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AMSOIL USAC NATIONAL SPRINT CAR RACE RESULTS: July 17, 2015 - Bloomington, Indiana - Bloomington Speedway - 28th "Indiana Sprint Week"

QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Brady Bacon, 69, Dynamics-10.854; 2. Chase Stockon, 32, 32TBI-10.860; 3. Kevin Thomas Jr., 17RW, Dutcher-10.938; 4. Justin Grant, 5, Baldwin-10.985; 5. Chris Windom, 21x, Pollock-10.998; 6. Robert Ballou, 12, Ballou-10.998; 7. Tyler Courtney, 4, THR/Eberhardt-11.010; 8. Aaron Farney, 15F, Farney-11.017; 9. Josh Hodges, 74x, Hodges-11.049; 10. Dave Darland, 71p, Phillips/Curb-Agajanian-11.057; 11. Chad Boespflug, 66, Amati-11.066; 12. C.J. Leary, 30, Leary-11.084; 13. Jerry Coons Jr., 10E, Edison-11.114; 14. Dakota Jackson, 3, Jackson-11.120; 15. Brent Beauchamp, 34, Olson-11.127; 16. Lee Dakus, 75, Dakus-11.151; 17. Thomas Meseraull, 39, Goodnight-11.153; 18. Jon Stanbrough, 81, Stanbrough-11.157; 19. Jake Swanson, 92, Sertich-11.175; 20. Hunter Schuerenberg, 2E, Epperson-11.209; 21. Casey Shuman, 2x, Barnhill-11.232; 22. Brady Short, 11p, Pottorff-11.249; 23. Carson Short, 21, Short-11.260; 24. Shane Cottle, 57, Hazen-11.263; 25. Nick Bilbee, 17N, Bilbee-11.311; 26. Scotty Weir, 11, Walker-11.321; 27. Max McGhee, 17, McGhee-11.324; 28. Jarett Andretti, 18, Andretti-11.327; 29. Jeff Bland, 04, Burton-11.353; 30. Chris Babcock, 35, Babcock-11.370; 31. Logan Jarrett, 29, Jarrett-11.372; 32. Kyle Wissmiller, 3x, Simmons-11.450; 33. Shelby VanGilder, 22V, VanGilder-11.499; 34. Kent Christian, 1c, Christian-11.569; 35. Robert Bell, 71, Bell-12.071; 36. Clyde Knipp, 13, Korte-NT; 37. Landon Simon, 24, LSR-NT.

FIRST HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Meseraull, 2. Coons, 3. Windom, 4. Shuman, 5. Bilbee, 6. Bacon, 7. Hodges, 8. VanGilder, 9. Bland. NT
SECOND HEAT: (10 laps) 1. B.Short, 2. Stanbrough, 3. Jackson, 4. Stockon, 5. Ballou, 6. Darland, 7. Weir, 8. Christian, 9. Babcock. NT
THIRD HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Boespflug, 2. Beauchamp, 3. C.Short, 4. Thomas, 5. McGhee, 6. Courtney, 7. Swanson, 8. Jarrett, 9 .Bell. NT
FOURTH HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Cottle, 2. Grant, 3. Leary, 4. Farney, 5. Schuerenberg, 6. Knipp, 7. Dakus, 8. Andretti, 9. K.Wissmiller. NT

SEMI: (12 laps) 1. Ballou, 2. Bacon, 3. Darland, 4. Hodges, 5. Schuerenberg, 6. Courtney, 7. McGhee, 8. Weir, 9. Bland, 10. Babcock, 11. Christian, 12. K.Wissmiller, 13. Swanson, 14. Knipp, 15. VanGilder, 16. Andretti, 17. Jarrett, 18. Bilbee, 19. Bell, 20. Dakus. NT

FEATURE EVENT RAINED OUT (Postponed with an announcement regarding the feature status to be made at 2 pm Saturday)

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**Simon flipped during qualifying. Babcock flipped during the second heat. Dakus flipped during the fourth heat. Bilbee flipped during the semi.

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: N/A

NEW AMSOIL NATIONAL SPRINT POINTS: 1-Ballou-1,214, 2-Stockon-1,168, 3-Darland-1,156, 4-Bacon-1,084, 5-Stanbrough-1,062, 6-Thomas-1,001, 7-Tracy Hines-818, 8-Leary-790, 9-Windom-727, 10-Farney-706. (Pending completion of Bloomington program)

NEW INDIANA SPRINT WEEK POINTS: 1-Bacon-252, 2-Ballou-249, 3-Thomas-224, 4-Darland-215, 5-Schuerenberg-214, 6-Stanbrough-189, 7-Coons-179, 8-Boespflug-171, 9-Windom-166, 10-Weir-156.

NEXT AMSOIL NATIONAL SPRINT RACE: July 18 - Haubstadt, IN - Tri-State Speedway - 28th "Indiana Sprint Week"

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KOKOMO RACE AGAIN POSTPONED, TO RESUME WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26

Tonight's resumption of the Kokomo Speedway Indiana Sprint Week AMSOIL USAC Sprint race has again been postponed by rain and will now be completed on Wednesday night, August 26 as the opening event of this year's "Sprint Car Smackdown" at the Kokomo track. Rains forced the initial postponement at Kokomo last Saturday night during the semi feature. The August event will include the semi and the feature to complete that program.

The August 26 race will not be part of the Indiana Sprint Week activities. Indiana Sprint Week is scheduled to conclude this Saturday night, July 18 at Tri-State Speedway in Haubstadt, Ind.

This week's Indiana Sprint Week now resumes Wednesday night with the "Don Smith Classic" at the Terre Haute Action Track, followed by Thursday night's race at Lincoln Park Speedway in Putnamville, Friday night's race at Bloomington Speedway and Saturday night's finale at Haubstadt.

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STOCKON STAMPS GAS CITY "SPRINT WEEK" AS FIRST WIN OF YEAR

Gas City, Indiana.......AMSOIL National Sprint Car point leader Chase Stockon started off "Indiana Sprint Week" in style, as he notched his first victory of the season at Gas City I-69 Speedway on Friday night. The Elizabethtown, Indiana conquered a challenging surface for the fifth win of his career.

"It's huge for us to come in here and win this. We've been really strong, especially lately, and things are going our way. I knew Jerry was committed to the top, and I just wanted to keep with him and wait until it slowed down a little up there. I knew it was go time before we got to traffic, and I found a line that worked for me to get by him. It was constantly changing with slick spots and rough spots, so it was important to be able to see to get in the right spot," Stockon said.

Most recent National Sprint Car winner Jerry Coons, Jr. led from the front row, as Stockon quickly sliced by Scotty Weir for the second spot. Coons and Stockon pulled away from the field as Weir raced with Hunter Schuerenberg, Robert Ballou, and Kevin Thomas, Jr. for top-five spots.

The lead duo raced hard for the top spot, as Coons used the outside lane while Stockon tried to move through the middle. On lap eight, Stockon held the lead by inches at the line but Coons took it back on lap nine. They continued to battle as they neared lapped traffic, with Stockon again nosing past for the lead on lap thirteen. Just a lap later, Tyler Courtney spun in turn-two to bring out the only caution of the race.

After the restart, Coons would not let Stockon get away, as he again reeled him in and looked for the lead with less than ten to go. Coons caught a rut, however, and lost a bunch of ground to Stockon, falling into the clutches of Schuerenberg in the closing laps while Stockon pulled away.

As Coons again caught a hole in turn-four, Schuerenberg slipped past just as they came to the white flag, with the Sikeston, Missouri driver taking the runner-up spot in the Epperson Painting - PPG #2E Spike/Claxton.

"It was difficult out there tonight, and I'm pretty happy here for still getting used to the non-wing car. We kept the car pretty basic tonight and just tried to get used to driving again. You had to try to make the least amount of mistakes possible, because it was a handful for everybody out there. Tony Epperson and Gary Ooley are great to drive for, and they really deserve to win every race for as much fun as they make it. I didn't expect to set the world on fire out of the box, but he doesn't put on much pressure, and it's fun to be around guys like that," Schuerenberg said.

Coons held on for the third spot as the Kokomo-based team brought out an older car after a crash on Sunday destroyed their winning mount from Lincoln Park on July 4th.

"I'm kinda upset with giving that spot away coming for the white. The holes kept changing and a line that was smooth for a while would turn into something that would bounce you. I was searching and found a bad spot. We ran three nights last weekend and these guys had to build a new car to race this week, and I appreciate all that hard work from them. I'm happy to get them a solid finish for as hard as they work. We had a good battle with Chase, and I got pretty racy with him even after he got by us for a couple laps, but he got away from us. Glad to see him win," Coons said.

Ballou made his way to fourth at the checkers and Thomas rounded out the top five.

FEATURE: (30 laps) 1. Chase Stockon, 2. Hunter Schuerenberg, 3. Jerry Coons Jr., 4. Robert Ballou, 5. Kevin Thomas Jr., 6. Scotty Weir, 7. Shane Cottle, 8. Dave Darland, 9. Brady Bacon, 10. Brady Short, 11. Jarett Andretti, 12. C.J. Leary, 13. Chris Windom, 14. Chad Boespflug, 15. Thomas Meseraull, 16. Tyler Courtney, 17. Jon Stanbrough, 18. Tracy Hines, 19. Justin Grant, 20. Kyle Robbins, 21. Aaron Farney, 22. Logan Jarrett. NT
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**Hodges cartwheeled during qualifying. Gass flipped during the second heat. Andretti flipped during the third heat. Welpott flipped during the qualifying race.

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-7 Coons, Lap 8 Stockon, Laps 9-12 Coons, Laps 13-30 Stockon.

NEW AMSOIL NATIONAL SPRINT POINTS: 1-Stockon-1,058, 2-Ballou-1,033, 3-Darland-992, 4-Stanbrough-914, 5-Bacon-896, 6-Thomas-847, 7-Hines-817, 8-Leary-749, 9-Windom-607, 10-Grant-594.

NEW INDIANA SPRINT WEEK POINTS: 1-Stockon-70, 2-Schuerenberg-68, 3-Coons-60, 4-Ballou-57, 5-Thomas-56, 6-Weir-51, 7-Bacon and S.Cottle-44, 9-Darland-41, 10-Short-40.

NEXT AMSOIL NATIONAL SPRINT RACE: July 11 - Kokomo (IN) Speedway - 28th "Indiana Sprint Week"

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ABREU USES LAST CORNER PASS ON THORSON FOR "PEPSI NATIONALS" CROWN

Sun Prairie, Wisconsin.......It took a final corner slidejob for Rico Abreu to win the "Pepsi Nationals" on Sunday night at the Angell Park Speedway as the reigning Honda National Midget champion added another big midget win to his list, as he edged out teammate Tanner Thorson by just .093 seconds for the tenth win in his National Midget career.

Thorson got the jump from outside the front row and led throughout. Behind him, ProSource "Fast Qualifier" Bryan Clauson quickly moved into second, but he slowed on lap five with a right-rear wheel packed with mud. He visited the work area but was able to restart.

Thorson led Kevin Thomas, Jr. from there, as Abreu slipped to third when Darren Hagen slapped the big cushion in turn-four and darted up the track. After another yellow, Hagen went to the extreme high side in one and two and came with a full head of steam just as Abreu bobbled in the middle of the corner, with the two making contact that slowed Hagen and put him well back in the field before he regained speed.

The Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports team ran 1-4 as the race hit halfway, but the red flag flew on lap 18 for Tracy Hines, who flipped in turn-four while running in the fifth spot.

The race went green from there, as Thorson and Abreu pulled away from their teammate Thomas, while Clauson and Hagen fought back through the pack. With a few laps to go, Thorson hesitated with a lapped car, allowing Abreu to draw near. At the white flag, Abreu was not close enough for a pass, so he went to the extreme high side and gathered momentum as he exited turn-two.

With a full head of steam down the backstretch, he dove to the bottom and swept past Thorson for the top spot, leaving Thorson to cross back underneath him and try to beat him back to the line. It wasn't enough, though, as Abreu finished it off by just a nose in the Toyota TRD - Curb Records #97 Bullet/Speedway Toyota.

"I don't know how it looked from the stands, but that was just a hell of a race from my seat. The last lap was one of those laps where you have to tell yourself 'Go Big or Go Home.' I got above the cushion and kept my car straight on exit to get all the speed I could and was able to pull the trigger on him at the other end. You cherish moments like that, winning on the final lap in front of a great crowd. It's special to win the Pepsi Nationals and knock another big race off my bucket list. I'm having a lot of fun right now just getting to do this," Abreu said.

Thorson came home in the runner-up spot in the first race since his spectacular crash during "Indiana Midget Week" at Lincoln Park Speedway on June 11th. Still sporting some blood in his eyes, the Minden, Nevada driver returned to the seat with a strong finish.

"It's good to be back in the car, and I felt great from the start. I could hear one of them back there working something, and I figured it was Rico after hearing him above me a few times. My teammates are out there trying everything imaginable to find a way by me while I'm leading, so it's tough to be out front the entire time. This is a new car, and we got my confidence back quickly to be able to run hard with these guys after being out for a few weeks," Thorson said.

Kevin Thomas, Jr. joined his teammates on the podium and put himself atop the series point standings.

"You never want to come home third, but these guys are good and it's a solid night for us to end up on the podium. In the big picture, we gave ourselves another good finish towards the season-long goal," Thomas said.

Clauson cleared Andrew Felker in the final laps to take home fourth and Hagen also slipped into the top-five at the finish.

FEATURE: (30 laps) 1. Rico Abreu, 2. Tanner Thorson, 3. Kevin Thomas, Jr., 4. Bryan Clauson, 5. Darren Hagen, 6. Andrew Felker, 7. Spencer Bayston, 8. Ryan Robinson, 9. Tyler Thomas, 10. Kyle Schuett, 11. Isaac Chapple, 12. Kurt Mayhew, 13. Austin Brown, 14. Tracy Hines, 15. Katlynn Leer, 16. Eric Johnson, 17. Jimi Quin, 18. Bill Balog, 19. David Budres, 20. Tucker Klaasmeyer, 21. Cody Weisensel. NT
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**Hines flipped on Lap 17 of the Feature.

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-29 Thorson, Lap 30 Abreu.

NEW HONDA NATIONAL MIDGET POINTS: 1-K.Thomas-360; 2-T.Thomas-339; 3-Hines-333; 4-Abreu-326; 5-Hagen-321; 6-Bayston-300; 7-Jerry Coons, Jr.-287; 8-Thorson-280; 9-Dave Darland-159; 10-Christopher Bell-152.

NEXT HONDA NATIONAL MIDGET RACE: July 28 - Beloit, KS - Solomon Valley Raceway - "Chad McDaniel Memorial"

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COONS REPEATS INDEPENDENCE DAY LINCOLN PARK WIN IN "BILL GARDNER SPRINTACULAR"

Jerry Coons, Jr. of Tucson, Arizona and his crew in victory lane after Saturday night's USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car feature victory at Lincoln Park Speedway in Putnamville, Ind.  It was Coons' second consecutive Independence Day victory at the track.

Putnamville, Indiana.......Jerry Coons, Jr. returned to right where he spent Independence Day last year, parked in victory lane at Lincoln Park Speedway, this time as the winner of the finale of the inaugural "Bill Gardner Sprintacular." The former series champion's 17th career victory came in wire-to-wire fashion as he was flawless in the Edison Motorsports - Crume Evans Insurance #10E Spike/Chevy.

"It's always a lot of fun to win with this group of guys. They're as laid-back as they come and were still happy with me last night even after I went backwards and was frustrated. We've struggled a little bit with the slick stuff especially, and a lot of things fell in line for us tonight, but we were really good tonight. You'd think as long as we've been doing this that we wouldn't still be learning, but I'm real happy with what we picked up tonight," Coons said.

Coons took the early lead with Chad Boespflug in pursuit on the high side, as series point-leader Robert Ballou made his early move from row-three to throttle around the high side for the third spot. Those three broke away from the field, but on lap nine, Ballou had problems on the left-rear and spun in turn-three to bring out the yellow. He went to the work area, but was unable to rejoin the field in time for the green.

After another caution a lap later, the race went green the rest of the way with Coons opening up a comfortable lead while Boespflug still tried to run the high side, but to no avail. Kyle Cummins came on to take the second spot from him, but behind them were cars dicing for the balance of the top-ten spots with Chase Stockon and Jon Stanbrough the big movers, along with Dave Darland.

Coons' lead shrunk with less than ten laps to go, but he pulled away to a 1.057-second win over Cummins, who matched his best career finish in the Rock Steady Racing - Greenwell Auto Body #3R Mach-1/Chevy.

"We've got ourselves a race car now that we can work with and try to race with these guys. We've struggled and been frustrated for the most part this year, to the point I even pulled off during the feature last night, and the major changes we made to bring this thing to life a little had some instant success tonight. I was reeling him in a bit at one point for the lead, but he was stuck on the bottom and just didn't ever mess up," Cummins said.

Stockon finished off his spirited run to take third from 14th in the Superior Tank & Trailer - Crescent Electric Supply #32 DRC/Fisher, re-taking the point lead over Ballou in the process.

"If this thing was a 40-lap race, I think we had a chance to win it. We got a tough draw and didn't qualify all that well, so that put us in a spot from behind where we had to pass cars. We were able to roll up through the middle and make up most of our ground there, but even on the bottom I think we were a tick quicker than the top-two. Matt Hummel of FK Indy has gotten our shocks tuned and running really well in the slick, and (crew chief) D.J. (Ott) gave me a great car tonight that could move around to pass cars," Stockon said.

Boespflug wound up fourth and Jon Stanbrough drove from 17th to finish fifth.

FEATURE: (30 laps) 1. Jerry Coons Jr., 2. Kyle Cummins, 3. Chase Stockon, 4. Chad Boespflug, 5. Jon Stanbrough, 6. Tyler Courtney, 7. Casey Shuman, 8. Dave Darland, 9. Shane Cottle, 10. Tracy Hines, 11. Kevin Thomas Jr., 12. Josh Hodges, 13. C.J. Leary, 14. Cole Smith, 15. Max McGhee, 16. Carson Short, 17. Brady Bacon, 18. Chris Babcock, 19. Brandon Mattox, 20. Brent Beauchamp, 21. Landon Simon, 22. Hunter Schuerenberg, 23. Robert Ballou, 24. Aaron Farney. NT
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FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-30 Coons.

2015 AMSOIL SPRINT CAR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP DRIVER POINT STANDINGS
1. Chase Stockon 988
2. Robert Ballou 976
3. Dave Darland 951
4. Jon Stanbrough 887
5. Brady Bacon 852
6. Tracy Hines 795
7. Kevin Thomas Jr. 791
8. C.J. Leary 715
9. Chris Windom 575
10. Justin Grant 571

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AMSOIL USAC/CRA SPRINT CAR RACE RESULTS: July 4, 2015 - Perris, California - Perris Auto Speedway - "Firecracker 40"
 
FEATURE: (40 laps) 1. Damion Gardner, 2. Richard Vander Weerd, 3. Austin Williams, 4. Mike Spencer, 5. Brody Roa, 6. Jake Swanson, 7. Cody Williams, 8. Josh Pelkey, 9. Danny Faria Jr., 10. Logan Williams, 11. Jace Vander Weerd, 12. Tommy Malcolm, 13. Terry Schank Jr., 14. Chris Gansen, 15. Jeremy Ellertson, 16. Verne Sweeney, 17. Danny Sheridan, 18. A.J. Bender, 19. Rickie Gaunt, 20. R.J. Johnson, 21. Matt Mitchell, 22. Parker Colston, 23. David Bezio. NT

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**Mitchell flipped during the feature.

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-5 Swanson, Laps 6-16 R.Vander Weerd, Laps 17-40 Gardner.

NEW AMSOIL USAC/CRA SPRINT CAR POINTS: 1-Spencer-594, 2-Gardner-591, 3-R.Vander Weerd-547, 4-Mitchell-545, 5-A.Williams-542, 6-Swanson-484, 7-Roa-401, 8-C.Williams-308, 9-L.Williams-290, 10-J.Vander Weerd-266.

NEXT AMSOIL USAC/CRA SPRINT RACE: August 15- Perris (CA) Auto Speedway

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USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE RESULTS: July 2, 2015 - Terre Haute, Indiana - Terre Haute Action Track - "Sumar Classic"

QUALIFYING: 1. Kody Swanson, 63, DePalma-20.712; 2. Shane Cockrum, 71, Hardy-21.162; 3. Brady Bacon, 48, Martens-21.212; 4. Jerry Coons Jr., 20, Nolen-21.227; 5. C.J. Leary, 30, Leary/6R-21.351; 6. Shane Cottle, 81, Williams-21.466; 7. Justin Grant, 8, Carli-21.495; 8. Steve Buckwalter, 53, SET-21.650; 9. Kevin Thomas Jr., 17, RW-21.765; 10. Chris Windom, 99, RPM/Gormly-22.074; 11. Tracy Hines, 98, RPM/Gormly-22.075; 12. Aaron Pierce, 26, Pierce-22.208; 13. A.J. Fike, 3, RFMS-22.216; 14. Russ Gamester, 51, Gamester-22.224; 15. Tyler Courtney, 153, Capie-22.265; 16. Joey Moughan, 29, Moughan-22.347; 17. Jacob Wilson, 07, Wilson-22.380; 18. Chase Stockon, 14, McQuinn-22.498; 19. Rex Norris III, 16, Norris-23.441;0 20. Patrick Lawson, 2, Lawson-23.672; 21. Terry James, 23, Satterthwaite-23.679; 22. Dave Darland, 19, Longworth-NT (time of 21.091 disallowed), 23. Kent Wolters, 21, Swanson-NT (Time of 22.904 disallowed), 24. Austin Nemire, 91, Hamelgarn-NT.

FEATURE: (100 laps) 1. Shane Cockrum, 2. C.J. Leary, 3. Jerry Coons Jr., 4. Shane Cottle, 5. Brady Bacon, 6. Justin Grant, 7. Kody Swanson, 8. Chris Windom, 9. Tracy Hines, 10. Kevin Thomas Jr., 11. Chase Stockon, 12. Tyler Courtney, 13. A.J. Fike, 14. Jacob Wilson, 15. Patrick Lawson, 16. Terry James, 17. Rex Norris III, 18. Dave  Darland, 19. Joey Moughan, 20. Aaron Pierce, 21. Russ Gamester, 22. Kent Wolters, 23. Austin Nemire, 24. Steve Buckwalter. NT

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**Nemire flipped during practice. Moughan flipped on lap 88 of the feature.

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-27 Cockrum, Lap 28 Coons, Laps 29-100 Cockrum.

NEW USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS: 1-Swanson-263, 2-Fike-225, 3-Pierce-217, 4-Coons-214, 5-Wilson-184, 6-David Byrne-162, 7-Leary-153, 8-Norris-146, 9-Nemire-144, 10-Bobby Santos-138.

NEXT USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE: July 23 - Brownsburg, IN - Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis - "Rich Vogler Classic"

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"SUMAR CLASSIC" THURSDAY AT TERRE HAUTE ACTION TRACK

Thursday's "Sumar Classic" USAC Silver Crown Championship race at the Terre Haute (Ind.) Action Track marks the 20th anniversary of the inaugural won in 1995 by Donnie Beechler. Thursday's race will feature a battle for series supremacy with six drivers in sight of the point lead entering the race.

Defending race winner Kody Swanson of Kingsburg, Calif. has a 14-point lead over Aaron Pierce going into Thursday's race. Last year's win was one of seven he has posted in the last 14 series outings. He led all but two laps of last year's "Sumar Classic."

Prior to Thursday's race, a 4pm ceremony behind the main grandstand will feature the unveiling of a commemorative plaque erected by the Indiana Racing Memorial Association honoring long-time race organizer Don Smith and the history of the Terre Haute Action Track.

Former race winner Dave Darland (2008) is also expected to compete as he continues his quest for a 100th USAC National feature victory.

Thursday's race will be recorded and aired on Mav-TV's "Dirty 30" program at a date and time yet to be determined.

DATE:Thursday, July 2, 2015


TRACK:Terre Haute Action Track (Terre Haute, Indiana) - 1/2 Mile Semi-Banked Dirt Oval

EVENT:"Sumar Classic"

STARTING TIMES: Pits open 3pm Grandstands open 5pm Hot Laps 6:30pm

TICKETS:
Adult General Admission $25
Adult Infield Admission $15
Kids 10 & Under FREE
Pit Passes $30 (for members), $35 (non-members)

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National Sprints
2015 points
June 8
1. Robert Ballou 950
2. Chase Stockon 926
3. Dave Darlan 905
4. Jon Stanbrough 832
5. Brady Bacon 828
6. Tracy Hines 762
7. Kevin Thomas Jr.753
8. C. J. Leary 688
9. Chris Windom 575
10. Justin Grant 571

 National Midgets
April 12
1. Darren Hagen 72
2. Tracy Hines 64
3. Tanner Thorson 60
4. Steve Buckwalter 59
5. Davey Ray 57
6. Dave Darland 47
7. Tyler Thomas 44
8. Jerry Coons Jr. 42
9. Zach Daum 34
10 Gage Walker 31

Silver Crown
FINAL
1. Kody Swanson 582
2. Tracy Hines 555
3. Bobby East 537
4. Chris Windom  469
5. Jerry Coons Jr. 408
6. A.J Fike 320
7. Jacob Wilson 306
8. Shane Cockrum 286
9. Caleb Armstron 259
10. Patrick Lawson 145

USAC/CRA
March 7

1. R.Vander Weerd 73
2. Mike Spencer 67
3. A.Williams 66
4. Damion Gardner 59
5. Matt Mitchell 55
6. Jake Swanson 51
7. H. Schuerenberg 50
8. Ronnie Gardner 48
9. C.Williams 42
10. Brody Roa 38

 

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