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  1. Mundie, Randall & Tankersley Take Swipes at 82 Speedway ‘Bandits Feature Win Petty, TX (04/04/2) - The Bandits Outlaw Sprint Series rolled into ‘The Land of the XL,’ 82 Speedway, in Petty, Texas last night for the third tour stop of the young 2021 season. A beautiful Easter eve drew a solid crowd of fans and teams to the vast expanses of ‘82, thus the tracks nickname. A talent-soaked field of 24 teams would assemble to entertain the fans – especially the youngsters – as car owner Sherry Bryant (#99B and #B99) had coordinated a massive Easter Basket drive that resulted in dozens of baskets being doled out to kids in the Texoma area attending the event. Track owners Tracy and Shelley Peters had the facility in pristine condition and the track surface would be ultra-fast in the qualifying heat races with lap times in the upper-11 second bracket on several occasions. Originally slated to start 5th in heat race number two was the young hot shoe driver out of Waco, Chase Randall, in the Bush’s Chicken #9 EMI sprinter. The #777 of Tulsa’s Bailey Hughes was slated to start directly in front of Chase, but she would suffer a blown engine in hot laps, ending her highly anticipated debut in the Bandits Outlaw Sprint Series. That would move Chase up to a 2nd row outside starting position. He would go on to power his way through the field and take the win – and securing the top qualifier spot in the A-feature to come. Channin Tankersley would cruise to a heat race number one victory after starting second, while Austin Mundie would win heat race number three after firing off from second row, inside. Those three drivers would also become the primary focus in the feature race, as all three would take the lead at one point, making for a highly entertaining race for the fans – as each of them looked dominant while they had their time in the point position. So, lets jump into the feature event. After a beautiful 23-car 4-wide parade lap, the appreciative crowd settled in for the highly anticipated battle to come. And a battle it was. Austin Mundie would blast his way to the lead from his outside-pole position and immediately assume a 10-car length lead over Tankersley and Randall. The trio would pull away from the balance of the field until lap three when the caution lights would blink for Austin Burkham who experienced mechanical woes and would be sidelined for the night. On the ensuing Delaware restart pinning Mundie as the lone polesitter, he would take the green only to have 4th and 5th place drivers of Chad Wilson and Casey Burkham lock horns going into corner one, sending the rest of the field scrambling behind them. Luckily for the field, with the wide expanses of 82 Speedway, they were able to avoid further carnage as the disabled pair of cars blocked the bottom half of the track. The red flag was thrown at the time of the incident so track crews could extricate the pair of cars without being incumbered by the rest of the field circulating around the speedway. When the cars of Burkham and Wilson were untangled, it would leave Burkham on the hook ending his night, while Wilson would be relegated to the tail of the field. But his night was far from over. The race would resume with Mundie once again surging to a 10-car length lead. Over the course of the next few laps, Tankersley and Randall would chip away at the lead Mundie had established. That lead completely evaporated at lap 10 whilst the lead trio was negotiating lapped traffic. They would all continue slicing and dicing their way through traffic with Randall slipping by Tankersley for 2nd on lap 12. Shortly thereafter, Mundie would choose a high line entering corner three, once again still mired by lapped traffic, while Randall would precariously huggie-pole the inside line and would exit corner four as leader by just a scant amount. Then Mundie would execute a clean slider across the bottom of corner one and the top of corner two retaking the lead – but Randall anticipated such a move and would charge back under Mundie to regain the lead once again. The following lap, 15, would see the #99B Cabinets by Tommy owned sprinter of point leader John Ricketts unexpectedly losing the left rear tire and wheel assembly, sending Johns car to the infield with the tire and wheel nearly making a half a lap around the track – yet without any of the cars making contact with it during that wild sequence of events. This caution set up a 10-lap battle to the finish with Randall out on the point by himself and the pair of Mundie and Tankersley glued to his rear bumper as the green unfurled…with Michael Day and Dalton Steed now pressuring the lead trio. As the field entered corner one Tankersley would blast the upper tier of the ’82 high banks and exit corner two with the lead from his third-place restart position, snookering the lead pair of drivers – much to the surprise of all – except those who have been to a Bandits Outlaw Sprint Series event, as this sort of action has become commonplace. As the excitement of the swath of lead changes still at top-of-mind to the fans witnessing the event, in just one click of the clock the drivers were shown the 5-to-go signal from the flagman, and it was at that point Randall would quickly start tracking down Tankersley, and right when it started to look that Randall might have one final chance to battle it out for the lead, a quick caution would come out for a disabled car at the bottom of corners one and two; setting up a two lap dash to the finish. Series marketing partner www.KoolTrikes.com had established an exciting promotion prior to this event called the Kool Trikes $500 Last Lap Pass For The Win award, which was clearly a distinct possibility of being claimed going into the final restart. ‘Bandits series rules require when any race gets down to three laps to go, any restart becomes single-file. As the final restart of the night resumed, Tankersley would again choose the high line with Randall executing a jumbo-sized slider from the pole of corner one to the top of corner two exit, getting nearly side-by-side with Tankersley, the pair would get precariously close to each other, yet not touching, and Tankersley would have the preferred line on corner exit and pulled away with the lead – and eventual win. On that final restart, seemingly out of nowhere, young Chance McCrary had been quietly passing car after car from his 17th place starting position and would zip to the checkers in third position, while Chad Wilson would claw his way through the field after his lap-3 fracas with Burkham to take home the 4th position, with 2020 ‘Bandits champion Michael Day rounding out the top 5 with a very solid performance in the Rodney Henderson owned #67 sprinter. The final checkers were thrown at 10:37pm, allowing fans and teams to get back on the road so they could enjoy their Easter holiday today. This marks all three ‘Bandits events of 2020 concluding prior to 11pm thus far. The tour now moves to a highly anticipated 1-night stand at I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, AR on Saturday, April 24th (7:30pm) with the running of the Hammer Hill Bandits Outlaw Sprint Nationals. Complete event information will be forthcoming in the next few days. We’d like to thank 82 Speedway and its crew for providing such an awesome facility and well-expedited racing program for our Series drivers to showcase their talent at. The ‘Bandits will return to 82 Speedway on Saturday, July 3rd with the 3rd Annual Flags and Fireworks 25, and for the 3rd annual Paul Peters Memorial on Saturday October 9th. For complete series information, visit www.2021BOSS.com or on Facebook, check us out @BanditsOutlawSprintSeries. Happy Easter to everyone out there and thanks once again to our marketing partners for helping us bring sustainable outlaw sprint car racing to this region. I would like to dedicate this press release to my Uncle Ronnie who passed away this morning in Minnesota. He was a big racing fan – just like his brothers and sister (my mom, who still attends 'Bandits events today). May he rest in peace. Here’s the feature rundown from the April 3 Texoma Bandits Outlaw Sprint Nationals at 82 Speedway in Petty Texas: Car Number Driver Positions Advanced: 17g Channin Tankersley (+3) 9 Chase Randall 13m Chance McCrary (+14) 20 Chad Wilson (+1) 67 Michael Day (+6) 83 Jett Hays (+4) 4 Austin Mundie B99 Blake Mallory (+14) 26 Dalton Steed 35K Dylan McCann (+3) 7 Jerrad Warhurst (+10) 3 Brett Engstrom (+8) 4X Heath Nestrick 41M Steve McMackin (+4) 71 Colby Estes V8 Robert Vetter 74 DJ Estes (+2) 74E Claud Estes III 45B Casey Burkham 4B Austin Burkham 0 Bill Miller 99B John Ricketts 23 Junior Jenkins 777 Bailey Hughes (DNS)
  2. Tim Kaeding ‘Thunderbowls’ His Way to Bandits Outlaw Sprint Series Victory Lane at KSP – LoneStar On Deck! Elm Mott, TX (3/13/21) - 39 racing teams from five states and Canada converged upon Kennedale Speedway Park last night for the Bandits Outlaw Sprint Series Spring Nationals and when the 24-car starting field had reached the checkers, it was California native Tim Kaeding that would ‘Thunderbowl’ his way into victory lane. Courtesy of Darin Short A beautiful Texas spring day with mostly sunny skies and temps in the low 80’s would greet all that traveled near and far to put on a FANtastic night of racing for the jumbo sized KSP crowd. Dirt guru Bo Rawdon would have the track prepped in warp-speed condition for the qualifying heat races – but that would not stop faster cars from advancing through the field amassing critical passing points for their efforts. All four 10-lap, 9- and 10-car heat races were completed with just one caution plus one red flag, when Robert Boxwell would execute a rough series of flips – but he would emerge unscathed much to the relief of the fans in the stands. But it would be 7th place heat race starter Dylan Westbrook of Scotland, Ontario Canada that would slice his way through the field to a 2nd place heat finish and would emerge as top qualifier and advance directly to the pole of the 25-lap feature event. The top 16 qualifiers would punch their ticket directly to a straight up starting position to the A-feature, while the balance of the field would be relegated to twin B-features. It would be a tough ending to the night for Michael Merrell, as he would get into the wall in corner one executing a series of flips in his B-feature – but would get out of the car unharmed. The 24-car feature event lineup was set, with the top four qualifiers being Dylan Westbrook, Jerrad Warhurst, Tim Kaeding and Harli White. After a beautifully executed four-wide parade lap for the fans, the green flag would fly with Westbrook taking the lead and Kaeding in tow. The racing surface was wide-open from the outside of the infield tires, pushing all the way up to the rail at Kennedale. Within five laps, Westbrook and Kaeding would reach lapped traffic, and the chess match of negotiating lapped traffic while racing on a highly technical racing surface would thrill the fans lap after lap. The pair would race side-by-side on several occasions, with Westbrook being able to retain command until entering corner three around lap 15 when 2018 ‘Bandits series champion Colby Estes would execute a couple of rollovers directly in front of the leaders – yet they’d be able to get whoa’d down in time to avoid being caught up in the fracas. Estes would be uninjured but finished for the night. The green flag would fire action back up on the restart with Westbrook resuming the top position in the battle. With a clear race track ahead, Westbrook would take about a 15 car length lead while the upper tier groove of the track would get precariously close to the rails. Westbrook would catch lapped traffic with about six laps to go with a quickly closing Kaeding in tow…all while JJ Hickle would start to make his presence known by passing his way up to third position. It was then that disaster would strike for Westbrook as he would get into corner three just about 3 inches too high and would clip the wall, causing an issue with his right rear and Kaeding would zip by to take the lead with Westbrook’s night coming to an end. The race would stay green for the final handful of laps with TK taking the win – but it definitely got close towards the end as Washington’s JJ Hickle, who started 9th would catch Kaeding’s rear bumper in lapped traffic. Hickle would finish in second ‘Bandits series regular Dale Wester in 3rd after advancing 7 spots. So, you may be asking yourself at this point why the reference to the title of this race recap “Kaeding Thunderbowl’s His Way to Victory Lane.” It’s a direct reference to a track in California, Thunderbowl Speedway in Tulare, of which TK has years of experience on, that literally was the exact same type of racing conditions as KSP last night. This writer actually made that reference during the call to the fans during the event, that although TK had never raced at KSP before, he was highly accustomed to that type of technical and tricky racing surface – thus, IMO, giving him an edge, which ended up being a real key to victory lane. The ‘Bandits feature was 4th division out, yet still had completed just prior to 11pm. Many of the ‘invading’ drivers commented that they enjoyed racing with the ‘Bandits series rules and the enhanced competition it creates – especially when the lead pair all of the sudden would see ‘Bandits series regular Chad Wilson catch them in lapped traffic – their team chose to compete in the event with a 305C.I. engine, proving the point that the ‘Bandits rules package works across a variety of engine combinations. Two drivers would split the Kathy Graham $100 Hard Charger award after they each advanced 16 spots from their starting position! Those honors went to Chase Brewer and John Ricketts. We’d like to thank the entire KENNEDALE SPEEDWAY PARK staff for providing such an excellent facility for the ‘Bandits teams to showcase their skills at, with lots of passing and wide-open racing surfaces. And we look forward to returning there on Saturday, June 19th. Our next Bandits Outlaw Sprint Series event is at the wide, high-banked expanses of LoneStar Speedway just off of I-20 near Kilgore Texas on Saturday, April 3rd at 7pm. A full program of LoneStar racing divisions will round out the 5-division racing card. A compete event flyer and press release are already posted at the track and series Facebook pages. Courtesy of Darin Short Make sure to check out last night’s feature race video clip if you weren’t at the track to see it in person, as several drivers had excellent runs that may not be reflected by the finishing order of the event. Click https://youtu.be/eDwzF8oO0gI to watch Don Cook’s video of the feature event. One final shout-out for today. Thank you to all the drivers that competed in this event, and special thanks to the 'invading' drivers for not only adopting our rules package to compete with - but being respectful of those rules. It made for a great night of fun for all involved. Here are the feature race results from the Bandits Outlaw Spring Nationals event for the Bandits Outlaw Sprint Series at Kennedale Speedway Park on Saturday March 27th: Driver (starting position): Tim Kaeding (3) JJ Hickle (9) Dale Wester (10) Chase Brewer (20) Harli White (4) Chase Randall (7) Chad Wilson (8) John Ricketts (24) Chris Tarrant (6) Claud Estes III (14) Blake Mallory (13) Jerrad Warhurst (2) Tyler Harris (17) Logan Scherb (12) Briley Stone (19) Devon Debrick (23) Dylan Westbrook (1) Jason Howell (21) DJ Estes (5) Colby Estes (11) Bryan Debrick (22) Dalton Steed (18) Jacob Harris (15) Channin Tankersley (16) For the latest news and series info, please visit us online at www.2021BOSS.com and on Facebook at BanditsOutlawSprintSeries. Here is our remaining 2021 schedule as of 3/28/21: Saturday, April 3, 2021 - Bandits Outlaw Bunny Hop on the High Banks, LoneStar Speedway, Kilgore, TX Saturday, April 24, 2021 - Hammer Hill Bandits Outlaw Sprint Nationals, I-30 Speedway, Little Rock AR* Friday, May 14, 2021 - Children's Tumor Foundation Night, Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Waco TX Saturday, May 22, 2021 - Panhandle 25 Outlaw Sprint Nat’ls, Monarch Motor Speedway, Wichita Falls, TX Saturday, May 29, 2021 - TBA Thursday, June 10, 2021 - Bandits Outlaw Sprint Nationals at The Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway, Texas Motor Speedway** Friday, June 11, 2021 - Bandits Outlaw Sprint Nationals at The Dirt Track, Texas Motor Speedway** Saturday, June 19, 2021 - Bandits Outlaw Summer Nationals at Kennedale Speedway Park, Kennedale TX Friday, June 25, 2021 - MDA Muscling in the Dirt Night, Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Waco TX Saturday, July 3, 2021 - Flags & Fireworks Bandits Outlaw Sprint Nationals, 82 Speedway, Petty TX ~ Bandits Summer Break ~ Saturday, Sept. 25, 2021 - Bandits Outlaw Fall Nationals at Kennedale Speedway Park, Kennedale TX Saturday, Oct. 2, 2021 - Falls Town Outlaw Sprint Showdown Monarch Motor Speedway Wichita Falls TX Saturday, Oct. 9, 2021 - 3rd Annual Paul Peters Memorial featuring Bandits Outlaw Sprints, 82 Speedway Petty TX Saturday, Oct. 23, 2021 - 24th Annual Fall Classic, Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Waco TX *Special Out of Area Event Purse: $2,000/win, $350/start (starts 22 cars) & $150 to all NQ’s. Full ‘Bandits rules. **Special Event Purses: $2,500/win, $400/start (starts 24 cars) nightly & $150 to all NQ’s. Pre-entry and eligibility info will be posted well in advance of event. Full ‘Bandits rules. This is the kickoff to NASCAR All-Star weekend at TMS.
  3. Bandits Outlaw Sprint Series Roars to Existence with Incredible Side-by-Side Racing at Heart O’ Texas Elm Mott, TX (3/13/21) - Any naysayers to the new ‘open cubic inch’ engine rule were quickly extinguished last night at the series premiere of the Bandits Outlaw Sprint Series opener at Heart O’ Texas Speedway, as it was wall-to-wall passing and excitement from the first heat race until the conclusion of the championship feature event left fans smiling from ear to ear…and Houston area racer Channin Tankersley holding the $2,000 winners check in victory lane. But it was far from an easy win, as the driver of the Old School Racing #17g would not take the lead until the start of lap 22. Don Cook photo The former Sprint Car Bandits series created a unique and effective rules package five seasons ago with the intent to provide racers with a more sustainable form of sprint car racing, and it has worked. Although the series is now rebranded as the Bandits Outlaw Sprint Series in 2021, it still utilizes 100% of the core ‘Bandits rules – identically – to what has built the series into such a popular winged sprint car division with both race teams and fans. Series co-founder Darin Short comments: “This new edit to our rules in 2021 has been the plan all along for the series, but just like sprint car racing in general, things kind of move at a glacial pace in the rules department in this sport, so we didn’t want to shock the series into existence, we wanted enough data points collected first to know we could transition to open C.I. limits without affecting, or marginalizing, our core group of racers who have helped solidify this into the popular division it has become in the DFW area.” Short continues, stating: “Evidence of this was put on full display last night as we had an epic battle for the lead, a virtual sprint car chess match, on display in front of the fans for the lead with two drivers opting to race with 360C.I. powerplants under the hood – all while 2020 series champion Michael Day was picking his way through the field from his 8th place starting position, to emerge as 2nd place finisher in the feature event – and their team chose to utilize a 305C.I. powerplant to do it!” And as life goes, words are one thing, but a video to back it up really sells a salesman’s pitch. Click https://youtu.be/Z3nMEMzO-oU to check out feature race action at this link. Several times you will see the lead pair – and sometimes trio – encountering a pack of lap cars and negotiating them without contact or issues – which made for a highly entertaining sprint car race for the fans to enjoy! Channin Tankersley would take the lead from Chase Randall on the beginning of lap 22, however that pass would be negated when the events first caution flag would be waved. On the restart, Randall would take the extreme upper deck on corner entry, while Tankersley would blast the bottom of corner one, and the pair literally met at the exit of corner two with slight contact that would result in Randall’s left rear tire going down, ending his superb run. Tankersley would take the point on the lap 21 restart and cruise to victory over Michael Day and John Ricketts. Claud Estes III and Jett Hays would round out the top 5. After the event, it was still all smiles down in the Randall pit area, as this writer spoke with the team and they were thrilled with how competitive their car and young driver was – considering they only had one other night of running the ‘Bandits rules package previously. It was just bad luck that their tire went down for such minimal contact with the Tankersley car, it was just good hard racing coming down to the wire. Selby Holder and his track prep crew provided ‘Bandits teams a stellar surface that held up the entire event, thus allowing the teams to showcase their full talent by giving them racing lines from the edge of the infield tires all the way to the upper deck of the high banks. The Bandits Outlaw Sprint Series would also like to thank the track crew for doing a fantastic job keeping the show rolling along – as our feature race would take the checkers at about 10:15pm, while outdoor temps were still hovering just above the 70° mark. Next up for the ‘Bandits, is the Bandits Outlaw Spring Nationals at Kennedale Speedway Park on Saturday, March 27th. This will give us all some time to catch our breath after last night’s super exciting event. Make sure to check out last night’s feature race video clip if you weren’t at the track to see it in person, as several drivers had excellent runs that may not be reflected by the finishing order of the event. Dalton Steed was one of those drivers, as his immaculate #26 sprinter was literally fast as hell and had caught the lead pair and at one point passed Channin Tankersley for 2nd place when his car slipped up the track exiting corner four and popping the wall. We can’t wait to see Dalton race with us next, as his team certainly will be a force that other teams will have to reckon with! Preston Perlmutter was the only car to get upside down during the evening – and then it really was just getting tipped on its side after a wild sequence of racers were all gunning for the same spot in corner two during the restart on lap 21; thus ending his good run. Here’s the feature race results from the Gene Adamcik Memorial event for the Bandits Outlaw Sprint Series at Heart O’ Texas Speedway on the north side of Waco, Texas on Friday March 12th: Driver (start): 17g Channin Tankersley (2) 67 Michael Day (7) 99b John Ricketts (3) 74e Claud Estes III (5) 83 Jett Hays (7) b99 Blake Mallory (6) 44 Gary Floyd (12) 74 DJ Estes (17) 82 Austin Saunders (15) 7 Jerrad Warhurst (13) 6m Jarrett Lucito (11) 33 Michael Merrell (14) 9 Chase Randall (1) 71 Colby Estes (6) 42p Preston Perlmutter (16) 3 Brett Engstrom (21) 64 Mark Zoeller (10) 114 Todd Lovett (19) 26 Dalton Steed (4) 72 Daniel Estes (20) 11L Ian Lovett (18) 13 Chance McCrary (DNS) 72H Harli While (DNS, weight) For the latest news and series info, please visit us online at www.2021BOSS.com and on Facebook at BanditsOutlawSprintSeries. Saturday, March 27, 2021 - Bandits Outlaw Spring Nationals, KENNEDALE SPEEDWAY PARK, Kennedale TX Saturday, April 3, 2021 - Bandits Outlaw Bunny Hop on the High Banks, LoneStar Speedway, Kilgore, TX Saturday, April 24, 2021 - Hammer Hill Bandits Outlaw Sprint Nationals, I-30 Speedway, Little Rock AR* Friday, May 14, 2021 - Children's Tumor Foundation Night, Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Waco TX Saturday, May 22, 2021 - Panhandle 25 Outlaw Sprint Nat’ls, Monarch Motor Speedway, Wichita Falls, TX Saturday, May 29, 2021 - TBA Thursday, June 10, 2021 - Bandits Outlaw Sprint Nationals at The Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway, Texas Motor Speedway** Friday, June 11, 2021 - Bandits Outlaw Sprint Nationals at The Dirt Track, Texas Motor Speedway** Saturday, June 19, 2021 - Bandits Outlaw Summer Nationals at Kennedale Speedway Park, Kennedale TX Friday, June 25, 2021 - MDA Muscling in the Dirt Night, Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Waco TX Saturday, July 3, 2021 - Flags & Fireworks Bandits Outlaw Sprint Nationals, 82 Speedway, Petty TX ~ Bandits Summer Break ~ Saturday, Sept. 25, 2021 - Bandits Outlaw Fall Nationals at Kennedale Speedway Park, Kennedale TX Saturday, Oct. 2, 2021 - Falls Town Outlaw Sprint Showdown Monarch Motor Speedway Wichita Falls TX Saturday, Oct. 9, 2021 - 3rd Annual Paul Peters Memorial featuring Bandits Outlaw Sprints, 82 Speedway Petty TX Saturday, Oct. 23, 2021 - 24th Annual Fall Classic, Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Waco TX *Special Out of Area Event Purse: $2,000/win, $350/start (starts 22 cars) & $150 to all NQ’s. Full ‘Bandits rules. **Special Event Purses: $2,500/win, $400/start (starts 24 cars) nightly & $150 to all NQ’s. Pre-entry and eligibility info will be posted well in advance of event. Full ‘Bandits rules. This is the kickoff to NASCAR All-Star weekend at TMS.
  4. Bandits Outlaws on the High Banks at LoneStar Speedway – Saturday April 3rd Garland TX (03/10/21) - Winged outlaw sprint car racing fans are going to be in for a wild night of action and excitement when the touring teams of the Bandits Outlaw Sprint Series(SM) shred the high banks of LoneStar Speedway (LSS) on Saturday, April 3rd at 7pm (Easter weekend) with the running of the Bandits Outlaw Bunny Hop on the High Banks, presented by Smiley's Racing Products and The Peterson Agencies / Globe Life. This is the only scheduled date for the Bandits at LSS in 2021, so don’t miss out! The Bandits event pays $2,000 to win and down to $300 for to start the feature (details below). Fans can expect a talent-filled field of Bandits Outlaw Sprint Series drivers and a pre-event list will be published prior to race day, so keep on the lookout for further event updates. A full program of racing is on tap – plus the LSS divisions will be in competition, including the high-powered Modifieds, Limited Modifieds, FWD 4-Cylinders and Factory Stocks. The Bandits will be the second or third division out in feature running order. The pit area will open by 4pm with the grandstand area open by 5:30pm. Draw cut-off for all divisions will be at 6pm, along with a mandatory drivers meeting at the same time, with hot laps to follow immediately afterwards, so racing should start around 7pm. The Bandits Outlaw Sprint Series is a division of Sprint Car Bandits® and strives to help create and deliver high quality and sustainable winged outlaw sprint car racing. Visit www.2021BOSS.com for more series information, rules and mandatory annual driver registration forms. LoneStar Speedway is located at 3131 FM 1252 Kilgore, TX 75662, Track Phone on race day is: (903)-986-9731. Specifically, if you are on I-20 (either direction) take Exit 583 and head north to the 4-way stop light (about 1/2 mile). Go east (right) about 1 mile and you will see the track entrance on the south (right) side of the road. The web address is www.LoneStarSpeedway.com or search Facebook by entering: "LoneStar Speedway." Adult GA to this event is $20, with Seniors/Military $15, Ages 6-11 are $5; while Pit Passes are $35. RACING TEAMS: all Bandits Outlaw Sprint Car teams that sign in will draw for heat race starting positions, regardless of their engine C.I. displacement, and will receive passing points to determine their straight-up from points feature race starting position. All drivers make sure to read the posted rules at the series website prior to heading to the track. Mandatory drivers meeting and draw cut-off is at 6pm. The standard posted SCB purse and rules are in effect, which in 2021 is as follows: $2,000 – 1,000 – 600 – 500 – 400 – 390 – 380 – 370 – 360 – 350 – 340 – 330 – 320 – 310 – 300…15th to 20th. All non-qualifiers or non-starters will each receive $100. As in previous years, there is no entry fee, no series membership fee and a $20 nightly draw fee. Drivers should go to www.2021BOSS.com prior to arrival for complete rules, purse and procedures information. Click www.2021BOSS.com for the latest in series news and where the tour is headed to next. You can also reach the SCB on Facebook, at www.Facebook.com/SprintCarBandits. We look forward to seeing you Saturday April 3rd at 7pm when the Bandits Outlaw Sprint Series will make the ground rumble and the dirt fly with high-powered winged outlaw sprint cars battling on the ultra-racy 1/3 mile LSS oval for the only scheduled visit of 2021! Here is the 2021 BOSS Schedule of confirmed events, as of 03/10/21. We do have a couple of additional dates still in the works. This schedule is subject to change, as all racing schedules are. Make sure to check our website or Facebook page on race day prior to traveling for the latest event news and weather. Friday, March 12, 2021 - Gene Adamcik Memorial, Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Waco TX Saturday, March 27, 2021 - Bandits Outlaw Spring Nationals, Kennedale Speedway Park, Kennedale TX Saturday, April 3, 2021 - Bandits Outlaw Bunny Hop on the High Banks, LoneStar Speedway, Kilgore, TX Saturday, April 24, 2021 - Hammer Hill Bandits Outlaw Sprint Nationals, I-30 Speedway, Little Rock AR* Friday, May 14, 2021 - Children's Tumor Foundation Night, Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Waco TX Saturday, May 22, 2021 - Panhandle 25 Outlaw Sprint Nat’ls, Monarch Motor Speedway, Wichita Falls, TX Saturday, May 29, 2021 - TBA Thursday, June 10, 2021 - Bandits Outlaw Sprint Nationals at The Dirt Track, Texas Motor Speedway** Friday, June 11, 2021 - Bandits Outlaw Sprint Nationals at The Dirt Track, Texas Motor Speedway** Saturday, June 19, 2021 - Bandits Outlaw Summer Nationals at Kennedale Speedway Park, Kennedale TX Friday, June 25, 2021 - MDA Muscling in the Dirt Night, Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Waco TX Saturday, July 3, 2021 - Flags & Fireworks Bandits Outlaw Sprint Nationals, 82 Speedway, Petty TX ~ Bandits Summer Break ~ Saturday, Sept. 25, 2021 - Bandits Outlaw Fall Nationals at Kennedale Speedway Park, Kennedale TX Saturday, Oct. 2, 2021 - Falls Town Outlaw Sprint Showdown Monarch Motor Speedway Wichita Falls TX Saturday, Oct. 9, 2021 - 3rd Annual Paul Peters Memorial featuring Bandits Outlaw Sprints, 82 Speedway Petty TX Saturday, Oct. 23, 2021 - 24th Annual Fall Classic, Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Waco TX *Special Out of Area Event Purse: $2,000/win, $350/start (starts 22 cars) & $150 to all NQ’s. Full ‘Bandits rules. **Special Event Purses: $2,500/win, $400/start (starts 24 cars) nightly & $150 to all NQ’s. Pre-entry and eligibility info will be posted well in advance of event. Full ‘Bandits rules. This is the kickoff to NASCAR All-Star weekend at TMS.
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