. Miller borrowed an engine from Scotty Milan, as his is still getting worked on. “I have to thank Scotty Milan. We didn’t have an engine for this weekend, and he wasn’t able to come in, so I called and asked if I could use his, and he said go for it.”

Adding to his success across numerous divisions at Lake Ozark, Joe said, “We got the regional win, but we’ve been working on getting this National Tour win for a little bit. We’ve been hit and miss, so this is pretty cool. It’s a relief really. We were talking this week that we’ve been pretty good here in just about everything. We were just lacking the National Tour win.”

Getting the lead from the start, Miller had to fend of Seth Bergman with five laps to go. Moving just off the cushion, the Corridor Electric No. 23 was quick to Miller’s back bumper. Pulling under the No. 51b off the fourth turn, Seth got next to Joe, but could not clear into the first turn. Going on the defense, Miller adjusted and held on for the win.

Slipping by for second on Lap 22, Jason Martin posted his 20th career ASCS National podium finish. Pushing his podium streak to six on the season, Seth Bergman grabbed third. Moving up from 11th, Landon Britt crossed fourth, with Howard Moore fifth.

Kyle Bellm, in sixth, was chased by Miles Paulus, who was the night’s KSE Hard Charger, after gaining 11 positions. Matt Covington was eighth, with Brandon Anderson ninth. Moving up ten spots, Michael Day completed the top ten.

Night 1 of the Spring Sprint Showdown included a 32-car field with Blake Hahn, the overall quick qualifier at 12.389-seconds. Four AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races went to Matt Covington, Howard Moore, Seth Bergman, and Joe B. Miller. The BMRS B-Feature was won by Gunner Ramey.

The Spring Sprint Showdown at Lake Ozark Speedway continues on Sunday, May 28. Hot Laps are at 6:30 P.M. and Racing at 7:30 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $25 for adults, $22 for seniors, $10 for youth (6-12), and $40 for the Pits.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Live coverage of the American Sprint Car Series can be found 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 (@ASCSRacing).

Race Results:

ASCS National/ASCS Warrior

Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, Mo.)

Saturday, May 27, 2023

Car Count: 32

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying (Top 4 in each group invert into Heat Races)

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 13-Elijah Gile, 12.517[6]; 2. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 12.550[7]; 3. 7C-Chris Morgan, 12.626[1]; 4. 95-Matt Covington, 12.626[5]; 5. 14E-Kyle Bellm, 12.667[4]; 6. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 12.757[3]; 7. 88-Terry Easum, 12.839[2]; 8. 7JR-JD Black, 13.196[8]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 87J-Jace Park, 12.466[8]; 2. 3-Howard Moore, 12.549[5]; 3. 22S-Slater Helt, 12.588[7]; 4. 8M-Kade Morton, 12.787[1]; 5. 1JR-Steven Russell, 12.799[2]; 6. 91-Michael Day, 12.806[4]; 7. 1X-Brad Ryun, 13.008[6]; 8. 9M-Dale McCarty, 14.597[3]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn, 12.389[5]; 2. 36-Jason Martin, 12.427[6]; 3. 23-Seth Bergman, 12.490[2]; 4. 0-Chase Porter, 12.577[8]; 5. 71-Bradyn Baker, 12.673[4]; 6. 98P-Miles Paulus, 12.783[1]; 7. 21-Gunner Ramey, 12.783[7]; 8. 31-Casey Wills, 13.050[3]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 4 (3 Laps): 1. 51B-Joe B Miller, 12.748[8]; 2. 6-Christopher Townsend, 12.839[5]; 3. 77-Jack Wagner, 12.931[6]; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett, 12.979[2]; 5. 73-Samuel Wagner, 13.066[1]; 6. 10-Landon Britt, 13.128[4]; 7. 32D-Daryn Langford, 13.543[3]; 8. 9C-Tony Crank, 13.797[7]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races (Top 16 in Qualifying/Passing Points advance to the A-Feature)

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 2. 7C-Chris Morgan[2]; 3. 14E-Kyle Bellm[5]; 4. 55B-Brandon Anderson[6]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson[3]; 6. 7JR-JD Black[8]; 7. 13-Elijah Gile[4]; 8. 88-Terry Easum[7]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 3-Howard Moore[3]; 2. 8M-Kade Morton[1]; 3. 22S-Slater Helt[2]; 4. 1JR-Steven Russell[5]; 5. 87J-Jace Park[4]; 6. 91-Michael Day[6]; 7. 1X-Brad Ryun[7]; 8. (DNS) 9M-Dale McCarty

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[2]; 2. 36-Jason Martin[3]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 4. 0-Chase Porter[1]; 5. 98P-Miles Paulus[6]; 6. 71-Bradyn Baker[5]; 7. 31-Casey Wills[8]; 8. 21-Gunner Ramey[7]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 51B-Joe B Miller[4]; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[1]; 3. 77-Jack Wagner[2]; 4. 10-Landon Britt[6]; 5. 73-Samuel Wagner[5]; 6. 6-Christopher Townsend[3]; 7. 9C-Tony Crank[8]; 8. 32D-Daryn Langford[7]

BMRS B-Feature (Top 6 advance to the A-Feature)

BMRS B-Main (12 Laps): 1. 45X-Kyler Johnson[1]; 2. 98P-Miles Paulus[2]; 3. 6-Christopher Townsend[6]; 4. 91-Michael Day[8]; 5. 71-Bradyn Baker[9]; 6. 21-Gunner Ramey[13]; 7. 0-Chase Porter[7]; 8. 31-Casey Wills[10]; 9. 73-Samuel Wagner[3]; 10. 1X-Brad Ryun[12]; 11. 13-Elijah Gile[5]; 12. 9C-Tony Crank[11]; 13. 7JR-JD Black[4]; 14. 32D-Daryn Langford[15]; 15. 88-Terry Easum[14]; 16. 9M-Dale McCarty[16]

A-Feature

RacinDirtTV A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 51B-Joe B Miller[1]; 2. 36-Jason Martin[4]; 3. 23-Seth Bergman[5]; 4. 10-Landon Britt[11]; 5. 3-Howard Moore[2]; 6. 14E-Kyle Bellm[8]; 7. 98P-Miles Paulus[18]; 8. 95-Matt Covington[7]; 9. 55B-Brandon Anderson[10]; 10. 91-Michael Day[20]; 11. 22S-Slater Helt[12]; 12. 1JR-Steven Russell[14]; 13. 71-Bradyn Baker[21]; 14. 87J-Jace Park[9]; 15. 6-Christopher Townsend[19]; 16. 8M-Kade Morton[15]; 17. 7C-Chris Morgan[6]; 18. 45X-Kyler Johnson[17]; 19. 14-Jordon Mallett[16]; 20. 21-Gunner Ramey[22]; 21. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 22. 77-Jack Wagner[13]

Lap Leader(s): Joe B. Miller 1-25

KSE Hard Charger: Miles Paulus +11

Driver's Project Quick Time: Blake Hahn - 12.389-seconds

High Point Driver: Joe B. Miller

Provisional(s): N/A

ASCS Online:

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

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

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

Broadcast: RacinDirt.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 3 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (5/26 – Lakeside Speedway); Joe B. Miller – 1 (5/17 – Lake Ozark Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Seth Bergman 839; 2. Jason Martin 803; 3. Matt Covington 745; 4. Landon Britt 731; 5. Howard Moore 693; 6. Brandon Anderson 691; 7. Jordon Mallett 662; 8. Kyler Johnson 651; Christopher Townsend 598; 10. Brady Baker 588;

 

 

Ten Events Line ASCS Memorial Day Weekend

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (May 24, 2023) The unofficial start to summer, Memorial Day Weekend, will feature ten events from Friday, May 26, through Sunday, May 28. Starting with the tours going all three nights, ASCS National will face off against the ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps again at Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City, Kan. on Friday, then head to Lake Ozark Speedway in Eldon, Mo. the next two nights.

Going the wingless route, the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating starts Friday, May 26, at Texarkana 67 Speedway in Texarkana, Ark., then Boothill Speedway in Greenwood, La. on Saturday, May 27, before wrapping up the weekend at Ark-La-Tex Speedway in Vivian, La. on Sunday, May 28.

Back to wings and racing Friday and Saturday during the holiday weekend, ASCS Southwest Region makes a long-awaited return to the newly re-opened Deuce of Clubs Thunder Raceway in Show Low, Ariz. The other and much older Electric City Speedway on the 2023 lineup sits just north of Great Falls, Mont., and will host the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region both nights.

Weekend Lineup:

5/26-Show Low Speedway Park (Show Low, AZ)- Southwest Region 5/26-Electric City Speedway (Great Falls, MT)- Frontier Region 5/26-Texarkana 67 Speedway (Texarkana, AR)- Elite Non-Wing Sprints 5/26-Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, KS)- National, Warrior Region

5/27-Show Low Speedway Park (Show Low, AZ)- Southwest Region 5/27-Electric City Speedway (Great Falls, MT)- Frontier Region 5/27-Boothill Speedway (Greenwood, LA)- Elite Non-Wing Sprints 5/27-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)- National, Warrior Region

5/28-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)- National, Warrior Region 5/28-Ark-La-Tex Speedway (Vivian, LA)- Elite Non-Wing Sprints The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

ASCS Frontier at Electric City cancelled for weather
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

GREAT FALLS, Mont. - This weekend's Memorial Meltdown for the ASCS Frontier Region sprint car tour at Electric City Speedway has been cancelled due to the increasingly poor weather forecast for Friday and Saturday's scheduled events at the Great Falls, Montana facility.

The decision was made Thursday afternoon, before teams from out of the area travel to Great Falls for a potential rain out. Stagg Motor Sports and Electric City Speedway will look at potential make-up dates for this event later in the season at the 3/10-mile clay oval.

The next race for the ASCS Frontier Region is Friday, June 9th at Gallatin Speedway for the Spring Clash at Belgrade. The series races the next night at Big Sky Speedway outside Billings. Kelly Miller of Lethbridge, Alberta has won both ASCS Frontier Region races run so far in 2023 and leads the point standings.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, as well as the American Sprint Car Series National Tour and other ASCS regional 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 9 - Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT
June 10 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

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2023 ASCS Frontier Region winners
May 19 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 20 - Kelly Miller at Big Sky Speedway
May 26 - cancelled due to weather at Electric City Speedway
May 27 - cancelled due to weather at Electric City Speedway

 

 

Seth Bergman Lands ASCS Score At Longdale Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – LONGDALE, Okla. (May 21, 2023) Marking his fourth podium finish in as many outings with the American Sprint Car Series, Sunday at Longdale Speedway was Seth Bergman’s first trip to the top step with the National Tour in 2023.

Pocketing $4,000 at the Walley Rodeo Roundup, the Corridor Electric/Evergreen Coffee, Co. No. 23 spent the first six revolutions battling Tennessee's Howard Moore. Gaining the momentum needed to clear the A.R. Dyno Specialty No. 3 on the seventh lap, Seth would hold the point the rest of the way for his 17th career victory.

With the win, Seth now leads tour standings for the first time this season by six points over Jason Martin.

“Feels good. We’ve been working really hard to win one of these races this year. The first weekend, we came so close, and then last night stung running second again, but hats off to Jason [Martin]; he’s been the one to beat. We’ve been good, but starting position has hindered us a little bit, and tonight getting the front row, I wanted to make sure I made the best of it,” stated Bergman.

Jumping from fourth to second following a Lap 15 restart, Matt Covington landed his first podium finish of the season, with Landon Crawley crossing third for his best career finish in ASCS National competition. As high as second after starting 11th, Kyler Johnson would settle into fourth on Lap 18, while Danny Wood made the charge to fifth on Lap 23.

Landon Britt was sixth, followed by Brandon Anderson. Jeremy Campbell crossed eighth. Shredding a left-rear tire on Lap 15 after running into the top five, Jason Martin was able to make it out from the work area and rally back to ninth, while Jordon Mallett, who changed an engine following Qualifying, drove through the field to complete the top ten.

Sunday at the Walley Rodeo Roundup saw Whit Gastineau set the overall quick time in Qualifying at 14.942-seconds. A.R. Dyno Specialty Heat Race wins went to Howard Moore, Landon Britt, and Matt Covington. Sunday’s field included 22 entries.

The next outing for the American Sprint Car Series is Friday, May 26, at Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, Kan.), then Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, Mo.) on Saturday, May 27, and Sunday, May 28.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ASCSRacing).

Race Results:

ASCS National/ASCS Sooner

Longdale Speedway (Longdale, Okla.)

Sunday, May 21, 2023

Car Count: 22

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 2-Whit Gastineau, 14.942[3]; 2. 187-Landon Crawley, 15.052[1]; 3. 3-Howard Moore, 15.104[2]; 4. 13-Elijah Gile, 15.108[4]; 5. 2B-Brett Becker, 15.346[6]; 6. 88-Jordan Knight, 15.398[7]; 7. 27-Jeremy Huish, 15.550[8]; 8. 6-Christopher Townsend, 16.010[5]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin, 15.212[4]; 2. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 15.399[3]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 15.454[2]; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett, 15.512[7]; 5. 10-Landon Britt, 15.643[5]; 6. (DNS) 27B-Jake Bubak - NT; 7. (DNS) 91-Michael Day - NT

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman, 15.219[2]; 2. 26M-Fred Mattox, 15.341[5]; 3. 95-Matt Covington, 15.495[1]; 4. 10C-Jeremy Campbell, 15.542[7]; 5. 55W-Danny Wood, 15.582[4]; 6. 71-Bradyn Baker, 15.856[6]; 7. 10P-Dylan Postier, 15.941[3]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races (All drivers advance to the A-Feature)

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 3-Howard Moore[2]; 2. 2-Whit Gastineau[4]; 3. 187-Landon Crawley[3]; 4. 13-Elijah Gile[1]; 5. 27-Jeremy Huish[7]; 6. 2B-Brett Becker[5]; 7. 6-Christopher Townsend[8]; 8. 88-Jordan Knight[6]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 10-Landon Britt[4]; 2. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 3. 36-Jason Martin[3]; 4. 45X-Kyler Johnson[2]; 5. 14-Jordon Mallett[5]; 6. 27B-Jake Bubak[6]; 7. 91-Michael Day[7]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 2. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[1]; 3. 23-Seth Bergman[4]; 4. 55W-Danny Wood[5]; 5. 26M-Fred Mattox[3]; 6. 71-Bradyn Baker[6]; 7. 10P-Dylan Postier[7]

A-Feature

A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[2]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[5]; 3. 187-Landon Crawley[7]; 4. 45X-Kyler Johnson[11]; 5. 55W-Danny Wood[9]; 6. 10-Landon Britt[3]; 7. 55B-Brandon Anderson[8]; 8. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[10]; 9. 36-Jason Martin[6]; 10. 14-Jordon Mallett[22]; 11. 27-Jeremy Huish[13]; 12. 88-Jordan Knight[19]; 13. 71-Bradyn Baker[15]; 14. 6-Christopher Townsend[17]; 15. 3-Howard Moore[1]; 16. 2-Whit Gastineau[4]; 17. 13-Elijah Gile[14]; 18. 2B-Brett Becker[16]; 19. 26M-Fred Mattox[12]; 20. 10P-Dylan Postier[18]; 21. 91-Michael Day[21]; 22. 27B-Jake Bubak[20]

Lap Leader(s): Howard Moore 1-6; Seth Bergman 7-25

KSE Hard Charger: Kyler Johnson +7

Driver's Project Quick Time: Whit Gastineau - 14.942-seconds

High Point Driver: Whit Gastineau

Provisional(s): N/A

ASCS Online:

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

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

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

Broadcast: FloRacing.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 3 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway; 5/20 – Longdale Speedway); Seth Bergman – 1 (4/21 – Longdale Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Seth Bergman 569; 2. Jason Martin 563; 3. Landon Britt 509; 4. Matt Covington 507; 5. Brandon Anderson 488; 6. Howard Moore 468; 7. Landon Crawley 462; 8. Kyler Johnson 461; 9. Jordon Mallett 457; 10. Michael Day 397;

 

 

Kelly Miller doubles up ASCS Frontier at Big Sky
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

Photo credit - Jeff Quinn, Speedmax.tv

BILLINGS, MT - Kelly Miller made a further statement on Saturday, winning his second ASCS Frontier Region sprint car main event in as many nights at Big Sky Speedway to open the 2023 season.

After starting fourth in the main event, Miller ran third for a time before finding a fast line and quickly passing Kory Wermling for second place after they completed Lap 15. Already behind early leader Jeremy McCune, Miller got a big run around the top of Turns 1 and 2, flying by McCune to take the lead as they entered the back stretch. Miller proceded to drive away from there and never look back, leading the last ten laps and winning by almost five seconds aboard the KDM Motorsports No. 2jr Eagle.

The win was a continuation of a return to form the Lethbridge, Alberta driver, who went winless with the series when they returned in 2022 after not racing in 2020 or 2021 due to the border being closed. After having not win with the series in almost four years, the two wins this weekend at Big Sky Speedway have put the rest of the teams on notice that the KDM Motorsports team is back.

McCune had his best finish in a while, taking second place aboard his No. 0J Baylor-powered J&J. The Billings, Montana driver led the first 15 laps after starting on the outside of the front row. Defending series champion Trever Kirkland of Helena, Montana came from the eighth starting position to finish third aboard the Kirkland Racing No. 37 Shark-powered Triple X.

Phil Dietz of Laurel, Montana finished fourth, followed by pole-sitter Kory Wermling of Great Falls, Montana.

After Friday's main event went caution-free, Saturday's would've been so again if not for a false start on the initial start. After the false start, the race saw 25 straight green flag laps and it was over in about seven minutes.

Heat races earlier in the evening were won by Miller and McCune.

The series continues its season with a two-night stop at Electric City Speedway in Great Falls, Montana. The Memorial Meltdown is scheduled for Friday and Saturday, May 26th and 27th.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with the 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 tour, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com

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Brodix ASCS Frontier Region
Big Sky Speedway
Billings, MT
May 20, 2023

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. 2jr Kelly Miller, 2. 9k Kory Wermling, 3. 37 Trever Kirkland, 4. 2m Abraham Hernandez, DNS - 28 Joe Perry.

Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. 0J Jeremy McCune, 2. 3 Jordan Milne, 3. 12 Josh Ostermiller, 4. 72 Phil Dietz.

Feature (25 laps): 1. 2jr Kelly Miller, 2. 0J Jeremy McCune, 3. 37 Trever Kirkland, 4. 72 Phil Dietz, 5. 9k Kory Wermling, 6. 3 Jordan Milne, 7. 2m Abraham Hernandez, 8. 28 Joe Perry, DNS - 12 Josh Ostermiller.

Lap leaders - Jeremy McCune 1-15, Kelly Miller 16-25

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region races
May 26 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT
May 27 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT
June 9 - Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT
June 10 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

 

 

Kelly Miller scores ASCS Frontier opener at Big Sky
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR

BILLINGS, Mont. - After going winless in his return to the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region sprint car tour in 2022, Kelly Miller made a large statement on Friday night as he won the 2023 season opening main event in dominant fashion at Big Sky Speedway.

The Lethbridge, Alberta driver battled with defending series champion Trever Kirkland for a handful of laps early on. Miller first took the lead briefly on Lap 6, only for Kirkland to take it back and lead the next four laps. As they worked around slower cars Miller took the lead for good on Lap 11 and led the rest of the caution-free 25-lap feature, pulling away and winning by more than four seconds.

Driving the KDM Motorsports No. 2jr Eagle, Miller scored his first ASCS Frontier Region victory since 2019. Being from Canada, Miller was sidelined during the 2020 and 2021 seasons as the border was closed due to COVID-19 restrictions. Miller made up for that by running the entire 2022 season with ASCS Frontier and running as many races as they could elsewhere, but probably due to some rust they did not appear to be as much of a force as they previously were. Friday night for Miller was a return to form at a track where he won four times previously in ASCS Frontier competition.

Miller started inside the second row for the main event, passing outside front row starting Kory Wermling in the opening laps. It was just a short time before he got to Kirkland to challenge for the lead. After Miller took the lead for good, Kirkland was never able to challenge him.

After leading nine of the first ten laps, Kirkland began his title defense with a runner-up finish aboard the Kirkland Racing No. 37 Shark-powered Triple X, this following a heat race win earlier in the evening for the Helena, Montana driver.

Five-time Montana sprint car champion Phil Dietz of Laurel, Montana made a late race pass around Wermling to finish third aboard the Dietz Racing No. 72 Rodgers-powered Maxim. Dietz won the other heat race earlier. Wermling, who finished second in the ASCS Frontier Region points last year, eventually finished fourth in his No. 9k Two Dot-powered Maxim. Joe Perry was fifth in the Chuck Perry No. 28 Don Ott-powered Maxim.

The series continues its season opening weekend at Big Sky Speedway on Saturday night.

More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, along with the 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 tour, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com

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Brodix ASCS Frontier Region
Big Sky Speedway
Billings, MT
May 19, 2023

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. 37 Trever Kirkland, 2. 0J Jeremy McCune, 3. 38b Bryan Brown, 4. 24m Ian Myers, 5. 12 Josh Ostermiller, DNS - 01 Rich Bailey.

Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. 72 Phil Dietz, 2. 2jr Kelly Miller, 3. 9k Kory Wermling, 4. 28 Joe Perry, 5. 3 Jordan Milne.

Feature (25 laps): 1. 2jr Kelly Miller, 2. 37 Trever Kirkland, 3. 72 Phil Dietz, 4. 9k Kory Wermling, 5. 28 Joe Perry, 6. 0J Jeremy McCune, 7. 24m Ian Myers, 8. 3 Jordan Milne, 9. 38b Bryan Brown, 10. 12 Josh Ostermiller, 11. 01 Rich Bailey.

Laps leaders: Trever Kirkland 1-5, Kelly Miller 6, Kirkland 7-10, Miller 11-25

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Upcoming ASCS Frontier Region races

May 20 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT
May 26 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT
May 27 - Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT
June 9 - Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT
June 10 - Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

 

 

ASCS Northern Plains Opening Season At Casper Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – CASPER, Wyo. (May 16, 2023) Opening the 2023 season at the half-mile Casper Speedway, located just north of Casper, Wyo. the ASCS Northern Plains Region will be in action on Friday, May 19, and Saturday, May 20.

Both nights open at 5:00 P.M., with racing at 7:00 P.M. (MDT). Tickets per night are $15 for adults, $10 for seniors, military, and first responders, and free for kids 12 and under. Pit Passes are $30.

Casper Speedway is a half-mile oval located at 1277 Amoco Rd. Information on the track is online at https://www.facebook.com/CSpeedway or by calling (307) 267-8475. Eddie Kirchoff is the head of the ASCS Northern Plains Region and can be reached via email at blackhillsspeedway@gmail.com or by phone at (307) 660-8866.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

ASCS Elite Outlaw Sprint Series Opening Saturday At Lawton Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – LAWTON, Okla. (May 16, 2023) Time to try again to get the 2023 season rolling for the ASCS Elite Outlaw Sprint Series; action is set to roll into Lawton Speedway on Saturday, May 20.

Saturday’s event pays $2,000 to win, $300 to start, and goes green at 7:30 P.M. Fans can enter the track 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 ASCS Elite Outlaw Sprint Series, 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.

The ASCS Elite Wing and Non-Wing Series is owned and operated by Nathan Moore and operates under the sanction of the American Sprint Car Series. Rules for both tours can be found at http://www.ascsracing.com.

Nathan can be reached at (903) 780-9934 or by email at elitenonwingsprints@gmail.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

ASCS Frontier Region Fires Up At Big Sky Speedway This Friday And Saturday

Bryan Hulbert – BILLINGS, Mont. (May 16, 2023) Ready to kick off the 2023 season, the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region is set to take on Big Sky Speedway in Billings, Mont. on Friday, May 19, and Saturday, May 20.

Headlining the second annual Hillbilly Nationals at the three-eighths-mile oval, this weekend begins the 11th season of competition for the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region. Since the tour’s first race at Big Sky Speedway on June 22, 2013, there have been 45 visits with 23 different winners. Idaho’s Logan Forler leads the win count at seven.

Friday, May 19, and Saturday, May 20, open at 5:30 P.M. with racing at 7:00 P.M. (MDT). Tickets are $20 for adults and youth over 60” tall. Senior and Military are $15. Kids under 60” tall are free into the grandstands. Nightly divisions include WISSOTA Street stocks, IMCA Sport Compacts, INEX Legends, and 602/604 Big Sky Sprints, in addition to the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region.

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.

For questions about the ASCS Frontier Region, contact Josh Stagg at (406) 690-5600, and follow the tour at https://www.facebook.com/ascsfrontier.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

Longdale Speedway Showdown Next For American Sprint Car Series

LONGDALE, Okla. (May 15, 2023) Back into the Sooner State this weekend, the American Sprint Car Series, along with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products, will take on Longdale Speedway on Friday, May 19, and Saturday, May 20.

Taking on the Walleye Rodeo Roundup, the event’s name comes from the Walleye Rodeo at Canton Lake. One of Oklahoma's oldest and largest fishing tournaments, the lake is situated less than two miles from the track and is only six miles north of Canton, Okla.

Stymied by the weather as of late, the event at Longdale Speedway will give Jason Martin a shot to further his point lead. Sweeping the first two events of the 2023 season, the Kansas native is pursued by Washington's Seth Bergman and Tennessee's Landon Britt. Both are tied for the runner-up spot; the margin is 23 points. Howard Moore holds fourth, with Oklahoma’s Brandon Anderson completing the top five.

Friday’s preliminary event offers a $3,000 to-win, $400 to start purse, with Saturday’s finale going to $4,000 to win, $400 to start. Friday, May 19, opens at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 8:00 P.M. Saturday, May 20, opens at the same time, with racing starting at 7:30 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 daily for adults, $15 for seniors, and free for kids 12 and under. Pit Passes are $35. The event is being promoted by Terry Mattox. For more information, contact him at (918) 417-0624 or email terry@ascsracing.com. Longdale Speedway is located just south of Longdale, Okla., on OK-58.

If you have any questions about rules or procedures, contact Terry Mattox at (918) 417-0624 or email terry@ascsracing.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ASCSRacing).

Quick Info

Who: American Sprint Car Series
Where: Longdale Speedway (Longdale, Okla.)
When: Friday, May 19 & Saturday, May 20

When: Friday, May 19, 2023

Where: Longdale Speedway (Longdale, Okla.)
Pits: 4:00 P.M.
Stands: 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.

$3,000 to win, $400 to start

Tickets: $20 | Senior: $15| Kids 12 & Under: Free | Pits: $35
Muffler: N/A
RACEceiver: 454.000

When: Saturday, May 20, 2023:

Where: Longdale Speedway (Longdale, Okla.)
Pits: 3:00 P.M.
Stands: 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.

$4,000 to win, $400 to start

Tickets: $20 | Senior: $15| Kids 12 & Under: Free | Pits: $35
Muffler: N/A
RACEceiver: 454.000

Track Contact Info:

Address: OK-58, Longdale, OK 73755
Phone: (918) 417-0624
Web: https://www.myracepass.com/tracks/3190
Social: https://www.facebook.com/longdalespeedway

ASCS Online:

American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/americansprintcarseries
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ascsracing [@ascsracing]
Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 2 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 300; 2. Seth Bergman 277; 3. Landon Britt 277; 4. Howard Moore 260; 5. Brandon Anderson 244; 6. Matt Covington 235; 7. Kyler Johnson 229; 8. Jordon Mallett 225; 9. Koty Adams 224; 10. Michael Day 214;

 

 

Overnight Storms And Severe Weather Forecast Washes Out Missouri Weekend For ASCS National


BUTLER, Mo. (May 12, 2023) While Thursday's rain fall was less than forecasted, overnight was a different story as heavy rain fall have saturated Electric City Speedway and Moberly Motorsports Park. Coupled with the chance of severe weather tonight and into Saturday morning, both events have unfortunately been canceled.

Track and Series officials are looking at dates to reschedule both events. Information on that will be posted soon.

The next event on the 2023 lineup for the American Sprint Car Series will be the Walleye Rodeo Roundup at Londale Speedway on Friday, May 19, and Saturday, May 20. Both nights are paired with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley's Racing Products.

The event at Longdale is promoted by Terry Mattox Racing. Any questions about rules or procedures, call (918) 417-0624 or email terry@ascsracing.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

Racing Ramps Up With 21 ASCS Sanctioned Events Remaining In May!

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (May 9, 2023) A quick look through the rest of May and the 2023 season is ramping up as more ASCS Regional Tours begin their season. Overall, 21 events remain over the next three weekends across National and Regional lineups.

Looking to this coming weekend, the National Tour of the American Sprint Car Series heads for the “Show-Me State” with the tour debut at Electric City Speedway in Butler, Mo. on Friday, May 12, followed by the return to the high-banked Moberly Motorsports Park in Moberly, Mo. on Saturday, May 13. Both nights are co-sanctioned with the ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps.

The ASCS Elite Non-Wing North Series starts their points season on Saturday, May 13, at El Paso County Raceway. Also on the Saturday card is the ASCS Southwest Region at Mohave Valley Raceway in Mohave Valley, Ariz.

Seven events across two nights, Friday, May 19, and Saturday, May 20, will see ASCS National take on the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products at the Walleye Rodeo Roundup at Longdale Speedway in Longdale, Okla. The Friday/Saturday run will also have two ASCS Regions kick off their seasons. Firstly, the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region will take on Big Sky Speedway in Billings, Mont., both nights, while the ASCS Northern Plains Region heads for Casper Speedway in Casper, Wyo.

Singled in on Saturday, May 20, the ASCS Elite Outlaw Sprints will try again to get their season off the ground at Lawton Speedway in Lawton, Okla. The originally scheduled opener at Rocket Raceway Park on May 6 was called off due to rain.

The unofficial start to summer, Memorial Day Weekend, will feature ten events from Friday, May 26, through Sunday, May 28. Starting with the tours going all three nights, ASCS National will face off against the ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps again at Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City, Kan. on Friday, then head to Lake Ozark Speedway in Eldon, Mo. the next two nights.

Going the wingless route, the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating starts Friday, May 26, at Texarkana 67 Speedway in Texarkana, Ark., then Boothill Speedway in Greenwood, La. on Saturday, May 27, before wrapping up the weekend at Ark-La-Tex Speedway in Vivian, La. on Sunday, May 28.

Back to wings and racing Friday and Saturday during the holiday weekend, ASCS Southwest Region makes a long-awaited return to the newly re-opened Deuce of Clubs Thunder Raceway in Show Low, Ariz. The other and much older Electric City Speedway on the 2023 lineup sits just north of Great Falls, Mont., and will host the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region both nights.

The overview of the coming weeks breaks down like this:

Date – Track (City, State) – Tour(s)

5/12-Electric City Speedway (Butler, MO)- National, Warrior Region
5/13-Mohave Valley Raceway (Bullhead City, AZ)- Southwest Region
5/13-El Paso County Raceway (Calhan, CO)- Elite Non-Wing North Series
5/13-Moberly Motorsports Park (Moberly, MO)- National, Warrior Region

5/19-Longdale Speedway (Longdale, OK)- National, Sooner Region
5/19-Casper Speedway (Casper, WY)- Northern Plains Region
5/19-Big Sky Speedway (Billings, MT)- Frontier Region
5/20-Casper Speedway (Casper, WY)- Northern Plains Region
5/20-Big Sky Speedway (Billings, MT)- Frontier Region
5/20-Lawton Speedway (Lawton, OK)- Elite Outlaw Sprints
5/20-Longdale Speedway (Longdale, OK)- National, Sooner Region

5/26-Show Low Speedway Park (Show Low, AZ)- Southwest Region
5/26-Electric City Speedway (Great Falls, MT)- Frontier Region
5/26-Texarkana 67 Speedway (Texarkana, AR)- Elite Non-Wing Sprints
5/26-Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, KS)- National, Warrior Region
5/27-Show Low Speedway Park (Show Low, AZ)- Southwest Region
5/27-Electric City Speedway (Great Falls, MT)- Frontier Region
5/27-Boothill Speedway (Greenwood, LA)- Elite Non-Wing Sprints
5/27-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)- National, Warrior Region
5/28-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)- National, Warrior Region
5/28-Ark-La-Tex Speedway (Vivian, LA)- Elite Non-Wing Sprints

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

RJ Johnson Wins Again With ASCS Arizona Non-Wing

Bryan Hulbert – CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (May 6, 2023) Adding yet another win to his record with the ASCS Arizona Non-Wing Sprint cars, R.J. Johnson made in career victory No. 18 Saturday night at Central Arizona Raceway.

Taking off from fifth, Johnson was second on Lap 1 and first on Lap 2. Untouchable from there, sixth-starting John Pelkey crossed second, with Cameron LaRose, Pete Yerkovich, and Justin Kierce completing the top five.

The ASCS Arizona Non-Wing Sprints return to Central Arizona Raceway on Saturday, June 3. For information on the track and coming events, log onto https://www.facebook.com/CentralArizonaRaceway or call (602) 292-7607.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd 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 Arizona Non-Wing
Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, Ariz.)
Saturday, May 6, 2023

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 5-Cameron La Rose[1]; 2. 51-RJ Johnson[5]; 3. 43-Justin Kierce[2]; 4. 3-Pete Yerkovich[4]; 5. 85-Bobby Marcum[8]; 6. 10-Eugene Thomas[6]; 7. 3V-Jim Vanzant[3]; 8. 21-Austin Ervine[7]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 12-Josh Pelkey[3]; 2. 6-Kaiden Clark[2]; 3. 0-Jonas Reynolds[5]; 4. 3K-Patrick Krob[1]; 5. 13-Alex Wood[7]; 6. 007-Wayne Siddle[6]; 7. (DNS) 17-Todd Pratt

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 51-RJ Johnson[5]; 2. 12-Josh Pelkey[6]; 3. 5-Cameron La Rose[4]; 4. 3-Pete Yerkovich[9]; 5. 43-Justin Kierce[7]; 6. 0-Jonas Reynolds[3]; 7. 85-Bobby Marcum[1]; 8. 13-Alex Wood[8]; 9. 21-Austin Ervine[14]; 10. 3V-Jim Vanzant[13]; 11. 6-Kaiden Clark[2]; 12. 10-Eugene Thomas[11]; 13. 3K-Patrick Krob[10]; 14. 007-Wayne Siddle[12]; 15. 17-Todd Pratt[15]

 

 

Matt Covington Captures ASCS Regional Showdown During The Impact Signs Open Wheel Showdown At Lucas Oil Speedway!

Bryan Hulbert – WHEATLAND, Mo. (May 6, 2023) Claiming his second victory of the season in just as many outings, Oklahoma’s Matt Covington added his name to the list of winners in the 12th annual Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps Open Wheel Showdown at Lucas Oil Speedway.

Win No. 6 with the ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Warps; the win is also his eighth with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products.

Besting a field of 30, the No. 95 grabbed the lead at the start and never relinquished the position. Chance Morton crossed second, with Roger Crockett climbing eighth to third. Chase Porter and 14th-starting Brandon Anderson completed the top five. Randy Martin was sixth, followed by Jace Park, with Gunner Ramey in tow. From 17th, Sean McClelland made it to ninth, with Steven Russell tenth from 16th.

The ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Warps rolls back to green this coming weekend with the National Tour of the American Sprint Car Series at Electric City Speedway on Friday and Moberly Motorsports Park on Saturday. American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products, is with the National Tour at Longdale Speedway on Friday, May 19, and Saturday, May 20.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ASCSRacing).

Race Results:

ASCS Sooner vs ASCS Warrior
Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, Mo.)
Saturday, May 6, 2023

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 2. 2W-Whit Gastineau[1]; 3. 7M-Chance Morton[8]; 4. 1JR-Steven Russell[3]; 5. 1-Sean McClelland[6]; 6. 36-Jason Martin[7]; 7. 77-Jack Wagner[5]; 8. 2B-Brett Becker[2]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 98P-Miles Paulus[1]; 2. 87J-Jace Park[2]; 3. 11-Roger Crockett[5]; 4. 18X-Nathan Ryun[4]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson[7]; 6. 88-Terry Easum[3]; 7. 55-Chase Brown[6]; 8. (DNS) 23F-Matt Fox

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 22S-Slater Helt[4]; 2. 1H-Hank Davis[2]; 3. 31-Casey Wills[3]; 4. 99-Bret Tripplett[1]; 5. 26M-Fred Mattox[5]; 6. 14E-Kyle Bellm[6]; 7. (DQ) 8M-Kade Morton[7]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 14-Randy Martin[1]; 2. 13-Elijah Gile[3]; 3. 0-Chase Porter[6]; 4. 21-Gunner Ramey[7]; 5. 7C-Chris Morgan[2]; 6. 9$-Kyle Clark[5]; 7. 51-Mitchell Moore[4]

B Feature (12 Laps): 1. 1-Sean McClelland[1]; 2. 36-Jason Martin[4]; 3. 26M-Fred Mattox[3]; 4. 99-Bret Tripplett[2]; 5. 14E-Kyle Bellm[6]; 6. 2B-Brett Becker[12]; 7. 77-Jack Wagner[10]; 8. 8M-Kade Morton[14]; 9. 7C-Chris Morgan[5]; 10. 88-Terry Easum[8]; 11. 55-Chase Brown[9]; 12. (DNS) 9$-Kyle Clark; 13. (DNS) 51-Mitchell Moore; 14. (DNS) 23F-Matt Fox

A Main (25 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 2. 7M-Chance Morton[3]; 3. 11-Roger Crockett[8]; 4. 0-Chase Porter[2]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson[14]; 6. 14-Randy Martin[6]; 7. 87J-Jace Park[10]; 8. 21-Gunner Ramey[9]; 9. 1-Sean McClelland[17]; 10. 1JR-Steven Russell[16]; 11. 99-Bret Tripplett[20]; 12. 2W-Whit Gastineau[12]; 13. 36-Jason Martin[18]; 14. 26M-Fred Mattox[19]; 15. 1H-Hank Davis[11]; 16. 31-Casey Wills[13]; 17. 22S-Slater Helt[4]; 18. 18X-Nathan Ryun[15]; 19. 98P-Miles Paulus[5]; 20. 13-Elijah Gile[7]

 

 

Missouri’s Electric City Speedway And Oklahoma’s Longdale Speedway Added To ASCS National Schedule

Bryan Hulbert – LONGDALE, Okla. (May 3, 2023) An update to the 2023 lineup of events for the American Sprint Car Series, Friday, April 12, will take place at Electric City Speedway in Butler, Mo.

Moving a two-night show from Illinois to Oklahoma, Friday, May 19, and Saturday, May 20, has been shifted to Longdale Speedway due to a scheduling conflict that has come up with the promoters at Tri-City Speedway.

Paired with Moberly Motorsports Park on Saturday, May 13, the Friday night showdown at Electric City Speedway will make the weekend a pair of $4,000 to win, $400 to start events. Both nights are co-sanctioned with the ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps.

Friday’s inaugural trip to the one-third-mile oval just south of Kansas City, Mo., opens at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $25 for adults, $20 for seniors and military, and free for kids 12 and under. Pit Passes are $40. Electric City Speedway is located at 5634 NE County Rd. 3 in Butler, Mo. For information, call Terry Mattox at (918) 147-0624 or visit the track's Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100065931912650

Dubbed the Walleye Rodeo Roundup at Longdale Speedway, the event’s name comes from the Walleye Rodeo at Canton Lake. One of Oklahoma's oldest and largest fishing tournaments, the lake is situated less than two miles from the track and is only six miles north of Canton, Okla. A win for race fans and outdoor enthusiasts alike.

Co-Sanctioned with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products, the two-night affair will offer a $3,000 to win, $400 to start purse on Friday night, with Saturday’s finale going to $4,000 to win, $400 to start, and is the first time the National Tour of the American Sprint Car Series has been on the card at Longdale Speedway.

Friday, May 19, opens at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 8:00 P.M. Saturday, May 20 opens at the same time, with racing starting at 7:30 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 daily for adults, $15 for seniors, and free for kids 12 and under. Pit Passes are $35. The event is being promoted by Terry Mattox. For more information, contact him at (918) 417-0624 or email terry@ascsracing.com. Longdale Speedway is located just south of Longdale, Okla., on OK-58.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ASCSRacing).

Updated 2023 ASCS National Tour Lineup

Date-Track (City, State) Winner

3/17/2023-Devil's Bowl Speedway (Mesquite, TX) Rain

3/18/2023-Devil's Bowl Speedway (Mesquite, TX) Rain

3/31/2023-Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, MS) Rain

4/1/2023-Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, MS) Rain

4/7/2023-Super Bee Speedway (Chatham, LA) Rain

4/8/2023-Super Bee Speedway (Chatham, LA) Rain

4/20/2023-Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, MS) Jason Martin

4/21/2023-Texarkana 67 Speedway (Texarkana, AR) Rain

4/22/2023-Boothill Speedway (Greenwood, LA) Jason Martin

5/12/2023-Electric City Speedway (Butler, MO)

5/13/2023-Moberly Motorsports Park (Moberly, MO)

5/19/2023-Longdale Speedway (Longdale, OK)

5/20/2023- Longdale Speedway (Longdale, OK)

5/26/2023-Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, KS)

5/27/2023-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)

5/28/2023-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)

6/2/2023-Outlaw Motor Speedway (Wainwright, OK)

6/3/2023-Caney Valley Speedway (Caney, KS)

6/15/2023-Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, OK)

6/16/2023-Humboldt Speedway (Humboldt, KS)

6/17/2023-81 Speedway (Park City, KS)

6/22/2023-Lawton Speedway (Lawton, OK)

6/24/2023-Rocket Raceway Park (Petty, TX)

6/30/2023-Boone County Raceway (Albion, NE)

7/1/2023-WaKeeney Speedway (WaKeeney, KS)

7/7/2023-Dodge City Raceway Park (Dodge City, KS)

7/8/2023-Dodge City Raceway Park (Dodge City, KS)

7/14/2023-Thunderbird Speedway (Muskogee, OK)

7/15/2023-Batesville Motor Speedway (Locust Grove, AR)

7/21/2023-Rush County Speedway (La Crosse, KS)

7/22/2023-81 Speedway (Park City, KS)

8/3/2023-Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, IA)

8/**4/2023-Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, IA)

8/5/2023-Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, IA)

8/25/2023-Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, KS)

8/26/2023-Salina Highbanks Speedway (Salina, OK)

9/1/2023-Arrowhead Speedway (Colcord, OK)

9/2/2023-Longdale Speedway (Longdale, OK)

9/12/2023-Clay County Fair Speedway (Spencer, IA)

9/14/2023-Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, MO)

9/15/2023-Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, MO)

9/16/2023-Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, MO)

9/22/2023-TBA

9/23/2023-TBA

10/6/2023-Texarkana 67 Speedway (Texarkana, AR)

10/7/2023-Texarkana 67 Speedway (Texarkana, AR)

10/13/2023-Devil's Bowl Speedway (Mesquite, TX)

10/14/2023-Devil's Bowl Speedway (Mesquite, TX)

10/27/2023-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)

10/28/2023-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)

**Subject to change without notice.

 

 

ASCS Sooner Taking On Warrior Region At Impact Signs Awnings Wraps Open Wheel Showdown At Lucas Oil Speedway!

Bryan Hulbert – WHEATLAND, Mo. (May 2, 2023) Taking on the 12th annual Impact Signs Awnings Wraps Open Wheel Showdown on Saturday, May 6, the ASCS Sooner Region will travel across state lines to take on the ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps at Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Mo.

$2,000 to win and $300 to start for ASCS competitors; the night will also include the POWRi Wingless Auto Racing League and the POWRi National Midget League.

First contested in 2012, Randy Martin won the inaugural Impact Signs Awnings Wraps Open Wheel Showdown. Seth Bergman added his name to the list of winners in 2022. Tennessee’s Brandon Hanks remains the only repeat winner, doing so in 2016 and 2019. Other winners include Randy Hibbs (2014), Jonathan Cornell (2015), Brad Loyet (2017), Logan Seavey (2018), and Ryan Timms (2021). The 2013 event was lost to rain, while 2020 was canceled due to the pandemic.

Saturday, May 6, 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 $45. 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.

The weekend originally included Friday at Lake Ozark Speedway; however, a scheduling conflict caused the Friday event to be canceled.

ASCS Sooner and Warrior events are streamed live on http://www.racindirt.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

Wings On For ASCS Elite North Special At Phillips County Raceway This Saturday

April 27, 2023 (HOLYOKE, Colo.) The second Wing Sprint Car special in Colorado this month, Phillips County Raceway will feature the ASCS Elite North Series on Saturday, April 29.

Normally a Wingless series, the first two shows of the season were tabbed as non-point, special events with the cars running ASCS rules, but the format following that of the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Cars. The first round took place at El Paso County Raceway on April 8 with Sammy Swindell taking the win. The hall of fame driver is set to return to this Saturday’s showdown at Phillips County.

Saturday, April 29 opens at 1:00 P.M. with racing at 6:00 P.M. (MDT). Other classes on the card include Modifieds, Sport Mods, Stocks Cars, Hobby Stocks, and Compacts. Support divisions run under the IMCA banner.

Admission is $20 for adults, $15 for Military and Seniors, $10 for youth 6-12, and free for kids five and under. Phillips County Raceway is located at 22505 US-385 in Holyoke, Colo. For information and directions, log onto https://www.bstpromotions.com/phillips-county-raceway-holyoke.

If there are any questions, contact Joe Bellm at (720) 404-0400.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

Excessive Rain Washes Out ASCS Warrior vs Mid-South At Poplar Bluff

POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. (April 27, 2023) With rain saturating Poplar Bluff Motorsports Park, officials have no choice but to call off Friday night with the ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps along with the ASCS Mid-South Region.

The $2,000 to win, $300 to start showdown at Legit Speedway Park on Saturday, April 29 is still on as planned.

Saturday is presented by Holiday Inn Express of West Plains, Mo. Gates open at 5:00 P.M., with Hot Laps at 6:30 P.M. and Racing at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Admission is $20 for adults, $18 for seniors and Military, $5 for Youth 6-12, and free for kids five and under. Pit Passes are $35. Saturday also includes Super Stocks, Sportsman Late Models, Sport Mods, A-Mods, and Hobby Stocks. Legit Speedway Park is located at 10603 US Hwy. 63 in West Plains, Mo. More information can be found at http://www.legitspeedway.com or by calling (417) 469-4749.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

Mickey Walker Classic Among Updates To 2023 ASCS National Schedule

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (April 24, 2023) Several events have been updated on the 2023 American Sprint Car Series National Tour lineup.

Among those is the Micky Walker Classic on Friday, June 2, and Saturday, June 3. The only time in 2023 Outlaw Motor Speedway will see action, the three-eighths-mile oval located just south of Muskogee will take the Friday portion, with Saturday’s action going to Caney Valley Speedway in Caney, Kan. Both nights pay $4,222 to win, $400 to start. Terry Mattox is promoting both nights.

“Mickey was my best friend, and being able to race in his honor means a lot to his family and me. Kind of a wrench in the mix having to move the race, but thankfully we got something figured out this year. I understand Creek needs to fulfill their contract in rescheduling their Monster Truck show to that date. It happens, but the Mickey Walker Classic will be back at his home track next year,” stated Terry.

Despite being shuttered, the Outlaw Motor Speedway owners have continued maintaining the track. Putting the facility in near race-ready condition, there is a small amount of tidying up that needs to be done.

“I was shocked when I saw the track graded, watered, and otherwise ready to go. Outside of some mowing and general cleanup, they’ve kept the facility in working order, so we will go for it and bring racing to Outlaw at least once in 2023.”

Able to reschedule a date at Creek County Speedway this season, the tour will invade on Thursday, June 15, for a three-night stretch that includes the series return to Humboldt Speedway on Friday, June 16, and 81 Speedway on Saturday, June 17. Each night will pay $4,000 to win, $400 to start.

The Gary Scott Memorial at Moberly Motorsports Park is next on the 2023 lineup. Unfortunately, the event will now be a Saturday-only affair. Terry Mattox is currently talking to another Missouri oval to take the series to on Friday, May 12. That information will be released once finalized.

Terry is also working on filling in some open dates to make up for events lost at the start of the 2023 season to weather.

A reminder that single-night shows in 2023 have been raised to $4,000 to win, $400 to start. The only time a show is $3,000 to win is a preliminary night on a multi-day event at the same track.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

When making it to the track is not an option, the series can be found on http://www.floracing.com, and is included in the platform’s $150 a year subscription plan.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

Updated 2023 ASCS National Tour Lineup

Date-Track (City, State) Winner

3/17/2023-Devil's Bowl Speedway (Mesquite, TX) Rain

3/18/2023-Devil's Bowl Speedway (Mesquite, TX) Rain

3/31/2023-Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, MS) Rain

4/1/2023-Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, MS) Rain

4/7/2023-Super Bee Speedway (Chatham, LA) Rain

4/8/2023-Super Bee Speedway (Chatham, LA) Rain

4/20/2023-Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, MS) Jason Martin

4/21/2023-Texarkana 67 Speedway (Texarkana, AR) Rain

4/22/2023-Boothill Speedway (Greenwood, LA) Jason Martin

5/12/2023-TBA

5/13/2023-Moberly Motorsports Park (Moberly, MO)

5/19/2023-Tri City Speedway (Granite City, IL)

5/20/2023-Tri City Speedway (Granite City, IL)

5/26/2023-Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, KS)

5/27/2023-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)

5/28/2023-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)

6/2/2023-Outlaw Motor Speedway (Wainwright, OK)

6/3/2023-Caney Valley Speedway (Caney, KS)

6/15/2023-Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, OK)

6/16/2023-Humboldt Speedway (Humboldt, KS)

6/17/2023-81 Speedway (Park City, KS)

6/22/2023-Lawton Speedway (Lawton, OK)

6/24/2023-Rocket Raceway Park (Petty, TX)

6/30/2023-Boone County Raceway (Albion, NE)

7/1/2023-WaKeeney Speedway (WaKeeney, KS)

7/7/2023-Dodge City Raceway Park (Dodge City, KS)

7/8/2023-Dodge City Raceway Park (Dodge City, KS)

7/14/2023-Thunderbird Speedway (Muskogee, OK)

7/15/2023-Batesville Motor Speedway (Locust Grove, AR)

7/21/2023-Rush County Speedway (La Crosse, KS)

7/22/2023-81 Speedway (Park City, KS)

8/3/2023-Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, IA)

8/4/2023-Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, IA)

8/5/2023-Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, IA)

8/25/2023-Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, KS)

8/26/2023-Salina Highbanks Speedway (Salina, OK)

9/1/2023-Arrowhead Speedway (Colcord, OK)

9/2/2023-Longdale Speedway (Longdale, OK)

9/12/2023-Clay County Fair Speedway (Spencer, IA)

9/14/2023-Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, MO)

9/15/2023-Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, MO)

9/16/2023-Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, MO)

9/22/2023-TBA

9/23/2023-TBA

10/6/2023-Texarkana 67 Speedway (Texarkana, AR)

10/7/2023-Texarkana 67 Speedway (Texarkana, AR)

10/13/2023-Devil's Bowl Speedway (Mesquite, TX)

10/14/2023-Devil's Bowl Speedway (Mesquite, TX)

10/27/2023-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)

10/28/2023-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)

Subject to change without notice.

 

 

Jason Martin Tops ASCS Showdown At Boothill Speedway!



Bryan Hulbert – GREENWOOD, La. (April 22, 2023) Rolling in with a score to settle Saturday night after suffering a massive crash in 2022, Jason Martin did just that at Boothill Speedway with the American Sprint Car Series, leading start to finish at the three-eighths-mile oval for his second win in as many races.

The fifth time the tour has visited Boothill Speedway, the trend of different winners continues, with Jason adding his name to the list.

“We had a great race car tonight. I love this kind of track where you have to search around, and it just keeps changing throughout the race. It was fun,” stated Jason. “I’m very proud of this team. We couldn’t have asked for a better start to the season, and now we just have to do what we need to do to keep it going.”

Martin’s sixth career victory with the American Sprint Car Series, the No. 36 had to fend off Seth Bergman at the start. Stalked by the No. 23 the first nine laps, Seth slipped to the show position on Lap 10 as Landon Britt worked into the runner-up spot.

Working the hub of the high-banked oval, cautions offered the No. 10 a few shots at the lead, but each time it was Martin who held point. Varying his line as the track became more and more technical, the top three all raced to the white flag with the win hanging in the balance. Needing to make one last perfect lap, Jason was able to hit his marks to win by 0.588-seconds.

Landon Britt held on for second over Seth Bergman, with Howard Moore winning the battle for fourth over Cody Gardner. Sixth went to Matt Covington, followed by Brandon Anderson. Louisiana’s Koty Adams crossed eighth, followed by Kyler Johnson. Involved in a caution on Lap 5, Michael Day rebounded to a top-ten finish.

Saturday’s field broke into three AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races, with wins going to Matt Covington, Cody Gardner, and Michael Day. The KSE Hard Charger was Howard Moore. All drivers in attendance advanced to the A-Feature. Landon Britt was the overall quick qualifier and established a new track record at 12.644-seconds.

The American Sprint Car Series races again at Moberly Motorsports Park in Moberly, Mo., on Saturday, May 13.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

When making it to the track is not an option, the series can be found on http://www.floracing.com, and is included in the platform’s $150 a year subscription plan.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour

Boothill Speedway (Greenwood, La.)

Saturday, April 22, 2023

Car Count: 19

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 10-Landon Britt, 12.644[3]; 2. 187-Landon Crawley, 12.883[2]; 3. 95-Matt Covington, 12.918[4]; 4. 3X-Dean Drake Jr, 13.114[6]; 5. 71-Bradyn Baker, 13.157[7]; 6. 5L-Dusty Young, 13.179[1]; 7. 93-Chris Sweeney, 14.226[5]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman, 12.763[5]; 2. G6-Cody Gardner, 12.827[2]; 3. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 12.869[4]; 4. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 13.042[1]; 5. 14-Jordon Mallett, 13.092[6]; 6. 85-Josh McCord, 13.883[3]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin, 12.819[3]; 2. 6G-Koty Adams, 13.017[1]; 3. 3-Howard Moore, 13.031[6]; 4. 91-Michael Day, 13.110[5]; 5. 6-Christopher Townsend, 13.465[4]; 6. 2H-Tommy Hall, 14.215[2]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races (All drivers advance to the A-Feature)

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 2. 10-Landon Britt[4]; 3. 187-Landon Crawley[3]; 4. 3X-Dean Drake Jr[1]; 5. 71-Bradyn Baker[5]; 6. 5L-Dusty Young[6]; 7. 93-Chris Sweeney[7]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. G6-Cody Gardner[3]; 2. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 3. 23-Seth Bergman[4]; 4. 45X-Kyler Johnson[2]; 5. 14-Jordon Mallett[5]; 6. 85-Josh McCord[6]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 91-Michael Day[1]; 2. 3-Howard Moore[2]; 3. 36-Jason Martin[4]; 4. 6G-Koty Adams[3]; 5. 6-Christopher Townsend[5]; 6. 2H-Tommy Hall[6]

A-Feature

FloRacing A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin[1]; 2. 10-Landon Britt[4]; 3. 23-Seth Bergman[2]; 4. 3-Howard Moore[7]; 5. G6-Cody Gardner[3]; 6. 95-Matt Covington[5]; 7. 55B-Brandon Anderson[10]; 8. 6G-Koty Adams[9]; 9. 45X-Kyler Johnson[11]; 10. 91-Michael Day[8]; 11. 187-Landon Crawley[6]; 12. 14-Jordon Mallett[12]; 13. 71-Bradyn Baker[13]; 14. 3X-Dean Drake Jr[15]; 15. 5L-Dusty Young[16]; 16. 2H-Tommy Hall[18]; 17. 6-Christopher Townsend[14]; 18. 85-Josh McCord[17]; 19. 93-Chris Sweeney[19]

Lap Leader(s): Jason Martin 1-25

KSE Hard Charger: Howard Moore +3

Driver's Project Quick Time: Landon Britt -12.644

High Point Driver: Landon Britt

Provisional(s): N/A

ASCS Online:

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

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

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

Broadcast: FloRacing.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 2 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway; 4/22 – Boothill Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 300; 2. Seth Bergman 277; 3. Landon Britt 277; 4. Howard Moore 260; 5. Brandon Anderson 244; 6. Matt Covington 235; 7. Kyler Johnson 229; 8. Jordon Mallett 225; 9. Koty Adams 224; 10. Michael Day 214;

 

 

Bergman Bags ASCS Sooner Victory At Thunderbird Speedway!

Bryan Hulbert - MUSKOGEE, Okla. (April 21, 2023) Determined to get three nights of racing in this weekend, Seth Bergman made the run from Byram, Miss. to Muskogee, Okla. a victorious one Friday night with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley's Racing Products.

Pocketing the night’s $2,066 prize at Thunderbird Speedway, the win is Seth's 17th with the regional tour.

Climbing a dozen positions for runner-up honors was Jace Park, who was followed by Blake Hahn, who made up nine spots. Up five to fourth was Wayne Johnson with John Carney II making up the top five. Chance Morton, Zach Blurton, Tuesday Calderwood, Danny Jennings, and Sean McClelland completed the top ten.

The American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley's Racing Products races next at Elk City Motorsports Park on Saturday, April 22. The Saturday showdown is $3,000 to win, $300 to start.

Gates opens at 5:00 P.M. with Racing at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Other classes include USRA Limited Modifieds, Factory Stocks, and USRA Tuners. Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for youth (8-15), seniors, military, and first responders. Kids eight and under are free.

Elk City Motorsports Park is located at 5612 W 20th St. in Elk City, Okla. Information on the track is online at https://www.facebook.com/ElkCityMotorsportsPark or by calling (580) 514-3267.

Fans not able to attend can see the action on http://www.racindirt.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ASCSRacing)

Race Results

ASCS Sooner Region
Thunderbird Speedway (Muskogee, Okla.)
Friday, April 21, 2023

Schure Built Suspension Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 1J-Danny Jennings[2]; 2. 3-Zach Blurton[1]; 3. 6-John Carney II[5]; 4. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[3]; 5. 1H-Hank Davis[4]; 6. 8M-Kade Morton[9]; 7. 90-Lance Norick[7]; 8. 26M-Fred Mattox[6]; 9. 13-Elijah Gile[8]

Lightning Wings Powder Coating Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 2W-Whit Gastineau[1]; 2. 23-Seth Bergman[2]; 3. 1-Sean McClelland[4]; 4. 2C-Wayne Johnson[3]; 5. 7M-Chance Morton[6]; 6. 52-Blake Hahn[5]; 7. 87J-Jace Park[7]; 8. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[8]

American Bank of Oklahoma A-Main (20 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[2]; 2. 87J-Jace Park[14]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn[12]; 4. 2C-Wayne Johnson[9]; 5. 6-John Carney II[3]; 6. 7M-Chance Morton[10]; 7. 3-Zach Blurton[5]; 8. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[6]; 9. 1J-Danny Jennings[1]; 10. 1-Sean McClelland[8]; 11. 26M-Fred Mattox[16]; 12. 8M-Kade Morton[7]; 13. 90-Lance Norick[13]; 14. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[15]; 15. 13-Elijah Gile[17]; 16. 1H-Hank Davis[11]; 17. 2W-Whit Gastineau[4]

 

 

It's Jason Martin At The Line With The American Sprint Car Series At Jackson Motor Speedway!


Bryan Hulbert – BYRAM, Miss. (April 20, 2023) Winner in the final race of the 2022 season to winning the 2023 season opener for the American Sprint Car Series, Thursday's showdown at Jackson Motor Speedway came down to the line for Jason Martin, who held off Seth Bergman at the by 0.049-seconds.

“I’m pretty excited. That was a hell of a finish,” stated Martin. “Definitely wish I was better there towards the end. That restart with fifteen to go, I already had the wing in the trunk, so I was holding on for dear life the last half of that.”

Fending off the last-lap charge of Seth Bergman, the No. 23 pounded the cushion at both ends of the Jackson Motor Speedway through the final six-lap run. Chasing Landon Britt for silver the first 15 laps, the No. 10 put the left-side tires to the sky momentarily and left the door open.

Stalking Martin into traffic numerous times, only to have a caution clear the way for the No. 36; the final caution came on Lap 24. Rushing the top on the restart in one and two, Martin switched low in three and four. Varying his approach to the cushion, Bergman found the run with two to go. Putting the Hoosiers on the curb off the final turn, the pair shot the line in a photo finish.

Landon Britt held on for third, with Howard Moore earning the KSE Hard Charger Award with an eight-spot run to fourth. Brandon Anderson completed the top five. Dale Howard, Jordon Mallett, Kyler Johnson, Matt Covington, and Chase Howard made up the top ten.

The Thursday field included 21 drivers. AR Dyno Specialty Heat Race wins went to Landon Britt, Jason Martin, and Jordon Mallett. The high-point driver of the night was Matt Covington. All drivers advanced to the A-Feature. A track record was established by Koty Adams in the Dustin Gates owned No. 6 at 14.154-seconds.

The next outing for the American Sprint Car Series is Saturday, April 22 at Boothill Speedway in Greenwood, La.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

When making it to the track is not an option, the series can be found on http://www.floracing.com, and is included in the platform’s $150 a year subscription plan.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour

Jackson Motor Speedway (Jackson, Miss.)

Thursday, April 20, 2023

Car Count: 21

The Driver's Project Group Qualifying

The Drivers Project Qualifying 1: 1. 23-Seth Bergman, 14.437[2]; 2. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 14.467[3]; 3. 71-Bradyn Baker, 14.484[6]; 4. 10-Landon Britt, 14.486[1]; 5. 3-Howard Moore, 14.521[7]; 6. 91-Michael Day, 14.532[5]; 7. 28S-Rusty Sanford, 15.125[4]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 2: 1. 6G-Koty Adams, 14.154[3]; 2. 71T-Channin Tankersley, 14.314[6]; 3. 13-Chase Howard, 14.524[1]; 4. 36-Jason Martin, 14.534[7]; 5. 13X-Todd Fayard, 14.953[5]; 6. 6-Christopher Townsend, 15.026[2]; 7. 44-Ronny Howard, 15.065[4]

The Drivers Project Qualifying 3: 1. 95-Matt Covington, 14.397[3]; 2. 47-Dale Howard, 14.446[1]; 3. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 14.544[2]; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett, 14.599[5]; 5. 187-Landon Crawley, 14.726[6]; 6. 10K-Dewayne White, 15.017[7]; 7. (DNS) B52-Bill Mason, NT

AR Dyno Specialty Heat Races (All drivers advance to the A-Feature)

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 10-Landon Britt[1]; 2. 55B-Brandon Anderson[3]; 3. 23-Seth Bergman[4]; 4. 3-Howard Moore[5]; 5. 91-Michael Day[6]; 6. 71-Bradyn Baker[2]; 7. 28S-Rusty Sanford[7]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin[1]; 2. 13-Chase Howard[2]; 3. 13X-Todd Fayard[5]; 4. 6-Christopher Townsend[6]; 5. 44-Ronny Howard[7]; 6. 71T-Channin Tankersley[3]; 7. 6G-Koty Adams[4]

AR Dyno Specialty Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[1]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 3. 45X-Kyler Johnson[2]; 4. 47-Dale Howard[3]; 5. 187-Landon Crawley[5]; 6. 10K-Dewayne White[6]; 7. B52-Bill Mason[7]

A-Feature

FloRacing A-Main (30 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin[1]; 2. 23-Seth Bergman[5]; 3. 10-Landon Britt[2]; 4. 3-Howard Moore[12]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson[4]; 6. 47-Dale Howard[9]; 7. 14-Jordon Mallett[7]; 8. 45X-Kyler Johnson[11]; 9. 95-Matt Covington[6]; 10. 13-Chase Howard[3]; 11. 6G-Koty Adams[16]; 12. 187-Landon Crawley[15]; 13. 91-Michael Day[14]; 14. 10K-Dewayne White[18]; 15. 28S-Rusty Sanford[19]; 16. 13X-Todd Fayard[8]; 17. 6-Christopher Townsend[10]; 18. 44-Ronny Howard[13]; 19. 71T-Channin Tankersley[17]; 20. 71-Bradyn Baker[20]; 21. (DNS) B52-Bill Mason

Lap Leader(s): Jason Martin

KSE Hard Charger: Howard Moore +8

Driver's Project Quick Time: Koty Adams - 14.154-seconds (NTR)

High Point Driver: Matt Covington

Provisional(s): N/A

ASCS Online:

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

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

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

Broadcast: FloRacing.com

Live-Scoring: My Race Pass App

2023 Race Winners: Jason Martin – 1 (4/20 – Jackson Motor Speedway);

2023 Driver Points (Top 10): 1. Jason Martin 150; 2. Seth Bergman 142; 3. Landon Britt 135; 4. Howard Moore 130; 5. Brandon Anderson 125; 6. Dale Howard 122; 7. Jordon Mallett 119; 8. Kyler Johnson 116; 9. Matt Covington 113; 10. Chase Howard 110;

 

 

Friday At Texarkana 67 Speedway Called Due To Wet Forecast. Racing Thursday And Saturday Still On

Bryan Hulbert – TEXARKANA, Ark. (April 20, 2023) Watching the forecast closely over the last few days, it has settled in on rain Friday, April 21, at Texarkana 67 Speedway, forcing officials to call off action with the American Sprint Car Series and ASCS Mid-South Region.

The series kicks off its 2023 season Thursday night at Jackson Motor Speedway and will continue the weekend at Boothill Speedway in Greenwood, La., on Saturday, April 22.

Thursday night begins at 8:00 P.M., with Saturday’s show at Boothill going green at 7:30 P.M. (CDT). Information on both events can be found at http://www.ascsracing.com.

When: Thursday, April 20, 2023

Where: Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, Miss.)

Pits: 4:00 P.M.

Stands: 5:00 P.M.

Hot Laps/Qualifying: 7:00 P.M.

Racing: 8:00 P.M.

Tickets: $20 | Kids 12 & Under: Free | Pits: $40

When: Friday, April 21, 2023: Rained Out

When: Saturday, April 22, 2023

Where: Boothill Speedway (Greenwood, La.)

Pits: 3:00 P.M.

Stands: 4:00 P.M.

Hot Laps/Qualifying: 7:00 P.M.

Racing: 8:00 P.M.

Tickets: $25 | Youth 6-11: $10 | Kids 5 & Under: Free | Pits: $40

The site of one of the wildest races of the 2022 season, which saw Wayne Johnson become the fourth winner in just as many visits. Greeted by a packed house, it was safe to say fans were more than ready for the return of the American Sprint Car Series. Located just west of Shreveport, La., the track recently underwent an ownership change that saw Sabine Speedway promoter Bubba Jones and former Ark-La-Tex Speedway General Manager Ralo Pilkington taking over.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

When making it to the track is not an option, the series can be found on http://www.floracing.com, and is included in the platform’s $150 a year subscription plan.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

ASCS Sooner Region Back In Action At Muskogee And Elk City

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (April 19, 2023) A two-night swing is next for the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products with Muskogee’s Thunderbird Speedway set for action on Friday, April 21, followed by the series debut at Elk City Motorsports Park in Elk City, Okla. on Saturday, April 22.

Friday’s event pays $2,000 to win, $300 to start, with Saturday getting a bonus to $3,000 to win, plus $1,500 to second thanks to RTR Home Rentals, VET Nation, and Jay’s Brake and Alignment. A random draw of the sixth through then place cars will get a $250 bonus.

Last in action at the famed half-mile-oval on May 29, 2022, against the ASCS National Tour, the night’s victory belonged to Sam Hafertepe, Jr. The Sooner Region takes on the National Tour at Muskogee again on Friday, July 14. Looking forward to this Friday’s regional affair, the Bud Morgan Memorial will also include Factory Stocks, Pure Stocks, and B-Mods. Tickets are $15 for adults, with kids 12 and under free. Gates open at 5:00 P.M., Hot Laps are at 7:00 P.M., and Racing is at 8:00 P.M. (CDT).

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

The series' first trip to the three-eighths-mile Elk City Motorsports Park, the track was reopened in 2022 after being shuttered since 2019. No stranger to Sprint Cars, the track features a rotating lineup of RaceSaver Sprint Cars, as well as OCRS events. Saturday is the only time the American Sprint Car Series will be in action this season.

Saturday, April 22, opens at 5:00 P.M. with Racing at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Other classes include USRA Limited Modifieds, Factory Stocks, and USRA Tuners. Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for youth (8-15), seniors, military, and first responders. Kids eight and under are free.

Elk City Motorsports Park is located at 5612 W 20th St. in Elk City, Okla. Information on the track is online at https://www.facebook.com/ElkCityMotorsportsPark or by calling (580) 514-3267.

Fans not able to attend can see the action on http://www.racindirt.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ASCSRacing)

 

 

ASCS National Set To Open Season This Weekend

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (April 18, 2023) Looking to get the 2023 season rolling this week, the American Sprint Car Series will head for a three-night run starting Thursday, April 20 through Saturday, April 22, in Mississippi, Arkansas, and Louisiana.

Each night paying $4,000 to win, $400 to start, the season will kick off Thursday at Jackson Motor Speedway in Byram, Miss., before heading to Texarkana 67 Speedway in Texarkana, Ark. on Friday. The weekend wraps up at Boothill Speedway in Greenwood, La. on Saturday. The weekend will also serve as the opener for the ASCS Mid-South Region.

When: Thursday, April 20, 2023

Where: Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, Miss.) Pits: 4:00 P.M. Stands: 5:00 P.M. Hot Laps/Qualifying: 7:00 P.M. Racing: 8:00 P.M.

Tickets: $20 | Kids 12 & Under: Free | Pits: $40

The long-awaited return to the Mississippi oval, the ASCS National Tour, last saw action at Jackson on April 19, 1997, with Garry Lee Maier taking the win. The only other time the series passed through was August 12, 1995, with Terry Gray emerging victorious. The track has hosted the ASCS Mid-South Region numerous times since then, with the most recent regional event in 2021.

When: Friday, April 21, 2023

Where: Texarkana 67 Speedway (Texarkana, Ark.) Pits: 4:00 P.M. Stands: 5:00 P.M. Hot Laps/Qualifying: 7:30 P.M. Racing: 8:00 P.M.

Tickets: $20 | Youth 6-10: $1 | Kids 5 & Under: Free | Pits: $35

Rolling into Texarkana for the 11th time in 2022, the return to the Arkansas three-eighths-mile went the way of Derek Hagar. Under the stewardship of three-time ASCS National Champion Tim Crawley, the track was brought back from its demise by the racing legend, turned promoter, who owns three wins at the track in 1998, 2005, and 2009.

When: Saturday, April 22, 2023

Where: Boothill Speedway (Greenwood, La.) Pits: 3:00 P.M. Stands: 4:00 P.M. Hot Laps/Qualifying: 7:00 P.M. Racing: 8:00 P.M.

Tickets: $25 | Youth 6-11: $10 | Kids 5 & Under: Free | Pits: $40

The site of one of the wildest races of the 2022 season, which saw Wayne Johnson become the fourth winner in just as many visits. Greeted by a packed house, it was safe to say fans were more than ready for the return of the American Sprint Car Series. Located just west of Shreveport, La., the track recently underwent an ownership change that saw Sabine Speedway promoter Bubba Jones and former Ark-La-Tex Speedway General Manager Ralo Pilkington taking over.

Updates on the events, if any are needed, will be posted to http://www.ascsracing.com as well as all social media pages.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

When making it to the track is not an option, the series can be found on http://www.floracing.com, and is included in the platform’s $150 a year subscription plan.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

Central Arizona Raceway On Tap For ASCS Southwest Region

Bryan Hulbert – CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (April 11, 2023) Getting back on track on Saturday, April 15, the ASCS Southwest Region will take on Central Arizona Raceway in Casa Grande, Ariz.

The season’s second excursion to the high-banked, three-eighths-mile oval, the tour’s last stop in March to kick off the 2023 season, was a two-night affair with D.J. Neto and Jake Helsel splitting time atop the podium. Going into the weekend, a consistent weekend by Dominic Scelzi has put him in the points lead ahead of Netto and Helsel.

Saturday, April 15, Pits open at 2:00 P.M., Grandstands at 4:00 P.M., with racing at 6:00 P.M. (MT). Admission is $20 for adults, $18 for Senior and Military, $15 for Students (12-17), and free for Youth (11 and under). Pit Passes are $35. Central Arizona Raceway is located behind the Pinal County Fairgrounds at 512 S. Eleven Mile Corner.

In addition to the ASCS Southwest Region, Challenge Cup Sprint Cars, Pure Stocks, Bombers, and NOW600 Cactus Region Micros (A-Class, Outlaw, and Restricted). For information on the track and coming events, log onto https://www.facebook.com/CentralArizonaRaceway or call (602) 292-7607.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Fans unable to attend this weekend’s ASCS Southwest Region opener can watch live at https://www.speedsport.tv.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

Lucas Oil Contract Not Renewed For Chili Bowl And Tulsa Shootout

TULSA, Okla. (April 7, 2023) Following 2023 events at Tulsa Expo Raceway, Lucas Oil and its Team Lucas affiliates have not been renewed as title and presenting sponsors for the Chili Bowl Nationals and Tulsa Shootout.

A partnership that stretched over a decade, the brand has made massive changes in its marketing and sponsorship of events, series, and drivers in short-track racing since 2022.

“We were with Lucas Oil for a long time, and they did a lot of great things for us. They did a lot of great things for grassroots racing, and I have nothing but great things to say about them. We understand that they are moving in a different direction with new people in charge, and that’s fine. Every business needs to do what they feel is best for them,” stated Chili Bowl co-founder, Emmett Hahn.

Now free of contractual obligations, the Chili Bowl Nationals has regained both the entitlement and presenting sponsorships for both the Chili Bowl and the Tulsa Shootout, as well as the entirety of the valuable trackside signage. With all negotiation windows concluded, officials have started the process of marketing these one-of-a-kind opportunities. Inquiries can be made by calling Tom Hahn at (918) 381-3292 or emailing tom@chilibowl.com.

The 38th annual Chili Bowl Nationals takes place January 8-13, 2024, under the giant roof of the SageNet Center in Tulsa, Okla. Times and other event information will be published as the event draws closer. Fans unable to attend can watch every lap live at http://www.floracing.com.

For continued updates on the Chili Bowl Nationals, fans can follow along on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram with @CBNationals. All official press, updates, and results on the Chili Bowl Nationals can be found online at http://www.chilibowl.com.

 

 

Exceedingly Wet Forecast Halts ASCS National Opener…Again

DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (April 4, 2023) Mother Nature has gone undefeated so far against the American Sprint Car Series, with this week’s horribly wet forecast forcing track officials at Super Bee Speedway in Chatham, La. to cancel events on Friday, April 7, and Saturday, April 8.

Track and Series Officials are currently looking for a date to reschedule.

Putting the series at 0-6 on the season against March and April rainfall, the tour will look forward to getting the 2023 season rolling with a three-night stretch that begins at Jackson Motor Speedway on Thursday, April 20, then heads to Texarkana 67 Speedway on Friday, April 21, then Boothill Speedway on Saturday, April 22.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

When making it to the track is not an option, the series can be found on http://www.floracing.com, and is included in the platform’s $150 a year subscription plan.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

ASCS Elite Non-Wing Headlining Abilene Speedway This Saturday!

Bryan Hulbert – ABILENE, Texas (April 4, 2023) Back on track this Saturday, April 8, the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating will take on the Dale Parson Classic at Abilene Speedway.

The season’s only scheduled appearance at the quarter-mile oval, the 2022 visit saw Dalton Stevens standing tall in Victory Lane over a field of 31. The sixth driver to win at Abilene Speedway in as many appearances by the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating, other winners include Steven Shebester (2021), Paul White (2018), Justin Zimmerman (2017), Justin Melton (2016), and Dustin Gates (2015).

One event into the 2023 season, Jason Howell’s thrilling win at Kennedale Speedway Park has put him atop the points. Scott Evans, Dalton Stevens, Justin Zimmerman, and Blake Jenkins make up the top five going into Saturday night.

Saturday, April 8, opens at 5:30 P.M. with racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $18 for Adults, $12 for Military (with ID), $5 for Youth (6-12), and free for Kids five and under. 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 ASCS Elite Wing and Non-Wing Series is owned and operated by Nathan Moore and operates under the sanction of the American Sprint Car Series. Rules for both tours can be found at http://www.ascsracing.com.

Nathan can be reached at (903) 780-9934 or by email at elitenonwingsprints@gmail.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

SCHEDULE UPDATE >> ASCS Sooner At Creek Delayed; 2023 Season Opener Saturday At Nevada Speedway With ASCS Warrior

Bryan Hulbert - NEVADA, Mo. (April 3, 2023) As Creek County Speedway officials work to get caught up on projects slowed by the weather during the winter months, and ongoing rain in March, that has forced the cancelation of events with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley's Racing Products on Friday, April 7.

The showdown on Saturday, April 8, at Nevada Speedway against the ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps, is a go for $2,000 to win, $300 to start.

Saturday, April 8, will see Pits opening at 4:00 P.M., Grandstands at 5:00 P.M., and racing at 7:30 P.M. (CDT). Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for seniors, and free for kids 10 and under. Pits are $35. Other classes on the card include Pure Stocks, B-Mods, and Midwest Mods.

Fans not able to attend can see the action on http://www.racindirt.com.

Nevada Speedway is located at 17623 S. 1700th Rd in Nevada, Mo., just behind the Wal-Mart Super Center. For information on the track, check out their Facebook Page or call (417) 262-3670.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd 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).

 

 

Forecast Of Severe Weather Cancels ASCS Opener At Jackson Motor Speedway

Bryan Hulbert – BYRAM, Miss. (March 29, 2023) Two times tried, two times Mother Nature has stepped in at Jackson Motor Speedway. Due to a worsening wet forecast this weekend, that now as the chance for severe weather, the Capital City Clash with the National Tour of the American Sprint Car Series has been canceled.

“Not the call I want to make, but the worse alternative is having everyone show up and not be able to race knowing the forecast for Friday. Plus, seeing the chance of severe weather in the mix, it changes things to a safety concern,” stated ASCS owner, Terry Mattox. “I want to race. That’s how I make my living, but I also don’t want to get anyone hurt. They just had pretty devastating storms in that area."

The Capital City Clash will be rescheduled during the 2024 season.

A race night at Jackson Motor Speedway will be added to the 2023 lineup on Thursday, April 20, making a three night run through the Mid-South with Texarkana on Friday, and Boothill on Saturday. Each event pays $4,000 to win, $400 to start.

The start of the 2023 season shifts to the series return to Super Bee Speedway in Chatham, La. on Friday, April 7, and Saturday, April 8.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

When making it to the track is not an option, the series can be found on http://www.floracing.com, and is included in the platform’s $150 a year subscription plan.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

R.J. Johnson Back On Top With ASCS Arizona Non-Wing

Bryan Hulbert - CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (March 25, 2023) Garnering his 17th career victory with the ASCS Arizona Non-Wing Sprints, R.J. Johnson returned to Victory Lane Saturday night at Central Arizona Raceway.

Taking off from the right of the front row, the win is R.J.'s first of the season with the wingless series.

Leading from start to finish, the advantage at the finish was 2.399-seconds over Logan Calderwood, who picked up five spots for second. Cameron La Rose third was followed by Pete Yerkovich. The top five rounded out with Daylin Perreira from 12th.

Charles Davis, Jr., Eugene Thomas, Tuesday Calderwood, Troy DeGaton, and Justin Kierce made up the top ten.

The ASCS Arizona Non-Wing Sprints return to Central Arizona Raceway on Saturday, May 6. For information on the track and coming events, log onto https://www.facebook.com/CentralArizonaRaceway or call (602) 292-7607.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd 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 Arizona Non-Wing

Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, Ariz.)

Saturday, March 25, 2023

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 51-RJ Johnson[1]; 2. 3-Pete Yerkovich[2]; 3. 17-Ricky Lewis[6]; 4. 0-Jonas Reynolds[3]; 5. 43-Justin Kierce[4]; 6. 3V-Jim Vanzant[5]; 7. (DNS) 10-George Zills

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 11C-Charles Davis Jr[4]; 2. 6-Logan Calderwood[1]; 3. 39T-Troy DeGaton[3]; 4. 21-Austin Ervine[6]; 5. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[5]; 6. 49Z-Karl Ackley[7]; 7. 72-AJ Hernandez[2]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 5-Cameron La Rose[4]; 2. 51W-Ronald Webster[5]; 3. 10T-Eugene Thomas[1]; 4. 007-Wayne Siddle[2]; 5. 21P-Daylin Perreira[6]; 6. 3K-Patrick Krob[3]; 7. 13-Alex Wood[7]

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 51-RJ Johnson[2]; 2. 6-Logan Calderwood[7]; 3. 5-Cameron La Rose[5]; 4. 3-Pete Yerkovich[1]; 5. 21P-Daylin Perreira[12]; 6. 11C-Charles Davis Jr[6]; 7. 10T-Eugene Thomas[10]; 8. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[14]; 9. 39T-Troy DeGaton[9]; 10. 43-Justin Kierce[15]; 11. 007-Wayne Siddle[13]; 12. 49Z-Karl Ackley[16]; 13. 21-Austin Ervine[8]; 14. 51W-Ronald Webster[4]; 15. 0-Jonas Reynolds[11]; 16. 3K-Patrick Krob[18]; 17. 72-AJ Hernandez[20]; 18. 3V-Jim Vanzant[17]; 19. 13-Alex Wood[19]; 20. (DNS) 17-Ricky Lewis; 21. (DNS) 10-George Zills

 

 

ASCS Arizona Non-Wing Sprints Back At Central Arizona Raceway This Saturday

Bryan Hulbert – CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (March 20, 2023) Ready for the second round of the 2023 season, the ASCS Arizona Non-Wing Sprints are back in action on Saturday, March 25, at Central Arizona Raceway.

Kicking off the 2023 season for the overall lineup of ASCS action on February 11, the season-opening win went to Sterling Cling, who led all but one lap over the field of 24 competitors. Looking forward to this Saturday’s showdown, the ASCS Arizona Non-Wing Sprints will include Pure Stocks, Bombers, Dwarf Cars, and NOW600 Cactus Region Micros (A-Class, Outlaw, and Restricted).

Saturday, March 25, opens at 4:00 P.M. with racing at 6:00 P.M. (MT). Admission is $20 for adults, $18 for Senior and Military, $15 for Students (12-17), and free for Youth (11 and under). Pit open at 2:00 P.M. and Pit Passes are $35. Central Arizona Raceway is located behind the Pinal County Fairgrounds at 512 S. Eleven Mile Corner.

For information on the track and coming events, log onto https://www.facebook.com/CentralArizonaRaceway or call (602) 292-7607.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd 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).

 

 

Mother Nature Postpones Non-Wing Short Track Nationals

Bryan Hulbert – TEXARKANA, Ark. (March 20, 2023) With rainfall boarding on relentless and more on the way, officials at Texarkana 67-Speedway have made the call to postpone the Non-Wing Short Track Nationals featuring the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating.

Track officials are looking for a new date that will work with area schedules and touring schedules to allow teams to be a part of the $ 10,000-to-win event. According to track officials, anyone already pre-entered will have their entries refunded this week, so they are not out that money in the meantime.

For updates on events with Texarkana 67-Speedway, log onto http://www.67speedwayoftexarkana.com and follow on Social Media https://www.facebook.com/67speedwayoftexarkana.

The ASCS Elite Wing and Non-Wing Series is owned and operated by Nathan Moore and operates under the sanction of the American Sprint Car Series. Rules for both tours can be found at http://www.ascsracing.com.

Nathan can be reached at (903) 780-9934 or by email at elitenonwingsprints@gmail.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

Forecasted Rain And Cold Halts Devil’s Bowl Spring Nationals

Bryan Hulbert – MESQUITE, Texas (March 15, 2023) The start of the 2023 season for the American Sprint Car Series will have to wait a little longer as officials with the Devil’s Bowl Speedway have made the call to cancel this weekend’s Spring Nationals due to forecasted heavy rains on Thursday, followed by low and near freezing temperatures on Friday and Saturday that won’t allow time for the already rain softened facility to be usable.

The 2023 season will now begin with the $15,000 to win Capital City Clash at Jackson Motor Speedway in Byram, Miss., on Friday, March 31, and Saturday, April 1.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

When making it to the track is not an option, the series can be found on http://www.floracing.com, and is included in the platform’s $150 a year subscription plan.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

Joshua Tyre To Direct ASCS Sooner Region In 2023

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (March 14, 2023) Looking forward to the 2023 season with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products, the Oklahoma based tour will be headed by Joshua Tyre.

Spending the 2022 season helping his brother Michael with the series, Joshua has always been part of the racing scene, either behind the scenes or competing on track.

“The Sooner Region works for me where I can get the best of both worlds as a director and be able to still race OCRS when I can. I feel like that will reinforce my understanding of what to watch for. Of course, being a racer first helps, but I believe this will help keep me more in tune to both sides of the call, so I’m looking forward to this year,” stated Tyre.

The 2023 American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products season begins Friday, April 7 at Creek County Speedway, and Saturday, April 8 at Nevada Speedway with the ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps.

Teams and Tracks can reach Joshua at (918) 807-2082 and email at jatyre4@aol.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

ASCS Warrior Region Sets 2023 Lineup Of Events

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (March 13, 2023) Getting the finalization on dates for the 2023 season, the ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps is set for a 20-race lineup this season.

Spread across nine tracks, the tour goes from April through October, with Lake Ozark Speedway featuring the tour on seven occasions. Lucas Oil Speedway will see four dates, with Electric City Speedway in Butler, Mo., and Moberly Motorsports Park returning to the lineup with two dates each. Other scheduled facilities include Lakeside Speedway, Legit Speedway Park, Monett Motor Speedway, Nevada Speedway, and Poplar Bluff Speedway.

Several dates are co-sanctioned with the ASCS Sooner and ASCS Mid-South Tours, as well as battles with the National Tour of the American Sprint Car Series. Points during Regional Tour matchups are awarded straight up in each tour. When going against the National Tour, those teams will be removed so as not to sway regional standings. This goes for any Regional/National matchup.

The ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps is under the direction of Brad “Dudley” Stuedle. Teams and tracks with any questions can contact Brad at (573) 338-1026 or via email at orangeflag20@gmail.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ASCSRacing).

2023 ASCS Warrior Region Lineup:

4/8/2023-Nevada Speedway (Nevada, MO)
4/28/2023-Poplar Bluff Speedway (Poplar Bluff, MO)
4/29/2023-Legit Speedway Park (West Plains, MO)

5/5/2023-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)
5/6/2023-Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, MO)
5/12/2023-Moberly Motorsports Park (Moberly, MO)
5/13/2023-Moberly Motorsports Park (Moberly, MO)
5/27/2023-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)
5/28/2023-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)

6/24/2023-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)
6/30/2023-Electric City Speedway (Butler, MO)

8/18/2023-Electric City Speedway (Butler, MO)
8/19/2023-Monett Motor Speedway (Monett, MO)
8/25/2023-Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, KS)

9/14/2023-Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, MO)
9/15/2023-Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, MO)
9/16/2023-Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, MO)

10/27/2023-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)
10/28/2023-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)

*Subject to change without notice.

 

 

Jake Helsel Captures First ASCS Southwest Feature Win At Central Arizona Raceway

Bryan Hulbert - CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (March 11, 2023) Leading it all Saturday night at Central Arizona Raceway, Washington’s Jake Helsel captured his first career victory with the ASCS Southwest Region.

The second ASCS Regional Tour that Helsel has won with, the win came in the Bob Ream owned No. 8.

Going fourth to first in his Heat Race, then drawing the pole in the A-Feature, Helsel narrowly held on as California’s Dominic Scelzi, who started the race tenth, brought the difference to 0.207-seconds at the checkered flag. Scelzi in second was followed by Corey Day. Idaho’s Logan Forler crossed fourth with D.J. Netto in fifth.

Nick Parker from 14th made it to sixth, followed by Austin McCarl in seventh. Eighteenth to eighth for Sterling Cling with Brett Becker and Tuesday Calderwood from 22nd to make up the top ten.

A note on Friday’s A-Feature, the race was cut short after the ninth lap due to a local curfew. As the race did not reach the halfway point, it was slated to be contested on Saturday, however, the curfew would make that impossible. After a discussion with track and series officials, as well as the teams, the race was declared complete due to extenuating circumstances.

D.J. Netto was credited with the victory. During the events that led to hitting that curfew, Mark Dobmeier was injured after catching fire. An update on his condition was posted to his Twitter standing he did suffer second-degree burns but is going to be transferred to a regular room to continue recovering.

The ASCS Southwest Region races again on April 15 at Central Arizona Raceway.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, 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 (@ASCSRacing).

Race Results:

ASCS Southwest Region

Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, Ariz.)

Saturday, March 11, 2023

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 8-Jake Helsel[5]; 2. 96S-Brandon Sampson[2]; 3. 2B-Brett Becker[6]; 4. 17-Ryan Walter[1]; 5. 11-Shane Smith[3]; 6. 151-Duke Johnson[4]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 88-Austin McCarl[2]; 2. 14D-Corey Day[5]; 3. 88N-DJ Netto[6]; 4. 42-Caleb Saiz[1]; 5. 116-Vance Wofford[4]; 6. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[3]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 41X-Dominic Scelzi[1]; 2. 14-Cody Sickles[4]; 3. 2-Alex Pettas[3]; 4. 75-Chris Bonneau[5]; 5. 27-Perry McMillan[2]; 6. (DNS) 5K-Patrick Krob

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 75X-JT Imperial[2]; 2. 2L-Logan Forler[5]; 3. 41-Colton Hardy[6]; 4. 115-Nick Parker[3]; 5. 34-Sterling Cling[4]; 6. 10-Jess Beckett[1]

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 8-Jake Helsel[1]; 2. 41X-Dominic Scelzi[10]; 3. 14D-Corey Day[2]; 4. 2L-Logan Forler[3]; 5. 88N-DJ Netto[6]; 6. 115-Nick Parker[14]; 7. 88-Austin McCarl[4]; 8. 34-Sterling Cling[18]; 9. 2B-Brett Becker[5]; 10. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[22]; 11. 2-Alex Pettas[12]; 12. 11-Shane Smith[19]; 13. 27-Perry McMillan[20]; 14. 75-Chris Bonneau[13]; 15. 151-Duke Johnson[21]; 16. 41-Colton Hardy[9]; 17. 5K-Patrick Krob[24]; 18. 75X-JT Imperial[8]; 19. 17-Ryan Walter[15]; 20. 14-Cody Sickles[7]; 21. 116-Vance Wofford[17]; 22. 42-Caleb Saiz[16]; 23. 10-Jess Beckett[23]; 24. (DNS) 96S-Brandon Sampson

 

 

 

Christopher Townsend Going For Brodix Rookie Of The Year With The American Sprint Car Series

DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (March 8, 2023) Going on the road at the age of 16, Christopher Townsend will advance into the 360cid Sprint Car ranks full-time in 2023 with a run at Brodix National Rookie of the Year honors with the American Sprint Car Series.

Hailing out of Tarkington, Texas, the 2023 season marks the 10th year that Townsend has been behind the wheel. Advancing from Micros to RaceSaver Sprint Cars over the past couple of seasons, the team started moving into ASCS competition during the 2022 run.

On his decision to try for the Brodix Rookie of the Year, Townsend stated, “When we went to PRI this year, we started talking with Terry [Mattox] about the tow money and how that worked. Our goal originally was to run 30 nights, and I started talking about it with my parents, and that, with the point fund at the end of the year, made sense for us. That with being able to improve our cars and equipment during the off-season make it all come together."

Driving the J&J Chassis/Wells/Turbine Specialty Services powered No. 6 owned by his parents, this year is the first full season in an ASCS-style car. Acknowledging the challenges ahead, Christopher is focused on improvement with every race.

“Our first goal is getting to the A-Main, and making sure we finish those races all year. Working up to finishing in the top ten consistently and progressing from there,” explained Christopher. “If we can pull off a win, that would be great, but our first goal is consistency.”

Christopher would like to thank his parents for allowing him to pursue his dream of racing, along with Turbine Specialty Services, RW Burk Tree Line, LLC, Keene Services, Laramie Crane, J&J Chassis, Keizer Wheels, and Zmax for their support.

The National Tour begins at the Devil’s Bowl Spring Nationals in Mesquite, Texas, on Friday, March 17, and Saturday, March 18.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

When making it to the track is not an option, the series can be found on http://www.floracing.com, and is included in the platform’s $150 a year subscription plan.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

ASCS Elite Non-Wing Firing Up 2023 Season Saturday At Kennedale

Bryan Hulbert – KENNEDALE, Texas (March 6, 2023) The long wait for Sprint Car racing is nearly at its end as the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating kicks off their 2023 season on Saturday, March 11 at with a $2,000 to win showdown at Kennedale Speedway Park.

Four previous visits to the quarter-mile oval since 2020, Keith Martin, Kyle Jones, Chase Brewer, and Jason Howell have visited Victory Lane at the quarter-mile oval. This Saturday is the only time in 2023 the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating, will visit Kennedale.

Saturday, March 11, at Kennedale Speedway Park opens at 5:00 P.M. with racing at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). Additional classes on the card include Stock Cars, Sport Mods, Eco-Mods, Factory Stocks, and Sport Compacts.

Admission is $18 (ages 12 years and older), $12 for Senior and Military (With ID), $7 for Youth 6-11, and free for kids five and under. 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 ASCS Elite Wing and Non-Wing Series is owned and operated by Nathan Moore and operates under the sanction of the American Sprint Car Series. Rules for both tours can be found at http://www.ascsracing.com.

Nathan can be reached at (903) 780-9934 or by email at elitenonwingsprints@gmail.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

In 2023, the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating can be seen live on http://www.raceontexas.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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

ASCS Southwest Region Racing Two Nights at Central Arizona Raceway

Bryan Hulbert – CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (March 6, 2023) Lifting the lid on the 2023 season this weekend, the ASCS Southwest Region will take on the high-banked Central Arizona Raceway on Friday, March 10, and Saturday, March 11.

Absent from the ASCS Southwest lineup since 2021, the series' last visit went the way of California’s Justin Sanders after chasing New Mexico’s Wes Wofford through the opening 19 revolutions. To date, 213 ASCS Southwest A-Features have been contested, with wins going to 62 drivers since 2008.

Friday, March 10, and Saturday, March 11, Pits open at 2:00 P.M., Grandstands at 4:00 P.M., with racing at 6:00 P.M. (MT). Admission is $20 for adults, $18 for Senior and Military, $15 for Students (12-17), and free for Youth (11 and under). Pit Passes are $35. Central Arizona Raceway is located behind the Pinal County Fairgrounds at 512 S. Eleven Mile Corner.

In addition to the ASCS Southwest Region, Challenge Cup Sprint Cars, NOW600 Cactus Region Outlaw Non-Wing Micros, Mini Late Models, Pure Stocks, and Junior Sprints will be on hand both nights. NOW600 Micros will headline with Kyle Busch and Matt Crafton.

For information on the track and coming events, log onto https://www.facebook.com/CentralArizonaRaceway or call (602) 292-7607.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

Fans unable to attend this weekend’s ASCS Southwest Region opener can watch live at https://www.speedsport.tv.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

 

 

$200,000 Point Fund Up For Grabs For American Sprint Car Series National Teams!

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (February 22, 2023) Less than a month away from the start of the 2023 season at the Devil’s Bowl Speedway Spring Nationals on Friday, March 17, and Saturday, March 18, the National Tour of the American Sprint Car Series will again chase their share of a $200,000 point fund during the tour’s 32nd year.

Increased last season by series owner, Terry Mattox, the goal is to continue to build the tour up and, with it, keep adding money to events throughout the season.

“With Lucas Oil backing down across the board, there has been rumor spreading, and I just wanted to make sure that everyone knows that I am not cutting anything. To say this wasn’t a setback would be false. It stopped me from increasing the point fund as originally planned, but I won’t be going backward either. Just another hurdle to clear in making things better.

The end-of-season payout breaks down like this: Champion $50,000; 2nd $30,000; 3rd $25,000; 4th $20,000; 5th $15,000; 6th $14,000; 7th $13,000; 8th $12,000; 9th $11,000; 10th $10,000

Looking at the overall lineup of events, $1,250,000 is set to be paid out throughout the 2023 season. A breakdown of event pay-to-win/start and appearance money for eligible teams is available at https://www.ascsracing.com/series-info/rules.aspx.

The 2023 season consists of 48 dates at 25 tracks across ten states. Two dates are currently TBA and will be updated once details are confirmed.

As usual, an ASCS Membership is required to be eligible for end-of-season payouts, but you are not required to be a member to compete in any ASCS-sanctioned event. Teams can register online at http://www.ascsracing.com. Membership carries a secondary insurance policy from Reel Media will be issued to each paid member, $5,000 for accidental death & dismemberment, $50,000 for medical accident (with $10,000 deductible or any available track insurance, whichever is higher, see policy for details).

If you have any questions about sanctioning events, payouts, and procedures, contact Terry Mattox at (918) 417-0624 or email terry@ascsracing.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

When making it to the track is not an option, the series can be found on http://www.floracing.com, and is included in the platform’s $150 a year subscription plan.

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 (@ASCSRacing).

2023 ASCS National Lineup Of Events:

3/17/2023-Devil's Bowl Speedway (Mesquite, TX)
3/18/2023-Devil's Bowl Speedway (Mesquite, TX)
3/31/2023-Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, MS)

4/1/2023-Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, MS)
4/7/2023-Super Bee Speedway (Chatham, LA)
4/8/2023-Super Bee Speedway (Chatham, LA)
4/21/2023-Texarkana 67 Speedway (Texarkana, AR)
4/22/2023-Boothill Speedway (Greenwood, LA)

5/12/2023-Moberly Motorsports Park (Moberly, MO)
5/13/2023-Moberly Motorsports Park (Moberly, MO)
5/19/2023-Tri City Speedway (Granite City, IL)
5/20/2023-Tri City Speedway (Granite City, IL)
5/26/2023-Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, KS)
5/27/2023-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)
5/28/2023-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)

6/2/2023-Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, OK)
6/3/2023-Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, OK)
6/16/2023-Humboldt Speedway (Humboldt, KS)
6/17/2023-81 Speedway (Park City, KS)
6/22/2023-Lawton Speedway (Lawton, OK)
6/24/2023-Rocket Raceway Park (Petty, TX)
6/30/2023-Boone County Raceway (Albion, NE)

7/1/2023-WaKeeney Speedway (WaKeeney, KS)
7/7/2023-Dodge City Raceway Park (Dodge City, KS)
7/8/2023-Dodge City Raceway Park (Dodge City, KS)
7/14/2023-Thunderbird Speedway (Muskogee, OK)
7/15/2023-Batesville Motor Speedway (Locust Grove, AR)
7/21/2023-Rush County Speedway (La Crosse, KS)
7/22/2023-81 Speedway (Park City, KS)

8/3/2023-Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, IA)
8/4/2023-Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, IA)
8/5/2023-Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, IA)
8/25/2023-Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, KS)
8/26/2023-Salina Highbanks Speedway (Salina, OK)

9/1/2023-Arrowhead Speedway (Colcord, OK)
9/2/2023-Longdale Speedway (Longdale, OK)
9/12/2023-Clay County Fair Speedway (Spencer, IA)
9/14/2023-Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, MO)
9/15/2023-Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, MO)
9/16/2023-Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, MO)
9/22/2023-TBA
9/23/2023-TBA

10/6/2023-Texarkana 67 Speedway (Texarkana, AR)
10/7/2023-Texarkana 67 Speedway (Texarkana, AR)
10/13/2023-Devil's Bowl Speedway (Mesquite, TX)
10/14/2023-Devil's Bowl Speedway (Mesquite, TX)
10/27/2023-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)
10/28/2023-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO)

Subject to change without notice.

 

 

Sterling Cling Snags ASCS Arizona Non-Wing Opener

Bryan Hulbert – CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (February 11, 2023) Taking the first checkered flag of the 2023 season in ASCS competition, Tempe’s Sterling Cling led 24 of 25 Saturday night with the ASCS Arizona Non-Wing Sprints at Central Arizona Raceway.

The second ASCS Wingless tour that Sterling has captured a victory with in Arizona; the win brings his overall to five and makes him the fourth driver to top action with the ASCS Arizona Non-Wing Sprints.

Chasing Charles Davis, Jr. through the opening circuit, third starting Sterling grabbed the point on Lap 2.

Working to hold the lead through several restarts, Cling would spend the latter part of the feature fending off Dustin Cormany. Settling for silver, the bronze performance went to R.J. Johnson after picking up six positions. Chris Bonneau crossed fourth, with Logan Calderwood rolling up seven positions to finish fifth.

Charles Davis, Jr. ended up sixth, followed by James Webster. An impressive run from 20th, Pete Yerkovich made it to eighth, with Jonas Reynolds going 18th to ninth. Lonnie Oliver completed the top ten.

The ASCS Arizona Non-Wing Sprints return to Central Arizona Raceway on Saturday, March 25. For information on the track and coming events, log onto https://www.facebook.com/CentralArizonaRaceway or call (602) 292-7607.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd 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 Arizona Non-Wing Sprints

Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, Ariz.)

Saturday, February 11, 2023

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 98-Matt Lundy[1]; 2. 22AZ-Lonnie Oliver[4]; 3. 15-Chris Bonneau[7]; 4. 6-Logan Calderwood[3]; 5. 3K-Patrick Krob[2]; 6. 51W-Ronald Webster[5]; 7. 3V-Jim Vanzant[6]; 8. 6X-Kaiden Clark[8]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 29-Dustin Cormany[4]; 2. 5AZ-James Webster[6]; 3. 21-Austin Ervine[5]; 4. 61-Chad Stevens[1]; 5. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[7]; 6. 21P-Daylin Perreira[3]; 7. 3-Pete Yerkovich[2]; 8. (DNS) 17-Jim Green

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 34-Sterling Cling[2]; 2. 11C-Charles Davis Jr[4]; 3. 51-RJ Johnson[5]; 4. 151-Duke Johnson[7]; 5. 10-Ken Caskey[6]; 6. 0-Jonas Reynolds[3]; 7. 8AZ-Jordan Stetson[1]; 8. 49Z-Karl Ackley[8]

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 34-Sterling Cling[3]; 2. 29-Dustin Cormany[6]; 3. 51-RJ Johnson[9]; 4. 15-Chris Bonneau[4]; 5. 6-Logan Calderwood[12]; 6. 11C-Charles Davis Jr[1]; 7. 5AZ-James Webster[5]; 8. 3-Pete Yerkovich[20]; 9. 0-Jonas Reynolds[18]; 10. 22AZ-Lonnie Oliver[2]; 11. 151-Duke Johnson[10]; 12. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[11]; 13. 3V-Jim Vanzant[19]; 14. 8AZ-Jordan Stetson[21]; 15. 21P-Daylin Perreira[17]; 16. 21-Austin Ervine[8]; 17. 98-Matt Lundy[7]; 18. 49Z-Karl Ackley[23]; 19. 10-Ken Caskey[13]; 20. 61-Chad Stevens[14]; 21. 3K-Patrick Krob[15]; 22. 51W-Ronald Webster[16]; 23. 17-Jim Green[24]; 24. 6X-Kaiden Clark[22]

 

 

Myco Plastics ASCS Elite Outlaw Sprint Rules And Schedule Released

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (February 7, 2023) The first year of Outlaw Wing Sprint Car racing under the ASCS Elite banner is set to bring a dozen nights of racing at 11 ovals across three states with the formation of the Myco Plastics ASCS Elite Outlaw Sprints.

Just like the wingless counterpart, the series runs under its own set of rules, with the engine rules non-existent and rules around the car mirroring many of that in the American Sprint Car Series, with some differences in weight and other parts of wing position and size restrictions. The rules for the series are online at https://www.ascsracing.com/downloads/get.aspx?i=794654.

On the lineup, the tour will kick off in May and run through the end of September, with nine events taking place in Texas, two in Louisiana, and one trip into Oklahoma.

The only repeat track on the lineup is Rocket Raceway Park in Petty, Texas, to open the season on May 6 and then close it on September 30. Other Texas ovals on the lineup include West Texas Raceway (June 2), Route 66 Motors Speedway (June 3), RPM Speedway (June 9), Devil’s Bowl Speedway (June 10), Heart O’ Texas Speedway (July 7), Kennedale Speedway Park (August 19), and Abilene Speedway (August 26).

Racing in Louisiana occurs at Boothill Speedway (July 8) and Ark-La-Tex Speedway (July 22). The lone trip to Oklahoma is Lawton Speedway (May 20).

Designed to give teams options of running both ASCS Elite schedules, all dates between the wing and wingless lineup are non-conflicting, which makes for a potential 32-race schedule.

The ASCS Elite Wing and Non-Wing Series is owned and operated by Nathan Moore and operates under the sanction of the American Sprint Car Series. Rules for both tours can be found at http://www.ascsracing.com.

Nathan can be reached at (903) 780-9934 or by email at elitenonwingsprints@gmail.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd 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 ASCS Elite Outlaw Sprint Car Schedule:

5/6/2023-Rocket Raceway Park - Petty, TX
5/20/2023-Lawton Speedway - Lawton, OK

6/2/2023-West Texas Raceway - Lubbock, TX
6/3/2023-Route 66 Motor Speedway - Amarillo, TX
6/9/2023-RPM Speedway - Crandall, TX
6/10/2023-Devil's Bowl Speedway - Mesquite, TX

7/7/2023-Heart O' Texas Speedway - Waco, TX
7/8/2023-Boothill Speedway - Greenwood, LA
7/22/2023-Ark-La-Tex Speedway - Vivian, LA

8/19/2023-Kennedale Speedway Park - Kennedale, TX
8/26/2023-Abilene Speedway - Abilene, TX

9/30/2023-Rocket Raceway Park - Petty, TX

Combined 2023 ASCS Elite Wingless and Wing Sprint Schedule:

3/11/2023-Kennedale Speedway Park - Kennedale, TX (Elite NW)
3/24/2023-Texarkana 67 Speedway - Texarkana, AR (Elite NW)
3/25/2023-Texarkana 67 Speedway - Texarkana, AR (Elite NW)

4/8/2023-Abilene Speedway - Abilene, TX (Elite NW)
4/26/2023-Texarkana 67 Speedway - Texarkana, AR (Elite NW)
4/27/2023-Rocket Raceway Park - Petty, TX (Elite NW)
4/28/2023-Devil's Bowl Speedway - Mesquite, TX (Elite NW)
4/29/2023-Devil's Bowl Speedway - Mesquite, TX (Elite NW)

5/6/2023-Rocket Raceway Park - Petty, TX (Elite Wing)
5/20/2023-Lawton Speedway - Lawton, OK (Elite Wing)
5/26/2023-Texarkana 67 Speedway - Texarkana, AR (Elite NW)
5/27/2023-Boothill Speedway - Greenwood, LA (Elite NW)
5/28/2023-Ark-La-Tex Speedway - Vivian, LA (Elite NW)

6/2/2023-West Texas Raceway - Lubbock, TX (Elite Wing)
6/3/2023-Route 66 Motor Speedway - Amarillo, TX (Elite Wing)
6/9/2023-RPM Speedway - Crandall, TX (Elite Wing)
6/10/2023-Devil's Bowl Speedway - Mesquite, TX (Elite Wing)

7/7/2023-Heart O' Texas Speedway - Waco, TX (Elite Wing)
7/8/2023-Boothill Speedway - Greenwood, LA (Elite Wing)
7/14/2023-West Texas Raceway - Lubbock, TX (Elite NW)
7/15/2023-Route 66 Motor Speedway - Amarillo, TX (Elite NW)
7/22/2023-Ark-La-Tex Speedway - Vivian, LA (Elite Wing)

8/4/2023-Heart O' Texas Speedway - Waco, TX (Elite NW)
8/5/2023-Devil's Bowl Speedway - Mesquite, TX (Elite NW)
8/11/2023-Boyd Raceway - Boyd, TX (Elite NW)
8/12/2023-Lawton Speedway - Lawton, OK (Elite NW)
8/19/2023-Kennedale Speedway Park - Kennedale, TX (Elite Wing)
8/26/2023-Abilene Speedway - Abilene, TX (Elite Wing)

9/30/2023-Rocket Raceway Park - Petty, TX (Elite NW)
9/30/2023-Rocket Raceway Park - Petty, TX (Elite Wing)

10/27/2023-Red Dirt Raceway - Meeker, OK (Elite NW)
10/28/2023-Red Dirt Raceway - Meeker, OK (Elite NW)

 

 

ASCS Season Begins Saturday At Central Arizona Raceway

Bryan Hulbert – CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (February 6, 2023) Kicking off the first of 200 nights across the American Sprint Car Series, the first race of the 2023 season will be at Central Arizona Raceway with the ASCS Arizona Non-Wing Sprints taking on the high-banked, three-eighths-mile oval on Saturday, February 11 at 6:00 P.M. (MT).

Making up 10 of those 200 races, each event will take place at the Arizona oval through November. Taken over by Brad Whitfield, the track and series will run under his stewardship during the 2023 season and, like all wingless divisions under the ASCS banner, operates under its own rules, which can be found at https://www.ascsracing.com/series-info/rules.aspx.

The continuation of the CAS Non-Wing Sprint Cars, the series has seen 19 events since its inception, with R.J. Johnson taking the win in 16 of those events. Looking forward to this Saturday’s showdown, the ASCS Arizona Non-Wing Sprints will be joined by Senior Sprint Cars, Mini Late Models, Sport Mods, and NOW600 Outlaw and Restricted Micros.

Saturday, February 11, opens at 2:00 P.M. with racing at 6:00 P.M. (MT). Admission is $20 for adults, $18 for Senior and Military, $15 for Students (12-17), and free for Youth (11 and under). Pit Passes are $35. Central Arizona Raceway is located behind the Pinal County Fairgrounds at 512 S. Eleven Mile Corner.

For information on the track and coming events, log onto https://www.facebook.com/CentralArizonaRaceway or call (602) 292-7607.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd 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).

 

 

19 Dates And More On Tap For The ASCS Frontier Region In 2023

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (February 1, 2023) Making rounds between Big Sky Speedway, Electric City Speedway, and Gallatin Speedway, the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region will continue to centralize racing around Montana with 18 dates confirmed, one still to be announced, and a lineup of special events working in conjunction with events across the Pacific Northwest.

For the 19 events that will count toward the 2023 ASCS Frontier Region championship, the tour will base 10 of those at Big Sky Speedway in Billings, Mont. Among the dates, the biggest is the Harvey Ostermiller Memorial in August, which is offering teams $3,000 to win preliminary action leading up to the $12,012 to win, $512 to start finale.

Taking Memorial and Labor Day Weekends, Electric City Speedway in Great Falls will take five nights between the two weekends, leaving three dates at Gallatin Speedway. Overall, the tour runs from May through September

Working with tracks and sanctions around the western U.S., July will feature a Speedweek that runs from July 22-29. Information is set to be announced soon. The final two nights will be the $10,000 to win Summer Nationals at Skagit Speedway in Alger, Wash.

The ASCS Frontier Region is managed and run by Stagg Motorsports. For information on the tour, teams can contact Josh Stagg at www.staggmotorsports.com or by email at josh@staggmotorsports.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd 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 ASCS Frontier Regional Lineup:

5/19/2023-Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT
5/20/2023-Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT
5/26/2023-Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT
5/27/2023-Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT

6/9/2023-Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT
6/10/2023-Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

7/7/2023-Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT
7/8/2023-Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

Northwest Speedweek (July 22-29) Non-Point Events

8/4/2023-Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT
8/5/2023-TBA
8/25/2023-Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT
8/26/2023-Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

9/1/2023-Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT
9/2/2023-Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT
9/3/2023-Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT
9/8/2023-Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT
9/9/2023-Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT
9/22/2023-Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT
9/23/2023-Big Sky Speedway - Billings, MT

*Subject to change without notice.

 

 

ASCS Arizona Non-Wing 2023 Schedule And Rules Posted

Bryan Hulbert – CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (January 30, 2023) Keeping wingless racing alive at the Central Arizona Raceway, new promoter Brad Whitfield will feature the ASCS Arizona Non-Wing Sprint Cars on a regular basis at the high-banked, three-eighths-mile oval in 2023.

Racing February through November, the wingless tour be featured in rotation with other weekly divisions, with ten events lining the 2023 lineup.

Also operating Cocopah Speedway in Somerton, Ariz., Whitfield has tried to keep the wingless events off ASCS Southwest Regional dates to allow teams to compete in both if possible. Out of a combined 22 dates, only the February 11 opener conflicts with each other. The tours combine at the Casa Grande oval on Friday, November 10, and Saturday, November 11, for the 2023 season finale.

Like all ASCS Non-Wing tours, the series will run under its own rules package. The updated rules for the 2023 season are posted at https://www.ascsracing.com/series-info/rules.aspx.

Central Arizona Raceway promoter, Brad Whitfield, is the director for the ASCS Arizona Non-Wing Sprint Cars. Any questions can be directed to Brad via email at brad_whitfield@yahoo.com or by phone at (602) 292-7607.

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 ASCS Arizona Non-Wing Sprint Cars Lineup:

2/11/2023 – Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, AZ)

3/25/2023 – Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, AZ)

5/6/2023 – Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, AZ)

7/3/2023 – Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, AZ)

7/10/2023 – Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, AZ)

10/14/2023 – Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, AZ)

11/3/2023 – Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, AZ)

11/4/2023 – Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, AZ)

11/10/2023 – Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, AZ) 11/11/2023 – Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, AZ)

(Image Credit: Jeff Taylor)

ASCS Elite Non-Wing Lines Up 20 Dates For 2023 Run

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (January 27, 2023) Taking on a 20-night slate in 2023, the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating will feature events in Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma.

With several marque events on the docket, the tour will also go head-to-head multiple times with the USAC AMSOIL Sprint Car National Championship. Still basing the bulk of the tour in Texas, 11 dates will take place in the “Lone Star State”.

Four trips just across the line to Arkansas, one of the largest events of the year, will happen at Texarkana 67 Speedway with the continuation of the Wingless Short Track Nationals. The March event has upped the purse to $10,000 to win, $500 to start.

A trio of trips into Oklahoma, the two-night season finale at Red Dirt Raceway is among the dates paired with USAC. Completing the list of racing destinations is a May swing into Louisiana at Boothill and Ark-La-Tex.

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/series-info/rules.aspx.

Nathan can be reached at (903) 780-9934 or by email at elitenonwingsprints@gmail.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd 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 ASCS Elite Non-Wing Lineup:

3/11/2023-Kennedale Speedway Park - Kennedale, TX

3/24/2023-Texarkana 67 Speedway - Texarkana, AR

3/25/2023-Texarkana 67 Speedway - Texarkana, AR

4/8/2023-Abilene Speedway - Abilene, TX

4/26/2023-Texarkana 67 Speedway - Texarkana, AR

4/27/2023-Rocket Raceway Park - Petty, TX

4/28/2023-Devil's Bowl Speedway - Mesquite, TX

4/29/2023-Devil's Bowl Speedway - Mesquite, TX

5/26/2023-Texarkana 67 Speedway - Texarkana, AR

5/27/2023-Boothill Speedway - Greenwood, LA

5/28/2023-Ark-La-Tex Speedway - Vivian, LA

7/14/2023-West Texas Raceway - Lubbock, TX

7/15/2023-Route 66 Motor Speedway - Amarillo, TX

8/4/2023-Heart O' Texas Speedway - Waco, TX

8/5/2023-Devil's Bowl Speedway - Mesquite, TX

8/11/2023-Boyd Raceway - Boyd, TX

8/12/2023-Lawton Speedway - Lawton, OK

9/30/2023-Rocket Raceway Park - Petty, TX

10/27/2023-Red Dirt Raceway - Meeker, OK

10/28/2023-Red Dirt Raceway - Meeker, OK

 

 

ASCS Elite Non-Wing Lines Up 20 Dates For 2023 Run

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (January 27, 2023) Taking on a 20-night slate in 2023, the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating will feature events in Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma.

With several marque events on the docket, the tour will also go head-to-head multiple times with the USAC AMSOIL Sprint Car National Championship. Still basing the bulk of the tour in Texas, 11 dates will take place in the “Lone Star State”.

Four trips just across the line to Arkansas, one of the largest events of the year, will happen at Texarkana 67 Speedway with the continuation of the Wingless Short Track Nationals. The March event has upped the purse to $10,000 to win, $500 to start.

A trio of trips into Oklahoma, the two-night season finale at Red Dirt Raceway is among the dates paired with USAC. Completing the list of racing destinations is a May swing into Louisiana at Boothill and Ark-La-Tex.

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/series-info/rules.aspx.

Nathan can be reached at (903) 780-9934 or by email at elitenonwingsprints@gmail.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd 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 ASCS Elite Non-Wing Lineup:

3/11/2023-Kennedale Speedway Park - Kennedale, TX
3/24/2023-Texarkana 67 Speedway - Texarkana, AR
3/25/2023-Texarkana 67 Speedway - Texarkana, AR

4/8/2023-Abilene Speedway - Abilene, TX
4/26/2023-Texarkana 67 Speedway - Texarkana, AR
4/27/2023-Rocket Raceway Park - Petty, TX
4/28/2023-Devil's Bowl Speedway - Mesquite, TX
4/29/2023-Devil's Bowl Speedway - Mesquite, TX

5/26/2023-Texarkana 67 Speedway - Texarkana, AR
5/27/2023-Boothill Speedway - Greenwood, LA
5/28/2023-Ark-La-Tex Speedway - Vivian, LA

7/14/2023-West Texas Raceway - Lubbock, TX
7/15/2023-Route 66 Motor Speedway - Amarillo, TX

8/4/2023-Heart O' Texas Speedway - Waco, TX
8/5/2023-Devil's Bowl Speedway - Mesquite, TX
8/11/2023-Boyd Raceway - Boyd, TX
8/12/2023-Lawton Speedway - Lawton, OK

9/30/2023-Rocket Raceway Park - Petty, TX

10/27/2023-Red Dirt Raceway - Meeker, OK
10/28/2023-Red Dirt Raceway - Meeker, OK

 

 

ASCS Arizona Non-Wing 2023 Schedule And Rules Posted

Bryan Hulbert – CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (January 25, 2023) Keeping wingless racing alive at the Central Arizona Raceway, new promoter Brad Whitfield will feature the ASCS Arizona Non-Wing Sprint Cars on a regular basis at the high-banked, three-eighths-mile oval in 2023.

Racing February through November, the wingless tour be featured in rotation with other weekly divisions, with ten events lining the 2023 lineup.

Also operating Cocopah Speedway in Somerton, Ariz., Whitfield has tried to keep the wingless events off ASCS Southwest Regional dates to allow teams to compete in both if possible. Out of a combined 22 dates, only the February 11 opener conflicts with each other. The tours combine at the Casa Grande oval on Friday, November 10, and Saturday, November 11, for the 2023 season finale.

Like all ASCS Non-Wing tours, the series will run under its own rules package. The updated rules for the 2023 season are posted at https://www.ascsracing.com/series-info/rules.aspx.

Central Arizona Raceway promoter, Brad Whitfield, is the director for the ASCS Arizona Non-Wing Sprint Cars. Any questions can be directed to Brad via email at brad_whitfield@yahoo.com or by phone at (602) 292-7607.

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 ASCS Arizona Non-Wing Sprint Cars Lineup:

2/11/2023 – Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, AZ)
3/25/2023 – Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, AZ)
5/6/2023 – Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, AZ)
7/3/2023 – Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, AZ)
7/10/2023 – Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, AZ)
10/14/2023 – Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, AZ)
11/3/2023 – Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, AZ)
11/4/2023 – Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, AZ)
11/10/2023 – Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, AZ)
11/11/2023 – Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, AZ)

 

 

ASCS Northern Plains Taking On Wyoming and South Dakota Tracks

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (January 26, 2023) Moving around four tracks in South Dakota and Wyoming in 2023, the ASCS Northern Plains region is slated to see action 11 times from May through September.

A trio of nights in South Dakota at Black Hill Speedway in Rapid City on June 9, July 21, and July 22, Wyoming dates circle around Casper Speedway with five dates, Gillette Thunder Speedway with two, and Sheridan Speedway with one race.

The second season for the ASCS Northern Plains Region, the 2022 season was topped by Adam Speckman by 36 markers over Travis Reber.

Eddie Kirchoff is the head of the ASCS Northern Plains Region and can be reached via email at blackhillsspeedway@gmail.com or by phone at (307) 660-8866.

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 ASCS Northern Plains Lineup:

5/19/2023-Casper Speedway - Casper, WY
5/20/2023-Casper Speedway - Casper, WY

6/9/2023-Black Hills Speedway - Rapid City, SD
6/10/2023-Gillette Thunder Speedway - Gillette, WY

7/21/2023-Black Hills Speedway - Rapid City, SD
7/22/2023-Black Hills Speedway - Rapid City, SD
7/28/2023-Casper Speedway - Casper, WY
7/29/2023-Gillette Thunder Speedway - Gillette, WY
7/30/2023-Sheridan Speedway - Sheridan, WY

9/8/2023-Casper Speedway - Casper, WY
9/9/2023-Casper Speedway - Casper, WY

*Subject to change without notice.

 

 

ASCS Sooner Region Aiming For 21 Nights In 2023

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (January 26, 2023) Looking to the 19th season of competition, the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products is slated for 21 events in Oklahoma, Missouri, and Kansas.

Keeping the bulk of the racing in the “Sooner State”, 16 dates will stay inside Oklahoma borders. Oklahoma tracks include Arrowhead Speedway (1 night), Creek County Speedway (7 nights), Elk City Motorsports Park (1 night), Longdale Speedway (3 nights), Salina Highbanks Speedway (1 night), and Thunderbird Speedway (3 nights).

Races outside Oklahoma land at 81 Speedway in Park City, Kan. twice, plus single nights in Missouri at Lake Ozark Speedway, Lucas Oil Speedway, and Nevada Speedway. Dates in Missouri are paired with the ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps.

The tour will race from April through October, with each regional event paying a minimum of $2,000 to win, and $300 to start. National Tour events pay a higher purse.

Events during the 2023 season will be shown live on http://www.racindirt.com. Questions on the tour can be directed to Terry Mattox by calling/texting (918) 417-0624 or email terry@ascsracing.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).

2023 ASCS Sooner Region Lineup:

4/7/2023-Creek County Speedway - Sapulpa, OK

4/8/2023-Nevada Speedway - Nevada, MO

4/21/2023-Thunderbird Speedway - Muskogee, OK

4/22/2023-Elk City Motorsports Park - Elk City, OK

5/5/2023-Lake Ozark Speedway - Eldon, MO

5/6/2023-Lucas Oil Speedway - Wheatland, MO

5/19/2023-Longdale Speedway - Longdale, OK

5/20/2023-Longdale Speedway - Longdale, OK

6/2/2023-Creek County Speedway - Sapulpa, OK

6/3/2023-Creek County Speedway - Sapulpa, OK

7/14/2023-Thunderbird Speedway - Muskogee, OK

7/21/2023-Creek County Speedway - Sapulpa, OK

7/22/2023-81 Speedway - Park City, KS

8/25/2023-Creek County Speedway - Sapulpa, OK

8/26/2023-Salina Highbanks Speedway - Salina, OK

9/1/2023-Arrowhead Speedway - Colcord, OK

9/2/2023-Longdale Speedway - Longdale, OK

9/22/2023-Thunderbird Speedway - Muskogee, OK

9/23/2023-81 Speedway - Park City, KS

10/20/2023-Creek County Speedway - Sapulpa, OK

10/21/2023-Creek County Speedway - Sapulpa, OK

*Subject to change without notice.

 

 

2023 ASCS National Procedures Updated With Car And Engine Rules Remaining Unchanged

DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (January 25, 2023) For the 2023 season, the rules that govern the American Sprint Car Series will only see updates to run of show and format. Car and Engine rules will remain the same. Rule updates are for National Tour events. Regional event format and run of show will remain otherwise unchanged except for the placement of lapped cars under cautions and red flags.

On the changes, ASCS owner Terry Mattox said, “Since we’ve moved to a format where we qualify, we used the first year to see where we needed to make changes. The biggest being how we award our points during the event to set up the show. From there, it was small things that we feel will make the event better and fairer for the teams. Split scoring, lapped cars to the tail, and the work area. These are things that needed to be updated.”

For the 2023 season, the following has been updated in the ASCS Rule Book.

Passing/Qualifying Points: The largest change will be the National Tour’s Qualifying and Passing Points scale. Used during the 2022 Hockett/McMillin Memorial, the point structure was a better pairing with the qualifying/passing point format. The qualifying format and inversion into the Heat Races will remain unchanged.

Qualifying Points: 1st 112; 2nd 105; 3rd 98; 4th 90; 5th 85; 6th 80; 7th 75; 8th 70; 9th 65; 10th 60;

Heat Race Points (+7.5 per position gained / -7.5 per position lost): 1st 104; 2nd 97; 3rd 91; 4th 88; 5th 80; 6th 75; 7th 70; 8th 65; 9th 60; 10th 55;

Cautions/Red Flag Scoring: National Tour events will move to a split scoring after the initial lap has been fully completed. In the instance that there is a caution after the leader and at least one other car has crossed the scoring line, split scoring will be used: those cars that crossed the scoring line before the caution will be scored in the manner in which they crossed the scoring line. Those cars that had not yet crossed the scoring line at the time of the caution will be scored in their position in which they crossed the scoring line on the previous lap. On all laps, except the final lap, at least 2 cars must cross the scoring line to qualify for split scoring. On the final lap, only the leader must cross the scoring line for split scoring to be utilized. Anyone involved in a caution or red flag will be placed to the rear of the field.

Lapped Cars: All restarts will take place with the lead lap cars moved to the front of the field. Lapped cars will pull to the inside and fall in behind the last car on the lead lap in their order of running.

Work Area: Time in the work area of 60-seconds will be granted during the first half of the A-Feature if it is your caution. At any other point during the night, no time will be given. Once the lineup on the track is correct and the caution lights go down, you must remain in the work area. Once you go a lap down in the work area, you are done for that race.

Driver Registration is open for the 2023 season and is required to be eligible for end-of-the-year payout and other contingencies. Teams can register online at http://www.ascsracing.com. You are not required to be a member to compete at an ASCS event. The membership also carries a secondary insurance policy from Reel Media will be issued to each paid member, $5,000 accidental death & dismemberment, $50,000 medical accident (with $10,000 deductible or any available track insurance, whichever is higher, see policy for details).

The updated rules are posted at https://www.ascsracing.com/series-info/rules.aspx. Updates are in red. Questions on the tour can be directed to Terry Mattox by calling/texting (918) 417-0624 or email terry@ascsracing.com.

The 2023 season will mark the 32nd 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.

When making it to the track is not an option, the series can be found on http://www.floracing.com, and is included in the platform’s $150 a year subscription plan.

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).

 

 

Logan Seavey Is A Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals Champion!

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (January 14, 2023) Winning his first Midget race in over a year on Friday, that was quickly joined with a win on the biggest stage in Midget racing Saturday night when California’s Logan Seavey held off the charge of Tanner Thorson to win the 37th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire.

“I don’t even know yet,” chuckled Seavey when asked how it felt to win.

“I’ll let you know tomorrow, but for now, it feels awesome. It really set in when they handed me the Driller, and I got to talk to Kevin a little bit. He deserves it, and will probably get a lot more, so to win this race is special, but to win it in the No. 39 on our first try is really cool.”

The 23rd driver to top the Chili Bowl, the win is a first for Kevin and Jordan Swindell as car owners. The Swindell name now accounts for 14 overall wins in Chili Bowl competition. Of that, ten came with a Golden Driller. The pair’s time in Tulsa this year also included his first win as a car owner at the Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout.

A redo on the restart after trailing Hank Davis, the reset for a spun car saw Seavey rolling out with the lead. Chased by Cannon McIntosh, the No. 08 kept pace before finally getting the point on Lap 21 with a low side move off the fourth turn.

In traffic shortly after, McIntosh held the position but would find his lead challenged following a Lap 30. Working the hub of the Tulsa Expo Raceway before varying his line at either end, Seavey took the Victory Fuel No. 39 back to the point on Lap 31.

Taking second in the same breath, Tanner Thorson was in pursuit. Both changing up their lines to gain an edge on the other, the track finally migrated the field low with just a handful of laps to run.

Trying to set up Seavey for a last lap run, the caution would bring about a green, white, checkered finish, with Seavey holding off the 2022 champion by 0.306-seconds.

Falling back to fourth at one point, Cannon McIntosh was able to get back to third with California’s Shane Golobic in fourth. Emerson Axsom completed the top five.

Making up ten positions, Kyle Jones stormed to a sixth-place finish, with Mitchel Moles in seventh. Trey Marcham from 14th land eighth, followed by Tim Buckwalter, who made an impressive run from 23rd to ninth. Justin Grant completed the top ten.

The 37th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire saw 365 drivers officially draw in. During the Saturday Alphabet Soup, Claremore’s Kris Carroll set a new event record through ‘The Soup’ with seven races from the N-Feature to the H-Features. Saturday’s run of events was slated for double P-Features, but with drivers scratching, began with double O-Features.

The 2023 Rookie of the Year and recipient of the Fuzzy Hahn Highest Finishing Female Award was California’s Jade Avedisian, who was the only rookie to lock into Saturday’s A-Feature. She is the second woman to do so, with Kaylee Bryson in her second consecutive.

The 2024 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, takes place January 8-13, 2024, at the Tulsa Expo Raceway, located inside the SageNet Center in Tulsa, Okla. Information on tickets will be released in the next few weeks. Ticket orders begin the first Wednesday of March.

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.

Race Results:

Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire

Tulsa Expo Raceway (Tulsa, Okla.)

Saturday, January 14, 2023

General Tire Championship Night

Event Car Count: 365

A-Feature:

A Feature (55 Laps): 1. 39-Logan Seavey[1]; 2. 88-Tanner Thorson[4]; 3. 08-Cannon McIntosh[3]; 4. 17W-Shane Golobic[6]; 5. 19T-Emerson Axsom[7]; 6. 7U-Kyle Jones[16]; 7. 89X-Mitchel Moles[9]; 8. 32T-Trey Marcham[14]; 9. 29-Tim Buckwalter[23]; 10. 2J-Justin Grant[10]; 11. 39T-Tim McCreadie[24]; 12. 5T-Kevin Thomas Jr[19]; 13. 26R-Zeb Wise[17]; 14. 89-Chris Windom[11]; 15. 19A-Daison Pursley[22]; 16. 40M-Chase McDermand[12]; 17. 7X-Thomas Meseraull[18]; 18. 84-Jade Avedisian[13]; 19. 67-Ryan Timms[21]; 20. 29S-Hank Davis[2]; 21. 24-Rico Abreu[5]; 22. 71-Kaylee Bryson[20]; 23. (DNF) 1S-Spencer Bayston[8]; 24. (DNF) 71M-Brent Crews[15]

Lap Leaders: Logan Seavey 1-20, 31-55; Cannon McIntosh 21-30

Hard Charger: Tim Buckwalter +14

#DoItForGrady Pole Shuffle

Pole Shuffle (4 Laps): 1. 39-Logan Seavey[2]; 2. 29S-Hank Davis[1]; 3. 08-Cannon McIntosh[3]; 4. 88-Tanner Thorson[4]; 5. 24-Rico Abreu[5]; 6. 17W-Shane Golobic[6]; 7. 19T-Emerson Axsom[7]; 8. 1S-Spencer Bayston[10]; 9. 89X-Mitchel Moles[8]; 10. 2J-Justin Grant[9]

B-Features: Top 7 advance to the A-Feature

B Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 89-Chris Windom[2]; 2. 84-Jade Avedisian[1]; 3. 71M-Brent Crews[3]; 4. 26R-Zeb Wise[4]; 5. 5T-Kevin Thomas Jr[8]; 6. 67-Ryan Timms[12]; 7. 29-Tim Buckwalter[5]; 8. 28-Ace McCarthy[9]; 9. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[20]; 10. 5-Chase Briscoe[7]; 11. 26-Chance Crum[11]; 12. 47-Zach Daum[16]; 13. 87W-Ryan Bernal[15]; 14. 25-Jacob Denney[18]; 15. 25K-Taylor Reimer[13]; 16. 55A-Jake Swanson[17]; 17. 21S-Karter Sarff[10]; 18. 19-Brian Carber[14]; 19. (DNF) 88J-Jonathan Beason[6]; 20. (DNF) 40S-Steven Snyder Jr[19]

B Feature 2 (20 Laps): 1. 40M-Chase McDermand[1]; 2. 32T-Trey Marcham[4]; 3. 7U-Kyle Jones[3]; 4. 7X-Thomas Meseraull[15]; 5. 71-Kaylee Bryson[8]; 6. 19A-Daison Pursley[20]; 7. 39T-Tim McCreadie[13]; 8. 21-Daryn Pittman[19]; 9. 51R-Ricky Thornton Jr[10]; 10. 98-Tanner Carrick[7]; 11. 47X-Jason McDougal[6]; 12. 86-Chase Johnson[12]; 13. 21J-Kameron Key[18]; 14. 71K-Dominic Gorden[16]; 15. 11B-Clinton Boyles[17]; 16. 21H-Brady Bacon[2]; 17. 87-Jace Park[11]; 18. 52-Blake Hahn[5]; 19. 67X-Kyle Spence[14]; 20. (DNF) 5G-Gavan Boschele[9]

C-Features: Top 5 advance to the corresponding B-Feature

C Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 47-Zach Daum[1]; 2. 55A-Jake Swanson[3]; 3. 25-Jacob Denney[2]; 4. 40S-Steven Snyder Jr[7]; 5. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[4]; 6. 3G-Kyle Cummins[19]; 7. 51B-Joe B Miller[5]; 8. 00-Anton Hernandez[18]; 9. 5LK-Jordan Kinser[6]; 10. 67K-Cade Lewis[17]; 11. 2D-Matt Sherrell[15]; 12. 00B-Braden Chiaramonte[14]; 13. 82-Landon Crawley[10]; 14. 54-Matt Westfall[8]; 15. 71E-Mariah Ede[16]; 16. 81-Tanner Holmes[12]; 17. 8-Alex Sewell[20]; 18. 14M-Michael Faccinto[9]; 19. (DNF) 4P-Kody Swanson[13]; 20. (DNF) 27B-Jake Bubak[11]

C Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 71K-Dominic Gorden[2]; 2. 11B-Clinton Boyles[1]; 3. 21J-Kameron Key[3]; 4. 21-Daryn Pittman[6]; 5. 19A-Daison Pursley[8]; 6. 19B-Alex Bright[16]; 7. 07W-Corey Day[18]; 8. 2X-Landon Brooks[15]; 9. 80S-Kaden Honeycutt[13]; 10. 1Z-Justin Zimmerman[11]; 11. 08G-Trey Gropp[5]; 12. 2H-Nick Hoffman[17]; 13. 2G-JJ Yeley[12]; 14. 03-Ayrton Gennetten[14]; 15. 77W-Joe Wirth[19]; 16. 50-Daniel Adler[4]; 17. 4C-Cody Jessop[7]; 18. 57-Daniel Whitley[10]; 19. (DNF) 11A-Andrew Felker[9]; 20. (DNS) 73B-Tyler Edwards

D-Features: Top 5 advance to the corresponding C-Feature

D Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 71E-Mariah Ede[1]; 2. 67K-Cade Lewis[3]; 3. 00-Anton Hernandez[5]; 4. 3G-Kyle Cummins[4]; 5. 8-Alex Sewell[7]; 6. 19Z-Hayden Reinbold[8]; 7. 41X-Howard Moore[2]; 8. 4B-Chelby Hinton[13]; 9. 95-Chris Andrews[9]; 10. 40-Max Adams[15]; 11. 47W-Dylan Westbrook[10]; 12. 31K-Danny Stratton[18]; 13. 4X-Michael Pickens[16]; 14. 71G-Damion Gardner[11]; 15. 45H-Briggs Danner[17]; 16. 97K-Tom Harris[12]; 17. 55X-Alex Bowman[20]; 18. 25M-Jake Andreotti[19]; 19. (DNF) 57A-Shane Cottle[14]; 20. (DNF) 5V-AJ Bender[6]

D Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 19B-Alex Bright[1]; 2. 2X-Landon Brooks[10]; 3. 07W-Corey Day[16]; 4. 2H-Nick Hoffman[4]; 5. 77W-Joe Wirth[7]; 6. 68W-Matt Mitchell[6]; 7. 51J-RJ Johnson[2]; 8. 0H-Cap Henry[9]; 9. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[18]; 10. 85-Jerry Coons Jr[17]; 11. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[8]; 12. 68-Ronnie Gardner[15]; 13. 97-Brenham Crouch[11]; 14. 3N-Jake Neuman[19]; 15. 23P-Preston Lattomus[3]; 16. 69P-Joey Paxson[14]; 17. 7MF-Chance Morton[12]; 18. 71W-Michael Kofoid[13]; 19. (DNF) 44X-Wesley Smith[20]; 20. (DNF) 45X-Roger Crockett[5]

E-Features: Top 5 advance to the corresponding D-Feature

E Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 4X-Michael Pickens[1]; 2. 45H-Briggs Danner[7]; 3. 31K-Danny Stratton[10]; 4. 25M-Jake Andreotti[3]; 5. 55X-Alex Bowman[5]; 6. 19K-Riley Kreisel[9]; 7. 31X-Jeff Champagne[14]; 8. 7G-Gavin Miller[12]; 9. 56-Mitchell Davis[17]; 10. 2W-Tony Bruce Jr[11]; 11. 32W-Casey Shuman[4]; 12. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[15]; 13. 22-Sean McClelland[2]; 14. 75-Mario Clouser[16]; 15. (DNF) 91X-Danny Wood[13]; 16. (DNF) 72X-Caden McCreary[18]; 17. (DNF) 7T-TJ Smith[6]; 18. (DNF) 15D-Andrew Deal[8]; 19. (DNS) 1I-Ashton Torgerson; 20. (DNS) 23K-Kyle Simon

E Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 07W-Corey Day[5]; 2. 85-Jerry Coons Jr[4]; 3. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[6]; 4. 3N-Jake Neuman[7]; 5. 44X-Wesley Smith[12]; 6. 17B-Austin Barnhill[1]; 7. 22X-Steven Shebester[15]; 8. 32-Gary Taylor[9]; 9. 18L-Logan Scherb[19]; 10. 16W-Garet Williamson[17]; 11. P1-Paul White[13]; 12. 3P-Darin Naida[8]; 13. 17L-Cody Trammell[11]; 14. 57W-Devon Borden[3]; 15. 11X-Donovan Peterson[20]; 16. 7M-Shane Cockrum[18]; 17. 4-Taylor Ferns[14]; 18. (DNF) 2ND-Jeb Sessums[16]; 19. (DNF) 17-Travis Berryhill[10]; 20. (DNF) 57R-Daniel Robinson[2]

F-Features: Top 5 advance to the corresponding E-Feature

F Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 31X-Jeff Champagne[3]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[5]; 3. 75-Mario Clouser[4]; 4. 56-Mitchell Davis[10]; 5. 72X-Caden McCreary[9]; 6. 1G-Justin Peck[20]; 7. 21K-Dale Curran[7]; 8. 8R-Randi Pankratz[1]; 9. 118-Scott Evans[16]; 10. 55D-Nick Drake[18]; 11. 21B-Trey Burke[11]; 12. 8X-Broc Elliott[8]; 13. (DNF) 37F-Adyn Schmidt[12]; 14. (DNF) 28Q-Sean Quinn[13]; 15. (DNF) 21E-Emilio Hoover[19]; 16. (DNF) 11K-Joey Klemish[14]; 17. (DNF) 1-Sammy Swindell[17]; 18. (DNF) 81G-Greyson Springer[2]; 19. (DNF) 80A-Chris Schmelzle[15]; 20. (DNF) 1K-Brayton Lynch[6]

F Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 2ND-Jeb Sessums[1]; 2. 16W-Garet Williamson[3]; 3. 7M-Shane Cockrum[2]; 4. 18L-Logan Scherb[6]; 5. 11X-Donovan Peterson[10]; 6. 2B-Tanner Berryhill[16]; 7. 25B-Steve Buckwalter[9]; 8. 20H-Noah Harris[12]; 9. 16C-David Camfield Jr[5]; 10. 22T-Don Droud Jr[19]; 11. 01C-Carson Sousa[8]; 12. 7S-Parker Price Miller[18]; 13. 06-Rylan Gray[14]; 14. 80D-Josh Hawkins[17]; 15. (DNF) 45S-Shon Deskins[4]; 16. (DNF) 715-Robert Bell[11]; 17. (DNF) 91K-Kevin Bayer[13]; 18. (DNF) 56X-Mark Chisholm[15]; 19. (DNF) 1M-Mason Smith[7]; 20. (DNS) 14J-Jody Rosenboom

G-Features: Top 5 advance to the corresponding F-Feature

G Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 118-Scott Evans[1]; 2. 1-Sammy Swindell[8]; 3. 55D-Nick Drake[13]; 4. 21E-Emilio Hoover[2]; 5. 1G-Justin Peck[10]; 6. 16-Santino Ferrucci[5]; 7. 22B-Troy Betts[9]; 8. 40U-Jace Sparks[6]; 9. 96-Cody Brewer[4]; 10. 25V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[14]; 11. 1A-Jacob Allen[7]; 12. 28K-Kory Schudy[12]; 13. 7-Frankie Guerrini[11]; 14. 08K-Karsyn Elledge[3]; 15. (DNS) 98B-Joe Boyles; 16. (DNS) 77X-Wayne Johnson

G Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 06-Rylan Gray[5]; 2. 80D-Josh Hawkins[7]; 3. 2B-Tanner Berryhill[11]; 4. 22T-Don Droud Jr[9]; 5. 7S-Parker Price Miller[15]; 6. 31H-Carson Hocevar[10]; 7. 9-Xavier Doney[14]; 8. 23-Patrick Ryan[1]; 9. 23S-Steve Irwin[6]; 10. 87F-Johnny Kent[2]; 11. 51X-Joe Walker[13]; 12. 5F-Danny Frye III[16]; 13. 22L-Lucas Scherb[4]; 14. 8D-Colby Deming[8]; 15. (DNF) 14X-KJ Snow[12]; 16. (DNF) 86C-David Camfield Sr[3]

H-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding G-Feature

H Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 22B-Troy Betts[1]; 2. 1G-Justin Peck[5]; 3. 7-Frankie Guerrini[9]; 4. 28K-Kory Schudy[3]; 5. 55D-Nick Drake[11]; 6. 25V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[15]; 7. 4A-Kyle Steffens[4]; 8. 37X-Blake Edwards[6]; 9. 8W-Troy Rutherford[7]; 10. 76-Michael Smith[8]; 11. 56M-Mike Veatch[12]; 12. 9B-Brian Schwabauer[13]; 13. 24T-Glenn James Bratti[2]; 14. (DNF) 9P-Kevin Cook[16]; 15. (DNF) 18N-Weston Gorham[14]; 16. (DNF) 7J-Shawn Jackson[10]

H Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 2B-Tanner Berryhill[5]; 2. 14X-KJ Snow[1]; 3. 51X-Joe Walker[4]; 4. 9-Xavier Doney[6]; 5. 7S-Parker Price Miller[8]; 6. 5F-Danny Frye III[3]; 7. 41W-Brad Wyatt[2]; 8. 36K-Kris Carroll[15]; 9. 3B-Zach Blurton[14]; 10. 6-Bill Rose[12]; 11. 14-Cody Hays[7]; 12. 21L-Austin Langenstein[13]; 13. 10X-Trevor Serbus[9]; 14. 7P-AJ Hopkins[10]; 15. (DNF) 11T-Tyler Baran[11]; 16. (DNS) 44-Colton Hardy

I-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding H-Feature

I Feature 1 (6 Laps): 1. 55D-Nick Drake[2]; 2. 56M-Mike Veatch[7]; 3. 9B-Brian Schwabauer[3]; 4. 18N-Weston Gorham[10]; 5. 25V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[14]; 6. 9P-Kevin Cook[5]; 7. 98C-Chad Boespflug[8]; 8. 91-Jeff Stasa[9]; 9. 55V-CJ Leary[11]; 10. (DNF) 6A-Kalib Henry[15]; 11. (DNF) 7B-Cody Beard[12]; 12. (DNF) 15F-Kinzer Edwards[4]; 13. (DNF) 3V-Jim Vanzant[6]; 14. (DNF) 4G-Drake Edwards[1]; 15. (DNF) 3W-Brandon Waelti[13]; 16. (DNS) 11G-Avery Goodman Race ended early after reaching the 10-minute time limit.

I Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 11T-Tyler Baran[5]; 2. 7P-AJ Hopkins[7]; 3. 21L-Austin Langenstein[6]; 4. 6-Bill Rose[8]; 5. 36K-Kris Carroll[16]; 6. 3B-Zach Blurton[11]; 7. 17H-Harli White[12]; 8. 17K-Garth Kasiner[9]; 9. 55C-Angelo Cornet[14]; 10. 00G-Braedon Enos[1]; 11. 71H-Austin Ervine[13]; 12. 31-David Budres[15]; 13. 12-Corbin Gurley[2]; 14. 71L-Charlie Louden[10]; 15. (DNF) 47K-Kevin Brewer[3]; 16. (DNF) 17C-Devin Camfield[4]

Kevin Studley J-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding I-Feature.

J Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 55V-CJ Leary[9]; 2. 18N-Weston Gorham[3]; 3. 3W-Brandon Waelti[5]; 4. 7B-Cody Beard[1]; 5. 6A-Kalib Henry[12]; 6. 25V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[13]; 7. 4R-Ryan Bickett[15]; 8. 53R-Sean Robbins[4]; 9. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[7]; 10. 51C-Logan Calderwood[16]; 11. 37T-Chet Gehrke[14]; 12. 02-Matt Rossi[2]; 13. 22G-John Murdie[6]; 14. 28M-Gray Leadbetter[11]; 15. M1-Colby Stubblefield[10]; 16. (DNF) 7K-Kolton Gariss[8]

J Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 3B-Zach Blurton[4]; 2. 17H-Harli White[2]; 3. 71H-Austin Ervine[1]; 4. 55C-Angelo Cornet[5]; 5. 31-David Budres[7]; 6. 36K-Kris Carroll[14]; 7. 116-Claud Estes III[13]; 8. 36C-Ian Creager[8]; 9. 6D-Isaac Chapple[11]; 10. 71T-Keith Rauch[12]; 11. 58-Dillon Welch[9]; 12. 15C-Carter Chevalier[15]; 13. 51Z-Zach Boden[10]; 14. 7C-Josh Bilicki[6]; 15. 17M-Jeremy Schnepper[3]; 16. (DNS) 57H-Steve Hix

K-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding J-Feature

K Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 28M-Gray Leadbetter[1]; 2. 6A-Kalib Henry[5]; 3. 25V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[10]; 4. 37T-Chet Gehrke[4]; 5. 4R-Ryan Bickett[9]; 6. 51C-Logan Calderwood[11]; 7. 11H-Jori Hughes[12]; 8. 77J-John Klabonde[15]; 9. 14U-Cole Schroeder[13]; 10. 20-Tadd Holliman[16]; 11. 19J-Jack Berger[7]; 12. 74-Drew Rader[14]; 13. B1-Aaron Sanders[8]; 14. 45K-Kyler Johnson[3]; 15. 36-Kevin Reed[2]; 16. (DNF) 251-Johnny Brown Jr[6]

K Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 6D-Isaac Chapple[1]; 2. 51Z-Zach Boden[4]; 3. 116-Claud Estes III[8]; 4. 71T-Keith Rauch[9]; 5. 15C-Carter Chevalier[14]; 6. 36K-Kris Carroll[11]; 7. 35L-Cody Ledger[7]; 8. 31B-Kyle Beilman[13]; 9. 60-Landon Britt[10]; 10. 68B-Jason Martin[5]; 11. 12X-Steven Snawder[3]; 12. 4K-Kayla Roell[12]; 13. 8M-Kade Morton[2]; 14. 34C-Cameron Willhite[15]; 15. 51-Curtis Jones[6]; 16. (DNS) 73T-Tony Gomes

L-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding K-Feature

L Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 51C-Logan Calderwood[3]; 2. 11H-Jori Hughes[1]; 3. 14U-Cole Schroeder[5]; 4. 74-Drew Rader[7]; 5. 77J-John Klabonde[10]; 6. 20-Tadd Holliman[13]; 7. 55K-Todd Kluever[2]; 8. 2MD-Conner Morrell[14]; 9. 8L-Colin Deming[6]; 10. 99K-Robert Carson[12]; 11. 80-Jarrod Jennings[4]; 12. 75X-Alex Vande Voort[11]; 13. (DNF) 0G-Glenn Styres[8]; 14. (DNF) 4M-Brody Fuson[9]; 15. (DNF) 45-Kyle Hammer[15]; 16. (DNS) 2E-Whit Gastineau

L Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 71T-Keith Rauch[4]; 2. 4K-Kayla Roell[11]; 3. 36K-Kris Carroll[14]; 4. 15C-Carter Chevalier[15]; 5. 31B-Kyle Beilman[13]; 6. 34C-Cameron Willhite[6]; 7. 19U-Pierce Urbanosky[2]; 8. 7F-Roy Entze II[8]; 9. 5K-Ben Worth[9]; 10. 14R-Brody Petrie[1]; 11. 45J-Jerry Brey[3]; 12. 68C-Ryder Laplante[16]; 13. 19N-Nathan Byrd[10]; 14. (DNF) 35-Tyler Robbins[5]; 15. (DNF) 14T-Dylan Bloomfield[12]; 16. (DNF) 10C-Dalton Camfield[7]

M-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding L-Feature

M Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 75X-Alex Vande Voort[1]; 2. 77J-John Klabonde[5]; 3. 20-Tadd Holliman[7]; 4. 99K-Robert Carson[10]; 5. 45-Kyle Hammer[9]; 6. 2MD-Conner Morrell[14]; 7. 21D-Justin Dickerson[11]; 8. 7Z-Ryan Powers[16]; 9. 15M-Shane Morgan[4]; 10. 50T-Keoni Texeira[13]; 11. 7JR-JD Black[15]; 12. (DNF) 22J-Taylor Kuehl[12]; 13. (DNF) 7E-Joseph Wray IV[6]; 14. (DNF) 1W-Bryon Walters[2]; 15. (DNF) 15G-Dennie Gieber[3]; 16. (DNF) 15K-Gage Rucker[8]

M Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 4K-Kayla Roell[3]; 2. 14T-Dylan Bloomfield[4]; 3. 31B-Kyle Beilman[1]; 4. 36K-Kris Carroll[11]; 5. 15C-Carter Chevalier[7]; 6. 68C-Ryder Laplante[13]; 7. 68S-Corby Scherb[9]; 8. 139-Todd Bertrand[12]; 9. (DNF) 7TX-Anthony Pope[6]; 10. (DNF) 21X-Justin Bates[2]; 11. (DNF) 80H-Joshua Hanna[14]; 12. (DNF) 6K-Jesse Denome[15]; 13. (DNF) 23T-Tristan Lee[10]; 14. (DNF) 5B-Bobby Brewer[5]; 15. (DNF) 7R-Casey Burkham[8]; 16. (DNS) 76X-Tom Savage

N-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding M-Feature

N Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 21D-Justin Dickerson[3]; 2. 22J-Taylor Kuehl[1]; 3. 50T-Keoni Texeira[2]; 4. 2MD-Conner Morrell[7]; 5. 7JR-JD Black[8]; 6. 7Z-Ryan Powers[13]; 7. 27J-Frank Beck III[10]; 8. 00H-John Heitzman[4]; 9. 33B-Mike Bitner[12]; 10. 37-Ashton Thompson[11]; 11. 19X-Dylan Archer[5]; 12. 22P-Marcus Kennedy[15]; 13. (DNF) 1T-Tyler Shoemaker[9]; 14. (DNF) 18K-Billy Rayburn[6]; 15. (DNS) 70-Cade Cowles

N Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 68S-Corby Scherb[1]; 2. 139-Todd Bertrand[3]; 3. 36K-Kris Carroll[7]; 4. 80H-Joshua Hanna[2]; 5. 68C-Ryder Laplante[10]; 6. 6K-Jesse Denome[5]; 7. 10M-Kort Morgan[12]; 8. 46-Adam Andretti[11]; 9. 5J-Josh Hodge[6]; 10. 8AJ-AJ Johnson[8]; 11. (DNF) 2Y-Dave Axton[4]; 12. (DNF) 8K-Jake Neal[9]; 13. (DNS) 14E-Tom Dunkel; 14. (DNS) 7D-Michelle Decker; 15. (DNS) 17X-Jadon Rogers; 16. (DNS) 98P-Ryan Padgett

O-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding N-Feature

O Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 1T-Tyler Shoemaker[1]; 2. 27J-Frank Beck III[2]; 3. 37-Ashton Thompson[6]; 4. 33B-Mike Bitner[4]; 5. 7Z-Ryan Powers[3]; 6. 70-Cade Cowles[12]; 7. 17D-Wyatt Rotz[5]; 8. 7L-Jarrad Warhurst[10]; 9. 83T-Herman Carrier[8]; 10. 0-Johnny Murdock[7]; 11. 42K-Kevin Battefeld[11]; 12. 5H-Casey Hicks[9]; 13. (DNS) 11N-Nick Baran; 14. (DNS) 11C-Mike Woodruff; 15. (DNS) 87C-Austin Garrett; 16. (DNS) 93-Kyle Bellm

O Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 8K-Jake Neal[4]; 2. 68C-Ryder Laplante[5]; 3. 98P-Ryan Padgett[2]; 4. 17X-Jadon Rogers[6]; 5. 46-Adam Andretti[1]; 6. 10M-Kort Morgan[7]; 7. 12H-Jared Hood[10]; 8. 3F-Tim Barber[3]; 9. 130-Larry Bratti[9]; 10. 42-Patrick Prescott[8]; 11. (DNF) 66-Harry Elzo[11]; 12. (DNF) 127-James Picardi[12]; 13. (DNS) 84J-Jesse Shapel

P-Features scratched. All remaining drivers advanced into O-Features

 

 

Logan Seavey Uncatchable During Hard Rock Qualifying Night!

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (January 13, 2023) Getting the lead and never looking back, California’s Logan Seavey sailed the Swindell SpeedLab No. 39 into Victory Lane Friday night during Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Tulsa Qualifying Night at the 37th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire.

Asked what it means to win during the Chili Bowl, Seavey replied, “It’s even more special to do it with Kevin [Swindell]. He’s obviously one of the best to ever race here, so for him to come back ten years later since he’s won with his own car and have so much speed right away is something. For me, to put together a good night, it’s been a while, and it’s been over a year since I’ve won a Midget race, so to do it with him especially, it gets my confidence back where it needs to be.”

The fifth time Seavey has started in a preliminary night feature, the win is the second of his career and first as a car owner for Kevin Swindell, who won the event as a driver from 2010-2013. Logan's previous win was for Keith Kunz in 2019.

Taking the lead from the start, Seavey kept a quick pace over the race for second. Red on Lap 8, when Ethan Mitchell ended up hung in the fence after contact while battling with Justin Grant, the race resumed with Seavey doing much of the same.

Working into traffic just past the race’s mid-point, Logan was able to move top to bottom on the slower cars while Grant railed the cushion. Closing one lap and losing the other was the theme until Lap 23, when a series of cautions put the field to the gutter for the remainder of the race.

On Seavey coming to the white, Grant could not shake the No. 39, who took the win by 0.516-seconds. The NOS Energy Drink No. 2j protected for second, with Chase McDermand putting on an impressive run to third after starting 15th. Zeb Wise crossed fourth, followed by Jason McDougal.

After exchanging slides in the race for second early on, Ace McCarthy ended up sixth, followed Jace Park. Eighth was Brian Carber from 13th, followed by Clinton Boyles in ninth. The top ten rounded out with Bryant Wiedeman.

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Tulsa Qualifying night included 76 drivers, bringing the total event count to 365, making it the second highest in the history of the event, after 2022, which had 281.

Down to the final night, Saturday is presented by General Tire and will begin at 9:00 A.M. with P-Main and O-Main Hot Laps. Racing will run throughout the day, with Opening Ceremonies slated for 6:30 P.M. (CT). Lineups have been posted to http://www.chilibowl.com as well as the My Race Pass App.

Fans unable to attend the 37th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire will be able to watch every lap live on http://www.floracing.com.

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.

Results:

Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire

Tulsa Expo Raceway - Tulsa, Okla.

Friday, January, 13, 2023

Hard Rock Casino Hotel, Tulsa Qualifying Night

Car Count: 76

Event Count: 365

OERB Heat Races: Top 40 in passing points advance to Qualifiers.

OERB Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 37F-Adyn Schmidt[1]; 2. 02-Matt Rossi[3]; 3. 19-Brian Carber[6]; 4. 21K-Dale Curran[8]; 5. 14-Cody Hays[4]; 6. 12-Corbin Gurley[7]; 7. 0-Johnny Murdock[5]; 8. (DNF) 87C-Austin Garrett[2]; 9. (DNS) 130-Larry Bratti

OERB Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 3G-Kyle Cummins[1]; 2. 17B-Austin Barnhill[4]; 3. 95-Chris Andrews[6]; 4. 14J-Jody Rosenboom[8]; 5. 1M-Mason Smith[9]; 6. 31-David Budres[7]; 7. 68B-Jason Martin[5]; 8. 127-James Picardi[3]; 9. 1T-Tyler Shoemaker[2]

OERB Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 00B-Braden Chiaramonte[2]; 2. 87-Jace Park[5]; 3. 11B-Clinton Boyles[8]; 4. 45H-Briggs Danner[4]; 5. 11A-Andrew Felker[7]; 6. 22J-Taylor Kuehl[1]; 7. 5B-Bobby Brewer[6]; 8. 7Z-Ryan Powers[3]; 9. (DNS) 59-Richard Harvey

OERB Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 39-Logan Seavey[2]; 2. 23K-Kyle Simon[1]; 3. 11G-Avery Goodman[4]; 4. 31K-Danny Stratton[5]; 5. 80D-Josh Hawkins[6]; 6. 56M-Mike Veatch[7]; 7. 36-Kevin Reed[8]; 8. 4F-Chad Frewaldt[9]; 9. (DNF) 98P-Ryan Padgett[3]

OERB Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 26R-Zeb Wise[1]; 2. 14M-Michael Faccinto[6]; 3. 40M-Chase McDermand[3]; 4. 19B-Alex Bright[8]; 5. 5J-Josh Hodge[2]; 6. 74-Drew Rader[5]; 7. 11X-Donovan Peterson[7]; 8. 10C-Dalton Camfield[4]

OERB Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[2]; 2. 47X-Jason McDougal[5]; 3. 68W-Matt Mitchell[4]; 4. 7P-AJ Hopkins[3]; 5. 87F-Johnny Kent[7]; 6. 8M-Kade Morton[1]; 7. 21X-Justin Bates[6]; 8. (DNS) 00S-Jamie Speers

OERB Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[3]; 2. 97-Brenham Crouch[6]; 3. 41W-Brad Wyatt[1]; 4. 24T-Glenn James Bratti[5]; 5. 20-Tadd Holliman[2]; 6. 19J-Jack Berger[8]; 7. 1W-Bryon Walters[7]; 8. (DNF) 73H-Hunter Schuerenberg[4]

OERB Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 21-Daryn Pittman[1]; 2. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[2]; 3. 28-Ace McCarthy[6]; 4. 8W-Troy Rutherford[4]; 5. 44X-Wesley Smith[8]; 6. 77X-Wayne Johnson[3]; 7. 7D-Michelle Decker[5]; 8. 66-Harry Elzo[7]

OERB Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 2J-Justin Grant[1]; 2. 57A-Shane Cottle[3]; 3. 81G-Greyson Springer[6]; 4. 16-Santino Ferrucci[5]; 5. 55K-Todd Kluever[2]; 6. 17H-Harli White[4]; 7. 19U-Pierce Urbanosky[7]; 8. 73-Shawn Mahaffey[8]

Team Toyota Qualifiers: Top 16 in combined passing points advance to the A-Feature.

Toyota Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 28-Ace McCarthy[3]; 2. 26R-Zeb Wise[2]; 3. 87-Jace Park[5]; 4. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[4]; 5. 14M-Michael Faccinto[6]; 6. 14J-Jody Rosenboom[1]; 7. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[7]; 8. 87F-Johnny Kent[8]; 9. 24T-Glenn James Bratti[9]; 10. (DNS) 68W-Matt Mitchell

Toyota Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 19B-Alex Bright[1]; 2. 21-Daryn Pittman[2]; 3. 47X-Jason McDougal[5]; 4. 97-Brenham Crouch[6]; 5. 45H-Briggs Danner[10]; 6. 81G-Greyson Springer[3]; 7. 16-Santino Ferrucci[9]; 8. 1M-Mason Smith[7]; 9. 44X-Wesley Smith[8]; 10. (DNF) 17B-Austin Barnhill[4]

Toyota Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 2J-Justin Grant[2]; 2. 11B-Clinton Boyles[6]; 3. 19-Brian Carber[4]; 4. 40M-Chase McDermand[8]; 5. 00B-Braden Chiaramonte[5]; 6. 23K-Kyle Simon[7]; 7. 37F-Adyn Schmidt[3]; 8. 02-Matt Rossi[1]; 9. 41W-Brad Wyatt[9]; 10. 8W-Troy Rutherford[10]

Toyota Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 39-Logan Seavey[5]; 2. 3G-Kyle Cummins[3]; 3. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[6]; 4. 57A-Shane Cottle[1]; 5. 11A-Andrew Felker[9]; 6. 11G-Avery Goodman[7]; 7. 95-Chris Andrews[4]; 8. 21K-Dale Curran[2]; 9. 7P-AJ Hopkins[10]; 10. 31K-Danny Stratton[8]

D-Features: Top 2 advance to their corresponding C-Feature

D Feature 1 (8 Laps): 1. 10C-Dalton Camfield[4]; 2. 68B-Jason Martin[2]; 3. 1T-Tyler Shoemaker[5]; 4. 127-James Picardi[3]; 5. (DNF) 87C-Austin Garrett[6]; 6. (DNF) 4F-Chad Frewaldt[1]; 7. (DNS) 73-Shawn Mahaffey; 8. (DNS) 00S-Jamie Speers

D Feature 2 (8 Laps): 1. 73H-Hunter Schuerenberg[4]; 2. 7D-Michelle Decker[2]; 3. 98P-Ryan Padgett[6]; 4. 7Z-Ryan Powers[5]; 5. 66-Harry Elzo[3]; 6. 0-Johnny Murdock[1]; 7. 130-Larry Bratti[7]; 8. (DNS) 59-Richard Harvey

C-Features: Top 4 advance to their corresponding B-Feature

C Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 77X-Wayne Johnson[7]; 2. 80D-Josh Hawkins[1]; 3. 31-David Budres[3]; 4. 14-Cody Hays[2]; 5. 36-Kevin Reed[6]; 6. 68B-Jason Martin[12]; 7. 55K-Todd Kluever[5]; 8. 10C-Dalton Camfield[11]; 9. 1W-Bryon Walters[8]; 10. 5B-Bobby Brewer[10]; 11. 22J-Taylor Kuehl[9]; 12. 5J-Josh Hodge[4]

C Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 12-Corbin Gurley[2]; 2. 56M-Mike Veatch[3]; 3. 17H-Harli White[6]; 4. 11X-Donovan Peterson[7]; 5. 8M-Kade Morton[9]; 6. 19J-Jack Berger[1]; 7. 19U-Pierce Urbanosky[8]; 8. 74-Drew Rader[5]; 9. (DNF) 21X-Justin Bates[10]; 10. (DNF) 20-Tadd Holliman[4]; 11. (DNF) 7D-Michelle Decker[12]; 12. (DNF) 73H-Hunter Schuerenberg[11]

Dave.com B-Features: Top 4 advance to the A-Feature.

Dave.com B Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 11A-Andrew Felker[2]; 2. 00B-Braden Chiaramonte[1]; 3. 95-Chris Andrews[5]; 4. 17B-Austin Barnhill[9]; 5. 31K-Danny Stratton[12]; 6. 81G-Greyson Springer[3]; 7. 1M-Mason Smith[7]; 8. 37F-Adyn Schmidt[6]; 9. 77X-Wayne Johnson[13]; 10. 80D-Josh Hawkins[14]; 11. 24T-Glenn James Bratti[10]; 12. 14-Cody Hays[16]; 13. (DNF) 11G-Avery Goodman[4]; 14. (DNF) 7P-AJ Hopkins[11]; 15. (DNF) 02-Matt Rossi[8]; 16. (DNF) 31-David Budres[15]

Dave.com B Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 45H-Briggs Danner[1]; 2. 57A-Shane Cottle[2]; 3. 68W-Matt Mitchell[11]; 4. 23K-Kyle Simon[3]; 5. 44X-Wesley Smith[9]; 6. 14J-Jody Rosenboom[4]; 7. 21K-Dale Curran[7]; 8. 11X-Donovan Peterson[16]; 9. 87F-Johnny Kent[8]; 10. 16-Santino Ferrucci[5]; 11. 41W-Brad Wyatt[10]; 12. 8W-Troy Rutherford[12]; 13. 12-Corbin Gurley[13]; 14. 56M-Mike Veatch[14]; 15. 17H-Harli White[15]; 16. (DNF) 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[6]

A-Feature: Top 2 advance to Saturday's A-Feature.

Hard Rock Casino, Tulsa A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 39-Logan Seavey[1]; 2. 2J-Justin Grant[5]; 3. 40M-Chase McDermand[15]; 4. 26R-Zeb Wise[11]; 5. 47X-Jason McDougal[7]; 6. 28-Ace McCarthy[3]; 7. 87-Jace Park[6]; 8. 19-Brian Carber[13]; 9. 11B-Clinton Boyles[2]; 10. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[16]; 11. 21-Daryn Pittman[12]; 12. 14M-Michael Faccinto[14]; 13. 11A-Andrew Felker[17]; 14. 00B-Braden Chiaramonte[19]; 15. 19B-Alex Bright[9]; 16. 3G-Kyle Cummins[10]; 17. 68W-Matt Mitchell[22]; 18. 95-Chris Andrews[21]; 19. (DNF) 97-Brenham Crouch[8]; 20. (DNF) 57A-Shane Cottle[20]; 21. (DNF) 17B-Austin Barnhill[23]; 22. (DNF) 23K-Kyle Simon[24]; 23. (DNF) 19M-Ethan Mitchell[4]; 24. (DNF) 45H-Briggs Danner[18]

Lap Leader(s): Logan Seavey 1-30

Hard Charger: Chase McDermand +12

 

Tanner Thorson Dominates John Christner Trucking Qualifying Night!


Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (January 12, 2023) Putting things in overdrive on Saturday night, Tanner Thorson served notice with an absolutely dominating performance on Thursday’s John Christner Trucking Qualifying Night at the 37th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire.

What looked like a rocky start to his night with a spin in his OERB Heat Race, Thorson immediately bounced back to win his opening laps of competition. Sixth to second in his Team Toyota Qualifier, from there, it was lights out for the Maestro Classic/Bob Hurley RV No. 88

“I thought my prelim night was over at the start of that Heat Race. I was just kind of waiting to get hit, luckily enough I didn’t and was able to keep going,” stated Thorson on the start of his night.

Working the top of the Tulsa Expo Raceway at all ends, the No. 88 went unchallenged through four cautions, with each one keeping the leaders from contending with traffic. Slowing down for the final time on Lap 24, the gap over second grew to 1.376-seconds at the finish.

Chased the entire 30 laps by Emerson Axsom, the AME Electric No. 19t was solidly in second the entire race. A battle through several restarts for the show position, the spot finally went to fifth, starting Brady Bacon, who made the pass on Lap 24. Tim Buckwalter made it to fourth from ninth, with Tanner Carrick rolling from eleventh to fifth.

Racing third from the start, the race with Bacon slipped Sarff out of his groove and slipped him back to sixth. Chase Johnson, in seventh, was pursued by California’s Ryan Bernal, who came from 17th to eighth. Dominic Gorden and Joe B. Miller made the top ten.

John Christner Trucking Qualifying night included 72 drivers, bringing the event count to 289 for the week.

The 2023 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, takes place January 9-14, 2023, atop the clay of the Tulsa Expo Raceway. The event is contested under the massive roof of the SageNet Center in Tulsa, Okla.

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.

Fans unable to attend the 37th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire will be able to watch every lap live on http://www.floracing.com.

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.

Results:

Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire

Tulsa Expo Raceway - Tulsa, Okla.

Thursday, January 12, 2023

John Christner Trucking Qualifying Night

Car Count: 72

Event Count: 289

OERB Heat Races: Top 40 in passing points advance to Qualifiers.

OERB Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 40-Max Adams[2]; 2. 3N-Jake Neuman[6]; 3. 29-Tim Buckwalter[7]; 4. 77W-Joe Wirth[8]; 5. 71T-Keith Rauch[4]; 6. 20H-Noah Harris[9]; 7. 11K-Joey Klemish[5]; 8. 84J-Jesse Shapel[3]; 9. (DNF) 78M-Merle Scherb[1]

OERB Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 86-Chase Johnson[1]; 2. 2D-Matt Sherrell[6]; 3. 7MF-Chance Morton[3]; 4. 1A-Jacob Allen[5]; 5. 4C-Cody Jessop[9]; 6. 17C-Devin Camfield[7]; 7. 14T-Dylan Bloomfield[4]; 8. 45-Kyle Hammer[2]; 9. 2MD-Conner Morrell[8]

OERB Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 88-Tanner Thorson[2]; 2. 98B-Joe Boyles[1]; 3. 7M-Shane Cockrum[6]; 4. 55D-Nick Drake[9]; 5. 17K-Garth Kasiner[4]; 6. 91-Jeff Stasa[8]; 7. 83T-Herman Carrier[3]; 8. (DNF) 4M-Brody Fuson[5]; 9. (DNF) 55V-CJ Leary[7]

OERB Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 19T-Emerson Axsom[3]; 2. 75-Mario Clouser[4]; 3. 22T-Don Droud Jr[2]; 4. 82-Landon Crawley[7]; 5. 37T-Chet Gehrke[1]; 6. 72X-Caden McCreary[5]; 7. 47W-Dylan Westbrook[9]; 8. 27J-Frank Beck III[6]; 9. 21D-Justin Dickerson[8]

OERB Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 58-Dillon Welch[2]; 2. 7G-Gavin Miller[4]; 3. 21H-Brady Bacon[6]; 4. 3B-Zach Blurton[5]; 5. 25B-Steve Buckwalter[7]; 6. 22L-Lucas Scherb[8]; 7. 15C-Carter Chevalier[3]; 8. (DNF) 7-Frankie Guerrini[9]; 9. (DNF) 139-Todd Bertrand[1]

OERB Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 15D-Andrew Deal[1]; 2. 57R-Daniel Robinson[4]; 3. 00-Anton Hernandez[6]; 4. 87W-Ryan Bernal[7]; 5. 51Z-Zach Boden[2]; 6. 3F-Tim Barber[3]; 7. 15M-Shane Morgan[8]; 8. 5K-Ben Worth[5]; 9. 4R-Ryan Bickett[9]

OERB Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 51J-RJ Johnson[1]; 2. 98-Tanner Carrick[2]; 3. 21S-Karter Sarff[7]; 4. 51X-Joe Walker[3]; 5. 4A-Kyle Steffens[6]; 6. 2G-JJ Yeley[9]; 7. 35L-Cody Ledger[4]; 8. 17X-Jadon Rogers[8]; 9. 33B-Mike Bitner[5]

OERB Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 32W-Casey Shuman[1]; 2. 71K-Dominic Gorden[3]; 3. 53R-Sean Robbins[4]; 4. 4-Taylor Ferns[5]; 5. 51B-Joe B Miller[9]; 6. 93-Kyle Bellm[8]; 7. 10X-Trevor Serbus[6]; 8. 14E-Tom Dunkel[2]; 9. 2E-Whit Gastineau[7]

Team Toyota Qualifiers: Top 16 in combined passing points advance to the A-Feature.

Toyota Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 71K-Dominic Gorden[1]; 2. 21S-Karter Sarff[5]; 3. 7MF-Chance Morton[8]; 4. 3N-Jake Neuman[6]; 5. 4C-Cody Jessop[7]; 6. 7M-Shane Cockrum[3]; 7. 55D-Nick Drake[4]; 8. 15D-Andrew Deal[2]; 9. 4-Taylor Ferns[9]; 10. (DNF) 51X-Joe Walker[10]

Toyota Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 82-Landon Crawley[1]; 2. 21H-Brady Bacon[3]; 3. 51J-RJ Johnson[2]; 4. 51B-Joe B Miller[7]; 5. 75-Mario Clouser[4]; 6. 2D-Matt Sherrell[6]; 7. 25B-Steve Buckwalter[9]; 8. 22T-Don Droud Jr[8]; 9. 4A-Kyle Steffens[10]; 10. 40-Max Adams[5]

Toyota Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 88-Tanner Thorson[5]; 2. 19T-Emerson Axsom[6]; 3. 87W-Ryan Bernal[1]; 4. 00-Anton Hernandez[3]; 5. 32W-Casey Shuman[2]; 6. 7G-Gavin Miller[4]; 7. 1A-Jacob Allen[8]; 8. 20H-Noah Harris[9]; 9. 91-Jeff Stasa[10]; 10. 98B-Joe Boyles[7]

Toyota Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 98-Tanner Carrick[1]; 2. 86-Chase Johnson[3]; 3. 77W-Joe Wirth[2]; 4. 29-Tim Buckwalter[6]; 5. 2G-JJ Yeley[9]; 6. 58-Dillon Welch[5]; 7. 57R-Daniel Robinson[4]; 8. 3B-Zach Blurton[8]; 9. 22L-Lucas Scherb[10]; 10. (DNF) 53R-Sean Robbins[7]

C-Features: Top 4 advance to their corresponding B-Feature

C Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 47W-Dylan Westbrook[3]; 2. 17K-Garth Kasiner[2]; 3. 10X-Trevor Serbus[6]; 4. 11K-Joey Klemish[7]; 5. 37T-Chet Gehrke[4]; 6. 35L-Cody Ledger[8]; 7. 2E-Whit Gastineau[15]; 8. 5K-Ben Worth[11]; 9. 15M-Shane Morgan[5]; 10. 15C-Carter Chevalier[9]; 11. 21D-Justin Dickerson[13]; 12. 14E-Tom Dunkel[14]; 13. 27J-Frank Beck III[10]; 14. (DNF) 84J-Jesse Shapel[12]; 15. (DNF) 93-Kyle Bellm[1]

C Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 55V-CJ Leary[14]; 2. 17C-Devin Camfield[2]; 3. 72X-Caden McCreary[4]; 4. 7-Frankie Guerrini[6]; 5. 51Z-Zach Boden[3]; 6. 4R-Ryan Bickett[11]; 7. 71T-Keith Rauch[1]; 8. 4M-Brody Fuson[10]; 9. 14T-Dylan Bloomfield[7]; 10. 45-Kyle Hammer[13]; 11. 139-Todd Bertrand[16]; 12. 2MD-Conner Morrell[12]; 13. 3F-Tim Barber[5]; 14. 33B-Mike Bitner[15]; 15. 17X-Jadon Rogers[9]; 16. 83T-Herman Carrier[8]

Dave.com B-Features: Top 4 advance to the A-Feature.

Dave.com B Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 87W-Ryan Bernal[1]; 2. 15D-Andrew Deal[7]; 3. 47W-Dylan Westbrook[13]; 4. 40-Max Adams[9]; 5. 7G-Gavin Miller[4]; 6. 75-Mario Clouser[2]; 7. 25B-Steve Buckwalter[6]; 8. 11K-Joey Klemish[16]; 9. 98B-Joe Boyles[11]; 10. 22T-Don Droud Jr[8]; 11. 4A-Kyle Steffens[10]; 12. 10X-Trevor Serbus[15]; 13. 55D-Nick Drake[5]; 14. (DNS) 17K-Garth Kasiner; 15. (DNS) 53R-Sean Robbins; 16. (DNS) 58-Dillon Welch

Dave.com B Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 4C-Cody Jessop[1]; 2. 32W-Casey Shuman[3]; 3. 2G-JJ Yeley[2]; 4. 57R-Daniel Robinson[5]; 5. 4-Taylor Ferns[9]; 6. 7M-Shane Cockrum[4]; 7. 72X-Caden McCreary[15]; 8. 20H-Noah Harris[7]; 9. 22L-Lucas Scherb[11]; 10. 1A-Jacob Allen[6]; 11. 51X-Joe Walker[12]; 12. 7-Frankie Guerrini[16]; 13. 17C-Devin Camfield[14]; 14. 91-Jeff Stasa[10]; 15. 3B-Zach Blurton[8]; 16. (DNF) 55V-CJ Leary[13]

A-Feature: Top 2 advance to Saturday's A-Feature.

John Christner Trucking A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 88-Tanner Thorson[1]; 2. 19T-Emerson Axsom[2]; 3. 21H-Brady Bacon[5]; 4. 29-Tim Buckwalter[9]; 5. 98-Tanner Carrick[11]; 6. 21S-Karter Sarff[3]; 7. 86-Chase Johnson[7]; 8. 87W-Ryan Bernal[17]; 9. 71K-Dominic Gorden[6]; 10. 51B-Joe B Miller[12]; 11. 4C-Cody Jessop[18]; 12. 82-Landon Crawley[10]; 13. 2G-JJ Yeley[22]; 14. 2D-Matt Sherrell[16]; 15. 51J-RJ Johnson[13]; 16. 00-Anton Hernandez[15]; 17. 77W-Joe Wirth[14]; 18. 47W-Dylan Westbrook[21]; 19. 7MF-Chance Morton[8]; 20. 40-Max Adams[23]; 21. 57R-Daniel Robinson[24]; 22. (DNF) 32W-Casey Shuman[20]; 23. (DNF) 3N-Jake Neuman[4]; 24. (DNF) 15D-Andrew Deal[19]

Lap Leader(s): Tanner Thorson 1-30

Hard Charger: Ryan Bernal +9

 

 

Rico Makes It Eight With Smiley’s Racing Products Qualifying Night Victory!

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (January 11, 2023) Making the move for the lead through the final two turns, Rico Abreu, threw the Hoosiers on the cushion and shot past Mitchel Moles for his eighth career Chili Bowl preliminary victory.

Grabbing the win for Keith Kunz Motorsports/Curb-Agajanian, the triumph is the 34th in Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire competition for Keith as a car owner and is the 12th consecutive event that his team has won a Chili Bowl A-Feature.

“Most important part is that the Torgerson family is in our prayers. It’s tough to be out there racing going through experiences like that, but we’re all racecar drivers here, and we’re all racing to win,” commented Rico in Victory Lane before talking about anything else pertaining to the race.

Battling with Blake Hahn and Brent Crews through much of the last half of the feature, a caution with six to go reset the deck with Rico moving to the cushion while Moles and Crews worked the bottom. Grabbing second with two to go, the James Hodge Auto Group No. 24 closed the gap to car lengths at the white flag. Pinning the cushion off the final turn, Rico pulled ahead by 0.223 seconds.

On the race-winning run, Rico said, “Towards the last half of the race, I could make up some time. After that last restart with six to go, I saw Chad (Boat) tell him to go down, so I just went up. I wasn’t going to follow him. It was just a pretty easy decision for me.”

Moles in second is his best career preliminary performance and locks him into his first career Saturday night feature event, while Brent Crews held on for third. Fourth went to Blake Hahn, with Kevin Thomas, Jr. completing the top five.

Wednesday’s field included 79 drivers, bringing the event count to 217 for the week.

The 2023 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, takes place January 9-14, 2023, atop the clay of the Tulsa Expo Raceway. The event is contested under the massive roof of the SageNet Center in Tulsa, Okla.

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.

Fans not able to attend the 37th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire will be able to watch every lap live on http://www.floracing.com.

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.

Results:

Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire

Tulsa Expo Raceway - Tulsa, Okla.

Wednesday, January 11, 2023

Smiley's Racing Products Qualifying Night

Car Count: 79

Event Count: 217

OERB Heat Races: Top 40 in passing points advance to Qualifiers.

OERB Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 57-Daniel Whitley[3]; 2. 4P-Kody Swanson[2]; 3. 4B-Chelby Hinton[7]; 4. 56-Mitchell Davis[5]; 5. 08G-Trey Gropp[9]; 6. 19N-Nathan Byrd[4]; 7. 99K-Robert Carson[6]; 8. 7L-Jarrad Warhurst[8]; 9. 57C-Adam Taylor[1]

OERB Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 1I-Ashton Torgerson[3]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[7]; 3. 16C-David Camfield Jr[1]; 4. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[2]; 5. 6A-Kalib Henry[4]; 6. 55C-Angelo Cornet[9]; 7. 37-Ashton Thompson[6]; 8. 11C-Mike Woodruff[5]; 9. 17D-Wyatt Rotz[8]

OERB Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 7X-Thomas Meseraull[2]; 2. 24-Rico Abreu[3]; 3. 51R-Ricky Thornton Jr[1]; 4. 31H-Carson Hocevar[4]; 5. 01C-Carson Sousa[9]; 6. 2B-Tanner Berryhill[8]; 7. 14U-Cole Schroeder[7]; 8. 10M-Kort Morgan[6]; 9. (DNF) 8K-Jake Neal[5]

OERB Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 54-Matt Westfall[2]; 2. 5T-Kevin Thomas Jr[3]; 3. 67K-Cade Lewis[4]; 4. 45X-Roger Crockett[8]; 5. 11T-Tyler Baran[5]; 6. 7S-Parker Price Miller[7]; 7. 22X-Steven Shebester[9]; 8. 81C-Colten Cottle[6]; 9. 70-Cade Cowles[1]

OERB Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 98C-Chad Boespflug[4]; 2. 25M-Jake Andreotti[6]; 3. 68-Ronnie Gardner[3]; 4. 07W-Corey Day[5]; 5. 60-Landon Britt[1]; 6. 3W-Brandon Waelti[8]; 7. 73T-Tony Gomes[7]; 8. 23T-Tristan Lee[9]; 9. 68C-Ryder Laplante[2]

OERB Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 55A-Jake Swanson[4]; 2. M1-Colby Stubblefield[2]; 3. 08K-Karsyn Elledge[6]; 4. 80A-Chris Schmelzle[5]; 5. 06-Rylan Gray[7]; 6. 9P-Kevin Cook[9]; 7. (DNF) 8AJ-AJ Johnson[8]; 8. (DNF) 25V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[1]; 9. (DNF) 0G-Glenn Styres[3]

OERB Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 71M-Brent Crews[4]; 2. 91X-Danny Wood[6]; 3. 56X-Mark Chisholm[1]; 4. 2X-Landon Brooks[8]; 5. 7J-Shawn Jackson[7]; 6. 7JR-JD Black[9]; 7. 72W-Tye Wilke[3]; 8. 5H-Casey Hicks[2]; 9. 77J-John Klabonde[5]

OERB Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 19Z-Hayden Reinbold[4]; 2. 17-Travis Berryhill[2]; 3. 80S-Kaden Honeycutt[3]; 4. 71L-Charlie Louden[5]; 5. 57H-Steve Hix[7]; 6. 00H-John Heitzman[1]; 7. 76X-Tom Savage[8]; 8. 42-Patrick Prescott[6]

OERB Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 89X-Mitchel Moles[2]; 2. 25K-Taylor Reimer[4]; 3. 1G-Justin Peck[8]; 4. 1-Sammy Swindell[3]; 5. 35-Tyler Robbins[6]; 6. 2Y-Dave Axton[5]; 7. (DNF) Z8-Max McLaughlin[7]; 8. (DNF) 2C-JR Ewing[1]

D-Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding C-Feature

D Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 23T-Tristan Lee[2]; 2. 77J-John Klabonde[8]; 3. 11C-Mike Woodruff[5]; 4. 68C-Ryder Laplante[9]; 5. 37-Ashton Thompson[1]; 6. 5H-Casey Hicks[6]; 7. 2C-JR Ewing[7]; 8. (DNF) 81C-Colten Cottle[4]; 9. (DNF) 7L-Jarrad Warhurst[3]; 10. (DNS) 70-Cade Cowles

D Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 25V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[6]; 2. 0G-Glenn Styres[8]; 3. 8K-Jake Neal[7]; 4. 17D-Wyatt Rotz[5]; 5. 10M-Kort Morgan[3]; 6. 42-Patrick Prescott[4]; 7. (DNF) 57C-Adam Taylor[9]; 8. (DNF) 72W-Tye Wilke[2]; 9. (DNF) Z8-Max McLaughlin[1]

C-Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding B-Feature.

C Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 31H-Carson Hocevar[1]; 2. 3W-Brandon Waelti[3]; 3. 7S-Parker Price Miller[5]; 4. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[2]; 5. 6A-Kalib Henry[4]; 6. 60-Landon Britt[6]; 7. 14U-Cole Schroeder[9]; 8. 19N-Nathan Byrd[8]; 9. 77J-John Klabonde[12]; 10. 23T-Tristan Lee[11]; 11. 00H-John Heitzman[10]; 12. (DNF) 8AJ-AJ Johnson[7]

C Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 1-Sammy Swindell[1]; 2. 2B-Tanner Berryhill[2]; 3. 22X-Steven Shebester[5]; 4. 11T-Tyler Baran[3]; 5. 73T-Tony Gomes[9]; 6. 25V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[11]; 7. 35-Tyler Robbins[4]; 8. 0G-Glenn Styres[12]; 9. 76X-Tom Savage[7]; 10. 99K-Robert Carson[10]; 11. 2Y-Dave Axton[6]; 12. 7JR-JD Black[8]

Team Toyota Qualifiers: Top 16 in combined passing points advance to the A-Feature.

Toyota Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 4P-Kody Swanson[1]; 2. 45X-Roger Crockett[2]; 3. 54-Matt Westfall[3]; 4. 52-Blake Hahn[6]; 5. 19Z-Hayden Reinbold[5]; 6. 01C-Carson Sousa[7]; 7. 57-Daniel Whitley[4]; 8. 7J-Shawn Jackson[10]; 9. 16C-David Camfield Jr[9]; 10. (DNF) 56-Mitchell Davis[8]

Toyota Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 89X-Mitchel Moles[3]; 2. 1I-Ashton Torgerson[4]; 3. 25M-Jake Andreotti[5]; 4. 07W-Corey Day[8]; 5. 51R-Ricky Thornton Jr[9]; 6. 67K-Cade Lewis[7]; 7. 98C-Chad Boespflug[6]; 8. 2X-Landon Brooks[2]; 9. M1-Colby Stubblefield[1]; 10. (DNS) 57H-Steve Hix

Toyota Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 24-Rico Abreu[2]; 2. 25K-Taylor Reimer[3]; 3. 4B-Chelby Hinton[4]; 4. 17-Travis Berryhill[1]; 5. 55A-Jake Swanson[6]; 6. 68-Ronnie Gardner[7]; 7. 91X-Danny Wood[5]; 8. 56X-Mark Chisholm[9]; 9. 80A-Chris Schmelzle[8]; 10. 55C-Angelo Cornet[10]

Toyota Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 5T-Kevin Thomas Jr[2]; 2. 08G-Trey Gropp[1]; 3. 7X-Thomas Meseraull[4]; 4. 71M-Brent Crews[6]; 5. 80S-Kaden Honeycutt[7]; 6. 1G-Justin Peck[5]; 7. 06-Rylan Gray[9]; 8. 08K-Karsyn Elledge[3]; 9. 9P-Kevin Cook[10]; 10. 71L-Charlie Louden[8]

Dave.com B-Features: Top 4 advance to the A-Feature.

Dave.com B Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 07W-Corey Day[1]; 2. 17-Travis Berryhill[4]; 3. 68-Ronnie Gardner[6]; 4. 2X-Landon Brooks[8]; 5. 91X-Danny Wood[3]; 6. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[15]; 7. 01C-Carson Sousa[5]; 8. 80A-Chris Schmelzle[10]; 9. 08K-Karsyn Elledge[7]; 10. 31H-Carson Hocevar[11]; 11. 1G-Justin Peck[2]; 12. 7S-Parker Price Miller[13]; 13. 9P-Kevin Cook[9]; 14. 71L-Charlie Louden[12]; 15. (DNF) 3W-Brandon Waelti[14]; 16. (DNS) 57H-Steve Hix

Dave.com B Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 67K-Cade Lewis[5]; 2. 80S-Kaden Honeycutt[3]; 3. 51R-Ricky Thornton Jr[1]; 4. 57-Daniel Whitley[4]; 5. 22X-Steven Shebester[15]; 6. 16C-David Camfield Jr[9]; 7. 56-Mitchell Davis[11]; 8. 56X-Mark Chisholm[8]; 9. 06-Rylan Gray[6]; 10. 1-Sammy Swindell[13]; 11. 2B-Tanner Berryhill[14]; 12. 7J-Shawn Jackson[7]; 13. 11T-Tyler Baran[16]; 14. 98C-Chad Boespflug[2]; 15. 55C-Angelo Cornet[12]; 16. (DNS) M1-Colby Stubblefield

A-Feature: Top 2 advance to Saturday's A-Feature.

Smileys Racing Products A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 24-Rico Abreu[6]; 2. 89X-Mitchel Moles[1]; 3. 71M-Brent Crews[5]; 4. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 5. 5T-Kevin Thomas Jr[7]; 6. 51R-Ricky Thornton Jr[22]; 7. 25K-Taylor Reimer[8]; 8. 7X-Thomas Meseraull[10]; 9. 55A-Jake Swanson[13]; 10. 08G-Trey Gropp[16]; 11. 54-Matt Westfall[14]; 12. 57-Daniel Whitley[24]; 13. 4P-Kody Swanson[11]; 14. 80S-Kaden Honeycutt[20]; 15. 67K-Cade Lewis[18]; 16. 45X-Roger Crockett[12]; 17. 19Z-Hayden Reinbold[15]; 18. 2X-Landon Brooks[23]; 19. 4B-Chelby Hinton[9]; 20. 68-Ronnie Gardner[21]; 21. 25M-Jake Andreotti[3]; 22. (DNF) 07W-Corey Day[17]; 23. (DNF) 1I-Ashton Torgerson[2]; 24. (DNF) 17-Travis Berryhill[19]

Lap Leader(s): Mitchel Moles 1-29; Rico Abreu 30

Hard Charger: Ricky Thornton, Jr. +16

 

Oklahoma's Hank Davis Pulls Off The Upset On Warren CAT Qualifying Night!

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (January 10, 2023) A race of ups, downs, and every direction in between, Tuesday’s Warren CAT Qualifying Night came down to the wire with Oklahoma’s Hank Davis proving the underdog still has a shot at the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire by fending off Spencer Bayston for his first career preliminary night victory.

“I couldn’t have even dreamed of this day,” said Davis of the win. “I’m here, and I still can’t believe it, but Matt Seymour gave me an awesome racecar. I just can’t thank him and this team enough. I live 20 minutes from here, so my bed is not very far away, so I’m going to go home and cherish this for a long time.”

Taking his first green in a Chili Bowl preliminary A-Feature from the third starting spot, Davis and Michael Pickens began going at with Kameron Key in the mix early. Contact through a close slide job from Pickens, Davis hit the brakes to let the No. 4x go. Trying to keep Pickens from being able to turn under him, the pair made contact again in the fourth turn, with Pickens, unfortunately, going over.

On the incident, Davis said, “I feel really bad for getting into Pickens there. I checked up earlier for him in the race, but I still want to apologize to him, Dave Mac, and all their guys. I’m not here to destroy racecars, and that was never my intention.”

Back to green with Buddy Kofoid leading, the No. 71w was well in command until disaster struck on Lap 7. Not able to slow fast enough for a crash in the first turn, Kofoid shot a narrow gap between the car and the wall. Putting the right-side tires up the wall and rolling away, the gap was not enough to avoid a damaged front end.

Putting the lead in the hands of Hank Davis, the No. 29s would restart with Spence Bayston chasing. Having already charged through from the 12th starting spot, the battle heated up with 14 laps to go.

Back to speed after a caution for Jake Bubak, Bayston slid to the lead off the second turn but could not fend off the slide at the opposite end of the track. Repeating the sequence through the next two laps, the battle brought Kyle Jones and Jade Avedisian into the battle. Whild Davis held point, Bayston would fall to second on Lap 20.

Finally getting the position back with six laps to go, Spencer found himself trailing by a straightaway. Using small mistakes on the part of Davis to his advantage, Bayston was there at the white flag. Turning low into the final two turns, the momentum wasn’t there to complete the slide, with Davis getting the upset win by 0.290-seconds.

With the runner-up finish, Spencer Bayston locked into the show for the fifth time. Winning the fight for third, California’s Jade Avedisian became the highest-finishing woman in preliminary night competition. Kyle Jones ended up third from 14th, with Jonathan Beason rolling to fifth from 11th.

Kaylee Bryson matched her 2022 preliminary night performance with a sixth-place run, followed by Chance Crum from 19th. The hard charger of the event, Tim McCreadie, made up 13 positions to finish eighth, with Zach Daum in tow from 17th. In the mix early, Missouri’s Kameron Key slipped back to tenth.

Tuesday’s field included 68 of the scheduled 70 entries, bringing the week to 134 so far. The World Wide Technology Raceway Flip Count ballooned to 19, with everyone able to walk away.

The 2023 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, takes place January 9-14, 2023, atop the clay of the Tulsa Expo Raceway. The event is contested under the massive roof of the SageNet Center in Tulsa, Okla.

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.

Fans not able to attend the 37th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire will be able to watch every lap live on http://www.floracing.com.

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.

Results:

Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire

Tulsa Expo Raceway - Tulsa, Okla.

Tuesday, January 10, 2023

Warren CAT Qualifying Night

Car Count: 68

Event Count: 134

OERB Heat Races: Top 40 in passing points advance to Qualifiers.

OERB Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 71-Kaylee Bryson[1]; 2. 71W-Michael Kofoid[9]; 3. 71G-Damion Gardner[5]; 4. 44-Colton Hardy[7]; 5. 23-Patrick Ryan[6]; 6. 19K-Riley Kreisel[3]; 7. 75X-Alex Vande Voort[8]; 8. 46-Adam Andretti[4]; 9. (DNF) 11H-Jori Hughes[2]

OERB Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 15F-Kinzer Edwards[3]; 2. 5LK-Jordan Kinser[8]; 3. 39T-Tim McCreadie[5]; 4. 26-Chance Crum[7]; 5. 7C-Josh Bilicki[1]; 6. 51-Curtis Jones[4]; 7. 34C-Cameron Willhite[2]; 8. 21B-Trey Burke[6]; 9. 7TX-Anthony Pope[9]

OERB Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 1S-Spencer Bayston[3]; 2. 1K-Brayton Lynch[2]; 3. 71E-Mariah Ede[4]; 4. 4X-Michael Pickens[9]; 5. 21A-Austin Langenstein[5]; 6. 45S-Shon Deskins[6]; 7. 17L-Cody Trammell[8]; 8. 251-Johnny Brown Jr[7]; 9. 19X-Dylan Archer[1]

OERB Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 57W-Devon Borden[2]; 2. 29S-Hank Davis[5]; 3. 8R-Randi Pankratz[3]; 4. 22B-Troy Betts[1]; 5. 1Z-Justin Zimmerman[7]; 6. 31B-Kyle Beilman[4]; 7. 11N-Nick Baran[8]; 8. 6D-Isaac Chapple[9]; 9. 80-Jarrod Jennings[6]

OERB Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 55X-Alex Bowman[5]; 2. 84-Jade Avedisian[6]; 3. 3P-Darin Naida[4]; 4. 14X-KJ Snow[3]; 5. 4G-Drake Edwards[1]; 6. 23S-Steve Irwin[7]; 7. 96-Cody Brewer[8]; 8. 68S-Corby Scherb[2]

OERB Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 27B-Jake Bubak[1]; 2. 118-Scott Evans[4]; 3. 22G-John Murdie[3]; 4. 00G-Braedon Enos[8]; 5. 715-Robert Bell[2]; 6. 12H-Jared Hood[5]; 7. (DNF) 6K-Jesse Denome[7]; 8. (DNF) 14R-Brody Petrie[6]

OERB Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 88J-Jonathan Beason[7]; 2. 7B-Cody Beard[1]; 3. 23P-Preston Lattomus[4]; 4. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[5]; 5. 2ND-Jeb Sessums[8]; 6. 71H-Austin Ervine[2]; 7. 28M-Gray Leadbetter[3]; 8. 84S-Shaun Shapel[6]

OERB Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 19A-Daison Pursley[4]; 2. 21J-Kameron Key[5]; 3. 7U-Kyle Jones[8]; 4. 47-Zach Daum[6]; 5. 5V-AJ Bender[1]; 6. 37X-Blake Edwards[7]; 7. (DNF) 7E-Joseph Wray IV[3]; 8. (DNF) 22P-Marcus Kennedy[2]

C-Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding B-Feature.

C Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 19K-Riley Kreisel[6]; 2. 4G-Drake Edwards[1]; 3. 45S-Shon Deskins[2]; 4. 21B-Trey Burke[10]; 5. 28M-Gray Leadbetter[8]; 6. 51-Curtis Jones[5]; 7. 11H-Jori Hughes[13]; 8. 34C-Cameron Willhite[9]; 9. 75X-Alex Vande Voort[3]; 10. 7TX-Anthony Pope[12]; 11. 22P-Marcus Kennedy[11]; 12. (DNF) 6K-Jesse Denome[7]; 13. (DNF) 11N-Nick Baran[4]; 14. (DNS) 84S-Shaun Shapel

C Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 5V-AJ Bender[1]; 2. 17L-Cody Trammell[3]; 3. 71H-Austin Ervine[6]; 4. 96-Cody Brewer[4]; 5. 6D-Isaac Chapple[7]; 6. 251-Johnny Brown Jr[9]; 7. 14R-Brody Petrie[10]; 8. 80-Jarrod Jennings[13]; 9. 31B-Kyle Beilman[5]; 10. 7E-Joseph Wray IV[8]; 11. 68S-Corby Scherb[12]; 12. 19X-Dylan Archer[14]; 13. 46-Adam Andretti[11]; 14. (DNS) 12H-Jared Hood

Team Toyota Qualifiers: Top 16 in combined passing points advance to the A-Feature.

Toyota Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 4X-Michael Pickens[3]; 2. 19A-Daison Pursley[5]; 3. 1S-Spencer Bayston[4]; 4. 26-Chance Crum[1]; 5. 88J-Jonathan Beason[6]; 6. 3P-Darin Naida[7]; 7. 14X-KJ Snow[9]; 8. 8R-Randi Pankratz[8]; 9. 23S-Steve Irwin[10]; 10. (DNF) 00G-Braedon Enos[2]

Toyota Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 29S-Hank Davis[4]; 2. 71W-Michael Kofoid[6]; 3. 84-Jade Avedisian[5]; 4. 23P-Preston Lattomus[7]; 5. 71G-Damion Gardner[2]; 6. 118-Scott Evans[3]; 7. 37X-Blake Edwards[10]; 8. 23-Patrick Ryan[9]; 9. 22G-John Murdie[8]; 10. (DNF) 1K-Brayton Lynch[1]

Toyota Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 71-Kaylee Bryson[3]; 2. 21J-Kameron Key[4]; 3. 39T-Tim McCreadie[2]; 4. 7U-Kyle Jones[5]; 5. 5LK-Jordan Kinser[6]; 6. 47-Zach Daum[7]; 7. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[8]; 8. 22B-Troy Betts[9]; 9. 7B-Cody Beard[1]; 10. 715-Robert Bell[10]

Toyota Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 27B-Jake Bubak[3]; 2. 57W-Devon Borden[4]; 3. 55X-Alex Bowman[6]; 4. 1Z-Justin Zimmerman[8]; 5. 71E-Mariah Ede[1]; 6. 15F-Kinzer Edwards[5]; 7. 44-Colton Hardy[2]; 8. 7C-Josh Bilicki[10]; 9. 21A-Austin Langenstein[9]; 10. (DNF) 2ND-Jeb Sessums[7]

Dave.com B-Features: Top 4 advance to the A-Feature.

Dave.com B Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 47-Zach Daum[4]; 2. 26-Chance Crum[2]; 3. 39T-Tim McCreadie[1]; 4. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[5]; 5. 19K-Riley Kreisel[13]; 6. 8R-Randi Pankratz[7]; 7. 45S-Shon Deskins[15]; 8. 21B-Trey Burke[16]; 9. 118-Scott Evans[3]; 10. 23S-Steve Irwin[11]; 11. 22B-Troy Betts[8]; 12. (DNF) 44-Colton Hardy[6]; 13. (DNF) 4G-Drake Edwards[14]; 14. (DNF) 21A-Austin Langenstein[12]; 15. (DNF) 7B-Cody Beard[10]; 16. (DNF) 7C-Josh Bilicki[9]

Dave.com B Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 3P-Darin Naida[3]; 2. 71G-Damion Gardner[2]; 3. 5V-AJ Bender[13]; 4. 71E-Mariah Ede[4]; 5. 17L-Cody Trammell[14]; 6. 2ND-Jeb Sessums[10]; 7. 1K-Brayton Lynch[11]; 8. 715-Robert Bell[12]; 9. 23-Patrick Ryan[7]; 10. 96-Cody Brewer[16]; 11. 14X-KJ Snow[5]; 12. 37X-Blake Edwards[6]; 13. 00G-Braedon Enos[9]; 14. 15F-Kinzer Edwards[1]; 15. 71H-Austin Ervine[15]; 16. (DNF) 22G-John Murdie[8]

A-Feature: Top 2 advance to Saturday's A-Feature.

Warren CAT A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 29S-Hank Davis[3]; 2. 1S-Spencer Bayston[12]; 3. 84-Jade Avedisian[9]; 4. 7U-Kyle Jones[14]; 5. 88J-Jonathan Beason[11]; 6. 71-Kaylee Bryson[7]; 7. 26-Chance Crum[19]; 8. 39T-Tim McCreadie[21]; 9. 47-Zach Daum[17]; 10. 21J-Kameron Key[6]; 11. 5LK-Jordan Kinser[13]; 12. 19A-Daison Pursley[2]; 13. 27B-Jake Bubak[8]; 14. 1Z-Justin Zimmerman[16]; 15. 71E-Mariah Ede[24]; 16. 23P-Preston Lattomus[15]; 17. 5V-AJ Bender[22]; 18. (DNF) 7W-Brendon Wiseley[23]; 19. (DNF) 71G-Damion Gardner[20]; 20. (DNF) 71W-Michael Kofoid[1]; 21. (DNF) 4X-Michael Pickens[5]; 22. (DNF) 57W-Devon Borden[10]; 23. (DNF) 55X-Alex Bowman[4]; 24. (DNF) 3P-Darin Naida[18]

Lap Leader(s): Daison Pursley 1; Buddy Kofoid 2-7; Hank Davis 8-30

Hard Charger: Tim McCreadie +13

 

 

Spencer Bayston Wins A Thriller In The O’Reilly Auto Parts Race Of Champions

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (January 9, 2023) A nail-biter of a race during Monday’s Cummins Qualifying Night, the annual tradition of the O’Reilly Auto Parts Race of Champions brought the crowd to their feet with Spencer Bayston adding his name to the list of winners in the events fifteenth edition.

Battling early with Rico Abreu, the pair went slide for slide for several laps, with Rico holding off the No. 1s until Lap 12. Getting space over the field, the closing laps would welcome a new challenger. Charging the hub of the Tulsa Expo Raceway, Bixby’s Cannon McIntosh closed the gap to car lengths as the pair raced to the final three laps. Just needing a chance to pounce, the final trip to the back stretch saw Bayston waiting on the car off the cushion of the second turn.

Giving Cannon a run into the final two turns, it would not be enough as Cannon slid off the bottom enough to let Bayston win the drag race to the line. Rico Abreu crossed third with Logan Seavey, who raced as high as third on Lap 10, ended up settling for fourth, while Tanner Thorson completed the top five. Chase Briscoe, Buddy Kofoid, Blake Hahn, Justin Grant, and Kody Swanson made up the top ten.

The 2023 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, takes place January 9-14, 2023, atop the clay of the Tulsa Expo Raceway. The event is contested under the massive roof of the SageNet Center in Tulsa, Okla.

Tuesday Reserved Seats are on sale by calling (918) 838-3777. 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.

Fans not able to attend the 37th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire will be able to watch every lap live on http://www.floracing.com.

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.

Results:

37th Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals
Tulsa Expo Raceway (Tulsa, Okla.)
Monday, January 9, 2023
15th annual Race of Champions

O’Reilly Auto Parts Race of Champions Qualifying

Qualifying: 1. 71W-Michael Kofoid, 11.349[4]; 2. 39-Logan Seavey, 11.375[18]; 3. 08-Cannon McIntosh, 11.438[7]; 4. 1S-Spencer Bayston, 11.482[8]; 5. 88-Tanner Thorson, 11.494[16]; 6. 4X-Michael Pickens, 11.552[13]; 7. 2J-Justin Grant, 11.604[9]; 8. 24-Rico Abreu, 11.635[3]; 9. 5-Chase Briscoe, 11.674[11]; 10. 52-Blake Hahn, 11.801[10]; 11. 98-Tanner Carrick, 11.824[15]; 12. 55X-Alex Bowman, 11.830[19]; 13. 71G-Damion Gardner, 11.841[6]; 14. 4P-Kody Swanson, 11.848[5]; 15. 97-Brenham Crouch, 11.857[17]; 16. 7M-Shane Cockrum, 11.953[1]; 17. 1-Sammy Swindell, 12.089[12]; 18. 39T-Tim McCreadie, 12.150[2]; 19. 47-Zach Daum, 12.189[14]

O'Reilly Auto Parts Race of Champions

Race of Champions (20 Laps): 1. 1S-Spencer Bayston[5]; 2. 08-Cannon McIntosh[6]; 3. 24-Rico Abreu[1]; 4. 39-Logan Seavey[7]; 5. 88-Tanner Thorson[4]; 6. 5-Chase Briscoe[9]; 7. 71W-Michael Kofoid[8]; 8. 52-Blake Hahn[10]; 9. 2J-Justin Grant[2]; 10. 4P-Kody Swanson[14]; 11. 4X-Michael Pickens[3]; 12. 55X-Alex Bowman[12]; 13. 39T-Tim McCreadie[18]; 14. 98-Tanner Carrick[11]; 15. 47-Zach Daum[19]; 16. 97-Brenham Crouch[15]; 17. 7M-Shane Cockrum[16]; 18. 1-Sammy Swindell[17]; 19. (DNF) 71G-Damion Gardner[13]

O’Reilly Auto Parts Race of Champions Winners: Spencer Bayston (2023) 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)

 

 

Cannon McIntosh Holds On For Cummins Qualifying Night Victory!

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (January 9, 2023) Fending off the field is one thing, but doing so with a failing right rear tire made Cannon McIntosh’s win during Monday’s Cummins Qualifying Night even sweeter at the 37th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire.

“That yellow coming out, I didn’t know if it was a good or bad thing, not knowing how many laps were left, but I had zero confidence going into the restart. I could hear the right rear just rolling over in the corner, and I could feel it every caution lap we rolled, but thankfully there were only three to go,” explained McIntosh of the situation.

“I knew these guys would be coming pretty quick there, and obviously, the top got pretty quick, so I was just worried when I moved back down that they were going to get a run, but I think the right rear going down didn’t hurt me more than just how good the top was going to be at the end."

Cannon’s third preliminary night win in five years, all of which have been on Monday, the Gear Wrench No. 08 led from start to finish but was not without pressure as Chris Windom spent the race stalking McIntosh.

Keeping the NOS Energy Drink No. 89 at bay through the start, Cannon had to fend off Chris through restarts on Lap 4 and Lap 7, all while Windom was under attack from Ryan Timms. Getting clear of the No. 67 on the restart, Shane Golobic began working his way into the picture.

Varying lines at both ends of the Tulsa Expo Raceway until Lap 20, when traffic came into play, that forced Cannon to move to the cushion while occasionally dipping down to the hub when the path cleared. Letting Windom begin closing an over two-second gap that would go to nothing when the caution waved on Lap 28.

Changing his tactics on the restart, Windom tried to slingshot the first two turns but would not get the pass. Nursing the car through the final green flag run, Cannon still managed to take the win with a 0.454-second advantage over the race for second, which saw Shane Golobic steal the transfer into Saturday’s A-Feature by 0.099-seconds. Chris Windom, third, was followed by Trey Marcham. Moving up from 12th, Chase Briscoe made it to fifth.

Gavan Boschele, from 11th, was followed by Ryan Timms with Kyle Spence in tow. Jacob Denny from 20th rolled to ninth, with tenth going to Daniel Adler, who charged through the field from 22nd.

Monday’s field included 66 of a scheduled 68 entries and included the O’Reilly Auto Parts Invitational Race of Champions. A nail-biter of a race, the annual tradition of the O’Reilly Auto Parts Race of Champions brought the crowd to their feet, with Spencer Bayston adding his name to the list of winners in the event's fifteenth edition.

Battling early with Rico Abreu, the pair went slide for slide for several laps, with Rico holding off the No. 1s until Lap 12. Getting space over the field, the closing laps would welcome a new challenger. Charging the hub of the Tulsa Expo Raceway, Bixby’s Cannon McIntosh closed the gap to car lengths as the pair raced to the final three laps. Just needing a chance to pounce, the final trip to the back stretch saw Bayston waiting on the car off the cushion of the second turn.

Giving Cannon a run into the final two turns, it would not be enough as Cannon slid off the bottom enough to let Bayston win the drag race to the line. Rico Abreu crossed third with Logan Seavey, who raced as high as third on Lap 10, ended up settling for fourth, while Tanner Thorson completed the top five. Chase Briscoe, Buddy Kofoid, Blake Hahn, Justin Grant, and Kody Swanson made up the top ten.

The World Wide Technology Raceway Flip Count made it to six with everyone able to walk away.

The 2023 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, takes place January 9-14, 2023, atop the clay of the Tulsa Expo Raceway. The event is contested under the massive roof of the SageNet Center in Tulsa, Okla.

Tuesday Reserved Seats are on sale by calling (918) 838-3777. 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.

Fans not able to attend the 37th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire will be able to watch every lap live on http://www.floracing.com.

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.

Results:

Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire
Tulsa Expo Raceway - Tulsa, Okla.
Monday, January 9, 2023
Cummins Qualifying Night

Car Count: 66

OERB Heat Races: Top 40 in passing points advance to Qualifiers.

OERB Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 08-Cannon McIntosh[4]; 2. 32T-Trey Marcham[6]; 3. 41X-Howard Moore[7]; 4. 2W-Tony Bruce Jr[8]; 5. 4K-Kayla Roell[1]; 6. 17M-Jeremy Schnepper[9]; 7. (DNF) 7K-Kolton Gariss[3]; 8. (DNF) 15G-Dennie Gieber[2]; 9. (DNF) 8L-Colin Deming[5]

OERB Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 8-Alex Sewell[3]; 2. 97K-Tom Harris[5]; 3. 5F-Danny Frye III[1]; 4. 91K-Kevin Bayer[8]; 5. 50T-Keoni Texeira[2]; 6. P1-Paul White[7]; 7. 45K-Kyler Johnson[6]; 8. 80H-Joshua Hanna[9]; 9. 9-Xavier Doney[4]

OERB Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 85-Jerry Coons Jr[1]; 2. 5-Chase Briscoe[3]; 3. 50-Daniel Adler[4]; 4. 03-Ayrton Gennetten[6]; 5. 28K-Kory Schudy[8]; 6. 45J-Jerry Brey[2]; 7. 36K-Kris Carroll[5]; 8. 7R-Casey Burkham[7]

OERB Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 67-Ryan Timms[1]; 2. 5G-Gavan Boschele[5]; 3. 16W-Garet Williamson[7]; 4. 8X-Broc Elliott[6]; 5. 21E-Emilio Hoover[8]; 6. 28Q-Sean Quinn[4]; 7. 12X-Steven Snawder[2]; 8. (DNF) 18K-Billy Rayburn[3]

OERB Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 81-Tanner Holmes[1]; 2. 89-Chris Windom[6]; 3. 40S-Steven Snyder Jr[5]; 4. 9B-Brian Schwabauer[2]; 5. 18N-Weston Gorham[3]; 6. 36C-Ian Creager[7]; 7. 76-Michael Smith[8]; 8. 7F-Roy Entze II[4]

OERB Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 25-Jacob Denney[2]; 2. 73B-Tyler Edwards[7]; 3. 0H-Cap Henry[8]; 4. 6-Bill Rose[4]; 5. 47K-Kevin Brewer[5]; 6. 15K-Gage Rucker[1]; 7. 3V-Jim Vanzant[6]; 8. (DNS) 42K-Kevin Battefeld

OERB Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 17W-Shane Golobic[1]; 2. 67X-Kyle Spence[3]; 3. 2H-Nick Hoffman[4]; 4. 18L-Logan Scherb[2]; 5. 69P-Joey Paxson[8]; 6. 40U-Jace Sparks[7]; 7. 8D-Colby Deming[6]; 8. B1-Aaron Sanders[5]

OERB Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 32-Gary Taylor[1]; 2. 22-Sean McClelland[2]; 3. 7T-TJ Smith[3]; 4. 86C-David Camfield Sr[6]; 5. 31X-Jeff Champagne[4]; 6. 44C-Blake Carrier[5]; 7. 116-Claud Estes III[7]; 8. 51C-Logan Calderwood[8]

C-Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding B-Feature.

C Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 18N-Weston Gorham[1]; 2. 28Q-Sean Quinn[4]; 3. 9-Xavier Doney[11]; 4. 8D-Colby Deming[5]; 5. 45K-Kyler Johnson[6]; 6. 116-Claud Estes III[3]; 7. 51C-Logan Calderwood[7]; 8. 7F-Roy Entze II[9]; 9. 15G-Dennie Gieber[12]; 10. (DNF) 7R-Casey Burkham[10]; 11. (DNF) 50T-Keoni Texeira[2]; 12. (DNF) 36K-Kris Carroll[8]; 13. (DNS) 44C-Blake Carrier

C Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 47K-Kevin Brewer[1]; 2. 3V-Jim Vanzant[6]; 3. 7K-Kolton Gariss[8]; 4. 76-Michael Smith[3]; 5. 12X-Steven Snawder[9]; 6. B1-Aaron Sanders[10]; 7. 45J-Jerry Brey[4]; 8. 8L-Colin Deming[12]; 9. 4K-Kayla Roell[2]; 10. (DNF) 15K-Gage Rucker[5]; 11. (DNF) 80H-Joshua Hanna[7]; 12. (DNF) 18K-Billy Rayburn[11]; 13. (DNS) 42K-Kevin Battefeld

Team Toyota Qualifiers: Top 16 in combined passing points advance to the A-Feature.

Team Toyota Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 67-Ryan Timms[3]; 2. 40S-Steven Snyder Jr[1]; 3. 08-Cannon McIntosh[6]; 4. 97K-Tom Harris[5]; 5. 2W-Tony Bruce Jr[2]; 6. 16W-Garet Williamson[4]; 7. 31X-Jeff Champagne[10]; 8. 03-Ayrton Gennetten[7]; 9. 21E-Emilio Hoover[8]; 10. 17M-Jeremy Schnepper[9]

Team Toyota Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 22-Sean McClelland[1]; 2. 81-Tanner Holmes[3]; 3. 32T-Trey Marcham[6]; 4. 5G-Gavan Boschele[5]; 5. 91K-Kevin Bayer[2]; 6. 0H-Cap Henry[4]; 7. 69P-Joey Paxson[8]; 8. P1-Paul White[10]; 9. 6-Bill Rose[9]; 10. 8X-Broc Elliott[7]

Team Toyota Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 17W-Shane Golobic[3]; 2. 5-Chase Briscoe[2]; 3. 89-Chris Windom[6]; 4. 7T-TJ Smith[8]; 5. 73B-Tyler Edwards[5]; 6. 25-Jacob Denney[4]; 7. 50-Daniel Adler[1]; 8. 86C-David Camfield Sr[7]; 9. 36C-Ian Creager[10]; 10. 9B-Brian Schwabauer[9]

Team Toyota Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 67X-Kyle Spence[2]; 2. 85-Jerry Coons Jr[4]; 3. 2H-Nick Hoffman[1]; 4. 32-Gary Taylor[3]; 5. 28K-Kory Schudy[7]; 6. 8-Alex Sewell[6]; 7. 41X-Howard Moore[5]; 8. 18L-Logan Scherb[9]; 9. 5F-Danny Frye III[8]; 10. 40U-Jace Sparks[10]

Dave.com B-Features: Top 4 advance to the A-Feature.

Davecom B Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 8-Alex Sewell[1]; 2. 0H-Cap Henry[3]; 3. 03-Ayrton Gennetten[7]; 4. 41X-Howard Moore[5]; 5. 2W-Tony Bruce Jr[4]; 6. 31X-Jeff Champagne[6]; 7. 18L-Logan Scherb[8]; 8. 28Q-Sean Quinn[14]; 9. 21E-Emilio Hoover[9]; 10. 8D-Colby Deming[16]; 11. 28K-Kory Schudy[2]; 12. 9-Xavier Doney[15]; 13. 9B-Brian Schwabauer[12]; 14. 6-Bill Rose[10]; 15. 18N-Weston Gorham[13]; 16. 36C-Ian Creager[11]

Davecom B Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 2H-Nick Hoffman[1]; 2. 25-Jacob Denney[3]; 3. 50-Daniel Adler[6]; 4. 69P-Joey Paxson[5]; 5. P1-Paul White[8]; 6. 16W-Garet Williamson[2]; 7. 8X-Broc Elliott[10]; 8. 91K-Kevin Bayer[4]; 9. 86C-David Camfield Sr[7]; 10. 40U-Jace Sparks[12]; 11. 5F-Danny Frye III[9]; 12. 76-Michael Smith[16]; 13. 47K-Kevin Brewer[13]; 14. 3V-Jim Vanzant[14]; 15. 17M-Jeremy Schnepper[11]; 16. (DNF) 7K-Kolton Gariss[15]

O'Reilly Auto Parts Race of Champions Qualifying

O’Reilly Auto Parts Race of Champions Qualifying: 1. 71W-Michael Kofoid, 11.349[4]; 2. 39-Logan Seavey, 11.375[18]; 3. 08-Cannon McIntosh, 11.438[7]; 4. 1S-Spencer Bayston, 11.482[8]; 5. 88-Tanner Thorson, 11.494[16]; 6. 4X-Michael Pickens, 11.552[13]; 7. 2J-Justin Grant, 11.604[9]; 8. 24-Rico Abreu, 11.635[3]; 9. 5-Chase Briscoe, 11.674[11]; 10. 52-Blake Hahn, 11.801[10]; 11. 98-Tanner Carrick, 11.824[15]; 12. 55X-Alex Bowman, 11.830[19]; 13. 71G-Damion Gardner, 11.841[6]; 14. 4P-Kody Swanson, 11.848[5]; 15. 97-Brenham Crouch, 11.857[17]; 16. 7M-Shane Cockrum, 11.953[1]; 17. 1-Sammy Swindell, 12.089[12]; 18. 39T-Tim McCreadie, 12.150[2]; 19. 47-Zach Daum, 12.189[14]

O'Reilly Auto Parts Race of Champions

O'Reilly Race of Champions (20 Laps): 1. 1S-Spencer Bayston[5]; 2. 08-Cannon McIntosh[6]; 3. 24-Rico Abreu[1]; 4. 39-Logan Seavey[7]; 5. 88-Tanner Thorson[4]; 6. 5-Chase Briscoe[9]; 7. 71W-Michael Kofoid[8]; 8. 52-Blake Hahn[10]; 9. 2J-Justin Grant[2]; 10. 4P-Kody Swanson[14]; 11. 4X-Michael Pickens[3]; 12. 55X-Alex Bowman[12]; 13. 39T-Tim McCreadie[18]; 14. 98-Tanner Carrick[11]; 15. 47-Zach Daum[19]; 16. 97-Brenham Crouch[15]; 17. 7M-Shane Cockrum[16]; 18. 1-Sammy Swindell[17]; 19. (DNF) 71G-Damion Gardner[13]

A-Feature: Top 2 advance to Saturday's A-Feature.

Cummins A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 08-Cannon McIntosh[1]; 2. 17W-Shane Golobic[5]; 3. 89-Chris Windom[3]; 4. 32T-Trey Marcham[2]; 5. 5-Chase Briscoe[12]; 6. 5G-Gavan Boschele[11]; 7. 67-Ryan Timms[4]; 8. 67X-Kyle Spence[6]; 9. 25-Jacob Denney[20]; 10. 50-Daniel Adler[22]; 11. 40S-Steven Snyder Jr[13]; 12. 73B-Tyler Edwards[15]; 13. 81-Tanner Holmes[8]; 14. 03-Ayrton Gennetten[21]; 15. 41X-Howard Moore[23]; 16. 2H-Nick Hoffman[18]; 17. 8-Alex Sewell[17]; 18. 0H-Cap Henry[19]; 19. 97K-Tom Harris[10]; 20. 69P-Joey Paxson[24]; 21. 22-Sean McClelland[9]; 22. (DNF) 85-Jerry Coons Jr[7]; 23. (DNF) 7T-TJ Smith[14]; 24. (DNF) 32-Gary Taylor[16]

Lap Leader(s): Cannon McIntosh 1-30
Hard Charger: Daniel Adler +12

 

 

Monday’s O’Reilly Auto Parts Invitational Race Of Champions Roster Announced

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (January 6, 2023) The list of drivers invited to compete in the 15th annual O’Reilly Auto Parts Invitational Race of Champions has been set, with drivers from all walks of life invited to join in the annual exhibition of talent.

Combining Chili Bowl winners, both Saturday and Prelim, as well as past Race of Champions winners, series champions, and drivers invited by the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, the number of drivers slated to compete currently numbers nineteen.

"This is a neat part of the Chili Bowl, where we can showcase champions and drivers across the sport in a race that some, otherwise, would not have the chance to go head-to-head. It's become something that teams and fans look forward to," said Event Director Matt Ward.

Taking place during Monday’s Cummins Qualifying Night, and the list of invites is as follows.

2023 O’Reilly Auto Parts Invitational Race Of Champions Roster:

• Tanner Thorson – 2022 Chili Bowl Champion

• Justin Grant – 2022 Race of Champions Winner / USAC Sprint Car Champion

• Tanner Carrick – 2022 Prelim Night Winner

• Rico Abreu – 2022 Prelim Night Winner / 2015-2016 Chili Bowl Champion

• Buddy Kofoid – 2022 USAC Midget Champion

• Chad Boat – 2018 Race of Champions Winner

• Blake Hahn – 2022 Lucas Oil ASCS Champion

• Brenham Crouch – 2022 POWRi Midget Champion

• Zach Daum – 2022 Xtreme Outlaw Midget Champion

• Spencer Bayston – 2018 Saturday Podium Finish

• Cannon McIntosh – 2020 Saturday Podium Finish

• Kody Swanson – 2022 USAC Silver Crown Champion

• Logan Seavey – Invite, Owner Champion - Kevin Swindell

• Sammy Swindell – The GOAT In This Building

• Tim McCreadie – 2006 Chili Bowl Champion, 2022 Lucas Oil Late Model Champion

• Damion Gardner – 2008 Chili Bowl Champion

• Michael Pickens – International Champion, Invited by the Chili Bowl

• Chase Briscoe – Invited by the Chili Bowl

• Alex Bowman – Invited by the Chili Bowl

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 Race of Champions 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, Xtreme Outlaw Midgets will be invited to compete.

• Champions and Drivers 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 O’Reilly Auto Parts Invitational Race Of Champions 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.

• O’Reilly Auto Parts Invitational Race Of Champions Feature will be 25 Laps.

Subject to change without notice, the list of nights will be updated as soon as possible at https://www.chilibowl.com/entries/manual.aspx. The new website layout has a dropdown menu that you will need to click to access the nightly breakdowns.

Entry for the 2023 event is still being accepted and can be taken by phone at (918) 838-3777, by fax to (918) 836-5517, and via email at chilibowlentries@gmail.com. The entry form can be downloaded at https://www.chilibowl.com/downloads/get.aspx?i=72453.

If entering by phone, the Chili Bowl office is open Monday-Friday, 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. (CT). Each entry must include a W9 to indicate who will receive payment. Entries that do not have a completed W9 on file will not be added to a qualifying night.

Changed just prior to the 2022 event, competitors under the age of 16 will be allowed to enter. All entries received by drivers under 16 years of age will go before an advisory committee. Only after being approved by the committee will a driver under 16 years of age be allowed to compete. A copy of a Birth Certificate will still be required to confirm the driver’s age.

The 2023 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, takes place January 9-14, 2023, 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. 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 Sunday, January 8, 2023, starting at 9:00 A.M. Groups will run through twice. Grandstands on Sunday are free to the general public. Weekdays open at 9:00 A.M. with cars on track at 4:00 P.M. for Hot Laps. Saturday opens at 8:00 A.M. with cars on track at 9:00 A.M. (CT). A complete rundown of times can be found at https://www.chilibowl.com/about.

Fans not able to attend the 37th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire will be able to watch every lap live on http://www.floracing.com.

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

Daily Times and Prices:

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 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 $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

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)

O’Reilly Auto Parts Race of 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.

 

 

Jake Hagopian Makes In Three Career Tulsa Shootout Wins In A-Class

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (December 31, 2022) Going back-to-back in A-Class at the Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout, the win during the 38th edition of the “Mecca of Micros” officially makes California’s Jake Hagopian a three-time Golden Driller winner.

The 2019, 2022, and now 2023 champion of A-Class earned the pole in Saturday’s A-Feature and led the distance. Finding traffic quickly, Jake was able to steer the No. 14q through the back markers quickly while Ricky Thornton, Jr. chased.

Moving lines around the race’s mid-point, Thornton brought the distance down several times, only to have traffic hand the car lengths back. Cautions during the second half of the feature, the final two saw Ricky Thornton, Jr. and Emerson Axsom both shoot to the cushion while Jake continued to hustle the bottom. Never breaking stride, Hagopian used the final three laps to pull a 0.982-second advantage.

Thornton held off the challenge of Axsom and Buckwalter on both restarts to capture second. Axsom grabbed third, with Tim Buckwalter fourth. Cody Christensen completed the top five. Michael Faccinto crossed sixth, followed by Kyle Spence with an impressive run from 15th. Kris Carroll, Kaylee Esgar, and Daniel Robinson from 21st made up the top ten.

The stock division saw 375 drivers officially draw in for the 2023 event.

The 39th annual Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout takes place December 26-31, 2023, atop the Tulsa Expo Raceway, located inside the SageNet Center at Expo Square in Tulsa, Okla. Details on the event will be posted as the dates near.

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:

Tulsa Expo Raceway (Tulsa, Okla.)

38th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout

Saturday, December 31, 2022

A-Class

Top 112 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 8 Qualifying Races

Race 80 (8 Laps): 1. 138-Karson Battarbee[2]; 2. 99D-Bryant Dawson[1]; 3. 38-Riley Osantowski[4]; 4. 319-Haidyn Hansen[6]; 5. 94L-Gage Laney[9]; 6. 1F-Jason Friesen[8]; 7. 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[7]; 8. 20K-Skyler Keeney[5]; 9. 24G-Greyson Springer[3]; 10. (DNS) 17H-Henry Chambers

Race 81 (8 Laps): 1. 39-Russ Disinger[2]; 2. 41-Logan Rumsey[4]; 3. 7X-Kaden Smith[5]; 4. 11H-Nicholas Harris[1]; 5. 75M-Buddy Mullens[7]; 6. 1H-Jett Nunley[6]; 7. 94-Hayden Wise[8]; 8. 24R-Ryder Wells[10]; 9. 00S-TJ Stark[3]; 10. 51-Joshua Huish[9]

Race 82 (8 Laps): 1. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[1]; 2. 66B-Broedy Graham[3]; 3. 2B-Garrett Benson[6]; 4. 35G-Gaige Weldon[8]; 5. 10G-Scout Spraggins[5]; 6. 49A-Aiden Price[7]; 7. 7A-Aaron Jesina[4]; 8. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[10]; 9. 37X-Xander Dundon[2]; 10. 99-Brett Osborn[9]

Race 83 (8 Laps): 1. 49X-Ace Moore[3]; 2. 4H-Harley Hollan[6]; 3. 15N-Neal Allison[2]; 4. 27E-Ethan Wicker[10]; 5. 83W-Shane Weeks[8]; 6. 19J-Justin Robison[1]; 7. 3D-Trent Dixon[9]; 8. 7F-Nolan Bartley[4]; 9. 5B-Cade Bierman[5]; 10. 59X-Richie Harvey[7]

Race 84 (8 Laps): 1. 11G-Avery Goodman[4]; 2. 24C-Cale Lagroon[2]; 3. 95A-Eli Adams[1]; 4. 4B-Brandt Twitty[9]; 5. 8B-Dustin Bottoms[6]; 6. 23X-Rhea Lynn Moss[5]; 7. 18W-Wyatt Bruce[3]; 8. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[8]; 9. (DNF) 21H-Levi Hinck[7]; 10. (DNS) U2-Ryan Cotney

Race 85 (8 Laps): 1. 4C-Cole McDaniel[1]; 2. 4X-Teagen Moles[5]; 3. C71-Carter Jensrud[4]; 4. 10S-Shane Stewart[10]; 5. 87-Reed Whitney[7]; 6. 12M-Shawn Marquez Jr[3]; 7. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[9]; 8. 25J-Delaney Jost[8]; 9. 18G-Leonard Scheumack[2]; 10. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[6]

Race 86 (8 Laps): 1. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[4]; 2. 99K-Seth Stenzel[2]; 3. 23-Alec Quiggle[6]; 4. 80-Cody Caldwell[1]; 5. 02-Ashton Torgerson[7]; 6. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[10]; 7. 18T-Lexa Turner[8]; 8. 114-Sawyer Kiner[5]; 9. 22T-Thomas Byford[3]; 10. 9A-Luke Lane[9]

Race 87 (8 Laps): 1. 10A-Emerson Axsom[7]; 2. 13L-Jack Lobin[3]; 3. 1V-Johnny Boland[9]; 4. 67-JJ Loss[8]; 5. 76-Maverick Elkins[10]; 6. 22X-Riley Goodno[5]; 7. 1T-Taylor Whitefield[2]; 8. 671-Waylon Phillips[6]; 9. 31B-Braxton Weger[1]; 10. 71A-Anthony Rea[4]

Race 88 (8 Laps): 1. 21X-Carson Bolden[1]; 2. 26K-Kale Drake[3]; 3. 72-Alex Karpowicz[4]; 4. 77K-Kyle Fernandez[5]; 5. 43-Parker Perry[10]; 6. 12U-tyler davenport[6]; 7. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[2]; 8. 4S-Spencer Hill[9]; 9. 31-Chad Lobb[7]; 10. (DNF) 30X-John Crowder[8]

Race 89 (8 Laps): 1. 23M-Garrett Massey[1]; 2. 24A-KJ Snow[4]; 3. 20G-Noah Gass[2]; 4. 1C-Connor Lee[6]; 5. 66J-Holden Jennings[3]; 6. 12R-Trey Robb[10]; 7. 14C-Connor Gross[9]; 8. 61C-Chris Parmley[5]; 9. 28C-Carson Brown[8]; 10. (DNF) 9C-Cade Cowles[7]

Race 90 (8 Laps): 1. 71-Tim Buckwalter[3]; 2. 89-Jace Park[9]; 3. 14-Blake Battles[2]; 4. 5G-Landon Graham[1]; 5. 29K-Levi Kuntz[6]; 6. 9B-Casey Bauman[10]; 7. 99M-Mason Seubert[8]; 8. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[4]; 9. 5T-Tommy Velasquez III[7]; 10. 40G-Jason Gariss[5]

Race 91 (8 Laps): 1. 21A-Kainan Baker[1]; 2. 51G-Grant Schaadt[2]; 3. 21B-Justin Bates[3]; 4. 39H-Colton Hardy[8]; 5. 56-Michael Hubert[4]; 6. 17C-Christian Galicia[5]; 7. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[9]; 8. A51-Jason Trosper[7]; 9. 7S-Kanon Posey[10]; 10. 97M-Scotty Milan[6]

Race 92 (8 Laps): 1. 01J-Mitchel Moles[1]; 2. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[2]; 3. 91-Ryan Mueller[3]; 4. 44K-Cory Kelley[5]; 5. 61-Kenny Koelsch[7]; 6. 3E-Drake Edwards[8]; 7. 78C-Chance Cody[4]; 8. 11A-Jaden Alexander[6]; 9. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[9]; 10. 44-Anthony Sunde[10]

Race 93 (8 Laps): 1. 59M-Brody Mclaughlin[2]; 2. 15-Jase Randolph[3]; 3. 62-Rachel Zabawa[4]; 4. 2A-Austin Wood[7]; 5. 297-Dillon Berglan[8]; 6. 14D-Tylen Trammel[9]; 7. 7C-Phillip Cordova[6]; 8. (DNF) 5A-Ava Gropp[1]; 9. (DNF) 111-Mark Reynolds[5]; 10. (DQ) 29-Blake Scott[10]

Race 94 (8 Laps): 1. 30-Jacob Barton[1]; 2. 94C-Craig Ronk[2]; 3. 5R-Chase Rodgers[3]; 4. 58-Carl Lebo[7]; 5. 55X-Lucas Mauldin[6]; 6. 9M-Keith McIntyre Jr[9]; 7. 71J-Jaxton Wiggs[10]; 8. 97-Damian Norbury[4]; 9. 69U-Robert Burnett[5]; 10. (DNF) 77-Preston Norbury[8]

Race 95 (8 Laps): 1. 8P-Caleb Pence[1]; 2. 53X-Daniel Robinson[5]; 3. 24S-Colby Sokol[2]; 4. 15J-Joe Bob Lee[4]; 5. 73B-Braden Chiaramonte[6]; 6. 126-Autumn Criste[3]; 7. 82-Robert Randolph[9]; 8. 22H-Hank Soares[7]; 9. 33L-Laike Imm[8]; 10. 10R-Ray Brewer[10]

Race 96 (8 Laps): 1. 11K-Shawn Mahaffey[1]; 2. 86-Zach Wigal[7]; 3. 54X-Maverick Myrick[8]; 4. 14A-Pat Kelly[3]; 5. 11C-Darren Brown[6]; 6. 75-Mal Mullens[2]; 7. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[4]; 8. 08S-Stefan Sidur[9]; 9. 1B-Brian Bennett[5]; 10. (DNF) 27Q-Kaden Weger[10]

Race 97 (8 Laps): 1. 20Q-Brecken Reese[3]; 2. 5E-Bobby Chapa[1]; 3. 26M-Gavin Miller[6]; 4. 151-Joe B Miller[8]; 5. 74-Robby Brockman[4]; 6. 08C-Cannon McIntosh[5]; 7. 5N-Reece Shelton[7]; 8. 27-Jace Alvarez[9]; 9. 18-Aidan Leingang[2]; 10. 79-Bryson Turner[10]

Race 98 (8 Laps): 1. 21$-Cash Lovenburg[1]; 2. 19E-Edward Hartley III[2]; 3. 101-Brock Berreth[4]; 4. 00T-Cole Tinsley[5]; 5. 5-Bradley Huish[8]; 6. 5X-Axton Romero[6]; 7. 54K-Kinser Endicott[10]; 8. 81-Dekota Gay[3]; 9. 9-Bryce Comer[9]; 10. 3B-Caleb Burge[7]

Race 99 (8 Laps): 1. 14R-Jake Nail[4]; 2. 6B-Blake Parmley[1]; 3. 13-Elijah Gile[5]; 4. 7P-Dylan Ramey[3]; 5. 16F-Matthew Francis[8]; 6. 74T-Tommy Thompson[6]; 7. 45D-Seth Duty[9]; 8. (DNF) 54-Trey Gropp[7]; 9. (DNF) 13C-William Conner[2]; 10. (DNS) 29C-Connor Borah

Race 100 (8 Laps): 1. 83X-Jett Hays[3]; 2. 20H-John Hull[1]; 3. 3J-Cale Coons[7]; 4. 22-Curtis Jones[5]; 5. 29X-Mason Daugherty[4]; 6. 43T-Jack Thomas[9]; 7. 23L-Tyler LaPointe[10]; 8. 97B-Donnie Burrows[2]; 9. 9K-Kieran Casillas[6]; 10. 53-Graham Hamilton[8]

Race 101 (8 Laps): 1. 21J-Kameron Key[2]; 2. 6W-Colin White[4]; 3. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[3]; 4. 29S-Shawn Bloomquist[7]; 5. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[8]; 6. 42A-Ashley Afdahl[1]; 7. 727-Shawn McKinney[6]; 8. 75T-Tyler Johnson[9]; 9. (DNF) 12G-Gage Robb[5]; 10. (DNS) 19S-Sam Johnson

Race 102 (8 Laps): 1. 2X-Jadyn Friesen[3]; 2. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[5]; 3. 22Z-Jaxon Bishop[8]; 4. 13Z-Chris Counter[9]; 5. 16-Darrius Myers[7]; 6. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[6]; 7. 21-Bruce Comer[1]; 8. (DNF) 22M-Sammy McNabb[10]; 9. (DNF) 72D-Derrick Black[2]; 10. (DNF) 33-Cruz Dickerson[4]

Race 103 (8 Laps): 1. 19-Tomas Partington[1]; 2. 48K-Darin Naida[4]; 3. 71K-Daison Pursley[5]; 4. 9T-Christopher Townsend[3]; 5. 17J-Jacob Johnston[6]; 6. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[10]; 7. 95-Paige Moss[9]; 8. 33X-Evan Harvey[8]; 9. 14K-Landon Muehlberger[2]; 10. 81G-Giancarlo Ramessar[7]

Race 104 (8 Laps): 1. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[3]; 2. 88X-Cody Christensen[8]; 3. 08-Peter Smith[1]; 4. 13T-Caiden Mitchell[5]; 5. 16S-Seth Shebester[9]; 6. 02C-Cale McGee[2]; 7. 85J-Logan Julien[7]; 8. 11D-Dominic White[6]; 9. 70-Dwight Green[4]; 10. (DNF) 15H-Jace Hale[10]

Race 105 (8 Laps): 1. 24-JW Henderson[2]; 2. 28H-Chelby Hinton[5]; 3. 83-Brant Woods[1]; 4. 3-Cole Schroeder[7]; 5. 2-Travis Sullivan[3]; 6. 73-Jason McDougal[8]; 7. 82S-Austin Sanders[10]; 8. 122-Lane Warner[9]; 9. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[6]; 10. 16B-Brady Amos[4]

Race 106 (8 Laps): 1. 49-Cameron La Rose[1]; 2. 52J-Conner Long[2]; 3. 10X-Bradyn Warren[3]; 4. 10T-Taylor Morgan[5]; 5. 2E-Eric Botelho[10]; 6. 69-Devin Crawley[7]; 7. 55T-McKenna Haase[6]; 8. 24P-Ryker Pace[9]; 9. 27W-Shawn Wicker[8]; 10. 28S-Daniel Smith[4]

Race 107 (8 Laps): 1. 11L-Laydon Pearson[1]; 2. 51X-Dalton Parreira[4]; 3. 24F-Connor Wolf[3]; 4. 3T-Trevor McIntire[9]; 5. 08J-Jace McIntosh[7]; 6. 12C-Chase Spicola[6]; 7. 18D-Devon Debrick[2]; 8. 11-Harrison Robards[5]; 9. 6X-Mark Martin[8]; 10. (DNS) 18F-Steve Finn

Race 108 (8 Laps): 1. 88W-Eric Wright[1]; 2. 51K-Caleb Martin[3]; 3. 77R-Robbie Smith[8]; 4. 15S-TJ Smith[6]; 5. 17S-Baron Silva[2]; 6. 96-Jayson Campbell[7]; 7. 14T-Tyler Walton[5]; 8. 15M-Collin Mitchell[9]; 9. 23B-Beckham Malone[4]; 10. 9D-Degan Lelsz[10]

Race 109 (8 Laps): 1. 66C-Carsen Perkins[1]; 2. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[2]; 3. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[4]; 4. 97L-Connor Lundy[3]; 5. 88J-Joey Amantea[8]; 6. 5S-Gunnar Setser[9]; 7. 12B-Brandon Boggs[7]; 8. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[5]; 9. 98-James Roselli[6]; 10. 7G-Ollie Geiger[10]

Race 110 (8 Laps): 1. 4Y-Jett Yantis[1]; 2. 10K-Koda Oller[2]; 3. 3R-Hunter Rhoades[3]; 4. 10-Patrick Lundy[4]; 5. 55C-Trevor Cline[9]; 6. 17F-Santino Ferrucci[8]; 7. 77E-Cole Esgar[6]; 8. 66-Jayden Clay[10]; 9. 49S-Mike Snelling[7]; 10. 14H-Harley Whatley[5]

Race 111 (8 Laps): 1. 57-Kyle Chady[1]; 2. 21P-Case Piper[3]; 3. 45M-Megan Thomas[4]; 4. 5K-Gavan Boschele[7]; 5. 36T-Jake Neuman[6]; 6. 88-Austin Torgerson[8]; 7. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[10]; 8. 8S-Landyn Snider[2]; 9. 21K-Keegan Osantowski[9]; 10. 14M-Mike Austin[5]

Race 112 (8 Laps): 1. 15C-Brody Brown[1]; 2. 3Z-Trey Zorn[4]; 3. 93C-Matt Carr[5]; 4. 87C-Brenham Crouch[2]; 5. 29L-Jackson Lauderbaugh[3]; 6. 14B-Ethan Burdett[9]; 7. 05-Joshua Spatola[6]; 8. 57T-Kyle Thompson[10]; 9. 570-Prestyn Brown[7]; 10. 3S-Will Scribner[8]

Race 113 (8 Laps): 1. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[1]; 2. 2K-Kooper Kelly[2]; 3. 73X-Wyatt Miller[8]; 4. 55B-Jett Barnes[6]; 5. 49Z-Zak Moore[9]; 6. 787-Brody Wake[3]; 7. 36S-Darren Stewart[5]; 8. 26C-Chase McDermand[4]; 9. 21G-Garth Kasiner[7]

Race 114 (8 Laps): 1. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[4]; 2. 24T-Glenn James Bratti[1]; 3. 20-Kyle Spence[8]; 4. 36B-Cole Bodine[3]; 5. 57L-Jacob Lucas[5]; 6. 10P-Brian Potter[6]; 7. 23C-Josh Castro[9]; 8. 26P-Preston Lattomus[2]; 9. 99X-Trey Gibbs[7]

Race 115 (8 Laps): 1. 36K-Kris Carroll[8]; 2. 14F-Bobby Wofford Jr[1]; 3. 4N-Ryan Winter[4]; 4. 91K-Kevin Bayer[6]; 5. 68-Landon Ellis[9]; 6. 6C-Trevor Casey[3]; 7. 191-Bash Ferguson[2]; 8. 29D-Dylan Menditto[7]; 9. 45-Bradley Cox[5]

Race 116 (8 Laps): 1. 7J-Michael Faccinto[2]; 2. 52H-Hayden Mabe[1]; 3. 88R-Ryder Laplante[5]; 4. 1-Kortland Stephens[3]; 5. 17A-Austin Barnhill[7]; 6. 36R-Kevin Reed[8]; 7. 38S-Tim Snelling[6]; 8. 84S-Sean Cleavland[9]; 9. 6T-Robert Tidaback[4]

Race 117 (8 Laps): 1. 18K-Brayden Kongdara[4]; 2. 81X-Frank Flud[6]; 3. 8J-Jonathan Beason[3]; 4. 10B-Braden Pfeiffer[9]; 5. 110-Karter Battarbee[2]; 6. 21C-Carter Holt[7]; 7. 8-Coleten Agee[8]; 8. 97T-Matt Taylor[1]; 9. 7-Quinn Thurein[5]

E-Features (Top 2 to corresponding D-Feature)

Race 214 - E1 (8 Laps): 1. 5T-Tommy Velasquez III[2]; 2. 7-Quinn Thurein[4]; 3. 97M-Scotty Milan[8]; 4. 70-Dwight Green[5]; 5. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[3]; 6. 77-Preston Norbury[9]; 7. 33L-Laike Imm[1]; 8. 22T-Thomas Byford[6]; 9. 72D-Derrick Black[7]

Race 215 - E2 (8 Laps): 1. 98-James Roselli[3]; 2. 27W-Shawn Wicker[1]; 3. 23B-Beckham Malone[5]; 4. 18F-Steve Finn[7]; 5. 49S-Mike Snelling[2]; 6. 30X-John Crowder[6]; 7. 44-Anthony Sunde[4]; 8. (DNS) 14K-Landon Muehlberger; 9. (DNS) 40G-Jason Gariss

Race 216 - E3 (8 Laps): 1. 570-Prestyn Brown[1]; 2. 59X-Richie Harvey[6]; 3. 14H-Harley Whatley[7]; 4. 10R-Ray Brewer[3]; 5. 53-Graham Hamilton[5]; 6. 5B-Cade Bierman[2]; 7. 6T-Robert Tidaback[4]; 8. (DNS) 6X-Mark Martin; 9. (DNS) 17H-Henry Chambers

Race 217 - E4 (8 Laps): 1. 21G-Garth Kasiner[2]; 2. 97B-Donnie Burrows[1]; 3. 111-Mark Reynolds[3]; 4. (DNF) 3S-Will Scribner[5]; 5. (DNF) 27Q-Kaden Weger[4]; 6. (DNS) 51-Joshua Huish; 7. (DNS) 9C-Cade Cowles; 8. (DNS) 14M-Mike Austin; 9. (DNS) U2-Ryan Cotney

Race 218 - E5 (8 Laps): 1. 99-Brett Osborn[5]; 2. 8S-Landyn Snider[1]; 3. 3B-Caleb Burge[7]; 4. 29C-Connor Borah[9]; 5. 99X-Trey Gibbs[2]; 6. 79-Bryson Turner[4]; 7. 37X-Xander Dundon[6]; 8. 71A-Anthony Rea[8]; 9. 69U-Robert Burnett[3]

Race 219 - E6 (8 Laps): 1. 26P-Preston Lattomus[1]; 2. 5A-Ava Gropp[2]; 3. 33-Cruz Dickerson[6]; 4. 15H-Jace Hale[3]; 5. 18G-Leonard Scheumack[4]; 6. 81G-Giancarlo Ramessar[5]; 7. (DNS) 1B-Brian Bennett; 8. (DNS) 9A-Luke Lane; 9. (DNS) 19S-Sam Johnson

Race 220 - E7 (8 Laps): 1. 21H-Levi Hinck[1]; 2. 18-Aidan Leingang[3]; 3. 16B-Brady Amos[5]; 4. 31B-Braxton Weger[4]; 5. 9D-Degan Lelsz[2]; 6. (DNS) 97T-Matt Taylor; 7. (DNS) 12G-Gage Robb; 8. (DNS) 24G-Greyson Springer

Race 221 - E8 (8 Laps): 1. 9K-Kieran Casillas[2]; 2. 45-Bradley Cox[3]; 3. 13C-William Conner[6]; 4. 31-Chad Lobb[1]; 5. 00S-TJ Stark[5]; 6. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[7]; 7. 28S-Daniel Smith[8]; 8. 7G-Ollie Geiger[4]

D-Features (Top 2 to corresponding C-Feature)

Race 222 - D1 (10 Laps): 1. 66J-Holden Jennings[1]; 2. 122-Lane Warner[8]; 3. 12C-Chase Spicola[3]; 4. 99M-Mason Seubert[4]; 5. 95-Paige Moss[2]; 6. 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[6]; 7. 55T-McKenna Haase[7]; 8. 5T-Tommy Velasquez III[13]; 9. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[9]; 10. 66-Jayden Clay[5]; 11. 7-Quinn Thurein[14]; 12. 191-Bash Ferguson[10]; 13. 11D-Dominic White[11]; 14. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[12]

Race 223 - D2 (10 Laps): 1. 2-Travis Sullivan[1]; 2. 77E-Cole Esgar[3]; 3. 23C-Josh Castro[2]; 4. 24P-Ryker Pace[4]; 5. 18W-Wyatt Bruce[5]; 6. 98-James Roselli[9]; 7. 27W-Shawn Wicker[10]; 8. A51-Jason Trosper[6]; 9. 20K-Skyler Keeney[7]; 10. 97-Damian Norbury[8]; 11. (DNS) 10P-Brian Potter; 12. (DNS) 71J-Jaxton Wiggs; 13. (DNS) 57T-Kyle Thompson; 14. (DNS) 5N-Reece Shelton

Race 224 - D3 (10 Laps): 1. 15M-Collin Mitchell[8]; 2. 17S-Baron Silva[2]; 3. 23X-Rhea Lynn Moss[3]; 4. 29L-Jackson Lauderbaugh[1]; 5. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[9]; 6. 05-Joshua Spatola[7]; 7. 12M-Shawn Marquez Jr[5]; 8. 570-Prestyn Brown[13]; 9. 85J-Logan Julien[6]; 10. 22H-Hank Soares[10]; 11. 114-Sawyer Kiner[11]; 12. 45D-Seth Duty[4]; 13. 59X-Richie Harvey[12]; 14. (DNS) 26C-Chase McDermand

Race 225 - D4 (10 Laps): 1. 22X-Riley Goodno[2]; 2. 12B-Brandon Boggs[5]; 3. 38S-Tim Snelling[6]; 4. 21G-Garth Kasiner[10]; 5. 3D-Trent Dixon[1]; 6. 97B-Donnie Burrows[11]; 7. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[9]; 8. 126-Autumn Criste[4]; 9. 8-Coleten Agee[3]; 10. 84S-Sean Cleavland[7]; 11. 25J-Delaney Jost[8]; 12. (DNS) 110-Karter Battarbee; 13. (DNS) 54-Trey Gropp; 14. (DNS) 61C-Chris Parmley

Race 226 - D5 (10 Laps): 1. 17C-Christian Galicia[1]; 2. 8S-Landyn Snider[12]; 3. 4S-Spencer Hill[5]; 4. 9-Bryce Comer[10]; 5. 33X-Evan Harvey[7]; 6. 1H-Jett Nunley[2]; 7. 11-Harrison Robards[9]; 8. 787-Brody Wake[3]; 9. 19J-Justin Robison[6]; 10. 29D-Dylan Menditto[8]; 11. 74T-Tommy Thompson[4]; 12. 99-Brett Osborn[11]; 13. (DNS) 14T-Tyler Walton; 14. (DNS) 21T-Tommy Kunsman

Race 227 - D6 (10 Laps): 1. 08C-Cannon McIntosh[3]; 2. 12U-Tyler Davenport[2]; 3. 08S-Stefan Sidur[7]; 4. 24R-Ryder Wells[4]; 5. 36S-Darren Stewart[8]; 6. 6C-Trevor Casey[5]; 7. 14C-Connor Gross[1]; 8. 7S-Kanon Posey[10]; 9. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[11]; 10. 1T-Taylor Whitefield[9]; 11. 26P-Preston Lattomus[13]; 12. 5A-Ava Gropp[14]; 13. 42A-Ashley Afdahl[6]; 14. 21K-Keegan Osantowski[12]

Race 228 - D7 (10 Laps): 1. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[1]; 2. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[4]; 3. 5X-Axton Romero[2]; 4. 7C-Phillip Cordova[6]; 5. 94-Hayden Wise[3]; 6. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[9]; 7. 75-Mal Mullens[5]; 8. 7A-Aaron Jesina[8]; 9. 18-Aidan Leingang[14]; 10. 81-Dekota Gay[12]; 11. 21H-Levi Hinck[13]; 12. 7F-Nolan Bartley[11]; 13. 27-Jace Alvarez[7]; 14. 21-Bruce Comer[10]

Race 229 - D8 (10 Laps): 1. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[2]; 2. 82-Robert Randolph[1]; 3. 22M-Sammy McNabb[4]; 4. 18T-Lexa Turner[3]; 5. 671-Waylon Phillips[11]; 6. 75T-Tyler Johnson[7]; 7. 28C-Carson Brown[12]; 8. 727-Shawn McKinney[6]; 9. 02C-Cale McGee[5]; 10. 78C-Chance Cody[8]; 11. 18D-Devon Debrick[9]; 12. 45-Bradley Cox[14]; 13. 9K-Kieran Casillas[13]; 14. 11A-Jaden Alexander[10]

C-Features (Top 2 to corresponding B-Feature)

Race 230 - C1 (10 Laps): 1. 319-Haidyn Hansen[2]; 2. 38-Riley Osantowski[1]; 3. 1-Kortland Stephens[9]; 4. 297-Dillon Berglan[3]; 5. 61-Kenny Koelsch[7]; 6. 14B-Ethan Burdett[8]; 7. 13T-Caiden Mitchell[6]; 8. 57L-Jacob Lucas[12]; 9. 122-Lane Warner[14]; 10. 36T-Jake Neuman[10]; 11. 11H-Nicholas Harris[11]; 12. 15N-Neal Allison[5]; 13. 66J-Holden Jennings[13]; 14. 10X-Bradyn Warren[4]

Race 231 - C2 (10 Laps): 1. 67-JJ Loss[2]; 2. 20G-Noah Gass[3]; 3. C71-Carter Jensrud[1]; 4. 16-Darrius Myers[5]; 5. 87C-Brenham Crouch[8]; 6. 10T-Taylor Morgan[4]; 7. 77E-Cole Esgar[12]; 8. 2-Travis Sullivan[11]; 9. 56-Michael Hubert[10]; 10. 80-Cody Caldwell[9]; 11. 8B-Dustin Bottoms[7]; 12. 15J-Joe Bob Lee[6]; 13. (DNS) 5-Bradley Huish; 14. (DNS) 24F-Connor Wolf

Race 232 - C3 (10 Laps): 1. 72-Alex Karpowicz[1]; 2. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[3]; 3. 1C-Connor Lee[2]; 4. 95A-Eli Adams[6]; 5. 3R-Hunter Rhoades[4]; 6. 17S-Baron Silva[12]; 7. 15M-Collin Mitchell[13]; 8. 14-Blake Battles[5]; 9. 29K-Levi Kuntz[9]; 10. 08J-Jace McIntosh[7]; 11. 5G-Landon Graham[11]; 12. 10-Patrick Lundy[8]; 13. 74-Robby Brockman[10]; 14. (DNS) 1F-Jason Friesen

Race 233 - C4 (10 Laps): 1. 15S-TJ Smith[2]; 2. 3E-Drake Edwards[8]; 3. 22X-Riley Goodno[11]; 4. 62-Rachel Zabawa[1]; 5. 24S-Colby Sokol[3]; 6. 14A-Pat Kelly[6]; 7. 55X-Lucas Mauldin[7]; 8. 17A-Austin Barnhill[5]; 9. 12B-Brandon Boggs[12]; 10. 54K-Kinser Endicott[9]; 11. 29X-Mason Daugherty[10]; 12. 08-Peter Smith[4]; 13. (DNS) 8J-Jonathan Beason; 14. (DNS) 88J-Joey Amantea

Race 234 - C5 (10 Laps): 1. 55B-Jett Barnes[2]; 2. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[4]; 3. 83-Brant Woods[6]; 4. 21B-Justin Bates[3]; 5. 14D-Tylen Trammel[7]; 6. 8S-Landyn Snider[11]; 7. 7P-Dylan Ramey[8]; 8. 77K-Kyle Fernandez[5]; 9. (DNF) 17C-Christian Galicia[10]; 10. (DNF) 101-Brock Berreth[1]; 11. (DNS) 73B-Braden Chiaramonte; 12. (DNS) 73-Jason McDougal; 13. (DNS) 49A-Aiden Price

Race 235 - C6 (10 Laps): 1. 91K-Kevin Bayer[2]; 2. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[1]; 3. 91-Ryan Mueller[3]; 4. 75M-Buddy Mullens[4]; 5. 08C-Cannon McIntosh[11]; 6. 9T-Christopher Townsend[6]; 7. 9M-Keith McIntyre Jr[7]; 8. 44K-Cory Kelley[5]; 9. 17F-Santino Ferrucci[8]; 10. 11C-Darren Brown[9]; 11. 12U-Tyler Davenport[12]; 12. 69-Devin Crawley[10]; 13. (DNS) 12R-Trey Robb; 14. (DNS) 82S-Austin Sanders

Race 236 - C7 (10 Laps): 1. 45M-Megan Thomas[1]; 2. 00T-Cole Tinsley[5]; 3. 97L-Connor Lundy[8]; 4. 87-Reed Whitney[6]; 5. 88-Austin Torgerson[10]; 6. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[14]; 7. 43T-Jack Thomas[7]; 8. 96-Jayson Campbell[12]; 9. 16F-Matthew Francis[9]; 10. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[11]; 11. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[13]; 12. 5R-Chase Rodgers[3]; 13. 83W-Shane Weeks[2]; 14. 9B-Casey Bauman[4]

Race 237 - C8 (10 Laps): 1. 76-Maverick Elkins[2]; 2. 4N-Ryan Winter[1]; 3. 02-Ashton Torgerson[6]; 4. 22-Curtis Jones[5]; 5. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[3]; 6. 17J-Jacob Johnston[9]; 7. 5S-Gunnar Setser[7]; 8. 36B-Cole Bodine[8]; 9. 21C-Carter Holt[12]; 10. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[11]; 11. 82-Robert Randolph[13]; 12. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[4]; 13. (DNF) 36R-Kevin Reed[10]; 14. (DNS) 10G-Scout Spraggins

Qualifiers (Top 16 in combined passing points from Heats & Qualifiers advance to Saturday night's A Main)

Race 300 - Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 10S-Shane Stewart[1]; 2. 20-Kyle Spence[2]; 3. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[3]; 4. 36K-Kris Carroll[4]; 5. 23-Alec Quiggle[7]; 6. 66C-Carsen Perkins[9]; 7. 3-Cole Schroeder[12]; 8. 66B-Broedy Graham[10]; 9. 59M-Brody Mclaughlin[5]; 10. 7X-Kaden Smith[11]; 11. 10B-Braden Pfeiffer[6]; 12. 68-Landon Ellis[14]; 13. 52J-Conner Long[13]; 14. 30-Jacob Barton[8]

Race 301 - Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 4X-Teagen Moles[1]; 2. 10A-Emerson Axsom[4]; 3. 26M-Gavin Miller[7]; 4. 49X-Ace Moore[2]; 5. 4Y-Jett Yantis[9]; 6. 14R-Jake Nail[5]; 7. 18K-Brayden Kongdara[3]; 8. 13-Elijah Gile[11]; 9. 41-Logan Rumsey[6]; 10. 5K-Gavan Boschele[12]; 11. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[13]; 12. 13L-Jack Lobin[10]; 13. 99D-Bryant Dawson[14]; 14. 8P-Caleb Pence[8]

Race 302 - Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 71-Tim Buckwalter[2]; 2. 53X-Daniel Robinson[1]; 3. 21J-Kameron Key[5]; 4. 89-Jace Park[4]; 5. 71K-Daison Pursley[9]; 6. 24A-KJ Snow[6]; 7. 4H-Harley Hollan[3]; 8. 26K-Kale Drake[10]; 9. 57-Kyle Chady[7]; 10. 5E-Bobby Chapa[13]; 11. 10K-Koda Oller[11]; 12. 24C-Cale Lagroon[12]; 13. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[8]; 14. (DNS) 11K-Shawn Mahaffey

Race 303 - Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[1]; 2. 88X-Cody Christensen[4]; 3. 81X-Frank Flud[3]; 4. 24-JW Henderson[5]; 5. 21$-Cash Lovenburg[8]; 6. 15-Jase Randolph[10]; 7. 20Q-Brecken Reese[2]; 8. 93C-Matt Carr[11]; 9. 6W-Colin White[6]; 10. 15C-Brody Brown[9]; 11. 6B-Blake Parmley[14]; 12. 2K-Kooper Kelly[13]; 13. 4C-Cole McDaniel[7]; 14. 99K-Seth Stenzel[12]

Race 304 - Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 83X-Jett Hays[2]; 2. 7J-Michael Faccinto[5]; 3. 86-Zach Wigal[4]; 4. 21X-Carson Bolden[7]; 5. 48K-Darin Naida[6]; 6. 51K-Caleb Martin[10]; 7. 88R-Ryder Laplante[11]; 8. 51G-Grant Schaadt[12]; 9. 94L-Gage Laney[13]; 10. 19-Tomas Partington[8]; 11. 20H-John Hull[14]; 12. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[9]; 13. 28H-Chelby Hinton[1]; 14. 54X-Maverick Myrick[3]

Race 305 - Qualifier 6 (10 Laps): 1. 3J-Cale Coons[1]; 2. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[12]; 3. 2X-Jadyn Friesen[2]; 4. 22Z-Jaxon Bishop[3]; 5. 4B-Brandt Twitty[5]; 6. 49-Cameron La Rose[8]; 7. 16S-Seth Shebester[13]; 8. 23M-Garrett Massey[7]; 9. 1V-Johnny Boland[4]; 10. 35G-Gaige Weldon[9]; 11. 21P-Case Piper[10]; 12. 2A-Austin Wood[11]; 13. 24T-Glenn James Bratti[14]; 14. 51X-Dalton Parreira[6]

Race 306 - Qualifier 7 (10 Laps): 1. 11G-Avery Goodman[4]; 2. 138-Karson Battarbee[1]; 3. 77R-Robbie Smith[3]; 4. 39H-Colton Hardy[9]; 5. 11L-Laydon Pearson[8]; 6. 55C-Trevor Cline[13]; 7. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[2]; 8. 94C-Craig Ronk[12]; 9. 21A-Kainan Baker[7]; 10. 3Z-Trey Zorn[6]; 11. 43-Parker Perry[10]; 12. 58-Carl Lebo[11]; 13. 13Z-Chris Counter[5]; 14. 14F-Bobby Wofford Jr[14]

Race 307 - Qualifier 8 (10 Laps): 1. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[4]; 2. 39-Russ Disinger[1]; 3. 73X-Wyatt Miller[3]; 4. 2B-Garrett Benson[6]; 5. 151-Joe B Miller[9]; 6. 3T-Trevor McIntire[5]; 7. 01J-Mitchel Moles[7]; 8. 2E-Eric Botelho[10]; 9. 27E-Ethan Wicker[2]; 10. 88W-Eric Wright[8]; 11. 29S-Shawn Bloomquist[11]; 12. 19E-Edward Hartley III[12]; 13. 49Z-Zak Moore[13]; 14. (DNS) 52H-Hayden Mabe

B-Features (Top 2 advance to the LCQ)

Race 324 - B1 (12 Laps): 1. 20-Kyle Spence[1]; 2. 2B-Garrett Benson[3]; 3. 14R-Jake Nail[5]; 4. 51K-Caleb Martin[4]; 5. 54X-Maverick Myrick[12]; 6. 3Z-Trey Zorn[9]; 7. 21A-Kainan Baker[8]; 8. 73X-Wyatt Miller[2]; 9. 29S-Shawn Bloomquist[10]; 10. 38-Riley Osantowski[14]; 11. 319-Haidyn Hansen[13]; 12. 23M-Garrett Massey[7]; 13. (DNF) 99D-Bryant Dawson[11]; 14. (DNF) 93C-Matt Carr[6]

Race 325 - B2 (12 Laps): 1. 39H-Colton Hardy[1]; 2. 24A-KJ Snow[5]; 3. 20Q-Brecken Reese[6]; 4. 138-Karson Battarbee[2]; 5. 26K-Kale Drake[7]; 6. 66C-Carsen Perkins[4]; 7. 24T-Glenn James Bratti[9]; 8. 67-JJ Loss[11]; 9. 2K-Kooper Kelly[10]; 10. 5E-Bobby Chapa[8]; 11. 14F-Bobby Wofford Jr[12]; 12. (DNF) 20G-Noah Gass[13]; 13. (DNF) 24-JW Henderson[3]; 14. (DNS) 88W-Eric Wright

Race 326 - B3 (12 Laps): 1. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[1]; 2. 39-Russ Disinger[2]; 3. 48K-Darin Naida[4]; 4. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[7]; 5. 3T-Trevor McIntire[3]; 6. 7X-Kaden Smith[8]; 7. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[6]; 8. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[12]; 9. 72-Alex Karpowicz[11]; 10. 52J-Conner Long[9]; 11. 57-Kyle Chady[5]; 12. (DNF) 11B-Kaylee Bryson[10]; 13. (DNS) 22Z-Jaxon Bishop; 14. (DNS) 52H-Hayden Mabe

Race 327 - B4 (12 Laps): 1. 21J-Kameron Key[1]; 2. 15S-TJ Smith[13]; 3. 59M-Brody Mclaughlin[7]; 4. 18K-Brayden Kongdara[5]; 5. 66B-Broedy Graham[6]; 6. 3E-Drake Edwards[12]; 7. 21$-Cash Lovenburg[3]; 8. 13L-Jack Lobin[10]; 9. 2X-Jadyn Friesen[2]; 10. 6B-Blake Parmley[8]; 11. (DNF) 13Z-Chris Counter[11]; 12. (DNF) 16S-Seth Shebester[4]; 13. (DNF) 10K-Koda Oller[9]; 14. (DNS) 30-Jacob Barton

Race 328 - B5 (12 Laps): 1. 53X-Daniel Robinson[1]; 2. 41-Logan Rumsey[7]; 3. 01J-Mitchel Moles[6]; 4. 11L-Laydon Pearson[3]; 5. 55B-Jett Barnes[13]; 6. 21X-Carson Bolden[2]; 7. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[14]; 8. 8P-Caleb Pence[12]; 9. 49Z-Zak Moore[11]; 10. 20H-John Hull[8]; 11. 19E-Edward Hartley III[10]; 12. 3-Cole Schroeder[4]; 13. 4H-Harley Hollan[5]; 14. 10B-Braden Pfeiffer[9]

Race 329 - B6 (12 Laps): 1. 4Y-Jett Yantis[2]; 2. 2E-Eric Botelho[6]; 3. 51G-Grant Schaadt[5]; 4. 2A-Austin Wood[10]; 5. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[9]; 6. 91K-Kevin Bayer[11]; 7. 21P-Case Piper[7]; 8. 4B-Brandt Twitty[4]; 9. 49X-Ace Moore[3]; 10. (DNF) 81X-Frank Flud[1]; 11. (DNF) 15C-Brody Brown[8]; 12. (DNF) 38T-Jackson Kounkel[12]; 13. (DNS) 11K-Shawn Mahaffey; 14. (DNS) 6W-Colin White

Race 330 - B7 (12 Laps): 1. 71K-Daison Pursley[1]; 2. 23-Alec Quiggle[3]; 3. 94C-Craig Ronk[5]; 4. 55C-Trevor Cline[2]; 5. 94L-Gage Laney[6]; 6. 49-Cameron La Rose[4]; 7. 51X-Dalton Parreira[12]; 8. 27E-Ethan Wicker[7]; 9. 45M-Megan Thomas[11]; 10. 58-Carl Lebo[10]; 11. 35G-Gaige Weldon[8]; 12. 4C-Cole McDaniel[9]; 13. (DNF) 00T-Cole Tinsley[13]; 14. (DNS) 43-Parker Perry

Race 331 - B8 (12 Laps): 1. 77R-Robbie Smith[1]; 2. 151-Joe B Miller[2]; 3. 15-Jase Randolph[3]; 4. 1V-Johnny Boland[6]; 5. 68-Landon Ellis[7]; 6. 13-Elijah Gile[5]; 7. 28H-Chelby Hinton[9]; 8. 24C-Cale Lagroon[10]; 9. 19-Tomas Partington[8]; 10. 4N-Ryan Winter[12]; 11. (DNF) 88R-Ryder Laplante[4]; 12. (DNF) 76-Maverick Elkins[11]; 13. (DNS) 5K-Gavan Boschele; 14. (DNS) 99K-Seth Stenzel

LCQ (Top 8 advance to the A-Feature)

Race 351 - LCQ (12 Laps): 1. 20-Kyle Spence[1]; 2. 39H-Colton Hardy[2]; 3. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[3]; 4. 71K-Daison Pursley[6]; 5. 21J-Kameron Key[4]; 6. 77R-Robbie Smith[7]; 7. 53X-Daniel Robinson[5]; 8. 39-Russ Disinger[9]; 9. 151-Joe B Miller[10]; 10. 4Y-Jett Yantis[8]; 11. 2B-Garrett Benson[11]; 12. 24A-KJ Snow[13]; 13. 2E-Eric Botelho[14]; 14. 23-Alec Quiggle[12]; 15. 15S-TJ Smith[15]; 16. (DNS) 41-Logan Rumsey

A-Feature

Race 357 - A Main (30 Laps): 1. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[1]; 2. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[4]; 3. 10A-Emerson Axsom[2]; 4. 71-Tim Buckwalter[6]; 5. 88X-Cody Christensen[5]; 6. 7J-Michael Faccinto[7]; 7. 20-Kyle Spence[15]; 8. 36K-Kris Carroll[8]; 9. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[11]; 10. 53X-Daniel Robinson[21]; 11. 86-Zach Wigal[9]; 12. 71K-Daison Pursley[20]; 13. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[17]; 14. 39-Russ Disinger[23]; 15. 4X-Teagen Moles[12]; 16. 11G-Avery Goodman[3]; 17. 89-Jace Park[13]; 18. 21J-Kameron Key[19]; 19. 3J-Cale Coons[16]; 20. 26M-Gavin Miller[14]; 21. 10S-Shane Stewart[10]; 22. 39H-Colton Hardy[18]; 23. (DNF) 77R-Robbie Smith[22]; 24. (DNS) 83X-Jett Hays

 

 

California’s TJ Smith Finally A Shootout Winner In Outlaw Non-Wing

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Oka. (December 31, 2022) After years of trying, Saturday night was the night for TJ Smith, who finally landed his first Golden Driller in Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout competition with a dominating performance in Outlaw Non-Wing action.

Chasing Oklahoma’s Jason McDougal the first five revolutions, the door swung open for Smith to take the lead on Lap 6 when Jason slid off the bottom, exiting the second turn. In traffic by Lap 9, the slower cars did little to shake Smith’s pace.

Staying low on a late-race restart, Smith was able to protect the lead and win by 1.078-seconds.

Looking to have a runner-up performance in hand, Kyle Spence had other plans as the R7 jumped to the top through the final two turns and snagged second at the line from McDougal. Fourth went to Jaxon Bishop, with Shawn Mahaffey in fifth.

Emerson Axsom, Ashton Torgerson, Frank Flud, Anton Hernandez, and Colin White made up the top ten.

The field of Outlaw Non-Wing competitors numbered 398 and was the second largest class of the Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout.

The 39th annual Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout takes place December 26-31, 2023, atop the Tulsa Expo Raceway, located inside the SageNet Center at Expo Square in Tulsa, Okla. Details on the event will be posted as the dates near.

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:

Tulsa Expo Raceway (Tulsa, Okla.)

38th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout

Saturday, December 31, 2022

Outlaw Non-Wing

Top 112 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 8 Qualifying Races

Race 25 (8 Laps): 1. 23C-Josh Castro[3]; 2. 14J-Eric Jennings[4]; 3. 80N-Shawn Jones[9]; 4. 13-Elijah Gile[8]; 5. 7P-Dylan Ramey[6]; 6. 66J-Holden Jennings[5]; 7. 58-Carl Lebo[1]; 8. 48T-Tanner Holm[2]; 9. (DNF) 8X-Josh Marcham[7]; 10. (DNS) U2-Ryan Cotney

Race 26 (8 Laps): 1. 54X-Maverick Myrick[4]; 2. 23-Alec Quiggle[5]; 3. 17A-Austin Barnhill[1]; 4. 19J-Justin Robison[3]; 5. 7F-Ryan Frantz[8]; 6. 57-Kyle Chady[9]; 7. 17T-Talon McConnell[7]; 8. 191-Bash Ferguson[2]; 9. 13L-Jack Lobin[10]; 10. 23Z-Zach Hanes[6]

Race 27 (8 Laps): 1. 11J-Jett Hays[1]; 2. 16S-Seth Shebester[3]; 3. 12U-tyler davenport[4]; 4. 151-Joe B Miller[5]; 5. 15-Jase Randolph[6]; 6. 20S-Steven Curbow[7]; 7. 72H-Hunter Pruitt[9]; 8. 21B-Justin Bates[2]; 9. 25J-Delaney Jost[10]; 10. 4N-Ryan Winter[8]

Race 28 (8 Laps): 1. 87C-Brenham Crouch[2]; 2. 26K-Kale Drake[4]; 3. 32L-Brian Lunsford[6]; 4. 28C-Carson Brown[7]; 5. 89-Jace Park[10]; 6. 2A-Austin Wood[9]; 7. 28S-Daniel Smith[3]; 8. 8C-Jake Branum[5]; 9. 17J-Jacob Johnston[8]; 10. (DNF) 10-Patrick Lundy[1]

Race 29 (8 Laps): 1. 94-Hayden Wise[1]; 2. 6W-Colin White[9]; 3. 9H-Kaden Holm[5]; 4. 99B-Cole Bodine[3]; 5. 24T-Glenn James Bratti[8]; 6. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[6]; 7. 27W-Shawn Wicker[4]; 8. 29D-Dylan Menditto[7]; 9. 70-Dwight Green[2]; 10. (DNS) 33X-Daniel Robinson

Race 30 (8 Laps): 1. 08J-Jace McIntosh[6]; 2. 98D-Mason Daugherty[8]; 3. 54-Trey Gropp[3]; 4. 122-Lane Warner[9]; 5. 112-Jack Kassik[7]; 6. 37A-Ayden Gatewood[1]; 7. (DNF) 12B-Brandon Boggs[2]; 8. (DNF) 88J-Joey Amantea[10]; 9. (DNF) 29P-Bailee Spitulski[4]; 10. (DNF) 20-Shon Deskins[5]

Race 31 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 2. 14C-Connor Gross[9]; 3. 83-Brant Woods[6]; 4. 3S-Will Scribner[7]; 5. 32-Trey Marcham[10]; 6. 60-Robert Lee[3]; 7. 77E-Cole Esgar[8]; 8. 951-Jimmy Wells[5]; 9. 49S-Mike Snelling[2]; 10. (DNF) 9K-Kieran Casillas[1]

Race 32 (8 Laps): 1. 49-Cameron La Rose[1]; 2. 13T-Caiden Mitchell[3]; 3. 21G-Garth Kasiner[4]; 4. 3E-Drake Edwards[8]; 5. 81X-Frank Flud[10]; 6. 8B-Dustin Bottoms[6]; 7. 33M-Ryan Mueller[9]; 8. 4X-Teagen Moles[7]; 9. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[2]; 10. 480-Cory Green[5]

Race 33 (8 Laps): 1. 14R-Jake Nail[6]; 2. 4A-Ayden Hare[1]; 3. 66B-Broedy Graham[3]; 4. 29A-Tanner Thorson[8]; 5. 10S-Scout Spraggins[4]; 6. 26C-Chase McDermand[10]; 7. 59X-Richie Harvey[9]; 8. 8-Coleten Agee[2]; 9. 81-Dekota Gay[5]; 10. 15J-Joe Bob Lee[7]

Race 34 (8 Laps): 1. 12R-Trey Robb[2]; 2. 25A-Anton Hernandez[4]; 3. 77S-Logan Seavey[3]; 4. 3L-Jimmy Leal[1]; 5. 76-Maverick Elkins[5]; 6. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[7]; 7. 33D-Justin Patocka[8]; 8. 157-Cam Sorrels[6]; 9. (DNF) 10K-Koda Oller[9]; 10. (DNS) 17D-Dave Nicholson

Race 35 (8 Laps): 1. 68-Landon Ellis[2]; 2. 17-Quinn Jones[7]; 3. 35-Carsen Perkins[6]; 4. 3R-Hunter Rhoades[1]; 5. 61C-Chris Parmley[3]; 6. 29C-Connor Borah[5]; 7. 22J-Tony Lawrence[8]; 8. 1-Kortland Stephens[9]; 9. 40G-Jason Gariss[4]; 10. (DNF) 18H-Nicholas Howard[10]

Race 36 (8 Laps): 1. 101-Brock Berreth[1]; 2. 11K-Shawn Mahaffey[8]; 3. 20Q-Brecken Reese[5]; 4. R7-Kyle Spence[9]; 5. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[10]; 6. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[3]; 7. 00C-Charlie Henderson[4]; 8. 95M-Pat Kelly[7]; 9. 22A-Jacob McConnell[2]; 10. 20G-Noah Gass[6]

Race 37 (8 Laps): 1. 91K-Kevin Bayer[2]; 2. 3-Cole Schroeder[1]; 3. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[3]; 4. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[5]; 5. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[8]; 6. 15X-Rob Pajauis[4]; 7. 65-Michael Faccinto[7]; 8. 297-Dillon Berglan[6]; 9. (DNS) 18F-Steve Finn; 10. (DQ) 29-Blake Scott[10]

Race 38 (8 Laps): 1. 2J-Daison Pursley[8]; 2. 75-Devan Myers[2]; 3. 85J-Logan Julien[3]; 4. 38S-Tim Snelling[10]; 5. 62-Rachel Zabawa[9]; 6. 6X-Mark Martin[1]; 7. 14P-Page Perrine[4]; 8. 13X-Chase Howard[7]; 9. 21M-Kiely Ricardo[5]; 10. 97T-Matt Taylor[6]

Race 39 (8 Laps): 1. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[4]; 2. 36T-Jake Neuman[9]; 3. 5A-Ava Gropp[1]; 4. 36K-Kris Carroll[7]; 5. 26M-Gavin Miller[6]; 6. 2C-Chase Porter[8]; 7. 23L-Tyler LaPointe[3]; 8. 9A-Luke Lane[10]; 9. 32S-Kyran Keith[5]; 10. 6B-Blake Parmley[2]

Race 40 (8 Laps): 1. 7T-Logan Trevino[2]; 2. 1C-Connor Lee[6]; 3. 78B-Lane Burnett[1]; 4. 8P-Caleb Pence[5]; 5. 4B-Brandt Twitty[8]; 6. 72-Alex Karpowicz[4]; 7. 8S-Austin Stone[10]; 8. 171-Alex Caldwell[3]; 9. 38H-Levi Henderson[9]; 10. A51-Jason Trosper[7]

Race 41 (8 Laps): 1. 35G-Gaige Weldon[2]; 2. 3Z-Trey Zorn[3]; 3. 28-Garrett Bias[4]; 4. 00T-Cole Tinsley[10]; 5. 14B-Ethan Burdett[9]; 6. 3T-Trevor McIntire[6]; 7. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[5]; 8. 44X-Gunner Shroyer[7]; 9. 727-Shawn McKinney[1]; 10. (DNF) 69U-Robert Burnett[8]

Race 42 (8 Laps): 1. 22M-Sammy McNabb[3]; 2. 39-Russ Disinger[5]; 3. 71J-Jaxton Wiggs[8]; 4. 9-Bryce Comer[1]; 5. 92B-Eric Bartlett[2]; 6. 24G-Greyson Springer[9]; 7. Z78-Zach Drummond[4]; 8. 51G-Grant Schaadt[10]; 9. 111-Mark Reynolds[7]; 10. 10T-Taylor Morgan[6]

Race 43 (8 Laps): 1. 59M-Brody Mclaughlin[3]; 2. 7X-Kaden Smith[5]; 3. 11X-Brent Crews[4]; 4. 12G-Gage Robb[7]; 5. 55C-Trevor Cline[1]; 6. 570-Prestyn Brown[10]; 7. 93-Luke Lucas[2]; 8. 126-Autumn Criste[9]; 9. 11L-Laydon Pearson[6]; 10. 21-Bruce Comer[8]

Race 44 (8 Laps): 1. 14T-Tyler Walton[1]; 2. 12C-Chase Spicola[5]; 3. 08-Peter Smith[4]; 4. 82S-Austin Sanders[8]; 5. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[6]; 6. 21P-Case Piper[9]; 7. 9L-Hunter Lane[10]; 8. 8M-Mickey Bullock[3]; 9. 30X-John Crowder[7]; 10. 72D-Derrick Black[2]

Race 45 (8 Laps): 1. 8J-Jonathan Beason[4]; 2. 22-Curtis Jones[1]; 3. 99K-Seth Stenzel[2]; 4. 55B-Jett Barnes[9]; 5. 0-Connor Wolf[10]; 6. 55P-Dalton Burley[3]; 7. 99D-Bryant Dawson[6]; 8. 13C-William Conner[5]; 9. (DNF) 08S-Stefan Sidur[8]; 10. (DNF) 26J-Chelby Hinton[7]

Race 46 (8 Laps): 1. 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[10]; 2. 52H-Hayden Mabe[1]; 3. 95-Paige Moss[8]; 4. 31-Chad Lobb[4]; 5. (DNF) 07Z-Zak Gorski[5]; 6. (DNF) 17X-Robert Harbert[2]; 7. (DNF) 97B-Donnie Burrows[6]; 8. (DNF) 98-James Roselli[3]; 9. (DNF) 88T-Tony Penick[7]; 10. (DNF) 88-Austin Torgerson[9]

Race 47 (8 Laps): 1. 110-Karter Battarbee[5]; 2. 66-Jayden Clay[3]; 3. 26P-Preston Lattomus[4]; 4. 17F-Santino Ferrucci[1]; 5. 2-Travis Sullivan[9]; 6. C71-Carter Jensrud[8]; 7. 787-Brody Wake[7]; 8. 30-Jacob Barton[2]; 9. 9B-Casey Bauman[6]; 10. 0X-Brendan Warmerdam[10]

Race 48 (8 Laps): 1. 3C-Collin Mitchell[1]; 2. 14-Blake Battles[3]; 3. 49A-Aiden Price[5]; 4. 3W-Chris Cochran[7]; 5. 24P-Ryker Pace[9]; 6. 54K-Kinser Endicott[2]; 7. 5C-Alex Ruppert[4]; 8. 57L-Jacob Lucas[6]; 9. 22B-Dylan Bloomfield[8]; 10. 5P-Luke Porter[10]

Race 49 (8 Laps): 1. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[3]; 2. 5T-Tommy Velasquez III[2]; 3. 86-Zach Wigal[5]; 4. 39H-Colton Hardy[8]; 5. 51B-Kyle Busch[7]; 6. 33K-Kelby Wright[4]; 7. 5B-Cade Bierman[1]; 8. 2M-Adam Miller[9]; 9. 88R-Ryder Laplante[6]; 10. (DNS) 11-Brandon Martin

Race 50 (8 Laps): 1. J37-Jovi Duffy[2]; 2. 5N-Reece Shelton[3]; 3. 138-Karson Battarbee[6]; 4. 5S-Gunnar Setser[7]; 5. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[10]; 6. 14N-Darin Naida[4]; 7. 14L-Logan Heath[9]; 8. 78J-Joe Askew[8]; 9. 4-Brent Shoemaker[1]; 10. (DNF) 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[5]

Race 51 (8 Laps): 1. 73-Jason McDougal[9]; 2. 22Z-Jaxon Bishop[8]; 3. 5-Bradley Huish[3]; 4. 77-Preston Norbury[10]; 5. 11T-Taitum McElvany[1]; 6. 99X-Trey Gibbs[5]; 7. 23M-Garrett Massey[4]; 8. 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[6]; 9. 8H-Matthew Howard[7]; 10. 14D-Tylin Trammell[2]

Race 52 (8 Laps): 1. 12T-Jason Tyer[1]; 2. 36R-Kevin Reed[3]; 3. 11M-Lawrence Mann Jr[5]; 4. 16F-Matthew Francis[7]; 5. 25S-Justis Sokol[8]; 6. 5E-Bobby Chapa[4]; 7. 27-Jace Alvarez[6]; 8. 41S-Joseph Plunkett[2]; 9. 74-Robby Brockman[10]; 10. 27Q-Kaden Weger[9]

Race 53 (8 Laps): 1. 19S-Sam Johnson[2]; 2. 4Y-Jett Yantis[4]; 3. 92S-Justin Simpson[6]; 4. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[8]; 5. 05-Joshua Spatola[3]; 6. 33-Cruz Dickerson[10]; 7. 36-Hunter Creason[1]; 8. 5R-Chase Rodgers[7]; 9. 4H-Bob Hentschel[9]; 10. 10M-Mitchel Moles[5]

Race 54 (8 Laps): 1. 51F-Gary Taylor[3]; 2. 6-John Kilmer[2]; 3. 08C-Cannon McIntosh[8]; 4. 73B-Braden Chiaramonte[10]; 5. 12-Frank Galusha[7]; 6. 75W-TY Marrel[1]; 7. 44K-Cory Kelley[9]; 8. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[6]; 9. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[4]; 10. 67S-Grant Stocker[5]

Race 55 (8 Laps): 1. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[3]; 2. 15N-Neal Allison[7]; 3. 2X-Jadyn Friesen[2]; 4. J5-Johnny Burge[1]; 5. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[4]; 6. 38-Riley Osantowski[6]; 7. 29K-Levi Kuntz[5]; 8. 53-Graham Hamilton[8]; 9. 07-Jacob Kirchoff[10]; 10. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[9]

Race 56 (8 Laps): 1. 24A-KJ Snow[5]; 2. 57T-Kyle Thompson[6]; 3. 1V-Johnny Boland[10]; 4. 49B-Joel Smith[4]; 5. 99M-Mason Seubert[7]; 6. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[2]; 7. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[8]; 8. 56-Michael Hubert[3]; 9. 33W-Rece Wommack[1]; 10. (DNS) 22R-Gage Laney

Race 57 (8 Laps): 1. 36J-Kyle Jones[1]; 2. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[7]; 3. 87-Reed Whitney[3]; 4. 1F-Jason Friesen[5]; 5. 28M-Mick Gile Jr[8]; 6. 18K-Brayden Kongdara[9]; 7. 3J-Cale Coons[10]; 8. 172-Greg Reynolds[4]; 9. 2B-Garrett Benson[6]; 10. 9$-Eddie Ramsey[2]

Race 58 (8 Laps): 1. 17S-Baron Silva[2]; 2. 24S-Colby Sokol[6]; 3. 10C-Matt Carr[9]; 4. 41-Logan Rumsey[10]; 5. 9M-Keith McIntyre Jr[4]; 6. 24R-Ryder Wells[3]; 7. 671-Waylon Phillips[8]; 8. 4C-Cole McDaniel[5]; 9. 29M-Lawrence Mann[7]; 10. (DNF) 7K-Mason Keefer[1]

Race 59 (8 Laps): 1. 21$-Cash Lovenburg[3]; 2. 12J-Jeffrey Newell[10]; 3. 71-Tim Buckwalter[8]; 4. 74X-Xavier Doney[9]; 5. 131-Dusty Young[4]; 6. 117-James Scott[1]; 7. 77M-Matt Ebarb[2]; 8. 27E-Ethan Wicker[7]; 9. 94C-Jordan Clary[5]; 10. 18-Aidan Leingang[6]

Race 60 (8 Laps): 1. 77R-Robbie Smith[2]; 2. 11G-Avery Goodman[1]; 3. 17L-Billy Lawless[3]; 4. 19-Tomas Partington[4]; 5. 51-Joshua Huish[9]; 6. 35C-Logan Calderwood[10]; 7. 2S-Ryan Saunders[5]; 8. 13Z-Chris Counter[7]; 9. 33H-Evan Harvey[8]; 10. (DNF) 20T-Tony Morris[6]

Race 61 (8 Laps): 1. 8A-TJ Smith[1]; 2. 5K-Gavan Boschele[2]; 3. 87X-Chance Crum[5]; 4. 21H-Kameron Key[8]; 5. 24-JW Henderson[4]; 6. 25R-Nathan Rector[3]; 7. 97M-Scotty Milan[10]; 8. 10P-Brian Potter[7]; 9. 4J-Jaylon Mills[6]; 10. 43-Parker Perry[9]

Race 62 (8 Laps): 1. 67-JJ Loss[5]; 2. 21L-Quinton Benson[1]; 3. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[7]; 4. 95A-Eli Adams[6]; 5. 44P-Jeffery Pahule[10]; 6. 4S-Spencer Hill[2]; 7. 96-Jayson Campbell[4]; 8. 5X-Axton Romero[9]; 9. 17C-Christian Galicia[3]; 10. (DNF) 1T-Taylor Whitefield[8]

Race 63 (8 Laps): 1. 01-Weldon Buford[4]; 2. 02-Ashton Torgerson[8]; 3. 31W-Brain McClelland[3]; 4. 1E-Eric Braundmeier[7]; 5. 6C-Trevor Casey[1]; 6. 8G-Teddy Bivert[2]; 7. 18D-Devon Debrick[6]; 8. 33L-Laike Imm[9]; 9. (DNF) 36C-Tuesday Calderwood[5]

Race 64 (8 Laps): 1. 47B-Emerson Axsom[1]; 2. 2L-Austin Lambert[3]; 3. 11C-Darren Brown[2]; 4. 12K-Dylan Kadous[7]; 5. 9C-Cade Cowles[9]; 6. 007-Cody Carter[4]; 7. 44T-Austin Taborski[6]; 8. 97-Damian Norbury[8]; 9. (DNF) 10J-Tracy Henson[5]

E-Features (Top 2 to corresponding D-Feature)

Race 190 - E1 (8 Laps): 1. 56-Michael Hubert[2]; 2. 157-Cam Sorrels[1]; 3. 32S-Kyran Keith[5]; 4. 18-Aidan Leingang[8]; 5. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[6]; 6. 29M-Lawrence Mann[4]; 7. 72D-Derrick Black[9]; 8. 21-Bruce Comer[7]; 9. (DNF) 8-Coleten Agee[3]; 10. (DNS) 4C-Cole McDaniel; 11. (DNS) 22R-Gage Laney; 12. (DNS) 26J-Chelby Hinton

Race 191 - E2 (8 Laps): 1. 88-Austin Torgerson[7]; 2. 17J-Jacob Johnston[3]; 3. 14D-Tylin Trammell[11]; 4. 297-Dillon Berglan[1]; 5. 94C-Jordan Clary[6]; 6. 172-Greg Reynolds[2]; 7. 20T-Tony Morris[10]; 8. 11L-Laydon Pearson[5]; 9. 30-Jacob Barton[4]; 10. 727-Shawn McKinney[9]; 11. 11-Brandon Martin[12]; 12. 1T-Taylor Whitefield[8]

Race 192 - E3 (8 Laps): 1. 57L-Jacob Lucas[1]; 2. 9B-Casey Bauman[5]; 3. 20-Shon Deskins[10]; 4. 4-Brent Shoemaker[7]; 5. 10K-Koda Oller[2]; 6. 70-Dwight Green[8]; 7. 08S-Stefan Sidur[3]; 8. 36C-Tuesday Calderwood[6]; 9. 41S-Joseph Plunkett[4]; 10. 9$-Eddie Ramsey[9]; 11. (DNS) 27Q-Kaden Weger; 12. (DNS) 33X-Daniel Robinson

Race 193 - E4 (8 Laps): 1. 88R-Ryder Laplante[5]; 2. 8X-Josh Marcham[4]; 3. 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[1]; 4. 38H-Levi Henderson[2]; 5. 22B-Dylan Bloomfield[3]; 6. 480-Cory Green[8]; 7. 49S-Mike Snelling[7]; 8. 18F-Steve Finn[10]; 9. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[6]; 10. 10-Patrick Lundy[9]; 11. (DNS) 33W-Rece Wommack; 12. (DNS) 10J-Tracy Henson

Race 194 - E5 (8 Laps): 1. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[1]; 2. 4H-Bob Hentschel[2]; 3. 43-Parker Perry[5]; 4. 33H-Evan Harvey[3]; 5. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[6]; 6. 9K-Kieran Casillas[9]; 7. 111-Mark Reynolds[4]; 8. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[8]; 9. 23Z-Zach Hanes[7]; 10. (DNS) 0X-Brendan Warmerdam; 11. (DNS) 2B-Garrett Benson; 12. (DNS) 18H-Nicholas Howard

Race 195 - E6 (8 Laps): 1. 48T-Tanner Holm[3]; 2. 20G-Noah Gass[9]; 3. 4J-Jaylon Mills[5]; 4. 171-Alex Caldwell[2]; 5. 5P-Luke Porter[6]; 6. 8C-Jake Branum[1]; 7. 7K-Mason Keefer[10]; 8. 30X-John Crowder[4]; 9. 22A-Jacob McConnell[8]; 10. 17C-Christian Galicia[7]; 11. (DNS) 10M-Mitchel Moles

Race 196 - E7 (8 Laps): 1. 951-Jimmy Wells[1]; 2. 4N-Ryan Winter[7]; 3. 8M-Mickey Bullock[2]; 4. 88T-Tony Penick[4]; 5. 81-Dekota Gay[5]; 6. 191-Bash Ferguson[3]; 7. 67S-Grant Stocker[10]; 8. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[6]; 9. 15J-Joe Bob Lee[8]; 10. 97T-Matt Taylor[9]; 11. U2-Ryan Cotney[11]

Race 197 - E8 (8 Laps): 1. 98-James Roselli[2]; 2. 8H-Matthew Howard[4]; 3. 13C-William Conner[1]; 4. 21B-Justin Bates[3]; 5. 6B-Blake Parmley[10]; 6. A51-Jason Trosper[8]; 7. 69U-Robert Burnett[7]; 8. 21M-Kiely Ricardo[5]; 9. 10T-Taylor Morgan[9]; 10. 17D-Dave Nicholson[11]; 11. 40G-Jason Gariss[6]

D-Features (Top 2 to corresponding C-Feature)

Race 198 - D1 (10 Laps): 1. 3T-Trevor McIntire[3]; 2. 56-Michael Hubert[13]; 3. 4X-Teagen Moles[11]; 4. 59X-Richie Harvey[2]; 5. 44T-Austin Taborski[8]; 6. 58-Carl Lebo[12]; 7. 2S-Ryan Saunders[9]; 8. 17X-Robert Harbert[6]; 9. 28S-Daniel Smith[10]; 10. 88J-Joey Amantea[5]; 11. 37A-Ayden Gatewood[7]; 12. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[4]; 13. 24-JW Henderson[1]; 14. 157-Cam Sorrels[14]

Race 199 - D2 (10 Laps): 1. 54K-Kinser Endicott[6]; 2. 95M-Pat Kelly[11]; 3. 14L-Logan Heath[2]; 4. 17J-Jacob Johnston[14]; 5. 27W-Shawn Wicker[9]; 6. 38-Riley Osantowski[3]; 7. 88-Austin Torgerson[13]; 8. 23L-Tyler LaPointe[10]; 9. 1-Kortland Stephens[8]; 10. 671-Waylon Phillips[4]; 11. 20S-Steven Curbow[1]; 12. 13L-Jack Lobin[12]; 13. 9A-Luke Lane[5]; 14. 6X-Mark Martin[7]

Race 200 - D3 (10 Laps): 1. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[1]; 2. 51G-Grant Schaadt[5]; 3. 44K-Cory Kelley[2]; 4. 57L-Jacob Lucas[13]; 5. 75W-TY Marrel[7]; 6. 9B-Casey Bauman[14]; 7. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[6]; 8. 00C-Charlie Henderson[9]; 9. 126-Autumn Criste[8]; 10. 13X-Chase Howard[11]; 11. 66J-Holden Jennings[3]; 12. 25J-Delaney Jost[12]; 13. 78J-Joe Askew[10]; 14. 15X-Rob Pajauis[4]

Race 201 - D4 (10 Laps): 1. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[1]; 2. 29C-Connor Borah[3]; 3. 44X-Gunner Shroyer[11]; 4. 8X-Josh Marcham[14]; 5. 117-James Scott[7]; 6. 4S-Spencer Hill[6]; 7. 5B-Cade Bierman[12]; 8. 53-Graham Hamilton[10]; 9. 88R-Ryder Laplante[13]; 10. 92B-Eric Bartlett[2]; 11. 2M-Adam Miller[8]; 12. 14P-Page Perrine[9]; 13. 72-Alex Karpowicz[4]; 14. 60-Robert Lee[5]

Race 202 - D5 (10 Laps): 1. 55C-Trevor Cline[2]; 2. 74-Robby Brockman[12]; 3. 4H-Bob Hentschel[14]; 4. 8G-Teddy Bivert[6]; 5. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[13]; 6. 33K-Kelby Wright[4]; 7. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[5]; 8. 99X-Trey Gibbs[3]; 9. 5X-Axton Romero[8]; 10. 99D-Bryant Dawson[7]; 11. 97-Damian Norbury[10]; 12. Z78-Zach Drummond[9]; 13. 61C-Chris Parmley[1]; 14. 5R-Chase Rodgers[11]

Race 203 - D6 (10 Laps): 1. 05-Joshua Spatola[1]; 2. 48T-Tanner Holm[11]; 3. 14N-Darin Naida[4]; 4. 5C-Alex Ruppert[7]; 5. 12B-Brandon Boggs[8]; 6. 36-Hunter Creason[10]; 7. 97B-Donnie Burrows[5]; 8. 11T-Taitum McElvany[2]; 9. 55P-Dalton Burley[3]; 10. 20G-Noah Gass[12]; 11. 33L-Laike Imm[6]; 12. 27E-Ethan Wicker[9]; 13. (DNF) 17T-Talon McConnell[14]; 14. (DNF) 77E-Cole Esgar[13]

Race 204 - D7 (10 Laps): 1. 6C-Trevor Casey[2]; 2. 5E-Bobby Chapa[4]; 3. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[8]; 4. 951-Jimmy Wells[13]; 5. 93-Luke Lucas[10]; 6. 24R-Ryder Wells[5]; 7. 23M-Garrett Massey[9]; 8. 33D-Justin Patocka[3]; 9. 13Z-Chris Counter[11]; 10. 07-Jacob Kirchoff[12]; 11. 4N-Ryan Winter[14]; 12. 65-Michael Faccinto[6]; 13. 72H-Hunter Pruitt[1]; 14. 27-Jace Alvarez[7]

Race 205 - D8 (10 Laps): 1. 33M-Ryan Mueller[1]; 2. 007-Cody Carter[4]; 3. 8B-Dustin Bottoms[2]; 4. 29K-Levi Kuntz[8]; 5. 96-Jayson Campbell[9]; 6. 25R-Nathan Rector[5]; 7. 22J-Tony Lawrence[3]; 8. 787-Brody Wake[6]; 9. 98-James Roselli[13]; 10. 18D-Devon Debrick[7]; 11. 29D-Dylan Menditto[12]; 12. 77M-Matt Ebarb[10]; 13. 10P-Brian Potter[11]; 14. 8H-Matthew Howard[14]

C-Features (Top 2 to corresponding B-Feature)

Race 206 - C1 (10 Laps): 1. 75-Devan Myers[2]; 2. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[6]; 3. 3S-Will Scribner[1]; 4. 24T-Glenn James Bratti[5]; 5. 97M-Scotty Milan[12]; 6. 12U-Tyler Davenport[4]; 7. 56-Michael Hubert[14]; 8. 33-Cruz Dickerson[7]; 9. 3L-Jimmy Leal[11]; 10. 51-Joshua Huish[3]; 11. 1F-Jason Friesen[8]; 12. 3T-Trevor McIntire[13]; 13. 57-Kyle Chady[9]; 14. 19J-Justin Robison[10]

Race 207 - C2 (10 Laps): 1. 36K-Kris Carroll[1]; 2. 5T-Tommy Velasquez III[2]; 3. 99B-Cole Bodine[10]; 4. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[5]; 5. 76-Maverick Elkins[12]; 6. 9C-Cade Cowles[3]; 7. 17A-Austin Barnhill[8]; 8. 2A-Austin Wood[9]; 9. 21G-Garth Kasiner[4]; 10. 95M-Pat Kelly[14]; 11. 3R-Hunter Rhoades[11]; 12. 85J-Logan Julien[6]; 13. 54K-Kinser Endicott[13]; 14. 35C-Logan Calderwood[7]

Race 208 - C3 (10 Laps): 1. 6-John Kilmer[2]; 2. 4A-Ayden Hare[3]; 3. 4B-Brandt Twitty[5]; 4. 24G-Greyson Springer[9]; 5. 5-Bradley Huish[6]; 6. 28-Garrett Bias[4]; 7. 07Z-Zak Gorski[12]; 8. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[13]; 9. 51G-Grant Schaadt[14]; 10. 5A-Ava Gropp[8]; 11. 7P-Dylan Ramey[10]; 12. 9-Bryce Comer[11]; 13. 12G-Gage Robb[1]; 14. 99K-Seth Stenzel[7]

Race 209 - C4 (10 Laps): 1. 5K-Gavan Boschele[2]; 2. 3W-Chris Cochran[1]; 3. 11X-Brent Crews[4]; 4. 25S-Justis Sokol[5]; 5. 87-Reed Whitney[6]; 6. 3-Cole Schroeder[3]; 7. 2X-Jadyn Friesen[7]; 8. 17F-Santino Ferrucci[11]; 9. 21P-Case Piper[9]; 10. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[13]; 11. 44P-Jeffery Pahule[12]; 12. 15-Jase Randolph[10]; 13. 78B-Lane Burnett[8]; 14. 29C-Connor Borah[14]

Race 210 - C5 (10 Laps): 1. 22-Curtis Jones[3]; 2. 11C-Darren Brown[7]; 3. 28M-Mick Gile Jr[5]; 4. 08-Peter Smith[4]; 5. 55C-Trevor Cline[11]; 6. 26M-Gavin Miller[10]; 7. 17L-Billy Lawless[6]; 8. 62-Rachel Zabawa[2]; 9. 10S-Scout Spraggins[12]; 10. 112-Jack Kassik[8]; 11. J5-Johnny Burge[9]; 12. (DNF) 5S-Gunnar Setser[1]; 13. (DNF) 74-Robby Brockman[13]; 14. (DNS) 18K-Brayden Kongdara

Race 211 - C6 (10 Laps): 1. 14B-Ethan Burdett[2]; 2. 26P-Preston Lattomus[4]; 3. 151-Joe B Miller[7]; 4. 52H-Hayden Mabe[3]; 5. 16F-Matthew Francis[1]; 6. 51B-Kyle Busch[8]; 7. 8S-Austin Stone[11]; 8. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[10]; 9. 31W-Brain McClelland[6]; 10. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[12]; 11. 54-Trey Gropp[5]; 12. 05-Joshua Spatola[13]; 13. 48T-Tanner Holm[14]; 14. 31-Chad Lobb[9]

Race 212 - C7 (10 Laps): 1. 1E-Eric Braundmeier[1]; 2. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[5]; 3. 2-Travis Sullivan[2]; 4. 95A-Eli Adams[4]; 5. 26C-Chase McDermand[6]; 6. 9L-Hunter Lane[9]; 7. 2C-Chase Porter[10]; 8. 6C-Trevor Casey[11]; 9. 49B-Joel Smith[7]; 10. 9M-Keith McIntyre Jr[12]; 11. 5E-Bobby Chapa[13]; 12. 12-Frank Galusha[8]; 13. (DNF) 66B-Broedy Graham[3]; 14. (DNS) 11G-Avery Goodman

Race 213 - C8 (10 Laps): 1. 12K-Dylan Kadous[1]; 2. 24P-Ryker Pace[2]; 3. 77S-Logan Seavey[5]; 4. 99M-Mason Seubert[8]; 5. 21L-Quinton Benson[3]; 6. 570-Prestyn Brown[6]; 7. C71-Carter Jensrud[10]; 8. 131-Dusty Young[12]; 9. 007-Cody Carter[13]; 10. 7F-Ryan Frantz[4]; 11. 33M-Ryan Mueller[11]; 12. 19-Tomas Partington[9]; 13. 8P-Caleb Pence[7]; 14. (DNS) 3J-Cale Coons

Qualifiers (Top 16 in combined passing points from Heats & Qualifiers advance to Saturday night's A Main)

Race 262 - Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[1]; 2. 08C-Cannon McIntosh[5]; 3. 7X-Kaden Smith[7]; 4. 14R-Jake Nail[3]; 5. 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[4]; 6. 74X-Xavier Doney[9]; 7. 138-Karson Battarbee[10]; 8. 21$-Cash Lovenburg[6]; 9. 12T-Jason Tyer[11]; 10. 35G-Gaige Weldon[8]; 11. 17-Quinn Jones[2]; 12. 39H-Colton Hardy[12]; 13. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[14]; 14. 5N-Reece Shelton[13]

Race 263 - Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 8J-Jonathan Beason[1]; 2. 73-Jason McDougal[4]; 3. 71-Tim Buckwalter[5]; 4. 98D-Mason Daugherty[3]; 5. 36J-Kyle Jones[11]; 6. 15N-Neal Allison[2]; 7. 38S-Tim Snelling[6]; 8. J37-Jovi Duffy[8]; 9. 36R-Kevin Reed[13]; 10. 92S-Justin Simpson[10]; 11. 9H-Kaden Holm[14]; 12. 14J-Eric Jennings[9]; 13. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[12]; 14. 12C-Chase Spicola[7]

Race 264 - Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 11K-Shawn Mahaffey[3]; 2. 8A-TJ Smith[11]; 3. 01-Weldon Buford[1]; 4. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[7]; 5. 26K-Kale Drake[9]; 6. 2L-Austin Lambert[13]; 7. 21H-Kameron Key[12]; 8. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[2]; 9. 20Q-Brecken Reese[14]; 10. 23C-Josh Castro[5]; 11. 19S-Sam Johnson[8]; 12. 00T-Cole Tinsley[6]; 13. (DNF) 2J-Daison Pursley[4]; 14. (DNF) 11J-Jett Hays[10]

Race 265 - Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 22Z-Jaxon Bishop[3]; 2. 25A-Anton Hernandez[9]; 3. 47B-Emerson Axsom[11]; 4. 89-Jace Park[13]; 5. 16S-Seth Shebester[12]; 6. 49A-Aiden Price[14]; 7. 22M-Sammy McNabb[5]; 8. 94-Hayden Wise[10]; 9. 1C-Connor Lee[1]; 10. 17S-Baron Silva[8]; 11. 12J-Jeffrey Newell[4]; 12. (DNF) 80N-Shawn Jones[2]; 13. (DNF) 77-Preston Norbury[6]; 14. (DNF) 87C-Brenham Crouch[7]

Race 266 - Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 02-Ashton Torgerson[1]; 2. 59M-Brody Mclaughlin[3]; 3. 6W-Colin White[4]; 4. 12R-Trey Robb[5]; 5. 32-Trey Marcham[11]; 6. 73B-Braden Chiaramonte[6]; 7. 4Y-Jett Yantis[7]; 8. 86-Zach Wigal[13]; 9. 13-Elijah Gile[9]; 10. 1V-Johnny Boland[2]; 11. 13T-Caiden Mitchell[12]; 12. 49-Cameron La Rose[10]; 13. (DNF) 77R-Robbie Smith[8]; 14. (DNS) 57T-Kyle Thompson

Race 267 - Qualifier 6 (10 Laps): 1. 24S-Colby Sokol[1]; 2. 110-Karter Battarbee[3]; 3. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[5]; 4. 81X-Frank Flud[13]; 5. 10C-Matt Carr[2]; 6. 101-Brock Berreth[10]; 7. 68-Landon Ellis[7]; 8. 122-Lane Warner[8]; 9. 3Z-Trey Zorn[12]; 10. 14C-Connor Gross[4]; 11. 3E-Drake Edwards[11]; 12. 41-Logan Rumsey[6]; 13. 11M-Lawrence Mann Jr[14]; 14. (DNF) 32L-Brian Lunsford[9]

Race 268 - Qualifier 7 (10 Laps): 1. 71J-Jaxton Wiggs[1]; 2. R7-Kyle Spence[8]; 3. 36T-Jake Neuman[4]; 4. 24A-KJ Snow[3]; 5. 54X-Maverick Myrick[2]; 6. 51F-Gary Taylor[5]; 7. 29A-Tanner Thorson[11]; 8. 87X-Chance Crum[14]; 9. 14T-Tyler Walton[10]; 10. 91K-Kevin Bayer[7]; 11. 83-Brant Woods[9]; 12. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[13]; 13. 66-Jayden Clay[12]; 14. (DNF) 23-Alec Quiggle[6]

Race 269 - Qualifier 8 (10 Laps): 1. 95-Paige Moss[1]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[2]; 3. 67-JJ Loss[3]; 4. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[5]; 5. 39-Russ Disinger[6]; 6. 3C-Collin Mitchell[10]; 7. 14-Blake Battles[12]; 8. 08J-Jace McIntosh[4]; 9. 7T-Logan Trevino[7]; 10. 35-Carsen Perkins[9]; 11. 82S-Austin Sanders[11]; 12. 55B-Jett Barnes[8]; 13. 28C-Carson Brown[14]; 14. 0-Connor Wolf[13]

B-Features (Top 2 advance to the LCQ)

Race 316 - B1 (12 Laps): 1. 8J-Jonathan Beason[1]; 2. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[2]; 3. 39-Russ Disinger[4]; 4. 29A-Tanner Thorson[5]; 5. 2J-Daison Pursley[9]; 6. 32-Trey Marcham[3]; 7. 3Z-Trey Zorn[7]; 8. 12C-Chase Spicola[12]; 9. 20Q-Brecken Reese[6]; 10. 83-Brant Woods[10]; 11. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[14]; 12. 1C-Connor Lee[8]; 13. 49-Cameron La Rose[11]; 14. 75-Devan Myers[13]

Race 317 - B2 (12 Laps): 1. 67-JJ Loss[2]; 2. 3C-Collin Mitchell[4]; 3. 01-Weldon Buford[3]; 4. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[10]; 5. 91K-Kevin Bayer[9]; 6. 87X-Chance Crum[5]; 7. 7X-Kaden Smith[1]; 8. 22M-Sammy McNabb[6]; 9. 5T-Tommy Velasquez III[14]; 10. 13-Elijah Gile[8]; 11. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[11]; 12. (DNF) 36K-Kris Carroll[13]; 13. (DNF) 5N-Reece Shelton[12]; 14. (DNF) J37-Jovi Duffy[7]

Race 318 - B3 (12 Laps): 1. 24S-Colby Sokol[1]; 2. 2L-Austin Lambert[3]; 3. 16S-Seth Shebester[2]; 4. 74X-Xavier Doney[4]; 5. 68-Landon Ellis[6]; 6. 14C-Connor Gross[7]; 7. 80N-Shawn Jones[10]; 8. 9H-Kaden Holm[8]; 9. 23-Alec Quiggle[12]; 10. 35-Carsen Perkins[9]; 11. 6-John Kilmer[11]; 12. 4A-Ayden Hare[13]; 13. 138-Karson Battarbee[5]; 14. (DNS) 11M-Lawrence Mann Jr

Race 319 - B4 (12 Laps): 1. 14R-Jake Nail[2]; 2. 73B-Braden Chiaramonte[5]; 3. 0-Connor Wolf[12]; 4. 1V-Johnny Boland[8]; 5. 71J-Jaxton Wiggs[1]; 6. 3W-Chris Cochran[14]; 7. 17-Quinn Jones[9]; 8. 122-Lane Warner[7]; 9. 00T-Cole Tinsley[10]; 10. 28C-Carson Brown[11]; 11. 24A-KJ Snow[3]; 12. 10C-Matt Carr[4]; 13. 36R-Kevin Reed[6]; 14. 5K-Gavan Boschele[13]

Race 320 - B5 (12 Laps): 1. 36J-Kyle Jones[2]; 2. 41-Logan Rumsey[10]; 3. 51F-Gary Taylor[5]; 4. 26K-Kale Drake[3]; 5. 13T-Caiden Mitchell[7]; 6. 87C-Brenham Crouch[12]; 7. 54X-Maverick Myrick[4]; 8. 95-Paige Moss[1]; 9. 77-Preston Norbury[9]; 10. 22-Curtis Jones[11]; 11. 94-Hayden Wise[6]; 12. (DNF) 11C-Darren Brown[13]; 13. (DNF) 23C-Josh Castro[8]; 14. (DNS) 12T-Jason Tyer

Race 321 - B6 (12 Laps): 1. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[2]; 2. 86-Zach Wigal[4]; 3. 12J-Jeffrey Newell[5]; 4. 21H-Kameron Key[3]; 5. 19S-Sam Johnson[7]; 6. 59M-Brody Mclaughlin[1]; 7. 11J-Jett Hays[8]; 8. 26P-Preston Lattomus[10]; 9. 35G-Gaige Weldon[6]; 10. 14B-Ethan Burdett[9]; 11. (DNS) 39H-Colton Hardy; 12. (DNS) 4Y-Jett Yantis; 13. (DNS) 17E-Kaylee Esgar; 14. (DNS) 49A-Aiden Price

Race 322 - B7 (12 Laps): 1. 12R-Trey Robb[3]; 2. 14-Blake Battles[4]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn[1]; 4. 08J-Jace McIntosh[5]; 5. 98D-Mason Daugherty[2]; 6. 77R-Robbie Smith[9]; 7. 14J-Eric Jennings[8]; 8. 1E-Eric Braundmeier[10]; 9. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[11]; 10. 14T-Tyler Walton[6]; 11. (DNF) 3E-Drake Edwards[7]; 12. (DNS) 14Q-Jake Hagopian; 13. (DNS) 57T-Kyle Thompson; 14. (DNS) 17S-Baron Silva

Race 323 - B8 (12 Laps): 1. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[2]; 2. 71-Tim Buckwalter[1]; 3. 21$-Cash Lovenburg[6]; 4. 101-Brock Berreth[3]; 5. 15N-Neal Allison[4]; 6. 92S-Justin Simpson[8]; 7. 12K-Dylan Kadous[11]; 8. 55B-Jett Barnes[10]; 9. 24P-Ryker Pace[13]; 10. 7T-Logan Trevino[7]; 11. 66-Jayden Clay[9]; 12. 38S-Tim Snelling[5]; 13. (DNF) 32L-Brian Lunsford[12]; 14. (DNS) 82S-Austin Sanders

LCQ (Top 8 advance to the A-Feature)

Race 349 - LCQ (12 Laps): 1. 8J-Jonathan Beason[1]; 2. 67-JJ Loss[3]; 3. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[7]; 4. 36J-Kyle Jones[5]; 5. 24S-Colby Sokol[2]; 6. 14R-Jake Nail[4]; 7. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[10]; 8. 41-Logan Rumsey[16]; 9. 14-Blake Battles[13]; 10. 2L-Austin Lambert[11]; 11. 71-Tim Buckwalter[9]; 12. 86-Zach Wigal[15]; 13. 73B-Braden Chiaramonte[14]; 14. (DNF) 12R-Trey Robb[8]; 15. (DNF) 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[6]; 16. (DNF) 3C-Collin Mitchell[12]

A-Feature

Race 355 - A Main (30 Laps): 1. 8A-TJ Smith[2]; 2. R7-Kyle Spence[6]; 3. 73-Jason McDougal[1]; 4. 22Z-Jaxon Bishop[4]; 5. 11K-Shawn Mahaffey[3]; 6. 47B-Emerson Axsom[7]; 7. 02-Ashton Torgerson[8]; 8. 81X-Frank Flud[10]; 9. 25A-Anton Hernandez[5]; 10. 6W-Colin White[12]; 11. 67-JJ Loss[18]; 12. 08C-Cannon McIntosh[11]; 13. 89-Jace Park[9]; 14. 36T-Jake Neuman[13]; 15. 110-Karter Battarbee[14]; 16. 24S-Colby Sokol[21]; 17. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[23]; 18. 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[15]; 19. 36J-Kyle Jones[20]; 20. 41-Logan Rumsey[24]; 21. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[19]; 22. 14R-Jake Nail[22]; 23. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[16]; 24. (DNF) 8J-Jonathan Beason[17]

 

 

Emerson Axsom Races To Outlaw Victory In 37th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (December 31, 2022) A back-and-forth battle to determine who would be champion over 55 non-stop laps, the result was Indiana’s Emerson Axsom Saturday during the 38th annual Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout.

Winning his third overall Golden Driller, the trip to Victory Lane is his second in the Outlaw division.

Chasing California’s T.J. Smith at the start, the bottom was the line early on with Smith glued to the gutter. Stepping out as the race worked through the tenth lap, Axsom worked the top of one and two a few times while still running the hub in three and four.

Already in traffic, Axsom rolled up on Smith on Lap 13 and took the point the following rotation. Keeping the spot through the 17th circuit, the bottom proved the better line still for Smith to retake the lead. Searching over the next ten laps, the top was continuing to improve, with the Driven2Save Lives mount finally going full send on the cushion. Reeling Smith in, Axsom regained the lead on Lap 31. Setting sail from there, Emerson daylighted the field by 2.090-seconds.

Working the top to second one lap after Axsom took the lead, Brent Crews held the position to the end, with Smith ending up third. Working any line that was open, Daison Pursley raced from 11th to fourth, with Shane Stewart crossing fifth. Jett Yantis, Kameron Key, Harley Hollan, Blake Hahn, and A-Class Champion Jake Hagopian completed the top ten.

The final car count for the Outlaw class was 239. In all, 1,722 entries were received, with 1,655 officially drawing in. The count was only six less than the 2022 event. Overall, 3,410 green flag laps were contested over 358 races.

Six Golden Drillers were handed out Saturday, with four going to first-time winners. Axsom and Hagopian each added a third to their record. TJ Smith topped Outlaw Non-Wing, with Stock Non-Wing going to Gavan Boschele. Restricted went to Jack Thomas, Junior Sprints to Mattix McBride.

The 39th annual Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout takes place December 26-31, 2023, atop the Tulsa Expo Raceway, located inside the SageNet Center at Expo Square in Tulsa, Okla. Details on the event will be posted as the dates near.

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:

Tulsa Expo Raceway (Tulsa, Okla.)

38th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout

Saturday, December 31, 2022

Outlaw

Top 112 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 8 Qualifying Races

Race 1 (8 Laps): 1. 1E-Eric Braundmeier[1]; 2. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[2]; 3. 29A-Tanner Thorson[4]; 4. 56M-Cody Key[10]; 5. 2J-Daison Pursley[8]; 6. 94-Hayden Wise[3]; 7. 88-Austin Torgerson[7]; 8. 101-Brock Berreth[6]; 9. 43-Parker Perry[9]; 10. (DNF) 12-Frank Galusha[5]

Race 2 (8 Laps): 1. 73B-Braden Chiaramonte[2]; 2. 81X-Frank Flud[3]; 3. 39-Russ Disinger[4]; 4. 98-James Roselli[1]; 5. 25J-Delaney Jost[5]; 6. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[8]; 7. 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[6]; 8. R7-Kyle Spence[9]; 9. 951-Jimmy Wells[7]; 10. (DNS) 88M-Maxon Crabdree

Race 3 (8 Laps): 1. 0-Connor Wolf[1]; 2. 87X-Chance Crum[10]; 3. 18-Aidan Leingang[2]; 4. 1F-Jason Friesen[4]; 5. 99-Brett Osborn[5]; 6. 787-Brody Wake[6]; 7. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[7]; 8. 14L-Logan Heath[8]; 9. (DNF) 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[9]; 10. (DNF) 3C-Collin Mitchell[3]

Race 4 (8 Laps): 1. 88R-Ryder Laplante[4]; 2. 8P-Caleb Pence[5]; 3. 29L-Jackson Lauderbaugh[7]; 4. 94C-Craig Ronk[8]; 5. 07Z-Zak Gorski[1]; 6. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[9]; 7. 55C-Trevor Cline[2]; 8. 9-Bryce Comer[10]; 9. 33L-Laike Imm[6]; 10. 80N-Shawn Jones[3]

Race 5 (8 Laps): 1. 02-Ashton Torgerson[2]; 2. 86-Zach Wigal[6]; 3. 47B-Emerson Axsom[9]; 4. 44T-Austin Taborski[3]; 5. 16F-Matthew Francis[1]; 6. 22R-Gage Laney[8]; 7. 95A-Eli Adams[7]; 8. 00T-Cole Tinsley[5]; 9. 122-Lane Warner[4]; 10. 7F-Ryan Frantz[10]

Race 6 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 2. 11J-Jett Hays[5]; 3. 65-Michael Faccinto[9]; 4. 83-Brant Woods[4]; 5. 10T-Taylor Morgan[1]; 6. 61C-Chris Parmley[2]; 7. 62-Rachel Zabawa[6]; 8. 35C-Logan Calderwood[10]; 9. 13T-Caiden Mitchell[8]; 10. 29D-Dylan Menditto[7]

Race 7 (8 Laps): 1. 14C-Connor Gross[3]; 2. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[5]; 3. 2B-Garrett Benson[7]; 4. 55T-McKenna Haase[1]; 5. 36-Tuesday Calderwood[4]; 6. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[2]; 7. 17J-Jacob Johnston[6]; 8. 15D-Mason Daugherty[10]; 9. 4X-Teagen Moles[9]; 10. 13Z-Chris Counter[8]

Race 8 (8 Laps): 1. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[1]; 2. 2A-Austin Wood[2]; 3. 77-Preston Norbury[3]; 4. 14R-Jake Nail[5]; 5. 5X-Axton Romero[4]; 6. 72-Alex Karpowicz[6]; 7. 51-Joshua Huish[9]; 8. 9K-Kieran Casillas[7]; 9. 20S-Steven Curbow[10]; 10. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[8]

Race 9 (8 Laps): 1. 7T-Logan Trevino[1]; 2. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[4]; 3. 4J-Jaylon Mills[2]; 4. 68-Landon Ellis[5]; 5. 39H-Colton Hardy[7]; 6. 56-Michael Hubert[6]; 7. 15N-Neal Allison[9]; 8. 5S-Gunnar Setser[10]; 9. 157-Cam Sorrels[8]; 10. 66-Jayden Clay[3]

Race 10 (8 Laps): 1. 26J-Chelby Hinton[1]; 2. 22Z-Jaxon Bishop[6]; 3. 6W-Colin White[5]; 4. 17S-Baron Silva[3]; 5. 151-Joe B Miller[9]; 6. 63-Colton Key[7]; 7. 61-Kenny Koelsch[4]; 8. 21X-Carson Bolden[10]; 9. 51G-Grant Schaadt[8]; 10. (DNF) 1C-Connor Lee[2]

Race 11 (8 Laps): 1. 21H-Kameron Key[4]; 2. 12K-Dylan Kadous[3]; 3. 2E-Jake Galusha[7]; 4. 49-Cameron La Rose[6]; 5. 24-JW Henderson[1]; 6. 12J-Jeffrey Newell[9]; 7. 67-JJ Loss[8]; 8. 37A-Ayden Gatewood[5]; 9. 22B-Dylan Bloomfield[10]; 10. (DNF) 22A-Jacob McConnell[2]

Race 12 (8 Laps): 1. 23C-Josh Castro[2]; 2. 21L-Quinton Benson[4]; 3. 11X-Brent Crews[6]; 4. 4S-Spencer Hill[1]; 5. 35-Carsen Perkins[9]; 6. 10K-Koda Oller[10]; 7. 22M-Sammy McNabb[3]; 8. 49B-Joel Smith[8]; 9. 71-Tim Buckwalter[5]; 10. (DNF) 10J-Tracy Henson[7]

Race 13 (8 Laps): 1. 88J-Joey Amantea[3]; 2. 78B-Lane Burnett[1]; 3. 23-Alec Quiggle[4]; 4. 52H-Hayden Mabe[5]; 5. 13-Elijah Gile[6]; 6. 11C-Darren Brown[7]; 7. 5-Bradley Huish[2]; 8. 01-Kaden Weger[9]; 9. 80-Cody Caldwell[10]; 10. 97-Damian Norbury[8]

Race 14 (8 Laps): 1. 26P-Preston Lattomus[1]; 2. 4H-Harley Hollan[4]; 3. 8A-TJ Smith[10]; 4. 8J-Jonathan Beason[9]; 5. 15C-Brody Brown[3]; 6. 59M-Brody Mclaughlin[2]; 7. 2X-Jadyn Friesen[8]; 8. 9H-Kaden Holm[7]; 9. 58-Carl Lebo[5]; 10. Z78-Zach Drummond[6]

Race 15 (8 Laps): 1. 25R-Nathan Rector[1]; 2. 97M-Scotty Milan[3]; 3. 77R-Robbie Smith[2]; 4. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[4]; 5. 29K-Levi Kuntz[7]; 6. 33M-Ryan Mueller[6]; 7. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[9]; 8. 114-Sawyer Kiner[5]; 9. 5N-Reece Shelton[8]; 10. (DNS) 1-Kortland Stephens

Race 16 (8 Laps): 1. 24S-Colby Sokol[1]; 2. 24A-KJ Snow[5]; 3. 71J-Jaxton Wiggs[3]; 4. 36K-Kris Carroll[9]; 5. 14T-Tyler Walton[2]; 6. 57-Mikey Smith[4]; 7. 18K-Brayden Kongdara[6]; 8. 95-Paige Moss[7]; 9. 54X-Maverick Myrick[8]; 10. 95M-Pat Kelly[10]

Race 17 (8 Laps): 1. 55B-Jett Barnes[8]; 2. 138-Karson Battarbee[5]; 3. 5K-Gavan Boschele[9]; 4. 1T-Brenham Crouch[4]; 5. 9M-Keith McIntyre Jr[6]; 6. 18H-Nicholas Howard[2]; 7. 191-Bash Ferguson[3]; 8. 10-Patrick Lundy[7]; 9. (DNS) 9B-Casey Bauman; 10. (DQ) 29-Blake Scott[1]

Race 18 (8 Laps): 1. 22-Curtis Jones[1]; 2. 22X-Riley Goodno[3]; 3. 570-Johnny Smith[5]; 4. 73-Jason McDougal[8]; 5. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[7]; 6. 131-Dusty Young[9]; 7. 3R-Hunter Rhoades[6]; 8. 3-Cole Schroeder[4]; 9. 32L-Brian Lunsford[2]; 10. 42A-Ashley Afdahl[10]

Race 19 (8 Laps): 1. 10M-Mitchel Moles[1]; 2. 82S-Austin Sanders[3]; 3. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[2]; 4. 4Y-Jett Yantis[7]; 5. 74X-Xavier Doney[6]; 6. 6B-Blake Parmley[4]; 7. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[8]; 8. 19J-Justin Robison[10]; 9. 23Z-Zach Hanes[9]; 10. 88X-Cody Christensen[5]

Race 20 (8 Laps): 1. 8H-Matthew Howard[4]; 2. 88W-Eric Wright[1]; 3. 75-Devan Myers[2]; 4. 14E-Eric Botelho[5]; 5. 33-Cruz Dickerson[7]; 6. 11D-Dominic White[8]; 7. 69-Devin Crawley[10]; 8. 28C-Carson Brown[6]; 9. 17X-Robert Harbert[9]; 10. (DNF) 51B-Kyle Busch[3]

Race 21 (8 Laps): 1. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[3]; 2. 89-Jace Park[4]; 3. 2C-Chase Porter[1]; 4. 85J-Logan Julien[2]; 5. 21G-Garth Kasiner[5]; 6. 4A-Ayden Hare[7]; 7. 1V-Johnny Boland[10]; 8. 126-Autumn Criste[8]; 9. (DNF) 117-James Scott[6]; 10. (DNF) 32S-Kyran Keith[9]

Race 22 (8 Laps): 1. 15X-Rob Pajauis[1]; 2. 77S-Logan Seavey[3]; 3. 10S-Shane Stewart[5]; 4. 9S-Kevin Bayer[6]; 5. 99D-Bryant Dawson[9]; 6. 24G-Greyson Springer[4]; 7. 21-Bruce Comer[8]; 8. 3Z-Trey Zorn[10]; 9. 31-Chad Lobb[2]; 10. 12M-Tomy Moreau[7]

Race 23 (8 Laps): 1. 163-Logan Rumsey[1]; 2. 12C-Chase Spicola[2]; 3. 51F-Gary Taylor[3]; 4. 20Q-Brecken Reese[7]; 5. 11A-Jaden Alexander[4]; 6. 48T-Tanner Holm[8]; 7. 14J-Darin Naida[6]; 8. 44P-Jeffery Pahule[10]; 9. 19-Tomas Partington[9]; 10. 8M-Mickey Bullock[5]

Race 24 (8 Laps): 1. 08-Peter Smith[3]; 2. 20G-Noah Gass[7]; 3. 7A-Aaron Jesina[1]; 4. 72H-Hunter Pruitt[2]; 5. 25S-Justis Sokol[8]; 6. 81-Dekota Gay[6]; 7. 5R-Chase Rodgers[5]; 8. 23X-Rhea Lynn Moss[4]; 9. (DNS) 26-Corbin Rueschenberg

D-Features (Top 4 to corresponding C-Feature)

Race 130 - D1 (10 Laps): 1. 117-James Scott[1]; 2. 95M-Pat Kelly[2]; 3. Z78-Zach Drummond[4]; 4. 31-Chad Lobb[3]; 5. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[5]; 6. (DNS) 13Z-Chris Counter; 7. (DNS) 3C-Collin Mitchell; 8. (DNS) 1C-Connor Lee

Race 131 - D2 (10 Laps): 1. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[1]; 2. 12-Frank Galusha[3]; 3. 42A-Ashley Afdahl[2]; 4. 1-Kortland Stephens[6]; 5. 22A-Jacob McConnell[5]; 6. 29D-Dylan Menditto[4]; 7. (DNS) 71-Tim Buckwalter; 8. (DNS) 80N-Shawn Jones

Race 132 - D3 (10 Laps): 1. 122-Lane Warner[2]; 2. 58-Carl Lebo[1]; 3. 66-Jayden Clay[6]; 4. 10J-Tracy Henson[4]; 5. 97-Damian Norbury[3]; 6. 9B-Casey Bauman[5]; 7. (DNS) 88X-Cody Christensen

Race 133 - D4 (10 Laps): 1. 7F-Ryan Frantz[1]; 2. 51B-Kyle Busch[6]; 3. 32S-Kyran Keith[2]; 4. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[5]; 5. 8M-Mickey Bullock[3]; 6. 12M-Tomy Moreau[4]; 7. (DNS) 32L-Brian Lunsford

C-Features (Top 2 to corresponding B-Feature)

Race 134 - C1 (10 Laps): 1. 98-James Roselli[1]; 2. 21G-Garth Kasiner[2]; 3. 88-Austin Torgerson[5]; 4. 14J-Darin Naida[8]; 5. 21X-Carson Bolden[6]; 6. 49B-Joel Smith[7]; 7. 95M-Pat Kelly[11]; 8. 95-Paige Moss[10]; 9. 37A-Ayden Gatewood[9]; 10. 19-Tomas Partington[12]; 11. 21-Bruce Comer[3]; 12. (DNF) 787-Brody Wake[4]; 13. (DNS) 51-Joshua Huish; 14. (DNS) 31-Chad Lobb

Race 135 - C2 (10 Laps): 1. 15N-Neal Allison[3]; 2. R7-Kyle Spence[8]; 3. 36-Tuesday Calderwood[2]; 4. 72-Alex Karpowicz[4]; 5. 57-Mikey Smith[5]; 6. 55T-McKenna Haase[1]; 7. 13T-Caiden Mitchell[12]; 8. 3-Cole Schroeder[11]; 9. 117-James Scott[13]; 10. 19J-Justin Robison[6]; 11. Z78-Zach Drummond[14]; 12. 126-Autumn Criste[9]; 13. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[7]; 14. 10-Patrick Lundy[10]

Race 136 - C3 (10 Laps): 1. 4S-Spencer Hill[1]; 2. 5X-Axton Romero[2]; 3. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[3]; 4. 95A-Eli Adams[7]; 5. 56-Michael Hubert[4]; 6. 44P-Jeffery Pahule[9]; 7. 157-Cam Sorrels[10]; 8. 01-Kaden Weger[6]; 9. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[13]; 10. 23X-Rhea Lynn Moss[11]; 11. 42A-Ashley Afdahl[12]; 12. (DNF) 6B-Blake Parmley[5]; 13. (DNF) 20S-Steven Curbow[8]; 14. (DNS) 3Z-Trey Zorn

Race 137 - C4 (10 Laps): 1. 14T-Tyler Walton[3]; 2. 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[7]; 3. 69-Devin Crawley[1]; 4. 24G-Greyson Springer[5]; 5. 55C-Trevor Cline[9]; 6. 12-Frank Galusha[13]; 7. 33M-Ryan Mueller[4]; 8. 11A-Jaden Alexander[2]; 9. 22B-Dylan Bloomfield[10]; 10. 51G-Grant Schaadt[12]; 11. 94-Hayden Wise[6]; 12. (DNF) 1-Kortland Stephens[14]; 13. (DNF) 5R-Chase Rodgers[8]; 14. (DNF) 43-Parker Perry[11]

Race 138 - C5 (10 Laps): 1. 07Z-Zak Gorski[3]; 2. 1V-Johnny Boland[1]; 3. 63-Colton Key[2]; 4. 81-Dekota Gay[4]; 5. 9-Bryce Comer[5]; 6. 122-Lane Warner[13]; 7. 66-Jayden Clay[14]; 8. 62-Rachel Zabawa[7]; 9. 61C-Chris Parmley[6]; 10. 80-Cody Caldwell[10]; 11. (DNF) 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[11]; 12. (DNF) 61-Kenny Koelsch[8]; 13. (DNF) 5N-Reece Shelton[12]; 14. (DNF) 5-Bradley Huish[9]

Race 139 - C6 (10 Laps): 1. 25J-Delaney Jost[1]; 2. 11C-Darren Brown[2]; 3. 35C-Logan Calderwood[5]; 4. 22M-Sammy McNabb[8]; 5. 101-Brock Berreth[10]; 6. 4X-Teagen Moles[11]; 7. 9K-Kieran Casillas[9]; 8. 16F-Matthew Francis[3]; 9. 10J-Tracy Henson[14]; 10. 58-Carl Lebo[13]; 11. (DNF) 17J-Jacob Johnston[7]; 12. (DNF) 54X-Maverick Myrick[12]; 13. (DNF) 67-JJ Loss[4]; 14. (DNF) 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[6]

Race 140 - C7 (10 Laps): 1. 99-Brett Osborn[1]; 2. 4A-Ayden Hare[2]; 3. 2X-Jadyn Friesen[4]; 4. 15D-Mason Daugherty[5]; 5. 951-Jimmy Wells[12]; 6. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[14]; 7. 28C-Carson Brown[10]; 8. 51B-Kyle Busch[13]; 9. 9H-Kaden Holm[9]; 10. 10T-Taylor Morgan[3]; 11. 191-Bash Ferguson[8]; 12. 23Z-Zach Hanes[11]; 13. (DNF) 59M-Brody Mclaughlin[6]; 14. (DNF) 18K-Brayden Kongdara[7]

Race 141 - C8 (10 Laps): 1. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[4]; 2. 15C-Brody Brown[2]; 3. 29K-Levi Kuntz[1]; 4. 5S-Gunnar Setser[5]; 5. 24-JW Henderson[3]; 6. 14L-Logan Heath[8]; 7. 00T-Cole Tinsley[10]; 8. 3R-Hunter Rhoades[7]; 9. 114-Sawyer Kiner[9]; 10. 32S-Kyran Keith[14]; 11. 33L-Laike Imm[12]; 12. 7F-Ryan Frantz[13]; 13. (DNF) 17X-Robert Harbert[11]; 14. (DNF) 18H-Nicholas Howard[6]

Race 130 - D1 (10 Laps): 1. 117-James Scott[1]; 2. 95M-Pat Kelly[2]; 3. Z78-Zach Drummond[4]; 4. 31-Chad Lobb[3]; 5. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[5]; 6. (DNS) 13Z-Chris Counter; 7. (DNS) 3C-Collin Mitchell; 8. (DNS) 1C-Connor Lee

Race 131 - D2 (10 Laps): 1. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[1]; 2. 12-Frank Galusha[3]; 3. 42A-Ashley Afdahl[2]; 4. 1-Kortland Stephens[6]; 5. 22A-Jacob McConnell[5]; 6. 29D-Dylan Menditto[4]; 7. (DNS) 71-Tim Buckwalter; 8. (DNS) 80N-Shawn Jones

Race 132 - D3 (10 Laps): 1. 122-Lane Warner[2]; 2. 58-Carl Lebo[1]; 3. 66-Jayden Clay[6]; 4. 10J-Tracy Henson[4]; 5. 97-Damian Norbury[3]; 6. 9B-Casey Bauman[5]; 7. (DNS) 88X-Cody Christensen

Race 133 - D4 (10 Laps): 1. 7F-Ryan Frantz[1]; 2. 51B-Kyle Busch[6]; 3. 32S-Kyran Keith[2]; 4. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[5]; 5. 8M-Mickey Bullock[3]; 6. 12M-Tomy Moreau[4]; 7. (DNS) 32L-Brian Lunsford

Qualifiers (Top 16 in combined passing points from Heats & Qualifiers advance to Saturday night's A Main)

Race 292 - Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 2B-Garrett Benson[1]; 2. 21H-Kameron Key[3]; 3. 94C-Craig Ronk[7]; 4. 55B-Jett Barnes[4]; 5. 26J-Chelby Hinton[6]; 6. 151-Joe B Miller[9]; 7. 6W-Colin White[8]; 8. 18-Aidan Leingang[11]; 9. 131-Dusty Young[13]; 10. 9M-Keith McIntyre Jr[14]; 11. 14E-Eric Botelho[12]; 12. 08-Peter Smith[2]; 13. 21L-Quinton Benson[5]; 14. 49-Cameron La Rose[10]

Race 293 - Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 4H-Harley Hollan[5]; 2. 8H-Matthew Howard[3]; 3. 570-Johnny Smith[8]; 4. 87X-Chance Crum[4]; 5. 56M-Cody Key[2]; 6. 9S-Kevin Bayer[10]; 7. 35-Carsen Perkins[9]; 8. 2C-Chase Porter[12]; 9. 26P-Preston Lattomus[6]; 10. 2E-Jake Galusha[1]; 11. 74X-Xavier Doney[14]; 12. 1F-Jason Friesen[13]; 13. 73-Jason McDougal[7]; 14. 4J-Jaylon Mills[11]

Race 294 - Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 8A-TJ Smith[4]; 2. 10S-Shane Stewart[8]; 3. 2J-Daison Pursley[10]; 4. 89-Jace Park[5]; 5. 73B-Braden Chiaramonte[1]; 6. 86-Zach Wigal[3]; 7. 81X-Frank Flud[7]; 8. 83-Brant Woods[13]; 9. 8P-Caleb Pence[2]; 10. 77R-Robbie Smith[11]; 11. 99D-Bryant Dawson[9]; 12. 7A-Aaron Jesina[12]; 13. 25R-Nathan Rector[6]; 14. 85J-Logan Julien[14]

Race 295 - Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 11X-Brent Crews[5]; 2. 4Y-Jett Yantis[8]; 3. 02-Ashton Torgerson[1]; 4. 11J-Jett Hays[2]; 5. 22Z-Jaxon Bishop[3]; 6. 12K-Dylan Kadous[7]; 7. 24S-Colby Sokol[6]; 8. 25S-Justis Sokol[10]; 9. 39H-Colton Hardy[12]; 10. 72H-Hunter Pruitt[14]; 11. 78B-Lane Burnett[9]; 12. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[11]; 13. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[13]; 14. (DNF) 20G-Noah Gass[4]

Race 296 - Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 47B-Emerson Axsom[4]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 3. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[2]; 4. 23C-Josh Castro[1]; 5. 20Q-Brecken Reese[8]; 6. 97M-Scotty Milan[7]; 7. 1E-Eric Braundmeier[5]; 8. 77-Preston Norbury[10]; 9. 88W-Eric Wright[9]; 10. 22-Curtis Jones[6]; 11. 1T-Brenham Crouch[13]; 12. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[14]; 13. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[12]; 14. 75-Devan Myers[11]

Race 297 - Qualifier 6 (10 Laps): 1. 8J-Jonathan Beason[1]; 2. 24A-KJ Snow[2]; 3. 65-Michael Faccinto[4]; 4. 10M-Mitchel Moles[6]; 5. 14C-Connor Gross[3]; 6. 29A-Tanner Thorson[9]; 7. 22X-Riley Goodno[7]; 8. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[8]; 9. 14R-Jake Nail[11]; 10. 0-Connor Wolf[5]; 11. 44T-Austin Taborski[13]; 12. 33-Cruz Dickerson[12]; 13. 22R-Gage Laney[14]; 14. 71J-Jaxton Wiggs[10]

Race 298 - Qualifier 7 (10 Laps): 1. 36K-Kris Carroll[1]; 2. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[5]; 3. 138-Karson Battarbee[2]; 4. 82S-Austin Sanders[7]; 5. 5K-Gavan Boschele[4]; 6. 88J-Joey Amantea[3]; 7. 2A-Austin Wood[8]; 8. 68-Landon Ellis[11]; 9. 15X-Rob Pajauis[6]; 10. 51F-Gary Taylor[10]; 11. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[12]; 12. 11D-Dominic White[14]; 13. (DNF) 39-Russ Disinger[9]; 14. (DNF) 17S-Baron Silva[13]

Race 299 - Qualifier 8 (10 Laps): 1. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[1]; 2. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[3]; 3. 12C-Chase Spicola[8]; 4. 29L-Jackson Lauderbaugh[2]; 5. 163-Logan Rumsey[6]; 6. 23-Alec Quiggle[9]; 7. 88R-Ryder Laplante[4]; 8. 7T-Logan Trevino[5]; 9. 48T-Tanner Holm[13]; 10. 13-Elijah Gile[11]; 11. 77S-Logan Seavey[7]; 12. 10K-Koda Oller[10]; 13. 12J-Jeffrey Newell[12]; 14. (DNS) 52H-Hayden Mabe

B-Features (Top 2 advance to the LCQ)

Race 332 - B1 (12 Laps): 1. 2B-Garrett Benson[1]; 2. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[2]; 3. 9S-Kevin Bayer[4]; 4. 12K-Dylan Kadous[3]; 5. 9M-Keith McIntyre Jr[8]; 6. 83-Brant Woods[6]; 7. 77S-Logan Seavey[7]; 8. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[10]; 9. 131-Dusty Young[5]; 10. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[12]; 11. 21G-Garth Kasiner[13]; 12. 25R-Nathan Rector[9]; 13. 98-James Roselli[11]; 14. (DNS) 22Z-Jaxon Bishop

Race 333 - B2 (12 Laps): 1. 94C-Craig Ronk[1]; 2. 97M-Scotty Milan[5]; 3. 86-Zach Wigal[4]; 4. 138-Karson Battarbee[2]; 5. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[7]; 6. R7-Kyle Spence[12]; 7. 14E-Eric Botelho[9]; 8. 29L-Jackson Lauderbaugh[3]; 9. 15N-Neal Allison[13]; 10. 1E-Eric Braundmeier[6]; 11. 33-Cruz Dickerson[11]; 12. 20G-Noah Gass[10]; 13. (DNF) 72H-Hunter Pruitt[8]; 14. (DNS) 12J-Jeffrey Newell

Race 334 - B3 (12 Laps): 1. 8J-Jonathan Beason[1]; 2. 151-Joe B Miller[4]; 3. 2C-Chase Porter[6]; 4. 48T-Tanner Holm[7]; 5. 82S-Austin Sanders[2]; 6. 20Q-Brecken Reese[3]; 7. 35-Carsen Perkins[5]; 8. 49-Cameron La Rose[12]; 9. 4S-Spencer Hill[13]; 10. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[10]; 11. 10K-Koda Oller[11]; 12. 22-Curtis Jones[8]; 13. 5X-Axton Romero[14]; 14. (DNF) 99D-Bryant Dawson[9]

Race 335 - B4 (12 Laps): 1. 36K-Kris Carroll[1]; 2. 10M-Mitchel Moles[2]; 3. 2E-Jake Galusha[8]; 4. 8P-Caleb Pence[5]; 5. 73B-Braden Chiaramonte[4]; 6. 23C-Josh Castro[3]; 7. 39-Russ Disinger[9]; 8. 14T-Tyler Walton[11]; 9. 11D-Dominic White[10]; 10. 75-Devan Myers[12]; 11. (DNF) 1T-Brenham Crouch[7]; 12. (DNF) 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[13]; 13. (DNF) 18-Aidan Leingang[6]; 14. (DNS) 6W-Colin White

Race 336 - B5 (12 Laps): 1. 02-Ashton Torgerson[2]; 2. 29A-Tanner Thorson[4]; 3. 12C-Chase Spicola[1]; 4. 24S-Colby Sokol[5]; 5. 14C-Connor Gross[3]; 6. 21L-Quinton Benson[10]; 7. 0-Connor Wolf[8]; 8. 39H-Colton Hardy[7]; 9. 68-Landon Ellis[6]; 10. 1V-Johnny Boland[14]; 11. 13-Elijah Gile[9]; 12. 07Z-Zak Gorski[13]; 13. 4J-Jaylon Mills[11]; 14. 71J-Jaxton Wiggs[12]

Race 337 - B6 (12 Laps): 1. 89-Jace Park[2]; 2. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[1]; 3. 23-Alec Quiggle[4]; 4. 25S-Justis Sokol[6]; 5. 26J-Chelby Hinton[3]; 6. 81X-Frank Flud[5]; 7. 1F-Jason Friesen[10]; 8. 77R-Robbie Smith[8]; 9. 26P-Preston Lattomus[7]; 10. 25J-Delaney Jost[11]; 11. 78B-Lane Burnett[9]; 12. (DNS) 73-Jason McDougal; 13. (DNS) 11C-Darren Brown; 14. (DNS) 52H-Hayden Mabe

Race 338 - B7 (12 Laps): 1. 24A-KJ Snow[1]; 2. 5K-Gavan Boschele[2]; 3. 22X-Riley Goodno[5]; 4. 163-Logan Rumsey[3]; 5. 51F-Gary Taylor[8]; 6. 77-Preston Norbury[6]; 7. 88J-Joey Amantea[4]; 8. 15X-Rob Pajauis[7]; 9. 4A-Ayden Hare[14]; 10. 99-Brett Osborn[13]; 11. 08-Peter Smith[9]; 12. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[11]; 13. 7A-Aaron Jesina[10]; 14. 85J-Logan Julien[12]

Race 339 - B8 (12 Laps): 1. 14R-Jake Nail[1]; 2. 2A-Austin Wood[5]; 3. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[10]; 4. 44T-Austin Taborski[8]; 5. 74X-Xavier Doney[7]; 6. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[9]; 7. 88R-Ryder Laplante[4]; 8. 56M-Cody Key[3]; 9. 7T-Logan Trevino[6]; 10. (DNS) 17S-Baron Silva; 11. (DNS) 88W-Eric Wright; 12. (DNS) 22R-Gage Laney; 13. (DNS) 15C-Brody Brown; 14. (DQ) 11J-Jett Hays[2]

LCQ (Top 8 advance to the A-Feature)

Race 352 - LCQ (12 Laps): 1. 2B-Garrett Benson[1]; 2. 8J-Jonathan Beason[3]; 3. 94C-Craig Ronk[2]; 4. 24A-KJ Snow[5]; 5. 36K-Kris Carroll[4]; 6. 89-Jace Park[8]; 7. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[9]; 8. 5K-Gavan Boschele[12]; 9. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[10]; 10. 151-Joe B Miller[13]; 11. 2A-Austin Wood[16]; 12. 14R-Jake Nail[6]; 13. 97M-Scotty Milan[15]; 14. 02-Ashton Torgerson[7]; 15. (DNF) 10M-Mitchel Moles[11]; 16. (DNF) 29A-Tanner Thorson[14]

A-Feature

Race 358 - A Main (55 Laps): 1. 47B-Emerson Axsom[2]; 2. 11X-Brent Crews[4]; 3. 8A-TJ Smith[1]; 4. 2J-Daison Pursley[11]; 5. 10S-Shane Stewart[5]; 6. 4Y-Jett Yantis[6]; 7. 21H-Kameron Key[8]; 8. 4H-Harley Hollan[3]; 9. 52-Blake Hahn[12]; 10. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[13]; 11. 570-Johnny Smith[15]; 12. 87X-Chance Crum[10]; 13. 65-Michael Faccinto[16]; 14. 55B-Jett Barnes[7]; 15. 2B-Garrett Benson[17]; 16. 89-Jace Park[22]; 17. 94C-Craig Ronk[19]; 18. 8H-Matthew Howard[9]; 19. 8J-Jonathan Beason[18]; 20. 5K-Gavan Boschele[24]; 21. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[23]; 22. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[25]; 23. 24A-KJ Snow[20]; 24. (DNF) 11B-Kaylee Bryson[14]; 25. (DNF) 36K-Kris Carroll[21]

** Tommy Kunsman awarded a Promoter’s Provisional.

 

 

Wins Mounting In Chase To 38th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout Glory

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (December 29, 2022) Wrapping up a wild day of racing at the SageNet Center, Thursday at the 38th annual Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout saw the program roll into the 237th round of competition to put the show 66.2% complete.

Completing a staggering 147 Heat Races Thursday morning, the show has begun working into Qualifiers and Alphabet, with Junior Sprints already moving a dozen drivers into Saturday’s A-Feature, while Non-Wing Outlaw and A-Class worked through E, D, and C-Features. Looking at the setup for the Junior Sprints, the front row on Saturday is a family affair with Mattix and Sawyer McBride earning the right to lead the field to the green flag. C and B-Features are on the card Friday to determine who else will move on.

In the 237 races that have been completed, 178 drivers have won a race so far this week, with 13 drivers having won three events.

Drivers with at least two wins number 47. Down to some of the most crucial events in the Shootout, Friday’s show will begin at Race 238 with E, D, and C-Features for Stock Non-Wing. Qualifiers for Stock, Outlaw, and Restricted will send 16 drivers per class into each of their A-Features on Saturday. In Outlaw, Jett Barnes enters the Qualifiers' high point. In Non-Wing Outlaw, it’s Kevin Thomas, Jr. For the Stock classes, Kris Carroll stops atop passing points in A-Class, with Steven Snyder, Jr. leading in Non-Wing. In Restricted, it’s Wyatt Miller.

The 38th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout runs through Saturday, December 31, 2022. Racing each day begins at 9:00 A.M. (CT). The tentative lineup of remaining events is as follows:

Friday Schedule:

E (8 Laps), D Mains & C Mains (10 Laps):

238-245: Stock Non-Wing E Mains (8 – 2 Advance to D Mains)

246-253: Stock Non-Wing D Mains (8 – 2 Advance to C Mains)

254-261: Stock Non-Wing C Mains (8 – 2 Advance to B Mains)

Qualifying Races (10 Laps):

262-269: Outlaw Non-Wing (8)

Junior Sprints C Mains 7 B MAINS (10 Laps)

270-273: Junior Sprint C Mains (4 -2 Advance to B Mains)

274-277: Junior Sprints (10 Laps: 4 – Top 2 from each Advance to A Main)

Qualifying Races (10 Laps):

278-285: Stock Non-Wing (8)

286-291: Restricted A Class (6)

292-299: Outlaw Winged (8)

300-307: A Class Winged (8)

Saturday Schedule:

B Mains:

308-315: Stock Non-Wing (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ)

316-323: Outlaw Non-Wing (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ)

324-331: A Class Winged (12 Laps: 8 Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ)

332-339: Outlaw Winged (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ)

340-347: Restricted A Class (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ)

Last Chance A Main Qualifiers (12 Laps):

348: Stock Non-Wing (Top 8 Advance to A Main)

349: Outlaw Non-Wing (Top 8 Advance to A Main)

350: Restricted A Class (Top 8 Advance to A Main)

351: A Class Winged (Top 8 Advance to A Main)

352: Outlaw Winged (Top 8 Advance to A Main)

Championship A Mains:

353: Stock Non-Wing (30 Laps)

354: Junior Sprints (20 Laps)

355: Outlaw Non-Wing (30 Laps)

356: Restricted A Class (25 Laps)

357: A Class Winged (30 Laps)

358: Outlaw Winged (55 Laps)

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. 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).

Race Results:

38th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout

Tulsa Expo Raceway (Tulsa, Okla.)

Thursday, December 29, 2022

Outlaw

Top 112 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 8 Qualifying Races

Race 1 (8 Laps): 1. 1E-Eric Braundmeier[1]; 2. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[2]; 3. 29A-Tanner Thorson[4]; 4. 56M-Cody Key[10]; 5. 2J-Daison Pursley[8]; 6. 94-Hayden Wise[3]; 7. 88-Austin Torgerson[7]; 8. 101-Brock Berreth[6]; 9. 43-Parker Perry[9]; 10. (DNF) 12-Frank Galusha[5]

Race 2 (8 Laps): 1. 73B-Braden Chiaramonte[2]; 2. 81X-Frank Flud[3]; 3. 39-Russ Disinger[4]; 4. 98-James Roselli[1]; 5. 25J-Delaney Jost[5]; 6. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[8]; 7. 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[6]; 8. R7-Kyle Spence[9]; 9. 951-Jimmy Wells[7]; 10. (DNS) 88M-Maxon Crabdree

Race 3 (8 Laps): 1. 0-Connor Wolf[1]; 2. 87X-Chance Crum[10]; 3. 18-Aidan Leingang[2]; 4. 1F-Jason Friesen[4]; 5. 99-Brett Osborn[5]; 6. 787-Brody Wake[6]; 7. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[7]; 8. 14L-Logan Heath[8]; 9. (DNF) 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[9]; 10. (DNF) 3C-Collin Mitchell[3]

Race 4 (8 Laps): 1. 88R-Ryder Laplante[4]; 2. 8P-Caleb Pence[5]; 3. 29L-Jackson Lauderbaugh[7]; 4. 94C-Craig Ronk[8]; 5. 07Z-Zak Gorski[1]; 6. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[9]; 7. 55C-Trevor Cline[2]; 8. 9-Bryce Comer[10]; 9. 33L-Laike Imm[6]; 10. 80N-Shawn Jones[3]

Race 5 (8 Laps): 1. 02-Ashton Torgerson[2]; 2. 86-Zach Wigal[6]; 3. 47B-Emerson Axsom[9]; 4. 44T-Austin Taborski[3]; 5. 16F-Matthew Francis[1]; 6. 22R-Gage Laney[8]; 7. 95A-Eli Adams[7]; 8. 00T-Cole Tinsley[5]; 9. 122-Lane Warner[4]; 10. 7F-Ryan Frantz[10]

Race 6 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 2. 11J-Jett Hays[5]; 3. 65-Michael Faccinto[9]; 4. 83-Brant Woods[4]; 5. 10T-Taylor Morgan[1]; 6. 61C-Chris Parmley[2]; 7. 62-Rachel Zabawa[6]; 8. 35C-Logan Calderwood[10]; 9. 13T-Caiden Mitchell[8]; 10. 29D-Dylan Menditto[7]

Race 7 (8 Laps): 1. 14C-Connor Gross[3]; 2. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[5]; 3. 2B-Garrett Benson[7]; 4. 55T-McKenna Haase[1]; 5. 36-Tuesday Calderwood[4]; 6. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[2]; 7. 17J-Jacob Johnston[6]; 8. 15D-Mason Daugherty[10]; 9. 4X-Teagen Moles[9]; 10. 13Z-Chris Counter[8]

Race 8 (8 Laps): 1. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[1]; 2. 2A-Austin Wood[2]; 3. 77-Preston Norbury[3]; 4. 14R-Jake Nail[5]; 5. 5X-Axton Romero[4]; 6. 72-Alex Karpowicz[6]; 7. 51-Joshua Huish[9]; 8. 9K-Kieran Casillas[7]; 9. 20S-Steven Curbow[10]; 10. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[8]

Race 9 (8 Laps): 1. 7T-Logan Trevino[1]; 2. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[4]; 3. 4J-Jaylon Mills[2]; 4. 68-Landon Ellis[5]; 5. 39H-Colton Hardy[7]; 6. 56-Michael Hubert[6]; 7. 15N-Neal Allison[9]; 8. 5S-Gunnar Setser[10]; 9. 157-Cam Sorrels[8]; 10. 66-Jayden Clay[3]

Race 10 (8 Laps): 1. 26J-Chelby Hinton[1]; 2. 22Z-Jaxon Bishop[6]; 3. 6W-Colin White[5]; 4. 17S-Baron Silva[3]; 5. 151-Joe B Miller[9]; 6. 63-Colton Key[7]; 7. 61-Kenny Koelsch[4]; 8. 21X-Carson Bolden[10]; 9. 51G-Grant Schaadt[8]; 10. (DNF) 1C-Connor Lee[2]

Race 11 (8 Laps): 1. 21H-Kameron Key[4]; 2. 12K-Dylan Kadous[3]; 3. 2E-Jake Galusha[7]; 4. 49-Cameron La Rose[6]; 5. 24-JW Henderson[1]; 6. 12J-Jeffrey Newell[9]; 7. 67-JJ Loss[8]; 8. 37A-Ayden Gatewood[5]; 9. 22B-Dylan Bloomfield[10]; 10. (DNF) 22A-Jacob McConnell[2]

Race 12 (8 Laps): 1. 23C-Josh Castro[2]; 2. 21L-Quinton Benson[4]; 3. 11X-Brent Crews[6]; 4. 4S-Spencer Hill[1]; 5. 35-Carsen Perkins[9]; 6. 10K-Koda Oller[10]; 7. 22M-Sammy McNabb[3]; 8. 49B-Joel Smith[8]; 9. 71-Tim Buckwalter[5]; 10. (DNF) 10J-Tracy Henson[7]

Race 13 (8 Laps): 1. 88J-Joey Amantea[3]; 2. 78B-Lane Burnett[1]; 3. 23-Alec Quiggle[4]; 4. 52H-Hayden Mabe[5]; 5. 13-Elijah Gile[6]; 6. 11C-Darren Brown[7]; 7. 5-Bradley Huish[2]; 8. 01-Kaden Weger[9]; 9. 80-Cody Caldwell[10]; 10. 97-Damian Norbury[8]

Race 14 (8 Laps): 1. 26P-Preston Lattomus[1]; 2. 4H-Harley Hollan[4]; 3. 8A-TJ Smith[10]; 4. 8J-Jonathan Beason[9]; 5. 15C-Brody Brown[3]; 6. 59M-Brody Mclaughlin[2]; 7. 2X-Jadyn Friesen[8]; 8. 9H-Kaden Holm[7]; 9. 58-Carl Lebo[5]; 10. Z78-Zach Drummond[6]

Race 15 (8 Laps): 1. 25R-Nathan Rector[1]; 2. 97M-Scotty Milan[3]; 3. 77R-Robbie Smith[2]; 4. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[4]; 5. 29K-Levi Kuntz[7]; 6. 33M-Ryan Mueller[6]; 7. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[9]; 8. 114-Sawyer Kiner[5]; 9. 5N-Reece Shelton[8]; 10. (DNS) 1-Kortland Stephens

Race 16 (8 Laps): 1. 24S-Colby Sokol[1]; 2. 24A-KJ Snow[5]; 3. 71J-Jaxton Wiggs[3]; 4. 36K-Kris Carroll[9]; 5. 14T-Tyler Walton[2]; 6. 57-Mikey Smith[4]; 7. 18K-Brayden Kongdara[6]; 8. 95-Paige Moss[7]; 9. 54X-Maverick Myrick[8]; 10. 95M-Pat Kelly[10]

Race 17 (8 Laps): 1. 55B-Jett Barnes[8]; 2. 138-Karson Battarbee[5]; 3. 5K-Gavan Boschele[9]; 4. 1T-Brenham Crouch[4]; 5. 9M-Keith McIntyre Jr[6]; 6. 18H-Nicholas Howard[2]; 7. 191-Bash Ferguson[3]; 8. 10-Patrick Lundy[7]; 9. (DNS) 9B-Casey Bauman; 10. (DQ) 29-Blake Scott[1]

Race 18 (8 Laps): 1. 22-Curtis Jones[1]; 2. 22X-Riley Goodno[3]; 3. 570-Johnny Smith[5]; 4. 73-Jason McDougal[8]; 5. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[7]; 6. 131-Dusty Young[9]; 7. 3R-Hunter Rhoades[6]; 8. 3-Cole Schroeder[4]; 9. 32L-Brian Lunsford[2]; 10. 42A-Ashley Afdahl[10]

Race 19 (8 Laps): 1. 10M-Mitchel Moles[1]; 2. 82S-Austin Sanders[3]; 3. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[2]; 4. 4Y-Jett Yantis[7]; 5. 74X-Xavier Doney[6]; 6. 6B-Blake Parmley[4]; 7. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[8]; 8. 19J-Justin Robison[10]; 9. 23Z-Zach Hanes[9]; 10. 88X-Cody Christensen[5]

Race 20 (8 Laps): 1. 8H-Matthew Howard[4]; 2. 88W-Eric Wright[1]; 3. 75-Devan Myers[2]; 4. 14E-Eric Botelho[5]; 5. 33-Cruz Dickerson[7]; 6. 11D-Dominic White[8]; 7. 69-Devin Crawley[10]; 8. 28C-Carson Brown[6]; 9. 17X-Robert Harbert[9]; 10. (DNF) 51B-Kyle Busch[3]

Race 21 (8 Laps): 1. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[3]; 2. 89-Jace Park[4]; 3. 2C-Chase Porter[1]; 4. 85J-Logan Julien[2]; 5. 21G-Garth Kasiner[5]; 6. 4A-Ayden Hare[7]; 7. 1V-Johnny Boland[10]; 8. 126-Autumn Criste[8]; 9. (DNF) 117-James Scott[6]; 10. (DNF) 32S-Kyran Keith[9]

Race 22 (8 Laps): 1. 15X-Rob Pajauis[1]; 2. 77S-Logan Seavey[3]; 3. 10S-Shane Stewart[5]; 4. 9S-Kevin Bayer[6]; 5. 99D-Bryant Dawson[9]; 6. 24G-Greyson Springer[4]; 7. 21-Bruce Comer[8]; 8. 3Z-Trey Zorn[10]; 9. 31-Chad Lobb[2]; 10. 12M-Tomy Moreau[7]

Race 23 (8 Laps): 1. 163-Logan Rumsey[1]; 2. 12C-Chase Spicola[2]; 3. 51F-Gary Taylor[3]; 4. 20Q-Brecken Reese[7]; 5. 11A-Jaden Alexander[4]; 6. 48T-Tanner Holm[8]; 7. 14J-Darin Naida[6]; 8. 44P-Jeffery Pahule[10]; 9. 19-Tomas Partington[9]; 10. 8M-Mickey Bullock[5]

Race 24 (8 Laps): 1. 08-Peter Smith[3]; 2. 20G-Noah Gass[7]; 3. 7A-Aaron Jesina[1]; 4. 72H-Hunter Pruitt[2]; 5. 25S-Justis Sokol[8]; 6. 81-Dekota Gay[6]; 7. 5R-Chase Rodgers[5]; 8. 23X-Rhea Lynn Moss[4]; 9. (DNS) 26-Corbin Rueschenberg

D-Features (Top 4 to corresponding C-Feature)

Race 130 - D1 (10 Laps): 1. 117-James Scott[1]; 2. 95M-Pat Kelly[2]; 3. Z78-Zach Drummond[4]; 4. 31-Chad Lobb[3]; 5. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[5]; 6. (DNS) 13Z-Chris Counter; 7. (DNS) 3C-Collin Mitchell; 8. (DNS) 1C-Connor Lee

Race 131 - D2 (10 Laps): 1. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[1]; 2. 12-Frank Galusha[3]; 3. 42A-Ashley Afdahl[2]; 4. 1-Kortland Stephens[6]; 5. 22A-Jacob McConnell[5]; 6. 29D-Dylan Menditto[4]; 7. (DNS) 71-Tim Buckwalter; 8. (DNS) 80N-Shawn Jones

Race 132 - D3 (10 Laps): 1. 122-Lane Warner[2]; 2. 58-Carl Lebo[1]; 3. 66-Jayden Clay[6]; 4. 10J-Tracy Henson[4]; 5. 97-Damian Norbury[3]; 6. 9B-Casey Bauman[5]; 7. (DNS) 88X-Cody Christensen

Race 133 - D4 (10 Laps): 1. 7F-Ryan Frantz[1]; 2. 51B-Kyle Busch[6]; 3. 32S-Kyran Keith[2]; 4. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[5]; 5. 8M-Mickey Bullock[3]; 6. 12M-Tomy Moreau[4]; 7. (DNS) 32L-Brian Lunsford

C-Features (Top 2 to corresponding B-Feature)

Race 134 - C1 (10 Laps): 1. 98-James Roselli[1]; 2. 21G-Garth Kasiner[2]; 3. 88-Austin Torgerson[5]; 4. 14J-Darin Naida[8]; 5. 21X-Carson Bolden[6]; 6. 49B-Joel Smith[7]; 7. 95M-Pat Kelly[11]; 8. 95-Paige Moss[10]; 9. 37A-Ayden Gatewood[9]; 10. 19-Tomas Partington[12]; 11. 21-Bruce Comer[3]; 12. (DNF) 787-Brody Wake[4]; 13. (DNS) 51-Joshua Huish; 14. (DNS) 31-Chad Lobb

Race 135 - C2 (10 Laps): 1. 15N-Neal Allison[3]; 2. R7-Kyle Spence[8]; 3. 36-Tuesday Calderwood[2]; 4. 72-Alex Karpowicz[4]; 5. 57-Mikey Smith[5]; 6. 55T-McKenna Haase[1]; 7. 13T-Caiden Mitchell[12]; 8. 3-Cole Schroeder[11]; 9. 117-James Scott[13]; 10. 19J-Justin Robison[6]; 11. Z78-Zach Drummond[14]; 12. 126-Autumn Criste[9]; 13. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[7]; 14. 10-Patrick Lundy[10]

Race 136 - C3 (10 Laps): 1. 4S-Spencer Hill[1]; 2. 5X-Axton Romero[2]; 3. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[3]; 4. 95A-Eli Adams[7]; 5. 56-Michael Hubert[4]; 6. 44P-Jeffery Pahule[9]; 7. 157-Cam Sorrels[10]; 8. 01-Kaden Weger[6]; 9. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[13]; 10. 23X-Rhea Lynn Moss[11]; 11. 42A-Ashley Afdahl[12]; 12. (DNF) 6B-Blake Parmley[5]; 13. (DNF) 20S-Steven Curbow[8]; 14. (DNS) 3Z-Trey Zorn

Race 137 - C4 (10 Laps): 1. 14T-Tyler Walton[3]; 2. 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[7]; 3. 69-Devin Crawley[1]; 4. 24G-Greyson Springer[5]; 5. 55C-Trevor Cline[9]; 6. 12-Frank Galusha[13]; 7. 33M-Ryan Mueller[4]; 8. 11A-Jaden Alexander[2]; 9. 22B-Dylan Bloomfield[10]; 10. 51G-Grant Schaadt[12]; 11. 94-Hayden Wise[6]; 12. (DNF) 1-Kortland Stephens[14]; 13. (DNF) 5R-Chase Rodgers[8]; 14. (DNF) 43-Parker Perry[11]

Race 138 - C5 (10 Laps): 1. 07Z-Zak Gorski[3]; 2. 1V-Johnny Boland[1]; 3. 63-Colton Key[2]; 4. 81-Dekota Gay[4]; 5. 9-Bryce Comer[5]; 6. 122-Lane Warner[13]; 7. 66-Jayden Clay[14]; 8. 62-Rachel Zabawa[7]; 9. 61C-Chris Parmley[6]; 10. 80-Cody Caldwell[10]; 11. (DNF) 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[11]; 12. (DNF) 61-Kenny Koelsch[8]; 13. (DNF) 5N-Reece Shelton[12]; 14. (DNF) 5-Bradley Huish[9]

Race 139 - C6 (10 Laps): 1. 25J-Delaney Jost[1]; 2. 11C-Darren Brown[2]; 3. 35C-Logan Calderwood[5]; 4. 22M-Sammy McNabb[8]; 5. 101-Brock Berreth[10]; 6. 4X-Teagen Moles[11]; 7. 9K-Kieran Casillas[9]; 8. 16F-Matthew Francis[3]; 9. 10J-Tracy Henson[14]; 10. 58-Carl Lebo[13]; 11. (DNF) 17J-Jacob Johnston[7]; 12. (DNF) 54X-Maverick Myrick[12]; 13. (DNF) 67-JJ Loss[4]; 14. (DNF) 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[6]

Race 140 - C7 (10 Laps): 1. 99-Brett Osborn[1]; 2. 4A-Ayden Hare[2]; 3. 2X-Jadyn Friesen[4]; 4. 15D-Mason Daugherty[5]; 5. 951-Jimmy Wells[12]; 6. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[14]; 7. 28C-Carson Brown[10]; 8. 51B-Kyle Busch[13]; 9. 9H-Kaden Holm[9]; 10. 10T-Taylor Morgan[3]; 11. 191-Bash Ferguson[8]; 12. 23Z-Zach Hanes[11]; 13. (DNF) 59M-Brody Mclaughlin[6]; 14. (DNF) 18K-Brayden Kongdara[7]

Race 141 - C8 (10 Laps): 1. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[4]; 2. 15C-Brody Brown[2]; 3. 29K-Levi Kuntz[1]; 4. 5S-Gunnar Setser[5]; 5. 24-JW Henderson[3]; 6. 14L-Logan Heath[8]; 7. 00T-Cole Tinsley[10]; 8. 3R-Hunter Rhoades[7]; 9. 114-Sawyer Kiner[9]; 10. 32S-Kyran Keith[14]; 11. 33L-Laike Imm[12]; 12. 7F-Ryan Frantz[13]; 13. (DNF) 17X-Robert Harbert[11]; 14. (DNF) 18H-Nicholas Howard[6]

Race 130 - D1 (10 Laps): 1. 117-James Scott[1]; 2. 95M-Pat Kelly[2]; 3. Z78-Zach Drummond[4]; 4. 31-Chad Lobb[3]; 5. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[5]; 6. (DNS) 13Z-Chris Counter; 7. (DNS) 3C-Collin Mitchell; 8. (DNS) 1C-Connor Lee

Race 131 - D2 (10 Laps): 1. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[1]; 2. 12-Frank Galusha[3]; 3. 42A-Ashley Afdahl[2]; 4. 1-Kortland Stephens[6]; 5. 22A-Jacob McConnell[5]; 6. 29D-Dylan Menditto[4]; 7. (DNS) 71-Tim Buckwalter; 8. (DNS) 80N-Shawn Jones

Race 132 - D3 (10 Laps): 1. 122-Lane Warner[2]; 2. 58-Carl Lebo[1]; 3. 66-Jayden Clay[6]; 4. 10J-Tracy Henson[4]; 5. 97-Damian Norbury[3]; 6. 9B-Casey Bauman[5]; 7. (DNS) 88X-Cody Christensen

Race 133 - D4 (10 Laps): 1. 7F-Ryan Frantz[1]; 2. 51B-Kyle Busch[6]; 3. 32S-Kyran Keith[2]; 4. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[5]; 5. 8M-Mickey Bullock[3]; 6. 12M-Tomy Moreau[4]; 7. (DNS) 32L-Brian Lunsford

Outlaw Non-Wing

Top 112 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 8 Qualifying Races

Race 25 (8 Laps): 1. 23C-Josh Castro[3]; 2. 14J-Eric Jennings[4]; 3. 80N-Shawn Jones[9]; 4. 13-Elijah Gile[8]; 5. 7P-Dylan Ramey[6]; 6. 66J-Holden Jennings[5]; 7. 58-Carl Lebo[1]; 8. 48T-Tanner Holm[2]; 9. (DNF) 8X-Josh Marcham[7]; 10. (DNS) U2-Ryan Cotney

Race 26 (8 Laps): 1. 54X-Maverick Myrick[4]; 2. 23-Alec Quiggle[5]; 3. 17A-Austin Barnhill[1]; 4. 19J-Justin Robison[3]; 5. 7F-Ryan Frantz[8]; 6. 57-Kyle Chady[9]; 7. 17T-Talon McConnell[7]; 8. 191-Bash Ferguson[2]; 9. 13L-Jack Lobin[10]; 10. 23Z-Zach Hanes[6]

Race 27 (8 Laps): 1. 11J-Jett Hays[1]; 2. 16S-Seth Shebester[3]; 3. 12U-tyler davenport[4]; 4. 151-Joe B Miller[5]; 5. 15-Jase Randolph[6]; 6. 20S-Steven Curbow[7]; 7. 72H-Hunter Pruitt[9]; 8. 21B-Justin Bates[2]; 9. 25J-Delaney Jost[10]; 10. 4N-Ryan Winter[8]

Race 28 (8 Laps): 1. 87C-Brenham Crouch[2]; 2. 26K-Kale Drake[4]; 3. 32L-Brian Lunsford[6]; 4. 28C-Carson Brown[7]; 5. 89-Jace Park[10]; 6. 2A-Austin Wood[9]; 7. 28S-Daniel Smith[3]; 8. 8C-Jake Branum[5]; 9. 17J-Jacob Johnston[8]; 10. (DNF) 10-Patrick Lundy[1]

Race 29 (8 Laps): 1. 94-Hayden Wise[1]; 2. 6W-Colin White[9]; 3. 9H-Kaden Holm[5]; 4. 99B-Cole Bodine[3]; 5. 24T-Glenn James Bratti[8]; 6. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[6]; 7. 27W-Shawn Wicker[4]; 8. 29D-Dylan Menditto[7]; 9. 70-Dwight Green[2]; 10. (DNS) 33X-Daniel Robinson

Race 30 (8 Laps): 1. 08J-Jace McIntosh[6]; 2. 98D-Mason Daugherty[8]; 3. 54-Trey Gropp[3]; 4. 122-Lane Warner[9]; 5. 112-Jack Kassik[7]; 6. 37A-Ayden Gatewood[1]; 7. (DNF) 12B-Brandon Boggs[2]; 8. (DNF) 88J-Joey Amantea[10]; 9. (DNF) 29P-Bailee Spitulski[4]; 10. (DNF) 20-Shon Deskins[5]

Race 31 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 2. 14C-Connor Gross[9]; 3. 83-Brant Woods[6]; 4. 3S-Will Scribner[7]; 5. 32-Trey Marcham[10]; 6. 60-Robert Lee[3]; 7. 77E-Cole Esgar[8]; 8. 951-Jimmy Wells[5]; 9. 49S-Mike Snelling[2]; 10. (DNF) 9K-Kieran Casillas[1]

Race 32 (8 Laps): 1. 49-Cameron La Rose[1]; 2. 13T-Caiden Mitchell[3]; 3. 21G-Garth Kasiner[4]; 4. 3E-Drake Edwards[8]; 5. 81X-Frank Flud[10]; 6. 8B-Dustin Bottoms[6]; 7. 33M-Ryan Mueller[9]; 8. 4X-Teagen Moles[7]; 9. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[2]; 10. 480-Cory Green[5]

Race 33 (8 Laps): 1. 14R-Jake Nail[6]; 2. 4A-Ayden Hare[1]; 3. 66B-Broedy Graham[3]; 4. 29A-Tanner Thorson[8]; 5. 10S-Scout Spraggins[4]; 6. 26C-Chase McDermand[10]; 7. 59X-Richie Harvey[9]; 8. 8-Coleten Agee[2]; 9. 81-Dekota Gay[5]; 10. 15J-Joe Bob Lee[7]

Race 34 (8 Laps): 1. 12R-Trey Robb[2]; 2. 25A-Anton Hernandez[4]; 3. 77S-Logan Seavey[3]; 4. 3L-Jimmy Leal[1]; 5. 76-Maverick Elkins[5]; 6. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[7]; 7. 33D-Justin Patocka[8]; 8. 157-Cam Sorrels[6]; 9. (DNF) 10K-Koda Oller[9]; 10. (DNS) 17D-Dave Nicholson

Race 35 (8 Laps): 1. 68-Landon Ellis[2]; 2. 17-Quinn Jones[7]; 3. 35-Carsen Perkins[6]; 4. 3R-Hunter Rhoades[1]; 5. 61C-Chris Parmley[3]; 6. 29C-Connor Borah[5]; 7. 22J-Tony Lawrence[8]; 8. 1-Kortland Stephens[9]; 9. 40G-Jason Gariss[4]; 10. (DNF) 18H-Nicholas Howard[10]

Race 36 (8 Laps): 1. 101-Brock Berreth[1]; 2. 11K-Shawn Mahaffey[8]; 3. 20Q-Brecken Reese[5]; 4. R7-Kyle Spence[9]; 5. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[10]; 6. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[3]; 7. 00C-Charlie Henderson[4]; 8. 95M-Pat Kelly[7]; 9. 22A-Jacob McConnell[2]; 10. 20G-Noah Gass[6]

Race 37 (8 Laps): 1. 91K-Kevin Bayer[2]; 2. 3-Cole Schroeder[1]; 3. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[3]; 4. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[5]; 5. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[8]; 6. 15X-Rob Pajauis[4]; 7. 65-Michael Faccinto[7]; 8. 297-Dillon Berglan[6]; 9. (DNS) 18F-Steve Finn; 10. (DQ) 29-Blake Scott[10]

Race 38 (8 Laps): 1. 2J-Daison Pursley[8]; 2. 75-Devan Myers[2]; 3. 85J-Logan Julien[3]; 4. 38S-Tim Snelling[10]; 5. 62-Rachel Zabawa[9]; 6. 6X-Mark Martin[1]; 7. 14P-Page Perrine[4]; 8. 13X-Chase Howard[7]; 9. 21M-Kiely Ricardo[5]; 10. 97T-Matt Taylor[6]

Race 39 (8 Laps): 1. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[4]; 2. 36T-Jake Neuman[9]; 3. 5A-Ava Gropp[1]; 4. 36K-Kris Carroll[7]; 5. 26M-Gavin Miller[6]; 6. 2C-Chase Porter[8]; 7. 23L-Tyler LaPointe[3]; 8. 9A-Luke Lane[10]; 9. 32S-Kyran Keith[5]; 10. 6B-Blake Parmley[2]

Race 40 (8 Laps): 1. 7T-Logan Trevino[2]; 2. 1C-Connor Lee[6]; 3. 78B-Lane Burnett[1]; 4. 8P-Caleb Pence[5]; 5. 4B-Brandt Twitty[8]; 6. 72-Alex Karpowicz[4]; 7. 8S-Austin Stone[10]; 8. 171-Alex Caldwell[3]; 9. 38H-Levi Henderson[9]; 10. A51-Jason Trosper[7]

Race 41 (8 Laps): 1. 35G-Gaige Weldon[2]; 2. 3Z-Trey Zorn[3]; 3. 28-Garrett Bias[4]; 4. 00T-Cole Tinsley[10]; 5. 14B-Ethan Burdett[9]; 6. 3T-Trevor McIntire[6]; 7. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[5]; 8. 44X-Gunner Shroyer[7]; 9. 727-Shawn McKinney[1]; 10. (DNF) 69U-Robert Burnett[8]

Race 42 (8 Laps): 1. 22M-Sammy McNabb[3]; 2. 39-Russ Disinger[5]; 3. 71J-Jaxton Wiggs[8]; 4. 9-Bryce Comer[1]; 5. 92B-Eric Bartlett[2]; 6. 24G-Greyson Springer[9]; 7. Z78-Zach Drummond[4]; 8. 51G-Grant Schaadt[10]; 9. 111-Mark Reynolds[7]; 10. 10T-Taylor Morgan[6]

Race 43 (8 Laps): 1. 59M-Brody Mclaughlin[3]; 2. 7X-Kaden Smith[5]; 3. 11X-Brent Crews[4]; 4. 12G-Gage Robb[7]; 5. 55C-Trevor Cline[1]; 6. 570-Prestyn Brown[10]; 7. 93-Luke Lucas[2]; 8. 126-Autumn Criste[9]; 9. 11L-Laydon Pearson[6]; 10. 21-Bruce Comer[8]

Race 44 (8 Laps): 1. 14T-Tyler Walton[1]; 2. 12C-Chase Spicola[5]; 3. 08-Peter Smith[4]; 4. 82S-Austin Sanders[8]; 5. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[6]; 6. 21P-Case Piper[9]; 7. 9L-Hunter Lane[10]; 8. 8M-Mickey Bullock[3]; 9. 30X-John Crowder[7]; 10. 72D-Derrick Black[2]

Race 45 (8 Laps): 1. 8J-Jonathan Beason[4]; 2. 22-Curtis Jones[1]; 3. 99K-Seth Stenzel[2]; 4. 55B-Jett Barnes[9]; 5. 0-Connor Wolf[10]; 6. 55P-Dalton Burley[3]; 7. 99D-Bryant Dawson[6]; 8. 13C-William Conner[5]; 9. (DNF) 08S-Stefan Sidur[8]; 10. (DNF) 26J-Chelby Hinton[7]

Race 46 (8 Laps): 1. 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[10]; 2. 52H-Hayden Mabe[1]; 3. 95-Paige Moss[8]; 4. 31-Chad Lobb[4]; 5. (DNF) 07Z-Zak Gorski[5]; 6. (DNF) 17X-Robert Harbert[2]; 7. (DNF) 97B-Donnie Burrows[6]; 8. (DNF) 98-James Roselli[3]; 9. (DNF) 88T-Tony Penick[7]; 10. (DNF) 88-Austin Torgerson[9]

Race 47 (8 Laps): 1. 110-Karter Battarbee[5]; 2. 66-Jayden Clay[3]; 3. 26P-Preston Lattomus[4]; 4. 17F-Santino Ferrucci[1]; 5. 2-Travis Sullivan[9]; 6. C71-Carter Jensrud[8]; 7. 787-Brody Wake[7]; 8. 30-Jacob Barton[2]; 9. 9B-Casey Bauman[6]; 10. 0X-Brendan Warmerdam[10]

Race 48 (8 Laps): 1. 3C-Collin Mitchell[1]; 2. 14-Blake Battles[3]; 3. 49A-Aiden Price[5]; 4. 3W-Chris Cochran[7]; 5. 24P-Ryker Pace[9]; 6. 54K-Kinser Endicott[2]; 7. 5C-Alex Ruppert[4]; 8. 57L-Jacob Lucas[6]; 9. 22B-Dylan Bloomfield[8]; 10. 5P-Luke Porter[10]

Race 49 (8 Laps): 1. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[3]; 2. 5T-Tommy Velasquez III[2]; 3. 86-Zach Wigal[5]; 4. 39H-Colton Hardy[8]; 5. 51B-Kyle Busch[7]; 6. 33K-Kelby Wright[4]; 7. 5B-Cade Bierman[1]; 8. 2M-Adam Miller[9]; 9. 88R-Ryder Laplante[6]; 10. (DNS) 11-Brandon Martin

Race 50 (8 Laps): 1. J37-Jovi Duffy[2]; 2. 5N-Reece Shelton[3]; 3. 138-Karson Battarbee[6]; 4. 5S-Gunnar Setser[7]; 5. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[10]; 6. 14N-Darin Naida[4]; 7. 14L-Logan Heath[9]; 8. 78J-Joe Askew[8]; 9. 4-Brent Shoemaker[1]; 10. (DNF) 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[5]

Race 51 (8 Laps): 1. 73-Jason McDougal[9]; 2. 22Z-Jaxon Bishop[8]; 3. 5-Bradley Huish[3]; 4. 77-Preston Norbury[10]; 5. 11T-Taitum McElvany[1]; 6. 99X-Trey Gibbs[5]; 7. 23M-Garrett Massey[4]; 8. 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[6]; 9. 8H-Matthew Howard[7]; 10. 14D-Tylin Trammell[2]

Race 52 (8 Laps): 1. 12T-Jason Tyer[1]; 2. 36R-Kevin Reed[3]; 3. 11M-Lawrence Mann Jr[5]; 4. 16F-Matthew Francis[7]; 5. 25S-Justis Sokol[8]; 6. 5E-Bobby Chapa[4]; 7. 27-Jace Alvarez[6]; 8. 41S-Joseph Plunkett[2]; 9. 74-Robby Brockman[10]; 10. 27Q-Kaden Weger[9]

Race 53 (8 Laps): 1. 19S-Sam Johnson[2]; 2. 4Y-Jett Yantis[4]; 3. 92S-Justin Simpson[6]; 4. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[8]; 5. 05-Joshua Spatola[3]; 6. 33-Cruz Dickerson[10]; 7. 36-Hunter Creason[1]; 8. 5R-Chase Rodgers[7]; 9. 4H-Bob Hentschel[9]; 10. 10M-Mitchel Moles[5]

Race 54 (8 Laps): 1. 51F-Gary Taylor[3]; 2. 6-John Kilmer[2]; 3. 08C-Cannon McIntosh[8]; 4. 73B-Braden Chiaramonte[10]; 5. 12-Frank Galusha[7]; 6. 75W-TY Marrel[1]; 7. 44K-Cory Kelley[9]; 8. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[6]; 9. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[4]; 10. 67S-Grant Stocker[5]

Race 55 (8 Laps): 1. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[3]; 2. 15N-Neal Allison[7]; 3. 2X-Jadyn Friesen[2]; 4. J5-Johnny Burge[1]; 5. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[4]; 6. 38-Riley Osantowski[6]; 7. 29K-Levi Kuntz[5]; 8. 53-Graham Hamilton[8]; 9. 07-Jacob Kirchoff[10]; 10. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[9]

Race 56 (8 Laps): 1. 24A-KJ Snow[5]; 2. 57T-Kyle Thompson[6]; 3. 1V-Johnny Boland[10]; 4. 49B-Joel Smith[4]; 5. 99M-Mason Seubert[7]; 6. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[2]; 7. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[8]; 8. 56-Michael Hubert[3]; 9. 33W-Rece Wommack[1]; 10. (DNS) 22R-Gage Laney

Race 57 (8 Laps): 1. 36J-Kyle Jones[1]; 2. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[7]; 3. 87-Reed Whitney[3]; 4. 1F-Jason Friesen[5]; 5. 28M-Mick Gile Jr[8]; 6. 18K-Brayden Kongdara[9]; 7. 3J-Cale Coons[10]; 8. 172-Greg Reynolds[4]; 9. 2B-Garrett Benson[6]; 10. 9$-Eddie Ramsey[2]

Race 58 (8 Laps): 1. 17S-Baron Silva[2]; 2. 24S-Colby Sokol[6]; 3. 10C-Matt Carr[9]; 4. 41-Logan Rumsey[10]; 5. 9M-Keith McIntyre Jr[4]; 6. 24R-Ryder Wells[3]; 7. 671-Waylon Phillips[8]; 8. 4C-Cole McDaniel[5]; 9. 29M-Lawrence Mann[7]; 10. (DNF) 7K-Mason Keefer[1]

Race 59 (8 Laps): 1. 21$-Cash Lovenburg[3]; 2. 12J-Jeffrey Newell[10]; 3. 71-Tim Buckwalter[8]; 4. 74X-Xavier Doney[9]; 5. 131-Dusty Young[4]; 6. 117-James Scott[1]; 7. 77M-Matt Ebarb[2]; 8. 27E-Ethan Wicker[7]; 9. 94C-Jordan Clary[5]; 10. 18-Aidan Leingang[6]

Race 60 (8 Laps): 1. 77R-Robbie Smith[2]; 2. 11G-Avery Goodman[1]; 3. 17L-Billy Lawless[3]; 4. 19-Tomas Partington[4]; 5. 51-Joshua Huish[9]; 6. 35C-Logan Calderwood[10]; 7. 2S-Ryan Saunders[5]; 8. 13Z-Chris Counter[7]; 9. 33H-Evan Harvey[8]; 10. (DNF) 20T-Tony Morris[6]

Race 61 (8 Laps): 1. 8A-TJ Smith[1]; 2. 5K-Gavan Boschele[2]; 3. 87X-Chance Crum[5]; 4. 21H-Kameron Key[8]; 5. 24-JW Henderson[4]; 6. 25R-Nathan Rector[3]; 7. 97M-Scotty Milan[10]; 8. 10P-Brian Potter[7]; 9. 4J-Jaylon Mills[6]; 10. 43-Parker Perry[9]

Race 62 (8 Laps): 1. 67-JJ Loss[5]; 2. 21L-Quinton Benson[1]; 3. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[7]; 4. 95A-Eli Adams[6]; 5. 44P-Jeffery Pahule[10]; 6. 4S-Spencer Hill[2]; 7. 96-Jayson Campbell[4]; 8. 5X-Axton Romero[9]; 9. 17C-Christian Galicia[3]; 10. (DNF) 1T-Taylor Whitefield[8]

Race 63 (8 Laps): 1. 01-Weldon Buford[4]; 2. 02-Ashton Torgerson[8]; 3. 31W-Brain McClelland[3]; 4. 1E-Eric Braundmeier[7]; 5. 6C-Trevor Casey[1]; 6. 8G-Teddy Bivert[2]; 7. 18D-Devon Debrick[6]; 8. 33L-Laike Imm[9]; 9. (DNF) 36C-Tuesday Calderwood[5]

Race 64 (8 Laps): 1. 47B-Emerson Axsom[1]; 2. 2L-Austin Lambert[3]; 3. 11C-Darren Brown[2]; 4. 12K-Dylan Kadous[7]; 5. 9C-Cade Cowles[9]; 6. 007-Cody Carter[4]; 7. 44T-Austin Taborski[6]; 8. 97-Damian Norbury[8]; 9. (DNF) 10J-Tracy Henson[5]

E-Features (Top 2 to corresponding D-Feature)

Race 190 - E1 (8 Laps): 1. 56-Michael Hubert[2]; 2. 157-Cam Sorrels[1]; 3. 32S-Kyran Keith[5]; 4. 18-Aidan Leingang[8]; 5. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[6]; 6. 29M-Lawrence Mann[4]; 7. 72D-Derrick Black[9]; 8. 21-Bruce Comer[7]; 9. (DNF) 8-Coleten Agee[3]; 10. (DNS) 4C-Cole McDaniel; 11. (DNS) 22R-Gage Laney; 12. (DNS) 26J-Chelby Hinton

Race 191 - E2 (8 Laps): 1. 88-Austin Torgerson[7]; 2. 17J-Jacob Johnston[3]; 3. 14D-Tylin Trammell[11]; 4. 297-Dillon Berglan[1]; 5. 94C-Jordan Clary[6]; 6. 172-Greg Reynolds[2]; 7. 20T-Tony Morris[10]; 8. 11L-Laydon Pearson[5]; 9. 30-Jacob Barton[4]; 10. 727-Shawn McKinney[9]; 11. 11-Brandon Martin[12]; 12. 1T-Taylor Whitefield[8]

Race 192 - E3 (8 Laps): 1. 57L-Jacob Lucas[1]; 2. 9B-Casey Bauman[5]; 3. 20-Shon Deskins[10]; 4. 4-Brent Shoemaker[7]; 5. 10K-Koda Oller[2]; 6. 70-Dwight Green[8]; 7. 08S-Stefan Sidur[3]; 8. 36C-Tuesday Calderwood[6]; 9. 41S-Joseph Plunkett[4]; 10. 9$-Eddie Ramsey[9]; 11. (DNS) 27Q-Kaden Weger; 12. (DNS) 33X-Daniel Robinson

Race 193 - E4 (8 Laps): 1. 88R-Ryder Laplante[5]; 2. 8X-Josh Marcham[4]; 3. 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[1]; 4. 38H-Levi Henderson[2]; 5. 22B-Dylan Bloomfield[3]; 6. 480-Cory Green[8]; 7. 49S-Mike Snelling[7]; 8. 18F-Steve Finn[10]; 9. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[6]; 10. 10-Patrick Lundy[9]; 11. (DNS) 33W-Rece Wommack; 12. (DNS) 10J-Tracy Henson

Race 194 - E5 (8 Laps): 1. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[1]; 2. 4H-Bob Hentschel[2]; 3. 43-Parker Perry[5]; 4. 33H-Evan Harvey[3]; 5. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[6]; 6. 9K-Kieran Casillas[9]; 7. 111-Mark Reynolds[4]; 8. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[8]; 9. 23Z-Zach Hanes[7]; 10. (DNS) 0X-Brendan Warmerdam; 11. (DNS) 2B-Garrett Benson; 12. (DNS) 18H-Nicholas Howard

Race 195 - E6 (8 Laps): 1. 48T-Tanner Holm[3]; 2. 20G-Noah Gass[9]; 3. 4J-Jaylon Mills[5]; 4. 171-Alex Caldwell[2]; 5. 5P-Luke Porter[6]; 6. 8C-Jake Branum[1]; 7. 7K-Mason Keefer[10]; 8. 30X-John Crowder[4]; 9. 22A-Jacob McConnell[8]; 10. 17C-Christian Galicia[7]; 11. (DNS) 10M-Mitchel Moles

Race 196 - E7 (8 Laps): 1. 951-Jimmy Wells[1]; 2. 4N-Ryan Winter[7]; 3. 8M-Mickey Bullock[2]; 4. 88T-Tony Penick[4]; 5. 81-Dekota Gay[5]; 6. 191-Bash Ferguson[3]; 7. 67S-Grant Stocker[10]; 8. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[6]; 9. 15J-Joe Bob Lee[8]; 10. 97T-Matt Taylor[9]; 11. U2-Ryan Cotney[11]

Race 197 - E8 (8 Laps): 1. 98-James Roselli[2]; 2. 8H-Matthew Howard[4]; 3. 13C-William Conner[1]; 4. 21B-Justin Bates[3]; 5. 6B-Blake Parmley[10]; 6. A51-Jason Trosper[8]; 7. 69U-Robert Burnett[7]; 8. 21M-Kiely Ricardo[5]; 9. 10T-Taylor Morgan[9]; 10. 17D-Dave Nicholson[11]; 11. 40G-Jason Gariss[6]

D-Features (Top 2 to corresponding C-Feature)

Race 198 - D1 (10 Laps): 1. 3T-Trevor McIntire[3]; 2. 56-Michael Hubert[13]; 3. 4X-Teagen Moles[11]; 4. 59X-Richie Harvey[2]; 5. 44T-Austin Taborski[8]; 6. 58-Carl Lebo[12]; 7. 2S-Ryan Saunders[9]; 8. 17X-Robert Harbert[6]; 9. 28S-Daniel Smith[10]; 10. 88J-Joey Amantea[5]; 11. 37A-Ayden Gatewood[7]; 12. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[4]; 13. 24-JW Henderson[1]; 14. 157-Cam Sorrels[14]

Race 199 - D2 (10 Laps): 1. 54K-Kinser Endicott[6]; 2. 95M-Pat Kelly[11]; 3. 14L-Logan Heath[2]; 4. 17J-Jacob Johnston[14]; 5. 27W-Shawn Wicker[9]; 6. 38-Riley Osantowski[3]; 7. 88-Austin Torgerson[13]; 8. 23L-Tyler LaPointe[10]; 9. 1-Kortland Stephens[8]; 10. 671-Waylon Phillips[4]; 11. 20S-Steven Curbow[1]; 12. 13L-Jack Lobin[12]; 13. 9A-Luke Lane[5]; 14. 6X-Mark Martin[7]

Race 200 - D3 (10 Laps): 1. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[1]; 2. 51G-Grant Schaadt[5]; 3. 44K-Cory Kelley[2]; 4. 57L-Jacob Lucas[13]; 5. 75W-TY Marrel[7]; 6. 9B-Casey Bauman[14]; 7. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[6]; 8. 00C-Charlie Henderson[9]; 9. 126-Autumn Criste[8]; 10. 13X-Chase Howard[11]; 11. 66J-Holden Jennings[3]; 12. 25J-Delaney Jost[12]; 13. 78J-Joe Askew[10]; 14. 15X-Rob Pajauis[4]

Race 201 - D4 (10 Laps): 1. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[1]; 2. 29C-Connor Borah[3]; 3. 44X-Gunner Shroyer[11]; 4. 8X-Josh Marcham[14]; 5. 117-James Scott[7]; 6. 4S-Spencer Hill[6]; 7. 5B-Cade Bierman[12]; 8. 53-Graham Hamilton[10]; 9. 88R-Ryder Laplante[13]; 10. 92B-Eric Bartlett[2]; 11. 2M-Adam Miller[8]; 12. 14P-Page Perrine[9]; 13. 72-Alex Karpowicz[4]; 14. 60-Robert Lee[5]

Race 202 - D5 (10 Laps): 1. 55C-Trevor Cline[2]; 2. 74-Robby Brockman[12]; 3. 4H-Bob Hentschel[14]; 4. 8G-Teddy Bivert[6]; 5. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[13]; 6. 33K-Kelby Wright[4]; 7. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[5]; 8. 99X-Trey Gibbs[3]; 9. 5X-Axton Romero[8]; 10. 99D-Bryant Dawson[7]; 11. 97-Damian Norbury[10]; 12. Z78-Zach Drummond[9]; 13. 61C-Chris Parmley[1]; 14. 5R-Chase Rodgers[11]

Race 203 - D6 (10 Laps): 1. 05-Joshua Spatola[1]; 2. 48T-Tanner Holm[11]; 3. 14N-Darin Naida[4]; 4. 5C-Alex Ruppert[7]; 5. 12B-Brandon Boggs[8]; 6. 36-Hunter Creason[10]; 7. 97B-Donnie Burrows[5]; 8. 11T-Taitum McElvany[2]; 9. 55P-Dalton Burley[3]; 10. 20G-Noah Gass[12]; 11. 33L-Laike Imm[6]; 12. 27E-Ethan Wicker[9]; 13. (DNF) 17T-Talon McConnell[14]; 14. (DNF) 77E-Cole Esgar[13]

Race 204 - D7 (10 Laps): 1. 6C-Trevor Casey[2]; 2. 5E-Bobby Chapa[4]; 3. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[8]; 4. 951-Jimmy Wells[13]; 5. 93-Luke Lucas[10]; 6. 24R-Ryder Wells[5]; 7. 23M-Garrett Massey[9]; 8. 33D-Justin Patocka[3]; 9. 13Z-Chris Counter[11]; 10. 07-Jacob Kirchoff[12]; 11. 4N-Ryan Winter[14]; 12. 65-Michael Faccinto[6]; 13. 72H-Hunter Pruitt[1]; 14. 27-Jace Alvarez[7]

Race 205 - D8 (10 Laps): 1. 33M-Ryan Mueller[1]; 2. 007-Cody Carter[4]; 3. 8B-Dustin Bottoms[2]; 4. 29K-Levi Kuntz[8]; 5. 96-Jayson Campbell[9]; 6. 25R-Nathan Rector[5]; 7. 22J-Tony Lawrence[3]; 8. 787-Brody Wake[6]; 9. 98-James Roselli[13]; 10. 18D-Devon Debrick[7]; 11. 29D-Dylan Menditto[12]; 12. 77M-Matt Ebarb[10]; 13. 10P-Brian Potter[11]; 14. 8H-Matthew Howard[14]

C-Features (Top 2 to corresponding B-Feature)

Race 206 - C1 (10 Laps): 1. 75-Devan Myers[2]; 2. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[6]; 3. 3S-Will Scribner[1]; 4. 24T-Glenn James Bratti[5]; 5. 97M-Scotty Milan[12]; 6. 12U-Tyler Davenport[4]; 7. 56-Michael Hubert[14]; 8. 33-Cruz Dickerson[7]; 9. 3L-Jimmy Leal[11]; 10. 51-Joshua Huish[3]; 11. 1F-Jason Friesen[8]; 12. 3T-Trevor McIntire[13]; 13. 57-Kyle Chady[9]; 14. 19J-Justin Robison[10]

Race 207 - C2 (10 Laps): 1. 36K-Kris Carroll[1]; 2. 5T-Tommy Velasquez III[2]; 3. 99B-Cole Bodine[10]; 4. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[5]; 5. 76-Maverick Elkins[12]; 6. 9C-Cade Cowles[3]; 7. 17A-Austin Barnhill[8]; 8. 2A-Austin Wood[9]; 9. 21G-Garth Kasiner[4]; 10. 95M-Pat Kelly[14]; 11. 3R-Hunter Rhoades[11]; 12. 85J-Logan Julien[6]; 13. 54K-Kinser Endicott[13]; 14. 35C-Logan Calderwood[7]

Race 208 - C3 (10 Laps): 1. 6-John Kilmer[2]; 2. 4A-Ayden Hare[3]; 3. 4B-Brandt Twitty[5]; 4. 24G-Greyson Springer[9]; 5. 5-Bradley Huish[6]; 6. 28-Garrett Bias[4]; 7. 07Z-Zak Gorski[12]; 8. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[13]; 9. 51G-Grant Schaadt[14]; 10. 5A-Ava Gropp[8]; 11. 7P-Dylan Ramey[10]; 12. 9-Bryce Comer[11]; 13. 12G-Gage Robb[1]; 14. 99K-Seth Stenzel[7]

Race 209 - C4 (10 Laps): 1. 5K-Gavan Boschele[2]; 2. 3W-Chris Cochran[1]; 3. 11X-Brent Crews[4]; 4. 25S-Justis Sokol[5]; 5. 87-Reed Whitney[6]; 6. 3-Cole Schroeder[3]; 7. 2X-Jadyn Friesen[7]; 8. 17F-Santino Ferrucci[11]; 9. 21P-Case Piper[9]; 10. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[13]; 11. 44P-Jeffery Pahule[12]; 12. 15-Jase Randolph[10]; 13. 78B-Lane Burnett[8]; 14. 29C-Connor Borah[14]

Race 210 - C5 (10 Laps): 1. 22-Curtis Jones[3]; 2. 11C-Darren Brown[7]; 3. 28M-Mick Gile Jr[5]; 4. 08-Peter Smith[4]; 5. 55C-Trevor Cline[11]; 6. 26M-Gavin Miller[10]; 7. 17L-Billy Lawless[6]; 8. 62-Rachel Zabawa[2]; 9. 10S-Scout Spraggins[12]; 10. 112-Jack Kassik[8]; 11. J5-Johnny Burge[9]; 12. (DNF) 5S-Gunnar Setser[1]; 13. (DNF) 74-Robby Brockman[13]; 14. (DNS) 18K-Brayden Kongdara

Race 211 - C6 (10 Laps): 1. 14B-Ethan Burdett[2]; 2. 26P-Preston Lattomus[4]; 3. 151-Joe B Miller[7]; 4. 52H-Hayden Mabe[3]; 5. 16F-Matthew Francis[1]; 6. 51B-Kyle Busch[8]; 7. 8S-Austin Stone[11]; 8. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[10]; 9. 31W-Brain McClelland[6]; 10. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[12]; 11. 54-Trey Gropp[5]; 12. 05-Joshua Spatola[13]; 13. 48T-Tanner Holm[14]; 14. 31-Chad Lobb[9]

Race 212 - C7 (10 Laps): 1. 1E-Eric Braundmeier[1]; 2. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[5]; 3. 2-Travis Sullivan[2]; 4. 95A-Eli Adams[4]; 5. 26C-Chase McDermand[6]; 6. 9L-Hunter Lane[9]; 7. 2C-Chase Porter[10]; 8. 6C-Trevor Casey[11]; 9. 49B-Joel Smith[7]; 10. 9M-Keith McIntyre Jr[12]; 11. 5E-Bobby Chapa[13]; 12. 12-Frank Galusha[8]; 13. (DNF) 66B-Broedy Graham[3]; 14. (DNS) 11G-Avery Goodman

Race 213 - C8 (10 Laps): 1. 12K-Dylan Kadous[1]; 2. 24P-Ryker Pace[2]; 3. 77S-Logan Seavey[5]; 4. 99M-Mason Seubert[8]; 5. 21L-Quinton Benson[3]; 6. 570-Prestyn Brown[6]; 7. C71-Carter Jensrud[10]; 8. 131-Dusty Young[12]; 9. 007-Cody Carter[13]; 10. 7F-Ryan Frantz[4]; 11. 33M-Ryan Mueller[11]; 12. 19-Tomas Partington[9]; 13. 8P-Caleb Pence[7]; 14. (DNS) 3J-Cale Coons

A-Class

Top 112 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 8 Qualifying Races

Race 80 (8 Laps): 1. 138-Karson Battarbee[2]; 2. 99D-Bryant Dawson[1]; 3. 38-Riley Osantowski[4]; 4. 319-Haidyn Hansen[6]; 5. 94L-Gage Laney[9]; 6. 1F-Jason Friesen[8]; 7. 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[7]; 8. 20K-Skyler Keeney[5]; 9. 24G-Greyson Springer[3]; 10. (DNS) 17H-Henry Chambers

Race 81 (8 Laps): 1. 39-Russ Disinger[2]; 2. 41-Logan Rumsey[4]; 3. 7X-Kaden Smith[5]; 4. 11H-Nicholas Harris[1]; 5. 75M-Buddy Mullens[7]; 6. 1H-Jett Nunley[6]; 7. 94-Hayden Wise[8]; 8. 24R-Ryder Wells[10]; 9. 00S-TJ Stark[3]; 10. 51-Joshua Huish[9]

Race 82 (8 Laps): 1. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[1]; 2. 66B-Broedy Graham[3]; 3. 2B-Garrett Benson[6]; 4. 35G-Gaige Weldon[8]; 5. 10G-Scout Spraggins[5]; 6. 49A-Aiden Price[7]; 7. 7A-Aaron Jesina[4]; 8. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[10]; 9. 37X-Xander Dundon[2]; 10. 99-Brett Osborn[9]

Race 83 (8 Laps): 1. 49X-Ace Moore[3]; 2. 4H-Harley Hollan[6]; 3. 15N-Neal Allison[2]; 4. 27E-Ethan Wicker[10]; 5. 83W-Shane Weeks[8]; 6. 19J-Justin Robison[1]; 7. 3D-Trent Dixon[9]; 8. 7F-Nolan Bartley[4]; 9. 5B-Cade Bierman[5]; 10. 59X-Richie Harvey[7]

Race 84 (8 Laps): 1. 11G-Avery Goodman[4]; 2. 24C-Cale Lagroon[2]; 3. 95A-Eli Adams[1]; 4. 4B-Brandt Twitty[9]; 5. 8B-Dustin Bottoms[6]; 6. 23X-Rhea Lynn Moss[5]; 7. 18W-Wyatt Bruce[3]; 8. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[8]; 9. (DNF) 21H-Levi Hinck[7]; 10. (DNS) U2-Ryan Cotney

Race 85 (8 Laps): 1. 4C-Cole McDaniel[1]; 2. 4X-Teagen Moles[5]; 3. C71-Carter Jensrud[4]; 4. 10S-Shane Stewart[10]; 5. 87-Reed Whitney[7]; 6. 12M-Shawn Marquez Jr[3]; 7. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[9]; 8. 25J-Delaney Jost[8]; 9. 18G-Leonard Scheumack[2]; 10. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[6]

Race 86 (8 Laps): 1. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[4]; 2. 99K-Seth Stenzel[2]; 3. 23-Alec Quiggle[6]; 4. 80-Cody Caldwell[1]; 5. 02-Ashton Torgerson[7]; 6. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[10]; 7. 18T-Lexa Turner[8]; 8. 114-Sawyer Kiner[5]; 9. 22T-Thomas Byford[3]; 10. 9A-Luke Lane[9]

Race 87 (8 Laps): 1. 10A-Emerson Axsom[7]; 2. 13L-Jack Lobin[3]; 3. 1V-Johnny Boland[9]; 4. 67-JJ Loss[8]; 5. 76-Maverick Elkins[10]; 6. 22X-Riley Goodno[5]; 7. 1T-Taylor Whitefield[2]; 8. 671-Waylon Phillips[6]; 9. 31B-Braxton Weger[1]; 10. 71A-Anthony Rea[4]

Race 88 (8 Laps): 1. 21X-Carson Bolden[1]; 2. 26K-Kale Drake[3]; 3. 72-Alex Karpowicz[4]; 4. 77K-Kyle Fernandez[5]; 5. 43-Parker Perry[10]; 6. 12U-tyler davenport[6]; 7. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[2]; 8. 4S-Spencer Hill[9]; 9. 31-Chad Lobb[7]; 10. (DNF) 30X-John Crowder[8]

Race 89 (8 Laps): 1. 23M-Garrett Massey[1]; 2. 24A-KJ Snow[4]; 3. 20G-Noah Gass[2]; 4. 1C-Connor Lee[6]; 5. 66J-Holden Jennings[3]; 6. 12R-Trey Robb[10]; 7. 14C-Connor Gross[9]; 8. 61C-Chris Parmley[5]; 9. 28C-Carson Brown[8]; 10. (DNF) 9C-Cade Cowles[7]

Race 90 (8 Laps): 1. 71-Tim Buckwalter[3]; 2. 89-Jace Park[9]; 3. 14-Blake Battles[2]; 4. 5G-Landon Graham[1]; 5. 29K-Levi Kuntz[6]; 6. 9B-Casey Bauman[10]; 7. 99M-Mason Seubert[8]; 8. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[4]; 9. 5T-Tommy Velasquez III[7]; 10. 40G-Jason Gariss[5]

Race 91 (8 Laps): 1. 21A-Kainan Baker[1]; 2. 51G-Grant Schaadt[2]; 3. 21B-Justin Bates[3]; 4. 39H-Colton Hardy[8]; 5. 56-Michael Hubert[4]; 6. 17C-Christian Galicia[5]; 7. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[9]; 8. A51-Jason Trosper[7]; 9. 7S-Kanon Posey[10]; 10. 97M-Scotty Milan[6]

Race 92 (8 Laps): 1. 01J-Mitchel Moles[1]; 2. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[2]; 3. 91-Ryan Mueller[3]; 4. 44K-Cory Kelley[5]; 5. 61-Kenny Koelsch[7]; 6. 3E-Drake Edwards[8]; 7. 78C-Chance Cody[4]; 8. 11A-Jaden Alexander[6]; 9. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[9]; 10. 44-Anthony Sunde[10]

Race 93 (8 Laps): 1. 59M-Brody Mclaughlin[2]; 2. 15-Jase Randolph[3]; 3. 62-Rachel Zabawa[4]; 4. 2A-Austin Wood[7]; 5. 297-Dillon Berglan[8]; 6. 14D-Tylen Trammel[9]; 7. 7C-Phillip Cordova[6]; 8. (DNF) 5A-Ava Gropp[1]; 9. (DNF) 111-Mark Reynolds[5]; 10. (DQ) 29-Blake Scott[10]

Race 94 (8 Laps): 1. 30-Jacob Barton[1]; 2. 94C-Craig Ronk[2]; 3. 5R-Chase Rodgers[3]; 4. 58-Carl Lebo[7]; 5. 55X-Lucas Mauldin[6]; 6. 9M-Keith McIntyre Jr[9]; 7. 71J-Jaxton Wiggs[10]; 8. 97-Damian Norbury[4]; 9. 69U-Robert Burnett[5]; 10. (DNF) 77-Preston Norbury[8]

Race 95 (8 Laps): 1. 8P-Caleb Pence[1]; 2. 53X-Daniel Robinson[5]; 3. 24S-Colby Sokol[2]; 4. 15J-Joe Bob Lee[4]; 5. 73B-Braden Chiaramonte[6]; 6. 126-Autumn Criste[3]; 7. 82-Robert Randolph[9]; 8. 22H-Hank Soares[7]; 9. 33L-Laike Imm[8]; 10. 10R-Ray Brewer[10]

Race 96 (8 Laps): 1. 11K-Shawn Mahaffey[1]; 2. 86-Zach Wigal[7]; 3. 54X-Maverick Myrick[8]; 4. 14A-Pat Kelly[3]; 5. 11C-Darren Brown[6]; 6. 75-Mal Mullens[2]; 7. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[4]; 8. 08S-Stefan Sidur[9]; 9. 1B-Brian Bennett[5]; 10. (DNF) 27Q-Kaden Weger[10]

Race 97 (8 Laps): 1. 20Q-Brecken Reese[3]; 2. 5E-Bobby Chapa[1]; 3. 26M-Gavin Miller[6]; 4. 151-Joe B Miller[8]; 5. 74-Robby Brockman[4]; 6. 08C-Cannon McIntosh[5]; 7. 5N-Reece Shelton[7]; 8. 27-Jace Alvarez[9]; 9. 18-Aidan Leingang[2]; 10. 79-Bryson Turner[10]

Race 98 (8 Laps): 1. 21$-Cash Lovenburg[1]; 2. 19E-Edward Hartley III[2]; 3. 101-Brock Berreth[4]; 4. 00T-Cole Tinsley[5]; 5. 5-Bradley Huish[8]; 6. 5X-Axton Romero[6]; 7. 54K-Kinser Endicott[10]; 8. 81-Dekota Gay[3]; 9. 9-Bryce Comer[9]; 10. 3B-Caleb Burge[7]

Race 99 (8 Laps): 1. 14R-Jake Nail[4]; 2. 6B-Blake Parmley[1]; 3. 13-Elijah Gile[5]; 4. 7P-Dylan Ramey[3]; 5. 16F-Matthew Francis[8]; 6. 74T-Tommy Thompson[6]; 7. 45D-Seth Duty[9]; 8. (DNF) 54-Trey Gropp[7]; 9. (DNF) 13C-William Conner[2]; 10. (DNS) 29C-Connor Borah

Race 100 (8 Laps): 1. 83X-Jett Hays[3]; 2. 20H-John Hull[1]; 3. 3J-Cale Coons[7]; 4. 22-Curtis Jones[5]; 5. 29X-Mason Daugherty[4]; 6. 43T-Jack Thomas[9]; 7. 23L-Tyler LaPointe[10]; 8. 97B-Donnie Burrows[2]; 9. 9K-Kieran Casillas[6]; 10. 53-Graham Hamilton[8]

Race 101 (8 Laps): 1. 21J-Kameron Key[2]; 2. 6W-Colin White[4]; 3. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[3]; 4. 29S-Shawn Bloomquist[7]; 5. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[8]; 6. 42A-Ashley Afdahl[1]; 7. 727-Shawn McKinney[6]; 8. 75T-Tyler Johnson[9]; 9. (DNF) 12G-Gage Robb[5]; 10. (DNS) 19S-Sam Johnson

Race 102 (8 Laps): 1. 2X-Jadyn Friesen[3]; 2. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[5]; 3. 22Z-Jaxon Bishop[8]; 4. 13Z-Chris Counter[9]; 5. 16-Darrius Myers[7]; 6. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[6]; 7. 21-Bruce Comer[1]; 8. (DNF) 22M-Sammy McNabb[10]; 9. (DNF) 72D-Derrick Black[2]; 10. (DNF) 33-Cruz Dickerson[4]

Race 103 (8 Laps): 1. 19-Tomas Partington[1]; 2. 48K-Darin Naida[4]; 3. 71K-Daison Pursley[5]; 4. 9T-Christopher Townsend[3]; 5. 17J-Jacob Johnston[6]; 6. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[10]; 7. 95-Paige Moss[9]; 8. 33X-Evan Harvey[8]; 9. 14K-Landon Muehlberger[2]; 10. 81G-Giancarlo Ramessar[7]

Race 104 (8 Laps): 1. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[3]; 2. 88X-Cody Christensen[8]; 3. 08-Peter Smith[1]; 4. 13T-Caiden Mitchell[5]; 5. 16S-Seth Shebester[9]; 6. 02C-Cale McGee[2]; 7. 85J-Logan Julien[7]; 8. 11D-Dominic White[6]; 9. 70-Dwight Green[4]; 10. (DNF) 15H-Jace Hale[10]

Race 105 (8 Laps): 1. 24-JW Henderson[2]; 2. 28H-Chelby Hinton[5]; 3. 83-Brant Woods[1]; 4. 3-Cole Schroeder[7]; 5. 2-Travis Sullivan[3]; 6. 73-Jason McDougal[8]; 7. 82S-Austin Sanders[10]; 8. 122-Lane Warner[9]; 9. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[6]; 10. 16B-Brady Amos[4]

Race 106 (8 Laps): 1. 49-Cameron La Rose[1]; 2. 52J-Conner Long[2]; 3. 10X-Bradyn Warren[3]; 4. 10T-Taylor Morgan[5]; 5. 2E-Eric Botelho[10]; 6. 69-Devin Crawley[7]; 7. 55T-McKenna Haase[6]; 8. 24P-Ryker Pace[9]; 9. 27W-Shawn Wicker[8]; 10. 28S-Daniel Smith[4]

Race 107 (8 Laps): 1. 11L-Laydon Pearson[1]; 2. 51X-Dalton Parreira[4]; 3. 24F-Connor Wolf[3]; 4. 3T-Trevor McIntire[9]; 5. 08J-Jace McIntosh[7]; 6. 12C-Chase Spicola[6]; 7. 18D-Devon Debrick[2]; 8. 11-Harrison Robards[5]; 9. 6X-Mark Martin[8]; 10. (DNS) 18F-Steve Finn

Race 108 (8 Laps): 1. 88W-Eric Wright[1]; 2. 51K-Caleb Martin[3]; 3. 77R-Robbie Smith[8]; 4. 15S-TJ Smith[6]; 5. 17S-Baron Silva[2]; 6. 96-Jayson Campbell[7]; 7. 14T-Tyler Walton[5]; 8. 15M-Collin Mitchell[9]; 9. 23B-Beckham Malone[4]; 10. 9D-Degan Lelsz[10]

Race 109 (8 Laps): 1. 66C-Carsen Perkins[1]; 2. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[2]; 3. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[4]; 4. 97L-Connor Lundy[3]; 5. 88J-Joey Amantea[8]; 6. 5S-Gunnar Setser[9]; 7. 12B-Brandon Boggs[7]; 8. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[5]; 9. 98-James Roselli[6]; 10. 7G-Ollie Geiger[10]

Race 110 (8 Laps): 1. 4Y-Jett Yantis[1]; 2. 10K-Koda Oller[2]; 3. 3R-Hunter Rhoades[3]; 4. 10-Patrick Lundy[4]; 5. 55C-Trevor Cline[9]; 6. 17F-Santino Ferrucci[8]; 7. 77E-Cole Esgar[6]; 8. 66-Jayden Clay[10]; 9. 49S-Mike Snelling[7]; 10. 14H-Harley Whatley[5]

Race 111 (8 Laps): 1. 57-Kyle Chady[1]; 2. 21P-Case Piper[3]; 3. 45M-Megan Thomas[4]; 4. 5K-Gavan Boschele[7]; 5. 36T-Jake Neuman[6]; 6. 88-Austin Torgerson[8]; 7. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[10]; 8. 8S-Landyn Snider[2]; 9. 21K-Keegan Osantowski[9]; 10. 14M-Mike Austin[5]

Race 112 (8 Laps): 1. 15C-Brody Brown[1]; 2. 3Z-Trey Zorn[4]; 3. 93C-Matt Carr[5]; 4. 87C-Brenham Crouch[2]; 5. 29L-Jackson Lauderbaugh[3]; 6. 14B-Ethan Burdett[9]; 7. 05-Joshua Spatola[6]; 8. 57T-Kyle Thompson[10]; 9. 570-Prestyn Brown[7]; 10. 3S-Will Scribner[8]

Race 113 (8 Laps): 1. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[1]; 2. 2K-Kooper Kelly[2]; 3. 73X-Wyatt Miller[8]; 4. 55B-Jett Barnes[6]; 5. 49Z-Zak Moore[9]; 6. 787-Brody Wake[3]; 7. 36S-Darren Stewart[5]; 8. 26C-Chase McDermand[4]; 9. 21G-Garth Kasiner[7]

Race 114 (8 Laps): 1. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[4]; 2. 24T-Glenn James Bratti[1]; 3. 20-Kyle Spence[8]; 4. 36B-Cole Bodine[3]; 5. 57L-Jacob Lucas[5]; 6. 10P-Brian Potter[6]; 7. 23C-Josh Castro[9]; 8. 26P-Preston Lattomus[2]; 9. 99X-Trey Gibbs[7]

Race 115 (8 Laps): 1. 36K-Kris Carroll[8]; 2. 14F-Bobby Wofford Jr[1]; 3. 4N-Ryan Winter[4]; 4. 91K-Kevin Bayer[6]; 5. 68-Landon Ellis[9]; 6. 6C-Trevor Casey[3]; 7. 191-Bash Ferguson[2]; 8. 29D-Dylan Menditto[7]; 9. 45-Bradley Cox[5]

Race 116 (8 Laps): 1. 7J-Michael Faccinto[2]; 2. 52H-Hayden Mabe[1]; 3. 88R-Ryder Laplante[5]; 4. 1-Kortland Stephens[3]; 5. 17A-Austin Barnhill[7]; 6. 36R-Kevin Reed[8]; 7. 38S-Tim Snelling[6]; 8. 84S-Sean Cleavland[9]; 9. 6T-Robert Tidaback[4]

Race 117 (8 Laps): 1. 18K-Brayden Kongdara[4]; 2. 81X-Frank Flud[6]; 3. 8J-Jonathan Beason[3]; 4. 10B-Braden Pfeiffer[9]; 5. 110-Karter Battarbee[2]; 6. 21C-Carter Holt[7]; 7. 8-Coleten Agee[8]; 8. 97T-Matt Taylor[1]; 9. 7-Quinn Thurein[5]

E-Features (Top 2 to corresponding D-Feature)

Race 214 - E1 (8 Laps): 1. 5T-Tommy Velasquez III[2]; 2. 7-Quinn Thurein[4]; 3. 97M-Scotty Milan[8]; 4. 70-Dwight Green[5]; 5. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[3]; 6. 77-Preston Norbury[9]; 7. 33L-Laike Imm[1]; 8. 22T-Thomas Byford[6]; 9. 72D-Derrick Black[7]

Race 215 - E2 (8 Laps): 1. 98-James Roselli[3]; 2. 27W-Shawn Wicker[1]; 3. 23B-Beckham Malone[5]; 4. 18F-Steve Finn[7]; 5. 49S-Mike Snelling[2]; 6. 30X-John Crowder[6]; 7. 44-Anthony Sunde[4]; 8. (DNS) 14K-Landon Muehlberger; 9. (DNS) 40G-Jason Gariss

Race 216 - E3 (8 Laps): 1. 570-Prestyn Brown[1]; 2. 59X-Richie Harvey[6]; 3. 14H-Harley Whatley[7]; 4. 10R-Ray Brewer[3]; 5. 53-Graham Hamilton[5]; 6. 5B-Cade Bierman[2]; 7. 6T-Robert Tidaback[4]; 8. (DNS) 6X-Mark Martin; 9. (DNS) 17H-Henry Chambers

Race 217 - E4 (8 Laps): 1. 21G-Garth Kasiner[2]; 2. 97B-Donnie Burrows[1]; 3. 111-Mark Reynolds[3]; 4. (DNF) 3S-Will Scribner[5]; 5. (DNF) 27Q-Kaden Weger[4]; 6. (DNS) 51-Joshua Huish; 7. (DNS) 9C-Cade Cowles; 8. (DNS) 14M-Mike Austin; 9. (DNS) U2-Ryan Cotney

Race 218 - E5 (8 Laps): 1. 99-Brett Osborn[5]; 2. 8S-Landyn Snider[1]; 3. 3B-Caleb Burge[7]; 4. 29C-Connor Borah[9]; 5. 99X-Trey Gibbs[2]; 6. 79-Bryson Turner[4]; 7. 37X-Xander Dundon[6]; 8. 71A-Anthony Rea[8]; 9. 69U-Robert Burnett[3]

Race 219 - E6 (8 Laps): 1. 26P-Preston Lattomus[1]; 2. 5A-Ava Gropp[2]; 3. 33-Cruz Dickerson[6]; 4. 15H-Jace Hale[3]; 5. 18G-Leonard Scheumack[4]; 6. 81G-Giancarlo Ramessar[5]; 7. (DNS) 1B-Brian Bennett; 8. (DNS) 9A-Luke Lane; 9. (DNS) 19S-Sam Johnson

Race 220 - E7 (8 Laps): 1. 21H-Levi Hinck[1]; 2. 18-Aidan Leingang[3]; 3. 16B-Brady Amos[5]; 4. 31B-Braxton Weger[4]; 5. 9D-Degan Lelsz[2]; 6. (DNS) 97T-Matt Taylor; 7. (DNS) 12G-Gage Robb; 8. (DNS) 24G-Greyson Springer

Race 221 - E8 (8 Laps): 1. 9K-Kieran Casillas[2]; 2. 45-Bradley Cox[3]; 3. 13C-William Conner[6]; 4. 31-Chad Lobb[1]; 5. 00S-TJ Stark[5]; 6. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[7]; 7. 28S-Daniel Smith[8]; 8. 7G-Ollie Geiger[4]

D-Features (Top 2 to corresponding C-Feature)

Race 222 - D1 (10 Laps): 1. 66J-Holden Jennings[1]; 2. 122-Lane Warner[8]; 3. 12C-Chase Spicola[3]; 4. 99M-Mason Seubert[4]; 5. 95-Paige Moss[2]; 6. 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[6]; 7. 55T-McKenna Haase[7]; 8. 5T-Tommy Velasquez III[13]; 9. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[9]; 10. 66-Jayden Clay[5]; 11. 7-Quinn Thurein[14]; 12. 191-Bash Ferguson[10]; 13. 11D-Dominic White[11]; 14. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[12]

Race 223 - D2 (10 Laps): 1. 2-Travis Sullivan[1]; 2. 77E-Cole Esgar[3]; 3. 23C-Josh Castro[2]; 4. 24P-Ryker Pace[4]; 5. 18W-Wyatt Bruce[5]; 6. 98-James Roselli[9]; 7. 27W-Shawn Wicker[10]; 8. A51-Jason Trosper[6]; 9. 20K-Skyler Keeney[7]; 10. 97-Damian Norbury[8]; 11. (DNS) 10P-Brian Potter; 12. (DNS) 71J-Jaxton Wiggs; 13. (DNS) 57T-Kyle Thompson; 14. (DNS) 5N-Reece Shelton

Race 224 - D3 (10 Laps): 1. 15M-Collin Mitchell[8]; 2. 17S-Baron Silva[2]; 3. 23X-Rhea Lynn Moss[3]; 4. 29L-Jackson Lauderbaugh[1]; 5. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[9]; 6. 05-Joshua Spatola[7]; 7. 12M-Shawn Marquez Jr[5]; 8. 570-Prestyn Brown[13]; 9. 85J-Logan Julien[6]; 10. 22H-Hank Soares[10]; 11. 114-Sawyer Kiner[11]; 12. 45D-Seth Duty[4]; 13. 59X-Richie Harvey[12]; 14. (DNS) 26C-Chase McDermand

Race 225 - D4 (10 Laps): 1. 22X-Riley Goodno[2]; 2. 12B-Brandon Boggs[5]; 3. 38S-Tim Snelling[6]; 4. 21G-Garth Kasiner[10]; 5. 3D-Trent Dixon[1]; 6. 97B-Donnie Burrows[11]; 7. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[9]; 8. 126-Autumn Criste[4]; 9. 8-Coleten Agee[3]; 10. 84S-Sean Cleavland[7]; 11. 25J-Delaney Jost[8]; 12. (DNS) 110-Karter Battarbee; 13. (DNS) 54-Trey Gropp; 14. (DNS) 61C-Chris Parmley

Race 226 - D5 (10 Laps): 1. 17C-Christian Galicia[1]; 2. 8S-Landyn Snider[12]; 3. 4S-Spencer Hill[5]; 4. 9-Bryce Comer[10]; 5. 33X-Evan Harvey[7]; 6. 1H-Jett Nunley[2]; 7. 11-Harrison Robards[9]; 8. 787-Brody Wake[3]; 9. 19J-Justin Robison[6]; 10. 29D-Dylan Menditto[8]; 11. 74T-Tommy Thompson[4]; 12. 99-Brett Osborn[11]; 13. (DNS) 14T-Tyler Walton; 14. (DNS) 21T-Tommy Kunsman

Race 227 - D6 (10 Laps): 1. 08C-Cannon McIntosh[3]; 2. 12U-Tyler Davenport[2]; 3. 08S-Stefan Sidur[7]; 4. 24R-Ryder Wells[4]; 5. 36S-Darren Stewart[8]; 6. 6C-Trevor Casey[5]; 7. 14C-Connor Gross[1]; 8. 7S-Kanon Posey[10]; 9. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[11]; 10. 1T-Taylor Whitefield[9]; 11. 26P-Preston Lattomus[13]; 12. 5A-Ava Gropp[14]; 13. 42A-Ashley Afdahl[6]; 14. 21K-Keegan Osantowski[12]

Race 228 - D7 (10 Laps): 1. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[1]; 2. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[4]; 3. 5X-Axton Romero[2]; 4. 7C-Phillip Cordova[6]; 5. 94-Hayden Wise[3]; 6. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[9]; 7. 75-Mal Mullens[5]; 8. 7A-Aaron Jesina[8]; 9. 18-Aidan Leingang[14]; 10. 81-Dekota Gay[12]; 11. 21H-Levi Hinck[13]; 12. 7F-Nolan Bartley[11]; 13. 27-Jace Alvarez[7]; 14. 21-Bruce Comer[10]

Race 229 - D8 (10 Laps): 1. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[2]; 2. 82-Robert Randolph[1]; 3. 22M-Sammy McNabb[4]; 4. 18T-Lexa Turner[3]; 5. 671-Waylon Phillips[11]; 6. 75T-Tyler Johnson[7]; 7. 28C-Carson Brown[12]; 8. 727-Shawn McKinney[6]; 9. 02C-Cale McGee[5]; 10. 78C-Chance Cody[8]; 11. 18D-Devon Debrick[9]; 12. 45-Bradley Cox[14]; 13. 9K-Kieran Casillas[13]; 14. 11A-Jaden Alexander[10]

C-Features (Top 2 to corresponding B-Feature)

Race 230 - C1 (10 Laps): 1. 319-Haidyn Hansen[2]; 2. 38-Riley Osantowski[1]; 3. 1-Kortland Stephens[9]; 4. 297-Dillon Berglan[3]; 5. 61-Kenny Koelsch[7]; 6. 14B-Ethan Burdett[8]; 7. 13T-Caiden Mitchell[6]; 8. 57L-Jacob Lucas[12]; 9. 122-Lane Warner[14]; 10. 36T-Jake Neuman[10]; 11. 11H-Nicholas Harris[11]; 12. 15N-Neal Allison[5]; 13. 66J-Holden Jennings[13]; 14. 10X-Bradyn Warren[4]

Race 231 - C2 (10 Laps): 1. 67-JJ Loss[2]; 2. 20G-Noah Gass[3]; 3. C71-Carter Jensrud[1]; 4. 16-Darrius Myers[5]; 5. 87C-Brenham Crouch[8]; 6. 10T-Taylor Morgan[4]; 7. 77E-Cole Esgar[12]; 8. 2-Travis Sullivan[11]; 9. 56-Michael Hubert[10]; 10. 80-Cody Caldwell[9]; 11. 8B-Dustin Bottoms[7]; 12. 15J-Joe Bob Lee[6]; 13. (DNS) 5-Bradley Huish; 14. (DNS) 24F-Connor Wolf

Race 232 - C3 (10 Laps): 1. 72-Alex Karpowicz[1]; 2. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[3]; 3. 1C-Connor Lee[2]; 4. 95A-Eli Adams[6]; 5. 3R-Hunter Rhoades[4]; 6. 17S-Baron Silva[12]; 7. 15M-Collin Mitchell[13]; 8. 14-Blake Battles[5]; 9. 29K-Levi Kuntz[9]; 10. 08J-Jace McIntosh[7]; 11. 5G-Landon Graham[11]; 12. 10-Patrick Lundy[8]; 13. 74-Robby Brockman[10]; 14. (DNS) 1F-Jason Friesen

Race 233 - C4 (10 Laps): 1. 15S-TJ Smith[2]; 2. 3E-Drake Edwards[8]; 3. 22X-Riley Goodno[11]; 4. 62-Rachel Zabawa[1]; 5. 24S-Colby Sokol[3]; 6. 14A-Pat Kelly[6]; 7. 55X-Lucas Mauldin[7]; 8. 17A-Austin Barnhill[5]; 9. 12B-Brandon Boggs[12]; 10. 54K-Kinser Endicott[9]; 11. 29X-Mason Daugherty[10]; 12. 08-Peter Smith[4]; 13. (DNS) 8J-Jonathan Beason; 14. (DNS) 88J-Joey Amantea

Race 234 - C5 (10 Laps): 1. 55B-Jett Barnes[2]; 2. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[4]; 3. 83-Brant Woods[6]; 4. 21B-Justin Bates[3]; 5. 14D-Tylen Trammel[7]; 6. 8S-Landyn Snider[11]; 7. 7P-Dylan Ramey[8]; 8. 77K-Kyle Fernandez[5]; 9. (DNF) 17C-Christian Galicia[10]; 10. (DNF) 101-Brock Berreth[1]; 11. (DNS) 73B-Braden Chiaramonte; 12. (DNS) 73-Jason McDougal; 13. (DNS) 49A-Aiden Price

Race 235 - C6 (10 Laps): 1. 91K-Kevin Bayer[2]; 2. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[1]; 3. 91-Ryan Mueller[3]; 4. 75M-Buddy Mullens[4]; 5. 08C-Cannon McIntosh[11]; 6. 9T-Christopher Townsend[6]; 7. 9M-Keith McIntyre Jr[7]; 8. 44K-Cory Kelley[5]; 9. 17F-Santino Ferrucci[8]; 10. 11C-Darren Brown[9]; 11. 12U-Tyler Davenport[12]; 12. 69-Devin Crawley[10]; 13. (DNS) 12R-Trey Robb; 14. (DNS) 82S-Austin Sanders

Race 236 - C7 (10 Laps): 1. 45M-Megan Thomas[1]; 2. 00T-Cole Tinsley[5]; 3. 97L-Connor Lundy[8]; 4. 87-Reed Whitney[6]; 5. 88-Austin Torgerson[10]; 6. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[14]; 7. 43T-Jack Thomas[7]; 8. 96-Jayson Campbell[12]; 9. 16F-Matthew Francis[9]; 10. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[11]; 11. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[13]; 12. 5R-Chase Rodgers[3]; 13. 83W-Shane Weeks[2]; 14. 9B-Casey Bauman[4]

Race 237 - C8 (10 Laps): 1. 76-Maverick Elkins[2]; 2. 4N-Ryan Winter[1]; 3. 02-Ashton Torgerson[6]; 4. 22-Curtis Jones[5]; 5. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[3]; 6. 17J-Jacob Johnston[9]; 7. 5S-Gunnar Setser[7]; 8. 36B-Cole Bodine[8]; 9. 21C-Carter Holt[12]; 10. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[11]; 11. 82-Robert Randolph[13]; 12. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[4]; 13. (DNF) 36R-Kevin Reed[10]; 14. (DNS) 10G-Scout Spraggins

Stock Non-Wing

Top 112 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 8 Qualifying Races

Race 142 (8 Laps): 1. 26C-Chase McDermand[2]; 2. 08-Peter Smith[10]; 3. 29C-Connor Borah[9]; 4. 86-Zach Wigal[5]; 5. 2-Travis Sullivan[8]; 6. 85J-Logan Julien[6]; 7. 3S-Will Scribner[4]; 8. 97L-Connor Lundy[1]; 9. 30X-John Crowder[3]; 10. 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[7]

Race 143 (8 Laps): 1. 23X-Rhea Lynn Moss[1]; 2. 19J-Justin Robison[2]; 3. 4Y-Jett Yantis[5]; 4. 4B-Brandt Twitty[8]; 5. 18D-Devon Debrick[3]; 6. 9T-Christopher Townsend[10]; 7. 11A-Jaden Alexander[6]; 8. 74T-Tommy Thompson Jr[7]; 9. 44X-Gunner Shroyer[9]; 10. 58-Carl Lebo[4]

Race 144 (8 Laps): 1. 26K-Kale Drake[1]; 2. 138-Karson Battarbee[2]; 3. 29K-Levi Kuntz[4]; 4. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[10]; 5. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[8]; 6. 5S-Gunnar Setser[9]; 7. 14K-Landon Muehlberger[5]; 8. 51X-Dalton Parreira[6]; 9. 5P-Brock Pinkerous[7]; 10. 5E-Bobby Chapa[3]

Race 145 (8 Laps): 1. 5C-Alex Ruppert[1]; 2. 28H-Chelby Hinton[3]; 3. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[5]; 4. 1F-Jason Friesen[4]; 5. 52H-Hayden Mabe[6]; 6. 96-Jayson Campbell[8]; 7. 17S-Baron Silva[7]; 8. 97B-Donnie Burrows[10]; 9. (DNF) 1B-Brian Bennett[2]; 10. (DNF) 6X-Mark Martin[9]

Race 146 (8 Laps): 1. 77R-Robbie Smith[1]; 2. 26M-Gavin Miller[5]; 3. 21G-Garth Kasiner[2]; 4. 93C-Matt Carr[7]; 5. 36S-Darren Stewart[3]; 6. 22-Curtis Jones[6]; 7. 8M-Mickey Bullock[4]; 8. 18G-Leonard Scheumack[8]; 9. 99X-Trey Gibbs[9]; 10. (DNS) 75-Mal Mullens

Race 147 (8 Laps): 1. 01J-Mitchel Moles[3]; 2. 67-JJ Loss[2]; 3. 5X-Axton Romero[4]; 4. 38-Riley Osantowski[8]; 5. 49X-Ace Moore[7]; 6. 92B-Eric Bartlett[5]; 7. 33X-Evan Harvey[1]; 8. 92S-Justin Simpson[6]; 9. 23M-Garrett Massey[10]; 10. 84S-Sean Cleavland[9]

Race 148 (8 Laps): 1. 11K-Shawn Mahaffey[4]; 2. 88T-Tony Penick[2]; 3. 56-Michael Hubert[7]; 4. 78J-Joe Askew[1]; 5. 81-Dekota Gay[8]; 6. 94L-Gage Laney[10]; 7. 5R-Chase Rodgers[9]; 8. 172-Greg Reynolds[3]; 9. 6C-Trevor Casey[6]; 10. 21C-Carter Holt[5]

Race 149 (8 Laps): 1. 25A-Anton Hernandez[3]; 2. 15C-Brody Brown[6]; 3. 31W-Brian McClelland[10]; 4. 18K-Brayden Kongdara[9]; 5. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[2]; 6. 74-Robby Brockman[7]; 7. 27-Jace Alvarez[8]; 8. 16-Darrius Myers[1]; 9. 21A-Kainan Baker[4]; 10. (DNF) 29M-Lawrence Mann[5]

Race 150 (8 Laps): 1. 87C-Brenham Crouch[5]; 2. 12G-Gage Robb[1]; 3. 3L-Jimmy Leal[3]; 4. 16F-Matthew Francis[4]; 5. 12C-Chase Spicola[8]; 6. 9M-Keith McIntyre Jr[7]; 7. J5-Johnny Burge[2]; 8. 20T-Tony Morris[6]; 9. (DNS) 11-Brandon Martin; 10. (DNS) 61C-Chris Parmley

Race 151 (8 Laps): 1. 01-Weldon Buford[1]; 2. 15S-TJ Smith[4]; 3. 12M-Shawn Marquez Jr[2]; 4. 57-Kyle Chady[3]; 5. 27Q-Kaden Weger[6]; 6. 9K-Kieran Casillas[5]; 7. 2S-Ryan Saunders[7]; 8. 25J-Delaney Jost[10]; 9. 82-Robert Randolph[9]; 10. 1T-Taylor Whitefield[8]

Race 152 (8 Laps): 1. 11L-Laydon Pearson[8]; 2. 14L-Logan Heath[9]; 3. 570-Prestyn Brown[2]; 4. 44K-Cory Kelley[10]; 5. 24S-Colby Sokol[7]; 6. 6B-Blake Parmley[5]; 7. 37X-Xander Dundon[1]; 8. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[4]; 9. 13L-Jack Lobin[3]; 10. 7P-Dylan Ramey[6]

Race 153 (8 Laps): 1. 24-JW Henderson[2]; 2. 71K-Daison Pursley[6]; 3. 29S-Shawn Bloomquist[4]; 4. 62-Rachel Zabawa[3]; 5. 77E-Cole Esgar[8]; 6. 126-Autumn Criste[5]; 7. 15J-Joe Bob Lee[9]; 8. 77-Preston Norbury[7]; 9. 78C-Chance Cody[1]; 10. 17F-Santino Ferrucci[10]

Race 154 (8 Laps): 1. 33N-Jett Nunley[1]; 2. 71J-Jaxton Wiggs[2]; 3. 8-Coleten Agee[3]; 4. 33W-Rece Wommack[6]; 5. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[10]; 6. 671-Waylon Phillips[5]; 7. 3R-Hunter Rhoades[4]; 8. 111-Mark Reynolds[9]; 9. 08S-Stefen Sidur[8]; 10. 07-Jacob Kirchoff[7]

Race 155 (8 Laps): 1. 68-Landon Ellis[6]; 2. 24A-KJ Snow[3]; 3. 18-Aidan Leingang[4]; 4. 07Z-Zak Gorski[7]; 5. 02C-Cale McGee[5]; 6. 45-Bradley Cox[8]; 7. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[10]; 8. J37-Jovi Duffy[9]; 9. 38H-Levi Henderson[1]; 10. (DNF) 77M-Mikee Brunker[2]

Race 156 (8 Laps): 1. 13-Elijah Gile[1]; 2. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[3]; 3. R7-Kyle Spence[8]; 4. 14-Blake Battles[5]; 5. 73-Jason McDougal[7]; 6. 98-James Roselli[6]; 7. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[2]; 8. 727-Shawn McKinney[9]; 9. M17-Mason Jensrud[4]; 10. (DNS) 97T-Matt Taylor

Race 157 (8 Laps): 1. 16S-Seth Shebester[3]; 2. 21K-Keegan Osantowski[1]; 3. 22Z-Jaxon Bishop[7]; 4. 14J-Eric Jennings[10]; 5. 43-Parker Perry[8]; 6. 84M-Dalten Maust[9]; 7. 72D-Derrick Black[2]; 8. 9$-Eddie Ramsey[6]; 9. 667-Amie Donner[4]; 10. (DNF) 14F-Bobby Wofford Jr[5]

Race 158 (8 Laps): 1. 15-Jase Randolph[4]; 2. 6W-Colin White[3]; 3. 39H-Colton Hardy[6]; 4. 2B-Garrett Benson[8]; 5. 36R-Kevin Reed[9]; 6. 5T-Tommy Velasquez III[10]; 7. 88R-Ryder Laplante[2]; 8. (DNF) 97-Damian Norbury[1]; 9. (DNF) 7J-Michael Faccinto[7]; 10. (DQ) 7S-Kanon Posey[5]

Race 159 (8 Laps): 1. 49-Cameron La Rose[4]; 2. 11G-Avery Goodman[6]; 3. 3Z-Trey Zorn[5]; 4. 98D-Mason Daugherty[1]; 5. 08J-Jace McIntosh[9]; 6. 20-Shon Deskins[8]; 7. 20G-Noah Gass[7]; 8. 45M-Megan Thomas[10]; 9. 20S-Shali Buck[3]; 10. (DNF) 8J-Jonathan Beason[2]

Race 160 (8 Laps): 1. 151-Joe B Miller[4]; 2. 2X-Jadyn Friesen[6]; 3. 20Q-Brecken Reese[8]; 4. 4C-Cole McDaniel[1]; 5. 99D-Bryant Dawson[3]; 6. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[5]; 7. 51K-Caleb Martin[10]; 8. 787-Brody Wake[7]; 9. 27W-Shawn Wicker[9]; 10. (DNF) 26P-Preston Lattomus[2]

Race 161 (8 Laps): 1. 11M-Lawrence Mann Jr[7]; 2. 7C-Phillip Cordova[9]; 3. 12U-Tyler Davenport[4]; 4. 21-Bruce Comer[2]; 5. 28-Garrett Bias[5]; 6. C71-Carter Jensrud[8]; 7. (DNF) 05-Joshua Spatola[1]; 8. (DNF) 57T-Kyle Thompson[6]; 9. (DNF) 14T-Tyler Walton[10]; 10. (DNF) 87-Reed Whitney[3]

Race 162 (8 Laps): 1. 49A-Aiden Price[4]; 2. 19S-Sam Johnson[3]; 3. 41-Logan Rumsey[1]; 4. 24F-Connor Wolf[2]; 5. 12R-Trey Robb[6]; 6. 8S-Austin Stone[7]; 7. 4H-Bob Hentschel[10]; 8. 3B-Caleb Burge[9]; 9. 2A-Austin Wood[8]; 10. 33L-Laike Imm[5]

Race 163 (8 Laps): 1. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[9]; 2. 4X-Teagen Moles[4]; 3. 89-Jace Park[10]; 4. 3E-Drake Edwards[3]; 5. 007-Cody Carter[6]; 6. 83W-Shane Weeks[5]; 7. 10P-Brian Potter[7]; 8. 77B-Randall Boren[8]; 9. 6T-Robert Tidaback[1]; 10. 14P-Page Perrine[2]

Race 164 (8 Laps): 1. 2L-Austin Lambert[1]; 2. 24T-Glenn James Bratti[2]; 3. 14A-Pat Kelly[3]; 4. 480-Cory Green[8]; 5. 31-Chad Lobb[10]; 6. 51-Joshua Huish[9]; 7. 29D-Dylan Menditto[5]; 8. 20H-John Hull[4]; 9. 20K-Skyler Keeney[6]; 10. (DNF) 10X-Bradyn Warren[7]

Race 165 (8 Laps): 1. 101-Brock Berreth[3]; 2. 30-Jacob Barton[2]; 3. 24R-Ryder Wells[9]; 4. 3T-Trevor McIntire[5]; 5. 53X-Daniel Robinson[8]; 6. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[10]; 7. 59X-Richie Harvey[1]; 8. 18F-Steve Finn[4]; 9. 53-Graham Hamilton[7]; 10. 5W-Cody Wiegert[6]

Race 166 (8 Laps): 1. 17B-Quinton Benson[2]; 2. 15N-Neal Allison[3]; 3. 73B-Braden Chiaramonte[6]; 4. 12B-Brandon Boggs[7]; 5. 14M-Mike Austin[5]; 6. 72-Alex Karpowicz[10]; 7. 28B-Robby Bias[1]; 8. 83-Brant Woods[8]; 9. 5B-Cade Bierman[4]; 10. 70-Dwight Green[9]

Race 167 (8 Laps): 1. 71-Tim Buckwalter[1]; 2. 08C-Cannon McIntosh[7]; 3. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[4]; 4. 32L-Brian Lunsford[10]; 5. 21P-Case Piper[3]; 6. 27E-Ethan Wicker[2]; 7. 13X-Chase Howard[6]; 8. 23L-Tyler LaPointe[8]; 9. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[9]; 10. (DNF) 17J-Jacob Johnston[5]

Race 168 (8 Laps): 1. 00T-Cole Tinsley[2]; 2. 5K-Gavan Boschele[10]; 3. 97M-Scotty Milan[6]; 4. 4N-Ryan Winter[7]; 5. 122-Lane Warner[9]; 6. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[5]; 7. A51-Jason Trosper[8]; 8. 23B-Beckham Malone[1]; 9. 38S-Tim Snelling[3]; 10. (DNF) 14H-Harley Whatley[4]

Race 169 (8 Laps): 1. 55B-Jett Barnes[2]; 2. 9B-Casey Bauman[4]; 3. 8X-Josh Marcham[7]; 4. 33K-Kelby Wright[8]; 5. 16B-Brady Amos[5]; 6. 13C-William Conner[6]; 7. 49S-Mike Snelling[10]; 8. (DNF) 7K-Mason Keefer[1]; 9. (DNF) 17T-Talon McConnell[3]; 10. (DNF) 60-Robert Lee[9]

Race 170 (8 Laps): 1. 21$-Cash Lovenburg[1]; 2. 3W-Chris Cochran[7]; 3. 3J-Cale Coons[10]; 4. 17A-Austin Barnhill[3]; 5. 48K-Darin Naida[6]; 6. 55P-Dalton Burley[5]; 7. 10R-Ray Brewer[2]; 8. 10T-Taylor Morgan[9]; 9. (DNF) 75M-Buddy Mullens[4]; 10. (DNF) 69U-Robert Burnett[8]

Race 171 (8 Laps): 1. 36J-Kyle Jones[1]; 2. 11C-Darren Brown[7]; 3. 76-Maverick Elkins[4]; 4. 13T-Caiden Mitchell[8]; 5. 4S-Spencer Hill[3]; 6. 10-Patrick Lundy[5]; 7. 7G-Ollie Geiger[2]; 8. (DNF) 8C-Jake Branham[6]; 9. (DNS) 17H-Henry Chambers; 10. (DNS) 84D-Dave Nicholson

Race 172 (8 Laps): 1. 88J-Joey Amantea[2]; 2. 5G-Landon Graham[1]; 3. 36B-Cole Bodine[7]; 4. 21B-Justin Bates[3]; 5. 1C-Connor Lee[9]; 6. 357-Bryce Redenbaugh[8]; 7. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[10]; 8. 49Z-Zak Moore[5]; 9. (DNF) 9A-Luke Lane[4]; 10. (DNF) 13Z-Chris Counter[6]

Race 173 (8 Laps): 1. 32-Trey Marcham[6]; 2. 81X-Frank Flud[3]; 3. 23-Alec Quiggle[1]; 4. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[8]; 5. 9-Bryce Comer[5]; 6. 75T-Tyler Johnson[4]; 7. 2M-Adam Miller[10]; 8. 54-Trey Gropp[7]; 9. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[2]; 10. (DNF) 6-John Kilmer[9]

Race 174 (8 Laps): 1. 59M-Brody Mclaughlin[1]; 2. 1V-Johnny Boland[10]; 3. 99K-Seth Stenzel[6]; 4. 171-Alex Caldwell[7]; 5. 14C-Connor Gross[9]; 6. 28S-Daniel Smith[8]; 7. 10K-Koda Oller[4]; 8. 18T-Lexa Turner[3]; 9. 22T-Thomas Byford[5]; 10. 67S-Grant Stocker[2]

Race 175 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Paige Moss[1]; 2. 15M-Collin Mitchell[4]; 3. 8P-Caleb Pence[5]; 4. 35G-Gaige Weldon[7]; 5. 54X-Maverick Myrick[9]; 6. 99M-Mason Seubert[2]; 7. 77K-Kyle Fernandez[8]; 8. (DNF) 47-Charlie Henderson[3]; 9. (DNF) 1-Kortland Stephens[6]; 10. (DQ) 29-Blake Scott[10]

Race 176 (8 Laps): 1. 66C-Carsen Perkins[1]; 2. 39-Russ Disinger[2]; 3. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[5]; 4. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[8]; 5. 14R-Jake Nail[9]; 6. 8G-Teddy Bivert[7]; 7. 4-Brent Shoemaker[3]; 8. 44P-Jeffery Pahule[10]; 9. 17X-Robert Harbert[4]; 10. (DNF) 112-Jack Kassik[6]

Race 177 (8 Laps): 1. 297-Dillon Berglan[1]; 2. 02-Ashton Torgerson[8]; 3. 52J-Conner Long[6]; 4. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[4]; 5. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[2]; 6. 23C-Josh Castro[3]; 7. 7X-Kaden Smith[7]; 8. 40G-Jason Gariss[5]; 9. (DNS) U2-Ryan Cotney

Race 178 (8 Laps): 1. 10A-Emerson Axsom[2]; 2. 57L-Jacob Lucas[3]; 3. 9C-Cade Cowles[4]; 4. 10S-Scout Spraggins[1]; 5. 5N-Reece Shelton[5]; 6. 9L-Hunter Lane[9]; 7. 33D-Justin Patocka[7]; 8. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[8]; 9. 66-Jayden Clay[6]

Race 179 (8 Laps): 1. 55C-Trevor Cline[1]; 2. 24P-Ryker Pace[4]; 3. 12T-Jason Tyer[9]; 4. 131-Dusty Young[8]; 5. 18W-Wyatt Bruce[5]; 6. 14B-Ethan Burdett[2]; 7. 14D-Tylen Trammel[3]; 8. 66J-Holden Jennings[6]; 9. (DNF) 5-Bradley Huish[7]

Race 180 (8 Laps): 1. 19E-Edward Hartley III[3]; 2. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[1]; 3. 82S-Austin Sanders[7]; 4. 28C-Carson Brown[9]; 5. 36T-Jake Neuman[6]; 6. 22M-Sammy McNabb[4]; 7. 36K-Kris Carroll[8]; 8. 21M-Kiely Ricardo[5]; 9. 44-Anthony Sunde[2]

Race 181 (8 Laps): 1. 21J-Kameron Key[1]; 2. 24G-Greyson Springer[3]; 3. 36-Hunter Creason[2]; 4. 33-Cruz Dickerson[5]; 5. 93-Luke Lucas[4]; 6. 95A-Eli Adams[7]; 7. 75W-TY Marrel[8]; 8. 94-Hayden Wise[9]; 9. 19-Tomas Partington[6]

Race 182 (8 Laps): 1. 88-Austin Torgerson[5]; 2. 110-Karter Battarbee[1]; 3. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[4]; 4. 17-Quinn Jones[9]; 5. 54K-Kinser Endicott[2]; 6. 17C-Christian Galicia[8]; 7. 11T-Taitum McElvany[7]; 8. 8B-Dustin Bottoms[6]; 9. 191-Bash Ferguson[3]

Race 183 (8 Laps): 1. 83X-Jett Hays[1]; 2. 66B-Broedy Graham[7]; 3. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[3]; 4. 5A-Ava Gropp[2]; 5. 3-Cole Schroeder[4]; 6. 91-Ryan Mueller[8]; 7. 51G-Grant Schaadt[5]; 8. 45D-Seth Duty[6]; 9. 9D-Degan Lelsz[9]

Restricted

Top 72 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 6 Qualifying Races

Race 65 (8 Laps): 1. 11H-Nicholas Harris[1]; 2. 55X-Lucas Mauldin[6]; 3. 114-Sawyer Kiner[4]; 4. 319-Haidyn Hansen[5]; 5. 95-Ryker Morrow[3]; 6. 77K-Kyle Fernandez[7]; 7. 24-Kameron Sneed[8]; 8. 61-Brannon Lucas[2]; 9. 5-Owin Halpain[9]

Race 66 (8 Laps): 1. 30-Kyler Bearce[1]; 2. 8-Logun Lunsford[3]; 3. 24C-Cale Lagroon[8]; 4. 14-Ethan Burdett[5]; 5. 4K-Khloe Cotton[6]; 6. 6-Levi Copass[7]; 7. 13-Gaige Weldon[4]; 8. 37X-Xander Dundon[9]; 9. 92-Silas Cleaveland[2]

Race 67 (8 Laps): 1. 5E-Eli Holden[3]; 2. 2A-Grant Schaadt[2]; 3. 20Q-Brecken Reese[5]; 4. 21H-Levi Hinck[7]; 5. 13V-Braxon Vasconcellos[1]; 6. 22H-Hank Soares[8]; 7. 57S-Ella Simpson[6]; 8. 18-Tityn Roberts[4]; 9. (DNS) 21K-Keegan Osantowski

Race 68 (8 Laps): 1. 10S-Scout Spraggins[2]; 2. 47-Colby Sokol[9]; 3. 10B-Braden Pfeiffer[7]; 4. 5H-Wout Hoffmans[5]; 5. 9C-Jace Cooksey[3]; 6. 2K-Kooper Kelly[6]; 7. 87C-Callan Hill[4]; 8. (DNF) 28-Hunter Lewis[1]; 9. (DNF) B2-Carson Bolden[8]

Race 69 (8 Laps): 1. 3-Lathe Griggs[1]; 2. GH7-Garyn Howard[3]; 3. 87X-Cooper Williams[2]; 4. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[4]; 5. 22R-Ryder Eigenrauch[8]; 6. 97L-Connor Lundy[6]; 7. 11M-Mattix McBride[5]; 8. 9-Weston Doklan[9]; 9. 14T-Heath Walton[7]

Race 70 (8 Laps): 1. 45-Bradley Cox[4]; 2. 5S-Stone Smith[2]; 3. 5G-Kollin Klein[1]; 4. 23-Mason Nester[6]; 5. 1K-Kolette Dicero[5]; 6. 03-James Ferrin[8]; 7. (DNF) 23X-Jaxson Morgan[3]; 8. (DNF) 46-Cale McGee[7]; 9. (DNS) 9D-Degan Lelsz

Race 71 (8 Laps): 1. 71J-Jaxton Wiggs[4]; 2. 2C-Lucas Conner[2]; 3. 95W-Nathan Ward[9]; 4. 2M-Grayson Price[6]; 5. 4-Hayden Alberson[1]; 6. 16-Colton Holland[3]; 7. 95X-Steven Doss[7]; 8. 71M-Nash Mack[8]; 9. 15-Jaxson Sowers[5]

Race 72 (8 Laps): 1. 73X-Wyatt Miller[7]; 2. 64-Kolton Spencer[1]; 3. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[6]; 4. 00T-TJ Stark[9]; 5. 88L-Landen Adams[5]; 6. 14K-Kyle Hooper[4]; 7. 25A-Bradley Anderson[8]; 8. 7X-Logan Wood[3]; 9. (DNF) 17B-Brycen Roush[2]

Race 73 (8 Laps): 1. 73-Chase McDougal[2]; 2. 1P-Mekentzi Potter[3]; 3. 5P-Brock Pinkerous[5]; 4. 84-Dalten Maust[4]; 5. 23J-Jace Wren[6]; 6. 04-Jude Allgayer[1]; 7. 14C-Jayce Caldwell[8]; 8. 18K-Keegan Gasseling[7]; 9. 71K-Tate Gurney[9]

Race 74 (8 Laps): 1. 33-Jett Nunley[1]; 2. 55B-Rylan Sharrah[5]; 3. 5L-Landon Jesina[4]; 4. 88K-Bryce Kujath[9]; 5. V5-Vito Cancilla[6]; 6. 3D-Trent Dixon[7]; 7. 11V-Zayden Vasquez[8]; 8. P24-Aiden Howard[3]; 9. 81G-Giancarlo Ramessar[2]

Race 75 (8 Laps): 1. 63-Jack Thomas[4]; 2. 4G-Landon Gasseling[2]; 3. 17L-Chase Lauderbaugh[6]; 4. 43-Parker Perry[7]; 5. 2T-Tyler Crow[8]; 6. 5C-Cooper Miller[9]; 7. 23B-Beckham Malone[3]; 8. K9-Sami Porter[5]; 9. 67Z-Isabell Wilson[1]

Race 76 (8 Laps): 1. 66B-Blayden Graham[4]; 2. 126-Autumn Criste[2]; 3. 97-Cash Lacombe[6]; 4. 12T-Tori Tyer[5]; 5. 70-Micah Becker[7]; 6. 7G-Ollie Geiger[1]; 7. 30P-Blake Pittman[8]; 8. (DNF) 20K-Skyler Keeney[3]; 9. (DNS) 20-Aaron Cook

Race 77 (8 Laps): 1. 15C-Brody Brown[4]; 2. 6K-Brylee Kilmer[1]; 3. 04H-Kyle Heflin[7]; 4. 31B-Braxton Weger[9]; 5. 11-Harrison Robards[8]; 6. 81L-Ethan Larsen[2]; 7. 20S-Shali Buck[6]; 8. 27T-Trevor Twardeski[5]; 9. (DNF) 1-Kortland Stephens[3]

Race 78 (8 Laps): 1. 8S-Landyn Snider[3]; 2. 7-Quinn Thurein[6]; 3. 15H-Jace Hale[1]; 4. 94-Hayden Wise[9]; 5. 66-Brantley Henderson[2]; 6. 1H-Hudson Truitt[4]; 7. 09W-Wesley Sweatman[7]; 8. L8-Ethan Stevens[5]; 9. (DNF) 18Z-Zander Altis[8]

Race 79 (8 Laps): 1. 7S-Kanon Posey[1]; 2. 11E-Enzo Spicola[2]; 3. 49A-Ace Moore[3]; 4. 14B-Brody Bridgeman[7]; 5. 71A-Anthony Rea[5]; 6. 19A-Ayla Morefield[4]; 7. (DNF) 06-Andres Jones[6]; 8. (DNF) 21-Brayton Roberts[8]

Junior Sprints

Top 60 in points to 6 Qualifying Races

Race 118 (8 Laps): 1. 66B-Blayden Graham[1]; 2. 26P-Jaxson Peters[2]; 3. 36J-JJ Beason[7]; 4. 88E-Emery Laplante[3]; 5. 75-Masyon Truitt[6]; 6. 9-Case Hockman[4]; 7. 29C-Clayton Jenkins[5]; 8. 777-Corbin Weekly[8]

Race 119 (8 Laps): 1. 17B-Brycen Roush[2]; 2. 14K-Kinser Bloomquist[5]; 3. 5E-Eli Holden[6]; 4. 22-Ryker Jones[1]; 5. 5K-Kaden Wells[3]; 6. 24-Cam Acker[7]; 7. (DNF) 98P-Paul Westfall[8]; 8. (DNF) 37K-Kacie Pittman[4]

Race 120 (8 Laps): 1. 36T-Trenton Tyer[1]; 2. 11-Mattix McBride[6]; 3. 37-Koleton Dempsey[2]; 4. 28W-Blainey Woods[4]; 5. 26N-Nate Daniel[5]; 6. 16-Berkley Reese[3]; 7. (DNF) 12C-Bella Coleman[8]; 8. (DNF) 1K-Kolette Dicero[7]

Race 121 (8 Laps): 1. 15H-Colton Hale[1]; 2. 12P-Collin Pruitt[3]; 3. 19J-JT Daniel[2]; 4. 17D-Dylan Balog[8]; 5. 95G-Gunner Griffin[5]; 6. 66-Jack Loss[4]; 7. 82-Peyton Buntin[7]; 8. (DNF) V5-Vito Cancilla[6]

Race 122 (8 Laps): 1. 17C-Caleb Johannesen[1]; 2. 6-Henry Alberson[4]; 3. 7D-Jackson Davenport[5]; 4. 4-David Spencer[8]; 5. 1W-Heath Walton[3]; 6. 2M-Lee Moses[7]; 7. 90-Maxwell Norick[6]; 8. (DNF) 15-Jaxson Sowers[2]

Race 123 (8 Laps): 1. 7M-Miken Iverson[4]; 2. 36R-Rayce Reed[1]; 3. 9S-Braxton Stewart[5]; 4. 5-Jace Thurein[3]; 5. 387-Nash Edwards[7]; 6. 17A-Evan Boyd[2]; 7. 36-Maverick Reed[6]; 8. (DNS) 5G-Kollin Klein

Race 124 (8 Laps): 1. 21J-Jayden Hiller[1]; 2. N90-Kyle Heflin[2]; 3. 11S-Sawyer McBride[7]; 4. 04-Jude Allgayer[4]; 5. 1-Ryder Morris[3]; 6. 98-Mason McBride[6]; 7. 10C-Charmayne Cary[8]; 8. 74C-Cale Martin[5]

Race 125 (8 Laps): 1. 81-Braxton Flatt[2]; 2. 14J-Jaxon Nail[6]; 3. 71-Jagger Wiggs[8]; 4. 50-Tristan Pena[3]; 5. 17Z-Zach Leeke[4]; 6. 1P-Paxton Perry[5]; 7. 43L-Leon Wilmore[1]; 8. (DNF) 14-Chase Buntin[7]

Race 126 (8 Laps): 1. 13V-Braxon Vasconcellos[1]; 2. 18B-Brexton Busch[5]; 3. 51-Tate Gurney[8]; 4. 19-Liam Barton[6]; 5. 10E-Eli Potter[3]; 6. 55H-Hudson Truitt[2]; 7. 24N-Nathan Fernandez[4]; 8. 7X-Logan Wood[7]

Race 127 (8 Laps): 1. 5B-Cole Bennett[1]; 2. 63-Gavin Burge[4]; 3. 71K-Oren Basham[2]; 4. 4G-Ryker Griggs[5]; 5. 14Q-Quentin Hagopian[6]; 6. 2-Luke Booher[7]; 7. 53-Cooper Canady[3]; 8. 1L-Axten Larsen[8]

Race 128 (8 Laps): 1. 27-Brody Stewart[2]; 2. 9B-Bristol Spicola[7]; 3. 28B-Madden Thulin[3]; 4. 55K-Kayden Anderson[5]; 5. 94-Dalton Clary[4]; 6. 3K-Kaden Pacheco[6]; 7. 39-Holley Spake[8]; 8. 9C-Grayson Cooksey[1]

Race 129 (8 Laps): 1. 17M-Mackcen Roush[2]; 2. 55X-Maya Mauldin[3]; 3. 17-Cole Jones[6]; 4. 33-Noah Betts[5]; 5. 21W-Oakley Wren[7]; 6. 11K-Kyle Klagenberg[4]; 7. 99L-Jett Larson[8]; 8. 14V-Brett Vanzant[1]

Qualifiers (Top 12 in combined passing points from Heats & Qualifiers advance to Saturday night's A Main)

Race 184 - Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 66B-Blayden Graham[1]; 2. 27-Brody Stewart[2]; 3. 9B-Bristol Spicola[4]; 4. 14K-Kinser Bloomquist[3]; 5. 5B-Cole Bennett[5]; 6. 9S-Braxton Stewart[6]; 7. 33-Noah Betts[8]; 8. 28B-Madden Thulin[7]; 9. 17Z-Zeke Lewis[10]; 10. 50-Tristan Pena[9]

Race 185 - Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 36T-Trenton Tyer[1]; 2. 17M-Mackcen Roush[2]; 3. 18B-Brexton Busch[3]; 4. 7M-Miken Iverson[4]; 5. 26P-Jaxson Peters[6]; 6. 37-Koleton Dempsey[7]; 7. 75-Masyon Truitt[9]; 8. 17D-Dylan Balog[5]; 9. 21W-Oakley Wren[8]; 10. 94-Dalton Clary[10]

Race 186 - Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 11-Mattix McBride[4]; 2. N90-Kyle Heflin[6]; 3. 28W-Blainey Woods[8]; 4. 15H-Colton Hale[1]; 5. 19J-JT Daniel[7]; 6. 4-David Spencer[5]; 7. 14Q-Quentin Hagopian[9]; 8. 36J-JJ Beason[3]; 9. 6-Henry Alberson[2]; 10. 24-Cam Acker[10]

Race 187 - Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 11S-Sawyer McBride[3]; 2. 17C-Caleb Johannesen[1]; 3. 12P-Collin Pruitt[5]; 4. 14J-Jaxon Nail[4]; 5. 63-Gavin Burge[2]; 6. 22-Ryker Jones[9]; 7. 04-Jude Allgayer[8]; 8. 36R-Rayce Reed[6]; 9. 71K-Oren Basham[7]; 10. 2M-Lee Moses[10]

Race 188 - Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 5E-Eli Holden[2]; 2. 71-Jagger Wiggs[4]; 3. 4G-Ryker Griggs[7]; 4. 19-Liam Barton[6]; 5. 17B-Brycen Roush[3]; 6. 21J-Jayden Hiller[1]; 7. 55X-Maya Mauldin[5]; 8. 88E-Emery Laplante[8]; 9. 2-Luke Booher[10]; 10. 26N-Nate Daniel[9]

Race 189 - Qualifier 6 (10 Laps): 1. 81-Braxton Flatt[3]; 2. 13V-Braxon Vasconcellos[1]; 3. 55K-Kayden Anderson[7]; 4. 7D-Jackson Davenport[5]; 5. 5-Jace Thurein[8]; 6. 5K-Kaden Wells[10]; 7. 17-Cole Jones[2]; 8. 51-Tate Gurney[4]; 9. 387-Nash Edwards[6]; 10. 95G-Gunner Griffin[9]

 

 

38th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout Rolls Through Day Two

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (December 28, 2022) Rolling to the 141st round of competition at the 38th annual Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout, the event has begun introducing the alphabet into the mix with five classes completing Heat Races and Outlaw getting through D-Features and C-Features, as well as starting to establish who has worked into Qualifiers.

While the road to earning a Golden Driller is far from over, several drivers have already made massive statements. The biggest of the day was a tie in Heat 64 when Emerson Axsom grabbed the win over Austin Lambert in a finish that showed a difference of 0.000-seconds, which was confirmed by the transponder, hand scoring, and directors.

The only driver so far to win from 10th in a Heat Race, Alabama’s Kevin Thomas, Jr., charged from last to first in Non-Wing Outlaw action. Over the course of the day, 11 drivers won from at least the fifth starting spot, with the average starting spot through 117 events coming out to 2.5.

Of the 1,655 confirmed entries, 1,262 have seen action through Wednesday, for a total of 665 drivers.

Looking ahead to Thursday, 96 races are on the docket, with Stock Non-Wing set for 42 Heat Races. Six Junior Sprint Qualifiers will follow, with the Alphabet continuing for Non-Wing Outlaw and A-Class with E-Features through C-Features in both divisions, for a total of 48 lower features.

The 38th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout continues Thursday, December 29, 2022, and runs through Saturday, December 31, 2022. Racing each day begins at 9:00 A.M. (CT). The tentative lineup of remaining events is as follows:

Thursday Schedule:

Heat Races (8 laps):

142-183: Stock Non-Wing (42)

Qualifying Races (10 Laps):

184-189: Junior Sprints (6)

E Mains (8 Laps), D Mains & C Mains (10 Laps):

190-197: Outlaw Non-Wing E Mains (8 – 2 Advance to D Mains)

198-205: Outlaw Non-Wing D Mains (8 – 2 Advance to C Mains)

206-213: Outlaw Non-Wing C Mains (8 – 2 Advance to B Mains)

214-221: A Class Winged E Mains (8 – 2 Advance to D Mains)

222-229: A Class Winged D Mains (8 – 2 Advance to C Mains)

230-237: A Class Winged C Mains (8 – 2 Advance to B Mains)

Friday Schedule:

E (8 Laps), D Mains & C Mains (10 Laps):

238-245: Stock Non-Wing E Mains (8 – 2 Advance to D Mains)

246-253: Stock Non-Wing D Mains (8 – 2 Advance to C Mains)

254-261: Stock Non-Wing C Mains (8 – 2 Advance to B Mains)

Qualifying Races (10 Laps):

262-269: Outlaw Non-Wing (8)

Junior Sprints C Mains 7 B MAINS (10 Laps)

270-273: Junior Sprint C Mains (4 -2 Advance to B Mains)

274-277: Junior Sprints (10 Laps: 4 – Top 2 from each Advance to A Main)

Qualifying Races (10 Laps):

278-285: Stock Non-Wing (8)

286-291: Restricted A Class (6)

292-299: Outlaw Winged (8)

300-307: A Class Winged (8)

Saturday Schedule:

B Mains:

308-315: Stock Non-Wing (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ)

316-323: Outlaw Non-Wing (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ)

324-331: A Class Winged (12 Laps: 8 Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ)

332-339: Outlaw Winged (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ)

340-347: Restricted A Class (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ)

Last Chance A Main Qualifiers (12 Laps):

348: Stock Non-Wing (Top 8 Advance to A Main)

349: Outlaw Non-Wing (Top 8 Advance to A Main)

350: Restricted A Class (Top 8 Advance to A Main)

351: A Class Winged (Top 8 Advance to A Main)

352: Outlaw Winged (Top 8 Advance to A Main)

Championship A Mains:

353: Stock Non-Wing (30 Laps)

354: Junior Sprints (20 Laps)

355: Outlaw Non-Wing (30 Laps)

356: Restricted A Class (25 Laps)

357: A Class Winged (30 Laps)

358: Outlaw Winged (55 Laps)

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. 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).

Race Results:

38th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout

Tulsa Expo Raceway (Tulsa, Okla.)

Wednesday, December 28, 2022

Outlaw

Top 112 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 8 Qualifying Races

Race 1 (8 Laps): 1. 1E-Eric Braundmeier[1]; 2. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[2]; 3. 29A-Tanner Thorson[4]; 4. 56M-Cody Key[10]; 5. 2J-Daison Pursley[8]; 6. 94-Hayden Wise[3]; 7. 88-Austin Torgerson[7]; 8. 101-Brock Berreth[6]; 9. 43-Parker Perry[9]; 10. (DNF) 12-Frank Galusha[5]

Race 2 (8 Laps): 1. 73B-Braden Chiaramonte[2]; 2. 81X-Frank Flud[3]; 3. 39-Russ Disinger[4]; 4. 98-James Roselli[1]; 5. 25J-Delaney Jost[5]; 6. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[8]; 7. 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[6]; 8. R7-Kyle Spence[9]; 9. 951-Jimmy Wells[7]; 10. (DNS) 88M-Maxon Crabdree

Race 3 (8 Laps): 1. 0-Connor Wolf[1]; 2. 87X-Chance Crum[10]; 3. 18-Aidan Leingang[2]; 4. 1F-Jason Friesen[4]; 5. 99-Brett Osborn[5]; 6. 787-Brody Wake[6]; 7. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[7]; 8. 14L-Logan Heath[8]; 9. (DNF) 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[9]; 10. (DNF) 3C-Collin Mitchell[3]

Race 4 (8 Laps): 1. 88R-Ryder Laplante[4]; 2. 8P-Caleb Pence[5]; 3. 29L-Jackson Lauderbaugh[7]; 4. 94C-Craig Ronk[8]; 5. 07Z-Zak Gorski[1]; 6. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[9]; 7. 55C-Trevor Cline[2]; 8. 9-Bryce Comer[10]; 9. 33L-Laike Imm[6]; 10. 80N-Shawn Jones[3]

Race 5 (8 Laps): 1. 02-Ashton Torgerson[2]; 2. 86-Zach Wigal[6]; 3. 47B-Emerson Axsom[9]; 4. 44T-Austin Taborski[3]; 5. 16F-Matthew Francis[1]; 6. 22R-Gage Laney[8]; 7. 95A-Eli Adams[7]; 8. 00T-Cole Tinsley[5]; 9. 122-Lane Warner[4]; 10. 7F-Ryan Frantz[10]

Race 6 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 2. 11J-Jett Hays[5]; 3. 65-Michael Faccinto[9]; 4. 83-Brant Woods[4]; 5. 10T-Taylor Morgan[1]; 6. 61C-Chris Parmley[2]; 7. 62-Rachel Zabawa[6]; 8. 35C-Logan Calderwood[10]; 9. 13T-Caiden Mitchell[8]; 10. 29D-Dylan Menditto[7]

Race 7 (8 Laps): 1. 14C-Connor Gross[3]; 2. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[5]; 3. 2B-Garrett Benson[7]; 4. 55T-McKenna Haase[1]; 5. 36-Tuesday Calderwood[4]; 6. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[2]; 7. 17J-Jacob Johnston[6]; 8. 15D-Mason Daugherty[10]; 9. 4X-Teagen Moles[9]; 10. 13Z-Chris Counter[8]

Race 8 (8 Laps): 1. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[1]; 2. 2A-Austin Wood[2]; 3. 77-Preston Norbury[3]; 4. 14R-Jake Nail[5]; 5. 5X-Axton Romero[4]; 6. 72-Alex Karpowicz[6]; 7. 51-Joshua Huish[9]; 8. 9K-Kieran Casillas[7]; 9. 20S-Steven Curbow[10]; 10. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[8]

Race 9 (8 Laps): 1. 7T-Logan Trevino[1]; 2. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[4]; 3. 4J-Jaylon Mills[2]; 4. 68-Landon Ellis[5]; 5. 39H-Colton Hardy[7]; 6. 56-Michael Hubert[6]; 7. 15N-Neal Allison[9]; 8. 5S-Gunnar Setser[10]; 9. 157-Cam Sorrels[8]; 10. 66-Jayden Clay[3]

Race 10 (8 Laps): 1. 26J-Chelby Hinton[1]; 2. 22Z-Jaxon Bishop[6]; 3. 6W-Colin White[5]; 4. 17S-Baron Silva[3]; 5. 151-Joe B Miller[9]; 6. 63-Colton Key[7]; 7. 61-Kenny Koelsch[4]; 8. 21X-Carson Bolden[10]; 9. 51G-Grant Schaadt[8]; 10. (DNF) 1C-Connor Lee[2]

Race 11 (8 Laps): 1. 21H-Kameron Key[4]; 2. 12K-Dylan Kadous[3]; 3. 2E-Jake Galusha[7]; 4. 49-Cameron La Rose[6]; 5. 24-JW Henderson[1]; 6. 12J-Jeffrey Newell[9]; 7. 67-JJ Loss[8]; 8. 37A-Ayden Gatewood[5]; 9. 22B-Dylan Bloomfield[10]; 10. (DNF) 22A-Jacob McConnell[2]

Race 12 (8 Laps): 1. 23C-Josh Castro[2]; 2. 21L-Quinton Benson[4]; 3. 11X-Brent Crews[6]; 4. 4S-Spencer Hill[1]; 5. 35-Carsen Perkins[9]; 6. 10K-Koda Oller[10]; 7. 22M-Sammy McNabb[3]; 8. 49B-Joel Smith[8]; 9. 71-Tim Buckwalter[5]; 10. (DNF) 10J-Tracy Henson[7]

Race 13 (8 Laps): 1. 88J-Joey Amantea[3]; 2. 78B-Lane Burnett[1]; 3. 23-Alec Quiggle[4]; 4. 52H-Hayden Mabe[5]; 5. 13-Elijah Gile[6]; 6. 11C-Darren Brown[7]; 7. 5-Bradley Huish[2]; 8. 01-Kaden Weger[9]; 9. 80-Cody Caldwell[10]; 10. 97-Damian Norbury[8]

Race 14 (8 Laps): 1. 26P-Preston Lattomus[1]; 2. 4H-Harley Hollan[4]; 3. 8A-TJ Smith[10]; 4. 8J-Jonathan Beason[9]; 5. 15C-Brody Brown[3]; 6. 59M-Brody Mclaughlin[2]; 7. 2X-Jadyn Friesen[8]; 8. 9H-Kaden Holm[7]; 9. 58-Carl Lebo[5]; 10. Z78-Zach Drummond[6]

Race 15 (8 Laps): 1. 25R-Nathan Rector[1]; 2. 97M-Scotty Milan[3]; 3. 77R-Robbie Smith[2]; 4. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[4]; 5. 29K-Levi Kuntz[7]; 6. 33M-Ryan Mueller[6]; 7. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[9]; 8. 114-Sawyer Kiner[5]; 9. 5N-Reece Shelton[8]; 10. (DNS) 1-Kortland Stephens

Race 16 (8 Laps): 1. 24S-Colby Sokol[1]; 2. 24A-KJ Snow[5]; 3. 71J-Jaxton Wiggs[3]; 4. 36K-Kris Carroll[9]; 5. 14T-Tyler Walton[2]; 6. 57-Mikey Smith[4]; 7. 18K-Brayden Kongdara[6]; 8. 95-Paige Moss[7]; 9. 54X-Maverick Myrick[8]; 10. 95M-Pat Kelly[10]

Race 17 (8 Laps): 1. 55B-Jett Barnes[8]; 2. 138-Karson Battarbee[5]; 3. 5K-Gavan Boschele[9]; 4. 1T-Brenham Crouch[4]; 5. 9M-Keith McIntyre Jr[6]; 6. 18H-Nicholas Howard[2]; 7. 191-Bash Ferguson[3]; 8. 10-Patrick Lundy[7]; 9. (DNS) 9B-Casey Bauman; 10. (DQ) 29-Blake Scott[1]

Race 18 (8 Laps): 1. 22-Curtis Jones[1]; 2. 22X-Riley Goodno[3]; 3. 570-Johnny Smith[5]; 4. 73-Jason McDougal[8]; 5. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[7]; 6. 131-Dusty Young[9]; 7. 3R-Hunter Rhoades[6]; 8. 3-Cole Schroeder[4]; 9. 32L-Brian Lunsford[2]; 10. 42A-Ashley Afdahl[10]

Race 19 (8 Laps): 1. 10M-Mitchel Moles[1]; 2. 82S-Austin Sanders[3]; 3. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[2]; 4. 4Y-Jett Yantis[7]; 5. 74X-Xavier Doney[6]; 6. 6B-Blake Parmley[4]; 7. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[8]; 8. 19J-Justin Robison[10]; 9. 23Z-Zach Hanes[9]; 10. 88X-Cody Christensen[5]

Race 20 (8 Laps): 1. 8H-Matthew Howard[4]; 2. 88W-Eric Wright[1]; 3. 75-Devan Myers[2]; 4. 14E-Eric Botelho[5]; 5. 33-Cruz Dickerson[7]; 6. 11D-Dominic White[8]; 7. 69-Devin Crawley[10]; 8. 28C-Carson Brown[6]; 9. 17X-Robert Harbert[9]; 10. (DNF) 51B-Kyle Busch[3]

Race 21 (8 Laps): 1. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[3]; 2. 89-Jace Park[4]; 3. 2C-Chase Porter[1]; 4. 85J-Logan Julien[2]; 5. 21G-Garth Kasiner[5]; 6. 4A-Ayden Hare[7]; 7. 1V-Johnny Boland[10]; 8. 126-Autumn Criste[8]; 9. (DNF) 117-James Scott[6]; 10. (DNF) 32S-Kyran Keith[9]

Race 22 (8 Laps): 1. 15X-Rob Pajauis[1]; 2. 77S-Logan Seavey[3]; 3. 10S-Shane Stewart[5]; 4. 9S-Kevin Bayer[6]; 5. 99D-Bryant Dawson[9]; 6. 24G-Greyson Springer[4]; 7. 21-Bruce Comer[8]; 8. 3Z-Trey Zorn[10]; 9. 31-Chad Lobb[2]; 10. 12M-Tomy Moreau[7]

Race 23 (8 Laps): 1. 163-Logan Rumsey[1]; 2. 12C-Chase Spicola[2]; 3. 51F-Gary Taylor[3]; 4. 20Q-Brecken Reese[7]; 5. 11A-Jaden Alexander[4]; 6. 48T-Tanner Holm[8]; 7. 14J-Darin Naida[6]; 8. 44P-Jeffery Pahule[10]; 9. 19-Tomas Partington[9]; 10. 8M-Mickey Bullock[5]

Race 24 (8 Laps): 1. 08-Peter Smith[3]; 2. 20G-Noah Gass[7]; 3. 7A-Aaron Jesina[1]; 4. 72H-Hunter Pruitt[2]; 5. 25S-Justis Sokol[8]; 6. 81-Dekota Gay[6]; 7. 5R-Chase Rodgers[5]; 8. 23X-Rhea Lynn Moss[4]; 9. (DNS) 26-Corbin Rueschenberg

D-Features (Top 4 to corresponding C-Feature)

Race 130 - D1 (10 Laps): 1. 117-James Scott[1]; 2. 95M-Pat Kelly[2]; 3. Z78-Zach Drummond[4]; 4. 31-Chad Lobb[3]; 5. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[5]; 6. (DNS) 13Z-Chris Counter; 7. (DNS) 3C-Collin Mitchell; 8. (DNS) 1C-Connor Lee

Race 131 - D2 (10 Laps): 1. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[1]; 2. 12-Frank Galusha[3]; 3. 42A-Ashley Afdahl[2]; 4. 1-Kortland Stephens[6]; 5. 22A-Jacob McConnell[5]; 6. 29D-Dylan Menditto[4]; 7. (DNS) 71-Tim Buckwalter; 8. (DNS) 80N-Shawn Jones

Race 132 - D3 (10 Laps): 1. 122-Lane Warner[2]; 2. 58-Carl Lebo[1]; 3. 66-Jayden Clay[6]; 4. 10J-Tracy Henson[4]; 5. 97-Damian Norbury[3]; 6. 9B-Casey Bauman[5]; 7. (DNS) 88X-Cody Christensen

Race 133 - D4 (10 Laps): 1. 7F-Ryan Frantz[1]; 2. 51B-Kyle Busch[6]; 3. 32S-Kyran Keith[2]; 4. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[5]; 5. 8M-Mickey Bullock[3]; 6. 12M-Tomy Moreau[4]; 7. (DNS) 32L-Brian Lunsford

C-Features (Top 2 to corresponding B-Feature)

Race 134 - C1 (10 Laps): 1. 98-James Roselli[1]; 2. 21G-Garth Kasiner[2]; 3. 88-Austin Torgerson[5]; 4. 14J-Darin Naida[8]; 5. 21X-Carson Bolden[6]; 6. 49B-Joel Smith[7]; 7. 95M-Pat Kelly[11]; 8. 95-Paige Moss[10]; 9. 37A-Ayden Gatewood[9]; 10. 19-Tomas Partington[12]; 11. 21-Bruce Comer[3]; 12. (DNF) 787-Brody Wake[4]; 13. (DNS) 51-Joshua Huish; 14. (DNS) 31-Chad Lobb

Race 135 - C2 (10 Laps): 1. 15N-Neal Allison[3]; 2. R7-Kyle Spence[8]; 3. 36-Tuesday Calderwood[2]; 4. 72-Alex Karpowicz[4]; 5. 57-Mikey Smith[5]; 6. 55T-McKenna Haase[1]; 7. 13T-Caiden Mitchell[12]; 8. 3-Cole Schroeder[11]; 9. 117-James Scott[13]; 10. 19J-Justin Robison[6]; 11. Z78-Zach Drummond[14]; 12. 126-Autumn Criste[9]; 13. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[7]; 14. 10-Patrick Lundy[10]

Race 136 - C3 (10 Laps): 1. 4S-Spencer Hill[1]; 2. 5X-Axton Romero[2]; 3. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[3]; 4. 95A-Eli Adams[7]; 5. 56-Michael Hubert[4]; 6. 44P-Jeffery Pahule[9]; 7. 157-Cam Sorrels[10]; 8. 01-Kaden Weger[6]; 9. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[13]; 10. 23X-Rhea Lynn Moss[11]; 11. 42A-Ashley Afdahl[12]; 12. (DNF) 6B-Blake Parmley[5]; 13. (DNF) 20S-Steven Curbow[8]; 14. (DNS) 3Z-Trey Zorn

Race 137 - C4 (10 Laps): 1. 14T-Tyler Walton[3]; 2. 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[7]; 3. 69-Devin Crawley[1]; 4. 24G-Greyson Springer[5]; 5. 55C-Trevor Cline[9]; 6. 12-Frank Galusha[13]; 7. 33M-Ryan Mueller[4]; 8. 11A-Jaden Alexander[2]; 9. 22B-Dylan Bloomfield[10]; 10. 51G-Grant Schaadt[12]; 11. 94-Hayden Wise[6]; 12. (DNF) 1-Kortland Stephens[14]; 13. (DNF) 5R-Chase Rodgers[8]; 14. (DNF) 43-Parker Perry[11]

Race 138 - C5 (10 Laps): 1. 07Z-Zak Gorski[3]; 2. 1V-Johnny Boland[1]; 3. 63-Colton Key[2]; 4. 81-Dekota Gay[4]; 5. 9-Bryce Comer[5]; 6. 122-Lane Warner[13]; 7. 66-Jayden Clay[14]; 8. 62-Rachel Zabawa[7]; 9. 61C-Chris Parmley[6]; 10. 80-Cody Caldwell[10]; 11. (DNF) 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[11]; 12. (DNF) 61-Kenny Koelsch[8]; 13. (DNF) 5N-Reece Shelton[12]; 14. (DNF) 5-Bradley Huish[9]

Race 139 - C6 (10 Laps): 1. 25J-Delaney Jost[1]; 2. 11C-Darren Brown[2]; 3. 35C-Logan Calderwood[5]; 4. 22M-Sammy McNabb[8]; 5. 101-Brock Berreth[10]; 6. 4X-Teagen Moles[11]; 7. 9K-Kieran Casillas[9]; 8. 16F-Matthew Francis[3]; 9. 10J-Tracy Henson[14]; 10. 58-Carl Lebo[13]; 11. (DNF) 17J-Jacob Johnston[7]; 12. (DNF) 54X-Maverick Myrick[12]; 13. (DNF) 67-JJ Loss[4]; 14. (DNF) 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[6]

Race 140 - C7 (10 Laps): 1. 99-Brett Osborn[1]; 2. 4A-Ayden Hare[2]; 3. 2X-Jadyn Friesen[4]; 4. 15D-Mason Daugherty[5]; 5. 951-Jimmy Wells[12]; 6. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[14]; 7. 28C-Carson Brown[10]; 8. 51B-Kyle Busch[13]; 9. 9H-Kaden Holm[9]; 10. 10T-Taylor Morgan[3]; 11. 191-Bash Ferguson[8]; 12. 23Z-Zach Hanes[11]; 13. (DNF) 59M-Brody Mclaughlin[6]; 14. (DNF) 18K-Brayden Kongdara[7]

Race 141 - C8 (10 Laps): 1. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[4]; 2. 15C-Brody Brown[2]; 3. 29K-Levi Kuntz[1]; 4. 5S-Gunnar Setser[5]; 5. 24-JW Henderson[3]; 6. 14L-Logan Heath[8]; 7. 00T-Cole Tinsley[10]; 8. 3R-Hunter Rhoades[7]; 9. 114-Sawyer Kiner[9]; 10. 32S-Kyran Keith[14]; 11. 33L-Laike Imm[12]; 12. 7F-Ryan Frantz[13]; 13. (DNF) 17X-Robert Harbert[11]; 14. (DNF) 18H-Nicholas Howard[6]

Race 130 - D1 (10 Laps): 1. 117-James Scott[1]; 2. 95M-Pat Kelly[2]; 3. Z78-Zach Drummond[4]; 4. 31-Chad Lobb[3]; 5. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[5]; 6. (DNS) 13Z-Chris Counter; 7. (DNS) 3C-Collin Mitchell; 8. (DNS) 1C-Connor Lee

Race 131 - D2 (10 Laps): 1. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[1]; 2. 12-Frank Galusha[3]; 3. 42A-Ashley Afdahl[2]; 4. 1-Kortland Stephens[6]; 5. 22A-Jacob McConnell[5]; 6. 29D-Dylan Menditto[4]; 7. (DNS) 71-Tim Buckwalter; 8. (DNS) 80N-Shawn Jones

Race 132 - D3 (10 Laps): 1. 122-Lane Warner[2]; 2. 58-Carl Lebo[1]; 3. 66-Jayden Clay[6]; 4. 10J-Tracy Henson[4]; 5. 97-Damian Norbury[3]; 6. 9B-Casey Bauman[5]; 7. (DNS) 88X-Cody Christensen

Race 133 - D4 (10 Laps): 1. 7F-Ryan Frantz[1]; 2. 51B-Kyle Busch[6]; 3. 32S-Kyran Keith[2]; 4. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[5]; 5. 8M-Mickey Bullock[3]; 6. 12M-Tomy Moreau[4]; 7. (DNS) 32L-Brian Lunsford

Outlaw Non-Wing

Top 112 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 8 Qualifying Races

Race 25 (8 Laps): 1. 23C-Josh Castro[3]; 2. 14J-Eric Jennings[4]; 3. 80N-Shawn Jones[9]; 4. 13-Elijah Gile[8]; 5. 7P-Dylan Ramey[6]; 6. 66J-Holden Jennings[5]; 7. 58-Carl Lebo[1]; 8. 48T-Tanner Holm[2]; 9. (DNF) 8X-Josh Marcham[7]; 10. (DNS) U2-Ryan Cotney

Race 26 (8 Laps): 1. 54X-Maverick Myrick[4]; 2. 23-Alec Quiggle[5]; 3. 17A-Austin Barnhill[1]; 4. 19J-Justin Robison[3]; 5. 7F-Ryan Frantz[8]; 6. 57-Kyle Chady[9]; 7. 17T-Talon McConnell[7]; 8. 191-Bash Ferguson[2]; 9. 13L-Jack Lobin[10]; 10. 23Z-Zach Hanes[6]

Race 27 (8 Laps): 1. 11J-Jett Hays[1]; 2. 16S-Seth Shebester[3]; 3. 12U-tyler davenport[4]; 4. 151-Joe B Miller[5]; 5. 15-Jase Randolph[6]; 6. 20S-Steven Curbow[7]; 7. 72H-Hunter Pruitt[9]; 8. 21B-Justin Bates[2]; 9. 25J-Delaney Jost[10]; 10. 4N-Ryan Winter[8]

Race 28 (8 Laps): 1. 87C-Brenham Crouch[2]; 2. 26K-Kale Drake[4]; 3. 32L-Brian Lunsford[6]; 4. 28C-Carson Brown[7]; 5. 89-Jace Park[10]; 6. 2A-Austin Wood[9]; 7. 28S-Daniel Smith[3]; 8. 8C-Jake Branum[5]; 9. 17J-Jacob Johnston[8]; 10. (DNF) 10-Patrick Lundy[1]

Race 29 (8 Laps): 1. 94-Hayden Wise[1]; 2. 6W-Colin White[9]; 3. 9H-Kaden Holm[5]; 4. 99B-Cole Bodine[3]; 5. 24T-Glenn James Bratti[8]; 6. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[6]; 7. 27W-Shawn Wicker[4]; 8. 29D-Dylan Menditto[7]; 9. 70-Dwight Green[2]; 10. (DNS) 33X-Daniel Robinson

Race 30 (8 Laps): 1. 08J-Jace McIntosh[6]; 2. 98D-Mason Daugherty[8]; 3. 54-Trey Gropp[3]; 4. 122-Lane Warner[9]; 5. 112-Jack Kassik[7]; 6. 37A-Ayden Gatewood[1]; 7. (DNF) 12B-Brandon Boggs[2]; 8. (DNF) 88J-Joey Amantea[10]; 9. (DNF) 29P-Bailee Spitulski[4]; 10. (DNF) 20-Shon Deskins[5]

Race 31 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 2. 14C-Connor Gross[9]; 3. 83-Brant Woods[6]; 4. 3S-Will Scribner[7]; 5. 32-Trey Marcham[10]; 6. 60-Robert Lee[3]; 7. 77E-Cole Esgar[8]; 8. 951-Jimmy Wells[5]; 9. 49S-Mike Snelling[2]; 10. (DNF) 9K-Kieran Casillas[1]

Race 32 (8 Laps): 1. 49-Cameron La Rose[1]; 2. 13T-Caiden Mitchell[3]; 3. 21G-Garth Kasiner[4]; 4. 3E-Drake Edwards[8]; 5. 81X-Frank Flud[10]; 6. 8B-Dustin Bottoms[6]; 7. 33M-Ryan Mueller[9]; 8. 4X-Teagen Moles[7]; 9. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[2]; 10. 480-Cory Green[5]

Race 33 (8 Laps): 1. 14R-Jake Nail[6]; 2. 4A-Ayden Hare[1]; 3. 66B-Broedy Graham[3]; 4. 29A-Tanner Thorson[8]; 5. 10S-Scout Spraggins[4]; 6. 26C-Chase McDermand[10]; 7. 59X-Richie Harvey[9]; 8. 8-Coleten Agee[2]; 9. 81-Dekota Gay[5]; 10. 15J-Joe Bob Lee[7]

Race 34 (8 Laps): 1. 12R-Trey Robb[2]; 2. 25A-Anton Hernandez[4]; 3. 77S-Logan Seavey[3]; 4. 3L-Jimmy Leal[1]; 5. 76-Maverick Elkins[5]; 6. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[7]; 7. 33D-Justin Patocka[8]; 8. 157-Cam Sorrels[6]; 9. (DNF) 10K-Koda Oller[9]; 10. (DNS) 17D-Dave Nicholson

Race 35 (8 Laps): 1. 68-Landon Ellis[2]; 2. 17-Quinn Jones[7]; 3. 35-Carsen Perkins[6]; 4. 3R-Hunter Rhoades[1]; 5. 61C-Chris Parmley[3]; 6. 29C-Connor Borah[5]; 7. 22J-Tony Lawrence[8]; 8. 1-Kortland Stephens[9]; 9. 40G-Jason Gariss[4]; 10. (DNF) 18H-Nicholas Howard[10]

Race 36 (8 Laps): 1. 101-Brock Berreth[1]; 2. 11K-Shawn Mahaffey[8]; 3. 20Q-Brecken Reese[5]; 4. R7-Kyle Spence[9]; 5. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[10]; 6. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[3]; 7. 00C-Charlie Henderson[4]; 8. 95M-Pat Kelly[7]; 9. 22A-Jacob McConnell[2]; 10. 20G-Noah Gass[6]

Race 37 (8 Laps): 1. 91K-Kevin Bayer[2]; 2. 3-Cole Schroeder[1]; 3. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[3]; 4. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[5]; 5. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[8]; 6. 15X-Rob Pajauis[4]; 7. 65-Michael Faccinto[7]; 8. 297-Dillon Berglan[6]; 9. (DNS) 18F-Steve Finn; 10. (DQ) 29-Blake Scott[10]

Race 38 (8 Laps): 1. 2J-Daison Pursley[8]; 2. 75-Devan Myers[2]; 3. 85J-Logan Julien[3]; 4. 38S-Tim Snelling[10]; 5. 62-Rachel Zabawa[9]; 6. 6X-Mark Martin[1]; 7. 14P-Page Perrine[4]; 8. 13X-Chase Howard[7]; 9. 21M-Kiely Ricardo[5]; 10. 97T-Matt Taylor[6]

Race 39 (8 Laps): 1. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[4]; 2. 36T-Jake Neuman[9]; 3. 5A-Ava Gropp[1]; 4. 36K-Kris Carroll[7]; 5. 26M-Gavin Miller[6]; 6. 2C-Chase Porter[8]; 7. 23L-Tyler LaPointe[3]; 8. 9A-Luke Lane[10]; 9. 32S-Kyran Keith[5]; 10. 6B-Blake Parmley[2]

Race 40 (8 Laps): 1. 7T-Logan Trevino[2]; 2. 1C-Connor Lee[6]; 3. 78B-Lane Burnett[1]; 4. 8P-Caleb Pence[5]; 5. 4B-Brandt Twitty[8]; 6. 72-Alex Karpowicz[4]; 7. 8S-Austin Stone[10]; 8. 171-Alex Caldwell[3]; 9. 38H-Levi Henderson[9]; 10. A51-Jason Trosper[7]

Race 41 (8 Laps): 1. 35G-Gaige Weldon[2]; 2. 3Z-Trey Zorn[3]; 3. 28-Garrett Bias[4]; 4. 00T-Cole Tinsley[10]; 5. 14B-Ethan Burdett[9]; 6. 3T-Trevor McIntire[6]; 7. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[5]; 8. 44X-Gunner Shroyer[7]; 9. 727-Shawn McKinney[1]; 10. (DNF) 69U-Robert Burnett[8]

Race 42 (8 Laps): 1. 22M-Sammy McNabb[3]; 2. 39-Russ Disinger[5]; 3. 71J-Jaxton Wiggs[8]; 4. 9-Bryce Comer[1]; 5. 92B-Eric Bartlett[2]; 6. 24G-Greyson Springer[9]; 7. Z78-Zach Drummond[4]; 8. 51G-Grant Schaadt[10]; 9. 111-Mark Reynolds[7]; 10. 10T-Taylor Morgan[6]

Race 43 (8 Laps): 1. 59M-Brody Mclaughlin[3]; 2. 7X-Kaden Smith[5]; 3. 11X-Brent Crews[4]; 4. 12G-Gage Robb[7]; 5. 55C-Trevor Cline[1]; 6. 570-Prestyn Brown[10]; 7. 93-Luke Lucas[2]; 8. 126-Autumn Criste[9]; 9. 11L-Laydon Pearson[6]; 10. 21-Bruce Comer[8]

Race 44 (8 Laps): 1. 14T-Tyler Walton[1]; 2. 12C-Chase Spicola[5]; 3. 08-Peter Smith[4]; 4. 82S-Austin Sanders[8]; 5. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[6]; 6. 21P-Case Piper[9]; 7. 9L-Hunter Lane[10]; 8. 8M-Mickey Bullock[3]; 9. 30X-John Crowder[7]; 10. 72D-Derrick Black[2]

Race 45 (8 Laps): 1. 8J-Jonathan Beason[4]; 2. 22-Curtis Jones[1]; 3. 99K-Seth Stenzel[2]; 4. 55B-Jett Barnes[9]; 5. 0-Connor Wolf[10]; 6. 55P-Dalton Burley[3]; 7. 99D-Bryant Dawson[6]; 8. 13C-William Conner[5]; 9. (DNF) 08S-Stefan Sidur[8]; 10. (DNF) 26J-Chelby Hinton[7]

Race 46 (8 Laps): 1. 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[10]; 2. 52H-Hayden Mabe[1]; 3. 95-Paige Moss[8]; 4. 31-Chad Lobb[4]; 5. (DNF) 07Z-Zak Gorski[5]; 6. (DNF) 17X-Robert Harbert[2]; 7. (DNF) 97B-Donnie Burrows[6]; 8. (DNF) 98-James Roselli[3]; 9. (DNF) 88T-Tony Penick[7]; 10. (DNF) 88-Austin Torgerson[9]

Race 47 (8 Laps): 1. 110-Karter Battarbee[5]; 2. 66-Jayden Clay[3]; 3. 26P-Preston Lattomus[4]; 4. 17F-Santino Ferrucci[1]; 5. 2-Travis Sullivan[9]; 6. C71-Carter Jensrud[8]; 7. 787-Brody Wake[7]; 8. 30-Jacob Barton[2]; 9. 9B-Casey Bauman[6]; 10. 0X-Brendan Warmerdam[10]

Race 48 (8 Laps): 1. 3C-Collin Mitchell[1]; 2. 14-Blake Battles[3]; 3. 49A-Aiden Price[5]; 4. 3W-Chris Cochran[7]; 5. 24P-Ryker Pace[9]; 6. 54K-Kinser Endicott[2]; 7. 5C-Alex Ruppert[4]; 8. 57L-Jacob Lucas[6]; 9. 22B-Dylan Bloomfield[8]; 10. 5P-Luke Porter[10]

Race 49 (8 Laps): 1. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[3]; 2. 5T-Tommy Velasquez III[2]; 3. 86-Zach Wigal[5]; 4. 39H-Colton Hardy[8]; 5. 51B-Kyle Busch[7]; 6. 33K-Kelby Wright[4]; 7. 5B-Cade Bierman[1]; 8. 2M-Adam Miller[9]; 9. 88R-Ryder Laplante[6]; 10. (DNS) 11-Brandon Martin

Race 50 (8 Laps): 1. J37-Jovi Duffy[2]; 2. 5N-Reece Shelton[3]; 3. 138-Karson Battarbee[6]; 4. 5S-Gunnar Setser[7]; 5. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[10]; 6. 14N-Darin Naida[4]; 7. 14L-Logan Heath[9]; 8. 78J-Joe Askew[8]; 9. 4-Brent Shoemaker[1]; 10. (DNF) 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[5]

Race 51 (8 Laps): 1. 73-Jason McDougal[9]; 2. 22Z-Jaxon Bishop[8]; 3. 5-Bradley Huish[3]; 4. 77-Preston Norbury[10]; 5. 11T-Taitum McElvany[1]; 6. 99X-Trey Gibbs[5]; 7. 23M-Garrett Massey[4]; 8. 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[6]; 9. 8H-Matthew Howard[7]; 10. 14D-Tylin Trammell[2]

Race 52 (8 Laps): 1. 12T-Jason Tyer[1]; 2. 36R-Kevin Reed[3]; 3. 11M-Lawrence Mann Jr[5]; 4. 16F-Matthew Francis[7]; 5. 25S-Justis Sokol[8]; 6. 5E-Bobby Chapa[4]; 7. 27-Jace Alvarez[6]; 8. 41S-Joseph Plunkett[2]; 9. 74-Robby Brockman[10]; 10. 27Q-Kaden Weger[9]

Race 53 (8 Laps): 1. 19S-Sam Johnson[2]; 2. 4Y-Jett Yantis[4]; 3. 92S-Justin Simpson[6]; 4. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[8]; 5. 05-Joshua Spatola[3]; 6. 33-Cruz Dickerson[10]; 7. 36-Hunter Creason[1]; 8. 5R-Chase Rodgers[7]; 9. 4H-Bob Hentschel[9]; 10. 10M-Mitchel Moles[5]

Race 54 (8 Laps): 1. 51F-Gary Taylor[3]; 2. 6-John Kilmer[2]; 3. 08C-Cannon McIntosh[8]; 4. 73B-Braden Chiaramonte[10]; 5. 12-Frank Galusha[7]; 6. 75W-TY Marrel[1]; 7. 44K-Cory Kelley[9]; 8. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[6]; 9. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[4]; 10. 67S-Grant Stocker[5]

Race 55 (8 Laps): 1. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[3]; 2. 15N-Neal Allison[7]; 3. 2X-Jadyn Friesen[2]; 4. J5-Johnny Burge[1]; 5. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[4]; 6. 38-Riley Osantowski[6]; 7. 29K-Levi Kuntz[5]; 8. 53-Graham Hamilton[8]; 9. 07-Jacob Kirchoff[10]; 10. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[9]

Race 56 (8 Laps): 1. 24A-KJ Snow[5]; 2. 57T-Kyle Thompson[6]; 3. 1V-Johnny Boland[10]; 4. 49B-Joel Smith[4]; 5. 99M-Mason Seubert[7]; 6. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[2]; 7. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[8]; 8. 56-Michael Hubert[3]; 9. 33W-Rece Wommack[1]; 10. (DNS) 22R-Gage Laney

Race 57 (8 Laps): 1. 36J-Kyle Jones[1]; 2. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[7]; 3. 87-Reed Whitney[3]; 4. 1F-Jason Friesen[5]; 5. 28M-Mick Gile Jr[8]; 6. 18K-Brayden Kongdara[9]; 7. 3J-Cale Coons[10]; 8. 172-Greg Reynolds[4]; 9. 2B-Garrett Benson[6]; 10. 9$-Eddie Ramsey[2]

Race 58 (8 Laps): 1. 17S-Baron Silva[2]; 2. 24S-Colby Sokol[6]; 3. 10C-Matt Carr[9]; 4. 41-Logan Rumsey[10]; 5. 9M-Keith McIntyre Jr[4]; 6. 24R-Ryder Wells[3]; 7. 671-Waylon Phillips[8]; 8. 4C-Cole McDaniel[5]; 9. 29M-Lawrence Mann[7]; 10. (DNF) 7K-Mason Keefer[1]

Race 59 (8 Laps): 1. 21$-Cash Lovenburg[3]; 2. 12J-Jeffrey Newell[10]; 3. 71-Tim Buckwalter[8]; 4. 74X-Xavier Doney[9]; 5. 131-Dusty Young[4]; 6. 117-James Scott[1]; 7. 77M-Matt Ebarb[2]; 8. 27E-Ethan Wicker[7]; 9. 94C-Jordan Clary[5]; 10. 18-Aidan Leingang[6]

Race 60 (8 Laps): 1. 77R-Robbie Smith[2]; 2. 11G-Avery Goodman[1]; 3. 17L-Billy Lawless[3]; 4. 19-Tomas Partington[4]; 5. 51-Joshua Huish[9]; 6. 35C-Logan Calderwood[10]; 7. 2S-Ryan Saunders[5]; 8. 13Z-Chris Counter[7]; 9. 33H-Evan Harvey[8]; 10. (DNF) 20T-Tony Morris[6]

Race 61 (8 Laps): 1. 8A-TJ Smith[1]; 2. 5K-Gavan Boschele[2]; 3. 87X-Chance Crum[5]; 4. 21H-Kameron Key[8]; 5. 24-JW Henderson[4]; 6. 25R-Nathan Rector[3]; 7. 97M-Scotty Milan[10]; 8. 10P-Brian Potter[7]; 9. 4J-Jaylon Mills[6]; 10. 43-Parker Perry[9]

Race 62 (8 Laps): 1. 67-JJ Loss[5]; 2. 21L-Quinton Benson[1]; 3. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[7]; 4. 95A-Eli Adams[6]; 5. 44P-Jeffery Pahule[10]; 6. 4S-Spencer Hill[2]; 7. 96-Jayson Campbell[4]; 8. 5X-Axton Romero[9]; 9. 17C-Christian Galicia[3]; 10. (DNF) 1T-Taylor Whitefield[8]

Race 63 (8 Laps): 1. 01-Weldon Buford[4]; 2. 02-Ashton Torgerson[8]; 3. 31W-Brain McClelland[3]; 4. 1E-Eric Braundmeier[7]; 5. 6C-Trevor Casey[1]; 6. 8G-Teddy Bivert[2]; 7. 18D-Devon Debrick[6]; 8. 33L-Laike Imm[9]; 9. (DNF) 36C-Tuesday Calderwood[5]

Race 64 (8 Laps): 1. 47B-Emerson Axsom[1]; 2. 2L-Austin Lambert[3]; 3. 11C-Darren Brown[2]; 4. 12K-Dylan Kadous[7]; 5. 9C-Cade Cowles[9]; 6. 007-Cody Carter[4]; 7. 44T-Austin Taborski[6]; 8. 97-Damian Norbury[8]; 9. (DNF) 10J-Tracy Henson[5]

A-Class

Top 112 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 8 Qualifying Races

Race 80 (8 Laps): 1. 138-Karson Battarbee[2]; 2. 99D-Bryant Dawson[1]; 3. 38-Riley Osantowski[4]; 4. 319-Haidyn Hansen[6]; 5. 94L-Gage Laney[9]; 6. 1F-Jason Friesen[8]; 7. 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[7]; 8. 20K-Skyler Keeney[5]; 9. 24G-Greyson Springer[3]; 10. (DNS) 17H-Henry Chambers

Race 81 (8 Laps): 1. 39-Russ Disinger[2]; 2. 41-Logan Rumsey[4]; 3. 7X-Kaden Smith[5]; 4. 11H-Nicholas Harris[1]; 5. 75M-Buddy Mullens[7]; 6. 1H-Jett Nunley[6]; 7. 94-Hayden Wise[8]; 8. 24R-Ryder Wells[10]; 9. 00S-TJ Stark[3]; 10. 51-Joshua Huish[9]

Race 82 (8 Laps): 1. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[1]; 2. 66B-Broedy Graham[3]; 3. 2B-Garrett Benson[6]; 4. 35G-Gaige Weldon[8]; 5. 10G-Scout Spraggins[5]; 6. 49A-Aiden Price[7]; 7. 7A-Aaron Jesina[4]; 8. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[10]; 9. 37X-Xander Dundon[2]; 10. 99-Brett Osborn[9]

Race 83 (8 Laps): 1. 49X-Ace Moore[3]; 2. 4H-Harley Hollan[6]; 3. 15N-Neal Allison[2]; 4. 27E-Ethan Wicker[10]; 5. 83W-Shane Weeks[8]; 6. 19J-Justin Robison[1]; 7. 3D-Trent Dixon[9]; 8. 7F-Nolan Bartley[4]; 9. 5B-Cade Bierman[5]; 10. 59X-Richie Harvey[7]

Race 84 (8 Laps): 1. 11G-Avery Goodman[4]; 2. 24C-Cale Lagroon[2]; 3. 95A-Eli Adams[1]; 4. 4B-Brandt Twitty[9]; 5. 8B-Dustin Bottoms[6]; 6. 23X-Rhea Lynn Moss[5]; 7. 18W-Wyatt Bruce[3]; 8. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[8]; 9. (DNF) 21H-Levi Hinck[7]; 10. (DNS) U2-Ryan Cotney

Race 85 (8 Laps): 1. 4C-Cole McDaniel[1]; 2. 4X-Teagen Moles[5]; 3. C71-Carter Jensrud[4]; 4. 10S-Shane Stewart[10]; 5. 87-Reed Whitney[7]; 6. 12M-Shawn Marquez Jr[3]; 7. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[9]; 8. 25J-Delaney Jost[8]; 9. 18G-Leonard Scheumack[2]; 10. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[6]

Race 86 (8 Laps): 1. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[4]; 2. 99K-Seth Stenzel[2]; 3. 23-Alec Quiggle[6]; 4. 80-Cody Caldwell[1]; 5. 02-Ashton Torgerson[7]; 6. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[10]; 7. 18T-Lexa Turner[8]; 8. 114-Sawyer Kiner[5]; 9. 22T-Thomas Byford[3]; 10. 9A-Luke Lane[9]

Race 87 (8 Laps): 1. 10A-Emerson Axsom[7]; 2. 13L-Jack Lobin[3]; 3. 1V-Johnny Boland[9]; 4. 67-JJ Loss[8]; 5. 76-Maverick Elkins[10]; 6. 22X-Riley Goodno[5]; 7. 1T-Taylor Whitefield[2]; 8. 671-Waylon Phillips[6]; 9. 31B-Braxton Weger[1]; 10. 71A-Anthony Rea[4]

Race 88 (8 Laps): 1. 21X-Carson Bolden[1]; 2. 26K-Kale Drake[3]; 3. 72-Alex Karpowicz[4]; 4. 77K-Kyle Fernandez[5]; 5. 43-Parker Perry[10]; 6. 12U-tyler davenport[6]; 7. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[2]; 8. 4S-Spencer Hill[9]; 9. 31-Chad Lobb[7]; 10. (DNF) 30X-John Crowder[8]

Race 89 (8 Laps): 1. 23M-Garrett Massey[1]; 2. 24A-KJ Snow[4]; 3. 20G-Noah Gass[2]; 4. 1C-Connor Lee[6]; 5. 66J-Holden Jennings[3]; 6. 12R-Trey Robb[10]; 7. 14C-Connor Gross[9]; 8. 61C-Chris Parmley[5]; 9. 28C-Carson Brown[8]; 10. (DNF) 9C-Cade Cowles[7]

Race 90 (8 Laps): 1. 71-Tim Buckwalter[3]; 2. 89-Jace Park[9]; 3. 14-Blake Battles[2]; 4. 5G-Landon Graham[1]; 5. 29K-Levi Kuntz[6]; 6. 9B-Casey Bauman[10]; 7. 99M-Mason Seubert[8]; 8. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[4]; 9. 5T-Tommy Velasquez III[7]; 10. 40G-Jason Gariss[5]

Race 91 (8 Laps): 1. 21A-Kainan Baker[1]; 2. 51G-Grant Schaadt[2]; 3. 21B-Justin Bates[3]; 4. 39H-Colton Hardy[8]; 5. 56-Michael Hubert[4]; 6. 17C-Christian Galicia[5]; 7. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[9]; 8. A51-Jason Trosper[7]; 9. 7S-Kanon Posey[10]; 10. 97M-Scotty Milan[6]

Race 92 (8 Laps): 1. 01J-Mitchel Moles[1]; 2. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[2]; 3. 91-Ryan Mueller[3]; 4. 44K-Cory Kelley[5]; 5. 61-Kenny Koelsch[7]; 6. 3E-Drake Edwards[8]; 7. 78C-Chance Cody[4]; 8. 11A-Jaden Alexander[6]; 9. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[9]; 10. 44-Anthony Sunde[10]

Race 93 (8 Laps): 1. 59M-Brody Mclaughlin[2]; 2. 15-Jase Randolph[3]; 3. 62-Rachel Zabawa[4]; 4. 2A-Austin Wood[7]; 5. 297-Dillon Berglan[8]; 6. 14D-Tylen Trammel[9]; 7. 7C-Phillip Cordova[6]; 8. (DNF) 5A-Ava Gropp[1]; 9. (DNF) 111-Mark Reynolds[5]; 10. (DQ) 29-Blake Scott[10]

Race 94 (8 Laps): 1. 30-Jacob Barton[1]; 2. 94C-Craig Ronk[2]; 3. 5R-Chase Rodgers[3]; 4. 58-Carl Lebo[7]; 5. 55X-Lucas Mauldin[6]; 6. 9M-Keith McIntyre Jr[9]; 7. 71J-Jaxton Wiggs[10]; 8. 97-Damian Norbury[4]; 9. 69U-Robert Burnett[5]; 10. (DNF) 77-Preston Norbury[8]

Race 95 (8 Laps): 1. 8P-Caleb Pence[1]; 2. 53X-Daniel Robinson[5]; 3. 24S-Colby Sokol[2]; 4. 15J-Joe Bob Lee[4]; 5. 73B-Braden Chiaramonte[6]; 6. 126-Autumn Criste[3]; 7. 82-Robert Randolph[9]; 8. 22H-Hank Soares[7]; 9. 33L-Laike Imm[8]; 10. 10R-Ray Brewer[10]

Race 96 (8 Laps): 1. 11K-Shawn Mahaffey[1]; 2. 86-Zach Wigal[7]; 3. 54X-Maverick Myrick[8]; 4. 14A-Pat Kelly[3]; 5. 11C-Darren Brown[6]; 6. 75-Mal Mullens[2]; 7. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[4]; 8. 08S-Stefan Sidur[9]; 9. 1B-Brian Bennett[5]; 10. (DNF) 27Q-Kaden Weger[10]

Race 97 (8 Laps): 1. 20Q-Brecken Reese[3]; 2. 5E-Bobby Chapa[1]; 3. 26M-Gavin Miller[6]; 4. 151-Joe B Miller[8]; 5. 74-Robby Brockman[4]; 6. 08C-Cannon McIntosh[5]; 7. 5N-Reece Shelton[7]; 8. 27-Jace Alvarez[9]; 9. 18-Aidan Leingang[2]; 10. 79-Bryson Turner[10]

Race 98 (8 Laps): 1. 21$-Cash Lovenburg[1]; 2. 19E-Edward Hartley III[2]; 3. 101-Brock Berreth[4]; 4. 00T-Cole Tinsley[5]; 5. 5-Bradley Huish[8]; 6. 5X-Axton Romero[6]; 7. 54K-Kinser Endicott[10]; 8. 81-Dekota Gay[3]; 9. 9-Bryce Comer[9]; 10. 3B-Caleb Burge[7]

Race 99 (8 Laps): 1. 14R-Jake Nail[4]; 2. 6B-Blake Parmley[1]; 3. 13-Elijah Gile[5]; 4. 7P-Dylan Ramey[3]; 5. 16F-Matthew Francis[8]; 6. 74T-Tommy Thompson[6]; 7. 45D-Seth Duty[9]; 8. (DNF) 54-Trey Gropp[7]; 9. (DNF) 13C-William Conner[2]; 10. (DNS) 29C-Connor Borah

Race 100 (8 Laps): 1. 83X-Jett Hays[3]; 2. 20H-John Hull[1]; 3. 3J-Cale Coons[7]; 4. 22-Curtis Jones[5]; 5. 29X-Mason Daugherty[4]; 6. 43T-Jack Thomas[9]; 7. 23L-Tyler LaPointe[10]; 8. 97B-Donnie Burrows[2]; 9. 9K-Kieran Casillas[6]; 10. 53-Graham Hamilton[8]

Race 101 (8 Laps): 1. 21J-Kameron Key[2]; 2. 6W-Colin White[4]; 3. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[3]; 4. 29S-Shawn Bloomquist[7]; 5. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[8]; 6. 42A-Ashley Afdahl[1]; 7. 727-Shawn McKinney[6]; 8. 75T-Tyler Johnson[9]; 9. (DNF) 12G-Gage Robb[5]; 10. (DNS) 19S-Sam Johnson

Race 102 (8 Laps): 1. 2X-Jadyn Friesen[3]; 2. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[5]; 3. 22Z-Jaxon Bishop[8]; 4. 13Z-Chris Counter[9]; 5. 16-Darrius Myers[7]; 6. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[6]; 7. 21-Bruce Comer[1]; 8. (DNF) 22M-Sammy McNabb[10]; 9. (DNF) 72D-Derrick Black[2]; 10. (DNF) 33-Cruz Dickerson[4]

Race 103 (8 Laps): 1. 19-Tomas Partington[1]; 2. 48K-Darin Naida[4]; 3. 71K-Daison Pursley[5]; 4. 9T-Christopher Townsend[3]; 5. 17J-Jacob Johnston[6]; 6. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[10]; 7. 95-Paige Moss[9]; 8. 33X-Evan Harvey[8]; 9. 14K-Landon Muehlberger[2]; 10. 81G-Giancarlo Ramessar[7]

Race 104 (8 Laps): 1. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[3]; 2. 88X-Cody Christensen[8]; 3. 08-Peter Smith[1]; 4. 13T-Caiden Mitchell[5]; 5. 16S-Seth Shebester[9]; 6. 02C-Cale McGee[2]; 7. 85J-Logan Julien[7]; 8. 11D-Dominic White[6]; 9. 70-Dwight Green[4]; 10. (DNF) 15H-Jace Hale[10]

Race 105 (8 Laps): 1. 24-JW Henderson[2]; 2. 28H-Chelby Hinton[5]; 3. 83-Brant Woods[1]; 4. 3-Cole Schroeder[7]; 5. 2-Travis Sullivan[3]; 6. 73-Jason McDougal[8]; 7. 82S-Austin Sanders[10]; 8. 122-Lane Warner[9]; 9. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[6]; 10. 16B-Brady Amos[4]

Race 106 (8 Laps): 1. 49-Cameron La Rose[1]; 2. 52J-Conner Long[2]; 3. 10X-Bradyn Warren[3]; 4. 10T-Taylor Morgan[5]; 5. 2E-Eric Botelho[10]; 6. 69-Devin Crawley[7]; 7. 55T-McKenna Haase[6]; 8. 24P-Ryker Pace[9]; 9. 27W-Shawn Wicker[8]; 10. 28S-Daniel Smith[4]

Race 107 (8 Laps): 1. 11L-Laydon Pearson[1]; 2. 51X-Dalton Parreira[4]; 3. 24F-Connor Wolf[3]; 4. 3T-Trevor McIntire[9]; 5. 08J-Jace McIntosh[7]; 6. 12C-Chase Spicola[6]; 7. 18D-Devon Debrick[2]; 8. 11-Harrison Robards[5]; 9. 6X-Mark Martin[8]; 10. (DNS) 18F-Steve Finn

Race 108 (8 Laps): 1. 88W-Eric Wright[1]; 2. 51K-Caleb Martin[3]; 3. 77R-Robbie Smith[8]; 4. 15S-TJ Smith[6]; 5. 17S-Baron Silva[2]; 6. 96-Jayson Campbell[7]; 7. 14T-Tyler Walton[5]; 8. 15M-Collin Mitchell[9]; 9. 23B-Beckham Malone[4]; 10. 9D-Degan Lelsz[10]

Race 109 (8 Laps): 1. 66C-Carsen Perkins[1]; 2. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[2]; 3. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[4]; 4. 97L-Connor Lundy[3]; 5. 88J-Joey Amantea[8]; 6. 5S-Gunnar Setser[9]; 7. 12B-Brandon Boggs[7]; 8. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[5]; 9. 98-James Roselli[6]; 10. 7G-Ollie Geiger[10]

Race 110 (8 Laps): 1. 4Y-Jett Yantis[1]; 2. 10K-Koda Oller[2]; 3. 3R-Hunter Rhoades[3]; 4. 10-Patrick Lundy[4]; 5. 55C-Trevor Cline[9]; 6. 17F-Santino Ferrucci[8]; 7. 77E-Cole Esgar[6]; 8. 66-Jayden Clay[10]; 9. 49S-Mike Snelling[7]; 10. 14H-Harley Whatley[5]

Race 111 (8 Laps): 1. 57-Kyle Chady[1]; 2. 21P-Case Piper[3]; 3. 45M-Megan Thomas[4]; 4. 5K-Gavan Boschele[7]; 5. 36T-Jake Neuman[6]; 6. 88-Austin Torgerson[8]; 7. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[10]; 8. 8S-Landyn Snider[2]; 9. 21K-Keegan Osantowski[9]; 10. 14M-Mike Austin[5]

Race 112 (8 Laps): 1. 15C-Brody Brown[1]; 2. 3Z-Trey Zorn[4]; 3. 93C-Matt Carr[5]; 4. 87C-Brenham Crouch[2]; 5. 29L-Jackson Lauderbaugh[3]; 6. 14B-Ethan Burdett[9]; 7. 05-Joshua Spatola[6]; 8. 57T-Kyle Thompson[10]; 9. 570-Prestyn Brown[7]; 10. 3S-Will Scribner[8]

Race 113 (8 Laps): 1. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[1]; 2. 2K-Kooper Kelly[2]; 3. 73X-Wyatt Miller[8]; 4. 55B-Jett Barnes[6]; 5. 49Z-Zak Moore[9]; 6. 787-Brody Wake[3]; 7. 36S-Darren Stewart[5]; 8. 26C-Chase McDermand[4]; 9. 21G-Garth Kasiner[7]

Race 114 (8 Laps): 1. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[4]; 2. 24T-Glenn James Bratti[1]; 3. 20-Kyle Spence[8]; 4. 36B-Cole Bodine[3]; 5. 57L-Jacob Lucas[5]; 6. 10P-Brian Potter[6]; 7. 23C-Josh Castro[9]; 8. 26P-Preston Lattomus[2]; 9. 99X-Trey Gibbs[7]

Race 115 (8 Laps): 1. 36K-Kris Carroll[8]; 2. 14F-Bobby Wofford Jr[1]; 3. 4N-Ryan Winter[4]; 4. 91K-Kevin Bayer[6]; 5. 68-Landon Ellis[9]; 6. 6C-Trevor Casey[3]; 7. 191-Bash Ferguson[2]; 8. 29D-Dylan Menditto[7]; 9. 45-Bradley Cox[5]

Race 116 (8 Laps): 1. 7J-Michael Faccinto[2]; 2. 52H-Hayden Mabe[1]; 3. 88R-Ryder Laplante[5]; 4. 1-Kortland Stephens[3]; 5. 17A-Austin Barnhill[7]; 6. 36R-Kevin Reed[8]; 7. 38S-Tim Snelling[6]; 8. 84S-Sean Cleavland[9]; 9. 6T-Robert Tidaback[4]

Race 117 (8 Laps): 1. 18K-Brayden Kongdara[4]; 2. 81X-Frank Flud[6]; 3. 8J-Jonathan Beason[3]; 4. 10B-Braden Pfeiffer[9]; 5. 110-Karter Battarbee[2]; 6. 21C-Carter Holt[7]; 7. 8-Coleten Agee[8]; 8. 97T-Matt Taylor[1]; 9. 7-Quinn Thurein[5]

Restricted

Top 72 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 6 Qualifying Races

Race 65 (8 Laps): 1. 11H-Nicholas Harris[1]; 2. 55X-Lucas Mauldin[6]; 3. 114-Sawyer Kiner[4]; 4. 319-Haidyn Hansen[5]; 5. 95-Ryker Morrow[3]; 6. 77K-Kyle Fernandez[7]; 7. 24-Kameron Sneed[8]; 8. 61-Brannon Lucas[2]; 9. 5-Owin Halpain[9]

Race 66 (8 Laps): 1. 30-Kyler Bearce[1]; 2. 8-Logun Lunsford[3]; 3. 24C-Cale Lagroon[8]; 4. 14-Ethan Burdett[5]; 5. 4K-Khloe Cotton[6]; 6. 6-Levi Copass[7]; 7. 13-Gaige Weldon[4]; 8. 37X-Xander Dundon[9]; 9. 92-Silas Cleaveland[2]

Race 67 (8 Laps): 1. 5E-Eli Holden[3]; 2. 2A-Grant Schaadt[2]; 3. 20Q-Brecken Reese[5]; 4. 21H-Levi Hinck[7]; 5. 13V-Braxon Vasconcellos[1]; 6. 22H-Hank Soares[8]; 7. 57S-Ella Simpson[6]; 8. 18-Tityn Roberts[4]; 9. (DNS) 21K-Keegan Osantowski

Race 68 (8 Laps): 1. 10S-Scout Spraggins[2]; 2. 47-Colby Sokol[9]; 3. 10B-Braden Pfeiffer[7]; 4. 5H-Wout Hoffmans[5]; 5. 9C-Jace Cooksey[3]; 6. 2K-Kooper Kelly[6]; 7. 87C-Callan Hill[4]; 8. (DNF) 28-Hunter Lewis[1]; 9. (DNF) B2-Carson Bolden[8]

Race 69 (8 Laps): 1. 3-Lathe Griggs[1]; 2. GH7-Garyn Howard[3]; 3. 87X-Cooper Williams[2]; 4. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[4]; 5. 22R-Ryder Eigenrauch[8]; 6. 97L-Connor Lundy[6]; 7. 11M-Mattix McBride[5]; 8. 9-Weston Doklan[9]; 9. 14T-Heath Walton[7]

Race 70 (8 Laps): 1. 45-Bradley Cox[4]; 2. 5S-Stone Smith[2]; 3. 5G-Kollin Klein[1]; 4. 23-Mason Nester[6]; 5. 1K-Kolette Dicero[5]; 6. 03-James Ferrin[8]; 7. (DNF) 23X-Jaxson Morgan[3]; 8. (DNF) 46-Cale McGee[7]; 9. (DNS) 9D-Degan Lelsz

Race 71 (8 Laps): 1. 71J-Jaxton Wiggs[4]; 2. 2C-Lucas Conner[2]; 3. 95W-Nathan Ward[9]; 4. 2M-Grayson Price[6]; 5. 4-Hayden Alberson[1]; 6. 16-Colton Holland[3]; 7. 95X-Steven Doss[7]; 8. 71M-Nash Mack[8]; 9. 15-Jaxson Sowers[5]

Race 72 (8 Laps): 1. 73X-Wyatt Miller[7]; 2. 64-Kolton Spencer[1]; 3. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[6]; 4. 00T-TJ Stark[9]; 5. 88L-Landen Adams[5]; 6. 14K-Kyle Hooper[4]; 7. 25A-Bradley Anderson[8]; 8. 7X-Logan Wood[3]; 9. (DNF) 17B-Brycen Roush[2]

Race 73 (8 Laps): 1. 73-Chase McDougal[2]; 2. 1P-Mekentzi Potter[3]; 3. 5P-Brock Pinkerous[5]; 4. 84-Dalten Maust[4]; 5. 23J-Jace Wren[6]; 6. 04-Jude Allgayer[1]; 7. 14C-Jayce Caldwell[8]; 8. 18K-Keegan Gasseling[7]; 9. 71K-Tate Gurney[9]

Race 74 (8 Laps): 1. 33-Jett Nunley[1]; 2. 55B-Rylan Sharrah[5]; 3. 5L-Landon Jesina[4]; 4. 88K-Bryce Kujath[9]; 5. V5-Vito Cancilla[6]; 6. 3D-Trent Dixon[7]; 7. 11V-Zayden Vasquez[8]; 8. P24-Aiden Howard[3]; 9. 81G-Giancarlo Ramessar[2]

Race 75 (8 Laps): 1. 63-Jack Thomas[4]; 2. 4G-Landon Gasseling[2]; 3. 17L-Chase Lauderbaugh[6]; 4. 43-Parker Perry[7]; 5. 2T-Tyler Crow[8]; 6. 5C-Cooper Miller[9]; 7. 23B-Beckham Malone[3]; 8. K9-Sami Porter[5]; 9. 67Z-Isabell Wilson[1]

Race 76 (8 Laps): 1. 66B-Blayden Graham[4]; 2. 126-Autumn Criste[2]; 3. 97-Cash Lacombe[6]; 4. 12T-Tori Tyer[5]; 5. 70-Micah Becker[7]; 6. 7G-Ollie Geiger[1]; 7. 30P-Blake Pittman[8]; 8. (DNF) 20K-Skyler Keeney[3]; 9. (DNS) 20-Aaron Cook

Race 77 (8 Laps): 1. 15C-Brody Brown[4]; 2. 6K-Brylee Kilmer[1]; 3. 04H-Kyle Heflin[7]; 4. 31B-Braxton Weger[9]; 5. 11-Harrison Robards[8]; 6. 81L-Ethan Larsen[2]; 7. 20S-Shali Buck[6]; 8. 27T-Trevor Twardeski[5]; 9. (DNF) 1-Kortland Stephens[3]

Race 78 (8 Laps): 1. 8S-Landyn Snider[3]; 2. 7-Quinn Thurein[6]; 3. 15H-Jace Hale[1]; 4. 94-Hayden Wise[9]; 5. 66-Brantley Henderson[2]; 6. 1H-Hudson Truitt[4]; 7. 09W-Wesley Sweatman[7]; 8. L8-Ethan Stevens[5]; 9. (DNF) 18Z-Zander Altis[8]

Race 79 (8 Laps): 1. 7S-Kanon Posey[1]; 2. 11E-Enzo Spicola[2]; 3. 49A-Ace Moore[3]; 4. 14B-Brody Bridgeman[7]; 5. 71A-Anthony Rea[5]; 6. 19A-Ayla Morefield[4]; 7. (DNF) 06-Andres Jones[6]; 8. (DNF) 21-Brayton Roberts[8]

Junior Sprints*

Top 60 in points to 6 Qualifying Races

Race 118 (8 Laps): 1. 66B-Blayden Graham[1]; 2. 26P-Jaxson Peters[2]; 3. 36J-JJ Beason[7]; 4. 88E-Emery Laplante[3]; 5. 75-Masyon Truitt[6]; 6. 9-Case Hockman[4]; 7. 29C-Clayton Jenkins[5]; 8. 777-Corbin Weekly[8]

Race 119 (8 Laps): 1. 17B-Brycen Roush[2]; 2. 14K-Kinser Bloomquist[5]; 3. 5E-Eli Holden[6]; 4. 22-Ryker Jones[1]; 5. 5K-Kaden Wells[3]; 6. 24-Cam Acker[7]; 7. (DNF) 98P-Paul Westfall[8]; 8. (DNF) 37K-Kacie Pittman[4]

Race 120 (8 Laps): 1. 36T-Trenton Tyer[1]; 2. 11-Mattix McBride[6]; 3. 37-Koleton Dempsey[2]; 4. 28W-Blainey Woods[4]; 5. 26N-Nate Daniel[5]; 6. 16-Berkley Reese[3]; 7. (DNF) 12C-Bella Coleman[8]; 8. (DNF) 1K-Kolette Dicero[7]

Race 121 (8 Laps): 1. 15H-Colton Hale[1]; 2. 12P-Collin Pruitt[3]; 3. 19J-JT Daniel[2]; 4. 17D-Dylan Balog[8]; 5. 95G-Gunner Griffin[5]; 6. 66-Jack Loss[4]; 7. 82-Peyton Buntin[7]; 8. (DNF) V5-Vito Cancilla[6]

Race 122 (8 Laps): 1. 17C-Caleb Johannesen[1]; 2. 6-Henry Alberson[4]; 3. 7D-Jackson Davenport[5]; 4. 4-David Spencer[8]; 5. 1W-Heath Walton[3]; 6. 2M-Lee Moses[7]; 7. 90-Maxwell Norick[6]; 8. (DNF) 15-Jaxson Sowers[2]

Race 123 (8 Laps): 1. 7M-Miken Iverson[4]; 2. 36R-Rayce Reed[1]; 3. 9S-Braxton Stewart[5]; 4. 5-Jace Thurein[3]; 5. 387-Nash Edwards[7]; 6. 17A-Evan Boyd[2]; 7. 36-Maverick Reed[6]; 8. (DNS) 5G-Kollin Klein

Race 124 (8 Laps): 1. 21J-Jayden Hiller[1]; 2. N90-Kyle Heflin[2]; 3. 11S-Sawyer McBride[7]; 4. 04-Jude Allgayer[4]; 5. 1-Ryder Morris[3]; 6. 98-Mason McBride[6]; 7. 10C-Charmayne Cary[8]; 8. 74C-Cale Martin[5]

Race 125 (8 Laps): 1. 81-Braxton Flatt[2]; 2. 14J-Jaxon Nail[6]; 3. 71-Jagger Wiggs[8]; 4. 50-Tristan Pena[3]; 5. 17Z-Zach Leeke[4]; 6. 1P-Paxton Perry[5]; 7. 43L-Leon Wilmore[1]; 8. (DNF) 14-Chase Buntin[7]

Race 126 (8 Laps): 1. 13V-Braxon Vasconcellos[1]; 2. 18B-Brexton Busch[5]; 3. 51-Tate Gurney[8]; 4. 19-Liam Barton[6]; 5. 10E-Eli Potter[3]; 6. 55H-Hudson Truitt[2]; 7. 24N-Nathan Fernandez[4]; 8. 7X-Logan Wood[7]

Race 127 (8 Laps): 1. 5B-Cole Bennett[1]; 2. 63-Gavin Burge[4]; 3. 71K-Oren Basham[2]; 4. 4G-Ryker Griggs[5]; 5. 14Q-Quentin Hagopian[6]; 6. 2-Luke Booher[7]; 7. 53-Cooper Canady[3]; 8. 1L-Axten Larsen[8]

Race 128 (8 Laps): 1. 27-Brody Stewart[2]; 2. 9B-Bristol Spicola[7]; 3. 28B-Madden Thulin[3]; 4. 55K-Kayden Anderson[5]; 5. 94-Dalton Clary[4]; 6. 3K-Kaden Pacheco[6]; 7. 39-Holley Spake[8]; 8. 9C-Grayson Cooksey[1]

Race 129 (8 Laps): 1. 17M-Mackcen Roush[2]; 2. 55X-Maya Mauldin[3]; 3. 17-Cole Jones[6]; 4. 33-Noah Betts[5]; 5. 21W-Oakley Wren[7]; 6. 11K-Kyle Klagenberg[4]; 7. 99L-Jett Larson[8]; 8. 14V-Brett Vanzant[1]

 

38th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout Underway With Outlaw Heat Races Complete

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (December 27, 2022) Clicking off the opening 24 events of the Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout, the 38th edition of the “Mecca of Micros” greeted 239 drivers to Tulsa Expo Raceway clay to begin their trek towards a Golden Driller.

California drivers earned the most wins with five, over Oklahoma with four. Illinois, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania drivers all earned a pair of wins, but the stat that counts is passing points earned with California’s Jett Barnes, who advanced from ninth to win Heat Race 17, earning the most points so far.

The average starting spot for Heat Race winners thus far is 2.25, with half of those races winning from the pole.

Looking ahead to Wednesday, 117 races are on the docket, with 40 Heat Races for Outlaw Non-Wing kicking off the run of events. Restricted follows with 15, then A-Class at 38, and Junior Sprints with a dozen before bringing Outlaw back for D and C-Features. In all, 358 races are slated to be contested this week across six divisions.

The 38th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout continues on Wednesday, December 28, 2022, and runs through Saturday, December 31, 2022. Racing each day begins at 9:00 A.M. (CT). The tentative lineup of remaining events is as follows:

Wednesday Schedule:

Heat Races (8 laps):

25-64: Outlaw Non-Wing (40)

65-79: Restricted A Class (15)

80-117: A Class Winged (38)

118-129: Junior Sprints (12)

D & C Mains (10 Laps):

130-133: Outlaw Winged D Mains (4 – 4 Advance to C Mains)

134-141: Outlaw Winged C Mains (8 – 2 Advance to B Mains)

Thursday Schedule:

Heat Races (8 laps):

142-183: Stock Non-Wing (42)

Qualifying Races (10 Laps):

184-189: Junior Sprints (6)

E Mains (8 Laps), D Mains & C Mains (10 Laps):

190-197: Outlaw Non-Wing E Mains (8 – 2 Advance to D Mains)

198-205: Outlaw Non-Wing D Mains (8 – 2 Advance to C Mains)

206-213: Outlaw Non-Wing C Mains (8 – 2 Advance to B Mains)

214-221: A Class Winged E Mains (8 – 2 Advance to D Mains)

222-229: A Class Winged D Mains (8 – 2 Advance to C Mains)

230-237: A Class Winged C Mains (8 – 2 Advance to B Mains)

Friday Schedule:

E (8 Laps), D Mains & C Mains (10 Laps):

238-245: Stock Non-Wing E Mains (8 – 2 Advance to D Mains)

246-253: Stock Non-Wing D Mains (8 – 2 Advance to C Mains)

254-261: Stock Non-Wing C Mains (8 – 2 Advance to B Mains)

Qualifying Races (10 Laps):

262-269: Outlaw Non-Wing (8)

Junior Sprints C Mains 7 B MAINS (10 Laps)

270-273: Junior Sprint C Mains (4 -2 Advance to B Mains)

274-277: Junior Sprints (10 Laps: 4 – Top 2 from each Advance to A Main)

Qualifying Races (10 Laps):

278-285: Stock Non-Wing (8)

286-291: Restricted A Class (6)

292-299: Outlaw Winged (8)

300-307: A Class Winged (8)

Saturday Schedule:

B Mains:

308-315: Stock Non-Wing (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ)

316-323: Outlaw Non-Wing (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ)

324-331: A Class Winged (12 Laps: 8 Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ)

332-339: Outlaw Winged (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ)

340-347: Restricted A Class (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ)

Last Chance A Main Qualifiers (12 Laps):

348: Stock Non-Wing (Top 8 Advance to A Main)

349: Outlaw Non-Wing (Top 8 Advance to A Main)

350: Restricted A Class (Top 8 Advance to A Main)

351: A Class Winged (Top 8 Advance to A Main)

352: Outlaw Winged (Top 8 Advance to A Main)

Championship A Mains:

353: Stock Non-Wing (30 Laps)

354: Junior Sprints (20 Laps)

355: Outlaw Non-Wing (30 Laps)

356: Restricted A Class (25 Laps)

357: A Class Winged (30 Laps)

358: Outlaw Winged (55 Laps)

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. 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 of