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  2. Still looking for a fiberglass roof. There has go to be one out there somewhere.
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  4. Super stocks @ HMP

    I got the call from Donnie. I didn't realize all this was going on. I was one of the guys who invested in a new car with a crate motor. I pleased that we are reverting back to some simple rules. I plan to attend the July race. #49 super stock. Brian Schneider
  5. General Rules Question

    Racer26, the rule is NOT ambiguous. It states nothing about a DRIVER, it states a **CAR** cannot register or compete in more than one class. The current rule does not allow for an alternate driver to register the car in another class. Again, the wording is quite clear. If I37 is goIng to allow a single car in multiple classes, then they should rewrite the rule, or obolish it. I am well aware than Cody Leonard has ran several classes in one night...in different cars. There currently is no provision for one car in multiple classes...even with different drivers. The irony of the statement about “crying and doing homework”...there are a few sub-18 second lap Street Stocks. Earlier in the year, those lap times would have been very competitive in Limited Late Model. (LLM’s have gotten faster since then). anyway, one SS driver I talked to really wanted to run against the LLM cars...but the “one car, one class” rule was clear, so he never asked. I guess ignorance is bliss! So, I couldn’t care less if a Pure Stock runs with a SS. I guess my question is can SS run with LLM’s if he wants? i always assumed the rules was to prevent DELAYS!! The track having to wait for driver changes, topping off fuel cells, possible tire changes, etc. But, if that is all out the window now, I think I37 should let everyone know. Thanks
  6. Heavy rain from a tropical system that moved over the Texas coast this week has forced the cancellation of the South Texas Showdown for June 23rd. South Texas Speedway returns to action with Mattress Firm Night in July 7th http://www.southtxspeedway.com/news/?i=61723
  7. Complete Sportmod $3000

    $3000
  8. General Rules Question

    Let's keep this civil. He asked a question about the rule that is clearly in the rule book. I opened it up for the track to respond. Not bashing or this thread will be gone.
  9. Prep

    How much rain are you getting at the track?
  10. General Rules Question

    Maybe instead of crying about the purestock out running you in street stock you should do your homework so your not so slow. Don't know how, give me a call I'm sure you have my number. As Nathan pointed out two different drivers even though its the same car. Car count has been low for the street stocks this season and we would like to get a car to help out. If pures are off in the future we will run the car again.
  11. well

    Well we wanted rain ....lets get out the pontoons sail boats ski doo jet skis anything that floats .I have over the last few years built my own floatation device around my belt area worked hard for that safety device I tell you .. I am sure the track will not have too water this weekend .. we may need a life guard perched up on the flag stand ...lets race .
  12. General Rules Question

    The 9c is ran by 2 different people. Same family but 2 different people. It is a legal pure stock. It is registered under cody for street stock and Catalina in pure stocks. 1 person cannot register the same car in 2 classes.
  13. General Rules Question

    As posted on I-37 speedway website under the "General Rules" heading...I quote Rule #5: "A car cannot register or compete in more than one class". I just wonder why this rule did not apply to car 9C...running both PURE STOCK and STREET STOCK. What is the point in having rules if you only follow them when you want to?
  14. Racers - this is just a reminder that we have a practice this Saturday the 23rd at HMP. Gates open at 8am with the track hot at 9am. Practice should run until 4pm. $200 per car.
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  16. http://sports.usatoday.com/2018/06/19/ims-to-host-dirt-track-race-ahead-of-brickyard-weekend/
  17. Future Racers at TMS

    Like father Like son ....congrats ...
  18. Sport Mod vs EMod

    Yea and u can gain some experience in this class to move up.
  19. Sport Mod vs EMod

    STS is the only track CURRENTLY running an E-MOD class in central/ south texas, so depending on where you want to race that needs to be taken into consideration. but as John said basically its a spec shock ,auto transmission, (spec tire) and certain engine rules with a rev limiter . a lot of older chassis's end up as E-MODS but can be converted back very easily. good luck
  20. Sport Mod vs EMod

    Thank you!
  21. Sport Mod vs EMod

    Same type of car. Except cheaper.Same kind of springs. Way less cost on engine. Shocks, transmission. Tires.. This is pretty close to the beginning of sport mods.bet
  22. Hi everyone, I'm producing a documentary on the history of safety in IndyCar and I'm trying to find photos of Texas World Speedway during USAC open wheel races from the 1970s. The USAC Championship series raced there two times in 1978, but I'm specifically trying to find 1 or 2 photos from the untelevised April, 1978 race. Al Unser had a crash and head injury there during a practice session. I attached a photo of Al's car from that season. If I can't find race photos then I'm searching for general photos of the facility from that time period during any open-wheel race or possibly a photo of Al at the track during the Fall race. I've been searching for a couple years, so I'm looking for verifiable leads: people who are photographers or who know the photographer and can provide me with their phone number, or if the photographer is dead can give me the phone number or address of the relatives who own the rights to the photographer's photos. I didn't see any private messaging on this forum, so if you're not comfortable posting some of that information publicly you can email me directly at roger@rapidresponseproductions.com Thanks. I really appreciate the help. I know it's a big ask. I've been doing a lot of research and most of the East Coast photographers from that time period never traveled to the Texas races. This looks like the most active forum for Texas racing, so this might be my final hope for finding photos from TWS, which sadly seems to be getting erased from history. Roger Hinze
  23. Sport Mod vs EMod

    I’m looking at picking this car up. I’m fairly new to dirt and very new to the mod world. Can someone tell me the difference between and EMod and a Southern Sport Mod? You can text if it makes it easier 409-658-7602
  24. Shout Out to All CBS Race Cars.. if you can attend this parade, please do. It will spread the word quicker about the racetrack. Which in turn will help get more fans hopefully interested. We all can agree, we need new people to attend the track. You can get with Ryan Childress or Michael Nuby for additional info. * You will need to be at the Elgin Elementary School in Elgin, Texas at 8 am this Saturday June 23rd for lineup. Parade is at 10 am. That's plenty of time to take your race car and join in the parade to help support the racers who set this up and support the racetrack by showing your cars off getting new people interested. It takes a whole Team to make anything successful. So your participation would greatly be appreciated by all. Thanks in Advance. Please share. #OneGoalOnePassion #TeamWork
  25. Shout Out to All CBS Race Cars.. if you can attend this parade, please do. It will spread the word quicker about the racetrack. Which in turn will help get more fans hopefully interested. We all can agree, we need new people to attend the track. You can get with Ryan Childress or Michael Nuby for additional info. * You will need to be at the Elgin Elementary School in Elgin, Texas at 8 am this Saturday June 23rd for lineup. Parade is at 10 am. That's plenty of time to take your race car and join in the parade to help support the racers who set this up and support the racetrack by showing your cars off getting new people interested. It takes a whole Team to make anything successful. So your participation would greatly be appreciated by all. Thanks in Advance. Please share. #OneGoalOnePassion #TeamWork
  26. Mullens Scores Third NCRA Modified Victory of Season in 81 Speedway Event! Park City, Kansas – June 17, 2018 - Tanner Mullens of Wichita, Kansas continued his tear in National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products modified competition as he claimed his third series victory of the season during the annual Bill Hall Memorial/Father’s Day Special” Sunday night at 81 Speedway in Park City. Current series points leader Cody Schniepp and former five-time series champion Brian Franz started on the front row for the twenty-lap-feature with Schniepp taking the lead as the green flag fell. Schniepp would lead the first seven laps before third-starting Mullens, aboard the Mel Hambelton Ford-Phil Nightingale/Sandlian Iron and Metal Auto Salvage-Jr Sandlian/Swift Springs-Frank Simonetti/Zach Wood/John Hebb/Auto Craft Collision Repair/B2 Race Components/FastShafts by Axle Exchange/Bill Bass/Jones Racing Products/Jerry Bergman sponsored #02 would take the and never look back to claim the victory. Three-time and defending tour champion Dan Powers worked his way up from his sixth-starting position to finish second while Tad Davis came from fifth to finish third. Schniepp would hold on to the early-season points lead with a fourth-place finish while Franz rounded out the top five. Schniepp will lead the tour into this coming weekends pivotal double-header weekend which starts at Humboldt Speedway in Humboldt, Kansas on Friday night (June 22) and then head back to 81 Speedway on Saturday night. NCRA Modifieds 81 Speedway/Park City, Kansas June 17, 2018 31 Cars 1st Heat: 1) 75-Tad Davis, [2]; 2) 25-Scott Green, [1]; 3) 93-Brandon Massey, [4]; 4) A2-Randy Wilson, [6]; 5) 87-Kenny Sweet, [8]; 6) 4AJosh Lanterman, [5]; 7) 25X-Tommy Carter, [3]; 8) 69-Cecil Dymond, [7] 2nd Heat: 1) 02-Tanner Mullens, [3]; 2) 24-Corey Lagroon, [1]; 3) 21B-Bryce Schniepp, [2]; 4) 44-Braden Stoner, [4]; 5) 2-Joe Cleveland, [7]; 6) 65-Tyler Davis, [8]; 7) 3J-Jake Nightingale, [6]; 8) 747-Colton Eck, [5] 3rd Heat: 1) 11B-Bill Siemers, [1]; 2) 21C-Cody Schniepp, [6]; 3) 29-Marlin Farr, [2]; 4) 91-Ross Shipman, [3]; 5) 1-Kirby Robe, [5]; 6) 25CJohnny Cammon, [7]; 7) 52C-Alex Cammon, [4]; 8) 11-Erick Chesterman, [8] 4th Heat: 1) 4-Dan Powers, [2]; 2) 86-Brian Franz, [6]; 3) 32-Bob Bills, [7]; 4) 52-Ryan McAninch, [5]; 5) 19B-Nic Baalman, [1]; 6) 5*-Jason McGehee, [3]; 7) 171-Edward Leecy, [4] B Feature: 1) 87-Kenny Sweet, [2]; 2) 21B-Bryce Schniepp, [3]; 3) 52-Ryan McAninch, [5]; 4) 65-Tyler Davis, [9]; 5) A2-Randy Wilson, [1]; 6) 2Joe Cleveland, [6]; 7) 4A-Josh Lanterman, [13]; 8) 29-Marlin Farr, [4]; 9) 91-Ross Shipman, [8]; 10) 44-Braden Stoner, [7]; 11) 52C-Alex Cammon, [17]; 12) 25X-Tommy Carter, [18]; 13) 25C-Johnny Cammon, [11]; 14) 11-Erick Chesterman, [19]; 15) 3J-Jake Nightingale, [15]; 16) 69-Cecil Dymond, [20]; 17) 1-Kirby Robe, [10]; 18) 19B-Nic Baalman, [12]; 19) 5*-Jason McGehee, [14]; 20) 747-Colton Eck, [21]; (DNS) 171-Edward Leecy, A Feature (20 Laps): 1) 02-Tanner Mullens, [3]; 2) 4-Dan Powers, [6]; 3) 75-Tad Davis, [5]; 4) 21C-Cody Schniepp, [1]; 5) 86-Brian Franz, [2]; 6) 87-Kenny Sweet, [11]; 7) 32-Bob Bills, [4]; 8) 25-Scott Green, [8]; 9) 65-Tyler Davis, [14]; 10) 24-Corey Lagroon, [9]; 11) 52-Ryan McAninch, [13]; 12) 21B-Bryce Schniepp, [12]; 13) A2-Randy Wilson, [15]; 14) 11B-Bill Siemers, [7]; 15) 2-Joe Cleveland, [16]; 16) 25X-Tommy Carter, [22]; 17) 4A-Josh Lanterman, [17]; 18) 29-Marlin Farr, [18]; 19) 93-Brandon Massey, [10]; 20) 44-Braden Stoner, [20]; 21) 91-Ross Shipman, [19]; 22) 11-Erick Chesterman, [24]; 23) 52C-Alex Cammon, [21]; 24) 25C-Johnny Cammon, [23]
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