Longtime USAC supporter ProSource has pledged $400 to the overall Passing Master Award winner for Smackdown VIII, rewarding the driver advancing the most total positions throughout the week's three USAC AMSOIL Sprint Car National Championship feature events at Indiana’s Kokomo Speedway.
Chris Windom (Canton, Ill.) takes the early lead in the standings after advancing from his 16th starting position to finish 7th in Thursday’s Smackdown opener.
1. (9) Chris Windom
2. (8) Carson Short
3. (4) Tyler Courtney
4. (4) Hunter Schuerenberg
5. (3) Jason McDougal
6. (2) Justin Grant
7. (2) Chase Stockon
8. (2) Max Adams
9. (1) Thomas Meseraull
10. (1) Scotty Weir
11. (0) Kyle Cummins, C.J. Leary, Brady Bacon, Logan Seavey, Dave Darland, Matt Westfall, Kevin Thomas, Jr., Dustin Smith, Shane Cottle, Isaac Chapple, Carmen Perigo, Corey Smith, Brandon Mattox, Timmy Buckwalter, Tye Mihocko, Sterling Cling, Cole Ketcham, Brian VanMeveren, Matt Goodnight, Josh Hodges, Jarett Andretti, Ty Tilton, Dustin Christie, Travis Hery, Brad Greenup & Anthony D'Alessio
The racing festivities at Kokomo continue Friday, August 23. All gates open at 3pm Eastern with cars on track at 6:45pm. Adult general admission tickets are $25 and children age 12 and under free. Pit passes are $35 apiece.
On the final night of Smackdown on Saturday, August 24, all gates open at 3pm Easter with cars on track at 6pm. Adult general admission tickets are $35 and children age 12 and under free. Pit passes are $45 apiece. The Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series will also be on the event card.
All three nights of Smackdown will be shown live and on-demand on FloRacing. You can listen to live audio of each night on the USAC app and follow along with live timing and scoring on the Race-Monitor app as well as the USAC app.