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Tim Shaffer Wins An All Star Barn Burner At Freemont Speedway
Tim Shaffer Sprint Car Chassis
May 24th.  In any sport when you struggle you start to question yourself…you lose confidence. Sprint Car racing can amplify that feeling. Just ask Tim Shaffer. The former four time All Star titlist won only one series event last year and this year has struggled. But, last weekend Shaffer and his Bryan Grove Racing Team switched to an XXX Chassis, and it paid off quick on Sunday at Fremont Speedway. “The Steel City Outlaw” would battle with James McFadden – the previous night’s winner – throughout the last half of the 50-lap race on Budweiser Night before grabbing the lead on lap 47 and drove to the $10,000 victory. It was Shaffer’s first All Star win at Fremont since 2012 and was his 9th career series win at “The Track That Action Built.”.
“Hats off to the guys…Todd and Five-O…we have everybody here helping. Thank you. It’s been so tough. You go along there for a long spell…like a year and half and you’re struggling and struggling and you just keep fighting. It seemed like the harder we fought the worst it got and you get to a point where it’s like ‘can I drive any more.’ It’s great to be standing back up here again…it’s been a long time,” said an emotional Tim Shaffer in victory lane.
Greg Hodnett Captures Selinsgrove Speedway $5,000-to-win Ray Tilley Classic
Greg Hodnett Sprint Car Chassis
May 24th.  Greg Hodnett on the front row at any track in central Pennsylvania is usually trouble for the rest of the field. At speedy Selinsgrove Speedway, you might as well reserve a spot in Victory Lane for the Spring Grove driver. Hodnett loves the joint. Selinsgrove is a big half-mile that demands nerves of steel and a fast race car that can carry momentum through the corners. Both were on display Sunday night in the Ray Tilley Classic. Hodnett turned the 30-lap Sprint Car main event into a glorified time-trialing session, running away unchallenged to a nice $5,000 payday.
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Bradley Flies to Win at Haubstadt
Andy Bradley Sprint Car Chassis
May 24th.  Professional Airplane Pilot Andy Bradley flew to a victory at Tri-State Speedway in Haubstadt, IN on Sunday night. Running XXX Midget converted to a 1200 Mini Sprint, Bradley beat up 25 other cars for his first win with a wing in 2015.
Lil'B Wins Big At Skagit Speedway John Carroll Classic Night
Colton Heath Sprint Car Chassis
May 23rd.  For the second straight week at Skagit Speedway, our very own R&D and Setup Guru, Colton Heath,  stood tall in victory lane after a 26 lap victory in the 360 division. Heath was the quick qualifier on the evening and by virtue of a zero invert, started from the pole. Colton beat Tayler Malsam into turn one and led the entire race with Malsam and Travis Rilat taking turns pressuring Heath through traffic to no avail.  To celebrate his victory, Colton will be cleaning the bathrooms at XXX this week.
Young Wins 1st Sprint Car Main
Cole Young Sprint Car Chassis
May 23rd.  Congratulations go out to 15 year old Cole Young, who won his first sprint car main event on Saturday night aboard his XXX chassis. Young, the son of long time Team XXX driver Niki Young, led the first two laps of the race and regained the lead for good on lap eight before opening up a two second advantage on the field as he crossed under the checkered flags.
Dwayne Marcum Wins Saturday’s PAS Senior Race
Dwayne Marcum Sprint Car Chassis
May 23rd.  The Jason Yount owned Southern CA race team switched to a XXX Chassis a few weeks ago. In the 3rd race out, Dwayne Marcum won the Perris Auto Speedway Senior race on Saturday night. Which makes this extrodinary; this was the first win for Dwayne after 27 years of racing, as well as the first win ever for the car owner. Congrats on the long awaited win!
The Edge 3 Out Of 4 At The Grove
Brian Montieth Sprint Car Chassis
May 22rd.  On Friday night, Brian Montieth put on a show, overcoming windblown track conditions to trade the lead in the last lap and a half. Montieth battled Dietrich for a lot of the rave, but in the end, got the better of the exchange. He passed Dietrich around what little cushion there was in Turn 2 and held on for his third Williams Grove win in the last four weeks by a mere .169 seconds. "That was an exciting race," Montieth's car owner Jerry Parrish said. "They should pay those two to come here.".
Bacon and Hoffman Take 3rd USAC Win of 2015
Brady Bacon Sprint Car Chassis
May 15th.  Brady Bacon collected his third USAC National Tour win of 2015 on Friday night at Gas City I-69 Speedway in Indiana. Driving the Mean Green Hoffman Racing #69 XXX, Brady searched high and low for racing room while working his way forward from his sixth place starting spot. Brady had advanced to second by lap seventeen and using the inside groove, made what was the race winning pass on that lap. From there, it was a mad dash through traffic that saw the “Broken Arrow Bandit” emerged victorious by .403 seconds. Brady was also the fast qualifier. Congrats to Brady, Big Dan and the boys on the win.
Last Lap Pass Seals Win for Heath
Colton Heath Sprint Car Chassis
May 16th.  Colton Heath thrilled the Skagit Speedway crowd on Saturday night with a last lap pass for the win in his XXX sprint car. After dropping back to third at mid race, Heath rallied his way forward through heavy lapped cars to retake second place on lap 16. From there, Colton ran down race leader Trey Starks but looked bound to settle for a second place until a red flag flew on the last lap. With a green-white-checkered finish looming, Heath and Starks traded slidejobs multiple times with Colton ending out Trey for the win at the line by .127 seconds.
Ferguson Motors to Victory Lane
David Ferguson Sprint Car Chassis
May 16th.  David Ferguson is into the win column for the first time this season after a masterful performance at Canandaigua Motorsports Park in New York on Saturday night. After a strong heat race, Ferguson lined up seventh on the 19 car grid. By the time he had moved into second place, Ferguson was a full straightaway behind the leader but with patience and great determination, David ran him down and made the race winning pass coming out of turn four with six laps to go in his XXX chassis.
Southern Outlaw Win for Miller
Greg Hodnett Sprint Car Chassis
May 16th.  Michael Miller had everything fall his way on Saturday night, taking his first win of the year with the Southern Outlaw Sprints at Southern Raceway in Milton, FL. After winning his heat race, Miller drew the pole for the main event and led every lap without serious challenge in his XXX sprint car.
Cottage Grove Win for Carter
Colby Carter Sprint Car Chassis
May 15th.  It was a perfect night for racing at Cottage Grove Speedway in Oregon, and Colby Carter made use of the great weather to turn in a great performance in the Hedge Carter owned #71 XXX. Carter set quick time on the night, ran second in his heat race and the dash and then raced from sixth to first in the main event to pick up the victory.
Thomas Wins at Grays
Trisitin Thomas Sprint Car Chassis
May 16th.  Tristin Thomas grabbed the win with the Northwest Focus Midget Series at Grays Harbor Raceway on Saturday night. Despite tow rig trouble, which delayed his arrival to the track, Thomas would set quick time and parlay his pole position starting spot into a wire to wire win, his first of the season and first at Grays Harbor. It was an all XXX podium, with Mike Vollbrecht taking second and Nick Evans taking third.
Sellers Repeats with OCRS
Robert Sellers Sprint Car Chassis
May 15th.  The Oil Capital Racing Series went to Flint Creek Speedway on Saturday night, and when the dust settled, Robert Sellers became the series only repeat winner of 2015 in his XXX Sprint Car. Sellers took the lead for the first time on lap six before losing it on lap nine to Jamie Passmore. Robert adjusted his racing line from the top to the bottom and chased Jamie down, retaking the lead on lap 21 of the 30 lap main on his way to the win.
Hodnett Wins The Gettysburg Clash.  XXX Sweeps The Podium.
Greg Hodnett Sprint Car Chassis
May 13th.  Greg Hodnett claims to be “not very good” at Lincoln Speedway, but the results for him and the Heffner Racing Team say otherwise in 2015. On Wednesday night. Hodnett won the 2015 Gettysburg Clash at the 3/8 mile oval, dominating the main event and nearly pulling off a clean sweep of the race night in his XXX chassis. Hodnett was the fastest qualifier and set a new track record (post weight rule), and nearly won his heat race, taking second behind Kerry Madsen. An invert of zero gave Greg the pole for the dash, and he took full advantage by streaking away for the win and earning the pole for the 35 lap feature. Despite a rocky start to the main event, with three cautions in six laps, Hodnett would develop great rhythm early, building a healthy advantage once consecutive laps started clipping off, winning by a large margin at the drop of the checkered flag. Hodnett would top an all XXX podium that saw Stevie Smith take the Rahmer Racing #51 XXX to second place and Ryan Smith claim third in the Rob Warko owned #94 XXX.
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Brady Bacon And The Hoffman Auto Racing Team
Claim The 2014 USAC Sprint Car Title
Brady Bacon USAC Sprint Car Champion
Brady Bacon and the Hoffman Racing team are the 2014 USAC Sprint Champions. This was an amazing 10th championship in the storied history of Hoffman Racing, and the 1st USAC championship for Brady Bacon.
In Victory Circle at Canyon Speedway on November 15th, the Hoffmans relayed that it was hard to explain the joy, relief, pride, celebration, teamwork, and happiness for Brady and his family. The long and exhausting season which started in February came to a close. "Unless you are involved, I don't think you can appreciate how hard it is to win a USAC Championship, how much work, blood, perspiration and tears are involved. I have so much pride being a part of this great team. We truly are a family. The Bacon's joined our family a few years back, what a great pleasure it is for us to have Brady join the list of the great's that have driven for the Team.".
The entire Hoffman Racing team wished their fans and fellow competitors a big thank you for the outpouring of congratulations. A special congrats came from NASCAR Champion and ex-Hoffman driver Tony Stewart. He took the time to call from Florida and talk with Richard and Rob, even though the team he owns finished 2nd in the championship. Hoffman Racing
Brady went into the last two races of the season with a somewhat comfortable lead in points, but knows too well that in racing it is never over until it is over. After a relatively poor first night at Canyon, he still gained a few points over second place. An early pill draw hurt the team, they finished 5th in their heat and 5th in the B Main to transfer. The track was very tricky and they missed the setup for the main with too little stagger. But Brady avoided a totally bad night by running a hard fought 7th in the A Main. Luckily, his two main competitors for the championship had even tougher nights. Saturday night's season finally saw a much different track and great racing. Brady broke the track record going out mid-pack (which was broken a few more times later in qualifying). Brady started 6th in the 4th heat after qualifying 4th. He transferred in the 4th heat, finishing 3rd. At that point the team had clinched the Championship by just starting the A main.
Hoffman Auto Racing and Brady Bacon both choose XXX Chassis for Sprint Car competition.

All of us at XXX want to offer a huge congratulations to Brady Bacon, his family, and the entire Hoffman Racing organization on a spactacular 2014 season.

Follow Brady and the Hoffman Auto Racing team at www.bradybaconracing.com and www.hoffmanracing.com.
TeamXXX Gearing Up For A Banner 2015!

Drivers who chose XXX chassis grabbed 291 wins in 2014, with some of those wins coming in the sports biggest events.  2015 is shaping up to be an even bigger year for teams running XXX chassis and components to propel them to victory lane. Here’s a look at some of the top teams going for the big trophies and paychecks with XXX this year ...

Stevie Smith Sprint Car ChassisStevie Smith returns to the seat of the Fred Rahmer owned #51 in 2015. The pair has famed crew chief Moon Byers turning wrenches and will be tackling the big money shows in and around the Pennsylvania area as well as Knoxville and the World Finals. After winning lots of money in 2014, including $20,000 at the inaugural Kasey Kahne Dirt Classic and beating the World of Outlaws at Lincoln Speedway, Smith started out 2015 with a strong showing at Winter Heat in Arizona, finishing tied for first in the overall points and showing as one of the fastest cars on the track night in and night out.
The reigning and defending Knoxville Raceway track champion will drive XXX chassis in 2015. Ian Madsen and KCP Racing have joined TeamXXX this season, and have brand new chassis ready for Ian as the team readies for this year. After a successful winter racing schedule in Australia, Madsen and KCP Racing will run the full NSL schedule as well as defend their crown at Knoxville.
Logan Schuchart Sprint Car ChassisLogan Schuchart and Jacob Allen were road warriors last year, and sit ready to tackle the entire 2015 World of Outlaws campaign once again this season. After racing against the absolute best open wheel drivers in the world last year, Schuchart and Allen are primed with new XXX chassis and fresh engines to tackle 90 nights against the greatest show on dirt, with a full year of experience and of course, hall of famer Bobbly Allen turning wrenches all working towards their advantage.
Aaron Reutzel Sprint Car ChassisThe Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour will return in 2015 with some new faces, but it’s two familiar faces that look to capture the series top honors. Aaron Reutzel and Matt Covington both return to run the full slate of events in their XXX chassis. For Reutzel, the Clute, TX based driver brings a new engine program to his XXX for 2015. Reutzel won multiple times on the tour, and capped his season with a second place showing at the Short Track Nationals. Already a 410 winner during Winter Heat, Reutzel has huge momentum already on the year. The Oklahoma native Covington comes into 2015 in search of consistency in his program. After a long offseason to build new cars and recover from hand surgery, Covington along with his brother Eric and team owner/dad Bill have their eyes set on the top prize. A victory at the 2014 Jackson Nationals gives Matt high hopes for what the team can do when everything clicks this coming year.
The Edge”, Brian Montieth returns to the seat of the Premier Racing #21, looking to reclaim his winning ways. The team picked up the Hilly Rife Memorial win in 2014, and was amongst the area leaders in cars passed in main events, falling just short of taking the Lincoln Speedway track championship. Brian, car owner Jerry Parrish along with the Premier Racing crew worked hard over the offseason to prep one of the fastest and best looking cars in the country for big success.
Greg Hodnett Sprint Car ChassisJudging by early season returns, Greg Hodnett is primed to make some noise in his XXX in 2015. Hodnett made the switch to XXX late in 2014, winning his final race of the year at Susquehanna Speedway in Pennsylvania and carried his momentum into Florida, where he won his first race out over the All Star Circuit of Champions in Volusia. The 2014 Williams Grove track champion will be driving the Heffner Racing #27 XXX again this year, and his 6th place overall finish in Florida Dirt Week points proved he will be a force to be reckoned with wherever he unloads this year.
The Panhard/Watts Link 600 Fusion is Here!

2014 marks the debut of a brand new chassis from Triple X Race Components: The 600 Mini Sprint Panhard/Watts Link Fusion Chassis! We’ve taken all of the elements that have made our watts link style 600 a winning car from coast to coast and internationally and fused them with winning designs for panhard rear axle assemblies to give you one chassis that can run and win with either setup!


XXX 600 Mini Sprint ChassisThe call for Triple X to build a chassis incorporating mounts for both a panhard rear axle setup and a watts link setup were loud and strong. To accomplish this, we’ve improved upon our already strong watts link setup by changing our rear tube geometry. We’ve extended the right rear torsion tube outward, allowing us to incorporate a zero deflection right rear arm in to the watts link setup, allowing for more balanced rear drive. By taking nearly three inches of offset out of the rear arm, we’ve created a car that grips and drives more evenly off both rear tires, creating more forward bite and corner exit speed to go along with our chassis natural inclination to rotate at the center of the corner. This in turn has also led us to a strong rear arm that lasts longer and delivers value to you.


XXX 600 Mini Sprint ChassisThe panhard style rear axle assembly gives teams the option to control their roll center from the cockpit during the race. Fully setup to work with our panhard handle cockpit adjuster, teams who are looking for an in race option to adjust their weight transfer have a simple to use option now available from XXX. We’ve created an easy to order panhard conversion package for those looking to retrofit a panhard rear axle assembly to their XXX chassis, and have a brand new XXX 600 Mini Sprint Core Kit for those of you looking to start your operation from the ground up.


XXX 600 Mini Sprint ChassisThe Panhard/Watts Link Fusion Chassis enters the market on the back of huge success for our 600 program over the back half of 2013 and into early 2014, highlighted by Australian National Champion Brock Hallett. After being runner up at the 2013 National Title, Hallett and his new team, Cates Motorsport, rode to victory at Perth Motorplex in Western Australia to earn the right to be AU #1 for the next calendar year. Hallett also put together 4 other wins over the course of the 2013-2014 campaign for the new team.

Dylan Willsher also brought international accolades to Team XXX, winning the Tasmanian State Title on February 8th. With four wins over the course of his 2013-2014 campaign, Willsher helped keep XXX 600’s at the forefront of the conversation in Australia this past season.

The all-new 600 Panhard/Watts Link Fusion Chassis and components are in stock and available to ship out immediately! Contact us or go to your nearest authorized XXX dealer and order your race winning chassis today!

Continued Growth for XXX Midget

Blake Hahn Midget ChassisThe XXX Midget continues to grow and succeed, both domestically and internationally, with the most recent major triumph coming at the 2014 Tulsa Shootout where Blake Hahn won a Golden Driller in the EcoTec Midget division. This was the second time Hahn has won a Driller in a XXX midget and the third win for XXX in the past four shootouts.

Hahn made easy work of the EcoTec Midget division at this year’s Tulsa Shootout. Over the 3 day event, he was consistently the fastest car on the track. After running third in his heat race, Hahn won his qualifier from 5th. This slated him from an outside pole position start on the main, which he parlayed into an easy win.

Hahn’s Tulsa Shootout win highlighted the 2013 calendar year for XXX midgets, which saw drivers win all over the country. Shane Cockrum and Tyler Thomas led the charge in the Midwest, with Cockrum taking a Powri win on April 26th and Thomas winning the Twister Nationals at I-44 Speedway in Oklahoma in the month of October. Matt Smith was an international winner on October 26th at Archerfield Speedway in Brisbane, AU. Tony Rossi won twice against the RMMRA in Colorado, and Jared Peterson, Derek Holmwood and Ariel Biggs all collected wins on the West Coast in 2013.

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Wins in 2014

41 XXX Chassis
Champions in 2014

Travis Rilat
2015 Tyson Perez Memorial Champion
Blake Hahn
2015 Tulsa Shootout ECOtec Midget Champion
Jason Scott
2015 New Zealand South Island Champion
Brady Bacon
2014 USAC Sprint Champion
2014 USAC Eastern Storm Champion
Brent Marks
2014 Living Legends Dream Race Champion
Stevie Smith
2014 Mitch Smith Memorial Champion
2014 Kasey Kahne Dirt Classic Champion
Matt Covington
2014 ASCS Jackson Nationals Champion
Colin Baker / Hedge Carter Motorsports
2014 ASCS NW Champion
2014 Cottage Grove 360 Champion
Darren Hagen
2014 Western World Midget Champion
Kyle Moody
2014 Kevin Gobrecht Memorial Champion
Tyler Thomas
2014 POWRi SPEED Week Champion
Aaron Ott
2014 360 National Open Champion
Scotty Theil
2014 UMSS Open Wheel Nationals Champion
J Kinder
2014 Knoxville 305 Season Champion
Nick Kirkegaard
2014 Lone Tree Race Park 600 Champion
J.J. Grasso
2014 Gohn Memorial Champion
Brian Montieth
2014 Hilly Rife Memorial Champion
Jim Siegel
2014 Weldon Sterner Memorial Champion
Ryan Hunsinger
2014 Ohsweken Speedway Crate Sprint Champion
Brock Hallett
2014 Australia Formula 500 National Champion
Jerry Richert Jr
2014 UMSS Mighty Axe Nationals Champion
Ben White
2014 English Champion
2014 UK Long Track Champion
Colton Heath
2014 STSS Champion
2014 Skagit Speedway 360 Champion
Troy Jordan
2013/2014 Lucas Oil Southern Speedcar Series Champion
2013/2014 VSDA Champion
Jimmy Christian
2014 Walt Bronco Memorial Champion
Brendan Quinn
2014 AUS Mayors Cup Champion
Duncan Panton
2014 UK Sprint Car Dirt Champion
Andy Erksine
2014 Central Motor Speedway Champion
2014 Central Otogo Sprint Car Champion
Daniel Thomas
2014 King Country Six Shooter Champion
2014 New Zealand Six Shooter Champion
Wayne Johnson
2014 Ronald Laney Memorial King of the 360s
Dylan Willsher
2014 Tasmanian Formula 500 Champion
Travis Rilat
2014 Tyson Perez Memorial Champion
Blake Hahn
2014 Tulsa Shootout ECOtec Midget Champion
Jamie Larson
2014 Ruapuna Speedway Gold Cup Champion
Jason Scott
2014 New Zealand South Island Champion
2014 War Of Wings Champion

291 XXX Chassis
Wins in 2014

Date Driver Track/Series/Location
5/24 Tim Shaffer All Star
Freemont Speedway
Freemont, OH
5/24 Greg Hodnett Ray Tilley Classic
Selinsgrove Speedway
Selinsgrove, PA
5/24 Andy Bradley (1200) Tri-State Speedway Haubstadt, IN
5/23 Cole Young Lincoln Speedway Abbottstown, PA
5/23 Colton Heath Skagit Speedway
Alger, WA
55/23 Perris Auto Speedway
Perris, CA
5/22 Brian Montiethh Williams Grove Speedway Mechanicsburg, PA
5/16 Colton Heath Skagit Speedway
Alger, WA
5/16 Tristin Thomas (Midget) Northwest Focus Midget Series Grays Harbor Raceway Elma, WA
5/16 Colby Carter Cottage Grove Speedway Cottage Grove, OR
5/16 David Ferguson Canandaigua Motorsports Park Canandaigua, NY
5/16 Michael Miller Southern Outlaw Sprints Southern Raceway
Milton, FL
5/15 Brady Bacon (Non-Wing) USAC National Sprint Car Series Gas City I-69 Speedway Gas City, IN
5/15 Robert Sellers OCRS
Flint Creek Speedway West Siloam Springs, OK
5/13 Greg Hodnett WoO Gettysburg Clash
Lincoln Speedway Abbottstown, PA
5/9 Greg Hodnett Port Royal Speedway
Port Royal, PA
5/9 Jeff Halligan Lincoln Speedway Abbottstown, PA
5/9 Nathan Skaggs OVSCA Brushcreek Motorsports Complex Peebles, OH
5/9 Kyle Miller (non-wing) NWWT Cottage Grove Speedway Cottage Grove, OR
5/9 Chase Viebrock (non-wing) TSCS St Croix Valley Raceway St Croix Falls, WI
5/9 Sean MacDonnell Castrol Raceway Edmonton, AB
5/8 Brian Montieth Williams Grove Speedway Mechanicsburg, PA
5/2 Brian Montieth Weldon Sterner Memorial Lincoln Speedway Abbottstown, PA
5/2 Jeff Day Superbowl Speedway Greenville, TX
5/1 Brian Montieth Williams Grove Speedway Mechanicsburg, PA
5/1 Tim Buckwalter (Midget) ARDC
Big Diamond Speedway Pottsville, PA
5/1 Sean Kirkpatrick Bedford Speedway Bedford, PA
5/1 Austin Seridian (600) Deming Speedway Everson, WA
5/1 Jared Peterson (Midget) Deming Speedway Everson, WA
4/25 JJ Grasso Lincoln Speedway Abbottstown, PA
4/25 Kelsey Carpenter Skagit Speedway
Alger, WA
4/25 Tony Dowd Kennedale Speedway Park Kennedale, TX
4/25 Cody Robbins Louisiana Bayou Sprinters Underwood Speedway Chatham, LA
4/25 Steve Parker Skagit Speedway
Alger, WA
4/25 Zach Newlin PA Sprint Series Susquehanna Speedway Park Susquehanna, PA
4/24 Greg Hodnett All Star Circuit of Champions
Williams Grove Speedway Mechanicsburg, PA
4/24 JB Cunningham Trail Way Speedway Hanover, PA
4/18 Parker Price-Miller All Star Circuit of Champions
Wayne County Speedway Orrville, OH
4/18 Brady Bacon (non-wing) USAC National Tour
Tri-State Speedway Haubstadt, IN
4/18 Fred Mattox Creek County Speedway Sapulpa, OK
4/17 Stevie Smith Tommy Hinnershitz Spring Classic
Williams Grove Speedway Mechanicsburg, PA
4/17 Michael Vollbrecht (Midget) NW Focus Midget Series Deming Speedway Everson, WA
4/17 Riley Watkins (600) Deming Speedway Everson, WA
4/17 Danny Stratton (Midget) ARDC
Linda’s Speedway Jonestown, PA
4/12 Curt Michael URC
Bridgeport Speedway Bridgeport, NJ
4/11 Lance Dewease Lincoln Speedway Abbottstown, PA
4/11 Greg Hodnett Port Royal Speedway
Port Royal, PA
4/11 Brady Bacon (non-wing) Lawrenceburg Speedway Lawrenceburg, IN
4/11 Parker Price-Miller Fremont Speedway Fremont, OH
4/11 Robert Sellers OCRS Outlaw Motor Speedway Oktaha, OK
4/10 Rodney Westhafer Williams Grove Speedway Mechanicsburg, PA
4/4 Ryan Smith All Star Circuit of Champions
Attica Raceway Park
Attica, OH
4/4 Brian Montieth Spring Championship Lincoln Speedway Abbottstown, PA
4/4 Aaron Reutzel Bronco Raceway Park Cleveland, TX
4/4 Dylan Willsher (600) Australian National Championship Rockhampton Speedway Rockhampton, Australia
4/4 Aaron Ott Port Royal Speedway
Port Royal, PA
4/4 JJ Hickle Summer Thunder Series Central Washington State Fair Raceway Yakima, WA
4/3 Aaron Reutzel ASCS Red River
Red River Speedway Wichita Falls, TX
3/29 Brian Montieth Lincoln Speedway Abbottstown, PA
3/27 Jeff Day RPM Speedway
Crandall, TX
3/27 Joey Starnes (600) Superbowl Speedway Greenville, TX
3/15 Greg Hodnett Lincoln Speedway Abbottstown, PA
3/15 Chase Briscoe (1200) DuQuoin Indoor Raceway DuQuoin, IL
3/14 Brandon Denton (Midget) Southern States Midget Series North Florida Speedway Lake City, FL
3/7 Aaron Reutzel Bronco Raceway Park Cleveland, TX
2/27 Aaron Reutzel ASCS National Tour
Bubba Raceway Park Ocala, FL
2/22 Brady Bacon (Non-Wing) USAC National Tour
Bubba Raceway Park
Ocala, Fl
2/19 Aaron Rteutzel ASCS National
East Bay Raceway Park Tampa, FL
2/11 Greg Hodnett All Star Circuit of Champions
Volusia Speedway Park Barberville, FL
2/8 Chase Briscoe Open Wheel Show Down
DuQuoin, IL
2/8 Travis Rilat Tyson Perez Memorial Borderline Raceway Mt. Gambier, AUS
2/7 Michael Burford Michael Burford
Speedway City
Adelaide, AUS
1/15 Daniel Anderson Ruapuna Speedway Christchurch, New Zealand
1/10 Aaron Reutzel Winter Heat Showdown
Cocopah Speedway
Somerton, AZ
1/3 Blake Hahn (Midget) Tulsa Shootout
Tulsa Expo Raceway
Tulsa, OK
1/1 Jason Scott South Island Championship Central Motor Speedway Queenstown, NZ
11/28 Aaron Reutzel Southern New Mexico Speedway
Las Cruces, NM
11/22 Darren Hagen (Midget) Sunline Speedway
Waikerie, South Australia
11/22 Brendan Quinn Sunline Speedway
Waikerie, South Australia
11/15 Greg Hodnett Susquehanna Speedway Park
Newberrytown, PA
11/8 Aaron Reutzel ASCS National Tour
Southern New Mexico Speedway
Las Cruces, NM
11/8 Trey Pearson (Midget) Southern States Midget Series
North Florida Speedway Lake City, FL
10/25 Ryan Smith Port Royal Speedway Port Royal, PA
10/25 Brendan Quinn Mayors Cup
Speedway City
Adelaide, South Australia
10/22 Aaron Reutzel Short Track Nationals Prelim I-30 Speedway Little Rock, AK
10/19 Curt Michael URC Grandview Speedway Bechtelsville, PA
10/18 Matt Covington Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour Devil’s Bowl Speedway Mesquite, TX
10/18 Gavin Thomas (Midget) Southern States Midget Series
North Florida Speedway Lake City, FL
10/11 Jeff Geiges Port Royal Speedway
Port Royal, PA
10/4 Zach Newlin PASS Path Valley Speedway
Spring Run, PA
10/4 Zach Boden (600) Cedar Lake Arena
New Richmond, WIA
9/27 Stevie Smith Kasey Kahne Dirt Classic Lincoln Speedway Abbottstown, PA
9/27 Evan Mosley (600) US 24 Speedway Logansport, IN
9/27 Aaron Ott 360 National Open Selinsgrove Speedway Selinsgrove, PA
9/27 Jay Cole Grays Harbor Raceway Elma, WA
9/27 Andy Bradley (1200) Bloomington Speedway Bloomington, IN
9/26 Stevie Smith Williams Grove Speedway Mechanicsburg, PA
9/26 Jimmy Christian (Non-Wing) Ocean Speedway Watsonville, CA
9/21 Brady Bacon (Non-Wing) 4 Crown Nationals
USAC National Sprint Cars
Eldora Speedway
Rossburg, OH
9/21 Curt Michael Susquehanna Speedway Park
Newberrytown, PA
9/20 Lorne Wofford ASCS SW
Tuscon International Raceway
Tuscon, AZ
9/20 Kyle Clark (Non-Wing) Creek County Speedway
Sapulpa, OK
9/20 Colby Carter Cottage Grove Speedway Cottage Grove, OR
9/20 Skylar Gee Central Alberta Raceway
Rimbey, AB
9/20 Trey Pearson (Midget) Southern States Midget Series
North Florida Speedway
lake City, FL
9/19 Lance Sargent (Midget) NW USAC HPD Midgets
Deming Speedway
Deming, WA
9/19 Brent Marks Williams Grove Speedway
Mechanicsburg, PA
9/19 Evan Mosley (600) US 24 Speedway Logansport, IN
9/18 Brady Bacon (Non-Wing) USAC National Sprint Cars
Terre Haute Action Track
Terre Haute, IN
9/13 Kyle Miller Cottage Grove Speedway Cottage Grove, OR
9/13 Mike Miller (Non-Wing) Waynesfield Raceway Park Waynesfield, OH
9/13 Eric Fisher Skagit Speedway
Alger, WA
9/12 Brian Montieth Williams Grove Speedway Mechanicsburg, PA
9/12 Ryan Hunsinger Ohsweken Speedway Ohsweken, ON Canada
9/11 Ryan Bowers Sprint Invaders
Farley Speedway
Farley, IA
9/6 Duncan Panton European Championship
Warneton Speedway Warneton-Ploegstart, Belgium
9/6 Dave Ekern I-90 Speedway
Hartford, SD
9/6 Billy Aton Petaluma Speedway Petaluma, CA
9/6 Jeff Geiges NERS
New Egypt Speedway
New Egypt, NJ
9/6 Ryan Bowers UMSS
Cedar Lake Speedway
New Richmond, WI
9/6 Kyle Miller (Non-Wing) Cottage Grove Wingless Nationals
Cottage Grove Speedway Cottage Grove, OR
9/5 Stevie Smith All Star Circuit of Champions
Port Royal Speedway
Port Royal, PA
9/5 Danny Varin CRSA
Albany Saratoga Speedway Malta, NY
9/5 Greg Gunderson (600) St Croix Valley Raceway
St Croix Falls, WI
8/31 Jerry Richert Jr UMSS Mighty Axe Nationals North Central Speedway Brainerd, MN
8/31 Jared Peterson Grays Harbor Raceway Elma, WA
8/31 Matt Covington ASCS National
Jackson Sprint Car Nationals
8/31 Brian Montieth Lincoln Speedway
Abbottstown, PA
8/31 Austin Sheridan (600) Airport Raceway
Garden City, KS
8/30 Rick Wilson Southern Ontario Sprints Brighton Speedway Brighton, ON Canada
8/30 Ryan Bowers UMSS
North Central Speedway
Brainerd, MN
8/30 Mike Miller (Non-Wing) Waynesfield Raceway Park Waynesfield, OH
8/30 Mickey Walker Creek County Speedway Sapulpa, OK
8/30 Nick Daywalt (DLX 1200) Wilmot Raceway
Wilmot, WI
8/28 Zach McCabe Skagit Speedway
Alger, WA
8/24 Aaron Schuck (Midget) IMRA
Quad City Speedway
East Moline, IL
8/23 Brian McClelland OCRS
Southern Oklahoma Speedway
Ardmore, OK
8/23 Barry Martinez Skagit Speedway
Alger, WA
8/23 Dustin Purdy CRSA
Five Mile Point Speedway
Kirkwood, NY
8/23 Shayle Bade Eagle Raceway
Eagle, NE
8/23 David Ferguson Canandaigua Motorsports Park
Canandaigua, NY
8/22 Isaac Abenroth (600) Deming Speedway
Deming, WA
8/22 Colby Estes (600) Mountain Creek Speedway
Grand Prairie, TX
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