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1. 27 Greg Hodnett 1503 13
2. 48 Danny Dietrich 1379 14
3. 21 Brian Montieth 1066 8
4 1/5W Lucas Wolfe 970 3
5. 19M Brent Marks 767
6. 14 Lance Dewease 665 1
7. 25 Aaron Ott 629 1
8. 87 Alan Krimes 624 2
9. 51 Stevie Smith 619 8
10. 17B Steve Buckwalter 492 3

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KO's Indiana Bullring Scene Kevin Oldham 8/22 BillW's Knoxville News Bill Wright 8/13 Hoosier Race Report Danny Burton (IN) 8/29
Florida Open Wheel Richard Golardi 8/21 Tri-State Outlook Duane Hancock (OH/IN/MI) 8/25 Not Just Another Racing Column Pastor Dudley Balmer 6/1
Dirt Divas Camisha Miller 8/13

From the Grandstand Ron Rodda (CA) 8/12

A Typical Weekend Pat & Bruce Eckel 8/29

Sprint Car Notes Gaye Carmichael 8/22 Cravin Racin Dana Kuyawa  6/5 Penn Live Jeremy Elliott (Central PA)

Robert Ballou and crew celebrate his victory in opening night Smackdown 4 action at Kokomo Speedway, August 27, 2015.   Steve Lafond

Todd Shaffer won the Legends of Central PA Sprint Car Racing feature at Lincoln Speedway Wednesday. Kris Keath Photo 


Adrian Shafferr wins 358 feature at Williams Grove Speedway PA  Kris Keath



Austin Hogue wins at Williams Grove Speedway PA   Tim Moran Photo


Robert Ballou picks up the opening night feature win of The Kokomo Speedway USAC Smackdown, Brady Bacon runs third with Chase Stockon runner up Travis Branch Photo



 Danny Dietrich won the $10,000 Sprint Car Challenge  Steve Koletar Photo More photos from Lincoln Speedway are in SpeedShotz

Chris Windom picks up the USAC Sprint Car win from The Kokomo Speedway Travis Branch Photo



Danny Lasoski with crew chief Guy Forbrook wins NSL Feature, 1st time back in 25 YEARS at Moberly, Bryan Clauson late pass for 2nd over Terry McCarl, who Led early on in race - 8-28-2015 John Lee High Fly'N Photos



Johnny Herrera returned to victory lane by dominating the ASCS Red River Region “A” Main at Wichita Falls, TX – Patrick Grant Photo

Say What!

“First of all, I’d like to thank the great fans for coming out tonight,Tonight they did a great job with this racetrack. I want to thank Guy Forbrook, Tod Quiring,…Brian Morrison’s power is unbelievable. I’m the lucky guy that gets to drive this thing.” Danny Lasoski in Moberly MO NSL vivtory lane

"To hold off Dave at his palace for my first win here, that's a pretty awesome thing. This place is so, so hard. You don't get a fluke wins here. That was all she had. I ran that thing as hard as I possibly could those last two laps. Luckily, we had the car good enough to stay up front and capitalize on Chris' misfortune.Chase Stockon winning Friday night at the USAC Kokomo Smack Down

“Congrats to Stuart…it was a good run. I hate leading. I was really just worried about the 97 car (Dean Jacobs who came into the night leading the points). I don’t want to take anything away from Stuart…he did a great job. I knew he would blaze the top. I just couldn’t do it…I had too much to lose. I have thank Kistlers and Maxim and ProShocks tuned by OC…it seems like we’re better in the slick than a lot of other teams, I really have to thank two of the classiest people I know. My dad and mom have my back and all my crew guys for all their hard work this year.” Byron Reed winning his 7th Attica Raceway Park 410 championship


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Chase Stockon picks up night 2 of The USAC Kokomo Speedway Smackdown Travis Branch Photo

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Saturday  August 29th 2015 

Have the courage to act instead of react. Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.



  • Central PA 358 Point Series presented by Capitol Renegade)This weekend the Central PA 358 Point Series presented by Capitol Renegade hosted two series races on Friday night at Williams Grove Speedway and Trail Way Speedway. At Trail Way Cody Fletcher would pick up his 2nd career feature win over Issac Sneeringer and Brad McClelland. At Williams Grove Speedway Adrian Shaffer made it 3 for 3 in 2015 with another last lap pass, this time on Kevin Nouse to claim the 20 lap feature event. Series point leader Doug Hammaker would come home in 7th place and would loose a few points to McClelland with only a handful of races left in the 2015 racing season. Central PA 8/29
  • Column)Pat & Bruce Eckel have notes from the first two nights of Kokomo Smack Down in A Typical Weekend8/29
  • Column)Danny Burton has notes from Kokomo Speedway Smack Down Friday night in Hoosier Race Report 8/29
  • St Croix Valley Raceway WI)In the biggest event on the St. Croix Valley Raceway calendar, excitement filled the air. And in the case of Ryan Bowers, winged sprint cars filled the air as well with a terrifying and spectacular crash. Bowers, as well as nearby spectators, all walked away completely unscathed in a crash that left the collective heartbeats of witnesses at a standstill. Justin Henderson was crowned the 2015 Open Wheel Nationals winged sprint champion while Johnny Parsons III claimed his second OWN title in the Traditional sprints. Race Results  8/29
  • ARDC)2014 ARDC Champion, Steven Drevicki picked up his first win of the 2015 season and did so in dominating fashion during Friday night ARDC competition on the Bridgeport quarter mile. All of Drevicki's ARDC wins have come on different tracks and he just added the Bridgeport Speedway to that list this week. Race Results  8/29
  • ESS)He might be from Pennsylvania but Mark Smith should consider taking his talents north of the border into Canada more often. The Sunbury, Pa., driver is now two-for-two in Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprint action at the Autodrome Granby. Race Results  8/29


  • USCS)The United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars invades Lavonia Speedway in Lavonia, Georgia on Friday, September 4th at 7:30 pm for the speedway's “Fast and Furious Friday” Labor Day weekend speed spectacular. The track was newly re-modeled in 2014 and has always been a USCS driver and fan favorite over the past 19 seasons and was on the series inaugural season schedule on July 4, 1997 when Tim Crawley from Benton, Arkansas . USCS 8/29
  • MSCS)Labor Day Weekend is one weekend that racing is always on the schedule at the Tri-State Speedway. This season the Hoosier Tire Midwest Sprint Car Series will once again be headlining the action to be presented on Sunday night September 6th. The feature for the sprint cars will be paying $3,000 to win. The UMP Open Wheel Modifieds and the MMSA Mini Sprints will complete an all open wheel triple header. Press Releases8/29



  • World of Outlaws)Donny Schatz bided his time in Friday night's night one of the Oil City Cup at Castrol Raceway, as he battled past Shane Stewart and Joey Saldana in traffic late to score his 26th World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series victory of the season and 199th career win. Stewart and Saldana finished on the podium behind Schatz. DIRT/World of Outlaws 8/29
  • ASCS Red River)“This one’s for my father,” said an tearful Johnny Herrera in Victory Lane, as the Sprint Car veteran dedicated his victory to his father, Joe Herrera, on Friday night with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Red River Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products. Herrera’s first win since his father’s passing, the MVT No. 45x was untouchable en route to his sixth victory of the season in ASCS competition; lapping all but the top six in 25 laps at the Red River Speedway. ASCS 8/29
  • Williams Grove Speedway PA)A pair of last lap passes netted sprint car wins at Williams Grove Speedway on Friday night for drivers Austin Hogue and Adrian Shaffer. For Hogue, the victory was a career first at the historic oval in the 410 sprint division while Shaffer notched his second win of the season in the 358 sprint class. Hogue started second in the 25-lap 410 sprint car feature and led from the beginning with Cory Haas moving into second on the second tour. Central PA 8/29
  • Trail Way Speedway PA)HOOSIER TIRE MID-ATLANTIC 358 SPRINTS FEATURE (25 Laps) – 1. 66A-Cody Fletcher; 2. 19Z-Isaac Sneeringer; 3. 6R-Brad McClelland; 4. 4-Dwight Leppo; 5. 00X-Chris Frank; 6. 77-David Holbrook; 7. 10-Zach Euculano; 8. 10B-Brandon Noel; 9. 15-Lucas Montgomery (DNF); 10. 81B-Bob Anderson (DNF). No time. Lap Leaders: Cody Fletcher (1-25) 8/29
  • NSL)For the first time in 25 years, 410 sprint cars roared around the high banks of Randolph County Raceway near Moberly, Missouri. Danny Lasoski and Terry McCarl remember those events years ago, and they waged a battle for the lead Friday night in front of a large crowd. Lasoski would emerge victorious, registering his eighth win of the season with the FVP National Sprint League. National Sprint League 8/29
  • Column)Danny Burton has notes from Kokomo Speedway Smack Down Thursday night in Hoosier Race Report 8/29
  • USAC)It was an excited victory lane on Friday night at Kokomo Speedway as Chase Stockon held off Dave Darland to win the night's "Sprint Car Smackdown IV" preliminary 30-lapper, scoring his first career win at the Hoosier speedway. The Elizabethtown, Indiana driver made it two wins on the season in the season aboard the Superior Tank & Trailer - Crescent Electric Supply #32 DRC/Fisher. USAC 8/29
  • Nebraska 360)Greenwood NE...1 1 53 Jack Dover 2 6 2 Don Droud Jr 3 5 82 Jordan Boston 4 7 1B Jake Bubak 5 2 4X Jason Danley 6 9 13V Seth Brahmer 7 10 12 Tyler Drueke 8 12 35L Cody Ledger 9 13 44 Chris Martin 10 8 3 Billy Alley 11 18 14J Josh Riggins 12 15 17B Jason Becker 13 4 24BH Trevor Grossenbacher 14 21 77 John Klabunde 15 3 81 Stu Snyder 16 11 23S Adam Gullion 17 17 48 Taylor Forbes 18 19 4U Dwight Carter 19 16 99S Matthew Stelzer 20 14 14 Joey Danley 21 20 5X Jason Martin 8/29
  • Top Gun)Bubba Raceway Park FL...1st Garrett Green 2nd AJ Maddox 3rd Gene Lasker 8/29
  • ESS)Autodrome Granby, Canada 1st Mark Smith 2nd Paul Kinney 3rd Jason Barney 8/29
  • I-96 Speedway MI)1st Max Stambaugh 2nd Gregg Dalman 3rd Craig Karazim 8/29
  • Lernerville Speedway PA)#49 Tanner Thorson #23J Jack Sodeman #08 Dan Kuriger #13 Brandon Matus #10 Carl Bowser #2 A.J. Flick #33 Brent Matus #35 Jared Zimbardi #56 Ralph Spithaler #16 Jim Morris #76 Davey Jones #7K Dan Shetler #44 Pete Landram #4J Jacob Gomola #4K Bill Kiley #91 Bobby Siegel #G1 Mike Miller #5 Sye Lynch #22 Brandon Spithaler #1R Gale Ruth #11 Scott Priester 8/29
  • ARDC)Bridgeport NJ...#19 Steven Drevicki #5 PJ Gargiulo #92 Brendon Bright #2 Danny Stratton #46 Brett Arndt #83 Bruce Buckwalter #7 Shawn Jackson #21 Tommy Kunsman #75 Bill Courtwright #78 Nick Wean #44 Brett Wanner #74 Jamie Spears #14 Trevor Kobylarz 8/29
  • Ohsweken Speedway ONT)#11 Jamie Turner #19 Cory Turner #14H Jim Huppunen #80 Chris Steele #81 Derek Johnathon #5 Keith Dempster #0 Glenn Styres #10 Mitch Brown #3R Shane Ross #6 Curtis Gartly #38 Tyler Hendricks #91 Ryan Turner #00 Dane Lorenc #38w Dennis Wagner #49 Todd Hoddick #2 Lee Winger #21J John Burbridge #71s Shawn Sliter #52 Jesse Costa #5c Connor Mahoney 8/29
  • Attica Raceway Park OH)Byron Reed can do something no other sprint car driver has done the past seven seasons. The Monclova, Ohio sprint car driver could possibly win two track championships and a series title all in the same year. Reed would finish second to Stuart Brubaker in the O’Reilly Auto Parts 410 Sprint feature Friday at Attica Raceway Park to wrap up his 7th track championship on Kistler Racing Products/Ohio Logistics Night. It’s Reed’s first title since 2010 and is worth $10,000. He recently scored his third Kistler Racing Products FAST (Fremont Attica Sprint Title) Championship Presented by KS Sales and Service, also worth $10,000. And, heading into the championship night on Sept. 12 at Fremont Speedway, he has the point lead. 8/29
  • Silver Dollar Speedway CA)#3C Jonathan Allard #88 Tyler Walker #75 Sean Becker #74 Kyle Hirst #22 Mason Moore #92 Andy Forsberg #5V Colby Copeland #19 Keith Bloom #21 Michael Ing #13 Rowdy McClenon #42 Chase Majdic #49 Mike Monahan #38N Mark Tabor Jr. #55 Cody Hodgson #8 Jim Richardson #4X Raquel Hall #76 Doug Butterfield #14H Heath Hall #11AU Toby Bellbowen #16 Andy Gregg 8/29
  • River Cities Speedway ND)#13 Mark Dobmeier #9N Wade Nygaard #2A Austin Pierce #27 Chris Ranten #8 Casey Mack #6N Greg Nikitenko #0 Nick Omdahl #20A Jordan Adams #8H Jade Hastings #10TR Bob Martin #26 Blake Egeland #51 Alex Larson #99 Jordan Graham #35 Brenden Wilde #6 Zach Wilde #B52 Michael Bischoff #91M Jackson Moffett #8B Jack Croaker #14 Tom Egeland #4 Tee Young #33 Murray Temple #12 Brayden Pengilly #40 Lawrence Veralrud #92 Mitch Mack #25 Cory Mack #22 Tanner Wisk #12B Rick Bates 8/29


  • Cottage Grove Speedway OR)Don't forget folks that in a little over a week the “Greatest Show On Dirt” will return to Cottage Grove Speedway for the World Of Outlaws. The Wednesday September 9th event will be the one and only race in the state of Oregon in 2015 for the tour. It will be their first trip back since 2013. Good seats are still available so don't miss out. Press Releases8/29
  • Atomic Speedway OH)This Saturday, August 29 Atomic Speedway will host a full race card of 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars, AMRA Super Late Models, Brushcreek Legends, and the first visit of the United States Auto Club HPD Midgets. Saturday night’s sprint winner will earn a provisional for the Seneca Energy Freedom 40 on October 3. Press Releases8/29
  • Joey Saldana)The opening night of Oil City Cup competition got underway tonight at Castrol Raceway in Edmonton under clear skies, with no rain in sight. A nice welcome for the World of Outlaws who encountered two rain outs during their last trip across the northern border. On a track where the Motter team drew a number late in the time trial order which might have presented a pretty big hurdle for most, Joey Saldana, in true ‘Bullet’ form, wheeled the Motter Equipment HE&M Saw Beltline Body Shop Sprint Car to the No. 3 qualifying position, tying Donny Schatz’s 13.398-second time. Press Releases8/29
  • Aaron Reutzel)Aaron Reutzel has been oh so close to a big money win in the winged 360-ci ranks on a number of occasions. The Clute, TX, driver finally broke through that barrier by racing to victory lane in Sunday night’s High Roller Classic atop Sedalia’s ½-mile Missouri State Fair Speedway aboard the Shark-powered BC Fundz/Basic One Services No. 87 Triple X Sprint Car. Reutzel’s 11th overall win of the year was worth $13,000. Press Releases8/29

Friday  August 28th 2015 

Nothing is permanent in this wicked world - not even our troubles. Charlie Chaplin



  • Crash Pad)It will never happen to you... until it does. Put your butt in a better place with the Right Stuff between you and a hard landing. Reduce your Risk of Spinal Injury when Stuff Happens. New information, Dealer and Secure Online Ordering at Better Now than After.8/28
  • NSL)The initial pre-entry list for the Jackson Nationals sees a total of 33 410 sprint cars already, with the event still a week away! The event will run September 5 and 6, and will feature a total purse of $130,000! Saturday night’s FVP National Sprint League main event will pay $25,000 to win, $10,000 for second and $1,000 to start. National Sprint League 8/28
  • Shane Stewart)For the second time this season, the Larson Marks Racing team with driver Shane Stewart will travel to Canada to compete with the World of Outlaws. Just one of three Canadian events in July was completed with Stewart charging from a 16th-place starting position to a 10th-place finish at Ohsweken Speedway in Ontario. Press Releases8/28
  • Column)Danny Burton has notes from Kokomo Speedway Smack Down in Hoosier Race Report 8/28

Thursday  August 27th 2015 

"What a race, you can't believe what this means to an old man like me." Todd Shaffer



  • USAC)AMSOIL USAC NATIONAL SPRINT CAR RACE RESULTS: August 27, 2015 - Kokomo, Indiana - Kokomo Speedway - "Sprint Car Smackdown IV"  FEATURE: (30 laps) 1. Robert Ballou., 2. Chase Stockon, 3. Brady Bacon, 4. Kyle Cummins, 5. Brady Short, 6. Jerry Coons Jr., 7. Chris Windom, 8. Thomas Meseraull, 9. Kevin Thomas Jr., 10. Scotty WeirUSAC 8/27


  • Team Turner)Team Turner Racing had an extra week to celebrate their first Sprint Car win thanks to Mother Nature, but got back on track last Friday. Now Jamie Turner and sons Cory and Ryan are ready to race again this Friday, and carry on a family tradition too. Press Releases8/27
  • NCRA)Officials with the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products have announced an addition to the series sprint car schedule as the 2015 season is winding down. The new addition is set for Saturday night, September 12, at Junction Motor Speedway in McCool Junction, Nebraska in a co-sanctioned event with the Carpet Land Nebraska 360 sprint car series.This now brings to a total of three events remaining on the current sprint car schedule and this event will come one week after the tours stop at 81 Speedway in Park City on September 5. For more information on the NCRA sprint car series including updated schedule, results, point standings and more, check out their revamped website, call the series office (316) 755-1781 or check out their facebook page NCRA Racing Series. 8/27
  • Column)Pat & Bruce Eckel have notes from Bloomington Finale & Coles County By Way Of Macon A Typical Weekend8/27
  • Mark Dobmeier)Mark Dobmeier overcame a rough qualifying effort to finish fifth last Friday with the World of Outlaws in his hometown River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks, North Dakota. The weekend was capped by a seventh place run with the FVP National Sprint League at Huset’s Speedway in South Dakota Sunday. If Mark can win at Knoxville Raceway this Saturday with the NSL, he will be eligible for the $25,000 DeBerg Concrete Triple Crown Challenge with a win at the Jackson Nationals in Minnesota on Saturday, September 5. Press Releases8/27



  • Photos)Photos by Steve Koletar & Kris Keath from Legends of Central PA Sprint Car Racing at Lincoln Speedway Wednesday are in SpeedShotz.8/27
  • Jerrod Hull)Jerrod Hull and the Heartland Trailer Manufacturing #12 team picked up a pair of wins (career wins 17 and 18) last weekend with the Sprint Invaders. The victories came on Friday at the Lee County Speedway in Donnellson, Iowa and Sunday at Quincy Raceways in Illinois. The team has the Bill Waite Jr. Memorial at LaSalle Speedway in Illinois on this week’s calendar. Press Releases8/27
  • DJ Netto)With big races taking center stage in California, and the end of the King of the West season on the horizon, DJ Netto is excited to announce that his DJ Netto Racing team and Kaeding Performance will be teaming up starting with this weekend’s 55th Annual Johnny Key Classic. Press Releases8/27
  • NSL)See a 900 horsepower fire breathing 410 sprint car up close in Moberly, Missouri on Friday! Come see the, Big Game Treestands, Eyecon Trail Cameras, MC Power, Trophy Pursuit #2 sprint car of Danny Lasoski from 1-3 p.m. Friday at the “Break Time” Convenience Store on the east side of Moberly on Highway 24! National Sprint League 8/27
  • NSL)One of the most anticipated racing events of the year is almost upon us! Sunday night, August 30, the FVP National Sprint League takes on the Bumper to Bumper IRA sprints at the beautiful Angell Park Speedway in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin! A large field of sprint cars is anticipated to clash at the 1/3-mile oval, and the all open wheel event will also feature the Badger Midgets! National Sprint League 8/27
  • Lance Dewease)Twin Twenties at Williams Grove Speedway this past Friday night proved to be a turning point for LD and the Dietz Motorsports crew. LD timed in third and was locked into the first feature of the night. After the invert pill was drawn, he was set to start second. Press Releases8/27
  • Oswego Speedway NY)Another set of bonuses have been added to the Budweiser International Classic Weekend purse and contingency list for both the Novelis Supermodifieds and the Pathfinder Bank SBS. A $400 ‘Last Car Running’ Bonus will be awarded to the last car running at the conclusion of the Budweiser International Classic 200 on Sunday, September 6, while a $100 ‘Last Car Running’ bonus will be awarded to the last car running at the conclusion of the Bud Light SBS Classic 75 on Saturday, September 5. Press Releases8/27
  • J&J Auto Racing)The summer has been filled with many highlights for J&J Auto Racing teams at dirt tracks all across the map. Donny Schatz added a pair of World of Outlaws wins, while his Tony Stewart Racing teammate Steve Kinser defeated the All-Stars. Eric Riggins, Jr., Carl Bowser, Adam Kekich, Matt Hope, Doug Hammaker, and Dan McCarron were also winners last week in J&J's. Press Releases8/27
  • STARS)Mario Clouser, the native Auburn, Illinois driver, started on the pole of the D’Arcy GMC Short Track Auto Racing Series (STARS) feature race and led all 40 laps in claiming his second feature win of the season. Press Releases8/27
  • Team ILP)Inside Line Promotions pilots Seth Bergman, Danny Lasoski, Giovanni Scelzi and Cody Freeman scored feature victories last weekend. Bergman swept the ASCS Gulf South Region doubleheader on Friday at Heart O' Texas Speedway in Waco, Texas, and on Saturday at Cotton Bowl Speedway in Paige, Texas, to set a season high with 11 wins. He capped the weekend by finishing fifth on Sunday at Missouri State Fair Speedway in Sedalia, Mo., during the High Roller Classic with the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour. Press Releases8/27
  • Column)Danny Burton has notes from Lincoln Park Speedway in Hoosier Race Report 8/27
  • IRA)Six weekends, and nine events remain on a remarkably successful, and highly entertaining schedule before the 2015 season goes into the record books. The highly competitive field has seen a diverse group of winners make their way to victory lane as some 13 different drivers have had the thrill of taking the checkered flag first. IRA 8/27
  • Cory Haas)The 2015 season will continue for Cory Haas this Friday and Saturday with a pair of events back on the central Pennsylvania circuit. Haas, driver of the familiar Michael Barshinger Builder, Embee & Son, Inc, York P-B Truss, Inc., #11C, will revisit Williams Grove Speedway and Lincoln Speedway this Friday and Saturday; routine stops for the York native. Action begins at Williams Grove Speedway on Friday night, August 28, followed by a trek to the Lincoln Speedway on Saturday, August 29. Haas will enter the weekend with a recent top-ten finish at each of his upcoming destinations. Press Releases8/27
  • Badger)The 69th season of auto racing at Angell Park Speedway concludes this Sunday Night Aug. 30. The FVP National Sprint League (NSL), IRA Bumper to Bumper Outlaws Sprint Cars Series co-sanctioned event and The Zimbrick Chevrolet of Sun Prairie/Mid-State Equipment Badger Midget Racing Series headline the racing events at the 1/3-mile clay oval. The event is also one of the “National Sprint Car Museum Madness” programs. The museum will be giving away over thirty sprint car-related prizes from its museum store to many lucky fans in attendance. The museum booth will feature the 2015-16 raffle car and other facility information. Grandstands open at 4:30 pm, practice and qualifying beginning at 6:00 pm, with racing to follow.8/27
  • Waynesfield Raceway Park OH)Champions will be crowned this Saturday night, August 29th at Waynesfield Raceway Park in Waynesfield, Ohio. After a season that saw some of the best racing in the tracks history, drivers will have one last chance to come away with the point’s championship. In the Buckeye Machine Non Wings, Bradford, Ohio driver Luke Hall leads the standings by just 20 points over defending track champion Kyle Simon. Press Releases8/27

Wednesday  August 26th 2015 

Health food may be good for the conscience but Oreos taste a hell of a lot better. Robert Redford



  • Lincoln Speedway PA)Technically, it was his sixth Lincoln win and the 197th of his storied career. But Lincoln Speedway and Fred Rahmer Promotions will let it to the pundits as to whether it counts. But for Todd Shaffer, his win in Wednesday night’s “Legends of Central PA Sprint Car Racing” feature event was one that he will cherish for the rest of his days. Danny Dietrich continued his hot streak by claiming two of the six match races and taking home the winner-take-all $10,000 among the six drivers elected by the fans through on-line voting. Central PA  8/26
  • USAC)It had been since September of 2013 since Chris Windom had won on the AMSOIL Sprint Car National Championship tour, but the Canton, Illinois driver ended that slump as he held off Dave Darland for victory in Wednesday night's 30-lap Feature event postponed from the July 11th "Indiana Sprint Week" event. The race precedes "Sprint Car Smackdown IV" weekend at Kokomo Speedway, with three more nights ahead culminating with Saturday's $10,000-to-win main event. USAC 8/26
  • I-90 Speedway SD)Dusty Ballenger's name comes to mind pretty quickly when associating I-90 Speedway and Sprint Car racing. Ballenger has 20 career wins in the 360s at Hartford. He was also the division's track champion over three consecutive seasons (2009-2011). Ballenger returned to the track earlier this month to race in the new Coffee Cup IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car class. Now three weeks later, Ballenger has his first non-360 Sprint Car win at I-90.Race Results  8/26


  • Ohsweken Speedway ONT)Ohsweken Speedway's 20th season of racing continues this Friday, August 28 when Best Western Cairn Croft Hotel and Grand River Powersports present the rescheduled Art Hill Memorial Night. The event will feature the "Art Hill Memorial 42" for HRW Automotive Mini Stocks, plus Corr/Pak Merchandising 360 Sprint Cars, Strickland's GMC Crate Sprint Cars, Affordable Towing & Recovery Thunder Stocks, and Gale's Auto Aftermarket Bombers. Press Releases8/26
  • Wayne Johnson)Wayne Johnson has been suffering with an illness since the Knoxville Nationals, but he managed a solid sixth place finish last weekend in his #77x at the Missouri State Fair Speedway in Sedalia. The Knoxville, Iowa driver has been suffering from bronchitis. Press Releases8/26
  • NSL)The ticket prices for the 2015 Jackson Nationals have been announced! This two day, FVP National Sprint League event kicks off on Friday September 4th and finishes with a $25,000 to win, $1,000 to start A Main on Saturday September 5th. National Sprint League 8/26
  • Fast Four Media)Kyle Larson Racing is proud to announce that Fast Four Media will be the official live streaming partner of the inaugural Kyle Larson's Outlaw Kart Showcase Presented by ParkerStore. The race will air live on starting at 5 p.m., ET on Tuesday, September 8. The live pay-per-view video will cost $15 if purchased prior to 8:59pm, ET on September 5. If purchased after that time, the cost will increase to $20. Pay-per-view coverage will also feature Monday's live practice sessions. Press Releases8/26
  • Bryan Clauson)Bryan Clauson and the Matt Wood Racing #17w team racked up a pair of top tens last weekend with the FVP National Sprint League at Fairmont Raceway in Minnesota, and at the Huset’s Speedway near Brandon, South Dakota. This weekend, brings three nights of excitement and three vastly different venues. The series visits Randolph County Raceway near Moberly, Missouri on Friday, Knoxville Raceway in Iowa Saturday, and Angell Park Speedway in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin on Sunday. Press Releases8/26
  • Joe Trenca)Joe Trenca captured a career-best result in a 410ci sprint car on Tuesday at New Egypt Speedway. Trenca powered the Mucci Motorsports entry to a 13th-place result during the Jersey Rush V, which was only his fifth 410 event of the season. Press Releases8/26



  • ESS)Everything went Matt Tanner’s way on Tuesday night at the I-88 Speedway in the Earl Halaquist Memorial for the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints. The Stephentown, N.Y., driver lost the lead early but later prevailed to win the $2,550 top for his third career series win the race presented by Mach-1 Chassis. Race Results  8/26
  • USAC)Racing past “Chargin” Charles Davis Jr. on lap eleven, R.J. Johnson of Laveen, Arizona led the rest of the way to claim the Dodge City Raceway Park finale of the “3rd Annual Freedom Tour.” For Johnson, the $2,500 USAC SouthWest Sprint Car triumph was his eighth victory of the campaign as he was followed by Ryan Bernal, Davis, “The Magic Man” Mike Martin, and Shon Deskins. USAC 8/26
  • USAC)Staring on the pole position, “The Magic Man” Mike Martin of Yuma, Arizona led wire-to-wire to claim the $2,500 victory at 81 Speedway in Wichita, Kansas. The Friday night USAC SouthWest Sprint Car “Freedom Tour” triumph was Martin’s second win of the campaign. “Chargin’” Charles Davis Jr., Josh Hodges, high-point driver Brady Bacon, and Ryan Bernal followed “The Magic Man” to the finish line. USAC 8/26
  • Column)Danny Burton has notes from the Sheldon Kinser Memorial in Hoosier Race Report 8/26


  • Cody Wampler)Cody Wampler registered his fourth straight top-five finish last Saturday at Lawton Speedway. "We fought for a top five," he said. "It was kind of a crazy night. For what transpired we were happy to get back to fifth." Press Releases8/26
  • Channin Tankersley)Channin Tankersley described last weekend as "eventful." Tankersley was involved in incidents each night during the ASCS Gulf South Region doubleheader, which resulted in him dropping to third in the championship standings - 47 points out of the lead - with only two races remaining this season. Press Releases8/26
  • Oswego Speedway NY)The leader of lap 100 in this year’s 59th annual Budweiser International Classic 200 for Novelis Supermodifieds at Oswego Speedway will earn an extra $1,500 in cash thanks to Dushore, PA’s Insinger Performance. Press Releases8/26
  • TJ Michael)“410” sprint car rookie T.J. Michael has been on a tear during the second half of 2015, recording multiple top-ten and top-five finishes at several different Ohio venues. Michael, a Plano, Texas native who settles in Fremont, Ohio during the summer months, recently added two more top-ten finishes, including one top-five performance, to his recent success stretch. The high school senior finished sixth during a $3,000-to-win program at Attica Raceway Park in Attica, Ohio on Friday night, August 21. Press Releases8/26
  • Josh Schneiderman)After a tough Knoxville Nationals that saw an exciting ending, Josh Schneiderman and the Deuce Motorsports #49 team got back in action with the three-night Sprint Invaders Nationals last weekend. The highlight was a second place finish at the 34 Raceway near West Burlington, Iowa on Saturday. This weekend, will see the team battling with the FVP National Sprint League on Season Championship Night at the Knoxville Raceway. Press Releases8/26
  • Andy Gregg)For years, Andy Gregg and the No. 16x machine were a staple in the Golden State. Teaming up with Bret Ervin full time in 2011, the 16x number was set aside, and Gregg moved forward with the No. 53 with Ervin and then with his own Personal car. Friday night that changes, as Gregg will return to the track with his Vegas themed GUTS Racing No. 16x machine as he competes at the Silver Dollar Speedway in Chico, CA. Press Releases8/26
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  • Robbie Price)Getting back to the dirt after a weekend of racing on the pavement, Robbie Price would pick up a Top-10 finish while competing at the Grays Harbor Raceway in Elma, WA. “It was a so-so night,” Price said. “I have certainly had much worse nights of racing, but I have also had better nights too.” Press Releases8/26
  • Harli White)Shedding her wings last week, Harli White competed with the USAC Soutwest Region during the annual Freedom Tour, running through Oklahoma and Kansas. “It felt great to be back running in a non-winged sprint car,” White said. “It is my favorite form of racing, and I was pleased with how we did.” Press Releases8/26
  • Joe Hunt Wingless)With all the pomp and circumstance for the winged portion of Saturday night’s 55th Annual Johnny Key Classic at the Ocean Speedway, the Wingless Series Presented by Joe Hunt Magnetos will also be racing for extra money thanks to Jason Newton and 35 Industries. KoW, JH Wingless, Civil War 8/26
  • Susquehanna Speedway Park PA)Racing action returns to the Big Track at SSP on Saturday night, August 29 with the final Double Figure 8 Race of the season. Racing action will also include the BRC Late Models, Street Stocks, Xtreme Stock Cars, Road Warriors, Mini Vans and the PA Sprint Series. The EMMR Vintage Cars on the original schedule was an error and they will appear on Saturday night, September 5. Central PA 8/26
  • Brian Brown)Brian Brown and the Casey’s General Stores/FVP #21 team found some speed in a pair of strong finishes last weekend. Friday, the team placed fourth with the FVP National Sprint League at a fast Fairmont Raceway in Minnesota. On Sunday, the led much of the way in Lucas Oil ASCS National Series action before finishing second. This weekend will see a trio of races with the NSL. On Friday, the series visits the Randolph County Raceway near Moberly, Missouri, before moving on to the Knoxville Raceway in Iowa Saturday, and Angell Park Speedway in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin Sunday. Press Releases8/26
  • NSL)The FVP National Sprint League roars into the Knoxville Raceway for the final time in 2015 this Saturday night, August 29! It will be Season Championship night for the Knoxville Championship Cup Series with $5,000 going to the winner of the 25-lap NSL main event! National Sprint League 8/26
  • National Open Kick-It)The field is nearly set and teams are charging forward with their plans to win this year’s National Open Kick-It Tournament. Will anyone be able to dethrone the three time champion NSCBBA Kick-It team!? Each year it gets tougher for the Brew Crew to hold onto the title. There are many new and returning teams and players ready to raise even more money and have a blast playing kickball while doing it.Central PA 8/26
  • Antioch Speedway CA)The always action packed & unpredictable Antioch Speedway will play host to the “Greatest Show on Dirt” in just a couple short weeks, when the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series converges at the track on Sunday September 13. Press Releases8/26
  • Oswego Speedway NY)As the countdown continues toward the 59th running of the Budweiser International Classic 200 at Oswego Speedway on Sunday, September 6, we look back at the next historic Classic driver on our list – two-time Classic champion, Doug Didero In a Classic driving career that dates back to 1985, Didero established himself as a Classic threat very early in his career, but did not manage to find victory lane until teaming with Skip Matczak. Press Releases8/26

Tuesday  August 25th 2015 

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  • ESS)Afton NY...#90 Matt Tanner #00 Danny Varin #87 Jason Barney #33 Mike Mahaney #53 Shawn Donath #19k Paul Kinney #69k Chad Miller #1q Thomas Radivoy #10c Paulie Colagiovanni #7k Kyle Pitts #99 Tim Axton #2h Steve Hutchinson #87s George Suprick #3 Denny Peebles #67 Pete Richardson #10 Jeff Cook #45 Chuck Hebing #61 Parker Evans #5 Justin Barger #75 Tommy Wichkam #2 Dave Axton #27d Doug Crews #6k Kyle Dutcher 8/25
  • CRSA)Afton NY...#19em Emily VanInwegan #25w Dana Wagner #99 Mike Kiser #07 Brett Jaycox #29 Dalton Herrick #4s Kyle Smith #30 Scott Goodrich #17 John Matrafailo #41j Josh Flint #6h JR Hulburt #77f Cody Flach #1R Christian Rumsey #1 Brian Krummel #3p Josh Pieniazek #83 Dustin Purdy #88c Chad Miller #10 Kelly Hebing #3a Warren Alexson #53 David French #91 Dan Hennessy #99j Matthew Jones #1Q Thomas Radivoy #61 Parker Evans 8/25
  • Jersey Rush V)The fifth running of the JERSEY RUSH, on Tuesday night, at the New Egypt Speedway was nothing short of spectacular with Greg Hodnett winning a thriller over JJ Grasso and Duane Howard beating out Billy Pauch Jr. to win the modified feature. Hodnett of Thomasville, PA led all thirty laps of the 410 sprint feature but was pressured throughout the second half of the race, with Grasso in the hunt. Hodnett earned $5,000 for the victory, his first ever 410 sprint car win at New Egypt.Central PA  8/25


  • Edmonton ALB/SLS Promotions)The Oil City Cup at Castrol Raceway in Edmonton has become a tradition for the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series. For the ninth consecutive year, the best sprint car drivers in the world will visit the three-eighths-mile clay oval in Alberta for the two-night event. Press Releases8/25
  • Scotty Thiel)Coming off a long break due to Mother Nature and the Knoxville Nationals, the Scott Thiel Motorsports team was more than anxious to get back racing! A three day weekend was set for the team as Friday night kicked off the Kenosha County Fair Special at Wilmot Raceway. Scotty charged his way to the top spot early on but fell short at the end and settled for a 2nd place finish. Saturday night was back at Wilmot and Scotty charged from 13th to 6th in the main and would then follow that performance up on Sunday night at Angell Park Speedway in Sun Prairie, WI for the annual Corn Fest event. Thiel would charge from the 4th spot to capture his second podium finish for the weekend with a 2nd place finish. Press Releases8/25
  • Inside Lane)This week’s edition of “The Inside Lane” on ESPN 92.3 FM presented by Custom Metal Coating with Steve Inch and Todd Steward will air a special broadcast live from Lincoln Speedway at 5 p.m. (EST) Wednesday, Aug. 26, as part of the Fred Rahmer Promotions “Legends of Central Pennsylvania” Sprint Car Show! Inch and Steward will provide live updates and interviews from 5-6 p.m. Listen on ESPN 92.3 FM (Selinsgrove, Pa.), or stream the show at or on the 92.3 ESPN App. Press Releases8/25
  • NSL)Add another National Sprint Car Hall of Famer to the mix for the Jackson Nationals at Jackson Speedway in Minnesota, Friday and Saturday, September 4 and 5! Sammy Swindell has confirmed that he will be in attendance at the event sanctioned by the FVP National Sprint League aboard the CJB Motorsports #1! The sprint car legend, backed by the newly formed team of CJB Motorsports and Mainstream Holdings, Inc., will debut a new paint scheme while competing in the biggest weekend in Jackson Speedway history!!National Sprint League 8/25
  • NSL)Details have been finalized for the richest weekend purse in both the 61 year history of the Jackson Speedway and for the 2015 season for the FVP National Sprint League! The two-day Jackson Nationals presented by GOMUDDY.COM in Jackson, Minnesota will be Labor Day weekend, Friday, September 4 and Saturday, September 5. The total purse will exceed $130,000 with Saturday’s Jackson Nationals finale paying $25,000 to the winner, $10,000 for second, and $1,000 to start the event! This all-sprint show will also feature 360 sprint cars! National Sprint League 8/25
  • Mercer Raceway Park PA)Saturday night, August 29, at Mercer Raceway Park will be the final night of points, so the divisional champions will be announced at the conclusion of each feature event. The drivers will be going for broke, as each pass on the track will be worth twice as much/ And, before the green flag drops, the fans will get the chance to meet and greet their favorites and provide them with the needed encouragement. The Meet Your Heroes promotion is made possible by Herr's, the official snack food of Mercer Raceway Park. Press Releases8/25
  • Brock Zearfoss)Brock Zearfoss will prepare for a routine weekend in the “Keystone State” this Friday and Saturday with planned reappearances at the Williams Grove Speedway and Port Royal Speedway. The “Jonestown Jet” has been an active competitor at both Pennsylvania half-mile ovals and will continue to log laps in preparation for larger events later in the season. Zearfoss will visit Williams Grove Speedway on Friday, August 28, and Port Royal Speedway on Saturday, August 29. Press Releases8/25
  • HoserVille Ohio and Millstream Speedway teamed up for Bulldog Strong Day last Sunday as the UNOH All Stars were in town. The day was dedicated to raising money for the Kevin Swindell Recovery Fund. Swindell, known as the Bulldog, was recently injured at the famed Knoxville Nationals, has a long road to recovery so the day was created to help out the family. Even though mother nature ended the program very earlier, $805 was raised to that point. The silent auctions under the grandstand and pit side were still going on as the rains hit. Since the time frames stated for the auctions were not expired, the decision was made to continue the silent auctions on September 27th when the UNOH All Stars return to the track. This is the only fair way to let people still bid on the items they were trying to win and to raise the best potential money we can for the recovery fund. A huge thanks to Jac, Sheldon, and Patty Haudenschild, for the live auction items we sold, and to Renegade Racing Fuels, Classic Ink, and all the others who donated items for the silent auctions. A huge thanks to all that donated money and bought items before the rains hit. Danny Smith was selling t-shirts rapidly as well with the money going to the fund as well. Please come out as we continue our fund raiser September 27th at Millstream Speedway. 8/25
  • Column)Duane Hancock has notes from Attica, Butler and Millstream in Tri-State Outlook8/25
  • Joey Saldana)As Joey Saldana and the Motter Equipment HE&M Saw Beltline Body Shop team prepare to drive across the northern border into Canada to compete for the Oil City Cup, they hope that Mother Nature stands down. Approximately four weeks ago, the World of Outlaws teams were in Canada for three events, two of which rained out. Press Releases8/25
  • Jack Dover)Jack Dover is headed to one of his favorite tracks this weekend while in command of the Carpetland Nebraska 360 Sprints championship standings. Dover owns an 11-point advantage with only five races remaining for the series entering this Friday's event at I-80 Speedway in Greenwood, Neb. Press Releases8/25
  • Jamie Ball)Jamie Ball powered to a pair of top 10s last weekend during a Sprint Invaders tripleheader. "It was definitely a good team effort," he said. "We ran well. The results didn't show what we hoped for, but we had moments we were quick and found some areas we can work on." Press Releases8/25
  • Seth Bergman)Seth Bergman swept last weekend's ASCS Gulf South Region doubleheader to establish a new season-high for victories. Bergman's pair of regional triumphs, which give him 11 trips to Victory Lane this year, also netted him a $1,000 bonus. Press Releases8/25
  • Brandon Hanks)Brandon Hanks had one of his most frustrating weekends of the season last Friday and Saturday in Texas. "It wasn't a good weekend, but that's just part of racing," he said. Hanks and the David Smith Racing team were plagued by a mechanical problem throughout Friday's ASCS Gulf South Region event at Heart O' Texas Speedway in Waco. Press Releases8/25
  • Valvoline Raceway AU)This time last year the promise of a brand new era for the iconic once Parramatta City Raceway now Valvoline Raceway beckoned a new legion and an existing core base of fans into a new and exciting world. With Made Too Go PL purchasing the ownership and management rights to the Speedway (in August 2014) and with only six weeks until the start of the 2014/2015 season it was hectic to say the least in the transition. Press Releases8/25
  • Brent Marks)Brent Marks continues to display consistency in 2015, racking up four more consecutive top-ten finishes while in action in central Pennsylvania. The Myerstown, Pennsylvania native is pleased with performance, but still expresses some disappointment. The driver of the familiar Brent Marks Racing, BAPS Auto Paint & Supplies, Creekside Auto Sales, Fredericksburg Eagle Hotel, Diamond Toyota, Russell Heller Builders, #19M has yet to find victory lane this season, but hopes to change that soon and add a few checks in the “W” column. Press Releases8/25
  • Carl Bowser)While five wins on the season is an accomplishment, Carl Bowser reached a career milestone on Friday, August 21st with his victory at Lernerville Speedway. The win was Bowser’s 19th at the ‘Action Track’, moving him into a tie for 10th on Lernerville’s All Time Winner’s List with Mark Cassella and Ted Wise. Starting from the pole after a second place heat race finish, Bowser rocketed to the lead on Friday before facing two cautions and restarts. Bowser was able to pull away from the field for his fifth win of 2015. Press Releases8/25
  • Oswego Speedway NY)As preparations continue for the 59th running of the Budweiser International Classic 200 on Sunday, September 6, a healthy list of Supermodified veterans and newcomers are looking to make their mark on the ‘Steel Palace’ come Labor Day Weekend. Press Releases8/25
  • Ryan Smith)Ryan Smith had a successful debut at a pair of tracks in Michigan last weekend with the UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions. Smith opened the weekend on Friday at I-96 Speedway in Lake Odessa by qualifying fifth quickest. Unfortunately, that put him in a tough spot. Press Releases8/25
  • Dale Blaney)Dale Blaney powered to a pair of top 10s last weekend during a UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions doubleheader to maintain a sizeable lead in the championship standings. Blaney and the Mainstream Holdings, Inc., backed CH Motorsports team hold a 213-point advantage with 10 races remaining this season following a sixth-place result last Friday at I-96 Speedway in Lake Odessa, Mich., and a ninth-place finish on Saturday at Butler Speedway. Press Releases8/25
  • World of Outlaws)The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series heads north of the border this weekend for the series' final trip to Canada in 2015. The annual Oil City Cup at Castrol Raceway showcases two days of racing action in Edmonton, Alberta. As the series takes on Castrol, a tight battle for the third through sixth place positions in the championship standings is shaping up. Just 84 points separate the four positions as all four of those drivers are hitting their stride in the season. DIRT/World of Outlaws8/25
  • Austen Wheatley)Austen Wheatley posted his best-ever World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series result last Sunday to cap a busy week. Wheatley garnered a seventh-place result at Nodak Speedway, which marked his first top 10 with the series since 2012. Press Releases8/25
  • Derek Hagar)Derek Hagar is seeking his first win of the season at one of his home tracks this weekend. Hagar, who has eight feature victories overall this year, will tackle I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Ark., on Saturday in an effort to return to Victory Lane there for the first time since registering two wins at the quarter-mile bullring in April 2014. Press Releases8/25
  • Danny Lasoski)Danny Lasoski continued his tear in the Midwest last weekend as he led Big Game Motorsports to its seventh FVP National Sprint League feature victory this season. The win kicked off a two-race weekend that culminated in a pair of podium finishes for the Muddy backed team, which has earned 13 podiums in 18 races with the series. Lasoski holds an 888-point advantage in the championship standings with 10 races remaining. Press Releases8/25
  • Johnny Herrera)Johnny Herrera returned to Missouri State Fair Speedway last Sunday for the first time in a decade. "It wasn't too bad," he said. "We drew decent and put ourselves in position to get in the redraw. I started on the outside of the front row with (Brad) Loyet. I think everybody that won a heat race won off the pole. It was hard to get a good start on the outside." Press Releases8/25
  • Mark Burch Motorsports)Mark Burch Motorsports and Danny Lasoski recorded their best World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series feature result together last week at Junction Motor Speedway. The duo scored a ninth-place result on Tuesday at the ultra-fast track, which was their first top 10 with the series since September 2013. Press Releases8/25



  • NWWT)The Northwest Wingless Tour returned to Cottage Grove Speedway on Saturday August 22nd. It would be the first time since late June the Non-Wing 360 Sprints had been to the historic 1/4-mile clay oval. Eighteen drivers were on hand representing the states of Oregon, Washington, as well as Massachusetts. Race Results  8/25
  • USAC)As has been the case in each of the three previous editions, this week's "Sprint Car Smackdown IV" at Kokomo Speedway will be bolstered by a long list of prizes and cash bonuses on top of an already-stout purse, concluding with Saturday's $10,000-to-win 40-lap event. Along with awards for nearly every event on the agenda for the weekend, laps are still filling up at $100 each to pay the top-five on each of the 100 feature laps over the weekend. USAC 8/25
  • NSL)It has been 25 years since the high banks of Randolph County Raceway heard the echo of 410 winged sprints. The roar will be heard again this Friday night, August 28 when the FVP National Sprint League descends! The much anticipated event on the high banks east of Moberly, Missouri makes up for a washed out attempt last May. National Sprint League 8/25
  • Civil War)With all qualifying races completed, the stage is set for Saturday night as the Civil War Series presented by Flowmaster invades the Ocean Speedway to take on the Ocean Sprints presented by Taco Bravo during the 55th Annual Johnny Key Classic. Press Releases8/25
  • Eldora Speedway OH)Improved roadways and 350 new campsites have been added to Eldora Village in time for the 45th World 100 on September 10-11-12 at Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio. The gravel roads were also added for the Northside Camp and Park. The roads will make it easier for the thousands of campers Eldora attracts throughout the year. Press Releases8/25
  • Ryan Bernal)Ryan Bernal and his Mike Phulps Motorsports team participated with the USAC Southwest Series during the Freedom Tour last week, and after having mechanical issues during the opener, Bernal would pick up three top-five finishes including a pair of second place efforts. Press Releases8/25
  • Jason Statler)Fresh off of a Silver Dollar Speedway Top-Five, Jason Stater and his DF Rios Motorsports team made a return trip to the speedway on Friday night and picked up a second place finish. “My guys gave me a great car all night long, and I was pleased with our second place finish,” Jason Statler explained. Press Releases8/25
  • Mason Moore)Still working on getting back into racing shape after being out for a little over two months, Mason Moore raced his way to a seventh place finish at the Silver Dollar Speedway on Friday night. Press Releases8/25
  • Brad Loyet)It was a rough Knoxville Nationals for Brad Loyet and the Vacuworx Global #o5 team, but they bounced back with a podium finish with the Lucas Oil ASCS Series at the Missouri State Fair Speedway in Sedalia last Sunday. This weekend, the Sunset Hills, Missouri driver is planning a trio of events including FVP National Sprint League events in Moberly, Missouri Friday and Sun Prairie, Wisconsin Sunday. Those events sandwich the MOWA/IRA Bill Waite Jr. Memorial at LaSalle Speedway in Illinois Saturday. Press Releases8/25
  • Tim Kaeding)San Jose, CA driver, Tim Kaeding, had a strong showing with the Nationals Sprint League over the weekend that culminated with a third place effort at the Huset’s Speedway on Sunday night. “We had great speed Friday and Sunday night, and I am very happy we landed on the podium at Huset’s,” Tim Kaeding said. Press Releases8/25
  • Ian Madsen)Getting back to the NSL schedule over the weekend, Ian Madsen would finish in the second spot on Friday night at the Fairmont Raceway before finishing fifth during a make up race at the Huset’s Speedway on Sunday night, making it four consecutive Top-Five finishes with the NSL Series. Press Releases8/25
  • David Gravel)Competing in the home state of his Destiny Motorsports car owners, David Gravel picked up a seventh place finish on Friday night at the River Cities Speedway, and was well on his way to a podium finish on Sunday night at the Nodak Speedway until he became a fuel victim during a caution plagued feature event. Press Releases8/25
  • Kerry Madsen)Riding the momentum from a very strong showing at the Knoxville Nationals, Kerry Madsen and his Keneric Racing/American Racing team earned their first World of Outlaws win of the season on Tuesday night at the Junction Motor Speedway in McCool Junction, NE. Press Releases8/25
  • NSL)It was another big weekend of racing for the FVP National Sprint League. Danny Lasoski won in front of a packed house at the Fairmont Raceway in Minnesota. Meanwhile, Dusty Zomer picked up his second NSL win of the season, taking $8,000 at Huset’s Speedway south of his hometown of Brandon, South Dakota on Sunday. Following are some notes from the weekend… National Sprint League 8/25
  • URSS)The United Rebel Sprint Series will make its final appearance of the 2015 racing season at Rolling Plains Motor Speedway this Saturday night as the action heats up in the Kansas Region Points races. Zach Blurton currently holds a slim ten point lead over Luke Cranston for the Kansas Region Title. As the season winds down every race is important for scoring points towards the Championship Press Releases8/25
  • Oswego Speedway NY)When Budweiser International Classic Weekend kicks-off on Friday, September 4, drivers in the Novelis Supermodified division will be vying for an additional $4,000 in Budweiser International Classic purse and contingency listings thanks to partner Total Seal High Performance Piston Rings. Press Releases8/25

Monday  August 24th 2015 

To succeed, you need to find something to hold on to, something to motivate you, something to inspire you. Tony Dorsett



  • Springfield IL)Although Mother Nature tried to throw a little rain toward the Illinois State Fairgrounds Saturday she wasn’t able to stop the 54th Bettenhausen 100 nor the continued hot streak of Kingsburg, California’s Kody Swanson who won his second consecutive race on the Illinois mile and 5 of the last 6 USAC Silver Crown races held on one-mile dirt tracks, the only one he failed to capture was last year’s Ted Horn 100 at DuQuoin, the next stop on the schedule. Press Releases8/24
  • Cody Bova)Mercer Raceway Park in Mercer, Pennsylvania will crown division champions for the 2015 season on Saturday evening, August 29, and Struthers, Ohio native Cody Bova intends to be one of them. Bova, a four-time main event winner at Mercer in 2015 aboard his familiar Bova Racing, J.S. Bova Excavating, #20B, 305ci sprint car, will enter the final weekend of points at Mercer Raceway Park with a 20 point advantage in the “Outlaw Sprint Warriors” standings. Press Releases8/24
  • ASCS Red River)With nine nights remaining for the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Red River Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products, the race for the 2015 championship is beginning to tighten up as the series prepares for a Lone Star sized double header at the Red River Speedway in Wichita Falls, Texas on Friday, August 28 and Abilene Speedway in Abilene, Texas on Saturday, August 29. ASCS 8/24
  • Plymouth Speedway IN)The World Series of Dirt will feature the fastest five classes of racing in the Midwest on Saturday, Sept. 12 at Plymouth Speedway, and it will also benefit a fellow driver. The 30-lap, 410/360 Winged Sprint event that evening will also be known as the #BulldogStrong30 as fans and drivers will be urged to gather donations for Sprint Car driver Kevin Swindell. The popular driver and four-time Chili Bowl National winner experienced injuries sustained in a crash during a qualifying heat race for the Knoxville Nationals. According to published reports, Swindell flipped his Winged Sprint at the start of the heat race on Aug. 13. The 26-year-old driver has since undergone two back surgeries at an Iowa hospital. He has reportedly been discharged from hospital care. Press Releases8/24
  • Triple X Race Co)Aaron Reutzel continues to lead the points in the Lucas Oil National Tour, on the strength of his sixth win over the tour this past Sunday night at Missouri State Fair Raceway in Sedalia. Aaron and his XXX chassis took home $13,000 for the win. All of us at Triple X Race Components want to congratulate Aaron, Shelby and Carson as well as the crew on the big win, along with our other Team XXX winners this past weekend. Adding their names to the win column this week were Greg Hodnett two times in PA (Williams Grove and Susquehanna), Doug Esh at Port Royal, Kyle Miller at Cottage Grove, Chase Viebrock at Princeton Speedway, Jay Cole at Grays Harbor Raceway, Derek Jonathan at Ohsweken, Jeff Day at RPM Speedway and Nick Kirkegaard in South Dakota. If you like big trophies and bigger paydays, XXX chassis are the choice for you! Our huge network of dealers is ready to serve you at, or reach us on the phone at 866.632.9925. Triple X Race Components – Race Hard! 8/24
  • Craig Dollansky)For the first time in a long time, 410 sprinters returned to Fairmont Raceway this past weekend as Craig Dollansky and the TKS Motorsports team took to the ½-mile with the National Sprint League as part of the Martin County Fair. Press Releases8/24
  • Richard Vander Weerd)Battling with the USAC West Coast 360 Series on Saturday night at the Santa Maria Speedway, Richard Vander Weerd worked hard en route to a fourth place finish. “We started up front, but I struggled early in the feature event,” Vander Weerd said. “As the race went on, the car got better and I was able to work back up to the fourth spot.” Press Releases8/24
  • Parker Price-Miller)Returning to action after a long Iowa Speedweek, Parker Price-Miller picked up a fifth place finish with the All Star Circuit of Champions on Saturday night at the Butler Speedway. “We ran at Attica on Friday night and struggled, but Saturday we were really fast all night, we just didn’t get through traffic very well,” Price-Miller said.Press Releases8/24
  • Sean Becker)Though his season has not been full of wins as he would have hoped, Sean Becker will look to lock up his fourth consecutive Silver Dollar Speedway Track Championship, fifth overall, this coming Friday night on the heels of a fourth place finish at the Speedway. Press Releases8/24
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  • Travis Rilat)Travis Rilat is heading back to Canada this weekend to compete at the 9th annual Oil City Cup. Rilat will team up with Richard Saumure this Friday and Saturday at Castrol Raceway in Edmonton, Alberta, for the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series doubleheader. It will be the duo's first trip back to the 3/8-mile oval since winning a race there in July. Press Releases8/24
  • Trey Starks)Trey Starks put together a solid outing during his debut at Castrol Raceway last weekend. Starks drove for Doug Rutz during the Extreme Cup at the 3/8-mile oval, where the action began on Friday with a seventh-place qualifying effort. Starks then maneuvered from fifth to second place in a heat race to advance into the dash, which he won to garner the pole for the preliminary night main event. Press Releases8/24
  • Jason Sides)Jason Sides captured his 11th top five of the season with the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series on Sunday to wrap up a busy week. Sides earned a fourth-place result at Nodak Speedway, which marked his first top five since July 4. Press Releases8/24
  • Sam Hafertepe Jr)Sam Hafertepe Jr. capped last weekend with a top-10 finish during the High Roller Classic. Hafertepe Jr. piloted the Keith Dobbs entry to a seventh-place result at the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour event at Missouri State Fair Speedway on Sunday to garner his sixth top 10 of the season. "It was really tough to pass with how fast the place is and how the track played out," he said. Press Releases8/24



  • IRA)Angell Park Speedway ‘s Sweet Corn Festival is a major community event in the town of Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, and this year the Bumper to Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprints were invited to partake in the major celebration. Jeremy Schultz would prove to be the class of the field. Once he captured the lead he spent the majority of the 30-lap A-main, hiding in lapped traffic out of reach of his rivals. It was simply a game of hide and seek, you could find Schultz, you just couldn’t catch him. IRA 8/24
  • Plymouth Dirt Track WI)Mitchel Yurmanovich and Ken Jay Fielder brought the Aldag Honald Mechanical Sprints to the green flag. Mitchel Yurmanovich pulled out ahead to lead lap one. Nich Melis, Paul Pokorksi and Shane Wenninger were three wide. Race Results  8/24
  • Susquehanna Speedway Park PA)Greg Hodnett of Thomasville took the checkers in the 410 Sprint Car 25 lapper in the Sunday Night Sprint Car Special at the Susquehanna Speedway Park. Grantville’s Doug Hammaker collected the 358 Sprint Car 20-lap feature race. Central PA 8/24
  • Badger)Series points leader David Budres captured the “Miller Lite Cornfest Racing Classic” 20-lap Zimbrick Chevrolet of Sun Prairie/Mid-State Equipment Badger Midget Series feature, Sunday Night at Angell Park Speedway. It was his first career feature victory at the track, after four career second place finishes, including three this season for the Beloit, WI driver. Brad Greenup jumped into the lead at the start of the race, while Budres passed three cars on the second lap moving into second place.Race Results  8/24
  • Columnm)Gaye Carmichael has notes from World of Outlaws at Minot, ND. Sprint Car Notes 8/24


  • Dakota Hendrickson)Climbing back aboard the Van Dyke Motorsports No. 5h entry for two nights of NSL action, Dakota Hendrickson would finish 15th at the Huset’s Speedway after battling a throttle linkage issue, and would finish 16th at the Fairmont Speedway. “It was an okay weekend, but we certainly would like to be fighting for better finishes,” Hendrickson said. Press Releases8/24
  • Andy Gregg)On a lightening fast Placerville Speedway surface on Saturday night, Andy Gregg picked up his ninth Top-Five finish of the season as he raced his way to a fifth place finish. “We were really fast all night, but the track stayed too good in the feature, and passing was extremely difficult,” Andy Gregg explained. “My guys did a great job and we were able to grab a few spots.” Press Releases8/24
  • Matt Peterson)For the second consecutive weekend, Matt Peterson raced his way to a fourth place finish at the high-banked Placerville Speedway. “Things have gone very well for our team the last few weekends, and I am very thankful to everyone that helps us out,” Matt Peterson said. Press Releases8/24
  • Steven Tiner)Making a last minute decision to head to the Placerville Speedway on Saturday night, Steven Tiner picked up an eighth place finish on a very fast and hooked up Placerville Speedway. “We went out early in time trials, and ended up timing in mid-pack, and that put us in a bit of a hole especially with the track staying as fast as it did,” Tiner said. Press Releases8/24
  • Greg DeCaires)Elk Grove, CA product, Greg DeCaires, celebrated in 48th birthday in style on Saturday night as he picked up his sixth win of the season aboard the Dale and Tara Miller owned No. 4SA machine. “I have a lot of people to thank for giving me the opportunity to do this, with the sponsors we have backing us, the crew, and especially Dale and Tara Miller,” DeCaires said. Press Releases8/24
  • Justin Sanders)2015 has been quite the season for Justin Sanders, and he still has races left. Over the weekend, Sanders completed yet another Ocean Speedway/Marysville Raceway weekend sweep has he now has 17 wins to his credit. “When have been in a groove all year long, and things seem to just be going our way,” Sanders said. “Saturday night we had some good fortune, and on Friday night we started up front and took care of business.” Press Releases8/24
  • OCRS)In what will be by far one of the largest events in series history, the Ameri-Flex Hose & Accessories / Oil Capital Racing Series will conduct the ‘Harold Leep Classic Presented by Carter-Maxwell’ this Friday night at the Outlaw Motor Speedway in Oktaha Oklahoma. To add to this great event, the Longdale Speedway in Longdale OK will open their gates to the open wheel daredevils on Saturday night. OCRS 8/24
  • Ocean Sprints)An exciting season of racing at the Ocean Speedway has all been an appetizer leading up to this Saturday August 29, when the 55th running of the Johnny Key Classic takes place at the quarter-mile bullring. The night of action also marks the second & final Ocean Sprints vs Civil War Series event of the season at the track.
  • AHG Series AU)THE Sprintcar Entrants Group will officially launch the 2015-16 AHG Sprintcar Series at Burswood on Swan on Sunday, September 20 from 9am to 2pm. Plenty of planning has been done on the back of the successful 2014-15 season and the SEG wants to give all drivers and team owners who plan on contesting rounds of the series a heads-up. Press Releases8/24
  • Central PA 358 Point Series presented by Capitol Renegade)This weekend the Central PA 358 Point Series presented by Capitol Renegade shifted its focus to Lincoln Speedway Saturday night and for the 3rd time in 2015 a rookie in the 358 division found victory lane. Former 410 driver Bill Stine would lead all 20 laps to claim his 1st 358 feature win over series point leader Adrian Shaffer ,Doug Hammaker, Kevin Nouse and Cole Young, Central PA 8/24
  • Toby Bellbowen)Toby Bellbowen will make a significant change for the new season as he will race under a new number. Up until last season, Toby raced with number 70, however, with older brother Roddy stepping away from the sport, Toby will now be seen aboard the number 7 Hogs Breath Café Maxim. Press Releases8/24
  • Sammy Swindell)Sammy Swindell has his ideal situation in place for next season. Swindell will return to the CJB Motorsports No. 1 for approximately 40-to-50 races and the team has announced that Mainstream Holdings, Inc., has been signed as the primary partner. "It's a great team with really good people," Swindell said. "Jumping in the car this year we really haven't had any problems other than the one motor problem at Knoxville. To be able to run near the front almost every time, I don't know how you could ask for anything more." Press Releases8/24
  • The Bumper To Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprint Series completed yet another tremendously successful weekend as their Festival tripleheader was simply spectacular, treating Wisconsin fans to some of the best sprint car racing in the country. Huge crowds and solid car counts were again the norm as IRA was supported by packed houses both nights at Wilmot during the Kenosha County Fair, and Sunday at Angell Park as IRA headlined the annual Corn Fest there for the very first time. Saturday's Fair race at Wilmot was SOLD OUT! The fair that night had to stop letting people on the grounds as they were over capacity. 34, 33, and 25 car fields supported the 3-race weekend as IRA again proved that they have the highest member supported car count per event in the business. IRA has only dipped under 30 on three ocassions this season and their low is 25, (which is a high for many). Congrats to this weekends winners: Jordan Goldsberry, Todd Hepfner, and Jeremy Schultz. And special thanks to our fans, sponsors, teams, staff, promoters, Ken Iles, and everyone who helped make this weekend, and IRA as a whole, the long time success story it is. The racing was GREAT too! Certainly a weekend to remember. We move on to a pair of co-sanctioned events this weekend as MOWA is our guest at the Bill Waite Jr Memorial at LaSalle Saturday, and the National Sprint League will join us at Angell Park on Sunday. Another great weekend awaits.....8/24
  • Chad Boespflug)Chad Boespflug has been released following the removal of stitches from the injury he sustained August 8th while racing at Amsoil Speedway in Superior, WI. He is scheduled to return behind the wheel of the Amati Racing, Inc. #66 Amsoil USAC Sprint Car Wednesday August 26th at Kokomo Speedway in Kokomo, IN. Press Releases8/24
  • Jersey Rush)The countdown is underway for the NAPA Auto Parts/Pioneer Pole Buildings JERSEY RUSH V coming to New Egypt Speedway Tuesday night, August 25. This wildly popular event will showcase the 410 Sprints and the Modifieds in a doubleheader racing program that will get underway at 7:30 PM. A big part of this show is the pre-race pit party taking place from 5 PM to 6 PM. Race fans with general admission grandstand tickets are invited to the pits to meet their favorite drivers prior to start of the fifth running of the JERSEY RUSH. Press Releases8/24



  • Photos)Weekend photos are in SpeedShotz8/24
  • World of Outlaws)Donny Schatz picked up a wild win Sunday night at Nodak Speedway's Gerdau Magic City Showdown presented by Schatz Crossroads Truck Stop as he found the luck and longevity that eluded others. The win in front of a hometown crowd was his 25th World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series victory of the season and fourth straight series win at the track. "This is incredible. Thanks to all you guys, thanks to my family. This is an awesome place to be," Schatz said. "Glad to be here, glad to be a part of it and I'm just damn glad to get the win tonight." DIRT/World of Outlaws8/23
  • Sprint Invaders)After starting out the three-race Sprint Invaders Nationals weekend with a win at Donnellson on Friday night, Jerrod Hull of Sikeston, Missouri, closed out the weekend in the same manner by celebrating in victory lane at Quincy Raceways Sunday night.Race Results  8/24
  • Ohsweken Speedway ONT)Derek Jonathan took the lead early in the 360 Sprint Car feature, but the race was halted after just one lap when Zach Zumpe careened into the backstretch catchfence after contact with another car. The grinding crash destroyed Zumpe's race car and resulted in a delay for fence repair, but he was able to walk away. Race Results  8/24
  • USAC)USAC DMA MIDGET RACE RESULTS: August 22, 2015 - Bradford, Vermont - Bear Ridge Speedway - "Speedway Illustrated Night" FEATURE: (25 laps) 1. Josh Sunn, 2. Adam Pierson, 3. Jeff Champagne, 4. Ray Miller, 5. Kevin Chaffee, 6. Kenney Johnson, 7. Scott Holcomb, 8. Dylan Duhaime, 9. Jeff Horn, 10. Derek GrahamUSAC 8/24
  • ASCS Lucas Oil)Lapped traffic was the deciding factor on Sunday night as Aaron Reutzel worked top shelf around Brian Brown it the closing laps of the $13,000 to win Casey’s General Store High Roller Classic for his sixth victory of 2015 with the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by the MAVTV Motorsport in the series return to the Missouri State Fair Speedway. ASCS 8/23


  • The Speedway Motors/Champion Racing Oil Central PA Sprint Cars ran at Williams Grove Speedway Friday night with twin 20 lap features. The top 2 point leaders in the series Greg Hodnett and Danny Dietrich split the wins in the two features to add to their point totals. At Lincoln Speedway Saturday night Danny Dietrich won once again for his 14th time in the 2015 season and 2nd of the weekend. At Port Royal Speedway it was Doug Esh in victory lane for his 2nd win of the year. Sunday night August 23rd Greg Hodnett added his 13th win of the year to give him two wins for the weekend too.Speedway Motors/Champion Racing Oil Central PA 8/24
  • Joey Saldana)Tonight the World of Outlaws continued their fall trek back to the West Coast making a stop at Nodak Speedway. Joey Saldana, who was one of the final three to take to the track for time trials, drove the Motter Equipment HE&M Saw Beltline Body Shop 71M to the No. 9 qualifying position with a 13.608-second lap. Press Releases8/24

Sunday  August 23rd 2015 

I can't imagine that anybody is as screwed up as I am. Rick Springfield



  • Susquehanna Speedway Park PA)Sunday 8/23...Greg Hodnett wins over Rico Abreu, Moody, Hogue, Marks, Dewease, Givler, Carber. 8/23
  • SOD)Dan McCarron picked up his first career feature win in the Engine Pro Sprints on Dirt presented by ARP feature Saturday night at Merritt Speedway. Andy Teunessen jumped into an early lead from his outside front row starting position while pole sitter, Brad Lamberson, retired early due to mechanical issues. Teunessen maintained the lead until lap 18 when he got high coming out of turn four and Gregg Dalman was able to pass him for the lead. In the meantime, McCarron had worked his way up to 3rd and was challenging the two front runners for the lead. As the leaders were working through heavy lapped traffic, McCarron was able to take the lead on lap 20 and pick up the win. Gregg Dalman, Andy Teunessen, Kyle Pitts, and Craig Karazim rounded out the top five. Heat race winners for the field of 22 cars were Dan McCarron, Robert Huisken and Brad Lamberson. Feature: 1. 22 – Dan McCarron, 2. 49T – Gregg Dalman, 3. 31 – Andy Teunessen, 4. 7K – Kyle Pitts, 5. 4 – Craig Karazim, 6. 46 – Robert Huisken, 7. 48 – Mike Burkin, 8. 19 – Brett Mann, 9. 77X – Alex Hill, 10. 1A –Mark Aldrich, 11. 23G – Joe Geibe, 12. 20A – Andy Chehowski, 13. 27X – Jared Lamberson, 14. 47 – Brian Smith, 15. 21T – Troy Chehowski, 16. 84 – Kyle Poortenga, 17. 24 – Eric Smith, 18. 89 – Chris Pobanz, 19. 16B – Dakota Busche, 20. 27 – Brad Lamberson. 8/23

  • Marysville Raceway CA)Watsonville’s Justin Sanders picked up his ninth win at Marysville Raceway on Saturday night by winning the 25-lap winged 360 sprint car feature event. Sanders won the previous night at Ocean Speedway that now gives him 17 wins for the season. Race Results  8/23
  • MSCS)Brady Short raced to victory Saturday night at the Brownstown Speedway. It was the first appearance ever of the Midwest Sprint Car Series at the speedway. Short was driving the Cam Potorff owned sprint car. The victory was Short’s ninth this season in competition with MSCS. The win was also the Bedford Blasters fifth straight MSCS feature win. The record setting performance moved Short into a tie with Jon Stanbrough as the driver with the most all time MSCS series wins. Both drivers now have 20 feature wins each! Race Results  8/23
  • Waynesfield Raceway Park OH)Waynesfield Raceway Park August 22, 2015 Quest Federal Credit Union Night RACE RESULTS Buckeye Machine Non Wing Sprints (23 Cars)  A-Main - (25 Laps) 1. 9N-Luke Hall[4]; 2. 16-Dallas Hewitt[8]; 3. 22S-Kyle simon[3]; 4. 82-Mike Miller[5]; 5. 37D-Mike Dunlap[12]; 6. 18-Todd Keen[14]; 7. 24P-Rod Henning[2]; 8. 32-Garrett Abrams[15]; 9. 87-Paul Dues[11]; 10. 63D-Jim Dues[9]Race Results  8/23
  • URC)Justin Barger used the outside pole starting position to cruise to Saturday nights 25 lap feature in what was the United Racing Club's first visit to the Hard Clay since 2008. A field of 22 360 Sprint Cars were in the pit area for the nights events. The United Racing Club decided to forgo a consi and instead added the 2 additional cars to the feature event. This guaranteed that everyone would go home with at least starting feature money. URC 8/23


  • Ray Allen Kulhanek)Ray Allen Kulhanek is in a comfortable position after a standout weekend in Texas. The five-time ASCS Gulf South Region champion used a pair of podium finishes to take an 11-point lead in the championship standings heading into the final weekend, which is set for Sept. 4-5 at Battleground Speedway in Highlands, Texas, for the 14th annual Gulf South Championship Weekend. Press Releases8/23
  • Henry Van Dam)Henry Van Dam was in test-mode last Saturday at Grays Harbor Raceway. "We went there with a completely new setup," he said. "We wanted to try to improve. We feel like we don't drive well enough in traffic so we've been trying to go to areas where we can move around the race track without giving up any speed. When we've been able to start up front and have the preferred line we've been pretty good, but we're not good enough in traffic." Press Releases8/23
  • Robbie Stillwaggon)Robbie Stillwaggon's hot streak in the 89 Quality Auto Body 360 Sprint car continued on Saturday night with a 5th place finish at the 1/2 mile facility in Middletown NY. For the first time since 2008, the United Racing Club visited the historic racetrack. Stillwaggon who started on the pole for the 2nd heat, easily ran away with the heat win. Press Releases8/23
  • Curt Michael)Curt Michael brought the potent Bill Gallagher owned 5G to the Orange County Fair Speedway for the first time since 2008. The last time Michael and crew left with the winners check. Starting 6th in the 3rd heat race, Michael battled during the 8 laps and on the last lap overtook then 2nd position from Josh Weller. That pass proved to be a difference of 8 position for the feature line up. With the 6 invert pill drawn, Michael and the GEI Enterprises, Valley Forge Inc. sprint car started on the pole. Had Michael not passed Weller on the last lap, Weller would have started on the pole and Michael in the 9th position. Press Releases8/23
  • Nolen Racing)Nolen Racing's Jerry Coons Jr. posted another top-five finish in USAC Silver Crown competition Saturday afternoon at the mile dirt track at the Illinois State Fairgrounds and remains second in the series' point standings with three races remaining in 2015. Press Releases8/23
  • All Stars)With strong storms moving into the Findlay, Ohio area just after 6:30PM, and more weather forecasted for the rest of the evening, UNOH All Star officials were forced to cancel Sunday night’s UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions program at Millstream Speedway near Findlay, Ohio. The event was scheduled to end a three-day stretch for the UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions through Michigan and Ohio. The program will not be rescheduled. Please visit for more details regarding the rain check policy. Passes can be mailed in or used for the September 27 program at Millstream Speedway. All Stars 8/23



  • Lincoln Park Speedway IN)Last lap pass leads Brent Beauchamp to sprint car feature win over AJ Hopkins Race Results  8/23
  • Williams Grove Speedway PA)The name Jackson is famous in Williams Grove Speedway’s Super Sportsman history. Larry Jackson, one of the greatest drivers in the annals of Super Sportsman racing, won 13 features at Williams Grove. Saturday night Tony Jackson, son of Larry Jackson, added his name to the victor’s list with a climatic victory over veteran Russ Mitten. Central PA 8/23
  • Selinsgrove Speedway PA)TJ Stutts has found a lot of speed in the second half of the 2015 racing season as the Liverpool driver powered to his fourth win of the year in Saturday night’s 25-lap 360 sprint car main event at Selinsgrove Speedway following a thrilling wheel-to-wheel duel with Mark Smith of Sunbury. Driving the Wise Motorsports No. 23, the $2,000 victory was Stutts’ 24th career at Selinsgrove in 358-360 sprint car competition. Central PA 8/23
  • All Stars)Steve Kinser was a half-turn away from celebrating a UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions Michigan sweep on Saturday night, August 22, at the Butler Speedway near Quincy, Michigan, but was halted just before the celebration could begin. Caleb Griffith, a Castalia, Ohio native and former Attica Raceway Park track champion, ended Steve Kinser’s brief Michigan reign with a last corner pass to earn a second-career UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions victory. It was Griffith’s first UNOH All Star main event win of the 2015 season. The pilot of the Marshall Motorsports #33M collected $5,000 for his efforts at Butler Speedway. All Stars 8/23
  • IRA)So you just complete building a new sprint car and decide to come off a driving hiatus. What’s next? How about putting that new car in victory lane at one of the most prestigious events on the 2015 schedule. Todd Hepfner did just that. His crew was putting on the finishing touches on a newly constructed 410 sprint and the machine made it’s debut by having it’s photo take in the winner’s circle. IRA 8/23
  • Wayne County Speedway OH)It looked like it was going to be a run away win for Brad Haudenschild in the Fisher Performance Sprint feature but Lady Luck was not riding with Haudenschild on this night. He would build up more than a straightaway margin over the field as Wooster’s Broc Martin, Jimmy Colvin, Danny Mumaw and Jordan Ryan dueled for second. Mumaw would drop with mechanical problems on lap 14 as T J Michael now moved into top five contention. Race Results  8/23
  • Oswego Speedway NY)For the second consecutive season, Kody Graham heads into Budweiser International Classic Weekend with all the momentum, after dominating Saturday night’s 50-lap Novelis Supermodified feature event in flag to flag fashion, presented by Airgas and the Woodchuck Saloon. Race Results  8/23
  • Devils Bowl Speedway TX)IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Cars A-Main -- 1. Martin Edwards, Mesquite; 2. Dalton Stevens, Scurry; 3. Larry Long, Crandall; 4. Robert Vetter, Wolfe City; 5. Dale Wester, Ovilla; 6. Raven Culp, Mesquite; 7. Russell Shoulders, Forney; 8. John Ricketts, Burleson; 9. Chip Graham, Lewisville; 10. Tucker Doughty, Heath. Heat 1 -- 1. Tucker Doughty, Heath; 2. John Ricketts, Burleson; 3. Martin Edwards, Mesquite; 4. Raven Culp, Mesquite; 5. Robert Vetter, Wolfe City. Heat 2 -- 1. Chip Graham, Lewisville; 2. Dalton Stevens, Scurry; 3. Larry Long, Crandall; 4. Dale Wester, Ovilla; 5. Russell Shoulders, Forney.8/23
  • USAC SW)USAC SOUTHWEST SPRINT (Special Event) RACE RESULTS: August 22, 2015 – Dodge City, Kansas – Dodge City Raceway Park – “Freedom Tour” FEATURE: (30 laps) 1. R.J. Johnson, 2. Ryan Bernal, 3. Charles Davis Jr., 4. Mike Martin, 5. Shon Deskins, 6. Josh Hodges, 7. Shannon McQueen, 8. Chris Bonneau, 9. Harli White, 10. Layne HimebaughUSAC 8/23
  • USCS)Eric Riggins Jr.’s three-race winning streak in the Senoia Summer Nationals came to an end during Saturday night’s finale to the sixth running of the race, after Sarasota, Fla. veteran Danny Martin Jr. drove to the lead with six laps to go and went on to score his first-ever feature victory at the three-eighths mile bullring. USCS 8/23


  • Doug Wolggang)Rod "Hot Rod" Pattison had an opportunity to interview the great Doug Wolfgang for Midco Motorsports. Check it out at 8/23
  • Williams Grove Speedway PA)A sprint car double feature including the Lawrence Chevrolet 410 sprints and the HJ Towing & Recovery 358 sprint cars is slated for this Friday night, August 28 at Williams Grove Speedway. Racing begins at 7:30 pm. Lap and bonus money will be in effect for the 410 sprints as both divisions compete in handicapped feature events. Central PA 8/23
  • Port Royal Speedway PA)Port Royal Speedway hosts Locust Grove Retirement Village Night this Saturday, August 29 at 7 pm, featuring the only appearance of the season at the oval by the winged super sportsman cars. Also on the racing agenda is the Weikert’s Livestock 410 sprints and the super late models. Central PA 8/23



  • Dodge City Raceway Park KS)Reigning USAC Southwest Sprint Car champion R.J. Johnson of Laveen, AZ, put the wraps on the Third Annual “Freedom Tour” by winning Saturday night’s 30-lap main event atop the 3/8-mile Dodge City Raceway Park clay oval. While Johnson held off Ryan Bernal and Charles Davis, Jr., for the $2,500 paydayRace Results  8/23
  • ASCS Gulf South)Picking up win No. 11 on the season, Seth Bergman completed the weekend sweep of the Southern Trailer Works ASCS Gulf South Region presented by Griffith Truck and Equipment, earning his third career Gulf South win, and first at the Cotton Bowl Speedway in Paige, Texas.   ASCS 8/23
  • Patriots)Jason Barney wins at Brockville ONT over Steve Poirier & Jared Zimbardi 8/23
  • Selinsgrove Speedway PA)1 23 TJ Stutts 2 1 Mark Smith 3 29 Jason Shultz 4 44 John Braim 5 76 Larry Kelleher 6 1W Eric Tomecek 7 66 Ryan Kissinger 8 77 Derek Locke 9 49s Mallie Shuster 10 3A Kevin Albert 11 39 Eric Parker 12 C4 Jim Shuster 13 71c Charlie Anderson 8/23
  • SOD)Danny McCarron won the feature at Merritt MI  2nd Gregg Dalman 3rd Andy Tuenessen. 8/23
  • Marysville Raceway Park CA)360 sprints...1 18 Justin Sanders 2 88 Brad Bumgarner 3 2B Jeremy Burt 4 49 Mike Monahan 5 21H Jeremy Hawes 6 55 Cody Hodgson 7 14H Heath Hall 8 7K Kenny Allen 9 15 Pat Harvey Jr. 10 16 Jimmy Steward 11 9 Peter Paulson 12 97K Derrick Dozier 13 28P Jeremy Phillips Jr. 14 9L Cody Lamar 15 97 Cortney Dozier 16 3F William Fielding 17 4X Raquel Hall 18 54 Kyle Standley 19 6W Billy Wallace 20 95 Brandon Dozier 21 60 Scott Clough 8/23
  • Sprint Invaders)John Schulz wins at Burlington IA. 8/23
  • URC)Justin Barger wins at Orange County Fair Speedway NY 8/23
  • Must See Racing)Brian Gerster wins at Marne MI over Jimmy McCune & Jason Blonde. 8/23
  • All Stars)Quincy MI...#33M Caleb Griffith #11 Steve Kinser #W20 Greg Wilson #89 Cody Darrah #9P Parker Price-Miller #45 Tim Shaffer #16X Ryan Ruhl #22 Cole Duncan #1 Dale Blaney #59 Danny Holtgraver #57X Andrew Palker #5T Travis Philo #94 Ryan Smith #7C Caleb Armstrong #4 Danny Smith #12J Tyler Moore #35R Ronnie Blair #93 Sheldon Haudenschild #10H Chad Kemenah #51 Roger Campbell #4K Kody Kinser #49 Tanner Thorson #6M Max Stambaugh #38 Jared Horstman 8/23
  • Petaluma Speedway CA)360 sprints...#7c Andy Forsberg #43 Bradley Terrell #9s Joe Stornetta #07n Zack Lynskey #29r Riley Matson #26 Billy Aton #42x Herman Klein #27t Jason Toft #52 David Lindt #10x Roberto Kirby #1p Paul Alonso #55 Marissa Polizzi #2m Aaron Miller #2 Trevor Schmid #7h Jake Haulot #63 Ivan Worden 8/23
  • Placerville Speedway CA)360 sprints...#4sa Greg DeCaires #5 Kirt Organ #33t Jimmy Trulli #P37 Matt Peterson #14R Andy Gregg #10 Logan Seavey #21 Colby Wiesz #94 Steven Tiner #25 Justin Johnson #3c Carson Macedo #85 CJ Humphreys #35x Mike Benson #93 Stephen Ingraham #45 Jake Morgan #2 Cody Spencer #20J James Sweeney #56 Scott Hall #6c Charlie Cagle #58 Matt Barber 8/23
  • Port Royal Speedway PA)Doug Esh held off Greg Hodnett to win the 410 sprint car feature at Port Royal Speedway on Saturday night, taking home $4,000 for the victory in honor of late speedway push truck driver Bill Long. Central PA 8/23
  • USAC WC)USAC WEST COAST SPRINT CAR RACE RESULTS: August 22, 2015 – Santa Maria, California – Santa Maria Raceway – “Bud Stanfield Memorial” FEATURE: (30 laps) 1. Danny Faria Jr., 2. Troy Rutherford, 3. Bud Kaeding, 4. Richard Vander Weerd, 5. Trey Marcham, 6. D.J. Johnson, 7. Landon Hurst, 8. Kyle Smith, 9. Luke Boles, 10. Trent CarterUSAC 8/23
  • Wayne County Speedway OH)Broc Martin wins over TJ Michael & Jordan Ryan 8/23
  • Mercer Raceway Park PA)Adam Kekich raced to victory in the 410 Sprint Cars in the Auto Racers for Kids Charity event held at Mercer Raceway Park. All proceeds from this program benefit disadvantaged youth in Northwestern Pennsylvania. The designated charity for this area is the Children's Aid Society of Mercer County. Kekich benefited when Jack Sodeman, Jr. retired while the field was under a red flag on lap three. But, once out front, there was no denying the third generation driver from nearby Hermitage, PA. Race Results  8/23
  • Oswego Speedway NY)Pathfinder Bank SBS Twin 20's presented by Airgas and the Woodchuck Saloon BOX SCORE: Novelis Supermodified Feature (50-laps): 1. 21 - Kody Graham, 2. 72 - Dave Cliff, 3. 26 - Shaun Gosselin, 4. 50 - Dave Gruel, 5. 22 - Pat Lavery, 6. 52 - Dave Danzer, 7. 47 - Bob Bond, 8. 15 - Michael Muldoon, 9. 7 - Otto Sitterly, 10. 00 - Joe Gosek, 11. 05 - Jeff Abold, 12. 68 - Michael Barnes, 13. 02 - Brandon Bellinger, 14. 11 - Aric Iosue, 15. 55 - Keith Shampine, 16. 56 - Hal LaTulip, 17. 96 - Lou LeVea Sr., 18. 0 - Tim Snyder, 19. 94 - Logan Rayvals, 20. 83 - Lou LeVea Jr, 21. 5 - Tim Devendorf Race Results  8/23
  • Lincoln Speedway PA)Not even the highest pill draw and points handicapping can stop Danny Dietrich. In his first Lincoln appearance since competing in the “A” main at the Knoxville Nationals, Dietrich started last in his heat, made the 12-car handicap, started 12th, and drove away to his sixth Lincoln win in the BAPS Night “410” sprint car feature at Lincoln Speedway Saturday night. Central PA 8/3
  • USAC)Kody Swanson joined exclusive company on Saturday afternoon at the Illinois State Fairgrounds, as he became the seventh driver to go back-to-back in the "Tony Bettenhausen 100" with a spirited drive from 16th to a dominant win. It was the third win of the season for the defending series champion, which puts him at 11 career wins to tie Bobby East for 8th on the all-time list. USAC 8/23
  • USAC)USAC HPD EASTERN/MIDWEST MIDGET RACE RESULTS: August 22, 2015 - Kalamazoo, Michigan - Kalamazoo Speedway  FEATURE: (35 laps) 1. Jessica Bean, 2. Carson Hocevar, 3. Sam Hatfield, 4. Nolan Allison, 5. Jake Nelke, 6. George Kurtz, 7. Chris Lamb, 8. Jacob Stickle, 9. Jacob Staten, 10. Blaine Leydig, 11. Andrew LayserUSAC 8/23
  • Nebraska 360)Races were canceled at Park Jefferson due to weather. 8/23
  • East Bay Raceway Park FL)Rained out Saturday. 8/23
  • POWRi)Rained out at Macon IL. 8/23
  • Columnm)Gaye Carmichael has notes from World of Outlaws River Cities Speedway, Grand Forks, ND. Sprint Car Notes 8/22
  • Column)KO has his latest Indiana Bullring Scene, discussing Indiana Sprint Car Series events at Gas City and Kokomo as well as MSCS action at Putnamville.KO's Indiana Bullring Scene 8/22
  • Lernerville Speedway PA)Carl Bowser, a four-time winner this season, drew the pole for the 25-lap event. Bowser went right to the cushion and blasted to the lead ahead of Ralph Spithaler and Brandon Matus. The field quickly began to string out, with the top five of Bowser, Spithaler, Matus, Eric Williams and last week's winner Jack Sodeman Jr. all running the same line on the cushion. Race Results  8/23
  • Ocean Speedway CA)Lining-up from the front row on Friday night current Ocean Sprints point leader Justin Sanders showed once again that he’s the man to beat at the quarter-mile, by leading all 30-laps to score his eighth Taco Bravo victory of the year. The triumph made Sanders the all-time winningest driver in one season with the Ocean Sprints, breaking the record Brent Kaeding had held for eight-years. It also extended his lead atop the standings to a staggering 114-points with just two events remaining this year. The 22-year-old has won four of the last five events aboard his North County Plastering/ Fire Protection Management No. 17 Sprinter. Race Results  8/23


  • Jersey Rush V)The one and only appearance of its kind will take place at the New Egypt Speedway on Tuesday night, August 25 when the JERSEY RUSH V takes to the 7/16th mile clay oval. With sponsorship support from NAPA Auto Parts and Pioneer Pole Buildings, the most powerful cars on dirt, the 410 sprints and modifieds will team up for a blockbuster doubleheader, all getting underway at 7:30 PM. Central PA 8/3
  • Kyle Bellm)Kyle Bellm’s maiden voyage of the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour continues close to home with Sunday’s $12,000-to-win High Roller Classic at Sedalia’s Missouri State Fair Speedway. The current leader in the ASCS National Tour Rookie of the Year race comes off an impromptu non-wing start last Saturday night with the WAR series at Missouri’s Springfield Raceway that resulted in a fifth-place finish after starting 18th. Press Releases8/23
  • Millstream Speedway OH)It’s no secret that whenever the All Star Circuit of Champions sprint car series signs in the pit area, race fans know they’ll be seeing some of the best drivers to ever strap in. But the fans attending at Millstream Speedway this Sunday will be seeing something beyond just that. Defending series champion, Dale Blaney, is having a phenomenal season, with 11 ASCoC wins, including a streak of five in a row that was just broken this week. His record career series wins total stands at 126, towering over the 2nd place total of 98, held by the legendary Kenny Jacobs. Press Releases8/23

Saturday  August 22nd 2015 

Bulldog Strong decals by Octane Ink available at National Sprint League to support Kevin Swindell's recovery.You can send cards or letters to Kevin at:  Kevin Swindell c/o Frazier Rehab Institute 220 Abraham Flexner Way. Louisville KY 40202 Donations can be made on-line at Be sure to write Kevin Swindell Recovery Fund in the comment section.

Every morning I jump out of bed and step on a landmine. The landmine is me. After the explosion, I spent the rest of the day putting the pieces together. Ray Bradbury



  • All Stars)Bloomington, Indiana’s Steve Kinser continued his long-lasting kingship on Friday night by winning the 35-lap UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions main event at the I-96 Speedway in Lake Odessa, Michigan. Formally known as “The King” to the entire sprint car community, Steve Kinser earned the $5,000 victory in great fashion; holding off rising star Sheldon Haudenschild and Pittsburgh native Danny Holtgraver to ultimately end Dale Blaney’s five-race UNOH All Star win streak. The pilot of the familiar Bad Boy Buggies, Tony Stewart Racing, #11 is now tied with Doug Wolfgang and Danny Lasoski for 12th on the all-time UNOH All Star win list with 37 victories. The win was a career-first at I-96 Speedway during UNOH All Star competition. All Stars 8/22
  • Sprint Invaders)It took three attempts at a start for the 25-lap main event and on that third try Jerrod Hull moved quickly from third to first and was never headed as the Sikeston, Missouri, driver opened the Sprint Invaders Nationals weekend with a win at the Lee County Speedway Friday night. Race Results  8/22
  • USCS)20-year-old Charlotte, N.C. hotshoe Eric Riggins Jr. picked up right where he left off in United Sprint Car Series filtercharged by K&N action at the Senoia Raceway, going wire-to-wire to score his third-consecutive victory at the three-eighths mile Georgia oval on Friday night. USCS 8/22
  • IRA)Jordan Goldsberry of Springfield, Illinois scored his first ever Bumper To Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprint Series main event victory taking top honors in the 30-lap Carriage Auto Body of Waukegan, Illlinois sponsored Roger Iles Memorial Round I feature. IRA 8/22
  • RPM Speedway TX)Graham's Wrecker Service Sprint Cars A-Main -- 1. Jeff Day, Greenville; 2. Robert Vetter, Wolfe City; 3. Ryan Hall, Midlothian; 4. Michael Day, Greenville; 5. John Ricketts, Burleson; 6. Chance McCrary, Farmersville; 7. Josh McCord, Bossier City, La.; 8. Brad Queen, Anna; 9. Charlie McDonald, Jefferson; 10. Daniel (DJ) Estes, Mansfield; 11. Jeb Sessums, Burleson; 12. Marcus Thomas, Corsicana; 13. Chip Graham, Mesquite; 14. Raven Culp, Mesquite; 15. Jeff Day Jr., Greenville. Heat 1 -- 1. Ryan Hall, Midlothian; 2. Robert Vetter, Wolfe City; 3. Jeb Sessums, Burleson; 4. Daniel (DJ) Estes, Mansfield; 5. Michael Day, Greenville. Heat 2 -- 1. Jeff Day, Greenville; 2. Brad Queen, Anna; 3. Chance McCrary, Farmersville; 4. Charlie McDonald, Jefferson; 5. Jeff Day Jr., Greenville. Heat 3 -- 1. Raven Culp, Mesquite; 2. Marcus Thomas, Corsicana; 3. Josh McCord, Bossier City, La.; 4. John Ricketts, Burleson; 5. Chip Graham, Mesquite.8/22


  • Penn Live)National Open Benefit stepping up to help injured Sprint Car driver Kevin Swindell 8/22
  • Riverside Int Speedway AR)Races rained out tonight. 8/22



  • POWRi)Zach Daum of Pocahontas, Illinois "Dauminated" the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Series feature, showing that the two-time POWRi champion has recovered from the vicious Australian wreck that sidelined him for a majority of the 2015 season, and is on track to return to this winning ways. Joe B. Miller of Millersville, Missouri led all 20 laps of the POWRi Speedway Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro Series feature, cruising to his 17th career victory. Race Results  8/22
  • IRA)Wilmot WI...A finish 14p Jordan Goldsberry, 64 Scotty Thiel, 53w Bill Wirth, 48h Brandon Wimmer, 14aj Wayne Modjeski,  35 Ben Schmidt, 1m Philip Mock, 79 Blake Nimee, 7 Scott Uttech, 2w Scotty Neitzel. 8/22
  • Sprint Invaders)Jerrod Hull wins night #1 of the Sprint Invaders 360 Nationals at Lee County Speedway in Donnellson, Iowa. Bobby Mincer comes in second and Randy Martin third.8/22
  • World of Outlaws)With a late race pass of Paul McMahan at Friday night's Second Leg of the Northern Tour at River Cities Speedway, Donny Schatz picked up his 24th World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series victory of the season. With the hard fought win, Schatz also scored the sweep of series events at the track in 2015. He stood in victory lane when the Outlaws were in Grand Forks on June 19.DIRT/World of Outlaws 8/22
  • USAC SW)USAC SOUTHWEST SPRINT (Special Event) RACE RESULTS: August 21, 2015 – Wichita, Kansas – 81 Speedway – “Freedom Tour” FEATURE: (30 laps) 1. Mike Martin, 2. Charles Davis Jr., 3. Josh Hodges, 4. Brady Bacon, 5. Ryan Bernal, 6. Shannon McQueen, 7. Harli White, 8. R.J. Johnson, 9. Chris Bonneau, 10. Shon DeskinsUSAC 8/22
  • All Stars)Lake Odessa MI...#11 Steve Kinser #93 Sheldon Haudenschild #1 Dale Blaney #10H Chad Kemenah #7C Caleb Armstrong #59 Danny Holtgraver #51 Roger Campbell #89 Cody Darrah #38 Jared Horstman #W20 Greg Wilson #45 Tim Shaffer #4 Danny Smith #2M Dustin Daggett #16X Ryan Ruhl #57X Andrew Palker #2L Logan Forler #5T Travis Philo #27 Shelby Bilton #19 Joe Kubiniec #22 Cole Duncan #4K Kody Kinser #94 Ryan Smith #25M Ken Mackey 8/22
  • Ohsweken Speedway ONT)#81 Derek Johnathon #49 Todd Hoddick #0 Glenn Styres #5 Keith Dempster #00 Dane Lorenc #6 Curtis Gartly #80 Chris Steele #14H Jim Huppunen #19 Cory Turner #91 Ryan Turner 8/22
  • Ocean Speedway CA)#17 Justin Sanders #72W Kurt Nelson #0 Bud Kaeding #92 Kyler Dash Man Shaw #1R Ryan Robinson #2 Brad Furr #58 Jerry Bonnema #37 Mitchell Faccinto #88 Koen Shaw #56K Kalib Henry #8 Jermey Chisum #83 Austin Liggett #12 Scott Parker #55 Danny Malfatti #9J Dustin Golobic #7 Nick Ringo Jr #10 Anthony Simone #34 Darrell Taylor #3T Nicholas Ringo #25Z Jason Chisum #99 Tony Gualda #17S Eric Rossi8/22
  • Silver Dollar Speedway CA)#3C Carson Macedo #00 Jason Statler #92 Andy Forsberg #75 Sean Becker #19 Keith Bloom #21 Michael Ing #22 Mason Moore #42 Chase Majdic #12 Jarrett Soares #13 Rowdy McClenon #8 Jim Richardson #7C Cody Geaney #7X Eddy Lewis #9 D.J. Freitas 8/22
  • ASCS Gulf South)They all count, but the lap that counts the most is the final one, and Seth Bergman was the one who led it on Friday night with the Southern Trailer Works ASCS Gulf South Region presented by Griffith Truck and Equipment. Pulling off a final lap pass to collect the night’s $3,000 payday at the Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Seth’s win makes the driver of the Corridor Electric No. 23 the eighth different winner of the season. ASCS 8/22
  • NSL)Danny Lasoski roared to his seventh FVP National Sprint League win of the season Friday night at the Fairmont Raceway in Minnesota. It was the first time in almost 30 years that 410 sprint cars had screamed around the banked half-mile oval. The Dover, Missouri driver led all 25 laps and collected $3,000 for his victory. National Sprint League 8/22


  • Joey Saldana)The World of Outlaws made a stop at River Cities Speedway tonight on the second leg of their Northern tour. Two-time River Cities Speedway winner Joey Saldana began the evening in solid form, driving the Motter Equipment HE&M Saw Beltline Body Shop 71M to the No. 3 qualifying spot with a best lap of 10.402 seconds. Press Releases8/22

Friday  August 21st 2015 

Everybody pulls for David, nobody roots for Goliath. Wilt Chamberlain



  • Bloomington Speedway IN)#17b Nick Bilbee #57 Shane Cottle #17. Max McGhee #23e Tyler Courtney #11 Dave Darland #11p Brady Short #9 Jordan Kinser #24p Chase Briscoe #12g Chris Gurley #15f Aaron Farney #3 Dakota Jackson #28 Jon Stanbrough #18 Jarett Andretti #35x Chris Babcock #17 Michael Koontz #71b Braxton Cummings #11w Stephen Taylor #98 Brandon Morin #44 Eric Edwards #04 Jeff Bland 8/21
  • Lernerville Speedway PA)#10 Carl Bowser #13 Brandon Matus #23J Jack Sodeman #56 Ralph Spithaler #7 Eric Williams #2 A.J. Flick #22 Brandon Spithaler #33 Brent Matus #5 Sye Lynch #4K Bill Kiley #91 Bobby Siegel #27 Cody Bova #16 Jim Morris #08 Dan Kuriger #76 Davey Jones 8/21
  • Attica Raceway Park OH)Byron Reed has had races taken from him on the last lap and has won races on the last lap. For Reed it was the later on Friday in dramatic fashion at Attica Raceway Park on NBC Toledo WNWO Channel 24 Night. Chris Andrews seemed to have the race in hand as he and Reed raced to the checkers of the O’Reilly Auto Parts 410 Sprint feature. But, Tyler Gunn spun in turn four right in front of Andrews who had to check up and Reed scooted by on the bottom to collect his first win of the year at Attica. Race Results  8/21
  • Williams Grove Speedway PA)Greg Hodnett and Danny Dietrich scored twin 20-lap features for sprint cars Friday night at Williams Grove Speedway. Winners took home $2,500 for their victories. To start out the night, Hodnett set quick time over the field with a lap of 17.247 seconds before going to work in the first feature. Central PA 8/21
  • USAC SW)Taking the lead from Brady Bacon on lap 29, Blake Hahn of Sapulpa, Oklahoma scored a popular hometown win at Creek County Speedway. For his efforts, the young driver earned $2,500 for claiming the second round of the USAC SouthWest Sprint Car “Freedom Tour.” Ryan Bernal, Bacon, high point driver Casey Shuman, and Andrew Deal followed Hahn to the checkered flags. Tonight, the “Freedom Tour” heads to 81 Speedway in Wichita, Kansas. USAC 8/21


  • Perris Auto Speedway CA)The “World’s Fastest Sprint Car Driver,” Damion Gardner of Concord, California, has submitted his entry for the historic 20th Annual Budweiser Oval Nationals Presented by All Coast Construction at Perris Auto Speedway on November 12th, 13th and 14th. More than 50 of the nation’s top sprint car drivers are expected to vie for the event record purse of more than $120,000.00. Press Releases8/21
  • CRASH PAD)Wings crush, frames bend, belts stretch, helmets absorb but in a frame bottom impact, nothing gives but your back! The Right Stuff in the CRASH PAD slows you downward motion to Reduce Spinal Compression Forces. Lots of Dealers, Information and Online Ordering at 8/21
  • Sammy Swindell)Sammy Swindell will compete this Sunday at Missouri State Fair Speedway in Sedalia, Mo. He has confirmed his commitment to drive for Donnie Cooper during the High Roller Classic following positive news that Swindell's son, Kevin, was released from a hospital in Des Moines, Iowa, on Friday after a violent crash last week during the 55th annual FVP Knoxville Nationals Presented by Casey's General Store. Press Releases8/21
  • Kevin Swindell)Kevin has been released from Des Moines Mercy Hospital today after an eight-day stay at the hospital following last week's accident at Knoxville Raceway. The doctors and staff at Des Moines Mercy have been generous to us, both in their care for Kevin and their patience and understanding to all of us throughout our time here. We will forever be grateful to them. We cannot begin to thank everyone in the racing community for the support that you've shown to Kevin. The thoughtfulness of all of you is seen and felt and we feel stronger each day because of you. Kevin feels the power of your prayers and they are working. Our motto is: God showed up and showed out! Press Releases8/21



  • Column)Pat & Bruce Eckel have notes from the USAC midgets Eastern Tour in A Typical Weekend 8/21
  • USAC SW)USAC SOUTHWEST SPRINT (Special Event) RACE RESULTS: August 20, 2015 – Sapulpa, Oklahoma – Creek County Speedway – “Freedom Tour” FEATURE: (30 laps) 1. Blake Hahn, 2. Ryan Bernal, 3. Brady Bacon, 4. Casey Shuman, 5. Andrew Deal, 6. Danny Smith, 7. Koby Barksdale, 8. Alex DeCamp, 9. Kyle Clark, 10. Shon DeskinsUSAC 8/21


  • BAPS Night)On Saturday, August 22nd beginning at 5:30pm at Lincoln Speedway in Abbottstown, PA, BAPS will be joining sprint car fans for it’s second night of family fun for a great cause. BAPS team, fans, families and our 2015 partner agency, Olivia's House, are anxious to join in the festivities and receive the proceeds from BAPS t-shirt sales plus special raffles including a 2016 track season pass and a custom designed race helmet. Lincoln Speedway itself will be supporting this grief center for children by donating a portion of their half of the 50/50 drawings from the evening. Central PA 8/21
  • Kalib Henry)Sacramento’s Kalib Henry is hoping to follow in the footsteps of previous teenage drivers who have successfully transitioned from Outlaw Go-Karts into winged sprint cars. Henry’s journey begins this Friday night at the Ocean Speedway in Watsonville. The soon to be 16 year old, will race the JKB Financial/Konnected/Intents Racing/Royal Lagoon Pools #56k. “Racing a sprint car is something that I have wanted to do for a long time,” said Henry. “I am thankful to get the opportunity from the Hall brothers and look forward to making a strong debut.” Press Releases8/21
  • NWWT)It has been three weeks since the Northwest Wingless Tour have been in action. On Saturday August 22nd they will visit Cottage Grove Speedway for the third time in 2015. CGS has hosted some very entertaining events this year when the NWWT has come to town. Press Releases8/21
  • Legends of Central PA)Sprint Car racer Kenny Jacobs, of Holmesville, OH, has been added to the list of Legends competing on Wednesday, August 26 when Fred Rahmer Promotions and Apple Chevrolet of York presentLegends of Central Pennsylvania Sprint Car Racing – a triple header event featuring the stars of yesteryear, a $10,000 winner-takes-all Shootout and the popular 358 Sprint Cars. Legends of Central Pennsylvania Sprint Car Racing will take place at the Lincoln Speedway and be available for live streaming video on Central PA 8/21
  • Randy Hannagan)The mark of a true sprint car driver is being able to race both with and without a wing. Randy Hannagan will be accomplishing both this weekend as he steps in the No. 21 USAC Traxas Silver Crown Series car owned by Mark Swanson at the Springfield Mile at the Illinois State Fairgrounds on Saturday, August 22, before returning to Ed Neumeister’s No. 11N with the UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions at Millstream Speedway in Ohio on August, 23. Press Releases8/21
  • USCS)The Fayetteville, Georgia based United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars make their only annual visit to Senoia Raceway on Friday and Saturday, August 21st and 22nd for the USCS Senoia Summer Nationals VI The 120 mile per hour USCS winged Outlaw type sprint cars headline the huge two-day final weekend of racing event. The series returns this weekend with excellent weather predicted to headline an action-paked two full nights of racing. The racing card also includes the 100 mile per hour USCS 600 Sprint Car Series mini sprints on both nights plus four of the track's weekly racing divisions with special events of their own each night. USCS 8/21
  • St Croix Valley Raceway WI)St. Croix Valley Raceway will be wrapping up the summer with a blast! The Wissota Late Models and Street Stocks will be on hand for the Bullring Blast/Laursen Classic coming up on September 4, 2015. A must see event bringing the biggest, loudest and fastest of the Wissota classes to the ¼ mile of clay. Grab the family and your friends and spend your Friday evening with us watching the intense racing action of the Wissota Late Models, Modifieds, Midwest Mods, Street Stocks, Pure Stocks, Future Four/Minivans, UMSS Micro Sprints and UMSS Traditional Sprints. Prices are Adults (18+) $18 Teens (13-18) $10 and kids under 12 are Free, Pits are $30. St. Croix Valley Raceway provides awesome family entertainment every Friday night!8/21
  • Jersey Rush V)Oliver Communications Group, a telecommunications cabling company based in Bordentown, New Jersey, has upped the ante offering $200 bonus money to the winners of the 410 Sprint Car and Modified qualifying heats on Tuesday, August 25 when NAPA Auto Parts and Pioneer Pole Buildings present JERSEY RUSH V at the New Egypt Speedway. This high profile event will showcase the 410 sprints and the modifieds in a spectacular doubleheader that will get underway at 7:30 PM. Central PA 8/21
  • Column)"Rainy Days and Thursdays in Florida” by Richard Golardi Florida Open Wheel8/21
  • ESS)It will be the 12th running of the Earl Halaquist Memorial this Tuesday night (Aug. 25th) at the I88 Speedway in Afton, NY. Mere minutes from the Halaquist family home in Sidney. This years event is presented by Mach 1 Chassis and will pay $2,500 to win, $1,500 for second and $1,000 for third. Press Releases8/21

Thursday  August 20th 2015 

You could really hammer it up top there when it cleaned off and got wide, and that was about as fun as it gets at the end. Rico Abreu



  • ARDC)In a race that was dominated by Jerry Coons Jr. until the final five laps, Rico Abreu pulled a rabbit out the hat with a late race move to the outside of leader, Bryan Clauson to capture his second win in a row in the Pennsylvania Midget Swing at the Lincoln Speedway. Race Results 8/20
  • ARDC)It was what the fans of Pennsylvania had been waiting for and no one went home disappointed as thirty-two midgets competed for starting positions in the twenty-five lap main event on the first of three nights of racing for the USAC/ARDC Midget co-sanctioned Pennsylvania Midget Swing at the Path Valley Speedway. Race Results 8/20
  • USAC SW)With 26 cars on hand, “Chargin” Charles Davis Jr. of Buckeye, Arizona won the first round of the “3rd Annual Freedom Tour” at Lawton Speedway. The five-time Arizona Champion took command from polesitter Harli White on the 12th lap and earned the $2,500 USAC SouthWest Sprint Car triumph. For Davis, the 30-lap feature was his second win of the campaign as the mini-series moves to Creek County Speedway. Brady Bacon, high point driver Casey Shuman, Harli White, and hard charger R.J. Johnson were the top-five drivers.  USAC 8/20


  • NSL)The FVP National Sprint League and Huset’s Speedway south of Brandon, South Dakota have come to an agreement to run this Sunday night, August 23! Both parties felt that with the amount of rainouts this season in the Upper Midwest both at the track and with the NSL series, including their joint event in May, that this would be the perfect fit for an additional show for the fans! National Sprint League 8/20
  • NSL)The FVP National Sprint League event scheduled for this Saturday, August 22 has been rained out. The facility has canceled their entire weekend of racing. The series will race at the Fairmont Raceway in Fairmont, Minnesota Friday, August 21. “Water is still standing in the speedway area this morning and the weather forecast for Saturday doesn’t look good,” said CCF Manager Jeremy Parsons. “I made a mistake holding a race earlier in May when track conditions were too wet and it caused a very bad experience for some of our drivers. I am not going to make the same mistake twice.” The FVP National Sprint League event scheduled for Friday, August 21 at the Fairmont Raceway in Fairmont, Minnesota is ON! The race will be held in conjunction with the 150th Martin County Fair! Stay tuned to the FVP National Sprint League website at, on Facebook, and @NSLSeries on Twitter for more information. 8/20



  • Photos)Lots of Mid-week photos from USAC in PA & OK are in SpeedShotz8/20
  • USAC)USAC SOUTHWEST SPRINT CAR "Special Event" RACE RESULTS: August 19, 2015 - Lawton, Oklahoma - Lawton Speedway "Freedom Tour"  FEATURE: (30 laps) 1. Charles Davis Jr., 2. Brady Bacon, 3. Casey Shuman, 4. Harli White, 5. R.J. Johnson, 6. Blake Hahn, 7. Michelle Decker, 8. Mike Bonneau, 9. Shon Deskins, 10. Patrick Stasa USAC 8/20
  • Column)Pat & Bruce Eckel have notes from MMSA & MSCS in A Typical Weekend 8/20


  • National Open Kick-It)In just 7 weeks 16 teams will be competing in this year’s Williams Grove National Open Kick-It Tournament! The tournament will be held Friday, October 2nd at the Upper Allen Township Community Park, 1978 Fisher Road, approximately three miles north of Williams Grove Speedway. We will hold this event on Friday afternoon before the races. With that in mind, come out for some kickball fun while we raise money for Kick-It.Central PA 8/20
  • Max Stambaugh)With the 2015 K&L Ready Mix NRA “360” Sprint Invaders season officially complete, Elida, Ohio’s Max Stambaugh will have the opportunity to turn his focus towards a select number of high profile events in the region, including those sanctioned by the UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions. Stambaugh, the 2015 NRA Sprint Invaders series runner-up, will jump-start his late summer schedule with a triple-header weekend in Michigan and Ohio. “Mad Max” will enter three consecutive events this Friday through Sunday, hunting for season win #4 and his second during “410” competition. Press Releases8/20
  • Oswego Speedway NY)As the countdown continues toward the 59th running of the Budweiser International Classic 200 at Oswego Speedway on Sunday, September 6, we look back at the next historic Classic driver on our list – the first Oswegonian to win the Classic, Steve Gioia Jr. Press Releases8/20
  • Team ILP)Inside Line Promotions drivers Derek Hagar, Travis Rilat and Cody Wampler scored victories last weekend. Hagar swept the USCS doubleheader in Mississippi by winning on Friday at Greenville Speedway in Greenville and Saturday at Jackson Motor Speedway in Byram. Press Releases8/20
  • Southern Oklahoma Speedway)The Sprint Series of Texas will be making their second and final appearance of the season at Southern Oklahoma Speedway in Ardmore, Oklahoma this coming Saturday night, August 22. When the tour last made their appearance atop the John and Nicky Webb owned facility back on July 24, Jason Howell took home the victory over a strong 26 car field. Press Releases8/20
  • Jack Dover)Jack Dover took the lead in the Carpetland Nebraska 360 Sprints championship standings this week thanks to his 10th top five of the season with the series. Dover earned a fourth-place result on Tuesday at Junction Motor Speedway to power into the series lead by 11 points with six races remaining. Press Releases8/20
  • Ian Madsen)After a less than desirable Knoxville Nationals, Ian Madsen and his KCP Racing team are eager to get back to work this weekend during an NSL double-header. “It was a trying week, but it built character for myself and our team,” Madsen said. “We had great speed, but our results do not show that unfortunately.” Press Releases8/20
  • NCRA)It will be one huge night of National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products racing action as 81 Speedway in Park City will host all four of the series divisions on one night to kick off the Labor Day weekend. It all happens on Saturday night, September 5, as the series sprint car, modified, late model and mod lite divisions as drivers competing in those four divisions continue their battle for the 2015 season championships in their respective divisions. Press Releases8/20
  • NCRA)A couple adjustments have been made to the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products sprint car division schedule as the tour looks to close out their 26th consecutive season under the series banner. The next event that is scheduled for the “winged warriors” is slated for 81 Speedway in Park City on Saturday night, September 5, as part of a single Labor Day weekend event. The originally scheduled Sunday night show for the Belleville High Banks Speedway in Belleville, Kansas has been nixed from the schedule. Press Releases8/20
  • BAPS Night)On Saturday, August 22nd beginning at 5:30pm at Lincoln Speedway in Abbottstown, PA, BAPS will be joining sprint car fans for it’s second night of family fun for a great cause. BAPS team, fans, families and our 2015 partner agency, Olivia's House, are anxious to join in the festivities and receive the proceeds from BAPS t-shirt sales plus special raffles including a 2016 track season pass and a custom designed race helmet. Lincoln Speedway itself will be supporting this grief center for children by donating a portion of their half of the 50/50 drawings from the evening. Central PA 8/20
  • USAC)Tonight's final event of the 2015 USAC Pennsylvania Tour for Honda National Midgets and ARDC Midgets at Susquehanna Speedway Park has been cancelled due to rain. Rico Abreu, winner of Tuesday's race at Spring Run and Wednesday's race at New Oxford is third in the new standings behind Kevin Thomas Jr. and Tracy Hines. The series now moves on to the September 4-5 7th Annual "Gold Crown Midget Nationals" at Tri-City Speedway in Granite City, Ill.USAC 8/20

Wednesday  August 19th 2015 

If you have a job without any aggravations, you don't have a job. Malcolm Forbes



  • Lincoln Speedway PA)For the throngs of race fans who turned out to Lincoln to see 4-foot, 4-inch Rico Abreu Wednesday night, he did not disappoint. “That was pretty damn cool right there!” exclaimed Abreu after claiming his second USAC/ARDC win in as many nights as part of the Honda Midget Series “Eastern Storm” swing, “They packed the track in and that helped out a bunch. That was a pretty cool race to be driving.’ Central PA 8/19
  • USAC)Rico Abreu wowed the Lincoln Speedway crowd with a late-race charge to steal the lead from Bryan Clauson on Lap 29, taking his second-straight Honda National Midget win on the Pennsylvania swing on Wednesday night. Jerry Coons, Jr. grabbed the lead from outside the front-row as everyone scrambled behind him for top-five positions, with Abreu slicing from row-three to second, ahead of Clauson. After an early caution, Clauson moved by Abreu for second. The race's middle section staged a duel for the lead between Coons and Clauson, while Abreu fought his teammate Christopher Bell for third. USAC 8/19
  • RMMRA)Coming off of a long delay due to rain outs, the RMMRA returned to racing action on Saturday, August 15th. This is the fourth scheduled date at I-76 Speedway although the first race that would not be canceled due to inclement weather. Race Results 8/19
  • Manitowoc Speedway WI)Starting on the pole of the Professional Plating Inc. 360 Feature, Paul Pokorski (West Bend) shot to the lead, with Mitchell Yurmanovich (Cascade) giving chase. While the leaders stretched the lead, Justin Miller (Plymouth) and Kyle Marten (Sheboygan Falls) sliced through the field quickly, moving in to challenge Pokorski as both got around Yurmanovich quickly.Race Results 8/19


  • Scotland County Fairgrounds MO)Scotland County Fair Board is bringing sprint car racing to Northeast Missouri and the Tri-State area at the Memphis, MO fairgrounds on Friday, September 4. Speedway Motors ASCS Warrior Region winged sprint cars will be joined with the Impact Signs WAR non-wing sprints for two classes of open wheel race cars. Action gets underway at 7:30 p.m. with hot laps, which will be followed by racing events. Over 40 cars are expected to be in competition in qualifying events for the two 25 lap features that will conclude the program. Sprint cars have not competed on the Scotland County Speedway since 2001. Press Releases8/19
  • Column)Danny Burton has notes from Bloomington Indiana in Hoosier Race Report 8/19
  • Williams Grove Speedway PA)This Saturday Williams Grove Speedway’s Saturday Night Series will donate their half of the 50/50 money to the family of James Campbell Jr. Last week Campbell lost his life in a Sprint Car crash during a Friday evening practice session. Campbell’s No. 31 was well known throughout the racing region Central PA 8/19
  • Winter Heat)The 2nd annual Winter Heat Sprint Car Showdown will feature the Big Al Sportsmanship Award, which will include a custom plaque for an outstanding individual. Press Releases8/19
  • KSE Racing Products)The Knoxville Nationals proved to be very successful for drivers using KSE Racing Products, as both the 360 Nationals and 410 Nationals champions steered to victory lane with the help of KSE. Press Releases8/19
  • Andee Beierle)Andee Beierle returns to FVP National Sprint League competition this weekend with a Midwest doubleheader. Beierle will make her debut at Fairmont Raceway in Fairmont, Minn., on Friday and at Clay County Fairgrounds in Spencer, Iowa, on Saturday. Press Releases8/19
  • Wayne Johnson)Wayne Johnson’s Southern Iowa Sprintweek was a success. After finishing fourth in the 360 Nationals, he put the retro Beaver Drill & Tool #12x in the main event on Saturday night of the Knoxville Nationals. It’s back to Lucas Oil ASCS National Series action this Sunday night, when the series invades the Missouri State Fair Speedway in Sedalia with the winner going home with $12,000. Press Releases8/19
  • Inside Lane)This week’s edition of “The Inside Lane” on ESPN 92.3 FM presented by Custom Metal Coating with Steve Inch and Todd Steward will air at 5 p.m. (EST) Thursday, Aug. 20, featuring interviews with Donny Schatz, Blane Heimbach, and Eric Parker. World of Outlaws sprint car points leader Schatz will talk about his ninth victory in ten years in last weekend’s 55th Knoxville Nationals as well as his spectacular 23-win season to date on the national tour. Press Releases8/19
  • Steven Tiner)Teaming up with Doug Rutz to compete in the Northwest over the weekend, Steven Tiner would put a tough Friday night behind him before racing his way to a sixth place finish at the Southern Oregon Speedway on Saturday night. Press Releases8/19
  • Jace Vander Weerd)After a week off, Jace Vander Weerd returned to action and picked up his best winged sprint car finish to date, as he charged to third on Friday night at the Keller Auto Speedway. Press Releases8/19
  • Justin Sanders)Justin Sanders is forming a good habit. Week after week the Watsonville, CA driver seems to end a night in victory lane, and that was the case on Saturday night as he picked up his 15th win of the season while in action at the Marysville Raceway. Press Releases8/19
  • Justyn Cox)Unfortunately for Justyn Cox, his Midwest trip ended just like it started, and that was with mechanical issues during the Friday night program of the Knoxville Nationals.“It was disappointing to have our week end like that,” Cox said. “During our qualifying night we laid down a great lap in time trials but we struggled a bit racing, and then on Friday we had issues end our weekend.” Press Releases8/19
  • Brian Brown)Brian Brown and the Casey’s General Stores/FVP #21 team turned in another successful Knoxville Nationals last week. After a shaky start, the Grain Valley, Missouri driver came through in Saturday night’s finale with a charge from 14th to sixth. Brian has three races planned this weekend. Press Releases8/19
  • Craig Dollansky)The sprint car world converged on Knoxville, Iowa this past week for the 55th Annual Knoxville Nationals. For TKS Motosports team it was their first ever run at the prestigious event with this season being their first year in action with veteran driver Craig Dollansky behind the wheel. Press Releases8/19
  • Column)Gaye Carmichael has notes from World of Outlaws at McCool Junction NE in Sprint Car Notes8/19
  • Perris Auto Speedway CA)The greatest driver in the history of the prestigious Turkey Night Grand Prix, Mesa, Arizona’s Ron Shuman, has been named grand marshal of the historic running of the 75th edition of the race at Perris Auto Speedway on Thanksgiving Night. The race will match the Honda USAC National and Western Midgets. Press Releases8/19
  • J&J Auto Racing)For the 10th consecutive year a J&J Auto Racing car found victory lane in Sprint car racing's biggest event. Donny Schatz led a J&J brigade at the Knoxville Nationals picking up his ninth Nationals victory in the past 10 years. Schatz wasn't the only J&J winner in Knoxville. Bryan Clauson and Lynton Jeffrey were also winners during the Nationals adding to the success J&J had during the week long event. Derek Hagar also had a good weekend winning twice while Brandon McMullen and Kyle Sauder also were victorious in J&J machines. Press Releases8/19
  • TJ Michael)The last month has been good for “410” sprint car rookie T.J. Michael. The Plano, Texas native, who relocates to Fremont, Ohio during the summer months for the purpose of racing, has earned six consecutive top-ten finishes during “410” sprint car competition; all of which occurring during Fremont/Attica Sprint Title Championship Series feature action.Press Releases8/19
  • MSCS)This upcoming weekend will present a long awaited opportunity for the Hoosier Tire Midwest Sprint Car Series to compete at the Brownstown Speedway. The series will be making its first ever appearance at the quarter mile track. Previous attempts by the series to race there were rained out. This year the series has completed all 15 races on the schedule on the dates they were originally set for. Press Releases8/19
  • Oswego Speedway NY)As the countdown continues toward the 59th running of the Budweiser International Classic 200 at Oswego Speedway on Sunday, September 6, we look back at the next historic Classic driver on our list, Ohio Classic champion - Gary Allbritain. Press Releases8/19
  • ESS)TI22 Performance from Zelienople, Pa. has been a part of the Lucky Giveaway Program since 2011. The company that produces fine sprint car parts made in America also builds the very popular GF1 sprint cars used by many on the ESS Tour. Press Releases8/19
  • Aaron Reutzel)A banner season continues on for Clute, Texas racer Aaron Reutzel. And this time it was on the biggest of Sprint Car racing stages. After the current Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour points leader raced to the podium in Knoxville’s 360 Nationals the previous weekend, Reutzel made the most of his first Knoxville Nationals by earning Rookie of the Year honors this past weekend. Press Releases8/19



  • Ocean Speedway CA)With the big show fast approaching the final Ocean Sprints presented by Taco Bravo Qualifying Race for the prestigious 55th Johnny Key Classic will take place this Friday night at Ocean Speedway. So far there have been five Key Qualifiers held going into Friday night. Drivers already earning lock-in spots have been Auburn’s Andy Forsberg on May 23 in Marysville, Elk Grove’s Greg Decaires on May 30 in Placerville, Chico’s Jonathan Allard on June 20 in Petaluma, as well as Fremont’s Shane Golobic & Watsonville’s Justin Sanders at Ocean Speedway. Press Releases8/19
  • Oswego Speedway NY)The Road to the Championship for Oswego Speedway’s Novelis Supermodifieds and Pathfinder Bank Small Block Supers continues to tighten leading to this weekend’s action featuring the Pathfinder Bank SBS Twin 20’s and a 50-lap Novelis Supermodified main presented by AirGas and the Woodchuck Saloon. Press Releases8/19
  • National Sprint Car Museum)The Angell Park Speedway in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, will host the “National Sprint Car Museum Madness” program on Sunday, August 30, in conjunction with that night’s co-sanctioned National Sprint League (NSL) and Interstate Racing Association (IRA) sprint car race. The museum will be giving away sprint car-related prizes from its museum store to many lucky fans in attendance. Press Releases8/19
  • All Stars)After spending two weeks away from UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions competition to allow teams to focus on events at the Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, Iowa, the UNOH All Star travelers will return to the series schedule this Friday through Sunday for a trio of events throughout Michigan and Ohio. The upcoming weekend will feature back-to-back events in the state of Michigan on Friday, August 21, and Saturday, August 22, followed by a short trip south to the “Buckeye State” for a one night stand on Sunday, August 23. Each of the three scheduled programs will award $5,000 to the main event winner. All Stars 8/19
  • CRASH PAD)You may race a thousand times without a problem but things can change with one bad landing. Stuff Happens. Be prepared.
  • Jersey Rush)Race fans are abuzz as anticipation builds for the only combined appearance of the top divisions of the region – the 410 Sprint Cars and the Modifieds – together in one event at Ocean County, NJ’s New Egypt Speedway on Tuesday, August 25. Driver entries are pouring in and the cream of the crop are Garden State bound for the NAPA Auto Parts & Pioneer Pole Buildings Jersey Rush V. Central PA 8/19
  • Danny Holtgraver)Since earning his first win of the 2015 season, western Pennsylvania’s Danny Holtgraver has been anxious to get back in the driver seat. Holtgraver, driver of the Phoenix Racing, Bonnell’s Rod Shop, DKW Transport, Auto Electric of Jupiter, Southern Pacific Farms, #59, will have that opportunity this weekend, as he prepares for three consecutive events with the UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions. The recent “Putzy Kekich Memorial” champion at Mercer Raceway Park will join the UNOH All Stars in Michigan and Ohio this Friday, Saturday and Sunday, chasing the $5,000 top prize on all three occasions. Press Releases8/19
  • Badger)The tradition of racing during Sun Prairie’s Cornfest continues Sunday Night Aug. 23 at Angell Park Speedway. Three divisions: The IRA Bumper to Bumper Outlaws Sprint Cars Series, The Zimbrick Chevrolet of Sun Prairie/Mid-State Equipment Badger Midget Racing Series, and the Wisconsin Dirt Legends highlight “The Miller Lite Cornfest Racing Classic”. The same three divisions produced a spectacular night of racing at their most recent event at the track in July. Grandstands open at 4:30 pm, practice and qualifying beginning at 6:00 pm, with racing to follow. 8/19
  • Waynesfield Raceway Park OH)This weekend brings a tight points battle in just about every class for the top spot. With only two points races remaining we welcome our friends from Quest Federal Credit Union this Saturday evening. Admission will only be $12 for adults, $10 for seniors, $6 for teens and 10 and under is always FREE. Hope to see you all there.8/19
  • Simon Spitzbarth)When it comes to 360 Sprintcars, they are a tough beast to maintain, but Simon Spitzbarth’s debut season is seeing him to continue to gain experience and improve. The Darwin-based racer has just under a dozen 360 Sprintcar race meetings to his name and is enjoying his steady improvement. Press Releases8/19
  • NSL)Drivers of the FVP National Sprint League will be vying for a $5,000 top prize, with $3,000 going to second Saturday night at the Clay County Fair Speedway in Spencer, Iowa! The 3/8-mile oval will play host to the series for the first time, and proves to be the perfect venue for its stars! Craig Dollansky, who has promoted shows in the past in Spencer, won there with the World of Outlaws in 2011. Craig, from Elk River, Minnesota also won with the NSL earlier this season in Des Moines, Iowa and will be aboard the TKS Motorsports #2KS on Saturday. National Sprint League 8/19
  • IRA)Coming off a break in the action during the Knoxville Nationals week, the Bumper to Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprints are ready top get back to the track in a big way, with three consecutive nights of racing action this weekend. The teams of the Bumper to Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprint will showcase their spectacle of speed twice at Wilmot Raceway during the Kenosha County Fair. It begins on Friday Nights, as the winged, 900 horsepower outlaw sprints send the sound of 410 cubic inch, alcohol breathing engines as a calling card to join the excitement on the third-mile clay oval. IRA 8/19

Tuesday  August 18th 2015 

The trouble with jogging is that the ice falls out of your glass. Martin Mull



  • World of Outlaws)Kerry Madsen led wire-to-wire Tuesday night at Junction Motor Speedway to score his first World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series win of the 2015 season. Madsen held off Donny Schatz and Joey Saldana to get the win, his first since Sept. 7, 2014. Saldana finished second and Schatz finished third. DIRT/World of Outlaws 8/19
  • USAC Midgets)Rico Abreu was a welcome visitor to the Pennsylvania racing fans, and he made them happy with an entertaining win in Tuesday night's return of the Honda Midget National Championship to the Keystone State at Path Valley Speedway Park. The 2014 series champion from Rutherford, California made it four wins on the year, as he held off his teammates in the 30-lapper aboard the Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports - Toyota TRD #97 Bullet/Speedway Toyota. USAC 8/18


  • Joey Saldana)Joey Saldana and the Motter Equipment HE&M Saw Beltline Body Shop team raised the bar in preliminary action at Junction Motor Speedway tonight where the World of Outlaws participated in their fifth ever event. Saldana powered to a new track record and his (lucky) 13th quick time of the season with a 13.528-second lap around the 3/8-mile oval. Press Releases8/18
  • Nick Ringo)Nick Ringo the grandson of the Legendary Nick Ringo Sr. and nephew of Current Sprintcar driver Nick Ringo Jr. Won his first career main event last Saturday at Petaluma. the 23 old hot show led wire to wire in dominating fashion in the hooked up Petaluma Adobe 3/8 mile clay track. There were a few yellow flags to bunch up the competition but The young Ringo was not to be denied as he sped off every time and was never seriously challenged. The Kirk Eddison owned team was so happy as well as all The Ringo family to have the Ringo name back in victory lane.The kids got major talent and I'm sure this is the first of many wins to come.8/19
  • Mercer Raceway Park PA)Mercer Raceway Park will host the sixth running of the Auto Racers for Kids charity event this Saturday, August 22. The program was postponed from June 13 due to inclement weather. The list of previous winners reads like a who's who in the 410 Sprint Car World, and the current edition promises to be bigger and better than before. All of the regular classes that comprise the Saturday Night Live! racing card will be on hand, and the racers can all go for broke because the finishes will not affect the season point championship contests. Those will be decided next week on Meet Your Heroes Night, presented by Herr's. Press Releases8/18
  • Selinsgrove Speedway PA)Selinsgrove Speedway swings back into action at 7:30 p.m. this Saturday, Aug. 22, with a four division program of 360 sprint cars, super late models, pro stocks, and roadrunners on Bernheisel Race Components Night. Track gates will open at 5 p.m. For the 2015 season, Jim Bernheisel, President of Bernheisel Race Components, announced a local track sponsorship program that will provide more than $60,000 in awards, parts, and cash to the late models, limited late models, and econo late models at five area speedways, including Selinsgrove. Central PA 8/18
  • Robbie Price)Making another start aboard a winged pavement sprint car, Robbie Price continued to find success as he picked up the preliminary night win at the Daffodil Cup before finishing ninth during the finale. Press Releases8/18
  • Richard Vander Weerd)Richard Vander Weerd and his Vander Weerd Racing team had another weekend of both winged and non-winged action. Though Vander Weerd would have issues on Friday night with his winged car, he would bounce back on Saturday and finish second with the USAC/CRA Series at the Perris Auto Speedway. Press Releases8/18
  • Jason Statler)Taking a problematic engine to the Silver Dollar Speedway on Friday night, Jason Statler and his DF Rios Motorsports team played with some different things under the hood and on their car and ended up finishing in the fifth spot. Press Releases8/18
  • Parker Price-Miller)Coming into Knoxville Nationals week after a rough crash in the 360 Nationals finale, Parker Price-Miller would end his rookie attempt in the C Main. “It was eventful, that is for sure, but I am happy with the experience I gained during the Nationals,” Price-Miller stated. Press Releases8/18
  • DJ Netto)Heading back to Knoxville, IA for the first time in his career, DJ Netto didn’t let his results get him down, as he was happy with how he and his team progressed each time they hit the track.“We came back here just looking to get some experience to build on, and I truly thing we got better as a team night in and night out during the 360 and 410ci Nationals,” DJ Netto said. Press Releases8/18
  • Terry McCarl)The whirlwind of Southern Iowa Sprintweek is a lot for everyone racing. When you add promoting a race to the list, things get even more hectic. It couldn’t have gone much better for Terry McCarl and the TMAC Motorsports #24 team! He was able to win his second Jesse Hockett “Mr. Sprint Car” title, the 360 Nationals and his qualifying night feature at the Knoxville Nationals. In addition, the Front Row Challenge was a rousing success. This weekend will find the team competing with the FVP National Sprint League at Fairmont Raceway in Minnesota Friday and in Spencer, Iowa Saturday. Press Releases8/18
  • Williams Grove Speedway PA)On August 22, Williams Grove Speedway will present their final 2015 Saturday Night Series Saturday event. The final Saturday show will feature the Blazer’s Body Shop Super Sportsman, Credit Connection Auto Sales 358 Late Models and Aquafun Pools Street Stocks. Central PA 8/18
  • Springfield IL)The largest entry list in 8 years for the Tony Bettenhausen 100 USAC Silver Crown Series event Saturday at the Illinois State Fairgrounds has the racing scene buzzing as does the fact that the 37 car entry list contains no less than 10 drivers from the home state. “Illini Pride” includes a past two-time winner of the Tony Bettenhausen 100, a past series champion and winner of the Hoosier Hundred, two past winners of the Ted Horn 100 and three pilots from the capitol city itself! Press Releases8/18
  • Brock Zearfoss)Brock Zearfoss will attempt to score multiple high dollar paydays during the upcoming weekend; competing for no less than $4,000 during his two-day venture. Zearfoss, pilot of the Brock Zearfoss Racing, Moose’s LZ Bar and Grill, Central Builders Supply, Leach’s Automotive Service, Meckley’s Limestone, #3Z sprint car, will make routine visits this Friday and Saturday, beginning with action at the Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania on Friday, August 21, followed by a visit to the Port Royal Speedway in Port Royal, Pennsylvania on Saturday, August 22. Despite each facility being labeled as a “normal” destination for Zearfoss, the “Jonestown Jet” will have an opportunity to pocket a hefty $5,000 on Friday and $4,000 on Saturday. Press Releases8/18
  • USAC/CRA)Taking the lead from polesitter R.J. Johnson on lap five, Concord California’s “The Demon” Damion Gardner claimed Saturday’s Amsoil USAC/CRA Sprint Car feature at Perris Auto Speedway. For Gardner, the “California Racers Hall of Fame Night” victory marks his fifth win of the campaign as the series prepares for the “California Sprint Week.” Richard Vander Weerd, Brody Roa, Austin Williams, and fast qualifier Mike Spencer chased the defending champion to the checkered flags. USAC 8/18
  • Triple X Race Co)Team XXX raced its way through Knoxville Nationals weekend with wins across the country and strong finishes at the biggest event in Sprint Car Racing. All of us at Triple X Race Components congratulate our weekend winners and nationals performers. Drivers hitting victory lane with their XXX chassis included Jack Sodeman Jr, Jimmy Seger, Chase Dietz, Mike Vollbrecht, Tony Rossi, Ty Sampair and Johnny Parsons III. Three drivers using XXX chassis made an impact in the Knoxville Nationals A Main event, including Greg Hodnett who earned hard charger honors after racing from 23rd to 10th, Brent Marks who set fast time on Friday, and Sheldon Haudenschild who was 4th in points after night one. Press Releases8/18
  • Ohsweken Speedway ONT)Ohsweken Speedway's 20th season of racing continues this Friday, August 21 when presents Canadian National Autism Foundation Night and Autograph Night. The event features the Corr/Pak Merchandising 360 Sprint Cars, Strickland's GMC Crate Sprint Cars, Affordable Towing & Recovery Thunder Stocks, HRW Automotive Mini Stocks, and Gale's Auto Aftermarket Bombers, plus the final Autograph Night of the season. Press Releases8/18
  • Matt Mitchell)Matt Mitchell of Yorba Linda, Calif., finished 10th in the AMSOIL USAC/CRA Sprint Car feature Saturday at Perris (Calif.) Auto Speedway. Saturday’s feature was the first Mitchell has finished out of the top-six in seven events at Perris this season. Press Releases8/18
  • STARS)On Saturday night, the D’Arcy GMC STARS series gained another member to its 4-win club. Channahon, Illinois native Brad Greenup joined the short list of drivers to win four times in a season, but it didn’t come easy. Billy Hulbert was hungry to go back to back and collect his second win of the season, giving Greenup one final challenge on the final lap. Press Releases8/18
  • ASCS Gulf South)Points battles can change tempo in the blink of an eye. One bad lap can cost a driver dearly at the end of the season, and that is evident in the 2015 chase for the Championship with the Southern Trailer Works ASCS Gulf South Region presented by Griffith Truck and Equipment.  ASCS 8/18
  • Sammy Swindell)Sammy Swindell qualified for his 33rd career Knoxville Nationals A Main last Saturday during arguably the toughest weekend of his life. Swindell piloted a CJB Motorsports sprint car to a 19th-place finish during the 55th edition of the premier sprint car event at Knoxville Raceway only two days after his son, Kevin, was severely injured in a wreck at the half-mile oval in Central Iowa. Press Releases8/18
  • Danny Lasoski)Danny Lasoski guided Big Game Treestands to a top 10 during the 55th annual FVP Knoxville Nationals presented by Casey's General Store last weekend at Knoxville Raceway. However, he is anything but satisfied. Press Releases8/18
  • Trey Starks)Trey Starks garnered a pair of podium finishes with the Western Sprint Tour last weekend to extend his lead to 209 points in the championship standings with only two races remaining. "We had a solid weekend," he said. "We had good runs every night. We were a little short each night, but overall it was a good weekend." Press Releases8/18
  • Ryan Smith)Ryan Smith enters a UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions tripleheader this weekend ranked seventh in the championship standings. Smith will make his debut at I-96 Speedway in Lake Odessa, Mich., on Friday and at Butler Speedway in Quincy, Mich., on Saturday before attempting his second career race at Millstream Speedway in Findlay, Ohio, on Sunday. Press Releases8/18
  • Cody Wampler)Cody Wampler registered his third straight podium finish and his second win during the last three weeks on Saturday at Lawton Speedway. "It was another good night," he said. "Things are definitely turning around and we're getting a handle on the car. We were really good all night." Press Releases8/18
  • National Sprint Car Museum)The National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum will head back to Moberly, Missouri, on Friday, August 28, with its “Museum Madness” program, in conjunction with that night’s FVP National Sprint League (NSL) sprint car race. Headlining the museum display will be NSCHoF inductee Bill Utz of Sedalia, Missouri, his famed Ol’ Yeller number 56 sprint car, and the late Ken Taylor’s restored number 96 super-modified. Press Releases8/18
  • Brandon Hanks)Brandon Hanks is slated to tackle an ASCS Gulf South Region doubleheader this weekend in Texas. Hanks and his David Smith Racing team will compete on Friday at Heart O' Texas Speedway in Waco, Texas, before making his debut at Cotton Bowl Speedway in Paige, Texas, on Saturday. Press Releases8/18
  • Channin Tankersley)Following a month-long break from action Channin Tankersley enters this weekend's ASCS Gulf South Region doubleheader only two points out of the lead in the championship standings. "Unfortunately we've had a lot of rainouts so we've already had a lot of down time," he said. "It was a nice little break though. I wish it wouldn't have been four weeks, but I did some mod lite racing now and then to stay a little fresh." Press Releases8/18
  • Travis Rilat)Travis Rilat scored his second ASCS Frontier Region victory in the past four races last Saturday at Billings Motorsports Park. It marked Rilat's fifth victory of the year and his fourth with car owner Richard Saumure, who is also known as Frenchie. Press Releases8/18
  • Dale Blaney)Dale Blaney advanced into his 10th career Knoxville Nationals main event last weekend during the 55th edition of the famed event at Knoxville Raceway. "Going in our goal was to get into the A Main on our preliminary night and we got that accomplished," he said. "We drew a good number and that helped start us on the right track." Press Releases8/18
  • Derek Hagar)Derek Hagar swept a USCS doubleheader last weekend to give him eight feature victories this season and five wins in his last nine races. Hagar, who now has 35 career USCS triumphs, also extended his winning streak to three consecutive years at Greenville Speedway in Greenville, Miss., and two straight at Jackson Motor Speedway. Press Releases8/18
  • Sam Hafertepe Jr)Sam Hafertepe Jr. battled through several obstacles last week during the 55th annual FVP Knoxville Nationals presented by Casey's General Store at Knoxville Raceway. Hafertepe, who piloted a sprint car for Hill's Racing Team, got off to a rough start when a tire blew on the final lap during the 4th annual Capitani Classic a week ago Sunday. That sent his race car from a top-10 finish into the wall, which forced the team to use a backup car during the Knoxville Nationals. Press Releases8/18



  • Mason Moore)Making his first start at the Silver Dollar Speedway since May, Mason Moore’s reunion was cut short as a fuel issue left him sidelined from the night’s feature event. “It felt good to be back at Silver Dollar Speedway on Friday night, but unfortunately we had a fuel leak develop as we were lining up and we could not get it fixed in time,” Moore said. Press Releases8/18
  • Sean Becker)Sean Becker claimed two podium finishes over the weekend as he picked up a third place finish on Friday night aboard his Menne Motorsports entry, before charging to a second place finish on Saturday night at the Placerville Speedway with the Dan Monhoff Motorsports team. Press Releases8/18
  • ASCS Lucas Oil)The half-mile State Fair Speedway in Sedalia, Mo. will ring with horsepower once more as the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network along with the Speedway Motors ASCS Warrior Region makes their return on Sunday, August 23, 2015 with the Casey’s General Store High Roller Classic presented by ASCS 8/18
  • Wayne County Speedway OH)As schools begin to go back into session, Wayne County Speedway wants all Wayne County and surrounding area schools to come out to the races Saturday night to show their school spirit. All students 18 and under will receive free admission to the races by wearing their schools colors , be it a t-shirt, sweatshirt, jersey’s and even uniforms. The school who has the most spirit, in attendance, will earn their school’s athletic department $250.Press Releases8/18
  • Dodge City Raceway Park KS)It happens just one time each year. And that one time is this Saturday, as “traditional” Sprint Cars takes to the Dodge City Raceway Park clay oval this Saturday night. Saturday’s card that fires off at 7:30 p.m. marks the final round of the USAC Southwest Sprint Cars Third Annual “Freedom Tour” for non-wing Sprint Cars. Press Releases8/18
  • I-35 Speedway MO)The best of the Non-Wing Sprint Car world will be at I-35 Speedway this week 8/22/2015 doing battle on the 3/8ths mile track. Along with the always entertaining Sprints will be Midwest Lightning Sprints, USRA Modifieds, USRA B-Modifieds, USRA Stock Cars, E-Modifieds, Grand Nationals, and Hobby Stocks. We will keep the great racing action moving on this packed night of entertainment and fun. Point races are tightening and the action is heating up on the track as the best go head to head and wheel to wheel form green to checkers. You don’t want to miss one minute of the action at I-35 Speedway this Saturday Night, so, mark that calendar and make those plans to join use for all the family fun and racing excitement. See you there for more “Dirt Trackin at its Best” I-35 Speedway in Winston, MO 8/18
  • Springfield IL)The task of driving two different types of race cars at the same track on different days happens frequently but it is usually two different types of open wheel or stock cars. The task of driving an open wheel championship car and a full bodied stock car on the same weekend isn’t as frequent, especially when it is being attempted on the dirt fairground miles of Illinois. Since 1965, stock cars and championship dirt cars have shared the last weekend of the afternoon grandstand entertainment at the Illinois State Fair. In the last fifty years, just 14 drivers have managed to make the starting lineup for both the Tony Bettenhausen 100 and the Allen Crowe 100 on the last weekend of the fair, and only one has gone to victory lane in both races. Press Releases8/18
  • Matt Peterson)Taking to the Placerville Speedway on Saturday night, Wilton, CA driver, Matt Peterson raced his way to a fourth place finish. “It was a great night overall for this team, and I was really pleased with how we raced and how we finished,” Matt Peterson said. Press Releases8/18
  • NSL)For the first time in almost thirty years, 410 sprint cars will be screaming around the banked ½-mile Fairmont Raceway in Minnesota this Friday night! The event presented by the State Bank of Fairmont and True Value of Fairmont and Lakefield will be held in conjunction with the 150th Annual Martin County Fair! National Sprint League 8/18
  • Greg DeCaires)A week after experiencing his first finish outside of the Top-10 all season long, Greg DeCaires rebounded nicely as he picked up a third place effort at the Placerville Speedway on Saturday night.“It was a good night for this team, and I was glad we were able to come back strong after a rough weekend,” DeCaries said. Press Releases8/18
  • Andy Gregg)Andy Gregg and his Russell Motorsports picked up their third win in 2015 as Gregg wired the field on Saturday night to win during the always-popular Kids Night at Placerville Speedway. “This night is always so cool to win at with all of the young fans in attendance, but now being a father myself it makes it even more special,” Gregg said. Press Releases8/18
  • Ryan Bernal)In what is his first season aboard a winged sprint car, Ryan Bernal and his Mike Phulps Motorsports team took on the daunting task of heading to Knoxville, IA and competing in both the 360ci and 410ci Knoxville Nationals. “It was a very tough trip, but we knew it was going to be tough going into it,” Bernal said. “I am very proud of my team’s effort, and very thankful to have had such a great opportunity.” Press Releases8/18
  • Smitty Boys Racing)With the Louie Vermeil Classic less than three weeks away, Smitty Boys Racing is gearing up for a run at making history. Sponsors, friends and race fans have joined with car owner Darin Smith and driver Geoff Ensign to attempt to add their names to the list of Vermeil winners this upcoming Labor Day Weekend at the famed Calistoga half-mile. Press Releases8/18
  • Fred Rahmer Promotions)The field of current fan favorites has been set for the $10,000 Winner-Takes-All Shootout that will take place at the Fred Rahmer Promotions Legends of Central Pennsylvania event presented by Apple Chevrolet on Wednesday, August 26 (Raindate: August 27) at the Lincoln Speedway. These six competitors will join a group of Legends and the 358 Sprint Cars as participants in the three-division spectacle. Over 1,000 votes were cast for 88 different drivers in a write-in ballot on the Fred Rahmer Promotions website. The drivers with the most votes, in order, were: Danny Dietrich (Gettysburg, PA), Brian Montieth (Phoenixville, PA), Dale Blaney (Fowler, OH), Greg Hodnett (Thomasville, PA), Alan Krimes (Denver, PA) and Lucas Wolfe (Mechanicsburg, PA). Press Releases8/18
  • Lance Dewease)It was a rough weekend for the entire racing community as we lost another racer to an unfortunate accident. Friday night's events at Williams Grove Speedway were cancelled due to this tragedy. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Jim Campbell Jr. and to all the spectators, fans, and teams that were in attendance that night. Press Releases8/18


  • St Francois County Raceway MO)After a two week break, St. Francois County Raceway came alive once again Saturday Night, and it was one of our monthly $5 nights! And we were blessed to have Miss Carlei Huff with us! It was awesome to see her in good spirits and her smile light the whole place up! She received a very warm welcome and a standing ovation from fans and drivers on both sides of the track. Fans had the opportunity to check out a couple of the cars and meet the drivers as they came in the front gate before the races started, as Joey Boyd had his #67 Sprint Car and Jeremy Welborn had his #27w B-Modified on display. Race Results 8/18
  • Antioch Speedway CA)Making his first start of the season, Billy Macedo impressed with a win in the 20 lap Northern All Stars Wingless Spec Sprint Main Event Saturday night at Antioch Speedway. Macedo is a two time division champion, and he won by a comfortable margin ahead of point leader Kyle Bakkie. Race Results 8/18



  • Kevin Swindell)Statement from Swindell Family Regarding Kevin Swindell's Progress Des Moines, IA - Kevin underwent surgery today at Des Moines Mercy Hospital to address one of two fractures he suffered in his back following last week's accident at Knoxville Raceway. Both surgeries have been successful and the doctors are heartened by his progress. The doctors are also running tests on and monitoring a spinal chord injury that Kevin received during the accident. We realize there is a long battle ahead, but Kevin has remained positive throughout the process and is prepared to fight to regain his health. We're all hopeful for a Friday discharge and the next steps to recovery. We would like to especially thank the doctors, nurses and the staff at Des Moines Mercy Hospital for their outstanding work and the care they have provided for Kevin. Additionally, we want to let the sprint car community and all of the fans who have reached out to the three of us know that we are grateful for your ongoing support, prayers and donations. We remain optimistic about Kevin's progress and will provide updates as they become available. 8/18
  • 81 Speedway KS)Wingless sprints and midgets highlight a huge two nights of exciting dirt track action at 81 Speedway in Park City, Kansas as the annual “Wix Filters/Bumper to Bumper Auto Parts” night at the speedway is now upon us. It all kicks off this coming Friday night (August 21) with the 2nd annual Harold Leep Memorial as the Arizona based USAC Southwest Sprint Car Series brings some of the best non-wing 360 drivers in the southwest to the three-eighths mile clay oval to do battle with top drivers in the region for the $2500 to win, $250 to start championship event. Also competing will the POWERi West midget series with some of the best midget drivers in the region expected. Press Releases8/18
  • Lawton Speedway OK)Exciting non-wing sprint car racing action returns to Lawton Speedway this coming Wednesday night, August 19, as the track will host the opening night of the third annual “Freedom Tour” featuring the USAC Southwest sprint car series. Also competing will be the tracks limited modified division. Press Releases8/18
  • Tim Kaeding)Running all year at the Knoxville Raceway, Tim Kaeding had high hopes going into his Knoxville Nationals, but unfortunately things did not go as he had hoped and he would finish ninth in the C Main. “We had a tough draw in our qualifying night, and we came up short of making the feature on Friday night, and we really put ourselves in a hole,” Tim Kaeding said. Press Releases8/18
  • Willie Croft)Heading from the bullrings of California to the Knoxville Raceway ½ mile is no easy feat, and though he did not have the success he had hoped for, Willie Croft is extremely thankful for everyone who made his trip possible. “It was a dream of mine to compete at the Knoxville Raceway, and though we did not run how we had hoped, I cannot thank everyone who made this trip possible enough,” Willie Croft said. Press Releases8/18
  • Aaron Reutzel)Teaming with Roth Motorsports for his first ever Knoxville Nationals attempt, Aaron Reutzel would race his way to Knoxville Nationals Rookie of the Year by way of his 17th place effort in the Saturday night B Main event. “We may not have put it in the big show like we had hoped, but we learned a ton as a team, and got better day-by-day,” Aaron Reutzel said. Press Releases8/18
  • David Gravel)David Gravel and his Destiny Motorsports team did some really good things during the 55th Annual Knoxville Nationals. Looking to put a tough Summer behind them, Gravel and company showed up to the biggest races of the year and earned a podium finish during their qualifying night before finishing 13th during the Saturday night feature event. Press Releases8/18
  • Kerry Madsen)Kerry Madsen and his Keneric Racing/American Racing No. 29 team put together a very strong Southern Iowa Speedweek that culminated with Madsen’s career best finish at the 55th Annual Knoxville Nationals, a second place effort. “I cannot say enough about this entire team,” Kerry Madsen said. “We went into Nationals week after a tough Ironman weekend and we had great speed starting at the Capitani Classic, and we continued to run very well through the Nationals A-Main.” Press Releases8/18
  • Susquehanna Speedway Park PA)On Thursday night, August 20, the wingless USAC (United States Auto Club) Midgets will make the first ever appearance to SSP along with the Sportsman Modifieds. This will be the final race of their three race Eastern swing. USAC drivers that are schedule d to appear include 2015 Chili Bowl champion Rico Abrea as well as Tanner Thorson, Christopher Bell, Bryan Clauson, Tracey Hines, Dave Darland, Zach Daum, Jerry Coons Jr. and a host of local ARDC drivers. Central PA 8/18
  • Tracy Hines)Tracy Hines is getting to know Pennsylvania pretty well. The veteran driver has raced in the Keystone State with the Amsoil USAC Sprint Car Series each of the last seven years, including earlier this season. He’ll make a second trip to Pennsylvania this week as the Honda USAC National Midget Series heads east for a three-race stretch that will play a key role in determining the 2015 champion. Press Releases8/18
  • NSL)Ten days of intense sprint car racing came to an end with Saturday night’s 55th Annual FVP Knoxville Nationals presented by Casey’s General Stores. In the end, Southern Iowa Sprintweek saw NSL members sweep the 360 Nationals, and put six drivers in Saturday’s championship event at the Knoxville Nationals. In addition, the top three spots and six of the top ten positions in the 2015 Jesse Hockett “Mr. Sprint Car” standings went to NSL members. Following are the big winners amongst NSL members during Sprintweek… National Sprint League 8/18
  • World of Outlaws)With the 'Month of Money' concluded the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series begins its march west as it takes on Junction Motor Speedway in McCool Junction, Neb. on Aug. 18, River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks, N.D. on Aug. 21 and Nodak Speedway in Minot, N.D. on Aug. 23. After his ninth Knoxville Nationals win, Donny Schatz makes the trip as the driver to beat. With two wins at Junction, four wins at River Cities and three wins at Nodak, Schatz is the winningest active Outlaws driver at all of the upcoming tracks. DIRT/World of Outlaws 8/18
  • Brent Marks)Despite recently returning home from a busy stretch in the midwest, complete with seven events during a nine day time period, the “Myerstown Missile” Brent Marks will waste no time and begin preparations for three events in central Pennsylvania. The Myerstown, Pennsylvania native will join the “Pennsylvania Posse” at three different facilities this Friday, Saturday and Sunday; beginning with “Twin 20’s” action at the Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania on Friday, August 21. Each 20-lap feature will award $2,500 to the main event winner. Press Releases8/18
  • Joey Saldana)The next three races on the World of Outlaws tour take the winged sprint car drivers to Nebraska and North Dakota. After spending nearly a week in one location during the Knoxville Nationals, it is time for the Outlaws to return to the gypsy lifestyle, racing one night in one location and then heading on down the road to the next track. Press Releases8/18
  • Donny Schatz)Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing (TSR) driver Donny Schatz and the Bad Boy Buggies/Chevrolet Performance team continued their remarkable 2015 campaign with Saturday’s flag-to-flag victory in Sprint-car-racing’s marquee event: the Knoxville (Iowa) Nationals. Schatz was flawless in Saturday’s pressure-packed main event on the sport’s biggest stage, racing to his fifth consecutive Knoxville Nationals triumph and ninth in the previous 10 Nationals. And the victory brought with it plenty of emotion.Press Releases8/18
  • Mark Burch Motorsports)Mark Burch Motorsports is tackling a pair of marquee events this week with Danny Lasoski behind the wheel. The team will compete on Tuesday at Junction Motor Speedway in McCool Junction, Neb., with the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series and on Sunday at Missouri State Fair Speedway in Sedalia, Mo., for the High Roller Classic with the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour. Press Releases8/18
  • Austen Wheatley)Austen Wheatley earned his best Knoxville Nationals result last weekend. "As bad as I thought it went, I can pinpoint everything I did wrong and that we could have did better," he said. "It seemed worse, but it was the best result I've had. It's a place you have to go quite a bit to do well. The successful guys have like 10-to-15 years of experience there." Press Releases8/18
  • Joe Trenca)Joe Trenca was on pace for a great night last Sunday before his Mucci Motorsports sprint car ran out of fuel in the closing laps. "We were running seventh with three laps to go and we ran out of fuel," he said. "I'm disappointed they didn't do a fuel stop after they went over the window by a pretty big number. It was sputtering with about five to go and then it shut off with three to go." Press Releases8/18
  • Jason Sides)Jason Sides is set for a World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series tripleheader this week after a dissatisfying Knoxville Nationals. Sides missed a transfer into the main event during two preliminary nights before he ended the 55th annual FVP Knoxville Nationals presented by Casey's General Store by finishing seventh in the C Main on Saturday at Knoxville Raceway. "We made some progress, but it seemed like we didn't get going until late in the race each night and by then we ran out of laps," he said. Press Releases8/18
  • Mike Hensel)Mike Hensel loved auto racing, but foremost non-wing, open wheel racing. He grew up in Genoa, Ohio and him and his wife of 44 years, Shirley, lived in Elmore, Ohio before his passing in 2010. Mike and Shirley had two sons, Bob and Troy and three grandchildren, Faith, Jack and Evan. Mike’s father raced cars and motorcycles and as a youngster Mike started to attend racing and his love affair with the sport began. Press Releases8/18
  • Cody Bova)For the fifth time in 2015, and for the fourth time at Mercer Raceway Park, Cody Bova earned his way into “305” sprint car victory lane. Bova, a Struthers, Ohio native who competes regularly at the Mercer Raceway Park in Mercer, Pennsylvania, earned the “Outlaw Sprint Warriors” main event victory on Saturday night, August 15, at the Mercer short track. “Bonzai” dominated the entire 20-lap main event; leading by a near half-track advantage during certain points of the contest. Press Releases8/18
  • Perris Auto Speedway CA)There is no racing at Perris Auto Speedway this Saturday, August 22nd. Racing returns on August 29th with the the PASSCAR Stock Car Series Street Stocks, Super Stocks & Factory Stocks and the IMCA Modifieds. The final “Night of Destruction” for the 2015 season will take place on September 5th. The Amsoil USAC/CRA Sprint Cars, PAS Senior & Young Gun Sprints and the California Lightning Sprint Cars return on September 19th for the annual Glen Howard Classic. PASSCAR Stock Car Series and the IMCA Modifieds are next up at Perris Auto Speedway on August 29th.  Camping is available for $25.00 per night for all PAS events. The campground opens at noon the day before each event. Tailgating in the spectator parking lot will begin at 1:00 PM for all PAS events as well. 8/18

Monday  August 17th 2015 

 I woke up this morning with the sundown shining in     Kenny Rogers – Just Dropped In



  • Oswego Speedway NY)As the countdown continues toward the 59th running of the Budweiser International Classic 200 at Oswego Speedway on Sunday, September 6, we look back at the next historic Classic driver on our list, Michigan speed merchant – Johnny Benson Sr. Press Releases8/17
  • IRA)The Bumper to Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprint Series has a HUGE 3-day weekend of action coming up this weekend, and these events certainly have a festive atmosphere. Friday & Saturday, Aug 21-22, IRA headlines the Kenosha County Fair (Wilmot Raceway). This 2-day event always plays to massive crowds with full shows both nights, and Saturday's Roger Iles Tribute paying $3600 to the winner. Then Sunday, IRA will headline Sun Prairie's (Angell Park Speedway) annual CornFest event for the first time. CornFest in Sun Prairie is a big deal! IRA's tripleheader FESTIVAL weekend, Wilmot Fri & Sat, Angell Park Sun. 8/17
  • Chase Dietz)Central Pennsylvania youngster Chase Dietz etched his name into Lincoln Speedway history on Saturday evening, August 15, by adding his name to the long and prestigious list of sprint car feature winners in the Pigeon Hills of Pennsylvania. Dietz, pilot of the Scott Gobrecht owned, Golf Cart Services, Bad Boy Buggies, ServiceMaster Clean Janitorial Service of York and Lancaster, Gettysburg Rental Company, #44, earned a career-first “410” sprint car feature victory on Saturday evening, August 15, at the Lincoln Speedway in Abbottstown, Pennsylvania. Press Releases8/17
  • NE 360/MSTS)This Saturday, Park Jefferson Speedway will be host to the North v.South Sprint Car Shootout presented by Bekins Fire& Safety. This special back to school event will allow all students the chance to get in free to the event with a student i.d. including all college students. Students of all ages will have the opportunity to win special prizes throughout the night. Press Releases8/17
  • Carson Macedo)Former Keller Auto Speedway Champion, Carson Macedo picked up an exciting win on Friday night with the Duinkerken Farms King of Kings 360 Series, while Ron Hurt, Nick Spainhoward, and Cody Laney also picked up wins. Sharing the front row with Cory Eliason, Macedo would jump out into the early lead on the well-prepared Keller Auto Speedway surface. Macedo set a very nice pace as Cory Eliason and Ronnie Day chased after him. Press Releases8/17
  • Justin Miller)The Arbor Green Contractors, KenJay Fiedler Excavating, In Motion Dance Studio, Meyer Motors, BMG Designs, Glacier Transit and Storage, Richard Wirtz Attorney at Law, CJ Salon, Curve In Bar, Bane Nelson, Meyer Farms and R&H Enterprises,Triple X Racing Chassis powered by Tiry Engines 360, Afco Shocks, Velocity Wings, and American Racer Tires #15M was back in action on Friday night at the Manitowoc Expo and Saturday evening at the Plymouth Dirt Track. Press Releases8/17
  • James F Campbell Jr)James F. 'Jim' Campbell Jr. passed away suddenly Friday, Aug. 14, 2015. He was 45. Beloved son of Loretta (Powers) and the late James F. Campbell Sr., he is survived by his loving sister, Lauren M. Callahan (Eric), and best friend and brother, Sean (Carrie). Jim was the 'funtastical' Uncle to Hannah and Abigail Callahan and Max and Charlie Campbell. He also is survived by several aunts, uncles, cousins, and his dog, Bubba. 8/17
  • Ray Welnack)Sunday morning, August 16th, Ray (Raymond) Welnack of Forney Texas passed away due to natural causes. Ray drove his familiar #16 sprint car at several DFW area tracks, and has raced for several decades. A proper obituary and details regarding the services will be posted when available, and at: Ray will be missed by all that he came in contact with, and was a good friend to many.8/17
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  • Millstream Speedway OH)It’s been nearly two months since the All Star Circuit of Champions headlined the grand re-opening of Millstream Speedway and left the large excited crowd wanting more. This Sunday, August 23, promoters Randy and Lisa Hammer will deliver just that, with a return of the popular winged sprint car series to the ½ mile oval, paying $5,000 to win the feature event. A full program of 305 cubic inch sprint cars will share the night’s schedule. Press Releases8/17


  • Susquehanna Speedway Park PA)IMCA PA Sprint Series Feature (20 laps): 1. Tyler Reeser; 2. Colby Dice; 3. Zach Newlin; 4. Donnie Hendershot; 5. Judi Bates; 6. Erin Statler; 7. Drew Ritchey; 8. Ken Duke; 9. Stephanie Stevens; 10. Dave Graber; 11. Andrew Hake; 12. Jay Krout; 13. John Bordlemay; 14. Randy Kaylor; 15. Alex Potosky; 16. Tyler Lebo; 17. John Martin; 18. Kyle Lloyd; 19. Derrick Bowersox; 20. Jaremi Hanson; 21. Brandt Cook; DNS – Jon Haegle; Ian Detweiler; Scott Ellerman. FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Newlin (1-11); Dice (12-18); Reeser (19-20). HEAT RACE WINNER: Lloyd; Lebo and Bowersox. 8/17

  • Fremont Speedway OH)Thomas Messeraul made history by becoming the only driver to win three events in a season with the Mo Vaughan Transport BOSS Sprint series at Fremont Speedway. The Mike Hensel Memorial event was worth $5,000 for the San Jose, CA native. The very appreciative driver of the Stan Courtad Racing machine stated, “Stan has spent $100,000 on race cars because I keep tearing them up. But he keeps buying the equipment including seats and helmets. He is like a Dad to me.” Race Results 8/17
  • Oswego Speedway NY)For the second time in Oswego Speedway’s 65 year history, a third generation Speedway racer drove to victory lane at the ‘Steel Palace’ as Brandon Bellinger outhustled a hard charging Otto Sitterly to score his first career triumph on Ovarian Cancer Awareness Night, joining his grandfather Ed Bellinger Sr., and father Ed Bellinger Jr. in the Speedway’s prestigious record books. Race Results 8/17
  • ESS)Every now and then you hear the cliché, always a bridesmaid and never the bride. Brewerton, NY’s Jason Barney was starting to think that saying was fact… that was until Sunday night at the Weedsport Speedway during the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints Night of Legends. Race Results 8/17
  • USCS)Marion, Arkansas’ Derek Hagar completed his second weekend sweep of the 2015 United Sprint Car Series filtercharged by K&N Filters season on Saturday night at Jackson Motor Speedway, powering to a 2.123 second victory over longtime rival Tim Crawley in the 30-lap Summer Speed Xplosion. USCS 8/17
  • Plymouth Dirt Track WI)Brandon McMullen and Kurt Davis lead the Aldag Honald Mechanical Sprints to the green flag. Brandon McMullen pulled out to an early lead over Kurt Davis. A rough start for a few drivers in turn one, but they all stayed rolling. Randy Walters got tangled up and traveled through the infield. Brandon McMullen was up on lapped traffic by lap 4. Garrett Timothy scraped the wall and Tom Kruetz pulled his car into the infield with mechanical issues. Race Results 8/17

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