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US 36 Raceway Dirt Track to Amend Rules Allowing Kids in the Pits

February 12th, 2017

US 36 Raceway hears their fans & will allow kids in the pits this 2017 racing season. Jon Boller has reviewed the situation and determined that kids will be allowed in the pits with strict supervision by their parents. We would like to thank everyone for voicing their opinion on this subject and strive to be a fan friendly, family friendly racing environment.

Look forward to seeing everyone at practice Sunday 4/9/2017 and 4/23/2017 from 12 noon to 4 pm. Mark your calendars opening night is coming 4/28/2017! “Under The Lights On Friday Nights” at US 36 Raceway Dirt Track.

US 36 Raceway/I-35 Speedway Shootout

December 22nd, 2016

Two tracks working together in preparation for the 2017 racing season, US 36 Raceway and I-35 Speedway are pleased to announce the Shootout. The Shootout is a joint effort between I-35 Speedway and US 36 Raceway to crown a champion in the shared classes at both tracks (USRA A Mods, USRA Stock Cars, USRA B Mods, Pure Stocks, and E Mods).

Points will be kept for these classes separate from the track championship points and there will be a separate point fund. This separate point fund is in lieu of any additional point funds from sanction bodies and/or individual tracks. To be eligible to share in the point fund, racers must compete in 75% of the races at both tracks. The Shootout points will be a little bit like golf, low score wins! Points will be awarded in the following format one point for first, two points for second, three points for third, all the way to the finishing position of the last car.

At the completion of the season for both tracks the drivers with the lowest points will receive the Shootout first place point fund and a huge trophy at the joint I-35 Speedway/US 36 Raceway banquet on November 4, 2017. All drivers who compete in 75% of the races at each of the two tracks will share in the point fund and receive trophies.

US 36 Raceway Dirt Track Drivers Meeting Scheduled for January 7th 2017!!!!

December 17th, 2016

We at US 36 Raceway are pleased to announce our drivers meeting will be held at Cameron Community Center 915 Ashland Drive, Cameron, MO 64429 on January 7th 2017. Starting time will be 11:00 am with coffee and doughnuts available.

We have many things to be discussed: Payouts will be discussed and decided by the drivers at this meeting, Registration forms available, Pit Stalls can be purchased, Driver Profile forms available, Photographer available and much more….

Exciting times at US 36 Raceway, come and be a part of this adventure with Jon Boller and Family as he prepares for the 2017 racing season!!

U.S. 36 Raceway to sanction three USRA divisions in 2017

December 12th, 2016

OSBORN, Mo. — The U.S. 36 Raceway in Osborn, Mo., will be open once again for the 2017 racing season with Jon Boller at the reins.

Sanctioned USRA Modifieds, Holley USRA Stock Cars and Out-Pace USRA B-Mods will highlight the weekly Friday night program with E-Mods and Pure Stocks also seeing action on the fast. high-banked 3/8-mile clay oval.

Boller has been a long-time car owner and will add the position of Track Manager. He is leasing the track from owner Mike Franks with the goal of being the premier Friday night racing venue.

The U.S. 36 Raceway features corners with 21 degrees of banking and 10 degrees in the straight-aways. The track is 90 feet wide, and there is a seating capacity of 5,000 people in the grandstands.

A new website and Facebook Page for the track are coming soon. The 2017 schedule, starting times and prices will be announced in the near future.

The U.S. 36 Raceway is located 23.4 miles east of I-29 on US 36, then 0.2 mile north on SR 33 (ESR).

DONLINGER BACK IN THE HUNT, DOMINATES AT U.S. 36 RACEWAY

August 16th, 2008

Last Friday found Donlinger at the Midway Speedway in Lebanon, Mo., for the first race of the Casey’s General Stores Hunt for the O’Reilly USMTS National Championship, where he finished sixth in the main event. But on Saturday, rain washed out the event scheduled at the Springfield (Mo.) Raceway while back home in nearby Spring Valley, Minn., Donlinger’s 2008 USRA Modified track
championship at the Deer Creek Speedway became an impossibility.

Sunday’s O’Reilly USMTS National Tour event was rained out too, so Donlinger and the rest of the teams headed for the Belleville (Kan.) High Banks. The World’s Fastest Half-Mile Dirt Track was not kind to Donlinger as the
engine in his Ron’s Automotive #3D Skyrocket erupted in a cloud of smoke on the final lap of his heat race, sidelining him for the evening.

Tuesday night, however, was just what the doctor ordered.

After a dominating performance in his heat race where he bolted from sixth to first in the eight-lapper, Donlinger started the main event fifth but wasted just eight more laps before snagging the lead away from Justin Boney then running away and hiding from the field at the U.S. 36 Raceway in Osborn, Mo.

The $2,000 victory advanced the Yeager Machine Upper Midwest Region titleist up four spots in the points standings to seventh—57 markers behind points leader Kelly Shryock.

Tommy Weder Jr. finished second while Shryock’s third-place showing returned him to the top of the rankings with three Hunt races in the books. VanderBeek
finished fourth, but slipped to second in the points, while Monday’s feature winner at Belleville, John Allen, finished fifth and moved up three spots to fifth in the standings.

Sixth through tenth, respectively, in Tuesday’s Holley “A” Main were Boney, Jason Krohn, Scott Green, Brandon Kenny and Ron Ver Beek.

Although the first three races of the Casey’s General Stores Hunt for the O’Reilly USMTS National Championship have been memorable ones, Jason Hughes would probably prefer to take a mulligan and start over. After finishing
eighth on Friday, Hughes has found himself in the pits with his helmet removed before the finish of the last two races. While running third in the main event on Monday, a blown engine sidelined Hughes.

Again Tuesday night, Hughes was sixth in the latter stages of the race when his machine erupted into a fireball down the back-stretch. He was able to pull his car into the infield and climb out quickly without suffering injury.
Nonetheless, after coming into The Hunt sitting third in the standings, Hughes is now tied for 11th and 80 points behind the leader.

The Casey’s General Stores Hunt for the O’Reilly USMTS National Championship points has Shryock ahead of VanderBeek by five points (317 to 312) with Tesch third with 288. Al Hejna is fourth with 265 points, followed by Allen (262), Dereck Ramirez (259), Donlinger (258), defending O’Reilly USMTS National Champion Jason Krohn (253), Ver Beek (249) and Bryan Rowland (243).

UP NEXT:
No rest for the wicked as the O’Reilly USMTS National Tour treks from the northwest corner of Missouri to the northeast corner of Iowa on Wednesday for the 4th Annual Summer Challenge at the Upper Iowa Speedway in Decorah,
Iowa.

Gates open at 5 p.m. and hot laps start at 6:30. Racing will immediately follow. Shryock and his Casey’s General Stores #3 Skyrocket Modified will appear at the Casey’s General Store at 401 College Dr. in Decorah from 1-3 p.m. Race fans can pick up $2-off admission coupons all day long at the same Casey’s location.

The Upper Iowa Speedway is a 1/4-mile semi-banked clay oval located 1.8 miles east of US 52 on SR 9, then 1.0 mile northwest on Montgomery St., then northeast on E. Main St. (at the Winneshiek County Fairgrounds). For race
day information, call the track hotline at (563) 382-9984 or visit www.upperiowaspeedway.com on the World Wide Web.

To learn more about the United States Modified Touring Series, call the headquarters at (515) 832-7944 or visit www.usmts.com online for the latest news and information from the USMTS — America’s Hottest Ticket on Dirt.

SHRYOCK HOLDS OFF KROHN IN O’REILLY USMTS NATIONAL TOUR DEBUT AT U.S. 36

June 25th, 2008

While the fans in the grandstands were facing south and focused squarely on the wild action happening on the 1/3-mile high-banked clay oval, a massive thunderstorm riddled with lightning was creeping up from the north behind them. Officials worked to move the show along quickly, foregoing driver introductions and the traditional four-wide “Salute to America” parade lap.

Cool winds and sprinkles began peppering the track with four laps to go in the 40-lap Holley “A” Main, but the fans got a complete show featuring a battle up front between two heavyweights, and the drivers got a workout that would make Lance Armstrong break a sweat.

Sunshine was abundant late in the afternoon, but by the end of hot laps clouds began to block the sun and helped keep the racing surface fast and sticky throughout the night. Nonetheless, the rugged road warriors of the O’Reilly USMTS National Tour found three different grooves on the racetrack, which provided plenty of action and passing in the main event.

Eight-time O’Reilly USMTS National Champion Kelly Shryock drew the outside of the front row for the start of the main event and snagged the top spot from polesitter Scott Green at the drop of the green flag. Shryock went on to lead all 40 laps, but he was challenged the entire distance by last year’s O’Reilly USMTS National Champ, Jason Krohn of Slayton, Minn.

After starting ninth on the 24-car grid, Krohn used every inch of the track to claw his way to the front. By lap 20, he was in second place and challenging Shryock for the lead. Despite several cautions and a last-lap dive underneath by Krohn, the veteran from Fertile, Iowa, never bobbled and held off his fellow Skyrocket Chassis pilot to earn his sixth O’Reilly USMTS National Tour victory of the season.

John Allen of Chanute, Kan., finished where he started in third, while Justin Boney of Leavenworth, Kan., earned the KSE Racing Products Hard Charger Award by racing from 16th to fourth. New Sharon, Iowa’s Zack VanderBeek finished
fifth in his Cheetos/Casey’s General Stores #33z Skyrocket after starting twelfth.

Sixth through tenth went to Green, Rookies Rockin’ Sports Bar Rookie of the Year points leader Brandon Kenny, Jason Hughes, Gary Langworthy Jr. and Dereck Ramirez.

With the $2,000 win, Shryock padded his points lead in the Mo-Kan Region and now holds a 65-point advantage over Hughes (684 to 619) heading into Saturday’s Mo-Kan Region tilt at the Mid America Speedway in South Coffeyville, Okla. Tesch is third with 580 markers, followed by Allen (576), VanderBeek (526), Boney (521), Kenny (518), Krohn (510), Johnny Bone Jr. (490) and Langworthy (454), who moved up three spots in the standings.

UP NEXT:
Saturday’s event at the Mid America Speedway will be the sixth of 12 events scheduled over 13 grueling days:

Mon Jun 16 – Iowa State Fair Speedway, Des Moines, Iowa (winner: Jason Hughes)
Tue Jun 17 … Mineral City Speedway, Fort Dodge, Iowa (winner: Zack VanderBeek)
Wed Jun 18 …Park Jefferson Speedway, Jefferson, S.D. (winner: Jason Hughes)
Thu Jun 19 … Thunderhill Speedway, Mayetta, Kan. (rained out)
Fri Jun 20 … U.S. 36 Raceway, Osborn, Mo. (winner: Kelly Shryock)
Sat Jun 21 … Mid America Speedway, South Coffeyville, Okla.
Mon Jun 23 … Independence Motor Speedway, Independence, Iowa
Tue Jun 24 … Buena Vista Raceway, Alta, Iowa w/ Ken Schrader and Kenny Wallace
Wed Jun 25 … Huset’s Speedway, Brandon, S.D. w/ Ken Schrader and Kenny Wallace
Thu Jun 26 … Casino Speedway, Watertown, S.D.
Fri Jun 27 … Rapid Speedway, Rock Rapids, Iowa
Sat Jun 28 … Nobles County Speedway, Worthington, Minn.

Afterwards, the O’Reilly USMTS National Tour teams get a well-deserved Summer Break before returning to action on Tuesday, July 22, at the Adams County Speedway in Corning, Iowa, for the final stretch run to the Casey’s General
Stores Hunt for the USMTS National Championship.

The USMTS is celebrating its 10th Anniversary Season in 2008 with many special promotions to show thanks to the fans, drivers, team members, families and sponsors who have helped make the USMTS the premier dirt modified
series in the nation.

To learn more about the United States Modified Touring Series, call the headquarters at (515) 832-7944 or visit www.usmts.com online for the latest news and information from the USMTS — America’s Hottest Ticket on Dirt.

Anderson Takes O’Reilly MLRA Win at US 36 Raceway

June 11th, 2006

From the drop of the green flag Alan Vaughn, driving a car borrowed from Sonny Findling, quickly moved to the front from his inside row two starting position to grab the top spot. Vaughn was able to hold off the charges of David Turner and Chris Smyser through the opening set of laps in the 30 lap event. On lap 9 Smyser lost a spot to John Hampel who worked into third and then into second passing Turner five laps later.

With Vaughn continuing to set the pace Hampel was closing in on the leader, but Anderson was the man on the move having worked into the top 5 at the halfway mark after starting on the outside of 8. Lap 18 saw Anderson shoot around Turner into fourth and he found himself making a move on Smyser for third just three laps later and into second one lap after that. The laps began to wind down and Anderson was fighting to find a way around Vaughn and finally make the move with only three laps left. From that point Anderson kept his position at the front and roared under the checkered flag ahead of Vaughn. Hampel, Smyser, and Al Purkey rounded out the top five at the finish.

Thirty-nine cars signed in on the night with Paul Glendenning, Joe Kosiski, David Turner, Al Purkey, and Alan Vaughn coming out on top of heat race action. Justin Wells and Richard Foster, subbing for Chad Clark, continued their evenings with victories in the two B features contested.

For O’Reilly MLRA information call 816-650-5063 or 816-305-6572 or visit them on the web at www.mlraracing.com.

Vaughn Picks Up First 2005 Thunder Tour Victory

June 20th, 2005

At the outset of the feature event it appeared as though Lancaster, MO’s Chris Smyser was going to show the O’Reilly MLRA tour regulars the way to the checkers until a flat tire with 13 laps left sent him pitside for repairs. When the field went green once again Scott Drake found himself on the point, but it didn’t take long for Belton, MO’s Vaughn to make the move to the top spot.

Once out front Vaughn distanced himself from the pack and held on for his first win of the season. Drake held on for the second position with Duke Whisenat, Chris Smyser, and Jason Bodenhamer rounding out the top five.

Heat wins went to Vaughn, Drake, Russell Portwood, and Al Purkey while Aaron Seabaugh and Mike Danburg picked up the B Feature victories.

For all the latest news and information on the O’Reilly MLRA visit us on the web at www.mlraracing.com or by calling (816) 650-5063 or (816) 305-6572.