2024 USAC Hoosier Hundred at Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park

Results: USAC Hoosier Hundred At Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park

Results: USAC Hoosier Hundred At Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park

USAC Hoosier Hundred Results Lucas Oil Raceway Park May 25, 2024.

May 26, 2024 by FloRacing Staff

One year after dominating the first 116 laps of the Hoosier Hundred, Kody Swanson only had to focus on a mere 100 circuits around Brownsburg, Indiana’s Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park on Saturday morning.

In fact, he seemingly didn’t have to worry about a thing throughout the entire distance as he led from start to finish to score his fifth career Hoosier Hundred victory aboard his Doran-Binks Racing/Mission Foods – Wilke Orthodontics – Glenn Farms/Beast/Lanci Ford.

Swanson’s four previous Hoosier Hundred wins in 2014-15-16-18 all came on the dirt at the now-shuttered Indiana State Fairgrounds mile, but this time around, the win came on the pavement of IRP where it has been held in each of the past two seasons.

“It’s great to have the Hoosier Hundred continue,” Swanson said in praise of the race that has been held regularly since 1953. “I loved it at the Indiana State Fairgrounds, but it’s so great that (IRP promoter) Kasey Coler and his team put it on, and it pays more now for us than it ever did before. That means a lot to the racers, and I appreciate him sticking his neck out on that.”

For the victory, Swanson pocketed a cool $26,000 between his victory and pole position, the richest-paying USAC Silver Crown event of the 2024 season and among the most lucrative in series history. In the process, he also became the new series point leader, by one point, over C.J. Leary as Swanson pursues an unprecedented eighth Silver Crown championship.

Swanson’s handful of Hoosier Hundred triumphs ranks second all-time behind only A.J. Foyt, who won six in his illustrious career. Swanson’s 43rd career USAC Silver Crown victory was also his eighth with the series at IRP’s .686-mile paved oval, tying his brother, Tanner Swanson, for number one all-time.

“However it ends, if it works out like this, you can’t be picky,” Swanson said. “I haven’t won a points race here in three years. My brother has been racking them up and Bobby (Santos) too. I’m just glad to get these guys to victory lane whenever we can. They do such a great job on this car.”

USAC Silver Crown Results Hoosier Hundred At Lucas Oil IRP

1. Kody Swanson (1)

 2. Logan Seavey (2)

 3. C.J. Leary (#06) (22)

 4. Russ Gamester (8)

 5. Bobby Santos (3)

6. Dakoda Armstrong (4)

7. Taylor Ferns (6)

8. Nathan Byrd (12)

9. Trey Osborne (9)

 10. Kyle Steffens (20)

 11. Justin Grant (5)

12. Tyler Roahrig (7)

13. Patrick Lawson (11)

14. Jerry Coons Jr. (10)

15. Tanner Berryhill (16)

16. Gregg Cory (17)

17. Casey Buckman (15)

18. Trey Burke (13)

19. Kaylee Bryson (14)

20. Brent Yarnal (18)

21. Nathan Moore (19)

22. Dave Berkheimer (21)