BOSS - Bandits Outlaw Sprint Series
Founded in 2016, the Bandits Outlaw Sprint Series (or BOSS) is an open comp winged sprint car series, thrilling fans from all across the South Central United States. Featuring unrestricted engines, producing up to 900 hp, and light weight, purpose built race cars.
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- TOMMY DUNKEL EXPERIENCES FIRST CHILI BOWL RACE AND HAS A SUCCESSFUL START AS A SPRINT CAR TEAM OWNER
(Menifee, CA, February 1, 2023) For Southern California racing aficionado Tommy Dunkel, the month of January was an extension of Christmas. To start the year, the Menifee, California racer took part in the world-famous Chili Bowl Midget Nationals in Tulsa, Oklahoma for the very first time. If that wasn't enough, he became the car owner of the USAC/CRA Sprint Car team that features star driver Brody Roa. The new owner/driver combo swept to victory in two races in Arizona at the end of the month. 301108008_8680479125302912_2804138171610849063_n.jpg Tommy Dunkel in action in the Inland Rigging #17A Sprint Car at Perris in 2022. Bobby Kimbrough photo. The Chili Bowl, which drew over 350 cars, marked Dunkel's initial time racing a midget. Widely known as the biggest midget race in the world, it matches drivers from a variety of different disciplines of racing including NASCAR, Indy Cars, NHRA, USAC Sprint Cars & Midgets, and World of Outlaws Sprint Cars. For most, including Dunkel, it is a dream to be a part of the show. He was over the moon to be a part of the program that was staged in the massive SageNet Center and was shown around the world on Flo Racing and MAVTV. Getting to race the Dunkel Farms/Inland Rigging/Osborn Speed and Machine/United Asset Sales/Southside Mowers sponsored Boss Chassis/Esslinger, Dunkel finally flew into action on night four of the six evening event (all drivers compete once in the first five days and come back for Saturday's finale). Dunkel's first race was an eight-lap heat against a tough field of drivers. Forced wide on the start, he ended up with a seventh-place finish. The heat race outcome placed Dunkel in one of the night's two C mains. The midget rookie started 14th in the rough-and-tumble affair and came home 12th. That put him in one of the very early Saturday preliminary main events and meant he would have to make more transfers than anyone in the history of the Chili Bowl to make the A main. Being a rookie along with some car issues, Dunkel knew his chances of that happening were impossible. "Our prelim was Thursday and we kind of really struggled with the car," Dunkel said. "Unfortunately, I wasn't in the best of equipment. After Thursday I just decided to sit out Saturday's alphabet soup. I really wanted to run but for some safety reasons and just not really getting the car to work for me, I decided to bow out." While he exited the event early, it does not mean Dunkel is done with midget racing. In fact, quite the contrary. The exhilaration of being a part of such a high-profile race and being on the track with superstar drivers bit him hard and he now has the itch to get back to Tulsa. In fact, he is already making plans to be a part of the show in the upcoming years. "Racing a midget was a lot different (from racing a sprint car) but I will tell you, I am hooked," Dunkel enthused about the experience. "To see a midget in the Inland Rigging stable is not too far-fetched anymore. Honestly, it will probably be just for the Chili Bowl. I can definitely see making that a yearly deal. With the sprint car thing getting as serious as it is right now, I don't know if I will have a whole lot of time to race a midget on the West Coast." "I really enjoyed it and they are a lot of fun," Dunkel continued about his first foray into the lightweight cars. "The power-to-weight ratio is pretty high on them. They are really responsive cars to drive. I enjoyed it, and it was a thrill. In my heat race, I was lined up next to Shuman (Casey Shuman). My practice session had Rico Abreu and a few other big names. It was nerve-wracking, but I had some fast guys to follow. The nerves were at a solid 10 just walking into that place. The prestige that comes with that race is huge. To be able to compete there was a pretty big milestone for me." Soon after the Chili Bowl ended, Dunkel met with veteran racer Roa and took on some more duties fielding a car for the star driver in this year's USAC/CRA Series. To say the least, they got off to a dream start when Roa swept the two opening races at Arizona's Cocopah Speedway last weekend. "We are over the top really," happy car owner Dunkel said on Sunday. "We were hoping for a decent run with a brand new car, new team, and a whole new package. To go out there and sweep the weekend was a little unexpected. We are just over the top about it."' thumbnail.jpg Brody Roa scored two wins in the Dunkel Farms #17R last week in Arizona. A.J. Johnson photo. After three weeks away from the track, Dunkel will return to action when the USAC West Coast Sprint Car Series opens its 2023 campaign on the Dirt Track at the Kern County Raceway in Bakersfield on February 25th. From that day through the first week in July, Inland Rigging cars, with Dunkel or Roa behind the wheel, will be racing every single weekend before getting a week off. Dunkel would like to thank the following for making the team's racing efforts possible. Inland Rigging, Dunkel Farms, United Asset Sales, Osborne Speed & Machine, Sander Engineering, "Biker" Bruce Fischer, ALR Virtual Services, Burris Racing, Caltrol, Competition Suspension, K-1 Race Gear, Molecule, Rod End Supply, Driven Racing Oil, Baldwin Filters, and NGK Spark Plugs. If you or your company would like to join the team for a full year of USAC Sprint Car competition in 2023, please give Tommy Dunkel a call at 951-901-5082 or send an email to mailto:TomDunkel@inlandrigging.com. Tommy Dunkel's 2023 Racing Results 1-12-23 Tulsa SageNet Center Chili Bowl Midget Nationals 12th C Main Brody Roa's 2023 Racing Results 1-27-23 Cocopah Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 1st A Main 1-28-23 Cocopah Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 1st A Main This release was produced by Scott Daloisio Sports. For more information call (909) 226-7768 or email mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
- Harriett Chancellor named Forrest Lucas Lifetime Achievement Award winner at Lucas Oil Speedway postseason banquet
OSAGE BEACH, MO. (Nov. 19, 2022) - It was a night to pay tribute to the stars of the 2022 season while also recognizing a long-time major contributor to the regional racing scene during Saturday's Lucas Oil Speedway Championship Banquet at Margaritaville Lake Resort. Harriett Chancellor, co-owner of the Midwest Late Model Racing Association for 16 years, was named the sixth recipient of the Forrest Lucas Lifetime Achievement Award for contributions to the sport on and off the track. Meanwhile, track champions in the four Big Adventure RV Weekly Racing Series divisions and the top 10 in points in each class were featured during the banquet. Track champions recognized were Dillon McCowan (Cedar Creek Beef Jerky USRA Modifieds), Kris Jackson (Ozark Golf Cars USRA B-Mods), Larry Ferris (Hermitage Lumber Late Models) and Bryan White (O'Reilly Auto Parts USRA Stock Cars). McCowan also was named Most Popular Driver, determined through fan voting, for the second straight time. Ryan Gillmore, runner-up in the B-Mod points, won Best Appearing Race Car as determined by the GS Stanek Racing Photography and speedway staff. "We're proud to recognize our track champions and top 10 in points, plus the individual award winners after another terrific season," Lucas Oil Speedway General Manager Danny Lorton said. "Congratulations to all who made it a great year and we look forward to seeing everyone in 2023." One of the highlights of the evening was the announcement of Chancellor, who along with her late husband Allen "Cowboy" Chancellor owned and operate the MLRA (Midwest Late Model Racing Association) from 1996-2012, as the Forrest Lucas Lifetime Achievement Award winner. Harriett and Allen met at the race track and purchased a Western Auto Racing parts van in the early 1980s and traveled to area tracks selling race-car parts, tires and fuel. They purchased the MLRA in 1996 and grew it into one of the nation's top regional dirt Late Model series with drivers such as Terry Phillips, Al Purkey, Bill Frye, Alan Vaughan and Billy Moyer becoming mainstays. The Chancellors were known for fairness across the board, with no favoritism and Harriett was not afraid to uphold the rules. Ernie Leftwich, who's now series director of the Lucas Oil MLRA, was a young official for the series at the time. He recalled when Frye tried to pass through tech with unapproved tires saying it was all he had available. Leftwich told Frye he would "have to take it up with the boss lady." Instead of letting it slide, Harriett sent him home as everyone was going to be treated the same. One of Harriett's biggest contributions was as a promoter and consultant to other tracks and even leasing tracks to give drivers and fans a place to enjoy the sport. Even in retirement, Harriett has remained active and not missed many nights at Lucas Oil Speedway, always willing to help in any way she can. Chancellor joins previous Forrest Lucas Lifetime Achievement Award winners Rex Merritt (2017), Jim Ruble (2018), Kevin Fletcher (2019), Kent Smith (2020) and Bill Allen (2021). Lucas Oil Speedway recently announced the 2023 tentative schedule, which includes the usual variety of motorsports on the dirt oval, drag-boat track and off-road course. The season begins with an Open Test & Tune on March 18 and the season-opener of the Big Adventure RV Weekly Racing Series is set for March 25. For information regarding gift certificates which can be used in various areas of the speedway in 2023, contact Lucas Oil Speedway Admissions Director Nichole McMillan at (417) 282-5984 or by email at nichole@LucasOilSpeedway.com. CONTACT: Danny Lorton Lucas Oil Speedway General Manager Office: (417) 282-5984 DLorton@lucasoilspeedway.com # # # Complete Lucas Oil Speedway event information, archived race recaps, previews and driver features, along with ticket information and schedules can be found by visiting LucasOilSpeedway.com. Lucas Oil Speedway is located at Highways 83 and 54 in Wheatland, Missouri. A campground with shower and bathroom facilities is also available. With its entrance located just outside the pit gate this sprawling scenic camping facility will continue to enhance the racing experience at the Diamond of Dirt Tracks. Click LucasOilSpeedway.com for more information and detailed directions to the speedway or call the Track Hotline at (417) 282-5984. The Lucas Oil Speedway EZ Texting number is (417) 804-4141. In addition, fans can get social with Lucas Oil Speedway by following @LucasSpeedway on Twitter, clicking "Like" at www.facebook.com/LucasOilSpeedway and on www.youtube.com/LucasOilSpeedway About Lucas Oil Speedway Lucas Oil Speedway is considered by fans, drivers and industry insiders to be one of the top five racing facilities in the nation. Located in Wheatland, Missouri, approximately an hour from Springfield, Missouri, and just an hour and a half from the Kansas City metro area, the "Diamond of Dirt Tracks" lives up to its title. Twenty-One VIP Luxury Suites, HD Jumbo-Tron Screen, Stadium Style Musco Sports Lighting, a Bose Sound System, Go-Kart Slick Track, The Diamond Bar, Track Treasures Gift Shop, the best track food in the country and paved pits are a few of the spectacular amenities setting the Diamond of Dirt apart. This year marks the 12th season for the Liquid Quarter Mile Drag Racing Lake, "Lake Lucas." New for 2017 was all-purpose built Off Road facility featuring a host of regional events. Lucas Oil Speedway's dirt oval track plays host to some of the largest and most-popular events in the Midwest with national and regional touring series appearing frequently including: The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, POWRi Midget National Series, Lucas Oil Pro Pulling League, United States Modified Touring Series, ASCS Sprint Cars and the Lucas Oil MLRA. In addition to the special events, the Lucas Oil Speedway Weekly Racing Series features the Late Models, USRA Modifieds, USRA Stock Cars and USRA B-Mods. 2022 Official Lucas Oil Speedway Marketing Partners Arizona Sport Shirts "The Official Merchandise Provider" of Lucas Oil Speedway Bill Roberts Chevrolet-Buick "The Official Truck" of Lucas Oil Speedway Dixie Chopper "The Official Mowers of Lucas Oil Speedway" General Tire "The Official Tire" of Lucas Oil Speedway Lucas Oil Products "The Official Oil" of Lucas Oil Speedway MAVTV "The Official Television Network" of Lucas Oil Speedway Optima Batteries "The Official Battery" of Lucas Oil Speedway Ozarks Coca-Cola/Dr. Pepper "The Official Soft Drink" of Lucas Oil Speedway RacingJunk.com "The Official Classifieds" of Lucas Oil Speedway Rugged Radios "The Official 2-Way Communications Provider" of Lucas Oil Speedway Sunoco Race Fuels "The Official Fuel" of Lucas Oil Speedway Super Clean "The Official Sponsor" of Lucas Oil Speedway 2022 Lucas Oil Speedway Supporters Include: AM Pyrotechnics, Arizona Sport Shirts, Ash Grove Aggregates, Berry Tractor and Equipment Co., Big Adventure RV, Bill Roberts Chevrolet-Buick, Bolivar Auto Sales & Detailing, Bolivar Farmers Exchange-MFA, Boone's BBQ Barn, Boubin Tire/American Racer, Branstetter & Lightfoot LLC, Bridal Cave, BWI Sanitation, Camden on the Lake Resort, Candlelight Creations-Dick's Wild Root Horseradish, Casey's, Cedar Creek Beef Jerky, Citizens Memorial Healthcare, City Magnet, Clearlight Inn, Comfort Inn-Bolivar, DirtonDirt.com, Dixie Chopper, eBay Motors, Eibach Springs, Evans Pipe & Steel Co., Farmers Insurance Agent Kristy Reynolds, Fast Shafts by Axle Exchange, Foley Equipment-Cat Rental Store, Frog Signs, Golden Valley Memorial Healthcare, Hermitage Lumber, HICKAMO Country Store, Highway 54 RV Park, Hobbytime Motorsports, Hoosier Race Tires, Impact Signs Awnings Wraps, In the Garden of Eden, Kettle Treats, Keyser Manufacturing, Kluhsman Racing Components, Kona Ice, Lucas Cattle Company, Midwest Sheet Metal, Miller Welding, Missouri Department of Tourism, Missouri Division of Tourism, MyRacePass, Nutrien Ag Solutions, OakStar Bank, O'Bannon Bank, O'Reilly Auto Parts, Ozark Golf Cars, Ozarks Coca-Cola/Dr. Pepper, Ozarks Community Health Center, PEM, Pitts Homes, Pitts Realty, Pitts Cattle, ProThings Apparel, RACEceiver, Racinboys.com, RacinDirt.com, RacingJunk.com, Rains Ice Company, Real Racing Wheels, Rod End Supply, Ron Jenkins Accounting & Tax Service, Rugged Radios, Ryan E. 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