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Atkinson Gets First Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks Win of 2020 at Fall Brawl

 

Salem, IN (September 21, 2020) – Mooreland, Indiana native Jason Atkinson finally got his first Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks Powered by JEGS win of the 2020 season in Sunday’s Fall Brawl 40 at Lucas Oil Raceway. Atkinson had finished in second the last three series events in 2020, but finally broke through to get the win and claim the CRA Fall  Brawl event signature trophy that includes a pair of boxing gloves.

 

“Finally, we got that second-place monkey off our backs,” remarked Atkinson in victory lane. “It’s always cool to win at Fall Brawl and pick up another set of boxing gloves. I want to thank my car owner Danny Acrey, I appreciate everything he does to allow me to race his cars!”

 

Josh Poore grabbed the lead at the drop of the second green flag after the event did not get to start on the first try after James Wayne spun and made hard contact with the inside wall in turn one. That was the only caution for the event. Poore got to start on the pole after Allstar Performance Fast Qualifier Atkinson drew a six for the events inverted start.

 

Atkinson quickly worked his way past several cars in the opening laps from his sixth place starting position using the bottom groove. Atkinson made the move past Poore to grab the lead on lap six. Atkinson’s win was not easy thanks to Chad Pendleton, who worked his way into second and battled side by side with Atkinson for several laps before his car started to do away towards the end. Atkinson would stay up front and grab the win by just under a half second over Pendleton.

 

For his pass to get the win, Atkinson picked up the AR Bodies Cool Move of the Race Award. For his tough battle with Atkinson, Pendleton was awarded the KRJ Race Products Sweet Move of the Race Award.

 

Alan Williams Jr. finished in third place after a tough battle with Zach Henderson and Troy Phillips for the third spot for several laps. It was Williams Jr. best finish with the series this season. Henderson finished in fourth. Andrew Teepe came from his ninth place starting position to finish in fifth place.

 

Atkinson was already locked in to the four Chase for the Championship drivers, who will compete for the series 2020 Championship at the Season Championship event on Saturday, October 10th of Winchester 400 Weekend as the regular season Champion. Remaining Chase for the Championship drivers Josh Poore, Andrew Teepe, Brandon Roberts, Chad Pendleton, Alan Williams Jr. and Troy Phillips will all be racing for the other three positions in the final four drivers to race for the series 2020 Championship, this Saturday in the third Chase event at Bristol Motor Speedway.

 

The next Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks event will be this Saturday, September 26th as part of the Pinty’s U.S. Short Track Nationals Presented by Vore’s Welding & Steel at Bristol Motor Speedway. More information on all the CRA Series can be found at www.cra-racing.com.

 

 

Tanner Jack Gets First Ever Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman Victory at Fall Brawl

 

Salem, IN (September 21, 2020) – Auburn, Indiana’s Tanner Jack powered by leader Jake Hinton on the inside coming out of turn four on lap 35 to go on and get his first ever Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman Powered by JEGS win of the season in the Fall  Brawl 40 at Lucas Oil Raceway on Sunday afternoon. The win was Jack’s first ever CRA win, joining his brother Hunter as a CRA winner, Hunter picked up a JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour win in 2019. The CRA Fall Brawl events have become a very popular with each feature winner getting an event signature trophy that includes a pair of boxing gloves.

 

“We picked up the biggest win of my career today, we are fall brawl winners’ baby, “ remarked a jubilant Jack in victory lane. “It’s great to finally get my first ever CRA win. I just want to thank my amazing family and crew. My Dad for setting up an unbelievable car. My brother Hunter for the super spotting experience and my mom for the love and support. Also, I would like to thank my sponsors VanDoorn Racing Development, McGunegill Engine Performance, Performance Friction Brakes, Cruisin for Canon, M & S Napa Auto Parts, Hartman Auto Body, Colormaster Inc., G Scott Louder Back DDS, Brent’s Automotive! I couldn’t do this without their great support!”

 

Two-time 2020 series winner Austin Coe grabbed the early lead from his outside pole starting position after 2007 series Champion and Allstar Performance Fast Qualifier Billy Hutson drew a six for the events inverted start. Jake Hinton came from his fourth-place place starting position to pass Coe for the lead on lap 4, Hinton was making his series debut.

 

The events only caution flew on lap 22 when Neil McClelland’s car made hard contact with the wall in turn four after a rear end issue. Hinton would get the lead back at the drop of the green flag on lap 23, but Jack was already starting his march to the front from his eighth place starting position.

 

With Hinton on the top and Jack on the bottom, the two battled for several laps with Jack just not able to make the inside work. Finally, Jack dived to the bottom hard in turn three, the car stuck, and he was able to make the pass coming out of turn four to grab the lead on lap 35. Jack would pull away to win by almost a half second over Hinton. For his pass of Hinton for the lead and the win, Jack picked up the AR Bodies Cool Move of the Race Award. For his hard-fought battle with Jack, Hinton was awarded the KRJ Race Products Sweet Move of the Race Award.

 

Hutson would finish in third. Eric McGlothlen finished in fourth in his 2020 series debut. Coe would finish in fifth place.

 

Jack was already locked in to the four Chase for the Championship drivers, who will compete for the series 2020 Championship at the Season Championship event on Saturday, October 10th of Winchester 400 Weekend as the regular season Champion. Coe is also locked in with his win in the Chase opener at Mt. Lawn Speedway on September 6th. 2007 series Champion Billy Hutson, Cassten Everidge, Kent Carson, and Cory Adams will be racing for the other two positions in the final four drivers to race for the series 2020 Championship, this Saturday in the third Chase event at Anderson Speedway.

 

The next Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman event will be this Saturday, September 26th at Anderson Speedway the third event in the series 2020 Chase for the Championship. More event information and information on all the CRA Series is available at www.cra-racing.com

 

Hettinger Gets Second Victory Custom Trailers CRA Junior Late Models Win at Toledo Speedway

Salem, Indiana (September 21, 2020): 13-year-old Dryden, Michigan racer Katie Hettinger drove to her second Victory Custom Trailers CRA Junior Late Models win of the 2020 season, in Saturday night’s 25 lap series feature event at Toledo Speedway as part of the Central Transport Glass City 200 event. The event was only the fourth race of the season for the series after COVID-19 pandemic caused several series events to be postponed or cancelled.

The Victory Custom Trailers CRA Junior Late Models is in their second season focusing on a youth movement for short track stock car racing that saw 10 to 15-year-old drivers compete amongst themselves for both experience and recognition in full size late models with an economical drivetrain and suspension alternatives.

The Victory Custom Trailers CRA Junior Late Models teams participated in two practice sessions on Saturday before the teams then hit the track for their group qualifying session where 13-year-old Kody King claimed his second MPM Marketing Fast Qualifier Award of the season. King then drove to the win in the first eight lap heat race. 13-year-old rookie Nash Engdahl got the win in the second eight lap heat race.

After the four-car inverted start, 14-year-old Mason Surgener was scheduled to start on the pole for the feature event, but after damage during his heat race, Surgener elected to take the tail. With Surgener dropping to the back, that moved up Hettinger to the pole position. After the first three starts to the race resulting in yellow flags, Hettinger was able to grab the lead at the drop of the green flag and led the entire 25 laps with the event only having one additional yellow. With the victory, Hettinger also takes over the series points lead with only one event left on the 2020 schedule for the series.

“It was great to get this win after the issues I had at Anderson last race,” remarked Hettinger in victory lane. “It also means a lot to get back the points lead with only one race left in the season. Our goal this season was to win some races and claim the Championship, we’ve accomplished the first goal, now to get the second one at Anderson Saturday night!”

12-year-old Zach Wilhelm drove from his eighth place starting position to finish in second, his best finish of the season. For his late pass to get second, Wilhelm was awarded the AR Bodies Cool Move of the Race Award.

14-year-old Evan Varney finished in third place and will be in second place in points behind Hettinger heading into Saturday’s season Championship event at Anderson Speedway.

12-year-old Keegan Sobilo, the winner of the August 22nd event at Anderson Speedway, was the highest finishing VanDoorn Racing Development Rookie of the Year competitor in fourth place. Surgener rounded out the top five.

The next scheduled Victory Custom Trailers CRA Junior Late Models event is the series 2020 Season Championship event at Anderson Speedway, this Saturday September 26th. More information on the Victory Custom Trailers CRA Junior Late Models is available at www.cra-racing.com.


 
 

 

 

Fall Brawl up Next for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour This Weekend

 

Salem, IN. (September 16, 2020) – The JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by Chevrolet Performance will return to action this weekend in the 2020 CRA Fall Brawl at the famed Lucas Oil Raceway, located just outside of Indianapolis in Brownsburg, Indiana. The CRA Fall Brawl has become a very popular stock car racing event in central Indiana with each feature winner getting an event signature trophy that includes a pair of boxing gloves. Georgia teenager Jake Garcia was the winner of last year’s JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Fall Brawl event.

 

The Fall Brawl event will be the second event of the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour 2020 Chase for the Championship. 2013 and 2016 series Champion Cody Coughlin, who won the series regular season Points Championship, won the first Chase event at Lebanon I-44 Speedway on September 6th. Coughlin was already locked into the final four drivers who will race for the series Championship on Winchester 400 Weekend, but he still must compete in each Chase event leading up to the Championship race. Coughlin also got a win with the series at the Jennerstown Speedway event on July 4th.

 

The other drivers in the Chase and entered for Sunday’s event includes two-time ARCA/CRA Super Series Champion Travis Braden, who is in the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Chase for the first time, he is second in points after finishing second to Coughlin at Lebanon I-44 Speedway. 2018 ARCA/CRA Super Series Champion Josh Brock, who is also in the Chase with the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour for the first time, he got his first series victory at Anderson Speedway on June 13th, he finished fourth at Lebanon I-44 Speedway. 2019 inaugural Victory Custom Trailers CRA Junior Late Model Champion Chase Burda, who hopes to make it two CRA Championship in a row and claim the series Senneker Performance Rookie of the Year Award, he finished fifth at Lebanon I-44 Speedway and currently leads the Senneker Performance Rookie of the Year Award points.

 

Last year’s series Championship runner-up Mandy Chick is entered after finishing sixth at Lebanon I-44 Speedway, she looks to be in position to claim her first series Championship at Winchester. 2019 Victory Custom Trailers CRA Junior Late Model Championship runner-up Charlie Keeven who had one of his best runs of the season at Lebanon I-44 Speedway with a seventh-place finish. Trever McCoy who is the only other driver besides Chick who has competed in the series Chase in the past, he was fourth in the 2019 series Chase for the Championship final standings. Zachary Tinkle, the 2019 Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman Champion, is currently eighth in Chase points after some bad luck at Lebanon I-44 Speedway, he is second in Senneker Performance Rookie of the Year points.

 

The series Chase for the Championship drivers will have plenty of competition on Sunday, including series 2018 Rookie of the Year and former series Winchester Speedway winner Mason Keller, former series Winchester Speedway winner Corey Deuser, Jennerstown Speedway Pro Late Model points leader Albert Francis, former Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stock Champion Colby Lane, James Krueger, Dakota Stroup, Jonathan Martin, J.P. Crabtree, Dylan Bates, Tyler Hufford and Brian Demland.

 

The 10 divisions racing in this year’s Fall Brawl include the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour, the Vores Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman and the Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks. Also, the Mt. Lawn Speedway Modifieds, ThunderCars, Pro Compacts, Stock Compacts, and Crown Vics. As well as the Thunder Roadsters and AVSCA Vintaged Sprint Cars. 

 

On Saturday, the pit gates will open at 9am. Rotating open practice starts at 12noon and will go to 5:45pm for all divisions except the ThunderCars and Thunder Roadsters.

 

On Sunday, pit gates open at 9:00am. Each division’s final practice and group qualifying sessions will begin at 11am. Racing will begin at 1:30pm and will include the Fall Brawl 100 Presented by JEGS.com for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour. In all there will be 10 feature races on Sunday for all the included divisions.

 

More event and track information is available at www.lucasoilraceway.com.

 

More information on all the CRA Series is available at www.cra-racing.com


 

 

ARCA/CRA Super Series Set for Glass City 200 at Toledo Speedway Saturday

 

Salem, IN. (September 16, 2020) – The ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS will continue its Chase for the Championship this Saturday, as part of the 33nd running of the Central Transport Glass City 200 presented by the Hampton Inn and Courtyard by Marriott at Toledo Speedway, located in Toledo, Ohio. This will be the fourth straight season that the ARCA/CRA Super Series has been part of this prestigious Glass City 200 that will feature the ARCA/CRA Super Series in a 100-lap feature event and the ARCA Gold Cup Outlaw Late Models in a 100-lap feature event.

 

2018 series Champion and 2020 series Regular Season points Champion Josh Brock, is already locked into the final four Chase for the Championship drivers who will race for the season Championship at the Winchester 400, and leads the series points heading to Toledo Speedway. Michael Simko, a former ARCA Menards Series competitor, is second in series points after getting a second-place finish in the series first Chase event on September 6th at Lebanon I-44 Speedway.

 

2016 series Champion Cody Coughlin, who has two series wins so far in 2020, sits in third place, nine points behind Simko. 2017 series Champion Logan Runyon is in fourth place, he is six points behind Coughlin. Series rookie Jaren Crabtree is in fifth place, he is six points behind Runyon. 2019 series Champion Greg Van Alst is in sixth place, he is six points behind Crabtree after having to use another competitors car to start and park at Lebanon I-44 Speedway after losing the engine in his brand new car in practice. All six Chase drivers are entered for Saturday nights race.

 

Other top CRA drivers entered include former series Chase competitor Hunter Jack, Harold Fair Jr. who won a Toledo Speedway ARCA/CRA Super Series event 20 years ago, and Fair’s teammate Hayden Sprague. Also entered are Brandon Varney who picked up his first ever CRA win on August 22nd in the Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman at Anderson Speedway, Cayden Lapcevich, who won the ARCA Gold Cup Outlaw Late Models portion of the Glass City 200 in 2019, series 2019 event winner at Flat Rock Speedway Brian Bergakker, along with local Michigan racers Jeff Versk, Brandon Tregemmbo and Chris Munson who are entered to make their series debuts Saturday night.

 

On Friday, September 18th, there will be optional rig parking from 6 pm to 7pm. There will be no unloading of equipment on Friday.

 

Race day begins on Saturday with pit registration opening at 8:30, pit gates will open at 9am. Practice will go from 12pm to 3pm on a rotating basis with the ARCA/CRA Super Series teams receiving two, 30-minute sessions. Qualifying will begin at 3:30pm. Racing will begin at 5pm with the Victory Custom Trailers CRA Junior Late Models eight lap heat races, the ARCA/CRA Super Series 100 lap event will be up next, followed by the Victory Custom Trailers CRA Junior Late Models 25 lap feature, the ARCA Gold Cup Outlaw Late Models 100 lapper will cap off the evenings racing events. The rain date if needed is Sunday, September 20th.

 

Additional event and track information can be found at www.toledospeedway.com.

 

Additional information on the ARCA/CRA Super Series can be found at www.cra-racing.com. 

 

 

CRA Fall Brawl up Next for the Vore's Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman at Lucas Oil Raceway

 

Salem, IN (September 15, 2020) – The Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman Powered by JEGS will return to action this weekend in the 2020 CRA Fall Brawl at the famed Lucas Oil Raceway, located just outside of Indianapolis in Brownsburg, Indiana. The CRA Fall Brawl has become a very popular stock car racing event in central Indiana with each feature winner getting an event signature trophy that includes a pair of boxing gloves. T.J. Fisher is the defending event winner.

 

After having several events postponed or canceled because of the COVID 19 pandemic, the series began its 2020 season on June 6th at Anderson Speedway, which was won by veteran Tommy Cook over a tough field of 26 cars. Multi-time Anderson Speedway Late Model Champion Jeff Marcum got the win in the series 100 lap special event on July 25th at Anderson Speedway. Austin Coe picked up his first series win of the season in the Norton Transport Raintree 100, at Mt. Lawn Speedway on August 16th. Brandon Varney got his first ever series win in the series event at Anderson Speedway on August 22nd. Coe went back to victory lane in the series last event at Mt. Lawn Speedway on September 6th.

 

Sunday’s CRA Fall Brawl event will be the second event in the series 2020 Chase for the Championship. Coe won the first event of the Chase at Mt. Lawn Speedway. The third event of the Chase will be at Anderson Speedway on September 26th with the final Championship event on Saturday, October 10th of Winchester 400 Weekend.

 

Leading series Rookie Tanner Jack was the regular season points Champion and is locked into the final four drivers who will race for the series Championship, as long as he competes in the remaining two Chase events leading up to the Championship event. With his win at Mt. Lawn, Coe is also locked into the final four drivers who will race for the series Championship, as long as he competes in the remaining two Chase events leading up to the Championship event.

 

The other drivers earning the right to compete over the next two point events to be in the final four drivers to compete for the series Championship on Winchester 400 weekend include 2007 series Champion Billy Hutson, Cassten Everidge, Kent Carson, and former CRA Street Stocks regular Corey Adams.

 

The 10 divisions racing in this year’s Fall Brawl include the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour, the Vores Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman and the Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks. Also, the Mt. Lawn Speedway Modifieds, ThunderCars, Pro Compacts, Stock Compacts, and Crown Vics. As well as the Thunder Roadsters and AVSCA Vintaged Sprint Cars. 

 

On Saturday, the pit gates will open at 9am. Rotating open practice starts at 12noon and will go to 5:45pm for all divisions except the ThunderCars and Thunder Roadsters.

 

On Sunday, pit gates open at 9:00am. Each division’s final practice and group qualifying sessions will begin at 11am. Racing will begin at 1:30pm and will include the Fall Brawl 40 for the Vores Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman. In all there will be 10 feature races on Sunday for all the included divisions.

 

More event and track information is available at www.lucasoilraceway.com.

 

More information on all the CRA Series is available at www.cra-racing.com.

 

 

 

Tucker Leads Outerwears Crew Chief of the Year Points

 

Salem, IN (September 14, 2020) – Outerwears Performance Products is once again sponsoring the Outerwears Crew Chief of the Year Award with the ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS for the 2020 season. The award will include a $1000 cash bonus and a trophy. Jeff Lane was the Outerwears Crew Chief of the Year Award winner in 2015, the first season for the award. Scott Neal was the award winner in 2016, Butch VanDoorn the winner in 2017 and Wimmer Motorsports, Crew Chief for 2018 series Champion Josh Brock, won the award in 2018 and 2019.

 

The award is based upon the Chase for the Championship format that CRA is using to determine its Champions again in 2020. The final four scheduled races are being utilized for the Chase to determine a series Champion and the Outerwears Crew Chief of the Year Award. There were six teams eligible for the ARCA/CRA Super Series Chase for the Championship at the first Chase event at Lebanon I-44 Speedway on September 6th, all those six teams are eligible for the Outerwears Crew Chief of the Year Award.

 

The top five eligible teams Crew Chiefs will be awarded points at each of the four Chase events, five for the highest finisher, down to one for fifth highest. The Crew Chief earning the most points in the four Chase events will be the 2020 Outerwears Crew Chief of the Year Award winner.

 

After the first Chase for the Championship event at Lebanon I-44 Speedway on September 6th, Jimmy Tucker, Crew Chief for Michael Simko, is leading the Outerwears Crew Chief of the Year Award standings with five points after Simko finished second in the event. 2020 is the first time that Simko has been in the series Chase for the Championship.

 

Willie Allen, Crew Chief for 2016 series Champion Cody Coughlin, is in second with four points after Coughlin finished in fourth. Kyle Jones, Crew Chief for 2017 series Champion Logan Runyon, is in third place with three points. Wimmer Motorsports, Crew Chief for Brock, are in fourth place, with two points. JR Crabtree Racing, a group effort to Crew Chief for series Rookie Jaren Crabtree, are in fifth place with one point. Kevin Shannon, Crew Chief for 2019 series Champion Greg Van Alst, did not receive any points after finishing last of the Chase of the Championship drivers.

 

The series' next event will be the Central Transport Glass City 200 at Toledo Speedway this Saturday night, race two of the Chase for the Championship.

 

Based in Schoolcraft, Michigan, Outerwears has been on the track improving performance and creating champions since 1979. Designed using Terra-Flo technology Outerwears radiator screens provide the perfect balance between airflow and debris deflection, allowing peak airflow and longer radiator life. Outerwears radiator screens will be an important part of the ARCA/CRA Super Series for the 2020 race season. Ask your local dealer for your Outerwears or visit www.outerwears.com.

 

 

Victory Custom Trailers CRA Junior Late Models Back in Action at Toledo Speedway Saturday

Salem, Indiana (September 14, 2020): The Victory Custom Trailers CRA Junior Late Models will continue their 2020 season with their fourth event of the season, this Saturday at Toledo Speedway, located in Toledo, Ohio as part of the Central Transport Glass City 200. The COVID-19 pandemic caused several Victory Custom Trailers CRA Junior Late Models events to be postponed or cancelled.

The Victory Custom Trailers CRA Junior Late Models was a new racing series in 2019 to focus on a youth movement for short track stock car racing that saw 10 to 15-year-old drivers compete amongst themselves for both experience and recognition in full size late models with an economical drive train and suspension alternatives. Chase Burda was the inaugural series Champion in 2019, he has now moved up to compete with the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour in 2020.

Some of the key components for the rule package for the Victory Custom Trailers CRA Junior Late Models will be the mandated use of the $3900 factory sealed Chevrolet Performance 602 crate engine. Teams will also be utilizing less expensive rear ends, transmissions and springs and spec KONI Shocks. The series will also be racing on 8-inch steel wheels and utilizing 8-inch Hoosier Racing tires. The series will compete on 3/8 mile and under racetracks with most events consisting of 8 lap heat races and a 25-lap feature.

14-year-old VanDoorn Racing Development Registered Rookie Jordon Riddick picked up the win in the series season opener at Anderson Speedway on June 13th. It was Riddick’s first ever late model race. 13-year-old second year series competitor Katie Hettinger got her first series win in the series second event of the season on July 11th at the Indianapolis Speedrome.12-year-old VanDoorn Racing Development Registered Rookie Keegan Sobilo became the third different winner in three Victory Custom Trailers CRA Junior Late Models events to date in the series last event at Anderson Speedway on August 15th.

14-year-old Evan Varney comes into Saturday’s event as the series points leader with just two series events left to determine the 2020 series Champion. Hettinger is in second, she is three points behind Varney. 12-year-old Zack Wilhelm is in third, five points behind Hettinger. Sobilo and 12-year-old Dawson Knaul are tied for fourth, they are three points behind Wilhelm. Only 11 points separates the top five drivers.

There will be optional hauler parking for all teams on Friday, September 18th at Toledo Speedway from 6pm to 7pm. Pits open on Saturday at 9am. Practice will begin at 12noon. MPM Marketing Qualifying will begin at 3:30pm for the Victory Custom Trailers CRA Junior Late Models. Racing action will begin at 5pm and will include 8 lap heat races and a 25-lap feature for the Victory Custom Trailers CRA Junior Late Models. Also racing that evening will be the ARCA/CRA Super Series and the ARCA Gold Cup Outlaw Late Models in 100 lap features for the Central Transport Glass City 200. 

More track and event info can be found at www.toledospeedway.com.

More event information and information on all the CRA Series is available at www.cra-racing.com.

 

 

 

Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks Begin Chase for the Championship at Mt. Lawn Speedway

 

Salem, IN (September 3, 2020) – The Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks Powered by JEGS will begin its 2020 Chase for the Championship this Sunday at Mt. Lawn Speedway. The Mt. Lawn Speedway Labor Day Weekend event was a late addition to the schedule after Winchester Speedway cancelled its traditional Labor Day Weekend World Stock Festival.  

 

After having several events postponed or canceled because of the COVID 19 pandemic, Sunday will be the sixth event of the 2020 season and the fifth points event for the Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks, who opened their 2020 season at Lebanon I-44 Speedway on May 30th with a special non-points event that was won by 2017 series Champion Colby Lane. Lane then picked up the series’ first points event win of 2020 at Mt. Lawn Speedway on June 14th. Andrew Teepe got the win at the Indianapolis Speedrome Triple Crown Event on July 11th. Brett Hudson has won the last two series events, the Triple Crown win at Shadybowl on July 25th and the Triple Crown win at Anderson Speedway on August 15th.

 

The series will begin its 2020 Chase for the Championship on Sunday, 2020 will be the fourth season the series has used this playoff style format to crown its Champion. The second event of the Chase will be at Lucas Oil Raceway on September 20th, the third event of the Chase will be at Bristol Motor Speedway on September 26th with the final Championship event on Saturday, October 10th of Winchester 400 Weekend.

 

2014 and 2015 series Champion Jason Atkinson was the regular season points Champion and is locked into the final four drivers who will race for the series Championship, as long as he competes in all three Chase events leading up to the Championship event. The other drivers earning the right to compete over the next three-point events to be in the final four drivers to compete for the series Championship on Winchester 400 weekend include Ryan Amonett, Alan Williams Jr., leading series rookie Brandon Roberts, Teepe, Chad Pendleton, Josh Poore and Troy Phillips.

 

There will be optional early hauler parking available on Friday from 6 to 8pm. Pits open on Saturday at 11am. The first of three rounds of practice for each division racing this weekend will begin at 1:30pm, the third practice session will also be group qualifying for each division. Racing begins on Saturday evening at 6pm and will include a Fastest 5 Dash for the Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks five fastest qualifiers with the winner getting $200 from Gary Crossgrove Painting.

 

Pits open at 10am on Sunday. Warm Up Sessions for all divisions will begin at 12noon. Racing will begin at 2pm and will include the 75-lap feature for the Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks . Also racing on Sunday will be the Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman in a 75-lap feature, the Mt. Lawn Speedway Modifieds, Crown Vic’s, Pro Compacts, Stock Compacts, and Thunder Roadsters.

 

More event and track information can be found at www.mtlawn.com.

 

For more information on all the CRA series go to www.cra-racing.com.

 

 

 

 

 

JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Starts Chase for the Championship at Lebanon I-44 Speedway Sunday

 

Salem, IN (September 2, 2020) – The JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by Chevrolet Performance will head back to Lebanon I-44 Speedway in Lebanon, Missouri, this Labor Day Weekend for the first race in their 2020 Chase for the Championship. Normally the series would be at Winchester Speedway for the Labor Day Weekend World Stock Car Festival, but like most of the 2020 schedule, the COVID 19 Pandemic changed that up and the event was moved to Lebanon I-44 Speedway.

 

The JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour kicked off their delayed 2020 season on May 30th at Lebanon I-44 Speedway, were Georgia superstar Bubba Pollard went to victory lane after a late race battle with former Lebanon I-44 Speedway Late Model Champion Cole Williams, in an event that was slowed by only one early caution.

 

The JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour will begin its 2020 Chase for the Championship on Sunday. 2013 and 2016 series Champion Cody Coughlin won the series regular season Points Championship and is locked into the final four drivers who will race for the series Championship on Winchester 400 Weekend, but he still must compete in each Chase event leading up to the Championship race. Coughlin got a win with the series at the Jennerstown Speedway event on July 4th.

 

The other drivers in the Chase and entered for Sunday’s event include last year’s series Championship runner-up Mandy Chick, who looks to be in position to claim her first series Championship at Winchester. Senneker Performance Rookie of the Year co-points leader Zachary Tinkle, the 2019 Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman Champion, looks to make it two CRA Championships in a row in 2020. 2019 inaugural Victory Custom Trailers CRA Junior Late Model Champion Chase Burda, who also hopes to make it two CRA Championship in a row and claim the series Senneker Performance Rookie of the Year Award, which he is currently tied in points with Tinkle.

 

2018 ARCA/CRA Super Series Champion Josh Brock is also in the Chase with the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour for the first time, he got his first series victory at Anderson Speedway on June 13th. Two-time ARCA/CRA Super Series Champion Travis Braden is also in the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Chase for the first time, he is tied for third in series all-time wins with seven, including last year’s season Championship event at Winchester. 2019 Victory Custom Trailers CRA Junior Late Model Championship runner-up Charlie Keeven looks to get a good start on his first Chase at the track closest to his home on Sunday. Trever McCoy is the eighth and final driver in the series Chase, he is the only other driver besides Chick who has competed in the series Chase in the past, he was fourth in the 2019 series Chase for the Championship final standings.

 

The series Chase for the Championship drivers will have plenty of competition on Sunday, including May 30th event runner up Cole Williams. Williams is a three-time series winner, claiming the Masters of the Pro’s event at Lebanon I-44 Speedway and the U.S. Short Track Nationals event at Bristol Motor Speedway in 2017 and won at Salem Speedway with the series in 2018.

 

Florida hot show Stephen Nasse is also entered. Nasse was the winner of the series SpeedFest 2020 event in January and got a series win at Winchester Speedway last year on Labor Day Weekend. Nasse finished third in the series event at Lebanon I-44 Speedway on May 30th. 

 

Other drivers entered include local competitors Joe Ross, Joey Strode, Dylan Bates, Richard Lewis and Tim Swearengin. Series veteran James Krueger is entered. 2019 Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman Rookie of the Year Brian Demland is entered to make his series debut.

 

The JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour will have two 30 minute open practice sessions on Saturday, then will have the first ever CRA “King of the Hill” Bracket Challenge for the top eight in those practice sessions right before the ARCA/Menards Series will hit the track for their Zinsser SmartCoat 200 at 8pm.

 

Pit gates open at 11am on Sunday. Practice will begin at 2pm with the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour having three 30-minute sessions. JERICO Performance Products qualifying will start at 6:15pm. The 100 lap ARCA/CRA Super Series feature will be first up at 7:30pm, followed by the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour 100-lap feature.

 

Online sales began on Tuesday afternoon for 2-day discount grandstand tickets in addition to wildside tier parking and pit passes. Saturday only and Sunday only tickets, pit passes, and wildside parking options will also be available. For more detailed information and to order tickets, wildside parking, and pit passes, visit www.trackenterprises.com or contact the Track Enterprises office at 217-764-3200.

 

Fans unable to make the trip to Missouri for the big CRA Late Model doubleheader on Sunday, will be able to watch live on Speed51.TV, which debuted last weekend. Go to Speed51.com for details.

 

More information on the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour can be found at www.cra-racing.com.

 

 

CRA Late Model Sportsman Begin Chase for the Championship Sunday at Mt. Lawn Speedway

 

Salem, IN (August 31, 2020) – The Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman Powered by JEGS will begin its 2020 Chase for the Championship this Sunday at Mt. Lawn Speedway. The Mt. Lawn Speedway Labor Day Weekend event was a late addition to the schedule after Winchester Speedway cancelled its traditional Labor Day Weekend World Stock Festival.  

 

After having several events postponed or canceled because of the COVID 19 pandemic, the series began its 2020 season on June 6th at Anderson Speedway, which was won by veteran Tommy Cook over a tough field of 26 cars. Multi-time Anderson Speedway Late Model Champion Jeff Marcum got the win in the series 100 lap special event on July 25th at Anderson Speedway. Austin Coe picked up his first series win of the season in the Norton Transport Raintree 100, at Mt. Lawn Speedway on August 16th. Brandon Varney got his first ever series win in the series last event at Anderson Speedway on August 22nd.

 

The series will begin its 2020 Chase for the Championship on Sunday, 2020 will be the fourth season the series has used this playoff style format to crown its Champion. The second event of the Chase will be at Lucas Oil Raceway on September 20th, the third event of the Chase will be at Anderson Speedway on September 26th with the final Championship event on Saturday, October 10th of Winchester 400 Weekend.

 

Leading series Rookie Tanner Jack was the regular season points Champion and is locked into the final four drivers who will race for the series Championship, as long as he competes in all three Chase events leading up to the Championship event. The other drivers earning the right to compete over the next three point events to be in the final four drivers to compete for the series Championship on Winchester 400 weekend include Raintree 100 winner Austin Coe, 2007 series Champion Billy Hutson, Kent Carson, Cassten Everidge, Ronnie Rose, 2018 Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stock Champion James Kirby and former CRA Street Stocks regular Daniel Adams.

 

There will be optional early hauler parking available on Friday from 6 to 8pm. Pits open on Saturday at 11am. The first of three rounds of practice for each division racing this weekend will begin at 1:30pm, the third practice session will also be group qualifying for each division. Racing begins on Saturday evening at 6pm and will include a Fastest 5 Dash for the Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman five fastest qualifiers with the winner getting $200 from Gary Crossgrove Painting.

 

Pits open at 10am on Sunday. Warm Up Sessions for all divisions will begin at 12noon. Racing will begin at 2pm and will include the 75-lap feature for the Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman. Also racing on Sunday will be the Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks in a 75-lap feature, the Mt. Lawn Speedway Modifieds, Crown Vic’s, Pro Compacts, Stock Compacts, and Thunder Roadsters.

 

More event and track information can be found at www.mtlawn.com.

 

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ARCA/CRA Super Series Returns to Lebanon I-44 Speedway for Labor Day Weekend Show

 

Salem, IN (September 1, 2020) – The ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS teams would normally be getting ready to hit the High Banks of Winchester Speedway for the traditional Labor Day Weekend World Stock Car Festival, but the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has changed the majority of the series schedule during 2020 and that continues this weekend as the series now returns to where it kicked off the 2020 season, Lebanon I-44 Speedway in Lebanon, Missouri, to begin it’s 2020 Chase for the Championship. 

 

Fans were on their feet at the end of the ARCA/CRA Super Series event on May 30th at Lebanon I-44 Speedway, 17 year old Carson Hocevar, who had dominated most of the race, leading from lap 22 until a flat tire on lap 107 took him out of the lead and on pit road. After changing the tire, Hocevar took the green flag at the tail of the lead laps cars with 18 laps to go in the event, with one of the best in the business Stephen Nasse leading. Hocevar would catch Nasse on the white flag lap and make the pass to get his first ever Super Late Model victory and one of the most impressive late runs ever seen in a Super Late Model event!

 

Both Hocevar and Nasse top the list of entries for Sunday’s return visit to Lebanon I-44 Speedway. Hocevar will be looking for his third series win of the season, after also winning the Redbud 400 at Anderson Speedway on July 13th for TK Racing. Hocevar has been running selected NASCAR Gandor RV & Outdoors Truck Series events since the May 30th event, but with an off weekend from that series, he looks to make it two in a row at Lebanon I-44 Speedway. 

 

Nasse is still looking for his first series win of the season after getting three big series wins in 2019 including the Labor Day Weekend and Winchester 400 wins at Winchester Speedway and getting the win in the U.S. Short Track Nationals at Bristol Motor Speedway. Nasse is coming off a dominating win in the Clyde Hart Memorial last Thursday night at New Smyrna Speedway.

 

The ARCA/CRA Super Series will begin its 2020 Chase for the Championship on Sunday. 2018 series Champion Josh Brock won the series regular season Points Championship and is locked into the final four drivers who will race for the series Championship in the Winchester 400. Brock has a win in the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour in 2020 but is entered for Sunday’s event still seeking his first series win of 2020 after getting two series wins in 2019.

 

The other drivers in the Chase and entered for Sunday’s event include last year’s series Champion Greg Van Alst, who will debut a brand-new car for the Chase. 2016 series Champion Cody Coughlin, who has two series wins so far this season including the series last event at Anderson Speedway on August 15th. 2017 series Champion Logan Runyon, who got a season high finish of third at Anderson on June 20th. Michigan veteran racer Michael Simko will be in the Chase for the first-time starting Sunday. Rookie Jaren Crabtree will also start his first Chase for the Championship on Sunday.

 

2013 and 2014 series Champion Travis Braden is entered. The former full-time ARCA Menards Series driver is a former Winchester 400 winner and won last years Snowball Derby.

 

Series rookie Mason Keller is entered, Keller had a season high finish of second at Anderson Speedway on June 20th.  Brett Robinson is entered to make his first ever start at Lebanon I-44 Speedway. Colorado racer Mike Neff will make the haul to compete in Saturday’s event.

 

The ARCA/CRA Super Series will have two 30 minute open practice sessions on Saturday, then will have the first ever CRA “King of the Hill” Bracket Challenge for the top eight in those practice sessions right before the ARCA/Menards Series will hit the track for their Zinsser SmartCoat 200 at 8pm.

 

Pit gates open at 11am on Sunday. Practice will begin at 2pm with the ARCA/CRA Super Series having three 30-minute sessions. Rowdy Manufacturing qualifying will start at 6:15pm. The 100 lap ARCA/CRA Super Series feature will be first up at 7:30pm, followed by the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour in a 100-lap feature.

 

Online sales began on Tuesday afternoon for 2-day discount grandstand tickets in addition to wildside tier parking and pit passes. Saturday only and Sunday only tickets, pit passes, and wildside parking options will also be available. For more detailed information and to order tickets, wildside parking, and pit passes, visit www.trackenterprises.com or contact the Track Enterprises office at 217-764-3200.

 

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RIGGS GOES BACK-TO-BACK IN CURFEW AND PATCH-SHORTENED RACE AT CARTERET PELETIER, N.C. (Sept. 12, 2020) – Layne Riggs became the first repeat Late Model Stock Car winner in the 2020 Solid Rock Carriers CARS Tour on Saturday night, holding off Corey Heim in a marathon race at Bobby Watson’s Carteret County Speedway.


 

Riggs qualified on the pole and led wire-to-wire as chaos ensued behind him. A race that started with 23 cars finished with just seven running at the end of the race. The race had 11 cautions and was red-flagged four times — twice for cleanup of incidents, and twice for a patch of the track on the back straight that needed filling. By the time the patch had come undone for a third time, the 11 p.m. curfew had been reached, and the race was called after 90 laps of a scheduled 125.


 

“It was just a wild race with the race track coming apart and people couldn’t even get two laps in the race,” Riggs said. “We ended up prevailing and here we are in Victory Lane. I’m really glad that we qualified on the pole today. We had a lot of speed and now we’re the first two-time winner this year. We’ve had a drought in the CARS Tour and I feel like we’ve got our stuff together and got some luck at the same time.”


 

With his second consecutive victory, Riggs cut his points deficit to series leader Jared Fryar down to seven and is alive in the battle for the CARS Tour LMSC title.


 

“The racing is so unpredictable, you never know what’s going to happen,” Riggs said. “We might go and win the next two and everybody else that’s in front of me or near me might have bad luck. We’ve got to go into it with the mindset that we’re going to win every race we go to and keep charging.”


 

The victory was emotional for Riggs, who won two races at Carteret County in 2018 and was close with former track owner Bobby Watson. Watson passed away just weeks after Riggs’ win in the 2018 Labor Day Classic.


 

“I hope he’d be proud,” Riggs remarked. “Rest in peace, Bobby. He was a great man who did a lot for this sport and this track. He put his heart and soul into it. I hope that he’s proud of where this track is at and we hope to keep his legacy going.”


 

Corey Heim finished second after challenging Riggs for the win on multiple restarts. When the race restarted on lap 61, Heim managed to pass Riggs, but the yellow flag came out before Heim completed the lap.


 

“We struggled a lot in practice yesterday and this morning,” Heim said. “We thought we were a pretty mediocre car but we made some gains. I think we qualified sixth, started on the outside. After that, we put our car on track and got a lot of restarts from the inside. The inside lane is really important at this track. We definitely played our cards right. We were there at the end and avoided all the wrecks, obviously. We had a good race with Layne, but we came home one spot short.”


 

Jared Fryar finished in third while Connor Mosack and Bobby McCarty completed the top five. Ronald Hill finished sixth while Brandon Pierce finished seventh — the last of the cars running at the end of the race. Jessica Cann scored a career-best eighth-place finish while Nolan Pope and Stacy Puryear rounded out the top 10.


 

The next race for the Solid Rock Carriers CARS Tour is the Aaron’s 250 at Florence Motor Speedway on Saturday, Oct. 3. The Solid Rock Carriers CARS Tour is broadcast live on CARSTour.TV.


 

Results: Solid Rock Carriers 125 — Bobby Watson’s Carteret County Speedway — Sept. 12, 2020

LATE MODEL STOCK CARS – 90 LAPS


 
  1. Layne Riggs

  2. Corey Heim

  3. Jared Fryar

  4. Connor Mosack

  5. Bobby McCarty

  6. Ronald Hill

  7. Brandon Pierce

  8. Jessica Cann

  9. Nolan Pope

  10. Stacy Puryear

  11. Brandon Clements

  12. Mini Tyrell

  13. Chad McCumbee

  14. Justin Johnson

  15. Jonathan Findley

  16. Jonathan Shafer

  17. Trevor Ward

  18. Travis Truett

  19. Sammy Smith

  20. Matt Cox

  21. Camden Gullie

  22. Tyler Matthews

  23. Chris Burns

 

SOLID ROCK CARRIERS CARS TOUR TO RUN AARON’S 250 AT FLORENCE, SLM TITLE TO BE DECIDED AT ALL-AMERICAN 400


 

MOORESVILLE, N.C. (September 9, 2020) — The Solid Rock Carriers CARS Tour has announced that due to the restrictions outlined in Phase Three of the Commonwealth of Virginia’s “Forward Virginia” reopening plan, the race originally scheduled for South Boston Speedway on Sept. 19 will now move to Florence Motor Speedway in Florence, South Carolina. The Aaron’s 250 will feature the Super Late Models and Late Model Stock Cars and run on Oct. 3.


 

“While we are disappointed that we cannot return to South Boston in 2020, we are excited to bring the Solid Rock Carriers CARS Tour to Florence for the first time,” said CARS Tour President Jack McNelly. “Steve Zacharias and his team have worked incredibly hard in their first few months at Florence Motor Speedway and we look forward to bringing both of our series there at the start of October.”

 

The Solid Rock Carriers CARS Tour has also announced that due to the cancellation of the Peach State Classic, which was to be run on Oct. 25 at Gresham Motorsports Park in Gresham, Georgia, the final points-paying race of the Super Late Model season will now be the All-American 400 at the Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway, to be run on Nov. 1 in Nashville, Tennessee. 


 

The All-American 400 is the flagship event of the Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway and one of the largest short-track races in the United States. Since 1981, the best drivers from across the country have come to the Music City in search of victory. Former winners of the race include NASCAR Hall of Famers Rusty Wallace and Darrell Waltrip, as well as Jeff Purvis, Chris Gabehardt and Bubba Pollard. 


 

In 2020, the All-American 400 will also be where the CARS Tour crowns its Super Late Model Champion. It will be one of two series crowning a champion in Nashville this year, as the Southern Super Series has also designated the race as its title-decider. Both the CARS Tour and the SSS will join the ARCA/CRA Super Series powered by JEGS on that weekend, as all three series will compete in the same race.

“The opportunity to determine a champion at the All-American 400 will be special for all of us at the CARS Tour,” said McNelly. “The All-American 400 is a classic of the American short track schedule, and with three different series competing there that weekend, this year’s race should be one of the most competitive in its nearly 40-year history.”


 

The Solid Rock Carriers CARS Tour’s COVID-19 policies will continue to be in effect for both races at Florence and Nashville. CARS Tour drivers and teams will be temperature screened before entering both tracks, and masks will be required on all spotters and strongly recommended in the infield. Masks will also be required for all Victory Lane celebrations.


 

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RIGGS OUTMUSCLES HEIM FOR LANGLEY VICTORY


 


 

HAMPTON, Va. (Aug. 29, 2020) – Layne Riggs became the seventh different winner in as many Solid Rock Carriers CARS Tour Late Model Stock races, snapping a two-year winless drought after muscling his way past Corey Heim on the last lap of Saturday night’s VisitHampton.com 125 at Larry King Law’s Langley Speedway.


 

Corey Heim dominated much of the race, leading a race-high 114 laps, and was on his way to his second victory of the season. In the final 10 laps, Riggs closed down a two-second gap and made his move on the backstretch, diving to the inside of Heim into Turn 3. The two drivers traded paint racing back to the checkered flag with Riggs leading the final lap – the only lap he led all race.


 

“The last little part of the race was pretty much a blur for me,” Riggs said in Edelbrock Victory Lane. “I know we were at about 15 to go and I feel like I was giving it pretty much my all. I didn’t want to start spinning or sliding my tires that early, but then I saw (Corey) sliding and decided I had something for him. I began running that funky line diving in low and coming off high almost like a dirt track, trying to find grip. It ended up working out for us.”


 

Saturday’s win was Riggs’ fourth career Solid Rock Carriers CARS Tour victory. The victory also represented redemption for Riggs, who lost this same race a year ago when Bobby McCarty moved him from the lead in Turn 3 on the last lap. It was also his first CARS Tour win since Kingsport Speedway in July 2018 and a much-needed confidence boost.


 

“It’s been a dry spell,” Riggs said. “We’ve been counting, it’s been over two years now. I feel like we’ve had really good runs. We’ve been up front, we just couldn’t get that monkey off our back. We finally kicked him and stomped on his head today. We have a lot of confidence going into Carteret and I’m looking forward to it.”


 

With his first win of the year marked off the list, Riggs will now head to Carteret County Speedway where he has had a lot of success – racking up $23,000 in first-place winnings in 2018 and a runner-up finish in the 2019 Solid Rock Carriers CARS Tour race there.


 

“Carteret was based off of Langley and we’ve had a lot of success at Carteret,” Riggs explained. “Our flat track program just seems to be really good. We keep trying to be better everywhere but I’ve really had a lot of luck at these flat, round tracks. At Carteret, we’ve had a lot of success. They’ve done a lot of work since the last time we’ve been there. Hopefully we can go there and be just as strong as we were tonight.”


 

While Riggs was celebrating, Corey Heim rued another heartbreaking loss at Langley Speedway.


 

“We came here a couple months ago for the Hampton Heat and led the most laps and came here tonight and led the most laps,” Heim said. “I felt like I managed a pretty good race. We missed it just a tiny bit. I feel like I needed just a little more speed. Just to be the dominant car, obviously you can’t ask for much more.”


 

“I don’t know, I thought I raced Layne clean. I’m not saying I wouldn’t have done what he would for the win, but just from what people have been telling me, it’s pretty rough. That’s part of it. You come to a short track and race tight and race hard and that’s what’s going to happen and we were on the wrong end of it tonight.”


 

Jared Fryar preserved his points lead with a third-place finish. He gained ground on Connor Mosack in the process.


 

“I’m looking forward to going to Carteret after having a good run tonight,” Fryar said. “I didn’t feel we were where we needed to be, but to come out third after that was not bad at all. I’m happy with it. It was a very good night. Anytime you finish on the podium with these CARS Tour guys is good. This is some of the best competition.”


 

Mini Tyrrell, who has also had a lot of success at Carteret County, continued his strong 2020 season with a fourth-place finish while Blake Stallings finished fifth. Bobby McCarty, Nolan Pope, Connor Mosack, Jonathan Findley and Chad McCumbee rounded out the top 10.


 

The Solid Rock Carriers CARS Tour will be back in action on Saturday, Sept. 12 with the Solid Rock Carriers 125 from Carteret County Speedway. All races of the Solid Rock Carriers CARS Tour are broadcast live on CARSTour.TV.


 

Results: VisitHampton.com 125 – Larry King Law’s Langley Speedway, Hampton, Va. – Aug. 29, 2020

LATE MODEL STOCK CARS – 125 LAPS


 

  1. Layne Riggs

  2. Corey Heim

  3. Jared Fryar

  4. Mini Tyrrell

  5. Blake Stallings

  6. Bobby McCarty

  7. Nolan Pope

  8. Connor Mosack

  9. Jonathan Findley

  10. Chad McCumbee

  11. Jonathan Shafer

  12. Trey Crews

  13. Matt Cox

  14. Justin Johnson

  15. Stacy Puryear

  16. Ronald Hill

  17. Brandon Pierce

  18. Tyler Matthews

  19. Terry Carroll

  20. Camden Gullie

  21. Jessica Cann

  22. Timothy Peters

  23. Grayson Cullather

  24. Justin S. Carroll 

 
 
 
 

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Sam Mayer Continues Toledo Speedway Domination

 

TOLEDO, Ohio — Sam Mayer had never turned a lap at Toledo Speedway before June.

Now he may be ready to call it his new home.

The 17-year-old from Franklin, Wisconsin, posted a near perfect day Saturday en route to winning the Royal Truck & Trailer 200 at the half-mile track. It’s the third straight win at Toledo for Mayer.

 

The race was part of the ARCA Menards Series championship schedule as well as the ARCA Menards Series East.

Mayer, the defending East champion, extended his lead in that series with his third win in four races. The only time he didn’t win? The East race at Toledo on June 13. He won the General Tire Pole Award and finished second. He came back to Toledo and scored wins on the July 31/August 1 doubleheader weekend.

Then came Saturday.

Mayer was fastest in practice in his No. 21 Lynn Family Foundation Chevrolet, won his first General Tire Pole Award in the ARCA Menards Series, and then led 165 laps to win by 3.071 seconds over Chandler Smith.

 

The win is also the third win in four races for Mayer overall in ARCA. He won the ARCA Menards East race at Dover International Speedway on Aug. 21, and then the ARCA Menards Series/Sioux Chief Showdown race at Missouri’s Lebanon I-44 Speedway on Saturday, Sept. 5.

Smith led 35 laps but was unable to chase down Mayer as the race went caution free for the final 45 laps after the second race break.

Ty Gibbs, who won that June race at Toledo, finished third Saturday, followed by Bret Holmes and Taylor Gray.

Hailie Deegan, Michael Self, Parker Retzlaff, Mason Diaz and Nick Sanchez completed the top 10.

By virtue of Holmes’ finish, he took over the ARCA Menards Series championship points lead for the first time in his career. He has a two-point advantage over Self with five races remaining on the schedule. Self had led the points since winning the season opener at Daytona International Speedway in February.

Mayer increased his East points total to 21 over Gibbs with three races still to run.

The series have a quick turnaround, heading to Tennessee’s Bristol Motor Speedway on Thursday, Sept. 17. The Bush’s Beans 200 counts toward the ARCA Menards Series and ARCA Menards Series East, as well as serving as the penultimate race in the Sioux Chief Showdown. Mayer swept both East races at Bristol last season.

 
 

ARCA Finalizes Remainder of 2020 Schedule

Eleven Races Set Throughout ARCA Menards Series, ARCA Menards East, and ARCA Menards West

 

Toledo, Ohio (September 11, 2020) – ARCA has finalized the remainder of the 2020 schedule, with 11 events spread out over the ARCA Menards Series, ARCA Menards Series East, and ARCA Menards Series West over the next seven weeks. There are six events on the ARCA Menards Series calendar, two of which are combination races with the ARCA Menards Series East, four ARCA Menards Series West races, and a single stand-alone race for the ARCA Menards East.

 

The highlights include:

 

  • The ARCA Menards Series will visit Toledo Speedway for the third time in 2020 for a 200-lapper on September 12, followed by the first series race at Bristol Motor Speedway since 1969 on Thursday, September 17. The races will both pay points for the ARCA Menards Series and the ARCA Menards Series East.
  • Winchester Speedway returns to the ARCA Menards Series schedule for the first time since 2017 on Saturday, September 19.
  • The ARCA Menards Series and ARCA Menards Series West will both be in action on Saturday, September 26. The ARCA Menards Series West opens the day with the General Tire 150 at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The Sioux Chief PowerPEX 200, the finale for the ARCA Menards Series Sioux Chief Showdown, at Memphis International Raceway, takes place later in the evening.
  • The traditional August date at the Illinois State Fairgrounds in Springfield has been rescheduled to October 4.
  • Another weekend doubleheader for the ARCA Menards Series West has been added in California, with All-American Speedway in Roseville set for Friday, October 23 followed by Kern County Speedway in Bakersfield on Sunday, October 25.
  • The ARCA Menards Series East will end its season on Saturday, October 10 at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida. The ARCA Menards Series finale follows on Friday, October 16 at Kansas Speedway and the ARCA Menards Series West will close Saturday, November 7 at Phoenix Raceway.

 

The updated, revised 2020 ARCA Menards Series schedule:

 

9/12      AMS/AMSE                      Toledo Speedway (5 pm ET, MAVTV)

9/17      AMS/AMSE/SCS              Bristol Motor Speedway (9:30 pm ET, FS1)

9/19      AMS                                   Winchester Speedway (3 pm ET, live, TrackPass, 6 pm same day delay, MAVTV)

9/26      AMSW                               The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway (3 pm ET, TrackPass)

9/26      AMS/SCS                           Memphis International Raceway (6 pm ET, MAVTV)

10/4      AMS                                   Illinois State Fairgrounds (3 pm ET, MAVTV)

10/10    AMSE                                 Five Flags Speedway (8 pm, TrackPass)

10/16    AMS                                   Kansas Speedway (8:30 pm ET, FS2)

10/23    AMSW                               All-American Speedway (10 pm ET, TrackPass)

10/25    AMSW                               Kern County Speedway (6 pm ET, TrackPass)

11/7      AMSW                               Phoenix Raceway (6 pm ET, TrackPass)


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Saturday May 30th Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway – Nashville, TN (SLM)

Friday June 5th Ace Speedway – Elon, NC (LMSC)

Saturday June 13th Hickory Motor Speedway – Hickory, NC (SLM/LMSC)

Saturday June 20th Dominion Raceway – Thornburg, VA (LMSC)

Saturday July 4th Jennerstown Speedway Complex – Jennerstown, PA (SLM)

Saturday July 11th Carteret County Speedway – Swansboro, NC (LMSC)

Saturday August 1st Hickory Motor Speedway – Hickory, NC (SLM/LMSC)

Saturday August 29th Langley Speedway – Hampton, VA (LMSC)

Saturday September 19th South Boston Speedway – South Boston, VA (SLM/LMSC)

Saturday September 26th Bristol Motor Speedway - Bristol, TN (SLM)

Saturday October 17-18th Orange County Speedway – Rougemont, NC (LMSC)

 

2020 ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS

DATE                                              TRACK                                                        LAPS

Sat./Sun., January 24-25            Watermelon Capital Speedway                    200

Sat, April 18                                 Anderson Speedway                                    125

Sunday, May 3                            Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville               100

Fri./Sat., May 29 - May 30           Bristol Motor Speedway                               100

Monday, June 8                           Berlin Raceway                                             150

Saturday, June 20                       Flat Rock Speedway                                     125

Saturday, July 4                          Jennerstown Speedway                                200

Monday, July 13                          Anderson Speedway                                     400

Wednesday, August 5                Kalamazoo Speedway                                   125

Saturday, August 15                   Berlin Raceway                                              251

Sun./Mon., September 6-7         Winchester Speedway                                   100

Saturday, September 19            Toledo Speedway                                           100

Sat./Sun., October 10-11            Winchester Speedway                                   400

Sat./Sun., Oct. 31 – Nov. 1         Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville                

 

2020 JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Schedule

DATE                                                     TRACK                                                  LAPS

Sat./Sun., January 2    4-25     Watermelon Capital Speedway    125          

Saturday, April 25      Flat Rock Speedway                                100

Saturday, May 2   Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville                      100            

Saturday, May 30  Bristol Motor Speedway                            100

Saturday, June 13   Anderson Speedway                                   100

Saturday, July 4     Jennerstown Speedway                             100

Saturday, July 18    Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville      150

Saturday, August 1    Baer Field Motorsports Park             100

Saturday, August 15    Berlin Raceway                                         251

Saturday, August 29  Birch Run Speedway                                100

Sunday, September 6  Winchester Speedway                              100

Sunday, September 20 Lucas Oil Raceway                                   100

Friday, October 9 Winchester Speedway                              100

Sunday, November 1 Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville

 

 

 

2020 Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stock Schedule

DATE                                     TRACK                                              LAPS

Sunday, April 5                       Lucas Oil Raceway                            40

Saturday, April 11                  Anderson Speedway                           75

Saturday, April 25                  Shady Bowl Speedway                       150

Saturday, May 9                     Salem Speedway                                 50

Saturday, May 30                   Bristol Motor Speedway                     50

Sunday, June 14                     Mt. Lawn Speedway                           75

Saturday, June 27                   Anderson Speedway                           150

Saturday, July 11                    Indianapolis Speedrome                     150

Saturday, July 25                    Baer Field Motorsports Park               75

Sunday, August 2                   Kil-Kare Raceway                               75

Saturday, August 15               Anderson Speedway                           150

Sun/Mon, September 6-7       Winchester Speedway                         40

Sat/Sun, September 19-20      Lucas Oil Raceway                             40

Saturday, September 26          Anderson Speedway                           75

Friday, October 9                   Winchester Speedway (Special Non-Points)  25

Saturday, October 10             Winchester Speedway                          40

Sunday, November 1              Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville 

 

      

2020 Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman Schedule

DATE                                     TRACK                                              LAPS

Sunday, April 5                       Lucas Oil Raceway                             40

Saturday, April 11                  Anderson Speedway                            75

Saturday, May 9                     Baer Field Motorsports Park               100

Sunday, May 17                      Mt. Lawn Speedway                           50

Saturday, June 6                     Anderson Speedway                            75

Sunday, June 28                      Mt. Lawn Speedway                           100

Saturday, July 25                    Anderson Speedway                           100

Sunday, August 2                   Kil-Kare Raceway                               75

Sun/Mon, September 6-7       Winchester Speedway                         40

Sat/Sun, September 19-20      Lucas Oil Raceway                             40

Saturday, September 26          Anderson Speedway                           75

Friday, October 9                   Winchester Speedway (Special Non-Points)  25

Saturday, October 10             Winchester Speedway

 

2020 Victory Custom Trailers CRA Junior Late Models Schedule

DATE                                     TRACK                                              LAPS

Saturday, April 25                  Flat Rock Speedway                           25

Saturday, May 9                     Baer Field Motorsports Park              25

Saturday, June 13                   Anderson Speedway                           25

Friday, June 19                       Birch Run Speedway                          25

Saturday, July 11                    Indianapolis Speedrome                     25

Saturday, July 25                    Baer Field Motorsports Park              25

Sunday, August 2                   Kil-Kare Raceway                              25

Sunday, August 16                 Corrigan Oil Speedway                      25

Saturday, August 29               Birch Run Speedway                          25

Saturday, September 19          Toledo Raceway                                 25

Saturday, September 26          Anderson Speedway                           25 

 

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May 15, 2020 Kingsport Speedway

Kingsport, TN

June 6, 2020 Shenandoah Speedway
June 20, 2020

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Claremont, IN

July 11, 2020 Jennerstown Speedway

Jennerstown, PA

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Salem, IN

August 8, 2020 Midvale Speedway

Midvale, OH

August 22, 2020

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Jennerstown Speedway

Jennerstown, PA

September 12, 2020 TBA
September 26, 2020

CHAMP

Dominion Raceway

Thornton, VA

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