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Fetcho Defends Home Turf in JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Win at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway

 

Salem, Indiana (May 9, 2022) – 2020 Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway Champion Dylan Fetcho defended his home turf in getting the win in the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by Chevrolet Performance 100 lap event Saturday evening that pitted the series regulars against the Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway Pro Late Model competitors at the historic facility.

 

Saturday’s event was the first of three events at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour in 2022, each event is also a points event for the Nashville Pro Late Models. The other events will be the Rackley Roofing Masters of the Pros 150 on Saturday, July 9th and the All-American 400 Weekend event on Sunday, October 30th.

 

Fetcho, the winner of the Baby Rattler Pro Late Model event at South Alabama Speedway in March, earned his second victory of the season against a stout field of 39 starters from all over the country. It was Fetcho’s first ever win with CRA and first win with the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour.

 

“It’s great to get this win tonight,” remarked Fetch. “We started fourth, made it to the lead on lap 26 after a tough battle with the 24K (Kofoid) car, we battled with Roderick on some restarts, but after that we never looked back in getting the win. It’s awesome to get our first JEGS Tour win and our first win of the season here at Nashville. I have to thank everyone who works on this car, my family and all the sponsors that support us each race! It’s a dream come true to be doing this and having success makes it even better.”

 

Buddy Kofoid grabbed the early lead at the drop of the green flag for the event from his outside pole starting position after Nova Motorsports Fast Qualifier Chase Johnson drew a seven for the event's inverted start.

 

Kofoid, an open wheel Champion, making one of several late model scheduled starts in 2023 trying to build his stock car resume, had a tough side by side multi-lap battle with Fetcho on a restart before Fetcho was able to grab the lead from Kofoid on lap 26.

 

Casey Roderick worked his way from his sixth starting position to challenge Fetcho on several restarts before Fetcho would stay out front, setting up a tough battle behind him for second.

 

Fetcho would go on to get the win by a little over three seconds. Roderick and Cole Williams were battling hard for second when the two made contact in turn four coming to the checkers. Roderick would make a great save but lost second place to Williams. Roderick would finish in third with former track Champion Jackson Boone in fourth from his 16th place starting position and Hunter Wright finishing in fifth place.

 

Fetcho picked up the AR Bodies Cool Move of the Race Award for his outside pass of Kofoid to grab the lead and the Earnest Performance Lap Leader Award. Roderick picked up the FLUIDYNE Cool Under Pressure Award for his save in his battle for second and the Allstar Performance top finish award. Jackson earned the Sweet Manufacturing Sweet Move of the Race Award for his save on a restart with his car almost completely sideways.

 

The next JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by Chevrolet Performance event will be the first Birch Run Speedway Triple Crown event this Saturday, May 14th. More information on the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour can be found at www.cra-racing.com

 

 

Birch Run Speedway First Triple Crown Event Up Next for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour

 

Salem, IN (May 11, 2022) – The JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by Chevrolet Performance will head to Birch Run Speedway this Saturday for the first of three events at the 4/10’s mile oval located just outside of Birch Run, Michigan. Saturday’s event will be the first event of the Triple Crown Series for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour at Birch Run Speedway in 2022. The second Triple Crown Series event will be on Saturday, July 2nd, the Triple Crown Series Championship event will take place on Saturday, September 10th. Saturday’s event was originally scheduled for April 30th but was postponed to this Saturday because of construction efforts throughout the pits and the racetrack that were delayed because of poor weather.

 

The Birch Run Speedway Triple Crown Series for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour will have a special winner’s bonus program sponsored by VanDoorn Racing Development, if the winner of the first Triple Crown Series event elects on the second event to start tail on the field, and wins the 2nd event, that will pay a $7,000 bonus. If that winner then elects on the Triple Crown Series Championship event to start on the tail, if they win, they’ll win a $25,000 bonus. That’s an opportunity for $32,000 in bonus winnings for the winner of the Triple Crown Series!

 

There is more to the Triple Crown Series than just the winner’s bonus program, the top three overall finishers in the Triple Crown Series points will receive: Champion $2500, 2nd Place: $1250 3rd Place: $1000, at the Birch Run Speedway Champions Banquet in the Fall of 2022.

 

The series had its 2022 season opener at Salem Speedway on Sunday, April 24th as part of the Midwest 250, where Casey Roderick came away with the win with a late pass of Dakota Stroup. The series’ second event of the season was this past Saturday at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway where local driver Dylan Fetcho came away with the win.  

 

Topping the list of entries for Saturday night's event is former Birch Run Speedway series event winner Dan Leeck. The Birch Run native, is a two-time series Champion, his first was in 2014, and picked up his second Championship in 2019. Leeck’s one win with the series came at Birch Run Speedway in 2015.

 

Other top entries for Saturday night’s event includes 2021 Redbud 400 winner Kyle Crump, who finished third at Birch Run last year, series 2021 Rookie of the Year Tanner Jack, 2022 rookie competitor Nick Egan, ARCA/CRA Super Series regulars Michael Simko and Albert Francis, second place finisher at Salem Dakota Stroup, former CRA Late Model Sportsman Champion Tony Brutti, two time CRA Late Model Sportsman event winner Brandon Varney and his brother Evan, Berlin Raceway top competitor Evan Shotko, 2020 CRA Junior Late Model Champion Katie Hettinger, 2019 CRA Junior Late Model Champion and 2020 series Rookie of the Year Chase Burda, Anthony Danta, Jimmy Tucker, Kevin Cremonesi, Ethan Stadniczuk and David Liaff, who is entered to make his series debut Saturday.

 

There will be an open practice time available for JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour teams on Friday, May 13th with the tracks race program. Pits open at 12noon with three open practice sessions for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour, one from 2:30pm to 3pm, one from 4pm to 4:30pm and one from 6:30pm to 7:15pm.

 

On Saturday May 14th, pits will open at 12pm. JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour practice is set to begin at 2:30pm. Nova Motorsports qualifying for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour will begin at 6:15pm. Racing action will begin at 7:30pm that will include the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour 100 lap feature plus several local divisions with features only.

 

Track and event information and advanced ticket sales are available at www.birchrunevents.com.

 

More information on the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by Chevrolet Performance is available at www.cra-racing.com.


 

 

Entry Form Released for ARCA/CRA Super Series and the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Combo Event at Flat Rock Speedway

Salem, Indiana (May 10, 2022): Champion Racing Association Powered by JEGS officials have released the entry form for the VanDoorn Racing Development 125 Presented by Fraza, which will take place on Saturday, June 18th  at Flat Rock Speedway, located just outside Flat Rock, Michigan. VanDoorn Racing Development 125 will be a points event for both the ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS and the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by Chevrolet Performance, this will be the third time the series have raced in a combined event, the other two combined events took place at Berlin Raceway in 2019 and 2021.

The event will be a one day show with pits scheduled to open at 1:30pm, practice will begin at 4pm, with the ARCA/CRA Super Series and the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour cars getting an hour practice session. Qualifying will begin at 6pm. The race program will begin at 7pm and will include the VanDoorn Racing Development 125 Presented by Fraza for the ARCA/CRA Super Series and the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour. Also racing that night will be the Flat Rock Speedway ARCA Moran Chevrolet Outlaw Super Late Models in a 75-lap feature and their Factory Stocks in heat races and a 20-lap feature.

More event and track information are available on the Flat Rock Speedway website at www.flatrockspeedway.com.

More information on all the CRA Series, including the entry form for the VanDoorn Racing Development 125 Presented by Fraza, is available at on the CRA web site at www.cra-racing.com.

 

 

 

JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour set to Battle Nashville Pro Late Models Saturday in Nashville

 

Salem, Indiana (May 4, 2022) – The JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by Chevrolet Performance Pro Late Models are set to head south to Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway, located in downtown Nashville, Tennessee, for this weekend’s huge stock car racing event where the series stars will battle the local Nashville Pro Late Model stars in a 100-lap feature. That 100-lap event is just a portion of the racing action Saturday night that will also see the ARCA Menards East Series in a 200-lap event and the $10,000 to win North/South Super Late Model Challenge 100 Presented by Keen Parts for the ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS and the Southern Super Series Presented by Sunoco.

 

Saturday’s event will be the first of three events at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour in 2022, each event is also a points event for the Nashville Pro Late Models. The other events will be the Rackley Roofing Masters of the Pros 150 on Saturday, July 9th and the All-American 400 Weekend event on Sunday, October 30th.

 

Topping the list of JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour entries is four time series Champion Cody Coughlin, who is the defending winner of this event, one of the series leading three victories he got in 2021. Other series competitors entered includes Casey Roderick, who won the series 2022 season opener on April 24th at Salem Speedway, Michael Hinde who won the series CRA SpeedFest 2022 event at Watermelon Capital Speedway in January, series rookies Nick Egan and Ryan Fleming, ARCA/CRA Super Series regular Albert Francis, and former series Winchester Speedway event winner Corey Deuser.

 

Topping the highly talented list of Nashville Pro Late Model drivers entered for Saturday’s race is 2014 and 2016 Track Champion and 2022 opening night feature winner Cole Williams, Hunter Wright who got his first ever Pro Late Model win in Nashville’s second night of competition on April 16th, 2020 Track Champion Dylan Fetcho, Chase Johnson, Jake Bollman, William Hale, Daniel Bolden, Michael Bolden, Davey Coble, Bryson Shaffer, Garrett Dies, Mike Murray, Jim Wall, Bennie Hamlett, Tandy Marlin, Austin Wilson, Dylan Jones, Mike Pruitt, Stacy Crain, Austin Brawley, Phil Hill, Troy Hall, Boston Oliver, Zach Johnson and Kyle Fletcher.

 

The Donnie Wilson Motorsports Team will bring in open wheel ace Buddy Kofoid from Penngrove, California for Saturday’s event. Kofoid’s teammate, Brent Crews, will also be back in action, he has competed in both Nashville Pro Late Model events in 2022. Hueytown, Alabama racer Jolynn Wilkinson is also entered.

 

The Weekends on track action will begin with an optional open practice on Friday, pits open at 1pm (Central), rotating open practice will go from 4pm until 7pm. There will be one 45-minute practice session on Saturday for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Pro Late Models, followed by qualifying at 3pm. The 100 lap JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Pro Late Model feature will be the first feature up at 5:00pm. The North/South Super Late Model Challenge 100 Presented by Keen Parts will be the second feature with the ARCA Menards East Series 200 lap event beginning at 8:30pm (Central) that night.

 

Discounted advance sale grandstand admission, as well as more detailed event information, is available online at www.nashvillefairgroundsspeedway.racing or by calling the Fairgrounds Office at (615)254-1986. Tickets will also be available at the gate on Raceday.

 

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

 

 

 

North/South Super Late Model Challenge 100 Presented by Keen Parts This Saturday in Nashville

 

The sixth addition of the North/South Super Late Model Challenge 100 Presented by Keen Parts will hit the track this Saturday night as part of a huge stock car racing event at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway, located in downtown Nashville, Tennessee, that will also include the ARCA Menards East Series in a 200-lap event, the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour and Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway Pro Late Models in a combined 100 lap event.

 

The $10,000 to win North/South Super Late Model Challenge 100 Presented by Keen Parts is a Co-sanctioned event by two of the top Template Super Late Model series in the country, including the ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS and the Southern Super Series Presented by Sunoco.

 

Donnie Wilson won the inaugural North/South Super Late Model Challenge 100 in 2016, while Casey Roderick won the event in 2017 and again in 2018. Josh Brock won the event in 2019. The event did not take place in 2020 because of COVID. Carson Kvapil is the defending winner of the event from the 2021 season.

 

NASCAR Cup Series competitor William Byron tops a strong list of Super Late  Model entries for Saturday nights North/South Super Late Model Challenge 100. Byron is a four-time Cup Series winner, including wins at Atlanta Motor Speedway on March 20th and again at Martinsville Speedway on April 9th.  Byron returned to Super Late Models in 2021 for the first time in five years and has continued to add Super Late Model events to his 2022 calendar, starting at the World Series of Asphalt at New Smyrna Speedway in February, were he won two 100 lap events. Byron last competed at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway in the 2016 North/South Super Late Model Challenge where he finished in fifth place.

 

The event has a strong entry list of competitors from all over the country including previous event winner Roderick, who will be making his second start for the Platinum Motorsports team after winning in his debut for the team in the ARCA/CRA Super Series event at Salem Speedway on April 24th.

 

Multi-time NASCAR Camping World Truck Series winner Chandler Smith is entered. The defending Snowball Derby Champion picked up a Truck Series win at Las Vegas Motor Speedway for his Kyle Busch Motorsports team on March 4th.

 

Other top Southern drivers entered include former Southern Super Series Champions Bubba Pollard, Stephen Nasse, Jake Gracia along with Jett Noland, Hunter Robbins, Jake Finch, Matt Craig, Michael Hinde, Kyle Bryant, Dusty Williams, Dustin Smith, Tyler Tanner, Blaine Rocha, Logan Beardon and Rocky Samson.  

 

Representing the North will be 2021 Winchester 400 winner Sammy Smith who is the current ARCA Menards East Series points leader with two series victories so far in 2022, along with 2016 ARCA/CRA Super Series Champion Cody Coughlin, 2022 ARCA/CRA Super Series season opener winner Eddie Van Meter and son Billy Van Meter, Albert Francis, Scotty Tomasik, Tommy St. John, Jordon Riddick and Canadian Nicholas Naugle.

 

Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway will be well represented in the North/South Super Late Model Challenge 100 Presented by Keen Parts with three former Fairgrounds Late Model Champions entered, including 2018 and 2021 Champion Michael House, 2020 Champion Dylan Fetcho and 2019 Champion Jackson Boone. 

 

The North/South Super Late Model Challenge 100 Presented by Keen Parts for Super Late Models weekend schedule will consist of an optional open practice this Friday, pits open at 1pm (Central), rotating open practice will go from 4pm until 7pm. Pits open at 9am on Saturday. There will be one 45-minute practice session on Saturday at 12:35pm, followed by qualifying at 3:30pm. The North/South Super Late Model Challenge 100 Presented by Keen Parts, which will consist of a field of up to 32 cars that will pay $10,000 to win and a coveted Nashville Guitar Trophy for the winner, will be the second feature up when racing begins at 5:00pm. The JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour 100-lap event will start the night's racing action and the ARCA Menards East Series 200 lap event beginning at 8:30pm (Central) that night.

 

Discounted advance sale grandstand admission, as well as more detailed event information, is available online at www.nashvillefairgroundsspeedway.racing or by calling the Fairgrounds Office at (615)862-8980. Tickets will also be available at the gate on Raceday.

 

More information on the ARCA/CRA Super Series is available at www.craracing.com. More information on the Southern Super Series is available at www.southernsuperseries.com.

 


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Clean Sweep: Kitzmiller Starts off 2022 on the Right Foot in Season Opening Twin 60s at Dominion

Thornburg, Virginia (May 1, 2022) – It was a favorable beginning to 2022 for a few but a wild and eventful one for many as the Super Cup Stock Car Series kicked off another year’s campaign at Dominion Raceway on Saturday night.

The awarding of the first five bonus points of the season looked to be a replica of the most recent visit to the multi-purpose facility last October with Ben Ebeling picking up where he left off by earning the Pole Award and navigating the 4/10-mile oval in 15.859 seconds.  Only 0.013 seconds behind him though was last year’s series Rookie of the Year, Jason Kitzmiller, who had the six car redraw on his side when team owner Codie Rohrbaugh’s son Benji drew the number one pill.

The path to victory was far from decided though for the Maysville, West Virginia driver.  On the initial start as well as ensuing restarts in the opening 60-lap main event Kitzmiller had to contend with Ron Langdon, who was making his first SCSCS start since June 2021.  The Freeport, New York competitor was able to muscle his way by using the outside line twice, but nearly lost control on a couple occasions under a lengthy green period which allowed Kitzmiller’s No. 97 A.L.L. Construction, Inc. / Grant County Mulch / CR7 Motorsports Chevrolet to somewhat comfortably pull away.

Langdon and others made one last charge over the closing laps, but it was Kitzmiller coming away with his third career series win and first at Dominion for both himself and the team.

“They made a good push there and we were trying to maintain what we had,” last year’s third place finisher in the standings indicated regarding his competition.  “Didn’t want to burn the tires up, but those guys were coming and I was praying that there wasn’t a caution flag because I didn’t want to have to deal with Ron again on the restart because he was real tough.  We really had to be careful and make sure we hit our shifts in the right spots and run a good line.  He was tough to deal with there and you’ve got to tip your hat to him.  He ran me clean and I appreciate that.”

It was also Kitzmiller’s first victory that his fiancée Tonya was there to witness in person, since she was out of town when he swept the night at Motor Mile Speedway last September and had to join on FaceTime for the celebration that evening.

“It was amazing and when Benji, Codie’s son, drew number one we walked away down the pit road and she said ‘look, you’ve only got one job, just stay up there’ and I was like thanks hun, lot of pressure,” Kitzmiller laughed.

Langdon managed to hang on for second with Brent Nelson coming on strong for third in the No. 80 Precision Auto Collision / Airtek Inc. / Atkinson Welding / QH Design / JEBCO Chevrolet.  One incident that brought out an early yellow was between past champions Kevin Kromer and Ebeling.  The latter apologetically came over post-race to discuss the contact, although both were able to continue on and find their way toward the front again with Ebeling fourth and Kromer fighting a tight condition to end up fifth.

The second race of the night featured Hayden Brothers drawing the pole after performing within the top five much of the day and finishing sixth in the first race despite a broken right front shock bolt.  The night unfortunately turned ugly and unprecedented for some almost right away when the green flag waved.

Ebeling and team diagnosed afterward that something likely broke in the transmission that caused the No. 44 Startown Carpet & Floor Coverings / Swanny’s Auto Sales / Wrenn's Lawn Service / L & C Truck Repair / Battery Specialist of Hickory / RE Suspension / Good Frames, LLC – Hardwood Furniture Frames / Williams Ebeling Enterprises Ford to suddenly snap around on the backstretch in front of the field that remained behind him.  West Mifflin, Pennsylvania’s Lauren Butler anticipated the potential problem ahead and checked up in her No. 53 Edlin Automotive / McGunegill Engine Performance / HG Creations (Custom Tumblers) / Motive Parts of Homestead / 3C Signs / Hillsview Landscaping / Low Teams Motorsports Chevrolet; however, multiple others that followed were not as fortunate to notice immediately and she was collected in a collision that ensued.

All were able to pull away except for the No. 31 Hauck Enterprises, Inc. Dodge driven by Richard Hauck, making his series debut all the way from Howell, Michigan.  Ebeling would also be done for the night, the first ever SCSCS race in which he was not running at the finish in a career where he had previously completed every single circuit but one.

Because a lap had not been completed, an original start took place among those that remained in the running with Petersburg, West Virginia’s Nelson advancing to the front.  Fast once again was Kitzmiller, first by Langdon for second and then finding a way by for the lead just prior to halfway.  On lap 36, a heim joint issue contributed to Nelson slowing on the racetrack and resulting in a caution.  It was Langdon yet again who fought for the top spot, clearing the first race winner for a couple laps, but Kitzmiller found his way back by and eventually on his way to the second win of the night.

“We were really hoping to have a strong year and what a way to start,” the driver, whose streak of consecutive top five finishes has stretched to a series record 15 and counting, commented.  “(Langdon) was super tough to get around and we followed him and (Nelson) around the whole time, it felt like 30 or 40 laps.  Brent would slip up and slip up and I could see him when I was following Ron, I was able to get to Ron’s back quarter panel and was able to get around him.  Brent’s car kept on pushing up and we just had real good timing and were able to get him coming off of turn four.”

The battle behind Kitzmiller down the stretch was far from over.  Kromer worked his way up to second position in the closing stages but had Langdon close on his tail.  The slightest amount of contact into the back of Kromer’s rear bumper cover exiting turn two sent the 2019 SCSCS champion around, narrowly avoiding the inside wall.  The championship runner-up that year scored his second runner-up on this night in the No. 17 National Appliance / Oval Speed Unlimited / Langdon’s Automotive Chevrolet.  A rather calm conversation was had immediately following the checkered flag and both were in positive spirits shortly afterward.

“I didn’t think I got into Kevin that time,” Langdon initially believed.  “I thought he got loose and then I tapped him because I was on him.  I was trying to hope he’d make a mistake, but I was just so glad he didn’t get the inside wall.  We don’t need to tear racecars up over this.”

As for Langdon’s outlook on the start to 2022?  “Who knows, we’ll see what the year brings.”

Kromer was able to rally for third in the No. 77 High Voltage AC/DC Tribute Band / Mission R.A.C.E.R. / Versalift East LLC / Leindecker Racing Engines / Mahoning Valley Speedway Toyota and was satisfied despite the near disaster.

“Me and Ron had an altercation at Midvale last year where it was the opposite way, so I guess we’re even now,” Kromer joked.

The Walnutport, Pennsylvania veteran racer had some additional individuals to thank for the pair of top five results.

“Joel Brown has been a big help here,” Kromer continued.  “He helps me on the suspension and shocks, but I think I made a little bit too much adjustment for the second one.  We were a little bit loose and I just could not get through one and two.  Three and four we were good, but you’ve got to make all four corners here to be fast.  When I was in second I felt we were reeling (Kitzmiller) in, but then we had an altercation.  Then we came back with third.  We’re good with that.”

Nelson recovered to fourth despite displaying a shower of sparks the balance of the event.  All in all, a respectable showing for the Petersburg, West Virginia when the weekend started with right side damage to be repaired from an unfortunate incident during Friday’s optional practice session.

Surviving to round out the top five was Haymarket, Virginia resident Rob Jones in his first time out with the series since 2009.  He was driving for team owner Bill Ashton in the No. 57 Shoe Crazy Wine / Seattle Gummy Company / SlapShot Beef Jerky / Jersey Girl Hot Sauce / Perk2o / Ashton Racing Chevrolet that Warrington, Pennsylvania’s Mike Senica piloted in the first race.

Perhaps the most valiant effort of the day was turned in by York, Pennsylvania’s Landon Brothers.  The twin brother of Hayden Brothers, who had another top five run in the No. 27 EHB Logistics, LLC / Manchester Barbershop / Mt. Wolf VFW / Wago Club Chevrolet soured by mechanical problems, Landon overcame brake issues during practice and damage from the lap one wreck in race two to finish respectably.  For only the second time in series history and the first since 2009, the Hard Charger honors were earned by the same driver twice in one night thanks to the results achieved by the crew’s efforts and the young man behind the wheel of the No. 29 EHB Logistics, LLC / Manchester Barbershop / Mt. Wolf VFW / Wago Club Chevrolet.

The Super Cup Stock Car Series next goes to Eastern Ohio’s 3/10-mile oval Midvale Speedway in two weeks for the Quaker Drive Thru Twin 50s presented by Swearingen Bat Company, in which special baseball bat trophies are being customized for the eventual winners for the second straight year.

A return to Thornburg, Virginia’s Dominion Raceway is slated for Saturday, October 1st in which the big winner on this most recent night is certainly looking forward to once more.

“This is a top notch facility,” Kitzmiller mentioned.  “They do an amazing job here.  We brought some folks that A.L.L. Construction works for and was really awesome that they got to see the A.L.L. Construction car win the race.  It means a lot.”

More details and continued updates throughout the season will be available at the official web site at supercupstockcarseries.com as well as the Super Cup Stock Car Series Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages.


 

Twin 60 No. 1 Results:
1 97 Jason Kitzmiller
2 17 Ron Langdon
3 80 Brent Nelson
4 44 Ben Ebeling
5 77 Kevin Kromer
6 27 Hayden Brothers
7 53 Lauren Butler
8 29 Landon Brothers
9 57 Mike Senica
10 31 Richard Hauck
11 9 Samatha Rohrbaugh

 
Twin 60 No. 2 Results:
 

 

1 97 Jason Kitzmiller
2 17 Ron Langdon
3 77 Kevin Kromer
4 80 Brent Nelson
5 57 Rob Jones
6 29 Landon Brothers
7 27 Hayden Brothers
8 53 Lauren Butler
9 44 Ben Ebeling
10 31 Richard Hauck
11 9 Larry Berg

Frontrunners Seek to Keep Momentum Rolling as Quaker Drive Thru powers the Midvale SCSCS Twin 50s presented by Swearingen Bat Company

 

Statesville, North Carolina (May 11, 2022) – There were a few Super Cup Stock Car Series racers who did not necessarily start off on the best foot, mostly due to circumstances outside their own control, at Dominion Raceway.  On the other hand, there were some who left Virginia rather satisfied.  For both scenarios, it will be a new day of racing in Ohio this Saturday at Midvale Speedway to capitalize upon.

 

Another new layer, in more ways than one, could be the potential for faster speeds on the 3/10-mile oval for the 2022 edition.  Almost immediately prior to the track’s season opener last year, fresh asphalt was applied to the corners.  When the SCSCS visited in May 2021, a new track record of 14.416 seconds was set.  During the most recent offseason, a second coat was applied earlier on, providing more weeks to cure this time around before any action took place on the track surface.

 

Entering the upcoming event, Jason Kitzmiller proved to be the early frontrunner for the 2022 title, winning both 60-lap features at Dominion Raceway.  Multiple members of the CR7 Motorsports team have previously been present in Midvale victory lane with drivers Larry Berg and Stephen Cox behind the wheel.  Nevertheless, misfortune ended their night in 2021 rather quickly.

 

“We’d like to redeem ourselves there,” the Maysville, West Virginia driver indicated.  “We had a decent car last year and qualified third or fourth, but 10 laps into the race we lost an oil line so we never really got to race there.”

 

Kitzmiller also made sure to mention the fan-friendly festivities that the staff of the facility always offers, whether it’s an autograph session with the drivers or something else for the younger enthusiasts.

“We’re looking forward to it and they put on a great show.  I remember last year with the Frisbee toss for the kids, it was really cool.”

 

Interestingly enough, Kitzmiller is the only driver in the current top five standings that has yet to win at the next venue.  Drivers such as Brent Nelson from Petersburg, West Virginia and Walnutport, 

 

Pennsylvania’s Kevin Kromer both prevailed through an up-and-down weekend at Dominion with a pair of top five results, and six years ago it was Nelson who had a banner night in Eastern Ohio taking the win.  Kromer has two wins, including the first of his SCSCS career in 2011, at Midvale and the 2019 champion will certainly be looking to rekindle such an accomplishment.

 

Rounding out the top five at the moment is a driver who is coming off one of, if not, the most uncharacteristically challenging results in his time with the series, but has an encouraging immediate history when it comes to the most recent Midvale main event in May of last year.  Hickory, North Carolina’s Ben Ebeling was sidelined early in the second race at Dominion due to transmission troubles, but intends to be a threat to rebound and potentially secure another series trophy or two as well as another special prize the night’s presenting sponsor has stepped up to offer for the second straight year.

 

Many additional competitors will also be making the effort to conquer one of two customized baseball bat trophies provided by Swearingen Bat Company out of Toronto, Ohio.  The unique awards will ultimately have each winning driver’s name engraved along with the Super Cup Stock Car Series and the title of Midvale Race Winner.

 

Grandstand gates open at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday with a full racing program slated to begin at 5:30 p.m. as Quaker Drive Thru powers the Midvale SCSCS Twin 50s presented by Swearingen Bat Company.

 

More information can be found on the Super Cup Stock Car Series official web site supercupstockcarseries.com with interactive updates throughout race day available on Facebook (search Super Cup Stock Car Series), Twitter (@SCSCSRacing), and Instagram (SCSCS_Racing).

Once-in-a-Lifetime Opportunity Presented to Super Cup Stock Car Series Competitors the Weekend of August 6th as Part of North Wilkesboro Speedway’s Racetrack Revival

Statesville, North Carolina (May 9, 2022) – A late addition has been made to the 2022 Super Cup Stock Car Series schedule as a result of an exciting plan recently introduced to the short track racing world.  Last month over Easter weekend, the Racetrack Revival project was brought to the public’s knowledge, in which North Carolina’s historic North Wilkesboro Speedway will host a multi-week grassroots racing event featuring multiple series on the current 0.625-mile oval asphalt throughout the month of August.  The festivities are being spearheaded by XR Events, their CEO Barry Braun, and associated staff.

 

After discussions that followed, the Super Cup Stock Car Series is pleased to announce that they will be part of the August 6th throwback-themed weekend.

 

“I didn’t want to miss an opportunity like this for our series and teams,” SCSCS Director of Competition, Joe Schmaling, stated.  “What better way to bring ‘Racing the Way It Used to Be’ to a track with such history and an event with a ‘throwback’ theme.”

 

The opportunity presented is essentially once-in-a-lifetime for many who may have never competed or even stepped foot on the storied property.  The month of August events will be the final chance to race on the surface that the NASCAR Cup Series last competed in 1996 and has otherwise sat relatively dormant over the past decade.  After the festivities in August are completed, the pavement will be removed in preparation for several weeks of dirt track racing to take place in October followed by a complete repave in 2023 as part of a planned revitalization of the venue initiated by Speedway Motorsports, parent owner of North Wilkesboro Speedway.

 

Specific to the 2022 SCSCS schedule, one additional change involves the October 22nd date originally reserved for Hickory Motor Speedway.  Due to recent unfortunate developments, the final event of the season is instead slated for October 1st at Dominion Raceway.  As always, schedule remains subject to change with specifics to be determined as needed.

 

Numerous further details regarding the weekend of August 6th as part of XR Events and North Wilkesboro Speedway’s Racetrack Revival will be posted as soon as they continue to get confirmed over the coming weeks.  In the meantime, fans and competitors can visit https://www.northwilkesborospeedway.com/ and https://racexr.com/e/racetrack-revival/ for information.

 

Additional information regarding the Super Cup Stock Car Series can be found on the official web site supercupstockcarseries.com, Facebook (search Super Cup Stock Car Series), Twitter (@SCSCSRacing), and Instagram (SCSCS_Racing).

 

 


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Johnson Grabs a $15k Payday in the Joe Shear Classic at Madison

 

 

Event Results

By: Kevin Ramsell

Casey Johnson and the Apex Motorsports team only needed 25 minutes between practice and qualifying to get the transmission changed in his car.

He paid his team back for their hard work by winning the 15th running of the ARCA Midwest Tour’s Joe Shear Classic 200 presented by Keen Parts on Sunday afternoon at Madison International Speedway in Oregon, Wisconsin.

For the first time, the event paid $15,000 to win and $1,500 to start.

“This is definitely a crown jewel,” Johnson exclaimed after the race. “Especially with the way how Gregg (McKarns, ARCA Midwest Tour Promoter) is bumping up the purse for 200 laps and honoring a great race car driver like Joe Shear. This is a big win for me.”

The two-time ARCA Midwest Tour champion would start third and fall back to fifth in the early going but that is as far as he would fall back as he would move forward by driving up to the second spot by lap 14.

His run to the front would be slowed on lap 27 when five-time Midwest Tour champion Ty Majeski broke an oil line going into turn three making hard contact with the backend of his car. He would walk away, but was done for the day.

Austin Nason would lead the field back to green on lap 34 with Dalton Zehr taking over the second spot from Johnson.

Zehr would take over the lead from Nason on lap 54 and would lead until the competition caution on lap 99. The entire field headed to pit road for fuel and tires.

On the re-start on lap 105, Zehr and Johnson would battle for the top spot with Johnson taking over the lead from Zehr.

The final caution would wave on lap 136 when Nason had a left rear trailing arm break coming out of turn two causing him to spin and make contact with the backstretch wall.

Johnson would again lead the field on the final re-start on lap 141. He would build up a comfortable lead on Zehr and Derek Kraus.

Zehr would make a charge at the end but would come up 0.424 seconds short at the checkered flag.

Kraus would finish third with fast qualifier John deAngelis finishing fourth. Riley Stenjem came from his 20th starting spot to finish fifth.

“If you are going to win the race, you don’t have a lot of time to think, you just got to hit your marks and stay smooth,” Johnson said regarding Zehr’s late charge. “If they catch you they do, if they don’t they don’t. I just set a pace where I knew the car would hang on and it was just enough.”

“Joe Shear is a staple in the midwest short track racing community, so it’s a big honor to win his race.”

The ARCA Midwest Tour’s next event is on Saturday, May 28th at Jefferson Speedway, located between Cambridge and Jefferson, Wisconsin, for the Salute the Troops 100.

More information can be found at midwestour.racing.

 

TOUR CHAMPION 77 Jonathan Eilen Hampton MN Eilen & Sons Trucking & Landscape/Graber Auto Body Ford -Having to use a provisional to make the starting field last Sunday, you’d never have known it by the end of 75 laps at Slinger. Eilen was the Hard Charger of the race, charging his way to an eighth place effort after starting twenty-first. The 2012 ARCA Midwest Tour Champion and 2007 Tour Rookie of the Year has a total of five career feature victories including the first ever Tour event in 2007 held at his home track, Elko Speedway. Eilen, who is seventh on the all-time wins list will make his 144th Tour start on Sunday. Eilen has one Super Late Model win at Madison in 2019 and also has a Mid-American Stock Car win at MIS in 2005.

SLM CHAMPION 77 Riley Stenjem Utica WI Sreamin’ Norwegian/Hausz Contractors/Hougan Farms/Direct Networks Chevrolet -Stenjem has adopted quickly to Late Models, the three-time Legend State Champion won the Jefferson Speedway Late Model Rookie of the Year Award along with winning two out of the three Wisconsin State Championship feature events in 2019. With limited Tour starts, he has posted two top ten finishes, coming during last year’s Howie Lettow Classic and Oktoberfest 200. Stenjem, the 2021 Tundra Series Champion is part of the 2022 Kulwicki Driver Development Program.

SLM WINNER 81 Bryan Syer-Keske Lakeville MN Advanced Diesel Power/Fredrickson Signs/Bros Jorgenson Chevrolet -The former Elko Speedway weekly Super Late Model winner has a strong Oktoberfest last fall finishing eighth overall in the Dick Trickle 99 and qualifying for Sunday’s ARCA Midwest Tour 200 lap Championship Feature. Syer-Keske believes he is in the best position he has ever been in to compete with the ‘Stars and Cars’ of the ARCA Midwest Tour and looks to make his first ever start in the Joe Shear Classic this Sunday.

LM WINNER 87 Brent Edmunds Monroe WI Schultz’s Inter-State Ag/L&S Truck Services/Regez Supply Co/Precision Drive Chevrolet -His first Tour start did not go completely as intended last August at Madison’s Howie Lettow Classic, finishing 23rd. The young driver did however earn a starting spot in the field which sent many home, thanks to his sixth place qualifying effort, just shy of NASCAR Cup winner William Byron’s 17.366 second lap. Edmunds has two career Madison weekly Late Model wins to his credit including a win during last year’s Championship Night, catapulting him to a fifth place points finish.

TOUR CHAMPION 91 Ty Majeski Seymour WI iRacing.com/Ken’s Sports/Lucas Oil/CRC Industries/PFC Brakes Ford -Recording his fifth ARCA Midwest Tour Championship in 2021, the all-time Tour win leader will run a partial schedule in 2022 when his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series schedule allows. He was the fast qualifier for the Trucks at Daytona and has a season best finish of third at Atlanta. Majeski, recorded his record fifth Rattler 250 victory in March at South Alabama Speedway and continues to be amongst the elite in Super Late Models. Majeski has 29 Tour wins and won the 2020 Snowball Derby. He rallied to a third place Tour finish as Slinger last week and seeks his second Joe Shear Classic win this Sunday.

LM WINNER 95 Harley Jankowski Sparta WI Hableman Brothers Cranberrys/Kurts Shop/Modern Disposal Sys Chevrolet -The former LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway competitor has made the move to Super Late Models and has found victory during Central Wisconsin Racing Association action. Having recently acquired the former Skylar Holzhausen mount, Jankowski plans on running for the ARCA Midwest Tour Rookie of the Year in 2022.

TRUCK CHAMPION 100 Tristian Swanson New Market MN Marthaler.com/Country Joe Homes/Gumm Farms/Hamke Toyota -A second generation driver, Tristian looks to make his second Midwest Tour start on Sunday and has his sights set on the Tour Rookie of the Year Award. Last season, a win at Madison’s Joe Shear Classic put him on everyone’s radar in the Midwest Trucks. Swanson went on to win four features and was crowned Midwest Truck Champion and Rookie of the Year at season’s end. Tristian is a former Legends Track Champion at Dells Raceway Park and started his Super Late Model season by competing in the Chilly Willy at Tucson Speedway in AZ.

TOUR CHAMPION 119 Dalton Zehr Verona WI Gildan/First Business Bank/American Apparel/Comfort Colors/Make-A-Wish Chevrolet -The 2018 ARCA Midwest Tour Champion has a long list of accolades when it comes to racing. Zehr was the 2013 ASA Member Track National Champion, having won the track title at Michigan’s Norway Speedway that season. In 2007 he finished second the Pro Late Model standings during the World Series at New Smyrna, recording one win. A year earlier, he nearly won the ASA Late Model Series Southern Division Championship, finishing second even though he missed one race. He was part of the Battle at the Beach held on the backstretch of Daytona International Speedway. Zehr has done a lot in his racing career, the three time Tundra Series Champion also won the 2019 Alive for 5 Series title at Dells Raceway Park. His three Midwest Tour wins have come at Elko, Grundy and Golden Sands.

About Joe Shear: Joe Shear won four track championships at Capital Super Speedway, now known as Madison International Speedway and posted 66 career wins at the Oregon, WI oval. The two time ARTGO Challenge Series Champion recorded 51 ARTGO wins and was also a five time winner on the ASA National Tour. Shear found success at New Smyrna Speedway as well, winning an All Pro Series event there in 1981 and winning the World Series of Asphalt Series there in 1988, claiming the checkered World Series checkered flag a dozen times in his career. The five time LaCrosse Oktoberfest winner won four Slinger Nationals and was the Red, White and Blue State Champion four times. His home track Rockford Speedway witnessed Shear win eight National Short Track Championships including his final career win in 1997. Shear was a seven time Rockford Speedway Track Champion.

Schedule of Events for Joe Shear Classic 200 presented by Keen Parts
9am Pit Gate Opens
10:30am Spectator Gates Open
11:30am Practice Begins
12:45pm Qualifying Begins
2pm Racing Begins

Advance Ticket Pricing:
Adults: $25
Senior (62+)/Students (12-17)/Whelen Heroes: $22
Kids (6-11): $10
Children ages 5 and under Free
Family Pricing (2 adults and up to 4 youths ages 17 and under) $60

Day of Event Ticket Pricing:
Adults: $30
Senior (62+)/Students (12-17)/Whelen Heroes: $27
Kids (6-11): $10
Children ages 5 and under Free
Family Pricing (2 adults and up to 4 youths ages 17 and under) $60

Divisions: The ARCA Midwest Tour will be joined by the Midwest Trucks and 602 Outlaw Late Models

Location: Madison International Speedway is located at 1122 Sunrise Road in Oregon, WI. For additional information visit misracing.com or call 608-835-9700.

Past Winners of Joe Shear Classic
2008 Dan Fredrickson
2009 Nathan Haseleu
2010 Steve Carlson
2011 Ross Kenseth
2012 Andrew Morrissey
2013 Travis Sauter
2014 Nathan Haseleu
2015 Johnny Sauter
2016 Ty Majeski
2017 Andrew Morrissey
2018 Austin Nason
2019 Bubba Pollard
2020 Johnny Sauter (Dells Raceway Park)
2021 Rich Bickle, Jr.

 

 

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CARS Late Model Stock Car Tour 2022 Season Schedule

 

March 12-13    Caraway Speedway                             Sophia, NC             Old North State Nationals

March 26         Hickory Motor Speedway                     Hickory, NC

April 9              Greenville-Pickens Speedway             Easley, SC

April 23            Goodyear All American Speedway      Jacksonville, NC

May 6               Ace Speedway                                    Elon, NC

May 21             Franklin County Speedway                Callaway, VA

June 4              Langley Speedway                             Hampton, VA

June 18            Dominion Raceway                            Thornburg, VA

July 30             Hickory Motor Speedway                    Hickory, NC           Throwback 276

August 12        Ace Speedway                                    Elon, NC

August 27        Motor Mile Speedway                         Fairlawn, VA

September 10 Tri-County Motor Speedway               Granite Falls, NC

October 8        Dillion Motor Speedway                     Dillon, SC

October 22      South Boston Speedway                      South Boston, VA

November 5    Caraway Speedway                             Sophia, NC             North vs South Shootout

 

 

CARS Pro Late Model Tourv2022 Season Schedule

 

March 12-13   Caraway Speedway                              Sophia, NC             Old North State Nationals

March 26        Hickory Motor Speedway                      Hickory, NC

April 9             Greenville-Pickens Speedway              Easley, SC

May 21            Franklin County Speedway                  Callaway, VA

June 25           Tri-County Motor Speedway                Granite Falls, NC

July 9               Wake County Speedway                     Raleigh, NC

July 30             Hickory Motor Speedway                    Hickory, NC           Throwback 276

August 12        Ace Speedway                                    Elon, NC

August 27        Motor Mile Speedway                         Fairlawn, VA

September 10 Tri-County Motor Speedway               Granite Falls, NC

October 22      South Boston Speedway                     South Boston, VA

November 5    Caraway Speedway                             Sophia, NC             North vs South Shootout

 
 

2022 ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS

All Aspects of Schedule are Tentative and Subject to Change.

DATE                                              TRACK                                                        LAPS

Fri./Sat., January 28-29               Watermelon Capital Speedway                    100

Saturday, April 9                          Anderson Speedway                                     125

Sunday, April 24                          Salem Speedway                                            100

Saturday, May 7                           Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway                100

Saturday, June 4                         Jennerstown Speedway                                150

Saturday, June 18                       Flat Rock Speedway                                      125

Saturday, July 16                         Anderson Speedway                                     400

Saturday, July 30                         Lucas Oil Raceway                                        100

Saturday, August 20                   TBA                                                                  100

Sat./Sun., September 3-4           Winchester Speedway                                    100

Saturday, September 17            Toledo Speedway                                            100

Sat./Sun., October 15-16            Winchester Speedway                                   400

Sat./Sun., October 29-30            Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway                 300

 

2022 JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Schedule

DATE                                                     TRACK                                                  LAPS

Fri./Sat., January 28-29                     Watermelon Capital Speedway               100

Sunday, April 24                                 Salem Speedway                                     100

Saturday, April 30                              Birch Run Speedway                               100

Saturday, May 7                                 Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway           100

Sunday, June                                     TBA                                                            125

Saturday, July 2                                 Birch Run Speedway                               100

Saturday, July 9                                 Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway           150

Friday, July 22                                   TBA                                                             100

Saturday, August 6                            Anderson Speedway                                100

Saturday, September 3                     Winchester Speedway                              100

Saturday, September 10                   Birch Run Speedway                                100

Saturday, October 1                          Jennerstown Speedway                           100

Friday, October 14                             Winchester Speedway                              100

Sunday, October 30                           Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway           100

 

2022 Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks Schedule

All Aspects of Schedule are Tentative and Subject to Change. Additional Events May be Added.

DATE                                     TRACK                                              LAPS

Saturday, January 29            Watermelon Capital Speedway           75 Non-Points

Sunday, April 3                       Shadybowl Speedway                       75

Saturday, April 16                  Anderson Speedway                           75

Saturday, April 30                  Shady Bowl Speedway                       150 Four Crown

Sunday, May 15                      T.B.A.                                                 75

Saturday, June 25                   Anderson Speedway                           150 Four Crown

Saturday, July 30                    Indianapolis Raceway Park                100 Four Crown

Saturday, August 13               Anderson Speedway                           150 Four Crown

Saturday, August 20               T.B.A.                                                  50

Sat/Sun, September 3-4          Winchester Speedway                         40

Saturday, September 17          Anderson Speedway                           75

Saturday, October 1                Jennerstown Speedway                       50

Friday, October 14                 Winchester Speedway                         25 Non-Points

Saturday, October 15             Winchester Speedway                          40

Saturday, October 29             Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway        50 Non-Points

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Super Cup Stock Car Series 2022 Schedule

(ALL events feature a twin race format)

Saturday, April 23 - Dominion Raceway, Thornburg, VA

Saturday, May 14 - Midvale Speedway, Midvale, OH

Saturday, June 4 - 3rd Running of the Veterans Classic at Shenandoah Speedway, Shenandoah, VA

Saturday, June 18 - Keystone Twins at UMI Motorsports Park, Clearfield, PA

Saturday, July 9 - Jennerstown Speedway, Jennerstown, PA

Saturday, August 6 - Optional/Rain Date (if needed)

Saturday, August 20 - Motor Mile Speedway, Radford, VA

Saturday, September 10 - Jennerstown Speedway, Jennerstown, PA

Saturday, October 1 - Dominion Raceway, Thornburg, VA

Saturday, October 22 - Championship Weekend presented by Startown Carpet and Floor Coverings at Hickory Motor Speedway (with the FASS Big Rig Series), Hickory, NC

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2022 VORES COMPACT TOURING SERIES SCHEDULE

March 19 - Five Flags Speedway - Bash at the Beach*/***
April 3 - TBA - Cabin Fever**
April 16 - Anderson Speedway - Easter Bunny 30**/***
April 30 - Shadybowl Speedway - Spring Fling**
May 14 - Ona Speedway - Fly By 40
June 11 - Anderson Speedway - Summer Celebration
June 25 - Shadybowl Speedway - 5th Annual Bowl Classic
July 9 - Angola Motorsport Speedway - 9th Annual Vores Cup
July 30 - Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park - NASCAR Race Week
August 13 - Rain Date
August 21 - TBA - Back to School Celebration
September 4 - Winchester Speedway - Labor Day Weekend**
October 1 - Jennerstown Speedway - Fall Brawl
October 14 - Winchester Speedway - Jerry Herndon Memorial Championship Night
October 30 - Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway - All American 400*/***

* - Non-Points Race
** - D & J Sales B4 Mini Series Races
*** - Pest Doctor Bug Free Challenge

 

2022 ARCA Midwest Tour Schedule (subject to change)

Sun May 1 – Madison International Speedway – Oregon, WI – Joe Shear Classic 200

Sat May 28 – Jefferson Speedway – Jefferson, WI – Salute the Troops 100

Sun Jun 19 – The Milwaukee Mile – West Allis, WI – Father’s Day 100

Sat July 9 – Grundy County Speedway – Morris, IL – Wayne Carter Classic 100

Sat July 23 – State Park Speedway – Wausau, WI – Larry Detjens Memorial 125

Tues Aug 2 – Wisconsin International Raceway – Kaukauna, WI – Gandrud Auto Group 250

Sat Aug 20 – Hawkeye Downs – Cedar Rapids, IA – Hawkeye 100

Fri Aug 26 – Madison International Speedway – Oregon, WI – Howie Lettow Classic 100

Sat Sept 3 – Dells Raceway Park – WI Dells, WI – Jim Sauter Classic 200

Sun Oct 9 – LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway – West Salem, WI – Oktoberfest 200

Sun Oct 30* – Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway – Nashville, TN – All American 400*

*Non-Points event for ARCA Midwest Tour

 

 

 

 

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