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NCRA Drivers Motored Up for $6000 to win Sprint Opener!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Park City, Kansas – March 25, 2015 – We are just a few days away from the biggest paying purse in the tour’s 26 year history as the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products sprint car division kicks off the 2015 race season in a huge way as Pepsi Presents the 5th annual “Air Capital Shootout” this Saturday night, March 28. And once again, 81 Speedway in Park City will play host to the season opener and will be the first of five events scheduled at track owner C Ray Hall’s facility.

In preparation for Saturday night’s huge event that will pay $6000 to win and $500 to start the night’s championship feature, the track will hold a special practice session on Friday night from 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM. In a huge announcement just made, after practice sessions are complete, drivers have a chance to pick up added money as the track will host the “BP Products of Kansas Quick Time” will take place that will see the driver who sets the quickest time during time trials pick up an extra $500. Drivers who set the second through fifth fastest during time trials will also earn extra money, to be determined as money is being raised hourly. This time trial competition has NO BARING on Saturday night’s event, only a fun – yet competitive way for five drivers to earn extra money. Pit gates will open at 5:00 PM with pit passes just $10. There will be free admission to all fans in the grandstands and concession stands will be open.  

Friday night’s practice session and Saturday nights NCRA sprint season opener will also see the Wingless Oklahoma Warriors bring their brand of non-wing sprint racing to the three-eighths mile clay oval. Last year the WOW series opened their season at 81 Speedway where Norman, Oklahoma’s Koby Barksdale took home the victory over a nine car field. Latest word from the series is at least fifteen drivers will make the tow for their opener. Barksdale would go on to claim a total of seven feature victories on his way to the 2014 WOW inaugural championship.

Two drivers who are hoping their power plants are up to the thirteen race schedule are last year’s co-champions C.J. Johnson and Jeremy Campbell. Both drivers struggled with mechanical gremlins and that turned out to be the difference between their tie for the championship and an outright title. Campbell is a two-time series champion while Johnson has five series championships to his resume.

Veteran Jon Freeman of Salina, Kansas finished a strong third in the standings last year and looks to add a couple of feature victories this season. After picking up the ride in the Whitehead Motorsports #8w near mid-season, J.D. Johnson will be back full-time and look to better his fourth place 2014 standings finish.

Jeff Stasa finished fifth in last year’s final point standings and claimed his first career series feature win at the new Longdale Speedway in Longdale, Oklahoma.

2014 rookie of the year Jake Greider is also looking for bigger things during his sophomore season.

What was slated as $5000 to win rose $1000 last year thanks to Mel Hambelton Ford adding the extra money to Saturday night’s championship feature finale. This has some of the top drivers from across the region setting sights on 81 Speedway. They include defending race champion Kevin Swindell and inaugural “Air Capital Shootout” champion Danny Lasoski, Sammy Swindell, Jack Dover, Jon Agan, Aaron Reitzell, Kris Miller, Jordan Weaver, Danny Lasoski, Wayne Johnson, Don Droud, Jr., Tony Bruce, Jr. and more. Over forty drivers are expected.

Former winners of the “Air Capital Shootout include Danny Lasoski (2011); Jason Johnson (2012, 2013) and Kevin Swindell (2014).

Advanced tickets are on sale now at the speedway and are $15 for adults ages 11 and up; $5 for children 6-10. You can purchase you tickets by calling the 81 Speedway office (316) 755-1781.

Gates for this huge March 28th event at 81 Speedway open at 5:00 PM with racing slated for a 7:00 PM start time.  81 Speedway is located north of Wichita on I-135 to exit 16, then .7 mile west on 77th street.

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 2015 Oil Capital Racing Series Season Preview

New Season - New Cash Awards – New Brand Awareness

John Lemon

OCRS Public Relations

Tulsa Okla. (March 16, 2015) - The Oil Capital Racing Series is loading up the racing gear and getting ready for the 2015 sprint car tour that will see the series hit 12 tracks for 25 events encompassing four states. This coming year will see one large significant change to the popular sprint car series…… A new title sponsor!

The Performing Cast Members

A collection of quality proven feature winners are expected to compete with the AmeriFlex / OCRS at various times throughout the racing season. Former victory lane visitors expected to see 2015 action include:

Danny Smith, Whit Gastineau, Brian McClelland, Alex DeCamp, Shayla Waddell, Chance Morton, Kade Morton, Kyle Clark, Michael Bookout, Shane Sellers, Casey Wills, Gary Owens, Fred Mattox, Frank Dittman, Mickey Walker, Kenneth Walker, Andy Shouse and Jamie Passmore.

A few of the drivers expected to see action with the series include:

Johnny ‘Hotrod’ Kent, David Stephenson, Brett Wilson, Cameron Hagin, Nigel Calvert, Brian Gramm, Perry Pickard, Blake Edwards, Glen Passmore, Frank Taft, Sheldon Barksdale, Koby Barksdale, Mike Huard, Dan Schnackenberg, Chuck Bellefeuille, Morgan Fletcher, Chad Koch, Kyle Ezell and former AmeriFlex / OCRS contender and multi-time Creek County Speedway champion Brent Bates.

Third generation driver Trey Lambert has submitted his 2015 team entry to take a few swipes at some of the events posted on the docket. In contrast, the wiley and cagey veteran of Robert Sellers, a former Lawton Speedway champion, is also slated to join the traveling vagabonds for a handful of trips. Arkansas pilot Joseph Miller, who ran with OCRS last summer while on leave for a spell from the Air Force, is looking forward to opening night and plans on running several more events in 2015. In all, each night will be full of action packed drama as these brave drivers will take to the oval bullrings for the utmost in racing competition.

The Playgrounds
Here are the racetracks that are scheduled to host the AmeriFlex / OCRS sprint cars (in alphabetical order):

Flint Creek Speedway / West Siloam Springs OK:
Formerly known as the ‘West Siloam Speedway’ this racy little ¼-mile joint can sure make a driver keep their elbows up as any hesitation will be the result of negative positioning. Sophomore promoter Jacob Frese is making a better showing of Flint Creek than some before him. Best the facility has looked in quite sometime.

AmeriFlex / OCRS dates are: May 15th & September 4th.

Humboldt Speedway Humboldt KS:

One of the nicest surprises for a track you will find anywhere. “The Hummer” is one of the favorite traveling destinations for teams of the series. Most local fans only see these sprinters once a year and our teams come with their guns loaded for Hummer action. Never been to the Hummer? Correct that issue by joining us. You will leave knowing you saw something very special.

AmeriFlex / OCRS date is: July 17th.

Lawton Speedway / Lawton OK:

There isn’t anyone who cant say that the Lawton Speedway hasn’t lasted the test of time and then some. The place just oozes history and when one is there, you feel like you are on some kind of sacred soil. You know you have achieved something when one of the smartest racing promoters to have ever lived wants you 3-times a year. Losing money isn’t in his book of rules. Get ready Lawtonites, here we come.

AmeriFlex / OCRS dates are: April 25th, May 30th & August 1st.

Longdale Speedway / Longdale OK:

2015 will be the second year for the new facility and the AmeriFlex / OCRS series came calling with a strong 32-car field in their maiden voyage to “Jessie’s House”. This time around, the series will bring their i-notes for another crack at the track. The aluminum stands once had cheerleaders running all around them. Now its gearheads yelling and screaming at metal speed bullets.  

AmeriFlex / OCRS date is: August 29th.

Monett Speedway / Monett MO:

Known as the “Grand ‘Ol Lady”, the 46-year young facility will be hosting the sprints for the fourth consecutive season. Whit Gastineau won in a thrilling last lap pass in the first trip to Monett in 2012. Kacee Frazier (2013) and Michael Bookout (2014) scored initial AmeriFlex / OCRS career victories on the red clay. Here we come young lady.

AmeriFlex / OCRS date is: June 12th.

Osage Casino Caney Valley Speedway / Caney KS:

Just a stones throw from the Oklahoma / Kansas state line, there is typically always ‘Thunder in the Valley’ when the wild sprint cars take on Kerry Gorby’s ¼-mile gem. Take a spot and steal a spot is how you win at Caney. Rubbin’ isn’t racing, it’s a requirement to go forward. There will be plenty of chances to park in victory lane as the series makes four tour stops this season including the “Dirty 30” on Independents Day so leave the $110 Nike shirts at home.

AmeriFlex / OCRS dates are: April 18th, May 23rd, July 4th and September 5th.

Oklahoma Sports Park / Ada OK:

Always one of the fastest tracks on the schedule, special racing events will include the 7th Annual Harold Leep Jr. Memorial event on May 9th. Then, on September 12th, it’s the 9th running of the Oklahoma State Championship presented by Dooling Machine Products. $2000 is up for grabs to the victor along with the coveted acrylic trophy. The series will also waltz into town in June and July making for a 4-packer at The Land of Sand.

AmeriFlex / OCRS dates are: May 9th, June 20th, July 25th & September 12th.

Outlaw Motor Speedway  / Oktaha OK:

Now a sister track to the Longdale Speedway, Outlaw Motor Speedway will have 2 specials involving the AmeriFlex / OCRS series. The first one will be April 11th with AmeriFlex / OCRS sprint cars headlining an event billed as “Open Wheel Saturday Night”. Powri West Midgets and the economical WOW sprint cars will be a part of this exciting program. Then in August, the ‘Harold Leep Classic’ returns to OMS with the sprints paying $2000 to win! New upgrades have been made to the facility as well and they are something special to check out.

AmeriFlex / OCRS dates are: April 11th & August 28th.

Red River Speedway / Wichita Falls TX:

Construction delays kept the now 14-year-old series from making its first start ever in Longhorn country in last season. Such is not the case this go around as the track is up and running and the AmeriFlex / OCRS warriors are game to invade foreign soil and steal the treasures that lie south of the Red River. However, Texans welcoming Okies to come play in their arena sounds like an ambush in waiting.

AmeriFlex / OCRS date is: July 31st.

Salina Highbanks Speedway / Salina OK:

The Highbanks attracts those who dare to run without fear. Gone are the days that teams would leave enough rubber to start their own tire shop. Since Dave Edwards began sitting in the Captain’s chair, nearby Hudson Lake seems to bleed on the clay banks as rubber is now for toters only.  Have a well cut Rib Eye Steak from the Finishline Restaurant overlooking the track and you will know your night was special. A pairing with the USMTS mods makes its return again in August.   

AmeriFlex / OCRS dates are: May 16th, July 18th & August 22nd.

Southern Oklahoma Speedway / Ardmore OK:

The destination of this years 2015 season opener, the AmeriFlex / OCRS series was immediately called upon when John & Nicky Webb took over in mid-summer of 2011. It has been a wonderful partnership since. The series has grown bigger as has SOS. The Webb’s put hard work into their new playpen and they have since become a 5-star player in the promoting game. A game many don’t master but the Webb’s cracked the code. For this year’s season opener, the odds makers have set the number of entries for the over/under line at 34. Place your bets.

2015 SEASON OPENER IS: MARCH 28th.

Tri-State Speedway / Pocola OK:

Rare is when you find a 4-leaf clover. What’s more rare is finding a track owner selling one track only to get another track within a few months and then strip it down only to have to sink some cash into it before ever selling a ticket. That’s what Carey and Nicole Menasco are doing with Tri-State Speedway. Gone are concession stands from both the grandstands side (Carey wants room for Hells Kitchen chefs) and the pit side (hut went poof). Bathrooms are being overhauled and the lower level grandstands were removed for foundation repairs. The track surface got a major facelift when a convoy of dumpers spewed new clay all over the oval. Toss your notes out teams, you will need to write up some new ones. Go checkout the new crib this season, it’s going to be cool.

AmeriFlex / OCRS dates are: June13 & September 19th.

The Mathematics

There are 5 doubleheader weekends, They are:

*Flint Creek Speedway (5/15) & Salina Highbanks Speedway (5/16)

*Monett Speedway (6/12) & Tri-State Speedway (6/13)

Humboldt Speedway (7/17) & Salina Highbanks Speedway (7/18)

*Red River Speedway (7/31) & Lawton Speedway (8/1)

Outlaw Motor Speedway (8/28) & Longdale Speedway (8/29)

Flint Creek Speedway (9/4) & Osage Casino Caney Valley Speedway (9/5)

*Bonus doubleheaders will pay a $1000 cash bonus that will be divided among the top 3 drivers in “weekend points”. First place receives $500, second place receives $300 and third place pockets $200.  All bonus weekend events pay $250 to start the A Feature.

There are two $2000 to win events with $250 to start the A feature:

8/28 at the Outlaw Motor Speedway “Harold Leep Classic”

9/12 at the Oklahoma Sports Park “9th Annual Oklahoma State Championship” presented by Dooling Machine Products.

Other Bonus Events:

There will be an EXTRA $500 in cash for the feature winner at the following venues:

3/28: Southern Oklahoma Speedway

4/11: Outlaw Motor Speedway

4/18: Osage Casino Caney Valley Speedway

7/17: Humboldt Speedway

8/22: Salina Highbanks Speedway

8/29: Longdale Speedway

9/19: Tri-State Speedway

Like the other specials, these events will pay $250 to start the A-feature.

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25th Anniversary Civil War Series Presented by Flowmaster Season Set To Kick Off Friday Night

(Stockton, CA)- The racing season has come to life in California and on Friday night in Marysville, CA the stars and cars of the Civil War Series Presented By Flowmaster will kick off the series’ 25th season.

Coming off of a banner year in 2014, Shane Golobic enters the event as the series’ defending champion, and is again expected to be a very strong competitor aboard the Keith Day Trucking No. 22 event.

The Marysville Raceway has already hosted a pair of events to date, and perennial series powers, Justin Sanders and Andy Forsberg have each scored wins, and will be looking to get their 2015 Civil War Series campaigns off to a strong start.

Friday’s event will make the first of two events at the Marysville Raceway, as the series will return again Memorial Day weekend for the Mel Hal Memorial. During the two stops during the 2014 season, Andy Gregg and DJ Netto were victorious.

The 2015 Civil War Series schedule consists of 14 races, but new in 2015, drivers and teams will have an event they can ‘throw-away’ meaning their 13 best nights will be counted toward the season long championship chase.

“This is something new we wanted to try out in 2015,” Series Director, John Prentice said. “There are 14 races on the schedule and if a guy should have a bad night, or miss a race due to a couple of conflicts in the schedule, they can still have a shot at the championship. Hopefully next season we can get all conflicts worked out, but we wanted to see how this concept would work.”

Aside from Golobic, Forsberg, and Sanders, many of the regions top drivers are scheduled to be on hand including Sean Becker, Steven Tiner, Matt Peterson, Mason Moore, Justyn Cox, Steven Tiner, Colby Wiesz, John Michael-Bunch, Jeremy Hawes and many other.

Friday night, the front gates are slated to open at 5pm, with time trials getting underway by 6pm. Adult tickets will be on sale for $17, juniors and seniors on sale for $13, children 6-11 on sale for $6, while children under 5 are free.

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UMSS Heats Up August Weekend

Minnesota Summer Heat Outlaw Sprint Car Tour Announced

The Upper Midwest Sprint Car Series (UMSS) in conjunction with K.R.A Speedway, Princeton Speedway, Ogilvie Raceway, Parker Engines and Randy Grages from Midwest Power Equipment, is proud to announce a series of three consecutive nights of sprint car racing known as the Minnesota Summer Heat Outlaw Sprint Car Tour.  The three race weekend series is scheduled for August 20, 21 & 22 at three different Minnesota tracks.

The opening night of the Minnesota Summer Heat Outlaw Sprint Car Tour will take place at the K.R.A. Speedway in Willmar on Thursday, August 20.  This race is already part of the previously announced Midwest Power Outlaw Sprint Car Series and pays $2,300 to win.  The following night on Friday, August 21 the UMSS winged sprints head to the ¼ mile bullring at the Princeton Speedway for the Ethel Kouba Memorial paying $2,300 to win and $300 to start.  The UMSS Traditional (non-winged) sprints will also be part of the Princeton program with $500 to win and $100 to start.  The final night of the three race tour concludes at the Ogilvie Raceway on Saturday, August 22 and pays $5,000 to win and $400 to start for the UMSS winged sprints and $500 to win and $100 to start for the Traditional sprints.

The full purse, additional race details and sponsors for the Minnesota Summer Heat Outlaw Sprint Car Tour will be announced in the coming months.  A couple of well-known sprint car drivers, Justin Henderson and Danny Lasoski, have already stated their intention to be involved with the weekend.  2013 UMSS Champion Chris Graf from Glencoe, who is sponsored by Midwest Power Equipment, along with a host of other top drivers, will be gunning to take home their fair share of the increased purse money. Additional drivers will be announced as their entries are received.  With the potential to win $9,600 in first place prize money, GRP Motorsports in conjunction with the UMSS will put up a Clean Sweep Bonus of $10,400 should a driver pull off the difficult task of winning all three winged sprint car features during the Minnesota Summer Heat Tour making a potential of $20,000 to sweep the weekend.

Stated UMSS CDO Ron Bernhagen, “The UMSS has been looking to promote sprint car racing here in Minnesota since our inception, and this three race series really helps to further that goal.  Having the tremendous support of the parties involved and adding the popular Traditional sprints on two nights really gives sprint car racing fans a great opportunity to enjoy some spectacular open wheel racing during the Minnesota Summer Heat Outlaw Sprint Car Tour.”  Sprint car drivers and fans will certainly want to mark down the dates for this big Minnesota three race series.

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Patriot Sprint Tour Teams to Showcase New Colors this Weekend

Rich Vleck, ROCHESTER, NY, (March 13, 2015)- The first race of 2015 may still be over a month away, but a full heat race of cars are completed and ready to be put on display this weekend.

The Patriot Sprint Tour will be well represented this weekend as two major motorsports shows.  The Olean Mall Car show will showcase Jared Zimbardi and Steve Collins, the top two in PST America Points in 2014 while the Motorsports Expo will have six teams represented.

The Motorsports Expo at the New York State Fairgrounds is a highly-anticipated event each winter, and this year with the show a week later, the anticipation is even more intense.  2012 PST America Champion Scott Kreutter will have his Pole Position Raceway No. 52 on display, alongside a Pole Position cart. Kreutter will be teamed with Bruce DeWick in 2015, who will have his Monster Energy sprinter to showcase.

The Einstein Construction Group cars of Tommy Wickham and Paulie Colagiovanni, along with Alysha Ruggles and Will Glover’s new rides will help complete the rookie flare.  Adjoining to the PST booth will be the Mike Emhof Motorsports display, featuring the Eagle Chassis of Nick Cooper.

2015 Schedule cards of varying sides will be distributed at both locations.  The Motorsports Expo will run from 10:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. on Saturday and from 11:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. on Sunday.  For more information, visit www.PatriotSprintTour.com.

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Forsberg Shines in Silver Cup Opener

By Elijah Jones

CHICO, CA (3-6-15) - Auburn, CA driver Andy Forsberg led all 25 laps of the 360 Winged Sprint Car Main Event tonight en route to his 41st Career win at the Silver Dollar Speedway. Behind the wheel of the Cody Gainey owned PT Shocks #7C Forsberg would start from the Pole Position and not look back. Other winners during Opening Night of the Silver Cup included Troy Foulger in the IMCA Dirt Modifieds and Shane Myhre in the Wingless Sprints.

Andy Forsberg led the 20 car field down to the Green Flag from the pole position and wouldnt look back. Andy had to hold off a hard charge by Roseville, CA driver Sean Becker in the closing laps of the race. Becker would have to settle for the second place position as he just couldnt find a way around Forsberg. Third place tonight went to the 2014 Civil War Sprint Car Champion, Shane Golobic. Golobic had a solid night aboard the Keith Day Trucking #22K. Craig Stidham made the long trek up to race Chico from Fresno, CA and had a great night finishing fourth in tonights main event. Seth Bergman would round out the top five. Seth made the trip to Silver Dollar after the event he was supposed to compete in this weekend in Mississippi was rained out. Mason Moore won the B-Main as he took the lead coming to take the white flag. Heat race victories went to Seth Bergman, Willie Croft, Mike Monohan, and Justin Sanders. Willie Croft was Fastest in Qualifying with a lap time of 11.889.

Shane Myhre used a lot of patience to pick up his first career victory at the Silver Dollar Speedway. Myhre stalked early race leader Angelique Bell, until Bell had a slight bobble in turn one and Myhre would capitalize. Dwarf car Ace turned Wingless Sprint car standout Shawn Jones came home in the second position. While Brian Grier would round out the podium in the third position. Heat Race Victories went to Gary Nelson Jr, and Brian Grier.

With Night One of Silver Cup in the books we look forward to a great final night of the 2015 Silver Cup Race of Champions and a great season he at the Silver Dollar Speedway. For more information regarding the Silver Dollar Speedway please visit silverdollarspeedway.com.

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PATRIOT 360 SPRINT CARS SET TO INVADE PENN CAN SPEEDWAY JUNE 12TH

SUSQUEHANNA, PA…Penn Can Speedway has announced the return of 360 Sprint Car Racing to the Susquehanna oval for the first time since 2007.  The Patriot 360 Sprint Cars will invade the track for a big show on Friday, June 12th.  The show will cap off what is being billed as Penn Can Speedweek.

“We are excited to announce that The Patriot 360 Sprint Cars will visit Penn Can for the first time in eight years”, said new Promoter Dan Harpell.  “They are a great addition to an exciting 2015 schedule”.

This will be the fourth appearance at Penn Can by the Patriot group. Two of the first three were won by Chuck Hebing.  In his three Patriot starts at Penn Can “Cobra”, Hebing’s nickname, has two wins and a fifth place finish to his credit.  Hebing, the all-time feature win leader in Patriot history with 37 wins would have to be considered an early favorite in this event.

It will be a homecoming of sorts for another driver.  Former Penn Can Modified competitor and long time sprint car driver George Suprick will make a long awaited return to the speedway for this show. Suprick took home a fifth place finish the last time Patriot was at Penn Can.  He is third on the all time Patriot Sprint win list with 14 victories.

The other driver to capture a Patriot Sprint Car feature win at Penn Can is Justin Barger.  The second generation driver divided his time between 410 Sprint Cars and the 360’s in 2014.

Jared “The Juice” Zimbardi is the defending Patriot Sprint Tour Champion, a fete he accomplished for the second time in 2014. The 27 year old Bradford, Pennsylvania driver had a dominating year, garnering seven wins and the Canadian Series Championship enroute to the overall Patriot Championship.

The Patriot Sprint Car visit will cap off Penn Can Speedweek.  The week will begin on Friday, June 5th with the annual Bike Giveway Night, where over 100 kids rode off with a new bicycle in 2014.  Gary Folk, Jr. who directs the annual event promises an even bigger this year.

Four days later the Race of Champions Modified Series invades Penn Can.  That show will take place on Tuesday night, June 9th and will also include the RoC Sportsman and Four Cylinders.

The Penn Can Speedweek will conclude on Friday, June 12th with the Patriot Sprint Tour coming to town.  Look for announcements in the coming weeks about discount ticket opportunities for these events.

Be sure to circle Friday, June 12th on your calendar as a can’t miss night at Penn Can.  It’s the first appearance of the Patriot 360 Sprint Cars at the track since 2007 and they are sure to put on a tremendous show.

Penn Can Speedway is located on Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania.  For further information call the winter office at 607-296-4265, look us up on Facebook under Penn Can Speedway or log onto our website at www.penncan.com.

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Countdown Begins for NCRA Sprint $5000 to Win Opener!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Park City, Kansas – March 2, 2015 -  The 5th annual “Air Capital Shootout” is less than four weeks away for the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products sprint car tour and drivers from across the region are gearing up for the $5000 to win; $500 to start feature finale scheduled for 81 Speedway in Park City, Kansas on Saturday night, March 28, 2015. And for the second year in a row the Oklahoma based Wingless Oklahoma Warriors sprint car series will also open their 2015 race season.

With less than four weeks remaining, let’s take a look at the inaugural running of this now annual event.

The March 31, 2012 inaugural event saw 39 drivers from seven different states were on hand for the $4000 to win event and it was Eunice, Louisiana national champion Jason Johnson passing Knoxville, Iowa’s Wayne Johnson with eleven laps to go to claim the 30 lap feature finale.  

Veteran Danny Lasoski drove the Whitehead Motorsports #8w from twentieth to a runner up finish while tenth starting Brian Brown and W. Johnson finished third and fourth respectively. Don Droud, Jr. rounded out the top five.

Luke Cranston led the first three laps of that 2012 event with W. Johnson leading laps 4-19 before J. Johnson passed him in turns three and four to lead the final eleven laps.

Our countdown to the 2015 version of the “Air Capital Shootout” continues next week as we recap the 2013 version of this annual event.

Gates for this season opener for the NCRA 360-ci sprint car tour will open at 5:00 PM with racing slated for a 7:00 PM start time.

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Inaugural Green Mountain Sprint Car Nationals Coming to The Dirt Track at Devil’s Bowl

ESS, SCoNE to co-sanction historic $3,000-to-win open-comp Sprint Car event

For Immediate Release

WEST HAVEN, VT – Sprint Car racing history will be made in Vermont as The Dirt Track at Devil’s Bowl Speedway hosts a blockbuster open-competition event – the inaugural “Green Mountain Sprint Car Nationals” – on Saturday, September 26.  The new 1/3-mile clay oval is set for a showdown featuring the region’s most fearless racecar drivers and their lightning-quick, winged, open-wheel machines.

The Green Mountain Sprint Car Nationals will be the richest Sprint Car race in Vermont history and is expected to draw the region’s top teams.  The purse boasts a $3,000 winner’s prize and a minimum of $300 to start.  The event is co-sanctioned by the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints (ESS) and the Bond Auto Parts Sprint Cars of New England (SCoNE), but is open to any winged Sprint Car with a 360-cubic-inch engine limit.

SCoNE champion Chris Donnelly of Piermont, NH became the first Sprint Car winner at The Dirt Track at Devil’s Bowl last fall.  Other top SCoNE racers include Dan Douville, Clay Dow, Kevin Chaffee, Luke Greenwood, Jake Williams, Tyler Austin, and SCoNE president Will Hull.  Front-running ESS drivers include Chuck Hebing, Jason Barney, Jeff Cook, Matt Tanner, and Cory Sparks, along with Canadians Lee Ladouceur and 2014 champion Steve Poirier.  A family rivalry is also expected between SCoNE’s Lacey Hanson and her cousin, ESS competitor James Hanson, who are each based in Orwell, VT just 10 minutes from Devil’s Bowl.

“I think the Green Mountain Sprint Car Nationals will be something special,” ESS promoter Dean Reynolds said.  “We’ll see the best of both series, and I bet a few Canadian teams will come to Devil’s Bowl for the great purse being offered.  We can’t wait for this race.”

“I’m excited and anxious to bring together all of the region’s top Sprint Car teams for the first time,” SCoNE president and competitor Will Hull said.  “We had a great time at Devil’s Bowl last fall and I really think this is going to be a race to remember.”

“Our fans are going to see a wild show at the Green Mountain Sprint Car Nationals,” Devil’s Bowl promoter Mike Bruno said.  “Dean Reynolds of ESS and Will Hull from SCoNE deserve a lot of credit for putting this event together.  It’ll be exciting to see how the best from each series stack up against each other.”

The inaugural Green Mountain Sprint Car Nationals will be held on Saturday, September 26, with additional details to follow.  Drivers will also have two additional opportunities to compete at The Dirt Track at Devil’s Bowl, as SCoNE holds stand-alone events on Sunday, July 5 and Sunday, August 9.

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2015 NCRA Sprint Schedule Released

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – February 8, 2015 – Park City, Kansas - The 2015 schedule for the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing products 360-ci sprint car division has been announced with thirteen dates slated at five different venues slated.

The 26th consecutive season for the tour once again kicks off in a huge way with the 5th annual “Air Capital Shootout” at 81 Speedway in Park City on Saturday night, March 28. This event will once again pay $5000 to win with $500 going to all who start the twenty car feature finale.

Next event will take place three weeks later, once again at 81 Speedway, on Saturday night, April 18th.

For the second year in a row and third time in the tours history, Butler County Speedway in Rising City, Nebraska will host the gladiators on Saturday night, May 2, in a combined effort with the Nebraska 360 series. On May 30, the tour will head to Tommy Estes’ place and Dodge City Raceway Park in Dodge City, Kansas for the first of two events scheduled.

A special pre-Nationals event is slated for Sunday night, June 21, at the Kansas State Fairgrounds in Hutchinson, Kansas. The tour will be joined with the series’ modified and late model divisions.

Next up will be a weekend double header with the Bank of Oklahoma American Sprint Car Series Red River Region, kicking off at Dodge City Raceway Park on Saturday night, June 27, for the annual Steve King Memorial. From there both tours will head to the home of the NCRA and 81 Speedway for a Sunday night encounter.

Butler County Speedway hosts the tour for the final time in 2015 on Saturday night, July 11, in another combined event with the Nebraska 360 sprint series.

Next up will be the grand daddy of them all; the O’Reilly Auto Parts presented by Mel Hambelton Ford 59th annual Hutchinson Grand Nationals, atop the Kansas State Fairgrounds in Hutchinson, Kansas on Friday and Saturday night, July 24-25.

Nest up will be the annual Labor Day weekend double-header, starting with a Saturday night, September 5, event at 81 Speedway before their annual holiday trek to the famed Belleville High Banks in Belleville, Kansas for a Labor Day Sunday night event.

The 26th season for the tour is scheduled to come to a conclusion on Saturday night, October 10, at 81 Speedway.

For more information concerning the NCRA 360-ci sprint car series as well as official rules, point standings and schedule, check out their official website www.racencra.com or call the series office (316) 755-1781.

Officials with the National Championship Racing Association would like to welcome the following for their partnership with the series in 2015: Park City, Kansas, Precise Racing Products, Hoosier Racing Tires, Sunoco Race Fuels, Mel Hambelton Ford, O’Reilly Auto Parts.

2015 NCRA 360-ci Sprint Schedule
March 28     81 Speedway/Park City, Kansas ($5000 to win)

April    18     81 Speedway/Park City, Kansas

May      2      Butler County Speedway/Rising City, Nebraska

May    30      Dodge City Raceway Park/Dodge City, Kansas

June   21       Kansas State Fairgrounds/Hutchinson, Kansas

June   27       Dodge City Raceway Park/Dodge City, Kansas

June   28       81 Speedway/Park City, Kansas

July    11       Butler County Speedway/Rising City, Nebraska

July    24       Kansas State Fairgrounds/Hutchinson, Kansas

July     25      Kansas State Fairgrounds/Hutchinson, Kansas

Sept      5       81 Speedway/Park City, Kansas

Sept      6       Belleville High Banks Speedway/Belleville, Kansas

Oct       10     81 Speedway/Park City, Kansas

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Short Track Nationals Slated for Final Weekend of October

Lonnie Wheatley, LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (January 27, 2015) – I-30 Speedway’s Short Track Nationals.  It’s an event that race teams and race fans alike from all corners of the country eagerly anticipate each year.

And this year is no different, with the 28th version of the premier 360-ci Sprint Car event in the country set for October 28-31, 2015.

This year’s rendition of the COMP Cams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tires will once again kick off with the Short Track Nationals Open on Wednesday night, October 28, before moving on to two full qualifying nights that set the stage for the $15,000-to-win STN finale on October 31.

In what has become an annual pilgrimage to Little Rock, Ark., for many to determine bragging rights for the next twelve months, Oklahoma’s Christopher Bell became the event’s 17th different winner this past October by defeating a field of competitors from all across the nation.

Bell joined a prestigious list of winners that includes names such as Kinser, Swindell and Wright along with current Outlaw regulars including Paul McMahan, Brad Sweet, Jason Johnson and Jason Sides among others.

Gary Wright ranks as the only four-time STN champion with triumphs in 1995, 1999, 2003 and 2004.  Sammy Swindell added his third win in 2013 to previous scores in 1990 and 2011 to match Steve Kinser’s three STN wins (1988, 1989 and 1991) with two-time STN winners including McMahan (2002 and 2012) and Tony Bruce, Jr. (2008 and 2009).

In addition to Bell, others capturing STN honors on one occasion include Brad Sweet (2010), Jason Meyers (2007), Jason Johnson (2006), Tim Montgomery (2005), Jason Sides (2001), Mike Ward (2000), Tim Crawley (1998), Wayne Johnson (1997), Pete Butler (1996), Terry Gray (1994) and John Gerloff (1993).  The 1992 edition fell victim to rain.

Additional information including entry and ticket information will become available as the event draws closer.

Information regarding the 28th Annual COMP Cams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tires is available at www.i-30speedway.com or by calling I-30 Speedway at 501-455-4567.

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Oil Capital Racing Series Set To Pay Largest Pre-Point Fund Purse In Series History

Tulsa OK (January 22, 2015) – To say the past few racing seasons have seen the AmeriFlex Hose & Accessories / Oil Capital Racing Series gain steady growth one step at a time would be a fair and accurate account of what the regional sprint car series has encountered. There have been added racetracks, new sponsors, new fans and special programs for the race teams along with a steady dose of public relations work to gain additional notoriety within the motorsports fraternity.

There were also occasions when a few extra dollars got tossed into the purses for the traveling teams. Thanks in large part to AmeriFlex Hose & Accessories, the new title sponsor for OCRS, there will be multiple events on the 2015 schedule that will see extra cash up for grabs which by season’s end, will account for the largest ‘pre-point fund’ payout in series history.

“We can’t thank Corvan Robison of AmeriFlex enough for the support he has provided our series;” said OCRS president Barry Grabel. “Not just for what AmeriFlex is doing beginning in 2015, but for what they have meant to our series since they came on board a few years ago. I tell ya, those are some very special people over there. OCRS looks forward in broadening our relationship with Corvan and his staff at AmeriFlex for some time to come.”

The 14th season for the AmeriFlex Hose & Accessories / Oil Capital Racing Series is set to get underway on Saturday, March 28th at the Southern Oklahoma Speedway in Ardmore Oklahoma. The teams unloading for competition at the season opener will compete for a take of $1500 to win and $250 to start. That’s just the appetizer.

On Friday August 28th, the sprinters trek to the Outlaw Motor Speedway in Oktaha OK where the return of the previously held ‘Harold Leep Nationals’ will take place under the newly named ‘Harold Leep Classic’. The winner will bank a cool $2000 with $250 available to each starter of the feature race.

“We ran the Leep Nationals for a spell and when the track (Outlaw) was going through managerial changes in 2013, OCRS didn’t hold an event there that season. It is with great honor that our series restores this event to honor Harold. We wish to thank Chris Smith (OMS promoter) for his cooperation in restoring this event.” Additional information honoring Leep at OMS will be announced during the coming season.

The AmeriFlex Hose & Accessories / Oil Capital Racing Series will be at the Oklahoma Sports Park in Ada OK for the 9th Annual Oklahoma State Championship race. This season, the OSC race will be sponsored by Dooling Machine Products, which has facilities located in Wynnewood Oklahoma and Hartford Illinois. Company owner Joe Dooling is a Chili Bowl winning car owner having won the prestigious midget race in 2014 with former USAC champion driver Bryan Clauson. The team had a solid top ten run in the 2015 Chili Bowl.

“ We are ecstatic about having Dooling Machine Products on board to sponsor one of our biggest events,” exclaimed Grabel. “I have known Joe for a period of time and he doesn’t allow his name to be used just anywhere. To have Joe give his blessing on sponsoring one of our events is an honor that we will be forever grateful. We are looking forward to putting on a great show on his behalf as well as for our fans.”

The event is now billed as the ‘AmeriFlex Hose & Accessories / Oil Capital Racing Series 9th Annual Oklahoma State Championship Race Presented by Dooling Machine Products’. The event winner will collect $2000 with teams earning $250 to start. Additional money has been added to the other top five positions as well.

Every AmeriFlex/OCRS event that has a special purse assigned to it will have a starting pay of $250. “We must thank all of our track promoters for working with us,” stated Grabel. “They are another key reason why our series continues to prosper. We couldn’t ask for a better group of promoters than what we have in our series. We all work together for a common goal and we are pleased to work hand in hand with these fine people.”Other AmeriFlex/OCRS venues paying $1500 to win include:

April 11th: “Open Wheel Saturday” - Outlaw Motor Speedway in Oktaha OK *
April 18th: Osage Casino Caney Valley Speedway in Caney KS
July 17th: Humboldt Speedway in Humboldt KS
August 22nd: Salina Highbanks Speedway in Salina OK**
August 29th: Longdale Speedway in Longdale OK
September 19th: Tri-State Speedway in Pocola OK

But wait….. There’s more……..

Three doubleheader weekends have been selected for drivers to vie for bonus cash payouts as well. The Top 3 Drivers accumulating the most AmeriFlex/OCRS championship points in each of the selected weekend doubleheaders will share in a $1000 bonus payout. The driver with the most points in a selected weekend will earn $500 in cash. Second receives $300 and third collects $200. Cash will be divided among any drivers tying for the bonus positions.

All weekend doubleheader events selected for the $1000 bonus cash payouts will also pay $250 to start the A-feature. The selected doubleheaders are:

Flint Creek Speedway (5/15)  & Salina Highbanks Speedway (5/16)
Monett Speedway (6/12) & Tri-State Speedway (6/13)
Red River Speedway (7/31) & Lawton Speedway (8/1)

AmeriFlex Hose & Accessories / Oil Capital Racing Series officials are working diligently on other possible bonus purses for the season. Those details will be announced as they are warranted.

2015 is shaping up to be the best season on record for the sprint car series. AmeriFlex/OCRS officials are looking forward to providing our fans with the utmost in sprint car racing entertainment. We put passion in our work and we put passion on the racetrack. Our fans bring their passion to our series.

*With Poweri West Midgets and WOW Sprints

** With USMTS Modifieds

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Date for $5000 to win NCRA Sprint Opener Announced

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Park City, Kansas – January 21, 2015 - Officials with the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products sprint car division have announced the much anticipated date for the fifth annual “Air Capital Shootout,” to be held at 81 Speedway in Park City, Kansas.

This $5000 to win, $500 to start event will take place on Saturday night, March 28, 2015 and will once again be the season opener for the NCRA 360 sprint car series.  For the second year in a row the Wingless Oklahoma Warriors sprint car series will be the support division.

360 sprint car national champion Jason Johnson of Eunice, Louisiana won the first two “Air Capital Shootout” events before Dover, Missouri veteran Danny Lasoski took home the 2013 version while Kevin Swindell took home the $5000 first place prize last year.

More race details as well as lodging and grandstand information will be announced in the coming weeks as well as potential race sponsors for this event.

The complete 2015 NCRA 360 sprint car schedule will officially be announced after the 2014 season banquet on Saturday night, January 31.

For more information concerning NCRA’s sprint car division or their late model and weekly divisions, call (316) 755-1781 or check out their website www.racencra.com.

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URSS Celebrates 10 Years with 2015 Schedule Release

The United Rebel Sprint Series will be entering its 10th Season this year and is proud to announce its 2015 racing schedule. For the past nine years, the URSS has been the Midwest’s Premiere 305 Sprint Car Racing Series.  Focusing on putting on the best shows for the racing fans has always been the mantra for Series Promoter Rick Salem, who when setting up the series ago told drivers and team owners that he wanted to leave the Rule Book alone for ten years to see how much The URSS Series  could grow.  The Series has produced seven different Champions in the first nine years, in 2014 there were 16 different drivers who graced the Winners Circle in 26 races proving that you can build a competitive 305 Sprint Car Series that provides parity between all drivers and teams regardless of how many years of experience they have under their belts.

This season’s only change will be that the National Championship will be determined by points earned at the ten “National Events” on the 2015 Schedule.  At these National Events the competitors will be racing for purses of between $1000 to $2000 dollars to win.  The Kansas Region points Title will still run under the current rules of counting 80% of the races run within that Region.

The 2015 racing season will kick off with a two day show at the Liberal Fairgrounds Speedway on April 18th & 19th.  The Rebels have made 16 appearances at the famed 3/8’s mile venue .

May 9th will be the first of four appearances at the 3/8’s mile Dodge City Raceway Park, where the action is always fast and furious with drivers using every inch of the high banks.

May 24th the Rebels will make their first of three appearances at the Wakeeney, Speedway.

May 30th the Rebels return to RPM Speedway in Hays, Kansas making the trip to the fast oval four times in 2015.

Saturday June 27th the URSS Sprints cars head back to Dodge City Raceway Park for the first leg of a two Kansas swing with the Rebels making their way to the Wakeeney Speedway on Sunday June 28th rounding out the action.

The Rebels then head out on an ambitious 5 race National Event run featuring 5 races in 9 days. July 10th the Rebels will invade the Wakeeney Speedway for night one of the run, followed on July 11th & 12th with a return to RPM Speedway for the two day “Wheatschocker Nationals.”  The following weekend the Rebels head to Lexington, Nebraska for a two day show on July 18th & 19th at Dawson County Speedway.

July 24th the Rebels head to Dodge City Raceway Park of a night one of a two day Southwestern swing before heading on the 28th to Hugoton, Kansas for a stop at the Dirtona Raceway.

July 31st will see the Rebels make the trip to the “1/4 mile Bullring” at Rush County Speedway in LaCrosse, Kansas  then completely switch gears on August 1st as they tackle the monstrous High Banks at Belleville, Kansas.

On the weekend of August 29th and 30th the Rebels will make their last appearances at RPM Speedway and Wakeeney respectively.

September 5th and 6th the Rebels will return to the Decatur County Speedway in Oberlin, Kansas for a two day National Event, “The Bob Salem Memorial.”

Rounding out the Racing Season will be the final appearance at Dodge City Raceway Park for the final National Event of 2015, Last year it went down to the wire as Jake Bubak won his second consecutive URSS Championship.

For more information you can visit the United Rebel Sprint Series Website @ www.unitedrebelsprintseries.com or e-mail Series Promoter Rick Salem at rksalem@eaglecom.net.

2015 URSS Tentative Schedule
April 18th   Liberal Fairgrounds Speedway   Liberal, KS
April 19th   Liberal Fairgrounds Speedway   Liberal, KS

May 9th      DCRP    Dodge City, KS
May 24th    Wakeeney Speedway   Wakeeney, KS
May 30th    RPM Speedway   Hays, KS

June 27th   DCRP     Dodge City, KS
June 28th   Wakeeney Speedway    Wakeeney, KS

July 10th    Wakeeney Speedway   Wakeeney, KS   (N)
July 11th    RPM Speedway   Hays, KS (N)
July 12th    RPM Speedway   Hays, KS (N)

July 18th    Dawson Co. Speedway   Lexington, NE (N)
July 19th    Dawson Co. Speedway   Lexington, NE (N)

July 24th    DCRP  Dodge City, KS
July 25th    Dirtona Raceway   Hugoton, KS

July 31st    Rush Co. Speedway    LaCrosse, KS (N)
Aug 1st      Belleville Highbanks   Belleville, KS (N)

Aug 29th    RPM Speedway   Hays, KS
Aug 30th    Wakeeney Speedway   Wakeeney, KS

Sept 5th    Decatur Co. Speedway   Oberlin, KS (N)
Sept 6th    Decatur Co. Speedway   Oberlin, KS (N)

Sept 29th  DCRP   Dodge City, KS (N)

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OCRS 2014: A SEASON REVIEW

John Lemon

OCRS Public Relations

Tulsa OK (January 8, 2015)- It’s hard to fathom but another year has come and gone thus it’s time to pull down the curtain for the final time on the 2014 Oil Capital Racing Series sprint car racing season with a look back at what was, and will be, a year to remember.

Caney Kansas native Andrew Deal became the fifth champion in OCRS history by earning the Harold Leep Championship Trophy. Deal’s accomplishment came aboard the Wade Cagle owned / OCRA Operating Co. / Burke Oil / Outlaw Dozer / DFR Discount Tire #15D. The winning combination was an A.R.T. chassis with a Wornhor Racing Engine under the hood. Deal chased points leader Danny Smith for much of the season until taking over the top spot with just a few events left on the schedule. He would never relinquish the position.

The 13th year of OCRS competition started off a bit damp as the initial attempt to get the racing season started at the Southern Oklahoma Speedway in Ardmore fell victim to Mother Nature as rain put an end to the show after the Drive Shaft Inc Heat Race was completed. This left the brand new Longdale Speedway as the host track for the official 2014 opener.

Whit “Gasman” Gastineau found himself as part of a 32-car entry at Longdale, which was the second highest car count in 2014 as Lawton Speedway had a 37 car field a few weeks later. Gastineau had some tough obstacles to over come. First he had to piece a car together and scratch and claw for basic necessities in order to compete due to a massive tornado that took everything the family owned the year before. As if that wasn’t enough to deal with, Gastineau lost his engine builder, Larry Allen, due to a tragic incident before the season started. Gastineau would overcome these major obstacles tossed in his path and went on to win the series opener.

To further show his will to succeed, Gastineau then took round number two at the speedy Oklahoma Spots Park.  Danny Smith would snare runner-up honors at each of the first two events. The series then returned to Southern Oklahoma Speedway on April 26th where Shane Sellers made an exciting last lap move on Mickey Walker to score a victory. From that point on, it was a plethora of victory lane visitors.

In all, there were 14 different A-Feature winners that took a stroll to victory lane in 22 events held for the year.  Throttle masher Alex DeCamp lead the series with five feature wins. Those came at: Tri-State, Lawton, Salina Highbanks (twice) and the Osage Casino Caney Valley Speedway. Only three drivers would see more than one victory photo session. Gastineau along with Chance Morton (West Siloam Speedway, Tri-State Speedway and Outlaw Motorsports Park) and Brian McClelland, who would conquer the Salina Highbanks & the Southern Oklahoma Speedway were multiple winners.

Morton’s West Siloam Speedway victory came in a non-winged affair. Additional non-wing winners were Danny Smith at South Coffeyville Speedway and Alex DeCamp at the Osage Casino Caney Valley Speedway. Smith would be crowned the 2014 Non-Wing champion receiving cash, a generous product certificate from the staff at M&W Aluminum Products in New York along with a $2,000 program offered by the Jimmy Sills School of Open Wheel Racing in California. 2014 was the second consecutive year OCRS held non-wing events that counted towards the overall championship.

There were first time OCRS winners that dotted the schedule. Michael Bookout scored at the Monett Speedway, Derek Cottrell crossed the stripe first at Tri-State Speedway. These two accomplishments just happened to take place on the same weekend in June.

Fred Mattox, who had been so close to taking the Oklahoma State Championship event held each year at the Oklahoma Sports Park in previous attempts, would not be denied this time as he “parked” the AKL Oilfield Services / Pacer Energy & Marketing / D&J Tank Trucks XXX car with DSO power during the 8th annual running of the event. It was the second overall OCRS victory for Mattox.

Also at OSP, Gary Owens took checkers in the 6th Annual Harold Leep Jr. Memorial race in May. Four-time OCRS king Jamie Passmore would make one of only two appearances count by winning at the Osage Casino Caney Valley Speedway while Kenneth Walker took the OCRS season finale at the same track. Eventual champion Deal would take checkers at OSP win in July.

Johnny ‘Hotrod’ Kent was sidelined for several weeks early in the season yet came back and ran very strong to earn a top 10 berth in the standings and scored the most AmeriFlex Hose & Accessories heat races with four.

Alex DeCamp tallied four Bob Hurley Auto Family heat races while Danny Smith took four Drive Shaft Inc heat races as these were the most wins by a single driver in these categories.  There were 8 different winners in the Car & Fleet heat races (4th heat when needed) that scored one each.   

Danny Smith was the AmeriFlex Hose & Accessories ‘Hardest Charger’ of the year with six such honors. Mickey Walker took 2 Wesmar Power Parts B-Features. In the “Don’t want to win it if I don’t have to” category, Mike Huard was selected three times as the D&E Supply Hard Luck recipient.

The final top 10 in OCRS points were:
Andrew Deal: 1684
Danny Smith: 1634
Kade Morton: 1418
Chance Morton: 1376
Brian McClelland: 1357
Kyle Clark: 1297
Alex DeCamp: 1179
Shayla Waddell: 1003
Cameron Hagin: 1001
Johnny Kent: 991

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360 Series Points
 
 
  URC 
FINAL
1. Davie Franek 1529
2. Josh Weller 1406
2. Randy West 1406
4. Curt Michael 1277
5. Ed Aikin 1251
6. Troy Betts 1231
7. R Stillwaggon 1189
8. J. Swanson 1058
9. Brian Carber 1042
10. Andy Best 908
 
 ESS
Final
1. Steve Poirier   2184
2. Jason Barney 1888
3. Jeff Cook  1786
4. Matt Tanner  1678
5. Paul Kinney  1609
6. Chuck Hebing 1294
7. Cory Sparks  1155
8. Dave Axton 1108
9. Kevin Ward Jr. 987
10. T. Wickham  986
 
Patriot Sprints
America
FINAL
1. Jared Zimbardi 1982
2. Steve Collins 1782
3. Dave Just 1735
4. Brad Knab 1733
5. Scott Just 1654
6. Scott Kreutter 1609
7. Dane Lorenc 1595
8. Derek Jonathan 1586
9. Tyler Graves 1525
10. Bryan Howland 1318

Canadian
FINAL
1. Jared Zimbardi 795
2. Alain Bergeron 736
3. Lee Ladouceur 716
4. Mitch Brown 701
5. Chris Jones 613
6. Kyle Fraser 609
7. Rick Wilson 569
8. April Wilson 498
9. Tyler Rand 447
10. Dane Lorenc 413
 
NCRA
FINAL
1. Jeremy Campbell  3315
1. CJ Johnson    3315
3. Jon Freeman  2990
4. J.D. Johnson  2895
5. Jeff Stasa  2590
6. Jake Greider 2325
7. Ray Seeman  1985
8. Jack Dover  1810
9. Tyler Drueke  1565
10. Jordan Weaver  1565

SOS
Final
1. Glenn Styres 1747
2. Mitch Brown 1699
3. Keith Dempster 1522
4. Chris Jones 1397
5. Warren Mahoney 1368
6. Shawn Sliter 1340
7. Bob Crawford 1242
8. Brad Lodge 1234
9. Jamie Turner 1191
10. Mike Ferrell 1179

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