3-Way Tie Atop ISW Passing Master Points

Three of the first four winners in the 32nd NOS Energy Drink Indiana Sprint Week series occupy a three-way tie at the top of the ProSource Passing Master standings following Sunday night’s round at Lawrenceburg Speedway, won by Justin Grant (Ione, Calif.)

Grant, plus Plymouth winner Tyler Courtney (Indianapolis, Ind.) and Gas City victor Shane Cottle (Kansas, Ill.) have all passed a total of 17 cars apiece thus far through the first half of ISW.  Dave Darland (Lincoln, Ind.) advanced to fourth in the standings after charging from 22nd to 11th at Lawrenceburg.  Kyle Cummins (Princeton, Ind.) sits fifth with 12 cars passed during the week.

The series continues this Wednesday, July 24, with round five and the start of the second half of ISW at the Terre Haute Action Track.  ISW rounds out with visits to Lincoln Park Speedway (Putnamville) on Thursday, July 25, at Bloomington Speedway on Friday, July 26, with the finale at Tri-State Speedway (Haubstadt) on Saturday, July 27.



1. (17) Justin Grant

2. (17) Tyler Courtney

3. (17) Shane Cottle

4. (16) Dave Darland

5. (12) Kyle Cummins

6. (12) Jarett Andretti

7. (11) C.J. Leary

8. (11) Dakota Jackson

9. (11) Brent Beauchamp

10. (9) Max Adams

11. (8) Chris Windom

12. (8) Matt Westfall

13. (6) Cole Ketcham

14. (6) Dustin Christie

15. (5) Kevin Thomas, Jr.

16. (4) Carson Short

17. (4) Isaac Chapple

18. (4) Brandon Mattox

19. (3) Brady Bacon

20. (3) Jason McDougal

21. (2) Josh Hodges

22. (2) Dickie Gaines

23. (2) Brody Roa

24. (1) Mitchell Davis

25. (0) Chad Boespflug, Chase Stockon, Scotty Weir, Corey Smith, Thomas Meseraull, A.J. Hopkins, Dustin Ingle, Clinton Boyles, Koby Barksdale, Zane Hendricks, Terry Richards, Matt Moore, Joe Stornetta, Anthony D'Alessio, Brian VanMeveren, Dallas Hewitt, Matt Goodnight, Matt McCarthy, Eric Perrott, Brandon Long, Andrew Prather, Callie Wolsiffer, Joe Liguori, Garrett Abrams & Shane Cockrum


The second half of ISW kicks off Wednesday, July 24, at the Terre Haute Action Track.  Pits open at 3pm, front gates at 4pm and hot laps at 6:30pm.  Adult general admission grandstand tickets are $25, adult infield tickets are $15 in the infield, children 11 and under are free when accompanied by a parent.  DIRTcar Modifieds will be racing as well on the half-mile.

Lincoln Park Speedway in Putnamville is next up on Thursday, July 25 where the front gate and pit gate opens at 4:30pm Eastern, drivers meeting begins at 6pm and hot laps are scheduled for 6:30pm.  Indiana Super Stocks will also be in attendance.  Adult general admission tickets are $25 and pit passes are $30 apiece.

The “Sheldon Kinser Memorial” on Friday, July 26 at Bloomington Speedway will have the pits open at 3pm Eastern, front gates at 5pm, drivers meeting at 6pm and hot laps at 6:40pm.  Adult tickets are $25, students (with valid I.D.) are $10, children 12 and under are free.  Pit passes are $30 apiece.  RaceSaver Sprint Cars are also on the event card.

For the finale at Tri-State Speedway in Haubstadt on Saturday, July 27, qualifying is slated to begin at 6:30pm and racing at 7:30pm Central.  Adult tickets are $25, students 13-18 are $20 and children 12 and under are free.  Pit passes are $30.  Modifieds will also be racing.

Watch all eight races from “Indiana Sprint Week” live and on-demand at FloRacing.

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