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Bacon Slices Up First ASCS Sooner Win at Lawton

Bacon Slices Up First ASCS Sooner Win at Lawton

7/20/2009
[b Bacon Slices Up First ASCS Sooner Win at Lawton] [i Lonnie Wheatley, LAWTON, Okla. (July 18, 2009)] – Brady Bacon bagged his first career American Sprint Car Series feature win by topping Saturday night's 25-lap American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region main event at Lawton Speedway. The 19-year-old Broken Arrow, OK, shoe overtook early leader Kolt Walker en route to victory lane aboard Mike and Megan Eubanks' Wesmar-powered Tel-Star Communications No. 99 Triple-X. Bacon took the...more
Ramey Raids ASCS Gulf South at HRP

Ramey Raids ASCS Gulf South at HRP

7/20/2009
[i Lonnie Wheatley, BAYTOWN, Texas (July 18, 2009)] – Current ASCS Lone Star Region points leader Kevin Ramey dropped in on the ASCS Gulf South Region on Saturday night at Houston Raceway Park and rode away with a $3,000 feature victory. The Fort Worth hotshoe gunned into the lead from the front row outside starting position and led all the way in the 25-lapper for his fourth overall ASCS Regional triumph of the year and first Gulf South score of 2009 aboard the Wells-powered City Vending No....more
Reutzel Reels Off First ASCS Gulf South Win at...

Reutzel Reels Off First ASCS Gulf South Win at...

7/20/2009
[b Reutzel Reels Off First ASCS Gulf South Win at GTRP!] Lonnie Wheatley, BEAUMONT, Texas (July 17, 2009) – The 19-year-old from Clute, TX, has been doing his part to earn the ASCS Gulf South championship by tearing off a Gulf South record 13 consecutive top-ten feature finishes. On Friday night, Aaron Reutzel made it 14 top-tens in a row with an exclamation point by capturing his first career American Sprint Car Series feature win in the 25-lap Gulf South main event at Golden Triangle Raceway...more
Rilat Pockets $10,092 with Brownfield Memorial Win

Rilat Pockets $10,092 with Brownfield Memorial Win

7/20/2009
[b Crockett's Lucas Oil ASCS Sweep Nixed at the Scales…] [i Lonnie Wheatley, ELMA, Wash. (July 18, 2009)] The inaugural weekend of competition for the Lucas Oil ASCS Sprint Car Dirt Series presented by K&N Filters within the State of Washington concluded with Forney, TX, shoe Travis Rilat collecting the $10,092 winner's share in Saturday night's 35-lap Third Annual Fred Brownfield Memorial at Grays Harbor Raceway. But, after setting the pace for the initial 32 laps, it looked as if it would be...more
Hockett Completes the Oregon Trifecta; Its 3-for-3

Hockett Completes the Oregon Trifecta; Its 3-for-3

7/16/2009
[i Shawn Miller, LEBANON, Ore. (July 15, 2009)] – If it were up to Jesse Hockett, he’d stay in the Northwest the rest of his life. On his first trip to Oregon, Hockett has won all three of the American Sprint Car Series Northwest Region features, including Wednesday night at Willamette Speedway. “It’s a pretty good time,” Hockett said. “I can’t say enough about the way I’ve been treated out here.” And Hockett has treated the spectators to a show three straight nights at three very different...more
Hockett Wins ASCS Northwest Speedweek Opener...

Hockett Wins ASCS Northwest Speedweek Opener...

7/14/2009
[b Hockett Wins ASCS Northwest Speedweek Opener at Medford] Shawn Miller, MEDFORD, Ore. (July 13, 2009) – He was the second-to-last racer to arrive to the track on Monday, but the first to cross the finish line. Jesse Hockett, who spent the previous 28 hours driving to the Southern Oregon Speedway, dominated the first night of the American Sprint Car Series Northwest Region Speedweek. While the journey to the track took awhile, the Warsaw, Mo., native made quick work of the competition in the...more
Lucas Oil ASCS Off to Elma for $10,092-to-Win...

Lucas Oil ASCS Off to Elma for $10,092-to-Win...

7/14/2009
[b Lucas Oil ASCS Off to Elma for $10,092-to-Win Fred Brownfield Memorial] Lonnie Wheatley, TULSA, Okla. (July 14, 2009) – The Lucas Oil ASCS Sprint Car Dirt Series presented by K&N Filters has covered a lot of ground in its initial 17 years of competition, completing events at over 100 different tracks in 22 different states throughout the nation. But, the National series has never been to the Northwest. That changes this weekend, as the Lucas Oil Sprint Car Series takes to the high-banked,...more
Trevor Lewis Dominates Sunday Night ASCS Patriot

Trevor Lewis Dominates Sunday Night ASCS Patriot

7/13/2009
[b Trevor Lewis Dominates Sunday Night ASCS Patriot Special at Cayuga County] Rich Vleck, WEEDSPORT, NY (July 12, 2009) - After a tough break in a “racing deal” on Friday Night, Trevor Lewis and his McClaren Motorsports No. 21L team were on a mission and they proved it Sunday Night to dominate the 25-lap A-Verdi A-Main. Lewis, of Upper Black Eddy, PA, took the lead from Jason Barney going in to turn three on the opening lap and never looked back, letting nothing phase him for his second Lucas...more
Mann Defends Super Race Day Title

Mann Defends Super Race Day Title

7/12/2009
T.J. Buffenbarger, OWENDALE, Mich. (July 11, 2009) - Brett Mann captured his second straight Super Race Day win at Owendale Speedway in Saturday night's 25-lap Engine Pro ASCS Sprints on Dirt presented by ARP main event. Mann successfully defended his Super Race Day title after starting on the front row and holding off challenges from Steve Irwin and series point leader Gregg Dalman. “Steve (Irwin) spun his tires on the start and I was able to get ahead of him,” said Mann about the initial...more
Edwards Whistles Dixie for First ASCS Rebel Win

Edwards Whistles Dixie for First ASCS Rebel Win

7/12/2009
Lonnie Wheatley, WOODSTOCK, Ga. (July 11, 2009) – Ohio's Gary Edwards made the most of his weekend visit to Georgia by capturing his first career American Sprint Car Series feature win in Saturday night's 25-lap ASCS Rebel main event at Dixie Speedway. And he did it in dramatic fashion, racing into the lead in the final corner after Matt Kurtz suffered engine woes that denied a weekend sweep after taking his first win one night earlier. Edwards paced the opening seven circuits before Kurtz...more