Turkey Night Grand Prix Entries Released

The entry list for this year's Turkey Night is filling up fast. There have also been a few changes to the list as well.

Chris Windom (Canton, IL) will replace Cody Majors in Steve Watt’s potent #81X Maxwell Industries machine. Windom captured the USAC National Sprint Car Championship in 2017 and topped the Budweiser Oval Nationals in 2010.

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Carson Macedo (Lemoore, CA) will be at the helm of the famed black #21 Tarlton Motorsports entry. Macedo won last year’s sprint car portion of the Turkey Night Grand Prix and claimed the King of the West Sprint Car Championship in 2015.

Dominic Scelzi (Fresno, CA) will make a rare non-wing start at Ventura Raceway. The young standout earned rookie of the year honors with the King of the West Sprint Car Series in 2013.

TURKEY NIGHT GRAND PRIX USAC MIDGET ENTRY LIST: (Updated November 25, 2019)

01 Carson Sousa/Red Bluff, CA (Ken Dalby)

07x Troy Morris III/Bakersfield, CA (Trinity Motorsports)

08 Cannon McIntosh/Bixby, OK (Dave Mac Motorsports)

08m Ethan Mitchell/Mooresville, NC (Dave Mac Motorsports)

1 Karsyn Elledge/Mooresville, NC (Tucker-Boat Motorsports)

1K Kyle Larson/Elk Grove, CA (Kyle Larson Open Wheel)

1NP Terry Nichols/Delano, CA (NP Motorsports)

1NZ Michael Pickens/Auckland, NZ (RMS LLC)

1p Audra Sasselli/Selma, CA (NP Motorsports)

1x Johnathon Henry/Stockton, CA (LKK Racing)

3F Jessie Finkenbinder/Napa, CA (Ted Finkenbinder)

4 Damion Gardner/Concord, CA (Klatt Enterprises)

4A Justin Grant/Ione, CA (RAMS Racing)

4D Robert Dalby/Anaheim, CA (Ken Dalby)

4F Chad Frewaldt/Kansas City, KS (Chad Frewaldt)

5 Kevin Thomas, Jr./Cullman, AL (Petry Motorsports)

F5 Troy Rutherford/Ojai, CA (Wayne Simmons)

5G Ben Worth/Coalinga, CA (Dean Alexander)

5H Casey Hicks/Platt City, MO (Casey Hicks)

7BC Tyler Courtney/Indianapolis, IN (Clauson-Marshall Racing)

7R Nick Drake/Mooresville, NC (CR Motorsports)

7x Thomas Meseraull/San Jose, CA (RMS LLC)

8 Randi Pankratz/Atascadero, CA (Wally Pankratz)

9 Daison Pursley/Locust Grove, OK (Keith Kunz-Curb-Agajanian)

9H Emilio Hoover/Broken Arrow, OK (James Hoover)

11E Cory Elliott/Bakersfield, CA (Mitch Elliott)

11F Michael Faccinto/Hanford, CA (Mitch Elliott)

13 C.J. Leary/Greenfield, IN (Gene Gile)

15 Ron Hazelton/Chatsworth, CA (Ron Hazelton)

15DJ David Prickett/Fresno, CA (Neverlift Motorsports)

15x Carson Garrett/Littleton, CO (Broc Garrett)

17BC Chris Windom/Canton, IL (Clauson-Marshall Racing)

17w Shane Golobic/Fremont, CA (Matt Wood Racing)

19 Spencer Bayston/Lebanon, IN (Brodie Hayward)

19w Jake Morgan/Fair Oaks, CA (Mike Sala)

20 C.J. Sarna/Palm Desert, CA (C.J. Sarna)

20AZ Shon Deskins/Waddell, AZ (Shon Deskins Racing)

21 Carson Macedo/Lemoore, CA (Tarlton Motorsports)

25 Jerry Coons, Jr./Tucson, AZ (Petry Motorsports)

25x Chase Johnson/Penngrove, CA (Tom Malloy)

27 Tucker Klaasmeyer/Paola, KS (Keith Kunz-Curb-Agajanian)

27B Jake Bubak/Arvada, CO (Patrick Bourke)

c27 Clint Wilson/Paradise, CA (Mounce Motorsports)

27w Colby Copeland/Roseville, CA (Matt Wood Racing)

31B Kyle Beilman/Mar Vista, CA (Beilman Motorsports)

33p Mike Leach, Jr./Orange, CA (Mike Leach, Sr.)

39BC Zeb Wise/Angola, IN (Clauson-Marshall Racing)

47BC Andrew Layser/Collegeville, PA (Clauson-Marshall Racing)

55 Tony Everhart/El Cajon, CA (Tony Everhart)

56x Mark Chisholm/Cheyenne, WY (Mark Chisholm)

57D Daniel Robinson/Ewing, IL (McCreery Motorsports)

63 Frankie Guerrini/San Rafael, CA (Frank Guerrini)

67 Logan Seavey/Sutter, CA (Keith Kunz-Curb-Agajanian)

67K Holley Hollan/Broken Arrow, OK (Keith Kunz-Curb-Agajanian)

67x Britton Bock/Fresno, CA (Mike Bock)

68 Ronnie Gardner/Riverside, CA (Six8 Motorsports)

71 Jesse Colwell/Red Bluff, CA (Keith Kunz-Curb-Agajanian)

71D Bryan Drollinger/San Pedro, CA (Drollinger Bros. Racing)

71K Tanner Carrick/Lincoln, CA (Keith Kunz-Curb-Agajanian)

71s Maria Cofer/Macdoel, CA (Marcie Campbell)

73 Dylan Ito/Ventura, CA (Keith Ford)

73K Jake Swanson/Anaheim, CA (Keith Ford)

73T Brady Bacon/Broken Arrow, OK (Keith Ford)

73x Robby Josett/Santa Clarita, CA (Keith Ford)

76m Jason McDougal/Broken Arrow, OK (FMR Racing)

77w Ryan Bernal/Hollister, CA (Matt Wood Racing)

78 Marvin Mitchell/Madera, CA (Marvin Mitchell)

81 Dillon Welch/Carmel, IN (Tucker-Boat Motorsports)

83 Austin Liggett/Tracy, CA (Mona Liggett)

84 Gio Scelzi/Fresno, CA (Tucker-Boat Motorsports)

87 Aaron Reutzel/Clute, TX (Tucker-Boat Motorsports)

91 Chris Sheil/Aurora, CO (Cappy Mason)

97 Rico Abreu/St. Helena, CA (Keith Kunz-Curb-Agajanian)

97w Kaidon Brown/Sydney, AU (Matt Wood Racing)

98 Buddy Kofoid/Penngrove, CA (Keith Kunz-Curb-Agajanian)

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