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ASCS Lone Star ready for Lubbock and Abilene

TULSA, Okla. (April 21, 2014) - The Smiley's Racing Products Lone Star Region hosts their first stand-alone shows of the 2014 season this weekend with a West Texas double header in Lubbock and Abilene with each night offering a $2,000 to win, $250 to start payout.

Friday, April 25 will see the Lone Star Region at the Lubbock Speedway. Jake Martens grabbed the victory in the Region's last visit on September 1, 2013 with Matt Covington and Aaron Reutzel completing the podium. Events on Friday are scheduled to begin at 8:00 P.M. (CT) and will include IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Sport Mods, IMCA I-Stocks, IMCA Hobby Stocks, and Pure Stocks.

Admission on Friday is $15 with gates opening at 5:30 P.M. For more information on the Lubbock Speedway, log onto http://www.lubbockspeedway.com.

Saturday, April 26 moves to the Abilene Speedway where Matt Covington scored his only Lone Star Regional victory of the 2013 season ahead of Patrick Stasa and Kolt Walker. The undercard on Saturday includes IMCA Modifieds, Sport Mods, IMCA Stock Cars, Hobby Stocks, Street Stocks, and Junior Mini Stocks.

Racing on Saturday begins at 8:00 P.M. (CT) with admission set at $10. For more information on the Abilene Speedway, log onto http://www.abilenespeedway.com.

John Carney II currently leads the Lone Star standings with Patrick Stasa trailing by 26 markers after the season opener at the Devil's Bowl Speedway. Josh Baughman is third with Michael Lang and Travis Rilat making up the top five.

For continued updates, news, and information on the Smiley's Racing Products Lone Star Region and the entire ASCS Nation, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

 

 

Weekend Rewind: American Sprint Car Series

TULSA, Okla. (April 21, 2014) - This past Easter Weekend, the American Sprint Car Series saw regional competition headlining four ovals in Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region, Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region, and Speedway Motors Warrior Region.

Through Saturday, the ASCS Nation has seen 19 race nights contested, accounting for 24 sanctioned events this season at 14 tracks in seven states (AR, AZ, NE, MO, NM, OK, and TX). Fifteen drivers have an A-Feature win in 2014 while four drivers have multiple victories.

The Winners

• Blake Hahn - The grandson of series founder Emmett Hahn found victory on Friday, April 18 at the Heart O' Texas Speedway, and according to the report submitted by Gulf South Director, Keith Johnson, did it in dramatic style. Nearly getting upside down on the fifteenth lap, Hahn recovered and between he and Brandon Berryman, brought a capacity crowd to their collective feet with a last lap shootout. The win counts as Hahn's first of the season.

• Seth Bergman - The Washington native's second ASCS triumph of the season, Seth Bergman topped the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region's opener at the West Siloam Speedway; working past Morgan Turpen after a Lap 21 red flag. This marks the second year in a row that Bergman has won the Sooner Region opener, doing so in 2013 at the Creek County Speedway.

• Sean McClelland - The Springfield Raceway offered up a slick surface for drivers in the ASCS Sooner and Warrior Regions on Saturday, and the race unfolded with plenty of drama; especially at the end. After a Lap 21 caution, fifth running Dustin Morgan was quickly second running Dustin Morgan, and was running down Sean McClelland. Working to the outside of the No. 1, Morgan had the run coming to the white flag, but found the right rear of McClelland suddenly blocking the road to victory. While some displeasure was shown after the checkered flag, post race interviews were very respectful as each driver paid complements to one another, stating if the roles were reversed, the same move would have been utilized. The win was Sean's first of the season.

• Aaron Reutzel - For the third time in as many years, Aaron Reutzel picked up the Nolan Wren Memorial at the Gator Motorplex. Leading flag to flag, the win is Reutzel's second ASCS victory of the season, and first of the year with the Gulf South Region. His fifth podium finish of the year, Reutzel finished third the night before at the Heart O' Texas Speedway.

The rest of the weekend:

• Speaking of Reutzel - The driver of the No. 87 may have pulled off bronze and gold medal runs over the weekend, but the start was anything less than wonderful. Scattering an engine during his Heat Race at the Heart O' Texas Speedway, Reutzel and crew chief, Ryan Beechler, thrashed to swap things out for Friday's A-Feature. Gridding the No. 87 eighteenth, all that hard work was worthwhile as Reutzel tore a path to the front.

• Introducing...Zane Lawrence - What do most 14 year olds do these days to occupy their time on a Friday or Saturday night? For Zane Lawrence, driving Sprint Cars sounds like a great idea as the Lillian, Texas teenager pulled off his best finish ever in ASCS competition at the Gator Motorplex, finishing second to Aaron Reutzel. In fact, Zane has raced three times with the Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region in 2014 and has not finished outside the top-ten.

• Brandon Berryman - Towards the end of the 2013 season, Brandon Berryman had to undergo surgery to have a Pacemaker installed. This past weekend, he got behind the wheel for the first time in 2014 to put his ticker's new metronome to the test. He nearly pulled off the win at the Heart O' Texas Speedway and the hard charger the following night at the Gator Motorplex with a fifth place finish.

• Casey Wills - The driver of the No. 31 took a very hard ride on Friday at the West Siloam Speedway. Wills landed outside the wall that lines turns one and two. He was taken by ambulance for treatment, but has been reported to be okay, just sore.

• Headset to Helmet - It's not often that Matt Ward gets to race. A former Micro and Midget driver, the National Coordinator for the American Sprint Car Series, Tulsa Shootout, and Chili Bowl Nationals did however get to play this past weekend with the ASCS Sooner Region and fared well, earning Hard Charger on Friday with a run from eighteenth to ninth, followed by a sixth on Saturday.

On Deck: ASCS Regional competition will again be the highlight of the coming weekend as the Smiley's Racing Products Lone Star Region heads for the Lubbock Speedway on Friday, April 25 then the Abilene Speedway on Saturday, April 26.

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, KSE Racing Products, SpeedMart, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Reutzel claims third consecutive Wren Memorial Views: 55 0 0 Reutzel claims third consecutive Wren Memorial

WILLIS, Texas (April 19, 2014) - For the third year in a row, Aaron Reutzel claimed victory at the Gator Motorplex; topping the Nolan Wren Memorial with the Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region.

Starting outside the front row, Reutzel jumped to the point and led start to finish. Fourteen year old Zane Lawrence crossed second with Travis Elliott third. Tyson Hall was fourth with Brandon Berryman calming the Hard Charger, coming from tenth to round out the top five.

Channin Tankersley, Chris Sweeney, Blake Hahn, John Pate, and James McNeil made up the top ten.

The Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region is in action next at the Golden Triangle Raceway Park on Friday, May 2 and Battleground Speedway on Saturday, May 3. For continued updates and information on the American Sprint Car Series, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region Gator Motorplex - Willis, Texas Saturday, April 19, 2014

Car Count: 18

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 17-Blake Hahn; 2. 93-Chris Sweeney; 3. 5X-Tyson Hall; 4. 36-John Pate; 5. 17T-Larry Howery; 6. 29-Mike Walling

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 76-Zane Lawrence; 2. 15T-Travis Elliott; 3. 31-Brandon Berryman; 4. 25M-James McNeil; 5. 51-Caleb Martin; 6. 1A-Kevin Ramey

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 87-Aaron Reutzel; 2. 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek; 3. 11-Channin Tankersley; 4. 12-Scott Smith; 5. 24-Brandie Jass; 6. 63T-Brandon Martin

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 87-Aaron Reutzel[2]; 2. 76-Zane Lawrence[5]; 3. 15T-Travis Elliott[4]; 4. 5X-Tyson Hall[6]; 5. 31-Brandon Berryman[10]; 6. 11-Channin Tankersley[1]; 7. 93-Chris Sweeney[8]; 8. 17-Blake Hahn[3]; 9. 36-John Pate[12]; 10. 25M-James McNeil[11]; 11. 12-Scott Smith[9]; 12. 1A-Kevin Ramey[17]; 13. 29-Mike Walling[16]; 14. 17T-Larry Howery[13]; 15. 24-Brandie Jass[15]; 16. 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek[7]; 17. (DNF) 63T-Brandon Martin[18]; 18. (DNF) 51-Caleb Martin[14]

Lap Leader(s): Aaron Reutzel 1-25

 

 

Sean McClelland Muscles to Victory at Springfield

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (April 19, 2014) - Sean McClelland was determined to win, and it showed in a wheel-to-wheel battle in the closing laps with Dustin Morgan with the ASCS Sooner and Warrior Regions at the high-banked Springfield Raceway in Springfield, Mo.

Taking the lead after a Lap 21 restart that saw Zach Pringle's machine give up at the green, McClelland stuck low as Dustin Morgan, who restarted fifth, shot to the top side; picking off three drivers to get to second in a single lap.

Side by side for the lead with two revolutions to complete, Morgan worked into McClelland's line of site at the white flag. Showing the Maxwell Oil No. 1 the line, McClelland moved up the track and slammed the door on the Ark Wrecking No. 93 to secure the victory.

Dustin Morgan regrouped to hold on for second with Mike Goodman hustling from eighth to complete the podium. Seth Bergman crossed fourth, after contact with another driver on the start sent the Corridor Electric No. 23 to the tail, with Alex Sewell settling for fifth after leading the first half of the night's feature event.

Matt Ward, Randy Hibbs, Morgan Turpen, J.R. Topper, and Terry Gray completed the top-ten.

The American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region competes again with the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour on Friday, May 2 at the Outlaw Motorsports Park in Muskogee, Okla. The Speedway Motors Warrior Region is in action at the Impact Signs Open Wheel Showdown on Saturday, May 3 at the Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Mo.

For continued updates, news, and information regarding the American Sprint Car Series, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner / Speedway Motors ASCS Warrior Springfield Raceway - Springfield, Mo. Saturday, April 19, 2014

Car Count: 17

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 93-Dustin Morgan; 2. 1-Sean McClelland; 3. 17W-Harli White; 4. 14Z-Zach Pringle; 5. 10M-Morgan Turpen; 6. 57-Kyle Chady; 7. (DNF) 92J-J.R. Topper; 8. (DNF) 10-Terry Gray; DNS 76-Jay Russell

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 51-Matt Ward; 2. 23-Seth Bergman; 3. 8-Alex Sewell; 4. 11AM-Mike Goodman; 5. 2A-Randy Hibbs; 6. 04-Brad Graham; 7. 50LP-Michael Sosebee; 8. (DNF) 0H-Brian Hatlestad

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 1-Sean McClelland[4]; 2. 93-Dustin Morgan[3]; 3. 11AM-Mike Goodman[8]; 4. 23-Seth Bergman[7]; 5. 8-Alex Sewell[1]; 6. 51-Matt Ward[5]; 7. 2A-Randy Hibbs[10]; 8. 10M-Morgan Turpen[9]; 9. 92J-J.R. Topper[16]; 10. 10-Terry Gray[11]; 11. (DNF) 14Z-Zach Pringle[2]; 12. (DNF) 17W-Harli White[6]; 13. (DNF) 04-Brad Graham[14]; 14. (DNF) 57-Kyle Chady[12]; 15. (DNF) 0H-Brian Hatlestad[15]; 16. (DNF) 76-Jay Russell[17]; 17. (DNF) 50LP-Michael Sosebee[13]

 

 

Blake Hahn captures the Heart O' Texas with Gulf South Triumph

WACO, Texas (April 18, 2014) - A packed house had hearts pounding on Saturday night as Blake Hahn captured his first ASCS triumph of the season, taking the Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Regional victory at the Heart O' Texas Speedway in Waco, Texas.

Getting the victory in slower traffic, Hahn edged out Brandon Berryman in his first night back behind the wheel in almost a year after being fitted with a Pacemaker in 2013.

Gridding the Old School Racing No. 17 third, Hahn and company gave chase to Justin Melton the first sixteen laps with Berryman charging from sixth to take the lead on Lap 17. Hahn, who nearly went upside down on Lap 15 was able to work past Berryman on Lap 22, leading the following lap with the Baytown Ford No. 31 reclaiming the lead at the white flag.

With slower cars stacked ahead of the leaders entering turn one, Berryman committed to the bottom, just as the high line cleared for Hahn to sail by for the race win.

Brandon Berryman crossed a close second with Aaron Reutzel overcoming a failed engine in his Heat Race to shred from eighteenth to the final podium step. Justin Melton slipped to fourth with Kevin Ramey completing the top five.

Channin Tankersley, Chris Sweeney, Ray Allen Kulhanek, Zane Lawrence, and Jon Pate made up the top ten.

The Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region returns to the Gator Motorplex in Willis, Texas on Saturday, April 19 for the third annual Nolan Wren Memorial. Aaron Reutzel in the defending champion of the event. For more information on the American Sprint Car Series, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region Heart O' Texas Speedway - Waco, Texas Friday, April 18, 2014

Car Count: 19

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 36-John Pate; 2. 17T-Larry Howery; 3. 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek; 4. 93-Chris Sweeney; 5. 11-Channin Tankersley; 6. 21-Michele Melton; 7. 5X-Tyson Hall

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 31-Brandon Berryman; 2. 76-Zane Lawrence; 3. 28-Tommy Bryant; 4. 24-Brandie Jass; 5. (DNF) 74E-Claud Estes III; 6. (DNF) 12-Scott Smith

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 17-Blake Hahn; 2. 11X-Justin Melton; 3. 19-Klint Angelette; 4. 1A-Kevin Ramey; 5. 29-Mike Walling; 6. (DNF) 87-Aaron Reutzel

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 17-Blake Hahn[3]; 2. 31-Brandon Berryman[6]; 3. 87-Aaron Reutzel[18]; 4. 11X-Justin Melton[1]; 5. 1A-Kevin Ramey[9]; 6. 11-Channin Tankersley[13]; 7. 93-Chris Sweeney[2]; 8. 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek[10]; 9. 76-Zane Lawrence[5]; 10. 36-John Pate[7]; 11. 74E-Claud Estes III[15]; 12. 29-Mike Walling[14]; 13. 17T-Larry Howery[8]; 14. 5X-Tyson Hall[19]; 15. 24-Brandie Jass[12]; 16. (DNF) 28-Tommy Bryant[4]; 17. (DNF) 19-Klint Angelette[11]; 18. (DNF) 21-Michele Melton[17]; DNS 12-Scott Smith

Lap Leader(s): Justin Melton 1-16; Brandon Berryman 17-21, 24; Blake Hahn 22, 23, 25

 

 

Seth Bergman tops ASCS Sooner at West Siloam

WEST SILOAM SPRINGS, Okla. (April 18, 2014) - Seth Bergman picked up his second ASCS Regional victory of the season, this time at the West Siloam Speedway in West Siloam Springs, Okla., and for the second straight year topped the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region's season opening event.

Drawing the pole for the night $2,000 to win event, Bergman rode second to Morgan Turpen, who jumped to the lead from the outside of the front row.

An extended red on Lap 16 gave Bergman the chance to tweak his Oil Field Equipment and Manufacturing No. 23, and was able to roll to the center line of the West Siloam Speedway on the restart to claim the lead.

Morgan Turpen held on for second with Dustin Morgan making a late race charge to third with a last corner pass on Mike Goodman. Terry Gray completed the top five.

Alex DeCamp crossed sixth with Arkansas's Zach Pringle seventh. Kyle Clark advanced to eighth from twelfth followed by Matt Ward, who was the night's hard charger, moving up nine spots to finish ninth. Kyle Chady rounded out the top ten.

The American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region returns to competition on Saturday, April 19 along with the Speedway Motors ASCS Warrior Region at the Springfield Raceway in Springfield, Mo. For more information on the American Sprint Car Series, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region West Siloam Speedway - West Siloam Springs, Okla. Friday, April 18, 2014

Car Count: 21 Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 10M-Morgan Turpen; 2. 10-Terry Gray; 3. 14Z-Zach Pringle; 4. 57-Kyle Chady; 5. 14K-Kyle Bellm; 6. 51-Matt Ward; 7. 35-Rick Wright Jr

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 93-Dustin Morgan; 2. 84-Alex DeCamp; 3. 23-Seth Bergman; 4. 11AM-Mike Goodman; 5. 9$-Kyle Clark; 6. 8M-Kade Morton; 7. 04-Brad Graham

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 31-Casey Wills; 2. 3H-Brandon Hanks; 3. 13-Taylor Tidmore; 4. 8-Alex Sewell; 5. 29-Brandon Hahn; 6. 7M-Chance Morton; 7. 18K-Rob Hooper

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[1]; 2. 10M-Morgan Turpen[2]; 3. 93-Dustin Morgan[8]; 4. 11AM-Mike Goodman[10]; 5. 10-Terry Gray[4]; 6. 84-Alex DeCamp[3]; 7. 14Z-Zach Pringle[7]; 8. 9$-Kyle Clark[12]; 9. 51-Matt Ward[18]; 10. 57-Kyle Chady[13]; 11. 8M-Kade Morton[17]; 12. 35-Rick Wright Jr[19]; 13. 7M-Chance Morton[16]; 14. 04-Brad Graham[20]; 15. 18K-Rob Hooper[21]; 16. (DNF) 13-Taylor Tidmore[9]; 17. (DNF) 31-Casey Wills[6]; 18. (DNF) 14K-Kyle Bellm[15]; 19. (DNF) 8-Alex Sewell[11]; 20. (DNF) 29-Brandon Hahn[14]; 21. (DNF) 3H-Brandon Hanks[5]

Lap Leader(s): Morgan Turpen 1-16, Seth Bergman 17-25

 

 

Pit Passes and Cash up for grabs in the Gulf South

TULSA, Okla. (April 15, 2014) - Bruce Griffith, Jr. might be the "Gulf Coast Santa Clause", as the owner of Griffith Truck and Equipment has again offered bonuses and incentives for those who choose to compete with the region he sponsors; the ASCS Gulf South Region.

With the Gulf South Region in action this weekend at the Heart O' Texas Speedway and Gator Motorplex, Griffith is offering a $500 bonus to any driver who can sweep the weekend with the Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region.

On top of that, according to Bruce, any driver who is not a registered member of the Gulf South Region of the American Sprint Car Series that runs with the Region this weekend will receive two free pit passes courtesy of Griffith Truck and Equipment.

Rounds five and six on the 2014 Gulf South Regional lineup, Friday at the Heart O' Texas Speedway will begin at 8:00 P.M. (CT). The undercard includes IMCA Modifieds, Sport Mods, Street Stocks, Hobby Stocks, Bombers, Jr. Sprints, Twister, and Outlaw Twisters. Adult tickets are $15.00 with discounts for kids at the gate. For more information, log onto http://www.heartotexspeedway.com.

Events on Saturday at the Gator Motorplex will begin at 5:00 P.M. (CT) and include Southern United Sprints, Eighth Mile Sprint Series, Gulf Coast Mod Lites, Limited Modifieds, and Pure Stocks. Admission is $15.00 with discounts for children at the gate. For more information, log onto http://www.gatormotorplex.net.

For continued updates on the American Sprint Car Series, from the Regions to the National Tour, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

 

 

ASCS Gulf South Heads for Waco and Willis

TULSA, Okla. (April 14, 2014) - The Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region returns to competition this weekend with events at the Heart O' Texas Speedway in Waco, Texas on Friday, April 18 and Gator Motorplex in Willis, Texas on Saturday, April 19.

ASCS National Tour regulars Seth Bergman and Sam Hafertepe, Jr. currently lead the regional standings with Bergman atop the ladder by 20 over Hafertepe but will not be present this weekend as the Washington native is scheduled to compete with the ASCS Sooner and Warrior Regions.

Odessa's Josh Baughman is currently third in driver standings with Blake Hahn fourth. After a rough end to his weekend at the Battleground Speedway, Channin Tankersley has managed to stay up in the standings, currently fifth.

Chris Sweeney, Klint Angelette, Ray Allen Kulhanek, John Pate, and Wes Miller currently make up the top ten in driver standings.

Rounds five and six on the 2014 Gulf South Regional lineup, Friday at the Heart O' Texas Speedway will begin at 8:00 P.M. (CT). The undercard includes IMCA Modifieds, Sport Mods, Street Stocks, Hobby Stocks, Bombers, Jr. Sprints, Twister, and Outlaw Twisters. Adult tickets are $15.00 with discounts for kids at the gate. For more information, log onto http://www.heartotexspeedway.com.

Events on Saturday at the Gator Motorplex will begin at 5:00 P.M. (CT) and include Southern United Sprints, Eighth Mile Sprint Series, Gulf Coast Mod Lites, Limited Modifieds, and Pure Stocks. Admission is $15.00 with discounts for children at the gate. For more information, log onto http://www.gatormotorplex.net.

For continued updates on the American Sprint Car Series, from the Regions to the National Tour, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

 

 

Sooner and Warrior Regions set for 2014 season opening weekend

TULSA, Okla. (April 14, 2014) - After Mother Nature forced the cancellation of the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region opener this past Sunday, the season's first event will now be on Friday, April 18.

Thankfully, track management at the West Siloam Speedway in West Siloam Springs, Okla. has agreed to keep the season opener at their facility and will host the Sooner Region this Friday.

The $2,000 to win, $250 to start affair is the first of a two night weekend for the Sooner Region, which heads to the Springfield Raceway in Springfield, Mo. on Saturday, April 19 for a co-sanctioned night with the Speedway Motors Warrior Region. The first event of 2014 for the Warrior Region, Saturday's feature event is $2,000 to win, and will pay $300 to start.

Friday, April 18 at the West Siloam Speedway will have gates opening at 6:00 P.M. with Hot Laps getting underway at 7:00 P.M. (CT). Races begin at 8:00 P.M. The undercard for the weekend will include Front Wheel Drive, Super Stocks, and USRA B-Modifieds. Admission is $20 for adults with discounts for seniors, veterans, and children ages 5-12. For more information on the West Siloam Speedway, log onto http://www.westsiloamspeedway.com or call (479) 427-1299.

Saturday, April 19, events at the Springfield Raceway will begin with Hot Laps at 5:15 P.M. (CT). Races are slated to begin at 6:00 P.M. The weekend will also include Modifieds (A&B), MW Modz, Legends, and Street Stocks. Presented by Miller Lite, the evening will also pay tribute to Don Haase. Admission is $20.00 with discounts for kids. For more information, log onto http://www.springfieldraceway.com or call (417) 863-0097.

The ASCS Sooner Region is presented by American Bank of Oklahoma. "American Bank of Oklahoma opened for business April 1, 1998, taking seriously the role of a community-based, full-service institution. Our organizers came from the community and our stockholders are virtually all local citizens. American Bank of Oklahoma currently operates five banking facilities. Our main office is located at 200 East Main Street in Collinsville with branch offices in Skiatook, Ramona and Muskogee."

The ASCS Warrior Region is brought to you by Speedway Motors. "Speedway Motors is America’s Oldest Speed Shop® and has been a trusted source for specialty rodding and racing products and friendly expert advice for over 60 years. Founded in 1952 by “Speedy” Bill Smith – a racer and street rodder himself – Speedway Motors has grown from a one-man operation to become the world’s largest manufacturer, distributor and retailer of street rod and racing products."

For more information on the American Sprint Car Series, from its Regional events to National Tour dates, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

 

 

Weekend Rewind: American Sprint Car Series

TULSA, Okla. (April 14, 2014) - This week's Weekend Rewind of the American Sprint Car Series heads to where it all began, so to speak, as the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real took to the quick quarter-mile that is the I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Ark. on Saturday, April 12 for the series first of three events in 2014.

The fifth race night of the 2014 season, 43 drivers representing 10 states (AR, KS, LA, MO, MS, NM, OK, TN, TX, and WA) made the trip to I-30 Speedway for the Hammer Hill Showdown. The average car count per event for Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour in 2014 stands at 40.

• Finally in Victory Lane - Affectionately known as "Screwdriver" to I-30 Speedway owner, Joe Clay, Sr. former ASCS Gulf South Champion, Aaron Reutzel, finally broke into victory lane with the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real. The Clute, Texas driver had three previous podium finishes to his credit, including one second place showing on July 29, 2011 at California's Placerville Speedway. Saturday represented Reutzel's 59th A-Feature start against the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour.

• Change Up Top - The third different driver to lead the Lucas Oil ASCS driver standings in 2014, Jason Johnson's sixth place finish was enough to put the Stenhouse, Jr. Racing - Curb / Agajanian Performance Group No. 41 atop the driver standings by 11 over Tony Bruce, Jr.

• 150 A-Feature Starts - Johnny Herrera took the final transfer into Saturday's feature event during the first of two B-Features to mark the Albuquerque driver's 150th National A-Feature start. Gridding the MVT No. 45x twenty-first, Herrera advanced twelve spots to finish ninth. He is tied with Danny Lasoski for most cars passed in an A-Feature this season. Lasoski advanced 12 spots from sixteenth to fourth on March 1 at the Cocopah Speedway.

• Sean McClelland - The Tulsa driver finished runner up to Aaron Reutzel over the weekend, bringing his total podium appearances with the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real to seven. McClelland has a single ASCS National Tour victory, coming on March 11, 2006 at the Houston Raceway Park.

• Best so far - Brad Loyet's first visit to the I-30 Speedway in a Sprint Car in 2012 started with the Missouri driver flipping off the top of Turn 3. On Saturday, the 2012 Brodix Rookie of the Year drove the Vacuworx Global No. 05 to a third place finish, his best so far at the I-30 Speedway.

• April Showers - Mother Nature was at it again this past weekend, forcing the postponement of the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region 2014 opener from Sunday, April 13 to Friday, April 18 at the West Siloam Speedway. Saturday will see the Sooner Region in action again, this time with the Speedway Motors Warrior Region as they open up their 2014 season at the Springfield Raceway in Springfield, Mo.

• Crawley the Mini Stock King - Tim Crawley pulled double duty over the weekend, taking the Mini Stock class to school with a convincing victory. Jumping back into Mike Ward's No. 88, Crawley drove from twentieth to eleventh with the Lucas Oil ASCS.

On Deck: The regions of the ASCS Nation take center stage this coming weekend as the American Bank of Oklahoma opens their season on Friday at the West Siloam Speedway in West Siloam Springs, Okla. Saturday will see the region paired with the Speedway Motors Warrior Region at the Springfield Raceway in Springfield, Mo.

The Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region is back in action on Friday at the Heart O' Texas Speedway in Waco. Saturday, the Gulf South Region heads to the Gator Motorplex in Willis.

The Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real is off until the month of May. Friday, May 2 will see action pick up at the Outlaw Motorsports Park in Muskogee, Okla. followed by the sixth annual Rock 'N Roll 50 presented by TBJ Promotions at the Riverside International Speedway on Saturday, May 3 in West Memphis, Ark. Tickets for the Rock 'N' Roll 50 are on sale at http://www.TBJpromotions.com.

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, KSE Racing Products, SpeedMart, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Aaron Reutzel Scores Emotional Lucas Oil ASCS Victory at I-30 Speedway

LITTLE ROCK, Ark (April 12, 2014) - If you're going to win, make sure it's memorable. That's exactly what Aaron Reutzel did on Saturday night at the I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Ark. leading start-to-finish for his first Protect the Harvest A-Feature win with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real.

"Unbelievable, I just want to cry. I've been trying for so long to win one of these things, and have come so close so many times. There are so many people that should be here tonight that aren't here. My dad traveled with for 16 years, he's not here. I wish he could've been here. Bob and Christy Miller, they do so much for us. All those guys deserve to be here," said a very overjoyed, and appreciate, Aaron Reutzel who became the twenty-eight different winner at the I-30 Speedway in Lucas Oil ASCS competition.

Thanking sponsors, Aaron made a special point to thank crew member Ryan Beechler, "He quit racing this year to come help me, and build these motors and that's part of our performance right now is his engines. They're just unbelievable."

In 2014, Reutzel is the third first time winner in Lucas Oil ASCS National competition, and fourth different winner in five events. He is the 123rd winner with the ASCS National Tour since 1993 and 139th since the ASCS National Championship was established in 1992.

Getting the jump from the pole, Reutzel found traffic on Lap 8 as the caution displayed for the No. 31g of Johnny Gardner, who lost the Left Rear wheel just in front of Reutzel entering turn one.

Going back to the last fully completed lap, slower cars dropped to the tail, leaving Reutzel wide open for second running Sean McClelland, who jumped to second at the start of the race.

Asked about the move that got him to the runner-up spot, McClelland replied, "At the start of the race, [Rick] Pringle moved down and I said, this is was going to be my only shot to get into second and maybe follow Aaron and get into lapped traffic with him. We jumped to the top down there and got to second and was just going to ride it out until we got into lapped traffic. There at the end, we did get into some heavy lapped traffic but he was just ten times better than us."

Able to stay with Reutzel for a moment, the No. 87 would quickly scoot away with the race brewing for third between Jeff Swindell and Brad Loyet with the Vacuworx Global No. 05 taking the spot.

Finding traffic on Lap 16, the caution remained furrowed this time as the B.C. Funds No. 87 began navigating back markers. Committed to the inside line, Reutzel started seeing his advantage of nearly a straight-a-way diminish to only a few car lengths as the field worked to the final five revolutions.

Splitting the lapped cars of Jan Howard and Anthony Nicholson with three to go, Aaron was able to race uncontested to the finish. Holding off several late race challenges from Brad Loyet, Tulsa's Sean McClelland crossed second.

Brad Loyet's third place finish is his best performance at the quarter-mile oval.

"We've always struggled when we came here, and this is a place that suits my driving style normally, but tonight it was just kind of right around the bottom. We started fifth and were able to pick up a couple spots. Overall, we're really happy with this. We had a pretty darn good weekend, and a good points night for us - I know I sound like a NASCAR driver saying that - but that's out end goal is trying to win this points championship."

Jeff Swindell held off the No. 15h in the closing laps for fourth with Sam Hafertepe, Jr. completing the top five after starting sixteenth.

Jason Johnson was one of the few drivers able to make the high-line work most of the race, placing the Stenhouse, Jr. Racing - Curb / Agajanian Performance Group No. 41 sixth; taking the lead in Lucas Oil ASCS driver standings by 11 over Tony Bruce, Jr. Dustin Morgan advanced seven spots to seventh with Justin Sturch eight. Johnny Herrera from twenty-first to ninth with Tony Bruce, Jr. from eighteenth to complete the top ten.

The evening saw 43 drivers split into five Heat Races with Brad Loyet, Rick Pringle, Jan Howard, Jason Johnson, and Brandon Hanks each taking a win. A pair of B-Features went to Cody Gardner and Tony Bruce, Jr.

The Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real competes next at the Outlaw Motorsports Park on Friday, May 2 in Muskogee, Okla. followed by the Rock 'N Roll 50 at the Riverside International Speedway in West Memphis, Ark. on Saturday, May 3. The see the full lineup of events, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real I-30 Speedway - Little Rock, Ark. Saturday, April 13, 2014

Car Count: 43

Heat Races presented by SpeedMart - 8 Laps, winners plus top 11 in passing points to A-Feature.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 05-Brad Loyet[1]; 2. 16-Anthony Nicholson[2]; 3. 31G-Johnny Gardner[4]; 4. 87-Aaron Reutzel[9]; 5. 1N-Nic Jenkins[5]; 6. 26-Marshall Skinner[8]; 7. 32X-Robert Richardson[6]; 8. 13-Taylor Tidmore[7]; 9. (DNF) 5K-Jerry Kamer[3]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 38-Rick Pringle[1]; 2. 94-Jeff Swindell[4]; 3. 91-Dale Howard[2]; 4. 17G-Cody Gardner[5]; 5. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[6]; 6. 45X-Johnny Herrera[9]; 7. 5-Jerod Roller[8]; 8. 14-Jordon Mallett[7]; 9. 2J-Jacob Pringle[3]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 46-Jan Howard[1]; 2. 1-Sean McClelland[3]; 3. 93-Dustin Morgan[4]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[6]; 5. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[8]; 6. 88-Tim Crawley[9]; 7. 33-Kris Miller[2]; 8. 12T-Joe Young[7]; 9. 5X-Tyson Hall[5]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 41-Jason Johnson[3]; 2. 17-Blake Hahn[2]; 3. 23-Seth Bergman[5]; 4. X-Charlie Louden[4]; 5. 14Z-Zach Pringle[6]; 6. 8X-Chris Williams[7]; 7. 92-Jordan Weaver[8]; DNS 29-Brandon Hahn

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 3H-Brandon Hanks[5]; 2. 9-Justin Sturch[3]; 3. 27-Curt Terrell[1]; 4. 3-A.G. Rains[7]; 5. 4-Tommy Snellgrove[6]; 6. 21-Kevin Hinkle[2]; 7. (DNF) 9JR-Derek Hagar[8]; 8. (DNF) 43-Matthew Bauldwin[4]

Smiley's Racing Products B-Features - Top 3 advance to the A-Feature.

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 17G-Cody Gardner[2]; 2. 23-Seth Bergman[1]; 3. 45X-Johnny Herrera[3]; 4. 14Z-Zach Pringle[5]; 5. 26-Marshall Skinner[6]; 6. X-Charlie Louden[4]; 7. 14-Jordon Mallett[11]; 8. 9JR-Derek Hagar[8]; 9. 8X-Chris Williams[7]; 10. 92-Jordan Weaver[9]; 11. 33-Kris Miller[10]; 12. (DNF) 29-Brandon Hahn[14]; DNS 43-Matthew Bauldwin; DNS 5K-Jerry Kamer

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[4]; 2. 88-Tim Crawley[3]; 3. 91-Dale Howard[1]; 4. 5-Jerod Roller[7]; 5. 1N-Nic Jenkins[6]; 6. 27-Curt Terrell[2]; 7. 4-Tommy Snellgrove[5]; 8. 32X-Robert Richardson[9]; 9. 13-Taylor Tidmore[10]; 10. 12T-Joe Young[11]; 11. 5X-Tyson Hall[12]; 12. 2J-Jacob Pringle[13]; 13. 21-Kevin Hinkle[8]

Protect the Harvest A-Feature

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 87-Aaron Reutzel[1]; 2. 1-Sean McClelland[3]; 3. 05-Brad Loyet[5]; 4. 94-Jeff Swindell[6]; 5. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[16]; 6. 41-Jason Johnson[8]; 7. 93-Dustin Morgan[14]; 8. 9-Justin Sturch[9]; 9. 45X-Johnny Herrera[21]; 10. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[18]; 11. 88-Tim Crawley[20]; 12. 3-A.G. Rains[10]; 13. 17G-Cody Gardner[17]; 14. 38-Rick Pringle[2]; 15. 95-Matt Covington[15]; 16. 23-Seth Bergman[19]; 17. 17-Blake Hahn[12]; 18. 16-Anthony Nicholson[11]; 19. 91-Dale Howard[22]; 20. 46-Jan Howard[7]; 21. 3H-Brandon Hanks[4]; 22. (DNF) 31G-Johnny Gardner[13]

Lap Leader(s): Aaron Reutzel 1-30 KSE Hard Charger: Johnny Herrera +12 Hawk Performance Fastest Lap: N/A CSI Rebound: Derek Hagar Provisional(s): N/A

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2014 A-Feature Winner(s): Rico Abreu - 2, Tony Bruce, Jr. - 1, Patrick Stasa - 1, Aaron Reutzel - 1

2014 Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 15): 1. Jason Johnson 580; 2. Tony Bruce, Jr. 569; 3. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 568; 4. Brad Loyet 562; 5. Johnny Herrera 561; 6. Matt Covington 557; 7. Christopher Bell 549; 8. Jeff Swindell 543; 9. Seth Bergman 539; 10. Aaron Reutzel 518; 11. Blake Hahn 518; 12. Brandon Hahn 394; 13. Joe Wood, Jr. 309; 14. Rico Abreu 300; 15. John Carney II 267;

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The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, KSE Racing Products, SpeedMart, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

ASCS Sooner opener rescheduled to April 18

TULSA, Okla. (April 12, 2104) - With Mother Nature taking out events at the West Siloam Speedway on Sunday, April 13, track and American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region officials have re-scheduled the event for Friday, April 18.

This pairs the season opening event with the co-sanctioned ASCS Sooner/Warrior events on Saturday, April 19 at the Springfield Raceway in Springfield, Mo. The event on Friday is not a co-sanctioned event.

Friday, April 18 will see Hot Laps beginning at 7:00 P.M. (CT) at the West Siloam Speedway. The track is located four miles east of the Arkansas / Oklahoma border on Hwy. 412. For more information, log onto http://www.westsiloamspeedway.com.

Saturday, April 19 at Springfield Raceway, has Hot Laps scheduled for 6:30 P.M. (CT). Springfield Raceway is located at 2110 N Farm Road 123, Springfield, Mo. For more information, log onto http://www.springfieldraceway.com.

To see the full lineup of ASCS events for the entire ASCS Nation, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

 

 

On Deck: Lucas Oil ASCS Hammer Hill Showdown

TULSA, Okla. (April 8, 2014) - Back to where the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real began, the I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Ark. for the Hammer Hill Showdown on Saturday, April 12.

Jason Johnson is the reigning champion of the spring event at the quarter-mile oval. His eighth overall at the I-30 Speedway in Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour competition, Johnson is one of 26 different winners in 67 prior events.

Defending USCS Champion, Derek Hagar, is the most recent winner in Sprint Car competition at the I-30 Speedway; beating Tim Crawley to the line this past Saturday for his third victory of the season, and fourth straight top five.

Events on Saturday, April 12 are scheduled to begin at 7:30 P.M. (CT) with gates to the Grandstands and Pits opening at 5:00 P.M. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the gate. Tickets can be purchased at the I-30 Speedway office. For more information, call 501-455-4567 or log onto http://www.i-30speedway.com.

Past I-30 Speedway Winners: Gary Wright 13, Jason Johnson 8, Garry Lee Maier 4, Tim Crawley 4, Tony Bruce, Jr. 4, Mike Ward 3, Sammy Swindell 3, Terry Gray 3, Wayne Johnson 3, Brad Sweet 2, Brady Bacon 2, Danny Lasoski 2, Shane Stewart 2, Travis Rilat 2, Anthony Nicholson, Eric Sandage, Jack Dover, Jason Meyers, Jeff Swindell, Nick Smith, Paul McMahan, Pete Butler, Ricky Logan, Sam Hafertepe, Jr., Tim Shaffer, Zach Chappell

The Series:

Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real

Event:

Hammer Hill Showdown

When:

Saturday, April 12 - Open at 5:00 P.M. / Racing at 7:30 P.M.

Where:

I-30 Speedway Address: 12297 I-30, Little Rock, Ar. 72209

Contact Information:

Website: http://www.i-30speedway.com Email: raceytlc@sbcglobal.net Phone: 501-455-4567

Event Coverage:

Online audio will be available at http://www.racinboys.com. Live broadcasts are brought to you by Lucas Oil and presented by the McCarthy Auto Group, located in the Kansas City metropolitan area.

Line-ups, finishes, and further updates are provided throughout each race night at http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs and http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs.

Live Timing and scoring is available at most Lucas Oil ASCS events via Race Monitor that is available in the App Store of your Smart Phone or Tablet. The American Sprint Car Series app can also be downloaded for free in the Google Play store.

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2014 A-Feature Winner(s): Rico Abreu-2, Tony Bruce, Jr. - 1, Patrick Stasa - 1

2014 Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 15): 1. Christopher Bell 549; 2. Tony Bruce, Jr. 459; 3. Jason Johnson 458; 4. Matt Covington 457; 5. Johnny Herrera 448; 6. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 443; 7. Seth Bergman 441; 8. Brad Loyet 427; 9. Blake Hahn 422; 10. Jeff Swindell 413; 11. Aaron Reutzel 368; 12. Brandon Hahn 329; 13. Joe Wood, Jr. 309; 14. Rico Abreu 300; 15. John Carney II 267;

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The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, KSE Racing Products, SpeedMart, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

ASCS Sooner Region set for Sunday opener

TULSA, Okla. (April 7, 2014) - The American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region opens its 2014 season on Sunday, April 13 at the West Siloam Speedway in West Siloam Springs, Okla.

Located four miles west of the Arkansas / Oklahoma border on Hwy. 412, the high-banked three-eighths mile oval last hosted the ASCS Sooner Region on July 27, 2013 with Matt Covington scorning his second victory of the season.

Pit gates on Sunday will open at 2:00 P.M. with Hot Laps scheduled to begin at 6:00 P.M. (CT). The undercard for the weekend will include Front Wheel Drive, Super Stocks, and USRA B-Modifieds. Admission is $20 for adults with discounts for seniors, veterans, and children ages 5-12.

For more information on the West Siloam Speedway, log onto http://www.westsiloamspeedway.com or call (479) 427-1299.

The 2014 season opener for the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region is the first of 22 dates on the 2014 lineup. Headed by Terry Mattox, the region will see action in Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, and Texas in 2014. For the complete lineup, rules, and other information log onto htp://www.ascsracing.com.

 

 

Weekend Rewind: American Sprint Car Series

TULSA, Okla. (April 7, 2014) - This week's edition of the ASCS Weekend Rewind brings the regions of the ASCS Nation to the forefront as the Speedway Motors ASCS Midwest Region, Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region, and ASCS Southwest Region combined for five events over the weekend in Arizona, Nebraska, and Texas.

The weekend saw 81 drivers in competition, representing 14 states (AZ, CA, IA, KS, LA, MO, ND, NE, NM, OK, SD, TN, TX, and WA) and Australia (NSW). To date, 14 races making up 18 ASCS sanctioned events have been logged in four states (Arizona, Nebraska, New Mexico, and Texas) with 12 different winners. Rico Abrue and Jason Johnson are the only repeat winners so far.

The Winners:

• Terry McCarl - The wildest man from Iowa was certainly that on Friday night, making the late race charge to win the Speedway Motors ASCS Midwest Regional opener at the I-80 Speedway but he may become the wildest man in Nebraska after his disappointment at the lack of a trophy girls. Larry White, who is the Flagman for the I-80 Speedway, just happened to be standing close by so Terry improvised.

• Seth Bergman - The Washington native picked up his first ASCS victory of the 2014 season on Friday, April 4 against the Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region. The victory is also Seth's first win against the Gulf South region.

• Jason Johnson - It was only to fitting that Jason Johnson should win the second night of competition at the Battleground Speedway as the night was dedicated to Patrick Silva, who passed suddenly just over a week ago and was a crew member for team mate, Josh Baughman. Most of all, he was a friend. Jason took the lead from Seth Bergman in slower traffic during the later stages of the race. It was Jason's thirty-sixth Gulf South Regional victory.

• Joshua Williams - Posting his second career ASCS Southwest Regional victory, Joshua Williams scored the win over a 23 car field at the Tucson International Raceway on Saturday night. According to a post on Twitter by fourth place finishing, James Mosher, the race was very close at the end with the top four all within striking distance.

• Danny Lasoski - Driving for Mark Burch this past weekend, Danny Lasoski was able to grab the lead in the final laps of the Speedway Motors Midwest Regional event on Sunday to win at the I-80 Speedway. The win counts as Lasoski's sixth with the ASCS Midwest Region and first of the year in ASCS competition.

The rest of the weekend:

• Weather Strikes Again - Spring time is here, so the weather is increasingly unpredictable. The Speedway Motors Midwest Regional opener was supposed to be a Friday/Saturday event, but because of freezing temperatures and the chance of snow, the event was delayed by one day to Saturday/Sunday. In the Gulf South, rain chances hovered around 50 percent on Friday night, and shot to nearly 80 percent on Saturday night, but not a drop was felt at the Battleground Speedway. Unfortunately, the forecast cost the track cars and fans.

• Sam Hafertepe, Jr. - The Sunnyvale, Texas driver jumped behind the wheel of the Brandon Berryman owned No. 31 over the weekend for the Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Regional double-header at the Battleground Speedway and produced a pair of podium finishes, bringing the team's total to five podiums and six consecutive top five runs this season.

• No Brakes - Tennessee's Brandon Hanks was at the Battleground Speedway on Friday night. According to a post on his Facebook page, he was running with little or no brakes. Nevertheless, he was able to move from seventeenth to ninth on the high-banked oval. Hanks opted to race at the weekly I-30 Speedway Sprint Car show on Saturday night due in part to the forecasted weather at Battleground.

• Light the Fuse - Channin Tankersley was scheduled to line up fifth on Friday night at the Battleground Speedway, but a second push before the star of the race relegated the Cooper Motorsports No. 28 to the tail where Channin lit the fuse and shot to sixth before it was all said and done. Unfortunately, Saturday ended with the No. 28 taking a pretty hard hit. Thankfully, he was okay.

• Schedule Update - Over the weekend, the Speedway Motors ASCS Warrior Region added two dates to their lineup at the Double X Speedway on Thursday, July 3 and Sunday, July 6.

• Hard Chargers - Jack Dover and Tony Bruce, Jr. found themselves in the B-Feature on Friday at the I-80 Speedway. Transferring to the A-Main, they both passed 10 drivers with Dover going from fifteenth to fifth and Tony from eighteenth to eighth. The most cars passed over the weekend however goes to John Pate who ran from nineteenth to eight at the Battleground Speedway on Saturday night.

• Feels Like Victory - Rick Ziehl's post on Facebook might say it all, "Finally finished a race. Finished 2nd." Plagued by mechanical problems in the ASCS Southwest Region's first three events, the runner up finish is Rick's highest so far this year, and keeps him in the hunt for the championship as he currently rides 65 points out in fifth. Bob Ream, Jr. currently shows the way.

On Deck: The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real returns to competition with the Hammer Hill Showdown at the I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Ark. on Saturday, April 12. Events get underway at 7:30 P.M. (CT). or updates and other information, log onto http://www.i-30speedway.com or call 501-455-4567.

The American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region opens their 2014 season on Sunday, April 13 at the West Siloam Speedway in West Siloam Springs, Okla. Hot Laps begin at 6:00 P.M. (CT). For more information, log onto http://www.westsiloamspeedway.com.

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, KSE Racing Products, SpeedMart, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Lasoski Charges to Victory at I-80 Speedway Views: 104 0 0 Lasoski Charges to Victory at I-80 Speedway

GREENWOOD, Neb. (April 6, 2014) - Mounting a late race charge, Danny Lasoski powered the Mark and Parker Burch No. 1m to the top spot at the I-80 Speedway, claiming the $2,500 winner's check with the Speedway Motors ASCS Midwest Region.

Lining up seventh for the start, Lasoski hung in the top five most of the race as pole sitter, Ian Madsen, jumped to the lead; surrendering the point in traffic on Lap 10 to the Buffalo Wild Wings No. 82 of Kevin Swindell.

Caution displayed with seven laps to run, the charge was on from Lasoski who worked past the battling due of Swindell and Madsen for the lead on Lap 23 in dramatic fashion. Lasoski was untouchable the final two rounds with Swindell holding onto second. Justin Henderson worked past Madsen in the closing laps to claim third. Madsen grabbed fourth with Lee Grosz making up the top five.

Saturday night winner, Terry McCarl crossed sixth, followed by Jack Dover, Jake Martens, Jason Martin, and Jordan Boston to complete the top ten.

The American Sprint Car Series extends a very special thank you to the Management of the I-80 Speedway for working around adverse weather conditions by delaying the Spring Meltdown by one day in order to give the drivers and fans a place to race.

The Speedway Motors Midwest Region competes again at the Junction Motor Speedway in McCool Junction, Neb. on Friday, May 23. To keep up on the all regions of the ASCS Nation, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

Speedway Motors ASCS Midwest Region I-80 Speedway - Greenwood, Neb. Sunday, April 6, 2014

Car Count: 26

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 18M-Ian Madsen; 2. 12-Tyler Drueke; 3. 53-Jack Dover; 4. 9N-Wade Nygaard; 5. 2D-Dusty Ballenger; 6. 77-John Klabunde; 7. 17-Gage Dorr; 8. 77D-Keith Dragoo; 9. (DNF) 3-Billy Alley

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 48-Jake Martens; 2. 24BH-Justin Henderson; 3. 5X-Jason Martin; 4. 35-Trevor Grossenbacher; 5. 17W-Cole Wood; 6. 82-Jason Danley; 7. 14J-Josh Riggins; 8. 17B-Ryan Bickett; 9. (DNF) 7K-Dustin Selvage

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 1M-Danny Lasoski; 2. 4J-Lee Grosz; 3. 1B-Jordan Boston; 4. 82S-Kevin Swindell; 5. 6-Terry McCarl; 6. 18-Tony Bruce Jr; 7. 18R-Ryan Roberts; 8. 53A-Joe Beaver

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 35-Trevor Grossenbacher[1]; 2. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[3]; 3. 82-Jason Danley[5]; 4. 53A-Joe Beaver[9]; 5. 17B-Ryan Bickett[7]; 6. 18R-Ryan Roberts[8]; 7. 77-John Klabunde; 8. 17-Gage Dorr; 9. 14J-Josh Riggins; 10. 77D-Keith Dragoo; DNS 3-Billy Alley; DNS 7K-Dustin Selvage

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 1M-Danny Lasoski[7]; 2. 82S-Kevin Swindell[4]; 3. 24BH-Justin Henderson[2]; 4. 18M-Ian Madsen[1]; 5. 4J-Lee Grosz[6]; 6. 6-Terry McCarl[9]; 7. 53-Jack Dover[8]; 8. 48-Jake Martens[3]; 9. 5X-Jason Martin[10]; 10. 1B-Jordan Boston[11]; 11. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[16]; 12. 12-Tyler Drueke[5]; 13. 17W-Cole Wood[13]; 14. 18R-Ryan Roberts[20]; 15. 35-Trevor Grossenbacher[15]; 16. 53A-Joe Beaver[18]; 17. 17B-Ryan Bickett[19]; 18. 2D-Dusty Ballenger[12]; 19. (DNF) 82-Jason Danley[17]; 20. (DNF) 9N-Wade Nygaard[14]

Lap Leader(s): Ian Madsen 1-9, Kevin Swindell 10-23, Danny Lasoski 24-25

Photo Credit: Rob Kocak Photos

 

 

Joshua Williams triumphant at Tucson with ASCS Southwest

TUCSON, Ariz. (April 5, 2015) - The ASCS Southwest Region rolled into the Tucson International Raceway on Saturday with a 23 car field that saw Joshua Williams park the Borello Race Engine No. 41w in victory lane.

Williams' second career Southwest Regional triumph, the Glendale driver jumped to the lead from the start after lining up outside Rick Ziehl on the front row. Ziehl posted his highest finish of the season with a runner up showing, followed by Bob Ream, Jr. on the bronze step. New Mexico's Lorne Wofford and James Mosher completed the top five.

The top ten rounded out with Lance Norick, Ryan Linder, Billy Chester, Jordan Stetson, and Kaylene Verville.

The ASCS Southwest Region returns to the Tucson International Raceway for their next round of competition on Saturday, May 3. To keep up on news and information regarding all the regions of the ASCS Nation, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com

ASCS Southwest Region Tucson International Raceway - Tucson, Ariz. Saturday, April 5, 2014

Car Count: 23

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 2L-Logan Forler; 2. 18-Lorne Wofford; 3. 9-Ryan Linder; 4. 27-Perry McMillan; 5. 74-Billy Chester III; 6. 41-Colton Hardy; 7. 55-Brent McKee; DNS 29S-Darrell Sickles

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 20Z-Rick Ziehl; 2. 41W-Joshua Williams; 3. 01-Kaylene Verville; 4. 90-Lance Norick; 5. 44K-Koty McGullam; 6. 57-James Aragon; 7. (DNF) 96-Carson Ditsch; 8. (DNF) 14S-Cody Sickles

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 8-Bob Ream Jr; 2. 12-James Mosher; 3. 94-Nick Parker; 4. 22-Mike Rux Jr; 5. 8AZ-Jordan Stetson; 6. 83-Mike Woodruff; 7. 21-Brandon Hacker

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 41W-Joshua Williams; 2. 20Z-Rick Ziehl; 3. 8-Bob Ream Jr; 4. 12-James Mosher; 5. 18-Lorne Wofford; 6. 90-Lance Norick; 7. 9-Ryan Linder; 8. 74-Billy Chester III; 9. 8AZ-Jordan Stetson; 10. 01-Kaylene Verville; 11. 27-Perry McMillan; 12. 44K-Koty McGullam; 13. 57-James Aragon; 14. 21-Brandon Hacker; 15. 29S-Darrell Sickles; 16. 83-Mike Woodruff; 17. 96-Carson Ditsch; 18. (DNF) 94-Nick Parker; 19. (DNF) 41-Colton Hardy; 20. (DNF) 55-Brent McKee; 21. (DNF) 14S-Cody Sickles; 22. (DNF) 2L-Logan Forler; 23. (DNF) 22-Mike Rux Jr

Lap Leader: Joshua Williams 1-25

 

 

Terry McCarl takes ASCS Midwest Opener at I-80 Speedway

GREENWOOD, Neb. (April 5, 2014) - The Speedway Motors ASCS Midwest Region opened their 2014 season at the I-80 Speedway on Saturday with Terry McCarl making the late race charge to victory on night one of the weekend double header.

A $2,500 check for the win, third starting McCarl worked past race long leader, Justin Henderson, with five laps to run. Henderson held on for second with Trevor Grossenbacher taking the final podium step. Billy Alley moved up one to fourth with Jack Dover tearing through the field to fifth from fifteenth after winning the night's B-Feature.

Ian Madsen moved from eleventh to sixth with Danny Lasoski from fourteenth to seventh followed by Tony Bruce, Jr. from eighteenth to eighth. Seth Brahmer and Wade Nygaard completed the top ten.

Action continues at the I-80 Speedway on Sunday, April 6 with races getting underway at 5:00 P.M. (CT). For more information, news, and results on the Speedway Motors ASCS Midwest Region, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

Speedway Motors ASCS Midwest Region I-80 Speedway - Greenwood, Neb. Saturday, April 5, 2014

Car Count: 29

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 17B-Ryan Bickett; 2. 35-Trevor Grossenbacher; 3. 24BH-Justin Henderson; 4. 12-Tyler Drueke; 5. 9N-Wade Nygaard; 6. 14J-Josh Riggins; 7. 77D-Keith Dragoo; DNS 17W-Cole Wood

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 13V-Seth Brahmer; 2. 5X-Jason Martin; 3. 82S-Kevin Swindell; 4. 1M-Danny Lasoski; 5. 18-Tony Bruce Jr; 6. 48-Jake Martens; 7. 17-Gage Dorr

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 3-Billy Alley; 2. 18R-Ryan Roberts; 3. 4J-Lee Grosz; 4. 53-Jack Dover; 5. 2D-Dusty Ballenger; 6. 35L-Cody Ledger; 7. 82-Jason Danley

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 6-Terry McCarl; 2. 77X-Wayne Johnson; 3. 1B-Jordan Boston; 4. 18M-Ian Madsen; 5. 41P-Jeff Carlson; 6. 14-Jody Rosenboom; 7. 77-John Klabunde

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 53-Jack Dover; 2. 9N-Wade Nygaard; 3. 14-Jody Rosenboom; 4. 18-Tony Bruce Jr; 5. 17W-Cole Wood; 6. 82-Jason Danley; 7. 2D-Dusty Ballenger; 8. 17-Gage Dorr; 9. 14J-Josh Riggins; 10. 77D-Keith Dragoo; 11. (DNF) 12-Tyler Drueke; 12. (DNF) 48-Jake Martens; 13. (DNF) 41P-Jeff Carlson; DNS 35L-Cody Ledger; DNS 77-John Klabunde

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 6-Terry McCarl[3]; 2. 24BH-Justin Henderson[1]; 3. 35-Trevor Grossenbacher[4]; 4. 3-Billy Alley[5]; 5. 53-Jack Dover[15]; 6. 18M-Ian Madsen[11]; 7. 1M-Danny Lasoski[14]; 8. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[18]; 9. 13V-Seth Brahmer[7]; 10. 9N-Wade Nygaard[16]; 11. 17W-Cole Wood[19]; 12. 4J-Lee Grosz[13]; 13. 1B-Jordan Boston[10]; 14. 82-Jason Danley[20]; 15. 17B-Ryan Bickett[2]; 16. (DNF) 77X-Wayne Johnson[9]; 17. (DNF) 5X-Jason Martin[6]; 18. (DNF) 82S-Kevin Swindell[12]; 19. (DNF) 18R-Ryan Roberts[8]; 20. (DNF) 14-Jody Rosenboom[17]

Lap Leader(s): Justin Henderson 1-20, Terry McCarl 21-25

 

 

Jason Johnson wires ASCS Gulf South at Battleground

HIGHLANDS, Texas (April 5, 2014) - The Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region completed the weekend double at the Battleground Speedway in Highlands, Texas amid high rain chances with Jason Johnson wiring the night's 25 lap A-Feature.

Fitting as the night was dedicated to Patrick Silva, the crew member for team mate Josh Baughman, who passed away suddenly just over a week ago.

Johnson's second ASCS victory of the season, the Stenhouse, Jr. Racing owned, Curb / Agajanian Performance Group co-owned No. 41 took off from the outside of the front row and never looked back.

Sam Hafertepe, Jr. placed second in the Berryman Motorsports No. 31b with Friday night winner, Seth Bergman, crossing the stripe third. Aaron Reutzel and Blake Hahn made up the top five with Chris Sweeny from tenth, Josh Baughman from fifteenth, John Pate from nineteenth, Klint Angelette from thirteenth, and Larry Howery advancing one to complete the top ten.

The Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region sees action again on Friday, April 18 at the Heat O' Texas Speedway in Waco and Saturday, April 19 at the Gator Motorplex in Willis.

To keep up to date with the American Sprint Car Series, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region Battleground Speedway - Highlands, Texas Saturday, April 5, 2014

Car Count: 21

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 30-Brandon Corn; 2. 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek; 3. 17T-Larry Howery; 4. 24-Brandie Jass; 5. 3-Gary Watson; 6. 17X-Josh Baughman; 7. (DNF) 28-Channin Tankersley; 8. (DNF) 17W-Harli White; DNS 12-Scott Smith

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 17-Blake Hahn; 2. 93-Chris Sweeney; 3. 5X-Tyson Hall; 4. 2-Wes Miller; 5. 19-Klint Angelette; 6. 29-Mike Walling; 7. 53-Andrew VanBlarcum; 8. 36-John Pate

A Feature 1 (25 Laps): 1. 41-Jason Johnson[2]; 2. 31-Sam Hafertepe Jr[5]; 3. 23-Seth Bergman[1]; 4. 87-Aaron Reutzel[6]; 5. 17-Blake Hahn[8]; 6. 93-Chris Sweeney[10]; 7. 17X-Josh Baughman[15]; 8. 36-John Pate[19]; 9. 19-Klint Angelette[13]; 10. 17T-Larry Howery[11]; 11. 30-Brandon Corn[3]; 12. 29-Mike Walling[16]; 13. 24-Brandie Jass[9]; 14. 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek[7]; 15. 2-Wes Miller[4]; 16. 12-Scott Smith[21]; 17. 5X-Tyson Hall[12]; 18. 3-Gary Watson[14]; 19. 28-Channin Tankersley[17]; 20. 17W-Harli White[20]

Lap Leader: Jason Johnson 1-25

 

 

Seth Bergman tops ASCS Gulf South at Battleground

HIGHLANDS, Texas (April 4, 2014) - A weekend off from the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour was profitable for Seth Bergman who picked up night one of the Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region double header at the Battleground Speedway in Highlands, Texas.

The win is Seth's first of the season in ASCS competition, and first against the Gulf South Region.

Pocketing $2,000 for his efforts, the Oil Field Equipment and Manufacturing No. 23 worked from fourth on the starting grid. Aaron Reutzel slipped back one from the pole to take second with Sam Hafertepe, Jr. piloting the Berryman Motorsports No. 31 to a podium finish. Jason Johnson from eighth grabbed fourth with team mate Josh Baughman completing the top five.

Channin Tankersley was sixth with Blake Hahn seventh followed by Ray Allen Kulhanek. Despite failing brakes, Brandon Hanks clawed from seventeenth to ninth with Harli White making up the top ten.

The Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region at the Battleground Speedway on Saturday, April 5 gets underway at 7:00 P.M. (CT). Bergman stands to pick up a $1,000 bonus courtesy of Griffith Truck and Equipment if he can sweep the weekend.

Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region Battleground Speedway - Highland, Texas Friday, April 4, 2014

Car Count: 27

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 17W-Harli White; 2. 17-Blake Hahn; 3. 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek; 4. 2-Wes Miller; 5. 7C-Wyatt Rector; 6. 5X-Tyson Hall; 7. 3-Gary Watson

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 41-Jason Johnson; 2. 31-Sam Hafertepe Jr; 3. 28-Channin Tankersley; 4. 93-Chris Sweeney; 5. 12-Scott Smith; 6. (DNF) 19-Klint Angelette; 7. (DNF) 25M-James McNeil

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman; 2. 14-Michael Lang; 3. 87-Aaron Reutzel; 4. 15T-Travis Elliott; 5. 3H-Brandon Hanks; 6. 53-Andrew VanBlarcum; 7. (DNF) 29-Mike Walling

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 30-Brandon Corn; 2. 17X-Josh Baughman; 3. 24-Brandie Jass; 4. 36-John Pate; 5. 27-Steve Block; 6. 17T-Larry Howery

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 93-Chris Sweeney[1]; 2. 15T-Travis Elliott[3]; 3. 3H-Brandon Hanks[5]; 4. 19-Klint Angelette[9]; 5. 25M-James McNeil[13]; 6. 2-Wes Miller[2]; 7. 29-Mike Walling[12]; 8. 17T-Larry Howery[10]; 9. 53-Andrew VanBlarcum[7]; 10. (DNF) 5X-Tyson Hall[8]; 11. (DNF) 3-Gary Watson[11]; 12. (DNF) 27-Steve Block[6]; 13. (DNF) 7C-Wyatt Rector[4]

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[4]; 2. 87-Aaron Reutzel[1]; 3. 31-Sam Hafertepe Jr[2]; 4. 41-Jason Johnson[8]; 5. 17X-Josh Baughman[6]; 6. 28-Channin Tankersley[5]; 7. 17-Blake Hahn[10]; 8. 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek[3]; 9. 3H-Brandon Hanks[17]; 10. 17W-Harli White[7]; 11. 19-Klint Angelette[18]; 12. 25M-James McNeil[19]; 13. 14-Michael Lang[11]; 14. 15T-Travis Elliott[16]; 15. 24-Brandie Jass[12]; 16. 2-Wes Miller[20]; 17. (DNF) 30-Brandon Corn[9]; 18. (DNF) 93-Chris Sweeney[15]; 19. (DNF) 36-John Pate[14]; 20. (DNF) 12-Scott Smith[13]

 

ASCS Warrior Region scheduled updated

TULSA, Okla. (April 5, 2014) - The 2014 slate for the Speedway Motors ASCS Warrior Region has been updated.

Two shows have been added to the lineup at the Double X Speedway in California, Mo. on Thursday, July 4 and Sunday, July 6. The Independence Day Weekend events hinge around a Saturday appearance at the high-banked Randolph County Raceway.

The 2014 season for the Speedway Motors ASCS Warrior Region begins on April 19 with a co-sanctioned event at the Springfield Raceway in Springfield, Mo. with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region.

For further updates regarding the ASCS Nation, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

Updated (as of April 5, 2014) Speedway Motors ASCS Warrior Region 2014 Schedule

4/19/2014-Springfield Raceway - Springfield, MO 5/3/2014-Lucas Oil Speedway - Wheatland, MO 5/8/2014-Lakeside Speedway - Kansas City, KS** 5/25/2014-Double X Speedway - California, MO 6/13/2014-U.S. 36 Raceway - Cameron, MO 6/21/2014-Lucas Oil Speedway - Wheatland, MO** 7/3/2014-Double X Speedway - California, MO 7/5/2014-Randolph County Raceway - Moberly, MO 7/6/2014-Double X Speedway - California, MO 7/20/2014-Double X Speedway - California, MO 8/17/2014-Quincy Raceways - Quincy, IL 8/30/2014-Randolph County Raceway - Moberly, MO 8/31/2014-Randolph County Raceway - Moberly, MO 9/13/2014-U.S. 36 Raceway - Cameron, MO 9/26/2014-Lucas Oil Speedway - Wheatland, MO** 9/27/2014-Lucas Oil Speedway - Wheatland, MO**

**Denotes events held in conjunction with the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour.

 

 

Green Flag: ASCS Regions ready to go

TULSA, Okla. (April 4, 2014) - The regions of the ASCS Nation are the focus of fans this weekend with five events in Arizona, Nebraska, and Texas.

The Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region kicks off a two night stand at the Battleground Speedway in Highlands on Friday with the weekend dedicated to two fallen members of the racing community. Friday, April 4 is dedicated to Jay Nidever. Saturday, April 5 will be in honor of Patrick Silva. Both nights begin at 7:00 P.M. (CT).

For directions and other information about the Battleground Speedway, log onto http://www.battleground-speedway.com or call 830-302-0336.

Speedway Motors Midwest Regional action kicks off at the high-banked I-80 Speedway in Greenwood, Neb. Postponed by a day to a Saturday/Sunday event; the "Spring Meltdown" also features the MLRA Late Models. Both nights pay $2,500 to win for the ASCS Midwest Region. Saturday, April 5 gets underway at 5:30 P.M. (CT). Sunday, April 6 begins at 5:00 P.M. (CT).

For more information on the I-80 Speedway, including directions and amenities, log onto http://www.i-80speedway.com or call (402)-342-3453.

Finally, the ASCS Southwest Region rolls into the Tucson International Raceway for the first time in 2014 on Saturday, April 5. The fourth event of the year, Bob Ream, Jr. looks to extend his points lead in the Arizona based region. Events at the Tucson oval kick off at 6:30 P.M. (MST).

For more information on the Tucson International Raceway, log onto http://www.tucsoninternationalraceway.com or call 520-664-2074.

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Looking Ahead: Lucas Oil ASCS at I-30 Speedway

TULSA, Okla. (April 2, 2014) - The first of three appearances on the season for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real at the I-30 Speedway is scheduled for Saturday, April 12 with the Hammer Hill Showdown.

One year ago, the spring appearance saw Jason Johnson click off his eighth career win at the Arkansas quarter-mile. Winless in ASCS National Tour competition so far in 2014, Johnson is third in tour standings; trailing two-time Short Track Nationals Champion, Tony Bruce, Jr. by one point. Bruce has a total of four wins at the I-30 Speedway.

Christopher Bell holds the point with four top-five finishes so far this season with three of those ending on the podium in the Berryman Motorsports No. 31. Bell, who drives full time for Keith Kunz Motorsports, will run a limited schedule of Lucas Oil ASCS National events in 2014.

Matt Covington's pair of top-fives at the Devil's Bowl Speedway's Spring Nationals has put the T&L Foundry No. 95 a single marker behind Johnson's Stenhouse Jr., Racing - Curb / Agajanian Performance Group No. 41 with Johnny Herrera currently making up the top five in driver standings, 11 points away from Tony Bruce, Jr. in the Mesilla Valley Transportation No. 45x.

Currently sixth in driver standings, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. is a past winner at the I-30 Speedway, picking up a prelim win during the 2010 Short Track Nationals.

Seth Bergman holds seventh with Brad Loyet eighth. 2014 Brodix Rookie of the Year contender Blake Hahn is currently ninth with Jeff Swindell hoping to pick up points from tenth with a second I-30 win to his resume.

Aaron Reutzel looks to rebound from a failed engine at the Devil's Bowl as he rides eleventh with Brandon Hahn twelfth. Joe Wood, Jr. has announced intentions to try the full National Tour in 2014. The Oklahoma City native is currently thirteenth in the Oil Field Equipment and Manufacturing No. 11.

Saturday, April 12 is scheduled to be the 68th Lucas Oil ASCS show held at the I-30 Speedway since the first National Tour event won by Mike Ward on May 15, 1993. In all, 26 drivers have claimed at least one Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour win at the I-30 Speedway. Of those, 14 have multiple wins.

Events are scheduled to begin at 7:30 P.M. (CT) with gates to the Grandstands and Pits opening at 5:00 P.M. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the gate. Tickets can be purchased at the I-30 Speedway office. For more information, call 501-455-4567 or log onto http://www.i-30speedway.com.

Past I-30 Speedway Winners: Gary Wright 13, Jason Johnson 8, Garry Lee Maier 4, Tim Crawley 4, Tony Bruce, Jr. 4, Mike Ward 3, Sammy Swindell 3, Terry Gray 3, Wayne Johnson 3, Brad Sweet 2, Brady Bacon 2, Danny Lasoski 2, Shane Stewart 2, Travis Rilat 2, Anthony Nicholson, Eric Sandage, Jack Dover, Jason Meyers, Jeff Swindell, Nick Smith, Paul McMahan, Pete Butler, Ricky Logan, Sam Hafertepe, Jr., Tim Shaffer, Zach Chappell

The Series:

Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real

Event:

Hammer Hill Showdown

When:

Saturday, April 12 - Open at 5:00 P.M. / Racing at 7:30 P.M.

Where:

I-30 Speedway Address: 12297 I-30, Little Rock, Ar. 72209

Contact Information:

Website: http://www.i-30speedway.com Email: raceytlc@sbcglobal.net Phone: 501-455-4567

Event Coverage:

Online audio will be available at http://www.racinboys.com. Live broadcasts are brought to you by Lucas Oil and presented by the McCarthy Auto Group, located in the Kansas City metropolitan area.

Line-ups, finishes, and further updates are provided throughout each race night at http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs and http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs.

Live Timing and scoring is available at most Lucas Oil ASCS events via Race Monitor that is available in the App Store of your Smart Phone or Tablet. The American Sprint Car Series app can also be downloaded for free in the Google Play store.

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2014 A-Feature Winner(s): Rico Abreu-2, Tony Bruce, Jr. - 1, Patrick Stasa - 1

2014 Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 15): 1. Christopher Bell 549; 2. Tony Bruce, Jr. 459; 3. Jason Johnson 458; 4. Matt Covington 457; 5. Johnny Herrera 448; 6. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 443; 7. Seth Bergman 441; 8. Brad Loyet 427; 9. Blake Hahn 422; 10. Jeff Swindell 413; 11. Aaron Reutzel 368; 12. Brandon Hahn 329; 13. Joe Wood, Jr. 309; 14. Rico Abreu 300; 15. John Carney II 267;

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The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, KSE Racing Products, SpeedMart, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

ASCS Midwest Regional opener pushed back one day

TULSA, Okla. (April 1, 2014) - Far from an April Fool's joke, the weather around Greenwood, Neb. has been more Winter than Spring. With the forecast not showing much improvement until Saturday, officials with the I-80 Speedway and ASCS Midwest Region are postponing this weekend's Speedway Motors ASCS Midwest Regional opener by one day to Saturday, April 5 and Sunday, April 6.

According to press issued by I-80 Speedway officials, times for Saturday's event on Saturday, April 5 will begin at 5:30 P.M. (CT). Sunday will kick off at 5:00 P.M. (CT). For further information, including directions and prices, log onto http://www.i-80speedway.com

With so many drivers expected to be in attendance, the hope is to still have a two day event.

Official updates, if situations should call, regarding this weekend's Speedway Motors ASCS Midwest Region events at the I-80 Speedway will be posted to http://www.ascsracing.com.

 

 

Weekend Rewind: American Sprint Car Series

TULSA, Okla. (March 31, 2014) - The fourth installment of the Weekend Rewind returns to the Devil's Bowl Speedway as the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real along with the Smiley's Racing Products Lone Star Region finished out the 41st annual Devil's Bowl Spring Nationals.

The weekend marked the fourth point paying even to the 2014 season for the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real, and second for the Smiley's Racing Products Lone Star Region, bringing the total number of ASCS sanctioned event so to 13 this season with eight different winners.

• Surprise Winner - Before Saturday night, Kansas native turned Texas resident, Patrick Stasa, had never won an ASCS Regional event. He can mark that off his list of things to do in 2014 and add to it a Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour win as well. Patrick is the 121st different winner since the National Tour began in 1993, and 138th since the inception of the ASCS National Championship in 1992. The Saturday start was Stasa's ninth Protect the Harvest A-Feature start and also marks his first top five, and top ten run against the National Tour.

• What Engine Woes? - Sam Hafertepe, Jr. may not have had the finish he wanted, after having to spin to avoid destroying his car while running seventh in the A-Feature, but the start of the night was really the focus point as the Sunnyvale, Texas driver discovered a broken Rocker Arm in his Wells Racing Engine prior to Hot Laps. Making repairs before the third Heat Race was called for, Hafertepe finished second to John Carney II, but was one of two drivers to do a sub 14 second lap on Saturday night. A best average speed of 129.958mph put his time as 13.958 seconds.

• The Other 13 Second Lap - A rookie this season with the National Tour, Blake Hahn had his Bruce Griffith owned No. 17 rolling well - make that very well in his Heat Race - pulling off seven straight laps under the 13 second mark, and posting a fastest time of 13.797 seconds. His best average speed was 130.463mph. He won his Heat Race by 4.448 seconds.

• 27 Cars - Yes, the car count was reduced as drivers had several choices over the weekend to please their racing addiction. In all, the 27 drivers that made the trip got a track that slicked off in the A-Feature, allowed drivers to run top and bottom, and did not take rubber. A lower tire bill is always a win.

• Flaring Temper - The first Heat Race started with a bang. Actually, several bangs as Brandon Hahn's No. 29 and Dale Wester's No. 12 came together on the start, sending the No. 12 flipping end-over-end down the front straight. Hahn was out of his car in a hurry and looking for Wester before ASCS and track officials stepped in. Hahn's on track actions towards officials has put the Tulsa driver on probation for the season. Seth Bergman was also collected but was able to continue after a quick trip to the work area. Thankfully, all drivers are okay.

• Those Engine Woes - Aaron Reutzel's night was going great. Running third in the early laps of the A-Feature, the No. 87 suddenly slowed as the engine gave up on the second lap. Later in the feature, Brad Loyet also suffered an engine failure. Still early in the season, points can shift easily as Loyet dropped one from seventh to eighth. Interestingly, Reutzel actually gained a spot as Rico Abreu was shuffled out of the top ten, moving Aaron from twelfth to eleventh. Brandon Hanks was running just outside the top ten when his engine let go on Lap 23, just as the leaders were closing in on him.

• 4 for 4 - Christopher Bell is the only driver with four top five finishes in Lucas Oil ASCS National competition this season.

• Big Mover - Tony Bruce, Jr. added a second top five finish to his season this past Saturday and in doing so, shot The Oil Medics No. 18 from sixth in driver standings to second. There are only two points separating second through fourth with Jason Johnson and Matt Covington in tow.

• Double Duty: Speaking of Tony Bruce, Jr., the driver of the No. 18 was also the driver of the No. 71 over the weekend, competing with the Racesaver 305cid Sprint Cars presented by A.S.I. Racing Engines for Kurt Summers. He won his heat, and ended up eighth in the feature.

• Mr. Rilat - The 2003 Lucas Oil ASCS National Champion made his 350th Protect the Harvest A-Feature start over the weekend. He is currently fourth in total National Tour A-Feature starts. Gary Wright still holds that record at 478. Travis has 26 A-Feature wins to his credit along with 144 top-five, and 248 top-ten finishes.

On Deck: The Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real takes the weekend off before heading to the I-30 Speedway for the Hammer Hill Showdown on Saturday, April 12. Gates open at 5:00 P.M. (CT) with races getting underway at 7:30 P.M. For updates and other information, log onto http://www.i-30speedway.com or call 501-455-4567.

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, KSE Racing Products, SpeedMart, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Bonus for travelers to Battleground Speedway this weekend

TULSA, Okla. (March 31, 2014) - The Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region's events at the Battleground Speedway in Highlands, Texas this weekend will offer a bonus to any driver not holding a valid 2014 ASCS Membership.

According to series sponsor, Bruce Griffith, Jr. anyone who is not a valid 2014 ASCS Member who travels to Battleground Speedway to compete this weekend with the Gulf South Region will receive two (2) free Pit Passes each night.

On top of the Pit Pass offer, Griffith has also upped the fun and will offer a $1,000 bonus to any driver who can sweep the weekend with the Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region.

Events at the Battleground Speedway in Highlands, Texas will begin both days at 7:00 P.M. (CT) with a $500 bonus up for grabs in any driver can sweep the weekend. Support Classes will include Eco Stocks, Pure Stocks, Hobby Stocks, Limited Modifieds, and Dwarf Cars. For directions and other information about the Battleground Speedway, log onto http://www.battleground-speedway.com or call 830-302-0336.

The Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region has seen one night of competition in 2014. Jon Agan leads the regional standings with Seth Bergman, Greg Wilson, Sam Hafertepe, Jr., and Christopher Bell making up the top five in driver standings. For complete news, points, and updates, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

 

 

ASCS Southwest Region heads for Tucson

TULSA, Okla. (March 31, 2014) - The first weekend in April is a busy one for the ASCS Nation. Adding to the mix, the ASCS Southwest Region returns to competition on Saturday, April 5 at the Tucson International Raceway, located just east of the Tucson metropolitan area.

The fourth date of the year for the Arizona based series; Bob Ream, Jr. carries the points lead into this Saturday's event at the three-eighths mile oval, fresh off his first Regional triumph on March 15 at the Arizona Speedway.

New Mexico's James Mosher, who is chasing Regional and National events in 2014, is currently second with Ryan Linder third.

Fourth through ninth in the standings is anyone's game at this point with early moves in the season setting the tone for the year. Joshua Williams, Lance Norick, defending champion Rick Ziehl, James Aragon, Kaylene Verville, and rookie contender, Nick Parker are separated by eight points. The top ten in driver standings rounds out with Logan Forler.

Saturday, April 5 at the Tucson Internatioanl Raceway is the first of seven in 2014 for the ASCS Southwest Region. Races are scheduled to begin at 6:30 P.M. (MST) and will include Limited X-Mods, Hornets, Mod Lites, and Dwarf Cars. For more information on the Tucson International Raceway, log onto http://www.tucsoninternationalraceway.com or call 520-664-2074.

The 2014 season marks the seventh year of competition for the ASCS Southwest Region, which has been won over the past six by New Mexico's Rick Ziehl. For a complete list of dates and for updates regarding the ASCS Southwest Region, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

 

 

ASCS Midwest Region kicks off at I-80 Speedway

TULSA, Okla. (March 31, 2014) - The Speedway Motors ASCS Midwest Region begins their 2014 season this weekend with a double-header at the I-80 Speedway in Greenwood, Neb. on Friday, April 4 and Saturday, April 5.

The Spring Meltdown also includes the MLRA Late Models, CBC Super Late Models, and Modifieds both nights. The Speedway Motors Midwest Region will see a $2,500 to win A-Feature both nights. Since both nights are identical in terms of payout, no lock-ins will be taken from Friday's A-Feature to Saturday.

An open practice will be held on Thursday, April 3 starting at 6:30 P.M. (CT) and running until 9:00 P.M.

The 2013 edition of the Spring Meltdown saw Jack Dover pick up the Friday show with Sioux Falls, S.D. driver Gregg Bakker winning the Saturday finale. Both nights were also worth $2,500 to the winner.

Jack Dover enters as the defending champion of the Speedway Motors Midwest Region. The Springfield, Neb. native will again seek the Midwest Regional title in 2014.

Friday, April 4, Pits will open at 4:00 P.M. with grandstands opening at 5:30 P.M. Races will begin at 7:15 P.M. General admission is $20. Saturday, April 5 opens at 3:00 P.M. with races kicking off at 5:55 P.M. Admission will be $25. Both nights include discounts for kids ages 6-12. Kids 5 years and younger get in free. For more information on the I-80 Speedway, including directions and amenities, log onto http://www.i-80speedway.com or call (402)-342-3453.

The Speedway Motors ASCS Midwest Region enters its tenth season of competition in 2014. For more information on the region, including complete listing of shows, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

 

 

Patrick Stasa Scores at the Devil's Bowl Spring Nationals!

MESQUITE, Texas (March 29, 2014) - For the second time in four races, a first time winner emerged with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real as Patrick Stasa led the distance to claim the title of Spring Nationals Champion at the Devil's Bowl Speedway.

Asked if he could find the words to describe the win, Stasa replied, "Oh man, there's no way. Running against Christopher Bell; him on the high side there, I almost let him have it with the lapped cars." Thanking sponsors and crew, Stasa later added, "I haven't even won a regional race, so winning this national race is big for me."

Earning the pole of the 30 lap, Protect the Harvest A-Feature, Stasa jumped to the lead over Christopher Bell, opening his advantage to over a second before the caution flew on Lap 2 for the stalled No. 87 of Aaron Reutzel.

Back at speed, Stasa again began to pace away from the field with Matt Covington and John Carney II in pursuit of Bell for the runner up spot. Working past Covington for third on a Lap 7 restart the El Paso driver began working on the Berryman Motorsports No. 31b, taking the position on Lap 12.

A straight-a-way removed from the lead, slower traffic brought Carney to Stasa's back bumper in a matter of laps. Looking to the inside-line for the pass several times on Stasa, the Young Tool No. 19 held the top spot as the dueling drivers allowed Bell to begin closing the gap.

Working off turn-four to complete Lap 23, the leaders saw their night nearly coming to an abrupt end as Brandon Hanks slowed suddenly down the front straight-a-way. Hard on the brakes and trapped between the front stretch walls, Stasa narrowly missed the right-rear of Hanks with Carney nearly over the back of the No. 19; allowing Bell to nearly grab the lead.

"I kind of threw the Hail Mary there going down the front stretch. They all had to check up, and it gave me a big 'ol run," commented Bell on the near pileup. "I drove it off into one on the top and jut got beat down there on the bottom."

Carney worked back to second with five to go.

"I shouldn't have been so patient on that. I wasn't sure what to do and I really didn't want to wreck, so I really waited a little too long and that let Bell get in there. If I would have just jammed it though there, I might have got the lead right then," said Carney.

Carney challenge for the lead in the final two laps, but wouldn't have enough to get around the Print Place No. 19. Christopher Bell took the final podium step. Matt Covington came from eighth to fourth with prelim night winner, Tony Bruce, Jr. making up the top five.

Jason Johnson came from thirteenth to sixth. Travis Rilat crossed seventh with Kolt Walker from fourteenth to ninth. Jeff Swindell rounded out the top-ten after starting eighteenth.

Three Heat Races went to Aaron Reutzel, Blake Hahn, and John Carney II. The night's line B-Feature was won by Brad Loyet.

Patrick Stasa's win counted double as the Ft. Worth, Texas driver scored the highest points for the Smiley's Racing Products Lone Star Region, followed by Carney, Rilat, Walker, and Edwards as the top five point earners.

The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real heads next to the I-30 Speedway in Little, Rock, Ark. on Saturday, April 12. For updates and information regarding the American Sprint Car Series, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real Smiley's Racing Products Lone Star Region 41st Spring Nationals - Finale Devil's Bowl Speedway - Mesquite, Texas Saturday, March 29, 2014

Car Count: 27

Heat Races presented by SpeedMart - 8 Laps, winners plus top 10 in passing points to A-Feature.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 87-Aaron Reutzel[2]; 2. 45-Martin Edwards[1]; 3. 19-Patrick Stasa[5]; 4. 29T-Travis Rilat[7]; 5. 23-Seth Bergman[6]; 6. 3H-Brandon Hanks[8]; 7. (DNF) 12W-Dale Wester[3]; 8. (DNF) 29-Brandon Hahn[4]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 17-Blake Hahn[1]; 2. 11-Joe Wood Jr[2]; 3. 41-Jason Johnson[3]; 4. 12M-Kolt Walker[5]; 5. 45X-Johnny Herrera[4]; 6. 94-Jeff Swindell[7]; 7. 3-Raven Culp[8]; 8. 4X-Shawn Petersen[6]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 74B-John Carney II[1]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[2]; 3. 14-Michael Lang[4]; 4. 28-Channin Tankersley[3]; 5. 05-Brad Loyet[6]; 6. 10W-George White[8]; 7. 17X-Josh Baughman[7]; 8. 58-Gary Floyd[5]

Smiley's Racing Products B-Features - Top 6 advance to the A-Feature.

B Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 05-Brad Loyet[1]; 2. 94-Jeff Swindell[5]; 3. 3H-Brandon Hanks[2]; 4. 45X-Johnny Herrera[4]; 5. 10W-George White[3]; 6. 17X-Josh Baughman[7]; 7. 4X-Shawn Petersen[9]; 8. 3-Raven Culp[6]; 9. 58-Gary Floyd[10]; 10. (DNF) 29-Brandon Hahn[11]; DNS 12W-Dale Wester

Protect the Harvest A-Feature

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 19-Patrick Stasa[1]; 2. 74B-John Carney II[6]; 3. 31B-Christopher Bell[2]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[8]; 5. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[5]; 6. 17-Blake Hahn[3]; 7. 41-Jason Johnson[13]; 8. 29T-Travis Rilat[7]; 9. 12M-Kolt Walker[14]; 10. 94-Jeff Swindell[18]; 11. 45-Martin Edwards[11]; 12. 45X-Johnny Herrera[20]; 13. 23-Seth Bergman[16]; 14. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[10]; 15. 14-Michael Lang[12]; 16. 17X-Josh Baughman[22]; 17. (DNF) 3H-Brandon Hanks[19]; 18. (DNF) 05-Brad Loyet[17]; 19. (DNF) 10W-George White[21]; 20. (DNF) 11-Joe Wood Jr[9]; 21. (DNF) 28-Channin Tankersley[15]; 22. (DNF) 87-Aaron Reutzel[4]; 23. (DNF) 29-Brandon Hahn[23]

Lap Leader(s): Patrick Stasa, 1-30 KSE Hard Charger: Jeff Swindell +8 Hawk Performance Fastest Lap: Patrick Stasa - 14.126 seconds CSI Rebound: Dale Wester Provisional(s): Brandon Hahn (P2)

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2014 A-Feature Winner(s): Rico Abreu-2, Tony Bruce, Jr. - 1, Patrick Stasa - 1

2014 Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10): 1. Christopher Bell 549; 2. Tony Bruce, Jr. 459; 3. Jason Johnson 458; 4. Matt Covington 457; 5. Johnny Herrera 448; 6. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 443; 7. Seth Bergman 441; 8. Brad Loyet 427; 9. Blake Hahn 422; 10. Jeff Swindell 413;

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The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, KSE Racing Products, SpeedMart, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

ASCS Gulf South Sprint car series will be racing in Honor of Jay Niedver & Patrick Silva

Race Fans!

On Friday night, April 4th, the Griffith Truck and Equipment ASCS Gulf South Sprint car series will be racing in Honor of Jay Niedver. Neidver was born on August 17,1944. He started his racing career crewing for Randy Lewis and then moved over to the Texas Super Sprinters. Driving the pink #32 sprinter he picked up the nick name "Pinky". He then crewed for the Brandon Berryman owned sprinters driven by Brandon and Christopher Bell. Neidver served our country for 38 years including two tours of duty in Vietnam as a crew chief and door gunner. He retired with the highest ranking an elisted man can receive, Command Sarget Major.

On Saturday night, April 5th, the Griffith Truck and Equipment ASCS Gulf South Sprint car series will be racing in Honor of Patrick Silva. Patrick from El Paso, TX. was 28 years old and crewed for many years with John Carney. He then teamed up with the JJR and JBR racing teams driven by Jason Johnson and Josh Baughman. Patrick was a 100% dedicated sprint car fan and team player. He also worked for the Avenger chassis company. He left us way to young and will be missed.

On April 4th and 5th Battleground in Highlands, TX. will feature the ASCS Gulf South sprint car series tour. $2,000 to win on Friday with $2,500 to win on Saturday. A driver winning both nights will receive a $500 bonus. Attached is the payout for both nights and track info.

ASCS Gulf South Director Keith Johnson 337-457-4498 337-580-3614

 

 

Take Two: Devil's Bowl Spring Nationals

TULSA, Okla. (March 27, 2014) - The 41st Devil's Bowl Spring Nationals is scheduled to conclude this Saturday, March 29 after being postponed due to inclement weather.

Saturday's events are scheduled to begin at 8:00 P.M. (CT) at the half-mile.

The event is a continuation of the original two-day format with the top four from Friday, March 21 locked into the A-Feature. Should any of the four drivers not appear, the format is to take the top six in passing points from the Heat Races into the re-draw; this according to ASCS National Coordinator, Matt Ward.

Tony Bruce, Jr. captured his second career victory at the Devil's Bowl Speedway on Friday, March 21, his eleventh in ASCS National competition, to lock his Oil Medics No. 18 into Saturday's Protect the Harvest A-Feature. Matt Covington crossed second with Kevin Swindell and Christopher Bell taking the final transfer spot.

Racesaver 305 powered by A.S.I. Racing Engines will be a part of the Saturday program as well as well as Limited Modifieds. For more information on the Devil’s Bowl Speedway including directions, lodging, and ticket information log onto http://www.devilsbowl.com or call 972-222-2421.

Past Devil’s Bowl Winners (Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour: Win Totals):

Gary Wright 20, Jason Johnson 10, Wayne Johnson 6, Kevin Ramey 4, Danny Jennings 3, Sammy Swindell 3, Tony Bruce, Jr. 2, Garry Lee Maier 2, Jeff Swindell 2, Johnny Herrera 2, Mike Peters 2, Shane Carson 2, Shane Stewart 2, Terry Gray 2, Travis Rilat 2, Brian Brown-2, Alan Payne, Danny Lasoski, Edd French, Jack Dover, Jake Peters, Kyle Bell, Larry Neighbors, Mike Ward, Sam Hafertepe, Jr., Tim Crawley.

The Series:

Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real

Event:

41st Devil's Bowl Spring Nationals and Matt Clevenger Memorial

When:

Saturday, March 29 - Open at 6:00 P.M. / Racing at 8:00 P.M.

Where:

Devil’s Bowl Speedway 11711 Lawson Rd. Mesquite, TX 75181

Contact Information:

Website: http://www.devilsbowl.com Email: info@devilsbowl.com Phone: 972-222-2421

Event Coverage:

Online audio will be available at http://www.racinboys.com. Live broadcasts are brought to you by Lucas Oil and presented by the McCarthy Auto Group, located in the Kansas City metropolitan area.

Line-ups, finishes, and further updates are provided throughout each race night at http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs and http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs.

Live Timing and scoring is available at most Lucas Oil ASCS events via Race Monitor that is available in the App Store of your Smart Phone or Tablet.

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2014 A-Feature Winner(s): Rico Abreu-2, Tony Bruce, Jr. - 1

2014 Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 15): 1. Christopher Bell 414; 2. Johnny Herrera 342; 3. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 341; 4. Jason Johnson 339; 5. Seth Bergman 337; 6. Tony Bruce, Jr. 334; 7. Brad Loyet 333; 8. Matt Covington 327; 9. Jeff Swindell 303; 10. Rico Abreu 300; 11. Blake Hahn 300; 12. Aaron Reutzel 280; 13. Brian Brown 265; 14. Roger Crockett 254; 15. Brandon Hahn 251;

2014 Lucas Oil ASCS Owner Standings (Top 15): 1. Blazin' Racin' 592; 2. Brandon Berryman Motorsports 414; 3. Joe Herrera Racing 342; 4. Stenhouse, Jr. Racing 339; 5. O.E.M./Bergman 337; 6. One8 Motorsports 334; 7. Loyet Motorsports 333; 8. Covington Motorsports 327; 9. Hammers Family 303; 10. Abreu Racing 300; 11. O.S.R. 300; 12. Reutzel Racing 280; 13. Brian Brown Racing 265; 14. Crockett 254; 15. Steve Hahn 251;

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The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, KSE Racing Products, SpeedMart, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Weekend Rewind: American Sprint Car Series

TULSA, Okla. (March 24, 2014) - The third installment of the Weekend Rewind for the American Sprint Car Series in 2014 centers around the weather shortened Devil's Bowl Spring Nationals which brought the total number of ASCS sanctioned events in 2014 to 11 with seven different winners at seven facilities in Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas.

• Tony Bruce, Jr. - Seeing as how the Kansas native captured the win on Friday night, it's only fitting that the rewind begins with the driver of The Oil Medics No. 18. Earning the pole, Bruce paced all 25 laps for his second career victory at the Devil's Bowl Speedway. His first came on March 18, 2008 ahead of Gary Wright and Jason Sides. The triumph was Bruce's eleventh overall in ASCS National competition and fourth with the Smiley's Racing Products Lone Star Region.

• Windshield Time - The Friday portion of the 41st Spring Nationals saw 49 drivers in competition from 13 states including Canada. The Friday event was also the season opener for the Smiley's Racing Products Lone Star Region.

• Lone Star Leader - El Paso, Texas native, John Carney II, has taken the early lead in the Smiley's Racing Products Lone Star Region. Topping the West Texas ASCS 305cid Region the past two years, this is the first time Carney has led points in an ASCS 360cid region.

• National Leader - Speaking of points, Christopher Bell currently leads the Lucas Oil ASCS driver standings by 72 markers over Johnny Herrera. Only planning on running Friday night for car owner, Brandon Berryman, as the Lucas Oil POWRi Midgets and Keith Kunz Motorsports commanded the Oklahoma driver to Tulsa's Port City Raceway on Saturday, where he won Saturday and Sunday at the one-fifth mile oval.

• The Delay - Devil's Bowl Speedway officials made the call to postpone the second night of the Spring Nationals by one week due to the fact that it had already rained at the track and the forecast called for more. If you've never seen the pits at the Devil's Bowl, they are soft. Really soft. Add water, and they are impassable. Having seen many a rig torn up when needing to be pulled out by tractor, crews are hopeful for a dry weekend.

• Rough Start - The first flip in National Tour competition for 2014 saw James Mosher end up with scrap metal after contact from another car sent the Consolidated Solar Technology No. 12 flipping violently at the start of the first heat. The incident also collected Travis Rilat who was able to make repairs after the second attempt at a start saw Danny Wood upside down after contact from Jordan Weaver's right rear tire. Wood was thumbs up to crowd and crew once crews were able to get the car away from the concrete and did make a stop to chat with Ms. Weaver about the incident. Danny returned for a B-Feature where he ended up eight after starting fifteenth.

• Matt Covington - The runner up on Friday night, Matt Covington's run popped the Glenpool, Okla. driver fifteenth to eighth in tour standings. The interesting part about Covington's trip to the podium is it's the first time on the silver step in National Tour competition. Matt has seen the gold medal position twice against the Lucas Oil ASCS. He has one third place finish.

• Sam Hafertepe, Jr. - Over the weekend the Sunnyvale, Texas driver revealed that he intends to run the full Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour in 2014. The third time Hafertepe has done so; the driver of the Lone Star Speedway No. 15H is currently third in tour standings, one point behind Herrera for second and one ahead of Jason Johnson.

• Provisional - Johnny Herrera may be second in points, but it also cost the Albuquerque driver a full point provisional to get in Friday's Protect the Harvest A-Feature where he finished thirteenth after staring twenty-third.

• Blazin' Racin' - The Buffalo Wild Wings team has provided three drivers so far in 2014. Bryan Clauson and Sam Hafertepe, Jr. competed at the Cocopah Speedway in the series season opener while Kevin Swindell jumped behind the wheel this past weekend at the Devil's Bowl. The four-time Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Champion hadn't been behind the wheel since January, but that didn't stop him from racing to a third place finish. The Blazin' Racin' team currently leads the ASCS Nationals Owner points.

On Deck: As of now, the Saturday portion of the Spring Nationals will take place on March 29. Gates open at 6:00 P.M. (CT) with races getting underway at 8:00 P.M. For updates and information, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com or http://www.devilsbowl.com.

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, KSE Racing Products, SpeedMart, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Spring Nationals Finale Rescheduled to March 29

MESQUITE, Texas (March 22, 2014) - Light rains have already begun to fall at the Devil's Bowl Speedway, forcing officials to re-scheduled the finale of the 41st annual Devil's Bowl Spring Nationals to Saturday, March 29.

Devil's Bowl Speedway officials remind anyone who purchased a two-day pit pass to bring the arm band back to the track to avoid being charged for another pass.

Gates will open at 6:00 P.M. (CT) with races getting underway at 8:00 P.M.

Lock-in drivers from the Friday, March 21 prelim event will remain as such. Tony Bruce, Jr. picked up his second career Devil's Bowl Speedway victory during the Friday night program. Matt Covington crossed second with Kevin Swindell and Christopher Bell in the final transfer spot.

For further updates regarding the finale of the 41st annual Devil's Bowl Spring Nationals, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com or http://www.devilsbowl.com or call (972) 222-2421.

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, KSE Racing Products, SpeedMart, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Tony Bruce, Jr. back in Devil's Bowl Victory Lane

MESQUITE, Texas (March 21, 2014) - Topping 49 drivers from 13 states and two countries, Tony Bruce, Jr. returned to Victory Lane at the Devil's Bowl Speedway on the opening night of the 41st annual Spring Nationals.

The win marks the Kansas driver's second Devil's Bowl triumph again the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour, with is first coming on March 14, 2008.

"It means a ton to me," said Bruce of the victory. "We have a lot of great supporters in this area with people like Bill Jewel with The Oil Medics; you know Bill and Kathy have been with me forever it seems like. We haven't had a win here on the National Tour since I guess 2008. We've been in the top-three several times, and run up front all the time when we're here so - hell yeah, we won at the Devil's Bowl."

Earning the pole of for the night's 25 lap Protect the Harvest A-Feature, Bruce got the jump to the lead over the T&L Foundry No. 95 of Matt Covington.

"Matt's really good every single time he's been here. He always impresses everybody, so it was all about getting out front then just picking my way through lapped traffic and making sure I didn't make any mistakes."

Covington was challenged late in the A-Feature by Kevin Swindell, who worked next to the Oklahoma driver in slower traffic before the caution displayed for the stalled No. 7m of Kevin Ramey.

"It was a great run but I had the car a little too tight, but I'm not complaining about running second with the National Tour."

Asked what was going through his mind on the late race restart, Covington replied with a joking tone, "As far as what was going through my mind on that last restart, I was thinking I hope Tony misses the bottom."

Kevin Swindell settled for the final podium step in the Buffalo Wild Wings No. 82.

"It wasn't bad, especially when we got to traffic and those guys made mistakes and opened it up. I think I was probably the best car through that stage of the race before the yellow. I managed to get by Bergman and by Matt, then the yellow came out, but overall it was a good night. First night in the car, first time racing since early January so; not too bad," commented Swindell of his run with the Buffalo Wild Wings team.

Christopher Bell grabbed the final transfer spot into Saturday's A-Feature, coming from seventh to fourth and in doing so, assumed the Lucas Oil ASCS National points lead with John Carney II completing the top-five in the Coyote Candle Co. No. 74B.

Sam Hafertepe, Jr. jumped to third in the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour standings with a sixth place showing. Seth Bergman crossed seventh with Greg Wilson jumping from tenth to eighth. Aaron Reutzel climbed nine spots to finish ninth with Jeff Swindell completing the top ten.

Six Heat Races started the evening with wins going to Tony Bruce, Jr., Matt Covington, Seth Bergman, Christopher Bell, Jason Johnson, and Jon Agan. A pair of B-Features saw Brad Loyet and Aaron Reutzel earning victories.

John Carney II emerged as the highest finishing Smiley's Racing Products Lone Star Regional driver in the region's season opener. Josh Baughman is currently second in driver standings with Michael Lang, Kevin Ramey, and Jake Martens completing the top five.

The 41st annual Devil's Bowl Spring Nationals and Matt Clevenger Memorial continues on Saturday, March 22. Gates are scheduled to open at 6:00 P.M. (CT) with races beginning at 8:00 P.M. For more information, log onto http://www.devilsbowl.com or http://www.ascsracing.com.

Lucas Oil ASCS Presented by MAVTV American Real 41st Devil's Bowl Spring Nationals - Prelim Night Devil's Bowl Speedway - Mesquite, Texas Friday, March 21, 2014

Car Count: 49

Heat Races presented by SpeedMart - 8 Laps, winners plus top 10 in passing points to A-Feature.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[3]; 2. 82-Kevin Swindell[7]; 3. 14-Michael Lang[2]; 4. 7M-Kevin Ramey[8]; 5. 29$-Russ Hall[9]; 6. 29T-Travis Rilat[6]; 7. 92-Jordan Weaver[1]; 8. (DNF) 81W-Danny Wood[5]; 9. (DNF) 12-James Mosher[4]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 2. W20-Greg Wilson[4]; 3. 1-Sean McClelland[8]; 4. 10W-George White[1]; 5. 22X-Wayne Johnson[6]; 6. 45-Martin Edwards[5]; 7. 8M-Kade Morton[3]; 8. 33-Kris Miller[7]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[2]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[7]; 3. 12W-Dale Wester[1]; 4. 45X-Johnny Herrera[3]; 5. 87-Aaron Reutzel[6]; 6. 12M-Kolt Walker[4]; 7. 19-Patrick Stasa[5]; 8. 93-Dustin Morgan[8]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 31B-Christopher Bell[4]; 2. 48-Jake Martens[1]; 3. 05-Brad Loyet[3]; 4. 1J-Danny Jennings[5]; 5. E85-Luke Cranston[7]; 6. 72-Phil Dietz[8]; 7. 4X-Shawn Petersen[6]

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 41-Jason Johnson[2]; 2. 29-Brandon Hahn[1]; 3. 74B-John Carney II[8]; 4. 11-Joe Wood Jr[5]; 5. 17W-Harli White[6]; 6. 4J-John James[4]; 7. 3-Raven Culp[7]; 8. 41P-Jeff Carlson[3]

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 4-Jon Agan[1]; 2. 94-Jeff Swindell[3]; 3. 17X-Josh Baughman[5]; 4. 28-Channin Tankersley[6]; 5. 17-Blake Hahn[7]; 6. 21K-Lou Kennedy Jr.[2]; 7. 59-David Gravel[8]; 8. 30-Brandon Corn[4]

Smiley's Racing Products B-Features - Top 3 advance to the A-Feature.

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 05-Brad Loyet[2]; 2. 1J-Danny Jennings[3]; 3. 17-Blake Hahn[5]; 4. 29T-Travis Rilat[8]; 5. 12M-Kolt Walker[10]; 6. 19-Patrick Stasa[12]; 7. 81W-Danny Wood[15]; 8. 17W-Harli White[7]; 9. 8M-Kade Morton[13]; 10. 41P-Jeff Carlson[16]; 11. 33-Kris Miller[14]; 12. (DNF) 29-Brandon Hahn[1]; 13. (DNF) 12W-Dale Wester[4]; 14. (DNF) 21K-Lou Kennedy Jr.[11]; 15. (DNF) 22X-Wayne Johnson[6]; 16. (DNF) 45-Martin Edwards[9]

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 87-Aaron Reutzel[6]; 2. 14-Michael Lang[2]; 3. 28-Channin Tankersley[1]; 4. 59-David Gravel[9]; 5. 45X-Johnny Herrera[5]; 6. 11-Joe Wood Jr[3]; 7. E85-Luke Cranston[4]; 8. 93-Dustin Morgan[13]; 9. 4J-John James[10]; 10. 30-Brandon Corn[15]; 11. 72-Phil Dietz[8]; 12. 92-Jordan Weaver[14]; 13. 4X-Shawn Petersen[12]; 14. (DNF) 3-Raven Culp[11]; 15. (DNF) 10W-George White[7]; 16. (DNF) 12-James Mosher[16]

Protect the Harvest A-Feature - Top 4 lock into Saturday's A-Feature.

A Feature Finish (25 Laps): 1. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[1]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 3. 82-Kevin Swindell[4]; 4. 31B-Christopher Bell[7]; 5. 74B-John Carney II[5]; 6. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[8]; 7. 23-Seth Bergman[3]; 8. W20-Greg Wilson[10]; 9. 87-Aaron Reutzel[18]; 10. 94-Jeff Swindell[13]; 11. 4-Jon Agan[11]; 12. 28-Channin Tankersley[22]; 13. 45X-Johnny Herrera[23]; 14. 05-Brad Loyet[17]; 15. 17-Blake Hahn[21]; 16. 41-Jason Johnson[9]; 17. 29$-Russ Hall[15]; 18. 17X-Josh Baughman[14]; 19. 29-Brandon Hahn[24]; 20. 14-Michael Lang[20]; 21. (DNF) 1-Sean McClelland[6]; 22. (DNF) 7M-Kevin Ramey[12]; 23. (DNF) 1J-Danny Jennings[19]; DNS 48-Jake Martens

Lap Leader(s): Tony Bruce, Jr. 1-25 KSE Hard Charger: Channin Tankersley - +10 Hawk Performance Fastest Lap: Aaron Reutzel - 15.323 CSI Rebound: James Mosher Provisional(s): Johnny Herrera (P1), Brandon Hahn (P1)

 

 

On Deck: Lucas Oil ASCS at Devil's Bowl

TULSA, Okla. (March 17, 2014) - After time off from the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real season opener at the Cocopah Speedway, the season picks up this weekend at the Devil's Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, Texas with the 41st Spring Nationals and second Matt Clevenger Memorial on Friday, March 14 and Saturday, March 15.

The coming weekend at the Devil's Bowl Speedway also signifies the start of the points chase for the Smiley's Racing Products Lone Star Region.

The weekend doubleheader will be preceded by an open practice night for all drivers on Wednesday, March 19 beginning at 6:00 P.M. (CT) and running until 9:00 P.M. Pit Passes will be $10 per person. The grandstands will be open free of charge to anyone who wishes to watch.

The 41st Devil's Bowl Spring Nationals and Matt Clevenger Memorial opens both nights at 6:00 P.M. (CT) with racing set to begin at 8:00 P.M. Pit Gates will open at 2:00 P.M. both nights.

Support Classes for the Spring Nationals will include Limited Modifieds and Modifieds on Friday, March 21 with the Modifieds swapped out for the Racesaver 305 powered by A.S.I. Racing Engines on Saturday, March 22. For more information on the Devil’s Bowl Speedway including directions, lodging, and ticket information log onto http://www.devilsbowl.com or call 972-222-2421.

Past Devil’s Bowl Winners (Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour: Win Totals):

Gary Wright 20, Jason Johnson 10, Wayne Johnson 6, Kevin Ramey 4, Danny Jennings 3, Sammy Swindell 3, Garry Lee Maier 2, Jeff Swindell 2, Johnny Herrera 2, Mike Peters 2, Shane Carson 2, Shane Stewart 2, Terry Gray 2, Travis Rilat 2, Brian Brown-2, Alan Payne, Danny Lasoski, Edd French, Jack Dover, Jake Peters, Kyle Bell, Larry Neighbors, Mike Ward, Sam Hafertepe, Jr., Tim Crawley, Tony Bruce, Jr.

The Series:

Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real

Smiley's Racing Products Lone Star Region

Event:

41st Devil's Bowl Spring Nationals and Matt Clevenger Memorial

When:

Friday, March 21 - Open at 6:00 P.M. / Racing at 8:00 P.M.

Saturday, March 22 - Open at 6:00 P.M. / Racing at 8:00 P.M.

Where:

Devil’s Bowl Speedway 11711 Lawson Rd. Mesquite, TX 75181

Contact Information:

Website: http://www.devilsbowl.com Email: info@devilsbowl.com Phone: 972-222-2421

Event Coverage:

Online audio will be available at http://www.racinboys.com. Live broadcasts are brought to you by Lucas Oil and presented by the McCarthy Auto Group, located in the Kansas City metropolitan area.

Line-ups, finishes, and further updates are provided throughout each race night at http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs and http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs.

Live Timing and scoring is available at most Lucas Oil ASCS events via Race Monitor that is available in the App Store of your Smart Phone or Tablet.

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2014 A-Feature Winner(s): Rico Abreu-2

2014 Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10): 1. Rico Abreu 300; 2. Christopher Bell 284; 3. Brian Brown 265; 4. Roger Crockett 254; 5. Jason Johnson 241; 6. Bryan Clauson 238; 7. Johnny Herrera 238; 8. Brad Loyet 321; 9. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 219; 10. Seth Bergman 218;

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The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, KSE Racing Products, SpeedMart, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

American Sprint Car Series: Weekend Rewind

TULSA, Okla. (March 17, 2014) - Nine events have been contested so far in the 2014 season for the ASCS Nation. This past weekend, five events were on tap with four posting winners while Mother Nature took a trophy of her own.

Two nights of competition with the West Texas ASCS 305 Region saw a payout exceeding $30,000 with a weekend count of 30 drivers from five states and two countries making the haul to the borderland. The Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region completed one of the scheduled two events and where lucky to get that.

The Hose Advantage Store ASCS Southwest Region was the final branch of the ASCS Nation in competition, taking to the Arizona Speedway in Queen Creek.

A weekly look at some of the details from the previous weekend's events begins now:

• First Time, sort of: It was a weekend for first time regional winners. Knoxville, Iowa's Jon Agan powered to his first Gulf South victory on Friday night at the Golden Triangle Raceway Park along with Jason Johnson who topped the West Texas 305 Region at the El Paso Speedway Park. Saturday night saw a pair of Non-Wing veterans top the winged world. Brady Bacon added his name to the list of 305 winners in his third attempt at a 305 feature. A state away, Bob Ream, Jr. came from seventh to win his first Hose Advantage Store Southwest Regional event.

• Knock out the Lights: A storm a week earlier didn't look to have caused any damage to the Golden Triangle Raceway Park, but as races got underway on Friday, a short in the lights made itself known. Having to bring in portable lights for the back straight-a-way, track promoter Glen Johnson saved what could have been a tough loss to swallow.

• How's the Weather?: Rain in the Gulf South called off Saturday at the Royal Purple Raceway before Brunch. Further north in southern New Mexico, the Weatherman was telling lies as a zero percent chance of precipitation saw scattered showers and very high winds throughout most of the afternoon. The question was raised as to whether or not the races at the Southern New Mexico Speedway had ever been called for wind. The most recent example occurred on March 11, 2006 when 70+ MPH winds called off night two of the National Sprint Tour's double header at the New Mexico oval.

• Casey Minks Motorsports: A figure in west Texas and southern New Mexico, Casey Minks fielded two cars over the weekend with Aaron Reutzel in one and Brady Bacon in the other. The over the top car owner picked his drivers well as they delivered a pair of top five runs, including a win on the part of Bacon.

• Long Miles: It was interesting to see the results come in over the weekend. In all, drivers from 13 states (AZ, IA, IN, KS, LA, MS, MT, NM, OH, OK, TN, TX, WA) and two countries (United States and Mexico) took part in at least one ASCS event. Montana's Phil Dietz had to log neatly 1,300 miles to get from Billings to Queen Creek, Ariz.

• Hard Charger: A.S.I. Racing Engines put up a combined $1,000 bonus money for the Hard Chargers in El Paso and Las Cruces. Friday night saw John Carney, II take half that money by advancing 10 spots. Saturday went to Aaron Reutzel who advanced from sixteenth to fifth.

• 14: Is the number of ASCS Region that Jason has earned at least one victory since adding his win at the El Paso Speedway Park with the West Texas ASCS 305 Region.

• No Brakes: Defending Gulf South Regional Champion, Ray Allen Kulhanek, started the A-Feature at Golden Triangle Raceway Park eighth, jumped to fourth, but ended up fifteenth when all was said and done after the brakes on the No. 21t locked up and forced the Conroe, Texas driver to spin.

• Tony Bruce, Jr. is on fire: Not in a good way either as an oil leak caused flames to erupt on the Lubbock Wrecker Service No. 18 during his Heat Race. Playing it safe, Bruce pulled off and worked from the fifth row of his B-Feature, to ninth in the A-Feature.

• Getting Better: The 2013 season for the Hose Advantage Store Southwest Region was a season of rebuilding with car counts in the teens throughout the year. This past weekend, the region saw 20 drivers take to the Arizona Speedway in Queen Creek, Ariz. The 2014 season is the second under the stewardship of Roger Toops.

On Deck: The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real goes into rounds three and four on March 21 and 22 at the 41st Spring Nationals at the Devil's Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, Texas. Shortened to a single day affair in 2013, Kyle Bellm is the reigning champion of the Spring Nationals.

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, KSE Racing Products, SpeedMart, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Bob Ream, Jr. breaks through with ASCS Southwest

QUEEN CREEK, Ariz. (March 15, 2014) - A winner in Non-Win Sprint Cars Racing 59 times, Bob Ream, Jr. finally broke through with wings on against the Hose Advantage Store ASCS Southwest Region, topping a field of 20 drivers at the Arizona Speedway in Queen Creek, Ariz.

Becoming the region's 32nd different winner, Ream charged from seventh to win in front of his hometown crowd. Albuquerque's James Mosher led the first twelve rounds before ultimately crossing runner with Montana's Phil Dietz taking the final podium step. Mike Rux, Jr. finished fourth followed by Jesse Baker completing the top five.

Ryan Linder, Billy Chester, Lance Norick, James Aragon, and Perry McMillan made up the remainder of the top ten.

The Hose Advantage Store Southwest Region competes next at the Tucson International Raceway on April 5. For a complete listing of results, news, and points for the ASCS Southwest Region, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

Hose Advantage Store ASCS Southwest Region Arizona Speedway - Queen Creek, Ariz. Saturday, March 15, 2014

Car Count: 20

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 72-Phil Dietz; 2. 12-James Mosher; 3. 41W-Joshua Williams; 4. 57-James Aragon; 5. 27-Perry McMillan; 6. 55-Don Sink; 7. 14S-Cody Sickles

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 8-Bob Ream Jr; 2. 22-Mike Rux Jr; 3. 94-Nick Parker; 4. 9-Ryan Linder; 5. 74-Billy Chester III; 6. 21-Brandon Hacker; 7. 96-Carson Ditsch

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 20Z-Rick Ziehl; 2. 90-Lance Norick; 3. 8AZ-Jordan Stetson; 4. 01-Kaylene Verville; 5. 22X-Jesse Baker; 6. 41-Colton Hardy

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 8-Bob Ream Jr; 2. 12-James Mosher; 3. 72-Phil Dietz; 4. 22-Mike Rux Jr; 5. 22X-Jesse Baker; 6. 9-Ryan Linder; 7. 74-Billy Chester III; 8. 90-Lance Norick; 9. 57-James Aragon; 10. 27-Perry McMillan; 11. 41-Colton Hardy; 12. 94-Nick Parker; 13. (DNF) 8AZ-Jordan Stetson; 14. (DNF) 01-Kaylene Verville; 15. (DNF) 41W-Joshua Williams; 16. (DNF) 20Z-Rick Ziehl; 17. (DNF) 96-Carson Ditsch; 18. (DNF) 55-Don Sink; 19. (DNF) 14S-Cody Sickles; 20. (DNF) 21-Brandon Hacker

Lap Leader(s): James Mosher 1-12, Bob Ream, Jr. 13-25

 

 

Brady Bacon Victorious in ASCS 305 Shootout

LAS CRUCES, N.M. (March 15, 2014) - After having to drop to the tail Friday night at the El Paso Speedway Park and coming to fourth, it was evident that Brady Bacon had the speed to win and it showed as the Broken Arrow, Okla. shoe lapped through tenth to collect the $3,000 winner's check at the ASCS 305 Sprint Car Shootout at the Southern New Mexico Speedway.

Gridding the Minks Motorsports No. 199 eleventh, Bacon ran down Jason Johnson in slower traffic to grab the lead with 12 laps to run, opening his advantage to 6.293 seconds in the final circuits. Brady is the first non-local driver to win the event, and the fourth different winner in five years.

John Carney II wheeled the Drown Motorsports backed No. 74BC to a runner up finish with Jason Johnson holding off Johnny Herrera's Print Place Motorsports No. 45X for third by 0.010 seconds at the line in the Stenhouse, Jr. Racing owned, Curb / Agajanian Performance Group co-owned No. 41.

Aaron Reutzel came from sixteenth to complete the top five, giving both Minks Motorsports entries a top five finish.

Jeff Swindell, Wes Wofford, Lorne Wofford, Cesar Fuentes, and Kyle McCutcheon rounded out the top ten.

The West Texas ASCS 305 Region presented by MVT will begin their regular season of bi-weekly events on Friday, May 2 at the El Paso Speedway Park and Saturday, May 3 at the Southern New Mexico Speedway. For complete news, schedule, and points log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

West Texas ASCS 305 Region presented by MVT 5th annual ASCS 305 Sprint Car Shootout Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, N.M. Saturday, March 15, 2014

Car Count: 27

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 27-Cesar Fuentes[3]; 2. 2X-Brandon Williams[2]; 3. 4X-Shawn Petersen[6]; 4. 5-Joseph Hernandez[1]; 5. 1-Aaron Reutzel[7]; 6. 21TX-Brandon Schure[5]; 7. 16-Cory Riley[4]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 74BC-John Carney II[1]; 2. 18-Lorne Wofford[2]; 3. 80-Josh Hawkins[4]; 4. 45X-Johnny Herrera[7]; 5. 54-Art Quijano[6]; 6. 6U-Anton Salopek[5]; 7. (DNF) 7-Rick Lovelady[3]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 19-Wes Wofford[1]; 2. 199-Brady Bacon[2]; 3. 94-Jeff Swindell[3]; 4. 41-Jason Johnson[7]; 5. 7K-Kyle McCutcheon[5]; 6. 99-Chuck Jackson[6]; 7. 52-Aaron Quijano[4]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 9K-Kyle Sager[1]; 2. 148-Don Grable[2]; 3. 2J-Zach Blurton[3]; 4. 131-Royal Jones[7]; 5. 99.5-Derek Demartino[4]; 6. 30-Austin Mundie[5]; 7. 77-Colt Treharn[6]

B Feature 1 (10 Laps, taking top 8): 1. 21TX-Brandon Schure[6]; 2. 7K-Kyle McCutcheon[3]; 3. 6U-Anton Salopek[7]; 4. 30-Austin Mundie[8]; 5. 99.5-Derek Demartino[4]; 6. 77-Colt Treharn[9]; 7. 7-Rick Lovelady[12]; 8. 5-Joseph Hernandez[2]; 9. 52-Aaron Quijano[11]; 10. (DNF) 16-Cory Riley[10]; 11. (DNF) 99-Chuck Jackson[5]; DNS 54-Art Quijano

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 199-Brady Bacon[11]; 2. 74BC-John Carney II[5]; 3. 41-Jason Johnson[2]; 4. 45X-Johnny Herrera[4]; 5. 1-Aaron Reutzel[16]; 6. 94-Jeff Swindell[14]; 7. 19-Wes Wofford[8]; 8. 18-Lorne Wofford[10]; 9. 27-Cesar Fuentes[7]; 10. 7K-Kyle McCutcheon[18]; 11. 4X-Shawn Petersen[1]; 12. 148-Don Grable[12]; 13. 80-Josh Hawkins[13]; 14. 6U-Anton Salopek[19]; 15. 131-Royal Jones[3]; 16. 2J-Zach Blurton[15]; 17. 2X-Brandon Williams[9]; 18. 21TX-Brandon Schure[17]; 19. 99.5-Derek Demartino[21]; 20. 7-Rick Lovelady[23]; 21. 5-Joseph Hernandez[24]; 22. (DNF) 30-Austin Mundie[20]; 23. (DNF) 77-Colt Treharn[22]; 24. (DNF) 9K-Kyle Sager[6]

Lap Leader(s): Jason Johnson 1-16, Brady Bacon 17-30

 

 

Jon Agan tops ASCS Gulf South in Beaumont

BEAUMONT, Texas (March 14, 2014) - A long trip from Knoxville, Iowa paid off for Jon Agan who topped the Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region for the first time in the 2014 season opener at the one-third mile Golden Triangle Raceway Park.

Collecting $2,500, Agan started front row with Ohio's Greg Wilson. Jumping to the point, Wilson led the first four circuits before surrendering the lead to Agan on Lap 5, falling to third ultimately as Seth Bergman raced by to claim second.

Sam Hafertepe, Jr. crossed fourth with Christopher Bell climbing from thirteenth to complete the top five. Josh Baughman cross sixth with Channin Tankersley seventh. Kevin Ramey clawed from eighteenth to eighth with Tony Bruce, Jr. in tow from seventeenth. Zane Lawrence rounded out the top ten.

Special thanks is due to track owner, Glen Johnson, who had to bring in temporary lighting to make the show possible after a recent storm created a short in the track's lighting system that didn't appear until the Friday program had begun.

The Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region is scheduled to compete on Saturday, March 15 at the Royal Purple Raceway in Baytown, Texas. For more information log onto http://www.royalpurpleraceway.com or http://www.ascsracing.com

Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region Golden Triangle Raceway Park - Beaumont, Texas Friday, March 14, 2014

Car Count: 35

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. W20-Greg Wilson; 2. 76-Zane Lawrence; 3. 17-Blake Hahn; 4. 93-Chris Sweeney; 5. 12W-Dale Wester; 6. 25M-James McNeil; 7. (DNF) 17T-Bruce Griffith Jr

Heat 2: 1. 17J-Josh Baughman; 2. 4-Jon Agan; 3. 6-J.J. Simmons; 4. 0-Tyler Courtney; 5. 1A-Kevin Ramey; 6. 13-Todd Fayard; 7. 2Y-Harry Yerrington

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 19-Klint Angelette; 2. 23-Seth Bergman; 3. 31-Christopher Bell; 4. 36-John Pate; 5. 5X-Tyson Hall; 6. 10-Blake Jenkins; 7. 18-Tony Bruce Jr

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 28-Channin Tankersley; 2. 24-Brandie Jass; 3. 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek; 4. 58-Gary Floyd; 5. 11-Ty Johnson; 6. 31W-Wyatt Rector; 7. 48-Jake Martens

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr; 2. 2-Wes Miller; 3. 12-Scott Smith; 4. 29-Mike Walling; 5. 44-Chris Martin; 6. 28H-Mark Harris; 7. 3-Gary Watson

B Feature 1 (12 Laps, taking top 3): 1. 6-J.J. Simmons; 2. 18-Tony Bruce Jr; 3. 29-Mike Walling; 4. 48-Jake Martens; 5. 25M-James McNeil; 6. 44-Chris Martin; 7. 10-Blake Jenkins; 8. 17T-Bruce Griffith Jr; 9. 11-Ty Johnson; 10. 0-Tyler Courtney; 11. 5X-Tyson Hall

B Feature 2 (12 Laps, taking top 3): 1. 93-Chris Sweeney; 2. 1A-Kevin Ramey; 3. 36-John Pate; 4. 13-Todd Fayard; 5. 28H-Mark Harris; 6. 58-Gary Floyd; 7. 2Y-Harry Yerrington; 8. 12W-Dale Wester; 9. 31W-Wyatt Rector; 10. 3-Gary Watson

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 4-Jon Agan[1]; 2. 23-Seth Bergman[3]; 3. W20-Greg Wilson[2]; 4. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[5]; 5. 31-Christopher Bell[13]; 6. 17J-Josh Baughman[4]; 7. 28-Channin Tankersley[7]; 8. 1A-Kevin Ramey[18]; 9. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[17]; 10. 76-Zane Lawrence[10]; 11. 93-Chris Sweeney[16]; 12. 2-Wes Miller[12]; 13. 36-John Pate[20]; 14. 17-Blake Hahn[9]; 15. 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek[8]; 16. 19-Klint Angelette[6]; 17. 29-Mike Walling[19]; 18. 24-Brandie Jass[11]; 19. (DNF) 6-J.J. Simmons[15]; 20. (DNF) 12-Scott Smith[14]

Lap Leader(s): Greg Wilson 1-4, Jon Agan 5-25

 

 

Jason Johnson Pockets El Paso Payday

EL PASO, Texas (March 14, 2014) - Jason Johnson added $3,000 to his bank account Friday night at the El Paso Speedway Park, charging from seventh to win the first annual ASCS 305cid Sprint Car Smackdown with the West Texas ASCS 305 Region presented by Mesilla Valley Transportation.

Working past Aaron Reutzel with 13 laps to go, traffic, and a caution with three to go, played into Johnson's hands as the Stenhouse, Jr. Racing owned, Curb / Agajanian Performance Group co-owned No. 41 crossed with an advantage of 0.655 seconds.

Johnny Herrera worked to second on the race's final restart with Aaron Reutzel settling for the final podium step. Originally scheduled to lineup fourth, Brady Bacon would have to charge from 24th to his original starting spot after requiring a second push for spinning before the green flag. Lorne Wofford rounded out the top five.

Kyle McCutcheon, John Carney II, Cesar Fuentes, Wes Wofford, and Derek Drown completed the top ten.

The West Texas ASCS 305 Region presented by MVT moves to the Southern New Mexico Speedway in Las Cruces, N.M. on Saturday, March 14 for another $3,000 to win event at the 305 Sprint Car Shootout. Gates Open 3:00 P.M. with races at 6:30 P.M. (MT). For more information, log onto http://www.snmspeedway.com or http://www.ascsracing.com.

West Texas ASCS 305 Region presetned by MVT First annual 305 Sprint Car Smackdown El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, Texas Friday, March 15, 2014

Car Count: 29

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 199-Brady Bacon[1]; 2. 2J-Zach Blurton[2]; 3. 18-Lorne Wofford[5]; 4. 6U-Anton Salopek[3]; 5. 148-Don Grable[7]; 6. 30-Austin Mundie[8]; 7. (DNF) 2X-Brandon Williams[4]; 8. (DNF) 98-Jerry Gonzalez[6]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 74B-Derek Drown[1]; 2. 1-Aaron Reutzel[6]; 3. 80-Josh Hawkins[4]; 4. 4X-Shawn Petersen[3]; 5. 7-Rick Lovelady[5]; 6. 54-Art Quijano[2]; 7. (DNF) 74BC-John Carney II[7]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 94-Jeff Swindell[1]; 2. 41-Jason Johnson[3]; 3. 27-Cesar Fuentes[2]; 4. 21TX-Brandon Schure[6]; 5. 16-Cory Riley[4]; 6. 99-Chuck Jackson[7]; 7. (DNF) 5-Joseph Hernandez[5]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 131-Royal Jones[1]; 2. 45X-Johnny Herrera[2]; 3. 7K-Kyle McCutcheon[4]; 4. 19-Wes Wofford[6]; 5. 77-Colt Treharn[3]; 6. 9K-Kyle Sager[7]; 7. 52-Aaron Quijano[5]

B Feature 1 (12 Laps, taking top 8): 1. 74BC-John Carney II[9]; 2. 4X-Shawn Petersen[1]; 3. 9K-Kyle Sager[6]; 4. 77-Colt Treharn[7]; 5. 16-Cory Riley[4]; 6. 30-Austin Mundie[2]; 7. 99-Chuck Jackson[5]; 8. 52-Aaron Quijano[11]; 9. 7-Rick Lovelady[3]; 10. 5-Joseph Hernandez[10]; 11. (DNF) 54-Art Quijano[8]; DNS 2X-Brandon Williams; DNS 98-Jerry Gonzalez

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 41-Jason Johnson[7]; 2. 45X-Johnny Herrera[9]; 3. 1-Aaron Reutzel[5]; 4. 199-Brady Bacon[4]; 5. 18-Lorne Wofford[6]; 6. 7K-Kyle McCutcheon[11]; 7. 74BC-John Carney II[17]; 8. 27-Cesar Fuentes[14]; 9. 19-Wes Wofford[13]; 10. 74B-Derek Drown[3]; 11. 94-Jeff Swindell[2]; 12. 4X-Shawn Petersen[18]; 13. 148-Don Grable[15]; 14. 2J-Zach Blurton[8]; 15. 131-Royal Jones[1]; 16. 77-Colt Treharn[20]; 17. 80-Josh Hawkins[10]; 18. 6U-Anton Salopek[16]; 19. 21TX-Brandon Schure[12]; 20. 30-Austin Mundie[22]; 21. 16-Cory Riley[21]; 22. 99-Chuck Jackson[23]; 23. (DNF) 9K-Kyle Sager[19]; 24. (DNF) 52-Aaron Quijano[24]

 

Lucas Oil ASCS readying for Devil's Bowl Spring Nationals

TULSA, Okla. (March 14, 2014) - The season's first stop at the half-mile Devil's Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, Texas is within sight for the drivers of the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real.

The 41st running of the Spring Nationals and second Matt Clevenger Memorial will take place Friday, March 21 and Saturday, March 22 at the Mesquite oval, which was the site of Kyle Bellm's first Protect the Harvest A-Feature triumph in the rain shortened 2013 event.

In terms of overall visits to the Devil's Bowl, the coming Spring Nationals is the 53rd event sanctioned under the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour banner since the series first began visiting in 1994. The weekend potentially represents race number 76 and 77 for the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour, which has seen 26 drivers emerge triumphantly. Gary Wright tops that list with 20 wins to his credit.

A quick overview of the current top 15 in tour standings heading into the Spring Nationals shows Rico Abreu leading the way. Running a varied schedule of 410cid and 360cid events in 2014, the California driver will stick to his home state as the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour heads to Texas.

Christopher Bell holds second after earning a pair of podiums in the season opener aboard the Brandon Berryman owned No. 31b. Brian Brown, who topped the 2013 Winter Nationals, sits third with Roger Crockett fourth. With limited funding, Crockett's season will be based primarily around his home state of Oregon. Jason Johnson is the highest running full time tour regular at this point in the Mesilla Valley Transportation No. 41 owned by Stenhouse, Jr. Racing and co-owned by Curb / Agajanian Performance Group.

Running the Buffalo Wild Wings entry when able, non-wing ace Bryan Clauson is currently tied with Johnny Herrera for sixth. Brad Loyet enters the Spring Nationals eighth with Sam Hafertepe, Jr. ninth. The Sunnyvale, Texas driver, is also running a mixed schedule in 2014. Seth Bergman currently holds tenth in the Oil Field Equipment and Manufacturing No. 23 powered by A.S.I. Racing Engines.

Logan Forler, who plans to run a regional/national schedule in 2014, sits eleventh, with 2014 tour Rookie Blake Hahn twelfth in the Griffith Truck and Equipment No. 17. After a rough start to the season that cost Jeff Swindell a full-point provisional, the Tennessee driver is thirteenth in the Heartland Catfish No. 94 with Ohsweken Speedway promoter, Glenn Styres, fourteenth. Returning to full time national competition for the first time since 2012, Matt Covington currently rounds out the top 15 in the T&L Foundry No. 95.

The Spring Nationals also represents the start of the Smiley's Racing Products Lone Star Region's 2014 season. Matt Covington is the defending champion of the region.

The 41st Devil's Bowl Spring Nationals and Matt Clevenger Memorial opens both nights at 6:00 P.M. (CT) with racing set to begin at 8:00 P.M. Pit Gates will open at 2:00 P.M. both nights.

Support Classes for the Spring Nationals will include Limited Modifieds and Modifieds on Friday, March 21 with the Modifieds swapped out for the Racesaver 305 powered by A.S.I. Racing Engines on Saturday, March 22. For more information on the Devil’s Bowl Speedway including directions, lodging, and ticket information log onto http://www.devilsbowl.com or call 972-222-2421.

Past Devil’s Bowl Winners (Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour: Win Totals):

Gary Wright 20, Jason Johnson 10, Wayne Johnson 6, Kevin Ramey 4, Danny Jennings 3, Sammy Swindell 3, Garry Lee Maier 2, Jeff Swindell 2, Johnny Herrera 2, Mike Peters 2, Shane Carson 2, Shane Stewart 2, Terry Gray 2, Travis Rilat 2, Brian Brown-2, Alan Payne, Danny Lasoski, Edd French, Jack Dover, Jake Peters, Kyle Bell, Larry Neighbors, Mike Ward, Sam Hafertepe, Jr., Tim Crawley, Tony Bruce, Jr.

The Series:

Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real

Event:

41st Devil's Bowl Spring Nationals and Matt Clevenger Memorial

When:

Friday, March 21 - Open at 6:00 P.M. / Racing at 8:00 P.M.

Saturday, March 22 - Open at 6:00 P.M. / Racing at 8:00 P.M.

Where:

Devil’s Bowl Speedway 11711 Lawson Rd. Mesquite, TX 75181

Contact Information:

Website: http://www.devilsbowl.com Email: info@devilsbowl.com Phone: 972-222-2421

Event Coverage:

Online audio will be available at http://www.racinboys.com. Live broadcasts are brought to you by Lucas Oil and presented by the McCarthy Auto Group, located in the Kansas City metropolitan area.

Line-ups, finishes, and further updates are provided throughout each race night at http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs and http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs.

Live Timing and scoring is available at most Lucas Oil ASCS events via Race Monitor that is available in the App Store of your Smart Phone or Tablet.

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2014 A-Feature Winner(s): Rico Abreu-2

2014 Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10): 1. Rico Abreu 300; 2. Christopher Bell 284; 3. Brian Brown 265; 4. Roger Crockett 254; 5. Jason Johnson 241; 6. Bryan Clauson 238; 7. Johnny Herrera 238; 8. Brad Loyet 321; 9. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 219; 10. Seth Bergman 218;

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The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, KSE Racing Products, SpeedMart, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

$30,000 purse on tap for West Texas ASCS 305 Region

TULSA, Okla. (March 11, 2014) - A combined $30,000 in total prize money with a potential winner's share of $6,000 is on the line for the West Texas ASCS 305 Region presented by Mesilla Valley Transportation.

Expecting some of the biggest names in ASCS competition, the El Paso Speedway Park in El Paso, Texas begins the weekend on Friday, March 14 with the 305 Smackdown. Saturday, March 15 will see events shift north to the Southern New Mexico Speedway in Las Cruces, N.M.

While the 2014 edition of the 305cid weekend is the first for El Paso, Lorne Wofford added his name to the list of winners in 2013 at the ASCS 305 Sprint Car Shootout in Las Cruces; joining his son Wes Wofford who topped the event in 2011.

John Carney II is the only two-time winner of the New Mexico show, taking the inaugural event in 2010 and 2012.

The El Paso Speedway Park is located 6.5 mile east of Loop 375 off Montana Ave. in El Paso, Texas. Events on Friday, March 14 are scheduled to begin at 6:30 P.M. (MT). A practice will be held on Thursday, March 13 beginning at 6:00 P.M.

The Southern New Mexico Speedway is located 11miles west of Las Cruces, N.M. off I-10, Exit 132 to the south frontage road. Races on Saturday, March 15 are scheduled to kick off at 6:30 P.M. (MT).

An entry fee for drivers is due both days if wanting to compete. Each day is $150.

For more information, or to enter, contact the Speedways at 575-524-7913 or log onto http://www.snmspeedway.com.

The ASCS 305cid division enters its third year of competition. The West Texas 305cid Region presented by MVT will compete 23 times in a bi-weekly scheduled between El Paso and Las Cruces. To keep up-to-date, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

Past Winners: Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, N.M.

2010 Prelim Winner: Bud Kaeding 2010 Champion: John Carney II

2011 Prelim Winner: Jeff Swindell 2011 Champion: Wes Wofford

2012 Prelim Winner: Johnny Herrera 2012 Champion: John Carney II

2013 Prelim Winner: Christopher Bell 2013 Champion: Lorne Wofford

 

 

ASCS Southwest Region continues at Arizona Speedway

TULSA, Okla. (March 7, 2014) - The Hose Advantage Store Southwest Region picks up competition at the Arizona Speedway in Queen Creek, Ariz. on Saturday, March 15. Slated to be a National/Regional combination, the event was scaled back to a regional event.

Kicking off the region's seventh season of competition with the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real at the Cocopah Speedway, Logan Forler has taken the early points advantage going into the Saturday event.

Staying closer to home in 2014, Forler holds an advantage of 30 over Bob Ream, Jr.

Running a mixture of ASCS National and Regional events in 2014, New Mexico's James Mosher holds third after the two nights of racing with Ryan Linder and defending champion Rick Ziehl completing the top five after an engine failure sidelined the Lucas Oil No. 20z in the region's opening weekend.

The March 15 date marks the first of five visits to the Arizona oval. First appearing on the Southwest Regional lineup in 2012, the series has visited four times with three different winners. Rick Ziehl grabbed the region's inaugural victory on September 29, 2012. Ziehl raced to his second win at the one-third mile oval in 2013 with Lorne Wofford and Logan Forler also grabbing wins.

March 15 will see events getting underway at 7:00 P.M. (MT) with Pure Stocks and Bombers completing the card. For more information on the Arizona Speedway log onto http://www.arizonaspeedway.net or call 480-926-6688.

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Arizona Speedway - ASCS Southwest Region Winners:

9/29/2012 - Rick Ziehl

3/30/2013 - Lorne Wofford

7/6/2013 - Rick Ziehl

10/5/2013 - Logan Forler

 

 

ASCS Gulf South kicks off in Beaumont and Baytown

TULSA, Okla. (March 7, 2014) - The 13th year of racing for the Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region kicks off with a double-header with the points chase beginning Friday, March 14 at the Golden Triangle Raceway Park in Beaumont, Texas followed by a stop at the Royal Purple Raceway in Baytown, Texas on Saturday, March 15.

Ray Allen Kulhanek enters as the defending champion of the regional series, edging out Aaron Reutzel by 13 markers for his fourth consecutive, and fifth overall title since 2005.

With the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour off until the Devil's Bowl Speedway's 41st Spring Nationals on March 21 and 22, several drivers of the National Tour including Aaron Reutzel, Matt Covington, and Seth Bergman are expected to be on hand with hopes of snagging the combined $5,000 winners pay for the weekend.

Friday, March 14 at the Golden Triangle Raceway Park is scheduled to begin at 7:45 P.M. For more information on the Golden Triangle Raceway Park, log onto http://www.gtrpbmt.com.

Saturday, March 15 events at the Royal Purple Raceway are presented by Coushatta Casino Resorts and begin at 7:00 P.M. with Hot Laps. For more information on the Royal Purple Raceway, log onto http://www.royalpurpleraceway.com.

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

ASCS Gulf South - Past Champions: Ray Allen Kulhanek (2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, and 2005), Aaron Reutzel (2009), Brandon Berryman (2008 and 2007), Gary Watson (2006), Jerry Bell (2004), Kelly Angelette (2003 and 2002)

 

 

Texas Motor Speedway and Lucas Oil ASCS Confirm September Double-Header

TULSA, Okla. (March 5, 2014) - Officials with the Texas Motor Speedway Dirt Track and Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real have confirmed their 2014 visit with a first time double-header at the four-tenths mile clay oval.

A part of the Port-a-Cool U.S. Dirt Track Championship for the past two years, the ASCS National Tour along with the Smiley's Racing Products Lone Star Region and American Bank of Oklahoma Sooner Region will join the all-star weekend, which includes a who's who of Open Wheel Modifieds, on Friday, September 12 and Saturday, September 13.

"We really enjoy being a part of the Texas Motors Speedway Dirt Track and are very happy to see our visit become a two day event. We can't thank everyone involved enough for making this weekend a reality for our drivers and fans," commented ASCS National Director, Matt Ward. "Being associated with the event is great for the series and the sport. It brings notoriety to what we do."

Other event details including ticket prices and start times will be released in the coming weeks.

Becoming a part of the Port-a-Cool U.S. Dirt Track Championship in 2012, Jason Johnson stands as the defending champion of the Sprint Car portion of the event in as many years. The Stenhouse, Jr. Racing / Curb-Agajanian No. 41 currently holds fifth in National Tour standings following the 2104 season opener at the Cocopah Speedway in Somerton, Ariz.

For continued updates and information regarding the American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

Quick Facts:

Series:

Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real Smiley's Racing Products Lone Star Region American Bank of Okla. Sooner Region

Where:

Texas Motor Speedway Dirt Track

When:

Friday, September 12, 2014 Saturday, September 13, 2014

Contact Information:

Address: 3545 Lone Star Circle Ft. Worth, Texas 76177 Phone #: (817) 215-8500 Website: http://www.texasmotorspeedway.com

Past Winner(s):

Jason Johnson (9/15/2012, 9/12/2013)

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, KSE Racing Products, SpeedMart, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

ASCS 305 readying for Southwest Showdown

TULSA, Okla (March 4, 2014) - The West Texas ASCS 305cid Region presented by MVT is expecting some big names on March 14 and 15. Offering a pair of $3,000 to win, $400 to start night's of racing, it's safe to say that the attention of many has been peaked.

The 305 Smackdown on Friday, March 14 at the El Paso Speedway Park will kick things off with the 305 Shootout at the Southern New Mexico Speedway on Saturday, March 15.

A two-day event in Las Cruces, N.M. in the past, the event originally offered $1,000 to win on Friday night and $5,000 to win on Saturday.

Still offering $6,000 to win for a weekend sweep, the switch to include the El Paso Speedway Park in El Paso, Texas mirrors what the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real will see when the National Tour visits in November.

Previous winners of the two-day New Mexico event will be on hand to defend their home turf. John Carney II, Lorne Wofford, and Wes Wofford have denied some of the biggest names in Sprint Car racing the big payday.

This year, the likes of Jason Johnson, Jeff Swindell, Johnny Herrera, and Danny Lasoski will be on hand in hopes to taking home the winner's check.

The El Paso Speedway Park is located 6.5 mile east of Loop 375 off Montana Ave. in El Paso, Texas. Events on Friday, March 14 are scheduled to begin at 6:30 P.M. (MT). A practice will be held on Thursday, March 13 beginning at 6:00 P.M.

The Southern New Mexico Speedway is located 11miles west of Las Cruces, N.M. off I-10, Exit 132 to the south frontage road. Races on Saturday, March 15 are scheduled to kick off at 6:30 P.M. (MT).

An entry fee for drivers is due both days if wanting to compete. Each day is $150.

For more information, or to enter, contact the Speedways at 575-524-7913 or log onto http://www.snmspeedway.com.

The ASCS 305cid division enters its third year of competition. The West Texas 305cid Region presented by MVT will compete 23 times in a bi-weekly scheduled between El Paso and Las Cruces. To keep up-to-date, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

 

 

Lucas Oil ASCS: Weekend Rewind

TULSA, Okla. (March 3, 2014) - With the 2014 Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour opening its 23rd year of competition this past weekend, a review of some of the points of interest is in order, and kicks off the first edition of the Weekend Rewind.

• Rico Abreu: It goes without saying that Rico should top the list of points of interest. The California shoe came out swinging to pick up his first Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour win on Friday night, only to back in up with Saturday's $10,000 check. Paired with Paul Silva, the duo will be tough to beat no matter where they land.

• Christopher Bell: Leading until contact with the wall on Lap 27, Christopher Bell's weekend saw back-to-back runner up finishes, making three appearances on the steps in four visits to the Cocopah Speedway.

• Good Turn Out: 39 cars on Friday night grew to 42 on Saturday. Danny Lasoski planned on running both nights, but problems with his truck sidelined "The Dude" in New Mexico on Friday. Ohio's Greg Wilson made the trek for Saturday's event along with Arizona's Mike Rux, Jr.

• Engine Woes: Several drivers suffered engine problems over the weekend. Jason Johnson suffered a damaged Exhaust Valve during Hot Laps on Friday night. Wayne Johnson saw an engine go up in smoke while leading a B-Feature on Saturday. Mason Moore went through two power plants; the second going up while running third in Saturday's $10,000 to win feature event.

• The Weather: If you ask anyone who has grown up in the desert southwest of the United States, they will tell you that the weather is never what the news predicts. When racing began Friday night, the chance of rain was 70 percent. Not a drop was felt. Enter Saturday and the chance of rain is 10 percent and the show is delayed for nearly two hours.

• Fanfest: The Cocopah Speedway, under the direction of Greg Burgess, is one of the few tracks that host Fanfest. The Thursday event was quite the success with fifteen drivers greeting a crowd of eager fans plus live music, plenty of cold drinks, and fresh food.

• No Flips: To the delight of everyone, no one got upside down over the two day event.

• MAVTV: The Lucas Oil backed channel was on hand this past weekend with Dave Argabright and Randy Ward checking in with drivers throughout the weekend.

• Buffalo Wild Wings: Giving several drivers a chance behind the wheel in 2013, the Buffalo Wild Wings team brought two cars to the Cocopah Speedway with Sam Hafertepe, Jr. in the No. 82 and Non-Wing's brightest start, Bryan Clauson in the No. 82c. Hafertepe set the track's fastest time for the ASCS style engine at 14.803 seconds. Clauson picked up his first top-five against the National Tour.

• Hard Charger: Truck troubles didn't slow down Danny Lasoski as the Missouri shoe advanced from sixteenth to grab fourth on the final lap on Saturday night.

• Final Point: This is more of a thank you than a point. When it comes to the clay in the desert, a little rain can ruin everything. The adobe surface is hard to massage back into race condition, but Greg Burgess and crew were able to pull it off and provide two grooves for drivers to utilize.

The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real goes into rounds three and four on March 21 and 22 at the 41st Spring Nationals at the Devil's Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, Texas. Shortened to a single day affair in 2013, Kyle Bellm is the reigning champion of the Spring Nationals.

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, KSE Racing Products, SpeedMart, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Rico Abreu Pockets $10,000 with Lucas Oil ASCS at Cocopah

SOMERTON, Ariz. (March 1, 2014) - It didn't take long for Rico Abreu to become a repeat winner with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real. Staging the Abreu Vineyards No. 24 third in the night's Protect the Harvest A-Feature, the Rutherford, Calif. driver worked past race long leader Christopher Bell on Lap 27 to pocket $10,000 at the Cocopah Speedway in Yuma, Ariz.

Staying true to form, the desert's ten-percent chance of rain yielded a nearly two hour delay in the start of Saturday's Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real events, but produced a nearly perfect racing surface as the cushion worked to within inches of the wall.

Taking off from the pole, Bell worked into slower traffic on Lap 7. Giving Abreu the chance to close the gap, he would be unable to mount a charge as the Berryman Motorsports No. 31B slipped quickly through the back markers.

Putting several slower cars between he and Abreu, the caution displayed for third running Mason Moore on Lap 15 to bring the field to a single file restart. With a pair of lapped cars between Christopher and Rico, the difference opened quickly as Bell stuck to the cushion before finally skipping through the high line and tagging the wall on Lap 26.

"The track just got so finesse there at the end, it was just right around the wall and it was really demanding on the cushion," commented Abreu of track conditions. "Bell just made that one mistake and I was right there, so I just raced my own race and when I got to traffic I was just sliding guys, you know really grinding my tires. It was tough driving by those lappers when they were running side-by-side but other than that, Paul Silva gave me a great racecar."

Running Abreu down after slapping the wall, Bell pulled to within two car lengths but would have to settle for the second podium step.

"I just didn't get the job done those last five laps. I kept running in a little high into one and ended up pushing the nose into the fence," said a frustrated Christopher Bell. "I just have to say hats off to my crew, they did an awesome job working the rain and stuff, and we got an awesome racetrack."

After the caution waved at the midway point, the third spot fell into the hands of Brian Brown.

Challenged by Bryan Clauson on several occasions after the restart, Brown was able to hold onto the final podium step, "We just weren't good enough this weekend and honestly, we just got beat by some better cars. Congrats to Rico on both nights and Christopher Bell ran good both nights and really there were three or four guys that were really good. We were better than we were last time we were here, so hopefully when we come back here in November, we'll be a little bit better."

Danny Lasoski worked to fourth from sixteenth with the pass on Clauson on the final lap to earn the KSE Hard Charger of the Night. Clauson's fifth place finish is his first top-five in series history.

Jason Johnson crossed sixth with Roger Crockett seventh. Johnny Herrera, Sam Hafertepe, Jr., and fourteenth starting Seth Bergman completed the top five.

Five SpeedMart Heat Races were contested with Bryan Clauson, Mason Moore, Jason Johnson, Brandon Hahn, and Craig Stidham earning wins. Smiley's Racing Products B-Features went to Logan Forler and James Mosher.

The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real competes next at the Devil's Bowl Speedway on March 21 and 22 with the 41st Spring Nationals. Complete news, results, and schedule for the American Sprint Car Series can be found at http://www.ascsracing.com

Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real Cocopah Cup Challenge II - Night 2 Cocopah Speedway - Somerton, Ariz. Saturday, March 1, 2014

Car Count: 42

Heat Races presented by SpeedMart - 8 Laps, winners plus top 7 in passing points to A-Feature.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 82C-Bryan Clauson[2]; 2. 0-Glenn Styres[4]; 3. 17W-Cole Wood[1]; 4. 05-Brad Loyet[8]; 5. 17-Blake Hahn[6]; 6. 94-Jeff Swindell[5]; 7. 9R-Reece Goetz[7]; 8. 22X-Mike Rux Jr[3]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 22-Mason Moore[2]; 2. 23-Seth Bergman[3]; 3. 01-Kaylene Verville[1]; 4. 8-Bob Ream Jr[4]; 5. 57X-James Aragon[5]; 6. 9-Ryan Linder[7]; 7. 9P-Parker Price-Miller[6]; 8. 90-Lance Norick[8]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 41-Jason Johnson[6]; 2. 45X-Johnny Herrera[7]; 3. 4X-Shawn Petersen[2]; 4. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[3]; 5. 33V-Henry VanDam[5]; 6. 94M-Nick Parker[8]; 7. (DNF) 20Z-Rick Ziehl[1]; DNS 23N-Travis Jacobson

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 29-Brandon Hahn[1]; 2. 33L-Danny Lasoski[2]; 3. 95-Matt Covington[5]; 4. 77X-Wayne Johnson[4]; 5. 12-James Mosher[7]; 6. 41W-Joshua Williams[6]; 7. (DNF) 33-Rick Eckert[3]

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 3-Craig Stidham[4]; 2. 82-Sam Hafertepe Jr[6]; 3. W20-Greg Wilson[3]; 4. 2L-Logan Forler[5]; 5. 11W-Joe Wood Jr[1]; 6. 87-Aaron Reutzel[7]; DNS 8AZ-Jordan Stetson

Smiley's Racing Products B-Features - Top 3 advance to the A-Feature.

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 2L-Logan Forler[2]; 2. W20-Greg Wilson[1]; 3. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[5]; 4. 8-Bob Ream Jr[4]; 5. 9-Ryan Linder[7]; 6. 01-Kaylene Verville[3]; 7. 9R-Reece Goetz[10]; 8. 57X-James Aragon[6]; 9. 94M-Nick Parker[8]; 10. (DNF) 87-Aaron Reutzel[9]; 11. (DNF) 33-Rick Eckert[11]; DNS 20Z-Rick Ziehl; DNS 8AZ-Jordan Stetson

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 12-James Mosher[3]; 2. 17-Blake Hahn[5]; 3. 17W-Cole Wood[2]; 4. 94-Jeff Swindell[9]; 5. 4X-Shawn Petersen[1]; 6. 33V-Henry VanDam[6]; 7. 11W-Joe Wood Jr[7]; 8. 9P-Parker Price-Miller[10]; 9. 41W-Joshua Williams[8]; 10. (DNF) 77X-Wayne Johnson[4]; DNS 90-Lance Norick; DNS 22X-Mike Rux Jr; DNS 23N-Travis Jacobson

Protect the Harvest A-Feature - 30 laps, $10,000 to win.

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 24-Rico Abreu[3]; 2. 31B-Christopher Bell[1]; 3. 21-Brian Brown[7]; 4. 33L-Danny Lasoski[16]; 5. 82C-Bryan Clauson[8]; 6. 41-Jason Johnson[5]; 7. 11-Roger Crockett[4]; 8. 45X-Johnny Herrera[6]; 9. 82-Sam Hafertepe Jr[11]; 10. 23-Seth Bergman[14]; 11. 3-Craig Stidham[9]; 12. 05-Brad Loyet[13]; 13. 17-Blake Hahn[20]; 14. 2L-Logan Forler[17]; 15. 0-Glenn Styres[10]; 16. 95-Matt Covington[15]; 17. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[21]; 18. 29-Brandon Hahn[12]; 19. 17W-Cole Wood[22]; 20. W20-Greg Wilson[19]; 21. 9R-Reece Goetz[24]; 22. 94-Jeff Swindell[23]; 23. 12-James Mosher[18]; 24. (DNF) 22-Mason Moore[2]; 25. (DNF) 87-Aaron Reutzel[25]

Lap Leader(s): Christopher Bell (1-26), Rico Abreu (27-30) KSE Hard Charger: Danny Lasoski +12 Hawk Performance Fastest Lap: Brian Brown - 15.667 seconds CSI Rebound: Mason Moore Provisional(s): Jeff Swindell (P1), Aaron Retuzel (PP), Reece Gotez (PP)

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2014 A-Feature Winner(s): Rico Abreu-2

2014 Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10): 1. Rico Abreu 300; 2. Christopher Bell 284; 3. Brian Brown 265; 4. Roger Crockett 254; 5. Jason Johnson 241; 6. Bryan Clauson 238; 7. Johnny Herrera 238; 8. Brad Loyet 321; 9. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 219; 10. Seth Bergman 218;

 

 

 

 

Rico Abreu earns first Lucas Oil ASCS victory in 2014 season opener

SOMERTON, Ariz. (February 28, 2014) - With lightning dancing across the desert floor and the smell of rain thick in the air, Rico Abreu stood atop the podium for the first time with Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real, picking up the 2014 season opener at the Cocopah Speedway in only his second career A-Feature start with the national arm of the American Sprint Car Series.

"This is incredible," said Abreu about his $3,000 payday.

Leading from the drop of the green, the Rutherford, Cali. driver set the pace until Lap 18. Surrendering the lead in traffic, fifth starting Roger Crockett found the rubber and a clear groove, assuming the point and pulling away but would ultimately end up third. Working to the white flag, Abreu followed Roger Crockett across the stripe. Sliding off the bottom groove entering turn one for the final time, Crockett sat helpless with the car sliding across the racing surface.

With tires spinning through the second turn, Abreu raced by the Rocket Designs No. 11 with Crockett appearing to have more problems as the checkered flag fell; surrendering second to Christopher Bell at the line.

"I though he missed it. The bottom was really clean around one-and-two, and I thought he just missed it, but he thought the race was over," said Abreu. "They throw that crossed flag before they throw the white. I just watched him. I didn't know what was going on and snuck by him on the back stretch and made sure I hit my marks at the end."

Asked if he knew Bell was closing in to challenge before the races lone caution on Lap 5 Abreu replied, "I knew he was going to be up top so I took the top there after the caution and just tried to keep my car as straight as I could. It was a really slick track; hard to keep your tires underneath you, but the farther I got my wing back the better I was."

The series 137th winner, Abreu crossed 1.197 seconds ahead of Christopher Bell.

"We had a really good racecar tonight," said Bell who graced the controls of the Brandon Berryman owned No. 31B.

"There before the yellow, I was kinda reeling Rico in and when I saw Paul Silva in the track opening down there in turn three saying go to the top, then Rico got real good at the top of one and two and it was just so slow to have to run the bottom."

Following the race, it was discovered that Bell was able to finish despite the right-front torsion bar and arm missing from the Baytown Ford No. 31B.

Even with everything happening on the final lap, Crockett still finds himself locked into Saturday's $10,000 to win event with a third place showing.

Passing for fourth on Lap 8 after starting tenth, Brian Brown nearly missed the final transfer into Saturday's A-Feature.

Working by the Casey's General Store / FVP No. 21 with four laps to run, Brad Loyet worked to keep Brown at bay in the closing laps. Going side-by-side off the final turn, the pair crossed under the checkered flag wheel-to-wheel with Brown crossing 0.016 seconds to the good over Loyet.

Loyet complete the top five with Johnny Herrera slipping back to sixth. Jason Johnson started eighth and worked as high as fifth before crossing seventh with Logan Forler eighth. Indiana's Bryan Clauson crossed ninth in his third Lucas Oil ASCS A-Feature for his second top ten. Wayne Johnson slipped from seventh to complete the top ten.

SpeedMart Heat Races were won by Jason Johnson, Christopher Bell, Rico Abreu, Wayne Johnson, and Brad Loyet. Smiley's Racing Products B-Features saw Tony Bruce, Jr. and Aaron Reutzel taking the top spots.

The second night of the 2014 Lucas Oil ASCS Season Opener at the Cocopah Speedway takes place on Saturday, March 1 with races beginning at 7:00 P.M. (MT). For news, updates, and information log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presetned by MAVTV American Real Cocopah Cup Challenge II - Round 1 Cocopah Speedway - Somerton, Ariz. Friday, February 28, 2014

Car Count: 39

Heat Races presented by SpeedMart - 8 Laps, top 16 in passing points to A-Feature, Top 8 redraw.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 41-Jason Johnson[6]; 2. 82-Sam Hafertepe Jr[2]; 3. 9-Ryan Linder[1]; 4. 94-Jeff Swindell[5]; 5. 11W-Joe Wood Jr[8]; 6. 41W-Joshua Williams[3]; 7. 01-Kaylene Verville[4]; 8. 94M-Nick Parker[7]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 31B-Christopher Bell[1]; 2. 2L-Logan Forler[3]; 3. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 4. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[4]; 5. 3-Craig Stidham[7]; 6. 90-Lance Norick[6]; 7. 9P-Parker Price-Miller[8]; 8. 33-Rick Eckert[5]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 24-Rico Abreu[3]; 2. 21-Brian Brown[2]; 3. 11-Roger Crockett[8]; 4. 0-Glenn Styres[6]; 5. 33V-Henry VanDam[1]; 6. 12-James Mosher[7]; 7. (DNF) 23N-Travis Jacobson[4]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 77X-Wayne Johnson[1]; 2. 23-Seth Bergman[2]; 3. 45X-Johnny Herrera[5]; 4. 82C-Bryan Clauson[6]; 5. 87-Aaron Reutzel[7]; 6. 29-Brandon Hahn[3]; 7. 8-Bob Ream Jr[8]; 8. (DNF) 22-Mason Moore[4]

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 05-Brad Loyet[4]; 2. 17-Blake Hahn[2]; 3. 9R-Reece Goetz[3]; 4. 20Z-Rick Ziehl[6]; 5. 57X-James Aragon[1]; 6. 8AZ-Jordan Stetson[5]; 7. 4X-Shawn Petersen[7]

Smiley's Racing Products B-Features - Top 3 advance to the A-Feature.

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[4]; 2. 94-Jeff Swindell[2]; 3. 9R-Reece Goetz[1]; 4. 3-Craig Stidham[3]; 5. 17W-Cole Wood[6]; 6. 41W-Joshua Williams[8]; 7. 9P-Parker Price-Miller[7]; 8. 12-James Mosher[9]; 9. 01-Kaylene Verville[10]; 10. 57X-James Aragon[5]; 11. 33-Rick Eckert[11]; DNS 22-Mason Moore

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 87-Aaron Reutzel[3]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 3. 33V-Henry VanDam[4]; 4. 8-Bob Ream Jr[7]; 5. 29-Brandon Hahn[8]; 6. 9-Ryan Linder[2]; 7. 90-Lance Norick[5]; 8. 4X-Shawn Petersen[9]; 9. 94M-Nick Parker[10]; 10. 8AZ-Jordan Stetson[6]; DNS 23N-Travis Jacobson

Protect the Harvest A-Feature - Top 4 lock into Saturday's A-Feature.

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 24-Rico Abreu[1]; 2. 31B-Christopher Bell[3]; 3. 11-Roger Crockett[5]; 4. 21-Brian Brown[10]; 5. 05-Brad Loyet[4]; 6. 45X-Johnny Herrera[2]; 7. 41-Jason Johnson[8]; 8. 2L-Logan Forler[6]; 9. 82C-Bryan Clauson[14]; 10. 77X-Wayne Johnson[7]; 11. 23-Seth Bergman[11]; 12. 82-Sam Hafertepe Jr[9]; 13. 94-Jeff Swindell[19]; 14. 87-Aaron Reutzel[18]; 15. 33V-Henry VanDam[22]; 16. 9R-Reece Goetz[21]; 17. 17-Blake Hahn[12]; 18. 20Z-Rick Ziehl[15]; 19. 0-Glenn Styres[13]; 20. 41W-Joshua Williams[24]; 21. 17W-Cole Wood[23]; 22. (DNF) 11W-Joe Wood Jr[16]; 23. (DNF) 18-Tony Bruce Jr[17]; 24. (DNF) 95-Matt Covington[20]

Lap Leader(s): Rico Abreu (1-17, 25), Roger Crockett (18-24) KSE Hard Charger: Henry Van Dam +7 Hawk Performance Fastest Lap: Rico Abreu - 16.939 seconds CSI Rebound: Matt Covington Provisional(s): Cole Wood (P1), Joshua Williams (PP)

ASCS Frontier Region Reveals 2014 Lineup


TULSA, Okla. (February 25, 2014) - The second season of competition for the ASCS Frontier Region has been revealed with 19 dates in Montana and South Dakota



Spread between four facilities, the northern tour of the ASCS Nation will begin the 2014 campaign on Friday, May 16 and Saturday, May 17 at the Electric City Speedway in Great Falls, Mont. The weekend marks two of the eight scheduled visits on the year.



Billings Motorsports Park just north of Billings, Mont. will play host to the Frontier Region on six occasions with the first coming on Saturday, June 14. Paring with the Billings dates four times, the Gallatin Speedway in Belgrade begins their season with the ASCS Frontier region on Friday, June 13.



The region pairs with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real three times during the month of July. The National Tour will visit the Electric City Speedway on July 11, followed by the Billings Motorsports Park on July 12. The following Saturday, July 18 will be the Region’s lone South Dakota visit to the Black Hills Speedway in Rapid City.



The 2013 season for the Frontier Region saw Phil Dietz taking the region’s inaugural championship.



Overall, the region saw 73 drivers compete in at least one event. The Frontier Region will again be headed by Mike Quigley, who can be reached at 775-790-1408.



To keep up on everything happening with the ASCS Frontier region, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.



2014 ASCS Frontier Regional Schedule



5/16/2014-Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT
5/17/2014-Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT
6/13/2014-Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT
6/14/2014-Billings Motorsports Park - Billings, MT
6/20/2014-Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT
6/21/2014-Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT
7/11/2014-Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT*
7/12/2014-Billings Motorsports Park - Billings, MT*
7/18/2014-Black Hills Speedway - Rapid City, SD*
7/25/2014-Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT
7/26/2014-Billings Motorsports Park - Billings, MT
8/15/2014-Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT
8/16/2014-Billings Motorsports Park - Billings, MT
8/29/2014-Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT
8/30/2014-Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT
8/31/2014-Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT
9/6/2014-Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, MT
9/12/2014-Billings Motorsports Park - Billings, MT
9/13/2014-Billings Motorsports Park - Billings, MT



*Indicates events held in conjunction with the ASCS National Tour



The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.



Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.



Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.



Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.



Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, KSE Racing Products, SpeedMart, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.



Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

KSE Racing to provide nightly Hard Charger Award for Lucas Oil ASCS

TULSA, Okla. (February 24, 2014) - KSE Racing Products has joined forces with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real in 2014 to present the KSE Hard Charger Award.

With the partnership, the nightly Hard Charger in the Protect the Harvest A-Feature will receive $100 in goods and services from KSE Racing Products.

“KSE Racing Products is proud to be onboard for the 2014 ASCS National Tour contingency program for the KSE Hard Charger Award,” said Dan Korrect of the partnership with ASCS.

The industry’s leading manufacture of steering gears, pumps, and wing sliders for the Sprint Cars; KSE Racing Products began in 1978. A product of racers in Northwest Iowa, KSE is now based in Nashville, Tenn. and distributes to over 150 dealers worldwide.

Drivers like Jason Johnson, Tony Bruce, Jr., and Brad Loyet are just a few who rely on KSE Racing Products in their machines. Just naming those three makes KSE the combined winningest manufacture of steering components in 2013 with the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour.

For more information on the products offered by KSE, log onto http://www.kse-racing.com or call 1-800-443-3562.

The Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real season begins February 28 and March 1 at the Cocopah Speedway in Somerton, Ariz. Tickets for the $10,000 to win event are on sale at http://www.cocopahspeedway.com.

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, KSE Racing Products, SpeedMart, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Lucas Oil ASCS season begins with Fanfest

TULSA, Okla. (February 21, 2014) – The 23rd season of competition for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real begins in just under a week’s time at the Cocopah Speedway, just outside Yuma, Ariz.

Before the business of points, money, and glory can commence, the party must take place with Fanfest at the Cocopah Resort and Casino on Thursday, February 27.

Bringing driver and machine to the fans, this year’s Fanfest will begin at 6:00 P.M. (MT) in front of the Resort and Casino and will include music, food, and a meet and greet with the drivers of the ASCS Nation. The event is free to all who want to attend.

The Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour along with the ASCS Southwest Region kicks off their season Friday, February 28 and Saturday, March 1 at the Cocopah Speedway with the second installment of the Cocopah Cup Challenge. Tickets for the two-day event are on sale now at http://www.cocopahspeedway.com.

Both nights of competition at the Cocopah Speedway begin at 7:00 P.M. with grandstands opening at 4:00 P.M. Tickets are on sale now at http://www.cocopahspeedway.com or by calling 928-344-1563.

The Series:

Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real

When and Where:

Cocopah Speedway

County 15th & US 95

Somerton, AZ 85350

Thursday, February 27 – Fanfest, free at the Cocopah Casino at 6:00 P.M.

Friday, February 28 - Gates Open at 4:00 P.M. (MT) / Racing at 7:00 P.M.

Saturday, March 1 - Gates Open at 4:00 P.M. (MT) / Racing at 7:00 P.M.

Pit Gates open at 2:00 P.M. both days.

Admission Prices:

Adults - $20.00

Senior/Military - $18.00

Junior - $5.00

Skybox - $30.00

Pit pass - $30.00

Contact Information:

Website: http://www.cocopahspeedway.com

Email: info@cocopahspeedway.com

Phone: 928-344-1563

Series History: Cocopah Speedway

The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real has visited the Cocopah Speedway six times beginning in 2012. Three drivers have earned National Tour wins at the three-eighths mile oval. Past Winners: Dustin Morgan (3/9/12), Danny Wood (3/10/12), Jason Johnson (3/1/13, 3/2/13, 11/8/2013, and 11/9/2013)

Event Coverage:

Online audio will be available both nights at http://www.racinboys.com. Live broadcasts are brought to you by Lucas Oil and presented by the McCarthy Auto Group, located in the Kansas City metropolitan area.

Line-ups, finishes, and further updates are provided throughout each race night at http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs and http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs.

Live Timing and scoring is available at most Lucas Oil ASCS events via Race Monitor which is available in the App Store of your Smart Phone or Tablet.

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Recap - 2013 “A” Feature Winners: Jason Johnson-10, Jeff Swindell-5, Johnny Herrera-4, Roger Crockett-3, Brian Brown-4, Danny Lasoski-3, Logan Forler-2, Brad Loyet-2, Tony Bruce, Jr.-2, Sammy Swindell-2, Kyle Bellm, Jack Dover, Seth Bergman, Jonathan Cornell, Travis Rilat, Justin Henderson, Shane Stewart, Tim Crawley, Anthony Nicholson, Christopher Bell, David Gravel

Recap - Final 2013 Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10) 1.Jason Johnson 5,363; 2.Johnny Herrera 5,251; 3.Jeff Swindell 5,061; 4.Brad Loyet 5,006; 5.Tony Bruce, Jr. 4,964; 6.Logan Forler 4,868; 7.Seth Bergman 4,700; 8.Dustin Morgan 4,410; 9.Cole Wood 4,137; 10. Brandon Hahn 3,484;

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, Speedmart, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

James Mosher part-time for now with Lucas Oil ASCS

TULSA, Okla. (February 18, 2014) - If anyone understands the effects of the economy on racing, James Mosher knows all too well.

"In 2005, we moved to Brownsburg to be in the center of racing. Our aspirations were to run the full Outlaw schedule and run with the All-Stars to get more seat time, but the economy took a turn in 2007. First and foremost is business so we pull up stakes, if you will, and came back to Albuquerque to put the business back together."

The managing partner of Consolidated Solar Technologies with his Father, the Albuquerque shoe began working back into Sprint Car racing in 2013, hitting eight ASCS Regional and National events starting in August at the Abilene Speedway with the Smiley's Racing Products Lone Star Region.

"Just like riding a bicycle," chuckled James when asked about getting back into the car. "I actually think I'm faster now than I used to be because, I hate to say it, I've grown up a little bit and I've learned some patience and I think in racecars, patience is everything."

As a partner in business with an economy that is still rocky at times, Mosher is expectedly on the fence in terms of running part-time or full-time.

"Points are going to be the 100 percent decision maker," said Mosher. "If we're running top five, top seven in points then we're going to take a rear hard look at running the full schedule. If not, we're still going to hit 50-60 races total with some more regional stuff. The plan now is racing the National stuff that's within 12-15 hours from where we are at."

Right now, that will put James with a 20-30 race schedule on the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour.

In terms of his team, James is especially excited that he will be accompanied by his Father, Jerry Mosher, "When I raced with the Outlaws, he didn't really to get to come out with us, and he's quite the racer. He loves Sprint Cars; he calls it is Heroin. I'm really stoked to be able to race with my Dad."

Other crew members include Tom Styre, who works with James at C.S.T. as well as Wyatt Wood.

News and information on James Mosher can be found on Facebook and Twitter (@mosher12m).

The Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real season begins February 28 and March 1 at the Cocopah Speedway in Somerton, Ariz. Tickets for the $10,000 to win event are on sale at http://www.cocopahspeedway.com.

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, Speedmart, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Brian Brown among strong list of ASCS part timers in 2014

TULSA, Okla. (February 18, 2014) - While most take notice of full time Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour drivers like Jason Johnson, Tony Bruce, Jr., and Jeff Swindell; fans and drivers alike stand at attention when the FVP/Casey's General Store No. 21 of Brian Brown rolls into the pits.

Starting his season at the Cocopah Speedway on February 28, Brown's 2014 lineup shows a schedule of 20-25 Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real events.

"The National Tour has always been a marquee series across the country, and when you show up to those races, you better have your "I's" dotted and your "T's crossed," commented Brown on his competing with the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour. "You better be prepared to go out and put your best foot forward and compete because if you don't, you're going to go home with your tail between your legs; maybe not even making the show."

Running a mixture of sanctioning bodies and engine combinations, Brown will again be a force in 410cid and 360cid competition.

Asked if he feels that makes him more versatile behind the wheel, Brown explained that he feels it does help and went on to say, "I think the cool part about our schedule is one night we may be with the World of Outlaws, and one night with ASCS National Tour, and maybe the next night with the ASCS Warrior Region. I think that just makes it fun to see how you stack up against different types of drivers, based on 410 and 360, and we've had some success in the past and I think it does make us more versatile when it comes to going to a track for the first time; or something like that."

Bringing up his Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour record, which ranks among the tour's best in terms of consistency with 75.37 percent of A-Feature finishes inside the top-10, Brown was quick to point out that the driver is the name that people see at the end of the day, but it's everyone, and everything supporting that driver that needs to get credit.

"With stats like that, the driver is the one that obviously gets a lot of the credit, but the crew — the team you have behind you, all you supports, and your partnerships those are the ones that really make those records happen so, at the end of the day — it's going to say Brian Brown, but it should have an asterisk and list all the people who help you get to that point."

Making minimal changes to the car during the off-season, Brown said the main core of the team in regards to chassis, engines, and other manufactures was for the most part unchanged. The biggest change over the winter was the addition of Ohio Sprint Car driver, Beau Stewart to the crew.

With the success that Brown has amassed over the years, he still takes time to refer to the expertise of his Uncle, Danny Lasoski. "I speak to him on a weekly basis. To me, when you've got that wealth of knowledge and experience at your disposal, it would be crazy not to use that."

Overall in 2013, Brian Brown was the highest finishing part-time driver; ending up eleventh in National points.

In 2013, Brown made the call in 18 Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real A-Features, resulting in four wins at the Tucson International Raceway (February 22, 2013), Southern Iowa Speedway's Front Row Challenge (August 5, 2013), Jackson Speedway (August 31, 2013), the Devil's Bowl Winter Nationals (October 19, 2013).

News and information, including the 2014 tentative lineup, on Brian Brown can be found online at http://www.brianbrownracing.com as well as Facebook and Twitter (@BrianBrown21). Press about Brian Brown is provided by Bill Wright. To sign up for direct email from Bill W. News and Media, email sprntcar@hotmail.com with "Add to Brian Brown Mailing List" in the subject line.

The 2014 Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real season begins February 28 and March 1 at the Cocopah Speedway in Somerton, Ariz. Tickets for the $10,000 to win event are on sale at http://www.cocopahspeedway.com.

2013 ASCS (Regional/National/Other) Record: Events: 18: Wins - 4, Top 5 - 13, Top 10 - 17

Overall ASCS National Tour Record: A-Feature Starts: 134: Wins - 10, Top 5 - 66, Top 10 - 101

ASCS National Win Summary:

8/3/2005, I-80 Speedway at Nebraska Raceway Park, Greenwood, NE 7/3/2006, Missouri State Fair Speedway, Sedalia, MO 9/30/2006, Lucas Oil Speedway, Wheatland, MO 10/11/2008, Cowtown Speedway, Kennedale, TX 8/5/2010, Knoxville Raceway, Knoxville, IA 6/16/2012, Devil's Bowl Speedway, Mesquite, TX 2/22/2013, Tucson International Raceway, Tucson, AZ 8/5/2013, Southern Iowa Speedway, Oskaloosa, IA 8/31/2013, Jackson Speedway, Jackson, MN 10/19/2013, Devil's Bowl Speedway, Mesquite, TX

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, Speedmart, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Brandon Hahn returning for 2014 Lucas Oil ASCS Season

TULSA, Okla. (February 17, 2014) - Brandon Hahn’s rookie season with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real was, as the 19 year old driver puts it, “a huge learning experience.”

With his first year on the road behind him, Hahn will again pilot the Protect the Harvest No. 29 for his Father, Steve Hahn.

Having to make several changes while on the road in 2013 as the former Micro driver adapted to racing from track-to-track, Hahn explained that the biggest problem they had was keeping engines alive, “That has to be the biggest change for us right now is with our engines. Last year we had to mixed and match engines, but the guys at Wesmar got us fixed up for this year.”

Bringing up people of influence throughout his first year on the road, Hahn was quick to give thanks to his Father and Grandfather as well as longtime Crew Chief, Jimmy Jones.

“It’s going to be a bummer this year not having [Jimmy] Jones on the since Dustin [Morgan] isn’t planning to run the full tour, as of now anyway, but it’s always helpful to just listen; even to what other drivers have to say.”

Making every event in 2013, Hahn was only able to start in 27 A-Features. Asked about his goals for the coming season, Hahn replied, “My goal going to the racetrack every night is to make the A-Feature first, and then go from there and try to get a solid finish with my car in one piece, but I think we can go out there and be better prepared this year.”

Aside from the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour, Brandon does have plans to running several ASCS Regional, as well as NCRA events.

News and information on Brandon Hahn can be found online at http://www.brandonhahnracing.com as well as on Facebook. Publications on Hahn are provided by Shawn Miller's Inside Line Promotions. To receive the event newsletters, email sprintcarreporter@yahoo.com with “Brandon Hahn News” in the subject line.

Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real competition kicks off February 28 and March 1 at the Cocopah Speedway in Somerton, Ariz. Tickets for the $10,000 to win event are on sale at http://www.cocopahspeedway.com.

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, Speedmart, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Inside Line Promotions looks to help ASCS driver in 2014

TULSA, Okla. (February 13, 2014) Just in time for Valentine's Day, Shawn Miller's Inside Line Promotions will give some love to various drivers during the course of the 2014 season with the ASCS Nation.

Picking one section of the American Sprint Car Series between March and November, Shawn Miller will choose one driver from each facet of the 360cid regions to receive four free press releases to recap that driver's performance. "I think this is a good way of promoting my business while giving back to a company like ASCS that has been so good to me the past few years," said Miller of the decision to incorporate the entire realm of ASCS.

The monthly schedule of regions will go as follows:

• March – National • April – Gulf South Region • May – Warrior Region • June – Sooner Region • July – Frontier Region • August – Northwest Region • September – Midwest Region • October – Lone Star Region • November – Southwest Region

Asked to shed light as to why the regions were picked in this order, Miller responded, "I picked regions based on the months it looked like there would be enough racing in that area. Also, a couple of those regions toward the end of the season will be wrapping up that month so it’d be a good opportunity for drivers going after/winning a championship."

"Seeing what Shawn does for our drivers already, it's nice to see him doing this for drivers that may have never thought about promoting what they do," commented ASCS director, Matt Ward. "We have so many drivers that run ASCS; it's hard to cover them all so I feel like having a company like Inside Line is important."

A dozen drivers in the American Sprint Car Series already utilize the series preferred partner for driver news and media. For more information about the services offered by Inside Line Promotions, log onto http://www.insidelinepromotions.com or call 541-510-3663.

The 2014 Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real season begins February 28 and March 1 at the Cocopah Speedway in Somerton, Ariz. Tickets for the $10,000 to win event are on sale at http://www.cocopahspeedway.com.

2014 marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, Speedmart, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Aaron Reutzel hopeful in 2014 Lucas Oil ASCS Return

TULSA, Okla. (February 14, 2014) - Aaron Reutzel last competed full time with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real in 2011. Earning the Brodix Rookie of the Year, a shoestring budget put the Clute, Texas driver back on a regional schedule in 2012 after starting the season with the National Tour.

"In 2011, that was the year we made Short Track, and for 2012, I thought we were going to have a good year, but we had a couple sponsors back out on us, so we didn't get to finish the full year."

Since returning to a regional schedule that focused on the Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region in 2012, Reutzel has picked off 8 wins along with 26 top five, and 30 top-ten finishes in 37 A-Feature starts.

"Whenever I got off the National Tour, I was definitely 10-times better than I had ever been," reflected Reutzel of the past two years. "After I ran the National Tour, racing was a totally different pace. Before, running all the regional stuff, you didn't have to drive so hard and aggressive."

Teaming with Bob and Christy Miller of El Paso, Texas as well as Lone Star Hydro and Maintenance, Aaron feels confident in being able to complete the full season, but still realizes that the budget may not be enough, "We're definitely going to start it, and run the first half, but if we go through a bunch of equipment and engines we might not be able to finish it."

Beyond have a competitive season; Aaron's biggest goal is to earn a National Tour win, "I've been so close, so many times and either had a parts failure, or was green and just made mistakes so I want to get that out of the way so I can stop thinking about it."

Asked what his overall season will look in terms of schedule, Aaron is pushing for a possible 80 race lineup comprised of ASCS National and Regional events as well as non-wing, 360cid, and 305cid races for other owners.

Talking about his crew for the 2014 season, Ryan Beechler will be full time with Aaron on the road. Teaming with the Reutzel at the end of 2013 at the Cocopah Speedway, the partnership was quickly forged as the two clicked right away.

"I definitely have to thank him [Ryan] because he quit racing so he could go out on the road with me."

Currently recovering from a dislocated shoulder that happened while competing in Arizona in January, Aaron gave no indication that the injury would keep him from the Cocopah Speedway season opening event for the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real as he undergoes physical therapy.

Overall in 2013, Aaron Reutzel competed 47 times between ASCS 360cid, ASCS 305cid, and Non-Wing events.

News and information on Aaron Reutzel can be found online at http://www.aaronreutzelracing.com as well as on Facebook and Twitter. Lonnie Wheatley provides publications regarding Aaron Reutzel. To sign up for news direct, email lonniewheatley@gmail.com.

The 2014 Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real season begins February 28 and March 1 at the Cocopah Speedway in Somerton, Ariz. Tickets for the $10,000 to win event are on sale at http://www.cocopahspeedway.com.

2013 ASCS (Regional/National/Other) Record: Events: 47: Wins - 6, Top 5 - 27, Top 10 - 29

Overall ASCS National Tour Record: A-Feature Starts: 54: Wins - 0, Top 5 - 9, Top 10 - 25

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, Speedmart, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Matt Covington eyes 2014 Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour Return

TULSA, Okla. (February 13, 2014) - Sometimes time away is what's needed. Taking on the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real for the first time in 2010, Covington spliced regional and national events into his schedule for the next two years; picking up two National Tour wins in the process.

The start of the 2012 season, however, was when things changed.

Pulling off the road to regroup his operation following a rough finish in the season's ninth event at the Salina Highbanks Speedway, Covington returned to the Lone Star and Sooner Regions. It paid off with a sweep of the regional titles.

Focusing again on the regions in 2013, Covington repeated his success of a regional sweep.

With crew and cars in place, the 2014 season will see the Oklahoma driver making a return to the national scene. Asked how he feels about returning to the road, Covington's reply was simply, "I'm very excited."

Concerning his goals for the year, the 24-year old driver's goals revolve around self-improvement, "I'm just looking to better myself, like I've been doing and finish in the top five." Highlighting specific points for the year, Covington stated making the A-Features at the Knoxville Nationals as well as the Short Track Nationals, "I didn't do it last year, but I did the year before that and the year before that, so I definitely want to get back on that page."

"We've experimented and for me, it really kinda let me to focus more on dialing in my car," explained Covington when questioned about using his regional success to prepare for his return to the road.

"I remember a couple years ago, especially the first year I ran the National Tour; I didn't know the first thing about setting up a Sprint Car. We didn't have a professional crew chief, you know, it was really just a Father/Son deal trying to figure this thing out so running two years of regional, yeah, it does take some of the pressure off; competition's not quite as stiff and running the same tracks you're used to running. When you do that, it helps you to feel what your car is doing, and helps you figure out what little things you need to do to make it better."

Asked whom Matt is taking on the road with him this year, he will have the help of his Father and younger Brother. "I'm confident in what we can do feel like we're going in the right directions to make a run for the top-five."

Matt Covington's two National Tour wins have come at first time visits to the facilities. The Lone Star Speedway was the sight of his first triumph in Kilgore, Texas on April 9, 2010 when the track was still a half-mile configuration. His second came on November 12, 2011 at the Southern New Mexico Speedway in Las Cruces, N.M.

Covington has five ASCS Regional titles to his credit in the past three years with a trio of titles with the Smiley's Racing Products Lone Star Region plus the past two championships in the American Bank of Oklahoma Sooner Region.

Overall in 2013, Matt Covington entered 46 events with three wins, 18 top five, and 23 top-ten appearances. Covington finished in the top -five on four occasions, including six top tens' with the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real in 2013, in 14 A-Feature starts.

News and information on Matt Covington can be found online at http://www.mattcovingtonracing.com as well as on Facebook and Twitter. Publications on Matt Covington are provided by Petersen Media, Inc. To sign up for news, email sales@petersenmediainc.com with "Matt Covington News" in the subject line.

The 2014 Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real season begins February 28 and March 1 at the Cocopah Speedway in Somerton, Ariz. Tickets for the $10,000 to win event are on sale at http://www.cocopahspeedway.com.

2013 ASCS (Regional/National) Record: Events: 46: Wins - 3, Top 5 - 18, Top 10 - 23

Overall ASCS National Tour Record: A-Feature Starts: 68: Wins - 2, Top 5 - 10, Top 10 - 31

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, Speedmart, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Coming Up: 2014 Lucas Oil ASCS Season Opener

TULSA, Okla. (February 12, 2014) - The 23rd year of racing with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real begins in just over two-weeks at the Cocopah Speedway in Somerton, Ariz.

Bringing back the Cocopah Cup Challenge presented by the Cocopah Resort and Casino and MAVTV for round-two, the season opening weekend will feature a $3,000 to win purse on Friday, February 28 before jumping to $10,000 to win on Saturday, March 1.

"This facility has some of the best owners in the nation. I am really proud to work for such great people. As these purses show they are investing in the sport as well as in their facility, making Cocopah Speedway truly a Diamond in the Desert," said Greg Burgess about the Cocopah Indian Tribe who backs the Cocopah Speedway.

"It's great for our series to have tracks that offer paydays like we see at Cocopah," commented series director, Matt Ward. "Greg Burgess is great to work with and is always great to our drivers and our fans."

Jason Johnson enters the 2014 season as the defending Lucas Oil ASCS National Champion, as well as the winner of the first Cocopah Cup Challenge winner. In doing so, Johnson earned the series largest payday at $25,000 in the 2013 season opener.

The first of 54 scheduled dates on the 2014 season, the Cocopah Cup Challenge will again feature four of those dates with the season wrapping up at the Arizona oval on November 14 and 15 with the Friday show paying $5,000 to win and the Saturday finale doling out $10,000 to the winner as well as a $5,000 bonus if anyone can repeat the success of Jason Johnson in 2013 and sweep the four scheduled dates.

The start of the ASCS National lineup is also the kickoff for the Hose Advantage Store ASCS Southwest Region. After missing the first two races in 2013, Alamogordo, N.M. shoe Lorne Wofford will go for his first title in the Arizona based region. Giving Rick Ziehl some of his strongest competition in 2013, the Las Cruces native has yet to finish off the top of the podium in regional point standings.

The season opener at the Cocopah Speedway will be preceded by Fanfest at the Cocopah Resort and Casino on Thursday, February 27 beginning at 3:00 P.M. (MT). Fans will get the chance to meet the drivers as well as see the cars up close. Music, food, and a press conference will all be a part of the festivities.

Both nights of competition at the Cocopah Speedway begin at 7:00 P.M. with grandstands opening at 4:00 P.M. Tickets are on sale now at http://www.cocopahspeedway.com or by calling 928-344-1563.

The Series:

Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real

When and Where:

Cocopah Speedway

County 15th & US 95

Somerton, AZ 85350

Friday, February 28 - Gates Open at 4:00 P.M. (MT) / Racing at 7:00 P.M.

Saturday, March 1 - Gates Open at 4:00 P.M. (MT) / Racing at 7:00 P.M.

Pit Gates open at 2:00 P.M. both days.

Admission Prices

Adults - $20.00

Senior/Military - $18.00

Junior - $5.00

Skybox - $30.00

Pit pass - $30.00

Contact Information:

Website: http://www.cocopahspeedway.com

Email: info@cocopahspeedway.com

Phone: 928-344-1563

Series History: Cocopah Speedway

The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real has visited the Cocopah Speedway six times beginning in 2012. Three drivers have earned National Tour wins at the three-eighths mile oval. Past Winners: Dustin Morgan (3/9/12), Danny Wood (3/10/12), Jason Johnson (3/1/13, 3/2/13, 11/8/2013, and 11/9/2013)

Event Coverage:

Online audio will be available both nights at http://www.racinboys.com. Live broadcasts are brought to you by Lucas Oil and presented by the McCarthy Auto Group, located in the Kansas City metropolitan area.

Line-ups, finishes, and further updates are provided throughout each race night at http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs and http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs.

Live Timing and scoring is available at most Lucas Oil ASCS events via Race Monitor which is available in the App Store of your Smart Phone or Tablet.

 

 

Competition Suspension joins list of Lucas Oil ASCS Contingency Supporters

TULSA, Okla. (February 12, 2014) - Growing the list of contingencies offered to drivers who compete with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real, the "Nightly Rebound" has been introduced with Competition Suspension taking the title role.

The "Competition Suspension Nightly Rebound" will be given to the driver who takes the hardest spill during the course of the night at any Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real event. If no one goes for a ride, the rebound will be given to a driver who qualifies up front, but slips back during the A-Feature.

"We're really honored to be involved with a national touring series like ASCS and try to help a competitor out that had a rough night. Hopefully we can help get them fixed up and back on track." said Garrett Andrews.

Founded in 2009, Competition Suspension was founded with the goal in mind of bridging the gap between the technology seen in shocks used in NASCAR and Indy, while maintaining a product that short track teams could afford. Since their founding, CSI Shocks have accumulated over 1,000 short track wins. The biggest win for the company by far came in January, 2014 when Bryan Clauson captured his first Golden Driller in the 28th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals.

Asked about what sets CSI Shocks apart from other suppliers, Andrews explained, "We’ve found our niche, being a smaller company allows us the flexibility to build each customers shocks custom to their specific needs. We then back it up with outstanding customer support, attending over 100 races annually to help customers and fine tune our product.”

The 2014 Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real season begins February 28 and March 1 at the Cocopah Speedway in Somerton, Ariz. Tickets for the $10,000 to win event are on sale at http://www.cocopahspeedway.com.

2014 marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, Competition Suspension, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, Speedmart, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Blake Hahn joins 2014 Lucas Oil ASCS National Lineup

TULSA, Okla. (February 10, 2014) Jumping from the Micro and Midget ranks to Sprint Cars in 2012, Blake Hahn will make the jump from regional competition to the national scene in 2014 with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real.

"I'm excited to run with everybody, with all the big guys. I know I'm going to learn a lot this year." commented the 19 year old driver about his upcoming season.

Teaming up with Bruce Griffith, Jr. in 2013, Hahn picked up his first ASCS Regional victory on July 20 at the Lawton Speedway. Hahn won his second of the season at the Heart O' Texas Speedway on August 23.

Asked about being able to drive for Bruce, the third generation driver was very appreciative of the chance, "I know that he's definitely a good guy to have supporting you because he loves racing. He's old school, but he really went head first with me last year and wanting to take me on the road now, it's really exciting. We'll have two cars ready to go, all the parts, a new trailer, plus we have full time crew guy this year with my friend Dalton Seigler."

With Cousin, Matt Ward running the show, Grandfather, Emmett Hahn in charge of the series, and father Tommy Hahn alongside as his Crew Chief, Blake responded as to whether or not there is any added pressure to perform?

"Not really, it's actually nice having my family there to support me. I'm just looking to have a solid year, and I'm just glad to have their support. I just know that I have to be really consistent, and have my stuff together to run with the national guys. They are great every weekend, so I have to be right there."

Overall, Hahn's goals are simply to finish Top-10 in National Standings while taking as much time necessary to get laps under his belt, "We plan on racing every weekend whether it's ASCS national or regional," said Hahn. "I'm also hoping to get some Midget races in as well to have laps before we get to the Chili Bowl.

In 2013, Blake Hahn attempted 57 events with 37 starts between ASCS Sooner, Lone Star, Gulf South, and ASCS National events. Hahn's 2013 record includes 11 top fives, including 23 top ten appearances.

News and information on Blake Hahn can be found online at http://www.blakehahnracing.com as well as Facebook and Twitter. Publications on Blake Hahn. are provided throughout the year by Shawn Miller's Inside Line Promotions. To sign up for direct news concerning Blake Hahn, email sprintcarreporter@yahoo.com.

The 2014 Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real season begins February 28 and March 1 at the Cocopah Speedway in Somerton, Ariz. Tickets for the $10,000 to win event are on sale at http://www.cocopahspeedway.com

2013 ASCS (Regional/National) Record: Events: 57: Wins - 2, Top 5 - 11, Top 10 - 23

Overall ASCS National Tour Record: A-Feature Starts: 15: Wins - 0, Top 5 - 2, Top 10 - 6

 

 

Set on Winning; Jeff Swindell on Point for 2014 with Lucas Oil ASCS

TULSA, Okla. (February 10, 2014) "Win every race." Answers don't get much simpler when talking with Jeff Swindell about his goals for the 2014 Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real National Tour.

Returning to full-time competition in 2013, after taking the 2012 season off, Jeff Swindell will bring the Hammers family owned, Heartland Catfish No. 94 back in hopes of bettering his third in tour standings, in 2013.

Swindell set the season record for consecutive podium finish in 2013 and in doing so, made the largest points jump of any driver from eighth to third. Asked how often he has been able to put together a run like that, Swindell replied, "That just don't hardly ever happen, and I think that just shows what a good group we have."

Pointing out that the run didn't happen until later in the season, Swindell was still pleased with the team's performance, "We were in the learning stages last year with these guys, being the first full season with the team, the car, the motors, and everything. I think it just took us a little while to get everything figured out."

Entering the 2014 season, Swindell has made very little changes to the overall team.

"We've got all the same people together, and all the same sponsors. We added Heartland Catfish at the end of the year as an associate sponsor, and now they wanted to come on board as the main sponsor so we're really pleased with that. I plan on doing a lot of promotions with them."

Planning on racing as much as possible, Swindell has put together a schedule of roughly 80-90 shows for the 2014 season to take advantage of downtime on the ASCS National schedule that includes 410, 360, and 305cid competition.

With the Cocopah Speedway kicking off the 2014 schedule, Swindell will have an uphill climb.

"I think one of the biggest assets I've got, is I can lean on my brother Sammy a little bit," said Swindell when asked about setting up the car and the assets at his disposal.

Asked specifically about the Cocopah Speedway, where the Tennessee driver has had some good runs taken away from him by mechanical issues, Swindell replied, "I feel like I haven't been really good at Cocopah come feature time every night out, we weren't bad the first of the year, but broke a torsion arm bolt in half, so that killed us running third or fourth; then we had mechanical issues the next night. Then, at the end of the year, we were good all night until the feature. I just don't feel like I've had the car underneath me, so Sammy's given me a few little pointers on something to try, so we're going to go at it a little different and try to knock Jason [Johnson] off that podium."

Looking for a clean year of racing, Jeff is clear that he will race anyone the way he is raced. Asked about an incident during the 2013 season that resulted in damage to the No. 94, Jeff replied, "There's no reason to drive guys like that. As long as I know how I'm going to be driven, that's how I'm going to drive."

Jeff Swindell's overall season in 2013 consisted of 42 A-Feature starts. Jeff's five wins in 2013 came at the Lawton Speedway (Lawton, Okla.) on June 19, Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, Okla.) on June 20, Willamette Speedway (Lebanon, Ore.) on July 26, Salina Highbanks Speedway (Salina, Okla.) on August 17, and Jackson Speedway (Jackson, Minn.) on August 30.

Jeff Swindell's first Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour win came on June 15, 2002 at the Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, Iowa.

News and information on Jeff Swindell can be found online at http://www.jeffswindell.com as well as Facebook and Twitter.

The 2014 Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real season begins February 28 and March 1 at the Cocopah Speedway in Somerton, Ariz. Tickets for the $10,000 to win event are on sale at http://www.cocopahspeedway.com

2013 ASCS (Regional/National) Record: Events: 47: Wins - 5, Top 5 - 19, Top 10 - 29

Overall ASCS National Tour Record: A-Feature Starts: 100: Wins - 11, Top 5 - 40, Top 10 - 62

Summary of Wins: Date, Track, City, State

6/15/2002, Knoxville Raceway, Knoxville, IA 4/15/2011, I-30 Speedway, Little Rock, AR 9/1/2012, Dodge City Raceway Park, Dodge City, KS 9/2/2012, Dodge City Raceway Park, Dodge City, KS 10/19/2012, Devil's Bowl Speedway, Mesquite, TX 10/20/2012, Devil's Bowl Speedway, Mesquite, TX 6/19/2013, Lawton Speedway, Lawton, OK 6/20/2013, Creek County Speedway, Sapulpa, OK 7/26/2013, Willamette Speedway, Lebanon, WA 8/17/2013, Salina Highbanks, Salina, OK 8/30/2013, Jackson Speedway, Jackson, MN

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, Speedmart, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Focused on more; Johnny Herrera ready for 2014 Season

TULSA, Okla. (February 7, 2014) - Johnny Herrera has been racing for over 30 years. His résumé reflects his tenacity as a driver with two Knoxville Raceway Championships, 1996 Kings Royal winner despite a collapsed sideboard, 2007 SCOA Champion, and wins that number in the hundreds across nearly every discipline of Sprint Car racing.

Asked after all these years of chasing racing, is there anything that surprises him, Herrera chuckled a bit, “The everyday things with racing, that’s the stuff you get used to but is there something every day that I don’t take away from, and learn something new? Absolutely I do.”

Finishing a single marker behind Shane Stewart in 2011 for the season ending $60,000 check, Herrera suffered through back injuries in 2012 before returning to peak health in 2013.

Coupled with a new partnership with Print Place Motorsports, Herrera’s health, along with the backing proved fruitful as Herrera broke through a 72-race drought on May 17, lapping all by one before the checkered flag fell at the U.S. 36 Raceway in Cameron, Mo.

Follow that up with a win at Valley Speedway, the season ultimately saw Herrera exchange the points lead a half dozen times with Jason Johnson before the driver of the Stenhouse, Jr. Racing No. 41 was able to secure his fourth Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real title.

“We just need to keep our heads down, and keep working hard,” commented Herrera on what it’s going to take to claim the title of Champion. “We were actually good last year, we just needed to win more races. We had great consistency, but when you only win four races, it just isn’t enough when the guy that takes the championship wins 10.”

The only full-time driver on the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour in 2013 without a DNF on the season, Herrera looks to take that same consistency and simply build upon it in 2014, using the same lineup of chassis, engines, and various parts vendors.

“When you have a good thing working, you just need to make small adjustments here and there.”

Asked about what he plans to do with some of the time off between ASCS events at the start of the season, the Albuquerque, N.M. shoe plans to use that time to experiment, be it in 410, 360, or 3015cid competition.

“Since that race in Phoenix got cancelled, I’ll go run some of the races around there. I’ll be at Tucson, and I think I’ll go run EL Paso and Las Cruces and support Royal [Jones] with his 305cid ASCS shows because when you’re doing different forms of racing, it gives you a chance to try different things where we’re not having to contend for a championship. It all helps.”

Touching on some of the chances to experiment with his car, the conversation of shocks came up. As one of the many teams with a shock-dyno in the trailer, Herrera is one of the few drivers who consistently builds his own shock combinations.

“The more you know about anything on your racecar, the better understanding you’re going to have on the proper changes to make to the car. By no means am I a shock expert, but I know what I’m looking for in the feel of the car.”

Herrera’s overall season in ASCS competition in 2013 consisted of 54 A-Feature starts in 57 National and Regional events. Four National Tour wins came at the U.S. 36 Raceway on May 17, Valley Speedway on May 22, Devil’s Bowl Speedway on June 15, and Lucas Oil Speedway on September 29. Herrera’s lone regional victory came in Gulf South competition at the Golden Triangle Raceway Park on May 3.

Johnny Herrera has 10 Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real victories to his credit along with 35 regional wins. Herrera’s first Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour win came November 2, 1996 at the Devil’s Bowl Speedway.

Information on Johnny Herrera can be found online at http://johnnyherreraracing.com.

The 2014 Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real season begins February 28 and March 1 at the Cocopah Speedway in Somerton, Ariz. Tickets for the $10,000 to win event are on sale at http://www.cocopahspeedway.com

2013 ASCS (Regional/National) Record: Events: 57: Wins - 5, Top 5 - 32, Top 10 - 44

Overall ASCS National Tour Record: A-Feature Starts: 145: Wins - 10, Top 5 - 66, Top 10 - 112

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, Speedmart, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Focused on more; Johnny Herrera ready for 2014 Season

TULSA, Okla. (February 7, 2014) - Johnny Herrera has been racing for over 30 years. His résumé reflects his tenacity as a driver with two Knoxville Raceway Championships, 1996 Kings Royal winner despite a collapsed sideboard, 2007 SCOA Champion, and wins that number in the hundreds across nearly every discipline of Sprint Car racing.

Asked after all these years of chasing racing, is there anything that surprises him, Herrera chuckled a bit, “The everyday things with racing, that’s the stuff you get used to but is there something every day that I don’t take away from, and learn something new? Absolutely I do.”

Finishing a single marker behind Shane Stewart in 2011 for the season ending $60,000 check, Herrera suffered through back injuries in 2012 before returning to peak health in 2013.

Coupled with a new partnership with Print Place Motorsports, Herrera’s health, along with the backing proved fruitful as Herrera broke through a 72-race drought on May 17, lapping all by one before the checkered flag fell at the U.S. 36 Raceway in Cameron, Mo.

Follow that up with a win at Valley Speedway, the season ultimately saw Herrera exchange the points lead a half dozen times with Jason Johnson before the driver of the Stenhouse, Jr. Racing No. 41 was able to secure his fourth Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real title.

“We just need to keep our heads down, and keep working hard,” commented Herrera on what it’s going to take to claim the title of Champion. “We were actually good last year, we just needed to win more races. We had great consistency, but when you only win four races, it just isn’t enough when the guy that takes the championship wins 10.”

The only full-time driver on the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour in 2013 without a DNF on the season, Herrera looks to take that same consistency and simply build upon it in 2014, using the same lineup of chassis, engines, and various parts vendors.

“When you have a good thing working, you just need to make small adjustments here and there.”

Asked about what he plans to do with some of the time off between ASCS events at the start of the season, the Albuquerque, N.M. shoe plans to use that time to experiment, be it in 410, 360, or 3015cid competition.

“Since that race in Phoenix got cancelled, I’ll go run some of the races around there. I’ll be at Tucson, and I think I’ll go run EL Paso and Las Cruces and support Royal [Jones] with his 305cid ASCS shows because when you’re doing different forms of racing, it gives you a chance to try different things where we’re not having to contend for a championship. It all helps.”

Touching on some of the chances to experiment with his car, the conversation of shocks came up. As one of the many teams with a shock-dyno in the trailer, Herrera is one of the few drivers who consistently builds his own shock combinations.

“The more you know about anything on your racecar, the better understanding you’re going to have on the proper changes to make to the car. By no means am I a shock expert, but I know what I’m looking for in the feel of the car.”

Herrera’s overall season in ASCS competition in 2013 consisted of 54 A-Feature starts in 57 National and Regional events. Four National Tour wins came at the U.S. 36 Raceway on May 17, Valley Speedway on May 22, Devil’s Bowl Speedway on June 15, and Lucas Oil Speedway on September 29. Herrera’s lone regional victory came in Gulf South competition at the Golden Triangle Raceway Park on May 3.

Johnny Herrera has 10 Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real victories to his credit along with 35 regional wins. Herrera’s first Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour win came November 2, 1996 at the Devil’s Bowl Speedway.

Information on Johnny Herrera can be found online at http://johnnyherreraracing.com.

The 2014 Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real season begins February 28 and March 1 at the Cocopah Speedway in Somerton, Ariz. Tickets for the $10,000 to win event are on sale at http://www.cocopahspeedway.com

2013 ASCS (Regional/National) Record: Events: 57: Wins - 5, Top 5 - 32, Top 10 - 44

Overall ASCS National Tour Record: A-Feature Starts: 145: Wins - 10, Top 5 - 66, Top 10 - 112

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, Speedmart, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Tony Bruce, Jr. on track for 2014 Lucas Oil ASCS Season

TULSA, Okla. (February 6, 2014) Before the start of the 2013 season, Tony Bruce, Jr. changed everything in his team, except maybe the brand of shoes he wore in the car. Chassis, engine, rear-ends, you name it a different lineup of supplies was bolted to the OneEight Motorsports entry.

"We pretty much redeveloped our race team last year and so, at the beginning of the season we had some flaws, and some of those things we had to work out, but once we got those things worked out, I feel like we were right where we needed to be," said Bruce when asked about how the changes affected his 2013 season.

Enter the 2014 season, and the laundry list of changes is not the case.

"This winter, we really haven't changed anything," said Bruce. "We're using all the same car manufactures, engine builders, rear-end, steering; just all the same stuff so I think by staying the same and not making any changes over the off-season is really going to be our key to being consistent."

Pointing out using the same engine builder, Tony brings reference to Chris Moss, who was the key Sprint Car engine builder at Roush/Yates before the program was scrapped at the latter part of 2013. Because of that, Tony can use the full assortment of engines he began with in 2013; be it Chevrolet or Ford.

"Last year, I felt like Fords ran better on certain race tracks, but at the same time felt like Chevys probably ran better at different styles of tracks, as well. We kept the Chevys from my previous years of racing, so this year I feel like we're going to have a nice assortment of engines because we'll have two Chevys, and two Fords."

Again a Racer/Promoter in 2014, TBJ Promotions will kick off the 2014 ASCS Lineup with the Eagle Motorsports Rock 'N Roll 50 at the Riverside International Speedway on May 3, followed by the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour's return to Lakeside Speedway on May 8.

The Hinchman Race Wear Eagle Nationals is scheduled for action on May 31 at the famed Eagle Raceway. June 28 and 29 will feature the Steve King Memorial, which this year will be an ASCS Sooner Region / NCRA event split between the Dodge City Raceway Park and 81-Speedway.

Adding a new race to the ASCS National lineup, the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real will make a second trip to "The Ditch" for the Mid-South Showdown on August 21.

Asked if the promotional company ever takes away, or hinders, his ability to compete, Bruce gave no indication of it slowing him down, "I've got a great promotional staff. My wife does a real good job; my sister helps at every race, and my dad tries to make as many as possible. This year we, added Chris "Snow" Giddings to help out as well so with such a great support staff, it really makes it a lot easier to be a driver too than some may think."

One difference that Bruce will have for the 2014 season is the chance to race in other equipment. Taking advantage of some the down time at the start of the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour season, it gives the Kansas native a chance to learn from others.

"Sometimes just getting a different perspective, and driving someone else's car, and doing some other things, it really helps you on your own stuff, so you don't get tunnel vision and focus on one thing."

With nearly all of Tony's 2013 sponsors coming back for the coming run, Bruce points out companies like The Oil Medics, which has been with Bruce for the past five years.

"To have a partnership last that long is something that's really important to me and is rare in racing."

Tony Bruce, Jr. ended his 2013 season fifth in National Tour standings. The 2005 Brodix Rookie of the Year added two National Tour wins, at two new tracks, to his credit in 2013, first on July 10 at the Electric City Speedway in Great Falls, Mont. then night one of the Hockett/McMillin Memorial at Lucas Oil Speedway on September 27.

Overall, Tony Bruce, Jr. has 10 Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real wins along with 13 ASCS Regional victories. Tony Bruce, Jr. can be found online at http://www.tonybrucejr.com as well as on Facebook and Twitter.

Publications on Tony Bruce, Jr. are provided throughout the year by Shawn Miller's Inside Line Promotions. To sign up for direct news concerning Tony Bruce, Jr. email sprintcarreporter@yahoo.com.

The 2014 Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real season begins February 28 and March 1 at the Cocopah Speedway in Somerton, Ariz. Tickets for the $10,000 to win event are on sale at http://www.cocopahspeedway.com

2013 ASCS (Regional/National) Record: Events: 53: Wins - 4, Top 5 - 23, Top 10 - 38

Overall ASCS National Tour Record: A-Feature Starts: 244: Wins - 10, Top 5 - 63, Top 10 - 136

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, Speedmart, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

ASCS Nation Continues to Grow 2014 Lineup

TULSA, Okla. (February 5, 2014) - Already, over 160 races have been submitted for the ASCS Nation for the 2014 season as regional directors continue to submit new dates to the calendar.

Most recently, the Speedway Motors Warrior Region, newly formed Carolina ASCS 305cid Region, and Speedway Motors Midwest Region have submitted their lineups for the coming race season.

Currently, the only regions still waiting to submit are the ASCS Northwest and ASCS Frontier Regions.

Possibly the earliest an ASCS Region has submitted results, the West Texas ASCS 305cid Region presented by Mesilla Valley Transportation began their season on January 25. Reigning champion, John Carney II has already acquired the top spot as the region's next event is the 305 Shootout at the El Paso Speedway Park and Southern New Mexico Speedway on March 14 and 15. Each night is worth $3,000 to the winner.

The Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real National Tour has seen updates to its 2014 lineup as tracks confirm dates. Currently, 54 dates line the National Tour with another half dozen currently in negotiation. The 2014 National Tour begins on February 28 and March 1 at the Cocopah Speedway in Somerton, Ariz. with night one paying $3,000 to win, and night two paying $10,000 to win to kick off the second Cocopah Cup Challenge.

Combined Lineup for the ASCS Nation (Regional and National Events)

1/25/2014-El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, TX

2/28/2014-Cocopah Speedway - Somerton, AZ

3/1/2014-Cocopah Speedway - Somerton, AZ

3/14/2014-El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, TX

3/14/2014-Golden Triangle Raceway Park - Beaumont, TX

3/15/2014-Royal Purple Raceway - Baytown, TX

3/15/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM

3/21/2014-Devil's Bowl Speedway - Mesquite, TX

3/22/2014-Devil's Bowl Speedway - Mesquite, TX

4/4/2014-Battleground Speedway - Highlands, TX

4/4/2014-I-80 Speedway - Greenwood, NE

4/5/2014-Battleground Speedway - Highlands, TX

4/5/2014-I-80 Speedway - Greenwood, NE

4/5/2014-Tucson International Raceway - Tucson, AZ

4/11/2014-Lexington 104 Speedway - Lexington, TN

4/12/2014-I-30 Speedway - Little Rock, AR

4/13/2014-West Siloam Speedway - West Siloam Springs, OK

4/18/2014-Heart O' Texas Speedway - Waco, TX

4/19/2014-Gator Motorplex - Willis, TX

4/19/2014-Springfield Raceway - Springfield, MO

4/25/2014-Lubbock Speedway - Lubbock, TX

4/25/2014-Oglethorpe Speedway Park - Savannah , GA

4/26/2014-Abilene Speedway - Abilene, TX

4/26/2014-TBA - TBA, GA

5/2/2014-El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, TX

5/2/2014-Golden Triangle Raceway Park - Beaumont, TX

5/2/2014-Outlaw Motorsports Park - Wainwright, OK

5/3/2014-Bronco Raceway Park - Cleveland, TX

5/3/2014-Lawton Speedway - Lawton, OK

5/3/2014-Lucas Oil Speedway - Wheatland, MO

5/3/2014-Riverside International Speedway - West Memphis, AR

5/3/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM

5/3/2014-Tucson International Raceway - Tucson, AZ

5/8/2014-Lakeside Speedway - Kansas City, KS

5/9/2014-Creek County Speedway - Sapulpa, OK

5/10/2014-TBA - TBA, OK

5/16/2014-Boyd Raceway - Boyd, TX

5/16/2014-El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, TX

5/16/2014-Willamette Speedway - Lebanon, OR

5/17/2014-Arizona Speedway - Queen Creek, AZ

5/17/2014-Battleground Speedway - Highlands, TX

5/17/2014-Devil's Bowl Speedway - Mesquite, TX

5/17/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM

5/17/2014-Sumter Speedway - Sumter, SC

5/17/2014-Willamette Speedway - Lebanon, OR

5/22/2014-Southern Oregon Speedway - Medford, OR

5/23/2014-Cotton Bowl Speedway - Paige, TX

5/23/2014-Junction Motor Speedway - McCool Junction, NE

5/23/2014-Timberline Speedway - Corley, TX

5/24/2014-Cottage Grove Speedway - Cottage Grove, OR

5/24/2014-Shady Oaks Speedway - Goliad, TX

5/24/2014-TBA - TBA, OR

5/25/2014-Cottage Grove Speedway - Cottage Grove, OR

5/25/2014-Double X Speedway - California, MO

5/25/2014-South Texas Speedway - Corpus Christi, TX

5/30/2014-El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, TX

5/30/2014-Salina Speedway - Salina, KS

5/30/2014-TBA - TBA, IL

5/31/2014-Central Arizona Raceway - Casa Grande, AZ

5/31/2014-Eagle Raceway - Eagle, NE

5/31/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM

5/31/2014-TBA - TBA, IL

6/6/2014-Heart O' Texas Speedway - Waco, TX

6/6/2014-Lexington 104 Speedway - Lexington, TN

6/7/2014-Gator Motorplex - Willis, TX

6/7/2014-I-30 Speedway - Little Rock, AR

6/13/2014-El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, TX

6/13/2014-U.S. 36 Raceway - Cameron, MO

6/14/2014-Devil's Bowl Speedway - Mesquite, TX

6/14/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM

6/18/2014-Lawton Speedway - Lawton, OK

6/19/2014-Creek County Speedway - Sapulpa, OK

6/20/2014-Golden Triangle Raceway Park - Beaumont, TX

6/20/2014-West Siloam Speedway - West Siloam Springs, OK

6/21/2014-Lucas Oil Speedway - Wheatland, MO

6/21/2014-Royal Purple Raceway - Baytown, TX

6/27/2014-El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, TX

6/28/2014-Dodge City Raceway Park - Dodge City, KS

6/28/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM

6/28/2014-Tucson International Raceway - Tucson, AZ

6/29/2014-81 Speedway - Park City, KS

7/3/2014-Cotton Bowl Speedway - Paige, TX

7/4/2014-Outlaw Motorsports Park - Wainwright, OK

7/4/2014-South Texas Speedway - Corpus Christi, TX

7/5/2014-Antioch Speedway - Morganton, NC

7/5/2014-Arizona Speedway - Queen Creek, AZ

7/5/2014-Battleground Speedway - Highlands, TX

7/5/2014-Randolph County Raceway - Moberly, MO

7/11/2014-El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, TX

7/11/2014-Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, MT

7/11/2014-Lubbock Speedway - Lubbock, TX

7/12/2014-Abilene Speedway - Abilene, TX

7/12/2014-Billings Motorsports Park - Billings, MT

7/12/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM

7/18/2014-Black Hills Speedway - Rapid City, SD

7/18/2014-Creek County Speedway - Sapulpa, OK

7/18/2014-Golden Triangle Raceway Park - Beaumont, TX

7/19/2014-Bronco Raceway Park - Cleveland, TX

7/19/2014-I-90 Speedway - Hartford, SD

7/19/2014-Lawton Speedway - Lawton, OK

7/20/2014-Double X Speedway - California, MO

7/25/2014-El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, TX

7/26/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM

7/26/2014-Tucson International Raceway - Tucson, AZ

7/27/2014-Huset's Speedway - Brandon, SD

7/31/2014-Knoxville Raceway - Knoxville, IA

8/1/2014-Knoxville Raceway - Knoxville, IA

8/2/2014-Knoxville Raceway - Knoxville, IA

8/4/2014-Southern Iowa Speedway - Oskaloosa, IA

8/8/2014-El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, TX

8/9/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM

8/15/2014-Heart O' Texas Speedway - Waco, TX

8/16/2014-Devil's Bowl Speedway - Mesquite, TX

8/16/2014-Salina Highbanks Speedway - Salina, OK

8/17/2014-Quincy Raceways - Quincy, IL

8/21/2014-Riverside International Speedway - West Memphis, AR

8/22/2014-El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, TX

8/22/2014-Lexington 104 Speedway - Lexington, TN

8/22/2014-Red River Speedway - Wichita Falls, TX

8/23/2014-Lawton Speedway - Lawton, OK

8/23/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM

8/29/2014-Jackson Speedway - Jackson, MN

8/30/2014-Jackson Speedway - Jackson, MN

8/30/2014-Leesville 171 Speedway - Leesville, LA

8/30/2014-Randolph County Raceway - Moberly, MO

8/30/2014-Tucson International Raceway - Tucson, AZ

8/31/2014-Randolph County Raceway - Moberly, MO

8/31/2014-TBA - TBA, KS

8/31/2014-Tucson International Raceway - Tucson, AZ

9/5/2014-El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, TX

9/5/2014-Oglethorpe Speedway Park - Savannah , GA

9/6/2014-Junction Motor Speedway - McCool Junction, NE

9/6/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM

9/6/2014-TBA - TBA, GA

9/7/2014-Eagle Raceway - Eagle, NE

9/12/2014-Outlaw Motorsports Park - Wainwright, OK

9/13/2014-Royal Purple Raceway - Baytown, TX

9/13/2014-U.S. 36 Raceway - Cameron, MO

9/13/2014-West Siloam Speedway - West Siloam Springs, OK

9/19/2014-I-80 Speedway - Greenwood, NE

9/19/2014-TBA - TBA, IL

9/19/2014-TBA - TBA, OR

9/20/2014-I-80 Speedway - Greenwood, NE

9/20/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM

9/20/2014-Texas Motor Speedway - Fort Worth, TX

9/20/2014-Tucson International Raceway - Tucson, AZ

9/26/2014-Lucas Oil Speedway - Wheatland, MO

9/27/2014-Battleground Speedway - Highlands, TX

9/27/2014-Lucas Oil Speedway - Wheatland, MO

10/4/2014-Arizona Speedway - Queen Creek, AZ

10/4/2014-Outlaw Motorsports Park - Wainwright, OK

10/4/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM

10/11/2014-Lone Star Speedway - Kilgore, TX

10/17/2014-Devil's Bowl Speedway - Mesquite, TX

10/18/2014-Devil's Bowl Speedway - Mesquite, TX

10/22/2014-I-30 Speedway - Little Rock, AR

10/23/2014-I-30 Speedway - Little Rock, AR

10/24/2014-I-30 Speedway - Little Rock, AR

10/25/2014-Arizona Speedway - Queen Creek, AZ

10/25/2014-I-30 Speedway - Little Rock, AR

11/7/2014-El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, TX

11/8/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM

11/14/2014-Cocopah Speedway - Somerton, AZ

11/15/2014-Cocopah Speedway - Somerton, AZ

**Schedule is subject to change without notice.

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, Speedmart, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

ASCS Warrior Region Releases Tentative 2014 Lineup
TULSA, Okla. (February 4, 2014) - The Speedway Motors ASCS Warrior Region has released their 2014 tentative schedule, with more dates said to be in the works.

Taking the helm for the 2014 season, Larry Hol has presented the first 14 confirmed dates for the Missouri based region that include stops in Illinois, Kansas, and Missouri. Jerry Hoffman's Springfield Raceway will kick off the 2014 slate with a co-sanctioned event with the American Bank of Oklahoma Sooner Region on April 19.

Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, MO graces the schedule four times with the Impact Open Wheel Showdown on May 3, followed by the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour on June 21 and the Hockett/McMillin Memorial on September 26 and 27.

The high-banked Randolph County Raceway holds three shows on July 5 then again on August 30 and 31. The other high-banked favorite of the Warrior Region is U.S. 36 Raceway with a pair of nights on June 13 and September 13.

Joining with the Sprint Invaders on August 17, the two sanctions will go head-to-head at the Quincy Raceways in Quincy, Ill.

Other tracks in the lineup include the Double X Speedway in California, Mo. as well as the long awaited return to the Lakeside Speedway with the help of TBJ Promotions.

Jonathan Cornell enters as defending champion of the Speedway Motors Warrior Region. In 2013, the Sedalia, Mo. native earned eight victories, including his first against the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour at the Lucas Oil Speedway. Overall, 121 drivers took part in at least one event during the 2013 season.

To keep with news and information about the American Sprint Car Series, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com. To contact new director Larry Hol, email ldhol@hotmail.com.

2014 Speedway Motors ASCS Warrior Regional Schedule

4/19/2014-Springfield Raceway - Springfield, MO

5/3/2014-Lucas Oil Speedway - Wheatland, MO
5/8/2014-Lakeside Speedway - Kansas City, KS*
5/25/2014-Double X Speedway - California, MO

6/13/2014-U.S. 36 Raceway - Cameron, MO
6/21/2014-Lucas Oil Speedway - Wheatland, MO*

7/5/2014-Randolph County Raceway - Moberly, MO
7/20/2014-Double X Speedway - California, MO

8/17/2014-Quincy Raceways - Quincy, IL
8/30/2014-Randolph County Raceway - Moberly, MO
8/31/2014-Randolph County Raceway - Moberly, MO

9/13/2014-U.S. 36 Raceway - Cameron, MO
9/26/2014-Lucas Oil Speedway - Wheatland, MO*
9/27/2014-Lucas Oil Speedway - Wheatland, MO*

*indicates events in conjunction with Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour
**Schedule subject to change without notice.

 

 

ASCS Southwest Announces Seventh Season

TULSA, Okla. (February 3, 2014) - The Hose Advantage Store ASCS Southwest Region has announced its 2014 lineup of events that includes dates in Arizona, New Mexico, and west Texas. Nineteen dates have been confirmed with one TBA on the list. There is still a potential for additional dates as the season approaches.

The seventh season for the Arizona based region of the ASCS Nation, the 2014 season is scheduled to begin February 28 and March 1 with the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real at the Cocopah Speedway just outside Yuma, Ariz. The event is one of several scheduled to be filmed for delayed broadcast on MAVTV.

Tucson International Raceway will take the bulk of the 2014 dates with seven, including the two day Labor Day special on August 30 and 31. Cocopah Speedway will see the regional series on four occasions, along with the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour.

The Phoenix metropolitan area will enjoy the Hose Advantage Store Southwest Region on five occasions with visits to the Arizona Speedway in Queen Creek. Track management of the Arizona Speedway have taken control of the Central Arizona Raceway in Casa Grande for the 2014 season, scheduling a single event with the Southwest Region on May 31.

El Paso Speedway Park in El Paso, Texas and the Southern New Mexico Speedway in Las Cruces, N.M. will see the region along with the National Tour November 7 and 8.

Roger Toops will again head up the Southwest Region and can be reached at 623-271-2343 or by email at rogertoops@gmail.com.

Rick Ziehl has been the undisputed champion of the Hose Advantage Store Southwest Region over the past six years. The Las Cruces, N.M. shoe will again pilot the John Ziehl / Lucas Oil No. 20z for the 2014 season. The 2013 season saw 103 drivers in competition in at least one event.

To keep with news and information about the American Sprint Car Series, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

 

2014 Hose Advantage Store ASCS Southwest Regional Schedule

2/28/2014 - Cocopah Speedway - Somerton, AZ*
3/1/2014 - Cocopah Speedway - Somerton, AZ*
3/14/2014 - TBA - TBA, AZ*
3/15/2014 - Arizona Speedway-ET Motopark - Queen Creek, AZ*

4/5/2014 -Tucson International Raceway - Tucson, AZ
5/3/2014 - Tucson International Raceway - Tucson, AZ
5/17/2014 - Arizona Speedway - Queen Creek, AZ
5/31/2014 - Central Arizona Raceway - Casa Grande, AZ

6/28/2014Tucson International Raceway - Tucson, AZ

7/5/2014 - Arizona Speedway - Queen Creek, AZ
7/26/2014 - Tucson International Raceway - Tucson, AZ

8/30/2014 - Tucson International Raceway - Tucson, AZ
8/31/2014 - Tucson International Raceway - Tucson, AZ
9/20/2014 - Tucson International Raceway - Tucson, AZ

10/4/2014 - Arizona Speedway - Queen Creek, AZ
10/25/2014 - Arizona Speedway - Queen Creek, AZ

11/7/2014 - El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, TX*
11/8/2014 - Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM*
11/14/2014 - Cocopah Speedway - Somerton, AZ*
11/15/2014 - Cocopah Speedway - Somerton, AZ*

*indicates events in conjunction with Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour
**Schedule subject to change without notice.

 

 

Lucas Oil ASCS Confirms Salina Speedway Visit

TULSA, Okla. (January 30, 2014) Promoters of the Salina Speedway in Salina, Kan. have confirmed the return of the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real, along with the Speedway Motors Midwest Region on Friday, May 30 ahead of the Eagle Nationals presented by TBJ Promotions.

Not to be confused with the Salina Highbanks Speedway in Salina, Okla. which features the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real and American Bank of Oklahoma Sooner Region on Saturday, August 16, the Salina Speedway is a three-eighths mile, semi-banked, clay oval located in the farmlands of north-central Kansas.

The May, 2014 visit will mark the third time in as many years the Lucas Oil ASCS National Series has visited the Kansas oval. Four time Lucas Oil Chili Bowl champion, Kevin Swindell, took top honors in the series first visit August 16, 2012. Out running Mother Nature, Washington's Seth Bergman took the top podium step on May 31, 2013.

This is the first time the race has been co-sanctioned with any of the ASCS regional series.

Further updates regarding the 2014 lineup for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real will be posted in the coming weeks. The 2014 season for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real begins February 28 and March 1 at the Cocopah Speedway in Yuma, Ariz.

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley’s Racing Products, Speedway Motors, Speedmart, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

The Joie of Seating steps up for driver safety

TULSA, Okla. (January 28, 2014) Safety has been a big debate on Sprint Car racing over the past few months. The number of companies that have come forward with changes to the status-quo has been mind boggling, but one of the biggest changes in Sprint Car racing over the past 20 years has been in the design of the seats utilized in our sport.

One person that has been a key player in some of the innovations is Randy LaJoie.

Talking with the former two-time NASCAR Nationwide Champion at the Performance Racing Industries Tradeshow in Indianapolis this past year, he joked at times about the number of “damaged helmets” he has around his house.

While making light of the topic of conversation, his tone was ever serious as he reflected on the injuries sustained while racing; as a driver and an observer. If you read the “about” page on http://www.joieofseating.com, you will find a humorous, but very poignant quote from Randy taking about his seats that states, “I’ve learned myself, because I’ve been a crash test dummy for quite a few years.”

Renewing his support with the American Sprint Car Series for the 2014 season, Randy LaJoie has radically changed his contribution.

Providing drivers with a dollar amount off in 2013 for winning a B-Feature at the National level, as well as providing discounts for season ending banquets, Randy will combine his resources to provide any driver, finishing in the top 10 of ASCS National and Regional standings, without a full containment seat a certificate good for 50% off one of his molded aluminum full containment seats.

“For Randy to offer this to our drivers really speak volumes to his commitment to the safety of our series, and our sport,” commented ASCS Director, Matt Ward.

Before taking over as director of the American Sprint Car Series, Ward competed regularly in Micros, Midgets, and Sprint Cars. “In all the seats I’ve used, LaJoie’s have been the most comfortable and durable and because of that experience, I’m fully supportive of what he’s offering our racers.”

The 2014 season for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real begins February 28 and March 1 at the Cocopah Speedway in Yuma, Ariz.

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation.. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley’s Racing Products, Speedway Motors, Speedmart, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Chili Bowl Ticket Renewal Begins March 4

TULSA, Okla. (January 28, 2014) - Work for the 29th running of the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire has begun. While the dirt, fencing, and grandstands will have to wait until December, the paper work it seems is never ending.

Beginning Tuesday, March 4 reserved seat ticket holders will be able to begin renewing their seats for the 2015 event. Tickets will again be sold in four day (Wednesday-Saturday), or full event packages. The 2015 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals is scheduled for January 13-17, 2015 inside the River Spirit Expo Center.

Ticket holders will be receiving information packets by mail, and will be able to submit their renewal by mail, fax, or by phone. Ticket prices will be included on the information packets. We are still working to finalize other details. Further information will be provided at a later date. No orders will be accepted before March 4.

This is simply to give notice of when the office will begin accepting orders.

For more information regarding the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, log onto http://www.chilibowl.com or call 918-838-3777.

Quick Check:

What: Chili Bowl ticket renewal When: March 4, 2014 Event: 29th Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire Date: January 13-17, 2015

Business Office mailing address:

Chili Bowl Nationals 1141 S. 83rd East Ave. Tulsa, OK 74112

Phone: 918-838-3777 Fax: 918-836-5517

Website: http://www.chilibowl.com

 

 

14 ASCS Driver Registration Forms Online

TULSA, Okla. (January 27, 2014) American Sprint Car Series Membership forms for the 2014 calendar year are now online.

Registration for drivers is $150. Crew membership forms will be posted at a later date and are $100 per crew member.

ASCS Memberships, driver and crew, come with supplemental insurance coverage. It also ensures a driver in good standing, in the top 10, can be eligible for point fund. To be eligible regionally, a driver must have competed in 70% of all scheduled shows and be a member in good standing.

Driver Memberships can be downloaded at: http://www.ascsracing.com/downloads/get.aspx?i=74724

All drivers must have their memberships post marked by June 1, 2014 in order to be eligible to receive point fund. Multiple memberships are not needed for any driver who wishes to compete in multiple regions.

Please mail or fax all forms to the ASCS office.

ASCS Racing 1141 S. 83rd East Ave. Tulsa, OK 74112.

Faxes can be sent to 918-836-5517.

 

 

ASCS Spec Head Rule among updates for 2014 season

TULSA, Okla. (January 27, 2014) The rules package for the American Sprint Car Series (360cid and 305cid) 2014 season has been updated. Included among the updates is a change to the rules governing the approved ASCS Brodix Cylinder Head for 360cid competition.

The 2013 rule concerning the Cylinder Head was as follows:

Spec Heads: Brodix Chevrolet Style Heads part # 27-211, #27223, and #27-222 with ASCS stamp may not have any performance-enhancing alterations in any way. Intake opening no larger than original opening, the only exception being, inlet opening may be ground or polished 3/4 inches or no further into port than the closest edge of the closest letter of the ASCS logo. During this polishing the left side of the letter "A" is sometimes inadvertently brushed with polish wheel. This is permissible as long as letter is still intact. During polishing of inlet port sometimes polish marks may go slightly further than the 3/4 inch. Intake port at no time may exceed 215 cubic centimeters.

Spec Heads: Brodix Ford Style Heads part # 27-233 with ASCS stamp may not have any performance-enhancing alterations in any way. Intake opening must be 2.150 inches tall by 1.300 inches wide. Intake port polishing will be allowed no more than a ½ inch below the bottom of the original seat ring on the back side of the bowl area and no more than 1 inch on the short side. Polishing will be allowed in the combustion chamber are to avoid hot spot chafing. Polishing will be allowed in the exhaust ports as long as the original ASCS logo is not affected or port shape is not altered substantially. Intake port at no time may exceed 194 cubic centimeters. Please note that the intake port is for a Fel-Pro #1262, or equivalent, gasket.

Intake port polishing will be allowed no more than 1 1/2 inches below the bottom of the original seat ring on the back side of the bowl area and no more than 1 inch on the short side. Polishing will be allowed in the combustion chamber area to avoid hot spot chaffing. Polishing will be allowed in exhaust ports as long as the original "ASCS" logo is not affected or port shape is not altered substantially.

Absolutely no intake or exhaust port relocation, raising, enlargement or reshaping of any type. Valve angle and placement may not be altered in any way on the ASCS spec head or on any other head. ASCS checking fixtures to check the above specifications and dimensions will be used by sanctioned ASCS tracks.

The 2014 rule reads as follows:

Spec Heads: Brodix Chevrolet Style Heads part # 27-211, #27223, and #27-222 with ASCS stamp may not have any performance-enhancing alterations in any way. Intake opening no larger than original opening, the only exception being, inlet opening may be ground or polished 3/4 inches or no further into port than the closest edge of the closest letter of the ASCS logo. During this polishing the left side of the letter "A" is sometimes inadvertently brushed with polish wheel. This is permissible as long as letter is still intact. During polishing of inlet port sometimes polish marks may go slightly further than the 3/4 inch. Intake port at no time may exceed 215 cubic centimeters.

Intake port polishing on Chevrolet Heads will be allowed no more than 1.800 inches below the bottom of the original seat ring on the back side of the bowl area and no more than 1 inch on the short side. Polishing will be allowed in the combustion chamber area to avoid hot spot chaffing. Polishing will be allowed in exhaust ports as long as the original "ASCS" logo is not affected or port shape is not altered substantially.

Absolutely no intake or exhaust port relocation, raising, enlargement or reshaping of any type. Valve angle and placement may not be altered in any way on the ASCS spec head or on any other head. ASCS checking fixtures to check the above specifications and dimensions will be used by sanctioned ASCS tracks.

Spec Heads: Brodix Ford Style Heads part # 27-233 with ASCS stamp may not have any performance-enhancing alterations in any way. Intake opening must be 2.150 inches tall by 1.300 inches wide. Intake port polishing will be allowed no more than a 1 1/2 inches below the bottom of the original seat ring on the back side of the bowl area and no more than 1 inch on the short side. Polishing will be allowed in the combustion chamber area to avoid hot spot chafing. Polishing will be allowed in the exhaust ports as long as the original ASCS logo is not affected or port shape is not altered substantially. Intake port at no time may exceed 200 cubic centimeters. Please note that the intake port is for a Fel-Pro #1262, or equivalent, gasket.

Absolutely no intake or exhaust port relocation, raising, enlargement or reshaping of any type. Valve angle and placement may not be altered in any way on the ASCS spec head or on any other head. ASCS checking fixtures to check the above specifications and dimensions will be used by sanctioned ASCS tracks.

The change comes in the area of port polishing concerning the Chevrolet style Head in that teams have been allowed to go from 1.500 inches to 1.800 inches below the bottom of the original seat ring on the back side of the bowl area but still no more than 1 inch on the short side.

Other changes for the 2014 season include the strong recommendation for the Front Axle Tethering system developed by ButlerBuilt. A safety strap for the draglink is now required as well as some form of strap or hoop around the driveline.

Start and restart rules will also reflect the “box start” so as to keep drivers from fanning out and allowing others to jump through the field before the designated starting area.

Complete rules for the American Sprint Car Series (360cid) are posted at http://www.ascsracing.com/series-info/rules.aspx

Updates to the ASCS 305cid rules have also been posted. To remain consistent with the RaceSaver rules package, the aftermarket block produced by Dart (No. 31151411) is now approved for use in ASCS 305cid competition.

Complete rules for the American Sprint Car Series (305cid) are posted at http://305.ascsracing.com/series-info/305rules.aspx

The 2014 season marks the twenty-third year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation.. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, Roush Yates Racing Engines, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, SBI Fuel Bladders, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Xtreme Accu-Tach, Simpson, LeJoie Seating, Ti 22 Performance, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley’s Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Carney dominates West Texas ASCS 305 opener

EL PASO, Texas (January 25, 2014) While the most of the country is in the dead of winter, a dozen ASCS 305cid drivers took to the sandy clay of the El Paso Speedway Park for $1,000 to win on Saturday with John Carney II taking the DGS Motorsports No. 74B to his tenth victory in MVT West Texas ASCS 305cid competition.

Earning the pole of the night’s 25 lap feature, Carney jumped to the point at the start and left all but one a lap down. Third starting Royal Jones denied Carney the perfect record of lapping the field off the final turn with Wes Wofford on the final podium step from sixth. Mike Wells and Amarillo's Rick Lovelady completed the top five.

The MVT West Texas ASCS 305cid Region resumes competition with the Southwest ASCS 305cid Shootout at the El Paso Speedway Park on March 14 and Southern New Mexico Speedway on March 15 with each night worth $3,000 to the winner.

MVT West Texas ASCS 305cid presented by Border International El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, Texas Saturday, January 25, 2014

Car Count: 12

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 131-Royal Jones; 2. 74B-John Carney II; 3. 27-Cesar Fuentes; 4. 18-Lorne Wofford; 5. 56-Mike Wells; 6. 19-Wes Wofford; 7. 3D-Don Reynolds; 8. 2-Tyler Jackson; 9. 7-Rick Lovelady; 10. 98-Jerry Gonzalez; 11. 99.5-Derek Demartino; 12. 6U-Anton Salopek

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 74B-John Carney II[1]; 2. 131-Royal Jones[3]; 3. 19-Wes Wofford[6]; 4. 56-Mike Wells[4]; 5. 7-Rick Lovelady[9]; 6. 27-Cesar Fuentes[2]; 7. 98-Jerry Gonzalez[10]; 8. 18-Lorne Wofford[5]; 9. 3D-Don Reynolds[8]; 10. 2-Tyler Jackson[7]; 11. 99.5-Derek Demartino[12]; 12. 6U-Anton Salopek[11]

Leader(s): John Carney II (1-25)

 

 

 

2014 ASCS Gulf South Schedule Unveiled



TULSA, Okla. (January 21, 2104) The Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region will embark on their 13 year of competition with a bi-weekly schedule of 27 dates in south Texas and Louisiana.



Beaumont’s Golden Triangle Raceway Park will lead the schedule on March 14 with the track first of four dates on the 2014 lineup. Royal Purple Raceway follows with the first of three nights for the year at the Baytown oval.



Overall, the Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region will visit 11 facilities in 2014.



Bronco Speedway in Cleveland, Texas joins the schedule for the first time with races on May 3 and July 19. For the first time since 2012, the series returns to Louisiana with Leesville 171 Speedway scheduled for August 31.



Long time facility Battleground Speedway in Highlands, Texas has scheduled to host the Gulf South Region the most in 2014 with five appearances.



With shows paying no less than $2,000 to win, with select events going to $2,500 to win, a pair of three-day weekends will also add extra incentive in May and July. Starting at the Cotton Bowl Speedway in Paige, Texas on May 23, the weekend follows with Shady Oaks Speedway in Goliad, and caps off with the South Texas Speedway in Corpus Christi. July 3 begins a three day run again at the Cotton Bowl Speedway the follows with South Texas Speedway before the weekend finale at the high-banked Battleground Speedway on July 5.



Both three day swings will offer a $500 bonus to any driver who can win two out of the three consecutive nights. If any driver can sweep the either of the three day runs, they will receive a $1,000 bonus.



A single TBA is on the schedule as Regional Director, Keith Johnson, looks for an event to pair with Leesville 171 Speedway on August 30. Updates to the 2014 Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Regional schedule will be posted to http://www.ascsracing.com



The 2013 season saw 88 drivers taking part in at least one Gulf South Regional event. Ray Allen Kulhanek enters the 2014 season as the series defending champion, winning by a margin of 13 points over Aaron Reutzel to claim his fourth consecutive, and fifth regional title since 2005.



2014 Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Regional Schedule

3/14/2014-Golden Triangle Raceway Park - Beaumont, TX

3/15/2014-Royal Purple Raceway - Baytown, TX

4/4/2014-Battleground Speedway - Highlands, TX

4/5/2014-Battleground Speedway - Highlands, TX

4/18/2014-Heart O' Texas Speedway - Waco, TX

4/19/2014-Gator Motorplex - Willis, TX

5/2/2014-Golden Triangle Raceway Park - Beaumont, TX

5/3/2014-Bronco Raceway Park - Cleveland, TX

5/17/2014-Battleground Speedway - Highlands, TX

5/23/2014-Cotton Bowl Speedway - Paige, TX

5/24/2014-Shady Oaks Speedway - Goliad, TX

5/25/2014-South Texas Speedway - Corpus Christi, TX

6/6/2014-Heart O' Texas Speedway - Waco, TX

6/7/2014-Gator Motorplex - Willis, TX

6/20/2014-Golden Triangle Raceway Park - Beaumont, TX

6/21/2014-Royal Purple Raceway - Baytown, TX

7/3/2014-Cotton Bowl Speedway - Paige, TX

7/4/2014-South Texas Speedway - Corpus Christi, TX

7/5/2014-Battleground Speedway - Highlands, TX

7/18/2014-Golden Triangle Raceway Park - Beaumont, TX

7/19/2014-Bronco Raceway Park - Cleveland, TX

8/15/2014-Heart O' Texas Speedway - Waco, TX-(Gulf South vs. Lone Star)

8/16/2014-Devil's Bowl Speedway - Mesquite, TX-(Gulf South vs. Lone Star)

8/30/2014-Leesville 171 Speedway - Leesville, LA

8/31/2014-TBA - TBA, LA

9/13/2014-Royal Purple Raceway - Baytown, TX

9/27/2014-Battleground Speedway - Highlands, TX

**Schedule subject to change without notice


 

 

ASCS Sooner Region looks for 23 dates in 2014


 

TULSA, Okla. (January 21, 2014) Taking events into Oklahoma, Missouri, Texas, and Kansas the American Bank of Oklahoma Sooner Region, pending the release of other lineups, will visit more states than any other regional series of the ASCS Nation in 2014.


 

Beginning in April at the Oklahoma/Arkansas border with the West Siloam Speedway in West Siloam Springs, Okla. the series has confirmed 20 dates with an additional three still in the works, according to series director, Terry Mattox.


 

Ten facilities are scheduled to host the Sooner Region with events held in conjunction with the Speedway Motors Warrior Region, Smiley’s Racing Products Lone Star Region, Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour, and NCRA in 2014.


 

TBJ Promotions will provide a pair of date for the Sooner Region in 2014. With the closure of the Great American Dirt Track in Jetmore, Kan. the Steve King Memorial will be split among two Kansas ovals with Tommie Estes, Jr. taking the first round to Dodge City Raceway Park on Saturday, June 28 followed by C. Ray Hall on Sunday, June 29 at the 81-Speedway in Park City. Both nights of competition will be co-sanctioned with NCRA.


 

The 2014 season marks the thirteenth year of competition for the American Bank of Oklahoma Sooner Region. The 2013 season welcomed 122 drivers with Matt Covington taking his second consecutive title. Updates to the 2014 Sooner Regional lineup will be posted to http://www.ascsracing.com.


 

2014 American Bank of Oklahoma Sooner Region Schedule

4/13/2014-West Siloam Speedway - West Siloam Springs, OK
4/19/2014-Springfield Raceway - Springfield, MO (Sooner vs. Warrior)
4/25/2014-Outlaw Motorsports Park - Wainwright, OK*

5/2/2014-Creek County Speedway - Sapulpa, OK
5/3/2014-Lawton Speedway - Lawton, OK
5/17/2014-Devil's Bowl Speedway - Mesquite, TX (Sooner vs. Lone Star)
5/30/2014-TBA - TBA, OK
5/31/2014-TBA - TBA, OK

6/18/2014-Lawton Speedway - Lawton, OK*
6/19/2014-Creek County Speedway - Sapulpa, OK*
6/20/2014-West Siloam Speedway - West Siloam Springs, OK*
6/28/2014-Dodge City Raceway Park - Dodge City, KS (Sooner vs. NCRA)
6/29/2014-81 Speedway - Park City, KS (Sooner vs. NCRA)

7/4/2014-Outlaw Motor Speedway - Wainwright, OK
7/18/2014-Creek County Speedway - Sapulpa, OK
7/19/2014-Lawton Speedway - Lawton, OK

8/15/2014-Salina Highbanks Speedway - Salina, OK*
8/22/2014-Lawton Speedway - Lawton, OK (Sooner vs. Lone Star)

9/12/2014-Outlaw Motor Speedway - Wainwright, OK
9/13/2014-West Siloam Speedway - West Siloam Springs, OK
9/19/2014-TBA - TBA, OK
9/20/2014-Texas Motor Speedway - Fort Worth, TX (Sooner vs. Lone Star)

10/4/2014-Outlaw Motorsports Park - Wainwright, OK*

*indicates events in conjunction with Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour
**Schedule subject to change without notice.


 

 

 

West Texas ASCS 305 set to kick off 2014 season

TULSA, Okla (January 21, 2014) The first event of the 2014 season for the ASCS Nation comes in the form of 305cid competition as the West Texas ASCS 305 Region opens their 2014 campaign at the El Paso Speedway Park in El Paso, Texas on Saturday, January 25.

The $1,000 to win event is a part of the inaugural NDRL Late Model event at the west Texas three-eighths mile oval. A three day event for the National Dirt Racing League, the West Texas ASCS 305 Region will highlight the Saturday lineup.

Saturday’s events will begin at Hot Laps at 5:00 P.M. (MT). According to El Paso Speedway Park officials, a $40 entry fee will be associated with the Saturday event. General Admission on Saturday, January 25 is $18 and can be purchased at the track. Combined tickets or all three day can be found online at http://www.thendrl.com/tickets.html.

For more information on events at the El Paso Speedway Park, log onto http://www.epspeedwaypark.com or call 915-791-8749.

The West Texas ASCS 305 Region is brought to you by Mesilla Valley Transportation and presented by Border International Truck Sales. For updates news, points, and to see the complete 2014 lineup, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com

 

 

Bryan Clauson Wins the Chili Bowl

TULSA, Okla. (January 18, 2014) Bryan Clauson felt good about his bid for victory in the 2014 edition of the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, and for good reason as the 2013 USAC National Champion finally broke through for his first Golden Driller; seen live on MAVTV for the first time.

“I’m just really relieved I didn’t throw it away because these guys are really good,” said Clauson.“I said it last night in the Press Conference that I felt like I had a car that could compete for the win tonight from the time we unloaded the car. It was really going to be a matter of not burying ourselves.”

Jumping to second on the start, Clauson pursued Caleb Armstrong for the lead early on.

Looking low on the fourth round with no success, Clauson regrouped with an inside line pass the following lap. Leaving Armstrong to contend with Christopher Bell, the driver of the Keith Kunz No. 97 continually worked the inside line, looking for a hole to squeeze through, but to no avail.

Green until Lap 13, the caution lights blinked on for Thomas Meseraull, who rolled to a stop after the engine gave up entering turn three. Damion Gardner forced the caution on the restart, going upside down through turn two. Both drivers were okay.

Racing to second on the restart, Christopher Bell began working high as the cushion began coming to life.

Losing third to Jonathan Beason on Lap 18, Caleb Armstrong began feeling the pressure from Sammy Swindell. A four car race for the podium step between Beason, Armstrong, Swindell, and fifteenth starting Kyle Larson, things took a turn as the field worked on the twenty-fifth lap. Looking low on Swindell entering the back straight-a-way, Larson and Sammy came together with Larson’s No. 71k climbing the left side tires of Swindell, sending the California driver nose down on the left front, as Sammy’s car cut hard to the left, putting the No. 1 into the infield, and a lap down as Sammy re-entered just before turn one.

Holding sixth as Alex Schutte skunk by for fifth in the mayhem, Larson’s night ended with his Toyota power running out on Lap 29. Cracking the top ten on Lap 17 after transferring from a B-Feature, Kevin Swindell moved to the top five as Larson’s engine expired.

Moving around the racing surface, Swindell worked by Armstrong for fourth on a Lap 30 restart, and then third on Lap 31 when Beason tripped over the right-front through turns one and two.

Going for the slide job on Bell on Lap 38, Bell countered and blocked the next charge.

Working back up on Clauson as slower traffic approached, the caution displayed again with 12 to go.

Rolling high on Bell for second, Swindell opened the inside line for Rico Abreu. Swapping the final podium step over the next few laps, Swindell gained the advantage over the Abreu Vineyards No. 67 who ended up spinning on Lap 48.

Glued to Bell on the restart, it was slide jobs in every corner with Bell able to drive back under Swindell after every attempt.

Caution for Jerry Coons, Jr. who went upside down with seven to go, the restart saw Clauson pull away as the race for second continued. Driving deep into the third turn on Lap 48, Kevin pitched for the slide, with the two running out of real-estate and nearly stalling on the track before finally getting back to speed.

Given a sizable advantage with laps going away, Bryan Clauson’s advantage at the line was 1.556 seconds. Swindell’s performance from fourteenth made him the Excel Therapy Hard Charger of the Week, advancing position 49 times. Christopher Bell crossing third marks his best performance in the Chili Bowl.

Pennsylvania’s Alex Bright advance from twelfth to fourth with tenth starting Dave Darland completing the top five.

Meeting face-to-face with Keith Kunz in the infield, Swindell commented on the confrontation in the post-race press conference, “It was nothing that bad. I think all the people, aside from me and Christopher made it a bigger deal than what it really was. I was just a little frustrated.”

Bell shared a similar sentiment, “Everyone knew Kevin was a little frustrated with me. There after the checkered, we were kind of swerving at each other. I didn’t know how frustrated he was with me but the people, like he said, made it a bigger deal.”

The 28th Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire saw the record for driver attendance tied at 281 set in 2009. Saturday’s alphabet saw the longest streak of advances at three with Brent Beauchamp, J.J. Yeley, Ricky Stenhouse, Jr., and Seth Motsinger each advancing through three features.

Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. was Saturday’s overall Hard Charger with 23 passes to his credit. The 2014 Chili Bowl Rookie of the Year came down to the B-Features. Parker Price-Miller who finished eleventh in the second B-Feature earned the honor over Tanner Thorson who placed fourteenth in the first B-Feature.

The day’s K-Features were won by Domain Ramsay and Cole Wood. J-Feature winners were Dylan Peterson and Matt Johnson. I-Features went to Seth Motsinger and Critter Malone. Robby Parish and Brenden Bright topped the H-Features. Jason Johnson and Ryan Beechler each earned G-Feature wins with Mike Goodman and Kevin Thomas, Jr. splitting the F-Features.

Matt Westfall and Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. topped the E-Features with Stenhouse being the only driver to earn two wins in the alphabet on Saturday, topping the second D-Feature. J.J. Yeley earned the win in the first D-Feature.

C-Features went to Brandon Waelti and Tim Crawley. B-Features went to Rico Abreu and Kevin Swindell.

The 29th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire is scheduled to take place January 13-17, 2015. Ticket information will be posted to http://www.chilibowl.com as soon as the information is available.

Saturday’s Lucas Oil Championship Night Results

Lucas Oil A Feature

A Feature (55 Laps): 1. 63-Bryan Clauson[3]; 2. 39-Kevin Swindell[14]; 3. 97-Christopher Bell[2]; 4. 77-Alex Bright[12]; 5. 17R-Dave Darland[10]; 6. 47X-Tim McCreadie[8]; 7. 21-Daryn Pittman[17]; 8. 8J-Jonathan Beason[4]; 9. 3-Chris Windom[9]; 10. 15X-Chad Boat[18]; 11. 67K-Rico Abreu[13]; 12. 24-Tracy Hines[22]; 13. 5D-Zach Daum[5]; 14. 1-Sammy Swindell[6]; 15. 05-Brad Loyet[20]; 16. (DNF) 7M-Kevin Ramey[24]; 17. (DNF) 17K-Alex Schutte[19]; 18. (DNF) 5-Jerry Coons Jr[21]; 19. (DNF) 7C-Caleb Armstrong[1]; 20. (DNF) 63NZ-Michael Pickens[11]; 21. (DNF) 56L-Danny Stratton[16]; 22. (DNF) 71K-Kyle Larson[15]; 23. (DNF) 47-Damion Gardner[7]; 24. (DNF) 16-Thomas Meseraull[23]

Lap Leader(s): Caleb Armstrong (1-5), Clauson (6-55)

B-Features: Top 6 advance to the A-Feature.

B Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 67K-Rico Abreu[1]; 2. 71K-Kyle Larson[4]; 3. 21-Daryn Pittman[2]; 4. 17K-Alex Schutte[6]; 5. 5-Jerry Coons Jr[9]; 6. 16-Thomas Meseraull[8]; 7. 56J-Darren Hagen[14]; 8. 26-Shane Golobic[5]; 9. 11A-Andrew Felker[7]; 10. 57M-Matt Mitchell[10]; 11. 1ST-J.J. Yeley[20]; 12. 31B-Travis Berryhill[13]; 13. 15D-Andrew Deal[11]; 14. 67-Tanner Thorson[18]; 15. 7JM-Joey Moughan[12]; 16. 15W-Brandon Waelti[15]; 17. 21K-Cory Kruseman[19]; 18. 44-Don Droud Jr[16]; 19. (DNF) 25B-Steve Buckwalter[3]; 20. (DNF) 39R-Dillon Welch[17]

B Feature 2 (20 Laps): 1. 39-Kevin Swindell[1]; 2. 56L-Danny Stratton[5]; 3. 15X-Chad Boat[8]; 4. 05-Brad Loyet[3]; 5. 24-Tracy Hines[9]; 6. 7M-Kevin Ramey[13]; 7. 10-Brad Kuhn[7]; 8. 91T-Tyler Thomas[17]; 9. 99-Brady Bacon[14]; 10. 51J-R.J. Johnson[10]; 11. 9P-Parker Price-Miller[18]; 12. 11-Chase Stockon[19]; 13. 51S-Mike Spencer[12]; 14. 56R-Ryan Bernal[4]; 15. 05T-Gary Taylor[2]; 16. (DNF) 71C-Shane Cottle[6]; 17. (DNF) 4J-Tim Crawley[15]; 18. (DNF) 39T-Payton Pierce[11]; 19. (DNF) 66-Shane Cockrum[20]; 20. (DNF) 93-Dustin Morgan[16]

C-Features: Top 6 advance to corresponding B-Feature.

C Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 15W-Brandon Waelti[1]; 2. 44-Don Droud Jr[4]; 3. 39R-Dillon Welch[2]; 4. 67-Tanner Thorson[14]; 5. 21K-Cory Kruseman[6]; 6. 1ST-J.J. Yeley[15]; 7. 19S-Richard VanderWeerd[11]; 8. 5E-James Edens[18]; 9. 15-Tim Siner[9]; 10. 11CA-Chris Andrews[20]; 11. 88-Terry Babb[10]; 12. 68-Ronnie Gardner[17]; 13. 55F-Taylor Ferns[12]; 14. 85S-Shane Hollingsworth[16]; 15. 8V-Jace VanderWeerd[13]; 16. 81-Heath Duinkerken[19]; 17. (DNF) 17S-Dominic Scelzi[7]; 18. (DNF) 8K-Frank Flud[5]; 19. (DNF) 8L-Harli White[3]; 20. (DNF) 2ND-Jeb Sessums[8]

C Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 4J-Tim Crawley[2]; 2. 93-Dustin Morgan[1]; 3. 91T-Tyler Thomas[4]; 4. 9P-Parker Price-Miller[7]; 5. 11-Chase Stockon[5]; 6. 66-Shane Cockrum[3]; 7. 6-Ricky Stenhouse Jr[15]; 8. 57B-Chad Boespflug[9]; 9. 11W-Tyler Courtney[20]; 10. 7B-Austin Brown[8]; 11. 2ST-Jon Stanbrough[19]; 12. 73X-Trey Marcham[11]; 13. 35S-Matt Sherrell[13]; 14. 73N-Nic Faas[12]; 15. 5C-Colten Cottle[18]; 16. 39C-Joey Saldana[6]; 17. 38-Billy Wease[14]; 18. 3T-Tim Barber[17]; 19. (DNF) 55-Nick Knepper[16]; 20. (DNF) 50-Daniel Adler[10]

D-Features: Top 6 advance to corresponding C-Feature.

D Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 1ST-J.J. Yeley[1]; 2. 85S-Shane Hollingsworth[6]; 3. 68-Ronnie Gardner[2]; 4. 5E-James Edens[11]; 5. 81-Heath Duinkerken[3]; 6. 11CA-Chris Andrews[9]; 7. 37-Brady Short[7]; 8. 45X-Johnny Herrera[13]; 9. 98-P.J. Jones[12]; 10. 57D-Daniel Robinson[18]; 11. 1K-Trevor Kobylarz[14]; 12. 14W-Matt Westfall[15]; 13. 91B-Kevin Bayer[16]; 14. 17E-Blake Edwards[4]; 15. 33H-Cameron Hagin[17]; 16. 91S-Jeff Stasa[5]; 17. (DNF) 1W-Paul White[8]; 18. (DNF) 84B-Bobby Michnowicz[10]

D Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 6-Ricky Stenhouse Jr[15]; 2. 55-Nick Knepper[7]; 3. 3T-Tim Barber[9]; 4. 5C-Colten Cottle[3]; 5. 2ST-Jon Stanbrough[8]; 6. 11W-Tyler Courtney[14]; 7. 5N-Jeffrey Newell[4]; 8. 19-Steven Drevicki[6]; 9. 7L-Layne Himebaugh[13]; 10. 62-Taylor Simas[1]; 11. 21AJ-A.J. Hopkins[12]; 12. 4AU-Mathew Smith[10]; 13. 33-Davey Ray[18]; 14. 6RR-Joe Liguori[16]; 15. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[5]; 16. 52C-Isaac Chapple[17]; 17. (DNF) 7A-Dalton Armstrong[2]; 18. (DNF) 8-Alex Sewell[11]

E-Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding D-Feature.

E Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 14W-Matt Westfall[1]; 2. 91B-Kevin Bayer[2]; 3. 33H-Cameron Hagin[5]; 4. 57D-Daniel Robinson[3]; 5. 55B-Brian Shirley[4]; 6. 96-Cody Brewer[9]; 7. 45W-C.J. Johnson[8]; 8. 37T-William Gould[12]; 9. 77K-Kevin Olson[16]; 10. 75X-Landon Simon[10]; 11. 17J-Chase Johnson[15]; 12. 32D-Danny Jennings[14]; 13. (DNF) 31-David Budres[7]; 14. (DNF) 71S-Sheldon Haudenschild[6]; 15. (DNF) 22-Mike Goodman[13]; 16. (DNF) 5S-Kyle Steffens[11]

E Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 6-Ricky Stenhouse Jr[2]; 2. 6RR-Joe Liguori[5]; 3. 52C-Isaac Chapple[3]; 4. 33-Davey Ray[10]; 5. 12K-Josh Lakatos[12]; 6. 6J-Joe Stornetta[15]; 7. 93H-Harley Hollan[9]; 8. 2-Kevin Thomas Jr[13]; 9. 2A-Hunter Schuerenberg[8]; 10. 59E-Dex Eaton[11]; 11. 87-Dave Camfield Jr.[16]; 12. 7F-Sean McClelland[14]; 13. 37X-Michael Faccinto[7]; 14. 4-Bobby East[4]; 15. 27R-Kyle O'Gara[6]; 16. 76M-Brad Noffsinger[1]

F-Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding E-Feature.

F Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 22-Mike Goodman[4]; 2. 32D-Danny Jennings[3]; 3. 17J-Chase Johnson[5]; 4. 77K-Kevin Olson[2]; 5. 83P-Wes McIntyre[11]; 6. 1T-Tony Roney[9]; 7. 43-Dakoda Armstrong[6]; 8. 82H-Mike Hess[15]; 9. 21H-Ty Hulsey[10]; 10. 83-Hannah Adair[1]; 11. 20-Tadd Holliman[7]; 12. 80-Josh Hawkins[16]; 13. 57K-Kevin Studley[14]; 14. 8OK-Gage Walker[12]; 15. 05J-Jason Johnson[13]; 16. (DNF) 87F-Brian McClelland[8]

F Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 2-Kevin Thomas Jr[3]; 2. 7F-Sean McClelland[1]; 3. 6J-Joe Stornetta[4]; 4. 87-Dave Camfield Jr.[12]; 5. 25J-Matt Juhl[2]; 6. 81B-Ryan Beechler[13]; 7. 43B-Brent Beauchamp[16]; 8. 4R-Ryan Greth[8]; 9. 82-Eric Johnson[5]; 10. 71-Kasey Kahne[14]; 11. 6A-David Gough[15]; 12. 35H-Tyson Hall[11]; 13. 24L-C.J. Leary[7]; 14. 2X-Ryan Hall[9]; 15. (DNF) 4A-Aaron Pierce[10]; 16. (DNF) 35T-Tyler Robbins[6]

G-Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding F-Feature.

G Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 05J-Jason Johnson[2]; 2. 57K-Kevin Studley[4]; 3. 82H-Mike Hess[6]; 4. 80-Josh Hawkins[7]; 5. 55D-Nick Drake[12]; 6. 23-Jimmy Light[10]; 7. 7K-Robby Parish[13]; 8. 10J-John Hunt[9]; 9. 15B-Danny Burke[1]; 10. 68M-Tyler Edwards[14]; 11. 5$-Danny Smith[5]; 12. 1R-Robby Larson[8]; 13. 2M-Seth Motsinger[16]; 14. 17-Michael Koontz[15]; 15. 2$-Stuart Snyder[11]; 16. (DNF) 94-Darren Kingston[3]

G Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 81B-Ryan Beechler[4]; 2. 71-Kasey Kahne[11]; 3. 6A-David Gough[2]; 4. 43B-Brent Beauchamp[15]; 5. 37F-Chris Guinn[1]; 6. 71X-Jac Haudenschild[14]; 7. 92-Brenden Bright[13]; 8. 11XS-Donovan Peterson[7]; 9. 12J-Jay Mounce[3]; 10. 69-A.J. Fike[10]; 11. 7-Shannon McQueen[16]; 12. 56X-Mark Chisholm[6]; 13. 4G-Bill Jackson[8]; 14. (DNF) 37K-Steve Brown[9]; 15. (DNF) 31M-Ray Seach[12]; 16. (DNF) 86-Chris Ennis[5]

H-Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding G-Feature.

H Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 7K-Robby Parish[1]; 2. 68M-Tyler Edwards[10]; 3. 17-Michael Koontz[2]; 4. 2M-Seth Motsinger[13]; 5. 7N-D.J. Netto[14]; 6. 7JR-J.D. Black[5]; 7. 24T-Jason Tyer[15]; 8. (DNF) 0G-Glenn Styres[16]; 9. (DNF) 91W-Mickey Walker[4]; 10. (DNF) 11B-Josh Baughman[12]; 11. (DNF) 87R-Jeff Flesher[9]; 12. (DNF) 59-Kaley Engstrom[3]; 13. (DNF) 8C-Kris Schudy[11]; 14. (DNF) 12S-Bryan Severs[8]; DNS 91-Dereck King; DNS 2B-Bill Balog

H Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 92-Brenden Bright[1]; 2. 71X-Jac Haudenschild[11]; 3. 43B-Brent Beauchamp[3]; 4. 7-Shannon McQueen[4]; 5. 19P-Patrick Stasa[6]; 6. 7X-Critter Malone[13]; 7. 0B-Tyler Brehm[8]; 8. 7J-Shawn Jackson[2]; 9. 13AU-Matt Hunter[7]; 10. 1JR-Joe Ramaker[15]; 11. 24K-Bradley Morris[16]; 12. 44C-Clint Schubert[14]; 13. 84-Scotty Smith[9]; DNS 6R-Jody Rosenboom; DNS 9D-Sean Dodenhoff; 16. DQ 11C-Chett Gehrke[10]

I-Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding H-Feature.

I Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 2M-Seth Motsinger[1]; 2. 7N-D.J. Netto[6]; 3. 24T-Jason Tyer[4]; 4. 0G-Glenn Styres[2]; 5. 35L-Cody Ledger[9]; 6. 79J-Jacob Patton[8]; 7. 14E-Eric Fenton[12]; 8. 87C-Coby Hughes[16]; 9. 10B-Thomas Briggs[11]; 10. 95-Jim Radney[14]; 11. 40-Andy Huston[10]; 12. 25-Dylan Peterson[13]; 13. 11F-Floyd Alvis[7]; 14. 1OU-A.J. Burns[5]; 15. (DNF) 19W-Dan Parker[3]; 16. (DNF) 20X-Jimmy Harris[15]

I Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 7X-Critter Malone[4]; 2. 44C-Clint Schubert[1]; 3. 1JR-Joe Ramaker[8]; 4. 24K-Bradley Morris[7]; 5. 14R-John Klabunde[3]; 6. 14D-David McIntosh[2]; 7. 2S-Stratton Briggs[6]; 8. 10C-Dalton Camfield[16]; 9. 31E-Evan Sewell[10]; 10. 21N-Nick Speidel[12]; 11. 85-Matt Johnson[13]; 12. 2J-Zach Blurton[9]; 13. 4X-Shawn Petersen[14]; 14. 6C-Matt Fox[11]; 15. 0K-Don O'Keefe Jr[15]; 16. (DNF) 20S-Shon Deskins[5]

J-Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding I-Feature.

J Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 25-Dylan Peterson[1]; 2. 95-Jim Radney[7]; 3. 20X-Jimmy Harris[5]; 4. 87C-Coby Hughes[2]; 5. 71AU-Domain Ramsay[13]; 6. 51X-Michael Curtis[9]; 7. 49JR-Dan Hillberg[12]; 8. 9U-Doug McCune[4]; 9. 7S-Kory Schudy[10]; 10. 6D-Jesse Denome[8]; 11. 27C-Kip Hughes[16]; 12. 21D-Justin Dickerson[6]; 13. 7RS-Scott Crystal[3]; 14. (DNF) 19C-Rusty Carlile[14]; 15. (DNF) 05P-Ryan Pace[11]; DNS 73-Jason McDougal

J Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 85-Matt Johnson[2]; 2. 4X-Shawn Petersen[3]; 3. 0K-Don O'Keefe Jr[1]; 4. 10C-Dalton Camfield[6]; 5. 16C-David Camfield[5]; 6. 86S-Danny Smith[8]; 7. 17W-Cole Wood[13]; 8. 5A-Peter Palazzolo[7]; 9. 33A-Stephen Arnold[4]; 10. D6-Dakota Gains[14]; 11. 10W-George White[16]; 12. 44D-Philip Dietz[9]; 13. 71M-Brandon Matus[15]; 14. 1B-Bobby Brewer[12]; DNS 25M-Derrick Myers; DNS 20B-Carey Becker

K-Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding J-Feature.

K Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 71AU-Domain Ramsay[1]; 2. 19C-Rusty Carlile[3]; 3. 73-Jason McDougal[15]; 4. 27C-Kip Hughes[2]; 5. 33D-Lee Dakus[6]; 6. 14-Tony Rossi[11]; 7. 05H-Justin Hendricks[7]; 8. 11D-Dustin Hapka[4]; 9. 69B-Randy Boyer[9]; 10. 29S-Brian Harvey[12]; 11. 28-Greg Fitzpatrick[13]; 12. (DNF) 7D-Michelle Decker[10]; 13. (DNF) 3H-Bubba Hunt[8]; 14. (DNF) 56XX-Lance Bennett[16]; DNS 14K-Kyle Bellm; DNS 0-Johnny Murdock

K Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 17W-Cole Wood[4]; 2. D6-Dakota Gains[14]; 3. 71M-Brandon Matus[5]; 4. 10W-George White[12]; 5. 0C-Chris Stockham[9]; 6. 31J-Jimmy Elledge[2]; 7. 9M-Cory Mallo[15]; 8. 5K-Tucker Klaasmeyer[1]; 9. 22AZ-Rick Shuman[11]; 10. 4F-Chad Frewaldt[3]; 11. 8CK-David Garbo Jr.[6]; 12. 69M-Mike Miller[17]; 13. 4M-Andee Beierle[10]; DNS 27-J.J. Hickle; DNS 19R-Randy Woodside; DNS 57X-Tim Kent

L-Features: Top 8 advance. Odd finish to K-Feature 1 / Even finish to K-Feature 2.

L Feature 1: 1. 28-Greg Fitzpatrick[1]; 2. D6-Dakota Gains[2]; 3. 9M-Cory Mallo[4]; 4. 0-Johnny Murdock[5]; 5. 73-Jason McDougal[7]; 6. 56XX-Lance Bennett[11]; 7. 57X-Tim Kent[12]; 8. 69M-Mike Miller[16]; DNS 11XC-Steve Newman; DNS 11H-Garett Hood; DNS 6M-Justin Mallo; DNS 3F-Ned Fry; DNS 83J-Jonathan Halford; DNS 32-Casey Shuman; DNS 3E-Kody Swanson; DNS 14C-Paul Nienhiser; DNS 75-Justin GrantRace removed as all but 8 scratched....Finish posted in order by lineup of transfers that remained, then order of DNS based on scheduled starting position.

 

 

Saturday - Lucas Oil Championship Night - Line-ups / Results

In an effort to keep fans informed on their favorite drivers during the 28th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, officials will be posting line-ups, results, and other updates to the Chili Bowl’s social media streams. All results posted are unofficial.

Updates will also be made to the Chili Bowl website. Results are not official until the release of the nightly re-cap.

 

Lucas Oil A Feature

Line-up - 55 Laps

Start-Driver-Car
1-Caleb Armstrong-7C
2-Christopher Bell-97
3-Bryan Clauson-63
4-Jonathan Beason-8J
5-Zach Daum-5D
6-Sammy Swindell-1
7-Damion Gardner-47
8-Tim McCreadie-47X
9-Chris Windom-3
10-Dave Darland-17R
11-Michael Pickens-63NZ
12-Alex Bright-77

B-Features: Top 6 advance to the A-Feature.

B Feature 1: Line-up (Top 6 advance)

20 laps

Start-Driver-Car
1-Rico Abreu-67K
2-Daryn Pittman-21
3-Steve Buckwalter-25B
4-Kyle Larson-71K
5-Shane Golobic-26
6-Alex Schutte-17K
7-Andrew Felker-11A
8-Thomas Meseraull-16
9-Jerry Coons Jr-5
10-Matt Mitchell-57M
11-Andrew Deal-15D
12-J.D. Black-7JR
13-Travis Berryhill-31B
14-Darren Hagen-56J

B Feature 2: Line-up (Top 6 advance)

20 laps

Start-Driver-Car
1-Kevin Swindell-39
2-Gary Taylor-05T
3-Brad Loyet-5
4-Ryan Bernal-56R
5-Danny Stratton-56L
6-Shane Cottle-71C
7-Brad Kuhn-10
8-Chad Boat-15X
9-Tracy Hines-24
10-R.J. Johnson-51J
11-Payton Pierce-39T
12-Mike Spencer-51S
13-Kevin Ramey-7M
14-Brady Bacon-99

C-Features: Top 6 advance to corresponding B-Feature.

C Feature 1: Line-up (Top 6 advance to B1)

15 laps

Start-Driver-Car
1-Brandon Waelti-15W
2-Dillon Welch-39R
3-Harli White-8L
4-Don Droud Jr-44
5-Frank Flud-8K
6-Cory Kruseman-21K
7-Dominic Scelzi-17S
8-Jeb Sessums-2ND
9-Tim Siner-15
10-Terry Babb-88
11-Richard VanderWeerd-19S
12-Taylor Ferns-55F
13-Jace VanderWeerd-8V
14-Tanner Thorson-67

C Feature 2: Line-up (Top 6 advance to B2)

15 laps

Start-Driver-Car
1-Dustin Morgan-93
2-Tim Crawley-4J
3-Shane Cockrum-66
4-Tyler Thomas-91T
5-Chase Stockon-11
6-Joey Saldana-39C
7-Parker Price-Miller-9P
8-Austin Brown-7B
9-Chad Boespflug-57B
10-Daniel Adler-50
11-Trey Marcham-73X
12-Nic Faas-73N
13-Matt Sherrell-35S
14-Billy Wease-38

D-Features: Top 6 advance to corresponding C-Feature.

D Feature 1: Line-up (Top 6 advance to C1)

15 laps

Start-Driver-Car
1-J.J. Yeley-1ST
2-Ronnie Gardner-68
3-Heath Duinkerken-81
4-Blake Edwards-17E
5-Jeff Stasa-91S
6-Shane Hollingsworth-85S
7-Brady Short-37
8-Paul White-1W
9-Chris Andrews-11CA
10-Bobby Michnowicz-84B
11-James Edens-5E
12-P.J. Jones-98
13-Johnny Herrera-45X
14-Trevor Kobylarz-1K

D Feature 2: Line-up (Top 6 advance to C2)

15 laps

Start-Driver-Car
1-Taylor Simas-62
2-Dalton Armstrong-7A
3-Colten Cottle-5C
4-Jeffrey Newell-5N
5-Sam Hafertepe Jr-15H
6-Steven Drevicki-19
7-Nick Knepper-55
8-Jon Stanbrough-2ST
9-Tim Barber-3T
10-Mathew Smith-4AU
11-Alex Sewell-8
12-A.J. Hopkins-21AJ
13-Layne Himebaugh-7L
14-Tyler Courtney-11W

E-Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding D-Feature.

E Feature 1: Line-up (Top 6 advance to D1)

10 laps

Start-Driver-Car
1-Matt Westfall-14W
2-Kevin Bayer-91B
3-Daniel Robinson-57D
4-Brian Shirley-55B
5-Cameron Hagin-33H
6-Sheldon Haudenschild-71S
7-David Budres-31
8-C.J. Johnson-45W
9-Cody Brewer-96
10-Landon Simon-75X
11-Kyle Steffens-5S
12-William Gould-37T

E Feature 2: Line-up (Top 4 advance to D2)

10 laps

Start-Driver-Car
1-Brad Noffsinger-76M
2-Ricky Stenhouse Jr-6
3-Isaac Chapple-52C
4-Bobby East-4
5-Joe Liguori-6RR
6-Kyle O'Gara-27R
7-Michael Faccinto-37X
8-Hunter Schuerenberg-2A
9-Harley Hollan-93H
10-Davey Ray-33
11-Dex Eaton-59E
12-Josh Lakatos-12K

F-Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding E-Feature.

F Feature 1: Line-up (Top 4 advance to E1)

10 laps

Start-Driver-Car
1-Hannah Adair-83
2-Kevin Olson-77K
3-Danny Jennings-32D
4-Mike Goodman-22
5-Chase Johnson-17J
6-Dakoda Armstrong-43
7-Tadd Holliman-20
8-Brian McClelland-87F
9-Tony Roney-1T
10-Ty Hulsey-21H
11-Wes McIntyre-83P
12-Gage Walker-8OK

F Feature 2: Line-up (Top 4 advance to E2)

10 laps

Start-Driver-Car
1-Sean McClelland-7F
2-Matt Juhl-25J
3-Kevin Thomas Jr-2
4-Joe Stornetta-6J
5-Eric Johnson-82
6-Tyler Robbins-35T
7-C.J. Leary-24L
8-Ryan Greth-4R
9-Ryan Hall-2X
10-Aaron Pierce-4A
11-Tyson Hall-35H
12-Dave Camfield Jr.-87

G-Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding F-Feature.

G Feature 1: Line-up (Top 4 advance to F1)

10 laps

Start-Driver-Car
1-Danny Burke-15B
2-Jason Johnson-05J
3-Darren Kingston-94
4-Kevin Studley-57K
5-Danny Smith-5$
6-Mike Hess-82H
7-Josh Hawkins-80
8-Robby Larson-1R
9-John Hunt-10J
10-Jimmy Light-23
11-Stuart Snyder-2$
12-Nick Drake-55D

G Feature 2: Line-up (Top 4 advance to F2)

10 laps

Start-Driver-Car
1-Chris Guinn-37F
2-David Gough-6A
3-Jay Mounce-12J
4-Ryan Beechler-81B
5-Chris Ennis-86
6-Mark Chisholm-56X
7-Donovan Peterson-11XS
8-Bill Jackson-4G
9-Steve Brown-37K
10-A.J. Fike-69
11-Kasey Kahne-71
12-Ray Seach-31M

H-Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding G-Feature.

H Feature 1: Line-up (Top 4 advance to G1)

10 laps

Start-Driver-Car
1-Robby Parish-7K
2-Michael Koontz-17
3-Kaley Engstrom-59
4-Mickey Walker-91W
5-J.D. Black-7JR
6-Bill Balog-2B
7-Dereck King-91
8-Bryan Severs-12S
9-Jeff Flesher-87R
10-Tyler Edwards-68M
11-Kris Schudy-8C
12-Josh Baughman-11B

H Feature 2: Line-up (Top 4 advance to G2)

10 laps

Start-Driver-Car
1-Brenden Bright-92
2-Shawn Jackson-7J
3-Brent Beauchamp-43B
4-Shannon McQueen-7
5-Jody Rosenboom-6R
6-Patrick Stasa-19P
7-Matt Hunter-13AU
8-Tyler Brehm-0B
9-Scotty Smith-84
10-Chett Gehrke-11C
11-Jac Haudenschild-71X
12-Sean Dodenhoff-9D

I-Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding H-Feature.

I Feature 1: Line-up (Top 4 advance to H1)

10 laps

Start-Driver-Car
1-Seth Motsinger-2M
2-Glenn Styres-0G
3-Dan Parker-19W
4-Jason Tyer-24T
5-A.J. Burns-1OU
6-D.J. Netto-7N
7-Floyd Alvis-11F
8-Jacob Patton-79J
9-Cody Ledger-35L
10-Andy Huston-40
11-Thomas Briggs-10B
12-Eric Fenton-14E

I Feature 2: Line-up (Top 4 advance to H2)

10 laps

Start-Driver-Car
1-Clint Schubert-44C
2-David McIntosh-14D
3-John Klabunde-14R
4-Critter Malone-7X
5-Shon Deskins-20S
6-Stratton Briggs-2S
7-Bradley Morris-24K
8-Joe Ramaker-1JR
9-Zach Blurton-2J
10-Evan Sewell-31E
11-Matt Fox-6C
12-Nick Speidel-21N

J-Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding I-Feature.

J Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 25-Dylan Peterson[1]; 2. 95-Jim Radney[7]; 3. 20X-Jimmy Harris[5]; 4. 87C-Coby Hughes[2]; 5. 71AU-Domain Ramsay[13]; 6. 51X-Michael Curtis[9]; 7. 49JR-Dan Hillberg[12]; 8. 9U-Doug McCune[4]; 9. 7S-Kory Schudy[10]; 10. 6D-Jesse Denome[8]; 11. 27C-Kip Hughes[16]; 12. 21D-Justin Dickerson[6]; 13. 7RS-Scott Crystal[3]; 14. (DNF) 19C-Rusty Carlile[14]; 15. (DNF) 05P-Ryan Pace[11]; DNS 73-Jason McDougal

J Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 85-Matt Johnson[2]; 2. 4X-Shawn Petersen[3]; 3. 0K-Don O'Keefe Jr[1]; 4. 10C-Dalton Camfield[6]; 5. 16C-David Camfield[5]; 6. 86S-Danny Smith[8]; 7. 17W-Cole Wood[13]; 8. 5A-Peter Palazzolo[7]; 9. 33A-Stephen Arnold[4]; 10. D6-Dakota Gains[14]; 11. 10W-George White[16]; 12. 44D-Philip Dietz[9]; 13. 71M-Brandon Matus[15]; 14. 1B-Bobby Brewer[12]; DNS 25M-Derrick Myers; DNS 20B-Carey Becker

K-Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding J-Feature.

K Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 71AU-Domain Ramsay[1]; 2. 19C-Rusty Carlile[3]; 3. 73-Jason McDougal[15]; 4. 27C-Kip Hughes[2]; 5. 33D-Lee Dakus[6]; 6. 14-Tony Rossi[11]; 7. 05H-Justin Hendricks[7]; 8. 11D-Dustin Hapka[4]; 9. 69B-Randy Boyer[9]; 10. 29S-Brian Harvey[12]; 11. 28-Greg Fitzpatrick[13]; 12. (DNF) 7D-Michelle Decker[10]; 13. (DNF) 3H-Bubba Hunt[8]; 14. (DNF) 56XX-Lance Bennett[16]; DNS 14K-Kyle Bellm; DNS 0-Johnny Murdock

K Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 17W-Cole Wood[4]; 2. D6-Dakota Gains[14]; 3. 71M-Brandon Matus[5]; 4. 10W-George White[12]; 5. 0C-Chris Stockham[9]; 6. 31J-Jimmy Elledge[2]; 7. 9M-Cory Mallo[15]; 8. 5K-Tucker Klaasmeyer[1]; 9. 22AZ-Rick Shuman[11]; 10. 4F-Chad Frewaldt[3]; 11. 8CK-David Garbo Jr.[6]; 12. 69M-Mike Miller[17]; 13. 4M-Andee Beierle[10]; DNS 27-J.J. Hickle; DNS 19R-Randy Woodside; DNS 57X-Tim Kent

L-Features: Top 8 advance. Odd finish to K-Feature 1 / Even finish to K-Feature 2.

L Feature 1: 1. 28-Greg Fitzpatrick[1]; 2. D6-Dakota Gains[2]; 3. 9M-Cory Mallo[4]; 4. 0-Johnny Murdock[5]; 5. 73-Jason McDougal[7]; 6. 56XX-Lance Bennett[11]; 7. 57X-Tim Kent[12]; 8. 69M-Mike Miller[16]; DNS 11XC-Steve Newman; DNS 11H-Garett Hood; DNS 6M-Justin Mallo; DNS 3F-Ned Fry; DNS 83J-Jonathan Halford; DNS 32-Casey Shuman; DNS 3E-Kody Swanson; DNS 14C-Paul Nienhiser; DNS 75-Justin GrantRace removed as all but 8 scratched....Finish posted in order by lineup of transfers that remained, then order of DNS based on scheduled starting position.

 

 

Clauson Storms to Vacuworx Qualifier Victory

TULSA, Okla. (January 17, 2014) Breaking a streak of first time preliminary night winners in the 28th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, Bryan Clauson blazed a trail to his second career prelim victory by topping Friday’s Vacuworx Global Qualifying Night.

“The thing was on rail, and has been on a rail since the time we unloaded on Monday. It was probably as good as I’ve felt in a race car here in the 10 years I’ve been coming,” was how Clauson summed up his Friday night run.

Amid questions about the car and the race, Clauson was also asked how he describes an event like the Chili Bowl to someone who has never attended. His reply placed the event in the highest regard.

“Maybe the only thing close to it is walking onto the grid for the Indy 500. The crowd, the beach balls, the craziness that’s going on is the Chili Bowl.”

In a car purposely tooled for the Chili Bowl by 1996 co-owner champion, Rusty Kunz, the Indiana driver gridded the Dooling Machine / Rusty Kunz No. 63 to the outside of the front row. Giving chase at the start, it would be the Bondio built No. 47x of Tim McCreadie getting the jump to the race lead.

Working the inside groove, the 2008 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Champion was able to advance to a half straight-a-way advantage in the first five laps. Pushing the cushion from the start, Clauson slowly adjusted how he attached the top, cheating the cushion more and more to begin keeping pace with McCreadie.

As the gap between the pair closed with slower traffic looming, Clauson’s disadvantage began disappearing rapidly as the bottom line began to slow. Working the ninth round, Clauson began pulling alongside McCreadie as the caution flew for Trevor Kobylarz who rolled to a stop exiting turn two.

With his line not revealed due to the caution, the restart saw McCreadie again roll the low-line as the Curb No. 63 sailed to the lead the following lap.

“The one nice thing about running with Tim is that he’s going to stay on the bottom as long as possible,” said Clauson. “I felt like we had a pretty good car early on. I kind of watched the track as the night went on and it seemed to always take five or six laps for the track to even out. When I jumped up and didn’t really go backwards I was pretty happy.”

Abandoning the bottom after losing the lead, McCreadie would have to contend with Dave Darland as the Indiana shoe felt the pressure from Daryn Pittman, who grabbed fourth away from Ryan Bernal on Lap 13.

Asked if there was anything he could have done to adjust as some point, the Late Model ace replied, “I don’t know, I just don’t know the cars well enough to know what to do all the time in the seat. It’s no secret I run the bottom here because I just feel like I’m going to wheelie too much up there and that’s what we focus on. All my other stuff, I’m probably the first guy to the cushion.”

Caution on Lap 15 just as Clauson was beginning to work slower traffic, the field ran single file to the cone with McCreadie trying low for the lead, but to no avail.

With Clauson quickly moving out of reach, McCreadie would have his hands full, with Dave Darland again mounting a charge. Taking a look on several occasions for the runner up spot, Darland would have to turn his attention elsewhere; holding off Daryn Pittman in the final laps.

With all challengers out of site, Bryan Clauson crossed the stripe with an advantage of 3.204 second.

Tim McCreadie took the second podium step with third coming into question as Pittman closed for a shot at third in the final corners. Edging out the Bob Hurley Ford No. 21, Darland kept a hold on the final transfer.

“I knew the red No. 21 car, Pittman, was right behind me, he showed his nose a couple of times,” said Darland. “On the very last enter in Turn three, he slid up almost into the side of me, almost in front of me. I was glad, and kind of lucky to hang onto third place there at the end. I am happy with a third place finish at this point.”

Running fifth entering the final turns, Tanner Thorson looped the Toyota No. 67k in the final turn. Collecting sixth running Ronnie Gardner in the process, Ryan Bernal was able to scramble by to complete the top five.

Forcing the caution after the leaders had taken the checkered flag, the split finish put the Thorson seventeenth, and Gardner eighteenth.

Tanner Thorson, Terry Babb, and Jeffery Newell were the only Rookies scheduled for Friday night to earn a spot in the A-Feature.

Bringing a close to qualifying nights for the 28th Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, 72 drivers drawing means the record for driver attendance, set in 2009, has been tied at 281. The possibility of a new record remains if drivers who drew, but were unable to compete, are able to make the call for Saturday’s opening features.

Stacking all the way to the “L” Main, the top three from each qualifying night’s A-Feature drew for their starting spot in Saturday’s 55 lap feature. Caleb Armstrong drew the pole for the championship event with Oklahoma’s Christopher Bell staring front-row, outside.

Complete lineups are posted at http://www.chilibowl.com/profile/schedule/results.aspx?r=43347&rt=sch

The Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire continues with Saturday’s finale presented by Lucas Oil. Races begin at 12:00 P.M. (CT) with Hot Laps at 11:00 A.M. Grandstands will open at 9:00 A.M.

For additional information, and complete line-ups for Saturday’s “alphabet soup”, log onto http://www.chilibowl.com.

Friday’s Vacuworx Global Qualifying Night Results

Heat Races: 8 Laps - Top 40 in Passing Points advance to Qualifiers.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 15X-Chad Boat[6]; 2. 7B-Austin Brown[4]; 3. 2$-Stuart Snyder[1]; 4. 94-Darren Kingston[3]; 5. 35H-Tyson Hall[2]; 6. 14-Tony Rossi[5]; 7. 10B-Thomas Briggs[8]; 8. (DNF) 19C-Rusty Carlile[7]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 63-Bryan Clauson[3]; 2. 71X-Jac Haudenschild[2]; 3. 68-Ronnie Gardner[6]; 4. 80-Josh Hawkins[7]; 5. 57D-Daniel Robinson[8]; 6. 5S-Kyle Steffens[5]; 7. 24K-Bradley Morris[1]; 8. (DNF) 69M-Mike Miller[4]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 67-Tanner Thorson[1]; 2. 73N-Nic Faas[2]; 3. 51S-Mike Spencer[4]; 4. 37X-Michael Faccinto[3]; 5. 91-Dereck King[8]; 6. 95-Jim Radney[6]; 7. 24L-C.J. Leary[7]; DNS 75-Justin Grant

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 91T-Tyler Thomas[1]; 2. 43B-Brent Beauchamp[4]; 3. 21K-Cory Kruseman[7]; 4. 20-Tadd Holliman[5]; 5. 22AZ-Rick Shuman[3]; 6. 19W-Dan Parker[8]; 7. (DNF) 0-Johnny Murdock[2]; 8. (DNF) 3E-Kody Swanson[6]....19W penalized at the finish for hitting the cone on a restart.

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 56J-Darren Hagen[4]; 2. 2ST-Jon Stanbrough[5]; 3. 52C-Isaac Chapple[6]; 4. 21AJ-A.J. Hopkins[2]; 5. 11XS-Donovan Peterson[1]; 6. 59-Kaley Engstrom[7]; 7. 6M-Justin Mallo[3]; 8. 6C-Matt Fox[8]

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 17R-Dave Darland[3]; 2. 85S-Shane Hollingsworth[5]; 3. 88-Terry Babb[1]; 4. 83P-Wes McIntyre[2]; 5. 57M-Matt Mitchell[8]; 6. 4F-Chad Frewaldt[4]; 7. 12J-Jay Mounce[6]; 8. 11F-Floyd Alvis[7]

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 56R-Ryan Bernal[3]; 2. 21-Daryn Pittman[6]; 3. 59E-Dex Eaton[1]; 4. 32D-Danny Jennings[5]; 5. 84B-Bobby Michnowicz[7]; 6. 5A-Peter Palazzolo[2]; 7. 05H-Justin Hendricks[4]; 8. 05P-Ryan Pace[8]

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 47X-Tim McCreadie[4]; 2. 13AU-Matt Hunter[1]; 3. 1K-Trevor Kobylarz[8]; 4. 71-Kasey Kahne[7]; 5. 19R-Randy Woodside[3]; 6. 31-David Budres[5]; 7. 9M-Cory Mallo[2]; 8. 7RS-Scott Crystal[6]

Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 39R-Dillon Welch[1]; 2. 5N-Jeffrey Newell[3]; 3. 17K-Alex Schutte[6]; 4. 8C-Kris Schudy[7]; 5. 25M-Derrick Myers[4]; 6. 4X-Shawn Petersen[8]; 7. 14R-John Klabunde[2]; 8. (DNF) 2-Kevin Thomas Jr[5]

C-Features: 12 Laps - Top 4 advance to corresponding B-Feature.

C Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 5S-Kyle Steffens[2]; 2. 11XS-Donovan Peterson[5]; 3. 24L-C.J. Leary[9]; 4. 59-Kaley Engstrom[3]; 5. 19W-Dan Parker[1]; 6. 24K-Bradley Morris[14]; 7. 10B-Thomas Briggs[7]; 8. 7RS-Scott Crystal[15]; 9. 5A-Peter Palazzolo[8]; 10. (DNF) 05P-Ryan Pace[11]; 11. (DNF) 19C-Rusty Carlile[13]; 12. (DNF) 19R-Randy Woodside[4]; 13. (DNF) 14-Tony Rossi[6]; 14. (DNF) 9M-Cory Mallo[12]; 15. (DNF) 6M-Justin Mallo[10]; DNS 69M-Mike Miller

C Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 2-Kevin Thomas Jr[15]; 2. 35H-Tyson Hall[4]; 3. 12J-Jay Mounce[8]; 4. 31-David Budres[6]; 5. 14R-John Klabunde[12]; 6. 11F-Floyd Alvis[13]; 7. 6C-Matt Fox[10]; 8. (DNF) 4X-Shawn Petersen[1]; 9. (DNF) 95-Jim Radney[5]; 10. (DNF) 25M-Derrick Myers[2]; 11. (DNF) 4F-Chad Frewaldt[7]; 12. (DNF) 05H-Justin Hendricks[9]; 13. (DNF) 22AZ-Rick Shuman[3]; 14. (DNF) 0-Johnny Murdock[11]; DNS 3E-Kody Swanson; DNS 75-Justin Grant

Qualifiers: 10 Laps - Top 16 in combined Heat Race and Qualifier points advance to A-Feature.

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 67-Tanner Thorson[2]; 2. 2ST-Jon Stanbrough[4]; 3. 57M-Matt Mitchell[8]; 4. 73N-Nic Faas[7]; 5. 88-Terry Babb[9]; 6. 94-Darren Kingston[10]; 7. 43B-Brent Beauchamp[3]; 8. 80-Josh Hawkins[1]; 9. (DNF) 15X-Chad Boat[6]; 10. (DNF) 1K-Trevor Kobylarz[5]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 63-Bryan Clauson[5]; 2. 68-Ronnie Gardner[3]; 3. 91T-Tyler Thomas[2]; 4. 71-Kasey Kahne[1]; 5. 85S-Shane Hollingsworth[4]; 6. 56J-Darren Hagen[6]; 7. 37X-Michael Faccinto[10]; 8. 13AU-Matt Hunter[7]; 9. 20-Tadd Holliman[8]; 10. (DNF) 59E-Dex Eaton[9]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 47X-Tim McCreadie[6]; 2. 17R-Dave Darland[5]; 3. 39R-Dillon Welch[2]; 4. 21K-Cory Kruseman[4]; 5. 51S-Mike Spencer[7]; 6. 21AJ-A.J. Hopkins[10]; 7. 91-Dereck King[9]; 8. 52C-Isaac Chapple[3]; 9. 32D-Danny Jennings[8]; 10. (DNF) 8C-Kris Schudy[1]

Qualifier 4 (12 Laps): 1. 56R-Ryan Bernal[5]; 2. 17K-Alex Schutte[3]; 3. 21-Daryn Pittman[6]; 4. 7B-Austin Brown[4]; 5. 5N-Jeffrey Newell[2]; 6. 84B-Bobby Michnowicz[9]; 7. 2$-Stuart Snyder[8]; 8. 83P-Wes McIntyre[10]; 9. 57D-Daniel Robinson[7]; 10. (DNF) 71X-Jac Haudenschild[1]

B-Main: 15 Laps - Top 4 advance to A-Feature.

B Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 51S-Mike Spencer[2]; 2. 85S-Shane Hollingsworth[1]; 3. 21AJ-A.J. Hopkins[5]; 4. 5N-Jeffrey Newell[3]; 5. 57D-Daniel Robinson[10]; 6. 37X-Michael Faccinto[6]; 7. 5S-Kyle Steffens[13]; 8. 32D-Danny Jennings[11]; 9. 24L-C.J. Leary[15]; 10. 83P-Wes McIntyre[9]; 11. 94-Darren Kingston[4]; 12. 11XS-Donovan Peterson[14]; 13. 2$-Stuart Snyder[7]; 14. 59-Kaley Engstrom[16]; 15. (DNF) 13AU-Matt Hunter[8]; 16. (DNF) 8C-Kris Schudy[12]

B Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 88-Terry Babb[1]; 2. 15X-Chad Boat[3]; 3. 1K-Trevor Kobylarz[8]; 4. 84B-Bobby Michnowicz[4]; 5. 52C-Isaac Chapple[7]; 6. 31-David Budres[16]; 7. 59E-Dex Eaton[11]; 8. 2-Kevin Thomas Jr[13]; 9. 20-Tadd Holliman[10]; 10. 35H-Tyson Hall[14]; 11. (DNF) 12J-Jay Mounce[15]; 12. (DNF) 80-Josh Hawkins[9]; 13. (DNF) 71-Kasey Kahne[2]; 14. (DNF) 43B-Brent Beauchamp[5]; 15. (DNF) 91-Dereck King[6]; 16. (DNF) 71X-Jac Haudenschild[12]

A-Feature: 25 Laps - Top 3 lock into Saturday's Championship Feature.

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 63-Bryan Clauson[2]; 2. 47X-Tim McCreadie[1]; 3. 17R-Dave Darland[4]; 4. 21-Daryn Pittman[5]; 5. 56R-Ryan Bernal[3]; 6. 17K-Alex Schutte[9]; 7. 15X-Chad Boat[20]; 8. 57M-Matt Mitchell[10]; 9. 51S-Mike Spencer[17]; 10. 56J-Darren Hagen[16]; 11. 39R-Dillon Welch[14]; 12. 91T-Tyler Thomas[13]; 13. 21K-Cory Kruseman[12]; 14. 7B-Austin Brown[15]; 15. 88-Terry Babb[18]; 16. 73N-Nic Faas[11]; 17. 67-Tanner Thorson[7]; 18. 68-Ronnie Gardner[8]; 19. 5N-Jeffrey Newell[23]; 20. (DNF) 85S-Shane Hollingsworth[19]; 21. (DNF) 2ST-Jon Stanbrough[6]; 22. (DNF) 84B-Bobby Michnowicz[24]; 23. (DNF) 21AJ-A.J. Hopkins[21]; 24. (DNF) 1K-Trevor Kobylarz[22]

Lap Leader(s): Tim McCreadie (1-9), Bryan Clauson (10-25)

 

 

Christopher Bell unstoppable in Chili Bowl Qualifier 1/17/2014 Christopher Bell unstoppable in Chili Bowl Qualifier

TULSA, Okla. (January 16, 2014) - For the third time in as many nights, the checked flag waved on a first time prelim winner at the 28th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bow Nationals presented by General Tire as Oklahoma’s Christopher Bell led flag-to-flag in Thursday’s John Christner Trucking Qualifying Night A-Feature.

Bell’s win marks the second of the week for an Oklahoma driver, as Jonathan Beason topped Tuesday’s qualifying feature.

Asked of the ease of his night, Bell replied, “I don’t know if that was easy or not, but Keith definitely had me dialed in and the car drove itself around there. It was avoiding the lapped cars and not getting involved in anything stupid.”

Given his home town, Bell was asked just how special the prelim win was to him. “The Chili Bowl is the race to me. If there was one race I could run, it would be here, especially with it being in my home state. I guess this is one of the few time I get to race in Oklahoma, which is around my home crowd; it really is something special to me.”

In a race that took under five minutes to complete, the Norman, Okla. native hit slower traffic by the ninth round with a 1.506 second advantage over Damion Gardner. Able to slip the Keith Kunz No. 67k through the back markers, the Toyota powered entry raced into a roadblock with 11 laps remaining and Garner closing the gap.

“There was one time I passed the first lapped car and then he (Damion) moved to the bottom because he had been running the top and then he started keeping up with me,” said Bell of Gardner closing in. “I kept seeing his nose down there and I was like ‘Aw crap, Damion is down there’.”

As the non-stop run continued, Kevin Swindell was clawing his way through the field. Racing from a C-Feature after a flat tire forced the No. 39 to the pits in his Heat Race, Swindell broke the top ten on Lap 8. Steadily through the field, Kevin snagged fifth from Andrew Deal on the fifteenth circuit.

Into the final four laps, the top two steps on the podium remained unchanged as the pair continued to weave through traffic with the race for the final transfer into Saturday’s A-Feature shaping up between Michael Pickens and Kevin Swindell.

Throwing slide jobs on Lap 21 through turns three and four, Swindell nearly slid through the cushion, allowing the New Zealand shoe to drive back under for the bronze position.

“I wasn’t totally comfortable with the car and settled for third and happy to be locked in and then all of the sudden Kevin comes up inside of me,” commented Pickens of the exchange. “I had to get going and was lucky we had another 10-percent left and was able to shake him off.”

On Pickens again with three to go, Swindell would remain fourth as the pair closed on Gardner.

Mired in slower traffic, Christopher Bell managed to cross 2.850 ahead of Gardner. Pickens held the final step on the podium, sending Kevin Swindell into a B-Feature on Saturday with a fourth place finish after a B-Feature win gridded the No. 39 seventeenth. Pennsylvania’s Steve Buckwalter completed the top five.

Ninth starting Danny Stratton crossed sixth with Andrew Felker, Tracy Hines, Andrew Deal, and nineteenth starting Kevin Ramey completing the top ten.

Thursday’s John Christner Trucking Qualifying Night saw 70 drivers draw in.

Four Chili Bowl Rookies started the A-Feature with Dominic Scelzi crossing fourteenth, followed by Chad Boespflug in fifteenth. Heath Duinkerken was nineteenth with James Eden twenty-third.

The Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire continues with Friday’s Vacuworx Global Qualifying Night. Races begin at 6:00 P.M. (CT) with Hot Laps at 5:00 P.M. For additional information on the Chili Bowl, log onto http://www.chilibowl.com.

Thursday’s John Christner Trucking Qualifying Night Results

Heat Races: 8 Laps - Top 40 in Passing Points advance to Qualifiers.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 63NZ-Michael Pickens[1]; 2. 8L-Harli White[4]; 3. 82H-Mike Hess[3]; 4. 23-Jimmy Light[7]; 5. 91B-Kevin Bayer[6]; 6. 7J-Shawn Jackson[5]; 7. 27C-Kip Hughes[2]; 8. 7S-Kory Schudy[8]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 47-Damion Gardner[3]; 2. 19S-Richard VanderWeerd[7]; 3. 43-Dakoda Armstrong[1]; 4. 37-Brady Short[6]; 5. 27R-Kyle O'Gara[8]; 6. 87C-Coby Hughes[2]; 7. 11XC-Steve Newman[4]; 8. (DNF) 4M-Andee Beierle[5]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 97-Christopher Bell[8]; 2. 2B-Bill Balog[2]; 3. 21H-Ty Hulsey[3]; 4. 71S-Sheldon Haudenschild[4]; 5. 4A-Aaron Pierce[7]; 6. 8CK-David Garbo Jr.[5]; 7. (DNF) 39-Kevin Swindell[1]; 8. (DNF) 35T-Tyler Robbins[6]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 56L-Danny Stratton[1]; 2. 7M-Kevin Ramey[5]; 3. 25J-Matt Juhl[6]; 4. 2S-Stratton Briggs[2]; 5. (DNF) 6-Ricky Stenhouse Jr[3]; 6. (DNF) 0G-Glenn Styres[4]; 7. (DNF) 31J-Jimmy Elledge[8]; 8. (DNF) 7N-D.J. Netto[7]

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 11A-Andrew Felker[2]; 2. 25B-Steve Buckwalter[4]; 3. 81-Heath Duinkerken[3]; 4. 35S-Matt Sherrell[7]; 5. 77K-Kevin Olson[6]; 6. 33D-Lee Dakus[1]; 7. D6-Dakota Gains[5]; 8. 20B-Carey Becker[8]

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 17S-Dominic Scelzi[2]; 2. 68M-Tyler Edwards[7]; 3. 57B-Chad Boespflug[3]; 4. 6A-David Gough[8]; 5. 69-A.J. Fike[6]; 6. 31E-Evan Sewell[4]; 7. 21D-Justin Dickerson[1]; DNS 73-Jason McDougal

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 15D-Andrew Deal[1]; 2. 7L-Layne Himebaugh[2]; 3. 19P-Patrick Stasa[4]; 4. 62-Taylor Simas[6]; 5. 75X-Landon Simon[5]; 6. 14D-David McIntosh[8]; 7. 7D-Michelle Decker[7]; 8. (DNF) 40-Andy Huston[3]

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 11-Chase Stockon[3]; 2. 5E-James Edens[6]; 3. 56X-Mark Chisholm[1]; 4. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[4]; 5. 33-Davey Ray[7]; 6. 85-Matt Johnson[2]; 7. 11C-Chett Gehrke[5]

Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 24-Tracy Hines[1]; 2. 93-Dustin Morgan[2]; 3. 05J-Jason Johnson[3]; 4. 3T-Tim Barber[4]; 5. 17-Michael Koontz[7]; 6. 11H-Garett Hood[6]; 7. 10C-Dalton Camfield[5]

C-Features: 12 Laps - Top 4 advance to corresponding B-Feature.

C Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 39-Kevin Swindell[13]; 2. 75X-Landon Simon[3]; 3. 77K-Kevin Olson[1]; 4. 35T-Tyler Robbins[14]; 5. 0G-Glenn Styres[6]; 6. 2S-Stratton Briggs[2]; 7. 40-Andy Huston[15]; 8. 87C-Coby Hughes[7]; 9. 10C-Dalton Camfield[10]; 10. 7S-Kory Schudy[11]; 11. 27C-Kip Hughes[12]; 12. (DNF) 8CK-David Garbo Jr.[5]; 13. (DNF) 7D-Michelle Decker[8]; 14. (DNF) D6-Dakota Gains[9]; 15. (DNF) 11H-Garett Hood[4]

C Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 6-Ricky Stenhouse Jr[3]; 2. 7J-Shawn Jackson[4]; 3. 69-A.J. Fike[1]; 4. 11C-Chett Gehrke[9]; 5. 14D-David McIntosh[2]; 6. 7N-D.J. Netto[12]; 7. 31E-Evan Sewell[6]; 8. 85-Matt Johnson[7]; 9. 21D-Justin Dickerson[13]; 10. 20B-Carey Becker[11]; 11. 31J-Jimmy Elledge[5]; 12. 33D-Lee Dakus[8]; 13. 4M-Andee Beierle[14]; 14. (DNF) 11XC-Steve Newman[10]; 15. (DNF) 73-Jason McDougal[15]

Qualifiers: 10 Laps - Top 16 in combined Heat Race and Qualifier points advance to A-Feature.

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 63NZ-Michael Pickens[3]; 2. 97-Christopher Bell[6]; 3. 7L-Layne Himebaugh[1]; 4. 17S-Dominic Scelzi[4]; 5. 11-Chase Stockon[5]; 6. 81-Heath Duinkerken[8]; 7. 71S-Sheldon Haudenschild[10]; 8. 62-Taylor Simas[7]; 9. 23-Jimmy Light[2]; 10. (DNF) 56X-Mark Chisholm[9]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 93-Dustin Morgan[1]; 2. 56L-Danny Stratton[3]; 3. 8L-Harli White[4]; 4. 57B-Chad Boespflug[8]; 5. 35S-Matt Sherrell[2]; 6. 27R-Kyle O'Gara[7]; 7. 7M-Kevin Ramey[5]; 8. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[10]; 9. 4A-Aaron Pierce[9]; 10. 19S-Richard VanderWeerd[6].....15H penalized at the finish for hitting the cone on a restart.

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 15D-Andrew Deal[3]; 2. 25B-Steve Buckwalter[4]; 3. 5E-James Edens[6]; 4. 19P-Patrick Stasa[1]; 5. 3T-Tim Barber[10]; 6. 33-Davey Ray[9]; 7. 05J-Jason Johnson[8]; 8. 82H-Mike Hess[7]; 9. (DNF) 6A-David Gough[2]; 10. (DNF) 68M-Tyler Edwards[5]....05J penalized at the finish for hitting the cone at the restart.

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 24-Tracy Hines[3]; 2. 47-Damion Gardner[6]; 3. 11A-Andrew Felker[5]; 4. 37-Brady Short[1]; 5. 2B-Bill Balog[2]; 6. 17-Michael Koontz[9]; 7. 91B-Kevin Bayer[10]; 8. 25J-Matt Juhl[4]; 9. 21H-Ty Hulsey[7]; 10. 43-Dakoda Armstrong[8]

B-Main: 15 Laps - Top 4 advance to A-Feature.

B Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 39-Kevin Swindell[13]; 2. 7M-Kevin Ramey[2]; 3. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[8]; 4. 81-Heath Duinkerken[4]; 5. 91B-Kevin Bayer[6]; 6. 27R-Kyle O'Gara[5]; 7. 75X-Landon Simon[14]; 8. 77K-Kevin Olson[15]; 9. 35T-Tyler Robbins[16]; 10. 21H-Ty Hulsey[11]; 11. 05J-Jason Johnson[7]; 12. 56X-Mark Chisholm[12]; 13. (DNF) 23-Jimmy Light[10]; 14. (DNF) 17-Michael Koontz[3]; 15. (DNF) 19P-Patrick Stasa[1]

B Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 35S-Matt Sherrell[3]; 2. 19S-Richard VanderWeerd[6]; 3. 62-Taylor Simas[8]; 4. 37-Brady Short[1]; 5. 6-Ricky Stenhouse Jr[13]; 6. 71S-Sheldon Haudenschild[5]; 7. 33-Davey Ray[2]; 8. 25J-Matt Juhl[7]; 9. 43-Dakoda Armstrong[12]; 10. 4A-Aaron Pierce[11]; 11. 6A-David Gough[10]; 12. 82H-Mike Hess[9]; 13. 69-A.J. Fike[15]; 14. 7J-Shawn Jackson[14]; 15. (DNF) 2B-Bill Balog[4]; 16. (DNF) 11C-Chett Gehrke[16]

A-Feature: 25 Laps - Top 3 lock into Saturday's Championship Feature.

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 97-Christopher Bell[1]; 2. 47-Damion Gardner[2]; 3. 63NZ-Michael Pickens[4]; 4. 39-Kevin Swindell[17]; 5. 25B-Steve Buckwalter[7]; 6. 56L-Danny Stratton[9]; 7. 11A-Andrew Felker[8]; 8. 24-Tracy Hines[6]; 9. 15D-Andrew Deal[5]; 10. 7M-Kevin Ramey[19]; 11. 93-Dustin Morgan[11]; 12. 8L-Harli White[10]; 13. 11-Chase Stockon[14]; 14. 17S-Dominic Scelzi[13]; 15. 57B-Chad Boespflug[12]; 16. 19S-Richard VanderWeerd[20]; 17. 35S-Matt Sherrell[18]; 18. 62-Taylor Simas[22]; 19. 81-Heath Duinkerken[23]; 20. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[21]; 21. 37-Brady Short[24]; 22. 3T-Tim Barber[16]; 23. 5E-James Edens[3]; 24. 7L-Layne Himebaugh[15]

Lap Leader(s): Christopher Bell (1-25)

 

 

Armstrong holds off Swindell for Chili Bowl Prelim Victory 1/16/2014 Armstrong holds off Swindell for Chili Bowl Prelim Victory

TULSA, Okla. (January 15, 2014) Drama was plenty when the checkered flag dropped on the second night of the 28th Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, as Indiana’s Caleb Armstrong edged out Sammy Swindell for his first Chili Bowl prelim victory on Wednesday’s River Spirit Casino Qualifying Night.

The second first time winner in as many nights, Armstrong began the night’s 25 lap feature from the outside of the front row. Slowed for a caution on Lap 2, Armstrong’s restart relegated the No. 7c to fourth behind Brad Loyet and Alex Sewell.

Working back to the runner up spot by Lap 4, the cushion served the C&A Motorsports driver well, chasing down leader Chris Andrews by the seventh round as the pair approached the tail of the field.

Into traffic on Lap 10, it was Andrews and Armstrong in a race all their own.

Completing the twelfth circuit, the Baker Crop Insurance No. 7c worked around Tulsa’s Chis Andrews for the top spot. Clear from traffic, Andrews went for the slide job two laps later, but instead spun, bringing out the caution on Lap 14.

Back underway with Chris Windom now in pursuit, the RFMS Racing shoe tried for the lead on Lap 19, but was unable to finish the move.

Coming around for the twenty-first time, fifth running Nick Knepper blew through the cushion in turn-three, bouncing the No. 55 off the wall as the engine expired down the front straight-a-way, pouring oil on the bottom of turns one and two.

With the caution displayed, track crews assessed the situation and brought the tiller out to work the nearly engine’s worth of oil into the bottom groove.

Aligned single file for the restart with five laps remaining, Knepper’s departure brought thirteenth starting, Sammy Swindell, into the top five.

Into second with two laps to run, Swindell set his sights on the lead, pulling even with the No. 7c down the back-straight-away with Armstrong maintain the point. Swindell again applied pressure at the white flag.

Committed to the cushion, Armstrong surrendered the lead through the first turn. Giving Swindell just over a half car advantage, Armstrong pulled around the five-time Chili Bowl champion entering the final two turns. Nearly missing the line entering three, Armstrong pitched hard off the cushion exiting the final turn, edging Swindell at the line by 0.441 seconds.

Asked about the final laps, the New Castle, Ind. driver replied, “I saw him (Sammy Swindell) stick his nose in there and I didn’t want to push the issue at first, but then I started pushing it, but I didn’t want to jump the curb. It was easy too, as I did it earlier in the race. I just kept on going and ended up winning.”

On the subject of crews having to till the bottom of the track following the blown engine by Knepper, Swindell responded, “I don’t know if it made a lot of difference. I thought I could slip out there off of two in front of him (Armstrong) there on the last lap. I got there and it wasn’t the grip I thought was going to be there. I should’ve stayed on the bottom. I heard him coming, I just let it go. He ran a good race and I wasn’t going to mess that up.

Chris Windom earned the final pass into Saturday’s championship event.

“We had a really good car,” commented Windom. “We were on Caleb there before that last yellow and I knew Sammy was coming plus I knew JJ (Yeley) was good. They dug that track up in (Turns) one and two, and I made probably the wrong move staying on the top and Sammy got around me on the bottom. I just wasn’t sure what to do there.”

Racing with Rico Abreu for fourth, J.J. Yeley ended his night upside down after the two made contact exiting the fourth turn; resulting in a split finish with the caution displayed with the checkered flag. A very angered Yeley was okay and was scored eighteenth.

Abreu was credited with fourth with Brad Loyet rounding out the top five.

Fifteenth starting Shane Golobic crossed sixth with Brad Kuhn coming from fourteenth to seventh. Jerry Coons, Jr. from eighteenth to eight with Payton Peirce advancing from twenty-first to ninth after transferring from the first B-Feature. Travis Berryhill completed the top ten.

Of the 72 drivers scheduled for Wednesday night, 70 made the draw. Like Tuesday, two Chili Bowl rookies made the call for the A-Feature with Chris Andrews and Parker Price-Miller in the lineup.

The Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire continues with Thursday’s John Christner Trucking Qualifying Night. Races begin at 6:00 P.M. (CT) with Hot Laps at 5:00 P.M. For additional information on the Chili Bowl, log onto http://www.chilibowl.com.

Thursday’s River Spirit Casino Qualifying Night Results

Heat Races: 8 Laps - Top 40 in Passing Points advance to Qualifiers.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 05-Brad Loyet[2]; 2. 11CA-Chris Andrews[8]; 3. 2X-Ryan Hall[7]; 4. 5$-Danny Smith[5]; 5. 96-Cody Brewer[6]; 6. (DNF) 37K-Steve Brown[3]; 7. (DNF) 28-Greg Fitzpatrick[4]; 8. (DNF) 32-Casey Shuman[1]....5$ penalized at the finish for hitting the cone on a restart.

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 15W-Brandon Waelti[4]; 2. 31B-Travis Berryhill[6]; 3. 10-Brad Kuhn[3]; 4. 45X-Johnny Herrera[8]; 5. 55-Nick Knepper[7]; 6. 2M-Seth Motsinger[2]; 7. 2J-Zach Blurton[1]; 8. 71AU-Domain Ramsay[5]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 1-Sammy Swindell[4]; 2. 8V-Jace VanderWeerd[2]; 3. 5-Jerry Coons Jr[5]; 4. 14W-Matt Westfall[6]; 5. 33H-Cameron Hagin[7]; 6. 7K-Robby Parish[8]; 7. 16C-David Camfield[3]; 8. (DNF) 44D-Philip Dietz[1]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 15B-Danny Burke[1]; 2. 5C-Colten Cottle[4]; 3. 37F-Chris Guinn[3]; 4. 91S-Jeff Stasa[8]; 5. 83-Hannah Adair[7]; 6. 5K-Tucker Klaasmeyer[2]; 7. (DNF) 69B-Randy Boyer[5]; 8. (DNF) 57X-Tim Kent[6]

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 67K-Rico Abreu[2]; 2. 26-Shane Golobic[6]; 3. 10J-John Hunt[3]; 4. 76M-Brad Noffsinger[7]; 5. 92-Brenden Bright[4]; 6. 1T-Tony Roney[5]; 7. 51X-Michael Curtis[1]; 8. 35L-Cody Ledger[8]....92 penalized at the finish for hitting the cone on a restart.

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 9P-Parker Price-Miller[2]; 2. 6RR-Joe Liguori[1]; 3. 66-Shane Cockrum[5]; 4. 86-Chris Ennis[4]; 5. 14K-Kyle Bellm[6]; 6. 1OU-A.J. Burns[8]; 7. 44C-Clint Schubert[3]; 8. (DNF) 3F-Ned Fry[7]

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 1ST-J.J. Yeley[1]; 2. 3-Chris Windom[4]; 3. 8-Alex Sewell[7]; 4. 7JR-J.D. Black[6]; 5. 17J-Chase Johnson[3]; 6. 20S-Shon Deskins[8]; 7. 0K-Don O'Keefe Jr[2]; 8. (DNF) 0C-Chris Stockham[5]

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 8K-Frank Flud[2]; 2. 15-Tim Siner[1]; 3. 39T-Payton Pierce[3]; 4. 73X-Trey Marcham[7]; 5. 6R-Jody Rosenboom[4]; 6. 93H-Harley Hollan[5]; 7. 71M-Brandon Matus[6]...6R penalized at the finish for hitting the cone on a restart.

Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 7C-Caleb Armstrong[2]; 2. 87R-Jeff Flesher[4]; 3. 82-Eric Johnson[1]; 4. 84-Scotty Smith[3]; 5. 7F-Sean McClelland[7]; 6. 25-Dylan Peterson[5]; 7. (DNF) 20X-Jimmy Harris[6]

C-Features: 12 Laps - Top 4 advance to corresponding B-Feature.

C Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 96-Cody Brewer[1]; 2. 7K-Robby Parish[2]; 3. 1T-Tony Roney[5]; 4. 6R-Jody Rosenboom[4]; 5. 2M-Seth Motsinger[7]; 6. 20S-Shon Deskins[3]; 7. 35L-Cody Ledger[11]; 8. 25-Dylan Peterson[6]; 9. 16C-David Camfield[10]; 10. 51X-Michael Curtis[13]; 11. 71AU-Domain Ramsay[14]; 12. 71M-Brandon Matus[8]; 13. (DNF) 69B-Randy Boyer[9]; DNS 3F-Ned Fry; DNS 32-Casey Shuman

C Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 93H-Harley Hollan[5]; 2. 92-Brenden Bright[3]; 3. 17J-Chase Johnson[4]; 4. 37K-Steve Brown[6]; 5. 44C-Clint Schubert[10]; 6. 1OU-A.J. Burns[2]; 7. 2J-Zach Blurton[12]; 8. 0K-Don O'Keefe Jr[11]; 9. 20X-Jimmy Harris[8]; 10. (DNF) 44D-Philip Dietz[15]; 11. (DNF) 5K-Tucker Klaasmeyer[7]; 12. (DNF) 14K-Kyle Bellm[1]; 13. (DNF) 0C-Chris Stockham[14]; 14. (DNF) 28-Greg Fitzpatrick[9]; DNS 57X-Tim Kent

Qualifiers: 10 Laps - Top 16 in combined Heat Race and Qualifier points advance to A-Feature.

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 66-Shane Cockrum[1]; 2. 1ST-J.J. Yeley[2]; 3. 11CA-Chris Andrews[6]; 4. 10-Brad Kuhn[8]; 5. 26-Shane Golobic[5]; 6. 67K-Rico Abreu[4]; 7. 5C-Colten Cottle[3]; 8. 6RR-Joe Liguori[7]; 9. 5$-Danny Smith[9]; 10. 83-Hannah Adair[10]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 3-Chris Windom[3]; 2. 9P-Parker Price-Miller[4]; 3. 45X-Johnny Herrera[2]; 4. 76M-Brad Noffsinger[1]; 5. 15W-Brandon Waelti[6]; 6. 15-Tim Siner[7]; 7. 2X-Ryan Hall[5]; 8. 82-Eric Johnson[9]; 9. 37F-Chris Guinn[8]; 10. (DNF) 7F-Sean McClelland[10]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 73X-Trey Marcham[1]; 2. 8-Alex Sewell[5]; 3. 55-Nick Knepper[9]; 4. 8K-Frank Flud[4]; 5. 1-Sammy Swindell[6]; 6. 14W-Matt Westfall[7]; 7. 87R-Jeff Flesher[3]; 8. 91S-Jeff Stasa[2]; 9. 10J-John Hunt[8]; 10. 86-Chris Ennis[10]

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 7C-Caleb Armstrong[4]; 2. 05-Brad Loyet[5]; 3. 5-Jerry Coons Jr[2]; 4. 31B-Travis Berryhill[6]; 5. 39T-Payton Pierce[8]; 6. 33H-Cameron Hagin[9]; 7. 8V-Jace VanderWeerd[1]; 8. 7JR-J.D. Black[7]; 9. 15B-Danny Burke[3]; 10. 84-Scotty Smith[10]

B-Main: 15 Laps - Top 4 advance to A-Feature.

B Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 67K-Rico Abreu[3]; 2. 45X-Johnny Herrera[1]; 3. 39T-Payton Pierce[2]; 4. 15-Tim Siner[4]; 5. 14W-Matt Westfall[5]; 6. 6RR-Joe Liguori[7]; 7. 96-Cody Brewer[13]; 8. 83-Hannah Adair[11]; 9. 82-Eric Johnson[8]; 10. 1T-Tony Roney[15]; 11. 15B-Danny Burke[9]; 12. 86-Chris Ennis[12]; 13. 10J-John Hunt[10]; 14. 7K-Robby Parish[14]; 15. 6R-Jody Rosenboom[16]; 16. (DNF) 87R-Jeff Flesher[6]

B Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 5-Jerry Coons Jr[1]; 2. 91S-Jeff Stasa[7]; 3. 8V-Jace VanderWeerd[6]; 4. 5C-Colten Cottle[5]; 5. 76M-Brad Noffsinger[2]; 6. 33H-Cameron Hagin[3]; 7. 93H-Harley Hollan[13]; 8. 7F-Sean McClelland[11]; 9. 17J-Chase Johnson[15]; 10. 2X-Ryan Hall[4]; 11. 37F-Chris Guinn[9]; 12. 5$-Danny Smith[10]; 13. 37K-Steve Brown[16]; 14. 92-Brenden Bright[14]; 15. (DNF) 7JR-J.D. Black[8]; 16. (DNF) 84-Scotty Smith[12]

A-Feature: 25 Laps - Top 3 lock into Saturday's Championship Feature.

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 7C-Caleb Armstrong[2]; 2. 1-Sammy Swindell[13]; 3. 3-Chris Windom[4]; 4. 67K-Rico Abreu[17]; 5. 05-Brad Loyet[5]; 6. 26-Shane Golobic[15]; 7. 10-Brad Kuhn[14]; 8. 5-Jerry Coons Jr[18]; 9. 39T-Payton Pierce[21]; 10. 31B-Travis Berryhill[7]; 11. 15W-Brandon Waelti[12]; 12. 66-Shane Cockrum[9]; 13. 8K-Frank Flud[16]; 14. 9P-Parker Price-Miller[6]; 15. 15-Tim Siner[23]; 16. 73X-Trey Marcham[10]; 17. 8V-Jace VanderWeerd[22]; 18. 1ST-J.J. Yeley[11]; 19. 5C-Colten Cottle[24]; 20. 91S-Jeff Stasa[20]; 21. (DNF) 55-Nick Knepper[8]; 22. (DNF) 11CA-Chris Andrews[1]; 23. (DNF) 8-Alex Sewell[3]; 24. (DNF) 45X-Johnny Herrera[19]

Lap Leaders: Chris Andrews (1-11), Caleb Armstrong (12-25)

 

 

Beason Breaks Through in Warren CAT Qualifier, Larson tops the VIROC 1/15/2014 Beason Breaks Through in Warren CAT Qualifier, Larson tops the VIROC

TULSA, Okla. (January 14, 2014) Almost two-years to the day, Jonathan Beason was able to dedicate his Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals preliminary night win to his friend, and former teammate Donnie Ray Crawford who passed away in 2012, taking the Hard 8 Racing No. 8J to his first Chili Bowl prelim win in Tuesday’s Warren CAT Qualifier.

Accumulating the highest combined passing points through Heats and Qualifiers, Beason earned the pole for the 25 lap affair; never relinquishing the point even as Zach Daum and Alex Bright pursued the Oklahoma shoe through heavy slower traffic in the closing laps.

Asked about his level of nervousness getting through the feature, Beason replied, “I was really worried. I race 10 times a year now. This was my second midget race this, well, I guess this would be my first one this year. I haven’t really dealt with lapped traffic like these guys have. I was worried but thankfully; I saw their noses a couple of times, but I figured lapped cars were going to be in their way too.”

Slowing once on Lap 3 for the stalled No. 11W of Tyler Courtney, green flag laps found the leaders at the back of the field by Lap 11.

Taking a shot at the lead before the tenth round, Alex Bright settled back in line before relinquishing the runner spot to Illinois’ Zach Daum on Lap 10.

Trading blows for the silver position, Daum and Bright never allowed Beason to gain a sizable advantage as traffic kept the race for the lead tight. Trying for the inside pass as laps waned, Daum’s attempt was foiled as the high-line cleared, allowing Beason the advantage, and the win by 0.852 seconds, despite a slower car nearly losing control in front of the leaders at the finish.

“I wasn’t going throw nothing stupid at him,” commented Daum of his attempts at the lead. “I could’ve thrown a slide job, but as slick as the track was, it was going to crash both of us. There was no reason to do that. We just wanted to lock ourselves in the show and that’s what we did.”

Alex Bright earned the final transfer into Saturday’s 55 lap, championship event. “I never expected to make the A-Main this year, but I did think I would get into the prelim night feature,” commented a very happy Alex Bright. “To be locked in is quite amazing and hopefully we can move forward in the A-Main.”

Gary Taylor came from seventh to fourth with Vacuworx Invitational Race of Champions winner, Kyle Larson, advancing 11 spots to complete the top five after engine problems gridded the No. 71k sixteenth.

Shane Cottle crossed sixth with Thomas Meseraull emerging as the night’s Hard Charger. Clawing from twentieth to seventh.was R.J. Johnson. Joey Moughan, crossed ninth with Brady Bacon, from eighteenth, completed the top ten.

Larson’s victory in the VIROC IV broke a streak of three consecutive Swindell wins in the $2,500 to win, 20 lap Race of Champions, and puts the California drivers as the fourth different winner, joining Sammy Swindell (2009, 2011, and 2012), Kevin Swindell (2013), and Brad Loyet (2010). Leading by Lap 10, after starting sixth, Larson was unchallenged to the finish.

Of the 70 scheduled drivers from Tuesday’s Warren CAT Qualifying night, 69 made the call. A pair of Chili Bowl rookies earned staring spots in the A-Feature. Jeb Sessums finished fourteenth after starting twenty-second. Australia’s Mathew Smith ended up twenty-second after starting fourteenth. Four drivers flipped during the night no injuries reported.

The Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire continues with Wednesday’s River Spirit Casino Qualifying Night. Races begin at 6:00 P.M. (CT) with Hot Laps at 5:00 P.M. For additional information on the Chili Bowl, log onto http://www.chilibowl.com.

Tuesday’s Warren CAT Qualifying Night - Results

Heat Races - Top 40 in Passing Points advance to Qualifiers.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 71K-Kyle Larson[1]; 2. 7JM-Joey Moughan[3]; 3. 87F-Brian McClelland[4]; 4. 55F-Taylor Ferns[8]; 5. 14C-Paul Nienhiser[2]; 6. 21N-Nick Speidel[7]; 7. 91W-Mickey Walker[5]; 8. 3H-Bubba Hunt[6]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 44-Don Droud Jr[1]; 2. 1W-Paul White[3]; 3. 4J-Tim Crawley[5]; 4. 6J-Joe Stornetta[6]; 5. 51J-R.J. Johnson[8]; 6. 14E-Eric Fenton[7]; 7. 1JR-Joe Ramaker[2]; 8. 56XX-Lance Bennett[4]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 5D-Zach Daum[5]; 2. 4AU-Mathew Smith[7]; 3. 31M-Ray Seach[1]; 4. 12S-Bryan Severs[2]; 5. 8OK-Gage Walker[8]; 6. 79J-Jacob Patton[4]; 7. 37T-William Gould[6]; 8. 27-J.J. Hickle[3]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 7A-Dalton Armstrong[1]; 2. 8J-Jonathan Beason[5]; 3. 38-Billy Wease[3]; 4. 05T-Gary Taylor[8]; 5. 2A-Hunter Schuerenberg[4]; 6. 7X-Critter Malone[2]; 7. 9D-Sean Dodenhoff[6]; 8. 33A-Stephen Arnold[7]

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 4-Bobby East[4]; 2. 0B-Tyler Brehm[3]; 3. 16-Thomas Meseraull[1]; 4. 55B-Brian Shirley[2]; 5. 57K-Kevin Studley[8]; 6. 6D-Jesse Denome[5]; 7. 83J-Jonathan Halford[6]; 8. 11D-Dustin Hapka[7]

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 11W-Tyler Courtney[1]; 2. 71C-Shane Cottle[3]; 3. 50-Daniel Adler[5]; 4. 99-Brady Bacon[8]; 5. 7-Shannon McQueen[2]; 6. 81B-Ryan Beechler[7]; 7. 17W-Cole Wood[4]; 8. 11B-Josh Baughman[6]

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 2ND-Jeb Sessums[1]; 2. 17E-Blake Edwards[7]; 3. 98-P.J. Jones[6]; 4. 55D-Nick Drake[5]; 5. 10W-George White[3]; 6. (DNF) 9U-Doug McCune[4]; 7. (DNF) 1B-Bobby Brewer[2]

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 77-Alex Bright[4]; 2. 45W-C.J. Johnson[1]; 3. 12K-Josh Lakatos[3]; 4. 19-Steven Drevicki[7]; 5. 86S-Danny Smith[2]; 6. (DNF) 49JR-Dan Hillberg[5]; 7. (DNF) 1R-Robby Larson[6]

Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 22-Mike Goodman[1]; 2. 39C-Joey Saldana[6]; 3. 87-Dave Camfield Jr.[3]; 4. 4R-Ryan Greth[4]; 5. 4G-Bill Jackson[5]; 6. 24T-Jason Tyer[7]; 7. (DNF) 29S-Brian Harvey[2]

C-Features - Top 4 advance to corresponding B-Feature.

C Feature 1 (12 Laps, top 4 advance): 1. 2A-Hunter Schuerenberg[1]; 2. 11B-Josh Baughman[14]; 3. 37T-William Gould[8]; 4. 91W-Mickey Walker[10]; 5. 24T-Jason Tyer[3]; 6. 1JR-Joe Ramaker[11]; 7. 14E-Eric Fenton[2]; 8. 9U-Doug McCune[7]; 9. 86S-Danny Smith[5]; 10. 49JR-Dan Hillberg[6]; 11. 11D-Dustin Hapka[13]; 12. 27-J.J. Hickle[15]; 13. 29S-Brian Harvey[12]; 14. (DNF) 83J-Jonathan Halford[9]; 15. (DNF) 14C-Paul Nienhiser[4]

C Feature 2 (12 Laps, top 4 advance): 1. 81B-Ryan Beechler[2]; 2. 1R-Robby Larson[9]; 3. 7-Shannon McQueen[4]; 4. 9D-Sean Dodenhoff[8]; 5. 7X-Critter Malone[7]; 6. 79J-Jacob Patton[6]; 7. 21N-Nick Speidel[1]; 8. 33A-Stephen Arnold[12]; 9. 6D-Jesse Denome[5]; 10. 1B-Bobby Brewer[11]; 11. (DNF) 3H-Bubba Hunt[13]; 12. (DNF) 17W-Cole Wood[10]; 13. (DNF) 56XX-Lance Bennett[14]; 14. (DNF) 10W-George White[3]

Qualifiers - Top 16 in Passing Points advance to the A-Feature.

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 71C-Shane Cottle[1]; 2. 77-Alex Bright[5]; 3. 5D-Zach Daum[6]; 4. 71K-Kyle Larson[4]; 5. 99-Brady Bacon[2]; 6. 2ND-Jeb Sessums[3]; 7. 8OK-Gage Walker[8]; 8. 45W-C.J. Johnson[7]; 9. 87-Dave Camfield Jr.[9]; 10. (DNF) 4R-Ryan Greth[10]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 4J-Tim Crawley[1]; 2. 7JM-Joey Moughan[2]; 3. 44-Don Droud Jr[4]; 4. 39C-Joey Saldana[5]; 5. 22-Mike Goodman[3]; 6. 4AU-Mathew Smith[6]; 7. 87F-Brian McClelland[7]; 8. 55D-Nick Drake[9]; 9. 57K-Kevin Studley[8]; 10. 12S-Bryan Severs[10]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 8J-Jonathan Beason[5]; 2. 50-Daniel Adler[1]; 3. 7A-Dalton Armstrong[4]; 4. 55F-Taylor Ferns[3]; 5. 1W-Paul White[2]; 6. 38-Billy Wease[8]; 7. 55B-Brian Shirley[10]; 8. 6J-Joe Stornetta[7]; 9. 17E-Blake Edwards[6]; 10. 31M-Ray Seach[9]

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 11W-Tyler Courtney[4]; 2. 05T-Gary Taylor[3]; 3. 98-P.J. Jones[5]; 4. 51J-R.J. Johnson[7]; 5. 19-Steven Drevicki[1]; 6. 16-Thomas Meseraull[9]; 7. 4-Bobby East[6]; 8. 4G-Bill Jackson[10]; 9. 12K-Josh Lakatos[8]; 10. 0B-Tyler Brehm[2]

B-Features: Top 4 advance to the A-Feature.

B Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 1W-Paul White[3]; 2. 55F-Taylor Ferns[1]; 3. 19-Steven Drevicki[5]; 4. 38-Billy Wease[4]; 5. 55B-Brian Shirley[7]; 6. 2A-Hunter Schuerenberg[13]; 7. 37T-William Gould[15]; 8. 22-Mike Goodman[2]; 9. 4R-Ryan Greth[12]; 10. 8OK-Gage Walker[6]; 11. 57K-Kevin Studley[10]; 12. 4G-Bill Jackson[9]; 13. 55D-Nick Drake[8]; 14. 91W-Mickey Walker[16]; 15. 0B-Tyler Brehm[11]; 16. (DNF) 11B-Josh Baughman[14]

B Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 99-Brady Bacon[2]; 2. 16-Thomas Meseraull[3]; 3. 2ND-Jeb Sessums[4]; 4. 17E-Blake Edwards[5]; 5. 4-Bobby East[1]; 6. 45W-C.J. Johnson[7]; 7. 12K-Josh Lakatos[10]; 8. 6J-Joe Stornetta[8]; 9. 87F-Brian McClelland[6]; 10. 87-Dave Camfield Jr.[9]; 11. 81B-Ryan Beechler[13]; 12. 1R-Robby Larson[14]; 13. 31M-Ray Seach[11]; 14. 7-Shannon McQueen[15]; 15. 12S-Bryan Severs[12]; 16. (DNF) 9D-Sean Dodenhoff[16]

VIROC VI (20 Laps): 1. 71K-Kyle Larson[6]; 2. 47-Damion Gardner[3]; 3. 97-Christopher Bell[4]; 4. 05-Brad Loyet[2]; 5. 24-Tracy Hines[11]; 6. 5-Jerry Coons Jr[7]; 7. 21K-Cory Kruseman[5]; 8. 71-Kasey Kahne[1]; 9. 63-Bryan Clauson[15]; 10. 1-Sammy Swindell[13]; 11. 39-Kevin Swindell[9]; 12. 1ST-J.J. Yeley[14]; 13. 15X-Chad Boat[12]; 14. (DNF) 47X-Tim McCreadie[10]; 15. (DNF) 4AU-Mathew Smith[8]

A-Feature: 25 Laps, top 3 lock into Saturday's Championship Feature.

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 8J-Jonathan Beason[1]; 2. 5D-Zach Daum[3]; 3. 77-Alex Bright[2]; 4. 05T-Gary Taylor[7]; 5. 71K-Kyle Larson[16]; 6. 71C-Shane Cottle[5]; 7. 16-Thomas Meseraull[20]; 8. 51J-R.J. Johnson[15]; 9. 7JM-Joey Moughan[10]; 10. 99-Brady Bacon[18]; 11. 4J-Tim Crawley[9]; 12. 44-Don Droud Jr[11]; 13. 39C-Joey Saldana[6]; 14. 2ND-Jeb Sessums[22]; 15. 50-Daniel Adler[13]; 16. 55F-Taylor Ferns[19]; 17. 38-Billy Wease[23]; 18. 7A-Dalton Armstrong[12]; 19. 17E-Blake Edwards[24]; 20. 19-Steven Drevicki[21]; 21. 1W-Paul White[17]; 22. 4AU-Mathew Smith[14]; 23. (DNF) 98-P.J. Jones[8]; 24. (DNF) 11W-Tyler Courtney[4]

 

 

VIROC VI Highlights Chili Bowl Opener

TULSA, Okla. (January 12, 2014) - The 28th Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire begins Tuesday, January 14 with drivers not only in competing for a spot in Saturday’s 55 lap finale, but also for the bragging rights of winning the Vacuworx Invitational Race of Champions.

The sixth edition of the champion’s showdown, sixteen drivers are eligible based on having won the Chili Bowl as a driver, driving for an owner-champion, and having topped the latest calendar year’s National Midget Driver of the Year standings.

The Vacuworx Invitational Race of Champions will take place on Tuesday, January 14 between the “B” Features and “A” Feature. The VIROC will be 20 laps in distance and will pay a cool $2,500 to the winner.

2014 VIROC Drivers:

1 - Sammy Swindell: A five time champion of the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals, the elder Swindell has topped the VIROC three times (2012, 2011, and 2009).

1st - J.J. Yeley - Piloting a car under the banner of 1996 co-owner champion, Jay McKinnie, the former USAC Triple Crown champion finished runner up in the 2013 VIROC.

05 - Brad Loyet - A former winner of the VIROC in 2010, three-time Lucas Oil POWRi Midget Champion, Brad Loyet is the only driver to win the VIROC besides a Swindell.

5 - Jerry Coons, Jr. - Competing in the 2013 VIROC as the National Midget Driver of the Year, Arizona’s Jerry Coons, Jr. will compete in his second VIROC in 2014, this time under the Wilke-Pak banner, who picked up a Golden Driller in 2005.

13au - Mathew Smith - The son of former owner champion, Steve Smith, the second generation driver aims to garner the 2006 owner champion his second Golden Driller.

15x - Chad Boat - Son of a Chili Bowl champion, Chad Boat again looks to match the accomplishment of his father, Billy Boat, in the John Lawson owned No. 15x.

21k - Cory Kruseman - Taking the Golden Driller in 2000 and 2004, California’s Cory Kruseman will look to better his finish in the VIROC from a 2010 showing of eighth.

24 - Tracy Hines - Topping the Chili Bowl in 2005, Hines’ best appearance in the VIROC came in 2012, crossing third to Sammy and Kevin Swindell.

39 - Kevin Swindell - The reigning four-time Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Champion picked up his first VIROC victory with a late race pass on J.J. Yeley in 2013 and will go for his fifth Golden Driller in as many years.

47 - Damion Gardner - “The Demon” returns in the Bondio No. 47 for his fifth VIROC. A champion of the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals in 2008, Gardner’s Golden Driller came with the backing of Jason Leffler.

47x - Tim McCreadie - The surprise winner of the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals, the accomplished Modified and Late Model driver parked in victory lane in 2006 to earn Steve Smith is first Golden Driller as a car owner. The only one earned by an Australian owner.

63 - Bryan Clauson - Winning 28 features in 2013, the reigning USAC National Champion joined forces with Dooling Machine and 1996 owner champion, Rusty Kunz for his attempt at the Golden Driller in 2014. Clauson is also fielding four mounts himself in this year’s Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals.

68 - Jay Drake - Taking time in Ronnie Gardner’s No. 68, the 2001 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals champion will complete under the roof of the River Spirit Expo Center for one race before returning the controls to Gardner.

71 - Kasey Kahne - After the passing of Jason Leffler, it was the working of great people to bring the car he was building to the Chili Bowl. Piloted by Kasey Kahne, the Enumclaw, Wash. shoe will drive in memory, and honor, of the late Jason Leffler who earned a Golden Driller as a car owner in 2008.

71k Kyle Larson - Driving for three-time owner champion, Keith Kunz, the No. 71k will again be piloted by Kyle Larson. A contender for the win one year ago with Kevin and Sammy Swindell, Larson will also compete for his qualifying spot Tuesday night.

97 - Christopher Bell - Earning the National Midget Driver of the Year, Christopher Bell will compete in the VIROC for the first time in the Keith Kunz backed No. 97.

The 28th Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire begins with Practice on Monday, January 13 with the first night of competition getting underway with Tuesday’s Warren CAT Qualifying night as well as the sixth annual Vacuworx Invitational Race of Champions.

Competition continues with Wednesday’s River Spirit Casino Qualifier, Thursday’s John Christner Trucking Qualifier, and Friday Vacuworx Global Qualifier with everything culminating on Saturday’s Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Championship.

The top three in each Qualifying Night A-Feature will transfer directly into the Saturday championship event with the remainder of Saturday’s features lined up according to the Qualifying night finishes.

General Admission seating is available along the back straight-a-way and can be accessed with the purchase of a Pit Pass. Additional information regarding the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl presented by General Tire can be found online at http://www.chilibowl.com. For more updates follow the Chili Bowl on Facebook and on Twitter.

Lucas Oil Chili Bowl presented by General Tire - Quick Facts:

What: 28th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl presented by General Tire

Where: Tulsa Expo Raceway – quarter-mile clay oval inside the River Spirit Expo Center at Tulsa's Expo Square

When: January 14-18, 2014

Tuesday – Warren CAT Qualifying Night plus Vacuworx Invitational Race of Champions Wednesday – River Spirit Casino Qualifying Night Thursday – John Christner Trucking Qualifying Night Friday – Vacuworx Global Qualifying Night Saturday – Lucas Oil Championship Feature Events

Times:

Races Tuesday-Friday begin at 6:00 P.M.. Grandstands open at 3:00 P.M. (CT)

Saturday begins at Noon. Opening Ceremonies following qualifiers is at 6:00 P.M. Grandstands open at 9:00 A.M.

Chili Bowl Champions: Kevin Swindell (2013, 2012, 2011, and 2010), Sammy Swindell (2009, 1998, 1996, 1992 and 1989), Damion Gardner (2008), Tony Stewart (2007 and 2002), Tim McCreadie (2006), Tracy Hines (2005), Cory Kruseman (2004 and 2000), Dan Boorse (2003 and 1999), Jay Drake (2001), Billy Boat (1997), Donnie Beechler (1995), Andy Hillenburg (1994), Dave Blaney (1993), Lealand McSpadden (1991), John Heydenreich (1990), Scott Hatton (1988), Rich Vogler (1987).

VIROC Champions: Kevin Swindell (2013), Sammy Swindell (2012, 2011, and 2009), Brad Loyet (2010)

Past “A” Feature Starters: Sammy Swindell 20, Jerry Coons, Jr. 14, Dave Darland 13, Tracy Hines 12, Cory Kruseman 12, Kevin Olson 10, Brad Kuhn 8, Shane Cottle 8, J.J. Yeley 7, Jon Stanbrough 6, Kasey Kahne 6, P.J Jones 6, Bobby East 5, Matt Westfall 5, Steve Buckwalter 5, Kevin Swindell 5,Damion Gardner 5, Casey Shuman 4, Bryan Clauson 4, Davey Ray 4, Tim McCreadie 4, Michael Pickens 4, Chris Windom 3, Brad Loyet 3, Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. 3, Thomas Meseraull 3, Daryn Pittman 3, Shane Golobic 3, Danny Stratton 3, Kyle Larson 3, Jac Haudenschild 3, Mike Hess 3, Gary Taylor 2, Chad Boat 2, Don Droud, Jr. 2, Nick Knepper 2, Zach Daum 2, Jonathan Beason 2, Darren Hagen 2, Billy Wease 2, A.J. Fike 2, Brady Bacon 2, Tony Roney, Andrew Felker, Brandon Waelti, Daniel Adler, Shane Hollingsworth, Paul White, Kevin Thomas, Jr., David Gough, Caleb Armstrong, Richard Vander Weerd, Mike Goodman, Mike Spencer, Rico Abreu, Brent Beauchamp

Counties Represented: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United States

United State Count: Oklahoma 45, Indiana 43, California 37, Illinois 29, Texas 15, Missouri 13, Pennsylvania 12, Kansas 11, Arizona 9, Ohio 6, Nebraska 5, Arkansas 5, Colorado 4, Delaware 3, Iowa 3, North Carolina 3, South Dakota 3, Washington 3, Wisconsin 3, Wyoming 3, New York 2, North Dakota 2, Tennessee 2, Alabama, Connecticut, Florida, Idaho, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico

Trade Show: A long standing tradition at the Chili Bowl, the Trade Show, which is open to the public each day (Tuesday 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.

Chili Bowl Online: All official news regarding the 28th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl National presented by General Tire can be found at http://www.chilibowl.com. Updates throughout the Chili Bowl can be found via Facebook and Twitter at http://www.facebook.com/chilibowlnationals and http://www.twitter.com/cbnationals.

Event Coverage: For the first time, the Chili Bowl will be show online on http://www.racinboys.com. The online PPV experience will run from Tuesday through Saturday’s qualifiers. At time of opening ceremonies on Saturday, Racinboys PPV coverage will cease as final features will be shown live on MAVTV American Real for the first time. For a complete listing of channels, and to request MAVTV, log onto http://www.mavtv.com.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the Chili Bowl Midget Nationals. More information about the products available from Lucas Oil can be found at www.lucasoil.com. General Tire is the presenting sponsor of the Chili Bowl. A complete inventory of tires offered by General Tire can be found at www.generaltire.com.

Vacuworx Global is the title sponsor of the VIROC which brings past Chili Bowl Champions as well as champions from around the world together for a single 20 lap race to see who is the best of the best. For more information about Vacuworx log onto www.vacuworx.com. For more information on past champions of the VIROC, log onto www.theviroc.com.

For more information on the Chili Bowl log onto http://www.chilibowl.com or call 918-838-3777.

 

 

Chili Bowl Drivers to visit Saint Francis Children’s Hospital

TULSA, Okla. (January 8, 2014) Despite the busy schedule that most drivers endure during the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals, several will take time to visit Saint Francis Children's Hospital in Tulsa, Okla.

In conjunction with Big Al’s Kids in Motorsports, drivers will take time on Tuesday, January 14 and Friday, January 17 at 10:00 A.M. to bring the thrill of motorsports to children who are in the fight of their lives.

Tuesday’s drivers include: Dominic Scelzi, Cole Wood, Chase Johnson, Tony Bruce, Jr., Seth Bergman, Brad Loyet, and Blake Hahn.

Friday’s drivers include: Hannah Adair, Shannon McQueen, Michelle Decker, Jason Johnson, Philip Dietz, Josh Baughman, and Justin Grosz.

Founded in 2011, Big Al’s Kids in Motorsports is based in Arlington, Wash. and has the mission of granting the wishes of families with children fighting life threatening conditions and illnesses to be a part of the world of motorsports. For more information on Big Al’s Kids in Motorsports, and to donate, log onto http://www.bigalkidsandmotorsportsfoundation.org or email budwell74@msn.com.

 

 

First Look: 2014 Chili Bowl Qualifying Nights

TULSA, Okla. (January 6, 2014) - There is no such thing as an easy night at the Chili Bowl. With 285 entries for the twenty-eight edition of the world’s largest indoor Midget race, it’s a sure bet that even the “E” Mains on Saturday will stack up like “A” Features anywhere else.

Among the list of 285 entries are 274 confirmed drivers of which 58 are past feature starters, 64 are Chili Bowl Rookies, and six who have already earned the coveted Golden Driller with each one looking for the advantage.

Being that the Tulsa Expo Raceway is ripped up, and rebuilt every year, that “hopeful” advantage comes, for some, in the form of the Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout. Contested this past weekend, the lineup of 513 drivers showed 23 Chili Bowl entrants, including four-time and defending Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Champion, Kevin Swindell, who circled the Tulsa Expo Raceway 154 green-flag laps after competing in four divisions of Micro Sprint Cars.

Looking to even out to around 70 drivers per night, the breakdown of drivers per night is listed at the following:

Warren CAT Tuesday Night Qualifier - http://www.chilibowl.com/entries/manual.aspx

River Spirit Casino Wednesday Night Qualifier - http://www.chilibowl.com/entries/manual.aspx?c=1158

John Christner Trucking Thursday Night Qualifier - http://www.chilibowl.com/entries/manual.aspx?c=1159

Vacuworx Global Friday Night Qualifier - http://www.chilibowl.com/entries/manual.aspx?c=1160

Nightly breakdowns are subject to change without notice.

The 28th Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire will begin moving teams in on Sunday, January 12, 2014.

Practice is scheduled for Monday, January 13 with the first night of competition getting underway with Tuesday’s Warren CAT Qualifying night as well as the sixth annual Vacuworx Invitational Race of Champions.

Competition continues with Wednesday’s River Spirit Casino Qualifier, Thursday’s John Christner Trucking Qualifier, and Friday Vacuworx Global Qualifier with everything culminating on Saturday’s Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Championship.

The top three in each Qualifying Night A-Feature will transfer directly into the Saturday championship event with the remainder of Saturday’s features lined up according to the Qualifying night finishes.

General Admission seating is available along the back straight-a-way and can be accessed with the purchase of a Pit Pass. Additional information regarding the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl presented by General Tire can be found online at http://www.chilibowl.com. For more updates follow the Chili Bowl on Facebook and on Twitter.

Lucas Oil Chili Bowl presented by General Tire - Quick Facts:

What: 28th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl presented by General Tire

Where: Tulsa Expo Raceway – quarter-mile clay oval inside the River Spirit Expo Center at Tulsa's Expo Square

When: January 14-18, 2014

Tuesday – Warren CAT Qualifying Night plus Vacuworx Invitational Race of Champions Wednesday – River Spirit Casino Qualifying Night Thursday – John Christner Trucking Qualifying Night Friday – Vacuworx Global Qualifying Night Saturday – Lucas Oil Championship Feature Events

Times:

Races Tuesday-Friday begin at 6:00 P.M.. Grandstands open at 3:00 P.M. (CT)

Saturday begins at Noon. Opening Ceremonies following qualifiers is at 6:00 P.M. Grandstands open at 9:00 A.M.

Chili Bowl Champions: Kevin Swindell (2013, 2012, 2011, and 2010), Sammy Swindell (2009, 1998, 1996, 1992 and 1989), Damion Gardner (2008), Tony Stewart (2007 and 2002), Tim McCreadie (2006), Tracy Hines (2005), Cory Kruseman (2004 and 2000), Dan Boorse (2003 and 1999), Jay Drake (2001), Billy Boat (1997), Donnie Beechler (1995), Andy Hillenburg (1994), Dave Blaney (1993), Lealand McSpadden (1991), John Heydenreich (1990), Scott Hatton (1988), Rich Vogler (1987).

VIROC Champions: Kevin Swindell (2013), Sammy Swindell (2012, 2011, and 2009), Brad Loyet (2010)

Past “A” Feature Starters: Sammy Swindell 20, Jerry Coons, Jr. 14, Dave Darland 13, Tracy Hines 12, Cory Kruseman 12, Kevin Olson 10, Brad Kuhn 8, Shane Cottle 8, J.J. Yeley 7, Jon Stanbrough 6, Kasey Kahne 6, P.J Jones 6, Bobby East 5, Matt Westfall 5, Steve Buckwalter 5, Kevin Swindell 5,Damion Gardner 5, Casey Shuman 4, Bryan Clauson 4, Davey Ray 4, Tim McCreadie 4, Michael Pickens 4, Chris Windom 3, Brad Loyet 3, Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. 3, Thomas Meseraull 3, Daryn Pittman 3, Shane Golobic 3, Danny Stratton 3, Kyle Larson 3, Jac Haudenschild 3, Mike Hess 3, Gary Taylor 2, Chad Boat 2, Don Droud, Jr. 2, Nick Knepper 2, Zach Daum 2, Jonathan Beason 2, Darren Hagen 2, Billy Wease 2, A.J. Fike 2, Brady Bacon 2, Tony Roney, Andrew Felker, Brandon Waelti, Daniel Adler, Shane Hollingsworth, Paul White, Kevin Thomas, Jr., David Gough, Caleb Armstrong, Richard Vander Weerd, Mike Goodman, Mike Spencer, Rico Abreu, Brent Beauchamp

Counties Represented: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United States

United State Count: Oklahoma 45, Indiana 43, California 37, Illinois 29, Texas 15, Missouri 13, Pennsylvania 12, Kansas 11, Arizona 9, Ohio 6, Nebraska 5, Arkansas 5, Colorado 4, Delaware 3, Iowa 3, North Carolina 3, South Dakota 3, Washington 3, Wisconsin 3, Wyoming 3, New York 2, North Dakota 2, Tennessee 2, Alabama, Connecticut, Florida, Idaho, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico

Trade Show: A long standing tradition at the Chili Bowl, the Trade Show, which is open to the public each day (Tuesday 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.

Chili Bowl Online: All official news regarding the 28th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl National presented by General Tire can be found at http://www.chilibowl.com. Updates throughout the Chili Bowl can be found via Facebook and Twitter at http://www.facebook.com/chilibowlnationals and http://www.twitter.com/cbnationals.

Event Coverage: For the first time, the Chili Bowl will be show online on http://www.racinboys.com. The online PPV experience will run from Tuesday through Saturday’s qualifiers. At time of opening ceremonies on Saturday, Racinboys PPV coverage will cease as final features will be shown live on MAVTV American Real for the first time. For a complete listing of channels, and to request MAVTV, log onto http://www.mavtv.com.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the Chili Bowl Midget Nationals. More information about the products available from Lucas Oil can be found at www.lucasoil.com. General Tire is the presenting sponsor of the Chili Bowl. A complete inventory of tires offered by General Tire can be found at www.generaltire.com.

Vacuworx Global is the title sponsor of the VIROC which brings past Chili Bowl Champions as well as champions from around the world together for a single 20 lap race to see who is the best of the best. For more information about Vacuworx log onto www.vacuworx.com. For more information on past champions of the VIROC, log onto www.theviroc.com.

For more information on the Chili Bowl log onto http://www.chilibowl.com or call 918-838-3777.

 

 

TULSA, Okla. (January 4, 2014) - It’s a night that Frank Flud will never forget. Coming out of “B” Feature competition, the Pryor, Okla. driver led the distance in his Last Chance Qualifier to earn a ticket into the night’s 25 Lap feature event where everything went his way; coming from seventeenth to victory in the “A” Class Non-Wing feature event.

Seven races later, Flud again lined up seventeenth, this time for the night’s 55 lap Outlaw “A” Feature. With passing points from his Heat and Qualifier placing Flud to the pole of his “B” Feature, a win to advance to the night’s final feature event where, under non-stop green flag laps, Frank Flud became a two-time Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout winner with the pass for the lead coming on Lap 41.

A historical achievement by the Oklahoma driver, Flud was of four from the Sooner State to claim a Golden Driller.

Broken Arrow shoe Cannon McIntosh led the distance in the Junior Sprints with Pauls Valley, Oklahoma’s Steven Shebester coming from eleventh to win in the drama filled Non-Wing Outlaw feature. Spun leading on Lap 3, Jonathan Beason exacted his revenge by spinning Tyler Thomas, who was running second on Lap 19, after allowing the leaders to run him down. Both drivers exited the racing surface.

Sapulpa’s Blake Hahn returned to victory lane in the ECOtec Midgets, scoring his second victory in the division and fifth Tulsa Shootout feature win overall. Hahn was the only winner to have a previous Shootout Championship coming into the 2104 edition.

Two drillers will make the trip to California.

Tucker Worth led all but five laps to earn the night’s “A” Class feature win. Challenged on the final lap by early leader Nathan Benson, a last corner slide job by the Missouri driver put the pair in a drag race for the win with Worth able to turn down the track and save the win.

Stockton’s Alex Panella led flag to flag to take the Golden Driller back to left coast for the third year, carrying on the streak of California wins started by Dahne Lynn McKay in 2012.

Taking the lead on Lap 8 in the 1,200cc Mini Sprint feature, Korey Weyant of Springfield, Ill. earned the “Land of Lincoln” its first driller since 2007.

Overall, 234 events contested saw 153 driver earning a victory through Heat, “C” Feature, Qualifiers, “B” Features, and “A” Features. Flud’s duel drillers put him atop the win chart with seven victories to his credit across three divisions.

Oklahoma drivers accounted for 94 wins overall during the weekend. Drivers from California earned 65 wins with Indiana drivers accounting for 22 wins. Texas was the only other state to earn double-digit victories with 19.

Results: 29th annual Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout

Winged Outlaws

Heat Races: Top 72 in passing points advance to Qualifiers with a four car inversion.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 22C-Curtis Jones; 2. 08K-Brad Best; 3. 79-Heath Duinkerken; 4. 36-Kris Carroll; 5. 99F-Shane Fletcher; 6. 60-Davey Hamilton Jr.; 7. 90-Jeffrey Wallace; 8. (DNF) 6-Blake Bennington

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 29S-Scott Sawyer; 2. 4V-Tyler Thomas; 3. 81-Frank Flud; 4. 91C-Cale Thomas; 5. 79T-Matt Taylor; 6. 44W-Ben Worth; 7. 97-Paige Howard; 8. (DNF) 23-Raelynne Moss

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 7J-Michael Faccinto; 2. 10J-Cory Eliason; 3. 23S-Sara Elrod; 4. 144-Alex Bright; 5. 56-Joe Faloon; 6. 5-Jimmy Harris; 7. (DNF) 10W-George White; DNS 22-Dalton Seigler

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 88-Ryan Worth; 2. 49-Joel Smith; 3. 15B-Quinton Benson; 4. 12C-Carlee Gress; 5. (DNF) 44M-Chris Martin; 6. (DNF) 17J-Jacob Johnston; 7. (DNF) 97B-Chris Breen; 8. (DNF) 16X-Danny Davidson

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 4X-Andrew Felker; 2. 11-Mitchell Faccinto; 3. 8G-Tyler Gordon; 4. 14K-Tim Koch; 5. 15U-Willie Urish; 6. 8V-Bryce Volpa; 7. 17-Harlan Hulsey; 8. 12S-Drew Salisbury

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 91K-Kevin Bayer; 2. 21-Ty Hulsey; 3. 22S-Shawn Murray; 4. 29D-Blake Dewberry; 5. 10J-Cory Eliason; 6. 08-Cory Grenzy; 7. 34X-Joey Baker; 8. (DNF) 33X-Justin Patocka

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 55X-Scott Mauldin; 2. 61-Kenny Koelsch; 3. 179-Landon Hurst; 4. 55C-Brandon Carey; 5. 7W-Trent Wilson; 6. 66-Edmund Bishop; 7. 12B-Daniel Bagley; 8. 77X-Alex Hill

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 029-Austin Stone; 2. 20M-Chris Miller; 3. 25J-Delaney Jost; 4. 1B-Brandon Buysse; 5. 96-Zachary Gigot; 6. 88N-Tyler Nelson; 7. 29-Ryan Timmons; 8. 72-Christopher Wright

Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 21X-Raio Morgan; 2. 1Z-Brock Zearfoss; 3. 08D-David McIntosh; 4. 94-Andrew Peters; 5. 57-Kyle Huttenhow; 6. 47X-Dylan Westbrook; 7. 67B-Bob Bourff; 8. 99J-Liam Haigh

Heat 10 (8 Laps): 1. 94C-Shawn Conde; 2. 82C-Christian Kinnison; 3. 321-Chad Winfrey; 4. 00X-Dane Lorene; 5. 41H-Colton Hardy; 6. 99-Alec Long; 7. 7F-Shane Fick; DNS C2-Kevin Vick

Heat 11 (8 Laps): 1. 21H-Terry Hinck; 2. 33-Tucker Worth; 3. 98-Sean Watts; 4. B12-Blake McDermott; 5. 18-Justin Fletcher; 6. 2-Drew Hillenburg; 7. (DNF) 4C-Cole McDaniel; 8. (DNF) 21C-Tom Calico

Heat 12 (8 Laps): 1. 9-Jared Peterson; 2. 10H-Jason Humphrey; 3. 2B-Nathan Benson; 4. 51-Roger Ritchey; 5. 102-Chris Berreth; 6. 73-Jake Mosley; 7. (DNF) 551-Tyler Courtney; 8. (DNF) 15J-Jake Galusha

Heat 13 (8 Laps): 1. 10K-Kelvin Lewis; 2. 3B-Shelby Bosie; 3. 5X-Tyson Hall; 4. 31-Dylan Kadous; 5. 14T-Tyler Walton; 6. 007-Shane Sundquist; 7. 5D-Darren Wisley; 8. 77M-Aaron Miller

Heat 14 (8 Laps): 1. 7B-Austin Brown; 2. 20-Brock Landers; 3. 15-Jeff Frey; 4. 12-Jarrett Soares; 5. 91A-Alec Frisell; 6. 87M-Justin McCoy; 7. 1AV-Ryan Robinson; 8. 13-John Kahl

Heat 15 (8 Laps): 1. 79M-Dahne Lynn McKay; 2. 79J-Jacob Patton; 3. 87-Liam Ryan; 4. 71-Dustin OBrien; 5. 92R-Jake Rosario; 6. 5B-Zach Boder; 7. 7H-Lindsey Howard; 8. (DNF) 15D-Andrew Deal

Heat 16 (8 Laps): 1. 08W-Harli White; 2. 21B-Wes McIntyre; 3. 13H-Brad Hannum; 4. 12K-Kyle Amerson; 5. 29C-Connor Borah; 6. 23A-Hannah Adair; 7. 27-Nathan Brookshier; 8. (DNF) 93-Raleigh Shepherd

Heat 17 (8 Laps): 1. 118-Scott Evans; 2. 14-Jake Hagopian; 3. 73X-Jason McDougal; 4. 39S-Kevin Swindell; 5. 00-Grady Chandler; 6. 188-Brett Adams; 7. 1-Johnny B.; 8. (DNF) 21P-Dalton Parson

Heat 18 (8 Laps): 1. 41-Giovanni Scelzi; 2. 35B-Dwayne Benson; 3. 52J-Justin Peck; 4. 14H-Harley Hollan; 5. 88G-BJ Gatewood; 6. 27K-Kyle Keeler; 7. 9S-Nick Schaeffer

Heat 19 (8 Laps): 1. 8-Chris Andrews; 2. 44A-Ayrton Gennetten; 3. 7-John Bordenave; 4. 27T-Tucker Klaasmeyer; 5. 82X-Chris Silva; 6. (DNF) 39-Russ Disinger; 7. (DNF) 66R-Jason Rogers

*Qualifiers: Top 16 in combined Passing Points from Heats and Qualifiers advance to Saturday’s “A” Feature. *

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 94C-Shawn Conde[5]; 2. 9-Jared Peterson[4]; 3. 81-Frank Flud[2]; 4. 21X-Raio Morgan[6]; 5. 91K-Kevin Bayer[1]; 6. 20-Brock Landers[7]; 7. 102-Chris Berreth[11]; 8. 23S-Sara Elrod[12]; 9. B12-Blake McDermott[8]; 10. 08W-Harli White[3]; 11. (DNF) 10H-Jason Humphrey[9]; 12. (DNF) 00X-Dane Lorene[10]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 41-Giovanni Scelzi[1]; 2. 15B-Quinton Benson[2]; 3. 8-Chris Andrews[3]; 4. 21B-Wes McIntyre[4]; 5. 20M-Chris Miller[5]; 6. 44A-Ayrton Gennetten[7]; 7. 21H-Terry Hinck[6]; 8. 92R-Jake Rosario[11]; 9. 3B-Shelby Bosie[9]; 10. 51-Roger Ritchey[10]; 11. 88G-BJ Gatewood[8]; 12. 22S-Shawn Murray[12]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 4V-Tyler Thomas[3]; 2. 14-Jake Hagopian[4]; 3. 49-Joel Smith[1]; 4. 5X-Tyson Hall[2]; 5. 13H-Brad Hannum[5]; 6. 11-Mitchell Faccinto[8]; 7. 79J-Jacob Patton[9]; 8. 8G-Tyler Gordon[7]; 9. 7B-Austin Brown[6]; 10. 15-Jeff Frey[12]; 11. 29C-Connor Borah[11]; DNS 31-Dylan Kadous

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 10J-Cory Eliason[3]; 2. 1Z-Brock Zearfoss[1]; 3. 22C-Curtis Jones[5]; 4. 29S-Scott Sawyer[4]; 5. 33-Tucker Worth[8]; 6. 08D-David McIntosh[9]; 7. 73X-Jason McDougal[2]; 8. 118-Scott Evans[6]; 9. 25J-Delaney Jost[7]; 10. 39S-Kevin Swindell[10]; 11. 321-Chad Winfrey[11]; 12. 36-Kris Carroll[12]

Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 179-Landon Hurst[1]; 2. 4X-Andrew Felker[5]; 3. 7J-Michael Faccinto[2]; 4. 21-Ty Hulsey[8]; 5. 98-Sean Watts[11]; 6. 35B-Dwayne Benson[3]; 7. 2B-Nathan Benson[9]; 8. 52J-Justin Peck[7]; 9. 27T-Tucker Klaasmeyer[10]; 10. 10K-Kelvin Lewis[4]; 11. 71-Dustin OBrien[12]; 12. (DNF) 08K-Brad Best[6]

Qualifier 6 (10 Laps): 1. 79-Heath Duinkerken[3]; 2. 029-Austin Stone[1]; 3. 79M-Dahne Lynn McKay[4]; 4. 88-Ryan Worth[2]; 5. 29D-Blake Dewberry[7]; 6. 61-Kenny Koelsch[6]; 7. 7W-Trent Wilson[10]; 8. 55X-Scott Mauldin[5]; 9. 82C-Christian Kinnison[8]; 10. 7-John Bordenave[12]; 11. (DNF) 87-Liam Ryan[11]; 12. (DNF) 94-Andrew Peters[9]

”C” Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding “B” Feature.

C Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 15J-Jake Galusha[5]; 2. 16X-Danny Davidson[7]; 3. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[1]; 4. 27K-Kyle Keeler[3]; 5. 7H-Lindsey Howard[4]; 6. 33X-Justin Patocka[8]; 7. 27-Nathan Brookshier[6]; 8. 77M-Aaron Miller[9]; DNS C2-Kevin Vick; DNS 90-Jeffrey Wallace

C Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 97B-Chris Breen[2]; 2. 17-Harlan Hulsey[3]; 3. 12S-Drew Salisbury[5]; 4. 188-Brett Adams[1]; 5. 7F-Shane Fick[4]; 6. 93-Raleigh Shepherd[9]; 7. 77X-Alex Hill[8]; 8. (DNF) 72-Christopher Wright[7]; DNS 22-Dalton Seigler; DNS 99J-Liam Haigh

C Feature 3 (10 Laps): 1. 66R-Jason Rogers[2]; 2. 5B-Zach Boder[1]; 3. 15D-Andrew Deal[6]; 4. 1-Johnny B.[4]; 5. 23-Raelynne Moss[7]; 6. 21C-Tom Calico[8]; 7. 97-Paige Howard[5]; 8. (DNF) 12B-Daniel Bagley[3]; 9. (DNF) 6-Blake Bennington[9]

C Feature 4 (10 Laps): 1. 39-Russ Disinger[1]; 2. 551-Tyler Courtney[9]; 3. 9S-Nick Schaeffer[4]; 4. 10W-George White[6]; 5. 13-John Kahl[7]; 6. 5D-Darren Wisley[5]; 7. (DNF) 21P-Dalton Parson[8]; 8. (DNF) 17J-Jacob Johnston[2]; 9. (DNF) 4C-Cole McDaniel[3]

”B” Features: Top 2 advance to LCQ.

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 81-Frank Flud[1]; 2. 88-Ryan Worth[2]; 3. 20-Brock Landers[3]; 4. 2B-Nathan Benson[4]; 5. 91A-Alec Frisell[9]; 6. 73-Jake Mosley[12]; 7. 25J-Delaney Jost[6]; 8. 188-Brett Adams[14]; 9. 82X-Chris Silva[10]; 10. 96-Zachary Gigot[11]; 11. 41H-Colton Hardy[8]; 12. (DNF) 10K-Kelvin Lewis[5]; 13. (DNF) 15J-Jake Galusha[13]; 14. (DNF) 94-Andrew Peters[7]

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 7J-Michael Faccinto[1]; 2. 33-Tucker Worth[2]; 3. 44A-Ayrton Gennetten[3]; 4. 08W-Harli White[5]; 5. 55C-Brandon Carey[9]; 6. 21H-Terry Hinck[4]; 7. 144-Alex Bright[8]; 8. 44W-Ben Worth[10]; 9. 00X-Dane Lorene[7]; 10. 23A-Hannah Adair[12]; 11. 16X-Danny Davidson[13]; 12. 44M-Chris Martin[11]; 13. 51-Roger Ritchey[6]; 14. (DNF) 12S-Drew Salisbury[14]

B Feature 3 (12 Laps): 1. 91K-Kevin Bayer[2]; 2. 29S-Scott Sawyer[1]; 3. 08K-Brad Best[7]; 4. 7-John Bordenave[6]; 5. 7B-Austin Brown[5]; 6. 2-Drew Hillenburg[9]; 7. 27K-Kyle Keeler[14]; 8. 92R-Jake Rosario[4]; 9. 12C-Carlee Gress[8]; 10. 5-Jimmy Harris[10]; 11. 97B-Chris Breen[13]; 12. 57-Kyle Huttenhow[11]; 13. (DNF) 34X-Joey Baker[12]; 14. (DNF) 11-Mitchell Faccinto[3]

B Feature 4 (12 Laps): 1. 29D-Blake Dewberry[2]; 2. 39S-Kevin Swindell[4]; 3. 102-Chris Berreth[3]; 4. 118-Scott Evans[5]; 5. 15-Jeff Frey[6]; 6. 14K-Tim Koch[8]; 7. 10H-Jason Humphrey[7]; 8. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[14]; 9. 8V-Bryce Volpa[10]; 10. 00-Grady Chandler[11]; 11. 49-Joel Smith[1]; 12. 29-Ryan Timmons[12]; 13. 1B-Brandon Buysse[9]; 14. (DNF) 17-Harlan Hulsey[13]

B Feature 5 (12 Laps): 1. 20M-Chris Miller[2]; 2. 21-Ty Hulsey[1]; 3. 55X-Scott Mauldin[4]; 4. 14H-Harley Hollan[11]; 5. 61-Kenny Koelsch[3]; 6. 88N-Tyler Nelson[10]; 7. 10W-George White[14]; 8. 88G-BJ Gatewood[6]; 9. (DNF) 67B-Bob Bourff[12]; 10. (DNF) 66R-Jason Rogers[13]; 11. (DNF) 12-Jarrett Soares[8]; 12. (DNF) 27T-Tucker Klaasmeyer[5]; 13. (DNF) 12K-Kyle Amerson[9]; 14. (DNF) 31-Dylan Kadous[7]

B Feature 6 (12 Laps): 1. 21X-Raio Morgan[1]; 2. 35B-Dwayne Benson[2]; 3. 73X-Jason McDougal[3]; 4. 1AV-Ryan Robinson[12]; 5. 79T-Matt Taylor[11]; 6. 23S-Sara Elrod[4]; 7. B12-Blake McDermott[5]; 8. 56-Joe Faloon[9]; 9. 007-Shane Sundquist[10]; 10. 9S-Nick Schaeffer[14]; 11. 22S-Shawn Murray[7]; 12. (DNF) 5B-Zach Boder[13]; 13. (DNF) 91C-Cale Thomas[8]; 14. (DNF) 71-Dustin OBrien[6]

B Feature 7 (12 Laps): 1. 98-Sean Watts[1]; 2. 7W-Trent Wilson[3]; 3. 13H-Brad Hannum[2]; 4. 3B-Shelby Bosie[5]; 5. 99F-Shane Fletcher[8]; 6. 29C-Connor Borah[6]; 7. 18-Justin Fletcher[9]; 8. 08-Cory Grenzy[11]; 9. 60-Davey Hamilton Jr.[12]; 10. 1-Johnny B.[14]; 11. (DNF) 8G-Tyler Gordon[4]; 12. (DNF) 87M-Justin McCoy[10]; 13. (DNF) 39-Russ Disinger[13]; 14. (DNF) 87-Liam Ryan[7]

B Feature 8 (12 Laps): 1. 5X-Tyson Hall[1]; 2. 08D-David McIntosh[2]; 3. 551-Tyler Courtney[13]; 4. 36-Kris Carroll[7]; 5. 79J-Jacob Patton[3]; 6. 14T-Tyler Walton[9]; 7. 82C-Christian Kinnison[5]; 8. 52J-Justin Peck[4]; 9. 321-Chad Winfrey[6]; 10. 15U-Willie Urish[10]; 11. (DNF) 66-Edmund Bishop[11]; 12. (DNF) 15D-Andrew Deal[14]; 13. (DNF) 99-Alec Long[12]; 14. (DNF) 10C-Jerrod Wilson[8]

”A” Features: presented by Speedway Motors.

A Feature (55 Laps): 1. 81-Frank Flud[17]; 2. 10J-Cory Eliason[4]; 3. 9-Jared Peterson[1]; 4. 8-Chris Andrews[12]; 5. 79M-Dahne Lynn McKay[10]; 6. 179-Landon Hurst[9]; 7. 14-Jake Hagopian[5]; 8. 21B-Wes McIntyre[14]; 9. 41-Giovanni Scelzi[7]; 10. 94C-Shawn Conde[2]; 11. 79-Heath Duinkerken[6]; 12. 88-Ryan Worth[22]; 13. 22C-Curtis Jones[16]; 14. 7J-Michael Faccinto[18]; 15. 5X-Tyson Hall[20]; 16. 1Z-Brock Zearfoss[13]; 17. 21X-Raio Morgan[19]; 18. 29S-Scott Sawyer[24]; 19. 98-Sean Watts[21]; 20. 33-Tucker Worth[23]; 21. (DNF) 029-Austin Stone[15]; 22. (DNF) 15B-Quinton Benson[11]; 23. (DNF) 4V-Tyler Thomas[3]; 24. (DNF) 4X-Andrew Felker[8]

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'A' Class Non-Winged

Heat Races: Top 72 in passing points advance to Qualifiers with a four car inversion.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 73-Jason McDougal; 2. 54S-Will Scribner; 3. 24-Nate McMillin; 4. 15-Morgan Roan; 5. 7K-Jack Kirby; 6. 18K-Steve Finn; 7. 22S-Shawn Murray; 8. (DNF) 44-Garrett Olson

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 22X-Jonathan Roan; 2. 28X-Todd McWilliams; 3. 30-John Crowder; 4. 05C-Eric Cantrell; 5. 54B-Jake Beasley; 6. 11R-Rick Oller; 7. 29-Ryan Timmons; 8. 83-Shane Weeks

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 128-Karley Kay Dobson; 2. 92L-Austin Lambert; 3. 71M-Roy Maxwell; 4. 77H-J.J. Haley; 5. 28-Trevor Reed; 6. 8-Dustin Boston; 7. 70-Charles Valenzuela; DNS 77B-Michael Berry

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 14B-Brandon Henson; 2. 07-Travis Crawford; 3. 54-Casey Wright; 4. 11H-Garrett Hood; 5. 171-Cody Meade; 6. 4-Jared Fell; 7. 9K-Kieran Casillas; 8. (DNF) 104-Ruben Morris

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 79X-D.J. Estes; 2. 7M-Kevin Ramey; 3. 15D-Andrew Deal; 4. 28T-Nicholas Rasa; 5. 25-Anton Hernandez; 6. 51-Roger Ritchey; 7. 97-Paige Howard; 8. 74S-Shelby Larson

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 8L-Brian Lunsford; 2. 9E-Kinzer Edwards; 3. 57B-Cole Bodine; 4. 89-Jarrett Crouch; 5. 17E-Blake Edwards; 6. 92R-Jake Rosario; 7. L23-Jordon Lambert; 8. 12-Shane Hacker

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 9L-Lonnie Fraley; 2. 04-Kyle Jones; 3. 79-Tim Kent; 4. 10-Brian Parker; 5. 7F-Shane Fick; 6. P51-Aaron Dromgoole; 7. 04P-Paige Moss; 8. (DNF) 72K-Rick Kirkes

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 92-Jordan Herman; 2. 1-Jeffrey Newell; 3. 11E-Cory Elliott; 4. 98M-Derrick McBride; 5. 15X-Keith Martin; 6. 8J-Josh Marcham; 7. 2T-Tony Ogden; DNS 77J-Jerrod Wilson

Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 40-Michael Faccinto; 2. 66R-Jason Rogers; 3. 1C-Curtis Bailey; 4. 29C-Connor Borah; 5. 8G-Devin Gerrior; 6. 1B-Brandon Buysse; 7. 23-Raelynne Moss; DNS 44M-Chris Martin

Heat 10 (8 Laps): 1. 91-Cole Lambert; 2. 11-Harlan Hulsey; 3. 3-Ryann Kolkmeier; 4. 65G-Casey Wills; 5. 65-Tyler Russel; 6. 16X-Kody Conley; 7. 74E-Jessica Estes; 8. 13L-Lamont Baker

Heat 11 (8 Laps): 1. 22H-Jessee Holt; 2. 13-John Kahl; 3. 13B-Brittany Yarwood; 4. 5-Ty Hulsey; 5. 00W-Travis Weaver; 6. 39C-Chase Cabre; 7. 23C-Jason Crane; 8. (DNF) 69H-Jeromy Hefler

Heat 12 (8 Laps): 1. 029-Austin Stone; 2. 7-Cord Dodson; 3. 20W-Shawn Wicker; 4. 44A-Ayrton Gennetten; 5. 69-Kenny Howard; 6. (DNF) 00K-Justin McCoy; 7. (DNF) 04H-Jason Holt; 8. (DNF) 99H-Michael Shelton

Heat 13 (8 Laps): 1. 82-Steven Shebester; 2. 39-Russ Disinger; 3. 41H-Colton Hardy; 4. 39K-Kaitlyn Hammer; 5. 10J-Brandon Jarvis; 6. 57-Kyle Huttenhow; 7. (DNF) 57G-Larry Martinez; 8. (DNF) 29D-Blake Dewberry

Heat 14 (8 Laps): 1. 9X-Kevin Swindell; 2. 40S-Parker Price-Miller; 3. 34-John Baker; 4. 8X-Austin Shores; 5. 47-Austin Helt; 6. (DNF) 99J-Liam Haigh; 7. (DNF) 8M-Eddie Moss; 8. (DNF) 55-Tyler Liebig

Heat 15 (8 Laps): 1. 512-Blake Hahn; 2. 2B-Nathan Benson; 3. 28V-Luke Verardi; 4. 82C-Christian Kinnison; 5. 38-Jimmy Wood; 6. 188-Chad Wheeler; 7. 749-Kyle Schlotz; 8. (DNF) 84-Dave Nicholson

Heat 16 (8 Laps): 1. 71X-Colby Estes; 2. 321-Chad Winfrey; 3. 88-Tony Tenick; 4. 44W-Ben Worth; 5. 19-Issac Barr; 6. (DNF) 71K-Nick Remmel; 7. (DNF) 88J-Jake Adams; DNS 22-Dalton Seigler

Heat 17 (8 Laps): 1. 91K-Kevin Bayer; 2. 93K-Riley Kreisel; 3. 21-Jeremy Wickham; 4. 5J-Jerry Hockett; 5. 6A-William Owen; 6. 71-Weston Gorham; 7. 29K-Kyle Amerson; DNS 58-Collin Traylor

Heat 18 (8 Laps): 1. 80-Alex Sewell; 2. 73W-Dylan Ward; 3. 17-Joe Leek; 4. 41-Giovanni Scelzi; 5. 28G-Gordon Goyer; 6. 311-Tyler King; 7. 49-Joel Smith; 8. 13M-Chance McCreary

Heat 19 (8 Laps): 1. 81-Frank Flud; 2. 31-Dylan Kadous; 3. 0J-Bradley Jameson; 4. 37-Brad Nichols; 5. 93L-Trey Lambert; 6. 19C-Dennis Casillas; 7. 14-Ron Durr; 8. 22B-Rodney Bippus

Heat 20 (8 Laps): 1. 18-Logan Scherb; 2. 92T-Tim Ferguson; 3. 25C-Chase Meade; 4. 61-Kaley Engstrom; 5. 82S-Sterling Hoff; 6. 11T-Payton Pierce; 7. (DNF) 11N-Levi Neely; 8. (DNF) 8-Dustin Boston

Heat 21 (8 Laps): 1. 7C-Chris Cochran; 2. 36-Jonathan Beason; 3. 16-Billy Cribbs; 4. 2-Ronnie James; 5. 1F-Cole Ketcham; 6. 20-Noah Hams; 7. 71D-Danny Clum; 8. 3G-Justin Elswick

Heat 22 (8 Laps): 1. 2D-Dustin Davidson; 2. 5H-Cameron Hagin; 3. 6E-Bobby Eubanks; 4. 9C-Shawn Conde; 5. 13T-Tony Sinquefield; 6. 898-Ryan Padgett; 7. (DNF) 99-Kyle Keeler; 8. (DNF) 14T-Tim Ottenbacher

Heat 23 (8 Laps): 1. 94L-Layne Himebaugh; 2. 925-Travis Crane; 3. 5X-Tyson Hall; 4. 11M-Justin Melton; 5. 33X-Justin Patocka; 6. 24T-Trenton Borchers; 7. 0-Kort Morgan; 8. 04C-Caleb Paris

Heat 24 (8 Laps): 1. 32-Trey Marcham; 2. 7Z-TJ Smith; 3. 33Z-Ezekiel Lewis; 4. 7S-Jason Scheulen; 5. 74-Mike Martin; 6. 17K-Jacob Knipmeyer; 7. (DNF) 27D-Jared Dunkin; 8. (DNF) 112-Scott Smith

Heat 25 (8 Laps): 1. 15T-Tristan Guardino; 2. 87-Liam Ryan; 3. 5B-Thad Bennett; 4. 11J-Joey Starnes; 5. 07X-Patrick Hurtado; 6. 10Z-Zane Lawrence; 7. (DNF) 9S-Nick Schaeffer; 8. (DNF) 2C-Casey Andrews

Heat 26 (8 Laps): 1. 27-Sean Jones; 2. 25W-Tommy White; 3. (DNF) 01J-Jeb Sessums; 4. (DNF) 17J-Jacob Johnston; 5. (DNF) 77-Dean Drake Jr; 6. (DNF) 12B-Daniel Bagley; 7. (DNF) 7H-Lindsey Howard; DNS 33-Tucker Worth

Heat 27 (8 Laps): 1. 6-Blake Bennington; 2. 02-Bobby Henning; 3. 50-Megan Wood; 4. 77M-Aaron Miller; 5. 97X-Westin Walker; 6. 1G-Garett Hake; 7. C3-Bobby Chapa; 8. 12N-Jason Tyer

Heat 28 (8 Laps): 1. 1AV-Ryan Robinson; 2. 911-Ryan Kline; 3. 75-Ryan Truitt; 4. 121-Austin Kromberg; 5. 21M-Michele Melton; 6. 12X-Jarrett Soares; 7. 8C-Chase Goetz

*Qualifiers: Top 16 in combined Passing Points from Heats and Qualifiers advance to Saturday’s “A” Feature. *

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 15T-Tristan Guardino[2]; 2. 7M-Kevin Ramey[3]; 3. 7C-Chris Cochran[6]; 4. 27-Sean Jones[10]; 5. 75-Ryan Truitt[8]; 6. 5B-Thad Bennett[12]; 7. 71X-Colby Estes[9]; 8. 92T-Tim Ferguson[7]; 9. 73-Jason McDougal[4]; 10. 911-Ryan Kline[1]; 11. 128-Karley Kay Dobson[5]; 12. 07-Travis Crawford[11]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 1-Jeffrey Newell[3]; 2. 6-Blake Bennington[2]; 3. 9L-Lonnie Fraley[5]; 4. 9X-Kevin Swindell[4]; 5. 22X-Jonathan Roan[8]; 6. 2D-Dustin Davidson[6]; 7. 9E-Kinzer Edwards[11]; 8. 10-Brian Parker[10]; 9. 925-Travis Crane[7]; 10. 41H-Colton Hardy[1]; 11. 91K-Kevin Bayer[9]; 12. 01J-Jeb Sessums[12]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 7-Cord Dodson[3]; 2. 11-Harlan Hulsey[2]; 3. 1AV-Ryan Robinson[6]; 4. 22H-Jessee Holt[5]; 5. 80-Alex Sewell[9]; 6. 25W-Tommy White[7]; 7. 61-Kaley Engstrom[10]; 8. 39-Russ Disinger[11]; 9. 17-Joe Leek[1]; 10. (DNF) 14B-Brandon Henson[8]; 11. (DNF) 11H-Garrett Hood[12]; 12. (DNF) 13-John Kahl[4]

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 029-Austin Stone[5]; 2. 0J-Bradley Jameson[1]; 3. 2B-Nathan Benson[2]; 4. 81-Frank Flud[9]; 5. 66R-Jason Rogers[4]; 6. 24-Nate McMillin[7]; 7. 5-Ty Hulsey[12]; 8. 8L-Brian Lunsford[8]; 9. 2-Ronnie James[10]; 10. 92L-Austin Lambert[6]; 11. 5H-Cameron Hagin[3]; 12. 54-Casey Wright[11]

Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 31-Dylan Kadous[2]; 2. 6E-Bobby Eubanks[1]; 3. 40-Michael Faccinto[8]; 4. 321-Chad Winfrey[6]; 5. 57B-Cole Bodine[11]; 6. 18-Logan Scherb[9]; 7. 82C-Christian Kinnison[12]; 8. 82-Steven Shebester[5]; 9. 54S-Will Scribner[10]; 10. 15D-Andrew Deal[3]; 11. 79X-D.J. Estes[4]; 12. (DNF) 30-John Crowder[7]

Qualifier 6 (10 Laps): 1. 7Z-TJ Smith[2]; 2. 92-Jordan Herman[4]; 3. 79-Tim Kent[11]; 4. 93K-Riley Kreisel[6]; 5. 5X-Tyson Hall[1]; 6. 94L-Layne Himebaugh[3]; 7. 13B-Brittany Yarwood[7]; 8. 17J-Jacob Johnston[12]; 9. 91-Cole Lambert[8]; 10. (DNF) 28X-Todd McWilliams[10]; 11. (DNF) 32-Trey Marcham[9]; 12. (DNF) 512-Blake Hahn[5]

”C” Feature: Top 2 advance to corresponding “B” Feature.

C Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 11J-Joey Starnes[1]; 2. 1F-Cole Ketcham[2]; 3. 51-Roger Ritchey[9]; 4. C3-Bobby Chapa[7]; 5. 21M-Michele Melton[4]; 6. 39K-Kaitlyn Hammer[3]; 7. 70-Charles Valenzuela[10]; 8. 13L-Lamont Baker[14]; 9. (DNF) 6A-William Owen[5]; 10. (DNF) 8J-Josh Marcham[6]; 11. (DNF) 112-Scott Smith[12]; 12. (DNF) 12B-Daniel Bagley[8]; 13. (DNF) 104-Ruben Morris[13]; 14. (DNF) 8M-Eddie Moss[11]

C Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 7K-Jack Kirby[3]; 2. 188-Chad Wheeler[7]; 3. 33X-Justin Patocka[2]; 4. 58-Collin Traylor[14]; 5. 0-Kort Morgan[11]; 6. 77M-Aaron Miller[1]; 7. 23-Raelynne Moss[10]; 8. 04P-Paige Moss[8]; 9. 72K-Rick Kirkes[13]; 10. (DNF) 77-Dean Drake Jr[5]; 11. (DNF) 24T-Trenton Borchers[9]; 12. (DNF) 2C-Casey Andrews[12]; 13. (DNF) 57-Kyle Huttenhow[6]; 14. (DNF) 11R-Rick Oller[4]

C Feature 3 (10 Laps): 1. 11T-Payton Pierce[6]; 2. 7S-Jason Scheulen[1]; 3. 74-Mike Martin[5]; 4. 12N-Jason Tyer[12]; 5. 74E-Jessica Estes[8]; 6. 05C-Eric Cantrell[2]; 7. 20-Noah Hams[7]; 8. 71D-Danny Clum[10]; 9. 9S-Nick Schaeffer[11]; 10. 99H-Michael Shelton[13]; 11. 97X-Westin Walker[3]; 12. 22-Dalton Seigler[14]; 13. 92R-Jake Rosario[4]; 14. 12X-Jarrett Soares[9]

C Feature 4 (10 Laps): 1. 121-Austin Kromberg[1]; 2. 8G-Devin Gerrior[3]; 3. 98M-Derrick McBride[2]; 4. 23C-Jason Crane[10]; 5. 36D-Dustin Boston[11]; 6. L23-Jordon Lambert[9]; 7. 17K-Jacob Knipmeyer[4]; 8. 22S-Shawn Murray[6]; 9. 69H-Jeromy Hefler[12]; 10. 84-Dave Nicholson[13]; 11. (DNF) 77B-Michael Berry[14]; 12. (DNF) 39C-Chase Cabre[7]; 13. (DNF) 00W-Travis Weaver[5]; 14. (DNF) 04H-Jason Holt[8]

C Feature 5 (10 Laps): 1. P51-Aaron Dromgoole[5]; 2. 97-Paige Howard[10]; 3. 171-Cody Meade[1]; 4. 10Z-Zane Lawrence[4]; 5. (DNF) 10J-Brandon Jarvis[3]; 6. (DNF) 88J-Jake Adams[7]; 7. (DNF) 37-Brad Nichols[2]; 8. (DNF) 3G-Justin Elswick[11]; 9. (DNF) 29K-Kyle Amerson[8]; 10. (DNF) 44M-Chris Martin[14]; 11. (DNF) 55-Tyler Liebig[12]; 12. (DNF) 57G-Larry Martinez[6]; 13. (DNF) 22B-Rodney Bippus[13]; 14. (DNF) 71K-Nick Remmel[9]

C Feature 6 (10 Laps): 1. 47-Austin Helt[1]; 2. 4-Jared Fell[2]; 3. 16X-Kody Conley[5]; 4. 44-Garrett Olson[13]; 5. 13M-Chance McCreary[12]; 6. 1G-Garett Hake[4]; 7. 311-Tyler King[7]; 8. 2T-Tony Ogden[11]; 9. 11N-Levi Neely[10]; 10. 28G-Gordon Goyer[3]; 11. 749-Kyle Schlotz[6]; 12. 27D-Jared Dunkin[9]; 13. (DNF) 8C-Chase Goetz[8]; DNS 33-Tucker Worth

C Feature 7 (10 Laps): 1. 38-Jimmy Wood[1]; 2. 00K-Justin McCoy[2]; 3. 898-Ryan Padgett[7]; 4. 71-Weston Gorham[5]; 5. 93L-Trey Lambert[3]; 6. 99-Kyle Keeler[11]; 7. 18K-Steve Finn[8]; 8. 49-Joel Smith[6]; 9. 14T-Tim Ottenbacher[12]; 10. 04C-Caleb Paris[10]; 11. (DNF) 74S-Shelby Larson[13]; 12. (DNF) 7F-Shane Fick[4]; DNS 77J-Jerrod Wilson; DNS 7H-Lindsey Howard

C Feature 8 (10 Laps): 1. 82S-Sterling Hoff[1]; 2. 29D-Blake Dewberry[11]; 3. 83-Shane Weeks[12]; 4. 14-Ron Durr[6]; 5. 19C-Dennis Casillas[5]; 6. 13T-Tony Sinquefield[3]; 7. (DNF) 99J-Liam Haigh[2]; 8. (DNF) 69-Kenny Howard[4]; 9. (DNF) 36D-Dustin Boston[8]; 10. (DNF) 1B-Brandon Buysse[7]; 11. (DNF) 9K-Kieran Casillas[10]; 12. (DNF) 12-Shane Hacker[13]; 13. (DNF) 29-Ryan Timmons[9]

”B” Features: Top 2 transfer to corresponding LCQ.

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 11-Harlan Hulsey[1]; 2. 13-John Kahl[5]; 3. 128-Karley Kay Dobson[7]; 4. 93K-Riley Kreisel[2]; 5. 71X-Colby Estes[4]; 6. 73W-Dylan Ward[8]; 7. 1F-Cole Ketcham[14]; 8. 82C-Christian Kinnison[3]; 9. 51-Roger Ritchey[15]; 10. 79X-D.J. Estes[6]; 11. 11E-Cory Elliott[10]; 12. 11J-Joey Starnes[13]; 13. 29C-Connor Borah[9]; 14. 28-Trevor Reed[12]; 15. (DNF) 28T-Nicholas Rasa[11]

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 5B-Thad Bennett[2]; 2. 25-Anton Hernandez[12]; 3. 9E-Kinzer Edwards[3]; 4. 73-Jason McDougal[4]; 5. 44A-Ayrton Gennetten[11]; 6. 188-Chad Wheeler[14]; 7. 8L-Brian Lunsford[5]; 8. 57B-Cole Bodine[1]; 9. 7K-Jack Kirby[13]; 10. 1C-Curtis Bailey[10]; 11. 14B-Brandon Henson[7]; 12. 02-Bobby Henning[8]; 13. 512-Blake Hahn[6]; 14. 33X-Justin Patocka[15]; DNS 41-Giovanni Scelzi

B Feature 3 (12 Laps): 1. 22H-Jessee Holt[2]; 2. 0J-Bradley Jameson[1]; 3. 25W-Tommy White[3]; 4. 2-Ronnie James[5]; 5. 15X-Keith Martin[12]; 6. 7S-Jason Scheulen[14]; 7. 11T-Payton Pierce[13]; 8. 44W-Ben Worth[11]; 9. 92L-Austin Lambert[6]; 10. 04-Kyle Jones[8]; 11. 07-Travis Crawford[7]; 12. 17J-Jacob Johnston[4]; 13. (DNF) 74-Mike Martin[15]; 14. (DNF) 3-Ryann Kolkmeier[10]; 15. (DNF) 9C-Shawn Conde[9]

B Feature 4 (12 Laps): 1. 66R-Jason Rogers[2]; 2. 911-Ryan Kline[6]; 3. 54S-Will Scribner[5]; 4. 121-Austin Kromberg[13]; 5. 61-Kaley Engstrom[3]; 6. 54B-Jake Beasley[9]; 7. 19-Issac Barr[12]; 8. 8G-Devin Gerrior[14]; 9. 39-Russ Disinger[4]; 10. (DNF) 34-John Baker[10]; 11. (DNF) 5J-Jerry Hockett[11]; 12. (DNF) 40S-Parker Price-Miller[8]; 13. (DNF) 6E-Bobby Eubanks[1]; 14. (DNF) 98M-Derrick McBride[15]; DNS 01J-Jeb Sessums

B Feature 5 (12 Laps): 1. 81-Frank Flud[1]; 2. 17E-Blake Edwards[9]; 3. 5X-Tyson Hall[3]; 4. 925-Travis Crane[5]; 5. 75-Ryan Truitt[2]; 6. 36-Jonathan Beason[8]; 7. 10-Brian Parker[4]; 8. 28X-Todd McWilliams[7]; 9. 11M-Justin Melton[11]; 10. 5H-Cameron Hagin[6]; 11. 171-Cody Meade[15]; 12. (DNF) 15-Morgan Roan[12]; 13. (DNF) P51-Aaron Dromgoole[13]; 14. (DNF) 16-Billy Cribbs[10]; 15. (DNF) 97-Paige Howard[14]

B Feature 6 (12 Laps): 1. 24-Nate McMillin[3]; 2. 65-Tyler Russel[9]; 3. 13B-Brittany Yarwood[4]; 4. 88-Tony Tenick[10]; 5. 11H-Garrett Hood[7]; 6. 16X-Kody Conley[15]; 7. 20W-Shawn Wicker[11]; 8. 47-Austin Helt[13]; 9. 4-Jared Fell[14]; 10. 41H-Colton Hardy[6]; 11. 22X-Jonathan Roan[2]; 12. 89-Jarrett Crouch[12]; 13. (DNF) 91-Cole Lambert[5]; DNS 2B-Nathan Benson; DNS 87-Liam Ryan

B Feature 7 (12 Laps): 1. 80-Alex Sewell[1]; 2. 28V-Luke Verardi[11]; 3. 00K-Justin McCoy[14]; 4. 94L-Layne Himebaugh[3]; 5. 38-Jimmy Wood[13]; 6. 33Z-Ezekiel Lewis[8]; 7. 898-Ryan Padgett[15]; 8. 92T-Tim Ferguson[4]; 9. (DNF) 18-Logan Scherb[2]; 10. (DNF) 65G-Casey Wills[12]; 11. (DNF) 91K-Kevin Bayer[6]; 12. (DNF) 07X-Patrick Hurtado[9]; 13. (DNF) 21-Jeremy Wickham[10]; 14. (DNF) 30-John Crowder[7]; 15. (DNF) 17-Joe Leek[5]

B Feature 8 (12 Laps): 1. 82-Steven Shebester[4]; 2. 32-Trey Marcham[6]; 3. 5-Ty Hulsey[2]; 4. 321-Chad Winfrey[1]; 5. 15D-Andrew Deal[5]; 6. 2D-Dustin Davidson[3]; 7. 77H-J.J. Haley[8]; 8. 71M-Roy Maxwell[9]; 9. 25C-Chase Meade[10]; 10. 50-Megan Wood[11]; 11. (DNF) 29D-Blake Dewberry[14]; 12. (DNF) 8X-Austin Shores[12]; 13. (DNF) 54-Casey Wright[7]; 14. (DNF) 82S-Sterling Hoff[13]; 15. (DNF) 83-Shane Weeks[15]

”A” Feature presented by Speedway Motors.

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 81-Frank Flud[17]; 2. 79-Tim Kent[4]; 3. 7M-Kevin Ramey[9]; 4. 82-Steven Shebester[23]; 5. 40-Michael Faccinto[10]; 6. 31-Dylan Kadous[7]; 7. 7C-Chris Cochran[13]; 8. 9X-Kevin Swindell[12]; 9. 80-Alex Sewell[22]; 10. 17E-Blake Edwards[19]; 11. 22H-Jessee Holt[24]; 12. 5B-Thad Bennett[20]; 13. 24-Nate McMillin[18]; 14. 7Z-TJ Smith[8]; 15. (DNF) 92-Jordan Herman[5]; 16. (DNF) 1-Jeffrey Newell[2]; 17. (DNF) 029-Austin Stone[1]; 18. (DNF) 15T-Tristan Guardino[6]; 19. (DNF) 11-Harlan Hulsey[21]; 20. (DNF) 7-Cord Dodson[3]; 21. (DNF) 1AV-Ryan Robinson[14]; 22. (DNF) 6-Blake Bennington[15]; 23. (DNF) 27-Sean Jones[11]; 24. (DNF) 9L-Lonnie Fraley[16]

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Non-Winged Outlaws

Heat Races: Top 72 in passing points advance to Qualifiers with a four car inversion.

Heat 1: 1. 7M-Kevin Ramey; 2. 21-Ty Hulsey; 3. 25-Anton Hernandez; 4. 8-Dustin Bottoms; 5. 91X-Cale Thomas; 6. 88G-BJ Gatewood; 7. 18-Justin Fletcher; 8. 87-Liam Ryan

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 39-Russ Disinger; 2. 67B-Bob Bourff; 3. 0J-Bradley Jameson; 4. 14K-Tim Koch; 5. 91C-Shawn Conde; 6. 14H-Harley Hollan; 7. 97B-Chris Breen; 8. 17K-Jacob Knipmeyer

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 29-Ryan Timmons; 2. 911-Ryan Kline; 3. 14-T.J. Smith; 4. 98M-Derrick McBride; 5. 88N-Tyler Nelson; 6. 91A-Alec Frisell; 7. 28-Gordon Goyer; 8. 4C-Cole McDaniel

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr; 2. 8J-Josh Marcham; 3. 7-Cord Dodson; 4. 65-Tyler Russel; 5. 04-Kyle Jones; 6. 12S-Drew Salisbury; 7. 54B-Jake Beasley; 8. C2-Kevin Vick

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 7S-Jason Scheulen; 2. 31-Dylan Kadous; 3. 74-Mike Martin; 4. 15B-Quinton Benson; 5. 29C-Connor Borah; 6. 4-Jared Fell; 7. 22X-Jonathan Roan; 8. 11H-Garett Hood

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 512-Blake Hahn; 2. 16-Billy Cribbs; 3. 92R-Jake Rosario; 4. 93-Raleigh Shepherd; 5. 94L-Layne Himebaugh; 6. 9S-Nick Schaeffer; 7. 1G-Garett Hake; 8. 22-Dalton Seigler

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 91K-Kevin Bayer; 2. 82-Steven Shebester; 3. 5X-Tyson Hall; 4. 71X-Colby Estes; 5. 1B-Brandon Buysse; 6. 99F-Shane Fletcher; 7. 27-Nathan Brookshier; 8. (DNF) 33-Tucker Worth

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 7C-Chris Cochran; 2. 15X-Keith Martin; 3. 27J-Sean Jones; 4. 77M-Aaron Miller; 5. 121-Austin Kromberg; 6. 188-Chad Wheeler; 7. 18K-Steve Finn; 8. 99J-Liam Haigh

Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 24-Nate McMillin; 2. 00K-Justin McCoy; 3. 2-Ronnie James; 4. 51-Roger Ritchey; 5. 41H-Colton Hardy; 6. 61-Kenny Koelsch; 7. 9KX-Kieran Casillas; 8. (DNF) 91-Cole Lambert

Heat 10 (8 Laps): 1. 22H-Jessee Holt; 2. 41-Giovanni Scelzi; 3. 8H-Tristan Guardino; 4. 00W-Travis Weaver; 5. 17J-Jacob Johnston; 6. (DNF) 22C-Curtis Jones; 7. (DNF) 25W-Tommy White; 8. (DNF) 90-Jeffrey Wallace

Heat 11 (8 Laps): 1. 89-Jarrett Crouch; 2. 79X-D.J. Estes; 3. 4V-Tyler Thomas; 4. 11E-Cory Elliott; 5. 79J-Jacob Patton; 6. 44-Garrett Olson; 7. 28X-Todd McWilliams; 8. 10E-Matt Ebarb

Heat 12 (8 Laps): 1. 17L-Joe Leek; 2. 20W-Shawn Wicker; 3. 98-Sean Watts; 4. 47-Austin Helt; 5. 10W-George White; 6. 15-Morgan Roan; 7. 6-Blake Bennington; DNS 38-Jimmy Wood

Heat 13 (8 Laps): 1. 21B-Wes McIntyre; 2. 25K-Courtney Barth; 3. 44V-Matt Veatch; 4. 93K-Riley Kreisel; 5. 10J-Cory Eliason; 6. 69N-Logan Scherb; 7. 82C-Christian Kinnison; DNS 71-Dustin OBrien

Heat 14 (8 Laps): 1. 44W-Ben Worth; 2. 22S-Shawn Murray; 3. 28V-Luke Verardi; 4. 6E-Bobby Eubanks; 5. 92-Jordan Herman; 6. 171-Tony Ogden; 7. 14T-Tim Ottenbacher; 8. (DNF) 33Z-Ezekiel Lewis

Heat 15 (8 Laps): 1. 551-Tyler Courtney; 2. 17-Harlan Hulsey; 3. 11J-Joey Starnes; 4. P51-Aaron Dromgoole; 5. 52J-Justin Peck; 6. 8G-Devin Gerrior; 7. 49-Joel Smith; 8. 37-Brad Nichols

Heat 16 (8 Laps): 1. 17E-Blake Edwards; 2. 29D-Blake Dewberry; 3. 00X-Dane Lorene; 4. 12-Chris Crawford; 5. 34X-Joey Baker; 6. 11T-Payton Pierce; 7. (DNF) 39S-Kevin Swindell; 8. (DNF) 1F-Cole Ketcham

Heat 17 (8 Laps): 1. 66R-Jason Rogers; 2. 36-Jonathan Beason; 3. 007-Shane Sundquist; 4. 79-Tim Kent; 5. 4X-Andrew Felker; 6. 99R-Andy Baugh; 7. 8M-Eddie Moss; 8. 9-Jared Peterson

Heat 18 (8 Laps): 1. 20M-Chris Miller; 2. 17B-Jack Gilbert; 3. 01J-Jeb Sessums; 4. 5H-Cameron Hagin; 5. 2D-Dustin Davidson; 6. (DNF) 7F-Shane Fick; 7. (DNF) 7J-John Bordenave; DNS 5-Darren Wisley

Heat 19 (8 Laps): 1. 10C-Jerrod Wilson; 2. 40S-Parker Price-Miller; 3. 35B-Dwayne Benson; 4. 57B-Cole Bodine; 5. 10-Brian Parker; 6. 44A-Ayrton Gennetten; 7. 32-Trey Marcham; 8. 25J-Delaney Jost

Heat 20 (8 Laps): 1. 40-Michael Faccinto; 2. 80-Alex Sewell; 3. 58-Collin Traylor; 4. 21K-Adam Barth; 5. 5B-Thad Bennett; 6. 93L-Trey Lambert; 7. 8-Dustin Bottoms; 8. (DNF) 7B-Austin Brown

Heat 21 (8 Laps): 1. 8V-Bryce Volpa; 2. 9E-Kinzer Edwards; 3. 27K-Kyle Keeler; 4. L23-Jordon Lambert; 5. (DNF) 32-Trey Marcham; 6. (DNF) 11M-Justin Melton; 7. 55C-Brandon Carey

Heat 22 (8 Laps): 1. 128-Karley Kay Dobson; 2. 73X-Jason McDougal; 3. 44M-Chris Martin; 4. 71M-Roy Maxwell; 5. 7K-Jack Kirby; 6. 10H-Jason Humphrey; 7. (DNF) 3-Justin Elswick

Heat 23 (8 Laps): 1. 77-Chris Andrews; 2. 15D-Andrew Deal; 3. 144-Alex Bright; 4. 87K-Kelvin Lewis; 5. 77H-J.J. Haley; 6. 029-Austin Stone; 7. (DNF) 12K-Kyle Amerson

Heat 24 (8 Laps): 1. 1-Jeffrey Newell; 2. 57-Kyle Huttenhow; 3. 00-Grady Chandler; 4. 70-Charles Valenzuela; 5. 97-Paige Howard; 6. (DNF) 04P-Chase Cabre; 7. (DNF) 7W-Trent Wilson

*Qualifiers: Top 16 in combined Passing Points from Heats and Qualifiers advance to Saturday’s “A” Feature. *

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 4V-Tyler Thomas[2]; 2. 73X-Jason McDougal[3]; 3. 89-Jarrett Crouch[7]; 4. 17B-Jack Gilbert[5]; 5. 79-Tim Kent[8]; 6. 7C-Chris Cochran[1]; 7. 00K-Justin McCoy[9]; 8. 00-Grady Chandler[6]; 9. 27K-Kyle Keeler[10]; 10. 67B-Bob Bourff[11]; 11. 57-Kyle Huttenhow[12]; 12. (DNF) 17E-Blake Edwards[4]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 77-Chris Andrews[2]; 2. 512-Blake Hahn[3]; 3. 24-Nate McMillin[4]; 4. 7M-Kevin Ramey[6]; 5. 40S-Parker Price-Miller[5]; 6. 8J-Josh Marcham[11]; 7. 22H-Jessee Holt[1]; 8. 57B-Cole Bodine[8]; 9. 0J-Bradley Jameson[12]; 10. 29D-Blake Dewberry[9]; 11. 44W-Ben Worth[7]; 12. (DNF) 98M-Derrick McBride[10]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 1-Jeffrey Newell[2]; 2. 21B-Wes McIntyre[4]; 3. 66R-Jason Rogers[7]; 4. 17L-Joe Leek[1]; 5. 39-Russ Disinger[6]; 6. 80-Alex Sewell[5]; 7. 14-T.J. Smith[9]; 8. 21-Ty Hulsey[8]; 9. 79X-D.J. Estes[11]; 10. 8V-Bryce Volpa[3]; 11. 47-Austin Helt[10]; 12. 7-Cord Dodson[12]

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 551-Tyler Courtney[1]; 2. 82-Steven Shebester[3]; 3. 20W-Shawn Wicker[2]; 4. 40-Michael Faccinto[4]; 5. 20M-Chris Miller[7]; 6. 911-Ryan Kline[8]; 7. 27J-Sean Jones[12]; 8. 74-Mike Martin[9]; 9. 25K-Courtney Barth[11]; 10. 29-Ryan Timmons[6]; 11. (DNF) 25-Anton Hernandez[5]; 12. (DNF) P51-Aaron Dromgoole[10]

Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 10C-Jerrod Wilson[1]; 2. 36-Jonathan Beason[11]; 3. 17-Harlan Hulsey[2]; 4. 15X-Keith Martin[3]; 5. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[6]; 6. 8H-Tristan Guardino[9]; 7. 93-Raleigh Shepherd[7]; 8. 31-Dylan Kadous[8]; 9. 5H-Cameron Hagin[10]; 10. 22S-Shawn Murray[4]; 11. (DNF) 2-Ronnie James[12]; 12. (DNF) 92R-Jake Rosario[5]

Qualifier 6 (10 Laps): 1. 41-Giovanni Scelzi[3]; 2. 9E-Kinzer Edwards[4]; 3. 91K-Kevin Bayer[2]; 4. 128-Karley Kay Dobson[1]; 5. 16-Billy Cribbs[8]; 6. 35B-Dwayne Benson[9]; 7. 15D-Andrew Deal[11]; 8. 00W-Travis Weaver[7]; 9. 7S-Jason Scheulen[6]; 10. 70-Charles Valenzuela[10]; 11. (DNF) 144-Alex Bright[5]; 12. (DNF) 15B-Quinton Benson[12]

”C” Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding “B” Feature.

C Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 22C-Curtis Jones[1]; 2. 5B-Thad Bennett[2]; 3. 52J-Justin Peck[3]; 4. 11M-Justin Melton[7]; 5. 04P-Chase Cabre[5]; 6. 55C-Brandon Carey[10]; 7. 28-Gordon Goyer[11]; 8. 22X-Jonathan Roan[6]; 9. 1G-Garett Hake[8]; 10. 7F-Shane Fick[4]; 11. 9-Jared Peterson[12]; 12. (DNF) 33-Tucker Worth[13]; 13. (DNF) 6-Blake Bennington[9]

C Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 14H-Harley Hollan[5]; 2. 10-Brian Parker[3]; 3. 7K-Jack Kirby[2]; 4. 82C-Christian Kinnison[9]; 5. 18K-Steve Finn[8]; 6. 69N-Logan Scherb[1]; 7. 27-Nathan Brookshier[6]; 8. 38-Jimmy Wood[13]; 9. 37-Brad Nichols; 10. 10E-Matt Ebarb[12]; 11. 11H-Garett Hood[10]; 12. (DNF) 97B-Chris Breen[4]; 13. (DNF) 029-Austin Stone[7]

C Feature 3 (10 Laps): 1. 44A-Ayrton Gennetten[1]; 2. 29C-Connor Borah[2]; 3. 39S-Kevin Swindell[9]; 4. 49-Joel Smith[4]; 5. 54B-Jake Beasley[7]; 6. 44-Garrett Olson[3]; 7. 99J-Liam Haigh[10]; 8. (DNF) 171-Tony Ogden[5]; 9. (DNF) 9KX-Kieran Casillas[6]; 10. (DNF) 22-Dalton Seigler[12]; 11. (DNF) 8M-Eddie Moss[8]; 12. (DNF) 71-Dustin OBrien[13]; 13. (DNF) 1F-Cole Ketcham[11]

C Feature 4 (10 Laps): 1. 93L-Trey Lambert[1]; 2. 97-Paige Howard[2]; 3. 88G-BJ Gatewood[5]; 4. 28X-Todd McWilliams[6]; 5. 25W-Tommy White[9]; 6. 25J-Delaney Jost[11]; 7. 87-Liam Ryan[12]; 8. 4-Jared Fell[4]; 9. 8-Dustin Bottoms[8]; 10. (DNF) 99R-Andy Baugh[3]; 11. (DNF) 91-Cole Lambert[10]; 12. (DNF) C2-Kevin Vick[13]; 13. (DNF) 14T-Tim Ottenbacher[7]

C Feature 5 (10 Laps): 1. 121-Austin Kromberg[1]; 2. 7W-Trent Wilson[8]; 3. 7B-Austin Brown[10]; 4. 12S-Drew Salisbury[3]; 5. 94L-Layne Himebaugh[2]; 6. 8G-Devin Gerrior[4]; 7. 3-Justin Elswick[7]; 8. 7J-John Bordenave[9]; 9. (DNF) 90-Jeffrey Wallace[11]; 10. (DNF) 91A-Alec Frisell[5]; 11. (DNF) 5-Darren Wisley[12]; 12. (DNF) 99F-Shane Fletcher[6]

C Feature 6 (10 Laps): 1. 10J-Cory Eliason[1]; 2. 10H-Jason Humphrey[4]; 3. 17J-Jacob Johnston[2]; 4. 33Z-Ezekiel Lewis[11]; 5. 11T-Payton Pierce[3]; 6. 15-Morgan Roan[6]; 7. 61-Kenny Koelsch[5]; 8. (DNF) 18-Justin Fletcher[7]; 9. (DNF) 321-Chad Winfrey[9]; 10. (DNF) 17K-Jacob Knipmeyer[10]; 11. (DNF) 12K-Kyle Amerson[12]; 12. (DNF) 4C-Cole McDaniel[8]

”B” Features: Top 2 advance to corresponding LCQ.

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 40S-Parker Price-Miller[3]; 2. 7S-Jason Scheulen[6]; 3. 93-Raleigh Shepherd[4]; 4. 14K-Tim Koch[9]; 5. 22C-Curtis Jones[13]; 6. 88N-Tyler Nelson[8]; 7. 20W-Shawn Wicker[1]; 8. 25-Anton Hernandez[7]; 9. 29C-Connor Borah[14]; 10. 87K-Kelvin Lewis[11]; 11. 91C-Shawn Conde[10]; 12. (DNF) 51-Roger Ritchey[12]; 13. (DNF) 82C-Christian Kinnison[15]; 14. (DNF) 8J-Josh Marcham[2]; 15. (DNF) 31-Dylan Kadous[5]

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 17-Harlan Hulsey[1]; 2. 22H-Jessee Holt[4]; 3. 67B-Bob Bourff[6]; 4. 20M-Chris Miller[2]; 5. 39S-Kevin Swindell[15]; 6. 65-Tyler Russel[11]; 7. 52J-Justin Peck[14]; 8. 14H-Harley Hollan[13]; 9. 93K-Riley Kreisel[9]; 10. 04-Kyle Jones[10]; 11. 12-Chris Crawford[12]; 12. 27J-Sean Jones[3]; 13. (DNF) 5X-Tyson Hall[8]; 14. (DNF) 92R-Jake Rosario[7]; 15. (DNF) 00W-Travis Weaver[5]

B Feature 3 (12 Laps): 1. 15X-Keith Martin[1]; 2. 911-Ryan Kline[3]; 3. 17L-Joe Leek[2]; 4. 74-Mike Martin[4]; 5. 144-Alex Bright[7]; 6. 79X-D.J. Estes[5]; 7. 98-Sean Watts[8]; 8. 44A-Ayrton Gennetten[13]; 9. 29D-Blake Dewberry[6]; 10. 10-Brian Parker[14]; 11. 10W-George White[11]; 12. 1B-Brandon Buysse[12]; 13. (DNF) 11M-Justin Melton[15]; 14. (DNF) 92-Jordan Herman[10]; 15. (DNF) 6E-Bobby Eubanks[9]

B Feature 4 (12 Laps): 1. 91K-Kevin Bayer[1]; 2. 15D-Andrew Deal[3]; 3. 25K-Courtney Barth[5]; 4. 128-Karley Kay Dobson[2]; 5. 98M-Derrick McBride[7]; 6. 71M-Roy Maxwell[9]; 7. 7K-Jack Kirby[14]; 8. 34X-Joey Baker[10]; 9. 29-Ryan Timmons[6]; 10. 49-Joel Smith[15]; 11. 2D-Dustin Davidson[11]; 12. 41H-Colton Hardy[12]; 13. 11J-Joey Starnes[8]; 14. 22S-Shawn Murray[4]; 15. (DNF) 5B-Thad Bennett[13]

B Feature 5 (12 Laps): 1. 7M-Kevin Ramey[1]; 2. 39-Russ Disinger[2]; 3. 4X-Andrew Felker[10]; 4. 57B-Cole Bodine[4]; 5. 80-Alex Sewell[3]; 6. 17E-Blake Edwards[5]; 7. 7-Cord Dodson[7]; 8. 32-Trey Marcham[11]; 9. 79J-Jacob Patton[12]; 10. 12S-Drew Salisbury[15]; 11. 007-Shane Sundquist[8]; 12. 44V-Matt Veatch[9]; 13. 70-Charles Valenzuela[6]; 14. (DNF) 93L-Trey Lambert[13]; 15. (DNF) 10H-Jason Humphrey[14]

B Feature 6 (12 Laps): 1. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[2]; 2. 17B-Jack Gilbert[1]; 3. 00K-Justin McCoy[3]; 4. 0J-Bradley Jameson[4]; 5. 27K-Kyle Keeler[5]; 6. 28V-Luke Verardi[8]; 7. 8L-Brian Lunsford[10]; 8. 77H-J.J. Haley[12]; 9. P51-Aaron Dromgoole[7]; 10. 57-Kyle Huttenhow[6]; 11. 17J-Jacob Johnston[15]; 12. 121-Austin Kromberg[13]; 13. 88G-BJ Gatewood[14]; 14. 58-Collin Traylor[9]; 15. 21K-Adam Barth[11]

B Feature 7 (12 Laps): 1. 10J-Cory Eliason[13]; 2. 8H-Tristan Guardino[2]; 3. 79-Tim Kent[1]; 4. 00-Grady Chandler[4]; 5. 5H-Cameron Hagin[5]; 6. 44M-Chris Martin[9]; 7. 44W-Ben Worth[6]; 8. 2-Ronnie James[7]; 9. L23-Jordon Lambert[11]; 10. 00X-Dane Lorene[8]; 11. (DNF) 14-T.J. Smith[3]; 12. (DNF) 71X-Colby Estes[10]; 13. (DNF) 7W-Trent Wilson[14]; 14. (DNF) 28X-Todd McWilliams[15]; 15. (DNF) 9S-Nick Schaeffer[12]

B Feature 8 (12 Laps): 1. 7C-Chris Cochran[3]; 2. 16-Billy Cribbs[1]; 3. 91X-Cale Thomas[9]; 4. 21-Ty Hulsey[4]; 5. 11E-Cory Elliott[10]; 6. 47-Austin Helt[6]; 7. 33Z-Ezekiel Lewis[15]; 8. 188-Chad Wheeler[12]; 9. 8V-Bryce Volpa[5]; 10. 77M-Aaron Miller[11]; 11. (DNF) 35B-Dwayne Benson[2]; 12. (DNF) 01J-Jeb Sessums[8]; 13. (DNF) 15B-Quinton Benson[7]; 14. (DNF) 7B-Austin Brown[14]; 15. (DNF) 97-Paige Howard[13]

”A” Feature: presented by Speedway Motors.

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 82-Steven Shebester[11]; 2. 73X-Jason McDougal[6]; 3. 77-Chris Andrews[8]; 4. 21B-Wes McIntyre[2]; 5. 24-Nate McMillin[7]; 6. 10C-Jerrod Wilson[15]; 7. 512-Blake Hahn[10]; 8. 40-Michael Faccinto[16]; 9. 9E-Kinzer Edwards[4]; 10. 551-Tyler Courtney[14]; 11. 7C-Chris Cochran[22]; 12. 1-Jeffrey Newell[9]; 13. 89-Jarrett Crouch[12]; 14. 15X-Keith Martin[17]; 15. 40S-Parker Price-Miller[24]; 16. 91K-Kevin Bayer[20]; 17. (DNF) 4V-Tyler Thomas[5]; 18. (DNF) 17-Harlan Hulsey[18]; 19. (DNF) 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[21]; 20. (DNF) 36-Jonathan Beason[1]; 21. (DNF) 17B-Jack Gilbert[23]; 22. (DNF) 41-Giovanni Scelzi[3]; 23. (DNF) 7M-Kevin Ramey[19]; 24. (DNF) 66R-Jason Rogers[13]

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1,200cc Mini Sprints

Passing Point totals determine Qualifier line-up with a four car inversion

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 15F-Aaron Farney; 2. 14-Ryan Partin; 3. 22-Erik Drake; 4. 28H-Rod Henning; 5. 5-Jacob Sollenberger; 6. 00-Billy Brickley; 7. 23Z-Zach Raidart; 8. (DNF) 15-Merril Lamb

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 09-Tyson Cross; 2. 33-TJ Worcester; 3. 71-Auston Pribbenow; 4. 15H-Tony Hudlin; 5. (DNF) 30-Scott Heikes; 6. (DNF) 7-Dick Williams; 7. (DNF) 51R-Gedd Ross; 8. 44-Alex Bright

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 1-Tyler Walton; 2. 4-Jeffrey Dyer; 3. 35-Jimmy Wood; 4. 53-Megan Wood; 5. 2-Austin Archdale; 6. 48M-Rick Murko; 7. 51-Brent Burrows; 8. 27-Matt White

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 7X-Korey Weyant; 2. 6-Jared Gundersen; 3. 14H-Cordy Horn; 4. 54-Brett Wilson; 5. 18C-Chase Sigg; 6. (DNF) 11-Dwayne Mackey; 7. (DNF) 27T-Tucker Klaasmeyer

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 87-Liam Ryan; 2. 6B-Andy Baugh; 3. 133-Ryan Oerter; 4. 26-Clayton Gains; 5. 3-Rick Marchbank; 6. 11C-Glen Waterland; 7. (DNF) 13-Luke McGee

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 14-Ryan Partin[2]; 2. 7X-Korey Weyant[4]; 3. 87-Liam Ryan[3]; 4. 13-Luke McGee[8]; 5. 51-Brent Burrows[7]; 6. 14H-Cordy Horn[1]; 7. 11C-Glen Waterland[6]; 8. 5-Jacob Sollenberger[5]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 6-Jared Gundersen[2]; 2. 6B-Andy Baugh[4]; 3. 22-Erik Drake[3]; 4. 30-Scott Heikes[5]; 5. (DNF) 27-Matt White[8]; 6. (DNF) 28H-Rod Henning[1]; DNS 27T-Tucker Klaasmeyer; 8. 18C-Chase Sigg[7]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 33-TJ Worcester[4]; 2. 53-Megan Wood[1]; 3. 00-Billy Brickley[6]; 4. 2-Austin Archdale[5]; 5. 15-Merril Lamb[8]; 6. 4-Jeffrey Dyer[2]; 7. 7-Dick Williams[7]; 8. (DNF) 35-Jimmy Wood[3]

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 1-Tyler Walton[4]; 2. 15F-Aaron Farney[3]; 3. 48M-Rick Murko[6]; 4. 23Z-Zach Raidart[7]; 5. 26-Clayton Gains[1]; 6. 54-Brett Wilson[2]; 7. (DNF) 3-Rick Marchbank[5]

Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 133-Ryan Oerter[1]; 2. 15H-Tony Hudlin[3]; 3. 11-Dwayne Mackey[5]; 4. 09-Tyson Cross[4]; 5. 71-Auston Pribbenow[2]; 6. (DNF) 51R-Gedd Ross[6]; 7. (DNF) 44-Alex Bright[7]

Qualifiers: Top 14 in combined Passing Points advance to Saturday’s “A” Feature.

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 14-Ryan Partin[2]; 2. 7X-Korey Weyant[4]; 3. 87-Liam Ryan[3]; 4. 13-Luke McGee[8]; 5. 51-Brent Burrows[7]; 6. 14H-Cordy Horn[1]; 7. 11C-Glen Waterland[6]; 8. 5-Jacob Sollenberger[5]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 6-Jared Gundersen[2]; 2. 6B-Andy Baugh[4]; 3. 22-Erik Drake[3]; 4. 30-Scott Heikes[5]; 5. (DNF) 27-Matt White[8]; 6. (DNF) 28H-Rod Henning[1]; DNS 27T-Tucker Klaasmeyer; 8. 18C-Chase Sigg[7]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 33-TJ Worcester[4]; 2. 53-Megan Wood[1]; 3. 00-Billy Brickley[6]; 4. 2-Austin Archdale[5]; 5. 15-Merril Lamb[8]; 6. 4-Jeffrey Dyer[2]; 7. 7-Dick Williams[7]; 8. (DNF) 35-Jimmy Wood[3]

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 1-Tyler Walton[4]; 2. 15F-Aaron Farney[3]; 3. 48M-Rick Murko[6]; 4. 23Z-Zach Raidart[7]; 5. 26-Clayton Gains[1]; 6. 54-Brett Wilson[2]; 7. (DNF) 3-Rick Marchbank[5]

Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 133-Ryan Oerter[1]; 2. 15H-Tony Hudlin[3]; 3. 11-Dwayne Mackey[5]; 4. 09-Tyson Cross[4]; 5. 71-Auston Pribbenow[2]; 6. (DNF) 51R-Gedd Ross[6]; 7. (DNF) 44-Alex Bright[7]

”B” Features: Top 3 advance to “A” Feature.

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 00-Billy Brickley[1]; 2. 4-Jeffrey Dyer[4]; 3. 28H-Rod Henning[7]; 4. 5-Jacob Sollenberger[8]; 5. 35-Jimmy Wood[6]; 6. 54-Brett Wilson[5]; 7. 15-Merril Lamb[9]; 8. (DNF) 30-Scott Heikes[2]; 9. (DNF) 18C-Chase Sigg[11]; 10. (DNF) 71-Auston Pribbenow[3]; 11. (DNF) 44-Alex Bright[12]; 12. (DNF) 51R-Gedd Ross[10]

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 48M-Rick Murko[1]; 2. 2-Austin Archdale[2]; 3. 23Z-Zach Raidart[5]; 4. 11C-Glen Waterland[10]; 5. 14H-Cordy Horn[6]; 6. 3-Rick Marchbank[9]; 7. 51-Brent Burrows[7]; 8. 26-Clayton Gains[4]; 9. 7-Dick Williams[11]; 10. (DNF) 13-Luke McGee[3]; 11. (DNF) 27T-Tucker Klaasmeyer[12]; 12. (DNF) 27-Matt White[8]

”A” Feature: presented by Speedway Motors.

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 7X-Korey Weyant[3]; 2. 33-TJ Worcester[1]; 3. 1-Tyler Walton[2]; 4. 15F-Aaron Farney[7]; 5. 87-Liam Ryan[9]; 6. 22-Erik Drake[10]; 7. 6-Jared Gundersen[6]; 8. 48M-Rick Murko[16]; 9. 2-Austin Archdale[18]; 10. 11-Dwayne Mackey[14]; 11. 09-Tyson Cross[11]; 12. 14-Ryan Partin[5]; 13. 15H-Tony Hudlin[8]; 14. 28H-Rod Henning[19]; 15. 4-Jeffrey Dyer[17]; 16. 53-Megan Wood[13]; 17. 23Z-Zach Raidart[20]; 18. 133-Ryan Oerter[12]; 19. (DNF) 6B-Andy Baugh[4]; 20. (DNF) 00-Billy Brickley[15]

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Restricted 'A' Class

Heat Races: Top 48 in Passing Points advance to Qualifiers with a four car inversion.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 12-Alex Panella; 2. 3-Ryann Kolkmeier; 3. 15-Jase Randolph; 4. 39K-Kaitlyn Hammer; 5. 14-Noah Key; 6. 4T-Trevor Goad; 7. 2-Alison Slaton; 8. (DNF) 28R-Gunner Ramey

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 19-Seth Ireland; 2. 11B-Kaylee Bryson; 3. 22S-Slater Helt; 4. 71-Weston Gorham; 5. 3J-Jessica Wehkamp; 6. (DNF) 07-Kort Morgan; 7. (DNF) 55B-Brandon Anderson; 8. (DNF) 8-Connor Kelley

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 28-Nathan Rolfe; 2. 777-Bailey Hughes; 3. 88-Kyle Offill; 4. 78-Tanner Conn; 5. 24-Benjamin Silliker; 6. (DNF) 97X-Westin Walker; 7. (DNF) 55-Tyler Liebig; 8. 2X-Deaven Bolton

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 23R-Dylan Resch; 2. 11H-Blake Hulland; 3. 24F-Hunter Fischer; 4. 7D-Dylan Ramey; 5. 53-Trey Thesenvitz; 6. 20W-Gabe Wilson; 7. 55A-Allison Berger; 8. (DNF) 2W-Josh Wakley

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 0J-Bradley Jameson; 2. 91-Sebastian Ferguson; 3. 95-Quinton Standlee; 4. 7M-MacKenzie Ramey; 5. 14J-Jadon Rogers; 6. 2S-Cooper Smith; 7. 6-Holden Anderson; 8. 20-Noah Harris

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 98P-Miles Paulus; 2. 97B-Bailey Stringer; 3. 25-Taylor Reimer; 4. 128-Tracey Hill; 5. 14H-Haley Hollan; 6. 7-Taylor Neilson; 7. 02-Cody Freeman; 8. (DNF) 32-Colton Hardy

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 89-Shane Watts; 2. 18-Mason McGuire; 3. 33W-Mickey Walker; 4. 3S-Grady Chandler; 5. 30-Michael Oldham; 6. 3A-Austin Gruenzer; 7. 00W-Cody Weaver; 8. 49-Trenton Jackson

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 8H-Matthew Howard; 2. 37H-Nicholas Howard; 3. 7T-Tristan Oakes; 4. 86-Tanner Johnson; 5. 56-Colton Horner; 6. 2C-Colby Stubblefield; 7. 15M-Marcedies Vogts; 8. 4-Corbin Kelley

Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 88K-Kelsey Gray; 2. 10-Blake Battles; 3. 98-Nathan Weida; 4. 72C-Kaylee Cole; 5. 44-Garrett Olson; 6. 2J-Jance Wehkamp; 7. 92-Sawyer Guidry

Heat 10 (8 Laps): 1. 3G-Garron Brimmer; 2. 1S-Joey Schmidt; 3. 77X-Alex Hill; 4. 99-Nathan Rainey; 5. 5W-Vance Weber; 6. 17Z-Zac Moody; 7. 21W-Brendon Wiseley

Heat 11 (8 Laps): 1. 60-Kent Miller Jr.; 2. 11E-Carly Elliott; 3. 21-Jesse Schlotfeldt; 4. 65-Taylor Garrison; 5. X-Kayeleb Bolton; 6. 281-Koby Walters; 7. 92B-Jack Berger

Qualifiers: Top 16 in combined Passing Points advance into Saturday’s “A” Featuree.

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 33W-Mickey Walker[1]; 2. 3G-Garron Brimmer[3]; 3. 60-Kent Miller Jr.[4]; 4. 95-Quinton Standlee[10]; 5. 39K-Kaitlyn Hammer[8]; 6. 0J-Bradley Jameson[7]; 7. X-Kayeleb Bolton[11]; 8. 89-Shane Watts[5]; 9. 15-Jase Randolph[6]; 10. 14H-Haley Hollan[12]; 11. 3-Ryann Kolkmeier[9]; 12. (DNF) 24F-Hunter Fischer[2]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 7T-Tristan Oakes[2]; 2. 8H-Matthew Howard[5]; 3. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[4]; 4. 22S-Slater Helt[6]; 5. 19-Seth Ireland[1]; 6. 97B-Bailey Stringer[7]; 7. 71-Weston Gorham[11]; 8. 78-Tanner Conn[8]; 9. 3J-Jessica Wehkamp[10]; 10. 56-Colton Horner[12]; 11. (DNF) 98P-Miles Paulus[3]; 12. (DNF) 11E-Carly Elliott[9]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 11H-Blake Hulland[2]; 2. 37H-Nicholas Howard[7]; 3. 28-Nathan Rolfe[1]; 4. 88K-Kelsey Gray[3]; 5. 86-Tanner Johnson[8]; 6. 7M-MacKenzie Ramey[11]; 7. 21-Jesse Schlotfeldt[9]; 8. 18-Mason McGuire[5]; 9. 128-Tracey Hill[12]; 10. (DNF) 98-Nathan Weida[6]; 11. (DNF) 14J-Jadon Rogers[10]; 12. (DNF) 777-Bailey Hughes[4]

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 12-Alex Panella[4]; 2. 25-Taylor Reimer[2]; 3. 10-Blake Battles[8]; 4. 1S-Joey Schmidt[5]; 5. 44-Garrett Olson[10]; 6. 91-Sebastian Ferguson[3]; 7. 88-Kyle Offill[7]; 8. 3S-Grady Chandler[9]; 9. 23R-Dylan Resch[1]; 10. 65-Taylor Garrison[12]; 11. 7D-Dylan Ramey[11]; 12. (DNF) 77X-Alex Hill[6]

”B” Features: Top 3 advance to LCQ.

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 0J-Bradley Jameson[2]; 2. 5W-Vance Weber[9]; 3. 71-Weston Gorham[3]; 4. 65-Taylor Garrison[6]; 5. 7D-Dylan Ramey[7]; 6. 3S-Grady Chandler[4]; 7. 55-Tyler Liebig[11]; 8. 20-Noah Harris[14]; 9. 2J-Jance Wehkamp[10]; 10. 72C-Kaylee Cole[8]; 11. 15-Jase Randolph; 12. (DNF) 00W-Cody Weaver[12]; 13. (DNF) 98P-Miles Paulus[5]; 14. (DQ) 39K-Kaitlyn Hammer[1]

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 777-Bailey Hughes[4]; 2. 86-Tanner Johnson[1]; 3. 7M-MacKenzie Ramey[2]; 4. 98-Nathan Weida[5]; 5. 88-Kyle Offill[3]; 6. 14J-Jadon Rogers[7]; 7. 281-Koby Walters[10]; 8. 2W-Josh Wakley[13]; 9. 92-Sawyer Guidry[12]; 10. 28R-Gunner Ramey[14]; 11. 24-Benjamin Silliker[9]; 12. 99-Nathan Rainey[8]; 13. (DNF) 24F-Hunter Fischer[6]; 14. (DNF) 6-Holden Anderson[11]

B Feature 3 (12 Laps): 1. 89-Shane Watts[3]; 2. 97B-Bailey Stringer[2]; 3. 3-Ryann Kolkmeier[6]; 4. 15-Jase Randolph[4]; 5. 44-Garrett Olson[1]; 6. 4T-Trevor Goad[7]; 7. 30-Michael Oldham[9]; 8. 02-Cody Freeman[11]; 9. 92B-Jack Berger[12]; 10. (DNF) 32-Colton Hardy[14]; 11. (DNF) 3J-Jessica Wehkamp[5]; 12. (DNF) 14-Noah Key[8]; 13. (DNF) 8-Connor Kelley[13]; 14. (DNF) 97X-Westin Walker[10]

B Feature 4 (12 Laps): 1. X-Kayeleb Bolton[2]; 2. 91-Sebastian Ferguson[1]; 3. 23R-Dylan Resch[4]; 4. 18-Mason McGuire[3]; 5. 49-Trenton Jackson[12]; 6. 2X-Deaven Bolton[13]; 7. 17Z-Zac Moody[10]; 8. 21W-Brendon Wiseley[14]; 9. 2S-Cooper Smith[7]; 10. 14H-Haley Hollan[5]; 11. 3A-Austin Gruenzer[9]; 12. 53-Trey Thesenvitz[8]; 13. 2-Alison Slaton[11]; 14. (DNF) 77X-Alex Hill[6]

B Feature 5 (12 Laps): 1. 21-Jesse Schlotfeldt[2]; 2. 19-Seth Ireland[1]; 3. 78-Tanner Conn[3]; 4. 7-Taylor Neilson[7]; 5. 2C-Colby Stubblefield[9]; 6. 56-Colton Horner[5]; 7. 55B-Brandon Anderson[11]; 8. 20W-Gabe Wilson[8]; 9. 128-Tracey Hill[4]; 10. 55A-Allison Berger[12]; 11. 4-Corbin Kelley[13]; 12. (DNF) 07-Kort Morgan[10]; 13. (DNF) 11E-Carly Elliott[6]

”A” Feature: presented by Speedway Motors.

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 12-Alex Panella[1]; 2. 7T-Tristan Oakes[4]; 3. 33W-Mickey Walker[9]; 4. 37H-Nicholas Howard[5]; 5. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[6]; 6. 8H-Matthew Howard[7]; 7. 25-Taylor Reimer[11]; 8. 10-Blake Battles[10]; 9. 777-Bailey Hughes[20]; 10. 0J-Bradley Jameson[17]; 11. 21-Jesse Schlotfeldt[18]; 12. 11H-Blake Hulland[8]; 13. 22S-Slater Helt[14]; 14. 89-Shane Watts[21]; 15. 5W-Vance Weber[23]; 16. 71-Weston Gorham[24]; 17. 86-Tanner Johnson[22]; 18. X-Kayeleb Bolton[19]; 19. 88K-Kelsey Gray[13]; 20. (DNF) 1S-Joey Schmidt[16]; 21. (DNF) 95-Quinton Standlee[12]; 22. (DNF) 28-Nathan Rolfe[15]; 23. (DNF) 60-Kent Miller Jr.[3]; 24. (DNF) 3G-Garron Brimmer[2]

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ECOtec Midgets

Heat Races: Passing Point totals determine Qualifier line-up with a four car inversion

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 83-Jonathan Halford; 2. 76-Zane Lawrence; 3. 0Z-Katlynn Leer; 4. 11C-Chett Gehrke; 5. D6-Dakota Gains; 6. 93-Richard Kreisel; 7. 21-Ty Hulsey; 8. 7X-Jordan McPherson; 9. 22-John Heydenreich

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 3S-Jared Peterson; 2. 91-Chase Goetz; 3. 52-Blake Hahn; 4. 51-Dalton Seigler; 5. 3-Tim Barber; 6. 9U-Doug McCune; 7. 11E-Cory Elliott; 8. (DNF) 87F-Brian McClelland; 9. (DNF) 8X-Austin Shores

Qualifiers: Passing Points from Qualifier and Heat set the Saturday’s “A” Feature.

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[5]; 2. 22-John Heydenreich[9]; 3. 91-Chase Goetz[3]; 4. 3S-Jared Peterson[4]; 5. 11E-Cory Elliott[7]; 6. 76-Zane Lawrence[2]; 7. 93-Richard Kreisel[6]; 8. (DNF) 0Z-Katlynn Leer[1]; 9. (DNF) 7X-Jordan McPherson[8]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 83-Jonathan Halford[4]; 2. 11C-Chett Gehrke[3]; 3. 87F-Brian McClelland[8]; 4. 21-Ty Hulsey[7]; 5. 3-Tim Barber[2]; 6. D6-Dakota Gains[6]; 7. 9U-Doug McCune[5]; DNS 8X-Austin Shores; DNS 51-Dalton Seigler

”A” Feature: presented by Speedway Motors.

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[2]; 2. 11C-Chett Gehrke[3]; 3. 87F-Brian McClelland[9]; 4. 91-Chase Goetz[4]; 5. 21-Ty Hulsey[11]; 6. 22-John Heydenreich[6]; 7. 3-Tim Barber[7]; 8. 83-Jonathan Halford[1]; 9. 93-Richard Kreisel[14]; 10. 76-Zane Lawrence[8]; 11. 9U-Doug McCune[13]; 12. 0Z-Katlynn Leer[15]; 13. 11E-Cory Elliott[10]; 14. 7X-Jordan McPherson[17]; 15. (DNF) D6-Dakota Gains[12]; 16. (DNF) 3S-Jared Peterson[5]; 17. (DNF) 8X-Austin Shores[18]; DNS 51-Dalton Seigler

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'A' Class Winged

Heat Races: Top 72 in passing points advance to Qualifiers with a four car inversion.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 81T-Matthew Howard; 2. 7S-Raio Morgan; 3. 36C-Craig Carroll; 4. 8X-Austin Shores; 5. 54S-Will Scribner; 6. 57G-Larry Martinez; 7. 72-Logan Reynolds; 8. 34X-Joey Baker; 9. (DNF) C3-Bobby Chapa

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 32M-Adam Miller; 2. 1AV-Ryan Robinson; 3. 31-Dylan Kadous; 4. 37H-Nicholas Howard; 5. 41A-Hannah Adair; 6. 04C-Caleb Paris; 7. 64-Ty Sampair; 8. (DNF) 00W-Travis Weaver; DNS 44M-Chris Martin

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 92-Jordan Herrman; 2. 102-Brock Berreth; 3. 82S-Sterling Hoff; 4. 71M-Roy Maxwell; 5. 99H-Michael Shelton; 6. 172-Greg Reynolds; 7. (DNF) 23C-Jason Crane; 8. (DNF) 18-Logan Scherb

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 66R-Jason Rogers; 2. 75-Ryan Truitt; 3. 92L-Austin Lambert; 4. 65G-Casey Wills; 5. 15-Jase Randolph; 6. 77H-J.J. Haley; 7. 413-Chad Hill; 8. (DNF) 9K-Kieran Casillas

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 55M-McKenna Haase; 2. 79-Tim Kent; 3. 88-Ryan Worth; 4. 15T-Tristan Guardino; 5. 8C-Chase Goetz; 6. 83-Shane Weeks; 7. 71-Weston Gorham; 8. 44A-Ayrton Gennetten

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 12N-Jason Tyer; 2. 81-Frank Flud; 3. 1Z-Brock Zearfoss; 4. P40-Aaron Dromgoole; 5. 47-Austin Helt; 6. 87M-Justin McCoy; 7. 47D-Krissy Durr; 8. 18S-Shelbie Goad

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 20W-Shawn Wicker; 2. 22B-Rodney Bippus; 3. 5-Ty Hulsey; 4. 111-Morgan Montgomery; 5. 11E-Cory Elliott; 6. 551-Brent McMillan; 7. 35-Kevin Folk; 8. 11C-Carly Elliott

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 2B-Nathan Benson; 2. 25R-Chad Bell; 3. 93L-Trey Lambert; 4. 321-Chad Winfrey; 5. 60-Kent Miller Jr.; 6. 98-Nathan Weida; 7. 1-Johnny B.; 8. 3-Ryann Kolkmeier

Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 73-Jason McDougal; 2. 33W-Mickey Walker; 3. 29R-Jake Rosario; 4. 18K-Steve Finn; 5. 19C-Dennis Casillas; 6. 7K-Nick Remmel; 7. 120-Gabe Wilson; 8. (DNF) 33X-Sean Kneeland

Heat 10 (8 Laps): 1. 29S-Scott Sawyer; 2. 70T-Luke Tipton; 3. 07-Travis Crawford; 4. 69-Kenny Howard; 5. 13T-Tony Sinquefield; 6. 57-Kyle Huttenhow; 7. 40S-Dawson Stealy; 8. (DNF) 99-Grady Chandler

Heat 11 (8 Laps): 1. 029-Austin Stone; 2. 77D-Dean Drake Jr; 3. 29B-Blake Dacus; 4. 77-Chris Andrews; 5. 84-Dave Nicholson; 6. 9L-Lonnie Fraley; 7. 77M-Aaron Miller; 8. 23T-Travis Rewerts

Heat 12 (8 Laps): 1. 20-Brock Landers; 2. 13H-Brad Hannum; 3. 33-Tucker Worth; 4. 38-Jimmy Wood; 5. 22S-Slater Helt; 6. 23-Raelynne Moss; 7. 2D-Dustin Davidson; 8. 21M-Michele Melton

Heat 13 (8 Laps): 1. 9C-Shawn Conde; 2. 12A-Alex Panella; 3. 50-Megan Wood; 4. 6-Blake Bennington; 5. 24T-Trenton Borchers; 6. 25C-Chase Meade; 7. (DNF) 17H-Hayden Hillenburg; 8. (DNF) 82C-Christian Kinnison

Heat 14 (8 Laps): 1. 17J-Jacob Johnston; 2. 15D-Andrew Deal; 3. 5X-Tyson Hall; 4. 41H-Colton Hardy; 5. 749-Kyle Schlotz; 6. B12-Blake McDermott; 7. 29D-Blake Dewberry; 8. (DNF) 7T-Tristan Oakes

Heat 15 (8 Laps): 1. 59-Joel Smith; 2. 05-Kris Carroll; 3. 73W-Dylan Ward; 4. 32-Trey Marcham; 5. 74E-Jessica Estes; 6. 71D-Danny Clum; DNS 89-Shane Watts; DNS 07X-Patrick Hurtado

Heat 16 (8 Laps): 1. 82-Steven Shebester; 2. 5B-Thad Bennett; 3. 25W-Tommy White; 4. 13B-Brittany Yarwood; 5. 2-Ronnie James; 6. 54-Casey Wright; 7. 71X-Colby Estes; 8. (DNF) 82X-Chris Silva

Heat 17 (8 Laps): 1. 11-Mitchell Faccinto; 2. 4-Jared Fell; 3. 512-Blake Hahn; 4. 79M-Dahne Lynn McKay; 5. 01J-Jeb Sessums; 6. 30-John Crowder; 7. 55-Tyler Liebig; 8. 311-Tyler King

Heat 18 (8 Laps): 1. 41-Giovanni Scelzi; 2. 4-Jared Fell; 3. 512-Blake Hahn; 4. 79M-Dahne Lynn McKay; 5. 01J-Jeb Sessums; 6. 30-John Crowder; 7. 55-Tyler Liebig; 8. 311-Tyler King

Heat 19 (8 Laps): 1. 28T-Nicholas Rasa; 2. 27T-Tucker Klaasmeyer; 3. 98M-Robert McBride; 4. 27K-Kyle Keeler; 5. 47X-Dylan Westbrook; 6. 29-Ryan Timmons; 7. 12-Jarrett Soares; DNS 28-Nathan Rolfe

Heat 20 (8 Laps): 1. 7H-Lindsey Howard; 2. 9X-Kevin Swindell; 3. 777-Ryan Padgett; 4. 39-Russ Disinger; 5. 61-Kenny Koelsch; 6. 77J-Jerrod Wilson; 7. 80-Alex Sewell; 8. 58-Collin Traylor

Heat 21 (8 Laps): 1. 21-Jeremy Wickham; 2. 87-Liam Ryan; 3. 128-Karley Kay Dobson; 4. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr; 5. 1S-Joey Schmidt; 6. 88-Ryan Worth; 7. 112-Scott Smith; 8. 94L-Layne Himebaugh

*Qualifiers: Top 16 in combined Passing Points from Heats and Qualifiers advance to Saturday’s “A” Feature. *

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 029-Austin Stone[2]; 2. 41-Giovanni Scelzi[3]; 3. 11-Mitchell Faccinto[4]; 4. 73-Jason McDougal[6]; 5. 8H-Matthew Howard[5]; 6. 98M-Robert McBride[9]; 7. 25W-Tommy White[11]; 8. 13M-Chance McCreary[8]; 9. 5B-Thad Bennett[10]; 10. 13B-Brittany Yarwood[12]; 11. 65G-Casey Wills[7]; 12. (DNF) 27T-Tucker Klaasmeyer[1]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 87-Liam Ryan[1]; 2. 59-Joel Smith[2]; 3. 81-Frank Flud[4]; 4. 1AV-Ryan Robinson[3]; 5. 38-Jimmy Wood[7]; 6. 9X-Kevin Swindell[8]; 7. 20-Brock Landers[6]; 8. 37H-Nicholas Howard[11]; 9. 79-Tim Kent[10]; 10. 27K-Kyle Keeler[9]; 11. 32M-Adam Miller[5]; 12. 41A-Hannah Adair[12]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 31-Dylan Kadous[3]; 2. 1Z-Brock Zearfoss[1]; 3. 7H-Lindsey Howard[2]; 4. 92-Jordan Herrman[4]; 5. 66R-Jason Rogers[5]; 6. 71M-Roy Maxwell[11]; 7. 102-Brock Berreth[9]; 8. 17J-Jacob Johnston[6]; 9. 92L-Austin Lambert[8]; 10. 12A-Alex Panella[10]; 11. 11E-Cory Elliott[12]; DNS 41H-Colton Hardy

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 29B-Blake Dacus[1]; 2. 29S-Scott Sawyer[4]; 3. 7S-Raio Morgan[2]; 4. 5-Ty Hulsey[8]; 5. 05-Kris Carroll[10]; 6. 82S-Sterling Hoff[3]; 7. 82-Steven Shebester[6]; 8. 70T-Luke Tipton[7]; 9. 60-Kent Miller Jr.[12]; 10. 22B-Rodney Bippus[9]; 11. 12N-Jason Tyer[5]; 12. 18K-Steve Finn[11]

Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 50-Megan Wood[1]; 2. 33-Tucker Worth[8]; 3. 29R-Jake Rosario[3]; 4. 13H-Brad Hannum[7]; 5. 88-Ryan Worth[4]; 6. 20W-Shawn Wicker[5]; 7. 75-Ryan Truitt[2]; 8. 24T-Trenton Borchers[12]; 9. (DNF) 28T-Nicholas Rasa[6]; 10. (DNF) 69-Kenny Howard[11]; 11. (DNF) 4-Jared Fell[10]; 12. (DNF) 25R-Chad Bell[9]

Qualifier 6 (10 Laps): 1. 2B-Nathan Benson[5]; 2. 36-Jonathan Beason[1]; 3. 9C-Shawn Conde[4]; 4. 15D-Andrew Deal[7]; 5. 512-Blake Hahn[8]; 6. 32-Trey Marcham[11]; 7. 55M-McKenna Haase[3]; 8. 33W-Mickey Walker[9]; 9. 5X-Tyson Hall[10]; 10. 01J-Jeb Sessums[12]; 11. 21-Jeremy Wickham[6]; 12. (DNF) 77D-Dean Drake Jr[2]

”C” Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding “B” Feature.

C Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 171-Cody Meade[4]; 2. 1-Johnny B.[6]; 3. 58-Collin Traylor[12]; 4. 18-Logan Scherb[13]; 5. 97X-Westin Walker[8]; 6. 47D-Krissy Durr[5]; 7. 120-Gabe Wilson[7]; 8. 172-Greg Reynolds[3]; 9. 71D-Danny Clum[2]; 10. 07X-Patrick Hurtado[15]; 11. (DNF) 04P-Paige Moss[1]; 12. (DNF) 88R-Kyle Offill[14]; 13. (DNF) 17H-Hayden Hillenburg[10]; 14. (DNF) 44A-Ayrton Gennetten[11]; 15. (DNF) 82X-Chris Silva[9]

C Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 188-Chad Wheeler[2]; 2. 34X-Joey Baker[9]; 3. 77H-J.J. Haley[1]; 4. 29D-Blake Dewberry[5]; 5. 98-Nathan Weida[3]; 6. 55-Tyler Liebig[6]; 7. 40S-Dawson Stealy[7]; 8. 71-Weston Gorham[8]; 9. 18S-Shelbie Goad[12]; 10. 9K-Kieran Casillas[13]; 11. 11C-Carly Elliott[11]; 12. (DNF) 44M-Chris Martin[14]; 13. (DNF) 3-Ryann Kolkmeier[10]; 14. (DNF) 30-John Crowder[4]; 15. (DNF) 28-Nathan Rolfe[15]

C Feature 3 (10 Laps): 1. 23C-Jason Crane[2]; 2. 71X-Colby Estes[7]; 3. 57G-Larry Martinez[1]; 4. 94L-Layne Himebaugh[9]; 5. 23-Raelynne Moss[3]; 6. 82-Steven Shebester; 7. 33X-Sean Kneeland[13]; 8. 35-Kevin Folk[8]; 9. (DNF) 23T-Travis Rewerts[10]; 10. (DNF) 29-Ryan Timmons[4]; 11. (DNF) 12-Jarrett Soares[6]; 12. (DNF) 21M-Michele Melton[11]; 13. (DNF) C3-Bobby Chapa[14]; 14. (DNF) 80-Alex Sewell[5]

C Feature 4 (10 Laps): 1. 87M-Justin McCoy[1]; 2. B12-Blake McDermott[3]; 3. 77M-Aaron Miller[8]; 4. 72-Logan Reynolds[5]; 5. 413-Chad Hill[4]; 6. 99-Grady Chandler[14]; 7. 7T-Tristan Oakes[11]; 8. 2D-Dustin Davidson[7]; 9. 311-Tyler King[10]; 10. 112-Scott Smith[6]; 11. 00W-Travis Weaver[12]; 12. 64-Ty Sampair[9]; 13. (DNF) 04C-Caleb Paris[2]; 14. (DNF) 89-Shane Watts[13]

”B” Features: Top 2 advance to LCQ.

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 36-Jonathan Beason[1]; 2. 1AV-Ryan Robinson[2]; 3. 37H-Nicholas Howard[4]; 4. 17-Quinn Jones[9]; 5. 25R-Chad Bell[7]; 6. 27K-Kyle Keeler[6]; 7. 57-Kyle Huttenhow[12]; 8. (DNF) 77J-Jerrod Wilson[11]; 9. (DNF) 171-Cody Meade[13]; 10. (DNF) 66R-Jason Rogers[3]; 11. (DNF) 60-Kent Miller Jr.[5]; 12. (DNF) 29D-Blake Dewberry[14]; 13. (DNF) 93L-Trey Lambert[8]; 14. (DNF) 79M-Dahne Lynn McKay[10]

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 29R-Jake Rosario[1]; 2. 512-Blake Hahn[2]; 3. 73W-Dylan Ward[8]; 4. 39-Russ Disinger[10]; 5. 25W-Tommy White[3]; 6. 11E-Cory Elliott[7]; 7. 5B-Thad Bennett[5]; 8. 07-Travis Crawford[9]; 9. 25C-Chase Meade[12]; 10. 77H-J.J. Haley[14]; 11. 1-Johnny B.[13]; 12. (DNF) 75-Ryan Truitt[4]; 13. (DNF) 12A-Alex Panella[6]; 14. (DNF) 749-Kyle Schlotz[11]

B Feature 3 (12 Laps): 1. 13H-Brad Hannum[1]; 2. 88-Ryan Worth[2]; 3. 102-Brock Berreth[4]; 4. 71M-Roy Maxwell[3]; 5. 41H-Colton Hardy[7]; 6. 22B-Rodney Bippus[6]; 7. 61-Kenny Koelsch[11]; 8. 18-Logan Scherb[14]; 9. 36C-Craig Carroll[8]; 10. 777-Ryan Padgett[9]; 11. 47-Austin Helt[12]; 12. (DNF) 79-Tim Kent[5]; 13. (DNF) 188-Chad Wheeler[13]; 14. (DNF) 8X-Austin Shores[10]

B Feature 4 (12 Laps): 1. 15D-Andrew Deal[1]; 2. 34X-Joey Baker[13]; 3. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[10]; 4. 5X-Tyson Hall[5]; 5. 38-Jimmy Wood[2]; 6. 58-Collin Traylor[14]; 7. 13M-Chance McCreary[4]; 8. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[12]; 9. 8C-Chase Goetz[11]; 10. (DNF) 82S-Sterling Hoff[3]; 11. (DNF) 4-Jared Fell[7]; 12. (DNF) 69-Kenny Howard[6]; 13. (DNF) 54S-Will Scribner[9]; 14. (DNF) 128-Karley Kay Dobson[8]

B Feature 5 (12 Laps): 1. 32-Trey Marcham[2]; 2. 7H-Lindsey Howard[1]; 3. 33W-Mickey Walker[4]; 4. 20W-Shawn Wicker[3]; 5. 28T-Nicholas Rasa[5]; 6. 77D-Dean Drake Jr[7]; 7. P40-Aaron Dromgoole[10]; 8. 19C-Dennis Casillas[11]; 9. 23C-Jason Crane[13]; 10. 15-Jase Randolph[12]; 11. 72-Logan Reynolds[14]; 12. (DNF) 22S-Slater Helt[9]; 13. (DNF) 15T-Tristan Guardino[8]; 14. (DNF) 65G-Casey Wills[6]

B Feature 6 (12 Laps): 1. 73-Jason McDougal[1]; 2. 98M-Robert McBride[2]; 3. 55M-McKenna Haase[3]; 4. 17J-Jacob Johnston[4]; 5. 21-Jeremy Wickham[6]; 6. 92L-Austin Lambert[5]; 7. 2-Ronnie James[9]; 8. 74E-Jessica Estes[11]; 9. 18K-Steve Finn[7]; 10. 71X-Colby Estes[13]; 11. 77M-Aaron Miller[14]; 12. 13T-Tony Sinquefield[12]; 13. (DNF) 321-Chad Winfrey[8]; 14. (DNF) 7K-Nick Remmel[10]

B Feature 7 (12 Laps): 1. 9X-Kevin Swindell[2]; 2. 20-Brock Landers[3]; 3. 05-Kris Carroll[1]; 4. 13B-Brittany Yarwood[5]; 5. 87M-Justin McCoy[13]; 6. 1S-Joey Schmidt[9]; 7. 94L-Layne Himebaugh[14]; 8. 41A-Hannah Adair[7]; 9. 32M-Adam Miller[6]; 10. 24T-Trenton Borchers[4]; 11. 99H-Michael Shelton[12]; 12. (DNF) 9L-Lonnie Fraley[10]; 13. (DNF) 77-Chris Andrews[8]; 14. (DNF) 83-Shane Weeks[11]

B Feature 8 (12 Laps): 1. 7S-Raio Morgan[1]; 2. 82-Steven Shebester[3]; 3. 8H-Matthew Howard[2]; 4. B12-Blake McDermott[13]; 5. 12N-Jason Tyer[6]; 6. 84-Dave Nicholson[12]; 7. 551-Brent McMillan[11]; 8. 70T-Luke Tipton[4]; 9. (DNF) 111-Morgan Montgomery[9]; 10. (DNF) 27T-Tucker Klaasmeyer[7]; 11. (DNF) 57G-Larry Martinez[14]; DNS 54-Casey Wright; DNS 6-Blake Bennington; DNS 01J-Jeb Sessums

”A” Feature: presented by Speedway Motors.

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 33-Tucker Worth[3]; 2. 2B-Nathan Benson[2]; 3. 11-Mitchell Faccinto[1]; 4. 31-Dylan Kadous[24]; 5. 81-Frank Flud[6]; 6. 29S-Scott Sawyer[4]; 7. 87-Liam Ryan[9]; 8. 36-Jonathan Beason[17]; 9. 41-Giovanni Scelzi[8]; 10. 50-Megan Wood[11]; 11. 9C-Shawn Conde[12]; 12. 15D-Andrew Deal[23]; 13. 32-Trey Marcham[21]; 14. 029-Austin Stone[7]; 15. 1Z-Brock Zearfoss[16]; 16. 59-Joel Smith[14]; 17. 9X-Kevin Swindell[22]; 18. (DNF) 5-Ty Hulsey[15]; 19. (DNF) 512-Blake Hahn[5]; 20. (DNF) 13H-Brad Hannum[19]; 21. (DNF) 29B-Blake Dacus[10]; 22. (DNF) 29R-Jake Rosario[18]; 23. (DNF) 73-Jason McDougal[20]; 24. (DNF) 92-Jordan Herrman[13]

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Junior Sprints

Passing Point totals determine Qualifier line-up with a four car inversion

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 25N-Noah Gass; 2. 17-Connor Lee; 3. 11W-Cooper Worth; 4. 22H-Kaleb Hughes; 5. 7-Treyton Gann; 6. 13-Dylan Short; 7. 22-Dylan Pendergrass; 8. 72C-Kayden Cole; 9. (DNF) 0-Garrett Jameson

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 73-Nikko Panella; 2. 99-Nathan Rainey; 3. 18-Peyton Hagen; 4. 36-Ryan Hunt; 5. 24-Benjamin Silliker; 6. 46-Brady Hilton; 7. (DNF) 94-Jax Cromwell; 8. (DNF) 56-Colton Horner

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 14J-Jadon Rogers; 2. 1H-Hank Davis; 3. 3E-Bryce Eames; 4. 15E-Dakota Earls; 5. 11S-Shawn Mahaffey; 6. 14-Hannah Rogers; 7. 00-Preston Scheulen; 8. 125-Macy Roulain

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 14R-Jake Nail; 2. 15J-Joey Gray; 3. 88R-Ryder Laplante; 4. 21-Johnny Bettes; 5. 44-Chance Duty; 6. 36J-Camdin Couch; 7. 29-Drew Sawyer; DNS 22R-Rees Moran

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 21G-Garth Kasiner; 2. 14W-Nick Weideman; 3. 14H-Holley Hollan; 4. 2-Brooklyn Holland; 5. 72-Chris Wells; 6. 26W-Dakota Williams; 7. 25-Maverick Elkins; 8. (DNF) 33C-Cole Tipton

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 08-Cannon McIntosh; 2. 23-Drake Turner; 3. 42-Grady Mercer; 4. 9-Emilio Hoover; 5. 17K-Bradden Knipmeyer; 6. 4-Braydon Cromwell; 7. (DNF) 77-Kale Drake; 8. (DNF) 23R-Collin Resch

Qualifiers: Top 14 in combined Passing advance to Saturday’s “A” Feature.

Qualifier 1 (8 Laps): 1. 15J-Joey Gray[2]; 2. 08-Cannon McIntosh[4]; 3. 18-Peyton Hagen[3]; 4. 25-Maverick Elkins[7]; 5. 21-Johnny Bettes[1]; 6. 22R-Rees Moran[9]; 7. 24-Benjamin Silliker[6]; 8. 29-Drew Sawyer[8]; 9. 36-Ryan Hunt[5]

Qualifier 2 (8 Laps): 1. 42-Grady Mercer[3]; 2. 15E-Dakota Earls[5]; 3. 17-Connor Lee[2]; 4. 14-Hannah Rogers[6]; 5. 13-Dylan Short[7]; 6. 23R-Collin Resch[8]; 7. (DNF) 3E-Bryce Eames[1]; 8. (DNF) 21G-Garth Kasiner[4]

Qualifier 3 (8 Laps): 1. 11S-Shawn Mahaffey[1]; 2. 14W-Nick Weideman[2]; 3. 14J-Jadon Rogers[3]; 4. 7-Treyton Gann[5]; 5. 4-Braydon Cromwell[7]; 6. 73-Nikko Panella[4]; 7. 33C-Cole Tipton[8]; 8. 36J-Camdin Couch[6]

Qualifier 4 (8 Laps): 1. 14H-Holley Hollan[3]; 2. 44-Chance Duty[1]; 3. 99-Nathan Rainey[4]; 4. 46-Brady Hilton[6]; 5. 88R-Ryder Laplante[2]; 6. 77-Kale Drake[8]; 7. 17K-Bradden Knipmeyer[5]; 8. 72C-Kayden Cole[7]

Qualifier 5 (8 Laps): 1. 2-Brooklyn Holland[1]; 2. 25N-Noah Gass[3]; 3. 23-Drake Turner[4]; 4. 22H-Kaleb Hughes[2]; 5. 26W-Dakota Williams[5]; 6. 0-Garrett Jameson[8]; 7. 00-Preston Scheulen[7]; 8. 22-Dylan Pendergrass[6]

Qualifier 6 (8 Laps): 1. 14R-Jake Nail[3]; 2. 72-Chris Wells[5]; 3. 9-Emilio Hoover[1]; 4. 1H-Hank Davis[4]; 5. 94-Jax Cromwell[6]; 6. 125-Macy Roulain[7]; 7. (DNF) 11W-Cooper Worth[2]; DNS 56-Colton Horner

”B” Features: Top 2 advance to the A-Main.

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 2-Brooklyn Holland[1]; 2. 72-Chris Wells[2]; 3. 56-Colton Horner[12]; 4. 22H-Kaleb Hughes[3]; 5. 77-Kale Drake[9]; 6. 33C-Cole Tipton[11]; 7. 4-Braydon Cromwell[6]; 8. 11W-Cooper Worth[7]; 9. 24-Benjamin Silliker[8]; 10. (DNF) 7-Treyton Gann[4]; 11. (DNF) 00-Preston Scheulen[10]; 12. (DNF) 21-Johnny Bettes[5]

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 17-Connor Lee[1]; 2. 9-Emilio Hoover[3]; 3. 25-Maverick Elkins[5]; 4. 3E-Bryce Eames[7]; 5. 26W-Dakota Williams[6]; 6. 44-Chance Duty[2]; 7. 23R-Collin Resch[8]; 8. 29-Drew Sawyer[11]; 9. (DNF) 14-Hannah Rogers[4]; 10. (DNF) 22-Dylan Pendergrass[10]; 11. (DNF) 0-Garrett Jameson[9]

B Feature 3 (12 Laps): 1. 73-Nikko Panella[1]; 2. 21G-Garth Kasiner[2]; 3. 88R-Ryder Laplante[3]; 4. 94-Jax Cromwell[6]; 5. 17K-Bradden Knipmeyer[7]; 6. 13-Dylan Short[5]; 7. 22R-Rees Moran[11]; 8. 72C-Kayden Cole[10]; 9. 36J-Camdin Couch[9]; 10. (DNF) 46-Brady Hilton[4]; 11. (DNF) 125-Macy Roulain[8]

”A” Feature: presented by Speedway Motors.

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 08-Cannon McIntosh[1]; 2. 42-Grady Mercer[2]; 3. 14R-Jake Nail[4]; 4. 14H-Holley Hollan[3]; 5. 73-Nikko Panella[17]; 6. 14J-Jadon Rogers[10]; 7. 1H-Hank Davis[11]; 8. 18-Peyton Hagen[9]; 9. 2-Brooklyn Holland[15]; 10. 9-Emilio Hoover[19]; 11. 14W-Nick Weideman[13]; 12. 11S-Shawn Mahaffey[14]; 13. 99-Nathan Rainey[5]; 14. 72-Chris Wells[18]; 15. (DNF) 23-Drake Turner[6]; 16. (DNF) 21G-Garth Kasiner[20]; 17. (DNF) 25N-Noah Gass[8]; 18. (DNF) 17-Connor Lee[16]; 19. (DNF) 15J-Joey Gray[7]; 20. (DNF) 15E-Dakota Earls[12]

 

 

Stage set for Saturday at the Tulsa Shootout

TULSA, Okla. (January 3, 2014) - Pushing into “B” Features, the final chances for drivers to advance into Saturday’s championship features in the 29th annual Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout are becoming few.

Completing 195 of the scheduled 234, Saturday will pick up with remaining “B” Features taking the top two from each into the night’s Last Chance Qualifiers (LCQ). The top eight from each qualifier will join the drivers already locked into the championship events.

A total of 39 events will take place on Saturday, January 4 at the River Spirit Expo Center.

Going into the final day of competition, 138 drivers have earned at least one victory during the weekend. Austin Stone advanced his total to five on the weekend with California’s Giovanni Scelzi and Jason Rogers tallying up four along with five-time Shootout Champion, Kevin Bayer of Oklahoma.

The biggest mover of the night came in the seventh Outlaw Non-Wing “B” Feature. Racing out a “C” Feature, Cory Eliason charged from thirteenth for his second victory of the day.

Previewing Saturday’s “A” Features, 13 previous champions of the Tulsa Shootout are already locked in.

Two drivers seeking their third Golden Driller in as many years are Heath Duinkerken and Dahne Lynn McKay. Victorious the past two years in Outlaw competition, Duinkerken will grid the field sixth. McKay, who topped the Restricted “A” Class in 2012 and 2013, will begin her quest for her first Outlaw victory from the tenth. Tulsa’s Chris Andrews will line up twelfth. Twice a Shootout winner, Andrews’ wins come in non-wing competition, doing so in 2010 in “A” Class Non-Wing and 2013 in Outlaw Non-Wing.

ECOtec Midgets defending champion, Brian McClelland, earned a ninth starting spot with four-time Shootout champion, Blake Hahn, looking for his second triumph in the Midgets; earning the win in 2012. A winner in Restricted “A” Class in 2011, Dalton Seigler [formerly Wisely] will have to overcome engine woes if he plans to run for the Driller.

Defending Junior Sprint champion, Jadon Rogers, will return to defend his 2013 victory.

Looking for another shot at fame, defending “A” Class Non-Wing champion, Michael Faccinto, returns to defend his 2013 title. Joining the California shoe is four-time Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals winner, Kevin Swindell who has six Golden Drillers to his credit with wins coming at the shootout in 1991 and 1992 in Jr. 1 Karts. Chris Cochran, who topped “A” Class in 2013 also joins the list of locked in champions.

Taking a Junior Sprint driller back to California in 2005, Mitchell Faccinto has earned his place in the “A” Class feature event along with 2006 “A” Class champion, Scott Sawyer.

Non-Winged Outlaw carries the most past champions to transfer directly to the big dance. Finding Blake Hahn and Chris Andrews again, the two Oklahoma drivers are the only past winners already secured a spot in multiple classes on Saturday night. Jerrod Wilson brings his four wins to the table, three in “A” Class and one in Outlaw, along with 2001 Restricted winner Jonathan Beason.

The only classes without a previous Shootout winner are Restricted “A” Class and 1,200cc Mini Sprints.

Saturday, January 4 will begin at 10:00 A.M. (CT) with “B” Features for “A” Class, 1,200cc Mini Sprints, Restricted “A” Class, Junior Sprints, and Outlaw. Last Chance Qualifiers will be run by Non-Wing, Outlaw Non-Wing, Restricted, “A” Class, and Outlaw with the top eight moving on.

Opening ceremonies for the night’s championship events is slated for 6:00 P.M. Tickets for Saturday are $20 for adults and can be purchased at the door.

Live online PPV coverage of the 29th Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout is available at http://www.racinboys.com. To follow along with race finishes, follow the Tulsa Shootout on Facebook and Twitter. For official news, results, and information log onto http://www.tulsashootout.com.

The numbers so far

Qualifiers: 41 Heat Races: 116 “C” Features: 22 “B” Features: 16 Drivers: 513 Entries: 921 Green Flag Laps: 1,738

Win Count by State / Province: Oklahoma 77, California 46, Indiana 19, Texas 6, Missouri 9, Kansas 6, Washington 4, British Columbia 3, Nebraska 2, Illinois 2, Pennsylvania 2, Colorado 2, New Mexico 1, Arkansas 1, Iowa 1, Tennessee 1, Florida 1, South Dakota 1

Driver Win Totals (Driver with 2, or more, wins): Austin Stone 5, Giovanni Scelzi 4, Kevin Bayer 4, Jason Rogers 4, Michael Faccinto 3, Chris Andrews 3, Blake Hahn 3, Chris Cochran 3, Jesse Holt 3, Shawn Conde 3, Jeffrey Newell 3, Cory Eliason 3, Steven Shebester 3, Jared Peterson 2, Jason McDougal 2, Karley Kay Dobson 2, Mathew Howard, Scott Sawyer 2, Jerrod Wilson 2, Liam Ryan 2, Nathan Benson 2, Tyler Cortney 2, Tyler Walton 2, Jordan Herman 2, Alex Panella 2, Curtis Jones 2, Earl McDoulett, Jr. 2, Frank Flud 2, Jake Nail 2, Jonathan Halford 2, Kevin Ramey 2, Nate McMillin 2, Russ Disinger 2, Tristan Guardino 2, Tyler Thomas 2, Dylan Kadous 2, Austin Kromberg 2, Harlan Hulsey 2, Alex Sewell 2

Combined Results: Wednesday, January 1 / Thursday, January 2 / Friday, January 3

'A' Class Non-Winged

Heat Races: Top 72 in passing points advance to Qualifiers with a four car inversion.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 73-Jason McDougal; 2. 54S-Will Scribner; 3. 24-Nate McMillin; 4. 15-Morgan Roan; 5. 7K-Jack Kirby; 6. 18K-Steve Finn; 7. 22S-Shawn Murray; 8. (DNF) 44-Garrett Olson

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 22X-Jonathan Roan; 2. 28X-Todd McWilliams; 3. 30-John Crowder; 4. 05C-Eric Cantrell; 5. 54B-Jake Beasley; 6. 11R-Rick Oller; 7. 29-Ryan Timmons; 8. 83-Shane Weeks

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 128-Karley Kay Dobson; 2. 92L-Austin Lambert; 3. 71M-Roy Maxwell; 4. 77H-J.J. Haley; 5. 28-Trevor Reed; 6. 8-Dustin Boston; 7. 70-Charles Valenzuela; DNS 77B-Michael Berry

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 14B-Brandon Henson; 2. 07-Travis Crawford; 3. 54-Casey Wright; 4. 11H-Garrett Hood; 5. 171-Cody Meade; 6. 4-Jared Fell; 7. 9K-Kieran Casillas; 8. (DNF) 104-Ruben Morris

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 79X-D.J. Estes; 2. 7M-Kevin Ramey; 3. 15D-Andrew Deal; 4. 28T-Nicholas Rasa; 5. 25-Anton Hernandez; 6. 51-Roger Ritchey; 7. 97-Paige Howard; 8. 74S-Shelby Larson

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 8L-Brian Lunsford; 2. 9E-Kinzer Edwards; 3. 57B-Cole Bodine; 4. 89-Jarrett Crouch; 5. 17E-Blake Edwards; 6. 92R-Jake Rosario; 7. L23-Jordon Lambert; 8. 12-Shane Hacker

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 9L-Lonnie Fraley; 2. 04-Kyle Jones; 3. 79-Tim Kent; 4. 10-Brian Parker; 5. 7F-Shane Fick; 6. P51-Aaron Dromgoole; 7. 04P-Paige Moss; 8. (DNF) 72K-Rick Kirkes

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 92-Jordan Herman; 2. 1-Jeffrey Newell; 3. 11E-Cory Elliott; 4. 98M-Derrick McBride; 5. 15X-Keith Martin; 6. 8J-Josh Marcham; 7. 2T-Tony Ogden; DNS 77J-Jerrod Wilson

Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 40-Michael Faccinto; 2. 66R-Jason Rogers; 3. 1C-Curtis Bailey; 4. 29C-Connor Borah; 5. 8G-Devin Gerrior; 6. 1B-Brandon Buysse; 7. 23-Raelynne Moss; DNS 44M-Chris Martin

Heat 10 (8 Laps): 1. 91-Cole Lambert; 2. 11-Harlan Hulsey; 3. 3-Ryann Kolkmeier; 4. 65G-Casey Wills; 5. 65-Tyler Russel; 6. 16X-Kody Conley; 7. 74E-Jessica Estes; 8. 13L-Lamont Baker

Heat 11 (8 Laps): 1. 22H-Jessee Holt; 2. 13-John Kahl; 3. 13B-Brittany Yarwood; 4. 5-Ty Hulsey; 5. 00W-Travis Weaver; 6. 39C-Chase Cabre; 7. 23C-Jason Crane; 8. (DNF) 69H-Jeromy Hefler

Heat 12 (8 Laps): 1. 029-Austin Stone; 2. 7-Cord Dodson; 3. 20W-Shawn Wicker; 4. 44A-Ayrton Gennetten; 5. 69-Kenny Howard; 6. (DNF) 00K-Justin McCoy; 7. (DNF) 04H-Jason Holt; 8. (DNF) 99H-Michael Shelton

Heat 13 (8 Laps): 1. 82-Steven Shebester; 2. 39-Russ Disinger; 3. 41H-Colton Hardy; 4. 39K-Kaitlyn Hammer; 5. 10J-Brandon Jarvis; 6. 57-Kyle Huttenhow; 7. (DNF) 57G-Larry Martinez; 8. (DNF) 29D-Blake Dewberry

Heat 14 (8 Laps): 1. 9X-Kevin Swindell; 2. 40S-Parker Price-Miller; 3. 34-John Baker; 4. 8X-Austin Shores; 5. 47-Austin Helt; 6. (DNF) 99J-Liam Haigh; 7. (DNF) 8M-Eddie Moss; 8. (DNF) 55-Tyler Liebig

Heat 15 (8 Laps): 1. 512-Blake Hahn; 2. 2B-Nathan Benson; 3. 28V-Luke Verardi; 4. 82C-Christian Kinnison; 5. 38-Jimmy Wood; 6. 188-Chad Wheeler; 7. 749-Kyle Schlotz; 8. (DNF) 84-Dave Nicholson

Heat 16 (8 Laps): 1. 71X-Colby Estes; 2. 321-Chad Winfrey; 3. 88-Tony Tenick; 4. 44W-Ben Worth; 5. 19-Issac Barr; 6. (DNF) 71K-Nick Remmel; 7. (DNF) 88J-Jake Adams; DNS 22-Dalton Seigler

Heat 17 (8 Laps): 1. 91K-Kevin Bayer; 2. 93K-Riley Kreisel; 3. 21-Jeremy Wickham; 4. 5J-Jerry Hockett; 5. 6A-William Owen; 6. 71-Weston Gorham; 7. 29K-Kyle Amerson; DNS 58-Collin Traylor

Heat 18 (8 Laps): 1. 80-Alex Sewell; 2. 73W-Dylan Ward; 3. 17-Joe Leek; 4. 41-Giovanni Scelzi; 5. 28G-Gordon Goyer; 6. 311-Tyler King; 7. 49-Joel Smith; 8. 13M-Chance McCreary

Heat 19 (8 Laps): 1. 81-Frank Flud; 2. 31-Dylan Kadous; 3. 0J-Bradley Jameson; 4. 37-Brad Nichols; 5. 93L-Trey Lambert; 6. 19C-Dennis Casillas; 7. 14-Ron Durr; 8. 22B-Rodney Bippus

Heat 20 (8 Laps): 1. 18-Logan Scherb; 2. 92T-Tim Ferguson; 3. 25C-Chase Meade; 4. 61-Kaley Engstrom; 5. 82S-Sterling Hoff; 6. 11T-Payton Pierce; 7. (DNF) 11N-Levi Neely; 8. (DNF) 8-Dustin Boston

Heat 21 (8 Laps): 1. 7C-Chris Cochran; 2. 36-Jonathan Beason; 3. 16-Billy Cribbs; 4. 2-Ronnie James; 5. 1F-Cole Ketcham; 6. 20-Noah Hams; 7. 71D-Danny Clum; 8. 3G-Justin Elswick

Heat 22 (8 Laps): 1. 2D-Dustin Davidson; 2. 5H-Cameron Hagin; 3. 6E-Bobby Eubanks; 4. 9C-Shawn Conde; 5. 13T-Tony Sinquefield; 6. 898-Ryan Padgett; 7. (DNF) 99-Kyle Keeler; 8. (DNF) 14T-Tim Ottenbacher

Heat 23 (8 Laps): 1. 94L-Layne Himebaugh; 2. 925-Travis Crane; 3. 5X-Tyson Hall; 4. 11M-Justin Melton; 5. 33X-Justin Patocka; 6. 24T-Trenton Borchers; 7. 0-Kort Morgan; 8. 04C-Caleb Paris

Heat 24 (8 Laps): 1. 32-Trey Marcham; 2. 7Z-TJ Smith; 3. 33Z-Ezekiel Lewis; 4. 7S-Jason Scheulen; 5. 74-Mike Martin; 6. 17K-Jacob Knipmeyer; 7. (DNF) 27D-Jared Dunkin; 8. (DNF) 112-Scott Smith

Heat 25 (8 Laps): 1. 15T-Tristan Guardino; 2. 87-Liam Ryan; 3. 5B-Thad Bennett; 4. 11J-Joey Starnes; 5. 07X-Patrick Hurtado; 6. 10Z-Zane Lawrence; 7. (DNF) 9S-Nick Schaeffer; 8. (DNF) 2C-Casey Andrews

Heat 26 (8 Laps): 1. 27-Sean Jones; 2. 25W-Tommy White; 3. (DNF) 01J-Jeb Sessums; 4. (DNF) 17J-Jacob Johnston; 5. (DNF) 77-Dean Drake Jr; 6. (DNF) 12B-Daniel Bagley; 7. (DNF) 7H-Lindsey Howard; DNS 33-Tucker Worth

Heat 27 (8 Laps): 1. 6-Blake Bennington; 2. 02-Bobby Henning; 3. 50-Megan Wood; 4. 77M-Aaron Miller; 5. 97X-Westin Walker; 6. 1G-Garett Hake; 7. C3-Bobby Chapa; 8. 12N-Jason Tyer

Heat 28 (8 Laps): 1. 1AV-Ryan Robinson; 2. 911-Ryan Kline; 3. 75-Ryan Truitt; 4. 121-Austin Kromberg; 5. 21M-Michele Melton; 6. 12X-Jarrett Soares; 7. 8C-Chase Goetz

*Qualifiers: Top 16 in combined Passing Points from Heats and Qualifiers advance to Saturday’s “A” Feature. *

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 15T-Tristan Guardino[2]; 2. 7M-Kevin Ramey[3]; 3. 7C-Chris Cochran[6]; 4. 27-Sean Jones[10]; 5. 75-Ryan Truitt[8]; 6. 5B-Thad Bennett[12]; 7. 71X-Colby Estes[9]; 8. 92T-Tim Ferguson[7]; 9. 73-Jason McDougal[4]; 10. 911-Ryan Kline[1]; 11. 128-Karley Kay Dobson[5]; 12. 07-Travis Crawford[11]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 1-Jeffrey Newell[3]; 2. 6-Blake Bennington[2]; 3. 9L-Lonnie Fraley[5]; 4. 9X-Kevin Swindell[4]; 5. 22X-Jonathan Roan[8]; 6. 2D-Dustin Davidson[6]; 7. 9E-Kinzer Edwards[11]; 8. 10-Brian Parker[10]; 9. 925-Travis Crane[7]; 10. 41H-Colton Hardy[1]; 11. 91K-Kevin Bayer[9]; 12. 01J-Jeb Sessums[12]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 7-Cord Dodson[3]; 2. 11-Harlan Hulsey[2]; 3. 1AV-Ryan Robinson[6]; 4. 22H-Jessee Holt[5]; 5. 80-Alex Sewell[9]; 6. 25W-Tommy White[7]; 7. 61-Kaley Engstrom[10]; 8. 39-Russ Disinger[11]; 9. 17-Joe Leek[1]; 10. (DNF) 14B-Brandon Henson[8]; 11. (DNF) 11H-Garrett Hood[12]; 12. (DNF) 13-John Kahl[4]

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 029-Austin Stone[5]; 2. 0J-Bradley Jameson[1]; 3. 2B-Nathan Benson[2]; 4. 81-Frank Flud[9]; 5. 66R-Jason Rogers[4]; 6. 24-Nate McMillin[7]; 7. 5-Ty Hulsey[12]; 8. 8L-Brian Lunsford[8]; 9. 2-Ronnie James[10]; 10. 92L-Austin Lambert[6]; 11. 5H-Cameron Hagin[3]; 12. 54-Casey Wright[11]

Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 31-Dylan Kadous[2]; 2. 6E-Bobby Eubanks[1]; 3. 40-Michael Faccinto[8]; 4. 321-Chad Winfrey[6]; 5. 57B-Cole Bodine[11]; 6. 18-Logan Scherb[9]; 7. 82C-Christian Kinnison[12]; 8. 82-Steven Shebester[5]; 9. 54S-Will Scribner[10]; 10. 15D-Andrew Deal[3]; 11. 79X-D.J. Estes[4]; 12. (DNF) 30-John Crowder[7]

Qualifier 6 (10 Laps): 1. 7Z-TJ Smith[2]; 2. 92-Jordan Herman[4]; 3. 79-Tim Kent[11]; 4. 93K-Riley Kreisel[6]; 5. 5X-Tyson Hall[1]; 6. 94L-Layne Himebaugh[3]; 7. 13B-Brittany Yarwood[7]; 8. 17J-Jacob Johnston[12]; 9. 91-Cole Lambert[8]; 10. (DNF) 28X-Todd McWilliams[10]; 11. (DNF) 32-Trey Marcham[9]; 12. (DNF) 512-Blake Hahn[5]

”C” Features: Top 3 advance to corresponding “B” Feature.

C Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 11J-Joey Starnes[1]; 2. 1F-Cole Ketcham[2]; 3. 51-Roger Ritchey[9]; 4. C3-Bobby Chapa[7]; 5. 21M-Michele Melton[4]; 6. 39K-Kaitlyn Hammer[3]; 7. 70-Charles Valenzuela[10]; 8. 13L-Lamont Baker[14]; 9. (DNF) 6A-William Owen[5]; 10. (DNF) 8J-Josh Marcham[6]; 11. (DNF) 112-Scott Smith[12]; 12. (DNF) 12B-Daniel Bagley[8]; 13. (DNF) 104-Ruben Morris[13]; 14. (DNF) 8M-Eddie Moss[11]

C Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 7K-Jack Kirby[3]; 2. 188-Chad Wheeler[7]; 3. 33X-Justin Patocka[2]; 4. 58-Collin Traylor[14]; 5. 0-Kort Morgan[11]; 6. 77M-Aaron Miller[1]; 7. 23-Raelynne Moss[10]; 8. 04P-Paige Moss[8]; 9. 72K-Rick Kirkes[13]; 10. (DNF) 77-Dean Drake Jr[5]; 11. (DNF) 24T-Trenton Borchers[9]; 12. (DNF) 2C-Casey Andrews[12]; 13. (DNF) 57-Kyle Huttenhow[6]; 14. (DNF) 11R-Rick Oller[4]

C Feature 3 (10 Laps): 1. 11T-Payton Pierce[6]; 2. 7S-Jason Scheulen[1]; 3. 74-Mike Martin[5]; 4. 12N-Jason Tyer[12]; 5. 74E-Jessica Estes[8]; 6. 05C-Eric Cantrell[2]; 7. 20-Noah Hams[7]; 8. 71D-Danny Clum[10]; 9. 9S-Nick Schaeffer[11]; 10. 99H-Michael Shelton[13]; 11. 97X-Westin Walker[3]; 12. 22-Dalton Seigler[14]; 13. 92R-Jake Rosario[4]; 14. 12X-Jarrett Soares[9]

C Feature 4 (10 Laps): 1. 121-Austin Kromberg[1]; 2. 8G-Devin Gerrior[3]; 3. 98M-Derrick McBride[2]; 4. 23C-Jason Crane[10]; 5. 36D-Dustin Boston[11]; 6. L23-Jordon Lambert[9]; 7. 17K-Jacob Knipmeyer[4]; 8. 22S-Shawn Murray[6]; 9. 69H-Jeromy Hefler[12]; 10. 84-Dave Nicholson[13]; 11. (DNF) 77B-Michael Berry[14]; 12. (DNF) 39C-Chase Cabre[7]; 13. (DNF) 00W-Travis Weaver[5]; 14. (DNF) 04H-Jason Holt[8]

C Feature 5 (10 Laps): 1. P51-Aaron Dromgoole[5]; 2. 97-Paige Howard[10]; 3. 171-Cody Meade[1]; 4. 10Z-Zane Lawrence[4]; 5. (DNF) 10J-Brandon Jarvis[3]; 6. (DNF) 88J-Jake Adams[7]; 7. (DNF) 37-Brad Nichols[2]; 8. (DNF) 3G-Justin Elswick[11]; 9. (DNF) 29K-Kyle Amerson[8]; 10. (DNF) 44M-Chris Martin[14]; 11. (DNF) 55-Tyler Liebig[12]; 12. (DNF) 57G-Larry Martinez[6]; 13. (DNF) 22B-Rodney Bippus[13]; 14. (DNF) 71K-Nick Remmel[9]

C Feature 6 (10 Laps): 1. 47-Austin Helt[1]; 2. 4-Jared Fell[2]; 3. 16X-Kody Conley[5]; 4. 44-Garrett Olson[13]; 5. 13M-Chance McCreary[12]; 6. 1G-Garett Hake[4]; 7. 311-Tyler King[7]; 8. 2T-Tony Ogden[11]; 9. 11N-Levi Neely[10]; 10. 28G-Gordon Goyer[3]; 11. 749-Kyle Schlotz[6]; 12. 27D-Jared Dunkin[9]; 13. (DNF) 8C-Chase Goetz[8]; DNS 33-Tucker Worth

C Feature 7 (10 Laps): 1. 38-Jimmy Wood[1]; 2. 00K-Justin McCoy[2]; 3. 898-Ryan Padgett[7]; 4. 71-Weston Gorham[5]; 5. 93L-Trey Lambert[3]; 6. 99-Kyle Keeler[11]; 7. 18K-Steve Finn[8]; 8. 49-Joel Smith[6]; 9. 14T-Tim Ottenbacher[12]; 10. 04C-Caleb Paris[10]; 11. (DNF) 74S-Shelby Larson[13]; 12. (DNF) 7F-Shane Fick[4]; DNS 77J-Jerrod Wilson; DNS 7H-Lindsey Howard

C Feature 8 (10 Laps): 1. 82S-Sterling Hoff[1]; 2. 29D-Blake Dewberry[11]; 3. 83-Shane Weeks[12]; 4. 14-Ron Durr[6]; 5. 19C-Dennis Casillas[5]; 6. 13T-Tony Sinquefield[3]; 7. (DNF) 99J-Liam Haigh[2]; 8. (DNF) 69-Kenny Howard[4]; 9. (DNF) 36D-Dustin Boston[8]; 10. (DNF) 1B-Brandon Buysse[7]; 11. (DNF) 9K-Kieran Casillas[10]; 12. (DNF) 12-Shane Hacker[13]; 13. (DNF) 29-Ryan Timmons[9]

”B” Features: Top 2 transfer to corresponding LCQ.

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 11-Harlan Hulsey[1]; 2. 13-John Kahl[5]; 3. 128-Karley Kay Dobson[7]; 4. 93K-Riley Kreisel[2]; 5. 71X-Colby Estes[4]; 6. 73W-Dylan Ward[8]; 7. 1F-Cole Ketcham[14]; 8. 82C-Christian Kinnison[3]; 9. 51-Roger Ritchey[15]; 10. 79X-D.J. Estes[6]; 11. 11E-Cory Elliott[10]; 12. 11J-Joey Starnes[13]; 13. 29C-Connor Borah[9]; 14. 28-Trevor Reed[12]; 15. (DNF) 28T-Nicholas Rasa[11]

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 5B-Thad Bennett[2]; 2. 25-Anton Hernandez[12]; 3. 9E-Kinzer Edwards[3]; 4. 73-Jason McDougal[4]; 5. 44A-Ayrton Gennetten[11]; 6. 188-Chad Wheeler[14]; 7. 8L-Brian Lunsford[5]; 8. 57B-Cole Bodine[1]; 9. 7K-Jack Kirby[13]; 10. 1C-Curtis Bailey[10]; 11. 14B-Brandon Henson[7]; 12. 02-Bobby Henning[8]; 13. 512-Blake Hahn[6]; 14. 33X-Justin Patocka[15]; DNS 41-Giovanni Scelzi

B Feature 3 (12 Laps): 1. 22H-Jessee Holt[2]; 2. 0J-Bradley Jameson[1]; 3. 25W-Tommy White[3]; 4. 2-Ronnie James[5]; 5. 15X-Keith Martin[12]; 6. 7S-Jason Scheulen[14]; 7. 11T-Payton Pierce[13]; 8. 44W-Ben Worth[11]; 9. 92L-Austin Lambert[6]; 10. 04-Kyle Jones[8]; 11. 07-Travis Crawford[7]; 12. 17J-Jacob Johnston[4]; 13. (DNF) 74-Mike Martin[15]; 14. (DNF) 3-Ryann Kolkmeier[10]; 15. (DNF) 9C-Shawn Conde[9]

B Feature 4 (12 Laps): 1. 66R-Jason Rogers[2]; 2. 911-Ryan Kline[6]; 3. 54S-Will Scribner[5]; 4. 121-Austin Kromberg[13]; 5. 61-Kaley Engstrom[3]; 6. 54B-Jake Beasley[9]; 7. 19-Issac Barr[12]; 8. 8G-Devin Gerrior[14]; 9. 39-Russ Disinger[4]; 10. (DNF) 34-John Baker[10]; 11. (DNF) 5J-Jerry Hockett[11]; 12. (DNF) 40S-Parker Price-Miller[8]; 13. (DNF) 6E-Bobby Eubanks[1]; 14. (DNF) 98M-Derrick McBride[15]; DNS 01J-Jeb Sessums

B Feature 5 (12 Laps): 1. 81-Frank Flud[1]; 2. 17E-Blake Edwards[9]; 3. 5X-Tyson Hall[3]; 4. 925-Travis Crane[5]; 5. 75-Ryan Truitt[2]; 6. 36-Jonathan Beason[8]; 7. 10-Brian Parker[4]; 8. 28X-Todd McWilliams[7]; 9. 11M-Justin Melton[11]; 10. 5H-Cameron Hagin[6]; 11. 171-Cody Meade[15]; 12. (DNF) 15-Morgan Roan[12]; 13. (DNF) P51-Aaron Dromgoole[13]; 14. (DNF) 16-Billy Cribbs[10]; 15. (DNF) 97-Paige Howard[14]

B Feature 6 (12 Laps): 1. 24-Nate McMillin[3]; 2. 65-Tyler Russel[9]; 3. 13B-Brittany Yarwood[4]; 4. 88-Tony Tenick[10]; 5. 11H-Garrett Hood[7]; 6. 16X-Kody Conley[15]; 7. 20W-Shawn Wicker[11]; 8. 47-Austin Helt[13]; 9. 4-Jared Fell[14]; 10. 41H-Colton Hardy[6]; 11. 22X-Jonathan Roan[2]; 12. 89-Jarrett Crouch[12]; 13. (DNF) 91-Cole Lambert[5]; DNS 2B-Nathan Benson; DNS 87-Liam Ryan

B Feature 7 (12 Laps): 1. 80-Alex Sewell[1]; 2. 28V-Luke Verardi[11]; 3. 00K-Justin McCoy[14]; 4. 94L-Layne Himebaugh[3]; 5. 38-Jimmy Wood[13]; 6. 33Z-Ezekiel Lewis[8]; 7. 898-Ryan Padgett[15]; 8. 92T-Tim Ferguson[4]; 9. (DNF) 18-Logan Scherb[2]; 10. (DNF) 65G-Casey Wills[12]; 11. (DNF) 91K-Kevin Bayer[6]; 12. (DNF) 07X-Patrick Hurtado[9]; 13. (DNF) 21-Jeremy Wickham[10]; 14. (DNF) 30-John Crowder[7]; 15. (DNF) 17-Joe Leek[5]

B Feature 8 (12 Laps): 1. 82-Steven Shebester[4]; 2. 32-Trey Marcham[6]; 3. 5-Ty Hulsey[2]; 4. 321-Chad Winfrey[1]; 5. 15D-Andrew Deal[5]; 6. 2D-Dustin Davidson[3]; 7. 77H-J.J. Haley[8]; 8. 71M-Roy Maxwell[9]; 9. 25C-Chase Meade[10]; 10. 50-Megan Wood[11]; 11. (DNF) 29D-Blake Dewberry[14]; 12. (DNF) 8X-Austin Shores[12]; 13. (DNF) 54-Casey Wright[7]; 14. (DNF) 82S-Sterling Hoff[13]; 15. (DNF) 83-Shane Weeks[15]

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1,200cc Non-Winged Mini Sprints

Passing Point totals determine Qualifier line-up with a four car inversion

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 15F-Aaron Farney; 2. 14-Ryan Partin; 3. 22-Erik Drake; 4. 28H-Rod Henning; 5. 5-Jacob Sollenberger; 6. 00-Billy Brickley; 7. 23Z-Zach Raidart; 8. (DNF) 15-Merril Lamb

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 09-Tyson Cross; 2. 33-TJ Worcester; 3. 71-Auston Pribbenow; 4. 15H-Tony Hudlin; 5. (DNF) 30-Scott Heikes; 6. (DNF) 7-Dick Williams; 7. (DNF) 51R-Gedd Ross; 8. 44-Alex Bright

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 1-Tyler Walton; 2. 4-Jeffrey Dyer; 3. 35-Jimmy Wood; 4. 53-Megan Wood; 5. 2-Austin Archdale; 6. 48M-Rick Murko; 7. 51-Brent Burrows; 8. 27-Matt White

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 7X-Korey Weyant; 2. 6-Jared Gundersen; 3. 14H-Cordy Horn; 4. 54-Brett Wilson; 5. 18C-Chase Sigg; 6. (DNF) 11-Dwayne Mackey; 7. (DNF) 27T-Tucker Klaasmeyer

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 87-Liam Ryan; 2. 6B-Andy Baugh; 3. 133-Ryan Oerter; 4. 26-Clayton Gains; 5. 3-Rick Marchbank; 6. 11C-Glen Waterland; 7. (DNF) 13-Luke McGee

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 14-Ryan Partin[2]; 2. 7X-Korey Weyant[4]; 3. 87-Liam Ryan[3]; 4. 13-Luke McGee[8]; 5. 51-Brent Burrows[7]; 6. 14H-Cordy Horn[1]; 7. 11C-Glen Waterland[6]; 8. 5-Jacob Sollenberger[5]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 6-Jared Gundersen[2]; 2. 6B-Andy Baugh[4]; 3. 22-Erik Drake[3]; 4. 30-Scott Heikes[5]; 5. (DNF) 27-Matt White[8]; 6. (DNF) 28H-Rod Henning[1]; DNS 27T-Tucker Klaasmeyer; 8. 18C-Chase Sigg[7]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 33-TJ Worcester[4]; 2. 53-Megan Wood[1]; 3. 00-Billy Brickley[6]; 4. 2-Austin Archdale[5]; 5. 15-Merril Lamb[8]; 6. 4-Jeffrey Dyer[2]; 7. 7-Dick Williams[7]; 8. (DNF) 35-Jimmy Wood[3]

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 1-Tyler Walton[4]; 2. 15F-Aaron Farney[3]; 3. 48M-Rick Murko[6]; 4. 23Z-Zach Raidart[7]; 5. 26-Clayton Gains[1]; 6. 54-Brett Wilson[2]; 7. (DNF) 3-Rick Marchbank[5]

Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 133-Ryan Oerter[1]; 2. 15H-Tony Hudlin[3]; 3. 11-Dwayne Mackey[5]; 4. 09-Tyson Cross[4]; 5. 71-Auston Pribbenow[2]; 6. (DNF) 51R-Gedd Ross[6]; 7. (DNF) 44-Alex Bright[7]

Qualifiers: Top 14 in combined Passing Points advance to Saturday’s “A” Feature.

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 14-Ryan Partin[2]; 2. 7X-Korey Weyant[4]; 3. 87-Liam Ryan[3]; 4. 13-Luke McGee[8]; 5. 51-Brent Burrows[7]; 6. 14H-Cordy Horn[1]; 7. 11C-Glen Waterland[6]; 8. 5-Jacob Sollenberger[5]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 6-Jared Gundersen[2]; 2. 6B-Andy Baugh[4]; 3. 22-Erik Drake[3]; 4. 30-Scott Heikes[5]; 5. (DNF) 27-Matt White[8]; 6. (DNF) 28H-Rod Henning[1]; DNS 27T-Tucker Klaasmeyer; 8. 18C-Chase Sigg[7]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 33-TJ Worcester[4]; 2. 53-Megan Wood[1]; 3. 00-Billy Brickley[6]; 4. 2-Austin Archdale[5]; 5. 15-Merril Lamb[8]; 6. 4-Jeffrey Dyer[2]; 7. 7-Dick Williams[7]; 8. (DNF) 35-Jimmy Wood[3]

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 1-Tyler Walton[4]; 2. 15F-Aaron Farney[3]; 3. 48M-Rick Murko[6]; 4. 23Z-Zach Raidart[7]; 5. 26-Clayton Gains[1]; 6. 54-Brett Wilson[2]; 7. (DNF) 3-Rick Marchbank[5]

Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 133-Ryan Oerter[1]; 2. 15H-Tony Hudlin[3]; 3. 11-Dwayne Mackey[5]; 4. 09-Tyson Cross[4]; 5. 71-Auston Pribbenow[2]; 6. (DNF) 51R-Gedd Ross[6]; 7. (DNF) 44-Alex Bright[7]

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Non-Winged Outlaws

Heat Races: Top 72 in passing points advance to Qualifiers with a four car inversion.

Heat 1: 1. 7M-Kevin Ramey; 2. 21-Ty Hulsey; 3. 25-Anton Hernandez; 4. 8-Dustin Bottoms; 5. 91X-Cale Thomas; 6. 88G-BJ Gatewood; 7. 18-Justin Fletcher; 8. 87-Liam Ryan

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 39-Russ Disinger; 2. 67B-Bob Bourff; 3. 0J-Bradley Jameson; 4. 14K-Tim Koch; 5. 91C-Shawn Conde; 6. 14H-Harley Hollan; 7. 97B-Chris Breen; 8. 17K-Jacob Knipmeyer

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 29-Ryan Timmons; 2. 911-Ryan Kline; 3. 14-T.J. Smith; 4. 98M-Derrick McBride; 5. 88N-Tyler Nelson; 6. 91A-Alec Frisell; 7. 28-Gordon Goyer; 8. 4C-Cole McDaniel

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr; 2. 8J-Josh Marcham; 3. 7-Cord Dodson; 4. 65-Tyler Russel; 5. 04-Kyle Jones; 6. 12S-Drew Salisbury; 7. 54B-Jake Beasley; 8. C2-Kevin Vick

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 7S-Jason Scheulen; 2. 31-Dylan Kadous; 3. 74-Mike Martin; 4. 15B-Quinton Benson; 5. 29C-Connor Borah; 6. 4-Jared Fell; 7. 22X-Jonathan Roan; 8. 11H-Garett Hood

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 512-Blake Hahn; 2. 16-Billy Cribbs; 3. 92R-Jake Rosario; 4. 93-Raleigh Shepherd; 5. 94L-Layne Himebaugh; 6. 9S-Nick Schaeffer; 7. 1G-Garett Hake; 8. 22-Dalton Seigler

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 91K-Kevin Bayer; 2. 82-Steven Shebester; 3. 5X-Tyson Hall; 4. 71X-Colby Estes; 5. 1B-Brandon Buysse; 6. 99F-Shane Fletcher; 7. 27-Nathan Brookshier; 8. (DNF) 33-Tucker Worth

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 7C-Chris Cochran; 2. 15X-Keith Martin; 3. 27J-Sean Jones; 4. 77M-Aaron Miller; 5. 121-Austin Kromberg; 6. 188-Chad Wheeler; 7. 18K-Steve Finn; 8. 99J-Liam Haigh

Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 24-Nate McMillin; 2. 00K-Justin McCoy; 3. 2-Ronnie James; 4. 51-Roger Ritchey; 5. 41H-Colton Hardy; 6. 61-Kenny Koelsch; 7. 9KX-Kieran Casillas; 8. (DNF) 91-Cole Lambert

Heat 10 (8 Laps): 1. 22H-Jessee Holt; 2. 41-Giovanni Scelzi; 3. 8H-Tristan Guardino; 4. 00W-Travis Weaver; 5. 17J-Jacob Johnston; 6. (DNF) 22C-Curtis Jones; 7. (DNF) 25W-Tommy White; 8. (DNF) 90-Jeffrey Wallace

Heat 11 (8 Laps): 1. 89-Jarrett Crouch; 2. 79X-D.J. Estes; 3. 4V-Tyler Thomas; 4. 11E-Cory Elliott; 5. 79J-Jacob Patton; 6. 44-Garrett Olson; 7. 28X-Todd McWilliams; 8. 10E-Matt Ebarb

Heat 12 (8 Laps): 1. 17L-Joe Leek; 2. 20W-Shawn Wicker; 3. 98-Sean Watts; 4. 47-Austin Helt; 5. 10W-George White; 6. 15-Morgan Roan; 7. 6-Blake Bennington; DNS 38-Jimmy Wood

Heat 13 (8 Laps): 1. 21B-Wes McIntyre; 2. 25K-Courtney Barth; 3. 44V-Matt Veatch; 4. 93K-Riley Kreisel; 5. 10J-Cory Eliason; 6. 69N-Logan Scherb; 7. 82C-Christian Kinnison; DNS 71-Dustin OBrien

Heat 14 (8 Laps): 1. 44W-Ben Worth; 2. 22S-Shawn Murray; 3. 28V-Luke Verardi; 4. 6E-Bobby Eubanks; 5. 92-Jordan Herman; 6. 171-Tony Ogden; 7. 14T-Tim Ottenbacher; 8. (DNF) 33Z-Ezekiel Lewis

Heat 15 (8 Laps): 1. 551-Tyler Courtney; 2. 17-Harlan Hulsey; 3. 11J-Joey Starnes; 4. P51-Aaron Dromgoole; 5. 52J-Justin Peck; 6. 8G-Devin Gerrior; 7. 49-Joel Smith; 8. 37-Brad Nichols

Heat 16 (8 Laps): 1. 17E-Blake Edwards; 2. 29D-Blake Dewberry; 3. 00X-Dane Lorene; 4. 12-Chris Crawford; 5. 34X-Joey Baker; 6. 11T-Payton Pierce; 7. (DNF) 39S-Kevin Swindell; 8. (DNF) 1F-Cole Ketcham

Heat 17 (8 Laps): 1. 66R-Jason Rogers; 2. 36-Jonathan Beason; 3. 007-Shane Sundquist; 4. 79-Tim Kent; 5. 4X-Andrew Felker; 6. 99R-Andy Baugh; 7. 8M-Eddie Moss; 8. 9-Jared Peterson

Heat 18 (8 Laps): 1. 20M-Chris Miller; 2. 17B-Jack Gilbert; 3. 01J-Jeb Sessums; 4. 5H-Cameron Hagin; 5. 2D-Dustin Davidson; 6. (DNF) 7F-Shane Fick; 7. (DNF) 7J-John Bordenave; DNS 5-Darren Wisley

Heat 19 (8 Laps): 1. 10C-Jerrod Wilson; 2. 40S-Parker Price-Miller; 3. 35B-Dwayne Benson; 4. 57B-Cole Bodine; 5. 10-Brian Parker; 6. 44A-Ayrton Gennetten; 7. 32-Trey Marcham; 8. 25J-Delaney Jost

Heat 20 (8 Laps): 1. 40-Michael Faccinto; 2. 80-Alex Sewell; 3. 58-Collin Traylor; 4. 21K-Adam Barth; 5. 5B-Thad Bennett; 6. 93L-Trey Lambert; 7. 8-Dustin Bottoms; 8. (DNF) 7B-Austin Brown

Heat 21 (8 Laps): 1. 8V-Bryce Volpa; 2. 9E-Kinzer Edwards; 3. 27K-Kyle Keeler; 4. L23-Jordon Lambert; 5. (DNF) 32-Trey Marcham; 6. (DNF) 11M-Justin Melton; 7. 55C-Brandon Carey

Heat 22 (8 Laps): 1. 128-Karley Kay Dobson; 2. 73X-Jason McDougal; 3. 44M-Chris Martin; 4. 71M-Roy Maxwell; 5. 7K-Jack Kirby; 6. 10H-Jason Humphrey; 7. (DNF) 3-Justin Elswick

Heat 23 (8 Laps): 1. 77-Chris Andrews; 2. 15D-Andrew Deal; 3. 144-Alex Bright; 4. 87K-Kelvin Lewis; 5. 77H-J.J. Haley; 6. 029-Austin Stone; 7. (DNF) 12K-Kyle Amerson

Heat 24 (8 Laps): 1. 1-Jeffrey Newell; 2. 57-Kyle Huttenhow; 3. 00-Grady Chandler; 4. 70-Charles Valenzuela; 5. 97-Paige Howard; 6. (DNF) 04P-Chase Cabre; 7. (DNF) 7W-Trent Wilson

*Qualifiers: Top 16 in combined Passing Points from Heats and Qualifiers advance to Saturday’s “A” Feature. *

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 4V-Tyler Thomas[2]; 2. 73X-Jason McDougal[3]; 3. 89-Jarrett Crouch[7]; 4. 17B-Jack Gilbert[5]; 5. 79-Tim Kent[8]; 6. 7C-Chris Cochran[1]; 7. 00K-Justin McCoy[9]; 8. 00-Grady Chandler[6]; 9. 27K-Kyle Keeler[10]; 10. 67B-Bob Bourff[11]; 11. 57-Kyle Huttenhow[12]; 12. (DNF) 17E-Blake Edwards[4]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 77-Chris Andrews[2]; 2. 512-Blake Hahn[3]; 3. 24-Nate McMillin[4]; 4. 7M-Kevin Ramey[6]; 5. 40S-Parker Price-Miller[5]; 6. 8J-Josh Marcham[11]; 7. 22H-Jessee Holt[1]; 8. 57B-Cole Bodine[8]; 9. 0J-Bradley Jameson[12]; 10. 29D-Blake Dewberry[9]; 11. 44W-Ben Worth[7]; 12. (DNF) 98M-Derrick McBride[10]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 1-Jeffrey Newell[2]; 2. 21B-Wes McIntyre[4]; 3. 66R-Jason Rogers[7]; 4. 17L-Joe Leek[1]; 5. 39-Russ Disinger[6]; 6. 80-Alex Sewell[5]; 7. 14-T.J. Smith[9]; 8. 21-Ty Hulsey[8]; 9. 79X-D.J. Estes[11]; 10. 8V-Bryce Volpa[3]; 11. 47-Austin Helt[10]; 12. 7-Cord Dodson[12]

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 551-Tyler Courtney[1]; 2. 82-Steven Shebester[3]; 3. 20W-Shawn Wicker[2]; 4. 40-Michael Faccinto[4]; 5. 20M-Chris Miller[7]; 6. 911-Ryan Kline[8]; 7. 27J-Sean Jones[12]; 8. 74-Mike Martin[9]; 9. 25K-Courtney Barth[11]; 10. 29-Ryan Timmons[6]; 11. (DNF) 25-Anton Hernandez[5]; 12. (DNF) P51-Aaron Dromgoole[10]

Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 10C-Jerrod Wilson[1]; 2. 36-Jonathan Beason[11]; 3. 17-Harlan Hulsey[2]; 4. 15X-Keith Martin[3]; 5. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[6]; 6. 8H-Tristan Guardino[9]; 7. 93-Raleigh Shepherd[7]; 8. 31-Dylan Kadous[8]; 9. 5H-Cameron Hagin[10]; 10. 22S-Shawn Murray[4]; 11. (DNF) 2-Ronnie James[12]; 12. (DNF) 92R-Jake Rosario[5]

Qualifier 6 (10 Laps): 1. 41-Giovanni Scelzi[3]; 2. 9E-Kinzer Edwards[4]; 3. 91K-Kevin Bayer[2]; 4. 128-Karley Kay Dobson[1]; 5. 16-Billy Cribbs[8]; 6. 35B-Dwayne Benson[9]; 7. 15D-Andrew Deal[11]; 8. 00W-Travis Weaver[7]; 9. 7S-Jason Scheulen[6]; 10. 70-Charles Valenzuela[10]; 11. (DNF) 144-Alex Bright[5]; 12. (DNF) 15B-Quinton Benson[12]

”C” Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding “B” Feature.

C Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 22C-Curtis Jones[1]; 2. 5B-Thad Bennett[2]; 3. 52J-Justin Peck[3]; 4. 11M-Justin Melton[7]; 5. 04P-Chase Cabre[5]; 6. 55C-Brandon Carey[10]; 7. 28-Gordon Goyer[11]; 8. 22X-Jonathan Roan[6]; 9. 1G-Garett Hake[8]; 10. 7F-Shane Fick[4]; 11. 9-Jared Peterson[12]; 12. (DNF) 33-Tucker Worth[13]; 13. (DNF) 6-Blake Bennington[9]

C Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 14H-Harley Hollan[5]; 2. 10-Brian Parker[3]; 3. 7K-Jack Kirby[2]; 4. 82C-Christian Kinnison[9]; 5. 18K-Steve Finn[8]; 6. 69N-Logan Scherb[1]; 7. 27-Nathan Brookshier[6]; 8. 38-Jimmy Wood[13]; 9. 37-Brad Nichols; 10. 10E-Matt Ebarb[12]; 11. 11H-Garett Hood[10]; 12. (DNF) 97B-Chris Breen[4]; 13. (DNF) 029-Austin Stone[7]

C Feature 3 (10 Laps): 1. 44A-Ayrton Gennetten[1]; 2. 29C-Connor Borah[2]; 3. 39S-Kevin Swindell[9]; 4. 49-Joel Smith[4]; 5. 54B-Jake Beasley[7]; 6. 44-Garrett Olson[3]; 7. 99J-Liam Haigh[10]; 8. (DNF) 171-Tony Ogden[5]; 9. (DNF) 9KX-Kieran Casillas[6]; 10. (DNF) 22-Dalton Seigler[12]; 11. (DNF) 8M-Eddie Moss[8]; 12. (DNF) 71-Dustin OBrien[13]; 13. (DNF) 1F-Cole Ketcham[11]

C Feature 4 (10 Laps): 1. 93L-Trey Lambert[1]; 2. 97-Paige Howard[2]; 3. 88G-BJ Gatewood[5]; 4. 28X-Todd McWilliams[6]; 5. 25W-Tommy White[9]; 6. 25J-Delaney Jost[11]; 7. 87-Liam Ryan[12]; 8. 4-Jared Fell[4]; 9. 8-Dustin Bottoms[8]; 10. (DNF) 99R-Andy Baugh[3]; 11. (DNF) 91-Cole Lambert[10]; 12. (DNF) C2-Kevin Vick[13]; 13. (DNF) 14T-Tim Ottenbacher[7]

C Feature 5 (10 Laps): 1. 121-Austin Kromberg[1]; 2. 7W-Trent Wilson[8]; 3. 7B-Austin Brown[10]; 4. 12S-Drew Salisbury[3]; 5. 94L-Layne Himebaugh[2]; 6. 8G-Devin Gerrior[4]; 7. 3-Justin Elswick[7]; 8. 7J-John Bordenave[9]; 9. (DNF) 90-Jeffrey Wallace[11]; 10. (DNF) 91A-Alec Frisell[5]; 11. (DNF) 5-Darren Wisley[12]; 12. (DNF) 99F-Shane Fletcher[6]

C Feature 6 (10 Laps): 1. 10J-Cory Eliason[1]; 2. 10H-Jason Humphrey[4]; 3. 17J-Jacob Johnston[2]; 4. 33Z-Ezekiel Lewis[11]; 5. 11T-Payton Pierce[3]; 6. 15-Morgan Roan[6]; 7. 61-Kenny Koelsch[5]; 8. (DNF) 18-Justin Fletcher[7]; 9. (DNF) 321-Chad Winfrey[9]; 10. (DNF) 17K-Jacob Knipmeyer[10]; 11. (DNF) 12K-Kyle Amerson[12]; 12. (DNF) 4C-Cole McDaniel[8]

”B” Features: Top 2 advance to corresponding LCQ.

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 40S-Parker Price-Miller[3]; 2. 7S-Jason Scheulen[6]; 3. 93-Raleigh Shepherd[4]; 4. 14K-Tim Koch[9]; 5. 22C-Curtis Jones[13]; 6. 88N-Tyler Nelson[8]; 7. 20W-Shawn Wicker[1]; 8. 25-Anton Hernandez[7]; 9. 29C-Connor Borah[14]; 10. 87K-Kelvin Lewis[11]; 11. 91C-Shawn Conde[10]; 12. (DNF) 51-Roger Ritchey[12]; 13. (DNF) 82C-Christian Kinnison[15]; 14. (DNF) 8J-Josh Marcham[2]; 15. (DNF) 31-Dylan Kadous[5]

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 17-Harlan Hulsey[1]; 2. 22H-Jessee Holt[4]; 3. 67B-Bob Bourff[6]; 4. 20M-Chris Miller[2]; 5. 39S-Kevin Swindell[15]; 6. 65-Tyler Russel[11]; 7. 52J-Justin Peck[14]; 8. 14H-Harley Hollan[13]; 9. 93K-Riley Kreisel[9]; 10. 04-Kyle Jones[10]; 11. 12-Chris Crawford[12]; 12. 27J-Sean Jones[3]; 13. (DNF) 5X-Tyson Hall[8]; 14. (DNF) 92R-Jake Rosario[7]; 15. (DNF) 00W-Travis Weaver[5]

B Feature 3 (12 Laps): 1. 15X-Keith Martin[1]; 2. 911-Ryan Kline[3]; 3. 17L-Joe Leek[2]; 4. 74-Mike Martin[4]; 5. 144-Alex Bright[7]; 6. 79X-D.J. Estes[5]; 7. 98-Sean Watts[8]; 8. 44A-Ayrton Gennetten[13]; 9. 29D-Blake Dewberry[6]; 10. 10-Brian Parker[14]; 11. 10W-George White[11]; 12. 1B-Brandon Buysse[12]; 13. (DNF) 11M-Justin Melton[15]; 14. (DNF) 92-Jordan Herman[10]; 15. (DNF) 6E-Bobby Eubanks[9]

B Feature 4 (12 Laps): 1. 91K-Kevin Bayer[1]; 2. 15D-Andrew Deal[3]; 3. 25K-Courtney Barth[5]; 4. 128-Karley Kay Dobson[2]; 5. 98M-Derrick McBride[7]; 6. 71M-Roy Maxwell[9]; 7. 7K-Jack Kirby[14]; 8. 34X-Joey Baker[10]; 9. 29-Ryan Timmons[6]; 10. 49-Joel Smith[15]; 11. 2D-Dustin Davidson[11]; 12. 41H-Colton Hardy[12]; 13. 11J-Joey Starnes[8]; 14. 22S-Shawn Murray[4]; 15. (DNF) 5B-Thad Bennett[13]

B Feature 5 (12 Laps): 1. 7M-Kevin Ramey[1]; 2. 39-Russ Disinger[2]; 3. 4X-Andrew Felker[10]; 4. 57B-Cole Bodine[4]; 5. 80-Alex Sewell[3]; 6. 17E-Blake Edwards[5]; 7. 7-Cord Dodson[7]; 8. 32-Trey Marcham[11]; 9. 79J-Jacob Patton[12]; 10. 12S-Drew Salisbury[15]; 11. 007-Shane Sundquist[8]; 12. 44V-Matt Veatch[9]; 13. 70-Charles Valenzuela[6]; 14. (DNF) 93L-Trey Lambert[13]; 15. (DNF) 10H-Jason Humphrey[14]

B Feature 6 (12 Laps): 1. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[2]; 2. 17B-Jack Gilbert[1]; 3. 00K-Justin McCoy[3]; 4. 0J-Bradley Jameson[4]; 5. 27K-Kyle Keeler[5]; 6. 28V-Luke Verardi[8]; 7. 8L-Brian Lunsford[10]; 8. 77H-J.J. Haley[12]; 9. P51-Aaron Dromgoole[7]; 10. 57-Kyle Huttenhow[6]; 11. 17J-Jacob Johnston[15]; 12. 121-Austin Kromberg[13]; 13. 88G-BJ Gatewood[14]; 14. 58-Collin Traylor[9]; 15. 21K-Adam Barth[11]

B Feature 7 (12 Laps): 1. 10J-Cory Eliason[13]; 2. 8H-Tristan Guardino[2]; 3. 79-Tim Kent[1]; 4. 00-Grady Chandler[4]; 5. 5H-Cameron Hagin[5]; 6. 44M-Chris Martin[9]; 7. 44W-Ben Worth[6]; 8. 2-Ronnie James[7]; 9. L23-Jordon Lambert[11]; 10. 00X-Dane Lorene[8]; 11. (DNF) 14-T.J. Smith[3]; 12. (DNF) 71X-Colby Estes[10]; 13. (DNF) 7W-Trent Wilson[14]; 14. (DNF) 28X-Todd McWilliams[15]; 15. (DNF) 9S-Nick Schaeffer[12]

B Feature 8 (12 Laps): 1. 7C-Chris Cochran[3]; 2. 16-Billy Cribbs[1]; 3. 91X-Cale Thomas[9]; 4. 21-Ty Hulsey[4]; 5. 11E-Cory Elliott[10]; 6. 47-Austin Helt[6]; 7. 33Z-Ezekiel Lewis[15]; 8. 188-Chad Wheeler[12]; 9. 8V-Bryce Volpa[5]; 10. 77M-Aaron Miller[11]; 11. (DNF) 35B-Dwayne Benson[2]; 12. (DNF) 01J-Jeb Sessums[8]; 13. (DNF) 15B-Quinton Benson[7]; 14. (DNF) 7B-Austin Brown[14]; 15. (DNF) 97-Paige Howard[13]

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Junior Sprints

Passing Point totals determine Qualifier line-up with a four car inversion

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 25N-Noah Gass; 2. 17-Connor Lee; 3. 11W-Cooper Worth; 4. 22H-Kaleb Hughes; 5. 7-Treyton Gann; 6. 13-Dylan Short; 7. 22-Dylan Pendergrass; 8. 72C-Kayden Cole; 9. (DNF) 0-Garrett Jameson

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 73-Nikko Panella; 2. 99-Nathan Rainey; 3. 18-Peyton Hagen; 4. 36-Ryan Hunt; 5. 24-Benjamin Silliker; 6. 46-Brady Hilton; 7. (DNF) 94-Jax Cromwell; 8. (DNF) 56-Colton Horner

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 14J-Jadon Rogers; 2. 1H-Hank Davis; 3. 3E-Bryce Eames; 4. 15E-Dakota Earls; 5. 11S-Shawn Mahaffey; 6. 14-Hannah Rogers; 7. 00-Preston Scheulen; 8. 125-Macy Roulain

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 14R-Jake Nail; 2. 15J-Joey Gray; 3. 88R-Ryder Laplante; 4. 21-Johnny Bettes; 5. 44-Chance Duty; 6. 36J-Camdin Couch; 7. 29-Drew Sawyer; DNS 22R-Rees Moran

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 21G-Garth Kasiner; 2. 14W-Nick Weideman; 3. 14H-Holley Hollan; 4. 2-Brooklyn Holland; 5. 72-Chris Wells; 6. 26W-Dakota Williams; 7. 25-Maverick Elkins; 8. (DNF) 33C-Cole Tipton

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 08-Cannon McIntosh; 2. 23-Drake Turner; 3. 42-Grady Mercer; 4. 9-Emilio Hoover; 5. 17K-Bradden Knipmeyer; 6. 4-Braydon Cromwell; 7. (DNF) 77-Kale Drake; 8. (DNF) 23R-Collin Resch

Qualifiers: Top 14 in combined Passing advance to Saturday’s “A” Feature.

Qualifier 1 (8 Laps): 1. 15J-Joey Gray[2]; 2. 08-Cannon McIntosh[4]; 3. 18-Peyton Hagen[3]; 4. 25-Maverick Elkins[7]; 5. 21-Johnny Bettes[1]; 6. 22R-Rees Moran[9]; 7. 24-Benjamin Silliker[6]; 8. 29-Drew Sawyer[8]; 9. 36-Ryan Hunt[5]

Qualifier 2 (8 Laps): 1. 42-Grady Mercer[3]; 2. 15E-Dakota Earls[5]; 3. 17-Connor Lee[2]; 4. 14-Hannah Rogers[6]; 5. 13-Dylan Short[7]; 6. 23R-Collin Resch[8]; 7. (DNF) 3E-Bryce Eames[1]; 8. (DNF) 21G-Garth Kasiner[4]

Qualifier 3 (8 Laps): 1. 11S-Shawn Mahaffey[1]; 2. 14W-Nick Weideman[2]; 3. 14J-Jadon Rogers[3]; 4. 7-Treyton Gann[5]; 5. 4-Braydon Cromwell[7]; 6. 73-Nikko Panella[4]; 7. 33C-Cole Tipton[8]; 8. 36J-Camdin Couch[6]

Qualifier 4 (8 Laps): 1. 14H-Holley Hollan[3]; 2. 44-Chance Duty[1]; 3. 99-Nathan Rainey[4]; 4. 46-Brady Hilton[6]; 5. 88R-Ryder Laplante[2]; 6. 77-Kale Drake[8]; 7. 17K-Bradden Knipmeyer[5]; 8. 72C-Kayden Cole[7]

Qualifier 5 (8 Laps): 1. 2-Brooklyn Holland[1]; 2. 25N-Noah Gass[3]; 3. 23-Drake Turner[4]; 4. 22H-Kaleb Hughes[2]; 5. 26W-Dakota Williams[5]; 6. 0-Garrett Jameson[8]; 7. 00-Preston Scheulen[7]; 8. 22-Dylan Pendergrass[6]

Qualifier 6 (8 Laps): 1. 14R-Jake Nail[3]; 2. 72-Chris Wells[5]; 3. 9-Emilio Hoover[1]; 4. 1H-Hank Davis[4]; 5. 94-Jax Cromwell[6]; 6. 125-Macy Roulain[7]; 7. (DNF) 11W-Cooper Worth[2]; DNS 56-Colton Horner

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'A' Class Winged

Heat Races: Top 72 in passing points advance to Qualifiers with a four car inversion.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 81T-Matthew Howard; 2. 7S-Raio Morgan; 3. 36C-Craig Carroll; 4. 8X-Austin Shores; 5. 54S-Will Scribner; 6. 57G-Larry Martinez; 7. 72-Logan Reynolds; 8. 34X-Joey Baker; 9. (DNF) C3-Bobby Chapa

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 32M-Adam Miller; 2. 1AV-Ryan Robinson; 3. 31-Dylan Kadous; 4. 37H-Nicholas Howard; 5. 41A-Hannah Adair; 6. 04C-Caleb Paris; 7. 64-Ty Sampair; 8. (DNF) 00W-Travis Weaver; DNS 44M-Chris Martin

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 92-Jordan Herrman; 2. 102-Brock Berreth; 3. 82S-Sterling Hoff; 4. 71M-Roy Maxwell; 5. 99H-Michael Shelton; 6. 172-Greg Reynolds; 7. (DNF) 23C-Jason Crane; 8. (DNF) 18-Logan Scherb

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 66R-Jason Rogers; 2. 75-Ryan Truitt; 3. 92L-Austin Lambert; 4. 65G-Casey Wills; 5. 15-Jase Randolph; 6. 77H-J.J. Haley; 7. 413-Chad Hill; 8. (DNF) 9K-Kieran Casillas

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 55M-McKenna Haase; 2. 79-Tim Kent; 3. 88-Ryan Worth; 4. 15T-Tristan Guardino; 5. 8C-Chase Goetz; 6. 83-Shane Weeks; 7. 71-Weston Gorham; 8. 44A-Ayrton Gennetten

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 12N-Jason Tyer; 2. 81-Frank Flud; 3. 1Z-Brock Zearfoss; 4. P40-Aaron Dromgoole; 5. 47-Austin Helt; 6. 87M-Justin McCoy; 7. 47D-Krissy Durr; 8. 18S-Shelbie Goad

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 20W-Shawn Wicker; 2. 22B-Rodney Bippus; 3. 5-Ty Hulsey; 4. 111-Morgan Montgomery; 5. 11E-Cory Elliott; 6. 551-Brent McMillan; 7. 35-Kevin Folk; 8. 11C-Carly Elliott

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 2B-Nathan Benson; 2. 25R-Chad Bell; 3. 93L-Trey Lambert; 4. 321-Chad Winfrey; 5. 60-Kent Miller Jr.; 6. 98-Nathan Weida; 7. 1-Johnny B.; 8. 3-Ryann Kolkmeier

Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 73-Jason McDougal; 2. 33W-Mickey Walker; 3. 29R-Jake Rosario; 4. 18K-Steve Finn; 5. 19C-Dennis Casillas; 6. 7K-Nick Remmel; 7. 120-Gabe Wilson; 8. (DNF) 33X-Sean Kneeland

Heat 10 (8 Laps): 1. 29S-Scott Sawyer; 2. 70T-Luke Tipton; 3. 07-Travis Crawford; 4. 69-Kenny Howard; 5. 13T-Tony Sinquefield; 6. 57-Kyle Huttenhow; 7. 40S-Dawson Stealy; 8. (DNF) 99-Grady Chandler

Heat 11 (8 Laps): 1. 029-Austin Stone; 2. 77D-Dean Drake Jr; 3. 29B-Blake Dacus; 4. 77-Chris Andrews; 5. 84-Dave Nicholson; 6. 9L-Lonnie Fraley; 7. 77M-Aaron Miller; 8. 23T-Travis Rewerts

Heat 12 (8 Laps): 1. 20-Brock Landers; 2. 13H-Brad Hannum; 3. 33-Tucker Worth; 4. 38-Jimmy Wood; 5. 22S-Slater Helt; 6. 23-Raelynne Moss; 7. 2D-Dustin Davidson; 8. 21M-Michele Melton

Heat 13 (8 Laps): 1. 9C-Shawn Conde; 2. 12A-Alex Panella; 3. 50-Megan Wood; 4. 6-Blake Bennington; 5. 24T-Trenton Borchers; 6. 25C-Chase Meade; 7. (DNF) 17H-Hayden Hillenburg; 8. (DNF) 82C-Christian Kinnison

Heat 14 (8 Laps): 1. 17J-Jacob Johnston; 2. 15D-Andrew Deal; 3. 5X-Tyson Hall; 4. 41H-Colton Hardy; 5. 749-Kyle Schlotz; 6. B12-Blake McDermott; 7. 29D-Blake Dewberry; 8. (DNF) 7T-Tristan Oakes

Heat 15 (8 Laps): 1. 59-Joel Smith; 2. 05-Kris Carroll; 3. 73W-Dylan Ward; 4. 32-Trey Marcham; 5. 74E-Jessica Estes; 6. 71D-Danny Clum; DNS 89-Shane Watts; DNS 07X-Patrick Hurtado

Heat 16 (8 Laps): 1. 82-Steven Shebester; 2. 5B-Thad Bennett; 3. 25W-Tommy White; 4. 13B-Brittany Yarwood; 5. 2-Ronnie James; 6. 54-Casey Wright; 7. 71X-Colby Estes; 8. (DNF) 82X-Chris Silva

Heat 17 (8 Laps): 1. 11-Mitchell Faccinto; 2. 4-Jared Fell; 3. 512-Blake Hahn; 4. 79M-Dahne Lynn McKay; 5. 01J-Jeb Sessums; 6. 30-John Crowder; 7. 55-Tyler Liebig; 8. 311-Tyler King

Heat 18 (8 Laps): 1. 41-Giovanni Scelzi; 2. 4-Jared Fell; 3. 512-Blake Hahn; 4. 79M-Dahne Lynn McKay; 5. 01J-Jeb Sessums; 6. 30-John Crowder; 7. 55-Tyler Liebig; 8. 311-Tyler King

Heat 19 (8 Laps): 1. 28T-Nicholas Rasa; 2. 27T-Tucker Klaasmeyer; 3. 98M-Robert McBride; 4. 27K-Kyle Keeler; 5. 47X-Dylan Westbrook; 6. 29-Ryan Timmons; 7. 12-Jarrett Soares; DNS 28-Nathan Rolfe

Heat 20 (8 Laps): 1. 7H-Lindsey Howard; 2. 9X-Kevin Swindell; 3. 777-Ryan Padgett; 4. 39-Russ Disinger; 5. 61-Kenny Koelsch; 6. 77J-Jerrod Wilson; 7. 80-Alex Sewell; 8. 58-Collin Traylor

Heat 21 (8 Laps): 1. 21-Jeremy Wickham; 2. 87-Liam Ryan; 3. 128-Karley Kay Dobson; 4. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr; 5. 1S-Joey Schmidt; 6. 88-Ryan Worth; 7. 112-Scott Smith; 8. 94L-Layne Himebaugh

*Qualifiers: Top 16 in combined Passing Points from Heats and Qualifiers advance to Saturday’s “A” Feature. *

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 029-Austin Stone[2]; 2. 41-Giovanni Scelzi[3]; 3. 11-Mitchell Faccinto[4]; 4. 73-Jason McDougal[6]; 5. 8H-Matthew Howard[5]; 6. 98M-Robert McBride[9]; 7. 25W-Tommy White[11]; 8. 13M-Chance McCreary[8]; 9. 5B-Thad Bennett[10]; 10. 13B-Brittany Yarwood[12]; 11. 65G-Casey Wills[7]; 12. (DNF) 27T-Tucker Klaasmeyer[1]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 87-Liam Ryan[1]; 2. 59-Joel Smith[2]; 3. 81-Frank Flud[4]; 4. 1AV-Ryan Robinson[3]; 5. 38-Jimmy Wood[7]; 6. 9X-Kevin Swindell[8]; 7. 20-Brock Landers[6]; 8. 37H-Nicholas Howard[11]; 9. 79-Tim Kent[10]; 10. 27K-Kyle Keeler[9]; 11. 32M-Adam Miller[5]; 12. 41A-Hannah Adair[12]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 31-Dylan Kadous[3]; 2. 1Z-Brock Zearfoss[1]; 3. 7H-Lindsey Howard[2]; 4. 92-Jordan Herrman[4]; 5. 66R-Jason Rogers[5]; 6. 71M-Roy Maxwell[11]; 7. 102-Brock Berreth[9]; 8. 17J-Jacob Johnston[6]; 9. 92L-Austin Lambert[8]; 10. 12A-Alex Panella[10]; 11. 11E-Cory Elliott[12]; DNS 41H-Colton Hardy

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 29B-Blake Dacus[1]; 2. 29S-Scott Sawyer[4]; 3. 7S-Raio Morgan[2]; 4. 5-Ty Hulsey[8]; 5. 05-Kris Carroll[10]; 6. 82S-Sterling Hoff[3]; 7. 82-Steven Shebester[6]; 8. 70T-Luke Tipton[7]; 9. 60-Kent Miller Jr.[12]; 10. 22B-Rodney Bippus[9]; 11. 12N-Jason Tyer[5]; 12. 18K-Steve Finn[11]

Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 50-Megan Wood[1]; 2. 33-Tucker Worth[8]; 3. 29R-Jake Rosario[3]; 4. 13H-Brad Hannum[7]; 5. 88-Ryan Worth[4]; 6. 20W-Shawn Wicker[5]; 7. 75-Ryan Truitt[2]; 8. 24T-Trenton Borchers[12]; 9. (DNF) 28T-Nicholas Rasa[6]; 10. (DNF) 69-Kenny Howard[11]; 11. (DNF) 4-Jared Fell[10]; 12. (DNF) 25R-Chad Bell[9]

Qualifier 6 (10 Laps): 1. 2B-Nathan Benson[5]; 2. 36-Jonathan Beason[1]; 3. 9C-Shawn Conde[4]; 4. 15D-Andrew Deal[7]; 5. 512-Blake Hahn[8]; 6. 32-Trey Marcham[11]; 7. 55M-McKenna Haase[3]; 8. 33W-Mickey Walker[9]; 9. 5X-Tyson Hall[10]; 10. 01J-Jeb Sessums[12]; 11. 21-Jeremy Wickham[6]; 12. (DNF) 77D-Dean Drake Jr[2]

”C” Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding “B” Feature.

C Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 171-Cody Meade[4]; 2. 1-Johnny B.[6]; 3. 58-Collin Traylor[12]; 4. 18-Logan Scherb[13]; 5. 97X-Westin Walker[8]; 6. 47D-Krissy Durr[5]; 7. 120-Gabe Wilson[7]; 8. 172-Greg Reynolds[3]; 9. 71D-Danny Clum[2]; 10. 07X-Patrick Hurtado[15]; 11. (DNF) 04P-Paige Moss[1]; 12. (DNF) 88R-Kyle Offill[14]; 13. (DNF) 17H-Hayden Hillenburg[10]; 14. (DNF) 44A-Ayrton Gennetten[11]; 15. (DNF) 82X-Chris Silva[9]

C Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 188-Chad Wheeler[2]; 2. 34X-Joey Baker[9]; 3. 77H-J.J. Haley[1]; 4. 29D-Blake Dewberry[5]; 5. 98-Nathan Weida[3]; 6. 55-Tyler Liebig[6]; 7. 40S-Dawson Stealy[7]; 8. 71-Weston Gorham[8]; 9. 18S-Shelbie Goad[12]; 10. 9K-Kieran Casillas[13]; 11. 11C-Carly Elliott[11]; 12. (DNF) 44M-Chris Martin[14]; 13. (DNF) 3-Ryann Kolkmeier[10]; 14. (DNF) 30-John Crowder[4]; 15. (DNF) 28-Nathan Rolfe[15]

C Feature 3 (10 Laps): 1. 23C-Jason Crane[2]; 2. 71X-Colby Estes[7]; 3. 57G-Larry Martinez[1]; 4. 94L-Layne Himebaugh[9]; 5. 23-Raelynne Moss[3]; 6. 82-Steven Shebester; 7. 33X-Sean Kneeland[13]; 8. 35-Kevin Folk[8]; 9. (DNF) 23T-Travis Rewerts[10]; 10. (DNF) 29-Ryan Timmons[4]; 11. (DNF) 12-Jarrett Soares[6]; 12. (DNF) 21M-Michele Melton[11]; 13. (DNF) C3-Bobby Chapa[14]; 14. (DNF) 80-Alex Sewell[5]

C Feature 4 (10 Laps): 1. 87M-Justin McCoy[1]; 2. B12-Blake McDermott[3]; 3. 77M-Aaron Miller[8]; 4. 72-Logan Reynolds[5]; 5. 413-Chad Hill[4]; 6. 99-Grady Chandler[14]; 7. 7T-Tristan Oakes[11]; 8. 2D-Dustin Davidson[7]; 9. 311-Tyler King[10]; 10. 112-Scott Smith[6]; 11. 00W-Travis Weaver[12]; 12. 64-Ty Sampair[9]; 13. (DNF) 04C-Caleb Paris[2]; 14. (DNF) 89-Shane Watts[13]

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ECOtec Midgets

Heat Races: Passing Point totals determine Qualifier line-up with a four car inversion

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 83-Jonathan Halford; 2. 76-Zane Lawrence; 3. 0Z-Katlynn Leer; 4. 11C-Chett Gehrke; 5. D6-Dakota Gains; 6. 93-Richard Kreisel; 7. 21-Ty Hulsey; 8. 7X-Jordan McPherson; 9. 22-John Heydenreich

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 3S-Jared Peterson; 2. 91-Chase Goetz; 3. 52-Blake Hahn; 4. 51-Dalton Seigler; 5. 3-Tim Barber; 6. 9U-Doug McCune; 7. 11E-Cory Elliott; 8. (DNF) 87F-Brian McClelland; 9. (DNF) 8X-Austin Shores

Qualifiers: Passing Points from Qualifier and Heat set the Saturday’s “A” Feature.

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[5]; 2. 22-John Heydenreich[9]; 3. 91-Chase Goetz[3]; 4. 3S-Jared Peterson[4]; 5. 11E-Cory Elliott[7]; 6. 76-Zane Lawrence[2]; 7. 93-Richard Kreisel[6]; 8. (DNF) 0Z-Katlynn Leer[1]; 9. (DNF) 7X-Jordan McPherson[8]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 83-Jonathan Halford[4]; 2. 11C-Chett Gehrke[3]; 3. 87F-Brian McClelland[8]; 4. 21-Ty Hulsey[7]; 5. 3-Tim Barber[2]; 6. D6-Dakota Gains[6]; 7. 9U-Doug McCune[5]; DNS 8X-Austin Shores; DNS 51-Dalton Seigler

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Restricted 'A' Class

Heat Races: Top 48 in Passing Points advance to Qualifiers with a four car inversion.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 12-Alex Panella; 2. 3-Ryann Kolkmeier; 3. 15-Jase Randolph; 4. 39K-Kaitlyn Hammer; 5. 14-Noah Key; 6. 4T-Trevor Goad; 7. 2-Alison Slaton; 8. (DNF) 28R-Gunner Ramey

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 19-Seth Ireland; 2. 11B-Kaylee Bryson; 3. 22S-Slater Helt; 4. 71-Weston Gorham; 5. 3J-Jessica Wehkamp; 6. (DNF) 07-Kort Morgan; 7. (DNF) 55B-Brandon Anderson; 8. (DNF) 8-Connor Kelley

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 28-Nathan Rolfe; 2. 777-Bailey Hughes; 3. 88-Kyle Offill; 4. 78-Tanner Conn; 5. 24-Benjamin Silliker; 6. (DNF) 97X-Westin Walker; 7. (DNF) 55-Tyler Liebig; 8. 2X-Deaven Bolton

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 23R-Dylan Resch; 2. 11H-Blake Hulland; 3. 24F-Hunter Fischer; 4. 7D-Dylan Ramey; 5. 53-Trey Thesenvitz; 6. 20W-Gabe Wilson; 7. 55A-Allison Berger; 8. (DNF) 2W-Josh Wakley

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 0J-Bradley Jameson; 2. 91-Sebastian Ferguson; 3. 95-Quinton Standlee; 4. 7M-MacKenzie Ramey; 5. 14J-Jadon Rogers; 6. 2S-Cooper Smith; 7. 6-Holden Anderson; 8. 20-Noah Harris

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 98P-Miles Paulus; 2. 97B-Bailey Stringer; 3. 25-Taylor Reimer; 4. 128-Tracey Hill; 5. 14H-Haley Hollan; 6. 7-Taylor Neilson; 7. 02-Cody Freeman; 8. (DNF) 32-Colton Hardy

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 89-Shane Watts; 2. 18-Mason McGuire; 3. 33W-Mickey Walker; 4. 3S-Grady Chandler; 5. 30-Michael Oldham; 6. 3A-Austin Gruenzer; 7. 00W-Cody Weaver; 8. 49-Trenton Jackson

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 8H-Matthew Howard; 2. 37H-Nicholas Howard; 3. 7T-Tristan Oakes; 4. 86-Tanner Johnson; 5. 56-Colton Horner; 6. 2C-Colby Stubblefield; 7. 15M-Marcedies Vogts; 8. 4-Corbin Kelley

Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 88K-Kelsey Gray; 2. 10-Blake Battles; 3. 98-Nathan Weida; 4. 72C-Kaylee Cole; 5. 44-Garrett Olson; 6. 2J-Jance Wehkamp; 7. 92-Sawyer Guidry

Heat 10 (8 Laps): 1. 3G-Garron Brimmer; 2. 1S-Joey Schmidt; 3. 77X-Alex Hill; 4. 99-Nathan Rainey; 5. 5W-Vance Weber; 6. 17Z-Zac Moody; 7. 21W-Brendon Wiseley

Heat 11 (8 Laps): 1. 60-Kent Miller Jr.; 2. 11E-Carly Elliott; 3. 21-Jesse Schlotfeldt; 4. 65-Taylor Garrison; 5. X-Kayeleb Bolton; 6. 281-Koby Walters; 7. 92B-Jack Berger

Qualifiers: Top 16 in combined Passing Points advance into Saturday’s “A” Featuree.

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 33W-Mickey Walker[1]; 2. 3G-Garron Brimmer[3]; 3. 60-Kent Miller Jr.[4]; 4. 95-Quinton Standlee[10]; 5. 39K-Kaitlyn Hammer[8]; 6. 0J-Bradley Jameson[7]; 7. X-Kayeleb Bolton[11]; 8. 89-Shane Watts[5]; 9. 15-Jase Randolph[6]; 10. 14H-Haley Hollan[12]; 11. 3-Ryann Kolkmeier[9]; 12. (DNF) 24F-Hunter Fischer[2]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 7T-Tristan Oakes[2]; 2. 8H-Matthew Howard[5]; 3. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[4]; 4. 22S-Slater Helt[6]; 5. 19-Seth Ireland[1]; 6. 97B-Bailey Stringer[7]; 7. 71-Weston Gorham[11]; 8. 78-Tanner Conn[8]; 9. 3J-Jessica Wehkamp[10]; 10. 56-Colton Horner[12]; 11. (DNF) 98P-Miles Paulus[3]; 12. (DNF) 11E-Carly Elliott[9]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 11H-Blake Hulland[2]; 2. 37H-Nicholas Howard[7]; 3. 28-Nathan Rolfe[1]; 4. 88K-Kelsey Gray[3]; 5. 86-Tanner Johnson[8]; 6. 7M-MacKenzie Ramey[11]; 7. 21-Jesse Schlotfeldt[9]; 8. 18-Mason McGuire[5]; 9. 128-Tracey Hill[12]; 10. (DNF) 98-Nathan Weida[6]; 11. (DNF) 14J-Jadon Rogers[10]; 12. (DNF) 777-Bailey Hughes[4]

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 12-Alex Panella[4]; 2. 25-Taylor Reimer[2]; 3. 10-Blake Battles[8]; 4. 1S-Joey Schmidt[5]; 5. 44-Garrett Olson[10]; 6. 91-Sebastian Ferguson[3]; 7. 88-Kyle Offill[7]; 8. 3S-Grady Chandler[9]; 9. 23R-Dylan Resch[1]; 10. 65-Taylor Garrison[12]; 11. 7D-Dylan Ramey[11]; 12. (DNF) 77X-Alex Hill[6]

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Winged Outlaws

Heat Races: Top 72 in passing points advance to Qualifiers with a four car inversion.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 22C-Curtis Jones; 2. 08K-Brad Best; 3. 79-Heath Duinkerken; 4. 36-Kris Carroll; 5. 99F-Shane Fletcher; 6. 60-Davey Hamilton Jr.; 7. 90-Jeffrey Wallace; 8. (DNF) 6-Blake Bennington

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 29S-Scott Sawyer; 2. 4V-Tyler Thomas; 3. 81-Frank Flud; 4. 91C-Cale Thomas; 5. 79T-Matt Taylor; 6. 44W-Ben Worth; 7. 97-Paige Howard; 8. (DNF) 23-Raelynne Moss

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 7J-Michael Faccinto; 2. 10J-Cory Eliason; 3. 23S-Sara Elrod; 4. 144-Alex Bright; 5. 56-Joe Faloon; 6. 5-Jimmy Harris; 7. (DNF) 10W-George White; DNS 22-Dalton Seigler

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 88-Ryan Worth; 2. 49-Joel Smith; 3. 15B-Quinton Benson; 4. 12C-Carlee Gress; 5. (DNF) 44M-Chris Martin; 6. (DNF) 17J-Jacob Johnston; 7. (DNF) 97B-Chris Breen; 8. (DNF) 16X-Danny Davidson

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 4X-Andrew Felker; 2. 11-Mitchell Faccinto; 3. 8G-Tyler Gordon; 4. 14K-Tim Koch; 5. 15U-Willie Urish; 6. 8V-Bryce Volpa; 7. 17-Harlan Hulsey; 8. 12S-Drew Salisbury

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 91K-Kevin Bayer; 2. 21-Ty Hulsey; 3. 22S-Shawn Murray; 4. 29D-Blake Dewberry; 5. 10J-Cory Eliason; 6. 08-Cory Grenzy; 7. 34X-Joey Baker; 8. (DNF) 33X-Justin Patocka

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 55X-Scott Mauldin; 2. 61-Kenny Koelsch; 3. 179-Landon Hurst; 4. 55C-Brandon Carey; 5. 7W-Trent Wilson; 6. 66-Edmund Bishop; 7. 12B-Daniel Bagley; 8. 77X-Alex Hill

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 029-Austin Stone; 2. 20M-Chris Miller; 3. 25J-Delaney Jost; 4. 1B-Brandon Buysse; 5. 96-Zachary Gigot; 6. 88N-Tyler Nelson; 7. 29-Ryan Timmons; 8. 72-Christopher Wright

Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 21X-Raio Morgan; 2. 1Z-Brock Zearfoss; 3. 08D-David McIntosh; 4. 94-Andrew Peters; 5. 57-Kyle Huttenhow; 6. 47X-Dylan Westbrook; 7. 67B-Bob Bourff; 8. 99J-Liam Haigh

Heat 10 (8 Laps): 1. 94C-Shawn Conde; 2. 82C-Christian Kinnison; 3. 321-Chad Winfrey; 4. 00X-Dane Lorene; 5. 41H-Colton Hardy; 6. 99-Alec Long; 7. 7F-Shane Fick; DNS C2-Kevin Vick

Heat 11 (8 Laps): 1. 21H-Terry Hinck; 2. 33-Tucker Worth; 3. 98-Sean Watts; 4. B12-Blake McDermott; 5. 18-Justin Fletcher; 6. 2-Drew Hillenburg; 7. (DNF) 4C-Cole McDaniel; 8. (DNF) 21C-Tom Calico

Heat 12 (8 Laps): 1. 9-Jared Peterson; 2. 10H-Jason Humphrey; 3. 2B-Nathan Benson; 4. 51-Roger Ritchey; 5. 102-Chris Berreth; 6. 73-Jake Mosley; 7. (DNF) 551-Tyler Courtney; 8. (DNF) 15J-Jake Galusha

Heat 13 (8 Laps): 1. 10K-Kelvin Lewis; 2. 3B-Shelby Bosie; 3. 5X-Tyson Hall; 4. 31-Dylan Kadous; 5. 14T-Tyler Walton; 6. 007-Shane Sundquist; 7. 5D-Darren Wisley; 8. 77M-Aaron Miller

Heat 14 (8 Laps): 1. 7B-Austin Brown; 2. 20-Brock Landers; 3. 15-Jeff Frey; 4. 12-Jarrett Soares; 5. 91A-Alec Frisell; 6. 87M-Justin McCoy; 7. 1AV-Ryan Robinson; 8. 13-John Kahl

Heat 15 (8 Laps): 1. 79M-Dahne Lynn McKay; 2. 79J-Jacob Patton; 3. 87-Liam Ryan; 4. 71-Dustin OBrien; 5. 92R-Jake Rosario; 6. 5B-Zach Boder; 7. 7H-Lindsey Howard; 8. (DNF) 15D-Andrew Deal

Heat 16 (8 Laps): 1. 08W-Harli White; 2. 21B-Wes McIntyre; 3. 13H-Brad Hannum; 4. 12K-Kyle Amerson; 5. 29C-Connor Borah; 6. 23A-Hannah Adair; 7. 27-Nathan Brookshier; 8. (DNF) 93-Raleigh Shepherd

Heat 17 (8 Laps): 1. 118-Scott Evans; 2. 14-Jake Hagopian; 3. 73X-Jason McDougal; 4. 39S-Kevin Swindell; 5. 00-Grady Chandler; 6. 188-Brett Adams; 7. 1-Johnny B.; 8. (DNF) 21P-Dalton Parson

Heat 18 (8 Laps): 1. 41-Giovanni Scelzi; 2. 35B-Dwayne Benson; 3. 52J-Justin Peck; 4. 14H-Harley Hollan; 5. 88G-BJ Gatewood; 6. 27K-Kyle Keeler; 7. 9S-Nick Schaeffer

Heat 19 (8 Laps): 1. 8-Chris Andrews; 2. 44A-Ayrton Gennetten; 3. 7-John Bordenave; 4. 27T-Tucker Klaasmeyer; 5. 82X-Chris Silva; 6. (DNF) 39-Russ Disinger; 7. (DNF) 66R-Jason Rogers

*Qualifiers: Top 16 in combined Passing Points from Heats and Qualifiers advance to Saturday’s “A” Feature. *

82X-Chris Silva; 6. (DNF) 39-Russ Disinger; 7. (DNF) 66R-Jason Rogers

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 94C-Shawn Conde[5]; 2. 9-Jared Peterson[4]; 3. 81-Frank Flud[2]; 4. 21X-Raio Morgan[6]; 5. 91K-Kevin Bayer[1]; 6. 20-Brock Landers[7]; 7. 102-Chris Berreth[11]; 8. 23S-Sara Elrod[12]; 9. B12-Blake McDermott[8]; 10. 08W-Harli White[3]; 11. (DNF) 10H-Jason Humphrey[9]; 12. (DNF) 00X-Dane Lorene[10]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 41-Giovanni Scelzi[1]; 2. 15B-Quinton Benson[2]; 3. 8-Chris Andrews[3]; 4. 21B-Wes McIntyre[4]; 5. 20M-Chris Miller[5]; 6. 44A-Ayrton Gennetten[7]; 7. 21H-Terry Hinck[6]; 8. 92R-Jake Rosario[11]; 9. 3B-Shelby Bosie[9]; 10. 51-Roger Ritchey[10]; 11. 88G-BJ Gatewood[8]; 12. 22S-Shawn Murray[12]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 4V-Tyler Thomas[3]; 2. 14-Jake Hagopian[4]; 3. 49-Joel Smith[1]; 4. 5X-Tyson Hall[2]; 5. 13H-Brad Hannum[5]; 6. 11-Mitchell Faccinto[8]; 7. 79J-Jacob Patton[9]; 8. 8G-Tyler Gordon[7]; 9. 7B-Austin Brown[6]; 10. 15-Jeff Frey[12]; 11. 29C-Connor Borah[11]; DNS 31-Dylan Kadous

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 10J-Cory Eliason[3]; 2. 1Z-Brock Zearfoss[1]; 3. 22C-Curtis Jones[5]; 4. 29S-Scott Sawyer[4]; 5. 33-Tucker Worth[8]; 6. 08D-David McIntosh[9]; 7. 73X-Jason McDougal[2]; 8. 118-Scott Evans[6]; 9. 25J-Delaney Jost[7]; 10. 39S-Kevin Swindell[10]; 11. 321-Chad Winfrey[11]; 12. 36-Kris Carroll[12]

Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 179-Landon Hurst[1]; 2. 4X-Andrew Felker[5]; 3. 7J-Michael Faccinto[2]; 4. 21-Ty Hulsey[8]; 5. 98-Sean Watts[11]; 6. 35B-Dwayne Benson[3]; 7. 2B-Nathan Benson[9]; 8. 52J-Justin Peck[7]; 9. 27T-Tucker Klaasmeyer[10]; 10. 10K-Kelvin Lewis[4]; 11. 71-Dustin OBrien[12]; 12. (DNF) 08K-Brad Best[6]

Qualifier 6 (10 Laps): 1. 79-Heath Duinkerken[3]; 2. 029-Austin Stone[1]; 3. 79M-Dahne Lynn McKay[4]; 4. 88-Ryan Worth[2]; 5. 29D-Blake Dewberry[7]; 6. 61-Kenny Koelsch[6]; 7. 7W-Trent Wilson[10]; 8. 55X-Scott Mauldin[5]; 9. 82C-Christian Kinnison[8]; 10. 7-John Bordenave[12]; 11. (DNF) 87-Liam Ryan[11]; 12. (DNF) 94-Andrew Peters[9]

”C” Features: Top 4 advance to corresponding “B” Feature.

C Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 15J-Jake Galusha[5]; 2. 16X-Danny Davidson[7]; 3. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[1]; 4. 27K-Kyle Keeler[3]; 5. 7H-Lindsey Howard[4]; 6. 33X-Justin Patocka[8]; 7. 27-Nathan Brookshier[6]; 8. 77M-Aaron Miller[9]; DNS C2-Kevin Vick; DNS 90-Jeffrey Wallace

C Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 97B-Chris Breen[2]; 2. 17-Harlan Hulsey[3]; 3. 12S-Drew Salisbury[5]; 4. 188-Brett Adams[1]; 5. 7F-Shane Fick[4]; 6. 93-Raleigh Shepherd[9]; 7. 77X-Alex Hill[8]; 8. (DNF) 72-Christopher Wright[7]; DNS 22-Dalton Seigler; DNS 99J-Liam Haigh

C Feature 3 (10 Laps): 1. 66R-Jason Rogers[2]; 2. 5B-Zach Boder[1]; 3. 15D-Andrew Deal[6]; 4. 1-Johnny B.[4]; 5. 23-Raelynne Moss[7]; 6. 21C-Tom Calico[8]; 7. 97-Paige Howard[5]; 8. (DNF) 12B-Daniel Bagley[3]; 9. (DNF) 6-Blake Bennington[9]

C Feature 4 (10 Laps): 1. 39-Russ Disinger[1]; 2. 551-Tyler Courtney[9]; 3. 9S-Nick Schaeffer[4]; 4. 10W-George White[6]; 5. 13-John Kahl[7]; 6. 5D-Darren Wisley[5]; 7. (DNF) 21P-Dalton Parson[8]; 8. (DNF) 17J-Jacob Johnston[2]; 9. (DNF) 4C-Cole McDaniel[3]

 

 

Variety of winners round out Thursday at the Tulsa Shootout

TULSA, Okla. (January 2, 2014) - The second day of competition in the 29th Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout brought Heat Races to a close. Adding to the 45 contested the previous night in Non-Wing Outlaw and “A” Class, an additional 71 Heats in “A” Class Non-Wing, 1,200cc Mini Sprints, Junior Sprints, Restricted “A” Class, ECOtec Midgets, and Winged Outlaw ran through the River Spirit Expo Center for a total of 116 Heats in eight divisions.

Outlaw Non-Wing and “A” Class returned to the Tulsa Expo Raceway following Heat Races for Qualifiers along with the 1,200cc Mini Sprints, bringing the total races run on the day to 88. Overall, 133 events of the scheduled 234 have been completed.

After Thursday night, official count on entries stands at 921 among 513 drivers from 24 United States and three Canadian Provinces making the trip to the Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout.

In the 133 races completed, 103 drivers have earned at least one Heat Race or Qualifier victory. With drivers competing in several disciplines across the Shootout, a pair of California shoes hold the most individual wins as Austin Stone and Giovanni Scelzi have each earned four victories.

A total of 22 drivers have two-or-more wins so far.

The closes margin of victory in the 2014 Shootout came in fourth Heat Race of the Restricted “A” Class when Dylan Resch edged out Blake Hulland by 0.008 seconds.

Junior Sprints saw the biggest comeback victory of the weekend. Pole-sitter Noah Gass of Mounds, Okla. fell to fifth on the start of the opening Heat Race; taking the win in the final 100 feet over California’s Cooper Worth.

Outlaw saw the fastest lap time of the Shootout thus far at 10.820 seconds around the quarter-mile Tulsa Expo Raceway.

Friday, January 3 will begin at 9:00 A.M. with “C” Features for “A” Class, Non-Wing Outlaw, “A” Class Non-Wing, and Outlaw accounting for the first 22 events of the day.

Remaining Qualifiers, totaling 24, for “A” Classs Non-Wing, Junior Sprints, Outlaw, Restricted “A” Class, and ECOtec Midgets will be contested along with the first two rounds of “B” Features for Non-Wing Outlaw and “A” Class Non-Wing, accounting for 15 races.

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The numbers so far

Qualifiers: 17 Heat Races: 116 Races Completed: 133 Drivers Total: 513 Entry Total: 921 Green Flag Laps: 1,098

Heat Win Count by State / Province: Oklahoma 42, California 30, Indiana 12, Texas 9, Missouri 7, Kansas 4, Washington 3, Illinois 2, British Columbia 2, Pennsylvania 1, New Mexico 1, Arkansas 1, Iowa 1, Tennessee 1

Qualifier Win Count by State / Province: Oklahoma 5, California 2, Indiana 2, Colorado 2, Missouri 1, Florida 1, Washington 1, Pennsylvania 1, Kansas 1, British Columbia 1

Driver Win Totals: Giovanni Scelzi 4, Austin Stone 4, Kevin Bayer 3, Michael Faccinto 3, Chris Andrews 3, Blake Hahn 2, Chris Cochran 2, Jared Peterson 2, Jason McDougal 2, Jason Rogers 2, Jesse Holt 2 Karley Kay Dobson 2, Mathew Howard 2, Scott Sawyer 2, Shane Conde 2, Steve Shebester 2, Jeffrey Newell 2, Jarrod Wilson 2, Liam Ryan 2, Nathan Benson 2, Tyler Walton 2, Jordan Herman 2

*Drivers earning a single victory:*Aaron Farney, Adam Miller, Alex Panella, Alex Sewell, Andrew Felker, Austin Brown, Ben Worth, Blake Bennington, Blake Edwards, Bradley Jameson, Brandon Henson, Brian Lunsford, Bryce Volpa, Cannon McIntosh, Chris Miller, Coby Estes, Cole Lambert, Curtis Jones, D.J. Estes, Dahne Lynn McKay, Dustin Davidson, Dylan Resch, Earl McDoulett, Jr., Frank Flud, Garron Brimmer, Garth Kasiner, Harli White, Jacob Johnston, Jadon Rogers, Jake Nail, Jarrett Crouch, Jason Scheulen, Jason Tyer, Jeremy Wickham, Joe Leek, Joel Smith, Jonathan Halford, Jonathan Roan, Kelsey Gray, Kelvin Lewis, Kent Miller, Jr., Kevin Ramey, Kevin Swindell, Korey Weyant, Layne Himebaugh, Logan Scherb, McKenna Haase, Miles Paulus, Nate McMillin, Nathan Rolfe, Nick Rasa, Nikko Panella, Noah Gass, Raio Morgan, Ryan Robinson, Ryan Timmons, Ryan Worth, Scott Evans, Scott Mauldin, Sean Jones, Seth Ireland, Shane Watts, Shawn Wicker, Terry Hinck, Trey Marcham, Tristan Guardino Tyson Cross, Wes McIntyre, Dylan Kadous, Blake Dacus, Megan Wood, Ryan Partin, Jared Gunderson, T.J. Worchester, Ryan Oerter

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Combined Results: Wednesday, January 1 / Thursday, January 2

Winged Outlaws

Heat Races: Top 72 in passing points advance to Qualifiers with a four car inversion.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 22C-Curtis Jones; 2. 08K-Brad Best; 3. 79-Heath Duinkerken; 4. 36-Kris Carroll; 5. 99F-Shane Fletcher; 6. 60-Davey Hamilton Jr.; 7. 90-Jeffrey Wallace; 8. (DNF) 6-Blake Bennington

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 29S-Scott Sawyer; 2. 4V-Tyler Thomas; 3. 81-Frank Flud; 4. 91C-Cale Thomas; 5. 79T-Matt Taylor; 6. 44W-Ben Worth; 7. 97-Paige Howard; 8. (DNF) 23-Raelynne Moss

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 7J-Michael Faccinto; 2. 10J-Cory Eliason; 3. 23S-Sara Elrod; 4. 144-Alex Bright; 5. 56-Joe Faloon; 6. 5-Jimmy Harris; 7. (DNF) 10W-George White; DNS 22-Dalton Seigler

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 88-Ryan Worth; 2. 49-Joel Smith; 3. 15B-Quinton Benson; 4. 12C-Carlee Gress; 5. (DNF) 44M-Chris Martin; 6. (DNF) 17J-Jacob Johnston; 7. (DNF) 97B-Chris Breen; 8. (DNF) 16X-Danny Davidson

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 4X-Andrew Felker; 2. 11-Mitchell Faccinto; 3. 8G-Tyler Gordon; 4. 14K-Tim Koch; 5. 15U-Willie Urish; 6. 8V-Bryce Volpa; 7. 17-Harlan Hulsey; 8. 12S-Drew Salisbury

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 91K-Kevin Bayer; 2. 21-Ty Hulsey; 3. 22S-Shawn Murray; 4. 29D-Blake Dewberry; 5. 10J-Cory Eliason; 6. 08-Cory Grenzy; 7. 34X-Joey Baker; 8. (DNF) 33X-Justin Patocka

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 55X-Scott Mauldin; 2. 61-Kenny Koelsch; 3. 179-Landon Hurst; 4. 55C-Brandon Carey; 5. 7W-Trent Wilson; 6. 66-Edmund Bishop; 7. 12B-Daniel Bagley; 8. 77X-Alex Hill

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 029-Austin Stone; 2. 20M-Chris Miller; 3. 25J-Delaney Jost; 4. 1B-Brandon Buysse; 5. 96-Zachary Gigot; 6. 88N-Tyler Nelson; 7. 29-Ryan Timmons; 8. 72-Christopher Wright

Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 21X-Raio Morgan; 2. 1Z-Brock Zearfoss; 3. 08D-David McIntosh; 4. 94-Andrew Peters; 5. 57-Kyle Huttenhow; 6. 47X-Dylan Westbrook; 7. 67B-Bob Bourff; 8. 99J-Liam Haigh

Heat 10 (8 Laps): 1. 94C-Shawn Conde; 2. 82C-Christian Kinnison; 3. 321-Chad Winfrey; 4. 00X-Dane Lorene; 5. 41H-Colton Hardy; 6. 99-Alec Long; 7. 7F-Shane Fick; DNS C2-Kevin Vick

Heat 11 (8 Laps): 1. 21H-Terry Hinck; 2. 33-Tucker Worth; 3. 98-Sean Watts; 4. B12-Blake McDermott; 5. 18-Justin Fletcher; 6. 2-Drew Hillenburg; 7. (DNF) 4C-Cole McDaniel; 8. (DNF) 21C-Tom Calico

Heat 12 (8 Laps): 1. 9-Jared Peterson; 2. 10H-Jason Humphrey; 3. 2B-Nathan Benson; 4. 51-Roger Ritchey; 5. 102-Chris Berreth; 6. 73-Jake Mosley; 7. (DNF) 551-Tyler Courtney; 8. (DNF) 15J-Jake Galusha

Heat 13 (8 Laps): 1. 10K-Kelvin Lewis; 2. 3B-Shelby Bosie; 3. 5X-Tyson Hall; 4. 31-Dylan Kadous; 5. 14T-Tyler Walton; 6. 007-Shane Sundquist; 7. 5D-Darren Wisley; 8. 77M-Aaron Miller

Heat 14 (8 Laps): 1. 7B-Austin Brown; 2. 20-Brock Landers; 3. 15-Jeff Frey; 4. 12-Jarrett Soares; 5. 91A-Alec Frisell; 6. 87M-Justin McCoy; 7. 1AV-Ryan Robinson; 8. 13-John Kahl

Heat 15 (8 Laps): 1. 79M-Dahne Lynn McKay; 2. 79J-Jacob Patton; 3. 87-Liam Ryan; 4. 71-Dustin OBrien; 5. 92R-Jake Rosario; 6. 5B-Zach Boder; 7. 7H-Lindsey Howard; 8. (DNF) 15D-Andrew Deal

Heat 16 (8 Laps): 1. 08W-Harli White; 2. 21B-Wes McIntyre; 3. 13H-Brad Hannum; 4. 12K-Kyle Amerson; 5. 29C-Connor Borah; 6. 23A-Hannah Adair; 7. 27-Nathan Brookshier; 8. (DNF) 93-Raleigh Shepherd

Heat 17 (8 Laps): 1. 118-Scott Evans; 2. 14-Jake Hagopian; 3. 73X-Jason McDougal; 4. 39S-Kevin Swindell; 5. 00-Grady Chandler; 6. 188-Brett Adams; 7. 1-Johnny B.; 8. (DNF) 21P-Dalton Parson

Heat 18 (8 Laps): 1. 41-Giovanni Scelzi; 2. 35B-Dwayne Benson; 3. 52J-Justin Peck; 4. 14H-Harley Hollan; 5. 88G-BJ Gatewood; 6. 27K-Kyle Keeler; 7. 9S-Nick Schaeffer

Heat 19 (8 Laps): 1. 8-Chris Andrews; 2. 44A-Ayrton Gennetten; 3. 7-John Bordenave; 4. 27T-Tucker Klaasmeyer; 5. 82X-Chris Silva; 6. (DNF) 39-Russ Disinger; 7. (DNF) 66R-Jason Rogers

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Non-Winged Outlaws

Heat Races: Top 72 in passing points advance to Qualifiers with a four car inversion.

Heat 1: 1. 7M-Kevin Ramey; 2. 21-Ty Hulsey; 3. 25-Anton Hernandez; 4. 8-Dustin Bottoms; 5. 91X-Cale Thomas; 6. 88G-BJ Gatewood; 7. 18-Justin Fletcher; 8. 87-Liam Ryan

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 39-Russ Disinger; 2. 67B-Bob Bourff; 3. 0J-Bradley Jameson; 4. 14K-Tim Koch; 5. 91C-Shawn Conde; 6. 14H-Harley Hollan; 7. 97B-Chris Breen; 8. 17K-Jacob Knipmeyer

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 29-Ryan Timmons; 2. 911-Ryan Kline; 3. 14-T.J. Smith; 4. 98M-Derrick McBride; 5. 88N-Tyler Nelson; 6. 91A-Alec Frisell; 7. 28-Gordon Goyer; 8. 4C-Cole McDaniel

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr; 2. 8J-Josh Marcham; 3. 7-Cord Dodson; 4. 65-Tyler Russel; 5. 04-Kyle Jones; 6. 12S-Drew Salisbury; 7. 54B-Jake Beasley; 8. C2-Kevin Vick

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 7S-Jason Scheulen; 2. 31-Dylan Kadous; 3. 74-Mike Martin; 4. 15B-Quinton Benson; 5. 29C-Connor Borah; 6. 4-Jared Fell; 7. 22X-Jonathan Roan; 8. 11H-Garett Hood

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 512-Blake Hahn; 2. 16-Billy Cribbs; 3. 92R-Jake Rosario; 4. 93-Raleigh Shepherd; 5. 94L-Layne Himebaugh; 6. 9S-Nick Schaeffer; 7. 1G-Garett Hake; 8. 22-Dalton Seigler

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 91K-Kevin Bayer; 2. 82-Steven Shebester; 3. 5X-Tyson Hall; 4. 71X-Colby Estes; 5. 1B-Brandon Buysse; 6. 99F-Shane Fletcher; 7. 27-Nathan Brookshier; 8. (DNF) 33-Tucker Worth

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 7C-Chris Cochran; 2. 15X-Keith Martin; 3. 27J-Sean Jones; 4. 77M-Aaron Miller; 5. 121-Austin Kromberg; 6. 188-Chad Wheeler; 7. 18K-Steve Finn; 8. 99J-Liam Haigh

Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 24-Nate McMillin; 2. 00K-Justin McCoy; 3. 2-Ronnie James; 4. 51-Roger Ritchey; 5. 41H-Colton Hardy; 6. 61-Kenny Koelsch; 7. 9KX-Kieran Casillas; 8. (DNF) 91-Cole Lambert

Heat 10 (8 Laps): 1. 22H-Jessee Holt; 2. 41-Giovanni Scelzi; 3. 8H-Tristan Guardino; 4. 00W-Travis Weaver; 5. 17J-Jacob Johnston; 6. (DNF) 22C-Curtis Jones; 7. (DNF) 25W-Tommy White; 8. (DNF) 90-Jeffrey Wallace

Heat 11 (8 Laps): 1. 89-Jarrett Crouch; 2. 79X-D.J. Estes; 3. 4V-Tyler Thomas; 4. 11E-Cory Elliott; 5. 79J-Jacob Patton; 6. 44-Garrett Olson; 7. 28X-Todd McWilliams; 8. 10E-Matt Ebarb

Heat 12 (8 Laps): 1. 17L-Joe Leek; 2. 20W-Shawn Wicker; 3. 98-Sean Watts; 4. 47-Austin Helt; 5. 10W-George White; 6. 15-Morgan Roan; 7. 6-Blake Bennington; DNS 38-Jimmy Wood

Heat 13 (8 Laps): 1. 21B-Wes McIntyre; 2. 25K-Courtney Barth; 3. 44V-Matt Veatch; 4. 93K-Riley Kreisel; 5. 10J-Cory Eliason; 6. 69N-Logan Scherb; 7. 82C-Christian Kinnison; DNS 71-Dustin OBrien

Heat 14 (8 Laps): 1. 44W-Ben Worth; 2. 22S-Shawn Murray; 3. 28V-Luke Verardi; 4. 6E-Bobby Eubanks; 5. 92-Jordan Herman; 6. 171-Tony Ogden; 7. 14T-Tim Ottenbacher; 8. (DNF) 33Z-Ezekiel Lewis

Heat 15 (8 Laps): 1. 551-Tyler Courtney; 2. 17-Harlan Hulsey; 3. 11J-Joey Starnes; 4. P51-Aaron Dromgoole; 5. 52J-Justin Peck; 6. 8G-Devin Gerrior; 7. 49-Joel Smith; 8. 37-Brad Nichols

Heat 16 (8 Laps): 1. 17E-Blake Edwards; 2. 29D-Blake Dewberry; 3. 00X-Dane Lorene; 4. 12-Chris Crawford; 5. 34X-Joey Baker; 6. 11T-Payton Pierce; 7. (DNF) 39S-Kevin Swindell; 8. (DNF) 1F-Cole Ketcham

Heat 17 (8 Laps): 1. 66R-Jason Rogers; 2. 36-Jonathan Beason; 3. 007-Shane Sundquist; 4. 79-Tim Kent; 5. 4X-Andrew Felker; 6. 99R-Andy Baugh; 7. 8M-Eddie Moss; 8. 9-Jared Peterson

Heat 18 (8 Laps): 1. 20M-Chris Miller; 2. 17B-Jack Gilbert; 3. 01J-Jeb Sessums; 4. 5H-Cameron Hagin; 5. 2D-Dustin Davidson; 6. (DNF) 7F-Shane Fick; 7. (DNF) 7J-John Bordenave; DNS 5-Darren Wisley

Heat 19 (8 Laps): 1. 10C-Jerrod Wilson; 2. 40S-Parker Price-Miller; 3. 35B-Dwayne Benson; 4. 57B-Cole Bodine; 5. 10-Brian Parker; 6. 44A-Ayrton Gennetten; 7. 32-Trey Marcham; 8. 25J-Delaney Jost

Heat 20 (8 Laps): 1. 40-Michael Faccinto; 2. 80-Alex Sewell; 3. 58-Collin Traylor; 4. 21K-Adam Barth; 5. 5B-Thad Bennett; 6. 93L-Trey Lambert; 7. 8-Dustin Bottoms; 8. (DNF) 7B-Austin Brown

Heat 21 (8 Laps): 1. 8V-Bryce Volpa; 2. 9E-Kinzer Edwards; 3. 27K-Kyle Keeler; 4. L23-Jordon Lambert; 5. (DNF) 32-Trey Marcham; 6. (DNF) 11M-Justin Melton; 7. 55C-Brandon Carey

Heat 22 (8 Laps): 1. 128-Karley Kay Dobson; 2. 73X-Jason McDougal; 3. 44M-Chris Martin; 4. 71M-Roy Maxwell; 5. 7K-Jack Kirby; 6. 10H-Jason Humphrey; 7. (DNF) 3-Justin Elswick

Heat 23 (8 Laps): 1. 77-Chris Andrews; 2. 15D-Andrew Deal; 3. 144-Alex Bright; 4. 87K-Kelvin Lewis; 5. 77H-J.J. Haley; 6. 029-Austin Stone; 7. (DNF) 12K-Kyle Amerson

Heat 24 (8 Laps): 1. 1-Jeffrey Newell; 2. 57-Kyle Huttenhow; 3. 00-Grady Chandler; 4. 70-Charles Valenzuela; 5. 97-Paige Howard; 6. (DNF) 04P-Chase Cabre; 7. (DNF) 7W-Trent Wilson

Qualifiers: Top 16 in combined Passing Points from Heats and Qualifiers advance to Saturday’s “A” Feature.

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 4V-Tyler Thomas[2]; 2. 73X-Jason McDougal[3]; 3. 89-Jarrett Crouch[7]; 4. 17B-Jack Gilbert[5]; 5. 79-Tim Kent[8]; 6. 7C-Chris Cochran[1]; 7. 00K-Justin McCoy[9]; 8. 00-Grady Chandler[6]; 9. 27K-Kyle Keeler[10]; 10. 67B-Bob Bourff[11]; 11. 57-Kyle Huttenhow[12]; 12. (DNF) 17E-Blake Edwards[4]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 77-Chris Andrews[2]; 2. 512-Blake Hahn[3]; 3. 24-Nate McMillin[4]; 4. 7M-Kevin Ramey[6]; 5. 40S-Parker Price-Miller[5]; 6. 8J-Josh Marcham[11]; 7. 22H-Jessee Holt[1]; 8. 57B-Cole Bodine[8]; 9. 0J-Bradley Jameson[12]; 10. 29D-Blake Dewberry[9]; 11. 44W-Ben Worth[7]; 12. (DNF) 98M-Derrick McBride[10]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 1-Jeffrey Newell[2]; 2. 21B-Wes McIntyre[4]; 3. 66R-Jason Rogers[7]; 4. 17L-Joe Leek[1]; 5. 39-Russ Disinger[6]; 6. 80-Alex Sewell[5]; 7. 14-T.J. Smith[9]; 8. 21-Ty Hulsey[8]; 9. 79X-D.J. Estes[11]; 10. 8V-Bryce Volpa[3]; 11. 47-Austin Helt[10]; 12. 7-Cord Dodson[12]

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 551-Tyler Courtney[1]; 2. 82-Steven Shebester[3]; 3. 20W-Shawn Wicker[2]; 4. 40-Michael Faccinto[4]; 5. 20M-Chris Miller[7]; 6. 911-Ryan Kline[8]; 7. 27J-Sean Jones[12]; 8. 74-Mike Martin[9]; 9. 25K-Courtney Barth[11]; 10. 29-Ryan Timmons[6]; 11. (DNF) 25-Anton Hernandez[5]; 12. (DNF) P51-Aaron Dromgoole[10]

Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 10C-Jerrod Wilson[1]; 2. 36-Jonathan Beason[11]; 3. 17-Harlan Hulsey[2]; 4. 15X-Keith Martin[3]; 5. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[6]; 6. 8H-Tristan Guardino[9]; 7. 93-Raleigh Shepherd[7]; 8. 31-Dylan Kadous[8]; 9. 5H-Cameron Hagin[10]; 10. 22S-Shawn Murray[4]; 11. (DNF) 2-Ronnie James[12]; 12. (DNF) 92R-Jake Rosario[5]

Qualifier 6 (10 Laps): 1. 41-Giovanni Scelzi[3]; 2. 9E-Kinzer Edwards[4]; 3. 91K-Kevin Bayer[2]; 4. 128-Karley Kay Dobson[1]; 5. 16-Billy Cribbs[8]; 6. 35B-Dwayne Benson[9]; 7. 15D-Andrew Deal[11]; 8. 00W-Travis Weaver[7]; 9. 7S-Jason Scheulen[6]; 10. 70-Charles Valenzuela[10]; 11. (DNF) 144-Alex Bright[5]; 12. (DNF) 15B-Quinton Benson[12]

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ECOtec Midgets

Heat Races: Passing Point totals determine Qualifier line-up with a four car inversion

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 83-Jonathan Halford; 2. 76-Zane Lawrence; 3. 0Z-Katlynn Leer; 4. 11C-Chett Gehrke; 5. D6-Dakota Gains; 6. 93-Richard Kreisel; 7. 21-Ty Hulsey; 8. 7X-Jordan McPherson; 9. 22-John Heydenreich

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 3S-Jared Peterson; 2. 91-Chase Goetz; 3. 52-Blake Hahn; 4. 51-Dalton Seigler; 5. 3-Tim Barber; 6. 9U-Doug McCune; 7. 11E-Cory Elliott; 8. (DNF) 87F-Brian McClelland; 9. (DNF) 8X-Austin Shores

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1,200cc Non-Winged Mini Sprints

Passing Point totals determine Qualifier line-up with a four car inversion

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 15F-Aaron Farney; 2. 14-Ryan Partin; 3. 22-Erik Drake; 4. 28H-Rod Henning; 5. 5-Jacob Sollenberger; 6. 00-Billy Brickley; 7. 23Z-Zach Raidart; 8. (DNF) 15-Merril Lamb

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 09-Tyson Cross; 2. 33-TJ Worcester; 3. 71-Auston Pribbenow; 4. 15H-Tony Hudlin; 5. (DNF) 30-Scott Heikes; 6. (DNF) 7-Dick Williams; 7. (DNF) 51R-Gedd Ross; 8. 44-Alex Bright

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 1-Tyler Walton; 2. 4-Jeffrey Dyer; 3. 35-Jimmy Wood; 4. 53-Megan Wood; 5. 2-Austin Archdale; 6. 48M-Rick Murko; 7. 51-Brent Burrows; 8. 27-Matt White

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 7X-Korey Weyant; 2. 6-Jared Gundersen; 3. 14H-Cordy Horn; 4. 54-Brett Wilson; 5. 18C-Chase Sigg; 6. (DNF) 11-Dwayne Mackey; 7. (DNF) 27T-Tucker Klaasmeyer

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 87-Liam Ryan; 2. 6B-Andy Baugh; 3. 133-Ryan Oerter; 4. 26-Clayton Gains; 5. 3-Rick Marchbank; 6. 11C-Glen Waterland; 7. (DNF) 13-Luke McGee

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 14-Ryan Partin[2]; 2. 7X-Korey Weyant[4]; 3. 87-Liam Ryan[3]; 4. 13-Luke McGee[8]; 5. 51-Brent Burrows[7]; 6. 14H-Cordy Horn[1]; 7. 11C-Glen Waterland[6]; 8. 5-Jacob Sollenberger[5]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 6-Jared Gundersen[2]; 2. 6B-Andy Baugh[4]; 3. 22-Erik Drake[3]; 4. 30-Scott Heikes[5]; 5. (DNF) 27-Matt White[8]; 6. (DNF) 28H-Rod Henning[1]; DNS 27T-Tucker Klaasmeyer; 8. 18C-Chase Sigg[7]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 33-TJ Worcester[4]; 2. 53-Megan Wood[1]; 3. 00-Billy Brickley[6]; 4. 2-Austin Archdale[5]; 5. 15-Merril Lamb[8]; 6. 4-Jeffrey Dyer[2]; 7. 7-Dick Williams[7]; 8. (DNF) 35-Jimmy Wood[3]

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 1-Tyler Walton[4]; 2. 15F-Aaron Farney[3]; 3. 48M-Rick Murko[6]; 4. 23Z-Zach Raidart[7]; 5. 26-Clayton Gains[1]; 6. 54-Brett Wilson[2]; 7. (DNF) 3-Rick Marchbank[5]

Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 133-Ryan Oerter[1]; 2. 15H-Tony Hudlin[3]; 3. 11-Dwayne Mackey[5]; 4. 09-Tyson Cross[4]; 5. 71-Auston Pribbenow[2]; 6. (DNF) 51R-Gedd Ross[6]; 7. (DNF) 44-Alex Bright[7]

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Restricted 'A' Class

Heat Races: Top 48 in Passing Points advance to Qualifiers with a four car inversion.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 12-Alex Panella; 2. 3-Ryann Kolkmeier; 3. 15-Jase Randolph; 4. 39K-Kaitlyn Hammer; 5. 14-Noah Key; 6. 4T-Trevor Goad; 7. 2-Alison Slaton; 8. (DNF) 28R-Gunner Ramey

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 19-Seth Ireland; 2. 11B-Kaylee Bryson; 3. 22S-Slater Helt; 4. 71-Weston Gorham; 5. 3J-Jessica Wehkamp; 6. (DNF) 07-Kort Morgan; 7. (DNF) 55B-Brandon Anderson; 8. (DNF) 8-Connor Kelley

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 28-Nathan Rolfe; 2. 777-Bailey Hughes; 3. 88-Kyle Offill; 4. 78-Tanner Conn; 5. 24-Benjamin Silliker; 6. (DNF) 97X-Westin Walker; 7. (DNF) 55-Tyler Liebig; 8. 2X-Deaven Bolton

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 23R-Dylan Resch; 2. 11H-Blake Hulland; 3. 24F-Hunter Fischer; 4. 7D-Dylan Ramey; 5. 53-Trey Thesenvitz; 6. 20W-Gabe Wilson; 7. 55A-Allison Berger; 8. (DNF) 2W-Josh Wakley

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 0J-Bradley Jameson; 2. 91-Sebastian Ferguson; 3. 95-Quinton Standlee; 4. 7M-MacKenzie Ramey; 5. 14J-Jadon Rogers; 6. 2S-Cooper Smith; 7. 6-Holden Anderson; 8. 20-Noah Harris

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 98P-Miles Paulus; 2. 97B-Bailey Stringer; 3. 25-Taylor Reimer; 4. 128-Tracey Hill; 5. 14H-Haley Hollan; 6. 7-Taylor Neilson; 7. 02-Cody Freeman; 8. (DNF) 32-Colton Hardy

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 89-Shane Watts; 2. 18-Mason McGuire; 3. 33W-Mickey Walker; 4. 3S-Grady Chandler; 5. 30-Michael Oldham; 6. 3A-Austin Gruenzer; 7. 00W-Cody Weaver; 8. 49-Trenton Jackson

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 8H-Matthew Howard; 2. 37H-Nicholas Howard; 3. 7T-Tristan Oakes; 4. 86-Tanner Johnson; 5. 56-Colton Horner; 6. 2C-Colby Stubblefield; 7. 15M-Marcedies Vogts; 8. 4-Corbin Kelley

Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 88K-Kelsey Gray; 2. 10-Blake Battles; 3. 98-Nathan Weida; 4. 72C-Kaylee Cole; 5. 44-Garrett Olson; 6. 2J-Jance Wehkamp; 7. 92-Sawyer Guidry

Heat 10 (8 Laps): 1. 3G-Garron Brimmer; 2. 1S-Joey Schmidt; 3. 77X-Alex Hill; 4. 99-Nathan Rainey; 5. 5W-Vance Weber; 6. 17Z-Zac Moody; 7. 21W-Brendon Wiseley

Heat 11 (8 Laps): 1. 60-Kent Miller Jr.; 2. 11E-Carly Elliott; 3. 21-Jesse Schlotfeldt; 4. 65-Taylor Garrison; 5. X-Kayeleb Bolton; 6. 281-Koby Walters; 7. 92B-Jack Berger

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'A' Class Winged

Heat Races: Top 72 in passing points advance to Qualifiers with a four car inversion.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 81T-Matthew Howard; 2. 7S-Raio Morgan; 3. 36C-Craig Carroll; 4. 8X-Austin Shores; 5. 54S-Will Scribner; 6. 57G-Larry Martinez; 7. 72-Logan Reynolds; 8. 34X-Joey Baker; 9. (DNF) C3-Bobby Chapa

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 32M-Adam Miller; 2. 1AV-Ryan Robinson; 3. 31-Dylan Kadous; 4. 37H-Nicholas Howard; 5. 41A-Hannah Adair; 6. 04C-Caleb Paris; 7. 64-Ty Sampair; 8. (DNF) 00W-Travis Weaver; DNS 44M-Chris Martin

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 92-Jordan Herrman; 2. 102-Brock Berreth; 3. 82S-Sterling Hoff; 4. 71M-Roy Maxwell; 5. 99H-Michael Shelton; 6. 172-Greg Reynolds; 7. (DNF) 23C-Jason Crane; 8. (DNF) 18-Logan Scherb

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 66R-Jason Rogers; 2. 75-Ryan Truitt; 3. 92L-Austin Lambert; 4. 65G-Casey Wills; 5. 15-Jase Randolph; 6. 77H-J.J. Haley; 7. 413-Chad Hill; 8. (DNF) 9K-Kieran Casillas

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 55M-McKenna Haase; 2. 79-Tim Kent; 3. 88-Ryan Worth; 4. 15T-Tristan Guardino; 5. 8C-Chase Goetz; 6. 83-Shane Weeks; 7. 71-Weston Gorham; 8. 44A-Ayrton Gennetten

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 12N-Jason Tyer; 2. 81-Frank Flud; 3. 1Z-Brock Zearfoss; 4. P40-Aaron Dromgoole; 5. 47-Austin Helt; 6. 87M-Justin McCoy; 7. 47D-Krissy Durr; 8. 18S-Shelbie Goad

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 20W-Shawn Wicker; 2. 22B-Rodney Bippus; 3. 5-Ty Hulsey; 4. 111-Morgan Montgomery; 5. 11E-Cory Elliott; 6. 551-Brent McMillan; 7. 35-Kevin Folk; 8. 11C-Carly Elliott

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 2B-Nathan Benson; 2. 25R-Chad Bell; 3. 93L-Trey Lambert; 4. 321-Chad Winfrey; 5. 60-Kent Miller Jr.; 6. 98-Nathan Weida; 7. 1-Johnny B.; 8. 3-Ryann Kolkmeier

Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 73-Jason McDougal; 2. 33W-Mickey Walker; 3. 29R-Jake Rosario; 4. 18K-Steve Finn; 5. 19C-Dennis Casillas; 6. 7K-Nick Remmel; 7. 120-Gabe Wilson; 8. (DNF) 33X-Sean Kneeland

Heat 10 (8 Laps): 1. 29S-Scott Sawyer; 2. 70T-Luke Tipton; 3. 07-Travis Crawford; 4. 69-Kenny Howard; 5. 13T-Tony Sinquefield; 6. 57-Kyle Huttenhow; 7. 40S-Dawson Stealy; 8. (DNF) 99-Grady Chandler

Heat 11 (8 Laps): 1. 029-Austin Stone; 2. 77D-Dean Drake Jr; 3. 29B-Blake Dacus; 4. 77-Chris Andrews; 5. 84-Dave Nicholson; 6. 9L-Lonnie Fraley; 7. 77M-Aaron Miller; 8. 23T-Travis Rewerts

Heat 12 (8 Laps): 1. 20-Brock Landers; 2. 13H-Brad Hannum; 3. 33-Tucker Worth; 4. 38-Jimmy Wood; 5. 22S-Slater Helt; 6. 23-Raelynne Moss; 7. 2D-Dustin Davidson; 8. 21M-Michele Melton

Heat 13 (8 Laps): 1. 9C-Shawn Conde; 2. 12A-Alex Panella; 3. 50-Megan Wood; 4. 6-Blake Bennington; 5. 24T-Trenton Borchers; 6. 25C-Chase Meade; 7. (DNF) 17H-Hayden Hillenburg; 8. (DNF) 82C-Christian Kinnison

Heat 14 (8 Laps): 1. 17J-Jacob Johnston; 2. 15D-Andrew Deal; 3. 5X-Tyson Hall; 4. 41H-Colton Hardy; 5. 749-Kyle Schlotz; 6. B12-Blake McDermott; 7. 29D-Blake Dewberry; 8. (DNF) 7T-Tristan Oakes

Heat 15 (8 Laps): 1. 59-Joel Smith; 2. 05-Kris Carroll; 3. 73W-Dylan Ward; 4. 32-Trey Marcham; 5. 74E-Jessica Estes; 6. 71D-Danny Clum; DNS 89-Shane Watts; DNS 07X-Patrick Hurtado

Heat 16 (8 Laps): 1. 82-Steven Shebester; 2. 5B-Thad Bennett; 3. 25W-Tommy White; 4. 13B-Brittany Yarwood; 5. 2-Ronnie James; 6. 54-Casey Wright; 7. 71X-Colby Estes; 8. (DNF) 82X-Chris Silva

Heat 17 (8 Laps): 1. 41-Giovanni Scelzi; 2. 4-Jared Fell; 3. 512-Blake Hahn; 4. 79M-Dahne Lynn McKay; 5. 01J-Jeb Sessums; 6. 30-John Crowder; 7. 55-Tyler Liebig; 8. 311-Tyler King

Heat 18 (8 Laps): 1. 41-Giovanni Scelzi; 2. 4-Jared Fell; 3. 512-Blake Hahn; 4. 79M-Dahne Lynn McKay; 5. 01J-Jeb Sessums; 6. 30-John Crowder; 7. 55-Tyler Liebig; 8. 311-Tyler King

Heat 19 (8 Laps): 1. 28T-Nicholas Rasa; 2. 27T-Tucker Klaasmeyer; 3. 98M-Robert McBride; 4. 27K-Kyle Keeler; 5. 47X-Dylan Westbrook; 6. 29-Ryan Timmons; 7. 12-Jarrett Soares; DNS 28-Nathan Rolfe

Heat 20 (8 Laps): 1. 7H-Lindsey Howard; 2. 9X-Kevin Swindell; 3. 777-Ryan Padgett; 4. 39-Russ Disinger; 5. 61-Kenny Koelsch; 6. 77J-Jerrod Wilson; 7. 80-Alex Sewell; 8. 58-Collin Traylor

Heat 21 (8 Laps): 1. 21-Jeremy Wickham; 2. 87-Liam Ryan; 3. 128-Karley Kay Dobson; 4. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr; 5. 1S-Joey Schmidt; 6. 88-Ryan Worth; 7. 112-Scott Smith; 8. 94L-Layne Himebaugh

Qualifiers: Top 16 in combined Passing Points from Heats and Qualifiers advance to Saturday’s “A” Feature.

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 029-Austin Stone[2]; 2. 41-Giovanni Scelzi[3]; 3. 11-Mitchell Faccinto[4]; 4. 73-Jason McDougal[6]; 5. 8H-Matthew Howard[5]; 6. 98M-Robert McBride[9]; 7. 25W-Tommy White[11]; 8. 13M-Chance McCreary[8]; 9. 5B-Thad Bennett[10]; 10. 13B-Brittany Yarwood[12]; 11. 65G-Casey Wills[7]; 12. (DNF) 27T-Tucker Klaasmeyer[1]

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 87-Liam Ryan[1]; 2. 59-Joel Smith[2]; 3. 81-Frank Flud[4]; 4. 1AV-Ryan Robinson[3]; 5. 38-Jimmy Wood[7]; 6. 9X-Kevin Swindell[8]; 7. 20-Brock Landers[6]; 8. 37H-Nicholas Howard[11]; 9. 79-Tim Kent[10]; 10. 27K-Kyle Keeler[9]; 11. 32M-Adam Miller[5]; 12. 41A-Hannah Adair[12]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 31-Dylan Kadous[3]; 2. 1Z-Brock Zearfoss[1]; 3. 7H-Lindsey Howard[2]; 4. 92-Jordan Herrman[4]; 5. 66R-Jason Rogers[5]; 6. 71M-Roy Maxwell[11]; 7. 102-Brock Berreth[9]; 8. 17J-Jacob Johnston[6]; 9. 92L-Austin Lambert[8]; 10. 12A-Alex Panella[10]; 11. 11E-Cory Elliott[12]; DNS 41H-Colton Hardy

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 29B-Blake Dacus[1]; 2. 29S-Scott Sawyer[4]; 3. 7S-Raio Morgan[2]; 4. 5-Ty Hulsey[8]; 5. 05-Kris Carroll[10]; 6. 82S-Sterling Hoff[3]; 7. 82-Steven Shebester[6]; 8. 70T-Luke Tipton[7]; 9. 60-Kent Miller Jr.[12]; 10. 22B-Rodney Bippus[9]; 11. 12N-Jason Tyer[5]; 12. 18K-Steve Finn[11]

Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 50-Megan Wood[1]; 2. 33-Tucker Worth[8]; 3. 29R-Jake Rosario[3]; 4. 13H-Brad Hannum[7]; 5. 88-Ryan Worth[4]; 6. 20W-Shawn Wicker[5]; 7. 75-Ryan Truitt[2]; 8. 24T-Trenton Borchers[12]; 9. (DNF) 28T-Nicholas Rasa[6]; 10. (DNF) 69-Kenny Howard[11]; 11. (DNF) 4-Jared Fell[10]; 12. (DNF) 25R-Chad Bell[9]

Qualifier 6 (10 Laps): 1. 2B-Nathan Benson[5]; 2. 36-Jonathan Beason[1]; 3. 9C-Shawn Conde[4]; 4. 15D-Andrew Deal[7]; 5. 512-Blake Hahn[8]; 6. 32-Trey Marcham[11]; 7. 55M-McKenna Haase[3]; 8. 33W-Mickey Walker[9]; 9. 5X-Tyson Hall[10]; 10. 01J-Jeb Sessums[12]; 11. 21-Jeremy Wickham[6]; 12. (DNF) 77D-Dean Drake Jr[2]

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'A' Class Non-Winged

Heat Races: Top 72 in passing points advance to Qualifiers with a four car inversion.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 73-Jason McDougal; 2. 54S-Will Scribner; 3. 24-Nate McMillin; 4. 15-Morgan Roan; 5. 7K-Jack Kirby; 6. 18K-Steve Finn; 7. 22S-Shawn Murray; 8. (DNF) 44-Garrett Olson

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 22X-Jonathan Roan; 2. 28X-Todd McWilliams; 3. 30-John Crowder; 4. 05C-Eric Cantrell; 5. 54B-Jake Beasley; 6. 11R-Rick Oller; 7. 29-Ryan Timmons; 8. 83-Shane Weeks

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 128-Karley Kay Dobson; 2. 92L-Austin Lambert; 3. 71M-Roy Maxwell; 4. 77H-J.J. Haley; 5. 28-Trevor Reed; 6. 8-Dustin Boston; 7. 70-Charles Valenzuela; DNS 77B-Michael Berry

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 14B-Brandon Henson; 2. 07-Travis Crawford; 3. 54-Casey Wright; 4. 11H-Garrett Hood; 5. 171-Cody Meade; 6. 4-Jared Fell; 7. 9K-Kieran Casillas; 8. (DNF) 104-Ruben Morris

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 79X-D.J. Estes; 2. 7M-Kevin Ramey; 3. 15D-Andrew Deal; 4. 28T-Nicholas Rasa; 5. 25-Anton Hernandez; 6. 51-Roger Ritchey; 7. 97-Paige Howard; 8. 74S-Shelby Larson

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 8L-Brian Lunsford; 2. 9E-Kinzer Edwards; 3. 57B-Cole Bodine; 4. 89-Jarrett Crouch; 5. 17E-Blake Edwards; 6. 92R-Jake Rosario; 7. L23-Jordon Lambert; 8. 12-Shane Hacker

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 9L-Lonnie Fraley; 2. 04-Kyle Jones; 3. 79-Tim Kent; 4. 10-Brian Parker; 5. 7F-Shane Fick; 6. P51-Aaron Dromgoole; 7. 04P-Paige Moss; 8. (DNF) 72K-Rick Kirkes

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 92-Jordan Herman; 2. 1-Jeffrey Newell; 3. 11E-Cory Elliott; 4. 98M-Derrick McBride; 5. 15X-Keith Martin; 6. 8J-Josh Marcham; 7. 2T-Tony Ogden; DNS 77J-Jerrod Wilson

Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 40-Michael Faccinto; 2. 66R-Jason Rogers; 3. 1C-Curtis Bailey; 4. 29C-Connor Borah; 5. 8G-Devin Gerrior; 6. 1B-Brandon Buysse; 7. 23-Raelynne Moss; DNS 44M-Chris Martin

Heat 10 (8 Laps): 1. 91-Cole Lambert; 2. 11-Harlan Hulsey; 3. 3-Ryann Kolkmeier; 4. 65G-Casey Wills; 5. 65-Tyler Russel; 6. 16X-Kody Conley; 7. 74E-Jessica Estes; 8. 13L-Lamont Baker

Heat 11 (8 Laps): 1. 22H-Jessee Holt; 2. 13-John Kahl; 3. 13B-Brittany Yarwood; 4. 5-Ty Hulsey; 5. 00W-Travis Weaver; 6. 39C-Chase Cabre; 7. 23C-Jason Crane; 8. (DNF) 69H-Jeromy Hefler

Heat 12 (8 Laps): 1. 029-Austin Stone; 2. 7-Cord Dodson; 3. 20W-Shawn Wicker; 4. 44A-Ayrton Gennetten; 5. 69-Kenny Howard; 6. (DNF) 00K-Justin McCoy; 7. (DNF) 04H-Jason Holt; 8. (DNF) 99H-Michael Shelton

Heat 13 (8 Laps): 1. 82-Steven Shebester; 2. 39-Russ Disinger; 3. 41H-Colton Hardy; 4. 39K-Kaitlyn Hammer; 5. 10J-Brandon Jarvis; 6. 57-Kyle Huttenhow; 7. (DNF) 57G-Larry Martinez; 8. (DNF) 29D-Blake Dewberry

Heat 14 (8 Laps): 1. 9X-Kevin Swindell; 2. 40S-Parker Price-Miller; 3. 34-John Baker; 4. 8X-Austin Shores; 5. 47-Austin Helt; 6. (DNF) 99J-Liam Haigh; 7. (DNF) 8M-Eddie Moss; 8. (DNF) 55-Tyler Liebig

Heat 15 (8 Laps): 1. 512-Blake Hahn; 2. 2B-Nathan Benson; 3. 28V-Luke Verardi; 4. 82C-Christian Kinnison; 5. 38-Jimmy Wood; 6. 188-Chad Wheeler; 7. 749-Kyle Schlotz; 8. (DNF) 84-Dave Nicholson

Heat 16 (8 Laps): 1. 71X-Colby Estes; 2. 321-Chad Winfrey; 3. 88-Tony Tenick; 4. 44W-Ben Worth; 5. 19-Issac Barr; 6. (DNF) 71K-Nick Remmel; 7. (DNF) 88J-Jake Adams; DNS 22-Dalton Seigler

Heat 17 (8 Laps): 1. 91K-Kevin Bayer; 2. 93K-Riley Kreisel; 3. 21-Jeremy Wickham; 4. 5J-Jerry Hockett; 5. 6A-William Owen; 6. 71-Weston Gorham; 7. 29K-Kyle Amerson; DNS 58-Collin Traylor

Heat 18 (8 Laps): 1. 80-Alex Sewell; 2. 73W-Dylan Ward; 3. 17-Joe Leek; 4. 41-Giovanni Scelzi; 5. 28G-Gordon Goyer; 6. 311-Tyler King; 7. 49-Joel Smith; 8. 13M-Chance McCreary

Heat 19 (8 Laps): 1. 81-Frank Flud; 2. 31-Dylan Kadous; 3. 0J-Bradley Jameson; 4. 37-Brad Nichols; 5. 93L-Trey Lambert; 6. 19C-Dennis Casillas; 7. 14-Ron Durr; 8. 22B-Rodney Bippus

Heat 20 (8 Laps): 1. 18-Logan Scherb; 2. 92T-Tim Ferguson; 3. 25C-Chase Meade; 4. 61-Kaley Engstrom; 5. 82S-Sterling Hoff; 6. 11T-Payton Pierce; 7. (DNF) 11N-Levi Neely; 8. (DNF) 8-Dustin Boston

Heat 21 (8 Laps): 1. 7C-Chris Cochran; 2. 36-Jonathan Beason; 3. 16-Billy Cribbs; 4. 2-Ronnie James; 5. 1F-Cole Ketcham; 6. 20-Noah Hams; 7. 71D-Danny Clum; 8. 3G-Justin Elswick

Heat 22 (8 Laps): 1. 2D-Dustin Davidson; 2. 5H-Cameron Hagin; 3. 6E-Bobby Eubanks; 4. 9C-Shawn Conde; 5. 13T-Tony Sinquefield; 6. 898-Ryan Padgett; 7. (DNF) 99-Kyle Keeler; 8. (DNF) 14T-Tim Ottenbacher

Heat 23 (8 Laps): 1. 94L-Layne Himebaugh; 2. 925-Travis Crane; 3. 5X-Tyson Hall; 4. 11M-Justin Melton; 5. 33X-Justin Patocka; 6. 24T-Trenton Borchers; 7. 0-Kort Morgan; 8. 04C-Caleb Paris

Heat 24 (8 Laps): 1. 32-Trey Marcham; 2. 7Z-TJ Smith; 3. 33Z-Ezekiel Lewis; 4. 7S-Jason Scheulen; 5. 74-Mike Martin; 6. 17K-Jacob Knipmeyer; 7. (DNF) 27D-Jared Dunkin; 8. (DNF) 112-Scott Smith

Heat 25 (8 Laps): 1. 15T-Tristan Guardino; 2. 87-Liam Ryan; 3. 5B-Thad Bennett; 4. 11J-Joey Starnes; 5. 07X-Patrick Hurtado; 6. 10Z-Zane Lawrence; 7. (DNF) 9S-Nick Schaeffer; 8. (DNF) 2C-Casey Andrews

Heat 26 (8 Laps): 1. 27-Sean Jones; 2. 25W-Tommy White; 3. (DNF) 01J-Jeb Sessums; 4. (DNF) 17J-Jacob Johnston; 5. (DNF) 77-Dean Drake Jr; 6. (DNF) 12B-Daniel Bagley; 7. (DNF) 7H-Lindsey Howard; DNS 33-Tucker Worth

Heat 27 (8 Laps): 1. 6-Blake Bennington; 2. 02-Bobby Henning; 3. 50-Megan Wood; 4. 77M-Aaron Miller; 5. 97X-Westin Walker; 6. 1G-Garett Hake; 7. C3-Bobby Chapa; 8. 12N-Jason Tyer

Heat 28 (8 Laps): 1. 1AV-Ryan Robinson; 2. 911-Ryan Kline; 3. 75-Ryan Truitt; 4. 121-Austin Kromberg; 5. 21M-Michele Melton; 6. 12X-Jarrett Soares; 7. 8C-Chase Goetz

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Junior Sprints

Passing Point totals determine Qualifier line-up with a four car inversion

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 25N-Noah Gass; 2. 17-Connor Lee; 3. 11W-Cooper Worth; 4. 22H-Kaleb Hughes; 5. 7-Treyton Gann; 6. 13-Dylan Short; 7. 22-Dylan Pendergrass; 8. 72C-Kayden Cole; 9. (DNF) 0-Garrett Jameson

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 73-Nikko Panella; 2. 99-Nathan Rainey; 3. 18-Peyton Hagen; 4. 36-Ryan Hunt; 5. 24-Benjamin Silliker; 6. 46-Brady Hilton; 7. (DNF) 94-Jax Cromwell; 8. (DNF) 56-Colton Horner

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 14J-Jadon Rogers; 2. 1H-Hank Davis; 3. 3E-Bryce Eames; 4. 15E-Dakota Earls; 5. 11S-Shawn Mahaffey; 6. 14-Hannah Rogers; 7. 00-Preston Scheulen; 8. 125-Macy Roulain

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 14R-Jake Nail; 2. 15J-Joey Gray; 3. 88R-Ryder Laplante; 4. 21-Johnny Bettes; 5. 44-Chance Duty; 6. 36J-Camdin Couch; 7. 29-Drew Sawyer; DNS 22R-Rees Moran

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 21G-Garth Kasiner; 2. 14W-Nick Weideman; 3. 14H-Holley Hollan; 4. 2-Brooklyn Holland; 5. 72-Chris Wells; 6. 26W-Dakota Williams; 7. 25-Maverick Elkins; 8. (DNF) 33C-Cole Tipton

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 08-Cannon McIntosh; 2. 23-Drake Turner; 3. 42-Grady Mercer; 4. 9-Emilio Hoover; 5. 17K-Bradden Knipmeyer; 6. 4-Braydon Cromwell; 7. (DNF) 77-Kale Drake; 8. (DNF) 23R-Collin Resch

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Past Champions Highlight 29th Shootout Opener

TULSA, Okla. (January 1, 2014) The 2014 racing season is underway with the start of the 29th Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout. Following 75 rounds of practice on Wednesday, January 1; Heat Races for Non-Wing Outlaw and “A” Class began just before 5:00 P.M. (CT) inside the River Spirit Expo Center. A total of 45 Heat Races between the two classes were contested with entrants representing 22 United States and a single Canadian Province.

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Non-Wing Outlaw

Outlaw Non-Wing opened with 24 Heats. Five former Shootout Champions, accounting for 16 Golden Drillers, found victory with four-time winner, Blake Hahn, doing so in Heat 6 followed by five-time Shootout winner, Kevin Bayer, in Heat 7.

The nineteenth round of competition saw four-time Shootout winner, Jerrod Wilson race to victory. Heat 20 went to Michael Faccinto who earned his first Golden Driller in 2013; winning the “A” Class Non-Wing feature. Two-time winner, Chris Andrews, ran to victory in Heat 23.

Forming into eight car Heat Races, two drivers were able to charge from the final starting spot to win. Wes McIntyre and Blake Edwards were the hard chargers in Heats 13 and 16.

The first driver upside-down came in Heat 9 when Cole Lambert tumbled into the wall entering the first turn.

Kevin Ramey set the bar in regards to lap time as the only driver to turn a sub-twelve second lap in the night’s opening Heat Race at 11.929 seconds.

Non-Wing Outlaw accounted for 194 entries.

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”A” Class

“A” Class began Heat Races at 8:20 P.M. (CT) for their 21 rounds of competition.

Jason Tyer was the first of four former Tulsa Shootout winners to take a Heat Race win. The Irving, Texas driver topped Motorcycles in the 1992 Shootout and took the Heat 6 win. Taking Sportsman in 2001, Shawn Wicker followed quickly with a Heat 7 victory.

Shootout Champion for “A” Class in 2006, Scott Sawyer raced to victory in Heat 10. Junior Sprint Champion in 2005, Mitchell Faccinto raced to victory in Heat 17 and was the only driver in “A” Class to do so from the tail.

Matt Howard raced to victory in the opening Heat for “A” Class, setting the fast time for the division at 11.492 seconds.

A total of 177 entrants made up the field in “A” Class Heat Races.

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The 29th Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout continues on Thursday, January 2 with Heat Races beginning at 9:00 A.M. (CT). A combined 71 Heats and 17 Qualifiers for 88 races will be contested with Non-Wing “A” Class starting the day.

To follow along with race finishes, follow the Tulsa Shootout on Facebook and Twitter. For official news, results, and information log onto http://www.tulsashootout.com.

January 1, 2014 - Heat Race Results

Non-Winged Outlaws- Top 72 in Passing Points in Non-Wing Outlaw Heats advance to 6-Qualifiers.

Heat 1: 1. 7M-Kevin Ramey; 2. 21-Ty Hulsey; 3. 25-Anton Hernandez; 4. 8-Dustin Bottoms; 5. 91X-Cale Thomas; 6. 88G-BJ Gatewood; 7. 18-Justin Fletcher; 8. 87-Liam Ryan

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 39-Russ Disinger; 2. 67B-Bob Bourff; 3. 0J-Bradley Jameson; 4. 14K-Tim Koch; 5. 91C-Shawn Conde; 6. 14H-Harley Hollan; 7. 97B-Chris Breen; 8. 17K-Jacob Knipmeyer

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 29-Ryan Timmons; 2. 911-Ryan Kline; 3. 14-T.J. Smith; 4. 98M-Derrick McBride; 5. 88N-Tyler Nelson; 6. 91A-Alec Frisell; 7. 28-Gordon Goyer; 8. 4C-Cole McDaniel

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr; 2. 8J-Josh Marcham; 3. 7-Cord Dodson; 4. 65-Tyler Russel; 5. 04-Kyle Jones; 6. 12S-Drew Salisbury; 7. 54B-Jake Beasley; 8. C2-Kevin Vick

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 7S-Jason Scheulen; 2. 31-Dylan Kadous; 3. 74-Mike Martin; 4. 15B-Quinton Benson; 5. 29C-Connor Borah; 6. 4-Jared Fell; 7. 22X-Jonathan Roan; 8. 11H-Garett Hood

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 512-Blake Hahn; 2. 16-Billy Cribbs; 3. 92R-Jake Rosario; 4. 93-Raleigh Shepherd; 5. 94L-Layne Himebaugh; 6. 9S-Nick Schaeffer; 7. 1G-Garett Hake; 8. 22-Dalton Seigler

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 91K-Kevin Bayer; 2. 82-Steven Shebester; 3. 5X-Tyson Hall; 4. 71X-Colby Estes; 5. 1B-Brandon Buysse; 6. 99F-Shane Fletcher; 7. 27-Nathan Brookshier; 8. (DNF) 33-Tucker Worth

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 7C-Chris Cochran; 2. 15X-Keith Martin; 3. 27J-Sean Jones; 4. 77M-Aaron Miller; 5. 121-Austin Kromberg; 6. 188-Chad Wheeler; 7. 18K-Steve Finn; 8. 99J-Liam Haigh

Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 24-Nate McMillin; 2. 00K-Justin McCoy; 3. 2-Ronnie James; 4. 51-Roger Ritchey; 5. 41H-Colton Hardy; 6. 61-Kenny Koelsch; 7. 9KX-Kieran Casillas; 8. (DNF) 91-Cole Lambert

Heat 10 (8 Laps): 1. 22H-Jessee Holt; 2. 41-Giovanni Scelzi; 3. 8H-Tristan Guardino; 4. 00W-Travis Weaver; 5. 17J-Jacob Johnston; 6. (DNF) 22C-Curtis Jones; 7. (DNF) 25W-Tommy White; 8. (DNF) 90-Jeffrey Wallace

Heat 11 (8 Laps): 1. 89-Jarrett Crouch; 2. 79X-D.J. Estes; 3. 4V-Tyler Thomas; 4. 11E-Cory Elliott; 5. 79J-Jacob Patton; 6. 44-Garrett Olson; 7. 28X-Todd McWilliams; 8. 10E-Matt Ebarb

Heat 12 (8 Laps): 1. 17L-Joe Leek; 2. 20W-Shawn Wicker; 3. 98-Sean Watts; 4. 47-Austin Helt; 5. 10W-George White; 6. 15-Morgan Roan; 7. 6-Blake Bennington; DNS 38-Jimmy Wood

Heat 13 (8 Laps): 1. 21B-Wes McIntyre; 2. 25K-Courtney Barth; 3. 44V-Matt Veatch; 4. 93K-Riley Kreisel; 5. 10J-Cory Eliason; 6. 69N-Logan Scherb; 7. 82C-Christian Kinnison; DNS 71-Dustin OBrien

Heat 14 (8 Laps): 1. 44W-Ben Worth; 2. 22S-Shawn Murray; 3. 28V-Luke Verardi; 4. 6E-Bobby Eubanks; 5. 92-Jordan Herman; 6. 171-Tony Ogden; 7. 14T-Tim Ottenbacher; 8. (DNF) 33Z-Ezekiel Lewis

Heat 15 (8 Laps): 1. 551-Tyler Courtney; 2. 17-Harlan Hulsey; 3. 11J-Joey Starnes; 4. P51-Aaron Dromgoole; 5. 52J-Justin Peck; 6. 8G-Devin Gerrior; 7. 49-Joel Smith; 8. 37-Brad Nichols

Heat 16 (8 Laps): 1. 17E-Blake Edwards; 2. 29D-Blake Dewberry; 3. 00X-Dane Lorene; 4. 12-Chris Crawford; 5. 34X-Joey Baker; 6. 11T-Payton Pierce; 7. (DNF) 39S-Kevin Swindell; 8. (DNF) 1F-Cole Ketcham

Heat 17 (8 Laps): 1. 66R-Jason Rogers; 2. 36-Jonathan Beason; 3. 007-Shane Sundquist; 4. 79-Tim Kent; 5. 4X-Andrew Felker; 6. 99R-Andy Baugh; 7. 8M-Eddie Moss; 8. 9-Jared Peterson

Heat 18 (8 Laps): 1. 20M-Chris Miller; 2. 17B-Jack Gilbert; 3. 01J-Jeb Sessums; 4. 5H-Cameron Hagin; 5. 2D-Dustin Davidson; 6. (DNF) 7F-Shane Fick; 7. (DNF) 7J-John Bordenave; DNS 5-Darren Wisley

Heat 19 (8 Laps): 1. 10C-Jerrod Wilson; 2. 40S-Parker Price-Miller; 3. 35B-Dwayne Benson; 4. 57B-Cole Bodine; 5. 10-Brian Parker; 6. 44A-Ayrton Gennetten; 7. 32-Trey Marcham; 8. 25J-Delaney Jost

Heat 20 (8 Laps): 1. 40-Michael Faccinto; 2. 80-Alex Sewell; 3. 58-Collin Traylor; 4. 21K-Adam Barth; 5. 5B-Thad Bennett; 6. 93L-Trey Lambert; 7. 8-Dustin Bottoms; 8. (DNF) 7B-Austin Brown

Heat 21 (8 Laps): 1. 8V-Bryce Volpa; 2. 9E-Kinzer Edwards; 3. 27K-Kyle Keeler; 4. L23-Jordon Lambert; 5. (DNF) 32-Trey Marcham; 6. (DNF) 11M-Justin Melton; 7. 55C-Brandon Carey

Heat 22 (8 Laps): 1. 128-Karley Kay Dobson; 2. 73X-Jason McDougal; 3. 44M-Chris Martin; 4. 71M-Roy Maxwell; 5. 7K-Jack Kirby; 6. 10H-Jason Humphrey; 7. (DNF) 3-Justin Elswick

Heat 23 (8 Laps): 1. 77-Chris Andrews; 2. 15D-Andrew Deal; 3. 144-Alex Bright; 4. 87K-Kelvin Lewis; 5. 77H-J.J. Haley; 6. 029-Austin Stone; 7. (DNF) 12K-Kyle Amerson

Heat 24 (8 Laps): 1. 1-Jeffrey Newell; 2. 57-Kyle Huttenhow; 3. 00-Grady Chandler; 4. 70-Charles Valenzuela; 5. 97-Paige Howard; 6. (DNF) 04P-Chase Cabre; 7. (DNF) 7W-Trent Wilson

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”A” Class - Top 72 in Passing Points in “A” Class Heats advance to 6-Qualifiers.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 81T-Matthew Howard; 2. 7S-Raio Morgan; 3. 36C-Craig Carroll; 4. 8X-Austin Shores; 5. 54S-Will Scribner; 6. 57G-Larry Martinez; 7. 72-Logan Reynolds; 8. 34X-Joey Baker; 9. (DNF) C3-Bobby Chapa

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 32M-Adam Miller; 2. 1AV-Ryan Robinson; 3. 31-Dylan Kadous; 4. 37H-Nicholas Howard; 5. 41A-Hannah Adair; 6. 04C-Caleb Paris; 7. 64-Ty Sampair; 8. (DNF) 00W-Travis Weaver; DNS 44M-Chris Martin

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 92-Jordan Herrman; 2. 102-Brock Berreth; 3. 82S-Sterling Hoff; 4. 71M-Roy Maxwell; 5. 99H-Michael Shelton; 6. 172-Greg Reynolds; 7. (DNF) 23C-Jason Crane; 8. (DNF) 18-Logan Scherb

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 66R-Jason Rogers; 2. 75-Ryan Truitt; 3. 92L-Austin Lambert; 4. 65G-Casey Wills; 5. 15-Jase Randolph; 6. 77H-J.J. Haley; 7. 413-Chad Hill; 8. (DNF) 9K-Kieran Casillas

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 55M-McKenna Haase; 2. 79-Tim Kent; 3. 88-Ryan Worth; 4. 15T-Tristan Guardino; 5. 8C-Chase Goetz; 6. 83-Shane Weeks; 7. 71-Weston Gorham; 8. 44A-Ayrton Gennetten

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 12N-Jason Tyer; 2. 81-Frank Flud; 3. 1Z-Brock Zearfoss; 4. P40-Aaron Dromgoole; 5. 47-Austin Helt; 6. 87M-Justin McCoy; 7. 47D-Krissy Durr; 8. 18S-Shelbie Goad

Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 20W-Shawn Wicker; 2. 22B-Rodney Bippus; 3. 5-Ty Hulsey; 4. 111-Morgan Montgomery; 5. 11E-Cory Elliott; 6. 551-Brent McMillan; 7. 35-Kevin Folk; 8. 11C-Carly Elliott

Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 2B-Nathan Benson; 2. 25R-Chad Bell; 3. 93L-Trey Lambert; 4. 321-Chad Winfrey; 5. 60-Kent Miller Jr.; 6. 98-Nathan Weida; 7. 1-Johnny B.; 8. 3-Ryann Kolkmeier

Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 73-Jason McDougal; 2. 33W-Mickey Walker; 3. 29R-Jake Rosario; 4. 18K-Steve Finn; 5. 19C-Dennis Casillas; 6. 7K-Nick Remmel; 7. 120-Gabe Wilson; 8. (DNF) 33X-Sean Kneeland

Heat 10 (8 Laps): 1. 29S-Scott Sawyer; 2. 70T-Luke Tipton; 3. 07-Travis Crawford; 4. 69-Kenny Howard; 5. 13T-Tony Sinquefield; 6. 57-Kyle Huttenhow; 7. 40S-Dawson Stealy; 8. (DNF) 99-Grady Chandler

Heat 11 (8 Laps): 1. 029-Austin Stone; 2. 77D-Dean Drake Jr; 3. 29B-Blake Dacus; 4. 77-Chris Andrews; 5. 84-Dave Nicholson; 6. 9L-Lonnie Fraley; 7. 77M-Aaron Miller; 8. 23T-Travis Rewerts

Heat 12 (8 Laps): 1. 20-Brock Landers; 2. 13H-Brad Hannum; 3. 33-Tucker Worth; 4. 38-Jimmy Wood; 5. 22S-Slater Helt; 6. 23-Raelynne Moss; 7. 2D-Dustin Davidson; 8. 21M-Michele Melton

Heat 13 (8 Laps): 1. 9C-Shawn Conde; 2. 12A-Alex Panella; 3. 50-Megan Wood; 4. 6-Blake Bennington; 5. 24T-Trenton Borchers; 6. 25C-Chase Meade; 7. (DNF) 17H-Hayden Hillenburg; 8. (DNF) 82C-Christian Kinnison

Heat 14 (8 Laps): 1. 17J-Jacob Johnston; 2. 15D-Andrew Deal; 3. 5X-Tyson Hall; 4. 41H-Colton Hardy; 5. 749-Kyle Schlotz; 6. B12-Blake McDermott; 7. 29D-Blake Dewberry; 8. (DNF) 7T-Tristan Oakes

Heat 15 (8 Laps): 1. 59-Joel Smith; 2. 05-Kris Carroll; 3. 73W-Dylan Ward; 4. 32-Trey Marcham; 5. 74E-Jessica Estes; 6. 71D-Danny Clum; DNS 89-Shane Watts; DNS 07X-Patrick Hurtado

Heat 16 (8 Laps): 1. 82-Steven Shebester; 2. 5B-Thad Bennett; 3. 25W-Tommy White; 4. 13B-Brittany Yarwood; 5. 2-Ronnie James; 6. 54-Casey Wright; 7. 71X-Colby Estes; 8. (DNF) 82X-Chris Silva

Heat 17 (8 Laps): 1. 41-Giovanni Scelzi; 2. 4-Jared Fell; 3. 512-Blake Hahn; 4. 79M-Dahne Lynn McKay; 5. 01J-Jeb Sessums; 6. 30-John Crowder; 7. 55-Tyler Liebig; 8. 311-Tyler King

Heat 18 (8 Laps): 1. 41-Giovanni Scelzi; 2. 4-Jared Fell; 3. 512-Blake Hahn; 4. 79M-Dahne Lynn McKay; 5. 01J-Jeb Sessums; 6. 30-John Crowder; 7. 55-Tyler Liebig; 8. 311-Tyler King

Heat 19 (8 Laps): 1. 28T-Nicholas Rasa; 2. 27T-Tucker Klaasmeyer; 3. 98M-Robert McBride; 4. 27K-Kyle Keeler; 5. 47X-Dylan Westbrook; 6. 29-Ryan Timmons; 7. 12-Jarrett Soares; DNS 28-Nathan Rolfe

Heat 20 (8 Laps): 1. 7H-Lindsey Howard; 2. 9X-Kevin Swindell; 3. 777-Ryan Padgett; 4. 39-Russ Disinger; 5. 61-Kenny Koelsch; 6. 77J-Jerrod Wilson; 7. 80-Alex Sewell; 8. 58-Collin Traylor

Heat 21 (8 Laps): 1. 21-Jeremy Wickham; 2. 87-Liam Ryan; 3. 128-Karley Kay Dobson; 4. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr; 5. 1S-Joey Schmidt; 6. 88-Ryan Worth; 7. 112-Scott Smith; 8. 94L-Layne Himebaugh

 

 

Over 750 entered into 29th Tulsa Shootout

TULSA, Okla. (December 22, 2013) Just as Christmas dinner is digested and the presents are counted, over 500 teams will begin the trek to Tulsa and the River Spirit Expo Center for the 29th Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout.

With a of potential 150 entries in addition to the already 758 on the scheduled December 31 move-in day, an assortment of 422 drivers from across the United States and Canada have already made their bid for the Golden Driller known with Oklahoma sending the greatest number so far at 266. Broken Arrow stands out of the Oklahoma municipalities represented with 46 from the Tulsa suburb.

Of the reigning 2013 champions, five have entered so far.

Chris Cochran, who topped “A” Class Non-Wing, will pull double-duty in “A” Class Wing and Non-Wing.

Chris Andrews will not seek to defend in victory in Outlaw Non-Wing, but instead will move into “A” Class Winged for the 2014 Tulsa Shootout.

Jadon Rodgers took the Golden Driller for Junior Sprints home in the 2013 Tulsa Shootout. The young Indiana shoe will move to two classes in 2014, taking the wheel in Restricted “A” Class in addition to defending his Junior Sprint victory one year ago.

Tulsa’s Brian McClelland will again take part in the ECOtec Midgets as a warm up to the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals.

Restricted “A” Class will potentially have a new champion as Danhe Lynn McKay advances to the “A” Class Winged ranks for a shot at another Golden Driller.

Remaining to be seen, Michael Dicely captured the 1,200cc victory in 2013. Michael Faccinto, who was victorious in “A” Class competition, has yet to enter as well as Heath Duinkerken who was the champion for the Outlaw division. Even in he’s not racing the Shootout, Duinkerken is confirmed for his first trip as a drive in the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire in the Steve Watt Enterprises No. 81.

One champion that is scheduled to be in attendance is former Shootout Champion, and current Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals champion Kevin Swindell. Details as to which classes the Tennessee driver will be competing in remain to be seen.

Drivers from 22 states are set to be represented in the 29th Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout, representing 229 municipalities including three Canadian provinces.

The 29th Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout kicks off on Wednesday, January 1, 2014 with morning practice followed by Heat Races starting at 6:30 P.M. (CT). Racing continues Thursday, January 2 and runs through Saturday, January 4. For a complete schedule of events, log onto http://www.tulsashootout.com/about.

Schedule of Events: 29th Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout

Each racing vehicle (NOT ENTRY) is allowed one 9'x10' space only. Multiple vehicles may combine spaces to leave trailer inside the complex. All times below may vary depending on vehicle count.

ALL CLASSES SUBJECT TO FUEL & ENGINE CHECK NO PETS, MOTORIZED PIT BIKES, SCOOTERS, OR GOLF CARTS

Tuesday December 31, 2013 Sign-In Day!

• 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM - Parking • 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM - Sign-In All Classes

Wednesday January 1, 2014 Practice All Classes & Heat Races!

• 8:00 AM - Gates Open & Sign-In • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM - Practice • 5:00 PM - Grandstands Open • 6:30 PM - Heat Races

• Driver/Non-Driver Friday Pit Pass $30 • Adults $15.00 | Children 6-11 years $5 • All TIMES MAY VARY DUE TO VEHICLE COUNT!!!

Thursday January 2, 2014 Heat Races & Qualifiers!

• 8:00 AM - Gates Open & Sign In • 9:00 AM - 6:30 PM - Heat Races • 9:00 AM - 6:30 PM - Grandstands Open

• Driver/Non-Driver Saturday Pit Pass $30 • Adults $15.00 | Children 6-11 years $5 • All TIMES MAY VARY DUE TO VEHICLE COUNT!!!

Friday January 3, 2014 Heat Races & Qualifiers!

• 8:00 AM - Gates Open & Sign In • 9:00 AM - 6:30 PM - Heat Races • 9:00 AM - Grandstands Opens

• Driver/Non-Driver Saturday Pit Pass $30 • Adults $15.00 | Children 6-11 years $5 • All TIMES MAY VARY DUE TO VEHICLE COUNT!!!

Saturday January 4, 2014 Non-Qualifiers & Features!

• 8:00 AM - Gates Open • 9:00 AM - Grandstands Opens • 9:00 AM - Non-Qualifier Races • 6:00 PM - Opening Ceremonies

• Features will follow Opening Ceremonies! • Driver/Non-Driver Saturday Pit Pass $35 • Drivers Saturday Pit Pass included in Entry Fee • Adults $20.00 | Children 6-11 years $5 • All TIMES MAY VARY DUE TO VEHICLE COUNT!!!

 

 

RacinBoys to Provide Pay-Per-View of Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout Jan. 1-4

Inside Line Promotions - TULSA, Okla. (Dec. 19, 2013) - RacinBoys is continuing its devotion to the open-wheel racing scene across the country by providing a Pay-Per-View Internet broadcast of the 29th annual Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout.

The four-day spectacle - Jan. 1-4 at Tulsa Expo Raceway - is expected to feature more than 1,000 competitors in 600cc winged outlaw micro sprints, 600cc nonwinged outlaw micro sprints, "A" class, nonwing, restricted "A" class, JR sprint, ECOtec Chevy-RRE-SET Racing and ECOtec Ford Focus, and 1200cc mini sprints.

"We are extremely pleased and excited to be able to bring fans the action from the Tulsa Shootout as well as the Chili Bowl," RacinBoys Co-Founder Scott Traylor said. "Both are premier events that have a huge following. Unfortunately, a lot of people are unable to travel to one or both of the events, so RacinBoys was able to put together this Pay-Per-View option to bring the races into more households."

Fans can also be treated to a Pay-Per-View broadcast from the 29th Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire from Jan. 14-18.

PAY-PER-VIEW -

Fans who are new to RacinBoys will need to create a free membership on the RacinBoys website to purchase any PPV options. After logging in, visit http://www.racinboys.com/broadcast-schedule/ for the four-day Tulsa Shootout package of live video for $54.99. Individual days can be purchased for $15 each for Jan. 1-3 and $20 for the finale on Jan. 4.

TULSA SHOOTOUT -

The 29th edition of the Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout is expected to bring more than 1,000 competitors to Tulsa Expo Raceway in Tulsa, Okla., Jan. 1-4. Classes include 600cc winged outlaw micro sprints, 600cc nonwinged outlaw micro sprints, "A" class, nonwing, restricted "A" class, JR sprint, ECOtec Chevy-RRE-SET Racing and ECOtec Ford Focus, and 1200cc mini sprints. For more information about the event, visit http://www.TulsaShootout.com.

RACINBOYS -

RacinBoys is in its sixth year of broadcasting the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour events and its ninth for the prestigious Chili Bowl. In 2012, RacinBoys began offering Pay-Per-View for special races and is expanding that segment in 2013. For more information, visit http://www.RacinBoys.com.

INSIDE LINE PROMOTIONS -

Inside Line Promotions specializes in affordable public relations, media management and merchandising services for sprint car teams. ILP Founder Shawn Miller leverages professional journalism with new media technologies and social networking to improve your exposure and your sponsors' return on investment.

To meet the media relations needs of your team, contact Shawn at 541-510-3663 or sprintcarreporter@yahoo.com. For more information on Inside Line Promotions, visit http://www.insidelinepromotions.com.

 

 

Jason Leffler to be honored at 2014 Chili Bowl Bryan Hulbert

Bryan Hulbert

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Kasey Kahne and Tony Stewart are entering next month's Chili Bowl Nationals in honor of late racer Jason Leffler.

Kahne will drive a car entered in combination with Stewart, Leffler's girlfriend, Julianna Patterson, and former father-in-law, Bob East., in the Jan. 14-18 race at the Tulsa Expo Center in Oklahoma.

Plans had been for Leffler and Patterson to co-own the car, and Leffler and East to build it together before Leffler's death in a June sprint car crash. East continued the project following the accident, and Patterson turned to Stewart for help after the three-time NASCAR champion broke his leg in his own sprint car accident last season.

"She told me, I'm going to be a car owner at the Chili Bowl' and I said, OK?' kind of quizzically, and it's just gone on from there," Stewart told The Associated Press. "Bob is building the car. The owner was going to be Jason and Julianna, and I really wanted to be involved."

So did Kahne, who was close friends with the 37-year-old Leffler, a journeyman NASCAR driver who loved racing so much he entered everything he could. The night he was killed in a sprint car race in New Jersey, the winner was guaranteed just $7,000.

Kahne had to first convince his NASCAR team owner, Rick Hendrick, to sign off on his participation in the Chili Bowl. Hendrick hasn't forbidden Kahne from any extracurricular racing, but hasn't exactly rubber-stamped Kahne's opportunities, either.

Kahne felt racing in honor of Leffler at the Chili Bowl, with the promise of raffling off the car after for the Charlie Dean Leffler Discretionary Trust to benefit Leffler's son, would get him the permission from Hendrick.

"There's just a lot of good reasons to get involved," Kahne told AP. "Jason loved Chili Bowl, he was always so good at Chili Bowl and I enjoy driving on dirt. It was just such a good idea for me do it for Jason."

Tony Stewart Racing is assisting East with the engine and driveline. Stewart's involvement in the venture makes Kahne eligible to compete in the Jan. 14 Race of Champions.

"He'll get to race more, more track time. I'm excited," Stewart said. "Kasey and I have owned open wheel teams and competed against each other, but this gives us a chance to work together on something."

The Chili Bowl is one of the most prestigious midget events of the year and has a star-studded lineup. The entry list is nearing 250 already and includes Sammy and Kevin Swindell, Joey Saldana, Bryan Clauson, and NASCAR drivers Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Kyle Larson.

It's not the first time Kahne has jumped in to honor Leffler.

Kahne wore a black hat with Leffler's "LEFturn" nickname on it the days after Leffler's death, and reaction was so positive he decided to produce the hat to sell as a fundraiser for Charlie Dean's trust.

His website crashed within minutes of him launching sale of the $20 hats.

"We had a lot of people asking about them after wearing them at Michigan, so I thought, `Man, we can do hats,' because I thought a hat was something people could have forever," he said. "But we just sold thousands and thousands of hats. Way more than we were prepared for.

"My mom and my grandma sent hats out for months and months. Some people started getting upset because it was taking so long to get their hat, but at the end of the day, we had two people doing it. We'd still be selling them, but we had to shut it off because I needed them to catch up. It was close to 20,000 hats, and it worked out really well for Charlie."

 

 

Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals nearing 250 entries

 Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (December 17, 2013) From every corner of the racing world, the names are pouring onto the entry list for the 29th Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire. With construction of the Tulsa Expo Raceway underway inside the River Spirit Expo Center, entries are creeping near the 250 mark with 236 entered prior to the December 17 discounted entry deadline.

Included in the latest wave of entries is the name that’s haunted the dreams of Golden Driller hopefuls over the last five years.

Bringing their usual Spike / Esslinger package to Tulsa, Sammy and Kevin Swindell will go for the families combined tenth Golden Driller in Chili Bowl competition. Combined for 25 Chili Bowl “A” Feature starts, Sammy is the only driver entered so far to have competed in 1987’s inaugural event, placing sixth. Rich Vogler was the winner of the 40 lap affair after starting thirteenth. Sammy’s first Chili Bowl triumph came in 1989.

The reigning four-time champion, Kevin Swindell has appeared in 5 Chili Bowl “A” Features. The first to even win back-to-back, Swindell’s drive to victory in 2013 recorded what some have called the greatest laps ever turned at the Chili Bowl. Going blow-for-blow with father Sammy, and racing rival Kyle Larson, a miscue on the part of Larson saw the California driver’s night end on Lap 35 to a jubilant standing ovation.

Three-time Chili Bowl “A” Feature starter, two-time NASCAR Nationwide Champion, and 2013 Sunoco Rookie of the Year in NASCAR Sprint Cup, Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. has also turned his entry into the Chili Bowl office. Stenhouse will try his hand at mastering the Chili Bowl clay in the Clauson/Curb-Agajanian backed No. 6.

The Clauson/Curb-Agajanian name will field a total of four entries with Joey Saldana, Dillon Welch, and Payton Pierce all vying for their first “A” Feature start.

Owner champion in 2005 with Tracy Hines at the wheel, the formidable Wilke-Pak entries will number three with Jerry Coons, Jr. leading the charge with Chase Stockton and Tyler Cortney joining the lineup. Coons has a pair of top fives’ to his credit, placing fourth in 2009 and 2010 among his 14 “A” Feature starts. Coon’s ranks eighth in terms of best overall average finish in Chili Bowl competition.

2013 prelim night winner Chad Boat will again pilot the John Lawson No. 15x. Looking for the success of his father, Billy Boat, who took the Lawson entry to victory in 1997, Chad’s 2013 Chili Bowl ended after contact with another driver on a Lap 7 restart.

Bernie Stuebgen, the man behind Indy Race Parts, will field five entries in the coming Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals. Among the latest to fill a Stuebgen entry is Kokomo, Ind. shoe, Shane Cottle. Eight starts to “The Throttle” in Saturday’s championship event, Cottle ranks thirteenth in average “A” Feature finishes with six top tens’, three top five’s, and a pair of podiums coming in 2000 and 2008.

Among Stuebgen’s list of drivers also includes Chili Bowl Rookies, Domain Ramsay of Geelong, Victory, Australia and Brandon Matus of Wampum, Penn. The “wild ones”, Sheldon and Jac Haudenschild complete the list of Indy Race Parts competitors.

The complete list of entries for the 2014 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire can be found at http://www.chilibowl.com/entries/manual.aspx

The 28th Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire will begin moving teams in on Sunday, January 12, 2014.

Practice is scheduled for Monday, January 13 with the first night of competition getting underway with Tuesday’s Warren CAT Qualifying night as well as the sixth annual Vacuworx Invitational Race of Champions.

Competition continues with Wednesday’s River Spirit Casino Qualifier, Thursday’s John Christner Trucking Qualifier, and Friday Vacuworx Global Qualifier with everything culminating on Saturday’s Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Championship.

The top three in each Qualifying Night A-Feature will transfer directly into the Saturday championship event with the remainder of Saturday’s features lined up according to the Qualifying night finishes.

General Admission seating is available along the back straight-a-way and can be accessed with the purchase of a Pit Pass. Additional information regarding the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl presented by General Tire can be found online at http://www.chilibowl.com. For more updates follow the Chili Bowl on Facebook and on Twitter.

Lucas Oil Chili Bowl presented by General Tire - Quick Facts:

What: 28th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl presented by General Tire

Where: Tulsa Expo Raceway – quarter-mile clay oval inside the River Spirit Expo Center at Tulsa's Expo Square

When: January 14-18, 2014

Tuesday – Warren CAT Qualifying Night plus Vacuworx Invitational Race of Champions Wednesday – River Spirit Casino Qualifying Night Thursday – John Christner Trucking Qualifying Night Friday – Vacuworx Global Qualifying Night Saturday – Lucas Oil Championship Feature Events

Times:

Races Tuesday-Friday begin at 6:00 P.M.. Grandstands open at 3:00 P.M. (CT)

Saturday begins at Noon. Opening Ceremonies following qualifiers is at 6:00 P.M. Grandstands open at 9:00 A.M.

Chili Bowl Champions: Kevin Swindell (2013, 2012, 2011, and 2010), Sammy Swindell (2009, 1998, 1996, 1992 and 1989), Damion Gardner (2008), Tony Stewart (2007 and 2002), Tim McCreadie (2006), Tracy Hines (2005), Cory Kruseman (2004 and 2000), Dan Boorse (2003 and 1999), Jay Drake (2001), Billy Boat (1997), Donnie Beechler (1995), Andy Hillenburg (1994), Dave Blaney (1993), Lealand McSpadden (1991), John Heydenreich (1990), Scott Hatton (1988), Rich Vogler (1987).

VIROC Champions: Kevin Swindell (2013), Sammy Swindell (2012, 2011, and 2009), Brad Loyet (2010)

Past “A” Feature Starters: Sammy Swindell 20, Jerry Coons, Jr. 14, Dave Darland 13, Tracy Hines 12, Cory Kruseman 12, Brad Kuhn 8, Shane Cottle 8, J.J. Yeley 7, P.J Jones 6, Bobby East 5, Matt Westfall 5, Steve Buckwalter 5, Kevin Swindell 5, Casey Shuman 4, Bryan Clauson 4, Davey Ray 4, Michael Pickens 4, Chris Windom 3, Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. 3, Thomas Meseraull 3, Daryn Pittman 3, Shane Golobic 3, Jac Haudenschild 3, Mike Hess 3, Chad Boat 2, Zach Daum 2, Jonathan Beason 2, Billy Wease 2, A.J. Fike 2, Brady Bacon 2, Tony Roney, Andrew Felker, Brandon Waelti, Daniel Adler, Shane Hollingsworth, Paul White, Kevin Thomas, Jr., David Gough, Caleb Armstrong, Richard Vander Weerd, Mike Goodman

Counties Represented: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United States

United State Count: Oklahoma 39, Indiana 34, California 30, Illinois 23, Pennsylvania 12, Missouri 10, Texas 10, Kansas 9, Arizona 7, Ohio 5, Arkansas 4, Colorado 4, Nebraska 4, Delaware 3, Iowa 3, Wyoming 3, North Carolina 2, South Dakota 2, Wisconsin 2, Tennessee 2, Alabama, Connecticut, Florida, Idaho, Michigan, New Jersey, Washington, Mississippi, New Mexico, Nevada, North Dakota, New York

Trade Show: A long standing tradition at the Chili Bowl, the Trade Show, which is open to the public each day (Tuesday 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.

Chili Bowl Online: All official news regarding the 28th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl National presented by General Tire can be found at http://www.chilibowl.com. Updates throughout the Chili Bowl can be found via Facebook and Twitter at http://www.facebook.com/chilibowlnationals and http://www.twitter.com/cbnationals.

Event Coverage: For the first time, the Chili Bowl will be show online on http://www.racinboys.com. The online PPV experience will run from Tuesday through Saturday’s qualifiers. At time of opening ceremonies on Saturday, Racinboys PPV coverage will cease as final features will be shown live on MAVTV American Real for the first time. For a complete listing of channels, and to request MAVTV, log onto http://www.mavtv.com.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the Chili Bowl Midget Nationals. More information about the products available from Lucas Oil can be found at www.lucasoil.com. General Tire is the presenting sponsor of the Chili Bowl. A complete inventory of tires offered by General Tire can be found at www.generaltire.com.

Vacuworx Global is the title sponsor of the VIROC which brings past Chili Bowl Champions as well as champions from around the world together for a single 20 lap race to see who is the best of the best. For more information about Vacuworx log onto www.vacuworx.com. For more information on past champions of the VIROC, log onto www.theviroc.com.

For more information on the Chili Bowl log onto http://www.chilibowl.com or call 918-838-3777.

 

 

Kruseman Motorsports among latest teams to enter the Chili Bowl

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (December 15, 2013) Every year the list of drivers that make up the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire becomes more diverse. Whether dirt, asphalt, or a mixture of the two, drivers that make their way to the clay of the Tulsa Expo Raceway each carry a back story unlike any other event in modern-day motorsports.

With just under a month until the first green flag falls, entries for the 28th running of the world’s largest indoor Midget Sprint Car race are closing in on the 200 mark with 177 between 119 owners confirming their run at the Golden Driller.

Increasing to 37 past feature starters, Cory Kruseman is among the latest Champions to add his name to the roster. Twice a Lucas Oil Chili Bowl winner in 2000 and 2004, Kruseman’s first Chili Bowl “A” Feature start came in 1998. Second only to Sammy Swindell in terms of best average finish in the Chili Bowl’s championship event, Kruseman’s record includes six podium appearances and just as many top fives’ to go along with nine top tens’. Kruseman also has seven preliminary night victories to his credit. Kruseman’s 2013 season included 5 victories.

In addition to his own Lucas Oil No. 21k, Cory’s name will be attached to a total of five entries, including a trio of Chili Bowl Rookies, and one seat still open for business.

Making his mark in the NASCAR development system in 2013, Stonington, Conn. driver David Garbo, Jr. is among the Kruseman Motorsports rookie contenders. Two wins in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series coming on Hickory Motor Speedway in 2013, including four podiums, six top fives’, and 10 top tens’ in fifteen events puts a lot of star-power behind the 17 year old driver.

Working out of Karts, Bradley Morris is the second Rookie in the Kruseman stable. A regular with the Lucas Oil Off-Road Series in Pro-Lite and Pro-Buggy during the 2013 season, 17 year old Morris placed second in season standings for Pro-Buggy and fifth in Pro-Lite competition with three wins to his credit.

The final Kruseman Motorsports rookie is Steve Brown. A regular in the Non-Wing ranks of southern California, 47 year old Brown’s season revolved around Perris Auto Speedway and Ventura Raceway, Brown capped off his season sixth in points in 360cid Non-Wing Sprints at Perris Auto Speedway and third at Ventura.

The addition of the three Kruseman Motorsports’ Rookies brings the count to 37 with driver’s coming from 15 United States as well as three first timers from Australia and one from Canada.

The complete list of entries for the 2014 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire can be found at http://www.chilibowl.com/entries/manual.aspx

The 28th Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire will begin moving teams in on Sunday, January 12, 2014.

Practice is scheduled for Monday, January 13 with the first night of competition getting underway with Tuesday’s Warren CAT Qualifying night as well as the sixth annual Vacuworx Invitational Race of Champions.

Competition continues with Wednesday’s River Spirit Casino Qualifier, Thursday’s John Christner Trucking Qualifier, and Friday Vacuworx Global Qualifier with everything culminating on Saturday’s Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Championship.

The top three in each Qualifying Night A-Feature will transfer directly into the Saturday championship event with the remainder of Saturday’s features lined up according to the Qualifying night finishes.

General Admission seating is available along the back straight-a-way and can be accessed with the purchase of a Pit Pass. Additional information regarding the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl presented by General Tire can be found online at http://www.chilibowl.com. For more updates follow the Chili Bowl on Facebook and on Twitter.

Lucas Oil Chili Bowl presented by General Tire - Quick Facts:

What: 28th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl presented by General Tire

Where: Tulsa Expo Raceway – quarter-mile clay oval inside the River Spirit Expo Center at Tulsa's Expo Square

When: January 14-18, 2014

Tuesday – Warren CAT Qualifying Night plus Vacuworx Invitational Race of Champions Wednesday – River Spirit Casino Qualifying Night Thursday – John Christner Trucking Qualifying Night Friday – Vacuworx Global Qualifying Night Saturday – Lucas Oil Championship Feature Events

Times:

Races Tuesday-Friday begin at 6:00 P.M.. Grandstands open at 3:00 P.M. (CT)

Saturday begins at Noon. Opening Ceremonies following qualifiers is at 6:00 P.M. Grandstands open at 9:00 A.M.

Chili Bowl Champions: Kevin Swindell (2013, 2012, 2011, and 2010), Sammy Swindell (2009, 1998, 1996, 1992 and 1989), Damion Gardner (2008), Tony Stewart (2007 and 2002), Tim McCreadie (2006), Tracy Hines (2005), Cory Kruseman (2004 and 2000), Dan Boorse (2003 and 1999), Jay Drake (2001), Billy Boat (1997), Donnie Beechler (1995), Andy Hillenburg (1994), Dave Blaney (1993), Lealand McSpadden (1991), John Heydenreich (1990), Scott Hatton (1988), Rich Vogler (1987).

VIROC Champions: Kevin Swindell (2013), Sammy Swindell (2012, 2011, and 2009), Brad Loyet (2010)

Past “A” Feature Starters: Dave Darland 13, Tracy Hines 12, Cory Kruseman 12, Brad Kuhn 8, J.J. Yeley 7, P.J Jones 6, Bobby East 5, Matt Westfall 5, Steve Buckwalter 5, Casey Shuman 4, Bryan Clauson 4, Davey Ray 4, Michael Pickens 4, Chris Windom 3, Thomas Meseraull 3, Daryn Pittman 3, Shane Golobic 3, Jac Haudenschild 3, Mike Hess 3, Zach Daum 2, Jonathan Beason 2, Billy Wease 2, A.J. Fike 2, Brady Bacon 2, Tony Roney, Andrew Felker, Brandon Waelti, Daniel Adler, Shane Hollingsworth, Paul White, Kevin Thomas, Jr., David Gough, Caleb Armstrong, Richard Vander Weerd, Mike Goodman

Counties Represented: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United States

United State Count: Oklahoma 34, Indiana 24, California 20, Illinois 18, Pennsylvania 10, Missouri 8, Texas 7, Kansas 6, Ohio 5, Arizona 3, Arkansas 3, Colorado 3, Iowa 3, Wyoming 3, Nebraska 2, North Carolina 2, South Dakota 2, Wisconsin 2, Alabama, Connecticut, Florida, Idaho, Michigan, New Jersey, Washington

Trade Show: A long standing tradition at the Chili Bowl, the Trade Show, which is open to the public each day (Tuesday 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.

Chili Bowl Online: All official news regarding the 28th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl National presented by General Tire can be found at http://www.chilibowl.com. Updates throughout the Chili Bowl can be found via Facebook and Twitter at http://www.facebook.com/chilibowlnationals and http://www.twitter.com/cbnationals.

Event Coverage: For the first time, the Chili Bowl will be show online on http://www.racinboys.com. The online PPV experience will run from Tuesday through Saturday’s qualifiers. At time of opening ceremonies on Saturday, Racinboys PPV coverage will cease as final features will be shown live on MAVTV American Real for the first time. For a complete listing of channels, and to request MAVTV, log onto http://www.mavtv.com.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the Chili Bowl Midget Nationals. More information about the products available from Lucas Oil can be found at www.lucasoil.com. General Tire is the presenting sponsor of the Chili Bowl. A complete inventory of tires offered by General Tire can be found at www.generaltire.com.

Vacuworx Global is the title sponsor of the VIROC which brings past Chili Bowl Champions as well as champions from around the world together for a single 20 lap race to see who is the best of the best. For more information about Vacuworx log onto www.vacuworx.com. For more information on past champions of the VIROC, log onto www.theviroc.com.

For more information on the Chili Bowl log onto http://www.chilibowl.com or call 918-838-3777.

 

 

First Look: 2014 Lucas Oil ASCS National Lineup

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (December 14, 2013) Expanding the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real in more way than one, the national arm of the American Sprint Car Series will potentially see 65 dates, if not more in 2014 with several new venues in the works as well as returns to tracks not seen in over ten years.

Spanning across 15 states and 32 municipalities already, the lineup for the series 23rd season of operation will see new facilities added to the record books of the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real. Along with the expanded schedule over 2013’s lineup of 55 dates, expanded tow-money will be offered with the top 12 in owner-points now eligible for tow-money.

With only a hand full of dates still needing to be finalized, the series will see a return to California with dates in May before heading up to Oregon’s Cottage Grove Speedway.

The Arnold Motor Supply ASCS Knoxville Nationals and Musco Lighting Front Row Challenge will again highlight the start of the Southern Iowa Sprint Week. Other marque events in 2014 include the Devil’s Bowl Spring and Winter Nationals. The COMPcams Short Track Nationals will again make up four dates to close out the month of October.

Lucas Oil Speedway will once again cap off the Summer Speedweek as well as offer up the Jesse Hockett / Daniel McMillin Memorial. The Jackson Nationals will again be sanctioned under the ASCS banner with AtoZ Promotions also working on dates in South Dakota and Kansas for the coming season.

Tony Bruce, Jr. and TJB Promotions will again provide shows for the National Tour at Riverside International Speedway with the Rock-n-Roll 50 in West Memphis, Ark. The Eagle Nationals will also return at the famed high-banked Eagle Raceway in Eagle, Neb. Among Bruce’s crowning achievements for the 2014 season is the series return to Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City, Kan., a joint venture with Scott Traylor and Racinboys.com.

The Cocopah Speedway in Somerton, Ariz. will again open and close the season for the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real with details on the second round of the Cocopah Cup Challenge in the works for another major payday for ASCS drivers.

Racinboys.com will again provide live audio and select live PPV events for the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real in 2014 with broadcasts provided by Lucas Oil and the McCarthy Auto Groups.

Updates to the 2014 schedule will be posted to http://www.ascsracing.com.

Schedule: 2014 Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real

Date - Track - City - State

2/28/2014-Cocopah Speedway-Yuma-Arizona

3/1/2014-Cocopah Speedway-Yuma-Arizona
3/14/2014-Arizona Speedway (Tentative)-Queen Creek-Arizona
3/15/2014-Arizona Speedway (Tentative)-Queen Creek-Arizona
3/21/2014-Devil's Bowl Speedway-Mesquite-Texas
3/22/2014-Devil's Bowl Speedway-Mesquite-Texas

4/11/2014-Lexington 104 Speedway-Lexington-Tennessee
4/12/2014-I-30 Speedway-Little Rock-Arkansas
4/25/2014-Outlaw Motorsports Park-Wainwright-Oklahoma
4/26/2014-Riverside Int. Speedway-West Memphis-Arkansas

5/8/2014-Lakeside Speedway-Kansas City-Kansas
5/9/2014-Heartland Park (Tentative)-Topeka-Kansas
5/14/2014-Placerville Speedway-Placerville-California
5/17/2014-TBA--California
5/18/2014-TBA--California
5/23/2014-Southern Oregon Speedway-Medford-Oregon
5/24/2014-Cottage Grove Speedway-Cottage Grove-Oregon
5/25/2014-Cottage Grove Speedway-Cottage Grove-Oregon
5/30/2014-Salina Speedway-Salina-Kansas
5/31/2014-Eagle Raceway-Eagle-Nebraska

6/6/2014-Lexington 104 Speedway-Lexington-Tennessee
6/7/2014-I-30 Speedway-Little Rock-Arkansas
6/12/2014-Red River Speedway-Wichita Falls-Texas
6/14/2014-Devil's Bowl Speedway-Mesquite-Texas
6/16/2014-Lubbock Motor Speedway (Tentative)-Lubbock-Texas
6/18/2014-Lawton Speedway-Lawton-Oklahoma
6/19/2014-Creek County Speedway-Sapulpa-Oklahoma
6/20/2014-West Siloam Speedway-W. Siloam Springs-Oklahoma
6/21/2014-Lucas Oil Speedway-Wheatland-Missouri

7/4/2014-TBA
7/5/2014-TBA
7/11/2014-Electric City Speedway-Great Falls-Montana
7/12/2014-Billings Motorsports Park-Billings-Montana
7/18/2014-Black Hills Speedway-Rapid City -South Dakota
7/19/2014-I-90 Speedway-Sioux Falls-South Dakota
7/22/2014-Dakota State Fair Speedway -Huron-South Dakota
7/27/2014-Husets Speedway (Tentative)-Husets-South Dakota
7/31/2014-Knoxville Raceway-Knoxville-Iowa

8/1/2014-Knoxville Raceway-Knoxville-Iowa
8/2/2014-Knoxville Raceway-Knoxville-Iowa
8/4/2014-Southern Iowa Speedway-Oskaloosa-Iowa
8/15/2014-TBA--Oklahoma
8/16/2014-Salina Highbanks Speedway-Salina-Oklahoma
8/21/2014-Riverside Int. Speedway-West Memphis-Arkansas
8/22/2014-Lexington 104 Speedway-Lexington-Tennessee
8/23/2014-TBA
8/29/2014-Jackson Speedway-Jackson-Minnesota
8/30/2014-Jackson Speedway-Jackson-Minnesota
8/31/2014-Husets Speedway (Tentative)-Husets-South Dakota

9/19/2014-I-80 Speedway-Greenwood-Nebraska
9/20/2014-I-80 Speedway-Greenwood-Nebraska
9/26/2014-Lucas Oil Speedway-Wheatland-Missouri
9/27/2014-Lucas Oil Speedway-Wheatland-Missouri

10/3/2014-TBA
10/4/2014-Outlaw Motorsports Park-Wainwright-Oklahoma
10/17/2014-Devil's Bowl Speedway-Mesquite-Texas
10/18/2014-Devil's Bowl Speedway-Mesquite-Texas
10/22/2014-I-30 Speedway-Little Rock-Arkansas
10/23/2014-I-30 Speedway-Little Rock-Arkansas
10/24/2014-I-30 Speedway-Little Rock-Arkansas
10/25/2014-I-30 Speedway-Little Rock-Arkansas

11/7/2014-El Paso Speedway Park-El Paso-Texas
11/8/2014-Southern NM Speedway-Las Cruces-New Mexico
11/14/2014-Cocopah Speedway-Yuma-Arizona
11/15/2014-Cocopah Speedway-Yuma-Arizona

**Schedule is subject to change without notice.

 

 

Hines and Darland among latest Chili Bowl entries

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (December 9, 2013) As the December 17 deadline for early entry looms, the number of drivers has begun to swell as the list of Golden Driller hopefuls stands at 137 drivers spread among 95 teams.

Tracy Hines is the first past driver champion to enter the 2014 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire. Topping the field in 2005 for Wilke-Pak, the Indiana native will be behind the wheel of the Bob Parker backed No. 24. Hines, with 12 Chili Bowl “A” Features to his credit, will also field a car in the coming Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals for C.J. Leary.

After a stirring performance that culminated in winning the 73rd Turkey Night Grand Prix, Dave Darland will look to add a Golden Driller to his list of accomplishments in 2014. Ten victories in 2013, Darland will take to the clay in the RW/Curb/Agajanian No. 17R. Dave’s best finish in 13 “A” Feature starts at the Chili Bowl came as a runner up in 2005 to Tracy Hines.

No representing four countries, the latest batch to represent Australia include a pair of Chili Bowl rookies. Pushing the list of first timers to 30, Mathew Smith of Brandy Hill, NSW in the Jerry Hardy backed No. 4AU and Matt Hunter of Silver Ridge, NSW in the No. 13AU, for 2006 owner champion Steve Smith, make their first trip to Tulsa, Okla. Smith, who won the coveted Golden Driller with Tim McCreadie at the wheel in 2006, is the only champion car owner from outside the United States.

The complete list of entries for the 2014 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire can be found at http://www.chilibowl.com/entries/manual.aspx

The 28th Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire will begin moving teams in on Sunday, January 12, 2014.

Practice is scheduled for Monday, January 13 with the first night of competition getting underway with Tuesday’s Warren CAT Qualifying night as well as the sixth annual Vacuworx Invitational Race of Champions.

Competition continues with Wednesday’s River Spirit Casino Qualifier, Thursday’s John Christner Trucking Qualifier, and Friday Vacuworx Global Qualifier with everything culminating on Saturday’s Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Championship.

The top three in each Qualifying Night A-Feature will transfer directly into the Saturday championship event with the remainder of Saturday’s features lined up according to the Qualifying night finishes.

General Admission seating is available along the back straight-a-way and can be accessed with the purchase of a Pit Pass. Additional information regarding the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl presented by General Tire can be found online at http://www.chilibowl.com. For more updates follow the Chili Bowl on Facebook and on Twitter.

Lucas Oil Chili Bowl presented by General Tire - Quick Facts:

What: 28th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl presented by General Tire

Where: Tulsa Expo Raceway – quarter-mile clay oval inside the River Spirit Expo Center at Tulsa's Expo Square

When: January 14-18, 2014

Tuesday – Warren CAT Qualifying Night plus Vacuworx Invitational Race of Champions Wednesday – River Spirit Casino Qualifying Night Thursday – John Christner Trucking Qualifying Night Friday – Vacuworx Global Qualifying Night Saturday – Lucas Oil Championship Feature Events

Times:

Races Tuesday-Friday begin at 6:00 P.M.. Grandstands open at 3:00 P.M. (CT)

Saturday begins at Noon. Opening Ceremonies following qualifiers is at 6:00 P.M. Grandstands open at 9:00 A.M.

Chili Bowl Champions: Kevin Swindell (2013, 2012, 2011, and 2010), Sammy Swindell (2009, 1998, 1996, 1992 and 1989), Damion Gardner (2008), Tony Stewart (2007 and 2002), Tim McCreadie (2006), Tracy Hines (2005), Cory Kruseman (2004 and 2000), Dan Boorse (2003 and 1999), Jay Drake (2001), Billy Boat (1997), Donnie Beechler (1995), Andy Hillenburg (1994), Dave Blaney (1993), Lealand McSpadden (1991), John Heydenreich (1990), Scott Hatton (1988), Rich Vogler (1987).

VIROC Champions: Kevin Swindell (2013), Sammy Swindell (2012, 2011, and 2009), Brad Loyet (2010)

Past “A” Feature Starters: Dave Darland 13, Tracy Hines 12, J.J. Yeley 7, P.J Jones 6, Matt Westfall 5, Steve Buckwalter 5, Casey Shuman 4, Bryan Clauson 4, Davey Ray 4, Michael Pickens 4, Chris Windom 3, Thomas Meseraull 3, Daryn Pittman 3, Shane Golobic 3, Jac Haudenschild 3, Mike Hess 3, Zach Daum 2, Jonathan Beason 2, Billy Wease 2, A.J. Fike 2, Brady Bacon 2, Andrew Felker, Brandon Waelti, Daniel Adler, Shane Hollingsworth

Counties Represented: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United States

United State Count: Oklahoma 29, Indiana 17, Illinois 14, California 13, Pennsylvania 10, Ohio 5, Missouri 5, Texas 4, Kansas 4, Wyoming 3, Arkansas 3, Arizona 3, Wisconsin 2, South Dakota 2, North Carolina 2, Iowa 2, Colorado 2, Washington, New Jersey, Nebraska, Michigan, Idaho

Trade Show: A long standing tradition at the Chili Bowl, the Trade Show, which is open to the public each day (Tuesday 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.

Chili Bowl Online: All official news regarding the 28th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl National presented by General Tire can be found at http://www.chilibowl.com. Updates throughout the Chili Bowl can be found via Facebook and Twitter at http://www.facebook.com/chilibowlnationals and http://www.twitter.com/cbnationals.

Event Coverage: For the first time, the Chili Bowl will be show online on http://www.racinboys.com. The online PPV experience will run from Tuesday through Saturday’s qualifiers. At time of opening ceremonies on Saturday, Racinboys PPV coverage will cease as final features will be shown live on MAVTV American Real for the first time. For a complete listing of channels, and to request MAVTV, log onto http://www.mavtv.com.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the Chili Bowl Midget Nationals. More information about the products available from Lucas Oil can be found at www.lucasoil.com. General Tire is the presenting sponsor of the Chili Bowl. A complete inventory of tires offered by General Tire can be found at www.generaltire.com.

Vacuworx Global is the title sponsor of the VIROC which brings past Chili Bowl Champions as well as champions from around the world together for a single 20 lap race to see who is the best of the best. For more information about Vacuworx log onto www.vacuworx.com. For more information on past champions of the VIROC, log onto www.theviroc.com.

For more information on the Chili Bowl log onto http://www.chilibowl.com or call 918-838-3777.

 

 

West Texas ASCS 305cid 2014 lineup announced
Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (December 9, 2013) Centering around bi-weekly racing in west Texas and southern New Mexico, the West Texas ASCS 305cid presented by Mesilla Valley Transportation has released 24 race schedule for the 2014 season.

The El Paso Speedway Park in El Paso, Texas and Southern New Mexico Speedway in Las Cruces, N.M. will carry the bulk of the season’s races, starting with the combined $6,000 to win Southwest ASCS 305 Sprint Car Shootout, happening March 14-15, 2014.

A two day event in the past, centered in Las Cruces, the race in 2014 will be split between the Texas and New Mexico facilities, with El Paso Friday and Las Cruces on Saturday with each night paying $3,000 to win.

The regular season for the West Texas ASCS 305cid presented by Mesilla Valley Transportation begins in Friday, May 2 in El Paso, and Saturday May, 3 in Las Cruces and goes every other week from there between the facilities.

Races in Amarillo, Albuquerque, and Lubbock are expected to be announced in the coming months during the off weekends from the two home facilities.

John Carney II is the reigning champion of the West Texas 305cid ASCS presented by Mesilla Valley Transportation. Changing from only select events over the past two years that produced 8-12 shows, the format will now offer drivers, whose membership is in good standing, which are unable to attend races outside the areas of El Paso and Las Cruces a chance to run for the season ending point’s fund.

For questions about events with the West Texas ASCS 305cid presented by Mesilla Valley Transportation, contact the El Paso Speedway Park or Southern New Mexico Speedway at 575-524-7913.

For more information on the American Sprint Car Series and all events scheduled for the ASCS Nation in 2014, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com. To schedule an event, call the ASCS office at 918-838-3777.

2014 Schedule of events:
West Texas ASCS 305cid presented by Mesilla Valley Transportation

Date-Location

3/14/2014-El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, TX ($3,000 to win)
3/15/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM ($3,000 to win)

5/2/2014-El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, TX
5/3/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM
5/16/2014-El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, TX
5/17/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM
5/30/2014-El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, TX
5/31/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM

6/13/2014-El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, TX
6/14/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM
6/27/2014-El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, TX
6/28/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM

7/11/2014-El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, TX
7/12/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM
7/25/2014-El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, TX
7/26/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM

8/8/2014-El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, TX
8/9/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM
8/22/2014-El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, TX
8/23/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM

9/5/2014-El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, TX
9/6/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM
9/20/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM

10/4/2014-Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, NM

 

 

ASCS Gulf South Sprint Car Series 2014
“Our 13th year on Tour”

Mar. 14 Golden Triangle Raceway Park, Beaumont, TX.
Mar. 15 Royal Purple Raceway, Baytown, TX.
Apr. 4 Battleground Speedway, Highlands, TX.
Apr. 5 Battleground Speedway, Highlands, TX.
Apr. 18 Heart of Texas Speedway, Waco. TX.
Apr. 19 Gator Motorplex, Willis, TX.
May 2 Golden Triangle Raceway Park, Beaumont, TX.
May 3 Bronco Raceway Park, Cleveland,TX.
May 17 Battleground Speedway, Highlands, TX.
May 23 Cotton Bowl Speedway, Paige TX.
May 24 Shady Oaks Speedway, Goliad, TX.
May 25 South Texas Speedway, Corpus Christi, TX.
June 6 Heart of Texas Speedway, Waco. TX.
June 7 Gator Motorplex, Willis, TX.
June 20 Golden Triangle Raceway Park, Beaumont, TX.
June 21 Royal Purple Raceway, Baytown, TX.
July 3 Cotton Bowl Speedway, Paige, TX.
July 4 South Texas Speedway, Corpus Christi, TX
July 5 Battleground Speedway, Highlands, TX.
July 18 Golden Triangle Raceway Park, Beaumont, TX.
July 19 Bronco Raceway Park, Cleveland, TX.
Aug. 15 Heart of Texas Speedway, Waco. TX.
Aug. 16 Devil’s Bowl Speedway, Mesquite, TX.
Aug. 30 New 171 Speedway, Leesville, LA.
Aug. 31 TBA
Sept.13 Royal Purple Raceway, Baytown, TX.
Sept.27 Battleground Speedway, Highlands, TX.

 

 

First round of 2014 Chili Bowl entries revealed

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (December 3, 2013) Unveiled at 105 entries, the first pool of Golden Driller hopefuls has been released with drivers representing 79 municipalities from 20 states and two countries.

Among the names entered, 21 have competed in Saturday’s championship feature, including 2013 USAC Champion; Bryan Clauson who will pilot the Dooling No. 63 as team mate to New Zeland’s Michael Pickens.

Clauson, with five Chili Bowl appearances to his credit, tallied 25 victories in 2013, achieved his best finish in the Saturday “A” Feature in 2008, finishing fourth. Pickens has four starts to his credit in the Chili Bowl. A third in 2011 highlight’s the “Kiwi’s” record.

Daryn Pittman, who topped the Outlaws in 2013 for the first time, will again pilot the Bob Hurley Ford No. 21.

Topping the drivers entered so far with the most feature starts is J.J. Yeley. Seven times the Phoenix, Ariz. driver has taken the green with a pair of podium finishes, third in 2004 bettering to a runner up in 2007. Three top five’s and four top ten appearances complete Yeley’s Chili Bowl résumé.

P.J Jones has the longest history of drivers entered so far. Making his first Chili Bowl in 1994, the closest first time feature starters among drivers entered is J.J. Yeley, Matt Westfall, and Daryn Pittman who made the call in 1999.

So far, 20 drivers will seek the title of Rookie of the Year with Oklahoma and California providing the largest number of hopefuls. Elk Grove Ford Motorsports has entered a trio of Chili Bowl Rookies. Cole Wood, who capped off his 2013 season as Rookie of the Year in ASCS Nationals competition leads the team of first timers into the Chili Bowl, including Dominic Scelzi, son of four-time NHRA World Champion Gary Scelzi, and Elk Grove’s Chase Johnson.

The complete list of entries for the 2014 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire can be found at http://www.chilibowl.com/entries/manual.aspx

The 28th Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire will begin moving teams in on Sunday, January 12, 2014.

Practice is scheduled for Monday, January 13 with the first night of competition getting underway with Tuesday’s Warren CAT Qualifying night as well as the sixth annual Vacuworx Invitational Race of Champions.

Competition continues with Wednesday’s River Spirit Casino Qualifier, Thursday’s John Christner Trucking Qualifier, and Friday Vacuworx Global Qualifier with everything culminating on Saturday’s Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Championship.

The top three in each Qualifying Night A-Feature will transfer directly into the Saturday championship event with the remainder of Saturday’s features lined up according to the Qualifying night finishes.

General Admission seating is available along the back straight-a-way and can be accessed with the purchase of a Pit Pass. Additional information regarding the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl presented by General Tire can be found online at http://www.chilibowl.com. For more updates follow the Chili Bowl on Facebook and on Twitter.

Lucas Oil Chili Bowl presented by General Tire - Quick Facts:

What: 28th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl presented by General Tire

Where: Tulsa Expo Raceway – quarter-mile clay oval inside the River Spirit Expo Center at Tulsa's Expo Square

When: January 14-18, 2014

Tuesday – Warren CAT Qualifying Night plus Vacuworx Invitational Race of Champions Wednesday – River Spirit Casino Qualifying Night Thursday – John Christner Trucking Qualifying Night Friday – Vacuworx Global Qualifying Night Saturday – Lucas Oil Championship Feature Events

Times:

Races Tuesday-Friday begin at 6:00 P.M.. Grandstands open at 3:00 P.M. (CT)

Saturday begins at Noon. Opening Ceremonies following qualifiers is at 6:00 P.M. Grandstands open at 9:00 A.M.

Chili Bowl Champions: Kevin Swindell (2013, 2012, 2011, and 2010), Sammy Swindell (2009, 1998, 1996, 1992 and 1989), Damion Gardner (2008), Tony Stewart (2007 and 2002), Tim McCreadie (2006), Tracy Hines (2005), Cory Kruseman (2004 and 2000), Dan Boorse (2003 and 1999), Jay Drake (2001), Billy Boat (1997), Donnie Beechler (1995), Andy Hillenburg (1994), Dave Blaney (1993), Lealand McSpadden (1991), John Heydenreich (1990), Scott Hatton (1988), Rich Vogler (1987).

VIROC Champions: Kevin Swindell (2013), Sammy Swindell (2012, 2011, and 2009), Brad Loyet (2010)

Past “A” Feature Starters: J.J. Yeley 7, P.J Jones 6, Matt Westfall 5, Steve Buckwalter 5, Casey Shuman 4, Bryan Clauson 4, Michael Pickens 4, Chris Windom 3, Thomas Meseraull 3, Daryn Pittman 3, Shane Golobic 3, Mike Hess 3, Zach Daum 2, Jonathan Beason 2, Billy Wease 2, A.J. Fike 2, Brady Bacon 2, Andrew Felker, Brandon Waelti, Daniel Adler, Shane Hollingsworth

Trade Show: A long standing tradition at the Chili Bowl, the Trade Show, which is open to the public each day (Tuesday 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.

Chili Bowl Online: All official news regarding the 28th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl National presented by General Tire can be found at http://www.chilibowl.com. Updates throughout the Chili Bowl can be found via Facebook and Twitter at http://www.facebook.com/chilibowlnationals and http://www.twitter.com/cbnationals.

Event Coverage: For the first time, the Chili Bowl will be show online on http://www.racinboys.com. The online PPV experience will run from Tuesday through Saturday’s qualifiers. At time of opening ceremonies on Saturday, Racinboys PPV coverage will cease as final features will be shown live on MAVTV American Real for the first time. For a complete listing of channels, and to request MAVTV, log onto http://www.mavtv.com.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the Chili Bowl Midget Nationals. More information about the products available from Lucas Oil can be found at www.lucasoil.com. General Tire is the presenting sponsor of the Chili Bowl. A complete inventory of tires offered by General Tire can be found at www.generaltire.com.

Vacuworx Global is the title sponsor of the VIROC which brings past Chili Bowl Champions as well as champions from around the world together for a single 20 lap race to see who is the best of the best. For more information about Vacuworx log onto www.vacuworx.com. For more information on past champions of the VIROC, log onto www.theviroc.com.

For more information on the Chili Bowl log onto http://www.chilibowl.com or call 918-838-3777.

 

 

Chili Bowl and Shootout to utilize Racing Electronics staring in 2014
Bryan Hulbert- TULSA, Okla. (December 3, 2013) As grand an event may be, as smooth as the program may appear, it is all for not without proper communication. A simple miscue due to someone not able to hear an order, or the ability to relay that order can bring an event to a grinding halt.
In preparation for the 29th Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout and 28th Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, event managers and directors are pleased to announce Racing Electronics as the official two-way radio supplier for both crown jewel indoor events.
“Racing Electronics is extremely happy to announce our partnership with such legendary events. We look forward to this new venue to showcase our product line and legendary customer service,” commented Director of Motorsports Communication Services, Kevin Hughes.
For anyone who has ever attended at NASCAR Sprint Cup Series event, the use of scanners to listen in to the MRN broadcast during a race weekend is an absolute must. For the first time, fans will be able to use the same UHF style scanner to listen into to race commentary provided by Tony Bokhoven, Randy Ward, Mike Sweeton, and Bryan Hulbert with scanners available for sale and rent at the Shootout and Chili Bowl Trade Shows.
The multi-year deal will also encompasses the American Sprint Car Series in both Regional and National competition.
“I am really pleased to have Racing Electronics on board with the Shootout, Chili Bowl and ASCS. It makes our job easier knowing the equipment we are using is going to work when we need it to,” said Competition Director, Matt Ward of the partnership.
Racing Electronics is a manufacturer and supplier of a complete line of race communication products and accessories, servicing professional drivers and pit crews as well as racing fans. Racing Electronics has been in the racing business for over 25 years and has now grown to be the leading company in Race Communications worldwide. Look around at any major racing event and you will see Racing Electronics everywhere, helping their loyal customers, whether its professional or amateur racers, race fans or series race officials. Racing Electronics see us at the Track.
More information on all the great products of Racing Electronics is at http://www.racingelectronics.com.
The Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout is scheduled for Thursday, January 2, 2014 through Saturday, January 4, 2014. Practice will be held on Wednesday, December 31, 2013. For more information, or to enter the Tulsa Shootout log onto http://www.tulsashootout.com.
The Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire will take place Tuesday, January 14 through Saturday, January 18. Practice will be held on Monday, January 17. For more information log onto http://www.chilibowl.com.

 

Larry Hol picked to lead ASCS Warrior Region

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (December 2, 2013) The Speedway Motors ASCS Warrior Region will be under new leadership in 2014 as Larry Hol has been chosen to lead the Missouri arm of the ASCS Nation. Randy Combs, who saw the transition from W.O.W. to ASCS Warrior as the Series Director since 2009, will remain with the ASCS Warrior Region to oversee tech inspection, as well as be the eyes and ears for Hol in the pit area.

According to posts by Hol and series official Jerry Jenkins on the Warrior Region’s Facebook feed, dates for the 2014 season have already been inked, including three trips to Randolph Country Raceway. The remainder of the schedule is on track to be released in early January, 2014.

The 2014 season will mark the fourth year of operation for the Speedway Motors Warrior Region under the ASCS banner, and fifteenth for the Warrior brand in the state of Missouri. For official news, updates, and information on the ASCS Nation, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

 

 

Warrior Region renews sanction with ASCS

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (November 26, 2013) Amid rumors of a possible split between the Warrior Region as the Tulsa, Okla. based American Sprint Car Series, the Missouri arm of the ASCS Nation will remain for the 2014 season.

Talking with Larry about the coming season, the longtime Warrior Region official envisions growing the series both in terms of races, and corporate support, “What I really want to see happen is to begin developing more partnerships with Missouri based companies to help support Sprint Car racing and the drivers and at the same time, bring them into the racing fold. Missouri has always been kind of a hotbed for open wheel racing, and I don’t want to see that diminishing.”

Working on the 2014 slate, 15 to 20 events are planned for the coming season with the goal of expanding that number close to 24 in the coming years. “We just need to find some new venues, and increase the entertainment value built up in the place we are going to,” said Hol of the coming season.

Jerry Jenkins, who will continue assisting the Speedway Motors Warrior Region in 2014 commented about the coming season, “We’re excited for the direction that ASCS is going. We all have the same interest with growing Sprint Car racing. This is a series that allows the young drivers a place to start and we want to expand upon that. Sprint Car racing has a lot of roots in Missouri. I grew up in racing with my father racing Sprint Cars, so it’s a great passion of mine. I’m very excited to be a part of Sprint Car racing and be able to continue that tradition that has been in Missouri for so many years.”

One of the goals of the 2014 season is to help build a bigger points fund for the Warrior Region drivers. Working with Emmett Hahn, a presenting sponsor for the region is being sought. Another plan of Hol’s for 2014 is to bring Heat Race sponsors that will reward drivers, and also help build up the Warrior Region’s point’s fund.

A 2014 lineup is scheduled for release shortly after the start of the New Year. For updates concerning the Speedway Motors Warrior Region, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

 

 

ASCS Southwest Region wraps up Saturday at Arizona Speedway

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (November 19, 2013) The final race of the season for the Hose Advantage Store Southwest Region on Saturday, November 23 at the Arizona Speedway also holds the distinction of the final race of the ASCS Nation in 2013.

The 196th ASCS sanctioned event of the year, the Queen Creek, Ariz. oval has seen the Hose Advantage Store in competition three previous times with Logan Forler utilizing weekends close to home to knock off two wins on March 30 and October 5. Series point’s leader Rick Ziehl raced to victory on July 6.

Entering as the 2013 points champion, Ziehl continues to be the name of Winged Sprint Car racing in Arizona with his sixth title in as many years that the Southwest Region has been in existence.

The Saturday date at the Arizona Speedway also feature Pure Stocks, AMA Modlites, Bombers, and a Mechanics Race. Races are scheduled to begin at 6:30 P.M. with gates opening at 5:00 P.M. Admission is $15 for adults with children 6 years and younger admitted into the grandstands free.

Arizona Speedway is located within ET Moto Park, minutes from Mesa on Ironwood Dr. 4 miles south of US 60. For more information log onto http://www.arizonaspeedway.net or call the track at 480-926-6688.

The ASCS Southwest Region has been provided in 2013 by the Hose Advantage Store of Phoenix, Ariz. For official news, information, and updates on the ASCS Nation, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

 

 

Teams honored at Lucas Oil ASCS Awards Banquet

Bryan Hulbert - SOMERTON, Ariz. (November 10, 2013) The season isn’t over until the checks and trophies are handed out, and $220,000 in checks and nearly $100,000 in contingences was given out to the drivers with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real at the Cocopah Resort and Casino on Sunday, November 10.

Taking the lions share at $60,000 Jason Johnson was honored as the 2013 Lucas Oil ASCS National Champion. His fourth title in six years, Jason reflected that his proudest accomplishment has been as an owner, taking the Owners Championship four years running.

Specialty awards included the High/Low Draw. Cole Wood had the lowest average draw on the season at 26.86. Logan Forler had the highest average draw of the season at 41.89. The Ronald Laney Hard Charger Award, which is awarded to the drive who accumulates the most passing points during Heat Race competition, was to Brad Loyet who amassed a total of 3510.5 passing points in 2013.

Philip Dietz was awarded the Lee Maier Mechanic of the Year.

Brodix Rookie of the Year was earned by Cole Wood with 2012 rookie Brad Loyet earned recognition as the Most Improved Driver.

Jeff Swindell was recognized by Kelly Westphal of Wesmar Racing Engines for winning the 2013 ASCS Speedweek which was renamed the Bob Westphal Memorial Speedweek.

Emmett Hahn address the room with highlights of what teams can expect in 2014 included an expanded schedule with several new venues in the works. The ASCS founder also commented on the continued Television coverage provided by MAVTV American Real, saying that live telecasts are in the works for the coming season.

The American Sprint Car Series would like to thank our fans, drivers, crews, and sponsors for their support in 2013 and look forward to the twenty-third year of competition which begins back at the Cocopah Speedway in Somerton, Ariz. on February 28, 2014.

Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real

2013 “A” Feature Winners: Jason Johnson-10, Jeff Swindell-5, Johnny Herrera-4, Roger Crockett-3, Brian Brown-4, Danny Lasoski-3, Logan Forler-2, Brad Loyet-2, Tony Bruce, Jr.-2, Sammy Swindell-2, Kyle Bellm, Jack Dover, Seth Bergman, Jonathan Cornell, Travis Rilat, Justin Henderson, Shane Stewart, Tim Crawley, Anthony Nicholson, Christopher Bell, David Gravel

Final 2013 Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10) 1. Jason Johnson 5,363; 2. Johnny Herrera 5,251; 3. Jeff Swindell 5,061; 4. Brad Loyet 5,006; 5. Tony Bruce, Jr. 4,964; 6. Logan Forler 4,868; 7. Seth Bergman 4,700; 8. Dustin Morgan 4,410; 9. Cole Wood 4,137; 10. Brandon Hahn 3,484;

The 2013 season marks the twenty-second year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation and into Canada. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of nine different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, Roush Yates Racing Engines, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, SBI Fuel Bladders, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Xtreme Accu-Tach, Simpson, LeJoie Seating, Ti 22 Performance, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley’s Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Jason Johnson earns fourth Lucas Oil ASCS Title!

Bryan Hulbert - SOMERTON, Ariz. (November 9, 2013) The final night of competition for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real in 2013 was one for the record books as Jason Johnson completed the sweep of the four race Cocopah Cup Challenge to secure his fourth Lucas Oil ASCS National Title.

A record in terms of a winner’s pay, the $5,000 bonus for the sweep brought Jason’s payday to $25,000 making the 2013 Season Finale the highest paying winner’s check ever doled out in Lucas Oil ASCS competition. Taking a combined $41,000 from the Cocopah Speedway with the four race sweep, Jason Johnson stood on cloud nine in Victory Lane with son Jaxx and wife Bobbi.

“It just speaks volumes about this team and what they’ve accomplished,” commented Johnson of the victory.

Gridding the MVT No. 41 fourth for the season’s final 30 lap Protect the Harvest feature event, Johnson ran third the first eight revolutions, trialing front row starters Tony Bruce, Jr. and Logan Forler.

Working the inside line of the Cocopah Speedway, Johnson worked past Forler on Lap 9 for second, then Bruce on Lap 10 for the race lead.

Under green from the start, slower traffic began coming into play by the eleventh round. Forced to the cushion, the Waco Metals No. 41 began distancing himself from Bruce who was contending with large amounts of oil beginning to pour out the left side the Briely Trucking No. 18.

Falling to third on Lap 15, the oil leak finally ended Bruce’s night on Lap 20.

Still having not seen a caution, Logan Forler began closing the gap on Johnson for the race lead. Slowly chipping away at the advantage of Johnson, the No. 2L closed the gap in a hurry with nine laps to run.

With slower traffic situated to the inside of Johnson’s No. 41, Forler seized the opportunity at the lead. Sticking to the hub of the Cocopah Speedway; Forler powered almost even with Johnson exiting turn two; pitting the pair into a drag race for the bottom of turn three.

Asked if he did in fact see Forler’s bid for the lead, Johnson replied, “Hell yeah I saw him. I went to the top side and was just hung up behind a lapped car and actually, I was watching Seth Bergman . He was getting a good run off the bottom when I was trying to get a run on him then coming out of turn two, I glanced back and saw Forler just to the inside of me so from that point on, I wasn’t going to miss my marks.”

Logan Forler‘s runner up finish was his eighth podium appearance of the season. Having to overcome mechanical problems earlier in the evening, Forler commented on his run with a tired draw, “We had a real scramble of a night but Jason did a great job. I tried to put him under pressure the last few laps but, he’s been doing this a long time so it’s hard to put pressure on someone with that much experience.”

Marching from eleventh, Christopher Bell rode the ever thinning cushion of the Cocopah Speedway. Closing on Johnson and Forler in the closing laps, Bell looked to be a possible threat for the win before running out of laps. “It was a bummer. I was hoping we could get a yellow late in the race when I moved to third but, oh well, we’ll take third and move on.”

Brad Loyet’s fourth place finish from eighth secured his fourth place finish in the season’s final standings with Danny Lasoski rebounding to fifth after falling to eighth on the opening laps.

Roger Crockett was awarded a Promoter’s Provisional and screamed from twenty-fifth to sixth. D.J. Netto in the Lucas Oil No. 5h advanced from tenth to seventh with Johnny Herrera, despite suffering a hand injury in his Heat Race due to rock and having to advance from the night’s second B-Feature, clawing from eighteenth to eighth. Travis Rilat and Mason Moore completed the top ten.

Friday’s entry of 41 drivers returned from Saturday night with five heat races seeing Christopher Bell, Logan Forler, Jeff Swindell, Mason Moore, and James Mosher taking wins. A pair of B-Features went to Johnny Herrera and Blake Hahn.

Provisionals were taken by Seth Bergman who utilized a bonus provisional earned during the season for full points. Cole Wood used his final partial point provisional to make the show. Promoter’s Provisionals were awarded by Roger Crockett and Barry Martinez.

The 2013 Awards Banquet will take place on Sunday, November 10, 2013 at the Cocopah Resort and Casino at 3:00 P.M. (MT). A broadcast of the awards show is scheduled on Racinboys.com but is subject to change depending on internet availability.

Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real Cocopah Speedway - Somerton, Ariz. Cocopah Cup Challenge - Season Finale Saturday, November 9, 2013

Event Car Count: 41

Wesmar Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 31B-Christopher Bell[1]; 2. 9R-Reece Goetz[4]; 3. 74-Colby Copeland[2]; 4. 82-Bryan Clauson[3]; 5. 98-Joe Ramaker[5]; 6. 95-Matt Covington[8]; 7. 90-Lance Norick[7]; 8. (DNF) 27DD-David Hoiness[6]

Ti22 Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 2L-Logan Forler[5]; 2. 33V-Henry VanDam[1]; 3. 17-Blake Hahn[2]; 4. 99-Brady Bacon[4]; 5. 11-Roger Crockett[7]; 6. 23-Seth Bergman[6]; 7. 57X-Lucas Wolfe[3]; 8. 55-Don Sink[8]

Rod End Supply Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 94-Jeff Swindell[1]; 2. 05-Brad Loyet[4]; 3. 39C-Travis Rilat[6]; 4. 21A-Aaron Reutzel[2]; 5. 41W-Joshua Williams[5]; 6. 20Z-Rick Ziehl[7]; 7. 29S-Darrell Sickles[3]

Saldana Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 22-Mason Moore[2]; 2. 29-Brandon Hahn[1]; 3. 5H-D.J. Netto[6]; 4. 93-Dustin Morgan[4]; 5. 12M-Kolt Walker[5]; 6. 66-Barry Martinez[7]; 7. 83-Matthew White[3]

BMRS Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 12-James Mosher[1]; 2. 35M-Sean Becker[3]; 3. 17W-Cole Wood[4]; 4. 45X-Johnny Herrera[5]; 5. 9-Ryan Linder[6]; 6. 57-James Aragon[2]; DNS 17H-Harli White

DMI B Feature 1 (12 Laps, Top 3 advance): 1. 17-Blake Hahn[2]; 2. 93-Dustin Morgan[4]; 3. 95-Matt Covington[6]; 4. 17W-Cole Wood[1]; 5. 11-Roger Crockett[3]; 6. 20Z-Rick Ziehl[8]; 7. 23-Seth Bergman[9]; 8. 90-Lance Norick[10]; 9. 41W-Joshua Williams[7]; 10. 29S-Darrell Sickles[11]; 11. 55-Don Sink[13]; 12. (DNF) 9-Ryan Linder[5]; DNS 27DD-David Hoiness

The Joie of Seating B Feature 2 (12 Laps, Top 3 advance): 1. 45X-Johnny Herrera[2]; 2. 99-Brady Bacon[3]; 3. 82-Bryan Clauson[4]; 4. 21A-Aaron Reutzel[5]; 5. 74-Colby Copeland[1]; 6. 12M-Kolt Walker[7]; 7. 66-Barry Martinez[8]; 8. 17H-Harli White[12]; 9. 98-Joe Ramaker[6]; 10. (DNF) 83-Matthew White[11]; DNS 57-James Aragon; DNS 57X-Lucas Wolfe

Protect the Harvest A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 41-Jason Johnson[4]; 2. 2L-Logan Forler[2]; 3. 31B-Christopher Bell[11]; 4. 05-Brad Loyet[8]; 5. 21-Danny Lasoski[6]; 6. 11-Roger Crockett[25]; 7. 5H-D.J. Netto[10]; 8. 45X-Johnny Herrera[18]; 9. 39C-Travis Rilat[9]; 10. 22-Mason Moore[3]; 11. 33V-Henry VanDam[15]; 12. 94-Jeff Swindell[12]; 13. 82-Bryan Clauson[22]; 14. 99-Brady Bacon[20]; 15. 23-Seth Bergman[23]; 16. 9R-Reece Goetz[7]; 17. 17-Blake Hahn[17]; 18. 95-Matt Covington[21]; 19. 35M-Sean Becker[14]; 20. 93-Dustin Morgan[19]; 21. 17W-Cole Wood[24]; 22. 66-Barry Martinez[26]; 23. 12-James Mosher[13]; 24. (DNF) 18-Tony Bruce Jr[1]; 25. (DNF) 29-Brandon Hahn[16]; DNS 28-Jonathan Cornell

Lap Leader(s): Tony Bruce, Jr. 1-9, Jason Johnson 10-30 PitstopUSA.com Hard Charger: Roger Crockett +19 Hawk Performance Products Fastest Lap of the Night: Logan Forler - 16.268 seconds Provisionals: Cole Wood, Seth Bergman, Barry Martinez, and Roger Crockett

2013 “A” Feature Winners: Jason Johnson-10, Jeff Swindell-5, Johnny Herrera-4, Roger Crockett-3, Brian Brown-4, Danny Lasoski-3, Logan Forler-2, Brad Loyet-2, Tony Bruce, Jr.-2, Sammy Swindell-2, Kyle Bellm, Jack Dover, Seth Bergman, Jonathan Cornell, Travis Rilat, Justin Henderson, Shane Stewart, Tim Crawley, Anthony Nicholson, Christopher Bell, David Gravel

Final 2013 Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10) 1. Jason Johnson 5,363; 2. Johnny Herrera 5,251; 3. Jeff Swindell 5,061; 4. Brad Loyet 5,006; 5. Tony Bruce, Jr. 4,964; 6. Logan Forler 4,868; 7. Seth Bergman 4,700; 8. Dustin Morgan 4,410; 9. Cole Wood 4,137; 10. Brandon Hahn 3,484;

The 2013 season marks the twenty-second year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation and into Canada. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of nine different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, Roush Yates Racing Engines, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, SBI Fuel Bladders, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Xtreme Accu-Tach, Simpson, LeJoie Seating, Ti 22 Performance, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley’s Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

Jason Johnson dominates prelim night at Cocopah Speedway

Bryan Hulbert - SOMERTON, Ariz. (November 8, 2013) Drawing the highest pill to earn the final starting spot in Heat Race competition, Jason Johnson turned his night around making the redraw for Friday’s A-Feature; drawing the pole and leading flag-to-flag for his ninth Protect the Harvest A-Feature triumph of the season.

Taking one step closer to the season ending $60,000 champion’s prize, Johnson’s win also put the MVT No. 41 that much close to a $25,000 payday Saturday night, rather than $20,000, if the Eunice, La. shoe can complete the weekend sweep at the Cocopah Speedway, only needing to take the green flag in Saturday’s finale to secure his fourth Lucas Oil ASCS National Championship.

Crossing ahead of Danny Lasoski by 3.675 seconds at the finish, Johnson was all but a lap away from his night ending early as the engine under the bonnet of the No. 41 turned its final revolution as the checkered flag flew.

Dropping a cylinder in the closing laps, Johnson was unsure if it was an engine, or fuel leak that was causing the Roush/Yates power plant to skip a beat. During his post-race interview, Johnson admitted to playing a little dangerous and finishing despite being covered in Methanol, “I’ll be honest, most of the time when I feel fuel, or smell fuel, I’m out of there. I’ve been burnt too many times to take a chance but there’s a lot of money on the line right here in addition to the point’s championship. We like to defy the odds and the odds are definitely against us tomorrow to pull off the clean sweep, but we’ll give it our best shot.”

Danny Lasoski capitalized on a Lap 21 restart to grab away second from Tony Bruce, Jr.

Taking the BC Funds No. 21 through the center of the Cocopah Speedway entering turn one, Lasoski commented on the move by simply saying, “Where ever Tony went, I was going the opposite.”

Commenting on restarts with slower cars between himself and Johnson, the drive of the Bob Miller Motorsports No. 21 replied, “I would have liked to have the opportunity to see if we were as good as him [Jason Johnson]; it didn’t happen but we’re locked in and we’ll see what happens tomorrow night.”

Tony Bruce, Jr. settled for the final step on the podium in the Briley Trucking No. 18 after several closing lap battles that involved Johnny Herrera, Jonathan Cornell, and at times Christopher Bell. “I was running the bottom of one and two and all the sudden it just went away but all in all, we’re locked in for tomorrow and that’s the important thing. Sometimes you just get a little bit lucky and fortunately, luck was on our side tonight”, commented Bruce who has moved to a single point behind Brad Loyet in driver’s standings.

Jonathan Cornell edged out Johnny Herrera in the final turns to capture the final transfer into Saturday’s A-Feature. Herrera’s fifth place run was his twenty-fifth of the season.

Christopher Bell came from twelfth to sixth with Aaron Reutzel from eleventh to seventh. Utilizing a Promoter’s Provisional, ASCS Northwest Champion Roger Crockett blazed a trail from twenty-fifth to eighth to earn the PitStopUSA.com Hard Charger of the Night. Jeff Swindell crossed ninth with Bryan Clauson taking the Buffalo Wild Wings No. 82 from nineteenth to complete the top ten.

Breaking 41 drivers from 15 states into five heats, Matt Covington, Aaron Reutzel, Johnny Herrera, Brad Loyet, and Tony Bruce, Jr. earned victories. A pair of B-Features went to Logan Forler and Rick Ziehl.

Partial point Provisionals were taken by Cole Wood and Brandon Hahn.

Saturday at the Cocopah Speedway will have gates opening at 5:00 P.M. with races beginning at 7:00 P.M. (MT). Live PPV can be purchased at http://www.racinboys.com for $15. For further information on the American Sprint Car Series, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real Cocopah Speedway - Somerton, Ariz. Cocopah Cup Challenge - Round 3 Friday, November 8, 2013

Car Count: 41

Wesmar Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[6]; 2. 9R-Reece Goetz[1]; 3. 21-Danny Lasoski[8]; 4. 82-Bryan Clauson[3]; 5. 22-Mason Moore[5]; 6. 74-Colby Copeland[7]; 7. 55-Don Sink[9]; 8. (DNF) 11-Roger Crockett[4]; 9. (DNF) 17-Blake Hahn[2]

Ti22 Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 21A-Aaron Reutzel[1]; 2. 5H-D.J. Netto[2]; 3. 94-Jeff Swindell[7]; 4. 31B-Christopher Bell[8]; 5. 35M-Sean Becker[6]; 6. 17H-Harli White[4]; 7. 57-James Aragon[3]; 8. 83-Matthew White[5]

Rod End Supply Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 45X-Johnny Herrera[2]; 2. 39C-Travis Rilat[6]; 3. 33V-Henry VanDam[5]; 4. 20Z-Rick Ziehl[3]; 5. 99-Brady Bacon[7]; 6. 66-Barry Martinez[8]; 7. 29S-Darrell Sickles[1]; 8. (DNF) 9-Ryan Linder[4]

Saldana Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 05-Brad Loyet[2]; 2. 29-Brandon Hahn; 3. 12M-Kolt Walker[7]; 4. 23-Seth Bergman[3]; 5. 2L-Logan Forler[8]; 6. 17W-Cole Wood[4]; 7. 57X-Lucas Wolfe[1]; 8. 27DD-David Hoiness[5]

BMRS Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[7]; 2. 12-James Mosher[1]; 3. 41-Jason Johnson[8]; 4. 29-Brandon Hahn[2]; 5. 90-Lance Norick[4]; 6. 93-Dustin Morgan[3]; 7. 98-Joe Ramaker[5]; 8. 41W-Joshua Williams[6]

DMI B Feature 1 (12 Laps, Top 3 advance): 1. 2L-Logan Forler[1]; 2. 82-Bryan Clauson[2]; 3. 23-Seth Bergman[3]; 4. 11-Roger Crockett[12]; 5. 29-Brandon Hahn[4]; 6. 17W-Cole Wood[7]; 7. 98-Joe Ramaker[8]; 8. 66-Barry Martinez[6]; 9. 90-Lance Norick[5]; 10. 57X-Lucas Wolfe[10]; 11. 83-Matthew White[11]; 12. (DNF) 55-Don Sink[13]; 13. (DNF) 9-Ryan Linder[9]

Joie of Seating B Feature 2 (12 Laps, Top 3 advance): 1. 20Z-Rick Ziehl[2]; 2. 93-Dustin Morgan[7]; 3. 74-Colby Copeland[5]; 4. 41W-Joshua Williams[10]; 5. 22-Mason Moore[4]; 6. 17H-Harli White[6]; 7. 17-Blake Hahn[12]; 8. 29S-Darrell Sickles[9]; 9. (DNF) 99-Brady Bacon[1]; 10. (DNF) 57-James Aragon[8]; DNS 27DD-David Hoiness; DNS 35M-Sean Becker

Protect the Harvest A Feature (25 Laps, Top 4 lock into Saturday’s finale): 1. 41-Jason Johnson[1]; 2. 21-Danny Lasoski[4]; 3. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[2]; 4. 28-Jonathan Cornell[3]; 5. 45X-Johnny Herrera[6]; 6. 31B-Christopher Bell[12]; 7. 21A-Aaron Reutzel[11]; 8. 11-Roger Crockett[25]; 9. 94-Jeff Swindell[5]; 10. 82-Bryan Clauson[19]; 11. 2L-Logan Forler[17]; 12. 5H-D.J. Netto[14]; 13. 05-Brad Loyet[9]; 14. 39C-Travis Rilat[10]; 15. 9R-Reece Goetz[15]; 16. 74-Colby Copeland[22]; 17. 93-Dustin Morgan[20]; 18. 23-Seth Bergman[21]; 19. 29-Brandon Hahn[24]; 20. 12-James Mosher[16]; 21. (DNF) 17W-Cole Wood[23]; 22. (DNF) 95-Matt Covington[8]; 23. (DNF) 20Z-Rick Ziehl[18]; 24. (DNF) 33V-Henry VanDam[13]; 25. (DNF) 12M-Kolt Walker[7]

Lap Leader(s): Jason Johnson 1-30 PitstopUSA.com Hard Charger: Roger Crockett +17 Hawk Performance Products Fastest Lap of the Night: Jason Johnson - 16.755 seconds Provisionals: Cole Wood, Brandon Hahn, and Roger Crockett

2013 “A” Feature Winners: Jason Johnson-9, Jeff Swindell-5, Johnny Herrera-4, Roger Crockett-3, Brian Brown-4, Danny Lasoski-3, Logan Forler-2, Brad Loyet-2, Tony Bruce, Jr.-2, Sammy Swindell-2, Kyle Bellm, Jack Dover, Seth Bergman, Jonathan Cornell, Travis Rilat, Justin Henderson, Shane Stewart, Tim Crawley, Anthony Nicholson, Christopher Bell, David Gravel

2013 Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10) 1. Jason Johnson 5,213; 2. Johnny Herrera 5,132; 3. Jeff Swindell 4,953; 4. Brad Loyet 4,876; 5. Tony Bruce, Jr. 4,875; 6. Logan Forler 4,726; 7. Seth Bergman 4,598; 8. Dustin Morgan 4,318; 9. Cole Wood 4,067; 10. Brandon Hahn 3,396;

The 2013 season marks the twenty-second year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation and into Canada. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of nine different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, Roush Yates Racing Engines, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, SBI Fuel Bladders, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Xtreme Accu-Tach, Simpson, LeJoie Seating, Ti 22 Performance, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley’s Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

Lucas Oil ASCS Season Finale kicks off with Fanfest

Bryan Hulbert – SOMERTON, Ariz. (November 5, 2013) The 2013 season for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real will be decided this Friday, November 8 and Saturday, November 9 at the Cocopah Speedway in Somerton, Ariz. but before the green flag drops on the final two nights of national competition, fans will get the chance to meet the drivers and view the machines that will sling mud at the three-eighths mile Arizona oval.

Slated for Thursday, November 7 at the Cocopah Resort and Casino, located directly across the street from the Cocopah Speedway, the Fanfest will begin at 4:00 P.M. (MT) in the front lawn of the Cocopah Resort and Casino.

Much like the spring event, a press conference will be held for local fans and media to deliver questions to series drivers and officials.

Following that, fans will be allowed to cruise the grounds and view the machines. The event will also include live music for all to enjoy. Food vendors will be on site as well as ASCS National Tour, Cocopah Speedway, and driver apparel. Fanfest admission is free to anyone who wishes to attend.

Tickets for the final rounds of the 2013 Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real National Tour can be purchased day of the event or online at http://www.cocopahspeedway.com. For any further questions regarding Fanfest or day of race events, call the Cocopah Speedway office at 928-344-1563 or email info@cocopahspeedway.com.

The Series:

Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real

When and Where:

Cocopah Speedway County 15th & US 95 Somerton, AZ 85350

Thursday, November 7 - Fanfest stating at 4:00 P.M. at the Cocopah Resort and Casino.

Friday, November 8 - Gates Open at 5:00 P.M. (MT) / Racing at 7:00 P.M.

Saturday, November 9 - Gates Open at 5:00 P.M. (MT) / Racing at 7:00 P.M.

Contact Information:

Website: http://www.cocopahspeedway.com Email: info@cocopahspeedway.com Phone: 928-344-1563

Series History: Cocopah Speedway

The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real has visited the Cocopah Speedway four times beginning in 2012. Three drivers have earned National Tour wins at the three-eighths mile oval. Past Winners: Dustin Morgan (3/9/12), Danny Wood (3/10/12), Jason Johnson (3/1/13 and 3/2/13)

Event Coverage:

Online PPV will be available both nights at http://www.racinboys.com for $15 per night, or, $25 for both nights. Live broadcasts are brought to you by Lucas Oil and presented by the McCarthy Auto Group, located in the Kansas City metropolitan area.

Line-ups, finishes, and further updates are provided throughout each race night at http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs and http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs

Live Timing and scoring is available at most Lucas Oil ASCS events via Race Monitor which is available in the App Store of your Smart Phone or Tablet.

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2013 “A” Feature Winners: Jason Johnson-8, Jeff Swindell-5, Johnny Herrera-4, Roger Crockett-3, Brian Brown-4, Danny Lasoski-3, Logan Forler-2, Brad Loyet-2, Tony Bruce, Jr.-2, Sammy Swindell-2, Kyle Bellm, Jack Dover, Seth Bergman, Jonathan Cornell, Travis Rilat, Justin Henderson, Shane Stewart, Tim Crawley, Anthony Nicholson, Christopher Bell, David Gravel

2013 Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10) 1. Jason Johnson 5,063; 2. Johnny Herrera 5,007; 3. Jeff Swindell 4,837; 4. Brad Loyet 4,770; 5. Tony Bruce, Jr. 4,740; 6. Logan Forler 4,616; 7. Seth Bergman 4,502; 8. Dustin Morgan 4,220; 9. Cole Wood 3,987; 10. Brandon Hahn 3,314;

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The 2013 season marks the twenty-second year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation and into Canada. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of nine different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, Roush Yates Racing Engines, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, SBI Fuel Bladders, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Xtreme Accu-Tach, Simpson, LeJoie Seating, Ti 22 Performance, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley’s Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Lucas Oil ASCS Championship Battle heads to Arizona

Bryan Hulbert - SOMERTON, Ariz. (November 3, 2013) All the miles, all the laps, all the strategy comes down to a single weekend as the stage is set for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real season finale on Friday, November 8 and Saturday, November 9 at the Cocopah Speedway in Somerton, Ariz. just outside Yuma.

Presented by the Cocopah Resort and Casino, A first day purse of $3,000 to win on Friday, will give way to a staggering $20,000 to win on Saturday night with a possible $5,000 bonus on the line for series points leader Jason Johnson.

The final two rounds of the Cocopah Cup Challenge, the opening rounds in March saw the three time series champion sweep the weekend’s $3,000 and $10,000 to win features. If Johnson can repeat that success, his total bank from the three-eighths mile Arizona oval in 2013 will be $41,000.

Following a weekend of ups and down in the fight for the season ending $60,000 champions check, challenger Johnny Herrera nearly saw all hopes at the title dashed when the MVT No. 45x was involved in a three car melee on the start of Friday’s Protect the Harvest A-Feature at the El Paso Speedway Park. Retreating to the work area, several teams jumped in to complete repairs on Herrera’s mangled machine as track crews went to work patching the catch fence that lines the front straight-a-way. Axles, Wings, Shocks, and a myriad of bolt on parts were exchanged and Herrera was able to come from the tail to tenth while Johnson placed sixth.

Saturday night at the Southern New Mexico Speedway was Jason Johnson’s turn it seemed. Tipping over in his Heat Race trying to avoid the spinning No. 17w of Cole Wood, crews were able to get Johnson back to the track with time to spare. Transferring to the A-Feature, the start sent to the Waco Metals No. 41 back to the work area after colliding with the flipping No. 41x of Cody Mansfield. Wings and a handful of bolt on parts saw the No. 41 returning to the racing surface with Johnson rallying to ninth with Herrera placing third.

A 66 point advantage over Herrera going into the weekend, the difference stands at 56 between the top two point earners going into the season finale.

Third sitting Jeff Swindell placed the Heartland Catfish No. 94 second Friday night. Running in the top five in the closing laps Saturday night, mechanical issues in the final rounds relegated Swindell to tenth to bring his advantage over Brad Loyet to 67 points who suffered a DNF Saturday.

A difference of 67 from third to fifth going into the weekend’s events in El Paso and Las Cruces, the advantage stands now at 97 as Tony Bruce, Jr. was forced to utilize his final two Bonus Point Provisionals of the season. Climbing to tenth in El Paso, Bruce was forced out of the race when the fuel cell ruptured in the closing laps resulting in a sixteenth place finish. Despite the use of his provisional on Saturday, the TBJ Promotions No. 18 clawed from twenty-third to sixth to remain within striking distance of a run on Loyet for fourth 30 points behind.

Logan Forler has all but secured sixth in tour standings. His season to date includes a personal best at two wins, 10 top fives’, and 26 to ten finishes. Seth Bergman, comfortably seventh, has also posted a season best record at one win, 9 top fives’, and 25 top tens’.

Dustin Morgan, with 7 top fives’, and 22 top tens’ will end his season eighth with rookies Cole Wood and Brandon Hahn taking the final spots in the top ten.

The final rounds of the 2013 season will be preceded by a Fanfest on Thursday, November 7 at the Cocopah Resort and Casino directly across the street from the Cocopah Speedway starting at 4:00 P.M. (MT). A press conference, live music, car show, and food will all be a part of the Thursday evening event on the front lawn of the Cocopah Resort and Casino.

Friday, November 8 and Saturday, November 9 will have front gates opening at 5:00 P.M. with races getting underway at 7:00 P.M. Pits are scheduled to open at 2:00 P.M. both days. The weekend will filmed for a later broadcast on MAVTV.

The Series:

Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real

When and Where:

Cocopah Speedway County 15th & US 95 Somerton, AZ 85350

Thursday, November 7 - Fanfest stating at 4:00 P.M. at the Cocopah Resort and Casino.

Friday, November 8 - Gates Open at 5:00 P.M. (MT) / Racing at 7:00 P.M.

Saturday, November 9 - Gates Open at 5:00 P.M. (MT) / Racing at 7:00 P.M.

Contact Information:

Website: http://www.cocopahspeedway.com Email: info@cocopahspeedway.com Phone: 928-344-1563

Series History: Cocopah Speedway

The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real has visited the Cocopah Speedway four times beginning in 2012. Three drivers have earned National Tour wins at the three-eighths mile oval. Past Winners: Dustin Morgan (3/9/12), Danny Wood (3/10/12), Jason Johnson (3/1/13 and 3/2/13)

Event Coverage:

Online PPV will be available both nights at http://www.racinboys.com for $15 per night, or, $25 for both nights. Live broadcasts are brought to you by Lucas Oil and presented by the McCarthy Auto Group, located in the Kansas City metropolitan area.

Line-ups, finishes, and further updates are provided throughout each race night at http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs and http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs

Live Timing and scoring is available at most Lucas Oil ASCS events via Race Monitor which is available in the App Store of your Smart Phone or Tablet.

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2013 “A” Feature Winners: Jason Johnson-8, Jeff Swindell-5, Johnny Herrera-4, Roger Crockett-3, Brian Brown-4, Danny Lasoski-3, Logan Forler-2, Brad Loyet-2, Tony Bruce, Jr.-2, Sammy Swindell-2, Kyle Bellm, Jack Dover, Seth Bergman, Jonathan Cornell, Travis Rilat, Justin Henderson, Shane Stewart, Tim Crawley, Anthony Nicholson, Christopher Bell, David Gravel

2013 Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10) 1. Jason Johnson 5,063; 2. Johnny Herrera 5,007; 3. Jeff Swindell 4,837; 4. Brad Loyet 4,770; 5. Tony Bruce, Jr. 4,740; 6. Logan Forler 4,616; 7. Seth Bergman 4,502; 8. Dustin Morgan 4,220; 9. Cole Wood 3,987; 10. Brandon Hahn 3,314;

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The 2013 season marks the twenty-second year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation and into Canada. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of nine different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, Roush Yates Racing Engines, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, SBI Fuel Bladders, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Xtreme Accu-Tach, Simpson, LeJoie Seating, Ti 22 Performance, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley’s Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

David Gravel breaks through with ASCS in Las Cruces

Bryan Hulbert - LAS CRUCES, N.M. (November 2, 2013) After steering failure sidelined the Buffalo Wild Wings No. 82 on Friday night in El Paso, Texas, Watertown, Conn. shoe David Gravel was masterful in his rebound on Saturday night at the Southern New Mexico Speedway to earn his first Protect the Harvest A-Feature triumph with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real.

The fifth first time winner of the season, ninth in as many features at the New Mexico oval with the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real, David Gravel is scored as the 120th different winner in National Tour competition.

Committing primarily to the cushion of the Southern New Mexico Speedway, Gravel commented that the car began getting tight in the closing laps, “I don’t know if it just got cleaned off, or started taking a little bit of rubber there in the center but I was definitely getting tight. I didn’t know where to run, high, low, middle, but it was definitely getting tricky there at the end. Hopefully it was enough to get to victory.”

Finally getting to speed on the fourth attempt, Kolt Walker and Cody Mansfield flipped violently off the top of turns three and four, collecting Jason Johnson in the mix on the initial start. All drivers were ok with Johnson returning to competition after replacing wings and parts of the suspension. Round two, saw third starting Aaron Reutzel spinning; collecting Friday night’s winner Christopher Bell with James Mosher bringing out the third restart.

Underway, Gravel captured the lead on the second round with a high-line pass on John Carney II exiting turn four before the caution again displayed for the spun No. 20z of Rick Ziehl. One more caution before the first long green-flag run, Gravel set sail with John Carney II and Matt Covington in tow.

With the leaders working to slower traffic by Lap 9, Johnny Herrera began his assault on Jeff Swindell for a spot in the top five. Swapping lines for several laps, Herrera worked past Swindell on Lap 10 with the MVT No. 94 returning in kind the following lap.

The top five remained unchanged until a caution on Lap 25. Erasing a 4.285 second advantage by Gravel, the restart yielded problems for Jeff Swindell as Herrera raced by to begin working on Matt Covington for third with caution lights blinking on for the final time for the stopped No. 93 of Dustin Morgan after contact with Brad Loyet on Lap 27 sent both drivers pit side. Three laps on the green and David Gravel went unchallenged to victory.

John Carney II turned in his best finish against the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real with a second place showing. Asked about the car and whether or not he could maneuver the bottom groove, Carney replied, “I was too free from the beginning of the race so I had to be where all the moister was to take advantage of that. The last three, four laps I could gain a little bit on Gravel coming out of four but that was it.” Commenting on his start, Carney brought up the importance of the draw, “Pill draw’s important in this deal ‘cause these guys run hard every lap. The engines are so equal, the cars, just everything’s so equal so it’s real important.”

Despite a broken frame sustained during a flip on the start of Friday night’s feature at the El Paso Speedway Park, Johnny Herrera came from eighth to claim the final podium step.

“We had a good car all night. I usually run really well here, so I had a lot of confidence coming in and that helps a lot. The longer the race ran, the better we got, well maybe not better just they started getting slower and we kind of maintained. I’ve just got to thank all the crew guys that jumped in last night to help me. Not only my own, but probably half the field jumped in there.”

Matt Covington maintained for a fourth place run with Seth Bergman clawing from sixteenth to complete the top five.

Tony Bruce, Jr. took his final Bonus Provisional into the night’s Protect the Harvest A-Feature. Gridding the Briley Trucking No. 18 twenty-third, the Kansas driver rocketed to sixth with Travis Rilat charging from twenty-first to seventh. Logan Forler from nineteenth to eighth with Jason Johnson rebounding from the tail with a broken front wing to ninth. Jeff Swindell, who ran fourth for nearly the entire race suffered mechanical problems on the final restarts and settled for tenth.

Promoter’s Provisionals were awarded to Kraig Kinser and Joshua Williams.

Heat Races numbered four with Johnny Herrera, Blake Hahn, John Carney II, and James Mosher earning wins. Ryan Linder took the night’s B-Feature win.

The Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real conclude the 2013 season at the Cocopah Speedway in Yuma, Ariz. on Friday, November 8 and Saturday, November 9. For more information, log onto http://www.cocopahspeedway.com.

Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, N.M. Saturday, September 2, 2013

Car Count: 32

Wesmar Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 45X-Johnny Herrera[1]; 2. 12M-Kolt Walker[2]; 3. 29-Brandon Hahn[4]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[7]; 5. 41X-Cody Mansfield[8]; 6. 1H-Jan Howard[3]; 7. 18W-Lorne Wofford[5]; 8. 111-Kraig Kinser[6]

Ti22 Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 17-Blake Hahn[2]; 2. 82-David Gravel[4]; 3. 9-Ryan Linder[3]; 4. 131-Royal Jones[5]; 5. 2L-Logan Forler[7]; 6. 93-Dustin Morgan[8]; 7. 22-Jesse Baker[6]; DNS 21-Danny Lasoski

Rod End Supply Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 74B-John Carney II[1]; 2. 94-Jeff Swindell[4]; 3. 74X-Gary Taylor[3]; 4. 23-Seth Bergman[5]; 5. 41-Jason Johnson[8]; 6. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[6]; 7. 41W-Joshua Williams[7]; 8. 17W-Cole Wood[2]

BMRS Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 12-James Mosher[1]; 2. 21A-Aaron Reutzel[3]; 3. 05-Brad Loyet[4]; 4. 31B-Christopher Bell[7]; 5. 20Z-Rick Ziehl[6]; 6. 39C-Travis Rilat[5]; 7. 17H-Harli White[8]; 8. 52NM-David Burns[2]

The Joie of Seating B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 9-Ryan Linder[1]; 2. 20Z-Rick Ziehl[3]; 3. 2L-Logan Forler[4]; 4. 93-Dustin Morgan[5]; 5. 39C-Travis Rilat[7]; 6. 17H-Harli White[8]; 7. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[6]; 8. 41W-Joshua Williams[10]; 9. 1H-Jan Howard[9]; 10. 22-Jesse Baker[11]; 11. 111-Kraig Kinser[13]; 12. 131-Royal Jones[2]; 13. 18W-Lorne Wofford[12]; 14. (DNF) 52NM-David Burns[14]; DNS 21-Danny Lasoski; DNS 17W-Cole Wood

Protect the Harvest A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 82-David Gravel[2]; 2. 74B-John Carney II[1]; 3. 45X-Johnny Herrera[8]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 5. 23-Seth Bergman[16]; 6. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[23]; 7. 39C-Travis Rilat[21]; 8. 2L-Logan Forler[19]; 9. 41-Jason Johnson[14]; 10. 94-Jeff Swindell[6]; 11. 74X-Gary Taylor[15]; 12. 17-Blake Hahn[7]; 13. 29-Brandon Hahn[11]; 14. 41W-Joshua Williams[24]; 15. (DNF) 93-Dustin Morgan[20]; 16. (DNF) 05-Brad Loyet[12]; 17. (DNF) 20Z-Rick Ziehl[18]; 18. (DNF) 12-James Mosher[5]; 19. (DNF) 9-Ryan Linder[17]; 20. (DNF) 111-Kraig Kinser[25]; 21. (DNF) 17H-Harli White[22]; 22. (DNF) 12M-Kolt Walker[10]; 23. (DNF) 41X-Cody Mansfield[13]; 24. (DNF) 31B-Christopher Bell[9]; 25. (DNF) 21A-Aaron Reutzel[3]

Lap Leader(s): John Carney II (1), David Gravel (2-30) PitstopUSA.com Hard Charger: Tony Bruce, Jr. +17 Hawk Performance Products Fastest Lap of the Night: David Gravel - 13.502 seconds Provisionals: Tony Bruce, Jr. (BP2), Kraig Kinser (Prom.), Joshua Williams (Prom.)

2013 “A” Feature Winners: Jason Johnson-8, Jeff Swindell-5, Johnny Herrera-4, Roger Crockett-3, Brian Brown-4, Danny Lasoski-3, Logan Forler-2, Brad Loyet-2, Tony Bruce, Jr.-2, Sammy Swindell-2, Kyle Bellm, Jack Dover, Seth Bergman, Jonathan Cornell, Travis Rilat, Justin Henderson, Shane Stewart, Tim Crawley, Anthony Nicholson, Christopher Bell, David Gravel

2013 Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10) 1. Jason Johnson 5,063; 2. Johnny Herrera 5,007; 3. Jeff Swindell 4,837; 4. Brad Loyet 4,770; 5. Tony Bruce, Jr. 4,740; 6. Logan Forler 4,616; 7. Seth Bergman 4,502; 8. Dustin Morgan 4,220; 9. Cole Wood 3,987; 10. Brandon Hahn 3,314;

The 2013 season marks the twenty-second year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation and into Canada. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of nine different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, Roush Yates Racing Engines, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, SBI Fuel Bladders, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Xtreme Accu-Tach, Simpson, LeJoie Seating, Ti 22 Performance, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley’s Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

11/2/2013 at Southern New Mexico Speedway ASCS Sprints | ASCS National with ASCS Southwest Region

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 82-David Gravel[2]; 2. 74B-John Carney II[1]; 3. 45X-Johnny Herrera[8]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 5. 23-Seth Bergman[16]; 6. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[23]; 7. 39C-Travis Rilat[21]; 8. 2L-Logan Forler[19]; 9. 41-Jason Johnson[14]; 10. 94-Jeff Swindell[6]; 11. 74X-Gary Taylor[15]; 12. 17-Blake Hahn[7]; 13. 29-Brandon Hahn[11]; 14. 41W-Joshua Williams[24]; 15. (DNF) 93-Dustin Morgan[20]; 16. (DNF) 05-Brad Loyet[12]; 17. (DNF) 20Z-Rick Ziehl[18]; 18. (DNF) 12-James Mosher[5]; 19. (DNF) 9-Ryan Linder[17]; 20. (DNF) 111-Kraig Kinser[25]; 21. (DNF) 17H-Harli White[22]; 22. (DNF) 12M-Kolt Walker[10]; 23. (DNF) 41X-Cody Mansfield[13]; 24. (DNF) 31B-Christopher Bell[9]; 25. (DNF) 21A-Aaron Reutzel[3]

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 9-Ryan Linder[1]; 2. 20Z-Rick Ziehl[3]; 3. 2L-Logan Forler[4]; 4. 93-Dustin Morgan[5]; 5. 39C-Travis Rilat[7]; 6. 17H-Harli White[8]; 7. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[6]; 8. 41W-Joshua Williams[10]; 9. 1H-Jan Howard[9]; 10. 22-Jesse Baker[11]; 11. 111-Kraig Kinser[13]; 12. 131-Royal Jones[2]; 13. 18W-Lorne Wofford[12]; 14. (DNF) 52NM-David Burns[14]; DNS 21-Danny Lasoski; DNS 17W-Cole Wood

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 45X-Johnny Herrera[1]; 2. 12M-Kolt Walker[2]; 3. 29-Brandon Hahn[4]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[7]; 5. 41X-Cody Mansfield[8]; 6. 1H-Jan Howard[3]; 7. 18W-Lorne Wofford[5]; 8. 111-Kraig Kinser[6]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 17-Blake Hahn[2]; 2. 82-David Gravel[4]; 3. 9-Ryan Linder[3]; 4. 131-Royal Jones[5]; 5. 2L-Logan Forler[7]; 6. 93-Dustin Morgan[8]; 7. 22-Jesse Baker[6]; DNS 21-Danny Lasoski

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 74B-John Carney II[1]; 2. 94-Jeff Swindell[4]; 3. 74X-Gary Taylor[3]; 4. 23-Seth Bergman[5]; 5. 41-Jason Johnson[8]; 6. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[6]; 7. 41W-Joshua Williams[7]; 8. 17W-Cole Wood[2]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 12-James Mosher[1]; 2. 21A-Aaron Reutzel[3]; 3. 05-Brad Loyet[4]; 4. 31B-Christopher Bell[7]; 5. 20Z-Rick Ziehl[6]; 6. 39C-Travis Rilat[5]; 7. 17H-Harli White[8]; 8. 52NM-David Burns[2]

 

 

Christopher Bell wires El Paso field for Lucas Oil ASCS triumph

Bryan Hulbert - El Paso, Texas (November 1, 2013) A cool evening in El Paso, Texas yielded the season’s fourth Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real first time winner as Christopher Bell led flag-to-flag at the El Paso Speedway Park.

“I just can’t say enough about my guys that work on this car. It really showed tonight. The thing pretty much drove itself around the racetrack” commented Bell of his victory. “We made a small change on that open red on the start and it really brought the car to life, and like I said, it really drove itself around the track.”

The second consecutive year a first time winner has been crowned at the west Texas oval; Bell drew the front row alongside Kolt Walker.

Caution the first start for the spun No. 74b of John Carney II and No. 12 of James Mosher, the second attempt sent cars flying into the catch fence, ending the night for Travis Rilat and Josh Baughman. Also involved, Johnny Herrera entered the work area where several crews went to work exchanging both front and rear suspensions as well as wings to get the MVT No. 45x back on the track while El Paso track crews completed repairs to the catch fence.

The third time did it as the field raced non-stop until Lap 25 when David Gravel spun his No. 82 off the top of turns three and four. Leaving the field in his wake, Christopher Bell completed lapping into the top ten just prior to the caution being displayed.

Back underway with four slower cars between Bell and second running Jeff Swindell, the Baytown Ford No. 31b went uncontested to victory.

Jeff Swindell crossed second; earning his first fifteenth podium finish of the season. Asked about the importance of a solid finish going into the season final swing, Swindell replied, “Podium finishes is the first key. We got luck of the draw tonight and started up front on a Heat. Then the feature, Asa [Swindell] drew good there too and got us starting third so that meant a lot.”

Kolt Walker ran in the runner up spot until Lap 15 when contact with a slower car sent the No. 12m flying into the infield. Re-entering the racing surface fourth, Walker worked past Matt Covington in the final laps to claim his first podium finish in Lucas Oil ASCS National competition. “As fast as this track was, if you slow down for just a second, you’d lose nine-to-ten spots so I just thought well; I’ll just get back on and see what I can make up.”

Matt Covington crossed fourth after starting ninth with Aaron Retuzel coming from fifteenth to complete the top five in the BC Funds No. 21a.

Jason Johnson climbed from eighteenth to sixth to earn the PitStopUSA.com Hard Charger of the Night with Logan Forler, passing an equal number of cars coming from nineteenth to seventh. Danny Lasoski powered the Bob Miller owned No. 21 to eighth from thirteenth with Seth Bergman ninth. The top ten finished up with Johnny Herrera charging from twentieth.

Provisionals were utilized by Tony Bruce, Jr. who had to swap engines under the bonnet of the No. 18 between the B-Main and A-Main. The provisional was a full point bonus earned during the season. Kraig Kinser was given a Promoter’s Provisional and only earned B-Main points.

Heat Races numbered four with 34 drivers checking in. Seth Bergman, Christopher Bell, John Carney II, and Jeff Swindell garnered Heat Race win. A single B-Feature went to David Gravel.

The Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real returns to competition on Saturday, November 2 at the Southern New Mexico Speedway in Las Cruces, N.M. Gates open at 4:00 P.M. (MDT) with races slated for 6:30 P.M. For more information, log onto http://www.snmspeedway.com

Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real

El Paso Speedway Park - El Paso, Texas

Friday, November 1, 2013

Car Count: 34

Wesmar Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[1]; 2. 12M-Kolt Walker[2]; 3. 21-Danny Lasoski[3]; 4. 20Z-Rick Ziehl[6]; 5. 29-Brandon Hahn[4]; 6. 18W-Lorne Wofford[7]; 7. 17H-Harli White[5]; 8. 17-Blake Hahn[9]; 9. 198-Jerry Gonzalez[8]

Ti22 Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 31B-Christopher Bell[6]; 2. 9-Ryan Linder[1]; 3. 22-Jesse Baker[8]; 4. 17J-Josh Baughman[3]; 5. 21A-Aaron Reutzel[7]; 6. 41-Jason Johnson[9]; 7. 93-Dustin Morgan[5]; 8. (DNF) 21TX-Brandon Schure[4]; 9. 41X-Cody Mansfield[2]

Rod End Supply Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 74B-John Carney II[1]; 2. 1H-Jan Howard[2]; 3. 17W-Cole Wood[3]; 4. 39C-Travis Rilat[6]; 5. 2L-Logan Forler[5]; 6. 05-Brad Loyet[7]; 7. 41W-Joshua Williams[4]; 8. 131-Royal Jones[8]

BMRS Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 94-Jeff Swindell[2]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 3. 12-James Mosher[4]; 4. 82-David Gravel[3]; 5. 45X-Johnny Herrera[6]; 6. 111-Kraig Kinser[7]; 7. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[5]; 8. 74X-Gary Taylor[8]

DMI B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 82-David Gravel[2]; 2. 17J-Josh Baughman[1]; 3. 2L-Logan Forler[4]; 4. 45X-Johnny Herrera[3]; 5. 18W-Lorne Wofford[6]; 6. 05-Brad Loyet[7]; 7. 111-Kraig Kinser[8]; 8. 17H-Harli White[10]; 9. 131-Royal Jones[14]; 10. 93-Dustin Morgan[11]; 11. 74X-Gary Taylor[15]; 12. 17-Blake Hahn[9]; 13. 41W-Joshua Williams[13]; 14. 41X-Cody Mansfield[18]; 15. (DNF) 29-Brandon Hahn[5]; 16. (DNF) 18-Tony Bruce Jr[12]; DNS 21TX-Brandon Schure; DNS 198-Jerry Gonzalez

Protect the Harvest A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 31B-Christopher Bell[2]; 2. 94-Jeff Swindell[3]; 3. 12M-Kolt Walker[1]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[9]; 5. 21A-Aaron Reutzel[15]; 6. 41-Jason Johnson[16]; 7. 2L-Logan Forler[19]; 8. 21-Danny Lasoski[13]; 9. 23-Seth Bergman[8]; 10. 45X-Johnny Herrera[20]; 11. 05-Brad Loyet[22]; 12. 74B-John Carney II[7]; 13. 111-Kraig Kinser[24]; 14. 17W-Cole Wood[14]; 15. 9-Ryan Linder[6]; 16. (DNF) 18-Tony Bruce Jr[23]; 17. (DNF) 82-David Gravel[17]; 18. (DNF) 22-Jesse Baker[5]; 19. (DNF) 1H-Jan Howard[4]; 20. (DNF) 18W-Lorne Wofford[21]; 21. (DNF) 12-James Mosher[10]; 22. (DNF) 20Z-Rick Ziehl[11]; 23. (DNF) 39C-Travis Rilat[12]; 24. (DNF) 17J-Josh Baughman[18]

Lap Leader(s): Christopher Bell (1-30)

PitstopUSA.com Hard Charger: Jason Johnson+12

Hawk Performance Products Fastest Lap of the Night: N/A

Provisionals: Tony Bruce, Jr. (BP1), Kraig Kinser (Prom.)

2013 “A” Feature Winners: Jason Johnson-8, Jeff Swindell-5, Johnny Herrera-4, Roger Crockett-3, Brian Brown-4, Danny Lasoski-3, Logan Forler-2, Brad Loyet-2, Tony Bruce, Jr.-2, Sammy Swindell-2, Kyle Bellm, Jack Dover, Seth Bergman, Jonathan Cornell, Travis Rilat, Justin Henderson, Shane Stewart, Tim Crawley, Anthony Nicholson, Christopher Bell

2013 Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10): 1. Jason Johnson 4,950; 2. Johnny Herrera 4,872; 3. Jeff Swindell 4,727; 4. Brad Loyet 4,670; 5. Tony Bruce, Jr. 4,618; 6. Logan Forler 4,500; 7. Seth Bergman 4,377; 8. Dustin Morgan 4,118; 9. Cole Wood 3,922; 10. Brandon Hahn 3,210;

The 2013 season marks the twenty-second year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation and into Canada. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of nine different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, Roush Yates Racing Engines, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, SBI Fuel Bladders, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Xtreme Accu-Tach, Simpson, LeJoie Seating, Ti 22 Performance, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley’s Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Lucas Oil ASCS teams head west for the Battle at the Border

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (October 27, 2013) Following four straight nights of competition in the 26th COMP Cams Short Track Nationals, the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real begin the nearly 17-hour journey from Little Rock, Ark. to the very edge of the southwestern United States.

Beginning Friday, November 1, the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real returns to the El Paso Speedway Park in El Paso, Texas. The site of two previous National Tour visits, the series’ first appeared at the three-eighths, slightly banked oval in 1994 with Rickey Hood topping the field. Absent from the track until 2012, Logan Forler parked in victory lane for the first time against the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour in his first outing of the season his family backed machine, after parting ways with Van Dyke Motorsports with five nights remaining on the 2012 lineup.

Splitting the weekend between Texas and New Mexico, The Southern New Mexico Speedway in Las Cruces, N.M. will play host of the National Tour for the ninth time in series history on Saturday, November 2. A different winner in eight visits, Tim Crawley and Danny Young each earned victories in 1994. Las Cruces native Chris Ikard pulled off the upset win in 1997 with the series vacant of the facility for the next 13 years.

Nebraska’s Jack Dover picked up the preliminary night win in the series 2010 return with Steve Kinser proving to be untouchable the following night for his first Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour triumph. A pair of nights in 2011 saw Albuquerque’s Johnny Herrera winning in front of what could be called a hometown crowd as Las Cruces is located just over three-hours south of the “Duke City”. The Saturday portion of the weekend went to Matt Covington who led flag to flag for his second National Tour triumph.

Introducing the El Paso Speedway Park to the weekend in 2012, the Las Cruces oval took the Saturday date with Travis Rilat piloting the Richard Saumure backed No. 39c to a very emotional National Tour victory, the first for the 2003 National Tour Champion since begin critically injured in 2010.

Teams making the trek to the southwest will be pleased as both facilities have undergone improvements since the series visit in 2012, mainly in El Paso with the addition of modern outdoor lighting at the El Paso Speedway Park. Still utilizing the Halogen based lights originally installed shortly after the tracks opening in 1977, track owners Royal Jones, Jimmy Ray, and Sherman Barnett spent most of the off-season having the track’s lighting system completely redone to provide a safer racing environment as the track continues to expand and bring in bigger events.

Both nights of competition are scheduled to begin at 6:30 P.M. (MDT) with gates opening at 4:00 P.M. and will be paired with the Hose Advantage Store ASCS Southwest Region. Tickets are on sale with reserved seating, plus a free pit pass for only $30 each night. General admission is $20 each night with kids five years and younger admitted free in the grandstands. To purchase tickets, contact the El Paso Speedway Park by calling 915-791-8749 and the Southern New Mexico Speedway at 575-524-7913.

Series Winners: El Paso Speedway Park - Logan Forler (10/9/2012), Rickey Hood (10/8/1994)

Series Winners: Southern NM Speedway - Travis Rilat (10/11/2012), Matt Covington (11/12/11), Johnny Herrera (11/11/11), Steve Kinser (10/13/10), Jack Dover (10/12/10), Chris Ikard (2/23/1997), Danny Young (10/7/1994), Tim Crawley (9/4/1994)

The Series:

Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real

When and Where:

Friday, November 1 - Open at 4:00 P.M. / racing at 6:30 P.M. El Paso Speedway Park 14751 Marina Blvd. El Paso, TX 79938

Saturday, November 2 - Open at 4:00 P.M. / racing at 6:30 P.M. Southern New Mexico Speedway 12125 Robert Larson Blvd. Las Cruces, NM 88007

Contact Information:

Website: http://www.epspeedwaypark.com Website: http://www.snmspeedway.com

Email (EPSP): rue.stone@epspeedwaypark.com Email (SNMS): joyce.bentley@snmspeedway.com

Phone (EPSP): 915-791-8749 Phone (SNMS): 575-524-7913

Event Coverage:

Live online audio is provided for the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real on http://www.racinboys.com. Live broadcasts are brought to you by Lucas Oil and presented by the McCarthy Auto Group, located in the Kansas City metropolitan area.

Line-ups, finishes, and further updates are provided throughout each race night at http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs and http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs

Live Timing and scoring is available at most Lucas Oil ASCS events via Race Monitor which is available in the App Store of your Smart Phone or Tablet.

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2013 “A” Feature Winners: Jason Johnson-8, Jeff Swindell-5, Johnny Herrera-4, Roger Crockett-3, Brian Brown-4, Danny Lasoski-3, Logan Forler-2, Brad Loyet-2, Tony Bruce, Jr.-2, Sammy Swindell-2, Kyle Bellm, Jack Dover, Seth Bergman, Jonathan Cornell, Travis Rilat, Justin Henderson, Shane Stewart, Tim Crawley, Anthony Nicholson

Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10): 1. Jason Johnson 4,828; 2. Johnny Herrera 4,762; 3. Jeff Swindell 4,585; 4. Brad Loyet 4,562; 5. Tony Bruce, Jr. 4,518; 6. Logan Forler 4,381; 7. Seth Bergman 4,264; 8. Dustin Morgan 4,053; 9. Cole Wood 3,818; 10. Brandon Hahn 3,145;

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The 2013 season marks the twenty-second year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation and into Canada. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of nine different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, Roush Yates Racing Engines, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, SBI Fuel Bladders, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Xtreme Accu-Tach, Simpson, LeJoie Seating, Ti 22 Performance, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley’s Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

10/26/2013 at I-30 Speedway ASCS Sprints

A Feature (40 Laps): 1. 1S-Sammy Swindell[1]; 2. 31B-Christopher Bell[10]; 3. 16-Anthony Nicholson[5]; 4. 45X-Johnny Herrera[3]; 5. 3G-Shane Stewart[8]; 6. 6S-Chad Kemenah[7]; 7. 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek[4]; 8. 6T-Terry McCarl[13]; 9. 93M-Dustin Morgan[11]; 10. 3H-Brandon Hanks[17]; 11. 22H-Randy Hannagan[16]; 12. 3-A.G. Rains[21]; 13. 87T-Tyler Thomas[6]; 14. 9JR-Derek Hagar[19]; 15. (DNF) 82-David Gravel[9]; 16. (DNF) 0-Channin Tankersley[14]; 17. (DNF) 23X-Seth Bergman[12]; 18. (DNF) 71-Kevin Swindell[2]; 19. (DNF) 59-Kraig Kinser[18]; 20. (DNF) 03-Joe Wood Jr[15]; 21. (DNF) 6-Tim Shaffer[20]; 22. (DNF) 1M-Danny Lasoski[22]

B Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 6S-Chad Kemenah[1]; 2. 82-David Gravel[2]; 3. 93M-Dustin Morgan[3]; 4. 6T-Terry McCarl[7]; 5. 03-Joe Wood Jr[4]; 6. 3H-Brandon Hanks[12]; 7. 9JR-Derek Hagar[10]; 8. 4AM-Mike Goodman[9]; 9. 9P-Parker Price-Miller[16]; 10. 21X-Joey Moughan[15]; 11. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[8]; 12. 95-Matt Covington[14]; 13. (DNF) 14Z-Zach Pringle[13]; 14. (DNF) 12D-Dalton Davis[11]; 15. (DNF) 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[6]; 16. (DNF) 1M-Danny Lasoski[5]Top 7 advance to A-Feature - Inside rows 4-10

B Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 3G-Shane Stewart[1]; 2. 31B-Christopher Bell[5]; 3. 23X-Seth Bergman[2]; 4. 0-Channin Tankersley[4]; 5. 22H-Randy Hannagan[3]; 6. 59-Kraig Kinser[8]; 7. 6-Tim Shaffer[12]; 8. 17B-Ryan Bickett[6]; 9. 7S-Jason Sides[7]; 10. 2J-Gary Taylor[16]; 11. (DNF) 87B-Jason Barney[9]; 12. (DNF) 1-Sean McClelland[12]; 13. (DNF) 9-Paul Nienhiser[13]; 14. (DNF) 10-Terry Gray[10]; 15. (DNF) 17W-Harli White[15]; 16. (DNF) 21B-Brian Brown[11]Top 7 advance to A-Feature - Outside rows 4-10

C Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 14Z-Zach Pringle[2]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 3. 21X-Joey Moughan[6]; 4. 9P-Parker Price-Miller[8]; 5. 53-Jack Dover[4]; 6. 39C-Travis Rilat[16]; 7. 91-Justin Henderson[13]; 8. (DNF) 21TX-Brandon Schure[12]; 9. (DNF) 17G-Cody Gardner[5]; DNS 29-Brandon Hahn; DNS 05-Brad Loyet; DNS 14K-Kyle Bellm; DNS 41-Jason Johnson; DNS 39B-Brad Bowden; DNS 49-Shawn Dancer; DNS 17X-Josh BaughmanTop 4 advance to B-Feature 1

C Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 9-Paul Nienhiser[1]; 2. 1-Sean McClelland[4]; 3. 17W-Harli White[2]; 4. 2J-Gary Taylor[3]; 5. 26-Marshall Skinner[9]; 6. 1H-Kyle Hirst[7]; 7. 81-Danny Wood[6]; 8. 74E-Claud Estes III[15]; 9. 7M-Kevin Ramey[16]; 10. 17H-Blake Hahn[8]; 11. 94-Jeff Swindell[11]; 12. (DNF) 11S-Patrick Stasa[14]; 13. (DNF) 88-Tim Crawley[12]; DNS W20-Greg Wilson; DNS 19-Klint Angelette; DNS 45P-J.P. BaileyTop 4 advance to B-Feature 2

D Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 91-Justin Henderson[4]; 2. 49-Shawn Dancer[1]; 3. 17X-Josh Baughman[5]; 4. 39C-Travis Rilat[8]; 5. 4PM-Whit Gastineau[7]; 6. 57-Kyle Chady[2]; 7. 42-Henry Gustavus[15]; 8. 31G-Johnny Gardner[6]; 9. 99-Blake Jenkins[16]; 10. 40DD-Caleb Griffith[11]; 11. 4X-Shawn Petersen[10]; 12. (DNF) 51-Matt Ward[9]; 13. (DNF) 1J-Nic Jenkins[13]; DNS 8-Alex Sewell; DNS 01-Roger Crockett; DNS 69-Larry HoweryTop 4 advance to C-Feature 1

D Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 45P-J.P. Bailey[2]; 2. 11S-Patrick Stasa[1]; 3. 74E-Claud Estes III[4]; 4. 7M-Kevin Ramey[6]; 5. 17M-Austin Brown[3]; 6. 3-A.G. Rains[7]; 7. 17WX-Cole Wood[14]; 8. 27-Beau Stewart[8]; 9. 23-Howard Moore[9]; 10. 21K-Ryan Kitchen[5]; 11. 5R-Jerod Roller[12]; 12. X-Charlie Louden[10]; 13. 12R-Nick Roberts[15]; 14. 36-Jonathan Beason[11]; 15. 6B-Ryan Beechler[13]; 16. 88M-Scottie McDonald[16]Top 4 advance to C-Feature 2

E Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 1J-Nic Jenkins[5]; 2. 69-Larry Howery[2]; 3. 42-Henry Gustavus[11]; 4. 99-Blake Jenkins[7]Top 4 advance to D-Feature 1

E Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 6B-Ryan Beechler[2]; 2. 17WX-Cole Wood[5]; 3. 12R-Nick Roberts[1]; 4. 88M-Scottie McDonald[4]; 5. 38-Rick Pringle[6]Top 4 advance to D-Feature 2

Dash (10 Laps): 1. 1S-Sammy Swindell[1]; 2. 71-Kevin Swindell[3]; 3. 45X-Johnny Herrera[4]; 4. 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek[2]; 5. 16-Anthony Nicholson[5]; 6. 87T-Tyler Thomas[6]

 

 

10/25/2013 at I-30 Speedway ASCS Sprints

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 16-Anthony Nicholson[1]; 2. 71-Kevin Swindell[10]; 3. 45X-Johnny Herrera[2]; 4. 6S-Chad Kemenah[3]; 5. 3G-Shane Stewart[4]; 6. 82-David Gravel[6]; 7. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[16]; 8. 93M-Dustin Morgan[11]; 9. 1M-Danny Lasoski[12]; 10. 59-Kraig Kinser[18]; 11. 87B-Jason Barney[20]; 12. 03-Joe Wood Jr[5]; 13. 17B-Ryan Bickett[8]; 14. 2J-Gary Taylor[17]; 15. 53-Jack Dover[19]; 16. 9-Paul Nienhiser[14]; 17. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[9]; 18. (DNF) 10-Terry Gray[7]; 19. (DNF) 29-Brandon Hahn[13]; 20. (DNF) W20-Greg Wilson[15]

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. W20-Greg Wilson[1]; 2. 59-Kraig Kinser[2]; 3. 88-Tim Crawley[7]; 4. 9P-Parker Price-Miller[3]; 5. 27-Beau Stewart[10]; 6. 74E-Claud Estes III[6]; 7. 17M-Austin Brown[5]; 8. 36-Jonathan Beason[9]; 9. 45P-J.P. Bailey[4]; 10. (DNF) 5R-Jerod Roller[8]; 11. (DNF) 42-Henry Gustavus[13]; 12. (DNF) 8A-Wyatt Burks[14]; 13. (DNF) 3N-Nate VanHaaften[12]; 14. 88M-Scottie McDonald[11]

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[1]; 2. 53-Jack Dover[2]; 3. 26-Marshall Skinner[4]; 4. 11S-Patrick Stasa[6]; 5. 7M-Kevin Ramey[8]; 6. 12M-Kolt Walker[12]; 7. 27X-Andy Shouse[10]; 8. 4PM-Whit Gastineau[7]; 9. 21K-Ryan Kitchen[5]; 10. 49-Shawn Dancer[3]; 11. 12S-Adam Schmidt[13]; 12. (DNF) 17WX-Cole Wood[9]; DNS 87R-Aaron Reutzel; DNS 31-Brandon Berryman

B Feature 3 (12 Laps): 1. 2J-Gary Taylor[2]; 2. 87B-Jason Barney[1]; 3. 1H-Kyle Hirst[3]; 4. 39B-Brad Bowden[4]; 5. 8-Alex Sewell[5]; 6. 17X-Josh Baughman[6]; 7. 01-Roger Crockett[9]; 8. X-Charlie Louden[8]; 9. 6B-Ryan Beechler[10]; 10. 51-Matt Ward[7]; 11. 99-Blake Jenkins[11]; 12. (DNF) 13T-Taylor Tidmore[12]; DNS 5S-Tyler Smith; DNS 12-Jerrod Hull

Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 9P-Parker Price-Miller[1]; 2. 49-Shawn Dancer[2]; 3. 3G-Shane Stewart[9]; 4. 87R-Aaron Reutzel[8]; 5. 4PM-Whit Gastineau[3]; 6. 13T-Taylor Tidmore[7]; 7. 99-Blake Jenkins[5]; 8. 01-Roger Crockett[6]; 9. 111-Morgan Montgomery[4]

Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 03-Joe Wood Jr[2]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[3]; 3. 10-Terry Gray[8]; 4. 17M-Austin Brown[1]; 5. 51-Matt Ward[7]; 6. (DNF) 5R-Jerod Roller[6]; 7. (DNF) 5S-Tyler Smith[4]; 8. (DNF) 12M-Kolt Walker[5]

Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. 53-Jack Dover[3]; 2. 82-David Gravel[5]; 3. 2J-Gary Taylor[4]; 4. 45P-J.P. Bailey[6]; 5. 26-Marshall Skinner[7]; 6. 3N-Nate VanHaaften[8]; 7. 1H-Kyle Hirst[2]; DNS 12-Jerrod Hull

Heat 4 (10 Laps): 1. 16-Anthony Nicholson[6]; 2. 21K-Ryan Kitchen[1]; 3. 88M-Scottie McDonald[2]; 4. 59-Kraig Kinser[5]; 5. 7M-Kevin Ramey[3]; 6. 36-Jonathan Beason[4]; 7. 42-Henry Gustavus[7]; 8. (DNF) 27-Beau Stewart[8]

Heat 5 (10 Laps): 1. 74E-Claud Estes III[1]; 2. 17B-Ryan Bickett[2]; 3. 87B-Jason Barney[4]; 4. W20-Greg Wilson[6]; 5. 71-Kevin Swindell[8]; 6. 8-Alex Sewell[5]; 7. 17WX-Cole Wood[7]; 8. 6B-Ryan Beechler[3]

Heat 6 (10 Laps): 1. 11S-Patrick Stasa[1]; 2. X-Charlie Louden[2]; 3. 29-Brandon Hahn[3]; 4. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[6]; 5. 93M-Dustin Morgan[8]; 6. 39B-Brad Bowden[5]; 7. 8A-Wyatt Burks[4]; 8. (DNF) 31-Brandon Berryman[7]

Heat 7 (10 Laps): 1. 6S-Chad Kemenah[2]; 2. 45X-Johnny Herrera[6]; 3. 9-Paul Nienhiser[3]; 4. 1M-Danny Lasoski[8]; 5. 27X-Andy Shouse[4]; 6. 17X-Josh Baughman[1]; 7. 12S-Adam Schmidt[7]; 8. (DNF) 88-Tim Crawley[5]

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 29-Brandon Hahn[1]; 2. 6S-Chad Kemenah[5]; 3. 1M-Danny Lasoski[4]; 4. 16-Anthony Nicholson[6]; 5. 45P-J.P. Bailey[2]; 6. 17M-Austin Brown[7]; 7. 36-Jonathan Beason[9]; 8. 4PM-Whit Gastineau[8]; 9. 99-Blake Jenkins[10]; 10. (DNF) X-Charlie Louden[3]; DNS 31-Brandon Berryman; DNS 12-Jerrod Hull

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 9-Paul Nienhiser[1]; 2. W20-Greg Wilson[2]; 3. 45X-Johnny Herrera[6]; 4. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[4]; 5. 26-Marshall Skinner[7]; 6. 9P-Parker Price-Miller[5]; 7. 21K-Ryan Kitchen[3]; 8. 7M-Kevin Ramey[8]; 9. 12M-Kolt Walker[11]; 10. 42-Henry Gustavus[9]; DNS 5S-Tyler Smith

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[2]; 2. 82-David Gravel[4]; 3. 3G-Shane Stewart[6]; 4. 2J-Gary Taylor[3]; 5. 53-Jack Dover[5]; 6. 88-Tim Crawley[11]; 7. 5R-Jerod Roller[8]; 8. 17WX-Cole Wood[9]; 9. 27X-Andy Shouse[7]; 10. 88M-Scottie McDonald[1]; 11. 8A-Wyatt Burks[10]

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 71-Kevin Swindell[2]; 2. 59-Kraig Kinser[1]; 3. 87B-Jason Barney[3]; 4. 10-Terry Gray[6]; 5. 49-Shawn Dancer[4]; 6. 8-Alex Sewell[8]; 7. 01-Roger Crockett[11]; 8. 27-Beau Stewart[10]; 9. 74E-Claud Estes III[5]; 10. 12S-Adam Schmidt[9]; DNS 13T-Taylor Tidmore

Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 93M-Dustin Morgan[2]; 2. 17B-Ryan Bickett[4]; 3. 03-Joe Wood Jr[6]; 4. 1H-Kyle Hirst[10]; 5. 39B-Brad Bowden[8]; 6. 17X-Josh Baughman[9]; 7. 51-Matt Ward[1]; 8. 6B-Ryan Beechler[11]; 9. 11S-Patrick Stasa[5]; 10. 3N-Nate VanHaaften[7]; 11. (DNF) 87R-Aaron Reutzel[3]

 

 

10/24/2013 at I-30 Speedway ASCS Sprints

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 1S-Sammy Swindell[1]; 2. 87T-Tyler Thomas[5]; 3. 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek[6]; 4. 22H-Randy Hannagan[13]; 5. 23X-Seth Bergman[4]; 6. 31B-Christopher Bell[14]; 7. 7S-Jason Sides[17]; 8. 4AM-Mike Goodman[16]; 9. 21B-Brian Brown[19]; 10. 9JR-Derek Hagar[15]; 11. 6-Tim Shaffer[20]; 12. 95-Matt Covington[18]; 13. 12D-Dalton Davis[10]; 14. 3H-Brandon Hanks[12]; 15. 0-Channin Tankersley[2]; 16. (DNF) 17W-Harli White[11]; 17. (DNF) 14Z-Zach Pringle[8]; 18. (DNF) 6T-Terry McCarl[3]; 19. (DNF) 1-Sean McClelland[9]; 20. (DNF) 17G-Cody Gardner[7]

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 9JR-Derek Hagar[1]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 3. 81-Danny Wood[3]; 4. 21TX-Brandon Schure[6]; 5. 91-Justin Henderson[7]; 6. 19-Klint Angelette[5]; 7. 94-Jeff Swindell[4]; 8. 40DD-Caleb Griffith[8]; 9. 93-Chris Sweeney[11]; 10. 0M-Andy McElhannon[9]; 11. (DNF) 38-Rick Pringle[10]; DNS 77X-Wayne Johnson

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 4AM-Mike Goodman[2]; 2. 21B-Brian Brown[4]; 3. 21X-Joey Moughan[1]; 4. 41-Jason Johnson[5]; 5. 14K-Kyle Bellm[3]; 6. 57-Kyle Chady[6]; 7. 13-Todd Fayard[12]; 8. 1J-Nic Jenkins[10]; 9. 12R-Nick Roberts[8]; 10. 4X-Shawn Petersen[7]; 11. 13TT-Tristan Tidmore[11]; DNS 5X-Tyson Hall

B Feature 3 (12 Laps): 1. 7S-Jason Sides[1]; 2. 6-Tim Shaffer[3]; 3. 05-Brad Loyet[2]; 4. 17H-Blake Hahn[4]; 5. 69-Larry Howery[10]; 6. 3-A.G. Rains[7]; 7. 23-Howard Moore[8]; 8. 4J-John James[11]; 9. 81A-Chris Morgan[9]; 10. (DNF) 39C-Travis Rilat[6]; DNS 31G-Johnny Gardner

Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 14K-Kyle Bellm[1]; 2. 21X-Joey Moughan[3]; 3. 05-Brad Loyet[6]; 4. 17G-Cody Gardner[4]; 5. 4AM-Mike Goodman[7]; 6. 95-Matt Covington[8]; 7. 40DD-Caleb Griffith[9]; 8. 1J-Nic Jenkins[5]; 9. (DNF) 13-Todd Fayard[2]

Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 1-Sean McClelland[2]; 2. 41-Jason Johnson[1]; 3. 7S-Jason Sides[4]; 4. 23X-Seth Bergman[5]; 5. 12R-Nick Roberts[3]; 6. 19-Klint Angelette[6]; 7. 94-Jeff Swindell[8]; 8. 4X-Shawn Petersen[7]

Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. 6T-Terry McCarl[3]; 2. 3H-Brandon Hanks[2]; 3. 31B-Christopher Bell[6]; 4. 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek[7]; 5. 38-Rick Pringle[1]; 6. 22H-Randy Hannagan[8]; 7. 4J-John James[5]; 8. 93-Chris Sweeney[4]

Heat 4 (10 Laps): 1. 0-Channin Tankersley[4]; 2. 31G-Johnny Gardner[2]; 3. 81A-Chris Morgan[1]; 4. 17W-Harli White[3]; 5. 81-Danny Wood[8]; 6. 0M-Andy McElhannon[5]; 7. 91-Justin Henderson[7]; 8. 13TT-Tristan Tidmore[6]

Heat 5 (10 Laps): 1. 39C-Travis Rilat[1]; 2. 14Z-Zach Pringle[2]; 3. 12D-Dalton Davis[3]; 4. 87T-Tyler Thomas[6]; 5. 5X-Tyson Hall[5]; 6. 17H-Blake Hahn[7]; 7. 21B-Brian Brown[8]; 8. 69-Larry Howery[4]

Heat 6 (10 Laps): 1. 9JR-Derek Hagar[4]; 2. 21TX-Brandon Schure[2]; 3. 1S-Sammy Swindell[7]; 4. 6-Tim Shaffer[8]; 5. 23-Howard Moore[3]; 6. 57-Kyle Chady[1]; 7. (DNF) 3-A.G. Rains[5]; 8. (DNF) 77X-Wayne Johnson[6]

Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 17W-Harli White[1]; 2. 12D-Dalton Davis[2]; 3. 0-Channin Tankersley[6]; 4. 94-Jeff Swindell[8]; 5. 21X-Joey Moughan[4]; 6. 05-Brad Loyet[5]; 7. 21TX-Brandon Schure[3]; 8. 12R-Nick Roberts[7]; 9. 1J-Nic Jenkins[9]; DNS 77X-Wayne Johnson

Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 23X-Seth Bergman[2]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 3. 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek[4]; 4. 21B-Brian Brown[8]; 5. 31B-Christopher Bell[5]; 6. 41-Jason Johnson[3]; 7. 9JR-Derek Hagar[6]; 8. 23-Howard Moore[7]; 9. 93-Chris Sweeney[10]; 10. 4J-John James[9]

Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 22H-Randy Hannagan[1]; 2. 6T-Terry McCarl[6]; 3. 3H-Brandon Hanks[4]; 4. 7S-Jason Sides[3]; 5. 91-Justin Henderson[8]; 6. 14K-Kyle Bellm[5]; 7. 3-A.G. Rains[9]; 8. 69-Larry Howery[10]; 9. 38-Rick Pringle[7]; DNS 81A-Chris Morgan

Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 1S-Sammy Swindell[6]; 2. 87T-Tyler Thomas[3]; 3. 4AM-Mike Goodman[2]; 4. 19-Klint Angelette[7]; 5. 57-Kyle Chady[8]; 6. 4X-Shawn Petersen[9]; 7. 31G-Johnny Gardner[4]; 8. 5X-Tyson Hall[1]; 9. (DNF) 39C-Travis Rilat[5]; 10. (DNF) 13-Todd Fayard[10]

Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 17G-Cody Gardner[2]; 2. 17H-Blake Hahn[1]; 3. 14Z-Zach Pringle[4]; 4. 81-Danny Wood[3]; 5. 1-Sean McClelland[6]; 6. 6-Tim Shaffer[5]; 7. 40DD-Caleb Griffith[8]; 8. 0M-Andy McElhannon[7]; 9. 13TT-Tristan Tidmore[9]

 

 

10/23/2013 at I-30 Speedway ASCS Sprints

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 1M-Danny Lasoski[5]; 2. 45X-Johnny Herrera[3]; 3. 31B-Christopher Bell[4]; 4. 88-Tim Crawley[1]; 5. 71-Kevin Swindell[11]; 6. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[2]; 7. 1S-Sammy Swindell[20]; 8. W20-Greg Wilson[6]; 9. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[7]; 10. 9JR-Derek Hagar[14]; 11. 77X-Wayne Johnson[19]; 12. 41-Jason Johnson[17]; 13. 82-David Gravel[8]; 14. 23X-Seth Bergman[12]; 15. 1-Sean McClelland[15]; 16. 01-Roger Crockett[13]; 17. 95-Matt Covington[23]; 18. 5R-Jerod Roller[16]; 19. 39C-Travis Rilat[22]; 20. (DNF) 17G-Cody Gardner[24]; 21. (DNF) 93M-Dustin Morgan[9]; 22. (DNF) 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek[18]; 23. (DNF) 17H-Blake Hahn[10]; 24. 6T-Terry McCarl[21]

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 77X-Wayne Johnson[2]; 2. 39C-Travis Rilat[1]; 3. 6S-Chad Kemenah[8]; 4. 36B-Jonathan Beason[3]; 5. 21B-Brian Brown[5]; 6. 1H-Kyle Hirst[9]; 7. 6-Tim Shaffer[11]; 8. 14K-Kyle Bellm[6]; 9. 0-Channin Tankersley[14]; 10. 9P-Parker Price-Miller[4]; 11. 51-Matt Ward[12]; 12. 23-Howard Moore[10]; 13. (DNF) 44-Ronny Howard[7]; 14. (DNF) 12M-Kolt Walker[13]

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 1S-Sammy Swindell[2]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[3]; 3. 87R-Aaron Reutzel[13]; 4. 3G-Shane Stewart[12]; 5. 05-Brad Loyet[6]; 6. 21X-Joey Moughan[10]; 7. 3-A.G. Rains[7]; 8. 13-Todd Fayard[11]; 9. 88M-Scottie McDonald[8]; 10. 16-Anthony Nicholson[14]; 11. 74E-Claud Estes III[5]; 12. (DNF) 6B-Ryan Beechler[9]; 13. (DNF) 1J-Nic Jenkins[4]; 14. (DNF) 40DD-Caleb Griffith[1]

B Feature 3 (12 Laps): 1. 6T-Terry McCarl[1]; 2. 17G-Cody Gardner[2]; 3. 7S-Jason Sides[5]; 4. 22H-Randy Hannagan[12]; 5. 29-Brandon Hahn[4]; 6. 91-Justin Henderson[3]; 7. 49-Shawn Dancer[6]; 8. 87B-Jason Barney[13]; 9. 27-Beau Stewart[7]; 10. 19-Klint Angelette[8]; 11. 12S-Adam Schmidt[10]; 12. (DNF) 14Z-Zach Pringle[9]; 13. (DNF) 32X-Robert Richardson[11]; 14. (DNF) 59-Kraig Kinser[14]

C Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 12M-Kolt Walker[2]; 2. 0-Channin Tankersley[6]; 3. 87T-Tyler Thomas[1]; 4. 42-Henry Gustavus[7]; 5. 57-Kyle Chady[8]; 6. 3H-Brandon Hanks[3]; 7. 17M-Austin Brown[11]; 8. 4PM-Whit Gastineau[5]; 9. 17WX-Cole Wood[13]; 10. 12R-Nick Roberts[12]; 11. 5X-Tyson Hall[9]; DNS 26-Marshall Skinner; DNS 10-Terry Gray

C Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 87R-Aaron Reutzel[7]; 2. 16-Anthony Nicholson[5]; 3. 17X-Josh Baughman[4]; 4. 12T-Joe Young[6]; 5. (DNF) 12D-Dalton Davis[1]; 6. (DNF) 111-Kaley Engstrom[11]; 7. (DNF) 13TT-Tristan Tidmore[3]; 8. (DNF) 13T-Taylor Tidmore[2]; 9. (DNF) X-Charlie Louden[9]; DNS 5S-Tyler Smith; DNS 4AM-Mike Goodman; DNS 27X-Andy Shouse; DNS 31W-Justin Webb

C Feature 3 (10 Laps): 1. 87B-Jason Barney[4]; 2. 59-Kraig Kinser[2]; 3. 94-Jeff Swindell[6]; 4. 17W-Harli White[5]; 5. 8-Alex Sewell[1]; 6. 21TX-Brandon Schure[11]; 7. 4X-Shawn Petersen[10]; 8. 17B-Ryan Bickett[8]; 9. 3N-Nate VanHaaften[9]; 10. 99-Blake Jenkins[7]; DNS 93-Chris Sweeney; DNS 21K-Kevin Hinkle; DNS 38-Rick Pringle

Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 9JR-Derek Hagar[1]; 2. 91-Justin Henderson[2]; 3. 36B-Jonathan Beason[5]; 4. 1H-Kyle Hirst[3]; 5. 14Z-Zach Pringle[6]; 6. 3G-Shane Stewart[7]; 7. 16-Anthony Nicholson[4]; 8. 94-Jeff Swindell[8]; 9. 87R-Aaron Reutzel[10]; 10. 111-Kaley Engstrom[9]

Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 1-Sean McClelland[1]; 2. 82-David Gravel[5]; 3. 01-Roger Crockett[6]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[7]; 5. 21B-Brian Brown[9]; 6. 12S-Adam Schmidt[8]; 7. 12T-Joe Young[3]; 8. 13TT-Tristan Tidmore[10]; 9. (DNF) 27X-Andy Shouse[2]; 10. (DNF) 17WX-Cole Wood[4]

Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. 5R-Jerod Roller[1]; 2. 9P-Parker Price-Miller[2]; 3. 39C-Travis Rilat[6]; 4. 05-Brad Loyet[5]; 5. 17G-Cody Gardner[10]; 6. 6-Tim Shaffer[8]; 7. 12D-Dalton Davis[9]; 8. 17B-Ryan Bickett[4]; 9. 12R-Nick Roberts[3]; 10. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[7]

Heat 4 (10 Laps): 1. 41-Jason Johnson[1]; 2. 1S-Sammy Swindell[3]; 3. 7S-Jason Sides[4]; 4. 6T-Terry McCarl[8]; 5. 8-Alex Sewell[2]; 6. 12M-Kolt Walker[6]; 7. 4PM-Whit Gastineau[5]; 8. 93-Chris Sweeney[10]; 9. 3N-Nate VanHaaften[7]; 10. 21TX-Brandon Schure[9]

Heat 5 (10 Laps): 1. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[6]; 2. 1J-Nic Jenkins[2]; 3. 1M-Danny Lasoski[8]; 4. 88M-Scottie McDonald[4]; 5. 3-A.G. Rains[9]; 6. 13T-Taylor Tidmore[7]; 7. 99-Blake Jenkins[1]; 8. 5X-Tyson Hall[5]; 9. (DNF) 38-Rick Pringle[3]

Heat 6 (10 Laps): 1. 71-Kevin Swindell[2]; 2. 31B-Christopher Bell[6]; 3. 44-Ronny Howard[1]; 4. 19-Klint Angelette[4]; 5. 22H-Randy Hannagan[3]; 6. 59-Kraig Kinser[5]; 7. 26-Marshall Skinner[7]; 8. 87B-Jason Barney[9]; 9. X-Charlie Louden[8]

Heat 7 (10 Laps): 1. 23X-Seth Bergman[2]; 2. 74E-Claud Estes III[1]; 3. 23-Howard Moore[3]; 4. 40DD-Caleb Griffith[9]; 5. 6B-Ryan Beechler[4]; 6. 27-Beau Stewart[8]; 7. 3H-Brandon Hanks[6]; 8. 17W-Harli White[7]; 9. 31G-Johnny Gardner[10]; 10. 31W-Justin Webb[5]

Heat 8 (10 Laps): 1. 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek[1]; 2. 29-Brandon Hahn[2]; 3. 17H-Blake Hahn[7]; 4. 77X-Wayne Johnson[8]; 5. 87T-Tyler Thomas[3]; 6. 6S-Chad Kemenah[9]; 7. 0-Channin Tankersley[4]; 8. 5S-Tyler Smith[6]; 9. 4X-Shawn Petersen[5]

Heat 9 (10 Laps): 1. W20-Greg Wilson[3]; 2. 93M-Dustin Morgan[5]; 3. 45X-Johnny Herrera[9]; 4. 21X-Joey Moughan[2]; 5. 51-Matt Ward[4]; 6. 13-Todd Fayard[8]; 7. 17X-Josh Baughman[6]; 8. (DNF) 4AM-Mike Goodman[1]; 9. (DNF) 10-Terry Gray[7]

Heat 10 (10 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[3]; 2. 88-Tim Crawley[9]; 3. 14K-Kyle Bellm[2]; 4. 49-Shawn Dancer[5]; 5. 23-Howard Moore[6]; 6. 32X-Robert Richardson[8]; 7. 57-Kyle Chady[1]; 8. (DNF) 42-Henry Gustavus[7]; 9. (DNF) 17M-Austin Brown[4]

 

 

Brian Brown ices the field in Devil’s Bowl Winter Nationals

Bryan Hulbert - MESQUITE, Texas (October 19, 2013) Taking his second career Lucas Oil ASCS feature win at the Devil’s Bowl Speedway in the 40th annual Winter Nationals was icing on the cake, so to speak, for Brian Brown who capped his Birthday with a $4,000 check courtesy of Lanny Edwards.

His fourth triumph of the season against the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real, Brian Brown gridded the Casey’s General Store No. 21 eighth; charging forward with vigor from the word go. Grabbing fourth in the opening corners, Brown’s charge wasn’t done there as the Missouri veteran raced the high side to second before the first lap could be completed.

Trailing pole sitter Wayne Johnson, the caution displayed on Lap 2, setting up for Brown’s attempt at the lead.

Timing the Oil Medics No. 77x off the turn four restart, Brown rolled to the center of turn-one. Pulling even with Johnson exiting turn-two, the pair drag raced for the inside groove of turn-three with Brown edging Johnson for the top spot.

Asked how much of a gamble it was to vacate the stronger inside line, Brown replied, “I talked to my Crew Chief, Chad, before the race there and thought, you know, what about just giving something a shot? I’ve seen guys do it in the past and make something happen. We got a really good start and was able to get a good run there. I knew starting eighth it was going to be tough.”

At speed following a caution on Lap 6, Brian Brown began slowly pulling away from the field. Advancing into slower traffic on Lap 14, timing was everything as Wayne Johnson began closing the gap.

As the race for the lead began taking shape, it all broke loose on Lap 16 as slower cars nearly made contact in front of the leaders, ultimately squeezing the No. 29 of Brandon Hahn to the infield berm which sent the rookie driver spinning mid-way down the back straight-a-way. Leaving Brown with only inches to maneuver, the FVP No. 21 was spared with minimal consequence. Joshua Hodges and Wayne Johnson were not so lucky. Plowing into the back of Hahn with nowhere to go, the No. 74x of Hodges went skyward, slamming the door on Wayne Johnson’s escape route with contact between the pair sheering the top wing from the Oil Medics No. 77x. All drivers were uninjured.

“I almost got clobbered there on the back stretch. I actually had a rock come up and hit me upside the head and knock me a little loopy” commented Brown who later chuckled, “I don’t know, it may have straightened me out a bit.”

The final revolutions yielded no challenge for Brian Brown, crossing a comfortable 1.637 seconds ahead of Tony Bruce, Jr.

“We’re just happy to be on the front straight-a-way at the end of the night” said Tony Bruce, Jr. of his runner up finish. “We’ve got the entire Oil Medics crew out here so we’re happy to run good for them, plus my Dad is here tonight. This whole thing is a big family effort out here. Unfortunately we came up one spot short. Brian had nothing to lose and everything to gain starting that far back and going to the top.”

Aaron Reutzel crossed third, more than pleased with the outcome of his evening, “this is a great run for us. If you would have asked me how I was going to do after the draw tonight, I would have told you we weren’t even going to make the show so to run third, we’re pumped.”

Seth Bergman ended up fourth with Jack Dover completing the top five.

Jeff Swindell patiently pushed from ninth to sixth with Channin Tankersley shaking down his Short Track Nationals ride to a seventh place showing. Jason Johnson came from thirteenth to eighth with Logan Forler clawing his way through the field from twenty-first to ninth. The top ten wrapped up with Travis Rilat.

Checking in 50 drivers from a dozen states, Heat Races filled out to six with Jeff Swindell, Brady Bacon, Travis Rilat, Wayne Johnson, Tony Bruce, Jr., and Seth Bergman garnering victories. Twin B-Features were captured by Christopher Bell and C.J. Johnson.

Paired with the Smiley’s Racing Products Lone Star Region, Matt Covington picked up his second consecutive Regional Championship by 172 markers over Patrick Stasa.

The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real drivers turn their attention next to the I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Ark. for the 26th annual COMP Cams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tire, happening Wednesday, October 23 through Saturday, October 26. For additional information, log onto http://www.i-30speedway.com.

Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real 40th annual Winter Nationals Devil’s Bowl Speedway - Mesquite, Texas Saturday, October 19, 2013

Car Count: 50

Wesmar Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 94-Jeff Swindell[1]; 2. 05-Brad Loyet[3]; 3. 0-Channin Tankersley[8]; 4. 22X-Marvin Lough[6]; 5. 4J-John James[7]; 6. 69-Larry Howery[9]; 7. 111-Morgan Montgomery[2]; 8. (DNF) 45-Martin Edwards[4]; 9. (DNF) 95-Matt Covington[5]

Ti22 Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 14X-Brady Bacon[3]; 2. 31B-Christopher Bell[2]; 3. 12-James Mosher[1]; 4. 27-Andy Shouse[8]; 5. 82-Bryan Clauson[4]; 6. 17-Blake Hahn[7]; 7. 12M-Kolt Walker[9]; 8. 4AM-Mike Goodman[5]; 9. 19-Patrick Stasa[6]

Rod End Supply Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 39C-Travis Rilat[1]; 2. 93-Dustin Morgan[3]; 3. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[4]; 4. 2L-Logan Forler[5]; 5. 4X-Shawn Petersen[2]; 6. 29-Brandon Hahn[8]; 7. 7M-Kevin Ramey[6]; 8. 6-Ryan Beechler[7]

Saldana Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 77X-Wayne Johnson[3]; 2. E85-C.J. Johnson[1]; 3. 21-Brian Brown[6]; 4. 74B-John Carney II[8]; 5. 12W-Dale Wester[7]; 6. 14-Michael Lang[5]; 7. 22-Koby Barksdale[2]; 8. (DNF) 3-Raven Culp[4]

BMRS Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[4]; 2. 53-Jack Dover[5]; 3. 87-Aaron Reutzel[6]; 4. 41-Jason Johnson[8]; 5. 11-Justin Melton[2]; 6. 45X-Johnny Herrera[7]; 7. 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek[1]; 8. 82-Bryan Clauson

SBI Fuel Bladders Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[2]; 2. 17H-Harli White[1]; 3. 1-Danny Jennings[4]; 4. 74X-Joshua Hodges[7]; 5. (DNF) 17W-Cole Wood[5]; 6. (DNF) 10-George White[6]; 7. (DNF) 74E-Claud Estes III[3]; DNS 91-Justin Henderson

DMI B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 31B-Christopher Bell[1]; 2. 17H-Harli White[2]; 3. 2L-Logan Forler[4]; 4. 1-Danny Jennings[3]; 5. 12M-Kolt Walker[9]; 6. 4J-John James[5]; 7. 17-Blake Hahn[8]; 8. 69-Larry Howery[6]; 9. 95-Matt Covington[17]; 10. 29-Brandon Hahn[7]; 11. 17W-Cole Wood[12]; 12. 11-Justin Melton[10]; 13. 52-Wes Miller[16]; 14. (DNF) 22-Koby Barksdale[13]; 15. (DNF) 74E-Claud Estes III[11]; DNS 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek; DNS 45-Martin Edwards

Joie of Seating B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. E85-C.J. Johnson[1]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[2]; 3. 45X-Johnny Herrera[8]; 4. 10-George White[6]; 5. 12-James Mosher[4]; 6. 7M-Kevin Ramey[11]; 7. 4AM-Mike Goodman[14]; 8. 82-Bryan Clauson[7]; 9. 12W-Dale Wester[5]; 10. 4X-Shawn Petersen[9]; 11. 111-Morgan Montgomery[12]; 12. (DNF) 3-Raven Culp[15]; 13. (DNF) 6-Ryan Beechler[13]; 14. (DNF) 22X-Marvin Lough[3]; 15. (DNF) 19-Patrick Stasa[16]; DNS 14-Michael Lang; DNS 91-Justin Henderson

Protect the Harvest A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 21-Brian Brown[8]; 2. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[2]; 3. 87-Aaron Reutzel[4]; 4. 23-Seth Bergman[3]; 5. 53-Jack Dover[7]; 6. 94-Jeff Swindell[9]; 7. 0-Channin Tankersley[6]; 8. 41-Jason Johnson[13]; 9. 2L-Logan Forler[21]; 10. 39C-Travis Rilat[10]; 11. 05-Brad Loyet[14]; 12. 14X-Brady Bacon[5]; 13. 31B-Christopher Bell[17]; 14. 45X-Johnny Herrera[22]; 15. 93-Dustin Morgan[15]; 16. (DNF) E85-C.J. Johnson[18]; 17. (DNF) 74B-John Carney II[12]; 18. (DNF) 77X-Wayne Johnson[1]; 19. (DNF) 29-Brandon Hahn[23]; 20. (DNF) 74X-Joshua Hodges[16]; 21. (DNF) 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[20]; 22. (DNF) 27-Andy Shouse[11]; 23. (DNF) 17H-Harli White[19]

Lap Leader(s): Wayne Johnson (1-2), Brian Brown (3-25) PitstopUSA.com Hard Charger: Logan Forler+12 FSR High Points of the Night: Tony Bruce, Jr. Hawk Performance Products Fastest Lap of the Night: Tony Bruce, Jr. - 17.004 Provisionals: Brandon Hahn (BP2)

2013 “A” Feature Winners: Jason Johnson-8, Jeff Swindell-5, Johnny Herrera-4, Roger Crockett-3, Brian Brown-4, Logan Forler-2, Brad Loyet-2, Danny Lasoski-2, Tony Bruce, Jr.-2, Kyle Bellm, Jack Dover, Seth Bergman, Jonathan Cornell, Travis Rilat, Justin Henderson, Shane Stewart, Tim Crawley

Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10): 1. Jason Johnson 4,828; 2. Johnny Herrera 4,762; 3. Jeff Swindell 4,585; 4. Brad Loyet 4,562; 5. Tony Bruce, Jr. 4,518; 6. Logan Forler 4,381; 7. Seth Bergman 4,264; 8. Dustin Morgan 4,053; 9. Cole Wood 3,818; 10. Brandon Hahn 3,145;

The 2013 season marks the twenty-second year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation and into Canada. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of nine different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, Roush Yates Racing Engines, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, SBI Fuel Bladders, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Xtreme Accu-Tach, Simpson, LeJoie Seating, Ti 22 Performance, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley’s Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

Winter Nationals Friday falls to Rain

Bryan Hulbert - MESQUITE, Texas (October 18, 2013) The 40th annual Devil’s Bowl Winter Nationals has been shortened to a single night affair as continued sporadic rain fall has plagued half-mile oval for the better part of Friday morning.

Races on Saturday, October 19 are scheduled to begin at 8:00 P.M. Pits will not open until 5:00 P.M. to allow crews to dry the pit areas as much as possible. Updates regarding the remainder of the weekend will be posted to http://www.ascsracing.com. For information on the Devil’s Bowl Speedway, visit http://www.devilsbowl.com.

The Series:

Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real

Event:

40th Devil’s Bowl Winter Nationals

When:

Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013 - Open at 6:00 P.M. / Racing at 8:00 P.M.

Where:

Devil’s Bowl Speedway 11711 Lawson Rd. Mesquite, TX 75181

Contact Information:

Website: http://www.devilsbowl.com Email: info@devilsbowl.com Phone: 972-222-2421

Event Coverage:

Live online audio is provided for the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real on http://www.racinboys.com. Live broadcasts are brought to you by Lucas Oil and presented by the McCarthy Auto Group, located in the Kansas City metropolitan area.

Line-ups, finishes, and further updates are provided throughout each race night at http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs and http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs

Live Timing and scoring is available at most Lucas Oil ASCS events via Race Monitor which is available in the App Store of your Smart Phone or Tablet.

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2013 “A” Feature Winners: Jason Johnson-8, Jeff Swindell-5, Johnny Herrera-4, Roger Crockett-3, Brian Brown-3, Logan Forler-2, Brad Loyet-2, Danny Lasoski-2, Tony Bruce, Jr.-2, Kyle Bellm, Jack Dover, Seth Bergman, Jonathan Cornell, Travis Rilat, Justin Henderson, Shane Stewart, Tim Crawley

Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10): 1. Jason Johnson 4,712; 2. Johnny Herrera 4,660; 3. Jeff Swindell 4,463; 4. Brad Loyet 4,454; 5. Tony Bruce, Jr. 4,376; 6. Logan Forler 4,268; 7. Seth Bergman 4,134; 8. Dustin Morgan 3,953; 9. Cole Wood 3,753; 10. Brandon Hahn 3,053;

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The 2013 season marks the twenty-second year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation and into Canada. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of nine different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, Roush Yates Racing Engines, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, SBI Fuel Bladders, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Xtreme Accu-Tach, Simpson, LeJoie Seating, Ti 22 Performance, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley’s Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Winter Nationals on deck for Lucas Oil ASCS

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (October 14, 2013) Entries numbering 47 were on hand for the 39th annual Devil’s Bowl Winter Nationals. Drivers from a dozen states made up the 2012 edition with Jeff Swindell notching the weekend sweep for the “Volunteer State” in the Hammers Family backed No. 94.

That many drivers and more are expected to be on hand for the 40th edition of the Winter Nationals as the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real dive into the final ten dates of the 2013 lineup.

Scheduled for Friday, October 18 and Saturday, October 19 reigning champion Jeff Swindell will look to add a second Winter Nationals title to his credit along with four other previous winners of the Devil's Bowl Winter Nationals.

Current Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real point’s leader Jason Johnson has topped the Devil’s Bowl Winter Nationals twice with back-to-back scores in 2007 and 2008. Nebraska’s Jack Dover is scheduled to try and repeat his 2010 success as well as Travis Rilat who topped the field in 2006. Kevin Ramey, who has spent the 2013 season juggling between racing the promoting at the Kennedale Speedway Park, took the top podium step in 2009.

Paired with the Smiley’s Racing Products Lone Star Region, current regional point’s leader Matt Covington maintains a buffer of 158 makers over Patrick Stasa. Kolt Walker holds third in regional standings with Blake Hahn and John James making up the top five with this weekend’s Winter Nationals putting a wrap in the 2013 season.

Overall, the Devil’s Bowl Winter Nationals has seen 21 different winners. Sammy Swindell has earned the top spot on eight occasions (1978, 1979, 1983, 1984, 1987, 1994, 1998, and 2000). Gary Wright’s five victories (1992, 1995, 1999, 2003, and 2005) stands second on the list with Doug Wolfgang taking the show position with a trio of victories (1980, 1981, and 1988).

Joe Saldana earned the inaugural 1974 victory. To date, the Saldana family is the only one to have a father, son victory to their credit with Joey Saldana winning in 2001.

The 40th Devil’s Bowl Winter Nationals on Friday, October 18 and Saturday, October 19 will begin at 8:00 P.M. (CT) both nights. Grandstands open at 6:00 P.M. with Pit Gates open at 2:00 P.M.

Support classes for the weekend include Blaine’s USA Limited Modifieds both nights. Saturday will see the addition of DGS RaceSaver 305cid Sprint Cars. For more information on the Devil’s Bowl Speedway including directions, lodging, and ticket information log onto http://www.devilsbowl.com or call 972-222-2421.

The Devil’s Bowl Winter Nationals will be preceded by the seventh Steve King Foundation Golf Tournament of Champions presented by Smiley’s Racing Products and Hoosier Tire Southwest on Thursday, October 17 at the Buffalo Creek Golf Club on Rockwall, Texas to again help raise funds for the continued work of the Steve King Foundation.

The Steve King Foundation Golf Tournament of Champions presented by Smiley’s Racing Products and Hoosier Tire Southwest will open at 10:30 A.M. with registration. The tournament begins at Noon. Anyone with questions or wishing to enter can contact Tom Lorenz or B.A. Wilson at Smiley’s Racing Products by calling 917-290-7011.

Past Devil’s Bowl Winners (Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour: Win Totals):

Gary Wright 20, Jason Johnson 10, Wayne Johnson 6, Kevin Ramey 4, Danny Jennings 3, Sammy Swindell 3, Garry Lee Maier 2, Jeff Swindell 2, Johnny Herrera 2, Mike Peters 2, Shane Carson 2, Shane Stewart 2, Terry Gray 2, Travis Rilat 2, Alan Payne, Brian Brown, Danny Lasoski, Edd French, Jack Dover, Jake Peters, Kyle Bell, Larry Neighbors, Mike Ward, Sam Hafertepe, Jr., Tim Crawley, Tony Bruce, Jr.

Past Devil’s Bowl Winter National Champions:

2012-Jeff Swindell 2011-Danny Lasoski 2010-Jack Dover 2009-Kevin Ramey 2008-Jason Johnson 2007-Jason Johnson 2006-Travis Rilat 2005-Gary Wright 2004-Shane Stewart 2003-Gary Wright 2002-Tyler Walker 2001-Joey Saldana 2000-Sammy Swindell 1999-Gary Wright 1998-Sammy Swindell 1997-Mark Kinser 1996-Mark Kinser 1995-Gary Wright 1994-Sammy Swindell 1993-Dave Blaney 1992-Gary Wright 1991-Mike Peters 1990-Steve Kinser 1989-Jack Hewitt 1988-Doug Wolfgang 1987-Sammy Swindell 1986-Bobby Davis, Jr. 1985-Dave Blaney 1984-Sammy Swindell 1983-Sammy Swindell 1982-Steve Kinser 1981-Doug Wolfgang 1980-Doug Wolfgang 1979-Sammy Swindell 1978-Sammy Swindell 1977-Bobby Marshall 1976-Bobby Marshall 1975-Jan Opperman 1974-Joe Saldana

The Series:

Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real

Event:

40th Devil’s Bowl Winter Nationals

When:

Friday, Oct. 18, 2013 - Open at 6:00 P.M. / Racing at 8:00 P.M.

Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013 - Open at 6:00 P.M. / Racing at 8:00 P.M.

Where:

Devil’s Bowl Speedway 11711 Lawson Rd. Mesquite, TX 75181

Contact Information:

Website: http://www.devilsbowl.com Email: info@devilsbowl.com Phone: 972-222-2421

Event Coverage:

Live online audio is provided for the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real on http://www.racinboys.com. Live broadcasts are brought to you by Lucas Oil and presented by the McCarthy Auto Group, located in the Kansas City metropolitan area.

Line-ups, finishes, and further updates are provided throughout each race night at http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs and http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs

Live Timing and scoring is available at most Lucas Oil ASCS events via Race Monitor which is available in the App Store of your Smart Phone or Tablet.

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2013 “A” Feature Winners: Jason Johnson-8, Jeff Swindell-5, Johnny Herrera-4, Roger Crockett-3, Brian Brown-3, Logan Forler-2, Brad Loyet-2, Danny Lasoski-2, Tony Bruce, Jr.-2, Kyle Bellm, Jack Dover, Seth Bergman, Jonathan Cornell, Travis Rilat, Justin Henderson, Shane Stewart, Tim Crawley

Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10): 1. Jason Johnson 4,712; 2. Johnny Herrera 4,660; 3. Jeff Swindell 4,463; 4. Brad Loyet 4,454; 5. Tony Bruce, Jr. 4,376; 6. Logan Forler 4,268; 7. Seth Bergman 4,134; 8. Dustin Morgan 3,953; 9. Cole Wood 3,753; 10. Brandon Hahn 3,053;

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The 2013 season marks the twenty-second year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation and into Canada. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of nine different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, Roush Yates Racing Engines, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, SBI Fuel Bladders, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Xtreme Accu-Tach, Simpson, LeJoie Seating, Ti 22 Performance, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley’s Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Ziehl runs away at Tucson with ASCS Southwest Region

Bryan Hulbert - TUCSON, Ariz. (October 12, 2013) - The Hose Advantage Store Southwest Region made its final stop of the 2013 season at the Tucson International Raceway on Saturday night with Rick Ziehl picking up his sixth winning check of the year with the southwest arm of the ASCS Nation.

Taking the lead on Lap 7 from pole starter Alex Pettas, sixth starting Ziehl went uncontested the remaining circuits for his ninth overall win at the Tucson oval with Joshua Williams and Billy Chester making up the podium. Kaylene Verville and Alex Pettas completed the top five. The remainder of the top ten included Casey Buckman, Glen Brace, Darrell Sickles, Perry McMillan, and Carson Ditsch.

The Hose Advantage Store Southwest Region joins with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real National Tour on Friday, November 1 at the El Paso Speedway Park in El Paso, Texas and the Southern New Mexico Speedway in Las Cruces, N.M. on Saturday, September 2 in the fourth annual Battle at the Border.

Hose Advantage Store Southwest Region Tucson International Raceway - Tucson, Ariz. Saturday, October 12, 2013

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 9-Ryan Linder; 2. 01-Kaylene Verville; 3. 27-Perry McMillan; 4. 96-Carson Ditsch; 5. 91-Casey Buckman; 6. 5A-Michael Curtis; 7. 56-Ryan Murphy; 8. 13-Glen Brace; 9. 55-Brent McKee

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 90-Lance Norick; 2. TI64-Alex Pettas; 3. 20Z-Rick Ziehl; 4. 41W-Joshua Williams; 5. 94-Billy Chester III; 6. 44K-Koty McGullam; 7. 29S-Darrell Sickles; 8. (DNF) 51-Cody Cambensy

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 20Z-Rick Ziehl; 2. 41W-Joshua Williams; 3. 94-Billy Chester III; 4. 01-Kaylene Verville; 5. TI64-Alex Pettas; 6. 91-Casey Buckman; 7. 13-Glen Brace; 8. 29S-Darrell Sickles; 9. 27-Perry McMillan; 10. 96-Carson Ditsch; 11. 55-Brent McKee; 12. 44K-Koty McGullam; 13. 56-Ryan Murphy; 14. (DNF) 9-Ryan Linder; 15. (DNF) 90-Lance Norick; DNS 51-Cody Cambensy; DQ. 5A-Michael Curtis

Lap Leader(s): Alex Pettas (1-6), Rick Ziehl (7-25)

 

 

Lucas Oil ASCS title chase resumes at the Devil’s Bowl

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (October 10, 2013) With time off for teams to regroup before making the final run to the 2013 season finale at the in Yuma, Ariz. the season’s final ten dates will stretch across Texas, Arkansas, New Mexico, and Arizona beginning Friday, October 18 and Saturday, October 19 at the historic Devil’s Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, Texas.

The 40th time the Winter Nationals will be contested at the historic half-mile, the October meeting will be the seventy-fifth and seventy-sixth time the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real has visited the Texas oval.

Jason Johnson and Johnny Herrera’s battle for the season ending $60,000 check has exchanged hands five times. Retaking the point after a runner up finish at the Salina Highbanks Speedway in Salina, Okla. on August 17, the three time series champion has been able to open his advantage to as much as 72 markers before giving up 20 points to Johnny Herrera after the driver of the MVT No. 45x scooped up his fourth triumph of 2013 in the rain delayed Hockett/McMillin Memorial at Lucas Oil Speedway on Sunday, August 29.

Johnson with ten wins to his credit at the Mesquite oval, and Herrera with two in Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real competition is no guarantee that either will take home the Winter National title as Jeff Swindell enters as the defending champion of the two day affair. Swindell completed the 2012 sweep with a closing lap pass on Danny Lasoski in the H&H/Pearson Farms No. 94.

With five wins on the season, Swindell has posted a season leading 14 podium finishes. Having had a season comparable to a roller-coaster ride, Swindell now finds his points position threatened by Brad Loyet who trails the crafty veteran by nine markers.

Posting a pair of wins in 2013, Loyet is second to Jason Johnson in Top 10 finishes with 30 to his credit. Couple that with 16 Top Five appearances and eight podiums, Loyet stands ready to grace the podium.

After trading fifth with Logan Forler off and on throughout the season, Tony Bruce, Jr. holds an 88 point buffer over the Forler Trucking No. 2L. Picking up the preliminary night of the Hockett/McMillin Memorial, Bruce’s second victory of the season marked his sixth podium appearance of the season, quickly followed by his seventh after the Inside Line Promotions No. 18 placed third on the Sunday finale.

Forler’s eleventh Top 5 of the season was dashed after slower traffic tangled with the Arizona driver at Lucas Oil Speedway. Relegating the No. 2L to an eleventh place showing, time off from the road has served Forler well, taking the win at the Arizona Speedway against the Hose Advantage Store Southwest Region.

Seth Bergman leads the ASCS Nation in A-Feature starts in 2013 with 48 starts between National and Regional nights. With a single National Tour win on the season, the Washington native has posted 21 Top 10 finishes. Dustin Morgan holds eighth in tour standings with Cole Wood ninth. The California driver has already solidified himself as the 2013 Brodix Rookie of the Year. Brandon Hahn and Shawn Petersen were the other drivers vying for that title. Hahn is on track to finish his year tenth in tour standings after Petersen fell out due to a back injury suffered on May 17.

The 40th Devil’s Bowl Winter Nationals on Friday, October 18 and Saturday, October 19 will begin at 8:00 P.M. (CT) both nights. Grandstands open at 6:00 P.M. with Pit Gates open at 2:00 P.M.

Support classes for the weekend include Blaine’s USA Limited Modifieds both nights. Saturday will see the addition of DGS RaceSaver 305cid Sprint Cars. For more information on the Devil’s Bowl Speedway including directions, lodging, and ticket information log onto http://www.devilsbowl.com or call 972-222-2421.

Past Devil’s Bowl Winners (Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour: Win Totals):

Gary Wright 20, Jason Johnson 10, Wayne Johnson 6, Kevin Ramey 4, Danny Jennings 3, Sammy Swindell 3, Garry Lee Maier 2, Jeff Swindell 2, Johnny Herrera 2, Mike Peters 2, Shane Carson 2, Shane Stewart 2, Terry Gray 2, Travis Rilat 2, Alan Payne, Brian Brown, Danny Lasoski, Edd French, Jack Dover, Jake Peters, Kyle Bell, Larry Neighbors, Mike Ward, Sam Hafertepe, Jr., Tim Crawley, Tony Bruce, Jr.

Devil’s Bowl Winners (Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour: By date):

6/21/94—Shane Carson 5/12/95—Alan Payne 7/23/95—Mike Ward 9/1/95—Mike Peters 9/2/95—Sammy Swindell 9/3/95—Sammy Swindell 6/18/96—Wayne Johnson 7/6/96—Terry Gray 11/1/96—Terry Gray 11/2/96—Johnny Herrera 4/5/97—Shane Carson 6/18/97—Wayne Johnson 10/31/97—Edd French 11/1/97—Mike Peters 6/19/98—Gary Wright 10/3/98—Gary Wright 10/4/98—Garry Lee Maier 7/8/99—Gary Wright 7/30/99—Garry Lee Maier 10/1/99—Gary Wright 10/2/99—Gary Wright 7/21/00—Gary Wright 10/6/00—Gary Wright 4/20/01—Larry Neighbors 7/20/01—Gary Wright 10/6/01—Gary Wright 4/19/02—Travis Rilat 6/7/02—Jason Johnson 10/4/02—Wayne Johnson 10/5/02—Gary Wright 4/18/03—Kevin Ramey 10/17/03—Tim Crawley 10/18/03—Gary Wright 10/23/04—Shane Stewart 3/18/05—Danny Jennings 3/19/05—Danny Jennings 6/9/05—Danny Jennings 10/21/05—Gary Wright 10/22/05—Gary Wright 6/24/06—Kevin Ramey 6/24/06—Kevin Ramey 7/13/06—Gary Wright 10/13/06—Jason Johnson 10/14/06—Travis Rilat 3/16/07—Wayne Johnson 3/17/07—Jake Peters 5/12/07—Gary Wright 7/19/07—Gary Wright 10/12/07—Jason Johnson 10/13/07—Jason Johnson 3/14/08—Tony Bruce, Jr. 3/15/08—Gary Wright 5/10/08—Jason Johnson 7/17/08—Gary Wright 10/17/08—Jason Johnson 10/18/08—Gary Wright 3/20/09—Shane Stewart 3/21/09—Jason Johnson 10/17/09—Gary Wright 10/18/09—Kevin Ramey 3/19/10—Sammy Swindell 10/15/10—Jason Johnson 10/16/10—Jack Dover 3/25/11—Jason Johnson 3/26/11—Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 10/21/11—Wayne Johnson 10/22/11—Danny Lasoski 3/24/12—Jason Johnson 6/15/12—Wayne Johnson 6/16/12—Brian Brown 10/19/12—Jeff Swindell 10/20/12—Jeff Swindell 3/22/13—Kyle Bellm 6/15/13—Johnny Herrera

Past Devil’s Bowl Winter National Champions:

2012-Jeff Swindell 2011-Danny Lasoski 2010-Jack Dover 2009-Kevin Ramey 2008-Jason Johnson 2007-Jason Johnson 2006-Travis Rilat 2005-Gary Wright 2004-Shane Stewart 2003-Gary Wright 2002-Tyler Walker 2001-Joey Saldana 2000-Sammy Swindell 1999-Gary Wright 1998-Sammy Swindell 1997-Mark Kinser 1996-Mark Kinser 1995-Gary Wright 1994-Sammy Swindell 1993-Dave Blaney 1992-Gary Wright 1991-Mike Peters 1990-Steve Kinser 1989-Jack Hewitt 1988-Doug Wolfgang 1987-Sammy Swindell 1986-Bobby Davis, Jr. 1985-Dave Blaney 1984-Sammy Swindell 1983-Sammy Swindell 1982-Steve Kinser 1981-Doug Wolfgang 1980-Doug Wolfgang 1979-Sammy Swindell 1978-Sammy Swindell 1977-Bobby Marshall 1976-Bobby Marshall 1975-Jan Opperman 1974-Joe Saldana

The Series:

Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real

Event:

40th Devil’s Bowl Winter Nationals

When:

Friday, Oct. 18, 2013 - Open at 6:00 P.M. / Racing at 8:00 P.M.

Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013 - Open at 6:00 P.M. / Racing at 8:00 P.M.

Where:

Devil’s Bowl Speedway 11711 Lawson Rd. Mesquite, TX 75181

Contact Information:

Website: http://www.devilsbowl.com Email: info@devilsbowl.com Phone: 972-222-2421

Event Coverage:

Live online audio is provided for the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real on http://www.racinboys.com. Live broadcasts are brought to you by Lucas Oil and presented by the McCarthy Auto Group, located in the Kansas City metropolitan area.

Line-ups, finishes, and further updates are provided throughout each race night at http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs and http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs

Live Timing and scoring is available at most Lucas Oil ASCS events via Race Monitor which is available in the App Store of your Smart Phone or Tablet.

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2013 “A” Feature Winners: Jason Johnson-8, Jeff Swindell-5, Johnny Herrera-4, Roger Crockett-3, Brian Brown-3, Logan Forler-2, Brad Loyet-2, Danny Lasoski-2, Tony Bruce, Jr.-2, Kyle Bellm, Jack Dover, Seth Bergman, Jonathan Cornell, Travis Rilat, Justin Henderson, Shane Stewart, Tim Crawley

Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10): 1. Jason Johnson 4,712; 2. Johnny Herrera 4,660; 3. Jeff Swindell 4,463; 4. Brad Loyet 4,454; 5. Tony Bruce, Jr. 4,376; 6. Logan Forler 4,268; 7. Seth Bergman 4,134; 8. Dustin Morgan 3,953; 9. Cole Wood 3,753; 10. Brandon Hahn 3,053;

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The 2013 season marks the twenty-second year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation and into Canada. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of nine different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, Roush Yates Racing Engines, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, SBI Fuel Bladders, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Xtreme Accu-Tach, Simpson, LeJoie Seating, Ti 22 Performance, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley’s Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Final Tucson appearance of 2013 this Saturday for Southwest Region

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (October 8, 2013) The Hose Advantage Store Southwest Region takes the spotlight this weekend at the Tucson International Raceway on Saturday, October 12 for the final time in 2013.

Logan Forler used his time off the road to capture the series victory on Saturday, October 5 at the Arizona Speedway and with this coming weekend serving as the final off weekend for the National Tour stands ready to take yet another win against the Hose Advantage Store Southwest Region.

Rick Ziehl continues his dominance of the series with a third place run this past weekend, extending his advantage in the season standings to 257 over Joshua Williams. Kaylene Verville holds third with Lance Norick rebounding back into the top five with a runner up finish at the Arizona Speedway this past weekend. Billy Chester completes the top five in driver standings.

After Saturday’s events at the Tucson International Raceway, only five dates remain for the Hose Advantage Store Southwest Region in 2013. The El Paso Speedway Park, Southern New Mexico Speedway, and Cocopah Speedway dot the map with the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real National Tour joining the mix. The season finale will be at the Arizona Speedway.

In terms of Tucson, seven previous visits this season have yielded five winners. Brian Brown and Roger Crockett began the season with the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real and Hose Advantage Store Southwest Region on February 22 and 23. Lorne Wofford captured back-to-back victories on April 6 and May 4 then backed up his Tucson consistency on June 1. Logan Forler pulled off the last corner pass on Rick Ziehl on June 29. The regional visit on September 14 ended with Rick Ziehl picking up his first win of the 2013 season at the Arizona oval.

Saturday, October 12 at the Tucson International Raceway will include USRA Modifieds, X-Mods, Factory Stocks, and Hornets. Racing is scheduled to begin at 6:30 P.M. (MT). For more information, log onto http://www.tucsoninternationalraceway.com.

For official points, news, and continued coverage of the ASCS Nation log onto http://www.ascsracing.com

Tucson International Raceway - Tucson, Ariz.

Southwest Regional Winners: Johnny Herrera 11, Rick Ziehl 8, Ben Gregg 6, Lorne Wofford 3, Rickey Hood 3, Donny Schatz 2, John Gaston 2, Brad Sweet, Brian Brown, Calvin Landis, Dalton Gabbard, Don Grable, Joshua Hodges, Joshua Williams, Logan Forler, Roger Crockett, Sammy Swindell, Shane Stewart, Shawn Sander

Different Winners: 19 Events Contested: 47

Winner States Represented: 10 (Arizona, California, Iowa, Missouri, North Dakota, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas)

List by Date:

9/14/2013-Rick Ziehl 6/29/2013-Logan Forler 6/1/2013-Lorne Wofford 5/4/2013-Lorne Wofford 4/6/2013-Lorne Wofford 2/23/2013-Roger Crockett 2/22/2013-Brian Brown 11/19/2011-Donny Schatz 11/18/2011-Brad Sweet 11/17/2011-Sammy Swindell 10/1/2011-Joshua Hodges 9/17/2011-Johnny Herrera 8/20/2011-Rick Ziehl 7/16/2011-Rick Ziehl 6/25/2011-Rick Ziehl 6/4/2011-Rick Ziehl 5/7/2011-Johnny Herrera 4/23/2011-Johnny Herrera 4/2/2011-Calvin Landis 2/19/2011-Shane Stewart 2/18/2011-Johnny Herrera 11/19/2010-Johnny Herrera 11/18/2010-Donny Schatz 10/2/2010-Johnny Herrera 9/18/2010-Rick Ziehl 8/21/2010-Dalton Gabbard 7/17/2010-Joshua Williams 4/24/2010-John Gaston 4/3/2010-Johnny Herrera 3/20/2010-Rick Ziehl 10/24/2009-Johnny Herrera 9/9/2009-Ben Gregg 7/4/2009-Rickey Hood 5/30/2009-Rickey Hood 5/16/2009-Rickey Hood 5/2/2009-John Gaston 3/14/2009-Johnny Herrera 10/18/2008-Ben Gregg 10/4/2008-Johnny Herrera 10/3/2008-Johnny Herrera 9/6/2008-Rick Ziehl 6/28/2008-Ben Gregg 6/7/2008-Shawn Sander 5/24/2008-Ben Gregg 5/10/2008-Ben Gregg 5/3/2008-Ben Gregg 3/22/2008-Don Grable

 

 

Logan Forler snags Arizona cash

Bryan Hulbert - QUEEN CREEK, Ariz. (October 5, 2013) The Hose Advantage Store Southwest Region paid a visit to the Arizona Speedway Saturday night with Logan Forler taking the top spot in the night’s 25 lap feature.

Charging from sixth in the Forler Trucking No. 2L, Forler crossed ahead of Lance Norick and fifth starting Rick Ziehl. Advancing four spots, Joshua Williams grabbed fourth with Ryan Linder completing the top five. The remainder of the top ten included Steve Stone, Casey Buckman, Steve Lohn, Darrell Sickles, and Brent McKee.

The Hose Advantage Store Southwest Region competes next at the Tucson International Raceway on Saturday, October 12. For a complete listing of events, points, and updates log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

Hose Advantage Store Southwest Region Arizona Speedway - Queen Creek, Ariz. Saturday, October 5, 2013

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 41W-Joshua Williams; 2. 90-Lance Norick; 3. 29S-Darrell Sickles; 4. 91-Casey Buckman; 5. 56-Ryan Murphy; 6. 55-Brent McKee

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 20Z-Rick Ziehl; 2. 01-Kaylene Verville; 3. 57X-Steve Stone; 4. 11T-Steve Lohn; DNS TI64-Alex Pettas; DNS 83-Mathew White

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 2L-Logan Forler; 2. 9-Ryan Linder; 3. 8-Bob Ream Jr; 4. 5A-Michael Curtis; 5. 17K-Kyle Danielson

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 2L-Logan Forler; 2. 90-Lance Norick; 3. 20Z-Rick Ziehl; 4. 41W-Joshua Williams; 5. 9-Ryan Linder; 6. 57X-Steve Stone; 7. 91-Casey Buckman; 8. 11T-Steve Lohn; 9. 29S-Darrell Sickles; 10. 55-Brent McKee; 11. 5A-Michael Curtis; 12. 56-Ryan Murphy; 13. 17K-Kyle Danielson; 14. 83-Mathew White; 15. (DNF) 01-Kaylene Verville; 16. (DNF) 8-Bob Ream Jr; DNS TI64-Alex Pettas

 

 

Rain ends Warrior Region’s 2013 campaign

Bryan Hulbert - GRAIN VALLEY, Mo. (October 3, 2013) News from the owner of the Valley Speedway in Grain Valley, Mo is that Thursday rains, with more forecasted at the Missouri oval, has resulted in the cancellation of the Speedway Motors Warrior Region finale on Friday, October 4.

According to track officials, under current conditions, the track would not allow crews to begin working the surface until Noon on Friday. With more rain in the forecast on Friday, the decision was made to call the event. The race will not be rescheduled.

Jonathan Cornell is officially the 2013 Speedway Motors Warrior Region champion.

The 2013 season saw 18 A-Features contested with Cornell topping the season at 8 wins. Johnny Herrera with three victories and Brian Brown with two completes the list of multi-time winners in 2013. Jay Russell, Tony Bruce, Jr., Jack Dover, Jake Martens, and Seth Bergman each earned a single victory.

For news and information regarding the ASCS Nation, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

 

 

Warrior Region 2013 finale this Friday in Grain Valley

 Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (October 1, 2013) The Speedway Motors Warrior Region will bring their 2013 season to a close this Friday, October 4 at the Valley Speedway in Grain Valley, Mo.

Despite a less than ideal weekend this past Friday and Saturday night at the Lucas Oil Speedway, Jonathan Cornell was able to put the finishing touches on his 2013 campaign, sealing up his second straight Warrior Region title heading into Friday’s finale.

The third visit of 2013, Brian Brown and Johnny Herrera grabbed up the first two rounds at the Grain Valley oval.

Going into the closing weekend, eight drivers have earned victories with the Speedway Motors Warrior Region in 2013. Jonathan Cornell, Johnny Herrera, and Brian Brown are the only repeat winners so far with Cornell at eight wins, Herrera at three, and Brown with two.

Jay Russell, Tony Bruce, Jr., Jack Dover, Jake Martens, and Seth Bergman each have a single victory.

In total, 121 drivers have taken part in Speedway Motors Warrior Region events with 94 drivers making at least one feature start.

Friday, October 4 at the Valley Speedway will include Vintage and Midget classes in addition to the Speedway Motors Warrior Region. Gates open at 6:00 P.M. with Hot Laps beginning at 7:00 P.M. For more information on the Valley Speedway, log onto http://www.valleyspeedway.com.

For official news, updates, and points for the ASCS Nation, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com

 

 

Johnny Herrera shines at Hockett/McMillin Memorial

Bryan Hulbert - WHEATLAND, Mo. (September 29, 2013) After rain pushed the finale of the third annual Jesse Hockett / Daniel McMillin Memorial to a Sunday affair, the MAVTV American Real cameras saw Johnny Herrera live up to his nickname as “Hollywood” led from flag-to-flag for his fourth Protect the Harvest A-Feature win of the season.

His tenth overall with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real, Herrera became the ninth different winner with the National Tour at the Lucas Oil Speedway.

“The short time I raced with Jesse, we did race some non-wing stuff together and we always had great races together. He was a great guy and I wish we were still racing with him but I know he’s watching down; I just feel honored that I could actually win this race,” commented Herrera on his victory.

“We usually come to Wheatland and seem to struggle. We drew a bad number both nights in a row. I just couldn’t seem to get out of the fifties and sixties but tonight, the track was wider in the Heat Races and we were able to do some passing to get ourselves in position.”

With the track developing what Herrera called “ridges” around the cushion, the Print Place No. 45x worked the highline around the Lucas Oil Speedway for the better part of the feature. Starting off low, Herrera went topside after the seventh round with Brian Brown stalking the New Mexico driver for the lead.

“We ran the first few laps around the bottom and it was really good. I’m sure the other guys got tight like I did running the first few laps around the bottom but you just had to keep your eyes open and known when to move up on the racetrack.”

Brian Brown posted his second runner up in as many nights of racing in the Jesse Hockett Racing No. 77. Close on several restart and late in slower traffic, Brown ran the runner up spot for all but two laps when Tony Bruce, Jr. was able to sneak by in traffic.

Getting the car tipped on the Right Front several times through turns one and two, Brown commented on the car nearly getting out from under him, “I just got in behind the lapped cars and got tight. You really needed to be able to rotate the corner there and getting behind those lapped cars I just couldn’t do anything with them.”

“Lap 12 through about Lap 24 that was the absolute hardest I could driver that racecar. I know how much it would mean to Jack and Connie to put this No. 77 in Victory Lane. I promise I was doing everything I could,” explained Brown as he threw an arm around a Champaign soaked Jack Hockett.

Asked about his driver’s run, the elder Hockett replied, “Jesse would have been proud of that. If he ever could have gotten the lead, it would have been lights out.”

Tony Bruce, Jr. recorded his second podium of the weekend in the Wheeler Metals No. 18. “We had a good car there. Unfortunately we just weren’t fast enough to contend for the win but more than anything, I want to thank all the fans for staying. We really appreciate you guy and Lucas Oil Speedway for sticking it out and putting the show on Sunday and letting us play.”

Jason Johnson climbed from twelfth to fourth with Danny Lasoski coming up five spots to complete the top five.

Jeff Swindell placed second in the night’s second B-Feature and clawed from twentieth to sixth with Brad Loyet following from twenty-second to seventh after placing third in the same B-Feature. Dustin Morgan crossed eighth with Roger Crockett ninth and Derek Hagar making up the top ten.

Dustin Morgan returned to competition with the Impact Signs W.A.R. Sprint Cars and completed a weekend sweep on the Non-Wing division.

Races were stopped once on the initial start for the flipped No. 23B of Brian Bell who emerged unhurt. The caution flag displayed three times for Wayne Johnson on Lap 4, Brandon Hahn on Lap 9, and finally for a multi-car incident that claimed fourth running No. 2L of Logan Forler and fifth running No. 23 of Seth Bergman on Lap 29, setting up for a green, white, checkered finish. Both drivers were able to return for the finish.

The weekend total came to 54 entries from 16 states with 48 returning for Sunday. Heat Race totaled five with Jason Johnson, Kyle Bellm, Dustin Morgan, Randy Martin, and Seth Bergman taking wins. A pair of B-Feature went to Wayne Johnson and Cole Wood.

The Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real competes again on Friday, October 18 and Saturday, October 19 at the Devil’s Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, Texas for the 40th annual Winter Nationals. For official news, updates, and results on the ASCS Nation, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real Speedway Motors Warrior Region Lucas Oil Speedway - Wheatland, Mo. 3rd Hockett/McMillin Memorial Finale Sunday, September 29, 2013

Sunday Car Count: 48 Event Car Count: 54

Wesmar Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 41-Jason Johnson[3]; 2. 77X-Wayne Johnson[2]; 3. 4-Evan Martin[9]; 4. 14X-D.J. Brink[4]; 5. 38-Cody Baker[8]; 6. 14T-Andrew Turley[5]; 7. 4J-John James[6]; DNS 71-R.J. Johnson; DNS 97-Kevin Cummings

Ti22 Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 48-Kyle Bellm[1]; 2. 23B-Brian Bell[2]; 3. 1P-Curtis Evans[3]; 4. 33-Austin Alumbaugh[6]; 5. 14S-Jarrod Schneiderman[4]; 6. 5X-Jerod Roller[5]; 7. 2A-Randy Hibbs[8]; 8. 25-Curtis Boyer[9]; 9. 34-Corey Nelson[7]

Rod End Supply Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 93-Dustin Morgan[4]; 2. 1-Sean McClelland[2]; 3. 76-Jay Russell[1]; 4. 91-Justin Henderson[7]; 5. 94-Jeff Swindell[8]; 6. 4X-Shawn Petersen[6]; 7. 65-Trevor (T.J.) Muths[3]; 8. (DNF) 72-Josh Fisher[5]; 9. (DNF) 22-Dustin Barks[9]

Saldana Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 14-Randy Martin[1]; 2. 33L-Danny Lasoski[5]; 3. 2L-Logan Forler[8]; 4. 24-Lanny Carpenter[2]; 5. 29-Brandon Hahn[7]; 6. 17W-Cole Wood[9]; 7. 9-Casey Baker[4]; 8. 92J-J.R. Topper[3]; 9. (DNF) 17-Blake Hahn[6]

BMRS Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[4]; 2. 45X-Johnny Herrera[7]; 3. 88-Tim Crawley[8]; 4. 05-Brad Loyet[5]; 5. 28-Jonathan Cornell[6]; 6. 23F-Matt Fox[1]; 7. (DNF) 5M-Miranda Arnold[3]; 8. (DNF) 9M-Tyler Blank[2]

DMI B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 17W-Cole Wood[5]; 2. 76-Jay Russell[4]; 3. 72-Josh Fisher[13]; 4. 33-Austin Alumbaugh[2]; 5. 1P-Curtis Evans[3]; 6. 38-Cody Baker[6]; 7. 24-Lanny Carpenter[7]; 8. 34-Corey Nelson[15]; 9. 65-Trevor (T.J.) Muths[12]; 10. 4J-John James[11]; 11. 2A-Randy Hibbs[9]; 12. 23F-Matt Fox[10]; 13. 92J-J.R. Topper[14]; 14. (DNF) 1-Sean McClelland[1]; 15. (DNF) 4X-Shawn Petersen[8]; 16. (DNF) 71-R.J. Johnson[16]

The Joie of Seating B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 77X-Wayne Johnson[1]; 2. 94-Jeff Swindell[2]; 3. 05-Brad Loyet[3]; 4. 29-Brandon Hahn[4]; 5. 14X-D.J. Brink[5]; 6. 14S-Jarrod Schneiderman[7]; 7. 17-Blake Hahn[15]; 8. 5M-Miranda Arnold[12]; 9. 22-Dustin Barks[13]; 10. 5X-Jerod Roller[8]; 11. 25-Curtis Boyer[10]; 12. 14T-Andrew Turley[9]; 13. 9-Casey Baker[11]; 14. (DNF) 9M-Tyler Blank[14]; 15. (DNF) 97-Kevin Cummings[16]; 16. (DNF) 28-Jonathan Cornell[6]

Protect the Harvest A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 45X-Johnny Herrera[1]; 2. 77-Brian Brown[4]; 3. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[3]; 4. 41-Jason Johnson[12]; 5. 33L-Danny Lasoski[10]; 6. 94-Jeff Swindell[20]; 7. 05-Brad Loyet[22]; 8. 93-Dustin Morgan[5]; 9. 82-Roger Crockett[6]; 10. 9JR-Derek Hagar[2]; 11. 2L-Logan Forler[8]; 12. 23-Seth Bergman[7]; 13. 48-Kyle Bellm[13]; 14. 4-Evan Martin[11]; 15. 76-Jay Russell[19]; 16. 29-Brandon Hahn[23]; 17. (DNF) 17W-Cole Wood[17]; 18. (DNF) 72-Josh Fisher[21]; 19. (DNF) 14-Randy Martin[14]; 20. (DNF) 91-Justin Henderson[15]; 21. (DNF) 88-Tim Crawley[9]; 22. (DNF) 77X-Wayne Johnson[18]; 23. (DNF) 23B-Brian Bell[16]

Lap Leader(s): Johnny Herrera (1-30) PitstopUSA.com Hard Charger: Brad Loyet +15 FSR High Points of the Night: Johnny Herrera Hawk Performance Products Fastest Lap of the Night: Johnny Herrera - 14.017 seconds Provisionals: Brandon Hahn (BP1)

2013 “A” Feature Winners: Jason Johnson-8, Jeff Swindell-5, Johnny Herrera-4, Roger Crockett-3, Brian Brown-3, Logan Forler-2, Brad Loyet-2, Danny Lasoski-2, Tony Bruce, Jr.-2, Kyle Bellm, Jack Dover, Seth Bergman, Jonathan Cornell, Travis Rilat, Justin Henderson, Shane Stewart, Tim Crawley

Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10): 1. Jason Johnson 4,712; 2. Johnny Herrera 4,660; 3. Jeff Swindell 4,463; 4. Brad Loyet 4,454; 5. Tony Bruce, Jr. 4,376; 6. Logan Forler 4,268; 7. Seth Bergman 4,134; 8. Dustin Morgan 3,953; 9. Cole Wood 3,753; 10. Brandon Hahn 3,053;

The 2013 season marks the twenty-second year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation and into Canada. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of nine different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, Roush Yates Racing Engines, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, SBI Fuel Bladders, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Xtreme Accu-Tach, Simpson, LeJoie Seating, Ti 22 Performance, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley’s Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Rain ends Gulf South season; Ray Allen Kulhanek takes 2013 title

Bryan Hulbert - BEAUMONT, Texas (September 29, 2013) After rains washed out events at the Royal Purple Raceway on September 7, Bruce Griffith, Jr. worked to provide a two day shootout to determine the 2013 Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Regional title; scheduling at the Golden Triangle Raceway Park on Sunday, September 29.

Unfortunately, the two day weekend will not happen as rains have moved into Beaumont, Texas and washed out the season finale at the Golden Triangle Raceway Park. With the call made, Ray Allen Kulhanek has earned the 2013 Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Regional Title by 13 markers over Aaron Retuzel.

The season ends with 14 different winners in 19 races contested. Aaron Retuzel led the field with five victories. Channin Tankersley was the only other repeat winner in 2013 with a pair of wins. Ray Allen Kulhanek, Brandon Berryman, Blake Hahn, Johnny Herrera, Michael McNeil, Logan Forler, Christopher Bell, Jason Johnson, Kevin Ramey, Sam Hafertepe, Jr., Travis Rilat, and Brad Loyet each earned a single win.

For complete points, news, and information on the ASCS Nation, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

 

 

9/28/2013 at Battleground Speedway ASCS Sprints | ASCS Gulf South Region

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 39C-Travis Rilat; 2. 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek; 3. 87-Aaron Reutzel; 4. 25M-Michael McNeil; 5. 31-Brandon Berryman; 6. 51-Beau Smith; 7. 69-Larry Howery; 8. 66-J.J. Simmons; 9. 93-Chris Sweeney; 10. 15T-Travis Elliott; 11. 19-Klint Angelette; 12. 36-John Pate; 13. 51M-Caleb Martin; 14. 24-Brandie Jass; 15. 7W-Dustin Welch; 16. 17T-Scottie McDonald; 17. 3-Gary Watson; 18. 12-Scott Smith; 19. 71-Channin Tankersley; 20. 88-Steve Block; 21. 63T-Tim Marshall; 22. 2-Harry Yerrington; 23. 28H-Mark Harris

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 69-Larry Howery; 2. 25M-Michael McNeil; 3. 24-Brandie Jass; 4. 51M-Caleb Martin; 5. 36-John Pate; 6. 88-Steve Block; 7. 12-Scott Smith; 8. (DNF) 28H-Mark Harris

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek; 2. 39C-Travis Rilat; 3. 17T-Scottie McDonald; 4. 19-Klint Angelette; 5. 3-Gary Watson; 6. (DNF) 63T-Tim Marshall; 7. (DNF) 2-Harry Yerrington; DNS 7W-Dustin Welch

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 71-Channin Tankersley; 2. 51-Beau Smith; 3. 31-Brandon Berryman; 4. 87-Aaron Reutzel; 5. 15T-Travis Elliott; 6. 93-Chris Sweeney; 7. 66-J.J. Simmons

 

 

Hockett/McMillin Memorial Finale postponed to Sunday

Bryan Hulbert - WHEATLAND, Mo. (September 28, 2013) The finale of the 2013 Hockett/McMillin Memorial at the Lucas Oil Speedway has been postponed to Sunday, September 29, 2013 due to continued rain fall at the Wheatland oval.

Rains had subsided around 6:00 P.M., allowing crews to work the track and begin Hot Laps. As the final rounds of Hot Laps with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real wrapped up, the skies began to open up with a steady drizzle that ended the Saturday night event.

Gates will open Sunday, September 29 at 1:00 P.M. with Hot Laps getting underway at 3:30 P.M. and Racing at 4:00 P.M.

For further updates, log onto http://www.lucasoilspeedway.com and http://www.ascsracing.com

Lineups for Sunday's Heat Races are posted at http://www.ascsracing.com/profile/schedule/results.aspx?r=36948&rt=sch

 

 

Tony Bruce, Jr. charges to Hockett/McMillin Memorial prelim victory

Bryan Hulbert - WHEATLAND, Mo. (September 27, 2013) The 2013 edition of the Jesse Hockett / Daniel McMillin Memorial saw a first time winner at the Lucas Oil Speedway as Tony Bruce, Jr. got the jump from the second starting spot to lead the distance in Friday’s Protect the Harvest A-Feature for his second Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real win of 2013; his tenth overall since first winning against the National Tour in 2008.

The eighth different winner in National Tour history at the Lucas Oil Speedway, Bruce bettered his finish of 2012 by one when The Oil Medics No. 18 crossed runner up to Brady Bacon.

Asked how important it was to get the jump to the lead on the start Bruce explained, “It was real important. The track was a little narrow. Down there [One and Two] you could move around a lot, down there [Three and Four] you just had to keep it wide open.”

Out of breath, Bruce gave thanks to the fans and explained why winning was so important to him, “This is a great facility and there are awesome fans in the state of Missouri. This is dream come true to win at the Hockett/McMillin race. Those guys where really good friends and we miss them and I’ve just been wanting to win this race. Last year we ran second on the prelim night and I told myself when I came back, I had to get that victory for Hockett and Daniel.”

Crossing runner-up after starting third, Brian Brown posted his eighth podium finish of the season against the National Tour in the Hockett No. 77. “When Jack and Connie called and asked to run that number, it’s something that’s pretty humbling. Me, Jesse, and Daniel had a lot of races over the years and to run this number is an absolute honor. Hopefully we can come back tomorrow and put his thing in victory lane where it belongs.”

Posting his first podium finish against the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real, Derek Hagar was almost numb as he spoke of what it meant to finish well at the Hockett/McMillin Memorial to get locked into Saturday’s A-Feature, “After I figured out I could run the top good, I started catching the No. 82. I could see I was getting close to Brown but just ran out of laps but what a great race to have. Jesse Hockett, I mean, we all miss him. I’m honored to be standing here at his memorial race. It’s overwhelming.”

Roger Crockett debuted in the Buffalo Wild Wings No. 82 and posted a fourth place run to take the final lock-in into Saturday’s A-Feature. Jason Johnson clawed from seventeenth to complete the top five after winning the night’s first of two B-Features.

Brad Loyet marched from twelfth to sixth with Evan Martin seventh. Seth Bergman climbed from eleventh to eighth with Tim Crawley from fourteenth to ninth. Blake Hahn completed the top ten after starting nineteenth.

Drivers from 16 states checked in for the Hockett/McMillin Memorial opener with 52 drivers making up the night’s field of competitors for six Heat Races going to Roger Crockett, Jay Russell, Dustin Morgan, Cole Wood, Jeff Swindell, and Logan Forler. The night’s B-Features went to Jason Johnson and Danny Lasoski.

The night’s pairing with the Speedway Motors Warrior Region saw high points awarded to Evan Martin. A crash by points leader Jonathan Cornell in Heat Race competition ended the night for the Kiowa Line Builders No. 28, giving the Sedalia driver a total of 90 points for the night. Randy Martin and Jay Russell completed the top three point earners for the region.

Night two of the Jesse Hockett/Daniel McMillin Memorial is slated to begin at 6:45 on Saturday, September 28. For more information on all events at the Lucas Oil Speedway, log onto http://www.lucasoilspeedway.com.

Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real Speedway Motors Warrior Region Lucas Oil Speedway - Wheatland, Mo. 3rd annual Hockett/McMillin Memorial - Prelim Night Friday, September 27, 2013

Car Count: 52

Wesmar Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 82-Roger Crockett[7]; 2. 14S-Jarrod Schneiderman[2]; 3. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[9]; 4. 92J-J.R. Topper[4]; 5. 4X-Shawn Petersen[1]; 6. 86-Kyle Bellm[6]; 7. 5-Matt Close[3]; 8. (DNF) 97-Kevin Cummings[5]; 9. (DNF) 38-Cody Baker[8]

Ti22 Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 76-Jay Russell[1]; 2. 88-Tim Crawley[2]; 3. 4-Evan Martin[7]; 4. 22-Dustin Barks[3]; 5. 5X-Jerod Roller[6]; 6. 3Z-Zach Davis[9]; 7. (DNF) 23F-Matt Fox[4]; 8. (DNF) 48-Mike Trent[5]; 9. (DNF) 2A-Randy Hibbs[8]

Rod End Supply Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 93-Dustin Morgan[1]; 2. 77-Brian Brown[4]; 3. 29-Brandon Hahn[3]; 4. 71-R.J. Johnson[6]; 5. 22T-Tony Shilling[2]; 6. 21TX-Brandon Schure[5]; 7. 24-Lanny Carpenter[8]; 8. 34-Corey Nelson[7]; DNS 3H-Brandon Hanks

Saldana Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 17W-Cole Wood[1]; 2. 91-Justin Henderson[2]; 3. 41-Jason Johnson[4]; 4. 23-Seth Bergman[8]; 5. 77X-Wayne Johnson[6]; 6. 23B-Brian Bell[3]; 7. 4J-John James[9]; 8. 72-Josh Fisher[7]; 9. 9-Casey Baker[5]

BMRS Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 94-Jeff Swindell[4]; 2. 1-Sean McClelland[2]; 3. 9JR-Derek Hagar[7]; 4. 17-Blake Hahn[5]; 5. 5M-Miranda Arnold[1]; 6. 47-J Kinder[6]; 7. 14T-Andrew Turley[8]; 8. 65-Trevor (T.J.) Muths[3]

Engler Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 2L-Logan Forler[1]; 2. 05-Brad Loyet[3]; 3. 33L-Danny Lasoski[4]; 4. 45X-Johnny Herrera[5]; 5. 33-Austin Alumbaugh[2]; 6. 14-Randy Martin[7]; 7. 9M-Tyler Blank[6]; 8. (DNF) 28-Jonathan Cornell[8]

DMI B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 41-Jason Johnson[1]; 2. 17-Blake Hahn[3]; 3. 71-R.J. Johnson[2]; 4. 22-Dustin Barks[5]; 5. 33-Austin Alumbaugh[8]; 6. 47-J Kinder[10]; 7. 23B-Brian Bell[12]; 8. 72-Josh Fisher[15]; 9. 5M-Miranda Arnold[9]; 10. 38-Cody Baker[17]; 11. 48-Mike Trent[16]; 12. 4J-John James[7]; 13. 23F-Matt Fox[13]; 14. (DNF) 9-Casey Baker[18]; 15. (DNF) 3Z-Zach Davis[4]; 16. (DNF) 24-Lanny Carpenter[11]; 17. (DNF) 77X-Wayne Johnson[6]; DNS 28-Jonathan Cornell

The Joie of Seating B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 33L-Danny Lasoski[1]; 2. 45X-Johnny Herrera[3]; 3. 14-Randy Martin[6]; 4. 22T-Tony Shilling[7]; 5. 29-Brandon Hahn[2]; 6. 5X-Jerod Roller[5]; 7. 21TX-Brandon Schure[10]; 8. 34-Corey Nelson[14]; 9. 65-Trevor (T.J.) Muths[16]; 10. 5-Matt Close[13]; 11. (DNF) 9M-Tyler Blank[12]; 12. (DNF) 14T-Andrew Turley[11]; 13. (DNF) 86-Kyle Bellm[9]; 14. (DNF) 4X-Shawn Petersen[8]; 15. (DNF) 92J-J.R. Topper[4]; 16. (DNF) 2A-Randy Hibbs[17]; DNS 3H-Brandon Hanks; DNS 97-Kevin Cummings

Protect the Harvest A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[2]; 2. 77-Brian Brown[3]; 3. 9JR-Derek Hagar[6]; 4. 82-Roger Crockett[4]; 5. 41-Jason Johnson[17]; 6. 05-Brad Loyet[12]; 7. 4-Evan Martin[1]; 8. 23-Seth Bergman[11]; 9. 88-Tim Crawley[14]; 10. 17-Blake Hahn[19]; 11. 33L-Danny Lasoski[18]; 12. 94-Jeff Swindell[8]; 13. 17W-Cole Wood[9]; 14. 93-Dustin Morgan[7]; 15. 2L-Logan Forler[10]; 16. 45X-Johnny Herrera[20]; 17. 14S-Jarrod Schneiderman[13]; 18. (DNF) 1-Sean McClelland[16]; 19. (DNF) 71-R.J. Johnson[21]; 20. (DNF) 76-Jay Russell[5]; 21. (DNF) 14-Randy Martin[22]; 22. (DNF) 91-Justin Henderson[15]

Lap Leader(s): Tony Bruce, Jr. (1-25) PitstopUSA.com Hard Charger: Jason Johnson +12 FSR High Points of the Night: Roger Crockett Hawk Performance Products Fastest Lap of the Night: Tony Bruce, Jr. - 13.710 seconds Provisionals: N/A

2013 “A” Feature Winners: Jason Johnson-8, Jeff Swindell-5, Johnny Herrera-3, Roger Crockett-3, Brian Brown-3, Logan Forler-2, Brad Loyet-2, Danny Lasoski-2, Tony Bruce, Jr.-2, Kyle Bellm, Jack Dover, Seth Bergman, Jonathan Cornell, Travis Rilat, Justin Henderson, Shane Stewart, Tim Crawley

Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10): 1. Jason Johnson 4,582; 2. Johnny Herrera 4,510; 3. Jeff Swindell 4,341; 4. Brad Loyet 4,335; 5. Tony Bruce, Jr. 4,241; 6. Logan Forler 4,160; 7. Seth Bergman 4,028; 8. Dustin Morgan 3,837; 9. Cole Wood 3,657; 10. Brandon Hahn 2,955;

The 2013 season marks the twenty-second year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation and into Canada. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of nine different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, Roush Yates Racing Engines, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, SBI Fuel Bladders, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Xtreme Accu-Tach, Simpson, LeJoie Seating, Ti 22 Performance, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley’s Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Lucas Oil ASCS heads to Wheatland for Hockett/McMillin Memorial

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (September 23, 2013) There are few names in Sprint Car racing that evoke emotion like that of Jesse Hockett and Daniel McMillin. A racer’s racer; the definition of respect behind the wheel and a cousin, closer than a brother, who would follow Jesse anywhere.

Each a true ambassador to the sport as both were willing to help anyone who asked. It’s nothing new for the mentioning of these names to bring a room of race fans to tears.

The simple playing of Elton John’s “Rocket Man” is enough to bring a crowded night at the Dingus Lounge to a complete standstill during the Knoxville Nationals. Eyes turning to the tribute that hangs high in the covered patio, drinks raised, and a toast shared for two friends that were taken all too soon.

South bound on Missouri back roads from Warsaw, a 38 mile journey finds the site of the annual tribute to the pair; a little racing venue called the “Diamond of Dirt Tracks”. It’s only fitting that the finest facility in the land presents the Hockett/McMillin Memorial.

The eighth time the racing community will honor the loss of Daniel McMillin; this year’s memorial will be the third time the pair has been honored at the Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Mo. The tribute to Jesse and Daniel come in various forms. From the trophies to the cars, every year fans of the Hockett/McMillin duo show just how great the racing community can be.

Among the tributes expected for the 2013 edition of the Hockett/McMillin Memorial on Friday, September 28 and Saturday, September 29 is Brian Brown’s Jesse Hockett themed No. 77 competing with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real.

Jesse’s brother Rob Hockett will also be behind the wheel in the Hockett No. 2az with the Impact 4800 WAR Sprint Series as well as Arkansas’s Tim Crawley in the No. 75.

Among the emotions, a point’s battle remains for the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real. Jason Johnson enters the weekend as the defending champion of the Hockett/McMillin Memorial. Notching his eighth victory of 2013 this past weekend rain ravaged in the Port-a-Cool U.S. Dirt Track Championship, the Louisiana native carries a 45 point advantage into the weekend double header.

Johnny Herrera remains safely in the runner up position for now as the points chase from third through sixth begins to tighten up. Jeff Swindell currently holds the show position with Brad Loyet holding fourth and closing in on Swindell to challenge. Following a fifth place showing at the Texas Motor Speedway Dirt Track, the 2012 Brodix Rookie of the Year stands only 22 markers away from taking the spot away from Swindell.

Tony Bruce, Jr. completes the top five in driver standings a mere 31 markers ahead of Logan Forler. Having traded the fifth spot six times already in 2013, the difference between the two spots at the end of the year is $2,000 with an $18,000 check awaiting the driver who earns fifth in points.

Washington’s Seth Bergman holds seventh with Dustin Morgan, Cole Wood, and Brandon Hahn completing the top ten in driver standings.

The weekend will also be paired with the Speedway Motors Warrior Region. Ruled over in 2013 by Jonathan Cornell, the Sedalia driver has amassed eight victories with seven of those coming as regional triumphs in 2013. His biggest win of 2013 came against the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour at the Lucas Oil Speedway on June 22 where the VKCC No. 28 charged from eighteenth.

Jay Russell holds the runner up spot with Cody Baker, J.R. Topper, and Casey Baker completing the top five.

The weekend will also include a Kick-It for Kids Cancer game on Saturday, September 28 starting at 1:00 P.M. just outside the pit entrance of the Lucas Oil Speedway. For more information, log onto http://www.lucasoilspeedway.com or contact the Hockett family at 816-820-2411.

Tickets for the Hockett/McMillin Memorial are on sale at www.ShowClix.com or www.LucasOilSpeedway.com.

Friday, September 27 will have gates open at 5:00 P.M. with races beginning at 7:30 P.M. Saturday, September 28 opens at 4:00 P.M. with racing at 6:30 P.M.

For more information on all events with the American Sprint Car Series, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

Quick Look:

Series: Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real / Speedway Motors Warrior Region

Date(s): Friday, Sept. 27 and Saturday, Sept. 28 Times: Sept. 27: Open at 5:00 P.M. / Racing at 7:30 P.M. Sept. 28: Open at 4:00 P.M. / Racing at 6:30 P.M

Track Information: Lucas Oil Speedway Address: 700 E Hwy. 54 Wheatland, MO 65779 Phone #: 417-282-5984 Website: http://www.lucasoilspeedway.com

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2013 “A” Feature Winners: Jason Johnson-8, Jeff Swindell-5, Johnny Herrera-3, Roger Crockett-3, Brian Brown-3, Logan Forler-2, Brad Loyet-2, Danny Lasoski-2, Kyle Bellm, Jack Dover, Seth Bergman, Jonathan Cornell, Tony Bruce, Jr., Travis Rilat, Justin Henderson, Shane Stewart, Tim Crawley

Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10): 1. Jason Johnson 4,457; 2. Johnny Herrera 4,412; 3. Jeff Swindell 4,235; 4. Brad Loyet 4,213; 5. Tony Bruce, Jr. 4,091; 6. Logan Forler 4,060; 7. Seth Bergman 3,912; 8. Dustin Morgan 3,735; 9. Cole Wood 3,553; 10. Brandon Hahn 2,890;

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The 2013 season marks the twenty-second year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation and into Canada. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of nine different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, Roush Yates Racing Engines, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, SBI Fuel Bladders, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Xtreme Accu-Tach, Simpson, LeJoie Seating, Ti 22 Performance, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley’s Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

9/21/2013 at Texas Motor Speedway ASCS Sprints | ASCS LoneStar Regional with ASCS National

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 41-Jason Johnson[5]; 2. 45X-Johnny Herrera[19]; 3. 23-Seth Bergman[4]; 4. 87-Aaron Reutzel[11]; 5. 05-Brad Loyet[3]; 6. 71-Channin Tankersley[9]; 7. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[18]; 8. 93-Dustin Morgan[2]; 9. 1A-Sam Hafertepe Jr[10]; 10. 2L-Logan Forler[7]; 11. 17-Blake Hahn[17]; 12. 95-Matt Covington[12]; 13. 1-Sean McClelland[8]; 14. 94-Jeff Swindell[14]; 15. 17H-Harli White[21]; DNF 29T-Travis Rilat[1]; DNF 17W-Cole Wood[23]; DNF 7M-Kevin Ramey[6]; DNF 11-Justin Melton[13]; DNF 4AM-Mike Goodman[16]; DNF 22-Koby Barksdale[15]; DNF 27-Andy Shouse[22]; DNF 81-Danny Wood[20]

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 17-Blake Hahn[2]; 2. 45X-Johnny Herrera[5]; 3. 17H-Harli White[4]; 4. 03-Joe Wood Jr[8]; 5. 17W-Cole Wood[9]; 6. 19-Patrick Stasa[1]; 7. 17C-Ray Allen Kulhanek[3]; 8. 25M-Michael McNeil[6]; 9. 74E-Claud Estes III[10]; DNF 45-Martin Edwards[13]; DNF 22X-Scott Evans[14]; DNF 72-Chris Tarrant[12]; DNF 21-Michele Melton[11]; DNF 4J-John James[7]; DNS 10-George White

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[7]; 2. 81-Danny Wood[9]; 3. 27-Andy Shouse[3]; 4. 4X-Shawn Petersen[5]; 5. 12W-Dale Wester[11]; 6. 58-Gary Floyd[12]; 7. 69-Larry Howery[14]; 8. 17T-Bruce Griffith Jr[10]; DNF 45B-J.P. Bailey[4]; DNF 5X-Tyson Hall[13]; DNF 69X-John Ricketts[8]; DNF 22K-Kevin Barksdale[6]; DNF 29-Brandon Hahn[2]; DNF 12M-Kolt Walker[1]

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 1A-Sam Hafertepe Jr[1]; 2. 71-Channin Tankersley[4]; 3. 4AM-Mike Goodman[3]; 4. 27-Andy Shouse[2]; 5. 22-Koby Barksdale[8]; 6. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[5]; 7. 12W-Dale Wester; 8. 81-Danny Wood[9]; 9. 72-Chris Tarrant[10]; 10. 69-Larry Howery[7]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 2L-Logan Forler[3]; 2. 7M-Kevin Ramey[6]; 3. 19-Patrick Stasa[2]; 4. 17H-Harli White[1]; 5. 45X-Johnny Herrera[5]; 6. 17C-Ray Allen Kulhanek[9]; 7. 03-Joe Wood Jr[8]; 8. 12W-Dale Wester[7]; 9. 17J-Josh Baughman[4]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 41-Jason Johnson[2]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[3]; 3. 23-Seth Bergman[8]; 4. 12M-Kolt Walker[5]; 5. 94-Jeff Swindell[9]; 6. 25M-Michael McNeil[7]; 7. 74E-Claud Estes III[4]; 8. 58-Gary Floyd[6]; DNF 10-George White[1]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 93-Dustin Morgan[4]; 2. 29T-Travis Rilat[6]; 3. 05-Brad Loyet[8]; 4. 45B-J.P. Bailey[1]; 5. 29-Brandon Hahn[7]; 6. 69X-John Ricketts[3]; 7. 21-Michele Melton[2]; 8. 45-Martin Edwards[5]; 9. 5X-Tyson Hall[9]

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 87-Aaron Reutzel[1]; 2. 11-Justin Melton[3]; 3. 1-Sean McClelland[7]; 4. 17-Blake Hahn[5]; 5. 4X-Shawn Petersen[4]; 6. 4J-John James[6]; 7. 22K-Kevin Barksdale[9]; 8. 17T-Bruce Griffith Jr[8]; DNF 22X-Scott Evans[2]

TMS Roster: 1. 1A-Sam Hafertepe Jr; 2. 17H-Harli White; 3. 10-George White; 4. 45B-J.P. Bailey; 5. 87-Aaron Reutzel; 6. 27-Andy Shouse; 7. 19-Patrick Stasa; 8. 41-Jason Johnson; 9. 21-Michele Melton; 10. 22X-Scott Evans; 11. 4AM-Mike Goodman; 12. 2L-Logan Forler; 13. 95-Matt Covington; 14. 69X-John Ricketts; 15. 11-Justin Melton; 16. 71-Channin Tankersley; 17. 17J-Josh Baughman; 18. 74E-Claud Estes III; 19. 93-Dustin Morgan; 20. 4X-Shawn Petersen; 21. 18-Tony Bruce Jr; 22. 45X-Johnny Herrera; 23. 12M-Kolt Walker; 24. 45-Martin Edwards; 25. 17-Blake Hahn; 26. 17W-Cole Wood; 27. 7M-Kevin Ramey; 28. 58-Gary Floyd; 29. 29T-Travis Rilat; 30. 4J-John James; 31. 69-Larry Howery; 32. 12W-Dale Wester; 33. 25M-Michael McNeil; 34. 29-Brandon Hahn; 35. 1-Sean McClelland; 36. 22-Koby Barksdale; 37. 03-Joe Wood Jr; 38. 23-Seth Bergman; 39. 05-Brad Loyet; 40. 17T-Bruce Griffith Jr; 41. 81-Danny Wood; 42. 17C-Ray Allen Kulhanek; 43. 94-Jeff Swindell; 44. 5X-Tyson Hall; 45. 22K-Kevin Barksdale; 46. 72-Chris Tarrant

 

 

Jack Dover snags $20,000 in Fall Brawl II

Bryan Hulbert - GREENWOOD, Neb. (September 21, 2013) The Team Dover Motorsports pocketbook got a shot into the black on Saturday night as Jack Dover led the distance in the Fall Brawl II finale at the I-80 Speedway, picking up the Durst Motorplex and Zoz Farms Double Down Back-to-Back Challenge $20,000 payday.

Dover’s victory secured his fourth Speedway Motors Midwest Regional title. Brian Brown jumped from sixth to the runner up spot before a red flew for the flipped No. 13v of Seth Brahmer. Wayne Johnson, who started outside the front row did challenge briefly for the lead at the halfway point but slipped back one to take third as Brown re-took the runner up spot. Danny Lasoski and Billy Alley completed the top five.

Don Droud, Jr., Lee Grosz, Davey Heskin, Jonathan Cornell, and Ryan Roberts made up the top ten.

Speedway Motors Midwest Region Fall Brawl II - I-80 Speedway - Greenwood, Neb. Saturday, September 21, 2013

Car Count: 40

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 4J-Lee Grosz; 2. 1B-Robby Wolfgang; 3. 77X-Wayne Johnson; 4. 12-Tyler Drueke; 5. 41P-Jeff Carlson; 6. 56-Davey Heskin; 7. 82-Brooke Tatnell; 8. 45-Jeff Lowery; 9. 44K-David Kubart

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 21-Brian Brown; 2. 18-Ryan Roberts; 3. 9N-Wade Nygaard; 4. 4X-Jason Danley; 5. 4-Jordan Boston; 6. 91-Dusty Zomer; 7. 2F-Frank Galusha; 8. 28X-Rocky Klabunde; DNF 52-Nick Bryan

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 53-Jack Dover; 2. 2-Don Droud Jr; 3. 1M-Danny Lasoski; 4. 24B-Jason Martin; 5. 2A-Randy Hibbs; 6. 17B-Jason Becker; 7. 12L-John Lambertz; DNF 47-Brant O'Banion

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 13V-Seth Brahmer; 2. 3-Billy Alley; 3. 6-Terry McCarl; 4. 40-Clint Garner; 5. 28-Jonathan Cornell; 6. 14-Jody Rosenboom; 7. 35L-Cody Ledger; 8. 75-Tommy Barber

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 40-Clint Garner; 2. 28-Jonathan Cornell; 3. 4-Jordan Boston; 4. 14-Jody Rosenboom; 5. 17B-Jason Becker; 6. 35L-Cody Ledger; 7. 75-Tommy Barber; 8. 82-Brooke Tatnell; 9. 12L-John Lambertz; 10. 47-Brant O'Banion; 11. 45-Jeff Lowery; 12. 44K-David Kubart; 13. 28X-Rocky Klabunde; DNF 41P-Jeff Carlson; DNF 91-Dusty Zomer; DNF 2F-Frank Galusha; DNF 52-Nick Bryan; DNS 24B-Jason Martin

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 53-Jack Dover; 2. 21-Brian Brown; 3. 77X-Wayne Johnson; 4. 1M-Danny Lasoski; 5. 3-Billy Alley; 6. 2-Don Droud Jr; 7. 4J-Lee Grosz; 8. 56-Davey Heskin; 9. 28-Jonathan Cornell; 10. 18-Ryan Roberts; 11. 4X-Jason Danley; 12. 1B-Robby Wolfgang; 13. 4-Jordan Boston; 14. 40-Clint Garner; 15. 14-Jody Rosenboom; 16. 9N-Wade Nygaard; DNF 12-Tyler Drueke; DNF 2A-Randy Hibbs; DNF 13V-Seth Brahmer; DNF 6-Terry McCarl

Lap Leader(s): Jack Dover (1-25)

 

 

Kelly Miller tops Frontier Region at Billings

Bryan Hulbert - BILLINGS, Mont. (September 20, 2013) Kelly Miller topped a showing of 27 drivers at the Billings Motorsports Park on Friday night with the ASCS Frontier Region.

Miller, who started fifth, worked past Randi Miller on Lap 4 for the race lead. The pair exchanged the lead several times before Miller finally pulled away.

Joe Ramaker crossed third with Trever Kirkland and Bill Boyce completing the top five. The top ten concluded with Josh Ostermiller, David Hoiness, Jeremy McCune, Eric Flatmore, and Ryan Parks.

In the chase for the Frontier Regional championship, a DNF on the part of Phil Dietz has allowed Joe Ramaker to close the gap to 15 point going into Saturday's finale at the Billings Motorsports Park.

ASCS Frontier Region Billings Motorsports Park - Billings, Mont. Friday, September 20, 2013

Car Count: 27

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 72-Phil Dietz; 2. 12-Paxton Lambrecht; 3. 38-Bryan Brown; 4. 17J-Jerry Brey; 5. 13-Ryan Parks; 6. 77X-Nate Maxwell; 7. 77-Mark Sweet

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 37-Trever Kirkland; 2. 12X-Josh Ostermiller; 3. 21-Ryder Olson; 4. 21W-Calvin Fitch; 5. 81-Darren Smith; 6. 11-Cliff Nelson; DNF 441-Damon McCune

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 27DD-David Hoiness; 2. 44-Kelly Miller; 3. 98-Joe Ramaker; 4. 29-Eric Flatmoe; 5. 10-Anthony Farnsworth; 6. 05-Justin Wolf Medlock; 7. 8X-Roger Cummings

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 90-Randi Miller; 2. 0J-Jeremy McCune; 3. 34-Jay Burns; 4. 1-Bill Boyce; 5. 2-Shad Peterson; 6. 77W-John White

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 10-Anthony Farnsworth; 2. 21W-Calvin Fitch; 3. 2-Shad Peterson; 4. 81-Darren Smith; 5. 77X-Nate Maxwell; 6. 8X-Roger Cummings; 7. 05-Justin Wolf Medlock; 8. 11-Cliff Nelson; DNF 77W-John White; DNS 441-Damon McCune; DNS 77-Mark Sweet

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 44-Kelly Miller; 2. 90-Randi Miller; 3. 98-Joe Ramaker; 4. 37-Trever Kirkland; 5. 1-Bill Boyce; 6. 12X-Josh Ostermiller; 7. 27DD-David Hoiness; 8. 0J-Jeremy McCune; 9. 29-Eric Flatmoe; 10. 13-Ryan Parks; 11. 38-Bryan Brown; 12. 81-Darren Smith; 13. 2-Shad Peterson; 14. 10-Anthony Farnsworth; DNF 34-Jay Burns; DNF 72-Phil Dietz; DNF 21W-Calvin Fitch; DNF 21-Ryder Olson; DNF 12-Paxton Lambrecht; DNF 17J-Jerry Brey

 

 

Jack Dover takes Fall Brawl II Opener

Bryan Hulbert - GREENWOOD, Neb. (September 20, 2013) Repeating his success from one year ago, Jack Dover parked the Home Pride No. 53 in victory lane to open the I-80 Speedway’s Fall Brawl with the Speedway Motors Midwest Region.

The difference this time is the preliminary night victory has set Dover up for a potential $20,000 bonus in the Durst Motorplex and Zoz Farms Double Down Back-to-Back Challenge if the Springfield, Neb. driver can make it a weekend sweep.

Beginning fourth, Dover surged past pole sitter Danny Lasoski on Lap 3. Trading slide jobs for a short time, Dover was able to break away and go unchallenged the remaining revolutions. Lasoski raced the Burch Motorsports No. 1m to a runner up finish with Wayne Johnson completing the podium. Don Droud, Jr. and Jonathan Cornell made up the top five.

Brooke Tatnell crossed sixth followed by Clint Garner. B-Main transfer Terry McCarl was as high as sixth before spinning. The Altoona, Iowa driver clawed his way back to eighth to earn the night’s Hard Charger with Tyler Drueke and Billy Alley completing the top ten.

Don Droud, Jr. picked up an extra $300 courtesy of Electrical Systems Inc.

The Fall Brawl continues at the I-80 Speedway on Saturday, September 21. For more information, log onto http://www.i-80speedway.com.

Speedway Motors Midwest Region Fall Brawl II - I-80 Speedway - Greenwood, Neb. Friday, September 20, 2013

Car Count: 36

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 77X-Wayne Johnson; 2. 75-Tommy Barber; 3. 4X-Jason Danley; 4. 4-Jordan Boston; 5. 6-Terry McCarl; 6. 47-Brant O'Banion; 7. 41P-Jeff Carlson; 8. 52-Nick Bryan

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 53-Jack Dover; 2. 21-Brian Brown; 3. 82-Brooke Tatnell; 4. 28X-Rocky Klabunde; 5. 18-Ryan Roberts; 6. 3-Billy Alley; 7. 17B-Jason Becker

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 28-Jonathan Cornell; 2. 17-Gage Dorr; 3. 24B-Jason Martin; 4. 17H-Ryan Bickett; 5. 9N-Wade Nygaard; 6. 44K-David Kubart; 7. 13V-Seth Brahmer

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 2-Don Droud Jr; 2. 12-Tyler Drueke; 3. 6-Terry McCarl; 4. 4J-Lee Grosz; 5. 77-John Klabunde; 6. 03-Shayle Bade; 7. 42-Kevin Kay

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 1M-Danny Lasoski; 2. 40-Clint Garner; 3. 2F-Frank Galusha; 4. 91-Dusty Zomer; 5. 1B-Robby Wolfgang; 6. 12L-John Lambertz; 7. 18T-Terry Richards Jr

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 17H-Ryan Bickett; 2. 6-Terry McCarl; 3. 3-Billy Alley; 4. 91-Dusty Zomer; 5. 1B-Robby Wolfgang; 6. 9N-Wade Nygaard; 7. 18-Ryan Roberts; 8. 13V-Seth Brahmer; 9. 77-John Klabunde; 10. 47-Brant O'Banion; 11. 41P-Jeff Carlson; 12. 03-Shayle Bade; 13. 18T-Terry Richards Jr; 14. 44K-David Kubart; DNF 2F-Frank Galusha; DNF 42-Kevin Kay; DNF 28-Jonathan Cornell; DNF 52-Nick Bryan; DNS 12L-John Lambertz; DNS 17B-Jason Becker

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 53-Jack Dover; 2. 1M-Danny Lasoski; 3. 77X-Wayne Johnson; 4. 2-Don Droud Jr; 5. 28-Jonathan Cornell; 6. 82-Brooke Tatnell; 7. 40-Clint Garner; 8. 6-Terry McCarl; 9. 12-Tyler Drueke; 10. 3-Billy Alley; 11. 4-Jordan Boston; 12. 91-Dusty Zomer; 13. 4J-Lee Grosz; DNF 4X-Jason Danley; DNF 17H-Ryan Bickett; DNF 24B-Jason Martin; DNF 75-Tommy Barber; DNF 56-Davey Heskin; DNF 21-Brian Brown; DNF 17-Gage Dorr

Lap Leader(s): Danny Lasoski (1-3), Jack Dover (4-25)

 

 

Frontier Region wraps up inaugural season in Billings

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (September 17, 2013) The inaugural season for the Montana based Frontier Region will come to a close this Friday, September 20 and Saturday, September 21 at the Billings Motorsports Park just north of Billings, Mont.

Joe Ramaker has closed the gap on Phil Dietz to only 52 points with the weekend double header offering a chance to capture the series title. Trever Kirkland stands third in regional points with David Hoiness and Paxton Lambrecht completing the top five.

A quick look at season stats headed into the closing weekend, Trever Kirkland and Phil Dietz have each started the sixteen A-Feature events contested in 2013. Fifteen starts go to Joe Ramaker, Jeremy McCune, and David Hoiness. Damon McCune (11), Mark Sweet (11), Vernon Hill (10), and Kelly Miller (10) complete the top ten in A-Feature starts this season.

Win totals find Joe Ramaker topping the list with eight triumphs to his credit. Point leader Phil Dietz has topped the Frontier Region three times with David Hoiness, Tony Bruce, Jr., Jason Johnson, Jerry Brey and Randi Miller each grabbing a single victory.

Ramaker’s dozen top five finishes put’s the Idaho driver atop the chart while Phil Dietz tops top ten’s with 14 to his credit throughout the season.

The Dan Laber Memorial at the Billings Motorsports Park on Friday, September 20 and Saturday, September 21 are slated to begin at 7:00 P.M. with grandstands opening at 6:00 P.M. For more information on the Billings Motorsports Park, log onto http://www.billingsmotorsportspark.com.

For official news, updates, and point standings on every region of the ASCS Nation, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com

 

 

Midwest Region ends season with the Fall Brawl
Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (September 17, 2013) The Speedway Motors Midwest Region concludes their 2013 season this weekend with the second running of the Fall Brawl at the I-80 Speedway in Greenwood, Neb.

A wildly successful event in 2012, a weekend total of 31 drivers took to the high banked, I-80 Speedway with Jack Dover and Jason Johnson split the weekend with each taking home $2,500 for their efforts.

The 2013 edition will again pay $2,500 each night, but this year’s event slated for Friday, September 20 and Saturday, September 21 will have a twist worth $20,000. The Durst Motorplex and Zoz Farms Double Down, Back-to-Back Challenge for any driver than can successfully sweep the weekend.

In addition to the chance at a $20,000 bonus, guaranteed bonuses for drivers come on the form of the Hard Charger award presented by Searsboro Telephone worth $750 each night plus another $1,000 for the Hotrod Paintless Dent Repair King of the Hill. The weekend also includes the Electrical Systems Podium Draw for $300 each night. Not a bad way to possibly earn $27,500.

Jack Dover enters the weekend with an 82 point advantage over Jordan Boston. If Dover can survive the weekend, he will mark his second season title in as many years, and third in series history. Tyler Drueke, Gregg Bakker, and Robby Wolfgang complete the top five in standings.

Joining the Speedway Motors Midwest Region will be Modifieds and Grand Nationals. According to a press release from I-80 Speedway, Tickets are $20 for Adults each night and $5 for kids ages 6-12. Kids 5 years and younger are admitted free. Two-day tickets are $25.

Gates open at 5:30 pm with racing at 7:15 P.M. I-80 Speedway is located one block north of Interstate 80 Exit 420. For more information, visit http://www.I-80speedway.com or call 402-342-3453.

The weekend also includes Lap Sponsors for each night’s A-Feature. Sponsor information is provided by http://www.Ibracn.com

I-80 Speedway Night No. 1 Lap Sponsors

National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum
Midwest Excavating
In memory of Robert "Bobby" Parker -
Carlos & Angie Blumhoff
Vandeals Sales
Jim Price
Midwest Mafia
Steve Allison- Rib Shack
Sears Manufactured Homes
Total Winding Supplies
In Honor of Sam & Donna Buscher's Grandkids
Select Auto
Starskys
Evan Bosma - Nutrishop
Kevin DeBerg - DeBerg Concrete
Carpet land Nebraska 360s
Anchor Inn
Shawn Dice - Hotrod Paintless Dent Repair
Motion Industries - Omaha
Guy Welton
212 The Boiling Point, Brandon, SD
Jeff & Teri Willemsen
Brad Brown - IBRACN.com
Roth Self Storage
Smokey & Arby Racing, Shives & Frey Family Farms

I-80 Speedway No. 2 Lap Sponsor

Stan Cisar Action Signs/Speedway Graphic
Shell Shock Helmet Designs
The World Famous "3G" Spot
Harris Decals
Mark Baumann - Worldwide Electric
Joni Bell - Rib Shack
The Ripperger Family
Kevin DeBerg - DeBerg Concrete
Jay & Brenda DeHaai
Kermco DeHaai
Just 1 More Promotions
Cutting Edge Lawn Care
Total Winding Supplies
Midwest Mafia
Sears Manufactured Homes - Lincoln, NE
Ron Meyer, the Rest of the Dirt
ECHO Electric Supply
Shawn Dice - Hotrod Paintless Dent Repair
Midwest Excavating
Select Auto
Roth Self Storage
Dave & Danna Wood, Monroe, IA
In Memory of Robert "Bobby" Parker
For All The Drivers Who Have Driven For Ole
Anchor Inn

 

Cornell holds off Baker for U.S. 36 victory

Bryan Hulbert - CAMERON, Mo. (September 14, 2013) Jonathan Cornell drew the pole at the U.S. 36 Raceway against the Speedway Motors Warrior Region and looked like he was going to run away to victory. That was until Cody Baker made a last corner charge; marking Cornell sweat as he crossed with a slim half-car advantage.

Cody Baker then Jay Russell completed the podium with Jason Danley and Wyatt Burks making up the top five. Miranda Arnold, Mitchell Moore, Austin Alumbaugh, Curtis Evans, and Tyler Blank made up the top ten.

The Speedway Motors Warrior Region returns to competition on Friday, September 27 and Saturday, September 28 at the Lucas Oil Speedway for the Hockett/McMillian Memorial.

Speedway Motors Warrior Region U.S. 36 Raceway - Cameron, Mo. Saturday, September 14, 2013

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 38-Cody Baker; 2. 81A-Chris Morgan; 3. 76-Jay Russell; 4. 5M-Miranda Arnold; 5. 4X-Jason Danley; 6. 44-Chris Martin; 7. 92J-J.R. Topper; 8. 9-Casey Baker

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 33-Austin Alumbaugh; 2. 9M-Mitchell Moore; 3. 28-Jonathan Cornell; 4. 1P-Curtis Evans; 5. 34-Corey Nelson; 6. 11W-Wyatt Burks; 7. 21B-Lanny Carpenter; DNF 75-Tyler Blank

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 28-Jonathan Cornell; 2. 38-Cody Baker; 3. 76-Jay Russell; 4. 4X-Jason Danley; 5. 11W-Wyatt Burks; 6. 5M-Miranda Arnold; 7. 9M-Mitchell Moore; 8. 33-Austin Alumbaugh; 9. 1P-Curtis Evans; 10. 75-Tyler Blank; 11. 81A-Chris Morgan; 12. 92J-J.R. Topper; 13. 34-Corey Nelson; 14. 9-Casey Baker; DNF 21B-Lanny Carpenter; DNS 44-Chris Martin

Lap Leader(s): Jonathan Cornell (1-25)

 

 

Ziehl takes Tucson cash

Bryan Hulbert - TUCSON, Ariz. (September 14, 2013) Rick Ziehl proved to be the man to beat Saturday night with Hose Advantage Store Southwest Region, coming from sixth to top the Arizona arm of the ASCS Nation at the Tucson International Raceway in Tucson, Ariz.

Joshua Williams crossed second with Billy Chester, Cody Cambensy, and Kaylene Verville made up the top five.

The Hose Advantage Store Southwest Region competes again on October 5 at the Arizona Speedway in Queen Creek, Ariz.

Hose Advantage Store Southwest Region Tucson Int. Raceway - Tucson, Ariz. Saturday, September 14, 2013

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 41W-Joshua Williams; 2. 51-Cody Cambensy; 3. 57X-Steve Stone; 4. 91-Casey Buckman; 5. 33-Rick Eckert; 6. 94-Billy Chester III; DNF 56-T.K.(Kristine) Lindahl; DNF 7-Ryan Murphy; DNF 29S-Darrell Sickles

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 20Z-Rick Ziehl; 2. 12-James Mosher; 3. 01-Kaylene Verville; 4. 44K-Koty McGullam; 5. 11T-Steve Lohn; 6. 9-Ryan Linder; 7. 22X-Mike Rux Jr; 8. 55-Brent McKee

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 20Z-Rick Ziehl; 2. 41W-Joshua Williams; 3. 94-Billy Chester III; 4. 51-Cody Cambensy; 5. 01-Kaylene Verville; 6. 12-James Mosher; 7. 57X-Steve Stone; 8. 91-Casey Buckman; 9. 55-Brent McKee; 10. 33-Rick Eckert; 11. 9-Ryan Linder; DNF 11T-Steve Lohn; DNF 44K-Koty McGullam; DNF 7-Ryan Murphy; DNF 22X-Mike Rux Jr; DNF 29S-Darrell Sickles; DNS 56-T.K.(Kristine) Lindahl

 

 

Kevin Ramey dominates Lone Star/Sooner Showdown at Kennedale

Bryan Hulbert - KENNEDALE, Texas (September 14, 2013) Kevin Ramey posted his second victory of 2013 Saturday night at the Kennedale Speedway Park against the Smiley’s Racing Products Lone Star and American Bank of Oklahoma Sooner Regions with a dominating performance that saw the Print Place No. 7m lapping to seventh place in the 25 lap A-Feature.

Drawing the pole for the night’s feature, Ramey jumped to the lead and never relinquished that spot. Johnny Herrera grabbed the runner up spot from fourteenth with Matt Covington charging from eighth to complete the podium to secure his second American Bank of Oklahoma Sooner Region title.

Patrick Stasa crossed fourth from tenth with Blake Hahn completing the top five. New York’s Bobby Breen grabbed sixth with Channin Tankersley the final car on the lead lap in seventh. Joe Bob Lee, Mike Goodman, and Ryan Beechler completed the top ten.

With the American Bank of Oklahoma Sooner Region 2013 season coming to a close, the Smiley’s Racing Products Lone Star Region continues to the Texas Motor Speedway Dirt Track with the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real on Saturday, September 21. Tickets are on sale at http://www.texasmotorspeedway.com.

Smiley’s Racing Products Lone Star Region American Bank of Oklahoma Sooner Region Kennedale Speedway Park - Kennedale, Texas Saturday, September 14, 2013

Car Count: 34

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 12M-Kolt Walker[1]; 2. 74-D.J. Estes[2]; 3. 2K-John Kelly[4]; 4. 4AM-Mike Goodman[6]; 5. 21-Michele Melton[3]; 6. 97-Kevin Cummings[7]; 7. 22-Koby Barksdale[5]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 71-Channin Tankersley[2]; 2. 11-Justin Melton[1]; 3. 79-Ryan Hall[4]; 4. 72-Chris Tarrant[3]; 5. 45-Martin Edwards[6]; 6. 12W-Dale Wester[5]; DNF 51-Matt Ward[7]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 2. 6-Ryan Beechler[3]; 3. 5-Joe Bob Lee[4]; 4. 8S-Alex Sewell[5]; 5. 66-J.J. Simmons[7]; 6. 22X-Marvin Lough[6]; DNF 4X-Shawn Petersen[2]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 9-Bobby Breen[2]; 2. 7M-Kevin Ramey[3]; 3. 17B-Josh Baughman[1]; 4. 23-Seth Bergman[5]; 5. 14-Michael Lang[4]; 6. 74E-Claud Estes III[6]; 7. 69-Larry Howery[7]

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 17-Blake Hahn[3]; 2. 19-Patrick Stasa[1]; 3. 45X-Johnny Herrera[4]; 4. 4J-John James[5]; 5. 3X-Scott Peterson[6]; DNF 69X-John Ricketts[2]

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[1]; 2. 51-Matt Ward[8]; 3. 12W-Dale Wester[7]; 4. 97-Kevin Cummings[5]; 5. 22-Koby Barksdale[9]; 6. 3X-Scott Peterson[4]; 7. 22X-Marvin Lough[6]; DNF 17B-Josh Baughman[2]; DNF 72-Chris Tarrant[3]

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 66-J.J. Simmons[2]; 2. 21-Michele Melton[5]; 3. 45-Martin Edwards[3]; 4. 74E-Claud Estes III[6]; 5. 69-Larry Howery[8]; DNF 69X-John Ricketts[7]; DNF 14-Michael Lang[4]; DNF 4J-John James[1]; DNS 4X-Shawn Petersen

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 7M-Kevin Ramey[1]; 2. 45X-Johnny Herrera[14]; 3. 95-Matt Covington[8]; 4. 19-Patrick Stasa[10]; 5. 17-Blake Hahn[4]; 6. 9-Bobby Breen[6]; 7. 71-Channin Tankersley[7]; 8. 5-Joe Bob Lee[13]; 9. 4AM-Mike Goodman[15]; 10. 6-Ryan Beechler[3]; 11. 11-Justin Melton[9]; 12. 23-Seth Bergman[17]; 13. 21-Michele Melton[20]; 14. 8S-Alex Sewell[16]; 15. 66-J.J. Simmons[18]; 16. 45-Martin Edwards[22]; 17. 74E-Claud Estes III[24]; 18. 79-Ryan Hall[12]; 19. 97-Kevin Cummings[23]; 20. 12W-Dale Wester[21]; DNF 74-D.J. Estes[2]; DNF 2K-John Kelly[11]; DNF 12M-Kolt Walker[5]; DNF 51-Matt Ward[19]

Lap Leader(s): Kevin Ramey (1-25)

 

 

The Numbers: Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (September 14, 2013) Every so often, a breakdown of the number surrounding the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real is in order.

The 22nd year of the national arm of the ASCS Nation, 36 dates of the scheduled 41 so far have been contested. Out of those dates, the number by which all seasons are measured is where a driver ranks in the series standings. Right now, the coveted No. 1 is held by Jason Johnson.

Having traded that spot five times with Johnny Herrera, and once with Roger Crockett, Johnson is by no means out the door running. As was witnessed in 2011, a lead of over 100 points can vanish in an instant as Johnny Herrera missed capturing his first $60,000 payday by a merer point to Shane Stewart.

In 2013, ten drivers have competed full time with the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real with two of those competing for the Brodix Rookie of the Year.

The rest of the numbers, those are as follows.

Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real National Tour - As of August 31, 2013

Races: 41 Point Leader(s): 3 Feature Winners: 17 Events Contested: 36 Point Lead Change(s): 6 First time National Tour winners: 2 Average Car Count per Event: 35.222 Drivers Competing in at Least One Event: 339 Drivers with at Least One “A” Main Feature Start: 219 Drivers Making First Career Lucas Oil ASCS “A” Main Start: 44

Countries Represented: 3 (United States, Canada, and Australia)

States Represented (Drivers): 27 (Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Washington)

Heat Race Wins (73 winners in 150 Heat Races): Jeff Swindell 12, Jason Johnson 10, Dustin Morgan 9, Seth Bergman 8, Tony Bruce, Jr. 7, Brad Loyet 6, Brian Brown 6, Cole Wood 5, Christopher Bell 4, Johnny Herrera 4, Henry VanDam 4, Roger Crockett 4, Logan Forler 3, Patrick Stasa 2, Travis Rilat 2, Joe Wood, Jr. 2, Whit Gastineau 2, Matt Covington 2, Zach Pringle 2, Randy Martin 2, Tasker Phillips 2, Justyn Cox, Lucas Wofle, Willie Croft, Josh Baughman, Danny Wood, Mitch Olson, Tony Stewart, Lance Norick, Sean McClelland, John Carney II, Ray Allen Kulhanek, A.G. Rains, Jordon Mallett, Jay Russell, Miranda Arnold, Danny Lasoski, Wyatt Burks, Ray Seemann, Jack Dover, John James, Aaron Reutzel, Ryan Hall, Larry Howery, Kyle Sager, Jake Martens, Channin Tankersley, Micah Schliemann, Randy Hibbs, Billy Alley, Trever Kirkland, Randy Pierce, Trey Starks, Reece Gotez, Jake Waddell, Shane Golobic, Jon Agan, Kyle Larson, Danny Holtgraver, Don Droud, Jr., Russ Hall, Tony Shilling, Josh Higday, Tim Crawley, Derek Hagar, Kyle Bell, Sam Hafertepe, Jr., Blake Hahn, Tyler Drueke, Brooke Tatnell, Gregg Bakker, Dusty Zomer, Bill Boles

“B” Main Wins (32 winners in 45 “B” Mains): Brad Loyet 4, Tony Bruce, Jr. 3, Logan Forler 3, Seth Bergman 3, Travis Rilat 2, Johnny Herrera 2, Jonathan Cornell 2, Scott Winters 2, Aaron Reutzel, Joshua Hodges, Cole Wood, Brady Bacon, Brian Brown, John James, Sam Hafertepe, Jr., Dustin Morgan, Derek Hagar, Marshall Skinner, Ryan Roberts, Brandon Hahn, Jaime Passmore, Dylan Peterson, Philip Dietz, Jeff Swindell, Henry VanDam, Dustin Selvage, Terry McCarl, Justyn Cox, A.G. Rains, Anthony Nicholson, Jack Dover, Danny Lasoski

A” Main Starts (Point Races - Top 40): Jason Johnson 35, Brad Loyet 35, Johnny Herrera 34, Tony Bruce, Jr. 34, Jeff Swindell 33, Seth Bergman 32, Logan Forler 31, Cole Wood 31, Dustin Morgan 29, Brandon Hahn 20,Brian Brown 14, Roger Crockett 11, Justyn Cox 10, Danny Lasoski 9, Lucas Wolfe 8, Henry VanDam 8, Reece Gotez 8, Wayne Johnson 8, Shawn Petersen 7, Jack Dover 7, Tim Crawley 7, Randy Hibbs 7, Zach Pringle 7, Matt Covington 6, Travis Rilat 6, Chadd Noland 6, Kolt Walker 6, Christopher Bell 5, Tony Stewart 5, Scott Winters 5, Blake Hahn 4, Josh Baughman 4, Joshua Hodges 4, Brandon Hanks 4, Kyle Bellm 3, Channin Tankersley 4

”A” Main Wins (All Races): Jason Johnson 7, Jeff Swindell 5, Johnny Herrera 3 Roger Crockett 3, Brian Brown 3, Logan Forler 2, Brad Loyet 2, Danny Lasoski 2, Kyle Bell, Jack Dover, Seth Bergman, Jonathan Cornell, Tony Bruce, Jr., Travis Rilat, Shane Stewart, Justin Henderson, Tim Crawley

”A” Main Top-Five (All Races): Jason Johnson 21, Johnny Herrera 18, Jeff Swindell 17, Brad Loyet 15, Tony Bruce, Jr. 13, Logan Forler 10, Brian Brown 10, Dustin Morgan 7, Roger Crockett 6, Seth Bergman 5, Danny Lasoski 5, Cole Wood 3, Lucas Wolfe 3, Kyle Larson 3 Kevin Swindell 3, Tim Crawley 2, Matt Covington 2, Wayne Johnson 2, Travis Rilat 2, Christopher Bell 2, Tony Stewart 2, Ray Allen Kulhanek 2, Shane Stewart 2, Brad Sweet 2, Shawn Petersen, Jack Dover, Justyn Cox, Zach Pringle, Kyle Bellm, Jonathan Cornell, Sam Hafertepe, Jr., Channin Tankersley, Sean McClelland, Miranda Arnold, Trey Starks, Gregg Bakker, Brady Bacon, Billy Alley, Derek Hagar, Mitch Olson, Justin Henderson, Joe Ramaker, Joe Wood, Jr., Cody Gardner, Brandon Wimmer, Clint Garner

”A” Main Top-Ten (All Races): Jason Johnson 30, Brad Loyet 27, Johnny Herrera 27, Jeff Swindell 23, Tony Bruce, Jr., 23, Logan Forler 22, Seth Bergman 19, Dustin Morgan 18, Brian Brown 13, Roger Crockett 8, Danny Lasoski 8, Cole Wood 8, Lucas Wolfe 7, Wayne Johnson 7, Travis Rilat 5, Henry VanDam 5, Tim Crawley 4, Matt Covington 4, Kyle Larson 3, Kevin Swindell 3, Ray Allen Kulhanek 3, Jack Dover 3, Jonathan Cornell 3, Derek Hagar 3, Blake Hahn 3, Shane Golobic 3, Christopher Bell 2, Tony Stewart 2, Shane Stewart 2, Brad Sweet 2, Zach Pringle 2, Channin Tankersley 2, Trey Starks 2, Brady Bacon 2, Joe Ramaker 2, Joe Wood, Jr. 2, Danny Wood 2 Chadd Noland 2, Tyler Drueke 2, Scott Winters 2, Mike Goodman 2, Jon Agan 2, Shawn Petersen, Justyn Cox, Kyle Bellm, Sam Hafertepe, Jr., Sean McClelland, Miranda Arnold, Gregg Bakker, Billy Alley, Mitch Olson, Justin Henderson, Cody Gardner, Lee Grosz, Brandon Wimmer, Clint Garner, Reece Goetz, Brandon Hanks, Kolt Walker, Kyle Sager, Derik Lusk, Brock Lemley, Robby Wolfgang, Dusty Ballenger, Jay Russell, Brooke Tatnell, Cody Baker, Randy Martin, Kevin Ramey, Morgan Turpen, Dylan Peterson, Steven Tiner, Dain Naida, David Hoiness, A.G. Rains, Don Droud, Jr., Josh Higday, Mason Moore, Willie Croft, Colin Baker, Kelly Miller, Randy Hannagan, Jonathan Beason, Micah Schliemann, Raymond Seemann, Tyson Hall, Justin Webb, Davey Heskin

”A” Main Laps Led (Total Laps: 1,020): Jason Johnson 206, Johnny Herrera 112, Jeff Swindell 92, Brad Loyet 91, Brian Brown 69, Danny Lasoski 54, Logan Forler 50, Roger Crockett 50, Tony Bruce, Jr. 42, Seth Bergman 34, Travis Rilat 29, Tim Crawley 28, Shane Stewart 25, Miranda Arnold 23, Justin Henderson, 20, Tasker Phillips 20, Christopher Bell 19, Jack Dover 13, Zach Pringle 10, Dustin Morgan 10, Kyle Bellm 8, Tony Stewart 4, Cole Wood 2, Cody Gardner 2

”A” Main-Cars Passed (Top 40): Logan Forler 176, Johnny Herrera 156, Tony Bruce, Jr. 151, Seth Bergman 108, Brad Loyet 99, Jason Johnson 86, Cole Wood 69, Brian Brown 64, Dustin Morgan 59, Danny Lasoski 54, Lucas Wolfe 30, Tim Crawley 29, Joe Ramaker 28, Wayne Johnson 28, Matt Covington 27, Jack Dover 22, Travis Rilat 21, Jonathan Connell 21, Kyle Larson 21, Brandon Hahn 19, Kolt Walker 18, Henry VanDam 17, Cody Baker 16, Dusty Ballenger 16, Jon Agan 15, Chadd Noland 14, Russ Hall 14, Kevin Swindell 14, Joshua Hodges 13, Tyler Blank 13, Steven Tiner 13, Roger Crockett 13, Scott Winters 13, Derek Hagar 13, Brandon Hanks 12, Reece Goetz 12, Zach Pringle 12, Jay Russell 11

PitstopUSA.com Hard Charger: Logan Forler 4, Brad Loyet 3, Johnny Herrera 2, Tony Bruce, Jr. 3, Tim Crawley 3, Joe Ramaker 2, Jeff Swindell, Seth Bergman, Matt Covington, Jason Johnson, Lucas Wolfe, Danny Lasoski, Cole Wood, Morgan Montgomery, Dustin Morgan, Jonathan Cornell, Dylan Peterson, Steven Tiner, Chadd Noland, Henry VanDam, Russ Hall, Brian Brown

FSR High Point Driver of the Night: Logan Forler 6, Brad Loyet 5, Tony Bruce, Jr. 4, Jeff Swindell 3, Seth Bergman 2, Jason Johnson 2, Zach Pringle, Brian Brown, Raymond Seemann, Jack Dover, Johnny Herrera, Christopher Bell, Mike Goodman, Dustin Morgan, Roger Crockett, Mason Moore, Sam Hafertepe, Jr.

Provisional Breakdown (dates used):

Jason Johnson 2/22 Johnny Herrera 3/1, 8/30* Brad Loyet 3/1, 3/2 Dustin Morgan 2/23, 3/2, 6/14 Jeff Swindell 3/22 Logan Forler 3/22, 6/20*, 8/30* Bacon / Petersen 2/22, 3/1, 3/2 Cole Wood 4/5, 6/19* Shawn Petersen 4/6 Brandon Hahn 4/6 Seth Bergman 5/23 Tony Bruce, Jr. 6/14, 6/15

*indicates use of a Bonus Provisional

Provisional Remaining:

Jason Johnson-4 (2 partial point / 2 full point bonus) Jeff Swindell (2 partial point / 2 full point bonus) Brandon Hahn (2 partial point / 2 full point bonus) Seth Bergman (2 partial point / 2 full point bonus) Johnny Herrera (2 partial point / 1 full point bonus) Brad Loyet (1 partial point / 2 full point bonus) Cole Wood (2 partial point / 1 full point bonus) Tony Bruce, Jr. (1 partial point / 2 full point bonus) Dustin Morgan (2 full point bonus) Logan Forler (2 partial point)

Breakdown - Date / Track / #of Drivers / Winner 22-Feb --Tucson Int. Raceway --36-- Brian Brown 23-Feb --Tucson Int. Raceway --35-- Roger Crockett 1-Mar-- Cocopah Speedway --31-- Jason Johnson 2-Mar --Cocopah Speedway --31-- Jason Johnson 22-Mar --Devil's Bowl Speedway --47-- Kyle Bellm 23-Mar --Devils Bowl Speedway --- Rain - NMU 5-Apr --Golden Triangle Raceway --37-- Brad Loyet 6-Apr --I-30 Speedway --39-- Jason Johnson 27-Apr --Riverside Int. Speedway --- Rain - MU 5/4 4-May --Riverside Int. Speedway --- Rain - NMU 17-May --U.S. 36 Raceway --31-- Johnny Herrera 22-May --Valley Speedway --33-- Johnny Herrera 23-May --I-80 Speedway --35-- Danny Lasoski 25-May --Great American Dirt Track --19-- Jack Dover 31-May --Salina Speedway --22-- Seth Bergman 1-Jun --Eagle Raceway --- Rain - NMU 14-Jun --Kennedale Speedway Park --42-- Jason Johnson 15-Jun --Devil's Bowl Speedway --37-- Johnny Herrera 16-Jun --Ark-La-Tex Speedway --22-- Logan Forler 19-Jun --Lawton Speedway --46-- Jeff Swindell 20-Jun --Creek County Speedway --40-- Jeff Swindell 22-Jun --Lucas Oil Speedway --37-- Jonathan Cornell 6-Jul --I-90 Speedway --35-- Logan Forler 8-Jul --Billings Motorsports Park --- Rain - MU 7/9 9-Jul --Billings Motorsports Park --29-- Jason Johnson 10-Jul --Electric City Speedway --30-- Tony Bruce, Jr. 12-Jul --Grays Harbor Raceway --27-- Travis Rilat 13-Jul --Grays Harbor Raceway --27-- Jason Johnson 19-Jul --Cottage Grove Speedway --29-- Roger Crockett 20-Jul --Cottage Grove Speedway --30-- Roger Crockett 26-Jul --Willamette Speedway --22-- Jeff Swindell 27-Jul --Willamette Speedway --22-- Brad Loyet 1-Aug --Knoxville Raceway --48-- Danny Lasoski 2-Aug --Knoxville Raceway --55-- Justin Henderson 3-Aug --Knoxville Raceway --82-- Shane Stewart 5-Aug --Southern Iowa Speedway --51-- Brian Brown 17-Aug --Salina Highbanks --30-- Jeff Swindell 22-Aug --I-30 Speedway --36-- Tim Crawley 24-Aug --Lexington 104 Speedway --18-- Jason Johnson 30-Aug --Jackson Speedway --39-- Jeff Swindell 31-Aug --Jackson Speedway --38-- Brian Brown

Driver Standings (Top 20 as of August 31, 2013)

Jason Johnson-4307 Johnny Herrera-4270 Jeff Swindell-4133 Brad Loyet-4088 Tony Bruce Jr-3972 Logan Forler-3950 Seth Bergman-3777 Dustin Morgan-3619 Cole Wood-3457 Brandon Hahn-2825 Brian Brown-1649 Roger Crockett-1454 Shawn Petersen-1056 Danny Lasoski-1053 Jack Dover-985 Justyn Cox-951 Tim Crawley-940 Blake Hahn-933 Lucas Wolfe-929 Matt Covington-914 Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV on the web:

All Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series national events are broadcast live on www.racinboys.com for anyone who is unable to attend the races live. Official results, points, and race notes are posted at www.ascsracing.com. Live updates on the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV can also be found on Facebook and Twitter.

The 2013 season marks the twenty-second year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation and into Canada. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of nine different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, Ole Smokey Moonshine, iON Air Pro, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, SBI Fuel Bladders, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Xtreme Accu-Tach, Simpson, LeJoie Seating, Ti 22 Performance, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley’s Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Golden Triangle added to ASCS Gulf South lineup

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (September 13, 2013) Gulf South Regional officials in association with Bruce Griffith, Jr. have added the Golden Triangle Raceway Park in in Beaumont, Texas to the season ending weekend as a makeup to the rained out event at the Royal Purple Raceway on September 7.

Slated for Sunday, September 29, the season ending weekend will now pay a combined $5,000 in winner’s purse with the Battleground Speedway in Highlands, Texas hosting the Gulf South arm of the ASCS Nation on Saturday, September 28 with a $3,000 to win feature event.

In addition to potential winners share, the driver who accumulates the highest number of points between the two day season finale weekend will also be rewarded with a $500 bonus.

Support classes for the Sunday show will include Limited Modifieds and Hobby Stocks.

For more information on the Battleground Speedway and Golden Triangle Raceway Park, log onto http://www.battleground-speedway.com and http://www.motoramaspeedway.com.

For all official news, updates, and points on the ASCS Nation, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

 

 

Texas Motor Speedway next for Lucas Oil ASCS

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (September 12, 2013) The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real’s inaugural trip to the Texas Motor Speedway Dirt Track in 2012 supplied the four-tenths mile oval with 42 drivers and Jason Johnson charging from sixth to claim the night’s $4,000 Port-a-Cool U.S. Dirt Track Championship winner’s check.

Returning on Saturday, September 21, the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real will again co-sanction the night’s events with the Smiley’s Racing Products Lone Star Region. One year ago, it was Travis Rilat who represented by Lone Star Region as the highest finishing driver with a fourth place appearance for the Forney, Texas native.

Entering the Texas showdown, Jason Johnson has been able to expand his advantage over Johnny Herrera to 37 markers. Posting seven wins so far in 2013, Johnson’s average finish for the 2013 season to this point averages to 5.942 out of 36 races run.

Herrera, who suffered engine problems in his last outing at the Jackson Nationals, has an average finish that is very close to Jason Johnson’s as Herrera’s 36 race average comes to 6.090. Part of what keeps Herrera in the championship hunt to this point is that Herrera has not posted a DNF in national competition in 2013, where Johnson has a pair of DNF’s to his record.

Jeff Swindell continues to ride third in driver standings. After a dominating performance to open the Jackson Nationals, lady luck didn’t treat the Tennessee driver well as contact between the No. 94 and Johnson’s No. 41 entering the third turn at the half-mile resulted in Swindell flipping into the wall, his fourth DNF of the season.

The crash on the part of Swindell has allowed Brad Loyet to begin closing the gap. Now only 45 points removed from the podium, the 2012 Brodix Rookie of the Year with the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real has posted two wins on the season to go along with 15 top fives’ and 27 top tens’. Tony Bruce, Jr. again rounds out the top five, having traded the spot six times in 2013 with Logan Forler who holds sixth. Forler’s 27 top ten finishes ties him with Herrera on the season, only three behind points leader Jason Johnson.

Seth Bergman, Dustin Morgan, Cole Wood, and Brandon Hahn make up the top ten in driver standings.

A full breakdown of series standings can be found at http://www.ascsracing.com/points

An open practice for all classes participating in the Port-a-Cool U.S. Dirt Track Championship will be held on Thursday, September 19 at $60 per car. No Pit Pass fee will be assessed for the Thursday practice.

Friday’s race program will include four separate Hot Lap sessions for any Lucas Oil ASCS and Smiley’s Racing Products Lone Star drivers who wish to participate.

Races on Saturday, September 21 will begin at 6:00 P.M. Tickets are on sale now at http://www.texasmotorspeedway.com

Originally a full Modified National event, Modifieds and Sport Modifieds will be racing both nights of the Port-a-Cool U.S. Dirt Track Championship.

Quick Look:

Series: Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real Date(s): Saturday, September 21, 2013 Times: Gates Open at 5:00 P.M. / Racing at 6:00 P.M.

Track Information: Texas Motor Speedway Dirt Track Address: 3545 Lone Star Circle Ft. Worth, Texas 76177 Phone #: (817) 215-8500 Website: http://www.texasmotorspeedway.com

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2013 “A” Feature Winners: Jason Johnson-7, Jeff Swindell-5, Johnny Herrera-3, Roger Crockett-3, Brian Brown-3, Logan Forler-2, Brad Loyet-2, Danny Lasoski-2, Kyle Bellm, Jack Dover, Seth Bergman, Jonathan Cornell, Tony Bruce, Jr., Travis Rilat, Justin Henderson, Shane Stewart, Tim Crawley

Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10): 1. Jason Johnson 4,307; 2. Johnny Herrera 4,270; 3. Jeff Swindell 4,133; 4. Brad Loyet 4,088; 5. Tony Bruce, Jr. 3,972; 6. Logan Forler 3,950; 7. Seth Bergman 3,777; 8. Dustin Morgan 3,619; 9. Cole Wood 3,457; 10. Brandon Hahn 2,725;

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Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV on the web:

All Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series national events are broadcast live on www.racinboys.com for anyone who is unable to attend the races live. Official results, points, and race notes are posted at www.ascsracing.com. Live updates on the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV can also be found on Facebook and Twitter.

The 2013 season marks the twenty-second year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation and into Canada. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of nine different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, Ole Smokey Moonshine, iON Air Pro, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, SBI Fuel Bladders, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Xtreme Accu-Tach, Simpson, LeJoie Seating, Ti 22 Performance, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley’s Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

ASCS Warriors on track for U.S. 36 Raceway

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (September 11, 2013) The final appearance of the season for the Speedway Motors Warrior Region at the U.S. 36 Raceway in Cameron, Mo. is scheduled of Saturday, September 14.

Beginning the countdown to the 2013 season finale on October 4 at the Valley Speedway in Grain Valley, Mo. only four dates remain including this Saturday’s visit to the high-banked Missouri oval. The sixth visit of the season, the U.S. 36 Raceway has been the site of a variety of winners as five previous shows has yielded just as many winners from just as many states.

Johnny Herrera set a dominating pace with the co-sanctioned Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV appearance on May 17. The season’s first stand-alone show for the Speedway Motors Warrior Region at the U.S. 36 Raceway was won over by Oklahoma’s Jake Martens on June 14.

Washington’s Seth Bergman was victorious on June 28. Jonathan Cornell topped the field on July 12 with Nebraska’s Jack Dover proving to be the driver to beat on August 23.

Jonathan Cornell continues to lead the Missouri based arm of the ASCS Nation. With seven victories, 13 top five, and 14 top ten finishes in 2013, Cornell is currently tied for second in single season wins with Brian Brown who topped the series championship standings in 2000 with seven wins. Randy Martin currently holds the single season win record with eight, doing so in 2000 when the California, Mo. driver place third in the season standings.

The only driver besides Cornell with a perfect record of starts in 2013, Jay Russell continues to holds the runner up spot some 383 points behind. Cody Baker, J.R. Topper, and Casey Baker make up the remainder of the series top five.

The U.S. 36 Raceway in Cameron, Mo. is scheduled to begin races at 8:00 P.M. on Saturday, September 14. Support classes will include Modifieds and Sport Modifieds. For more information on the U.S. 26 Raceway, log onto http://www.us36raceway.com.

For official news, results, and updates on the ASCS Nation, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

 

 

Sooner and Lone Star Regions set for Kennedale showdown

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (September 9, 2013) A championship battle will come to a close, and another could tighten up on Saturday, September 14 as the American Bank of Oklahoma Sooner Region closes out their 2013 season at the Kennedale Speedway Park in a co-sanctioned night with the Smiley’s Racing Products Lone Star Region.

Taking a 10 point advantage into the Outlaw Motorsports Park with the American Bank of Oklahoma Sooner Region on Saturday, September 7, Mike Goodman now finds himself trailing Matt Covington by 23 after going upside down in the opening lap of the night’s feature event.

Now assuming the lead in both regions, the Glenpool, Okla. driver will look to back up his duel championship run; being the only driver to grab multiple ASCS Regional titles in the same season so far.

A slim lead in the Sooner standings, Covington holds a commanding 125 point advantage over Patrick Stasa with the series set for another four nights of racing, including this weekend’s Kennedale matchup of which the final three nights will be paired with the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real at the Texas Motor Speedway Dirt Track on September 21 and Devil’s Bowl Speedway for the Winter Nationals on October 18 and 19.

Events at the Kennedale Speedway Park on Saturday, September 14 are scheduled to begin at 6:00 P.M. and will include IMCA support divisions. For more information on the Kennedale Speedway Park, log onto http://www.raceksp.com.

Official news, results, and updates on all regions of the ASCS Nation can be found at http://www.ascsracing.com.

 

 

Danny Lasoski wins the Nebraska Cup

Bryan Hulbert - EAGLE, Neb. (September 8, 2013) Slide jobs was the word of the night at Eagle Raceway with the Speedway Motors Midwest Region on Sunday night with Danny Lasoski utilizing a green, white, checkered restart to get the pass on Jason Johnson for the $5,000 Nebraska Cup championship check.

The field chased Jack Dover at the start with Danny Lasoski jumping to the runner up spot to begin the night’s 30 lap feature.

Finding slower traffic by Lap 8, Lasoski was quickly joined by Jason Johnson and Tony Bruce, Jr. as the trio chased down Dover.

Going three wide for the lead on Lap 10 with the back markers, Dover held off the charging Lasoski with the caution waving on Lap 11.

At speed, Lasoski and Dover proceeded to exchange slide jobs for the next two laps with Dover swapping the lead four times with the No. 1m before finally getting some breathing room. In the mix, Jason Johnson picked off the second spot on the fourteenth circuit.

Working from fifteenth, Brian Brown tracked down Lasoski on Lap 18 as Dover began working heavy traffic; allowing Johnson to close the gap with Lasoski and Brown going at each other for third.

Working the bottom groove, Jason Johnson threw slide jobs on the No. 53 starting on Lap 21. Over and over, the pair traded the lead with Johnson finally taking the point with six laps to run. Trying to mount a charge, Jack Dover’s night ended on Lap 25 with mechanical problems sidelining the Home Pride No. 53.

Caution coming to the final lap reset the field to a two lap dash.

Underway, Lasoski dove the Burch Motorsports No. 1m to the inside line entering turn one, taking the lead down the back straight-a-way for his third victory in as many nights. Brian Brown grabbed the runner up spot on the final lap with Jason Johnson ending up third. Tony Bruce, Jr. and C.J. Johnson from fourteenth completed the top five.

The Speedway Motors Midwest Region return to competition for the 2013 Season Finale at the I-80 Speedway with the second annual Fall Brawl on Friday, September 20 and Saturday, September 21.

More information can be found at http://www.ascsracing.com

Speedway Motors ASCS Midwest Region Eagle Raceway - Eagle, Neb. - Nebraska Cup Sunday, September 8, 2013

Car Count: 43

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 1M-Danny Lasoski[3]; 2. 48-Jake Martens[1]; 3. 11X-Gregg Bakker[2]; 4. 2J-Zach Blurton[5]; 5. 21K-Ryan Kitchen[7]; 6. 81-Jon Freeman[8]; 7. 31-Mark Pace[9]; 8. 03-Shayle Bade[6]; 9. 17B-Jason Becker[4]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[3]; 2. 45-Jeff Lowery[1]; 3. 14G-Gene Ackland[2]; 4. E85-C.J. Johnson[6]; 5. 1B-Robby Wolfgang[7]; 6. 17W-Cole Wood[5]; 7. 91-Jeff Stasa[4]; 8. 52-Nick Bryan[9]; DNF 32-Adam Gullion[8]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 53-Jack Dover[4]; 2. 77-John Klabunde[1]; 3. 41-Jason Johnson[7]; 4. 11W-Wyatt Burks[2]; 5. 51-Mike Boston[3]; 6. 21-Brian Brown[8]; 7. 76-Jay Russell[9]; 8. 12-Tyler Drueke[5]; 9. 24B-Jeremy Campbell[6]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 4X-Jason Danley[2]; 2. 18R-Ryan Roberts[1]; 3. 35-Trevor Grossenbacher[4]; 4. 5M-Miranda Arnold[5]; 5. 1-Doug Lovegrove[8]; 6. 2F-Frank Galusha[3]; 7. 98-J.D. Johnson[7]; 8. 17-Gage Dorr[6]

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 4-Jordan Boston[3]; 2. 14-Josh Riggins[7]; 3. 71-Tige Jensen[8]; 4. 6G-Bryan Gossel[2]; 5. 28-Rocky Klabunde[1]; DNF 23-Seth Bergman[4]; DNF 36-Jason Martin[5]; DNF 21V-Justin Henderson[6]

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 21-Brian Brown[6]; 2. 23-Seth Bergman[9]; 3. 1B-Robby Wolfgang[4]; 4. 1-Doug Lovegrove[1]; 5. 5M-Miranda Arnold[3]; 6. 6G-Bryan Gossel[5]; 7. 14G-Gene Ackland[2]; 8. 51-Mike Boston[7]; 9. 2F-Frank Galusha[11]; 10. 21V-Justin Henderson[13]; 11. 32-Adam Gullion[14]; DNF 17B-Jason Becker[15]; DNF 28-Rocky Klabunde[8]; DNF 03-Shayle Bade[12]; DNS 36-Jason Martin

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 11X-Gregg Bakker[1]; 2. 11W-Wyatt Burks[4]; 3. 98-J.D. Johnson[6]; 4. 76-Jay Russell[9]; 5. 17W-Cole Wood[8]; 6. 12-Tyler Drueke[13]; 7. 2J-Zach Blurton[2]; 8. 81-Jon Freeman[5]; 9. 24B-Jeremy Campbell[14]; 10. 21K-Ryan Kitchen[3]; 11. 31-Mark Pace[7]; 12. 17-Gage Dorr[12]; 13. 91-Jeff Stasa[10]; DNF 52-Nick Bryan[11]

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 1M-Danny Lasoski[4]; 2. 21-Brian Brown[15]; 3. 41-Jason Johnson[6]; 4. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[2]; 5. E85-C.J. Johnson[14]; 6. 48-Jake Martens[9]; 7. 11W-Wyatt Burks[18]; 8. 14-Josh Riggins[3]; 9. 4X-Jason Danley[8]; 10. 23-Seth Bergman[17]; 11. 4-Jordan Boston[7]; 12. 71-Tige Jensen[5]; 13. 1B-Robby Wolfgang[19]; 14. 45-Jeff Lowery[10]; 15. 11X-Gregg Bakker[16]; 16. 18R-Ryan Roberts[12]; 17. 98-J.D. Johnson[20]; DNF 53-Jack Dover[1]; DNF 35-Trevor Grossenbacher[13]; DNF 77-John Klabunde[11]

 

 

Joe Ramaker triumphs at Belgrade

Bryan Hulbert - BELGRADE, Mont. (September 7, 2013) The ASCS Frontier Region made their final appearance of the season at the Gallatin Speedway in Belgrade, Mont. Saturday night with Joe Ramaker earning his third straight victory with the Montana based region.

Coming from fifth, Ramaker raced to the lead on Lap 16 over Trever Kirkland with Phil Dietz following suit to claim second. Kirkland settled for third with David Hoiness and Kelly Miller making up the top five.

The ASCS Frontier Region concludes the inaugural season on September 20 and 21 at the Billings Motorsports Park. Official news, results, and updates on the Frontier Region can be found at http://www.ascsracing.com

ASCS Frontier Region Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, Mont. Saturday, September 7, 2013

Car Count: 19

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 27DD-David Hoiness; 2. 98-Joe Ramaker; 3. 37-Trever Kirkland; 4. 1-Bill Boyce; 5. 1X-Vernon Hill; 6. 17J-Jerry Brey; 7. 21-Ryder Olson

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 12-Paxton Lambrecht; 2. 44-Kelly Miller; 3. 12X-Josh Ostermiller; 4. 441-Damon McCune; DNF 77-Mark Sweet; 6. 22-Chris Roberts

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 72-Phil Dietz; 2. 23N-Brent Kronfuss; 3. 0J-Jeremy McCune; 4. 21W-Calvin Fitch; 5. 35-Charles (Chip) Roe; 6. 8X-Tucker McCune

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 98-Joe Ramaker; 2. 72-Phil Dietz; 3. 37-Trever Kirkland; 4. 27DD-David Hoiness; 5. 44-Kelly Miller; 6. 23N-Brent Kronfuss; 7. 12-Paxton Lambrecht; 8. 12X-Josh Ostermiller; 9. 1-Bill Boyce; 10. 17J-Jerry Brey; 11. 21W-Calvin Fitch; 12. 0J-Jeremy McCune; 13. 21-Ryder Olson; 14. 22-Chris Roberts; 15. 35-Charles (Chip) Roe; 16. 8X-Tucker McCune; DNF 1X-Vernon Hill; DNF 441-Damon McCune; DNF 77-Mark Sweet

Lap Leader(s): Trever Kirkland (1-15), Joe Ramaker (16-25)

 

 

Seth Bergman tracks down victory in Oklahoma

Bryan Hulbert - WAINWRIGHT, Okla. (September 7, 2013) Taking advantage of an off weekend with the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real, Washington native Seth Bergman came from seventh and tracked down an all but gone Sean McClelland at the Outlaw Motorsports Park with the American Bank of Oklahoma Sooner Region to score his second victory of 2013 with the Oklahoma arm of the ASCS Nation.

Surrendering the lead on Lap 20, McClelland crossed second with Tennessee’s Brian Bell taking the final step on the podium. Danny Wood and Matt Covington made up the top five.

The American Bank of Oklahoma Sooner Region competes again on Saturday, September 14 in a regional paring with the Smiley’s Racing Products Lone Star Region at the Kennedale Speedway Park.

For official results, news, and update on the ASCS Nation, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com

American Bank of Oklahoma Sooner Region Outlaw Motorsports Park - Wainwright, Okla. Saturday, September 7, 2013

Car Count: 20

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 4AM-Mike Goodman; 2. 95-Matt Covington; 3. 29-Brandon Hahn; 4. 81-Danny Wood; 5. 57-Kyle Chady; 6. 04-Brad Graham

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 7-Michelle Decker; 2. 45-J.P. Bailey; 3. 23-Seth Bergman; 4. 23B-Brian Bell; 5. 22-Koby Barksdale; 6. 8S-Alex Sewell; 7. 22K-Kevin Barksdale

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 17-Blake Hahn; 2. 1-Sean McClelland; 3. 03-Joe Wood Jr; 4. 5-Joe Bob Lee; 5. 97-Kevin Cummings; 6. 2-Mickey Walker

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman; 2. 1-Sean McClelland; 3. 23B-Brian Bell; 4. 81-Danny Wood; 5. 95-Matt Covington; 6. 17-Blake Hahn; 7. 8S-Alex Sewell; 8. 5-Joe Bob Lee; 9. 22-Koby Barksdale; 10. 2-Mickey Walker; 11. 29-Brandon Hahn; 12. 57-Kyle Chady; 13. 22K-Kevin Barksdale; 14. 97-Kevin Cummings; DNF 7-Michelle Decker; DNF 04-Brad Graham; DNF 51-Matt Ward; DNF 45-J.P. Bailey; DNF 4AM-Mike Goodman; DNF 03-Joe Wood Jr.

Lap Leader(s): Sean McClelland (1-19), Seth Bergman (20-25)

 

 

Dover edges out Droud at McCool Junction

Bryan Hulbert - MCCOOL JUNCTION, Neb. (September 7, 2013) Jack Dover brought the masses to their feet Saturday night with the Speedway Motors Midwest Region, charging to the outside of Don Droud, Jr. in the final turns at the Junction Motor Speedway in slower traffic to win for the second night running.

Charging from seventh, Dover grabbed the runner up spot following a Lap 16 restart. Closing on the back of the field with four laps to run, the Home Pride No. 53 closed a straight-a-way deficit as the white flag flew.

Bottled up by slower cars entering turns three and four for the final time, Droud was forced low as Jack Dover sailed the cushion to victory. Droud crossed second with early leader Wyatt Burks settling for third. Seth Brahmer came from tenth to fourth with Tyler Drueke from eleventh to complete the top five.

The Speedway Motors Midwest Region concludes the weekend at the Eagle Raceway in Eagle, Neb. on Sunday, September 8 starting at 6:30 P.M. Pits will be open to all from 3:30 P.M. until 4:30 P.M. Hot laps begin at 5:30 P.M.

For news, results, and updates on the ASCS Nation, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com

Speedway Motors Midwest Region Junction Motor Speedway - McCool Junction, Neb. Saturday, September 7, 2013

Car Count: 30

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 48-Jake Martens[1]; 2. 1B-Robby Wolfgang[3]; 3. 5M-Miranda Arnold[4]; 4. 12-Tyler Drueke[6]; 5. 91-Jeff Stasa[5]; 6. 2J-Zach Blurton[2]; 7. 81-Jon Freeman[8]; DNS 1P-Curtis Evans

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 11X-Gregg Bakker[1]; 2. 2-Don Droud Jr[5]; 3. 18R-Ryan Roberts[3]; 4. 3-Billy Alley[4]; 5. 4-Jordan Boston[8]; 6. 77-John Klabunde[2]; 7. 24B-Jeremy Campbell[7]; 8. 17-Gage Dorr[6]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 53-Jack Dover[3]; 2. 28-Rocky Klabunde[1]; 3. 13V-Seth Brahmer[4]; 4. 98J-J.D. Johnson[6]; 5. 36-Jason Martin[5]; 6. 52-Nick Bryan[2]; 7. 17B-Jason Becker[7]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 11W-Wyatt Burks[4]; 2. E85-C.J. Johnson[6]; 3. 2F-Frank Galusha[1]; 4. 35-Trevor Grossenbacher[3]; 5. 45-Jeff Lowery[7]; DNF 19-Tadd Holliman[2]; DNF 51-Mike Peters[5]

B Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 3-Billy Alley[1]; 2. 35-Trevor Grossenbacher[2]; 3. 36-Jason Martin[4]; 4. 24B-Jeremy Campbell[10]; 5. 91-Jeff Stasa[3]; 6. 81-Jon Freeman[9]; 7. 2J-Zach Blurton[5]; 8. 52-Nick Bryan[7]; 9. 17B-Jason Becker[11]; 10. 17-Gage Dorr[13]; DNS 77-John Klabunde; DNS 19-Tadd Holliman; DNS 51-Mike Peters; DNS 1P-Curtis Evans

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 53-Jack Dover[7]; 2. 2-Don Droud Jr[6]; 3. 11W-Wyatt Burks[1]; 4. 13V-Seth Brahmer[10]; 5. 12-Tyler Drueke[11]; 6. 1B-Robby Wolfgang[8]; 7. 11X-Gregg Bakker[2]; 8. E85-C.J. Johnson[5]; 9. 36-Jason Martin[19]; 10. 4-Jordan Boston[13]; 11. 18R-Ryan Roberts[14]; 12. 35-Trevor Grossenbacher[18]; 13. 48-Jake Martens[4]; 14. 98J-J.D. Johnson[12]; 15. 2F-Frank Galusha[15]; 16. 24B-Jeremy Campbell[20]; 17. 5M-Miranda Arnold[9]; 18. 45-Jeff Lowery[16]; 19. 28-Rocky Klabunde[3]; DNF 3-Billy Alley[17]

Lap Leader(s) Gregg Bakker (1), Wyatt Burks (2-11, 13), Don Droud, Jr. (12, 14-24), Jack Dover (25)

 

 

Jack Dover grabs Adams County cash

Bryan Hulbert - CORNING, Ia. (September 6, 2013) A good way to start off a three day swing through the Midwest, Jack Dover continued his reign over the Speedway Motors Midwest Region, with a win at the Adams County Speedway in Corning, Ia.

Pulling the second row for the night’s 25 lap affair, Dover earned the pacers position from Gregg Bakker on Lap 8. From there the Home Pride No. 53 went uncontested with Billy Alley in tow for the runner up spot. Jon Agan took the show position with a last lap pass on Tyler Drueke with Jordan Boston making up the top five.

The night’s $300 E.S.I. Lucky Draw was awarded to Tyler Drueke.

The Speedway Motors Midwest Region competes next at the Junction Motor Speedway in McCool Junction, Neb. on Saturday, September 7. The weekend wraps up with the Nebraska Cup on Sunday, September 8 at the Eagle Raceway in Eagle, Neb.

Speedway Motors Midwest Region Adams County Speedway - Corning, Ia. Friday, September 6, 2013

Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 53-Jack Dover; 2. 12-Tyler Drueke; 3. 5J-Larry Ball Jr; 4. 3-Billy Alley; 5. 4-Jordan Boston; 6. 4J-Jon Agan; 7. 11X-Gregg Bakker; 8. 39X-Alan Ambers; 9. 77-John Klabunde; 10. 1P-Curtis Evans; 11. 8-Laney Feight; DNF 48-Jake Martens; DNF 14-Randy Martin

Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 53-Jack Dover; 2. 4J-Jon Agan; 3. 11X-Gregg Bakker; 4. 4-Jordan Boston; 5. 3-Billy Alley; 6. 77-John Klabunde; 7. 5J-Larry Ball Jr; 8. 12-Tyler Drueke; 9. 39X-Alan Ambers; 10. 14-Randy Martin; 11. 8-Laney Feight; DNS 48-Jake Martens; DNS 1P-Curtis Evans

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 53-Jack Dover; 2. 3-Billy Alley; 3. 4J-Jon Agan; 4. 12-Tyler Drueke; 5. 4-Jordan Boston; 6. 14-Randy Martin; 7. 11X-Gregg Bakker; 8. 1P-Curtis Evans; 9. 77-John Klabunde; 10. 39X-Alan Ambers; 11. 8-Laney Feight; DNF 5J-Larry Ball Jr; DNS 48-Jake Martens

Lap Leader(s): Gregg Bakker (1-7), Jack Dover (8-25)

 

 

Jack Dover grabs Adams County cash

Bryan Hulbert - CORNING, Ia. (September 6, 2013) A good way to start off a three day swing through the Midwest, Jack Dover continued his reign over the Speedway Motors Midwest Region, with a win at the Adams County Speedway in Corning, Ia.

Pulling the second row for the night’s 25 lap affair, Dover earned the pacers position from Gregg Bakker on Lap 8. From there the Home Pride No. 53 went uncontested with Billy Alley in tow for the runner up spot. Jon Agan took the show position with a last lap pass on Tyler Drueke with Jordan Boston making up the top five.

The night’s $300 E.S.I. Lucky Draw was awarded to Tyler Drueke.

The Speedway Motors Midwest Region competes next at the Junction Motor Speedway in McCool Junction, Neb. on Saturday, September 7. The weekend wraps up with the Nebraska Cup on Sunday, September 8 at the Eagle Raceway in Eagle, Neb.

Speedway Motors Midwest Region Adams County Speedway - Corning, Ia. Friday, September 6, 2013

Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 53-Jack Dover; 2. 12-Tyler Drueke; 3. 5J-Larry Ball Jr; 4. 3-Billy Alley; 5. 4-Jordan Boston; 6. 4J-Jon Agan; 7. 11X-Gregg Bakker; 8. 39X-Alan Ambers; 9. 77-John Klabunde; 10. 1P-Curtis Evans; 11. 8-Laney Feight; DNF 48-Jake Martens; DNF 14-Randy Martin

Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 53-Jack Dover; 2. 4J-Jon Agan; 3. 11X-Gregg Bakker; 4. 4-Jordan Boston; 5. 3-Billy Alley; 6. 77-John Klabunde; 7. 5J-Larry Ball Jr; 8. 12-Tyler Drueke; 9. 39X-Alan Ambers; 10. 14-Randy Martin; 11. 8-Laney Feight; DNS 48-Jake Martens; DNS 1P-Curtis Evans

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 53-Jack Dover; 2. 3-Billy Alley; 3. 4J-Jon Agan; 4. 12-Tyler Drueke; 5. 4-Jordan Boston; 6. 14-Randy Martin; 7. 11X-Gregg Bakker; 8. 1P-Curtis Evans; 9. 77-John Klabunde; 10. 39X-Alan Ambers; 11. 8-Laney Feight; DNF 5J-Larry Ball Jr; DNS 48-Jake Martens

Lap Leader(s): Gregg Bakker (1-7), Jack Dover (8-25)

Photo Credit: Home Pride Motorsports

 

 

Points chase tightening as Frontier Region heads to Belgrade

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (September 4, 2013) The ASCS Frontier Region returns to the Gallatin Speedway in Belgrade, Mont. on Saturday, September 7.

Fresh off a weekend sweep at the Electric City Speedway, Joe Ramaker has closed the gap in the title chase to 60 points with Phil Dietz continuing to lead the way.

In terms of the Belgrade oval, the series’ first showing of 2013 saw Ramaker top the field with Dietz posting third on June 21. The current point’s leader followed that up with a win on July 19 with Ramaker returning in kind on August 2.

The series appearance on August 23 saw both drivers posting top five finishes.

Of the 15 dates that have been contested in 2013, the pair combines for 10 wins with Ramaker at seven and Dietz at three. Overall seven drivers have earned wins with David Hoiness, Tony Bruce, Jr., Jason Johnson, Jerry Brey, and Randi Miller each posting a single win this season.

Trever Kirkland holds third having posted nine top five, and a dozen top ten finishes with the Frontier Region.

David Hoiness, who picked his first Frontier Regional victory on August 23 at the Gallatin Speedway, sits fourth with seven top fives’, and ten top tens’.

Jeremy McCune completes the top five in driver standings with a pair of top five runs and seen top ten finishes. Currently the top five is separated by 377 points.

Saturday’s event at the Gallatin Speedway is set to begin at 7:00 P.M. and is the season ending show for the Belgrade, Mont. oval. For more information on the Gallatin Speedway, log onto http://www.gallatinspeedway.com.

For official news, updates, and points for the ASCS Frontier Region, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com

 

 

Kulhanek and Reutzel carry Gulf South title chase into Royal Purple Raceway

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (September 3, 2013) Counting down to the 2013 finale for the Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region, the Royal Purple Raceway in Baytown, Texas welcomes the Gulf South Region back on Saturday, September 7.

The third visit of 2013 to the quarter-mile oval, this Saturday’s event is all that stands between the 2013 season finale at the Battleground Speedway in September 28. With that said, Ray Allen Kulhanek’s bid for consecutive titles is up for grabs as Aaron Reutzel has brought himself to only six points behind the No. 21t.

Taking the points lead by three at the Heart ‘O Texas in Waco before Kulhanek was able to sneak back by at the Devil’s Bowl Speedway, the season win total for Reutzel stands at five to go along with 10 podium finishes in the 18 races that have been contested.

While Ray Allen Kulhanek has a single win, coming at the Golden Triangle Raceway Park on March 1, the No. 21 has also place among the top three 10 times in 2013. Channin Tankersley currently holds third with the race for fourth tightening up between Beau Smith and Klint Angelette as the pair sit separated by 14 points.

The Woodforest National Bank ASCS Sprint Car Finals presented by Coushatta Casino Resort at the Royal Purple Raceway on Saturday, September 7 will have gates open at 6:00 P.M. For more information, log onto http://www.royalpurpleraceway.com. Races begin at 7:30 P.M. and will include Modifieds and Limited Modifieds.

For official news, points, and updates on the Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region log onto http://www.ascsracing.com

 

 

Sooner Region returns to Outlaw Motorsports Park

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (September 3, 2013) The American Bank of Oklahoma Sooner Region returns to competition on Saturday, September 7 with the series return to the Outlaw Motorsports Park in Oktaha, Okla.

The three-eighths mile oval saw Jason Johnson capture the win in the series last outing at the Oklahoma oval on May 7, 2010.

One of only two dates remaining for in the 2013 lineup, the September 7 date will be the final standalone event for the American Bank of Oklahoma Sooner Region as the finale is paired with the Smiley’s Racing Products Lone Star Region on September 14 at the Kennedale Speedway Park.

Mike Goodman leads the charge into the Outlaw Motorsports Park with a slim 10 point margin over defending champion Matt Covington. The pair combines for three victories on the season with Covington holding two of those wins.

Joe Bob Lee holds third with Danny Wood and Shane Pace completing the top five in driver standings.

Events at the Outlaw Motorsports Park are slated to begin at 6:30 P.M. with Hot Laps for all classes. Pure Stocks, Factory Stocks, Grand Nationals, IMCA Modifieds, Sport Mods, and Outlaw Modifieds fill the card along with the Sooner Region.

The Outlaw Motorsports Park is located at 8100 Wainwright Rd, Oktaha, OK 74450

For more information on the American Bank of Oklahoma Sooner Region, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

 

 

ASCS Midwest Region goes three wide this weekend

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (September 3, 2013) The Speedway Motors Midwest Region takes to three ovals this coming weekend in Iowa and Nebraska with nearly $30,000 in prize money up for grabs.

Back to back $1,500 to win dates start at the half-mile Adams County Speedway in Corning, Iowa on Friday, September 6 with 305cid Sprint Cars and Vintage Cars completing the Friday lineup.

The three-eighths mile Junction Motor Speedway in McCool Junction, Neb. on Saturday, September 7 will combine ASCS Midwest and NCRA drivers in the “Battle of the Winged Warriors”

The weekend concludes with the $5,000 to win Nebraska Cup at the one-third mile Eagle Raceway in Eagle, Neb. on Sunday, September 8 presented by the Nebraska Lottery and will feature SLMR Late Models in addition to the ASCS Midwest Region and NCRA.

Just off the Jackson Nationals, Jack Dover has reclaimed the points lead over Jordan Boston by 31 markers. Derrik Lusk, Tyler Drueke, and Gregg Bakker complete the top five in driver standings for the Speedway Motors Midwest Region.

Events at the Adams County Raceway are slated to begin at 7:00 P.M. and is located at the Adams County Fairgrounds. For more information, log onto http://www.acspeedway.com.

Junction Motor Speedway begins at 6:15 P.M. with Hot Laps for all classes. Junction Motor Speedway is located at 1206 Rd. 4, McCool Junction, Neb. 68401. More information can be found at http://www.junctionmotorspeedway.com

Eagle Raceway will have the Pits open from 3:30 P.M. to 4:30 P.M. for the public to be able to meet the drivers and candidates for the Miss Nebraska Cup. Racing begins at 6:30 P.M. The Eagle Raceway is located at 617 S. 238th St. Eagle, Neb. More information on the Eagle Raceway can be found at http://www.eagleraceway.com.

For official news, points, and updates on the Speedway Motors Midwest Region, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com

 

 

Carney sweeps ASCS 305 weekend

Bryan Hulbert - LAS CRUCES, N.M. (August 31, 2013) John Carney II continued his strong weekend at home, earning the weekend sweep in ASCS 305cid competition with his victory at the Southern New Mexico Speedway in Las Cruces, N.M. on Saturday night.

Working from third, Carney crossed ahead of pole sitter Lorne Wofford. Third went to Dylan Harris with Don Grable charging from seventeenth to fourth. Wes Wofford completed the top five followed by Richard Wilbee, Derek DeMartino, Don Reynolds, Chuck Jackson, and Tyler Jackson to complete the top ten.

The victory for Carney solidified his second straight ASCS 305cid title.

ASCS 305cid Southern New Mexico Speedway - Las Cruces, N.M. Saturday, August 31, 2013

Car Count: 19

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 21-Wes Wofford; 2. 21-Aaron Reutzel; 3. 45X-Derek Demartino; 4. 40X-Butch Box; 5. 98-Jerry Gonzalez; 6. 54-Art Quijano

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 27-Cesar Fuentes; 2. 1M-Dylan Harris; 3. 36DD-Matt Ziehl; 4. 88-Richard Wilbee; 5. 131-Royal Jones; 6. 148-Don Grable; 7. 5H-Joseph Hernandez

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 3D-Don Reynolds; 2. 18-Lorne Wofford; 3. 224-John Carney II; 4. 2-Tyler Jackson; 5. 99S-Chuck Jackson; 6. 52NM-David Burns

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 224-John Carney II; 2. 18-Lorne Wofford; 3. 1M-Dylan Harris; 4. 148-Don Grable; 5. 21-Wes Wofford; 6. 88-Richard Wilbee; 7. 45X-Derek Demartino; 8. 3D-Don Reynolds; 9. 99S-Chuck Jackson; 10. 2-Tyler Jackson; 11. 52NM-David Burns; 12. 40X-Butch Box; 13. 36DD-Matt Ziehl; 14. 131-Royal Jones; 15. 5H-Joseph Hernandez; 16. 21-Aaron Reutzel; 17. 27-Cesar Fuentes; 18. 54-Art Quijano; 19. 98-Jerry Gonzalez

 

 

Martens cashes in at Lubbock

Bryan Hulbert - LUBBOCK, Texas (September 1, 2013) The Smiley’s Racing Products Lone Star Region ventured into the panhandle of Texas Sunday night with Oklahoma’s Jake Martens topping the 22 car field.

Martens raced from third to win at the Texas oval with Matt Covington scored second. Aaron Reutzel crossed third with Patrick Stasa and Kolt Walker making up the top five.

The Smiley's Racing Products Lone Star Region competes again with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real at the Texas Motor Speedway Dirt Track on September 21, 2013.

Smiley’s Racing Products Lone Star Region Lubbock Speedway - Lubbock, Texas Sunday, September 1, 2013

Car Count: 22

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 19S-Patrick Stasa; 2. 12W-Dale Wester; 3. 74X-Joshua Hodges; 4. 74B-John Carney II; 5. 12M-Kolt Walker; 6. 58-Gary Floyd; 7. 16-Cory Riley; 8. 12G-James Granzow

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington; 2. 6-Ryan Beechler; 3. 17J-Josh Baughman; 4. 4J-John James; 5. 12-James Mosher; 6. 47-Tadd Baughman; 7. 0C-Brandon Black

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 48-Jake Martens; 2. 224-Derek Drown; 3. 4X-Shawn Petersen; 4. 21-Aaron Reutzel; 5. 17-Blake Hahn; 6. 21X-Taylor Velasquez; 7. 2X-Brandon Williams

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 48-Jake Martens; 2. 95-Matt Covington; 3. 21-Aaron Reutzel; 4. 19S-Patrick Stasa; 5. 12M-Kolt Walker; 6. 224-Derek Drown; 7. 74B-John Carney II; 8. 6-Ryan Beechler; 9. 12-James Mosher; 10. 16-Cory Riley; 11. 2X-Brandon Williams; 12. 21X-Taylor Velasquez; 13. 12W-Dale Wester; 14. 47-Tadd Baughman; DNF 4X-Shawn Petersen; DNF 58-Gary Floyd; DNF 74X-Joshua Hodges; DNF 12G-James Granzow; DNF 0C-Brandon Black; DNF 4J-John James; DNF 17-Blake Hahn; 22. 17J-Josh Baughman

 

 

Brian Brown conquers ASCS Warrior Region at RCR

Bryan Hulbert - MOBERLY, Mo. (September 1, 2013) Brian Brown picked up his second $4,000 check of the weekend, this time at the Randolph County Raceway with the Speedway Motors Warrior Region.

Taking the lead on Lap 11 following a red flag for the No. 2a of Randy Hibbs, the Casey’s General Store/FVP No. 21 ran to a nearly straight-a-way advantage at the checkered flag. Jeff Swindell crossed second, taking the runner up spot from Cornell on Lap 21.

Cornell held on for third with Jason Johnson and Russ Hall completing the top five.

The top ten rounded out with Randy Martin, Tony Bruce, Jr., Josh Fisher, Cutis Evans, and Brad Loyet.

Speedway Motors Warrior Region Randolph County Raceway - Moberly, Mo. Sunday, September 1, 2013

Car Count: 32

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 4J-Jon Agan; 2. 21-Brian Brown; 3. 1P-Curtis Evans; 4. 81A-Chris Morgan; 5. 25-Curtis Boyer; 6. 82-Vincent Ward; DNF 8W-Danny Lasoski

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 38-Cody Baker; 2. 5M-Miranda Arnold; 3. 11W-Wyatt Burks; 4. 76-Jay Russell; 5. 48-Mike Trent; 6. 3Z-Zach Davis; DNS 22-Dustin Barks

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 5P-Rusty Potter; 2. 94-Jeff Swindell; 3. 05-Brad Loyet; 4. 4-Evan Martin; 5. 92J-J.R. Topper; 6. 5-Matt Close; 7. XX-A.J. Wirts

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 41-Jason Johnson; 2. 18-Tony Bruce Jr; 3. 2A-Randy Hibbs; 4. 9M-Tyler Elliott; 5. 9-Casey Baker; DNF 24-Lanny Carpenter; DNF 75-Tyler Blank

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 48-Mike Trent[5]; 2. 5M-Miranda Arnold[1]; 3. 75-Tyler Blank[15]; 4. 76-Jay Russell[3]; 5. 81A-Chris Morgan[2]; 6. 92J-J.R. Topper[6]; 7. 5-Matt Close[12]; 8. 9-Casey Baker[7]; 9. 25-Curtis Boyer[10]; 10. 82-Vincent Ward[8]; DNF 9M-Tyler Elliott[4]; DNF 22-Dustin Barks[16]; DNS 24-Lanny Carpenter; DNS 3Z-Zach Davis; DNS 8W-Danny Lasoski; DNS XX-A.J. Wirts

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 21-Brian Brown[7]; 2. 94-Jeff Swindell[9]; 3. 28-Jonathan Cornell[5]; 4. 41-Jason Johnson[13]; 5. 45C-Russ Hall[1]; 6. 14-Randy Martin[4]; 7. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[10]; 8. 72-Josh Fisher[6]; 9. 1P-Curtis Evans[11]; 10. 05-Brad Loyet[15]; 11. 5P-Rusty Potter[8]; 12. 48-Mike Trent[17]; 13. 4J-Jon Agan[2]; 14. 76-Jay Russell[20]; 15. 4-Evan Martin[16]; 16. 81A-Chris Morgan[21]; 17. 5M-Miranda Arnold[18]; DNF 75-Tyler Blank[19]; DNF 11W-Wyatt Burks[14]; DNF 38-Cody Baker[3]; DNF 2A-Randy Hibbs[12]; DNF 92J-J.R. Topper[22]

Lap Leader(s): Russ Hall (1-2), Jonathan Cornell (3-10), Brian Brown (11-30)

 

 

Matt Covington on top at Abilene

Bryan Hulbert - ABILENE, Texas (August 31, 2013) Matt Covington started out front, and ended out front with the Smiley’s Racing Products Lone Star Region at the Abilene Speedway for his first Lone Star triumph of the season.

His fifth podium of the season, Covington led the distance in the night’s 25 lap affair. Patrick Stasa, Kolt Walker, Joshua Hodges, and Blake Hahn made up the top five with Jake Martens, Josh Baughman, Gary Floyd, Dale Wester and John James made up the top ten.

The Smiley’s Racing Products Lone Star Region heads to the Lubbock Speedway in Lubbock, Texas on Sunday, September 1.

Smiley’s Racing Products Lone Star Region Abilene Speedway - Abilene, Texas Saturday, August 31, 2013

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 17-Blake Hahn; 2. 12W-Dale Wester; 3. 95-Matt Covington; 4. 12M-Kolt Walker; 5. 17X-Josh Baughman; 6. 48-Jake Martens; 7. 4J-John James; 8. 58-Gary Floyd

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 4X-Shawn Petersen; 2. 19-Patrick Stasa; 3. 6-Ryan Beechler; 4. 12-James Mosher; 5. 0-Channin Tankersley; 6. 74X-Joshua Hodges; 7. 224-Derek Drown; 8. 47-Tadd Baughman

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington; 2. 19-Patrick Stasa; 3. 12M-Kolt Walker; 4. 74X-Joshua Hodges; 5. 17-Blake Hahn; 6. 48-Jake Martens; 7. 17X-Josh Baughman; 8. 58-Gary Floyd; 9. 12W-Dale Wester; 10. 4J-John James; 11. 4X-Shawn Petersen; 12. 224-Derek Drown; 13. 47-Tadd Baughman; 14. 12-James Mosher; DNF 6-Ryan Beechler; DNS 0-Channin Tankersley

Lap Leader(s): Matt Covington (1-25)

 

 

Victory goes to Cornell at RCR opener

Bryan Hulbert - MOBERLY, Mo. (August 31, 2013) Jonathan Cornell continued his dominance of the Speedway Motors Warrior Region, opening the weekend double header at Randolph County Raceway with his seventh triumph of the season.

Lining up sixth, the VKCC Motorsports No. 28 worked to the lead on Lap 12, going unchallenged from thee. Randy Martin, Josh Fisher, Russ Hall, and Jon Agan completed the top five after the Iowa driver led the first 11 circuits.

Randy Hibbs, Wyatt Burks, Miranda Arnold, Evan Martin, and Zach Davis made up the top ten.

The Speedway Motors Warrior Region returns to the Randolph County Raceway on Sunday, September 1 with several Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real driver expected to be in attendance for the $4,000 to win finale.

Speedway Motors Warrior Region Randolph County Raceway - Moberly, Mo. Saturday, August 31, 2013

Car Count: 25

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 14-Randy Martin; 2. 5M-Miranda Arnold; 3. 81A-Chris Morgan; 4. 76-Jay Russell; 5. 1P-Curtis Evans; 6. 4-Evan Martin; 7. 9-Casey Baker; 8. 38-Cody Baker; 9. 9M-Tyler Elliott

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 11W-Wyatt Burks; 2. 4A-Jon Agan; 3. 45C-Russ Hall; 4. 5P-Rusty Potter; 5. 3Z-Zach Davis; 6. 25-Curtis Boyer; 7. 48-Mike Trent; DNF 14T-Andrew Turley

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 72-Josh Fisher; 2. 28-Jonathan Cornell; 3. 2A-Randy Hibbs; 4. 22-Dustin Barks; 5. 92J-J.R. Topper; 6. 24-Lanny Carpenter; 7. 65-Trevor (T.J.) Muths; 8. 75-Tyler Blank

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 28-Jonathan Cornell; 2. 14-Randy Martin; 3. 72-Josh Fisher; 4. 45C-Russ Hall; 5. 4A-Jon Agan; 6. 2A-Randy Hibbs; 7. 11W-Wyatt Burks; 8. 5M-Miranda Arnold; 9. 4-Evan Martin; 10. 3Z-Zach Davis; 11. 5P-Rusty Potter; 12. 1P-Curtis Evans; 13. 25-Curtis Boyer; 14. 24-Lanny Carpenter; 15. 81A-Chris Morgan; 16. 48-Mike Trent; 17. 9M-Tyler Elliott; 18. 9-Casey Baker; DNF 22-Dustin Barks; DNF 65-Trevor (T.J.) Muths; DNF 92J-J.R. Topper; DNF 38-Cody Baker; DNF 76-Jay Russell; DNS 75-Tyler Blank; DNS 14T-Andrew Turley

Lap Leader(s): Jon Agan (1-11), Jonathan Cornell (12-25)

 

 

Ramaker's weekend perfect with Frontier Region

Bryan Hulbert - GREAT FALLS, Mont. (August 31, 2013) The ASCS Frontier Region returned to the Electric City Speedway where Joe Ramaker made it a perfect weekend, leading the night’s 25 lap A-Feature from start to finish.

Phil Dietz crossed second with Kelly Miller, Josh Ostermiller, and Casey Adams making the top five. Dennis MacEachern was sixth with David Hoiness coming from the B-Feature to finish seventh. Vernon Hill, Bill Boyce, and Trever Kirkland made up the top ten.

ASCS Frontier Region Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, Mont. Saturday, August 31, 2013

Car Count: 27

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 37-Trever Kirkland; 2. 44-Kelly Miller; 3. 1X-Vernon Hill; 4. 9X-Sean MacDonell; 5. 21-Calvin Fitch; 6. 77-Mark Sweet; 7. 11-Cliff Nelson

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 23N-Steven Tiner; 2. 16-David Miller; 3. 72-Phil Dietz; 4. 8-Shane Ainscough; 5. 9D-Matt Glouseau; 6. 22-Chris Roberts; DNF 27DD-David Hoiness

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 3-Dennis MacEachern; 2. 1-Bill Boyce; 3. 12-Paxton Lambrecht; 4. 12X-Josh Ostermiller; 5. 38-Bryan Brown; 6. 35-Cody Masse

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 98-Joe Ramaker; 2. 52-Christian Michel; 3. 0J-Jeremy McCune; 4. 12A-Casey Adams; 5. 2X-Rick Tessemaker; 6. 8X-Damon McCune

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 2X-Rick Tessemaker; 2. 38-Bryan Brown; 3. 21-Calvin Fitch; 4. 35-Cody Masse; 5. 8X-Damon McCune; 6. 9D-Matt Glouseau; 7. 22-Chris Roberts; 8. 11-Cliff Nelson; 9. 77-Mark Sweet; DNF 27DD-David Hoiness

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 98-Joe Ramaker; 2. 37-Trever Kirkland; 3. 23N-Steven Tiner; 4. 12-Paxton Lambrecht; 5. 44-Kelly Miller; 6. 72-Phil Dietz; 7. 12X-Josh Ostermiller; 8. 1-Bill Boyce; 9. 3-Dennis MacEachern; 10. 1X-Vernon Hill; 11. 0J-Jeremy McCune; 12. 16-David Miller; 13. 9X-Sean MacDonell; 14. 12A-Casey Adams; 15. 38-Bryan Brown; 16. 8-Shane Ainscough; 17. 35-Cody Masse; 18. 2X-Rick Tessemaker; DNF 21-Calvin Fitch; DNF 52-Christian Michel

Lap Leader(s): Joe Ramaker (1-25)

 

 

Brown dominates Lucas Oil ASCS Jackson Nationals

Bryan Hulbert - JACKSON, Minn. (August 31, 2013) The 35th annual Jackson Nationals ended with the 2013 Jackson Spring Nationals Champion back in victory lane at the Jackson Speedway, as Brian Brown earned his third Protect the Harvest A-Feature win of the season.

“I was kind of disappointed last night. I felt like I really let my team down and didn’t get the jump on the start, but that’s one good thing about our team; we win together, we lose together. Nobody on the team was negative,” commented Brian Brown of his Jackson Nationals victory.

Brown’s ninth overall Lucas Oil ASCS victory, the Casey’s General Store No. 21 drew the pole in the night’s Protect the Harvest A-Feature; jumping to the point from the start.

Stopping on Lap 3 with the No. 82 of Scott Winters going upside down, Robby Wolfgang and Tyler Drueke were both caught in the accident. All drivers were ok. On the restart, Brown would be challenged briefly for the lead by Tony Bruce, Jr. but would quickly move away.

Slowing on Lap 9 for Seth Bergman who stalled the No. 23 in turn three, Bruce again took a shot for the lead but was again denied.

Racing hard for fourth on Lap 12, the red flag was the end result between Jason Johnson and Jeff Swindell as contact by the No. 41 sent Swindell flipping into the fence. Swindell emerged unscathed with official allowing an open red.

Brian Brown again began to pull away with the battle to be in the top five shaping up with Danny Lasoski charging from seventeenth to challenge Jason Johnson as the caution flew for the final time on Lap 21 for Gregg Bakker.

Going unchallenged on the restart, Brian Brown ran to victory ahead of Tony Bruce, Jr.

“I’m glad all these came out to enjoy this race and hopefully they have the National Tour back next year,” commented Bruce. “I really thought we were good through the center of turns one, and two, but I didn’t have very much tire left so I couldn’t really chance it. We’ll take a second place and go on.”

Brad Loyet crossed third with Logan Forler taking full advantage of the open red to charge from eighteenth to fourth. Danny Lasoski followed suit from seventeenth to fifth. Jack Dover, Johnny Herrera, Jason Johnson, Cole Wood, and Dustin Morgan completed the top ten.

Four Heat Races set the night’s field with Dusty Zomer, Tony Bruce, Jr., Bill Boles, and Dustin Morgan earning wins. Danny Lasoski and Logan Forler each won B-Features.

The Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real returns to competition on Saturday, September 21 at the Texas Motor Speedway Dirt Track. For more information, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com

Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real Speedway Motors Midwest Region Jackson Speedway - Jackson, Minn. 35th annual Jackson Nationals Saturday, August 31, 2013

Car Count: 38 Event Count: 41

Wesmar Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 91-Dusty Zomer[1]; 2. 05-Brad Loyet[8]; 3. 82-Scott Winters[4]; 4. 53-Jack Dover[7]; 5. 75-Tommy Barber[3]; 6. 12-Tyler Drueke[5]; 7. 4-Jordan Boston[6]; 8. 7K-Dustin Selvage[2]; DNF 29X-Nate Eakin[9]

Ti22 Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[6]; 2. 23-Seth Bergman[2]; 3. 29-Brandon Hahn[1]; 4. 4W-Matt Wasmund[4]; 5. 2L-Logan Forler[5]; 6. 7-Kaley Gharst[3]; 7. 93L-Derrik Lusk[9]; 8. 2D-Dusty Ballenger[8]; 9. 7TAZ-Tasker Phillips[7]

Rod End Supply Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 05B-Bill Boles[2]; 2. 45X-Johnny Herrera[5]; 3. 13-Mark Dobmeier[8]; 4. 09-Matt Juhl[6]; 5. 35-Skyler Prochaska[4]; 6. 13MJ-Brandon Halverson[3]; 7. 64-Bruce Anderson[7]; 8. 6-Terry McCarl[1]

BMRS Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 93-Dustin Morgan[1]; 2. 1B-Robby Wolfgang[3]; 3. 17W-Cole Wood[2]; 4. 5H-Justyn Cox[4]; 5. 1M-Danny Lasoski[7]; 6. 21V-Justin Henderson[6]; 7. 75C-Casey Heser[5]; 8. 32-Jason Eckard[8]

The Joie of Seating B Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 1M-Danny Lasoski[2]; 2. 12-Tyler Drueke[6]; 3. 17W-Cole Wood[1]; 4. 5H-Justyn Cox[3]; 5. 75C-Casey Heser[9]; 6. 93L-Derrik Lusk[5]; 7. 35-Skyler Prochaska[4]; 8. 13MJ-Brandon Halverson[7]; 9. 4-Jordan Boston[8]; DNF 32-Jason Eckard[10]; DNF 7K-Dustin Selvage[11]

DMI B Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 2L-Logan Forler[3]; 2. 2D-Dusty Ballenger[9]; 3. 29-Brandon Hahn[1]; 4. 21V-Justin Henderson[5]; 5. 4W-Matt Wasmund[2]; 6. 29X-Nate Eakin[8]; 7. 7-Kaley Gharst[6]; 8. 7TAZ-Tasker Phillips[10]; 9. 64-Bruce Anderson[7]; DNF 75-Tommy Barber[4]; DNS 6-Terry McCarl

Protect the Harvest A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 21-Brian Brown[1]; 2. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[2]; 3. 05-Brad Loyet[4]; 4. 2L-Logan Forler[18]; 5. 1M-Danny Lasoski[17]; 6. 53-Jack Dover[13]; 7. 45X-Johnny Herrera[8]; 8. 41-Jason Johnson[6]; 9. 17W-Cole Wood[21]; 10. 93-Dustin Morgan[11]; 11. 91-Dusty Zomer[10]; 12. 35-Skyler Prochaska[23]; 13. 05B-Bill Boles[9]; 14. 2D-Dusty Ballenger[20]; 15. 23-Seth Bergman[14]; 16. 09-Matt Juhl[16]; DNF 11X-Gregg Bakker[5]; DNF 13MJ-Brandon Halverson[24]; DNF 94-Jeff Swindell[3]; DNF 13-Mark Dobmeier[7]; DNF 82-Scott Winters[15]; DNF 1B-Robby Wolfgang[12]; DNF 12-Tyler Drueke[19]; DNF 29-Brandon Hahn[22]

Valentine Dash (8 Laps): 1. 75C-Casey Heser[3]; 2. 7TAZ-Tasker Phillips[8]; 3. 5H-Justyn Cox[1]; 4. 4W-Matt Wasmund[4]; 5. 4-Jordan Boston[7]; 6. 29X-Nate Eakin[6]; DNF 21V-Justin Henderson[2]; DNF 93L-Derrik Lusk[5]

Lap Leader(s): Brian Brown (1-30) PitstopUSA.com Hard Charger: Logan Forler +14 FSR High Points of the Night: Tony Bruce, Jr. Hawk Performance Products Fastest Lap of the Night: Jack Dover - 18.908 seconds Provisionals: Skyler Prochaska (Promoter), Brandon Halverson (Promoter)

2013 “A” Feature Winners: Jason Johnson-7, Jeff Swindell-5, Johnny Herrera-3, Roger Crockett-3, Brian Brown-3, Logan Forler-2, Brad Loyet-2, Danny Lasoski-2, Kyle Bellm, Jack Dover, Seth Bergman, Jonathan Cornell, Tony Bruce, Jr., Travis Rilat, Justin Henderson, Shane Stewart, Tim Crawley

Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10): 1. Jason Johnson 4,307; 2. Johnny Herrera 4,270; 3. Jeff Swindell 4,133; 4. Brad Loyet 4,088; 5. Tony Bruce, Jr. 3,972; 6. Logan Forler 3,950; 7. Seth Bergman 3,777; 8. Dustin Morgan 3,619; 9. Cole Wood 3,457; 10. Brandon Hahn 2,725;

The 2013 season marks the twenty-second year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation and into Canada. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of nine different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, Roush Yates Racing Engines, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, SBI Fuel Bladders, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Xtreme Accu-Tach, Simpson, LeJoie Seating, Ti 22 Performance, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley’s Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Swindell tops Jackson Nationals opener

Bryan Hulbert - JACKSON, Minn. (August 30, 2013) The 35th annual Jackson Nationals kicked off with Jeff Swindell earning his fifth Protect the Harvest A-Feature win of 2013, leading the distance in the night’s 25 lap feature event.

The whole night was perfect,” said Jeff Swindell of his victory. “We were fast in Hot Laps, we made the fastest lap in our Heat Race, but getting around Brian [Brown] on the start was the key to this. Just getting the lead, and getting out of that dirty air. Just getting into that lapped traffic, it got real hairy and made me move around the racetrack a lot but the yellows just fell perfect. I was just our night”

Jumping to the point on the start, Swindell kept pace ahead of Gregg Bakker who jumped into second. Slowing on Lap 4 for a caution involving the stalled No. 13 of Mark Dobmeier, racing resumed until Lap 6 when Matt Juhl came to a stop in turn four.

Opening his advantage, the tail of the field was in sight as the caution again flew on Lap 12 for Seth Bergman who shredded a Left Rear tire; sending the No. 23 spinning wildly off the top of turn one, stopped only by the guardrail that separates the facility from the corn that lines the property roughly 200 feet from the racing surface. Seth was okay.

The restart saw Brian Brown work past Gregg Bakker for the runner up spot, only to see the caution wave for Brooke Tatnell before a lap could be completed.

Sending Brown back to third, the podium remained unchanged to the end with Bakker snagging his first podium finish against the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real.

“We had a good spot there, but we almost gave it away on that last restart,” commented Bakker. “Brown is awesome on restarts. I’ve watched him many times at Knoxville pass a lot of cars. He didn’t think it was a clean move I made, but we didn’t touch and we’ll just go on into tomorrow and see what happens.”

Brian Brown completed the podium, locking into Saturday’s feature event. “As a driver, it’s my job to win the starts, and I didn’t do a good job tonight. I kind of let Jeff dictate the starts, and that was the end of that but anytime you run third against the quality of cars we had, there’s nothing to hang your head about.”

Jason Johnson came up to fourth from seventh to gain the final lock in spot for Saturday’s feature event with Tony Bruce, Jr. fighting back to fifth after falling back to tenth in the early running. Jack Dover charged from seventeenth to sixth with Tyler Drueke seventh. Brad Loyet crossed eighth with Danny Lasoski clawing from twenty-first to ninth. Derrik Lusk completed the top ten.

Heat Races numbered five with Tony Bruce, Jr., Tyler Drueke, Brooke Tatnell, Gregg Bakker, and Jeff Swindell earning wins. B-Feature wins went to Jack Dover and Seth Bergman.

The night also featured the Woodke Cup Challenge to honor the Woodke family who helped the Jackson Nationals become a reality. Drivers from Lucas Oil ASCS National, ASCS Midwest, Jackson Speedway, and Knoxville lined up based on a revenge draw with Brandon Halverson grabbing his first Sprint Car win.

The 35th annual Jackson Nationals concludes Saturday, August 31 with Hot Laps getting underway at 6:45 P.M. For more information, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com

Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real Speedway Motors Midwest Region - Jackson Sprint Touring Series Jackson Speedway - Jackson, Minn. - 35th annual Jackson Nationals Friday, August 30, 2013

Car Count: 39

Wesmar Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[6]; 2. 5H-Justyn Cox[1]; 3. 09-Matt Juhl[2]; 4. 23-Seth Bergman[5]; 5. 1B-Robby Wolfgang[3]; 6. 75C-Casey Heser[8]; 7. 64-Bruce Anderson[4]; 8. 2D-Dusty Ballenger[7]

Ti 22 Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 12-Tyler Drueke[1]; 2. 17W-Cole Wood[3]; 3. 21-Brian Brown[8]; 4. 1M-Danny Lasoski[5]; 5. 13MJ-Brandon Halverson[2]; 6. 93-Dustin Morgan[7]; 7. 29X-Nate Eakin[4]; DNF 53F-Joe Beaver[6]

Rod End Supply Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 25-Brooke Tatnell[2]; 2. 6-Terry McCarl[3]; 3. 05-Brad Loyet[6]; 4. 7-Kaley Gharst[4]; 5. 7K-Dustin Selvage[8]; 6. 45X-Johnny Herrera[5]; 7. 2L-Logan Forler[7]; 8. 612-Isaac Schreurs[1]

BMRS Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 11X-Gregg Bakker[1]; 2. 41-Jason Johnson[4]; 3. 21V-Justin Henderson[2]; 4. 53-Jack Dover[3]; 5. 82-Scott Winters[6]; 6. 91-Dusty Zomer[7]; 7. 4-Jordan Boston[5]; 8. 05B-Bill Boles[8]

Saldana Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 94-Jeff Swindell[4]; 2. 93L-Derrik Lusk[2]; 3. 35-Skyler Prochaska[5]; 4. 13-Mark Dobmeier[7]; 5. 75-Tommy Barber[6]; 6. 32-Jason Eckard[3]; DNF 29-Brandon Hahn[1]

Joie of Seating B Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 53-Jack Dover[3]; 2. 21V-Justin Henderson[1]; 3. 1M-Danny Lasoski[2]; 4. 75-Tommy Barber[4]; 5. 93-Dustin Morgan[5]; 6. 1B-Robby Wolfgang[6]; 7. 45X-Johnny Herrera[7]; 8. 2L-Logan Forler[8]; 9. 05B-Bill Boles[10]; 10. 64-Bruce Anderson[9]; 11. 612-Isaac Schreurs[12]; DNS 29-Brandon Hahn

DMI B Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[1]; 2. 82-Scott Winters[3]; 3. 7-Kaley Gharst[2]; 4. 13MJ-Brandon Halverson[6]; 5. 4-Jordan Boston[8]; 6. 29X-Nate Eakin[9]; 7. 2D-Dusty Ballenger[10]; 8. 32-Jason Eckard[7]; DNF 75C-Casey Heser[4]; DNF 91-Dusty Zomer[5]; DNS 53F-Joe Beaver

Protect the Harvest A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 94-Jeff Swindell[2]; 2. 11X-Gregg Bakker[3]; 3. 21-Brian Brown[1]; 4. 41-Jason Johnson[7]; 5. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[5]; 6. 53-Jack Dover[17]; 7. 12-Tyler Drueke[6]; 8. 05-Brad Loyet[8]; 9. 1M-Danny Lasoski[21]; 10. 93L-Derrik Lusk[13]; 11. 2L-Logan Forler[24]; 12. 45X-Johnny Herrera[23]; 13. 35-Skyler Prochaska[11]; 14. 21V-Justin Henderson[19]; 15. 5H-Justyn Cox[14]; 16. 7K-Dustin Selvage[15]; 17. 7-Kaley Gharst[22]; 18. 17W-Cole Wood[9]; DNF 25-Brooke Tatnell[4]; DNF 6-Terry McCarl[10]; DNF 82-Scott Winters[20]; DNF 23-Seth Bergman[18]; DNF 09-Matt Juhl[16]; DNF 13-Mark Dobmeier[12]

Woodke Cup Challenge (14 Laps): 1. 13MJ-Brandon Halverson[1]; 2. 93L-Derrik Lusk[2]; 3. 41-Jason Johnson[8]; 4. 35-Skyler Prochaska[3]; 5. 7K-Dustin Selvage[6]; 6. 17W-Cole Wood[5]; 7. 4-Jordan Boston[4]; 8. 94-Jeff Swindell[7] - Lap Leader(s): Halverson (1-14)

Lap Leader(s): Jeff Swindell (1-25) PitstopUSA.com Hard Charger: Jack Dover +13 FSR High Points of the Night: Tony Bruce, Jr. Hawk Performance Products Fastest Lap of the Night: Jeff Swindell - 17.678 Provisionals: Johnny Herrera (BP1), Logan Forler (BP2)

2013 “A” Feature Winners: Jason Johnson-7, Jeff Swindell-5, Johnny Herrera-3, Roger Crockett-3, Logan Forler-2, Brian Brown-2, Brad Loyet-2, Danny Lasoski-2, Kyle Bellm, Jack Dover, Seth Bergman, Jonathan Cornell, Tony Bruce, Jr., Travis Rilat, Justin Henderson, Shane Stewart, Tim Crawley

Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10): 1. Jason Johnson 4,191; 2. Johnny Herrera 4,151; 3. Jeff Swindell 4,037; 4. Brad Loyet 3,953; 5. Tony Bruce, Jr. 3,830; 6. Logan Forler 3,820; 7. Seth Bergman 3,675; 8. Dustin Morgan 3,509; 9. Cole Wood 3,344; 10. Brandon Hahn 2,637;

The 2013 season marks the twenty-second year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation and into Canada. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of nine different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, Roush Yates Racing Engines, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, SBI Fuel Bladders, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Xtreme Accu-Tach, Simpson, LeJoie Seating, Ti 22 Performance, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley’s Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Ramaker grabs opening night of Montana double

Bryan Hulbert - GREAT FALLS, Mont. (August 30, 2013) Joe Ramaker made the best of drawing the highest pill in the redraw Friday night at the Electric City Speedway in Great Falls, Mont., charging from eighth to win the opening night of the Frontier Region double header.

Trever Kirkland followed from seventh to grab second with Steven Tiner third after surrendering the lead with failing brakes on Lap 10. Paxton Lambrecht and Kelly Miller made the top five with Phil Dietz, Josh Ostermiller, Bill Boyce, Vernon Hill and Jeremy McCune completing the top ten

The ASCS Frontier Region returns to competition on Saturday, August 31 at the Electric City Speedway.

ASCS Frontier Region Electric City Speedway - Great Falls, Mont. Friday, August 30, 2013

Car Count: 26

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 37-Trever Kirkland; 2. 44-Kelly Miller; 3. 1X-Vernon Hill; 4. 9X-Sean MacDonell; 5. 21-Calvin Fitch; 6. 77-Mark Sweet; 7. 11-Cliff Nelson

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 23N-Steven Tiner; 2. 16-David Miller; 3. 72-Phil Dietz; 4. 8-Shane Ainscough; 5. 9D-Matt Glouseau; 6. 22-Chris Roberts; DNF 27DD-David Hoiness

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 3-Dennis MacEachern; 2. 1-Bill Boyce; 3. 12-Paxton Lambrecht; 4. 12X-Josh Ostermiller; 5. 38-Bryan Brown; 6. 35-Cody Masse

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 98-Joe Ramaker; 2. 52-Christian Michel; 3. 0J-Jeremy McCune; 4. 12A-Casey Adams; 5. 2X-Rick Tessemaker; 6. 8X-Damon McCune

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 2X-Rick Tessemaker; 2. 38-Bryan Brown; 3. 21-Calvin Fitch; 4. 35-Cody Masse; 5. 8X-Damon McCune; 6. 9D-Matt Glouseau; 7. 22-Chris Roberts; 8. 11-Cliff Nelson; 9. 77-Mark Sweet; DNF 27DD-David Hoiness

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 98-Joe Ramaker; 2. 37-Trever Kirkland; 3. 23N-Steven Tiner; 4. 12-Paxton Lambrecht; 5. 44-Kelly Miller; 6. 72-Phil Dietz; 7. 12X-Josh Ostermiller; 8. 1-Bill Boyce; 9. 1X-Vernon Hill; 10. 0J-Jeremy McCune; 11. 16-David Miller; 12. 9X-Sean MacDonell; 13. 12A-Casey Adams; 14. 38-Bryan Brown; 15. 8-Shane Ainscough; 16. 35-Cody Masse; 17. 3-Dennis MacEachern; 18. 2X-Rick Tessemaker; DNF 21-Calvin Fitch; DNF 52-Christian Michel

Lap Leader(s): Steven Tiner (1-10), Joe Ramaker (11-25)

 

 

Lone Star Region in Abilene and Lubbock

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (August 27, 2013) The Smiley’s Racing Products Lone Star Region heads for a Texas sized double header this weekend with the Abilene Speedway set for Saturday, August 31 and Lubbock Speedway on Sunday, September 1.

The start of the final leg of the 2013 season, the final six dates find the Lone Star Region of the ASCS Nation in Abilene, Lubbock, Kennedale, Ft. Worth, and Mesquite with the final three stops paired with the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real.

Matt Covington holds the points lead by 108 headed into the Labor Day Weekend double header over Patrick Stasa. Kolt Walker, Blake Hahn, and John James make up the top five in regional standings.

The quarter-mile Abilene Speedway will see competition getting underway at 8:00 P.M with gates opening at 5:00 P.M. For more information on the Saturday date, log onto http://www.abilenespeedway.com.

Sunday’s Lubbock stop will feature Sport Mods and Stock Cars in addition to the Lone Star Regional stars. Admission is $15 adults with kids 5 years and younger admitted into the grandstands for free. More information can be found at http://lubbockspeedway.squarespace.com.

Official news and results from the Frontier Region can be found at http://www.ascsracing.com.

 

 

ASCS Warriors headline Randolph County

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (August 27, 2013) The Speedway Motors Warrior Region is down to the final six events of the 2013 season, with two of those coming this Saturday, August 31 and Sunday, September 1 at the Randolph County Raceway in Moberly, Mo.

Offering a $2,000 winner’s purse on Saturday night, the bounty jumps to $4,000 for Sunday’s finale. The region’s second visit of 2013 to the high-banked, half-mile clay oval, Jonathan Cornell picked up the win in the series inaugural visit on July 6.

Cornell continues to lead the Speedway Motors Warrior Region driver standings by a staggering 287 markers. Jay Russell holds second with Cody Baker still third. Casey Baker moved back to fourth following events the U.S. 36 Raceway on Friday, August 23 with J.R. Topper now fifth.

Tyler Blank, Miranda Arnold, Mitchell Moore, Kyle Bellm, and Wyatt Burks make up the top ten in Warrior Regional standings.

Support classes for Saturday, August 31 are USRA B-Mods and Street Stocks. Sunday, September 1 will feature USRA Modifieds and ULMA Late Models. Tickets each night are $15 for adults with kids 5 years and younger admitted free into the Grandstands.

Gates open at 5:00 P.M. with racing getting underway at 7:00 P.M. For more information, log onto http://www.randolphcountyraceway.com.

Official news, points, and updates regarding the Speedway Motors Warrior Region will be posted to http://www.ascsracing.com.

 

 

Frontier Region back at Electric City

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (August 27, 2013) The ASCS Frontier Region heads for a two day showing at the Electric City Speedway in Great Falls, Mont. this Friday, August 30 and Saturday, August 31.

Two, of the last five events of 2013, the Labor Day Weekend showing at the Electric City Speedway is the final one of the season with Gallatin Speedway and Billings Motorsports Park taking the final events.

Looking at shows at the Electric City Speedway in 2013 for the Frontier Region, Phil Dietz and Joe Ramaker have been the drivers to beat so far, with each taking a pair of wins. The only different winner in the five previous shows was Tony Bruce, Jr. who was chased across the line by Joe Ramaker from eighteenth.

With only a handful of events to go, Joe Ramaker continues to chip away at the advantage held by Phil Dietz, pulling to 96 points behind. Trever Kirkland rides third in driver standing with David Hoiness and Jeremy McCune completing the top five.

To date, 60 drivers have competed with the Frontier Region in 2013. Seven drivers have victories. Joe Ramaker holds the lot at five with Phil Dietz being the only other repeat winner with three. David Hoiness, Randi Miller, Jerry Brey, Tony Bruce, Jr., and Jason Johnson each have a single victory this season.

Events at the Electric City Speedway for Friday, August 30 and Saturday August 31 are slated to begin at 7:30 P.M. For more information on the Electric City Speedway, lot onto http://www.electriccityspeedway.com.

Official news and results from the Frontier Region can be found at http://www.ascsracing.com.

 

 

Jackson Nationals next for Lucas Oil ASCS

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (August 27, 2013) A part of the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real in 2011, the Jackson Nationals returns to the lineup for the 2013 edition.

The thirty-fifth time the Jackson Speedway in Jackson, Minn. has hosted the Jackson Nationals, a variation of Sprint Cars has raced the Minnesota jewel.

Wing, Non-Wing, 317cid, 360cid, 410cid, and even “unlimited” Sprint Cars have been a part of the history that is the Jackson Nationals.

Even though it’s the thirty-fifth running, 38 Jackson National titles have been claimed with duel features run for both 410cid and 360cid Sprint Cars between 2003 and 2005.

Overall, 27 drivers have earned a Jackson Nationals title in 38 feature events. Doug Wolfgang holds the lions share at four wins (1985, 1987, 1993, 1996), followed by Jake Peters (1998, 2008, 2009) and Tim Monson (1990, 1992, 2001) tied at three. A pair of wins belongs to Jack McCorkell (1980, 1981), Lou Kennedy, Jr. (1995, 1997), Terry McCarl (2003, 2004), and Gregg Bakker (2006, 2007). McCarl’s wins are split between 360cid and 410cid competition.

Entering the double-header weekend, Jason Johnson has opened his advantage over Johnny Herrera to 16 markers. The 2011 champion of the Jackson Nationals, Johnson’s season to date has produced seven victories, twenty top fives’, and twenty-six top tens’ in National competition.

Herrera stands with a trio of victories, eighteen top five, and twenty-six top ten runs and sits 158 points ahead of Jeff Swindell. Brad Loyet looked to be on track for his third victory of 2013 at the Lexington 104 Speedway on Saturday, August 24 until his right-rear tire shredded with four laps to run. Rebounding to post his twenty-fifth top ten of 2013, the Missouri driver has closed to 50 points behind Swindell.

Logan Forler retook fifth in driver standings from Tony Bruce, Jr. by a slim seven point margin. Bruce holds sixth with Seth Bergman, Dustin Morgan, Cole Wood, and Brandon Hahn completing the top ten in driver standings.

The Jackson Nationals will be paired with the Speedway Motors Midwest Region. Jordan Boston currently holds a 13 point advantage over reigning champion Jack Dover. Derrik Lusk is currently third with Billy Alley and Cody Ledger making up the top five in regional standings. Only 65 points separate the five drivers entering the Jackson Nationals. So far, Jack Dover is the only driver in the top five with victories, with two credited to the Nebraska driver.

The Jackson Nationals will be aired live on Racinboys.com PPV for the first time. To purchase, log onto http://www.racinboys.com. The normal audio broadcast will not be included. Purchase of both nights is only $28.

Past Jackson Nationals Winners:

1984 - Bobby Davis, Jr. (Outlaw 410 Sprints) 1985 - Doug Wolfgang (Outlaw 410 Sprints) 1986 - Bobby Allen (Outlaw 410 Sprints) 1987 - Doug Wolfgang (Outlaw 410 Sprints) 1988 - Steve Kinser (World of Outlaws Sprints) 1989 - Rick Hood (Outlaw 410 Sprints) 1989 - Brett Geldner (360 Sprints) 1990 - Tim Monson (360 Sprints) 1991 - Gary DeWall (360 Sprints) 1992 - Tim Monson (360 Sprints) 1993 - Doug Wolfgang (360 Sprints) 1994 - Brian Schnee (360 Sprints) 1995 - Lou Kennedy, Jr. (360 Sprints) 1996 - Doug Wolfgang (360 Sprints) 1997 - Lou Kennedy, Jr. (360 Sprints) 1998 - Jake Peters (360 Sprints) 1999 - Rob Tvedte (360 Sprints) 2000 - Randy Nygaard (360 Sprints) 2001 - Tim Monson (360 Sprints) 2002 - Jake Peters (360 Sprints) 2003 - Travis Whitney (360 Sprints) 2003 - Terry McCarl (410 Sprints) 2004 - Matt Folstad (360 Sprints) 2004 - Terry McCarl (410 Sprints) 2005 - Scott Winters (360 Sprints) 2005 - Wayne Johnson (410 Sprints) 2006 - Gregg Bakker (360 Sprints) 2007 - Gregg Bakker (ASCS 360 Sprints) 2008 - Billy Alley (JSTS 360 Sprints) 2009 - Jake Peters (JSTS 360 Sprints) 2010 – Lee Grosz (JSTS 360 Sprints) 2011 – Jason Johnson (ASCS National Sprints) 2012- Skylar Prochaska (JSTS 360 Sprints)

Quick Look:

Series: Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real Date(s): Friday, August 30 and Saturday, August 31, 2013 Times: Gates Open at 5:00 P.M. / Hot Laps 6:45 P.M.

Track Information: Jackson Speedway Address: Jackson County Fairgrounds 76748 550th Ave. Jackson, MN 56143 Phone #: 507-841-1957 Website: http://www.jacksonspeedway.com

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2013 “A” Feature Winners: Jason Johnson-7, Jeff Swindell-4, Johnny Herrera-3, Roger Crockett-3, Logan Forler-2, Brian Brown-2, Brad Loyet-2, Danny Lasoski-2, Kyle Bellm, Jack Dover, Seth Bergman, Jonathan Cornell, Tony Bruce, Jr., Travis Rilat, Justin Henderson, Shane Stewart, Tim Crawley

Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10): 1. Jason Johnson 4,061; 2. Johnny Herrera 4,045; 3. Jeff Swindell 3,887; 4. Brad Loyet 3,837; 5. Logan Forler 3,712; 6. Tony Bruce, Jr. 3,705; 7. Seth Bergman 3,587; 8. Dustin Morgan 3,444; 9 Cole Wood 3,250; 10 Brandon Hahn 2,572;

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Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV on the web:

All Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series national events are broadcast live on www.racinboys.com for anyone who is unable to attend the races live. Official results, points, and race notes are posted at www.ascsracing.com. The Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV can also be found on Facebook and Twitter @LucasOilASCS.

The 2013 season marks the twenty-second year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation and into Canada. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of eight different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, Geico, Hawk Racing Products, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, Roush Yates Racing Engines, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, SBI Fuel Bladders, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Xtreme Accu-Tach, Simpson, LeJoie Seating, Ti 22 Performance, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley’s Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

Hafertepe tops Regional rivalry at the Devil’s Bowl

Bryan Hulbert - MESQUITE, Texas (August 24, 2013) The 2013 match-up between the Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South and Smiley’s Racing Products Lone Star Regions headed to the Devil’s Bowl Speedway Saturday night with Sam Hafertepe, Jr. tipping the scales towards the Lone Star Region.

Matt Covington crossed second with Jake Martens, Ray Allen Kulhanek, and Aaron Reutzel completing the top five. Michael McNeil, Patrick Stasa, Josh Baughman, George White, ad Klint Angelette make up the top ten

Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region Vs. Smiley’s Racing Products Lone Star Region Devil’s Bowl Speedway - Mesquite, Texas Saturday, August 25, 2013

Car Count: 29

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 14-Michael Lang; 2. 3-Raven Culp; 3. 25M-Michael McNeil; 4. 87-Aaron Reutzel; 5. 74E-Claud Estes III; 6. 19-Klint Angelette; 7. 71-Channin Tankersley; 8. 1J-Danny Jennings

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 1A-Sam Hafertepe Jr; 2. 6-Ryan Beechler; 3. 12M-Kolt Walker; 4. 4J-John James; 5. 51-Beau Smith; 6. 15-Andrew VanBlarcum; 7. 2K-John Kelly

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington; 2. 4X-Shawn Petersen; 3. 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek; 4. 52-Wes Miller; 5. 69-Larry Howery; 6. 24-Brandie Jass; 7. 25-Morgan Montgomery

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 17-Blake Hahn; 2. 48-Jake Martens; 3. 19S-Patrick Stasa; 4. 10-George White; 5. 17J-Josh Baughman; 6. 92-Harry Yerrington; DNS 72-Chris Tarrant

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 74E-Claud Estes III; 2. 10-George White; 3. 71-Channin Tankersley; 4. 19-Klint Angelette; 5. 19S-Patrick Stasa; 6. 15-Andrew VanBlarcum; 7. 24-Brandie Jass; 8. 25-Morgan Montgomery; 9. 2K-John Kelly; DNS 92-Harry Yerrington; DNS 1J-Danny Jennings; DNS 72-Chris Tarrant

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 1A-Sam Hafertepe Jr; 2. 95-Matt Covington; 3. 48-Jake Martens; 4. 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek; 5. 87-Aaron Reutzel; 6. 25M-Michael McNeil; 7. 19S-Patrick Stasa; 8. 17J-Josh Baughman; 9. 10-George White; 10. 19-Klint Angelette; 11. 69-Larry Howery; 12. 12M-Kolt Walker; 13. 51-Beau Smith; 14. 4J-John James; 15. 4X-Shawn Petersen; 16. 24-Brandie Jass; DNF 74E-Claud Estes III; DNF 6-Ryan Beechler; DNF 71-Channin Tankersley; DNF 14-Michael Lang; DNF 3-Raven Culp; DNF 17-Blake Hahn; DNF 52-Wes Miller; DNF 15-Andrew VanBlarcum

 

 

Miller goes the distance at Billings

Bryan Hulbert - BILLINGS, Mont. (August 24, 2013) Randi Miller earned ASCS Frontier Region bragging rights Saturday night, taking the win at the Billings Motorsports Park.

Leading the full feature, Miller was chased by Phil Dietz, Trever Kirkland, Jerry Brey, and David Hoiness in the top five. The top ten included Paxton Lambrecht, Jeremy McCune, Bryan Brown, Roger Cummings, and Chip Roe.

ASCS Frontier Region Billings Motorsports Park - Billings, Mont. Saturday, August 24, 2013

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 98-Joe Ramaker; 2. 27DD-David Hoiness; 3. 72-Phil Dietz; 4. 0J-Jeremy McCune; 5. 35-Charles (Chip) Roe; 6. 77-Mark Sweet

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 90-Randi Miller; 2. 37-Trever Kirkland; 3. 17-Jerry Brey; 4. 12-Paxton Lambrecht; 5. 38-Bryan Brown; 6. 8X-Roger Cummings

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 90-Randi Miller; 2. 72-Phil Dietz; 3. 37-Trever Kirkland; 4. 17-Jerry Brey; 5. 27DD-David Hoiness; 6. 12-Paxton Lambrecht; 7. 0J-Jeremy McCune; 8. 38-Bryan Brown; 9. 8X-Roger Cummings; 10. 35-Charles (Chip) Roe; 11. 77-Mark Sweet; DNF 98-Joe Ramaker

 

 

Jason Johnson takes seventh Lucas Oil ASCS win of 2013

Bryan Hulbert - LEXINGTON, Tenn. (August 24, 2013) All signs were that Brad Loyet was going to win at the Lexington 104 Speedway Saturday night with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real. That was, until Lap 26 when the right rear of Loyet’s No. 05 shredded exiting turn four following a restart on Lap 25.

Standing in victory lane with his seventh Protect the Harvest A-Feature win of 2013, Johnson was very complimentative of the track conditions, “Hats off to the track crew, they really worked their tails off all day long. I got here about lunch time, and these guys haven’t stopped.”

“I think Brad probably had us covered to be quite honest,” commented Jason of trailing the No. 05 for the first twenty-six laps. “He was setting a pretty fast pace out there but I could see his right-rear going down to be honest, and he kept getting balled up and going higher, and higher, over the curb and under that yellow I could see it was definitely going flat so I wanted to make sure I was in the opposite lane he was in.”

Johnny Herrera crossed second after having run third for the first seventeen laps until Jeff Swindell waned with the ignition system going south on the H&H No. 94. “We’ll take it; we just need to keep working hard. Running second to Jason, you know, we’re in a tight points battle so we can’t be finishing second but as long as we stay real close, within one or two positions, we’re going to have some go our way, and his way, but we’ll see what happens.”

After missing the draw for his Heat Race, Tim Crawley at first had elected to not run but ultimately competed and made the best of the situation, coming from tenth to complete the podium. “We don’t get to run with the national series much this year. I wish we could. I wish we had the funding to get out and do it full time again. You know to run in the top three, and top five with the National Tour is definitely tough. Yea, I had some misfortune but we still had a great car.”

Logan Forler came from eighth to fourth with Dustin Morgan following from ninth to complete the top five.

Having to swap engines after Hot Laps, Tony Bruce, Jr. made the redraw and came home sixth with Seth Bergman seventh. After suffering the flat tire while leading, Brad Loyet fought back to finish eighth with Jeff Swindell able to salvage a ninth despite a failing ignition system. Justin Webb advanced four spots to round out the top ten.

Logan Forler and Tony Bruce, Jr. earned Heat Race wins. A very rare time trial was held at the Lexington 104 Speedway. The results of which had no effect on the format as it was simply to establish a track record. Jeff Swindell’s 11.871 second lap around the three-eighths mile oval was enough to earn a $500 bonus offered by the track owner.

The Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real continues on Friday, August 30 and Saturday, August 31 with the 35th annual Jackson Nationals in Jackson, Minn. For more information, log onto http://www.ascracing.com.

Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real Lexington 104 Speedway - Lexington, Tenn. Saturday, August 24, 2013

Car Count: 18

Wesmar Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 2L-Logan Forler[2]; 2. 41-Jason Johnson[1]; 3. 23-Seth Bergman[4]; 4. 94-Jeff Swindell[6]; 5. 93-Dustin Morgan[8]; 6. 17W-Cole Wood[3]; 7. 15-Joey Moughan[7]; 8. 11-Jake Roach[9]; DNS 3H-Brandon Hanks

BMRS Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[2]; 2. 23B-Brian Bell[3]; 3. 05-Brad Loyet[4]; 4. 45X-Johnny Herrera[6]; 5. 88-Tim Crawley[9]; 6. 16-Anthony Nicholson[7]; 7. 31-Justin Webb[5]; 8. 2A-Randy Hibbs[8]; DNS 29-Brandon Hahn

Protect the Harvest A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 41-Jason Johnson[7]; 2. 45X-Johnny Herrera[2]; 3. 88-Tim Crawley[10]; 4. 2L-Logan Forler[8]; 5. 93-Dustin Morgan[9]; 6. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[6]; 7. 23-Seth Bergman[4]; 8. 05-Brad Loyet[1]; 9. 94-Jeff Swindell[3]; 10. 31-Justin Webb[14]; 11. 16-Anthony Nicholson[11]; 12. 2A-Randy Hibbs[15]; DNF 23B-Brian Bell[5]; DNF 11-Jake Roach[16]; DNF 15-Joey Moughan[13]; DNF 17W-Cole Wood[12]; DNS 3H-Brandon Hanks; DNS 29-Brandon Hahn

Lap Leaders: Brad Loyet (1-26), Jason Johnson (27-30) PitstopUSA.com Hard Charger: Tim Crawley+7 FSR High Points of the Night: Logan Forler Hawk Performance Products Fastest Lap of the Night: Jeff Swindell - 11.871 seconds Provisionals: N/A

2013 “A” Feature Winners: Jason Johnson-7, Jeff Swindell-4, Johnny Herrera-3, Roger Crockett-3, Logan Forler-2, Brian Brown-2, Brad Loyet-2, Danny Lasoski-2, Kyle Bellm, Jack Dover, Seth Bergman, Jonathan Cornell, Tony Bruce, Jr., Travis Rilat, Justin Henderson, Shane Stewart, Tim Crawley

Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10): 1. Jason Johnson 4,061; 2. Johnny Herrera 4,045; 3. Jeff Swindell 3,887; 4. Brad Loyet 3,837; 5. Logan Forler 3,712; 6. Tony Bruce, Jr. 3,705; 7. Seth Bergman 3,587; 8. Dustin Morgan 3,444; 9 Cole Wood 3,250; 10 Brandon Hahn 2,572;

The 2013 season marks the twenty-second year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation and into Canada. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of nine different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, Roush Yates Racing Engines, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, SBI Fuel Bladders, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Xtreme Accu-Tach, Simpson, LeJoie Seating, Ti 22 Performance, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley’s Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Blake Hahn tops ASCS Regional showdown in Waco

Bryan Hulbert - WACO, Texas (August 23, 2013) For the second time in 2013, Blake Hahn parked the MDS Boring and Drilling No. 17 in victory lane, taking the win at the Heat O’ Texas Speedway in the first leg of the weekend regional doubleheader with the Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South and Smiley’s Racing Products Lone Star Regions.

Starting fifth, Hahn worked to the race lead on the eighteenth round, dropping Channin Tankersley to the runner up spot where he would remain. Aaron Reutzel crossed third and in doing so, has taken over as the point’s leader for the Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region. Jake Martens, who led from Lap 3 to Lap 15 slipped to fourth with Kevin Ramey completing the top five.

Justin Melton, Travis Elliot, Sam Hafertepe, Jr., Michael Lang, and Michael McNeil completed the top ten.

The regional showdown heads to the Devil’s Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, Texas on Saturday, August 24.

Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region Vs. Smiley’s Racing Products Lone Star Region Heart O’ Texas Speedway - Waco, Texas Friday, August 23, 2013

Car Count: 36

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 15T-Travis Elliott; 2. 14-Michael Lang; 3. 17-Blake Hahn; 4. 3X-Scott Peterson; 5. 25M-Michael McNeil; 6. 69-Larry Howery; 7. 25-Morgan Montgomery; 8. 2K-John Kelly; DNF 15-Andrew VanBlarcum

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 87-Aaron Reutzel; 2. 12M-Kolt Walker; 3. 95-Matt Covington; 4. 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek; 5. 10-George White; 6. 52-Wes Miller; 7. 51-Beau Smith; 8. 4J-John James; 9. 2-Harry Yerrington

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 71-Channin Tankersley; 2. 19-Klint Angelette; 3. 11-Justin Melton; 4. 74E-Claud Estes III; 5. 79-Ryan Hall; 6. 19S-Patrick Stasa; DNF 4X-Shawn Petersen; DNF 92-Tony Russell; DNF 31-Brandon Berryman

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 48-Jake Martens; 2. 21-Michele Melton; 3. 24-Brandie Jass; 4. 58-Gary Floyd; 5. 1A-Sam Hafertepe Jr; 6. 7W-Dustin Welch; 7. 7M-Kevin Ramey; 8. 17X-Josh Baughman; 9. 12W-Dale Wester

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 21-Michele Melton; 2. 17X-Josh Baughman; 3. 19S-Patrick Stasa; 4. 69-Larry Howery; 5. 3X-Scott Peterson; 6. 4J-John James; 7. 24-Brandie Jass; 8. 15-Andrew VanBlarcum; DNF 2-Harry Yerrington; DNF 25-Morgan Montgomery; DNF 2K-John Kelly

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington; 2. 31-Brandon Berryman; 3. 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek; 4. 51-Beau Smith; 5. 52-Wes Miller; 6. 12W-Dale Wester; 7. 79-Ryan Hall; 8. 58-Gary Floyd; DNF 7W-Dustin Welch; DNF 92-Tony Russell; DNS 4X-Shawn Petersen

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 17-Blake Hahn; 2. 71-Channin Tankersley; 3. 87-Aaron Reutzel; 4. 48-Jake Martens; 5. 7M-Kevin Ramey; 6. 11-Justin Melton; 7. 15T-Travis Elliott; 8. 1A-Sam Hafertepe Jr; 9. 14-Michael Lang; 10. 25M-Michael McNeil; 11. 95-Matt Covington; 12. 19-Klint Angelette; 13. 12M-Kolt Walker; 14. 19S-Patrick Stasa; 15. 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek; 16. 10-George White; 17. 17X-Josh Baughman; 18. 21-Michele Melton; 19. 74E-Claud Estes III; 20. 31-Brandon Berryman

Lap Leader(s): Channin Tankersley (1-2, 16-17), Jake Martens (3-15), Blake Hahn (18-25)

 

 

Hoiness outruns the rain for Frontier Region victory

Bryan Hulbert - BELGRADE, Mont. (August 23, 2013) Gallatin Speedway played host to the ASCS Frontier Region Friday night with David Hoiness scoring his fist regional victory of the season as the rains rolled in.

Joe Ramaker grabbed second with Brent Kronfuss, Phil Dietz, and Trever Kirkland making up the top five. The Frontier Region continues the weekend on Saturday, August 24 at the Billings Motorsports Park.

ASCS Frontier Region Gallatin Speedway - Belgrade, Mont. Friday, August 23, 2013

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 12-Paxton Lambrecht; 2. 37-Trever Kirkland; 3. 0J-Jeremy McCune; 4. 27DD-David Hoiness; 5. 77-Mark Sweet; DNF 22-Chris Roberts

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 72-Phil Dietz; 2. 98-Joe Ramaker; 3. 9K-Brent Kronfuss; 4. 8X-Kenny Cummings; 5. 38-Bryan Brown

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 27DD-David Hoiness; 2. 98-Joe Ramaker; 3. 9K-Brent Kronfuss; 4. 72-Phil Dietz; 5. 37-Trever Kirkland; 6. 38-Bryan Brown; 7. 8X-Kenny Cummings; 8. 12-Paxton Lambrecht; 9. 0J-Jeremy McCune; DNF 22-Chris Roberts; DNF 77-Mark Sweet

Lap Leader(s): David Hoiness (1-20)

 

Warrior Region glory goes to Jack Dover

Bryan Hulbert - CAMERON, Mo. (August 23, 2013) The Speedway Motors Warrior Region took to the highbanks of the U.S. 36 Raceway Friday night with Jack Dover leading the distance in the night’s 25 lap feature event.

Drawing the front row, Dover went uncontested to the checkered flag to bring his winner’s share to $2,500, having already taking $200 for his Heat Race win, plus an additional $500 from Klein Motor and RV’s. Justyn Cox crossed second with Jonathan Cornell completing the podium. Miranda Arnold and Wyatt Burks made up the top five.

Cody Baker, Tyler Blank, Dustin Selvage, J.R. Topper, and Corey Nelson made up the top ten.

Speedway Motors Warrior Region U.S. 36 Raceway - Cameron, Mo. Friday, August 23, 2013

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 53-Jack Dover; 2. 5H-Justyn Cox; 3. 81A-Chris Morgan; 4. 7K-Dustin Selvage; 5. 9-Casey Baker; 6. 34-Corey Nelson; 7. 14T-Andrew Turley; DNF 24-Ricky Lee Stangl II; DNS 76-Jay Russell

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 28-Jonathan Cornell; 2. 5M-Miranda Arnold; 3. 38-Cody Baker; 4. 1P-Curtis Evans; 5. 11W-Wyatt Burks; 6. 92J-J.R. Topper; 7. 9M-Tyler Blank; DNF 21D-Larry Clawson

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 53-Jack Dover; 2. 5H-Justyn Cox; 3. 28-Jonathan Cornell; 4. 5M-Miranda Arnold; 5. 11W-Wyatt Burks; 6. 38-Cody Baker; 7. 9M-Tyler Blank; 8. 7K-Dustin Selvage; 9. 92J-J.R. Topper; 10. 34-Corey Nelson; 11. 81A-Chris Morgan; 12. 1P-Curtis Evans; 13. 9-Casey Baker; 14. 14T-Andrew Turley; 15. 21D-Larry Clawson; 16. 24-Ricky Lee Stangl II; 17. 76-Jay Russell

Lap Leader(s): Jack Dover (1-25)

 

 

Tim Crawley romps Lucas Oil ASCS at I-30 Speedway

Bryan Hulbert - LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (August 22, 2013) For the seventeenth time in 2013, the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real found a different winner with Tim Crawley working from fourth to pick up his forty-fourth career victory with the national arm of the ASCS Nation.

Asked how sweet it was to get back in victory lane against the Lucas Oil ASCS, Crawley replied, “I wish we could pick up enough sponsorship to get back out here and run the whole deal cause it’s nice to be back in victory lane against the National Tour, especially here at home in Little Rock.”

The three time Lucas Oil ASCS national champion found the lead with a high side pass on Cody Gardner on Lap 3 to score his first victory since 2011 with the Lucas Oil ASCS.

Making his twenty-first Lucas Oil ASCS appearance, Cody Gardner held off the charging Jeff Swindell for his first podium finish against the National Tour. “I think we only finished like three of these deals out all twenty-one of them,” chuckled the Arkansas driver about his first podium finish against the Lucas Oil ASCS. “We’ll take this one. Tim got it won. We’re keeping the money right here in Little Rock tonight so I’m pumped about that.”

Finding slower traffic by Lap 8, the caution would be displayed on Lap 13 as Sam Hafertepe, Jr. and Derek Hagar spun after making contact while battling for third. The caution was called for, but neither driver stopped, allowed Hagar to be lined up eleventh and Hafertepe seventh for the restart.

Restarting third, Jeff Swindell ran the remaining distance on the back bumper of Cody Gardner before settling for the show position. His thirteenth podium finish of 2013, Swindell tried every line possible to get around the No. 1g. “I knew Cody was going to be stuck on the bottom and he wasn’t moving. He’s been running this place long enough; he wasn’t going to miss that corner. That was pretty much all we had. I got to the bottom there kind of early on, but wasn’t really making any ground. Tried the top and just couldn’t hold it so I started going everywhere I could.”

Derek Hagar rebounded to finish fourth followed by Sam Hafertepe, Jr. in fifth. Brad Loyet crossed sixth, tying his best finish at the I-30 Speedway with Tony Bruce, Jr. from tenth to finish seventh. Logan Forler charged from fourteenth to eighth with Jason Johnson ninth, putting eight makers between he and Johnny Herrera who crossed eleventh. Blake Hahn worked by the Print Place No. 45x in the closing laps to complete the top ten.

Heat Races numbered five with Jeff Swindell, Sam Hafertepe, Jr., Blake Hahn, Seth Bergman, and Jason Johnson earning wins. B-Features went to A.G. Rains and Anthony Nicholson.

The Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real competes again at the Lexington 104 Speedway in Lexington, Tenn on Saturday, August 24. For more information, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real I-30 Speedway - Little Rock, Ark. "Hammer Hill Showdown" Thursday, August 22, 2013

Car Count: 36

Wesmar Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 94-Jeff Swindell[3]; 2. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[4]; 3. 91-Justin Henderson[7]; 4. 4-Tommy Snellgrove[1]; 5. 14Z-Zach Pringle[6]; 6. 12-Dalton Davis[8]; 7. 5-Jerod Roller[2]; 8. 38-Rick Pringle[5]

Ti22 Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[4]; 2. 3H-Brandon Hanks[1]; 3. 05-Brad Loyet[7]; 4. 16-Anthony Nicholson[3]; 5. 17W-Cole Wood[2]; 6. 29-Brandon Hahn[5]; 7. 2J-Jacob Pringle[6]

Rod End Supply Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 17-Blake Hahn[1]; 2. 88-Tim Crawley[6]; 3. 2L-Logan Forler[5]; 4. 3-A.G. Rains[4]; 5. 93-Dustin Morgan[7]; 6. 1-Nic Jenkins[3]; 7. 31G-Johnny Gardner[2]

BMRS Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[3]; 2. 9JR-Derek Hagar[5]; 3. 1G-Cody Gardner[7]; 4. 4X-Shawn Petersen[2]; 5. 10-Terry Gray[6]; 6. 99-Blake Jenkins[4]; 7. 5K-Jerry Kamer[1]

Saldana Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 41-Jason Johnson[2]; 2. 45X-Johnny Herrera[4]; 3. 23B-Brian Bell[6]; 4. X-Charlie Louden[5]; 5. 10M-Morgan Turpen[7]; 6. 32X-Robert Richardson[3]; DNS 12T-Joe Young

DMI B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 3-A.G. Rains[1]; 2. 10-Terry Gray[3]; 3. 12-Dalton Davis[4]; 4. 10M-Morgan Turpen[5]; 5. 29-Brandon Hahn[6]; 6. 1-Nic Jenkins[7]; 7. 31G-Johnny Gardner[9]; 8. X-Charlie Louden[2]; DNF 2J-Jacob Pringle[8]; DNF 38-Rick Pringle[10]

Joie of Seating B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 16-Anthony Nicholson[1]; 2. 17W-Cole Wood[5]; 3. 14Z-Zach Pringle[2]; 4. 4-Tommy Snellgrove[4]; 5. 5-Jerod Roller[8]; 6. 32X-Robert Richardson[7]; DNF 4X-Shawn Petersen[3]; DNF 99-Blake Jenkins[6]; DNS 5K-Jerry Kamer

Protect the Harvest A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 88-Tim Crawley[4]; 2. 1G-Cody Gardner[1]; 3. 94-Jeff Swindell[6]; 4. 9JR-Derek Hagar[8]; 5. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[2]; 6. 05-Brad Loyet[3]; 7. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[10]; 8. 2L-Logan Forler[14]; 9. 41-Jason Johnson[9]; 10. 17-Blake Hahn[13]; 11. 45X-Johnny Herrera[11]; 12. 23-Seth Bergman[7]; 13. 10-Terry Gray[19]; 14. 23B-Brian Bell[12]; 15. 93-Dustin Morgan[16]; 16. 17W-Cole Wood[20]; 17. 16-Anthony Nicholson[18]; 18. 3H-Brandon Hanks[15]; DNF 12-Dalton Davis[21]; DNF 14Z-Zach Pringle[22]; DNF 3-A.G. Rains[17]; DNF 91-Justin Henderson[5]

Lap Leaders: Cody Gardner (1-2), Tim Crawley (3-30) PitstopUSA.com Hard Charger: FSR High Points of the Night: Sam Hafertepe, Jr. Hawk Performance Products Fastest Lap of the Night: Jason Johnson - 12.743 seconds Provisionals: N/A

2013 “A” Feature Winners: Jason Johnson-6, Jeff Swindell-4, Johnny Herrera-3, Roger Crockett-3, Logan Forler-2, Brian Brown-2, Brad Loyet-2, Danny Lasoski-2, Kyle Bellm, Jack Dover, Seth Bergman, Jonathan Cornell, Tony Bruce, Jr., Travis Rilat, Justin Henderson, Shane Stewart, Tim Crawley

Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10): 1. Jason Johnson 3,911; 2. Johnny Herrera 3,903; 3. Jeff Swindell 3,774; 4. Brad Loyet 3,721; 5. Tony Bruce, Jr. 3,583; 6. Logan Forler 3,582; 7. Seth Bergman 3,468; 8. Dustin Morgan 3,319; 9 Cole Wood 3,152; 10 Brandon Hahn 2,522

The 2013 season marks the twenty-second year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation and into Canada. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of nine different Regions throughout the nation.

Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix

Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, PitstopUSA.com, Engler Machine and Tool, Roush Yates Racing Engines, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Fuel Safe, Saldana Racing Products, SBI Fuel Bladders, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Xtreme Accu-Tach, Simpson, LeJoie Seating, Ti 22 Performance, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, DMI Rear Ends, Rod End Supply, Smiley’s Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.

 

 

Warrior Region returns to U.S. 36 Raceway

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (August 18, 2013) The Speedway Motors Warrior Region returns to the U.S. 36 Raceway on Friday, August 23 for the series fifth visit of 2013.

Four previous appearances to the high-banked oval has yielded just as many winners with Johnny Herrera (5/17/2013), Jake Martens (6/14/2013), Seth Bergman (6/28/2013), and Jonathan Cornell (7/12/2013) earning a Speedway Motors feature triumph.

With six regions victories to his credit in 2013, Jonathan Cornell carries a comfortable 202 advantage into Friday’s event over Jay Russell who picked up his first ASCS Regional victory on July 28, 2013 at the Double X Speedway in California, Mo.

Cody Baker rides third with J.R. Topper grabbing forth away from Casey Baker who continues to nurse a back injury while trying to compete as much as possible.

Friday at the U.S. 36 Raceway is slated to begin at 8:00 P.M. with races dedicated to Bob Bestgen. The Speedway Motors Warrior Region will be joined by Modifieds and Sport Mods. For more information on the U.S. 36 Raceway, log onto http://www.us36raceway.com.

For complete results, news, and points on the ASCS Nation, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

 

 

Frontier Region doubles up in Montana

Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (August 18, 2013) The ASCS Frontier Region returns to a familiar pairing of the Gallatin Speedway and the Billings Motorsports Park this weekend with the Frontier drivers in Belgrade, Mont. on Friday, August 23 and Billings, Mont. on Saturday, August 24.

Stops twelve and thirteen of the series inaugural season under the ASCS banner, Phil Dietz leads the way into the weekend double-header with a 72 point advantage over Joe Ramaker.

Combined for eight wins on the season, Dietz with three and Ramaker with five, Ramaker has earned two of his wins so far at the Gallatin Speedway and one at Billings.

Dietz holds a single win on the season at the Gallatin Speedway with his best finish at Billings coming on June 22 with an eight place showing.

Trevor Kirkland holds third in driver standings with David Hoiness and Jeremy McCune making up the top five.

Friday, August 23 at the Gallatin Speedway gets underway at 7:00 P.M. More information can be found at http://www.gallatinspeedway.com.

Saturday, August 2 at the Billings Motorsports Park begins at 7:00 P.M. with Modifieds and Super Stocks filling the card. More information on the Billings oval can be found at http://www.billingsmotorsportspark.com.

For official points, news, and information on the ASCS Nation, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

 

 

 

 


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