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Archive for December, 2012

ASA Racing Congratulates Their 2012 Champions

Sunday, December 30th, 2012

DAYTONA BEACH, FL – As ASA Racing prepares to close the books on 2012, they would like to take an opportunity to recognize all of their champions at their ASA Member Tracks and those competing in their sanctioned series.

“This is a great example of our motto ‘We Build Champions’ within our ASA Racing family,” Dennis Huth, ASA President said. “This year, we are proud to recognized 163 different drivers who won a championship at our ASA Member Tracks and sanctioned series. We congratulate all of them and are proud to list them on the historic list of ASA champions.”

ASA SANCTIONED SERIES

ASA Advanced Testing British Columbia Late Model Tour – Dave Hemrich Hemrich’s win in the Reg Midgley Memorial Canada 200 was what he needed to win the 2012 championship. He came into the season finale event 35 points behind Tom Berrow in the standings. Hemrich took the checkered flag while Berrow finished ninth allowing Hemrich to win the title by five points.

ASA Pro Truck Series – Scott Luttmer
Luttmer won the championship by a single point over defending champion Jerry Rice. Rice did everything he could by winning the final race of the season, but Luttmer finished fourth in the feature event at Magic Valley Speedway to narrowly win the championship.

ASA Northwest Sprintcar Racing Association (NSRA) – Andy Alberding Alberding became a three-time champion this season in the asphalt winged-sprint car series. He had a good point lead over former champion Matt Hein and defending champion Sierra Jackson. In their season finale at Douglas County Speedway, Alberding set a new track record in qualifying. All he had to do to secure the championship was take the green flag.

ASA Truck Series – Jeremiah Wagner
The 19-year-old driver from Las Vegas, NV had a very consistent season to earning his first championship. He consistently finished in the top ten where he had two wins and three second place finishes. His consistency allowed him to wrap-up the title prior to the season finale.

ASA Midwest Tour – Jonathan Eilen
The veteran driver from Hampton, MN had one win, seven top-five and 10 top-ten finishes in 12 starts this past season. He also got married and is expecting their first child in the spring.

ASA Midwest Truck Tour – James Swan
This season, the Pell Lake, WI driver decided to take on a new challenge by competing in the tough truck tour. It didn’t take long for the multi Mid-American Stock Car Series champion to figure out how to win. In nine starts, he had three wins and finished in the top-five in the other six to easily de-throne Jerry Wood.

ASA ProAutoSports – Ricky Johnson (Overall)
GTO – Chad Nelson
GTR – Ricky Johnson
GTU – Alex Perry
PS0 – Greg Dalgam
PS1 – Ron Ballard
PS2 – Rick Touton
PS3 – Hurley Hatch
PS4 – James Sample
Street Stock Miata – John Devine
Formula Mazda – Jay Horak
Formula Atlantic – Jim Johnston Jr.
Formula Continental – Mike Williams
C Sports Racer – Rick Elliott
Formula Unlimited – Kenton Greth
Legend – Carlton Peterson
Formula First – John Fitzgerald
Bondurant Championship Series – Matt McMurry
Euro Formula Ford – Ed Voss
Hot Lap Series 1 – Ken Gerhart
Hot Lap Series 2 – Kelly Olohan

ASA MEMBER TRACKS

ASA MEMBER TRACK NATIONAL CHAMPION – Shelby Stroebel
ASA Member Track East Region Champion – Lance Gatlin

Ace Speedway (Altamahaw, NC)
Late Models – Dustin Rumley
Modifieds – Randy Butner
Limited Late Models – Boo Boo Dalton
Mini Stocks – Michael Tucker
Extremes – Keith Brame
Street Stocks – Gary Ledbetter

Big Country Speedway (Cheyenne, WY)
Late Models – Tom Davis
Warriors – Chris Rosentreter
Super Stocks – Mark Kelly
Grand American Modifieds – Shawn Trackwell
Mod 4’s – Dino Charron

Desoto Super Speedway (Bradenton, FL)
Trophy Dash Road Course – Larry Saffold
Trophy Dash – Robert Coon
Flyin 4’s – Brian Teeters
Magic 4’s – Dalton Ellis
Sportsman – Roger Welch
Legends – Dakota Baggette
School Bus Figure 8 – Ernest Helfrick
Mini Stocks – Kyle Rice
Modified Minis – Mike Kerrivan
Bombers – Mark Petty
DS Trucks – Dennis Colletti, Jr.
Open Wheel Modifieds – Eric Rudd

Dillon Motor Speedway (Dillon, SC)
Late Models – Archie Adams Jr.
Super Trucks – Hal Goodson
4 Cylinder – Kevin Jackson
Street Stock – Tommy Poole
Chargers – Mike Watts

East Bay Raceway Park (Gibsonton, FL)
Late Models – Roger Crouse
Street Stocks – Eric Moon
Open Wheel Modifieds – David Pollen Jr.
Limited Late Models – Shane Koperda
East Bay Sprints – Kerry Gilbert
Outlaw 4’s – Stephen Hohlbaugh
4 Cylinder Bombers – Troy Dittebrand
Dirt Daubers – Bill Dixon
V8 Warriors – Jeff Weaver

Hartford Motor Speedway (Hartford, MI)
UMP Late Models – JR Hotovy
UMP Modifieds – Frank Marshall
B-Mods – Todd Cowan
UMP Pure Stocks – Brandon Martin

Havasu 95 Speedway (Lake Havasu City, AZ)
ASA Street Stocks – Rick Bezanson
Factory Stocks – Chris Weiss
Team Factory Stocks – Shake and Bake
Late Models – Mike Sutterfield
Bandoleros – Ricky Lewis
Legends – Dustin Ash

I-25 Speedway (Pueblo, CO)
Super Late Models – Ron O’Neil
Grand American Modifieds – Aaron Paulsen
Sportsman – Joseph “LJ” Andrade
Street Stocks – Cameron O’Lear
Mini Stocks – Mark Delaney
Hornets – Sean Frank
Charger Figure-8 – Andrew Fisher

Illiana Motor Speedway (Schererville, IN)
Late Models – Eddie Hoffman
Turbo Stox – Bill Serviss
Legends – Alex Arelano

Lebanon I-44 Speedway (Lebanon, MO)
Late Models – Mike Slone
Modifieds – Tyler Scott
Sportsman – JC Newell
Road Warriors – Dustin Reeves
Chargers – Paul Jepsen

Lonesome Pine Raceway (Coeburn, VA)
Late Models – Lance Gatlin
Mod 4’s – Brad Ball
Street Stocks – Roger Neece
Pure 4’s – John McClanahan
Renegades – Iggy Greer
Iron Warriors – Rannie Breeding

Marshfield Motor Speedway (Marshfield, WI)
Super Late Models – Jim Sauter Jr.
CWSSA Super Stocks – Phil Malouf
CWMSA 4-Cylinders – Steve Hauser
Bandits – Randy Polansky
Pure Stocks – Travis Volm

Meridian Speedway (Meridian, ID)
ASA Modifieds – Shelby Stroebel
Winged Sprint Cars – Mike Murgoitio
Sprint Cars – Casey Tillman
Late Models – Dylan Caldwell
Super Stocks – Dennis Brodigan
B-Mods – Jay Cook
Pro 4’s – Jim Bailey
Street Stocks – Chad Bess
Mini Stocks – Larry Hull III
Legends – Phil Zubizaretta
Hornets – Colton Nelson
Junior Stingers – Riley Rogers
Thunderdogs – Sledge Hammer

Newport Motor Speedway (Newport, TN)
Late Models – Dennis Queen
Street Stocks – Herb Maniette
Front Wheel Drive – Greg Stephens
Mod 4’s – Josh Beal
Legends – Tyler Goodwin
Mini Cup – Jarrod Wright

Norway Speedway (Norway, MI)
Late Models – Jay Baumler
Super Stocks – Mark Jenshak
DQ Dog Fab Four – Cody Skog

Rocky Mountain Raceways (West Valley City, UT)
Modifieds – Michael Hale
Sprints – Jimmy Waters
Super Stocks – Dillion Lawrence
Figure-8 Trains – Train Plum Crazy
Mini Cups – Tracy Rider
Hornets – Daniel Calligaro
Late Models – Bruce Quale
Focus Midgets – Chuck Groat
Figure-8 – Cory Hutchings

Shangri-La II Motor Speedway (Tioga Center, NY)
Late Models – Jim Lamoreaux
Modifieds – Jimmy Zacharias
Street Stocks – Jeff Goodwin
Sportsman – John Wilber

Shasta Speedway (Anderson, CA)
Late Models – Joe Bratolli
Bombers – Chris Michael
ASA Modifieds – Kyle Borden
Mini Stocks – Paul Sabourin
Hornets – Dustin Hills

Skagit Speedway (Algers, WA)
410 Sprints – Eric Fisher
360 Sprints – Trevor Turnbull
Sportsman Sprints – Steve Parker
Outlaw Hornets – Freddie Vela

Southern Oregon Speedway (Medford, OR)
Mini Stocks – Toby Judd
Street Stocks – Duane Orsburn
Dwarf Cars – RJ McGahuey
Super 4’s – Jamie Guider Newberg
Pro Mods – Duane Melvin
Modifieds – Mark Wauge

State Park Speedway (Wausau, WI)
Super Late Models – Mark Eswein
Super Stocks – Cole Yach
Pure Stocks – Travis Volm
Mini Mods – Phil Malouf
Mini Stocks – Mariah Gajewski

Virginia Motor Speedway (Jamaica, VA)
Late Models – Scott Adams
Sportsman – Taylor Doggett
Modifieds – Jimmy Duncan
Limited Stocks – Brian Maxey

Yakima Speedway (Yakima, WA)
Pure Stocks – Chris Marang
Sportsman – Buck Noel Jr.
Hornets – Jeff Ball
Bump to Pass – Josh Aguirre
Mini Stocks – Cody Denton

To learn more about the ASA Member Tracks and Sanctioned Series in your area, please visit www.asa-racing.com. Follow ASA Racing on Facebook at www.facebook.com/american.speed.assoc and on Twitter at @ASARacing.

You can also look for the nearest ASA Member Track, get the weekend schedule, ASA Series information right on your smartphone by downloading the ASA Racing App for the iPhone and Android phones for free. Just search for ASA Racing on iTunes and the Android Market and get the app today for FREE!

The American Speed Association started as a single racing series in 1968 and is a fast growing racing sanctioning body today. The ASA Member Track program sanctions dirt and asphalt short tracks along with road courses around the United States, as well as a variety of regional and national touring series. For more information call (386) 258-2221, or send an email to info@asa-racing.com . The latest news and information from all the racetracks and tours involved in the ASA can be found by visiting www.ASA-Racing.com.

ASA®, ASA Racing®, American Speed Association® are registered trademarks of Racing Speed Associates, LLC.

St. Croix Valley Raceway’s Highlights from 2012

Sunday, December 30th, 2012

Accelerating into their second full season of operation, the staff at St. Croix Valley Raceway has the excitement level at full-throttle in anticipation of summer racing with the release of their 2013 schedule. The quarter-mile speedplant, nestled in the rolling farm country between Centuria and St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin, will once again feature action-packed Friday night racing in five divisions – Future Fours, Pure Stocks, UMSS Micro Sprints, WISSOTA Midwest Modifieds, and UMSS Traditional Sprints.

The action officially kicks off with a Thursday night test and tune session open to all cars on April 25. Racing action starts with a Thunderous bang the following night, April 26, with the UMSS winged sprint cars joining the regular classes for the first of five “Thunder in the Valley” events. Other visits by the UMSS winged sprinters occur at the Tabor Memorial on May 24, July 26, and the Kouba Memorial on August 17. After their historic debut a year ago, the IRA Sprints are returning to the bullring, promising to be bigger, better and faster on May 31. The Traditional 40 returns for the second year, with the UMSS Traditional sprints as the headliners for 40 white-knuckle laps of action on July 12.

If that’s not enough to fill the speed need for sprint enthusiasts, the season’s highlighting mega-event comes on June 28th and 29th. After packing the facility beyond the limits of the grandstands last summer, the second annual Open Wheel Nationals expands to a two-day event for 2013. Friday night features a full show of WISSOTA Midwest Modifieds, open Modifieds, UMSS Traditional sprints and UMSS winged sprints. Three classes return on Saturday, with the Midwest Modifieds and Traditional sprints setting the stage for the huge winged sprint finale.

After nearly 30 years away, Jake Redetzke showed last summer that Late Models can have as much fun on the bullring as the open-wheel cars, and the Late Models return for two events in 2013. Bullring Blast #1 throttles around the quarter-mile on Saturday, May 11, along with open Modifieds, Traditional and Micro Sprints and Purestocks. The second installment for the Late Models kick starts the Labor Day holiday weekend with Bullring Blast #2 on August 30.

Not to be outdone, the Modifieds get their chance to shine as they headline the Modified Dawg Days Dash on July 18. The Modifieds have historically provided some of the most exciting, nail-biting, multi-groove competition at the Raceway, and the hot July weather is certain to be matched by the hot Modified racing action for the Dawg Days Dash.

Regularly scheduled events will once again start with a 7:05 green flag at The Valley’s number one Friday night family friendly destination. Be sure to take in these events plus many others, including Ultimate Kids Night on August 2, which features “The Big Bike Giveaway”, where dozens of bikes will be raffled off for the kids! Other events include the Hilarious Trailer races on June 14, the massive Fireworks extravaganza on July 5, Fan appreciation night on August 23 and the Crash-Tastic Smash-O-Rama on September 14. Also building on last year’s success, another “Arrive and Drive” event will be held on September 7 and track activities wrap up with a Swap Meet and Test Drive on October 5. Fans can follow St. Croix Valley Raceway on Facebook, and further details on all the above mentioned shows will be made available on the tracks website, www.SCVRaceway.com, as they become available.

Last Chance to Save BIG on 2013 Season Passes!

Thursday, December 27th, 2012

Wheatland, MO – If you did not give or receive a 2013 Lucas Oil Speedway Season Pass for Christmas, this is your last chance to purchase at the discounted rate and receive a FREE Gift! After January 1st, 2013, all passes will increase by $50.

2013 Season Pass BEFORE January 1, 2013
ALL-ACCESS Lucas Oil Speedway and Lake Lucas Adult: $450
ALL-Access Lucas Oil Speedway and Lake Lucas Senior:$350
Lucas Oil Speedway ONLY Adult: $350
Lucas Oil Speedway ONLY Senior: $250

****Prices increase after 1-1-13**** Don’t miss a minute of the action, CALL TODAY (417)282-5984!

Season Passes include the ability to choose your reserved seat for the entire year, including Marquee Events such as, the 21st Annual Show-Me 100, Pro-Pulling League Truck and Tractor Pulls and the 3rd Annual Jesse Hockett/Daniel McMillin Memorial.

2013 Season Pass Pricing AFTER January 1, 2013
ALL-ACCESS Lucas Oil Speedway and Lake Lucas Adult: $500
ALL-ACCESS Lucas Oil Speedway and Lake Lucas Senior: $400
Lucas Oil Speedway ONLY Adult: $400
Lucas Oil Speedway ONLY Senior: $300

Call LaRay Hankins today at (417)282-5984 to secure your permanent seat at the Diamond of Dirt Tracks and Lake Lucas for 2013.

For complete event information and the latest Lucas Oil Speedway news visit: www.LucasOilSpeedway.com.

About Lucas Oil Speedway

Lucas Oil Speedway is considered by fans, drivers and industry insiders to be one of the top five Race Tracks in the Nation. Located in Wheatland, Missouri, approximately an hour from Springfield, Missouri and just a quick hour and a half from the Kansas City Metro Area, dubbed the “Diamond of Dirt Tracks” Lucas Oil Speedway certainly lives up to the title.

Twenty-One VIP Luxury Suites, HD Jumbo Tron Screen, Stadium Style Musco Sports Lighting, a Bose Sound System, Go-Kart Slick Track, The Diamond Bar, Track Treasures Gift Shop, the best track food in the country and paved pits are a few of the spectacular amenities setting the Diamond of Dirt apart. 2013 marks the 3rd season for the Liquid Quarter Mile Drag Racing Lake, Lake Lucas. Two Nationally televised Drag Boat Races featuring the Lucas Oil Drag Boat Racing Series will be held in 2013, plus the F1 Powerboat Tour and National Boat Racing Association events.

Lucas Oil Speedway hosts some of the largest and most popular events in the Midwest! National and regional touring series appear frequently for Special Events on the Diamond of Dirt Tracks. The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, POWRi Midget National Series, Lucas Oil Pro-Pulling League, United States Modified Touring Series, ASCS Sprint Cars and the Lucas Oil MLRA. The E3 Spark Plugs Monster Truck Nationals return in 2013 and the Hickory County Fair will be held at Lucas Oil Speedway for the first time in June.

In addition to the incredible Special Events, the Lucas Oil Championship Series features, the ALPS Food Stores ULMA Late Models, Pitts Homes USRA Modifieds, Carson’s Corner NAPA Factory Stocks and the Tri-Lakes RV B-Mods, racing weekly.

Two ASA Member Tracks Will Help Close Out 2012 and Start the Engine to 2013

Thursday, December 27th, 2012

DAYTONA BEACH, FL – Two ASA Member Tracks will be hosting their traditional events to help close out 2012 and start 2013.

Desoto Super Speedway will help end 2012 with a bang while Dillon Motor Speedway will kick off 2013 with a third annual street stock event.

On Monday, January 31, Desoto Super Speedway, an ASA Member Track in Bradenton, FL will host their annual New Years Eve Crash N Bash starting at 7pm sharp!

This is an event for the entire family to enjoy. Events include: V8 Enduro, 4 Cyl. Enduro, V8 Flag Pole Race, 4 Cyl Flag Pole Race, Puck Race, Reverse Race, Skid Race, School Bus Figure 8’s, 4 Cyl Road Course, Boat Trailer Race, and a V8 Demolition Derby. The evening will be capped off with a great fireworks display!

Admission is $20 for adults with Kids 12 & Under getting FREE admission.

More information can be found at www.desotosuperspeedway.com.

On New Year’s Day, Dillon Motor Speedway, an ASA Member Track in Dillon, SC, will host their third annual “New Years Day 300” starting at 2pm.

There will be 300 laps of feature racing action among Street Stocks, 4 Cyl Mini Stocks, Chargers, UCARs, Mini Cup Stock, Legends and Bandoleros. Plus, they will be giving away a new GM 602 crate engine to one of the competitors compliments of Raceway Automotive.

Gates open at 9am with racing at 2pm. Admission is $12 for Adults, Military and seniors are $10, and ages 11 and under are FREE.

For more information, please visit www.dillonmotorspeedway.com.

To learn more about the ASA Member Tracks and Sanctioned Series in your area, please visit www.asa-racing.com. Follow ASA Racing on Facebook at www.facebook.com/american.speed.assoc and on Twitter at @ASARacing.

You can also look for the nearest ASA Member Track, get the weekend schedule, ASA Series information right on your smartphone by downloading the ASA Racing App for the iPhone and Android phones for free. Just search for ASA Racing on iTunes and the Android Market and get the app today for FREE!

The American Speed Association started as a single racing series in 1968 and is a fast growing racing sanctioning body today. The ASA Member Track program sanctions dirt and asphalt short tracks along with road courses around the United States, as well as a variety of regional and national touring series. For more information call (386) 258-2221, or send an email to info@asa-racing.com. The latest news and information from all the racetracks and tours involved in the
ASA can be found by visiting www.ASA-Racing.com.

ASA®, ASA Racing®, American Speed Association® are registered trademarks of Racing Speed Associates, LLC.

Saturday night’s alright for USRA B-Mods at Valley Speedway

Saturday, December 22nd, 2012

GRAIN VALLEY, Mo.- Officials at the Valley Speedway in Grain Valley, Mo., have announced that their B-Mod division will be sanctioned by the United States Racing Association beginning with the 2013 racing season as part of the track’s weekly Saturday night racing program.

“Based on the feedback from drivers and fans, it’s just a natural to sanction the USRA B-Mods at Valley Speedway,” said the track’s promoter, Dennis Shrout. “We look forward to having them be a part of our Saturday night line-up next year.”

Drivers in the USRA Modified division will compete for a points fund worth up to $1,500 at season’s end to the track champion plus multiple contingency awards for several drivers in the class. A $10,000 cash award awaits the USRA Modified national champion in the USRA Weekly Racing Series.

USRA B-Mod competitors will see a track points fund that pays the champion $500 with $2,000 earmarked for the national champion. Dean Wille of Warrensburg, Mo., is the defending USRA Modified track champion and also finished fifth in the national rankings. The Iron Man Challenge series for USRA B-Mods made two stops at “The Valley” in 2012 with Brad Smith of Belton, Mo., taking the checkers in both events. Opening night is tentatively set for April 13.

The Valley Speedway presents a racing season packed with action and excitement for family friendly entertainment. Friday night programs at the track features several open-wheel divisions, while Saturday night’s will find USRA Modifieds and USRA B-Mods joined by Street Stocks and Dirt Demons.

The track is a 1/3-mile semi-banked dirt oval located 0.9 mile south of I-70 (exit 24) on Main St. (Buckner-Tarnsey Rd.), then 0.4 mile east on Old US 40 in Grain Valley, Mo. For more information, call 816-229-2222 or visit www.valleyspeedway.com online.

To learn more about the USRA, visit www.usraracing.com or call 515-832-6000. You can also like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/usraracing or follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/usraracing.