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  1. IMCA Modifieds, Stock Cars, Southern SportMods on May 25-29 All Star Shootout cards ARDMORE, Okla. (April 13) – All-stars in three IMCA divisions see action each night of the May 25-29 All Star Shootout. Friesen Performance IMCA Modifieds run for $1,000 to win, IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars and Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMods both for $750 to win beginning with opening night Wednesday, May 25 at Southern Oklahoma Speedway in Ardmore. The Shootout is then Texas-bound for shows Thursday, May 26 at Grayson County Speedway in Bells; Friday, May 27 at Boyd Raceway; Saturday, May 28 at Kennedale Speedway Park; and Sunday, May 29 at Heart O’ Texas Speedway in Waco. All five race programs will be broadcast by IMCA.TV. IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National, GRT Race Cars South Central and EQ Cylinder Heads Southern regional, KMJ Performance State and series points will be awarded each night; Boyd also gives track points. Modified and Stock Car feature winners become eligible to qualify for the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational or B & B Racing Chassis All-Star Invitational, respectively; Modified and Stock Car Shootout champions also become eligible to qualify for their race of champions events at the upcoming IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s. Early entry fees for the week are $35 for drivers registering by 5 p.m. CST Monday, May 23 using the link on the All Star Shootout Facebook page or $25 a night after that date; all entry fees collected will go toward Shootout point funds. Pit passes are $35 and adult grandstand admission is $20 each night of the Shootout. An open practice runs from 6-9 p.m. Tuesday, May 24 at Ardmore. Pit passes are $15 and grandstand admission is free. Pit gates and the grandstand open at 4 p.m. with hot laps at 6:30 p.m. and racing at 7 p.m. the next night; grandstand admission is $15 for seniors, military and kids ages 6-12, and free for ages five and under. Grayson County opens the pits at 4 p.m. and the grandstand at 6 p.m. with hot laps at 7 p.m. and racing at 7:30 p.m. Seniors, military and students ages 17 and under pay $15 for spectator admission while kids 42” and under get in free. Boyd opens pit gates and the grandstand at 6 p.m. Hot laps precede racing at 8 p.m. Grandstand admission is $15 for seniors and military, $6 for kids 6-12 and free for five and under. Kennedale opens the pit gates late Friday night for out-of-town travelers and starts selling pit passes at 2 p.m. Saturday. The grandstand opens at 4:30 p.m., hot laps are at 5:15 p.m. and racing starts at 6 p.m. And at Heart O’ Texas, pits open at 4 p.m., the grandstand opens at 5 p.m., hot laps are at 6:30 p.m. and racing is at 7 p.m. Seniors, military and kids 6-12 are $15 on the spectator side of the track and five and under are free at both KSP and HO’T. Drivers in all three divisions with perfect Shootout attendance will be entered in a drawing for a new tire machine from Tire Demon by Love Tap while the top driver in points for each division receive drive shafts from Fast Shafts. Smiley’s Racing Products gives gift cards totaling $200 to hard chargers in main events each night. Friesen Chevrolet is giving $300 gift certificates and B & B Racing Chassis, Jones Racing Products and Summit all give gift certificates throughout the Shootout. Speed Secrets provides the parts trailer during the week.
  2. IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National Point Standings through March 17 IMCA Modifieds – 1. Chaz Baca, Mesa, Ariz., 619; 2. Zachary Madrid, Phoenix, Ariz., 528; 3. William Miller, Yuma, Ariz., 412; 4. Tim Ward, Chandler, Ariz., 405; 5. Don Shaw, Ham Lake, Minn., 371; 6. Cody Thompson, Sioux City, Iowa, 338; 7. Ethan Dotson, Bakersfield, Calif., 332; 8. Jonathan Mawhinney, Las Vegas, Nev., 328; 9. Austin Kuehl, Cave Creek, Ariz., 320; 10. Devin Fouquette, Saint Cloud, Minn., 316; 11. Russell Allen, Brawley, Calif., 313; 12. Jeremy Mills, Clear Lake, Iowa, 286; 13. Dalton Houghton, Rosamond, Calif., 276; 14. Grey Ferrando, Stayton, Ore., 273; 15. Matt Aukland, Glyndon, Minn., 262; 16. Brenda Kirby, New River, Ariz., 252; 17. Denver Dodd, Scottsdale, Ariz., 248; 18. Tanner Black, Otis, Kan., 244; 19. Jerry Flippo, Bakersfield, Calif., 238; 20. William Gould, Calera, Okla., 235. IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Cars – 1. Tanner Conn, Oklahoma City, Okla., 70; 2. Joe Bob Lee, Cache, Okla., 66; 3. Terry Easum, Broken Arrow, Okla., 61; 4. Shane Sundquist, Bertrand, Neb., 50; 5. Jordan Knight, Wright, Kan., 48; 6. Chad Wilson, North Richland Hills, Texas, 40; 7. Richard Weddle, Visalia, Calif., and Tyler Knight, Spearville, Kan., both 39; 9. Connor Danell, Visalia, Calif., and Logan Scherb, Decatur, Texas, both 38; 11. Ryan Delisle, Fresno, Calif., and Daniel Estes, Mansfield, Texas, both 37; 13. Philip Heynen, Visalia, Calif., and Claud Estes, Godley, Texas, both 36; 15. Kevin W. Barnes Sr., Fresno, Calif., and Jeff Emerson, Millsap, Texas, both 35; 17. Tyler Stidham, Clovis, Calif., and Colby Stubblefield, Seagoville, Texas, both 34; 19. Davey Pombo, Kerman, Calif., and Robert Byrom, Benbrook, Texas, both 33. IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars – 1. Chanse Hollatz, Clear Lake, Iowa, 487; 2. Christopher McCurdy Jr., Phoenix, Ariz., 484; 3. Scott Sluka, Casa Grande, Ariz., 460; 4. Zachary Madrid, Phoenix, Ariz., 425; 5. Shelby Williams, Bonham, Texas, 362; 6. Paul Stone, Winton, Calif., 355; 7. Joe Schmit, Ventura, Iowa, 324; 8. Taylor Kuehl, Scottsdale, Ariz., 266; 9. Jim Horejsi, Marshall, Minn., and Josh Most, Red Oak, Iowa, both 249; 11. Nicholas Johnson, Bakersfield, Calif., 242; 12. Rob Gallaher, San Jose, Calif., 238; 13. Bubba Stafford Jr., Wittmann, Ariz., 220; 14. Jason Doyle, Marion, Iowa, 212; 15. Gary Everett, Phoenix, Ariz., 195; 16. Bo Partain, Casa Grande, Ariz., 194; 17. Irvin Kevin Roberts, Gresham, Ore., and Nate Warren, Phoenix, Ariz., both 192; 19. Joe Vlasity, Glendale, Ariz., 183; 20. Rick Diaz, Los Banos, Calif., 181. IMCA STARS Mod Lites – 1. Gary DeWitt, Mesa, Ariz., 417; 2. Riley Clem, Bakersfield, Calif., 336; 3. J.D. Brown, Bakersfield, Calif., 320; 4. Jon Stringfellow, Lake Havasu City, Ariz., 291; 5. Collin Bender, Mesa, Ariz., 286; 6. Steve Bender, Chandler, Ariz., 270; 7. Zack Forster, Bakersfield, Calif., 220; 8. Brayden Keil, Bagdad, Ariz., 216; 9. Brandi Myers, Mesa, Ariz., 214; 10. Josh Sliter, Port Colborne, Ont., 206; 11. Tim Varney, Bakersfield, Calif., 204; 12. Codey Benoit, Fort Myers, Fla., 195; 13. Larry Hubbard Jr., Cape Coral, Fla., 191; 14. Richard Kemp, Phoenix, Ariz., 186; 15. Parker Cherry, Bakersfield, Calif., 183; 16. Morghan Johnson, Fayetteville, N.C., 179; 17. Corey Lowe, Sikeston, Mo., and Austin Martin, Sarasota, Fla., both 161; 19. Sean Iftody, Welland, Ont., 160; 20. Brent Begolo, Thorold, Ont., 151. IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks – 1. Bobby Horton, Yuma, Ariz., 601; 2. Thomas Daffern, Brawley, Calif., 478; 3. Joshua Cordova, Yuma, Ariz., 473; 4. Chandler Dodge, Casa Grande, Ariz., 450; 5. Brycen Daffern, Brawley, Calif., 380; 6. James Robinson, Yuma, Ariz., 368; 7. Shawn Rico, Yuma, Ariz., 349; 8. Brian Brown, Ramona, Calif., 233; 9. Jason Duggins, Farmington, N.M., 228; 10. Zack Tate, Coolidge, Ariz., 221; 11. Matt Olson, Franklin, Minn., 217; 12. Nick Posey, Florence, Ariz., 195; 13. Joe Peterson, Chandler, Ariz., 194; 14. Charles McDaniel, Phoenix, Ariz., 183; 15. Charles McDaniel, Phoenix, Ariz., 177; 16. Tanner Benson, Waddell, Ariz., and Ron Roe, Phoenix, Ariz., both 172; 18. Jacob Cordova, Yuma, Ariz., 167; 19. Andrew Pearce, Meadow, Utah, 163; 20. Mark Merlen, Helper, Utah, 157. IMCA Northern SportMods – 1. Shelby Alves, Casa Grande, Ariz., 569; 2. Chris Toth, Holtville, Calif., 458; 3. Dakota Girard, Moberly, Mo., 419; 4. Jayson Aldridge, Lakeside, Calif., 358; 5. Chase Alves, Casa Grande, Ariz., 333; 6. Clay Erickson, Glendale, Ariz., 316; 7. Miles Morris, Yuma, Ariz., 309; 8. Cam Reimers, Kelley, Iowa, 286; 9. Fred Ryland, Brentwood, Calif., 280; 10. Ryan Peery, Yreka, Calif., and Ty Rogers, Yuma, Ariz., both 277; 12. Jacob Mallet Jr., Oakley, Calif., 273; 13. Andrew Pearce, Oakley, Calif., 271; 14. Shane Paris, Muscatine, Iowa, 258; 15. Scott Francoeur, Queen Creek, Ariz., 255; 16. Izac Mallicoat, Boone, Iowa, 241; 17. Ty Weidner, Chandler, Ariz., 231; 18. David Siercks, Princeton, Minn., 229; 19. Timothy Doyle, Chandler, Ariz., 226; 20. David Jones, Apache Junction, Ariz., 209. Smiley's Racing Products Southern SportMods – 1. Austin Moore, Axtell, Texas, 146; 2. Trevor Cogburn, Robinson, Texas, 121; 3. Michael Dabney, Kaufman, Texas, 118; 4. Damon Hammond, Burleson, Texas, 106; 5. Calen Mohler, Irving, Texas, 103; 6. Kyle Wilkins, Italy, Texas, 102; 7. John Rabozzi, Midlothian, Texas, 94; 8. Payton Zentgraf, Wichita Falls, Texas, 79; 9. Tim Hamilton, Lindsay, Okla., 73; 10. Steven Ashcraft, Forney, Texas, Chance Morris, Cleburne, Texas, and Klayton Reeves, Waxahachie, Texas, each 71; 13. Gavin Faulks, Abilene, Texas, 65; 14. Trevor Raney, Sherman, Texas, Tommy Williams Jr., Mansfield, Texas, and Leland Cruz, Amarillo, Texas, each 63; 17. Chad Reid, Yukon, Okla., 62; 18. Hunter Welch, Olustee, Okla., Terry Owen, Abilene, Texas, and Michael Scott, Clyde, Texas, each 61. Mach-1 Sport Compacts – 1. D.J. Werkmeister, Mesa, Ariz., 664; 2. Miley JoAnn Goldwich-Rhames, Farmington, N.M., 511; 3. Enzo Deckers, Yuma, Ariz., 499; 4. Ryan Brooks, Yuma, Ariz., 496; 5. Wynona Ragland, Seeley, Calif., 449; 6. Kevin Reuter, Chula Vista, Calif., 436; 7. Benjamin Pendleton, Yuma, Ariz., 431; 8. Maci Constance, Descanso, Calif., 415; 9. Brian Kerwin, Yuma, Ariz., 412; 10. Mikey Giorgianni, Sedona, Ariz., 388; 11. Scott Tenney, Yuma, Ariz., 309; 12. Billy Foultz, Descanso, Calif., 282; 13. Katie Barthel, Ignacio, Colo., 202; 14. Ken McWilliams, Menifee, Calif., 181; 15. Wayne Taylor, Fort Mohave, Ariz., 172; 16. Kristina Dapper, Bullhead City, Ariz., 163; 17. Randy Martin, Springtown, Texas, 158; 18. Steven Bevills, Granbury, Texas, and Kaytee DeVries, Spencer, Iowa, both 156; 20. Jaxon Sanchez, Imperial, Calif., 148. Junior National Champion – 1. Miley JoAnn Goldwich-Rhames, Farmington, N.M., 511; 2. Enzo Deckers, Yuma, Ariz., 499; 3. Ryan Brooks, Yuma, Ariz., 496; 4. Wynona Ragland, Seeley, Calif., 449; 5. Maci Constance, Descanso, Calif., 415; 6. Ryan Peery, Yreka, Calif., 277; 7. Dalton Houghton, Rosamond, Calif., 276; 8. Jacob Mallet Jr., Oakley, Calif., 273; 9. Andrew Pearce, Oakley, Calif., 271; 10. Izac Mallicoat, Boone, Iowa, 241; 11. Kollin Hibdon, Pahrump, Nev., 228; 12. Jake Pike, Pahrump, Nev., 217; 13. Brayden Keil, Bagdad, Ariz., 216; 14. Dustin Wood, Yuma, Ariz., 187; 15. Parker Cherry, Bakersfield, Calif., 183; 16. Luke Silber, Laveen, Ariz., 156; 17. Jaxon Sanchez, Imperial, Calif., 148; 18. Owen Barnhill, Milton, Fla,. 147; 19. Michael II Trammell, Decatur, Texas, 144; 20. Sean Leasure, Mansfield, Texas, and Waylon Hale, Mancos, Colo., both 140. Lady Eagle – 1. Shelby Alves, Casa Grande, Ariz., 569; 2. Miley JoAnn Goldwich-Rhames, Farmington, N.M., 511; 3. Ryan Brooks, Yuma, Ariz., 496; 4. Wynona Ragland, Seeley, Calif., 449; 5. Maci Constance, Descanso, Calif., 415; 6. Taylor Kuehl, Scottsdale, Ariz., 266; 7. Brenda Kirby, New River, Ariz., 252; 8. Kelsie Foley, Tucson, Ariz., 227; 9. Brandi Myers, Mesa, Ariz., 214; 10. Katie Barthel, Ignacio, Colo., 202; 11. Morghan Johnson, Fayetteville, N.C., 179; 12. Kristina Dapper, Bullhead City, Ariz., 163; 13. Kaytee DeVries, Spencer, Iowa, 156; 14. Jenna Wilson, Cortez, Colo., 134; 15. Haylee Little, Pahrump, Nev., 124; 16. Shayna Nieman, Reno, Nev., 101; 17. Miranda Scott, Bakersfield, Calif., 100; 18. Misty Pinkley, Kingman, Ariz., 97; 19. Marie Curtis, Winnemucca, Nev., 91; 20. Candi Varney, Bakersfield, Calif., 90.
  3. Austin Wayne Self, AM Racing set for NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at Atlanta Motor Speedway Fast Facts No. 22 AM Racing Team: Driver: Austin Wayne Self Primary Partner(s): AM Technical Solutions | GO TEXAN Manufacturer: Chevrolet Silverado RST Crew Chief: Ryan Salomon Spotter: Tony Raines 2022 Driver Points Position: Eighth | 2022 Owner Points Position: 10th Chassis Intel: AMR Chassis No. 107 previously raced at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway on September 16, 2021 (Start: 16th | Finish: 14th). This specific chassis was also completely refurbished during the offseason. Engine: Ilmor Racing Technologies Notes of Interest: Strong Start: Two races into the 2022 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season, AM Racing and driver Austin Wayne Self are backing up their solid pace from 2021. Following their first top-10 finish of the season at Las Vegas, Self carries an average finish of 11th and is nestled eighth in the championship driver standings, with AM Racing holding firm in 10th in the Truck Series owner standings. New Look: The AM Racing team will continue its new look with their No. 22 Chevrolet Silverado. Instead of their traditional red and white paint scheme, the team will unveil a red, white and blue livery for the organization’s seventh season of competition. Looking Ahead: With the 2022 Truck Series season underway, AM Racing is already thinking ahead to its future. In the coming week, the team will unveil its plan for fielding a second NASCAR Camping World Truck Series truck to their team this season. The Statesville, N.C. team has built the equipment and ramped up the personnel to expand their footprint in 2022 by fielding a teammate to Austin Wayne Self throughout the season. Last year, the organization tested the waters of a second Truck Series effort at Knoxville Raceway. Brett Moffitt drove the No. 37 Concrete Supply | Destiny Homes Chevrolet Silverado in the event. Moffitt contended for a top-five finish before a late-race accident relegated the former Truck Series champion and team to a 38th place finish. Banner Year: Last season, Austin Wayne Self and AM Racing enjoyed a banner year in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. In 22 races, the team had just four finishes of 23rd or worse but maintained an average finish of 17.6 following the November Lucas Oil 150 season finale at Phoenix (Ariz.) Raceway. He mirrored 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 Series Atlanta Motor Speedway Stats: Saturday afternoon’s FR8 Auctions 208 will mark Self’s sixth NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race in the “Peach State.” In his previous five efforts, the Austin, Texas native has delivered a track-best of 15th in the 2018 Active Pest Control 200 after starting 20th. Overall, he carries an average finish of 22.2 at the 1.5-mile speedway. He has completed 642 of the 660 laps available for a 97.2 percentage lap completion. Austin Wayne Self Truck Series Speedway Track Stats: At NASCAR Camping World Truck Series tracks classified as a speedway, Self has made 75 starts throughout his career with seven top-10 finishes, while also carrying an average finishing position of 18.5. Las Vegas (Nev.) Motor Speedway | Victoria’s Voice 200 Race Recap: In the most recent NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Las Vegas (Nev.) Motor Speedway, Self made his 131st career Truck Series start. Starting 18th in his No. 22 AM Technical Solutions | JB Henderson Construction Chevrolet Silverado RST, Self’s steadily marched his way forward with an accelerated pace during Stage 3 to earn his first top-10 finish of the season with a superb eighth-place finish. Calling the Shots: Ryan Salomon will continue to lead Austin Wayne Self and the AM Racing team in 2022, including this weekend at Atlanta. This weekend marks his 28th 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 16.2 during the 2020 and 2021 seasons, respectively. Career Rundown: Since 2016, Self has competed in 131 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races, delivering two top-five and 14 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 18.3. Lineup: In addition to AM Technical Solutions and GO TEXAN continuing their roles as the primary marketing partner for Self in 2022, the AM Racing team will also receive support from, AIRBOX Air Purifier, Don’t mess with Texas, CForce Bottling Company, Flying Circle, Kreuz Market and JB Henderson Construction. 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 Atlanta Motor Speedway: “We have more questions than we do answers for this weekend at Atlanta. It’s not only a new surface but a complete configuration. Many expect it to be a mini-Daytona or Talladega, but only track time will tell. No matter what though, our AM Racing team is ready to go to Atlanta and fight hard and earn back-to-back top-10 finishes in Georgia.” On Las Vegas Motor Speedway: “I was excited to leave Las Vegas Motor Speedway with another top-10 finish. We had a strong showing last September and we were able to pick up right where we left off a couple of weeks ago. We struggled with the balance of our No. 22 AM Technical Solutions | JB Henderson Construction Chevrolet Silverado during the first stage, but Ryan (Solomon, crew chief) did a great job with adjustments that propelled us forward and allowed us to earn our first top-10 finish of the season. Hopefully, we can continue to build off this early season momentum and have a good showing at Atlanta.” On Strong 2022 Start: “I am incredibly proud of everyone on this AM Racing team. Everyone is working hard to keep our momentum alive and following our performance at Las Vegas, I believe our team is hungrier than ever to go to Atlanta and see if we can propel our AM Racing team back into the top-five.” The FR8 Auctions 208 (135 laps | 207.9 miles) is the third of 23 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races on the 2022 schedule. Practice begins on Fri., March 18, 2022, from 3:05 p.m. – 3:55 p.m. Qualifying is set for race day, Sat., March 19, 2022, beginning at 10:30 a.m. The field will take the green flag shortly after 2:30 p.m. with live coverage on FOX Sports 1 (FS1), the Motor Racing Network (Radio) and SiriusXM NASCAR Channel 90. All times are local (ET). 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.
  4. Austin Wayne Self, AM Racing set for Las Vegas (Nev.) Motor Speedway NCWTS show No. 22 AM Racing Team: Driver: Austin Wayne Self Primary Partner(s): AM Technical Solutions | JB Henderson Construction Manufacturer: Chevrolet Silverado RST Crew Chief: Ryan Salomon Spotter: Tony Raines 2022 Driver Points Position: 11th | 2022 Owner Points Position: 11th Chassis Intel: AM Racing Chassis No. 116; previously raced at Phoenix (Ariz.) Raceway on November 5, 2021 (Start: 24th | Finish: 26th). Engine: Ilmor Racing Technologies Notes of Interest: New Look: The AM Racing team will debut a new look with their No. 22 Chevrolet Silverado. Instead of their traditional red and white paint scheme, the team will unveil a red, white and blue livery for the season. Texas Pride: The team will sport the signage of AM Technical Solutions and GO TEXAN and on the No. 22 Chevrolet Silverado for the second of 23 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races this season. Looking Ahead: With the green flag just waiving on the 2022 Truck Series season, AM Racing is already thinking ahead to its future. In the coming weeks, the team will unveil its plan for fielding a second NASCAR Camping World Truck Series truck to their team this season. The Statesville, N.C. team has built the equipment and ramped up the personnel to expand their footprint in 2022 by fielding a teammate to Austin Wayne Self throughout the season. Last year, the organization tested the waters of a second Truck Series effort at Knoxville Raceway. Brett Moffitt drove the No. 37 Concrete Supply | Destiny Homes Chevrolet Silverado in the event. Moffitt contended for a top-five finish before a late-race accident relegated the former Truck Series champion and team to a 38th place finish. Banner Year: Last season, Austin Wayne Self and AM Racing enjoyed a banner year in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. In 22 races, the team had just four finishes of 23rd or worse but maintained an average finish of 17.6 following the November Lucas Oil 150 season finale at Phoenix (Ariz.) Raceway. He mirrored 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 Series Las Vegas Motor Speedway Stats: Friday night’s Victoria’s Voice 200 will mark Self’s 11th NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race in “Sin City.” In his previous 10 efforts, the Austin, Texas native has delivered a track-best of eighth in the 2021 Victoria’s Voice Foundation 200 presented by Westgate Resorts after starting 13th. Overall, he carries an average finish of 16.1 at the 1.5-mile speedway. He has completed 1,346 of the 1,374 laps available for a 97.8 percentage lap completion. Austin Wayne Self Truck Series Speedway Track Stats: At NASCAR Camping World Truck Series tracks classified as a speedway, Self has made 74 starts throughout his career with six top-10 finishes, while also carrying an average finishing position of 18.6. Daytona International Speedway | NextEra Energy Resources 250 Race Recap: In the most recent NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway, Self made his 130th career Truck Series start. Starting 16th in his No. 22 AIRBOX Air Purifier | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet Silverado RST, Boyd kept his AM Racing truck in contention and out of the dreaded “Big One” to earn a respectable 13th place finish and a strong start to the 2022 Truck Series season. Calling the Shots: Ryan Salomon will continue to lead Austin Wayne Self and the AM Racing team in 2022, including this weekend at Las Vegas. This weekend marks his 27th 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 16.5 during the 2020 and 2021 seasons, respectively. Career Rundown: Since 2016, Self has competed in 130 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races, delivering two top-five and 13 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 18.4. 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 Las Vegas Motor Speedway: “I’m looking forward to Friday night’s race. We had a good start to the season with a strong top-15 finish at Daytona and we are returning to the track that brought our most recent top-10 finish as a team. I’ve always liked Las Vegas and the racing it provides. We are confident that we will be able to unload on Friday and have a strong practice and qualifying session that will allow us to contend for our first top-10 finish of the season with our No. 22 AM Technical Solutions | JB Henderson Construction Chevrolet Silverado RST.” On Daytona International Speedway: “We had a strong showing in our first race of the 2022 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season. I’m proud of everyone on this AM Racing team. Ryan (Salomon, crew chief) did a great job building this brand-new truck. It was fast in single-truck runs and in the draft. I would have liked to have started the year off with a top-10 finish, but we’ll take this and focus forward on Las Vegas.” On 2022 Season Outlook: “I really think we impressed a lot of people with our consistency last year. We were very solid and ended the year with the most top-10 finishes in our team’s history. Our success was because of the hard work of everyone on this AM Racing team. Even though we didn’t end the 2021 season on a high note, our team was extremely motivated to get back to the shop and start working on 2022. Without question, I think we can not only keep up the consistency but collect even more top-10 finishes in 2022.” Race Information: The Victoria’s Voice 200 (134 laps | 201 miles) is the second of 23 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races on the 2022 schedule. Practice begins on Fri., March 4, 2022, from 1:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Qualifying begins immediately following practice at 2:00 p.m. The field will take the green flag shortly after 6:00 p.m. (9:00 p.m. ET) with live coverage on FOX Sports 1 (FS1), the Motor Racing Network (Radio) and SiriusXM NASCAR Channel 90. All times are local (PT). 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. The team has named Austin Wayne Self as its driver for the 2022 season.
  5. 37th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout Off And Running Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (December 29, 2021) Wrapping up the opening 118 races of the 37th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout on Wednesday, racing included four of the six classes featured in this year’s record-breaking event. A quick look back at Wednesday action, 22 drivers took multiple Heat Race wins, with Oregon’s Ashton Torgerson atop the count at three, with wins in Outlaw, Outlaw Non-Wing, and A-Class. Heat Race winners represented eleven states (AL, CA, CO, IN, LA, MO, OK, OR, PA, TX, WA) with the highest win count going to California at four drivers collecting a combined eight victories. Oklahoma, Indiana, and Texas drivers followed with each state collecting six wins among three drivers. Clicking off both Outlaw divisions, as well as Restricted A-Class and A-Class, things restart on Thursday, December 30 at 9:00 A.M. with 42 Stock Non-Wing Heat Race first on the card. Through Thursday, events are slated to run to Race No. 232. The remaining schedule for the 37th annual Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout is as follows: Thursday Schedule: Heat Races (8 laps): 119-160: Stock Non-Wing (42) 161-172: Junior Sprints (12) E (8 Laps), D & C Mains (10 Laps): 173-180: Outlaw Non-Wing E Mains (8 – 2 Advance to D Mains) 181-188: Outlaw Non-Wing D Mains (8 – 2 Advance to C Mains) 189-196: Outlaw Non-Wing C Mains (8 – 2 Advance to B Mains) 198-204: A Class Winged E Mains (8 – 2 Advance to D Mains) 205-212: A Class Winged D Mains (8 – 2 Advance to C Mains) 213-220: A Class Winged C Mains (8 – 2 Advance to B Mains) 221-224: Outlaw Winged D Mains (4 – 4 Advance to B Mains) 225-232: Outlaw Winged C Mains (8 – 2 Advance to B Mains) Friday Schedule: E, D &C Mains (10 Laps): 233-240: Stock Non-Wing E Mains (8 – 2 Advance to D Mains) 241-248: Stock Non-Wing D Mains (8 – 2 Advance to C Mains) 249-256: Stock Non-Wing C Mains (8 – 2 Advance to B Mains) Qualifying Races (10 Laps): 257-264: Outlaw Non-Wing (8) 265-270: Junior Sprints (6) 271-278: Stock Non-Wing (8) 279-284: Restricted A Class (6) 285-292: Outlaw Winged (8) 293-300: A Class Winged (8) B Mains: 301-308: Outlaw Non-Wing (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ) 309-316: Stock Non-Wing (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ) Saturday Schedule: B Mains (and Jr Sprint C Mains): 317-324: A Class Winged (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ) 325-328: Junior Sprints C MAINS (10 Laps: 4 – Top 2 from each Advance to B Mains) 329-332: Junior Sprints (10 Laps: 4 – Top 2 from each Advance to A Main) 333-340: Outlaw Winged (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ) 341-348: Restricted A Class (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ) Last Chance A Main Qualifiers (12 Laps): 349: Stock Non-Wing (Top 8 Advance to A Main) 350: Outlaw Non-Wing (Top 8 Advance to A Main) 351: Restricted A Class (Top 8 Advance to A Main) 352: A Class Winged (Top 8 Advance to A Main) 353: Outlaw Winged (Top 8 Advance to A Main) Championship A Mains: 354: Stock Non-Wing (30 Laps) 355: Junior Sprints (20 Laps) 356: Outlaw Non-Wing (30 Laps) 357: Restricted A Class (25 Laps)Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout 358: A Class Winged (30 Laps) 359: Outlaw Winged (55 Laps) Fans who cannot attend the 37th annual can see every lap of action on http://www.floracing.com. The Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout takes place at the Tulsa Expo Raceway, located inside the SageNet Center in Tulsa, Okla. More information on the event will be released as the event draws closer. All official rules, event information, and dates are online at http://www.tulsashootout.com. Fans can also follow the Tulsa Shootout at https://www.facebook.com/TulsaShootout and on Twitter (@TulsaShootout). Race Results: 37th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout Tulsa Expo Raceway (Tulsa, Okla.) Wednesday, December 29, 2021 Top 112 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 8 Qualifying Races Non-Wing Outlaw Race 1 (8 Laps): 1. 20T-Ricky Thornton Jr[1]; 2. 14N-Grant Sexton[3]; 3. 08-Santino Ferrucci[4]; 4. 12J-Jeffrey Newell[10]; 5. 57K-Kyle Chady[8]; 6. 91J-Jaxon Brenning[5]; 7. 08G-Stefan Sidur[7]; 8. 78-Ethan Ayars[6]; 9. 2P-Chase Porter[9]; 10. 4D-Brent Shoemaker[2] Race 2 (8 Laps): 1. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[1]; 2. 71T-Tim Buckwalter[4]; 3. 72-Jesse Maurer[2]; 4. 5G-Heath Hehnley[7]; 5. 14R-Jake Nail[10]; 6. 7N-Darin Naida[6]; 7. 44T-Austin Taborski[8]; 8. 14B-Ethan Burdett[5]; 9. 16-Randy Sims[9]; 10. 15D-Dylan Schaadt[3] Race 3 (8 Laps): 1. 8G-Tyler Smith[3]; 2. 78J-Joe Askew[1]; 3. 120-Bobby Bazan[2]; 4. 14-Blake Battles[7]; 5. 59T-Richie Harvey[6]; 6. 19-Sam Johnson[9]; 7. 88P-Tony Penick[10]; 8. Z78-Zach Drummond[5]; 9. 67-Randy Wagnon Jr[8]; 10. A51-Jason Trosper[4] Race 4 (8 Laps): 1. 97-Scotty Milan[2]; 2. 8P-Caleb Pence[4]; 3. 24S-Colby Sokol[6]; 4. 5X-Reece Shelton[8]; 5. 75X-James Morris[10]; 6. R7-Kyle Spence[9]; 7. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[1]; 8. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[3]; 9. 68-Landon Ellis[5]; 10. 4-Garrett Twitty[7] Race 5 (8 Laps): 1. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[1]; 2. 57T-Chase Cabre[2]; 3. 1-Brenham Crouch[4]; 4. 05R-Brandon Riveira[7]; 5. 3A-Drake Edwards[5]; 6. 25-Maverick Elkins[8]; 7. 54X-David Taft[6]; 8. 43E-Eddie Hamblen[10]; 9. 21G-Garth Kasiner[3]; 10. 77A-Preston Norbury[9] Race 6 (8 Laps): 1. 39-Russ Disinger[3]; 2. 51K-Caleb Martin[5]; 3. 10H-Thomas Hassler[4]; 4. 1W-Weston Gorham[10]; 5. 51G-Grant Schaadt[8]; 6. 12B-Brandon Boggs[9]; 7. 22M-Sammy McNabb[2]; 8. 21W-Will Perdue[6]; 9. 126-Autumn Criste[1]; 10. 29L-Jase Randolph[7] Race 7 (8 Laps): 1. 11J-Cameron Paul[3]; 2. 2L-Austin Lambert[7]; 3. 6B-Blake Parmley[2]; 4. 19J-Justin Robison[6]; 5. 40G-Jason Gariss[4]; 6. 29W-Mike Walling[5]; 7. 74N-Natalie Doney[10]; 8. 35G-Gaige Weldon[9]; 9. 60-Robert Lee[8]; 10. 1X-Brady Ross[1] Race 8 (8 Laps): 1. 67J-JJ Loss[1]; 2. 20R-Alex Bright[9]; 3. 2F-Jadyn Friesen[6]; 4. 14E-Mariah Ede[4]; 5. 8R-Ryker Pace[5]; 6. 17J-Jacob Johnston[2]; 7. 9A-Austin Lewis[3]; 8. 61-Chris Parmley[8]; 9. 97X-Damian Norbury[10]; 10. 95A-Eli Adams[7] Race 9 (8 Laps): 1. 5E-Bobby Elliott[2]; 2. 99X-Chris Russell[1]; 3. 57-Jacob Lucas[7]; 4. 5-Bradley Huish[4]; 5. 7L-Logan Trevino[3]; 6. 20S-Shon Deskins[8]; 7. 130-Jacob Barton[10]; 8. 144-Damon Paul[9]; 9. 7V-Logan Reynolds[6]; 10. 48-Hunter Kohn[5] Race 10 (8 Laps): 1. 21K-Thomas Kunsman[3]; 2. 29X-Mason Daugherty[4]; 3. 2N-Dawson Nunnenkamp[1]; 4. 7S-Kaden Smith[7]; 5. 9K-Eddie Ramsey[6]; 6. 49-Max Mittry[8]; 7. 9L-Laramie Freeny[10]; 8. 47-Austin Helt[9]; 9. 55-Allen Saine[2]; 10. 33X-Evan Harvey[5] Race 11 (8 Laps): 1. 11C-Darren Brown[1]; 2. 7B-Aidan Borden[5]; 3. 27M-Jace McIntosh[8]; 4. 82-Austin Saunders[10]; 5. 29-Blake Scott[2]; 6. 13M-Brett Moffitt[4]; 7. 75-Blayne Buntin[6]; 8. 73J-Jadon Rogers[7]; 9. 3X-Cole Roberts[9]; 10. 9M-Matt Moore[3] Race 12 (8 Laps): 1. 02-Ashton Torgerson[5]; 2. 12V-Cole Bodine[6]; 3. 3M-Collin Mitchell[8]; 4. 7H-Skylar Hunter[4]; 5. 27H-Brandon Shaw[9]; 6. 44E-Eric Ankiewicz[3]; 7. 85J-Logan Julien[10]; 8. 09-Justin Patocka[7]; 9. 9X-Casey Bauman[1]; 10. 8B-Mickey Bullock[2] Race 13 (8 Laps): 1. 1V-Johnny Boland[2]; 2. 9B-Brad Sutton[1]; 3. 93-Matthew Riggs Carr[6]; 4. 22-Curtis Jones[4]; 5. 1F-Jason Friesen[8]; 6. 18T-John Ferry III[5]; 7. 31W-Tanner Berryhill[3]; 8. 117-James Scott[9]; 9. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[10]; 10. 38-Karson Battarbee[7] Race 14 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[10]; 2. 51B-Joe B Miller[8]; 3. 10K-Koda Oller[3]; 4. Z17-Michael Nolf[5]; 5. 47H-Hunter Wise[9]; 6. 72A-Alex Karpowicz[2]; 7. 23C-Josh Castro[7]; 8. 21T-Dylan Kadous[6]; 9. 25J-Delaney Jost[4]; 10. 17L-Lonnie Fraley[1] Race 15 (8 Laps): 1. 11X-Brent Crews[3]; 2. 23-Alec Quiggle[5]; 3. 74C-Sheldon Creed[2]; 4. 22X-Daniel Robinson[8]; 5. 24T-Glenn James Bratti II[6]; 6. 17M-Johnny Mordock[10]; 7. 38J-Jackson Frisbie[4]; 8. 16C-Cody Parmley[1]; 9. 8H-Matthew Howard[7]; 10. 2V-DJ Vanderley[9] Race 16 (8 Laps): 1. 36J-Kyle Jones[9]; 2. 121-Caeden Steele[5]; 3. 52L-Cameron La Rose[7]; 4. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[1]; 5. U2-Ryan Cotney[8]; 6. 2M-Gray Leadbetter[4]; 7. 15E-Matt Ebarb[10]; 8. 3L-Jack Lobin[3]; 9. 95-Paige Moss[6]; 10. 58-Carl Lebo[2] Race 17 (8 Laps): 1. 14H-Michael Faccinto[4]; 2. 4N-Ryan Winter[2]; 3. 21L-Brady Bacon[5]; 4. 16S-Seth Shebester[10]; 5. 52B-Brianna Lawson[1]; 6. 11K-Kayla Martin[6]; 7. 18J-Steve Finn[3]; 8. 28G-Garrett Bias[9]; 9. 19G-Bubba Gatewood[8]; 10. 44-Kashton Denton[7] Race 18 (8 Laps): 1. 51-Kyle Busch[8]; 2. 38K-Kyle Gray[1]; 3. 24G-Greyson Springer[4]; 4. 17-Quinton Benson[3]; 5. 23K-Jordan Kluver[2]; 6. 19E-Billy Lawless[5]; 7. 69-Robert Burnett[6]; 8. 54-Lee Land[9]; 9. 35-Logan Calderwood[7]; 10. 22T-Robert Turner[10] Race 19 (8 Laps): 1. 11S-Shawn Mahaffey[6]; 2. 36-Kevin Reed[3]; 3. 3T-Trevor McIntire[4]; 4. 25B-Chevy Boyer[5]; 5. 51X-Joshua Huish[7]; 6. 51C-David Conley Jr[9]; 7. 13R-Norman Harley Rose[1]; 8. 66J-Holden Jennings[2]; 9. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[10]; 10. 25A-Anton Hernandez[8] Race 20 (8 Laps): 1. 26S-Jonathan Shafer[3]; 2. 07-Allard Rains III[1]; 3. 2-Travis Sullivan[2]; 4. 74-Xavier Doney[4]; 5. 1C-Connor Lee[7]; 6. 86C-Kyle Thompson[6]; 7. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[5]; 8. 99D-Bryant Dawson[9]; 9. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[8]; 10. 76J-Jarrett Hatch[10] Race 21 (8 Laps): 1. 15C-Blake Clouser[2]; 2. 9H-Kaden Holm[10]; 3. 2W-Austin Wood[4]; 4. 27-Jace Alvarez[1]; 5. 73-Jason McDougal[5]; 6. 131-Dusty Young[9]; 7. 98E-Ed Libonati[8]; 8. 172-Greg Reynolds[7]; 9. 44C-Cheyenne Potter[6]; 10. 48T-Tanner Holm[3] Race 22 (8 Laps): 1. 3Z-Trey Zorn[3]; 2. 21J-Kameron Key[7]; 3. 570-Prestyn Brown[5]; 4. 35B-Dwayne Benson[4]; 5. 12T-Trey Robb[10]; 6. 88R-Ryder Laplante[9]; 7. 1E-Eric Braundmeier[6]; 8. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[1]; 9. 35R-Rachel Zabawa[8]; 10. 51F-Gary Taylor[2] Race 23 (8 Laps): 1. 5L-Derek Hagar[3]; 2. 3E-Ethan Wicker[5]; 3. 10J-Dominic Gorden[7]; 4. 12H-Cole Hocker[1]; 5. 11M-Lawrence Mann Jr[2]; 6. 3-Cole Schroeder[9]; 7. 20D-Brennan Rogers[8]; 8. 1H-Bob Hentschel[10]; 9. 31-Chad Lobb[4]; 10. 17H-Robert Harbert[6] Race 24 (8 Laps): 1. 6W-Colin White[3]; 2. 17B-Jack Hoyer[8]; 3. 32T-Trey Marcham[5]; 4. 101-Easton Lebo[2]; 5. 2G-Brandon Rose[10]; 6. 10-Patrick Lundy[1]; 7. 15B-Brock Cottrell[4]; 8. 1Z-Hailie Deegan[6]; 9. 21H-Dustin Hamelmann[7]; 10. 1M-Mason Hannagan[9] Race 25 (8 Laps): 1. 157-Camren Sorrels[3]; 2. 5T-Ryan Timms[7]; 3. 11L-Laydon Pearson[5]; 4. 20-James Andrichuk[1]; 5. 41B-Cody Bryson[6]; 6. 28P-Bradley Fezard[4]; 7. 87-Laine Hite[10]; 8. 34-KJ Snow[8]; 9. 42-Eric Jennings[9]; 10. (DQ) 82H-Hunter Pruitt[2] Race 26 (8 Laps): 1. 2B-Jonathan Beason[3]; 2. 87C-Chase Randall[2]; 3. 29A-Austin Stone[1]; 4. 5J-Austin Hawkins[4]; 5. 22C-John Campbell[5]; 6. 17P-Seth Pugh[8]; 7. 33W-Rece Wommack[6]; 8. 77-Ryan Sullivan[9]; 9. 36E-Blake Edwards[10]; 10. 1K-Kortland Stephens[7] Race 27 (8 Laps): 1. 47B-Emerson Axsom[4]; 2. 71K-Christopher Bell[3]; 3. 3B-Stone Sharpe[7]; 4. 5K-Gavan Boschele[6]; 5. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[9]; 6. 188-Blake Moeller[8]; 7. 7T-Derrick Mcgrew Jr[2]; 8. 17T-Kole Kirkman[10]; 9. 10D-Devon Debrick[5]; 10. 14T-Tony Morris[1] Race 28 (8 Laps): 1. 14C-Chelby Hinton[4]; 2. 88J-Joey Amantea[8]; 3. 2K-Todd Kirkman[6]; 4. 99E-Eastin Ashbrooke[2]; 5. 4B-Brandt Twitty[7]; 6. 300-Darren Cole[9]; 7. 30-John Crowder[10]; 8. 40B-Dylan Beal[3]; 9. 28-Mark Morin[1]; 10. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[5] Race 29 (8 Laps): 1. 20Q-Brecken Reese[3]; 2. 23L-Tyler LaPointe[1]; 3. 10S-Logan Seavey[8]; 4. 7F-Ryan Frantz[4]; 5. 7-Nick Skias[5]; 6. 41J-Caden Kvapil[7]; 7. 59-Brody Mclaughlin[9]; 8. 3W-Kirk Berkley[6]; 9. 57P-Peter Walker[10]; 10. 1S-Ryan Carter[2] Race 30 (8 Laps): 1. 110-Karter Battarbee[4]; 2. 71M-Gavin Miller[7]; 3. 16F-Matthew Francis[3]; 4. 4J-Ayden Hare[1]; 5. 93R-Raleigh Shepherd[5]; 6. 08$-Trey Gropp[9]; 7. 41H-Colton Hardy[6]; 8. 24-Jade Avedisian[8]; 9. 40F-Devin Feger[2]; 10. 14W-Dacin Roberson[10] Race 31 (8 Laps): 1. 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[2]; 2. 77R-Robbie Smith[4]; 3. 50-Jacob Severn[3]; 4. 29T-Tanner Thorson[1]; 5. 83V-Tim Vaught[5]; 6. 321-Chad Winfrey[9]; 7. 35S-Aubrey Smith[6]; 8. 17R-Molly Day[8]; 9. 21C-Chase Howard[7]; 10. (DNS) 3H-Will Scribner Race 32 (8 Laps): 1. 88C-Dominic Carter[1]; 2. 17S-Baron Silva[5]; 3. 21A-Caleb Stelzig[4]; 4. 10B-Brock Berreth[7]; 5. 48S-William Schleicher[10]; 6. 98-James Roselli[8]; 7. 5A-Ava Gropp[2]; 8. 08K-Cannon McIntosh[3]; 9. 628-Jacob Ruppe[6]; 10. 5M-Kevin Morris[9] Race 33 (8 Laps): 1. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[5]; 2. 4X-Tyler Courtney[2]; 3. 11T-Tom Curran[9]; 4. 122-Lane Warner[6]; 5. 8-Josh Marcham[10]; 6. 111-Mark Reynolds[1]; 7. 12-Jason Tyer[7]; 8. 9-Keith McIntyre Jr[3]; 9. 29C-Connor Borah[8]; 10. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[4] Race 34 (8 Laps): 1. 3K-Kris Carroll[3]; 2. 01-Weldon Buford[6]; 3. 88-Austin Torgerson[1]; 4. 3J-Jimmy Leal[9]; 5. 79-Ron Dennis[7]; 6. 33T-Ty Nevins[10]; 7. 27K-Kyle Keeler[4]; 8. 2E-Jake Galusha[8]; 9. 007-Cody Carter[5]; 10. 1T-Taylor Whitefield[2] Race 35 (8 Laps): 1. 12F-Dawson Faria[2]; 2. 66-Broedy Graham[1]; 3. 41-Logan Rumsey[10]; 4. 75K-Kale Drake[5]; 5. 41T-Tanner Dunlap[3]; 6. 55C-Trevor Cline[8]; 7. 14A-Braden Chiaramonte[7]; 8. 12P-Quinn Roberts[9]; 9. 37-Wade Olmsted[4]; 10. 01J-Kory Lira[6] Race 36 (8 Laps): 1. 17D-Dave Nicholson[2]; 2. 14Z-Junior Ankiewicz[1]; 3. 21S-Steven Snyder Jr[6]; 4. 13S-Danny Buccafusca[4]; 5. 7K-Mason Keefer[8]; 6. 99M-Mason Seubert[3]; 7. 56-Jace Park[9]; 8. 71P-Chuck Gurney Jr[7]; 9. 9E-Kinzer Edwards[10]; 10. 41S-Joseph Plunkett[5] Race 37 (8 Laps): 1. 13-Mitchel Moles[1]; 2. 15N-Neal Allison[3]; 3. 81-Frank Flud[5]; 4. 5S-Gunnar Setser[6]; 5. 4H-Spencer Hill[8]; 6. 297-Dillon Berglan[4]; 7. 17Q-Quinn Jones[9]; 8. 87K-Kelvin Lewis[2]; 9. 10P-Brian Potter[7]; 10. 5R-Gage Robertson[10] Race 38 (8 Laps): 1. 3D-Caleb Debem[1]; 2. 48X-Dylan Hull Del[2]; 3. 77E-Cole Esgar[5]; 4. 47K-Cory Kelley[8]; 5. 5P-Austin Shores[3]; 6. 20B-Chase Bolf[6]; 7. 2X-Joshua Spatola[7]; 8. 33B-Cody Barnes[9]; 9. 12C-Chase Spicola[10]; 10. 2J-Joshua Shipley[4] Race 39 (8 Laps): 1. 40-Camden Winter[2]; 2. 2H-Emilio Hoover[1]; 3. 51P-Paul Hendrix[4]; 4. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[5]; 5. 83W-Brant Woods[7]; 6. 73C-Carsen Perkins[6]; 7. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[8]; 8. 33K-Jack Kassik[9]; 9. 21-Tanner Johnson[3] Top 72 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 6 Qualifying Races Restricted 'A' Class Race 40 (8 Laps): 1. 14X-Braxston Wilson[6]; 2. 22S-Colby Sokol[2]; 3. 4M-Teagen Moles[1]; 4. 63K-Colton Key[8]; 5. 21H-Levi Hinck[3]; 6. 15-Brody Brown[5]; 7. 4A-Hayden Alberson[7]; 8. 23M-Maliki Altis[4]; 9. 1-Hudsyn Truitt[9] Race 41 (8 Laps): 1. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[3]; 2. 15V-Cole Vanderheiden[7]; 3. 9D-Degan Lelsz[6]; 4. 35G-Gaige Weldon[8]; 5. 67-Waylon Phillips[2]; 6. E10-Easton Zent[4]; 7. 29-Bristol McCleskey[9]; 8. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[1]; 9. 10R-Ryleigh Whittle[5] Race 42 (8 Laps): 1. 21-Keegan Osantowski[3]; 2. 73-Chase McDougal[6]; 3. 13C-William Conner[7]; 4. 45A-Eli Adams[9]; 5. 24C-Cale Lagroon[8]; 6. 95R-Ryker Morrow[5]; 7. 95H-Heath Walton[1]; 8. 49-Ace Moore[2]; 9. 63-Jack Thomas[4] Race 43 (8 Laps): 1. 87-Collin Shain[4]; 2. 55-Jett Barnes[1]; 3. 3-Lathe Griggs[3]; 4. 2-Taylor Mayhew[5]; 5. 2G-Garrett Benson[8]; 6. 24-Kameron Sneed[2]; 7. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[7]; 8. 8Z-Kasen Zorn[9]; 9. 4S-Aubrey Jo Sappington[6] Race 44 (8 Laps): 1. 45-Bradley Cox[1]; 2. 9-Cooper Cottrell[2]; 3. 28-Mick Gile Jr[3]; 4. 15B-Brianna Lawson[5]; 5. 10T-Talin Turner[6]; 6. 9A-Abigayle Lett[9]; 7. 20-Junior Ankiewicz[8]; 8. 4-Jude Allgayer[4]; 9. 7S-Kanon Posey[7] Race 45 (8 Laps): 1. 13-Chris Counter[2]; 2. 51B-Parker Bupp[4]; 3. 25S-Justis Sokol[7]; 4. 7-Garyn Howard[8]; 5. 8J-Tanner Johnson[6]; 6. 13G-Elijah Gile[9]; 7. 66-Jayden Clay[3]; 8. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[1]; 9. 14K-Kyle Hooper[5] Race 46 (8 Laps): 1. 45M-Megan Thomas[1]; 2. 43-Parker Perry[2]; 3. 88P-Ayden Parrish[4]; 4. 7K-Kennzzie Brown[3]; 5. 7J-JW Henderson[8]; 6. 87X-Cooper Williams[6]; 7. 23-Journey Hunt[5]; 8. 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[9]; 9. 5-Axton Romero[7] Race 47 (8 Laps): 1. 3C-Cale Coons[3]; 2. 55X-Lucas Mauldin[1]; 3. 27-Kaden Weger[2]; 4. 50-Jackson Beers[4]; 5. 52-Hayden Mabe[6]; 6. 11-Kaley Mahaffey[9]; 7. 6-Brylee Kilmer[7]; 8. 23J-Jace Wren[8]; 9. 15H-Jace Hale[5] Race 48 (8 Laps): 1. 1K-Kortland Stephens[1]; 2. 21X-Cash Lovenburg[8]; 3. 10-Ray Brewer[4]; 4. 23C-Cierra Wullenwaber[2]; 5. 29L-Jackson Lauderbaugh[5]; 6. 21D-Dalton Wayne[6]; 7. 126-Autumn Criste[7]; 8. 18Z-Zander Altis[3]; 9. Z71-Evan Nolf[9] Race 49 (8 Laps): 1. 33-Jett Nunley[7]; 2. 14L-Landon Muehlberger[6]; 3. B2-Carson Bolden[1]; 4. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[5]; 5. 30-Kyler Bearce[3]; 6. 99-Justin Spear[2]; 7. 20S-Shali Buck[4]; 8. 18-Prestin Dalton[8] Race 50 (8 Laps): 1. 7L-Lucas Johnson[1]; 2. 29K-Levi Kuntz[2]; 3. 2A-Austin Wood[6]; 4. 46-Peyton White[4]; 5. 8L-Logun Lunsford[7]; 6. 00T-TJ Stark[5]; 7. 30P-Blake Pittman[3]; 8. 20K-Skyler Keeney[8] Race 51 (8 Laps): 1. 11H-Nicholas Harris[1]; 2. 14B-Ethan Burdett[2]; 3. 11D-Dominic White[3]; 4. 8-Jase Blevins[5]; 5. 10S-Scout Spraggins[6]; 6. 10P-Peyton Whitehouse[7]; 7. 12-Tori Tyer[4]; 8. 21A-Kainan Baker[8] Race 52 (8 Laps): 1. 5C-Cooper Miller[3]; 2. 5L-Landon Jesina[1]; 3. 7T-Quinn Thurein[6]; 4. 38R-Riley Osantowski[2]; 5. 115-Landon Graham[8]; 6. P24-Aiden Howard[5]; 7. 06-Andres Jones[4]; 8. 69-Jordan Mast[7] Race 53 (8 Laps): 1. 31B-Braxton Weger[2]; 2. 84-Dalten Maust[1]; 3. 33G-Caden Gotelli[3]; 4. 71-Jaxton Wiggs[5]; 5. 20Q-Brecken Reese[8]; 6. 10B-Braden Pfeiffer[6]; 7. 3S-Brody Strong[7]; 8. 77K-Kyle Fernandez[4] Top 112 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 8 Qualifying Races Winged Outlaw Race 54 (8 Laps): 1. 1F-Jason Friesen[2]; 2. 93-Matthew Riggs Carr[3]; 3. 7L-Logan Trevino[1]; 4. 12P-Quinn Roberts[6]; 5. 71P-Chuck Gurney Jr[9]; 6. 83V-Tim Vaught[7]; 7. 08$-Trey Gropp[8]; 8. 77A-Preston Norbury[10]; 9. 40S-Shain Kaiser[5]; 10. 5J-Austin Hawkins[4] Race 55 (8 Laps): 1. 14X-Braxston Wilson[4]; 2. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[3]; 3. 14L-Kurt Westerfield[8]; 4. 61-Chris Parmley[2]; 5. 26S-Jonathan Shafer[9]; 6. 1E-Eric Braundmeier[7]; 7. 5A-Ava Gropp[6]; 8. 78G-Justin Giddings[5]; 9. 2X-Joshua Spatola[1]; 10. 91-Alec Frisell[10] Race 56 (8 Laps): 1. 23C-Josh Castro[2]; 2. 49-Max Mittry[1]; 3. 08G-Cannon McIntosh[6]; 4. 5K-Gavan Boschele[5]; 5. 9L-Laramie Freeny[4]; 6. 71M-Gavin Miller[8]; 7. 44-Samuel Holt[7]; 8. 20Q-Brecken Reese[10]; 9. 17J-Jacob Johnston[3]; 10. 51P-Paul Hendrix[9] Race 57 (8 Laps): 1. 2V-DJ Vanderley[1]; 2. 47B-Emerson Axsom[8]; 3. 14R-Jake Nail[2]; 4. 48T-Tanner Holm[9]; 5. 36C-Kris Carroll[6]; 6. 55C-Trevor Cline[3]; 7. B2-Carson Bolden[10]; 8. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[5]; 9. 4H-Spencer Hill[4]; 10. 37-Wade Olmsted[7] Race 58 (8 Laps): 1. 20R-Alex Bright[1]; 2. 10S-Logan Seavey[3]; 3. 88-Austin Torgerson[2]; 4. 18H-Nicholas Howard[7]; 5. 21T-Dylan Kadous[6]; 6. 29A-Austin Stone[8]; 7. 938-Bradley Fezard[5]; 8. 88C-Dominic Carter[9]; 9. 38X-Kyle Gray[4]; 10. 9B-Brad Sutton[10] Race 59 (8 Laps): 1. 12-Frank Galusha[3]; 2. 75X-James Morris[7]; 3. 117-James Scott[2]; 4. 19-Sam Johnson[1]; 5. 27L-Nate Lauderbaugh[8]; 6. 12U-Tyler Devenport[4]; 7. 12C-Chase Spicola[10]; 8. 7H-Skylar Hunter[9]; 9. 29M-Dylan Menditto[5]; 10. 73-Jason McDougal[6] Race 60 (8 Laps): 1. 38-Karson Battarbee[1]; 2. 14K-Noah Key[2]; 3. 21X-Christopher Bell[8]; 4. 10H-Thomas Hassler[4]; 5. 41J-Caden Kvapil[5]; 6. 14W-Dacin Roberson[3]; 7. 74N-Natalie Doney[6]; 8. 9X-Casey Bauman[7]; 9. 95-Paige Moss[9]; 10. (DNS) 20K-Kevin Ulmer Race 61 (8 Laps): 1. 94-Craig Ronk[8]; 2. 98-James Roselli[2]; 3. 88R-Ryder Laplante[9]; 4. 242-Izaak Sharp[5]; 5. 2P-Chase Porter[4]; 6. 17R-Molly Day[7]; 7. 35G-Gaige Weldon[3]; 8. 4J-Ayden Hare[10]; 9. 22C-John Campbell[1]; 10. 9F-Mike Frantz[6] Race 62 (8 Laps): 1. 65-Michael Faccinto[1]; 2. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[3]; 3. 2B-Jonathan Beason[7]; 4. 14E-Mariah Ede[4]; 5. 3C-Cole Roberts[2]; 6. 7F-Ryan Frantz[8]; 7. 6B-Blake Parmley[5]; 8. 88S-Cale Crawford[6]; 9. (DNS) 22-Curtis Jones; 10. (DNS) 71T-Tim Buckwalter Race 63 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 2. 21L-Brady Bacon[2]; 3. 11-Laydon Pearson[8]; 4. 29T-Tanner Thorson[7]; 5. 22X-Daniel Robinson[10]; 6. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[9]; 7. Z17-Michael Nolf[6]; 8. 13S-Greg Stevens[4]; 9. 60-Robert Lee[1]; 10. 11X-Brent Crews[5] Race 64 (8 Laps): 1. 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[1]; 2. 2F-Jadyn Friesen[4]; 3. 51-Kyle Busch[5]; 4. 15N-Neal Allison[2]; 5. 7N-Darin Naida[8]; 6. 74-Xavier Doney[6]; 7. 78B-Brody Wake[7]; 8. Z78-Zach Drummond[10]; 9. 123-Brant Woods[9]; 10. 570-Johnny Smith[3] Race 65 (8 Laps): 1. 51F-Gary Taylor[1]; 2. 8G-Tyler Smith[2]; 3. 29K-Levi Kuntz[3]; 4. 2G-Garrett Benson[9]; 5. 67J-JJ Loss[10]; 6. 122-Lane Warner[7]; 7. 110-Karter Battarbee[8]; 8. 7T-Derrick Mcgrew Jr[6]; 9. 95M-Noah Mehl[4]; 10. 44C-Cheyenne Potter[5] Race 66 (8 Laps): 1. 24S-Colby Sokol[1]; 2. 23-Alec Quiggle[2]; 3. 95A-Eli Adams[4]; 4. 144-Damon Paul[7]; 5. 78-Ethan Ayars[9]; 6. 07-Allard Rains III[5]; 7. 18K-Brayden Kongdara[3]; 8. 2N-Dawson Nunnenkamp[6]; 9. 41B-Cody Bryson[8]; 10. 58-Carl Lebo[10] Race 67 (8 Laps): 1. 51B-Joe B Miller[1]; 2. 121-Caeden Steele[2]; 3. 24-KJ Snow[8]; 4. 3M-Collin Mitchell[6]; 5. 2J-Joshua Shipley[4]; 6. 52L-Cameron La Rose[3]; 7. 17S-Baron Silva[7]; 8. 35S-Aubrey Smith[5]; 9. 40F-Devin Feger[9]; 10. (DNS) 59-Brody Mclaughlin Race 68 (8 Laps): 1. 41H-Colton Hardy[2]; 2. 15C-Blake Clouser[1]; 3. 21K-Thomas Kunsman[10]; 4. 38J-Jackson Frisbie[5]; 5. 22M-Sammy McNabb[4]; 6. 16F-Matthew Francis[8]; 7. 1V-Johnny Boland[6]; 8. 14B-Ethan Burdett[7]; 9. 51X-Joshua Huish[3]; 10. 88L-Billy Lieb[9] Race 69 (8 Laps): 1. 10J-Dominic Gorden[4]; 2. 74C-Sheldon Creed[1]; 3. 87C-Chase Randall[7]; 4. 14Z-Junior Ankiewicz[3]; 5. 22R-Gage Laney[5]; 6. 11T-Tom Curran[9]; 7. 14H-Harley Hollan[8]; 8. 1M-Mason Hannagan[10]; 9. 44E-Eric Ankiewicz[6]; 10. 31-Chad Lobb[2] Race 70 (8 Laps): 1. 81-Frank Flud[2]; 2. 25J-Delaney Jost[4]; 3. 7-Nick Skias[8]; 4. 73J-Jadon Rogers[1]; 5. 11J-Cameron Paul[7]; 6. 10R-Rylee Whitehouse[10]; 7. 68-Paul Day[9]; 8. 5E-Bobby Elliott[5]; 9. 7K-Mason Keefer[3]; 10. 20T-Ricky Thornton Jr[6] Race 71 (8 Laps): 1. 17M-Johnny Mordock[1]; 2. 21N-Steven Snyder Jr[2]; 3. R7-Kyle Spence[6]; 4. 5-Bradley Huish[3]; 5. 71-Jaxton Wiggs[4]; 6. 27H-Brandon Shaw[7]; 7. 77R-Robbie Smith[8]; 8. 19J-Justin Robison[5]; 9. 33-Hayden Holt[9]; 10. (DNS) 3Z-Trey Zorn Race 72 (8 Laps): 1. 14J-Jade Avedisian[3]; 2. 05R-Brandon Riveira[7]; 3. 28C-Chelby Hinton[2]; 4. 5T-Ryan Timms[6]; 5. 88P-Tony Penick[5]; 6. 9-Keith McIntyre Jr[9]; 7. 10-Patrick Lundy[1]; 8. 10K-Koda Oller[4]; 9. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[8]; 10. 1K-Kortland Stephens[10] Race 73 (8 Laps): 1. 9S-Kevin Bayer[2]; 2. 5G-Heath Hehnley[1]; 3. 20S-Steven Curbow[4]; 4. 13-Mitchel Moles[7]; 5. 4-Garrett Twitty[3]; 6. 66-Broedy Graham[10]; 7. 25B-Chevy Boyer[9]; 8. 40B-Dylan Beal[5]; 9. 52B-Brianna Lawson[6]; 10. 9A-Austin Lewis[8] Race 74 (8 Laps): 1. 97-Scotty Milan[4]; 2. 10X-Kole Kirkman[2]; 3. 10B-Brock Berreth[1]; 4. 21G-Garth Kasiner[3]; 5. 157-Camren Sorrels[7]; 6. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[6]; 7. 44T-Austin Taborski[9]; 8. 48X-Dylan Hull Del[5]; 9. 72-Jesse Maurer[8] Race 75 (8 Laps): 1. 12X-Cody Christensen[3]; 2. 20-James Andrichuk[1]; 3. 21J-Kameron Key[5]; 4. 15D-Mason Daugherty[4]; 5. 8H-Matthew Howard[7]; 6. 47H-Hunter Wise[6]; 7. 9H-Kaden Holm[2]; 8. 57K-Kyle Chady[8]; 9. (DNS) 2K-Todd Kirkman Race 76 (8 Laps): 1. 02-Ashton Torgerson[1]; 2. 21S-Jimmy Staton[2]; 3. 48-Hunter Kohn[3]; 4. 131-Dusty Young[7]; 5. 3-Cole Schroeder[9]; 6. 99D-Bryant Dawson[4]; 7. 94S-Sophie Frazier[8]; 8. 4X-Tyler Courtney[6]; 9. 56-Jace Park[5] Race 77 (8 Laps): 1. 39-Russ Disinger[1]; 2. 69X-Devin Crawley[2]; 3. 11K-Kaylee Bryson[4]; 4. 10T-Talin Turner[3]; 5. 24G-Greyson Springer[5]; 6. 5L-Derek Hagar[9]; 7. 8B-Mickey Bullock[7]; 8. 1C-Connor Lee[8]; 9. 16C-Cody Parmley[6] Race 78 (8 Laps): 1. 16T-Brittany Trogdon[1]; 2. 6W-Colin White[5]; 3. 2-Travis Sullivan[9]; 4. 72A-Alex Karpowicz[4]; 5. 57P-Peter Walker[2]; 6. 12F-Dawson Faria[8]; 7. 5X-Reece Shelton[6]; 8. 01J-Kory Lira[3]; 9. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[7] Race 79 (8 Laps): 1. 3D-Caleb Debem[1]; 2. 88J-Joey Amantea[2]; 3. 5S-Gunnar Setser[8]; 4. 1-Brenham Crouch[7]; 5. 82-Austin Saunders[6]; 6. 15-Cody Key[9]; 7. 126-Autumn Criste[4]; 8. 6T-Robert Tidabach[3]; 9. 2E-Jake Galusha[5] Top 112 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 8 Qualifying Races A-Class Race 80 (8 Laps): 1. 242-Izaak Sharp[4]; 2. 91-Alec Frisell[1]; 3. 01-Weldon Buford[6]; 4. 59T-Richie Harvey[5]; 5. 5A-Ava Gropp[3]; 6. 38-Karson Battarbee[7]; 7. 14N-Grant Sexton[8]; 8. 51X-Joshua Huish[10]; 9. 21H-Dustin Hamelmann[9]; 10. 12M-Shawn Marquez Jr[2] Race 81 (8 Laps): 1. 22R-Gage Laney[1]; 2. 73-Jason McDougal[6]; 3. 12B-Brandon Boggs[5]; 4. 87C-Chase Randall[9]; 5. 52B-Brianna Lawson[2]; 6. 29C-Connor Borah[7]; 7. 13S-Greg Stevens[4]; 8. 23K-Jordan Kluver[8]; 9. 00T-TJ Stark[10]; 10. 111-Mark Reynolds[3] Race 82 (8 Laps): 1. 10K-Koda Oller[2]; 2. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[1]; 3. 12U-Tyler Devenport[5]; 4. 19J-Justin Robison[7]; 5. 47K-Cory Kelley[8]; 6. 2G-Garrett Benson[10]; 7. 9D-Degan Lelsz[3]; 8. 66-Jayden Clay[6]; 9. 96C-Cameron Counter[9]; 10. 14-Blake Battles[4] Race 83 (8 Laps): 1. 3X-Cole Roberts[1]; 2. 68-Landon Ellis[6]; 3. 36S-Darren Stewart[5]; 4. 144-Damon Paul[10]; 5. 14F-Tylin Trammell[3]; 6. 10T-Talin Turner[9]; 7. 05-Joshua Spatola[2]; 8. 21C-Caleb Stelzig[7]; 9. 11X-Brent Crews[8]; 10. 14L-Landon Muehlberger[4] Race 84 (8 Laps): 1. 11G-Brandon Rose[1]; 2. 51G-Grant Schaadt[3]; 3. 97-Scotty Milan[7]; 4. 24S-Colby Sokol[10]; 5. 9A-Austin Lewis[2]; 6. 5G-Heath Hehnley[8]; 7. 300-Darren Cole[6]; 8. 41T-Tanner Dunlap[9]; 9. 4-Brett Combs[4]; 10. 10R-Rylee Whitehouse[5] Race 85 (8 Laps): 1. 21K-Thomas Kunsman[4]; 2. 54X-David Taft[2]; 3. 1W-Weston Gorham[1]; 4. 14M-Cannon McIntosh[5]; 5. 59-Brody Mclaughlin[6]; 6. 45M-Megan Thomas[3]; 7. 1F-Jason Friesen[9]; 8. 12P-Quinn Roberts[7]; 9. 74T-TJ Thompson[10]; 10. U2-Ryan Cotney[8] Race 86 (8 Laps): 1. 195-Steven Snyder Jr[3]; 2. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[5]; 3. 4X-Tyler Courtney[9]; 4. 33W-Reece Womack[1]; 5. 114-Jadon Rogers[4]; 6. 21T-Tanner Johnson[8]; 7. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[6]; 8. 99M-Mason Seubert[10]; 9. 19-Nigel Calvert[7]; 10. 67P-Waylon Phillips[2] Race 87 (8 Laps): 1. 94-Craig Ronk[4]; 2. 10J-Dominic Gorden[5]; 3. 88L-Billy Lieb[1]; 4. 88P-Tony Penick[2]; 5. 67J-JJ Loss[9]; 6. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[6]; 7. 20B-Chase Bolf[8]; 8. 78C-Chance Cody[10]; 9. 1K-Kortland Stephens[3]; 10. 126-Autumn Criste[7] Race 88 (8 Laps): 1. 15N-Neal Allison[1]; 2. 21X-Christopher Bell[7]; 3. 10B-Brock Berreth[2]; 4. 4B-Brandt Twitty[8]; 5. 99K-Seth Stenzel[4]; 6. 73C-Carsen Perkins[3]; 7. 3G-Jesse Maurer[9]; 8. 8R-Ryker Pace[10]; 9. 83-Coltin Strickland[6]; 10. 3H-Will Scribner[5] Race 89 (8 Laps): 1. 88C-Dominic Carter[3]; 2. 16S-Seth Shebester[5]; 3. 7N-Darin Naida[6]; 4. 1-Brenham Crouch[2]; 5. 5-Bradley Huish[1]; 6. 122-Lane Warner[7]; 7. 15V-Cole Vanderheiden[8]; 8. 67-Randy Wagnon Jr[4]; 9. 2F-Jadyn Friesen[9]; 10. 6-Mark Martin[10] Race 90 (8 Laps): 1. 20R-Alex Bright[3]; 2. 78-Ethan Ayars[1]; 3. 14H-Michael Faccinto[7]; 4. 14X-Braxston Wilson[2]; 5. 110-Karter Battarbee[9]; 6. 25S-Justis Sokol[4]; 7. 51-Kyle Busch[5]; 8. 45-Bradley Cox[6]; 9. 44C-Cheyenne Potter[8]; 10. 55-Allen Saine[10] Race 91 (8 Laps): 1. 13J-Mitchel Moles[1]; 2. 74C-Sheldon Creed[5]; 3. 2L-Jake Rosario[6]; 4. 13M-Brett Moffitt[8]; 5. 87K-Kelvin Lewis[3]; 6. 45A-Eli Adams[7]; 7. 7B-Aidan Borden[10]; 8. 01J-Kory Lira[2]; 9. 18T-John Ferry III[4]; 10. 18J-Steve Finn[9] Race 92 (8 Laps): 1. 21J-Kameron Key[3]; 2. 35S-Aubrey Smith[5]; 3. 21G-Garth Kasiner[6]; 4. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[8]; 5. 17P-Seth Pugh[1]; 6. 35C-Logan Calderwood[9]; 7. 49-Ace Moore[4]; 8. 2C-Caden Stoll[10]; 9. 37-Wade Olmsted[7]; 10. 21A-Kainan Baker[2] Race 93 (8 Laps): 1. 13A-Emerson Axsom[1]; 2. 2P-Chase Porter[3]; 3. 38R-Riley Osantowski[2]; 4. 99-Brett Osborn[7]; 5. 13G-Elijah Gile[10]; 6. 10P-Brian Potter[6]; 7. 40G-Jason Gariss[9]; 8. 10D-Devon Debrick[5]; 9. 23C-Cierra Wullenwaber[4]; 10. 5R-Matt Beasley[8] Race 94 (8 Laps): 1. 20Q-Brecken Reese[2]; 2. 41H-Colton Hardy[3]; 3. 17S-Baron Silva[1]; 4. 88J-Joey Amantea[4]; 5. 23-Alec Quiggle[9]; 6. 85J-Logan Julien[5]; 7. 83K-Colin Kirby[8]; 8. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[10]; 9. 77S-Kanon Posey[6]; 10. 12V-Cole Bodine[7] Race 95 (8 Laps): 1. 29X-Mason Daugherty[1]; 2. 29D-Brock Cottrell[3]; 3. 98-James Roselli[2]; 4. 33K-Jack Kassik[7]; 5. 11L-Laydon Pearson[5]; 6. 27M-Jace McIntosh[6]; 7. 2V-DJ Vanderley[8]; 8. A51-Jason Trosper[4]; 9. 10N-Lonnie Nunley[10]; 10. 1R-Steve Roberts[9] Race 96 (8 Laps): 1. 22M-Sammy McNabb[4]; 2. 10W-Bradyn Warren[1]; 3. 3Z-Trey Zorn[3]; 4. 3D-Caleb Debem[2]; 5. 12X-Cody Christensen[5]; 6. 74-Xavier Doney[7]; 7. 24G-Greyson Springer[9]; 8. 18R-Dacin Roberson[6]; 9. 7S-Kaden Smith[8]; 10. 16B-Brady Amos[10] Race 97 (8 Laps): 1. 14K-Noah Key[2]; 2. 6W-Colin White[9]; 3. 41J-Caden Kvapil[3]; 4. 14B-Ethan Burdett[4]; 5. 15C-Blake Clouser[5]; 6. 3S-Brody Strong[1]; 7. 31-Chad Lobb[10]; 8. 9X-Casey Bauman[8]; 9. 19G-Bubba Gatewood[7]; 10. 31B-Braxton Weger[6] Race 98 (8 Laps): 1. 20-James Andrichuk[4]; 2. 95-Paige Moss[2]; 3. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[7]; 4. 45D-Seth Duty[1]; 5. 77E-Cole Esgar[3]; 6. 9B-Brad Sutton[5]; 7. 36A-Tuesday Calderwood[10]; 8. 38X-Kyle Gray[8]; 9. 11D-Dominic White[9]; 10. 4N-Ryan Winter[6] Race 99 (8 Laps): 1. 10H-Thomas Hassler[1]; 2. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[3]; 3. 2W-Austin Wood[4]; 4. 130-Jacob Barton[2]; 5. 4A-Eric Ankiewicz[5]; 6. 247-JW Henderson[8]; 7. B2-Carson Bolden[9]; 8. 47-Austin Helt[7]; 9. 07-Allard Rains III[6]; 10. 11B-Colton Booten[10] Race 100 (8 Laps): 1. 14Z-Junior Ankiewicz[1]; 2. 36B-Brady Bacon[3]; 3. 36K-Kevin Thomas Jr[5]; 4. 71-Jaxton Wiggs[2]; 5. 12G-William Conner[7]; 6. 61-Chris Parmley[6]; 7. 33G-Caden Gotelli[9]; 8. 67S-Grant Stocker[10]; 9. 94S-Sophie Frazier[4]; 10. 22D-Peter Walker[8] Race 101 (8 Laps): 1. 51B-Joe B Miller[1]; 2. R7-Kyle Spence[9]; 3. 91J-Jaxon Brenning[4]; 4. 36C-Kris Carroll[10]; 5. 33B-Cody Barnes[7]; 6. 49Z-Zak Moore[3]; 7. 9-Keith McIntyre Jr[8]; 8. 11C-Darren Brown[2]; 9. 49M-Cameron La Rose[5]; 10. 21S-Jimmy Staton[6] Race 102 (8 Laps): 1. 14$-Shawn Bloomquist[1]; 2. 5K-Gavan Boschele[3]; 3. 71T-Tim Buckwalter[4]; 4. 4H-Spencer Hill[6]; 5. 23L-Tyler LaPointe[2]; 6. 16C-Cody Parmley[5]; 7. 08-Santino Ferrucci[7]; 8. 97X-Damian Norbury[8]; 9. (DNS) 7T-Quinn Thurein; 10. (DNS) 22C-John Campbell Race 103 (8 Laps): 1. 3W-John Kilmer[1]; 2. 121-Caeden Steele[4]; 3. 5P-Austin Shores[2]; 4. 75X-James Morris[3]; 5. 83W-Brant Woods[9]; 6. 9L-Laramie Freeny[8]; 7. 3A-Drake Edwards[10]; 8. 63K-Colton Key[7]; 9. 5J-Jamie Stonehocker[6]; 10. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[5] Race 104 (8 Laps): 1. 28C-Chelby Hinton[2]; 2. 14J-Jade Avedisian[3]; 3. 16T-Brittany Trogdon[1]; 4. 15T-Ryan Timms[9]; 5. 36-Kevin Reed[4]; 6. 75-Blayne Buntin[7]; 7. 3M-Collin Mitchell[5]; 8. 16F-Matthew Francis[8]; 9. 88R-Ryder Laplante[10]; 10. 46-Peyton White[6] Race 105 (8 Laps): 1. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[4]; 2. 14R-Jake Nail[1]; 3. 29-Blake Scott[2]; 4. 99D-Bryant Dawson[3]; 5. 1P-Kaylee Bryson[9]; 6. 10X-Kole Kirkman[10]; 7. 14E-Mariah Ede[5]; 8. 20S-Steven Curbow[8]; 9. 1S-Ryan Carter[7]; 10. 15-Brody Brown[6] Race 106 (8 Laps): 1. 10A-Jonathan Beason[6]; 2. 1X-Brady Ross[3]; 3. 83X-Shane Weeks[4]; 4. 16M-Darrius Myers[1]; 5. 52-Hayden Mabe[5]; 6. 10S-Brandon Shaw[7]; 7. 27K-Kyle Keeler[8]; 8. 14A-Braden Chiaramonte[9]; 9. 69-Robert Burnett[2]; 10. 11K-Kayla Martin[10] Race 107 (8 Laps): 1. Z71-Michael Nolf[1]; 2. 1U-Cameron Paul[2]; 3. 3C-Cale Coons[6]; 4. 41-Logan Rumsey[9]; 5. 15D-Dylan Schaadt[5]; 6. 77R-Robbie Smith[10]; 7. 7A-Aaron Jesina[4]; 8. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[7]; 9. 5B-Cade Bierman[3]; 10. 30-John Crowder[8] Race 108 (8 Laps): 1. 1V-Johnny Boland[3]; 2. 74N-Natalie Doney[1]; 3. 71M-Gavin Miller[5]; 4. 88-Austin Torgerson[4]; 5. 12C-Chase Spicola[6]; 6. 51K-Caleb Martin[10]; 7. 35G-Gaige Weldon[9]; 8. 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[2]; 9. 15E-Matt Ebarb[8]; 10. 29A-Austin Stone[7] Race 109 (8 Laps): 1. 29K-Levi Kuntz[2]; 2. 9E-Kinzer Edwards[7]; 3. 25-Maverick Elkins[8]; 4. 1C-Connor Lee[3]; 5. 38M-Tres Mehler[10]; 6. 77A-Preston Norbury[9]; 7. 33-Hayden Holt[1]; 8. 10-Patrick Lundy[4]; 9. 21R-Riley Reed[6]; 10. 44-Samuel Holt[5] Race 110 (8 Laps): 1. 9M-Matt Moore[2]; 2. 38J-Jackson Frisbie[3]; 3. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[6]; 4. 27L-Nate Lauderbaugh[1]; 5. 1Z-Hailie Deegan[8]; 6. 3T-Trevor McIntire[9]; 7. 82-Austin Saunders[10]; 8. 21-Keegan Osantowski[7]; 9. 23M-Garrett Massey[5]; 10. 25B-Chevy Boyer[4] Race 111 (8 Laps): 1. 14Y-Tyler Smith[4]; 2. 5C-Christopher Townsend[2]; 3. 34-KJ Snow[5]; 4. 2N-Dawson Nunnenkamp[1]; 5. 570-Prestyn Brown[10]; 6. 96-Aiden Snead[3]; 7. 53-Graham Hamilton[6]; 8. 777-David Conley Sr[7]; 9. C71-Carter Jensrud[9]; 10. 60-Robert Lee[8] Race 112 (8 Laps): 1. 02-Ashton Torgerson[3]; 2. 56-Jace Park[7]; 3. 33X-Evan Harvey[1]; 4. 5M-Kevin Morris[4]; 5. 72A-Alex Karpowicz[5]; 6. 22T-Robert Turner[9]; 7. 7K-Mason Keefer[6]; 8. 95X-Colton Cox[2]; 9. 32-Cody Daggett[8] Race 113 (8 Laps): 1. 11S-Shawn Mahaffey[1]; 2. 11T-Tom Curran[3]; 3. 101-Easton Lebo[5]; 4. 22X-Daniel Robinson[6]; 5. 71H-Mason Hannagan[7]; 6. 1T-Taylor Whitefield[2]; 7. 27-Kaden Weger[4]; 8. 7-Nick Skias[9]; 9. 6T-Robert Tidabach[8] Race 114 (8 Laps): 1. 02A-Brian Guthery[1]; 2. 57T-Chase Cabre[4]; 3. 8P-Caleb Pence[3]; 4. 66J-Holden Jennings[5]; 5. 14C-Cody Caldwell[9]; 6. 5X-Reece Shelton[7]; 7. 42-Ashley Afdahl[2]; 8. 5T-Tanner Anderson[8]; 9. 22U-Todd Uber[6] Race 115 (8 Laps): 1. 36E-Blake Edwards[3]; 2. 5S-Gunnar Setser[1]; 3. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[7]; 4. 3-Cole Schroeder[2]; 5. 12T-Trey Robb[8]; 6. 39-Russ Disinger[6]; 7. 18K-Brayden Kongdara[5]; 8. 35-Rachel Zabawa[4]; 9. 55T-Toby Mosher[9] Race 116 (8 Laps): 1. 51C-David Conley Jr[2]; 2. 29L-Jase Randolph[3]; 3. 75K-Kale Drake[7]; 4. 17J-Jacob Johnston[6]; 5. 12H-Cole Hocker[4]; 6. 31W-Tanner Berryhill[8]; 7. 95M-Noah Mehl[5]; 8. 1B-Brian Bennett[1]; 9. 58-Carl Lebo[9] Race 117 (8 Laps): 1. 63-Cody Key[1]; 2. 81-Frank Flud[3]; 3. 55B-Jett Barnes[2]; 4. 99E-Eastin Ashbrooke[5]; 5. 36J-Kyle Jones[4]; 6. 86C-Kyle Thompson[6]; 7. 91K-Kevin Bayer[8]; 8. 98E-Ed Libonati[7]; 9. 48-Hunter Kohn[9] Race 118 (8 Laps): 1. 6B-Blake Parmley[3]; 2. 55C-Trevor Cline[8]; 3. 14W-Harley Hollan[2]; 4. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[5]; 5. 98A-Abby Hohlbein[6]; 6. 48X-Dylan Hull Del[4]; 7. 27J-Jason Wilson[7]; 8. 78B-Brody Wake[1]; 9. 22-Curtis Jones[9]
  6. Cory Roper – No. 04 CarQuest Auto Parts Ford F-150 Preview Lucas Oil 150 at Phoenix Raceway No. 04 News and Notes · Martinsville Chaos: A chaotic Martinsville race collected the Carquest Auto Parts Ford. The steering was knocked off center during a front stretch pile up early in the race. The team rallied to get the Truck back in driving condition but the lengthy repair left the team numerous laps down. The team continued to show perseverance and finished the race. · New Frontier: Cory Roper and the Roper Racing team have never competed at the Phoenix Raceway. However, Practice and Qualifying make a welcome return this weekend. Learning in practice is huge to the progression of the team. · Tune in: A Champion will be crowned as the Camping World Truck Series heads west. Tune in at 8:00 PM ET on November 5th on FS1. From the Driver’s Seat: Cory Roper: “I’m really looking forward to getting to Phoenix. I’ve never raced at Phoenix but I know Shane and the guys will bring a great truck. Having practice and qualifying will really help us dial in a set up for the race. It’s the season finale so I want to send CarQuest and all of our partners out on a positive note. We can’t do what we do without them.” From the Pit Box: We have never worked together at this track. Phoenix is a good track to race at. It’s hard to believe this is the last race of the year. I can’t thank CarQuest, Alliance and PIC enough for everything they have done for us this year. All of our Partners have been such a big help and helped us live our dream. Roper 2021 Camping World Truck Series Stats Starts Wins Top 5 Top 10 Poles Laps Led Avg. Start Avg. Finish 15 0 1 2 0 0 27 25.5 Roper Career Camping World Truck Series Stats Starts Wins Top 5 Top 10 Poles Laps Led Avg. Start Avg. Finish 42 0 1 3 0 0 23.9 23.4 About Roper Racing Roper Racing Team Headquarters is located in Mont Belvieu, Texas, just outside of Houston, where they field the No. 04 Ford F-150 truck. The core of the team has been together with Cory Roper for many years. Part of the success of the team comes from the dedication of many friends and family members. After working all day at their full-time jobs, they commit to working late nights at the race shop. The 2021 season will be the 4th year for the team. Cory Roper serves not only as the driver but the owner of the team as well. Roper’s lifelong dream had been to drive in NASCAR. For more information go to roperracingteam.com CarQuest Carquest Auto Parts is a part of the Advanced Auto Parts family which resides in Raleigh, North Carolina. With more than 85 years of experience, their combined knowledge of automobiles runs deep. They have more than 71,000 Team Members who are passionate about the industry and are committed to your success. They use state-of-the-art data and technology systems to ensure that their distribution centers have the right mix of products based on the vehicles in any common area. For more information about Carquest Auto Parts go to carquest.com
  7. Cory Roper – No. 04 CarQuest Auto Parts Ford F-150 Preview - United Rentals 200 at Martinsville Speedway No. 04 News and Notes · Standing Tall at Talladega: Talladega marked the second top 10 finish for Cory this season. The team battled through adversity and was able to bring the Alliance Aviation Ford home in P6. · Where it all began: Cory Roper and the Roper Racing team made their debut at the Martinsville Speedway in 2018. In two starts at the track, Cory has completed 95% of laps with an average finish of 22nd. · Tune in: The season is winding down as the Camping World Truck Series takes on “The Paperclip”. Tune in at 1:00 PM on October 30th on FS1. From the Driver’s Seat: Cory Roper: “Martinsville is such a cool place to race at. I feel like we are all on an even playing field when we unload. I’m very excited to get going. I know Shane and the guys put a good truck together for us and I hope we have another good day with our CarQuest F150. From the Pit Box: Shane Whitbeck: “I can’t wait to get to Martinsville. It’s one of my favorite tracks. I feel like we can run in the top 15 all day and have a good finish!” Roper 2021 Camping World Truck Series Stats Starts Wins Top 5 Top 10 Poles Laps Led Avg. Start Avg. Finish 14 0 1 2 0 0 27.8 24.7 Roper Career Camping World Truck Series Stats Starts Wins Top 5 Top 10 Poles Laps Led Avg. Start Avg. Finish 41 0 1 3 0 0 24.1 23.1 About Roper Racing Roper Racing Team Headquarters is located in Mont Belvieu, Texas, just outside of Houston, where they field the No. 04 Ford F-150 truck. The core of the team has been together with Cory Roper for many years. Part of the success of the team comes from the dedication of many friends and family members. After working all day at their full-time jobs, they commit to working late nights at the race shop. The 2021 season will be the 4th year for the team. Cory Roper serves not only as the driver but the owner of the team as well. Roper’s lifelong dream had been to drive in NASCAR. For more information go to roperracingteam.com CarQuest Carquest Auto Parts is a part of the Advanced Auto Parts family which resides in Raleigh, North Carolina. With more than 85 years of experience, their combined knowledge of automobiles runs deep. They have more than 71,000 Team Members who are passionate about the industry and are committed to your success. They use state-of-the-art data and technology systems to ensure that their distribution centers have the right mix of products based on the vehicles in any common area. For more information about Carquest Auto Parts go to carquest.com ReplyReply allForward
  8. AM Racing | NASCAR Camping World Truck Series - Martinsville (Va.) Speedway | United Rentals 200 No. 22 AM Racing Team: Driver: Austin Wayne Self Primary Partner(s): GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Manufacturer: Chevrolet Silverado Crew Chief: Ryan Salomon Spotter: Tony Raines 2021 Driver Points Position: 14th | 2021 Owner Points Position: 15th United Rentals 200 Starting Position: 21st (Based on event formula) Chassis Intel: AM Racing Chassis No. 117; previously raced at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway on August 20, 2021 (Start: 15th | Finish: Ninth). Engine: Ilmor Racing Technologies Notes of Interest: Texas Pride: Two Texas-based companies will return as major associate partners for Austin Wayne Self this weekend at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway. 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 21st NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) race of the season. Honoring A Hero: Most of the drivers in the field for Saturday afternoon’s United Rentals 250 at Martinsville Speedway will sport the names of cancer heroes on the signature panels of their cars, including veteran NCWTS driver Austin Wayne Self and the AM Racing team. Names were nominated by the cancer heroes’ family members or friends as part of the Martin Truex Jr. and The NASCAR Foundation Honor a Cancer Hero Auction presented by AdventHealth. In September, NASCAR fans had the opportunity to bid for a chance to honor their cancer heroes’ names on race cars in the NASCAR Cup Series (at Kansas), the NASCAR Xfinity Series (at Kansas), the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (at Martinsville) or the ARCA Menards Series (at Kansas). Featured cancer heroes could be people who personally battled cancer, medical providers, nurses, caregivers or members of a cancer warrior’s support system. Proceeds from the auction benefit the Martin Truex Jr. Foundation and The NASCAR Foundation, two non-profit organizations that are champions for the health and well-being of others. Lisa Salomon will ride with Self’s No. 22 GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet Silverado for the penultimate NCWTS race of the year. Salomon is the mother of crew chief Ryan Salomon and is currently fighting breast cancer. New Look: The last weekend of October is providing an opportunity for AM Racing to showcase its support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Austin Wayne Self’s traditional paint scheme has been replaced with a No. 22 GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet decorated in a favorable pink outline. The truck will also showcase Breast Cancer Awareness ribbons signifying their overwhelming support to Lisa Salomon, mother of crew chief Ryan Salomon who is bravely fighting her own battle. Looking Ahead: With the 2022 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season on the horizon, AM Racing is starting to look ahead to its future. The organization is focused on adding a second truck to their team next year. The Statesville, N.C. team has the equipment and personnel to expand their footprint for 2022, whether it’s a part-time or full-time program. Earlier this year, AM Racing tested the waters of a second Truck Series effort at Knoxville Raceway. Brett Moffitt drove the No. 37 Concrete Supply | Destiny Homes Chevrolet Silverado in the event. Moffitt contended for a top-five finish before a late-race accident relegated the former Truck Series champion and team to a 38th place finish. Banner Year: In the stretch zone of the 2021 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season, Austin Wayne Self and AM Racing are enjoying a banner year. 20 races into the season, the team has just three finishes of 23rd or worse and maintains an average finish of 17.1 entering the United Rentals 250. 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 Series Martinsville (Va.) Speedway Stats: Saturday afternoon’s United Rentals 250 will mark Self’s seventh start at the famed Virginia short track. In his previous six efforts, the Austin, Texas native has delivered a track-best of ninth in the 2020 NASCAR Hall of Fame 200 after starting 13th. Overall, he carries an average finish of 20.6 at the 0.526-mile paperclip. He has completed 1,081 of the 1,306 laps available for an 82.7 percentage lap completion. Austin Wayne Self Truck Series Short Track Stats: At NASCAR Camping World Truck Series tracks classified as a short track, Self has made 18 starts throughout his career with one top-10 finish, while also carrying an average finishing position of 19.1. Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway | Chevrolet Silverado 250 Race Recap: In the most recent NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway Austin Wayne Self-made his 127th NCWTS start. Starting 12th based on the metrics set by NASCAR without practice or qualifying, Self’s No. 22 AIRBOX | GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet charged into the top-10, but was collected in the dreaded “Big One” at Lap 58. The AM Racing attempted to repair the truck, but electrical problems sent Self to the garage and out of the race. 20 races complete, Self and his Statesville, N.C.-based AM Racing have four top-10s, nine top-15s, 14 top-20s and 17 top-23 finishes. To The Point(s): Entering Martinsville, Self sits 14th in the championship standings with 419 points earned and maintaining his position following the Chevrolet Silverado 250 at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway. 128 points separate Self from 11th in the championship standings currently held by Grant Enfinger with three races remaining this season. Enfinger is the highest competitor who is not currently in the Truck Series Playoffs. Self, however, is 25 points behind his next competitor Derek Kraus who occupies 13th in the championship standings. AM Racing also secures 15th 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 Martinsville (Va.) Speedway. This weekend marks his 24th 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 16.1 during the 2020 and 2021 seasons, respectively. Career Rundown: Since 2016, Self has competed in 127 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races, delivering two top-five and 13 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 18.3. Austin Wayne Self Pre-Race Quotes:On Martinsville Speedway: “I am really excited about having the opportunity to go back to Martinsville this weekend. It was really one of those tracks that I really struggled at in my first couple of starts, but then something clicked and it’s been a blast to race ever since. Last year, Ryan (Salomon) brought a fast No. 22 GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet Silverado to the track and we were able to grab a top-10 finish. I really would be disappointed if we left there on Saturday with anything less than a top-10.” On 2021 Season: “It’s hard to believe there are only two more races left this year. Martinsville and Phoenix. This year feels like it’s gone by in a New York minute. I’m so proud of this AM Racing team and what we’ve accomplished this year. I really think we have shown the other players in the series, that we are the real deal. There are some good tracks left for our AM Racing over the next two weeks and I think there is definitely an opportunity to score more top-10s and hopefully even a top-five before we close the books on the 2021 season at Phoenix next weekend. We are already starting to work on 2022 and I’m excited about the future of this AM Racing team.” Race Information: The United Rentals 200 (200 laps | 105.2 miles) is the 21st of 22 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races on the 2021 schedule. The 40-truck field will take the green flag on Sat., Oct. 30, 2021, shortly after 1:00 p.m. ET with live coverage on FOX Sports 1, the Motor Racing Network (Radio) and SiriusXM Satellite Radio NASCAR Channel 90. Social Spotlight: 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. 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.
  9. https://racingnews.co/2021/10/06/nascar-crew-chief-suspended-indefinitely-after-talladega/ NASCAR, as usual, refused to clarify what actually led to the suspension, but at least they said it was not for something that happened on-track.
  10. AM Racing | NASCAR Camping World Truck Series - Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway | Chevrolet Silverado 250 No. 22 AM Racing Team: Driver: Austin Wayne Self Crew Chief: Ryan Salomon Spotter: Tony Raines 2021 Driver Points Position: 14th | 2021 Owner Points Position: 15th Chevrolet Silverado 250 Starting Position: 12th (Based on event formula) Chassis Intel: AMR Chassis No. 027; previously raced at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway on February 14, 2020 (Start: 24th | Finish: 31st). Engine: Ilmor Racing Technologies Primary Partner(s): AIRBOX Air Purifier | GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Manufacturer: Chevrolet Silverado Chassis Intel: AM Racing crew chief Ryan Salomon has elected to bring chassis No. 027 to Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway. This chassis has not seen the race track in nearly a year and a half, but this specific No. 22 Chevrolet Silverado has gone under a complete overhaul, rebuild, and a new approach with a focus on the 2022 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season. If the team is happy with its performance Friday night, the team will consider additional updates to their superspeedway fleet for next season. Looking Ahead: With the 2022 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season on the horizon, AM Racing is starting to look ahead to its future. The organization is focused on adding a second truck to their team next year. The Statesville, N.C. team has the equipment and personnel to expand their footprint for 2022, whether it’s a part-time or full-time program. Earlier this year, AM Racing tested the waters of a second Truck Series effort at Knoxville Raceway. Brett Moffitt drove the No. 37 Concrete Supply | Destiny Homes Chevrolet Silverado in the event. Moffitt contended for a top-five finish before a late-race accident relegated the former Truck Series champion and team to a 38th place finish. Banner Year: Entering the stretch zone of the 2021 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season, Austin Wayne Self and AM Racing are enjoying a banner year. 19 races into the season, the team has just two finishes of 23rd or worse and maintains an average finish of 16.4 entering the Chevrolet Silverado 250. 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 Series Talladega Superspeedway Stats: Saturday afternoon’s Chevrolet Silverado 250 will mark Self’s sixth start at the famed Alabama superspeedway. In his previous five efforts, the Austin, Texas native has delivered a track-best of 12th in the 2018 FR8 Auctions 250 after starting 24th. Overall, he carries an average finish of 18.6 at the 2.66-mile superspeedway. He has completed 444 of the 475 laps available for a 93.5 percentage lap completion. Austin Wayne Self Truck Series Superspeedway Track Stats: At NASCAR Camping World Truck Series tracks classified as a speedway, two miles and larger in length, Self has made 22 starts throughout his career with two top-five and three top-10 finishes, while also carrying an average finishing position of 18.6. Las Vegas (Nev.) Motor Speedway | Victoria’s Voice Foundation 200 Race Recap: In the most recent NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Las Vegas (Nev.) Motor Speedway, Austin Wayne Self-made his 126th NCWTS start. Starting 13th based on the metrics set by NASCAR without practice or qualifying, Self’s No. 22 GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet maintained a competitive pace throughout the 200-lap race and charged to a season-best eighth-place finish for the team’s fourth top-10 of the 2021 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season. The performance was a personal best for the former ARCA Menards Series winner at the 1.5-mile speedway. 19 races complete, Self and his Statesville, N.C.-based AM Racing have four top-10s, nine top-15s, 14 top-20s and 17 top-23 finishes. To The Point(s): Entering Las Vegas, Self sits 14th in the championship standings with 410 points earned and moving up one spot following the Victoria’s Voice Foundation 200 presented by Westgate Resorts at Las Vegas (Va.) Motor Speedway. 121 points separate Self from 11th in the championship standings currently held by Grant Enfinger with three races remaining this season. Enfinger is the highest competitor who is not currently in the Truck Series Playoffs. Self, however, is 14 points behind his next competitor Derek Kraus who occupies 13th in the championship standings. AM Racing also secures 15th 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 Talladega Superspeedway. This weekend marks his 23rd 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 15.9 during the 2020 and 2021 seasons, respectively. Career Rundown: Since 2016, Self has competed in 126 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races, delivering two top-five and 13 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 18.3. Austin Wayne Self Pre-Race Quotes: On Talladega Superspeedway: “Talladega is Talladega. You never know what you are going to get. I’m very thankful that the AM Racing team has brought me very competitive superspeedway trucks in the past and I know Ryan is really looking forward to bringing this piece back to the track on Saturday afternoon. We have not raced it since Daytona in February 2020, but we’ve been able to really rebuild this truck the way that we want too and I’m excited to see what we can do. “Las Vegas was a good result for the AM Racing team and I’m hoping we can continue to mount more strong finishes as the season is nearing a close.” On 2021 Season: “It’s hard to believe that the year is starting to wrap up. We only have three races left on the schedule and I definitely want to make the best of them. There are some good tracks left for our AM Racing over the next five weeks or so and I think there is definitely an opportunity to score more top-10s and hopefully even a top-five before we close the books on the 2021 season at Phoenix in November.” The Chevrolet Silverado 250 (94 laps | 250.4 miles) is the 20th of 22 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races on the 2021 schedule. The 40-truck field will take the green flag on Sat., Oct. 2, 2021, shortly after 12:00 p.m. CT (1:00 p.m. ET) with live coverage on FOX Sports 1, the Motor Racing Network (Radio) and SiriusXM Satellite Radio NASCAR Channel 90. All times are local (CT). 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. 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.
  11. Cory Roper – No. 04 The Dean Ford F-150 Preview Victoria’s Voice Foundation 200 Presented by Westgate Resorts at Las Vegas Motor Speedway No. 04 News and Notes · Hitting our Groove: The team has finished in the top 20 in 3 of the last 4 races. This streak has given the team confidence heading into Las Vegas. Roper was the second highest finishing Ford at Bristol. Morale is high as the team heads west to Sin City. · What happens in Vegas...: This will be Roper’s 5th race at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The team has always had great speed at the high banked mile and a half. The 2019 Spring race weekend featured a 5th place qualifying effort from Roper and the 04 team. · Tune in: Find out what happens when the green flag drops on the first race of the Round of 8 for the NASCAR Truck Series. Tune in at 9:00 PM on September 24th on FS1. From the Driver’s Seat: Cory Roper: “Very excited to be back in Vegas! Shane has put together a new truck for this race and I'm excited to see what we got. Happy to have a lot of good friends come out to Vegas to support our race team. I want to thank Darla and Shawn Dean for jumping on board to help us make this race and our CarQuest partnership for everything they do for our race team.” From the Pit Box: Shane Whitbeck: “Vegas is the last mile and half this year and everybody has put in a lot of work into bringing this truck to Las Vegas. This is also one of Cory’s favorite tracks so I can’t wait to get on the track and see what The Dean truck can do this weekend. I feel this is going to be a solid weekend for us.” Roper 2021 Camping World Truck Series Stats Starts Wins Top 5 Top 10 Poles Laps Led Avg. Start Avg. Finish 12 0 1 1 0 0 28.1 26 Roper Career Camping World Truck Series Stats Starts Wins Top 5 Top 10 Poles Laps Led Avg. Start Avg. Finish 39 0 1 2 0 0 24 23.4 About Roper Racing Roper Racing Team Headquarters is located in Mont Belvieu, Texas, just outside of Houston, where they field the No. 04 Ford F-150 truck. The core of the team has been together with Cory Roper for many years. Part of the success of the team comes from the dedication of many friends and family members. After working all day at their full-time jobs, they commit to working late nights at the race shop. The 2021 season will be the 4th year for the team. Cory Roper serves not only as the driver but the owner of the team as well. Roper’s lifelong dream had been to drive in NASCAR. For more information go to roperracingteam.com About Carquest Carquest Auto Parts is a part of the Advanced Auto Parts family which resides in Raleigh, North Carolina. With more than 85 years of experience, their combined knowledge of automobiles runs deep. They have more than 71,000 Team Members who are passionate about the industry and are committed to your success. They use state-of-the-art data and technology systems to ensure that their distribution centers have the right mix of products based on the vehicles in any common area. For more information about Carquest Auto Parts go to carquest.com Contact Info: Cherie Roper Roper Racing Team Administrator 409.771.3489 candcroper@yahoo.com Alisha Anderson Track Public Relations Representative 832.221.2199 alishaa@roperracingteam.com
  12. AM Racing | NASCAR Camping World Truck Series - Las Vegas (Nev.) Motor Speedway | Victoria’s Voice Foundation 200 No. 22 AM Racing Team: Driver: Austin Wayne Self Primary Partner(s): GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Manufacturer: Chevrolet Silverado Crew Chief: Ryan Salomon Spotter: Tony Raines 2021 Driver Points Position: 15th | 2021 Owner Points Position: 16th Victoria’s Voice Foundation 200 Starting Position: 13th (Based on event formula) Chassis Intel: AM Racing Chassis No. 116; previously raced at Pocono (Pa.) Raceway on June 26, 2021 (Start: 21st | Finish: 19th). Engine: Ilmor Racing Technologies Chassis Intel: AM Racing crew chief Ryan Salomon has elected to bring chassis No. 116 to Las Vegas (Nev.) Motor Speedway. Since its last race at Pocono (Pa.) Raceway in late June, this specific No. 22 Chevrolet Silverado has gone under a complete overhaul, rebuild, and new approach with a focus on the 2022 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season. If the team is happy with its performance Friday night, the team will consider additional updates to their fleet for next season. Banner Year: Entering the stretch zone of the 2021 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season, Austin Wayne Self and AM Racing are enjoying a banner year. 18 races into the season, the team has just two finishes of 23rd or worse and maintains an average finish of 16.9 entering the Victoria’s Voice Foundation 200 presented by Westgate Resorts. 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 Series Las Vegas Motor Speedway Stats: Friday night’s Victoria’s Voice Foundation 200 presented by Westgate Resorts will mark Self’s 10th NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race in “Sin City.” In his previous nine efforts, the Austin, Texas native has delivered a track-best of Ninth in the 2018 World of Westgate 200 after starting 25th. Overall, he carries an average finish of 17.0 at the 1.5-mile speedway. He has completed 1,212 of the 1,240 laps available for a 97.7 percentage lap completion. Austin Wayne Self Truck Series Speedway Track Stats: At NASCAR Camping World Truck Series tracks classified as a speedway, Self has made 72 starts throughout his career with five top-10 finishes, while also carrying an average finishing position of 18.7. Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway | UNOH 200 Race Recap: In the most recent NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway, Austin Wayne Self-made his 125th NCWTS start. Starting 16th based on the metrics set by NASCAR without practice or qualifying, Self’s No. 22 GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet maintained a competitive pace throughout the 200-lap race and even recovered from a late-race spin in Stage 3 to rocket back into the top-15 when the checkered flag was flown. Self’s 14th place result was his second-best result in Thunder Valley. 18 races complete, Self and his Statesville, N.C.-based AM Racing have three top-10s, eight top-15s, 13 top-20s and 16 top-23 finishes. To The Point(s): Entering Las Vegas, Self sits 15th in the championship standings with 381 points earned and maintaining his points position following the UNOH 200 at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway. 120 points separate Self from 11th in the championship standings currently held by Grant Enfinger with five races remaining this season. Enfinger is the highest competitor who is not currently in the Truck Series Playoffs. Self, however, is only four points behind his next competitor Tyler Ankrum who occupies 14th in the championship standings. 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 Las Vegas Motor Speedway. This weekend marks his 22nd 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 16.3 during the 2020 and 2021 seasons, respectively. Career Rundown: Since 2016, Self has competed in 125 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races, delivering two top-five and 11 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 18.3. Austin Wayne Self Pre-Race Quotes: On Las Vegas Motor Speedway: “Las Vegas Motor Speedway is one of my better intermediate tracks. I’ve always seemed to have had good luck in Las Vegas without really having to gamble, ha. Ryan has done a great job over the last couple of months of bringing really fast No. 22 GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet Silverados to the track where despite practice, we’ve been able to be very consistent and right there on the cusp of fighting for top-10 finishes week in and week out. We are going to roll the dice this weekend tough. We are bringing a truck that we haven’t raced since Pocono, but we have completely overhauled it. If it works, it’s a direction we will take for next season.” On 2021 Season: “It’s hard to believe that the year is starting to wrap up. We only have four races left on the schedule and I definitely want to make the best of all of them. There are some good tracks left for our AM Racing over the next six weeks or so and I think there is definitely an opportunity to score more top-10s and hopefully even a top-five before we close the books on the 2021 season at Phoenix in November.” Race Information: The Victoria’s Voice Foundation 200 presented by Westgate Resorts (134 laps | 201 miles) is the 19th of 22 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races on the 2021 schedule. The 40-truck field will take the green flag on Fri., Sept. 24, 2021, shortly after 6:00 p.m. PT (9:00 p.m. ET) with live coverage on FOX Sports 1, the Motor Racing Network (Radio) and SiriusXM Satellite Radio NASCAR Channel 90. All times are local (PT). 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. 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.
  13. AM Racing | NASCAR Camping World Truck Series - Darlington (S.C.) Raceway | In It To Win It 200 Fast Facts No. 22 AM Racing Team: Driver: Austin Wayne Self Primary Partner(s): GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions. Manufacturer: Chevrolet Silverado Crew Chief: Ryan Salomon Spotter: Tony Raines 2021 Driver Points Position: 15th | 2021 Owner Points Position: 16th In It To Win It 200 Starting Position: 15th (Based on event formula) Chassis Intel: AM Racing Chassis No. 109; previously raced at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway on May 22, 2021 (Start: 13th | Finish: 17th). Chassis No. 109 is also the same truck that Self piloted at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway on May 7, 2021, for the LiftKits4Less.com 200 (Start: 12th | Finish: Ninth). Engine: Ilmor Racing Technologies Banner Year: Approaching the stretch zone of the 2021 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season, Austin Wayne Self and AM Racing are enjoying a banner year. 16 races into the season, the team has just two finishes of 23rd or worse and maintains an average finish of 17.3 entering the In It To Win It 200. 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 Series Darlington Raceway Stats: Sunday afternoon’s In It To Win It 200 will mark Self’s third NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at the 1.336-mile track. In his previous two efforts, the Austin, Texas native has delivered a track-best of ninth in May’s LiftKits4Less.com 200 after starting 12th. In his track debut last year, he netted a 17th place finish from his 24th place starting position. He has completed 299 of the 299 laps available for a 100-percentage lap completion. Austin Wayne Self Truck Series Speedway Stats: At NASCAR Camping World Truck Series tracks classified as a speedway, Self has made 71 starts throughout his career with five top-10 finishes, while also carrying an average finishing position of 18.7. World Wide Technology Raceway | Toyota 200 Race Recap: In the most recent NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway, Austin Wayne Self-made his 123rd NCWTS start. Starting 15th based on the metrics set by NASCAR without practice or qualifying, Self’s No. 22 GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet improved throughout the 163-lap race and utilized a late race restart to propel himself into the top-10 and earn a ninth-place finish in the Toyota 200. The finish was Self’s third top-10 of the season and first since finishing ninth at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway in May. The team also earned a 10th place run on the Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway Dirt in March. 16 races complete, Self and his Statesville, N.C.-based AM Racing have three top-10s, six top-15s, 11 top-20s and 14 top-23 finishes. To The Point(s): Entering Darlington (S.C.) Raceway, Self sits 15th in the championship standings with 335 points earned and maintaining his points position following the Toyota 200 at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway. 91 points separate Self from 11th in the championship standings currently held by Grant Enfinger with six races remaining this season. Enfinger is the highest competitor who is not currently in the Truck Series Playoffs. 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 the track dubbed Too Tough To Tame. This weekend marks his 20th 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 16.5 during the 2020 and 2021 seasons, respectively. Career Rundown: Since 2016, Self has competed in 123 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races, delivering two top-five and 11 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 18.4. Austin Wayne Self Pre-Race Quotes: On Darlington Raceway: “As a team, we are excited about going back to Darlington Raceway this weekend. It’s close to home and we had a really good run in the spring and hope to back it up on Sunday afternoon. I’ve learned a lot in my two races at Darlington. It definitely can be a challenging track but if you can get into a rhythm and set yourself up to make passes, it can be a blast.” On World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway: “I’m really proud of our AM Racing team. Our No. 22 GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet wasn’t the best at the start of the race, but Ryan (Salomon, crew chief) made some great adjustments, and we had a little bit of luck and were able to deliver our third top-10 of 2021. Hopefully we can keep the momentum rolling at Darlington.” On 2021 Season: “It’s hard to believe that the year is starting to wrap up. We only have six races left on the schedule and I definitely want to make the best of all of them. There are some good tracks left for our AM Racing over the next two months or so and I think there is definitely an opportunity to score more top-10s and hopefully even a top-five before we close the books on the 2021 season at Phoenix in November.” Race Information: The In It To Win It 200 (147 laps | 200.1 miles) is the 17th of 22 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races on the 2021 schedule. The field will take the green flag on Sun., Sept. 5, 2021, shortly after 1:30 p.m. ET with live coverage on FOX Sports 1 (FS1), 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. For more on AM Racing, please visit AMRacingteam.com, like their Facebook page (AM Racing) or follow them on Twitter @AMRacingNASCAR. 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.
  14. The team should be lucky WoO didn't ban for life.... https://racingnews.co/2021/08/05/aaron-reutzel-suspended-fined-by-world-of-outlaws/
  15. This Lost Speedways season will include San Antonio Speedway and Texas World Speedway for sure... Here is the trailer for the upcoming season. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1g4jGfReCHU&authuser=0
  16. Ryan Timms wins a Wild One at Riverside International Speedway by Bryan Hulbert WEST MEMPHIS, Ark. (July 25, 2021) Remember the song “One Piece At A Time”? Well, it was one lap at a time, but it was exciting on Night 3 of Lucas Oil ASCS Sprint Week presented by Smiley’s Racing Products as Ryan Timms found himself making the right moves at the right time to take over the lead and hold on for Sunday’s score with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network. Timms’ first career Sprint Week victory the win comes just 10 races after landing his first National Tour win at Lake Ozark Speedway. Working through a myriad of cautions and red flags, the SawBlade.com A-Feature came down to a massive battle for the win that resulted in a bigger crash. Looking like Jeff Swindell’s race to dominate, the No. 94 tripped up just enough on Lap 26 to allow Matt Covington to move in. With a wave of momentum, Covington took over the point the following lap. To the white with the win in sight, slower traffic in the final two turns presented Jeff Swindell an opportunity to pull off the upset. Going full send to the bottom of the third turn, Swindell slid past Covington for the lead, but too much momentum into the cushion stalled Jeff’s run and caused the No. 94 to get tight and make contact with the wall. Leaving Covington with no way to avoid the No. 94, Matt slammed into Swindell, with Blake Hahn also getting caught up in the crash. “I killed a lot of my momentum there and let Jeff get a run on me. I don’t know how close he was or how big a bomb he threw, but he cleared me, and when I tried to turn underneath him, he just got tight in the cushion, and it barely collected me. It just sucks for all three of us,” commented Covington of the incident. Going red just as Ryan Timms shot by the crash, the checkered flag was not displayed, and the field dashed to a green, white, checkered finish with Timms able to fend off Dylan Westbrook. On seeing what was going on as the leaders raced into the final two turns, Timms said, “I slid Blake earlier in the race in that same corner, and I didn’t even slide him that hard, but there wasn’t much up there, so I bounced off it and pulled a big wheelie. When I saw Jeff go to slide as hard as he did, I knew that wasn’t going to end well, so I was ready to diamond the corner just in case, and thankfully, that was the right decision.” Setting up for the final two laps, Timms was more just trying to cool off before the field refired from the open red. “I was dumping water everywhere on me. I was ready to get out of the car but needing to stay focused on the race and hitting my marks. I knew Westbrook was behind me and didn’t really know how fast he was. He’s good, so I was just trying to keep myself consistent and not crash.” Westbrook’s third podium in as many races, the No. 47x, was followed by J.J. Hickle, who had to pass most of the field twice after going to the work area on Lap 2. The hard charger with 18 positions officially gained, Hickle was in a battle through the final two laps with Ernie Ainsworth, who ended up fourth. Cody Gardner from 20th made all the right moves to complete the top five. Able to return from the incident, Covington finished sixth with Hayden Martin seventh. Tyler Thomas from 18th made it to eighth, with Paxton Gregory and Jeff Swindell completing the top ten. The 36 cars on hand Sunday night split into four SCE Gaskets Heat Races with wins going to Chase Howard, Jeff Swindell, Howard Moore, and Dylan Westbrook. BMRS B-Feature wins went to Zach Pringle and Tyler Thomas. Lucas Oil ASCS Sprint Week presented by Smiley’s Racing Products continues on Tuesday, July 27, at Creek County Speedway in Sapulpa, Okla. Creek County Speedway is located at 18450 West Hwy. 66 between Sapulpa and Kellyville. For more information on Creek County Speedway, including a complete lineup of events and directions, log onto http://www.creekcountyspeedway.co or call (918) 247-RACE (7223). The 2021 season is the 30th year of competition for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network. For the first time, the series can be seen live on two platforms, with Racinboys.com and FloRacing.com featuring National Tour events in tandem. Both are subscription-based sites. FloRacing.com is $20 per month, billed annually at $150 per year. Racinboys.com is $29.99 per month. For other news, notes, and information on the American Sprint Car Series, from the National Tour to any of the Regional Tours that make up ASCS Nation in 2021, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, on Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS). Race Results: Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour ASCS Mid-South Region Riverside International Speedway (West Memphis, Ark.) Sunday, July 25, 2021 - Sprint Week Night 3 Car Count: 36 SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Top 16 in Passing Points advance to the A-Feature) Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 13-Chase Howard[2]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[1]; 3. 1X-Tim Crawley[4]; 4. 3G-Paxton Gregory[5]; 5. 91-Zach Pringle[6]; 6. 63-JJ Hickle[3]; 7. 19-Colby Thornhill[8]; 8. 0-Mike Vaculik[7]; 9. (DNS) 12M-Greg Merritt Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 94-Jeff Swindell[3]; 2. 28-Scott Bogucki[4]; 3. 88-Travis Reber[1]; 4. 17B-Ryan Bickett[5]; 5. 1-Brenham Crouch[8]; 6. 44-Ronny Howard[6]; 7. 74-Tucker Boulton[7]; 8. (DNF) 19J-Jason Long[2]; 9. (DNF) 0X-Spencer Meredith[9] Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 3-Howard Moore[2]; 2. 5T-Ryan Timms[4]; 3. 26-Marshall Skinner[7]; 4. 95-Matt Covington[8]; 5. 84-Brandon Hanks[1]; 6. 10P-Dylan Postier[3]; 7. 41-Colton Hardy[9]; 8. 77X-Greg Hamilton[5]; 9. 95X-Asa Swindell[6] Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[1]; 2. 91A-Ernie Ainsworth[5]; 3. 47-Dale Howard[9]; 4. 67-Hayden Martin[8]; 5. 24W-Jeffrey West Jr[7]; 6. 91T-Tyler Thomas[4]; 7. G6-Cody Gardner[3]; 8. 187-Landon Crawley[6]; 9. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[2] BMRS B-Feature (Top 3 from each advance to the A-Feature) B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 91-Zach Pringle[2]; 2. 19-Colby Thornhill[4]; 3. 63-JJ Hickle[5]; 4. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[9]; 5. 77X-Greg Hamilton[8]; 6. 0-Mike Vaculik[7]; 7. (DNF) 74-Tucker Boulton[6]; 8. (DNF) 84-Brandon Hanks[3]; 9. (DNF) 19J-Jason Long[10]; 10. (DNF) 88-Travis Reber[1] B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 91T-Tyler Thomas[4]; 2. G6-Cody Gardner[6]; 3. 10P-Dylan Postier[5]; 4. 187-Landon Crawley[7]; 5. 95X-Asa Swindell[8]; 6. 24W-Jeffrey West Jr[1]; 7. 44-Ronny Howard[3]; 8. 41-Colton Hardy[2]; 9. (DNS) 0X-Spencer Meredith; 10. (DNS) 12M-Greg Merritt Sawblade.com A-Feature A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 5T-Ryan Timms[8]; 2. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[9]; 3. 63-JJ Hickle[21]; 4. 91A-Ernie Ainsworth[4]; 5. G6-Cody Gardner[20]; 6. 95-Matt Covington[10]; 7. 67-Hayden Martin[11]; 8. 91T-Tyler Thomas[18]; 9. 3G-Paxton Gregory[15]; 10. 94-Jeff Swindell[1]; 11. 52-Blake Hahn[12]; 12. 13-Chase Howard[5]; 13. 17B-Ryan Bickett[16]; 14. 91-Zach Pringle[17]; 15. 26-Marshall Skinner[2]; 16. 1X-Tim Crawley[13]; 17. 19-Colby Thornhill[19]; 18. 187-Landon Crawley[25]; 19. 1-Brenham Crouch[14]; 20. 10P-Dylan Postier[22]; 21. 28-Scott Bogucki[6]; 22. 3-Howard Moore[7]; 23. 47-Dale Howard[3]; 24. 77X-Greg Hamilton[23]; 25. 88-Travis Reber[24] Lap Leader(s): Jeff Swindell 1-26; Matt Covington 27; Ryan Timms 28-30 Hard Charger: J.J. Hickle +18 High Point Driver: Dale Howard Provisional(s): Greg Hamilton (Points); Travis Reber (Points); Landon Crawley (Regional) ASCS Online: American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs (@lucasoilascs) Instagram: LucasOilASCS Broadcast: FloRacing.com and Racinboys.com Live-Scoring (Where Applicable): MRP Live 2021 Driver Standings (Top 10): 1. Matt Covington 2,685; 2. Blake Hahn 2,643; 3. JJ Hickle 2,635; 4. Dylan Westbrook 2,485; 5. Scott Bogucki 2,286; 6. Colby Thornhill 2,127; 7. Ryan Bickett 2,057; 8. Travis Reber 1,683; 9. Alex Hill 1,651; 10. Seth Bergman 1,553; 2021 A-Feature Winner(s): Blake Hahn – 4 (4/17 – Park Jefferson Speedway); 5/15 – Volunteer Speedway; 6/24 – Skagit Speedway; 7/9 – Gallatin Speedway); JJ Hickle – 3 (3/19 – Devil’s Bowl Speedway; 3/20 – Devil’s Bowl Speedway; 6/20 – Grays Harbor Raceway); Matt Covington – 3 (5/8 – I-96 Speedway; 7/16 – U.S. 36 Raceway; 7/25 – I-30 Speedway); Scott Bogucki – 3 (5/21 – Tri-City Speedway; 5-29 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 7/10 – Gallatin Speedway); Dominic Scelzi – 2 (June 25 – Skagit Speedway; June 26 – Skagit Speedway); Blane Heimbach – 1 (5/1 – Selinsgrove Speedway); Ryan Timms – 2 (5/30 – Lake Ozark Speedway; 7/25 – Riverside Int. Speedway); Cam Smith – 1 (6/19 – Grays Harbor Raceway); Dale Howard – 1 (7/23 – Batesville Motor Speedway) ASCS National Tour Drivers Online: Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA.): http://www.sethbergmanracing.com Ryan Bickett (Ramona, SD): https://www.facebook.com/rynotrucking Scott Bogucki (McLaren Vale, S. Aust.): https://www.facebook.com/ScottBogucki89 Devon Borden (Raymond, WA): https://www.facebook.com/DevonBordenRacing Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK): http://www.mattcovingtonracing.com Roger Crockett (Broken Arrow, OK): http://www.rocketdesignsllc.com Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK): http://www.blakehahnracing.com JJ Hickle (Quilcene, WA): https://www.facebook.com/JJHickleRacing Alex Hill (Six Nations, Ontario, Can.): https://twitter.com/alexhill77x Travis Reber (Rapid City, SD): https://bit.ly/2P3Ok2r Colby Thornhill (Enumclaw, WA): https://www.facebook.com/colby.thornhill.92 Dylan Westbrook (Scotland, Ont. Can.): https://twitter.com/westbrook47x Garet Williamson (Columbia, MO.): https://twitter.com/garetw3
  17. Stewart Friesen Cashes $10,000 Birthday Check at Weedsport - Red hot Stewart Friesen outruns Max McLaughlin and Tim Sears Jr. for Hall of Fame 100 glory at Weedsport Speedway WEEDSPORT, NY - On his 38th birthday Stewart Friesen triumphed at Weedsport Speedway by winning the Hall of Fame 100 for a grand prize of $10,000 over podium finishers Max McLaughlin and Tim Sears Jr. In an action-packed 100-lap Feature, the five-time NAPA Super DIRT Week champion drove his #44 from fifth to first to win his fourth Super DIRTcar Series Big Block Modified Feature of the season and third career Series victory at Weedsport. Outside polesitter and Mooresville, NC hotshoe Max McLaughlin took the lead early before relinquishing it to Friesen just before halfway. McLaughlin mounted a successful counter-attack - powering his #32C Big Block around Friesen on a restart but a caution flag nullified the pass. Rookie standout Tim Sears Jr. picked up his third career Super DIRTcar Series podium. The #83X’s previous two podiums came at his home track of Brewerton Speedway, which has a similar D-shape to Weedsport. The third place is Sears Jr.’s best Series finish so far in 2021. For Stewart Friesen, $10,000 was the icing on the cake. “Usually on my birthday everything goes wrong but what a race car tonight,” Friesen said grinning. “What a track. That was awesome. I love stuff like that. I know a lot of guys don’t like having it that way. It’s so much fun to drive. You could race all over it. It was challenging.” The track surface was dynamic throughout the race and the number of green flag laps on long runs contributed to the changing nature of the surface. There’s nothing like trying to play chess with 800 horsepower under your right foot. “I thought we were going to go green to checkered there for a while and it was going to be an iron man race,” he noted. Friesen started fifth and patiently made his way to the front. Max McLaughlin led the opening segment and plunged the front of the field into lapped traffic early on. Friesen had to make daring moves in order to keep up on the #32C’s rear bumper through traffic, otherwise, he was at risk of losing him in the crowd. The excitement didn’t end when Friesen took the lead. Aside from navigating through traffic, Friesen hit the inside wall - more than once. “I was just trying to be consistent,” said Friesen. “Thanks to Valco wheels because I smoked my left front on the inside wall in Turn 4 and 2 a few times. It still has air in it! I am just happy to be representing the Hall of Fame 100. Great weekend for us.” “Thanks to all the fans and everyone we met behind the grandstands earlier,” said Friesen. “Thanks to Halmar, Chris Larsen, and all our great sponsors. We are just rolling right now. We have a lot of races coming up, so we are just going to stick with it. “Mad Max” McLaughlin was fast right out of the trailer. He ran the fastest lap in Hot Laps and then went on to win his Heat Race which put him in the redraw where he pulled the outside pole. McLaughlin took the lead on the initial start but began to struggle with a loose race car as the Feature progressed. “The first 20-25 laps I felt really good,” said McLaughlin. “I was riding and taking care of my stuff. But it really started getting free off the corner. I am pretty happy with second after thinking of what could have happened starting around lap 35.” Like Stewart Friesen, McLaughlin races in a wide variety of short-track racing disciplines. “Stew [Friesen] is one of the best drivers in the world,” noted McLaughlin. “It’s a lot of fun racing with him and learning from him. He’s got a great race team and great cars. We just keep trying to get better and better every week and hope to be back on Victory Hill and some other tracks here soon.” McLaughlin was able to pass Friesen on a restart, but Matt Sheppard’s flat tire brought the scoring back to the last lap. The #32C was not able to close in on the #44 to that degree again and McLaughlin had to settle for second. However, since Friesen already has a guaranteed start in the Billy Whittaker Cars 200 from winning at Bristol Motor Speedway, Max McLaughlin is awarded the guaranteed start for NAPA Super DIRT Week XLIX. Tim Sears Jr. was also thankful to hang on for the podium finish. He drew the pole position but the celebration was short-lived as McLaughlin road around the outside of him for the lead. Sears Jr. had some handling issues to overcome. “We started rim riding at the end,” said Sears Jr. “We had a push that never went away all night. This track really racy. We could race all over it. Hats off to the track crew. It was a fun race.” The yellow #83X has quickly made his presence known with the Series in a short amount of time. He’s been winning in DIRTcar Big Block Hoosier Racing Tire Weekly Championship racing as well including a 35-lap win at Weedsport earlier this month. “I want to thank LJL, John Wight, Troyer Dirt Cars, and everyone who has helped us get here this year,” he said after his third-place finish. The rookie of the year chase is looking good for Tim Sears Jr. Erick Rudolph proved once again why he is an elite talent in the Super DIRTcar Series. Weedsport Speedway gave the drivers a much different look than it had in recent races but the Ransomville, NY native and his team made the right adjustments to take his #25R Big Block from the back to the front in 100 laps. Rudolph picked up 20 positions and finished fourth. Seven-time champion Matt Sheppard started 11th and by lap 34 was amidst a raging battle in the top three. While McLaughlin and Friesen battled side-by-side for the lead Sheppard began reeling the pair in. Unfortunately, his left front tire went down, the #9S slowed, and the caution flag came out. After making the quick tire change in the pit area, Sheppard was able to claw his way back up to finish 12th to salvage valuable championship points. The “Hile Driver” Chris Hile in the #5H laid down quick-time in Time Trials which awarded him the Billy Whittaker Cars Fast-Time Award. Next up, living legend Brett “The Jet” Hearn joins the Super DIRTcar Series at his home track Orange County Fair Speedway for the $10,000-to-win Battle on the Midway 100 on Thursday, July 29. Pre-order your tickets now at OrangeCountyFairSpeeday.net. Admission to the nearly two-century-old Orange County Fair is included with the race ticket but if you can’t make it to Middletown, NY be sure to watch all the action live on DIRTVision.com. Hall of Fame 100 Feature results: 1. 44F-STEWART FRIESEN [5][$10,000]; 2. 32CC-Max Mclaughlin [2][$5,000]; 3. 83X-Tim Sears [1][$2,500]; 4. 25R-Erick Rudolph [24][$1,800]; 5. 5H-Chris Hile [3][$1,600]; 6. 19F-Tim Fuller [6][$1,400]; 7. 91D-Billy Decker [12][$1,300]; 8. 98H-Jimmy Phelps [17][$1,200]; 9. 99L-Larry Wight [7][$1,100]; 10. 35M-Mike Mahaney [4][$1,000]; 11. 21A-Peter Britten [19][$800]; 12. 9s-Matt Sheppard [11][$700]; 13. 88W-Mat Williamson [22][$600]; 14. 121-Gary Tomkins [15][$575]; 15. 3H-Justin Haers [8][$550]; 16. M1-Dave Marcuccilli [9][$525]; 17. 28M-Jordan McCreadie [16][$500]; 18. 111D-Demetrios Drellos [26][$500]; 19. 34R-Kevin Root [10][$500]; 20. X-Chad Phelps [13][$500]; 21. 56-Garrson Krentz [18][$500]; 22. 32R-Ronnie Davis [20][$500]; 23. 9X-Tyler Trump [14][$500]; 24. 2L-Jack Lehner [25][$500]; 25. 48T-Dave Rauscher [27][$]; 26. 22W-Brandon Walters [21][$500]; 27. 27J-Danny Johnson [23][$500] Hard Charger Award: 25R-Erick Rudolph[+20] Contingency bonuses Billy Whittakar Cars [$100] - Chris Hile #5H VP Racing Fuels [$50] - Jimmy Phelps ARP [$50] - Erick Rudolph ASI [$50] - Peter Britten Cometic [$50] - Gary Tomkins Drydene [$50] - Larry Wight COMP CAMS [$50] - Max McLaughlin Fox Racing Shox [$50] - Garrison Krentz MSD [$50] - Peter Britten
  18. Bobby Pierce, Nick Hoffman Win in Summer Nationals Debut at Richmond Pierce Wins 11th of Season at Richmond - Godsey bags back-to-back top-fives with seven races now remaining RICHMOND, KY – July 25, 2021 – Inching closer and closer to a fourth DIRTcar Summer Nationals title with his 11th Feature win of the season Sunday night at Richmond Raceway, Bobby Pierce also made a bit of personal history, reflective of the great success he’s had thus far in his career. In 2016, Pierce won a season-best 11 Features en route to his second Hell Tour championship in two years. With just seven races remaining on the 2021 schedule, 11 wins and a 186-point lead, Pierce will now go for a new personal best single-season win total before the end of the tour next month. “It feels great to get my 11th win,” Pierce, of Oakwood IL, said in Victory Lane. “We’ve got seven races left to go, so hopefully we can break it.” The debut at the 3/10-mile of Richmond, known as The Beast of the East, was a dominant one for Pierce, who led all 40 laps unchallenged for the $5,000 prize. Several caution flags were thrown over the course of the race, forcing Pierce to be good on restarts. “My dad was signaling me down the backstretch, and every restart I kinda pulled away, even though I didn’t feel great off of Turn 2. It was just so slick out there – this place is really slick,” Pierce said. Ashton Winger rode third for the opening five laps before getting a run on Tanner English for second, where he stayed to the checkered. English held on for third, Joe Godsey bagged his fifth top-five of the season in fourth and three-time Richmond track champion Derek Fisher rounded out the top-five. Pierce will also get the opportunity to break another record before the season’s out. Four-time champion Shannon Babb owns the record for the most wins in a single-season at 15, which he set back in 2005. Pierce can both tie and pass Babb, but has to win at least five of the remaining races. UP NEXT The Summer Nationals Late Models cap off Week #6 with the final race on Monday night, July 26, in the tour’s debut at Lake Cumberland Speedway. Catch all the action live on DIRTVision presented by Drydene. ABBREVIATED RESULTS (view full results) Feature (40 Laps) 1. 32-Bobby Pierce[1]; 2. 12-Ashton Winger[4]; 3. 81E-Tanner English[3]; 4. 14G-Joe Godsey[6]; 5. 38-Derek Fisher[8]; 6. 11-Tommy Bailey[7]; 7. D8-Dustin Linville[9]; 8. 38H-Thomas Hunziker[14]; 9. 12J-Jason Jameson[12]; 10. 21-Kirk Phillips[2]; 11. 74-Mitch McGrath[10]; 12. 14R-Jeff Roth[5]; 13. 118-Mike Fenton[17]; 14. 248-Brandon Lance[18]; 15. T22- Tegan Evans[16]; 16. 83-Scott James[11]; 17. 11W-Jeff Watson[13]; 18. 16-Justin Rattliff[15]; 19. 15-William Byrd[20]; 20. (DNS) 13-Brayton Laster HISTORY MADE: Hoffman Wins 17th of Season at Richmond, Now Sits Atop All-Time Wins List It’s official. Nick Hoffman is now the DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals’ all-time leader in Feature wins. At just 29 years of age, the Mooresville, NC-driver has had a season for the record books already and added to it again on Sunday night, winning the tour’s first-ever visit to Richmond Raceway. He and the Elite Chassis team have been the guys to beat all season long and showed exactly why on Sunday with a dominating flag-to-flag victory in the 25-lap event. For their efforts, Hoffman has now taken sole possession of #1 on the all-time Feature wins list from six-time champion Mike Harrison – a goal he’d been working on, among others, since the start of the tour in June. “It’s really cool,” Hoffman said in Victory Lane. “Really didn’t start on this whole Hell Tour deal until like 2015, so to pick up that many wins that quick is pretty cool for us.” On the track, Hoffman was untouchable. Original start, restart – it just didn’t matter. His Elite Chassis #2 jetted out at the drop of the green and took off, leaving his opponents in the dust. At one point, Hoffman’s lead stretched to almost 7 seconds in traffic. His only concern came upon reaching the rear of the field and dealing with the slower traffic. Several cautions had been thrown throughout for drivers spinning at the bottom of the turns, which Hoffman did his best to try and avoid. “I could maneuver pretty decent. The biggest thing was I just wanted to pass those guys around the outside – just in case they did spin out, they would go to the bottom,” Hoffman said. UP NEXT The Summit Modifieds help cap off Week #6 with the final race on Monday night, July 26, in the tour’s debut at Lake Cumberland Speedway. Catch all the action live on DIRTVision presented by Drydene. ABBREVIATED RESULTS (view all results) Feature (25 Laps) 1. 2-Nick Hoffman[2]; 2. 4-Victor Lee[3]; 3. 25-Dennis Roberson[1]; 4. T6-Tommy Sheppard Jr[4]; 5. 25N-Tyler Nicely[12]; 6. A85-Brandon Hutchinson[6]; 7. 9H-John Demoss[10]; 8. 38-Aaron Branham[5]; 9. 1F-Austin Francis[8]; 10. 37-Harold Branham[14]; 11. 21S-Kenny Shaw[13]; 12. 33Z-Zach Powers[7]; 13. 17-Tyler Rigsby[18]; 14. 27-Tyler Collis[17]; 15. 26- Kyle Cochran[21]; 16. 122-Ryan Turner[19]; 17. 1C-Roy Cox[20]; 18. C8-Jimmy Crabtree[9]; 19. 66W-Tyler Watson[11]; 20. 17R-Jimmy Robinson[15]; 21. 24S-Trae Soper[16]
  19. Chase Randall Takes ASCS Elite Victory At West Texas Raceway by Bryan Hulbert LUBBOCK, Texas (July 23, 2021) Rolling the grid fifth on Friday night, it took 24 laps for Chase Randall to capture the lead at West Texas Raceway for his second win of the 2021 season with the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating. Courtesy of ASCS Chasing Steven Shebester through the closing laps, the pair rolled the cushion at either end of the three-eighths-mile oval. Taking off into traffic would bring Shebester within striking distance and provide Randall with room to run to a 1.085-second advantage once he had the lead in hand. Steven Shebester settled for second, with Tyler Edwards in third. Justin Zimmerman crossed fourth, followed by Dalton Stevens. Scott Evan, Jason Howell, Caden McCreary, Shon Deskins, and Brandon Thomson completed the top ten. The ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating goes for $5,000 to win on Saturday, July 24, at Route 66 Motor Speedway in Amarillo, Texas. The G.W. Elkins Southwestern Championship, gates open at 5:30 P.M. with racing at 7:00 P.M. (CDT). For directions and info on Route 66 Motor Speedway, log onto http://www.route66motorspeedway.net. The 2021 season is the 30th year of competition for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network. For other news, notes, and information on the American Sprint Car Series, from the National Tour to any of the Regional Tours that make up ASCS Nation in 2021, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, on Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS). Race Results: ASCS Elite Non-Wing West Texas Raceway (Lubbock, Texas) Friday, July 23, 2021 Car Count: 28 Texas Aeroplastics Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 44-Jason Howell[2]; 2. 22X-Steven Shebester[5]; 3. 31-Mason Smith[4]; 4. 52-JD Fry[7]; 5. 02-Dillon Burks[3]; 6. 27-Mike Hathaway[1]; 7. 18-Devon Debrick[6] Pro Tech Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 118-Scott Evans[1]; 2. 3S-Stephen Smith[2]; 3. 21-Michelle Parson[3]; 4. 16-Anthony Nicholson[4]; 5. 79X-Keith Martin[6]; 6. 57-Chase Parson[5]; 7. 33-Mike Merrell[7] SCP Polymers Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 36-Tyler Edwards[1]; 2. #1-Justin Zimmerman[6]; 3. 99X-Dalton Stevens[5]; 4. 20-Shon Deskins[4]; 5. 73X-Brandon Thomson[2]; 6. 79-Landon Simon[3]; 7. 6D-Morgan Dowdy[7] Myco Plastics Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 91-Cody Price[1]; 2. 9-Chase Randall[4]; 3. 48-Caden McCreary[3]; 4. 1-Paul White[5]; 5. 2-Michael Fanelli[6]; 6. 15-Jeremy Jonas[7]; 7. 63-Chris Williams[2] BK Windows B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 79X-Keith Martin[1]; 2. 73X-Brandon Thomson[5]; 3. 15-Jeremy Jonas[3]; 4. 79-Landon Simon[7]; 5. 2-Michael Fanelli[2]; 6. 18-Devon Debrick[11]; 7. 57-Chase Parson[6]; 8. 27-Mike Hathaway[10]; 9. 33-Mike Merrell[8]; 10. 63-Chris Williams[12]; 11. 02-Dillon Burks[4]; 12. 6D-Morgan Dowdy[9] Top Choice Masonry A Feature 1 (25 Laps): 1. 9-Chase Randall[5]; 2. 22X-Steven Shebester[1]; 3. 36-Tyler Edwards[6]; 4. #1-Justin Zimmerman[3]; 5. 99X-Dalton Stevens[8]; 6. 118-Scott Evans[2]; 7. 44-Jason Howell[4]; 8. 48-Caden McCreary[13]; 9. 20-Shon Deskins[16]; 10. 73X-Brandon Thomson[18]; 11. 16-Anthony Nicholson[15]; 12. 91-Cody Price[7]; 13. 79X-Keith Martin[17]; 14. 3S-Stephen Smith[10]; 15. 1-Paul White[14]; 16. 21-Michelle Parson[12]; 17. 15-Jeremy Jonas[19]; 18. 52-JD Fry[9]; 19. 79-Landon Simon[20]; 20. 31-Mason Smith[11]
  20. Sheldon Haudenschild Scores First-Career Williams Grove Win - PA Posse Legend Lance Dewease Charges from 17th-to-2nd MECHANICSBURG, PA - July 23, 2021 - Entering this season, Sheldon Haudenschild had never won at Knoxville Raceway, Eldora Speedway, or Williams Grove Speedway. Trent Gower photo It's a trio of tracks that most describe as "The Big Three" of World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series facilities, all home to the three biggest events on tour. He's now stood in victory lane at all three tracks within the last three months. His latest conquering came on Friday night at Mechanicsburg's tricky paper-clip 1/2-mile. The Wooster, OH native put together an impeccable run by setting Slick Woody's QuickTime and leading all 25 laps of the NOS Energy Drink Feature on night one of the Champion Racing Oil Summer Nationals. Sheldon's trip to victory lane officially makes the Haudenschild's the first father/son duo to both win a World of Outlaws race at Williams Grove Speedway. His father Jac previously won with The Greatest Show on Dirt here in 1986 and 1997. "I feel like I have a lot of laps around this place, but I could never get that win," Haudenschild noted. "We've been close, but it feels great to finally pull one off. Makes it sweeter that the #69 was behind us." Earning the pole after dominating the DIRTVision Fast Pass Dash, Haudenschild quickly set sail as the $10,000/Win Feature fired off. A pair of stoppages on Lap 1 and Lap 6 slowed the action before the final restart rolled back to green with 19 laps left. Lil' Haud ripped the cushion and slid through lap traffic completely unchallenged for the remainder of the race, but all eyes were glued on PA Posse legend Lance Dewease. A rough Qualifying performance and fifth-place Heat finish led to the #69K starting 17th in the 25-lap Feature. Dewease made it inside the top-10 on Lap 6, then flew into the top-five on Lap 18 and really made headway in the closing few circuits. He stormed by Schatz for third with two to go, then passed McFadden for the runner-up slot at the white flag. Out front, though, there was no denying Sheldon Haudenschild and the Stenhouse Jr. Marshall Racing #17. He crossed the finish line with a margin of victory at 2.034-seconds over the field. "My car was just great all night," Sheldon added. "That's the best I've ever felt around this place. I could really keep the car straight for the first time here. It really feels great winning on these big 1/2-miles. We've had a couple of rough nights, so it's good to get back in victory lane." Fayetteville. PA's Lance Dewease was the star of the show with an incredible 17th-to-2nd bid worthy of the KSE Racing Hard Charger Award. The Kreitz Racing #69K will look for more one spot better tomorrow night with $20,000 on the line at Williams Grove. "It was 25 laps, that's all that matters, and Sheldon won it," Dewease offered. "We were good, but these guys are so hard to pass, you know they're the best in the world. Coming from the ninth row to second, though, we'll take that. We put ourselves in a hole with Qualifying, so this is a good end to the night." After starting third and running second for the majority of the 25-lapper, James McFadden slipped back to snag the final podium position aboard his Kasey Kahne Racing, Karavan Trailers #9. "It's nice to finally put a whole night together again," McFadden said. "I've been struggling on restarts lately, and I finally got those back together night. We'll move on to tomorrow and try to do better." Donny Schatz aboard the Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing #15 and Brent Marks in his family-owned #19 closed out the top-five. Rounding out the top-10 on night one of the Summer Nationals was David Gravel in the Big Game Motorsports #2, Carson Macedo in the Jason Johnson Racing #41, Brad Sweet in the Kasey Kahne Racing #49, Logan Schuchart in the Shark Racing #1S, and Danny Dietrich in the Gary Kauffman #48. UP NEXT: The Champion Racing Oil Summer Nationals will conclude tomorrow night at Williams Grove Speedway as the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series squares off against the PA Posse with $20,000 on the line. NOS Energy Drink Feature (25 Laps): 1. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild [1][$10,000]; 2. 69K-Lance Dewease [17][$5,500]; 3. 9-James McFadden [3][$3,200]; 4. 15-Donny Schatz [6][$2,600]; 5. 19-Brent Marks [9][$2,350]; 6. 2-David Gravel [4][$2,150]; 7. 41-Carson Macedo [13][$2,100]; 8. 49-Brad Sweet [11][$1,950]; 9. 1S-Logan Schuchart [12][$1,900]; 10. 48-Danny Dietrich [15][$1,850]; 11. 11K-Kraig Kinser [10][$1,400]; 12. 51-Freddie Rahmer [14][$1,200]; 13. 27-Devon Borden [22][$1,000]; 14. 39M-Anthony Macri [2][$950]; 15. 1A-Jacob Allen [18][$900]; 16. 3Z-Brock Zearfoss [19][$900]; 17. 99M-Kyle Moody [25][$]; 18. 27S-Alan Krimes [23][$900]; 19. 5W-Lucas Wolfe [16][$900]; 20. 45-Jeff Halligan [20][$900]; 21. 83-Aaron Reutzel [7][$900]; 22. 5C-Dylan Cisney [24][$900]; 23. 44-Dylan Norris [26][$]; 24. 1X-Chad Trout [5][$900]; 25. 11-TJ Stutts [8][$900]; 26. 2C-Wayne Johnson [21][$900]. Lap Leaders: Sheldon Haudenschild 1-25. KSE Hard Charger Award: 69K-Lance Dewease[+15] NEW Championship Standings (48/81 Races): 1. Brad Sweet (6,654); 2. Carson Macedo (-126); 3. David Gravel (-144); 4. Donny Schatz (-244); 5. Sheldon Haudenschild (-258); 6. Logan Schuchart (-280); 7. Aaron Reutxel (-436); 8. James McFadden (-694); 9. Kraig Kinnser (-844); 10. Brock Zearfoss (-1066).
  21. Kyle Bronson wins I-80 Silver Dollar Nationals for biggest career win Greenwood, NE (July 24, 2021) – Kyle Bronson pulled away from the pack and cruised to victory on Saturday Night at I-80 Speedway, winning the 11th Annual Imperial Tile Silver Dollar Nationals by more than ten seconds over runner-up Tim McCreadie. Bronson took home $53,000 for his first Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series win of the season and the biggest of his racing career. This win was also the 31-year-old Florida racers’ first Crown Jewel victory of his racing career. Bronson took the lead from Chase Junghans on lap 48 and dominated the remainder of the race. Junghans held the lead for the first 47 circuits as Bronson made several attempts to pass him for the lead. Bronson was finally able to pass Junghans coming off turn two with 32 laps remaining in the race. McCreadie eventually cleared Junghans on lap 66 for second. Even though McCreadie moved into second he was still several car lengths behind the leader. The second of two cautions flew on lap 32, the race went green after that until the checkers flew. Bronson’s margin of victory was 10.492 seconds. McCreadie will maintain his points lead heading to Florence Speedway next month. Jonathan Davenport had closed the gap on McCreadie to just 45 points heading into the race but finished in 27th after dropping out of the event on lap 22. Earl Pearson Jr. came through the field to finish third after starting in 14th. Jimmy Owens came home in fourth followed by Junghans. Sixth place starting Bronson went to Lucas Oil Victory Lane for the fifth time in his career. “I love coming to this place. This car was awesome, and this Clements motor helps me a ton on that top there. This is the most pumped I have ever been in my life. This is pretty awesome. I couldn’t do it without my guys, they have been making my job a whole lot easier. They have been having this thing right, I am just the guy holding the steering wheel. They have been giving me everything I need to win.” The 2017 Silver Dollar Nationals winner, McCreadie, finished in second. “I just lost my side bite there. Once the brown went away, I couldn’t get around the cushion because I was so flat getting in, and the car had no scotch. To run low was the only way to get my car up in the air to get it in attitude to try and get off the corner.” McCreadie earned a $20,000 paycheck for second. Pearson, who changed cars after the first three nights took third at the finish. “The car was really good when we started off and the whole race it was good. We could move all around. The biggest thing we could do that a lot of them couldn’t was turn through the center. I could just turn up under them and drag race them down the straightaway.” The winner’s Rocket Chassis is powered by a Clements Racing Engine and sponsored by Brandon Ford, Race Car Engineering, Borchers Equipment, Lucas Oil Products, VP Fuels, Swift Springs, Integra Shocks, and All-Florida Real Estate Group. Completing the top ten were Brandon Sheppard, Hudson O’Neal, Stormy Scott, Spencer Hughes, and Ryan Gustin. Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Imperial Tile Silver Dollar Nationals Race Summary Saturday, July 24th, 2021 I-80 Speedway – Greenwood, NE LINE-X B-Main #1 Finish (12 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): 1. 75-Terry Phillips[1]; 2. 04-Tad Pospisil[5]; 3. 18A-John Anderson[6]; 4. 1C-Chad Simpson[2]; 5. 19R-Ryan Gustin[3]; 6. 99B-Boom Briggs[11]; 7. 7R-Ross Robinson[8]; 8. 98-Ben Schaller[4]; 9. 3C-Mike Collins[12]; 10. 24-Bill Leighton[7]; 11. 157-Mike Marlar[9]; 12. 22M-Charlie McKenna[10]; 13. 77-Dusty Leonard[13] UNOH B-Main #2 Finish (12 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): 1. 14-Josh Richards[1]; 2. 99JR-Frank Heckenast Jr[2]; 3. 22F-Chris Ferguson[3]; 4. 20RT-Ricky Thornton Jr[8]; 5. 22H-Daniel Hilsabeck[7]; 6. 14J-Jake Neal[6]; 7. 49T-Jake Timm[4]; 8. 80-Allan Hopp[11]; 9. 6D-Cory Dumpert[10]; 10. 53-Andrew Kosiski[9]; 11. 66C-Matt Cosner[5]; 12. 52-Brian Kosiski[12]; 13. 45-Dan Battaglia[13] S&S Showdown Non-Qualifier Finish (20 Laps, Winner’s Choice to Transfer): 1. 99B-Boom Briggs[2]; 2. 7R-Ross Robinson[4]; 3. 14J-Jake Neal[3]; 4. 98-Ben Schaller[6]; 5. 3C-Mike Collins[8]; 6. 49T-Jake Timm[5]; 7. 66C-Matt Cosner[10]; 8. 6D-Cory Dumpert[9]; 9. 22H-Daniel Hilsabeck[1]; 10. 80-Allan Hopp[7]; 11. 45-Dan Battaglia[14]; 12. 77-Dusty Leonard[13]; 13. 52-Brian Kosiski[12]; 14. (DNS) 22M-Charlie McKenna Imperial Tile Silver Dollar Nationals Feature Finish (80 Laps): Race Statistics Entrants: 44 Lap Leaders: Chase Junghans (1 – 47); Kyle Bronson (48 – 80) Wrisco Feature Winner: Kyle Bronson Arizona Sport Shirts CJC – Presented by DirtOnDirt Feature Winner: Kyle Bronson Brandon Ford TV Challenge Feature Winner: Kyle Bronson Margin of Victory: 10.492 seconds Stop Tech Brakes Cautions: Jonathan Davenport (Lap 22); Shane Clanton (Lap 32) Series Provisional: Mike Marlar Passing Point Provisional: Ryan Gustin Series Emergency Provisionals: n/a Track Provisionals: Bill Leighton, Andrew Kosiski Big River Steel Podium Top 3: Kyle Bronson, Tim McCreadie, Earl Pearson Jr. Penske Shocks Top 5: Kyle Bronson, Tim McCreadie, Earl Pearson Jr., Jimmy Owens, Chase Junghans Optima Batteries Hard Charger of the Race: Ryan Gustin (Advanced 18 Positions) Midwest Sheet Metal Spoiler Challenge Point Leader: Tim McCreadie Hot Rod Processing Most Laps Led: Chase Junghans (47 Laps) Sunoco Race for Gas Highest Finisher: Earl Pearson Jr. Eibach Springs Rookie of the Race: Ricky Thornton, Jr. Dirty Girl Racewear Fastest Lap of the Race: Chase Junghans (Lap 1 – 17.863 seconds) Fast Shafts Tough Break of the Race: Shane Clanton Outerwears Crew Chief of the Race: Tanner Birdwell (Kyle Bronson) ARP Engine Builder of the Race: Clements Racing Engine Miller Welders Chassis Builder of the Race: Rocket Chassis Dirt Draft Fastest in Hot Laps: Kyle Bronson (16.916 seconds) Time of Race: 34 minutes 1 second Lucas Oil Point Standings: *Results are unofficial until Close of Business on the Tuesday following Race Day*
  22. Brent Marks Beats Outlaws in Williams Grove Thriller Lap Traffic Creates Intense Action Between Schatz, Marks & Haudenschild MECHANICSBURG, PA - July 24, 2021 - 798 days later, the PA Posse have finally tasted Outlaw glory again on their own porch. After going for 0-for-16 over that stretch, The Myerstown Missile stepped up and put an end to the streak during Saturday night's $20,000/Win Champion Racing Oil Summer Nationals at Williams Grove Speedway. Brent Marks' sixth-career World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series victory came as one of the more exciting finishes in recent memory at the Mechanicsburg 1/2-mile. A tricky and technical surface combined with challenging lap traffic situations created an intense fight for the lead late in the going during the 30-lapper. Donny Schatz commanded the opening 20 circuits aboard the Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing #15, but Marks hounded him from the start. He finally put the #19 to the point on Lap 21, but quickly received a hellacious challenge from Friday's victor, Sheldon Haudenschild in the NOS Energy Drink #17. Marks received a trio of mega slide jobs from Haudenschild but had a counter for every move thrown his way. He separated himself in the closing laps and officially scored his 11th career Williams Grove win with a 0.903-second margin of victory. "That was pretty intense," Marks mentioned. "The track was tricky and the lap cars made it tough. We had a lot of close calls out there, but we survived and pulled it off. The track really threw us for a curveball, it was drier than we expected. We made the right calls, though. That was a ton of fun racing with Sheldon and Donny like that." Starting fourth aboard the BAPS Paints, M&M Painting & Construction #19, Marks was on the outside of an all-Posse row two with 103-time Williams Grove winner Lance Dewease to his inside with the Kreitz Racing #69K. In front of them, it was an all-Outlaws front row with Sheldon Haudenschild and Donny Schatz pacing the field. Schatz, who has won at Williams Grove more than any other track in his World of Outlaws career, looked poised for win #22 when his Ford Performance, Carquest #15 quickly built a huge lead. However, Marks would soon enter the picture. Traffic on Lap 5 allowed Marks to catch the 10-time champion for the lead, and he would hound him for the next 15 laps. The duo played a cat and mouse game while slicing through the backmarkers until Marks built a big enough run down the front stretch to launch a turn one slider for the lead at Schatz. Marks led at Lap 21, but Haudenschild followed him around Schatz and threw out his own attempt at the top spot. With Marks tight and over the cushion, Haudenschild launched his own turn one slider on Lap 22 and cleared Marks for the lead, but made contact with lapper Freddie Rahmer, who rolled to a stop. The only restart of the race with eight laps remaining established a shootout between Marks and Haudenschild. Sheldon came firing back with a move into turn one, but Brent calmly crossed him over and retained the lead. The next time by, it was the same thing. A huge slider from Sheldon, but a precise counter from Brent to whip the #19 back to the point. Over the final five laps, Marks maintained a steady pace on the cushion and walked away with his second World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series victory of the 2021 season. Another important notch to Brent's belt with a hopeful full-time return to The Greatest Show on Dirt looming in 2022. On this night, though, the Myerstown, PA native was happy to call it a much-needed win for the PA Posse. "We broke the streak of the 4-0 Outlaws, so for tonight, I guess you can call us Posse," Marks joked. A valiant second-place effort capped Sheldon Haudenschild's career-best weekend at Williams Grove. The Wooster, OH native banked $12,000 for his runner-up result following Friday's victory. "We had to fight for that one," Haudenschild noted. "Nothing to hang our heads up, Brent ran a great race. He was able to enter turn one so fast that forced me to run it too hard into the bottom and he was able to square me up every time to pass me back." After leading the opening 20 laps, Fargo, ND native Donny Schatz slipped back to complete the podium in third place. "We just needed to be better," Schatz said. "I was struggling more and more with every lap. I think we were fortunate to hang on to third. Carson Macedo and Lance Dewease, who ran 1-2 in a fight for the win at Williams Grove in May, finished fourth and fifth this time at the 1/2-mile. Closing out the top-10 at the Summer Nationals was the #39M of Anthony Macri, the #9 of James McFadden, the #2 of David Gravel, the #83 of Aaron Reutzel, and the #5W of Lucas Wolfe. UP NEXT: The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series will return to the state of New York for the first time in three years next weekend. The doubleheader takes The Greatest Show on Dirt to Ransomville Speedway on Friday, July 30, then to Weedsport Speedway on Saturday, July 31. NOS Energy Drink Feature (30 Laps): 1. 19-Brent Marks [4][$20,000]; 2. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild [1][$12,000]; 3. 15-Donny Schatz [2][$6,000]; 4. 41-Carson Macedo [6][$5,250]; 5. 69K-Lance Dewease [3][$4,500]; 6. 39M-Anthony Macri [7][$4,000]; 7. 9-James McFadden [12][$3,500]; 8. 2-David Gravel [5][$3,000]; 9. 83-Aaron Reutzel [9][$2,750]; 10. 5W-Lucas Wolfe [8][$2,500]; 11. 49-Brad Sweet [15][$2,300]; 12. 1S-Logan Schuchart [21][$2,250]; 13. 11K-Kraig Kinser [14][$2,000]; 14. 48-Danny Dietrich [17][$1,600]; 15. 27-Devon Borden [11][$1,500]; 16. 19W-Troy Wagaman [10][$1,300]; 17. 5C-Dylan Cisney [13][$1,250]; 18. 11-TJ Stutts [22][$1,150]; 19. 67-Justin Whittall [19][$1,100]; 20. 51-Freddie Rahmer [18][$1,100]; 21. 2C-Wayne Johnson [16][$1,100]; 22. 1W-Aaron Bollinger [24][$1,100]; 23. 27S-Alan Krimes [20][$1,100]; 24. 5-Tyler Ross [23][$1,100]; 25. 44-Dylan Norris [25]. Lap Leaders: Donny Schatz 1-20, Brent Marks 21-30. KSE Hard Charger Award: 1S-Logan Schuchart[+9] NEW Championship Standings (49/81 Races): 1. Brad Sweet (6,782); 2. Carson Macedo (-112); 3. David Gravel (-138); 4. Donny Schatz (-228); 5. Sheldon Haudenschild (-240); 6. Logan Schuchart (-282); 7. Aaron Reutzel (-432); 8. James McFadden (-686); 9. Kraig Kinser (-848); 10. Brock Zearfoss (-1104).
  23. Pierce Wins at Springfield After Jackson’s Misfortune for Ninth Win of Season - Winger with runner-up, digs into points gap SPRINGFIELD, MO – July 22, 2021 – Sometimes, a really good car, some quick reflexes and a pinch of good fortune is the recipe for victory. Bobby Pierce had all three of these Thursday night in the Week #6 kickoff at Springfield Raceway, scoring his ninth DIRTcar Summer Nationals Feature win of the season in convincing fashion by leading 27 of 40 laps to collect the $5,000 check over Ashton Winger and local favorite Scott Crigler. His 36th career Hell Tour victory officially pushed him past four-time champion Brian Shirley into sole position of fourth place on the all-time wins list, setting him three behind 2004 champion Don O’Neal and 64 behind all-time leaders Billy Moyer and Shannon Babb. Pierce trailed the opening circuits of the Feature to polesitter Tony Jackson Jr. before cracking the whip as they approached the rear of the field. As Jackson was moving through the first wave of heavy traffic, his left-rear tire gave way and shredded, bringing out the caution and handing the lead over to Pierce. While the two did make contact after the tire had blown, Pierce was quick to saw at the wheel and escape with only a scrape on the right-side. From there, it become Pierce’s race to lose. But even with a 115-point advantage in the standings, the three-time champion still wasn’t at ease at the head of the field. Right on his bumper for the restart was a hungry group of competitors just waiting to pounce on a slip-up, including one of his biggest recent rivals – Ashton Winger. “Ashton was really fast, and he’s been fast the last few races – he’s got something figured out,” Pierce, of Oakwood, IL said in Victory Lane. “I was like, man, I’ve just gotta keep the 12 car behind me so we can stay in position to win this thing.” Winger, of Hampton, GA, came into Week #6 riding the momentum of two-straight victories to close out Week #5, besting Pierce both times, and was hungry for a three-peat. He restarted in fifth and advanced one position before the next restart two laps later. Winger hammered the throttle out of Turn 4 and quickly made the charge for Tanner English and Scott Crigler in front of him. He took the low groove into Turns 1-2 on Lap 18 and got a two-for-one special, passing both drivers by sliding up at the exit of Turn 2. Winger chased Pierce down until the next restart on Lap 22, where he got his best chance at the lead, sliding underneath Pierce for the lead at one point before falling back. Winger closed the gap in the final laps and got another opportunity to swipe the lead as they approached traffic again before a restart with five-to-go. Pierce had a big pack of traffic in front of him, slowing him down enough to allow Winger to catch up. But by that time, Pierce had already sorted his way through the pack, and the yellow was thrown again. “The lapped traffic was a bit of a handful,” Pierce said. “That last lap was a little scary.” Pierce dropped the hammer on the restart and cruised to his 36th career Summer Nationals victory with Winger and Crigler behind him, while Joe Godsey and Tim Lance completed the top-five. UP NEXT The Summer Nationals next heads back to Tri-City Speedway in Pontoon Beach, IL, on Friday, July 23, for the second visit of the season, entitled the Russ Wallace Memorial. Catch all the action live on DIRTVision presented by Drydene. ABBREVIATED RESULTS (view full results) Feature (40 Laps) 1. 32-Bobby Pierce[2]; 2. 12-Ashton Winger[5]; 3. 12C-Scott Crigler[3]; 4. 14G-Joe Godsey[6]; 5. 48-Tim Lance[9]; 6. 36- Logan Martin[11]; 7. 74-Mitch McGrath[19]; 8. 86-Kyle Beard[17]; 9. 2-Allen Murray[7]; 10. 93-Mason Oberkramer[10]; 11. 50-Kaeden Cornell[14]; 12. 81E-Tanner English[4]; 13. 0-Dewayne Kiefer[13]; 14. 36D-Mark Daye[18]; 15. 78S-Steve Stultz[15]; 16. 38-Thomas Hunziker[21]; 17. 14R-Jeff Roth[22]; 18. 118-Mike Fenton[20]; 19. 49-Justin Wells[12]; 20. 56- Tony Jackson Jr[1]; 21. 75-Terry Phillips[8]; 22. 66-Hayden Ross[16]
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