NASCAR Race Weekend Central

Keepin’ it Short – The landscape is constantly changing in the short track world

There is no question that owning a race track can be a very daunting task and it was never more evident than over the last week. The announcement of the closure of Nashville Superspeedway, the loss of the Nationwide and Truck Series races at Lucas Oil Raceway and the rumor that Rockingham Speedway is on the verge of securing a Truck Series race for next season reflect just how unsettled the current landscape is in the short track world. While Nashville and Rockingham aren’t truly short tracks, they have the short track feel being in small towns and currently not part of the Sprint Cup series. While nothing is set in stone at this point in time, people are keeping their fingers crossed that some good might actually come out of all of this unrest.

Many people are discussing the developments at Nashville and there certainly is plenty of blame to go around. Whoever you might think is at fault, one thing is very true – karma is a bitch. The Nashville Fairgrounds hosted its first Cup series race in 1958 and held one every year until 1984. While the premier series was gone the little track still hosted Nationwide and Truck Series races as late as 2000 but lost them to the shiny new track on the outskirts of town in 2001. One of the more historic tracks in the sport was cast aside for bigger and newer. Now, just 10 years later, the new track is being shuttered and the old track is trying very hard to stay alive. In a perfect world the folks at NASCAR would admit their mistake and help the people promoting the Fairgrounds track install SAFER barriers and put the Nationwide and Truck series back where they belong, in downtown Nashville.

As many of you read on Wednesday in Full Throttle, Lucas Oil Raceway is not closing down, they’re just losing the Nationwide and Truck Series at this point in time. With Nashville closing their doors, and the odds of a race heading back to the Fairgrounds are pretty minimal thanks to all of the different politics involved there, the door may have opened again for LOR to have a Nationwide and Truck weekend at some other point during the calendar year. They have always hosted big race weekends when the big track at 16th and Georgetown is hosting major events so the possibility still exists that they might be able to have NASCAR’s lower tier national touring series hold events at the track on the Indianapolis 500 weekend or the Moto GP weekend. If nothing else they could have the series come in for a stand alone weekend because the city has long supported the little track in Clermont.

Finally, there is Rockingham Speedway, who has been trying hard to reestablish itself in the national consciousness since coming back to life in 2008. The issues at Rockingham are two-pronged. First of all, there is the lack of SAFER barriers at the track. There are some negotiations going on to hopefully remedy that situation which would be a good thing whether Trucks, Nationwide or Cup ever return to the track or not. Brian Keselowski had a big wreck at Rockingham earlier this year in a USAR Pro Cup event that would have been much less devastating to him if the track had SAFER barriers installed. Secondly there is the testing revenue that the track receives which, at this point in time, is what keeps the track afloat. Since NASCAR teams cannot test at NASCAR sanctioned tracks the facility will have to forego the income from the big track that is received from hosting test sessions.

While that is a substantial loss of revenue there is still testing income from the “Little Rock” track that was built behind the big speedway that is a replica of Martinsville. Rockingham receives a large amount of revenue from testing at the smaller track as well and having to give up all of that would most likely be too large of a pill to have to swallow. The sanctioning fees for Trucks and Nationwide are substantial so not only will the track be losing income from testing but they’ll have to shell out the sanctioning fees too. If NASCAR is not willing to allow the facility to continue receiving the income from the small track it will most likely be too big of a hit for them to put on a Truck series race even with the hope of a Nationwide race coming in the future.

NASCAR is at a point in their existence where they are sending a message to their fans. They can beat their drum that they are all about the fans as much as they want to, but if they continue to take races away from the short tracks, which is where the fans have continually said they want to see more races, then they’re making a very clear statement that it is all about money and has nothing to do with pleasing the fan base. Let’s hope that they realize the error of their ways and start returning the Truck and Nationwide Series to the tracks that built them to national prominence.

Whelen All-American National Championship Update

September 18th is some six weeks away and the race for the national championship is coming right down to the wire. It is essentially a four horse race with three drivers who battle on the bull rings in Virginia chasing the defending National Champion who is competing on three different tracks in the Northeast every week. Keith Rocco leads Lee Pulliam by 22 points but will have to work very hard to increase his point total by very much. Rocco has 20 wins and 27 top-5 finishes, so increasing his points is really only going to happen by winning races with full car count fields. Rocco won at Waterford this past weekend but they only had 17 cars. That gives Rocco 39 points for the night but it is six points shy of a max points night. A second place finish in a 20 car field would translate to 38 points so, for Rocco and the other three chasing him, the most important thing over the last six weeks is racing where they can compete against the most cars and win.

Lee Pulliam, who is in second place, headed to Caraway Speedway for one of their Super Five races this past weekend which usually offers a great chance for him to run against a maximum car field but also pits him against B.J. Mackey, who has owned Caraway this season. As it turned out, Mackey was off and eventually parked his car before the finish of the race while Pulliam was the car to beat and walked away from the field for his 14th win of the season. Unfortunately for Pulliam there were only 16 cars that showed up to race so he only brought home 37 points for the night, losing two more points to Rocco. Times are starting to get desperate for Pulliam who is probably going to have to seriously look into racing at Ace or Kingsport on a Friday night to try and get maximum point races.

Philip Morris and C.E. Falk were on the same track again this past weekend with Morris making the trip to Hampton, Virginia to run at Langley Speedway since South Boston was off. Langley had twin races on the bill so it was a chance for Morris to move up in the standings if he could win both races while Falk was looking to defend his home turf and close some of the gap between himself and the top three. In the end Morris was trying to get around Falk for the lead in the first of the twin races when he ran into the back of a lapper and tore his front end to pieces on his car. He came back out to finish the race with no hood or fenders but he did not start the second race. Falk took the win in both races and drew himself within 50 points of the top spot and 23 of Morris for the top three and a chance to go to the national banquet at the end of the season. Falk scored maximum points for the first win but missed out by four points in the second race with Morris and Doug Godsey not starting the second race. Falk and Morris are in the same boat as Pulliam at this point. If they don’t start hitting a Friday night track that has the potential for a full field over the next six weeks they’re probably going to come up short in the hunt for the national championship.

Burt Myers gets a shout out this week in the rest of the top 10 moving up into the seventh spot with two more races to run before he hits the maximum number of races. While he’s too far back to make a run at the national crown, he has the potential to make it into the top 5 and is most likely going to win another North Carolina state title.

1) Keith Rocco – 35 races – 20 wins – 27 top 5s – 32 top 10s – 744 points
2) Lee Pulliam – 23 races – 14 wins – 19 top 5s – 21 top 10s – 722 points
3) Philip Morris – 22 races – 14 wins – 17 top 5s – 19 top 10s – 720 points
4) C E Falk, III – 21 races – 9 wins – 18 top 5s – 20 top 10s – 697 points
5) Bill Leighton, Jr – 17 races – 5 wins – 17 top 5s – 17 top 10s – 595 points
6) Nate Monteith – 21 races – 8 wins – 18 top 5s – 18 top 10s – 542 points
7) Burt Myers – 16 races – 4 wins – 12 top 5s – 15 top 10s – 536 points
8) Frank Deiny, Jr. – 19 races – 1 win – 13 top 5s – 17 top 10s – 525 points
9) Andrew Kosiski – 21 races – 2 wins – 9 top 5s – 18 top 10s – 518 points
10) Ryan Preece – 23 races – 3 wins – 17 top 5s – 20 top 10s – 517 points
**Under the points structure for the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series, the
race winner receives two points for every car in the event up to 20. Second
place receives two fewer points, and so-on through the field. Race winners
receive an additional five bonus points. For example, if there are 20 cars,
the winner receives 45 points, second gets 38 and third 36. If there are 15
cars, the winner received 35 points, second gets 28 and third 26. The top 18
races count towards the National Championship for a driver. A perfect season
for a driver would be 18 race wins with 20 car fields which equates to 810
points. The first driver to reach 810 points is declared the National
Champion in the event of a tie.**
*This Week’s Schedule*
Fri : Aug. 5th – : Aug. 5th – Ocean Speedway ; Watsonville : CA – Golden State Challenge
Fri : Aug. 5th – : Aug. 5th – Silver Dollar Speedway ; Chico : CA – USAC Western Classic Racing Series
Fri : Aug. 5th – Thunder Ridge Motorsports Park ; Craig : CO -United Rebel Sprint Series
Fri : Aug. 5th – Stafford Motor Speedway ; Stafford Springs : CT – NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour
Fri : Aug. 5th – Boyds Speedway ; Ringgold : GA – Southern Regional Racing Series
Fri : Aug. 5th – Iowa Speedway ; Newton : IA – ASA Midwest Tour
Fri : Aug. 5th – Knoxville Raceway ; Knoxville : IA – ASCS / Warriors Region
Fri : Aug. 5th – Knoxville Raceway ; Knoxville : IA – Lucas Oil ASCS Sprint Car Series
Fri : Aug. 5th – Knoxville Raceway ; Knoxville : IA – NRA SprintInvaders
Fri : Aug. 5th – Knoxville Raceway ; Knoxville : IA – 360 Tournament of Champions
Fri : Aug. 5th – Tri-City Speedway ; Granite City : IL – MARS DIRTcar Series
Fri : Aug. 5th – Bloomington Speedway ; Bloomington : IN – World of Outlaw Sprint Cars
Fri : Aug. 5th – Hutchinson Raceway Park ; Hutchinson : KS – United Rebel Sprint Series
Fri : Aug. 5th – Seekonk Speedway ; Seekonk : MA – NEMA Lites
Fri : Aug. 5th – Cherry Speedway ; Fife Lake : MI – ASCS / Sprints on Dirt
Fri : Aug. 5th – Dixie Motor Speedway ; Birch Run : MI – Auto Value Super Sprints
Fri : Aug. 5th – Dixie Motor Speedway ; Birch Run : MI – Super Late Models
Fri : Aug. 5th – Mount Pleasant Speedway ; Mount Pleasant : MI – American Late Models
Fri : Aug. 5th – Norway Speedway ; Norway : MI – Mid-American Stock Car Series
Fri : Aug. 5th – Callaway Raceways ; Fulton : MO – United Late Models
Fri : Aug. 5th – Malden Speedway ; Malden : MO – Mid-South Racing Association
Fri : Aug. 5th – Ace Speedway ; Altamahaw : NC – Late Models
Fri : Aug. 5th – Ace Speedway ; Altamahaw : NC – Limited Late Models X2
Fri : Aug. 5th – Bowman-Gray Stadium ; Winston-Salem : NC – Modifieds
Fri : Aug. 5th – Dixieland Speedway ; Elizabethtown : NC – ARDC Midgets
Fri : Aug. 5th – Attica Raceway Park ; Attica : OH – F.A.S.T. Sprint Cars
Fri : Aug. 5th – Outlaw Motor Speedway ; Wainwright : OK – Oil Capital Racing Series
Fri : Aug. 5th – Thunderbird Speedway ; Muskogee : OK – Show-Me Racin Series
Fri : Aug. 5th – Delaware Speedway Park ; Delaware : Ontario – International Super Modified Association
Fri : Aug. 5th – Kawartha Raceway ; Peterborough : Ontario – OSCAAR Late Models
Fri : Aug. 5th – Lindas Speedway ; Jonestown : PA – Keystone Legend Car Tour
Fri : Aug. 5th – Thunder Valley Raceway ; Central City : PA – Three State Flyers
Fri : Aug. 5th – Williams Grove Speedway ; Mechanicsburg : PA – United Racing Company
Fri : Aug. 5th – Autodrome Granby ; Granby : Quebec – Empire Super Sprints
Fri : Aug. 5th – Anderson Motor Speedway ; Anderson : SC – Late Models
Fri : Aug. 5th – Kingsport Speedway ; Kingsport : TN – Late Models
Fri : Aug. 5th – El Paso Speedway Park ; El Paso : TX – Renegade Sprint Car Series
Fri : Aug. 5th – Southside Speedway ; Midlothian : VA – Late Models
Fri : Aug. 5th – Cedar Lake Speedway ; New Richmond : WI – WoO Late Model Series
Fri : Aug. 5th – Dodge County Fairgrounds ; Beaver Dam : WI – Interstate Racing
Fri : Aug. 5th – Manitowoc Expo Raceway ; Manitowoc : WI – Midwest Sprintcars
Fri : Aug. 5th – Manitowoc Expo Raceway ; Manitowoc : WI – Wisconsin Dirt Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – Flomaton Speedway ; Flomaton : AL – Gulf Coast Mini-Sprints
Sat : Aug. 6th – Green Valley Speedway ; Gadsden : AL – Southern Regional Racing
Sat : Aug. 6th – Huntsville Speedway ; Hunstville ; AL – Southern SuperStars Short Track Series
Sat : Aug. 6th – South Alabama Speedway ; Kinston : AL – Viper Pro Late Model
Sat : Aug. 6th – I-30 Speedway ; Benton : AR – Mid-South Racing Association
Sat : Aug. 6th – Saratoga Speedway ; Courtenay : British Columbia – WILROC SprintCars
Sat : Aug. 6th – Antioch Speedway ; Antioch : CA – Western AllStar DIRTcar Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – Bakersfield Speedway ; Oildale : CA – National 3/4 Midget Association
Sat : Aug. 6th – Calistoga Speedway ; Calistoga : CA – California Sprint Car Civil War
Sat : Aug. 6th – Giant Chevrolet Speedway ; Hanford : CA – Golden State Challenge
Sat : Aug. 6th – Madera Speedway ; Madera : CA – NCMA Sprints
Sat : Aug. 6th – Placerville Speedway ; Placerville : CA – BCRA Midget Lites
Sat : Aug. 6th – Placerville Speedway ; Placerville : CA – BCRA Midgets
Sat : Aug. 6th – Placerville Speedway ; Placerville : CA – USAC Western Clasic Racing
Sat : Aug. 6th – Thunderhill Park ; Willows : CA – 24 Hours of LeMons
Sat : Aug. 6th – Colorado National Speedway ; Erie : CO – NASCAR Camping World West Series
Sat : Aug. 6th – Hendry County Motorsports Park ; Clewiston : FL – Top Gun Sprint Cars
Sat : Aug. 6th – Southern Raceway ; Milton : FL – Cajun Sprinters Association
Sat : Aug. 6th – Knoxville Raceway ; Knoxville : IA – ASCS / Warriors Region
Sat : Aug. 6th – Knoxville Raceway ; Knoxville : IA – Lucas Oil ASCS Sprint Car Series
Sat : Aug. 6th – Knoxville Raceway ; Knoxville : IA – NRA SprintInvaders
Sat : Aug. 6th – Knoxville Raceway ; Knoxville : IA – 360 Tournament of Champions
Sat : Aug. 6th – Stateline Stadium ; Post Falls : ID – Northwest Pro 4 Trucks
Sat : Aug. 6th – Stateline Stadium ; Post Falls : ID – Rocky Mountain Challenge Series
Sat : Aug. 6th – Grundy County Speedway ; Morris : IL – MCR Dwarf Cars
Sat : Aug. 6th – Anderson Speedway ; Anderson : IN – UMRA TQ Midgets
Sat : Aug. 6th – Brownstown Speedway ; Brownstown : IN – Midwest Mini-Sprints
Sat : Aug. 6th – Plymouth Speedway ; Plymouth : IN – Great Lakes Outlaw Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – Salem Speedway ; Salem : IN – Must See Racing Xtreme Sprints
Sat : Aug. 6th – Salem Speedway ; Salem : IN – USAC Pavement Sprints
Sat : Aug. 6th – Shelby County Speedway ; Shelbyville : IN – Midwest TQ Racing League
Sat : Aug. 6th – Rush County Speedway ; LaCrosse : IN – United Rebel Sprint Series
Sat : Aug. 6th – Bluegrass Speedway ; Bardstown : KY – STARS Midwest Dirt Racing
Sat : Aug. 6th – Seekonk Speedway ; Seekonk : MA – PASS North Late Model Series
Sat : Aug. 6th – Beech Ridge Motor Speedway ; Scarboro : ME – Modified Racing Series of New England
Sat : Aug. 6th – Berlin Raceway ; Marne : MI – Boyne Super Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – Owosso Speedway ; Owosso : MI – Michigan Legend Cars
Sat : Aug. 6th – Sarinac County Fairgrounds ; Croswell : MI – Unique Bump and Run
Sat : Aug. 6th – Jackson Speedway ; Jackson : MN – Jackson Sprint Touring Series
Sat : Aug. 6th – Central Missouri Speedway ; Warrensburg : MO – United Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – I-55 Raceway ; Pevely : MO – World of Outlaw Sprint Cars
Sat : Aug. 6th – Lake Ozark Speedway ; Eldon : MO – MARS DIRTcar Series
Sat : Aug. 6th – Scotland County Speedway ; Memphis : MO – United Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – Washington Town & Country Fairgrounds ; Washington : MO – POWRI Micro-Sprints
Sat : Aug. 6th – Pike County Speedway ; Magnolia : MS – SUPR Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – Bowman Gray Stadium ; Winston-Salem : NC – NASCAR Southern Modified Tour
Sat : Aug. 6th – Coastal Plains Raceway ; Jacksonville : NC – Limited Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – Concord Speedway ; Concord : NC – Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – County Line Raceway ; Rocky Mount : NC – ARDC Midgets
Sat : Aug. 6th – Fayetteville Motor Speedway ; Fayetteville : NC – Carolina Clash Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – Hickory Motor Speedway ; Newton : NC – Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – Hickory Motor Speedway ; Newton : NC – Limited Late Models X2
Sat : Aug. 6th – Orange County Speedway ; Rougemont : NC – CCS Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – Monadnock Speedway ; Winchester : NH – New England Truck Series
Sat : Aug. 6th – Bridgeport Speedway ; Bridgeport : NJ – United Racing Company
Sat : Aug. 6th – Southern NM Speedway ; Las Cruces : NM – Renegade Sprint Car Series
Sat : Aug. 6th – Fremont Speedway ; Freemont : OH – F.A.S.T. Sprint Cars
Sat : Aug. 6th – Shady Bowl Speedway ; Xenia : OH – Main Event Racing Series
Sat : Aug. 6th – Delaware Speedway Park ; Delaware : Ontario – International Super Modifieds
Sat : Aug. 6th – Ohsweken Speedway ; Ohsweken : Ontario – Mini Stocks
Sat : Aug. 6th – Toronto Motorsports Park ; Cayuga : Ontario – ChumpCar World Series
Sat : Aug. 6th – Coos Bay International Speedway ; Coos Bay : OR – Northwest Wingless Sprints
Sat : Aug. 6th – Grandview Speedway ; Bechtelsville : PA – Modifieds
Sat : Aug. 6th – Grandview Speedway ; Bechtelsville : PA – Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – Hesston Speedway ; Huntingdon : PA – Unified Force Race Championship
Sat : Aug. 6th – Lake Erie Speedway ; North East : PA – TBRA Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – Lincoln Speedway ; Hanover : PA – Central Pennsylvania LegendCars
Sat : Aug. 6th – Lincoln Speedway ; Hanover : PA – Super Sportsmen
Sat : Aug. 6th – Mountain Speedway ; Saint Johns : PA – ATQMRA TQ Midgets
Sat : Aug. 6th – Pocono Raceway ; Long Pond : PA – ARCA Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – Port Royal Speedway ; Port Royal : PA – Pro Stocks
Sat : Aug. 6th – Selinsgrove Speedway ; Selinsgrove : PA – Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – Susquehanna Speedway Park ; Newberrytown : PA – Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – Autodrome Chaudiere ; Vallee Jonction : Quebec – Castrol Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – Le RPM Speedway ; St-Marcel : Quebec – Empire Super Sprints
Sat : Aug. 6th – Dillon Motor Speedway ; Dillon : SC – Super Trucks
Sat : Aug. 6th – Florence Motor Speedway ; Timmonsville : SC – Limited Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – Greenville-Pickens Speedway ; Greenville : SC – Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – Cleveland Speedway ; Cleveland : TN – Southern All Star Racing Series
Sat : Aug. 6th – Newport Speedway ; Newport : TN – Late Models X2
Sat : Aug. 6th – Riverview Speedway Park ; Cartage : TN – Southern Superstock Series
Sat : Aug. 6th – Houston Motorsports Park ; Houston : TX – Dwarf Car Series of Texas
Sat : Aug. 6th – Diamond Mountain Speedway ; Vernal : UT – United Rebel Sprint Series
Sat : Aug. 6th – Franklin County Speedway ; Callaway : VA – Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – Lonesome Pine Raceway ; Coeburn : VA – Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – Motor Mile Speedway ; Radford : VA – Rolling Thunder Modifieds
Sat : Aug. 6th – Old Dominion Speedway ; Manassas : VA – Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – South Boston Speedway ; South Boston : VA – Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – South Boston Speedway ; South Boston : VA – Limited Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – Bear Ridge Speedway ; Bradford : VT – Granite State Mini-Sprints
Sat : Aug. 6th – Ephrata Raceway Park ; Ephrata : WA – ASA Northwest Sprint Cars
Sat : Aug. 6th – Yakima Speedway ; Yakima : WA – Inland NW Sprint Cars
Sat : Aug. 6th – Cedar Lake Speedway ; New Richmond : WI – WoO Late Model Series
Sat : Aug. 6th – Plymouth Dirt Track ; Plymouth : WI – Midwest Sprintcars
Sat : Aug. 6th – Plymouth Dirt Track ; Plymouth : WI – Wisconsin Dirt Late Models
Sat : Aug. 6th – West Virginia Motor Speedway ; Mineral Wells : WV – Fastrak Late Models
Sun : Aug. 7th – Merced Speedway ; Merced : CA – Western AllStar DIRTcar Late Models
Sun : Aug. 7th – Thunderhill Park ; Willows : CA – 24 Hours of LeMons
Sun : Aug. 7th – Knoxville Raceway ; Knoxville : IA – USAC National Sprint Cars
Sun : Aug. 7th – Stateline Stadium ; Post Falls : ID – Northwest Pro 4 Trucks
Sun : Aug. 7th – Stateline Stadium ; Post Falls : ID – Rocky Mountain Challenge Series
Sun : Aug. 7th – Winchester Speedway ; Winchester : IN – USA Modifieds
Sun : Aug. 7th – Utica-Rome Speedway ; Vernon : NY – Capitol Region Sprintcars
Sun : Aug. 7th – Toronto Motorsports Park ; Cayuga : Ontario – ChumpCar World Series
Sun : Aug. 7th – Circuit de Trois-Rivieres ; Trois-Rivieres : Quebec – NASCAR Canada
Sun : Aug. 7th – Le RPM Speedway ; St-Marcel : Quebec – Empire Super Sprints
Sun : Aug. 7th – Raceway Park ; Jefferson : SD – Good Ol Time Racing Association
Mon : Aug. 8th – Southern Iowa Speedway ; Oskaloosa : IA – All Star Sprint Cars
Mon : Aug. 8th – Newago County Fairgrounds ; Fremont : MI – Unique Figure 8s
Tue : Aug. 9th – Southern Iowa Speedway ; Oskaloosa : IA – USAC National Sprint Cars
Tue : Aug. 9th – Newago County Fairgrounds ; Fremont : MI – Unique Bump and Run
Tue : Aug. 9th – Carolina Speedway ; Gastonia : NC – Carolina Clash Late Models
Tue : Aug. 9th – Peterborough Speedway ; Peterborough : Ontario – OSCAAR Late Models
Tue : Aug. 9th – Penn Can Speedway ; Susquehanna : PA – Race of Champion Dirt Modifieds
Tue : Aug. 9th – 411 Motor Raceway ; Seymour : TN – Tenessee RV Late Models
Wed : Aug. 10th – Knoxville Raceway ; Knoxville : IA – Knoxville Nationals
Wed : Aug. 10th – Belle-Clair Speedway ; Belleville : IL – POWRI Midgets
Wed : Aug. 10th – Belle-Clair Speedway ; Belleville : IL – POWRI Micro-Sprints
Wed : Aug. 10th – Wayne County Fairgrounds ; Belleville : MI – Unique Bump and Run
Thu : Aug. 11th – Knoxville Raceway ; Knoxville : IA – WoO Sprint Cars
Thu : Aug. 11th – Great American Dirt Track ; Jetmore : KS – United Rebel Sprint Series
Thu : Aug. 11th – Great American Dirt Track ; Jetmore : KS – USMTS Modifieds
Thu : Aug. 11th – Branch County Fairgrounds ; Coldwater : MI – Unique Bump and Run
Thu : Aug. 11th – US 30 Speedway ; Columbus : NE – Good Ol Time Racing Association

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