March 20, Read Credit: Scores First Wing Victory March 13, D Eldora Speedway Rossburg, OH D represents a dirt event P represents a pavement event represents a daytime event. Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania's Williams Grove Speedway, the only venue on this year's race slate that was on the Sprint Car schedule in USAC's inaugural year of , will host its first series race since as part of the 11th edition of "Eastern Storm" on June He has been let go after six races. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Ryan Secrest, 17o, Koontz
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USAC memberships can be purchased at the track or online at https: This schedule is subject to change. Sixth in points is Rocklin, California's Robert Ballou, an I Sprint Bandits winner in , who is looking to do likewise having last won in July of Sure, the box score may read that Thomas won the race from the pole position while Bayston moved up one position from third to second to secure the championship in a concise, clean-cut manner. Will Hull 3 Matczak , 4. Ronnie Gardner Riverside, California sits fourth in the championship point chase. However, Kokomo usually provides a cornucopia of theatrics that defy the norm and Sunday's IMW finale was no exception.
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Austin Liggett 5th , 5. Our car was really, really good and we were able to get to the lead by the white flag lap. Trevor Kobylarz 20 , In limited starts, Matt is tied for twenty-first in points with two top finishes in the campaign. As always, you can view each and every USAC event one-day after the race is run, on-demand at http: Chris Bonneau 15 Bonneau , 3.
He becomes the first driver to win consecutive Indiana Sprint Week features since Bryan Clauson in However, under caution, third-running Leary made a key adjustment that would ultimately pay large dividends. As mentioned earlier, Kevin Thomas Jr. In , Australia followed suit with its own national series for winged sprint cars called the World Series Sprintcars , founded by Adelaide based sedan driver and then Speedway Park track promoter John Hughes. He had several wins and a couple of titles while driving a mini sprint.