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  1. (Corpus Christi) Boerne driver Dillon Coyne picked up a big win Saturday night at South Texas Speedway in race 2 of “The Final 4” for the A-Line DCRST Dwarf Car Series. Coyne made a strong early move to get to the front of the field and leave CC in a great points position with Gary Buchanan absent and James Fitzgerald having issues relegating his finish. The battle was behind the leader as Dylan Budnik, Chris Silvas Jr, Ty Paxson and Tyler Folkerts rounded out the top 5. Jerry Book and Paxson collected heat race wins. The prior week Buchanan was the winner of a non points race at Houston Motorsports Park winning over Drew Simental and Butch Havelka. This was the series only pavement race in the 2017 season. Next up it's back to the coast October 14th for the 3rd leg of “The Final 4”
  2. (Paige) Ty Paxon seems to be on a mission to have an amazing percentage in A-Line DCRST Dwarf Car Series racing. The Boerne, TX driver started his 4th race of the season at Cotton Bowl Speedway Saturday and notched his second win in race one of “The Final 4”. Paxson quickly made his way to the front of the 16 car field and held off a lightning fast field to win over Gary Buchanan, Tyler Folkerts, Brayden Becker and Dillon Coyne. This event was the final race of 2017 for the series on the ultra fast, smooth CBS track and discussions are already in order for added 2018 dates. Dwain Groff, Drew Simental and Dylan Budnik notched wins in heat races earlier in the evening. Next up The Wild Side Tour will head to SpeedFest for a non points DCRST sanctioned event at Houston Motorsports Park. This will be the first asphalt race of 2017 and many teams are looking to head to Cowtown for the event. Point standings and series information available at www.ALINEDCRST.com. Series leader James Fitzgerald suffered a rare mechanical failure so with drops already factored in the standing are tight. Follow the series on Facebook by searching DCRST. Cotton Bowl Speedway main event: (30 laps) 15 Ty Paxson 99 Gary Buchanan 42 Tyler Folkerts 17 Brayden Becker 12 Dillon Coyne 25 Dylan Budnik 49 Davis Bonner 53 Zac Zearfoss 4 Rodney Rodriguez 66 Dwain Groff
  3. (Austin, TX) The Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas (DCRST) is pleased to announce a new agreement with A-Line Auto Parts based out of Austin, Texas that will keep A-Line the title sponsor for the 2017 season. The series branded as The A-Line Auto Parts DCRST Dwarf Cars will carry the sponsorship at all events on the schedule. The series competes at dirt tracks in Texas currently; Cotton Bowl Speedway in Paige, South Texas Speedway in Corpus Christi and I-37 Speedway in Pleasanton. A-Line DCRST officials will also be attempting to secure an asphalt date at Houston Motorsports Park. For years DCRST has been a favorite in racing circles due to incredible competition and the racing machines themselves. The race vehicles are scaled down versions of classic cars of yesterday powered by motorcycle engines that create incredible horsepower. A-Line Auto Parts and DCRST teamed for a tremendously successful 2016 race campaign and the balance of 2017 promises the same. A-Line Auto Parts has been a staple in the auto parts industry in Texas for decades. A-Line's parent company Arnold Oil Company of Austin, just celebrated 40 years in March. With locations in markets such as Austin, San Antonio, Waco and Houston (and their outer lying areas) A-Line continues to serve customers with top notch parts and customer service keeping the longtime phrase “Go Where the Pros Go” solidly intact. A-Line and DCRST will work in unison during the season with driver and race car appearances at community and social events as well as branding of the A-Line logo on all DCRST race vehicles. Spectators are invited to visit The A-Line Auto Parts/DCRST Pit Lane at all 2017 race events.
  4. (Corpus Christi, TX) Boerne, TX driver Ty Paxson had big goals to begin the 2017 DCRST season. As life happened, an off-track wrist injury halted his season and a June 3rd return was halted by rain, so Paxson returned Saturday night at Corpus Christi and went on to sweep the evening's events at South Texas Speedway. Weather flirted with being an option but cleared as the start of the program was delayed, but all went well for racing action. In the 25 lap main event rookie Brayden Becker (17) jumped to an early lead on the 18 car field but Paxon who started shotgun on the field would not be denied and made his way to the point as Becker held on for a very impressive runner-up finish. Dillon Coyne (12) rounded out the podium followed by Gary Buchanan (99) and Tyler Folkerts (42) James Fitzgerald (6), Dylan Budnik (25), Rusty Young (88), Butch Havelka (27) and David Bonner (49) finished out the top 10. Larry Carwin (64), and Budnik notched heat wins along with Paxson who celebrated his birthday Thursday. DCRST takes a week off before back to back races July 8th at I-37 Speedway and July 15th at Cotton Bowl Speedway. Point standings and series information available at www.ALINEDCRST.com Follow the series on Facebook by searching DCRST.
  5. The Dwarf Car Race Series of Texas gets back to business kicking off the Summer Race Tour Saturday June 3rd at Cotton Bowl Speedway. DCRST will be on the race bill with the ASCS Sprint cars in what promises to be one of the best shows in Texas as the racing season creeps towards the mid season point. This event was added and CBS promoter Scott Stubbs worked with ASCS officials to help work DCRST in on the program along with the local divisions that keep the CBS fans entertained regularly. “Scott and his staff at CBS have been nothing but top notch putting this show together, as a race fan I cannot wait to see it” added DCRST manager Rodney Rodriguez. DCRST will bring 20-25 teams to the pits at Cotton Bowl and the drivers have embraced the new relationship with the Paige, TX facility regarded as one of the finest in Texas. The down home feel and response from the management and fans of CBS has been most appreciated by the DCRST teams. Gates open at 5:30pm with race action at 7pm additional race information is available at www.CottonBowlSpeedway.com this will be the debut and only 2017 appearance for the ASCS Gulf South Region Sprint cars. Point standings and series information available at www.ALINEDCRST.com Follow the series on Facebook by searching DCRST.
  6. DCRST driver Ryan Stoy (20) felt the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat at the last event at South Texas Speedway. After an apparent win was taken away after a minor technical infraction the Hutto, TX driver made good sweeping the heat race and main event in the first DCRST race at I-37 Speedway in Pleasanton. The new speedway operation has garnered rave reviews from fans and competitors and a large crowd was on hand for the maiden voyage of “The Wild Side Tour”. Stoy took the point from the drop of the green leading the field in the 20 lap main event. The action was behind the leader as drivers navigated on the dry and at times dusty surface. A late race caution with 2 laps to go bunched the pack and set the stage for a great finish. Stoy was able to hold off a hard charging James Fitzgerald (6), Dillon Spreen (15), Tyler Folkerts (42) and Drew Simental (37) to pick up the win. Zac Zearfoss (53), Dillon Coyne (12), Gary Buchanan (99), Dylan Budnik (25), Brayden Becker (17) and Rodney Rodriguez (4) completed the top 10. Budnik notched the other heat race win. DCRST s back on track Saturday June 3rd at Cotton Bowl Speedway in Paige. Point standings and series information available at www.ALINEDCRST.com Follow the series on Facebook by searching DCRST.
  7. (Paige, TX) The Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas finally started the 2017 racing season, if the debut was any indication this season will be one for the record books. In the first-ever trip to Cotton Bowl Speedway in Paige 25 cars entered the gates and made the crowd wow as the series does around the state of Texas. The 25 lap main event flew to green with Rodney Rodriguez (4) taking the early lead as the field went 4 and 5 wide around the super fast 3/8 mile oval. James Fitzgerald (6) took the lead before a front straightaway crash knocked out 4 cars. Fitzgerald and Dylan Budnik (25) paced the field to that point. Once the green flew Rusty Young (88) and Gary Buchanan (99) took hold of the field dodging spins and mishaps working through the field. Cars swapped positions lap after lap as the field raced to a late race caution. When the green flew Young held off Buchanan to the stripe ahead of Fitzgerald, Budnik and Brandon Spreen (80). Kevin Hubbard (8), Butch Havelka (27), Dillon Coyne (12), Jerry Young (18) and David Bonner (49) rounded out the top 10. Todd McLemore (44), R Young and Tyler Folkerts (42) picked up heat race wins earlier in the evening. DCRST returns to action Saturday April 22nd at CBS for race 2 on the 2017 Wild Side Tour. Follow the series at www.alinedcrst.com and on Facebook.
  8. After a long, complicated off season, and one rain out, the cars and stars of the Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas will debut at Cotton Bowl Speedway in Paige. DCRST management worked hand in hand with Danny Bennett of CBS to secure the rescheduled date and the series looks to pack a full field for the race event. All the top contenders are expected to be on hand for the series opener and first-ever race at CBS. Drivers from all over Texas will travel to Paige. Fans are invited to see the cars up close and get driver autographs and pictures anytime. DCRST prides itself on being the most popular and fan friendly race series in Texas. Follow the series at www.alinedcrst.com and on Facebook. Series sponsor A-Line Auto Parts information is available at www.ALINEAUTO.com
  9. (Kyle, TX) The 2016 A-Line Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas racing season came to a dramatic end Saturday night at Central Texas Speedway. Point contenders Rusty Young (88) and Drew Simental (37) entered the final weekend 15 points apart and many of the top 10 spots were still to be decided. 25 cars entered the pit game on a chamber of commerce Saturday for racing. In the 25 lap main event Matt Goulais (39) jumped to an early lead and continued that pace through early caution periods and a long green flag span as Simental moved through the field into the top 5. Young worked through the pack as well but suffered a flat tire around the mid point of the action but continued on the track and at speed. With 3 laps to go Dwain Groff (41) and Ty Paxon (15) touched in turn 3 and spun as everyone avoided., on the re-stack and green Zac Zearfoss (53) and Gary Buchanan (99) got together in the same spot that set up a third attempt at the green, white, checkered. Goulais jumped to the advantage with Simental in tow as Arden Vikre (72) made a great inside move to third. Goulais crossed the stripe ahead of a mad pack but post race technical violation put Vikre (72) in victory circle for a second time in 2016 on his birthday. Rodney Rodriguez (4), Simental, Butch Havelka (27) and Young rounded out the top 5. With that slight separation between the two contenders Young claimed his second consecutive A-Line DCRST Championship. Groff, Chris Silvas (85), Tyler Folkerts (42), Buchanan and Dylan Budnik rounded out the fierce top 10. Jim Kritikos (5), Zearfoss and Dillon Coyne (12) claimed heat race wins early in the afternoon. Sunday DCRST honored season champions and presented special awards at the annual meeting. Champion Rusty Young, second place finisher Drew Simental and third place finisher Ryan Stoy were recognized and awarded championship trophies. James Fitzgerald was awarded Rookie of the Year and was also voted Sportsman of the Year by DCRST drivers. A-Line Auto Parts was awarded a title sponsor award for their title sponsorship and contributions to DCRST. Mike Paxson and Moore Electic received a sponsorship award as well, the series also recognized Geno Simental for his valuable website, social media and graphic contributions. After a mega successful and competitive racing season the A-Line DCRST is working on 2017 racing season details and will release preview information soon. Follow the series at www.alinedcrst.com and on Facebook. Series sponsor A-Line Auto Parts information is available at www.ALINEAUTO.com
  10. Casey Smith takes A-Line DCRST feature at Central Texas Speedway (Kyle, TX) After what seemed like a full off-season, the A-LINE DCRST Dwarf car series returned to action Saturday night at Central Texas Speedway. Twenty-four teams signed in the gate as the series prepared for the 3rd race of the FINAL 4 as the 2016 season winds to a close. In the 25 lap main event Casey Smith (99) started the race shotgun on the field and quickly began to move through the pack taking the lead on lap 10. The usual 3 wide slice and dice racing throughout the field was on the menu with drivers all over the track making amazing moves. Ty Paxson (15), Dylan Budnik (25), Tyler Folkerts (42) and Rusty Young (88) rounded out the top 5. Ryan Stoy (20), Jerry Young (18), Zac Zearfoss (53), James Fitzgerald (6) and Drew Simental (37) rounded out the top 10. Folkerts, Dwain Groff (41) and Smith were heat race winners. Audra Pitcock and her Farmers Insurance Agency post $50.00 cash awards once again; Smith collecting the Hard Charger Award and J. Young collecting the Hard Luck Award. The 2016 season draws to a close on “Championship Saturday” November 12th at CTS. The champion will be crowned, does Rusty Young repeat or is a new champion crowned? Full updated points are available at www.ALINEDCRST.com Series sponsor A-Line Auto Parts information is available at www.ALINEAUTO.com
  11. Rusty Young wins Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas feature at Central Texas Speedway Kyle, TX (Sept 10, 2016) - A-LINE DCRST champion Rusty Young (88) drove to victory circle at Central Texas Speedway Saturday as the A-LINE DCRST "Final 4" kicked off. Young drove through the competitive field and outpaced current point leader Drew Simental (37) and Ryan Stoy (20) to the checkered flag. Stoy took the point at lap 8 and appeared to be on track for the win until Young made the pass on lap 19 of the 25 lap main to win. Ty Paxson (15) and Jerry Young (18) rounded out the top 5. Zac Zearfoss (53), Arden Vikre (72), James Fitzgerald (6), Chris Silvas (85) and Dillon Coyne (12) rounded out the top 10. Brad Hall (44), Arden Vikre (72) and Young picked up heat race wins. Audra Pitcock of the Pitcock Farmers Insurance Agency posted a $50.00 Hard Charger Award collected by Young and a $50.00 Hard Luck Award which was split between Kevin Hubbard (3) and Rodney Rodriguez (4) who were involved in a grinding crash on lap 1 of the main on a restart. Next up for DCRST is a trip to South Texas Speedway for race 2 of the "Final 4" on September 24th. Series sponsor A-Line Auto Parts information is available at www.ALINEAUTO.com
  12. Paxson rules at South Texas Speedway as DCRST "gets dirty" A-Line Auto Parts Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas (DCRST) driver Ty Paxson (15) from Boerne, TX put a complete race night together winning both a great battle in the main event and his heat race at South Texas Speedway in Corpus Christi Saturday night. In the main event Paxson worked through the field and set up a great battle with Ryan Stoy (20) and Drew Simental (37) as the 3 lead the field on the dry slick race track. A couple of early cautions and red flags slowed the pace, but as the green flew the trio battled to the end to finish 1-2-3. Dylan Coyne (12) and Kevin Hubbard (8) rounded out the top 5. Brayden Becker (17), James Fitzgerald (6), Chris Silvas (85), Butch Havelka (27) and Gary Buchanan (31) rounded out the top 10. Dylan Budnik (25) and Stoy captured the other heat race wins. With the STS race in the books the DCRST point standings reset dropping each drivers' 2 lowest point nights for the A-LINE FINAL 4 Chase to the Championship. Revised point standings are at www.alinedcrst.com as well as race video archives and full race results. The Chase begins September 10th back at Central Texas Speedway, race 2 back to STS September 24th. The month of October takes race 3 back to CTS on October 22nd and the Championship is decided November 12th at CTS. Series sponsor A-Line Auto Parts information is available at www.ALINEAUTO.com
  13. DCRST Champ Rusty Young back in charge at Central Texas Speedway (Kyle, Tx) A-LINE DCRST defending series champion Rusty Young (88) missed the last race at Central Texas Speedway, but on Saturday night he returned in fine fashion winning the 25 lap main event. 25 teams entered the pit gate and battled hot, slick conditions that later turned cool and breezy adding to the challenge. In the main event Butch Havelka (27) took the early lead and paced the field as the 3 wide action behind him thrilled the crowd on hand at CTS. Drew Simental (37) took command of the top spot on lap 10 and held that spot until a late race caution on lap 20 bunched the field together. That was the break Young and Gary Buchanan (99) needed as the pair made their way through the field and took the top 2 spots on the break and held on to finish 1-2. Simental held on to 3rd as Arden Vikre (72) and James Fitzgerald (6) rounded out the top 5. Jerry Young (18), Ryan Stoy (20), Havelka, Rodney Rodriguez (4) and Chris Silvas (85) rounded out the top 10. Buchanan picked up a $100.00 Hard Charger Award from Computer Age Automotive of Cedar Park.R Young picked up a $50.00 Race Winner Award from MadRat Bevco of Houston. MadRat Bevco also presented $25.00 awards to heat race winners Jim Kritikos (5), Vikre, and Fitzgerald as well as an additional $25.00 Hard Luck Award to Dylan Budnik (25). Young Brothers Fire Protection of Helotes posted a $100.00 bonus for the first driver to record a 17.00 second lap on the 3/8 mile oval in the heat race or main, that bonus was collected by Fitzgerald. With the victory by Young the point race tightens with one event remaining before the A-LINE DCRST Final 4, that event a return trip to the dirt at South Texas Speedway in Corpus Christi on August 27th. Additional DCRST information, race results and point standings are at www.DCRST.com/www.ALINEDCRST.com. Visit www.ALINEAUTO.com for information and store locations.
  14. VIKRE DOUBLES UP AT CTS IN A-LINE DCRST Kyle, TX (July 10, 2016) - It is no secret that Arden Vikre (72) is the heart and soul of the A-LINE DCRST Dwarf Car Series. Along with being a competitor “Papa Arden” oversees all aspects of the club's operations and is also the one who works, overhauls and helps maintain many of the cars in the series. It goes without saying that when Vikre swept the heat and main event Saturday at Central Texas Speedway his fellow competitors were all smiling. The San Marcos, TX driver quickly took the early race lead in the 25 lap main event and never looked back en route to his first feature race win of 2016. As the race started a lap 2 crash seriously damaged the #25 machine of Dylan Budnik as he made hard contact with the front stretch retaining wall, once the action resumed it was Vikre and James Fitzgerald (6) leading the field as the action continued behind them. A late race caution with 3 laps remaining bunched the field up for a late race run. On the restart 3rd place runner Rodney Rodriguez (4) lost the grip on the exit of turn 2 eliminating himself and the cars of Ty Paxson (15) and Butch Havelka (27). On the restart it was Vikre holding on over Fitzgerald with Chris Silvas (85), Kevin Hubbard (3) and Dwain Groff (88/14) rounding out the top 5. Audra Pitcock and Farmers Insurance awarded a $100.00 “Hard Charger Award” which was collected by Hubbard; Mike Paxson and Moore Electric awarded a $100.00 “Electric Lap of the Race” award for fast time in the main event to Jerry Young (18) for his 16.882 second lap. Lyle Bonnet (16) and Young picked up heat race wins as well. Next up for DCRST is a trip back to the dirt at South Texas Speedway on July 23rd. Point leader Rusty Young did not compete in the CTS race and many point contenders struggled so the A-LINE DCRST point standings have tightened up tremendously. Updated standings and results along with additional series information may be found at www.DCRST.com and series sponsor A-Line Auto Parts information is available at www.ALINEAUTO.com.
  15. Matt Goulais outguns the A-Line Dwarf Car Series of Texas field Kyle, TX (June 20, 2016) - Matt Goulais (39) has had a tough year in A-Line DCRST Dwarf Car racing, but Saturday night he turned the tables on lady luck at a full 360 as Goulais won the wild, action-packed, 25- lap main event at Central Texas Speedway in Kyle. A big field of 24 cars started the feature as Goulais, along with Arden Vikre (72), set the early pace while the field raced 3 wide at a torrid pace behind them. Dwain Groff (99) took command on lap 4 and appeared to be the car to beat, leading up through lap 21. Groff was driving the Gary Buchanan prepared car in this event after his usual #14 car suffered heavy damage in the prior race at CTS. As the field approached lapped traffic Goulais took advantage of the situation and took control in the final laps as Groff encountered problems getting through the traffic. The top 7 spots sliced and diced in the final laps making the run to the stripe. Drew Semintal (37), Rusty Young (88), Vikre, and Ty Paxson (15) rounded out the top 5. Rodney Rodriguez (4), Groff, Kevin Hubbard (3), Dylan Budnik (25), and Chris Silvas Jr. (86) rounded out the top 10. Lyle Bonnet (16), Vikre, and Paxson picked up heat race wins. The event at CTS a preview of the summer action to come. The teams battled extreme heat and slick conditions throughout the day but yet still produced amazing speeds on the race track. At the midway point of the A-Line DCRST season points have tightened and the fun to the Wild Side A-LINE FINAL 4 will be one of the best in series history. Next up for the series is a return trip to CTS on July 9th Additional series information may be found at www.DCRST.com and series sponsor A-Line Auto Parts information is available at www.ALINEAUTO.com.
  16. Casey Smith King of the Hill in A-Line Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas at Central Texas Speedway, 5/21/16 Kyle, TX (May 23, 2016) - Casey Smith (99) kept his undefeated streak in tact as the Austin, Texas driver once again swept the heat and main event races in A-Line DCRST Dwarf Car action at Central Texas Speedway in Kyle. In main event action starting deep in the field Smith used an outside line move early to quickly find his way to the front of the 18 car field. A grinding front straightaway crash on lap 17 caused serious damage to the cars of Dwain Groff (14), Matt Goulais (39) and also involved last week's winner Dillon Coyne (12). The cars of Groff and Goulais ending up with hard contact with the steel barrier. The fast action resumed as Smith led the field through one more caution as race was behind him with Jerry Young (18), Drew Semintal (37), Rusty Young (88) and Rodney Rodriguez (4) rounding out the battle for the top 5. James Fitzgerald (6), Ryan Stoy (20), Chris Silvas Jr. (86), Dylan Budnik (25) and Chris Silvas (85) rounded out the top 10. Budnik, Goulais, and Smith picked up early afternoon heat race wins. “The Wild Side Tour” takes a 4 week break before the next event a return trip to CTS on June 18th as at the midway point the point race has tightened up and the teams prepare for what promised to be an epic run to the ALine FINAL 4. Additional series information may be found at www.DCRST.com and series sponsor A-Line Auto Parts information is available at www.alineauto.com.
  17. Dillon Coyne powers to A-Line DCRST win at South Texas Speedway Corpus Christi, TX (May 15, 2016) - Boerne, Texas driver Dillon Coyne (12) picked up a clean sweep of A-Line Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas action at South Texas Speedway in Corpus Christi Saturday night. Eighteen teams made the start of the 25-lap main event on the slick and tacky track. At the drop of the green Dylan Budnik (25) jumped to the top spot and lead the majority of the race as the field paced in fast pack racing. Two cautions added to the attrition as many contenders were eliminated with damage or mechanical failure. Coyne made the late race pass to pick up his first career A-Line DCRST main event holding off Budnik, Ryan Stoy (20), Chase Havely (31) and Rusty Young (88). Kevin Hubbard (8), Butch Havelka (27), Tyler Folkerts (42), Rodney Rodriguez (4) and Jerry Book (50) rounded out the top 10. Budnik, Coyne and Stoy were heat race winners. Rusty Young added to his point lead with the top-5 run and due to struggles by other contenders. It is back to work as “The Wild Side Tour” gets back to work Saturday May 21st at Central Texas Speedway for back-to-back, dirt-to-asphalt racing in true A-Line DCRST fashion, showing the versatility of the teams and cars. Additional series information may be found at www.DCRST.com and series sponsor A-Line Auto Parts information is available at www.ALINEAUTO.com
  18. Casey Smith tops large A-Line Dwarf Car Racing Series field at CTS as DCRST wecomes A-Line Auto Parts as Series Sponsor Kyle, TX (April 25, 2016) - The Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas officially became the A-Line Auto Parts DCRST Dwarf Cars Saturday as the series once again loaded the pits at Central Texas Speedway in Kyle, TX with 25 race teams. The new partnership teams the longtime Texas auto parts retailer and short track racing sponsor with the lightning quick racing tour for the 2016 season. In the main event after a yellow flag on the start front row starters Rodney Rodriguez (4) and Jerry Young (18) lead the field under green until a caution involving multiple cars on the backstretch flew on lap 20 of the 25 lap main event. During the green flag run Casey Smith (99) and Rusty Young (88) worked through the full field of tightly packed cars. On the restart it was Smith jumping out and took the win even after an additional caution flag beating J. Young, Drew Simental (37), Rodriguez and R. Young. Dillon Coyne (12), James Fitzgerald (6), Butch Havelka (27), Dwain Groff (14) and Kevin Hubbard (3) rounded out the ultra competitive top 10. Russell Rust (8), J. Young and Smith took heat race wins. The A-Line DCRST Dwarfs take some time off before a trip back to South Texas Speedway on May 14th for race 5 of the 2016 Wild Side Tour season. Additional series information may be found at www.DCRST.com and series sponsor A-Line Auto Parts information is available at www.ALINEAUTO.com
  19. Ryan Stoy Dominates Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas event at South Texas Speedway Corpus Christi, TX - The Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas returned to South Texas Speedway in Corpus Christi, TX Saturday (April 16) for race three in the 2016 DCRST schedule and Hutto, Texas, driver Ryan “The Mechanic” Stoy (20) packed a broom and swept the action. In the main event Stoy quickly asserted himself as the car to beat and set sail as the 16-car field ran under green flag conditions "wire-to-wire" on a tacky STS surface. The action was behind the leader as Butch Havelka (27) came home as runner up over Drew Simental (37), Kevin Hubbard (8) and Ty Paxson(15) rounding out the top 5. Billy Groff (30), Dwain Groff (48), James Fitzgerald (6), Chris Silvas Jr (86) and Rusty Young (88) rounded out the top 10. Fitzgerald and B. Groff were heat race winners earlier in the evening along with Stoy. After back to back dirt track races “The Wild Side Tour” returns to the blacktop at Central Texas Speedway Saturday, April 23, for the Budweiser 250 event. The 2016 season opened at CTS in March with a field of 25 cars and this event has every indication of producing the same count. The early season point battle has tightened up after 3 events. All race results, current points and additional information including driver bios are available at www.DCRST.com. You can follow DCRST on Facebook by searching Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas and on Twitter @DCRST.
  20. RUSTY YOUNG STARTS 2016 WITH A SWEEP Kyle, TX - Defending Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas champion Rusty Young (88) kicked off the new 2016 season just as he did most of 2015 by sweeping the weekend at Central Texas Speedway in the NAPA Know How 250 event. An amazing 25 cars made it through the pit gate at CTS for the season opener on 3/8 d-shaped paved oval just south of Austin in Kyle, Texas setting the stage for what is promising to be the most competitive season in series history. The field made of series veterans and some newcomers faced the challenge of cool conditions from a front that made it's way to south central Texas late Friday evening bringing wind gusts of over 30 mph and setting race day conditions in the 50's. Speed was not effected with only one of the entries not able to make the main event Young used a great starting position draw to quickly move into the top position after 2 start attempts and an early race caution. Quickly moving in to attempt to challenge Young was Gary Buchanan (99) in a new, fast moving machine and those to checked out from the field to finish 1-2. Ty Paxson (15), Dwain Groff (14) and Dillon Coyne (12) rounded out the top 5. Billy Groff (30), Ryan Stoy (20), Drew Semintal (37), Kevin Hubbard (3) and Chris Silvas (85) rounded out the top 10 in ultra competitive main event. Lyle Bonnet (16), R. Young and Buchanan notched heat race wins earlier in the afternoon. Next up for The Wild Side Tour is the first trip to the dirt track in Corpus Christi, TX South Texas Speedway for race event #2 on April 2nd. The series will race at STS again on April 16th then it is back to CTS April 23rd as the season moves forward. DCRST will be announcing a new venture that the series will be involved in later this week as well. For more information about the series visit www.DCRST.com and follow the series on Facebook by searching Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas.
  21. DCRST ANNOUNCES 2016 RACE SCHEDULE Kyle, TX - The popular Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas (DCRST) announced and posted it's 2016 race dates this week. The series, which will be in season nine, will once again travel the state of Texas with The Wild Side Tour which is considered by many race fans to be the most entertaining racing on the Texas short track scene. Over the history of the series drivers and teams have shown versatility by competing on both black top asphalt and dirt track ovals; 2016 will follow the same routine. With the shortage of asphalt racing tracks in Texas the series has added multiple race dates at South Texas Speedway in Corpus Christi, Texas a favorite of many drivers on the tour. The balance of the schedule will be at Central Texas Speedway in Kyle, Texas a long time staple for DCRST. The 15-race schedule kicks off March 19, 2016 at CTS then begins to rotate from dirt to asphalt as the season moves into the summer and culminates back at CTS November 12th. In 2016 the season ending Final 4 races will split the two surfaces which will only amp up the intensity for run to the series title. For additional DCRST series information visit www.DCRST.com and follow the series on Facebook by searching Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas. 2016 Racing Schedule: Mar. 19 - CTS Apr. 2 - STS Apr. 16 - STS Apr. 23 - CTS May 14 - STS May 21 - CTS June 18 - CTS July 9 - CTS July 23 - STS Aug. 13 - CTS Aug. 27 - STS Sept 10 - CTS Sept 24 - STS Oct. 22 - CTS Nov. 12 - CTS Central Texas Speedway = CTS South Texas Speedway = STS
  22. Rusty Young caps off 2015 DCRST season in the winners circle Kyle, TX (November 16, 2015) - Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas driver Rusty Young (88) wrapped up the 2015 series championship a few weeks back. Saturday night at Central Texas Speedway the Helotes, TX driver added an exclamation point to an already amazing season by winning the 25 lap non points main event. Race day brought cooler temps and the teams dodged on and off rain showers that made practice time precious. Even with the weather conditions 18 cars were on hand for the season finale. DCRST was set to qualify, a rare occurrence in the series but with the weather time trials were cancelled and the drivers drew for position. Rusty Young's “luck of the draw” continued as he drew outside row one. At the drop of the green the newly crowned champion was off and running as the field gave chase. In a great run from the rear of the field Ryan Stoy (20) chased Young to the flag in the runner up spot. Series runner up Dwain Groff (14) and third place point finisher Ty Paxon (15) ended up third and fourth with Drew Semintal (37) rounding out the top 5. Matt Goulais (39), Dillon Coyne (12), Arden Vikre (72), Kevin Hubbard (3) and Rodney Rodriguez (4) rounded out the top 10 as the curtain fell on a successful yet weather challenged 2015 campaign. On Sunday in DCRST tradition the series gathered to honor the 2015 drivers and commence 2016 with a business meeting. Champion Rusty Young's resume featured 5 main event wins, 3 heat race wins, and 7 main event top 5's in 12 races. Dwain Groff tallied a season that featured 8 top 5's in a true run of consistency to second in the series and Ty Paxson in his third place season run picked up 2 heat race wins and a main event win that also helped him capture the 2015 Rookie of the Year award in the series. Rodney Rodriguez was awarded 2015 DCRST Sportsman of the Year. All drivers competing in season events were recognized and honored during the event at Dick's Classic Car Museum in San Marcos, Texas. To follow DCRST through the off season visit the series website www.DCRST.com or follow the series on Facebook by searching Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas or follow along on Twitter & Periscope @DCRST. DCRST has been established as a premier and fan favorite in the Texas racing community and 2016 promises to be an even more exciting season.
  23. Rusty Young wins another DCRST feature at Central Texas Speedway Kyle, TX (October 19, 2015) - Rusty Young (88) continued to do what he has done most of the 2015 season at Central Texas Speedway in DCRST races - win. The Helotes, Texas driver this time had to hold off his brother, Jerry Young (18), who piloted one of Rusty's back-up cars after mechanical issues sidelined his primary car. Ryan Stoy (20), Dwain Groff (14) and Butch Havelka (27) rounded out the top 5 as the event moved quickly with little caution flag action on the 3/8 mile D-shaped oval. Ty Paxon (15), Arden Vikre (72), Rodney Rodriguez (4), Billy Groff (30) and Kevin Hubbard (3) rounded out the top 10 in Race 3 of the DCRST FINAL 4. Jim Kritikos (5), Havelka and Chase Havely (31) notched heat race wins. With the win Rusty Young adds to his point lead over Dwain Groff, but Groff did notch another top-5 to keep the leader within shouting distance. The 2015 points season ends October 31st back at Central Texas Speedway as the series crowns the 2015 champion. Many drivers are in close contention throughout the top 12 and the final points will be gained at the Halloween night event. Race results, point standings, driver bios and more are available at www.DCRST.com
  24. Rusty Young wins at CTS in DCRST Final 4 opener Kyle, Texas (September 28, 2015) - Rusty Young (88) from Helotes kicked off the Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas '”Final 4” where he has been several time this season - in victory lane at Central Texas Speedway in the Bud Light Fall Classic 250. Young took the lead on lap 9 of the 25-lap main event and sailed to victory adding to his point lead with three points races remaining. A late race caution tightened the field but Young was able to hold off Ryan Stoy (20), Dwain Groff (14), Rodney Rodriguez (4) and Chase Havely (31). The bottom half of the top ten consisted of Ty Paxson (15), Arden Vikre (72), Matt Goulais (39), Hayden Becker (17) and Derek Scott Jr. (27B). Billy Groff (30), Jerry Young (18) and Havely picked up heat race wins earlier in the evening. D. Groff's top 5 finish did keep him close to Young in the point standings that can be found at www.DCRST.com. Next up for The Wild Side Tour is a trip to Corpus Christi Speedway on October 10th. The ¼ mile high banked bullring always throws a challenge at the teams and this promises to not disappoint.
  25. DCRST Dwarfs washed out at STS - On to Final 4 September 16, 2015 - The Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas event at South Texas Speedway was rained out this past Saturday eliminating an all important, challenging dirt track race from the schedule. With that the series is on it's way toThe FINAL 4 events of the 2015 campaign. DCRST drops the 2 lowest point races for each competitor before the final four events and the point race tightens up. Rusty Young and last year's runner up Dwain Groff appear poised for a title battle as the series heads to the first event in the title chase September 26th at Central Texas Speedway. The Top 12 behind the two top drivers is tight as can be with drivers separated by just a few markers. This promises to be a great run to the DCRST Championship. Follow DCRST on facebook https://www.facebook.com/dcrst?ref=bookmarks for additional race and driver information or search on You Tube for race videos. DCRST TOP 12 heading into the FINAL 4: 1. 88 Rusty Young 484 2. 14 Dwain Groff 464 3. 15 Ty Paxson 423 4. 72 Arden Vikre 421 5. 31 Chase Havely 405 6. 09 Grant Prejean 395 7. 20 Ryan Stoy 387 8. 4 Rodney Rodriguez 384 9. 27 Butch Havelka 381 10. 18 Jerry Young 336 11. 3 Kevin Hubbard 335 12. 54 Todd McLemore 299
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