USAC WSO Doubles Up At Creek County

The 2019 USAC Wingless Sprints Oklahoma champion will be crowned this weekend following two consecutive nights of racing, this Friday and Saturday night, October 11-12, at the Fall Fling at Creek County Speedway in Sapulpa, Okla.

Brett Wilson (Coweta, Okla.) holds an 89-point lead entering the weekend in his quest for a second consecutive series title.  Johnny Kent (Kiefer, Okla.) is Wilson’s closest pursuant, second in the standings.  Both are seeking their first Creek County wins of 2019.

Andrew Deal (Caney, Kans.) has won twice this year at Creek County while Danny Smith (Sand Springs, Okla.) and Matt Sherrell (Owasso, Okla.) have each occupied victory lane once apiece at the ¼-mile dirt oval.

The John Christner Trucking Fall Fling presented by James Hodge Ford features the USAC WSO Sprints along with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series.  Both nights, gates open at 5:30pm Central, drivers meeting at 6:30pm, hot laps at 7pm and racing at 7:30pm.  On Friday, October 11, adult tickets are $20, youths age 11-14 are $6 and kids 10 & under are free.  On Saturday, October 12, adult tickets are $25, youths age 11-14 are $6 and kids 10 & under are free.  Pit passes are $40 apiece.

USAC WINGLESS SPRINTS OKLAHOMA POINTS: 1-Brett Wilson-1,481, 2-Johnny Kent-1,392, 3-Cameron Hagin-1,354, 4-Waylon Weaver-1,246, 5-Danny Smith-1,210, 6-Ben Frey-1,186, 7-J.C. Wilson-1,123, 8-Ryan Dean-736, 9-Tim Kent-713, 10-Noah Harris-713.

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Fast Talk: Looking at Eldora's Unique Stream

Our weekly roundtable considers action from the final weekend in May as the drumbeat intensifies for the upcoming $50,000-to-win Stream Invitational at Eldora Speedway (edited for clarity and length):

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USAC Sprints Prepared for 2nd Act Sunday at I-55

They say first impressions can make a lasting impression.

Wait is Over: USAC Sprints Saturday at 34 Raceway!

One-hundred-twelve days.  That’s the wait we’ve all had to endure since the last time the USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Cars turned a wheel in competition when the series unloads this Saturday night, June 6, for Sonny’s Market Night at 34 Raceway in West Burlington, Iowa, the grand opening of a doubleheader weekend with a trip to Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 the following night, Sunday, June 7.

USAC Sprint Stat Book: Return to Racing Edition

Remember back.  The last time the USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Cars competed, we were much younger, TV’s only had three channels and a hamburger at McDonald’s cost just a nickel.

English Tops Voting for Four Stream Spots

Tanner English of Benton, Ky., topped weekend fan voting that added four drivers to the roster of June 4-6’s Stream Invitational at Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio.

McCarl Outduels Reutzel in Park Jefferson Finale

Unarguably one of the the most exciting main event outcomes in Ollie’s Bargain Outlet All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1 and Bumper-to-Bumper IRA Series history, Altoona, Iowa’s Austin McCarl accomplished the near-impossible on Saturday night at Park Jefferson International Speedway in Jefferson, South Dakota, and held off two-time and defending All Star champion, Aaron Reutzel, for a first-ever Series victory and a $6,900 top prize. Originally slated to award $6,600, Kevin Rudeen of Rudeen Racing bumped the winner’s share an extra $300 to award $6,900.

Reutzel Opens All Star Points Season With Win

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Although it has been over three months since the Ollie’s Bargain Outlet All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1 last hosted competition, two-time and defending Series champion, Aaron Reutzel, left zero doubt to those in attendance at Park Jefferson International Speedway in Jefferson, South Dakota, that the extended gap in the All Star schedule affected his focus and ability, ultimately ending his evening $6,600 richer, as well as the Series point leader. Including action that did not accumulate championship points in early February, the victory was Reutzel’s third of the 2020 season against the All Stars and the 28th of his career.

Jameson Rejoins Rattliff for Eldora Stream

Jason Jameson of Lawrenceburg, Ind., quickly landed a ride for the June 4-6 Dirt Late Model Stream Invitational at Eldora Speedway, reuniting with former car owner James Rattliff just hours after learning he was one of the 44 drivers invited to participate in the Rossburg, Ohio, track’s spectator-free weekend that is topped by a 67-lap, $50,000-to-win feature.

Stream Invitee Has One Big Problem: No Race Car

Jason Jameson was pleased when he learned Friday afternoon that his name appeared on the list of 44 drivers invited to compete in the spectator-free Dirt Late Model Stream Invitational June 4-6 at Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio.

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