Windom Retains Smackdown Passing Master Lead

Chris Windom (Canton, Ill.) retains the lead of the ProSource Smackdown VIII Passing Master standings after advancing from his 16th to 7th in Thursday’s opening night feature and moving from 12th to 8th in Friday’s main event for a total of 13 cars passed in two nights of racing.

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. 

 

1. (13) Chris Windom

2. (12) Brady Bacon

3. (8) Carson Short

4. (7) Tyler Courtney

5. (7) Jason McDougal

6. (4) Hunter Schuerenberg

7. (4) Scotty Weir

8. (3) Shane Cottle

9. (2) C.J. Leary

10. (2) Justin Grant

11. (2) Chase Stockon

12. (2) Max Adams

13. (1) Thomas Meseraull

14. (1) Cole Ketcham

15. (0) Kyle Cummins, Logan Seavey, Dave Darland, Matt Westfall, Kevin Thomas, Jr., Dustin Smith, Isaac Chapple, Carmen Perigo, Corey Smith, Brandon Mattox, Timmy Buckwalter, Tye Mihocko, Sterling Cling, Brian VanMeveren, Matt Goodnight, Josh Hodges, Jarett Andretti, Ty Tilton, Dustin Christie, Travis Hery, Brad Greenup, Anthony D'Alessio, Clinton Boyles, Lee Underwood & Brad Wyatt

 

The racing festivities at Kokomo continue with 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 of 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.

Lee Brings Home East Bay Winternationals Win on Night #3

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The third night of the 2020 Winternationals saw the third different feature winner in the Modified ranks. Tennessee racer Lucas Lee held off all challengers in the 30-lap to record the victory.

Burrows Edges Hughes for Night Two East Bay Triumph

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For the second night in a row, drama prevailed in the running of the Modified A Main as the outcome wasn’t decided until the last lap. On the second night of the action, the winner would take the top prize by a half car length at the checkers.

Dixon Opens Winternationals Modified Week in Victory Lane

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A chilly night greeted the hardy fans who attended the opening night of the 44th annual Winternationals at East Bay Raceway Park. On tap was a 25-lap main event for UMP/EBRP Modifieds and a 20-lapper for the companion Street Stocks.

Watch Guide: Winternationals Modified Week at East Bay

The 44th Annual East Bay Winternationals returns January 21 - 25 LIVE on FloRacing.com. Modifieds will race for a top prize of $1,000 on the first two nights with the Street Stocks doing battle for $400 to win for the first three nights. The winner’s share jumps to $1,500 on the next two nights for the Modifieds while the Friday Street Stock winner claims $500. For the Saturday finale, the Modified winner will receive $5,000 with the Street Stock champion getting $1,000.

Sheppard Takes Loot in Wild West Shootout Finale

Brandon Sheppard of New Berlin, Ill., captured the biggest prize of the 14th annual Keyser Manufacturing Wild West Shootout on Sunday at FK Rod Ends Arizona Speedway, winning the $15,000 Shaw Trucking 50 finale along with a $10,000 bonus for his third victory of the miniseries.

2020 USAC West Coast Sprint Schedule Announced

USAC’s West Coast Sprint Car division is raring to go entering its 11th season in 2020.

Jimmie Johnson Named Daytona USAC.25 Grand Marshal

Seven-time NASCAR champion and two-time Daytona 500 winner, Jimmie Johnson, has been named the Honorary Grand Marshal for the USAC.25 Series' national race at Daytona International Speedway Feb 6-9, 2020.

2020 East Bay Winternationals Preview

The 44th annual Winternationals at East Bay Raceway Park is now just days away from nearly 20 days of racing over the next month.

Third Wild West Shootout Win Gives Shirley $10k Bonus

With his third miniseries victory, Brian Shirley on Saturday grabbed a piece of the Keyser Quarter-Million Challenge — and he’s looking for more.

Shirley Grabs Round #4 For Second Wild West Shootout Win

A pair of Illinois drivers came to Arizona in search of desert treasure, and they’re not leaving much cash for anyone else.