Tulare's Faria Memorial Moved to June 7

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The previously scheduled “Chris & Brian Faria Memorial” for Saturday, June 8th, at Tulare’s Thunderbowl Raceway has been moved to Friday, June 7th.

In addition to the USAC West Coast Sprint Cars, the event will also feature the winged Kings of Thunder Sprints, Western RaceSaver Sprints, and IMCA Stock Cars. The front gates will open at 3PM, with racing scheduled for 6PM. For more Tulare information, visit the track’s website at thunderbowlraceway.com or call 559.688.0909.

The following night, the track will host the finale of the “Peter Murphy Classic” after rains washed out last Saturday’s show with the NARC King of the West and Kings of Thunder Sprints.

The USAC West Coast Sprint Cars are back in action on Saturday, June 1st at Ventura Raceway for the “ARP Battle of the Beach Race #2” with the VRA Sprints.

The USAC West Coast Sprint Car Series thanks AMSOIL, Brown & Miller Racing Solutions, Butlerbuilt Professional Seat Systems, Chris Kearns Presents, Competition Suspension Incorporated, Extreme Mufflers, Five Star Grafix, Hoosier Racing Tire, Loudpedal Productions, Pyrotect Racing Cells, Saldana Racing Products, Ultra Shield Race Products, Wilwood Disc Brakes, and Woodland Auto Display for their support. 

For more information on the series, visit usacracing.com and the social media for USAC Racing. You can also find exclusive content on westcoastsprintcars.com and the USAC West Coast Sprint Car Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages.

USAC WEST COAST SPRINT CAR POINT STANDINGS: 1-Tristan Guardino-405, 2-Ryan Timmons-286, 3-Koen Shaw-262, 4-Jake Swanson-238, 5-Austin Liggett-227, 6-Danny Faria Jr.-221, 7-Slater Helt-212, 8-Hannah Mayhew-203, 9-J.J. Ringo-197, 10-Austin Ervine-187, 11-Kyle Edwards-178, 12-Steve Hix-172, 13-Michael Faccinto-167, 14-Brody Roa-154, 15-T.J. Smith-150, --Cody Majors-150, 17-Charles Davis Jr.-147, 18-Stevie Sussex-145, 19-Troy Rutherford-139, 20-Ryan Bernal-135.

2019 USAC WEST COAST SPRINT CAR SERIES SCHEDULE

DATE-TRACK-LOCATION

February 27: The Dirt Track at LVMS - Las Vegas, NV (Winner: Brody Roa)

February 28: The Dirt Track at LVMS - Las Vegas, NV (Winner: Jake Swanson)

March 16: Bakersfield Speedway - Bakersfield, CA (Winner: Chase Johnson)

March 23: *Ventura Raceway – Ventura, CA (Winner: Tristan Guardino) 

April 27: Santa Maria Raceway - Santa Maria, CA (Winner: Austin Liggett)

May 17: Thunderbowl Raceway - Tulare, CA (Winner: Austin Liggett)

May 18: Petaluma Speedway – Petaluma, CA (RAINED OUT)

June 1: *Ventura Raceway – Ventura, CA (ARP Battle at the Beach Race #2)

June 7: Thunderbowl Raceway - Tulare, CA (Chris & Brian Faria Memorial)

June 15: Santa Maria Raceway - Santa Maria, CA (Ron Otto Memorial)

August 10: Santa Maria Raceway - Santa Maria, CA (Bud Stanfield Memorial)

August 24: *Ventura Raceway - Ventura, CA (ARP Battle at the Beach Race #3)

October 5: Santa Maria Raceway - Santa Maria, CA 

October 12: Petaluma Speedway – Petaluma, CA

November 27: *Ventura Raceway - Ventura, CA (Turkey Night Grand Prix / Non-Points)

November 28: *Ventura Raceway - Ventura, CA (Turkey Night Grand Prix / ARP Battle at the Beach Race #4 / Non-Points)

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* = Co-Sanctioned Event with VRA Sprints.

This schedule is subject to change.

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