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...Upcoming Events...



Bay Cities Racing Association

Special Announcement

“Civil War Race with C.L.S.”

Saturday August 1, 2015

At Merced Speedway

A banked ¼ mile track; perfect for the Lites

Pill Draw for Heat Line-ups

Pill Draw for A Main Inversion in accordance with BCRA Rules

Guaranteed Purse:  $400.00 to Win & $100.00 to Start Main

As a reminder, this is a BCRA Winged point’s race.

BCRA Entry Fee $30.00 per car as usual

This race is sponsored by: Beard’s Power-Up Concrete Pumping

Steve Brown’s Diesel Repair, Turlock Roza Motorsports and BCRA.

Pit Gates open at 2:30pm; enter on 11th Street between MLK Dr. & G St.

Hot Laps @ 5:30pm, Racing @ 6:00pm; done by around 10:00pm


See you there !!!!





   Open Wheel Nationals

I-35 Speedway

Fri. 9th & Sat. 10th
This race will use the current 2015 National Lightning Sprint Rules

More information to come soon .... 






Ryan Wins Dual Features at 2015 Clay Cup Nationals


Everson, WA – It was a history making night at the 32nd annual Clay Cup Nationals at Deming Speedway. Liam Ryan became the first driver to ever win both 600 Open and 1200 main events in the Saturday night finale, claiming $12,500 in purse money for his efforts. On top of that, Ashley Thompson became the first female winner in the history of Clay Cup by winning the 600 Restricted division main.

The one race that had eluded Liam was the Speedmart Hoosier 600 Open win, as the Langley, BC racer had yet to score the win in the division he desired the most. From his inside pole position, Ryan led all 40 laps of the main event. Ryan held a comfortable advantage in the early going of the race, until slower traffic put a halt to his charge and allowed the pack of TJ Smith, Kyle Mitchell and Chance Crum to converge on him. Ryan managed to dispatch the slower cars on the ultra slick surface, but a lap 35 caution gave the aforementioned three a shot to take on Ryan in clean air. On the restart, Crum, who had advanced to second, gave Ryan a challenge low but Ryan was up to the task, pulling away to score the win and the $7,500 winner’s share of the purse. Crum collected his best Clay Cup finish in second and Mitchell out dueled Smith for third. Smith was fourth and Stan Yockey raced from the B Main to fifth. Shaun Holtorf won the B Main with Kyle Kennedy winning the C. Alden Ostrom was the lone driver to make the Alphabet running, starting his night in the C Main and finishing 10th in the A.

In the race previous, Liam went wire to wire for his fourth straight Clay Cup win in the Shots 2 Go Espresso 1200 division. Liam had a great start and ran most of the race without challenge save for the final few laps. Heavy traffic gave Brock Lemley a chance to close, and at the final stripe, Brock was within four car lengths, but the night belonged to Ryan who scored $5k for the victory. Lemley was second with his brother in law Jason Bloodgood coming from eighth to third. Tyson Cross took fourth and Derek Holmwood ran fifth. Brad Davison won the B Main.

At the end of an accident filled feature for the Mytrafficman.NET 600 restricted class, Ashley Thompson stood triumphant in victory lane, becoming the first female winner in the 32 year history of Clay Cup. Jesse Schlotfeldt appeared to have the race well in hand, leading the first 27 laps until disaster struck. Lizzy Johnson sat spun out on the inside of turn two and Schlotfeldt drove into her, breaking too many components on the front of Jesse’s car to continue on. This handed the lead to Thompson who had ran second all race. The Arlington, WA driver seized her chance, leading the last few laps of the race to grab the win. Sawyer Sorgenfrei scored second with Peyton Reed taking third, Ben Silliker in fourth and Kaden Holm taking fifth. Katie Turner was sixth after winning the B Main.


Three First Time Winners at Clay Cup Night Two


Everson, WA – The second night of racing at Deming Speedway’s 2015 Clay Cup Nationals crowned two first time winners and a first time winner on the season in the three divisions. Keith Wickard capped a thrilling 600 Open main event with his first career win. Clennon Holloway took his first win of the 2015 season in the 1200 class and Katie Turner captured his first career victory in the 600 Restricted division.

The fireworks at the start of the Speedmart Hoosier 600 Open main event were incredible, as Annie DeRemer and Keith Wickard traded moves and paint off their cars as the battled over the first few laps. Wickard was committed to the high side with DeRemer running down low, with DeRemer leading lap one, Wickard laps two and three before DeRemer slid up in front of Keith to establish a lead on lap four. DeRemer would race with Wickard no more than a couple car lengths back of her, keeping her machine below the slick stuff in the middle of the turns while Keith kept his car mere inches away for the outside wall around the entire 1/6 mile oval. DeRemer held serve as Wickard stalked, while gradually having a harder time keeping her car pinned to low groove. Wickard would pounce on the opportunity to pass Annie, as she slid into the slick middle and lost forward drive. Keith made the big sweeping pass of DeRemer on lap 20 and opened up a nice advantage before crossing under the checkered flag on lap 25 for his first Deming Speedway win. DeRemer held tough for second with Jacob Brown taking third. Jared Peterson was quick time and won the first heat race and finished the main event in fifth, guaranteeing himself a front row starting spot for tomorrow night’s A Main alongside Liam Ryan. Other heat winners were Isaac Abenroth, Ryan, Raio Morgan, Brown and DeRemer. Joe Constance won the B Main.

Clennon Holloway put a season of bad luck behind him by going wire to wire for the win in the Shots 2 Go Espresso 1200 division. Clennon withstood a stout challenge from Brad Davison on the low side of the speedway, but the Bellingham, WA driver was up to the challenge as he expertly navigated the high groove to the victory, his first of the year. Steven Hendrickson took second and Jared Gundersen was third. Liam Ryan set quick time and via his point score from Thursday night, will start on the pole of Saturday’s main event. Brock Lemley will join Liam on the front row. Heat winners were Frosty Metcalfe, Gundersen, Eric Turner and Dwayne Mackey.

Katie Turner raced to her first career win in the Mytrafficman.NET 600 Restricted division. Katie led all 25 laps of the main event from her front row starting spot to claim the victory, with little challenge over the course of the race. Ashleigh Johnson was second and JJ Thomas took third. Sawyer Sorgenfrei set fast time. Heat wins went to Ryley Mayer, Johnson, Ben Silliker and AJ Harbaugh. Sorgenfrei won the B Feature. Jesse Schlotfeldt will sit on the pole for the A Main on Saturday. The outside pole position car had not been determined as of this writing.





Davis Scores 4th win at Lincoln Front Row Challenge grows to $1100

Mitchell Davis of Auburn IL took his #56 from the 6th starting spot to the winners circle on Fri Night at the Lincoln Speedway. Austin Archdale and Patrick Bruns brought the 16 car field to the green and Patrick took the lead going into turn 1 with Austin In 2nd spot. Jackie Willis Jr with his best run f so far in 2015 moved to 2nd spot on lap 6. Patrick would lead and on alp 9 the caution came out for the spinning car of Robbie McQuinn. Patrick would brin the field to the green omce again with Jackie in 2nd and Mitchell moved to 3rd with Austin in 4th. Andy Baugh would would have started on the pole took the Conklin Ag Products of Elkhart IL Front Row Challenge to get the win and the $1000 bonus by winning from the back. Andy had worked his way to 7th on lap 9. The race would go green again until lap 14 when Andy and Austin got together in turn 2 and Andy ended up on his side. On the start Mitchell would use the high side in turn 4 of lap 15 and slip by Parrick Bruns for the lead but the battle was for 3rd spot between John Springer and Austin Archdale with the 2 swapping positions lap after lap. Mitchell would pick up the win with Patrick in 2nd spot and Austin would edge John at the finish line. JohnSpringer had his best race of the season with the ILSS.

Keizer Wheels Heat Race #1 :  1. Austin Archdale 2.Jackie Willis Jr. 3.Dave Baugh 4.Mitchell Davis 5. Brandon Smith 6.Shane Morgan 7.Gedd Ross 8. Max Pozsgai

Keizer Wheels Heat Race #2:  1.Andy Baugh 2.Robby McQuinn 3.Patrick Bruns  

4. Brent Burrows 5.John Springer 6.Chase McDermand 7.Jake Sollenberger 8. Jim Jones

Speedway Motors / Henchcraft Chassis 20 Lap Feature

1.#56–Mitchell Davis–Auburn

2.#83-Patrick Bruns–Champaign

3.#2-Austin Archdale–Brimfield

4.#3-John Springer–Bushnell

5.#7-Dave Baugh–Bloomington

6.#11-Brandon Smith–Mason City–{R}


8.#51–Brent Burrows–Lewistown

9.#15M-Shane Morgan–Creve Coeur

10.#5-Jake Sollenberger–Canton

11.#97–Jim Jones–Ft.Wayne IN.

12.#6B-Andy Baugh–Mason City

13.#17W-Jackie Willis Jr-Mason City

14.#10-Max Pozsgai–Springfield

15.#40jr–Chase McDermand–Springfield-{R}

16#51R–Gedd Ross–Havana

The Conklin Ag Products will grow to $1100 this Fri Night for the driver on the pole and elects to go to the back and win. Lincoln Speedway pits open at 4pm with hot laps at 6:15 and racing at 7pm. Sat Night July 18th the ILSS-and Ecotechs will be at the Spoon River Speedway with racing on Fri Night July 17th at Lincoln.





Empire Lightning Sprints

Feature Results from Glenridge Motorsports Park - 7/10

1) 83 Rich Wood
2) 16 Justin Phillips
3) 87 Nick DeNyse
4) 410 Jerry Sein
5) 21 John Leclair
6) 22 Mike Badgley
7) 2 Phil Bessette
8) 84 Jamie Beaudry
9) 74 Brad alger
10) 41u Rick Stone
11) 55 Peter Dance
12) 66x Shilo Boyce
13) 22j Dan Fassett
14) 47 Kathy Bellen
15) 00 Louis Torres




Mid Season Champions Crowned at Deming Speedway

Everson, WA – Four drivers stood triumphantly in victory lane at Midseason Championship night at Deming Speedway, presented by Blade RV, 92.9 KISM and Les Schwab. Liam Ryan won his third main in a row in the 600 open division and was joined in front by fellow feature winners Steven Hendrickson, Jesse Schlotfeldt and Tyler McLeod.

In the Speedmart Hoosier 600 Open division, Liam Ryan won his third consecutive race and gathered a ton of momentum heading into the Clay Cup Nationals next weekend. Liam was dominant in the main, lapping up to eighth place and never undertaking serious challenge for the lead. Shaun Holtorf was second and Brock Lemley came out on top of an entertaining race for third. Ryan won the scramble. Cars not in the top six in points time trialed for heat race position, and Jared Peterson was the quickest qualifier and won his heat. Other heat winners were Austin Sheridan and Kevin Wilkinson. Matt Ward won the B Main.

The Shots 2 Go Espresso 1200 main event looked to be Jared Gundersen’s to win until a late race rally by Steven Hendrickson changed the game. Hendrickson, a notorious rim rider, found the low groove on the track and charged from as far back as fifth at one point to second with less than ten laps remaining. With Gundersen dealing with slower traffic, Hendrickson rolled up on the leader and jumped on an opening, using a slower car to force Jared up race track and taking the lead on lap 26 from the bottom of turn four. Steven would race away to the win, followed by Jared and third place Brock Lemley. Liam Ryan was 

quick time and Gundersen won the scramble. Ryan and Lemley won the heats.

Jesse Schlotfeldt continues to dominate the Mytrafficman.NET 600 restricted division leading into the 2015 Clay Cup Nationals. Schlotfeldt won again on Friday for the sixth time in seven weeks, leading all but the first lap of the race on his way to the victory. Sawyer Sorgenfrei and Katie Turner rounded out the podium. Schlotfeldt also won the scramble. Ashley Thompson was the top qualifier and won the first heat race. Heat two went to Darius Walker-Perkins.

Tyler McLeod continued his winning ways in the Kasey Kahne Junior Sprints. McLeod led all twenty laps of main event to claim the Mid Season Championship trophy. Peyton Rambow was second and Haley Constance was third. Constance won the first heat and was quick time. Rambow won the scramble. Peyton Hagen won the other heat race and Chase Stuart won the B. .




(Torrance, CA, July 9, 2015)
Before the biggest crowd on the season, 2010 California Lightning Sprint Car champion Jarrett Kramer of Spring Valley snapped the three race win streak of Bobby Michnowicz at Perris Auto Speedway on Saturday night, July 4th. The win was Kramer’s first of the 2015 season.

Starting on the outside of the second row in the bright orange Layton Kramer tuned Black Rhino/BK Wings/Showtime Motorsports/Christian Stover Foundation/T-Shirts by Timeless/Phillips Pool Supply/Circle Track Performance/Don Guhl Engines/Rob & Natasha Briley #14 in the 20-lap main, Kramer wasted little time in getting to the front. Going into turn one he chose the high line on the famous Riverside County half-mile clay oval. Coming off the second corner he came down off the top and threaded the needle between the two front row starters to take the lead before the halfway point of the first lap. From that point on the sociable veteran led every inch of the way.

Main event winner Jarrett Kramer in the #14 on the inside and Murrieta’s Cori Andrews, who finished 7th, on the outside at Perris Auto Speedway. Please give photo credit to Vane.

Fort Irwin’s Jeff Dyer was second by the end of the first lap and Michnowicz, who is the points leader, grabbed third early on the second circuit. Dyer managed to fight off Michnowicz in the battle for second for two laps, but going into turn one on the fourth go around, Michnowicz seized the runner up spot and set his sights on the leader.

For most who have been watching the CLS this year, once Michnowicz took second they figured he would chase down the leader and record his sixth win of the campaign. However, someone forgot to tell Kramer that as Michnowicz was not getting close enough to challenge for the point position. At the halfway point, he was a quarter straightaway behind the streaking #14.

Threading their way through the lappers, Michnowicz closed to within three car lengths as they hit turn one for the final time, but as they exited turn two, Kramer flexed the muscle of his car and opened his advantage to about five car lengths. Nevertheless, it still was not over. As they entered turn three, a lapped car was in front of the leaders and Michnowicz drove the #12m deep into the turn nearly pulling alongside the race long leader. Kramer hammered the throttle and pulled the two-time champion off of turn four and took the Kevin Winters’ checkered flag with Michnowicz inches behind. Upland’s Alex Grigoreas, who passed former teammate Dyer on lap nine for third,
 stayed in that spot for the duration. Dyer remained in fourth with second year CLS driver Jeremy Queener of Torrance taking fifth.

Michnowicz out-qualified the 17 car field with a lap of 18.217 on the pleasant summer night. He and Michnowicz then won the two six-lap heat races. Michnowicz was the main event “Hard Charger” picking up eight-spots on his drive to second place.

The top ten in points remained virtually unchanged and Michnowicz will take a 125-point lead over Grigoreas when the CLS returns to the track on July 18th at the Ventura Raceway. Grigoreas has strengthened his hold on second with a 66-marker advantage over Dyer. Placentia’s Dan Hillberg and San Bernardino’s James Heling, who are separated by 56-points, occupy fourth and fifth.

Perris Auto Speedway Main Event (with starting positions): 1. Jarrett Kramer (4th), 2. Bobby Michnowicz (10th), 3. Alex Grigoreas (9th), 4. Jeff Dyer (6th), 5. Jeremy Queener (7th), 6. Dan Hillberg (8th), 7. Cori Andrews (5th), 8. Tom Downing (3rd), 9. James Heling (1st), 10. Don Kuener (15th), 11. Dale Gamer (13th), 12. Chris Dickey (11th), 13. Jon Robertson (14th), 14. James Squire III (2nd), 15. Robert Wilhelm (17th), 16. John Simms (16th), 17. Pat Kelley (12th)



Ross tops stellar field at Lincoln

The ILSS had a stellar field of 28 cars on hand for the July 3rd racing program at the Lincoln Speedway on Fri Night. Gedd Ross of Havana survived a big tangle in turn one with 2 laps to go that took out leader Korey Weyant , Andy Baugh, Brandon Smith and a few other cars. With  2 laps left Gedd took command and cruised to the Speedway Motors/ Henchcraft Chassis 20 lap event.Mitchell Davis who took the Conklin Ag Products Front Row Challenge to try and come from the back and win the extra $900 got as far as 3rd place. Next week the challenge grows to $1000.

Keizer Wheels 8 Lap Heat #1: 1.Andy Baugh 2. Korey Weyant  3. Gedd Ross  4. Aaron Hull  5. Jacob Sollenberger 6. Ken Hanson 7. Terry Bolen

Keizer Wheels 8 Lap Heat #2 ;  1.Robby McQuinn 2. Seam Murphy  3. Brent Burrows  4. John Springer  5. Chase Flatt  6. Guy Taylor  7. T.J Bolen

Keizer Wheels 8 Lap Heat #3 ;  1 Dave Baugh  2. Brandon Smith  3. Austin Archdale  4. Juhnny Murdock  5. Jackie Willis Jr. 6.Chase McDeremand  7. Jim Jones

Keizer Wheels 8 Lap Heat #4:  1.Mitchell Davis  2. Steven Russell  3. Jeff Mallonee  4. Shane Morgan  5. A.J Hill  6. Dillon Morley  7. John Heiztman

12 lap B-Main  1. Jackie Willis Jr  2. Terry Bolen  3 Jacob Sollenberger  4. Dillon Morley  5. Chase McDermond  6. John Heitzman  7. A.J Hill  8. Jim Jones  9.T.J Bolen  10. Guy Taylor  11. Ken Hanson 12. Chase Flatt

Speedway Motors / Henchcraft Chassis  20 Lap Feature

1. #51R–Gedd Ross–Havana

2.#09–Robby McQuinn–Springfield

3. #56–Mitchell Davis–Auburn

4.#0D–Johnny Murdock–St.Louis Mo.

5.#6B–Andy Baugh–Mason City

6. #15M-Shane Morgan

7.#10J-Steven Russell–Springfield

8.#7X-Korey Weyant–Springfield

9. #5M-Sean Murphy–Joliet

10. #3- John Springer–Bushnell

11. #42–Terry Bolen–Peoria

12.#7-Dave Baugh–Bloomington

13.#11–Brandon Smith–Mason City–{r}

14.#5-Jake Sollenberger–Canton

15. #31J-Jeff mallonee–Davenport IA..

16.#17W-Jackie Willis Jr-Mason City

17.#69X-Dillon Morley–Moline

18.#2-Austin Archdale–Brimfield

19.#24–Aaron Hull–Monmouth

20.#51–Brent Burrows–Lewistown

Next Race Fri Night July 10th Lincoln Speedway. Conklin Ag Products Front Row Challenge has grown to $1000 to the driver on the pole goes to the back and wins the A-Main




Dodge City Saturday win goes to Butler

July 4th saw another great line up of 25 cars take to the Dodge City high banks. This time it was youth versus experience on the front row with Johnny Boos lining up alongside Wally Butler.
Butler saw off challenges from both Troy Ullery and Rick Hench, but he was not to be stopped this night and took the win for the NLSA club from Canada

Hench finished second after once again passing a lot of cars from the 10th starting spot. The podium was completed by Roland Bernard who made excellent use of the high line to pass a number of cars on the outside. The top five was completed by Boos and Glenn Waterland in the 11c

A big thanks goes out to all the cars who traveled from Manitoba, Minnesota, California, Nebraska and Missouri to join all the RMLSA regulars for a great weekend of racing

Thanks also to the team at Dodge City Raceway park for a great weekend at a top notch facility.


Night 1 at Dodge City goes to Dvergsten

The RMLSA has made it's way to the Kansas heartland in Dodge City. Night 1 of the 2 night show was won by Dexter Dvergsten visiting all the way from Minnesota.
A great field of 25 cars took the green with Bobby Layne leading early, a tangle with Troy Ullery bought the yellow which bunched up the field and gave Dexter his chance. Layne's car appeared to tighten up in the latter stages and Dexter moved through for the victory.
The podium was completed by Wally Butler and Skylar Wissman, with Bobby Layne eventually finishing fourth and Rich Hench in fifth having made his way through from the 18th grid position




MMSA Lincoln Park Speedway June 30, 2015   

Heat Race #1 

1st  77 Justin Lewis 

2nd 20 Tyler Kendall 

3rd 11B Brandon Smith 

4th 10 Drew Dorsett 

5th 88X Dan Fitxgerald 

6th 00 Cory Meadows 

7th 49 Troy Fortune 

8th 22 Lisa Raines 


Heat Race #2 

1st 1 Lynn Ambrose 

2nd 2 MColin Miller 

3rd 11X Cory Clay 

4th 87 Travis Stickles 

5th 97 Jim Jones 

6th 45 Bob Griffiths 

7th 30 Mark Horning 


Heat Race #3 

1st 1X Scotty Bradley 

2nd 1JR Jake Hodge 

3rd 86 Andy Bradley 

4th 25 Colin Parker 

5th 36 Collin Ambrose 

6th 18C Cindy Chambers 

7th 27 Frank Hartgraves 



Feature results June 29, 2015 Lincoln Park Speedway 

1st 1 Lynn Ambrose 

2nd 1X Scotty Bradley 

3rd 86 Andy Bradley 

4th 10 Drew Dorsett 

5th 11B Brandon Smith 

6th 11X Cory Clay 

7th 25 Colin Parker 

8th 36 Collin Ambrose 

9th 87 Travis Stickles 

10th 20 Tyler Kendall 

11th 88x Dan Fittzgerald 

12th 2m Colin Miller 

13th 22 Lisa Raines 

14th 18c Cindy Chambers 

15th 27 Frank Hartgraves 

16th 49 Troy Fortune 

17th 97 Jim Jones 

18th 00 Cory Meadows 

19th 1J RJake Hodge 

20th 77 Justin Lewis 

21st 45 Bob Griffiths 




Nick Daywalt Bags his 2nd Feature of the Year

24 Mini Sprints signed in for the 06-27-2015 Beaver Dam event run in conjuction with the World of Outlaws. Nick Daywalt prevailed in a close dual with Ion Stear. The Top 5 were as follows:

1).  Nick Daywalt (66)

2).  Ion Stear (19)     

3).  Kyle Daywalt (11)

4).  Andy Baugh (B6)

5).  Tim Branam (74)




Western Outlaws 



1 - Matt Elmer ................................. 50 pts
2 - Marcus Wicks ............................. 48 pts
3 - Mike Kesler ................................ 46 pts
4 - Jesse Coates ............................... 44 pts
5 - David Carlson ............................ 42 pts


1 - Marcus Wicks ............................. 150 pts
2 - Mike Kesler ................................ 145 pts
3 - Jesse Coates ............................... 140 pts
4 - David Carlson ............................. 135 pts
5 - Matt Elmer .......................... 65 pts (dnf)




Cori Andrews wins Midget Lite Main at Placerville

Placerville Speedway Midget Lite Race Results June 6, 2015

A Main Event: 1. #22 Cori Andrews, 2. #9 Scott Males, 3. #51 Logan Seavey, 4. #72s Craig Dillard, 5. #10 Brian Corso, 6. #11 Scott Kinney, 7. #9f Emilee Lindgren, 8. #84 Stuart Goehring, 9. #74 Craig Holsted, 10. #17 Tim Kinser, 11. #11b Cody Spencer,              12. #17e Mike Gularte, 13. #75c Chris Hansen, 14. #87 Jeff Caraccillo, 15. #11vp Tyler Seavey

Heat #1: 1. #10 Brian Corso, 2. #87 Jeff Caraccillo, 3. #75c Chris Hansen, 4. #11b Cody Spencer, 5.#11 Scott Kinney, 6. #9f Emilee Lindgren, 7. #17e Mike Gularte, 8. #17 Tim Kinser

Heat #2: 1. #51 Logan Seavey, 2. #9 Scott Males, 3. #22 Cori Andrews, 4. #72s Craig Dillard, 5.#84 Stuart Goehring, 6. #74 Craig Holsted, 7. #11vp Tyler Seavey



New Ohio Mini Sprint Group

Hi my name is Chris Smalley and I am starting a Mini Sprint group in southern Ohio. I am trying to get them built up again in southern part of Ohio.

We have nine races at Jackson County Speedway and Brushcreek Motorsports Complex.


If you need to know more about what I am trying to do and any more information you can call me at 1-740-708-1800.





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  .




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Rebuilding a used mini sprint


The basics of setting up a mini sprint


What will you need to go to the track


Before you get out on the track


Your first season




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2014 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



# 81 Matt Elmer - 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)



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