Saturday , October 25 2014

ASCS

ASCS Frontier Region Rained Out at Electric City

ASCS Frontier Region Rained Out at Electric City

By Andrew Kunas GREAT FALLS, Mont. – Tonight’s ASCS Frontier Region sprint car events at Electric City Speedway were rained out after the completion of two of four scheduled heat races that were won by Phil Dietz and Kelly Miller. The remainder of the program was cancelled. The Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series is back at it Saturday night at Electric City Speedway. More information on the ASCS Frontier Region can be found online at frontier.ascsracing.com or ... Read More »

Christopher Bell Leaves Field Up the Creek With Dominating Performance at Creek County in ASCS National Tour Win

Christopher Bell Leaves Field Up the Creek With Dominating Performance at Creek County in ASCS National Tour Win

By Bryan Hulbert SAPULPA, Okla. (June 19, 2014) – Winning could easily be replaced with dominating when talking about the performance turned in by Christopher Bell on Thursday night at the Creek County Speedway, lapping into the top five with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real for his first ASCS score of the 2014 season in the Berryman Motorsports No. 31b. “I kind of grew up around here running Micro Sprints, and I always ... Read More »

Sam Hafertepe Jr. Leads All of the Laps at Lawton Speedway to Score ASCS National Win

Sam Hafertepe Jr. Leads All of the Laps at Lawton Speedway to Score ASCS National Win

By Bryan Hulbert LAWTON, Okla. (June 18, 2014) – The last time Sam Hafertepe, Jr. stood in Lucas Oil ASCS victory lane was March 26, 2011 at the Devil’s Bowl Speedway. The driver the No. 15h can now add the other Edwards family owned oval to his resume, scoring his first ASCS National Tour win of the 2014 season at the Lawton Speedway Hafertepe’s first National Tour win in the state of Oklahoma, the victory is his third in Lucas ... Read More »

Joe Ramaker Runs Away With ASCS Frontier Region Win at Billings Motorsports Park to Extend Point Lead

Joe Ramaker Runs Away With ASCS Frontier Region Win at Billings Motorsports Park to Extend Point Lead

By Andrew Kunas BILLINGS, Mont. – Joe Ramaker’s hot start to the 2014 season continued Saturday night as he picked up the checkered flag in the ASCS Frontier Region sprint car main event at Billings Motorsports Park. Starting third after the re-draw, the Boise, Idaho driver wasted no time moving into second place in the early laps, setting his sights on race leader Trever Kirkland of Helena, Mont. A long green flag run to start the race on a fast ... Read More »

Henry Van Dam holds off all challengers to bring home Cottage Grove ASCS feature win

Henry Van Dam holds off all challengers to bring home Cottage Grove ASCS feature win

By Ben Deatherage Cottage Grove Speedway would host another thriller of an American Sprint Car Series-Northwest Region feature On Saturday June 14th. Twenty-four cars would be on tap with entries hailing from the states of Oregon, Washington, and Idaho as well as British Columbia Canada and New Zealand. Everett, Washington’s Jayme Barnes would grab the initial lead in his R Transport/Speedmart Inc./Jayme Barnes Trucking #9 XXX. However he would lose the top spot to Henry Van Dam of Enumclaw, Washington ... Read More »

Seth Bergman Dominates at Devil’s Bowl Speedway for His First ASCS Win at the Track

Seth Bergman Dominates at Devil’s Bowl Speedway for His First ASCS Win at the Track

By Bryan Hulbert MESQUITE, Texas (June 14, 2014) – The 41st annual Devil’s Bowl Summer Nationals saw 36 drivers with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real in attendance, and Seth Bergman dominated every lap turned by the Oil Field Equipment and Manufacturing No. 23 for his first score at the famed half-mile. Seth’s third overall ASCS National Tour triumph, the victory was a far cry from how the Washington driver’s day began; getting into ... Read More »

Jack Dover Scores the Victory at US 36 Raceway in the Bud Shootout

Jack Dover Scores the Victory at US 36 Raceway in the Bud Shootout

By Bryan Hulbert CAMERON, MO. (June 13, 2014) – The 14th annual Budweiser Shootout at the U.S. 36 Raceway attracted 26 Speedway Motors ASCS Warrior Region drivers, with Nebraska’s Jack Dover leading every lap turned in the Home Pride No. 53 for a cool $2,000 payday. Fourth starting Jake Martens crossed second with Jay Russell earning the Hard Charger award; coming from thirteenth to third to earn half of the night’s 50/50 drawing worth $232.00. Twelfth starting Jonathan Cornell crossed ... Read More »

JJ Hickle Takes the Win at Cottage Grove in ASCS Action

JJ Hickle Takes the Win at Cottage Grove in ASCS Action

By Ben Deatherage Cottage Grove Speedway would host a thriller of an American Sprint Car Series-Northwest Region event on Friday June 13th to open up the Relay For Life weekend. A total of twenty-five entries would sign in on the registration sheets to compete at the historic ¼-mile with drivers representing Oregon, Washington, and Idaho as well as the nations of Canada and New Zealand. Jayme Barnes of Everett, Washington was super quick on the start of the thirty-lap feature. ... Read More »

Tim Crawley Tops ASCS Lone Star at Timberline Speedway

Tim Crawley Tops ASCS Lone Star at Timberline Speedway

By Bryan Hulbert CORLEY, Texas (June 13, 2014) – Making a last minute trip to the Timberline Speedway paid off for Tim Crawley, who captured his first victory of the season, taking the win in the John James owned No. 4j with the Smiley’s Racing Products Lone Star Region. Going three-wide the first four laps with Patrick Stasa and Tyson Hall, the Benton, Ark. driver finally gained the advantage following a Lap 5 caution. Surviving several late race cautions, Crawley ... Read More »

Weekend Rewind: American Sprint Car Series

By Bryan Hulbert TULSA, Okla. (June 9, 2014) – The month of June has arrived, and with it a lot of Mother Nature. This past weekend saw the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour scheduled for stops in Tennessee and Arkansas, only to have rain wash away both nights of competition. Good news though, the Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region pulled off both nights this past weekend with two drivers each working at getting the proverbial monkey off their ... Read More »