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Association Links

American Mini Sprint Assoc. (IN)

AMSQ - (Quebec, CN)


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BCRA (CA) Midget Lites

Black Hills Mini Sprint Assoc. (SD)

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Brazos (TX) Mini Sprint Assoc.

California Lightning Sprints

Central New York Mini Sprints

Colorado 1200 Outlaws

Western Slope (CO) 1200 Lightning Sprints

East Coast Mini Sprint Assoc.


Empire Lightning Sprints

Florida Mini Sprints

Georgia Micro Sprints

Gulf Coast Winged Mini Sprints

Granite State

Greenbush Race Park (MN)


Central Illinois Mini Sprints

Illinois Lightning Sprint Series

Jayhusker Racing (NB/KN)

MidAmerica Lightning Sprints

Midwest Mini Sprint Assoc.(IN/OH)

Midwest Lightning Sprints (KN/MO)

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New Mexico Mini Sprints

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Montana Mini Sprints

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New Jersey

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New Zealand

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New Zealand Modified Sprints

Devils Lake Speedway - ND

Northeast Mini Sprint Assoc.

Northern Lightning Sprints (Man., CN)

Northwest Mini Sprints (WA)

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Southern Ohio Lightning Mini Sprints

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Oregon Mini Sprints

Rocky Mtn. Lightning Sprints (C0)

Southern States Lightning Sprints

Southern Outlaw Winged 600's

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United Mini Sprint Assoc.

Western Outlaws Mini Sprints (UT)

Wisc./Illinois Mini Sprint Assoc.

West Texas 1200 Outlaws


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...Upcoming Events...


Save the date !

Updates including payouts will be published soon !

Payout purse for the weekend already nearing $ 7,000 !!!!



Several association websites are down, or non-existent .... I'm looking for them, and updating the links as I find them.

If you click on yours, but it's not there, and you have new information about it, please drop me a note, and I'll update it.


Thanks !




USAC Lightning Sprint National Championship Points Standings


The MLS and MMSA were the two groups that completed sanctioned events over the weekend. They are also the two groups who have surpassed the ten race mark. Racers with more than ten races will now be tossing out their two lowest finishes as they complete in a total of twelve sanctioned events. Andy Bradley closed the gap on Rod Henning by twenty points with his win at Paragon on Saturday in the Don Dorsett Memorial. Rod retains the top spot by 355 points with two sanctioned events left to run.
Tom Brown moves up one spot in USAC National Points to the 3rd position after a second place finish at Valley Speedway with the MLS. This is Tom’s ninth recorded points race in a MLS schedule that has completed 11 races of the 19 slated. Five of those 19 are remaining. The completed race tally stands at:  

MLS                11 races
MMSA             10 races
CLS                  7 races
RMLSA             5 races
Ryan Secrest and Brandon Smith also had movement on the leader board. Ryan jumping two spots and Brandon up one, both inside the top ten. The top 20 in points is an equal mix among all of the sanctioned groups. Currently the CLS has eight drivers inside the top twenty with the MMSA having four, which is equal to the MLS with four, and the RMSLA scoring four as well. The top twenty in points standings are:

Rank         Driver                               Points
  1 Roderick Henning  2690
  2 Andrew Bradley  2335
  3 Tom Brown  2090
  4 Justin Lewis  1970
  5 Ryan Secrest  1760
  6 Jarrett Kramer  1640
  7 Aiden Lange  1630
  8 Bobby Michnowicz  1450
  9 Brandon Smith  1350
 10 Cody Nigh  1300
 11 Johnny Boos  1130
 12 Steve Becker  1000
 13 Frank Martinez   960
 14 Jon Robertson   960
 15 Wyatt Downing   890
 16 Jason Billups   880
 17 Eric Greco Jr.   730
 18 Troy Ullery   730
 19 Brent Sexton   700
 20 Kyle Lewis   700
A complete list of points standings as of 8/21/17 can be viewed at: http://usacracing.com/standings/lightning-sprints
Hoosier Tire is one of the many sponsors who have pledged support for this new series through a multi-year relationship. Cars are required to use Hoosier tires on all four corners during USAC-sanctioned Lightning Sprint events. Speedway Motors—America’s oldest speed shop—is the title sponsor with a myriad of other sponsoring companies, including AFCO, CSI, PRO Shocks, My Race Pass, Saldana Race Products, Aeromotive, Weld, Rod End Supply, Hoosier Speed, Outlaw Wings, Racing Optics, and EMi.




Mullen Wins NLSA Feature at Buffalo River Race Park

Aug. 20, 2017

A Feature 1: 1. 11M-Brendan Mullen, [2]; 2. 13-Alan Truscinski, [8]; 3. 10-Alex Truscinski, [9]; 4. 17K-Zachary Kwiatkoski, [4]; 5. 2-Presley Truedson, [7]; 6. 2C-Corey Olson, [6]; 7. 100-Jason Berg, [11]; 8. (DNF) 4-Eric Johnson, [3]; 9. (DNF) 16-Josh Abrahamson, [5]; 10. (DNF) 4H-Dylan Herman, [10]; (DNS) 44DD-Jim Hadfield,

Heat 1: 1. 11M-Brendan Mullen, [2]; 2. 2C-Corey Olson, [4]; 3. 17K-Zachary Kwiatkoski, [3]; 4. 13-Alan Truscinski, [5]; 5. 4H-Dylan Herman, [6]; 6. (DNF) 100-Jason Berg, [1]

Heat 2: 1. 4-Eric Johnson, [2]; 2. 2-Presley Truedson, [4]; 3. 10-Alex Truscinski, [5]; 4. 16-Josh Abrahamson, [3]; 5. 44DD-Jim Hadfield, [1]




J. Billings Takes Checkers at Valley Speedway


Race Results -- August 19, 2017 -- Valley Speedway -- Grain Valley, MO

The Midwest Lightning Sprints invaded Valley Speedway Sat nite. Dennis had the track perfect. Good moisture and smooth. A BIG thank you goes out to our sponsors for 2017, Rod End Supply and Oskvig Accounting.

Heat 1

1st b20 Tom Brown Cresco, NE
2nd 51 Mark Billings KC, MO
3rd 01 Bobby Layne KC, MO
4th 9s Merrill Lamb Iola, KS
5th 85 Ken Billings KC, MO


Heat 2
1st 2 Jason Billups Holt, MO
2nd 94 Ryan Secrest Wichita, KS
3rd 2L Kyle Lewis Spring Hill , KS
4th 14 Brian Cobb Olathe, KS
5th 2k Chad Goff Spring hill, KS


Feature Start Pos.
1st 2 Jason Billups (6)
2nd b20 Tom Brown (5)
3rd 01 Bobby Layne (6)
4th 94 Ryan Secrest (4)
5th 2L Kyle Lewis (2)
6th 85 Ken Billings (9)
7th 9s Merrill Lamb (7)
8th 2K Chad Goff (10)
9th 14 Brian Cobb (8)
10th 51 Mark Billings (3)

The Midwest Lighting Sprints next race is on Sat nite Aug 26th at I-35 Speedway in Winston, MO. The racing in the Midwest Lightning Sprints is fiercely competitive. With low cost maintenance and motorcycle power, this is still the most economical way to go fast in a race car. These cars are 1 second a lap faster than an A Mod or a Late Model. New drivers/cars are coming out each week. Contact the MLS for info.




Lucius Wins AMSA Wingless  at Lawrenceburg

August 19, 2017

The Performance Powder Coating AMSA Mini Sprints went wingless for the final time in 2017. Korbyn Hayslett and Ron Coleman led the field to the opening green flag for 20 laps of racing. Hayslett took the early lead and led the opening lap. Tyler Cox in the 7X began to smoke early on in the A-main. Cox found himself in some bigger trouble as he got together with the 42 of Ty Tilton to bring out the caution with 7 laps in the books. Back under green, Tayte Williamson began to make a run for the lead from his inside row four starting spot. Williamson was a man on a mission on the restart as he made a run for the lead. Williamson’s battle with Hayslett at the halfway point paid off for Williamson. Williamson claimed the top spot pushing Hayslett back to second. Hayslett seemed to run out of steam late in the race as he gave up the second spot to Gunnar Lucius with just 8 laps to go in the main. Lucius pushed his number 22 car to the limit to catch the leader. Lucius finally did with under-five to go and claimed the lead with three to go. Lucius went on to win the A-main in a car rebuilt that very morning. Williamson finished in second. Hayslett came home third. Williamson and Kobe Allison picked up the heat races.

Heat 1 – (8 Laps)

1. 28K-Kobe Allison[2] ; 2. 22-Gunnar Lucius[6] ; 3. 7X-Taylor Cox[1] ; 4. 44-Ron Coleman[4] ; 5. 23S-Brad Strunk[5] ; 6. 81H-Anthony Haas[3]

Heat 2 – (8 Laps)

1. 88-Tayte Williamson[2] ; 2. 42-Ty Tilton[1] ; 3. 65-Chris Bounds[4] ; 4. 1H-Korbyn Hayslett[5] ; 5. 22B-Brad Racer[3] ; 6. 44W-Chris Whipple[6]

A-Main 1 – (20 Laps)

1. 22-Gunnar Lucius[6] ; 2. 88-Tayte Williamson[7] ; 3. 1H-Korbyn Hayslett[1] ; 4. 42-Ty Tilton[5] ; 5. 22B-Brad Racer[10] ; 6. 44-Ron Coleman[2] ; 7. 23S-Brad Strunk[9] ; 8. 65-Chris Bounds[3] ; 9. 81H-Anthony Haas[11] ; 10. 44W-Chris Whipple[12] ; 11. 7X-Taylor Cox[4] ; 12. 28K-Kobe Allison[8]




BCRA\ Midget Lite Results – Antioch Speedway

August 19, 2017

Heat 1:  1. #74k Kayla Green, 2. #25 Scott Kinney, 3. #25k Hunter Kinney, 4. #14e Emilee Lindgren, 5. #72s Bradley Dillard

Main Event: 1. #72s Bradley Dillard, 2. #25k Hunter Kinney, 3. #25 Scott Kinney, 4. #14e Emilee Lindgren, 5. #74k Kayla Green




Dvergsten wins NLSA Feature at Greenbush

Aug. 19, 2017

Pos Start Driver Car
1 2 Dexter Dvergsten 11
2 16 Brandon Johnson 22
3 1 Alex Truscinski 10
4 4 Presley Truedson 2K
5 9 Brendan Mullen 11M
6 8 Corey Olson 2
7 6 Alan Truscinski 13
8 3 Kelsi Pederson 93
9 12 Steve Hildebrand 21
10 11 Lawrence Veralrud 40
11 7 Kyle Cole 16C
12 10 Brayden Pengilly 100P
13 15 Brad Borowicz 19
14 (DNF) 14 Jim Hadfield 44
15 (DNF) 18 Dan Wiskow 7
16 (DNF) 13 Brody Hutton 6H
17 (DNF) 5 Eric Johnson 4
DNS - Ryan Davis 18




MMSA Winner at Paragon Speedway -- Andy Bradley

Aug. 19 2017

Andy Bradley
Rod Henning\

Rod Henning

Andy Bradley
Rod Henning
Ryan Barr
Jesse Vermillion
Kevin Blue
Kyle Hathaway
Blake Vermillion
Scott Bradley
Brandon Smith
Jacob Samm
Colin Miller
Justin Lewis
Justin Coombs
Bradley Ashford
Cindy Chambers
Cody Trammell
Drew Dorsett

Dave Dorsett (lent his car to an unlucky driver)




Mark Heinert Takes his Fourth on Fair Night

21 Mini Sprints signed in on Friday August 18, for Kenosha County Fair night. It was a tough night on equipment as Morgan Sheppard broke down during Qualifying and 7 other cars failed to finish the Feature. Mark Heinert prevailed for his 2nd consecutive, and fourth Feature of 2017.  The Top 5 were as follows:

    1).  Mark Heinert

    2).  Nick Daywalt

    3).  Mike Neau

    4).  Kyle Daywalt

    5).  CJ Mauleg

Please Note!  Our next race is scheduled for August 26 at Wilmot (originally Lasalle).  Wilmot did not originally show us on their schedule.




Night One of Big Al Memorial to Peterson

Aug. 18, 2017

Everson, WA – Night one of the Big Al Memorial at Deming Speedway saw Jared Peterson come away with an entertaining win to finish out a great night of racing. The top three finishers in each main event for each class are guaranteed a top six starting spot for Saturday’s grand finale. Joining Jared as prelim night winners were Liam Ryan, Colin Mackey and Austin Held.

Chance Crum and Jared Peterson went to war for top honors in the Speedmart Hoosier 600 open class. The pair ran nose to tail for the first 18 laps of the main event before Peterson took Crum to slidejob city in turn one on lap 19. Crum made a nice crossover move to retain the lead out of turn two and held the point heading back to the flagstand. Peterson again dove deep into one on ap 20 and this time, Crum could not get his car turned under in time to cross over, giving Peterson the lead and eventual win. Crum’s second puts him into the redraw for tomorrow along with Jesse Schlotfeldt, who came from the fifth row to take third.

When big money is on the line, Liam Ryan is at his best. The Shots 2 Go Espresso 1200 division saw that first hand on Friday night as once Ryan passed race leader Steven Hendrickson on lap 15 and was all alone at the front of the field as he took the win and locked up a top six starting spot for Saturday night. Hendrickson locked in with second and Clennon Holloway won a spirited battle for third over Jared Gundersen.

Colin Mackey punched his card for the big dance on Saturday night, taking his first Deming Speedway win in the Mytrafficman.NET 600 restricted division. Blaine Granberg was the race leader as he and Mackey made their way into traffic that resembled the I-5 Freeway at rush hour in Seattle. Granberg kept to the low side while Mackey took a risk by rolling to the high side of the speedway. That risk paid off, as Mackey took the lead on lap 17 and held off Blaine to score his first Deming Speedway win of the season. Granberg and Ben Ferrera join him as lock ins for Saturday’s show.

In the Kasey Kahne Junior Sprint division, a lace race mishap completely changed the complexion of the finish. Haley Constance took the lead from Levi Hillier on lap seven and had opened up a sizable advantage before encountering slower traffic. The huge lead that Constance held rapidly dwindled as she could not navigate the slower car in front of her, allowing Hillier and third place Jesson Jacobson to close. Coming off turn four, Constance, Hillier and Jacobson would collide, spinning almost in sync to a stop on lap 15. With those three relegated to the back of the pack, Austin Held took over the lead and ran to the win, his second of the year and in the process, locking in for Saturday’s finale. The podium was rounded out by Drake Hadlock, and Axel Oudman who also locked into top six starting spots on Saturday.




Granite State Rained Out at Legion!

Posted 2017-08-18 at 12:32 




BHMST Sagebrush Shootout Results

Aug. 11 / 12, 2017

Friday Race Results -
14k, 11f, 13, 23, 2, 95j, 9, 10, 66, 14
DNF 20, 16, 22, 51w, 51, 14t, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11


Saturday Race Results-
14k, 51, 51w, 23, 14, 95j, 10, 2,66, 9, 59, 16, 15, 11f,  DNF- 41, 13, 17 DNS- 19





(Torrance, CA, August 8, 2017) Last Wednesday night, for the second year in a row, four-time California Lightning Sprint Car Series Champion Bobby Michnowicz won the main event at the Ventura County Fair race. The victory was the fourth of the year for the Lomita based veteran and it propelled him to third in the 2017 CLS championship standings. 

After qualifying third fastest in the 21-car field, Michnowicz started the sixth in the main event. Two-time series champion Brent Sexton of Lakeside was on the pole with Jeffrey “Ponch” Dyer of Bermuda Dunes alongside. Row two had Lakewood teenager Wyatt Downing on the inside of Ventura local Bruce Douglass and current point leader Jarrett Kramer of Spring Valley was on the inside of Michnowicz in the third row.

The action did not get far on the initial start when pole sitter Sexton spun in turn two. Miraculously everyone missed the veteran driver and he was able to restart at the back. 

Sexton’s misfortune moved Downing up to the pole for the restart. The second time Kris Kornder waved his green flag, Dyer looked like he was chasing a speeder on the freeway. He got the jump on the start and led the first lap over Douglass, Kramer, Michnowicz and Downing. 

Dyer set a sizzling pace and slowly inched away from second place Douglass. Michnowicz broke into the top three for the first time in the race when he went around Kramer on lap four. 

Things proceeded smoothly until the sixth lap when Ventura’s Robb Pelmear flipped down the back chute. He landed on his side and was then clobbered by second place running Douglass to bring out a rare red flag for the CLS. Both drivers were okay, but the tangle took them out for the duration. Palmdale teen Eric Greco, who is having an excellent sophomore season and who entered the night fifth in points, also exited the action at that time. 

While crews were clearing the wrecked cars off the track, the large opening night fair crowd switched its attention to where news crews had been swirling above and the fire department rescued a fair goer who was trapped when a bungee jump ride malfunctioned just beyond the back straight crashwall.

Douglass, Pelmear and Greco’s misfortune, was also misfortune for Dyer who would have multi-time champ Michnowicz camped on his rear bumper for the restart with 20-laps to go. Kramer, Murrieta’s Chris Dickey and Charlie Caracillo of Madera rounded out the top five for the restart.

Dyers misfortune compounded when the green light flashed back and he went wide into turn one opening up the bottom of the track for Michnowicz, who took full advantage of the situation and raced into the lead as they came off turn two. Michnowicz pulled away for a comfortable lead and on lap 11, he started putting back markers a lap down. Kramer had fought off a brief challenge from Caracillo for third with the latter then hooking up in a battle with Dickey for the fourth-place spot.

Michnowicz was having no problem with the lappers and was slicing his way through the field in the Tshirts By Timeless/Pflum Wagner Racing/Fuel Safe Racing Cells/Cold Fire West/Fabozzi Metal Works/Outlaw Wings/Kaiser Wheels/Circle Track Performance/Super Shox/DLX/2011 Kawasaki ZX10 #21. At the same time, Kramer was reeling in second place Dyer. However, disaster struck for the 2010 CLS champ in turn one on lap 16. He made light contact with Dyer and spun. That brought out another Kris Kornder yellow and earned Kramer an automatic trip to the back for the restart.

For the restart with 10-laps remaining, Dyer was on Michnowicz rear push bar with Caracillo, Dickey and Downing shoved in right behind. Michnowicz flew away again leaving everyone else to scrap for whatever they could get. Things did not stay green long before Downing, who had been fifth, spun in turn one. 

Another restart and it was almost an exact replay of the last one with Michnowicz streaking away, but only two more laps were put in the books when the yellow came out again when Dyer broke his right front shock and slowed. Downing spun to avoid running into him. A few laps earlier it looked like they would both have top five finishes, but that was now all out the window and they finished 15th and 16th.

The final six-laps went without another yellow and Michnowicz blew the competition off to win by nearly a full straight. Caracillo fought off Dickey for second. Anaheim’s Robert Dalby, a regular with the USAC Western Midgets Series, came home fourth with Aiden Lange fifth. 

“It is awesome to break our bad luck string,” the happy winner told infield announcer Tami Velasquez after the race. “It has been a while (May 27th at Perris was his last win). Thanks to all the fans who are here tonight and hope to see you back.”

In addition to finishing fifth in his CLS debut, Dalby was also the “Hard Charger” after starting 13th. 

Earlier in the night, Dickey, who will soon be moving back to his native Indiana, out qualified the field with a lap of 12.381. Caraccilo was second quick at 12.427 and Michnowicz was third at 12.536. Caracillo, Sexton and rookie Dominic Del Monte of Gardena won the three heat races.

Even though he finished seventh in the main after restarting at the back, Kramer now has a 58-point lead over Lange in the championship standings. Michnowicz took third in the standings from his nephew Cody Nigh of Camarillo, who put a hole in his engine during the preliminaries. Dickey’s third place finish, parlayed with Greco’s early exit from the main, saw him to move into fifth.

The CLS is off until it joins the USAC/CRA Sprint Cars and The PAS Senior & Young Gun Sprints at the Annual California Racer’s Hall of Fame Night at Perris Auto Speedway on August 26th 

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/

Ventura Main Event (with starting positions)
1. Bobby Michnowicz – Lomita – 6th
2. Charlie Carracilo – Madera – 7th
3. Chris Dickey – Murrieta – 8th
4. Robert Dalby – Anaheim – 13th
5. Aiden Lange – Lakewood – 11th
6. James Turnbull – Indio – 12th
7. Jarrett Kramer – Spring Valley – 5th
8. Pat Kelley – Chino – 16th
9. Brent Sexton – Lakeside – 1st
10. Dominic Del Monte – Gardena – 9th
11. Jackson Dukes – Clovis 19th
12. Jon Robertson – Torrance – 17th
13. Dale Gamer – Anaheim – 10th
14. John Nelson – Norco – 18th
15. Jeff Dyer – Bermuda Dunes – 2nd
16. Wyatt Downing – Lakewood – 3rd
17. Bruce Douglass – Ventura – 4th
18. Robb Pelmear – Ventura – 15th
19. Eric Greco – Palmdale – 14th 




Dance Empire Lightning Sprint Feature winner at Thunder Mountain Speedway

July 15, 2017

1)  Peter Dance

2)  Reed Salvay
3)  Clint Roehr
4)  Adam Admansky
5)  Rohan Beasley
DNS- Shilo Boyce




Western Outlaws results

May 27th, 2017 -- Wild Bill's Raceway

 1) 14 -- Cheyenne Torgerson
 2) 12 -- Colton Gubler
 3) 8 -- Marcus Wicks
 4) 14x -- CJ Thorn
 5) 17k -- Cteve Norman
 6) 64z -- Preslie Thorn
 7) 22 -- Scott Birch
 8) 55 -- Matthew Elmer

 9) 8CH -- Roy Wilkerson




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  .



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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:


Selecting the right class of racing


What is an upright mini sprint?


A complete list of where mini sprints race


Understanding the engines used in mini sprints


Working with a chain drive car


Safety requirements


Buying your first mini sprint


Buyer's Guide


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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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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