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Dover Dazzles ASCS Midwest at U.S. 36

Dover Dazzles ASCS Midwest at U.S. 36

6/19/2010
Lonnie Wheatley, CAMERON, Mo. (June 18, 2010) – Jack Dover nabbed his second American Sprint Car Series Midwest feature win of the year by topping Friday night’s 25-lap feature event atop the high-banked U.S. 36 Raceway clay oval. Dover outdueled Bronson Maeschen over the race’s mid-stages and then held off a late charge from Jonathan Cornell to take the victory aboard the Shaver-powered 3D Auto Transport No. 53 Eagle. Dover beat Cornell to the stripe, with midget ace Mike Hess claiming the...more
Stewart Friesen Soars to First Sprint Win in ASCS

Stewart Friesen Soars to First Sprint Win in ASCS...

6/19/2010
Rich Vleck, RANSOMVILLE, N.Y. (June 18, 2010) - Stewart Friesen had only made one start in a modified at his family-owned Ransomville Speedway this season, but brought home the win in the 50 lapper. That track experience, along with plenty more, proved to be the overwhelming variable needed to score his first sprint car win. Friesen, from Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, dominated the 25-lap A-Verdi A-Main in his first career ASCS Patriot Start. Driving Doug Emery’s Patterson Motorsports No....more
Jason Johnson Tops ASCS Red River Challenge Opener

Jason Johnson Tops ASCS Red River Challenge Opener...

6/19/2010
Lonnie Wheatley, MESQUITE, Texas (June 18, 2010) – Louisiana’s Jason Johnson racked up another win by wiring the field in the opening leg of the American Sprint Car Series Red River Challenge on Friday night at the Devil’s Bowl Speedway. Johnson gunned into the lead from the pole position and led the entire 30-lap distance to take the $2,000 winner’s share in the ASCS Lone Star vs. Sooner main event aboard the Don Ott-powered Haynes/Pope Transportation No. 41 Maxim. Johnson’s fifth overall...more
Ballou Blasts TNT at Creek County!

Ballou Blasts TNT at Creek County!

6/19/2010
Lonnie Wheatley, SAPULPA, Okla. (June 18, 2010) – Robert Ballou bagged his eighth career Lucas Oil Sprint Bandits Tour ‘N Topless feature victory in convincing fashion by racing to victory lane in Friday night’s 30-lap main event at Creek County Speedway. The Rocklin, CA, native battled past early pacesetter Gary Taylor by the eighth round and checked out over the final 20 circuits to secure his second TNT win of the year aboard Dallas Mulvaney’s MPHG Promotions No. 81 in the feature event...more
Long Completes ASCS SOD Weekend Sweep at I-96

Long Completes ASCS SOD Weekend Sweep at I-96

6/19/2010
T.J. Buffenbarger, LAKE ODESSA, Mich. (June 19, 2010) – Darren Long completed the first weekend sweep of his career Saturday night by winning the Engine Pro ASCS Sprints on Dirt presented by ARP feature at I-96 Speedway. Long followed his Friday win at Cherry Raceway by once again starting on the pole and leading every lap at I-96 in the J.G. Motorsports Gaerte chassis and engine. “It feels great to finally pull off winning two in the same weekend,” said Long in victory lane. “I just tried...more
Hodges Leads ASCS Rocky Mountain Region to Sweetwa

Hodges Leads ASCS Rocky Mountain Region to Sweetwa...

6/15/2010
Lonnie Wheatley, TULSA, Okla. (June 14, 2010) – Just over one year ago, Joshua Hodges became the youngest feature winner in American Sprint Car Series history by topping an ASCS Rocky Mountain main event at Sweetwater Speedway in Rock Springs, WY, less than five months past his 14th birthday Now, a year later, Hodges leads the ASCS Rocky Mountain Region into the first of two scheduled events at Sweetwater Speedway with this Saturday night’s card in Rock Springs. And, he does it with his second...more
ASCS Patriots Get Set for a Western NY Weekend

ASCS Patriots Get Set for a Western NY Weekend

6/15/2010
Rich Vleck, TULSA, Okla. (June 14, 2010) - The ASCS Patriot Region returns to New York State this weekend after a month spent skirting around it and return to some of the first tracks to every host an event for the series. This Friday, the Patriots will return to the Ransomville Speedway after a year hiatus from the 4/10-mile oval north of Buffalo. For the first time, it will be an A-Verdi Storage Containers King of Upstate New York event. The track holds the unique status of being the only...more
Devil’s Bowl Hosts ASCS Red River Shootout this We

Devil’s Bowl Hosts ASCS Red River Shootout this We...

6/15/2010
Lonnie Wheatley, TULSA, Okla. (June 14, 2010) – The ½-mile Devil’s Bowl Speedway clay oval in Mesquite, TX, has hosted plenty of classic Sprint Car events during its storied history. This weekend will likely just add to Devil’s Bowl lore, as the American Sprint Car Series Lone Star and Sooner Regions clash in Mesquite, TX, for two full nights of action on Friday and Saturday. Both nights of ASCS Lone Star vs. Sooner competition will offer up a $2,000 winner’s share and a minimum of $300 to...more
ASCS Gulf South Set for GTRP-HRP Double

ASCS Gulf South Set for GTRP-HRP Double

6/15/2010
Lonnie Wheatley, TULSA, Okla. (June 14, 2010) – After a pair of idle weekend to regroup after a Memorial Day triple, the ASCS Gulf South Region fires back to action with the second of three scheduled Golden Triangle Raceway Park – Houston Raceway Park weekend doubles. On Friday night, the series makes its third stop of the year at Beaumont’s Golden Triangle Raceway Park before moving on to Baytown’s Houston Raceway Park on Saturday night for a $3,000 to win tilt. Riding the strength of six...more
Gary Taylor Lights Up ASCS Northwest on a Sunday N

Gary Taylor Lights Up ASCS Northwest on a Sunday N...

6/15/2010
Lonnie Wheatley, GREAT FALLS, Mont. (June 13, 2010) – Gary Taylor made the trip from Oklahoma to Montana well worthwhile with a triumphant return to American Sprint Car Series victory lane after topping Sunday night’s 30-lap ASCS Northwest main event at Electric City Speedway. The Washington state native now residing in Tulsa, OK, earned this one as well, battling past both Jason Solwold and Roger Crockett to take the top spot in Nubby Peterson’s Ostrich-powered Apple Valley Backhoe No. 23n...more