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Monday, December 06, 2021

32nd Annual Pennsylvania Sprint Car Speedweek presented by Red Robin Schedule is Set

 


Abbottstown, PA (December 6, 2021) – With another successful Speedweek in the books, Red Robin has signed on as the presenting sponsor of the 32nd Annual Pennsylvania Sprint Car Speedweek, slated to kick off at the historic Williams Grove Speedway on Friday, June 24, 2022.

“We could not be more pleased to partner with Red Robin again in 2022. This year we saw a great turn out from the fans and the race teams.  The fan and race team support, combined with Red Robin partnership it was yet another successful Speedweek,” said Alan Kreitzer a member of the PA Sprint Speedweek association. “Red Robin continues to be a great supporter of sprint car racing and this partnership will help to advance the growing popularity and prestige of the PA Speed Week series.”

 
“Lehigh Valley Restaurant Group – Red Robin looks forward to continuing our partnership with sprint car racing by supporting the 32nd Annual Pennsylvania Sprint Car Speedweek. We have been a locally owned and operated part of the central and eastern Pennsylvania communities for 28 years. Race fans have supported Red Robin, and we look forward to supporting race fans, teams and tracks during the most anticipated week in PA sprint car racing. Whether it is memories of your favorite restaurant or the first time you experienced PA Speedweek, we all fondly remember those times with family and friends. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook @RedRobinRacing. Visit www.redrobinpa.com to place your online order or to see our offers,” said Chris DeFrain, VP of Strategic Planning and Business Development at Lehigh Valley Restaurant Group.

Lehigh Valley Restaurant Group – Red Robin has 21 locations in the Lehigh Valley, Northeast, Southeast and Harrisburg regions. Since 1993, Red Robin has been providing memorable guest experiences and great food.

 

The schedule for the 32nd annual PA Sprint Speedweek:

 Friday, June 24 - Williams Grove Speedway

Saturday, June 25 – Lincoln Speedway

Sunday, June 26 – BAPS Motor Speedway

Monday, June 27 – Lincoln Speedway

Tuesday, June 28 – Grandview Speedway

Wednesday, June 29 - Port Royal Speedway

Thursday, June 30 - Hagerstown Speedway

Friday, July 1 - Williams Grove Speedway

Saturday, July 2 - Port Royal Speedway

Sunday, July 3 – Selinsgrove Speedway [rain date: July 4]

In the heart of the PA Posse’s home, Central PA’s marquee event, Pennsylvania Sprint Speedweek, has a storied history of being the most anticipated week of racing for 31 years. The coveted title has been won by some of the biggest names in sprint car racing including, Fred Rahmer, Greg Hodnett, Danny Dietrich and Lance Dewease. 2021 NASCAR Champion Kyle Larson has also inked his name in the record books as a PA Speedweek Champion. In addition to his championship Larson and fellow NASCAR star, Christopher Bell, have Speedweek wins on their resume. It truly is one of the greatest spectacles in dirt track racing and a must attend event for any race fan.




Sunday, December 05, 2021

Royal Speedway Set for Huge Diverse 39-Race Schedule in 2022

 


By-Justin Snyder

Port Royal Speedway- PORT ROYAL, Penn. (Dec. 4, 2022) Port Royal Speedway is set to host a jam-packed 39-race  schedule during the 2022 racing season featuring 14 different divisions throughout the year.

The Weikert's Livestock 410 Sprint Cars will be featured a total of 31 times beginning with the 80th Annual Opening Day presented by Packer's Concessions, LLC. on March 6th at 2:00pm and concluding with a $5000-to-win event on Friday, Oct. 14th as part of the Short Track Super Series event .

The FloRacing All Star Circuit of Champions will again visit the Speed Palace a total of six times in the season with the $10,000-to-win Keith Kauffman Classic kicking things off for the series on April 23rd. The Bob Weikert Memorial will again take place over the Memorial Day weekend on May 28-29 and will continue to pay $10,000-to-win for the opener and $29,000 for the finale. The marquee event, the 55th Annual Tuscarora 50, will again be three days Sept. 8-10 and will feature payouts of $8000, $10,000 and a record-high of $55,000 for the finale.

The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series will again return to the Speedway in 2022 for the two-day Nittany Classic Oct. 7-8. However, for the first time ever, the series will visit the Speedway a second time with a rare Wednesday visit on July 20th. Payouts for that event are still to be determined.

Other highlights for the division will be the 16th Annual Living Legends Dream Race with a minimum $60,000 purse and a pair of Pennsylvania Speedweek dates on Wednesday, June 29th and Saturday, July 2nd. Wednesday's event will pay $7,000-to-win while Saturday's 4th Annual Greg Hodnett Classic will pay $10,000-to-win.

The Super Late Models have 20 scheduled events for 2022 and will again feature weekly $3000-to-win events. The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will visit the Speedway three times in 2022, beginning with a $10,000-to-win 40-lap event on Sunday, April 10th. The series other event, the Rumble by the River, will serve as the biggest  event of the season at the track for the Super Late Models with a pair of $5000-to-win 'Twin 25's' taking place on August 26th followed by a whopping $50,000 finale on August 27th.

The World of Outlaws Late Model Series returns to the Speedway as well in 2022 and they will compete for $10,000-to-win on May 21st. The ULMS Racing Series will sanction four events beginning with the season's first double header weekend on March 19-20. Both of those events will pay $3500-to-win, while the May 7th visit will pay $4000-to-win. They will conclude their season at the Speedway on Sept. 3 for the 19th Annual Butch Renninger Memorial during the 168th Annual Juniata County Fair Opener and that will pay a minimum of $6,333 for the winner and features various other contingency prizes throughout the night.

Another event to look forward to will take place on April 16th, where the division will take part in a special "Australian Pursuit" format during the night.

Returning for their fourth consecutive full season of events, the Selinsgrove Ford Limited Late Models will compete in a total of 12 events for the 2022 season. They will again be featured as part of the Butch Renninger Memorial event  in September and they will make their first visit of the season on March 26th. They'll compete for $1500-to-win as part of the Lucas Oil Late Model visit in April and take part in a pair of 'Twin 20's' on June 4th.

The PennsValley MeatMarket PA Sprint Series 305 Sprint Cars will have nine events scheduled in 2020. They'll make their first visit on Saturday, April 9th, and will close out their season with the 11th Annual Keystone RaceSaver Challenge event on Saturday, Oct. 22. They'll be on the card for the opening night of the Bob Weikert Memorial in May and be part of the Tuscarora 50 weekend on Thursday, Sept. 8. Another event to look forward to for the division will be on Saturday, June 11th, where they'll compete in a pair of 'Twin 20' feature events.

A multitude of other open wheel divisions will join in on the fun for the 2022 season and arguably there will be no bigger event then the June 18th annual visit of the USAC Eastern Storm. Joining the wingless sprint cars racing for $6000 will be the USAC Silver Crown Series racing for $8000 and the 410 Winged Sprint Cars competing for $5000. The event, dubbed the USAC Eastern Blast, will be a must see event at the Speed Palace.

The United Racing Club 360 Winged Sprint Cars will make two visits to the Speedway in 2022 (April 9 and June 29) for a pair of $2000-to-win events and the USAC East Coast Wingless Sprint Cars will also be on hand twice (April 23 and August 20) racing for $2000 as well.

The Path Valley Wingless Sportsman will return to the track in 2022 with three total visits. They'll be part of the Bob Weikert Memorial finale in May and the July 20 World of Outlaws visit before concluding their season at the Speed Palace as part of the 71st Foss Jewelers Labor Day Classic on Monday, Sept. 5. As tradition, this event will again be our Fan Appreciation Night  with $5 Infield Admission and $12 Grandstand General Admission.

The Short Track Super Series Modifieds will again make four visits to the track in 2022 and their first visit will come on Sunday, March 20th racing for $5000. For the third consecutive season they will return for the Speed Showcase Oct. 13-15 with the finale paying $50,000-to-win. The 602 Crate Modifieds will be on the card for that event on Friday and Saturday as well.

The Mid Atlantic Modifieds will be at the Speedway twice as part of the  Lucas Oil Dirt Late Model Rumble by the River event in August, while the 4-cylinders will make two visits as well as part of the Labor Day Classic in September and the Saturday, October 22 finale.

Finally, for the second consecutive season the American Flat Track Motorcycles will return to the Speed Palace on Saturday, July 16th.

The Speedway will be dark for four weekends during the season. The first off weekend will be May 14th, followed by June 25th, July 23rd and August 13th.Prior to opening day on March 5th, there will be a test and tune session for all drivers who will compete at the track in 2022. The session will run form 1-4pm and grandstand admission will be free for fans wanting to visit the track early.

Ticket information, sponsor promotions and other information will be released closer to the season start and you can find those updates on our various social media outlets and website.

We look forward to seeing you in 2022 and thank you for your continued attendance and enthusiasm!
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2022 Full Schedule
Sat, Mar 5 - Test & Tune Open to any division on schedule 1 - 4 pm

Sun, Mar 6 - "Opening Day" - 410 Sprints $5,000 & Late Models $3,000 Presented by Packer's Concession 2 pm

Sat, Mar 12 - 410 Sprints $4,000 & Late Models $3,000 (Make-up for March 6) 4 pm

Sat, Mar 19 - 410 Sprints $4,000 & ULMS Late Models $3,500 & Limited Late Models $1,200 4 pm

Sun, Mar 20 - Short Track Super Series Modifieds $5,000 & ULMS Late Models $3,500 4 pm

Sat, Mar 26 - 410 Sprints & Late Models & Limited Late Models (Make-up for March 19) 4 pm

Sat, Apr 2 - 410 Sprints & Late Models & Limited Late Models 6 pm

Sat, Apr 9 - 410 Sprints $4,000 & URC Sprints $2,000 & PASS 305 Sprints 6 pm

Sun, Apr 10 -" Lucas Oil Late Model Series", "River Valley 40" $10,000 & Limited Late Models $1,500 6 pm

Sat, Apr 16 - 410 Sprints & Late Models with "Australian Pursuit" & Limited Late Models 6 pm

Sat, Apr 23 - "7th Annual Keith Kauffman Classic" - All Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Cars $10,000 & USAC East Coast Sprint cars $2,000 6 pm

Sat, Apr 30 - 410 Sprints & Late Models & PASS 305 Sprints 6 pm

Sat, May 7 - 410 Sprints $4,000 & ULMS Late Models $4,000 & Limited Late Models $1,500 7 pm

Sat, May 14 - NO RACING

Sat, May 21 - "World of Outlaw Late Models" $10,000 & 410 Sprints $5,000 7 pm

Sat, May 28 - "Bob Weikert Memorial Weekend" "Fallen Heroes Championships"- All Star Circuit of Champion Sprint Cars $10,000 & PASS 305 Sprints 7 pm

Sun, May 29 - "Bob Weikert Memorial Weekend" - All Star Circuit of Champion Sprint Cars $29,000 & Wingless Sportsman 7 pm

Mon, May 30 - RAIN DATE FOR SUNDAY MAY 29TH ONLY, Start time 6 pm

Sat, June 4 - 410 Sprints & Late Models & Limited Late Models (Twin 20's) 7 pm

Sat, June 11 - 410 Sprints & limited Late Models & PASS 305 Sprints (Twin 20's) 7 pm

Sat, June 18 - "USAC Eastern BLAST"- "USAC NATIONAL SPRINTS" $6,000 & "USAC SILVER CROWN SPRINTS" $8,000 & "410 SPRINTS" $5,000 7PM

Sat, June 25 - NO RACING

Wed, June 29 - "32 Annual PA Speedweek" 410 Sprints $7,000 & URC Sprints $2,000 7:30 pm

Sat, July 2 - "4th Annual Greg Hodnett Classic" 410 Sprints $10,000 & Late Models $3,000 7:30 pm

Sat, July 9 - 410 Sprints & Late Models & Limited Late Models on "Kids Night" with Bicycle and Power Wheel Races (Helmets required) 7 pm

Sat, July 16 - "AMA FLAT TRACK MOTORCYCLES", start time TBA (Rain date July 17)

Wed, July 20 - "World of Outlaw Sprints" & Wingless Sportsman 7 pm

Sat, July 23 - NO RACING

Sat, July 30 - "16th Annual Living Legends Dream Race" 410 Sprints (Minium $60,000 purse format TBD) & Late Models $3,000 7 pm

Sat, Aug 6 - 410 Sprints & Late Models & PASS 305 Sprints 7 pm

Sat, Aug 13 - NO RACING

Sat, Aug 20 - 410 Sprints $5,000 & USAC East Coast Sprint Cars $2,000 & PASS 305 Sprints 7 pm

Fri, Aug 26 - "Lucas Oil Late Model Series" Twin 25's $5,000 each "Rumble by the River" & Mid Atlantic Modifieds 7 pm

Sat, Aug 27 - "Lucas Oil Late Model Series" $50,000 "Rumble by the River" & Mid Atlantic Modifieds 6 pm

Sun, Aug 28 - Rain date for Aug 27 only 6 pm

Sat, Sept 3 - "168th Annual Juniata County Fair Opener" - "19th annual Butch Renninger Memorial" ULMS Late Models $6,333 (Minium) & 410 Sprints & Limited Late Models 6 pm

Mon, Sept 5 - "71st Foss Jewelers Labor day Classic" 410 Sprints $5,000 & Wingless Sportsman & FWD 4-Cylinder "Fan Appreciation Day" - $5 Infield Admission and $12 Grandstand General Admission 1 pm

Thu, Sept 8 - "All Star Circuit of Champions" 410 Sprints $8,000 & PASS 305 Sprints 7 pm

Fri, Sept 9 - "All Star Circuit of Champions" 410 Sprints $10,000 & Late Models 7 pm

Sat, Sept 10 - "55 Annual Tuscarora 50" 410 Sprints $55,000 & Non-Qualifiers race 6 pm

Sun, Sept 11 - Tuscarora 50 rain date (Saturday event only) - 5 pm

Fri, Oct 7 - "World Of Outlaws Sprint Car Series" $10,000 & Limited Late Models (Top 24 in Points) 7 pm

Sat, Oct 8 - "World Of Outlaw Sprint car Series" $15,000 & PASS 305 Sprints (Top 24 in points) 5 pm

Sun, Oct 9 - Rain Date only if we do not get either prior day in.

Thu, Oct 13 - "Short track Super Series" Modifieds $5,000 7 pm

Fri, Oct 14 - 410 Sprints $5,000 & "Short Track Super Series" Modifieds & 602 Crate Modifieds Qualifying Night 7 pm

Sat, Oct 15 - "Short Track Super Series" "Speed Showcase - $50,000, 602 Crate Modifieds, Street Stocks 5 pm

Sun, Oct 16 - Rain date for Speed Showcase

Sat, Oct 22 - "11th Annual Keystone RaceSaver Challenge" 305 Sprints & Limited Late Models &, & FWD 4- Cylinders 2 pm

Thursday, November 25, 2021

FloRacing All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1 reveals 2022 Schedule and Points Fund – Champion to earn $80,000

 

BROWNSBURG, Ind. (November 18, 2021) - The 2022 FloRacing All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1 season is set to get under way in less than three months, kicking off what is set to be another highly competitive and action-packed campaign for the country’s original touring winged sprint car series. Additionally, the All Stars will upgrade its year end points to a record setting $345,000, representing an increase of nearly 35% from 2021.

A now historical high for the Series, the 2022 All Star championship team will be awarded with an $80,000 first place prize, a $15,000 bump from 2021. The 2022 championship runner-up will be awarded with a $60,000 check, followed by a $50,000 sum for third, $40,000 for fourth, and $30,000 for fifth. Sixth through 12th in the standings will be awarded $20,000, $15,000, $12,000, $11,000, $10,000, $9,000, and $8,000, respectively. In total, the 2022 championship points fund for the top 12 finishers totals $345,000.

“We’re really excited to get the schedule released so that our teams and fans can begin making their 2022 plans. To be able to expand the points fund next year is something that I am absolutely thrilled about,” said Tony Stewart, owner of the All Stars. “We wouldn’t be able to do this without the extended support from our tracks and partners. I want to thank Mark Floreani and his team at FloRacing, Mobil 1, Kevin Rudeen, as well as our other great partners, track promoters and owners. It is humbling to see the continued interest from tracks that continue to grow our events, and partners that want to utilize our platform to promote their brands. This growth can be attributed to the team owners and drivers that support our series; we wouldn’t be in this position without them all.”

Highlighted with 56 dates across 11 states, the 2022 All Star agenda boasts a stout lineup of high profile events with all the Series’ major blockbusters making their return. The list includes Attica Raceway Park’s points commencing Spring Nationals, Port Royal Speedway’s $29,000-to-win Bob Weikert Memorial and $55,000-to-win Tuscarora 50, Lincoln Speedway’s $20,000-to-win Dirt Classic, the highly touted $26,000 to win Rayce Rudeen Foundation Race, which moves to I-70 Motorsports Park, an annual visit to the sprint car capital of the world, Knoxville Raceway, and Ohio Sprint Speedweek capped with Portsmouth Raceway Park’s Dean Knittel Memorial awarding $20,554.

The Beach Brawl at Lake Ozark Speedway, awarding a total weekend winner’s share of $18,000, will also make its return to the All Star agenda, as well as the $10,000-to-win Keith Kauffman Classic at the Port Royal Speedway, the $10,000-to-win Night Before the Tuscarora 50, Williams Grove Speedway’s $10,000-to-win Memorial Day weekend event, and the season-ending Jim and Joanne Ford Classic at Fremont Speedway, padded by a $10,000-to-win finale.

New dates on the 2022 All Star campaign trail include Sharon Speedway’s Sharon Nationals, an $18,000 to win weekend which is set to make its return on Friday and Saturday, September 2-3, a pair of $12,000-to-win visits to Ransomville Speedway in Ransomville, New York, and Bridgeport Speedway in Swedesboro, New Jersey, and Atomic Speedway’s George Fisher Memorial / Freedom 40 awarding $15,000-to-win.

The All Stars will return to central upstate New York for the first time since 2019 and visit Outlaw Speedway, Utica-Rome Speedway, and Weedsport Speedway August 18-20 to challenge for $8,000, $10,000, and $8,000-to-win purses, respectively.

The Series will make its first and second ever starts at Bloomsburg Fair Raceway in April and August. The facility is promoted by Port Royal promoter, Steve O’Neal.

“Fans will continue to see all of our staple events in 2022,” commented Stewart. “It’s also important to continue to evaluate new opportunities and expand to new markets or re-visit tracks that we don’t necessarily get to race at every year. Ninety percent of the schedule is done by the end of October; it is a collaborative effort to get the remaining ten percent done. Much appreciation goes out to our track partners for working with us on the scheduling efforts for 2022.”

As tradition has it, Series competition will begin in early February with a short stint of non-points action, kicking things off with a two-day visit to Senoia Raceway in Senoia, Georgia, on Friday and Saturday, February 4-5. A first-ever visit to the central Georgia venue, the weekend pair will award $8,000 and $10,000, respectively.

Following its visit to The Peach State, All Star action will continue with a pair of DIRTcar Nationals appearances at Volusia Speedway Park on February 8-9, followed by another pair of Florida stops at East Bay Raceway Park on February 14-15. All four visits to Volusia and East Bay will award $6,000 top prizes.

Commencing the 2021 All Star Circuit of Champions points battle, the April calendar will ignite with Attica Raceway Park’s Core & Main Spring Nationals on Friday and Saturday, April 8-9, followed by a Central Pennsylvania four-pack on Thursday through Sunday, April 21-24. The weekend will consist of appearances at Bloomsburg Fair Raceway, Williams Grove Speedway, Port Royal Speedway, and Bedford Fairgrounds Speedway on Thursday through Sunday, respectively. The April slate will conclude with an Ohio double at Sharon Speedway and Waynesfield Raceway Park on April 30 and May 1.

The month of May will continue with a Michigan and Illinois takeover of I-96 Speedway and Dirt Oval at Route 66 on Friday and Saturday, May 13-14, flanked by a Wisconsin triple-header on Friday through Sunday, May 20-22. Once again battling head-to-head with the IRA Outlaw Sprint Series, the All Stars’ Badger State brawl will feature stops at Wilmot Raceway, Plymouth Dirt Track, and Angell Park Speedway in consecutive fashion. The Mace Thomas Classic at I-96 Speedway will once again award an $8,500 top prize and the Dirt Oval at Route 66 will reward the winner with $8,000.

May will conclude with another power weekend through Pennsylvania Posse Country, this time headlined by the two-day Bob Weikert Memorial at Port Royal Speedway on Saturday and Sunday, May 28-29. Bumping the total weekend winner’s share to $49,000, the three-race Pennsylvania invasion will begin one night prior, as Williams Grove Speedway is set to host the precursor on Friday, May 27.

Featuring ten confirmed dates including nine consecutive, June’s slate is all but lax, igniting the month with Atomic Speedway’s $15,000-to-win George Fisher Memorial on Saturday, June 4, then setting aim on another installment of Ohio Sprint Speedweek.

The Bert & Bridgette Emick Classic at Attica Raceway Park on Friday, June 10, will kick off the nine-race Ohio Sprint Speedweek schedule and will continue with visits to Fremont Speedway on Saturday and Sunday, June 11-12, Wayne County Speedway on Monday, June 13, Sharon Speedway on Tuesday, June 14, Atomic Speedway on Wednesday, June 15, Waynesfield Raceway Park on Thursday, June 16, Limaland Motorsports Park on Friday, June 17, before concluding with the Dean Knittel Memorial at Portsmouth Raceway Park on Saturday, June 18.

Despite kicking off the month with a New York doubleheader at Ransomville Speedway and Stateline Speedway, July will swing wide and west, ultimately hitting high gear with visits to Missouri and Iowa in the form of Lake Ozark Speedway, I-70 Motorsports Park, and Knoxville Raceway.

After a two week break, the All Star Circuit of Champions will begin its August campaign with a three-race sweep through central New York, visiting Outlaw Speedway, Utica-Rome Speedway, and Weedsport Speedway on August 19-21. Just three days later, the Series will be back in action with a return visit to Bloomsburg Fair Raceway, followed by trips to Bridgeport Speedway, Williams Grove Speedway, and the first of two events at Lincoln Speedway.

Known on the track calendar as the Jack Gunn Memorial, the August visit to Williams Grove will once again feature twin features awarding $4,000 each and the Kramer Klash at Lincoln Speedway will again award $7,300 to the winner.

The All Stars’ September slate features four events awarding at least $10,000: the Sharon Nationals finale on September 3 awarding $12,000, Port Royal’s Night Before the Tuscarora 50 on September 9 awarding $10,000, the 55th annual Tuscarora 50 on September 10 awarding $55,000, and the Lincoln Speedway Dirt Classic on September 17 awarding $20,000. The September list also includes Eldora Speedway’s 4-Crown Nationals, which will once again feature All Star competition alongside all three national divisions of USAC.

The 2022 All Star Circuit of Champions season will end on Friday and Saturday, October 7-8, with the two-day Jim & Joanne Ford Classic at Fremont Speedway; the weekend finale will pay a $10,000 top prize.

2022 All Star Circuit of Champions Schedule:
*Friday |2/4/22 | Senoia Raceway | $8,000
*Saturday | 2/5/22 | Senoia Raceway $10,000
*Tuesday | 2/8/22 | Volusia Speedway Park | $6,000
*Wednesday | 2/9/22 | Volusia Speedway Park | $6,000
*Monday | 2/14/22 | East Bay Raceway Park | $6,000
*Tuesday | 2/15/22 | East Bay Raceway Park | $6,000
Friday | 4/8/22 | Attica Raceway Park | $6,000
Saturday | 4/9/22 | Attica Raceway Park | $6,000
Thursday | 4/21/22 | Bloomsburg Fair Raceway | $6,000
Friday | 4/22/22 | Williams Grove Speedway | $6,000
Saturday | 4/23/22 | Port Royal Speedway | $10,000
Sunday | 4/24/22 | Bedford Speedway | $6,000
Saturday | 4/30/22 | Sharon Speedway | $6,000
Sunday | 5/1/22 | Waynesfield Raceway Park | $6,000
Friday | 5/13/22 | I-96 Speedway | $8,500
Saturday | 5/14/22 | Dirt Oval at Route 66 | $8,000
Friday | 5/20/22 | Wilmot Raceway | $6,000
Saturday | 5/21/22 | Plymouth Dirt Track | $6,000
Sunday | 5/22/22 | Angell Park Speedway | $6,000
Friday | 5/27/22 | Williams Grove Speedway | $10,000
Saturday | 5/28/22 | Port Royal Speedway | $10,000
Sunday | 5/29/22 | Port Royal Speedway | $29,000
Friday | 6/3/22 | TBD
Saturday | 6/4/22 | Atomic Speedway | $15,000
**Friday | 6/10/22 | Attica Raceway Park | $6,000
**Saturday | 6/11/22 | Fremont Speedway | $10,000
**Sunday | 6/12/22 | Fremont Speedway | $6,000
**Monday | 6/13/22 | Wayne County Speedway | $6,000
**Tuesday | 6/14/22 | Sharon Speedway | $6,000
**Wednesday | 6/15/22 | Atomic Speedway | $6,000
**Thursday | 6/16/22 | Waynesfield Raceway Park | $6,000
**Friday | 6/17/22 | Limaland Motorsports Park | $6,000
**Saturday | 6/18/22 | Portsmouth Raceway Park | $20,554
Friday | 7/8/22 | Ransomville Speedway | $12,000
Saturday | 7/9/22 | Stateline Speedway | $6,000
Friday | 7/22/22 | Lake Ozark Speedway | $8,000
Saturday | 7/23/22 | Lake Ozark Speedway | $10,000
Thursday | 7/28/22 | I-70 Motorsports Park | $10,000
Friday | 7/29/22 | I-70 Motorsports Park | $26,000
Saturday | 7/30/22 | Knoxville Raceway | $8,000
Friday | 8/19/22 | Outlaw Speedway | $8,000
Saturday | 8/20/22 | Utica-Rome Speedway | $10,000
Sunday | 8/21/22 | Weedsport Speedway | $8,000
Wednesday | 8/24/22 | Bloomsburg Fair Raceway | $6,000
Thursday | 8/25/22 | Bridgeport Speedway | $12,000
Friday | 8/26/22 | Williams Grove Speedway | Twin $4,000
Saturday | 8/27/22 | Lincoln Speedway | $7,300
Friday | 9/2/22 | Sharon Speedway | $6,000
Saturday | 9/3/22 | Sharon Speedway | $12,000
Thursday | 9/8/22 | Port Royal Speedway | $8,000
Friday | 9/9/22 | Port Royal Speedway | $10,000
Saturday | 9/10/22 | Port Royal Speedway | $55,000
Friday | 9/16/22 | Williams Grove Speedway | $6,000
Saturday | 9/17/22 | Lincoln Speedway | $20,000
Saturday | 9/24/22 | Eldora Speedway | $6,000
Friday | 10/7/22 | Fremont Speedway | $6,000
Saturday | 10/8/22 | Fremont Speedway | $10,000

* No Points
**Ohio Sprint Speedweek

2022 All Star Championship Payout:
1. $80,000
2. $60,000
3. $50,000
4. $40,000
5. $30,000
6. $20,000
7. $15,000
8. $12,000
9. $11,000
10. $10,000
11. $9,000
12. $8,000

SELINSGROVE SPEEDWAY ANNOUNCES 2022 OPENING MONTH SLATE; MODIFIED ICEBREAKER OPENER MARCH 19; 410 SPRINTS MARCH 25

 

SELINSGROVE, Pa. – Following the successful celebration of Selinsgrove Speedway’s 75th anniversary in 2021, the management team of the historic Snyder County half-mile oval is gearing up for another blockbuster season in 2022!

The 76th Anniversary Season will kick off at Selinsgrove Ford with Race Day at the Dealership Saturday, March 5, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., when fans can stop by the dealership to renew season reserved seats and VIP booths and pick up printed 2022 schedules. There will also be a race car display as well as the unveiling of the 2022 edition F-150 pace truck.

The track will hold a Practice Day 1-4 p.m. Saturday, March 12, for any division on the 2022 schedule.

Selinsgrove Speedway’s official season opener will feature the modifieds in the annual Icebreaker at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 19, along with the crate 602 sportsman modifieds. In last year’s race, Andy Bachetti of Sheffield, Mass., bested the 50-car modified field for the $5,000 win, while Grant Hilfiger of Canadensis scored the sportsman modified victory.

On Sunday, March 27, the 410 sprint cars will make their season debut at 2 p.m. Support divisions for March 25 will be announced soon.

Selinsgrove Raceway Park, the one-fifth mile kart track located inside of Selinsgrove’s half-mile track, will host its 21st annual opener for karts at 1 p.m. Sunday, March 13.

For additional information, race status, and a complete schedule when it’s released, please visit selinsgrovespeedway.com. The speedway office can be reached by calling 570.374.2266.


2022 Williams Grove Season Launches March 13 Season features return of USAC 410s, honors for Wolfe & Harz, World of Outlaws, All Stars, and inaugural Bill Gallagher 5G To Win for USAC East 360s

 

11/19/21

Mechanicsburg – The Lawrence Chevrolet 410 sprint cars will again be featured in a total of 31 events coming up at Williams Grove Speedway during the 2022 racing season.

The 2022 season opener is set for Sunday afternoon, March 13 at 2 pm, offering both the 410 sprints and the first-ever appearance at the track by the wingless super sportsman.

Returning in 2022 will also be several special “sprints only” programs as has become customary the last few seasons.

The first comes up on Friday, April 22 when the All Stars Circuit of Champions Sprints compete in the Tommy Hinnershitz Spring Classic paying $6,000 to win.

The All Stars will return for the special $10,000 to win Randy Wolfe Tribute Night on May 27, again racing as the sole division on the card.

The $15,000 to win RHI Magnesita Mitch Smith Memorial as part of PA Speedweek will also showcase only the sprint cars on July 1.

And the All Stars will vie as the sole attraction in the Union Quarries Jack Gunn Memorial Twin 20s on August 26.

The World of Outlaws sprint cars will return to Williams Grove Speedway for a total of six events including two-day May and July stands along with the two-day, 60th annual Diamond Anniversary National Open on September 30 and October 1.

Upping the ante this year for all Friday outlaws shows at Williams Grove, each Friday WoO main event will now pay $1,000 just to start.

The October 1 National Open will again pay $75,000 to the winner while also crowning the 2022 Lawrence Chevrolet 410 sprint car track champion.

Champion Racing Oil returns to sponsor the entire National Open weekend in 2022 as well as the Summer Nationals on July 22 and 23.

H & N Landscaping will present the World of Outlaws Sprint Cars in the Morgan Cup at Williams Grove on May 13 and 14.

Saturday’s Morgan Cup will now pay $12,000 to the winner plus another $5,000 for claiming the cup itself, upping the total winner’s take on the night to a hefty $17,000!

A total of four appearances will be put in by the All Stars at Williams Grove in 2022 as the Dirt Classic Qualifier again carries an All Stars sanction on September 16.

The USAC Amsoil Nationial 410 Sprint Cars will come back to the track for the first time since 2018 as part of the 2022 Eastern Storm series.

June 17 will find the mighty wingless USAC 410s racing along with the regular weekly Williams Grove 410 sprint cars.

A total of four USAC shows is on the 2022 racing agenda at Williams Grove with the wingless USAC East 360 sprints slated for April 15, June 3 and July 8.

The April 15 wingless 360 show will be part of the “Spring Sprint Special” that will also feature the 410 sprints and the PASS IMCA 305 sprint cars.

And on June 3, a new event to the track for the USAC East 360s, the Bill Gallagher 5G To Win, will honor late URC and USAC East No. 5G car owner Bill Gallagher of King of Prussia with a 5K to win event.

The ULMS Super Late Model Series will make customary early season stops on March 18 and 25.

And the World of Outlaws Late Models will again visit the track on August 19.

The HJ Towing & Recovery 358 sprint cars will be featured on 11 occasions at the track again in 2022 with the division kicking off action on April 8.

One of the 2022 races for the 358s will be a URC 360/358 sprint challenge race on April 29.

Also returning for another run in 2022 will be the Yellow Breeches 500 races, with each of four races paying $500 just to start.

And the Hoosier Diamond Series for 410 sprints returns for another season in 2022.

The Diamond Series will again help honor a pair of Williams Grove icons in 2022 as both driver Randy Wolfe and noted car owner Joe Harz take center stage to accept laurels on May 27 and September 2, respectively.

The Pennsylvania Speedweek Series will visit Williams Grove Speedway for a pair of shows, on June 24 for the series opener and on July 1 for the Mitch Smith Memorial.

Kids Easter Night, and Fan Appreciation Night with free pre-race front pit access for general admission fans, will again be on the itinerary in 2022 as presented by Hoseheads.com and Martins Potato Chips.

View the entire 2022 Williams Grove Speedway schedule of events and keep up to date on all the latest speedway news and information by visiting the oval’s official website located at www.williamsgrove.com or by following the track on Twitter and Facebook.

Jackson Motorplex Releases Tentative Special Schedule for 2022 Season

 

Inside Line Promotions - JACKSON, Minn. (Nov. 23, 2021) - A dozen dates highlight the current Jackson Motorplex racing schedule for the 2022 campaign.

The division with the most nights on track is the 410ci winged sprint cars, which visit Jackson Motorplex for a pair of marquee events encompassing a total of five nights. The Border Battle runs June 17-18 and welcomes the Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Cars as the support class during the opening night.


Two months later the Jackson Motorplex season is slated to conclude when the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series visits for the 44 th annual AGCO Jackson Nationals, which has been shifted to the weekend after the Knoxville Nationals and will occur Aug. 18-20.

The dirt oval kicks off the season on April 29 when the action features the Midwest Power Series and Midwest Sprint Touring Series as well as the Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Cars. It marks the first of a trio of combined nights for the two sprint car classes, which return on July 15 and July 29.

An IMCA Special is set for April 30 followed by Bank Midwest IMCA Series shows on May 17, June 14 and July 26. All five regular IMCA classes - a-modifieds, stock cars, hobby stocks, sport mods and sport compacts - will run each of the four nights.

Several additional dates are being worked on and will possibly be added to the 2022 schedule. Stay tuned to the Jackson Motorplex social media accounts throughout the offseason for the latest news.

MEDIA LINKS -


Website: http://www.JacksonMotorplex.com

Twitter: http://www.Twitter.com/JacksonMotorplx

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JacksonSpeedway/?fref=ts

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jacksonmotorplex/

JACKSON MOTORPLEX -

Jackson Motorplex is a 4/10-mile dirt oval located in Jackson, Minn. It hosts special events from May through September, including races with the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series, Midwest Power Series, Tri-State Late Models and more. For more information, visit http://www.JacksonMotorplex.com .

INSIDE LINE PROMOTIONS -

Inside Line Promotions specializes in affordable public relations and media management for motor sports drivers, teams, sponsors, tracks, series, events, organizations and manufacturers. ILP Founder Shawn Miller leverages professional journalism with new media technologies and social networking to improve your exposure and the return on investment for your sponsors.

To meet the media relations needs of your program by joining Team ILP, contact Shawn at 541-510-3663 or Shawn@InsideLinePromotions.com . For more information on Inside Line Promotions, visit http://www.InsideLinePromotions.com.

*PHOTO BY TYLAN PORATH PHOTOGRAPHY* 

Brian Brown Racing Extends Partnership With FVP and Factory Motor Parts

 

Inside Line Promotions - GRAIN VALLEY, Mo. (Nov. 23, 2021) - Brian Brown Racing will continue its long-standing partnership with FVP and Factory Motor Parts into the 2022 season and beyond.

Factory Motor Parts and FVP have been an integral part of the growth of Brian Brown Racing and have served as a team partner since 2008. That partnership remains strong after a multiple-year extension was recently signed.


"I consider them family," Brown said. "Being with somebody for going on 15 years is remarkable. It's such a great family owned company with great employees and great customers. They are heavily involved in the dirt track world as well as other aspects of racing. It's a dream come true to have a partner that's put so much behind our race team and supporting us. I'm pumped to continue to represent FVP and Factory Motor Parts in 2022 and beyond."

Founded in 1945, Factory Motor Parts is a multi-generational, family owned company that prides itself on providing premium original equipment and name brand automotive parts, serving as a total resource for independent service centers, dealerships, fleets and wholesale customers.

The FVP brand started with competitively priced OEM quality batteries, filters, and radiators for cars, trucks and specialty vehicles. FVP now proudly offers a full line of batteries for all of your automotive, RV, boating, commercial and lawn & garden needs. FVP also offers a wide array of condensers, hub assemblies, motor oil, oil filters, cabin air filters, fuel filters, transmission filters, antifreeze, DEF, and chemicals.

"Factory Motor Parts and FVP are excited to continue our relationship with Brian Brown over the next few race seasons," FVP Director of Marketing Dave Schumacher said. "Over the past 15 years, Brian has become part of the FMP family and has been instrumental in the growth of the FVP Automotive Products brand. We look forward to connecting with sprint car fans and partners and wish the BBR team good luck in the upcoming season."

MEDIA LINKS -

Website: http://www.BrianBrownRacing.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/BrianBrown21

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Brian-Brown-Racing-200630163294222/

ABOUT FACTORY MOTOR PARTS -

Founded in 1945, Factory Motor Parts is a multi-generational, family owned company that prides itself on providing premium original equipment and name brand automotive parts, serving as a total resource for independent service centers, dealerships, fleets and wholesale customers. To learn more, visit http://www.FactoryMotorParts.com .

ABOUT FVP -

FVP is built on a commitment to quality and delivered with unmatched service. FVP products are specifically engineered to provide OE quality that is equal or superior in performance to national brands at a competitive price.

The FVP brand started with competitively priced OEM quality batteries, filters, and radiators for cars, trucks and specialty vehicles. FVP now proudly offers a full line of batteries for all of your automotive, RV, boating, commercial and lawn & garden needs. FVP also offers a wide array of condensers, hub assemblies, motor oil, oil filters, cabin air filters, fuel filters, transmission filters, antifreeze, DEF, and chemicals.

FVP products are verified, proven, and built to the industry's highest quality standards. Visit http://www.FVPparts.com to learn more.

BRIAN BROWN RACING -

Brian Brown Racing is a professional winged sprint car team that is based in Grain Valley, Mo. Brian Brown, who is the owner and driver, has amassed more than 120 feature victories and three track championships at the famed Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, Iowa, since the team was created in 2008. For more information, visit http://www.BrianBrownRacing.com .

INSIDE LINE PROMOTIONS -

Inside Line Promotions specializes in affordable public relations and media management for motor sports drivers, teams, sponsors, tracks, series, events, organizations and manufacturers. ILP Founder Shawn Miller leverages professional journalism with new media technologies and social networking to improve your exposure and the return on investment for your sponsors.

To meet the media relations needs of your program by joining Team ILP, contact Shawn at 541-510-3663 or Shawn@InsideLinePromotions.com . For more information on Inside Line Promotions, visit http://www.InsideLinePromotions.com.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS: James McFadden Transitioning to Roth Motorsports in 2022 Crew Members Justin Adams, Rob Beattie & Gary Patellaro Move to #83 with J-Mac

 



CONCORD, NC - November 22, 2021 - After a highly-successful rookie season, James McFadden has announced he's coming back for more.

The Alice Springs, NT, AUS native will transition from the Kasey Kahne Racing #9 and drive the Roth Motorsports #83 full-time with the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series in 2022.

This announcement comes following a stellar 2021 season for J-Mac, who produced two wins, earned Kevin Gobrecht Rookie of the Year Award honors, and finished seventh in the championship standings albeit missing the first six races.

“After having experienced my rookie season on the World of Outlaws tour, I’m excited to have another shot at it,” James McFadden told Petersen Media. “Running the World of Outlaws is a dream come true, and to have the opportunity to run for Dennis and Teresa Roth and their Roth Motorsports team at this level is a privilege. Roth has a rich history with the World of Outlaws, and the Roth family has given so much to the sport over the years. I am thankful that they believe in me and have presented this opportunity."

It will be a rather similar setting for the five-time World Series Sprint Car champion as he brings veteran crew chief Justin Adams and crew members Rob Beattie and Gary "Woodman Patellaro along with him to the #83. The entire foursome worked together this season and in the past on the KKR #9.

"I'm so happy to have a bit of familiarity right away as Crew Chief Justin Adams is also making the jump with me," McFadden continued. "We have built up a great dynamic over the last three years and consistency is huge in being successful as a team, so I am excited and ready to rip."

It's not only another chance at the ultimate title, but it's a chance to drive for one of the most storied teams in the history of Sprint Car racing.

McFadden will try to become the 15th driver to win a World of Outlaws race for Roth, attempting to join the likes of Lasoski, Saldana, Shaffer, Swindell, Kinser, Kaeding, Haudenschild, Stewart, McMahan, Gravel, Hirst, Eliason, Pittman, and Reutzel.

"First and foremost, our entire organization wants to thank Kasey Kahne for everything he did for our team from August on,” Dennis Roth said in the Petersen Media release. “He did a nice job for us, and we greatly appreciate him finishing our season out. We would also like to thank Grant, Tony, and Gage for all of their hard work and dedication to our organization as well. Looking forward, we are all really excited to welcome a very talented driver in James McFadden aboard. James has been very successful over the course of his career in his native Australia and has really made a name for himself in the United States over the last few seasons. James and Justin Adams are proven winners, and we look forward to seeing them have a great year for us.”

The motto of 2022 is simple: unfinished business. Crew Chief Justin Adams believes they can accomplish their goals with this move.

“Getting back to Roth Motorsports after a successful 2021 season, I feel like I have some unfinished business and look forward to handling that with James McFadden this season,” Adams told Petersen Media. “I am looking forward to working with Dennis Roth again and am really thankful he has provided a great opportunity to continue to expand on what James and I have built the last few seasons together. I feel like we really started to hit on some things at the end of the season, and I am excited to get back to work and represent the famed Roth Motorsports No. 83.”

The new pairing of James McFadden and Roth Motorsports will have to wait until the 2022 World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car season rolls around to hit the track.

Up first is the 51st edition of the DIRTcar Nationals at Florida's Volusia Speedway Park on February 10-12. Fans can BUY TICKETS HERE or watch LIVE on DIRTVision.

Tuesday, November 16, 2021

Brian Brown Racing and Casey's Ink 2022 Agreement Marking 10 Years as Partners

 

Inside Line Promotions - GRAIN VALLEY, Mo. (Nov. 16, 2021) - Brian Brown Racing is proud to announce that Casey's returns as a primary partner next year and beyond following a multiple-year extension.

"I'm very excited," Brown said. "The first time I drove for them was in 2003 and 2004 with Lonnie Parsons. We've been with Casey's with Brian Brown Racing since 2012. To have them be a part of our team for 10-plus years is kind of unheard of in our sport, but is something we are very, very proud of."


Casey's, which was founded more than 50 years ago, is a Fortune 500 company operating over 2,300 convenience stores. The company provides freshly prepared foods, quality fuel and friendly service at its locations throughout the Midwest.

"Casey's is excited to continue working with our long-time racing partner, Brian Brown, and congratulate him and his team on a great 2021 season," said Megan Elfers, Vice President of Marketing, Casey's. "Motorsports, including sprint car racing, is a passion point for Casey's, our team members and guests. Nothing goes better with cheering on Brian than Casey's handmade, delicious pizza and other snack and drinks from our stores. We're looking forward to a big racing season next year!"

Brian Brown Racing has amassed three track championships at Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, Iowa, as well as more than 85 feature triumphs during the last decade of the partnership with Casey's.

"We're very excited to continue to represent their 2,300-plus stores and all of their employees," Brown said. "There's lots of new and exciting things going on with Casey's, including new products. It's awesome to represent them on the track."

SEASON STATS -


67 races, 8 wins, 20 top fives, 35 top 10s, 46 top 15s, 56 top 20s

MEDIA LINKS -

Website: http://www.BrianBrownRacing.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/BrianBrown21

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Brian-Brown-Racing-200630163294222/

About Casey's -

Casey's is a Fortune 500 company (NASDAQ: CASY) operating over 2,300 convenience stores . Founded more than 50 years ago, the company has grown to become the third-largest convenience store retailer and the fifth-largest pizza chain in the United States. Casey's provides freshly prepared foods, quality fuel and friendly service at its locations. Guests can enjoy pizza , donuts, other assorted bakery items , and a wide selection of beverages and snacks. Learn more and order online at www.caseys.com , or in the mobile app.

BRIAN BROWN RACING -

Brian Brown Racing is a professional winged sprint car team that is based in Grain Valley, Mo. Brian Brown, who is the owner and driver, has amassed more than 120 feature victories and three track championships at the famed Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, Iowa, since the team was created in 2008. For more information, visit http://www.BrianBrownRacing.com .

INSIDE LINE PROMOTIONS -

Inside Line Promotions specializes in affordable public relations and media management for motor sports drivers, teams, sponsors, tracks, series, events, organizations and manufacturers. ILP Founder Shawn Miller leverages professional journalism with new media technologies and social networking to improve your exposure and the return on investment for your sponsors.

To meet the media relations needs of your program by joining Team ILP, contact Shawn at 541-510-3663 or Shawn@InsideLinePromotions.com . For more information on Inside Line Promotions, visit http://www.InsideLinePromotions.com.

BRENT MARKS SCORES SEASON-ENDING SPRINT SHOWDOWN WIN AT BAPS

 



YORK HAVEN, PA - As good as the 2021 season has been, Brent Marks had more to accomplish Saturday night at BAPS Motor Speedway.

It wasn’t just about being competitive and having a respectable run. Marks wanted to add to his win total and take that confidence into the offseason. 

Marks didn’t let up at chilly BAPS Motor Speedway Saturday night. The Myerstown, Pa., capped off a 14-win season by collecting top honors in an entertaining Capitol Renegade Sprint Showdown presented by FK Rod Ends.

“It’s been an awesome year, and I wish it wasn’t over,” Marks said after the $5,000 victory. “But it is, so we will just continue to build this program with what we have going on right now. We all have the same goals and will keep working toward those goals. 

“I’m just really excited to get some things reset a little bit and build some depth in this race team over the Winter and get back after it next year. Getting 14 wins and winning three out of the last four has been awesome.”

Marks started on the pole, but this was no easy march. Not with Danny Dietrich, winner of the last two Sprint Car events at the York Haven, Pa., facility, lining up fourth on the grid.

The start went as expected. The Murray-Marks Motorsports machine jumped out front, with Dietrich getting past Devon Borden and shooting under Justin Peck to take over the second spot by the time he hit the stripe to complete Lap 1.

For the next 18 laps, the top two were in close quarters. Dietrich stalked Marks, showing his nose in the third and fourth corner. By the time the front two hit lapped traffic, the Gettysburg driver was only two car-lengths off the pace on Lap 7.

Dietrich made his move two laps. He pulled a slider through the first corner, but Marks ducked back under coming off of Turn 2 to maintain the lead. Dietrich didn’t go away and remained three car-lengths off the pace on Lap 15.

“The track has been phenomenal,” Dietrich said. “Even if we were running 10th, it’s been a lot of fun. It has a lot of different lanes, and you can run all over. I feel like we put on a really good show for the fans.

“We were just biding our time and hoping we could end up out front. It wasn’t time to flex the muscles yet, even though you don’t want to give Brent the lead. You don’t want to push the issue too soon. To me, we had the fastest car, hands down, and we just didn’t get the win. It summarizes our season.”

It wasn’t for a lack of effort. Marks went to the bottom to get around lapped cars, which allowed Dietrich to buzz around the top of Turns 1 and 2 to grab the lead on the 17th circuit.

But Marks didn’t go away. He stayed close over the next lap and nailed the bottom off of Turn 4 to lead Dietrich back to the line by .054 seconds on Lap 18.

Before Dietrich could make another bid for the lead, Brie Hershey spun in Turn 3. Marks chose the outside for the double-file restart and was able to duck under a Dietrich slider in Turns 1 and 2 when the race went back to green.

“That was a lot of fun,” Marks said. “I kept seeing his nose, but I was still trying to be as patient as I could, because I was just trying to drive smart. I made a mistake in one and two going to the bottom and let him get around me. After that, I stepped it up a little bit and got back by him.

“I was having a lot of fun getting through traffic, and I wish we wouldn’t have seen that yellow. I’m not sure if the yellow helped me, because he was right there. I knew he was on my bumper, and I had to keep opening up the corner and letting him slide me. If I would’ve went for the block, he probably would’ve turned under me.”

Dietrich slipped back a little bit, but there was still plenty of action. Logan Schuchart, Justin Peck, and Freddie Rahmer waged a fierce battle for third, with the World of Outlaws regular getting the advantage on Lap 20.

Schuchart got away from Peck, who had to deal with Rahmer for fourth. Rahmer took the position on Lap 24 and started to make a run at Schuchart.

Meanwhile, Marks was pulling away. He opened up a 1.395-second lead with five to go and went unchallenged the rest of the way to claim the victory by 2.997 seconds at the finish.

Dietrich was left with more disappointment after a season that could've featured more trips to Victory Lane. After the Lap 19 restart, he broke a wing cylinder, which made his car difficult to handle and forced him to settle for second.

Schuchart challenged for second but ran third. Rahmer came home fourth, with Peck completing the top five in the main event.

In the 30-Lap 358 Modified main event, Mike Gular started sixth and took advantage of Billy Pauch Jr.’s misfortune to take over the lead and the eventual win. 

Frank Cozze started on the outside pole and took command from Pauch on the first circuit. He led the first nine circuits before Pauch made a pass coming out of the fourth corner to lead Lap 10.

Unfortunately for Pauch, he rolled to a stop during a Lap 11 caution period. The New Jersey driver was able to get his car restarted, but he stopped again before making the decision to go back to the pit area.

Cozze was back out front on the 11th circuit, but it was short-lived. Gular made the winning pass on Lap 12 and went unchallenged the rest of the way to take the $5,000 victory.

Cozze and 10th-place starter Frank Cozze completed the podium. Cale Ross and 11th-place starter Dominick Buffalino rounded out the top five.

Dylan Schantz and Roy Denike won the pair of $1,000 to win Enduro features. 


CAPITOL RENEGADE SPRINT SHOWDOWN PRESENTED BY FK ROD ENDS
410 SPRINT CARS
A Feature 1 (30 Laps): 1. 19-Brent Marks[1]; 2. 48-Danny Dietrich[4]; 3. 1S-Logan Schuchart[7]; 4. 8-Freddie Rahmer[14]; 5. 20-Justin Peck[2]; 6. 39M-Anthony Macri[6]; 7. 91-Kyle Reinhardt[10]; 8. 1A-Jacob Allen[5]; 9. 39-Chase Dietz[18]; 10. 10X-Ryan Smith[11]; 11. 21-Matt Campbell[12]; 12. 27-Devon Borden[3]; 13. 5R-Tyler Ross[24]; 14. 58-Troy Wagaman Jr[13]; 15. 44-Dylan Norris[8]; 16. 99M-Kyle Moody[9]; 17. 69T-Tim Glatfelter[15]; 18. 5W-Lucas Wolfe[21]; 19. 91F-Anthony Fiore[16]; 20. 29-Zachary Newlin[20]; 21. 3-Denny Peebles[17]; 22. 28F-Davie Franek[23]; 23. 69P-Landon Price[22]; 24. (DNF) 97-Brie Hershey[19]

B Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 5W-Lucas Wolfe[2]; 2. 69P-Landon Price[1]; 3. 28F-Davie Franek[3]; 4. 5R-Tyler Ross[14]; 5. 10-Joe Kata[6]; 6. 5-John Walp[4]; 7. 49H-Bradley Howard[8]; 8. 99-George Riden[9]; 9. 4B-Jon Brennfleck[13]; 10. 77K-Steven Kisamore[10]; 11. 69-Justice Forbes[18]; 12. 9-Gordan Senft III[7]; 13. (DNS) 23-Todd Zinn; 14. (DNS) 96-Bill Heltzel Jr; 15. (DNS) 22-Tanner Brown; 16. (DNS) 8S-Nick Sweigart; 17. (DNS) 35-Steve Owings; 18. (DNS) 33-Riley Emig

Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 20-Justin Peck[3]; 2. 99M-Kyle Moody[2]; 3. 58-Troy Wagaman Jr[5]; 4. 44-Dylan Norris[4]; 5. 3-Denny Peebles[1]; 6. 69P-Landon Price[8]; 7. 23-Todd Zinn[9]; 8. (DNF) 96-Bill Heltzel Jr[10]; 9. (DNF) 4B-Jon Brennfleck[7]; 10. (DNS) 35-Steve Owings

Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 1S-Logan Schuchart[1]; 2. 91-Kyle Reinhardt[3]; 3. 8-Freddie Rahmer[2]; 4. 1A-Jacob Allen[4]; 5. 39-Chase Dietz[5]; 6. 5W-Lucas Wolfe[7]; 7. 10-Joe Kata[8]; 8. 99-George Riden[10]; 9. (DNF) 5R-Tyler Ross[6]; 10. (DNS) 33-Riley Emig

Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. 19-Brent Marks[4]; 2. 10X-Ryan Smith[9]; 3. 39M-Anthony Macri[3]; 4. 91F-Anthony Fiore[1]; 5. 97-Brie Hershey[6]; 6. 28F-Davie Franek[2]; 7. 9-Gordan Senft III[8]; 8. (DNF) 22-Tanner Brown[7]; 9. (DNF) 8S-Nick Sweigart[5]

Heat 4 (10 Laps): 1. 27-Devon Borden[1]; 2. 21-Matt Campbell[2]; 3. 69T-Tim Glatfelter[5]; 4. 48-Danny Dietrich[4]; 5. 29-Zachary Newlin[3]; 6. 5-John Walp[6]; 7. 49H-Bradley Howard[9]; 8. 77K-Steven Kisamore[7]; 9. (DNS) 69-Justice Forbes

Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 44-Dylan Norris, 00:14.785[6]; 2. 20-Justin Peck, 00:14.816[5]; 3. 99M-Kyle Moody, 00:14.962[2]; 4. 3-Denny Peebles, 00:14.975[8]; 5. 58-Troy Wagaman Jr, 00:14.976[1]; 6. 35-Steve Owings, 00:15.324[7]; 7. 4B-Jon Brennfleck, 00:15.352[3]; 8. 69P-Landon Price, 00:15.656[4]; 9. 96-Bill Heltzel Jr, 00:18.143[9]; 10. 23-Todd Zinn, 00:19.193[10]

Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 1A-Jacob Allen, 00:14.677[2]; 2. 91-Kyle Reinhardt, 00:14.736[3]; 3. 8-Freddie Rahmer, 00:14.784[7]; 4. 1S-Logan Schuchart, 00:14.805[9]; 5. 39-Chase Dietz, 00:14.879[10]; 6. 5R-Tyler Ross, 00:14.905[4]; 7. 5W-Lucas Wolfe, 00:14.934[8]; 8. 10-Joe Kata, 00:15.288[1]; 9. 33-Riley Emig, 00:15.663[5]; 10. 99-George Riden, 00:15.726[6]

Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 19-Brent Marks, 00:14.887[8]; 2. 39M-Anthony Macri, 00:15.009[1]; 3. 28F-Davie Franek, 00:15.317[4]; 4. 91F-Anthony Fiore, 00:15.478[7]; 5. 8S-Nick Sweigart, 00:15.872[6]; 6. 97-Brie Hershey, 00:15.930[2]; 7. 22-Tanner Brown, 00:16.013[3]; 8. 9-Gordan Senft III, 00:19.606[5]; 9. 10X-Ryan Smith[9]

Qualifying 4 (3 Laps): 1. 48-Danny Dietrich, 00:14.443[2]; 2. 29-Zachary Newlin, 00:14.773[6]; 3. 21-Matt Campbell, 00:14.896[3]; 4. 27-Devon Borden, 00:15.272[9]; 5. 69T-Tim Glatfelter, 00:15.331[4]; 6. 5-John Walp, 00:15.823[8]; 7. 77K-Steven Kisamore, 00:16.470[1]; 8. 69-Justice Forbes, 00:16.804[5]; 9. 49H-Bradley Howard[7]

358 SPEC SEALED MODIFIEDS
A Feature 1 (30 Laps): 1. 2A-Mike Gular[6]; 2. 401-Frank Cozze Sr[2]; 3. 88Z-Jeff Strunk[10]; 4. 112-Cale Ross[7]; 5. 126-Dominick Buffalino[11]; 6. 747-Davey Sammons[9]; 7. 31-Lance Willix[21]; 8. 16X-Danny Creedin[13]; 9. 5-Jack Butler[3]; 10. 7MM-Michael Maresca[12]; 11. 5J-Jared Umbenhauer[14]; 12. 22-Tanner Van Dohren[8]; 13. 6-Ronald Kline[24]; 14. 88X-Dave Dissinger[4]; 15. 20-Rick Laubach[22]; 16. 17X-Kevin Beach[23]; 17. 27-Brad Arnold[19]; 18. 10$-Scott Albert[20]; 19. 01-Dan Waisempacher[15]; 20. (DNF) 16-Louden Reimert[5]; 21. (DNF) 96-Billy Pauch Jr[1]; 22. (DNF) 117-Kevin Hirthler[17]; 23. (DNF) 44M-Doug Manmiller[16]; 24. (DNF) 14RR-Joe Funk[18]

B Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 31-Lance Willix[2]; 2. 20-Rick Laubach[5]; 3. 17X-Kevin Beach[1]; 4. 6-Ronald Kline[4]; 5. 05-Sean Metz[14]; 6. 97-Jimmy Reppert[7]; 7. 5B-Brett Ballard[6]; 8. 7H-Shawn Light[3]; 9. 4-Dan Solomon[15]; 10. 99-Craig Whitmoyer[12]; 11. 18-Mark Van Vorst[13]; 12. 08-Bruce Hooper[16]; 13. (DNF) 3-Billy Lasko[10]; 14. (DNF) 28-Richie Pratt Jr[8]; 15. (DNF) 44-Alea Geisler[11]; 16. (DNS) 81-Dylan Swinehart; 17. (DNS) 79-Blaine Bracelin; 18. (DNS) 61-Justin Grim

Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 96-Billy Pauch Jr[6]; 2. 126-Dominick Buffalino[8]; 3. 88X-Dave Dissinger[1]; 4. 16X-Danny Creedin[2]; 5. 117-Kevin Hirthler[3]; 6. 17X-Kevin Beach[9]; 7. 20-Rick Laubach[10]; 8. 81-Dylan Swinehart[4]; 9. 18-Mark Van Vorst[5]; 10. 08-Bruce Hooper[7]

Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 7MM-Michael Maresca[2]; 2. 88Z-Jeff Strunk[5]; 3. 401-Frank Cozze Sr[8]; 4. 5J-Jared Umbenhauer[9]; 5. 14RR-Joe Funk[4]; 6. 31-Lance Willix[7]; 7. 5B-Brett Ballard[10]; 8. 3-Billy Lasko[1]; 9. 05-Sean Metz[3]; 10. (DNF) 61-Justin Grim[6]

Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. 16-Louden Reimert[5]; 2. 747-Davey Sammons[4]; 3. 22-Tanner Van Dohren[2]; 4. 01-Dan Waisempacher[6]; 5. 27-Brad Arnold[3]; 6. 7H-Shawn Light[7]; 7. 97-Jimmy Reppert[8]; 8. 44-Alea Geisler[9]; 9. (DNF) 79-Blaine Bracelin[1]

Heat 4 (10 Laps): 1. 5-Jack Butler[2]; 2. 2A-Mike Gular[7]; 3. 112-Cale Ross[4]; 4. 44M-Doug Manmiller[5]; 5. 10$-Scott Albert[1]; 6. 6-Ronald Kline[8]; 7. 28-Richie Pratt Jr[3]; 8. 99-Craig Whitmoyer[9]; 9. 4-Dan Solomon[6]

ENDURO SMALL CAR
A Feature 1 (50 Laps): 1. X11-Roy Denike[16]; 2. 69-Robbie Carroll[6]; 3. 11-Brian Moyer[9]; 4. 277-John Rose[3]; 5. 26-Austin Weller[14]; 6. 99X-Rob Storms[13]; 7. 26A-Russell Hilbert[8]; 8. 88-Dylan Schantz[12]; 9. 18T-Tyler Denike[10]; 10. 91-Neil Kunkel[22]; 11. 39-Philip Levering[11]; 12. 29-Joe Luckenbaugh[4]; 13. 19-Brian Kunkel[26]; 14. 11X-Rob Pyle[25]; 15. 24-Eric Spengler[1]; 16. 73-Jeremy Krauss[20]; 17. 13-Adam Kratzer[23]; 18. 32J-Julian Storms[15]; 19. XL2-Matt Peck[21]; 20. 49-Clay Wollyung[5]; 21. 02-Edwin Herman[18]; 22. 24Y-Christopher Yob[2]; 23. 4B-Bradly Byle[24]; 24. 47-Tyler Santay[19]; 25. 54-Tyler Schmeltzle[27]; 26. 88S-Scott Sipe[17]; 27. (DNS) 98X-Greg Lashbrook

ENDURO BIG CAR
A Feature 1 (50 Laps): 1. 88-Dylan Schantz[5]; 2. 77-Brandon Guyer[8]; 3. 70-Chuck Detweiler[3]; 4. 55-Alan Brightbill[9]; 5. 32-Joe Kunkel[13]; 6. 3H-Jamie Naftzinger[2]; 7. 95-Scott Lord[19]; 8. 61-Jon Haegele[7]; 9. 14-Bob Wink[21]; 10. 3-Zach Daron[11]; 11. 30-Devon McCarthy[14]; 12. (DNF) 23A-Aaron Frazier[18]; 13. (DNF) 41-Bobby Wellman[17]; 14. (DNF) 65H-Ty Huntsberger[22]; 15. (DNF) 45-William Sheeler[6]; 16. (DNF) 69-Robbie Carroll[10]; 17. (DNF) 79-Dirk Rimrott[20]; 18. (DNF) 16-Walt Lemmon[1]; 19. (DNF) 07-Justin Mong[15]; 20. (DNF) 49-Wes McDaniel[16]; 21. (DNF) 60-Thomas Kuykendall[12]; 22. (DNF) 25-Travis Guyer[4]

Monday, November 08, 2021

Madsen steers TSR to podium, top-ten in World of Outlaws World Finals

 

Dates: Thursday through Saturday, November 4th-6th
Event: World of Outlaws World Finals
Series: World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series
Track: The Dirt Track at Charlotte (Charlotte, North Carolina)
Kerry Madsen A-Main Finishes (Start):
Friday: 2nd (5th)
Saturday: 6th (13th)

BROWNSBURG, Ind. (November 8, 2021) – The “Madman” Kerry Madsen certainly lived up to his persona during the recent weekend, capping the World of Outlaws World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte with a pair of top-ten finishes, highlighting the three-day turned two-day affair with a podium performance on Friday, November 5. 

Exciting, to say the least, Madsen’s podium was not a guaranteed outcome until the closing circuits, as the St Marys, New South Wales, Australia-native battled by Brent Marks for fourth with eight laps remaining, claiming third from Carson Macedo with two laps remaining, then sliding by “Blackjack” Brian Brown for second in the final corner. 

“I can’t say enough about this Tony Stewart Racing car,” Kerry Madsen said. “It’s been an absolute dream to drive this year and I couldn’t be happier. I think we were in a position to win a few more races, but we’ll move forward and see what the future brings.”

Although unable to match his podium outcome, Madsen’s final night in the Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing/Rush Truck Centers/Advance Auto Parts/Curb Records/Ford Performance/Digital Ally/Sage Fruit/FloRacing/Absolute Automation and Security/Hunt Brothers Pizza/Mobil 1/Carquest Auto Parts/TicketSmarter/J&J Auto Racing/No. 14 sprint car did result in a top-ten finish, this time climbing from 13th to finish sixth. A fourth-place score during heat race competition secured Madsen’s position on the feature grid. 

A “super sub” in his own right, Madsen powered Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing to a trio of $10,000 World of Outlaws victories in 2021, two of which occurring during Jackson Nationals preliminary competition at Jackson Motorplex on June 24-25. Madsen’s third World of Outlaws victory occurred during Port Royal Speedway’s Nittany Showdown on Friday, October 8. 

ADDITIONAL MEDIA:
Fans are encouraged to follow the progress of Tony Stewart, Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing and the No. 14/Rush Truck Centers/Advance Auto Parts/Curb Records/Ford Performance/Digital Ally/Sage Fruit/FloRacing/Absolute Automation and Security/Hunt Brothers Pizza/Mobil 1/Carquest Auto Parts/TicketSmarter/J&J Auto Racing motorsports team on the Web and on social media. 

Broadcast Coverage:
Watch the All Star Circuit of Champions online at www.floracing.com.
Watch the World of Outlaws online at www.dirtvision.com.

Tony Stewart:
Web: www.tonystewart.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TonyStewart/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/TonyStewart
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tsrsmoke/ 

Tony Stewart Racing:
Web: www.tonystewartracing.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TonyStewartRacing
Twitter: www.twitter.com/Tonystewart_rcg
Instagram: www.instagram.com/@TonyStewart_Rcg

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CONTACT:
Photo Credit: SprintFun | Dan McFarland
Tyler Altmeyer
Tony Stewart Racing Enterprises
(724) 954-4915, pr@tonystewart.com

Donny Schatz rallies 22 positions in World of Outlaws finale

 

Dates: Thursday through Saturday, November 4th-6th
Event: World of Outlaws World Finals
Series: World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series
Track: The Dirt Track at Charlotte (Charlotte, North Carolina)
Donny Schatz A-Main Finishes (Start):
Friday: 5th (11th)
Saturday: 3rd (25th)

2021 World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Championship Standings: FINAL | Fourth | 10,458 points (two points behind Carson Macedo for third)

BROWNSBURG, Ind. (November 8, 2021) – If one thing is for certain, you can never count out Donny Schatz, no matter the circumstance.

The ten-time World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series champion certainly lived up to that expression during the recent weekend, capping the 2021 World of Outlaws World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte with two, big charges including a 22-spot rally on Saturday, November 6. 

Forced to utilize a Series provisional, Schatz started 25th on Saturday’s A-Main grid and put on a clinic, climbing through most of the field before finishing third behind Brock Zearfoss and eventual winner, Brent Marks. It was the bottom groove that served as Schatz’ battleground, nearly making the pass for second before settling for the final spot on the podium. In addition, Schatz was awarded the evening’s Hard Charger Award.

“That’s what is expected of me,” Schatz said, driver of the Carquest Auto Parts/Curb Records/Ford Performance/Sage Fruit/Digital Ally/Advance Auto Parts/Rush Truck Centers/Absolute Automation and Security/Hunt Brothers Pizza/TicketSmarter/J&J Auto Racing/No. 15 sprint car . “We found ourselves in every bad position and we just didn’t change enough stuff. We finally did and we changed everything except the seat, steering wheel, and driver. I’m glad we got a respectable finish to end the year.”

One night prior, Schatz performed a near-similar feat, ending the first World Finals main event with a stout run from 11th to finish fifth. Like Saturday, Schatz’ preferred groove was the bottom, forced to battle with Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing teammate, Kerry Madsen, along the way.

When the weekend dust settled, Schatz found himself fourth in the final World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series driver standings, a mere-two points shy of third. Three victories padded Schatz’ battle in the standings, earning wins at Dubuque Fairgrounds Speedway, Red River Valley Speedway, and I-80 Speedway. Impressive enough, Schatz concluded the year with 62 top-ten finishes in 77 World of Outlaws feature starts, 47 of which within the top five.

ADDITIONAL MEDIA:
Fans are encouraged to follow the progress of Donny Schatz, Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing and the No. 15/Carquest Auto Parts/Curb Records/Ford Performance/Sage Fruit/Digital Ally/Advance Auto Parts/Rush Truck Centers/Absolute Automation and Security/Hunt Brothers Pizza/TicketSmarter/J&J Auto Racing motorsports team on the Web and on social media.

Broadcast Coverage:
Watch the World of Outlaws online at www.dirtvision.com. 

Donny Schatz:
Web: www.donnyschatzmotorsports.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/DonnySchatz
Twitter: www.twitter.com/donnySchatz
Instagram www.instagram.com/donnyschatz

Tony Stewart Racing:
Web: www.tonystewartracing.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TonyStewartRacing
Twitter: www.twitter.com/Tonystewart_rcg
Instagram: www.instagram.com/@TonyStewart_Rcg

2021 Donny Schatz / Tony Stewart Racing WoO Statistics: 
World of Outlaws Races: 77
World of Outlaws Wins: 3
World of Outlaws Top-5s: 47
World of Outlaws Top-10s: 62
**Numbers reflect WoO statistics, only
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CONTACT:
Photo Credit: Frank Smith
Tyler Altmeyer
Tony Stewart Racing Enterprises
(724) 954-4915, pr@tonystewart.com

Rico Abreu runner-up in Stockton’s Tribute to Gary Patterson

 

Date: Saturday, November 6th
Event: Tribute to Gary Patterson
Series: NARC-King of the West Sprint Cars
Track: Stockton Dirt Track (Stockton, California)
Rico Abreu A-Main Finish (Start): 2nd (8th)

ST. HELENA, Calif. (November 8, 2021) – Rico Abreu and Rico Abreu/Curb Agajanian Racing did their best to cap the 2021 season with a victory, but just as it ended in 2020, Abreu was forced to settle for one spot short of the ultimate prize, finishing second in the NARC-King of the West Tribute to Gary Patterson at Stockton Dirt Track on Saturday, November 6.

A man on a mission, Abreu, driver of the Rowdy Energy/Curb Records/Lucas Oil Products/Self Made Racing/Stadelhofer Construction/Salty’s BBQ/XYZ Machining/Wiser Agency/No. 24 sprint car, was on a roll early in Stockton’s Patterson Tribute, powering ahead from eighth to second before the midpoint of the 30-lapper. A caution with 19 remaining is what allowed Abreu to claim the second spot, utilizing the restart to power by Hanford, California’s DJ Netto.

From that point forward, Abreu did his best to track down race leader Corey Day, but even as traffic intensified in the closing laps, Day proved to be too good.

“Restarts is really where I kind of excelled on picking guys off,” Abreu said. “My car was a little bit free, and the cushion had some whoops and ruts that really upset my car. The race went on and I started searching and didn’t want to be the guy last in line when it laid rubber.

“Hats off to my team…they are the real reason we are up here on the podium,” Abreu continued. “I’m proud of everyone involved with this Rowdy Energy car. We’ll come back stronger than ever next year…I’m already excited to get started.”

Updates pertaining to Rico Abreu’s 2022 plans will be posted in the coming weeks. For the time being, fans should keep alert online, as well as on social media, for details pertaining to Rico Abreu and Rico Abreu Racing merchandise. 

SOCIAL MEDIA:
Fans are encouraged to follow Rico Abreu online, as well as on all of his available social media networks:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RicoAbreuRacing,
Twitter: https://twitter.com/rico_abreu
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rico_abreu/

APPAREL:
Those seeking the latest Rico Abreu/Rico Abreu Racing apparel should visit www.shoprico.com, or find Rico’s merchandise trailer at select events during the 2021 season. 

2021 Rico Abreu Racing Statistics: 
Total Races: 93
Total Wins: 3
Total Top-5s: 34
Total Top-10s: 55
**Stats reflect starts for Rico Abreu, only
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CONTACT:
Photo Credit: Frank Smith
Tyler Altmeyer
Rico Abreu/Curb Agajanian Racing
(724) 954-4915, altmeyer119@gmail.com

Brock Zearfoss completes World of Outlaws season with podium at The Dirt Track at Charlotte

 

By Fully Injected Motorsports:

JONESTOWN, Pa. (November 8, 2021) – The “Jonestown Jet” Brock Zearfoss certainly saved his best performance for last, as the 2021 World of Outlaws Rookie of the Year contender capped his first-ever season as a Series full-timer with a podium performance in the season-ending World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte in Charlotte, North Carolina. The former Port Royal Speedway track champion finished second in his final Outlaws start, advancing three spots from fifth on the A-Main grid.

The runner-up result did not come without challenges, as Zearfoss was forced to cross under multiple sliders given by David Gravel, as well as fend off ten-time World of Outlaws champion, Donny Schatz. 

Before earning his podium result, Zearfoss, pilot of the Brock Zearfoss Racing, Moose’s LZ Bar & Grill, Heavy Equipment, Loaders & Parts Inc., C&D Rigging Inc., Meckley’s Limestone Products, Berkebile Oil Company, Klick Lewis Cars, J.P. Adamsky Trucking, X-1 Race Cars, No. 3Z sprint car, opened World Finals competition with a 13th-place score on Friday, advancing 12 positions after utilizing a World of Outlaws provisional to start 25th.

Despite being a former winner with the Greatest Show On Dirt, the World Finals podium outcome was Zearfoss’ top result as a Series full-timer.

“Better late than never,” Zearfoss said with a grin, who finished ninth in the World of Outlaws driver standings padded by 23 top-ten finishes. “We had the opportunity to win several races, but so many things kept us behind that little bit. The people behind me have brought me up when I’m down. I keep saying it, but we really have been getting better since Knoxville. We were battling for the win and I got too antsy I think. Just having the opportunity to win is special for us.”

With his 2021 campaign complete, Brock Zearfoss and Brock Zearfoss Racing will begin the tedious task of preparing for 2022, as the Jonestown, Pennsylvania-based open wheelers plan to take on the World of Outlaws once again next season, working to translate his rookie woes into sophomore success. In addition, Zearfoss hopes to make his return to Australia during the North American off-season, aiming to repeat as the Western Australia Speedweek champion. 

Although not official, Zearfoss may make an appearance at BAPS Motor Speedway on Saturday, November 13; the annual Sprint Showdown will award a $5,000 top prize.

SPECIAL THANKS:
Brock Zearfoss would like to thank all of his marketing partners including: Moose’s LZ Bar & Grill, Heavy Equipment, Loaders & Parts Inc., C&D Rigging Inc., Meckley’s Limestone Products, Berkebile Oil Company, Klick Lewis Cars, J.P. Adamsky Trucking, X-1 Race Cars, Simpson Racing Products, KX3 Racewear, BK Titanium, Blud Lubricants, AL Driveline, Bruce’s Speed Shop, RV 4 Wheel Drive and Performance Automotive, 87 Speed, Walker Performance Filtration, and Bell Helmets.

SOCIAL MEDIA:
Fans can keep up with Brock Zearfoss during his entire campaign right here at www.fullyinjected.com, or at www.brockzearfoss.com. Be sure to “follow” the “Jonestown Jet” on all of the available social media networks including Twitter: https://twitter.com/brock_zearfoss and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brockzearfossracing. 

BROADCAST COVERAGE:
Watch the World of Outlaws online at www.dirtvision.com.

STATS:
2021 Brock Zearfoss Racing Statistics:
Wins: 3
Top-5s: 8
Top-10s: 31
*2020 Australia starts included

2021 Brock Zearfoss Racing WoO Statistics:
Wins: 0
Top-5s: 1
Top-10s: 23

2021 Victories: 3 (Ellenbrook Speedway [Western Australia] – January 2) (Perth Motorplex [Western Australia] – January 9) (Perth Motorplex [Western Australia] – January 9)

2021 Highlights: Finished third during first-ever start at Perth Motorplex in Perth, Australia, on December 26. Finished second during the second round of Western Australia Speedweek at Perth on December 28. Finished second during the third round of Western Australia Speedweek at Bunbury on January 1. Won first-ever feature in Australia on January 2 at Ellenbrook Speedway. Swept Western Australia Speedweek finale at Perth Motorplex on January 9. Scored Western Australia Speedweek championship. Highlighted first weekend as full-time Outlaw with 13th-place finish at Volusia Speedway Park on February 7. Finished seventh at East Bay Raceway Park on Saturday, March 6. Finished tenth during WoO debut at The Rev in Louisiana on Saturday, March 13. Finished ninth during Cotton Bowl Speedway start on Saturday, March 20. Scored back-to-back top-tens during Bristol Motor Speedway starts on April 23 and 25. Finished seventh at I-70 Motorsports Park in Odessa, Missouri, on Saturday, May 1. Scored back-to-back top-ten finishes in Outlaws starts at Attica and Sharon on May 21-22. Finished tenth during Beaver Dam Raceway start on Saturday, June 19. Hard Charged from 19th to tenth during Cedar Lake’s Independence Day Spectacular on Friday, July 2. Finished ninth in Wilmot Raceway start on Saturday, July 10. Capped Eldora visit with eighth-place run in Knight Before the Kings Royal. Finished tenth at Ransomville Speedway and Weedsport Speedway on Friday and Saturday, July 30-31. Finished ninth in Front Row Challenge at Southern Iowa Speedway on August 9. Qualified for 2021 Knoxville Nationals A-Main with fourth-place run in “Hard Knox” program on August 13. Finished 15th in 2021 Knoxville Nationals 50-lap A-Main. Finished tenth at Huset’s Speedway on Sunday, August 22. Earned three consecutive World of Outlaws top-ten finishes during starts at River Cities, I-80, and Black Hills on August 25, 27, and 29. Finished eighth at Skagit Speedway on Saturday, September 4. Finished eighth from 14th at Grays Harbor Raceway on Monday, September 6. Hard Charged with Outlaws at Keller Auto Speedway; rallied from 18th to finish eighth. Finished seventh at Lawton Speedway on October 29. Finished second in the World of Outlaws World Finals finale at The Dirt Track at Charlotte on Saturday, November 6.

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CONTACT:
Photo Credit: SprintFun | Dan McFarland

About Fully Injected Motorsports: Headquartered in Western Pennsylvania, Fully Injected Motorsports provides professional grade press releases to multiple short track teams from all areas of the country. 

Contact: altmeyer119@gmail.com / info@fullyinjected.com / www.fullyinjected.com / Twitter: @FI_Motorsports / Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FullyInjectedMotorsports

Danny Dietrich to cap 2021 season with Sprint Showdown at BAPS Motor Speedway

 

By Fully Injected Motorsports:

GETTYSBURG, Pa. (November 8, 2021) – It has been a long and competitive road for Gettysburg, Pennsylvania’s Danny Dietrich, and although his 2021 campaign is all but complete, recently concluding all World of Outlaws competition with the annual World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, “Double-D” still has some unfinished business, as BAPS Motor Speedway is set to host their annual Sprint Showdown on Saturday afternoon, November 13.

Certainly no stranger to the York Haven oval, Dietrich, driver of Gary Kauffman’s Weikert’s Livestock, Sandoe’s Fruit Market, Pace Performance, Big Cove Whitetail Trophy Hunts, Bowhunters Superstore, Drop Of Ink Tattoo, Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC, Self Made, Graver’s Garage, Racer’s New & Used Parts Warehouse, No. 48 sprint car, is a two-time BAPS winner this season, one of which accomplished during All Star Circuit of Champions competition on August 29. 

The BAPS Motor Speedway Sprint Showdown will award a $5,000 top prize. 

“It’s been a long year, for sure, but we want to cap it all with a win a BAPS…that’s our goal,” Danny Dietrich explained, a six-time feature winner thus far in 2021, two of which with the All Star Circuit of Champions including the aforementioned BAPS triumph. “Hats off to my team. They’ve been busting their butts all season and I can’t thank them enough for their hard work. We’ve been all over the map this year and that’s not easy. Without their help, the wins wouldn’t be possible.”

As mentioned, Danny Dietrich and Gary Kauffman Racing joined the World of Outlaws for their season-ending World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte on Thursday through Saturday, November 4-6. A frustrating weekend for the team, Dietrich highlighted his visit to the Tar Heel State with a 14th-place finish in Saturday’s Last Chance Showdown.

“We’ll put that weekend behind us and move forward,” Dietrich explained. “You have to take the bad with the good…can’t let those results get to you or you’ll never make any progress.”

SPECIAL THANKS:
Danny Dietrich and Gary Kauffman Racing would like to thank all of their current marketing partners including: Weikert’s Livestock, Sandoe’s Fruit Market, Pace Performance, Big Cove Whitetail Trophy Hunts, Bowhunters Superstore, Drop Of Ink Tattoo, Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC, Self Made, Graver’s Garage, Racer’s New & Used Parts Warehouse, East Park Automotive Inc., RV 4 Wheel Drive & Performance Automotive Inc., Bollinger Construction, Blud Lubricants. 

SOCIAL MEDIA:
Keep up with Danny Dietrich and Gary Kauffman Racing during their entire campaign right here at the official online home of Fully Injected Motorsports – www.FullyInjected.com. Also, be sure to follow Danny Dietrich online at www.dannydietrich.com, as well as on all of his available social media outlets including Twitter: https://twitter.com/dannydietrich and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GKRracing/. 

Danny Dietrich/Gary Kauffman Racing apparel is now available and can be found at the track, as well as online at www.dannydietrich.com/merch 

BROADCAST COVERAGE:
Watch the All Star Circuit of Champions online at www.floracing.com.
Watch the World of Outlaws online at www.dirtvision.com.
Watch Lincoln Speedway and Port Royal Speedway online at www.floracing.com.
Watch Williams Grove Speedway online at www.dirtvision.com.  

STATS:

2021 Gary Kauffman Racing Statistics:
Top-5s: 37
Top-10s: 58
Wins: 6

2018 Wins: 10 (Lincoln Speedway: 3/10, 4/21, 6/30, 7/2, 7/14) (BAPS Motor Speedway: 4/8, 9/20) (Port Royal Speedway: 5/5, 7/7) (Williams Grove Speedway: 6/1)

2019 Wins: 15 (Lincoln Speedway: 3/16) (Williams Grove Speedway: 3/29) (BAPS Motor Speedway: 4/7) (Port Royal Speedway: 4/20) (Bridgeport Speedway [WoO]: 5/21) (Port Royal Speedway: 5/25) (Williams Grove Speedway: 5/31) (Weedsport Speedway [ASCoC]: 6/9) (Lincoln Speedway: 6/15) (Williams Grove Speedway: 6/21) (Orange County Fair Speedway [ASCoC]: 7/13) (Williams Grove Speedway: 7/19) (Lincoln Speedway: 8/17) (Williams Grove Speedway: 8/30) (BAPS Motor Speedway: 11/16)

2019 Championships: Williams Grove Speedway Track Championship, Central Pennsylvania Sprint Car Championship

2020 Wins: 13 (Lincoln Speedway Icebreaker – February 22) (Monarch Motor Speedway – All Stars – June 12) (Lincoln Speedway – Kevin Gobrecht Memorial – June 27) (Selinsgrove Speedway – Jan Opperman Memorial – June 28) (Williams Grove Speedway – July 31) (Lincoln Speedway – August 1) (Trail-Way Speedway – August 2) (Lincoln Speedway – Hank Gentzler Memorial- August 8) (Lincoln Speedway – August 22) (Grandview Speedway – All Stars – August 27) (Lincoln Speedway x2 – Bob Leiby Memorial – September 5) (Lincoln Speedway – Season Finale – October 17)

2020 Championships: Central Pennsylvania Sprint Car Championship 

2021 Highlights: Earned a pair of top-five finishes, highlighted with a runner-up result, during World of Outlaws and All Star Circuit of Champions competition at Volusia Speedway Park/DIRTcar Nationals. Charged from 15th to sixth at Lincoln Speedway on Saturday, March 6. Scored first victory of 2021 during Lincoln Speedway start on Saturday, March 13. Rallied from 12th to fourth during Lincoln Speedway start on March 20. Jumped from 24th to ninth during a start at Williams Grove Speedway on March 26. Rallied from ninth to third during Port Royal Speedway visit on March 27. Finished second at Lincoln Speedway on Saturday, April 3. Finished eighth at Bridgeport Speedway on April 6. Charged from 14th to fourth during Port Royal Speedway start on April 10. Rallied from 21st to 11th during Lincoln Speedway start, also on April 10. Finished sixth during Port Royal’s Keith Kauffman Classic on April 17. Scored back-to-back top-fives during starts at Port Royal and Selinsgrove on April 24-25. Finished fourth from tenth at Lincoln Speedway on May 1. Finished second during the Kevin Gobrecht Classic at BAPS on May 2. Finished tenth during Lincoln’s Outlaw Tune-Up on Saturday, May 8. Finished sixth during West Virginia Motor Speedway’s Mountaineer Nationals on Saturday, May 22. Finished second during the Yellow Breeches program at Williams Grove Speedway on May 21. Rallied from 17th to finish fourth in Bob Weikert Memorial at Port Royal Speedway. Finished third and seventh during stops at Williams Grove and Lincoln on Friday and Saturday, June 4-5. Capped All Star Speedweek second in championship standings. Earned Speedweek victory at Sharon Speedway on June 15. Earned All Star Speedweek top-tens at Attica Raceway Park, Fremont Speedway, Sharon Speedway, and Portsmouth Raceway Park. Capped 2021 PA Sprint Speedweek campaign with seven top-fives in eight contested events; earned 2021 PA Sprint Speedweek championship. Charged from 13th to fourth in 13th Annual Lou Blaney Memorial at Sharon Speedway on Saturday, July 10. Finished second in 38th Annual Kings Royal main event and finished tenth in 37th Annual Kings Royal main event; each $175,000-to-win. Victorious in Selinsgrove Speedway’s 75th Anniversary event on July 20. Finished third at Williams Grove Speedway on July 30. Finished sixth and third in Port Royal Speedway Dream Race starts on July 31. Finished eighth with Outlaws in Ironman 55 at I-55 Raceway in Pevely, Missouri. Qualified for 2021 Knoxville Nationals A-Main; locked in through qualifying effort on Wednesday. Finished 24th in Knoxville Nationals A-Main. Finished sixth at Williams Grove Speedway on August 20. Finished fourth at Lincoln Speedway on August 21. Earned fourth victory of the season during BAPS’ Johnny Mackison Clash on August 29; the All Star win paid $5,000. Finished third in Selinsgrove Speedway’s Jack Gunn Memorial on August 28. Earned fifth win of 2021 during Port Royal’s Labor Day Classic on September 6. Finished second at Williams Grove Speedway on Friday, September 3. Finished 14th in Port Royal’s Tuscarora 50 on September 11. Won Greg Hodnett Foundation race at BAPS Motor Speedway on Thursday, September 16. Earned back-to-back top-tens (fith, ninth) during All Star visits to Williams Grove Speedway and Lincoln Speedway on September 17-18. Finished sixth in Williams Grove Speedway’s National Open tune up on September 24. Finished second in Selinsgrove Speedway’s Jim Nace Memorial National Open on September 25. Rallied from 21st to eighth in National Open preliminary on Friday, October 1. Finished 12th in the National Open finale on Saturday, October 2. Finished tenth in Port Royal’s Nittany Showdown opener on Friday, October 8.

2021 Wins: 6 (Lincoln Speedway: 3/13) (Sharon Speedway | All Stars: 6/15) (Selinsgrove Speedway | 75th Anniversary Race: 7/20) (BAPS Motor Speedway | All Stars: 8/29) (Port Royal Speedway | Labor Day Classic: 9/6) (BAPS Motor Speedway: 9/16)

2021 Championships: Pennsylvania Sprint Speedweek

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CONTACT:
Photo Credit: Chad Warner

About Fully Injected Motorsports: Headquartered in Western Pennsylvania, Fully Injected Motorsports provides professional grade press releases to multiple short track teams from all areas of the country. 

Contact: altmeyer119@gmail.com / info@fullyinjected.com / www.fullyinjected.com / Twitter: @FI_Motorsports / Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FullyInjectedMotorsports/