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  2. Macedo wins $20K NOS Energy Drink Showdown at Black Hills -Carson Macedo overtakes Shane Stewart on an early restart for the lead and powers to his third win of the season RAPID CITY, SD – Aug. 23, 2019 – Carson Macedo’s goal entering his World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series rookie year was to run well each week and pick up a couple of wins by the end of the season. Friday night at Black Hills Speedway for the $20,000-to-win NOS Energy Drink Rushmore Outlaw Showdown he picked up his third win of the season – in his first race at Black Hills – and second top-five in-a-row. “It’s pretty cool,” Macedo said. “To win races was my main goal. I thought if I could get out here and win some races and at least show I could maybe have the speed to contend at one point that my team would get happy and we could all stick together for a few years. I think we can really build something great here.” Macedo, of Lemoore, Calif., had speed with his Kyle Larson Racing team all night. He charged from sixth-place to second in his Drydene Heat race. Then followed that up with another runner-up finish in the DIRTVision Fast Pass Dash. At the start of the 25-lap Feature, Macedo charged after the lead with the aggression of a hungry young cub. Hammering the throttle around the cushion, Macedo stayed side-by-side with polesitter Shane Stewart through the first turn. By the exit of turn two the two left inches between their tires, but Macedo never lifted and launched to the lead down the backstretch. However, before Macedo could complete the first lap and make the lead change official, the red flag came out for Kevin Ingle flipping on his side in turn two. When the race went green again, Stewart wasn’t going to let the rookie best him. He shot to the lead in front of Macedo into turn one. Daryn Pittman charged from fourth-place to third down the front stretch and tried a Hail Mary slide job into the first turn to take the lead, but Stewart and Macedo powered by him on the outside. Stewart then held command of the lead for the next nine laps, putting close to a half of a track distance between he and Macedo. The Oklahoma-native was hungry and determined for a win. His last and only win his year came in June at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway. But his joyride out front was cut short by a caution for Ian Madsen cutting a tire and hitting the wall with 16 laps to go. The field lined back up two-by-two. When it did, Stewart chose the outside line. A mistake. Macedo got the better jump on the restart running the bottom and drove past Stewart down the front stretch. “I obviously should have picked the bottom,” a dejected Stewart said after the race. “I felt like my right rear (tire) needed to be in grip. I slid my tires a little bit on the initial start and let Carson get a run on me. I didn’t want to do that again. My motor stumbled just a little bit, but it was enough for him to get a run on me. “We haven’t been worth a crap in a long time and we finally have a good car and I flat just threw it away on the restart. Just can’t thank my guys enough. They’ve stuck through thick and thin and continue to work hard. Just messed up.” Macedo pulled away from Stewart after taking the lead, but in the final few laps Stewart was putting together better laps than Macedo. On the final lap through the final corner, Macedo slid up the track, almost hitting the wall. That allowed Stewart to cut the lead in half. But time ran out for the KI Crossbow No. 5. Macedo throttled his Chevrolet Accessories No. 2 past the waving checkered flag with a close to half a second lead. “I was really struggling to get off of (turn) two,” Macedo said. “Then I’d get tight in turns three and four and I didn’t really know what to do. I know we started to fade there a little bit. I tried to keep my pace as best I could. My guys did a really good job. I say it all the time, this sport is weighed on mechanics and they do a really good job.” Behind Macedo and Stewart, 2019 Knoxville Nationals winner David Gravel charged his was from sixth-place to third – his third podium finish in-a-row. “I cost our team a win in the Dash,” said Gravel, who finished sixth in the Dash. If he was able to start at least fourth in the Feature, he said he felt like he could have possibly contended for the win. However, his podium finished helped him gain points on the top two in the championship point standings. With points leader Donny Schatz finishing seventh, Gravel currently sits 112 points back from the lead. Brad Sweet, who sits second in points, finished eighth and is 26 points behind Schatz. Macedo had hoped to break into the top-five in points by the end of the year, but knows there’s an uphill battle to do so, sitting sixth in points, 160 points behind fifth-place. However, being able to grab big wins at tracks he’s never been to before, or only a few times, is a big confidence booster. “It’s huge,” Macedo said. “It’s hard to win these Outlaw races. They’re not easy to win. These are the best drivers in the world. Your car has to be good. You have to be good. You have to make good decisions throughout the race. You have to have good starts. It all goes hand and hand. I think if we can continue to do that we’ll see ourselves up here more often.” UP NEXT: The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series on Saturday, Aug. 24, will be at Big Sky Speedway in Billings, Mont. for The Brawl at Big Sky Speedway. Get tickets and more information. As always, if you can’t make it to the race you can catch all of the action LIVE on DIRTVision.com. RESULTS: NOS Energy Drink Feature (25 Laps) – 1. 2-Carson Macedo [2][$20,000]; 2. 5-Shane Stewart [1][$5,500]; 3. 41-David Gravel [6][$3,200]; 4. 83-Daryn Pittman [4][$2,800]; 5. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild [8][$2,500]; 6. 1S-Logan Schuchart [3][$2,300]; 7. 15-Donny Schatz [5][$2,200]; 8. 49-Brad Sweet [7][$2,100]; 9. 19-Brent Marks [11][$2,050]; 10. 11K-Kraig Kinser [13][$2,000]; 11. 18-Ian Madsen [10][$1,500]; 12. 1A-Jacob Allen [12][$1,200]; 13. 7S-Jason Sides [9][$1,100]; 14. 3-Mike Pennel [17][$1,050]; 15. 4-Adam Speckman [16][$1,000]; 16. 2K-Kevin Ingle [14][$900]; 17. 88-Travis Reber [15][$800]; 18. 8X-Randy Dolberg [18][$800]; Lap Leaders: Shane Stewart 1-9, Carson Macedo 10-25; KSE Hard Charger Award: 41-David Gravel[+3] Qualifying – 1. 41-David Gravel, 14.824; 2. 1S-Logan Schuchart, 14.905; 3. 5-Shane Stewart, 14.951; 4. 49-Brad Sweet, 15.013; 5. 83-Daryn Pittman, 15.013; 6. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild, 15.014; 7. 7S-Jason Sides, 15.044; 8. 1A-Jacob Allen, 15.102; 9. 18-Ian Madsen, 15.105; 10. 11K-Kraig Kinser, 15.114; 11. 15-Donny Schatz, 15.117; 12. 2-Carson Macedo, 15.134; 13. 19-Brent Marks, 15.171; 14. 2K-Kevin Ingle, 15.968; 15. 3-Mike Pennel, 16.992; 16. 88-Travis Reber, 17.046; 17. 4-Adam Speckman, 17.066; 18. 8X-Randy Dolberg, 18.101
  3. Phillips reaps rewards in Rocket-Reaper madness at Rock Rapids ROCK RAPIDS, Iowa (Aug. 23)--With less than eight laps to go in the main event Friday night at the Rapid Speedway, an unusual turn of events paved the way for Terry Phillips to collect his fourth Casey's General Stores USMTS National Championship victory of the 2019 campaign.From the outside of the front row, Ryan Gustin took charge at the drop of the green flag. A two-time winner of the USMTS Rapid Rumble presented by Wrisco, 'The Reaper' set a torrid pace for the first half of the race while Phillips pressured him the whole way.The only other driver with two career wins at the 3/8-mile clay oval in the Northwest corner of Iowa, Rodney Sanders raced by Phillips just shy of halfway in the 40-lapper, and disposed of Gustin on the 22nd lap.The race's second caution occurred with 30 laps complete when Jake O'Neil, who was running fourth and looking to back up his win on Thursday night in Webster City, spun into the infield at the exit of turn four.The yellow flag slowed the pace and wiped out a sizeable advantage for Sanders, but Gustin had been reeling in 'The Rocket' since finding new life tip-toeing around the high side of the turns.When the green flag returned, Phillips tried to stay with Sanders on the low side while Gustin made a bold challenge around the top. One lap later, Sanders and Gustin were door to door racing down the back-stretch when the exit of turn four swallowed its next victims.Gunning to regain the lead he lost ten lap earlier, Gustin drove hard into the third turn and slipped over the banking in turn four. Meanwhile, as he tried to settle himself and power back onto the racing surface, Sanders spun into the infield in the same spot O'Neil had two lap earlier.As the lead duo performed synchronized spinning, the center of the racetrack parted like the red sea and Phiillips' familiar red No. 75 came shooting out of the cloud of dust as he became the new leader.Gustin regained control but Sanders stopped on the front-stretch to bring about the final yellow flag of the contest.Phillips-a second-generation veteran racer nearly twice the age of Gustin and Sanders-nailed a flawless restart and was able to keep Gustin behind him until he streaked beneath the checkered flag with his 29th career USMTS triumph and a $3,000 paycheck for his efforts.Gustin was denied his 101st series win and settled for second place while Dereck Ramirez finished third.Hometown favorite Don Gerritsen Jr. raced from tenth on the starting grid and collected a career-best fourth-place finish with the nation's elite modified tour and Hunter Marriott rounded out the top five after starting 12th.Lance Mari also recorded a career-best sixth-place finish and USMTS legend Jon Tesch-winner of the 2007 event here-drove a second car out of the Ramirez Motorsports stable to seventh, garnering both the Eibach Spring Forward Award and FK Rod Ends Hard Charger Award in the process after rolling off 18th.Adam Kates was eighth at the finish line while Sanders regrouped and salvaged a ninth-place finish. Polesitter Travis Saurer completed the top ten.Nobles Next: The USMTS ventures to the Nobles County Speedway in Worthington, Minn., on Saturday for the 9th Annual USMTS Summer Slam presented by Beyea Custom Headers.The pit gate opens at 4 p.m., grandstands open at 5, hot laps at 7 and racing gets underway 7:30. Two bikes will be given away and there will be a candy toss for the kids too.Rodney Sanders and Ryan Gustin have both tasted victory twice at the semi-banked 3/8-mile clay oval just off of I-90. Johnny Scott, Jason Krohn, Jon Tesch and Kelly Shryock have also tasted victory here.Gustin will meet and greet fans at the Casey's General Store located at 1704 Oxford in Worthington from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. While you're there, get yourself a slice of delicious Casey's pizza, meet the 'The Reaper' and see his No. 19r Spike Hardcore Energy USMTS Modified.Tickets are $20 for adults or $15 for seniors (65+) and juniors (12-16). Kids ages 11 and under are $5. Pit passes are $35.Fans can grab coupons good for $2 off an adult ticket at Casey's locations in locations in Fulda, Windom and Worthington, plus Arnolds Park, George, Okoboji, Sibley and Spirit Lake in Iowa. For the location nearest you, visit caseys.com.In addition to the USMTS, the on-track action will see the Arnold Motor Supply Iron Man Challenge featuring American Racer USRA Stock Cars and Out-Pace USRA B-Mods, plus Cook Racing Supplies USRA Hobby Stocks ($400 to win) and USRA Tuners ($200 to win).The event is also a Summit Shootout qualifier for the Stock Cars, B-Mods and Hobby Stocks with Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series national points up for grabs in all four USRA divisions.The Nobles County Speedway is located just off of I-90 at exit 43, then 0.4 mile south on SR 59, then 0.4 mile west on Oxford St., then 0.2 mile north on McMullan ((1600 Stower Dr., Worthington, MN 56187). For more information, check out noblescountyspeedway.com.The four-day USMTS swing wraps up Sunday at the Casino Speedway in Watertown, S.D., for the Sandy Benson Memorial and 10th Annual USMTS Summer Slam presented by Out-Pace Racing Products. The main event winner will pocket $4,000 at that show.To connect with the United States Modified Touring Series, visit usmts.com. You can also like us on Facebook, visit us on Instagram, follow us on Twitter, connect with us on LinkedIn and watch us on YouTube. Keep up to speed, get it first and subscribe to USMTS e-News.= = = = = = = = = = = = = = =OFFICIAL RESULTS United States Modified Touring Series Casey's General Stores USMTS National Championship Casey's Hunt for the USMTS National Championship 11th Annual Rapid Rumble presented by Wrisco Rapid Speedway, Rock Rapids, Iowa Friday, Aug. 23, 2019Showing finishing position, starting position in parentheses, car number, driver, hometown, chassis/engine builder, laps completed and money won. All drivers advanced to the Casey's General Stores "A" Main with the top eight in heat race passing points redrawing for for the first eight starting spots.SIMPSON PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS HEAT RACE #1 (8 laps):1. (3) 0 Jake O'Neil, Tucson, Ariz.2. (5) 4r Dereck Ramirez, Woodward, Okla.3. (4) 19r Ryan Gustin, Marshalltown, Iowa4. (2) 27 Don Gerritsen Jr., Rock Rapids, Iowa5. (1) 9 Jimmy Ray, Las Cruces, N.M.6. (6) 57 Duke Erickson (R), Sioux Falls, S.D.FAST SHAFTS HEAT RACE #2 (8 laps):1. (3) 75 Terry Phillips, Springfield, Mo.2. (1) 21x Travis Saurer, Elizabeth, Minn.3. (5) 21k Kyle Brown (R), Madrid, Iowa4. (2) 6 Dustin Kruse (R) Brandon, S.D.5. (6) 782 Miah Christensen (R), Sioux Falls, S.D.6. (4) 0 Justin Remus (R) New Ulm, Minn.EDELBROCK HEAT RACE #3 (8 laps):1. (1) 23 Adam Kates, Tonganoxie, Kan.2. (6) 20 Rodney Sanders, Happy, Texas3. (2) 19sb Lance Mari, El Centro, Calif.4. (4) 62 Hunter Marriott (R), Brookfield, Mo.5. (3) 22d Daniel Hilsabeck, Earlham, Iowa6. (5) 14r Jon Tesch, Watertown, S.D.CASEY'S GENERAL STORES "A" MAIN (40 laps):1. (4) 75 Terry Phillips, Springfield, Mo., GRT/Durham, 40, $3000.2. (2) 19r Ryan Gustin, Marshalltown, Iowa, Hughes/TriStar, 40, $1700.3. (8) 4r Dereck Ramirez, Woodward, Okla., Hughes/Cornett, 40, $1100.4. (10) 27 Don Gerritsen Jr., Rock Rapids, Iowa, Skyrocket/HarryHeads, 40, $700.5. (12) 62 Hunter Marriott (R), Brookfield, Mo., Rage/KSE, 40, $700.6. (9) 19sb Lance Mari, El Centro, Calif., MRT/Yeoman, 40, $650.7. (18) 14r Jon Tesch, Watertown, S.D., Hughes/Cornett, 40, $700.8. (6) 23 Adam Kates, Tonganoxie, Kan., LG2/Speedway, 40, $550.9. (5) 20 Rodney Sanders, Happy, Texas, MBCustoms/Hatfield, 40, $500.10. (1) 21x Travis Saurer, Elizabeth, Minn., MBCustoms/ChevPerf, 40, $450.11. (15) 22d Daniel Hilsabeck, Earlham, Iowa, Hilsabeck/Mullins, 40, $425.12. (16) 57 Duke Erickson (R), Sioux Falls, S.D., Dominator/Hanson, 40, $400.13. (7) 21k Kyle Brown (R), Madrid, Iowa, Harris/Tesar, 40, $375.14. (13) 782 Miah Christensen (R), Sioux Falls, S.D., MBCustoms/JBM, 40, $225.15. (11) 6 Dustin Kruse (R), Brandon, S.D., Sidebiter/AEI, 40, $325.16. (3) 0 Jake O'Neil, Tucson, Ariz., LG2/Cornett, 30, $300.17. (14) 9 Jimmy Ray, Las Cruces, N.M., AOS/AOS, 28, $300.18. (17) 0 Justin Remus (R), New Ulm, Minn., Medieval/Bruns, 0, $200.(R) = Grant Junghans USMTS Rookie of the Year contenderLap Leaders: Gustin 1-21, Sanders 22-32, Phillips 33-40.Total Laps Led: Gustin 21, Sanders 11, Phillips 8.Margin of Victory: 1.039 seconds.Time of Race: 22 minutes, 7.928 seconds (2 cautions).Provisional Starters: none.Eibach Spring Forward Award: Tesch (advanced 10 positions).FK Rod Ends Hard Charger: Tesch (started 18th, finished 7th).Entries: 18.Next Race: Saturday, Aug. 24, Nobles County Speedway, Worthington, Minn.Casey's General Stores USMTS National Championship Points: Sanders 2902, Ramirez 2712, Marriott 2581, Phillips 2407, Gustin 2378, O'Neil 2250, Kates 1844, Zack VanderBeek 1799, Mike Striegel 1706, Joe Duvall 1471.Casey's Hunt for the USMTS National Championship Points: Sanders 1020, Ramirez 1007, Phillips 956, Marriott 950, Gustin 691, Saurer 687, O'Neil 680, Kates 680, Mari 647, Mike Striegel 544.Grant Junghans USMTS Rookie of the Year Points: Marriott 2064, Mike Striegel 1571, Dustin Hodges 584, Carlos Ahumada Jr. 549, Nathan Hagar 415.USMTS Manufacturers Championship Points: MBCustoms 263, Hughes 258, GRT 204, Rage 198, LG2 185.USMTS Engine Builder of the Year Points: Hatfield 236, Cornett 230, KSE 173, Durham 169, TriStar 131.Contingency Awards:American Racer - Ray.Beyea Custom Headers - Gerritsen.Bryke Racing - Kruse.BSB Manufacturing - Gerritsen.Casey's General Stores - TBD.Champ Pans - Marriott.Deatherage Opticians - Erickson.E3 Spark Plugs - Ramirez.Edelbrock - Kates.Eibach - Tesch.Fast Shafts - Phillips.FK Rod Ends - Tesch.Hooker Harness - Brown.Integra Racing Shocks & Springs - Remus.Jerovetz Motorsports Racing Parts - Ray.K1 RaceGear by Ryan Bowers Motorsports - Erickson.Keyser Manufacturing - Saurer.KSE Racing Products - Sanders.Maxima Racing Oils - Phillips.Out-Pace Racing Products - O'Neil.PEM Racing Gears & Drivetrain - Phillips.QA1 - Gerritsen.RacerWebsite.com - Marriott.Simpson Performance Products - O'Neil.Swift Springs - Phillips, Gerritsen.Sybesma Graphics - Saurer.Tire Demon - Hilsabeck.VP Racing Fuels - Phillips.Wilwood Disc Brakes - Tesch.
  4. Sheppard and Marlar Win Night Two Duels at Mansfield MANSFIELD, Ohio (August 23, 2019) - Brandon Sheppard and Mike Marlar won Duel feature events on Friday night of the 2nd annual Dirt Million - Presented by Arizona Sport Shirts at Mansfield Motor Speedway. Brandon Sheppard Wins Duel #1 at Mansfield Heath Lawson photo Each driver earned $10,000 for their 30-lap victories and are guaranteed a starting spot in Saturday night's Dirt Million finale. Sheppard took the lead on lap two from pole-sitter Kent Robinson and led the rest of the way to win the first Duel. It was not an easy win for the 26-year-old Illinois racer, as he had to hold off both a charging Jimmy Owens and the defending Dirt Million winner, Earl Pearson Jr. Brandon Overton was fourth, with Hudson O'Neal coming from the fifteenth starting spot to register a fifth-place finish at the checkers. "It was really hard staying out front," said Sheppard. "They have got the track really good right now. You had to have a line where the car would go best. With traffic in front of us, we really didn't know where to go. My crew guys are awesome, they kept me up to date on where I needed to be on the track. It was tricky out there. I felt good around the top of three and four and in one and two I felt good all over." "This car is just phenomenal right now. They have it really tuned in. We had a car that was capable of winning last night. It was just a little harder to pass last night," said the winner, who recorded his 13th career Lucas Oil win and his first since winning the Indiana Icebreaker at Brownstown (IN) Speedway in March. Owens was in the hunt for the win from the halfway mark and came home in second after passing Pearson on lap 21. "It is hands down better than we ran here last night. It felt good to be battling for the win. Brandon [Sheppard], he is one of the toughest guys in the country right now, and to have him moving around and looking over his shoulder the whole race was pretty awesome." Pearson; who collected over $202,000 for his win in the Dirt Million a year ago; returned to the Lucas Oil podium with his third-place finish: "It wasn't too bad tonight. We got up on the cushion and did our thing, which is unusual for me to go to the cushion. We weren't bad up on the cushion either. When Brandon moved up there, we couldn't do much after that." The winner's Mark Richards Racing, Rocket Chassis is powered by a Durham Racing Engine and sponsored by: Valvoline, Seubert Calf Ranches, Ace Metals Works, Gunter's Honey, Keyser Manufacturing, Sunoco Race Fuels, and Integra Racing Shocks. Completing the top ten were Kent Robinson, Shannon Babb, Shane Clanton, Max Blair, and Gordy Gundaker. Mike Marlar Wins Duel #2 at Mansfield Heath Lawson photo Marlar claimed his fourth Lucas Oil win of the season, leading all 30-laps for a convincing victory. Chase Junghans; for the second night in a row; recorded a second-place finish. Michael Norris, in the Clint Bowyer Racing #5 entry, posted his best career Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series finish rounding out the podium. Jonathan Davenport finished fourth with Tyler Erb crossing the finish line in fifth. Marlar who also started on the pole of a Thursday night duel was not going to be denied tonight as he stormed to the lead early on over Norris and Junghans. Norris, who like Junghans, was seeking his first career Lucas Oil win, closed on Marlar in heavy traffic with twelve laps scored. Junghans made the pass on Norris for second on lap 20. Marlar held steady in lapped traffic as Junghans and Norris could not get close enough in the waning laps to challenge for the win. Like Sheppard, the win also marked Marlar's thirteenth career win with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. Marlar led every lap for his win. "Last night was a bummer when you get a good starting spot like that. It's tough when you win a heat and get to start up front like we did. The car was something I could deal with today better than last night. It was definitely 'elbows up' early. Last year we had a real good shot for the win and a carburetor spring broke I think I was running second when it broke and I had to start lifting on the gas pedal." Junghans was pleased with another runner-up finish. "The third times the charm, right? Mikey is hard to beat. I wish the track would have gotten a little wider for us. We still have a little bit of tuning on the car to do yet. But it's really good right now. We just need to build off of last night and tonight." Norris was thrilled with his podium finish. "Just to run with these guys is pretty awesome. The car was really good there. I thought we might actually have a shot at Mikey. The car got a little snug at the end there and that kind of played a factor. Congrats to him. We are glad to have two solid nights here." The winner's Ronnie Delk-owned, Rocket Chassis is powered by a Cornett Racing Engine and sponsored by: Marathon Oil, Mark Martin Timber and Farms, Franklin Enterprises, RS Equipment Sales and Rentals, Integra, VP Fuels, and Delk Equipment Sales. Completing the top ten were Rick Eckert, Ricky Weiss, Jared Landers, Josh Richards, and Darrell Lanigan. Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Race Summary Friday, August 23, 2019 Mansfield Motor Speedway - Mansfield, Ohio Duel 1: Miller Welders Fast Time: Jimmy Owens 17.217 seconds Duel 2: Miller Welders Fast Time: Tyler Erb 17.350 seconds Penske Race Shocks Heat Race #1 Finish: Jimmy Owens, Bobby Pierce, Shane Clanton, Ryan Markham, Doug Drown, Dan Angelicchio, Stormy Scott, Brent Bee, Robby Hensley FK Rod Ends Heat Race #2 Finish: Brandon Sheppard, Earl Pearson, Jr., Max Blair, Brian Shirley, Shannon Babb, Johnny Scott, David Scott, Steve Sabo, Eddie Carrier, Jr. Simpson Race Products Heat Race #3 Finish: Kent Robinson, Brandon Overton, Gordy Gundaker, Scott Bloomquist, Hudson O'Neal, Mike Benedum, Donald McIntosh, Greg Oakes, Ryan Missler Duel 2: Lucas Oil Products Penetrating Oil Heat Race #1 Finish: Chase Junghans, Tyler Erb ®, Rick Eckert, Ricky Weiss, Kyle Bronson, Dennis Erb, Jr., Mason Zeigler, Chris Ferguson, Gregg Satterlee Sunoco Race Fuels Heat Race #2 Finish: Mike Marlar, Boom Briggs, Josh Richards, Tim McCreadie, Steve Casebolt , Billy Moyer, Dale McDowell, Matt Irey, Jason Miller Arizona Sport Shirts Heat Race #3 Finish: Michael Norris, Jonathan Davenport, Jared Landers, Darrell Lanigan, Billy Moyer, Jr., Shanon Buckingham, Devin Moran ®, Ryan Scott, Justin Chance Duel 1: Lucas Oil Products Red "N" Tacky Spray Grease B-Main Finish: Stormy Scott, David Scott, Donald McIntosh, Greg Oakes, Eddie Carrier, Jr., Ryan Missler, Robby Hensley, Brent Bee, Steve Sabo Duel 2: FAST Shafts B-Main Finish: Dale McDowell, Mason Zeigler, Devin Moran ®, Matt Irey, Jason Miller, Chris Ferguson, Gregg Satterlee, Ryan Scott, Justin Chance Duel 1: Lucas Oil Feature Finish (30 Laps): FINISH START CAR # DRIVER NAME HOMETOWN EARNINGS 1 2 1S Brandon Sheppard New Berlin, IL $10,000 2 3 20 Jimmy Owens Newport, TN $5,000 3 4 1 Earl Pearson, Jr. Jacksonville, FL $2,000 4 5 2 Brandon Overton Evans, GA $1,000 5 15 71 Hudson O'Neal Martinsville, IN $900 6 1 7R Kent Robinson Bloomington, IN $800 7 14 18 Shannon Babb Mowequa, IL $750 8 7 25 Shane Clanton Zebulon, GA $700 9 8 111 Max Blair Centerville, PA $650 10 9 11G Gordy Gundaker St. Charles, MO $600 11 21 1M Devin Moran ® Dresden, OH $590 12 11 3s Brian Shirley Chatham, IL $580 13 17 1st Johnny Scott Las Cruces, NM $570 14 18 8Bx Mike Benedum Salem, WV $560 15 16 14A Dan Angelicchio Mt. Pleasant, PA $550 16 10 5m Ryan Markham Ashland, OH $540 17 13 12d Doug Drown Wooster, OH $530 18 20 4s David Scott Garland, PA $520 19 6 32P Bobby Pierce Oakwood, IL $510 20 12 0 Scott Bloomquist Mooresburg, TN $500 21 19 2s Stormy Scott Las Cruses, NM $500 DUEL 1: Race Statistics Entrants: 56 Lap Leaders: Kent Robinson (Lap 1); Brandon Sheppard (Laps 2 - 30) Wrisco Feature Winner: Brandon Sheppard Margin of Victory: 0.724 seconds Cautions: Scott Bloomquist (Lap 9) Series Provisionals: Devin Moran Optima Batteries Hard Charger of the Race: Hudson O'Neal (Advanced 10 Positions) Midwest Sheet Metal Spoiler Challenge Point Leader: Jonathan Davenport Allstar Performance Power Move of the Race: Mike Benedum Sunoco Race for Gas Highest Finisher: Brandon Sheppard Eibach Springs Rookie of the Race: Devin Moran COMP Cams Engine Builder of the Race: Durham Racing Engines Ohlins Shocks Chassis Builder of the Race: Rocket Chassis Outerwears Crew Chief of the Race: Austin Hargrove (Brandon Sheppard) Dirty Girl Racewear Fastest Lap of the Race: Brandon Sheppard (Lap #3 - 18.3008 seconds) Hot Rod Processing Tough Break of the Race: Stormy Scott STEEL-IT Most Laps Led: Brandon Sheppard (29 Laps) PFC Brakes Pole Award: Kent Robinson Time of Race: 11 minutes 29 seconds Duel 2: Lucas Oil Feature Finish (30 Laps): FINISH START CAR # DRIVER NAME HOMETOWN EARNINGS 1 1 157 Mike Marlar Winfield, TN $10,000 2 3 18J Chase Junghans Manhattan, KS $5,000 3 2 5 Michael Norris Sarver, PA $2,000 4 5 49 Jonathan Davenport Blairsville, GA $1,000 5 6 1T Tyler Erb ® New Waverly, TX $900 6 7 0E Rick Eckert York, PA $800 7 10 7w Ricky Weiss Headingley, MB $750 8 9 777 Jared Landers Batesville, AR $700 9 8 14 Josh Richards Shinnston, WV $650 10 12 29 Darrell Lanigan Union, KY $600 11 11 39 Tim McCreadie Watertown, NY $590 12 14 C9 Steve Casebolt Richmond, IN $580 13 4 99B Boom Briggs Bear Lake, PA $570 14 16 28 Dennis Erb, Jr. Carpentersville, IL $560 15 18 50 Shanon Buckingham Morristown, TN $550 16 20 25Z Mason Zeigler Chalk Hill, PA $540 17 13 40B Kyle Bronson Brandon, FL $530 18 9 18m Dale McDowell Chickamauga, GA $520 19 17 21 Billy Moyer Batesville, AR $510 20 15 21JR Billy Moyer, Jr. Batesville, AR $500 DUEL 2: Race Statistics Entrants: 56 Lap Leaders: Mike Marlar (Laps 1 - 30) Wrisco Feature Winner: Mike Marlar Margin of Victory: 0.738 seconds Cautions: n/a Series Provisionals: n/a Optima Batteries Hard Charger of the Race: Mason Zeigler (Advanced 4 Positions) Midwest Sheet Metal Spoiler Challenge Point Leader: Jonathan Davenport Allstar Performance Power Move of the Race: Chase Junghans Sunoco Race for Gas Highest Finisher: Chase Junghans Eibach Springs Rookie of the Race: Tyler Erb COMP Cams Engine Builder of the Race: Cornett Racing Engines Ohlins Shocks Chassis Builder of the Race: Rocket Chassis Outerwears Crew Chief of the Race: Josh Davis (Mike Marlar) Dirty Girl Racewear Fastest Lap of the Race: Mike Marlar (Lap #1 - 18.6536 seconds) Hot Rod Processing Tough Break of the Race: Boom Briggs STEEL-IT Most Laps Led: Mike Marlar (30 Laps) PFC Brakes Pole Award: Mike Marlar Time of Race: 9 minutes 47 seconds Saturday DIRT MILLION Heat Race Line Ups: Penske Race Shocks Heat Race #1 Line Up: DRIVER INSIDE OUTSIDE DRIVER Josh Richards 14 29 Darrell Lanigan Shannon Babb 18 111 Max Blair Mike Benedum 8Bx 22 Gregg Satterlee Eddie Carrier Jr. 28c 94M Jason Miller Zack Dohm 17d FK Rod Ends Heat Race #2 Line Up: DRIVER INSIDE OUTSIDE DRIVER Ricky Weiss 7w 2 Brandon Overton Jared Landers 777 18m Dale McDowell Kyle Bronson 40B 1st Johnny Scott Donald McIntosh 7m 8b Brent Bee Dave Hess Jr. 44 Simpson Race Products Heat Race #3 Line Up: DRIVER INSIDE OUTSIDE DRIVER Jimmy Owens 20 0E Rick Eckert Bobby Pierce 32P 50 Shannon Buckingham Mason Zeigler 25z 99B Boom Briggs Gregg Oakes 22G 92 Justin Chance Lucas Oil Products Penetrating Oil Heat Race #4 Line Up: DRIVER INSIDE OUTSIDE DRIVER Hudson O'Neal 71 39 Tim McCreadie Kent Robinson 7R 3s Brian Shirley Doug Drown 12d 21JR Billy Moyer Jr. Matt Irey 36 0R Ryan Scott Sunoco Race Fuels Heat Race #5 Line Up: DRIVER INSIDE OUTSIDE DRIVER Tyler Erb 1T 28 Dennis Erb Jr. Devin Moran 1M 11G Gordy Gundaker Chris Ferguson 22F 2s Stormy Scott Robby Hensley 21H 16 Steve Sabo Arizona Sport Shirts Heat Race #6 Line Up: DRIVER INSIDE OUTSIDE DRIVER Earl Pearson Jr. 1 C9 Steve Casebolt Shane Clanton 25 21 Billy Moyer David Scott 4s 14A Dan Angelicchio Ryan Missler 50Y 5m Ryan Markham DIRT MILLION Dash Line Up: DRIVER INSIDE OUTSIDE DRIVER Brandon Sheppard 1s 49 Jonathan Davenport Mike Marlar 157 18J Chase Junghans Scott Bloomquist 0 5 Michael Norris
  5. IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Cars – 1. Kenneth Duke, Selinsgrove, Pa., 773; 2. Scott Lutz, Jonestown, Pa., 755; 3. Mike Houseman, Des Moines, Iowa, 747; 4. Zach Newlin, Millerstown, Pa., and Mike Moore, Des Moines, Iowa, both 728; 6. Colin Smith, Sheldon, Iowa, 721; 7. Jake Martens, Fairview, Okla., 716; 8. Ryan Lynn, Hollidaysburg, Pa., 700; 9. Billy Johnson, St. Peter, Minn., 694; 10. Stuart Snyder, Lincoln, Neb., 683; 11. Toby Chapman, Panama, Neb., 680; 12. Drew Ritchey, Everett, Pa., 677; 13. Adam Gullion, Lincoln, Neb., 676; 14. Jacob Gomola, Sen­eca, Pa., 669; 15. Tyler Drueke, Eagle, Neb., and Jonathon J. Jones, Irvona, Pa., both 666; 17. Jack Potter, Lees Summit, Mo., 664; 18. Brandon Allen, St. Peter, Minn., 662; 19. John Walp, Wapwallopen, Pa., 661; 20. Javen Ostermann, Courtland, Minn., 656. E3 Spark Plugs State Point Standings California – 1. Grant Champlin, Hanford, Calif., 503; 2. Michael Pombo, Easton, Calif., 498; 3. Brooklyn Holland, Fresno, Calif., 481; 4. Mauro Simone, Fresno, Calif., 434; 5. Rob Solomon, Fresno, Calif., 424; 6. Kyle Rasmussen, Clovis, Calif., 419; 7. Lance Jackson, Kingsburg, Calif., 384; 8. Ryan Delisle, Fresno, Calif., 319; 9. Brandon Emmett, Caruthers, Calif., 302; 10. Philip Heynen, Visalia, Calif., 269. Indiana – 1. Ethan Barrow, Bloomington, Ind., 400; 2. Anton Hernandez, Arlington, Texas, 388; 3. Bradley Sterrett, Bloomington, Ind., 382; 4. Andy Bradley, Bloomington, Ind., 369; 5. Scott Brad­ley, Bloomington, Ind., 338; 6. Justin Clark, Hamersville, Ohio, 318; 7. Rod Henning, Middletown, Ohio, 316; 8. Alex Nalon, Pittsboro, Ind., 307; 9. Ryan Tusing, Santa Claus, Ind., 300; 10. Jordan Welch, Clayton, Ind., 292. Iowa – 1. Mike Houseman, Des Moines, Iowa, 524; 2. Tyler Thompson, Des Moines, Iowa, 477; 3. Joel Thorpe, Urbandale, Iowa, 378; 4. Mike Moore, Des Moines, Iowa, 369; 5. D.J. Palmer, Des Moines, Iowa, 346; 6. Ryan Navratil, Des Moines, Iowa, 335; 7. Val Urman, Urbandale, Iowa, 243; 8. Jake Greenwood, Woodward, Iowa, 215; 9. Brian Efkamp, Boone, Iowa, 204; 10. Kade Higday, Pleasant Hill, Iowa, 195. Kansas – 1. Zach Blurton, Quinter, Kan., 480; 2. Jake Martens, Fairview, Okla., 412; 3. Jeremy Huish, Jetmore, Kan., 411; 4. Ty Williams, Arcadia, Okla., 401; 5. Kyler Johnson, Quinter, Kan., 349; 6. Jake Bubak, Arvada, Colo., 318; 7. Tracey Hill, Liberal, Kan., 317; 8. Steven Richardson, Liberal, Kan., 303; 9. Jerad Werner, Codell, Kan., 289; 10. Brian Herbert, Kinsley, Kan., 255. Louisiana – 1. Johnny Brown, Mauriceville, Texas, 136; 2. Jerry "Butch" David, Geismar, La., 133; 3. Tommy Hall, Natchitoches, La., 96; 4. Rod Craddock, Alvin, Texas, 76; 5. Tyler Harris, Vidor, Texas, 75; 6. Todd Bliss, Baton Rouge, La., and Chris Hinson, Nederland, Texas, both 66; 8. Jacob Harris, Vidor, Texas, 62; 9. Thomas Johnson, Deridder, La., 57; 10. Kent Lewis Sr., Wil­lis, Texas, 40. Maryland – 1. Scott Lutz, Jonestown, Pa., 212; 2. Ryan Lynn, Hollidaysburg, Pa., 205; 3. Bradley Mel­lott, Pigeon Cove Rd, Pa., 193; 4. Reed Thompson, Petersburg, Pa., 161; 5. Ron Aurand, Lewistown, Pa., 154; 6. Jonathon J. Jones, Irvona, Pa., 140; 7. Stevie Kenawell Jr., Duncansville, Pa., 133; 8. Drew Ritchey, Everett, Pa., 127; 9. Donald Hendershot, Clear Spring, Md., 117; 10. Kenneth Duke, Selinsgrove, Pa., 115. Minnesota – 1. Billy Johnson, St. Peter, Minn., 694; 2. Javen Ostermann, Courtland, Minn., 656; 3. Brandon Allen, St. Peter, Minn., 628; 4. Brett Allen, Gaylord, Minn., 609; 5. Michael Stien, Cey­lon, Minn., 580; 6. Trevor Serbus, Olivia, Minn., 440; 7. Jeremy Schultz, Stewart, Minn., 415; 8. Colin Smith, Sheldon, Iowa, 396; 9. Neil Stevens, Bingham Lake, Minn., 359; 10. Jesse Cripe, South Haven, Minn., 343. Missouri – 1. Kenny Potter, Harrisonville, Mo., 471; 2. Jack Potter, Lees Summit, Mo., 467; 3. Mike Moore, Des Moines, Iowa, 417; 4. Mike Houseman, Des Moines, Iowa, 277; 5. Matt. Rich­ards, Lincoln, Neb., 250; 6. James Kinder, Iberia, Mo., 204; 7. Kaitlyn Boland, Columbia, Mo., 192; 8. Toby Chapman, Panama, Neb., 172; 9. Matt Fair, O Fallon, Mo., 157; 10. Austin Couch, Agency, Mo., 121. Nebraska – 1. Stuart Snyder, Lincoln, Neb., 588; 2. Adam Gullion, Lincoln, Neb., 565; 3. Toby Chapman, Panama, Neb., 529; 4. Trevor Grossenbacher, Bennet, Neb., 519; 5. Josh Riggins, Lincoln, Neb., 514; 6. Mike Boston, Lincoln, Neb., 507; 7. Clint Benson, Papillion, Neb., 472; 8. Chase Weiler, Lincoln, Neb., 469; 9. Neil Nickolite, Bellwood, Neb., 464; 10. Ryan King, Bennet, Neb., 461. New Jersey – 1. Richard Dieva, Berlin, N.J., and Rick Stief, Garnet Valley, Pa., both 251; 3. Ja­son Dunn, Hamilton, N.J., 240; 4. Eddie Wagner III, Newfield, N.J., 233; 5. Tim S. Tanner Jr., Warmin­ster, Pa., 220; 6. Larry McVay, Bordentown, N.J., 215; 7. Tom Carberry, Hopewell, N.J., 213; 8. Logan Diehl, Sellersville, Pa., 183; 9. Scott Frack, Gilbertsville, Pa., 178; 10. Marie McVay, Woodbury Heights, N.J., 172. North Carolina – 1. Jacob Karklin, Waxhaw, N.C., 228; 2. John Karklin, Monroe, N.C., 221; 3. Brandon McLain, Indian Trail, N.C., 213; 4. Sean Vardell, Taylorsville, N.C., 169; 5. Benjamin McCall, Fayetteville, N.C., 154; 6. Frank Peters, Concord, N.C., 153; 7. Steve Surniak, Moores­ville, N.C., 152; 8. Shawn Mott, Rockwell, N.C., 150; 9. Mike Sellers, Summerville, S.C., 149; 10. George Blaney, Concord, N.C., 138. Ohio – 1. Jacob Stickle, Xenia, Ohio, 283; 2. Tyler Hesson, Richwood, Ohio, 260; 3. Lewie Chris­tian, West Jefferson, Ohio, 246; 4. Kyle Kruger, Frankfort, Ohio, 240; 5. Dustin Hammond, Spring­field, Ohio, 210; 6. John Starr, Hillsboro, Ohio, 165; 7. Chad Hyatt, Ashville, Ohio, 160; 8. Justin Clark, Hamersville, Ohio, 153; 9. Jay Dunaway, Oak Hill, Ohio, 144; 10. Jordan Welch, Clay­ton, Ind., 110. Oklahoma – 1. Alison Slaton, Edmond, Okla., 366; 2. Jeremy Allen, Blanchard, Okla., 339; 3. Morgan Fletcher, Lawton, Okla., 328; 4. Josh Toho, Hinton, Okla., 322; 5. Shawn Bloomquist, Indiahoma, Okla., 289; 6. Duane Baker, Chickasha, Okla., 287; 7. Tanner Conn, Oklahoma City, Okla., 286; 8. Gary Owens, Pauls Valley, Okla., 280; 9. Cody Hill, Lawton, Okla., 270; 10. Cody Whitworth, Oklahoma City, Okla., 232. Pennsylvania – 1. Kenneth Duke, Selinsgrove, Pa., 851; 2. Scott Lutz, Jonestown, Pa., 680; 3. Zach Newlin, Millerstown, Pa., 664; 4. John Walp, Wapwallopen, Pa., 648; 5. Dylan Proctor, Beech Creek, Pa., 624; 6. Jacob Gomola, Seneca, Pa., 614; 7. Ryan Lynn, Hollidaysburg, Pa., 608; 8. Douglas Dodson, Middletown, Pa., 588; 9. Devin Adams, Lebanon, Pa., 568; 10. Jake Frye, Lewisberry, Pa., 560. South Carolina – 1. Steve Surniak, Mooresville, N.C., Brandon McLain, Indian Trail, N.C., and Jacob Karklin, Waxhaw, N.C., each 77; 4. John Karklin, Monroe, N.C., 72; 5. Shawn Mott, Rock­well, N.C., 70; 6. Frank Peters, Concord, N.C., 69; 7. Benjamin McCall, Fayetteville, N.C., 64; 8. Terry Peters, Mooresville, N.C., 62; 9. Sean Vardell, Taylorsville, N.C., 59; 10. Mike Sellers, Summer­ville, S.C., 58. South Dakota – 1. Colin Smith, Sheldon, Iowa, 348; 2. Tim Fricke, Lincoln, Neb., 320; 3. Daniel Nekolite, Oneill, Neb., 284; 4. Jesse Lindberg, Sioux Falls, S.D., 268; 5. Brant O'Banion, Viborg, S.D., 263; 6. Aaron Guillaume, Sioux City, Iowa, 259; 7. John Lambertz, Sioux Falls, S.D., 234; 8. Brandon Stevenson, Holstein, Iowa, 225; 9. Rick Pendergast, Norfolk, Neb., 213; 10. Trefer Wal­ler, Oneill, Neb., 192. Texas – 1. Mike Oliver, San Antonio, Texas, 639; 2. Trey Burke, League City, Texas, 547; 3. Kevin Ramey, Fort Worth, Texas, 506; 4. Chip Graham, Lewisville, Texas, 483; 5. Rod Craddock, Al­vin, Texas, 442; 6. Jacob Harris, Vidor, Texas, 430; 7. Colby Stubblefield, Seagoville, Texas, 416; 8. Robert Vetter, Wolfe City, Texas, 415; 9. Tyler Harris, Vidor, Texas, 409; 10. Trey Schmidt, Spring, Texas, 401. Virginia – 1. Jerald Harris, Dayton, Va., 258; 2. Bill Rice, Schuyler, Va., 246; 3. Chris Ware, Williams­burg, Va., 235; 4. Charlie Ware, Hallieford, Va., 225; 5. Matt Mullins, Hampton, Va., 198; 6. Mike Leraas, Kernersville, N.C., 153; 7. Daren Bolac, Moyock, N.C., 141; 8. Glenn Worrell, Powha­tan, Va., 111; 9. Tom Humphries, Waynesboro, Va., 108; 10. Michael Keeton Jr., Doswell, Va., 106.
  6. TSTRS - Sponsor Package

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    Last year's discussion about the Super Stocks was Open motor = 3200#; 602 = 3100#. (The issue being a little more HP and rotating inertia.) Beyond this? I haven't heard anything in the pits regarding the class rules; and the Supers generally pit together. The 81, 8, 44, 49 are all fast cars. It's up to us to catch up. And we will. I agree, that having a large time differential across the field can affect the class but when is this not the case? We saw the same thing in the Pro Stocks. There are slower cars with faster drivers and faster cars with slower drivers. And then there are slower cars with slower drivers and faster cars with faster drivers. This sounds like racing to me. Oh, the plan for the 55 is to make it a 'Super' Stock simply because this is the class at HMP, and I enjoy the sport. Personally, I'm not a big fan of fiberglass bodies; I'm just not. But that's my choice to run a steel bodied car against lighter, aero fiberglass cars. But wait, isn't it about 'weight'? (Pun intended.) When Webster and I were running the only thing in common was the name of the class, 'Pro Stock'. Yet, we were able to put on a show. (Scotty9 in the #16 had some nights too.) Now the show happens to be 3/10ths faster than my best time. Sounds like racing. As far as a metric chassis in the Super Stock class? The trucks run metric chassis' and run nearly identical times. So, its within the realm. I'm on the fence regarding tires. Unless I have a tire with no tread depth I generally do not buy a tire. But, if I'm correct, this discussion is not about the existing classes? As far as purse, that's up to the promoter. The promoter will then look to the class for car count. More cars = more $.
  11. Hey racers! We have an event this Sunday for some promotions to get some people out to the track next weekend! If you are in the area, please stop by and show some love! Let me know if you can come out and help hand out flyers! I still have room for someone to bring their race car or truck just let me know if you are interested. This Sunday, August 25 NOON - 4pm Extreme Offroad and Performance 20235-A Katy Fwy, Katy, TX 77450 Let me know if you have any questions! Gina Schild Knowles (713) 907-0906
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  13. O'Neal cops USMTS Casey's Clash at Hamilton County Speedway WEBSTER CITY, Iowa (Aug. 22)--The Hamilton County Speedway hosted the 13th Annual USMTS Casey's Clash presented by AmericInn on Thursday night, and Jake O'Neil made himself at home in victory lane for the third time this season. Courtesy of USMTS PRHunter Marriott garnered the Sybesma Graphics Pole Award and led early on before giving way to Dereck Ramirez, who came from the sixth starting spot to the front in three laps.Ramirez built a sizeable lead but a trio of early cautions slowed the pace-the most notable of which happened when Ryan Gustin's Spike Hardcore Energy mount erupted in a puff of smoke while battling for the top spot.After Gustin's charge was extinguished, Marriot and O'Neil chased the leader while Lance Mari, Terry Phillips, Rodney Sanders and Zack VanderBeek were close behind.While Ramirez ran through the middle of the corners, O'Neil searched for a faster line around the high side of the historic half-mile while VanderBeek was sneaking around the shortest way around the track with Marriott and Sanders still within striking distance.With 21 of 35 laps in the books, Ramirez dove into the first turn somewhat lower than he had been, which opened the door for O'Neil and VanderBeek. Suddenly, Ramirez had O'Neil to his right and VanderBeek to his left as the three exited turn two.The attempted three-wide drag race down the back-stretch failed miserably. O'Neil bounced off the outside concrete wall and into the right side of Ramirez's race car, and then Ramirez clipped the front end of VanderBeek's VanderBuilt chassis.The incident, which had all of the makings of a major melee, left Ramirez spinning to a stop and the waving of the yellow flag for the fifth and final time."I just hate it," O'Neil said of the contact with Ramirez. "I think it was a racing deal. I just had a really good run to the outside. He didn't come all the way up to the top so I thought maybe he was just leaving a lane up there. I was all the way to his door and got stuck in the marbles up there and bounced off the fence, and then bounced off of him. I tried keeping it off of him."The restart with 14 laps remaining had O'Neil setting the pace while Ramirez was relegated to the back of the pack.As the laps wound down, O'Neil continued to lead while Sanders chipped away at his advantage and closed to within a car length as the two took the white flag, but Sanders got above the cushion and clobbered the concrete wall in turn one allowing O'Neil to cruise to a $2,500 payday.Sanders held on for second with Phillips getting by VanderBeek in the closing laps to grab the third spot while Dustin Sorensen came from tenth to finish fifth.Marriott, Kyle Brown, Mark Elliott, Al Hejna and Mari rounded out the top ten. Ramirez fought his way back to salvage an 11th-place finish.The win was O'Neil's sixth USMTS triumph which moved him into a tie on the USMTS all-time wins list with Ron Jones and Joey Jensen. Courtesy of USMTS PRWestward ho: On Friday, the series heads west as the Rapid Speedway in Rock Rapids, Iowa, hosts the 11th Annual Rapid Rumble presented by Wrisco. The Arnold Motor Supply Iron Man Challenge featuring American Racer USRA Stock Cars and Out-Pace USRA B-Mods will also be on tap along with Cook Racing Supplies USRA Hobby Stocks.Fans witnessed a barn-burner last year when Johnny Scott limped home the final lap with a blown tire. In the nine previous USMTS events held at the Lyons County Fairgrounds, only Rodney Sanders has visited victory lane twice. Other former winners here include Cade Dillard, Cory Crapser, Zack VanderBeek, Jason Krohn, Jon Tesch and Kelly Shryock.Tickets are $22 for adults, $5 for kids ages 7-14 and free for kids 6 and under. Pit passes will be $30 and you must be at least 12 years old to enter the pits. The pit gate will open at 4:30 and grandstands at 5:30. Driver registration will be cut off at 6:30 with hot laps at 7 and racing to follow.Hunter Marriott will be greeting race fans at the Casey's General Store located at 709 1st Ave. in Rock Rapids from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Coupons good for $2 off adult admission are available at Casey's locations in Brandon, Canton, Harrisburg and Sioux Falls, plus George, Hull, Rock Rapids, Sheldon, Sibley and Sioux Center, plus Luverne in Minnesota. Go to caseys.com to find the location nearest you.The Rapid Speedway is a semi-banked 3/8-mile dirt oval located 0.5 mile east of US 75 on SR 9, then 0.5 mile south on South Tama St. (400 S. Tama St., Rock Rapids, IA 51246). For more information, visit rockrapidsspeedway.com.The USMTS ventures to the Nobles County Speedway in Worthington, Minn., on Saturday for the 9th Annual USMTS Summer Showdown presented by Beyea Custom Headers, and the four-day swing wraps up Sunday with the Sandy Benson Memorial and 10th Annual USMTS Summer Slam presented by Out-Pace Racing Products at the Casino Speedway in Watertown, S.D.To connect with the United States Modified Touring Series, visit usmts.com. You can also like us on Facebook, visit us on Instagram, follow us on Twitter, connect with us on LinkedIn and watch us on YouTube. Keep up to speed, get it first and subscribe to USMTS e-News.= = = = = = = = = = = = = = =OFFICIAL RESULTS United States Modified Touring Series Casey's General Stores USMTS National Championship Casey's USMTS Hunt for the Championship 13th Annual USMTS Casey's Clash presented by AmericInn Hamilton County Speedway, Webster City, Iowa Thursday, Aug. 22, 2019Showing finishing position, starting position in parentheses, car number, driver, hometown, chassis/engine builder, laps completed and money won. All drivers advanced to the Casey's General Stores "A" Main with the top eight in heat race passing points redrawing for for the first eight starting spots..SIMPSON PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS HEAT RACE #1 (8 laps):1. (1) 23 Adam Kates, Tonganoxie, Kan.2. (2) 19sb Lance Mari, Imperial, Calif.3. (6) 33z Zack VanderBeek, New Sharon, Iowa.4. (4) 12 Mark Elliott, Webster City, Iowa.5. (5) 21k Kyle Brown (R), Madrid, Iowa.6. (7) 3j Josh Cain (R), Moriarity, N.M.7. (3) 14e Chase Ellingson (R), Iowa Falls, Iowa.FAST SHAFTS HEAT RACE #2 (8 laps):1. (2) 20 Rodney Sanders, Happy, Texas.2. (3) 19r Ryan Gustin, Marshalltown, Iowa.3. (7) 62 Hunter Marriott (R), Brookfield, Mo.4. (4) 22d Daniel Hilsabeck, Earlham, Iowa.5. (6) 21 Ben Nading (R), Ankeny, Iowa.6. (5) 21x Travis Saurer, Elizabeth, Minn.7. (1) 57 Duke Erickson (R), Sioux Falls, S.D.EDELBROCK HEAT RACE #3 (8 laps):1. (1) 4r Dereck Ramirez, Woodward, Okla.2. (3) 0 Jake O'Neil, Tucson, Ariz.3. (5) 75 Terry Phillips, Springfield, Mo.4. (7) 19 Dustin Sorensen, Rochester, Minn.5. (2) 9 Jimmy Ray, Las Cruces, N.M.6. (6) 777 Al Hejna, Clear Lake, Iowa.7. (4) 29 Ron Ver Beek, Oskaloosa, Iowa.CASEY'S GENERAL STORES "A" MAIN (35 laps):1. (3) 0 Jake O'Neil, Tucson, Ariz., LG2/Cornett, $2500.2. (8) 20 Rodney Sanders, Happy, Texas, MBCustoms/Hatfield, $1500.3. (9) 75 Terry Phillips, Springfield, Mo., GRT/Durham, $1000.4. (4) 33z Zack VanderBeek, New Sharon, Iowa, VanderBuilt/Stoen, $800.5. (10) 19 Dustin Sorensen, Rochester, Minn., MBCustoms/Action, $700.6. (1) 62 Hunter Marriott (R), Brookfield, Mo., Rage/KSE, $600.7. (14) 21k Kyle Brown (R), Madrid, Iowa, Harris/Tesar, $550.8. (11) 12 Mark Elliott, Webster City, Iowa, Harris/Karl, $300.9. (18) 777 Al Hejna, Clear Lake, Iowa, Rage/ChevPerf, $375.10. (2) 19sb Lance Mari, Imperial, Calif., MRT/Yeoman, $400.11. (6) 4r Dereck Ramirez, Woodward, Okla., Hughes/Cornett, $375.12. (5) 23 Adam Kates, Tonganoxie, Kan., LG2/Speedway, $350.13. (17) 21x Travis Saurer, Elizabeth, Minn., MBCustoms/ChevPerf, $325.14. (21) 29 Ron Ver Beek, Oskaloosa, Iowa, IROC/ChevPerf, $200.15. (20) 57 Duke Erickson (R), Sioux Falls, S.D., Dominator/Hanson, $275.16. (13) 21 Ben Nading (R), Ankeny, Iowa, VanderBuilt/Mullins, $200.17. (15) 9 Jimmy Ray, Las Cruces, N.M., AOS/AOS, $250.18. (19) 14e Chase Ellingson (R), Iowa Falls, Iowa, GRT/KSE, $200.19. (12) 22d Daniel Hilsabeck, Earlham, Iowa, Hilsabeck/Mullins, $250.20. (7) 19r Ryan Gustin, Marshalltown, Iowa, Hughes/TriStar, $250.21. (16) 3j Josh Cain (R), Moriarity, N.M., Baxter/Mullins, $300.(R) = Grant Junghans USMTS Rookie of the Year contenderLap Leaders: Marriott 1-3, Ramirez 4-21, O'Neil 22-35.Total Laps Led: Ramirez 18, O'Neil 14, Marriott 3.Margin of Victory: TBD.Time of Race: TBD (5 cautions).Provisional Starters: none.Eibach Spring Forward Award: Hejna (advanced 9 positions).FK Rod Ends Hard Charger: Hejna (started 18th, finished 9th).Entries: 21.Next Race: Friday, Aug. 23, Rapid Speedway, Rock Rapids, Iowa.Casey's General Stores USMTS National Championship Points: Sanders 2827, Ramirez 2621, Marriott 2497, Phillips 2306, Gustin 2280, O'Neil 2190, VanderBeek 1799, Kates 1768, Mike Striegel 1706, Joe Duvall 1471.Casey's Hunt for the USMTS National Championship Points: Sanders 945, Ramirez 916, Marriott 866, Phillips 855, O'Neil 620, Saurer 615, Kates 604, Gustin 593, Mari 566, Mike Striegel 544.Grant Junghans USMTS Rookie of the Year Points: Marriott 2055, Mike Striegel 1571, Dustin Hodges 584, Carlos Ahumada Jr. 549, Nathan Hagar 415.USMTS Manufacturers Championship Points: MBCustoms 259, Hughes 249, GRT 194, Rage 191, LG2 180.USMTS Engine Builder of the Year Points: Hatfield 233, Cornett 222, KSE 167, Durham 159, Stoen 127.Contingency Awards:American Racer - Mari.Beyea Custom Headers - VanderBeek.Bryke Racing - Erickson.BSB Manufacturing - Cain.Casey's General Stores - Sorensen.Champ Pans - Sorensen.Deatherage Opticians - Kates.E3 Spark Plugs - Phillips.Edelbrock - Ramirez.Eibach - Hejna.Fast Shafts - Sanders.FK Rod Ends - Hejna.Hooker Harness - Saurer.Integra Racing Shocks & Springs - Ellingson.Jerovetz Motorsports Racing Parts - Ray.K1 RaceGear by Ryan Bowers Motorsports - Cain.Keyser Manufacturing - Mari.KSE Racing Products - Hejna.Maxima Racing Oils - O'Neil.Mesilla Valley Transportation - Cain.Out-Pace Racing Products - Nading.PEM Racing Gears & Drivetrain - Ellingson.QA1 - Elliott.RacerWebsite.com - Sorensen.Simpson Performance Products - Kates.Swift Springs - O'Neil, Elliott.Sybesma Graphics - Marriott.Tire Demon - Ramirez.VP Racing Fuels - O'Neil.Wilwood Disc Brakes - Brown.
  14. Bloomquist and Davenport Star at Mansfield MANSFIELD, Ohio (August 22, 2019) - Scott Bloomquist and Jonathan Davenport claimed feature victories during Thursday night's preliminary program for the 2nd annual Dirt Million - Presented by Arizona Sport Shirts. Scott Bloomquist Wins Duel #1 at Mansfield Heath Lawson Photo Bloomquist, a three-time Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series National Champion won the first 30-lap Duel of the night in the new format instituted for this year's race. Davenport, the two-time and defending series champion held off a trio of drivers in a furious finish in the second 30-lap Duel. Both feature races went caution-free. Bloomquist took the lead at the start of the first feature and sprinted away to easily pick up the win. The win marks his all-time leading 95th Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series career win. Both Josh Richards and Brandon Sheppard tried to track down Bloomquist, but the boss of Team Zero went to Victory Lane for the first-time at Mansfield. With the win, Bloomquist cemented himself into Saturday's 100-lap Dirt Million main event. Richards held off Sheppard to earn the runner-up spot with Michael Norris and Darrell Lanigan rounding out the top five. Bloomquist was elated in Lucas Oil Victory Lane: "The car has felt great after we found out what was wrong with it. We put in on a jig last week and it was pretty far off. We had a pretty good car last week at Batesville. I hope it feels as good here Saturday night. We hot lapped fast tonight, we qualified a little off, and we changed a few things that we didn't like. I want to dedicate this race to Chris [Madden]. I hate it that he got hurt earlier in the week. He should be back in a few weeks." "He [Bloomquist] was in a league of his own," said the runner-up Richards. "There was one time we got caught up in lapped traffic that we were gaining on him just a little bit and that was only because of the lapped cars. We needed to be better. Me and Sheppard had a good race for second. We need to be a little better tomorrow night. This place has always been good to me." The winner's Scott Bloomquist Racing, Bloomquist Race Cars Chassis is powered by a Custom Race Engine and sponsored by: Great America Steak Company, STEEL-IT, Lucas Oil Products, Petroff Towing, Sorbera Chiropractic, VP Race Fuels, Penske Shocks. and Sweet Manufacturing. Completing the top ten were Dennis Erb Jr., Tim McCreadie, Tyler Erb, Gregg Satterlee, and Rick Eckert. Jonathan Davenport Wins Duel #2 at Mansfield Heath Lawson Photo The second duel feature saw Davenport take the lead from Mike Marlar on lap five and hold off a trio of drivers before he could go to Victory Lane for the eleventh time this season with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. Davenport got caught up in lapped traffic and that allowed Chase Junghans, Bobby Pierce, and Ricky Weiss all to close on him in the final ten laps of the race. Junghans passed Weiss for second with four laps to go as Pierce followed topside two laps from the finish. As the four drivers came off of turn four Davenport had traffic on front of him, but he held off a furious charge from the other three competitors for the win. "I was hoping to see the checkered flag sooner. I was looking around and I couldn't really tell if anybody was underneath me. I was trying the bottom and the top. They were two-wide in front of me. I couldn't make the middle work like I could the bottom and the top. I saw Stormy [Scott] down there on the bottom and he was pretty good, so I just tried to stay focused on what I was doing." Junghans came close to scoring his first career Lucas Oil victory with his runner-up finish after starting in sixth. "The only way we were going to win was if JD missed his marks. It was a hornet's nest down there with those lapped cars. I felt good around the bottom in three and four. The track was great once it cleaned off. Hopefully we will get one spot better tomorrow night." The winner's Lance Landers Motorsports, Longhorn Chassis is powered by a Cornett Racing Engine and sponsored by: Nutrien Ag Solutions, ASC Warranty, Penske Racing Shocks, Valvoline, Mega Plumbing of the Carolinas, Spartan Mowers, and Hawkeye Trucks. Completing the top ten were Dale McDowell, Hudson O'Neal, Steve Casebolt, Chris Ferguson, and Jimmy Owens. Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Race Summary Thursday, August 22, 2019 Mansfield Motor Speedway - Mansfield, Ohio Duel 1: Penske Race Shocks Heat Race #1 Finish: Josh Richards, Brandon Sheppard, Tim McCreadie, Gregg Satterlee, Shanon Buckingham, Brian Shirley, Matt Irey, Kent Robinson, Ryan Missler, Ryan Scott FK Rod Ends Heat Race #2 Finish: Michael Norris, Darrell Lanigan, Tyler Erb ®, Gordy Gundaker, Jared Landers, Max Blair, Billy Moyer, Jr., Donald McIntosh, Justin Chance Simpson Race Products Heat Race #3 Finish: Scott Bloomquist, Dennis Erb, Jr., Rick Eckert, Earl Pearson, Jr., Doug Drown, Mike Benedum, Johnny Scott, Jason Miller, Zack Dohm-DNS Duel 2: Lucas Oil Products Penetrating Oil Heat Race #1 Finish: Mike Marlar, Chase Junghans, Dale McDowell, Chris Ferguson, Brandon Overton, David Scott, Stormy Scott, Brett Bee, Dan Angelicchio-DNS, Dave Hess, Jr.-DNS Sunoco Race Fuels Heat Race #2 Finish: Jonathan Davenport, Kyle Bronson, Jimmy Owens, Billy Moyer, Steve Casebolt, Mason Zeigler, Shane Clanton, Boom Briggs, Steve Sabo Arizona Sport Shirts Heat Race #3 Finish: Ricky Weiss, Bobby Pierce, Hudson O'Neal, Devin Moran ®, Shannon Babb, Eddie Carrier, Jr., Greg Oakes, Robby Hensley, Ryan Markham Duel 1: Lucas Oil Products Red "N" Tacky Spray Grease B-Main Finish: Billy Moyer, Jr., Kent Robinson, Johnny Scott, Matt Irey, Donald McIntosh, Ryan Missler, Justin Chance, Jason Miller, Ryan Scott, Zack Dohm-DNS Duel 2: FAST Shafts B-Main Finish: Shane Clanton, Stormy Scott, Greg Oakes, Boom Briggs, Robby Hensley, Dan Angelicchio, Brett Bee, Steve Sabo-DNS, Ryan Markham-DNS, Dave Hess, Jr.-DNS Duel 1: Lucas Oil Feature Finish (30 Laps): FINISH START CAR # DRIVER NAME HOMETOWN EARNINGS 1 1 0 Scott Bloomquist Mooresburg, TN $10,000 2 3 14 Josh Richards Shinnston, WV $5,000 3 4 1S Brandon Sheppard New Berlin, IL $2,000 4 2 5 Michael Norris Sarver, PA $1,000 5 6 29 Darrell Lanigan Union, KY $900 6 5 28 Dennis Erb, Jr. Carpentersville, IL $800 7 7 39 Tim McCreadie Watertown, NY $750 8 8 1T Tyler Erb ® New Waverly, TX $700 9 10 22 Gregg Satterlee Indiana, PA $650 10 9 0E Rick Eckert York, PA $600 11 13 50 Shanon Buckingham Morristown, TN $590 12 12 1 Earl Pearson, Jr. Jacksonville, FL $580 13 14 777 Jared Landers Batesville, AR $570 14 17 111 Max Blair Centerville, PA $560 15 16 3s Brian Shirley Chatham, IL $550 16 20 7R Kent Robinson Bloomington, IN $540 17 15 12d Doug Drown Wooster, OH $530 18 18 8Bx Mike Benedum Salem, WV $520 19 19 21JR Billy Moyer, Jr. Batesville, AR $510 20 11 11G Gordy Gundaker St. Charles, MO $500 DUEL 1: Race Statistics Entrants: 56 Lap Leaders: Scott Bloomquist (Laps 1 - 30) Wrisco Feature Winner: Scott Bloomquist Margin of Victory: 0.702 seconds Cautions: n/a Series Provisionals: n/a Optima Batteries Hard Charger of the Race: Chase Junghans (Advanced 4 Positions) Midwest Sheet Metal Spoiler Challenge Point Leader: Jonathan Davenport Allstar Performance Power Move of the Race: Shanon Buckingham Sunoco Race for Gas Highest Finisher: Josh Richards Eibach Springs Rookie of the Race: Tyler Erb COMP Cams Engine Builder of the Race: Custom Race Engines Ohlins Shocks Chassis Builder of the Race: Sweet-Bloomquist Race Cars Outerwears Crew Chief of the Race: Rob Jette (Scott Bloomquist) Dirty Girl Racewear Fastest Lap of the Race: Scott Bloomquist (Lap #2 - 17.830 seconds) Hot Rod Processing Tough Break of the Race: Zack Dohm STEEL-IT Most Laps Led: Scott Bloomquist (30 Laps) PFC Brakes Pole Award: Scott Bloomquist Time of Race: 54 minutes 25 seconds Duel 2: Lucas Oil Feature Finish (30 Laps): FINISH START CAR # DRIVER NAME HOMETOWN EARNINGS 1 3 49 Jonathan Davenport Blairsville, GA $10,000 2 6 18J Chase Junghans Manhattan, KS $5,000 3 5 32P Bobby Pierce Oakwood, IL $2,000 4 2 7w Ricky Weiss Headingley, MB $1,000 5 1 157 Mike Marlar Winfield, TN $900 6 7 18m Dale McDowell Chickamauga, GA $800 7 9 71 Hudson O'Neal Martinsville, IN $750 8 14 C9 Steve Casebolt Richmond, IN $700 9 10 22F Chris Ferguson Mount Holly, NC $650 10 8 20 Jimmy Owens Newport, TN $600 11 12 1M Devin Moran ® Dresden, OH $590 12 13 2 Brandon Overton Evans, GA $580 13 11 21 Billy Moyer Batesville, AR $570 14 15 18 Shannon Babb Mowequa, IL $560 15 19 25 Shane Clanton Zebulon, GA $550 16 4 40B Kyle Bronson Brandon, FL $540 17 16 4s David Scott Garland, PA $530 18 17 25Z Mason Zeigler Chalk Hill, PA $520 19 20 2s Stormy Scott Las Cruses, NM $510 20 18 28c Eddie Carrier, Jr. Salt Rock, WV $500 DUEL 2: Race Statistics Entrants : 56 Lap Leaders: Mike Marlar (Laps 1 - 4); Jonathan Davenport (Laps 5 - 30) Wrisco Feature Winner: Chris Madden Margin of Victory: 0.551 seconds Cautions: n/a Series Provisionals: n/a Optima Batteries Hard Charger of the Race: Steve Casebolt (Advanced 8 Positions) Midwest Sheet Metal Spoiler Challenge Point Leader: Jonathan Davenport Allstar Performance Power Move of the Race: Chase Junghans Sunoco Race for Gas Highest Finisher: Chase Junghans Eibach Springs Rookie of the Race: Devin Moran COMP Cams Engine Builder of the Race: Cornett Race Engines Ohlins Shocks Chassis Builder of the Race: Longhorn Chassis Outerwears Crew Chief of the Race: Jason Durham (Jonathan Davenport) Dirty Girl Racewear Fastest Lap of the Race: Jonathan Davenport (Lap #6 - 18.403 seconds) Hot Rod Processing Tough Break of the Race: Dave Hess Jr. STEEL-IT Most Laps Led: Jonathan Davenport (26 Laps) PFC Brakes Pole Award: Mike Marlar Time of Race: 54 minutes 25 seconds DIRT MILLION NIGHT 1 Point Totals: POS CAR# DRIVER POINTS 1 0 Scott Bloomquist 250 2 49 Jonathan Davenport 250 3 14 Josh Richards 248 4 18J Chase Junghans 248 5 1S Brandon Sheppard 246 6 32P Bobby Pierce 246 7 5 Michael Norris 244 8 7w Ricky Weiss 244 9 29 Darrell Lanigan 242 10 157 Mike Marlar 242 11 18m Dale McDowell 240 12 28 Dennis Erb, Jr. 240 13 39 Tim McCreadie 238 14 71 Hudson O'Neal 238 15 1T Tyler Erb ® 236 16 C9 Steve Casebolt 236 17 22 Gregg Satterlee 234 18 22F Chris Ferguson 234 19 20 Jimmy Owens 232 20 0E Rick Eckert 232 21 1M Devin Moran ® 230 22 50 Shanon Buckingham 230 23 1 Earl Pearson, Jr. 228 24 2 Brandon Overton 228 25 777 Jared Landers 226 26 21 Billy Moyer 226 27 111 Max Blair 224 28 18 Shannon Babb 224 29 3s Brian Shirley 222 30 25 Shane Clanton 222 31 40B Kyle Bronson 220 32 7R Kent Robinson 220 33 12d Doug Drown 218 34 4s David Scott 218 35 8Bx Mike Benedum 216 36 25Z Mason Zeigler 216 37 21JR Billy Moyer, Jr. 214 38 2s Stormy Scott 214 39 11G Gordy Gundaker 212 40 28c Eddie Carrier, Jr. 212 41 1st Johnny Scott 206 42 22G Greg Oakes 206 43 7m Donald McIntosh 204 44 99B Boom Briggs 204 45 36 Matt Irey 202 46 21H Robby Hensley 202 47 50Y Ryan Missler 200 48 14A Dan Angelicchio 200 49 92 Justin Chance 198 50 8b Brett Bee 198 51 94M Jason Miller 196 52 0R Ryan Scott 194 53 16 Steve Sabo 150 54 17d Zack Dohm 100 55 5m Ryan Markham 50 56 44 Dave Hess, Jr. 50
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    we have been running the same 10 inch pull offs all season long on two cars .down south . . we would most likely wipe them out at hmp . .but the cost is cheap and we would not have a problem running under dirt rules ..at that track ..would be fun .and would show up .
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    As much as I would like to see the pro/streetstock cars racing , it just doesn't look to promising. If they allowed Novas to run with the factory stock class, my car would pass ( all parts in stock location). But, all I own are 602 crates, which are not allowed. Then again , no need to start changing rules to accommodate one or two cars.
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    when they opened up sas again my super was in the hunt when they let this go that go Houston crates pushing me down the straights.it was not the same class that they started out with.the dirt cars quit coming at that was that.need to get rules and stick by them
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    Ask any spectator in the grandstands if they can tell the difference between the cars in the Super Stock class, and the Outlaw Stock class. The answer will be NO! There are barely enough cars to make a decent class even with them combined. I have not had a car in the program, but I know a lot about racing. All of my racing experience is on on dirt track, but I have been a regular spectator at HMP for a long time. The only reason that those two classes are two different classes is because of all of the whining, and crying from the people who race those two classes (all 6 or 7 of them). Combining the two into one class, and tweaking the rules a little bit is a NO-BRAINER! It is totally ridiculous to run two separate classes of indentical cars who only have a handful of cars in each class. The two classes could be run together, and scored separately even. At least that would put a decent car count on the track.
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    17th said all classes didn't see there results.
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    I think if you allowed Novas, eight or ten inch tires, any non-quick change rear end, and headers, and reduced the allowable cam to what is in the Factories, the classes would combine.
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    Looking for an enclosed tag trailer 28' or larger, or gooseneck with living quarters. I have a boat to trade or cash or both. PM me with what you got.
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    The last full season that we ran the pro stock class we started off the season with a new set of tires. After that we ran nothing but 8" pulloffs from a modified team . We wasn't the fastest , but for two races, the times didn't fall off much at all. $80 a set. Used about 5-6 gallons of fuel a night. Ran mostly stock parts , nothing fancy. And had a good season. And a whole lot cheaper than a current factory stock. Still pulling for the pro/streetstock class. I know it's not a crossover class, but there are a few setting around waiting for the word.
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  25. JOIN US for HIGH-SPEED DRAMA of the SPRINT CAR BANDITS “FALL SHOOTOUT 25” at 82 SPEEDWAY – SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th, 8pm! Petty, TX (8/22/19) - Next up for the 360 C.I. Sprint Car Bandits® series is a return to the very popular and sprawling (in every respect) ¼ mile of 82 Speedway, located about 15 minutes west of Paris, directly on Hwy 82 in Petty Texas. The event will pay $2,000 to win and down to $300/start with the running of the “Fall Shootout 25” presented by www.FixYourGenerator.com on Saturday September 28th at 7pm. All six divisions of 82 Speedway will be in competition as well, paying very solid purse structures (see below). Fans can expect a full field of many of the region's best dirt track racers to be on hand. A :30 second look ahead: 82 Speedway track owner, Tracy Peters, had recently suffered the loss of his father, Paul “Patsy” Peters, and Paul’s birthday was on October 12th. 82 Speedway already had a race scheduled for that night, except now it’s going to become the massive $30,000 Paul Peters Memorial event; featuring $2,000 to win each in the Sprint Car Bandits and Touring Outlaw Modified divisions, plus $1,200 to win each in the Factory Stock & Limited Modified divisions! Paul was known to have a big personality and an even bigger presence, so it’s only fitting to have an event of this magnitude in his honor. Paul was heavily involved throughout the years with several drivers in several divisions, and this huge event will help to celebrate the memory of his life in racing. If you are an individual or business that would like to help build this event even further, please email Darin at dssm93@msn.com for details. A complete event flyer and press release will be posted in the days to come. Back to September 28th: If you’ve yet to visit 82 Speedway, it is much closer to DFW than a lot of people think and is NOT the old Paris Speedway southeast of Paris. As a point of reference, including a quick fuel stop, you can get from the intersection of Bass Pro Shops/I-30/Bush in Garland to 82 Speedway in 80 minutes. TRACK DIRECTIONS: Track is located about 1 mile east of Petty Texas right on Hwy 82, which is about 20 minutes east of Bonham and 15 minutes west of Paris. 16369 US Hwy 82 Petty, TX 75470. For track and details, go to www.82speedway.com or www.Facebook.com/82Speedway . I like to call 82 Speedway ‘The Land of the XL.’ Translated, everything is XL size, such as the 60’ racing surface that is .26 miles on the pole (1/4 mile) then in the groove right at 1/3 mile. There are no walls around the entire track – with lots of runoff space wherever you’re racing, which leads to less tore up equipment. Over-sized grandstands that each have 0% obstructed viewing from whatever spot you choose to view from. Huge spectator and pit parking areas will greet everyone on their arrival. Track owners, Shelley and Tracy Peters who are some of the nicest people you’ll ever come across, and they have been reinvesting in the permanent structure of the facility since they purchased it last year. Bottom line, if you haven’t been there, here’s your chance on Saturday, September 28th! A full line-up of 82 Speedway racing divisions will be joining the 360C.I. sprint cars, including open comp Modifieds racing for $1,000 to win, Texas Stocks, Limited Modifieds, Factory Stocks (all racing for $500/win); along with Eco Mods & Stocks (each $300/win). Come early for Fan Fest at 6:30pm, with the first green flag set for around 7:30pm (track packing and hot laps are at 7pm). Adult G.A. tickets (sold at gate on race day only) are $17, with kids 6-11 $5. Pit passes are $35, with ages 5 and under $15. Seniors/Military are $15. Click www.82Speedway.com for more details, and interact on Facebook @82Speedway JOIN US EARLY for SCB FAN FEST! It's free and you get to meet the drivers and the teams, plus purchase team apparel, get selfies, get your apparel autographed; etc.! -Pits Open by 4pm, Grandstands 5:30pm -Sprint Pit Meeting/Cutoff 6:15pm -82 Draw Cutoff 6:30, Pit Meeting 6:45 -Fan Fest 6:30-7pm -Track Packing & Hot Laps 7pm; Racing to Follow Immediately -Adult GA $17, Kids 6-11 $5 - Pit Passes $35 (Pits for Ages 5 and under are $15) Here’s the purse structure for the SCB “Fall Shootout 25” presented by www.FixYourGenerator.com feature: $2,000 – 1,000 – 600 – 500 – 400 – 390 – 380 – 370 – 360 – 350 – 340 – 330 – 320 – 310 – 300…to start. All non-qualifiers or non-starters will each receive $100. There is no entry fee, no series membership fee and a $20 nightly draw fee. Drivers should go to www.SprintCarBandits.com prior to arrival for complete rules and procedures information…which will all be in effect. This is also part of the www.SmileysRacing.com 4 Pack Bonus program that awards the SCB Fierce 15 teams with added bonus money, paid out for their support of the Series in increments of each ‘4 Pack’ of SCB events completed throughout the season. More details are posted at the series website. This is the 4th event in this 4-pack, which will award each of the Fierce 15 members an added bonus of $100 just for making all four events (Monarch, BCS, KSP & 82). The www.KoolTrikes.com SCB heat races will set the feature race lineup through passing points – straight up, with no inverting. Here's the purse structure & details for Saturday September 28th at 82 Speedway. Transponders & RaceCeivers required in all divisions (track rental is available): Factory Stock, Texas Stocks & Limited Modifieds (same purse structure, each division) features: $500 – 300 – 200 – 160 – 120 – 100 – 90 – 80 – 70 – 60…to start. See details below. Eco Mods & Eco Stocks (same purse structure each division): $300 – 200 – 160 – 120 – 100 – 80 – 70 – 60 – 50…to start. See details below. 82 Modifieds: $1,000 – 600 – 400 – 300 – 200 – 160 – 120 – 100…to start. No draw fee or entry fee. See details below. Regarding 82 Speedway divisions: Non-qualifiers or non-starters will receive $30 each in all divisions. If a driver chooses to compete in more than one division on the same night, the driver must purchase an additional pit pass per division entered. On regularly scheduled events, if 11 or fewer cars in a division are signed in, the posted purse structure for that division on that night will start at 2nd place pay and continue down from that point on. If the races rain out before the completion of the heat races, hold on to your ticket stub, as it will be valid for the next scheduled race of same ticket price value (in other words, if tickets that night were $15, the next event you will have a $15 credit when you redeem your ticket stub from the previous event). The exact same procedure will be in effect regarding pit passes. If the races rain out after the heat races, the event is considered complete, and any remaining races will not be rescheduled and all drivers will receive start money for their scheduled division that night (for any of the feature events that rained out). There will be no grandstand tickets valid for a future date if races are rained out after the completion of heat races. Note to drivers: all race teams must run Westhold transponders and RaceCeivers. Track rental is available. Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for the latest in series news and where the DARE TO BE DIFFERENT Tour is headed to next. You can also reach the SCB on Facebook, at www.Facebook.com/SprintCarBandits . Click www.82Speedway.com or www.Facebook.com/82Speedway for more track details, schedules and news. Thanks again to Shelley and Tracy Peters & staff for bringing us all such a FANtastic place to enjoy quality dirt track racing events!
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