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  1. Leonard Takes Lead Late and Claims NCRA Late Model Opener! Park City, Kansas – April 20, 2019 - Defending co-series champion Dusty Leonard took the lead with seven laps to go and would cruise the rest of the way to take the victory as the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Mel Hambelton Ford Racing crate late models opened their season Saturday night at 81 Speedway in Park City. Touring rookie of the year contender Ross McCartney and Adam Schrag started on the front row for the thirty-lap-feature with McCartney taking the early lead as the green flag fell. Popp, Smith, Leonard and Cory Dumpert were the top five after the first lap was complete with McCartney quickly opening up a six-car-length lead. Delbert Smith would pass Schrag for the runner-up position on lap five and set his sights on the leader. He would close to within three car lengths of the leader while on lap six while Dumpert moved into the third position on the same lap. As McCartney worked the bottom all away around the three-eighths mile oval, Smith utilized the high side in turns one and two and down low in turns three and four. Entering turns one and two on lap eight, McCartney would collect the infield tire at the bottom of turns one and two while Smith would go around to inherit the lead. McCartney would exit the track with front end damage and as the race stayed green, Dumpert would close on Smiths’ bumper and would make multiple attempts to take the lead but with no result. The races only caution fell on lap thirteen when Dumpert slid high in turns three and four, got sideways and stalled. On the final restart, Smith jumped out front while Leonard had worked his way up into the runner-up position. Schrag was third while Chris Kratzer and Travis Johnson were the top five. Smith now would run the bottom of turns one and two and up top in three and four while Leonard stayed low all the way around the track and within three car lengths of the leader. The two co-champions of last year continued their battle for the victory for several laps before Leonard utilized the bottom of turns three and four on lap twenty-three and would out run Smith down the front stretch to take the lead on lap twenty-four. From then on it was all Leonard as he would cruise the rest of the way to claim his third-career series victory. Smith held on for second while Kratzer worked his way up to a third-place finish. Daniel Smith came home fourth while Schrag settled for fifth. Next up for the NCRA Crate Late Model Series will be the famed Kansas State Fairgrounds in Hutchinson, Kansas this coming Saturday night, April 27. Also on the racing program will be the series sprint and modified divisions. NCRA Crate Late Models 81 Speedway/Park City, Kansas April 20, 2019 15 Cars 1st Heat: 1) 42R-Ross McCartney, [4]; 2) 92-Delbert Smith, [3]; 3) 92S-Daniel Smith, [2]; 4) 55-Chris Kratzer, [7]; 5) 86J-Travis Johnson, [1]; 6) 2G-Brandon Givens, [5]; 7) 104T-Tyler Frye, [8]; 8) B1-Dustin Bolster, [6] 2nd Heat: 1) 199-Adam Schrag, [1]; 2) 7D-Dusty Leonard, [3]; 3) 77-Cory Dumpert, [5]; 4) 2X-Robert Shepard, [4]; 5) 1JR-Justin Kinderknecht, [2]; 6) 104-Adam Popp, [6]; 7) 84-Gary Kilbourn, [7] A Feature: 1) 7D-Dusty Leonard, [4]; 2) 92-Delbert Smith, [3]; 3) 55-Chris Kratzer, [6]; 4) 92S-Daniel Smith, [7]; 5) 199-Adam Schrag, [2]; 6) 86J-Travis Johnson, [10]; 7) 104T-Tyler Frye, [13]; 8) 2G-Brandon Givens, [12]; 9) 2X-Robert Shepard, [8]; 10) 104-Adam Popp, [11]; 11) 77-Cory Dumpert, [5]; 12) B1-Dustin Bolster, [15]; 13) 84-Gary Kilbourn, [14]; 14) 1JR-Justin Kinderknecht, [9]; 15) 42R-Ross McCartney, [1] Lap leaders: McCartney 1-7; Delbert Smith 8-23; Leonard 24-30
  2. Gustins Misfortune Turns into Powers Victory in NCRA Modified Opener! Park City, Kansas - April 20, 2019 - The old saying "It isn't over until it's over" was never more true than it was on Saturday night as former three-time series champion took advantage of leader Ryan Gustins' misfortune on the final lap two win the season opener for the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Mel Hambelton Ford Racing modified season kicked off their 22nd consecutive season on Saturday night at 81 Speedway in Park City. Clint McSpadden and Joe Cleveland started on the front row for the thirty-lap-feature and at the start, the caution quickly fell when Scott Green spun at the bottom of turn two and collected several ars. The complete restart saw McSpadden jumping out into the lead with Cleveland jumping into the early lead. Cleveland, third-starting Powers, Brian Franz and Bryce Schiepp were your early top five. Ninth-starting Gustin quickly moved into the third position by lap three while McSpadden had built a twelve lenght advantage by lap four. Gustin would grab the runner-up position on the same lap and set his sights on the leader. Gustin close to within a bumper of McSpadden yet couldn't over take the position after several attempts. On lap seven, Gustin drove hard entering turn one and drove around McSpadden exiting turn two and would take the lead. Gustin then set sail from the rest of the field and by the races midway point, had opened a full straight away advantage over McSpadden as he approached slower cars. Consecutive cautions for spins on laps sixteen and seventeen slowed the pace of the feature and once resumed, Gustin picked up where he left off and in dominating fashion. With ten laps to go the top five were Gustin, McSpadden, Powers, Cleveland and Franz with Gustin well out into the lead. The final caution of the night would fall with just five laps to go setting up a five lap dash to the checekered. Powers would get past McSpadden for the runner-up position with two laps to go while back up front, the right rear on Gustins modified began going flat. Taking the white flag, Gustins right rear finally went away causing him to exit the track in turn one and giving Powers the lead. From there it was all Powers as he would go on that final lap to take the three-car lengths victory over McSpadden. Franz would move into the third position late and finish there while tenth-starting Tyler Davis came home fourth. Cody Schniepp slowly worked his way up from his eighth starting position to round out the top five. The three, ten lap heat races for the 27-car field were won by Schniepp, Gustin and Bryce Schniepp while Treyton Gann topped the night's "B" feature action. The NCRA modified division will be back in action this coming Saturday night (April 27) at the Kansas State Fairgrounds in Hutchinson, Kansas where they will be joined by the series two other divisions of crate late models and sprints. NCRA Modifieds 81 Speedway/Park City, Kansas April 20, 2019 27 Cars 1st Heat: 1) 21C-Cody Schniepp, [2]; 2) 93-Brandon Massey, [5]; 3) 2-Joe Cleveland, [9]; 4) 60-Cody Kretchmar, [3]; 5) 7-Treyton Gann, [4]; 6) 3J-Jake Nightingale, [8]; 7) 32R-Daniel Richey, [1]; 8) 10-Marc Hurd, [7]; 9) 4A-Josh Lanterman, [6] 2nd Heat: 1) 19R-Ryan Gustin, [2]; 2) 25-Scott Green, [5]; 3) 4-Dan Powers, [9]; 4) 65-Tyler Davis, [6]; 5) 91-Ross Shipman, [1]; 6) 99T-T.J. Tolan, [4]; 7) 11B-Bill Siemers, [3]; 8) 35G-Barry Gifford, [7]; 9) 87-Kenny Sweet, [8] 3rd Heat: 1) 21B-Bryce Schniepp, [3]; 2) MC2-Clint McFadden, [7]; 3) 86-Brian Franz, [9]; 4) 22N-Kevin Newell, [2]; 5) 78B-Blake Moler, [8]; 6) 429-Shelby Stucky, [6]; 7) 69-Cecil Dymond, [5]; 8) 31-Jason McGehee, [4]; 9) 24-Corey Lagroon, [1] B Feature: 1) 7-Treyton Gann, [5]; 2) 60-Cody Kretchmar, [2]; 3) 78B-Blake Moler, [1]; 4) 91-Ross Shipman, [6]; 5) 69-Cecil Dymond, [9]; 6) 3J-Jake Nightingale, [4]; 7) 22N-Kevin Newell, [3]; 8) 99T-T.J. Tolan, [8]; 9) 429-Shelby Stucky, [7]; 10) 11B-Bill Siemers, [10]; 11) 32R-Daniel Richey, [13]; 12) 4A-Josh Lanterman, [16]; 13) 31-Jason McGehee, [14]; 14) 87-Kenny Sweet, [15] A Feature: 1) 4-Dan Powers, [3]; 2) MC2-Clint McFadden, [1]; 3) 86-Brian Franz, [4]; 4) 65-Tyler Davis, [10]; 5) 21C-Cody Schniepp, [8]; 6) 2-Joe Cleveland, [2]; 7) 21B-Bryce Schniepp, [5]; 8) 93-Brandon Massey, [6]; 9) 69-Cecil Dymond, [15]; 10) 60-Cody Kretchmar, [12]; 11) 7-Treyton Gann, [11]; 12) 22N-Kevin Newell, [17]; 13) 429-Shelby Stucky, [19]; 14) 78B-Blake Moler, [13]; 15) 19R-Ryan Gustin, [9]; 16) 3J-Jake Nightingale, [16]; 17) 99T-T.J. Tolan, [18]; 18) 91-Ross Shipman, [14]; 19) 11B-Bill Siemers, [20]; 20) 25 Scott Green, [7] Lap leaders: McFadden 1-7; Gustin 8-29; Powers 30
  3. 22nd NCRA Modified Season Kicks off This Saturday Night! Park City, Kansas – April 17, 2019 - The 22nd consecutive season for the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Mel Hambelton Ford Racing modified tour will kick off this coming Saturday night at 81 Speedway in Park City for a “night before Easter” you and the family will not want to miss. Over thirty modified drivers from a three-state area are expected to do battle atop the three-eighths mile clay oval is search of the $1000 first place prize and a positive start on the 2019 title chase. Defending tour champion Tanner Mullens of Wichita is not expected to defend his inaugural championship so the battle will be on to see who can itch their names in the 49-year NCRA history books. Former three-time tour champion Dan Powers looks to get back into championship form and claim his fourth championship while former champions Scott Green and Tyler Davis, who are teammates once again this season, look to claim their second series championship. Cody Schniepp, who led much of the 2018-point standings yet came just 85-points short of the championship, is expected back as are Josh Lanterman, Brandon Massey, Jake Nightingale, Bryce Schniepp, Cory Lagroon, Ross Shipman, Ryan McAninch and more. Also on the speedway racing card will be the season opener for the series crate late model and mod lite divisions while the Oklahoma based Sooner Limited Modified Series will also be competing. Gates will open at 4:00 PM with race action set for a 7:00 PM start time. Grandstand adult general admission is just $15 while children eleven and under will be admitted into the grandstands for free. Make sure to bring the kids as the speedway will be giving away a chance for some youngsters to win a bicycle as well as Easter egg hunts and a chance to meet the Easter Bunny. Pit passes are just $30. More information on the series modified division, including updated schedule, rules and more can be found on their official website www.racencra.com and their official facebook page: NCRA Racing Series. Questions and inquires can be answered by calling (316) 755-1781.
  4. NCRA Crate Late Model Season Kicks Off This Saturday Night! Park City, Kansas – April 17, 2019 - The first-of-a-fifteen race schedule await the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Mel Hambelton Ford Racing crate late model division takes place this coming Saturday night at 81 Speedway in Park City. This 2019 race season will be the tours 36th season and will be the first of six races scheduled at the speedway. Defending co-champions Delbert Smith from Wichita, Kansas and Dusty Leonard from Marysville, Kansas will look to claim sole possession of the series championship this season. If one of these drivers accomplishes this feat, it would be Delbert’s third series championship and the first for Leonard. Yet the list of drivers who will be looking to get the new season off to a winning start is strong as is the contenders for the tour championship. Former two-time champion Chris Kratzer of Wichita will look to get back on track and back to his winning ways while Cory Dumpert of York, Nebraska; who won a tour-leading six events last year looks to claim his inaugural championship. Other touring regulars expected back on the tour for 2019 include Adam Popp, Adam Schrag, Jimmy Segraves, Brandon Givens and Tony Foster. Four-time and defending NCRA mod lite champion Justin Kinderknecht will forgo his chance for five championships in a row as he will vie for rookie of the year honors. Joining Kinderknecht in the RoY chase is Tyler Frye from Belleville. Also on the speedway racing card will be the season opener for the series modified and mod lite divisions while the Oklahoma based Sooner Limited Modified Series will also be competing. Gates will open at 4:00 PM with race action set for a 7:00 PM start time. Grandstand adult general admission is just $15 while children eleven and under will be admitted into the grandstands for free. Make sure to bring the kids as the speedway will be giving away a chance for some youngsters to win a bicycle as well as Easter egg hunts and a chance to meet the Easter Bunny. Pit passes are just $30. More information on the series crate late model division, including updated schedule, rules and more can be found on their official website www.racencra.com and their official facebook page: NCRA Racing Series. Questions and inquires can be answered by calling (316) 755-1781.
  5. NCRA Sprint Regulars Ready to Take on ASCS Red River Region This Friday Night! Park City, Kansas – April 17, 2019 – This first full-point show for the 2019 race season for the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Mel Hambelton Ford Racing sprint car division happens this coming Friday night as the tour heads to Humboldt Speedway in Humboldt, Kansas in a much anticipated co-sanctioned event with the American Bank of Oklahoma American Sprint Car Series Red River region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products. Three-time and defending tour champion Jeremy Campbell from Wichita, Kansas will be back to defend his championship while former tour champion Don Droud, Jr. from Lincoln, Nebraska will once again be back aboard the famed Ochs Brothers #1x. Wichita touring regulars Jeff Stasa. J.D. Johnson and Jake Greider will also make the trip, as will St. Joseph, Missouri’s J.R. Topper. Eric Matthews of Wichita, Kansas will join the tour full-time this season and compete for the series $500 to win rookie of the year honors. While this event will be the first full point show for the “winged warriors” of the NCRA sprint car division, the ASCS Sooner region already has two events under their belts. They are led by current point leader Seth Bergman while Sean McClelland, Blake Hahn, ASCS rookie Grady Chandler, Kyle Clark, Zach Pringle, Forrest Southerland, Fred Mattox, Harli White and Sam Hafertepe, Jr. that series top ten. An array of other drivers indicating their intentions on competing include Nebraska’s Jack Dover, Oklahoma drivers Wayne Johnson and Harli White as well as Little Rock, Arkansas veteran Tim Crawley. Last years’ event, between the two premiere 360 sprint car series in the region, saw ninth-starting Jonathan Cornell get the best of a thirty-car field to take the twenty-five-lap feature finale. This event will be the first of three scheduled between the two series. Gates will open at 6:00 PM with race action set for an 8:00 PM start time. Grandstand admission is just $15 while children ages 5 and under will be admitted into the grandstands for free. For more track information, check out their website humboldtspeedway.com or call (620) 473-3694. Information concerning the 30th anniversary season of the NCRA sprint car division can be obtained by accessing their official website www.racencra.com and their official facebook page: NCRA Racing Series.
  6. NCRA Sprint Season Opener Set for 41 Lap Feature Finale Park City, Kansas – February 20, 2019 - In memory of the late Jason Johnson, 81 Speedway and National Championship Racing Association president C Ray Hall has announced that the ninth annual “Park City Cup/Air Capital Shootout” championship feature finale will be 41-laps in Jason’s honor. This $13,000 to win season opener for the series sprint car division will take place on Thursday-Saturday night, April 4-6, 2019 with an open practice session on Thursday, followed by a $1500 to win/$200 to start feature event on Friday night. Saturday night’s feature finale will pay $600 to just to start the twenty-two-car field. Jason won this annual event in 2012 and 2013 and has a total of ten-career NCRA victories, five in both the series 360-ci and 410-ci divisions. More information on this annual event and all-things NCRA can be found on the series official websitewww.racencra.com and their facebook page: NCRA Racing Series.
  7. NCRA Releases 2019 Schedule for All Four Divisions! Park City, Kansas – February 7, 2019 - Officials with the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products have released the schedules for their 360-ci sprint car, modified, crate late model and mod-lite divisions for the 2019 race season. It will be the series 49th consecutive season for the series, which will hold a total of 48 events at seven different tracks in three states. The 360-ci sprint car division will compete in sixteen different events in three different states and two new venues. Inaugural appearances at Creek County Speedway in Kellyville, Oklahoma (with ASCS Sooner Region) and 82 Speedway in Petty, Texas (with NCRA Sprint Car Bandits) are just two of those events. The tour will once again kick off the season with the ninth annual “Park City Cup/Air Capital Shootout” at 81 Speedway in Park City on April 5-6, 2019 with Saturday night’s championship feature winner taking home $13,000, while just starting the main event earns $600. This will be the 22nd consecutive season for the modified tour with the schedule consisting of thirteen events at four different venues, including their first-evet appearance at Caney Valley Speedway in Caney, Kansas. The 2019 race season will be the 36th year for the series late model division with thirteen events slated at five different venues, with one of those events a co-sanctioned affair with the Sooner Late Model Series. All division schedules for the series can be found on the series official website www.racencra.com, as well as official rules for each division and more. You can also keep track of daily updates by keeping tabs to their facebook page: NCRA Racing Series. Any questions or inquires can be answered by calling the series (316) 755-1781. The National Championship Racing Association would like to welcome their involvement and partnership with the series in 2019: Hoosier Racing Tires, Sunoco Race Fuels, Precise Racing Products, Park City Chamber of Commerce and Ultra-Shield Race Products.
  8. 305 Sprints Part of Opening Night of NCRA Sprint Season Opener Park City, Kansas – February 1, 2019 - Officials with 81 Speedway in Park City, Kansas have announced that the United Rebel Sprint Series will be a part of the lineup, on the first night of the ninth annual Park City Cup/Air Capital Shootout,” which will be taking place on Thursday-Saturday night, April 4-6, 2019. This annual speedway event will once again open the season for the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products 360-ci sprint car division, which will pay Saturday night’s championship feature winner $13,000. The Kansas based URSS 305-CI division will be competing on Friday night (April 5) in a full program of heat races, last chance and championship feature. This event will also open the 2019 race season for the URSS. Both NCRA 360-ci and URSS 305’s will take part in an open practice session on Thursday night, April 4. The Friday night NCRA event will pay $1200 to win and $200 to start. Payout for the URSS portion of Friday night’s event will be announced soon. Drivers will be allowed to compete in both divisions. On Saturday night, drivers from throughout the country will be competing in a complete set of heat races, last chance and the championship feature finale. More information pertaining to the “PCC/ACC” will be released in the coming days. Information on the URSS 305-ci sprint series can be obtained on their official websitewww.unitedrebelsprintseries.com and their facebook page: United Rebel Sprint Series. To learn more about the NCRA 360-ci division, check out their website www.racencra.com and keep daily tracks on all-things happening on their facebook page: NCRA Racing Series. Question concerning this huge opening weekend of racing can be answered by calling (316) 755-1781.
  9. NCRA Releases 2019 Crate Late Model Schedule! Park City, Kansas – January 19, 2019 - Official with the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products have released the 2019 crate late model schedule, which will see thirteen events slated at four different venues. The 36th season for the “gladiators” kicks off on Friday night, April 20, in the first of five events at 81 Speedway in Park City, Kansas. Other dates slated at the home of the series include May 4; June 7; July 3; and September 1. Race two on the schedule will see the tour head to Kansas State Fairgrounds in Hutchinson on Saturday night, April 27, as they will join the series sprint and modified divisions in an event promoted by Speedway’s Incorporated. They will once again be part of the 63rd annual Hutchinson Grand Nationals, this year set for their regular last of July dates on July 26-27. Thunder Hill Raceway in Mayetta will host the first of four events on Memorial Day weekend Saturday night, May 25. Other events set for the high banks are June 22; July 20 and October 5. The NCRA crate late model division will once again make their annual Independence holiday appearance atop the Belleville High Banks in Belleville on Thursday night, July 4, for their only stop in 2019. Rules and more information concerning the NCRA crate late model division can be found on the series official website www.racencra.com while daily updates can be found on their official facebook page: NCRA Racing Series. More information can be answered by calling the series office (316) 755-1781. The series would like to welcome back Precise Racing Products, Park City Chamber of Commerce, Hoosier Racing Tires and Sunoco Race Fuels. 2019 NCRA Late Model Schedule April 20 81 Speedway Park City, Kansas April 27 Kansas State Fairgrounds Hutchinson, Kansas May 4 81 Speedway Park City, Kansas May 25 Thunder Hill Raceway Mayetta, Kansas June 7 81 Speedway Park City, Kansas June 22 Thunder Hill Raceway Mayetta, Kansas July 3 81 Speedway Park City, Kansas July 4 Belleville High Banks Belleville, Kansas July 20 Thunder Hill Raceway Mayetta, Kansas July 26 Kansas State Fairgrounds Hutchinson, Kansas July 27 Kansas State Fairgrounds Hutchinson, Kansas Sept 1 81 Speedway Park City, Kansas Oct 5 Thunder Hill Raceway Mayetta, Kansas
  10. NCRA Modified 2019 Schedule Released! Park City, Kansas – January 19, 2019 - The schedule for the 22nd consecutive season for the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products modified division was officially released today and consists of eleven events at four different venues, including on first-time appearance in the tours’ history. The 2019 season will kick off on Saturday night, April 20, at 81 Speedway in Park City, Kansas. One week later the tour will head to the Kansas State Fairgrounds in Hutchinson, Kansas for a rare April event on the 27th. On Saturday night of Memorial Day weekend, the tour will be at 81 Speedway on May 25th. On a rare Friday night event, the tour will be back at 81 Speedway on June 7 as part of the tracks “Pepsi Pours it On Classic” which will see the series sprint and crate late model divisions also on the card. For the first time in the tours’ history, the modified division will make an appearance at Caney Valley Speedway on June 22. Four events dot the month of July with the first being held on Wednesday night, July 3, at 81 Speedway before a return visit to 81 Speedway on July 13 for “Open Wheel Madness.” The famed 63rd running of the Hutchinson Grand Nationals atop the Kansas State Fairgrounds is back on its original final weekend of July; 26-27th. On Labor Day weekend Sunday night, September 1, the tour will take part in 81 Speedways “Smokin’ Axles Jamboree.” The 2019 season will come-to-a-conclusion on Saturday night, October 5, in the tours only appearance at Thunder Hill Raceway in Mayetta, Kansas. Official rules for the NCRA modified division can be obtained by accessing the tracks official websitewww.racencra.com while daily updates found on the series official facebook page: NCRA Racing Series. Questions and inquires can be answered by calling the series office (316) 755-1781. The National Championship Racing Association would like to thank the following for their partnership with the series in 2019: Precise Racing Products, Park City Chamber of Commerce, Hoosier Racing Tires and Sunoco Race Fuels. 2019 NCRA Modified Schedule April 20 81 Speedway Park City, Kansas April 27 Kansas State Fairgrounds Hutchinson, Kansas May 25 81 Speedway Park City, Kansas June 7 81 Speedway Park City, Kansas June 22 Caney Valley Speedway Caney, Kansas July 3 81 Speedway Park City, Kansas July 13 81 Speedway Park City, Kansas July 26 Kansas State Fairgrounds Hutchinson, Kansas July 27 Kansas State Fairgrounds Hutchinson, Kansas Sept 1 81 Speedway Park City, Kansas Oct 5 Thunder Hill Speedway Mayetta, Kansas
  11. Ambitious 2019 NCRA Sprint Car Schedule Announced! Tour Embarks on their 30th consecutive season Park City, Kansas – January 19, 2019 - An ambitious fourteen race schedule at five different venues are set for the 30th anniversary season on the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products sprint car division, the series announced on Saturday. Once again, the season will kick off at 81 Speedway in Park City for the ninth annual “Park City Cup/Air Capital Shootout” on Thursday-Saturday night, April 4-6. Thursday night will be practice night for all sprint car drivers while Friday night will pay $1500 to win and $200 to start. Then on championship Saturday night, the night’s feature finale winner will take home $13,000 while just starting the twenty-car feature pays $600. All non-qualifiers will earn $200. Then on Friday night, April 19, the tour will head to Humboldt Speedway in a co-sanctioned event with the American Bank of Oklahoma American Sprint Car Series Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products. It will be the second appearance at “The Hummer” in as many seasons. A stop atop the famed half-mile of the Kansas State Fairgrounds in Hutchinson is set for Saturday night, April 27, in a night that will also see the series modified and crate late model divisions on the program. For the third year in a row, 81 Speedway will host the tour in a huge Memorial Day weekend event. It all kicks off on Saturday night, May 25, with “Prelude to Maynia” in which the Texas-based NCRA Sprint Car Bandits will join forces with the tour. Then on Sunday night, both tours will once again take part in “Sprint Car Maynia III.” A special Friday night edition of winged 360-ci sprint car action takes to the three-eighths mile of 81 Speedway on June 7 as part of the tracks “Pepsi Pours it On Classic.” The tour will celebrate Independence holiday with a Wednesday night stop at 81 Speedway on July 3. Next will be a weekend double-header with the ASCS Sooner Region as the NCRA sprint car tour will make their inaugural appearance at the home of the ASCS, Creek County Speedway in Kellyville, Oklahoma on Friday night, July 12. From there, both series will head to the home of NCRA and 81 Speedway on Saturday night, July 13. Two weeks later the tour gears up for the famed 63rd annual Hutchinson Grand Nationals in Hutchinson, Kansas on their traditional date atop the famed half-mile Kansas State Fairgrounds on Friday and Saturday night, July 26-27. 81 Speedway will then host the tour on Labor Day Sunday night, September 1. The 2019 season for the NCRA Sprint Car division will come-to-a conclusion on Saturday night, October 5, at Thunder Hill Raceway in Mayetta. The 2019 race season will mark the 49th consecutive year for the National Championship Racing Association and the series would like to thank the following for their partnership with the series: Precise Racing Products; Park City Chamber of Commerce; Hoosier Racing Tires and Sunoco Race Fuels. To learn more about the NCRA sprint car tour, check out the series official website www.racencra.com and their facebook page: NCRA Racing Series. More information and all inquiries can be answered by calling (316) 755-1781. 2019 NCRA Sprint Car Schedule April 5 81 Speedway Park City, Kansas April 6 81 Speedway Park City, Kansas April 19 Humboldt Speedway Humboldt, Kansas April 27 Kansas State Fairgrounds Hutchinson, Kansas May 25 81 Speedway Park City, Kansas May 26 81 Speedway Park City, Kansas June 7 81 Speedway Park City, Kansas July 3 81 Speedway Park City, Kansas July 12 Creek County Speedway Kellyville, Oklahoma July 13 81 Speedway Park City, Kansas July 26 Kansas State Fairgrounds Hutchinson, Kansas July 27 Kansas State Fairgrounds Hutchinson, Kansas Sept 1 81 Speedway Park City, Kansas Oct 5 Thunder Hill Raceway Park City, Kansas
  12. Date and Payout Information for $13,000 to Win NCRA Sprint Opener! Park City, Kansas – November 19, 2018 - Official dates and payout information for the ninth annual “Park City Cup/Air Capital Shootout” at 81 Speedway in Park City, Kansas has been released. This annual event will once again open the season for the National Championship Racing Association sprint car division, which will be entering their 30th consecutive season. This three-day event will take place on Thursday – Saturday night, April 4-6, 2019 with an open practice session for sprint cars only on Thursday night from 7:00 PM until 10:00 PM. Grandstand admission will be free and pit passes will be $20. Friday night will see gates open at 5:00 PM with race time slated for 7:00 PM. Grandstand admission will be $25 for ages 12 and up; $10 for ages 6-11 while all pit passes just $35. Double heat races and feature will be on the race card with the feature winner earning $1500. This night’s program will have no bearing on any event on Saturday night. Saturday night will once again see gates open at 5:00 PM with race time set for 7:00 PM. Grandstand admission is again $25 for all ages 12 and up; $10 for ages 6-11 while all pit passes $35. Heat races, consolation and the championship feature finale will be on the race card. Drivers MUST compete both nights to be eligible for full pay. Any driver competing Saturday night only can start no better than eleventh in the championship feature and run for half pay. Driver information and payout posted below: NCRA or ASCS rules $100 entry fee for the weekend Friday night format: Drivers will draw for heat race positions and compete in double heat races. Friday night feature payout: A Feature: 1) $1500, 2) $1000, 3) $800, 4) $700, 5) $600, 6) $500, 7) $400, 8) $300, 9) $250, 10) $275, 11) $250, 12) $225, 13-20) $200 Saturday night format: All drivers will draw for heat race starting positions with heat races, consolation and championship feature on the docket. Saturday Night Championship Feature: 1) $13,000, 2) $7000, 3) $4000, 4) $2500, 5) $2000, 6) $1500, 7) $1300, 8) $1000, 9) $1000, 10) $1000, 11) $900, 12) $900, 13) $900, 14) $900, 15) $800, 16) $800, 17) $800, 18) $800, 19) $700, 20) $700, 21-22) $600 Non-Qualifiers: $200 per car Transponder rental is $10 for the weekend. To keep up-to-date on all the happenings for the ninth annual “PCC/ACS,” keep viewed to the series official facebook page: NCRA Racing Series. You can also log onto the series official website www.racencra.com where you will soon find the complete 2019 schedule, official rules and more. Any questions concerning the series sprint car division or this event can be answered by calling the series office (316) 755-1781.
  13. Mullens Leads NCRA Modifieds into Labor Day Weekend Double-Header! Park City, Kansas – August 28, 2018 - Tanner Mullens of Wichita, Kansas will lead the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products modified division into this Labor Day weekend double-header and will not only look to add to his current point lead but also break the all-time tour victories in one season. It all kicks off this coming Friday night, August 31st, in the series first of two events at Salina Speedway in Salina, Kansas. From there the tour will head south to 81 Speedway in Park City to cap off the holiday weekend double-header. Mullens has five feature victories thus far this season and ties Brian Franz with the most series modified victories in one season. Franz, the former five-time tour champion, has five victories that came during the 2005 race season. Mullens will also look to add to his forty-point lead in the standings over Cody Schniepp. Schniepp had led the standings much of the season before Mullens pulled off his win streak. Former tour champion Scott Green sits 180-points out of the lead while defending tour champion Dan Powers is 200-points out. Tyler Davis, Josh Lanterman, Bryce Schniepp, Brandon Massey, Jake Nightingale and Tad Davis round out the top ten in the current standings. While Mullens leads the tour in victories with five, also reaching victory lane thus far this season have been Tyler Davis (2), Tad Davis and Corey Lagroon. Friday night pit gates at Salina Speedway will open at 5:00 PM with grandstand gates opening at 6:00 PM. Race time is scheduled for 8:00 PM. Grandstand admission is $12 for adults and free for ages sixteen and under. All pit passes are just $30. Three events have been held at Salina (Ks) Speedway since their inaugural visit back in 2016 with Mullens, Ryan McAninch and Green having taken home victories. Saturday night at 81 Speedway will see gates open at 5:00 PM with race time set for a 7:00 PM start time. Adult grandstand admission is just $20; $18 for all seniors and military personnel while children eleven years of age and under will be admitted into the grandstands for free. The speedway also has a special promotion on this night. Anyone who has a valid CDL license as well as once (1) guest will be admitted into the grandstands for free. CDL must be valid to be eligible. Since the tours inception back in 1998, eighty-nine events have been held at 81 Speedway with thirty-two different drivers having reached victory lane. Franz leads the way with twenty-nine victories atop the tracks three-eights mile clay oval. More information on the NCRA Modified division, check out the series official website www.racencra.com and their facebook page: NCRA Racing Series. Questions concerning the tour can be answered by calling (316) 755-1781. Current 2018 NCRA Modified Point Standings: 1) Tanner Mullens 2700, 2) Cody Schniepp 2660, 3) Scott Green 2520, 4) Dan Powers 2500, 5) Tyler Davis 2470, 6) Josh Lanterman 2445, 7) Bryce Schniepp 2110, 8) Jeremy Massey 2105, 9) Jake Nightingale 2025, 10) Tad Davis 1995 Career NCRA Modified victories at Salina Speedway: Scott Green, Ryan McAninch, Tanner Mullens Career NCRA Modified victories at 81 Speedway: Brian Franz (29), Tyler Davis (6), Tanner Mullens (5), Dan Powers (5), Ryan McAninch (4), John Allen (3), Marc Hurd (3), David Lahey (3), Dan Daniels (2), Greg Skaggs (2), Brian Powers (2), Jeremy Massey (2), Ross Shipman (2), Jason McGehee (2), Ryan Gustin (2), Brook Phillips, Richard Wilson, Marc Robe, Todd Myers, Randy Woodside, Mike Jarvis, Chad Wheeler, Greg Stephens, Jason Hughes, Bill Siemers, Johnny Bone, Jr., Kenny Sweet, Thomas Tillison, Jr., Darren Moses, Cole Traugott, Scott Green, Corey Lagroon (1).
  14. NCRA Sprint Car Points Battle Resumes This Saturday Night! Park City, Kansas – August 27, 2018 - Only three events remain on the 2018 schedule for the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products 360-ci sprint car division and the battle for the season championship is as close as ever with 50-points separating the top three drivers while fourth position in the standings is just 135-points out. The first of those three events will take place this coming Saturday night, September 1st, at 81 Speedway in Park City. Ten events have been held thus far this season and after claiming his first feature victory of the season the “Night before Hutch,” J.D. Johnson of Wichita has regained the point lead over three-time and defending tour champion Jeremy Campbell. Johnson held the point lead until mid-July when Campbell took over the point lead. Johnson will come into Saturday nights $2000 to win; $300 to start event with a slim 10-point lead over Campbell. Former tour champion Don Droud, Jr. of Lincoln, Nebraska is just 50-points out of the point lead while Danny Jennings of Norman, Oklahoma, who has two feature victories on the season, is just 135-points out of the point lead. Jake Greider sits fifth in the standings while Jeff Stasa, J.R. Topper, Fred Mattox, Kaden Taylor and Ray Seeman round out the top ten. As mentioned, Jennings and Jonathan Cornell come into the night with two feature victories as well as Jonathan Cornell thus far this season while Johnson, Campbell, Droud, Jake Bubak, Jonathan Cornell, Blake Hahn and Tim Crawley. Since the tours inception back in 1990, ninety-one events have been held at 81 Speedway with thirty-eight different drivers having reached victory lane. Former five-time tour champion Garry Lee Maier of Dodge City leads the way with thirteen career victories at the speedway. Campbell has seven career victories at the track and leads all-active drivers in victories there. Thus far, eight-nine different drivers from sixteen states have competed in at least one 2018 NCRA sprint car event. Saturday night at 81 Speedway will see gates open at 5:00 PM with race time set for a 7:00 PM start time. Adult grandstand admission is just $20; $18 for all seniors and military personnel while children eleven years of age and under will be admitted into the grandstands for free. The speedway also has a special promotion on this night. Anyone who has a valid CDL license as well as once (1) guest will be admitted into the grandstands for free. CDL must be valid to be eligible. More race information can be found on the series official website www.racencra.com and their facebook page: NCRA Racing Series. Inquires concerning the series can be answered by calling (316) 755-1781. Current 2018 NCRA Sprint Car point standings: 1) J.D. Johnson 2090, 2) Jeremy Campbell 2080, 3) Don Droud, Jr. 2040, 4) Danny Jennings 1955, 5) Jake Greider 1845, 6) Jeff Stasa 1820, 7) J.R. Topper 1795, 8) Fred Mattox 1530, 9) Kaden Taylor 1345, 10) Ray Seeman 1135 Career NCRA Sprint Car victories at 81 Speedway: Garry Lee Maier (13), Mike Peters (7), Jeremy Campbell (7), Clay Bontrager (5), Danny Wood (4), Jason Johnson (4), Don Droud, Jr. (4), Tony Bruce, Jr. (3), Jack Dover (3), Danny Lasoski (3), C.J. Johnson (3), Danny Jennings (2), Jason Martin (2), Derek Hagar (2), Andy Shouse (2), Steve King (2), Mike Chadd (2), Jon Johnson, Jim Selenke, Scott Brown, Larry Neighbors, John Blurton, Mike Woodruff, Preston Peebles, Derek Drown, Brian Brown, Zach Chappell, Sherman Davis, Kevin Swindell, Aaron Reutzel, J.D. Johnson, Joe Wood, Jr., Fred Mattox, Brian Bell, Tim Crawley, Blake Hahn, Jake Bubak, Johnathan Cornell (1)
  15. Dumpert Makes it Three-In-a-Row in NCRA Late Model Action! PARK City, Kansas – August 25, 2018 - Cory Dumpert recorded his five series victory of the season as he took home the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products crate late model victory Saturday night at 81 Speedway in Park City. Brandon Givens and Chris Kratzer started on the front row for the feature, but it was third-starting Dumpert who would go on to claim his third series feature victory in a row and has moved from fifth to third in the current point standings, seventy points behind current series points leader Dusty Leonard. Givens settled for second while Leonard came finished third. Seventh-starting Delbert Smith came fourth while fourteenth-starting Damian Patocka rounded out the top five. Next up for the NCRA Crate Late Model Division will be back at 81 Speedway on Saturday night, September 15. NCRA Crate Late Models 81 Speedway/Park City, Kansas August 25, 2018 16 Cars 1st Heat: 1) Dusty Leonard, 2) Dan Smith, 3) Kip Hughes, 4) Delbert Smith, 5) Adam Schrag, 6) Adam Popp, 7) Duston Bolster, 8) Tony Foster 2nd Heat: 1) Chris Kratzer, 2) Brandon Givens, 3) Cory Dumpert, 4) Rob Day, 5) Jeremy Bishop, 6) Scott Phillips, 7) Damian Patocka, 8) Jimmy Segraves A Feature: 1) Cory Dumpert, 2) Brandon Givens, 3) Dusty Leonard, 4) Delbert Smith, 5) Chris Kratzer, 6) Damian Patocka, 7) Rob Day, 8) Scott Phillips, 9) Kip Hughes, 10) Jeremy Bishop, 11) Adam Popp, 12) Dustin Bolster, 13) Adam Schrag, 14) Dan Smith, 15) Tony Foster, 16) Jimmy Segraves
  16. Point Races Heat Up as NCRA Season Winds Down for All Four Divisions! Top Ten and Remaining Schedules Park City, Kansas – August 13, 2018 - As the 2018 race season winds down for all-four of the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products divisions, the point chase in three of the four divisions is getting clearer as we see who is in contention for the championship and who will finish in the final top ten, in the point standings, and invited to the year-end banquet in January of 2019. After leading the point standings for much of the season, J.D. Johnson of Wichita, Kansas finds himself back atop the series 360-ci point standings after his victory the night before the just completed Hutchinson Grand Nationals. J.D. was atop the standings much of the season until falling back to second after the July 14th event at 81 Speedway as three-time and defending tour champion Jeremy Campbell of Wichita took over the point lead. Johnson will have a slim ten-point-lead over Campbell heading into the next schedule event, slated for Saturday night, September 2. Former series champion Don Droud, Jr. of Lincoln, Nebraska is just 50 points out of the lead while Danny Jennings of Norman, Oklahoma sits 100-points out of the top spot. Just three-point races remain on the 2018 race season. Leading the tour with four (4) feature victories on the season, Tanner Mullens finally took over the point lead after the Hutchinson Grand Nationals and will come into this Saturday night’s (August 18) event with a slim ten-point-lead over Cody Schniepp. Despite not having reached victory lane thus far this season, Schnieep had led the season point standings since opening weekend in April. Scott Green is -125 points out of the lead while three-time and defending tour champion Dan Powers sits -180 behind in the standings and still looking to reach victory lane for the first time this season. Tyler Davis still has an outside chance of earning his second series championship, although he sits -215 points out of the point lead with six events still remaining. Although he is still searching for his first victory of the season, Dusty Leonard still sits atop the current series late model standings and holds a slim fifteen-point lead over former co-champion Daniel Smith. Veteran Delbert Smith is just 35-points- out of the point lead while three-time and defending tour champion Chris Kratze-r sits just -50 points behind. Recently crowned Hutchinson Grand Nationals champion Cory Dumpert, who leads the tour with four feature victories on the season, sits just -70 points out of the point lead. The tour will be back in action on Saturday night, August 25th. And finally, in the series mod lite division, three-time and defending tour champion Justin Kinderknecht has won four of the five events held thus far this season and holds a 105-point lead over Dustin Forsberg and 115 points on Tyler Bradshaw. The next event for the tour will be this coming Saturday night at 81 Speedway. For complete point standings for all divisions, as well as remaining 2018 schedules, official rules and more, check out the series official website www.racencra.com and keep daily track of the series on their official facebook page: NCRA Racing Series. Below is the official top ten in the point standings for all four divisions as well as remaining events and feature winners for the 2018 race season. NCRA Sprints 1) J.D. Johnson 2090, 2) Jeremy Campbell 2080, 3) Don Droud, Jr. 2040, 4) Danny Jennings 1955, 5) Jake Greider 1845, 6) Jeff Stasa 1820, 7) J.R. Topper 1795, 8) Fred Mattox 1530, 9) Kaden Taylor 1345, 10) Ray Seeman 1135 Feature victories: Danny Jennings (2), Jeremy Campbell, Don Droud, Jr., J.D. Johnson, Jake Bubak, Blake Hahn, Tim Crawley (1) Remaining schedule: September 1 – 81 Speedway/Park City, Kansas October 6 – Salina Speedway/Salina, Kansas October 13 – 81 Speedway/Park City, Kansas NCRA Modifieds 1) Tanner Mullens 2410, 2) Cody Schniepp 2400, 3) Scott Green 2285, 4) Dan Powers 2230, 5) Tyler Davis 2195, 6) Josh Lanterman 2155, 7) Tad Davis 1995, 8) Bryce Schniepp 1900, 9) Jake Nightingale 1885, 10) Brandon Massey 1840 Feature victories: Tanner Mullens (4), Tyler Davis (2), Tad Davis, Cory Lagroon (1) Remaining schedule: August 18 – 81 Speedway/Park City, Kansas August 31 – Salina Speedway/Salina, Kansas September 1 – 81 Speedway/Park City, Kansas September 15 – 81 Speedway/Park City, Kansas October 6 -Salina Speedway/Salina, Kansas October 20 – 81 Speedway/Park City, Kansas ($2000 to win) NCRA Late Models 1) Dusty Leonard 2190, 2) Daniel Smith 2175, 3) Delbert Smith 2155, 4) Chris Kratzer 2140, 5) Cory Dumpert 2120, 6) Jimmy Segraves 2000, 7) Adam Popp 1960, 8) Adam Schrag 1915, 9) Tony Foster 1650, 10) Brandon Givens 1635 Feature victories: Cory Dumpert (4), Delbert Smith, Brandon Givens, Josh Leonard (1) Remaining schedule: August 25 – 81 Speedway/Park City, Kansas September 15 – 81 Speedway/Park City, Kansas October 6 – Salina Speedway/Salina, Kansas NCRA Mod Lites 1) Justin Kinderknecht 1440, 2) Dustin Forsberg 1335, 3) Tyler Bradshaw 1325, 4) Trace Ayers 1090, 5) Cody Kretchmar 1045, 6) Alex Loveless 1010, 7) Zane Hansen 940, 8) Jason Roe 910, 9) Chris Unruh 810, 10) Jeremy Heim 755 Feature victories: Justin Kinderknecht (4), Dustin Forsberg (1) Remaining schedule: August 18 – 81 Speedway/Park City, Kansas September 1 – 81 Speedway/Park City, Kansas October 6 – Salina Speedway/Salina, Kansas October 20 – 81 Speedway/Park City, Kansas ($1000 to win)
  17. Jennings Repeats in NCRA Sprint Appearance at Hutch Grand Nationals! Hutchinson, Kansas – August 4, 2018 - Coming off an emotional win last season in the “Mid-Summer Classic,” veteran Danny Jennings of Norman, Oklahoma solidified his statement on how much he and his crew enjoyed running atop the famed half-mile oval atop the Kansas State Fairgrounds in Hutchinson, Kansas as he claimed the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kanas presented by Precise Racing Products sprint car portion of the 62nd annual O’Reilly Auto Parts Hutchinson Grand Nationals presented by Allen Samuels Dodge, Chrysler, Ram and Jeep of Hutchinson on Saturday night. Jennings, aboard the David Grace Motorsports owned #1j and Jeff Stasa started on the front row for the fifteen-lap championship feature with Jennings and his Patterson Elite powered Maxim chassis taking the lead as the green flag fell. Third-starting Don Droud, Jr. of Lincoln, Nebraska quickly moved into the runner-up position aboard the Ochs Brothers #1x yet there was no catching Jennings as he claimed his fourth overall Hutchinson Grand Nationals championship and second in a row. Droud and the MAP Inc./Ruff Bailey Cattle Co./Heeke Farms/Jennifer Ann Designs sponsored Schnee chassis would settle for second while Stasa and his Jeff Stasa Motorsports/SBR Motorsports/Keizer Wheels/Simpson/Young Tool Company/Wix Filters/CP Carrillo/5D Composites/Penske Shocks sponsored Eagle chassis finished a strong third. Jake Greider and his Auto Masters Service Center/Speedway motors/Bybee Electric sponsored Maxim chassis #20g came home fourth while the Schroeder Racing Engines powered Maxim chassis of Jeremy Campbell rounded out the top five. The NCRA Sprint Car series is set to take the track at 81 Speedway in Park City on Saturday night, September 1. NCRA Sprints Hutchinson Grand Nationals/Hutchinson, Kansas August 4, 2018 13 Cars 1st Heat: 1) Danny Jennings, 2) Don Droud, Jr., 3) J.R. Topper 4) Jake Greider, 5) Layne Himbebaugh, 6) Kaden Taylor, 7) Mike Woodruff 2nd Heat: 1) Jeff Stasa, 2) Michelle Decker, 3) Ayrton Genneton, 4) Jeremy Campbell, 5) Matt Howard, 6) Eric Matthews, A Feature: (15 Laps): 1) Danny Jennings, 2) Don Droud, Jr., 3) Jeff Stasa, 4) Jake Greider, 5) Jeremy Campbell, 6) Michelle Decker, 7) Ayrton Genneton, 8) Matt Howard, 9) J.R Topper 10) Mike Woodruff, 11) Eric Matthews, 12) Kaden Taylor, 13) Layne Himebaugh
  18. Mullens Wires NCRA Modified Field for Fourth Hutch Nationals Title! Hutchinson, Kansas – August 4, 2018 – Over-coming four complete restarts, three-time and defending “Mid-Sumer Classic” champion Tanner Mullens took the lead from his third-starting position to claim the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products modified portion of the 62nd annual O’Reilly Auto Parts Hutchinson Grand Nationals presented by Allen Samuels Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and Ram of Hutchinson on Saturday night. Travis Johnson of Enid, Oklahoma and Clint McFadden of Valley Center, Kansas started on the front-row for the twenty-lap feature while Mullens would take the lead as the race finally went green after four-complete restarts. Mullens would lead the entire distance in route to his fourth touring victory of the season. McFadden would finish an impressive second while Scott Green, Brendon Gemmill and thirteenth-starting Josh Lanterman rounded out the top five. The NCRA Modified division will be back in action on Saturday night, August 18, at 81 Speedway in Park City. NCRA Modifieds Kansas State Fairgrounds/ Hutchinson, Kansas August 3, 2018 35 Cars 1st Set heat Races 1st Heat (6 Laps): 1) Brendon Gemmill, 2) Cody Schniepp, 3) Randy Wilson, 4) Jake Nightingale, 5) Josh Laterman, 6) Ryan McAninch, 7) Marlin Farr, 8) Cole Traugott, 9) T.J. Tolan 2nd Heat (6 Laps): 1) Clint McFadden, 2) Corey Lagroon, 3) Scott Green, 4) Scott Brown, 5) Tyler Davis, 6) Tad Davis, 7) Bobby Bills, 8) J.D. Choate, 9) Edward Leecy 3rd Heat (6 Laps): 1) Troy Gemmill, 2) Kyle Schmidt, 3) Heath Myers, 4) Travis Johnson, 5) Bryce Schniepp, 6) Kenny Sweet, 7) Jessy Willard, 8) Brandon Massey, 9) Cecil Dymond 4th Heat (6 Laps): 1) John Allen, 2) Dan Powers, 3) Tanner Mullens, 4) Jon Herring, Jr., 5) Tommy Carter, 6) Ross Shipman, 7) Jason McGehee, 8) Travis Govern 2nd Set Heat Race results are unknown at the time Hutchinson Grand Nationals/Hutchinson, Kansas August 4, 2018 C Feature (8 Laps): 1) Jessy Willard, 2) Jon Herring, Jr., 3) Jason McGehee, 4) Scott Brown, 5) Ross Shipman, 6) Travis Govern, 7) Tommy Carter, 8) J.D. Choate, 9) T.J. Tolan, 10) Corey Lagroon, 11) Edward Leecy, 12) Bobby Bills, 13) Marlin Farr, 14) Cecil Dymond, 15) Heath Myers B Feature (10 Laps): 1) Dan Powers, 2) Bryce Schniepp, 3) Josh Lanterman, 4) Tyler Davis, 5) Cole Traugott, 6) Kenny Sweet, 7) Troy Gemmill, 8) Tad Davis, 9) Ryan McAninch, 10) Brandon Massey, 11) Jessy Willard, 12) Jason McGehee, 13) Scott Borwn, 14) Ross Shipman, 15) T.J. Tolan, 16) J.D. Choate, 17) Tommy Carter, 18) Jon Herring, Jr., 19) Travis Govern, 20) Corey Lagroon A Feature (20 Laps): 1) Tanner Mullens, 2) Clint McFadden, 3) Scott Green, 4) Brendon Gemmill, 5) Josh Lanterman, 6) Travis Johnson, 7) Tad Davis, 8) Dan Powers, 9) John Allen, 10) Cody Schniepp, 11) JD Choate, 12) Ross Shipman, 13) Brandon Massey, 14) Tommy Carter, 15) Randy Wilson, 16) Jake Nightingale, 17) Kyle Schmidt, 18) Cole Traugott, 19) Scott Brown, 20) Troy Gemmill, 21) Bryce Schniepp, 22) Jon Herring, Jr., 23) Tyler Davis, 24) Kenny Sweet, 25) Jessy Willard, 26) T.J. Tolan, 27) Ryan McAninch, 28 Jason McGehee
  19. Cory Dumpert an NCRA Crate Late Model Hutch Nationals Champion! Hutchinson, Kansas – August 4, 2018 - Cory Dumpert of York, Nebraska picked up the biggest victory of his career as he claimed the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products crate late model portion of the 62nd annual O’Reilly Auto Parts Hutchinson Grand Nationals presented by Allen Samuels Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and Ram of Hutchinson on Saturday night. By virtue of accumulating the most passing and finishing points in the double-heat races on Friday night, current series points leader Dusty Leonard started on the pole for the twenty-lap feature with former Hutch Nationals champion Damian Patocka on his outside. Dumpert, aboard his Donrich Machine powered Schwartz chassis #77 started third and would go on to claim the victory, his fourth on the 2018 race season on the tour. Former tour and Nationals champion Delbert Smith of Wichita came from his sixth-starting position to finish second while Daniel Smith, two-time and defending Hutch Nationals champion Chris Kratzer and tenth-starting Adam Popp rounded out the top five. The NCRA Crate Late Model division will be back in action on Saturday night, August 18, at 81 Speedway in Park City for a $1000 to win event. NCRA Crate Late Models Kansas State Fairgrounds/Hutchinson, Kansas August 3, 2018 16 Cars 1st set heats 1st Heat (6 Laps): 1) Cory Dumpert, 2) Damian Patocka, 3) Adam Schrag, 4) Jeremy Bishop, 5) Delbert Smith, 6) Kip Hughes, 7) Tony Foster, 8) Adam Popp 2nd Heat (6 Laps): 1) Dusty Leonard, 2) Chris Kratzer, 3) Daniel Smith, 4) Scott Phillips, 5) Tracy Harr, 6) Rob Day, 7) Jimmy Segraves, 8) Dustin Allen 2nd Set heat race results not available August 4, 2018 A Feature (20 Laps): 1) Cory Dumpert, 2) Delbert Smith, 3) Daniel Smith, 4) Chris Kratzer, 5) Adam Popp, 6) Kip Hughes, 7) Jeremy Bishop, 8) Robert Day, 9) Jimmy Segraves, 10) Dusty Leonard, 11) Dustin Allen, 123) Tracy Harr, 13) Adam Schrag, 14) Damian Patocka, 15) Scott Phillips, 16) Tony Foster
  20. J.D. Johnson Claims Prelude to Hutch Nationals NCRA Sprint Victory! Hutchinson, Kansas – August 3, 2018 - Coming into Friday night’s racing action, J.D. Johnson of Wichita, Kansas came into race number seven on the season winless on the tour, yet still runner-up in the season point standings. You can now add Johnson as the seventh different feature winner on the season as he claimed the Friday night portion of the “Mid-Summer Classic” as the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products sprint car division at the 62nd annual O’Reilly Auto Parts Hutchinson Grand Nationals presented by Allen Samuels Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and Ram of Hutchinson. Johnson and Don Droud, Jr. started on the front row for the fifteen-lap feature with Johnson, aboard the Johnson Motorsports owned, Briley Built powered J&J chassis taking the lead as the green flag fell. Johnson and his Auto Craft, Evans, Relloy USA, Andale Construction, Alternative Pest Control sponsored #98 would lead the entire distance to claim his first series victory of the season. Droud, aboard the Ochs Brothers owned, Don Ott powered Schnee chassis finished second while Versallies, Missouri driver Ayrton Genneton, making his first series and Hutch Nationals appearance, came home third. Jeremy Campbell and his Dan's Cycle/Scott's Well Service/BEPC, Knoche Farms/JP Agronomy/HRP/DMI Penske sponsored Maxim chassis finished fourth while twelfth-starting Danny Jennings brought his Patterson Elite powered Maxim chassis through the field to round out the top five. NCRA Sprints Kansas State Fairgrounds/Hutchinson, Kansas August 3, 2018 14 Cars 1st Heat (6 Laps): 1) J.D. Johnson, 2) Don Droud, Jr., 3) Matt Howard, 4) J.R. Topper, 5) Layne Himebaugh, 6) Eric Matthews, 7) Michelle Decker 2nd Heat (6 Laps): 1) Ayrton Genneton, 2) Jeremy Campbell, 3) Jon Freeman, 4) Kaden Taylor, 5) Jeff Stasa, 6) Danny Jennings, 7) Jake Greider A Feature (15 Laps): 1) J.D. Johnson, 2) Don Droud, Jr., 3) Ayrton Genneton, 4) Jeremy Campbell, 5) Danny Jennings, 6) Michelle Decker, 7) Jake Greider, 8) Lane Himebaugh, 9) Matt Howard, 10) Jon Freeman, 11) Eric Matthews, 12) Jeff Stasa, 13) Kaden Taylor, 14) J.R. Topper
  21. $1500 and Hutch Nationals Championship Await NCRA Crate Late Model Division! Park City, Kansas – July 30, 2018 - Chris Kratzer of Wichita, Kansas will be looking for a three-peat as the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products Crate Late Model division heads to the famed half-mile oval at the Kansas State Fairgrounds as the “Mid-Summer Classic” continues this coming Friday and Saturday night, August 3-4, for the 62nd annual O’Reilly Auto Parts Hutchinson Grand Nationals presented by Allen Samuels Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and Ram of Hutchinson. Kratzer, the three-time series crate late model champion, has won this prestigious event the past two seasons. While he looks to claim his third-straight “Mid-Summer Classic,” he also looks to improve his position in the current series point standings. Kratzer currently sits fourth in the standings, forty-five points behind current touring point leader Dusty Leonard of Marysville. Former series co-champion Daniel Smith of Beloit sits second in the standings (-25) while focusing on winning his first Hutch Nationals championship. Veteran Delbert Smith sits third in the standings (-40) and is a three-time Hutch Nationals champion, claiming victories in 1985 and 1993 in the late model division and once (1988) in the modified division. Cory Dumpert of York, Nebraska has a series-leading three feature victories on the season and sits fifth in the standings, just 95-points out of the point lead. Dumpert will be looking for his first-career Hutch Nationals championship and the first driver from the “Cornhusker” state to take home those honors since Marquette/s Kyle Berck accomplished that feat back in 2014. Touring regulars also expected to compete and vie for their first-ever Hutch Nationals championship and $1500 paycheck include: Jimmy Segraves, Brandon Givens, Adam Popp, Adam Schrag and Tony Foster. Friday night will see double-heat races take place with finishing and passing points making up the championship feature line-ups on Saturday night. An open practice session will be held this Thursday night from 7:00 PM until 9:00 PM. All pit passes will be $10 while grandstand admission for open practice is free. Gates both night’s will open at 5:00 PM with race time set for a 7:00 PM start time. Grandstand admission each night $22 for adults ages 11 and up; $7 for children ages 6-12. You can obtain $2 off coupons at all area O’Reilly Auto Parts stores. All pit passes are $30 each night. At the conclusion of Friday night’s event, all fans and drivers will be treated to a free concert featuring the Red Dirt Country band, Jason Callahan. For more information on all the racing excitement of this 62-year running of the “Mid-Summer Classic,” check out the official facebook page: Hutchinson Grand Nationals Auto Races. More information on the National Championship Racing Association can be obtained by accessing their official website www.racencra.com and event information can be answered by calling (316) 755-1781. Past Hutchinson Grand Nationals Late Model Champions: 1974 Don Kreie, Dodge City, Ks. 1975 Tom Lutkie, Wichita, Ks. 1976 Steve Lutkie, Wichita, Ks. 1977 Bud Haehn, Wichita, Ks. 1978 Ted Shepard, Enid, Ok. 1979 Ferris Collier, Lampe, Mo. 1980 Ferris Collier, Lampe, Mo. 1981 Larry Phillips, Springfield, Mo. 1982 Charlie Randolph, Muskogee, Ok. 1983 Larry Phillips, Springfield, Mo. 1984 Larry Phillips, Springfield, Mo. 1985 Delbert Smtih, Wichita, Ks. 1986 Billy Moyer, Batesville, Ak. 1987 Doug Ingalls, Longview, Tx. 1988 Doug Ingalls, Longview, Tx. 1989 Deen Woods, Beloit, Ks. 1990 David Brack, Great Bend, Ks. 1991 Frank McGehee, Wichita, Ks. 1992 Larry McDaniels, Wichita, Ks. 1993 Delbert Smith, Wichita, Ks. 1994 David Hughes, Enid, Ok. 1995 Don David Jr, Hutchinson, Ks. 1996 Larry McDaniels, Wichita, Ks. 1997 Larry McDaniels, Wichita, Ks. 1998 Larry McDaniels, Wichita, Ks. 1999 Lonnie Smith, Wichita, Ks. 2000 Lonnie Smith, Wichita, Ks. 2001 Al Purkey, Coffeyville, Ks. 2002 Did Not Run 2003 Did Not Run 2004 Dean Moore, Grand Junction, Co. 2005 Frank McGehee, Wichita, Ks. 2006 Ryan McAninch, Wichita, Ks. 2007 Did Not Run 2008 Ryan McAninch, Wichita, Ks. 2009 Did Not Run 2010 Did Not Run 2011 Did Not Run 2012 Did Not Run 2013 Did Not Run 2014 Kyle Berck, Marquette, Ne. 2015 Damion Patocka, Enid, Ok. 2016 Chris Kratzer, Haysville, Ks. 2017 Chris Kratzer, Haysville, Ks.
  22. Dumpert Claims NCRA Crate Late Model Victory at Thunder Hill! Mayetta, Kansas – July 28, 2018 - Cory Dumpert of York, Nebraska took the lead at the start and held off a hard-charging Chris Kratzer to claim the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products crate late model feature Saturday night at Thunder Hill Speedway in Mayetta, Kansas. Dumpert and Dusty Leonard started on the front row for the feature with Dumpert taking the lead as the green flag fell. Fifth-starting Chris Kratzer of Wichita chased the leader the latter portion of the race but Dumpert would go on to claim his third series victory of the season, his second at Thunder Hill. Kratzer settled for second while eleventh-starting Delbert Smith came home third. Leonard would settle for fourth while Brandon Givens rounded out the top five. Next up for the NCRA crate late model division will be this coming Friday and Saturday night, August 3-4, as the Mid-Summer Classic returns atop the Kansas State Fairgrounds in Hutchinson, Kansas for the 62nd annual O’Reilly Auto Parts Hutchinson Grand Nationals presented by Allen Samuels Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep and Ram of Hutchinson. NCRA Crate Late Models Thunder Hill Speedway/Mayetta, Kansas July 28, 2018 11 Cars 1st Heat: 1) 7C-Jimmy Segraves, [2]; 2) 7D-Dusty Leonard, [5]; 3) 104-Adam Popp, [1]; 4) 55-Chris Kratzer, [6]; 5) 51-Robert Shepard, [3]; 6) 18-Tony Foster, [4] 2nd Heat: 1) 77-Cory Dumpert, [3]; 2) 2G-Brandon Givens, [1]; 3) 199-Adam Schrag, [2]; 4) 92S-Daniel Smith, [4]; (DNS) 92-Delbert Smith A Feature: 1) 77-Cory Dumpert, [1]; 2) 55-Chris Kratzer, [5]; 3) 92-Delbert Smith, [11]; 4) 7D-Dusty Leonard, [2]; 5) 2G-Brandon Givens, [4]; 6) 7C-Jimmy Segraves, [3]; 7) 199-Adam Schrag, [6]; 8) 92S-Daniel Smith, [8]; 9) 18-Tony Foster, [10]; 10) 51-Robert Shepard, [9]; 11) 104-Adam Popp, [7]
  23. Josh Leonard Wire-to-Wire for First NCRA Late Model Victory! Belleville, Kansas – July 3, 2018 - Josh Leonard of Gibbon, Nebraska took the lead on the start and never looked back to claim his first-career National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products crate late model victory in a special Tuesday night pre-Independence Day event atop the Belleville High Banks Speedway in Belleville, Kansas. Josh Leonard and Adam Schrag started on the front row for the fifteen-lap-feature with Leonard taking the lead as the green flag fell. Only one lap was complete before the first caution of the feature waved when Bobby Eubanks, Eddie Tidwell, Tony Foster, Les Siebert and Tracy Harr all got together. On the restart it was all Josh Leonard up front and not even approaching slower cars on lap nine could detour him from capturing his first series victory and become the 97th different NCRA late model feature winner. Cory Dumpert York, Nebraska worked his way up from the fourth starting position to finish second while fifth-starting Dusty Leonard of Marysville, Kansas finished third. Daniel Smith of Beloit came home fourth and took over the series points lead while veteran Delbert Smith rounded out the top five. The three heat races for the twenty-one-car field were won by Schrag, Dumpert and Josh Leonard. A rules infraction following his third heat race found early-season series points leader Brandon Givens with a heat race disqualification. He was unable to make proper changes and would not start the night’s feature finale. Next up for the National Championship Racing Association crate late model division will be on Saturday night, July 25, at Thunder Hill Speedway in Mayetta, Kansas where Daniel Smith will take a slim five-point lead over Delbert Smith and Dusty Leonard in their quest for the 2018 series championship. NCRA Late Models Belleville High Banks/Belleville, Kansas July 3, 2018 21 Cars 1st Heat: 1) 199-Adam Schrag, [4]; 2) 7D-Dusty Leonard, [3]; 3) 92-Delbert Smith, [5]; 4) 6-Alex Humphrey, [6]; 5) 1-Eddie Tidwell, [1]; 6) 30Jim Melton, [2]; 7) 5T-Tracy Harr, [7] 2nd Heat: 1) 77-Cory Dumpert, [2]; 2) 55-Chris Kratzer, [3]; 3) 104-Adam Popp, [1]; 4) 7C-Jimmy Segraves, [6]; 5) 51X-Les Siebert, [5]; 6) 03Jeremy Bishop, [4]; 7) 94-Dustin Huehl, [7] 3rd Heat: 1) 85J-Josh Leonard, [6]; 2) 92S-Daniel Smith, [5]; 3) 36-Tyler Davis, [4]; 4) 18-Tony Foster, [3]; 5) 16-Jack Snoberger, [7]; 6) 28 Bobby Eubanks, [1]; 7) 2G-Brandon Givens, [2] A Feature (25 Laps): 1) 85J-Josh Leonard, [1]; 2) 77-Cory Dumpert, [4]; 3) 7D-Dusty Leonard, [5]; 4) 92S-Daniel Smith, [3]; 5) 92-Delbert Smith, [7]; 6) 55-Chris Kratzer, [6]; 7) 199-Adam Schrag, [2]; 8) 6-Alex Humphrey, [9]; 9) 36-Tyler Davis, [8]; 10) 7C-Jimmy Segraves, [10]; 11) 104-Adam Popp, [11]; 12) 5T-Tracy Harr, [18]; 13) 16-Jack Snoberger, [14]; 14) 1-Eddie Tidwell, [15]; 15) 30-Jim Melton, [17]; 16) 03-Jeremy Bishop, [16]; 17) 18-Tony Foster, [12]; 18) 51X-Les Siebert, [13]; 19) 28-Bobby Eubanks, [20]; (DNS) 94-Dustin Huehl, ; (DNS) 2G-Brandon Givens
  24. NCRA Crate Late Models and Mod Lites Ready for Tuesday Night at Belleville! Park City, Kansas – July 2, 2018 - The National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products crate late model and mod lite divisions are gearing up for one night of race action on this Independence Holiday as both divisions head to the Belleville High Banks Speedway in Belleville, Kansas tomorrow (Tuesday) night, July 3rd. The crate late models originally scheduled 81 Speedway in Park City appearance for Wednesday night has been rescheduled for Saturday night, September 29th. It’s a tight race for the current points lead in the crate late model division as the top five drivers are all within fifty points of each other and led by current series rookie of the year contender Brandon Givens. The Hutchinson resident comes into Tuesday night with a slim five-point-lead over former series champion Delbert Smith of Wichita. Former series co-champion Daniel Smith of Beloit sits just ten points out of the point lead while Dusty Leonard of Marysville is twenty points out of the lead and three-time series champion Chris Kratzer of Wichita is fifty points out of first place. Sixth through tenth in the current point standings are Jimmy Segraves (-115), Nebraska’s Cory Dumpert and Adam Popp (-145), Adam Schrag (-245) and Tony Foster (-345). Also on the NCRA at Belleville appearance, the series mod lite division will be in action on the tracks small track inside the huge half-mile oval. This will be race four on the 2018 race season with all eyes focused on beating that #1JR of three-time and defending tour champion Justin Kinderknecht of Salina, Kansas. Kinderknecht has won all three events that have been held thus far this season and comes into the Tuesday race action with a seventy-five-point lead over Tyler Bradshaw. Trace Ayers sits just eighty points out of the lead while Dustin Forsberg is 95 points out of the top spot. Completing the top ten in NCRA mod lite point standings are Cody Kretchmar, John Miranda, Cody Ervin, Randy Bryan, Chris Unruh and Jeremy Heim. Pit gates will open at 5:00 PM with race action slated for a 7:30 PM start time. Grandstand admission is $15 for adults while children grandstand admission for ages 6-12 are just $10. For more information concerning all-things National Championship Racing Association, check out the series official website www.racencra.com and their official facebook page: NCRA Racing Series. Questions pertaining to the series and series events can be answered by calling (316) 755-1781. In the staging area: The series mod lite division will be action on Saturday night, July 14th at 81 Speedway and on the race card with the series sprint car division. The crate late models next event, after Belleville, will be on Saturday night, July 28th at Thunder Hill Speedway in Mayetta, Kansas.
  25. Mullens Scores Third NCRA Modified Victory of Season in 81 Speedway Event! Park City, Kansas – June 17, 2018 - Tanner Mullens of Wichita, Kansas continued his tear in National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products modified competition as he claimed his third series victory of the season during the annual Bill Hall Memorial/Father’s Day Special” Sunday night at 81 Speedway in Park City. Current series points leader Cody Schniepp and former five-time series champion Brian Franz started on the front row for the twenty-lap-feature with Schniepp taking the lead as the green flag fell. Schniepp would lead the first seven laps before third-starting Mullens, aboard the Mel Hambelton Ford-Phil Nightingale/Sandlian Iron and Metal Auto Salvage-Jr Sandlian/Swift Springs-Frank Simonetti/Zach Wood/John Hebb/Auto Craft Collision Repair/B2 Race Components/FastShafts by Axle Exchange/Bill Bass/Jones Racing Products/Jerry Bergman sponsored #02 would take the and never look back to claim the victory. Three-time and defending tour champion Dan Powers worked his way up from his sixth-starting position to finish second while Tad Davis came from fifth to finish third. Schniepp would hold on to the early-season points lead with a fourth-place finish while Franz rounded out the top five. Schniepp will lead the tour into this coming weekends pivotal double-header weekend which starts at Humboldt Speedway in Humboldt, Kansas on Friday night (June 22) and then head back to 81 Speedway on Saturday night. NCRA Modifieds 81 Speedway/Park City, Kansas June 17, 2018 31 Cars 1st Heat: 1) 75-Tad Davis, [2]; 2) 25-Scott Green, [1]; 3) 93-Brandon Massey, [4]; 4) A2-Randy Wilson, [6]; 5) 87-Kenny Sweet, [8]; 6) 4AJosh Lanterman, [5]; 7) 25X-Tommy Carter, [3]; 8) 69-Cecil Dymond, [7] 2nd Heat: 1) 02-Tanner Mullens, [3]; 2) 24-Corey Lagroon, [1]; 3) 21B-Bryce Schniepp, [2]; 4) 44-Braden Stoner, [4]; 5) 2-Joe Cleveland, [7]; 6) 65-Tyler Davis, [8]; 7) 3J-Jake Nightingale, [6]; 8) 747-Colton Eck, [5] 3rd Heat: 1) 11B-Bill Siemers, [1]; 2) 21C-Cody Schniepp, [6]; 3) 29-Marlin Farr, [2]; 4) 91-Ross Shipman, [3]; 5) 1-Kirby Robe, [5]; 6) 25CJohnny Cammon, [7]; 7) 52C-Alex Cammon, [4]; 8) 11-Erick Chesterman, [8] 4th Heat: 1) 4-Dan Powers, [2]; 2) 86-Brian Franz, [6]; 3) 32-Bob Bills, [7]; 4) 52-Ryan McAninch, [5]; 5) 19B-Nic Baalman, [1]; 6) 5*-Jason McGehee, [3]; 7) 171-Edward Leecy, [4] B Feature: 1) 87-Kenny Sweet, [2]; 2) 21B-Bryce Schniepp, [3]; 3) 52-Ryan McAninch, [5]; 4) 65-Tyler Davis, [9]; 5) A2-Randy Wilson, [1]; 6) 2Joe Cleveland, [6]; 7) 4A-Josh Lanterman, [13]; 8) 29-Marlin Farr, [4]; 9) 91-Ross Shipman, [8]; 10) 44-Braden Stoner, [7]; 11) 52C-Alex Cammon, [17]; 12) 25X-Tommy Carter, [18]; 13) 25C-Johnny Cammon, [11]; 14) 11-Erick Chesterman, [19]; 15) 3J-Jake Nightingale, [15]; 16) 69-Cecil Dymond, [20]; 17) 1-Kirby Robe, [10]; 18) 19B-Nic Baalman, [12]; 19) 5*-Jason McGehee, [14]; 20) 747-Colton Eck, [21]; (DNS) 171-Edward Leecy, A Feature (20 Laps): 1) 02-Tanner Mullens, [3]; 2) 4-Dan Powers, [6]; 3) 75-Tad Davis, [5]; 4) 21C-Cody Schniepp, [1]; 5) 86-Brian Franz, [2]; 6) 87-Kenny Sweet, [11]; 7) 32-Bob Bills, [4]; 8) 25-Scott Green, [8]; 9) 65-Tyler Davis, [14]; 10) 24-Corey Lagroon, [9]; 11) 52-Ryan McAninch, [13]; 12) 21B-Bryce Schniepp, [12]; 13) A2-Randy Wilson, [15]; 14) 11B-Bill Siemers, [7]; 15) 2-Joe Cleveland, [16]; 16) 25X-Tommy Carter, [22]; 17) 4A-Josh Lanterman, [17]; 18) 29-Marlin Farr, [18]; 19) 93-Brandon Massey, [10]; 20) 44-Braden Stoner, [20]; 21) 91-Ross Shipman, [19]; 22) 11-Erick Chesterman, [24]; 23) 52C-Alex Cammon, [21]; 24) 25C-Johnny Cammon, [23]
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