welcome race fans TO krazyaboutracing.com  we are now in our 20th year of covering motor sports on the "world wide web"

 

click the series logo above for the latest news and race coverage   or the department below we update the site on a daily basis ..

(home)   (LOCAL TRACK racing) (previous racing) (site news) (driver & team press releases)   (LOCAL TRACK NEWS)  (previous  news) (MEET the staff(newsletter)  (web site info (HALL OF FAME)  (upcoming events)  (RACING INSIDER)   (track pass(the old'n days)   (multimedia)  (ONE ON ONE interviews)   (ANNUAL AWARDS)  (peeled eye)  (contact us)   

 

 

BADGER MIDGET SERIES  INLAND WINGED SPRINTS  oil capital racing series  POWRI RACING SERIES 

 MUST SEE XTREME SPRINT CAR SERIES powri sowthwest racing series


  POWRI RACING SERIES 

www.powri.com 


Kory Schudy Crowned King of Kansas City at Valley Speedway with POWRi WAR

Belleville, IL. (8/13/22) Kory Schudy would use low-line precision through late-race dramatics to earn the throne as King of Kansas City with the Lucas Oil POWRi Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League at Valley Speedway to notch his ninth career league feature victory in thrilling fashion

 
Early on track accomplishments would witness Kory Schudy clock fast-time in hot laps with a 13.793-second-lap as Anthony Nicholson and Cody Baker would each earn a heat racing victory.
 
Soaring into the initial start would see the high-point qualifier and pole-sitting Cody Baker combat front-row companion Jack Wagner into the first pair of corners with Wagner gaining the early race lead in the first few laps as Baker, Kory Schudy, Wesley Smith, and Anthony Nicholson all battled in close contention for the front.
 
Slicing and dicing through the field with multiple lines of racing would witness Wagner leading until the mid-race point when Kory Schudy would use inside momentum to grab first as Jack would spin trying to retake the lead in turn one.
 
Holding the pack of hungry WAR drivers at bay, Kory Schudy would be the driver to beat as a late-developing high-line would nearly alter the outcome with Wesley Smith and Cody Baker each going to the top in hopes of finding speed.
 
“When your leading like that it’s almost like you are a sitting duck up-front, I didn’t know that the top would come in as it did. I didn’t hear Wesley up there until it was almost too late, I knew it was close, feels good to win fun races like that.” stated the newly crowned King of Kansas City Kory Schudy in the Valley Speedway victory lane.
 
Finding the fastest running line, Kory Schudy would hold the front of the field to notch his league-leading third win this season within POWRi WAR as Wesley Smith would wheel his way to very close runner-up placement by a .02-second margin with Xavier Doney placing in the final podium position.
 
Maintaining a solid showing all night pole-sitter Cody Baker would hold steady to finish fourth as Anthony Nicholson rounded out the top-five finishers for the Lucas Oil POWRi Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League feature event for King of Kansas City at Valley Speedway.
 
POWRi WAR Sprint League | Valley Speedway | 8/13/22:
Hoosier Racing Tire Top Time: 28-Kory Schudy (13.793)
Advanced Racing Suspension Heat Race 1 Winner: 16-Anthony Nicholson
Auto Meter Heat Race 2 Winner: 38-Cody Baker
MVT Services High Point Qualifier: 38-Cody Baker
Toyota Racing Development Hard Charger: 1JR-Steven Russell (+8)
Lucas Oil Feature Winner: 28-Kory Schudy
 
Lucas Oil A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 28-Kory Schudy[5]; 2. 12-Wesley Smith[4]; 3. 74-Xavier Doney[10]; 4. 38-Cody Baker[1]; 5. 16-Anthony Nicholson[3]; 6. 77-Jack Wagner[2]; 7. 2-Luke Howard[7]; 8. 1JR-Steven Russell[16]; 9. 73-Samuel Wagner[9]; 10. 33-Bryson Smith[15]; 11. 88-Chad Tye[6]; 12. 41-Brad Wyatt[8]; 13. 45-Jesse Bebee[14]; 14. 88G-Garrett Hulsey[12]; 15. 52-Dean Bowers[13]; 16. B52-Blake Bowers[11]; 17. 26-Zach Clark[17].
 
Advanced Racing Suspension Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 16-Anthony Nicholson[3]; 2. 28-Kory Schudy[4]; 3. 2-Luke Howard[1]; 4. 12-Wesley Smith[9]; 5. 73-Samuel Wagner[6]; 6. 74-Xavier Doney[8]; 7. 52-Dean Bowers[5]; 8. 1JR-Steven Russell[7]; 9. (DNS) 26-Zach Clark.
 
Auto Meter Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 38-Cody Baker[6]; 2. 77-Jack Wagner[7]; 3. 88-Chad Tye[5]; 4. 41-Brad Wyatt[4]; 5. B52-Blake Bowers[1]; 6. 88G-Garrett Hulsey[3]; 7. 33-Bryson Smith[2]; 8. 45-Jesse Bebee[8].
 
Next, for the Lucas Oil POWRi Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League will be Central Missouri Speedway in Warrensburg, Missouri on Saturday, August 27th.  

 
Follow along for more information such as race recaps, updates, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing, or on Facebook at POWRi.

 


Michael Pickens Perfects I-55 Finale with Xtreme/POWRi National Midget League 

Belleville, IL. (8/6/22) Michael Pickens would use a high-side hustle on the final corner to capture victory Saturday night at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55, in support of the Ironman 55 with the Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget Leagues running in conjunction with the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series presented by Toyota, wrapping up the weekend in thrilling fashion to claim his eleventh career POWRi National Midget feature win.
 
Early Pevely competition with thirty-two Xtreme/POWRi National Midgets entered would see Michael Pickens start the fastest for a second-straight night with a 12.770-second lap and notch the quickest group qualifying time as Brenham Crouch, Karter Sarff, Cade Lewis, and Chase McDermand each earning heat racing victories as Bryant Wiedeman would earn the semi-feature honors.

 
Setting the field of stout competitors would find high point qualifier Chase McDermand draw an inversion of zero to set the feature lineup with McDermand and Michael Pickens on the front row as Pickens would use high-side momentum to take the early racing lead with McDermand, Jacob Denney, Kyle Jones, and Brenham Crouch inside the top-five running order.  
 
Battling to take the top spot on lap five, Chase McDermand would mount a charge to the front of the field by using an inside shot to lead the pack of competitors. Stretching out a commanding lead, McDermand would appear to cruise around the mid-way point with teammate Denney holding Michael Pickens and Kyle Jones at bay.
 
Bunching the field back together with a lap eighteen caution, Jacob Denney would use the restart to perfection by grabbing the lead on a low-line maneuver with Pickens and Jones following closely behind with McDermand slightly slipping.
 
Late-race dramatics would appear restarting with three laps remaining with Jacob Denney setting the pace. Michael Pickens would cling to a fast high-side to propel to the point of the pack off the final pair of corners to earn his first win of 2022.
 
“We made a ton of ground on this super tricky track late, a massive thanks to Dave Mac Dalby this weekend for this awesome car as we got it done tonight. I’ve heard so many cool stories about this place and it makes it even cooler, sitting on that fifteen-hour flight is going to be a lot easier now” stated Michael Pickens in the Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 in Pevely Winner’s Circle on Night Two.
 
Leading late, Jacob Denney would maintain a solid showing to finish runner-up as Zach Daum flew through the field late to complete the features podium placements. Karter Sarff would finish the night fourth as Bryant Wiedeman hard-charged his way to round out the Lucas Oil POWRi National & West Midget Leagues, running in conjunction with Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series presented by Toyota, top-five finishers at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 in Pevely Missouri on Saturday Night.
 
POWRi National Midget League/Xtreme | I-55 Raceway | 8/6/22:
Hoosier Racing Tire Fast Group Qualifying Time: 08$-Michael Pickens (12.770)
Advanced Racing Suspensions Heat Race 1 Winner: 97-Brenham Crouch
Auto Meter Heat Race 2 Winner: 21K-Karter Sarff
Schure Built Suspension Heat Race 3 Winner: 71M-Cade Lewis
AFCO Racing Heat Race 4 Winner: 40-Chase McDermand
MPI Semi-Feature Winner: 01-Bryant Wiedeman
MVT Services High Point Qualifier: 40-Chase McDermand
Toyota Racing Development Hard Charger: 01-Bryant Wiedeman
Lucas Oil Feature Winner: 08$-Michael Pickens
 
Feature (30 Laps): 1. 08$-Michael Pickens[2]; 2. 61-Jacob Denney[3]; 3. 9M-Zach Daum[11]; 4. 21K-Karter Sarff[8]; 5. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[17]; 6. 40-Chase McDermand[1]; 7. 26-Chance Crum[5]; 8. 97-Brenham Crouch[6]; 9. 25K-Taylor Reimer[12]; 10. 84X-Jesse Love[9]; 11. 71M-Cade Lewis[7]; 12. 7U-Kyle Jones[4]; 13. 51B-Joe B Miller[14]; 14. 84-Jade Avedisian[15]; 15. 06-Rylan Gray[13]; 16. 97K-Ben Rhodes[20]; 17. 71K-Dominic Gorden[18]; 18. 44-Branigan Roark[22]; 19. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[16]; 20. 21E-Emilio Hoover[21]; 21. 7-Shannon McQueen[19]; 22. 97A-Mitchell Davis[10].
 
Last Chance Showdown (10 Laps): 1. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[3]; 2. 71K-Dominic Gorden[4]; 3. 7-Shannon McQueen[7]; 4. 97K-Ben Rhodes[6]; 5. 77W-Joe Wirth[5]; 6. 7D-Michelle Decker[14]; 7. 17B-Austin Barnhill[9]; 8. 21E-Emilio Hoover[11]; 9. 44-Branigan Roark[12]; 10. 50-Daniel Adler[15]; 11. 71E-Mariah Ede[8]; 12. 72J-Sam Johnson[2]; 13. 17-Kevin Thomas Jr[16]; 14. (DNS) 85-Jerry Coons Jr; 15. (DNS) 17C-Devin Camfield; 16. (DQ) 5-Gavin Miller[1].
 
Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 97-Brenham Crouch[2]; 2. 61-Jacob Denney[4]; 3. 06-Rylan Gray[1]; 4. 25K-Taylor Reimer[3]; 5. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[5]; 6. 77W-Joe Wirth[6]; 7. 21E-Emilio Hoover[8]; 8. 7D-Michelle Decker[7].
 
Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 21K-Karter Sarff[1]; 2. 7U-Kyle Jones[4]; 3. 97A-Mitchell Davis[2]; 4. 5-Gavin Miller[5]; 5. 51B-Joe B Miller[3]; 6. 17B-Austin Barnhill[6]; 7. 44-Branigan Roark[7]; 8. (DNS) 17-Kevin Thomas Jr.
 
Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 71M-Cade Lewis[1]; 2. 08$-Michael Pickens[4]; 3. 84X-Jesse Love[3]; 4. 84-Jade Avedisian[5]; 5. 71K-Dominic Gorden[7]; 6. 71E-Mariah Ede[6]; 7. 17C-Devin Camfield[8]; 8. 85-Jerry Coons Jr[2].
 
Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 40-Chase McDermand[3]; 2. 26-Chance Crum[4]; 3. 9M-Zach Daum[5]; 4. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[7]; 5. 72J-Sam Johnson[2]; 6. 7-Shannon McQueen[6]; 7. 97K-Ben Rhodes[1]; 8. 50-Daniel Adler[8].
 
Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 61-Jacob Denney, 00:12.876[2]; 2. 25K-Taylor Reimer, 00:12.975[6]; 3. 97-Brenham Crouch, 00:13.106[8]; 4. 06-Rylan Gray, 00:13.158[1]; 5. 01-Bryant Wiedeman, 00:13.288[7]; 6. 77W-Joe Wirth, 00:13.304[5]; 7. 7D-Michelle Decker, 00:13.433[3]; 8. 21E-Emilio Hoover, 00:13.576[4].
 
Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 7U-Kyle Jones, 00:12.968[3]; 2. 51B-Joe B Miller, 00:13.137[6]; 3. 97A-Mitchell Davis, 00:13.169[7]; 4. 21K-Karter Sarff, 00:13.223[2]; 5. 5-Gavin Miller, 00:13.421[1]; 6. 17B-Austin Barnhill, 00:13.862[8]; 7. 44-Branigan Roark, 00:13.940[4]; 8. (DNS) 17-Kevin Thomas Jr.
 
Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 08$-Michael Pickens, 00:12.770[6]; 2. 84X-Jesse Love, 00:12.948[8]; 3. 85-Jerry Coons Jr, 00:13.067[1]; 4. 71M-Cade Lewis, 00:13.098[4]; 5. 84-Jade Avedisian, 00:13.189[3]; 6. 71E-Mariah Ede, 00:13.528[5]; 7. 71K-Dominic Gorden, 00:13.664[2]; 8. 17C-Devin Camfield, 00:13.963[7].
 
Qualifying 4 (3 Laps): 1. 26-Chance Crum, 00:13.140[2]; 2. 40-Chase McDermand, 00:13.235[7]; 3. 72J-Sam Johnson, 00:13.314[4]; 4. 97K-Ben Rhodes, 00:13.325[6]; 5. 9M-Zach Daum, 00:13.334[3]; 6. 7-Shannon McQueen, 00:13.387[8]; 7. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold, 00:13.408[1]; 8. 50-Daniel Adler, 00:13.527[5].
 
Next up the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League will see revisits to the speed factories of Charleston Speedway on Friday, August 19th followed by Macon Speedway on Saturday, August 20th.

 
Can’t make it out to the track and don’t want to miss any of the action in the racing program? Subscribe today to MAVTV on www.FloRacing.com to catch all the action LIVE and ON-DEMAND.
 
Follow along for more information on POWRi and items such as race recaps, updates, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, or on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing and Facebook at POWRi.

 


 

Chance Crum Claims Career First Win in Xtreme/POWRi National Midget League at I-55

 

 

Belleville, IL. (8/5/22) Chance Crum would capture his first career checkers Friday night at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 in support of the Prelude to the Ironman 55 with the Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget Leagues running in conjunction with the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series presented by Toyota.

 
Early Pevely Missouri competition with thirty-four Xtreme/POWRi National Midgets entered would see Michael Pickens start the night off on the right step with a 12.625-second lap and notch the quickest group qualifying time as Kyle Jones, Brenham Crouch, Chase McDermand, and Michael Pickens would each earn heat racing victories with Ethan Mitchell grabbing the semi-feature win.

 
Launching the field of stout competitors on the initial green flag would find high point qualifier Michael Pickens draw an inversion of six to set the feature lineup, with Chance Crum and Kyle Jones on the front row as Crum would use low-line momentum to take the opening lap lead.  
 
Battling to take the top spot on lap five Karter Sarff would appear to be the fastest driver early as Chance Crum, Chase McDermand, Kyle Jones, Brenham Crouch, and Michael Pickens all battled inside the leading pack of competitors.
 
Restarting around the mid-way point, Chance Crum would mount a charge back to the front of the field using a precise low run as Sarff maintained momentum to match the leading Crum as Brenham Crouch and Michael Pickens intently battled for third and fourth positions.
 
Bringing the feature event to a thrilling conclusion would find Chance Crum and Karter Sarff feverishly flying around the technical and tricky track with Chance Crum holding steady at the point of the pack to gain his first career Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League feature victory.
 
“This is a really special one, we’ve been close to grabbing our first national midget win before which makes this one mean even more. I can’t thank this team enough for giving me this opportunity” stated Chance Crum in the Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 in Pevely Winner’s Circle.
 
One-time leader Karter Sarff would maintain a solid showing to finish runner-up as Michael Pickens flew through the field late to complete the features podium placements. Brenham Crouch would finish the night fourth as Zach Daum rounded out the Lucas Oil POWRi National & West Midget Leagues, running in conjunction with Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series presented by Toyota, top-five finishers at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 in Pevely Missouri on Friday Night.
 
POWRi National Midget League/Xtreme | I-55 Raceway | 8/5/22:
Hoosier Racing Tire Fast Qualifying Time: 08$-Michael Pickens – Group 4 (12.625)
Advanced Racing Suspensions Heat Race 1 Winner: 7U-Kyle Jones
Auto Meter Heat Race 2 Winner: 97-Brenham Crouch
Schure Built Suspension Heat Race 3 Winner: 40-Chase McDermand
AFCO Racing Heat Race 4 Winner: 08$-Michael Pickens
MPI Semi-Feature Winner: 19M-Ethan Mitchell
MVT Services High Point Qualifier: 08$-Michael Pickens
Toyota Racing Development Hard Charger: 01-Bryant Wiedeman (+10)
Lucas Oil Feature Winner: 26-Chance Crum
 
Feature (30 Laps): 1. 26-Chance Crum[1]; 2. 21K-Karter Sarff[3]; 3. 08$-Michael Pickens[6]; 4. 97-Brenham Crouch[4]; 5. 9M-Zach Daum[9]; 6. 7U-Kyle Jones[2]; 7. 85-Jerry Coons Jr[16]; 8. 61-Jacob Denney[11]; 9. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[19]; 10. 25K-Taylor Reimer[15]; 11. 72J-Sam Johnson[20]; 12. 51B-Joe B Miller[13]; 13. 71K-Dominic Gorden[21]; 14. 21E-Emilio Hoover[8]; 15. 84-Jade Avedisian[10]; 16. 84X-Jesse Love[14]; 17. 77W-Joe Wirth[7]; 18. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[17]; 19. 40-Chase McDermand[5]; 20. 97A-Mitchell Davis[12]; 21. (DNS) 17-Kevin Thomas Jr.
 
Last Chance Showdown (10 Laps): 1. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[1]; 2. 17-Kevin Thomas Jr[4]; 3. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[2]; 4. 72J-Sam Johnson[3]; 5. 71M-Cade Lewis[6]; 6. 71K-Dominic Gorden[8]; 7. 06-Rylan Gray[11]; 8. 97K-Ben Rhodes[7]; 9. 44-Branigan Roark[5]; 10. 7-Shannon McQueen[9]; 11. 50-Daniel Adler[14]; 12. 71E-Mariah Ede[10]; 13. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[17]; 14. 5-Gavin Miller[15]; 15. 17B-Austin Barnhill[18]; 16. 7D-Michelle Decker[16]; 17. 5H-Scottie Gretzmacher[12]; 18. 17C-Devin Camfield[13].
 
Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 7U-Kyle Jones[1]; 2. 26-Chance Crum[2]; 3. 9M-Zach Daum[3]; 4. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[5]; 5. 25K-Taylor Reimer[4]; 6. 97K-Ben Rhodes[8]; 7. 71E-Mariah Ede[6]; 8. 50-Daniel Adler[7]; 9. 17B-Austin Barnhill[9].
 
Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 97-Brenham Crouch[2]; 2. 21K-Karter Sarff[3]; 3. 97A-Mitchell Davis[1]; 4. 85-Jerry Coons Jr[5]; 5. 84X-Jesse Love[4]; 6. 71M-Cade Lewis[6]; 7. 06-Rylan Gray[8]; 8. 5-Gavin Miller[9]; 9. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[7].
 
Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 40-Chase McDermand[4]; 2. 77W-Joe Wirth[2]; 3. 84-Jade Avedisian[3]; 4. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[1]; 5. 72J-Sam Johnson[5]; 6. 71K-Dominic Gorden[7]; 7. 7-Shannon McQueen[6]; 8. 7D-Michelle Decker[8].
 
Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 08$-Michael Pickens[4]; 2. 21E-Emilio Hoover[2]; 3. 51B-Joe B Miller[1]; 4. 61-Jacob Denney[3]; 5. 17-Kevin Thomas Jr[8]; 6. 44-Branigan Roark[5]; 7. 5H-Scottie Gretzmacher[7]; 8. 17C-Devin Camfield[6].
 
Qualifying 1 (2 Laps): 1. 25K-Taylor Reimer, 00:12.814[3]; 2. 9M-Zach Daum, 00:12.850[7]; 3. 26-Chance Crum, 00:12.944[2]; 4. 7U-Kyle Jones, 00:12.944[5]; 5. 19M-Ethan Mitchell, 00:13.005[8]; 6. 71E-Mariah Ede, 00:13.236[6]; 7. 50-Daniel Adler, 00:13.261[9]; 8. 97K-Ben Rhodes, 00:13.304[4]; 9. 17B-Austin Barnhill, 00:16.728[1].
 
Qualifying 2 (2 Laps): 1. 84X-Jesse Love, 00:12.743[5]; 2. 21K-Karter Sarff, 00:12.774[7]; 3. 97-Brenham Crouch, 00:12.799[3]; 4. 97A-Mitchell Davis, 00:12.928[2]; 5. 85-Jerry Coons Jr, 00:12.957[4]; 6. 71M-Cade Lewis, 00:13.117[8]; 7. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold, 00:13.204[6]; 8. 06-Rylan Gray, 00:13.284[1]; 9. 5-Gavin Miller, 00:13.299[9].
 
Qualifying 3 (2 Laps): 1. 40-Chase McDermand, 00:12.896[8]; 2. 84-Jade Avedisian, 00:12.956[6]; 3. 77W-Joe Wirth, 00:12.969[3]; 4. 01-Bryant Wiedeman, 00:13.072[5]; 5. 72J-Sam Johnson, 00:13.170[2]; 6. 7-Shannon McQueen, 00:13.194[4]; 7. 71K-Dominic Gorden, 00:13.534[7]; 8. 7D-Michelle Decker, 00:13.662[1].
 
Qualifying 4 (2 Laps): 1. 08$-Michael Pickens, 00:12.625[3]; 2. 61-Jacob Denney, 00:12.870[5]; 3. 21E-Emilio Hoover, 00:13.008[2]; 4. 51B-Joe B Miller, 00:13.055[4]; 5. 44-Branigan Roark, 00:13.492[7]; 6. 17C-Devin Camfield, 00:14.102[8]; 7. 5H-Scottie Gretzmacher, 00:14.405[1]; 8. 17-Kevin Thomas Jr, 00:14.405[6].
 
Hot Laps 1: 1. 25K-Taylor Reimer, 00:12.935[3]; 2. 26-Chance Crum, 00:13.065[2]; 3. 19M-Ethan Mitchell, 00:13.207[8]; 4. 50-Daniel Adler, 00:13.231[9]; 5. 7U-Kyle Jones, 00:13.252[5]; 6. 9M-Zach Daum, 00:13.349[7]; 7. 97K-Ben Rhodes, 00:13.386[4]; 8. 71E-Mariah Ede, 00:13.585[6]; 9. 17B-Austin Barnhill, 00:13.712[1].
 
Hot Laps 2: 1. 97-Brenham Crouch, 00:12.883[3]; 2. 84X-Jesse Love, 00:12.901[5]; 3. 21K-Karter Sarff, 00:12.944[7]; 4. 97A-Mitchell Davis, 00:13.091[2]; 5. 85-Jerry Coons Jr, 00:13.097[4]; 6. 06-Rylan Gray, 00:13.196[1]; 7. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold, 00:13.216[6]; 8. 71M-Cade Lewis, 00:13.320[8]; 9. 5-Gavin Miller, 00:13.377[9].
 
Hot Laps 3: 1. 77W-Joe Wirth, 00:12.965[3]; 2. 84-Jade Avedisian, 00:13.041[6]; 3. 40-Chase McDermand, 00:13.114[8]; 4. 72J-Sam Johnson, 00:13.303[2]; 5. 01-Bryant Wiedeman, 00:13.303[5]; 6. 7-Shannon McQueen, 00:13.375[4]; 7. 71K-Dominic Gorden, 00:13.504[7]; 8. 7D-Michelle Decker, 00:13.625[1].
 
Hot Laps 4: 1. 08$-Michael Pickens, 00:12.986[3]; 2. 21E-Emilio Hoover, 00:13.041[2]; 3. 17-Kevin Thomas Jr, 00:13.083[6]; 4. 51B-Joe B Miller, 00:13.226[4]; 5. 61-Jacob Denney, 00:13.253[5]; 6. 44-Branigan Roark, 00:13.611[7]; 7. 17C-Devin Camfield, 00:14.543[8]; 8. 5H-Scottie Gretzmacher, 00:14.623[1].
 
Next up for the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League will be Night Two of Ironman 55 weekend at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 in Pevely Missouri running in conjunction with the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series on Saturday, August 6th.
 
Follow along for more information on POWRi and items such as race recaps, updates, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, or on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing and Facebook at POWRi.

 

Daryn Stark Snags First Victory in POWRi Outlaw Micros at Macon Speedway

Belleville, IL. (7/31/22) Daryn Stark would ride the high-side to perfection at Macon Speedway in the POWRi 600cc Outlaw Micro League presented by Engler Machine & Tool feature event on Saturday Night to claim their first career feature win within league competition.

 
Entering a stout field of twenty-five competitors in the POWRi 600cc Outlaw Micro League presented by Engler Machine and Tool at Macon Speedway would find Brianna Wirth, Brody Strong, and Jeremy Camp each claim early heat racing wins with Camp gaining the night’s high-point qualifier award and pole-grid for the feature race. 

 
Flying onto the track, Daryn Stark would emerge victorious after an action-packed micro feature with one-time leader Jeremy Camp resulting in an outstanding runner-up finishing effort. Camp would lead for half the feature event until six-starting Stark set sail on the high line of Macon. 

 
In contention among the front-runners all evening, Chad Elliott would notch a solid third with Zach Daum, doing triple-driving duty in the event, placed fourth as Hayden Harvey showed speed all night to round out the top-five finishers at Macon Speedway with the POWRi 600cc Outlaw Micro League presented by Engler Machine and Tool feature.

 
Macon Speedway | POWRi 600cc Outlaw Micro League | 7/30/22:
Advanced Racing Suspensions Heat Race 1 Winner: 8W-Brianna Wirth
Driven Midwest Heat Race 2 Winner: 3S-Brody Strong
Schure Built Suspension Heat Race 3 Winner: 23X-Jeremy Camp
MVT Services High Point Qualifier: 23X-Jeremy Camp
Toyota Racing Development Hard Charger: -Josiah Wellwood
Engler Machine & Tool Feature Winner: S-Daryn Stark

 
Lucas Oil A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 55S-Daryn Stark[6]; 2. 23X-Jeremy Camp[1]; 3. 65E-Chad Elliott[3]; 4. 72-Zach Daum[5]; 5. 55H-Hayden Harvey[12]; 6. B8-John Barnard[4]; 7. 8W-Breanna Wirth[7]; 8. 84-Carson Heady[9]; 9. 21-Aarik Andruskevitch[8]; 10. 83-Jeff Beasley[11]; 11. 41-Josiah Wellwood[23]; 12. 92-John Plotner[17]; 13. 44S-Jacob Stewart[15]; 14. 18X-Steve Finn[13]; 15. 00-Joe Taft[10]; 16. 13-Evie Dean[21]; 17. 101-Tobias Midkiff[16]; 18. 18-Aidan Leingang[14]; 19. 14D-Chris DiBart[19]; 20. 7F-Nolan Bartley[18]; 21. 3S-Brody Strong[2]; 22. N1A-Shania Alexander[24]; 23. 1B-Lane Burnett[20]; 24. (DNS) 23-Mike Dibart.

 
Advanced Racing Suspension Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 8W-Breanna Wirth[2]; 2. B8-John Barnard[5]; 3. 72-Zach Daum[7]; 4. 21-Aarik Andruskevitch[9]; 5. 44S-Jacob Stewart[1]; 6. 14D-Chris DiBart[3]; 7. 101-Tobias Midkiff[8]; 8. N1A-Shania Alexander[4]; 9. (DNS) 11-Alex Midkiff.

 
Driven Midwest Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 3S-Brody Strong[4]; 2. 65E-Chad Elliott[6]; 3. 55S-Daryn Stark[7]; 4. 18X-Steve Finn[1]; 5. 18-Aidan Leingang[2]; 6. 1B-Lane Burnett[3]; 7. 92-John Plotner[8]; 8. 41-Josiah Wellwood[5].

 
Schure Built Suspension Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 23X-Jeremy Camp[7]; 2. 00-Joe Taft[2]; 3. 84-Carson Heady[5]; 4. 55H-Hayden Harvey[3]; 5. 83-Jeff Beasley[8]; 6. 7F-Nolan Bartley[4]; 7. 13-Evie Dean[1]; 8. 23-Mike Dibart[6].

 
Next up for the POWRi 600cc Outlaw Micro League presented by Engler Machine and Tool will be Saturday, August 20th at Macon Speedway in support of the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League final seasonal appearance in the Land of Lincoln.

 
Can’t make it out to the track and don’t want to miss any of the action in the racing program? Subscribe today to MAVTV on www.FloRacing.com to catch all the action LIVE and ON-DEMAND.

 
Follow along for more information such as race recaps, updates, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing, or on Facebook at POWRi.

 


 McIntosh Masters Macon Speedway with POWRi National Midget League Win

Belleville, IL. (7/30/22) Cannon McIntosh would sweep the weekend winning Saturday night at Macon Speedway in the Sprint and Midget Nationals, earning his 13th career feature victory with the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League. 

 
Early Macon Speedway competition with twenty-six POWRi National Midgets entered would see Jesse Love start the night off on the right step with a 10.772-second lap and notch the quickest hot-lap time as Michael Pickens, Jade Avedisian, and Cannon McIntosh would each earn heat racing victories with Bryant Wiedeman grabbing the semi-feature win.

 
Launching the field of stout competitors on the initial green flag would find high point qualifier Gavan Boschele line up with Chance Crum on the outside of the front row as Crum would use high side momentum to take the opening lap lead.  

 
Battling to take the top spot on lap 5, Gavan Boschele would appear to be the fastest driver leading until the midway point. Sixth starting, Cannon McIntosh would mount a charge behind Boschele with Crum, Michael Pickens, and Daniel Adler all running inside the top five.

 
Overtaking for the lead, Cannon McIntosh would hold the front of the field for the remaining circuits as one time leading Gavan Boschele would suffer from a hard roll over when trying to race back to the front. 
 
“The track was really tricky tonight. I knew we had to get to the front early and hold on late, but this was a really fun one. I can’t thank my crew enough.” Said a victorious Cannon McIntosh in the Macon Speedway Winners Circle.

 
Surging late, Jade Avedisian would fly through the field to notch runner up as Michael Pickens completed the features podium placements for the second night in a row. Early leader Chance Crum would finish the night fourth as hard charger Bryant Wiedeman rounded out the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League top-five finishers at Macon Speedway on Saturday Night.

 
POWRi National Midget League | Macon Speedway | 7/30/22:
Hoosier Racing Tire Fast Time: 84X-Jesse Love (10.772)
Advanced Racing Suspensions Heat Race 1 Winner: 17-Michael Pickens
Auto Meter Heat Race 2 Winner: 84-Jade Avedisian
Schure Built Suspension Heat Race 3 Winner: 08-Cannon McIntosh
MPI Semi-Feature Winner: 01-Bryant Wiedeman
MVT Services High Point Qualifier: 5-Gavan Boschele
Toyota Racing Development Hard Charger: 01-Bryant Wiedeman
Lucas Oil Feature Winner: 08-Cannon McIntosh

 
A Feature 1 30 Laps | Lucas Oil
1. 08-Cannon McIntosh[6]; 2. 84-Jade Avedisian[8]; 3. 17-Michael Pickens[3]; 4. 26-Chance Crum[2]; 5. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[17]; 6. 97-Brenham Crouch[14]; 7. 21K-Karter Sarff[4]; 8. 84X-Jesse Love[9]; 9. 71K-Dominic Gorden[18]; 10. 25K-Taylor Reimer[20]; 11. 91-Zach Daum[15]; 12. 50-Daniel Adler[11]; 13. 40-Chase McDermand[5]; 14. 3W-Brandon Waelti[7]; 15. 95-Ryan Frantz[13]; 16. 16C-Devin Camfield[12]; 17. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[10]; 18. 17C-Dalton Camfield[16]; 19. 31K-Kyle Beilman[23]; 20. 5-Gavan Boschele[1]; 21. 87-Jace Park[21]; 22. 56-Mitchell Davis[19]; 23. 21-Emilio Hoover[22]

 
B Feature 1 12 Laps | Max Papis Innovations
1. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[1]; 2. 71K-Dominic Gorden[2]; 3. 56-Mitchell Davis[7]; 4. 25K-Taylor Reimer[4]; 5. 87-Jace Park[8]; 6. 21-Emilio Hoover[5]; 7. 31K-Kyle Beilman[9]; 8. 00-John Heitzman[3]; 9. 17B-Austin Barnhill[6]

 
Heat 1 8 Laps | Advanced Racing Suspension
1. 17-Michael Pickens[3]; 2. 21K-Karter Sarff[5]; 3. 26-Chance Crum[8]; 4. 3W-Brandon Waelti[9]; 5. 97-Brenham Crouch[6]; 6. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[4]; 7. 21-Emilio Hoover[2]; 8. 87-Jace Park[1]; 9. 56-Mitchell Davis[7]

 
Heat 2 8 Laps | Auto Meter
1. 84-Jade Avedisian[1]; 2. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[3]; 3. 40-Chase McDermand[7]; 4. 84X-Jesse Love[8]; 5. 91-Zach Daum[6]; 6. 71K-Dominic Gorden[4]; 7. 17C-Dalton Camfield[9]; 8. 17B-Austin Barnhill[5]; 9. 31K-Kyle Beilman[2]

 
Heat 3 8 Laps | Schure Built Suspension
1. 08-Cannon McIntosh[2]; 2. 5-Gavan Boschele[8]; 3. 16C-Devin Camfield[1]; 4. 50-Daniel Adler[6]; 5. 95-Ryan Frantz[7]; 6. 00-John Heitzman[4]; 7. 25K-Taylor Reimer[5]; 8. (DNS) 7T-Adam Taylor

 
Next up for the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League will be the return of Ironman 55 weekend at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 in Pevely Missouri running in conjunction with the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series on August 5-6.

 
Follow along for more information on POWRi and items such as race recaps, updates, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, or on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing and Facebook at POWRi.

 


Cannon McIntosh Cruises to POWRi National Midget League Jacksonville Speedway Win 

Belleville, IL. (7/29/22) Cannon McIntosh would once again run to the front of the field to claim the checkers at Jacksonville Speedway Friday night earning his eleventh career feature victory with the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League.
 
Early Jacksonville Speedway competition with the POWRi National Midgets would see Jade Avedisian start the night off quickest by clocking a 12.214-second lap and notch the quickest hot-lap time as Mitchell Davis, Gavan Boschele, and Cannon McIntosh each would earn heat racing victories.  

 
Launching the field of twenty competitors on the initial green flag would find high point qualifier Mitchell Davis line up with Gavan Boschele on the outside of the front row as Davis would take the opening lap racing lead.  
 
Challenged early and often, Mitchell Davis would battle feverishly and appear to be in winning form with Cannon McIntosh quickly closing from starting third as Gavan Boschele, Michael Pickens, and Brenham Crouch stayed within striking distance.
 
Taking control with nine laps remaining, Cannon McIntosh would not be denied in his sixth feature win of the season with Brenham Crouch gaining in the waning laps. McIntosh would hold steady up front to earn the hard-fought feature win.
 
“We really had to work for this one, the team gave me a good car but something wasn’t right to start the night. We thrashed after hot laps to get everything into shape and my team gave me the best car possible, I had to work for it but this was a lot of fun” said Cannon McIntosh in the Jacksonville Speedway Victory Lane.
 
Fending off all competitors late, Cannon McIntosh would emerge victorious with Brenham Crouch settling into finishing runner-up as Michael Pickens completed the features podium finishers. One-time leader Mitchell Davis would finish the night fourth as Zach Daum rounded out the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League top-five finishers at Jacksonville Speedway on Friday Night.
 
POWRi National Midget League | Jacksonville Speedway | 7/29/22:
Hoosier Racing Tire Top Time: 84-Jade Avedisian (12.214)
Advanced Racing Suspensions Heat Race 1 Winner: 56-Mitchell Davis
Auto Meter Heat Race 2 Winner: 5-Gavan Boschele
Schure Built Suspension Heat Race 3 Winner: 08-Cannon McIntosh
MVT Services High Point Qualifier: 56-Mitchell Davis
Toyota Racing Development Hard Charger: 25K-Taylor Reimer
Lucas Oil Feature Winner: 08-Cannon McIntosh
 
Lucas Oil A Feature 1 (30 Laps): 1. 08-Cannon McIntosh[4]; 2. 97-Brenham Crouch[3]; 3. 17-Michael Pickens[7]; 4. 56-Mitchell Davis[1]; 5. 91-Zach Daum[9]; 6. 25K-Taylor Reimer[16]; 7. 21K-Karter Sarff[8]; 8. 5-Gavan Boschele[2]; 9. 84-Jade Avedisian[5]; 10. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[11]; 11. 21-Emilio Hoover[13]; 12. 40-Chase McDermand[14]; 13. 71K-Dominic Gorden[17]; 14. 87-Jace Park[10]; 15. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[6]; 16. 16C-Devin Camfield[18]; 17. 31-Kyle Beilman[12]; 18. 17C-Dalton Camfield[15]; 19. 7T-Adam Taylor[20]; 20. 17B-Austin Barnhill[19].
 
Advanced Racing Suspension Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 56-Mitchell Davis[4]; 2. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[2]; 3. 87-Jace Park[1]; 4. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[3]; 5. 21-Emilio Hoover[6]; 6. 17C-Dalton Camfield[7]; 7. 17B-Austin Barnhill[5].
 
Auto Meter Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 5-Gavan Boschele[2]; 2. 21K-Karter Sarff[1]; 3. 91-Zach Daum[4]; 4. 84-Jade Avedisian[7]; 5. 25K-Taylor Reimer[3]; 6. 71K-Dominic Gorden[5]; 7. 16C-Devin Camfield[6].
 
Schure Built Suspension Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 08-Cannon McIntosh[1]; 2. 17-Michael Pickens[2]; 3. 97-Brenham Crouch[6]; 4. 31-Kyle Beilman[3]; 5. 40-Chase McDermand[5]; 6. (DNS) 7T-Adam Taylor.
 
Next up for the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League will be the final night of a weekend return to Illinois with a visit to Macon Speedway on Saturday, July 30th with the POWRi 600cc Outlaw Micro League presented by Engler Machine and Tool.
 
Can’t make it out to the track and don’t want to miss any of the action in the racing program? Subscribe today to MAVTV on www.FloRacing.com to catch all the action LIVE and ON-DEMAND.
 
Follow along for more information on POWRi and items such as race recaps, updates, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, or on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing and Facebook at POWRi.

 


 

 

POWRi WAR Readies for 12th Annual Hockett/McMillin Memorial

Belleville, IL. (8/17/2022) Rapidly approaching The Twelfth Annual Jesse Hockett Daniel McMillin Memorial presented by General Tire at Lucas Oil Speedway, in Wheatland Missouri, will see similar formats and guidelines to previous years' events for the Lucas Oil POWRi Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League on September 15-17.

 
Giving fans a chance to see their favorite drivers compete on Thursday, September 15th, and Friday, September 16th ultimately leading up to Championship Night on Saturday, September 17th for Lucas Oil POWRi WAR Sprint League entrants, with the addition of competitors earning seasonal points for each of their weekend feature finishes.

 
Pre-Entry for POWRi WAR competitors at the twelfth annual JHDM Memorial is available online at www.powri.com under the Hockett/McMillin Registration link thru MyRacePass.

 

 
Early entries are $50 (must be postmarked by September 8th). Late entries (postmarked after September 8th) or received at the track are $100. Along with entry and payment, please include a W9 Form, found under “rules” on powri.com. Make checks payable to POWRi.

 
Tickets can be purchased for each night of the 12th Annual Jesse Hockett/Daniel McMillin Memorial at Lucas Oil Speedway online at https://www.stubwire.com/venue/lucasoilspeedway/wheatland/3667/.

 
Details such as Guest Information, Driver Profiles, and the Current Season Schedule for the Diamond of the Dirt Tracks, Lucas Oil Speedway, in Wheatland Missouri can be found online at www.lucasoilspeedway.com.

 
Can’t make it out to the track and don’t want to miss any of the action in the racing program? Subscribe today at MAVTV on www.FLORacing.com to catch all the action LIVE and ON-DEMAND.

 
More updates and information will be released in the upcoming weeks, Follow along for more details such as race recaps, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing, or on Facebook at POWRi.


POWRi 410 Outlaws Highlight Missouri State Fair Speedway Showcase

Belleville, IL. (8/11/22) Branching out to debut on the Show-Me-State’s historic half-mile, the Lucas Oil POWRi 410-Wing Outlaw Sprint League will next headline the Missouri State Fair Races on Sunday, August 21st at the Sedalia Missouri venue.

 
Classes scheduled for competition at Missouri State Fair Speedway for the Second Annual Ron Ditzfeld Memorial include the Lucas Oil POWRi 410 Wing Outlaw Sprint League, B-Modifieds, and Show-Me Vintage Racers.

 
Sunday, August 21 | Missouri State Fair Speedway Details:
Pits Open: 2:00 PM
Driver Registration: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
General Admission: 5:00 PM
Driver's Meeting: 5:30 PM
Engine Heat: 5:45 PM
Hot Laps: 6:00 PM
Racing to Follow.
 
As a bonus to POWRi 410-Wing Outlaw Sprint League competitors currently inside the Top-10 in points will receive a pair of pit passes for FREE for the night of Missouri State Fair action.
 
Payout for the POWRi 410-Wing Outlaw Sprint League on Sunday, August 21st: 1.$5,000, 2. $2,500, 3. $1,250, 4. $1,000, 5. $900, 6. $800, 7. $750, 8. $700, 9. $675, 10. $650, 11. $625, 12. $600, 13. $575, 14. $550, 15. $525, 16-20:$500. All Non-Qualifiers: $100.
 
More information on the Missouri State Fair Speedway including fair times and prices can be found on Social Media Platforms or at www.mostatefair.com.
 
Follow along for more information on POWRi and items such as race recaps, updates, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing, and on Facebook at POWRi. 

 


POWRi National Midget League Prepares for Macon Speedway’s Camfield Memorial  

Belleville, IL. (8/11/22) Hosting the annual Camfield Memorial presented by Chevy Hall of Fame, Macon Speedway will continue the traditions of honoring an iconic Illinois racing family while welcoming of the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League for the final time of the season on Saturday, August 20th.
 
Saturday, August 20th, Macon Speedway prepares for the Camfield Memorial presented by Chevy Hall of Fame and Museum; including the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League, and the POWRi 600cc Outlaw Micro League presented by Engler Machine and Tool, as well as Modifieds, Pro-Mods, and Hornets.
 
Saturday, August 20 | Macon Speedway Details:
Pits Open: 2:00 PM
Driver Registration: 3:00 PM - 5:30 PM
General Admission: 5:00 PM
Driver's Meeting: 5:45 PM
Hot Laps 6:00 PM
Racing to Follow.
 
For more information on such as points, driver profiles, and track data visit www.maconracing.com or on social media platforms.

 
Can’t make it out to the track and don’t want to miss any of the action in the racing program? Subscribe today to MAVTV on www.FloRacing.com to catch all the action LIVE and ON-DEMAND.

 
Follow along for more information on POWRi and items such as race recaps, updates, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, or on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing and Facebook at POWRi.

 


Charleston Speedway Action Approaches for POWRi National Midget League 

Belleville, IL. (8/11/22) Loading up for the Land of Lincoln for the final time of the 2022 racing season, the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League will next see a revisit to the speed factory of Charleston Speedway on Friday, August 19th.

 
Friday, August 19th, Charleston Speedway will host adrenaline rushes of the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League, as well as Modifieds, Pro-Modifieds, and Hornet divisions for a great night of prairie state pursuits.

 
Friday, August 19 | Charleston Speedway Details:
Pits Open: 12:00 PM
Driver Registration: 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
General Admission: 5:00 PM
Driver's Meeting: 6:00 PM
Hot Laps 6:30 PM
Racing to Follow.
 
Details and further information on Jacksonville Speedway can be found online at www.charlestonspeedway.myracepass.com for a complete track schedule or follow along on major social media outlets.

 
Can’t make it out to the track and don’t want to miss any of the action in the racing program? Subscribe today to MAVTV on www.FloRacing.com to catch all the action LIVE and ON-DEMAND.

 
Follow along for more information on POWRi and items such as race recaps, updates, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, or on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing and Facebook at POWRi.

 


POWRi WAR Slated for Valley Speedway’s King of Kansas City 

Belleville, IL. (8/8/22) Crowning royalty in the open-wheel wingless world of the Lucas Oil POWRi Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League will next see competitors in the annual and honorary quest of the returning King of Kansas City on Saturday, August 13th at Valley Speedway in Grain Valley, Missouri.

 
Classes scheduled for competition at Valley Speedway on Saturday, August 13th for the King of Kansas City include the Lucas Oil POWRi Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League, Midwest Mods, Pure Stock, Mod-Lites, B-Mods, and Dirt Demons.

 
Saturday, August 13 | King of Kansas City | Valley Speedway Details:
Pits Open: 4:00 PM
General Admission: 6:00 PM
Driver Registration: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Drivers Meeting: 6:00 PM
Engine Heat: 6:15 PM
Hot Laps: 6:30 PM
Racing Following Hot Laps.

 
Saturday, August 13 | King of Kansas City | Valley Speedway Ticket Pricing:
General Admission: $20.00
Military/Seniors(+65): $18.00
Kids 6-12: $6.00
Children Under 6: FREE
Pit Pass: $35.00

 
Can’t make it out to the track and don’t want to miss any of the action in the racing program? Subscribe today to MAVTV on www.FloRacing.com to catch all the action LIVE and ON-DEMAND.

 
Track details for Valley Speedway including points standings, location, and facility details can be found online at www.valleyspeedway.com | 348 East Old US 40 Grain Valley, MO 64029.

 
Follow along for more information such as race recaps, updates, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing, or on Facebook at POWRi.

 


 

Ironman 55 Weekend Approaches for Xtreme/POWRi National Midgets on August 5-6

\

Belleville, IL. (8/1/22) Returning as one of the most highly anticipated weekends of open-wheel adrenaline rushes, the Lucas Oil POWRi National League, in conjunction with Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series, will venture to fast-times of Federated Auto Parts I-55 Raceway in Pevely Missouri for two nights of speed on Friday, August 5th, and Saturday, August 6th in support of the World of Outlaw NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series’ Ironman 55.

 
Competing in conjunction with the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series presented by Toyota Racing, the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midgets will test their quick times against the iconic 1/3-mile oval of Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 with $9000 to win over the pair of action-packed nights.

 
Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League competitors planning on attending Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 will receive one free Pit Pass for the POWRi Member Driver. All other POWRi Member pit passes for teams will be $35 for a single day or $60 for two days.

 
August 5-6 | Federated Auto Parts I-55 Raceway Details:
Pits Open: 2:00 PM
Grandstand Gates Open: 5:00 PM
Driver Registration: 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Drivers Meeting: 6:00 PM
Hot Laps/Qualifying: 6:30 PM
Racing Following Hot Laps.

 
If you can’t make it to the track, you can watch all the action live on www.DIRTVision.com – either online or by downloading the DIRTVision App. Ticket information is available online at https://worldofoutlaws.com/schedule/event-info/?event=1275956.

 
More information including event tickets for Federated Auto Parts I-55 Raceway is available online at https://worldofoutlaws.com/schedule/.

 
Track details for Federated Auto Parts I-55 Raceway including location and camping details can be found online at www.federatedautopartsraceway.com.

 
Follow along for more information such as race recaps, updates, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing, or on Facebook at POWRi.

 


 

  BADGER MIDGET SERIES 

www.bmara.com

Taylor Goes Back-to-Back, Sycamore and Corn Fest Double-header on Tap


Sun Prairie, WI August 14th, 2022–There’s a new leader in the 2022 Advanced Fastening Supply Badger Midget Series’ win column, and Adam Taylor has laid claim to that spot in a year where the competition has been closer than ever. 


 

The 25 lap Advanced Fastening Supply A Main rolled to the 1/3 mile oval in Sun Prairie with Jeremy Douglas and Aaron Muhle on the front row. The “King of the Park” feature event came to the green flag and Taylor immediately put pressure on the front two starters. Working to the outside of Douglas, he then switched to the bottom groove to attack Muhle for the top spot. The two raced side by side off of Turn 4 and Muhle emerged first to lead lap one.


 

While Taylor chased Douglas, series Point Leader Kyle Stark moved around Douglas and into the third position. Then on the ensuing lap, Taylor powered around the outside of Muhle to take the lead, while Stark and Zach Boden tried to follow suit in third and fourth. The top two cars of Taylor and Stark began to pull away from Muhle and Boden, while Todd Kluever started making moves through the field behind the top five cars. Kluever was subbing in for the absent Brandon Waelti behind the wheel of the iconic #3B machine.


 

Taylor and Stark continued their torrid pace up front, while Muhle, Boden and Kluever began a heated battle for the final spot on the podium. Muhle was rolling through the middle of the speedway, while Boden and Kluever looked high and low on the #24M trying to find any way past the Beaver Dam, WI driver. Boden looked low on Muhle on lap 5 and that opened the door for Kluever up top. The #3B rocketed by the #51 and started a new pursuit of Muhle for third. 


 

Just one lap later, Kluever used the high groove once again to rip past the #24M and into third. While the battle for third continued on, Taylor and Stark began to encounter lapped traffic. The top pair put on a clinic, utilizing the high line to put car after car a lap down. Taylor seemed to have no issue with traffic, however Stark was coming under fire from Kluever for second as the pair were caught behind several slower cars. Stark continued to rip the cushion up high while Kluever experimented with several different lines to find a way by the #2 car. The intense battle for second not only allowed Taylor to run away with the lead, but also brought Boden back into the mix for a podium spot. 


 

With 12 laps remaining, Kluever took a shot at Stark in turn 1 but couldn’t quite clear the #2. The wide and racey Angell Park surface allowed Stark, Kluever and Boden to try different lanes and passes, but Stark somehow continued to hold the charging #3B and #51 at bay. Back up front, Taylor continued to put in a showcase performance in traffic, splitting several pairs of cars and putting even more distance between himself and the field. As the race hit 5 laps to go, Stark drifted up high in turn 3 and opened the door for Kluever down low. It was all the invitation the #3B needed as Kluever drove by to take the second spot away. 


 

Up front, there was no challenger to Taylor over the final five circuits, and the Indiana driver crossed the line to take his third Advanced Fastening Supply Badger Midget A Main win of 2022, and be crowned “King of the Park” in the midget division. Kluever held off Stark for second, with Boden and Derek Doerr rounding out the top five. 

“I knew I had to get out front at the start so I could run where I wanted to.” Taylor said in Victory Lane. “Lapped traffic got sketchy there at the end but I just had to be patient. I think it worked out alright.”


 

Saturday’s Schoenfeld QuickTime Award went to Zach Boden, Auto Meter Heat 1 was won by Kurt Mayhew and Adam Taylor took the checkered flag in Simpson Race Products Heat 2. The Madison Extinguisher Service Non-Qualifier was won by Bryon Walters and the High Performance Lubricants B Main went to Mike Stroik. Charles Rufi earned the Advanced Racing Suspensions Hard Charger Award in the A Main. Charlie Rufi Kyle Stark went home with the Howard Law Cash Draw, and the Oliver Motors Last Place Bonus went to Charles Kunz. The Cartopia “Hard Luck” Award went to Chris Adrien.


 

Stark extended his lead at the top of the standings to 82 points ahead of Boden with six races remaining in 2022. Todd Kluever, RJ Corson and Aaron Muhle round out the top 5 point scorers.


 

The Advanced Fastening Supply Badger Midgets will return this weekend in double-header fashion starting Saturday, August 20th at Sycamore Speedway for their penultimate visit to the Illinois bullring in 2022. Sunday, August 14th at the Angell Park Speedway the series makes their annual “Corn Fest'' appearance along with the Bumper to Bumper IRA Sprints. Can Taylor make it three wins in a row and a total of four on the season? Or will Boden or Stark break into the three time winners club? Be there Saturday and Sunday to find out! Tickets for Sunday’s races will be available at the track or in advance through the Ticket Hoss app, and FloRacing will provide live coverage on Sunday if you are unable to attend in person. 


 

Angell Park Speedway “King of the Park” Results 8/14/22

A Feature 25 Laps | 00:06:53.765 | Advance Fastening Supply

1. 5X-Adam Taylor[4]; 2. 3B-Todd Kluever[5]; 3. 2-Kyle Stark[6]; 4. 51-Zach Boden[8]; 5. 20D-Derek Doerr[7]; 6. 38-Matt Rechek[3]; 7. 24M-Aaron Muhle[2]; 8. 6-Jeremy Douglas[1]; 9. 21K-Kurt Mayhew[9]; 10. 40J-Jace Sparks[11]; 11. 56-Charles Rufi[16]; 12. 15C-RJ Corson[12]; 13. 59-Kyle Koch[10]; 14. 9K-Bryon Walters[17]; 15. 9S-Mike Stroik[15]; 16. 87-Jake Dohner[14]; 17. 5K-Kevin Douglas[13]; 18. 40JR-Dave Collins Jr[18]; 19. 00-John Heitzman[19]; 20. 57B-Eric Blumer[22]; 21. 4-Brad Hensen[20]; 22. 27-Charles Kunz[21]


 

B Feature 10 Laps

1. 9S-Mike Stroik[2]; 2. 56-Charles Rufi[3]; 3. 9K-Bryon Walters[5]; 4. 40JR-Dave Collins Jr[1]; 5. 00-John Heitzman[4]; 6. 57B-Eric Blumer[11]; 7. 4-Brad Hensen[7]; 8. 27-Charles Kunz[9]; 9. 29-Harrison Kleven[6]; 10. 39-Dwight Stefan[10]; 11. 45KW-Nicholas Klein[8]


 

Non-Qualifier 8 Laps | 00:03:48.000 | Madison Extinguisher Service

1. 9K-Bryon Walters[7]; 2. 29-Harrison Kleven[6]; 3. 4-Brad Hensen[2]; 4. 45KW-Nicholas Klein[3]; 5. 27-Charles Kunz[5]; 6. 39-Dwight Stefan[1]; 7. (DNF) 57B-Eric Blumer[8]; 8. (DNS) 3A-Chris Adrien


 

Auto Meter Heat 2 8 Laps | 00:04:51.000 | Behling

1. 5X-Adam Taylor[6]; 2. 6-Jeremy Douglas[2]; 3. 38-Matt Rechek[4]; 4. 2-Kyle Stark[7]; 5. 51-Zach Boden[8]; 6. 40J-Jace Sparks[5]; 7. 5K-Kevin Douglas[3]; 8. 40JR-Dave Collins Jr[1]; 9. 56-Charles Rufi[9]


 

Simpson Race Products Heat 1 8 Laps | 00:02:10.000 | Simpson Race Products

1. 21K-Kurt Mayhew[2]; 2. 24M-Aaron Muhle[4]; 3. 20D-Derek Doerr[8]; 4. 3B-Todd Kluever[7]; 5. 59-Kyle Koch[1]; 6. 15C-RJ Corson[3]; 7. 87-Jake Dohner[6]; 8. 9S-Mike Stroik[5]; 9. 00-John Heitzman[9]


 

Schoenfeld Headers Qualifying 3 Laps | 00:00:49.000 | Schoenfeld Headers

1. 51-Zach Boden, 00:14.777[10]; 2. 20D-Derek Doerr, 00:14.981[5]; 3. 2-Kyle Stark, 00:15.065[2]; 4. 3B-Todd Kluever, 00:15.087[24]; 5. 5X-Adam Taylor, 00:15.131[7]; 6. 87-Jake Dohner, 00:15.246[3]; 7. 40J-Jace Sparks, 00:15.288[1]; 8. 9S-Mike Stroik, 00:15.445[15]; 9. 38-Matt Rechek, 00:15.486[13]; 10. 24M-Aaron Muhle, 00:15.566[12]; 11. 5K-Kevin Douglas, 00:15.652[22]; 12. 15C-RJ Corson, 00:15.659[25]; 13. 6-Jeremy Douglas, 00:15.699[9]; 14. 21K-Kurt Mayhew, 00:15.727[4]; 15. 40JR-Dave Collins Jr, 00:15.885[20]; 16. 59-Kyle Koch, 00:15.936[8]; 17. 56-Charles Rufi, 00:16.068[16]; 18. 00-John Heitzman, 00:16.309[11]; 19. 29-Harrison Kleven, 00:16.643[17]; 20. 27-Charles Kunz, 00:16.731[26]; 21. 3A-Chris Adrien, 00:16.919[14]; 22. 8-Jake Goeglein, 00:17.047[19]; 23. 45KW-Nicholas Klein, 00:17.053[23]; 24. 4-Brad Hensen, 00:17.132[21]; 25. 39-Dwight Stefan, 00:18.199[18]; 26. (DNS) 9K-Bryon Walters, 00:17.376; 27. (DQ) 57B-Eric Blumer, 00:16.870[27]


 
Article Credit: Loren Kelly-Box3 Media
Photo Credit: BMARA PR
 

 

 

 

 

 

Maple Park, IL August 6th, 2022–The Advanced Fastening Supply Badger Midgets headed down to Sycamore Speedway for their fourth appearance at the Illinois bullring in 2022, and the series now has four different winners at the track this season. 


 

The 25 Lap BMARA A Main rolled to the green flag with Kevin Battefeld and Derek Doerr pacing the field, but it was Adam Taylor and Kyle Stark that made moves on the opening lap. Taylor dove to the inside of the front row starters in turns 1 and 2, and slid up the racetrack in front of Battefeld entering turn 3 to take the top spot. Meanwhile, Stark had followed Taylor to the top side and battled wheel to wheel with Doerr and 5th place starting Zach Boden in the opening stages.


 

On lap 3, Boden completed an inside move on Doerr to take the third position and while Stark tried to follow suit, Boden also overtook Battefeld for second. It was now Taylor, Boden and Doerr showing the way on the bottom side of the high banked speedway, with Stark putting on a show running the cushion in fourth.


 

As the field came to start lap 5, Mike Stroik spun his #9S machine entering turn 1 while running in the sixth position. Stroik was able to re-fire his car and return to action. Taylor led the field back to green with Boden hot on his heels. The #5X of Taylor jumped to the top side in turn 3 and Boden took full advantage, pulling even and momentarily taking the lead from Taylor on the front straightaway, but the duel for the lead would be halted by a slowing Jace Sparks in turn 3, which brought out the second caution of the race.


 

Once again the green flag dropped with 20 laps remaining, and this time Taylor got a much better jump on Boden, but the #51 car pulled even with the #5X on the following circuit entering turn 1. The two front-runners ran different lines for the ensuing laps, with Taylor running low in turns 1 and 2 and high in 3 and 4, and Boden keeping his car glued to the inside line all the way around Sycamore Speedway. The two ran side by side down the front stretch multiple times, but Taylor continued to lead Boden by fractions of a second every lap. 


 

While the top 2 cars were putting on a show, Jack Routson and his #57B machine were doing the same back in the battle for 5th. Routson was hammering the cushion lap after lap and eventually overtook Battefeld and Cody Weisensel for the final Top 5 position. Aaron Muhle then followed Routson by Battefeld and moved his #24M into 6th. 


 

With 12 laps to go, the battle for the lead heated up. Taylor made a slight mistake in turn 1 which allowed Boden to close on the rear nerf bar of the #5X down the back stretch. The two ran side by side through turns 3 and 4 with Boden momentarily taking the lead, but Taylor once again held strong on the top shelf and retained the top spot. With 10 laps remaining, Taylor caught the slower traffic at the back of the field. Entering turn 3, the #5X had to get hard on the brakes to miss the #59S of John Smith who was also running the top side of the speedway. The lapped car of Smith and the two leaders went three wide down the front stretch with Taylor somehow remaining in the lead of the race with 8 laps to go. On the next lap, 7th running Battefeld slowed to a stop exiting turn 4 and brought out the caution once again. 


 

The field took the restart with Taylor and Boden once again setting the pace up front. Meanwhile, Stark once again pounded the top side of the speedway to overtake Doerr for third, and Muhle also got past the #20D on the bottom just a couple circuits later. Over the final five laps, the #5X of Taylor was not challenged and the K.O. Klassic Champion picked up his second Badger Midget win of the season and first career win at the Sycamore Speedway. Boden ran a strong 2nd with Stark completing the podium and maintaining his lead over Boden in the Championship Standings. Muhle and Douglas completed the Top 5 finishers.


 

Saturday’s Schoenfeld QuickTime Award went to Jack Routson, Auto Meter Heat 1 was won by Adam Taylor and RJ Corson took the checkered flag in Simpson Race Products Heat 2. Harrison Kleven earned the Advanced Racing Suspensions Hard Charger Award in the A Main. Kyle Stark went home with the Howard Law Cash Draw, and the Oliver Motors Last Place Bonus went to Jace Sparks. The Cartopia “Hard Luck” Award went to Jordan Nelson.


 

Stark finds himself atop the BMARA Point Standings, but Zach Boden has limited the gap to just 73 points between the Top 2. Todd Kluever, RJ Corson and Daltyn England round out the top 5 point scorers through 16 events in 2022.


 

The Advanced Fastening Supply Badger Midgets will return this Sunday, August 14th at the Angell Park Speedway for the “King of the Park”. The Dirt Kings Late Model Tour and Modifieds join the midgets for an action packed Sunday night. Tickets will be available aat the track or in advance through the Ticket Hoss app.


 

Sycamore Speedway Results 8/6/22

A Feature 25 Laps | 00:14:03.219 | Advance Fastening Supply

1. 5X-Adam Taylor[3]; 2. 51-Zach Boden[5]; 3. 2-Kyle Stark[4]; 4. 24M-Aaron Muhle[10]; 5. 5K-Kevin Douglas[11]; 6. 20D-Derek Doerr[2]; 7. 15C-RJ Corson[9]; 8. 9S-Mike Stroik[8]; 9. 38-Cody Weisensel[7]; 10. 29-Harrison Kleven[17]; 11. 59-Kyle Koch[13]; 12. 56-Charles Rufi[14]; 13. 3A-Chris Adrien[15]; 14. 59S-John Smith[16]; 15. 57B-Jack Routson[6]; 16. 42-Kevin Battefeld[1]; 17. 40J-Jace Sparks[12]; 18. (DNS) 98-Jordan Nelson

Simpson Race Products Heat 2 8 Laps | 00:02:16.605 | Simpson Race Products

1. 15C-RJ Corson[3]; 2. 57B-Jack Routson[8]; 3. 2-Kyle Stark[7]; 4. 42-Kevin Battefeld[5]; 5. 9S-Mike Stroik[4]; 6. 40J-Jace Sparks[6]; 7. 56-Charles Rufi[1]; 8. 59S-John Smith[2]; 9. (DNS) 29-Harrison Kleven

Auto Meter Heat 1 8 Laps | 00:02:10.205 | Auto Meter

1. 5X-Adam Taylor[7]; 2. 24M-Aaron Muhle[3]; 3. 38-Cody Weisensel[5]; 4. 20D-Derek Doerr[6]; 5. 51-Zach Boden[8]; 6. 5K-Kevin Douglas[4]; 7. 59-Kyle Koch[2]; 8. 3A-Chris Adrien[1]; 9. (DNS) 98-Jordan Nelson

Schoenfeld Headers Qualifying 3 Laps | Schoenfeld Headers

1. 57B-Jack Routson, 00:15.132[3]; 2. 51-Zach Boden, 00:15.261[5]; 3. 2-Kyle Stark, 00:15.281[15]; 4. 5X-Adam Taylor, 00:15.360[18]; 5. 40J-Jace Sparks, 00:15.613[10]; 6. 20D-Derek Doerr, 00:15.626[8]; 7. 42-Kevin Battefeld, 00:15.680[2]; 8. 38-Cody Weisensel, 00:15.803[11]; 9. 9S-Mike Stroik, 00:15.813[1]; 10. 5K-Kevin Douglas, 00:15.832[13]; 11. 15C-RJ Corson, 00:16.304[9]; 12. 24M-Aaron Muhle, 00:16.548[17]; 13. 59S-John Smith, 00:16.577[4]; 14. 59-Kyle Koch, 00:16.596[7]; 15. 56-Charles Rufi, 00:16.718[16]; 16. 3A-Chris Adrien, 00:16.901[12]; 17. (DNS) 29-Harrison Kleven, 00:16.901; 18. (DNS) 98-Jordan Nelson, 00:16.901

Hot Laps 1 | 00:01:03.000

1. 20D-Derek Doerr[8]; 2. 51-Zach Boden[5]; 3. 5X-Adam Taylor[18]; 4. 57B-Jack Routson[3]; 5. 42-Kevin Battefeld[2]; 6. 2-Kyle Stark[15]; 7. 40J-Jace Sparks[10]; 8. 9S-Mike Stroik[1]; 9. 15C-RJ Corson[9]; 10. 98-Jordan Nelson[14]; 11. 5K-Kevin Douglas[13]; 12. 24M-Aaron Muhle[17]; 13. 59-Kyle Koch[7]; 14. 38-Cody Weisensel[11]; 15. 59S-John Smith[4]; 16. 29-Harrison Kleven[6]; 17. 3A-Chris Adrien[12]; 18. 56-Charles Rufi[16]


 

 

Sun Prairie, WI July 31, 2022–The Advanced Fastening Supply Badger Midget Series had yet another double-header outing this past weekend at the Plymouth Dirt track and Angell Park Speedway. The two tracks differ in many ways, so perhaps it’s fitting that they gave the fans and drivers two very different races and winners.


 

The 25 Lap Badger A Main got off to a rocky start at Plymouth on Saturday night, as Jordan Nelson flipped his #98 car coming off of turn two on the opening circuit. As the field was slowing for the red flag conditions, Mike Stroik’s car came to rest on the front stretch with apparent rear end damage to his machine. Both drivers were OK after the opening lap carnage. 


 

The race was restarted from the top of the lineup order, with Midget rookie Jack Vanderboom and Daltyn England on the front row. England ripped to the high side as Vanderboom tried to keep pace on the bottom, and Zach Boden threw his hat in the ring to make it three wide for the lead coming off of turn two. The pair of Boden and England got around Vanderboom heading into turn three and eventually it would be Boden prevailing with the lead on lap 2. Now it was 3rd running Jack Routson pressuring England for 2nd as Boden began to pull away at the front. Routson earned the runner up spot, and now England had to contend with series points leader Kyle Stark for the final podium position. 


 

On lap 9, the caution was displayed for a stopped Trey Weishoff on the back stretch. The race went back to green with 8 laps in the books and Boden shot to the bottom of the speedway while Routson went top side. While Boden began to pull away, 16th starting Jake Neuman was showing why he’s a former National Midget Champion. The New Berlin, IL native ripped around the high side to take the 6th spot away from Kevin Douglas, but his momentum was slowed by another caution, this time for Neuman’s teammate Routson spinning in turn two. 


 

12 circuits remained when the field came back to the green flag, and while the top 5 cars went to the bottom, Neuman jumped to the cushion and swiped the 5th spot away from Aaron Muhle. However, the caution flew for the third time as Dave Collins Jr. spun to a stop on the back straightaway.


 

Neuman was put back to the 6th spot before the race went back to green, but the #57A car once again rolled the top side to perfection on the restart and moved into the 3rd spot. Boden pulled away once again, building a sizeable advantage over England in 2nd, as Neuman began to chase down the #19E machine. With just 8 laps to go, Neuman rocketed around England to take 2nd, but it looked like it would be too little, too late as Boden wasn’t letting Neuman get close enough. As Boden was taking the white flag, Charles Rufi tipped his #56 machine over in turn two to bring out the red flag. However, Boden would not be denied and held off Neuman on the ensuing Green, White, Checkered finish to take his second victory of his 2022 Badger Midget campaign. Neuman came home 2nd, with England, Stark and Douglas rounding out the Top 5. 


 

Saturday’s Schoenfeld QuickTime Award went to Jake Neuman, Auto Meter Heat 1 was won by Daltyn England, Jack Routson took the checkered flag in Simpson Race Products Heat 2, while Zach Boden took the win in Behling Race Products Heat 3. Harrison Kleven won the night’s Madison Extinguisher Service Non Qualifier, Jake Neuman took the win in the night’s B Feature and earned the Advanced Racing Suspensions Hard Charger Award in the A Main. RJ Corson went home with the Howard Law Cash Draw, and the Oliver Motors Last Place Bonus went to Jordan Nelson. The Cartopia “Hard Luck” Award went to Nick Baran.


 

On Sunday, the series moved to Angell Park Speedway for the BMARA Reunion night, with some fantastic vintage cars on display and a great night of racing on tap. 


 

The night’s A Feature rolled to the historic Angell Park clay with Kevin Douglas and Kyle Stark making up the front row. Some big names including Adam Taylor, Brandon waelti and Bill Balog all started outside the Top Five, making for great racing early on in the event. Douglas got away well on the initial start, but Stark was too fast on the high side, powering to the lead down the back straightaway. Douglas settled into the 2nd spot while most recent Angell Park winner Matt Rechek and KO Klassic winner Taylor battled side by side for 3rd. Taylor eclipsed Rechek on lap 2 but simultaneously opened the door for Waelti on the bottom and the #3B machine muscled through on the front stretch as Taylor bicycled on the top side and fell back behind Rechek and a hard charging Balog. 


 

Up front, Stark was pulling away while Waelti used the bottom of the hooked up Angell Park Speedway to take 2nd away from Douglas. Just two laps later, Balog made a power move to the inside of Douglas for 3rd and made it stick, setting his sights on Waelti with 20 laps to go. The top 3 cars began to pull away from the rest of the field as they started to work through lapped traffic. With 14 laps to go, Stark found himself held up by the #27 of Charles Kunz which allowed Waleti and Balog to close the gap dramatically. As the trio worked to the top side in turn 3, Stark and Waelti cleared Kunz, but coming off of turn 4 disaster struck.


 

Kunz’s car seemed to suffer a mechanical failure and the #27 drifted high and into the path of Balog. “The Northpole Nightmare” had absolutely no chance to avoid the slowing car and the Howard Law #57A was sent head on into the front stretch wall, into the catch fencing and came to rest on its wheels in the middle of the front stretch, Kunz’s car was also sent flipping, and the race was immediately red flagged. Luckily, neither driver was seriously injured in the accident, and we thank the Angell Park and Badger Safety crews for responding quickly and efficiently to the accident. 


 

The race only restarted after track officials examined the fencing and determined it was safe to race, and the battle up front between Stark and Waelti resumed, with Taylor now assuming the third position. Waelti immediately went on the attack, pulling side by side with Stark’s #2 machine. Coming into turn three with 12 laps to go, the Sun Prairie, WI driver threw a slide job on Stark to take the lead. Stark battled back on the bottom but Waelti edged away with the top spot. As the race hit 8 laps to go, Stark once again had issues in turn three. This time, the #2 car seemed to miss the grip on the bottom and slid up the track, allowing Taylor to drive by and into 2nd. 


 

The leaders entered traffic with 6 laps remaining, and Taylor pulled within striking distance of Waelti. With 2 to go, Waelti found himself stuck behind Jake Goeglein with Taylor right on his heels. Forced to make a move, Waelti threw his #3B to the inside and made wheel to wheel contact with Goeglein, sending the #8 car spinning to a stop. The yellow flag came out and the race was reset for a 2 lap dash to the finish. On the restart, Waelti got a fantastic jump on Taylor and pulled away to a 6 car length advantage and the #3B never looked back. Waelti crossed under the double checkers to take his second Badger Midget win of the season, with Taylor, Stark, Rechek and Derek Doerr completing the Top 5 finishers.


 

Saturday’s Schoenfeld QuickTime Award went to Bill Balog, Auto Meter Heat 1 was won by Aaron Muhle and Kyle Stark took the checkered flag in Simpson Race Products Heat 2. Kyle Koch won the night’s Madison Extinguisher Service Non Qualifier, Jake Dohner took the win in the night’s B Feature and Brandon Waelti earned the Advanced Racing Suspensions Hard Charger Award in the A Main. Harrison Kleven went home with the Howard Law Cash Draw, and the Oliver Motors Last Place Bonus went to Jim Fuerst. The Cartopia “Hard Luck” Award went to Zach Boden.


 

Stark finds himself atop the BMARA Point Standings, but Zach Boden has closed the gap to just 13 points between the Top 2. Todd Kluever, Daltyn England and RJ Corson round out the top 5 point scorers through 15 events in 2022.


 

The Advanced Fastening Supply Badger Midgets will return this Saturday, August 6th at the Sycamore Speedway for our fourth visit to the track in 2022. Tickets will be available at the Speedway on Saturday night. 


 

Plymouth Dirt Track Results 7/30/22

A Feature 25 Laps | 00:17:05.000 | Advance Fastening Supply

1. 51-Zach Boden[5]; 2. 57A-Jake Neuman[16]; 3. 19E-Daltyn England[2]; 4. 2-Kyle Stark[6]; 5. 5K-Kevin Douglas[9]; 6. 24M-Aaron Muhle[4]; 7. 15C-RJ Corson[8]; 8. 57-Jack Routson[7]; 9. 6-Jeremy Douglas[13]; 10. 87-Tyler Baran[18]; 11. 77-Jack Vanderboom[1]; 12. 27-Charles Kunz[15]; 13. 40J-Jace Sparks[21]; 14. 59-Kyle Koch[22]; 15. 45KW-Trey Weishoff[14]; 16. 56-Charles Rufi[19]; 17. 40JR-Dave Collins Jr[11]; 18. 38-Cody Weisensel[10]; 19. 8-Jake Goeglein[17]; 20. 29-Harrison Kleven[20]; 21. 9S-Mike Stroik[3]; 22. 98-Jordan Nelson[12]


 

B Feature 1 10 Laps | 00:02:31.000

1. 57A-Jake Neuman[4]; 2. 8-Jake Goeglein[1]; 3. 87-Tyler Baran[5]; 4. 56-Charles Rufi[2]; 5. 29-Harrison Kleven[7]; 6. 40J-Jace Sparks[3]; 7. 59-Kyle Koch[8]; 8. 28-Jim Fuerst[12]; 9. 10-Charlie Spoonmore[6]; 10. 74-Miles Quandt[9]; 11. 39-Dwight Stefan[10]; 12. (DNS) 9K-Bryon Walters


 

Non-Qualifier 8 Laps | 00:01:46.000 | Madison Extinguisher Service

1. 29-Harrison Kleven[3]; 2. 59-Kyle Koch[4]; 3. 74-Miles Quandt[6]; 4. 39-Dwight Stefan[2]; 5. (DNF) 9K-Bryon Walters[1]; 6. (DNF) 28-Jim Fuerst[5]


 

Auto Meter Heat 1 8 Laps | 00:02:01.000 | Behling

1. 19E-Daltyn England; 2. 2-Kyle Stark; 3. 40JR-Dave Collins Jr[3]; 4. 27-Charles Kunz[2]; 5. 5K-Kevin Douglas; 6. 40J-Jace Sparks; 7. 10-Charlie Spoonmore


 

Simpson Race Products Heat 2 8 Laps | 00:02:02.000 | Simpson Race Products

1. 57-Jack Routson[7]; 2. 15C-RJ Corson; 3. 6-Jeremy Douglas[3]; 4. 9S-Mike Stroik; 5. 45KW-Trey Weishoff; 6. 56-Charles Rufi; 7. 87-Tyler Baran


 

Behling Heat Race 3 8 Laps | 00:01:59.000 | Auto Meter

1. 51-Zach Boden[7]; 2. 38-Cody Weisensel[4]; 3. 77-Jack Vanderboom[5]; 4. 24M-Aaron Muhle[6]; 5. 98-Jordan Nelson; 6. 8-Jake Goeglein[3]; 7. (DNF) 57A-Jake Neuman


 

Schoenfeld Headers Qualifying 3 Laps | 00:00:43.000 | Schoenfeld Headers

1. 57A-Jake Neuman, 00:13.749[12]; 2. 57-Jack Routson, 00:13.767[6]; 3. 2-Kyle Stark, 00:13.811[26]; 4. 51-Zach Boden, 00:13.857[2]; 5. 87-Tyler Baran, 00:13.952[5]; 6. 40J-Jace Sparks, 00:14.011[10]; 7. 24M-Aaron Muhle, 00:14.193[14]; 8. 9S-Mike Stroik, 00:14.201[7]; 9. 19E-Daltyn England, 00:14.214[3]; 10. 77-Jack Vanderboom, 00:14.226[23]; 11. 15C-RJ Corson, 00:14.399[4]; 12. 5K-Kevin Douglas, 00:14.409[24]; 13. 38-Cody Weisensel, 00:14.490[25]; 14. 56-Charles Rufi, 00:14.672[16]; 15. 40JR-Dave Collins Jr, 00:14.745[13]; 16. 98-Jordan Nelson, 00:14.748[20]; 17. 6-Jeremy Douglas, 00:14.750[11]; 18. 10-Charlie Spoonmore, 00:14.905[19]; 19. 8-Jake Goeglein, 00:14.992[17]; 20. 45KW-Trey Weishoff, 00:15.017[15]; 21. 27-Charles Kunz, 00:15.021[22]; 22. 28-Jim Fuerst, 00:15.172[9]; 23. 59-Kyle Koch, 00:15.356[1]; 24. 29-Harrison Kleven, 00:15.387[21]; 25. 74-Miles Quandt, 00:16.107[8]; 26. 39-Dwight Stefan, 00:18.179[18]; 27. 9K-Bryon Walters, 00:18.179[28]


 

Angell Park Speedway Results 7/31/22

A Feature 25 Laps | 00:09:32.160 | Advance Fastening Supply

1. 3B-Brandon Waelti[7]; 2. 5X-Adam Taylor[6]; 3. 2-Kyle Stark[2]; 4. 38-Matt Rechek[3]; 5. 20D-Derek Doerr[5]; 6. 5K-Kevin Douglas[1]; 7. 24M-Aaron Muhle[10]; 8. 15C-RJ Corson[4]; 9. 9S-Mike Stroik[9]; 10. 56-Charles Rufi[12]; 11. 6-Jeremy Douglas[11]; 12. 87-Jake Dohner[13]; 13. 8-Jake Goeglein[14]; 14. 59-Kyle Koch[17]; 15. 29-Harrison Kleven[19]; 16. 10-Charlie Spoonmore[16]; 17. 57-Bill Balog[8]; 18. 27-Charles Kunz[15]; 19. 45KW-Nicholas Klein[20]; 20. 28-Jim Fuerst[18]


 

B Feature 10 Laps | 00:08:47.651

1. 87-Jake Dohner[1]; 2. 8-Jake Goeglein[2]; 3. 27-Charles Kunz[4]; 4. 10-Charlie Spoonmore[3]; 5. 59-Kyle Koch[7]; 6. 28-Jim Fuerst[8]; 7. 29-Harrison Kleven[9]; 8. 45KW-Nicholas Klein[10]; 9. (DNF) 40J-Jace Sparks[13]; 10. (DNF) 39-Dwight Stefan[11]; 11. (DNF) 51-Zach Boden[6]


 

Non-Qualifier 8 Laps | 00:01:40.000 | Madison Extinguisher Service

1. 59-Kyle Koch[8]; 2. 28-Jim Fuerst[6]; 3. 29-Harrison Kleven[7]; 4. 45KW-Nicholas Klein[5]; 5. 39-Dwight Stefan[1]; 6. 4-Brad Hensen[4]; 7. 40J-Jace Sparks[9]; 8. (DNS) 98-Jordan Nelson; 9. (DNS) 77-Jack Vanderboom


 

Auto Meter Heat 1 8 Laps | 00:03:45.000 | Behling

1. 24M-Aaron Muhle[2]; 2. 20D-Derek Doerr[6]; 3. 5X-Adam Taylor[7]; 4. 38-Matt Rechek[5]; 5. 56-Charles Rufi[1]; 6. 5K-Kevin Douglas[3]; 7. 8-Jake Goeglein[4]; 8. 27-Charles Kunz[9]; 9. 51-Zach Boden[8]


 

Simpson Race Products Heat 2 8 Laps | 00:02:08.000 | Simpson Race Products

1. 2-Kyle Stark[3]; 2. 57-Bill Balog[8]; 3. 3B-Brandon Waelti[7]; 4. 15C-RJ Corson[5]; 5. 9S-Mike Stroik[2]; 6. 6-Jeremy Douglas[1]; 7. 87-Jake Dohner[4]; 8. 10-Charlie Spoonmore[9]; 9. (DNF) 57B-Jack Routson[6]


 

Schoenfeld Headers Qualifying 3 Laps | 00:14:29.000 | Schoenfeld Headers

1. 57-Bill Balog, 00:14.866[11]; 2. 51-Zach Boden, 00:14.926[18]; 3. 3B-Brandon Waelti, 00:15.069[1]; 4. 5X-Adam Taylor, 00:15.129[15]; 5. 57B-Jack Routson, 00:15.146[28]; 6. 20D-Derek Doerr, 00:15.340[16]; 7. 15C-RJ Corson, 00:15.341[23]; 8. 38-Matt Rechek, 00:15.378[25]; 9. 87-Jake Dohner, 00:15.391[4]; 10. 8-Jake Goeglein, 00:15.573[5]; 11. 2-Kyle Stark, 00:15.582[22]; 12. 5K-Kevin Douglas, 00:15.677[17]; 13. 9S-Mike Stroik, 00:15.709[10]; 14. 24M-Aaron Muhle, 00:15.979[27]; 15. 6-Jeremy Douglas, 00:16.043[12]; 16. 56-Charles Rufi, 00:16.085[13]; 17. 10-Charlie Spoonmore, 00:16.105[3]; 18. 27-Charles Kunz, 00:16.135[14]; 19. 40J-Jace Sparks, 00:16.140[19]; 20. 59-Kyle Koch, 00:16.329[26]; 21. 29-Harrison Kleven, 00:16.517[21]; 22. 28-Jim Fuerst, 00:16.528[20]; 23. 45KW-Nicholas Klein, 00:16.896[6]; 24. 4-Brad Hensen, 00:17.122[8]; 25. 77-Jack Vanderboom, 00:18.777[7]; 26. 39-Dwight Stefan, 00:19.362[2]; 27. 98-Jordan Nelson, 00:56.524[9]; 28. (DNS) 19E-Daltyn England, 00:56.524


 
Plymouth Photo credit: Ricky Bassman
Angell Park Photo Credit: BMARA PR
Article Credit: Loren Kelly-Box3 Media

 

 

Image result for must see racing   INLAND WINGED SPRINTS  Image result for must see racing

www.snevamfg.com/ws

 

 

Image result for must see racing   oil capital racing series 

www.ocrsracing.net

 Lawton Speedway hosts OCRS Sprints Saturday

John Rittenoure - TULSA, Okla. (August 16, 2022) - After almost a month off the AmeriFlex / OCRS IMCA Sprint Cars return to action on Saturday at Lawton Speedway. 


 

Twice this season the AmeriFlex / Oil Capital Racing Series visited the Lawton quarter-mile oval where Tanner Conn won on March 26 and Steven Shebester picked up a victory on July 9. 


 

A total of 12 drivers have won an OCRS main event this season and Shebester leads the way with three victories. Conn has two.  


 

Blake Edwards continues to lead in the points race, but Rees Moran has closed within 45 points after capturing his first career victory at Lake Ozark Speedway on July 23. Terry Easum is just 47 points back of Moran in third. Whit Gastineau and Sheldon Barksdale round out the top five. 


 

What you need to know……….

Where: Lawton Speedway, Lawton, Oklahoma

When: Saturday, August 20

Gates open: 5 p.m, Driver Sign-In: 6-6:45, Drivers Meeting: 7, Hot Laps: 7:30, Racing Starts at 8.

Race Info: A-Feature pays $1,000-to-win, $250-to-start.

Track Website: LawtonSpeedway.com..


 

Top 10 Standings: Blake Edwards 1536; 2. Rees Moran 1491; 3. Terry Easum 1444; 4. Whit Gastineau 1155. 5. Sheldon Barksdale 1116; 6. Elizabeth Phillips 981; 7. Joe Bob Lee 901; 8. Johnny Kent 856; 9. Danny Smith 900; 10. Steven Shebester 770.


 

2022 Winners: 3/4 - Steven Shebester (Red Dirt Raceway); 3/5 - Tyler Drueke (Red Dirt Raceway); 3/19 - Blake Edwards (Creek County Speedway); 3/25 - John Carney II (Thunderbird Speedway); 3/26 - Tanner Conn (Lawton Speedway); 4/9 - Terry Easum (Oklahoma Sports Park); 4/23 - Johnny Kent (Creek County Speedway); 5/20 - Danny Smith (Tulsa Speedway); 5/21 - Steven Shebester (81 Speedway); 5/28 - Alex Sewell (Salina Highbanks Speedway); 6/24 - Tanner Conn (Red Dirt Raceway); 6/25 - Kyle Clark (Tri-State Speedway); 7/9 - Steven Shebester (Lawton Speedway), 7/22 - Whit Gastineau (Lake Ozark Speedway); 7/23 - Rees Moran (Lake Ozark Speedway).  


 

Image result for must see racing  MUST SEE XTREME SPRINT CAR SERIES  Image result for must see racing

www.mustseeracing.com

 

Gallogly Schools Lorain Lights Field During Bob Frey Classic

SOUTH AMHERST, Ohio (Aug. 6, 2022) – Cody Gallogly moved one step closer to his first Must See Racing Midwest Lights Series championship by dominating Saturday’s event at Lorain Raceway Park, held as part of the inaugural Bob Frey Classic.

Gallogly kicked off the program by setting a new Midwest Lights track record (13.171 seconds/102.498 mph) in qualifying, then led 27 of 30 laps around the three-eighths-mile paved oval for his second win of the season with the crate-engined sprint car tour.

He added four tallies to his championship lead over rival and runner-up finisher J.J. Henes, giving the Baltimore, Ohio, driver a 13-point cushion with two rounds remaining.

“We know that, when we’re on top of our game, we’re a championship-caliber team,” said Gallogly, who won by 8.183 seconds, in victory lane. “I feel like we proved that tonight. This car was set on kill from the moment we rolled out for qualifying … and in that feature I thought we were as good as we’d been all day long.

“The motor had been laying down in the last two races; it just wasn’t running right and that was hurting us,” he added. “J.J. obviously took advantage of that with his wins, as he should have, but we’re back running how we need to be now and it’s going to be a battle these last few races, that’s for sure.”

Including lap money, Gallogly banked $1,375 for his Lorain Raceway Park victory.

An invert of four placed Joshua Sexton on the pole for the feature, but outside front-row starter Sawyer Stout got the jump on the initial start, leading the first three laps in John Higgins’ iconic red No. 92.

Stout was passed by Gallogly, who started fourth, on lap four after washing up the track in turn two and opening the bottom lane for the eventual winner. Stout later retired from the race with battery issues.

Once he took the lead, Gallogly was unstoppable, running away by more than a half lap in a caution-free feature that took just six minutes, 57 seconds to complete.

After coming home a distant second, Henes admitted that he just “didn’t have the speed” to contend with Gallogly and that his team has work to do in order to rebound over the final two races.

“Today was not a good day for us,” admitted Henes. “The last few races we’ve been really fast, and Cody’s had problems, but now that he’s got those gremlins fixed it was heads up tonight and he was just a lot better than we were. I like it more in a way – we don’t want to beat him when he’s down – but we also don’t like getting our butts kicked like we did in this one.

“Hopefully we can get this thing figured out and be faster next race,” Henes added. “We were just missing a little bit everywhere tonight, and you can’t do that and expect to win these races.”

Sexton completed the podium ahead of Michigan’s Andrew Bogusz and Dale McQuillen.

Teenager Charlie Baur won the first eight-lap heat race Saturday, his first heat win with the series in his rookie season behind the wheel of a sprint car. Stout claimed the second heat race victory with ease.

Jason Blonde captured the headlining Must See Racing Engine Pro Sprint Car Series feature Saturday night by leading 38 of 40 laps in the third annual Jerry Caryer Memorial Race.

Must See Racing Midwest Lights competitors will now have nearly two months to recharge before the penultimate race of the season, the Bev Jaycox Memorial Cavalcade on Oct. 1 at Sandusky (Ohio) Speedway.

For more information on Must See Racing, visit the sanctioning body’s website at www.mustseeracing.com.

Must See Racing Midwest Lights Series; Lorain Raceway Park; South Amherst, Ohio; Aug. 6, 2022

Qualifying (best of two laps): 1. Cody Gallogly, 27, Gallogly-13.171 (NTR); 2. J.J. Henes, 36JR, Henes-13.394; 3. Sawyer Stout, 92, Higgins-13.536; 4. Joshua Sexton, 51s, Sexton-13.792; 5. Andrew Bogusz, 17, Bogusz/Sachs-13.869; 6. Dale McQuillen, 21, McQuillen-14.415; 7. Charlie Baur, 23, Baur-14.458; 8. Tim Henthorne, 15t, Henthorne-14.570; 9. Lauren DePasquale, 18, DePasquale-15.264.

Heat #1 (8 laps, all transfer): 1. Charlie Baur [2], 2. Andrew Bogusz [4], 3. Tim Henthorne [1], 4. Dale McQuillen [3], 5. Lauren DePasquale (DNS).

Heat #2 (8 laps, all transfer): 1. Sawyer Stout [2], 2. J.J. Henes [3], 3. Cody Gallogly [4], 4. Joshua Sexton [1].

Maxima Racing Oil A-Feature (25 laps): 1. Cody Gallogly [4][$1,375], 2. J.J. Henes [3][$600], 3. Joshua Sexton [1][$500], 4. Andrew Bogusz [5][$400], 5. Dale McQuillen [6][$390], 6. Charlie Baur [7][$380], 7. Tim Henthorne [8][$370], 8. Sawyer Stout [2][$435], 9. Lauren DePasquale (DNS).

Lap Leader(s): Joshua Sexton Grid, Sawyer Stout 1-3, Cody Gallogly 4-30.

Hard Charger: #27 – Cody Gallogly (+3)

 


Blonde Puts On A Frey Classic Master Class, Wins Caryer Memorial

SOUTH AMHERST, Ohio (Aug. 7, 2022) – Jason Blonde continued his habit of winning live-streamed Must See Racing Engine Pro Sprint Car Series races this season by topping the Jerry Caryer Memorial 40 at Lorain Raceway Park, held as the headliner of the inaugural Bob Frey Classic.

In front of a bevy of SPEED SPORT Network cameras, Blonde led 38 of the 40 laps at the three-eighths-mile paved oval and pulled away late from Ryan Litt, winning by 2.983 seconds in a race that finished in the early hours of Sunday morning due to several lengthy delays during the support division features.

Blonde’s victory was his second of the season with Must See Racing and the ninth of his series career, moving him into a tie with JoJo Helberg for third on the all-time list.

“That was fun, but it wasn’t easy,” Blonde noted. “Any time you’ve got Ryan Litt on your bumper, you’re going to be nervous. I actually didn’t feel that good about the car in the last five laps … and I was waiting for him to show me a nose or something, but I guess we still had a pretty big lead there. He said he was pretty tight, and I was tight (on corner entry), but just kept snapping it loose on exit and kind of dirt tracking it in the late laps.

“It wasn’t always pretty, but we’re glad we got the job done.”

Including lap money, Blonde collected nearly $4,500 in winnings for his Jerry Caryer Memorial victory.

The Litchfield, Mich., native was presented the winner’s trophy in victory lane by event namesake Bob Frey, a five-time winner of the Lucas Oil Little 500 for non-winged sprint cars and a four-time winner of the sprint car portion of the now-defunct Copper World Classic at Arizona’s Phoenix Raceway.

It was a moment the seven-time pavement sprint car champion called “really special” afterward.

“Bob Frey is someone who a lot of us looked up to through the years, and there’s a lot of history that he made with the cars he drove. To win a race honoring his career means a lot,” Blonde said. “There’s a lot of history in this team, though, also. Gary Fedewa has been bringing us to the track recently, and he won plenty of races for (owner) Tony Nosal in this car. It’s been cool to have Gary back at the track with us.

“Just a lot of people go into this team and into this sport … and we’ve got to all be thankful for that.”

Starting from the pole after an eight-car inversion, home-state driver Rick Holley led the field to green and paced the first two circuits, collecting $175 in lap money and a case of Pabst Blue Ribbon from fellow driver Joe Liguori for leading the opening lap – given in honor of late competitor Jerry Caryer.

Holley was holding Blonde at bay until a shocking crash off the second corner changed the entire complexion of both the race and the Must See Racing championship points battle.

Contact between incoming point leader Charlie Schultz and two-time defending Little 500 champion Tyler Roahrig, who was filling in for the injured Jimmy McCune in the familiar No. 88 sprinter, sent Schultz spinning off the second corner and ended the night for both veteran competitors.

Schultz tossed his steering wheel out of the car in frustration when he came to a halt before walking off to his trailer, his hopes of a maiden series title taking a major hit in the process with just one race remaining.

From there, Blonde took control of the race on the lap-three restart, surging into command from the outside of the front row and never looking back despite a mid-race duel through lap traffic with Ryan Litt.

Blonde weathered a restart with 16 laps left, following a turn-one spin by Jacob Dolinar, and went on to the comfortable victory over Litt. The Canadian settled for second one week after snapping a nine-year Must See Racing winless drought at Michigan’s Berlin Raceway.

“This was my first time here, so I had to learn everything as I went today,” explained Litt. “It’s a unique track and I like it, but we were just super tight in the feature and didn’t have much for Blonde there.”

Holley fended off a late challenge by Liguori to finish third, the best night of his Must See Racing career.

“The car was really good, and the scary thing is, we know it can be better,” tipped Holley. “These are the kind of nights we’ve been working for, and it feels good to finally put it all together like we did here.”

Liguori’s fourth-place finish allowed him to assume the point lead with only the season finale at Pennsylvania’s Jennerstown Speedway remaining. Todd McQuillen closed out the top five.

Cody Gallogly won the accompanying Must See Racing Midwest Lights crate sprint car feature in commanding fashion, beating runner-up J.J. Henes by more than seven seconds.

Must See Racing competitors will now have a two-week break to recharge before heading to Jennerstown for the David D. Mateer Tribute at the half-mile Keystone State oval.

For more information on Must See Racing, visit the sanctioning body’s website at www.mustseeracing.com.

Must See Racing Engine Pro Sprint Car Series; Lorain Raceway Park; South Amherst, Ohio; Aug. 6, 2022

Qualifying (best of two laps): 1. Tyler Roahrig, 88, McCune-12.690; 2. Charlie Schultz, 9s, Reiser-12.710; 3. Jason Blonde, 42, Nosal-12.724; 4. Joe Liguori, 13, Liguori-12.739; 5. Ryan Litt, 07L, Litt-12.739; 6. Adam Biltz, 8a, Reiser-13.110; 7. Todd McQuillen, 2k, Koyan-13.136; 8. Rick Holley, 85, Holley-13.150; 9. Jacob Dolinar, 8, McCune-13.222; 10. Joe Speakman, 72s, Speakman-13.460; 11. Joshua Sexton, 3k, Koyan-13.533; 12. Tom Jewell, 7, Fogle-13.599; 13. Jeff Bloom, 28, Bloom-13.692; 14. Tom Geren, 11g, Geren-13.846; 15. Bobby Komisarski, 81, Blake-14.025; 16. Tim Henthorne, 45, Bare-NT.

ARP Heat #1 (8 laps, all transfer): 1. Jeff Bloom [2][$100], 2. Tom Jewell [3][$50], 3. Joshua Sexton [4][$35], 4. Jacob Dolinar [6], 5. Joe Speakman [5], 6. Bobby Komisarski [7], 7. Tom Geren [1], 8. Tim Henthorne (DNS).

Nitro Black Heat #2 (8 laps, all transfer): 1. Ryan Litt [2][$100], 2. Joe Liguori [3][$50], 3. Charlie Schultz [5][$35], 4. Adam Biltz [1], 5. Todd McQuillen [7], 6. Tyler Roahrig [6], 7. Jason Blonde [4], 8. Rick Holley [8].

Fel-Pro Jerry Caryer Memorial A-Feature (40 laps): 1. Jason Blonde [6], 2. Ryan Litt [4], 3. Rick Holley [1], 4. Joe Liguori [5], 5. Todd McQuillen [2], 6. Jacob Dolinar [9], 7. Adam Biltz [3], 8. Tom Jewell [12], 9. Joshua Sexton [11], 10. Tom Geren [15], 11. Joe Speakman [10], 12. Jeff Bloom [13], 13. Tyler Roahrig [8], 14. Charlie Schultz [7], 15. Bobby Komisarski [14], 16. Tim Henthorne (DNS).

Lap Leader(s): Rick Holley 1-2, Jason Blonde 3-40.

Hard Charger: #42 – Jason Blonde (+5


Berlin Score Puts Litt Back In The Must See Conversation

MARNE, Mich. (July 31, 2022) – The running joke in the pit area following Saturday night’s Must See Racing Engine Pro Sprint Car Series race at Berlin Raceway was that Ryan Litt had forgotten how to celebrate properly, given he nearly stumbled off the top wing of his race car in victory lane.

Litt was quick to note, of course, that it had been more than nine years since his last win in a Must See Racing-sanctioned event, and to cut him some slack for his less-than-graceful slip on the frontstretch.

However, though he might not have celebrated as smoothly as his prior win at Florida’s Five Flags Speedway, Litt made one thing abundantly clear at Berlin – he hasn’t forgotten how to wheel a pavement sprint car against the best in the business.

The Canadian’s near-flawless performance – driving from 10th to the lead in three laps and opening up an advantage of more than four seconds at one point – was accentuated by his perfect placement of his race car in the second half of the Engine Pro Fast Car Dash, when he held every advance of fellow veteran Jason Blonde at bay en route to the $2,500 victory in front of a standing-room-only crowd.

“I guess it’s like riding a bike,” Litt joked afterward. “You don’t forget how to do it; everyone just eventually gets better after a while, and you have to learn how to keep up and get better.”

Litt’s progression this season – his first campaign back with Must See Racing since 2019, prior to the COVID-19 pandemic’s effects on travel across the United States border with Canada – has been steady.

His first race back at Kalamazoo (Mich.) Speedway on Memorial Day weekend in May netted a fourth-place finish, and he followed that up with a third-place effort at Michigan’s Birch Run Speedway in June.

But Saturday night’s victory at Berlin felt like a culmination of Litt’s comeback trail – a reminder to fans of pavement sprint car racing and his competitors on the race track that the London, Ontario, native is still a force to be reckoned with.

“We never doubted ourselves as a team, but people always start to talk, you know, when you haven’t won in a while,” Litt admitted. “Our car has just been off since the start of the year, and we’ve been working to get it back where I’m most comfortable. We tried some things with the setup at the beginning of the season that just didn’t work for us. I mean, we were terrible for the first bit.

“This race here at Berlin … a place I’m pretty comfortable at, we just went back to some of our old notes and the car responded exactly how I was hoping it would,” he added. “I knew from the minute we started in practice that we’d have a bullet, and I think we proved it out there.

“To set fast time (in qualifying), be inverted to 10th and then still drive through the field to win the race, there’s not much more that you can prove than what we did in this one.”

Saturday’s win for Litt wasn’t one that had an impact on the championship race, since he missed the opening two races of the year at Virginia’s South Boston Speedway and hasn’t been in contention for the title as a result.

But it was a confidence builder, and a moment that Litt said should make the other teams in the Must See Racing pit area take note – the No. 07L team will be ready when the points reset and 2023 begins.

“All we can focus on this year is race victories, but we’re one of the teams out here that doesn’t have that championship trophy yet, and I know everyone on this team world like to change that eventually.”

Litt also took time to relish the moment, noting that, as a driver, you never know when – or if – that next race victory will come along.

“This is amazing,” Litt smiled. “I’ve won, I think, two or three (sprint car) races at this track, but this win is by far the sweetest of the bunch. I’ve struggled on these (American Racer) tires to get the right handle that we need for our race car … but we learned a lot this weekend and I think found more of what we need.

“Jason is one of the best there is on restarts, and I knew he’d be trying (to get past) me on the outside, but I just put my foot in it until we could get a gap. I think they remember that we’re here now, too.”

Litt and the rest of the Must See Racing Sprint Car Series will return to action on Saturday, Aug. 6 at Lorain (Ohio) Raceway Park when the inaugural Bob Frey Classic hits the road at the third-mile oval.

The race is being run in honor of legendary Ohio sprint car and Indy car competitor Bob Frey, who was inducted into the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame earlier this summer as part of the Class of 2022. It will be streamed live through SPEED SPORT TV.

For more information on Must See Racing, visit the sanctioning body’s website at www.mustseeracing.com.


Litt Snaps Nine-Year MSR Winless Drought At Berlin

MARNE, Mich. (July 30, 2022) – After a nine-year winless drought with the Must See Racing Engine Pro Sprint Car Series, Canadian Ryan Litt returned to victory lane in style Saturday night at Berlin Raceway.

The native of London, Ontario roared from 10th starting spot to take the lead on lap three, then held off every advance made by a determined Jason Blonde in the second half of the 30-lap Engine Pro Fast Car Dash main event en route to his second Must See Racing-sanctioned victory.

It was the first time Litt stood in victory lane with the series since March 22, 2013, when he won at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Fla.

“Fast time, start 10th and win the race – how about that?” a jubilant Litt told the standing-room-only crowd in victory lane. “We tried something new with the setup the last few weeks and it was just terrible. Tonight we decided to go back to our old notes and it was the best this car had run all year.

“From the first lap of practice today, I knew I had something for them,” Litt added. “It’s amazing to finally win again in the caliber of field that Must See (Racing) and Jim Hanks bring to the track each week. I’ve won a few races in the past, but this is definitely one of the sweetest victories we’ve had.”

After a roll of 10 on the inversion die placed past Must See Racing rookie-of-the-year Rick Holley on the pole, a chaotic opening lap saw National Sprint Car Hall of Famer Jeff Bloom surge from the outside pole into the lead before a multi-car accident on the frontstretch forced a yellow flag with one lap scored.

The incident saw Tom Jewell slap the outside wall exiting turn four before his blue No. 7 came down the track into the orange No. 48 of Jacob Dolinar, who spun to the bottom of the first turn in a cloud of smoke and was unable to restart – a broken frame ending his race prematurely.

When racing resumed, Bloom held serve briefly at the point before Litt came soaring forward, moving from third to first on the third lap before running out to as much as a four-second advantage just before halfway.

A lap-14 caution for debris did little to slow Litt’s roll, as he charged back away from the chasing No. 42 of Blonde on the restart. Instead, it was late lap traffic and a yellow with five laps left that gave Litt a scare.

A shredded tire on the rear of championship leader Charlie Schultz’s No. 9s forced Schultz to stop high in turn four from third place, putting a dent in the Ohioan’s title hopes and setting Blonde up with another chance at Litt in the closing moments.

However, Litt held serve – both on that restart and the final restart of the night following a Bobby Komisarski spin in turn two – leading the final five circuits comfortably en route to a 1.681-second win.

Blonde settled for second and admitted afterward that he burned up his equipment trying to catch the leader as the laps wound down.

“I just wore out the tires trying to get to him,” the Litchfield, Mich., native said. “It was a heck of a battle, though. He raced me hard, and it was all really clean. You love to be part of nights like that.”

Joe Liguori finished third and cut his deficit to Schultz down to a single point with two races remaining in the hunt for the season title. Rick Holley was a career-best fourth and Schultz rallied back for fifth.

Litt kicked off the program by ending Joe Liguori’s qualifying streak, setting fast time with his Diablo Chassis No. 07L at 13.097 seconds (120.257 mph). It marked Litt’s second fast time of the season and the sixth of his Must See Racing career.

The Canadian’s fast lap was also the quickest Must See Racing qualifying time recorded at Berlin since Aug. 19, 2017, when Bobby Santos III toured the seven-sixteenths-mile oval in 12.913 seconds.

Holley and Blonde won their respective eight-lap heat races prior to the main event.

The Must See Racing Sprint Car Series season continues Aug. 6 at Lorain (Ohio) Raceway Park with the inaugural Bob Frey Classic. The event will be streamed live in its entirety through SPEED SPORT TV.

For more information on Must See Racing, visit the series website at www.mustseeracing.com.

Must See Racing Sprint Car Series; Berlin Raceway; Marne, Mich.; July 30, 2022

Qualifying (best of two laps): 1. Ryan Litt, 07L, Litt-13.097; 2. Joe Liguori, 13, Liguori-13.289; 3. Jason Blonde, 42, Nosal-13.435; 4. Charlie Schultz, 9s, Reiser-13.537; 5. Adam Biltz, 8a, Reiser-13.847; 6. Teddy Alberts, 44, Wolverine-14.084; 7. Tom Jewell, 7, Fogle-14.105; 8. Jacob Dolinar, 48, McCune-14.207; 9. Jeff Bloom, 26, Bloom-14.212; 10. Rick Holley, 85, Holley-14.287; 11. Tom Geren, 11g, Geren-14.349; 12. Todd McQuillen, 2k, Koyan-14.747; 13. Andrew Bogusz, 17, Bogusz/Sachs-15.002; 14. Joshua Sexton, 3k, Koyan-15.071; 15. Tim Henthorne, 45, Bare-15.921; 16. Bobby Komisarski, 81, Blake-16.091.

ARP Heat #1 (8 laps): 1. Rick Holley [4], 2. Tom Geren [3], 3. Todd McQuillen [2], 4. Jeff Bloom [5], 5. Joshua Sexton [1], 6. Andrew Bogusz [8], 7. Bobby Komisarski [7], 8. Tim Henthorne [6].

Nitro Black Heat #2 (8 laps): 1. Jason Blonde [4], 2. Charlie Schultz [3], 3. Ryan Litt [6], 4. Joe Liguori [5], 5. Jacob Dolinar [8], 6. Teddy Alberts [1], 7. Tom Jewell [7], 8. Adam Biltz [2].

Engine Pro A-Feature (30 laps): 1. Ryan Litt [10], 2. Jason Blonde [8], 3. Joe Liguori [9], 4. Rick Holley [1], 5. Charlie Schultz [7], 6. Tom Jewell [4], 7. Adam Biltz [6], 8. Teddy Alberts [5], 9. Todd McQuillen [12], 10. Andrew Bogusz [11], 11. Bobby Komisarski [16], 12. Joshua Sexton [14], 13. Tim Henthorne [13], 14. Jeff Bloom [2], 15. Tom Geren [15], 16. Jacob Dolinar [3].

Lap Leader(s): Rick Holley Grid, Jeff Bloom 1-2, Ryan Litt 3-30.

Hard Charger: #07L – Ryan Litt (+9)

 


 

BADGER MIDGET SERIES POWRI RACING SERIES

2022 AFS Badger Midget Series Schedule


 

May

7 Sycamore Speedway - Maple Park, IL

15 Angell Park Speedway - Sun Prairie, WI

22 Angell Park Speedway - Sun Prairie, WI


 

June

4 Sycamore Speedway - Maple Park, IL

5 Angell Park Speedway - Sun Prairie, WI

12 Angell Park Speedway - Sun Prairie, WI

17 Gravity Park USA - Chilton, WI

18 Tomahawk Speedway - Tomahawk, WI

26 Angell Park Speedway - Sun Prairie, WI


 

July

3 Angell Park Speedway - Sun Prairie, WI

10 Dubuque Fairgrounds Speedway - Dubuque, IA

17 Angell Park Speedway - Sun Prairie, WI

23 Sycamore Speedway - Maple Park, IL

30 Plymouth Dirt Track - Plymouth, WI

31 Angell Park Speedway - Sun Prairie, WI


 

August

6 Sycamore Speedway - Maple Park, IL

14 Angell Park Speedway - Sun Prairie, WI

20 Sycamore Speedway - Maple Park, IL

21 Angell Park Speedway - Sun Prairie, WI

27 Wilmot Raceway - Wilmot, WI


 

September

3 Sycamore Speedway - Maple Park, IL

4 Angell Park Speedway - Sun Prairie, WI

17 Shadyhill Speedway - Medaryville, IN

  

iNLAND WINGED SPRINTS

 

   oil capital racing series

2022 AmeriFlex / OCRS Sprint Car Schedule


 

March 4 - Red Dirt Raceway, Meeker, Okla.

March 5 - Red Dirt Raceway, Meeker, Okla.

March 19 - Creek County Speedway, Sapulpa, Okla.

March 25 - Thunderbird Speedway, Muskogee, Okla.

March 26 - Lawton Speedway, Lawton, Okla.

April 9 - Oklahoma Sports Park, Ada, Okla.

April 22 - Outlaw Motor Speedway, Oktaha, Okla.

April 23 - Creek County Speedway, Sapulpa, Okla.

May 14 - Caney Valley Speedway, Caney, Kans.

May 20 - Outlaw Motor Speedway, Oktaha, Okla.

May 21 - 81 Speedway, Park City, Kans.

May 28 - Salina Highbanks Speedway, Salina, Okla.

June 11 - Caney Valley Speedway, Caney, Kans.

June 24 - Red Dirt Raceway, Meeker, Okla.

June 25 - Tri-State Speedway, Pocola, Okla.

July 2 - Lake Ozark Speedway, Eldon, Mo.

July 3 - Lake Ozark Speedway, Eldon, Mo. 

July 9 - Lawton Speedway, Lawton, Okla.

July 22 - Outlaw Motor Speedway, Oktaha, Okla.

July 23 - TBA.

August 20 - Lawton Speedway, Lawton, Okla.

September 23 - Thunderbird Speedway, Muskogee, Okla.

September 24 - Salina Highbanks Speedway, Salina, Okla.
 

october 1 - Creek County Speedway, Sapulpa, Okla.

October 8 - Caney Valley Speedway, Caney, Kans.

October 14 - Outlaw Motor Speedway, Oktaha, Okla.

October 15 - Red Dirt Raceway, Meeker, Okla. 

 

MUST SEE XTREME SPRINT CAR SERIES

2022 Must See Racing    Sprint Series Schedule

South Boston Speedway American Sprint Car Weekend South Boston, Virginia
Friday – April 29, 2022
 

 South Boston Speedway American Sprint Car Weekend South Boston, Virginia
Saturday – April 30, 2022
 

Kalamazoo Speedway American Speed U.S. Nationals Kalamazoo, Michigan
Friday – May 27, 2022 Saturday - May 28, 2022
 

Birch Run Speedway TBA Birch Run, Michigan Friday – June 10, 2022
 
Birch Run Speedway
TBA Birch Run, Michigan Friday july 22nd, 2022

 Berlin Raceway Engine Pro FAST CAR DASH Saturday, July 30, 2022
 

Lorain Raceway Park TBA South Amherst, OH XTREME SPEED CHALLENGE
Saturday – August 6, 2022
 

Jennerstown Speedway David D. Mateer Tribute presented by AMERICAN RACER
Saturday, August 27, 2022

 

 
 
Engler Machine & Tool POWRi 600cc Outlaw Micro League 2022 Schedule:
3/24/2022 | Port City Raceway | Tulsa, OK | TurnPike Challenge
3/25/2022 | I-44 Riverside Speedway | OKC, OK | TurnPike Challenge
3/26/2022 | I-44 Riverside Speedway | OKC, OK | TurnPike Challenge
4/16/2022 | Macon Speedway | Macon, IL
4/29/2022 | Jacksonville Speedway, IL
5/7/2022 | Macon Speedway | Macon, IL | ILLIANA Showdown
5/13/2022 | Jacksonville Speedway, IL
6/24/2022 | Lincoln Speedway | Lincoln, IL | Illinois SPEEDWeek
6/25/2022 | Macon Speedway | Macon, IL | Illinois SPEEDWeek
6/26/2022 | Jacksonville Speedway, IL | Illinois SPEEDWeek
*7/1/2022 | Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex | Small Town Throw Down | Non-Wing
*7/2/2022 | Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex | Small Town Throw Down | Non-Wing
*7/3/2022 | Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex | Small Town Throw Down | Non-Wing
7/17/2022 | Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex | Thunder in the Valley
7/29/2022 | Jacksonville Speedway, IL
7/30/2022 | Macon Speedway | Macon, IL | Sprint & Midget Double Header
8/20/2022 | Macon Speedway | Macon, IL | Camfield Memorial
9/9/2022 | Jacksonville Speedway, IL
9/10/2022 | Macon Speedway | Macon, IL
9/30/2022 | Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex | Fall Brawl
10/1/2022 | Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex | Fall Brawl
10/13/2022 | Port City Raceway | Tulsa, OK | DRC Sooner State 55
10/14/2022 | I-44 Riverside Speedway | OKC, OK | Meents Memorial
10/15/2022 | I-44 Riverside Speedway | OKC, OK | Meents Memorial
*10/20/2022 | Port City Raceway | Tulsa, OK | 4th Annual KKM Giveback Classic | Non-Wing
*10/21/2022 | Port City Raceway | Tulsa, OK | 4th Annual KKM Giveback Classic | Non-Wing
*10/22/2022 | Port City Raceway | Tulsa, OK | 4th Annual KKM Giveback Classic | Non-Wing
 
*Indicates Non-Points Events. Schedule subject to alterations and cancelations with other various events currently being finalized, future updates will be posted as confirmed.
 

 

 

Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League Tentative 2022 Season Schedule:

~Thursday, March 24 | Port City Speedway | Turnpike Challenge
~Friday, March 25 | I-44 Riverside Speedway | Turnpike Challenge
~Saturday, March 26 | I-44 Riverside Speedway | Turnpike Challenge
*Friday, April 1 | Farmer City Speedway | Farmer City, IL
*Saturday, April 2 | Farmer City Speedway | Farmer City, IL
~*Friday, April 15 | Federated Auto Parts I-55 Speedway 
~*Saturday, April 16 | Federated Auto Parts I-55 Speedway 
Friday, May 6 | Charleston Speedway | ILLIANA Showdown
Saturday, May 7 | Macon Speedway | ILLIANA Showdown
~Friday, May 13 | Valley Speedway | MO-Mid State Nationals
~Saturday, May 14 | Lucas Oil Speedway | 11th Annual Open Wheel Showdown
*Saturday, May 27 | Lake Ozark Speedway | Spring Sprint & Midget Nationals
*Sunday, May 28 | Lake Ozark Speedway | Spring Sprint & Midget Nationals
Wednesday, June 22 | Charleston Speedway | Illinois Speed Week
Thursday, June 23 | Fayette County Speedway | Illinois Speed Week
Friday, June 24 | Lincoln Speedway | Illinois Speed Week
Saturday, June 25 | Macon Speedway | Illinois Speed Week
*Sunday, June 26 | Jacksonville Speedway | Illinois Speed Week
~Friday, July 15 | Valley Speedway | Thunder in the Valley
~Saturday, July 16 | Valley Speedway | Thunder in the Valley
~Sunday, July 17 | Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex | Thunder in the Valley
Friday, July 29 | Jacksonville Speedway
Saturday, July 30 | Macon Speedway | Midget & Sprint Double Header
~*Friday, August 5 | I-55 Speedway | Iron Man 55
~*Saturday, August 6 | I-55 Speedway | Iron Man 55
Friday, August 19 | Charleston Speedway
Saturday, August 20 | Macon Speedway | Camfield Memorial
*Friday, August 26 | Davenport Speedway | Davenport, IA
*Saturday, August 27 | Davenport Speedway | Davenport, IA
~Friday, September 3 | Lake Ozark Speedway | Fall Sprint & Midget Nationals
~Saturday, September 4 | Lake Ozark Speedway | Fall Sprint & Midget Nationals
Saturday, September 17 | Fairbury American Legion Speedway
~Friday, September 30 | Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex | Sweet Springs, MO
~Friday, October 1 | Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex | Sweet Springs, MO
~*Thursday, October 13 | Port City Raceway | Sooner SPEEDWeek | DRC Sooner State 55
~*Friday, October 14 | I-44 Riverside Speedway | Sooner SPEEDWeek | Meents Memorial
~*Saturday, October 15 | I-44 Riverside Speedway | Sooner SPEEDWeek | Meents Memorial
~*Sunday, October 16 | Arrowhead Speedway | Sooner SPEEDWeek
 
~Events In Conjunction with POWRi West Midget League.
*Events In Conjunction with Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series
 

 

2022 Lucas Oil POWRi West Midget League Schedule:

~Thursday, March 24 | Port City Speedway | Turnpike Challenge
~Friday, March 25 | I-44 Riverside Speedway | Turnpike Challenge
~Saturday, March 26 | I-44 Riverside Speedway | Turnpike Challenge
Saturday, April 9 | I-44 Riverside Speedway
~*Friday, April 15 | Federated Auto Parts I-55 Speedway
~*Saturday, April 16 | Federated Auto Parts I-55 Speedway
~Friday, May 13 | Valley Speedway | Mid-State Midget Nationals
~Saturday, May 14 | Lucas Oil Speedway | 11th Annual Open Wheel Showdown
Saturday, May 21 | Port City Raceway
Friday, June 3 | Creek County Speedway | Mickey Walker Classic
Saturday, June 4 | Creek County Speedway | Mickey Walker Classic
Saturday, July 9 | I-44 Riverside Speedway
~Friday, July 15 | Valley Speedway | Thunder in the Valley
~Saturday, July 16 | Valley Speedway | Thunder in the Valley
~Sunday, July 17 | Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex | Thunder in the Valley
~*Friday, August 5 | Federated Auto Parts I-55 Speedway | Ironman 55
~*Saturday, August 6 | Federated Auto Parts I-55 Speedway | Ironman 55
~Saturday, September 3 | Lake Ozark Speedway | Fall Sprint & Midget Nationals
~Sunday, September 4 | Lake Ozark Speedway | Fall Sprint & Midget Nationals
Friday, September 9 | Tulsa Speedway Park
Saturday, September 10 | Port City Raceway
Saturday, September 24 | I-44 Riverside Speedway
~Friday, September 30 | Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex | Fall Brawl
~Saturday, October 1 | Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex | Fall Brawl
~*Thursday, October 13 | Port City Raceway | Sooner SPEEDWeek | DRC Sooner State 55
~*Friday, October 14 | I-44 Riverside Speedway | Sooner SPEEDWeek | Meents Memorial
~*Saturday, October 15 | I-44 Riverside Speedway | Sooner SPEEDWeek | Meents Memorial
~*Sunday, October 16 | Arrowhead Speedway | Sooner SPEEDWeek

 
~Events In Conjunction with POWRi National Midget League.
*Events In Conjunction with Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series.
 

 

POWRi 410 Wing Outlaw Sprint League 2022 Schedule:
4/2/2022 | Lake Ozark Speedway | Series Opener
*4/8/2022 | US-36 Raceway
*4/9/2022 | Lake Ozark Speedway
*4/15/2022 | Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55
*4/16/2022 | Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55
4/22/2022 | I-30 Speedway
4/23/2022 | I-30 Speedway
4/29/2022 | Lake Ozark Speedway | Frost Breaker Nationals
4/30/2022 | Lake Ozark Speedway | Frost Breaker Nationals
5/20/2022 | Texarkana 67 Speedway
5/21/2022 | Texas Motor Speedway | NASCAR All-Star Weekend
6/3/2022 | TBA
6/4/2022 | TBA
6/10/2022 | Lake Ozark Speedway | Non-Wing Nationals
6/11/2022 | Lake Ozark Speedway | Non-Wing Nationals
6/17/22 | Arrowhead Speedway
6/18/22 | Arrowhead Speedway
7/2/2022 | Lake Ozark Speedway | Prelude to the Stars
7/3/2022 | Lake Ozark Speedway | Prelude to the Stars
7/7/2022 | Lee County Speedway
*7/8/2022 | 34 Raceway
7/9/2022 | Caney Valley Speedway

 

~7/22/2022 | Lake Ozark Speedway | 2nd Annual All-Star Beach Brawl
~7/23/2022 | Lake Ozark Speedway | 2nd Annual All-Star Beach Brawl
 

~7/29/2022 | I-70 Motorsports Park

~7/29/2022 | I-70 Motorsports Park
~7/30/2022 | Knoxville Raceway
*8/5/2022 | Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 | Ironman 55
*8/6/2022 | Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 | Ironman 55
8/21/2022 | Missouri State Fair Speedway | Missouri State Fair
9/3/2022 | Lake Ozark Speedway | Fall Sprint & Midget Nationals
9/4/2022 | Lake Ozark Speedway | Fall Sprint & Midget Nationals
9/23/2022 | TBA
9/24/2022 | TBA
10/7/2022 | Arrowhead Speedway
10/8/2022 | Arrowhead Speedway
 
*In Conjunction with the World of Outlaw NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series
~In Conjunction with the FloRacing All-Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1

Lucas Oil POWRi Wingless Auto Racing Sprint Car League 2022 Schedule:
*Friday, April 8 | US-36 Raceway
*Saturday, April 9 | Lake Ozark Speedway
Friday, April 29 | Lake Ozark Speedway | Frost Breaker Nationals
Saturday, April 30 | Lake Ozark Speedway | Frost Breaker Nationals
Friday, May 13 | Valley Speedway | MO-Mid State Nationals
Saturday, May 14 | Lucas Oil Speedway | 11th Annual Open Wheel Showdown
Friday, May 27 | Lake Ozark Speedway | Sprint & Midget Nationals
Saturday, May 28 | Lake Ozark Speedway | Sprint & Midget Nationals
Sunday, May 29 | Double X Speedway | Tribute to Jesse
*Friday, June 10 | Lake Ozark Speedway | 4th Annual Non-Wing Nationals
*Saturday, June 11 | Lake Ozark Speedway | 4th Annual Non-Wing Nationals
Saturday, June 18 | Central Missouri Speedway
*Friday, June 24 | Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55
*Saturday, June 25 | Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55
Friday, July 15 | Valley Speedway | Lawson Memorial “Thunder in the Valley”
Saturday, July 16 | Valley Speedway | Lawson Memorial “Thunder in the Valley”
Sunday, July 17 | Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex | Thunder in the Valley
Friday, July 22 | Lake Ozark Speedway | 2nd Annual All-Star Beach Brawl
Saturday, July 23 | Lake Ozark Speedway | 2nd Annual All-Star Beach Brawl
Saturday, August 13 | TBA
Saturday, August 27 | Valley Speedway | King of Kansas City
*Friday, September 9 | Jacksonville Speedway
*Saturday, September 10 | Spoon River Speedway
Thursday, September 15 | Lucas Oil Speedway | 12th Annual Hockett/McMillin Memorial
Friday, September 16 | Lucas Oil Speedway | 12th Annual Hockett/McMillin Memorial
Saturday, September 17 | Lucas Oil Speedway | 12th Annual Hockett/McMillin Memorial
Friday, October 28 | TBA
Saturday, October 29 | TBA

 

Engler Machine & Tool POWRi 600cc Outlaw Micro League 2022 Schedule:
3/24/2022 | Port City Raceway | Tulsa, OK | TurnPike Challenge
3/25/2022 | I-44 Riverside Speedway | OKC, OK | TurnPike Challenge
3/26/2022 | I-44 Riverside Speedway | OKC, OK | TurnPike Challenge
4/16/2022 | Macon Speedway | Macon, IL
4/29/2022 | Jacksonville Speedway, IL
5/7/2022 | Macon Speedway | Macon, IL | ILLIANA Showdown
5/13/2022 | Jacksonville Speedway, IL
6/24/2022 | Lincoln Speedway | Lincoln, IL | Illinois SPEEDWeek
6/25/2022 | Macon Speedway | Macon, IL | Illinois SPEEDWeek
6/26/2022 | Jacksonville Speedway, IL | Illinois SPEEDWeek
*7/1/2022 | Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex | Small Town Throw Down | Non-Wing
*7/2/2022 | Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex | Small Town Throw Down | Non-Wing
*7/3/2022 | Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex | Small Town Throw Down | Non-Wing
7/17/2022 | Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex | Thunder in the Valley
7/29/2022 | Jacksonville Speedway, IL
7/30/2022 | Macon Speedway | Macon, IL | Sprint & Midget Double Header
8/20/2022 | Macon Speedway | Macon, IL | Camfield Memorial
9/9/2022 | Jacksonville Speedway, IL
9/10/2022 | Macon Speedway | Macon, IL
9/30/2022 | Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex | Fall Brawl
10/1/2022 | Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex | Fall Brawl
10/13/2022 | Port City Raceway | Tulsa, OK | DRC Sooner State 55
10/14/2022 | I-44 Riverside Speedway | OKC, OK | Meents Memorial
10/15/2022 | I-44 Riverside Speedway | OKC, OK | Meents Memorial
*10/20/2022 | Port City Raceway | Tulsa, OK | 4th Annual KKM Giveback Classic | Non-Wing
*10/21/2022 | Port City Raceway | Tulsa, OK | 4th Annual KKM Giveback Classic | Non-Wing
*10/22/2022 | Port City Raceway | Tulsa, OK | 4th Annual KKM Giveback Classic | Non-Wing
 
*Indicates Non-Points Events. Schedule subject to alterations and cancelations with other various events currently being finalized, future updates will be posted as confirmed.

 

2022 Lucas Oil POWRi Southwest Lightning Sprint Car Series Schedule

March   4          Imperial Valley Raceway                                               Wingless

March 5            Imperial Valley Raceway                                               Wingless

March 10          Mojave Valley Raceway (Practice)                                 Winged

March 11          Mojave Valley Raceway                                                 Winged

March 12          Mojave Valley Raceway                                                 Winged

April 23             Imperial Valley Raceway                                               Wingless

April 30             Barona Speedway                                                        Winged

May 14             Barona Speedway                                                        Wingless

May 28             Central Missouri Speedway (Winged National)               Non-Points

May 29             Central Missouri Speedway (Winged National)               Non-Points

June 8              Barona Speedway                                                        Winged

June 25             Barona Speedway                                                        Winged

July 9               Barona Speedway                                                        Wingless

July 14             Deming Speedway (Clay Cup – Winged)                       Non-Points

July 15             Deming Speedway (Clay Cup – Winged)                       Non-Points

July 16             Deming Speedway (Clay Cup – Winged)                       Non-Points

August 11        Norman County Raceway Minkota Nationals (Winged)   Non-Points

August 12        Rivers Cities Speedway Minkota Nationals (Winged)      Non-Points

August 13        Greenbush Race Park Minkota Nationals (Winged)         Non-Points

August 14        Buffalo Rivers Speedway Minkota Nationals (Winged)   Non-Points

Sept. 14           Perris Auto Speedway (with USAC/CRA)                         Winged

October 1         Barona Speedway                                                        Winged

October 8         Mojave Valley Raceway (co sanction with CLS)              Winged

October 13       Lemoore Raceway (California Cup)                                Non-Points

October 14       Lemoore Raceway (California Cup)                                Non-Points

October 15       Lemoore Raceway (California Cup)                                Non-Points

October 23       Imperial Valley Raceway                                               Wingless

 

 

 
"we may not have all the whistles and bells like the other  motor sports web sites have however we have the best coverage of the sport period"
    https://gallery.mailchimp.com/a4270f635bf4cc53c9204e08d/images/6ea8487f-0dd6-47bb-8a1e-a6a0e7668b28.png      Image result for impact racing

https://static.wixstatic.com/media/a22407_12bfef20121a47efa29e3ca31bf32d99.jpg/v1/fill/w_195,h_108,al_c,q_80,usm_0.66_1.00_0.01/a22407_12bfef20121a47efa29e3ca31bf32d99.jpg\  

  American Auto Racing Writers & Broadcasters Association member

  National Motorsports Press association member

©2002-2022 MOTOR SPORTS GARAGE PRODUCTIONS,  All Rights Reserved

ALL LOGOS ARE REGISTERED TRADEMARKS OF THE RACING SERIES AND ARE USED FOR EDITORIAL PURPOSES ONLY

ALL PICTURES ARE PROPERTY OF THE RACING SERIES AND ARE USED FOR EDITORIAL PURPOSES ONLY

NO PART OF THE SITE CAN BE COPIED OR REPRODUCED WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION OF MOTORSPORTSGARAGE PRODUCTIONS

This site is dedicated to my dad " Hoot" who introduced me to the great sport of auto racing............. rest in peace  DAD

larry criss....................A true race fan LIKE AN UNCLE TO ME

   gary lee.................auto racing broadcast legend and personnel friend

charlie patterson ............my old friend that supported me when mo one else did

 Carroll Horton .......................................life long friend and indy car owner

Judy Morris.................... a true race fan

todd shafer..............."a rock n roller" with a love for racing!

FOLLOW US on