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  2. AM Racing | NASCAR Camping World Truck Series - Watkins Glen (N.Y.) International | United Rentals 176 Fast Facts No. 22 AM Racing Team: Driver: Austin Wayne Self Primary Partner(s): AIRBOX Air Purifier | The Safe Air Zone Manufacturer: Chevrolet Silverado Crew Chief: Ryan Salomon Spotter: Tony Raines 2021 Driver Points Position: 15th | 2021 Owner Points Position: 16th WISE Power 200 Starting Position: 16th (Based on event formula) Chassis Intel: AMR Chassis No. 110; previously raced at Circuit of the Americas on May 22, 2021 (Start: 29th | Finish: 16th). Engine: Ilmor Racing Technologies Notes of Interest: Returning To The Finger Lakes: For the first time since 2000, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will make left and right turns at Watkins Glen (N.Y.) International for their third and final road course start of the 2021 NCWTS season. The Truck Series was held each year at Watkins Glen from 1996 to 2000, with Greg Biffle winning the series' last race there in June of 2000. Road-course expert Ron Fellows won Watkins Glen's truck event in 1997 and 1999. The event located in Schuyler County, is among the 16 national series’ tripleheader events in 2021. Welcome Back: AIRBOX Air Purifier returns to AM Racing as the primary marketing partner for driver Austin Wayne Self in Saturday afternoon’s United Rentals 176 at Watkins Glen (N.Y.) International. AIRBOX Air Purifier has partnered with the Statesville, N.C.-based team for five races between the 2020 and 2021 seasons respectively. Welcome To The Team: This weekend at Watkins Glen, AM Racing welcomes The Safe Air Zone as an associate partner on Austin Wayne Self’s No. 22 Chevrolet Silverado. Texas Pride: Two Texas-based companies will also return as partners for Austin Wayne Self this weekend at Watkins Glen. The Statesville, N.C.-based team will sport the signage of GO TEXAN and AM Technical Solutions on the No. 22 Chevrolet Silverado for the 15th NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) race of the season. Double Duty: For the first time this season, Austin Wayne Self will have double driving responsibilities as he’ll pilot the No. 32 AIRBOX | Janitronics Chevrolet in Friday evening’s ARCA Menards Series race at Watkins Glen (N.Y.) International. Self will make his 50th ARCA Menards Series start on Friday, Aug. 6, and first since 2019. In four career ARCA road course events, Self-delivered three top-10 finishes and maintains a solid average finish of 11.8. Career Year: Just past the halfway point of the 2021 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, Austin Wayne Self and AM Racing are enjoying a banner year. 14 races into the season, the team has just two finishes of 23rd or worse and maintains an average finish of 17.9 entering the United 176. He is mirroring his 2018 Truck Series season where he finished a career-best 12th in the championship standings maintaining an average finishing position of 17.0. Austin Wayne Self Truck Watkins Glen Stats: Saturday afternoon’s United Rentals 176 at WGI will mark Self’s first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at the 2.450-mile road course. This weekend, however, will be his third road course race of the season. Earlier this season, Self-competed on the Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway Road Course and Circuit of the Americas (COTA) Road Course. Austin Wayne Self Truck Series Road Course Stats: At NASCAR Camping World Truck Series tracks classified as a road course, Self has made seven starts throughout his career with one top-10 finish, while also carrying an average finishing position of 14.4. Knoxville Raceway | Corn Belt 150 Race Recap: In the most recent NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Knoxville Raceway, Austin Wayne Self-made his 121st NCWTS start. Starting 21st for the second consecutive race, Self-contended for his third top-10 finish of the season before being swept into a massive late-race pileup ending his night 20 laps from the finish. Self-finished 30th, the team’s worst finish of the 2021 season. 14 races complete, Self and his Statesville, N.C.-based AM Racing have two top-10s, five top-15s, nine top-20s and 12 top-23 finishes. To The Point(s): Entering Watkins Glen, Self sits 15th in the championship standings with 280 points earned and a loss of one position following the Corn Belt 150. Just 84 points separate Self from 10th in the championship standings currently held by Stewart Friesen and 171 points in the arrears from fifth locked by Zane Smith with eight races remaining this season. In the race for a Playoff spot, Self is 71 points from the cutoff currently held by Chandler Smith and needs a win on Saturday afternoon to vault himself into the Playoff picture. AM Racing also secures 16th in the NCWTS owner standings. Calling the Shots: Ryan Salomon will continue to lead Austin Wayne Self and the AM Racing team this weekend at Watkins Glen. This weekend marks his 18th race as crew chief for Self and in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. During his tenure, he guided Self to an average finish of 17.0 during the 2020 and 2021 seasons, respectively. Career Rundown: Since 2016, Self has competed in 121 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races, delivering two top-five and 10 top-10 finishes. He finished a career-best 12th in the championship standings in 2018. Spanning six years of Truck Series competition, he maintains an average finish of 18.5. Follow on Social Media: For more on Austin Wayne Self, please visit awsracing.com, like his Facebook page (Austin Wayne Self), or follow him on Twitter @AustinWSelf. For more on AM Racing, please visit AMRacingteam.com, like their Facebook page (AM Racing) or follow them on Twitter @AMRacingNASCAR. Austin Wayne Self Pre-Race Quotes: On Watkins Glen International: “It’s nice to get back in a truck after several weeks off. I’m pumped about getting back on a road course. I really enjoy road course racing and feel like I continue to improve as a road course driver with every race. Running the ARCA race on Friday evening will be a big help in getting familiar with the layout of Watkins Glen and hopefully we can carry the momentum of the ARCA race to the Truck race on Saturday afternoon. I also want to thank The Safe Air Zone and Janitronics for jumping on board this weekend at Watkins Glen. Hopefully, it’s a strong weekend start to finish.” On Knoxville Raceway: “That was unfortunate. We had such a fast No. 22 GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet Silverado, but the bottom lane really became king there in Stage 3 and it became just a matter of bumper trucks on the restarts and we found ourselves on the wrong end very late in the race. It’s a shame. Ryan (Salomon, crew chief) and everyone brought me a great truck and Brett (Moffitt) was doing great too before he had his issues. I’m proud of the effort by this AM Racing team even if we don’t have the results to show for it. On to Watkins Glen and our last shot at a Hail Mary to make the Playoffs.” On 2021 Season: “This is it as far as the Playoffs are concerned. We will do what we can to put ourselves in a position to either contend for the win or even throw a Hail Mary to pull an upset. It is not going to be easy, but we won’t be going down without a fight. Even if we don’t make the Playoffs though, it’s been a strong season for the AM Racing team and we have a lot more to accomplish and prove before Phoenix in November.” Race Information: The United Rentals 176 (72 laps | 176.4 miles) is the 15th of 22 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races on the 2021 schedule. The 40-truck field will take the green flag on Sat., Aug. 7, 2021, shortly after 12:00 p.m. ET with live coverage on FOX Sports 1, the Motor Racing Network (Radio) and SiriusXM Satellite Radio NASCAR Channel 90. About AM Racing: AM Racing is a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) team headquartered in Statesville, N.C. Established in December 2015, AM Racing is prided on faith, honesty and intelligent performance.
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  7. Back to School Night/750 to Win Factory Stocks @ I-37 Speedway 7/31/21 By JM Hallas Pleasanton, TX.,(July 31st, 2021)Saturday was the tracks annual “Back to School night” with the track and Team Dinsmore handing out school supplies to kids in need that attended. Also featured was big All in Designs Factory Stock shootout with $750 on the line for the winner, plus the other regular Classes(Price Chevrolet IMCA Modifieds, Swenson Racing Products Limited Modifieds, Sport Compacts, Go-Karts and introducing, making their first I-37 Speedway appearance, the Economy Modifieds(E-Mods) The race also serves as a tune-up race for the upcoming Red River Modified Tour coming August 14th with the Modifieds, Limited Modifieds and Factory Stocks. After having last race off, the IMCA Modifieds points didn't change with Jared Maupin leading by 15 over Ryan Doyon with Talon Minten, Brandon Welker and Cody Clark in the top five. Maupin also heads the Limited Modifieds with Sterling Tausch jumping to second past Craig Oakes, Edward Oakes and JJ Jennings. The Factory Stocks have Dakota Hurley out front by two points on Dillon Gaither trailed by Dustin Hurley, George Quintanilla and Hunter Peterson moving up to complete the top five. With another win last time out, Ryan McDonald extended his Sport Compact points lead over Brandon McCall, Ryker Hernandez, Shaun Tracy and defending champ Jamie Garner. Green to Green in Modified Main A lucky thirteen IMCA Modifieds took the green with Rick Green grabbing the point off turn 2 pursued by Marcus Mikulencak, Logan Dinsmore and Craig Oakes. Oakes would half spin in turn 2 with Raymond McSpadden, Landon Bednarz and Ryan Doyon spinning to avoid contact. This set off a series of cautions before getting back under green. Finally back to green, it was Green getting a slight advantage while Mikulencak and Maupin battled for second and Oakes quickly working forward getting past Cameron Starry and McSpadden for fifth. JP Dowell had a good run going taking third from Maupin before pulling off just before halfway. At the crossed flags it was Green, Maupin, Mikulencak, Oakes and Dinsmore in the top five. Oakes was able to snag third from Mikulencak while Dinsmore and McSpadden were side by side for fifth. Up front Green was easing away while Oakes and Maupin battled for second. A late caution for Mikulencak stopped on the back stretch erased his lead. On green, Green got away but Maupin gave him a look low coming off turn 4 to the white flag. Green(Bertram) was able to hold off the challenge to score the victory in his Green Construction, Carroll Construction, NateMare Graphics, crate powered, BMS Chassis. “It was a lot of fun tonight,” replied Green. “I finally went back to a lot of old school set up stuff. I was pretty happy. All I tried to do was tell myself to hit my marks. Jared(Maupin) told me I was beating him in(to the corner), killing him off and he could only close in the center.” “I knew those guys were going to push hard. That's one reason I'd enter(the corners) the way I did. I entered harder than I've been doing it and the car just hooked up phenomenal off the corners. I was pretty sure it was going to take something special to get around me.” “The track had some slick spot and a little rutty in spots. My car seemed to like it. It didn't matter I was able to glide right over them. If you got your car entered in (turn) 3 you could come off the bottom hard.” Price Chevrolet IMCA Modifieds 82 Rick Green, 96 Jared Maupin, 91 Craig Oakes, 8gII Logan Dinsmore, 48r Raymond McSpadden, 741 Cameron Starry, bd1 Marcus Mikulencak, 5 Cody Clark, 715 JP Dowell, 16 Landon Bednarz, 5r Ryan Doyon, 31m Marlin Samford, 7 Stephen Boubel IMCA Modified heats Heat 1; 82 Rick Green, 715 JP Dowell, 5r Ryan Doyon, 741 Cameron Starry, 16 Landon Bednarz, 5 Cody Clark, 31 Marlin Samford Heat 2; 96 Jared Maupin, 91 Craig Oakes, bd1 Marcus MikulencaK, 48r Raymond McSpadden, 8gII Logan Dinsmore, 7 Stephen Boubel Maupin on the Money As the Limited Modified 20-lap took the green Jared Maupin and JJ Jennings stayed wheel to wheel before Maupin got the nose out front off turn 2. Jennings moved up behind Maupin with Tanner Whitmire, Heath Stewart and Nathan Oakes trailing. N. Oakes half spun allowing Tom Grothues to get past for fifth. Grothues would scrape the front stretch wall knocking off part of the spoiler for a quick debris caution. The ensing restart saw Sterling Tausch and Michael Carlock make contact sending Tausch to the infield, jumping turn 3 of the go-kart track. Both soldiered on without caution. Roly Rodriguez got alongside Whitmire for third taking the place after Whitmire drifted too high, with Stewart and Lawrence Mikulencak also getting by. Stewart was able to get third from Rodriguez while Whitmire was back challenging Mikulencak. Tausch's night got worse as he tagged the front wall, ending his night. On the restart coming to halfway it was Maupin, Jennings, Stewart, Whitmire and Rodriguez. The top three separated out with a gap back to Whitmire, Rodriguez and N. Oakes. As the last half clicked off, N. Oakes had a motor expire and while trying to get to the infield, collect Carlock for a late caution. On the restart to the finish it was Maupin getting away by three car lengths, but Jennings would close the gap in the middle of the corners. As close as Jennings could get was a half car length as Maupin(San Antonio) in the BMF Shocks & Chassis, Best Race Engines, Dirty by BMF Chassis took the victory. “I'm glad I got jump on the first lap to get the lead,” explained Maupin “The track was tough, I knew it would be hard to get by him. He's Been fast all year. I was glad to get the jump.” “I knew a lot about the track running three classes. I tried free my IMCA Modified up, but didn't get it as free as I needed to. The Limited Modified was really drivable. The first five or so laps I was searching a bit for the best line. I found a pretty good combination that worked. I knew it would be hard to get by me with the line I was running.” Swenson Racing Products Limited Modifieds 96 Jared Maupin,26g JJ Jennings, h14 Heath Stewart, 12r Roly Rodriguez, 21 Nathan Oakes, 76 Michael Carlock, 13m Ben Mikulencak, 101 Tanner Whitmire, 87 Lawrence Mikulencak, 95 Sterling Tausch, 11t Tom Grothues, 24r Johnny Brown---dns, 53 Edward Oakes---dns Limited Modified heats Heat 1; 26g JJ Jennings, 101 Tanner Whitmire, 21 Nathan Oakes, 87 Lawrence Mikulencak, 76 Michael Carlock, 95 Sterling Tausch, 24r Johnny Brown Heat 2; 96 Jared Maupin, h14 Heath Stewart, 11t Tom Grothues, 12r Roly Rodriguez, 13m Ben Mikulencak, 53 Edward Oakes Witzsche Wins E-Mod Inaugural In their first ever I-37 Speedway appearance, ten E-Mods took the green with Brianna Witzsche and Cooper Koliba staying side by side until Witzsche got the advantage off turn 2. Koliba was able to hold second with Gilbert Perez third followed by Darenger Nesloney and Brad Waddups. Waddups would have trouble and stop for a quick caution. Perez was able to grab second on the restart and begin to pressure Witzsche as the top two eased away. Perez made a little contact, but Witzsche was able to hold the point coming to halfway trailed by Perez, Koliba, Jeff Markert and Nesloney. Nesloney and Daniel Preston made contact sending Preston around and Nesloney to the tail. Back to green, Witzsche inched ahead of Perez while Preston was on a march getting fourth from Markert, then third from Koliba. As the white waved Witzsche(Corpus Christi) had five car lengths on Perez and was able to score the victory in her Lalos Automotive, Ace Transmissions, Scott Electric, Larry Smith Racing, 50/50 Racing, Ace Automotive Machine Shop powered, Empire Chassis to sweep the night. “I was very nervous with Gilbert(Perez) behind me,” exclaimed Witzsche. “I race with him down at South Texas Speedway and I know he's a very good competitor. I just tried my hardest to tell myself that I could do it.” “The only tracks that race my class or South Texas and Texana. Hopefully if all the tracks accept us I'd love to be able to race some big E-Mod shows. “My dad got me a Go-kart when I was younger and I stated doing that. I moved up to E-Mods and have doing that for about three or four years.” E-Mods 59b Brianna Witzsche, 3 Gilbert Perez, 6” Daniel Preston, 04 Cooper Koliba, 95 Jeff Markert, 131 Darenger Nesloney, 23f Jaycee Fitch, 43 Kayden Petty, 2d Kimsey Davis, 6 Brad Waddups E-Mod heats Heat 1; 59b Brianna Witzsche, 3 Gilbert Perez,95 Jeff Markert, 43 Kayden Petty, 6” Daniel Preston Heat 2; 04 Cooper Koliba, 131 Deranger Nesloney, 6 Brad Waddups, 23f Jaycee Fitch, 2d Kimsey Davis Leddy Leads 'Em All A field of 21-Factory Stocks took the green with Aaron Leddy getting the edge in turn 2 chased by Allen Torres, Jose Lopez jr. and Kasey Krauss door to door and Cameron Dinsmore. It was quickly three wide for third with Dinsmore getting past Lopez and Krauss. Dinsmore then put the pressure on Torres for second getting the spot with Krauss following to third. A multi-car tangle in turns 3-4 ended the night for Shannon Maurer, Kyle Kirkland and Dillon Gaither for a lap 6 yellow. On the restart Lopez took third back from Krauss as Dinsmore began looking low on Leddy for the lead. A yellow slowed the action up front when Ryan Carlucci and Dustin Hurley got together in turn 1-2. Back to green, Dinsmore and Lopez stayed side by side for second with Dakota Hurley and Allen Alexander paired up for fourth. At halfway it was Leddy, Dinsmore, Lopez, Da. Hurley and Alexander in the top five. Dinsmore kept the pressure on Leddy giving him looks low while Da. Hurley grabbed third from Lopez. As Leddy and Dinsmore battled for the lead, Da. Hurley, coming from his ninth row starting spot, was closing quickly. Further back, Micky Helms was door to door with Alexander for fifth. Dinsmore tried to change his line running higher in corners, and was keeping the heat on Leddy. With two to go Dinsmore changed up again now back trying low. The veteran, Leddy(Von Ormy) held steady, and was able to hold off the young gun, Dinsmore for the hard earned victory in Jamie Fuller owned, Reflective Wrecker, JGR Fab, C-3 Speed Horses, Lazer Chassis. “That was a tough race,” said Leddy. “I didn't know Cameron Dinsmore was coming up that hard. We made a little contact. Starting up front helped. If you start mid-pack with this class it's tough to get up front with the competition level.” “When I'm out front I don't think about the lines they pick on restarts. I just stay focused on where my car is fastest. I had the fast line for my car. So I try to stay consistent. I tried a couple different lines on each end of the track early, but didn't feel like I gained anything.” All in Design Factory Stocks 93 Aaron Leddy , 8c Cameron Dinsmore, 40 Dakota Hurley, 29 Jose Lopez jr., 174 Mickey Helms, 23k Kasey Krauss, 99 Allen Alexander, 25 Nathan Rachui, 20 Mike Lyon, 9 Johnny Westfall, 7 Jesse Sandoval, 133 Megan Dodson, 36 George Quintanilla, 18s Jarrett Payton, 4d Dustin Hurley, 34 Ryan Carlucci, 02 Shannon Maurer, 18 Kyle Kirkland, 99a Dillon Gaither, 31 Allen Torres, 10 Scott Jerkins, 20r Jared Maupin---dns, 13 Johnny Johnson---dns Factory Stock heats Heat 1; 31 Allen Torres, 29 Jose Lopez jr., 174 Mickey Helms, 18 Kyle Kirkland, 36 George Quintanilla, 20 Mike Lyon, 9 Johnny Westfall, 133 Megan Dodson Heat 2; 93 Aaron Leddy, 02 Shannon Maurer, 99 Allen Alexander, 18s Jarrett Payton, 34 Ryan Carlucci, 99a Dillon Gaither, 10 Scott Jerkins, 13 Johnny Johnson Heat 3; 23k Kasey Krauss, 8c Cameron Dinsmore, 20r Jared Maupin, 7 Jesse Sandoval, 4d Dustin Hurley, 40 Dakota Hurley, 25r Nathan Rachui Lucky Lopez for B Factory Win At the start of the B Factory Stock feature it was Jerry Miller, from row two quickly taking command chased by Kakayla Trimble, Jason Gordon, Daniel Lopez and Ronnie Schoenfeldt. Miller stretched out his advantage briefly, as Trimble began closing the gap coming to halfway showing Miller, Trimble, Gordon and Lopez side by side and Schoenfeldt. Miller broke, slowing abruptly coming off turn 4 with Trimble making slight contact and spinning trying to avoid Miller who rolled to a stop. This put Lopez(Somerset) up front for the restart and he wasted little time pulling away to take the win in his Southside Repair & Maintenance, JGR Fab, Bubbas Tree Service, Mission Racing, homebuilt chassis. “My buddy Jerry Miller had this race won, but had some trouble with his car.” said Lopez. “There was no catching him. I was going to settle for second or third. After he had trouble and took out second place I just sent the car as hard as I could. I drove it like I've never driven it before. “It's been a lot of hard work, I've been having some motor problems. I kind of kick myself on what set up I should put on the car. The Factory Stock is a lot easier to work on than my Sport Compact was. It's a lot faster, easier to drive and do more set up stuff. I enjoy the Factory Stock more.” B Factory Stocks 15 Daniel Lopez, 29 Jason Gordon, 98 Ronnie Schoenfeldt, 174 Makayla Trimble, 75 Jerry Miller, 55 Chris Clark, 12x Daniel Ralston---dns, 13j Jett Johnson---dns B Factory Stock heat; 174 Makayla Trimble, 12x Daniel Ralston, 29 Jason Gordon, 75 Jerry Miller, 98 Ronnie Schoenfeldt, 13j Jett Johnson, 55b Chris Clark Sport Compact Money to McCall The 20-lap Sport Compact feature was packed with action from start to finish with lapped traffic the determining factor. At the start it was Michael Burris jr quickly taking command ahead of Rod Tait, Jamie Garner, Ryan McDonald and Ryker Hernandez. Tait, Garner and McDonald were nearly three wide for second as Burris checked out. A spin by Chad Miller rebunched the field on lap 4 giving Garner the chance to take second from Tait. McDonald was trying for third when he and Tait made contact sending McDonald over the turn 4 hill for a lap 6 caution. McCall grabbed second from Garner on the restart with the top five at halfway Burris, McCall, Garner, Justin Sitterle and Joshua Garcia. With two to go the lead trio came up on traffic having their own battle. Burris had contact with Aaron Driscoll with he, Darrel Jones and McCall now three wide for the lead. More contact and Burris had the bumper cover ripped off for a caution, sending him to the back, leaving McCall out front for the green, white, checkered finish. As green waved, Garner tried high on McCall while Burris was fighting his way back to the front. Garner gave it the ol' college try on McCall but to no avail as McCall(Von Ormy) in the Southside Maintenance & Repair, Bettis Boat & RV Storage, Freddy Harris Sand & Clay, Rachel Plant Picture Taker, William Saunders, Chevy Cobalt scored the win with Burris getting by Garcia and John Thomas. “We've had some bad luck lately,” replied McCall. “We've been chasing a lot of stuff on the car. Tonight, after changing a bunch of stuff, went out in the heat, first lap and get a flat. I had no time to see what the car would do and started dead last in the main. I picked my way through all the way to the front.” “I slapped myself a couple times and told myself I had to be patient. There's a lot of squirrels between me and the front. Be patient! We had some fun going through traffic. It was fun I just kept it on the floor. That's all I could do.” Sport Compacts 14 Brandon McCall, 33 Jamie Garner, 81 Michael Burris jr., 32 Joshua Garcia, 9t John Thomas, 007 Aaron Driscoll, 35 Darrel Jones, 88 Justin Sitterle, 816 Ryan McDonald, 55 Ryker Hernandez, 70 Rod Tait, 75 Chad Miller, 17 Casey Teague---dntg, 12c Robert Kelm---dns, 0.5 Jayln Touchstone---dns, 14t Shaun Tracy---dns Sport Compact heats Heat 1; 81 Michael Burris jr., 816 Ryan McDonald, 88 Justin Sitterle, 32 Joshua Garcia, 35 Darrel Jones, 17 Casey Teague, 75 Chad Miller, 14 Brandon McCall Heat 2; 70 Rod Tait, 33 Jamie Garner, 55 Ryker Hernandez, 9t John Thomas, 007 Aaron Driscoll, 5 Jayln Touchstone, 12c Robert Kelm, 14t Shaun Tracy Russ Parker Construction Go-Karts Senior Division; Maddox Jennings, Charles Flanagan, Zoey Flores, Connor Holt Junior Division; Ceciliy Johnson, Gabriel Solis, Blaine Markgraf, Beau Payton, Tripp Whitmire Youth Division; Tucker Kempe, Cheston Markgraf, Kaden Pacheco
  8. I-37 Speedway updates 7/31/21

    Price Chevrolet IMCA Modifieds 82 Rick Green 96 Jared Maupin 91 Craig Oakes 8gII Logan Dinsmore 48r Raymomd McSpadden 741 Cameron Starry bd1 Marcus Mikulencak 5 Cody Clark 715 JP Dowell 16 Landon Bednarz 5r Ryan Doyon 31m Marlin Samford 7 Stephen Boubel
  9. I-37 Speedway updates 7/31/21

    All in Design Factory Stocks 93 Aaron Leddy 8c Cameron Dinsmore 40 Dakota Hurley 29 Jose Lopez jr 174 Mickey Helms 23k Kasey Krauss 99 Allen Alexander 25 Nathan Rachui 20 Mike Lyon 9 Johnny Westfall 7 Jesse Sandoval 133 Megan Dodson 36 George Quintanilla 18s Jarrett Payton 4d Dustin Hurley 34 Ryan Carlucci 02 Shannon Maurer 18 Kyle Kirkland 99a Dillon Gaither 31 Allen Torres 10 Scott Jerkins 20r Jared Maupin---dns 13 Johnny Johnson---dns
  10. I-37 Speedway updates 7/31/21

    Sport Compacts 14 Brandon McCall 33 Jamie Garner 81 Michael Burris jr 32 Joshua Garcia 9t John Thomas 007 Aaron Driscoll 35 Darrel Jones 88 Justin Sitterle 55 Ryker Hernandez 70 Rod Tait 816 Ryan McDonald 75 Chad Miller 17 Casey Teague---dntg 12c Robert Kelm---dns 0.5 Jayln Touchstone---dns 14t Shaun Tracy---dns
  11. I-37 Speedway updates 7/31/21

    Swenson Racing Products Limited Modifieds 96 Jared Maupin 26g JJ Jennings h14 Heath Stewart 12r Roly Rodriguez 21 Nathan Oakes 76 Michael Carlock 13m Ben Mikulencak 101 Tanner Whitmire 87 Lawrence Mikulencak 95 Sterling Tausch 11t Tom Grothues 24r Johnny Brown---dns 53 Edward Oakes---dns
  12. I-37 Speedway updates 7/31/21

    B Factory Stocks 15 Daniel Lopez 29 Jason Gordon 98 Ronnie Schoenfeldt 174 Makayla Trimble 75 Jerry Miller 55 Chris Clark 12x Daniel Ralston---dns 13j Jett Johnson---dns
  13. I-37 Speedway updates 7/31/21

    E-Mods 59b Brianna Witzsche 3 Gilbert Perez 6” Daniel Preston 04 Cooper Koliba 95 Jeff Markert 131 Darenger Nesloney 23f Jaycee Fitch 43 Kayden Petty 2d Kimsey Davis 6 Brad Waddups
  14. I-37 Speedway updates 7/31/21

    E-Mod heats Heat 1 59b Brianna Witzsche 3 Gilbert Perez 95 Jeff Markert 43 Kayden Petty 6” Daniel Preston Heat 2 04 Cooper Koliba 131 Deranger Nesloney 6 Brad Waddups 23f Jaycee Fitch 2d Kimsey Davis
  15. I-37 Speedway updates 7/31/21

    Limited Modified heats Heat 1 26g JJ Jennings 101 Tanner Whitmire 21 Nathan Oakes 87 Lawrence Mikulencak 76 Michael Carlock 95 Sterling Tausch 24r Johnny Brown Heat 2 96 Jared Maupin h14 Heath Stewart 11t Tom Grothues 12r Roly Rodriguez 13m Ben Mikulencak 53 Edward Oakes
  16. I-37 Speedway updates 7/31/21

    Factory Stock heats Heat 1 31 Allen Torres 29 Jose Lopez jr 174 Mickey Helms 18 Kyle Kirkland 36 George Quintanilla 20 Mike Lyon 9 Johnny Westfall 133 Megan Dodson Heat 2 93 Aaron Leddy 02 Shannon Maurer 99 Allen Alexander 18s Jarrett Payton 34 Ryan Carlucci 99a Dillon Gaither 10 Scott Jerkins 13 Johnny Johnson Heat 3 23k Kasey Krauss 8c Cameron Dinsmore 20r Jared Maupin 7 Jesse Sandoval 4d Dustin Hurley 40 Dakota Hurley 25r Nathan Rachui
  17. I-37 Speedway updates 7/31/21

    Sport Compact heats Heat 1 81 Michael Burris jr 816 Ryan McDonald 88 Justin Sitterle 32 Joshua Garcia 35 Darrel Jones 17 Casey Teague 75 Chad Miller 14 Brandon McCall Heat 2 70 Rod Tait 33 Jamie Garner 55 Ryker Hernandez 9t John Thomas 007 Aaron Driscoll 5 Jayln Touchstone 12c Robert Kelm 14t Shaun Tracy
  18. I-37 Speedway updates 7/31/21

    IMCA Modified heats Heat 1 82 Rick Green 715 JP Dowell 5r Ryan Doyon 741 Cameron Starry 16 Carson Bednarz 5 Cody Clark 31 Marlin Samford Heat 2 96 Jared Maupin 91 Craig Oakes bd1 Marcus MikulencaK 48r Raymond McSpadden 8gII Logan Dinsmore 7 Stephen Boubel
  19. I-37 Speedway updates 7/31/21

    B Factory Stock heat 174 Makayla Trimble 12x Daniel Ralston 29 Jason Gordon 75 Jerry Miller 98 Ronnie Schoenfeldt 13j Jett Johnson 55b Chris Clark
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  21. Top Hat Signs and Designs Night

    From a spectator point of view it was a great night of racing. Lots of three and some four wide racing. 130+ cars and around 30 karts ! TRP delivered once again!
  22. did pro sedan let yeah run an iron duke under the hood or did it still have that crappy what i would never call a automotive but a head cracking joke of a boat motor .....or was it a 1975 cosworth ....
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