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  1. Hagerstown, MD (April 17, 2021) – Tim McCreadie became the ninth different winner of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series this season. He made a dramatic last lap pass on Ricky Thornton Jr. to win the Red Nininger Tribute Race on Saturday Night at Hagerstown Speedway. Courtesy of LOLMDS McCreadie crossed the line .424 seconds ahead of Thornton, who suffered the heartbreak of leading 49 of 50 laps only to come up short of his second LOLMDS win of the season. Jonathan Davenport, who started 16th charged the field to finish in third. Gregg Satterlee finished fourth and Tyler Erb rounded out the top five. Thornton grabbed the lead at the start of the race with McCreadie in second. The first 26 laps of the race went caution-free. Just as the leaders were starting to race in heavy traffic, fourth place running Matt Cosner slowed on the frontstretch with smoke billowing out of his car. Late in the race, the lead dwindled for Thornton. McCreadie dove to the inside heading into turn one on the bottom and fired better than Thrornton off of turn two for the pass, for a thrilling victory. In Lucas Oil Victory Lane for the 23rd time in his career, McCreadie also became the 12th different winner in 13 appearances at Hagerstown. “I had nothing to lose on that last lap and rolled the dice to go for the win. I am sure Ricky feels terrible. He probably had a better car and he didn’t have to move that much. I had to spend a lot of the race diving into this corner and that. Another lap and it might have been all three of us reversed and JD might have won.” Thornton finished second in his debut at the half-mile speedplant. “I could hear him [McCreadie] more than anything. I kind of screwed up a little bit, and I got too close to Devin [Moran]. It’s just part of the growing process as a driver. Congrats to Tim! It’s tough to lose on the last lap, but we have got really good equipment. This is a three-year old car that Hudson [O’Neal] drove.” Davenport came into the night on a 2-race win streak but came home in third. “They had a little harder left rear tires on than we did. Once we got rolling there it made me lose at the end. I tried to roll the outside and my tire just got overheated. I probably needed a caution with about ten to go.” The winner’s Donald and Gena Bradsher/Paylor Motorsports Longhorn Chassis is powered by a Cornett Racing Engine and is sponsored by Mega Plumbing of the Carolinas, Bilstein Shocks, New Point Lighting and Design, D&E Marine, Racing for Heroes, and The Aesthetic Haus. Completing the top ten were Josh Richards, Tyler Bare, Chris Ferguson, Kyle Bronson, and Hudson O’Neal. Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Race Summary Nininger Tribute - Saturday, April 17, 2021 - Hagerstown Speedway – Hagerstown, MD Allstar Performance Time Trials Fast Time Group A: Kyle Larson / 17.680 seconds (overall) Fast Time Group B: Shane Clanton / 17.700 seconds Penske Race Shocks Heat Race #1 Finish (8 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): 1. 24-Dylan Yoder[3]; 2. 20-Jimmy Owens[4]; 3. 14-Josh Richards[5]; 4. 22F-Chris Ferguson[2]; 5. 71-Hudson O'Neal[7]; 6. 40B-Kyle Bronson[9]; 7. 1S-Brandon Sheppard[6]; 8. 32-Travis Stickley[10]; 9. 94M-Jason Miller[8]; 10. 112-Brandon Little[11]; 11. (DNS) 6-Kyle Larson Summit Racing Equipment Heat Race #2 Finish (8 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): 1. 22-Gregg Satterlee[2]; 2. 66C-Matt Cosner[1]; 3. 2D-Dan Stone[4]; 4. 43A-Tyler Bare[3]; 5. 2S-Stormy Scott[8]; 6. 4-Gary Stuhler[6]; 7. 7R-Ross Robinson[5]; 8. 48-Colton Flinner[7]; 9. 17-Nick Dickson[9]; 10. 17T-Tim Vance[10] Simpson Race Products Heat Race #3 Finish (8 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): 1. 20RT-Ricky Thornton Jr[2]; 2. 1T-Tyler Erb[3]; 3. 25Z-Mason Zeigler[4]; 4. 25-Shane Clanton[1]; 5. 72-Michael Norris[5]; 6. 72C-Jason Covert[6]; 7. 1-Earl Pearson Jr[9]; 8. 157-Mike Marlar[7]; 9. 1K-Pancho Lawler[8]; 10. (DNS) 0G-Deshawn Gingerich; 11. (DNS) 6J-Jamie Lathroum Ohlins Shocks Heat Race #4 Finish (8 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): 1. 39-Tim McCreadie[2]; 2. 0E-Rick Eckert[6]; 3. 0H-Dale Hollidge[1]; 4. 49-Jonathan Davenport[3]; 5. 9-Devin Moran[7]; 6. 10-Jared Miley[8]; 7. 41-Justin Weaver[9]; 8. 20F-Trever Feathers[5]; 9. 4S-Danny Snyder[10]; 10. 32J-Shaun Jones[4] LINE-X B-Main #1 Running Order (8 Laps to go Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 2S-Stormy Scott[2]; 2. 71-Hudson O'Neal[1]; 3. 40B-Kyle Bronson[3]; 4. 4-Gary Stuhler[4]; 5. 48-Colton Flinner[8]; 6. 1S-Brandon Sheppard[5]; 7. 7R-Ross Robinson[6]; 8. 32-Travis Stickley[7]; 9. 17-Nick Dickson[10]; 10. 17T-Tim Vance[12]; 11. 112-Brandon Little[11]; 12. 94M-Jason Miller[9]; 13. (DNS) 6-Kyle Larson UNOH B-Main #2 Line Up (10 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 9-Devin Moran[2]; 2. 72-Michael Norris[1]; 3. 72C-Jason Covert[3]; 4. 10-Jared Miley[4]; 5. 1-Earl Pearson Jr[5]; 6. 157-Mike Marlar[7]; 7. 20F-Trever Feathers[8]; 8. 1K-Pancho Lawler[9]; 9. 4S-Danny Snyder[10]; 10. 41-Justin Weaver[6]; 11. (DNS) 0G-Deshawn Gingerich; 12. (DNS) 32J-Shaun Jones; 13. (DNS) 6J-Jamie Lathroum Lucas Oil Feature Finish (50 Laps): Race Statistics Entrants: 42 Lap Leaders: Ricky Thornton Jr. (Laps 1 – 49); Tim McCreadie (Lap 50) Wrisco Feature Winner: Hudson O’Neal Arizona Sport Shirts CJC – Presented by DirtOnDirt Feature Winner: n/a Brandon Ford TV Challenge Feature Winner: n/a Margin of Victory: 0.424 seconds Stop Tech Brakes Cautions: Matt Cosner (Lap 26) Series Provisionals: Brandon Sheppard, Mike Marlar Fast Time Provisional: n/a Series Emergency Provisionals: Earl Pearson Jr. Track Provisionals: Gary Stuhler Big River Steel Podium Top 3: Tim McCreadie, Ricky Thornton Jr, Jonathan Davenport Penske Shocks Top 5: Tim McCreadie, Ricky Thornton Jr, Jonathan Davenport, Gregg Satterlee, Tyler Erb Optima Batteries Hard Charger of the Race: Jonathan Davenport (Advanced 13 Positions) Midwest Sheet Metal Spoiler Challenge Point Leader: Hudson O’Neal Hot Rod Processing Most Laps Led: Ricky Thornton Jr. (49 Laps) Sunoco Race for Gas Highest Finisher: Tyler Erb Eibach Springs Rookie of the Race: n/a Dirty Girl Racewear Fastest Lap of the Race: Ricky Thornton Jr. (Lap #18.636 – seconds) Fast Shafts Tough Break of the Race: Matt Cosner Outerwears Crew Chief of the Race: Philip Snellen (Tim McCreadie) ARP Engine Builder of the Race: Cornett Racing Engines Miller Welders Chassis Builder of the Race: Longhorn Chassis Dirt Draft Fastest in Hot Laps: Mike Marlar (17.955 seconds) Time of Race: 23 minutes 23 seconds Lucas Oil Point Standings:
  2. Blake Hahn Returns To Lucas Oil ASCS Victory Lane At Park Jefferson International Speedway Bryan Hulbert – JEFFERSON, S.D. (April 17, 2021) Mastering a very technical racing surface Saturday night, Blake Hahn was untouchable at Park Jefferson International Speedway with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network. Undefeated with the National Tour at the South Dakota oval, the tour’s only other visit in 2016 went the way of Hahn. Courtesy of ASCS PR “Dalton and my Dad had this car rolling tonight. We’ve been trying some different things at these Regional shows, and it’s got us to where we can start fine-tuning the car,” stated Hahn. “The track was really technical. I thought it was going to be around the top all the way, and that’s where Matt got me on the start. Once I moved down in one and two, it just took off.” Blake’s 229th SawBlade.com A-Feature start with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, the win is his 10th overall since 2015. Chasing Matt Covington through two attempts at the start, the Sage Fruit, Co. No. 52 worked low off the second turn for the lead on the second revolution. Pulling away from the field, cautions on Lap 9 for John Klabunde and Lap 12 for Roger Crocket did little to provide a shot for Covington, who was fighting his T&L Foundry No. 95 in every corner after the power steering failed just before the race’s mid-point. In traffic the final five laps, Covington made up some time, but not enough as Hahn made it to the checkered flag with 3.766-seconds to spare. Matt Covington was able to hold on for second with J.J. Hickle on the podium for the third race in a row. Washington’s Seth Bergman moved from seventh to fourth with Scott Bogucki crossing fifth. Making moves on the Lap 12 restart after falling back early, Dylan Westbrook made it back to sixth with Ryan Bickett seventh. Devon Borden, Ryan Timms, and Alex Hill completed the top ten. A field of 21 drivers was on hand at Park Jefferson International Speedway. A trio of SCE Gaskets Heat Race wins went to J.J. Hickle, Matt Covington, and Blake Hahn. All drivers in attendance advanced to the SawBlade.com A-Feature. The next event for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network is Friday, April 23 at U.S. 36 Raceway in Osborn, Mo. The 2021 season is the 30th year of competition for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network. For the first time, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with Racinboys.com and FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. Racinboys.com is $29.99 per month. 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 2021, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, on Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS). Race Results: Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour Park Jefferson Int. Speedway (Jefferson, SD) Saturday, April 17, 2021 Car Count: 21 SCE Gaskets Heat Races (All cars advance to the A-Feature) Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 63-JJ Hickle[2]; 2. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[6]; 3. 17B-Ryan Bickett[4]; 4. 28-Scott Bogucki[7]; 5. 86-Elliot Amdahl[3]; 6. 11-Roger Crockett[5]; 7. 88-Travis Reber[1] Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 2. 8-Devon Borden[1]; 3. 45-Monty Ferriera[4]; 4. 77X-Alex Hill[3]; 5. 24-Garet Williamson[5]; 6. 35L-Cody Ledger[6]; 7. (DNS) 48-Taylor Forbes Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 2. 23-Seth Bergman[1]; 3. 5T-Ryan Timms[3]; 4. 19-Colby Thornhill[2]; 5. 77-John Klabunde[5]; 6. 7K-Mike Kay[7]; 7. 2-Dylan Opdahl[6] Sawblade.com A-Feature A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[2]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 3. 63-JJ Hickle[4]; 4. 23-Seth Bergman[7]; 5. 28-Scott Bogucki[6]; 6. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[3]; 7. 17B-Ryan Bickett[8]; 8. 8-Devon Borden[5]; 9. 5T-Ryan Timms[10]; 10. 77X-Alex Hill[11]; 11. 45-Monty Ferriera[9]; 12. 19-Colby Thornhill[12]; 13. 86-Elliot Amdahl[16]; 14. 88-Travis Reber[18]; 15. 7K-Mike Kay[15]; 16. (DNF) 2-Dylan Opdahl[19]; 17. (DNF) 11-Roger Crockett[17]; 18. (DNF) 77-John Klabunde[14]; 19. (DNF) 24-Garet Williamson[13]; 20. (DNS) 35L-Cody Ledger; 21. (DNS) 48-Taylor Forbes Lap Leader(s): Matt Covington 1; Blake Hahn 2-25 Hard Charger: Travis Reber +4 High Point Driver: Blake Hahn Provisional(s): N/A 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 Broadcast: FloRacing.com and Racinboys.com Live-Scoring (Where Applicable): MRP Live 2021 Driver Standings (Top 15): 1. JJ Hickle 435; 2. Blake Hahn 404; 3. Matt Covington 397; 4. Scott Bogucki 380; 5. Seth Bergman 378; 6. Dylan Westbrook 360; 7. Roger Crockett 350; 8. Ryan Bickett 327; 9. Devon Borden 316; 10. Colby Thornhill 312; 11. Garet Williamson 292; 12. Chase Randall 244; 13. Alex Hill 240; 14. Travis Reber 232; 15. Jake Bubak 229; 2021 A-Feature Winner(s): JJ Hickle – 2 (3/19 – Devil’s Bowl Speedway; 3/20 – Devil’s Bowl Speedway); Blake Hahn – 1 (4/17 – Park Jefferson Speedway); 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 Devon Borden (Raymond, WA): https://www.facebook.com/DevonBordenRacing 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 JJ Hickle (Quilcene, WA): https://www.facebook.com/JJHickleRacing Alex Hill (Six Nations, Ontario, Can.): https://twitter.com/alexhill77x Travis Reber (Rapid City, SD): https://bit.ly/2P3Ok2r Colby Thornhill (Enumclaw, WA): https://www.facebook.com/colby.thornhill.92 Dylan Westbrook (Scotland, Ont. Can.): https://twitter.com/westbrook47x Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO.): https://twitter.com/garetw3
  3. IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National Point Standings through April 15 IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Cars – 1. Marcus Thomas, Corsicana, Texas, 344; 2. Colby Stubblefield, Seago­ville, Texas, 225; 3. Chris Kelly, Oklahoma City, Okla., 211; 4. Austin Saunders, Haslet, Texas, 206; 5. Chase Brewer, Waxahachie, Texas, 195; 6. Ryan Delisle, Fresno, Calif., 194; 7. Austin Mundie, Crandall, Texas, 191; 8. Ryan Rocha, Hanford, Calif., 182; 9. Alison Slaton, Edmond, Okla., 170; 10. Joe Bob Lee, Cache, Okla., 167; 11. Richard Weddle, Visalia, Calif., 165; 12. Ken Duke, Winfield, Pa., 161; 13. Chad Wilson, North Richland Hills, Texas, 159; 14. Tyler Gray, Templeton, Calif., 157; 15. Lane Taylor, McKenna, Wash., and Jeff Emerson, Millsap, Texas, both 152; 17. Justin Clark, Hamersville, Ohio, and Domenic Melair, Warrington, Pa., both 150; 19. Kevin Ramey, Fort Worth, Texas, and Tyler Drueke, Eagle, Neb., both 147. KMJ Performance State Standings California – 1. Ryan Delisle, Fresno, Calif., 194; 2. Ryan Rocha, Hanford, Calif., 182; 3. Richard Weddle, Visalia, Calif., 165; 4. Tyler Gray, Templeton, Calif., 157; 5. Lane Taylor, McKenna, Washington, 152; 6. Brandon Stidham, Kerman, Calif., 134; 7. Kevin Barnes, Fresno, Calif., 132; 8. Philip Heynen, Visalia, Calif., 131; 9. Brandon Emmett, Caruthers, Calif., 122; 10. Brooklyn Holland, Kerman, Calif., 116. Louisiana – 1. Christopher Townsend, Cleveland, Texas, 39; 2. Dustyn Welch, Bryan, Texas, 37; 3. Trey Schmidt, Conroe, Texas, 36; 4. Daniel King, Conroe, Texas, 34; 5. Kent Lewis Sr., Willis, Texas, 33; 6. Rod Craddock, Alvin, Texas, 29; 7. Randy Noble, Spring, Texas, 28; 8. Austin Smith, Tatum, Texas, 27. New Jersey – 1. Kevin Nagy, Wind Gap, Pa., 40; 2. David Brown, Aston, Pa., 39; 3. Domenic Melair, Warrington, Pa., 38; 4. Rory Janney, Estell Manor, N.J., 37; 5. Bryant Davis, Norwood, Pa., 36; 6. Larry McVay, Bordentown, N.J., 35; 7. Zackery Bealer, Lehighton, Pa., 34; 8. Cody West, Boyertown, Pa., 33; 9. Jon Brennfleck, Ewing, N.J., 32; 10. Edward Wagner III, Newfield, N.J., 31. North Carolina – 1. Justin Clark, Hamersville, Ohio, 78; 2. Sean Vardell, Taylorsville, N.C., and Jeff Oliver, Pendergrass, Ga., both 75; 4. Alysha Bay, Canandaigua, N.Y.,, and Brandon McLain, Indian Trail, N.C., both 68; 6. Jeremy Kornbau, Hermitage, Pa., 67; 7. Jeffrey Weaver, Lock Haven, Pa., 66; 8. John Walp, Wapwallopen, Pa., 61; 9. Daniel Oliver, Pendergrass, Ga., 60; 10. Darryl Ruggles, Canandaigua, N.Y., 58. Oklahoma – 1. Alison Slaton, Edmond, Okla., 170; 2. Joe Bob Lee, Cache, Okla., 167; 3. Chris Kelly, Oklahoma City, Okla., 143; 4. Jeremy Allen, Blanchard, Okla., 103; 5. Brady Courtney, Carnegie, Okla., 100; 6. Morgan Fletcher, Lawton, Okla., 98; 7. Duane Baker, Chickasha, Okla., 85; 8. Jett Hays, New Fair­view, Texas, 80; 9. Derrick Gentilly, Carnegie, Okla., 76; 10. Tanner Conn, Oklahoma City, Okla., 75. Pennsylvania – 1. Mikell McGee, Doylesburg, Pa., 113; 2. Domenic Melair, Warrington, Pa., 112; 3. Doug­las Dodson, Middletown, Pa., 109; 4. Ken Duke, Winfield, Pa., 107; 5. Larry McVay, Bordentown, N.J., 105; 6. Devin Adams, Lebanon, Pa., 104; 7. Christian Rumsey, Slate Hill, N.Y., 99; 8. Mike Melair, Warrington, Pa., 98; 9. Garrett Bard, Wells Tannery, Pa., 95; 10. David Grube, York Haven, Pa., 92. Texas – 1. Marcus Thomas, Corsicana, Texas, 344; 2. Colby Stubblefield, Seagoville, Texas, 225; 3. Chase Brewer, Waxahachie, Texas, 195; 4. Austin Mundie, Crandall, Texas, 191; 5. Chad Wilson, North Richland Hills, Texas, 159; 6. Jeff Emerson, Millsap, Texas, 152; 7. Kevin Ramey, Fort Worth, Texas, 147; 8. Austin Saunders, Haslet, Texas, 143; 9. Joseph Kasper, Rowlett, Texas, 139; 10. Logan Scherb, Decatur, Texas, and Heath Nestrick, Caddo Mills, Texas, both 137. Virginia – 1. Michael Keeton Jr., Doswell, Va., 39; 2. Jerald Harris, Dayton, Va., 38; 3. Bill Rice, Schuyler, Va., 37; 4. Matthew Mullins, Newport News, Va., 36; 5. Caleb Harris, Harrisonburg, Va., 35; 6. French H. Grimes, Madison, Va., 34; 7. Mike Leraas, Kernersville, N.C., 32; 8. Chris Ware, Williamsburg, Va., 31.
  4. IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National Point Standings through April 14 IMCA Modifieds – 1. Chaz Baca, Mesa, Ariz., 900; 2. Ethan Dotson, Bakersfield, Calif., 604; 3. Bricen James, Albany, Ore., 563; 4. Tanner Black, Otis, Kan., 557; 5. Kollin Hibdon, Pahrump, Nev., 529; 6. Tim Ward, Chandler, Ariz., 520; 7. William Miller, Yuma, Ariz., 482; 8. Cody Laney, Torrance, Calif., 452; 9. Casey Arneson, Fargo, N.D., 435; 10. Chris Morris, Taylor, Texas, 407; 11. Kellen Chadwick, Oakley, Calif., 402; 12. Jerry Flippo, Bakersfield, Calif., 378; 13. Kelsie Foley, Tucson, Ariz., and Grey Ferrando, Stayton, Ore., both 371; 15. Russell Allen, Brawley, Calif., 370; 16. Kelly Johnson, Peoria, Ariz., 359; 17. Michael Thing Jr., Campo, Calif., 347; 18. Jon White, Red Oak, Texas, 331; 19. Chad Stevens, Gilbert, Ariz., 327; 20. Ryan Roath, Peoria, Ariz., 325. IMCA Sunoco Late Models – 1. Kyle Prauner, Norfolk, Neb., 75; 2. Ben Sukup, Norfolk, Neb., 67; 3. Alex Banks, Newman Grove, Neb., 63; 4. Devin Johnson, Bloomfield, Neb., and Lester Siebert, York, Neb., both 40; 6. Jason Humphrey, Giltner, Neb., 39; 7. Robert Osborne, Norfolk, Neb., and Travis Dickes, Madison, Neb., both 38; 9. Chase Osborne, Norfolk, Neb., 37; 10. Matt Haase, Winside, Neb., 35; 11. Eric Vanosdall, Hoskins, Neb., and Todd Buller, Henderson, Neb., both 34; 13. Curtis Glover, Runnells, Iowa, and Denton Duncan, Ravenna, Neb., both 33; 15. Nelson Vollbrecht, Stanton, Neb., and Jacob Kubicka, Juniata, Neb., both 32; 17. Jon Haase, Plainview, Neb., and Andrew Tilley, Council Bluffs, Iowa, both 31; 19. Jim Johnson, Plainview, Neb., 29; 20. Brock Carlson, Winside, Neb., 27. IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Cars – 1. Marcus Thomas, Corsicana, Texas, 344; 2. Colby Stubblefield, Seagoville, Texas, 225; 3. Chris Kelly, Oklahoma City, Okla., 211; 4. Austin Saunders, Haslet, Texas, 206; 5. Chase Brewer, Waxahachie, Texas, 195; 6. Ryan Delisle, Fresno, Calif., 194; 7. Austin Mundie, Crandall, Texas, 191; 8. Ryan Rocha, Hanford, Calif., 182; 9. Alison Slaton, Edmond, Okla., 170; 10. Joe Bob Lee, Cache, Okla., 167; 11. Richard Weddle, Visalia, Calif., 165; 12. Ken Duke, Winfield, Pa., 161; 13. Chad Wilson, North Richland Hills, Texas, 159; 14. Tyler Gray, Templeton, Calif., 157; 15. Lane Taylor, McKenna, Wash., and Jeff Emerson, Millsap, Texas, both 152; 17. Justin Clark, Hamersville, Ohio, and Domenic Melair, Warrington, Pa., both 150; 19. Kevin Ramey, Fort Worth, Texas, and Tyler Drueke, Eagle, Neb., both 147. IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars – 1. Aaron Spangler, Dove Creek, Colo., 773; 2. D.J. Werkmeister, Mesa, Ariz., 675; 3. Larry Brigner, Apache Junction, Ariz., 527; 4. A.J. Dancer, Red Rock, Texas, 481; 5. Scott Sluka, Casa Grande, Ariz., 444; 6. Zachary Madrid, Phoenix, Ariz., 424; 7. Joe O'Bryan, Taylor, Texas, 398; 8. Tony Hill, Cortez, Colo., 391; 9. Andrew Burg, Maricopa, Ariz., 382; 10. Bo Partain, Casa Grande, Ariz., 379; 11. George Fronsman, Surprise, Ariz., 374; 12. Jason Batt, Harker Heights, Texas, 373; 13. Bubba Stafford Jr., Wittmann, Ariz., 325; 14. Jeffrey Abbey, Belton, Texas, 324; 15. Jeffrey Carpenter, Florence, Ariz., 321; 16. Nicholas Johnson, Bakersfield, Calif., 317; 17. Thomas Hall Jr., Bellmead, Texas, 311; 18. Erik Miles, Ft. Worth, Texas, and Hunter Cavanagh, Mesa, Ariz., both 307; 20. Kyle Heckman, Bakersfield, Calif., 305. IMCA STARS Mod Lites – 1. Kaden Cochrun, Bakersfield, Calif., 373; 2. J.D. Brown, Bakersfield, Calif., 302; 3. Collin Bender, Mesa, Ariz., 259; 4. Michael Phay, Buckeye, Ariz., 234; 5. Sean Conyers, Phoenix, Ariz., 228; 6. Dawson Fisher, Hearne, Texas, 227; 7. Steve Bender, Chandler, Ariz., 216; 8. Richard Kemp, Phoenix, Ariz., 211; 9. A.J. Whisler, Anthem, Ariz., and Brandi Myers, Mesa, Ariz., both 208; 11. Jerry LeCompte, Cleveland, Texas, 200; 12. Dylan Dunn, Beverly Hills, Fla., 199; 13. Louis Harris, Norfork, Ark., 190; 14. Chris Lloyd, Apache Junction, Ariz., 184; 15. Gary DeWitt, Mesa, Ariz., 180; 16. Codey Benoit, Fort Myers, Fla,. 179; 17. Larry Hubbard Jr., Cape Coral, Fla., 177; 18. Jeremy Buxton, Lumberton, Texas, 176; 19. Bryan McCauley, Casa Grande, Ariz., 174; 20. Aubrey Taylor, Splendora, Texas, 167. IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks – 1. Steve Bitting, Phoenix, Ariz., 654; 2. Chandler Dodge, Casa Grande, Ariz., 604; 3. Joshua Cordova, Yuma, Ariz., 539; 4. Joe Peterson, Chandler, Ariz., 497; 5. Scott Tenney, Yuma, Ariz., 475; 6. Brycen Daffern, Brawley, Calif., 419; 7. Charles McDaniel, Phoenix, Ariz., 377; 8. Brian Johnson, Yuma, Ariz., 359; 9. James Robinson, Yuma, Ariz., 313; 10. Zack Tate, Coolidge, Ariz., 306; 11. Jason Duggins, Farmington, N.M., 305; 12. Shawn Rico, Yuma, Ariz., 268; 13. Matt Olson, Morton, Minn., 263; 14. Pete Terwilleger, Moab, Utah, 258; 15. Brandon Bombardo, Lonsdale, Minn., 257; 16. Andrew Pearce, Meadow, Utah, 243; 17. Jared Wilson, Phoenix, Ariz., 238; 18. Mark Merlen, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 235; 19. Ron Roe, Phoenix, Ariz., 232; 20. Johnny Madrid, Peoria, Ariz., 222. Smiley's Racing Products Southern SportMods – 1. Damon Hammond, Burleson, Texas, 375; 2. Jerrett Bransom, Burleson, Texas, 364; 3. Matthew Day, Farmersville, Texas, 340; 4. G.W. Egbert IV, Belton, Texas, 321; 5. James Hanusch, Belton, Texas, 310; 6. Chad Heath, Lamesa, Texas, 293; 7. Taylor Florio, Copperas Cove, Texas, 283; 8. Jason Hubbert, Belton, Texas, and Billy Gould Jr., Kingwood, Texas, both 273; 10. Dan Day, Farmersville, Texas, 263; 11. Jake Upchurch, Red Oak, Texas, and Gary Fox, Fort Worth, Texas, both 233; 13. Kyle Wilkins, Italy, Texas, 215; 14. Donald Owens, Azle, Texas, 210; 15. Jeff Hauser, Alvarado, Texas, 209; 16. William "Pat" McGuire, Belton, Texas, 201; 17. Zack Oliva, Moore, Okla., 193; 18. Kaleb Emerson, Millsap, Texas, 192; 19. Brandon Geurin, Robinson, Texas, 191; 20. James Skinner, Burleson, Texas, 189. Karl Kustoms Northern SportMods – 1. Bo Partain, Casa Grande, Ariz., 888; 2. Fred Ryland, Brentwood, Calif., 626; 3. Chris Toth, Holtville, Calif., 602; 4. Camron Spangler, Dove Creek, Colo., 585; 5. Clay Erickson, Glendale, Ariz., 486; 6. Miles Morris, Yuma, Ariz., 465; 7. Chase Alves, Casa Grande, Ariz., 443; 8. Ty Rogers, Yuma, Ariz., 426; 9. Joseph Jock, Mesa, Ariz., 388; 10. Cam Reimers, Kelley, Iowa, 379; 11. Justin Erickson, Glendale, Ariz., 353; 12. Erik Laudenschlager, Minot, N.D., 349; 13. Jimmy Davy, Yuma, Ariz., 343; 14. David Pitt, Rock Springs, Wy., 340; 15. Troy Householder, Reliance, Wy., 339; 16. Brian Bullis Jr., Anthem, Ariz., 337; 17. Ron Schreiner, Tucson, Ariz., 328; 18. Bryan Miller, Phoenix, Ariz., 316; 19. Mark Madrid, Laveen, Ariz., 312; 20. Michael Wells, Pahrump, Nev., 298. Mach-1 Sport Compacts – 1. Steve Riojas, Waxahachie, Texas, 295; 2. Frank Lackey, Joshua, Texas, 281; 3. Sean Leasure, Mansfield, Texas, and Michael Trammell II, Decatur, Texas, both 271; 5. Keagan Haralson, Lubbock, Texas, 250; 6. Thomas Bedrick, Abilene, Texas, 221; 7. Mark Earl, Burleson, Texas, 196; 8. Ryan Brooks, Yuma, Ariz., 186; 9. David Hunt, Lakeside, Calif., 183; 10. William Creese, Springtown, Texas, 182; 11. Brandon Underwood, Burleson, Texas, 180; 12. Harold Clifton, Stephenville, Texas, 172; 13. Josh Werkmeister, Apache Junction, Ariz., 171; 14. Enzo Deckers, Yuma, Ariz., and James Morehead, Joshua, Texas, both 166; 16. Billy Ayres Jr., Glendale, Ariz., and Jesse James, Yuma, Ariz., both 159; 18. Darren Sage, Yuma, Ariz., and Jayden Taylor, Imperial, Calif., both 156; 20. Cody Smith, Fort Worth, Texas, 153. Junior National Champion – 1. Chandler Dodge, Casa Grande, Ariz., 604; 2. Kollin Hibdon, Pahrump, Nev., 529; 3. Kaden Cochrun, Bakersfield, Calif., 373; 4. Jerrett Bransom, Burleson, Texas, 364; 5. Justin Erickson, Glendale, Ariz., 353; 6. Michael Thing Jr., Campo, Calif., 347; 7. Matthew Day, Farmersville, Texas, 340; 8. Thomas Hall Jr., Bellmead, Texas, 311; 9. J.D. Brown, Bakersfield, Calif., 302; 10. Jake Pike, Pahrump, Nev., 285; 11. Michael Trammell II, Decatur, Texas, and Sean Leasure, Mansfield, Texas, both 271; 13. Blake Clark, Joshua, Texas, 269; 14. Luke Silber, Laveen, Ariz., 264; 15. Keagan Haralson, Lubbock, Texas, 250; 16. Tyler Bannister, Bakersfield, Calif., 249; 17. Jack Bransom, Burleson, Texas, 218; 18. Dallon Murty, Chelsea, Iowa, 214; 19. Abby Meulebroeck, Gilbert, Ariz., 212; 20. Austin Saunders, Haslet, Texas, 206. Lady Eagle – 1. Kelsie Foley, Tucson, Ariz., 371; 2. Taylor Florio, Copperas Cove, Texas, 283; 3. Taylor Kuehl, Cave Creek, Ariz., 243; 4. Brenda Kirby, New River, Ariz., 229; 5. Abby Meulebroeck, Gilbert, Ariz., 212; 6. Brandi Myers, Mesa, Ariz., 208; 7. Allison Morris, Taylor, Texas, 193; 8. Marie Curtis, Winnemucca, Nev., 192; 9. Ryan Brooks, Yuma, Ariz., 186; 10. Alison Slaton, Edmond, Okla., 170; 11. Haylee Little, Pahrump, Nev., 162; 12. Alyssa Smith, Norco, Calif., 152; 13. Hannah Miller, Desert Hills, Ariz., 141; 14. Stephanie Spangler, Dove Creek, Colo., 131; 15. Kaitlyn Sample, Winnemucca, Nev., and Miranda Scott, Bakersfield, Calif., both 130; 17. Morghan Johnson, Fayetteville, N.C., 125; 18. Nicole Torres, Burleson, Texas, and Brooklyn Holland, Kerman, Calif., both 116; 20. Candi Varney, Bakersfield, Calif., 113.
  5. POSTPONED: Saturday's Texas Outlaw Nationals at Devil's Bowl will be Rescheduled - Up Next is Highly-Anticipated Bristol Throwdown on April 22-24 MESQUITE, TX - April 16, 2021 - Saturday's originally scheduled World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series event at Devil's Bowl Speedwayhas been postponed. The Series is eying rescheduled dates for both Lawton and Devil's Bowl later in the season. More than two inches of rain have left the Mesquite, TX facility overwhelmed with saturated grounds, forcing an early cancellation. Those who have already purchased tickets to Saturday's show at Devil's Bowl can use those tickets for the rescheduled date. Once the new date is announced, those unable to make it to the rescheduled date will have the opportunity to request a refund. The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series now heads to Bristol Motor Speedway next Thursday-Saturday, April 22-24. The Bristol Throwdown will end a 20-year absence at The Last Great Colosseum, and it concludes with a high-speed, high-intensity $25,00o-to-win finale.
  6. AM Racing | NASCAR Camping World Truck Series - Richmond (Va.) Raceway | ToyotaCare 250 - No. 22 AM Racing Team - Driver: Austin Wayne Self - Primary Partner(s): GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions - Manufacturer: Chevrolet Silverado - Crew Chief: Ryan Salomon - 2021 Driver Points Position: 10th | 2021 Owner Points Position: 11th - Chassis Intel: AMR Chassis No. 117; previously raced at Martinsville on October 30, 2020 (Start: 13th | Finish: Ninth) - Engine: Ilmor Racing Technologies Notes of Interest: Back To Familiar Territory: In his fifth full-time season of Truck Series competition, Self returns to Richmond (Va.) Raceway looking to improve on his track-best 14th place run at the 0.875-mile short track in September 2020. Saturday’s ToyotaCare 250 will be Self’s second start at Richmond. Austin Wayne Self Truck Series Short Track Stats: At NASCAR Camping World Truck Series tracks classified as a short track, Self has made 16 starts throughout his career with one top-10 finish (Martinsville 2020) while also carrying an average finishing position of 19.4. Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway | Pinty’s Dirt Truck Race Recap: In the most recent NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at the highly anticipated Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway, Austin Wayne Self made his 112th NCWTS start. After Mother Nature canceled the heat races, Self-started the race 17th but showcased his dirt track skills to move forward throughout the 150-lap race to finish 10th and claim his first top-10 finish of the 2021 Truck Series season. The performance was also the second top-10 for the Austin, Texas native on the dirt. In 2016, he netted his first career top-10 finish on the dirt at Eldora Speedway finishing ninth. Overall, it was his 10th career top-10 finish. To The Point(s): Entering Richmond, Self sits 10th in the championship standings, a gain of four spots since Bristol. Just 47 points separate Self from fifth in the championship standings currently held by Stewart Friesen with 17 races remaining this season. AM Racing also secures 11th in the NCWTS owner standings. Calling the Shots: Ryan Salomon will continue to lead Austin Wayne Self and the AM Racing team this weekend at Richmond. This weekend marks his ninth race as crew chief for Self and in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. During his tenure, he guided Self to an average finish of 15.3 during the 2020 and 2021 seasons respectively. Career Rundown: Since 2016, Self has competed in 112 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races, delivering two top-five and 10 top-10 finishes. He finished a career-best 12th in the championship standings in 2018. Spanning six years of Truck Series competition, he maintains an average finish of 18.5. Austin Wayne Self Pre-Race Quotes: On Richmond Raceway: “I feel really good about going to Richmond this weekend, especially with the momentum our AM Racing team is carrying right now. Ryan and the AM Racing guys are doing a tremendous job and bringing fast No. 22 GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet Silverados to the track and I think we can contend for our second straight top-10 finish on Saturday afternoon. Richmond is about track position and tire management. Being able to start inside the top-10 is going to help our position on the track, but we just need to make sure the balance is drivable and be as conservative as we can until its go time in Stage 3.” On Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway Dirt Finish: “I had an absolute blast at Bristol with our No. 22 GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet Silverado. The track continued to change throughout the race – but luckily we adapted as best as we could and we still had a fast truck. I was bound and determined to bring the guys and our partners home a top-10 and that’s exactly what we accomplished. It was a great confidence booster for our team.” On 2021 Season After Five Races: “Honestly, I think we have proven a lot as a race team in 2021 but there is still more work to be done. Our trucks have been fast, but the series is extremely competitive this season. We just need to stay focused and come to the track worried about the performance of our No. 22 GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet and hope everything else will work out for itself.” Race Information: The ToyotaCare 250 (250 laps | 187.5 miles) is the sixth of 22 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races on the 2021 schedule. The 40-truck field will take the green flag on Sat., Apr. 17, 2021 shortly after 1:30 p.m. ET with live coverage on FOX Sports 1, the Motor Racing Network (Radio) and SiriusXM Satellite Radio NASCAR Channel 90. Follow on Social Media: For more on Austin Wayne Self, please visit awsracing.com, like his Facebook page (Austin Wayne Self) or follow him on Twitter @AustinWSelf. About AM Racing: AM Racing is a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) team headquartered in Statesville, N.C. Established in December 2015, AM Racing is prided on faith, honesty and intelligent performance. The team has named Austin Wayne Self as its driver for the 2021 season. For more on AM Racing, please visit AMRacingteam.com, like their Facebook page (AM Racing) or follow them on Twitter @AMRacingNASCAR.
  7. CBS Sport Compact Race April 10

    Reminds me of some of the battles that Janette and James Huff engaged in at HMP a few years back.
  8. Well a storm pushed through last night and flooded the facility so we are forced to cancel this weekend event! We will see everyone on May1st! Have a safe weekend where ever your travels take you!
  9. UPDATE: GUNSLINGER FACTORY STOCKS This Saturday’s race (4/17) is turning into a REAL SHOOTOUT! This race now could pay up to $1,700+ to win! Additionally, There will be out of car introductions for factory Stock feature. (Line up on front straight, this is when the redraw for starting position will happen) Here is the breakdown as it stands: 1st Place: CBS Normal Purse $400 + GUNSLINGER SPONSORSHIP $200, (PLUS AMMO) + Allen Alexander Sponsorship $300 + Cody Tesch Sponsorship $200 Min Payout: 1st $1,100, 2nd $200, 3rd $100, 4th $75, 5th $70, 6th $65, 7th – 24th $60 Additional Bonus $: Leader per lap: $20 Total up for grabs $500 *Lap Sponsors below + 10th Place per lap $10, Excludes Lap 10 that lap is $100 from Harken Hardwood Floors + Hard Charger: $100 from Charles Olen Ehrhardt + $400 added from 8th to 24th from Brungot Farms + Five Mystery Envelopes (Random Draw 1st – 24th) Lap Sponsors listed below $20 for each lap lead. LAP 1 Texana Raceway Park LAP 2 Curt Poulton LAP 3 Nathan Lavender LAP 4 Rodney Rodriguez LAP 5 Loosewheel Racing LAP 6 Kelli Mitchell LAP 7 Lari Burson LAP 8 Tim Homeyer LAP 9 Brad Hunt LAP 10 Browning Auto Parts LAP 11 Hammack Fabrication LAP 12 Terry Mutchler Zeimetz LAP 13 Crystal Lucero LAP 14 Houghton Bradley Naumann LAP 15 Scot Mitchell LAP 16 Crystal Lucero LAP 17 Three17Awards LAP 18 Tim Homeyer LAP 19 Taylor Stewart LAP 20 Browning Auto Parts LAP 21 Tracy Tschoerner Hendrix LAP 22 J&S Racing LAP 23 Brady Ricks LAP 24 Euphoria Salon and Spa! LAP 25 Cody Andrew Alexander
  10. Cory Roper – No. 04 Preferred Industrial Contractors- Carquest Auto Parts Ford F-150 Preview Toyota Care 250 at Richmond Raceway No. 04 Preferred Industrial Contractors- CarQuest Auto Parts News and Notes · Short Track Racing at Richmond: Cory Roper will make his first Camping World Truck Series start at Richmond Raceway in the No. 04 Preferred Industrial Contractors- CarQuest Auto Parts Ford F-150 for Roper Racing. · Preferred Industrial Contractors- CarQuest Auto Parts: Roper will be carrying Preferred Industrial Contractors and CarQuest Auto Parts on his truck this weekend at Richmond Raceway. Roper is the President of Preferred Industrial Contractors. · Points: Roper comes into Richmond 29th in the Camping World Truck Series standings. · Race Info: The Toyota Care 250 at Richmond Raceway will begin at 1:30 p.m. EST on Saturday April 17th, 2021. The race will have live coverage on FS1, Sirius XM Radio Ch. 90, and MRN Radio. From the Driver’s Seat Cory Roper: “I’m really looking forward to going to Richmond for the first time with the Preferred Industrial Contractors - Carquest Auto Parts F150. Shane Whitbeck and the guys have built a great truck to go to Richmond and we’re going to try some different things on the setup that we believe will do great at this type of racing. My goal for Roper Racing is to have another good finish after coming off a 5th Place finish at Bristol with Chase Briscoe and another great points weekend.” From the Pit Box Shane Whitbeck: “This is our first time racing at Richmond with Cory. Our main objectives are to get him seat time and run laps. He’s been spending time on the simulator and feels confident. We should battle to stay on the lead lap. This is really the first true short track race of the season after running Bristol on dirt. It shows the range of the Truck Series and makes for a really entertaining season.” Roper’s 2021 Camping World Truck Series Stats Starts Wins Top 5 Top 10 Poles Laps Led Avg. Start Avg. Finish 4 0 1 1 0 0 24.5 25.0 Roper’s Career Camping World Truck Series Stats Starts Wins Top 5 Top 10 Poles Laps Led Avg. Start Avg. Finish 31 0 1 2 0 0 22.5 22.6 About Preferred Industrial Contractors, Inc. Preferred Industrial Contractors, Inc. is a national industrial engineering, procurement, fabrication, construction, and maintenance company that is located in Baytown, Texas. They execute turnkey capital, and maintenance projects from scope development through construction, and they can maintain your facilities. PIC proudly serves a vast range of industries including the power, chemical processing, petroleum refining, food and beverage, and biotechnical facilities. For more information go to preferredindustrialcontractors.com About CarQuest Carquest Corporation is an American automotive parts distribution network that is currently owned and operated by Advance Auto Parts via independent retailers associated with the network. As of October 4, 2014 Advance operated 5,305 stores, 109 Worldpac branches. Advance Auto Parts and CARQUEST Auto Parts employs approximately 75,000 Team Members. About Roper Racing Roper Racing Team Headquarters is located in Mont Belvieu, Texas, just outside of Houston, where they field the No. 04 Ford F-150 truck. The core of the team has been together with Cory Roper for many years. Part of the success of the team comes from the dedication of many friends and family members. After working all day at their full-time jobs, they commit to working late nights at the race shop. The 2021 season will be the 4th year for the team. Cory Roper serves not only as the driver but the owner of the team as well. Roper’s lifelong dream had been to drive in NASCAR. For more information go to roperracingteam.com
  11. 4/10/2021 at Texana Raceway Cage Junior Kart A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 101-Tripp Whitmire[1]; 2. 4-Jude Allgayer[2]; 3. 10-James Howze[4]; 4. 12-Dayton Lebouef[3]; 5. 99S-Sara Wilson[7]; 6. 85-KILYNN BARTOSH[6]; 7. 20-Tripp Salles[5]; 8. 25R-Jaxon Rachui[8] Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 101-Tripp Whitmire[2]; 2. 12-Dayton Lebouef[1]; 3. 20-Tripp Salles[3] Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 4-Jude Allgayer[3]; 2. 10-James Howze[2]; 3. 85-KILYNN BARTOSH[5]; 4. 99S-Sara Wilson[4]; 5. 25R-Jaxon Rachui[1] Cage Senior Kart A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 13P-Hunter Porter[2]; 2. 3-Trent Dixon[1]; 3. 20-Waylon Turnmire[4]; 4. 3X-Austin Rye[5]; 5. 33-MacKenzie Pesek[6]; 6. 25C-William Sellier[3] Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 3-Trent Dixon[2]; 2. 13P-Hunter Porter[4]; 3. 25C-William Sellier[1]; 4. 20-Waylon Turnmire[5]; 5. 3X-Austin Rye[6]; 6. 33-MacKenzie Pesek[3] Cage Youth Kart A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 10-Wesley Howze[3]; 2. 99-Preston Salles[1]; 3. 123-Roberto Compean[4]; 4. 144-Coley Beard[5]; 5. 63B-Bryson Sanchez[2]; 6. 29-Alex Jade[6] Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 99-Preston Salles[1]; 2. 63B-Bryson Sanchez[2]; 3. 10-Wesley Howze[4]; 4. 123-Roberto Compean[5]; 5. 144-Coley Beard[3]; 6. 29-Alex Jade[6] E Mod A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 6"-Daniel Preston[5]; 2. 3-Gilbert Perez III[1]; 3. 59B-Brianna Witzsche[6]; 4. 21S-Sommer Nave[13]; 5. 17-Kyler Ross[4]; 6. 04-Cooper Koliba[7]; 7. 23F-Jaycee Fitch[3]; 8. 58-Cheyloh Flanagan[2]; 9. 74-Makayla Trimble[10]; 10. 46-Trent Dixon[11]; 11. 23-Dustin Witzsche[14]; 12. 14-Caden Valenta[15]; 13. 43-Kayden Petty[12]; 14. 34-Matthew Hillin[8]; 15. (DNF) 4SALE-Jeremy Petty[9] Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 3-Gilbert Perez III[3]; 2. 23F-Jaycee Fitch[1]; 3. 6"-Daniel Preston[4]; 4. 04-Cooper Koliba[5]; 5. 4SALE-Jeremy Petty[8]; 6. 46-Trent Dixon[7]; 7. 21S-Sommer Nave[2]; 8. 14-Caden Valenta[6] Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 58-Cheyloh Flanagan[2]; 2. 17-Kyler Ross[1]; 3. 59B-Brianna Witzsche[5]; 4. 34-Matthew Hillin[6]; 5. (DNF) 74-Makayla Trimble[4]; 6. (DNF) 43-Kayden Petty[3]; 7. (DNF) 23-Dustin Witzsche[7] Factory Stocks A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 28-Collin Hodges[1]; 2. 21G-Steve Grantz[3]; 3. 24-John Leita[9]; 4. 13-Johnny Johnson[10]; 5. 55-Monty Chamberlain[5]; 6. 9-Johnny Westfall[12]; 7. 25R-Nathan Rachui[7]; 8. 44C-Cord Beard[14]; 9. 11D-John Drexler[25]; 10. 12-Adam Perks[13]; 11. 7-Jesse Sandoval[19]; 12. 741-Cameron Starry[2]; 13. 14J-Michale Pesek[8]; 14. 29-Jose Lopez[24]; 15. 15D-James Dear[26]; 16. 48C-Martin David "Cooter" Koehne[11]; 17. 6-Gary Butler[18]; 18. 11-Jonothon McElveen[22]; 19. 1T-Jason Turnmire[23]; 20. 63J-Joe Johnson[17]; 21. (DNF) 747-GW Hessong[6]; 22. (DNF) 35-Tony Blankenship[16]; 23. (DNF) 9C-Caitlin Leonard[4]; 24. (DNF) 04-Jacob Burnett[15]; 25. (DNF) 27-JJ Jennings[21]; 26. (DNF) 36-lucky gilbert[27]; 27. (DNS) 14-Lynn Fox Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 28-Collin Hodges[7]; 2. 9C-Caitlin Leonard[3]; 3. 25R-Nathan Rachui[4]; 4. 13-Johnny Johnson[9]; 5. 12-Adam Perks[6]; 6. 35-Tony Blankenship[2]; 7. 7-Jesse Sandoval[1]; 8. (DNF) 11-Jonothon McElveen[8]; 9. (DNF) 11D-John Drexler[5] Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 741-Cameron Starry[1]; 2. 55-Monty Chamberlain[2]; 3. 14J-Michale Pesek[7]; 4. 48C-Martin David "Cooter" Koehne[6]; 5. 44C-Cord Beard[4]; 6. 63J-Joe Johnson[9]; 7. (DNF) 14-Lynn Fox[3]; 8. (DNF) 1T-Jason Turnmire[8]; 9. (DNF) 15D-James Dear[5] Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 21G-Steve Grantz[8]; 2. 747-GW Hessong[2]; 3. 24-John Leita[7]; 4. 9-Johnny Westfall[6]; 5. 04-Jacob Burnett[1]; 6. 6-Gary Butler[3]; 7. 27-JJ Jennings[5]; 8. 29-Jose Lopez[4]; 9. (DNS) 36-lucky gilbert IMCA Modified A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 77G-Garrett Gregory[10]; 2. 96M-Jared Maupin[8]; 3. 49-Ryan Slott[3]; 4. 81-Chris Gallien[7]; 5. 77-Robert Liese Jr[4]; 6. 96-Foster Ellison[13]; 7. 53XX-Chandler Fox[1]; 8. 85T-Rick Townley[9]; 9. (DNF) 83-Adam James[6]; 10. (DNF) 91-Jeremy Davenport[5]; 11. (DNF) 17-Adrian Awalt[2]; 12. (DNS) 56-Gilbert Amezquita; 13. (DNS) 27-Justin Delgado Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 49-Ryan Slott[2]; 2. 53XX-Chandler Fox[1]; 3. 91-Jeremy Davenport[3]; 4. 81-Chris Gallien[4]; 5. 85T-Rick Townley[5]; 6. (DNF) 56-Gilbert Amezquita[6]; 7. (DNS) 96-Foster Ellison Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 77G-Garrett Gregory[6]; 2. 96M-Jared Maupin[4]; 3. 77-Robert Liese Jr[2]; 4. 17-Adrian Awalt[1]; 5. (DNF) 83-Adam James[3]; 6. (DNF) 27-Justin Delgado[5] Limited Sport Mod A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 66-Johnny Torres[2]; 2. 96-Jared Maupin[4]; 3. 53-Edward Oakes[1]; 4. 101-Tanner Whitmire[6]; 5. 91-Craig Oakes[3]; 6. 03-GW Hessong[9]; 7. 31-Collin Hodges[7]; 8. 4$-Kris Rye[8]; 9. 4$X-Kalif Sellier[16]; 10. 879-Marcus Mikulencak[10]; 11. 39-Tryton Temple[19]; 12. 77R-Bryce Reed[5]; 13. 28M-Mason Castaneda[11]; 14. 3G-Gary Hall Jr[17]; 15. 779-Cody Beddoe[13]; 16. 11T-Tom Grothues[18]; 17. 184-Brian Rye[12]; 18. 79-Cody Stacy[14]; 19. 82-Justin Riddle[15] Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 53-Edward Oakes[1]; 2. 96-Jared Maupin[4]; 3. 31-Collin Hodges[3]; 4. 879-Marcus Mikulencak[6]; 5. 779-Cody Beddoe[2]; 6. 4$X-Kalif Sellier[7]; 7. 11T-Tom Grothues[8]; 8. 39-Tryton Temple[5] Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 66-Johnny Torres[6]; 2. 77R-Bryce Reed[1]; 3. 4$-Kris Rye[5]; 4. 28M-Mason Castaneda[4]; 5. 79-Cody Stacy[2]; 6. (DNF) 3G-Gary Hall Jr[3] Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 91-Craig Oakes[1]; 2. 101-Tanner Whitmire[2]; 3. 03-GW Hessong[4]; 4. 184-Brian Rye[5]; 5. (DNF) 82-Justin Riddle[3] Street Stocks A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 11K-Shawn Kline[1]; 2. 87-Robert Danielsen[2]; 3. 9-Brad Hayes[3]; 4. 74-Travis Schmidt[5]; 5. 5-Tommy Hroch[6]; 6. 72-Harvey Howarton[4]; 7. (DNF) B52-Brandon Batton[7]; 8. (DNF) 12-James Wofford[8]; 9. (DNS) 31-Travis Slavik Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 11K-Shawn Kline[5]; 2. 87-Robert Danielsen[4]; 3. 9-Brad Hayes[9]; 4. 72-Harvey Howarton[8]; 5. 74-Travis Schmidt[6]; 6. (DNF) 5-Tommy Hroch[3]; 7. (DNF) B52-Brandon Batton[1]; 8. (DNF) 12-James Wofford[2]; 9. (DNS) 31-Travis Slavik IMCA Mod Lite A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 10-Aubrey Taylor[1]; 2. 46-Dawson Fisher[4]; 3. 04-Joseph Penney[3]; 4. 19R-Dustin Rude[5]; 5. 117T-Brayden Becker[10]; 6. 13-Mike Christians[9]; 7. 121-Joshua Sousa[7]; 8. 6-Eric Salles[2]; 9. 9-Nicholas Hunter[6]; 10. 13L-Louis Harris[16]; 11. 22-Chris Buxton[21]; 12. 870-rodney hutchins[13]; 13. 48-Mickey Land[17]; 14. K14-Doug Blankenship[20]; 15. 0-Kevin Carl[11]; 16. 34G-Jerry Lecompte[14]; 17. (DNF) 17-Jeremy Buxton[15]; 18. (DNF) 8-Chad Iguess[8]; 19. (DNF) 96-Duane Williams[19]; 20. (DNF) 12-Corey Babbitt[12]; 21. (DNS) 56-Joe Sansing Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 10-Aubrey Taylor[1]; 2. 46-Dawson Fisher[4]; 3. 121-Joshua Sousa[5]; 4. 8-Chad Iguess[6]; 5. 870-rodney hutchins[3]; 6. (DNF) 13L-Louis Harris[2]; 7. (DNF) 96-Duane Williams[7] Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 19R-Dustin Rude[4]; 2. 04-Joseph Penney[3]; 3. 0-Kevin Carl[7]; 4. 13-Mike Christians[6]; 5. 34G-Jerry Lecompte[2]; 6. 48-Mickey Land[1]; 7. K14-Doug Blankenship[5] Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 9-Nicholas Hunter[4]; 2. 12-Corey Babbitt[7]; 3. 6-Eric Salles[1]; 4. 117T-Brayden Becker[6]; 5. 17-Jeremy Buxton[3]; 6. (DNF) 56-Joe Sansing[5]; 7. (DNF) 22-Chris Buxton[2] 305 Sprints - Winged A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 6-Christopher Townsend[1]; 2. 12-Trey Schmidt[6]; 3. 8-Bruce Crockett[5]; 4. 17-Theresa Waller[2]; 5. 76-Daniel King[9]; 6. 3W-Willy Reed[7]; 7. 10W-Aiden Welch[4]; 8. 7-Rod Craddock[10]; 9. 22L-Kent Lewis Sr[8]; 10. 95-Randy Nobel[11]; 11. 15P-Andy Van Blarcum[3]; 12. 5-Gordan Taylor[14]; 13. (DNF) 11-Steve Leggio Jr[12]; 14. (DNF) 40-Curtis Gabriel[13] Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 12-Trey Schmidt[2]; 2. 6-Christopher Townsend[1]; 3. 17-Theresa Waller[4]; 4. 22L-Kent Lewis Sr[7]; 5. 76-Daniel King[5]; 6. 11-Steve Leggio Jr[3]; 7. 40-Curtis Gabriel[6] Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 8-Bruce Crockett[3]; 2. 3W-Willy Reed[4]; 3. 10W-Aiden Welch[1]; 4. 15P-Andy Van Blarcum[6]; 5. 7-Rod Craddock[5]; 6. 95-Randy Nobel[7]; 7. 5-Gordan Taylor[2]
  12. Strickler Jumps from Late Model into Modified, Wins Bristol Bash Finale - Hammer scores back-to-back runner-up finishes, Arnold recovers from Friday to finish third BRISTOL, TN – April 11, 2021 – Most drivers would agree – driving just one car around Bristol Motor Speedway in a day is hard enough. Kyle Strickler drove two on Sunday afternoon and came out $10,000 richer. Josh James Artwork photo Strickler, of Mooresville, NC, jumped out of his PCC Motorsports Late Model after competing with the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series, immediately strapped into his Longhorn by Loenbro #8 UMP Modified and flat-out dominated the Feature, leading all 20 laps of the World of Outlaws Bristol Bash finale. “The Modified is so much fun to me. After having a rough weekend with the Late Model, it was very refreshing to have a bunch of fun in the Modified,” Strickler said. While it was a trying weekend for him in the Late Model, his Modified program was far more set up to his liking. This, and his familiarity in the seat of the Modified significantly helped him in the Feature. “The Late Model side of it is so finnicky and all of your adjustments are fine-tuned and so touchy,” Strickler said. “The Modifieds – you’re going so much slower; they slip and slide around and there’s so much less grip that they don’t dart around as much.” In short, Strickler ran a flawless race. None of his competitors had any strong challenges for him, even on a Lap 4 restart after a caution that took Friday night’s Feature winner, David Stremme, and Dave Wietholder out of the race when they collided in Turn 4. With outside polesitter Kyle Hammer keeping him in-sight behind him, Strickler reached the rear of the field with only a handful of laps remaining. After mainly running the preferred low groove to that point, The Highside Tickler put his nicknamesake on full display and maneuvered around the slower traffic. “I could rip the top in the Late Model, and I tried it there at the end in the Modified and it really helped me get through lapped traffic,” Strickler said. Strickler’s always preferred the bigger, faster tracks. With several UMP Modified victories in his career at other high-profile half-miles at Volusia Speedway Park and Eldora Speedway, it comes as no surprise he excelled in the high speeds of Bristol. “I think a lot of it is just me liking these big racetracks, and just all fun, no stress, jump in the Modified and have a blast,” Strickler said. “Your finishes are usually directly related to your mood or how you’re feeling about one car or the other.” Despite his best efforts, Hammer was unable to catch Strickler in the final laps. “Down the straightaways I could kinda see him just getting closer and closer each time,” Hammer said. “Toward the middle, once we got opened up and our tires really kicked in, I feel like we had a better car, just couldn’t do much at that point.” However, Hammer did take home the honors of the highest average-finishing driver with two runner-up results on the weekend. Overall, a great showing for the young Illinoisan. Chris Arnold crossed the stripe in third, completing an up-and-down weekend for he and his crew. Starting third in Friday’s Feature, Arnold caught a piece of a wreck heading into Turn 1 on the first lap and was forced to retire. But a great run Sunday showed exactly what the Virginian team is capable of. “I think we had one of the fastest cars like [Hammer] and Strickler all weekend,” Arnold said. “I think [Friday] night, we would’ve been pretty good. I wish I had moved up to the top from Lap 1 and I think both of us probably would have been right there with Strickler.” Like Hammer, Arnold agreed once Strickler got out front, the chances of catching and passing him were slim. “You’ve got to use every type of advantage you have against him, and at this point, it would have been going to the top sooner than he did,” Arnold said. Six drivers recorded top-10 finishes in both Features over the weekend – Kyle Hammer, Ryan Ayers, Nick Hoffman, Dylan Woodling, Trent Young and David Reutimann. Hoffman, the two-time and defending national UMP Modified champion, came back from a broken rocker arm in Qualifying Sunday, qualifying fo the Feature through his Heat Race to finish 7th. The World of Outlaws and DIRTcar Racing action from Bristol Motor Speedway isn’t over just yet – don’t miss the World of Outlaws Bristol Throwdown, April 22-24, featuring the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series and Super DIRTcar Series Big Block Modifieds. If you can’t be at the track, catch all the action live on DIRTVision presented by Drydene. Feature (20 Laps) 1. 8-Kyle Strickler [1][$10,000]; 2. 45-Kyle Hammer [2][$5,000]; 3. 99W-Chris Arnold [3][$3,000]; 4. 6A-Ryan Ayers [5][$2,500]; 5. OOD-David Reutimann [6][$2,000]; 6. 3W-Dylan Woodling [7][$1,700]; 7. 2-Nick Hoffman [14][$1,500]; 8. 10Y-Trent Young [8][$1,200]; 9. 8S-Kyle Steffans [11][$1,100]; 10. 21A-Nick Allen [9][$1,000]; 11. 72-Todd Neiheiser [12][$1,000]; 12. 29J-Jordan Wever [18][$1,000]; 13. 67-Garret Stewart [13][$1,000]; 14. 1S-Brian Shaw [16][$1,000]; 15. 95-Michael Altobelli [21][$1,000]; 16. 45S-Nick Stroupe [20][$1,000]; 17. 97-Mitch Thomas [22][$1,000]; 18. 8A-Austin Holcombe [17][$1,000]; 19. 5-Jonathan Taylor [24][$1,000]; 20. 11-Troy Loomis [23][$1,000]; 21. 44-KC Burdette [15][$1,000]; 22. 2ND-Jake Leitzman [19][$1,000]; 23. O5-Dave Wietholder [4][$1,000]; 24. 35-David Stremme [10][$1,000] Hard Charger: 2-Nick Hoffman[+7]
  13. Friesen Brings the Noise and Tames The Nasty Track Stewart Friesen bested an elite field of Super DIRTcar Series drivers to win Thunder in the Thousand Islands 100 LaFARGEVILLE, NY – Stewart Friesen, from Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, wheeled his way to the front and picked up a healthy $7,500 for a night’s work. The #44 flashed across Can-Am Speedway’s start/finish line just ahead of Tim Fuller, who led the most laps. Lightning Larry Wight, from Phoenix, NY, brought the #99L home third. Max McLaughlin, the 2021 DIRTcar Nationals champion, led the field to the green flag with veteran Big Block pilot Carey Terrance. Almost immediately, the #32c was swallowed up and faded back into the field, eventually pulling the car behind the wall on lap 83. Tim Fuller took the early lead and began driving away from the field, however, he wasn’t alone. Fuller was towing an eager Erick Rudolph in his wake. Rudolph, in the #25R, slowly gained on Fuller as the laps clicked off. Finally, Fuller hit lapped traffic at lap 30. Rudolph closed in and the #19 and #25R swapped first and second positions multiple times in a heated battle. At that point, it looked as though Rudolph and Fuller were going to lap the field and Friesen watched them get farther and farther away. At the halfway point Fuller began to pick away at the lapped cars, which became more and more difficult to get around. Rudolph was not able to keep up Fuller’s pace of passing cars and fell back. Meanwhile, Friesen got to work on Larry Wight, from Phoenix, NY, who was occupying third. “I got by a couple of guys but then when I got up to Larry he’d move and take my line away,” said Friesen. Eventually, Friesen was able to motor by Wight on his path to the win. Lap 70 turned out to be a fateful lap for the Halmar Racing team. Rudolph slowed down and had back to go to the pits for a repair and brought out a caution flag. This lined Friesen up next to Fuller on the restart and the #44 was able to power around the #19 to make a winning pass. Friesen’s car came to life at just the right time but it wasn’t a coincidence. “I had the car set up for the beginning of the race with a heavy fuel load so it would come in towards the end,” said Friesen. “It got good around lap 60 or 70. I thought early on I would be able to make the top work in turns one and two and see if I could sneak by a few cars. I went up there and skated. It was a little dusty but then the middle cleaned off and that was pretty good.” This was his 36th career Super DIRTcar Series victory. Friesen is only three away from Bob McCreadie on the all-time list. Runner-up Tim Fuller was not pleased with his second step on the podium after leading most of the race’s laps. Fuller described the pass: “He [Friesen] came down and I got out of it so we both didn’t crash but he’s an incredible talent, Fuller said. “You hate to get beat that way. I think we were better than the first place car but we got snookered there a little bit. It happens.” he was satisfied with the effort and the drive but not the result. “I just wish I’d had a taller spoiler,” Fuller cracked. “But I wouldn’t have done anything differently.” The Gypsum Racing machine of Larry Wight crossed the line third after battling in the top five the entire race. Wight was searching for a way to compete with Fuller and Friesen but just couldn’t find another gear. “I stayed on the bottom because of a hole on top but once I saw Friesen show his nose up there I knew I had to move up and try it,” Wight noted. “We were a third-place car though. We’ll take it and build off of it for the next one.” Track conditions for dirt surfaces can be tricky for the first race of the year however the Can-Am Speedway track crew brought the best out of our drivers and they were appreciated. “Great job by the track crew for grading the track and giving us something to race on,” said Friesen. Wight added, “For the first race of the year the track was beautiful besides one blemish but that was nothing to complain about. We weren’t sure what the track was going to do. Sometimes when they scrape the top layer off it turns into a dust bowl. The track took it though and the water soaked in. It actually had a middle line to it. We could run the top too.” Race fans were elated to have the Super DIRTcar Series back underway and the 28-car starting field did not disappoint. The 100-lap battle was fought all across the track, from the very top, through the middle, and the bottom. For example, hard charger Mike Mahaney, from King Ferry, NY, made use of the racy surface by picking up 17 positions after starting 25th. Seven-time Series champion Matt Sheppard was involved in battles constantly but the #9S did not stray far from its starting position. After redrawing 10th Sheppard looked to be on the move but a stubborn Peter Britten, from Queensland, Australia, would not give up position number six. Next up for the Super DIRTcar Series Big Block Modifieds are a pair of $10,000-to-win, NAPA Super DIRT Week qualifiers at the dirt-covered Bristol Motor Speedway for the World of Outlaws Bristol Showdown. Get your tickets now or purchase a DIRTVision FAST PASS and enjoy all the World of Outlaws and DIRTcar Racing that you can handle. Stay tuned to Super DIRTcar Series social media on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram plus SuperDIRTcarSeries.com has full results, highlights, recaps, and more. FEATURE RESULTS (100 laps) Pos No. Name 1 – 44 Stewart Friesen 2 – 19 Tim Fuller 3 – 99L Larry Wight 4 – 91 Billy Decker 5 – 83X Tim Sears Jr. 6 – 21a Peter Britten 7 – 9S Matt Sheppard 8 – 35 Mike Mahaney 9 – 3 Justin Haers 10 – 42p Pat Ward 11 – 7M Michael Maresca 12 – 2L Jack Lehner 13 – 5H Chris Hile 14 – 60 Jackson Gill 15 – 88 Mat Williamson 16 – M1 Dave Marcuccilli 17 – 28 Jordan McCreadie 18 – 48T Dave Rauscher 19 – 17 Marcus Dinkins DNF 32c Max Mclaughlin DNF 2 Rusty Smith DNF 25 Erick Rudolph DNF 98H Jimmy Phelps DNF 7t Billy Dunn DNF 66x Carey Terrence DNF 4r Kevin Root DNF 111 Demetrios Drellos DNF 98w Rocky Warner DNF 22 Brandon Walters PHOTO: Joe Grabianowski
  14. Steven Shebester Shines With ASCS Elite Non-Wing At Abilene Speedway Bryan Hulbert – ABILENE, Texas (April 10, 2021) Marking it career victory No. 3 with the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating, Oklahoma’s Steven Shebester piloted the City Vending No. 22x to Victory Lane in the series return to Abilene Speedway on Saturday night. Courtesy of ASCS PR His second podium appearance of the weekend, Steven took the green flag from the right of the third row. Wheeling into the lead on Lap 10, the feature ran green to checkered in just over six minutes. Likewise, on his second podium appearance in as many days, Friday night winner, Justin Zimmerman, crossed second with Arizona’s Shon Deskins moving from seventh to third. Dalton Stevens and Jason Howell made up the top five. Paul White crossed sixth with Scott Evans seventh. Harli White was the night’s hard charger with a run from 16th to eighth with fellow lady racer, Michelle Parson crossing ninth. Mason Smith finished tenth. The ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating returns to action on April 24 at Kennedale Speedway Park. The 2021 season is the 30th year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. 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 2021, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, on Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS). Race Results: ASCS Elite Non-Wing Abilene Speedway (Abilene, Texas) Saturday, April 10, 2021 Car Count: 18 Texas Aeroplastics Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 44-Jason Howell[1]; 2. 1-Paul White[2]; 3. 3S-Stephen Smith[3]; 4. 91-Cody Price[4]; 5. 31-Mason Smith[5]; 6. 72-Harli White[6] Pro-Tech Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. #1-Justin Zimmerman[3]; 2. 22X-Steven Shebester[6]; 3. 79X-Keith Martin[2]; 4. 48-Caden McCreary[5]; 5. 51-Jim Gardner[4]; 6. 18-Devon Debrick[1] SCP Polymers Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 99X-Dalton Stevens[3]; 2. 118-Scott Evans[1]; 3. 7-Shon Deskins[4]; 4. 21-Michelle Parson[6]; 5. 57-Chase Parson[2]; 6. 4G-Rustie Knutz[5] Top Choice Masonry A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 22X-Steven Shebester[6]; 2. #1-Justin Zimmerman[1]; 3. 7-Shon Deskins[7]; 4. 99X-Dalton Stevens[4]; 5. 44-Jason Howell[5]; 6. 1-Paul White[2]; 7. 118-Scott Evans[3]; 8. 72-Harli White[16]; 9. 21-Michelle Parson[8]; 10. 31-Mason Smith[13]; 11. 51-Jim Gardner[14]; 12. 3S-Stephen Smith[9]; 13. 91-Cody Price[12]; 14. 57-Chase Parson[15]; 15. 48-Caden McCreary[11]; 16. 18-Devon Debrick[17]; 17. 79X-Keith Martin[10]; 18. 4G-Rustie Knutz[18]
  15. Macedo Beats McFadden on Final Lap of Dramatic Tri-State Feature Five Different Leaders & Haudenschild's Heartbreak Highlights Action-Packed Race HAUBSTADT, IN - April 10, 2021 - The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series did it again on Saturday night. Visiting a sold-out crowd at Tri-State Speedway in Haubstadt, IN, The Greatest Show on Dirt lived up to its name. The 40-lap feature on the 1/4-mile offered up five different leaders, drama that you couldn't even dream of, and a last-lap pass to send the crowd home happy. Trent Gower photo It started with Aaron Reutzel out front before Tyler Courtney led in pursuit of his first-career win, and then Sheldon Haudenschild drove to the lead and ran away until a flat tire soured his run with seven laps left. Ultimately, it came down to a duel between Carson Macedo and James McFadden on the final restart. They swapped sliders, exchanged some contact, and eventually Macedo snookered McFadden to win it by 0.398-seconds. "I know he's probably upset with me, but I really wanted to win that race," Macedo noted. "These races are tough to win, I'm gonna give it everything I have. James [McFadden] is a great driver and I have the utmost respect for him; I want to run everybody clean. I beat him to the line there and just tried to protect the bottom the best I could." Before eighth-starting Macedo and 11th-starting McFadden waged war in the end, the beginning was between the front row of Courtney's Clauson-Marshall Racing #7BC and Reutzel's Roth Motorsports #83. Reutzel, of Clute, TX, paced the opening four laps before Courtney, of Indianapolis, IN, drove by on Lap 5. It quickly became a non-wing affair as former USAC standouts Courtney and Hunter Schuerenberg of Sikeston, MO ran 1-2 with both drivers chasing their first-career World of Outlaws win. Courtney, AKA Sunshine, led a race-high 19 laps aboard the NOS Energy Drink TURBO machine until Haudenschild in his own NOS Energy Drink whip wheeled by him to take command on Lap 24. Mastering lap traffic, Haudenschild ran off to a 2+ second advantage before a flat left rear tire sent his Stenhouse Jr. Marshall Racing #17 from the lead to the work area on Lap 33. Inheriting the lead with seven to go, Macedo brought the field back to life in his Jason Johnson Racing #41 and immediately received a challenge from McFadden in the Kasey Kahne Racing #9. They ran side-by-side for a handful of laps until J-Mac finally cleared his slider coming to the white flag. McFadden officially led Lap 39, but Macedo was quick to cross under him and steal it back entering turn one. The duo made contact fighting for real estate on the bottom and nearly allowed Courtney to sneak by them both as they went down the backstretch. Macedo made the move to go low in the final two corners and did just enough to survive McFadden's onslaught. For Macedo, of Lemoore, CA, it was his second win at Tri-State, his second win of the 2021 season, and his eighth-career win with the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series. "I could see him peeking his nose and I knew I needed to stay in front or he would pull the trigger hard enough," Macedo mentioned on his strategy. "I saw the white come out and knew I needed to capitalize. This is a great win for our Jason Johnson Racing crew. I'm glad I can get Phil, Nate and Clyde back to victory lane. A dejected James McFadden came home with a close second-place effort following his victory in Friday's show at Kokomo Speedway. The Alice Springs, NT, AUS native offered up some choice words following his on-track combat with Macedo. "He was racing like a bit of a d**k head to be honest," McFadden said. "He chopped me and put me over the tires and jammed it off the fence a couple of times. I kept giving him room and I probably shouldn't have; I should have parked him and cleared him. I feel bad for letting my team down. Second is decent, but I probably needed to be a bit ruder. For the second night in a row, the third-place finisher collected his first-career podium finish with there World of Outlaws. This time it was Tyler Courtney, a former USAC National Midget and Sprint Car champion adventuring into the winged world with Clauson-Marshall Racing. "I think it was just inexperience in lap traffic," Courtney offered on where he lost the lead. "I've had more laps around here than those guys, but I just struggled with where to put the car. To rebound tonight with a podium against the best drivers in the country, maybe the world, is really awesome for our team." Hunter Schuerenberg earned his second-career World of Outlaws top five, and first since Tri-State in 2018, aboard the Vermeer Motorsports #55. Early leader Aaron Reutzel wrapped up the top five finishers in Saturday's show. Rounding out the top ten at Haubstadt was David Gravel in sixth, Brad Sweet in seventh, Carson Short in eighth, Justin Peck in ninth and Ian Madsen in tenth. UP NEXT - The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series takes to Lawton (OK) Speedway on Friday, April 16 and Devil's Bowl (TX) Speedway on Saturday, April 17. After that, it's the Bristol Throwdown on April 22-24. NOS Energy Drink Feature (40 Laps) – 1. 41-Carson Macedo [8][$10,000]; 2. 9-James McFadden [11][$6,000]; 3. 7BC-Tyler Courtney [1][$3,500]; 4. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg [5][$2,800]; 5. 83-Aaron Reutzel [2][$2,500]; 6. 2-David Gravel [3][$2,300]; 7. 49-Brad Sweet [12][$2,200]; 8. 21-Carson Short [14][$2,100]; 9. 13-Justin Peck [18][$2,050]; 10. 11-Ian Madsen [4][$2,000]; 11. 55V-Spencer Bayston [7][$1,600]; 12. 26-Cory Eliason [10][$1,400]; 13. 5S-Chase Stockon [17][$1,200]; 14. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild [9][$1,100]; 15. 1A-Jacob Allen [6][$1,050]; 16. 15-Donny Schatz [21][$1,000]; 17. 7S-Jason Sides [20][$1,000]; 18. 3-Ayrton Gennetten [16][$1,000]; 19. 1S-Logan Schuchart [25][$]; 20. 11K-Kraig Kinser [24][$1,000]; 21. 96-Robert Ballou [23][$1,000]; 22. 19-Parker Price-Miller [13][$1,000]; 23. 44-Kyle Cummins [15][$1,000]; 24. 5K-Paul Nienhiser [22][$1,000]; 25. 14-Tim Kaeding [19][$1,000]; 26. 3Z-Brock Zearfoss [26][$]. Lap Leaders: Aaron Reutzel 1-4; Tyler Courtney 5-23; Sheldon Haudenschild 24-33; Carson Macedo 34-38, 40; James McFadden 39. KSE Hard Charger Award: 9-James McFadden[+9]. NEW Championship Standings (13/83 Races): 1. Brad Sweet (1,880); 2. Sheldon Haudenschild (-92); 3. David Gravel (-98); 4. Carson Macedo (-110); 5. Logan Schuchart (-11); 6. Aaron Reutzel (-134); 7. Donny Schatz (-184); 8. Kraig Kinser (-234); 9. Brock Zearfoss (-318); 10. Jason Sides (-348).
  16. Stremme Strikes First in UMP Modifieds at Bristol Former NASCAR veteran dominates throughout the night for $5,000 victory BRISTOL, TN – April 9, 2021 – He’s been one of the fastest UMP Modifieds at Bristol Motor Speedway all weekend, and now he’s got the hardware to show it. David Stremme wheeled his Lethal Chassis #35 to Victory Lane Friday night on the first race night of the World of Outlaws Bristol Bash in dominating fashion, leading all 20 laps en route to a $5,000 victory over Kyle Hammer and Ryan Ayers. “I tell people when you walk in here, you gotta look around,” Stremme said. “To win here is pretty cool. Just to win at anything anymore is hard.” It was hard to miss the Stremmes on the DIRTVision cameras through the night. David showed the way around the dirt-covered half-mile, setting Quick Time in Qualifying and made the winning pass on Hammer in Heat 3. His wife Ashley then worked her usual magic in the redraw and pulled the pole for the Feature. At the drop of the green, Stremme wasted zero time making his presence felt, wrestling the lead away from Hammer on the low side as they rounded Turns 1-2. From that point forward, it was all Stremme’s race out front, as he piloted his #35 machine around the fast, high-banked track. “I think the track crew did a great job. I feel for the amount of cars we have here, it was in a lot better shape than I thought it would be,” Stremme said. “You could move around quite a bit, and that’s all you can ask for.” As a former NASCAR star on its concrete surface, Stremme has gotten to know Bristol’s high banks well since the start of his motorsports career. While the banking has been cut down to 19 degrees on the dirt, he said he’s been able to recognize the similarities between the two configurations and use it to his advantage. “It still has the same characteristics – each corner is different. Obviously, I’m able to use that, and there is stuff there that I felt I could still do, whether it was in a [NASCAR] Cup car or Xfinity car,” Stremme said. Hammer was solid up front all night long in his Elite Chassis #45. Initially, he lost second to Taylor Cook on Lap 7, after a restart, but regained the spot when Cook ran into issues and dropped out with five laps left. Even with the solid runner-up, Hammer still wants to be better for Saturday’s finale. “Definitely learned we need to be a little stiffer on the right-front,” Hammer said. “At these speeds, these things really upset our cars.” Ayers had a great showing in his Lethal Chassis #6, coming all the way from 11th to finish third. With a wreck on the initial start and a great run down low on Lap 1 to get by cars, Ayers was already in fifth as he crossed the line to complete the first circuit. After gaining two more spots before the home stretch, Ayers was forced to play some tough defense for a moment, as a hungry Nick Hoffman was putting the pressure on from behind for the third spot. Hoffman ultimately slipped on the high side in the end but showed Ayers a better line in the process. “The first 13 or 14 laps, I was right around the bottom,” Ayers said. “Nick showed me the top with about four or five [laps] to go, and I moved up. It was a lot better.” The DIRTcar UMP Modifieds are back in action Saturday night, April 10, for the $10,000-to-win Bristol Bash finale alongside the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series – catch all of the action live at the track or on DIRTVision presented by Drydene! Feature (20 Laps) 1. 35-David Stremme [1][$5,000]; 2. 45-Kyle Hammer [6][$2,500]; 3. 6A-Ryan Ayers [11][$1,700]; 4. 2-Nick Hoffman [8][$1,400]; 5. 3W-Dylan Woodling [10][$1,200]; 6. 10Y-Trent Young [5][$1,000]; 7. OOD-David Reutimann [13][$800]; 8. 8A-Austin Holcombe [15][$700]; 9. O5-Dave Wietholder [22][$600]; 10. 67-Garret Stewart [21][$550]; 11. 7-Evan Taylor [24][$500]; 12. 97-Mitch Thomas [23][$500]; 13. 44-KC Burdette [17][$500]; 14. 21-Taylor Cook [7][$500]; 15. 1S-Brian Shaw [12][$500]; 16. 11-Troy Loomis [16][$500]; 17. 72-Todd Neiheiser [14][$500]; 18. 17N-Dillon Nusbaum [18][$500]; 19. 45S-Nick Stroupe [19][$500]; 20. 2ND-Jake Leitzman [20][$500]; 21. 99W-Chris Arnold [3][$500]; 22. 21A-Nick Allen [2][$500]; 23. 8-Kyle Strickler [4][$500]; 24. 95-Michael Altobelli [9][$500] Hard Charger: O5-Dave Wietholder[+13]
  17. James McFadden Beats Kasey Kahne Racing Teammate Brad Sweet at Kokomo Speedway - Championship Hopefuls Schatz, Schuchart & Gravel Hampered by Feature Trouble KOKOMO, IN - April 9, 2021 - Brad Sweet seemed unstoppable on his four-race winning streak, that is until his own teammate James McFadden stepped up to deny him. Trent Gower photo Making his 100th career World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series start on Saturday night at Kokomo Speedway, McFadden led the final 30 laps aboard his Karavan Trailers #9 and paved the path for a Kasey Kahne Racing 1-2 finish with Sweet behind him in the NAPA Auto Parts #49. A drama-filled 40-lapper at the Kokomo, IN 1/4-mile saw David Gravel command the opening 10 laps before spinning from second with two to go, saw Donny Schatz and Logan Schuchart suffer mechanical issues, saw Tyler Courtney's career-best run of third shattered with a flat right rear, and saw Sheldon Haudenschild roar from 21st-to-5th in the closing stages. For McFadden, the Alice Springs, NT, AUS native banked $10,000 with his first victory of the season in only his sixth start since coming overseas to relieve Kasey Kahne of full-time duties back in March. It's the third career victory for the 31-year-old they call J-Mac. "I'm just pumped to be here right now, man," an elated McFadden said in victory lane. "I gotta thank Kasey [Kahne] and this whole KKR team; it's a pleasure to drive this car. I'm glad I can do it justice and put in victory lane. It's good to get one on that NAPA car. He's been laying it on us, so hopefully we can get on our little roll now." Nearly perfect on the night, McFadden's Kokomo quest began with the Slick Woody's QuickTime Award (11.243 seconds) and continued with a win in the opening Team Drydene Heat Race. He was stopped by Gravel in the DIRTVision Fast Pass Dash, but earned the outside pole position with 40 laps on tap. Aboard the Big Game Motorsports, THE SHOWDOWN #2, Gravel paced the opening 10 circuits of Feature action before lap traffic allowed McFadden to capitalize. Moving up a lane as Gravel became mired on the bottom behind back markers, McFadden quickly swooped right by Gravel on Lap 11 and never looked back. Hampered by six cautions, Saturday's feature saw a Lap 2 mechanical issue for Donny Schatz (5th), Lap 21 problem for Logan Schuchart (16th), Lap 26 trouble for Tim Kaeding (17th), Lap 30 red flag for Carson Short (14th), Lap 37 spin for Jason Sides (13th), and a shocking Lap 38 infield tire incident for David Gravel (2nd). In the end, McFadden survived a green-white-checkered restart and ran off to a 1.059-second advantage at the checkered flag. "The track was surprisingly tough tonight, it just changed around a bunch," McFadden noted. "I was running the top to get around David, but it go so dirty that I felt like I needed to get to the bottom. We got through lap traffic really well, and I think that was big. Being in victory lane six races in is pretty awesome." Chasing McFadden to the stripe was his Kasey Kahne Racing w/ Mike Curb teammate, Brad Sweet. The Big Cat rallied from 12th on lap one to finish in second, extending his career-best streak of consecutive podium finishes to a whopping nine races. "I just shot myself in the foot during qualifying tonight," Sweet said on getting behind the eight-ball. "Once we got to third in the Feature I think the track just moved down and we ran out of options. I tried the top on the green-white-checkered, but felt like I was gonna give up second and had to come back down. That's what you have to do sometimes: get the best finish you possibly can. Tonight is a great testament to our team. It's fun to be disappointed with second." Finishing third and landing on the podium for the first time in his World of Outlaws career was Justin Peck. The Monrovia, IN native drove from 11th-to-third aboard the Tom Buch owned #13 and kept his early-season hot streak alive; ahead of his return to Haubstadt tomorrow where he's excelled in the past. "Our team morale is pretty high right now, so it makes working with these guys super easy," Peck noted on their success. "We've got everything hooked up right now. It's great to be on the podium, but obviously we want to be a little better. That KKR team is just outstanding right now. We've got a little bit to clean up on our end." Coming home a season-high fourth at Kokomo was Australia's Ian Madsen in the McGhee #11. Rounding out the top five was Sheldon Haudenschild with KSE Hard Charger honors thanks to his magnificent 21st-to-fifth bid in the NOS Energy Drink, Stenhouse Jr. Marshall Racing #17; which gives him eight-straight top five finishes. Closing out the top ten was Jason Johnson Racing's Carson Macedo, Bloomington, IN native Kraig Kinser, Kokomo's own hometown hero Parker Price-Miller, Indianapolis superstar Tyler Courtney with a solid recovery, and Aaron Reutzel in the Roth Motorsports ride. UP NEXT - The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series wrap up the Hoosier State doubleheader on Saturday, April 10 with a trip down to Haubstadt, IN's Tri-State Speedway. NOS Energy Drink Feature (40 Laps) - 1. 9-James McFadden [2][$10,000]; 2. 49-Brad Sweet [10][$6,000]; 3. 13-Justin Peck [11][$3,500]; 4. 11-Ian Madsen [8][$2,800]; 5. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild [21][$2,500]; 6. 41-Carson Macedo [6][$2,300]; 7. 11K-Kraig Kinser [22][$2,200]; 8. 19-Parker Price-Miller [4][$2,100]; 9. 7BC-Tyler Courtney [9][$2,050]; 10. 83-Aaron Reutzel [12][$2,000]; 11. 26-Cory Eliason [16][$1,600]; 12. 2-David Gravel [1][$1,400]; 13. 3Z-Brock Zearfoss [15][$1,200]; 14. 7S-Jason Sides [3][$1,100]; 15. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg [5][$1,050]; 16. 15H-Sam Hafertepe [24][$1,000]; 17. 2C-Wayne Johnson [25][$]; 18. 3-Ayrton Gennetten [19][$1,000]; 19. 10-Zeb Wise [17][$1,000]; 20. 1A-Jacob Allen [18][$1,000]; 21. 24-Rico Abreu [23][$1,000]; 22. 1S-Logan Schuchart [20][$1,000]; 23. 21-Carson Short [14][$1,000]; 24. 14-Tim Kaeding [13][$1,000]; 25. 15-Donny Schatz [7][$1,000]. Lap Leaders: David Gravel 1-10, James McFadden 11-40. KSE Hard Charger Award: 17-Sheldon Haudenschild[+16] NEW Championship Standings (12/83 Races) - 1. Brad Sweet (1,744); 2. Sheldon Haudenschild (-78); 3. Logan Schuchart (-86); 4. David Gravel (-100); 5. Carson Macedo (-124); 6. Aaron Reutzel (-138); 7. Donny Schatz (-166); 8. Kraig Kinser (-208); 9. Giovanni Scelzi (-272); 10. Brock Zearfoss (-284).
  18. Zimmerman Zooms To Heart O’ Texas Victory With ASCS Elite Non-Wing Bryan Hulbert – WACO, Texas (April 9, 2021) Making it ten career victories with the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating, Justin Zimmerman topped the Gordon Wolley Classic Friday night at the Heart O’ Texas Speedway. Dr. Rock's photo Fifth to second on the opening lap, Zimmerman trailed Keith Martin through the first part of Friday’s A-Feature. Pacing low on the Heart O’ Texas Speedway, the field slowed on Lap 3 for a pair of cars coming together in the third and fourth turns. Keeping Zimmerman at bay on the restart, Martin slipped high through turns three and four. Opening the door for Justin, the No. 1 worked even with the No. 79 into the first turn. Drag racing to the back straightaway, the pair made contact, sending the Express Car Wash entry on a wild series of flips. Martin was able to walk away. Restarting with Dalton Stevens in pursuit, traffic presented a couple of shots at the lead with the No. 99 not able to capitalize. Building distance for a few laps, traffic again bought Stevens within striking distance as the caution lights blinked just after the white flag waved. Back to green, Dalton Stevens spun to a stop to draw another caution. Final time to the green with Paul White in pursuit, the wily veteran had his hands full with 11th starting. Steven Shebester, lurking on the outside line. Letting Zimmerman pull away, the margin at the line was 1.373-seconds. Paul White held on for second by 0.194-seconds over Steven Shebester, with Cody Price and Mason Smith making up the top-five. Harli White from 13th came up to sixth with Stephen Smith seventh. Colby Estes followed, with Chase Parson and Scott Evans completing the top ten. The ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating goes green again on Saturday, April 10, at Abilene Speedway. Gates open at 5:30 P.M. with racing at 8:00 P.M. (CDT). Admission is $15 for adults, $12 for Senior and Military, and free for kids five and under. Pits are $35. Abilene Speedway is located at 6825 West Hwy. 80 in Abilene, Texas. For more information, follow the track on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AbileneSpeedway, at http://www.abilenespeedway.com, or by calling (325) 692-8800. Live coverage for fans not able to attend can be found at http://www.racinboys.com. The 2021 season is the 30th year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. 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 2021, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, on Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS). Race Results: ASCS Elite Non-Wing Heart O’Texas Speedway (Waco, Texas) Friday, April 9, 2021 Car Count: 22 Texas Aeroplastics Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 31-Mason Smith[2]; 2. 1-Paul White[4]; 3. 91-Cody Price[6]; 4. 22X-Steven Shebester[5]; 5. 24-TJ Herrell[1]; 6. 72-Harli White[8]; 7. 18-Devon Debrick[3]; 8. 51X-Ben Saye[7] Pro-Tech Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. #1-Justin Zimmerman[6]; 2. 57-Chase Parson[3]; 3. 52-JD Fry[1]; 4. 48-Caden McCreary[7]; 5. 64-Mark Zoeller[4]; 6. 118-Scott Evans[5]; 7. 44-Jason Howell[2] SCP Polymers Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 79X-Keith Martin[5]; 2. 99X-Dalton Stevens[6]; 3. 71-Colby Estes[2]; 4. 3S-Stephen Smith[7]; 5. 21-Michelle Parson[4]; 6. 33-Mike Merrell[3]; 7. 51-Jim Gardner[1] A Feature (20 Laps): 1. #1-Justin Zimmerman[5]; 2. 1-Paul White[4]; 3. 22X-Steven Shebester[11]; 4. 91-Cody Price[6]; 5. 31-Mason Smith[2]; 6. 72-Harli White[13]; 7. 3S-Stephen Smith[9]; 8. 71-Colby Estes[10]; 9. 57-Chase Parson[7]; 10. 118-Scott Evans[17]; 11. 21-Michelle Parson[15]; 12. 51X-Ben Saye[21]; 13. 18-Devon Debrick[19]; 14. 33-Mike Merrell[18]; 15. 64-Mark Zoeller[14]; 16. 51-Jim Gardner[22]; 17. 99X-Dalton Stevens[1]; 18. 48-Caden McCreary[8]; 19. 79X-Keith Martin[3]; 20. 24-TJ Herrell[16]; 21. 52-JD Fry[12]; 22. (DNS) 44-Jason Howell
  19. IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National Point Standings through April 8 IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Cars – 1. Marcus Thomas, Corsicana, Texas, 267; 2. Ryan Delisle, Fresno, Calif., 194; 3. Colby Stubblefield, Seagoville, Texas, 193; 4. Ryan Rocha, Hanford, Calif., 182; 5. Austin Saunders, Haslet, Texas, 178; 6. Chris Kelly, Oklahoma City, Okla., 171; 7. Richard Weddle, Visalia, Calif., 165; 8. Tyler Gray, Templeton, Calif., 157; 9. Lane Taylor, McKenna, Wash., and Austin Mundie, Crandall, Texas, both 152; 11. Justin Clark, Hamersville, Ohio, 150; 12. Tyler Drueke, Eagle, Neb., 147; 13. Jesse "Chip" Graham, Lewisville, Texas, 145; 14. Chase Brewer, Waxahachie, Texas, 143; 15. Jeff Oliver, Pendergrass, Ga., 138; 16. Alison Slaton, Edmond, Okla., 136; 17. Brandon Stidham, Kerman, Calif., 134; 18. Justin Fifield, Mesquite, Texas, 133; 19. Joe Bob Lee, Cache, Okla., and Kevin Barnes, Fresno, Calif., both 132. KMJ Performance State Standings California – 1. Ryan Delisle, Fresno, Calif., 194; 2. Ryan Rocha, Hanford, Calif., 182; 3. Richard Weddle, Visalia, Calif., 165; 4. Tyler Gray, Templeton, Calif., 157; 5. Lane Taylor, McKenna, Washington, 152; 6. Brandon Stidham, Kerman, Calif., 134; 7. Kevin Barnes, Fresno, Calif., 132; 8. Philip Heynen, Visalia, Calif., 131; 9. Brandon Emmett, Caruthers, Calif., 122; 10. Brooklyn Holland, Kerman, Calif., 116. Louisiana – 1. Christopher Townsend, Cleveland, Texas, 39; 2. Dustyn Welch, Bryan, Texas, 37; 3. Trey Schmidt, Conroe, Texas, 36; 4. Daniel King, Conroe, Texas, 34; 5. Kent Lewis Sr., Willis, Texas, 33; 6. Rod Craddock, Alvin, Texas, 29; 7. Randy Noble, Spring, Texas, 28; 8. Austin Smith, Tatum, Texas, 27. New Jersey – 1. Kevin Nagy, Wind Gap, Pa., 40; 2. David Brown, Aston, Pa., 39; 3. Domenic Melair, Warrington, Pa., 38; 4. Rory Janney, Estell Manor, N.J., 37; 5. Bryant Davis, Norwood, Pa., 36; 6. Larry McVay, Bordentown, N.J., 35; 7. Zackery Bealer, Lehighton, Pa., 34; 8. Cody West, Boyertown, Pa., 33; 9. Jon Brennfleck, Ewing, N.J., 32; 10. Edward Wagner III, Newfield, N.J., 31. North Carolina – 1. Justin Clark, Hamersville, Ohio, 78; 2. Sean Vardell, Taylorsville, N.C., and Jeff Oliver, Pendergrass, Ga., both 75; 4. Alysha Bay, Canandaigua, N.Y., and Brandon McLain, Indian Trail, N.C., both 68; 6. Jeremy Kornbau, Hermitage, Pa., 67; 7. Jeffrey Weaver, Lock Haven, Pa., 66; 8. John Walp, Wapwallopen, Pa., 61; 9. Daniel Oliver, Pendergrass, Ga., 60; 10. Darryl Ruggles, Canandaigua, N.Y., 58. Oklahoma – 1. Chris Kelly, Oklahoma City, Okla., 143; 2. Alison Slaton, Edmond, Okla., 136; 3. Joe Bob Lee, Cache, Okla., 132; 4. Tanner Conn, Oklahoma City, Okla., 75; 5. Tyler Drueke, Eagle, Neb., 72; 6. Jeremy Allen, Blanchard, Okla., 65; 7. Brady Courtney, Carnegie, Okla., and Austin Saunders, Haslet, Texas, both 63; 9. Morgan Fletcher, Lawton, Okla., and Dane Fields, Lawton, Okla., both 62. Pennsylvania – 1. Douglas Dodson, Middletown, Pa., Ken Duke, Winfield, Pennsylvania, and Devin Ad­ams, Lebanon, Pa., each 70; 4. Mikell McGee, Doylesburg, Pa., 66; 5. David Grube, York Haven, Pa., 59; 6. Jaremi Hanson, Dillsburg, Pa., 57; 7. Justin Clark, Hamersville, Ohio, 54; 8. Domenic Melair, Warrington, Pa., 49; 9. Kassidy Kreitz, Sinking Spring, Pa., 48; 10. Kyle Colwell, Knox, Pa., and Daren Bolac, Moyock, N.C., both 47. Texas – 1. Marcus Thomas, Corsicana, Texas, 267; 2. Colby Stubblefield, Seagoville, Texas, 193; 3. Austin Mundie, Crandall, Texas, 152; 4. Chase Brewer, Waxahachie, Texas, 143; 5. Justin Fifield, Mesquite, Texas, 133; 6. Daniel (D.J.) Estes, Fort Worth, Texas, 124; 7. Robert Vetter, Wolfe City, Texas, 117; 8. Joseph Kasper, Rowlett, Texas, 116; 9. Austin Saunders, Haslet, Texas, 115; 10. Kevin Ramey, Fort Worth, Texas, and Jesse "Chip" Graham, Lewisville, Texas, both 113.
  20. IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National Point Standings through April 8 IMCA Modifieds – 1. Chaz Baca, Mesa, Ariz., 872; 2. Ethan Dotson, Bakersfield, Calif., 565; 3. Tanner Black, Otis, Kan., 557; 4. Kollin Hibdon, Pahrump, Nev., 529; 5. Bricen James, Albany, Ore., 525; 6. Tim Ward, Chandler, Ariz., 520; 7. Casey Arneson, Fargo, N.D., 435; 8. Cody Laney, Torrance, Calif., 427; 9. William Miller, Yuma, Ariz., 425; 10. Kelsie Foley, Tucson, Ariz., and Grey Ferrando, Stayton, Ore., both 371; 12. Russell Allen, Brawley, Calif., 370; 13. Kellen Chadwick, Oakley, Calif., 367; 14. Jerry Flippo, Bakersfield, Calif., 341; 15. Chris Morris, Taylor, Texas, 335; 16. Ryan Roath, Peoria, Ariz., 325; 17. Kelly Johnson, Peoria, Ariz., 322; 18. Zachary Madrid, Phoenix, Ariz., 318; 19. Casey Skyberg, Rapid City, S.D., 299; 20. Spencer Wilson, Minot, N.D., 295. IMCA Sunoco Late Models – 1. Lester Siebert, York, Neb., 40; 2. Jason Humphrey, Giltner, Neb., 39; 3. Travis Dickes, Madison, Neb., 38; 4. Ben Sukup, Norfolk, Neb., 37; 5. Kyle Prauner, Norfolk, Neb., 36; 6. Alex Banks, Newman Grove, Neb., 35; 7. Todd Buller, Henderson, Neb., 34; 8. Denton Duncan, Ravenna, Neb., 33; 9. Jacob Kubicka, Juniata, Neb., 32; 10. Andrew Tilley, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 31. IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Cars – 1. Marcus Thomas, Corsicana, Texas, 267; 2. Ryan Delisle, Fresno, Calif., 194; 3. Colby Stubblefield, Seagoville, Texas, 193; 4. Ryan Rocha, Hanford, Calif., 182; 5. Austin Saunders, Haslet, Texas, 178; 6. Chris Kelly, Oklahoma City, Okla., 171; 7. Richard Weddle, Visalia, Calif., 165; 8. Tyler Gray, Templeton, Calif., 157; 9. Lane Taylor, McKenna, Wash., and Austin Mundie, Crandall, Texas, both 152; 11. Justin Clark, Hamersville, Ohio, 150; 12. Tyler Drueke, Eagle, Neb., 147; 13. Jesse "Chip" Graham, Lewisville, Texas, 145; 14. Chase Brewer, Waxahachie, Texas, 143; 15. Jeff Oliver, Pendergrass, Ga., 138; 16. Alison Slaton, Edmond, Okla., 136; 17. Brandon Stidham, Kerman, Calif., 134; 18. Justin Fifield, Mesquite, Texas, 133; 19. Joe Bob Lee, Cache, Okla., and Kevin Barnes, Fresno, Calif., both 132. IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars – 1. Aaron Spangler, Dove Creek, Colo., 710; 2. D.J. Werkmeister, Mesa, Ariz., 637; 3. Larry Brigner, Apache Junction, Ariz., 491; 4. A.J. Dancer, Red Rock, Texas, 448; 5. Scott Sluka, Casa Grande, Ariz., 444; 6. Zachary Madrid, Phoenix, Ariz., 424; 7. Andrew Burg, Maricopa, Ariz., 382; 8. Bo Partain, Casa Grande, Ariz., 379; 9. George Fronsman, Surprise, Ariz., 335; 10. Tony Hill, Cortez, Colo., 330; 11. Bubba Stafford Jr., Wittmann, Ariz., and Joe O'Bryan, Taylor, Texas, both 325; 13. Jeffrey Abbey, Belton, Texas, 324; 14. Jeffrey Carpenter, Florence, Ariz., 321; 15. Nicholas Johnson, Bakersfield, Calif., 317; 16. Hunter Cavanagh, Mesa, Ariz., 307; 17. Kyle Heckman, Bakersfield, Calif., 305; 18. Jason Batt, Harker Heights, Texas, 302; 19. Shelby Williams, Bonham, Texas, 286; 20. J.C. Parmeley, Peoria, Ariz., 272. IMCA STARS Mod Lites – 1. Kaden Cochrun, Bakersfield, Calif., 333; 2. J.D. Brown, Bakersfield, Calif., 263; 3. Collin Bender, Mesa, Ariz., 221; 4. Michael Phay, Buckeye, Ariz., 199; 5. Sean Conyers, Phoenix, Ariz., 192; 6. Steve Bender, Chandler, Ariz., 184; 7. Brandi Myers, Mesa, Ariz., and Richard Kemp, Phoenix, Ariz., both 181; 9. Jerry LeCompte, Cleveland, Texas, 175; 10. A.J. Whisler, Anthem, Ariz., 171; 11. Mike Schmidt, Gilbert, Ariz., 162; 12. Robert Gonzales, Colona, Ill., 160; 13. Louis Harris, Norfork, Ark., 159; 14. Kyle Berry, Huffman, Texas, 154; 15. Jeremy Buxton, Lumberton, Texas, 152; 16. Chris Lloyd, Apache Junction, Ariz., 150; 17. Dawson Fisher, Hearne, Texas, 148; 18. Gary DeWitt, Mesa, Ariz., 147; 19. Willie Veach Jr., Crosby, Texas, 146; 20. Joe Butler Jr., Splendora, Texas, 145. IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks – 1. Steve Bitting, Phoenix, Ariz., 614; 2. Chandler Dodge, Casa Grande, Ariz., 569; 3. Joshua Cordova, Yuma, Ariz., 509; 4. Joe Peterson, Chandler, Ariz., 458; 5. Scott Tenney, Yuma, Ariz., 437; 6. Brycen Daffern, Brawley, Calif., 383; 7. Charles McDaniel, Phoenix, Ariz., 339; 8. Brian Johnson, Yuma, Ariz., 322; 9. James Robinson, Yuma, Ariz., 278; 10. Zack Tate, Coolidge, Ariz., 267; 11. Matt Olson, Morton, Minn., 263; 12. Brandon Bombardo, Lonsdale, Minn., 257; 13. Shawn Rico, Yuma, Ariz., 236; 14. Jason Duggins, Farmington, N.M., 226; 15. Kyle Williams, Glendale, Ariz., 207; 16. Jared Wilson, Phoenix, Ariz., and Ron Roe, Phoenix, Ariz., both 202; 18. Johnny Madrid, Peoria, Ariz., 190; 19. Eric Knutson, Slater, Iowa, 189; 20. Pete Terwilleger, Moab, Utah, 183. Smiley's Racing Products Southern SportMods – 1. Damon Hammond, Burleson, Texas, 328; 2. Jerrett Bransom, Burleson, Texas, 290; 3. Matthew Day, Farmersville, Texas, 263; 4. G.W. IV Egbert, Belton, Texas, 247; 5. Chad Heath, Lamesa, Texas, 235; 6. James Hanusch, Belton, Texas, 234; 7. Billy Gould Jr., Kingwood, Texas, 225; 8. Taylor Florio, Copperas Cove, Texas, 219; 9. Jason Hubbert, Belton, Texas, 211; 10. Dan Day, Farmersville, Texas, 210; 11. Gary Fox, Fort Worth, Texas, 197; 12. Jake Upchurch, Red Oak, Texas, 194; 13. Tate Butler, Yukon, Okla., 186; 14. Kyle Wilkins, Italy, Texas, 181; 15. Jeff Hauser, Alvarado, Texas, 177; 16. William "Pat" McGuire, Belton, Texas, 168; 17. Vinny Rabozzi, Midlothian, Texas, 160; 18. Chris Cogburn, Robinson, Texas, and Zack Oliva, Moore, Okla., both 158; 20. Brandon Geurin, Robinson, Texas, 155. Karl Kustoms Northern SportMods – 1. Bo Partain, Casa Grande, Ariz., 843; 2. Chris Toth, Holtville, Calif., 602; 3. Camron Spangler, Dove Creek, Colo., 515; 4. Fred Ryland, Brentwood, Calif., 513; 5. Miles Morris, Yuma, Ariz., 465; 6. Chase Alves, Casa Grande, Ariz., 443; 7. Clay Erickson, Glendale, Ariz., and Ty Rogers, Yuma, Ariz., both 426; 9. Erik Laudenschlager, Minot, N.D., 349; 10. Joseph Jock, Mesa, Ariz., and Jimmy Davy, Yuma, Ariz., both 343; 12. David Pitt, Rock Springs, Wy., 340; 13. Troy Householder, Reliance, Wy., 339; 14. Ron Schreiner, Tucson, Ariz., 328; 15. Cam Reimers, Kelley, Iowa, 318; 16. Michael Wells, Pahrump, Nev., 298; 17. Justin Erickson, Glendale, Ariz., 296; 18. Slade Pitt, Rock Springs, Wy., 295; 19. Mark Madrid, Laveen, Ariz., 294; 20. Bryan Miller, Phoenix, Ariz., 277. Mach-1 Sport Compacts – 1. Steve Riojas, Waxahachie, Texas, 217; 2. Keagan Haralson, Lubbock, Texas, 212; 3. Frank Lackey, Joshua, Texas, 208; 4. Sean Leasure, Mansfield, Texas, 199; 5. Michael Trammell II, Decatur, Texas, 198; 6. Thomas Bedrick, Abilene, Texas, 161; 7. Mark Earl, Burleson, Texas, 160; 8. Billy Ayres Jr., Glendale, Ariz., 159; 9. Cody Smith, Fort Worth, Texas, 153; 10. William Creese, Springtown, Texas, 152; 11. Brandon Underwood, Burleson, Texas, 149; 12. Ryan Brooks, Yuma, Ariz., 147; 13. David Hunt, Lakeside, Calif., 146; 14. Josh Werkmeister, Apache Junction, Ariz., and Chase Martin, Springtown, Texas, both 136; 16. James Morehead, Joshua, Texas, 135; 17. Harold Clifton, Stephenville, Texas, 134; 18. Enzo Deckers, Yuma, Ariz., 133; 19. Stephanie Spangler, Dove Creek, Colo., 131; 20. Jesse James, Yuma, Ariz., 125. Junior National Champion – 1. Chandler Dodge, Casa Grande, Ariz., 569; 2. Kollin Hibdon, Pahrump, Nev., 529; 3. Kaden Cochrun, Bakersfield, Calif., 333; 4. Justin Erickson, Glendale, Ariz., 296; 5. Michael Thing Jr., Campo, Calif., 291; 6. Jerrett Bransom, Burleson, Texas, 290; 7. Jake Pike, Pahrump, Nev., 285; 8. Matthew Day, Farmersville, Texas, and J.D. Brown, Bakersfield, Calif., both 263; 10. Thomas Hall Jr., Bellmead, Texas, 254; 11. Tyler Bannister, Bakersfield, Calif., 249; 12. Luke Silber, Laveen, Ariz., Abby Meulebroeck, Gilbert, Ariz., and 17.Keagan Haralson, Lubbock, Texas, each 212; 15. Blake Clark, Joshua, Texas, 211; 16. Sean Leasure, Mansfield, Texas, 199; Michael Trammell II, Decatur, Texas, 198; 18. Ryan Rocha, Hanford, Calif., 182; 19. Austin Saunders, Haslet, Texas, 178; 20. Dallon Murty, Chelsea, Iowa, 174. Lady Eagle – 1. Kelsie Foley, Tucson, Ariz., 371; 2. Taylor Kuehl, Cave Creek, Ariz., 243; 3. Taylor Florio, Copperas Cove, Texas, 219; 4. Abby Meulebroeck, Gilbert, Ariz., 212; 5. Brenda Kirby, New River, Ariz., 206; 6. Marie Curtis, Winnemucca, Nev., 192; 7. Brandi Myers, Mesa, Ariz., 181; 8. Haylee Little, Pahrump, Nev., 162; 9. Ryan Brooks, Yuma, Ariz., 147; 10. Allison Morris, Taylor, Texas, 142; 11. Hannah Miller, Desert Hills, Ariz., 141; 12. Alison Slaton, Edmond, Okla., 136; 13. Stephanie Spangler, Dove Creek, Colo., 131; 14. Miranda Scott, Bakersfield, Calif., 130; 15. Alyssa Smith, Norco, Calif., 125; 16. Brooklyn Holland, Kerman, Calif., 116; 17. Nicole Torres, Burleson, Texas, 94; 18. Lisa Taylor, Spring Creek, Nev., 93; 19. Morghan Johnson, Fayetteville, N.C., 91; 20. Candi Varney, Bakersfield, Calif., and Britny Hardy, Mansfield, Texas, both 80.
  21. INFIELD CAMPING RETURNS TO NO LIMITS, TEXAS FOR INDYCAR, NASCAR ALL-STAR WEEKENDS FORT WORTH, Texas (April 8, 2021) – After a year of staying indoors, Texas Motor Speedway is proud to announce the return of infield camping for the upcoming NTT INDYCAR SERIES doubleheader and NASCAR All-Star Race weekends as part of the 25th Season of Speed celebrations at No Limits, Texas. RV’s and fifth wheels will once again pull through the speedway’s south tunnel to park and set up in the Geico Infield Campground on the east side of Allison Avenue. The outdoor adventure begins with the May 1 Genesys 300 and May 2 XPEL 375 NTT INDYCAR SERIES doubleheader and continues through the June 12-13 NASCAR All-Star weekend. “We couldn’t be happier to welcome our great race fans back to the Geico Infield Campground for two amazing weekends of the best auto racing in the world during our 25th Season of Speed,” said Texas Motor Speedway President and General Manager Eddie Gossage. “Infield camping at Texas Motor Speedway is an experience unto itself so we’ve missed the race fans being in the infield as much as they’ve missed being here.” The following protocols will be implemented for the safety and security of Texas Motor Speedway patrons: · RV/Camper searches will be required for all Geico Infield Campground campers. Inspections will be held in the Express parking lot just outside the south tunnel. · NASCAR and the NTT INDYCAR SERIES will continue to operate within a “bubble” on the west side of the infield for the safety of all teams and industry members. Geico Infield Campground campers and fans must remain on the east side of Allison Avenue for the duration of the event weekends. · Due to the infield shower/restroom buildings as well as the Barr Tunnel (underground tunnel to/from the grandstands) being located on the west side of the infield, access will not be allowed for the May and June event weekends. Texas Motor Speedway opens its 2021 major event season May 1-2 with an NTT INDYCAR SERIES doubleheader. The Genesys 300 will air live May 1 on NBCSN beginning at 6 p.m. CT while the XPEL 375 will air live May 2 on NBCSN beginning at 4 p.m. CT. TICKETS: Tickets for Texas Motor Speedway’s 2021 major event season, including the June 13 NASCAR All-Star Race, are on sale now at http://www.texasmotorspeedway.com.
  22. Griffith Sweeps Easter Bunny Weekend Wins At Hickory HICKORY, NC (April 3) –Derek Griffith withstood a race-long battle with Joey Polewarcyzk to take the win for the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Models Saturday night in the 16th Annual Easter Bunny 150 at Hickory Motor Speedway. With his win, Griffith swept the weekend twins to become the first driver since Preston Peltier to score back-to-back Easter Bunny 150 wins. "They definitely made me work harder for it tonight, I knew Joey [Polewarcyzk] was on rails and he would be tough to beat," said Griffith after his second straight PASS National Championship win. "I was trying to save my stuff a little, better than I did last night, and bide my time but Joey was tough, and luckily I had enough at the end.” Griffith started the 150-lap race in fourth after having the fastest lap in qualifying and like Friday night, Carson Hocevar jumped out to the lead from the pole position. But, by lap 17, Polewarcyzk had reeled in Hocevar to take the lead. Hocevar’s night would end shortly after when his car came to a stop on lap 59 with engine problems. On the restart, Griffith would get the advantage from the outside of row one to take the lead away from Polewarcyzk for the first time. They ran nose-to-tail for the next several laps, joined by DJ Shaw and Mike Hopkins. On lap 97, Polewarcyxk challenged Griffith for the lead in turn one, but in turn three Shaw would poke the nose of his Ford to the inside of Polewarcyzk. The two made contact, causing Shaw to spin and bring out the second caution of the race. Following a backstretch spin by Jeremy Miller on lap 112, Polewarcyzk was able to wrestle the lead away from Griffith. The hardest crash of the night waved just two laps later when Evan Hallstrom broke something in the rear end of his car entering turn three. Hallstrom would spin and collect Trevor Sanborn, while Ben Rowe slammed hard into the outside wall as he tried to avoid the spinning cars. On the restart, Griffith powered back by Polewarcyzk and would never look back. Griffith led the rest of the way to take the win over Polewarcyzk, Hopkins, Shaw, and Jake Matheson. Rounding out the top 10 were Cory Casagrande, Lucas Ransone, Ryan Kuhn, Travis Benjamin, and Gabe Brown. The next PASS National Championship Super Late Model race will be on Saturday, April 10th at Connecticut’s Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park as part of the Icebreaker weekend. For technical information concerning all PASS divisions please send questions to passracing@roadrunner.com. And, don’t forget to “Like” the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.
  23. Pro Modifieds 1. 21 Jason Marshall, 35 laps 2. 148C Max Calles, 35 3. 66 Logan Bearden, 35 4. 5 Christopher Hogan 35 5. 30 Memphis Villareal, 35 6. 96 Chase Schubert, 35 7. 11 Shelby Huff, 35 8. 70 Sonny Hunt, 35 9. 37 AJ Wernette, 34 10. 18 Jason Ferre, Sr, 34 11. 6 Wayne Wappes, 33 12. 26 Bob Slezinsky, 11 13. 500 Jake Thomasson, 2 14. 4 Chris Ehrardt, 0 15. 54 Clayton Green, 0 Pro Trucks 1. 48 Jake Wright, 35 laps 2. 82 Anthony Monroe, 35 3. 31 David Webster, 35 4. 27 Enrique Ferrer, 35 5. 9 Brett Boyd, 35 6. 14 Michelle Reininger, 34 7. 5 Gordon Taylor, 31 8. 11 EJ Fitzgerald, 4 Outlaws 1. 7 Chris Schild, 30 laps 2. 17 Robert Barker, 30 3. 71 Deed Dupont, 30 4. 17a Mike Pollaro, 29 5. 51 Cordell Secreast, 0 Super Stocks 1. 00 Beau Bukowski, 25 laps 2. 44 Damon Bean, 25 3. 12 Kelly Reininger, 25 4. 22 Corey Winne, 25 5. 89 Brandon Moeller, 25 6. #52 John Winne, 0 Eco Stocks 1. 76 Will Planter, 30 laps 2. 51 Brent Devoti, 30 3. 48 Travis Adams, 30 4. 8 Eric Wilson, 30 5. ? 6. 45 Jim Stohr, 30 7. 58 Wesley Evans, 30 8. 96 Larry Baker, 30 9. 55 Skylar Peels, 30 10. 68 Jaron Watkin. 30 11. 74 Mike Mecum , 30 12. 5 Josh Jordan, 30 13. 2 ? , 29 14. 3 Robert Gibson, 29 15. 92 Jessica Stohr, 28 16. 30 Brian O'Neal, 27 17. 911 Josh Crow, 27 18. 13 Payton Menard, 25 19. ? 20. 72 Soren Rasmussen, 24 21. 25 Nick Click, 22 22. 83 Casey Devoti, 20 Lone Star Legacys 1. 73 Drew Simental, 20 laps 2. 1 Ethan Barker, 20 3. 7 James Remore , 20 4. 54 Ty Hymel, 20 5. 48 Mike Knotts, 20 6. 9 Joshua Maxey, 20 7. 3 Delbert May, 20 8. 55 John Miesen, 20 9. 44 Austin Bean, 19 10. 17 Colton Nicol, 19 11. 37 Jaida Simental, 18 12. 5 Jeff Meeks, 17 13. 78 Gregory Sipes, 4 14. 18 Mike Steinman, 0 NasKarts 1. 23 Corey O'Donnell, 20 laps 2. 93 Chad Rogers, 20 3. 18 Travis Roderick, 20 4. 80 Kaleb Kries, 20 5. 3 Caleb Eichler, 20 6. 29 Marty Kries, 20 7. 73 Travis Berger, 19 8. 48 Delbert May, 17 9. 46 Mike Steinman, 12 10. 22 Carson Green, 9
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