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ASCS SOD Labors for Bonus Honors at Winston and Cr

ASCS SOD Labors for Bonus Honors at Winston and Cr...

8/31/2010
T.J. Buffenbarger, TULSA, Okla. (August 30, 2010) - The Engine Pro ASCS Sprints on Dirt presented by ARP spends Labor Day weekend working the short tracks at Winston Speedway and Crystal Motor Speedway for the series final appearance at both tracks during the 2010 season. Along with the tight battle for the points lead for the overall series championship between Ryan Grubaugh and Gregg Dalman, there are other honors at stake. Both events at Winston and Crystal mark an end to the 2010...more
ASCS Midwest at I-80 Speedway on Friday!

ASCS Midwest at I-80 Speedway on Friday!

8/31/2010
Lonnie Wheatley, TULSA, Okla. (August 30, 2010) – This coming Labor Day Holiday weekend kicks off with the American Sprint Car Series Midwest Region taking to Nebraska Raceway Park’s I-80 Speedway on Friday night. Friday’s card atop the 4/10-mile dirt oval marks one last tune up opportunity prior to the Nebraska Cup weekend on September 10-12 that includes events at Warrensburg, MO, McCool Junction, NE, and then Eagle, NE. Friday’s card marks the fifth night of ASCS Midwest action at I-80...more
ASCS Gulf South Set for Labor Day Weekend Triple!

ASCS Gulf South Set for Labor Day Weekend Triple!

8/31/2010
Lonnie Wheatley, TULSA, Okla. (August 30, 2010) – The American Sprint Car Series Gulf South Region will be in full force action with a complete set of three events in southeast Texas over this Labor Day holiday weekend. The weekend kicks off at Beaumont’s Golden Triangle Raceway Park on Friday night, shifts to the Gator Motorplex in Willis on Saturday night and then wraps up at Lufkin’s Speedarama Raceway on Sunday night. The triple could prove crucial in Ray Allen Kulhanek’s drive for a...more
ASCS Canyon Region Ready for Hank Arnold Memorial

ASCS Canyon Region Ready for Hank Arnold Memorial...

8/31/2010
Lonnie Wheatley, TULSA, Okla. (August 30, 2010) – With the worst of the Arizona desert heat presumably in the books, the wingless forces of the American Sprint Car Series Canyon Region return to action for a pair of nights this weekend at Tucson’s USA Raceway. The ASCS Canyon Region takes to the 3/8-mile USA Raceway clay oval for the annual Hank Arnold Memorial, which includes two full nights of competition on Saturday and Sunday. Leading the way into the weekend is Buckeye’s Charles Davis,...more
Dalman Makes Daring Pass for ASCS SOD Honors at Ow

Dalman Makes Daring Pass for ASCS SOD Honors at Ow...

8/30/2010
T.J. Buffenbarger, OWENDALE, Mich. (August 28, 2010) - Gregg Dalman kept his championship hopes alive by winning Saturday night’s Engine Pro ASCS Sprints on Dirt presented by ARP feature at Owendale Speedway. Dalman conserved his tires and made a daring outside pass of Davey Brown and pulled away during a late race restart to take the win. “We knew the track would be hard on tires, so I just tried to sit back and conserve a bit in the beginning,” said Dalman in victory lane. “I could see...more
There’s No Place Like Home for Crawley!

There’s No Place Like Home for Crawley!

8/30/2010
[i Takes First Lucas Oil ASCS Win of the Year at I-30] Lonnie Wheatley, LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (August 28, 2010) – “Home field advantage” is a term generally reserved for the stick-and-ball sorts, but Tim Crawley offered up some solid evidence that home-track advantage can definitely come into play in Saturday night’s 35-lap Lucas Oil ASCS presented by K&N Filters main event at I-30 Speedway. Racing just a few short miles from his Benton, AR, home, the three-time ASCS National champion read some...more
Howland Survives Scare for ASCS Patriot Win at Sta

Howland Survives Scare for ASCS Patriot Win at Sta...

8/30/2010
Rich Vleck, JAMESTOWN, N.Y. (August 28, 2010) - In baseball, Reggie Jackson was dubbed “Mr. October” for his late-season performances. In the Patriot Region, Bryan Howland’s late-season excellence could earn him the title “Mr. August.” Howland, of Auburn, NY, capitalized on a slight bobble by Tim Kelly on lap 18 to take the lead and drive away to score his fourth ASCS Patriot win of the season to capture the Insinger Race Fuels King of the Southern Tier Crown while strengthening his...more
ASCS Northwest Coos Bay Results Revised

ASCS Northwest Coos Bay Results Revised

8/24/2010
TULSA, Okla. (August 23, 2010) – A review of Saturday night’s American Sprint Car Series Northwest Region main event at Coos Bay Speedway has revealed errors that impacted the final reported finishing order. While the top three finishers (Henry Van Dam, Mitch Olson and Jason Solwold) remain the same, there were several changes throughout the balance of the field. With the corrected and revised finishing order, Roger Crockett retains the ASCS Northwest points lead by 23 points over Solwold with...more
Lucas Oil ASCS Double Dip This Weekend!

Lucas Oil ASCS Double Dip This Weekend!

8/23/2010
Lonnie Wheatley, TULSA, Okla. (August 23, 2010) – The second half of the 2010 Lucas Oil ASCS National presented by K&N Filters championship chase officially kicks off this weekend with a pair of unique ovals on the docket, including a new track to the series and a familiar one. The weekend kicks off with the Lucas Oil ASCS National forces invading Tri-City Speedway in Pontoon Beach, IL, for the first time in series history. It will also mark the first series event in the State of Illinois...more
Gabbard Takes ASCS Southwest Honors in Winged Debu

Gabbard Takes ASCS Southwest Honors in Winged Debu...

8/23/2010
Lonnie Wheatley, TUCSON, Ariz. (August 21, 2010) – Dalten Gabbard made the most of his winged Sprint Car debut by racing to victory lane in Saturday night’s 25-lap American Sprint Car Series Southwest Region feature event at USA Raceway. A rookie contender with the wingless ASCS Canyon Region, the 17-year-old donned wings for the first time and charged past R.J. Johnson for the lead on the ninth circuit en route to victory lane aboard the Arizona Heat Trucking No. 77d. Gabbard beat Johnson to...more