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NEWS & NOTES

 

 

Caraccilo Bounces Back for California Lightning Sprint Win !

(Torrance, CA, June 21, 2017) Charlie Caraccilo bounced back from a big disappointment two weeks prior at the Ventura Raceway to win the California Lightning Sprint Car Series/USAC main event last Saturday night at the Bakersfield Speedway. The victory was Caraccilo’s first with the CLS since August of last year at the Santa Maria Raceway.

Two weeks earlier at Ventura, Caraccilo was on fire. He out qualified the field, won his heat race and was a good bet to win the main event to score the clean sweep on the night. Then it all unraveled in a hurry when he was involved in a tangle in turn one on the first lap of the main. His car had some damage, but he still he made the restart. However,, he did not get in two laps before retiring for the night. 

Things were much different at Bakersfield last Saturday. While he won his heat race once again, Caraccilo only qualified 7th fastest in the 21-car field. But, when it mattered the most, he performed to perfection and won the main.

The Madera based veteran started on the outside of the second row in the 25-lapper. He was behind front row starters Ken Coulston Bermuda Dunes and always fast two-time CLS champion Brent Sexton of Lakeside. When the green flag finally flew for the main on the scorching day that saw the thermometer blast into three-digits, rookie Coulston surprised everyone by getting the jump and leading veteran Sexton and Caracillo, who was in the white Jaspar Engines & Transmission/Sterling Auto Repair/Tom’s Truck Repair/Campus Automotive/Fast Line Cycles/DLX/2006 Suzuki GSXR 1000 #87.

Coulston did will holding off all the seasoned veterans until the end of the fourth circuit when Caraccilo claimed the top sport with an inside pass. By that time, Placentia’s Dan Hillberg, who started fifth, had found his way past Sexton and was running third.

Once out front Caracillo established a comfortable lead. He and his pursuers got into the lapped traffic at the end of the sixth go round. Four-time series champ Bobby Michnowicz of Lomita, who won at Bakersfield in April, took the low road around one of the lappers with Hillberg going high in turn one. Michnowicz beat Hillberg off turn two to take third and less than a lap later, he stole second away from Coulston. 

Michnowicz’ past prowess over the years at Bakersfield saw him looking good in the eyes of veteran CLS watchers. However, just as fast he took second from Coulston, he slowed and pulled to the infield with mechanical ills at the end of lap seven. 

Michnowicz misfortune gave Caraccilo a half straight away lead and handed second back to Coulston. The rookie driver maintained the second-place spot until Hillberg raced around for the position at the end of lap nine. 

The first yellow in the main event came out on lap 10 when Sexton went around in turn two. That wiped out Caraccilo’s big advantage and moved Hillberg onto his tail for the restart. Coulston, Dickey and point Jarrett Kramer of Spring Valley made up the rest of the top five.

Carracilo got a great restart and by the time the field roared off turn two, he was four car lengths ahead of Hillberg. Kramer got a good restart as well and used the inside to take fourth away from Indiana native Dickey. Kramer continued his march towards the front one lap later when he took the third place from Coulston.

By the time there were only 10-laps to go, Carracilo was gone once again and had a very comfortable lead over Hillberg who now had his hands full with Kramer who was charging in the #14. Kramer’s persistence paid off and he took second from Hillberg at the stripe on lap 18. Less than three laps later, Hillberg, who refused to quit digging, returned the favor and raced around the outside of Kramer to reclaim second.

By the time Hillberg got back into second, Caraccilo had opened nearly a full straight away lead and the only thing that slowed him was a massive pack of lapped cars. Still when the checkered waved, he was a half straight in front of second place Hillberg. Kramer stayed in third and was followed across the line by Lakewood teen Aiden Lange and Coulston. 

Rookie Robb Pelmear of Ventura was the race “Hard Charger” moving from 18th to 12th in the main.

Earlier in the night Lange picked up his second ever CLS fast time when he out qualified the 21-car field with a lap of 13.258. Michnowicz was second quick at 13.276 and Bruce Douglass of Ventura, who did not start the main event, was third fast at 13.290. 

Besides Caraccilo, Michnowicz and Lakewood’s Wyatt Downing, who was using a car he and his father recently put together, won the other two heat races.

Kramer maintained his position at the top of the championship standings, but he now has a new pursuer in second. Impressive teen Lange moved up into the second spot for the first time in his CLS career. He trails Kramer by 71-points. 2016 Rookie of the Year Cody Nigh is third and is only 8-points behind Lange. Michnowicz and Palmdale’s Eric Greco round out the top five. 

There is no rest for the CLS as this Saturday they journey to the Santa Maria Raceway for the only time in 2017. Joining the CLS will be the Racesavers Winged Sprint Cars, Santa Maria Dwarf Cars, Mini Stocks, NMRA Three-Quarter Midgets and Mini Dwarfs.

The Santa Maria Raceway is located at 1900 Hutton Road in Nippomo (93444). The track phone number is: (805) 922-2232. Fans can visit the track website by clicking on the following link: http://www.santamariaraceway.com/ 

The California Lightning Sprint Car Series would like to thank the following sponsors for helping make the 2017 season possible: Christian Stover Foundation, Circle Track Performance, Cold Fire West, DK Fabrication, Extreme Muffler, Fast Undercar, Hoosier Tire, Keizer Wheels, Outlaw Wings, Racing Optics, Rod End Supply, Saldana Race Products, Sander Engineering, Speedmart, Speed Partz, Super Shocks, T Shirts by Timeless, Woodland Auto Display.

If you or your company would like to become part of the series for the 2017 season, please call Bobby Michnowicz at: (310) 320-5569.

To keep up with the CLS online, please visit the website at: http://racecls.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/californialightningsprints/

Bakersfield Results (with starting positions)
1. Charlie Carracilo – Madera – 4th 
2. Dan Hillberg – Placentia – 5th
3. Jarrett Kramer – Spring Valley – 7th
4. Aiden Lange – Lakewood – 9th
5. Ken Coulston – Bermuda Dunes – 1st
6. Chris Dickey – Murrieta – 3rd
7. Cody Nigh – Camarillo – 6th 
8. Brent Sexton – Lakeside – 2nd
9. Wyatt Downing – Lakewood – 10th
10. James Turnbull – Indio – 14th 
11. Eric Greco – Palmdale – 12th 
12. Robb Pelmear – Ventura – 18th 
13. Dominic Del Monte – Gardena – 13th 
14. Dale Gamer – Anaheim – 15th 
15. Frank Ditmar – Lakewood - 19th 
16. James Heling – San Bernardino – 11th
17. Bobby Michnowicz – 8th 
18. Pat Kelley – Chino – 17th 
19. Jon Robertson – Torrance – 16th 

 

 

 

Pittman and Herbert Winners in Len West Memorial

Posted 2017-06-19 at 08:46

The O'Reilly Auto Parts Granite State Mini Sprint Club was all set for the Len West Memorial Doubleheader weekend but Mother Nature had other plans with Friday Nights' action at Legion Speedway washed out by rain, leaving just Saturday night action at The Bear Ridge Speedway in Bradford, VT

The 500cc Main Event was first up with the #45 of Eric Relation and the #60 of Kyle Pittman comprising the front row. When the green flew Kyle Pittman sized the lead and held it for the entire race to take a convincing victory. While Pittman may have led the entire event it was still a highly entertaining affair as the battle for second back had positions being swapped every lap. Ed Vickery in his #48 settled into second early in the feature and even made a brief run at leader Pittman. At the halfway point of the feature Vickery was still second but was starting to fade a little. Will Pinkham Jr, who started in the tenth position in his #54, arrived in third a little before halfway and set his sights on Vickery. While Pinkham Jr was stalking Vickery the #6 of Ken Stridsburg was the man on the move, catching Pinkham Jr for third with five laps to go and then rocketing by Vickery the next lap to move to second, bringing Pinkham Jr with him to third. That is how they ran the last four laps with Kyle Pittman taking his first win of the year with Ken Stridsburg second and Will Pinkham Jr third. Ed Vickery held on for fourth with Tyler Vickery in the #46 fifth.

The O'Reilly Auto Parts Granite State Mini Sprint Club was all set for the Len West Memorial Doubleheader weekend but Mother Nature had other plans with Friday Nights' action at Legion Speedway washed out by rain, leaving just Saturday night action at The Bear Ridge Speedway in Bradford, VT

The 500cc Main Event was first up with the #45 of Eric Relation and the #60 of Kyle Pittman comprising the front row. When the green flew Kyle Pittman sized the lead and held it for the entire race to take a convincing victory. While Pittman may have led the entire event it was still a highly entertaining affair as the battle for second back had positions being swapped every lap. Ed Vickery in his #48 settled into second early in the feature and even made a brief run at leader Pittman. At the halfway point of the feature Vickery was still second but was starting to fade a little. Will Pinkham Jr, who started in the tenth position in his #54, arrived in third a little before halfway and set his sights on Vickery. While Pinkham Jr was stalking Vickery the #6 of Ken Stridsburg was the man on the move, catching Pinkham Jr for third with five laps to go and then rocketing by Vickery the next lap to move to second, bringing Pinkham Jr with him to third. That is how they ran the last four laps with Kyle Pittman taking his first win of the year with Ken Stridsburg second and Will Pinkham Jr third. Ed Vickery held on for fourth with Tyler Vickery in the #46 fifth.

Dick Lamotte in the #18 sat on the pole for the 600cc event with John Mills in his #83 starting to his outside. Shortly after the green flag flew Zach Herbert in the #14 made a bold move to sweep into the lead, a spot he would hold for the rest of the race. Lamotte and Mills ran in the top three for an extended period of time until Mills spun, causing a yellow. On the restart Herbert pulled away from the #7 of Drew Eldridge as a battle between Lamotte and last week's winner Tony Shaw in the #20 raged for third with Shaw eventually securing the spot. While the battle for third ensued John Mills was working his way back toward the front passing both Lamotte and Shaw late in the race to secure third spot. At the checkers it was Zach Herbert for the win with Drew Eldridge second and John Mills third. Tony Shaw was fourth with Kyle Pittman in the #9 also making a late race pass to secure fifth
Heat Race wins went to Kyle Pittman and Matthew Collins in the 500cc's with John Mills winning the 600cc Heat.

The O'Reilly Auto Parts Granite State Mini Sprints return to action again July 8th at The Bear Ridge Speedway.

 

 

 

Midwest Lightning Sprints

Race Results - June 17th, 2017

I-35 Speedway

Mother Nature won the races at I-35 Saturday. Ran the heats but races were called at intermission. Features will be run at a later date. MLS thanks B-Mod driver #91 Eddie Schwope for being a last minute driver in #9s owned by Chris Schofield.

HEAT

1st. # B20 Tom Brown started 1st.
2nd. #01 Bobby Layne started 2nd....
3rd. #2 Jason Billups started 3rd.
4th. # 94 Ryan Secrest started 4th.
5th. #9s Eddie Schwope started 5th.

 

 

 

Greenbush Raceway Park Results

6-17-2017

Heat 1

1)  4 - Eric Johnson

2)  6H - Brody Hutton

3)  21 - Steve Hildebrand

4)  30M - Parker Monroe

5)  18E - Charles Davis

Heat 2

1)  13 - Alan Truscinski

2)  22 - Brandon Johnson

3)  93 - Kelsi Pederson

4)  17k - Zachary Kwiatkoski

5)  40 - Lawrence Veralrud

Heat 3

1)  11 - DexterDvergsten

2)  10 - Alex Truscinski

3)  9 - Kevin Thomas Sr.

4)  2k - Presley Truedson

5)  18 - Ryan Davis

Feature

1)  6h - Brody Hutton

2)  22 - Brandon Johnson

3)  13 - Alan Truscinski

4)  11 - Dexter Dvergsten

5)  93 - Kelsi Pederson

6)  9 - Kevin Thomas Sr. 

7)  4 - Eric Johnson

8)  10 - Alex Truscinski

9)  2k - Presley Truedson

10)  40 - Lawrence Veralrud

11)  18e - Charles Davis

12)  30m - Parker Monroe

13)  17k - Zachary Kwiatkoski

14)  21 - Steve Hildebrand

dns)  18 - Ryan Davis

 

 

 

Mother Nature Wins WIMS Again !

So far, the big winner in 2017 has been rain, with the 3rd claiming the June 17 race.

Please make every effort to make the June 24 Beaver Dam race. Bring your transponders.

 

 

 

Holm Hot at Deming

6/16/17

Everson, WA - A huge crowd took in a great night of racing at Deming Speedway, with racing action presented by Robinson & Kole, Pacific Coast Auto Center, O’Reilly Auto Parts and Meenderinck LLC. Race winners on the night were Tanner Holm, Chance Crum, Nick Evans, Blaine Granberg and Peyton Drake.

Riley Watkins looked to be on his way to his first win in the Speedmart Hoosier 600 Open class, before a series of late race restarts gave Tanner Holm the chance he'd been looking for. The race went caution three times over laps 19 and 20, and on each ensuing restart, Watkins would accelerate at roughly the same time and take the same line into turn one. Holm started behind Watkins each time and on the final shot, had learned enough that he could bonzai Riley on the inside of turn one, forcing Watkins into the slick in the middle of turn two and take the lead from him. That’s exactly how Holm executed it, taking the lead from Watkins and rolling away to the race win, his second of the year and first with the wing on. Watkins would settle for second with Kevin Wilkinson taking third and Jared Peterson taking hard charger.

In the Shots 2 Go Espresso 1200’s, Chance Crum timed up a slidejob to perfection in taking his fifth overall win of the year at Deming Speedway and fourth in the class. Crum tailed Jared Gundersen for about ten circuits, running an extremely similar line to the leader while waiting for his moment. That moment came on lap 22, when Crum had a huge run into turn three that gave him just enough clearance to complete his slidejob for the lead at the exit of the corner. Gundersen tried to rally back underneath Chance but it was all for not as Crum took the win, followed by Gundersen and JJ Hickle who charged from 11th to 3rd in earning his hard charger award.

The Northwest Focus Midget Series made their third appearance of the season at Deming Speedway and when the dust settled, Nick Evans earned his second victory of the year at the track, Nick took the lead on lap two and had things relatively easy until a late race restart gave eventual second place finisher Chance Crum a shot at him on a green white checkered restart. Evans kept his poise and hit his marks over the final couple of laps to pick up the win, with Crum in the two spot and Greg Thornhill taking third. Ryan Cully charged from 11th to 4th to pick up the hard charger award.

Blaine Granberg went wire to wire for his first win in the Mytrafficman.NET 600 Restricted division. The pressure on Granberg was intense as Peyton Hagen was all over Granberg from about lap five on. Following a lap 19 restart, Hagen and Granberg collided out of turn four, with Blaine stuck outside pointed towards the infield and Peyton inside hard on the throttle. Hagen lifted at about the midpoint of the straight away, allowing Granberg to straighten out and reassume his run, ending up with his first victory in the class. Hagen was second with Tyler McLeod taking third. Parker Hadlock was the hard charger, moving forward nine spots in the main event.

The Kasey Kahne Junior Sprint division saw a first time winner on Friday night, as Peyton Drake led every lap to grab his first Deming Speedway win. Drake faced intense pressure late race nearly all race long, first from Baker Fagerlie then later from Mitchell Helsel. Helsel gave Drake a big run in the final turn, pulling even with Peyton in the final turns, but the night belonged to Drake as he kept his foot in the throttle and drove past to take the win. Jesson Jacobson used Helsel’s aggressiveness to his advantage, scooting past Helsel coming out of turn four to take the runner up spot, relegating Helsel to third. Kane Van Sickle was the hard charger.

 

 

 

Empire State News

June 11, 2017

Race Teams, 


The race scheduled on Friday June 16th at Glenridge Motorsports-park has been cancelled as the track transitions to new leadership and Sunday night racing. However they will be hosting an open practice session scheduled for Sunday June 18th.
The Race originally scheduled for Friday June 16th HAS been Re-scheduled for Sunday July 2nd.
Also the race Scheduled for Friday August 4th has been Re-Scheduled to Sunday August 6th, the schedule will be modified and uploaded to the website to reflect these changes, Sorry for any inconveniences !

 

 

 

Ty Tilton Wins Wingless AMSA at Waynesfield

June 10, 2017

The Performance Powder Coating AMSA Mini Sprints went wingless for the first time this season.  The wingless A-main was brought to the start by Cody Downard in the 3D and Chris Bounds in the 65.  The first start was not a success as Dustin Downard brought out the first caution.  One the second start, Bounds took off and claimed the opening lap.  Tayte Williamson moved into the second spot until his 88 blew up causing him to retire from the A-main.  A yellow flag followed for an incident in turn four.  Back under green, Bounds continued to work on his lead over the rest of the field.  Lima’s Ty Tilton jumped into the fourth spot as the field approached the halfway mark.  A yellow flag following allowed the field to restack for the restart.  The restart was a good one for Brad Racer as he pushed his car into the second spot.  As laps began to click down, Tilton began to catch Bounds by working the top side of the track.  Tilton’s run for the lead was cut short when a red flag was flown for Brad Racer who caught fire.  With the field restacked for 3 laps of racing, Tilton used the restart to his advantage, getting a great jump to claim the lead.  Tilton came home with the win.  Gunnar Lucius finished in second with Chris Bounds finishing in third after leading a majority of the race.  Lucius, Tilton, and Williamson claimed the heat race wins.

Heat 1 – (8 Laps)

1. 22-Gunnar Lucius[1] ; 2. 44W-Chris Whipple[4] ; 3. 23S-Brad Strunk[7] ; 4. 11-Corey Bedwell[6] ; 5. 44-Nick Daugherty [2] ; 6. 22K-Justin Kirk[8] ; 7. 8JR-Bear Woods[5] ; 8. 7X-Taylor Cox[3]

Heat 2 – (8 Laps)

1. 42-Ty Tilton[6] ; 2. 65-Chris Bounds[7] ; 3. 22B-Brad Racer[3] ; 4. 1H-Korbyn Hayslett[2] ; 5. 81H-Anthony Haas[5] ; 6. 72-Josh Chess[1] ; 7. 1K-Ron Kimmel[4]

Heat 3 – (8 Laps)
1. 88-Tayte Williamson[1] ; 2. 3D-Cody Downard[2] ; 3. 71-Stratton Briggs[6] ; 4. 11G-Cory Guingrich[3] ; 5. 17-Dustin Downard[8] ; 6. 22A-Kobe Allison[4] ; 7. 33-Andrew Heitkamp[5] ; 8. 7M-Mike Hessel[7]

A-Main 1 – (20 Laps)
1. 42-Ty Tilton[5] ; 2. 22-Gunnar Lucius[6] ; 3. 65-Chris Bounds[2] ; 4. 81H-Anthony Haas[14] ; 5. 23S-Brad Strunk[7] ; 6. 22A-Kobe Allison[18] ; 7. 44-Nick Daugherty [13] ; 8. 44W-Chris Whipple[3] ; 9. 1H-Korbyn Hayslett[11] ; 10. 11-Corey Bedwell[10] ; 11. 72-Josh Chess[17] ; 12. 1K-Ron Kimmel[20] ; 13. 22K-Justin Kirk[16] ; 14. 22B-Brad Racer[8] ; 15. 11G-Cory Guingrich[12] ; 16. 7M-Mike Hessel[23] ; 17. 3D-Cody Downard[1] ; 18. 71-Stratton Briggs[9] ; 19. 17-Dustin Downard[15] ; 20. 88-Tayte Williamson[4] ; 21. 7X-Taylor Cox[22] 

 

 

 

RMLSA Night # 5 win goes to Dave McCray!!!!!

June 9, 2017 -- Race night #5 for 2017 saw 24 cars invade El paso County Raceway. A warm day led to a hot night of racing. Heat races were won by #23 Cullen Potoker, #31 Steve Becker and #61 Jesse Fernandez. The feature saw the #23 of Potoker take the lead for the first half of the feature. The #17C of Dave McCray took over the lead and never looked back. Behind them the #23 of Potoker, the #20 Of Dale Johnston, the #61 of Jesse Fernandez , and the #0 of BJ Sauer battled till the end, with the #20 of Johnston finishing second, followed by the #61 of Fernandez. The top 5 was rounded out by the #23 of Potoker and the #0 Of Sauer. 6th was #2 Blaine Schubarth, 7th 24B Jonny Boos, 8th #61 Frank Martinez, 9th #31-Steve Becker, 10th #3J Joel Mellon, 11th-#3 Rick Marchbank, 12th- #50 Jason Woods, 13th- #9 Dylan Riggs, 14th-# 13 Josiah King, 15th-#57 Andrew Danials, #16-#15 Danny Estep, 17th-# 17L Deneen Leturgez, 18th-# 26 Chris Crowder, 19th-# 60 Gary Hellen, 20th-##2Z John Fraiser, 21st -# 8 Vicky Mills, 22nd-# 25 Michael Rotramel, 23rd-# 9F Andy Flood -#10 Ken Brown DNS.

 

 

 

NLSA Results

6.04.17 Buffalo River Race Park

A Feature 1: 1. 9-Kevin Thomas Sr., [2]; 2. 2-Presley Truedson, [4]; 3. 11M-Brendan Mullen, [3]; 4. 16-Josh Abrahamson, [1]; 5. 1-Mark Williams, [9]; 6. 18-Ryan Davis, [6]; 7. 100-Jason Berg, [7]; 8. (DNF) 18E-Charles Davis, [8]; (DNS) 11-Dexter Dvergsten,

Heat 1: 1. 11M-Brendan Mullen, [1]; 2. 16-Josh Abrahamson, [2]; 3. 2-Presley Truedson, [4]; 4. 11-Dexter Dvergsten, [7]; 5. 9-Kevin Thomas Sr., [9]; 6. 18-Ryan Davis, [3]; 7. 100-Jason Berg, [5]; 8. 18E-Charles Davis, [6]; 9. 1-Mark Williams, [8]

 

 

 

S. Kinney BCRA Winner at Placerville

Placerville Speedway June 3, 2017 – Midget Lite Results

Heat #1: 1. #74k Kayla Green, 2. #78 Terry Bergstrom, 3. #25k Hunter Kinney,       4. #25 Scott Kinney, 5. #14e Emilee Lundgren, 6. #72s Craig Dillard, 7. #84 Stuart Gohering, 8. #3f Brandon Leedy

Main Event: 1. #25 Scott Kinney, 2. #25k Hunter Kinney, 3. #14e Emilee Lundgren, 4. #74k Kayla Green, 5. #72s Craig Dillard, 6. #78 Terry Bergstrom, 7. #3f Brandon Leedy, 8. #84 Stuart Gohering

 

 

 

Henning Wins MMSA Feature at Tri State Speedway

May 28, 2017

The MMSA Mini Sprints competed to wrap up the triple header, here at Haubstat.  Rod Henning was victorious in finishing ahead of Beau Binder, Andrew Bradley, Jesse Vermillion, and Scott Bradley.  Henning and Binder won the two preliminary heats.

 

 

 

Here's the latest information from Mike Long regarding the upcoming USAC sanctioning

Thank you to all for the strong participation in the last three conference calls. We have accomplished our goals and created a foundation to move forward with. To recap where we are, the updated rules are attached. These will now be packaged as a National rule book and redistributed when completed.

I want to thank Levi Jones for spending time with us to answer questions and announce the $10K points fund for 2017. USAC specifics are:

1. Individual groups/clubs will maintain internal control of their series, including but not limited to all financials, tech, procedural calls (line ups) and scheduling

2. Racers will not be required to join USAC and will serve no penalty for not doing so

a. Only USAC registered drivers will be eligible for National Points in sanctioned event.

    i.  Registration will open Jan. 1, 2017

b. Points will be awarded for actual finishing position only.

    i. Points are weighted by total car count per race

c. The drivers membership with USAC would provide them with the extra participant accident insurance

     i. Membership fee is $150 annually

3. Groups / clubs, with registered drivers, will be required to schedule a minimum of 10 USAC sanctioned races per season

a. Groups are permitted to hold events outside of USAC sanction

b.Sanctioned races will be noted upon issue of season schedule

4. Tracks will communicate and deal with each series directly

a. Any participating track would need to supply the group a valid Certificate of Insurance (COI) for a 1 million dollar general liability policy covering the entire year. All scheduled tracks will have their insurance provider email this to Levi at USAC.  

5. Points fund breakdown (thank you all for your ideas – I merged them below)

1. $3000

2. $2000

3. $1500

4. $800

5. $700

6. $600

7. $500

8. $400

9. $300

10. $200

6. Top three finishing positions will be recognized at USAC Night of Champions banquet in Indianapolis during PRI show every December.

We still have a few more things to iron out. I will be in communication with Levi and look forward to seeing you all next Saturday morning at the Museum of American Speed at 9am.

 

 

 

 


 

Now as you can see to the left, there are quite a few of the organizations that have yet to develop a website (indicated with white background)...however several of them do have email address'. If you go to the bottom of each information page, you can find the names and address', and phone numbers for those organizations. If you have any update information, please pass on pertinent info. Thanks.

 

 


Your comments and suggestions are welcome, if you would like to link your mini sprint racing association, please email me at adavis_11@yahoo.com  .

 

 

Buy it at.... 

msr101book.htm

A Guide to Getting Started.

Upright Mini Sprint racing is one of the fastest growing segments of open wheel racing.  The class which features open wheel racers similar in size to a full-size midget, but powered by a motorcycle engine, have become a popular stepping stone for today's youth as well as a economical playground for the weekend warrior.  The cars run on both paved and dirt ovals around the world with the heaviest concentration in the United States.

Mini Sprint Racing 101 covers everything you need to know about getting started in the sport:

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Selecting the right class of racing

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What is an upright mini sprint?

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A complete list of where mini sprints race

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Understanding the engines used in mini sprints

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Working with a chain drive car

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Safety requirements

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Buying your first mini sprint

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Buyer's Guide

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Rebuilding a used mini sprint

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The basics of setting up a mini sprint

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What will you need to go to the track

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Before you get out on the track

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2017 parade of champions

 

 

 

 

 

 - NLSA Champion (CN)

 

 

 - Rocky Mtn. Lightning Sprints

 

 

  -- Colorado 1200 Outlaws

 

 

 Midwest Mini Sprint Assoc.

 

 

 Midwest Lightning Sprints

 

 

 American Mini Sprint Assoc.

 

 

  -- BCRA Midget Lites

 

 

 -- Deming Speedway (WA) /NMSA - 1200's 

 

 

-- Deming Speedway (WA)/NMSA - 600's

 

 

 - Deming Speedway (WA)/NMSA - 600 R

 

 

 - Western Outlaws (UT)

 

 

 - Wisc. Mini Sprints

 

 

 -- Southern States Mini Sprints

 

 

  -- Black Hills Mini Sprint Tour

 

 

 Lake Speedway (ND)

 

 

  --Granite State Mini Sprint Assoc. - 600cc Class

 

 

  --Granite State Mini Sprint Assoc. - 500cc Class

 

 

 --  Western Slope Lightning Sprints (CO)

 

 

  -- Greenbush Race Park (MN)

 

 

 Illinois Lightning Sprints Series

 

 

 California Lightning Sprints

 

 

 -- Mod. Midgets of New Mexico

 

 

 -- Lightning Sprint Quebec (AMSQ)

 

 

 Florida Mini Sprint Assoc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                   

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