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UMSS Micro Season Opener At SCVR D

UMSS Micro Season Opener At SCVR D...

Adverse weather throughout the month of April with continued rain and snowfall have forced the Upper Midwest Sprintcar Series (UMSS) to push back the season opening weekend for all divisions to May 3-4. Ron Bernhagen, UMSS CDO and co-owner of the St. Croix Valley Raceway (SCVR), had remained optimistic early in April, but as the cold/wet weather continued day after day, it soon became apparent that the season opener scheduled for all three UMSS divisions on April 26...more
Sampair Gets First Win

Sampair Gets First Win

At last it was opening night for the UMSS Micro Sprint Division at the St. Croix Valley Raceway on May 24. Six micros were on hand. Ty Sampair from Somerset ruled the roost for the main event. Sampair started on the pole and stretched his lead on each of the feature’s twelve laps, eventually finishing a half lap in front of Collin Olson, Allison Berger, Sandy Traaseth, Doug Kensy and Tim Christianson. Race Results - May 24, 2013 St. Croix Valley Raceway: UMSS Micro...more
Victorious at 141 Speedway!!

Victorious at 141 Speedway!!

Bristol, WI – May 30, 2013. Bill Balog and the B2 Motorsports Team had a double-header of sprint car racing planned this past weekend, but a call mid-week changed those plans. Instead, Bill would run the Lein Acres #2 midget Saturday night at Angel Park Speedway in Sun Prairie, WI and then back into the 17B sprint car on Sunday at 141 Speedway in Francis Creek, WI. Bill would be the 8th car to qualify on Saturday night and would hold the top qualifying position until...more
Six Drivers Take Checkers at Memor

Six Drivers Take Checkers at Memor...

Brandon, SD (5-27-13) – Terry McCarl inherited the lead on lap 9 when early leader Derrik Lusk tangled with a lapped car and crashed, then held off a hard-charging Mark Dobmeier and scored the Outlaw Sprint win Sunday night at Huset's Speedway. Dobmeier finished 2nd ahead of Austin McCarl and Lucas Wolfe. For the 2nd time in as many races, Dusty Ballenger took the win in the Coffee Cup Fuel Stops Championship Sprint main event. Brandon Buysse raced unchallenged to win...more
Allison Berger With First Micro Sp

Allison Berger With First Micro Sp...

Allison Berger took over the top spot from Bryan Patrick with less than two laps remaining and went on the record her first-ever UMSS micro sprint feature win and her first at the St. Croix Valley Raceway on Friday night July 12. Berger defeated Ty Sampair, Patrick, Steve Polhill and Grant McIntosh. Sandy Traaseth finished sixth while Tony Duran and Collin Olson dropped out of the race. Ty Sampair led the first two laps before being involved in an incident in turn...more
Duran Doubles Up At SCVR July 5

Duran Doubles Up At SCVR July 5

The UMSS Micro Sprints attacked the quarter mile SCVR oval on Friday night July 5, with heat race winner Ty Sampeir and runner-up and Tony Duran setting the pace. After leading most of the heat race, Duran blasted to the point on the high side and set sail into the night for the 12 lap feature, leaving Sampair and Colin Olson to give chase. Duran maintained a comfortable margin throughout for the win, with Olson edging Sampair at the line for second. Allison Berger...more
Collin Olson Claims First Micro Wi

Collin Olson Claims First Micro Wi...

At the Dawg Days special Thursday night show, attrition was the unfortunate theme in the UMSS Micro Sprints in an already light field of five cars for the week-night race. Multiple feature winner Ty Sampair was the early leader from the outside pole, feeling pressure from Tony Duran. But within a span of two laps, Duran, Brian Patrick, Sampair and last week’s winner Allison Berger all dropped out of the event for various reasons, leaving just Collin Olson running...more
Gunderson Grabs First UMSS Micro W

Gunderson Grabs First UMSS Micro W...

The UMSS Micro sprints saw the second visit of the summer from an old friend as Greg Gunderson, who dominated the division at times last summer, made the six hour trek from South Dakota to The Valley on Friday August 9. After taking a nasty spill a week ago, Ty Sampair was looking for a triumphant clean-sweep come back from his pole starting position with Bryan Patrick starting on the outside. Sampair looked strong from the start, snatching the early lead with...more
Patrick Races To First UMSS Micro

Patrick Races To First UMSS Micro...

The fireworks weren’t just contained to the skies at the St. Croix Valley raceway on Friday August 2 unfortunately for UMSS Micro Sprint racer Ty Sampair. Heat race winner Collin Olson and Sampair led the Micros to green and Olson took the point looking for his second win of the season, followed closely be Sampair. As Bryan Patrick, Allison Berger, Grant McIntosh and Sandy Traaseth spread out around the track, Sampair chased Olson continuously, never more than a...more
Sampair Tops Micros at Grams Memor

Sampair Tops Micros at Grams Memor...

The first of three UMSS divisions to compete on Friday evening July 26 during the Dan Grams Memorial were the Micro Sprints with Bryan Patrick and July 13 winner Allison Berger on the front row. Quickly vaulting from row three to the point was soon to be three-time winner Ty Sampair in his #64 micro, and once there, Sampair was determined to stay there after failing to complete the heat race while leading in the early going. Fourth-starting Collin Olson was closely...more
Roger Iles Memorial and Kenosha Co

Roger Iles Memorial and Kenosha Co...

Bristol, WI – August 22 2013. This past weekend Bill and the B2 Motorsports team headed south to the Wisconsin/Illinois border for a double header at the Wilmot Raceway in Wilmot, WI for the Kenosha County Fair races and the Roger Iles Memorial. The night start off on Friday night with engine issues after laying down the 5th fastest lap of 31 cars on hand. With a bad vibration coming from the engine, the team put a fresh bullet between the frame rails in time for...more
Win #14 at Plymouth and Two Top-10

Win #14 at Plymouth and Two Top-10...

Bristol, WI – September 4, 2013. Another fair race was up next for Bill and the B2 Motorsports Team as they headed to Plymouth, WI to the Sheboygan County Fairgrounds this past Friday night. Thirty-one cars checked into the quarter-mile bullring. Bill would lay down the 4th quickest lap setting him up with a 5th place starting position in the 1st heat race. Bill wasted little time at the drop of the green as he made his way to the front getting by the #4K of Kris...more
The PRI show sure helped to beat t

The PRI show sure helped to beat t...

All the cold and the snow couldn't keep people away from the PRI show in Indianapolis, IN. I wanted so bad to go during the week, but you have to pay the racing bill by doing something. So while people kept tweeting and posting on Facebook, I sat patiently doing my job. Thankfully the roads were good and I cruised on over to the convention center on Saturday, December 14, 2013. It was amazing to see all the go fast parts in one place! Now back to the job and if...more
Schuett Racing heads to Tulsa, Okl

Schuett Racing heads to Tulsa, Okl...

Philo, IL- Kyle Schuett piloting the Illiana Insurance Agency sponsored, Boss Chassis 9K will be competing in the 2013 Tulsa Shootout presented by Speedway Motors in Tulsa, Oklahoma. With a record 998 entries last year, Schuett will race in the winged outlaw and non-winged outlaw divisions. The Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout will begin Wednesday, January 1, 2014 with practice in the morning followed by heat races in the evening. Racing will continue through the rest...more
UMSS Micro Sprints Ready To Start

UMSS Micro Sprints Ready To Start...

As the long winter days begin to grow shorter and the sun warms the ground, thoughts turn to the upcoming racing season. For the UMSS Micro Sprints, 2014 marks their third season of competition. The micros race for UMSS points exclusively at the St. Croix Valley Raceway on Friday nights. The micros do make several appearances at the CLS Arena on the indoor track, but those events are not sanctioned. The 2014 UMSS Micro Sprint schedule currently has 19 dates. ...more
Patrick Picks Up Second Win In Aug

Patrick Picks Up Second Win In Aug...

In the final event of the season, Jeremy Brake and Allison Berger paced the UMSS Micro Sprint field; with heat race winner and season champion Ty Sampair blasting from fourth to second at the start. Berger was being chased by Sampair when Sampair’s #64 suffered a breakdown, ending his night. Sampair’s exit opened the door for Bryan Patrick to take up the challenge of Berger and the two set out on a slicing and dicing tango for the lead. With only a handful of laps...more
Gunderson Goes Two For Two In Augu

Gunderson Goes Two For Two In Augu...

It was SCVR season championship night, as the track point titles would be determined on this night. Greg Gunderson was a little too eager at the start of the UMSS Micro Sprint feature, the outside front row starter jumped the start and was docked two rows, restarting on the outside of row three, moving track champion Ty Sampair up alongside of Bryan Patrick to start the race. Gunderson’s penalty was of little consequence – after a brief three-wide display with Patrick...more
Collin Olson Cruises To Second UMS

Collin Olson Cruises To Second UMS...

Collin Olson held off Ty Sampair on Kouba Memorial Night at the St. Croix Valley Raceway en route to his second win of the season. Olson locked up the 2014 UMSS Rookie of the Year title in the process. Tony Duran, Bryan Patrick and Grant McIntosh completed the top five. A Feature (12 laps) Presented by Somerset Auto Salvage Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 4 Collin Olson Hugo, MN 88 2 2 Ty Sampair Somerset, WI 64 3 3 Tony Duran South St. Paul, MN 77 4 1 Bryan Patrick...more
Val Urman Earns First UMSS Micro W

Val Urman Earns First UMSS Micro W...

St. Croix Valley Raceway finally kicked off their season Friday night May 16 under mostly cloudy skies and windy, chilly conditions, but the drivers and fans who braved the elements were rewarded with some fantastic opening night racing. The UMSS Micro sprints saw reigning champion Ty Sampair trying to do something that hasn’t been accomplished in years at The Valley – best "Silent Thunder" Greg Gunderson in a micro. Gunderson has won virtually every race he has...more
Gunderson Tops Micros At Tabor Mem

Gunderson Tops Micros At Tabor Mem...

What a difference a week makes. After shivering through a frigid and blustery season opener last weekend, fans at St. Croix Valley Raceway enjoyed perfect weather conditions for Friday night’s Davey Tabor Memorial. The UMSS Micro sprints, while still sporting small fields, turned in yet another lightening quick and thrilling feature race. Jack Berger led early from his outside front row starting spot, but reigning series champion Ty Sampair slipped under Berger for the...more
Val Urman Races To Second SCVR Mic

Val Urman Races To Second SCVR Mic...

Summer arrived in full force on Friday to St. Croix Valley Raceway, and the hot weather brought hot racing action as well. Val Urman managed a feat not witnessed at The Valley since…well no one is quite sure. Greg “Silent Thunder” Gunderson is a semi-regular competitor in the UMSS Micro Sprint division at SCVR, and the seasoned veteran has enjoyed a remarkable streak, winning every race he’s entered, save for those he was unable to finish due to mechanical failure. ...more
Danny Clark Racing T-Shirts

Danny Clark Racing T-Shirts

The sun is shining and all I can think about is hitting the track in two days at Southern Illinois Raceway for the High Banks Hustle. Yes, Thursday is just practice, but for me it is the first time at the track they call Eldora for micro sprints. I can't wait to let it rip around the top and come flying down the banking! I received my shirts just in time for this event. I would be grateful if you could help me out by purchasing a t-shirt for $20 each. Please...more
Ty Sampair Snares First 2014 Micro

Ty Sampair Snares First 2014 Micro...

After a last minute downpour washed out the races last Friday night, fans and racers returned in droves for the re-boot of kids’ night at St. Croix Valley Raceway. With a local fire truck on hand for the kids to test out their dousing skills, and an on-track autograph session to start the show, kids and parents were entertained into the wee hours with thrilling action. The Northern Vintage Stockcar Racers joined the fun, with Greg Scheffer and Dennis Olson claiming...more
Rick Kobs Adds To Win List With Mi

Rick Kobs Adds To Win List With Mi...

Steady rains all week led up to a hot and steamy race night at St. Croix Valley Raceway on Friday. The moisture laden track hosted equally hot, fast and furious races that saw yet another new face in Victory Lane at the end of the night. In the UMSS Micro Sprints, reigning champion and last week’s winner, Ty Sampair was enjoying a vacation, yielding his #64 ride to the veteran Rick Kobs. Kobs has enjoyed a long history at The Valley, which was originally owned by his...more
Bolting to Win #4 on a Lightning F

Bolting to Win #4 on a Lightning F...

Bristol, WI – June 25, 2014. Mother Nature has been playing havoc with Wisconsin race tracks this spring and this weekend was no different. Bill and the B2 Motorsports team headed to the saturated grounds of the Oshkosh Speedzone Raceway in Oshkosh, WI this past weekend for their second visit of the season. After the team’s hauler was pulled into their pit stall, the team prepared for what looked like a heavy race track. The track crew packed the track tight...more
Jack Berger Becomes Youngest Drive

Jack Berger Becomes Youngest Drive...

In UMSS Micro Sprint competition, the youth movement got back on track Friday, with perhaps the youngest winner ever for a sanctioned race at the raceway. After taking a vacation last Friday, defending series champion Ty Sampair looked to revisit the Anderson’s Maple Syrup victory lane by vaulting almost immediately from his fourth starting position to the lead at the drop of the green for their main event. Right behind Sampair, current series points leader Val Urman...more
Back in the Saddle Again!!

Back in the Saddle Again!!

Bristol, WI – July 9, 2014. Bill Balog vacated the seat of the potent 17B sprinter this past weekend and piloted two other potent cars. Last Thursday, Bill headed to the Iowa State Fair Speedway in Des Moines, IA to pilot the Jimmy Davies #99 360 sprinter with the Sprint Invaders series. The night started off with a 2nd place run in his heat race and then followed that up by parking the #99 in victory lane after winning the Shake Up Dash. Bill would line up in the...more
Ty Sampair Picks Up Second UMSS Mi

Ty Sampair Picks Up Second UMSS Mi...

In seven events so far this summer, the UMSS Micro sprint feature has been won five times by drivers not old enough to obtain a driver’s license, and that trend continued on Friday. After eleven year old Jack Berger won his first feature last week, he and front row starting mate, fifteen year old Ty Sampair dueled for the win on Friday. With “old-timer” Shawn Kelley chasing in a distant third, Berger was throttling to keep pace with eventual winner Sampair. The...more
Kyle Schuett has strong weekend at

Kyle Schuett has strong weekend at...

Philo, IL- Kyle Schuett took the Schuett Racing Inc.- owned, Illiana Insurance Agency and Progressive Propane sponsored 9K Sawyer Chassis from 16th to fifth in the feature at Belle-Clair Speedway on July 11th. After winning the semi feature from the pole position, Kyle would maneuver his way through traffic to pick up fifth place as the checkered flag flew. Carrying momentum from the night before, Kyle would see himself starting in the ninth position for the feature...more
Ty Sampair In Photo Finish Win Ove

Ty Sampair In Photo Finish Win Ove...

The vintage cars from the Northern Vintage Stockcar Racers joined the weekly regulars at St. Croix Valley Raceway on Friday night, with Butch Bethke and Greg Scheffer winning their respective vintage feature races. Ms. St. Croix Falls and the rest of the Wannigan Days royal court was on hand to sing the national anthem as well as present winner’s trophies throughout an evening which was highlighted by a photo finish in the UMSS Micro Sprint feature between Ty Sampair...more
Three Near Wins with a Chance For

Three Near Wins with a Chance For...

Bristol, WI – July 24, 2014. Bill Balog and the B2 Motorsports team headed south to the Wisconsin/Illinois border this past Saturday for their third visit of 2014 to the Wilmot Raceway in Wilmot, WI for the 3rd Annual IRA vs. All-Stars Shootout. The night started off with a 4th place qualifying effort of the thirty-eight cars on hand. Lining up in the 6th starting position in the heat, Bill would charge his way forward for the heat race victory sending him into the...more
Childhood Dream Come True

Childhood Dream Come True

I have been very busy since that special Saturday night on June 28, 2014, when I completed a POWRi feature event at Tri-State Speedway finishing 14th. Just buying pit passes and registering to race at a track that it seems like I went to 100 times as a kid was amazing! Pulling out on the track and having really fast hot laps caused the excitement for race time to build even more because I felt like I had a chance to get a good finish. All that came crashing to a...more
Aug 3: Night of 1,000 Stars!

Aug 3: Night of 1,000 Stars!

Every class will race for at least $1,000 to win on August 3. The “Night of 1,000 Stars” event will feature the Coffee Cup Fuel Stops Championship Sprints Cars, Micro Sprints, Bolte’s Roll Off Service Street Stocks, B-Modifieds and Hobby Stocks. Every feature win on that night will pay at least $1,000, as long as the class has 15 or more entries. The Coffee Cup Fuel Stop Championship Sprint Cars will race for $1,000 to win if there is 15 cars, $1,500 to win at 20...more
Greg Gunderson Returns To SCVR, Pi

Greg Gunderson Returns To SCVR, Pi...

The Upper Midwest Sprintcar Series (UMSS) winged sprint cars invaded the St. Croix Valley Raceway on Friday night for the Dan Grams memorial. Brooke Tatnell became the first repeat winner in the winged sprint cars at The Valley this season, while Steven Johnson, Ben Kaphing, Greg Gunderson and Rob Caho Jr. all made return visits to victory lane as well. Ryan Olson picked up his first SCVR win of the season in the WISSOTA Midwest Modified division. After several weeks...more
Ty Sampair Sails to Fourth Win at

Ty Sampair Sails to Fourth Win at...

Families from all over the region simmered through the sticky late afternoon and early evening for the annual Ultimate Kids’ Night celebration at St. Croix Valley Raceway on Friday and were rewarded with a fun-filled night at the race track. Eight year old Nicole Lehnertz kicked off Ultimate Kids’ Night with her rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner, and that was just the start of the kids’ party night. Over three dozen bikes were raffled off to young fans throughout...more
Jack Berger Wins Second Micro Spri

Jack Berger Wins Second Micro Spri...

A pleasant afternoon rolled into a pleasant evening and a perfect night for racing at St. Croix Valley Raceway on Friday as the track hosted its Racing for a Cure event to raise money for the American Cancer Society (ACS). Proceeds from the 50/50 raffle were donated to the ACS; and prior to strapping in for their feature event – the UMSS Traditional Sprint Car racers climbed out of their mounts and passed their helmets through the grandstands to collect more...more
Kyle Schuett Wins at Highland Spee

Kyle Schuett Wins at Highland Spee...

Philo, IL – Kyle Schuett took home the win on Wednesday, July 23rd at the Highland County Fair Race where 24 cars entered the event. Kyle started fourth in his heat race and came across the line in first which qualified him to start the feature on the outside of the front row. Kyle took the lead on the first lap of the 20 lap event and never looked back to claim his first victory of the 2014 season. Schuett Racing then moved on to Wayne County Speedway in Wayne City,...more
More Success for Schuett Racing In

More Success for Schuett Racing In...

Philo, IL- After a two week break, Schuett Racing Inc. would head to Belle-Clair Speedway on Sunday, August 10th for the 23rd Annual Arnie Knepper Memorial. Kyle would be running both the POWRi National Midget Series in his Esslinger-powered, Spike Chassis midget and the POWRi 600cc Outlaw Micro Series in his Shively Racing Engines-powered, Sawyer Chassis micro-sprint. 34 midgets and 39 micros would enter the Arnie Knepper Memorial at Belle-Clair Speedway. This was...more
Tulsa Shootout Entries Begin Octob

Tulsa Shootout Entries Begin Octob...

TULSA, Okla. (August 18, 2014) - The Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout may be a little over three months away, but teams are already gearing up for the 30th edition of the indoor racing spectacular happening December 31, 2014 through January 3, 2015. The 2014 edition saw 926 entries among 521 drivers in eight classes of Micro and Midget Sprint Cars. Entry for the 2015 classes of Golden Driller hopefuls will begin on October 1, 2014 at 11:00 A.M. (CT). Classes for the 30th...more
Kyle Schuett Scores First Career P

Kyle Schuett Scores First Career P...

Lincoln, IL. - On Friday, August 15th, Schuett Racing Inc. took to the fast, semi-banked ¼ mile Lincoln Speedway with the #9K Illiana Insurance Agency-sponsored, Shively-powered Sawyer Chassis micro-sprint. Kyle would draw towards the back of his heat race, starting him in the 8th positon. Maneuvering through the field to finish in the 3rd position earned Kyle his first career pole for the A-Main after gathering the most passing points out of all the drivers. After...more
UMSS 2014 Awards Banquet At Hampto

UMSS 2014 Awards Banquet At Hampto...

2014 UMSS Awards Banquet At Hampton Inn (Featuring Tom Savage as the Keynote Speaker) The Upper Midwest Sprintcar Series (UMSS) has set the date for their annual awards banquet to celebrate and honor the top drivers from the 2014 winged, traditional and micro sprint series. The 2014 UMSS awards banquet will return to the same venue as last year. The banquet will move up one week earlier than in previous years and will be held on Saturday, January 10, 2015 at the...more
Gunderson Grabs Final 2014 UMSS Mi

Gunderson Grabs Final 2014 UMSS Mi...

All three UMSS divisions were on hand on Friday Spetember 5 at the St. Croix Valley Raceway for the makeup of the rained out Earl Kouba Memorial. While the Micro Sprints may have been a bit light in numbers, they had plenty of action. Defending series champion Ty Sampair showed his mettle by outlasting Greg “Silent Thunder” Gunderson in the heat race, but Gunderson triumphed later in the main event. 2014 series champion and rookie-of-the-year Jack Berger blasted to...more
Kyle Schuett runs well at 5th annu

Kyle Schuett runs well at 5th annu...

Du Quoin, IL- It was an action packed night at the Southern Illinois Center in Du Quoin, IL with a total of 59 cars showing up to run the event. Kyle would come out of the gate 8th fastest in hot laps against the stout field of cars. He would then start on pole of his heat race and after leading the first lap would cause a caution after spinning in turns 1 & 2. Kyle would make it interesting by coming all the way from 7th back up to finish in the 2nd positon in his...more
Schuett Returns from the Tulsa Sho

Schuett Returns from the Tulsa Sho...

Dupo, IL (January 8, 2015) Last week, Schuett Racing, Inc driver, Kyle Schuett made his rookie appearance at the Tulsa Shootout. What is the Tulsa Shootout and just how hard is the competition? With over 1,000 entries amongst nearly 550 drivers, the Tulsa Shootout is the micro-sprint world equivalent to the Chili Bowl Nationals. After four days of competition, every class is dwindled down to one winner of a Golden Driller trophy. Kyle entered the event in both the...more
Michael Faccinto Earns Second Care

Michael Faccinto Earns Second Care...

TULSA, OK - As he left his hometown of Hanford, California just one week ago, Michael Faccinto began the trek to Tulsa with only one thing on his mind: winning the Outlaw feature of the Tulsa Shootout. Already an A-Class champion of the prestigious event, an Outlaw victory had eluded the 24-year old veteran all until now, as after a wild 55 laps of action around the Tulsa Expo, Faccinto stood atop his CS9 Chassis victoriously in front of a capacity crowd. The long week...more
California's CS9 Chassis Set to In

California's CS9 Chassis Set to In...

HANFORD, CA - A chassis that has recently took the California coast by storm in over the last year is now set to return to the larges micro event of the year with a large slate of talented drivers. The CS9 Chassis based out of Hanford, California has seen success, domination, and victory all over the west coast this year and now prepares to bring five talented drivers to Tulsa, Oklahoma this winter. The five-car team will include four of the best California micro...more
Faccinto Guides CS9 Chassis, Facto

Faccinto Guides CS9 Chassis, Facto...

HANFORD, CA - In one of the most impressive performances turned in by a California micro sprint driver, Michael Faccinto took his CS9 Chassis No. 7J to victory lane on 12 occasions this season. The unbelievable display of domination was strong enough to earn the Hanford native three championships including being crowned the first “King of California.” It was certainly a season to remember as entering in 29 events during the 2014 season, Faccinto was able to walk out of...more
UMSS Honors Top Drivers At Banquet

UMSS Honors Top Drivers At Banquet

The Upper Midwest Sprint Car Series recently honored the top drivers from the 2014 racing season at their annual awards banquet held at the Hampton Inn in Shoreview, Minnesota. The largest turnout yet filled the banquet room to capacity. A great time was had by all, and featured guest speaker Tom Savage did an outstanding job of entertaining the crowd with various racing stories. Pictured in this photo are the top three drivers in the 2014 UMSS Micro Sprint Division...more
2014 Track championship.

2014 Track championship.

Ayrton Olsen – Picks up first win in Outlaw wing class and secures the 2014 Track championship.
Dewberry Headlines Half Dozen Winn

Dewberry Headlines Half Dozen Winn...

Despite chilly spring time temperatures courtesy a typical spring team cold front, over 110 teams gathered in southwest OKC to kick off the first night of the 14th Annual Fallen Racers Memorial. Fans that braved the elements were treated to an action packed show on good pace, as well. Keeping the draw open shortly past 6pm to allow travelers to cope with rush hour traffic typical of city sprawl, hot laps ensued with 16 heat races rung off in short order between 730 and...more
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