CALYPSO LEMONADE 200
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Thursday, July 2, 2020
ATTICA, Ohio – There’s no doubt we are living in
strange times. But one thing remains constant – the Brad Doty
Classic. The 32nd Annual Ohio Logistics Brad Doty Classic
Presented by Racing Optics will take place at Attica Raceway
Park on Tuesday, July 14 featuring the World of Outlaws NOS
Energy Drink Sprint Car Series.
This will be the
first Ohio appearance of the year for the World of Outlaws.
And, the event – at least for 2020 – has a rain
date – Wednesday, July 15. The BDC will pay the feature winner
$10,000 and it will be a full World of Outlaws purse.
“We are so blessed to have all our marketing
partners like Ohio Logistics, Racing Optics, JEGS Performance,
Priority Aviation, Callie’s Performance Products and joining us
this year is Gill Construction of Port Clinton, Ohio. Without
them it would be very difficult to make this event successful,
especially in these strange times,” said Brad Doty, Co-Promoter
of the BDC.
Those fans who already
purchased reserved seats for the 32nd Annual Ohio Logistics Brad
Doty Classic Presented by Racing Optics will get their seats.
However, no more reserved seats will be sold. There will be a
limited number of pre-sale general admission tickets available
through the World of Outlaws at www.worldofoutlaws.com or go to
www.atticaracewaypark.com and click on the Brad Doty Classic
banner. Tickets are $35 for those 11 years of age and up with
kids 10 and under getting in free. Also, anyone can purchase a
pit pass on race day starting at 3 p.m.
Those attending are
being asked to adhere to the state’s social distancing
guidelines including not bringing those with underlying health
issues, immunocompromised individuals and those the Center of
Disease Control say are most at risk. If you have a fever or
other symptoms please stay home and it is highly suggested fans
and race team members wear masks.
Rain claimed the original date for the Brad Doty
Classic in 2019. However, Doty and Attica officials worked with
the Ollie’s Bargain Outlet All Star Circuit of Champions and the
event was rescheduled for the second night of the Attica Ambush
on Aug. 31.
Jonestown, Pennsylvania driver Brock Zearfoss
took advantage when leader Aaron Reutzel suffered mechanical
issues with 12 laps to go to take the $10,000 Brad Doty Classic
This year will mark the 15th time the World of
Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series has sanctioned the
Ohio Logistics Brad Doty Classic Presented by Racing Optics.
There have been 23 different winners in the 29 contested Brad
Doty Classic features (2 have been rained out).
Keep tabs on the
ongoing race schedule at www.atticaracewaypark.com or follow the
track on Twitter @atticaracewyprk or on Facebook at
www.facebook.com/atticaracewaypark and Instagram at
attica_raceway_park. For those who can’t attend the races,
DirtVision.com carries all the action on pay per view.
Brad Doty Classic Winners
1989 – Steve Kinser
1990 – Jack Hewitt
1991 – Bobby Allen
1992 – Rained Out
1993 – Mark Keegan
1994 – Danny Smith
1995 – Randy Kinser
1996 – Dale Blaney
1997 – Tyler Walker
1998 – Jeff Shepard
1999 – Butch Schroeder
2000 – Kelly Kinser
2001 – Danny Smith (2)
2002 – Alvin Roepke
2003 – Dean Jacobs
2004 – Greg Wilson
2005 – Stevie Smith
Moved to Limaland
2006 – Joey Saldana
2007 – Jac Haudenschild
2008 – Jason Meyers
2009 – Steve Kinser (2)
2010 – Dale Blaney (2)
2011 – Donny Schatz
2012 – Kerry Madsen
2013 – Donny Schatz (2)
2014 – Paul McMahan
2015 – Rained Out
Moved to Attica
2016 – Donny Schatz (3)
2017 – David Gravel
2018 - Donny Schatz (4)
WHAT TO WATCH FOR:
One of the longest-standing formulas for winning racing championships
is win the races you can and don't give away points in the races you
driver Michael Self is checking all those boxes in 2020.
The 29-year-old from Park City, Utah, has never finished worse than
eighth in points in the six previous seasons in which he ran a full
schedule. He finished fourth in the West in 2013 and 2017, despite
missing a race in '17, and second in the ARCA Menards Series last year.
Now Self has his sights set on bringing home that elusive title.
He's driven the No. 25 Sinclair Lubricants Toyota to a win, a
runner-up and two fifth-place finishes, which has allowed him to
maintain a 10+ points lead in the standings.
His Venturini Motorsports teammate Chandler Smith is the defending
race winner. By virtue of his win in the No. 20 JBL Audio Toyota at
Phoenix Raceway in March, the 18-year-old from Talking Rock, Georgia,
also leads the Sioux Chief Showdown standings.
Ty Gibbs is coming off wins in his last two times in a race car: at
Ohio's Toledo Speedway for the ARCA Menards Series East and this past
weekend in the ARCA Menards Series at Pocono Raceway. He led 146 laps at
Lucas Oil last year before getting clipped battling for the lead and
eventually finishing 15th in the rain-shortened race.
RACING REFERENCE: Previous
ARCA Menards races at Lucas Oil | ARCA
Menards Drivers at Lucas Oil | 2020
ARCA Menards Series Standings | 2020
Sioux Chief Showdown Standings
Lucas Oil Raceway, Indianapolis, Ind.
Friday, July 3, 2020
8 p.m. ET
MAVTV and TrackPass on NBC Gold (live), 8 p.m. ET
0.686-mile paved oval
Friday, July 3 -- Garage opens: 10:30 a.m. ET;
Practice: 3:30-4:15 p.m.; General Tire Pole Award Qualifying:
5:45 p.m.; Calypso
Lemonade 200: 8 p.m.
@LucasOilRaceway, @ARCA_Racing, @NASCARRoots
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CREW CHIEF HANDOUT: The starting field for the Calypso
Lemonade 200 is limited to 35, including provisional positions.
The first 24 cars in the field will be set two-lap qualifying for the Calypso
Lemonade 200. The remaining spots will be awarded through the
provisional process. This event will be run under the 2020 ARCA Menards
Series rules, procedures, regulations and specifications.
QUALIFYING: Two consecutive laps qualifying. No adjustments or
repairs may be made on car after taking the green flag at Start/Finish
line. All cars must make a qualifying attempt, and all drivers must
practice before they can qualify.
RACE PIT STOP: No adding or moving tires to or from pit box once race
has started. A maximum four (4) crew members may service car. No tires
and fuel may be added outside of the break.
The Calypso Lemonade 200 will
be 200 laps (137 miles) and is to be run in three (3) segments. The race
will have the first break, at or near the conclusion of Lap 70. The
race will have the second break, at or near the conclusion of Lap 140.
At the conclusion of the break(s), vehicles will line up in the order
they were running at the beginning of the break.
The maximum tire allotment available for this event is as
follows: Per ARCA Rulebook, maximum number of tires allowed in pit box
for use in race is six (6).
SPEEDWAY UPDATE---JULY 2, 2020
Toledo: Today, July 2, The Lucas
County Health Department has informed us that per the Ohio Department of
Health, no spectators are permitted at speedways in the State of Ohio at
the present time; hence, we cannot open with spectators. A re-opening
plan has been submitted to the Lucas County Health officials. We are
also remaining in contact with both the city of Toledo and the Lucas
County Board of Commissioners.
Based on this information and directive,
the Friday, July 17 Toledo event has been cancelled.
Flat Rock: On June 30, the
Governor of the State of Michigan announced that the area which includes
Flat Rock Speedway would remain in Phase 4, which allows for a maximum
gathering of 100. The Monroe County Health Department has directed us to
follow the Governor's guidelines and orders.
With that announcement, the Saturday,
July 11 and Saturday, July 18 events at Flat Rock Speedway have been
IF we get to Phase 5, we will provide as much notice as possible prior
to the first race date, and we will schedule practice days prior to the
We have been in contact on a weekly basis with the Monroe County Health
Department and have submitted a plan to the Health Department for
re-opening the track. The Monroe County Sheriff's Department and Ash
Township have also been contacted regarding the re-opening Flat Rock
It is not financially feasible for us to conduct racing events until we
are permitted to have at least a reasonable percentage of our overall
seating capacity in attendance.
If we are given clearance to begin racing, we will revise both schedules
as needed and post them as soon as possible.
We are aware there are other tracks in operation; we are following both
the state and local orders that have been communicated directly to us at
this point at both tracks.
Please check back with us at our websites for further updates.
ARCA Menards Series & Sprints To Race Friday At
Lucas Oil Raceway
Discounted Tickets Available at Indy-area Menards
For the first time since early March, the ARCA Menards Series is inviting
fans to attend this Friday's Calypso Lemonade 200 at Lucas Oil Raceway in
Brownsburg, Indiana. The July 3 event will also feature Non-Wing Sprint Cars
and a fireworks display to the delight of families.
Per the guidance of the Indiana Governor’s Office, race fans
are allowed to attend the race under the healthcare and safety protocol
established for the event. Under Stage 4, state guidelines allow raceways to
operate at 50 percent capacity. With Lucas Oil Raceway’s large grandstands,
tickets will be available at the gate as well as the advance sale discounted
ones at Indianapolis are Menards stores.
After only four races this year, Michael Self, of Park City,
UT leads the standings by just 13 markers. Self won the season opening race
at Daytona, finished second at Phoenix and fifth at Talladega and Pocono.
Self was runner-up in the 2019 standings, winning four races.
Second in points is Drew Dollar, a teenage driver from
Atlanta, GA. Dollar has a win this season at Talladega, a third at Daytona,
and a sixth at Pococo. He is driving for the Venturini Motorsports team that
Christian Eckes claimed the championship with in 2019.
Many will be watching the young lady who enters Lucas Oil
Raceway third in the standings, Hailie Deegan. The 18-year old is off to a
great start with a second place finish at Daytona and has rolled triple 7’s
at the three races since. Deegan is racing as a series regular for the first
The second division of on-track action will be the Non-Wing
Sprint Cars. The race is expected to see a solid field, running under the
direction of staff from Anderson Speedway, who runs a number of events with
the cars, including the Little 500. Non-wing sprints had an event at the
track a couple weeks ago and drew a solid field of 25+ cars.
Friday night’s action will culminate with a holiday firework
display, which is rare this year with a large number of cancellations
throughout the country.
Indianapolis area Menards stores are offering fans the chance
to “Save Big Money” on advance tickets. Fans can save $10 off the price of
gate admission by visiting one of 21 participating Menards locations in
central Indiana. Tickets will also be available at the gate on raceday.
The Friday night, July 3 racing program will feature ARCA
Menards Series practice at 3:30, Sprint Car practice/qualifying at 4:20,
Sprint Car heats at 5:15, General Tire Pole Qualifying for ARCA at 5:45, the
Sprint feature at 6:30, and the Calypso Lemonade 200 at 8 pm ET. The holiday
weekend kickoff event will conclude with a huge fireworks show.
More information on the event can be found by visiting
TONY HULMAN CLASSIC CELEBRATES 50 YEARS JULY 1ST AT TERRE
HAUTE ACTION TRACK
By: Richie Murray – USAC Media
Terre Haute, Indiana (June 25, 2020)………Few events on the USAC
calendar have a history as rich or has the longevity of the Tony Hulman
Classic at western Indiana’s legendary Terre Haute Action Track.
The milestone 50th annual running of the Scott’s Custom
Colors Tony Hulman Classic arrives at the Wabash Valley Fairgrounds
half-mile on Wednesday night, July 1 with the USAC AMSOIL Sprint Car
National Championship. It’s an event that boasts a venerable cast of
characters who’ve held the coveted rifle in victory lane each year since
1971. The Scott’s Custom Colors DIRTcar Modifieds will also be in action.
Just last year, the ultimate ironman of the series, Chase
Stockon (Fort Branch, Ind.), broke through to capture his first win in the
Tony Hulman Classic.
The win gave the veteran driver, who grew up in nearby
Sullivan, Ind., the rare trifecta at Terre Haute by winning the “big three”
USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car races in his career: the Don Smith Classic,
the Jim Hurtubise Classic and the Hulman Classic, an exemplary feat that
only he and Chris Windom (Canton, Ill.) have accomplished in their careers.
Stockon has been consistently consistent, so to speak, at the
Hulman Classic in recent years with a 5th in 2014, then stringing together a
current run of top-five finishes in each of his past three starts in the
event: a 3rd in 2017, a 5th in 2018 and a victory in 2019. Again, he and
Windom are the only two drivers in that club as well with Windom notching
five top-fives in a row: a 2nd in 2015, a 5th in 2016, 2nd again in 2017,
4th in 2018 and another 2nd in 2019 at the Hulman Classic.
Windom (Canton, Ill.) leads all expected entrants with four
career USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car feature wins at Terre Haute. The
2017 USAC National Sprint Car champ has also tasted victory with the USAC
Silver Crown division at Terre Haute in the 2017 Sumar Classic. At the
Hulman, though, his prowess dates back more than a decade with a 5th place
run in 2009. In 2011, he became the youngest ever Hulman Classic winner at
the age of 20, a record still stands to this day.
Cary Faas (1992-94-98) and Levi Jones (2005-08-09) are the
only three-time winners of the Hulman Classic. Dave Darland (Lincoln, Ind.)
is among those who have two wins to their credit. His first Hulman Classic
win in 1993 proved to be monumental as it was the first career USAC victory
for the Triple Crown champ who’d ultimately become the series’ winningest
driver with 62. He’d win again 21 years later in 2014. He’s started more
Hulman Classics than any other driver (24) and has finished nearly half of
them (10) inside the top-five: 1st (1993 & 2014), 2nd (1992), 3rd
(1997-2010-2015), 4th (1996) and 5th (1995-2013-2017).
Kevin Thomas Jr. (Cullman, Ala.) won the 2017 running of the
Tony Hulman Classic and has had his share of front running efforts over the
past decade in the event with runner-up results in both 2014 and 2018. He
also won once more at Terre Haute back in 2013 during Indiana Sprint Week in
a tenacious last lap battle with Darland. In the 2019 event, KTJ won his
heat race and was running seventh in the feature when he suffered a
mechanical failure, which forced him to drop out and finish 18th.
Brady Bacon (Broken Arrow, Okla.) recorded the fastest time
ever by a USAC Sprint Car at Terre Haute in 2014, a 19.225 second lap around
the half-mile. The two-time USAC National Sprint Car champion (2014 & 2016)
and two-time Terre Haute USAC Sprint winner (2014 & 2018) is also seeking a
first Hulman Classic triumph after four career top-four runs: 2nd (2013),
3rd (2014) and 4th (2016-2017). He finished 6th in 2019.
C.J. Leary (Greenfield, Ind.) was the fastest qualifier at
the Hulman Classic in 2019 at 19.750 sec. but has yet to record a top-five
finish in his Hulman Classic career. The defending USAC AMSOIL National
Sprint Car champion knows how to get around the place as evidenced by his
2016 Silver Crown score at the Terre Haute Action Track. His ninth-place
finish in last year’s Hulman Classic was a rare aberration outside the
top-five all season. He was running fourth with eight laps remaining when
his right rear tire went flat. After swapping it out for new rubber, Leary
stormed from the back of the pack to finish just inside the top-ten.
Like Leary, Justin Grant (Ione, Calif.) is a past Silver
Crown winner at Terre Haute, capturing the headlines in a 2018 victory
there. The current USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car point leader finally
broke through in a USAC Sprint Car at Terre Haute in the series’ most recent
trip there in September 2019. His lone top-five in the Hulman Classic also
came a year ago, a 5th in 2019.
One-time USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car winner Carson Short
(Marion, Ill.) just recently became a first-time World of Outlaws NOS Energy
Drink Sprint Car winner on June 19 at Tri-State Speedway in Haubstadt, Ind.,
the same location as his USAC win as well. In last year’s Hulman Classic,
Short won his heat race and started the feature from the pole position. He
was running 7th in the feature nearing midway when his car stopped on the
track. Once he restarted, he brought himself back to an 8th place result at
Shane Cottle (Kansas, Ill.) has had a long successful career
that has taken him to the pinnacle of victory lane with all three of USAC’s
National divisions. His run of Hulman Classic successes has been steady and
consistent over the last 14 years with four career top-fives in the event: a
best of 3rd in 2018 came following a pair of 4th place finishes (2006 &
2012), plus a 5th (2011).
Pits open at 3pm Eastern, grandstands at 4pm and hot laps at
6:30pm. Tickets are on sale now exclusively at
www.usactickets.com but tickets will also
be available at the gate on raceday.
Adult grandstands tickets are $25 while children age 11 and under are free.
Adult infield tickets are just $15. Pit passes for members are $30 for
members and $35 for non-members. The Scott's Custom Colors DIRTcar
Modifieds are also on agenda for the evening.
All USAC National events can be seen LIVE exclusively on
USAC AMSOIL SPRINT CAR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS:
1-Justin Grant-368, 2-Chris Windom-353, 3-Brady Bacon-344,
4-C.J. Leary-320, 5-Kevin Thomas Jr.-291, 6-Chase Stockon-283, 7-Carson
Short-270, 8-Logan Seavey-253, 9-Dave Darland-234, 10-Robert Ballou-207.
2019 TONY HULMAN CLASSIC RESULTS:
FAST QUALIFIER: 1. C.J. Leary, 19AZ,
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Robert Ballou, Kevin Thomas Jr. & Carson
FEATURE: (30 laps, starting position in parentheses) 1. Chase
Stockon (2), 2. Chris Windom (5), 3. Tyler Courtney (4), 4. Robert Ballou
(7), 5. Justin Grant (10), 6. Brady Bacon (3), 7. Jason McDougal (11), 8.
Carson Short (1), 9. C.J. Leary (6), 10. Isaac Chapple (16), 11. Bill Balog
(9), 12. Chad Boespflug (14), 13. Brandon Mattox (13), 14. Brian VanMeveren
(15), 15. Steve Thomas (18), 16. Paul May (17), 17. Nate McMillin (12), 18.
Kevin Thomas, Jr. (8), 19. Eric Perrott (19), 20. Tye Mihocko (20). NT
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-30 Chase Stockon
TONY HULMAN CLASSIC WINNERS:
1971: George Snider
1972: Bruce Walkup
1973: Joe Saldana
1974: Gary Bettenhausen
1975: Pancho Carter
1976: Jan Opperman
1977: James McElreath
1978: Dick Tobias
1979: Pancho Carter
1980: Eddie Leavitt
1981: Sheldon Kinser
1982: Chet Johnson
1983: Jack Hewitt
1984: Rick Hood
1985: Ron Shuman
1986: Rich Vogler
1987: Steve Butler
1988: Steve Butler
1989: Rich Vogler
1990: Jeff Bloom
1991: Eric Gordon
1992: Cary Faas
1993: Dave Darland
1994: Cary Faas
1995: Jack Hewitt
1996: Doug Kalitta
1997: J.J. Yeley
1998: Cary Faas
1999: Terry Pletch
2000: Jay Drake
2001: Tracy Hines
2002: Jon Stanbrough
2003: J.J. Yeley
2004: Cory Kruseman
2005: Levi Jones
2006: Daron Clayton
2007: Jon Stanbrough
2008: Levi Jones
2009: Levi Jones
2010: Jerry Coons Jr.
2011: Chris Windom
2012: Bud Kaeding
2013: Jerry Coons Jr.
2014: Dave Darland
2015: Robert Ballou
2016: Robert Ballou
2017: Kevin Thomas Jr.
2018: Tyler Courtney
2019: Chase Stockon
TERRE HAUTE ACTION TRACK USAC SPRINT CAR WINS: (162 Points
Races & 1 Special Event)
1. (8) Gary Bettenhausen & Jack Hewitt
3. (6) Bubby Jones, Sheldon Kinser & J.J. Yeley
6. (5) Jim Hurtubise, Levi Jones, Jon Stanbrough & Rich
10. (4) Bud Kaeding, Roger McCluskey & Chris Windom
13. (3) Don Branson, Steve Butler, Pancho Carter, Daron
Clayton, Jerry Coons, Jr, Tyler Courtney, Jay Drake, Cary Faas, Tracy Hines,
Rick Hood, Joe Saldana & Chase Stockon
25. (2) Brady Bacon, Robert Ballou, Rollie Beale, Tom
Bigelow, Dave Darland, Cory Kruseman, Johnny Rutherford, Dick Tobias, Kevin
Thomas, Jr., Bruce Walkup & Greg Weld
36. (1) Billy Cassella, Steve Chassey, Bryan Clauson, Mel
Cornett, Larry Dickson, Ed Elisian, Tony Elliott, Aaron Farney, A.J. Foyt,
Justin Grant, Richard Griffin, Chuck Gurney, Tommy Hinnershitz, Tray House,
Chet Johnson, Tony Jones, Doug Kalitta, Frankie Kerr, Steve Kinser, Eddie
Leavitt, Andy Linden, Bobby Marshman, Charlie Masters, Rusty McClure, James
McElreath, Jim McElreath, Jim McWithey, Jan Opperman, Terry Pletch, Larry
Rice, Eddie Sachs, Sam Sessions, Ron Shuman, George Snider, Robbie Stanley,
Brad Sweet, Kevin Thomas & Bobby Unser
TERRE HAUTE ACTION TRACK USAC SPRINT CAR WINNERS:
1957: Ed Elisian (6/16) & Andy Linden (8/18)
1958: Eddie Sachs (6/22) & Tommy Hinnershitz (8/17)
1959: Don Branson (6/21) & Jim McWithey (8/16)
1960: Don Branson (6/12) & Jim Hurtubise (8/21)
1961: Jim Hurtubise (6/11) & Jim Hurtubise (8/13)
1962: Jim Hurtubise (6/17) & Jim Hurtubise (8/12)
1963: Roger McCluskey (6/16) & Bobby Marshman (8/11)
1964: A.J. Foyt (6/14) & Don Branson (8/9)
1965: Johnny Rutherford (6/13) & Johnny Rutherford (8/15)
1966: Roger McCluskey (6/19), Roger McCluskey (6/19) & Roger
1967: Bobby Unser (6/11), Greg Weld (6/11), Rollie Beale
(8/13) & Greg Weld (9/10)
1968: Gary Bettenhausen (6/16), Larry Dickson (8/11) & Gary
1969: Gary Bettenhausen (8/10) & Gary Bettenhausen (10/19)
1970: Jim McElreath (6/21), Dick Tobias (8/9) & Bruce Walkup
1971: George Snider (5/1) & Gary Bettenhausen (8/8)
1972: Bruce Walkup (4/30), Charlie Masters (6/11) & Rollie
1973: Joe Saldana (5/5), Mel Cornett (6/9) 7 Sammy Sessions
1974: Gary Bettenhausen (4/14) & Sheldon Kinser (8/4)
1975: Pancho Carter (5/4), Joe Saldana (6/1), Gary
Bettenhausen (8/3) & Tom Bigelow (9/21)
1976: Jan Opperman (5/1), Tom Bigelow (6/6), Gary
Bettenhausen (8/1) & Chuck Gurney (10/31)
1977: James McElreath (5/7), Sheldon Kinser (6/5), Bubby
Jones (7/31) & Pancho Carter (9/25)
1978: Dick Tobias (5/6), Billy Cassella (6/4) & Bubby Jones
1979: Pancho Carter (5/5), Bubby Jones (5/6), Bubby Jones
(6/3), Bubby Jones (8/5) & Bubby Jones (9/23)
1980: Eddie Leavitt (5/3), Steve Chassey (5/4), Joe Saldana
(6/29), Rich Vogler (8/3) & Rich Vogler (9/21)
1981: Sheldon Kinser (5/3), Rich Vogler (8/9) & Sheldon
1982: Chet Johnson (5/9), Sheldon Kinser (6/20), Steve Kinser
(8/8) & Larry Rice (9/5)
1983: Jack Hewitt (5/8), Rich Vogler (6/19) & Jack Hewitt
1984: Rick Hood (6/10) & Steve Butler (8/26)
1985: Ron Shuman (5/5), Rick Hood (6/9) & Rick Hood (8/25)
1986: Rich Vogler (5/4) & Sheldon Kinser (8/3)
1987: Steve Butler (5/3) & Steve Butler (5/23)
1990: Jack Hewitt (7/8)
1991: Jack Hewitt (7/7)
1992: Rusty McClure (7/12) & Cary Faas (10/11)
1993: Dave Darland (5/2) & Robbie Stanley (7/11)
1994: Cary Faas (5/1) & Tray House (7/17)
1995: Jack Hewitt (4/30) & Jack Hewitt (7/16)
1996: Doug Kalitta (5/12), Kevin Thomas (7/12) & Jack Hewitt
1997: J.J. Yeley (6/27), J.J. Yeley (7/23) & Jack Hewitt
1998: Cary Faas (5/29) & Tony Elliott (8/14)
1999: Tracy Hines (5/8), Tony Jones (6/17), Jerry Coons, Jr.
(6/18), Frankie Kerr (6/19) & Terry Pletch (7/21)
2000: Jay Drake (6/15), Richard Griffin (6/16), Jay Drake
(6/18) & Jay Drake (7/28)
2001: Tracy Hines (5/19), Bud Kaeding (10/20) & Bud Kaeding
2002: Jon Stanbrough (5/11), Cory Kruseman (7/27) & J.J.
2003: J.J. Yeley (5/17), Tracy Hines (7/26), J.J. Yeley (8/14
Special Event) & J.J. Yeley (10/4)
2004: Cory Kruseman (5/22), J.J. Yeley (7/24) & Bud Kaeding
2005: Levi Jones (7/22), Levi Jones (9/30) & Levi Jones
2006: Daron Clayton (10/6) & Daron Clayton (10/7)
2007: Jon Stanbrough (5/19)
2008: Levi Jones (5/22)
2009: Levi Jones (5/21), Brad Sweet (7/15) & Jon Stanbrough
2010: Jerry Coons, Jr. (5/27), Jon Stanbrough (7/14) & Jon
2011: Chris Windom (7/13) & Chris Windom (9/10)
2012: Bud Kaeding (5/24), Daron Clayton (7/18) & Chase
2013: Kevin Thomas, Jr. (7/17) & Jerry Coons, Jr. (8/31)
2014: Dave Darland (5/21), Bryan Clauson (7/16) & Brady Bacon
2015: Aaron Farney (7/15) & Robert Ballou (9/18)
2016: Robert Ballou (5/25), Chase Stockon (7/17) & Chris
2017: Chris Windom (9/15) & Kevin Thomas, Jr. (10/14)
2018: Tyler Courtney (5/23), Tyler Courtney (7/25) & Brady
2019: Chase Stockon (5/22), Tyler Courtney (7/24) & Justin
TERRE HAUTE ACTION TRACK USAC NATIONAL SPRINT CAR TRACK
1 Lap: 5/21/2014 - Brady Bacon - 19.225- 93.628 mph
4 Laps: 5/4/1986 - Larry Gates - 1:36.18 - 74.860 mph
6 Laps: 5/17/2003 - Kurt Gross - 2:07.21 - 84.899 mph
8 Laps: 10/12/2012 - Hunter Schuerenberg - 2:39.40 - 90.339
10 Laps: 6/17/2000 - Jon Stanbrough - 3:29.13 - 86.071 mph
12 Laps: 9/10/2011 - Jon Stanbrough - 4:02.90 - 88.925 mph
30 Laps: 5/29/1998 - Cary Faas - 10:56.90 - 82.204 mph
40 Laps: 5/4/1975 - Pancho Carter - 15:52.96 - 75.554 mph
50 Laps: 8/13/1967 - Rollie Beale - 22:41.72 - 66.093 mph
Tickets Are on Sale Now for Opening Round
Of USAC Indiana Sprint Week
On Friday, July 24 at Gas City I-69
GAS CITY, Ind., July 1 – Tickets are now
on sale for the opening round of the 33rd annual NOS
Energy Drink USAC Indiana Sprint Week, which will be
held at Gas City I-69 Speedway on Friday, July 24.
Advance ticket demand is expected to be
at an all-time high for the biggest week of non-wing
sprint car racing in the country, especially with crowd
limitations due to COVID-19. Fans are urged to get their
tickets as soon as possible online at
There is no guarantee of ticket sales at the gate for
this show, which will feature the USAC AMSOIL National
Sprint Car Series and non-wing 600cc micro-sprints.
To help facilitate the purchase of
tickets and pit pass upgrades and comply with state
requirements, fans are urged to purchase tickets at
immediately. Tickets are $25 each, with children 12 and
under admitted free. Pit pass upgrades are an additional
$5 for adult ticket purchases.
Fans purchasing online tickets will be
admitted starting at 3 p.m., one hour prior to those who
buy any “walk-up” tickets that might remain available on
race day. To purchase tickets, go to
and select the Gas City I-69 Speedway event.
Early entry will give fans the chance to
put their blankets or seat cushions on their seats and
then visit the pit area for a $5 pit pass upgrade.
Hot laps are slated for 6:30 p.m. with
racing at 7:30 p.m.
The speedway offers free on-site camping
(no hookups) and parking for those attending the event.
At last year’s Indiana Sprint Week race
at Gas City popular veteran Shane Cottle of Kansas, Ill.
took the lead on the last lap and nipped eventual 2019
USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car Champion C.J. Leary of
Greenfield, Ind. at the finish line in one of the
closest finishes in USAC sprint car history. Cottle’s
margin of victory was 0.002 of a second over Leary, who
went on to win the 2019 Indiana Sprint Week title.
Devan Myers of Delphi, Ind. won last
year’s micro-sprint feature that night.
The Indiana Sprint Week show is just one
event in an action-packed month at Gas City I-69
Speedway, which is an easy drive from either
Indianapolis or Fort Wayne.
The track will be dark over the Fourth of
July holiday, but Friday, July 10 is the “Mid-Season
Championship,” which will award double points. Non-wing
sprint cars, modifieds, USAC Midwest Thunder SpeeD2
midgets, street stocks and hornets will provide the
action when hot laps begin at 6:30 p.m. and the races
start an hour later.
Friday, July 17 will be the popular
“Beach Night Bash” featuring modifieds, Tony Stewart’s
All Star Circuit of Champions TQ midgets, hornets, and
the Dirt Track Truck Series.
The complete schedule is on the track’s
website at GasCityI69Speedway.com. Fans and competitors
can also follow it on Twitter: @GasCitySpeedway;
Instagram: @GasCitySpeedway and Facebook:
Gas City I-69 Speedway is located on
State Road 22, approximately a half-mile west of I-69,
ENERGY DRINK USAC NATIONAL MIDGET SERIES. . . .
TO GRANDVIEW SPEEDWAY WITH KEN BRENN MIDGET MASTERS &
358 MODIFIEDS ON TUESDAY NIGHT AUGUST 4
BECHTELSVILLE, PA JULY 1, 2020 . . . . . The
fans asked for it and the USAC Midgets are returning to
Energy Drink USAC National Midget Series will be part of
the NAPA Auto Parts Thunder on the Hill Racing Series
Tuesday night, August 4 with the 2nd Annual Ken Brenn
Midget Masters 30 joined by the NASCAR 358 Modifieds in
a big double-header at Grandview Speedway. The
midgets have a long and rich history at Grandview and
many say, the Grandview Speedway in Bechtelsville, PA is
the perfect track for the midgets. Last years’ event
proved that as Chris Windom took the win over team mate
Tyler “Sunshine” Courtney in a thriller.
special night is being dedicated to Ken Brenn, an
individual with a reputation rich in midget history and
someone who once promoted midget racing at Grandview.
Ken Brenn is an absolute “class act” and has been part
of the local racing fabric for many years, enjoying
much success as a modified car owner and a prior
promoter of the Bridgeport Speedway. Some other
surprises are being arranged as we honor Ken who is
planning to be at this event and drop the first green
flag of the night!
2020 USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget Series is
highlighted as Grandview Speedway opens the
Pennsylvania Midget Speed Week that will include five
consecutive nights of racing.
trials and qualifying events will lead up to the Ken
Brenn Midget Masters 30 lap feature event paying $3,500
to the winner.
Modifieds will play an equally important part of this
event with qualifying and a 30 lap feature that will
$3,000 to the winner. Ryan Watt is hot off a Thunder
on the Hill victory Tuesday night when he thrilled fans
taking the win over a four car race for top spot. Jeff
Strunk, Duane Howard, Craig VonDohren, Rick Laubach,
Doug Manmiller, Brett Kressley, Kevin Hirthler to name
Tuesday night, August 4 Ken Brenn Midget Masters and 358
NASCAR Modified double-header will get underway at 7:30
PM with gates opening at 5 PM. Low, Down & Dirty is
already hard at work planning the pre-race Meet and
Greet. Some expected USAC Midget entries include Chris
Windom, Tyler Courtney, Buddy Kofoid, Tanner Thorson,
Cannon McIntosh, Tanner Carrick, Justin Grant and Cole
Bodine just to name a few.
admission tickets are $28, Children 6 to 11 are $10,
Children 5 and under will be admitted free. The pit fee
is $40 and a license is not required. Advance tickets
are available by calling 443 513 4456. Please speak
clearly and provide your first and last name and the
number of tickets you need. Tickets may be paid for and
picked up at the WILL CALL window on race night. We
ask that you please bring exact change. Advance ticket
holders may enter the grandstands at 4:30 PM. Advance
tickets orders will only be taken up to the day before
the race. We apologize, but advance tickets will NOT be
available on race day.
conditions and requirements under the COVID-19 situation
are ever changing and we will provide updates as we
approach race night. To offer the safest possible
conditions for our fans, competitors, officials, safety
crew and track employees, we are making the following
bring exact change when purchasing general admission
tickets or pit passes.
advise that you wear a face mask, although not
possible, especially when standing in line, practice
social distancing and be consideration of the
individuals around you.
as much as we want you to join us, if you are not
feeling well, please do not attend.
Thunder on the Hill Race Dates:
Tuesday, August 4 THUNDER ON THE HILL RACING SERIES 7:30
USAC National Midgets Ken Brenn
Midget Masters & 358 Modifieds*
Thursday, August 27 THUNDER ON THE HILL RACING SERIES
Tony Stewart's All Star
Circuit of Champions 410 Sprints & 358 Modifieds"
Saturday, October 17 THUNDER ON THE HILL RACING SERIES 6
MODS AT THE MADHOUSE Trick or
Treat Triple 20's & Sportsman
GPS USERS: 43 Passmore
Road, Bechtelsville, PA 19505
Located less than a mile
off Route 100, 10 miles north of Pottstown, PA
Thunder on the Hill
Racing Series Phone: 443-513-4456
AUTO SPEEDWAY MOURNS THE PASSINGS OF SPRINT CAR FAN
SHAWN McDONALD AND PASSCAR DRIVER BRYAN McWILLIAMS
CA, June 30, 2020) Perris Auto Speedway promoter Don
Kazarian and the entire PAS staff is mourning the deaths
of the “World’s #1 Sprint Car Fan,” Shawn McDonald, and
past PASSCAR driver Bryan McWilliams. McDonald passed
away early Monday morning and McWilliams passed away
late last week.
was a longtime fan who sat upfront in his wheelchair
just to the turn four side of the start-finish line.
McWilliams had a brief career racing PASSCAR Factory
Stocks. Afterward, he was a fixture at the track
cheering on his nephew Ken McWilliams and niece Alyssa
Smith from the grandstands or helping them in the pits.
one of the world’s greatest sprint car fans today,” a
somber Don Kazarian said on Monday. “Everybody at the
track knew and loved Shawn. Fans came by to greet him
at every sprint car race in the section of the
grandstand that is named after him. It was a yearly
tradition for fans to serenade him on his birthday.
Once the races were over, he would visit the pits and
win or lose, the drivers would stop what they were doing
to go over and talk to him. They loved him and
likewise, he loved them back.”
a video of the Perris Auto Speedway fans singing “Happy
Birthday” to Shawn McDonald in 2008.
Kazarian named McDonald “Grand Marshal” for the Oval
Nationals, which is the most prestigious traditional
sprint car race in the nation. Normally the selection
process for that honor takes some time and some
arguing. That was not the case the season McDonald was
year we sit around a table in the meeting room in the
office and everyone throws out names on who they think
the Grand Marshal should be,” Kazarian said. “We go
back and forth explaining why this person or that person
should be the choice. It usually takes a couple of
weeks before the final decision is made. In 2013, we
were having the discussion, and somebody threw Shawn’s
name into the mix. The decision-making process ended
right there and then. Everyone agreed that he would be
the Grand Marshal that year.”
30, 1996, McDonald had surgery to insert a pacemaker.
During the surgery, his heart stopped beating and it
took doctors 45-minutes to get it restarted. The lack
of oxygen caused a brain injury that left him unable to
walk, talk or eat. And doctors initially said he would
not last the night. He not only made it through the
night, but he tacked on another amazing 24-years.
Kearns, the USAC West Coast Competition Director and a
friend of McDonald’s, perhaps summed it up best when
talking about him on Facebook last week.
anyone complains about ANYTHING, think of this guy,”
Kearns posted. “He is an absolute inspiration, and
honestly I feel he is the true meaning of a hero. I have
never in my life seen someone that has endured and lost
SO MUCH yet have such an incredible spirit. He has a
better attitude, personality, and sense of humor than
anyone I've ever met. I'm sure Rickie Gaunt and everyone
else would admit, Shawn
the real Superman. I have to confess, when I saw him at
the races, the first thing I thought is, ‘Oh shit, Shawn
has his computer screen’. For those that don't know, he
is also the best shit talker I have ever encountered!”
McWilliams did not race a lot,” Kazarian said of the
PASSCAR racer. “However, before he started and after he
quit racing, he was always there to support his family
in any way he could. We would see him in the pits
helping with their cars. At other times in the press
box, we would look down and he would be cheering them on
from the stands. He was easy to find as he always had a
big smile on his face and was always laughing. Just a
really good guy.”
ever seemed to get Bryan down,” longtime Perris Auto
Speedway announcer Scott Daloisio said. “He was always
very upbeat and loved being at the track. He always had
a friendly hello and a big handshake. After you got
past the greetings the laughs would start. It was fun
seeing him before the races because he was always so
happy. Racing was a natural thing for him to try with
the racing heritage of his family. Whether it was
competing, helping, or watching, he always had a good
time. A lot of people on both sides of the crashwall
are going to miss Bryan in a big way.”
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DCRP vs. URSS Sprint Car Clash Thursday
at Dodge City Raceway Park!
Wheatley, DODGE CITY, Kan. (June 29, 2020) – The battle
lines have been drawn.
all goes down Thursday night atop the 3/8-mile Dodge
City Raceway Park clay oval in southwest Kansas when the
top Sprint Car drivers throughout the region face off to
vie for a boosted winner’s share of $1,000.
Thursday’s tilt pits the Hambelton Racing DCRP Sprint
Cars versus the United Rebel Sprint Series. It is also
a full night of championship chase action for the IMCA
Modifieds, IMCA Sport Modifieds, IMCA Stock Cars and
IMCA Hobby Stocks.
total, the Sprint Car Clash purse has been boosted by
$1,000. While the winner receives $1,000, the runner-up
will pocket $700 with start money at $125.
Thursday’s racing action will go green at 7:30 p.m.
the second round of action for the Hambelton Racing DCRP
Sprint Cars after past track champion Taylor Velasquez
of Turpin, OK, dominated the June 20 season opener.
Velasquez took the checkered flag ahead of Great Bend’s
Zach Blurton, who battled past Jordan Knight in the
closing rounds for runner-up honors with defending track
champion Luke Cranston and Ty Williams filling out the
initial top five.
Velasquez stands as the winningest driver in the DCRP
Sprint Car ranks with 13 triumphs since the 2012 season.
Meanwhile, Blurton has the hot hand among the URSS
forces. Blurton swept through this past weekend’s pair
of events to run his season total to three victories as
he took over the series points lead. Other URSS winners
this season include 16-year-old Kyler Johnson, Jed
Werner and Koby Walters.
Graduating from the Sport Modifieds, Dakota Sproul made
the most of his first IMCA Modified start at DCRP by
racing to victory lane on June 20 with Brandon Kenny
jumping atop the early IMCA Sport Modified point charts
and the father-son duo of Troy and Tathan Burkhart both
triumphant in the opening leg of IMCA Stock Car and IMCA
Hobby Stok action, respectively.
admission tickets for Thursday’s Sprint Car Clash are
just $12 for adults while children 11 and under are
admitted free when accompanied by an adult. Pit passes
delayed start to the 2020 season, the 3/8-mile Dodge
City Raceway Park clay oval is slated for 10 nights of
action along with another six Sunday cards atop 1/7-mile
Little DCRP clay oval.
schedule information is available at
City Raceway Park is located on the south edge of Dodge
City, KS, on US 283, then 0.9 miles west on US 56, then
0.1 miles south. For more information, contact the
track at 620-225-3277 or check
Entry Forms Available for Lubbock Wrecker
Service DCRP 305 Sprint Car Nationals!
Wheatley, DODGE CITY, Kan. (June 26, 2020) – It’s less
than two months away. On August 20-22, Dodge City
Raceway Park is the scene of the Fourth Annual Lubbock
Wrecker Service DCRP 305 Sprint Car Nationals.
forms for the $3,000-to-win event are available at
submitted by August 13 are just $100 with a driver pit
pass of $20 per night. Entries submitted after August
13 are $150 with driver pit pass at $30 per night.
the posted winner’s share in the Saturday, August 22
finale is $3,000, it can climb to $4,500 with lap money
in the mix as well.
Jake Bubak, who collected more than $6,000 in winnings
last year after sweeping through the entire weekend.
Bubak battled through the pack to win both preliminary
features and then topped Saturday’s Dash for Cash to
earn the pole position and then held off a host of
contenders all 30 laps to complete a perfect weekend.
amends for a last-lap slider that fell short and allowed
Jake Martens to pocket more than $4,000 in the 2018
edition of the DCRP Sprint Car Nationals after Fort
Worth’s Kevin Ramey topped the inaugural edition in
year’s event fires off with the first of two preliminary
events on Thursday, August 20, with a second round of
preliminary action on Friday before culminating with
Saturday’s championship finale.
year’s DCRP Sprint Car Nationals will be accompanied by
the Seventh Annual IMCA Sport Modified Mayhem North vs.
South Duel. Thursday practice for the Sport Modifieds
will be followed by heat races and qualifying race
action on Friday and then the $1,500-to-win main event
on Saturday. The Kansas Antique Racers will be on hand
each night as well.
night of racing will fire off at 7:30 p.m.
to the Thursday and Friday preliminary events are only
$12 for each night with Saturday’s finale just $20 while
children eleven and under are free each night. Pit
passes are $30 for each night.
schedule information is available at
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City Raceway Park is located on the south edge of Dodge
City, KS, on US 283, then 0.9 miles west on US 56, then
0.1 miles south. For more information, contact the
track at 620-225-3277 or check
Expected to Tackle TBJ Promotions' Midget Round Up This Weekend
Inside Line Promotions - OWASSO, Okla. (June 30, 2020) - Approximately three
dozen elite midget racers will converge upon Airport Raceway this weekend for
the 5th annual Midget Round Up presented by Burtis Motor Company.
The dirt oval in Garden City, Kan., hosts the marquee TBJ Promotions event on
Friday and Saturday with two divisions of winged micro sprints also competing
"We're excited to showcase a great field of midget and micro sprint drivers
this weekend," TBJ Promotions Founder Tony Bruce Jr. said. "The Midget Round Up
has built on its success each year and we anticipate another stellar event
featuring great racing this weekend."
The POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget League and the Rocky Mountain Midget Racing
Association are sanctioning the midget competition with NOW600 Series Winged 'A'
Class micro sprints battling to win the Brandon Barbo Memorial. NOW600 Series
Restricted 'A Class micro sprints round out the program.
Tickets for the 5th annual Midget Round Up are $15 for adults on July 3 and
$20 on July 4. Children ages 12-years-old and younger get in free both nights.
The front gates are scheduled to open at 4 p.m. with racing at 7 p.m. each
There is limited reserved spectator parking at the track available. To
purchase a spot, call 620-287-3695.
TBJ Promotions would like to thank the Finney County Convention and Visitors
Bureau, Burtis Motor Company, Johnson Septic Tank Services, Jax Sports Grille,
Direct Fireworks, Maupin's Truck Service and Rapid Cost for their continued
support of the event.
Showcasing $2,000-to-Win Budweiser 360 Sprint Cars Event Via Pay-Per-View This
Inside Line Promotions - ALGER, Wash. (June 29, 2020) - Skagit Speedway is
offering its biggest payout of the season this Thursday when Budweiser 360
Sprint Cars will battle for a $2,000-to-win, $400-to-start event.
The 360 Sprint Car Independence Open marks the fifth straight week that the
division has invaded the oval as part of Thursday Night Thunder presented by the
Rayce Rudeen Foundation. Skagit Aggregates Modifieds, racing for $1,000 to win
thanks to support from Highline Performance, and Outlaw Tuners are also on this
week's program promoted by Funtime Promotions.
Racing continues to be participant only because of COVID-19, but Skagit
Speedway is offering a live video stream to watch all of the action. The race
can be viewed by visiting
The price for the Pay-Per-View is only $24.95, which is the cost of one adult
and one junior ticket at the track. Fans will need to visit the website and
create a profile to be able to view the race. Payment and viewing instructions
Devon Borden used a late-race pass last Thursday to become the fourth winner
in as many Budweiser 360 Sprint Cars races at Skagit Speedway this season. Eric
Fisher, Brock Lemley and Colton Heath also have victories.
Craig Moore and Tyson Blood have split the Skagit Aggregates Modifieds races
this year while James Bundy and Andrew Schukar each have an Outlaw Tuners
Qualifying is at 6:45 p.m. (Pacific) this Thursday with Opening Ceremonies at
7:30 p.m. and racing to follow.
The pit gates open at 3 p.m. with the drivers meeting at 6 p.m. Teams are
recommended to bring hand sanitizer and anyone entering the pit area should
follow the advised COVID-19 guidelines. If anyone is not feeling well or has a
high temperature please stay home.
UP NEXT -
Thursday during Thursday Night Thunder presented by the Rayce Rudeen
Foundation featuring Budweiser 360 Sprint Cars, Skagit Aggregates Modifieds and
410 SPRINTS & 358
MODIFIEDS HEADLINE THUNDER ON THE HILL. . . . . . .
DEWEASE, SWINDELL, ABREU, DIETRICH, WOLFE,
RAHMER, MARKS & OTHERS EYE $10,000 TO WIN HODNETT CUP AT GRANDVIEW SPEEDWAY
TUESDAY, JUNE 30 7:30 PM
A star-filled night is planned for Tuesday,
June 30 at the Grandview Speedway when the NAPA Auto Parts Thunder on the Hill
Racing Series presents the RED ROBIN 410 SPRINT SPEED WEEK $10,000 to win
Hodnett Cup. Joining the 410 Sprints will be the 358 NASCAR Modifieds. Gates
open at 5 PM with race time set for 7:30 PM Along with the rich payoff, this
race is dedicated to one of the all-time great Sprint Car drivers, Greg Hodnett
who lost his life in a racing accident in 2018. Hodnett is a six time Thunder
Series champion and a nine time feature winner at Grandview.
Some of the top 410 Sprint Car drivers in
country will be on the Hill at Grandview Tuesday night, including Lance Dewease,
a ten time Thunder on the Hill feature winner, just one win behind Billy Pauch,
the winningest sprint car driver at Grandview with eleven victories. Sammy
Swindell is expected to be in the field and his one and only Thunder on the Hill
victory came on May 29, 1996 in a World of Outlaws event. Always exciting,
Rico Abreu of Rutherford, CA is coming to the Hill to chase his first Thunder
win. Freddie Rahmer Jr, a one time winner at Grandview is always fast on the
high-banked one-third mile oval. Danny Dietrich, Lucas Wolfe, Brent Marks,
Ryan Smith, Anthony Macri and TJ Stutts are all contenders for the $10,000
Hodnett Cup prize.
Joining the high powered 410 Sprints will be
the always exciting 358 NASCAR Modifieds taking part in a series of qualifying
events leading up to the $3,000 to win 30 lap feature. Possible modified
entries include Craig VonDohren, Duane Howard, Mike Gular, Jeff Strunk, Doug
Manmiller and Ryan Watt.
Event sheets and payoff details for both the
410 Sprints and 358 Modifieds are posted on the website at
Grandstand admission for this event is $30 for adults, $10 for children 6 to 11
and kids five and under will be admitted for free. The Pit fee is $40 and a
license is not required.
Advance tickets for this event are available
by calling 443-513-4456. Please speak clearly, provide you first and last name
and the number of tickets you need. There is no need to leave your phone
number. Tickets may be paid for and picked up on race night at the Will Call
Window after 4:30 PM. With advance tickets, you may enter the grandstands
immediately after receiving your tickets. We do ask that you please bring
exact change. General admission tickets will go on sale at 5 PM.
The Thunder Series will continue on Tuesday
night, August 4 when the USAC National Midgets invade the Hill for the 2nd
Annual Ken Brenn Midget Masters also joined by the 358 NASCAR Modifieds with
action getting underway at 7:30 PM. On Thursday night, August 27, Tony
Stewart’s All Star Circuit of Champions 410 sprints will bring the party to the
Hill with the 358 NASCAR Modifieds being part of this double header on Levan
Machine & Truck Night at Grandview.
The Thunder Series will close out 2020 with
the Annual October Halloween event on Saturday night, October 17 with the Trick
or Treat Triple 20’s for 358 Modifieds joined by the Sportsman with a 6 PM
The conditions and requirements under the
COVID-19 situation are ever changing and we will provide updates as we approach
race night. To offer the safest possible conditions for our fans,
competitors, officials, safety crew and track employees, we are making the
Please bring exact change when purchasing
general admission tickets or pit passes.
We also advise that you wear a face mask,
although not mandatory.
When possible, especially when standing in
line, practice social distancing and be consideration of the individuals around
Also, as much as we want you to join us, if
you are not feeling well, please do not attend.
2020 marks the thirty-first season of the
Thunder on the Hill Racing Series at Grandview Speedway. Grandview Speedway is
a one-third mile high banked dirt oval located on Passmore Road, just off Route
100 in Bechtelsville, PA.
THUNDER ON THE HILL RACING SERIES SCHEDULE
Tuesday, June 30 THUNDER ON THE
HILL RACING SERIES 7:30 PM
Pennsylvania 410 Sprint Car Speed Week Hodnett Cup & 358 Modifieds*
Tuesday, August 4 THUNDER ON
THE HILL RACING SERIES 7:30 PM
USAC National Midgets Ken Brenn Midget Masters & 358 Modifieds*
Thursday, August 27 THUNDER ON
THE HILL RACING SERIES 7:30 PM
Levan Machine & Truck Presents:
Tony Stewart's All Star Circuit of Champions 410 Sprints & 358 Modifieds"
Saturday, October 17 THUNDER ON
THE HILL RACING SERIES 6 PM
MODS AT THE MADHOUSE Trick or Treat Triple 20's & Sportsman