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Thorson Thrills with 15th to 1st Charge at Shamrock Classic

Rich Forman

As Tanner Thorson recollected over his first three starts of the 2020 USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget season, one of his first thoughts was, "we should be three for three.
 
Instead, the 2016 series champ has had to settle for winning two out of three on the year thus far following Saturday night's Shamrock Classic victory at the Southern Illinois Center.  And like a common refrain from a song you might've heard in the past, 'two out of three ain't bad.'

 
After capturing a season opening victory in Ocala during February, then dominating the second night at Ocala until an engine issue stifled a surefire victory, Thorson entered the Shamrock Classic with a plan to return to his winning ways, but that plan and the confidence went slightly askew early in the evening.

 
"After the qualifier, I thought I was about to load this thing up and get out of here," Thorson admitted.  "This place has never been really too good to me."

 
Yet, Thorson and team remained tactful and honed in on the details that allowed him to drive from his 15th starting spot to victory lane, the furthest back in the field a winning driver has started with the series since himself, also from 15th at Lincoln Park Speedway in Putnamville, Ind. in June of 2019.

 
"We just kept at it all night," Thorson said.  "I was really fast the last time I was here and we kind of brought the same set up here, but it didn't work.  We just had to change some things and go through some stuff and it paid off."

 
In doing so, Thorson kept the streak intact of consecutive different USAC Midget winners to emerge at the Southern Illinois Center to nine and the run of different Shamrock Classic victors to five years running.

 
Furthermore, Thorson's 15th career series win elevated the Minden, Nev. driver to 46th all-time on the USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget feature win list, equaling him with Don Branson and Larry Rice. 

 
The resilient Thorson had unfinished business to attend to after missing last year's Shamrock Classic due to the serious injuries he suffered in a California highway crash.  His two most recent visits to the 1/6-mile dirt oval netted him a 7th place finish in 2016 and a 21st place result in 2017.

 
On Saturday, Thorson began his quest from the last quarter of the field while defending race winner Cannon McIntosh controlled the race from the front with series Rookie Buddy Kofoid in close quarters just behind in second.

 
On the 12th lap, leader McIntosh clipped the turn three infield berm, forcing him to check up and leave teammate Kofoid no room to maneuver and no time to react.  Kofoid tapped McIntosh's rear bumper as a result, sending himself into a spin toward the turn three outside wall and out of contention for the win.

 
The ensuing restart saw the infield berm rear its ugly head at the opposite end of the track for McIntosh on the lap 13 restart.  McIntosh clipped it with his left front, sliding him to a stop and collecting second running Courtney in the fracas, ending both racers their bid for a win on this night.

 
Nearing the midway point, 2018 Jason Leffler Memorial winner Tyler Thomas was the man on the move, sending it to third by Cole Bodine on the inside of turn three on lap 21 and to second underneath Jake Neuman on the 26th circuit.

 
With less than 20 to go, it was Thorson's turn to rise to the occasion as he tussled within the top-five and was battling for the third position with Jake Neuman on lap 32 when the two made contact.  Neuman received the smaller piece of the wishbone on the deal, spinning to a stop in turn one, while Thorson continued on.

 
"It's just short track racing," Thorson chalked it up to.  "I had a bunch of speed going in there.  He got up on the berm and I just got into his back bumper a little bit."

 
On the ensuing restart, Thorson immediately went to work on Thomas for the runner-up position, ultimately snagging the spot on the 33rd lap.  Thorson instantly slashed into Windom's advantage, and two laps later, slid underneath Windom off the fourth corner to secure the lead, finally sticking the right rear tire to the surface, something that he admitted to struggling with all night.

 
From there onward, Thorson went virtually unchallenged.  He clipped the turn one berm with his left front wheel on the lap 40 restart, but it was no harm, no foul as he carried on to a 0.837 second victory aboard his Hayward Motorsports/Oilfire - Factory Kahne - Walker Filtration - Smith Titanium/Spike/Stanton SR-11x.

 
"This race team is just a big group that works really hard and it helps," Thorson said.  "The overall package we have from our shocks to motors to cars, just everything.  It's cool to watch the things we do work.  Sometimes they don't, obviously, but we're doing a lot of little things that no one probably even thinks about that all add up.  We've got a really good team and I'm looking forward to the next one."

 
Thomas took second over series point leader Windom while career best series performances were turned in by Robert Dalby, who finished fourth, and Kyle Simon who collected a fifth in his first career USAC National Midget feature start.

 
 
CONTINGENCY AWARD WINNERS:

 
Simpson Race Products First Qualifier Winner: Cannon McIntosh

 
Competition Suspension, Inc. Second Qualifier Winner: Buddy Kofoid

 
AutoMeter Third Qualifier Winner: Brady Bacon

 
Indy Race Parts Fourth Qualifier Winner: Jake Neuman

 
Indy Metal Finishing Semi Winners: Kyle Simon & Trey Gropp

 
KSE Racing Products / ProSource Hard Charger: Tanner Thorson

 
Wilwood Brakes 13th Place Finisher: Ace McCarthy

 
Saldana Racing Products First Non-Transfers: Aiden Purdue & Anthony Nicholson

 
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USAC NOS ENERGY DRINK MIDGET NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP RACE RESULTS: March 7, 2020 - Southern Illinois Center - Du Quoin, Illinois - Shamrock Classic  presented by Dooling Machine

 
FIRST HEAT: (10 laps, passing points) 1. Tanner Carrick (#35 Petry), 2. Andy Bishop (#91 Harris), 3. Trey Robb (#08 Dave Mac), 4. Sam Johnson (#72 Johnson), 5. Kyle Simon (#23s Simon), 6. Gage Rucker (#19G Hayward). NT

 
SECOND HEAT: (10 laps, passing points) 1. Tyler Courtney (#7BC Clauson/Marshall), 2. Brady Bacon (#21H Hinck), 3. Ronnie Gardner (#7m Moonshine), 4. Logan Faucon (#52F Casson), 5. Kyle May (#39 May), 6. Tyler Robbins (#35T Robbins), 7. Michael Klein (#10A MWR). NT

 
THIRD HEAT: (10 laps, passing points) 1. Cannon McIntosh (#71K Kunz/Curb-Agajanian), 2. Chris Windom (#89 Tucker/Boat), 3. Kevin Thomas Jr. (#5 Petry), 4. David Budres (#31 Manic), 5. Anthony Nicholson (#5o Hagar/Proctor), 6. Robert Bell (#71B Bell), 7. Thomas Chandler (#1T Chandler), 8. Tyler Nelson (#88 Nelson). NT

 
FOURTH HEAT: (10 laps, passing points) 1. Buddy Kofoid (#67 Kunz/Curb-Agajanian), 2. Trey Gropp (#54G Mounce), 3. Robert Dalby (#4 Dalby), 4. Andrew Layser (#82 Tucker/Boat), 5. Aiden Purdue (#57D McCreery), 6. Austin Yarbrough (#13A McGee), 7. Matt Durbin (#12D Durbin), 8. Mark Chisholm (#3 Neuman). 1:50.410

 
FIFTH HEAT: (10 laps, passing points) 1. Ace McCarthy (#28 Dave Mac), 2. Cole Bodine (#39BC Clauson/Marshall), 3. Tanner Thorson (#19 Hayward), 4. Riley Kreisel (#56AP Young), 5. Chris Urish (#77u Casson), 6. Kendall Ruble (#11m Martin). 1:49.218 (New Track Record)

 
SIXTH HEAT: (10 laps, passing points) 1. Daison Pursley (#9 Kunz/Curb-Agajanian), 2. Tyler Thomas (#91T Thomas), 3. Jake Neuman (#3N Neuman), 4. Justin Grant (#4A RAMS), 5. Kyle Jones (#7R Moonshine), 6. Craig Oakes (#91x Oakes), 7. Sean Robbins (#53 Robbins). 1:50.231

 
ALSO AT THE TRACK: Derek Hagar (#9JR Hagar/Proctor) & Chris Andrews (#95 Miller)

 
SIMPSON RACE PRODUCTS FIRST QUALIFIER: (12 laps, top-40 overall in passing points transfer to the feature) 1. Cannon McIntosh, 2. Sam Johnson, 3. Justin Grant, 4. Cole Bodine, 5. Austin Yarbrough, 6. Thomas Chandler, 7. Trey Robb, 8. Kyle Jones, 9. David Budres, 10. Daison Pursley. NT

 
COMPETITION SUSPENSION (CSI) SECOND QUALIFIER: (12 laps, top-40 overall in passing points transfer to the feature) 1. Buddy Kofoid, 2. Chris Windom, 3. Ace McCarthy, 4. Andy Bishop, 5. Aiden Purdue, 6. Riley Kreisel, 7. Mark Chisholm, 8. Ronnie Gardner, 9. Gage Rucker, 10. Matt Durbin, 11. Kyle May. NT

 
AUTOMETER THIRD QUALIFIER: (12 laps, top-40 overall in passing points transfer to the feature) 1. Brady Bacon, 2. Anthony Nicholson, 3. Kyle Simon, 4. Robert Bell, 5. Trey Gropp, 6. Tanner Thorson, 7. Tanner Carrick, 8. Kevin Thomas Jr., 9. Tyler Robbins, 10. Michael Klein. NT

 
INDY RACE PARTS FOURTH QUALIFIER: (12 laps, top-40 overall in passing points transfer to the feature) 1. Jake Neuman, 2. Tyler Courtney, 3. Robert Dalby, 4. Tyler Thomas, 5. Kendall Ruble, 6. Logan Faucon, 7. Andrew Layser, 8. Sean Robbins, 9. Craig Oakes, 10. Chris Urish. NT

 
INDY METAL FINISHING FIRST SEMI: (15 laps, top-4 transfer to the feature) 1. Kyle Simon, 2. Tanner Thorson, 3. Daison Pursley, 4. Kevin Thomas Jr., 5. Aiden Purdue, 6. Austin Yarbrough, 7. Kyle Jones, 8. Thomas Chandler, 9. Tyler Robbins, 10. David Budres, 11. Gage Rucker, 12. Michael Klein, 13. Tanner Carrick. NT

 
INDY METAL FINISHING SECOND SEMI: (15 laps, top-4 transfer to the feature) 1. Trey Gropp, 2. Trey Robb, 3. Robert Bell, 4. Kendall Ruble, 5. Anthony Nicholson, 6. Ronnie Gardner, 7. Riley Kreisel, 8. Andrew Layser, 9. Chris Urish, 10. Logan Faucon, 11. Matt Durbin, 12. Mark Chisholm. NT

 
FEATURE: (50 laps, starting positions in parentheses) 1. Tanner Thorson (15), 2. Tyler Thomas (10), 3. Chris Windom (5), 4. Robert Dalby (7), 5. Kyle Simon (13), 6. Cole Bodine (8), 7. Buddy Kofoid (2), 8. Tanner Carrick (21), 9. Daison Pursley (17), 10. Trey Robb (16), 11. Kevin Thomas Jr. (19), 12. Kendall Ruble (20), 13. Ace McCarthy (9), 14. Justin Grant (11), 15. Cannon McIntosh (1), 16. Jake Neuman (6), 17. Brady Bacon (4), 18. Sam Johnson (12), 19. Robert Bell (18), 20. Tyler Courtney (3), 21. Trey Gropp (14). NT

 
**Tyler Nelson flipped during the third heat. Thomas Chandler flipped during the third heat. Daison Pursley flipped during the first qualifier. Kyle May flipped during the first qualifier. Craig Oakes flipped during the third qualifier.

 
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-12 Cannon McIntosh, Laps 13-34 Chris Windom, Laps 35-50 Tanner Thorson.

 
KSE RACING PRODUCTS/PROSOURCE HARD CHARGER: Tanner Thorson

 
WILWOOD BRAKES 13TH PLACE FINISHER: Ace McCarthy

 
SALDANA RACING PRODUCTS FIRST NON-TRANSFER: Aiden Purdue & Anthony Nicholson

 
NEW USAC NOS ENERGY DRINK MIDGET NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS: 1-Chris Windom-202, 2-Tyler Courtney-196, 3-Kevin Thomas, Jr.-188, 4-Buddy Kofoid-187, 5-Tanner Thorson-182, 6-Cannon McIntosh-178, 7-Andrew Layser-167, 8-Daison Pursley-158, 9-Tanner Carrick-149, 10-Cole Bodine-130.

 
NEW OVERALL PROSOURCE PASSING MASTER POINTS: 1-Tanner Thorson-18, 2-Chris Windom-18, 3-Daison Pursley-18, 4-Brady Bacon-16, 5-Kevin Thomas Jr.-11, 6-Andrew Layser-9, 7-Tyler Thomas-8, 8-Mario Clouser-8, 9-Anton Hernandez-7, 10-Dave Darland-7.

 
NEXT USAC NOS ENERGY DRINK MIDGET NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP RACES: April 10-11, 2020 - Riverside International Speedway - West Memphis, Arkansas

 

LEARY, GRANT THIS WEEK'S GUESTS ON THUNDER RELIVED


 

Speedway, Indiana (March 24, 2020).........C.J. Leary and Justin Grant will be the guests on episodes three and four of USAC's new weekly show, Thunder Relived, this Thursday and Saturday at 8pm Eastern on FloRacing at  https://bit.ly/3dp9Qq8.


 

Leary, the 2019 USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car champion, sits down with Thunder Relived hosts Richie Murray, Kirk Spridgeon and Levi Jones this Thursday, March 26, as we revisit two of his greatest triumphs during his USAC career, his 2017 USAC AMSOIL National Sprint car victory at Indiana's Montpelier Motor Speedway and his classic duel with Kevin Thomas Jr. during the 2018 USAC Silver Crown event from Ohio's Eldora Speedway.


 

During the viewing of the Eldora event, Leary is joined at the discussion roundtable with Thomas as they banter back-and-forth, uninterrupted, with play-by-play of each of their strategies as they battle for the lead in one of the most memorable races in the history of the series.


 

Justin Grant will be on hand this Saturday, March 28, to discuss his first career USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car triumph at Lawrenceburg (Ind.) Speedway in 2012 as well as his last lap sprint car score over Leary at Eldora in the Spring of 2015.  Both Grant and Leary will join in to discuss the final laps of that event as well, including pre-race, mid-race and post-race analysis.


 

Thunder Relived promises to take you under the helmet and in-depth with USAC personalities past and present as we revisit all the thrills, spills and the greatest moments from USAC's vast Sprint, Midget and Silver Crown video vault.


 

Stay tuned for more information regarding Thunder Relived on USAC's website at  www.usacracing.com, our social media channels at  www.facebook.com/usacracing www.twitter.com/usacnation and on Instagram @usacnation.

 

FLORACING 24/7 TO FEATURE 24 HOURS

OF DAILY USAC RACING


 

Speedway, Indiana.........Starting Tuesday at 8am Eastern, FloRacing 24/7 will officially launch with wall-to-wall wheel-to-wheel content from the world of USAC racing.


 

The new channel on  www.FloRacing.com will stream non-stop USAC video 24 hours of  the day, every day, from the USAC Racing vault at  https://bit.ly/33Kw2Xs


 

"It's going to be a ton of fun digging into the archives and seeing all these past great races and legendary drivers in action once again," USAC Executive Vice President Levi Jones said.  "We're committed to bringing USAC fans the racing action they crave during this time and they're going to see some really good stuff."


 

This week's feature events include the 2007 Copper on Dirt: USAC Sprints, Midgets, and Silver Crown at Manzanita Speedway; 2005 Indiana Sprint Week; 2007 USAC Eastern Storm; the first ever Thursday Night Thunder event held in 1986 featuring USAC Regional Midgets at the Indianapolis Speedrome; plus the 1999 Tony Hulman Classic USAC Sprint Car event from the Terre Haute Action Track.


 

These races will be shown as is in their original form all day, every day.  Whenever you tune into FloRacing 24/7, anytime of day or night, you'll be on the edge of your seat and experiencing the greatest thrills of USAC racing.


 

Furthermore, on FloRacing 24/7, you'll be able catch the debut of brand-new Thunder Relived episodes featuring C.J. Leary and the 2017 Montpelier Motor Speedway USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car race plus the 2018 USAC Silver Crown finale from Eldora Speedway on Thursday night, March 26, at 8pm Eastern.


 

At 8pm Eastern on Saturday night, March 28, on FloRacing 24/7, another new episode of Thunder Relived will drop that spotlights Justin Grant as well as the 2012 Indiana Sprint Week round at Lawrenceburg Speedway and night two of #LetsRaceTwo at Eldora Speedway from 2015.

 

 

USAC'S THUNDER RELIVED SHOW DEBUTS THURSDAY ON FLORACING


 
Speedway, Indiana (March 18, 2020).........USAC has announced a new racing video show that will highlight classic USAC events and feature a roundtable discussion and analysis from some of the key figures in the sport, which will air weekly, each Thursday and Saturday night, at 8pm Eastern on FloRacing at http://bit.ly/38YVWHC.

 
Thunder Relived will take you under the helmet and in-depth with USAC personalities past and present as we revisit all the thrills, spills and the greatest moments from USAC's vast Sprint, Midget and Silver Crown video vault.

 
First up on the docket for Thunder Relived live this Thursday, March 19 at 8:00 PM EST, on FloRacing will be the 2003 Mopar Million USAC Sprint Car event from Rossburg, Ohio's Eldora Speedway. The event featured the highest car count ever for a USAC race at 138 and still remains the highest paying USAC Sprint Car race of all-time with a $1 million purse and a $200,000 winner's share.

 
On Saturday, March 21, we'll look back on the 1987 USAC National Sprint Car event at Santa Fe Speedway in Hinsdale, Ill. It was the first ever dirt USAC Sprint Car race aired live on the Thursday Night Thunder program with a legendary driver and car owner taking the checkered flag for the first time with the series in one of the closest finishes in USAC Sprint Car history.

 
Those two episodes will have commentary from seven-time USAC National driving champion and Executive Vice President of USAC, Levi Jones, plus USAC National Race Director Kirk Spridgeon and USAC Media Relations' Richie Murray.

 
Future episodes of Thunder Relived will have drivers past and present reliving some of their greatest triumphs and most memorable moments during the one-hour program.

 
Stay tuned to USAC's website, www.USACracing.com, and social media channels www.twitter.com/usacnation, www.facebook.com/usacracing and www.instagram.com/usacnation, for more information on Thunder Relived.

 

 

USAC STATEMENT REGARDING POSTPONEMENT OF MARCH RACES


 

Speedway, Indiana (March 16, 2020) - Given the uncertainty and ever-rapidly changing situation of the coronavirus pandemic in our country, the USAC management team is working cohesively with race promoters and track operators for races scheduled over the next 30 days. Decisions on each race will be made according to local, state and federal mandates that ensure the safety of all our fans and teams.


 

As of now, races scheduled for the CRA and West Coast Sprint Cars, as well as the Western Midget Series and Eastern SpeeD2 Midgets have been postponed through the end of March.  At this time only those events have been affected.


 

We highly recommend that all USAC-sanctioned events adhere to the restrictions placed by local, state, and federal authorities, along with making every effort to follow guidelines and recommendations to help our fans, teams and competitors stay safe and healthy.


 

These are unprecedented times that we all are facing. We want to race just as much as anyone, but it will take us all working together to get back on track.


 

As we move forward USAC will continue to provide timely updates on all of our social channels:


HARD CHARGING PERFORMANCES

RAMPANT IN EARLY USAC SEASON


 

By: Richie Murray - USAC Media


 

Speedway, Indiana (March 10, 2020).........In the three USAC National series in 2019, the hard charger winner was also victorious in that night's feature a total of three times throughout the entire season.


 

In 2020, through just five USAC National events, the hard charger winner has already won four times.  And it's only March!


 

Some might say that earning the KSE Racing Products Hard Charger award means they have to qualify better earlier in the night.  While somewhat true, it also proves that the team had galvanized itself following qualifying to persevere and conclude the night on a high note.


 

Thus far in 2020, no feature winner in a USAC National race has started in the first two rows.  The closest to the front any feature winner has started this year was Tanner Thorson who raced his way from the third row (5th) on the opening night of the USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget season at Ocala, Florida's Bubba Raceway Park in February.


 

Thorson (Minden, Nev.) has reached both ends of the spectrum during his two midget victories this year.  He also came from the furthest back of any driver to win this year in last Saturday's Shamrock Classic at the Southern Illinois Center in Du Quoin, charging from 15th.


 

Meanwhile, Chris Windom (Canton, Ill.) came from 10th to win at Ocala with the  midgets and Brady Bacon blitzed from 9th to 1st on two consecutive nights to win with the USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Cars at Ocala.


 

By contrast, the three hard chargers to win USAC National races in 2019 came from Shane Cottle's photo finish victory from 18th during Indiana Sprint Week at Gas City I-69 Speedway, Tanner Thorson's miraculous comeback from 15th during Indiana Midget Week at Putnamville, Ind. and Zeb Wise's late race heroics from 8th at Pennsylvania's Linda's Speedway during Pennsylvania Midget Week.


 

And we've only just begun.  All the passing throughout the early season has initiated a  three-way tie atop the yearlong ProSource Passing Master Award standings, which will reward the top USAC National passer with a $2,500 prize.  At the moment, Thorson, Windom and Daison Pursley (Locust Grove, Okla.) are all knotted up with 18 positions advanced apiece with eight months remaining on the 2020 trail.

 


 

2020 HARD CHARGERS TO WIN A USAC NATIONAL FEATURE: (4)


 

2/8: Bubba Raceway Park - Chris Windom 10th to 1st (Midget)


 

2/14: Bubba Raceway Park - Brady Bacon 9th to 1st (Sprint)


 

2/15: Bubba Raceway Park - Brady Bacon 9th to 1st (Sprint)


 

3/7: Southern Illinois Center - Tanner Thorson 15th to 1st (Midget)


 

 

 

2019 HARD CHARGERS TO WIN A USAC NATIONAL FEATURE: (3)


 

6/6: Lincoln Park Speedway - Tanner Thorson 15th to 1st (Midget)


 

7/18: Gas City I-69 Speedway - Shane Cottle 18th to 1st (Sprint)


 

8/2: Linda's Speedway - Zeb Wise 8th to 1st (Midget)


C.J. LEARY DOUBLES UP AT CANYON'S SPRING SHOWCASE


 

By: Lance Jennings


 

PEORIA, AZ - MARCH 7 2020... After battling "The Big Game Hunter" Austin Williams, C.J. Leary (Greenfield, IN) topped Saturday's finale of the "Spring Showcase" at Canyon Speedway Park.


 

Piloting Bill Michael's #77M Kodiak Products / Beal's Auto Body Sherman, Leary backed up yesterday's win and took the $3,000 AMSOIL USAC/CRA & Sands Chevrolet USAC SouthWest Sprint Car victory ahead of Williams, Brody Roa, R.J. Johnson, and hard charger "Speedy" Stevie Sussex.


 

Sussex earned the program's All Coast Construction Hard Charger Award with a seventeenth to fifth place run.


 

Gardner also posted the night's Woodland Auto Display / Beaver Stripes Fast Time Award with a time of 13.643 over the 20-car roster.


 

The night's 10-lap heat race victories went to Leary (Component Repair Company / Sway-A-Way Torsion Bars First Heat) and Williams (Flowdynamics / Competition Suspension Inc. / Rod End Supply Second Heat).


 

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AMSOIL USAC/CRA & SANDS CHEVROLET USAC SOUTHWEST SPRINT CAR SERIES RACE RESULTS: March 7, 2020 - Canyon Speedway Park - Peoria, Arizona - "3rd Annual Spring Showcase"


 

WOODLAND AUTO DISPLAY / BEAVER STRIPES QUALIFYING: 1. Damion Gardner, 1, Alexander-13.643; 2. Jake Swanson, 34AZ, Grau/Burkhart-13.897; 3. Brody Roa, 91R, BR-13.954; 4. Eddie Tafoya Jr., 51T, Tafoya-13.962; 5. Charles Davis Jr., 47, Davis-14.071; 6. Kyle Shipley, 0G, Shipley-14.095; 7. R.J. Johnson, 51, Martin-14.125; 8. Dennis Gile, 13G, Gile-14.135; 9. C.J. Leary, 77M, Michael-14.198; 10. Austin Williams, 92, Sertich-14.225; 11. Tommy Malcolm, 5X,, Napier-14.238; 12. J.J. Yeley, 02, Rossi-14.317; 13. Matt McCarthy, 28M, McCarthy-14.398; 14. Chris Gansen, 4G, Gansen-14.489; 15. Michael Curtis, 11C, Turner/Wheeler-14.581; 16. Ikaika O'Brien, 11O, O'Brien-14.850; 17. Stevie Sussex, 12, Allen-15.051; 18. John Romero, 65X, Romero-15.436; 19. Rocky Silva, 50S, Silva-15.694; 20. Jeremy Ellertson, 22, Ellertson-NT.


 

COMPONENT REPAIR COMPANY / SWAY-A-WAY TORSION BARS FIRST HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Leary, 2. Johnson, 3. Malcolm, 4. Davis, 5. Gardner, 6. Roa, 7. McCarthy, 8. Curtis, 9. Sussex, 10. Silva. NT


 

FLOWDYNAMICS / COMPETITION SUSPENSION INC. / ROD END SUPPLY SECOND HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Williams, 2. Swanson, 3. Shipley, 4. Yeley, 5. Gile, 6. Gansen, 7. Tafoya, 8. Ellertson, 9. O'Brien, 10. Romero. NT


 

FEATURE: (30 laps, with starting positions) 1. C.J. Leary (2), 2. Austin Williams (1), 3. Brody Roa (8), 4. R.J. Johnson (3), 5. Stevie Sussex (17), 6. J.J. Yeley (12), 7. Damion Gardner (7), 8. Matt McCarthy (13), 9. Chris Gansen (14), 10. Tommy Malcolm (11), 11. Jeremy Ellertson (20), 12. Eddie Tafoya Jr. (9), 13. Kyle Shipley (4), 14. Dennis Gile (10), 15. Charles Davis Jr. (5), 16. Michael Curtis (15), 17. Jake Swanson (6), 18. Ikaika O'Brien (16), 19. John Romero (18), 20. Rocky Silva (19). NT

**Shipley flipped on lap 10 of the feature.


 

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Lap 1-6 Williams, Laps 7-12 Leary, Lap 13 Williams, Laps 14-30 Leary.


 

ALL COAST CONSTRUCTION HARD CHARGER: Stevie Sussex (17th to 5th)


 

NEW AMSOIL USAC/CRA SPRINT CAR POINTS: 1-C.J. Leary-154, 2-Brody Roa-139, 3-Damion Gardner-137, 4-J.J. Yeley-126, 5-R.J. Johnson-124, 6-Stevie Sussex-120, 7-Charles Davis Jr.-113, 8-Austin Williams-107, 9-Dennis Gile-95, 10-Eddie Tafoya Jr.-93


 

NEW SANDS CHEVROLET USAC SOUTHWEST SPRINT CAR POINTS: 1-R.J. Johnson-274, 2-Charles Davis Jr.-270, 3-Stevie Sussex-261, 4-Jake Swanson-246, 5-Austin Williams-244, 6-Kyle Shipley-203, 7-Michael Curtis-192, 8-C.J. Leary-154, 9-Brody Roa-139, 10-Damion Gardner-137.


 

NEXT AMSOIL USAC/CRA SPRINT CAR RACE: March 28 - Perris Auto Speedway - Perris, California - "So-Cal Showdown"


 

NEXT SANDS CHEVROLET USAC SOUTHWEST SPRINT CAR RACE: April 4 - Arizona Speedway - San Tan Valley, Arizona


LEARY SCORES SOUTHWEST SPRINT VICTORY AT CANYON


 
By: Lance Jennings

 
PEORIA, AZ - MARCH 6, 2020... Powering past "Chargin" Charles Davis Jr. on the second lap, C.J. Leary (Greenfield, IN) earned the Friday night AMSOIL USAC/CRA & Sands Chevrolet USAC SouthWest Sprint Car win at Canyon Speedway Park.

 
Driving Bill Michael's #77M Kodiak Products / Beal's Auto Body Sherman, the defending USAC National Sprint Car Champion took the $3,000 "Spring Showcase" opener over Davis, "The Demon" Damion Gardner, Brody Roa, and hard charger J.J. Yeley.

 
Yeley earned the Flowdymanics Hard Charger Award with an eleventh to fifth place run.
Swanson also scored the night's Woodland Auto Display / Beaver Stripes Fast Time Award by posting a time of 13.738 over the 19-car roster.

 
The night's 10-lap heat race victories went to Yeley (Component Repair Company / Sway-A-Way Torsion Bars First Heat) and Gardner (All Coast Construction / Competition Suspension Inc. / Rod End Supply Second Heat).

 

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AMSOIL USAC/CRA & SANDS CHEVROLET USAC SOUTHWEST SPRINT CAR SERIES RACE RESULTS: March 6, 2020 - Canyon Speedway Park - Peoria, Arizona - "3rd Annual Spring Showcase"

 
WOODLAND AUTO DISPLAY / BEAVER STRIPES QUALIFYING: 1. Jake Swanson, 34AZ, Grau/Burkhart-13.738; 2. Stevie Sussex, 12, Allen-13.869; 3. Brody Roa, 91R, BR-13.890; 4. Damion Gardner, 1, Alexander-13.967; 5. Dennis Gile, 13G, Gile-14.157; 6. C.J. Leary, 77M, Michael-14.165; 7. Tommy Malcolm, 5X,Napier-14.204; 8. Charles Davis Jr., 47, Davis-14.256; 9. Eddie Tafoya Jr., 51T, Tafoya-14.342; 10. Austin Williams, 92, Sertich-14.349; 11. J.J. Yeley, 02, Rossi-14.352; 12. R.J. Johnson, 51, Martin-14.370; 13. Matt McCarthy, 28M, McCarthy-14.379; 14. Jeremy Ellertson, 22, Ellertson-14.444; 15. Michael Curtis, 11C, Turner/Wheeler-14.539; 16. Kyle Shipley, 0G, Shipley-14.647; 17. Chris Gansen, 4G, Gansen-14.796; 18. Ryan Oerter, 43, Oerter-15.060; 19. Ikaika O'Brien, 11O, O'Brien-15.484.

 
COMPONENT REPAIR COMPANY / SWAY-A-WAY TORSION BARS FIRST HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Yeley, 2. Malcolm, 3. Tafoya, 4. Gile, 5. Swanson, 6. Roa, 7. Gansen, 8. McCarthy, 9. Curtis, 10. O'Brien. NT

 
ALL COAST CONSTRUCTION / COMPETITION SUSPENSION INC. / ROD END SUPPLY SECOND HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Gardner, 2. Williams, 3. Davis, 4. Leary, 5. Sussex, 6. Shipley, 7. Ellertson, 8. Oerter, 9. Johnson. NT

 
FEATURE: (30 laps, with starting positions) 1. C.J. Leary (4), 2. Charles Davis Jr. (2), 3. Damion Gardner (6), 4. Brody Roa (9), 5. J.J. Yeley (11), 6. R.J. Johnson (12), 7. Stevie Sussex (8), 8. Dennis Gile (5), 9. Jeremy Ellertson (14), 10. Eddie Tafoya Jr. (1), 11. Michael Curtis (15), 12. Matt McCarthy (13), 13. Chris Gansen (17), 14. Kyle Shipley (16), 15. Ryan Oerter (18), 16. Ikaika O'Brien (19), 17. Jake Swanson (7), 18. Tommy Malcolm (3), 18. Austin Williams (10). NT

 
**Williams flipped on lap on 1 of the feature.

 
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Lap 1 Davis, Laps 2-30 Leary

 
FLOWDYNAMICS HARD CHARGER: J.J. Yeley (11th to 5th)

 
NEW AMSOIL USAC/CRA SPRINT CAR POINTS: 1-C.J. Leary-76, 2-Damion Gardner-75, 3-Charles Davis Jr.-67, 4-Brody Roa-68, 5-J.J. Yeley-66, 6-Stevie Sussex-61, 7-Dennis Gile-56, -R.J. Johnson-56, 9-Eddie Tafoya Jr.-49, 10-Jeremy Ellertson-48.

 
NEW SANDS CHEVROLET USAC SOUTHWEST SPRINT CAR POINTS: 1-Charles Davis Jr.-230, 2-R.J. Johnson-206, 3-Jake Swanson-205, 4-Stevie Sussex-202, 5-Austin Williams-169, 6-Michael Curtis-160, 7-Kyle Shipley-159, 8-C.J. Leary-76, 9-Damion Gardner-75, 10-Brody Roa-68.

 
NEXT AMSOIL USAC/CRA & SANDS CHEVROLET USAC SOUTHWEST SPRINT CAR RACE: March 7 - Canyon Speedway Park - Peoria, Arizona - "3rd Annual Spring Showcase"

 

 
THE TALE OF THE TAPE
I N SHAMROCK CLASSIC EXPERIENCE

 
By: Richie Murray - USAC Media

 
Du Quoin, Illinois (March 5, 2020).........This Saturday's Shamrock Classic field is undoubtedly talented with several accolades and achievements among the group of 45 preparing to strap in for the March 7 USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget event at the Southern Illinois Center in Du Quoin.

 
However, when it comes to the Shamrock Classic, specifically speaking, the entirety of the field is relatively new to the event and to competing in a midget at the Southern Illinois Center.

 
Sixteen drivers have previous "Shamrock" experience, including winners Cannon McIntosh (2019) and Justin Grant (2017), who is the only driver in this weekend's field to finish in the top-five in at least three of his starts with 5th place finishes as well in both 2018 and 2019.  McIntosh won his in, thus far, his only Shamrock Classic start.

 
Like Grant, Zeb Wise (Angola, Ind.) has also finished in the top-five of each of his last two Shamrock Classic starts with 3rd place results in 2018 and 2019.  

 
One of the greatest head-scratchers in recent years at the Shamrock Classic has been the fact that Tyler Courtney has missed the transfer to the feature three years in a row entering this Saturday's race.  In 2019, he finally got in the field via provisional and sliced his way up to 7th after starting 21st and last in the field.

 
Tucker-Boat Motorsports teammates Chris Windom and Andrew Layser each made their "Shamrock" debuts in 2019 where they finished right in line with each other.  Layser (Collegeville, Pa.) got the upper hand, finishing 8th while Windom (Canton, Ill.) took 9th.

 
It's been four years since David Budres (Beloit, Wisc.) made his most recent Shamrock Classic start, and he made it count, taking 8th in the inaugural 50-lapper in 2016.

 
Brady Bacon (Broken Arrow, Okla.) is one of two drivers to start all four previous Shamrock Classics, along with Chad Boat.  Bacon owns two Shamrock Classic top-five finishes in both 2016 and 2017 and has finished 14th and 18th in 2018 and 2019, respectively.

 
Tanner Thorson, the 2016 USAC National Midget champ, earned his best "Shamrock" result in 2016, a 7th, and finished 21st in his most recent start three years ago in 2017.  Meanwhile, Jake Neuman (New Berlin, Ill.) has one top-ten finish in the Shamrock Classic to his credit, an 8th in 2017, which was followed by a 12th in 2018.

 
Tyler Thomas has three "Shamrock" starts, but has yet to crack the top-ten in the feature with a 14th in 2016, 19th in 2018 and 20th in 2019 on his performance chart.  Likewise is the case with KTJ's Petry Motorsports teammate and 2019 USAC National Most Improved Driver Tanner Carrick with a 14th in 2017, 11th in 2018 and 13th in 2019.

 
Chris Andrews (Tulsa, Okla.), Mark Chisholm (Cheyenne, Wyo.) and Tyler Nelson (Olathe, Kans.) have made a singular feature start at the Shamrock Classic in their careers.  Andrews took 18th in 2019, Chisholm 19th in 2017 and Nelson 20th in 2018.

 
Being a newcomer to the Shamrock Classic has not proven to be detrimental in any shape or form since the first edition in 2016.  Each of the four years have produced a first-time USAC National Midget series winner who was also making his first career Shamrock Classic start: Shane Golobic (2016), Grant (2017), Logan Seavey (2018) and McIntosh (2019).

 
In most events, the common principle in guessing where a winner is going to come from is based on experience.  The Shamrock Classic has thrown a proverbial monkey wrench into that notion and, looking at this year's crop of 29 first-time potential starters, shows a group of drivers who can very well notch their first series win come Saturday night.

 
USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget Rookie of the Year contenders Buddy Kofoid (Penngrove, Calif.) and Daison Pursley (Locust Grove, Okla.) are making their "Shamrock" debuts aboard Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports' machines, the winning team of the 2018 event.

 
Five-time USAC Western States Midget champ Ronnie Gardner (Corona, Calif.) steps into the ring for his first Shamrock Classic appearance along with reigning Western States champ Robert Dalby (Anaheim, Calif.) and 2017 USAC Gulf Coast SpeeD2 Midget titlist Kyle Jones (Kennedale, Texas), a teammate to Gardner on the Iron Dome/Moonshine Motorsports team.

 
Two handfuls of drivers in Saturday's field have previous Shamrock Classic experience, but have yet to transfer to a starting spot in the feature, including Derek Hagar (Marion, Ark.), Chris Urish (Elkhart, Ill.), Thomas Chandler (Festus, Mo.), Kendall Ruble (Vincennes, Ind.), Gage Rucker (Bellflower, Mo.), Tyler Robbins (Collinsville, Ill.), Kyle May (New Palestine, Ind.), Cole Bodine (Rossville, Ind.), Robert Bell (Colfax, Iowa) and Sam Johnson (St. Peters, Mo.).

 
Meanwhile, 14 competitors are not only aiming for their first Shamrock Classic feature start, but also their very first Shamrock Classic appearance: Trey Robb (Newcastle, Okla.), Anthony Nicholson (Millington, Tenn.), Michael Klein (Elsmere, Ky), Austin Yarbrough (Myrtle Beach, S.C.), Ace McCarthy (Tahlequah, Okla.), Oliver Akard (Fort Myers, Fla.), Logan Faucon (Springfield, Ill.), Sean Robbins (Collinsville, Ill.), Trey Gropp (Lincoln, Neb.), Riley Kreisel (Warsaw, Mo.), Aiden Purdue (Clinton, Ill.), Donnie Gentry (Henderson, Ky.), Andy Bishop (Harrisburg, Ill.) and Craig Oakes (Marshall, Texas).

 
The field for this Saturday's Shamrock Classic has risen to 45 USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget drivers set for battle on March 7 at the Southern Illinois Center in Du Quoin.

 
Winged micro-sprints will complete their program on Saturday after competing in preliminary events on Friday night, March 6th.  Micros will complete the majority of their program on Friday night, starting at 6:30pm Central and culminating with dashes to set up Saturday's events.  Only last chance races and the feature will be mixed into a full program for the National Midget Series, which will feature a passing-points format with both heat races and qualifying races.

 
The Shamrock Classic features appearance points only for competitors chasing the NOS Energy Drink National Midget Championship, so all eyes will be on the top prize, elevated to $5,000 for the fifth annual event thanks to event sponsors DM Machine, WWT Raceway, and Fast Lane Racing Apparel.

 
Fans and competitors alike are invited to join the fun on Friday night at the St. Nicholas Brewing Company in Du Quoin for food and drink specials after a night of micro-sprint racing. Midget teams are also welcome to unload and park on Friday night. Gates open on Friday at 4pm Central with cars on track at 6:30pm.  Grandstand tickets for Friday are just five dollars, with pit passes at $25.

 
Shamrock Classic tickets are on sale at  https://usacracing.ticketspice.com/2020-usac-shamrock-classic with reserved seats at $25, while general admission tickets are $20 for ages 13 and up.  Children's general admission tickets (Age 6-12) are $10. Kids 5 and under are free.  Pit passes for Saturday are $35, and those attending both days can purchase pit passes for $55.  Tickets and pit passes will be available at the door both days.

 
Doors open on Saturday at 1pm Central to prepare for hot laps starting at 4pm.  More information can be found at  http://www.ShamrockClassicDuQuoin.com.
 
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DRIVERS WITH PREVIOUS SHAMROCK CLASSIC STARTS: (16)

 
Andrew Layser: 8th in 2019

 
Brady Bacon: 4th in 2016, 4th in 2017, 14th in 2018 & 18th in 2019

 
Cannon McIntosh: 1st in 2019

 
Chris Andrews: 18th in 2019

 
Chris Windom: 9th in 2019

 
David Budres: 8th in 2016

 
Jake Neuman: 8th in 2017 & 12th in 2018

 
Justin Grant: 1st in 2017, 5th in 2018 & 5th in 2019

 
Kevin Thomas Jr.: 15th in 2018 & 14th in 2019

 
Mark Chisholm: 19th in 2017

 
Tanner Carrick: 14th in 2017, 11th in 2018 & 13th in 2019

 
Tanner Thorson: 7th in 2016 & 21st in 2017

 
Tyler Courtney: 7th in 2019

 
Tyler Nelson: 20th in 2018

 
Tyler Thomas: 14th in 2016, 19th in 2018 & 20th in 2019

 
Zeb Wise: 3rd in 2018 & 3rd in 2019

 
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DRIVERS TRYING TO MAKE THEIR FIRST SHAMROCK CLASSIC STARTS: (29)

 
Trey Robb: No Starts

 
Thomas Chandler: No Starts

 
Robert Dalby: No Starts

 
Anthony Nicholson: No Starts

 
Ronnie Gardner: No Starts

 
Kyle Jones: No Starts

 
Daison Pursley: No Starts

 
Derek Hagar: No Starts

 
Michael Klein: No Starts

 
Kendall Ruble: No Starts

 
Austin Yarbrough: No Starts

 
Gage Rucker: No Starts

 
Ace McCarthy: No Starts

 
Tyler Robbins: No Starts

 
Kyle May: No Starts

 
Cole Bodine: No Starts

 
Oliver Akard: No Starts

 
Logan Faucon: No Starts

 
Sean Robbins: No Starts

 
Trey Gropp: No Starts

 
Riley Kreisel: No Starts

 
Aiden Purdue: No Starts

 
Buddy Kofoid: No Starts

 
Robert Bell: No Starts

 
Sam Johnson: No Starts

 
Donnie Gentry: No Starts

 
Chris Urish: No Starts

 
Andy Bishop: No Starts

 
Craig Oakes: No Starts

 

SHAMROCK CLASSIC ENTRY LIST REACHES 45

 
By: Richie Murray - USAC Media

 
Du Quoin, Illinois (March 5, 2020).........The field for this Saturday's Shamrock Classic has risen to 45 USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget drivers set for battle on March 7 at the Southern Illinois Center in Du Quoin.

 
The 5th annual event includes two past Shamrock Classic winners in Justin Grant (2017) and reigning victor Cannon McIntosh (2019).  Grant (Ione, Calif.), the 2017 "Shamrock" winner, will pilot a car for RAMS Racing with whom he captured victory one year ago during the Indiana Midget Week round at Gas City I-69 Speedway.

 
Meanwhile, McIntosh (Bixby, Okla.) will compete as one of four entries from the Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports team alongside five-time series winner Zeb Wise (Angola, Ind.) and standout Rookie of the Year contenders Buddy Kofoid (Penngrove, Calif.) and Daison Pursley (Locust Grove, Okla.).

 
Each of this year's two USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget feature winners are entered for the Shamrock Classic.  Hayward Motorsports will field drivers Tanner Thorson (Minden, Nev.) and Gage Rucker (Bellflower, Mo.).  Thorson, the 2016 USAC National Midget champion, was victorious in the 2020 season opener at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Fla. in early February.

 
Chris Windom (Canton, Ill.) leads the USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget standings entering the event following a victory on the second night of the Winter Dirt Games in Ocala on February 8.  The 2016 USAC Silver Crown and 2017 National Sprint Car champ took 9th in his first career Shamrock Classic start a year ago.

 
Reigning series champ Tyler Courtney (Indianapolis, Ind.), a 7th place finisher in last year's event after starting 21st, is entered.  He is also a past victor in USAC Midget competition at the 1/6-mile indoor dirt oval, capturing the non-points special event Junior Knepper 55 in December of 2016.

 
Petry Motorsports has filed Shamrock Classic entries for Kevin Thomas Jr. (Cullman, Ala.), who scored the team's first two triumphs with the series in 2019 at Kokomo (Ind.) Speedway and Arizona Speedway.  He'll be joined by 2017 USAC National Midget Rookie of the Year and 2019 USAC National Most Improved Driver Tanner Carrick (Lincoln, Calif.).

 
Brady Bacon (Broken Arrow, Okla.), the 2014 and 2016 USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car champion, is undefeated thus far in USAC National features in 2020, sweeping both nights in a USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Fla. in mid-February.  He's one of just two drivers to have started in the feature event of all four previous editions of the Shamrock Classic with 4th place finishes in both 2016 and 2017 serving as his best.  He also took 14th in 2018 and 18th in his most recent start in 2019.

 
Collinsville, Oklahoma's Tyler Thomas, a winner in both USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car and National Midget competition during his career, will drive his familiar No. 91T, entered by Brian Thomas.

 
Andrew Layser (Collegeville, Pa.), the 2019 USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget Rookie of the Year, comes into the event off his best career series result of 3rd in Ocala and finished 8th in his Shamrock debut in 2019.  Tyler Nelson (Olathe, Kans.), a USAC Regional Midget winner at Gas City (Ind.) I-69 Speedway in 2019 and a Shamrock Classic starter in 2018 is entered and will be joined by last year's USAC Western States Midget titlist Robert Dalby (Anaheim, Calif.), five-time USAC Western States Midget champion Ronnie Gardner (Corona, Calif.) and 2017 USAC Gulf Coast Midget champ Kyle Jones, all of whom are vying their first Shamrock Classic starts.

 
Chris Urish (Elkhart, Ill.) was victorious in dramatic fashion at the adjacent Magic Mile of the Du Quoin State Fairgrounds in 2013, capturing his lone career USAC Silver Crown Champ Car Series triumph during the Ted Horn 100 in 2013.

 
A slightly different format will greet competitors at the Shamrock Classic.  No qualifying will be held and officials will set heat race lineups with a "draft," similar to that used previously at Du Quoin's "Junior Knepper 55" in 2018 and the 2019 "BC39" at the IMS Dirt Track.

 
Winged micro-sprints will complete their program on Saturday after competing in preliminary events on Friday night, March 6th.  Micros will complete the majority of their program on Friday night, starting at 6:30pm Central and culminating with dashes to set up Saturday's events.  Only last chance races and the feature will be mixed into a full program for the National Midget Series, which will feature a passing-points format with both heat races and qualifying races.

 
The Shamrock Classic features appearance points only for competitors chasing the NOS Energy Drink National Midget Championship, so all eyes will be on the top prize, elevated to $5,000 for the fifth annual event thanks to event sponsors DM Machine, WWT Raceway, and Fast Lane Racing Apparel.

 
Fans and competitors alike are invited to join the fun on Friday night at the St. Nicholas Brewing Company in Du Quoin for food and drink specials after a night of micro-sprint racing. Midget teams are also welcome to unload and park on Friday night. Gates open on Friday at 4pm Central with cars on track at 6:30pm.  Grandstand tickets for Friday are just five dollars, with pit passes at $25.

 
Shamrock Classic tickets are on sale at  https://usacracing.ticketspice.com/2020-usac-shamrock-classic with reserved seats at $25, while general admission tickets are $20 for ages 13 and up.  Children's general admission tickets (Age 6-12) are $10. Kids 5 and under are free.  Pit passes for Saturday are $35, and those attending both days can purchase pit passes for $55.  Tickets and pit passes will be available at the door both days.

 
Doors open on Saturday at 1pm Central to prepare for hot laps starting at 4pm.  More information can be found at  http://www.ShamrockClassicDuQuoin.com.

 
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SHAMROCK CLASSIC MIDGET ENTRY LIST

 
08 TREY ROBB/Newcastle, OK (Dave Mac Motorsports)

 
1T THOMAS CHANDLER/Festus, MO (Thomas Chandler)

 
3 MARK CHISHOLM/Cheyenne, WY (Jim Neuman)

 
3N JAKE NEUMAN/New Berlin, IL (Jim Neuman)

 
4 ROBERT DALBY/Anaheim, CA (Robert Dalby Motorsports)

 
4A JUSTIN GRANT/Ione, CA (RAMS Racing)

 
5 KEVIN THOMAS JR./Cullman, AL (Petry Motorsports)

 
5o ANTHONY NICHOLSON/Millington, TN (Hagar-Proctor Racing)

 
7BC TYLER COURTNEY/Indianapolis, IN (Clauson Marshall Racing)

 
7m RONNIE GARDNER/Corona, CA (Iron Dome/Moonshine Motorsports)

 
7R KYLE JONES/Kennedale, TX (Iron Dome/Moonshine Motorsports)

 
9 DAISON PURSLEY/Locust Grove, OK (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports)

 
9JR DEREK HAGAR/Marion, AR (Hagar Proctor Racing)

 
10A MICHAEL KLEIN/Elsmere, KY (MWR Technology)

 
11m KENDALL RUBLE/Vincennes, IN (Martin's Motorsports)

 
13 AUSTIN YARBROUGH/Myrtle Beach, SC (McGee Racing)

 
19 TANNER THORSON/Minden, NV (Hayward Motorsports)

 
19G GAGE RUCKER/Bellflower, MO (Hayward Motorsports)

 
21H BRADY BACON/Broken Arrow, OK (Kelly Hinck)

 
28 ACE MCCARTHY/Tahlequah, OK (Dave Mac Motorsports)

 
31 DAVID BUDRES/Beloit, WI (Manic Racing)

 
35 TANNER CARRICK/Lincoln, CA (Petry Motorsports)

 
35T TYLER ROBBINS/Collinsville, IL (Tyler Robbins)

 
39 KYLE MAY/New Palestine, IN (Wayne May)

 
39BC COLE BODINE/Rossville, IN (Clauson Marshall Racing)

 
41 OLIVER AKARD/Fort Myers, FL (Dan & Shellie Akard)

 
52F LOGAN FAUCON/Springfield, IL (Tom Casson)

 
53 SEAN ROBBINS/Collinsville, IL (Sean Robbins)

 
54G TREY GROPP/Lincoln, NE (Mounce Motorsports)

 
56AP RILEY KREISEL/Warsaw, MO (Travis Young)

 
57D AIDEN PURDUE/Clinton, IL (McCreery Motorsports)

 
67 BUDDY KOFOID/Penngrove, CA (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports)

 
71 ZEB WISE/Angola, IN (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports)

 
71B ROBERT BELL/Colfax, IA (Robert Bell)

 
71K CANNON MCINTOSH/Bixby, OK (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports)

 
72 SAM JOHNSON/St. Peters, MO (Sam Johnson)

 
77 DONNIE GENTRY/Henderson, KY (Wayne Simmons)

 
77u CHRIS URISH/Elkhart, IL (Tom Casson)

 
82 ANDREW LAYSER/Collegeville, PA (Tucker-Boat Motorsports)

 
88 TYLER NELSON/Olathe, KS (Tyler Nelson)

 
89 CHRIS WINDOM/Canton, IL (Tucker-Boat Motorsports)

 
91 ANDY BISHOP/Harrisburg, IL (Jack Harris Racing)

 
91T TYLER THOMAS/Collinsville, OK (Brian Thomas)

 
91x CRAIG OAKES/Marshall, TX (Mounce Motorsports)

 
95 CHRIS ANDREWS/Tulsa, OK (Miller Racing)

 
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SHAMROCK CLASSIC MICRO SPRINT ENTRY LIST

 
0c ANDREW COCKMAN/South Bend, IN (Len Cockman Pottery)

 
1 KORTLAND STEPHENS/Benton, AR (Kortland Stephens)

 
x1 CHAD DeSPAIN/Millersville, MO (Chad DeSpain)

 
3J JORDAN HOWELL/Columbia, MO (Jordan Howell)

 
4E MARIAH EDE/Fresno, CA (Speedshack)

 
5 AUSTIN HAWKINS/Bridgeport, IL (Austin Hawkins)

 
5 ZACH BODEN/Cambridge, WI  (Boden Racing)

 
5T RYAN TIMMS/Oklahoma City, OK (Ryan Timms)

 
7 TBA/TBA (Daniel Robinson)

 
7 RANDY REIN/Cedarburg, WI (Andy Rein)

 
8B MICKEY BULLOCK/Wadesville, IN (Bailey Chassis)

 
8W BREANNA WIRTH/Waterloo, IL (David Wirth)

 
10 DEVAN MYERS/Bringhurst, IN (Competitive Performance)

 
11 ALEX MIDKIFF/Belleville, IL (Alex Midkiff)

 
11 LAYDON PEARSON/Newcastle, OK (Trey Robb)

 
T11 BRAD THOMPSON/Crawfordsville, IN (Brad Thompson)

 
12 DAVE COUCH/Fredericktown, MO (Dave Couch)

 
12 CORBIN GURLEY/Hebron, IN (CGR)

 
12 JOSH JAMES/Logansport, IN (Josh James)

 
12 TREY ROBB/Newcastle, OK (Trey Robb)

 
12G GAGE ROBB/Newcastle, OK (Trey Robb)

 
12s ADYN SCHMIDT/Haubstadt, IN (Bailey Chassis)

 
13p CHASE PORTER/St Joseph, MO (Chase Porter)

 
18 STEVE FINN/Collinsville, IL (Steve Finn)

 
18 MICHAEL BRUMMITT/Mt. Zion, IL (Michael Brummitt)

 
21H BRADY BACON/Broken Arrow, OK (Kelly Hinck)

 
21J KAMERON KEY/Warrensburg, MO (Kelly Hinck)

 
21L DYLAN KADOUS/Topeka, KS (Kelly Hinck)

 
26MB PATRICK LAWSON/Edwardsville, IL (Next Level Metal)

 
27 DEVIN FEGER/East Peoria, IL (Devin Feger)

 
27H ZACH HUBBARD/Benton, IL (Zach Hubbard)

 
32 TBA/TBA (Bailey Chassis)

 
33w RECE WOMMACK/Falkner, MS (Rece Wommack)

 
37 AYDEN GATEWOOD/Caruthersville (Ayden Gatewood)

 
42 EMERSON AXSOM/Franklin IN (Emerson Axsom)

 
44 BRANIGAN ROARK/Columbia, MO (Branigan Roark)

 
51B JOE B. MILLER/Millersville, MO (Speedshack)

 
65E CHAD ELLIOTT/Cottage Hills, IL (Chad Elliott)

 
69 BLAKE LAMB/Warsaw, IN (Blake Lamb)

 
71 JAKE CHEATHAM/Bethalto, IL (Doug Cheatham)

 
73 TBA/TBA (Bailey Chassis)

 
76 JAMES KOENIGSTEIN/New Athens, IL (GKJ Racing)

 
82H HUNTER PRUITT/Washington, MO (Hunter Pruitt)

 
83 GARETT GOODWIN/Three Oaks, MI (Garett Goodwin)

 
88 B.J. GATEWOOD/Caruthersville, MO (B.J. Gatewood)

 
91A TYLER FITZPATRICK/Middleville, MI (After Hours Racing)

 
91L ALEXIS ADGATE/Middleville, MI (After Hours Racing)

 
91m CHRIS COCHRAN/McLoud, OK (Joe Mooney Racing)

 
94 JORDAN CLARY/Edwardsville, IL (Jordan Clary)

 
95J JOSH FISHER/Fenton, MO (Josh Fisher)

 
96 ALEX BURGENER/Marion, IL (Alex Burgener)

 
97 SCOTTY MILAN/Fort Collins, CO (Speedshack)

 
99 ALEC LONG/Mount Vernon, IL (Dale Greene)

 
99 GUNNER BOWDEN/Muskogee, OK (Gunner Bowden)

 
101 TOBIAS MIDKIFF/Belleville, IL (Tobias Midkiff)

 


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United Rebel Sprint Series Opening Weekend Coming Soon !!

 

Oberlin, Kansas – March 7, 2020 - The fifteenth consecutive season for the Lucas Oil POWRi United Rebel Sprint Series presented by Mel Hambelton Ford Racing kicks off in just three-short weeks as the tour will head to Rolling Plains Motor Speedway in Hays, Kansas for a weekend double-header.

Set for Friday and Saturday night, March 27-28, 2020, the annual Mike “Huey” Hughes/Sunflower Classic Memorial presented by Nutrient Ag Solutions race will see a couple show both nights with each paying $1000 to win. There will be an open practice session for all cars on Thursday night (March 26) with pit gates opening at 2:00 PM and practice from 6:00 PM until 10:00 PM. Pit gates will open at 2:00 PM.  

This will be an official point race for the series as well as points toward the IMCA RaceSaver 305 National Sprint Car standings. A huge car count is expected with drivers from Nebraska , Oklahoma and Colorado indicating their intentions on competing with their Kansas counterparts.

Attention all sprint car teams! Westhold Transponders and Raceceivers are required and the track is asking all teams competing to pit in a group on the west side of the main pit area.

Pit passes are $25 for Thursday night’s practice; $30 for adults ages 13 and up while pit passes for kids 12 and under with parent or guardian will be $10 each day. Grandstand gates open at 4:00 PM on Friday with race action slated for a 6:00 PM start time. General admission tickets for ages 13 and up just $15 with kids ages 12 and under admitted into the grandstands for free with the presence of a parent or guardian. Saturday will see grandstand gates open at 10:00 AM with race action slated for a 5:00 PM start time.

This special event to kick off the 2020 season for the URSS and RPM Speedway will also be broadcast live for free on racinboys.com and on PPV with speedshifttv. Also on the racing program will be the IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Stock Cars, IMCA Northern Sport Mods, IMCA Sport Compacts and Hobby Stocks. The “crazy cruisers” will run on Saturday night only.

More information on the Lucas Oil POWRi United Rebel Sprint Series presented by Mel Hambelton Ford Racing including 2020 schedule, rules, previous years results and stories and a whole lot more can be found on their official website www.unitedrebelsprintseries.com while daily series and race updates can be accessed on their official facebook page: United Rebel Sprint Series.  

Stay viewed for more exciting season opening announcements.

 

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2020 USAC SILVER CROWN SCHEDULE


 

May 3: TBA (TBA)


 

May 21: (D) Terre Haute Action Track (Terre Haute, IN)


 

May 22: (P) Lucas Oil Raceway (Brownsburg, IN)


 

Jun 12: (D) Williams Grove Speedway (Mechanicsburg, PA)


 

Jun 19: (P) Madison International Speedway (Oregon, WI)


 

Aug 2: (P#) World Wide Technology Raceway (Madison, IL)


 

Aug 9: (D) Selinsgrove Speedway (Selinsgrove, PA)


 

Aug 15: (P) Salem Speedway (Salem, IN)


 

Aug 22: (D#) Illinois State Fairgrounds (Springfield, IL)


 

Sep 6: (D) Du Quoin State Fairgrounds (Du Quoin, IL)


 

Sep 25-26: (D) Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, OH)


 

Oct 4: (P#) Toledo Speedway (Toledo, OH)


 

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(P) = Pavement Race


 

(D) = Dirt Race


 

# = Daytime Race

 

 

2020 USAC AMSOIL NATIONAL SPRINT CAR SCHEDULE


 

Feb 13: Bubba Raceway Park (Ocala, FL)


 

Feb 14: Bubba Raceway Park (Ocala, FL)


 

Feb 15: Bubba Raceway Park (Ocala, FL)


 

Apr 4: Lawrenceburg Speedway (Lawrenceburg, IN)


 

Apr 17: Bloomington Speedway (Bloomington, IN)


 

Apr 18: (M) Tri-State Speedway (Haubstadt, IN)


 

May 1: Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, KS)


 

May 2: Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 (Pevely, MO)


 

May 8: Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, OH)


 

May 9: Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, OH)


 

May 20: Terre Haute Action Track (Terre Haute, IN)


 

May 29: Jackson Motorplex (Jackson, MN)


 

May 30: Jackson Motorplex (Jackson, MN)


 

Jun 9: Grandview Speedway (Bechtelsville, PA)


 

Jun 10: Bridgeport Speedway (Swedesboro, NJ)


 

Jun 11: BAPS Motor Speedway (York Haven, PA)


 

Jun 13: Port Royal Speedway (Port Royal, PA)


 

Jun 14: Weedsport Speedway (Weedsport, NY)


 

Jun 26: Plymouth Speedway (Plymouth, IN)


 

Jun 27: I-96 Speedway (Lake Odessa, MI)


 

Jul 4: Lincoln Park Speedway (Putnamville, IN)


 

Jul 9: I-80 Speedway (Greenwood, NE)


 

Jul 10: (A) (W) Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, IA)


 

Jul 11: (A) (W) Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, IA)


 

Jul 15: Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, OH)


 

Jul 24: Gas City I-69 Speedway (Gas City, IN)


 

Jul 25: Kokomo Speedway (Kokomo, IN)


 

Jul 26: Lawrenceburg Speedway (Lawrenceburg, IN)


 

Jul 29: Terre Haute Action Track (Terre Haute, IN)


 

Jul 30: Lincoln Park Speedway (Putnamville, IN)


 

Jul 31: Bloomington Speedway (Bloomington, IN)


 

Aug 1: Tri-State Speedway (Haubstadt, IN)


 

Aug 26: Kokomo Speedway (Kokomo, IN) (SE)


 

Aug 27: Kokomo Speedway (Kokomo, IN)


 

Aug 28: Kokomo Speedway (Kokomo, IN)


 

Aug 29: Kokomo Speedway (Kokomo, IN)


 

Sep 18: Terre Haute Action Track (Terre Haute, IN)


 

Sep 19: (M) Tri-State Speedway (Haubstadt, IN)


 

Sep 24: Gas City I-69 Speedway (Gas City, IN)


 

Sep 26: Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, OH)


 

Oct 3: Lawrenceburg Speedway (Lawrenceburg, IN)


 

Nov 5: (C) (S) Perris Auto Speedway (Perris, CA)


 

Nov 6: (C) (S) Perris Auto Speedway (Perris, CA)


 

Nov 7: (C) (S) Perris Auto Speedway (Perris, CA)


 

Nov 13: (C) (S) Arizona Speedway (San Tan Valley, AZ)


 

Nov 14: (C) (S) Arizona Speedway (San Tan Valley, AZ)


 

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(M) = Co-sanctioned by the Midwest Sprint Car Series


 

(A) = Event awards appearance points only


 

(W) = Co-sanctioned by WAR


 

(C) = Co-sanctioned by USAC/CRA


 

(S) = Co-sanctioned by the USAC Southwest

 

2020 USAC NOS ENERGY DRINK NATIONAL MIDGET SCHEDULE


 

Feb 7: Bubba Raceway Park (Ocala, FL)


 

Feb 8: Bubba Raceway Park (Ocala, FL)


 

Mar 7: (A) Southern Illinois Center (Du Quoin, IL)


 

Apr 10: Riverside International Speedway (West Memphis, AR)


 

Apr 11: Riverside International Speedway (West Memphis, AR)


 

Apr 24: Kokomo Speedway (Kokomo, IN)


 

Apr 25: Kokomo Speedway (Kokomo, IN)


 

May 15: Port City Raceway (Tulsa, OK)


 

May 16: Port City Raceway (Tulsa, OK)


 

Jun 2: Paragon Speedway (Paragon, IN)


 

Jun 3: Gas City I-69 Speedway (Gas City, IN)


 

Jun 4: Lincoln Park Speedway (Putnamville, IN)


 

Jun 5: Bloomington Speedway (Bloomington, IN)


 

Jun 6: Lawrenceburg Speedway (Lawrenceburg, IN)


 

Jun 7: Kokomo Speedway (Kokomo, IN)


 

Jun 20: Dirt Oval 66 (Joliet, IL)


 

Jul 1-2: (A) The Dirt Track at IMS (Speedway, IN)


 

Jul 17: Jefferson County Speedway (Fairbury, NE)


 

Jul 18: Jefferson County Speedway (Fairbury, NE)


 

Jul 19: TBA


 

Jul 21: Red Dirt Raceway (Meeker, OK)


 

Aug 4: Grandview Speedway (Bechtelsville, PA)


 

Aug 5: Action Track USA (Kutztown, PA)


 

Aug 6: Bridgeport Speedway (Swedesboro, NJ)


 

Aug 7: Path Valley Speedway Park (Spring Run, PA)


 

Aug 8: Lanco's Clyde Martin Memorial Speedway (Newmanstown, PA)


 

Sep 4: Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex (Sweet Springs, MO)


 

Sep 5: Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex (Sweet Springs, MO)


 

Sep 25: Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, OH)


 

Sep 26: Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, OH)


 

Oct 9: (A) Wayne County Speedway (Wayne City, IL)


 

Oct 10: Tri-State Speedway (Haubstadt, IN)


 

Nov 13: Arizona Speedway (San Tan Valley, AZ)


 

Nov 14: Arizona Speedway (San Tan Valley, AZ)


 

Nov 17: Bakersfield Speedway (Bakersfield, CA)


 

Nov 19: (A) Placerville Speedway (Placerville, CA)


 

Nov 20: (A) Placerville Speedway (Placerville, CA)


 

Nov 21: (A) Placerville Speedway (Placerville, CA)


 

Nov 25-26: Ventura Raceway (Ventura, CA)


 

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(A) = Appearance Points Only

 

 

 

2020 USAC .25 NATIONAL MIDGET SCHEDULE


 

Feb 5-9: Daytona International Speedway (Daytona, FL) (P)


 

Apr 30-May 3: Road Runner QMA (Albuquerque, NM) (P)


 

Jun 11-14: Hagerstown QMA (Hagerstown, MD) (D)


 

Jun 25-28: Richmond Raceway (Richmond, VA) (P)


 

Jul 9-12: Northwest Ohio QMRA (Toledo, OH) (P)


 

Jul 30-Aug 2: Terre Haute QMA (Terre Haute, IN) (D)


 

Aug 13-16: Montgomery County QMRC (Phoenixville, PA) (D)


 

Sep 3-6: Portland International Raceway (Portland, OR) (P)


 

Sep 17-20: Christian County QMA (Taylorville, IL) (D)


 

Oct 22-25: Texas Motor Speedway (Fort Worth, TX) (P)


 

**TBA Dirt National Race - Location & Date TBA


 

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(P) = Pavement Race


 

(D) = Dirt Race

 

URSS 2020 TENTATIVE SCHEDULE

 MARCH

THUR 26 RPM SPEEDWAY    HAYS, KS  (PRACTICE)

FRI 27   RPM SPEEDWAY    HAYS, KS

SAT 28    RPM SPEEDWAY    HAYS, KS

APRIL

 SAT 4   DCRP  DODGE CITY, KS

FRI 24   WEST TEXAS RACEWAY  LUBBOCK , TX

SAT 25  ROUTE 66 MOTOR SPEEDWAY   AMARILLO ,TX

 MAY  

 SAT  2   DRIVING SEMINAR  WAKEENEY SPEEDWAY WAKEENEY , KS

FRI  29  WAKEENEY SPEEDWAY , WAKEENEY , KS

SAT 30  THOMAS COUNTY SPEEDWAY   COLBY, KS

 JUNE

 THURS  18  DCRP  DODGE CITY , KS

FRI  19  DCRP  DODGE CITY , KS

SAT  20   DCRP  DODGE CITY, KS

SAT 27  EL PASO COUNTY SPEEDWAY    CALHAN, CO

 JULY

 FRI 3    BELLEVILLE HIGH BANKS  BELLEVILLE , KS

SAT 4  JEFFERSON COUNTY RACEWAY  FAIRBURY, NE

SAT 11  RPM SPEEDWAY    HAYS, KS

SUN 12  RPM SPEEDWAY    HAYS, KS

 FRI 17   PHILLIPS CO. RACEWAY,   HOLYOKE, CO

SAT 25  RUSH COUNTY SPEEDWAY   LACROSSE, KS

SUN 26  RUSH COUNTY SPEEDWAY   LACROSSE, KS

 THURS 30  BELLEVILLE HIGH BANKS  BELLEVILLE , KS (PRACTICE)

FRI  31  BELLEVILLE HIGH BANKS  BELLEVILLE , KS

 AUGUST

 SAT 1  BELLEVILLE HIGH BANKS  BELLEVILLE , KS

FRI 14  OBERLIN SPEEDWAY   OBERLIN , KS

SAT 15  OBERLIN SPEEDWAY   OBERLIN, KS

 SEPTEMBER

 FRI 4  RACESAVER NATS

SAT 5  RACESAVER NATS

SUN 6  RACESAVER NATS

FRI 11    SALINA SPEEDWAY    SALINA , KS

SAT 12  81 SPEEDWAY    WICHITA , KS

SAT 19   DCRP  DODGE CITY, KS

SAT 26   WAKEENEY SPEEDWAY ,  WAKEENEY , KS

SUN 27  WAKEENEY SPEEDWAY ,  WAKEENEY , KS

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2020 BOSS NON WING SCHEDULE

Saturday, March 28 - Waynesfield Raceway Park ; Waynesfield, OH - ($3,000 to win)

 

Saturday, April 25 - Atomic Speedway ; Alma, OH

 

Friday, May 1 - Moler Raceway Park ; Williamsburg, OH

 

Saturday, May 2 - Fremont Speedway ; Fremont, OH Friday,

 

May 15 - Limaland Motorsports Park; Lima, OH

 

Saturday, May 16 - Lawrenceburg Speedway ; Lawrenceburg, IN

 

Friday, May 29 - Gas City Speedway ; Gas City, IN

 

Saturday, May 30 - Twin Cities Raceway Park ; North Vernon, IN

 

Friday, June 12 - I-96 Speedway ; Lake Odessa, MI

 

Saturday, June 13 - Fremont Speedway ; Fremont, OH

 

Friday, June 19 - Moler Raceway Park ; Williamsburg, OH

 

Saturday, June 20 - Richmond Raceway ; Richmond, KY

 

Thursday, July 2 - Waynesfield Raceway Park ; Williamsburg, OH (Hewitt Classic)

 

Saturday, July 4 - Atomic Speedway ; Alma, OH

 

Saturday, July 18 - Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway ; Imperial, PA

 

Saturday, August 8 - Fremont Speedway ; Fremont, OH

 

Saturday, August 15 - Oakshade Raceway ; Wauseon, OH

 

Saturday, August 22 - Waynesfield Raceway Park ; Williamsburg, OH

 

Saturday, August 29 - Kokomo Speedway (Smackdown)

 

Friday, October 9 - Moler Raceway Park ; Williamsburg, OH

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    Sunday, Apr 26 Terre Haute Action Track Terre Haute, IN
    Saturday, May 16 Tri-State Speedway Haubstadt, IN
    Friday, May 22 Bloomington Speedway Bloomington, IN
    Saturday, May 23 Lincoln Park Speedway Putnamville, IN
    Sunday, May 24 Tri-State Speedway Haubstadt, IN
    Friday, May 29 Paragon Speedway Paragon, IN
    Saturday, Jun 13 Tri-State Speedway Haubstadt, IN
    Friday, Jun 19 Paragon Speedway Paragon, IN
    Saturday, Jun 20 Brownstown Speedway Brownstown, IN
    Saturday, Jun 27 Tri-State Speedway Haubstadt, IN
    Friday, Jul 3 Lincoln Park Speedway Putnamville, IN
    Saturday, Jul 11 Twin Cities Raceway North Vernon
    Saturday, Jul 18 Tri-State Speedway Haubstadt, IN
    Saturday, Aug 15 Tri-State Speedway Haubstadt, IN
    Sunday, Aug 16 Terre Haute Action Track Terre Haute, IN
    Saturday, Aug 22 Lincoln Park Speedway Putnamville, IN
    Friday, Sep 4 Bloomington Speedway Bloomington, IN
    Sunday, Sep 6 Tri-State Speedway Haubstadt, IN
    Saturday, Sep 19 Tri-State Speedway Haubstadt, IN
    Saturday, Oct 10 Tri-State Speedway Haubstadt, IN
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