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  4. Tankersley Wrestles His Way from Sixth to Thrilling $2,000 'Bandits Victory at HOT! Elm Mott, TX (7/11/20) by DarinShort.com. A 23-car Sprint Car Bandits series field loaded with talent would assemble on a hot summer night at HOT Speedway located at the north side of Waco Texas for the running of the Muscling Up The Dirt MDA Night. 6th place starter Channin Tankersley Racing would wrestle his way to the lead after a lap 16 restart and hold off a very hard charging Casey Burkham and Claud Estes III to take the $2,000 winners share back to the northern Houston suburbs. Tankersley would cross the checkers with a scant one car length to spare. Earlier in the evening, tons of racing would take place in the Air Performance Heating and Air Conditioning qualifying heat races. 7th place heat race #2 starter Dale Wester would race his way past several drivers to garner the top qualifying spot for the feature event. The second highest points-getter was Preston Perlmutter after starting heat race #1 in the 6th position. Casey Burkham would collect the 3rd highest passing points after starting 8th behind Perlmutter in the same heat race. The fourth highest points-getter was Claud Estes III after winning heat #2 from his third starting spot. Tankersley would win his heat race from the pole - setting a dizzying pace of 11.69 seconds around the Heart O' Texas dirt oval...yet he only garnered enough points to start the feature event in 6th - as there were so many drivers that loaded up in passing points in their heats. Daniel Estes would become the night's only non-starter after he developed engine woes while leading his heat race. The 22-car starting field would get all of the Heart 'O Texas Speedway fans on their feet during the 4-wide salute parade lap and when the green flag flew, the first 16 laps whizzed right by with frenetic 3- and even 4-wide racing from the bottom to the top of track promoter Selby Holder's Heart O' Texas Speedway. Selby and the HOT track prep crew had the track prepped for full-tilt all night long, which was a real feat with the hot and blustery weather conditions. Up until that point Dale Wester was blasting his way through lapped traffic (from lap 6 to 16) with Burkham, Estes and Tankersley each in close pursuit while trading sliders for position while they all continued to negotiate lapped traffic. It was full-scale pandemonium out there! On the restart, Wester would slide slightly high entering corner one with the trio of Tankersley, Estes and Burkham blasting by on the bottom side, with Tankersley taking the lead, and as soon as that took place Estes would take command of the lead - only to be overtaken by Tankersley in the next corner! It was a wild sequence of events that only lasted the span of about 5 seconds - as the SCB teams were still setting a blistering pace atop the Heart O' Texas banked oval. After the event's 2nd and final caution on lap 19 for a quick spin out, Tankersley would vault out to lead the field but when the field encountered lapped traffic on the final lap Burkham and Estes III would close the gap to one car length at Tankersley would reach the checkers first. This event continues the streak of every single 2020 season Sprint Car Bandits feature events containing at least one lead change - which is a real feat with the quality of teams assembled for our events this year. And it's a real testament to the SCB series rules that continue to prove that a more sustainable way of racing sprint cars is possible - and without costing the racers added expense along the way. As a matter of fact, our 'one rear tire rule all night long' paired with our 20° wing angle rule has saved SCB series racers each thousands of dollars along the way - and we're really proud of that fact. It also has resulted in faster cars being able to pass easier - as evidenced once again last night. EXTRA SPECIAL THANKS to Kathy Graham who sung a cappella in the SCB pit meeting "I'm Proud to Be an American" - which was a fitting and beautiful testament of the difficult times our nation is currently facing. Please take a moment to watch the video here: https://www.facebook.com/michael.merrell.64/videos/3088360844578886/ Also, THANK YOU to www.facebook.com/Charliedoneitcreations for building a beautiful SCB feature winner award and for his work with the Central Texas MDA. On that note, we enter our scheduled SCB Summer Break, which allows our teams and fans that like to travel around (specifically up north) the opportunity of doing so, without missing a beat down here - and gives time for the hot weather season to pass down here. Our next scheduled SCB event will be at KENNEDALE SPEEDWAY PARK on Saturday, September 26th. Also be watching for more Series news, as we are also in the process of negotiating addition Fall 2020 SCB series events. THANK YOU once again for everyone's support at this point in the season! Be safe out there and we look forward to seeing everyone soon when the Fall 2020 SCB season fires back up at KSP! Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for more news and info. A-feature results, Heart O' Texas Speedway Sprint Car Bandits 7/10/20: 1- Channin Tankersley (from 6th) 2- Casey Burkham (from 3rd) 3- Claud Estes III (from 4th) 4- John Ricketts (from 9th) 5- Marcus Thomas 6- Michael Day 7- Dale Wester 8- Colby Estes 9- Preston Perlmutter 10- Rodney Henderson (in his SCB series debut) 11- Austin Saunders 12- Kodey Keimig 13- Jerrad Warhurst (Davis Drug & Alcohol Testing Hard Charger Winner) 14- Todd Lovett (in his SCB series debut) 15- Mark Zoeller 16- Chance McCrary 17- Cody Stacy 18- Blake Mallory 19- Christian Kinnison 20- Junior Jenkins 21- Michael Merrell 22- Austin Burkham 23- Daniel Estes (DNS)
  5. Vettel "surprised" by Ferrari exit decision, no deal offered

    Right... This week he barely made it of Q2. Wonder if Alonso will get the seat upon his return or someone from F2 or F3 since Kimi and Gio are both under contract with Alpha Romeo, the other Ferrari supported team. Indycar doesn't need a new primadonna like Danica, does it?
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  7. All Star Points Leader Reutzel Closing in on First Ohio Speedweek Title by Lonnie Wheatley CLUTE, Texas (July 9, 2020) – Aaron Reutzel and the Baughman-Reutzel Motorsports No. 87 Sprint Car team retain their position atop the All Star Circuit of Champions point charts as they vie for a third consecutive series championship. And, not only does the Folkens Brothers Trucking/Dissolvalloy Downhole Revolution No. 87 Triple-X Sprint Car team reside atop the season point charts, Reutzel and crew are closing on a potential first “Ohio Sprint Speedweek” championship. With the initial half of Ohio Sprint Speedweek in the books, Reutzel carries a 16-point advantage into the final four races of the hectic slate of Ohio events that includes nine races in ten days. The final half gets under way Thursday night at Zanesville’s Muskingum County Speedway before moving on to Portsmouth Motor Speedway on Friday and then Hartford’s Sharon Speedway on Saturday and Sunday. “We just have to keep putting together strong finishes and the points will take care of themselves,” Reutzel surmises. It’s a habit that Reutzel is in the habit of aboard the Precision Catalyst/Hollywood Blasting & Coating/Beard Equipment entry as of late. Reutzel has reeled off 13 consecutive top-ten finishes including 11 among the top five. Among those are four wins and ten podium runs including his latest pair of triumphs in All Star action at Volunteer Speedway on June 27 and then Sunday’s Speedweek score at Fremont that brought his season win total to ten triumphs. After a fourth-place showing at Port Royal Speedway and the Volunteer Speedway win three nights later, Reutzel and the Nattress Construction/Momentum Racing Suspension team took in three nights of Pennsylvania Speedway with another pair of podium finishes at Lincoln Speedway and Port Royal Speedway. “It would have been nice to win one of those, but the competition there is really tough,” Reutzel said after finishes of second, eighth and third. “We were also trying a few different things, so hopefully that will pay off when we go back to those tracks later in the season.” After an off day, Ohio Sprint Speedweek began in earnest last Friday with Reutzel racing to third at Attica Raceway Park. Shifting to a Fremont Speedway double, Reutzel improved one position to second and then climbed one more step up the podium after racing the Fischer Body Shop machine to victory lane on Sunday night for his tenth win of the season. “Rough and heavy, slick; we just seem to adapt to anything and it’s pretty cool when you can do stuff like that,” Reutzel explained after taking the win on a slick track. “I couldn’t be more proud of my guys.” After a rare finish outside the top-five on Monday at Wayne County Speedway, Reutzel rebounded from potential disastrous engine issues in the Dash to capture another podium finish of third on Wednesday night at Peeble’s Brushcreek Motorsports Complex. Reutzel will be looking for more visits to victory lane and a potential Ohio Sprint Speedweek championship beginning on Thursday nigh at Muskingum County Speedway. 2020 Quick Stats: 45 races, 10 wins, 27 top-fives, 35 top-tens. Quick Results: June 24, Port Royal Speedway (Port Royal, PA) – 4th in A Feature June 27, Volunteer Speedway (Bulls Gap, TN) – 1st in A Feature June 28, Volunteer Speedway (Bulls Gap, TN) – Rained Out June 29, Lincoln Speedway (Abbottstown, PA – PA Speedweek) – 2nd in A Feature June 30, Grandview Speedway (Bechtelsville, PA – PA Speedweek) – 8th in A Feature July 1, Port Royal Speedway (Port Royal, PA – PA Speedweek) – 3rd in A Feature July 3, Attica Raceway Park (Attica, OH) – 3rd in A Feature July 4, Fremont Speedway (Fremont, OH) – 2nd in A Feature July 5, Fremont Speedway (Fremont, OH) – 1st in A Feature July 6, Wayne County Speedway (Orrville, OH) – 8th in A Feature July 8, Brushcreek Motorsports Complex (Peebles, OH) – 3rd in A Feature Next Up: Final half of All Stars “Ohio Sprint Speedweek”: July 9 – Muskingum County Speedway (Zanesville, OH) July 10 – Portsmouth Raceway Park (Portsmouth, OH) July 11 – Sharon Speedway (Hartford, OH) July 12 – Sharon Speedway (Hartford, OH) Keep Track: Keep track of Aaron Reutzel’s on-track action including schedule and results at http://www.aaronreutzelracing.com/, on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Aaron-Reutzel-Racing/117666254913127 or on Twitter at @AaronReutzel. You can also e-mail Aaron at aaronreutzel@yahoo.com. If you would like Aaron Reutzel Racing press releases e-mailed directly to you, send your e-mail address to Lonnie Wheatley at lonniewheatley@gmail.com.
  8. AM Racing, Austin Wayne Self look to Kentucky for rebound SPARTA, Ky: With the Holiday off-weekend behind them, AM Racing and driver Austin Wayne Self (@AustinWSelf) are ready to get back down to business in Saturday night’s Buckle Up Your Truck 225 at Kentucky Speedway. The Statesville, N.C.-based team is hoping that the seventh race of the season is a good opportunity to bounce back from a tough showing at Pocono (Pa.) Raceway two weeks ago when Self was collected in two separate incidents in the opening laps of the event. Shaking off the tough luck at the “Tricky Triangle” – Self leans on Kentucky’s 1.5-mile speedway as an opportunity to get team back on track for a busy month of racing ahead. “It was hard to have that off week because, after Pocono, I think everyone on this AM Racing team was ready to go back to the track and bounce back immediately,” said Self. “But the break allowed us to catch our breath, settle down and refocus for one of the races that I always look forward to.” Self has four prior Truck Series starts at the Sparta located track and earned a track-best sixth-place finish last July. He also has two prior ARCA Menards Series starts from 2014 – 2015, yielding two top-12 finishes. All things considered; Kentucky is one of those races circled on the AM Racing calendar in the shop as an opportunity to build on last year’s finish. “It was a chaotic race last July, but we earned that finish,” offered Self. “We worked hard, Eddie (Troconis, crew chief) made some great adjustments on our No. 22 GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet Silverado and I think the notes that we have from last year can be even more beneficial this weekend.” With NASCAR still limiting the series’ time at the race track, the Truck Series won’t have any practice or qualifying before hitting the track and while that pivotal track time can be essential, Self believes it could set the tone for an exciting race. “Kentucky is really fast with sweeping corners,” he added. “You really need to get your truck handling well over the bumps and get the launch off the corners to carry the speed on the straightaways to make a pass. “With no practice or qualifying, I think most teams will rely on their setup from last July which worked fairly good for us during the race. With qualifying being thrown out the window, I think you’re going to have some fast trucks stacked throughout the field which should make the race more exciting but will keep us drivers up on our toes too.” Traditionally, the garage and pit road area at Kentucky is flooded with family members and close relatives who have come to cheer on Self and the AM Racing team. However, with the garage access currently restricted and no fans expected in attendance, Self knows those members who still support his team this season just virtually. “It’s a bummer that we don’t have fans back in the stands and can have people in the garage, but I understand the reasoning,” he said. “I know I have a lot of family who will be cheering us on Saturday night from in front of their televisions or radios. Hopefully, we can have a finish like we did last year and take that momentum to Texas next week!” Don’t mess with Texas, CForce Bottling Company, Flying Circle, and Kreuz Market will serve as associate partners in the seventh race of the year. In 90 NGROTS races, the 2014 ARCA Menards Series Rookie of the Year has two top-fives (second at Daytona 2017, fifth at Michigan 2019) and seven top-10 finishes. The Texan maintains an average finish of 18.5 during his five years of competition. The Austin, Texas native is nestled 22nd in the championship standings with 17 races remaining.The Buckle Up Your Truck 225 (150 laps| 225 miles) is the seventh of 23 NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series races on the 2020 schedule. The 40-truck field will take the green flag shortly after 6:00 p.m. with live coverage on FOX Sports 1 (FS1), the Motor Racing Network (Radio) and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio (Satellite Radio, Channel 90). All times are local (Eastern). For more on Austin Wayne Self, please visit awsracing.com, like his Facebook page (Austin Wayne Self) or follow him on Twitter @AustinWSelf. For more on AM Racing, please visit AMRacingteam.com, like their Facebook page (AM Racing) or follow them on Twitter @AMRacingNASCAR. For more on Squeeze Marketing or to learn how they can help grow your business, please visit squeezemarket.com. For more information on Don’t mess with Texas and how you can become involved in the program, visit dontmesswithtexas.org. For more on Flying Circle, please visit flyingcirclegear.com, like them on Facebook (FlyingCircleGear) and follow them on Instagram (@flyingcirclegear) and Twitter (@flyingcircle_). Also, connect with Flying Circle on Pinterest and YouTube. Visit JB Henderson Construction online at jbhenderson.com. For additional information on CForce premium artesian water, please visit cforce.com. For more on Kreuz Market, please visit kreuzmarket.com. like them on Facebook (KreuzMarketLockhart) and follow them on Twitter (@kreuzmarket). The Buckle Up Your Truck 225 (150 laps| 225 miles) is the seventh of 23 NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series races on the 2020 schedule. The 40-truck field will take the green flag shortly after 6:00 p.m. with live coverage on FOX Sports 1 (FS1), the Motor Racing Network (Radio) and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio (Satellite Radio, Channel 90). All times are local (Eastern).
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  10. Cuddihay Speedway

    makes me feel old .
  11. WOW! WHAT A NIGHT!!!

    have fun going to get up there sometime this year ..
  12. WOW! WHAT A NIGHT!!!

    CBS this weekend my man.
  13. WOW! WHAT A NIGHT!!!

    looks to me anything named mike needs to be aware ..are we going to find you down south this weekend .
  14. WOW! WHAT A NIGHT!!!

    lol thanks Sir! I did blowout 2 at CTS one night, track operator said that was the best money he ever had to spend there.
  15. Kirkey full containment seat 16” & 17 “ $250 each. Call 830-433-1864 if interested
  16. WOW! WHAT A NIGHT!!!

    well you work the mikes hard what do you expect .. I am surprise the sound system holds up ..
  17. Cuddihay Speedway

    Loved racing at Cuddihy. I crewed with Ed Sczech from San Antonio in the yellow 67 Malibu.
  18. WOW! WHAT A NIGHT!!!

    HiTech thanks my man, I was a little pissed at the mic but we made it work! Can't wait to get back to TRP!
  19. WOW! WHAT A NIGHT!!!

    You are welcome. One thing is the Factory Stock A-Main results were not on there a few minutes ago just the starting line up.
  20. WOW! WHAT A NIGHT!!!

    Thank you Sir
  21. WOW! WHAT A NIGHT!!!

    results on myracepass.com. And yes Mr. M did put on a show. Not sure if you heard his post race interview as he gave a lot of the credit to Ben on his work on the car. And the race , wherever it is , is better when LM is in it. But to me coming from 19th to 2nd in a super strong field after coming from 14th to 1st in the B-Main is quite a feat as well.
  22. 07/04/2020 Cody Leonard defeats Chris Elliott on the last lap to win the exciting $1,000 Red River Modified Tour feature Cody Leonard was the Modified feature winner. By Don Cook Blogginisracin.com Kennedale Speedway Park (Kennedale) July 4 (Saturday) The Red River Modified Tour rolled into Kennedale Speedway Park Saturday night for the fourth night of the tour! NASCAR’s Ken Schrader lead a strong field of IMCA Modifieds as they battled for the $1,000 feature win! Along with the Modifieds, were the IMCA SportMods, IMCA Stock Cars, Factory Stocks, and Sport Compacts. Check out all the exciting racing action from Saturday night below: Modified $1,000 Feature Winner: Abiliene's Chris Elliott, No. 915, appeared to have this feature win, but a lap car created problems and Cody Leonard, No. 12, managed to slip past Chris for the exciting $1,000, 25-lap, feature win! Chris Bragg, Josh McGaha, Fred Wojtek, Chris Morris, Jeffrey Abbey, Justin Whitehead, Travis Bragg, and Dustin Hyde, top ten. David Goode Jr., Larry Adams, Chad Melton, Colby Moore, Jacob Pirkle, Beau Begnaud, Raymond McSpadden, Chuck Sanders, Dusty Powers, Ryan Williams, Dillion Tindall, William Gould, Cody Tidwell, Ken Schrader, and Chaz Baca, rounded out the field. Twenty-five cars started the feature. Twenty-eight Modifieds were in the pits. Chris Elliott appeared to have this one, but a lap car enabled Cody Leonard to get the win. Ken Schrader was one of a good field of IMCA Modifieds that were in the pits. To view a video of the Modified feature, click below: SportMod Feature Winner: Damon Hammond, No. 116, was your run-a-way feature winner! Billy Gould Jr., Shelby Williams, Jerrett Bransom, G.W. Egbert IV, John Rabozzi, Chance Morris, Jeff Reynolds, and Gary Fox, top ten. Sean Hill, Gregory Muirhead, Austin Neubauer, Andy Hulcy, Kelly Williams, Derek Talley, David Lege Jr., Todd West, and Justin Long, rounded out the field. Nineteen cars started the feature. Jake UpChurch was involved in a bad wreck during his B main. To view a video of the SportMod feature, click below: Stock Car Feature Winner: Picking up his first feature win of the season in a Stock Car, was Erik Miles, No. 165! Jeffrey Abbey, Westin Abbey, Gary Williams, Jerrett Bransom, Gary Nabors, Samuell Spadaro Jr., Jason Batt, Clint Nabors, and Darryl Campbell. Justin Bruce, Brad Ekstrom, Sam Spadaro, Michael Wofford, Chad Burress, Allison Morris, Tristan Carman, Shelby Williams, Markiss Harcrow, and G.W. Egbert IV, rounded out the field. Twenty-cars started the feature. Gary Williams, No. 69, finished in the top five. To view a video of the Stock Car feature, click below: Factory Stock Photos by Mike Frieri Feature Winner: Local Trey Smitherman, No. 96, held off "Flyin" Ryan Powers, for the exciting feature win! Melvin Kemp Jr., Chance Morris, Jeff Hauser, Tryton Temple, Tommy Williams Jr., Tim Murray, Dylan Moss, and Devin Burgess, top ten. Nate Dixon, Robert Narber, Ted Minor, Kenny Magar, Ricky Sessions, Jeff Martinez, Damon Hammond, Kelsie Neunauer, Caitlin Leonard, Cameron Cook, Donald Cain Jr., George Gafford, Katlyn Foster, and Jordan Hefler, rounded out the field. Twenty-three cars started the feature. Ryan Powers had a close second place finish. To view a video of the Factory Stock feature, click below: Sport Compact Photos by Mike Frieri Feature Winner: Steve Riojas, No. 9, was your feature winner! Harold Clifton, Frank Lackey, Jack Bransom, Bondy Cannon, Sean Leasure, Blake Freeman, Don Chamblee, Johnny Clark, Megan Hatley, James Morehead, and Shelley Marnell, rounded out the field. To view a video of the Sport Compact feature, click below: A special thanks to Photos by Mike Frieri for donating an extra $100 to the top five finishers in the Factory Stocks and Sport Compacts! The fifth and final night of the Red River Modified Tour makes it’s way to Boyd Raceway Sunday night, July 5th! Latest info, go to: www.boydraceway.com Photo: Mike Frieri Raceway Ministries: Kennedale Speedway offers a unique feature at the track. That is a ministry. We are under the umbrella of Texas Alliance Raceway Ministry based out at Texas Motor Speedway. The people involved in this ministry are Randy Denbow (chaplain), and Steve Kaneaster (asst. chaplain). We give the invocation, operate the hot pit and oversee the children's special events at the track. We offer spiritual and prayer support. We are very fortunate that the track owner and management want us there. We appreciate the driver's, crew members and fans for supporting us. If you have any questions about the children's events, please contact us at nascarrd@att.net Race fans please support our sponsors! Next Saturday, July 11, Kennedale Speedway Park will host a full race program plus the Lone Star Dwarf Car Club plus Spectators Races. For the latest Kennedale Speedway Park info, go to: www.raceksp.com KENNEDALE SPEEDWAY PARK MEDIA PHOTOS Derrike Pennington Photos Clink on: Viking Media Mike Frieri Photos Clink on: Photos by Mike Frieri To view some photos from Kennedale Speedway Park, click on the link below: KSP Photos RACING COVERAGE Click on: www.blogginisracin.com KSP WEB SITE Click on: www.raceksp.com Posted at 09:57 PM | Permalink | Comments (0)
  23. WOW! WHAT A NIGHT!!!

    Results posted anywhere?
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  25. GM 7.5 Carrier, Yoke, & Axles

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  26. Yes, sometimes losing a top-tire ride makes a racer reflect on reality? We will see... The F1 season fires up in a few minutes. Let's hope the boys put on a great show! UPDATE: apparently, he hasn't learned a damned thing. 1st race ... another unforced error! Maybe he can get an IndyCar ride next season?
  27. WOW! WHAT A NIGHT!!!

    Fun track to race on .car was running fifth till we got the drive through penalty that' 6th place decided to help the track give us loss of patents or more like talent .. .. ...happens in racing ..wasn't a fun drive home .. but sometimes it goes your way sometimes it doesn't ill leave that at that .. looked at the leader sometimes and saw an ageless man teach the field age does not matter ..... makes us older folks smile sorry Dalton was not the story to me ..LM MISTER ACE TRANSMISSION DRIVER OF THE 10 CAR .. over all good show .. I will add and cant forget this man .. Rodney I could hear you at times and see why you are so popular . a few stutters small ones but you put the excitement level high for the fans . stutter is because you are so excited ..give u an a+
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