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  2. For sale

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  3. Yes send me an email to the address above and I'll send you my phone number
  4. Shop clean out

    Do you have the 602 assembly still?
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  8. Very entertaining night and great car counts in the top classes. If memory serves me correct 34 Factory Stocks, 28 Sportmods and 15 E-Mods along with the other classes put on a very good show. 2020 looks to be awesome for South Texas race fans. Be sure and go to the track near you and those only 100-125 miles from Corpus when your home track isn't racing.
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  10. California racing seen on TV

    might be ok for a couple of times down here .. but I see very late nights .something we already have .plus it gets very hot ..
  11. Was watching Mav TV the other day they ran 2 40 lap races main event in one class, best finish combined in the 2 races was the over all winner What do y’all think of this format. Driver’s would be careful that first race.
  12. Was watching Mav TV the other day they ran 2 40 lap races main event in one class, best finish combined in the 2 races was the over all winner What do y’all think of this format. Driver’s would be careful that first race.
  13. Roper Racing #04 CarQuest NGROTS Charlotte Motor Speedway NASCAR Gander RV and Outdoors Truck Series at Charlotte Motor Speedway - NC Education Lottery 200, May 26th, 2020 8:00pm ET on FS1 and MRN Truck: No. 04 CarQuest Ford F-150 for Roper Racing Driver/Team Owner: Cory Roper Crew chief: Shane Whitbeck Charlotte Motor Speedway Notes of Interest Team owner and Driver, Cory Roper, and the #04 CarQuest Auto Parts Truck Team will be traveling 1,013 miles this week from Texas to Charlotte Motor Speedway for the NC Education Lottery 200 truck race. Roper Racing Team has been preparing for this race since the teams last race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Interesting note for the 2020 race season is that Roper qualified 19th at Daytona, 19th at Las Vegas, and this is his 19th start in the truck series. The Track: Charlotte Motor Speedway is 1.5-mile track located in Charlotte, North Carolina and is known as “America’s Home for Racing”. Last Race: Luck wasn’t in the cards for Roper last race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Although this is one of Roper’s favorite NASCAR tracks, he finished 26th after engine failure during practice and losing power during the race. The Team: Roper Racing headquarters are located on the outskirts of Houston, Texas in Mont Belvieu. Roper Racing fields the No. 04 CarQuest Ford F-150 and 2020 season marks the team’s third year in competing in the NASCAR Gander RV and Outdoors Truck Series. The team plans to run a full season next year. The Driver: Roper is no stranger to racing. He grew up watching his dad, Kenny Roper, compete. At the age of 14, Roper got his first racecar and started competing at the local and regional levels at short tracks in Texas and Oklahoma, where he won Points and Track Championships. The Vernon, Texas, native now resides in Mont Belvieu, Texas with his wife, Cherie and daughters Megan and Britney. The Crew Chief: NASCAR veteran Shane Whitbeck serves as crew chief for the No. 04 Preferred Industrial Contractors, Inc. Ford F-150. The Sarasota, Florida, native previously worked at Brad Keselowski Racing for 10 years. Whitbeck relocated to Texas at the end of 2018 season as a full time Crew Chief for Roper Racing. The Trucks: At the conclusion of the 2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season, Roper Racing Team purchased 16 Ford F-150 trucks and a number of additional assets from the Brad Keselowski Racing stable to build Roper Racing Team. About CarQuest Auto Parts: Advance’s TechNet Professional Automotive Service and Advance Professional brands will be associate sponsors for RRT in 2020. TechNet is a group of elite, locally-owned and professionally operated shops with the benefits of a nationwide network, while Advance Professional is a leading aftermarket supplier that provides professional quality parts, service and solutions dedicated to professional shops. Cory Roper, driver of the No. 04 Preferred Industrial Contractors, Inc. Ford F-150 What are your goals for Charlotte Motor Speedway? “I want to have a good solid race. I’m looking forward to getting back to the track in the CarQuest Auto Parts Ford F-150 truck. I am hoping to get a clean start and stay with the front pack. We had a fast truck at Charlotte last year and I am hoping we can come back this year with as much speed and a good finish.” Shane Whitbeck, crew chief of the No. 04 Preferred Industrial Contractors, Inc. Ford F-150 What are your goals for Charlotte Motor Speedway? “My goals for Charlotte are a lot different normal. With not having practice or qualifying we are going to take the first 20 laps to feel the truck out and race the track. After that we will start trying to position ourselves into the top 12 so at the end of the race we can come home with a good solid finish. I can’t thank CarQuest, Preferred Industrial Contractors, and Alliance enough for what they do for us and all the essential workers that help their companies. I am proud to represent them and be able to entertain them with a sport we all love. It feels really cool with Memorial Day to run the CarQuest paint scheme of red, white, and blue. I hope we all can take time this weekend to be with our families and remember all the people that have given their lives so that we are able to be free and do what we love to do.” Roper Racing Team: Web: www.roperracingteam.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/roperracingteam Instagram: www.instagram.com/roperracingteam Twitter: www.twitter.com/roperracingteam Cory Roper: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cory.roper Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coryroper04 Twitter: https://twitter.com/CoryRoper04
  14. Under the lights

    Lol ! Very true.
  15. For immediate release: TSTRS Public Relations Contact: Gina Schild-Knowles Tel: 713-907-0906 Flyovers now a part of NASCAR Houston's Race Day Program Race fans who love Vintage airplanes will be big winners in 2020 HOUSTON, Texas (May 22, 2020) — Calling all gearheads! It's no secret that most of us who love the all-out assault on the senses provided by short track auto racing (sights, sounds and smells) also love anything with an engine. That's right, we're 'gearheads' – and we make no attempt to hide it. One popular category of interest among race fans and gearheads is vintage airplanes, and fans in the greater Houston area will get to see lots of them this year. As they did on Sat., May 9, members of the Commemorative Air Force - Houston Wing will do Flyovers over Houston Motorsports Park. “We know race fans love anything with an engine, and these vintage planes are absolutely beautiful,” Texas Short Track Racing Series/NASCAR Houston General Manager Gina Schild-Knowles said. “We will be working with the CAF – Houston Wing this year to arrange the Flyovers and we will make some appearances at their events, as well. The crossover between groups should be sizable.” Schild-Knowles says in addition to entertaining her race fans, there's a lot more to this picture. That “Flight To the Finish” flyover on Saturday, May 9, created a buzz in Houston and ignited a plan for more. “One of our goals with this program is to promote the gearhead mentality and cultivate interest in our sport among today's youth. The guys who own and fly these vintage planes are just like our racers and fans; passionate about what they do, and wanting to attract younger fans for the future.” Sam Bulger is the Special Events Coordinator for the Commemorative Air Force - Houston Wing. He works with CAF members who own vintage aircraft to cultivate interest in flying history. “We're always looking to generate interest in vintage planes and flying history among younger adults,” Bulger said. “Our enthusiast group is aging, as it is with stock car racing. So our members love to get out there and interact with the public. They love to teach folks about these beautiful old planes.” Bulger says the possibilities of this joint venture are endless when it comes to drawing fans. “We're hoping the flyovers can catch the eyes of race fans both young and old,” he added. “We'd like them to take an interest in our group, and many of our people also love auto racing. I know how hard Gina is working to promote her Texas Short Track Racing Series, and this deal can help her out while fueling interest in what we do, as well. I think it's a win-win for both parties.” About Texas Short Track Racing Series/NASCAR Houston The Texas Short Track Racing Series is an asphalt oval racing series based in Houston, Texas, competing at Houston Motorsports Park. Texas Asphalt Racing Promotions, LLC, manages advertising and sponsorship opportunities for the series. To learn more, follow the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/nascarhouston. Fans who love NASCAR and short tracks should also bookmark www.NASCARHouston.com to stay abreast of the latest news as it happens. About Houston Motorsports Park Houston Motorsports Park is an auto racing complex that includes a 3/8 mile NASCAR-sanctioned paved oval and an NHRA-sanctioned 1/8 mile drag strip. For more information, please go to www.houstonmotorsportspark.com. About the Commemorative Air Force The Houston Wing of the Commemorative Air Force (CAF) is an organization that educates, inspires, and honors America's World War II past through the use of vintage trainer aircraft and a museum full of artifacts. These airplanes and artifacts tell the story of war 'From the Home Front' as America prepared for battle. The Houston Wing also conducts STEM activities to educate the current generation about the progress of aviation technology. Follow them on Faceboook at CAF-Houstonwing or visit their Website at www.houstonwing.org
  16. Under the lights

    with you arob I bet the women get better looking towards closing time .. hope it does not Rrrrrrrouch this weekend ..
  17. Under the lights

    Ain’t that the truth. Dale never did that to anyone.
  18. Under the lights

    Better order more my man we may be awhile on this one.
  19. Under the lights

    well, I have already gone through the pizza and i am working on the 3rd six pack. What a great deal, the stores will now deliver spirits.
  20. Under the lights

    All oval racing should be under the lights as much as possible. It seems the racing is more entertaining. Even on local tracks it just is better once the sun goes down.
  21. Under the lights

    All the Dale Sr lovers want Kyle suspended today lol
  22. Owens takes LOLMDS "Reopening Tour" opener at Golden Isles WAYNESVILLE, GA (May 19, 2020) - Jimmy Owens picked up his first Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series win of 2020 on Tuesday Night at Golden Isles Speedway. The series returned to the race track for the first time since the Georgia-Florida Speedweeks back in February, 100 days ago. The 40-lap main event had three different race leaders, Owens, Brandon Overton, and Josh Richards. Owens took the lead from Brandon Overton on lap 32 and then pulled away for his 65th career Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series win. Mason Zeigler got by Overton on the final lap to finish second. Overton was third followed by Josh Richards and Devin Moran. Overton was looking for a clean sweep of the night after setting the overall fast time amongst the 43 entrants on hand, then ran away to a heat race win, earning the outside front-row starting position alongside Richards in the process. Overton led the pack for the first eight laps of the race until Richards took the lead on lap 9. A lap later Overton regained the top spot. One of the cars on the move was Tim McCreadie. McCreadie, who won the first race of the season at Golden Isles back in February, climbed to second after a terrific side-by-side battle with Richards for several laps. McCreadie finally cleared Richards by lap 23 and had his sights set on race leader, Overton. As McCreadie was battling 3-wide in traffic for the lead, he and a lap-car got together, with McCreadie suffering a cut right-rear tire, forcing the caution and him into the pits to change the tire. When the race resumed Overton still held the point in the Wells Motorsports/Longhorn. Owens began his assault on the leaders and started to flex his muscles. He quickly moved to second around Richards on lap 28 and then with 9 laps remaining he was able to take the lead from Overton. Overton fought back as the two drivers went door-to-door for the race lead. Owens was finally able to shake Overton and go on to become the sixth different winner in the nine events contested so far in 2020. In his last seven starts overall this season Owens has won six of those races. The 48-year-old Tennessee native and 3-time Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series National Champion continued his recent hot streak of victories as he recorded his fourth career win at Golden Isles. "The car was a little bit freer than I wanted it to be. It had a push, so I had to rotate it a lot through the center of the turns a lot more than I wanted to. We made a couple of changes right before the feature and I felt like it really messed us up, but the car is still really, really good right now." Zeigler picked up one of the most exciting wins back in February at East Bay, and tonight came from 9th to pick up the runner-up spot in the JLE Industries/Rocket. "I really needed the top on that restart. Those two guys [Owens and Overton], went to slide them both, but they both went to the middle. Rubbing is racing sometimes. The car was good, I wish we could have started closer to the front and we are aiming for that tomorrow." Overton led the most laps during the race and held on for third in the end. "In the middle of the race I got into a lapped car and it never drove the same after that, it got really, really tight. All-in-all it has been so good all night and I didn't want to touch much. These guys are the best in the business, Jimmy's been really hot so congratulations to him." The winner's Ramirez Motorsports Rocket Chassis is powered by a Vic Hill Racing Engine and is sponsored by Reece Monument Company, Tommy Pope Construction, Boomtest Well Service, General Tire, Ohlins, Champion, FK Rod Ends, Hypercoil Springs, and Red Line Oil. Completing the top ten were Shane Clanton, Tyler Erb, Rick Eckert, Kyle Bronson, and Tanner English. Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Race Summary Optima Batteries Golden Isles Nationals - presented by Bilstein Tuesday, May 19th, 2020 Golden Isles Speedway - Waynesville, GA Lucas Oil Time Trials Fast Time Group A: Josh Richards / 15.006 seconds Fast Time Group B: Brandon Overton / 14.779 seconds (overall) Penske Race Shocks Heat Race #1 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): 1. 14-Josh Richards[1]; 2. 111B-Max Blair[2]; 3. 25Z-Mason Zeigler[3]; 4. 0E-Rick Eckert[5]; 5. 22F-Chris Ferguson[4]; 6. 5W-Mark Whitener[7]; 7. 1-Earl Pearson Jr[8]; 8. 1B-Ross Bailes[6]; 9. 1V-Vic Hill[9]; 10. 00-Russell Brown Jr[11]; 11. 8-Mike Benedum[10] FK Rod Ends Heat Race #2 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): 1. 39-Tim McCreadie[1]; 2. 1S-Brandon Sheppard[2]; 3. 1T-Tyler Erb[3]; 4. 21-Billy Moyer Jr[5]; 5. 3S-Brian Shirley[6]; 6. 50-Shanon Buckingham[4]; 7. 28E-Dennis Erb Jr[9]; 8. 6S-Blake Spencer[10]; 9. 2W-Pearson Williams[7]; 10. 0R-Ryan Scott[11]; 11. 89-GR Smith[8] Simpson Race Products Heat Race #3 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): 1. 76-Brandon Overton[1]; 2. 16-Tyler Bruening[2]; 3. 25-Shane Clanton[4]; 4. 111-Steven Roberts[3]; 5. 49-Jonathan Davenport[5]; 6. 72-Michael Norris[6]; 7. 1G-Ryan King[7]; 8. KB0-Kerry King[8]; 9. F15-Jeremy Conaway[9]; 10. (DNS) 71-Hudson O'Neal; 11. (DNS) 91S-Blake Naylor Ohlins Shocks Heat Race #4 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): 1. 20-Jimmy Owens[3]; 2. 9-Devin Moran[1]; 3. 7F-Jason Fitzgerald[5]; 4. 81E-Tanner English[7]; 5. 25DC-Donnie Chappell[4]; 6. 311-Ken Monahan[9]; 7. 14B-John Baker[10]; 8. 5T-John Tweed[8]; 9. 2S-Stormy Scott[6]; 10. (DNF) 40B-Kyle Bronson[2] Tiger Rear Ends B-Main #1 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 5W-Mark Whitener[3]; 2. 22F-Chris Ferguson[1]; 3. 50-Shanon Buckingham[4]; 4. 1-Earl Pearson Jr[5]; 5. 1B-Ross Bailes[7]; 6. 3S-Brian Shirley[2]; 7. 28E-Dennis Erb Jr[6]; 8. 00-Russell Brown Jr[11]; 9. 0R-Ryan Scott[12]; 10. (DNS) 6S-Blake Spencer; 11. (DNS) 1V-Vic Hill; 12. (DNS) 2W-Pearson Williams; 13. (DNS) 8-Mike Benedum; 14. (DNS) 89-GR Smith FAST Shafts B-Main #2 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 49-Jonathan Davenport[1]; 2. 72-Michael Norris[3]; 3. 1G-Ryan King[5]; 4. 14B-John Baker[6]; 5. F15-Jeremy Conaway[9]; 6. 91S-Blake Naylor[13]; 7. 311-Ken Monahan[4]; 8. 2S-Stormy Scott[10]; 9. KB0-Kerry King[7]; 10. 71-Hudson O'Neal[11]; 11. (DNS) 5T-John Tweed; 12. (DNS) 25DC-Donnie Chappell; 13. (DNS) 40B-Kyle Bronson Lucas Oil Feature Finish (40 Laps): Pos Start Car # Competitor Hometown Pay 1 4 20 Jimmy Owens Newport, TN $7,000 2 9 25Z Mason Zeigler Chalk Hill, PA $3,500 3 2 76 Brandon Overton Evans, GA $2,500 4 1 14 Josh Richards Shinnston, WV $2,000 5 8 9 Devin Moran Dresden, OH $1,500 6 10 25 Shane Clanton Zebulon, GA $1,400 7 11 1T Tyler Erb New Waverly, TX $1,300 8 13 0E Rick Eckert York, PA $1,200 9 23 40B Kyle Bronson Brandon, FL $1,150 10 16 81E Tanner English Benton, KY $1,100 11 18 49 Jonathan Davenport Blairsville, GA $1,050 12 3 39 Tim McCreadie Watertown, NY $1,000 13 21 50 Shanon Buckingham Morristown, TN $975 14 7 1S Brandon Sheppard New Berlin, IL $950 15 17 5W Mark Whitener Middleburg, FL $925 16 5 111B Max Blair Centerville, PA $900 17 25 28E Dennis Erb Jr Carpentersville, IL $175 18 28 89 G.R. Smith Statesville, NC $150 19 14 111 Steven Roberts Sylvester, GA $825 20 15 21 Billy Moyer Jr Batesville, AR $800 21 6 16 Tyler Bruening Decorah, IA $800 22 27 1 Earl Pearson Jr Jacksonville, FL $100 23 12 7F Jason Fitzgerald Middleburg, FL $800 24 26 71 Hudson O'Neal Martinsville, IN $100 25 20 72 Michael Norris Sarver, PA $800 26 22 1G Ryan King Seymour, TN $800 27 19 22F Chris Ferguson Mt. Holly, NC $800 28 24 3S Brian Shirley Chatham, IL $800 Race Statistics Entrants: 43 Lap Leaders: Brandon Overton (Laps 1 - 8); Josh Richards (Lap 9); Brandon Overton (Laps 10 - 31); Jimmy Owens (Laps 32 - 40) Wrisco Feature Winner: Jimmy Owens Margin of Victory: 2.054 seconds Cautions: Brian Shirley (Lap 9); Tim McCreadie (Lap 23); Michael Norris (Lap 28); Hudson O'Neal (Lap 33) Series Provisionals: Kyle Bronson; Brian Shirley Fast Time Provisional: n/a Series Emergency Provisionals: Dennis Erb Jr., Hudson O'Neal, Earl Pearson Jr., G.R. Smith Big River Steel Podium Top 3: Jimmy Owens, Mason Zeigler, Brandon Overton Optima Batteries Hard Charger of the Race: Kyle Bronson (Advanced 14 Positions) Midwest Sheet Metal Spoiler Challenge Point Leader: Brandon Sheppard Allstar Performance Most Laps Led: Brandon Overton (30 Laps) Sunoco Race for Gas Highest Finisher: Jimmy Owens Eibach Springs Rookie of the Race: n/a Engine Builder of the Race: Vic Hill Racing Engines Miller Welders Chassis Builder of the Race: Rocket Chassis Outerwears Crew Chief of the Race: Jeff Strope Dirty Girl Racewear Fastest Lap of the Race: Brandon Overton (Lap #10 - 15.415 seconds) Hot Rod Processing Tough Break of the Race: Tim McCreadie PFC Brakes Pole Award: Josh Richards Time of Race: 23 minutes 48 seconds Lucas Oil Championship Point Standings: Pos Car # Competitor Hometown Points Pay 1 1s Brandon Sheppard New Berlin, IL 1350 $38,850 2 39 Tim McCreadie Watertown, NY 1320 $30,750 2 9 Devin Moran Dresden, OH 1320 $21,932 4 49 Jonathan Davenport Blairsville, GA 1250 $24,150 5 1T Tyler Erb New Waverly, TX 1245 $17,175 6 20 Jimmy Owens Newport, TN 1225 $19,300 7 40B Kyle Bronson Brandon, FL 1165 $17,175 8 14 Josh Richards Shinnston, WV 1155 $14,175 9 25 Shane Clanton Zebulon, GA 1150 $11,850 10 21 Billy Moyer Jr Batesville, AR 1095 $11,100 11 3s Brian Shirley Chatham, IL 1085 $10,100 12 157 Mike Marlar Winfield, TN 1025 $14,200 13 28E Dennis Erb Jr Carpentersville, IL 1005 $5,675 14 71 Hudson O'Neal Martinsville, IN 975 $6,375 15 16 Tyler Bruening Decorah, IA 915 $3,575 16 81E Tanner English Benton, KY 905 $4,775 17 50 Shanon Buckingham Morristown, TN 900 $8,900 18 22* G.R. Smith Statesville, NC 850 $4,750 19 1 Earl Pearson Jr Jacksonville, FL 845 $7,250 20 2S Stormy Scott Las Cruces, NM 755 $4,950 *Results are unofficial until Close of Business on the Tuesday following Race Day*
  23. Under the lights

    Nascar under the lights was awesome. Mr Busch was trying to throw a block on Harvick and smashed Clyde instead. He is probably lucky there were no fans there. Clyde was going to win that race. No today, xfinity races at 11. Going to get a pizza and a six pack delivered to watch that one too
  24. 410C.I. OUTLAW SPRINT CARS COMING to Monarch Motor Speedway featuring Tony Stewart and the All Star Circuit of Champions - FRIDAY, June 12 at 8pm with the running of the MONARCH OUTLAW SPRINT NATIONALS! Advance discount grandstand tickets now on sale. Plus advance ticket holders get in stands ½ hour before gates open. Go to www.MMSdirt.com to get ‘em while they last! Advance pit passes now on sale. Go to www.MMSdirt.com to get ‘em! (You can also use your pit pass for grandstand admission – so if you purchase a pit pass, you can get in extra early and canvass the pit area to check out the cars at a safe distance, of course). Let's get right to the meat and get into the event details: >The All Star Circuit of Champions (ASCoC) ‘Thunder Through The Plains’ tour will be taking place at eight tracks in this region spanning June 4th through June 14th, with the Monarch Motor Speedway leg taking place on June Friday June 12th. Go to www.AllStarSprint.com for tour details. >ASCoC officials are expecting full fields of 410C.I. sprint cars for this event, including headliners such as Cory Eliason, Skylar Gee, Sam Hafertepe Jr., Sheldon Haudenschild, Jac Haudenschild, Gerard McIntyre Jr., Paul McMahan, Justin Peck, Aaron Reutzel, Greg Wilson, Tony Stewart…and a host of others. A confirmed drivers list is being assembled by ASCoC officials and will be posted in the days to come. So be watching for news updates as they become available! >The previously scheduled event at Monarch Motor Speedway on Friday June 12th is being updated to the following due to this change: the USRA Limited Modifieds will be racing for $500 to win. The 3-division racing card that night will wrap up with the Texas Dirt Truck Series, as they make their first-ever MMS appearance. For more series rules, visit Texas Dirt Truck Series on Facebook. All other MMS divisions are scheduled off on June 12th. >Advance discount tickets are on sale now at www.MMSdirt.com through June 11th and are $28 for adults ages 12-54, with kids ages 6-11 $5. Advance ticket holders can get in the grandstands at 5pm (30 minutes early). You can also purchase advance pit passes now. >On race day June 12th, Adult grandstand prices are $30 Adults (ages 12-54), $5 Kids (ages 6-11), with Seniors, Military and First-Responders $25. General grandstand admission opens at 5:30pm. >Pit Passes are $40. Pits for ages 12 and under are $12. Pit gates open at 3pm. >Hot laps and ASCoC time trials will take place around 7:30pm with racing to follow, around 8pm. DON’T MISS the biggest sprint car racing event in the history of Monarch Motor Speedway with the running of the Monarch Outlaw Sprint Nationals featuring the stars and cars of the All Star Circuit of Champions on Friday, June 12th at 8pm – click www.MMSdirt.com to get your advance discount tickets TODAY while supplies last!
  25. 2nd Annual Sprint Car Bandits 82 Speedway TEXOMA SPRINT CAR CHAMPIONSHIPS – SAT. MAY 30, 8pm! Petty, TX (05/19/20) - 82 Speedway in Petty Texas, AKA “The Land of the XL” will host the best 360C.I. powered Sprint Car teams of the region with 2nd running of the Texoma Sprint Car Championships featuring the NCRA 360C.I. Sprint Car Bandits® (SCB) series presented by BasicE-Commerce.com. The series also negotiated an XL-size competitor purse of $2,000 to win and $300 just to take the green flag in the 25-lapper. Track Promoter Tracy Peters comments: “the Sprint Car Bandits bring a quality field of drivers – and us, along with our fans really enjoy the high-speed thrill show they put on at 82 Speedway. When you pair up our 60-70’ wide progressive banked racing surface and the high-quality sprint car teams of the ‘Bandits, you’re guaranteed to see a great race. And we’re holding the line on ticket pricing. Adults can get in to see this event for just $18 so more families can afford to take it in.” 82 Speedway is known as the ‘Land of the XL’ and features a super-wide multi-groove progressive banking surface that is .26 miles in distance on the pole and exactly a 3/10 mile on the top groove of the speedway. There is even a run-off area around the entire racing surface which helps assist drivers that might develop a problem during a race. Since it’s the first sprint car event of the season at 82, pit Gates open early at 4pm on race day (82 Speedway teams - please arrive early to get registered if you haven’t already at www.82speedway.com), hot laps are slated around 7:30pm with racing at 8pm. Grandstands open at 6:30pm. 82 Speedway divisions will round out the very full night of racing, including the Texas Wing Modified Association, USRA Limited Mods and Factory Stocks; plus the Eco Stocks, Eco Mods, Texas Stocks & FWD/Tuners. (Modifieds are scheduled off.) The SCB are slated to run 3rd division out for the feature event. All divisions have a great posted competitor purse (see below). 82 Speedway divisions Draw Cutoff/Pit Meeting at 7pm (all cars will draw for heat race starting position, all heats earn finishing and passing points, features are straight up), Track Packing 7:30 & Hot Laps with Racing to follow immediately. Grandstand admission Adults $18 (ages 12-64), Kids ages 6-11 $5, Seniors/Military $13. Any outside food/drink cooler brought into main grandstand area (size of 12-pack, no glass containers) are $5 (same as 2019). Pits are $35. Pit access for ages 5 and under is $15. Anyone under the age of 18 entering the pit area must complete an annual minor's release form prior to entering. 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. 82 Speedway is about 15 minutes WEST of PARIS, located on Hwy 82 on the east edge of Petty, TX. The address is 16369 US Hwy 82 Petty, TX 75470. Here's the purse structure for Saturday May 30th at 82 Speedway. Working RaceCeivers and transponders are required in ALL racing divisions: Sprint Car Bandits ‘Texoma Championship’ A-feature purse (25 laps): $2,000 – 1,000 – 600 – 500 – 400 – 390 – 380 – 370 – 360 – 350 (10th) – 340 – 330 – 320 – 310 – 300…to start. $100 each to all eligible NQ’s or non-starters. SCB draw cutoff/pit meeting at 6:30pm. There is no SCB entry fee, no series membership fee and a $20 nightly draw fee. Drivers must go to www.SprintCarBandits.com prior to arrival for complete rules and procedures information…which will all be in effect. All SCB teams that sign in will draw for heat race starting positions, regardless of their engine C.I. displacement (up to and including 360C.I.) and will receive passing points to determine their straight-up from points feature race starting position. Again, all drivers make sure to read the posted rules at the series website prior to heading to the track. Mufflers not required. RaceCeivers and Transponders (Westhold yellow) required. Draw cutoff and mandatory drivers meeting at 6:45pm. USRA Factory Stocks, USRA Limited Modifieds & Texas Stock Features: $500 – 300 – 200 – 160 – 120 – 100 – 90 – 80 – 70 – 60…to start. Purse is guaranteed for each division that has 12 or more cars signing in for racing. If there 11 or fewer cars in these divisions, their feature payback starts with 2nd place and continues from there (as was the case in 2019). Mufflers not required. RaceCeivers and Transponders (Westhold yellow) required. Texas Wing Modified Association purse and rules in effect, visit http://www.texaswingmodifiedassociation.com/ for more series information. Eco Mods & Eco Stocks (same purse structure each division: $300 – 200 – 160 – 120 – 100 – 80 – 70 – 60 – 50…to start. Purse is guaranteed for each division that has 12 or more cars signing in for racing. If there 11 or fewer cars in these divisions, the feature payback starts with 2nd place and continues from there (as was the case in 2019). Mufflers not required. RaceCeivers and Transponders (Westhold yellow) required. Front Wheel Drive Tuner Division feature: $150 – 100 – 80 – 60 – 30…to start. USRA Tuner car rules are in effect for this division. Mufflers not required. RaceCeivers and Transponders (Westhold yellow) required. Drivers competing in USRA divisions must be licensed. Go to www.USRAracing.com to get your Modified, Factory Stock or Limited Modified licensed, as the track can no longer sell USRA licenses on race night – you can only purchase a temporary license at the track on race night. Transponder rentals are $15 (with ID, any damage done to transponders is drivers liability). Annual car registration is $40. RaceCeivers are not available as a rental...but they are required, as are transponders. Reserved pit spaces are available for the season, which can be purchased (along with car registration) at www.82Speedway.com then click the ‘driver registration’ button on the upper left of the home page. Click www.82Speedway.com for all division rules. No one likes rain on race day. But here is the track policy if, and when, it intervenes. 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. Transponders and RaceCeivers required for all divisions. (Transponder rental available at pit window. 82 Speedway uses Westhold transponders.) All non-touring division cars must be registered at 82 Speedway each year. There is a $40 annual registration fee for each 82 Speedway division cars you enter to compete in. **RACE TEAMS: 82 Speedway generally does not require you to change gearing to race here if you are usually racing on ¼-mile track! When the track was originally built it was advertised as a 3/8 mile. Now that it has been reconfigured by Tracy, it is nearly an exact .26 miles on the pole and 3/10 mile if you're racing the top groove (as the racing surface is 60+ feet wide!). Keep up with the latest track news by clicking www.82Speedway.com or @82Speedway on Facebook.com. If you’d like to get SCB series t-shirts prior to race night, the online store at www.SprintCarBandits.com has them for sale right now. It's going to be a FANtastic night of racing at 82 Speedway Saturday May 30th at 8pm, come join us for all the action – all at family-affordable prices! 2020 – Remaining 82 Speedway Schedule (as of 5/19/20) Date: Event: 5/30/2020 - 360 C.I. Sprint Car Bandits; Plus Economy Modified, Economy Stock, Texas Stock, USRA Factory Stocks, USRA Limited Mods, FWD (no USRA Modifieds) 6/13/2020 $1,000/win USRA Modifieds; Plus Economy Modified, Economy Stock, Texas Stock, USRA Factory Stocks, USRA Limited Mods, FWD 6/20/2020 Texas Sprint Series for RaceSaver IMCA Sprint Cars; Plus Economy Modified, Economy Stock, Texas Stock, $1,000/win USRA Modifieds; Plus USRA Factory Stocks, USRA Limited Mods, FWD 6/27/2020 $1,000/win USRA Modifieds; Plus Economy Modified, Economy Stock, Texas Stock, USRA Factory Stocks, USRA Limited Mods, FWD 7/4/2020 Flags & Fireworks 25 featuring the Sprint Car Bandits Series; Plus Texas Wing Modified Association, Economy Modified, Economy Stock, Texas Stock, $1,000/win USRA Modifieds; Plus USRA Factory Stocks, USRA Limited Mods, FWD 7/18/2020 $1,000/win USRA Modifieds; Plus Economy Modified, Economy Stock, Texas Stock, USRA Modifieds, USRA Factory Stocks, USRA Limited Mods, FWD 8/8/2020 $1,000/win USRA Modifieds; Plus Economy Modified, Economy Stock, Texas Stock, USRA Factory Stocks, USRA Limited Mods, FWD 8/29/2020 $1,000/win USRA Modifieds; Plus Economy Modified, Economy Stock, Texas Stock, USRA Factory Stocks, USRA Limited Mods, FWD 9/19/2020 Texas Sprint Series for RaceSaver IMCA Sprint Cars; Plus Economy Modified, Economy Stock, Texas Stock, USRA Factory Stocks, USRA Limited Mods, FWD 9/26/2020 $1,000/win USRA Modifieds, Plus Southern Topless Modified Series; and Economy Modified, Economy Stock, Texas Stock, USRA Factory Stocks, USRA Limited Mods, FWD 10/12/2020 (Monday 7pm) 2nd Annual Paul Peters Memorial featuring Sprint Car Bandits Series; Plus Texas Wing Modified Association, Economy Modified, Economy Stock, Texas Stock, USRA Modifieds, USRA Factory Stocks, USRA Limited Mods, FWD Click www.82Speedway.com for track information and www.SprintCarBandits.com for series info.
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