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- Breakthrough 2023 campaign vaults Alex Pokorski to most improved, top-five status
(PEDAL DOWN PROMOTIONS) November 28, 2023 - In his fourth overall and second full-time season behind the wheel of a 360 Sprint Car, Alex Pokorski firmly established himself as a consistently strong, top-flight competitor in the Akright Auto Midwest Sprint Car Association and Plymouth Dirt Track Racing 360 Sprint Car competition throughout the 2023 campaign. Following an up-and-down debut season in the seat of the Spyder Akright-owned Akright Auto Racing Teamto No. 4 car, which saw him place 15th in the final MSA point standings and 14th in the PDTR points race in 2022, the West Bend, Wis. driver showcased his skills out right of the gate with a new Triple X chassis, fresh motor and updated equipment at his disposal in 2023. While competing in all 24 events during the 2023 MSA-PDTR campaign, Pokorski earned his first career MSA 360 Sprint Car A-main victory at the Dodge County Fairgrounds Speedway in Beaver Dam, Wis. on Friday, June 2, while notching a total of 12 top-five, 21 top-10 and 23 top-15 A-main showings. In addition, Pokorski tallied four heat race victories and two fast qualifier awards during the 2023 season. After advancing from 14th in 2022 to fourth in the 2023 PDTR 360 Sprint Car point standings and moving up from 15th to fourth in the final 2023 MSA 360 Sprint Car Series points race, Pokorski claimed the 2023 Most Improved Driver Award in both PDTR and MSA competition. In addition, Pokorski's father, Paul, who wrapped up his stellar career as a regular full-time competitor at the conclusion of the 2021 season, returned to the cockpit on a limited basis in Spyder Akright's 53A PDTR-MSA 360 Sprint Car. The 31-year veteran competed in 11 PDTR-MSA events during the 2023 campaign, posting one top-five, four top-10 and six top-15 A-main finishes to go along with one B main victory. The highlight of Paul's 2023 season was a third-place podium A-main finish at The Plymouth Dirt Track on Aug. 12. With Paul sharing driving duties with Spyder Akright, the 53A Akright Auto car finished 14th in the 2023 PDTR and MSA 360 Sprint Car point standings while competing in all 17 PDTR and 21 of 24 MSA events in 2023. Alex Pokorski roared out of the gate to record a career-best equaling fifth place showing in the 2023 PDTR 360 Sprint Car season opener at The Plymouth Dirt Track on Saturday, May 6. One week later, Pokorski charged from his 10th starting position to earn his first career A-main podium finish with a third place effort at The Plymouth Dirt Track on Saturday, May 13. On Saturday, May 20, Pokorski was running second in A-main action when he was collected in an incident involving two slower cars. After the crew made repairs in the pit area, the fourth-year 360 Sprint Car racer rebounded to salvage a 14th place finish. The Alex Pokorski-Akright Auto Racing Team ventured to Wilmot Raceway in Wilmot, Wis. for an MSA event on Saturday, May 27, which saw Pokorski pick up a ninth place showing. The crowning achievement of Pokorski's Sprint Car racing career thus far came six days later in an MSA event at the sprawling half-mile Dodge County Fairgrounds Speedway in Beaver Dam, Wis. on Friday, June 2, as Pokorski led all 20 laps of the A main from the pole to notch his first career MSA A-main triumph. Pokorski capped off a tripleheader weekend of action with a fifth place A-main showing at Plymouth on June 3 and a 10th place finish at Angell Park Speedway in Angell Park, Wis. on June 4. After placing seventh in a PDTR 360 Sprint Car A main on June 10, Pokorski led the first 18 laps of the June 17 A main at The Plymouth Dirt Track before settling for a third place finish. He went one spot better on June 24 to record a second-place A-main showing at Plymouth. Following a sixth place A-main showing at Plymouth on July 1, Pokorski tallied his first career fast qualifier award at Plymouth on July 8 before placing eighth in the main event. After enduring a flip and several caution flags in A-main action at the Plymouth Dirt Track on July 15, Pokorski rallied to earn a 10th place showing before coming home sixth in MSA competition at Angell Park Speedway on July 16. Alex then placed fifth at Plymouth on July 28 before recording a fourth place showing in the MSA's first-ever appearance at Eagle River Speedway in Eagle River, Wis. on July 29. On Aug. 5, Pokorski improved 10 spots in the main event, advancing from his 17th starting spot to place seventh in PDTR 360 Sprint Car action at The Plymouth Dirt Track. Both Alex and his father, Paul Pokorski, enjoyed a memorable night on Aug. 12 at Plymouth as Paul led the first five laps from the pole before recording a strong third place A-main finish in Spyder Akright's 53A car, while Alex followed close behind to finish fourth in the main event. Paul and Alex recorded a pair of top-10 A-main showings at Plymouth on Aug. 19 with Paul placing ninth and Alex taking 10th. One week later, Alex finished third at Plymouth on Aug. 25 before rebounding from an early incident in the A main to place 14th in MSA A-main action at Wilmot Raceway on Aug. 26. Alex placed fourth in A-main action at the Dodge County Fairgrounds Speedway on Friday, Sept. 1 before leading the first eight laps and coming home second in A-main competition at The Plymouth Dirt Track during the annual Sheboygan County Fair on Saturday, Sept. 2. The 2023 PDTR-MSA season came to a close with Wisconsin Sprint Car Championships at Plymouth on Saturday, Sept. 30 as contact with the back stretch wall in the early stages of the A main ended Alex's night early with a 21st place finish. The race marked the only time Alex failed to finish an A-main and his lone time placing outside of the top 15 in MSA 360 Sprint Car main event action during the 2023 campaign. Alex Pokorski is grateful for the support of the team's sponsors, crew members, family, friends and fans during the 2023 season. "The 2023 season was a lot of fun," Pokorski said. "I feel blessed to have had all the people around me who made it possible. I hope they all enjoyed it as well. We had a big improvement from last year, which got us up to a fourth place finish in MSA points. I will be back racing with Spyder and the Akright Auto Racing Team again in 2024. I'm really excited to have that opportunity again, and I am looking forward to improving further. "Our plan for the 2024 season is to run the MSA schedule again and do a few 410 races as well," he said. After competing in just two 360 Sprint Car events in 2022, Paul Pokorski relished the opportunity to race Spyder Akright's 53A car in 11 events during the 2023 season. "The season was a lot of fun," We all had a good time. The entire Akright Auto Racing and Pokorski Motorsports team is looking forward to 2024." Sponsors and supporters for Alex Pokorski and the 2023 Akright Auto Racing Team include Akright Auto, Petersen Septic Systems, Goeden Auto Body, Novak's Service Center, Mulch Express of Wisconsin, Countryside Designs, Wisconsin Bank and Trust, Homestead Auto, Cedar Valley Hunt Club, Bumper to Bumper Auto Parts, RC Custom Design and Pedal Down Promotions. For more information on Alex Pokorski and the No. 4 Akright Auto Racing Team, check out Pokorski Motorsports on Facebook at https://facebook.com/pokorskimotorsports or visit www.pedaldownpromo.com. Alex Pokorski-Akright Auto Racing Team Sponsor Showcase - Novak's Service Center Alex Pokorski and the Akright Auto Racing Team would like to acknowledge the support of long-time sponsor Novak's Service Center of Manitowoc, which is celebrating its 51st year in business in 2023. Novak's Service Center is a locally owned, second-generation, family-owned, five-bay auto repair center, which has been serving customers in the Lakeshore area since 1972. Novak's Service Center offers comprehensive auto repair services, including 4 x 4 services, brakes, car and truck care, domestic cars and trucks, electrical services, electronic services, engine and transmission, engine maintenance, expired warranty care, general service, heating and cooling services, import cars and trucks, quick lube services, tires, towing, transmission and undercar services. Located at 1320 Washington St. in Manitowoc, Novak's Service Center is open from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. To schedule an appointment, call 920-684-5737 or visit www.novaks1320.com. Alex Pokorski-Akright Auto Racing Team Sponsor Showcase - Akright Auto Located at 106 North Bluebird Lane in Sheboygan Falls, Wis. Akright Auto has served as a reliable source for auto parts since 1940. With a highly trained staff of auto parts professionals, Akright Auto is well prepared to assist customers with vehicle repair needs with a wide assortment of affordable, high-quality auto parts available on site. If a part is not available, Akright Auto offers next-day delivery services. In addition, Akright Auto provides full auto salvage services, along with a 90-day standard warranty on all parts purchases. Contact Akright Auto by phone at 920-467-4201, toll free at 800-400-4201, via email at email@example.com or visit www.akrightauto.com. Pedal Down Promotions is a full-service public relations and media services company devoted to helping its clients effectively communicate with targeted audiences through press releases, newsletters, profile and feature articles, website and social media content development, printed media, editing and layout, graphic design and book publishing services. For more information on Pedal Down Promotions, email firstname.lastname@example.org, visit www.pedaldownpromo.com or call 920-323-7970. Alex Pokorski Akright Auto Racing Team 4 Final 2023 Statistics Total Events - 24 A Main Victories - 1 B Main Victories - 0 Top Five A Main Finishes - 12 Top 10 A Main Finishes - 21 Top 15 A Main Finishes - 23 Heat Race Victories - 4 Fast Qualifier Awards - 2 Plymouth Dirt Track Racing 360 Sprint Car Points Finish - 4th Midwest Sprint Car Association Points Finish - 4th Paul Pokorski Akright Auto 53A 2023 Season By The Numbers Total Events - 11 A Main Victories - 0 B Main Victories - 1 Top Five A Main Finishes - 1 Top 10 A Main Finishes - 4 Top 15 A Main Finishes - 6 Heat Race Victories - 0 Fast Qualifier Awards - 0 PDTR 360 Sprint Car Points Finish co-driving with Spyder Akright - 14th MSA 360 Sprint Car Points Finish co-driving with Spyder Akright - 14th
- 2024 Chili Bowl Entry List Crests The 100 Mark To Go Live!
Bryan Hulbert - TULSA, Okla. (November 27, 2023) Like clockwork, the annual benchmark of 100 plus entries into Tulsa's Chili Bowl Nationals arrives just after the serving of Turkey, be it on plate or track, revealing to the world the first round of Golden Driller hopefuls. Sitting at 107 entries, the list is already a melting pot of teams, drivers, and talent, with Sammy Swindell being the first event champion to enter the 2024 event. Joined by 15 other A-Feature starters, the list of Chili Bowl entrants, as usual, is an interesting mix of vocations and event rookies. In the world of Sprint Car racing, names like Joey Amantea, Devon Dobie, Brant O'Banion, and several others carry years of experience and success, but for the first time, they'll take their shot at Midget racing's toughest event. Spectating one year ago after racing in the Tulsa Shootout for the first time, Wout Hoffmans, who has spent most of the summer racing in the United States, is also on the list of 24 event rookies. He is the first driver from the Netherlands to enter the Chili Bowl Nationals. A storyline that everyone knew was coming will finally become reality in 2024, as 14-year-old Cale Coons takes on the Chili Bowl Nationals for the first time. The son of the legendary Jerry Coons, Jr., the USAC SpeeD2 Midwest Thunder Midget 2023 Rookie of the Year will drive for Chili Bowl Owner Champion, Joe Dooling, in the Dooling - Curb Agajanian, No. 63. Returning with Matt Seymour Racing are Oklahoma's Hank Davis and Pennsylvania's Tim Buckwalter. Delivering the underdog story of the event with his preliminary night victory in 2023, Davis would take the green Saturday from the right of the front row. Delivering both Seymour entries into the big dance after a seventh-place finish in the B-Feature, Buckwalter hard-charged his way from 23rd to ninth. The current list of 2024 Chili Bowl entries shows 99 drivers from 83 cities across 23 states and three countries (USA, Aust., Neth.), with eight entries listed as TBA with the team listed in place of the hometown and state. Car # - Driver - City, State (R) denotes event rookie 0J - Kevin Carl - Port Neches, TX 0 - Ryder Laplante - Calera, OK P1 - Paul White - Waco, TX 1 - Sammy Swindell - Germantown, TN 1HD (R) - Tommy Colburn - New Berlin, WI 1Z - Justin Zimmerman - Athens, TX 2B - Tanner Berryhill - Bixby, OK 2D - Matt Sherrell - Owasso, OK 2F (R) - Casey Friedrichsen - Arthur, IA 2ND - Jeb Sessums - Burleson, TX 2W - Tony Bruce Jr - Liberal, KS 2Z - Zach Blurton - Quinter, KS 3 - Shayle Bade - Lincoln, NE 3N - Jake Neuman - New Berlin, IL 3V - Jim Vanzant - Prescott, AZ 4D - Corey Day - Clovis, CA 4H (R) - Caleb Padgett - Madisonville, TX 5D (R) - Michael Stewart - 5F - Danny Frye III - St. Peters, MO 5U - Michael Faccinto - Hanford, CA 7DK - Darren Kauffman - Waynesboro, PA 7U - Chase McDermand - Springfield, IL 8 - Alex Sewell - Broken Arrow, OK 09 (R) - Scott Lawrence - Concord, NC 9 - Emilio Hoover - Broken Arrow, OK 9B - Brian Schwabauer - Hastings, NE 10 (R) - Ryker Pace - Collinsville, OK 10X - Trevor Serbus - Olivia, MN 13 (R) - Elijah Gile - Phoenix, AZ 14E - Joseph Wray IV - Bartlett, TN 14F - Jeffrey Newell - Tulsa, OK 14J - Jody Rosenboom - Rock Rapids, IA 14X (R) - Andy Pake - Felton, MN 15 - J.J. Yeley - Charlotte, NC 15C - Carter Chevalier - Andover, MN 15D - Andrew Deal - Caney, KS 16R - Kyle Jones - Kennedale, TX 17B - Josh Baughman - Odessa, TX 19 - TBA - (Hayward Motorsports) 19U - Pierce Urbanosky - North Richland Hills, TX 20 - Tadd Holliman - Murray, NE 20C - C.J. Sarna - Brea, CA 20G - Noah Gass - Mounds, OK 22C (R) - Corey Brink - Sturgis, SD 22J - Zach Hampton - Mooresville, IN 22P (R) - Brant O'Banion - Parker, SD 22T - Don Droud Jr - Lincoln, NE 22X - Steven Shebester - Mustang, OK 23D (R) - Devon Dobie - Wapakoneta, OH 23K - Kyle Simon - Covington, OH 23P - Preston Lattomus - Lewes, DE 24S (R) - Rodney Westhafer - Mechanicsburg, PA 25 - Jacob Denney - Galloway, OH 25M - Alex Bright - Collegeville, PA 26C (R) - Corbin Rueschenberg - Mesa, AZ 26J (R) - Jacob Harris - Vidor, TX 27 - Keith Rauch - Denver, CO 27B - Jake Bubak - Arvada, CO 27G (R) - Steve Gresham - Seymour, IN 28J (R) - Joe Perry - Billings, MT 29 - Tim Buckwalter - Douglassville, PA 29S - Hank Davis - Sand Springs, OK 33 (R) - Stanley Kreisel - Warsaw, MO 35 - Tyler Robbins - Collinsville, IL 40 - Max Adams - Loomis, CA 42K - Kevin Battefeld - Lewistown, IL 44 - Colton Hardy - Phoenix, AZ 44A - Adam Andretti - Brownsburg, IN 44B - Branigan Roark - Lincoln, MO 44X - Wesley Smith - Nixa, MO 46 - Kenney Johnson - Bethany, CT 48G (R) - George Loux - Maiden, NC 48N (R) - Wout Hoffmans - Boxmeer, (Neth.) 49 - Dillon Welch - Carmel, IN 50 - Daniel Adler - St. Louis, MO 51 - Curtis Jones - Tulsa, OK 51B - Joe B. Miller - Millersville, MO 51M - TBA - (Mounce-Stout Motorsports) 53R - Sean Robbins - Collinsville, IL 54C (R) - Chance Hull - Burleson, TX 55D - Nick Drake - Mooresville, NC 55T (R) - Trevor Cline - Mooresville, NC 56 - Mitchell Davis - Auburn, IL 56J - TBA - (Mounce-Stout Motorsports) 57A - Daniel Robinson - Benton, IL 63 (R) - Cale Coons - Greencastle, IN 75 - Mario Clouser - Chatham, IL 75X - TBA - (SpeedQuip Motorsports) 77U - Carson Hocevar - Portage, MI 81C - Colten Cottle - Kansas, IL 83 - Will Armitage - Athens, IL 83M - Rylan Gray - Greenfield, IN 85 - Jerry Coons Jr - Tucson, AZ 88J (R) - Joey Amantea - Mt. Pocono, PA 91K - TBA - (Swindell-Bertrand Motorsports) 95 - Chris Andrews - Tulsa, OK 97X - Xavier Doney - Odessa, MO 98P - Ryan Padgett - Anadarko, OK 116 - Claud Estes - Godley, TX 118 - Scott Evans - Rhome, TX 121 - Steve Glover - Rochester, NY 251 - Johnny Brown - LaCoste, TX 938 (R) - Bradley Fezard - Bonnerdale, AR X - Charlie Louden - Camden, AR TBA - (Jody Rosenboom) TBA - (Jody Rosenboom) TBA - (Mounce-Stout Motorsports) As teams return from the season's last run for the USAC NOS Energy Drink Midget National Championship in California, several entries will begin making their way in. The full list of entries with owner, chassis, engine, and sponsor information can be found at https://www.chilibowl.com/entries/manual.aspx. Entry into the 2024 event is taken via mail to 1140 S. 83rd East Ave. Tulsa, OK 74112, by phone at (918) 838-3777, by fax to (918) 836-5517, and by email at email@example.com. The form can be downloaded at https://www.chilibowl.com/downloads/get.aspx?i=878866 Early entry is $150 through Friday, December 8, 2023. Starting Saturday, December 9, 2023, through Noon on Friday, January 12, 2024, the cost per entry goes up to $200. If entering by phone, the Chili Bowl office is open Monday-Friday, 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. (CT). Each entry must include a current W9 to indicate who will receive payment. Entries that do not have a completed W9 on file will not be added to a qualifying night. Changed just prior to the 2022 event, competitors under the age of 16 will be allowed to enter. All entries received by drivers under 16 years of age will go before an advisory committee. Only after being approved by the committee will a driver under 16 years of age be allowed to compete. A copy of a Birth Certificate will still be required to confirm the driver's age. The 38th annual Chili Bowl Nationals takes place January 8-13, 2024, under the giant roof of the SageNet Center in Tulsa, Okla. Fans unable to attend the Chili Bowl Nationals can watch every lap live at http://www.floracing.com. Monday and Tuesday reserved seat tickets are on sale now by calling (918) 838-3777, along with a few scattered, single seats for the entire event. Monday and Tuesday tickets are $60 each. Four-day tickets are $245, five-day tickets are $305, and tickets for the full event are $365, plus tax (8.517%). All orders will be placed in Will Call. For continued updates on the Chili Bowl Nationals, fans can follow along on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram with @CBNationals. All official press, updates, and results on the Chili Bowl Nationals can be found online at http://www.chilibowl.com. Quick Notes: What: 38th annual Chili Bowl Nationals When: January 8-13, 2024 Where: SageNet Center (Tulsa, Okla.) Address: 4145 E 21st St, Tulsa, OK 74114 Ticket Information: Four-Day: $245 Five-Day: $305 Six-Day: $356 Tax Rate: 8.517% Orders are not accepted via Email or Social Media Event Entry Information: Discounted Entry: November 1, 2023 - December 8, 2023 ($150) Late Entry: December 9, 2023 - January 12, 2024 ($200) Return Entries To: Phone: (918) 838-3777 Fax: (918) 836-5517 Mail: 1140 S. 83rd East Ave. Tulsa, OK 74112 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org No entry or financial documents will be accepted via Social Media Chili Bowl Online: Website: http://www.chilibowl.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/chilibowlnationals Twitter: (@cbnationals) Official Hashtag: #ChiliBowl2024 Instagram: cbnationals Chili Bowl Nationals Champions: Year - Driver (Owner) 2023 - Logan Seavey (Kevin & Jordan Swindell/Curb/Bertrand) 2022 - Tanner Thorson (Andy Reinbold) 2021 - Kyle Larson (Kyle Larson Openwheel) 2020 - Kyle Larson (Kyle Larson Openwheel, LLC-Mike Larson) 2019 - Christopher Bell (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian) 2018 - Christopher Bell (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian) 2017 - Christopher Bell (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian) 2016 - Rico Abreu (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian) 2015 - Rico Abreu (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian) 2014 - Bryan Clauson (Joe Dooling/Rusty Kunz/Curb Records) 2013 - Kevin Swindell (Swindell Motorsports/Curb Records) 2012 - Kevin Swindell (Swindell Motorsports/Curb Records) 2011 - Kevin Swindell (Swindell Motorsports/Curb Records) 2010 - Kevin Swindell (Swindell Motorsports/Curb Records) 2009 - Sammy Swindell (Swindell Motorsports/Curb Records) 2008 - Damion Gardner (Jason Leffler) 2007 - Tony Stewart (Tony Stewart Motorsports) 2006 - Tim McCreadie (Steve Smith) 2005 - Tracy Hines (Wilke - Pak) 2004 - Cory Kruseman (Andy Bondio) 2003 - Dan Boorse (Dan Boorse) 2002 - Tony Stewart (Keith Kunz) 2001 - Jay Drake (Keith Kunz) 2000 - Cory Kruseman (Andy Bondio) 1999 - Dan Boorse (Dan Boorse) 1998 - Sammy Swindell (Pete Willoughby) 1997 - Billy Boat (John Lawson) 1996 - Sammy Swindell (Rusty Kunz / Jay McKinnie) 1995 - Donnie Beechler (Zarounian Motorsports) 1994 - Andy Hillenburg (Keith Kunz / Rusty Kunz) 1993 - Dave Blaney (Ralph Potter) 1992 - Sammy Swindell (Dave Ellis) 1991 - Lealand McSpadden (Andy Bondio) 1990 - John Heydenreich (Tony Finley) 1989 - Sammy Swindell (Jack Runyon) 1988 - Scott Hatton (Jerry Hatton) 1987 - Rich Vogler (Bob Lowe) O'Reilly Auto Parts Race of Champions: Spencer Bayston (2023), Justin Grant (2022), Christopher Bell (2021 and 2020), Tanner Thorson (2019 and 2016), Chad Boat (2018), Kyle Larson (2017 and 2014), Sammy Swindell (2015, 2012, 2011, 2009), Kevin Swindell (2013), Brad Loyet (2010) Trade Show: A long-standing tradition at the Chili Bowl, the Trade Show, which is open to the public each day (Monday through Saturday), is free of charge. All variety of racing products, apparel, and more is available with well over 100 vendors. The Trade Show still has space available. Anyone looking to be a part of the Trade Show can contact the Chili Bowl office at 918-838-3777. The Trade Show covers approximately 20,000 square feet.
- Hudson O'Neal On Top After Thrilling End to Chase for the Championship
BATAVIA, Ohio (November 27, 2023) - Hudson O'Neal earned his first-career Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series National Championship after a thrilling end to decide the title in the Big River Steel Chase for the Championship - Presented by ARP. The industry record $200,000 for winning the point championship title went to O'Neal after he slipped past Devin Moran in turn four on the final circuit of the 100-lap finale at Eldora Speedway. O'Neal earned the Championship title based on his second-place finish in the season finale, the highest finishing driver among the Big River Steel Big Four. Moran finished third, while Ricky Thornton Jr finished eighth and Jonathan Davenport finished tenth in the final run down at Eldora Speedway. O'Neal becomes the youngest driver to etch his name in Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series history and only the eighth different driver to win the prestigious title since 2005. O'Neal ended his 2023 campaign with six victories, 32 top five finishes, and 44 top ten performances. That consistency kept the 23-year-old inside the Big River Steel Big Four all season long. "As far as the race went, I don't think it could've got any better for the championship," O'Neal acknowledged after capturing the title that his father, Don, won in 2014. "You know, you hate to see that Ricky had bad luck early in the race and J.D. break like he did. But at the end of the day, we were all on the same racetrack and it's just part of it I guess — bittersweet sometimes." "You think about the way it all went down, two of them broke, and the race was pretty good for the championship. We'll take it, and it doesn't make it any less important to me. We still won the championship. We proved all year that we had a good car, and we were just able to take advantage of it in the last race of the year." O'Neal was humbled following the ultra-successful season of his young career where his Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series earnings alone crossed the half-million-dollar threshold. "Man, I'm so fortunate," O'Neal said. "Anybody who can do what they love for a living and be successful at it is a blessed person, a blessed man, and I'm for sure blessed. If it weren't for my family and everybody that's here — Mark Richards, Steve Baker — for believing in me, and everybody that came before Mark and Steve (like former car owner) Todd Burns, Craig Sims, Roger Sellers, MasterSbilt Race Cars, if it weren't for each and every one of them, I wouldn't be standing where I am today. Every one of them played a role in my upbringing today to be able to win a Lucas Oil championship. Moran's late season success earned him the final spot in the Big River Steel Big Four after narrowly edging out Tim McCreadie and Brandon Overton in the final bonus round at Pittsburgh's Pennsylvania Motor Speedway. He ultimately finished second in the point standings in 2023, a career best on the tour for the Dresden, Ohio driver. Ricky Thornton Jr. finished third in the final championship standings, followed by Jonathan Davenport and Tim McCreadie rounding out the top five. The top five drivers in the final standings each earned more than $300,000 in total earnings in 2023 with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series - another record in the dirt late model industry. 2023 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Point Fund: 1. $200,000, 2. $150,000, 3. $125,000, 4. $100,000, 5. $75,000, 6. $60,000, 7. $50,000, 8. $45,000, 9. $40,000, 10. $35,000, 11. $30,000, 12. $25,000, 13. $20,000, 14. $15,000 For the latest news, results, championship standings and more about the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, please visit www.lucasdirt.com. Big River Steel Chase for the Championship - Presented by ARP Final Standings: *Earnings include championship points fund and other awards. About Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Founded in 2005, the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series showcases the talents of the top dirt late model drivers from across the country. In 2023, the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will sanction 56 events across 16 states, including some of the biggest marquee events in the industry, providing dirt slinging, sideways, door-to-door racing action lap after lap. The series receives national exposure through a television package streamed live via MAVTV on FloRacing, with select broadcasts on MAVTV Motorsports Network. The in your face excitement of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series is second to none in motorsports. For more information, including the latest news, tour schedule, driver information, and more, visit the official website at: www.LucasDirt.com. 2023 Official Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Marketing Partners 2023 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Partners Include: Advanced Powder Coating, AP1 Insurance, Allstar Performance, Arizona Sport Shirts, ARMSLIST.com, Automotive Racing Products (ARP), Behrent's Performance Warehouse, Big River Steel, Bilstein Shocks, Black Diamond Chassis, Boyd Bilt Fabrication, Brandon Ford, Brodix, Capital Race Cars, Clements Racing Engines, Cornett Racing Engines, Deatherage Opticians, DirtCar Lift, Dirt Draft, Dixie Chopper, E3 Spark Plugs, Earnhardt Technologies Group, Etchberger Trucking, Fast Shafts, FLORacing, FOX Shocks, General Tire, Gorsuch Performance Solutions, Heartbeat Hot Sauce, Heath Lawson Photography, Holmatro, Hoosier Tire, Hot Rod Septic Treatment, Keyser Manufacturing, K&N Engineering, Kryptonite Race Cars, Longhorn Chassis, Lucas Oil Products, MAVTV Motorsports Network, MD3, Mega Plumbing of the Carolinas, Midwest Sheet Metal, Miller Welders, MSD, MyRacePass, Nutrien Ag Solutions, O'Reilly Auto Parts, Outerwears, Patriot RV, Penske Racing Shocks, Performance Bodies, Pro Power Racing Engines, ProtectTheHarvest.com, Rocket Chassis, Rugged Radios, Schoenfeld Headers, Simpson Race Products, Slicker Graphics, Strange Oval, Sunoco Race Fuels, Swift Springs, Summit Racing Equipment, Terminal Maintenance and Construction, Thermo-Tec Automotive Products, Todd Steel Buildings, UNOH - University of Northwestern Ohio, Vic Hill Race Engines, Whelen Engineering Company Inc, Wieland Performance Products, Wilwood, Xceldyne, and 5150 Race Trailers
- GRANT GETS 3RD STRAIGHT MIKE CURB USAC NATIONAL DRIVERS CHAMPIONSHIP IN 2023
Justin Grant’s second straight USAC AMSOIL Sprint Car National Championship isn’t the only impressive accolade he repeated during the 2023 campaign.
- PURSLEY PASSES 199, TAKES 2023 USAC PROSOURCE PASSING MASTER TITLE
Daison Pursley’s conquests in USAC’s AMSOIL National Sprint Car and NOS Energy Drink National Midget divisions saw him pass a total of 199 cars in just 62 feature starts throughout the 2023 season.
- Hudson O’Neal on top after thrilling end to chase for the championship
Hudson O’Neal earned his first-career Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series National Championship after a thrilling end to decide the title in the Big ...
- Farmers and Cogleys Team Up for Races at Millstream in 2024
Millstream Speedway near Findlay, Ohio will roar back to live in 2024 under new ownership and a new promotion team.
- Dirt-trackin' at Barberville: Volusia Speedway is host to fast weekend show with sprints, mods
The "360 sprints" will race both Friday and Saturday, while the UMP modifieds and three-quarter mods will also hit the dirt.
- GAVIN MILLER NAMED 2023 USAC NATIONAL MIDGET ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
Pennsylvania has long been a hotbed for some of the finest open wheel dirt track racers in the United States of America. Gavin Miller of Allentown, Pa. is among the new breed who struck a chord on the USAC NOS Energy Drink Midget National Championship trail in 2023.
- SEAVEY & ABACUS REACH THE TOP AS 2023 USAC NATIONAL MIDGET CHAMPIONS
It all started with a DM. When Abacus Racing owner Brent Cox reached out to Logan Seavey via a direct message on Instagram in late 2022, it turned out to be a most fortuitous decision that instantly altered the fortunes for both driver and team.
- Eddie Tafoya Jr. Wrapped up His 2023 Season at Ventura’s Turkey Night Grand Prix
Nine months after he began his 2023 racing season with the USAC National Sprint Car Series in Florida, Eddie Tafoya Jr. concluded the year at last Saturday’s Turkey Night Grand Prix at the Ventura ...
- Tim and Lisa Huddleston acquire Kern County Raceway Park, rename track to honor Kevin Harvick
Kevin Harvick’s Kern Raceway is a 120-acre motorsports facility located in Bakersfield, California. The facility is renowned for it’s half-mile asphalt oval and third-mile dirt oval. For the most ...
- Revving up for a new era: Raceway rebranded as Kevin Harvick's Kern Raceway
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- EDDIE TAFOYA JR. WINS TURKEY NIGHT GRAND PRIX HEAT BUT DROPS OUT OF QUALIFIER WITH A FLAT TIRE
(Chino, CA, November 24, 2023) Eddie Tafoya Jr. returned to the Ventura Raceway for the first time in a year and a half on Friday night for the sprint car portion of the 82nd running of the Turkey Night Grand Prix. After an impressive win in his heat race, Tafoya was knocked out of his qualifier with a flat left rear tire. A photo of Eddie Tafoya Jr. and his father Eddie Tafoya Sr. and the Specialty Fasteners' logo is attached to this release. Fresh off a trip to Las Vegas for last week's Formula 1 race, Tafoya squared off against a tough field in the sixth heat of the night. Starting from the pole on the track that is located on the beach about 70 miles north of Los Angeles, the personable Chino Hills, California driver flew into the lead at the Chris Kornder green flag. In the last half of the race, he faced a stiff challenge from the second-place car. However, he hit his marks and fought off the advances for a well-deserved win. With the addition of Inland Rigging as a sponsor for the holiday weekend race, Tafoya came back onto the 1/5 mile oval for Qualifier #4. Combined with his win in the heat, a good performance in the 12-lap race would guarantee him a spot in the dash and Saturday's A main. Tafoya was in third when disaster struck on lap two. The second-place car slid sideways and came to a stop in turn four. Tafoya had virtually nowhere to go and clipped the front of the car. Another driver, who also had nowhere to go, clobbered Tafoya and sent him onto the nose of the car that spun. Two more cars piled in and Tafoya's #51T tipped over onto its right side. When the red flag came out for the incident, Tafoya scrambled out of the cockpit as fuel was pouring from his car. Amazingly, it appeared none of the cars suffered significant damage in the tangle and all were ready for the restart. However, after bumping back off, Tafoya's left rear tire deflated and he pulled to the infield, and out of the race. What looked like a trip to the dash and guaranteed spot in Saturday's main event, has turned into Tafoya now having to contest a preliminary main and finish well to get into Saturday's Turkey Night Grand Prix finale. He and his car are capable and he is one of the favorites to transfer out of the preliminary into the A main event. After competing most of the season in the USAC National Sprint Car Series, Tafoya has honed his skill against the best and his car is top-notch. Combined, they are capable of coming through the field to compete for the victory. Spectator gates will open at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday with racing at 5:00. Advance tickets are available and advised at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/82nd-annual-turkey-night-grand-prix-tickets-629591554287?aff=oddtdtcreator. The track is located on the Ventura County Fairgrounds at 10 W. Harbor Boulevard (93001). The website is http://venturaraceway.com/ and the office phone number is (805) 648-RACE. For fans who cannot make it, the finale will be streamed live on Flo Racing. For more information or to order please visit https://www.floracing.com/. If you would like to hear the friendly driver on the Dirt Tracks and Rib Racks Podcast, please visit the following link https://open.spotify.com/episode/1Hox9dg0iRGXo0szabeqDy The Specialty Fasteners #51T team is always exploring corporate partnership opportunities. If you or your company would like to be a partner with the hard-working sprint car squad, please contact Eddie Tafoya Jr. via phone at (909) 393-3999 or by e-mail at mailto:email@example.com. He will be happy to talk to you and lay out the team's plans. Tafoya's great-looking shirts and hoodies are available online at www.specialty-fasteners.com. Tafoya has a great YouTube channel at the following link https://www.youtube.com/shorts/1hrmC5L80EU. Fans can follow Tafoya on Instagram @eddietafoya51. Tafoya and the #51T team would like to thank Specialty Fasteners, DRC Chassis, Ryder Racing Engines, Simpson Safety Products, Bell, Benic Enterprises, BR Motorsports, PSC Powder Coating, Magik Graphics, Gasper Transportation, Owen's Insurance Services, and Weld Wheels for supporting its racing program. Eddie Tafoya Jr. 2023 USAC National Sprint Car Series Schedule February 13 Volusia Speedway Park Barberville, Florida DNS February 14 Volusia Speedway Park Barberville, Florida 13th A Main February 16 Bubba Raceway Park Ocala, Florida 8th B Main February 17 Bubba Raceway Park Ocala, Florida Rained Out February 18 Bubba Raceway Park Ocala, Florida 21st A Main March 3 Central Arizona Raceway Case Grande, Arizona Rained Out March 4 Central Arizona Raceway Case Grande, Arizona Rained Out March 18 Perris Auto Speedway Perris, California 9th A Main April 1 Mohave Valley Raceway Mohave Valley, AZ 12th A Main April 15 Perris Auto Speedway Perris, California 8th A Main April 27 Rocket Raceway Park Petty, Texas Rained Out April 28 Devil's Bowl Speedway Mesquite, Texas Rained Out April 29 Devil's Bowl Speedway Mesquite, Texas Rained Out April 29 I-70 Motorsports Park Odessa, Missouri 7th A Main May 5 Eldora Speedway Rossburg, Ohio 19th A Main May 6 Eldora Speedway Rossburg, Ohio 20th A Main June 2 Knoxville Raceway Knoxville, Iowa Rained Out June 3 Knoxville Raceway Knoxville, Iowa 12th B Main July 21 Gas City I69 Speedway Gas City, Indiana 15th C Main July 22 Kokomo Speedway Kokomo, Indiana 10th C Main July 23 Lawrenceburg Speedway Lawrenceburg, Indiana 10th B Main July 24 Circle City Raceway Indianapolis, Indiana 11th B Main July 26 Terre Haute Action Track Terre Haute, Indiana 19th A Main July 27 Lincoln Park Speedway Putnamville, Indiana 18th A Main July 28 Bloomington Speedway Bloomington, Indiana 19th A Main July 29 Paragon Speedway Paragon, Indiana 20th A Main August 24 Kokomo Speedway Kokomo, Indiana 6th C Main August 25 Kokomo Speedway Kokomo, Indiana 5th C Main August 26 Kokomo Speedway Kokomo, Indiana 4th C Main September 7 Devil's Bowl Speedway Mesquite, Texas 18th A Main September 8 Texarkana 67 Speedway Texarkana, Arkansas Rained Out September 9 Texarkana 67 Speedway Texarkana, Arkansas 20th A Main September 23 Perris Auto Speedway Perris, California 18th A Main October 13 Mohave Valley Raceway Mohave Valley, Arizona 13th A Main November 3 Cocopah Speedway USAC/CRA 14th B Main This release was produced by Scott Daloisio. 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- GRANT SEXTON FINISHES SEASON AT TURKEY NIGHT GRAND PRIX - BRENT SEXTON INJURED AT PLACERVILLE
(Lakeside, CA, November 23, 2023) USAC/CRA Sprint Car Series Rookie of the Year Grant Sexton will close his 2023 season this Friday and Saturday in the 82nd running of the Turkey Night Grand Prix at the Ventura Raceway. Unfortunately, the 19-year-old's father Brent saw his season come to a premature end when he was injured in a nasty flip at the Placerville Speedway last Friday night. Attached to this release is a Doug Allen photo of Grant Sextonand the Sexton Gatlin Racing team logo. Grant, who lives in Lakeside, California, will be making his second appearance in the popular Thanksgiving weekend event. His first effort in the holiday special came last season. In that endeavor, he finished third in his heat race and fifth in his qualifier on the first night. At the Saturday finale, the well-spoken teen, who finished eighth in USAC/CRA points this year, had to race in one of the 12-lap B mains. The 2021 POWRi Southwest Lightning Sprint Car Series champion started fifth in the race and moved forward. However, it was a night where survival of the fittest was a big part of the show. Throughout the race, he maintained one of the transfer spots and seemed assured of qualifying for the finale. With a couple of laps left, two cars tangled directly in front of him in turn three. The young driver had nowhere to go and got snared into the incident ending his night. Brent's season came to a scary end in his heat race on the first night of the Hangtown 100 at Placerville last Friday. The track had been pounded by rain and it was a "Cowboy Up" surface that would bite numerous drivers throughout the night. Unfortunately, one of those drivers was Brent. He started on the pole in the second heat on the Lightning Sprint Car portion of the doubleheader show. The 50-year-old was the first to turn one, but when he got there, his car bicycled and then went into a series of violent flips. Much to the relief of the crowd on the cold night, he climbed out of the car under his own power. While he seemed uninjured, something was not right. Forty-eight hours after the crash he decided to visit the E.R. near his home. As it turned out, he broke two ribs and injured his shoulder and legs. Fortunately, the Placerville crash came three nights after Sexton, the 2022 POWRi Southwest Lightning Sprint Car Series champion, sewed up second overall in the SWLS standings with a fourth-place finish at the Bakersfield Speedway. That finish also sewed up fourth for him in the six-race Best of the West Series that matched the SWLS vs the California Lightning Sprint Cars. Earlier in the night before his fourth-place finish in the main, Sexton was the ninth-fastest qualifier in the 16-car field with a time of 13.206. He also won the second heat race. To see rising star Grant Sexton in action at the Turkey Night Grand Prix at Ventura, spectator gates will open at 3:00 p.m. each night with racing at 5:00. Advance tickets are available and advised at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/82nd-annual-turkey-night-grand-prix-tickets-629591554287?aff=oddtdtcreator. The track is located on the Ventura County Fairgrounds at 10 W. Harbor Boulevard (93001). The website is http://venturaraceway.com/ and the office phone number is (805) 648-RACE. For fans who cannot make it, both nights will be streamed live on Flo Racing. For more information or to order please visit https://www.floracing.com/. If you are looking for a top-of-the-line lightning sprint car with the best of everything, Brent has one car left. If interested, use his contact information in this release. If you or your company are interested in becoming a partner with Sexton Gatlin Racing in 2023, please call (619) 454-6945 or E-mail mailto:email@example.com or mail to. Sexton Gatlin Racing would like to thank the following companies for making the 2022 season possible. Keys Brothers, East County Electric Works, Maxima Oil, Automated Interiors, Sexton Fire Protection, BK Wings, Troy Dirt, Victory Graphix, and Swift Powdercoat. Sexton Gatlin Racing 2023 Results Brent Sexton 3-10-23 Imperial Valley Raceway POWRi Southwest Lightning 4th A Main 3-10-23 Imperial Valley Raceway POWRi Southwest Lightning 2nd A Main 4-1-23 Mohave Valley Raceway POWRi Southwest Lightning 1st A Main 4-15-23 Perris Auto Speedway POWRi Southwest Lightning 1st A Main 5-27-23 Perris Auto Speedway POWRi Southwest Lightning 2nd A Main 6-3-23 Bakersfield Speedway California Lightning Sprints 6th A Main 6-10-23 Perris Auto Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 7th A Main 6-10-23 Perris Auto Speedway PAS Senior Sprint Cars 2nd A Main 7-8-23 Barona Speedway POWRi Southwest Lightning 2nd A Main 7-15-23 Perris Auto Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 18th A Main 8-10-23 Devils Lake Raceway Minn-Kota Summer Nationals 6th A Main 8-11-23 River Cities Raceway Minn-Kota Summer Nationals 11th B Main 8-12-23 Greenbush Race Park Minn-Kota Summer Nationals 2nd A Main 8-14-23 Buffalo River Speedway Minn-Kota Summer Nationals Rained Out 8-19-23 Perris Auto Speedway POWRi Southwest Lightning Rained Out 9-23-23 Perris Auto Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 17th A Main 10-14-23 Mohave Valley Raceway POWRi Southwest Lightning Sprints 6th A Main 10-20-23 Imperial Valley Raceway POWRi Southwest Lightning Sprints 1st A Main 10-21-23 Imperial Valley Raceway POWRi Southwest Lightning Sprints 3rd A Main 11-11-23 Perris Auto Speedway POWRi Southwest Lightning Sprints 6th A Main 11-14-23 Bakersfield Speedway POWRi Southwest Lightning Sprints 4th A Main 11-17-23 Placerville Speedway California Lightning Sprints DNS Dalton Sexton 3-10-23 Imperial Valley Raceway POWRi Southwest Lightning 14th A Main 4-1-23 Mohave Valley Raceway POWRi Southwest Lightning DNS 4-15-23 Perris Auto Speedway POWRi Southwest Lightning 3rd A Main 8-22-23 Perris Auto Speedway POWRi Southwest Lightning Rained Out Grant Sexton 1-27-23 Cocopah Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 16th A Main 1-28-23 Cocopah Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars DNS 3-18-23 Perris Auto Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 19th A Main 4-1-23 Mohave Valley Raceway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 13th B Main 4-15-23 Perris Auto Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 12th A Main 4-22-23 Kings Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 7th A Main 4-29-23 Kern County Raceway Park USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 12th A Main 5-6-23 Mohave Valley Raceway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 6th A Main 5-20-23 Thunderbowl Raceway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 14th A Main 5-27-23 Perris Auto Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 9th A Main 6-10-23 Perris Auto Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 15th A Main 6-17-23 Ventura Raceway USAC West Coast Sprints 21st A Main 6-24-23 Bakersfield Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 5th A Main 7-15-23 Perris Auto Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 16th A Main 8-10-23 Devils Lake Raceway Minn-Kota Summer Nationals 6th A Main 8-11-23 River Cities Raceway Minn-Kota Summer Nationals 10th A Main 8-12-23 Greenbush Race Park Minn-Kota Summer Nationals 19th A Main 8-14-23 Buffalo River Speedway Minn-Kota Summer Nationals Rained Out 8-19-23 Perris Auto Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars Rained Out 9-23-23 Perris Auto Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 13th A Main 10-14-23 Mohave Valley Raceway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 20th A Main 10-20-23 Imperial Valley Raceway So Cal Open Comp Sprint Cars 5th A Main 11-3-23 Cocopah Speedway ASCS Sprint Cars 7th A Main 11-3-23 Cocopah Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 22nd A Main 11-4-23 Cocopah Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 15th A Main 11-11-23 Perris Auto Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 8th A Main AJ Bender 3-10-23 Imperial Valley Raceway POWRi Southwest Lightning 1st A Main 3-10-23 Imperial Valley Raceway POWRi Southwest Lightning 7th A Main 4-1-23 Mohave Valley Raceway POWRi Southwest Lightning DNS Robby Brockman 3-10-23 Imperial Valley Raceway POWRi Southwest Lightning 13th A Main 3-10-23 Imperial Valley Raceway POWRi Southwest Lightning 5th A Main 4-1-23 Mohave Valley Raceway POWRi Southwest Lightning 8th A Main Darren Brown 7-8-23 Barona Speedway POWRi Southwest Lightning 1st A Main Braden Chiaramonte 3-10-23 Imperial Valley Raceway POWRi Southwest Lightning 1st A Main 6-3-23 Bakersfield Speedway California Lightning Sprints 16th A Main Geoff Dale 5-27-23 Perris Auto Speedway POWRi Southwest 4th A Main This release was produced by Scott Daloisio. 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- INLAND RIGGING DRIVERS ROA AND DUNKEL FINISH 2023 SEASON AT THE TURKEY NIGHT GRAND PRIX AT VENTURA
(Cypress, CA, November 23, 2023) Inland Rigging drivers Brody Roa and Tommy Dunkel will wrap up their 2023 seasons this Saturday night at the historic 82nd running of the Turkey Night Grand Prix at Jim Naylor's Ventura Raceway. The two drivers will run their preliminary events on Friday night in the USAC West Coast Series. They will come back on Saturday evening for their main events. Joining the sprint cars on the two-night racing program will be the USAC National Midgets. Doug Allen Photos of Tommy Dunkel (#17A) and Brody Roa (#17R) are attached to this email. Last year before a near-capacity crowd at the Turkey Night Grand Prix, Dunkel and Roa were both in competition. However, they were not teammates on the night. Dunkel was driving his own car and Roa was driving for Central California car owner Jayson May. A year ago this weekend, Dunkel impressed the fans with an exciting display passing more experienced drivers. Starting 11th in the B main, he had to get to sixth. He did just that and earned his ticket into the finale of the sprint car portion of the TNGP. Starting on the back row in 23rd for the A main, Dunkel had to test his reflexes on several occasions in the main event in a race that sometimes looked like a free-for-all. Within the first three laps, he had moved up six spots to 17th. On the 19th lap, he was up to 15th and still moving forward. His drive included deftly avoiding a flipping car as he advanced through the field. With nine laps to go he raced into 14th. He stayed there until the last circuit when he took one more car and finished 13th. All told he passed a total of 15 cars on the night. Only two other drivers passed more. This season, Dunkel competed at Ventura more than any other racetrack. Coming into this weekend, the friendly driver has been at the racing facility six times. He finished in the top 10 four of the six. Highlighting his journeys to the track located adjacent to the beach on the Ventura County Fairgrounds was a main event victory on April 8th. He also notched second-place finishes on July 8th and September 2nd. For 2023 USAC/CRA Sprint Car Series champion Roa, it will be his first appearance at Ventura since the 81st edition of the prestigious race one year ago. On the opening night, the Garden Grove, California racer placed second in his heat and won his qualifier. He was running fourth in the dash and looked like a shoo-in for a top-four start before getting caught up in someone else's mess. Fortunately, his car was able to restart and he came from the back to finish sixth. Starting on the outside of row three in the Saturday night Finale, Roa quickly moved into fifth and was challenging for the fourth place position. However, his car was noticeably slowing. Even though his steed continued to decelerate, Roa was still in seventh late in the going. Unfortunately, an overzealous driver clobbered him from behind and knocked him out of the race with two laps remaining. Officially, he finished 17th. Earlier in 2022, Roa contested a USAC/CRA race at Ventura. On a one-lane, at the bottom track, Roa finished with a frustrating runner-up finish. While he was clearly faster than the leader, he did not want to risk getting freight-trained if he tried to drive around the outside Unlike some drivers, he raced clean and did not knock the leader out of the way. Instead, he clung to the leader's push bar and crossed the line in second. Spectator gates will open at 3:00 p.m. each night with racing at 5:00. Advance tickets are available and advised at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/82nd-annual-turkey-night-grand-prix-tickets-629591554287?aff=oddtdtcreator. The track is located on the Ventura County Fairgrounds at 10 W. Harbor Boulevard (93001). The website is http://venturaraceway.com/ and the office phone number is (805) 648-RACE. For fans who cannot make it, both nights will be streamed live on Flo Racing. For more information or to order please visit https://www.floracing.com/. Dunkel and Roa want to thank the following sponsors for making the 2023 season possible. Inland Rigging, Dunkel Farms, United Asset Sales, Osborne Speed & Machine, "Biker" Bruce Fischer, ALR Virtual Services, Burris Racing, Caltrol, Jambo Barbeque Pits, Competition Suspension, K-1 Race Gear, Molecule, Rod End Supply, Driven Racing Oil, Baldwin Filters, and NGK Spark Plugs. If you would like to be a marketing partner with the Inland Rigging Racing Team in 2024, please contact Dunkel or Roa the information at the top of this release. Brody Roa's 2023 Race Results January 27 Cocopah Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 1st A Main January 28 Cocopah Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 1st A Main February 25 Kern County Raceway Park USAC West Coast Sprint Cars Rained Out March 3 Central Arizona Raceway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars Rained Out March 4 Central Arizona Raceway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars Rained Out March 11 Imperial Valley Raceway SoCal Open Comp 17th A Main March 18 Perris Auto Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 2nd A Main March 24 Kings Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars Rained Out March 25 Thunderbowl Raceway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars Rained Out April 1 Mohave Valley Raceway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 2nd A Main April 15 Perris Auto Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 5th A Main April 22 Kings Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 1st A Main April 29 Kern County Raceway Park USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 1st A Main May 6 Mohave Valley Raceway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 1st A Main May 20 Thunderbowl Raceway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 2nd A Main May 27 Perris Auto Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 15th A Main June 10 Perris Auto Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 1st A Main June 24 Bakersfield Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 1st A Main July 15 Perris Auto Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 1st A Main August 12 Santa Maria Raceway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars Canceled August 19 Perris Auto Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars Rained Out September 7 Devils Bowl Speedway USAC National Sprint Cars 6th A Main September 8 Texarkana 67 Speedway USAC National Sprint Cars Rained Out September 9 Texarkana 67 Speedway USAC National Sprint Cars 14th A Main September 23 Perris Auto Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 2nd A Main October 14 Mohave Valley Raceway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 6th A Main October 21 Imperial Valley Raceway SoCal Open Comp 1st A Main November 3 Cocopah Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 15th A Main November 4 Cocopah Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 12th A Main November 11 Perris Auto Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 2nd A Main November 25 Ventura Raceway USAC West Coast Sprint Cars Tom Dunkel's 2023 Racing Results January 12 Chili Bowl Midget Nationals Prelim. Night 12th C Main March 11 Imperial Valley Raceway SoCal Open Comp 16th A Main April 1 Mohave Valley Raceway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 9th B Main April 8 Ventura Raceway VRA Sprint Cars 1st A Main May 6 Mohave Valley Raceway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 11th A Main May 13 Ventura Raceway USAC West Coast Sprint Cars 11th A Main June 17 Ventura Raceway USAC West Coast Sprint Cars 19th A Main June 24 Bakersfield Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 14th A Main July 8 Ventura Raceway VRA Sprint Cars 2nd A Main July 15 Perris Auto Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 8th A Main August 19 Perris Auto Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars Rained Out September 2 Ventura Raceway VRA Sprint Cars 2nd A Main September 16 Ventura Raceway USAC West Coast Sprint Cars 8th A Main October 7 Kern County Raceway Park USAC West Coast Sprint Cars 19th A Main October 14 Imperial Valley Raceway So Cal Open Comp DNS November 11 Perris Auto Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 8th B Main November 25 Ventura Raceway USAC West Coast Sprint Cars Eddie Tafoya Sr. Racing Results November 11 Perris Auto Speedway Senior Sprints 1st A Main @inlandrigging, @dunkelfarms @roygamityanauctioneer @burris_racing_usa @mikeburrisoc @csishocks @theoriginalloosebruce @alrvirtualservices @k1racegear @moleculesports @rodendsupply @baldwinfilters @ngkracing @originalngksparkplugs @usacnation @usac_cra @perrisautospeedway @b_roa91 @tai_xoxo_roa @zacboz35 @joegibb83, @caltrolinc @narc410 @drivenracingoil This release was produced by Scott Daloisio Sports (909) 226-7768 mailto:email@example.com
- Fremont Speedway to honor top 10 in division points at Dec. 3 Luncheon
FREMONT, Ohio - Fremont Speedway presented by Gill Construction will reward the top 10 in points in all three divisions for the 2023 season with a luncheon on Sunday, Dec. 3 at noon at the Moonshine Night Club, 109 S. Front Street, Fremont. The top 10 in points in the Fort Ball Pizza Palace 410 Sprints, Fremont Federal Credit Union 305 Sprints and Burmeister Trophy Dirt Trucks will receive their point fund checks and trophies. The All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads-Kistler Racing Products 410 Fremont Attica Championship Series presented by the Baumann Auto Group and the NAPA of Bryan 305 AFCS presented by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales will also hand out their awards. The luncheon is free to the top 10 drivers in 2023 points and three guests. Following is a look at the top 10 in points for 2023 at Fremont Speedway presented by Gill Construction: Fort Ball Pizza Palace 410 Sprints Champion - Cap Henry, Republic, Ohio. Cap scored the trifecta in 2023, not only winning his first ever Fremont Speedway track championship but also the championship for Attica Raceway Park and the Attica Fremont Championship Series. Cap competed in all 15 A-mains in 2023, posting an incredible six wins at Fremont Speedway to run his career total at the track to 18. Besides the wins, Cap scored four runner-up finishes; that's 10 top two finishes in 15 A-mains! His average A-main finishing position was 7th. 2nd - Travis Philo, Waterville, Ohio. Travis competed in 14 of the 15 A-mains at Fremont in 2023, missing only the All Star feature on Sept. 15. Travis scored his second career Fremont win on July 29 and recorded eight top five finishes and 12 top 10 runs. His average A-main finishing position was 6th. 3rd - Stuart Brubaker, Fremont, Ohio. Fremont's 2008, 2010 and 2011 305 track champion competed in all 15 A-mains at the track in 2023. He scored his eighth career Fremont feature win on Aug. 4 and recorded seven top five finishes and 11 top 10 runs. His average A-main finishing position was 9th. 4th - Byron Reed, Monclova, Ohio. Fremont's 2003, 2007, 2008, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017 410 track champion competed in all 15 A-mains in 2023. He posted four top five finishes including a season-best runner-up on closing night to wrap up his outstanding driving career. Byron had 12 top 10 finishes on route to an average A-main finishing position of 8th. 5th - Chris Andrews, Huron, Ohio. Chris competed in 13 of the 15 A-mains at Fremont in 2023, missing only a pair of All Star features. He posted three top five finishes including a season best fourth on opening night. Chris recorded six top 10 finishes on route to an average A-main finishing position of 13th. 6th - Zeth Sabo, Fremont, Ohio. Zeth competed in 13 of the 15 A-mains at Fremont in 2023. He racked up five top five finishes including a season best runner-up on Aug. 4. He notched seven top 10 finishes on route to an average A-main finishing position of 11th. 7th - TJ Michael, Plano, Texas. TJ competed in 11 of the 15 A-mains at Fremont in 2023, recording seven top 10 finishes including a pair of season best third place finishes (May 6 and Sept. 23). His average A-main finishing position was 11th. 8th - Bryce Lucius, Findlay, Ohio. Fremont's 410 sprint rookie of the year competed in 13 of the 15 A-mains in 2023, missing only the June 24 and Sept. 23 events. His posted six top 10 finishes including a season best pair of fourth place runs (May 13 and Sept. 9). His average A-main finishing position was 12th. 9th - Jerry Dahms, Fremont, Ohio. Jerry battled in eight of the 15 A-mains in 2023, posting a season best 14th place finish on July 29. His average A-main finishing position was 17th. 10th - Larry Kingseed Jr., Castalia, Ohio. Larry competed in nine of the 15 A-mains in 2023, posting season best runner-up finish on Sept. 9. His average A-main finishing position was 14th. Fremont Federal Credit Union 305 Sprints Champion - Paul Weaver, Fremont, Ohio. Fremont's 2005, 2006, 2020 and 2023 track champion in the 305 sprints, earned his fifth track title by racking up seven A-main feature wins in 15 A-main starts. Weaver took over the top spot on the track's all-time win list and now has 78 career feature victories at Fremont Speedway. Other than a 20th place finish on Sept. 9, Paul never finished out of the top six all season, posting 13 top five finishes. His average A-main finishing position was an outstanding fourth. 2nd - Jamie Miller, Fremont, Ohio. Fremont's 2022 dirt truck track champion competed in all 15 305 sprint A-mains in 2023. Jamie posted feature wins on May 6, May 27 and Sept. 16 to run his career total to 44 at the track, placing him 10th on the all-time win list. Jamie scored nine top five finishes and 13 top 10 finishes. His average A-main finishing position was a remarkable fifth. 3rd - John Ivy, Fremont, Ohio. Fremont's 2001, 2002 and 2004 410 sprint champion, 2013 dirt truck champion and 1994, 2013, 2018 and 2019 305 sprint champion competed in all 15 A-mains in 2023. John scored his 61st career Fremont feature win on Sept. 9 placing him fifth on the track's all-time win list. He racked up nine top five finishes and 12 top 10 finishes on route to an average A-main finishing position of sixth. 4th- Kody Brewer, Risingsun, Ohio. Kody battled in all 15 A-mains in 2023, posting 11 top 10 finishes including a season best runner-up on June 10. His average A-main finishing position was ninth. 5th - Dustin Stroup, Fremont, Ohio. Dustin competed in 14 of the 15 A-mains in 2023, missing only the June 24 event. He scored six top finishes including his ninth career Fremont win on May 20. Dustin had 12 top 10 place finishes and had an average A-main finishing position of sixth. 6th - Kasey Ziebold, Tiffin, Ohio. Kasey raced in 14 of the 15 A-mains in 2023, missing only the fair race on Aug. 21. She recorded six top 10 finishes including a season best runner-up on Sept. 9. Her average A-main finishing position was 11th. 7th - Blayne Keckler, Fremont, Ohio. Fremont's 2023 rookie of the year for the 305 sprints competed in 12 of the 15 A-mains in 2023. He posted a season best 11th place finish on Sept. 23. Blayne's average A-main finishing position was 16th. 8th - Lee Sommers, Fremont, Ohio. Lee battled in 12 of the 15 A-mains in 2023, recording a season-best ninth on Sept. 9. His average A-main finishing position was 16th. 9th - Tyler Schiets, Fremont, Ohio. Tyler competed in nine of the 15 A-mains in 2023, scoring a season best finish of 10th on Sept. 23. His average A-main finishing position was 14th. 10th - Shawn Valenti, Fostoria, Ohio. Fremont's 2014, 2019, 2020, 2021 dirt truck track champion battled in 13 of the 15 A-mains in 2023, missing only May 20 and Aug. 4 events. Shawn scored seven top 10 finishes including a season best third on Aug. 5. His average A-main finishing position was 11th. Burmeister Trophy Dirt Trucks Champion - Corey McCaughey, Toledo, Ohio. In wrapping up his first ever Fremont track title, Cory battled in 12 of the 13 A-mains in 2023, missing only the season ending stock-truck battle that he helped promote. Other than a mechanical issue that had him finish 18th on Aug. 4, Corey never finished out of the top five all season. He record his eighth career Fremont Speedway win on Aug. 5 to go with three second place runs and four third place showings - he finished on the podium in eight of the 12 features he competed in and had an average A-main finishing position of 4th. 2nd - Dustin Keegan, Fremont, Ohio. Fremont Speedway's 2017 truck champion and 2018 limited late model champion battled in all 13 A-mains in 2023. Dustin racked up seven top five finishes including his ninth career Fremont feature win on June 17. Dustin had 11 top 10 finishes on route to an average A-main finishing position of 7th. 3rd - Keith Sorg, Fremont, Ohio. Fremont's 2016 and 2018 truck champion battled in all 13 A-mains in 2023. He scored back-to-back wins on Sept. 15 and Sept. 23 to run his career total at the track to seven. He posted six top five finishes and 11 top 10 runs. His average A-main finishing position was 6th. 4th - Dana Fry, Green Springs, Ohio. Dana competed in 12 of the 13 A-mains, missing only the Oct. 6 final event. He never finished out of the top 11 all season including five top five finishes and a season best pair of runner-up scores (June 3 and Aug. 4). His average A-main finishing position was 6th. 5th - Dave Gumby Jr., Ottawa Lake, Mich. Gumby battled in 11 of the 13 A-mains, missing only the Sept. 9 and Oct. 6 events. He scored wins on May 20, June 3 and Aug. 4 to run his Fremont career total to five. Dave racked up eight top five finishes on route to an average A-main finishing position of 6th. 6th - Jamie Miller, Fremont, Ohio. Fremont's 2022 truck champion competed in 12 of the 13 A-mains in 2023, missing only the Sept. 23 event. He scored three wins in 2023 (May 13, July 22 and Sept. 9) to run his career total at Fremont to 44, placing him 10th on the track's all-time win list. Jamie had seven top 10 finishes and an average A-main finishing position of 8th. 7th - Brad Mitten, Fremont, Ohio. Brad battled in 12 of the 13 A-mains in 2023, missing only the Oct. 6 event. He scored eight top 10 finishes including a season best pair of fourth place runs. His average A-main finishing position was 9th. 8th - Brad Stuckey, Tiffin, Ohio. Brad competed in 10 of the 13 A-mains in 2023, posting four top 10 finishes including a season best pair of eighth place runs. His average A-main finishing position was 12th. 9th- Jarel Perry, Clyde, Ohio. Jarel "Butch Latte" competed in 12 of the 13 A-mains in 2023, missing only the July 22 event. He posted three season best 10th place finishes on route to an average A-main finishing position of 14th. 10th - Todd Warnick, Bettsville, Ohio. Todd competed in 10 of the 13 A-mains in 2023, posting a pair of top 10 finishes including a season best ninth on May 20. His average A-main finishing position was 14th. Keep up to date with Fremont Speedway by going to www.fremontohspeedway.com or on Facebook at www.facebook/FremontSpeedway or on Twitter at https://twitter.com/FremontSpeedway. 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- BRADEN CHIARAMONTE CLOSES 2023 OUTDOOR SEASON THIS WEEK AT MERCED AND THE TURKEY NIGHT GRAND PRIX
(El Cajon, CA, November 20, 2023) Rising open-wheel star Brayden Chiaramonte will close the outdoor portion of his 2023 racing schedule this week with races at the Merced Speedway Tuesday and Wednesday, November 21st and 22nd, and Saturday at the Ventura Raceway in the 82nd running of the Turkey Night Grand Prix. All three shows will see the talented driver competing in Matt Streeter's fast #14 USAC Midget. The teenage driver enters the final week of USAC competition after competing in the USAC National Midget Series races last Tuesday at the Bakersfield Speedway and Friday in the Hangtown 100 at the Placerville Speedway. Bakersfield Speedway, November 14th Thirty-six UASC National Midgets showed up at the Bakersfield for the first of six races in California. Making his first appearance in a midget in 10 months dating back to the Chili Bowl Midget Nationals in Oklahoma, Chiaramonte came out flying in qualifying. The 16-year-old from El Cajon, California turned in a lap of 12.900. That was good for the 11th fastest time in the 36-car star-laden field. Chiaramonte found himself outside row two in the third heat race. Running in the top four most of the way, he was clearly one of the fastest cars in the group. However, a late-race stop sent him to the back of the pack for a restart. He fought his way past one car when the race went back to green but time ran out and he finished eighth. That meant he had to contest the 12-lap B main. In a hard-fought, 16-car, star-filled B, Chiaramonte ended up seventh, missing a transfer to the A main by one position. PLACERVILLE SPEEDWAY, NOVEMBER 17th Chiaramonte and his team journeyed 300 miles north from Bakersfield to Placerville for Friday's opening night of the Hangtown 100. Before they got there, the track had been pounded by rain. The track staff did a stellar job getting the track good enough to race on. Qualifying was split up by heat race groups and Chiaramonte was third fastest in his group of nine cars with a lap of 12.407. That was good for the 17th-best time of the 36 cars on hand. While the track crew got the clay surface raceable, the rain made for technical, "cowboy up" conditions. With drizzle hitting the track for his heat, Chiaramonte started sixth. Unfortunately, a car spun to a stop in turn four in front of him on lap one. With nowhere to go, he nearly got past the stopped car, but nicked it with his right rear. The yellow for the spinner necessitated a complete restart. Battling for the fourth and final transfer spot, track conditions saw him bicycle in turn three with two laps to go. He quickly recovered but slipped back to sixth. That is where he finished and it forced him to contest the B main. Starting on the pole in the B, Chiaramonte tamed the track and led the first two circuits before slipping back to second on lap three. Going into turn one on the fourth go around, the new leader got upside down bringing out a red flag. Simultaneously, the heavens opened up again and saturated the track. By the time the rain stopped and the track crew had worked the surface back in, the action had been delayed for 45 minutes. When racing resumed, Chiaramonte started first and kept the black #14 in front over the final nine laps for the victory and his ticket into the main event. He started 20th in the 30-lap main event that went green to checkers without a caution or a red flag. The final rain made the track hard to pass on and the young driver ended up 22nd in the main event. Chiaramonte will conclude the outdoor portion of his season this Friday and Saturday in the 82nd Running of the Turkey Night Grand Prix at Jim Naylor's Ventura Raceway. Friday will be practice for the USAC National Midgets with their racing on Saturday. Advance tickets are available and advised at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/82nd-annual-turkey-night-grand-prix-tickets-629591554287?aff=oddtdtcreator. Gates will open at 3:00 p.m. each day. The track is located on the Ventura County Fairgrounds at 10 W. Harbor Boulevard (93001). The website is http://venturaraceway.com/ and the office phone number is (805) 648-RACE. For fans who cannot make it, both nights will be streamed live on Flo Racing. For more information or to order please visit https://www.floracing.com/. Chiaramonte would like to thank all his sponsors who have made his racing efforts possible. RTL Traffic Control, AM Ortega, Hyper Racing, Chop Design, Adams Motors, Hacienda Casa Blanca Fine Mexican Dining, Evil Plus Injection, King Racing Products, Tiner-Hirst Enterprises, and Keizer Wheels. Chiaramonte and his team are in the midst of a busy racing season. 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Braden Chiaramonte 2023 Results January 13 Tulsa SageNet Center Chili Bowl Midget Nationals 14th A Main January 14 Tulsa SageNet Center Chili Bowl Midget Nationals 12th C Main March 11 Imperial Valley Raceway So Cal Non Wing Open Comp Sprints 9th A Main March 11 Imperial Valley Raceway Best of the West Lightning Sprints #2 1st A Main March 18 Perris Auto Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 16th A Main March 24 Placerville Speedway Sprint Car Challenge Tour 10th B Main April 1 Mohave Valley Raceway USAC/CRA Sprint Car DNS April 8 Adobe Mountain Speedway 600 Outlaw Winged Micro 1st A Main April 21 Adobe Mountain Speedway 600 Outlaw Non Wing Micro 6th A Main April 22 Adobe Mountain Speedway 600 Outlaw Winged Micro 1st A Main May 11 US 24 Raceway All Transportation A Wingless Clash 5th Qualifier May 12 US 24 Raceway All Transportation A Wingless Clash 10th A Main May 13 US 24 Raceway All Transportation A Wingless Clash 15th Qualifier May 19 Kings Auto Raceway At Plaza Park 600 Non Wing Micro 4th A Main May 20 Thunderbowl Raceway Kings of Thunder 360 Sprint Cars 7th A Main June 3 Bakersfield Speedway California Lightning Sprints 16th A Main June 23 Delta Speedway 600 Non Wing Micro 5th A Main June 24 Delta Speedway 600 Non Wing Micro 21st A Main July 7 Ocean Speedway Taco Bravo 360 Sprints DNS July 15 Perris Auto Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 20th A Main July 22 Deuce of Clubs Thunder Raceway Open 360 Sprint Cars 12th A Main August 5 Placerville Speedway Winged 360 Sprint Cars 12th A Main August 25 Silver Dollar Speedway Winged 360 Sprint Cars 10th A Main September 7 Sweet Springs Motorplex 600cc POWRi Non Wing Micros 7th A Main September 8 Sweet Springs Motorplex 600cc POWRi Non Wing Micros 24th A Main September 9 Sweet Springs Motorplex 600cc POWRi Non Wing Micros 24th A Main September 22 Lil Texas Motor Speedway 600cc POWRi Non Wing Micros 1st A Main September 23 Lil Texas Motor Speedway 600cc POWRi Non Wing Micros 2nd A Main September 28 US 24 Raceway 600cc Non Wings Micros 8th A Main September 29 US 24 Raceway 600cc Winged Micros 8th Qualifier September 30 US 24 Raceway 600cc Winged Micros 19th A Main September 30 US 24 Raceway 600cc Non Winged Micros 6th Qualifier October 14 Mohave Valley Raceway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 4th A Main October 19 Port City Raceway 600cc Non Wing Micro 6th A Main October 21 Port City Raceway 600cc Non Wing Micro 9th B Main November 3 Cocopah Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars DNS November 4 Cocopah Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 5th A Main November 14 Bakersfield Speedway USAC National Midgets 7th B Main November 17 Placerville Speedway USAC National Midgets 22nd A Main This release was produced by Scott Daloisio. 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