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Seavey Goes Two-For-Two in Turnpike Competition

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - Backing up a dominant performance from the previous night, Logan Seavey doubled down and took a second consecutive Turnpike Challenge victory. Seavey's second Turnpike Challenge POWRi Lucas Oil National & West Midget League victory came again at I-44 Riverside Speedway.

 
Starting inside the second row behind Cannon McIntosh and Jerry Coons, Jr., Seavey fell in behind Jerry Coons at the start of the race. Coons, Jr. looked to have the upper hand early on until coming up on lap traffic in which Ace McCarthy spun and Coons, Jr. took a direct hit, crushing his hopes of a Turnpike Challenge victory.

 
Benefitting from Coons, Jr.'s misfortune, Seavey took command of the top position and never looked back. Shortly after midway, a strong Tyler Thomas moved into the second position with Christopher Bell in tow. A much different night than last night for Thomas, switching to a backup machine paid dividends to the Oklahoman, as he was able to not only place on the podium, but also fend off Christopher Bell's advances for the second position.

 
Bell was forced to settle for second as Thomas took second behind Seavey, while Tucker Klaasmeyer improved one position from the previous night to take fourth. Jake Neuman finished fifth.

 
"Being that tonight was a lot smoother than last night, I didn't have to work so hard to get up front in the feature," commented Logan Seavey. "Once we got up front, this thing was just so good. Another really physical race track, you're out of breath bouncing through the holes. It makes it really fun, gives it a lot of character. I can't thank the KKM team for the opportunity and Toyota and Mobil 1 for backing me. It's always fun when you can race your teammates close like that. I knew I just couldn't make mistakes."

 
"It feels really good," stated Tyler Thomas. "After last night we didn't feel like we were as strong as we could be. It's uncharacteristic for us run in the back like that so we decided to make a change with the car and pull the backup down and it was obviously the right decision. My dad did a really good job setting it up tonight and this Toyota power plant was really good. Spike Chassis, Advanced Racing Suspensions, Engler Machine and Tool, all these guys help us run up front."

 
"It was tough," said Christopher Bell. "Obviously the beginning of the night didn't go as planned. The track was really tough. It got pretty rough getting into turn one. It made it interesting. Thank you to the fans for coming out and hopefully we put a good show on tomorrow."

 
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Racing Electronics Heat Race Winners: 25 - JERRY COONS JR, 67 - LOGAN SEAVEY, 21 - CHRISTOPHER BELL, 91T - TYLER THOMAS, 28 - ACE MCCARTHY, 67K - HOLLEY HOLLAN, 21KS - KARTER SARFF

 
Speed Sport C-Main Winner: 20G - NOAH GASS

 
Bell Qualifier Winners: 08 - CANNON MCINTOSH, 71 - JESSE COLWELL, 9 - DAISON PURSLEY, 15 - COLE BODINE

 
Toyota Semi Feature Winner: 28 - ACE MCCARTHY, 5D - ZACH DAUM

 
Mesilla Valley Transportation Feature Winner: 67 - LOGAN SEAVEY
POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League Feature Results (30 laps): 1. 67 - LOGAN SEAVEY 2. 91T - TYLER THOMAS 3. 21 - CHRISTOPHER BELL 4. 27 - TUCKER KLAASMEYER 5. 3N - JAKE NEUMAN 6. 56 - ALEX BRIGHT 7. 9 - DAISON PURSLEY 8. 71 - JESSE COLWELL 9. 71K - TANNER CARRICK 10. 44S - ANDREW FELKER 11. 25 - JERRY COONS JR 12. 5D - ZACH DAUM 13. 15 - COLE BODINE 14. 67K - HOLLEY HOLLAN 15. 52 - BLAKE HAHN 16. 35 - STERLING CLING 17. 08 - CANNON MCINTOSH 18. 10 - MATT SHERRELL 19. 14X - JODY ROSENBOOM 20. 39BC - ZEB WISE 21. 21H - BRADY BACON 22. 11B - KAYLEE BRYSON 23. 28 - ACE MCCARTHY

 
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Seavey Dethrones Bell at I-44


 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - In what was a fairytale ending for Logan Seavey, the Californian was finally able to hold off Christopher Bell and end a streak that may very well go down in history unmatched. Bell looked to go 10 for 10 in Turnpike Challenge competition, but Seavey had other hopes and took his first career Turnpike Challenge victory with the POWRi Lucas Oil National & West Midget League.

 
Starting on the pole, Seavey led the field to green at I-44 Riverside Speedway, sharing the front row with eventual third place finisher, Hank Davis. While Bell started deep in the field in 14th, he immediately went to work and was up to fifth by mid-way. As Seavey meticulously worked the track and navigated traffic, Bell continued to push forward.
Earning every inch of real estate he took, Bell battled past Blake Hahn and with six to go and set his sights on Hank Davis for second. As the laps wound down, Bell worked past Davis and set Seavey in his crosshairs. With only a handful of laps remaining, it was up to both drivers to minimize any mistakes in hopes of capturing victory. Coming to the white flag, it looked like Bell might have a shot, but Seavey proved to be too strong.

 
In as many as the previous two seasons, Seavey has tried to dethrone Bell, most recently in 2018's Turnpike Challenge in which Seavey took runner up both nights. In 2019, at least one night will go home with a driver besides Bell. Hank Davis finished in third after starting outside the front row, while Blake Hahn advanced to fourth. Zeb Wise completed the top five.  

 
"I'm glad he was able to get up there and at least race me, even if it was only for a lap," stated Logan Seavey. "It wouldn't have felt as good if he didn't get second and at least give me a shot for the lead. It's cool to know we beat him straight up. We tried for so long. I have to thank the Chris Bell fan on the backstretch because the harder he cheered, I knew he was getting close and I knew I had to hit my marks on the bottom. It's just so tough to beat this guy and hopefully we can get it done again tomorrow."

 
"I'm glad we were able to put on a show for the fans," said Christopher Bell. "Obviously I'm disappointed to break the streak, but you can't win them all and to run second to my teammate who has been pushing me around for a couple of these races is good. The racetrack was really hard, very technical and fun to race. Ultimately, just stated too far back."

 
"It's pretty unreal," commented Hank Davis. "Yes, we got beat, but those are probably the best two to get beat by. I couldn't be more happy, honestly. We've been struggling with motor and brakes this weekend and just kind of tough to get going. If we could get a good restart, we might have been able to hang, but we just got our doors blown off."

 
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Racing Electronics Heat Race Winners: Heat 1: 91T - TYLER THOMAS, Heat 2: 44S - ANDREW FELKER, Heat 3: F5 - TYE MINOCKO, Heat 4: 17E - BLAKE EDWARDS, Heat 5: 44 - WESLEY SMITH, Heat 6: 25 - JERRY COONS JR, Heat 7: 52 - BLAKE HAHN

 
Speed Sport C-Main Winner: 84M - ALEX DECAMP

 
Bell Qualifier Winners: 69K - HOLLEY HOLLAN, 67 - LOGAN SEAVEY, 95 - CHRIS ANDREWS, 32 - TREY MARCHAM

 
Toyota Semi Feature Winner: 9 - DAISON PURSLEY, 71K - TANNER CARRICK

 
Mesilla Valley Transportation Feature Winner: 67 - LOGAN SEAVEY

 
POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League Feature Results (30 laps): 1. 67 - LOGAN SEAVEY 2. 21 - CHRISTOPHER BELL 3. 42 - HANK DAVIS 4. 52 - BLAKE HAHN 5. 39BC - ZEB WISE 6. 95 - CHRIS ANDREWS 7. 25 - JERRY COONS JR 8. 71 - JESSE COLWELL 9. 21H - BRADY BACON 10. 32 - TREY MARCHAM 11. 71K - TANNER CARRICK 12. 28 - ACE MCARTHY 13. 9 - DAISON PURSLEY 14. 44 - WESLEY SMITH 15. 56 - ALEX BRIGHT 16. 44S - ANDREW FELKER 17. 91T - TYLER THOMAS 18. 27 - TUCKER KLAASMEYER 19. 21KS -KARTER SARFF 20. 5D - ZACH DAUM 21. 69K - HOLLEY HOLLAN 22. 11B - KAYLEE BRYSON 23. 08 - CANNON MCINTOSH

 
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Bell Remains Undefeated in Turnpike Competition


 
Sapulpa, Oklahoma - Heading into the Sixth Annual Turnpike Challenge featuring POWRi Lucas Oil National and West Midget League competition, Christopher Bell would have been a safe bet for the victor heading into tonight's race at Creek County Speedway. And that safe money bet would have paid off; Christopher Bell is now nine for nine in Turnpike Competition.

 
While the opening night of four straight nights of racing presented a challenge, as this was the inaugural visit of the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League to Creek County Speedway, Bell proved he is always up for a challenge as he took a dominating heat race win. Ever determined, Bell set his sights on the ultimate prize, another Turnpike Challenge victory.

 
Starting inside row two, Bell immediately jumped to second and set his sights on race leader and pole sitter, Tanner Carrick. As the duo approached traffic, Bell showed his hand and tossed a slider at Carrick, but Carrick returned. Another circuit later and heading into turn one, both Carrick and Bell went for the same real estate on the bottom and their Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports entries collided, sending Carrick to an abrupt stop.

 
With Bell inheriting the lead, the race was his to lose. Enduring several yellows and one red flag, Bell held off a determined Zeb Wise and later fended off a late race charge by Logan Seavey. As the laps wound down, Seavey's determination to get past Bell got the best of him, allowing Wise to regain control of the second position. Seavey took third with Tyler Thomas in fourth. Defending POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League champion Tucker Klaasmeyer rounded out the top five after charging to the front from deep in the field starting in the 23rd position.

 
"That was a lot of fun," said Christopher Bell. "I felt really bad about me and Carrick getting together getting into turn one. I had no idea he was to the inside of me there, just racing with lap traffic. This track was tough. The ledge got built up really tall so it was very difficult to go up there and run consistent laps. I've just got to say thanks to Keith, Pete, Big Al, Chuckie, and everyone that works on these things. They do a really great job. Obviously, we have really fast racecars to drive, so that makes my job easier."

 
"I knew Chris was going to be the star of the show and that's who we have to beat," Zeb Wise commented. "Near mid race we were kind of hanging with him and then Seavey got by me. We were able to get Seavey picked back off there at the end but just not enough laps. These Clauson Marshall guys had the Drive2Save Lives Sun Dollar 39BC hooked up tonight. They worked their butt off for me and to stand up here on the podium is pretty special."

 
"I'm just disappointed," stated Logan Seavey. "I had such a good racecar. I drove up to second and then I just didn't run very good laps. I had a good run on him one time and should have thrown a slider, but didn't. I just kept missing the bottom in one and two and then that was about it for me. These guys brought me such a good racecar and it fires me up since it seems like I'm always racing Christopher for the win in these and we have three more nights to give it a go."

 
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Racing Electronics Heat Race Winners: Heat 1: 71K - TANNER CARRICK, Heat 2: 21 - CHRISTOPHER BELL, Heat 3: 67 - LOGAN SEAVEY, Heat 4: 8J - JONATHAN BEASON, Heat 5: 21KS - KARTER SARFF, Heat 6: 8 - ALEX SEWELL, Heat 7: 47BC - ANDREW LAYSER

 
Speed Sport C-Main Winner: 17Z - ZAC MOODY

 
Bell Qualifier Winners: 32 - TREY MARCHAM, 71K - TANNER CARRICK, 08 - CANNON MCINTOSH, 28 - ACE MCCARTHY

 
Toyota Semi Feature Winners: 67K - HOLLEY HOLLAN, 21KS - KARTER SARFF

 
Mesilla Valley Transportation Feature Winner: 21 - CHRISTOPHER BELL

 
POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League Feature Results (30 laps): 1. 21 - CHRISTOPHER BELL 2. 39BC - ZEB WISE 3. 67 - LOGAN SEAVEY 4. 91T - TYLER THOMAS 5. 27 - TUCKER KLAASMEYER 6. 3N - JAKE NEUMAN 7. 18 - TONY BRUCE JR 8. 25 - JERRY COONS JR 9. 21KS - KARTER SARFF 10. 47BC - ANDREW LAYSER 11. 71K - TANNER CARRICK 12. 21H - BRADY BACON 13. 5D - ZACH DAUM 14. 52 - BLAKE HAHN 15. 08 - CANNON MCINTOSH 16. 44S - ANDREW FELKER 17. 67K - HOLLEY HOLLAN 18. 8J - JONATHAN BEASON 19. 28 - ACE MCCARTHY 20. 15 - COLE BODINE 21. 42 - HANK DAVIS 22. 32 - TREY MARCHAM 23. 91 - KEVIN BAYER 24. 44 - WESLEY SMITH

 
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McIntosh's Pursuit of POWRi National Midget Crown Begins in Home State

 
BELLEVILLE, IL. (March 17, 2019) - Although he's not listed as an official rookie, there is no doubting the fact that 16-year old Cannon McIntosh of Bixby, Oklahoma is one of the nation's fastest rising young guns with superstar potential. Driving for his family-owned operation, Dave Mac Motorsports, McIntosh has committed to chase to 2019 POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Championship.
 
His title pursuit will begin next week inside his home state with the sixth annual Turnpike Challenge. A four-night adventure, McIntosh will literally be right at home, competing at three tracks he grew up racing at in the micro sprint ranks. The action kicks off on Thursday, March 21 at Creek County Speedway in Sapulpa, OK, continues on Friday and Saturday, March 22-23 at I-44 Riverside Speedway in Oklahoma City, OK, and concludes on Sunday, March 24 at Port City Raceway in Tulsa, OK.
 
A champion of the iconic Tulsa Shootout in the Jr. Sprint division back in 2014, McIntosh's ascension to the forefront of National Midget racing has been quick and sudden, almost overnight. He spent several years in the stout micro sprint ranks of Oklahoma before developing in the POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget League and now, competing on the national scale.
 
In 2017, McIntosh debuted with the POWRi West Midgets, competing in 12 features while earning nine top ten finishes, four top five finishes, and his first-career victory at I-44 Riverside Speedway, which led to a fourth-place points finish. He ran 11 events in 2018, finishing sixth in points with a resume that included six top ten finishes, four top five finishes, and a win at Springfield (MO) Raceway.
 
Heading into next week's Turnpike Challenge, McIntosh is red hot with back-to-back successes. In January, he made his Chili Bowl Midget Nationals debut, earning a top ten on his preliminary night and making it to the B-Main on Saturday, falling just short of Rookie of the Year honors. Just last week, McIntosh picked up his first-career midget victory in      DuQuoin, Illinois.
 
Piloting the Dave Mac Motorsports, Spike/Toyota No. 08, McIntosh is set to give chase for his first-career national championship on the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League trail. One of the fastest rising young stars in the country, there is no doubt that McIntosh's presence will add that much more excitement to the 2019 POWRi campaign.
 
Fans can watch McIntosh's pursuit of the 2019 POWRi National Midget championship on a LIVE pay-per-view broadcast each night. POWRi Racing has partnered with Speed Shift TV to bring the 2019 season to fans worldwide, beginning with the Turnpike Challenge next week. Head to www.speedshifttv.com to order your viewing pass!
 
You can also follow along on social media with race recaps, live updates, full results and press releases all weekend long. Follow @POWRi_Racing on Twitter, like "POWRi" on Facebook, or visit www.powri.com online.

 

"Franklin B. Alexander Memorial to pay $5K to win at Sycamore Speedway"         

 
Sycamore, IL March 12--- Officials of the The Zimbrick Chevrolet of Sun Prairie Badger Midget Series and the Alexander Family announced today that the "Franklin B. Alexander Memorial" will be at Sycamore Speedway on Saturday night Aug. 31. The event will pay $5,000 to win.
     To be eligible for the $5,000 winner's share, the driver and owner must be Badger members and compete in at least five Badger events prior to the August 31 event. If the winner fails to meet the bonus requirement he will receive the standard Badger first place payout. The feature event will pay $250 to start.
       Franklin B. Alexander was a long-time well-known race fan attending events at Sycamore, Wilmot and Sante Fe Speedway to name a few tracks. Due to the generosity of the Alexander family which competes in the series, competitors will be racing for the largest posted purse during the 2019 season.
     The event will be the final of seven events for the Badger Midgets during the season at the 1/3 mile dirt oval. The first event is Saturday, May 18 followed by Saturday dates on June 1, June 22, July 20, August 3, 17, and 31. Sycamore is one of eighteen tracks in Illinois to host a Badger sanctioned event in the organizations 83-year history.
     The Badger series kickoffs their 83rd season at Beaver Dam Raceway on Saturday night April 20 with the running of the "The Wipperfurth Triple Crown". Sycamore Speedway opens their 56th season of racing one week later Saturday night April 27.
 
 

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Bell Looking to Extend Unprecedented Turnpike Challenge Streak

 
Belleville, IL. (March 18, 2019) - When it comes to modern day midget racing, arguably no statistic is as impressive as the numbers behind Christopher Bell's dominance inside his home state of Oklahoma. Over the years, Bell has competed in eight POWRi National Midget League races in the Sooner State, and he was won all eight races. Yes, you read that right; he has NEVER LOST a Turnpike Challenge event.

 
When the sixth annual edition of the Turnpike Challenge begins next week, Bell will be back behind the wheel with the potential to make it 12-for-12. Driving for Keith Kunz Motorsports, Bell will be piloting a Spectra Premium, Bullet-by-Spike/Toyota No. 21.
In the previous five years of the Turnpike Challenge, Bell has held victory lane hostage with weekend sweeps in 2014, 2015, 2017 and 2018. He was unable to attend in 2016, but even down two starts, his numbers are far superior to that of the competition. Along with his perfect 1.000% batting average with eight wins in eight starts, Bell has been out front 62% of the time, leading 174 laps out of a possible 280.

 
To fully grasp not only the dominance, but the meaning behind his historic run, you have to look at Bell's roots as a young racer growing up in Oklahoma. The Norman, OK native turned his first laps at I-44 Riverside Speedway in Oklahoma City in a Jr. Sprint and as his career progressed, he moved into the micro sprint ranks at I-44. Soon, he began traveling to Port City Raceway in Tulsa, Creek County Speedway in Sapulpa, and Will Rogers Raceway in Claremore, among other tracks.

 
His meteoric rise as a NASCAR Xfinity Series star has moved the 24-year old to North Carolina these days, but his annual return to the Turnpike Challenge brings him back to his Oklahoma roots each March. An always celebrated visit, fans will be extra grateful this year when Bell visits three different tracks with four races on tap.

 
Through five years, the Turnpike Challenge has annually been a doubleheader spent at one track, but fans and racers have received a twist for 2019. Set to be the biggest Turnpike Challenge in history, this year's event pits the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League vs. the POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget League for four nights at three different tracks.

 
The campaign will start with a wildcard as the POWRi National Midgets visit Creek County Speedway in Sapulpa, OK for the first time in league history on Thursday, March 21. On Friday and Saturday, March 22-23, Bell returns home to I-44 Riverside Speedway in Oklahoma City where his four most recent TPC wins have come. The week will conclude at Port City Raceway in Tulsa on Sunday, March 24, where his first four TPC wins occurred.

 
Fans can watch Bell's pursuit to extend his unprecedented Turnpike Challenge win streak against the POWRi National and West Midgets on a LIVE pay-per-view broadcast each night. POWRi Racing has partnered with Speed Shift TV to bring the 2019 season to fans worldwide, beginning with the Turnpike Challenge next week. Head to www.speedshifttv.com to order your viewing pass!

 
You can also follow along on social media with race recaps, live updates, full results and press releases all weekend long. Follow @POWRi_Racing on Twitter, like "POWRi" on Facebook, or visit www.powri.com online.

 

DAUM ENTERS 2019 WITH CHANCE AT MAKING POWRi HISTORY

 


 
BELLEVILLE, ILL. (March 14, 2019) - Since the inception of the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League in 2005, the history books have pieced together record-setting performances and noteworthy accomplishments nearly every single season. Heading into the 2019 campaign, the 15th year of POWRi, Zach Daum of Pocahontas, Illinois will be chasing his own slice of history.
 
Committed to the full 2019 campaign, Daum looks to become the first four-time champion in POWRi National Midget League history. Scoring titles in 2013, 2014 and 2016, Daum is currently tied with Brad Loyet of Sunset Hills, Missouri, who guided his Loyet Motorsports No. 05 to POWRi National Midget championships in 2007, 2010 and 2011.
 
The 2007 POWRi Midget Rookie of the Year, Daum spent several years progressing until his first-career victory came in 2012, which quickly led to massive success. His first championship came in 2013 backed by a six-win season and was followed by a second-straight title in 2014. He returned to the top of the standings in 2016 with his third-career championship, matching Loyet for the most in POWRi National Midget League history.
 
In order to break the barrier and rewrite the record books this year, the 27-year old Daum will have to outlast a daunting field of challengers while encountering the largest schedule in the 15-year history of POWRi. From Oklahoma and Illinois to Wisconsin and New Mexico and few and far in between, Daum is up for the tough task of going head-to-head against the likes of Keith Kunz Motorsports, Dave Mac Motorsports, Steve Reynolds Racing, Jim Neuman Racing, a handful of other stout teams.
 
Daum's road to a record-setting fourth championship begins in one week's time with the Sixth Annual Turnpike Challenge serving as the 2019 POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League season opener. A four-race event at Creek County Speedway, I-44 Riverside Speedway and Port City Raceway, the mini-series runs from Thursday, March 21 through Sunday, March 24.
 
Over the course of five years, Daum is the only driver to start ALL ten Turnpike Challenge features. Although he has yet to earn a TPC victory, his average finish of 4.2 is a jaw-dropping stat. In ten features, Daum has racked up nine top-five finishes with a best finish of second-place and worst finish of seventh-place.
 
You can watch Daum's chase for the record books unfold night-in and night-out courtesy of a LIVE pay-per-view broadcast on www.speedshifttv.com. For more information such as breaking news, race recaps, full results, and live updates, you can follow POWRi on Twitter at @POWRi_Racing, like "POWRi" on Facebook, and visit www.POWRi.com online. 

 

NEUMAN & McCARTHY TEAMING FOR POWRi NATIONAL MIDGET CAMPAIGN


 
BELLEVILLE, ILL. (March 13, 2019) - The field of 2019 POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League championship contenders continues to grow stronger with the addition of two more entries declaring their commitment to the POWRi title chase. Bringing a two-car tandem to the table this year, Jim Neuman Racing of New Berlin, Illinois will be represented by longtime driver, Jake Neuman, and a new combatant in Oklahoma's Ace McCarthy.
 
Neuman, a graduate of the POWRi Speedway Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro League, has since moved into midget competition and developed into one of the league's most-established dark horse threat on a night-to-night basis. The New Berlin, Illinois native will return for the full schedule in 2019 behind the wheel of the Jim Neuman Racing owned Brandt, BOSS/SR-11X No. 3N.
 
Fresh off a strong 2018 campaign, Neuman finished sixth in POWRi National Midget point standings with a resume that included one victory, 18 top five finishes and 21 top ten finishes in 27 feature starts. The highlight of the year came in July at Valley Speedway (MO), where Neuman fended off a trio of stout Keith Kunz Motorsports drivers to score his second-career POWRi Midget victory.
 
The new man on the block, Ace McCarthy, joins the POWRi National Midget contingent. A native of Tahlequah, Oklahoma, McCarthy has primarily  been competing in POWRi West. Now, McCarthy is slated to chase the POWRi National Midget championship for the first time in his career, as he pilots a Jim Neuman Racing owned Two-Eight Drilling, BOSS/SR-11X No. 28 in 2019.
 
A two-time winner in the POWRi West ranks, McCarthy picked up his first-career triumph in September of 2017 at I-30 (AR) Speedway and followed that with another victory in April of 2019 at Red Dirt (OK) Raceway. After working vigorously to hone his skills, McCarthy is now prepped and prepared to tackle the national ranks.
 
Neuman and McCarthy, along with an expected 50+ other competitors, will kick off the 2019 POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League season next week with the sixth annual Turnpike Challenge. The four-night event will bring racers to Oklahoma with trips to Creek County Speedway (Thursday, March 21), I-44 Riverside Speedway (Friday, March 22 - Saturday, March 23), and Port City Raceway (Sunday, March 24).
 
Included in POWRi's exciting new partnership with Speed Shift TV, fans can watch all four nights of racing on www.speedshifttv.com as the action will be broadcasted LIVE. Live updates, results and stories will be provided across POWRi's social media outlets and at www.powri.com

 

 

PURSLEY & GASS JOIN POWRi NATIONAL MIDGET ROOKIE OF THE YEAR CONTENTION

 

BELLEVILLE, ILL. (March 12, 2019) - Joining a trio of previously announced drivers, Daison Pursley of Locust Grove, Oklahoma and Noah Gass of Mounds, Oklahoma, have announced their commitment to compete for POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League Rookie of the Year honors in 2019. Making an already stout rookie class even stronger, the addition of these two up-and-coming racers could arguably make this 2019 Rookie of the Year battle potentially the greatest in POWRi National Midget League history.
 
Joining the iconic Keith Kunz Motorsports group, Pursley will pilot a Toyota Racing No. 9 throughout the 2019 campaign. The 14-year old Oklahoma hot shoe has been opening eyes across the Midwest over the past year as he has risen through the micro sprint ranks. Now his attention turns to the POWRi National Midget ranks, focused on building his career and becoming the newest in a long line of Toyota Racing Development drivers.
 
Slated to compete for Rookie of the Year honors in both the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League and the POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget League, Gass will sport a huge schedule in 2019. A fellow graduate of the micro sprint ranks, Gass is a former Tulsa Shootout champion, who hopes his early success will transition to the next level against POWRi's best.
 
The addition of Pursley and Gass push this year's rookie class up to five young guns battling for the award. Previously announced rookie entries include 18-year old Kaylee Bryson of Muskogee, OK with Dave Mac Motorsports, 19-year old Jesse Colwell of Red Bluff, CA with Keith Kunz Motorsports, and 14-year old Jesse Love of Menlo Park, CA with Keith Kunz Motorsports.
 
These five young guns will encounter each other for the first time next week when the sixth annual Turnpike Challenge pits the POWRi National Midgets vs. the POWRi West Midgets. A four-race slate running from Thursday, March 21 through Saturday, March 24, racers will travel up and down the Oklahoma turnpike with trips to Creek County Speedway, I-44 Riverside Speedway and Port City Raceway on tap.
 
You can watch this year's exciting Rookie of the Year class battle each other night-in and night-out courtesy of a LIVE pay-per-view broadcast on www.speedshifttv.com. For more information such as breaking news, race recaps, full results, and live updates, you can follow POWRi on Twitter at @POWRi_Racing, like "POWRi" on Facebook, and visit www.POWRi.com online.

POWRi BCRA Lucas Oil Midget Series Kicks 2019 Season Off Saturday Night at The Dirt Track at Kern County

(PETERSEN MEDIA- Sacramento, CA )- A busy offseason for the Bay Cities Racing Association has seen the storied organization join forces with Performance Open Wheel Racing Inc. (POWRi) to create the POWRi BCRA Lucas Oil Midget Series. For the first time ever a POWRi sanctioned race will take place in California Saturday night at The Dirt Track and Kern County in Bakersfield, CA. 

 
Saturday night kicks off a fresh season of Midget action for the POWRi BCRA Lucas Oil Midget Series as it marks the first of 21 races all over the state of California offering up a nice mix of dirt and pavement facilities. 

 
This weekend's marquee event will take place on the upstart Dirt Track at Kern County, located at Kern County Raceway Park in Bakersfield, CA just off the backstretch of the state of the art pavement facility. 

 
Building off of the 2018 season that saw young Jesse Love win the overall championship, Chad Nichols win the pavement title, and Maria Cofer win the dirt title, a new crop of drivers is expected to be on hand to set their sights at the first ever POWRi BCRA Lucas Oil Midget Series Championship. 

 
Saturday night, cars are expected to be on the track for hot laps at 6pm, with time trials slated for 630pm, and racing action expected to go green at 745pm. 
For more information please click over to https://www.kernraceway.com/dirt-track/
 ON TAP: The 2019 POWRi BCRA Lucas Oil Midget Series gets underway on Saturday night at The Dirt Track at Kern County. 

 
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STAY CONNECTED: Keep up with the POWRi BCRA Lucas Oil Midget Series by clicking over to www.bcraracing.com

 
CIVIL WAR SERIES PRESENTED BY FLOWMASTER- Founded in 1939, the Bay Cities Racing Association has a rich and flavorful history of midget racing in the "Golden State" of California. For eight decades, the BCRA has been giving drivers a proving ground and giving fans the thrilling races they crave, be it on the dirt tracks or on the pavement surfaces. In 2019, the series joined forces with POWRi to create the POWRi-BCRA Lucas Oil Midget Series.  

 

MAVTV MADERA POWRi BCRA MIDGETS TAKE CENTER STAGE SATURDAY NIGHT

MADERA, CALIFORNIA (March 11, 2019) - The fifth year of MAVTV coverage of the Madera Speedway has seen an expansion to 24 episodes, with the new Madera POWRi BCRA Midgets taking center stage for this Saturday's TV slate.  The newly formed series is a combined effort between the nation's fastest growing short track, the nation's fastest growing open wheel sanctioning body, and the oldest sanctioning body in Midget racing history.  They will combine for five races beginning with Saturday's jaunt, all televised.
 
Their co-headliner this Saturday was slated to be the new California Challenge Cup for steel bodied cars from Grand National-style racing.  A wet winter and the development of new teams has put this series on hold until May 4th, when they will come out in force for a six race schedule.  Many young drivers from Madera's Jr. and Pro Late Model Series are combining forces with existing teams and equipment, for a lower-cost approach to gaining heavy car experience.
 
Midgets have been a mainstay at the Madera Speedway one-third mile asphalt oval.  For many years, the track was known nationally as an open wheel playground.  Midget racing is poised for a serious pavement comeback and putting the POWRi BCRA Midgets front and center on Saturday will start the effort.
 
"We are very eager to start this new partnership with our Midgets and get them onto MAVTV," promoter Kenny Shepherd said.  "Race fans across the country have been looking for more pavement open wheels and I think this series is a great way to provide it."
 
Madera's brightest star is Jesse Love, 14 of Menlo Park.  The two-time Jr. Late Model champion also won the BCRA championship last year to be the sanctioning body's youngest ever title holder.  Love has a full slate of national POWRi races with Keith Kunz this year, but will return to Madera on Saturday night to race in the new pavement TV Midget series.  He will be joined by a host of veterans from central California along with local favorites such as third-generation racer Cody Gerhardt and Los Banos High School graduate Cody Jessop.  Chad Nichols of San Carlos won the pavement championship for BCRA last season and is always a contender at Madera.
 
Joining the Midgets on Saturday's busy card will be the season openers for the Madera local Late Model championship, Madera Hobby Stocks, Modified Super Toyotas, Toyota Sedans, and a Jr. Late Model exhibition race.  The USAC Western US Midgets for Ford Focus-powered cars are also scheduled to compete.
 
The Madera Late Model division serves as the non-televised feeder series for the Pro Late Model division and routinely attracts car counts in the upper teens.  Their 2018 champion is Jason Aguirre while the Hobby Stock defending champion is Steve Schermerhorn.
 
Action gets started on Friday evening with practice from 5 p.m. - 8 p.m.  Saturday's program begins with pit gates opening at noon.  Practices run from 1:30 - 3:00 p.m. with qualifying and heat races to follow.  Opening Ceremonies will be at 6 p.m. with main events to follow.
 
Tickets for this great night of racing are just $15 for adults, $13 for seniors, $7 for youth ages 6-12, and kids five and under are free!
 
For more information about Madera Racing on MAVTV please visit www.racemadera.com orwww.mavtv.com. For more information on Nut Up Industries please visitwww.nutupindustries.com and for more information about 51FIFTY Energy Drink visitwww.51fiftyenergydrink.com
 
Madera Speedway is presented by major partners Nut Up Industries, 51FIFTY Energy Drink, iPull-uPull, and Color Fast Industries.  Contingency sponsors include Five Star Bodies, Maita Motorsports, McCallister Precision Marketing, H&S Body Works, Hoosier Tires, and StopTech Brakes.
 
Madera Racing on MAVTV airs Thursdays every week.  The show airs at 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. PST and is also available on the Lucas Oil Racing TV app.  2018 episodes will continue airing until the late spring, when 2019 episodes will hit the airwaves.

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MUST SEE XTREME SPRINT CAR SERIES

SPEED SPORT & Must See Racing Renew Television Partnership

HOLLY, Mich. — Officials from Must See Racing and SPEED SPORT have confirmed that the two brands will renew their partnership for a third season, with five one-hour shows set for broadcast on MAVTV.

Headlining the tape-delay television rostrum will be a two-hour telecast of the Must See Racing-sanctioned 71st running of the Pay Less Little 500 presented by UAW on May 25 at Indiana’s Anderson Speedway.

Last year’s Little 500 was won by Kody Swanson, who took the checkered flag for the second time in three years, while car owner Gene Nolen earned his first victory in the crown-jewel sprint car event.

Swanson is expected to return to defend his crown with Nolen, with a host of stars from the United States and Canada set to challenge him, including former event winners Jeff Bloom and Brian Tyler.

The first race to be taped will be the May 4 Must See Racing 50 at the Anderson quarter-mile, which will host the season-opening event for the first time in series history.

Other MSR events to be shown on MAVTV include the second annual David D. Mateer Tribute presented by American Racer from Pennsylvania’s Jennerstown Speedway on Sept. 14, as well as one of the annual Must See Racing appearances at Michigan’s Berlin Raceway, one of the series’ longest-running facilities.

“The decision to continue our partnership with SPEED SPORT was an easy one in our book,” said Must See Racing President Jim Hanks. “Their professionalism in capturing the wheel-to-wheel action, excitement and record-setting speed of the Must See sprint cars for their television programming is unmatched, and their ability to tell the stories of our drivers and teams, both on and off the track, delivers outstanding entertainment for our race fans.

“It also provides great value for our supporters at Engine Pro, the Engine Pro product partners, and 1-800 Radiator & AC, as well as continues to bolster our series’ brand of grassroots racing.”

The award-winning SPEED SPORT program will be hosted by SPEED SPORT president and veteran broadcaster Ralph Sheheen, with Derek Pernesiglio alongside for analysis, as the duo offers in-depth coverage of Must See Racing events to a prime-time national television audience.

“We are excited to once again bring the thrilling high speed action of the Must See Racing Series to race fans across the country on our award-winning SPEED SPORT series,” said SPEED SPORT President Ralph Sheheen. “This will be our third season of producing the national television coverage of the Must See Racing Series, and this year’s package is one of the most highly anticipated. From kicking off the year on the high banked quarter-mile at Anderson to traditional shows at Berlin and Jennerstown, the fastest sprint cars on the planet provide tremendous excitement for race fans both in the stands and watching on SPEED SPORT on MAVTV.

“Of course, the highlight of the year will be the 71st running of the Little 500, and it will be a real joy to call one of America’s great sprint car races once again this season.”

United States Auto Club broadcast personality Georgia Henneberry will serve as the pit reporter for the May 4 event at Anderson (Ind.) Speedway, while longtime Knoxville Raceway track announcer and SPEED SPORT contributor Tony Bokhoven will patrol pit road during the 71st Pay Less Little 500.

Log on to mustseeracing.com and speedsport.com for event air dates and additional series news.

A live pay-for-view option for the 71st annual Pay Less Little 500 presented by UAW from Indiana’s Anderson Speedway on May 25 will also be available through SpeedShiftTV.com.


 

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NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP RACING ASSOCIATION

NCRA Sprint Opener Now $14,000 to-Win!

 

Park City, Kansas – March 7, 2019 - The largest paying to-win event in the series 59-year history just got a bit bigger as the ninth annual “Park City Cup/Air Capital Shootout” National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas 360-ci sprint car season opener will now pay $14,000 to win. This huge event at 81 Speedway in Park City will take place on Thursday-Saturday night, April 4-6.

The Kansas-based United Rebel Sprint Series 305-ci sprinters will be on Friday night (April 5) race card and will pay $800 to-win.

During the speedways weekly Thursday evening call-in show, ‘roud the Track,’ local area business Wichita Burner posted on the radio show they wanted to add $1000 to Saturday night’s championship feature check. A representative for Wichita Burner called the speedway office to finalize the agreement.

Blake Hahn of Sapulpa, Oklahoma won last years event and has already pre-entered for this year’s version.

More information on the annual running of the “PCC/ACS” can be found by accessing the series website www.racencra.com or keeping tabs on the series official facebook page: NCRA Racing Series. Questions and inquiries can be answered by calling (316) 755-1781.

The NCRA would like to thank the following for their involvement with the series in 2019: Hoosier Racing Tires, Sunoco Race Fuels, Park City Chamber of Commerce, Precise Racing Products, Wichita Burner, Saldana Racing Products, Ultra-Shield Racing Products, Competition Suspension Inc. (C.S.I.).

 

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2019 Badger Midget Auto Racing Association Schedule
Saturday April 20     Beaver Dam Raceway (Beaver Dam, WI)
Saturday April 27     Maquoketa Speedway (Maquoketa, IA)
Saturday May 18     Sycamore Speedway (Sycamore, IL)
Sunday May 19       Angell Park Speedway (Sun Prairie, WI)
Saturday June 1      Sycamore Speedway
Sunday June 2        Angell Park Speedway
Friday June 7          Luxemburg Speedway (Luxemburg, WI)
Saturday June 8      Plymouth Dirt Track (Plymouth, WI)
Sunday June 9        Angell Park Speedway
Saturday June 22    Sycamore Speedway
Sunday June 23      Angell Park Speedway
Saturday July 6       Wilmot Raceway (Wilmot, WI)
Sunday July 7         Angell Park Speedway
Saturday July 20     Sycamore Speedway
Sunday July 21       Angell Park Speedway
Saturday July 27     Beaver Dam Raceway
Sunday July 28       Angell Park Speedway
Saturday Aug. 3      Sycamore Speedway
Sunday Aug. 4        TBA
Sunday Aug. 11      Angell Park Speedway
Saturday Aug. 17    Sycamore Speedway
Sunday Aug. 18      Angell Park Speedway
Saturday Aug. 31    Sycamore Speedway
Sunday Sept. 1       Angell Park Speedway
Saturday Sept. 14   Beaver Dam Raceway
Saturday Sept
. 21   141 Speedway (Maribel, WI)  

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2019 POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League

 
Thur, March 21    Creek County Speedway 
Fri, March 22        I-44 Speedway 
Sat, March 23      I-44 Speedway 
Sun, March 24     Port City Raceway 
Fri, April 5             Humboldt Speedway 
Sat April 6            Humboldt Speedway 
Fri, April 26           Belle-Clair Speedway 
Sat, April 27         I-55 Raceway 
Sun, April 28        Jacksonville Speedway 
Fri, May 3*           Valley Speedway 
Sat, May 4*         Lucas Oil Speedway 
Fri, May 10          Belle-Clair Speedway
Sat, May 11         Macon Speedway 
Fri, May 24*         Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex 
Sat, May 25*        Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex 
Sun, May 26*       Lake Ozarks Speedway 
Wed, June 12      Belle-Clair Speedway
Thur, June 13       Fayette County Speedway 
Fri, June 14         Jacksonville Speedway 
Sat, June 15        Macon Speedway                                                                         
Sun, June 16       Lincoln Speedway                                                                               
Sun, June 30       Lincoln Speedway                                                                                
Sat, July 6            Fairbury Speedway
Sun, July 7           Angell Park Speedway 
Fri, July 12*          Valley Speedway 
Sat, July 13*        Valley Speedway 
Sun, July 14*        Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex
Fri, Aug 2*            I-55 Raceway 
Sat, Aug 3*          I-55 Raceway 
Thur, Aug 15        Fairbury Speedway 
Fri, Aug 16           Lincoln Speedway                                                                            
Sat, Aug 17         Macon Speedway 
Sat, Aug 31*        Lake Ozarks Speedway 
Sun, Sept 1*         Lake Ozarks Speedway
Fri, Sept 6            Jacksonville Speedway 
Sat, Sept 7           Spoon River Speedway
Fri, Sept 20           Belle-Clair Speedway 
Sat Sept 21          Macon Speedway
Fri, Oct 11            Belle-Clair Speedway 
Sat, Oct 12          Southern Illinois Raceway 
Fri, Oct 25*          Creek County Speedway 
Sat, Oct 26*         Creek County Speedway 
Fri, Nov 29           Vado Speedway Park
Sat, Nov 30         Vado Speedway Park

 

POWRi Speedway Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro Schedule;

 
Thur, March 21   Creek County Speedway
Fri, March 22       I-44 Speedway
Sat, March 23     I-44 Speedway
Sun, March 24     Port City Raceway
Fri, April 26           Belle-Clair Speedway
Fri, May 10           Belle-Clair Speedway
Sat, May 11         Macon Speedway
Fri, May 17           Belle-Clair Speedway
Sat, May 18         Southern Illinois Raceway
Fri, May 24           Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex
Sat, May 25         Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex
Wed, June 12      Belle-Clair Speedway
Thur, June 13       Fayette County Speedway
Fri, June 14          Jacksonville Speedway
Sat, June 15        Macon Speedway
Sun, June 16       Lincoln Speedway
Fri, July 12           Valley Speedway
Sat, July 13         Valley Speedway
Sun, July 14         Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex
Sat, Aug 17         Macon Speedway
Fri, Sept 6            Jacksonville Speedway
Fri, Sept 13          Belle-Clair Speedway
Sat, Sept 14        Macon Speedway
Fri, Oct 11           Belle-Clair Speedway
Sat, Oct 12         Southern Illinois Raceway
Fri, Oct 25           Creek County Speedway
Sat, Oct 26         Creek County Speedway
 

2019 Must See Racing Sprint Car Series Schedule

Date – Venue – Location

March 29 – Ace Speedway – Altamahaw, N.C.
March 30 – Ace Speedway – Altamahaw, N.C.
May 4 – Anderson Speedway – Anderson, Ind.
May 11 – TBA – TBA
May 25 – Anderson Speedway – Anderson, Ind. **
June 1 – Berlin Raceway – Marne, Mich.
June 15 – TBA – TBA
July 5 – Birch Run Speedway – Birch Run, Mich.
July 26 – Hillside Buffalo Speedway – Holland, N.Y.
July 27 – Hillside Buffalo Speedway – Holland, N.Y.
Aug. 17 – Berlin Raceway – Marne, Mich.
Aug. 31 – TBA – TBA
Sept. 14 – Jennerstown Speedway – Jennerstown, Pa.
Sept. 28-29 – Rockford Speedway – Loves Park, Ill.

** – 71st Pay Less Little 500, non-points event

 

 

 

2019 NCRA Late Model Schedule

 

April 20     81 Speedway     Park City, Kansas

April 27     Kansas State Fairgrounds     Hutchinson, Kansas

May 4       81 Speedway      Park City, Kansas

May 25     Thunder Hill Raceway     Mayetta, Kansas

June 7       81 Speedway     Park City, Kansas

June 22     Thunder Hill Raceway     Mayetta, Kansas

July 3         81 Speedway     Park City, Kansas

July 4         Belleville High Banks     Belleville, Kansas

July 20      Thunder Hill Raceway     Mayetta, Kansas

July 26      Kansas State Fairgrounds     Hutchinson, Kansas

July 27     Kansas State Fairgrounds     Hutchinson, Kansas

Sept 1      81 Speedway     Park City, Kansas

Oct 5       Thunder Hill Raceway     Mayetta, Kansas

2019 NCRA Modified Schedule

 

April 20     81 Speedway     Park City, Kansas

April 27     Kansas State Fairgrounds      Hutchinson, Kansas

May 25     81 Speedway     Park City, Kansas

June 7       81 Speedway     Park City, Kansas

June 22     Caney Valley Speedway     Caney, Kansas

July 3         81 Speedway     Park City, Kansas

July 13       81 Speedway     Park City, Kansas

July 26      Kansas State Fairgrounds     Hutchinson, Kansas

July 27      Kansas State Fairgrounds     Hutchinson, Kansas

Sept 1       81 Speedway     Park City, Kansas

Oct 5         Thunder Hill Speedway     Mayetta, Kansas  

 

2019 NCRA Sprint Car Schedule

 

April 5     81 Speedway     Park City, Kansas

April 6     81 Speedway     Park City, Kansas

April 19   Humboldt Speedway     Humboldt, Kansas

April 27   Kansas State Fairgrounds     Hutchinson, Kansas

May 25    81 Speedway     Park City, Kansas

May 26    81 Speedway     Park City, Kansas

June 7      81 Speedway     Park City, Kansas

July 3       81 Speedway     Park City, Kansas    

July 12     Creek County Speedway     Kellyville, Oklahoma

July 13     81 Speedway     Park City, Kansas

July 26     Kansas State Fairgrounds     Hutchinson, Kansas 

July 27     Kansas State Fairgrounds     Hutchinson, Kansas

Sept 1     81 Speedway     Park City, Kansas

Oct 5       Thunder Hill Raceway     Park City, Kansas

 

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