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Johnny Scott returns to victory lane in USMTS shootout at Longdale

June 14th, 2016

LONGDALE, Okla.– The second night of the Rancho Milagro Showdown/Alyssa Ramirez Memorial at the Longdale Speedway ended with a barnburner for the ages and Johnny Scotts first win of the 2016 USMTS campaign.

But it was his older twin, Stormy Scott, who swiped the lead from polesitter Jason Hughes when the green flag appeared for the start of the 42-lap main event while Johnny Scott, took off from ninth on the grid.

Hughes chased Stormy Scott around the 3/8-mile oval for the first seven laps with Chad Wheeler, Ryan Gustin and Jeremy Payne close behind.

Gustin, who won 24 hours earlier on the same race track, got around Wheeler on lap 8 and then squirted by Hughes and Stormy Scott to lead the 15th circuit.

For the second straight night, Stormy Scott watched ‘The Reaper’ take control after leading the first 15 laps, but this time he was unable to retain the runner-up position as his engine expired two laps later to end his night and a chance at a second win on the Longdale dirt.

Meanwhile, Johnny Scott found himself running third on the back bumper of Hughes during a flurry of three cautions over the next four laps.

With 20 laps in the books, Johnny Scott snuck past Hughes for second and inched ahead of Gustin to lead the 25th lap.

Gustin fought back and regained the top spot for the next two times around before the younger Scott brother was back in front on lap 28.

With 10 laps remaining, Gustin was able to inch ahead to lead one more time, but Johnny Scott regained his rhythm the next lap and never gave the position back again.

The win was worth $3,000 to the 26-year-old from Las Cruces, N.M.

It was the 28th victory of his USMTS career and came on the 28th start since his most recent trip to Widow Wax Victory Lane last August during the Hunt for the USMTS Caseys Cup powered by S&S Fishing & Rental.

Payne got around Gustin late and wrestled away the runner-up honors and Zack VanderBeek came from the 12th starting spot to finish fourth behind Gustin.

Cade Dillard was fifth while Dereck Ramirez, Hughes, Jesse Sobbing, Johnny Bone Jr. and Philip Houston, who started 19th, rounded out the top 10 and earned the KSE Racing Products Hard Charger Award.

The MSD Central Region points reveal a tight battle at the top with Hughes leading Sobbing by 16 points (777 to 761) and Dillard just another 26 markers back with 735. Ramirez (712), Daniel Hilsabeck (611), Mike Jergens (593), Gustin (564), Joe Duvall (549), Johnny Scott (529) and Rodney Sanders (517) complete the top 10.

The series is back at it again in the RealTruck.com Northern Region with a five-race swing at four race tracks beginning Tuesday, June 14, at the Iowa State Fair Speedway in Des Moines.

From there, action moves north to the Dodge County Speedway in Kasson, Minn., on Wednesday before heading to the KRA Speedway in Willmar, Minn., on Thursday.

The week wraps up with the 18th Annual Masters on Friday and Saturday, June 17-18, at the Cedar Lake Speedway in New Richmond, Wis.

All roads lead to the highly-anticipated inaugural Widow Wax Summersota Nationals, June 22-25, at the I-94 Raceway in Fergus Falls, Minn., where a $15,000 payday awaits the winner.

To learn more about the United States Modified Touring Series, visit www.usmts.com online or call 515-832-7944. You can also like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/usmts, follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/usmts and Instagram at www.instagram.com/usmts or subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/usmtstv.

Gustin reaps 76th career USMTS win at Longdale

June 12th, 2016

LONGDALE, Okla. — Ryan Gustin captured the United States Modified Touring Series feature win Friday night as the USMTS Caseys Cup powered by S&S Fishing & Rental kicked off the first of two days at the Longdale Speedway.

Gustin, who started fourth, disposed of early leader Stormy Scott and went on to secure the $3,000 victory in the MSD Central Region presented by Day Motor Sports.

The 76th career USMTS win for The Reaper was worth $3,000 while Scott, who won here two years ago, held on to claim the runner-up spot behind Gustin.

Jeremy Payne was third, Thursday nights winner, Cade Dillard finished fourth and last years Longdale winner, Johnny Scott, rounded out the top five.

Points leader Jason Hughes was sixth, Dereck Ramirez earned a seventh-place paycheck, Jesse Sobbing started and finished eighth, rookie contender Mike Jergens nabbed the ninth spot and Chad Wheeler completed the top 10.

A second night of USMTS excitement happens Saturday at Longdale with drivers duking it out for a $4,000 top prize thanks to a boost from Rancho Milagro in Taos, N.M.

Saturdays event will be held in memory of Alyssa Ramirez, who lost her life in a tragic car accident near Woodward, Okla., on Jan. 29.

Pit gates will open at 4 p.m. with grandstands opening at 5:30, hot laps at 6:30 and opening ceremonies at 7:30 with heat races immediately following. Also on the card are IMCA Mods and Sport Mods.

Adult grandstand tickets are $15, seniors and military with ID are $12 and kids ages 6-12 get in for $5. Children 5 and under are admitted free of charge. Pit passes are $35.

The Longdale Speedway is located about 0.5 mile south of Longdale on SR 58. For more information, check out www.longdalespeedway.com or call 580-886-5375.

To learn more about the United States Modified Touring Series, visit www.usmts.com online or call 515-832-7944. You can also like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/usmts, follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/usmts and Instagram at www.instagram.com/usmts or subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/usmtstv.

MSD Central Region tripleheader on tap for USMTS; Rancho Milagro sweetens pot at Longdale

June 11th, 2016

LONGDALE, Okla. — The United States Modified Touring Series kicks off three straight nights of racing this Thursday, June 9, at the 81 Speedway, followed by a doubleheader on Friday and Saturday at the Longdale Speedway.

All three of the events for the USMTS Casey’s Cup powered by S&S Fishing & Rental will take place in the hotly-contested MSD Central Region presented by Day Motor Sports, with a possible $10,000 to win.

Thursdays shoot-out at the 81 Speedway will pay $3,000 to win. Originally slated to be $2,000 and $3,000-to-win shows at Longdale, Fridays event will now be worth $3,000 to the feature winner while Saturdays main event winner will collect a $4,000 paycheck thanks to a boost from Rancho Milagro in Taos, N.M.

Both events were rained out last month, and rescheduled for this week. In the six previous trips to C. Ray Halls 81 Speedway near Wichita, Kan., Jeremy Payne and Rodney Sanders each have two wins, with Payne taking the most recent victory last August during the Hunt for the USMTS Caseys Cup. Stormy Scott won the 2014 ‘Hunt’ race and current MSD Central Region points leader Jason Hughes captured the inaugural event in 2008.

NCRA Modifieds will compete alongside the USMTS stars and cars while the NCRA Mod Lites will kick off their 2016 season this Thursday too. Gates open at 5 p.m. with race action slated for a 7:30 start time. Grandstand admission is $20.

Race fans can get discount coupons good for $2 off adult general admission at Casey’s General Stores locations in Derby, Haysville, Maize, Newton, Rose Hill, Valley Center and Wichita on race day. To find the location nearest you, visit www.caseys.com.

The 81 Speedway is located north of Wichita on I-135 to exit 16, then 0.7 miles west on 77th St. in Park City. For more race and ticket information contact the 81 Speedway office (316) 755-1781 or check out their website at www.race81speedway.com.

The fire-breathing USMTS speed freaks will be in action both Friday and Saturday at the Longdale Speedway, which boasts 22-degree-tall straight-aways and 26 degrees of banking in the turns at the three-year-old facility in Longdale, Okla.

Stormy Scott christened the new joint with a victory over a 42-car field in 2014, and his twin brother, Johnny Scott, was the winner when the series visited the facility last year.

Saturdays $4,000-to-win clash will be held in memory of Alyssa Ramirez, who lost her life in a tragic car accident near Woodward, Okla., on Jan. 29.

Pit gates will open at 4 p.m. with grandstands opening at 5:30, hot laps at 6:30 and opening ceremonies at 7:30 with heat races immediately following. Also on the card are IMCA Mods and Sport Mods.

Adult grandstand tickets are $15, seniors and military with ID are $12 and kids ages 6-12 get in for $5. Children 5 and under are admitted free of charge. Pit passes are $35.

The Longdale Speedway is located about 0.5 mile south of Longdale on SR 58. For more information, check out www.longdalespeedway.com or call 580-886-5375.

Ken Schrader, Kenny Wallace race at Longdale, Outlaw IMCA Night specials

April 30th, 2016

LONGDALE, Okla. – Ken Schrader and Kenny Wallace return for IMCA Night specials on Wednes­day, May 4 at Longdale Speedway and Thursday, May 5 at Outlaw Motor Speedway.

Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified features each evening pay $1,000 to win and are qualifying events for the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot.

IMCA SportMods race for $500 to win and IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars for $400 to win each night. All applicable points, including local track points, will be awarded in all three divisions at both shows.

Wallace won ahead of Schrader in last year’s Modified event at Longdale. The NASCAR stars finished 2-3 behind Danny Womack the next night at Outlaw.

Longdale opens the pit gates and grandstands at 5 p.m. both days. Hot laps are at 6 p.m. and racing starts at 7 p.m.

Spectator admission is $15 for adults, $12 for military personnel and seniors, $5 for kids ages 6-12 and free for five and under. Pit passes are $35.

More information is available by calling 580 886-5375 and at the www.longdalespeedway.net web­site.

Pit gates and the grandstand at Muskogee open at 4 p.m. Hot laps are at 6:30 p.m. and racing starts at 7:30 p.m.

Admission to the grandstand is $15 for adults, $8 for military personnel and seniors, $5 for kids ages 6-12 and free for five and under. Pit passes are $30.

More information is available by calling 918 625-6200 and at www.outlawmotorspeedway.net.

Johnny Scott soaks dry spell with USMTS win at Longdale

April 14th, 2015

LONGDALE, Okla.-From the time he rolled out of the hauler until he put it away for the night, Johnny Scott was the class of the field Friday night as he dominated the USMTS main event on the first of two nights at the Longdale Speedway.

Closing in on the one-year anniversary of his last United States Modified Touring Series win, Scott captured his heat race, earned the Sybesma Graphics Pole Award and led all 30 laps of the feature race to get back to the winners circle for the first time since May 25, 2014.

Enjoying a big lead and cruising toward the white flag, Scotts chore got a bit tougher when the Friday nights only yellow flag waved with one lap to go.

The caution set up a green-white-checkered finish, but Scott was up to the task and secure his 26th career USMTS triumph and the $3,000 winners share of the prize money.

Grant Junghans, who has been solid and quick all season long, finally got the results to show for it with a strong runner-up finish.

Third to pass the checkered flag was Dereck Ramirez, with Jesse Sobbing and Rodney Sanders close behind in fourth and fifth.

Stormy Scott, Philip Houston, Randy Timms, Cade Dillard and Mickey Lassiter completed the top 10.

Passing 11 competitors from his 19th starting spot, Timms was the hard charger of the race in his 2015 USMTS debut.

Action continues Saturday at the one-year-old, high-speed, high-banked half-mile clay oval in Longdale, Okla., for another $3,000-to-win show. Gates open at 4 p.m. with racing scheduled to start at 6 p.m.

Adult grandstand tickets are $15, seniors and military with ID are $10 and kids ages 6-12 get in for $5. Children 5 and under are admitted free of charge. Pit passes are $35.

Also on the card are non-sanctioned Sport Mods and Grand Nationals with both classes racing for $1,000 to win.

The Longdale Speedway is located about 0.5 mile south of Longdale on SR 58. For more information, check out www.longdalespeedway.com or call 580-886-5375.

To learn more about the United States Modified Touring Series, visit www.usmts.com online or call 515-832-7944. You can also like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/usmts, follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/usmts or subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/usmtstv.

Longdale is new Oklahoma home for three IMCA divisions

November 26th, 2014

LONGDALE, Okla – Three IMCA divisions will have a second weekly Oklahoma home next season.

Longdale Speedway, a ½-mile clay oval, adds IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modifieds, IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars and IMCA SportMods to Saturday programs. The same classes return to Friday shows at Outlaw Motorsports Park in Wainwright.

Both venues are owned by Jessie Hoskins.

Longdale was completed and ran its first season this year; Hoskins purchased Outlaw from Carey Menasco this fall and got in four race nights. The 3/8-mile dirt facility has since undergone a major facelift on both the grandstand and pit sides.

“I’m relatively new to the sport but what I’ve seen is that drivers want tracks to get on the same page with the same rules,” said Hoskins, who has raced a Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center Southern SportMod, most recently at the Duel In The
Desert. “Having two tracks, I think this is the right thing to do. It’s the direction this sport is heading.”

The first points races of 2015 at Longdale will be March 19-21. Outlaw opens the following weekend.

“We will have 16 or 17 points races, possibly more, at each track,” Hoskins said. “We want to give drivers the opportunity to earn as many national and regional points as possible.”

Modified points earned at both tracks figure toward Jet Racing Central Region standings. Stock Car points apply in the Arnold Motor Supply Southern Region.

“We’ll run the I-Stocks as a stepping stone for one of our local classes. The SportMods are a car you can take and go just about anywhere because the rules are the same,” said Hoskins. “IMCA Modifieds are a good deal because outlaw-type
modifieds have outpriced themselves.”

Paul Vines will promote Longdale Speedway. Chris Smith has the helm at Outlaw Motorsports Park.

“This is absolutely a great Friday-Saturday combination for our drivers,” IMCA Director of Track Relations Jim Stannard noted. “They should feel fortunate that Jessie has stepped up to provide two outstanding facilities.”

Stormy Scott sets sail at Longdale, scores second straight USMTS win

May 18th, 2014

LONGDALE, Okla.–The USMTS Casey’s Cup powered by Swan Energy traveled to a new racetrack for the second straight night, and Stormy Scott came away with his second straight win Friday night at the new Longdale Speedway.

Unlike Thursday night when he had to track down Rodney Sanders and then make the winning pass with eight laps to go, it was just eight laps into the Friday’s 35-lap main event when he blasted past his brother, Johnny Scott, before easily rolling to another $2,000 winner’s paycheck.

It was Stormy Scott’s 24th career United States Modified Touring Series triumph, tying him with his younger twin for seventh on the all-time win list.

Dereck Ramirez chased Stormy Scott for most of the race, but had to deal with Sanders breathing down his neck the whole way and wound up in the runner-up position. Bryan Rowland was nearby in fourth at the checkered flag with Johnny Scott hanging on for a fifth-place finish.

Chris Dawson clawed his way from 15th on the 26-car starting grid to take sixth and earned the Mesilla Valley Transportation Hard Charger Award while former 2009 USMTS Rookie of the Year Grant Junghans garnered the seventh spot in just his second night behind the wheel since returning to the track.

Eighth was Kip Hughes, Cade Dillard finished in the ninth spot and current USMTS Rookie of the Year points leader Jake Gallardo rounded out the top 10 at the finish line.

The weekend of action wraps up with an explosive finale on Saturday in Ardmore, Okla., at the Southern Oklahoma Speedway. John and Nicky Webb’s semi-banked 3/8-mile clay oval has been the site of some intense thrillers in past years, including the last three races which were won by Johnny Scott, Stormy Scott and Sanders.

Gates open at 5:00, hot laps begin at 6:30 and racing starts at 7:30. Ticket prices are $20 for adults, $15 for kids ages 6-12, $15 for seniors and children ages 5 and under are free. Pit passes are $35. Support classes include Limited Mods and Stock Cars.

The Southern Oklahoma Speedway is located 0.7 mile east of I-35 (exit 29) on US 70, then 1.8 miles south on US 77. For more information call 405-627-1766 or click www.southernoklahomaspeedway.com to visit the track’s official website.

To learn more about the United States Modified Touring Series, visit www.usmts.com online or call 515-832-7944. You can also like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/usmts, follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/usmts or
check out our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/usmtstv.

USMTS adds May 16 stop at new Longdale Speedway

May 8th, 2014

LONGDALE, Okla. — With an eleventh-hour addition to the 2014 campaign, the mud-slinging Modifieds of the USMTS Caseys Cup powered by Swan Energy will invade the Longdale Speedway in Longdale, Okla., on Friday, May 16, series officials announced today.

Track owner Jessie Hoskins stepped in to fill the open date when the Red River Speedway in Wichita Falls, Texas, was forced to postpone their event due to unfinished electrical work at the track.

It’s a pretty tall order to pencil-in an event of this caliber at the last minute, so we’re really counting on our drivers and fans to come out and support this show, said USMTS president Todd Staley. “We’ve Heard great things about the track, and it’s a solid fit for the other events that weekend.

Sandwiched between stops at the Lawton Speedway in Lawton, Okla., on Thursday and the Southern Oklahoma Speedway in Ardmore, Okla., on Saturday, it will be a pivotal points race for drivers competing in the S&S Fishing & Rental Southern Region presented by Day Motor Sports.

The track is the brain child of Hoskins, a native of Longdale. While racing at other tracks, he had the idea to build a new track near his hometown with all the latestsafety features. Besides, he was looking for something to help the economy of the area, hurt when Canton Lake’s water levels were reduced by Oklahoma City officials, who decided to take water from Canton to fill Lake Hefner last summer. Oklahoma City owns the water rights to the lake. Canton remains some 13 feet below normal.

The Longdale Speedway is a brand-new, high-speed, high-banked half-mile clay oval that boasts 22-degree straight-aways and 26 degrees of banking in the turns. Located about a half-mile south of town on Highway 58, construction on the new facility began in December.

For more information, check out www.longdalespeedway.com or call 580-886-5375.