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Davenport Weekly Racing This Friday Night!

Davenport Weekly Racing This Friday Night!

Petersen Plumbing IMCA Late Models, Eriksen Chevrolet IMCA Modifieds, IMCA SportMods, Koehler Electric Street Stocks

Davenport Weekly Racing This Friday Night!

Davenport Weekly Racing This Friday Night!

Petersen Plumbing IMCA Late Models, Eriksen Chevrolet IMCA Modifieds, IMCA SportMods, Koehler Electric Street Stocks

Davenport Weekly Racing This Friday Night!

Davenport Weekly Racing This Friday Night!

Petersen Plumbing IMCA Late Models, Eriksen Chevrolet IMCA Modifieds, IMCA SportMods, Koehler Electric Street Stocks

Tanner English Schools Pierce, Moran for First Career World of Outlaws Late Model Win at Davenport



Tanner English Schools Pierce, Moran for First Career World of Outlaws Late Model Win at Davenport

By Mike Warren, WOO Late Model Series PR (Davenport, IA) -- Tanner English may never forget the number 0.235.

All he needed was a 0.235 second lead at the finish line Friday night to claim his first World of Outlaws CASE Construction Equipment Late Model Series win during night two of the Quad Cities 150 at Davenport Speedway.


His journey getting there was no easy climb, though. Race after race this season he inched closer and closer to his first Series win, but a win seemed almost out of the question Friday night, having to transfer out of the Last Chance Showdown and then come from 18th in the 40-lap sprint around the 1/4-mile track.

However, as motivational speaker Les Brown once said, “The harder the journey, the sweeter the victory.”

"This is big, this is huge for our team," English said. "This will get the momentum rolling. You know when you win one it feels like it's a little easier after that. So, it's been a long time coming."

The Benton, KY driver needed all 40 laps around the Iowa track as he sliced his way from 18th to first around the bottom, passing Bobby Pierce on the last lap and last corner to win by a nose.

English’s ascension toward the front of the field started slowly as he worked his way to eighth in the race’s first 25 laps. However, a caution with 15 laps to go set the stage for the epic finale.

He thundered to the bottom on the restart, picking off five cars in one lap to get to third—his eyes squarely on Pierce and Devin Moran as they waged war for the lead.

English inched closer until he caught the lead duo with two laps left. That’s when Pierce opened the door for the Series Rookie, who didn’t squander his opportunity.

The “Smooth Operator” moved to the top, trying to keep Moran from getting by. But it wasn’t only “The Mailman” lurking behind him.

English kept his Longhorn chassis locked to the bottom and pulled into a three-wide battle in traffic as they took the white flag—none of them yielding an inch.

Pierce and English stormed away from Moran on the backstretch, leaving the two drivers to fight for the win in the final two corners.

They raced side-by-side through Turns 3 and 4, but English found the boost he needed to cross the finish line first, a triumphant victory that had the entire Davenport Speedway crowd standing and cheering.

English said he was worried his opportunity might not come, knowing how good Pierce can be running the top.

“When Bobby got to Trevor {Gundaker, a lap car], and he had to move, I was a little scared because he’s always better on the top, so I figured he’s just going to pull away,” English said. “He got off that bottom there, and it doesn’t matter how far ahead somebody is. If they’re running the bottom, it dirties the air up.

“So, when he went to the top, I think I had just enough gap between me and Trevor that I had clean air, and that car stuck the best it stuck all night. I made two perfect corners, and then next thing you know, I’m pulling up beside him.”

The Feature wasn’t the only climb English and his Riggs Motorsports team faced throughout the night. He didn’t get the start he wanted to after timing eighth in Group B of My Place Hotels Qualifying, that eventually led to him having to transfer out of the Last Chance Showdown. However, he stated he was proud of his crew for remaining optimistic.

“Everybody kept their heads up,” English said. “I think the only person who doubted us was me. I was a little down after the Heat Race, and I’m telling you, I took everything off this car. I changed every single shock, and I did everything I thought I needed to do.

“I ran that (Last Chance Showdown), and I was really good. I knew we had a decent car, I just needed to make the right tire choice, and we’d be alright.”

English’s $10,000 triumph also helped him cut into Dennis Erb Jr.’s lead in the battle for the 2022 championship. Erb now leads English by 136 points after a sixth-place finish Friday night.

English also extended his lead to 58 points in the Rookie of the Year race over Max Blair, who finished fourth.

Bobby Pierce came less than a car-length short of reaching Victory Lane for the second consecutive night. The Oakwood, IL, thought he had the winning formula but stated he didn’t realize English was there until the end.

“I didn’t even know Tanner was in the picture,” Pierce said. “It was an exciting race, but unfortunately, we were just the second-place car. I was having a hard time holding off Devin (Moran) because he was a little better. I felt like toward the end of the race. Tanner obviously was the best car at the end of the race.

“If I had a second shot, I probably run the top in (Turn) 3 and 4 or anticipate [Trevor Gundaker] pulling in and getting right down to the bottom and blocking. You never know what’s going on behind you, so it’s just one of them deals.”

Devin Moran, from Dresden, OH, crossed the line third. The “Mailman” said he was happy with his car but opened the door for English to slip by like Pierce.

“It’s just the way it goes,” Moran said. “I felt like we had a really good car, and I could run that middle-top. I just got caught up with Bobby and just let Tanner go by.

“It was just one of them deals. I need to get my race car a little better so I can get by him and don’t have to worry about that.”

Ashton Winger finished fifth—his second top-five finish of the weekend.

Tanner English completed an uphill climb Friday night at Davenport Speedway, tasting Victory for the first time in World of Outlaws CASE Late Model competition. It’s a sweet triumph he’ll remember not only for the celebration, but how difficult the journey was to get there.

UP NEXT: The Most Powerful Late Models on the Planet return to Davenport Speedway for the final night of the Quad Cities 150 presented by Hoker Trucking for a 70-lap, $30,000-to-win finale. The Xtreme Outlaw Midgets presented by Toyota will join the field for the second consecutive night.

If you can’t make it to the track, watch all the action live on DIRTVision – either online on with the DIRTVision App

Here are the top five in Quad Cities 150 points entering Saturday’s finale:

Bobby Pierce 1481
Ashton Winger 1467
Devin Moran 1445
Tanner English 1441
Ryan Gustin 1424


Case Construction Feature (40 Laps): 1. 81E-Tanner English[18]; 2. 32-Bobby Pierce[3]; 3. 9-Devin Moran[8]; 4. 111V-Max Blair[5]; 5. 58-Ashton Winger[1]; 6. 28-Dennis Erb Jr[4]; 7. 19R-Ryan Gustin[2]; 8. 99JR-Frank Heckenast Jr[9]; 9. 25-Shane Clanton[6]; 10. 15K-Justin Kay[13]; 11. 42-Chad Finley[19]; 12. 3S-Brian Shirley[11]; 13. 32S-Chris Simpson[20]; 14. 99-Jeff Larson[15]; 15. 16-Tyler Bruening[14]; 16. 25F-Jason Feger[17]; 17. 28M-Jimmy Mars[22]; 18. B1-Brent Larson[23]; 19. 18-Shannon Babb[12]; 20. 99B-Boom Briggs[21]; 21. 29-Spencer Diercks[7]; 22. 21-Billy Moyer Sr[16]; 23. 11-Gordy Gundaker[25]; 24. 1-Josh Richards[24]; 25. 11T-Trevor Gundaker[10]

Last Chance Showdown 1 (10 Laps): 1. 25F-Jason Feger[1]; 2. 42-Chad Finley[4]; 3. 99B-Boom Briggs[3]; 4. B1-Brent Larson[5]; 5. 1-Josh Richards[6]; 6. 89-Mike Spatola[2]; 7. 53-Andrew Kosiski[9]; 8. 55C-Chad Mahder[8]; 9. 91-Michael Guldenpfenning[7]

Last Chance Showdown 2 (10 Laps): 1. 81E-Tanner English[2]; 2. 32S-Chris Simpson[4]; 3. 28M-Jimmy Mars[3]; 4. 11-Gordy Gundaker[1]; 5. 31K-Kye Blight[6]; 6. 7R-Kent Robinson[5]; 7. 10-Paul Parker[7]; 8. 38-Thomas Hunziker[8]; 9. 42H-Johnathan Huston[9]

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 32-Bobby Pierce[2]; 2. 9-Devin Moran[1]; 3. 99JR-Frank Heckenast Jr[3]; 4. 15K-Justin Kay[7]; 5. 25F-Jason Feger[5]; 6. 99B-Boom Briggs[4]; 7. B1-Brent Larson[6]; 8. 91-Michael Guldenpfenning[9]; 9. 53-Andrew Kosiski[8]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 58-Ashton Winger[1]; 2. 111V-Max Blair[3]; 3. 3S-Brian Shirley[2]; 4. 99-Jeff Larson[5]; 5. 89-Mike Spatola[4]; 6. 42-Chad Finley[8]; 7. 1-Josh Richards[6]; 8. 55C-Chad Mahder[7]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 19R-Ryan Gustin[1]; 2. 29-Spencer Diercks[2]; 3. 11T-Trevor Gundaker[5]; 4. 16-Tyler Bruening[4]; 5. 11-Gordy Gundaker[6]; 6. 28M-Jimmy Mars[7]; 7. 7R-Kent Robinson[3]; 8. 10-Paul Parker[8]; 9. 42H-Johnathan Huston[9]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 28-Dennis Erb Jr[1]; 2. 25-Shane Clanton[2]; 3. 18-Shannon Babb[3]; 4. 21-Billy Moyer Sr[5]; 5. 81E-Tanner English[4]; 6. 32S-Chris Simpson[6]; 7. 31K-Kye Blight[7]; 8. 38-Thomas Hunziker[8]

Qualifying Group A (2 Laps): 1. 9-Devin Moran, 00:13.400[15]; 2. 58-Ashton Winger, 00:13.403[17]; 3. 32-Bobby Pierce, 00:13.429[4]; 4. 3S-Brian Shirley, 00:13.601[1]; 5. 99JR-Frank Heckenast Jr, 00:13.697[12]; 6. 111V-Max Blair, 00:13.737[6]; 7. 99B-Boom Briggs, 00:13.744[5]; 8. 89-Mike Spatola, 00:13.859[11]; 9. 25F-Jason Feger, 00:13.869[10]; 10. 99-Jeff Larson, 00:13.906[3]; 11. B1-Brent Larson, 00:13.940[8]; 12. 1-Josh Richards, 00:13.998[7]; 13. 15K-Justin Kay, 00:14.099[2]; 14. 55C-Chad Mahder, 00:14.156[16]; 15. 53-Andrew Kosiski, 00:14.422[14]; 16. 42-Chad Finley, 00:14.672[9]; 17. 91-Michael Guldenpfenning, 00:15.079[13]

Qualifying Group B (2 Laps): 1. 19R-Ryan Gustin, 00:13.468[1]; 2. 28-Dennis Erb Jr, 00:13.480[10]; 3. 29-Spencer Diercks, 00:13.582[12]; 4. 25-Shane Clanton, 00:13.608[17]; 5. 7R-Kent Robinson, 00:13.619[4]; 6. 18-Shannon Babb, 00:13.648[6]; 7. 16-Tyler Bruening, 00:13.661[14]; 8. 81E-Tanner English, 00:13.677[3]; 9. 11T-Trevor Gundaker, 00:13.690[9]; 10. 21-Billy Moyer Sr, 00:13.711[5]; 11. 11-Gordy Gundaker, 00:13.719[15]; 12. 32S-Chris Simpson, 00:13.726[16]; 13. 28M-Jimmy Mars, 00:13.821[11]; 14. 31K-Kye Blight, 00:13.831[7]; 15. 10-Paul Parker, 00:14.186[8]; 16. 38-Thomas Hunziker, 00:14.534[2]; 17. 42H-Johnathan Huston, 00:14.888[13]

Hot Laps: 1. 32S-Chris Simpson, 00:13.783[33]; 2. 19R-Ryan Gustin, 00:13.811[18]; 3. 25-Shane Clanton, 00:13.832[34]; 4. 7R-Kent Robinson, 00:13.834[21]; 5. 81E-Tanner English, 00:13.854[20]; 6. 21-Billy Moyer Sr, 00:13.927[22]; 7. 16-Tyler Bruening, 00:13.931[31]; 8. 58-Ashton Winger, 00:13.988[17]; 9. 29-Spencer Diercks, 00:14.015[29]; 10. 28M-Jimmy Mars, 00:14.119[28]; 11. 11-Gordy Gundaker, 00:14.163[32]; 12. 28-Dennis Erb Jr, 00:14.285[27]; 13. 11T-Trevor Gundaker, 00:14.317[26]; 14. 18-Shannon Babb, 00:14.369[23]; 15. 99JR-Frank Heckenast Jr, 00:14.373[12]; 16. 99B-Boom Briggs, 00:14.423[5]; 17. 3S-Brian Shirley, 00:14.480[1]; 18. 9-Devin Moran, 00:14.498[15]; 19. 25F-Jason Feger, 00:14.556[10]; 20. 111V-Max Blair, 00:14.590[6]; 21. B1-Brent Larson, 00:14.595[8]; 22. 53-Andrew Kosiski, 00:14.625[14]; 23. 31K-Kye Blight, 00:14.630[24]; 24. 32-Bobby Pierce, 00:14.675[4]; 25. 10-Paul Parker, 00:14.681[25]; 26. 42-Chad Finley, 00:14.715[9]; 27. 99-Jeff Larson, 00:14.842[3]; 28. 38-Thomas Hunziker, 00:14.848[19]; 29. 1-Josh Richards, 00:14.868[7]; 30. 89-Mike Spatola, 00:15.067[11]; 31. 55C-Chad Mahder, 00:15.092[16]; 32. 15K-Justin Kay, 00:15.099[2]; 33. 91-Michael Guldenpfenning, 00:15.153[13]; 34. 42H-Johnathan Huston, 00:15.194[30]



By Brian Walker, Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series (Davenport, IA) -- The wildly impressive streak of parity was extended on Friday night as the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series presented by Toyota welcomed a sixth winner to Victory Lane in the sixth race in Series history.

Becoming the fifth and final leader of an action-packed debut at Iowa's Davenport Speedway, Chase McDermand, of Springfield, IL, methodically picked his way forward amid one of the most heated battles for the lead in all of Midget racing.

Fans witnessed a whopping seven official lead changes in the opening 11 green flag laps as Jade Avedisian, Jesse Love, Bryant Wiedeman, and Jacob Denney exchanged control of the top spot. It was a back and forth, neck and neck, see-saw battle with more comers and goers than you could imagine in such a short span of time.

With eyes glued to the front, the 22-year-old McDermand was able to quietly guide his Mounce/Stout Motorsports #40 to third-from-seventh in only a handful of laps as he entered the picture with nearly seven other winning contenders on the racey 1/4-mile.

Once the intensity calmed down around halfway, McDermand settled into second behind his teammate, Jacob Denney, and it appeared as if a Mounce/Stout 1-2 finish was in order. However, when Denney's #61 lost brakes in the closing stages, he also lost his marks and could do little to react as McDermand feathered the throttle and drove by the 16-year-old gasser to lead Lap 27 of 30.

A green-white-checkered finish was then survived as McDermand crossed the checkered flag to join Gavan Boschele, Taylor Reimer, Jade Avedisian, Chance Crum, and Michael Pickens as the sixth different winner in the brief history of the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series presented by Toyota. It's also his third triumph of the year with the POWRi National Midget League.

"I watched that B-Main and I knew that I was committed to the bottom with how we set this thing up," McDermand said. "From the drop of the green flag we were passing cars and when I got to second, I was feeling pretty good. I knew we would have a shot, but I really wish I could've raced Jacob for that straight up had his brakes not gone out."

After leading laps 11-26, 16-year-old Jacob Denney, of Galloway, OH, slipped back to finish third as he lost brakes while leading in the late running. It not only ruined the potential for a Mounce/Stout 1-2, but also Denney's long-overdue trip to Xtreme Outlaw Victory Lane following a third at Jacksonville and second at I-55.

It did, however, signal the already-known arrival of Mounce/Stout Motorsports onto the national scene. In a world where powerhouse organizations like Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports and CB Industries handle headlines, this family-owned team has gone toe-to-toe with the best in Midget racing, and they've succeeded.

"This is big," noted owner Jay Mounce. "We've been chasing these guys for years. We've come a long way from where we started with our equipment, and the Stanton SR-11 engines are a large part of that, and so is our drivers' incredible feedback. You're racing Keith [Kunz], Chad [Boat], Cannon [McIntosh], and so many knowledgable badasses, it's so tough. Being able to race with these guys week-in and week-out is a rewarding feeling."

Sandwiched in between the Mounce/Stout podium with a career-best runner-up effort was Dominic Gorden. The 16-year-old native of Clovis, CA moved forward from sixth to second in his Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports #71K. He led the charge for a KKM team that occupied five of the top-seven spots on Friday night.

Daison Pursley, who returned from a nine-month traumatic injury recovery, enjoyed a stellar showing as he battled up front and ultimately finished fourth in the Keith Kunz Motorsports, Toyota Racing, Bullet Chassis #71. Rounding out the top five was his KKM teammate Gavin Miller with another career-best effort in fifth place.

Closing out the top-10 at Davenport were Taylor Reimer, Bryant Wiedeman, Chance Crum, Zach Daum, and Kyle Jones with a 21st-to-10th outing for the TJ Forged Hard Charger Award.


Feature (30 Laps): 1. 40-Chase McDermand[7]; 2. 71K-Dominic Gorden[6]; 3. 61-Jacob Denney[11]; 4. 71-Daison Pursley[5]; 5. 71M-Gavin Miller[12]; 6. 25K-Taylor Reimer[14]; 7. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[2]; 8. 26-Chance Crum[10]; 9. 9M-Zach Daum[15]; 10. 7U-Kyle Jones[21]; 11. 87-Jace Park[8]; 12. 84-Jade Avedisian[1]; 13. 21K-Karter Sarff[9]; 14. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[17]; 15. 57-Maria Cofer[16]; 16. 97-Brenham Crouch[4]; 17. 56-Mitchell Davis[18]; 18. 71E-Mariah Ede[19]; 19. 50-Daniel Adler[20]; 20. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[13]; 21. 21E-Emilio Hoover[22]; 22. 84X-Jesse Love[3]

Last Chance Showdown (10 Laps): 1. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[5]; 2. 56-Mitchell Davis[2]; 3. 71E-Mariah Ede[6]; 4. 50-Daniel Adler[4]; 5. 21E-Emilio Hoover[10]; 6. 7U-Kyle Jones[1]; 7. 31-Kyle Beilman[7]; 8. 72J-Sam Johnson[9]; 9. 3-Adam Taylor[8]; 10. (DNS) 08-Cannon McIntosh; 11. (DNS) 6B-Andy Baugh

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 84X-Jesse Love[2]; 2. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[3]; 3. 26-Chance Crum[1]; 4. 61-Jacob Denney[7]; 5. 9M-Zach Daum[6]; 6. 7U-Kyle Jones[5]; 7. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[8]; 8. 3-Adam Taylor[9]; 9. 08-Cannon McIntosh[4]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 97-Brenham Crouch[3]; 2. 40-Chase McDermand[1]; 3. 21K-Karter Sarff[6]; 4. 87-Jace Park[4]; 5. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[2]; 6. 56-Mitchell Davis[5]; 7. 71E-Mariah Ede[7]; 8. 72J-Sam Johnson[8]; 9. 21E-Emilio Hoover[9]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 71-Daison Pursley[1]; 2. 71K-Dominic Gorden[2]; 3. 84-Jade Avedisian[4]; 4. 71M-Gavin Miller[8]; 5. 57-Maria Cofer[5]; 6. 25K-Taylor Reimer[3]; 7. 50-Daniel Adler[6]; 8. 31-Kyle Beilman[7]; 9. (DNS) 6B-Andy Baugh

Qualifying 1 (2 Laps): 1. 08-Cannon McIntosh, 00:14.229[7]; 2. 01-Bryant Wiedeman, 00:14.245[8]; 3. 84X-Jesse Love, 00:14.388[4]; 4. 26-Chance Crum, 00:14.443[5]; 5. 7U-Kyle Jones, 00:14.473[1]; 6. 9M-Zach Daum, 00:14.492[3]; 7. 61-Jacob Denney, 00:14.525[6]; 8. 19M-Ethan Mitchell, 00:14.603[2]; 9. 3-Adam Taylor, 00:14.603[9]

Qualifying 2 (2 Laps): 1. 87-Jace Park, 00:14.379[2]; 2. 97-Brenham Crouch, 00:14.456[9]; 3. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold, 00:14.619[8]; 4. 40-Chase McDermand, 00:14.816[1]; 5. 56-Mitchell Davis, 00:14.993[3]; 6. 21K-Karter Sarff, 00:15.006[7]; 7. 71E-Mariah Ede, 00:15.149[4]; 8. 72J-Sam Johnson, 00:15.149[5]; 9. 21E-Emilio Hoover, 00:15.149[6]

Qualifying 3 (2 Laps): 1. 84-Jade Avedisian, 00:14.373[6]; 2. 25K-Taylor Reimer, 00:14.434[7]; 3. 71K-Dominic Gorden, 00:14.461[2]; 4. 71-Daison Pursley, 00:14.515[3]; 5. 57-Maria Cofer, 00:14.667[5]; 6. 50-Daniel Adler, 00:14.706[9]; 7. 31-Kyle Beilman, 00:14.841[4]; 8. 71M-Gavin Miller, 00:15.511[1]; 9. 6B-Andy Baugh, 00:15.511[8]

Hot Laps 1 (2 Laps): 1. 01-Bryant Wiedeman, 00:15.528[8]; 2. 08-Cannon McIntosh, 00:15.573[7]; 3. 84X-Jesse Love, 00:15.596[4]; 4. 26-Chance Crum, 00:15.659[5]; 5. 61-Jacob Denney, 00:15.710[6]; 6. 19M-Ethan Mitchell, 00:15.750[2]; 7. 9M-Zach Daum, 00:16.019[3]; 8. 7U-Kyle Jones, 00:16.627[1]; 9. 3-Adam Taylor, 00:16.803[9]

Hot Laps 2 (2 Laps): 1. 97-Brenham Crouch, 00:14.799[9]; 2. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold, 00:15.101[8]; 3. 87-Jace Park, 00:15.108[2]; 4. 40-Chase McDermand, 00:15.301[1]; 5. 21E-Emilio Hoover, 00:15.639[6]; 6. 21K-Karter Sarff, 00:15.677[7]; 7. 71E-Mariah Ede, 00:15.824[4]; 8. 72J-Sam Johnson, 00:15.863[5]; 9. 56-Mitchell Davis, 00:15.896[3]

Hot Laps 3 (2 Laps): 1. 71-Daison Pursley, 00:14.771[3]; 2. 84-Jade Avedisian, 00:14.895[6]; 3. 71K-Dominic Gorden, 00:14.983[2]; 4. 50-Daniel Adler, 00:15.270[9]; 5. 25K-Taylor Reimer, 00:15.272[7]; 6. 57-Maria Cofer, 00:15.336[5]; 7. 31-Kyle Beilman, 00:15.611[4]; 8. 6B-Andy Baugh, 00:15.710[8]; 9. 71M-Gavin Miller, 00:16.120[1]

NEW Championship Standings (After 6/10 Races) – 1. Zach Daum (848); 2. Bryant Wiedeman (-60); 3. Brenham Crouch (-75); 4. Taylor Reimer (-142); 5. Kyle Jones (-142); 6. Chance Crum (-158); 7. Dominic Gorden (-247); 8. Jade Avedisian (-264); 9. Sam Johnson (-325); 10. Ethan Mitchell (-370).

UP NEXT (Saturday) – The Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series presented by Toyota will conclude their portion of the Quad Cities 150 weekend on Saturday, August 27 with a $4,000-to-win program, held in conjunction with POWRi, at Iowa's Davenport Speedway.

The Xtreme Outlaw Series is brought to fans by important sponsors and partners, including: DIRTVision (Official Live Broadcast Partner), Low-E Insulation (Presenting sponsor of the non-wing Sprint Car Series), Toyota (Presenting sponsor of the Midgets Series), Racing Electronics (Official Radio Supplier) and SIS Insurance (Official Insurance Provider). Other partners include: DRC Chassis, K1 Race Gear, Pace Dyno Services, TJ Forged and Whitz Racing Products.

Submitted By: Kirk Elliott

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