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  1. Featherlite Fall Jamboree fires off FridayAmerica’s marquee event for dirt modified racing takes place Friday and Saturday, September 25-26, when the Deer Creek Speedway in Spring Valley, Minn., hosts the 22nd Annual Featherlite Fall Jamboree.Here’s the list of pre-entered racers as of Thursday night:USMTS Modifieds0 Jake O'Neil, Tucson, Ariz.00 Robby Bunkelman, Abbotsford, Wis.00 Mark Gartner, Mapleton, Minn.00J J.D. Auringer, Waterloo, Iowa0X Nate Zimmerman, Janesville, Minn.02 Cole Denner, New Hampton, Iowa02 Tanner Mullens, Wichita, Kan.2X Brady Gerdes, Villard, Minn.4A Joel Alberts, Mantorville, Minn.4R Dereck Ramirez, Woodward, Okla.4R Jared Russell, Wagoner, Okla.5D Devon Havlik, Iowa Falls, Iowa6 Casey Skyberg, Rapid City, S.D.7S Todd Stinehart, Waseca, Minn.8C Chris Clark, Jackson Hole, Wyo.12 Jason Hughes, Watts, Okla.13X McKenzie Gerdes, Alexandria, Minn.14M Brian Mahlstedt, Ionia, Iowa15W Alex Williamson, Rushford, Minn.19 Dustin Sorensen, Rochester, Minn.19SB Lance Mari, El Centro, Calif.20 Rodney Sanders, Happy, Texas21 Jacob Bleess, Chatfield, Minn.21M Dean Mahlstedt, Clear Lake, Iowa21X Travis Saurer, Elizabeth, Minn.22 Jeff Spacek, Phillips, Wis.22H Dustin Hodges, Centralia, Mo.22S Cole Spacek, Phillips, Wis.23 Adam Kates, Tonganoxie, Kan.23 Darwyn Karau, Kasson, Minn.23B Brett Bumgardner, Hawkeye, Iowa24 Brad Waits, Rochester, Minn.24M Manuel Williams Jr., Fouke, Ark.24SR Manuel Williams Sr., Fouke, Ark.24W Mason Williams, Fouke, Ark.26G Ryan Gierke, Villard, Minn.27X Calvin Iverson, Eleva, Wis.29H Joe Horgdal, Kasson, Minn.33 Joe Ludemann, Grand Meadow, Minn.33Z Zack VanderBeek, New Sharon, Iowa36K Jayden Larson, Mankato, Minn.49JR Jake Timm, Winona, Minn.50III Brandon Davis, Hayfield, Minn.51W J.T. Wasmund, Pine Island, Minn.55 Colson Kirk, Urbana, Mo.55 Nathan Hagar, Adair, Okla.55W Jeffrey Wood, Chisholm, Minn.65 Tyler Davis, Haysville, Kan.65 Dustin Brown, Thornton, Iowa69 Lucas Schott, Chatfield, Minn.71 Jason Cummins, New Richland, Minn.71 Ryan Maitland, Waterloo, Iowa75 Terry Phillips, Springfield, Mo.77 Jacob Stark, Austin, Minn.90 Ryan Wetzstein, West Concord, Minn.91 Joe Duvall, Claremore, Okla.94JR John Doelle, Arcadia, Wis.99 Josh Angst, Winona, Minn.209 Ron Ver Beek, Oskaloosa, Iowa444 Brooks Strength, Raymond, Miss.503 Jason Miles, Glenwood, Ark.USRA B-Mods1Z Zach Davis, Lonsdale, Minn.2 Andrew Bleess, Chatfield, Minn.2M Brandon Maitland, Waterloo, Iowa4S Gavin Shaw, Brownsdale, Minn.6 Dustin Kruse, Brandon, S.D.8M Kaleb Modder, George, Iowa8X Josh Roney, Postville, Iowa10T Trevor Fecht, Allison, Iowa10 Adam Mietzner, Racine, Minn.16 Dan Hovden, Decorah, Iowa17B Matthew Buddenberg, Decorah, Iowa20 Derek Van Veldhuizen, Rock Rapids, Iowa21 Ryan Olson, Strum, Wis.24C Jim Chisholm, Osage, Iowa25 Joe Chisholm, Osage, Iowa28G David Gustafson, Pine Island, Minn.28 Parker Hale, Grand Meadow, Minn.30 Scott Demmer, Ellendale, Minn.32 Taylor Skauge, Caledonia, Minn.32Z Alex Zwanziger, Walker, Iowa33S Dustin Steinbrink, Austin, Minn.42 Dan Christopher, Decorah, Iowa43 Zach Brom, Winona, Minn.45 Cole Lonergan, Dexter, Minn.52 Hunter Nelson, Peterson, Minn.53 Tianna Mithun, New Richland, Minn.54 Jett Sorensen, Rochester, Minn.55H A.J. Hoff, Mantorville, Minn.55 Brody Shaw, Brownsdale, Minn.65J Josh Appel, Mason City, Iowa66 Levi Chipp, Latimer, Iowa66R Randy Van Veldhuizen, Rock Rapids, Iowa72 Alex Schubbe, North Mankato, Minn.95X Shaun Walski, Rollingstone, Minn.97X Don Schaefer, Eyota, Minn.97 Damien Vandenberg, Renner, S.D.97V Leigh Volkman, Rushford, Minn.98 Kyle Anderson, Decorah, Iowa99 Noah Grinstead, Austin, Minn.476X Troy Hovey, Decorah, IowaC3 Chad Staus, Otterville, Mo.Shortened to just two days this year thanks to COVID-19, the mega-event will be the next-to-last points races for the Summit USMTS National Championship fueled by Casey’s and will also feature the nation’s top USRA B-Mod racers both nights in the Christie Door Company Iron Man Challenge built by Medieval Chassis.The high-banked 3/8-mile clay oval located in the rolling hills of Southern Minnesota will be host to the world’s elite open-wheel dirt modified drivers as this year’s blockbuster has a few alterations due to the COVID-19 pandemic with the USMTS and Deer Creek Speedway staff looking to keep peace with State of Minnesota regulations regarding gatherings and social distancing.This year’s event will be a two-day show on Friday and Saturday, September 25-26, and will feature a $5,000-to-win, $400-to-start main event on Friday with a $10,000-to-win, $550-to-start feature on Saturday, plus the annual $2,000-to-win Non-Qualifiers Race.Again this year the Christie Door Company Iron Man Challenge featuring USRA B-Mods will be racing for $1,000 and $1,200 to win, respectively, on Friday and Saturday with valuable Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series national points up for grabs.There is no practice night his year and hot laps will be on Friday at 6 p.m. only. There are no plans to have hot laps on Saturday.The top 15 in heat race passing points are locked into “A” Main each night with the top 8 redrawing for the first eight starting positions. An additional 15 drivers will advance from the “B” Mains and 30 cars will start the main event each night in both classes. Saturday’s championship features will go three-wide for the green flag starts.The list of former USMTS winners here could serve as dirt modified racing’s half of fame class. Nine-time USMTS national champ Kelly Shryock won the first-ever USMTS contest here in 2002 but his 10 career wins at Deer Creek puts him second on the list behind Jason Hughes, who has a series-best 14 victories here. Rodney Sanders has also garnered 10 checkered flags here.Ryan Gustin has seven wins while Tim Donlinger and Terry Phillips each have five, along with defending USRA Modified national champion Brandon Davis, who won this event last year and recently became the track’s all-time winningest driver.Jason Cummins and Brad Waits have four apiece and three wins are noted by Cade Dillard, Zack VanderBeek and Joey Jensen. Two-time winners include Corey Dripps, Jason Krohn, Ryan Ruter, Stormy Scott, Lucas Schott, Johnny Scott and Dustin Sorensen.Drivers who have visited victory lane here one time include Mark Noble, Steve Wetzstein, Darin Walker, Tony Fraise, Dan Daniels, Chad Kinder, Mark Burgtorf, Brad McEwan, Randy Timms, Dean Mahlstedt, Tommy Myer, Mike Sorensen, Mike Spaulding, Dan Chapman, Les Duellman, Mike Hejna, Steve Arpin, Jon Tesch, Jordan Grabouski, Jeremy Payne, Craig Thatcher, Tommy Weder Jr., Dereck Ramirez, Jacob Bleess and Jake O’Neil who recently won the 15th Annual J&S JCB USMTS Labor Day Duel here.22ND ANNUAL FEATHERLITE FALL JAMBOREE DEER CREEK SPEEDWAY – SPRING VALLEY, MINNESOTA FRIDAY-SATURDAY, SEPT. 25-26, 2020Tickets can be purchased in advance at deercreekspeedway.ticketforce.com.SCHEDULE OF EVENTSFriday, September 253:00 p.m. – Pit gate opens, driver sign-in begins at USMTS trailer.5:00 p.m. – Grandstand gates open.6:00 p.m. – Hot laps being.6:30 p.m. – Drivers meeting.6:45 p.m. – Opening ceremonies.7:00 p.m. – Heat races begin.USRA B-Mod Heat Races(10 laps each, top 15 in passing points to “A” Main, top 8 redraw)USMTS Modified Heat Races(10 laps each, top 15 in passing points to “A” Main, top 8 redraw)USRA B-Mod “B” Mains (12 laps, top ____ to “A” MainUSMTS Modified “B” Mains (12 laps, top ____ to “A” MainUSRA B-Mod “A” Main (20 laps, $1,000 to win)USMTS Modified “A” Main (40 laps, $5,000 to win)Saturday, September 262:00 p.m. – Pit gate opens, driver sign-in begins at USMTS trailer.4:00 p.m. – Grandstand gates open.5:00 p.m. – Drivers meeting.5:45 p.m. – Opening ceremonies.6:00 p.m. – Heat races begin.USRA B-Mod Heat Races(10 laps each, top 15 in passing points to “A” Main, top 8 redraw)USMTS Modified Heat Races(10 laps each, top 15 in passing points to “A” Main, top 8 redraw)USRA B-Mod “B” Mains (12 laps, top ____ to “A” MainUSMTS Modified “B” Mains (12 laps, top ____ to “A” MainUSRA B-Mod “A” Main (25 laps, $1,200 to win)USMTS Modified Non-Qualifiers Race (25 laps, $2,000 to win)USMTS Modified “A” Main (50 laps, $10,000 to win)Past Champions:1999 – Ron Jones, Zimmerman, Minn.2000 – Johnny Saathoff, Beatrice, Neb.2001 – Willy Kraft, Lakefield, Minn.2002 – Mark Noble, Blooming Prairie, Minn.2003 – Dan Daniels, Humboldt, Kan.2004 – Kelly Shryock, Fertile, Iowa2005 – Jason Hughes, Colcord, Okla.2006 – Chad Kinder, Newton, Ill.2007 – Dean Mahlstedt, Clear Lake, Iowa2008 – Tim Donlinger, Rochester, Minn.2009 – Jason Hughes, Westville, Okla.2010 – Jason Hughes, Westville, Okla.2011 – Terry Phillips, Springfield, Mo.2012 – Joey Jensen, Forest Lake, Minn.2013 – Jason Hughes, Watts, Okla.2014 – Rodney Sanders, Happy, Texas2015 – Jason Hughes, Watts, Okla.2016 – Tommy Weder Jr., Woodward, Okla.2017 – Ryan Gustin, Marshalltown, Iowa2018 – Rodney Sanders, Happy, Texas2019 – Jacob Bleess, Chatfield, Minn.NOTE: The Featherlite Fall Jamboree was held at the Hamilton County Speedway in Webster City, Iowa, from 1999-2001. The event has been held at the Deer Creek Speedway since 2002.USMTS MODIFIED PAYOUTS, RULES & PROCEDURESUSMTS rules apply. Top-15 in passing points locked into “A” Main, top-8 redraw, 15 advance from “B” Mains to 30-car “A” Main both nights. Saturday’s “A” Main will start three wide. Top-30 in Saturday’s “B” Mains not advancing to “A” Main are eligible for Non-Qualifiers Race (redraw for starting spot). Summit USMTS National Championship fueled by Casey’s points and provisionals awarded each night. There is no Top Dog Bonus for this event.Friday's “A” Main: 1. $5000, 2. $2500, 3. $1500, 4. $1000, 5. $800, 6. $750, 7. $700, 8. $650, 9. $600, 10. $550, 11. $500, 12. $475, 13. $450, 14. $440, 15. $435, 16. $430, 17. $425, 18. $420, 19. $415, 20. $410, 21. $405, 22-30. $400; Tow $100.Saturday's Non-Qualifiers Race: 1. $2000, 2. $1200, 3. $900, 4. $700, 5. $600, 6. $550, 7. $500, 8. $450, 9. $425, 10. $400, 11. $375, 12. $350, 13. $325, 14. $300, 15. $275, 16. $250, 17. $240, 18. $235, 19. $230, 20. $225, 21. $220, 22. $215, 23. $210, 24. $205, 25-30. $200; Tow $100.Saturday's “A” Main: 1. $10,000, 2. $5000, 3. $3000, 4. $2500, 5. $2000, 6. $1500, 7. $1200, 8. $1000, 9. $900, 10. $800, 11. $750, 12. $700, 13. $650, 14. $625, 15. $600, 16. $575, 17. $570, 18. $565, 19. $560, 20. $555, 21-30. $550.The entry fee is $250 if received by the USMTS on or before 5 p.m. on September 21. After the deadline, the entry fee is $350. Entry fee covers both days. Download the entry form at usmts.com/downloads and then email, fax or mail completed form. Otherwise, call 515-832-7944 with payment info to register by phone.USRA B-MOD PAYOUTS, RULES & PROCEDURESUSRA rules apply. Top-15 in passing points locked into “A” Main, top-8 redraw, 15 advance from “B” Mains to 30-car “A” Main both nights. Saturday’s “A” Main will start three wide. Christie Door Company Iron Man Challenge points and Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series national points awarded each night.Friday's “A” Main: 1. $1000, 2. $700, 3. $500, 4. $400, 5. $300, 6. $250, 7. $225, 8. $200, 9. $175, 10. $150, 11. $145, 12. $140, 13. $135, 14. $130, 15. $125, 16. $120, 17. $115, 18. $110, 19. $105, 20-30. $100; Tow $60Saturday's “A” Main: 1. $1200, 2. $800, 3. $600, 4. $500, 5. $400, 6. $300, 7. $275, 8. $250, 9. $225, 10. $200, 11. $180, 12. $160, 13. $150, 14. $145, 15. $140, 16. $135, 17. $130, 18. $125, 19-30. $120; Tow $75The entry fee for Friday is $50 and Saturday is $75 if received by the USRA on or before 5 p.m. on September 21. After the deadline, the entry fee for Friday is $75 and Saturday is $100. Download the entry form at usraracing.com/downloads and then email, fax or mail completed form. Otherwise, call 515-832-6000 with payment info to register by phone.For those who cannot attend in person, every remaining USMTS event can be experienced live with a Pit Pass on RacinDirt.TV. Subscribe now and enjoy the best motorsports coverage on dirt.Currently, the 2020 schedule for the Summit USMTS National Championship fueled by Casey’s is highlighted by 40 nights of racing at 25 unique dirt ovals for the 22nd season of competition for the world’s Best of the Best in dirt modified racing.To connect with the USMTS check out USMTS.com, like us on Facebook, follow on Twitter, check us out on Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel. Keep up to speed by joining our email list
  2. Donny Schatz Returns To Victory Lane At Plymouth Speedway - Brad Sweet extends his points lead while Schatz cuts into his points deficit PLYMOUTH, IN — Sept. 24, 2020 — Eighteen races. That’s how long 10-time World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series champion Donny Schatz went without a win. The last time he went on a winless streak that long was in 2012 when he didn’t win for 33 straight races throughout the summer months. Paul Arch photo He put a stop to the idea of going that long without a win again Thursday night at Plymouth Speedway. With one of the best performances he’s had in two months, and a bit of luck, Schatz parked his CARQUEST Auto Parts #15 in Victory Lane at the Indiana track for the first time in his career. “These (Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing) guys kept digging,” said Schatz, of Fargo, ND. “We know the road to the top. We know the road to the bottom. These guys just keep working. They’ve tried to get a handle on the horsepower (of the Ford FPS 410 engine). This is a different combination for tonight and obviously everything that’s happen shows it’s going in the right direction. We’re happy about that.” Schatz teased the speed of his TSR car around the 3/8-mile track in August by setting a new track record. However, he had to wait until Thursday night to unleash the full potential of his ride due to rain postponing the August event. While he wasn’t able to match his track record, qualifying sixth, Schatz did outrun NASCAR-star Christopher Bell in their Drydene Heat Race to claim his ninth Heat win of the season. He then finished second in the DIRTVision Fast Pass Dash, behind winner Gio Scelzi, to lineup on the outside pole for the 35-lap Feature. Sheldon Haudenschild spoiled Schatz and Scelzi’s hopes of leading the first lap of the Feature, though. Hooked around the bottom, Haudenschild passed Schatz for second in the first corner and then snuck by Scelzi for the lead the next. His moment of glory lasted for three more turns before Scelzi pulled the trigger on a slide job entered Turn 3 and cleared Haudenschild for the lead before the exit of the corner. For the next half of the race, Scelzi held Haudenschild at about a car length’s distance back, while Haudenschild did the same to Schatz. Lap traffic changed that. The slower car of Brinton Marvel blocked Scelzi’s line around the bottom for two laps, allowing Haudenschild to close in and plan his attack. With 17 laps to go, Marvel nearly chopped Scelzi’s nose on the exit of Turn 4. Scelzi had to go from throttle to brake, while Haudenschild was all throttle off the corner and rocketed by the Logan Contractors Supply #18 car to take the lead. Schatz worked his way by Scelzi for second a lap later. Perfect timing. After holding the runner-up spot for a lap, Haudenschild handed Schatz the lead. The NOS Energy Drink #17 suffered a broken shock with 15 laps to go. Haudenschild’s time in the work area for repairs expired before the field resumed racing, forcing him to remain there and eventually end the night 23rd. On the final restart of the night, Schatz powered ahead of the field to lead his first laps of Feature. Reigning champion and current points leader Brad Sweet slid by Scelzi for second on the restart but didn’t have the speed to challenge Schatz. “Donny was definitely a little better there,” said Sweet, of Grass Valley, CA. “He could get through the lap cars. We caught the first lap car and couldn’t pass them. I just need to be a little better. Obviously, we missed the setup. I think we were better in the Heat Race and made our car worse in the Dash. But they reworked the track. We made some not so great decisions. But we win as a team. Lose as a team.” Looking like the dominant Schatz of races past, the multi-time champion cruised to a two-second victory over Sweet. “It feels good to finally get a win here,” Schatz said with a chuckle. “I can’t remember the last time. It’s been a while.” The victory is Schatz’s fourth of the year and 298th of his career. Kasey Kahne Racing ended the night with two podium finishes. Sweet finished second and James McFadden finished third in the Karavan #9 car. Jacob Allen nearly edged McFadden for third at the line but had to settle for fourth. Behind him, Tyler Courtney had an impressive fifth-place run – his first top-five finish with the World of Outlaws. Sweet was able to extend his points lead with 11 races remaining. He entered the night with an eight-point lead over Logan Schuchart and, with Schuchart finishing eighth, ended it 20-points ahead. Schatz’s win helped him cut his points deficit to 88 points behind Sweet. Haudenschild took a points hit. He remains fourth in points but is now 148 points behind Sweet. Carson Macedo, who earned the KSE Racing Hard Charger by racing from 22nd to ninth, is fifth in points, only four points behind Haudenschild now. For the time being, there's one number Schatz is most happy to about. Zero. His new winless streak. UP NEXT The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series, on Fri., Sept. 25, returns to Wayne County Speedway for a $15,000-to-win event presented by Slick Woody’s Cornhole Co. Click here for tickets. If you can’t make it to the track, you can watch all of the action live on DIRTVision. RESULTS NOS Energy Drink Feature (35 Laps) – 1. 15-Donny Schatz [2][$10,000]; 2. 49-Brad Sweet [5][$5,500]; 3. 9-James McFadden [8][$3,200]; 4. 1A-Jacob Allen [9][$2,800]; 5. 7BC-Tyler Courtney [6][$2,500]; 6. 18-Gio Scelzi [1][$2,300]; 7. 21-Christopher Bell [4][$2,200]; 8. 1S-Logan Schuchart [12][$2,100]; 9. 2-Carson Macedo [22][$2,050]; 10. 14-Parker Price-Miller [7][$2,000]; 11. 41-David Gravel [15][$1,500]; 12. 41S-Dominic Scelzi [16][$1,200]; 13. 11K-Kraig Kinser [10][$1,100]; 14. 72-Daryn Pittman [14][$1,050]; 15. 7S-Jason Sides [20][$1,000]; 16. 83-Spencer Bayston [13][$900]; 17. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg [11][$800]; 18. 2C-Wayne Johnson [18][$800]; 19. 99-Skylar Gee [17][$800]; 20. 27Z-Zane Devault [23][$800]; 21. 21X-Brinton Marvel [19][$800]; 22. 87-Aaron Reutzel [21][$800]; 23. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild [3][$800]; 24. 64-Scotty Thiel [24][$800]; Lap Leaders: Sheldon Haudenschild 1, 18-20; Gio Scelzi 2-17; Donny Schatz 21-35; KSE Hard Charger Award: 2-Carson Macedo[+13] Qualifying – 1. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild, 11.195; 2. 21-Christopher Bell, 11.361; 3. 49-Brad Sweet, 11.37; 4. 9-James McFadden, 11.388; 5. 14-Parker Price-Miller, 11.392; 6. 15-Donny Schatz, 11.417; 7. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg, 11.467; 8. 18-Gio Scelzi, 11.493; 9. 87-Aaron Reutzel, 11.52; 10. 11K-Kraig Kinser, 11.579; 11. 41-David Gravel, 11.59; 12. 1S-Logan Schuchart, 11.607; 13. 83-Spencer Bayston, 11.625; 14. 72-Daryn Pittman, 11.643; 15. 7BC-Tyler Courtney, 11.657; 16. 7S-Jason Sides, 11.713; 17. 1A-Jacob Allen, 11.716; 18. 39-Tyler Rankin, 11.754; 19. 97-Max Stambaugh, 11.76; 20. 41S-Dominic Scelzi, 11.78; 21. 2-Carson Macedo, 11.785; 22. 16A-Justin Sanders, 11.815; 23. 21X-Brinton Marvel, 11.838; 24. 33M-Mason Daniel, 11.849; 25. 99-Skylar Gee, 11.952; 26. 27Z-Zane Devault, 11.969; 27. 64-Scotty Thiel, 11.987; 28. 16C-Chase Ridenour, 12.007; 29. 23-Cole Macedo, 12.035; 30. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 12.16; 31. 49D-Shawn Dancer, 12.19; 32. 5R-Ryan Ruhl, 12.216; 33. 6-Bill Rose, 12.409
  3. AM Racing, Austin Wayne Self ready to roll the dice again at Las Vegas Motor Speedway LAS VEGAS, Nev: A perfect time. The NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series returns to Las Vegas (Nev.) Motor Speedway for Friday night’s World of Westgate 200 and the 17th race of the season is exactly what Austin Wayne Self and the AM Racing needed. Las Vegas is a place known for taking chances and with the team hungry for a top-10 finish in Truck Series competition, the opportunity to roll the dice in Sin City this weekend is definitely on the table. Speed hasn’t been a problem for the AM Racing team over the last eight weeks, unfortunately, two races in particular at World Wide Technology Raceway and last week at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway saw missed opportunities for the operation as Self was involved in incidents, not of his making. Bouncing back is important in sports and NASCAR is no different. Knowing that crew chief Eddie Troconis is bringing Self a competitive truck and a chance to earn a top-10 finish – Self plans to make his move and hope it’s a blackjack type of feeling. “I’m looking forward to Las Vegas this weekend,” said Self. “It’s one of the stops on the schedule that I know that we should be competitive and have an opportunity to put our AM Racing near the front.” Self will make his eighth career start at the 1.5-mile speedway track. In his previous seven starts, he hasn’t finished worse than 21st which ironically came in his track debut in 2016. To bookend the Las Vegas race this year, JB Henderson Construction is returning as the primary partner this weekend. “It is great to have JB Henderson Construction back on board this weekend at Las Vegas,” added Self. “They stepped up their commitment to our team this year and we’ve been able to represent them in a larger role which has been a big boost for our team.” This weekend, Self returns to Las Vegas on the heels of back-to-back 17th place finishes last fall and this past February. 17th won’t cut it as far as Self is concerned. He hopes to rekindle the strength of their fall effort in 2018 where the team finished ninth after starting 25th. “Las Vegas is a fun place to race,” he added. “The track has a lot of character and is very sensitive to weather. With no practice or qualifying, I know we’ll have to make some tweaks on our truck at the end of the first stage, especially as the track transition from day to night. “We just need to make sure we can get our truck handling through the bumps and accelerating the way we want through exiting the turns and onto the straightaways.” Even out of the Playoff picture, it’s still business as usual for the AM Racing team as Self expects the upward performance trend to continue to climb aboard his No. 22 GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet Silverado from now until Phoenix (Ariz.) Raceway in November. “We’re a relatively small team, but sometimes David can beat the Goliath and at times we’ve been able to show that on track with our heart and passion of racing,” added Self. “We have a lot of people, including our partners who are devoted to our race team and focused on seeing our team succeed not only in 2020 but as we start to think ahead to 2021.” In addition to primary partners JB Henderson Construction and GO TEXAN, AM Technical Solutions, AIRBOX Air Purifier, Don’t mess with Texas, CForce Bottling Company, Flying Circle, Kreuz Market and Prasek’s will serve as associate partners in the 18th race of the year. In 101 NGROTS races, the 2014 ARCA Menards Series Rookie of the Year has two top-fives (second at Daytona 2017, fifth at Michigan 2019) and seven top-10 finishes. The Texan maintains an average finish of 18.7 during his five years of competition. The Austin, Texas native is nestled 17th in the championship standings with six races remaining. The World of Westgate 200 (200 laps | 300 miles) is the 18th of 23 NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series races on the 2020 schedule. The 36-truck field will take the green flag on Fri. Sept. 25, 2020, shortly after 9:00 p.m. with live coverage on FOX Sports 1 (FS1), the Motor Racing Network (Radio) and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio (Satellite Radio, Channel 90). All times are local (Eastern). For more on Austin Wayne Self, please visit awsracing.com, like his Facebook page (Austin Wayne Self) or follow him on Twitter @AustinWSelf. For more on AM Racing, please visit AMRacingteam.com, like their Facebook page (AM Racing) or follow them on Twitter @AMRacingNASCAR. Visit JB Henderson Construction online at jbhenderson.com. Show your GO TEXAN pride: find Texas products, restaurants or enroll your business in GO TEXAN. Visit AM Technical Solutions online at amts.com. To learn more about AIRBOX Air Purifier and what they offer, please visit airboxairpurifier.com. For more information on Don’t mess with Texas and how you can become involved in the program, visit dontmesswithtexas.org. For more on Flying Circle, please visit flyingcirclegear.com, like them on Facebook (FlyingCircleGear) and follow them on Instagram (@flyingcirclegear) and Twitter (@flyingcircle_). Also, connect with Flying Circle on Pinterest and YouTube. For additional information on CForce premium artesian water, please visit cforce.com. For more on Kreuz Market, please visit kreuzmarket.com. like them on Facebook (KreuzMarketLockhart) and follow them on Twitter (@kreuzmarket). To learn more about Prasek’s and what they offer, please visit praseks.com. About AM Racing: AM Racing is a NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series (NGROTS) team owned by entrepreneur Tim Self. Established in December 2015, AM Racing is headquartered in Statesville, N.C. Operated by Self, a native of Austin, Texas, the team is prided on faith, honesty and intelligent performance.
  4. Dodge City Raceway Park's Tommie Estes, Jr, steps down from GM position DODGE CITY, Kan. (September 24, 2020) – An era comes to an end at Dodge City Raceway Park as Tommie Estes, Jr., has elected to step down from his position as track manager and promoter at the 3/8-mile clay oval in southwest Kansas. After a revolving door of promoters at the state-of-the-art facility in its first decade as a dirt track, Estes, Jr., assumed the role in 2011 soon after leaving his previous position as series coordinator with the American Sprint Car Series. Estes, Jr., has guided the DCRP facility for the past ten years, establishing several notable events including the DCRP Sprint Car Nationals and creating the 1/7-mile Little DCRP clay oval to provide a training ground for younger racers to develop their skills. After the racing facility completed its final weekend of a condensed 2020 racing season on September 19-20, Estes, Jr., announced the decision to resign from the position. “The city of Dodge City offered to extend my contract for another three years, but I declined,” Estes, Jr., explains. “I have enjoyed my ten years at Dodge City Raceway Park and appreciate all the support from the fans, racers, staff and sponsors over the past ten years. I just felt that it was time for a change and time to explore some other opportunities.” Estes, Jr., finished out his tenure at Dodge City Raceway Park with this past weekend’s Eighth Annual Jerry Soderberg Memorial Championship event atop the 3/8-mile clay oval including the track’s championship chase divisions of Hambelton Racing DCRP Sprint Cars, IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Sport Modifieds, IMCA Stock Cars and IMCA Hobby Stocks as well as Sunday’s Little DCRP season finale for Micro Sprints and Karts. No immediate plans have been announced for the successor to Estes, Jr., at the Dodge City Raceway Park clay oval. Dodge City Raceway Park is located on the south edge of Dodge City, KS, on US 283, then 0.9 miles west on US 56, then 0.1 miles south. For more information, contact the track at 620-225-3277 or check www.dodgecityraceway.com.
  5. Racing resumes this weekend at I-37 Speedway! Like,Tag your Friends and Share for chance to win a pair of FREE General Admission Tickets...... Will give a couple of pairs this week! Factory Stocks racing for $500 to win Late Models racing for $500 to win Courtesy of Vermeer Equipment
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  8. Harris Capitalizes on Spinning Leaders to Win Hope for Harlie Finale at Cedar Ridge - Krup, Hoffman and Nicely tangle in Turns 1-2 after battling in lapped traffic MORGANTOWN, KY – Sept. 19, 2020 – After one of the wildest turn of events seen all year on the DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals circuit, Utica, KY’s own Josh Harris pulled off his fourth career victory with the tour in Saturday night’s Hope for Harlie finale at Cedar Ridge Speedway. Harris had marched his way up from ninth to fourth and was riding with a sizable gap to Tyler Nicely as they rounded Turn 4 to complete Lap 26. By the time he reached the exit of Turn 2 on Lap 27, Harris was the race leader. Friday night’s Hope for Harlie preliminary Feature winner Will Krup had led since the drop of the green and was in the thick of a big battle for the lead with 2020 tour champion Nick Hoffman, deep in lapped traffic. The two frontrunners approached a pack of several slower cars, spread out across all three grooves, with Hoffman on the top and Krup on the bottom. Coming out of Turn 4 on Lap 26, Hoffman made a dive to the inside to try and get around the pack but hadn’t quite cleared Krup’s nose and made contact with it going down the frontstretch. Hoffman was able to gather it back in before entering Turn 1, but ended up sliding up the track right in front of Krup, who had switched to the high side. The contact that ensued sent both drivers around in the middle of Turns 1-2, leaving Nicely barreling through with no place to go, as he and another lapped car piled in and made substantial contact. “Nick went to the bottom there and I crossed lanes to go to the top, he slid from the top and I just had nowhere to go,” Krup said of the incident. “I tried to get on the brakes. Looking at the video, Tyler didn’t have anywhere to go, so he got into me, and it was just all a bang-bang deal, all three of us were out.” And just like that, all three leaders were taken out of the race. Nicely left the racing surface on the hook, Krup drove back to the pit area and Hoffman soon followed suit. “I’d seen Tyler [Nicely] right in front of me,” Harris said from his point-of-view. “I wasn’t really gaining on him and he wasn’t getting away from me. I was hoping we had a caution so we could race it out and see where we were with him, but I wasn’t expecting the caution to be for all three of them. “We got through that wreck; there were cars going everywhere, it was kinda like a Daytona crash.” With Harris now in the lead, it was his race to lose. The field went back to green as Danny Schwartz, Jimmy Payne and Gabriel Kirtley now moved into the picture. Try as they may, though, Harris’ Mark Bush Racing Chassis #22H was not to be beaten. He led the field the rest of the way home in the 40-lap contest to pick up his first Summit Modified victory of the season and the $3,000 top prize. “I have lost plenty the way that I won it tonight. Obviously [this is] not the way you want to win it, but you take them any way you can get them,” Harris said. Meanwhile, the Elite Chassis trio sat parked in the pit area, loading up after a sour conclusion to the weekend that ended with finishes of 13th (Hoffman), 14th (Krup) and 15th (Nicely). Through it all, Krup did come away with the one victory on Friday night, although he felt he could have completed the sweep on Saturday. “We were just kinda cruising there, trying not to burn up the tires,” Krup said. “Just trying to take our time, pick off the lapped traffic when we could. It got super racey there, and I think our car pretty good and definitely had a shot to win this deal.” Despite his gain from their expense on Saturday, Harris did tip his cap to the dominance of the Elite Chassis gang throughout the year. Hoffman, Krup, Nicely and Plainfield, IL-pilot Mike McKinney have combined for a significant number of Feature wins this year, and Harris will be gunning for them next season. “Our car was really good. We’ve been really working hard on chasing those guys. It’s no secret that those three and McKinney are the four fastest cars in the country right now. I believe we’re fifth right behind them,” Harris said. UP NEXT The 2020 DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals field jumps back into action one final time this year for the Modified portion of the Hooiser Dirt Shootout makeup race at Kokomo Speedway. Catch all the action live on DIRTVision. Feature (40 Laps) 1. 22H-Josh Harris [9]; 2. 21D-Danny Schwartz [11]; 3. 68-Jimmy Payne [4]; 4. K7-Gabriel Kirtley [13]; 5. 16C-John Clippinger [14]; 6. 59R-Jacob Rexing [5]; 7. 24-Zeke McKenzie [8]; 8. 37-Ty Shearon [21]; 9. 121-Caleb Slaughter [16]; 10. 62E-Kim Edington [23]; 11. 03-Zach Dennis [10]; 12. 1S-Brian Shaw [7]; 13. 7-Nick Hoffman [3]; 14. K19-Will Krup [2]; 15. 25-Tyler Nicely [6]; 16. 29S-Bill Sollers [20]; 17. 11-Dennis Vincent [19]; 18. 22-Wade Wenthe [1]; 19. R4-Ricky Arms [12]; 20. 55-Blaze Melton [15]; 21. 13-Charlie Mefford [18]; 22. 99-Teagan Embrey [17] 23. 8-TJ Armour [22]; 24. 46-Johnny Madden [24]
  9. Logan Schuchart Ropes Second Devil’s Bowl Win - The championship points battle tightens with only eight points separating Brad Sweet and Schuchart MESQUITE, TX — Sept. 19, 2020 — Blood was in the water. The scent of victory lingered for Shark Racing’s Logan Schuchart at Devil’s Bowl Speedway Saturday night. The hunger for a win had been turning in his stomach for the past two months. Since claiming the trophy at the Terre Haute Action Track in mid-July, Schuchart went on a run of 18 top-10 finishes in a row, including four runner-up finishes, but no wins. When the opportunity to visit Victory Lane for the second year in a row at Devil’s Bowl – the birthplace of the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series – presented itself, Schuchart made the most of it. He maneuvered his way past the likes of Jason Sides, Jacob Allen, Sheldon Haudenschild and David Gravel to go from fifth to the lead by the halfway point of the 30-lap Feature and then went on to claim the $20,000 win. “We’ve had a lot of seconds and thirds in the last two months,” said Schuchart, of Hanover, PA. “Some really good races. Ran up front with big names and with great teams. There’s a lot of great teams out here that are tough to beat but this Drydene Performance Products race team is going to keep working hard and do the best we can to get this thing in the winner’s circle. “Just happy to see these guys’ hard work – Ron Helmick, Ben Witman, Tyler Garber, Brendan Collum, Bill (Klingbeil), my grandfather (Bobby Allen), Michael Newman, everybody that is a part of this team – to just get this thing were it needs to be and see their hard work pay off and get this thing back in victory lane where it belongs.” The victory was his sixth of the season and 22nd of his World of Outlaws career. It also helped him close back in on the championship lead. He now trails points leader Brad Sweet, who finished fourth, by eight points with 12 races remaining. Before Schuchart galloped his Drydene sponsored horse through the field, Gravel and Haudenschild entered the Feature as the early favorites. Gravel set Quick Time for the fifth time this year – tying him with Sweet and Kyle Larson for the most Quick Time awards this season – won his Drydene Heat Race and then the DIRTVision Fast Pass Dash. However, his Dash win came with a bit of luck. Gravel and Haudenschild crossed the finish line at a dead tie – 0.000. Since Gravel led the lap prior, he was awarded the victory. Like Schuchart, Gravel has craved a return to Victory Lane. His last win came at Knoxville Raceway about a month ago. He earned seven top-five finishes in the nine races after and had been a contender to win in several of them. He felt Saturday night at Devil’s Bowl could finally result in another trophy. He rocketed ahead of the field in the early stage of the Feature, leaving little hope for second-place Haudenschild to get as close to him as he did during the Dash. While he led, Schuchart did his dance through the field. He was in fourth by Lap 3. Third by Lap 8. And second by Lap 9. Five laps later he could sense the blood in the water. Gravel was in sight and in striking distance. As the pair exited Turn 2, they had to split the lap car of rookie Mason Daniel, who ran the middle lane through the corner. Gravel chose to go high and Schuchart went low. The Pennsylvania driver’s choice proved to be most beneficial. Gravel was left little room between he, Daniel, and the edge of the track, forcing him to back off the throttle, while Schuchart was left an open door to jolt by them both. That split second opportunity was all he needed to accomplish his quest of obtaining another victory. Gravel attempted to run him down in the closing laps, keeping him within reach but a caution with three laps to go allowed Schuchart to restart in clear and cruise to the win. “We had a good enough car to win,” said Gravel, of Watertown, CT. “I’m really bummed for my guys and all our sponsors here tonight. Sometimes it’s better running second there. Mason Daniel has been hard to lap all season and he decides to miss the bottom and give Logan the bottom. It is what it is. We’ll take second and move on.” He’s on a streak of 26 top-10 finishes in a row, which has helped keep Jason Johnson Racing in the hunt for the team championship. They are currently tied with Schuchart’s Shark Racing team for second in points – 8 points behind Kasey Kahne Racing. Haudenschild rounded out the podium with his third-place finish, continuing to be one of the best cars on the tour at the moment. He’s collected 12 top-10 finishes in his last 16 races – five of them being wins. He’s now only 14 points behind 10-time Series champion Donny Schatz for third in the driver points. “The car was good,” said Haudenschild, of Wooster, OH. “Logan (Schuchart) getting by me was a big move. I think we could have kept up with the 41 (of Gravel), but, man, it was a tough track. I feel like in traffic we could have had a shot. We all got bunched up there. We’ll take a third and keep pushing here.” UP NEXT The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series returns to Plymouth Speedway in Plymouth, IN on Thurs., Sept. 24. Get tickets by clicking here. If you can’t make it to the track, you can watch all of the action live on DIRTVision. RESULTS NOS Energy Drink Feature (30 Laps) – 1. 1S-Logan Schuchart [5][$20,000]; 2. 41-David Gravel [1][$6,000]; 3. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild [2][$3,750]; 4. 49-Brad Sweet [9][$3,250]; 5. 1A-Jacob Allen [3][$2,750]; 6. 15-Donny Schatz [7][$2,500]; 7. 2-Carson Macedo [12][$2,400]; 8. 11X-John Carney [13][$2,300]; 9. 7S-Jason Sides [4][$2,200]; 10. 2C-Wayne Johnson [15][$2,100]; 11. 11K-Kraig Kinser [10][$1,700]; 12. 17G-Channin Tankersley [14][$1,400]; 13. 14-Parker Price-Miller [6][$1,300]; 14. 83-Daryn Pittman [8][$1,200]; 15. 33M-Mason Daniel [18][$1,100]; 16. 27-Tucker Klaasmeyer [11][$1,000]; 17. 42P-Preston Perlmutter [20][$1,000]; 18. 9S-Kyle Clark [19][$1,000]; 19. 1J-Danny Jennings [16][$1,000]; 20. 1X-Jake Bubak [17][$1,000]; 21. 6-Bill Rose [22][$1,000]; 22. 72-Chris Tarrant [21][$1,000]; Lap Leaders: David Gravel 1-14, Logan Schuchart 15-30; KSE Hard Charger Award: 49-Brad Sweet[+5] Qualifying – 1. 41-David Gravel, 13.631; 2. 1A-Jacob Allen, 13.634; 3. 1S-Logan Schuchart, 13.665; 4. 7S-Jason Sides, 13.67; 5. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild, 13.7; 6. 14-Parker Price-Miller, 13.72; 7. 11K-Kraig Kinser, 13.735; 8. 83-Daryn Pittman, 13.756; 9. 49-Brad Sweet, 13.827; 10. 15-Donny Schatz, 13.858; 11. 27-Tucker Klaasmeyer, 13.908; 12. 2-Carson Macedo, 14.043; 13. 11X-John Carney, 14.089; 14. 1X-Jake Bubak, 14.18; 15. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 14.263; 16. 9S-Kyle Clark, 14.291; 17. 17G-Channin Tankersley, 14.324; 18. 33M-Mason Daniel, 14.34; 19. 6-Bill Rose, 14.57; 20. 42P-Preston Perlmutter, 14.588; 21. 72-Chris Tarrant, 14.621; 22. 1J-Danny Jennings, 14.834
  10. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. Charges To Third $10,000 Hockett/McMillin Memorial Victory by Bryan Hulbert WHEATLAND, Mo. (September 19, 2020) Falling back to third for most of the SawBlade.com A-Feature Saturday night, a caution with eight laps to go saw Sam Hafertepe, Jr. mount the late-race charge to secure the $10,000 prize in the General Tire Hockett/McMillin Memorial at Lucas Oil Speedway with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network. “That was really exciting. If these fans didn’t enjoy that, I don’t know, because there just isn’t better racing than that,” stated Hafertepe. “These guys, they drove their hearts out and I feel like all three of us should have won this deal. It was just a badass race. Everybody drove each other clean, we were throwing sliders, and that cushion was tough. It was treacherous and really, our car wasn’t that good. Them two had us covered, but I just didn’t give up and kept pushing, and pushing, and pushing. I’ve won this race two other times, and I was determined to make it three.” Chasing Mark Smith and Derek Hagar on the Lap 32 restart, Hafertepe rolled by Smith for second on Lap 36. Trailing Hagar by 1.301-seconds, Sam leaned hard on the nearly foot tall cushion that circled the three-eights mile oval. Closing it down to 0.874-seconds the following lap, Sam was within mere car lengths as the pair raced into the third and fourth turns. Hooking the cushion through the fourth turn, Hagar’s No. 9jr suddenly shot right, launching into the fluff just long enough to give Hafertepe room to sail into the lead on Lap 38. Racing to the white flag with Hagar in hot pursuit, Hafertepe kept it smooth through the final circuit for his sixth National Tour score of the season. Also counting as a win with the Racinboys.com ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. tied Jesse Hockett’s nine regional triumphs. Hagar crossed second with Mark Smith, who dominated the opening 27 laps, ending his weekend third. Making up five positions in the Dissolvalloy No. 88, Oklahoma’s Shane Stewart crossed fourth with Justin Sanders completing the top five. Going red for Scott Bogucki, who was running fourth coming to the checkered flag, the finish reverted to the white flag lap after the No. 15h. Racing around Hafertepe through the opening half of the A-Feature, Dylan Westbrook slipped to sixth with Jordon Mallett seventh. Ayrton Gennetten was eighth with Tim Crawley making up four spots to ninth while Roger Crockett completed the top ten. Starting the night with SCE Gaskets Qualifiers, wins went to Shane Stewart, Seth Bergman, Jonathan Cornell, and Harli White. BMRS B-Features went to Sean McClelland, Garet Williamson, and Brandon Anderson. The Brodix LCQ went to Sean McClelland. Provisionals were used by Blake Hahn (Points), Matt Covington (Points), and Miles Paulus (Regional). The next event for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network is the $10,041 to win COMP Cams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tire on Friday, October 2 and Saturday, October 3. Tickets and event info can be found at http://www.i-30speedway.com. Race Results: ASCS National Tour | ASCS Warrior Region Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, Mo.) Hockett/McMillin Memorial - Night 3 Saturday, September 19, 2020 Event Count: 77 SCE Gaskets Qualifiers (Top 2 from each advance to the A-Feature) Qualifier 1 (12 Laps): 1. 88X-Shane Stewart[4]; 2. 1X-Tim Crawley[2]; 3. 1-Sean McClelland[3]; 4. 21P-Robbie Price[6]; 5. 52-Blake Hahn[1]; 6. 7C-Justyn Cox[5]; 7. 84-Brandon Hanks[8]; 8. 5T-Ryan Timms[7]; 9. 20G-Jake Greider[12]; 10. 17B-Ryan Bickett[11]; 11. 88-Travis Reber[13]; 12. 90X-Matt Tanner[10]; 13. 95X-Asa Swindell[14]; 14. 0-Corey Nelson[9]; 15. 75B-Brian Boswell[15]; 16. (DNS) 87-Jason Barney; 17. (DNS) 97-Scotty Milan; 18. (DNS) 5D-Zach Daum Qualifier 2 (12 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[2]; 2. 94-Jeff Swindell[3]; 3. 47-Dale Howard[1]; 4. 24D-Danny Sams III[4]; 5. 51B-Joe B Miller[6]; 6. 77X-Alex Hill[8]; 7. 95-Matt Covington[7]; 8. 4-Evan Martin[10]; 9. 9M-Cody Baker[5]; 10. 15-Jase Randolph[9]; 11. 3Z-Zach Davis[11]; 12. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[13]; 13. 86-Timothy Smith[12]; 14. (DNS) 22S-Slater Helt; 15. (DNS) 45-Chuck Hebing; 16. (DNS) 75-Tyler Blank; 17. (DNS) 21R-Gunner Ramey Qualifier 3 (12 Laps): 1. 28C-Jonathan Cornell[2]; 2. 9-Chase Randall[6]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson[3]; 4. 91T-Tyler Thomas[1]; 5. 21-Miles Paulus[5]; 6. 2-Brad Bowden[7]; 7. 22L-Connor Leoffler[12]; 8. 11A-Austin O'Neal[14]; 9. 31-Casey Wills[11]; 10. 76-Jay Russell[8]; 11. 23G-Steven Shebester[9]; 12. 46-Ryan Coniam[10]; 13. 30-Joseph Miller[15]; 14. 99-Bobby Butler[13]; 15. (DNF) 3M-Howard Moore[4]; 16. (DNS) 5-Kory Bales; 17. (DNS) 29-Emilio Hoover Qualifier 4 (12 Laps): 1. 17W-Harli White[2]; 2. 11-Roger Crockett[1]; 3. 14E-Kyle Bellm[3]; 4. 24-Garet Williamson[4]; 5. 8-Devon Borden[7]; 6. 18T-Tanner Holmes[6]; 7. 22-Riley Goodno[5]; 8. 19-Colby Thornhill[9]; 9. 57-Billy Butler[8]; 10. 26-Marshall Skinner[10]; 11. 7B-Ben Brown[13]; 12. 10L-Landon Britt[12]; 13. 3P-Rusty Potter[14]; 14. 13-Chase Howard[11]; 15. (DNS) 121-Steve Glover; 16. (DNS) 37H-Matthew Howard; 17. (DNS) 28V-Luke Verardi BMRS B-Feature (Top 5 from each advance to the LCQ) B Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 1-Sean McClelland[1]; 2. 14E-Kyle Bellm[2]; 3. 91T-Tyler Thomas[3]; 4. 7C-Justyn Cox[5]; 5. 4-Evan Martin[8]; 6. 18T-Tanner Holmes[6]; 7. 20G-Jake Greider[9]; 8. 3M-Howard Moore[17]; 9. 57-Billy Butler[10]; 10. 10L-Landon Britt[14]; 11. 22L-Connor Leoffler[7]; 12. 76-Jay Russell[11]; 13. 90X-Matt Tanner[13]; 14. (DNF) 51B-Joe B Miller[4]; 15. (DNF) 3Z-Zach Davis[12]; 16. (DNS) 30-Joseph Miller; 17. (DNS) 99-Bobby Butler B Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 24-Garet Williamson[3]; 2. 21-Miles Paulus[4]; 3. 9M-Cody Baker[9]; 4. 77X-Alex Hill[5]; 5. 17B-Ryan Bickett[10]; 6. 11A-Austin O'Neal[8]; 7. 26-Marshall Skinner[11]; 8. 3P-Rusty Potter[15]; 9. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[13]; 10. 95X-Asa Swindell[14]; 11. (DNF) 23G-Steven Shebester[12]; 12. (DNF) 47-Dale Howard[1]; 13. (DNF) 21P-Robbie Price[2]; 14. (DNF) 84-Brandon Hanks[6]; 15. (DNF) 22-Riley Goodno[7]; 16. (DNS) 13-Chase Howard B Feature 3 (15 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 3. 8-Devon Borden[4]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[6]; 5. 2-Brad Bowden[5]; 6. 5T-Ryan Timms[7]; 7. 19-Colby Thornhill[8]; 8. 24D-Danny Sams III[2]; 9. 0-Corey Nelson[15]; 10. 31-Casey Wills[9]; 11. 86-Timothy Smith[14]; 12. 15-Jase Randolph[10]; 13. 46-Ryan Coniam[13]; 14. 88-Travis Reber[11]; 15. (DNF) 7B-Ben Brown[12]; 16. (DNF) 75B-Brian Boswell[16] Brodix Last Chance Qualifier (Top 6 advance to the A-Feature) Last Chance Qualifier (12 Laps): 1. 1-Sean McClelland[1]; 2. 55B-Brandon Anderson[2]; 3. 14E-Kyle Bellm[5]; 4. 24-Garet Williamson[3]; 5. 9M-Cody Baker[8]; 6. 8-Devon Borden[9]; 7. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 8. 7C-Justyn Cox[10]; 9. 2-Brad Bowden[13]; 10. 77X-Alex Hill[12]; 11. 17B-Ryan Bickett[14]; 12. 4-Evan Martin[15]; 13. (DNF) 95-Matt Covington[11]; 14. (DNF) 21-Miles Paulus[6]; 15. (DNF) 91T-Tyler Thomas[7] Sawblade.com A-Feature A Feature (40 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[2]; 2. 9JR-Derek Hagar[5]; 3. M1-Mark Smith[1]; 4. 88X-Shane Stewart[9]; 5. 16A-Justin Sanders[7]; 6. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[6]; 7. 14-Jordon Mallett[3]; 8. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[8]; 9. 1X-Tim Crawley[13]; 10. 11-Roger Crockett[16]; 11. 8-Devon Borden[22]; 12. 14E-Kyle Bellm[19]; 13. 28C-Jonathan Cornell[11]; 14. 55B-Brandon Anderson[18]; 15. 24-Garet Williamson[20]; 16. 28-Scott Bogucki[4]; 17. 52-Blake Hahn[23]; 18. 9M-Cody Baker[21]; 19. 23-Seth Bergman[10]; 20. 1-Sean McClelland[17]; 21. 9-Chase Randall[15]; 22. 94-Jeff Swindell[14]; 23. 17W-Harli White[12]; 24. 21-Miles Paulus[25]; 25. 95-Matt Covington[24] Lap Leader(s): Mark Smith 1-27; Derek Hagar 28-37; Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 38-40 Hard Charger: Devon Borden +11 High Point Driver: N/A Provisional(s): Blake Hahn (Points); Matt Covington (Points); Miles Paulus (Regional) 2020 Driver Standings (Top 15): 1. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 1,942; 2. Roger Crockett 1,680; 3. Harli White 1,613; 4. Scott Bogucki 1,600; 5. Jordon Mallett 1,581; 6. Blake Hahn 1,539; 7. Dylan Westbrook 1,526, 8. Matt Covington 1,446; 9. Garet Williamson 1,367; 10. Danny Sams 1,282; 11. Chase Randall 1,237; 12. Alex Hill 1,226; 13. Ryan Bickett 1,133; 14. Travis Reber 1,107; 15. Justin Sanders 907; 2020 A-Feature Winner(s): Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 6 (2/29 – Canyon Speedway Park; 6/25 – Caney Valley Speedway; 6/27 – I-30 Speedway; 7/17 – U.S. 36 Raceway; 9/13 – I-80 Speedway; 9/19 – Lucas Oil Speedway); Mark Smith – 2 (9/17 – Lucas Oil Speedway, 9/18 – Lucas Oil Speedway); Matt Covington - 1 (2/28 - Canyon Speedway Park); Brad Sweet – 1 (3/6 – Merced Speedway); Andy Forsberg – 1 (3/8 – Petaluma Speedway); Harli White – 1 (7/11 – Riverside International Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (8/6 – Knoxville Raceway); Lynton Jeffrey – 1 (8/7 – Knoxville Raceway); Kerry Madsen – 1 (8/8 – Knoxville Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/9 – Southern Iowa Speedway); 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 Video Broadcast: http://www.racinboys.com Live-Scoring (Where Applicable): MRP Live ASCS National Tour Drivers Online: Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA.): http://www.sethbergmanracing.com Ryan Bickett (Ramona, SD): https://www.facebook.com/rynotrucking 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 Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK): http://www.blakehahnracing.com Alex Hill (Six Nations, Ontario, Can.): https://twitter.com/alexhill77x Thomas Kennedy (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Can.): https://twitter.com/tjkennedy21k Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR): https://www.jordonmallett.com Robbie Price (Cobble Hill, BC, Can.): http://www.bdsmotorsportsllc.com Chase Randall (Waco, TX): https://twitter.com/chaserandall09 Danny Sams III (North Port, Fla.): https://www.samslamtnracing.com Harli White (Lindsay, OK): http://www.harliwhiteracing.net Dylan Westbrook (Scotland, Ont. Can.): https://twitter.com/westbrook47x Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO.): https://twitter.com/garetw3
  11. McCreadie Makes Late Race Pass for $30,000 at I-80 Speedway GREENWOOD, NE (September 19, 2020) - Tim McCreadie made a daring pass on race leader Jimmy Owens on lap 78 to win the Al Belt Custom Homes I-80 Nationals on Saturday Night at I-80 Speedway. McCreadie earned $30,000 for his sixth Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt series win of the season. Owens, the current LOLMDS Point Leader, finished in second followed by Ricky Thornton Jr., Josh Richards, and Kyle Strickler. Richards grabbed the lead at the start of the event and led the first six laps until Brandon Overton wrestled the lead from him. Overton's lead was short-lived as Richards charged back around him to regain the top spot. Richards held the point until third place starting Owens took over the lead of the race. McCreadie got to second place, around Richards on lap 59. With Owens in front, two cautions came out on laps 64 and 70, which kept the field bunched up. With ten laps to go, the final restart saw Owens keep a steady pace ahead of McCreadie, but McCreadie suddenly bolted ahead of Owens as the duo were working lap 77. McCreadie held the lead until the checkered flag came out. McCreadie's 21st career LOLMDS win came over Owens by .872 seconds at the finish. "It's hard to lead here. I began to diamond off one and two pretty good. My crew signaled to me that the 20 car was running hard through the middle in three. I had a little bit of run off of four and I figured if I am going to slide Jimmy Owens I had better clear him, because he doesn't hit anybody on the track. My hat is off to the 20 team, they have been making us pay all year long. It's an honor to run behind him for most of the year because he is a class act." Owens led laps 38 through 77, but finished second to McCreadie. Owens will still maintain a healthy point lead heading to Brownstown Speedway next weekend. "We put on a good show for the fans. With the cautions, it just let those guys catch up to us and gave Timmy a shot for the lead. He cleared me and he passed me good. The consistency we have had all year has been awesome. We have been very fortunate this year for sure." Thornton, who finished second in the Silver Dollar Nationals back in July at I-80, earned another podium finish on Saturday Night. "We were good. I was running around the top and I moved around a little bit. I really didn't want that last yellow. As long as we keep running like this everybody will be excited." The winners Paylor Motorsports Longhorn Chassis is powered by a Cornett Racing Engine and is sponsored by Mega Plumbing of the Carolinas, Bilstein Shocks, VP Fuels, Sweeteners Plus, D&E Marine, and Racing for Heroes. Completing the top ten were Brandon Sheppard, Hudson O'Neal, Kyle Bronson, Ryan Gustin, and Tyler Erb. Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Race Summary Optima Batteries I-80 Nationals - Presented by General Tire Saturday, September 19th, 2020 I-80 Speedway - Greenwood, NE Tiger Rear Ends B-Main #1 Finish (12 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): 1. 71-Hudson O'Neal[1]; 2. 1C-Chad Simpson[3]; 3. 2S-Stormy Scott[4]; 4. 99JR-Frank Heckenast Jr[2]; 5. 04-Tad Pospisil[5]; 6. 98J-Jason Rauen[8]; 7. 16-Tyler Bruening[6]; 8. 98-Ben Schaller[9]; 9. 43-Jeremy Grady[12]; 10. 22H-Daniel Hilsabeck[7]; 11. 3C-Mike Collins[11]; 12. 76B-Blair Nothdurft[13]; 13. 29D-Spencer Diercks[10]; 14. (DNS) 6D-Dylan Schmer FAST Shafts B-Main #2 Finish (12 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): 1. 777-Jared Landers[3]; 2. 1T-Tyler Erb[2]; 3. 21-Billy Moyer Jr[4]; 4. 1-Earl Pearson Jr[7]; 5. 62-Justin Zeitner[6]; 6. 81E-Tanner English[1]; 7. 53-Andrew Kosiski[8]; 8. 14J-Jake Neal[12]; 9. 14M-Reid Millard[10]; 10. L88-Larry Clawson[11]; 11. 26JR-Corey Zeitner[9]; 12. 10C-Junior Coover[13]; 13. 56-Chris Spieker[5]; 14. (DNS) 112-Tyler Smith Non-Qualifiers Race Finish (10 Laps, Winner Choice to Transfer): 1. 14J-Jake Neal[6]; 2. 04-Tad Pospisil[1]; 3. 62-Justin Zeitner[2]; 4. 22H-Daniel Hilsabeck[9]; 5. 98-Ben Schaller[5]; 6. 98J-Jason Rauen[3]; 7. 56-Chris Spieker[16]; 8. 53-Andrew Kosiski[4]; 9. 14M-Reid Millard[8]; 10. 10C-Junior Coover[14]; 11. 26JR-Corey Zeitner[12]; 12. 3C-Mike Collins[11]; 13. 76B-Blair Nothdurft[13]; 14. L88-Larry Clawson[10]; 15. 43-Jeremy Grady[7]; 16. (DNS) 29D-Spencer Diercks; 17. (DNS) 6D-Dylan Schmer; 18. (DNS) 112-Tyler Smith Lucas Oil Feature Finish (80 Laps): Pos Start Car # Competitor Hometown Pay 1 4 39 Tim McCreadie Watertown, NY $30,700 2 3 20 Jimmy Owens Newport, TN $18,900 3 11 20RT Ricky Thornton Jr Adel, IA $10,000 4 1 14 Josh Richards Shinnston, WV $7,800 5 6 8 Kyle Strickler Mooresville, NC $6,000 6 12 1S Brandon Sheppard New Berlin, IL $5,000 7 19 71 Hudson O'Neal Martinsville, IN $4,600 8 18 40B Kyle Bronson Brandon, FL $5,100 9 10 19R Ryan Gustin Marshalltown, IA $4,200 10 22 1T Tyler Erb New Waverly, TX $4,700 11 7 9 Devin Moran Dresden, OH $4,600 12 14 32S Chris Simpson Oxford, IA $3,800 13 21 1C Chad Simpson Mt. Vernon, IA $3,700 14 26 1 Earl Pearson Jr Jacksonville, FL $4,400 15 15 49 Jonathan Davenport Blairsville, GA $4,500 16 27 81E Tanner English Benton, KY $4,100 17 5 25 Shane Clanton Zebulon, GA $4,000 18 28 16 Tyler Bruening Decorah, IA $3,900 19 30 04 Tad Pospisil Norfolk, NE $3,100 20 20 777 Jared Landers Winston-Salem, NC $3,000 21 2 76 Brandon Overton Evans, GA $2,900 22 8 29V Darrell Lanigan Union, KY $2,800 23 16 18J Chase Junghans Manhattan, KS $2,700 24 13 32 Bobby Pierce Oakwood, IL $2,600 25 9 44M Chris Madden Gray Court, SC $2,575 26 23 2S Stormy Scott Las Cruces, NM $2,550 27 17 21M Billy Moyer Sr Batesville, AR $2,525 28 31 98 Ben Schaller Omaha, NE $2,500 29 29 14J Jake Neal Omaha, NE $2,500 30 25 99JR Frank Heckenast Jr Frankfort, IL $2,500 31 24 21 Billy Moyer Jr Batesville, AR $3,200 Race Statistics Entrants: 46 Lap Leaders: Josh Richards (Laps 1 - 5); Brandon Overton (Lap 6); Tim McCreadie (Laps 7 - 37); Jimmy Owens (Laps 38 - 77); Tim McCreadie (Laps 78 - 80) Wrisco Feature Winner: Tim McCreadie Margin of Victory: 0.872 seconds Cautions: Billy Moyer Jr (Lap 10); Chris Simpson (Lap 50); Tyler Erb (Lap 61); Jared Landers (Lap 70) Series Provisionals: Tanner English, Tyler Bruening Fast Time Provisional: n/a Series Emergency Provisionals: n/a Malvern Bank SLMR Provisionals: Tad Pospisil, Ben Schaller Non-Qualifier Race Provisional: Jake Neal Track Provisional: n/a Big River Steel Podium Top 3: Tim McCreadie, Jimmy Owens, Ricky Thornton Jr. Optima Batteries Hard Charger of the Race: Hudson O'Neal (Advanced 12 Positions) Midwest Sheet Metal Spoiler Challenge Point Leader: Jimmy Owens Allstar Performance Most Laps Led: Jimmy Owens (40 Laps) Sunoco Race for Gas Highest Finisher: Jimmy Owens Eibach Springs Rookie of the Race: Tanner English ARP Engine Builder of the Race: Cornett Racing Engine Miller Welders Chassis Builder of the Race: Longhorn Chassis Outerwears Crew Chief of the Race: Philip Snellen Dirty Girl Racewear Fastest Lap of the Race: Josh Richards (Lap #13 - 18.116 seconds) STEEL-IT Tough Break of the Race: Jared Landers PFC Brakes Pole Award: Josh Richards Time of Race: 39 minutes 47 seconds Lucas Oil Point Standings: Pos Car # Competitor Hometown Points Pay 1 20 Jimmy Owens Newport, TN 7340 $276,700 2 39 Tim McCreadie Watertown, NY 6735 $217,600 3 49 Jonathan Davenport Blairsville, GA 6560 $139,890 4 14 Josh Richards Shinnston, WV 6515 $122,775 5 1T Tyler Erb New Waverly, TX 6355 $118,864 6 25 Shane Clanton Zebulon, GA 6105 $106,350 7 40B Kyle Bronson Brandon, FL 6070 $93,305 8 9 Devin Moran Dresden, OH 6010 $91,857 9 21 Billy Moyer Jr Batesville, AR 5755 $81,935 10 81E Tanner English Benton, KY 5725 $63,655 11 1 Earl Pearson Jr Jacksonville, FL 5580 $93,025 12 16 Tyler Bruening Decorah, IA 5110 $42,775 13 71 Hudson O'Neal Martinsville, IN 4905 $59,525 14 2s Stormy Scott Las Cruces, NM 4700 $37,405 *Results are unofficial until Close of Business on the Tuesday following Race Day*
  12. Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway | UNOH 200 Race Recap Team: No. 22 GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet Silverado Driver: Austin Wayne Self Follow Austin Wayne Self on Social Media: For more on Austin Wayne Self visit AWSRacing.com, like him on Facebook (Austin Wayne Self) follow him on Twitter (@AustinWSelf) and Instagram (@AustinWayneSelf). Follow AM Racing on Social Media: For more on AM Racing visit, amracing.racing, like them on Facebook (AM Racing) follow them on Twitter (@AMRacingNASCAR) and Instagram (@AMRacingNASCAR22). Start: 18th (Event Formula) Finish: 33rd; Accident (153 | 200 laps completed) Driver Points Position: 17th (+0 positions) Owner Points Position: 22nd (+1 position) Austin Wayne Self Quote: “What an unfortunate and frustrating night for our AM Racing team. We were decent, I don’t think it was where we wanted to be but we were just trying to salvage the night with a respectable finish and got turned. “It’s disappointing but we’ll bounce back at Las Vegas and fight for a top-10 finish.” Next Up: World of Westgate 200 at Las Vegas (Nev.) Motor Speedway on Fri., Sept. 25, 2020, at 9:00 p.m. (ET) live on FOX Sports 1 (FS1) | Motor Racing Network and SiriusXM Satellite Radio NASCAR Channel 90. For more on Austin Wayne Self visit, AWSRacing.com, like him on Facebook (Austin Wayne Self) follow him on Twitter (@AustinWSelf) and Instagram (@AustinWayneSelf). For more on AM Racing visit, amracing.racing, like them on Facebook (AM Racing) follow them on Twitter (@AMRacingNASCAR) and Instagram (@AMRacingNASCAR22).
  13. Owens Tops McCreadie at I-80 Speedway on Friday Night GREENWOOD, NE (September 18, 2020) - Current Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Point Leader Jimmy Owens continued his spectacular 2020 racing season by winning Friday Night's preliminary 30-lap event at I-80 Speedway. Owens took the lead from Tim McCreadie on lap 27 and went on for his 11th series win of the season. Brandon Overton who led early in the race finished in third followed by Devin Moran and Darrell Lanigan. Courtesy of LOLMDS PR Overton led for the first nine laps of the race before the only caution flag in two nights of feature racing changed the complexion of the race. On the restart McCreadie cleared Overton for the lead. McCreadie pulled away from both Overton and Owens as he encountered lapped traffic, allowing his two nearest pursuers to close the gap. Owens was finally able to track down McCreadie, taking the lead with three laps to go. Owens made his way to Lucas Oil Victory Lane for the 75th time in his career, setting himself up for a good starting spot in Saturday's $30,000-to-win finale. "I was moving around quite a bit on the track and we were in the catbirds seat for once, running in second. Timmy was just a sitting duck up there; he didn't know where to go. I was able to move around enough to get this Ramirez Rocket up front. This should give us a lot of momentum for tomorrow night. This win says a lot for our crew, they busted their tails all week to get ready to come out here. We had to work for three days straight to get everything ready to come out here. It's like a 16-hour drive out here and everybody pulled together and here we are." McCreadie was more than satisfied with his second place finish. "It's so hard to lead here. It's such a big track and wide, the grooves come and go. Brandon's out there leading away, I thought he wouldn't change up much. On the restart it looked like that little bit of dust off of two cleaned up to where it wasn't dirty any more. We were good for a while once we got the lead, I didn't find the line on the track until I was passed. We work hard every night to try to get better. We took a stab at it tonight. I don't know how we will run tomorrow, but the car's pretty comfortable." Overton led the first seven laps of the race before yielding to McCreadie. He was seeking his 20th overall win of the season, but came home in third. "On the restart that top there in one and two and three and four started to clean up. There was a fine line there, then Jimmy moved up and got by me. He got me going into three and I just got up there too late. Our car was good, it was way better than last night. We should be locked into tomorrow night with a good starting spot." 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, Red Line Oil, Ohlins Shocks, Champion Spark Plugs, and Midwest Sheet Metal. Completing the top ten were Ricky Thornton, Jr., Ryan Gustin, Kyle Strickler, Josh Richards, and Brandon Sheppard. Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Race Summary Optima Batteries I-80 Nationals - Presented by General Tire Friday, September 18th, 2020 I-80 Speedway - Greenwood, NE Lucas Oil Time Trials Fast Time Group A: Brandon Overton / 14.529 seconds (overall) Fast Time Group B: Tim McCreadie / 14.554 seconds Penske Race Shocks Heat Race #1 Finish (10 Laps, Top 18 from Heat Points Transfer): 1. 76-Brandon Overton[6]; 2. 29V-Darrell Lanigan[5]; 3. 40B-Kyle Bronson[1]; 4. 99JR-Frank Heckenast Jr[8]; 5. 04-Tad Pospisil[4]; 6. 2S-Stormy Scott[3]; 7. 16-Tyler Bruening[7]; 8. 53-Andrew Kosiski[9]; 9. 98J-Jason Rauen[2]; 10. 76B-Blair Nothdurft[10]; 11. 26JR-Corey Zeitner[11] FK Rod Ends Heat Race #2 Finish (10 Laps, Top 18 from Heat Points Transfer): 1. 1T-Tyler Erb[1]; 2. 18J-Chase Junghans[2]; 3. 20-Jimmy Owens[6]; 4. 1S-Brandon Sheppard[5]; 5. 71-Hudson O'Neal[4]; 6. 21M-Billy Moyer Sr[3]; 7. 43-Jeremy Grady[9]; 8. 22H-Daniel Hilsabeck[8]; 9. 62-Justin Zeitner[7]; 10. 14J-Jake Neal[10]; 11. L88-Larry Clawson[11] Simpson Race Products Heat Race #3 Finish (Top 18 from Heat Points Transfer): 1. 14-Josh Richards[1]; 2. 39-Tim McCreadie[6]; 3. 32-Bobby Pierce[4]; 4. 1C-Chad Simpson[2]; 5. 8-Kyle Strickler[5]; 6. 777-Jared Landers[3]; 7. 1-Earl Pearson Jr[7]; 8. 21-Billy Moyer Jr[8]; 9. 29D-Spencer Diercks[9]; 10. 3C-Mike Collins[10]; 11. 10C-Junior Coover[11] Ohlins Shocks Heat Race #4 Finish (Top 18 from Heat Points Transfer): 1. 32S-Chris Simpson[1]; 2. 9-Devin Moran[6]; 3. 20RT-Ricky Thornton Jr[4]; 4. 19R-Ryan Gustin[5]; 5. 44M-Chris Madden[7]; 6. 49-Jonathan Davenport[3]; 7. 81E-Tanner English[8]; 8. 98-Ben Schaller[9]; 9. 14M-Reid Millard[10]; 10. 25-Shane Clanton[2] Tiger Rear Ends B-Main #1 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 777-Jared Landers[2]; 2. 99JR-Frank Heckenast Jr[3]; 3. 2S-Stormy Scott[1]; 4. 16-Tyler Bruening[4]; 5. 22H-Daniel Hilsabeck[7]; 6. 62-Justin Zeitner[8]; 7. 98-Ben Schaller[9]; 8. 98J-Jason Rauen[5]; 9. 26JR-Corey Zeitner[12]; 10. 14M-Reid Millard[10]; 11. 10C-Junior Coover[13]; 12. (DNS) 25-Shane Clanton; 13. (DNS) 14J-Jake Neal FAST Shafts B-Main #2 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 21M-Billy Moyer Sr[1]; 2. 81E-Tanner English[5]; 3. 44M-Chris Madden[3]; 4. 49-Jonathan Davenport[2]; 5. 1-Earl Pearson Jr[4]; 6. 21-Billy Moyer Jr[7]; 7. 53-Andrew Kosiski[8]; 8. 29D-Spencer Diercks[9]; 9. 3C-Mike Collins[11]; 10. 43-Jeremy Grady[6]; 11. 76B-Blair Nothdurft[10]; 12. L88-Larry Clawson[12] Lucas Oil Feature Finish (30 Laps): Pos Start Car # Competitor Hometown Pay 1 4 20 Jimmy Owens Newport, TN $7,000 2 2 39 Tim McCreadie Watertown, NY $4,000 3 1 76 Brandon Overton Evans, GA $3,000 4 3 9 Devin Moran Dresden, OH $2,000 5 5 29V Darrell Lanigan Union, KY $1,500 6 9 20RT Ricky Thornton Jr Adel, IA $1,000 7 7 19R Ryan Gustin Marshalltown, IA $900 8 10 8 Kyle Strickler Mooresville, NC $800 9 13 14 Josh Richards Shinnston, WV $700 10 6 1S Brandon Sheppard New Berlin, IL $600 11 22 81E Tanner English Benton, KY $580 12 16 71 Hudson O'Neal Martinsville, IN $560 13 8 32 Bobby Pierce Oakwood, IL $540 14 20 21M Billy Moyer Sr Batesville, AR $520 15 24 44M Chris Madden Gray Court, SC $500 16 11 18J Chase Junghans Manhattan, KS $490 17 19 777 Jared Landers Winston-Salem, NC $480 18 18 1C Chad Simpson Mt. Vernon, IA $470 19 21 99JR Frank Heckenast Jr Frankfort, IL $460 20 17 40B Kyle Bronson Brandon, FL $450 21 15 4 Tad Pospisil Norfolk, NE $440 22 12 1T Tyler Erb New Waverly, TX $430 23 23 2S Stormy Scott Las Cruces, NM $410 24 14 32S Chris Simpson Oxford, IA $400 Race Statistics Entrants: 43 Lap Leaders: Brandon Overton (Laps 1 - 9); Tim McCreadie (Laps 10 - 26); Jimmy Owens (Laps 27 -30) Wrisco Feature Winner: Jimmy Owens Margin of Victory: 0.947 seconds Cautions: Tyler Erb (Lap 9) Series Provisionals: n/a Fast Time Provisional: n/a Series Emergency Provisionals: n/a Track Provisionals: n/a Big River Steel Podium Top 3: Jimmy Owens, Tim McCreadie, Brandon Overton Optima Batteries Hard Charger of the Race: Tanner English (Advanced 11 Positions) Midwest Sheet Metal Spoiler Challenge Point Leader: Jimmy Owens Allstar Performance Most Laps Led: Tim McCreadie (17 Laps) Sunoco Race for Gas Highest Finisher: Jimmy Owens Eibach Springs Rookie of the Race: Tanner English ARP 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: Chris Madden (Lap #30 - 18.4846 seconds) STEEL-IT Tough Break of the Race: Tyler Erb PFC Brakes Pole Award: Brandon Overton Time of Race: 12 minutes 28 seconds I-80 Nationals Saturday Line Ups: Tiger Rear Ends B-Main #1 Line Up (12 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): Row Inside Outside 1 71 Hudson O'Neal - Martinsville, IN 99JR Frank Heckenast Jr - Frankfort, IL 2 1C Chad Simpson - Mt. Vernon, IA 2S Stormy Scott - Las Cruces, NM 3 04 Tad Pospisil - Norfolk, NE 16 Tyler Bruening - Decorah, IA 4 22H Daniel Hilsabeck - Earlham, IA 98J Jason Rauen - Farley, IA 5 98 Ben Schaller - Omaha, NE 29D Spencer Diercks - Davenport, IA 6 3C Mike Collins - New Orleans, LA 43 Jeremy Grady - Story City, IA 7 76B Blair Nothdurft - Renner, SD 6D Dylan Schmer - Aurora, NE FAST Shafts B-Main #2 Finish (12 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): Row Inside Outside 1 81E Tanner English - Benton, KY 1T Tyler Erb - New Waverly, TX 2 777 Jared Landers - Winston-Salem, NC 21 Billy Moyer Jr - Batesville, AR 3 56 Chris Spieker - Massena, IA 62 Justin Zeitner - Malvern, IA 4 1 Earl Pearson Jr - Jacksonville, FL 53 Andrew Kosiski - Lavista, NE 5 26JR Corey Zeitner - Omaha, NE 14M Reid Millard - Jefferson City, MO 6 L88 Larry Clawson - Kansas City, MO 14J Jake Neal - Omaha, NE 7 10C Junior Coover - Norfolk, NE 112 Tyler Smith - Gibbon, NE Lucas Oil Feature Line Up (80 Laps): Row Inside Outside 1 14 Josh Richards - Shinnston, WV 76 Brandon Overton - Evans, GA 2 20 Jimmy Owens - Newport, TN 39 Tim McCreadie - Watertown, NY 3 25 Shane Clanton - Zebulon, GA 8 Kyle Strickler - Mooresville, NC 4 9 Devin Moran - Dresden, OH 29V Darrell Lanigan - Union, KY 5 44M Chris Madden - Gray Court, SC 19R Ryan Gustin - Marshalltown, IA 6 20RT Ricky Thornton Jr - Adel, IA 1S Brandon Sheppard - New Berlin, IL 7 32 Bobby Pierce - Oakwood, IL 32S Chris Simpson - Oxford, IA 8 49 Jonathan Davenport - Blairsville, GA 18J Chase Junghans - Manhattan, KS 9 21M Billy Moyer Sr - Batesville, AR 40B Kyle Bronson - Brandon, FL *Results are unofficial until Close of Business on the Tuesday following Race Day*
  14. Mark Smith Untouchable On Night 2 Of The Hockett/McMillin Memorial by Bryan Hulbert WHEATLAND, Mo. (September 18, 2020) Leading start to finish Friday night, Pennsylvania's Mark Smith was untouchable with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network on Night 2 of the Hockett/McMillin Memorial. Greg Stanek photo Asked what it took to stay up front both nights, Smith replied, "This is a hard track to keep up with. When the reworked, I really didn't know what to do, so I just ended up doing the same setup I had last night, and it worked really well." Battling the first few laps with Sam Hafertepe, Jr. for the lead, Smith cleared the Hill Racing No. 15h and began to pull away. Running first and second the first eight laps, Hafertepe grabbed the cushion through the first and second turns, allowing California's Justin Sanders to slip by. Well, into slower traffic by that point, Smith was still able to pick his way to a nearly three-second advantage. Under red on Lap 14, when Chase Randall flipped off the fourth turn, the race resumed with slower cars giving Smith a three-car buffer over the field. Finding lapped traffic once more, slower cars did little to slow the Mach1 Chassis No. M1 as the checkered flag dropped greeting the winner 2.642-seconds ahead of Sanders and earned the Pennsylvania shoe the pole in Saturday's $10,000 to win A-Feature. Justin's third career podium appearance with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network; the run was enough to lock the No. 16a into Saturday's big show. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. in third will position the No. 15h to the right of the front row. Advancing 10 positions for the second night in the row, Derek Hagar crossed fourth with Jordon Mallett completing the top five. Moving up from 10th, Blake Hahn made it to sixth with Tim Crawley tearing through the field from 20th to grab seventh. Scott Bogucki was eighth with Dylan Westbrook and Ayrton Gennetten, making up the top ten. Of the 77 drivers that checked in on Thursday, 74 were on hand Friday night. SCE Gaskets Heat Race wins went to Chase Randall, Ryan Timms, Mark Smith, Sam Hafertepe, Jr., Timothy Smith, Alex Hill, Sean McClelland, and Zach Davis. Hoosier Tire Qualifiers were won by Jordon Mallett, Kyle Bellm, Slater Helt, Jonathan Cornell, Tanner Holmes, Robbie Price, and Matt Covington. BMRS B-Feature wins went to Brandon Anderson, Dale Howard, and Harli White. Brandon Anderson topped the Brodix LCQ. Provisional starts were utilized by Matt Covington (Points), Roger Crockett (Points), and Miles Paulus (Regional). The General Tire Hockett/McMillin Memorial concludes on Saturday, September 19, 2020, with Hot Laps on track at 5:30 P.M. (CT). Information on Lucas Oil Speedway can be found at https://www.lucasoilspeedway.com. Live coverage is at http://www.lucasoilracing.tv and http://www.racinboys.com. For other news, notes, and information on the American Sprint Car Series, from the National Tour to any of the Regional Tours that make up ASCS Nation in 2020, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, on Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS). Race Results: ASCS National Tour | ASCS Warrior Region Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, Mo.) Hockett/McMillin Memorial - Night 2 Friday, September 18, 2020 Car Count: 74 Event Count: 77 SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Top 70 in Passing Points advance to Qualifiers) Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 9-Chase Randall[2]; 2. 28-Scott Bogucki[4]; 3. 88-Travis Reber[1]; 4. 15-Jase Randolph[3]; 5. 17W-Harli White[9]; 6. 28C-Jonathan Cornell[7]; 7. 88X-Shane Stewart[8]; 8. 17B-Ryan Bickett[6]; 9. 121-Steve Glover[5]; 10. 5D-Zach Daum[10] Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 5T-Ryan Timms[2]; 2. 55B-Brandon Anderson[3]; 3. 24-Garet Williamson[5]; 4. 23-Seth Bergman[7]; 5. 5-Kory Bales[1]; 6. 20G-Jake Greider[6]; 7. 84-Brandon Hanks[8]; 8. 8-Devon Borden[10]; 9. 23G-Steven Shebester[9]; 10. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[4] Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. M1-Mark Smith[2]; 2. 16A-Justin Sanders[7]; 3. 57-Billy Butler[1]; 4. 24D-Danny Sams III[4]; 5. 22S-Slater Helt[5]; 6. 26-Marshall Skinner[8]; 7. 2-Brad Bowden[9]; 8. 10L-Landon Britt[3]; 9. 95X-Asa Swindell[6] Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[2]; 2. 14E-Kyle Bellm[1]; 3. 9JR-Derek Hagar[3]; 4. 91T-Tyler Thomas[8]; 5. 52-Blake Hahn[9]; 6. 22-Riley Goodno[4]; 7. 51B-Joe B Miller[7]; 8. 22L-Connor Leoffler[6]; 9. 46-Ryan Coniam[5] Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 86-Timothy Smith[2]; 2. 21R-Gunner Ramey[1]; 3. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[6]; 4. 18T-Tanner Holmes[4]; 5. 21P-Robbie Price[3]; 6. 1X-Tim Crawley[7]; 7. 11A-Austin O'Neal [8]; 8. 7C-Justyn Cox[9]; 9. 75B-Brian Boswell[5] Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 77X-Alex Hill[2]; 2. 28V-Luke Verardi[1]; 3. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[5]; 4. 97-Scotty Milan[4]; 5. 95-Matt Covington[3]; 6. 21-Miles Paulus[6]; 7. 11-Roger Crockett[8]; 8. 3M-Howard Moore[9]; 9. 7B-Ben Brown[7] Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 1-Sean McClelland[2]; 2. 19-Colby Thornhill[3]; 3. 90X-Matt Tanner[1]; 4. 9M-Cody Baker[8]; 5. 94-Jeff Swindell[9]; 6. 87-Jason Barney[5]; 7. 4-Evan Martin[7]; 8. 13-Chase Howard[6]; 9. 3P-Rusty Potter[4] Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 3Z-Zach Davis[2]; 2. 0-Corey Nelson[1]; 3. 76-Jay Russell[4]; 4. 47-Dale Howard[3]; 5. 14-Jordon Mallett[9]; 6. 45-Chuck Hebing[5]; 7. 57B-Bobby Butler[7]; 8. 31-Casey Wills[8]; 9. 30-Joseph Miller[6] Hoosier Tire Qualifiers (Top 16 in combined Heat & Qualifier Passing Points advance to the A-Feature) Qualifier 1 (8 Laps): 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[3]; 2. 47-Dale Howard[1]; 3. 1-Sean McClelland[5]; 4. 16A-Justin Sanders[6]; 5. 19-Colby Thornhill[4]; 6. 2-Brad Bowden[7]; 7. 45-Chuck Hebing[8]; 8. 88-Travis Reber[2]; 9. 23G-Steven Shebester[10]; 10. 57B-Bobby Butler[9] Qualifier 2 (8 Laps): 1. 14E-Kyle Bellm[3]; 2. 24-Garet Williamson[4]; 3. 26-Marshall Skinner[1]; 4. 9-Chase Randall[6]; 5. 57-Billy Butler[2]; 6. 7C-Justyn Cox[7]; 7. 11A-Austin O'Neal [8]; 8. 3Z-Zach Davis[5]; 9. 10L-Landon Britt[9]; 10. 5-Kory Bales[10] Qualifier 3 (8 Laps): 1. 22S-Slater Helt[1]; 2. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[4]; 3. 28-Scott Bogucki[5]; 4. 11-Roger Crockett[8]; 5. 5T-Ryan Timms[6]; 6. 3M-Howard Moore[9]; 7. 90X-Matt Tanner[2]; 8. 7B-Ben Brown[10]; 9. 20G-Jake Greider[7]; 10. 21R-Gunner Ramey[3] Qualifier 4 (8 Laps): 1. 28C-Jonathan Cornell[1]; 2. M1-Mark Smith[6]; 3. 24D-Danny Sams III[2]; 4. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[5]; 5. 22-Riley Goodno[8]; 6. 21-Miles Paulus[7]; 7. 28V-Luke Verardi[3]; 8. 31-Casey Wills[9]; 9. 23-Seth Bergman[4]; 10. 95X-Asa Swindell[10] Qualifier 5 (8 Laps): 1. 18T-Tanner Holmes[2]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[6]; 3. 1X-Tim Crawley[1]; 4. 17W-Harli White[4]; 5. 91T-Tyler Thomas[5]; 6. 8-Devon Borden[8]; 7. 88X-Shane Stewart[7]; 8. 17B-Ryan Bickett[9]; 9. 0-Corey Nelson[3]; 10. 30-Joseph Miller[10] Qualifier 6 (8 Laps): 1. 21P-Robbie Price[1]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 3. 9M-Cody Baker[5]; 4. 76-Jay Russell[3]; 5. 51B-Joe B Miller[8]; 6. 84-Brandon Hanks[7]; 7. 22L-Connor Leoffler[9]; 8. 86-Timothy Smith[6]; 9. 121-Steve Glover[10]; 10. 97-Scotty Milan[2] Qualifier 7 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 2. 9JR-Derek Hagar[3]; 3. 4-Evan Martin[8]; 4. 55B-Brandon Anderson[5]; 5. 15-Jase Randolph[2]; 6. 94-Jeff Swindell[4]; 7. 46-Ryan Coniam[10]; 8. 13-Chase Howard[9]; 9. 77X-Alex Hill[6]; 10. 87-Jason Barney[7] BMRS B-Feature (Top 5 from each advance to the LCQ) B Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 2. 91T-Tyler Thomas[2]; 3. 11-Roger Crockett[5]; 4. 51B-Joe B Miller[6]; 5. 23-Seth Bergman[11]; 6. 88X-Shane Stewart[13]; 7. 2-Brad Bowden[9]; 8. 3M-Howard Moore[8]; 9. 7B-Ben Brown[14]; 10. 57-Billy Butler[7]; 11. 23G-Steven Shebester[17]; 12. 19-Colby Thornhill[19]; 13. 17B-Ryan Bickett[15]; 14. 86-Timothy Smith[4]; 15. 46-Ryan Coniam[12]; 16. 95X-Asa Swindell[16]; 17. 4-Evan Martin[3]; 18. 75B-Brian Boswell[18]; 19. 11A-Austin O'Neal[10]; 20. 5D-Zach Daum[20] B Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 47-Dale Howard[3]; 2. 1X-Tim Crawley[6]; 3. 76-Jay Russell[4]; 4. 7C-Justyn Cox[12]; 5. 22-Riley Goodno[7]; 6. 77X-Alex Hill[8]; 7. 8-Devon Borden[9]; 8. 22S-Slater Helt[1]; 9. 31-Casey Wills[14]; 10. 10L-Landon Britt[17]; 11. 26-Marshall Skinner[5]; 12. 90X-Matt Tanner[10]; 13. 0-Corey Nelson[11]; 14. 3P-Rusty Potter[19]; 15. 30-Joseph Miller[18]; 16. 97-Scotty Milan[15]; 17. 28C-Jonathan Cornell[2]; 18. 87-Jason Barney[16]; 19. 21R-Gunner Ramey[13] B Feature 3 (15 Laps): 1. 17W-Harli White[1]; 2. 21P-Robbie Price[2]; 3. 94-Jeff Swindell[5]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[3]; 5. 24D-Danny Sams III[4]; 6. 21-Miles Paulus[9]; 7. 84-Brandon Hanks[10]; 8. 22L-Connor Leoffler[13]; 9. 15-Jase Randolph[7]; 10. 45-Chuck Hebing[11]; 11. 20G-Jake Greider[14]; 12. 88-Travis Reber[12]; 13. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[19]; 14. 121-Steve Glover[17]; 15. 13-Chase Howard[15]; 16. 3Z-Zach Davis[6]; 17. 28V-Luke Verardi[8]; 18. 57B-Bobby Butler[16]; 19. 5-Kory Bales[18] Brodix Last Chance Qualifier (Top 6 advance to the A-Feature) Last Chance Qualifier (12 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 2. 17W-Harli White[2]; 3. 47-Dale Howard[3]; 4. 1X-Tim Crawley[6]; 5. 21P-Robbie Price[5]; 6. 91T-Tyler Thomas[4]; 7. 95-Matt Covington[10]; 8. 23-Seth Bergman[13]; 9. 11-Roger Crockett[8]; 10. 22-Riley Goodno[14]; 11. 94-Jeff Swindell[9]; 12. 24D-Danny Sams III[11]; 13. 76-Jay Russell[7]; 14. 7C-Justyn Cox[12]; 15. 51B-Joe B Miller[15] Sawblade.com A-Feature A Feature (25 Laps): 1. M1-Mark Smith[1]; 2. 16A-Justin Sanders[3]; 3. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[2]; 4. 9JR-Derek Hagar[14]; 5. 14-Jordon Mallett[4]; 6. 52-Blake Hahn[10]; 7. 1X-Tim Crawley[20]; 8. 28-Scott Bogucki[7]; 9. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[9]; 10. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[13]; 11. 1-Sean McClelland[6]; 12. 24-Garet Williamson[8]; 13. 47-Dale Howard[19]; 14. 21-Miles Paulus[25]; 15. 9M-Cody Baker[11]; 16. 14E-Kyle Bellm[5]; 17. 17W-Harli White[18]; 18. 91T-Tyler Thomas[22]; 19. 55B-Brandon Anderson[17]; 20. 18T-Tanner Holmes[15]; 21. 21P-Robbie Price[21]; 22. 5T-Ryan Timms[16]; 23. 9-Chase Randall[12]; 24. 95-Matt Covington[23]; 25. 11-Roger Crockett[24] Lap Leader(s): Mark Smith 1-25 Hard Charger: Tim Crawley +13 High Point Driver: Mark Smith Provisional(s): Matt Covington (Points); Roger Crockett (Points); Miles Paulus (Regional) 2020 Driver Standings (Top 15): 1. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 1,792; 2. Roger Crockett 1,570; 3. Harli White 1,525; 4. Scott Bogucki 1,502; 5. Blake Hahn 1,474; 6. Jordon Mallett 1,462; 7. Dylan Westbrook 1,401, 8. Matt Covington 1,381; 9. Garet Williamson 1,267; 10. Danny Sams 1,217; 11. Alex Hill 1,161; 12. Chase Randall 1,147; 13. Ryan Bickett 1,068; 14. Travis Reber 1,042; 15. Justin Sanders 785; 2020 A-Feature Winner(s): Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 5 (2/29 – Canyon Speedway Park; 6/25 – Caney Valley Speedway; 6/27 – I-30 Speedway; 7/17 – U.S. 36 Raceway; 9/13 – I-80 Speedway); Mark Smith – 2 (9/17 – Lucas Oil Speedway, 9/18 – Lucas Oil Speedway); Matt Covington - 1 (2/28 - Canyon Speedway Park); Brad Sweet – 1 (3/6 – Merced Speedway); Andy Forsberg – 1 (3/8 – Petaluma Speedway); Harli White – 1 (7/11 – Riverside International Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (8/6 – Knoxville Raceway); Lynton Jeffrey – 1 (8/7 – Knoxville Raceway); Kerry Madsen – 1 (8/8 – Knoxville Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/9 – Southern Iowa Speedway); Hockett/McMillin Event Points as of 9/18/2020 1-Mark Smith -335 2-Sam Hafertepe Jr -300 3-Jordon Mallett -299 4-Scott Bogucki -286 5-Derek Hagar -274 6-Dylan Westbrook -272 7-Justin Sanders -255 8-Ayrton Gennetten -251 9-Blake Hahn -243 10-Dale Howard -237 11-Tyler Thomas -234 12-Roger Crockett -228 13-Tim Crawley -228 14-Seth Bergman -225 15-Jonathan Cornell -223 16-Harli White -221 17-Sean McClelland -220 18-Jeff Swindell -218 19-Brandon Anderson -217 20-Kyle Bellm -207 21-Shane Stewart -205 22-Danny Sams III -204 23-Howard Moore -204 24-Garet Williamson -203 25-Justyn Cox -202 26-Cody Baker -200 27-Miles Paulus -200 28-Riley Goodno -195 29-Robbie Price -191 30-Joe B. Miller -191 31-Chase Randall -190 32-Tanner Holmes -187 33-Ryan Timms -187 34-Slater Helt -186 35-Brad Bowden -185 36-Devon Borden -185 37-Brandon Hanks -181 38-Matt Covington -180 39-Jay Russell -179 40-Billy Butler -171 41-Corey Nelson -171 42-Alex Hill -169 43-Steven Shebester -169 44-Colby Thornhill -168 45-Matt Tanner -167 46-Jase Randolph -166 47-Ryan Coniam -166 48-Marshall Skinner -165 49-Ryan Bickett -165 50-Evan Martin -164 51-Casey Wills -162 52-Chase Howard -162 53-Jake Greider -160 54-Chuck Hebing -159 55-Connor Leoffler -159 56-Landon Britt -159 57-Travis Reber -158 58-Zach Davis -155 59-Bobby Butler -155 60-Ben Brown -152 61-Jason Barney -152 62-Timothy Smith -150 63-Austin O'Neal -149 64-Rusty Potter -149 65-Scotty Milan -149 66-Gunner Ramey -146 67-Joseph Miller -145 68-Luke Verardi -145 69-Asa Swindell -144 70-Kevin Hinkle -144 71-Kory Bales -141 72-Steve Glover -140 73-Brian Boswell -137 74-Tyler Blank -76 75-Emilio Hoover -75 76-Matthew Howard -68 77-Zach Daum -0 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 Video Broadcast: http://www.racinboys.com Live-Scoring (Where Applicable): MRP Live ASCS National Tour Drivers Online: Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA.): http://www.sethbergmanracing.com Ryan Bickett (Ramona, SD): https://www.facebook.com/rynotrucking 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 Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK): http://www.blakehahnracing.com Alex Hill (Six Nations, Ontario, Can.): https://twitter.com/alexhill77x Thomas Kennedy (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Can.): https://twitter.com/tjkennedy21k Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR): https://www.jordonmallett.com Robbie Price (Cobble Hill, BC, Can.): http://www.bdsmotorsportsllc.com Chase Randall (Waco, TX): https://twitter.com/chaserandall09 Danny Sams III (North Port, Fla.): https://www.samslamtnracing.com Harli White (Lindsay, OK): http://www.harliwhiteracing.net Dylan Westbrook (Scotland, Ont. Can.): https://twitter.com/westbrook47x Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO.): https://twitter.com/garetw3
  15. Daryn Pittman Claims Meaningful Lawton Speedway Win - The 2013 champion earned his first win of the year in his last weekend with Roth Motorsports LAWTON, OK — Sept. 18, 2020 — Daryn Pittman's wife and two kids fell into his arms after he climbed out of his car in Victory Lane at Lawton Speedway Friday night. It was a moment of celebration, reflection and embracement. Trent Gower photo They'd been on a different emotional ride the week prior. After 25 years of racing, which includes winning the 2013 World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series championship, Pittman, of Owasso, OK, announced he would step away from full-time racing at the end of the year. Seven days later, it was announced he wouldn’t finish the year with Roth Motorsports – who he’s driven for since the beginning of 2019. In a mutual agreement, the two decided to part ways after this weekend at Lawton Speedway and Devil’s Bowl Speedway. Then Pittman will finish the season with Heffner Racing. That announcement came a day before returning to his home state to compete in front of family and friends at Lawton Speedway – the track that gave him his first ever Sprint Car win. Pittman was able to keep it all out of his head on race day, though. “When you do it this long, you’re pretty good at tuning everything else out,” he said. “It’s been a roller coaster few weeks on a couple of fronts. I’m glad to be making news like this, rather than how we have been.” It didn't take him long to prove his mental toughness and level of focus either. Pittman qualified third, won the Drydene Heat Race and then the DIRTVision Fast Pass Dash – placing him on the pole for the Feature. His last win had come in September 2019. When the 35-lap Feature commenced, he continued to show his starvation for another win. Pittman mastered his relationship with his throttle to launch ahead of second-place Parker Price-Miller on the initial start. The young Indiana-native tried to keep pace with Pittman in the opening laps but eventually lost him by about three car lengths. The technical track conditions left little room for error. Price-Miller discovered that on Lap 11 when he nearly flipped his car in Turn 3. His error gave Pittman a new challenge with David Gravel lining up alongside him on the restart. However, like Price-Miller, Gravel couldn’t keep pace with Pittman on the restart and faded. Gravel then had to fend off Sheldon Haudenschild, who eventually found himself in the work area with a flat left rear tire and fought back to a fourth-place finish. On the final restart with 18 laps to go, reigning champion Brad Sweet took advantage of Gravel's bad start and stole second place. The Roth Motorsports #83 car had a challenger for the first time all night. With 10 laps to go and slower traffic not making Pittman’s life easy, Sweet raised the heart rate and blood pressure of those biting their fingers for the Oklahoma kid. Sweet dove underneath his former Kasey Kahne Racing teammate into Turn 1 with seven laps to go and nosed ahead of him through the corner. Pittman had the better momentum around the high side, though, and charged ahead. Sweet then had six more laps to rebuild another run. He made the most of them. The NAPA Auto Parts #49 inched closer to Pittman every lap. Three car lengths. Two cars lengths. One. On the final lap, he was there. Sweet made a last-ditch effort of again throwing his car underneath Pittman into Turn 1. He just about cleared him by the center of the corner but Pittman wouldn't open the door for him to take the lead. With the momentum on the top lane still on his side, Pittman launched back ahead of his last lap rival off the corner. By clearing Sweet off Turn 2, Pittman went on to end his winless streak, silence any questions of his performance and throw a confetti-filled homecoming party in Victory Lane with his family and friends. “To win here (at Lawton Speedway) with as many friends and family, people that have supported me for 25 years, honestly some of them longer than that, honestly means more than anything,” Pittman said. “Yeah, we’re glad we won, but with as bad as our season has been, I still show up to every race to win and know that we can contend. It’s just been a struggle and a grind. I show up with the same attitude every race. And the same effort, and, man, we just hit it tonight. “I’ve got to thank Dennis and Teresa (Roth) for giving me this opportunity for the last two years to run their car. You know, unfortunately it just didn’t work out the way we wanted. I couldn’t be more grateful for them sticking with me and giving me this opportunity to stay out on the road and continue to do what I love to do. Man, it’s a great feeling. This is what Victory Lane feels like. I was starting to forget.” Sweet had to settle for his eighth runner-up finish this year but was able to extend his points lead. He’s now 16 points ahead of Logan Schuchart, who finished fifth. “I kept getting a run off (Turn) four, thinking I could slide him (Pittman) and maybe show him the bottom and get him off the top,” Sweet said. "I just didn’t do a good job there. But he did a good job. He covered all of his lines right and got through traffic good enough that we couldn’t get him. I know it’s kind of Daryn’s last run here, so I’m really happy for him and his family.” Gravel finished third for the second race in a row and extended his top-10 streak to 25 top-10 finishes in a row. “I felt like I had just as good of a car as anybody there at the beginning and just faded late,” Gravel said. “We want to get these wins. I’m sick of these top-fives and stuff. Being consistent is great, but we want to win races. So, hopefully we can get in Victory Lane tomorrow.” The Texas Outlaw Nationals at Devil’s Bowl Speedway on Saturday will be Pittman’s final race with Roth Motorsports. He also has 13 more races this season before he hangs up his helmet as a full-time driver. No matter the results in that time, his home state return provided a moment of celebration, reflection and embracement. UP NEXT The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series returns to Devil’s Bowl Speedway for the $20,000-to-win Texas Outlaw Nationals on Sat., Sept. 19. Get tickets by clicking here. If you can’t make it to the track, you can watch all of the action live on DIRTVision. RESULTS NOS Energy Drink Feature (35 Laps) – 1. 83-Daryn Pittman [1][$10,000]; 2. 49-Brad Sweet [6][$5,500]; 3. 41-David Gravel [3][$3,200]; 4. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild [5][$2,800]; 5. 1S-Logan Schuchart [8][$2,500]; 6. 15-Donny Schatz [7][$2,300]; 7. 2-Carson Macedo [4][$2,200]; 8. 11K-Kraig Kinser [9][$2,100]; 9. 14-Parker Price-Miller [2][$2,050]; 10. 11X-John Carney [12][$2,000]; 11. 33M-Mason Daniel [14][$1,500]; 12. 1A-Jacob Allen [10][$1,200]; 13. 7S-Jason Sides [11][$1,100]; 14. 2C-Wayne Johnson [13][$1,050]; 15. 27-Tucker Klaasmeyer [15][$1,000]; 16. 6-Bill Rose [18][$900]; 17. 42P-Preston Perlmutter [19][$800]; 18. 9S-Kyle Clark [16][$800]; 19. 72-Chris Tarrant [21][$800]; 20. 1J-Danny Jennings [20][$800]; 21. 1X-Jake Bubak [17][$800]; 22. 17G-Channin Tankersley [22][$800]; Lap Leaders: Daryn Pittman 1-35; KSE Hard Charger Award: 49-Brad Sweet[+4] Qualifying – 1. 49-Brad Sweet, 12.49; 2. 14-Parker Price-Miller, 12.536; 3. 83-Daryn Pittman, 12.57; 4. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild, 12.582; 5. 41-David Gravel, 12.618; 6. 11X-John Carney, 12.745; 7. 1A-Jacob Allen, 12.76; 8. 7S-Jason Sides, 12.77; 9. 11K-Kraig Kinser, 12.781; 10. 15-Donny Schatz, 12.786; 11. 1S-Logan Schuchart, 12.859; 12. 2-Carson Macedo, 12.882; 13. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 12.91; 14. 33M-Mason Daniel, 12.937; 15. 27-Tucker Klaasmeyer, 12.977; 16. 9S-Kyle Clark, 13.033; 17. 1X-Jake Bubak, 13.055; 18. 6-Bill Rose, 13.371; 19. 42P-Preston Perlmutter, 13.566; 20. 1J-Danny Jennings, 13.572; 21. 72-Chris Tarrant, 13.92; 22. 17G-Channin Tankersley, NT
  16. Mark Smith Victorious In Hockett/McMillin Memorial Opener by Bryan Hulbert WHEATLAND, Mo. (September 17, 2020) Using slower traffic to his advantage, Pennsylvania's Mark Smith rocketed from the fifth starting spot to win Thursday's opener of the General Tire Hockett/McMillin Memorial with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network at Lucas Oil Speedway. Greg Stanek photo Smith's second career victory with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network; the win is his 18th overall in 2020. Of the last lap challenge, Smith stated, "I saw somebody's tires down there, but there really isn't much you can do when the track gets like this unless you take somebody out, and Jordon's a good driver. He wouldn't do something like that." Chasing down Ayrton Gennetten as the leaders found the back of the field on Lap 7, Smith closed the gap on the No. 3 through the next revolution. Swinging wide off the fourth turn on Lap 9, that opened the door for Smith to bolt into the lead. Opening a nearly 2.5-second advantage on the field, lapped cars kept second through fifth on their toes. Slipping through the back-markers from eighth, Jordon Mallett moved the second on Lap 16. Hugging the berm of the three-eighths-mile oval, Mallett slowly chipped away at Smith's advantage. Held up with three laps to run, Smith's cushion over the field quickly faded as Mallett rolled his Porter Commercial Refrigeration No. 14 to the back bumper of the Mach1 Chassis No. M1. With a low line run through turns one and two on the final lap, Mallett pulled to Smith's left rear. Making slight contact, Jordon rolled out of the throttle to avoid the crash. Giving it one last run into the final two turns, it wasn't enough as Smith held off the charge by 0.342-seconds. Mallett's best career finish with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network at Lucas Oil Speedway; the Thursday silver is the second time that Mallett has graced a National Tour podium. Falling back early after starting on the pole, Scott Bogucki rallied back to third in the SawBlade.com No. 28. Making up seven positions, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. made it to fourth with Dylan Westbrook in fifth. Sixth went to Jonathan Cornell, followed by Derek Hagar, who charged from 17th to seventh. Roger Crockett was eighth with Seth Bergman and Ayrton Gennetten completing the top ten. A record field of 77 drivers was on hand for the first night of the General Tire Hockett/McMillin Memorial. Eight SCE Gaskets Heat Races went to Justyn Cox, Sean McClelland, Billy Butler, Scott Bogucki, Seth Bergman, Garet Williamson, Jonathan Cornell, and Ryan Conium. Hoosier Tire Qualifiers numbered seven and were topped by Joe B. Miller, Chase Randall, Jordon Mallett, Mark Smith, Brandon Anderson, Tim Crawley, and Miles Paulus. BMRS B-Features went to Brandon Anderson, Howard Moore, and Devon Borden. The Brodix LCQ was won by Derek Hagar. Provisional starts were utilized by Matt Covington, Chase Randall, and Austin O'Neal. The General Tire Hockett/McMillin Memorial continues on Friday, September 18. Racing gets underway at 7:00 P.M. (CT). Information and tickets can be found online at http://www.lucasoilspeedway.com. Live coverage is at http://www.lucasoilracing.tv and http://www.racinboys.com. For other news, notes, and information on the American Sprint Car Series, from the National Tour to any of the Regional Tours that make up ASCS Nation in 2020, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, on Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS). Race Results: ASCS National Tour | ASCS Warrior Region Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, Mo.) Hockett/McMillin Memorial - Night 1 Thursday, September 17, 2020 Car Count: 77 SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Top 70 in Passing Points advance to Qualifiers) Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 7C-Justyn Cox[2]; 2. 47-Dale Howard[4]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 4. 88-Travis Reber[7]; 5. 1X-Tim Crawley[5]; 6. 5T-Ryan Timms[3]; 7. 22-Riley Goodno[10]; 8. 14E-Kyle Bellm[9]; 9. 37H-Matthew Howard[6]; 10. 18T-Tanner Holmes[8] Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 1-Sean McClelland[1]; 2. 24D-Danny Sams III[6]; 3. 88X-Shane Stewart[4]; 4. 9-Chase Randall[3]; 5. 14-Jordon Mallett[9]; 6. 75-Tyler Blank[7]; 7. 20G-Jake Greider[2]; 8. 26-Marshall Skinner[10]; 9. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[5]; 10. 86-Timothy Smith[8] Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 57-Billy Butler[1]; 2. 3M-Howard Moore[4]; 3. 2-Brad Bowden[3]; 4. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[7]; 5. M1-Mark Smith[9]; 6. 21R-Gunner Ramey[5]; 7. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 8. 9M-Cody Baker[10]; 9. 77X-Alex Hill[8]; 10. 75B-Brian Boswell[6] Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 28-Scott Bogucki[9]; 2. 22S-Slater Helt[1]; 3. 0-Corey Nelson[2]; 4. 15-Jase Randolph[3]; 5. 13-Chase Howard[4]; 6. 84-Brandon Hanks[10]; 7. 57B-Bobby Butler[5]; 8. 87-Jason Barney[6]; 9. 90X-Matt Tanner[7]; 10. 121-Steve Glover[8] Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[2]; 2. 94-Jeff Swindell[4]; 3. 17W-Harli White[6]; 4. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[10]; 5. 21-Miles Paulus[5]; 6. 16A-Justin Sanders[9]; 7. 7B-Ben Brown[3]; 8. 45-Chuck Hebing[1]; 9. 22L-Connor Leoffler[8]; 10. 11A-Austin O'Neal[7] Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 24-Garet Williamson[2]; 2. 91T-Tyler Thomas[4]; 3. 23G-Steven Shebester[3]; 4. 9JR-Derek Hagar[7]; 5. 4-Evan Martin[9]; 6. 30-Joseph Miller[1]; 7. 10L-Landon Britt[6]; 8. 19-Colby Thornhill[8]; 9. 97-Scotty Milan[5] Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 28C-Jonathan Cornell[2]; 2. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[7]; 3. 17B-Ryan Bickett[1]; 4. 11-Roger Crockett[8]; 5. 76-Jay Russell[4]; 6. 51B-Joe B Miller[9]; 7. 5-Kory Bales[3]; 8. 31-Casey Wills[6]; 9. 28V-Luke Verardi[5] Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 46-Ryan Coniam[2]; 2. 21P-Robbie Price[1]; 3. 8-Devon Borden[5]; 4. 52-Blake Hahn[7]; 5. 29-Emilio Hoover[6]; 6. 5D-Zach Daum[8]; 7. 3P-Rusty Potter[3]; 8. 95X-Asa Swindell[9]; 9. 3Z-Zach Davis[4] Hoosier Tire Qualifiers (Top 16 in combined Heat & Qualifier Passing Points advance to the A-Feature) Qualifier 1 (8 Laps): 1. 51B-Joe B Miller[1]; 2. 28C-Jonathan Cornell[5]; 3. 28-Scott Bogucki[6]; 4. 2-Brad Bowden[2]; 5. 22L-Connor Leoffler[10]; 6. 1-Sean McClelland[4]; 7. 13-Chase Howard[7]; 8. 3P-Rusty Potter[9]; 9. 30-Joseph Miller[8]; 10. 9JR-Derek Hagar[3] Qualifier 2 (8 Laps): 1. 9-Chase Randall[1]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 3. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[6]; 4. 14E-Kyle Bellm[8]; 5. 23G-Steven Shebester[2]; 6. 90X-Matt Tanner[10]; 7. 75-Tyler Blank[7]; 8. 46-Ryan Coniam[5]; 9. 19-Colby Thornhill[9]; 10. 57-Billy Butler[4] Qualifier 3 (8 Laps): 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[3]; 2. 11-Roger Crockett[4]; 3. 47-Dale Howard[5]; 4. 84-Brandon Hanks[2]; 5. 24D-Danny Sams III[6]; 6. 20G-Jake Greider[9]; 7. 9M-Cody Baker[10]; 8. 10L-Landon Britt[8]; 9. 76-Jay Russell[7]; 10. 15-Jase Randolph[1] Qualifier 4 (8 Laps): 1. M1-Mark Smith[4]; 2. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[6]; 3. 0-Corey Nelson[2]; 4. 3M-Howard Moore[5]; 5. 5D-Zach Daum[7]; 6. 29-Emilio Hoover[1]; 7. 4-Evan Martin[3]; 8. 45-Chuck Hebing[10]; 9. 95-Matt Covington[9]; 10. 95X-Asa Swindell[8] Qualifier 5 (8 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[2]; 2. 94-Jeff Swindell[5]; 3. 22-Riley Goodno[1]; 4. 8-Devon Borden[4]; 5. 7C-Justyn Cox[6]; 6. 87-Jason Barney[9]; 7. 22S-Slater Helt[3]; 8. 57B-Bobby Butler[8]; 9. 21R-Gunner Ramey[7]; 10. 37H-Matthew Howard[10] Qualifier 6 (8 Laps): 1. 1X-Tim Crawley[1]; 2. 88X-Shane Stewart[3]; 3. 91T-Tyler Thomas[5]; 4. 23-Seth Bergman[6]; 5. 17B-Ryan Bickett[2]; 6. 26-Marshall Skinner[7]; 7. 31-Casey Wills[9]; 8. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[10]; 9. 7B-Ben Brown[8]; 10. 88-Travis Reber[4] Qualifier 7 (8 Laps): 1. 21-Miles Paulus[1]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[4]; 3. 17W-Harli White[5]; 4. 21P-Robbie Price[3]; 5. 16A-Justin Sanders[2]; 6. 24-Garet Williamson[6]; 7. 5T-Ryan Timms[7]; 8. 77X-Alex Hill[9]; 9. 97-Scotty Milan[8]; 10. 5-Kory Bales[10] BMRS B-Feature (Top 5 from each advance to the LCQ) B Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 2. 9JR-Derek Hagar[12]; 3. 1X-Tim Crawley[3]; 4. 51B-Joe B Miller[2]; 5. 2-Brad Bowden[5]; 6. 14E-Kyle Bellm[6]; 7. 13-Chase Howard[10]; 8. 9M-Cody Baker[13]; 9. 4-Evan Martin[8]; 10. 17B-Ryan Bickett[7]; 11. 10L-Landon Britt[14]; 12. 87-Jason Barney[11]; 13. 95-Matt Covington[17]; 14. 45-Chuck Hebing[15]; 15. 97-Scotty Milan[18]; 16. 75B-Brian Boswell[21]; 17. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[16]; 18. 86-Timothy Smith[20]; 19. 24-Garet Williamson[4]; 20. 29-Emilio Hoover[9]; 21. 28V-Luke Verardi[19] B Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 3M-Howard Moore[1]; 2. 21-Miles Paulus[3]; 3. 16A-Justin Sanders[7]; 4. 84-Brandon Hanks[5]; 5. 22S-Slater Helt[8]; 6. 23G-Steven Shebester[6]; 7. 57B-Bobby Butler[14]; 8. 90X-Matt Tanner[11]; 9. 76-Jay Russell[13]; 10. 77X-Alex Hill[16]; 11. 5T-Ryan Timms[12]; 12. 3Z-Zach Davis[19]; 13. 26-Marshall Skinner[9]; 14. 15-Jase Randolph[15]; 15. 21P-Robbie Price[4]; 16. 9-Chase Randall[2]; 17. 75-Tyler Blank[10]; 18. 7B-Ben Brown[17]; 19. 121-Steve Glover[20]; 20. 5-Kory Bales[18] B Feature 3 (15 Laps): 1. 8-Devon Borden[2]; 2. 7C-Justyn Cox[1]; 3. 1-Sean McClelland[4]; 4. 22-Riley Goodno[5]; 5. 5D-Zach Daum[7]; 6. 46-Ryan Coniam[6]; 7. 18T-Tanner Holmes[19]; 8. 19-Colby Thornhill[16]; 9. 11A-Austin O'Neal[20]; 10. 31-Casey Wills[12]; 11. 0-Corey Nelson[3]; 12. 57-Billy Butler[10]; 13. 20G-Jake Greider[9]; 14. 3P-Rusty Potter[13]; 15. 95X-Asa Swindell[17]; 16. 22L-Connor Leoffler[8]; 17. 88-Travis Reber[11]; 18. 30-Joseph Miller[15]; 19. 37H-Matthew Howard[18]; 20. 21R-Gunner Ramey[14] Brodix Last Chance Qualifier (Top 6 advance to the A-Feature) Last Chance Qualifier (12 Laps): 1. 9JR-Derek Hagar[6]; 2. 3M-Howard Moore[2]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 4. 21-Miles Paulus[5]; 5. 7C-Justyn Cox[4]; 6. 22-Riley Goodno[12]; 7. 51B-Joe B Miller[10]; 8. 16A-Justin Sanders[8]; 9. 8-Devon Borden[3]; 10. 2-Brad Bowden[11]; 11. 84-Brandon Hanks[9]; 12. 5D-Zach Daum[14]; 13. 22S-Slater Helt[13]; 14. 1X-Tim Crawley[7]; 15. 1-Sean McClelland[15] Sawblade.com A-Feature A Feature (25 Laps): 1. M1-Mark Smith[5]; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[8]; 3. 28-Scott Bogucki[1]; 4. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[11]; 5. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[3]; 6. 28C-Jonathan Cornell[4]; 7. 9JR-Derek Hagar[17]; 8. 11-Roger Crockett[7]; 9. 23-Seth Bergman[13]; 10. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[2]; 11. 91T-Tyler Thomas[10]; 12. 94-Jeff Swindell[6]; 13. 3M-Howard Moore[18]; 14. 88X-Shane Stewart[16]; 15. 47-Dale Howard[9]; 16. 7C-Justyn Cox[21]; 17. 21-Miles Paulus[20]; 18. 17W-Harli White[12]; 19. 24D-Danny Sams III[15]; 20. 52-Blake Hahn[14]; 21. 55B-Brandon Anderson[19]; 22. 9-Chase Randall[24]; 23. 11A-Austin O'Neal[25]; 24. 22-Riley Goodno[22]; 25. 95-Matt Covington[23] Lap Leader(s): Ayrton Gennetten 1-8; Mark Smith 9-25 Hard Charger: Derek Hagar +10 High Point Driver: Scott Bogucki Provisional(s): Matt Covington (Points); Chase Randall (Points); Austin O'Neal (Regional) 2020 Driver Standings (Top 15): 1. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 1,657; 2. Roger Crockett 1,505; 3. Harli White 1,427; 4. Scott Bogucki 1,386; 5. Blake Hahn 1,352; 6. Jordon Mallett 1,337; 7. Matt Covington 1,316; 8. Dylan Westbrook 1,288; 9. Garet Williamson 1,161; 10. Danny Sams 1,152; 11. Alex Hill 1,096; 12. Chase Randall 1,059; 13. Ryan Bickett 1,003; 14. Travis Reber 977; 15. Justin Sanders 643; 2020 A-Feature Winner(s): Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 5 (2/29 – Canyon Speedway Park; 6/25 – Caney Valley Speedway; 6/27 – I-30 Speedway; 7/17 – U.S. 36 Raceway; 9/13 – I-80 Speedway); Matt Covington - 1 (2/28 - Canyon Speedway Park); Brad Sweet – 1 (3/6 – Merced Speedway); Andy Forsberg – 1 (3/8 – Petaluma Speedway); Harli White – 1 (7/11 – Riverside International Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (8/6 – Knoxville Raceway); Lynton Jeffrey – 1 (8/7 – Knoxville Raceway); Kerry Madsen – 1 (8/8 – Knoxville Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/9 – Southern Iowa Speedway); Mark Smith – 1 (9/17 – Lucas Oil Speedway); Hockett/McMillin Event Points as of 9/17/2020 Mark Smith -166 Jordon Mallett -158 Scott Bogucki -153 Sam Hafertepe Jr -146 Dylan Westbrook -142 Jonathan Cornell -141 Roger Crockett -132 Seth Bergman -130 Derek Hagar -127 Ayrton Gennetten -126 Tyler Thomas -125 Jeff Swindell -124 Howard Moore -120 Shane Stewart -119 Dale Howard -117 Justyn Cox -114 Miles Paulus -112 Harli White -110 Brandon Anderson -107 Danny Sams III -107 Blake Hahn -106 Joe B. Miller -102 Devon Borden -100 Riley Goodno -100 Brad Bowden -99 Justin Sanders -97 Tim Crawley -96 Brandon Hanks -95 Sean McClelland -94 Slater Helt -94 Zach Daum -93 Steven Shebester -92 Ryan Coniam -91 Corey Nelson -89 Kyle Bellm -88 Ryan Bickett -88 Chase Howard -87 Chase Randall -85 Evan Martin -85 Robbie Price -85 Bobby Butler -84 Billy Butler -83 Cody Baker -83 Jay Russell -83 Matt Tanner -83 Ryan Timms -82 Casey Wills -81 Colby Thornhill -81 Garet Williamson -80 Jake Greider -80 Jason Barney -80 Landon Britt -80 Alex Hill -79 Marshall Skinner -79 Jase Randolph -78 Tanner Holmes -78 Matt Covington -77 Rusty Potter -77 Austin O'Neal -76 Chuck Hebing -76 Connor Leoffler -76 Tyler Blank -76 Emilio Hoover -75 Travis Reber -75 Zach Davis -74 Asa Swindell -73 Joseph Miller -73 Scotty Milan -73 Ben Brown -72 Kevin Hinkle -72 Gunner Ramey -71 Brian Boswell -69 Kory Bales -69 Matthew Howard -68 Timothy Smith -67 Steve Glover -66 Luke Verardi -65 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 Video Broadcast: http://www.racinboys.com Live-Scoring (Where Applicable): MRP Live ASCS National Tour Drivers Online: Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA.): http://www.sethbergmanracing.com Ryan Bickett (Ramona, SD): https://www.facebook.com/rynotrucking 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 Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK): http://www.blakehahnracing.com Alex Hill (Six Nations, Ontario, Can.): https://twitter.com/alexhill77x Thomas Kennedy (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Can.): https://twitter.com/tjkennedy21k Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR): https://www.jordonmallett.com Robbie Price (Cobble Hill, BC, Can.): http://www.bdsmotorsportsllc.com Chase Randall (Waco, TX): https://twitter.com/chaserandall09 Danny Sams III (North Port, Fla.): https://www.samslamtnracing.com Harli White (Lindsay, OK): http://www.harliwhiteracing.net Dylan Westbrook (Scotland, Ont. Can.): https://twitter.com/westbrook47x Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO.): https://twitter.com/garetw3
  17. Top 3 from the Texas Truck Challenge

    If I'm not mistaken, the black car was one of Mr. Huff's. Del Harris drove it for him. And Mr. Huff built the nice looking green car for Ms. Huff, but she never drove it.
  18. Dirt modified racing’s best of the best eye 22nd Annual Featherlite Fall Jamboree America’s marquee event for dirt modified racing takes place Friday and Saturday, September 25-26, when the Deer Creek Speedway in Spring Valley, Minn., hosts the 22nd Annual Featherlite Fall Jamboree. Shortened to just two days this year thanks to COVID-19, the mega-event will be the next-to-last points races for the Summit USMTS National Championship fueled by Casey’s and will also feature the nation’s top USRA B-Mod racers both nights in the Christie Door Company Iron Man Challenge built by Medieval Chassis. The high-banked 3/8-mile clay oval located in the rolling hills of Southern Minnesota will be host to the world’s elite open-wheel dirt modified drivers as this year’s blockbuster has a few alterations due to the COVID-19 pandemic with the USMTS and Deer Creek Speedway staff looking to keep peace with State of Minnesota regulations regarding gatherings and social distancing. This year’s event will be a two-day show on Friday and Saturday, September 25-26, and will feature a $5,000-to-win, $400-to-start main event on Friday with a $10,000-to-win, $550-to-start feature on Saturday, plus the annual $2,000-to-win Non-Qualifiers Race. Again this year the Christie Door Company Iron Man Challenge featuring USRA B-Mods will be racing for $1,000 and $1,200 to win, respectively, on Friday and Saturday with valuable Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series national points up for grabs. There is no practice night his year and hot laps will be on Friday at 6 p.m. only. There are no plans to have hot laps on Saturday. The top 15 in heat race passing points are locked into “A” Main each night with the top 8 redrawing for the first eight starting positions. An additional 15 drivers will advance from the “B” Mains and 30 cars will start the main event each night in both classes. Saturday’s championship features will go three-wide for the green flag starts. The list of former USMTS winners here could serve as dirt modified racing’s half of fame class. Nine-time USMTS national champ Kelly Shryock won the first-ever USMTS contest here in 2002 but his 10 career wins at Deer Creek puts him second on the list behind Jason Hughes, who has a series-best 14 victories here. Rodney Sanders has also garnered 10 checkered flags here. Ryan Gustin has seven wins while Tim Donlinger and Terry Phillips each have five, along with defending USRA Modified national champion Brandon Davis, who won this event last year and recently became the track’s all-time winningest driver. Jason Cummins and Brad Waits have four apiece and three wins are noted by Cade Dillard, Zack VanderBeek and Joey Jensen. Two-time winners include Corey Dripps, Jason Krohn, Ryan Ruter, Stormy Scott, Lucas Schott, Johnny Scott and Dustin Sorensen. Drivers who have visited victory lane here one time include Mark Noble, Steve Wetzstein, Darin Walker, Tony Fraise, Dan Daniels, Chad Kinder, Mark Burgtorf, Brad McEwan, Randy Timms, Dean Mahlstedt, Tommy Myer, Mike Sorensen, Mike Spaulding, Dan Chapman, Les Duellman, Mike Hejna, Steve Arpin, Jon Tesch, Jordan Grabouski, Jeremy Payne, Craig Thatcher, Tommy Weder Jr., Dereck Ramirez, Jacob Bleess and Jake O’Neil who recently won the 15th Annual J&S JCB USMTS Labor Day Duel here. 22ND ANNUAL FEATHERLITE FALL JAMBOREE DEER CREEK SPEEDWAY – SPRING VALLEY, MINNESOTA FRIDAY-SATURDAY, SEPT. 25-26, 2020 Tickets can be purchased in advance at deercreekspeedway.ticketforce.com. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Friday, September 25 3:00 p.m. – Pit gate opens, driver sign-in begins at USMTS trailer. 5:00 p.m. – Grandstand gates open. 6:00 p.m. – Hot laps being. 6:30 p.m. – Drivers meeting. 6:45 p.m. – Opening ceremonies. 7:00 p.m. – Heat races begin. USRA B-Mod Heat Races (10 laps each, top 15 in passing points to “A” Main, top 8 redraw) USMTS Modified Heat Races (10 laps each, top 15 in passing points to “A” Main, top 8 redraw) USRA B-Mod “B” Mains (12 laps, top ____ to “A” Main USMTS Modified “B” Mains (12 laps, top ____ to “A” Main USRA B-Mod “A” Main (20 laps, $1,000 to win) USMTS Modified “A” Main (40 laps, $5,000 to win) Saturday, September 26 2:00 p.m. – Pit gate opens, driver sign-in begins at USMTS trailer. 4:00 p.m. – Grandstand gates open. 5:00 p.m. – Drivers meeting. 5:45 p.m. – Opening ceremonies. 6:00 p.m. – Heat races begin. USRA B-Mod Heat Races (10 laps each, top 15 in passing points to “A” Main, top 8 redraw) USMTS Modified Heat Races (10 laps each, top 15 in passing points to “A” Main, top 8 redraw) USRA B-Mod “B” Mains (12 laps, top ____ to “A” Main USMTS Modified “B” Mains (12 laps, top ____ to “A” Main USRA B-Mod “A” Main (25 laps, $1,200 to win) USMTS Modified Non-Qualifiers Race (25 laps, $2,000 to win) USMTS Modified “A” Main (50 laps, $10,000 to win) Past Champions: 1999 – Ron Jones, Zimmerman, Minn. 2000 – Johnny Saathoff, Beatrice, Neb. 2001 – Willy Kraft, Lakefield, Minn. 2002 – Mark Noble, Blooming Prairie, Minn. 2003 – Dan Daniels, Humboldt, Kan. 2004 – Kelly Shryock, Fertile, Iowa 2005 – Jason Hughes, Colcord, Okla. 2006 – Chad Kinder, Newton, Ill. 2007 – Dean Mahlstedt, Clear Lake, Iowa 2008 – Tim Donlinger, Rochester, Minn. 2009 – Jason Hughes, Westville, Okla. 2010 – Jason Hughes, Westville, Okla. 2011 – Terry Phillips, Springfield, Mo. 2012 – Joey Jensen, Forest Lake, Minn. 2013 – Jason Hughes, Watts, Okla. 2014 – Rodney Sanders, Happy, Texas 2015 – Jason Hughes, Watts, Okla. 2016 – Tommy Weder Jr., Woodward, Okla. 2017 – Ryan Gustin, Marshalltown, Iowa 2018 – Rodney Sanders, Happy, Texas 2019 – Jacob Bleess, Chatfield, Minn. NOTE: The Featherlite Fall Jamboree was held at the Hamilton County Speedway in Webster City, Iowa, from 1999-2001. The event has been held at the Deer Creek Speedway since 2002. USMTS MODIFIED PAYOUTS, RULES & PROCEDURES USMTS rules apply. Top-15 in passing points locked into “A” Main, top-8 redraw, 15 advance from “B” Mains to 30-car “A” Main both nights. Saturday’s “A” Main will start three wide. Top-30 in Saturday’s “B” Mains not advancing to “A” Main are eligible for Non-Qualifiers Race (redraw for starting spot). Summit USMTS National Championship fueled by Casey’s points and provisionals awarded each night. There is no Top Dog Bonus for this event. Friday's “A” Main: 1. $5000, 2. $2500, 3. $1500, 4. $1000, 5. $800, 6. $750, 7. $700, 8. $650, 9. $600, 10. $550, 11. $500, 12. $475, 13. $450, 14. $440, 15. $435, 16. $430, 17. $425, 18. $420, 19. $415, 20. $410, 21. $405, 22-30. $400; Tow $100. Saturday's Non-Qualifiers Race: 1. $2000, 2. $1200, 3. $900, 4. $700, 5. $600, 6. $550, 7. $500, 8. $450, 9. $425, 10. $400, 11. $375, 12. $350, 13. $325, 14. $300, 15. $275, 16. $250, 17. $240, 18. $235, 19. $230, 20. $225, 21. $220, 22. $215, 23. $210, 24. $205, 25-30. $200; Tow $100. Saturday's “A” Main: 1. $10,000, 2. $5000, 3. $3000, 4. $2500, 5. $2000, 6. $1500, 7. $1200, 8. $1000, 9. $900, 10. $800, 11. $750, 12. $700, 13. $650, 14. $625, 15. $600, 16. $575, 17. $570, 18. $565, 19. $560, 20. $555, 21-30. $550. The entry fee is $250 if received by the USMTS on or before 5 p.m. on September 21. After the deadline, the entry fee is $350. Entry fee covers both days. Download the entry form at usmts.com/downloads and then email, fax or mail completed form. Otherwise, call 515-832-7944 with payment info to register by phone. USRA B-MOD PAYOUTS, RULES & PROCEDURES USRA rules apply. Top-15 in passing points locked into “A” Main, top-8 redraw, 15 advance from “B” Mains to 30-car “A” Main both nights. Saturday’s “A” Main will start three wide. Christie Door Company Iron Man Challenge points and Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series national points awarded each night. Friday's “A” Main: 1. $1000, 2. $700, 3. $500, 4. $400, 5. $300, 6. $250, 7. $225, 8. $200, 9. $175, 10. $150, 11. $145, 12. $140, 13. $135, 14. $130, 15. $125, 16. $120, 17. $115, 18. $110, 19. $105, 20-30. $100; Tow $60 Saturday's “A” Main: 1. $1200, 2. $800, 3. $600, 4. $500, 5. $400, 6. $300, 7. $275, 8. $250, 9. $225, 10. $200, 11. $180, 12. $160, 13. $150, 14. $145, 15. $140, 16. $135, 17. $130, 18. $125, 19-30. $120; Tow $75 The entry fee for Friday is $50 and Saturday is $75 if received by the USRA on or before 5 p.m. on September 21. After the deadline, the entry fee for Friday is $75 and Saturday is $100. Download the entry form at usraracing.com/downloads and then email, fax or mail completed form. Otherwise, call 515-832-6000 with payment info to register by phone. For those who cannot attend in person, every remaining USMTS event can be experienced live with a Pit Pass on RacinDirt.TV. Subscribe now and enjoy the best motorsports coverage on dirt. Currently, the 2020 schedule for the Summit USMTS National Championship fueled by Casey’s is highlighted by 40 nights of racing at 25 unique dirt ovals for the 22nd season of competition for the world’s Best of the Best in dirt modified racing. To connect with the USMTS check out USMTS.com, like us on Facebook, follow on Twitter, check us out on Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel. Keep up to speed by joining our email list
  19. Unofficial Texas Truck Challenge results, 9/12/2020 1. 96 John Heil, 75 laps 2. 8 Steven Davis, 75 3. 16 Mason Teague, 75 4. 31 David Webster, 75 5. 48 Jake Wright, 75 6, 1A Ryan Luza, 75 7. 04 Cory Roper, 75 8. 05 Brandon Leonard, 75 9. 39 Mark Chrudimsky, 75 10. 41 Colt Mize, 75 11. 46 Tawakyah Grynewicz, 73 12. 14 Michelle Reininger, 72 13. 11 EJ Fitzgerald, 64 14. 15 JC Umscheid, 55 15. 06 Dale Sheen, 52 16. 7 Zoey Barker, 51 17. 45 Tobyahnah Grynewicz, 50 18. 9 Logan Boyett, 46 19. 12 Justin Steiner, 45 20. 82 Anthony Monroe, 41 21. 28 Shawn Paul Lehman, 38 22. 40 Tovia Grynewicz, 21 Here are the rest of the results from HMP Pro Mod Feature 1. 148 Max Calles, 40 2. 96 Paul White, 40 3. 38 Ricky Moxley, 40 4. 31 Chase Schubert, 40 5. 13 Ian Webster, 40 6. 18 Jason Ferre Sr., 40 7. 26 Bob Slezinsky, 40 8. 72 Johnny Walker, 34 9. 70 Sonny Hunt, 32 10. 112 Augie Grill, 18 11. 99 Casey Smith, 18 12. 500 Jake Thomasson, 13 13. 314 Michael Brown, 12 14. 14 Nathan Caldwell, 11 15. 11 Shelby Huff, 0 Outlaw Feature 1. 17 Robert Barker, 30 laps 2. 7 Chris Schild, 30 3. 71 Deed Dupont, 30 4. 48 Tovia Grynewicz, 30 5. 69 Mike Pollaro, 30 6. 43 Graham Langley, 29 7. 196 Augie Grill, 23 Lone Star Legacy Feature 1. 1 Ethan Barker, 20 laps 2. 18 Mike Steinman, 20 3. 37 Jaida Simental, 20 4. 73 Drew Simental, 20 5. 48 Mike Knotts, 20 6. 68 EJ Fitzgerald, 20 7. 3 Delbert May, 20 8. 9 Joshua Maxey, 20 9. 63 Brad Harden, 20 10. 7 James Remore, 20 11. 55 John Miesen, 19 12. 8 William La'Barge, 19 Eco Stock Feature 1. 76 Will Planter, 20 laps 2. 4 Doug Gibson, 20 3. 51 Brent Devoti, 20 4. 28 Rowdy Chouinard, 20 5. 3 Soren Rasmussen, 20 6. 74 Mike Mecum, 20 7. 13B Cole Freeman, 20 8. 27 Danny Bartholomew, 20 9. 19 Joshua Self, 19 10. 92 Ronnie Schoenfeldt, 19 11. 96B Larry Baker, 19 12. 11 Richard Smith, 19 13. 30 Brian O'Neal, 8 DNS 22 Alan Luper
  20. AM Racing, Austin Wayne Self hunt for top-10 finish at Bristol Motor Speedway BRISTOL, Tenn: 16 races down, seven to go. On the heels of a strong performance last Thursday night at Richmond (Va.) Raceway in the ToyotaCare 250, Austin Wayne Self and his AM Racing team head to Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway for another Thursday night showdown in the UNOH 200 presented by Ohio Logistics. And with the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series set to open their Playoffs in Thunder Valley, Self won’t have an opportunity to go for a championship title, but he does plan to make some noise of his own over the final two months of the season. “I always look forward to Bristol, because it’s such a cool place to race,” said Self. “Right now, I think our AM Racing team has some good momentum and even if we don’t have the all the finishes to show for it lately, we’ve had some really fast No. 22 GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet Silverados and I hope we can continue to showcase that at Bristol.” Self, 24, has four previous Truck Series starts at Bristol with back-to-back top-15 finishes in 2018 and 2019 respectively and is determined to up the ante in the UNOH 200 this year. Hunting for their first top-10 finish of the season, Self says it’s their mission to execute that goal and Bristol is certainly a place where the goal can be accomplished. “We’re hunting a top-10 finish this week, we want to get ourselves there,” added Self. “I think we can do it. “The last two years – we’ve had rather good results at Bristol – all things considered. You can’t hide at Bristol. But I feel like I’ve become a better driver there with experience and track time. “Certainly not having practice or qualifying can be a little of a hindrance, but it is the same boat for everyone, so we just have to take the challenge in stride. Bristol is one of those tracks where momentum and focus are key – while just making sure you have the grip in the truck to be able to capitalize on key passing moments. “Staying out of trouble too is huge at Bristol. As we get closer and closer to the end of the season, the intensity ramps up and the stakes are high and that sometimes leads to a lot of action and Bristol is known to be a place where the action can hot and heavy.” Even out of the Playoff picture, it’s still business as usual for the AM Racing team as Self expects the upward performance trend to continue to climb aboard his No. 22 GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet Silverado from now until Phoenix (Ariz.) Raceway in November. “We’re a relatively small team, but sometimes David can beat the Goliath and at times we’ve been able to show that on track with our heart and passion of racing,” added Self. “We have a lot of people, including our partners who are devoted to our race team and focused on seeing our team succeed not only in 2020 but as we start to think ahead to 2021.” In addition to primary partners GO TEXAN and AM Technical Solutions, AIRBOX Air Purifier, Don’t mess with Texas, CForce Bottling Company, Flying Circle, Kreuz Market and Prasek’s will serve as associate partners in the 17th race of the year. In 100 NGROTS races, the 2014 ARCA Menards Series Rookie of the Year has two top-fives (second at Daytona 2017, fifth at Michigan 2019) and seven top-10 finishes. The Texan maintains an average finish of 18.6 during his five years of competition. The Austin, Texas native is nestled 17th in the championship standings with seven races remaining. The UNOH 200 presented by Ohio Logistics (200 laps | 106.6 miles) is the 17th of 23 NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series races on the 2020 schedule. The 36-truck field will take the green flag on Thurs. Sept. 17, 2020, shortly after 7:00 p.m. with live coverage on FOX Sports 1 (FS1), the Motor Racing Network (Radio) and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio (Satellite Radio, Channel 90). All times are local (Eastern). For more on Austin Wayne Self, please visit awsracing.com, like his Facebook page (Austin Wayne Self) or follow him on Twitter @AustinWSelf. For more on AM Racing, please visit AMRacingteam.com, like their Facebook page (AM Racing) or follow them on Twitter @AMRacingNASCAR. Show your GO TEXAN pride: find Texas products, restaurants or enroll your business in GO TEXAN. Visit AM Technical Solutions online at amts.com. To learn more about AIRBOX Air Purifier and what they offer, please visit airboxairpurifier.com. For more information on Don’t mess with Texas and how you can become involved in the program, visit dontmesswithtexas.org. For more on Flying Circle, please visit flyingcirclegear.com, like them on Facebook (FlyingCircleGear) and follow them on Instagram (@flyingcirclegear) and Twitter (@flyingcircle_). Also, connect with Flying Circle on Pinterest and YouTube. Visit JB Henderson Construction online at jbhenderson.com. For additional information on CForce premium artesian water, please visit cforce.com. For more on Kreuz Market, please visit kreuzmarket.com. like them on Facebook (KreuzMarketLockhart) and follow them on Twitter (@kreuzmarket). To learn more about Prasek’s and what they offer, please visit praseks.com. About GO TEXAN: GO TEXAN is a widely recognized brand. It represents a diverse collection of people, products and services that are genuinely Texan. Whether it’s grown, sewn or served on a plate, more than 26 million Texans shop, travel and dine out in full support of Texas business and agriculture. Consumers make buying decisions based on the prestige of GO TEXAN, a desire to support the Texas economy and the value received from buying local. About AM Technical Solutions: Headquartered in Austin, TX, AM Technical Solutions was founded in 1994. AM Technical Solutions is a global engineering and construction management firm, specializing in the high-tech industries. AMTS has managed over $20B of global capital projects for over 170 different customers in 15 countries. For more information, please visit amts.com. About AM Racing: AM Racing is a NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series (NGROTS) team owned by entrepreneur Tim Self. Established in December 2015, AM Racing is headquartered in Statesville, N.C. Operated by Self, a native of Austin, Texas, the team is prided on faith, honesty and intelligent performance. The team has named Austin Wayne Self as its driver for the 2020 season.
  21. Greg Davidson

    Praying for God's strength in this. Greg is a strong-willed person, but he will be needing God more than ever as he goes through this. Nick
  22. Ramirez in a landslide at RPM SpeedwayCRANDALL, Texas (Sept. 13)—In their ongoing quest to make racing great again, the Summit USMTS National Championship fueled by Casey’s concluded a three-night 80-hour excursion Sunday at the RPM Speedway in Crandall, Texas, with the 2nd Annual USMTS North Texas Nationals presented by Penske Racing Shocks. Courtesy of USMTS PRWhen the checkered flag waved, Dereck Ramirez of Woodward, Oklahoma, collected his sixth victory of the 2020 campaign and 14th of his career with a wire-to-wire effort in the 40-lap main event.The 33-year-old beat polesitter Jason Ingalls to the flagstand to lead the opening lap. Except for an early caution and a handful of brief challenges by points leader Rodney Sanders, that’s as close as anybody got to spoiling Ramirez’s victory lane celebration.With most of the back-markers sharing the race leader’s preference for the shortest way around the 1/4-mile dirt oval, Ramirez struggled from time to time with lapped traffic but always disposed of those problems before Sanders could pounce and make a move for the lead.“I was just going to stay in my line,” Ramirez said. “I thought about going to the top and I was like ‘Man, I know it’s pretty clean down here and if I move up and get passed I’m going to be mad at myself.“It’s just fun to be in victory lane in the land of KR,” Ramirez said, referring to the track’s co-promoter Kevin Rogers.After thanking his family, crew members, sponsors and fans, Ramirez implored those in attendance to “vote for Donald Trump 2020, baby,” to loud applause. “When I put that (wrap) on there, I said no matter what I’m a winner. He’s a winner and he’s fighting for this country. That’s what we’ve got to have so vote for Trump.”Ramirez first encountered lapped traffic on lap 12, and quickly disposed of the first two while Jason Ingalls and Sanders battled side-by-side for second with Jason Hughes in their rearview mirrors.The race’s only caution occurred on lap 14 when Justin Ingalls slowed on the back-stretch. Sanders used a great restart to seize second and challenged Ramirez on several occasions throughout the rest of the contest.After testing every inch of the RPM Speedway racing surface, Sanders eventually settled for the runner-up paycheck but his effort improved the odds of a fourth USMTS points title for ‘the Rocket.’.Jason Ingalls, Jake Gallardo and Hughes were the next three to cross the finish line while Tanner Mullens, Joe Duvall, Terry Phillips, Zack VanderBeek and Max Eddie Thomas rounded out the top 10.Back in November: The Summit USMTS National Championship fueled by Casey’s will return to the RPM Speedway for the 2nd Annual Summit Southern Nationals presented by Super Clean on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 5-7, where the 2020 USMTS national champion will officially be crowned.The event is also the season points finale in the Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series for the Sunoco USRA Factory Stocks and USRA Limited Mods which join the action all three nights. The USRA Tuners will compete Friday and Saturday in their nationwide points finale.Jamboree in a dozen days: America’s marquee event for dirt modified racing takes place Friday and Saturday, September 25-26, when the Deer Creek Speedway in Spring Valley, Minn., hosts the 22nd Annual Featherlite Fall Jamboree.Shortened to just two days this year thanks to COVID-19, the mega-event will be the next-to-last points races for the USMTS and will also feature the nation’s top USRA B-Mod racers both nights.For those who cannot attend in person, every remaining USMTS event can be experienced live with a Pit Pass on RacinDirt.TV. Subscribe now and enjoy the best motorsports coverage on dirt.Currently, the 2020 schedule for the Summit USMTS National Championship fueled by Casey’s is highlighted by 40 nights of racing at 25 unique dirt ovals for the 22nd season of competition for the world’s Best of the Best in dirt modified racing.To connect with the USMTS check out USMTS.com, like us on Facebook, follow on Twitter, check us out on Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel. Keep up to speed by joining our email list= = = = = = = = = = = = = = =OFFICIAL RESULTS United States Modified Touring Series Summit USMTS National Championship fueled by Casey’s RPM Speedway, Crandall, Texas 2nd Annual USMTS North Texas Nationals presented by Penske Racing Shocks Sunday, September 13, 2020Showing finishing position, starting position in parentheses, car number, driver, hometown, chassis/engine builder and laps completed. The top 12 in heat race passing points advanced to the Casey’s “A” Main with the top-8 drawing for starting positions 1-8.SIMPSON PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS HEAT RACE #1 (8 laps):1. (1) 4R Dereck Ramirez, Woodward, Okla.2. (2) 33Z Zack VanderBeek, New Sharon, Iowa.3. (4) 91 Joe Duvall, Claremore, Okla.4. (3) G17 Fito Gallardo, Las Cruces, N.M.5. (6) 4M Bobby Malchus, Red Oak, Texas.6. (8) 88XXX Clyde Dunn Jr.., Rockwall, Texas.7. (7) 503 Jason Miles (R), Glenwood, Ark.8. (5) 75W Joe Wright (R), Beggs, Okla.9. (9) 64 Casey Fowler (R), Grand Saline, Texas.FAST SHAFTS HEAT RACE #2 (8 laps):1. (2) 20 Rodney Sanders, Happy, Texas.2. (3) 12J Jason Ingalls, Longview, Texas.3. (7) 75 Terry Phillips, Springfield, Mo.4. (9) 6 Casey Skyberg (R), Rapid City, S.D.5. (4) 82 Max Eddie Thomas, Quinlan, Texas.6. (8) 55 Nathan Hagar (R), Adair, Okla.7. (6) 23 Adam Kates, Tonganoxie, Kan.8. (5) 52 Justin Ingalls (R), Longview, Texas.9. (1) 8 Wesley Summers, Wellington, Mo.EDELBROCK HEAT RACE #3 (8 laps):1. (5) 12 Jason Hughes, Watts, Okla.2. (1) 02 Tanner Mullens (R), Wichita, Kan.3. (8) J17 Jake Gallardo, Las Cruces, N.M.4. (3) 17 Jason Sartain (R), Royce City, Texas.5. (4) 47 Jack Sartain, Terrell, Texas.6. (9) 65 Tyler Davis (R), Haysville, Kan.7. (6) 56 Broc Bowen (R), Fannin, Texas.8. (7) 9 Kevin Rutherford, Flower Mound, Texas.9. (2) 1H Bradley Bracey (R), Mabank, Texas.REAL RACING WHEELS “B” MAIN #1 (10 laps, top 5 advance):1. (2) 82 Max Eddie Thomas, Quinlan, Texas2. (3) 88XXX Clyde Dunn Jr.., Rockwall, Texas.3. (1) 4M Bobby Malchus, Red Oak, Texas.4. (6) 52 Justin Ingalls (R), Longview, Texas.5. (4) 503 Jason Miles (R), Glenwood, Ark.6. (8) 1H Bradley Bracey (R), Mabank, Texas.7. (5) 56 Broc Bowen (R), Fannin, Texas, MBCustoms/Fletcher.DNS – 64 Casey Fowler (R), Grand Saline, Texas, Shaw/Kraft.REAL RACING WHEELS “B” MAIN #2 (10 laps, top 5 advance):1. (1) 65 Tyler Davis (R), Haysville, Kan.2. (2) 47 Jack Sartain, Terrell, Texas.3. (4) 23 Adam Kates, Tonganoxie, Kan.4. (3) 55 Nathan Hagar (R), Adair, Okla.5. (6) 9 Kevin Rutherford, Flower Mound, Texas.6. (5) 75W Joe Wright (R), Beggs, Okla.7. (7) 8 Wesley Summers, Wellington, Mo., GRT/Hess.CASEY’S “A” MAIN (40 laps):1. (2) 4R Dereck Ramirez, Woodward, Okla., Hughes/Cornett, 40.2. (3) 20 Rodney Sanders, Happy, Texas, MBCustoms/Hatfield, 40.3. (1) 12 Jason Ingalls, Longview, Texas, IRP/Shipley, 40.4. (4) J17 Jake Gallardo, Las Cruces, N.M., GR2/ProPower, 40.5. (5) 12 Jason Hughes, Watts, Okla., Hughes/Mullins, 40.6. (6) 02 Tanner Mullens (R), Wichita, Kan., Mullens/Mullens, 40.7. (10) 91 Joe Duvall, Claremore, Okla., MBCustoms/BMS, 40.8. (7) 75 Terry Phillips, Springfield, Mo., GRT/Durham, 40.9. (8) 33Z Zack VanderBeek, New Sharon, Iowa, VanderBuilt/Stoen, 40.10. (13) 82 Max Eddie Thomas, Quinlan, Texas, IRP/ChevPerf, 40.11. (14) 65 Tyler Davis (R), Haysville, Kan., Hughes/Mullins, 40.12. (11) G17 Fito Gallardo, Las Cruces, N.M., GR2/ProPower, 40.13. (9) 6 Casey Skyberg (R), Rapid City, S.D., Lethal/Mullins, 40.14. (15) 88XXX Clyde Dunn Jr.., Rockwall, Texas, MBCustoms/Mullins, 40.15. (18) 23 Adam Kates, Tonganoxie, Kan., Jet/Speedway, 40.16. (16) 47 Jack Sartain, Terrell, Texas, IRP/Sartain, 40.17. (17) 4M Bobby Malchus, Red Oak, Texas, Rocket/Wells, 40.18. (20) 55 Nathan Hagar (R), Adair, Okla., GRT/ChevPerf, 39.19. (21) 503 Jason Miles (R), Glenwood, Ark., Shaw/Kuntz, 39.20. (24) 75W Joe Wright (R), Beggs, Okla., RaceCraft/Wright, 39.21. (23) 1H Bradley Bracey (R), Mabank, Texas, GRT/Shoulders, 38.22. (12) 17 Jason Sartain (R), Royce City, Texas, IRP/Sartain, 25.23. (19) 52 Justin Ingalls (R), Longview, Texas, IRP/, 14.24. (22) 9 Kevin Rutherford, Flower Mound, Texas, MBCustoms/Wells, 0.(R) = Grant Junghans USMTS Rookie of the Year contenderLap Leader: Ramirez 1-40.Total Laps Led: Ramirez 40.Margin of Victory: 0.232 second.Time of Race: minutes, seconds (1 caution).Provisional Starters: Bracey (track), Wright (track).Eibach Spring Forward Award: Davis (advanced 6 positions).FK Rod Ends Hard Charger: Duvall (started 10th, finished 7th).Entries: 27.Next Race: Friday-Saturday, Sept. 25-26, Deer Creek Speedway, Spring Valley, Minn.Summit USMTS National Championship fueled by Casey’s Points: .Grant Junghans USMTS Rookie of the Year Points: .Jobbers Warehouse Supply USMTS Manufacturers Championship Points: .Compstar/JE Pistons USMTS Engine Builder of the Year Points: .Contingency Awards:American Racer – Phillips.Beyea Custom Headers – J. Gallardo.BigDeal Car Care – Ramirez, Hughes.Bryke Racing – Kates.BSB Manufacturing – Bracey.Champ Pans – Hughes.Deatherage Opticians – F. Gallardo.Edelbrock – Hughes.Eibach – Davis.Fast Shafts – Sanders.FK Rod Ends – Duvall.Forty9 Designs – Dunn, Miles.Hooker Harness – Davis.Integra Racing Shocks & Springs – Hagar.Jerovetz Motorsports Racing Parts – Malchus.K1 RaceGear by Ryan Bowers Motorsports – Bowen.Keyser Manufacturing – Thomas.KSE Racing Products – VanderBeek.Maxima Racing Oils – Ramirez.PEM Racing Gears & Drivetrain – Malchus.Penske Racing Shocks – Skyberg.QA1 – J. Gallardo.RacerWebsite.com – Davis.Simpson Performance Products – Ramirez.Spyder High Performance Filters – Mullens.Summit Racing Equipment – Bowen, F. Gallardo, J. Gallardo.Super Clean – Ramirez.Swift Springs – Ramirez, Dunn.Sybesma Graphics – Ingalls.Tire Demon – Jason Sartain.VP Racing Fuels – Ramirez.Wehrs Machine & Racing Products – Fowler.Wilwood Disc Brakes – Duvall.
  23. Haudenschild Spurs World of Outlaws in Dodge City - NOS Energy Drink racer dominates Boot Hill Showdown for fifth victory of 2020 by Jordan DeLucia DODGE CITY, KS – Sept. 12, 2020 – Sheldon Haudenschild held a 7.5-second advantage over second place as he crossed the line with five laps remaining. With the wave of the caution flag just two corners later, that gap was erased. Haudenschild was blistering the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series field Saturday night around Dodge City Raceway Park when a right-rear tire let go on Tim Kaeding’s #7, bringing out the caution and putting a hungry Parker Price-Miller and David Gravel right behind him for the restart. Haudenschild stomped on the throttle out of Turn 4 at the drop of the green and began to pull away from the field once again, displaying that speed on the top side of the track he’d shown all race long. Crossing the finish line with a 1.493-second advantage over Price-Miller, Haudenschild scored his fifth win of the season and earned the $10,000 check on the final night of the Boot Hill Showdown. “We qualified a little bit better tonight, and I can’t [stress] how much that means,” Haudenschild said in his post-race interview on DIRTVision. “Gotta start on the front row of them Heats and get in them Dashes. Even after you do that, you’ve gotta draw good for that Dash.” And draw well he did. Haudenschild pulled the #2 out of the NOS Energy Drink redraw can, setting him up for a runner-up finish in the DIRTVision Fast Pass Dash and a front-row starting spot for the 30-lap NOS Energy Drink Feature. At the drop of the green, Price-Miller jumped out to the early lead and hit the tail of the field inside the first five laps. Maneuvering around the first two lapped cars with ease, Price-Miller then approached the rear of Bill Rose with Haudenschild now right on his bumper. Entering Turn 1 on the cushion, Price-Miller took a look underneath Rose at the exit of Turn 2 but lost some speed in the process, opening the door for the Haudenschild on the top. Haudenschild threaded the needle in between Price-Miller and Rose down the backstretch and sailed into the lead entering Turn 3. “You gotta get through lappers with these guys, and can’t hesitate,” Haudenschild said of his move for the lead in traffic. “Parker was really good, but just one little, not even really mess-up, he just lost his speed there and I was able to go around him.” What followed was a powerful display of speed and swiftness in lapped traffic by the NOS Energy Drink #17, similar to his intensity seen in last year’s Ironman 55. By Lap 14, his advantage was at three seconds. Five laps later, a 4.6-second lead. With 10 laps to go, he was 5.5 seconds ahead. Haudenschild, of Wooster, OH, built-up that big lead right on the top side of the 3/8-mile oval – the preferred groove for many drivers throughout the race. After all, it’s what helped him grab the lead earlier on. “It was just so slick around the bottom, wasn’t much you could do,” Haudenschild said. “Kinda had to get to the top and wait for them to make a mistake and get through the lappers. That’s what decided this race.” Even after the caution flag flew in the closing laps, Haudenschild was still able to open a gap back up before the finish. He stuck it right on the top side and got back to work on the restart, leading the field back around to the checkers for his 12th career World of Outlaws Feature win. Price-Miller held strong inside the top-three all night and brought the Dietz Motorsports #14 home in second. Albeit, he felt he could have been a little smoother with the slower cars. “I feel bad for my guys; I feel like I didn’t do a good enough job in lapped traffic,” Price-Miller said. “I just wasn’t aggressive enough, Sheldon’s really good about being aggressive, being up on the wheel. He just kinda sucked my doors off there.” David Gravel also had a solid night inside the top-three, keeping pace with Price-Miller throughout the Feature while dicing through traffic on the top. He hung with the leaders for the distance, but just wasn’t able to make the passes he needed at the end. “Sheldon was the class of the field tonight,” Gravel said. “In open track, me and Parker could keep up. But once we got in lapped traffic, we just got too tight and wasn’t able to compete with him.” Defending Series champion Brad Sweet, Friday night’s runner-up Logan Schuchart and 10-time World of Outlaws champion Donny Schatz all finished four-five-six, tightening the championship points battle even further with the season winding down. Sweet now leads Schuchart by 10 and Schatz by 80. Haudenschild now sits 104 points behind in fourth. UP NEXT The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Cars next head to Lawton Speedway in Lawton, OK, for the first time since 1985 on Friday, Sept. 18 and will then return to Devil’s Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, TX, for the $20,000-to-win Texas Outlaw Nationals on Saturday, September 19. Tickets for the Sept. 18 race at Lawton Speedway can be purchased by clicking here; tickets to the Sept. 19 event at Devil’s Bowl Speedway are available here. If you can’t make it to the track, you can still watch both races live on DIRTVision. RESULTS NOS Energy Drink Feature (30 Laps) – 1. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild [2][$10,000]; 2. 14-Parker Price-Miller [1][$5,000]; 3. 41-David Gravel [3][$3,000]; 4. 49-Brad Sweet [5][$2,700]; 5. 1S-Logan Schuchart [4][$2,500]; 6. 15-Donny Schatz [8][$2,200]; 7. 41S-Dominic Scelzi [10][$2,000]; 8. 11K-Kraig Kinser [11][$1,800]; 9. 1A-Jacob Allen [6][$1,600]; 10. 2-Carson Macedo [15][$1,450]; 11. 7-Tim Kaeding [7][$1,300]; 12. 83-Daryn Pittman [13][$1,200]; 13. 7S-Jason Sides [12][$1,100]; 14. 11X-John Carney [9][$1,000]; 15. 1X-Jake Bubak [14][$950]; 16. 2C-Wayne Johnson [18][$900]; 17. 9S-Kyle Clark [20][$850]; 18. 27-Tucker Klaasmeyer [17][$750]; 19. 6-Bill Rose [19][$725]; 20. 91-Jeff Stasa [21][$700]; 21. 1J-Danny Jennings [22][$700]; 22. 33M-Mason Daniel [16][$700]; Lap Leader: Parker Price-Miller 1-7, Sheldon Haudenschild 8-30; KSE Hard Charger Award: 2-Carson Macedo[+5]
  24. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. Holds Off Crockett For Casey's Fall Brawl Glory by Bryan Hulbert GREENWOOD, Neb. (September 12, 2020) Landing his fifth victory of the season with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, and first of the year with the Nebraska 360 Sprint Cars, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. topped an intense battle with Roger Crockett for his second career victory in the Casey's General Store Midwest Fall Brawl and Bobby Parker Memorial at I-80 Speedway. Taking off with the race lead through the first four laps, Hafertepe worked the cushion of the four-tenths mile oval while Roger Crockett rode the hub in the Tracker Native Tabaco No. 11. Advancing to the point on Lap 5, Crockett and Hafertepe traded the top spot several times before Roger started to pull away steadily. Pulling to nearly 3.500-seconds on the field before heavy slower traffic came into play, the race stayed green until Lap 21. Restarting with a pair of slower cars between the top two drivers, the lapped traffic did little to stop Hafertepe as the Hills Racing Team No. 15h shot to the lead on Lap 26. Trading lines the following four laps, Crockett reclaimed the point on Lap 30. Only holding through the next revolution, the pair's run to the finish came after a Lap 33 restart. Trading lines again through the final two trips around I-80 Speedway, the last lap saw Crockett with a run to the back straightaway. Carrying that run to the hub as Hafertepe railed the cushion, the final dash to the finish put the two in a dead heat with Hafertepe getting the win by 0.093-seconds. With the event paying out Lap Money, along with other bonuses, Hafertepe's win was worth $5,280. Crockett picked up an extra $1,810 for an overall score of $4,810. Moving through the field from seventh, the final restart allowed Austin McCarl to advance to the final podium step. Using the cushion, and at times the wall, Scott Bogucki rode third until Lap 34 before the No. 99 was able to slip by. The night's Hard Charger, Matt Covington, picked up nine positions and collected an extra $500 from KnoxVegas Campground and $250 from Speedway Motors. Jack Dover was sixth with Dylan Westbrook seventh. Carson McCarl, Terry McCarl, and Blake Hahn completed the top ten. With a field of 41 on hand for the Casey's General Store Midwest Fall Brawl and Bobby Parker Memorial, five SCE Gaskets Heat Race wins went to Jordon Mallett, Dylan Westbrook, Jack Dover, Roger Crockett, and Garet Williamson. Hoosier Tire Qualifiers went to Austin McCarl, Terry McCarl, and Sam Hafertepe, Jr. Cody Ledger and Seth Brahmer topped BMRS B-Features. Point Based Provisionals were used by Chase Randall, Travis Reber. The Nebraska 360's put Rick Cerveny in the show with a Promoter's Provisional used to put Colby Thornhill in the show. The next event for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network is the 10th annual Hockett/McMillin Memorial at Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Mo. The event takes place September 17-19, 2020. Tickets are on sale at http://www.lucasoilspeedway.com For other news, notes, and information on the American Sprint Car Series, from the National Tour to any of the Regional Tours that make up ASCS Nation in 2020, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, on Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS). Race Results: Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV | Nebraska 360s I-80 Speedway (Greenwood, Neb.) Casey's Fall Brawl and Parker Memorial Saturday, September 12, 2020 Car Count: 41 SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Top 30 in Passing Points advance to Qualifiers) Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[2]; 2. 88K-Kyle Offill[1]; 3. 44-Jesse Love[3]; 4. 81-Terry McCarl[5]; 5. 03-Shayle Bade[7]; 6. 77X-Alex Hill[4]; 7. 40-Clint Garner[8]; 8. 11B-Ben Woods[6]; 9. 83A-Austin Miller[9] Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[7]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 3. 17B-Ryan Bickett[1]; 4. 24D-Danny Sams III[2]; 5. 27-Carson McCarl[6]; 6. 83-Lynton Jeffrey[8]; 7. 28X-Rick Cerveny[5]; 8. 1A-John Anderson[4] Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 53-Jack Dover[4]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[8]; 3. 28-Scott Bogucki[5]; 4. 35L-Cody Ledger[6]; 5. 24BH-Joey Danley[2]; 6. 1B-Tyler Drueke[3]; 7. 24N-Nathan Mills[1]; 8. 14T-Trent Roth[7] Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 11-Roger Crockett[3]; 2. 17W-Harli White[1]; 3. 99-Austin McCarl[2]; 4. 21P-Robbie Price[4]; 5. 09-Matt Juhl[6]; 6. 82-Jason Martin[8]; 7. 9-Chase Randall[5]; 8. 1K-Kelby Watt[7] Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 24-Garet Williamson[6]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 3. 23S-Stuart Snyder[4]; 4. 77-John Klabunde[7]; 5. 13V-Seth Brahmer[3]; 6. 8-Devon Borden[8]; 7. 19-Colby Thornhill[2]; 8. 88-Travis Reber[5] Hoosier Tire Qualifiers (Top 16 in combined Heat & Qualifier Passing Points advance to the A-Feature) Qualifier 1 (8 Laps): 1. 99-Austin McCarl[1]; 2. 53-Jack Dover[5]; 3. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[6]; 4. 88K-Kyle Offill[3]; 5. 09-Matt Juhl[8]; 6. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 7. 82-Jason Martin[9]; 8. 03-Shayle Bade[7]; 9. 23S-Stuart Snyder[2]; 10. 24BH-Joey Danley[10] Qualifier 2 (8 Laps): 1. 81-Terry McCarl[1]; 2. 28-Scott Bogucki[4]; 3. 11-Roger Crockett[5]; 4. 17W-Harli White[3]; 5. 35L-Cody Ledger[2]; 6. 24-Garet Williamson[6]; 7. 40-Clint Garner[10]; 8. 24D-Danny Sams III[8]; 9. 21P-Robbie Price[7]; 10. 8-Devon Borden[9] Qualifier 3 (8 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[6]; 2. 17B-Ryan Bickett[1]; 3. 27-Carson McCarl[7]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[3]; 5. 14-Jordon Mallett[5]; 6. 44-Jesse Love[2]; 7. 77-John Klabunde[4]; 8. 13V-Seth Brahmer[9]; 9. 83-Lynton Jeffrey[8]; 10. 77X-Alex Hill[10] BMRS B-Feature (Top 3 from each advance to the A-Feature) B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 35L-Cody Ledger[1]; 2. 40-Clint Garner[3]; 3. 24D-Danny Sams III[4]; 4. 44-Jesse Love[2]; 5. 9-Chase Randall[9]; 6. 83-Lynton Jeffrey[6]; 7. 1B-Tyler Drueke[8]; 8. 23S-Stuart Snyder[5]; 9. 24N-Nathan Mills[11]; 10. 88-Travis Reber[12]; 11. 14T-Trent Roth[10]; 12. 83A-Austin Miller[13]; 13. (DNF) 24BH-Joey Danley[7] Randall docked two spots for passing before the cone.. B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 13V-Seth Brahmer[4]; 2. 82-Jason Martin[2]; 3. 8-Devon Borden[6]; 4. 21P-Robbie Price[5]; 5. 03-Shayle Bade[3]; 6. 77-John Klabunde[1]; 7. 19-Colby Thornhill[8]; 8. 28X-Rick Cerveny[7]; 9. 11B-Ben Woods[9]; 10. 1A-John Anderson[10]; 11. (DNS) 77X-Alex Hill; 12. (DNS) 1K-Kelby Watt Sawblade.com A-Feature A Feature (35 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[1]; 2. 11-Roger Crockett[4]; 3. 99-Austin McCarl[7]; 4. 28-Scott Bogucki[5]; 5. 95-Matt Covington[14]; 6. 53-Jack Dover[3]; 7. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[2]; 8. 27-Carson McCarl[9]; 9. 81-Terry McCarl[8]; 10. 52-Blake Hahn[16]; 11. 35L-Cody Ledger[17]; 12. 24-Garet Williamson[6]; 13. 24D-Danny Sams III[21]; 14. 17W-Harli White[13]; 15. 40-Clint Garner[19]; 16. 14-Jordon Mallett[10]; 17. 19-Colby Thornhill[26]; 18. 9-Chase Randall[23]; 19. 13V-Seth Brahmer[18]; 20. 88-Travis Reber[24]; 21. 17B-Ryan Bickett[11]; 22. 28X-Rick Cerveny[25]; 23. 88K-Kyle Offill[12]; 24. 09-Matt Juhl[15]; 25. 82-Jason Martin[20]; 26. 8-Devon Borden[22] Lap Leader(s): Sam Hafertepe, Jr, 1-4, 26-29, 32-35; Roger Crockett 5-25, 30-31; Hard Charger: Matt Covington +9 High Point Driver: Sam Hafertepe, Jr. Provisional(s): Chase Randall (Points); Travis Reber (Points); Rich Cerveny (Neb. 360); Colby Thornhill (Promoter) 2020 Driver Standings (Top 15): 1. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 1,527; 2. Roger Crockett 1,389; 3. Harli White 1,333; 4. Blake Hahn 1,262; 5. Matt Covington 1,251; 6. Scott Bogucki 1,251; 7. Jordon Mallett 1,195; 8. Dylan Westbrook 1,163; 9. Garet Williamson 1,096; 10. Danny Sams 1,060; 11. Alex Hill 1,031; 12. Chase Randall 994; 13. Ryan Bickett 938; 14. Travis Reber 912; 15. Dominic Scelzi 610; 2020 A-Feature Winner(s): Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 5 (2/29 – Canyon Speedway Park; 6/25 – Caney Valley Speedway; 6/27 – I-30 Speedway; 7/17 – U.S. 36 Raceway; 9/13 – I-80 Speedway); Matt Covington - 1 (2/28 - Canyon Speedway Park); Brad Sweet – 1 (3/6 – Merced Speedway); Andy Forsberg – 1 (3/8 – Petaluma Speedway); Harli White – 1 (7/11 – Riverside International Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (8/6 – Knoxville Raceway); Lynton Jeffrey – 1 (8/7 – Knoxville Raceway); Kerry Madsen – 1 (8/8 – Knoxville Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/9 – Southern Iowa Speedway); 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 Video Broadcast: http://www.racinboys.com Live-Scoring (Where Applicable): MRP Live ASCS National Tour Drivers Online: Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA.): http://www.sethbergmanracing.com Ryan Bickett (Ramona, SD): https://www.facebook.com/rynotrucking 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 Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK): http://www.blakehahnracing.com Alex Hill (Six Nations, Ontario, Can.): https://twitter.com/alexhill77x Thomas Kennedy (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Can.): https://twitter.com/tjkennedy21k Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR): https://www.jordonmallett.com Robbie Price (Cobble Hill, BC, Can.): http://www.bdsmotorsportsllc.com Chase Randall (Waco, TX): https://twitter.com/chaserandall09 Danny Sams III (North Port, Fla.): https://www.samslamtnracing.com Harli White (Lindsay, OK): http://www.harliwhiteracing.net Dylan Westbrook (Scotland, Ont. Can.): https://twitter.com/westbrook47x Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO.): https://twitter.com/garetw3
  25. I get word that Mason Teague was declared the winner after the dust had settled at HMP last night. Jake Kruger on the left, then proud dad, Jim Teague, and the winner, Mason Teague.
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