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  1. This got posted today.....Not sure when it was taken....I'm thinking that old building in the background is one of the two right alongside the service road perhaps.
  2. https://www.attendstar.com/monster-truck-wars-fredericksburg/?fbclid=IwAR0Sji7zcGubdhBvh9nzHtb3R2w5YxsB1qBr2UOp1f3UZWUnOopeKIHb-Po GILLESPIE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS 530 Fair Drive Fredericksburg, TX 78624 ** APRIL 17TH, 2021 ** OUTLAW Famous for it's WILD style, Outlaw is a 2020 Ford F250 that gets BIG AIR on the ragged edge freestyles! Outlaw is driven by 15 year veteran Michael Harper out of Fort Worth, TX. Harper is a 6X Freestyle Champion who has also mentored several NASCAR drivers throughout their careers! BUY TICKETS BEAR FOOT Bear Foot is a 2020 Ford F150, driven by 3X World Racing Champion Mark Cole. Mark is known for being one of the best racers in modern history. Former crew chief for Maximum Destruction, Mark Cole holds the world record for fastest pass in history! CHECK IT OUT RIDE ON A REAL MONSTER TRUCK!! RIDE ON A REAL MONSTER TRUCK! Get a chance to ride on a real monster truck! "SERGEANT SMASH" MONSTER TRUCK will be selling rides throughout the Big show! *Monster Truck Ride Truck requires a completely separate purchased ticket - it is not included with any other admission ticket such as Pit Party or VIP ticket. Ride Truck ticket can only be purchased on the day of show at the location where the Ride Truck loads & unloads passengers. Fee per person is $10 per ride - cash only. Ride Truck is not recommended for small infants KIDS LOVE IT! - BUY TICKETS QUAD RACING QUAD RACING.... See the Pros in wheel-to-wheel racing action as TEAM USA challenges TEAM MEXICO on our fast track for a big cash purse and bragging rights! POWERWHEEL RACES Kids can be a part of the Monster Truck Show! Parents must bring the Powerwheel. Kids ages 3 to 9. Spaces are limited! Call 480-881-2375 to reserve your spot early BUY TICKETS - LET'S GO! BUY TICKETS - START YOUR ENGINES! COME TO THE PIT PARTY !! Pre-Show Meet & Greet PIT PARTY with Kid's FUN ZONE! Get a chance to meet the Drivers...Get up close to huge Monster Trucks & see the track up close where all the Monster Trucks battles happen...Kids can enjoy the BOUNCE HOUSE at our Kid's FUN ZONE! Tickets only available in advance on-line, or purchase at show Merchandise Stand. Admission Only $5.00...cash only at Merchandise Stand. A GREAT EVENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY - BUY TICKETS Featuring FOUR "4" NATIONAL TV MONSTER TRUCKS WORLD FAMOUS - OUTLAW 3x WORLD CHAMPION - BEAR FOOT DIRECT FROM MEXICO CITY - EL OSO LOCO FROM TOMBSTONE, AZ - SHERIFF See these Giant Monster Trucks as seen on National TV battle it out in non-stop - head to head competition!! Watch as they compete in earth-shaking, ground-pounding, high flying excitement! The DIRT is gonna FLY! ARE YOU READY? - BUY TICKETS
  3. That might have been from the Monster Truck show they had a couple weeks ago?....I know they were looking for help to move some grandstands.
  4. IHRA Summit Super Series Hot Rod Bracket Race @ Alamo City Motorplex 3/27/21 By JM Hallas Marion, TX.,(March 27th, 2021) Something old, something new highlights the beginning of the 2021 season at Alamo City Motorplex. After several successful big shows, including the 'Battle of the Alamo' No-Prep event, the Extreme Monster Truck show, Project Torque Truck Shootout, to name a few. This week starts the 2021 bracket race series. The latest announcement came just this week as ACM again joined up with IHRA sanctioning in a multi-year deal. This marks the return of the IHRA Summit Super Series Bracket races giving drivers points leading up to the Summit Team Finals and Summit Super Series World Finals held at the end of the season. This Saturday kicked off the IHRA SSS points season with a double points show on the 1/8 mile track just east of San Antonio. Despite the cloudy conditions it was more like an early summer day with air temperatures in mid 80s, although track temps were kept in check by the cloud cover. It was quite an opening night for the ACM bracket series points chase with over 125 cars signing in for action, one of the largest fields in some time. Box(Top ET) The Queen Retains Her Crown After a successful 2020 season and her points championship, Candace Ritter(Cibolo) started off 2021 with bang taking home the win over Jaime Longoria jr.(San Antonio) in the Box(Top ET) Finals. Longoria in the Chevy powered S&W Chassis went .001 red handing the victory to C. Ritter in her Simpson Racing Products, Rehrer & Morrison, 2001 Undercover Chassis. Candace Ritter(4.85) 5.209 @ 105.31 defeats Jamie Longoria jr.(5.43) 10.695 @ 35.36(red light) “It was tough for everyone tonight,” said Ritter. “My car usually goes straight and true, but tonight I had to drive it. There were a lot of red lights. I don't know how many(wins) I had from them, it seemed like a lot.(4 wins by red light) On her way to the finals C. Ritter took out J. Nobles, Mike Pearson, Jeremy Wenske, Kip Scharf and got a round 6 bye. Longoria bested Jerry Longoria, D. Decker, Kip Scharf, Shawn Neidig, Cole Herbold and Scott Ball in semi's. No-Box(Mod ET) The No-Box finals had a couple San Antonio guys make it to the finals, Wendall Dockery and Mike Montoya. Dockery, in his D&E Glass Company, 69 Camaro got a huge advantage on the starting line to get the win over M. Montoya in his 70 Dodge Challenger. Wendall Dockery(6.77) 6.814 @ 101.28 defeats Mike Montoya(6.63) 6.650 @ 102.95 Dockery trailered David Bixler, Joe Menke, D. Casey, Gabriel Hernandez and Schneider. M. Montoya lost in round 1 to J. Connealy, bought back and got past Hunter Herbold, Matt McInnis, Mike Zampese, Lee Miller and Tim Ray. Sportsman A long time ACM racer “Weird” Harold Shimek(Seguin) scored the victory in Sportsman in a close race over Ronald Gordner. Shimek got 1/100th off the line in his Camaro and beat R. Gordner's 2015 Dodge Challenger Scat-Pak by another 1/100th at the stripe. Harold Shimek(7.50) 7.560 @ 85.96 defeats Ronald Gordner(7.85) 7.924 @ 88.11 Shimek got around Rhett Floyd, T. Johnson, John Villeneuva and had a round 4 bye. R. Gordner beat B. Gordner(twice), Daniel Cleveland and had a round 5 bye. Motorcycle Two Hayabusas faced off in the Motorcycle finals with Don Hrometz(Temple) going at it against Casey Baugh(West) in the Baughs Out Racing bike. Baugh tried to trim the tree but went .008 red giving the win to Hrometz at the start. Don Hrometz(5.88) 5.905 @ 117.89 defeats Casey Baugh(6.25) 6.277 @ 111.22 Hrometz put out James Marlett, and Whitworth plus a round 2 bye. Baugh had a bye in the semi's and got by James Monaco and W. Keele Jr. Dragster A field of 20 Jr. Dragsters got whittled down to the finals for a rematch between Jordan Suckow(Thorndale) and Tyler Janousek(Pflugerville). Janousek went .012 red giving the win to Suckow in his 2018 Jr.Racecar in a 'what coulda been' race as Suckow ran it through and broke out. Jordan Suckow(7.95) 7.943 @ 81.24 defeats Tyler Janousek(8.99) 9.222 @ 66.13 Suckow defeated H. Pavlock, C. Nelson, and Janousek in round 1 with a round 3 bye. Janousek rebought after losing round 1 to Suckow then beat C. Garceau, S. Rufenacht, R. Picha and A. Rogers.
  5. I didn't travel the whole property yesterday while I was there, but I didn't notice it where I did see. It might be in old spectator parking area along I-10 frontage road.
  6. Alamo City Motorplex, IHRA Reach Multi-Year Sanction Agreement Wednesday, 24 March 2021 WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Alamo City Motorplex and the International Hot Rod Association have reunited with a multi-year sanctioning agreement. The facility switches back to IHRA sanction for the 2021 season after two seasons running under NHRA sanction. It gives racers at Alamo City, known as the premier drag strip in South Texas, the opportunity to participate in the IHRA Summit SuperSeries, the premier program for grassroots racers in North America. “We are honored that the facility has put its trust in IHRA and are giving their racers a chance to participate in the IHRA sportsman-focused programs,” said Division 4, 6 & 7 Director Frank Kohutek. “IHRA has a long history with this facility and I’m excited that they will be rejoining IHRA Division 4 and sending racers to the Summit Team Finals and Summit SuperSeries World Finals once again.” Alamo City Motorplex is located in Marion, Texas just 30 minutes outside of San Antonio. Alamo City Motorplex features a 1/4-mile dragstrip and a 1/8-mile dirt flat track. Amenities for racers and fans include RV Parking, fuel station, kids play park, road course, off-road course and camping. The track also won the IHRA Division 4 Summit Team Finals track championship in 2014. For more information about Alamo City Motorplex click here. To become an IHRA member visit IHRA.com or call (561) 337-3446.
  7. I-37 Speedway, 3-20-21 By JM Hallas Pleasanton, TX.,(March 20th, 2021) Spring Swing begins. I-37 Speedway kicks off the start of spring 2021 with a full slate of regular classes scheduled on the ¼ mile, semi-banked, dirt track south of San Antonio. All six classes were in action(IMCA Modifieds, Late Models, Limited Modifieds, Factory Stocks and Sport Compacts) on the speedway while the Go-Karts took to the infield track for racing. Maupin the Man in Modified Main New San Antonio resident, Jared Maupin, once again put on a show in the IMCA Modified main event. As green flew it was Robby Minten grabbing the early lead with Maupin(from inside third row) quickly up to second ahead of Brandon Welker, Talon Minten and Ryan Doyon. Behind them it was three wide for seventh between Cody Tidwell, Rick Green and Raymond McSpadden. Tidwell came out with the advantage then took fifth from Lawrence Mikulencak and Doyon getting third from T. Minten after Welker retired his ride from the top five. Maupin, using the high side, put the pressure on R. Minten getting by on lap 5, while T. Minten retook a spot from Doyon. At the crossed flags it was Maupin, by a full straightaway, R. Minten, T. Minten, Doyon and Tidwell. Matt Banker looped it on lap 10 for a quick caution rebunching the field. Maupin quickly got out leaving T. Minten, R. Minten Tidwell and Doyon scrambling for second. Tidwell had just taken second and Doyon getting fourth when M. Banker spun again erasing the passes. Again Maupin cleared the pack with R. Minten and Tidwell wheel to wheel for second. R. Minten held the spot with Doyon going by Tidwell for third. Doyon then moved in on R. Minten for second and as they ran side by side, Maupin in his Rick Pollaro owned, RNM Install, BMF Shocks & Chassis, All in Designs, Mission Auto Parts, 604 crate, Longhorn Chassis pulled away for the victory. “This is a hot rod,” exclaimed Maupin. “It drives pretty easy. It makes it easy going to the front. It's a Cadillac!” I know if I do everything right I can pull back away. There's always that voice in the back of your head, 'don't mess up.' When we have to bunch back up you just want to hit your marks and put the gap back on them.” “Starting in fifth, I was going to do the opposite of what they did in front of me. They went to the bottom, and after watching some of the Factory Stock race, I saw the top was coming in. You kind of have to search and the top was coming in perfect.” “The Limited Modified race being first absolutely helped me and gave me a huge advantage. You know what works, what doesn't work. That's part of the reason I went straight to the top.” “The cars all go home with my dad, to the valley. He's the maintenance guy, he's the reason they run so good. I just tweak on them at the track. I've seen some big names using the load sticks so it's no big secret. I don't know that we've learned that much, but it gives us an idea where we sit and helps us get back if we get out of whack on set up.” Price Chevrolet IMCA Modifieds 96 Jared Maupin, 24r Robby Minten, 5r Ryan Doyon, 17 Cody Tidwell, 14t Talon Minten, 48r Raymond McSpadden, 82 Rick Green, 377 Don Banker, 1377 Matt Banker, bd1 Lawrence Mikulencak, 44k Brandon Welker, 7 Stephen Boubel---dns IMCA Modified heats Heat 1; 14t Talon Minten, 96 Jared Maupin, bd1 Lawrence Mikulencak, 48r Raymond McSpadden, 24r Robby Minten, 377 Don Banker Heat 2; 5r Ryan Doyon, 44x Brandon Welker, 82 Rick Green, 17 Cody Tidwell, 1377 Matt Banker, 7 Stephen Boubel Mikulencak on the Money Again At the start of the 15-lap Limited Modified feature it was Edward Oakes getting off turn 2 with the lead ahead of Mikulencak, Craig Oakes, Jared Maupin and Nathan Oakes making it three generations of Oakes in the top five. N. Oakes would spin on lap 2 collecting Tom Grothues for a caution. On the restart C. Oakes got around Mikulencak for second but got loose in turn 3 giving the spot back to Mikulencak. E. Oakes began to slow on lap 4 with Mikulencak going by for the lead on lap 5 while Grotheus worked his way past Maupin for fourth. At halfway it was Mikulencak, C. Oakes, Grothues, Maupin and Johnny Brown in the top five. Brown and N. Oakes had separate spins in turns 3 and 4 for mid-point caution. Mikulencak got away on green leaving Grothues looking inside C. Oakes for second, but not finding an opening. As the laps wound down, C. Oakes changed his line in turns 3-4 closing the gap on Mikulencak with Maupin retaking a spot from Grothues. C. Oakes gave it the ol' college try in the final laps but couldn't get close enough leaving Mikulencak(Corpus Christi) to snag his second victory in the Aramendia Motorsports, Ace Transmission, Premier Minerals, GT Sirozotti Excavating, Winco Plumbing, L87 Speedway, RPM Equipment, Screen Pro Graphics, All in Designs, ARP Race Engines, IRP Chassis. “It's a great feeling,” commented Mikulencak. “This year has started out strong. I can't thank Joe(Aramendia) enough, the crew, Derrick, my family, my wife, it's been a great deal so far. Joe has given me a good piece to work with and I've got no excuses to be behind. We're doing everything we can.” “It's kind of hard to say if I had had anything for Edward(Oakes). He got the flat so early I hadn't had the chance to feel the track out. We were just maintaining and I was starting to search around and we got that caution. We got by him so fast after the restart I figured something had to have happened. Sorry for his bad luck, but luckily we were able to knock another one out.” “I felt the bottom would be good early. It was rough though and if you didn't hit it right I felt like I was giving up more time than I was making. I went to the top just try to click off some consistent laps. I backed off a little towards the end trying not to use the tires up in case there was a late caution. The top felt like it was slowing down at the end, but not knowing how far behind me a car was it's hard to change.” Swenson Racing Products Limited Modifieds 79 Marcus Mikulencak, 53 Craig Oakes, 96 Jared Maupin, 11t Tom Grothues, 76 Michael Carlock, 21 Nathan Oakes, 24r Johnny Brown, 91 Edward Oakes, 95 Sterling Tausch---dns Limited Modified heats Heat 1; 79 Marcus Mikulencak, 21 Nathan Oakes, 76 Michael Carlock, 24r Johnny Brown, 95 Sterling Tausch Heat 2; 91 Edward Oakes, 53 Craig Oakes, 96 Jared Maupin, 11t Tom Grothues Brzozowski Breaks Away for Late Model Loot. As green waved on the 20-lap Late Model feature it was track champ, Frank Okruhlik, getting the edge over Brandon Brzozowski, Landon Sowder, Kody Hardage and Ryan Doyon. Brzozowski and Okruhlik were door to door for lead on lap 2 with Brzozowski getting the nod on lap 3 by a nose. Okruhlik continued to try to fight back on the outside, while Hardage got past Sowder for third. Jason Kelly had a spin on lap 4 to bring out a yellow that saw Barry Quade get into Alton Fambro on the restart, in turn 2, sending them both around. Finally back to green Brzozowski and Okruhlik got away from the pack. At the crossed flags it was Brzozowski, starting to gap Okruhlik, Hardage, Sowder and Fambro in the top five. As the field spread out, Brzozowski(La Vernia) in the his Billy Bobs Repair, Lone Star Pressure Equipment, Mo Bags Suspension & Technology, Texas Industrial Radiator, All in Designs, Magnum, Pressure Pro, Schaeffers Oil, 604 crate, Rocket XR1 Chassis, continued to build his lead to almost a half track at the finish. Okruhlik had his motor lay down the final lap giving up second to Hardage. “Once I knew I was clear of him I could run the line I wanted,” said Brzozowski. “I wanted to leave him(Frank Okruhlik) a lane and race him clean. He always races me clean.” “I tried a couple different spots on the track to see if I was giving something up on restarts. You don't know how much lead you have. I don't know if I've got a big lead or if they're right on my bumper. You have to assume that they're right there. I just keep driving, hit my marks and being smooth.” “It's the same car we had last year. It's a 2016 Rocket XR1. Mo Bags Suspension & Technology has helped us out a lot. We picked up five wins in it last year. It looks like it's going to be a good year, this year, too.” Nogalitos Gear Late Models 104 Brandon Brzozowski, 12 Kody Hardage, 99 Frank Okruhlik, 10 Landon Sowder, 08 Alton Fambro, 19 Barry Quade, 57 Jason Kelly, 5r Ryan Doyon, 53x Matt Fox Late Model heats Heat 1; 99 Frank Okruhlik, 12 Kody Hardage, 10 Landon Sowder, 19 Barry Quade, 53x Matt Fox Heat 2; 104 Brandon Brzozowski, 08 Alton Fambro, 5r Ryan Doyon, 57 Jason Kelly Gaither Grabs First Dirt Win It didn't take long for the action to get started in the 20-lap Factory Stock feature with Dillon Gaither, Allen Alexander and Brandon Gaither going three wide for the lead. Alexander got the edge on lap 1 trailed by B. Gaither, D. Gaither, Travis Slavik and Johnny Westfall, Michael Keylich, Roy Long three wide for fifth. B. Gaither was able to sneak by Alexander for the lead on lap 2 with Alexander going around collecting D. Gaither sending Alexander to the tail. On the restart. B. Gaither got a good lead with more three abreast action in mid-pack. Westfall was able to take third from Slavik bringing Aaron Leddy along to fourth. Coming to halfway it was B. Gaither, Westfall, D. Gaither, Leddy and Kasey Krauss in the top five. George Quintanilla went around on lap 12 to bring out a yellow erasing B. Gaither's lead. As B. Gaither got away, Westfall and Leddy ran side by side for second while Krauss got past D. Gaither for fourth. Westfall and Leddy continued to slug it out for second giving B. Gaither the chance to regain some distance on them. As the white flag was shown B. Gaither(San Antonio) had pulled out to a half straightaway advantage taking his Kruger Motorsports, Swenson Racing Shocks, Best Race Engines, Geromiller Chassis to the win. “I wasn't going to let my brother one-up me,” said B. Gaither jokingly. “He's the king of the dirt races. I figured I'd get my hand in it too. It didn't take too long to get there. It all just worked out. I was rolling the bottom when Dillon and Allen washed up. There was a hole there, so I took it. Then they got together and Dillon got into me and didn't hurt anything. That's just part of dirt racing.” “I used a lot of laps on iracing to get used to the difference in pavement and dirt racing. That may sound foolish, but just learning to be patient when tracks go slick. It's a lot more finesse on dirt, especially with these cars now days. On pavement you just stab the throttle and drive off straight, it's pretty easy to be honest. With these dirt cars you're up on the wheel most of the time. There's no relaxing for 20 laps, when they go dry like this. “Jake Kruger and Dillon Spreen have really helped me out a bunch. We talk a lot in the shop. I think we've got this one pretty dialed in now. We'll probably find more during the season, but right now I think it's working pretty good.” All in Design Factory Stocks 92 Brandon Gaither, 93 Aaron Leddy, 9 Johnny Westfall, 23k Kasey Krauss, 99d Dillon Gaither, 99 Allen Alexander, 44k Katherine Keylich, 3 Travis Slavik, 20r Ricky Long, 36 George Quintanilla, 49k Michael Keylich, 22 Jacob Crow, 40 Dakota Hurley, 14j Jacoby McElveen, 34h Hunter Peterson---dns, 18s Jarrett Payton---dns, 741 Cameron Starry---dns Factory Stock heats Heat 1; 99d Dillon Gaither, 20r Ricky Long, 9 Johnny Westfall, 49k Michael Keylich, 14j Jacoby McElveen, 18s Jarrett Payton---dns Heat 2; 99 Allen Alexander, 3 Travis Slavik, 741 Cameron Starry, 34h Hunter Peterson, 40 Dakota Hurley, 22 Jacob Crow---dns Heat 3; 92 Brandon Gaither, 36 George Quintanilla, 23k Kasey Krauss, 93 Aaron Leddy, 44k Katherine Keylich Butler Best in “B” Factory stocks Again After grabbing his first I-37 Speedway win last week, Gary Butler(Brunnel, Fla.) backed that up with another convincing victory. As the “B” Factory Stock took the green it was Ronnie Sparks getting the lead over Butler, Levi Hernandez, William Cavender and Johnny Ervin. Butler put the pressure on Sparks early taking looks low in turn 1-2 for a couple laps until Sparks slipped too high allowing Butler to take the lead on lap 4. Cavender then took third from Hernandez with Ervin taking fourth a lap later. At halfway it was Butler, increasing his lead, Sparks, Cavender, Ervin and Hernandez. Hernandez was able to retake fourth from Ervin as the laps clicked off in the 15 lapper. At the white flag Butler held a huge advantage over Sparks easily taking the win in his GWB Painting,1Stop Auto, All Star Properties car. B Factory Stocks 6 Gary Butler, 22 Ronnie Sparks, 15 William Cavender, 6p Levi Hernandez, 44 Johnny Ervin, 18r Chris Vincent, 11 Jonothon McElveen---dntg B Factory Stock heat; 22 Ronnie Sparks, 6 Gary Butler, 6p Levi Hernandez, 15 William Cavender, 44 Johnny Ervin, 18r Chris Vincent, 11 Jonothon McElveen McDonald Makes it Stick Ryan McDonald(Floresville) had a win earlier that was taken away after odd circumstances at the finish of a red flag shortened race saw him forget to go to tech. Tonight he rebounded to pick up another victory, making sure this one would stick. At the start Brandon McCall and Justin Sitterle stayed door to door with McCall having the edge on lap 1 with Sitterle on his hip, McDonald, Michael Burris and Ronnie Schoenfeldt in the top five. Sitterle was able get the bumper out front on lap 2, but it was McDonald getting the point on lap 3. McCall was able to get back by Sitterle for second leaving him three wide with Schoenfeldt and Burris. As McDonald started putting some distance on the field, Jamie Garner worked his way into the top five after having to start near the back after getting high centered on an infield tire during his heat. At the midway point it was McDonald. McCall, Schoenfeldt, Garner and Burris in the top five. Garner was able to get alongside Schoenfeldt and after a 2-lap battle took third. Up front it was McDonald stretching his legs, cruising to the victory in his PRG Realty, Texas Task Force, 181 Paving, Buggy Warehouse, 2004 Chevy Cavalier, by a three-quarter straightaway. “This doesn't make up for the one that got away,” replied McDonald. “Hopefully we'll get some more this year. Everything seems to be working on the car. With all the help from friends and family, we'll be back to do it again.” “Having seat time has helped me a lot this year. I don't worry too much about someone finding a better line until I hear them back there. I just went hard the whole race and kept on going. Lapped traffic is just part of it. It could hold up someone else just as easy as it could me.” Sport Compacts 816 Ryan McDonald, 14 Brandon McCall, 33 Jamie Garner, 8 Ronnie Schoenfeldt, 88 Justin Sitterle, 55 Ryker Hernandez, 14t Shaun Tracy, 007 Aaron Driscoll, 9t John Thomas, 81 Michael Burris, 43 Jennifer Kidd, 32 Joshua Garcia, 15 Devon Surritt, 12 Roy Easler---dns Sport Compact heats Heat 1; 14 Brandon McCall, 8 Ronnie Schoenfeldt, 55 Ryker Hernandez, 32 Joshua Garcia, 14t Shaun Tracy, 007 Aaron Driscoll, 12 Roy Easler Heat 2; 88 Justin Sitterle, 816 Ryan McDonald, 81 Michael Burris jr., 15 Devon Surritt, 33 Jamie Garner, 9t John Thomas, 43 Jennifer Kidd Go-Karts Senior Division; Peyton Jones, Cody Clegg, Makenze Pesek Junior Division; Gabriel Solis, Blaine Markgraf, Beau Payton, Cecilii Johnson, Allison Borlace Youth Division; Kaden Pacheco, Cheston Markgraf, Tucker Kempe, Cannon Groth, Ryder Welker
  8. i-37 speedway updates 3-20-21

    Sport Compacts 816 Ryan McDonald 14 Brandon McCall 33 Jamie Garner 8 Ronnie Schoenfeldt 88 Justin Sitterle 55 Ryker Hernandez 14t Shaun Tracy 007 Aaron Driscoll 9t John Thomas 81 Michael Burris 43 Jennifer Kidd 32 Joshua Garcia 15 Devon Surritt 12 Roy Easler---dns
  9. i-37 speedway updates 3-20-21

    Price Chevrolet IMCA Modifieds 96 Jared Maupin 24r Robby Minten 5r Ryan Doyon 17 Cody Tidwell 14t Talon Minten 48r Raymond McSpadden 82 Rick Green 377 Don Banker 1377 Matt Banker bd1 Lawrence Mikulencak 44k Brandon Welker 7 Stephen Boubel
  10. i-37 speedway updates 3-20-21

    All in Design Factory Stocks 92 Brandon Gaither 93 Aaron Leddy 9 Johnny Westfall 23k Kasey Krauss 99d Dillon Gaither 99 Allen Alexander 44k Katherine Keylich 3 Travis Slavik 20r Ricky Long 36 Georger Quintanilla 49k Michael Keylich 22 Jacob Crow 40 Dakota Hurley 14j Jacoby McElveen 34h Hunter Peterson---dns 18s Jarrett Payton---dns 741 Cameron Starry---dns
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