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ASCS Patriots & SOD Collide at Ohsweken

ASCS Patriots & SOD Collide at Ohsweken

6/30/2009
Rich Vleck, TULSA, Okla. (June 29, 2009)- For the second consecutive year, two of the most prominent regions in ASCS will celebrate the American Independence Holiday North of the Border at one of North America’s finest dirt tracks. The Lucas Oil ASCS Patriot Region and Engine Pro ASCS Sprints on Dirt presented by ARP meet halfway between the regional bases at Ohsweken in Southern Ontario. Friday, July 3 will be the Second Annual Northern Summer Nationals, this year presented by Corr/Pak...more
ASCS Southwest Back to Action Saturday at USA!

ASCS Southwest Back to Action Saturday at USA!

6/30/2009
Lonnie Wheatley, TULSA, Okla. (June 29, 2009) – After a wild night of wingless ASCS Canyon Region competition at USA Raceway, the winged forces of the ASCS Southwest Region are back in the spotlight at Tucson's 3/8-mile clay oval this Saturday night. Saturday's card is also Round Three of the Discount Tire Co. ASCS Challenge Series, a slate of eight designated events crossing over from the wingless Canyon Region to the winged Southwest Region. Charles Davis, Jr., who topped this past Saturday...more
ASCS Midwest Ready for Nebraska Double Dip

ASCS Midwest Ready for Nebraska Double Dip

6/30/2009
ASCS Midwest Ready for Nebraska Double Dip Lonnie Wheatley, TULSA, Okla. (June 29, 2009) – There will be plenty of fireworks in Nebraska this weekend as the American Sprint Car Series Midwest Region scatters the clay for two nights on Thursday and Friday. On Thursday night, the series takes to Nebraska Raceway Park's I-80 Speedway before moving on to McCool Junction's Junction Motor Speedway on Friday night. After becoming the series first repeat winner of 2009 by topping Friday night's event...more
ASCS Gulf South Fireworks at Texana Raceway Park

ASCS Gulf South Fireworks at Texana Raceway Park

6/30/2009
Lonnie Wheatley, TULSA, Okla. (June 29, 2009) – The American Sprint Car Series Gulf South Region is set for its Eighth Annual Fourth of July Weekend Spectacular with two nights of action atop the high-banked, 5/16-mile Texana Raceway Park dirt oval in Edna, TX, this Friday and Saturday. The pair of weekend events put the ASCS Gulf South Region at the midpoint of the 2009 season with 19-year-old Aaron Reutzel of Clute, TX, in the driver's seat to become the series' sixth different...more
Lucas Oil ASCS Set for Rock N Roll 50 at Riverside

Lucas Oil ASCS Set for Rock N Roll 50 at Riverside

6/30/2009
Lonnie Wheatley, TULSA, Okla. (June 29, 2009) – Fifty laps. It's a distance that none can recall in any past ASCS National event. But, if all goes according to plan, that's what is in store as the Lucas Oil ASCS Sprint Car Dirt Series presented by K&N Filters makes its grand return to Riverside Speedway in West Memphis, AR, with this weekend's Rock 'N Roll 50. Two full nights of the nation's most intense Sprint Car racing, both to be taped for later broadcast on VERSUS, will culminate with...more
Davis Breaks Out the broom in ASCS Canyon Region

Davis Breaks Out the broom in ASCS Canyon Region

6/29/2009
Lonnie Wheatley, TUCSON, Ariz. (June 27, 2009) – Charles Davis, Jr., enjoyed a perfect night at USA Raceway, topping it off with his third Discount Tire Co. ASCS Canyon Region win of the season to extend his series points lead in the process. After winning both his heat race and the dash, Davis led all 30-lap of the main event to complete a sweep of the night's racing action aboard the Don Ott-powered Massey Motorsports No. 50 DRC. Besting a field of 31 entries, Davis took the checkered flag...more
Ramey Ropes ASCS Lone Star Win at Cowtown

Ramey Ropes ASCS Lone Star Win at Cowtown

6/29/2009
Lonnie Wheatley, KENNEDALE, Texas (June 27, 2009) – Kevin Ramey became the first repeat winner in American Sprint Car Series Lone Star Region competition by winning Saturday night's 25-lap feature event atop the high-banked, ¼-mile Cowtown Speedway clay oval. Advancing from the third row, Ramey took the point away from race-long leader George White on the 18th round en route to the $2,000 triumph aboard the Williams Motorsports Wells-powered City Vending/Melray Oil & Gas No. 7m entry. The...more
Johnson Denies Bryant for Third Consecutive Score

Johnson Denies Bryant for Third Consecutive Score

6/29/2009
Moves Into Tie for Lucas Oil ASCS Point Lead with Lake Ozark Triumph! Lonnie Wheatley, ELDON, Mo. (June 27, 2009) – Prior to Saturday night's Third Annual Daniel McMillin Memorial at Lake Ozark Speedway, there hadn't been a repeat winner in nine Lucas Oil ASCS Sprint Car Dirt Series presented by K&N Filters feature events in 2009 including a handful of Speedweek tilts. It took the reigning series champion, Jason Johnson of Eunice, LA, to change that stat as he denied Tommy Bryant's eye-opening...more
Zimbardi Makes ASCS Patriot Statement at Stateline

Zimbardi Makes ASCS Patriot Statement at Stateline

6/29/2009
Rich Vleck, JAMESTOWN, N.Y. (June 27, 2009) - When Jared Zimbardi redraw seventh for his A-Main starting spot Saturday Night at Stateline he figured his winless streak would continue to grow. Much to his surprise he was wrong and ended the night in Victory Lane. Zimbardi, of Little Valley, NY, made a late-race wing adjustment pay off by moving underneath Bobby Breen coming to complete the 23rd lap held on for his first Lucas Oil ASCS Patriot A-Main win in nearly two years. In a thrilling yet...more
Crockett Covers ASCS Regional at Great Falls

Crockett Covers ASCS Regional at Great Falls

6/29/2009
Shawn Miller, GREAT FALLS, Mont. (June 27, 2009) – It was anything but a routine victory for Roger Crockett in Saturday night's 30-lap ASCS Rocky Mountain vs. Northwest finale at Electric City Speedway. But, to little surprise, the ASCS Northwest Region's winningest driver used a late-race pass to claim the victory. "That's why it's so entertaining for the fans because you never know what's going to happen," said Crockett, who now has seven Northwest Region wins over the past two seasons. "We...more