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  2. Hahn Holds Off Hafertepe In Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series Battle At Big Sky Speedway Finale by Bryan Hulbert BILLINGS, Mont. (July 20, 2019) Battling down the final feet of Saturday's Battle At Big Sky Speedway with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, Blake Hahn held off the hard-charging No. 15h of Sam Hafertepe, Jr. for his second SawBlade.com A-Feature victory of the 2019 season. "We really needed this. Since Dirt Cup, we've really been struggling. I just can't say enough about this team for sticking with me. Our sponsors, just everyone who keeps us going; thank you," stated Hahn who held off Sam Hafertepe, Jr, by 0.090 seconds for his sixth career victory with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network. Taking the lead from Roger Crockett in traffic on the sixth lap, the No. 11 held the runner-up spot until Lap 13 with Hafertepe, from ninth, closing quickly on Hahn to battle for the lead. All over the No. 52 with the pair locked in high-speed chess through lapped traffic, Hahn made several close moves to get distance on Hafertepe but could not shake the Hills Racing No. 15h. Several times looking at the top spot, Hahn kept point as the race stopped on Lap 18 for a crash that saw Kory Wermling flipping violently down the front straightaway. Collecting fourth running John Carney II in the chaos, both drivers were unharmed but done for the night. To the green following the closed red, clean air was to Hahn's benefit with the No. 52 putting substantial distance on the field. Back into slower traffic in less than five laps, Hahn would be forced to vacate the cushion, allowing Hafertepe to start cutting away at his advantage. Cleared of slower traffic with two laps to run, the top two ran nose to tail with Hafertepe going for the lead as the pair raced to the white flag. On the slower car of Robbie Price on the closing lap, Hahn rolled the bottom of the final two turns to protect the slide, but that move allowed Hafertepe to rip the lip of the Big Sky Speedway. Sliding off the bottom at the apex of the fourth turn, the pair swapped lines to the front straightaway with inches to spare, but the move was just enough to scrub off enough of Hafertepe's momentum at the drop of the checkered flag. On the race to the checkered flag, Blake stated, "When you have Sam [Hafertepe] coming after you for the lead, you can't make a mistake. You have to be defensive, and traffic made it tough to do that. I saw Sam's nose and I just drove it in hard and really, I didn't know if I needed to go to the top in three and four or not. I decided to protect the bottom and really, that was probably the wrong choice, but luckily we were able to drag him down the front straightaway." Sam Hafertepe, Jr. in second leads the tour standings by 91 markers coming out of the Battle at Big Sky Speedway. His 88th career podium finish, the No. 15h was trailed to the line by Roger Crockett, who struggled to clear the lapped cars that were woven through the restart on Lap 18. Battling the final five laps with Matt Covington, Jordon Mallett and Harli White, the No, 95 of Covington crossed fourth with Jordon Mallett fifth. Rolling through the field from 15th, Harli White was the night's Hard Charger in sixth. Canada's Kelly Miller was seventh with Scott Bogucki making a huge rebound after suffering a flat tire that sent the No. 28 to the work area while the field re-fired on Lap 18. Ned Powers made up five spots to finish ninth with Robbie Price completing the top ten as the final car on the lead lap. A field of 28 drivers returned for the second night of the Battle at the Big Sky Speedway. SCE Gaskets Heat Races were won by Scott Bogucki, John Carney II, Roger Crockett, and Kelly Miller. The night's BMRS B-Feature was won by Damon McCune. No provisional starts were used. Next up for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network is the 29th annual My Place Hotels ASCS 360 Knoxville Nationals presented by Great Southern Bank, happening August 1-3 at the famed Knoxville Raceway. The $15,000 to win, $1,000 to start affair was topped by Terry McCarl in 2018. Tickets are on sale at https://www.knoxvilleraceway.com. For other news, notes, and information on the American Sprint Car Series, from the National Tour to any of the nine Regional Tours that make up ASCS Nation in 2019, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, on Instagram, and on Twitter (@LucasOilASCS). Race Results: Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV ASCS Frontier Region Big Sky Speedway (Billings, Mont.) Battle at Big Sky Saturday, July 20, 2019 Car Count: 28 Event Count: 29 SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Top 16 in Passing Points advance to the A-Feature) Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 77X-Alex Hill, [1]; 2. 28-Scott Bogucki, [2]; 3. 33-Robert DeHaan, [4]; 4. 3-Jordan Milne, [6]; 5. 77-Damon McCune, [3]; 6. 88-Travis Reber, [5]; 7. 2-Shad Petersen, [7] Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. J2-John Carney II, [5]; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett, [4]; 3. 38B-Bryan Brown, [6]; 4. 1M-Willie Hernandez Jr, [2]; 5. 12H-Tony Bruce Jr, [1]; 6. 2X-Tucker Doughty, [3]; 7. 19-Jalen Powers, [7] Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 11-Roger Crockett, [2]; 2. 21P-Robbie Price, [3]; 3. 95-Matt Covington, [4]; 4. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, [7]; 5. 11M-Mindy McCune, [1]; 6. 35M-Cody Masse, [6]; 7. 2M-Mike Manwill, [5] Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 2JR-Kelly Miller, [1]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn, [6]; 3. 0-Ned Powers, [3]; 4. 17W-Harli White, [5]; 5. 9K-Kory Wermling, [2]; 6. 0J-Jeremy McCune, [7]; 7. 37-Trever Kirkland, [4] BMRS B-Feature (Top 6 advance to the A-Feature) B Feature (12 Laps): 1. 77-Damon McCune, [2]; 2. 2X-Tucker Doughty, [6]; 3. 0J-Jeremy McCune, [1]; 4. 9K-Kory Wermling, [3]; 5. 35M-Cody Masse, [4]; 6. 11M-Mindy McCune, [5]; 7. 37-Trever Kirkland, [10]; 8. 88-Travis Reber, [7]; 9. 2-Shad Petersen, [9]; 10. 2M-Mike Manwill, [8]; (DNS) 12H-Tony Bruce Jr, ; (DNS) 19-Jalen Powers, Sawblade.com A-Feature A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn, [2]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, [9]; 3. 11-Roger Crockett, [1]; 4. 95-Matt Covington, [12]; 5. 14-Jordon Mallett, [3]; 6. 17W-Harli White, [15]; 7. 2JR-Kelly Miller, [5]; 8. 28-Scott Bogucki, [10]; 9. 0-Ned Powers, [14]; 10. 21P-Robbie Price, [8]; 11. 77X-Alex Hill, [6]; 12. 0J-Jeremy McCune, [19]; 13. 2X-Tucker Doughty, [18]; 14. 77-Damon McCune, [17]; 15. 11M-Mindy McCune, [22]; 16. 3-Jordan Milne, [13]; 17. 38B-Bryan Brown, [7]; 18. 35M-Cody Masse, [21]; 19. 1M-Willie Hernandez Jr, [16]; 20. (DNF) 33-Robert DeHaan, [11]; 21. (DNF) J2-John Carney II, [4]; 22. (DNF) 9K-Kory Wermling, [20] Lap Leader(s): Roger Crockett 1-6; Blake Hahn 7-30 Hard Charger: Harli White +9 High Point Driver: John Carney II Provisional(s): N/A 2019 National Tour Driver Standings (Top 15): 1. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 2,710; 2. Blake Hahn 2,619; 3. Matt Covington 2,575; 4. Scott Bogucki 2,558; 5. John Carney II 2,551; 6. Roger Crockett 2,457; 7. Robbie Price 2,301; 8. Harli White 2,274; 9. Jordon Mallett 2,192; 10. Alex Hill 2,027; 11. Tucker Doughty 2,011 12. Jamie Ball 1,063; 13. Seth Bergman 826; 14. Travis Reber 699; 15. Jason Solwold 633; 2019 Race Winners: Sam Hafertepe, Jr. - 7 (5/17 - I-96 Speedway; 5/18 - I-96 Speedway; 5/25 - Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/5 - Lawton Speedway; 6/8 - Salina Speedway; 7/12 - Gallatin Speedway; 7/19 - Big Sky Speedway); Blake Hahn - 2 (6/20 - Skagit Speedway; 7/20 - Big Sky Speedway); Scott Bogucki - 2 (6/14 - Brown County Speedway; 6/15 - Black Hills Speedway); Thomas Kennedy - 2 (4/25 - Eagle Raceway, 4/26 - U.S. 36 Raceway); John Carney II - 1 (5/26 - Lake Ozark Speedway); Travis Rilat - 1 (6/4 - Devil's Bowl Speedway); Roger Crockett - 1 (6/21 - Skagit Speedway); Robbie Price - 1 (6/22 - Skagit Speedway); Devon Borden - 1 (6/28 - Grays Harbor Raceway); Matt Covington - 1(6/29 - Grays Harbor Raceway); Weather-Related Cancellations - 9: Devil's Bowl Speedway (3/15 and 3/16); Williams Grove Speedway (5/3); Selinsgrove Speedway (5/4); Lakeside Speedway (5/9); I-30 Speedway (5/11); Route 66 Motor Speedway (6/1); Creek County Speedway (6/6); Gallatin Speedway (7/13) ASCS Online: American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs (@lucasoilascs) Instagram: LucasOilASCS Audio Broadcast: http://www.racinboys.com Live-Scoring (Where Applicable): MRP Live ASCS National Tour Drivers Online: Jamie Ball (Knoxville, IA): http://www.jamieball.com/default.aspx?i=false Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA.): http://www.sethbergmanracing.com Scott Bogucki (McLaren Vale, S. Aust.): https://www.facebook.com/ScottBogucki89 John Carney II (El Paso, TX): https://www.facebook.com/JohnCarneyRacing Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK): http://www.mattcovingtonracing.com Roger Crockett (Broken Arrow, OK): http://www.rocketdesignsllc.com Tucker Doughty (Rockwall, TX): https://twitter.com/tuckerdoughty Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (Sunnyvale, TX): http://www.sam15.com Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK): http://www.blakehahnracing.com Alex Hill (Six Nations, Ontario, Can.): https://twitter.com/alexhill77x Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR): https://www.facebook.com/jordonmallettmotorsports Chris Martin (Ankeny, IA): https://twitter.com/cmr_44?lang=en Robbie Price (Cobble Hill, BC, Can.): http://www.bdsmotorsportsllc.com Harli White (Lindsay, OK): http://www.harliwhiteracing.net
  3. $53,000 Prize Goes to Bobby Pierce GREENWOOD, Nebr. (July 20, 2019) - Bobby Pierce got his redemption at I-80 Speedway - scoring the biggest win of his career on Saturday night in the Imperial Tile 9th annual Silver Dollar Nationals. Pierce's first Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series win of the season came exactly one year after he suffered the heartbreak of losing the race lead with three laps to go due to mechanical issues. Pierce took the lead from Chris Madden for the final time on lap 66 and cruised on for the victory to become the twelfth different winner this year on the tour. Madden wound up in second. Brandon Sheppard got around Scott Bloomquist late in the race to take third ahead of Bloomquist and hard-charging Dale McDowell in fifth. The event continued the tradition of exciting racing at I-80 Speedway with nine lead changes during the 80-lap affair. Tim McCreadie led the first 30 laps until Pierce took over the point for one circuit. Pierce who started sixth then yielded the lead back to McCreadie on lap 32. Madden was on the move early on reaching third on lap 32 after starting fourteenth on the grid. Madden then went for the lead, taking it away from McCreadie on lap 33. Madden held the top spot until lap 39 when Pierce regained control. Pierce was on top of the scoring pylon for six laps until once again Madden flexed his muscles and wrestled away the lead. Madden started to pull away from Pierce momentarily, but Pierce regrouped and tracked Madden down, finally overhauling him on lap 59. A caution with 20 laps to go allowed Madden to once again pick up the lead over Pierce. Pierce picked up his speed and momentum for the final time using the outside to pass Madden with fourteen laps remaining in the race and sailed on to the win. In Lucas Oil Victory Lane for the tenth time in his career, the 22-year-old Pierce was ecstatic. "Thanks to all the fans for coming out and thanks to Joe Kosiski for all he does for the fans and the racers. It is awesome what he is doing. Jeff Hoker and Mike Berger are here tonight, thanks to them for their support." "I felt really good. I had some trouble on the restarts. My dad was showing me different signals and wanting me to do more stuff out there. Luckily there wasn't a caution with a few laps to go because it really could have been interesting. It's the biggest win of my career. There were times tonight I didn't think it was going to happen. Thanks to my crew for keeping the bolts tight on everything." Madden came home the runner-up after leading for 26 laps. "It feels good to be back in the car. Cody Sommer and Scott [Bloomquist] have put their hearts into this giving us everything we needed. What an awesome job they have done the last three days down here in this heat. We never gave up and to come home with a second-place finish I am proud of everyone with the team. He [Pierce] puts his car in positions I am not sure anyone else can. He earned the win." After starting eighth, Sheppard rallied in the final fourteen laps to claim a podium finish. "My car just wasn't where I wanted it to be on the cushion. I felt like we couldn't run down low on the track, like several could. The restarts definitely helped me out. We were good when we restarted on the top, but on the bottom, we weren't nearly as good. Congrats tom Bobby and Chris, it was a lot of fun racing out there." The winner's Bob Pierce Racing, Rocket Chassis is powered by a Pro Power Racing Engine and sponsored by: Hoker Trucking, Allgayer, Inc., Mesilla Valley Transportation, Digital Copy Systems, Premier Waste Services, Border Tire, First Spear, Keyser Manufacturing, Budda Bert Transmissions, and Velocita. Completing the top ten were Jonathan Davenport, Tim McCreadie, Mike Marlar, Devin Moran, and Dennis Erb Jr. Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Race Summary Friday and Saturday, July 19-20, 2019 Imperial Tile 9th annual Silver Dollar Nationals I-80 Speedway - Greenwood, Nebr. Round 1: Penske Race Shocks Heat Race #1 Finish: Earl Pearson, Jr., Cody Laney, Corey Zeitner, Kyle Bronson, Michael Norris, Dennis Erb, Jr., JC Wyman, Andrew Kosiski, Rece Vaught, Stormy Scott FK Rod Ends Heat Race #2 Finish: Tim McCreadie, Allan Hopp, Tyler Bruening, Jimmy Owens, Chad Simpson, Shanon Buckingham, Billy Moyer, Jr., Ben Schaller, Blair Nothdurft, Jake Timm Simpson Race Products Heat Race #3 Finish: Chris Madden, Scott Bloomquist, Mike Marlar, Devin Moran ®, Terry Phillips, Hudson O'Neal, Jeremy Grady, Chase Junghans, Scott Ward, Ben Sukup Lucas Oil Products Penetrating Oil Heat Race #4 Finish: Jonathan Davenport, Mason Zeigler, Brandon Sheppard, Nick Deal, Chris Simpson, Dale McDowell, Tad Pospisil, Billy Moyer, Robbie Andersen, Junior Coover Arizona Sports Shirts Heat Race #5 Finish: Bill Leighton, Jr., Tyler Erb ®, Bobby Pierce, Josh Leonard, Shannon Babb, Josh Richards, Ricky Weiss, Dave Eckrich, Al Humphrey Round 2: Penske Race Shocks Heat Race #1 Finish: Jimmy Owens, Bobby Pierce, Brandon Sheppard, Dennis Erb, Jr., Dale McDowell, Chris Madden, Chase Junghans, JC Wyman, Allan Hopp, Al Humphrey FK Rod Ends Heat Race #2 Finish: Billy Moyer, Hudson O'Neal, Tyler Bruening, Nick Deal, Bill Leighton, Jr., Earl Pearson, Jr., Shannon Babb, Stormy Scott, Terry Phillips, Blair Nothdurft Simpson Race Products Heat Race #3 Finish: Devin Moran ®, Josh Richards, Chad Simpson, Scott Bloomquist, Kyle Bronson, Josh Leonard, Tad Pospisil, Cody Laney, Robbie Andersen, Jake Timm Lucas Oil Products Penetrating Oil Heat Race #4 Finish: Mason Zeigler, Billy Moyer, Jr., Michael Norris, Tim McCreadie, Mike Marlar, Dave Eckrich, Andrew Kosiski, Ben Sukup, Junior Coover Arizona Sports Shirts Heat Race #5 Finish: Ricky Weiss, Shanon Buckingham, Tyler Erb ®, Corey Zeitner, Chris Simpson, Jonathan Davenport, Scott Ward, Ben Schaller, Jeremy Grady, Rece Vaught Lucas Oil Products Red "N" Tacky Spray Grease B-Main #1 Finish (Top 4 Transfer): Josh Richards, Kyle Bronson, Dale McDowell, Cody Laney, Nick Deal, Ben Schaller, Dave Eckrich, Allan Hopp, Tad Pospisil, Jake Timm, Billy Moyer, Jeremy Grady, Al Humphrey, Chase Junghans, Rece Vaught, Ben Sukup FAST Shafts B-Main #2 Finish (Top 4 Transfer): Ricky Weiss, Billy Moyer, Jr., Dennis Erb, Jr., Shanon Buckingham, Shannon Babb, Terry Phillips, Chris Simpson, JC Wyman, Josh Leonard, Andrew Kosiski, Blair Nothdurft,Jesse Sobbing, Scott Ward, Junior Coover, Stormy Scott, Robbie Andersen-DNS S&S Showdown Non-Qualifiers Race Finish: Terry Phillips, Billy Moyer, Jake Timm, JC Wyman, Chase Junghans, Andrew Kosiski, Tad Pospisil, Allan Hopp, Chris Simpson, Dave Eckrich, Shannon Babb, Jesse Sobbing, Jeremy Grady, Junior Coover, Scott Ward Lucas Oil Feature Finish (80 Laps): FINISH START CAR # DRIVER NAME HOMETOWN EARNINGS 1 6 32P Bobby Pierce Oakwood, IL $53,000 2 14 0m Chris Madden Gray Court, SC $20,000 3 8 1S Brandon Sheppard New Berlin, IL $10,000 4 9 0 Scott Bloomquist Mooresburg, TN $7,150 5 23 17m Dale McDowell Chickamauga, GA $6,000 6 12 49 Jonathan Davenport Blairsville, GA $6,850 7 2 39 Tim McCreadie Watertown, NY $6,050 8 17 157 Mike Marlar Winfield, TN $4,700 9 3 1M Devin Moran ® Dresden, OH $5,450 10 24 28 Dennis Erb, Jr. Carpentersville, IL $4,000 11 4 20 Jimmy Owens Newport, TN $4,850 12 26 50 Shanon Buckingham Morristown, TN $4,450 13 27 2s Stormy Scott Las Cruses, NM $4,100 14 20 7w Ricky Weiss Headingley, MB $3,200 15 18 71 Hudson O'Neal Martinsville, IN $3,850 16 19 14 Josh Richards Shinnston, WV $3,850 17 11 1 Earl Pearson, Jr. Jacksonville, FL $3,850 18 21 40B Kyle Bronson Brandon, FL $3,550 19 29 98 Ben Schaller Omaha, NE $2,600 20 16 1c Chad Simpson Mt. Vernon, IA $2,500 21 13 19 Corey Zeitner Omaha, NE $2,400 22 25 32B Cody Laney Torrance, CA $2,300 23 7 16T Tyler Bruening Decorah, IA $2,250 24 22 21JR Billy Moyer, Jr. Batesville, AR $3,050 25 5 1T Tyler Erb ® New Waverly, TX $3,100 26 1 25Z Mason Zeigler Chalk Hill, PA $2,100 27 15 5 Michael Norris Sarver, PA $2,075 28 31 75 Terry Phillips Springfield, MO $2,050 29 10 24x Bill Leighton, Jr. LaVista, NE $2,025 30 30 1J Josh Leonard Gibbon, NE $2,000 31 28 55d Nick Deal Harlan, IA $2,000 32 32 49T Jake Timm Winona, MN $2,000 Race Statistics Entrants: 50 Lap Leaders: Tim McCreadie (Laps 1 - 30); Bobby Pierce (Lap 31); Tim McCreadie (Lap 32); Chris Madden (Laps 33 - 38); Bobby Pierce (Laps 39 - 43); Chris Madden (Laps 44 - 59); Bobby Pierce (Lap 60); Chris Madden (Laps 61 - 65); Bobby Pierce (Laps 66 - 80) Wrisco Feature Winner: Bobby Pierce Margin of Victory: 3.382 seconds Cautions: Nick Deal (Lap 12); Bill Leighton Jr. (Lap 17); Debris (Lap 25); Ricky Weiss (Lap 32); Tyler Erb (39); Hudson O'Neal (Lap42); Mason Zeigler (Lap 43); Billy Moyer Jr (Lap 60) Series Provisionals: Stormy Scott Miller Welders Highest Passing Points Provisional: Nick Deal I-80 Speedway Track Provisionals: Ben Schaller, Josh Leonard Optima Batteries Hard Charger of the Race: Dale McDowell (Advanced 18 Positions) Midwest Sheet Metal Spoiler Challenge Point Leader: Jonathan Davenport Allstar Performance Power Move of the Race: Brandon Sheppard Sunoco Race for Gas Highest Finisher: Brandon Sheppard Eibach Springs Rookie of the Race: Devin Moran COMP Cams Engine Builder of the Race: Pro Power Racing Engines Ohlins Shocks Chassis Builder of the Race: Rocket Chassis Outerwears Crew Chief of the Race: Shane McDowell (Dale McDowell) Dirty Girl Racewear Fastest Lap of the Race: Tim McCreadie (Lap #1 - 19.0259 seconds) Hot Rod Processing Tough Break of the Race: Tim McCreadie STEEL-IT Most Laps Led: Chris Madden (31 Laps) PFC Brakes Pole Award: Mason Zeigler Time of Race: 58 minutes 55 seconds Lucas Oil Championship Point Standings: POS CAR # DRIVER NAME HOMETOWN POINTS EARNINGS 1 49 Jonathan Davenport Blairsville, GA 5640 $196,325 2 14 Josh Richards Shinnston, WV 5110 $99,950 3 1T Tyler Erb ® New Waverly, TX 5025 $121,275 4 39 Tim McCreadie Watertown, NY 4975 $84,550 5 1 Earl Pearson, Jr. Jacksonville, FL 4960 $99,925 6 20 Jimmy Owens Newport, TN 4940 $109,750 7 1M Devin Moran ® Dresden, OH 4885 $76,925 8 71 Hudson O'Neal Martinsville, IN 4675 $89,600 9 40B Kyle Bronson Brandon, FL 4240 $63,800 10 50 Shanon Buckingham Morristown, TN 4235 $57,900 11 2s Stormy Scott Las Cruses, NM 3960 $40,625 12 21JR Billy Moyer, Jr. Batesville, AR 3930 $43,650 13 5 Don O'Neal Martinsville, IN 3345 $45,150 14 0 Scott Bloomquist Mooresburg, TN 3000 $30,900 *Results are unofficial until Close of Business on the Tuesday following Race Day*
  4. Brad Sweet wins $175,000 Kings Royal at Eldora Speedway - Sweet wins the biggest purse in Sprint Car history and his second Kings Royal victory ROSSBURG, OH – July 20, 2019 – Flaming towers burst into the air around the prestigious wooden throne. It was a signal. A celebration. The throne had a new king. King Brad Sweet. DB3Inc photo “Holy shit! Yeah!” Sweet yelled with the last few pockets of air in his lungs. The Grass Valley, Calif.-native won his second Kings Royal at Eldora Speedway Saturday night. And this time it paid an unprecedented $175,000 to win. “A hundred and seventy-five mother grand!” Sweet bellowed out once he regained his breath. Since the inception of the prestigious event in 1984, it has always paid $50,000 – which was still one of the largest paying purses for Sprint Car racing in the country last year. But for the 36th year of the race, track owner Tony Stewart raised it to be the largest. “Sprint car racers make money based off how they finish,” Sweet said. “When you have a race that pays $175,000 to win and basically $20,000 for second, it’s kind of all or nothing coming in here. I’m a fan of it. It’s nerve-racking. It gets the fans’ attention. It’s what we need in this sport. “It’s intense all night long. All day. Under the red. Basically, if you don’t win the race it’s a missed opportunity. You only get so many of these opportunities. So, I’m just happy and want to cherish the moment.” Claiming his second Kings Royal victory – 11th World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series victory of the year and 45th Series win over all – required Sweet to battle all night long. Battle the competition and battle through the Kings Royal’s 2019 format. He started the long night qualifying 18th, which placed him in the fourth starting position for his Drydene Heat race. With a daring slide job on the first lap to go from fourth to the lead, Sweet cruised to the Heat win. With his Heat race being the first one of the night, under the event’s format, he was placed sixth in the line up for the 40-lap Feature. On the pole was three-time Kings Royal winner Sammy Swindell, in his son Kevin Swindell’s No. 39 car. To his outside was 10-time Series champion and five-time Kings Royal winner Donny Schatz – who had also won two of the last three races at Eldora during the week; Sweet won the other race. Once the final sparks of fireworks fell into the dark of the night and the field of 24-cars filed back in line two-by-two, the anxiety and anticipation of the night was about to fade away with the drop of the green flag. Leading the charge off turn four, Swindell charged to the high side on the start, while Schatz dove underneath him. Swindell had the better run on the top, though, and powered to the lead off turn two. Behind them, Sweet split Cory Eliason and Aaron Reutzel, charging between them down the front stretch and launched to fourth-place in the first corner. Swindell maintained his lead over Schatz for the next three laps, before the first caution of the night flew for Tom Harris coming to a stop on the track. When the race went back green Sweet threw another massive slide job into turn one, going from fourth to the lead. However, another caution came out before the lap was complete – placing cars back in their starting order before the restart. The field lined up single file and Swindell pulled away from Schatz on the start, putting about a three-car length distance between them. While Swindell led, Schuchart was forging a strong run. By Lap eight, the Drydene No. 1s car had already made its way from 12th to fourth and then bolted by Sweet for third. Two laps later he torpedoed his car into turn three, diving past Schatz and Swindell by the exit of turn four. After not transferring into the Kings Royal last year, Schuchart was now leading and running away with the event this year. Sweet fought his way past Schatz for second-place by Lap 15, but couldn’t match Schuchart’s pace. By Lap 25, Schuchart had a 2.5 second lead over Sweet and was poised to increase it riding the cushion around the track. However, with the flash of yellow lights around the speedway, “The Big Cat” Sweet was brought to the bumper of the Shark Racing car. Due to the long nature of the race, an open red was called, giving crews the chance to add fuel to their car, insuring it could make it to the end of the 40-lap race around the half-mile track. On the restart, with 15 laps to go, Sweet continued to make a case for claiming the title of “restart king.” He throttled passed the outside of Schuchart before the flag stand and latched on to the cushion for momentum to pull away. “Honestly, to be dead honest, I didn’t want to see the red,” Sweet said. “I felt like I just found the top in (turns) three and four and Logan hadn’t known about it. I think I found some speed there I was going to be able to make some moves with. We didn’t touch the race car, we put five gallons of fuel in it. I told my guys I was just going to put it to the fence and go for it.” Schuchart said restarts had been an issue for him all week long. His car struggled to take off from the start. “That’s part of the game,” Schuchart said. “We didn’t get the job done in that part of the race.” Sweet used the high line during Wednesday’s Jokers Wild event to out duel Schatz for the win and it was working for him again Saturday night. Schuchart couldn’t build enough of a run again to make a charge at the NAPA Auto Parts No. 49 car. With about eight laps to go, a new winged-warrior joined the battle. From his 16th starting position, Brent Marks drove by Schatz for third-place like he founded 10 extra horsepower on the track. Schuchart was next. With three laps to go, the two Pennsylvania-natives waged war for second-place. Marks pulled a slide job on Schuchart in turn one and had the position exiting turn two, but Schuchart had the better run down the backstretch and reclaimed second. Marks wouldn’t let Schuchart out of his sight, staying within striking distance lap after lap. However, the laps ran out. Sweet left the Pennsylvanians to battle for second, while he charged to the Kings Royal victory and the big $175,000 check. “You have to pinch me. It feels surreal,” Sweet said. Schuchart crossed the line second with Marks two-tenths of a second behind him in third. “Hell, we started twelfth and led the Kings Royal, that’s something to be proud about,” Schuchart said. “To be leading this race with all of the people in this pit supporting me, it’s a great feeling. I didn’t make the show last year. We went from not making the show to out here in the top-five every single night.” While Marks ran out of time to try and make a run at Sweet, he left with confidence in his strong run and the hard charger award. “This car was badass tonight,” Marks said. “That was a fun race. The track was perfect tonight. You could get up against that wall and just hold the throttle down and carry the momentum. I was trying like hell to get to second.” When Sweet won the first big paying race of the year, the $41,000-to-win Jackson Nationals, he was jubilant. After winning the $175,000 at Eldora Speedway, jubilant would only be strong enough to describe his smile. After climbing out of his car, Sweet leaped about a foot in the air onto the Victory Lane stage with his arm held high. He couldn't inhale air fast enough to continue his joyous yelling spree. With the cloak on his back and the crown placed on his head, he was king. The wooden throne was his – for a few minutes. The $175,000 check, though, is going home with him. UP NEXT: The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series on Tuesday, July 23, will be at Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pa. for the $25,000-to-win Don Martin Memorial Silver Cup. Get tickets and more information. As always, you can catch all World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series action on DIRTVision.com. RESULTS: NOS Energy Drink Feature (40 Laps) – 1. 49-Brad Sweet [6][$175,000]; 2. 1S-Logan Schuchart [12][$20,000]; 3. 19-Brent Marks [16][$15,000]; 4. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild [9][$12,500]; 5. 41-David Gravel [11][$10,000]; 6. 15-Donny Schatz [2][$7,500]; 7. 39-Sammy Swindell [1][$6,500]; 8. 3-Jac Haudenschild [10][$6,000]; 9. 49X-Tim Shaffer [8][$5,500]; 10. 2M-Kerry Madsen [3][$5,000]; 11. 12N-Joey Saldana [18][$4,750]; 12. 41S-Giovanni Scelzi [15][$4,500]; 13. 18-Ian Madsen [21][$4,000]; 14. 5-Shane Stewart [24][$3,750]; 15. 11-Dale Blaney [14][$3,500]; 16. 24-Rico Abreu [17][$3,450]; 17. 26-Cory Eliason [5][$3,400]; 18. 91-Cale Thomas [7][$3,350]; 19. 83-Daryn Pittman [13][$3,300]; 20. 70-Brock Zearfoss [23][$3,250]; 21. 92-Sye Lynch [19][$3,200]; 22. 70X-Justin Peck [22][$3,150]; 23. 84-Tom Harris [20][$3,100]; 24. 87-Aaron Reutzel [4][$3,000]; Lap Leaders: Sammy Swindell 1-10, Logan Schuchart 11-25, Brad Sweet 26-40; KSE Hard Charger Award: 19-Brent Marks[+13] Qualifying – 1. 92-Sye Lynch, 13.019; 2. 1S-Logan Schuchart, 13.127; 3. 84-Tom Harris, 13.148; 4. 18-Ian Madsen, 13.159; 5. 15-Donny Schatz, 13.16; 6. 83-Daryn Pittman, 13.191; 7. 41S-Giovanni Scelzi, 13.215; 8. 22-Cole Duncan, 13.217; 9. 71P-Parker Price-Miller, 13.225; 10. W20-Greg Wilson, 13.226; 11. 11K-Kraig Kinser, 13.228; 12. 7S-Tim Kaeding, 13.239; 13. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild, 13.244; 14. 70-Brock Zearfoss, 13.27; 15. 49X-Tim Shaffer, 13.273; 16. 19-Brent Marks, 13.284; 17. 24-Rico Abreu, 13.302; 18. 49-Brad Sweet, 13.302; 19. 5-Shane Stewart, 13.305; 20. 12N-Joey Saldana, 13.309; 21. 70X-Justin Peck, 13.321; 22. 2M-Kerry Madsen, 13.327; 23. 21-Brian Brown, 13.334; 24. 1A-Jacob Allen, 13.349; 25. 2-Carson Macedo, 13.36; 26. 81-Lee Jacobs, 13.367; 27. 11-Dale Blaney, 13.371; 28. 3-Jac Haudenschild, 13.38; 29. 19P-Paige Polyak, 13.383; 30. 13-Paul McMahan, 13.399; 31. 87-Aaron Reutzel, 13.404; 32. 39-Sammy Swindell, 13.42; 33. 26-Cory Eliason, 13.435; 34. 9-James McFadden, 13.441; 35. A79-Brandon Wimmer, 13.457; 36. 91-Cale Thomas, 13.463; 37. 7-Jason Sides, 13.474; 38. K4-Chad Kemenah, 13.475; 39. 17B-Bill Balog, 13.495; 40. 5T-Travis Philo, 13.5; 41. 41-David Gravel, 13.502; 42. 98H-Dave Blaney, 13.512; 43. 1ST-Gary Taylor, 13.513; 44. 3C-Cale Conley, 13.537; 45. 23-Hunter Schuerenburg, 13.551; 46. 71M-Paul May, 13.588; 47. 85-Dustin Daggett, 13.595; 48. 17XL-Caleb Helms, 13.604; 49. 4-Cap Henry, 13.635; 50. 18J-R.J. Jacobs, 13.64; 51. 71-Ayrton Olsen, 13.658; 52. 49D-Shawn Dancer, 13.673; 53. 11N-Buddy Kofoid, 13.708; 54. 2AU-Andrew Scheuerle, 13.721; 55. 2L-Landon Lalonde, 13.737; 56. 28-Brian Paulus, 13.743; 57. 64-Scotty Thiel, 13.752; 58. 99-Skylar Gee, 13.814; 59. 33W-Michael Walter, 13.847; 60. 14M-Marcus Dumesny, 14.059; 61. 25R-Mitchell Harble, 14.228; 62. 10P-Jim Perricone, 14.962
  5. Brad Sweet wins $175,000 Kings Royal at Eldora Speedway - Sweet wins the biggest purse in Sprint Car history and his second Kings Royal victory ROSSBURG, OH – July 20, 2019 – Flaming towers burst into the air around the prestigious wooden throne. It was a signal. A celebration. The throne had a new king. King Brad Sweet. DB3Inc photo “Holy shit! Yeah!” Sweet yelled with the last few pockets of air in his lungs. The Grass Valley, Calif.-native won his second Kings Royal at Eldora Speedway Saturday night. And this time it paid an unprecedented $175,000 to win. “A hundred and seventy-five mother grand!” Sweet bellowed out once he regained his breath. Since the inception of the prestigious event in 1984, it has always paid $50,000 – which was still one of the largest paying purses for Sprint Car racing in the country last year. But for the 36th year of the race, track owner Tony Stewart raised it to be the largest. “Sprint car racers make money based off how they finish,” Sweet said. “When you have a race that pays $175,000 to win and basically $20,000 for second, it’s kind of all or nothing coming in here. I’m a fan of it. It’s nerve-racking. It gets the fans’ attention. It’s what we need in this sport. “It’s intense all night long. All day. Under the red. Basically, if you don’t win the race it’s a missed opportunity. You only get so many of these opportunities. So, I’m just happy and want to cherish the moment.” Claiming his second Kings Royal victory – 11th World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series victory of the year and 45th Series win over all – required Sweet to battle all night long. Battle the competition and battle through the Kings Royal’s 2019 format. He started the long night qualifying 18th, which placed him in the fourth starting position for his Drydene Heat race. With a daring slide job on the first lap to go from fourth to the lead, Sweet cruised to the Heat win. With his Heat race being the first one of the night, under the event’s format, he was placed sixth in the line up for the 40-lap Feature. On the pole was three-time Kings Royal winner Sammy Swindell, in his son Kevin Swindell’s No. 39 car. To his outside was 10-time Series champion and five-time Kings Royal winner Donny Schatz – who had also won two of the last three races at Eldora during the week; Sweet won the other race. Once the final sparks of fireworks fell into the dark of the night and the field of 24-cars filed back in line two-by-two, the anxiety and anticipation of the night was about to fade away with the drop of the green flag. Leading the charge off turn four, Swindell charged to the high side on the start, while Schatz dove underneath him. Swindell had the better run on the top, though, and powered to the lead off turn two. Behind them, Sweet split Cory Eliason and Aaron Reutzel, charging between them down the front stretch and launched to fourth-place in the first corner. Swindell maintained his lead over Schatz for the next three laps, before the first caution of the night flew for Tom Harris coming to a stop on the track. When the race went back green Sweet threw another massive slide job into turn one, going from fourth to the lead. However, another caution came out before the lap was complete – placing cars back in their starting order before the restart. The field lined up single file and Swindell pulled away from Schatz on the start, putting about a three-car length distance between them. While Swindell led, Schuchart was forging a strong run. By Lap eight, the Drydene No. 1s car had already made its way from 12th to fourth and then bolted by Sweet for third. Two laps later he torpedoed his car into turn three, diving past Schatz and Swindell by the exit of turn four. After not transferring into the Kings Royal last year, Schuchart was now leading and running away with the event this year. Sweet fought his way past Schatz for second-place by Lap 15, but couldn’t match Schuchart’s pace. By Lap 25, Schuchart had a 2.5 second lead over Sweet and was poised to increase it riding the cushion around the track. However, with the flash of yellow lights around the speedway, “The Big Cat” Sweet was brought to the bumper of the Shark Racing car. Due to the long nature of the race, an open red was called, giving crews the chance to add fuel to their car, insuring it could make it to the end of the 40-lap race around the half-mile track. On the restart, with 15 laps to go, Sweet continued to make a case for claiming the title of “restart king.” He throttled passed the outside of Schuchart before the flag stand and latched on to the cushion for momentum to pull away. “Honestly, to be dead honest, I didn’t want to see the red,” Sweet said. “I felt like I just found the top in (turns) three and four and Logan hadn’t known about it. I think I found some speed there I was going to be able to make some moves with. We didn’t touch the race car, we put five gallons of fuel in it. I told my guys I was just going to put it to the fence and go for it.” Schuchart said restarts had been an issue for him all week long. His car struggled to take off from the start. “That’s part of the game,” Schuchart said. “We didn’t get the job done in that part of the race.” Sweet used the high line during Wednesday’s Jokers Wild event to out duel Schatz for the win and it was working for him again Saturday night. Schuchart couldn’t build enough of a run again to make a charge at the NAPA Auto Parts No. 49 car. With about eight laps to go, a new winged-warrior joined the battle. From his 16th starting position, Brent Marks drove by Schatz for third-place like he founded 10 extra horsepower on the track. Schuchart was next. With three laps to go, the two Pennsylvania-natives waged war for second-place. Marks pulled a slide job on Schuchart in turn one and had the position exiting turn two, but Schuchart had the better run down the backstretch and reclaimed second. Marks wouldn’t let Schuchart out of his sight, staying within striking distance lap after lap. However, the laps ran out. Sweet left the Pennsylvanians to battle for second, while he charged to the Kings Royal victory and the big $175,000 check. “You have to pinch me. It feels surreal,” Sweet said. Schuchart crossed the line second with Marks two-tenths of a second behind him in third. “Hell, we started twelfth and led the Kings Royal, that’s something to be proud about,” Schuchart said. “To be leading this race with all of the people in this pit supporting me, it’s a great feeling. I didn’t make the show last year. We went from not making the show to out here in the top-five every single night.” While Marks ran out of time to try and make a run at Sweet, he left with confidence in his strong run and the hard charger award. “This car was badass tonight,” Marks said. “That was a fun race. The track was perfect tonight. You could get up against that wall and just hold the throttle down and carry the momentum. I was trying like hell to get to second.” When Sweet won the first big paying race of the year, the $41,000-to-win Jackson Nationals, he was jubilant. After winning the $175,000 at Eldora Speedway, jubilant would only be strong enough to describe his smile. After climbing out of his car, Sweet leaped about a foot in the air onto the Victory Lane stage with his arm held high. He couldn't inhale air fast enough to continue his joyous yelling spree. With the cloak on his back and the crown placed on his head, he was king. The wooden throne was his – for a few minutes. The $175,000 check, though, is going home with him. UP NEXT: The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series on Tuesday, July 23, will be at Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pa. for the $25,000-to-win Don Martin Memorial Silver Cup. Get tickets and more information. As always, you can catch all World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series action on DIRTVision.com. RESULTS: NOS Energy Drink Feature (40 Laps) – 1. 49-Brad Sweet [6][$175,000]; 2. 1S-Logan Schuchart [12][$20,000]; 3. 19-Brent Marks [16][$15,000]; 4. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild [9][$12,500]; 5. 41-David Gravel [11][$10,000]; 6. 15-Donny Schatz [2][$7,500]; 7. 39-Sammy Swindell [1][$6,500]; 8. 3-Jac Haudenschild [10][$6,000]; 9. 49X-Tim Shaffer [8][$5,500]; 10. 2M-Kerry Madsen [3][$5,000]; 11. 12N-Joey Saldana [18][$4,750]; 12. 41S-Giovanni Scelzi [15][$4,500]; 13. 18-Ian Madsen [21][$4,000]; 14. 5-Shane Stewart [24][$3,750]; 15. 11-Dale Blaney [14][$3,500]; 16. 24-Rico Abreu [17][$3,450]; 17. 26-Cory Eliason [5][$3,400]; 18. 91-Cale Thomas [7][$3,350]; 19. 83-Daryn Pittman [13][$3,300]; 20. 70-Brock Zearfoss [23][$3,250]; 21. 92-Sye Lynch [19][$3,200]; 22. 70X-Justin Peck [22][$3,150]; 23. 84-Tom Harris [20][$3,100]; 24. 87-Aaron Reutzel [4][$3,000]; Lap Leaders: Sammy Swindell 1-10, Logan Schuchart 11-25, Brad Sweet 26-40; KSE Hard Charger Award: 19-Brent Marks[+13] Qualifying – 1. 92-Sye Lynch, 13.019; 2. 1S-Logan Schuchart, 13.127; 3. 84-Tom Harris, 13.148; 4. 18-Ian Madsen, 13.159; 5. 15-Donny Schatz, 13.16; 6. 83-Daryn Pittman, 13.191; 7. 41S-Giovanni Scelzi, 13.215; 8. 22-Cole Duncan, 13.217; 9. 71P-Parker Price-Miller, 13.225; 10. W20-Greg Wilson, 13.226; 11. 11K-Kraig Kinser, 13.228; 12. 7S-Tim Kaeding, 13.239; 13. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild, 13.244; 14. 70-Brock Zearfoss, 13.27; 15. 49X-Tim Shaffer, 13.273; 16. 19-Brent Marks, 13.284; 17. 24-Rico Abreu, 13.302; 18. 49-Brad Sweet, 13.302; 19. 5-Shane Stewart, 13.305; 20. 12N-Joey Saldana, 13.309; 21. 70X-Justin Peck, 13.321; 22. 2M-Kerry Madsen, 13.327; 23. 21-Brian Brown, 13.334; 24. 1A-Jacob Allen, 13.349; 25. 2-Carson Macedo, 13.36; 26. 81-Lee Jacobs, 13.367; 27. 11-Dale Blaney, 13.371; 28. 3-Jac Haudenschild, 13.38; 29. 19P-Paige Polyak, 13.383; 30. 13-Paul McMahan, 13.399; 31. 87-Aaron Reutzel, 13.404; 32. 39-Sammy Swindell, 13.42; 33. 26-Cory Eliason, 13.435; 34. 9-James McFadden, 13.441; 35. A79-Brandon Wimmer, 13.457; 36. 91-Cale Thomas, 13.463; 37. 7-Jason Sides, 13.474; 38. K4-Chad Kemenah, 13.475; 39. 17B-Bill Balog, 13.495; 40. 5T-Travis Philo, 13.5; 41. 41-David Gravel, 13.502; 42. 98H-Dave Blaney, 13.512; 43. 1ST-Gary Taylor, 13.513; 44. 3C-Cale Conley, 13.537; 45. 23-Hunter Schuerenburg, 13.551; 46. 71M-Paul May, 13.588; 47. 85-Dustin Daggett, 13.595; 48. 17XL-Caleb Helms, 13.604; 49. 4-Cap Henry, 13.635; 50. 18J-R.J. Jacobs, 13.64; 51. 71-Ayrton Olsen, 13.658; 52. 49D-Shawn Dancer, 13.673; 53. 11N-Buddy Kofoid, 13.708; 54. 2AU-Andrew Scheuerle, 13.721; 55. 2L-Landon Lalonde, 13.737; 56. 28-Brian Paulus, 13.743; 57. 64-Scotty Thiel, 13.752; 58. 99-Skylar Gee, 13.814; 59. 33W-Michael Walter, 13.847; 60. 14M-Marcus Dumesny, 14.059; 61. 25R-Mitchell Harble, 14.228; 62. 10P-Jim Perricone, 14.962
  6. SUS Night at TRP

    Link to Official Results: http://www.texanaraceway.com/race-results/
  7. SUS Night at TRP

    SUS Feature Top 5 1. 3 Trey Burke 2. 12 Trey Schmidt 3. 2W Dustyn Welch 4. 8TW Kent Lewis Jr 5. 35 Chris Hinson
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    Schmidt closed a lot of ground as Burke deals with traffic then gives up the ground getting loose in four but still second in front of Welch.
  9. SUS Night at TRP

    Burke way out front as Welch sets his sights on Schmidt for second, top 3 way out in front of Hinson in fourth.
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    Burke is flying but caution flies on lap 2 for a spin in 4 by Migl while running second. Burke, Hinson and Schmidt leading the way early.
  11. SUS Night at TRP

    SUS Feature Lineup 99 3 12 2W 8TW 22L 3W 10 1D 5 11 24 (crash during warm up lap) DNS: 26, 7
  12. SUS Night at TRP

    IMCA Modified Feature Results 1. 4$ Kalief Sellier 2. 32 Beau Begnaud 3. 7X Rory Jordan 4. 27 Justin Delgado 5. 43 Jeremy Petty 6. 96 Foster Ellison 7. 141 Rob Sanderson
  13. SUS Night at TRP

    Sellier all over Ellison and takes the lead out of 4 then gets turned in one on the next lap. Sellier, Begnaud, Delgado, Jordan and Petty top 5. Sanderson very slow but able to pull into the pits. Now Ellison pulls off.
  14. SUS Night at TRP

    Sanderson gets turned on the front straight meanwhile, Ellison, Begnaud, Sellier, and Jordan put some separation but caution is out on lap 4 for Petty's spin in turn 2.
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    IMCA Modified Feature Lineup 141 96 7X 32 4$ 27 43
  16. SUS Night at TRP

    Street Stock Feature Top 5 1. 12 Adam Perks 2. 11K Shawn Kline 3. 77 Chris Shafer 4. 22P Michale Pesek 5. 4T Mike Trigg
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    Good save by Bernal but Trigg does take 5th from him.
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    Pesek has reeled Shafer in but caution flies as Slott gets tangled up with a lapped car in 4. 3 laps remaining. Slott and Justin Boop looks like their nights are over and Slott none too happy as the tow truck pulls into the infield and he's pretty animated near the hot pit area. Perks, Kline, Shafer, Pesek, and Bernal top 5 with this late restart.
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    Slott making it look easy even through traffic, has about half a straight on Perks who has Kline on his tail.
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    Pesek takes the position exiting 2 midway.
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    Pesek now challenging Bernal for 5th.
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    Perks, Kline, Slott and Shafer pull away early, Trigg rounds out top 5. Slott takes the point out of four on lap two. Bernal and Trigg exchange 5th. Top 4 start to string out with about a straightaway lead on Bernal in 5th.
  23. SUS Night at TRP

    Street Stock Feature Lineup 12 11K 48 77 4T 81 72 74 22P 76 29 67 1 High5 26 (DNS)
  24. SUS Night at TRP

    Limited Mod Feature Results 1. 99 Edward Oakes 2. 46 David Bridges 3. 63S Chase Sanchez 4. 14 Cody Tesch 5. 79 Darren Dornak
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    Oakes out to a big lead, Bridges settles into second. Cody Tesch alone in third and Sanchez rounds out the field. Dornak to the pits. Sanchez challenges Tesch for third halfway through.
  26. SUS Night at TRP

    Limited Mod Feature Lineup 99 79 46 63S 14
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