James McFadden US race dates released

McFadden and Gaerte ready

McFadden’s US dates in the Gaerte Engines 3G has been released and the multiple Australian and World Series Champion will kick off his third tour with Garete engines at Attica Raceway on Thursday June 27th and will conclude after 34 shows on August 28th .Included in James Schedule will be 17 appearances with the World of Outlaws and the Knoxville Nationals.

Supporting the McFadden and Gaerte Engines 3G campaign in 2016 are returning sponsors Weld Wheels, CP Carrillo, BMRS and thanks to all the returning partners. AllStar Performance, Gaerte Engines, XYZ Machining, Slade Shock Technology, Hill’s Racing, Townline Variety, Elliott’s Heating & Air, Red Line Oil, Astro Titanium, Brodix Blocks, Hoosier Tire, Shepherd’s Chevrolet, Westralian Diamond Drillers, Barnes Oil Pumps, Comp Cams, ARP Bolts.McFadden ready again

With 2 previous campaigns in the 3g under his belt McFadden will be a force and the track knowledge gained during those previous outing will be invaluable .With the engine power of the Garete Engines to call on and the experienced of the Garete crew the black 3G will be in the thick of the action.Stay connected to our Facebook, Twitter feeds for all the updates on James races.

Photo credits – Cindy Norman

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Kerry Madsen’s quest for Silver lost at Badlands

Kerry Madsen’s quest for Silver lost at Badlands

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Badlands Motor Speedway – North Dakota.  Australian Sprintcar Champion Kerry Madsen’s decision to miss the last two Out Law events in preference to taking in the opening night at the NSL meet at Jackson Motorplex and the $100,000.00 Silver Shoot out at Badlands Motor Speedway the following night was not the big Silver Dollar earner the team had hoped for .

The opener at Jackson Motorplex for the NSL show had Kerry’s younger brother and current Knoxville Champion Ian joining him in the quest for the $10,000 winner’s purse. The inclusion of Out Law veterans Dollansky and Lasoski and Tim Kaeding would certainly make this win as difficult as any Outlaw event.

Craig Dollansky dominated the A main and won easily from the “Dude” Lasoski and Ian Madsen .Kerry Madsen followed Ian across the line .

The team now made theirBadlands way to Badland Motor Speedway where the lure of the $100,000 Silver Shoot Out would guarantee the winner 166 pieces of Silver valued at $27,000.The badlands purse was almost three times that of a normal Outlaw win.

Fast time in qualifying went to Lynton Jeffrey over Dusty Zomer.Heat winners on the night were Mark Dobmeier, Billy Balog, Terry McCarl, Brad Loyet and Paige Polyak .Kerry Madsen ran second in his heat behind Brad Loyet

In the 35 lap a main Kerry Madsen started from P6 and had moved up through the field to sit second behind Dobmeier but would find lapped traffic and get caught in a tangle with a back maker spinning and to quote Madsen “Heartbreaker, up to 2nd from 6th looking good. Would have been a chance for the win and got caught up in a lapped car spin “

Dobmeier started deep in the field and was clearly the fastest car in the pack and pulled away from pole sitter McCarl midway in the race. The four times Track Champion made certain of his win on the final restart when he quickly pulled away from McCarl and Tim Kaeding with six laps left in the book.Dommeier

An elated Domeier collected the 166 pieces of Silver ($27,000) Terry McCarl 88 pieces of Silver ($13,720) and Tim Kaeding 83 pieces of Silver ($10,916). The Silver Shootout is the highest paying race in South Dakota history and the event pulled in 47 410 Sprintcars and with the Silver on offer it is easy to see the attraction.

Race results : A-Main, 35 laps: Mark Dobmeier, Terry McCarl, Tim Kaeding, Justin Henderson, Brad Loyet, Lynton Jeffrey, Bill Balog, Aaron Reutzel, Logan Forler, Paul Nienhiser, Kaley Gharst, Ryan Bickett, Austin McCarl, Paige Polyak, Jade Hastings, Wade Nygaard, Matt Juhl, Dylan Peterson, Robby Wolfgang, Kerry Madsen, Dusty Zomer, Austin Pierece, Cody Hansen, Cory Mack, Brad Loyet.

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Schatz escapes the Posse’s lasso at Weedsport

Schatz escapes the Posse’s lasso at WeedsportSchatz weedsport

Weedsport ,May 22nd  The battle continued at Weedsport and the Posse was strengthen by the appearance of Greg Hodnett.All the talk continued around the Outlaw Posse Challenge but it was Logan Schuchart who took control of the 35 lap A main for 31 laps.

Schatz struggled  early and missed a start in the dash. Starting in P9 the seven times Champ had plenty of work ahead.Even though Schatz had had indifferent form this year he sits clearly in second place in the series and coming off a last start win at the Grove the Bad Boys /Chevrolet Performance #15 looked a threat from the green. Quickly moving through the pack Schatz had made the top 5 by the half way point of the race. Once into second the #15 ate up the gap quickly to close on Schuchart.Logan Schuchart

Schuchart had the hopes of the PA crowd on his shoulders as the Hanover hotshot went looking for his maiden Outlaw win.When Schatz has you in his sights it signals danger and despite withstanding all other challenges he could not withstand the final Schatz charge and the racer from Fargo North Dakota moved into the race lead with 4 laps to run.

The disappointment was evident when Schuchart spoke with the press .This was his second runner up spot with the Outlaws this year but the racer from Hanover is close to his maiden Outlaw win, it’s not far off judging by his form this year.Following Schatz and Schuchart home was the ever constant David Gravel in his CJB Big Game #5.Gravel has been steady all year and is quietly moving up the standing with 2 wins, 14 top 5 and 20 top 10 finishes.

The Outlaws will next go around on May 24 at New Egypt, New Jersey and Schatz will trail Brad Sweet by slender 39 points and the message to Sweet is clear the Bad Boy is coming and FAST.

Driver quotes

Donny Schatz “I got all the faith in the world in this race team – Tony [Stewart] has assembled an awesome group of guys,” Schatz said, as raindrops started to fall from the sky. “These guys are unbelievable and we have a lot of fun together. I’m sure they’re ready to get off the east coast because I have been riding in the truck with them and I think they’re ready to get rid of me for a while and have a break.podium weedsport

“We did go back to the notes from last year, but for some reason we can’t go back to that stuff, it doesn’t seem to work,” Schatz said. “If you look at tonight, I think the track record was broke by 23 cars, compared to last year we were rolling around a second slower, so that changes the dynamic of the car a little. You just have to stay on top of it and I have a great group of guys to do that.

“I don’t know if we have hit our stride yet, like I’ve said, we gain in one area and make ourselves better but we might lose a little in other spots. It’s a challenge, definitely fun at the moment trying to get a handle on it.”

Logan Schuchart “I just didn’t have the car at the end, we started to get too loose,” Schuchart said. “It’s a great run; the guys did a great job. We came up one spot short but it’s nothing to hang our heads about. We have a great team and we’re learning – but we’re a little disappointed.

“I couldn’t tell you [what happened at the end],” Schuchart said. “I got really lose, and before I even saw a numbered car beside of me, I knew it was the 15 car. He’s really hard to beat on these types of racetracks and I feel like these are the types of tracks I shine on – when it gets slick.

“These guys are tough, so to run second against these guys and just keep getting better is what’s importantGravel interview

David Gravel “We’ve been running really well, then went to PA and struggled a couple of nights, so it’s good to back on the podium,” Gravel said. “It was a tricky track here tonight, and we were good at the end of the race. I got to thank all my guys – Austin, Derek, Barry – they worked their butts off on the long haul here.”

A Main results 35 laps  1. 15-Donny Schatz [9][$10,000]; 2. 1S-Logan Schuchart [1][$5,500]; 3. 5-David Gravel [8][$3,200]; 4. 83-Joey Saldana [5][$2,800]; 5. 2-Shane Stewart [6][$2,500]; 6. 49-Brad Sweet [3][$2,300]; 7. 7-Paul McMahan [10][$2,200]; 8. W20-Greg Wilson [14][$2,100]; 9. 41-Jason Johnson [15][$2,050]; 10. 7S-Jason Sides [13][$2,000]; 11. 19M-Brent Marks [7][$1,500]; 12. 9-Daryn Pittman [2][$1,200]; 13. 48-Danny Dietrich [11][$1,100]; 14. 1Z-Lucas Wolfe [12][$1,050]; 15. 35-Jared Zimbardi [17][$1,000]; 16. 5T-Tyler Ross [22][$900]; 17. 53-Shawn Donath [24][$800]; 18. 5B-Justin Barger [21][$800]; 19. 1A-Jacob Allen [16][$800]; 20. 33-Bryan Holland [20][$800]; 21. 1F-Stewart Friesen [18][$800]; 22. 27-Greg Hodnett [4][$800]; 23. 98-Joe Trenca [23][$800]; 24. 13X-Tim Shaffer [19][$800]. Lap Leaders: Logan Schuchart 1-30, Donny Schatz 31-35. KSE Hard Charger Award: 15-Donny Schatz [+8].

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Kingshott is 6th but Bayston wins Macon

KIngshott ready at Macon

Macon Speedway Illinois was the second of 13 races on the Kingshott racings tour and after the disappointment of the gremlin invaded Esslinger at Fayette Speedwaythe team had the #24 cracking during hot laps.

Dyane Kingshott was pushed out for heat 2 and his first go at the POWRi pack. Kingshott drove with caution aware that the cushion at Macon is fast and has been the undoing of many as they worked the cushion to the limit. Kingshott finished fourth and was guaranteed his first Main event on only his second try.

Starting well back in 15th position Kingshott  manage his race carefully in the face of at least 12 cautions. Aggressive driving, tangles and loops were the order of the day with the Fayette winner Macedo the first to cause a stoppage when he spun on the opening lap.

Bayston was the early leader but it was not  long before Robinson ,Dum and Brown tangled  pushing Daum to the rear of the field for the restart.Daum was the charger working his way back as high as third before again getting involved in other drivers problems that would end his night .

Kingshott with drama all around  remained calm taking advantage of others misfortunes to gradually move through the field.Kingshott’s night was almost undone when Neumann and King got together forcing Kingshott and the recovering Macedo to spin to protect both their cars and their race chances

With just 7 laps left to race Kingshott had moved into the top 10 and by race end would secure a sixth place finish in his first US Feature.While all the drama was happening around Kingshott Spencer Bayston had cleared out and was unchallenged to record another win for the Kunz Toyota Team. It was a successful two nights for the Toyota boys with Macedo winning at Fayette and now Bayston on top at Macon.Bayston wins Macon

While KKM took the honors the boy from Bunbury Western Australia will head to race three of his US tour  Montpellier Motor Speedway full of confidence  and enthusiasm when he meets up with the USAC team and POWRi drivers  in Montpellier for six nights of successive racing starting May 31,

The full race results from Macon Speedway’s POWRI show

Macon results

 

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Engine problems for Kingshott in US debut

Kingshott ready in pits fayette

17,831 Km that’s a long, long way from Perth to Brownstown, Illinois.  and made even more distant when your racecar decides to host some friendly gremlins that creates engines problems for you .Kingshott at Layette

Kingshott Racing’s Dwayne Kin.gshott was terribly disappointed when the W24 would not fire and run after returning to the pits from hot lapping and forcing the Western Australian to miss his maiden start in the US and any chance of a start in his first US feature.

Brimming with Aussie pride the team will have to wait until their second schedule even at Macon Speedway on Saturday night before measuring their skill against the Americans.

Disappointed no doubt the team will regroup overnight and be ready to tackle the POWRi teams at Macon Speedway Saturday (US times) .Consigned to the role of spectator Kingshott had valuable time to analyze and rate and his competition.

The race was won by Carson Macedon, his first Midget win over Zach Daum and team mate Tanner Thorson. Zach Daum had the Red Toyota #5 cracking and blazed his way into second by the time the checker was waved.Macedo’s win was his first for Keith Kunz Motorsports in the Toyota powered Bullet #71K Midget..Carson Macedo winner

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Schatz wins but the Posse was tough

Schatz wins but the Posse was toughSchatz

ABBOTTSTOWN, Pa. – May 19, 2016. After the wash out of night one of the Gettysburg Clash at Lincoln the battle for Sprintcar supremacy e World of Outlaws and the PA Posse continued.The regular clash between these two giants of US Sprintcars is eagerly anticipated by fans worldwide.

At Lincoin at least Donny Schatz did none thing and that was to clearly stamping himself as the top dog .Earning pole after his strong qualifying and Dash win the seven times Outlaw Champ lead from the start and every lap of the 35 lap journey to stake the Outlaws claim for supremacy .

The win might look easy from the official results but Schatz hard to stay on his marks as Danny Dietrich, Brent Marks and Greg Hodnett chased down the Champ right to the flag and in the process burnt off any other likely Outlaw challengers. Behind Hodnett came Logan Schuchart and Lucas Wolfe. Brad Sweet was the next best across the stripe.schatz crosses first

Schatz was clear and precise through the traffic but he needed to be as Dietrich always looked like he could threaten the lead. In taking his sixth win for the Outlaws season Schatz became the first Outlaw since 1997 to get over the top of the Posses in their backyard and claim the “Gettysburg Clash.

With Schatz giving the Outlaws some bragging rights partisan Posses fans would say 2spots on the podium probably squared up the argument so the question will now need to be resolved at the two night of the Morgan Cup at Williams Grove this Friday and Saturday night.Now with six wins in the bag Schatz has move up in second place and is making Brad Sweet’s lead of 91 points looking just a little vulnerable.

Driver quotes:

Donny Schatz: “It’s great to win here at Lincoln, especially after never winning here before,” Schatz said. “Everybody was pretty equal and you can see that because not too many cars got lapped during the race and that’s just the nature of the beast. That front-row starting spot was key, as it has been at a lot of races this year, and I am glad I could capitalize on it.

“The expectation is you want to win every night, and it’s not going to happen. We haven’t been that bad but for the standards this team has put forth the last several years, it kind of seems that way. We have tried several things, and I guess to be in the situation we are in right now where we can try these new things and make ourselves better, that’s going to pay off for us at the end of the year.”

Danny Dietrich:” This was a good run for the team,” Dietrich said. “To be able to run second out of 38 or 39 cars it’s definitely a good feeling. We’re satisfied with our finish tonight, just too bad it couldn’t be one position better.Danny Dietrich

“Donny [Schatz] is a heck of a racer, catching him and passing him was going to be a whole other problem. He was in the preferred on the start so that made things a little tougher, but congrats to him and we’re going to move on to The Grove tomorrow.”

Brent Marks :” I got to second there, got past Danny [Dietrich] in turn three, and I thought he was going to slide me back, so I drove it in too hard and just got over the ledge a little bit and he got back by me. I felt like I blew the race there because I felt like we had a good enough car that if we got some laps we could run down Donny. Don’t know if I could have done anything – maybe shown him my nose and put some pressure on him, but never got the opportunity. Other than that, I felt like we had a good run against the Outlaws and I can’t complain.”Brent Marks

Gettysburg Clash results:

A-Main – (35 Laps) – 1. 15-Donny Schatz [1][$10,000]; 2. 48-Danny Dietrich [2][$5,500]; 3. 19M-Brent Marks [6][$3,200]; 4. 27-Greg Hodnett [5][$2,800]; 5. 1S-Logan Schuchart [7][$2,500]; 6. 1Z-Lucas Wolfe [4][$2,300]; 7. 49-Brad Sweet [8][$2,200]; 8. 52-Austin Hogue [17][$2,100]; 9. 41-Jason Johnson [14][$2,050]; 10. 9-Daryn Pittman [11][$2,000]; 11. 83-Joey Saldana [3][$1,500]; 12. 5-David Gravel [9][$1,200]; 13. 94-Ryan Smith [19][$1,100]; 14. 25-Aaron Ott [18][$1,050]; 15. 23-Trey Starks [10][$1,000]; 16. W20-Greg Wilson [15][$900]; 17. 87-Alan Krimes [16][$800]; 18. 16-Gerard McIntyre [24][$800]; 19. 88-Brandon Rahmer [13][$800]; 20. 51S-Stevie Smith [22][$800]; 21. 59-Jim Siegel [23][$800]; 22. 7S-Jason Sides [12][$800]; 23. 2-Shane Stewart [20][$800]; 24. 51-Freddie Rahmer [21][$800]. Lap Leaders: Donny Schatz 1-35. KSE Hard Charger Award: 52-Austin Hogue [+9].

The Outlaws and the Posse now take their battle to Williams grove Speedway for two night of the Morgan Cup on Friday and Saturday night.

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World Series Sprintcars bigger than ever!

World Series Sprintcars bigger than ever!


Press release Speedway Australia – May 20, 2016

WORLD SERIES SPRINTCARS BIGGER THAN EVER!

“Back in Early 1987 the founders of World Series Sprintcars dreamed of a professionally managed entertainment package touring the country giving Fans, Drivers and Teams the exposure that top-line Sprintcar racing deserves. To say that they have succeeded is an understatement judging by what you see before you today, wrote Speedway Journalist Jon Evans in 1997. Each of the 10 Series to date have been incredibly hard fought, no more so than that of last summer when Skip Jackson defeated defending Title Holder Brooke Tatnell by the smallest margin in the history of the Series.”

Roll on 20 years and Speedway fans have witnessed history repeating itself in the prestigious World Series. A battle royal going into the A-Main of 2016 ENZED World Series Sprintcars Grand Final at Perth Motorplex saw veteran Brooke Tatnell fighting tooth and nail to secure his 10th WSS Crown. In this chapter, it was Next Gen racer Jamie Veal holding a tiny 3 point buffer and a lead that would deny Tatnell the crown.

In 2017, World Series Sprintcars celebrates 30 years of Tension and Drama… Speedway Australia General Manager Tim Savell this week announcing a record 18 round competition for the corner stone of Australian Speedway.

“It’s awesome to unveil 18 exciting rounds to a celebratory 30th year of WSS,” Tim said. “It’s also been inspiring that stakeholders are working together to provide a competition that will create history, providing fans an experience of a lifetime in 2016-17.”

The extended calendar boasts 18 rounds, 20 nights and 30 years of Tradition, Excitement and Honour with WSS30 unveiled at the Murrays Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway in South Australia on November 12. The Series wrapping up in a prestigious 2 night Grand Final at the Perth Motorplex, February 24 and 25.

Motorplex Promoter Gavin Migro said he was humbled to host the Grand Final in the anniversary year. “My Dad Con promoted Series 1 in 1987 and it will be my honour to host WSS30 in 2017.”

The Passion and Tradition Calendar will be launched at a glitz and glamour event at Jupiter’s Casino on the Gold Coast on September 10.

The event will be held in conjunction with the 2016 Speedway Australia Hall of Fame and Awards Gala Night with the Speedway Australia Annual General Meeting scheduled for Monday and Tuesday September 12 & 13.

 

30th Anniversary World Series Sprintcars Calendar.

November 12, Murray Bridge Speedway – SA.

November 19, Valvoline Raceway Sydney – NSW.

November 26, Archerfield Speedway – QLD.

December 3, Toowoomba Speedbowl. – QLD.

2017 WSS Speedweek

December 26, Speedway City Adelaide. – SA.

December 27, Murray Bridge Speedway. – SA.

December 28, Borderline Speedway – Mount Gambier. SA.

December 29, Avalon Raceway – Geelong VIC.

January 1, Premier Speedway, Warrnambool. VIC.    (continued)

 

Sunshine Swing

January 3, Toowoomba Speedbowl. QLD.

January 4, Archerfield Speedway QLD.

January 6/7, Archerfield Speedway Australian Open QLD.

WSS Ultimate

February 4, Murrays Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway. SA.

Western Swing

February 11, Perth Motorplex. WA.

February 17, Attwell Park Speedway – Albany WA.

February 18, Bunbury Speedway – Bunbury WA.

WSS Grand Final

February 24/25, Perth Motorplex (Western Swing Round) WA.

February 26, WSS30 Presentation Dinner

Interested Drivers and Teams, for further information please contact:

Speedway Australia

Sports Development Officer

Shawn Mortimer 0429 333 528

End release

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Kingshott flies the Aussie flag at POWRi

 Kingshott flies the Aussie flag at POWRiaussie flag

Western Australian Speedcar hot shot Dayne Kingshott has arrived in the US and will start his US racing tour this Friday night at Fayette Country Speedway in Brownstown Illinois.KIngshott

Facing a totally new track and  the force of the Keith Kunz Motorsports team Kingshott is sure to receive a full on welcome to midget racing with the POWRi pack.

First up facing Tanner Thorson and Zach Daum will be a tough assignment but the Bunbury” Buster” is campaign tough from races across Australia on a variety of different tracks.

Kingshott will be right in the middle of points clash between the leading POWRi National contenders Daum, Thorson and Felker and these guys will not want the Aussie intruder to milk points from them.

With a fresh race car under him and the energy and excitement this first up race will deliver I am expecting Dayne Kingshott to turn a few heads as powers out for his introduction laps in front of the Fayette crowd.

We will keep race fans up to date with all of Dayne Kingshott’s results as he works his way through this Midget Tour of POWRi and USAC Midget Shows.After this first up race at Fayette Speedway  the team will move across to Macon Speedway and do it all again.

 

 

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McFadden due May22nd at Gaerte Engines Rochester

3g being prepared6 Days till James McFadden joins Gaerte Engines and 3G in the US

James McFadden will join up with Joe Gaerte and Gaerte Engines at their Rochester Indiana shop on May 22nd.McFadden will again be steering the 3G with the All Star Circuit of Champions. James full tour schedule has not yet been released but we can confirm his first  race will be May 27 with the All Stars at Attica Raceway Park .3g in shed

We can expects a schedule similar to what he chased in 2015.As soon as his full racing schedule is available we will publish it on our Web Site and our Facebook and Twitter feeds and will post all of James results as they come to hand .

The 3G is being prepared in the Rochester race shop where the powerful Gaerte Engines is waiting to be dropped in the chassis .Gaerte engine readyWe will cover all of James McFadden’s races on this tour and you can keep up to date with his results by visiting our facebook and Twitter feeds or visit this site.We  wishes James McFadden and Joe Gaerte Engines and safe and successful campaign in 2016.

Photos credit Vic Woods.

 

 

 

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David Gravel Outlaw winner at Tri-State

David GravelHAUBSTADT, Ind. — May 14, 2016  Tri-State Speedway and David Gravel gets into the grove that found the CJB #5 on top of the podium and record his second win for the season. Over resent weeks Gravel has found impressive speed since taking over the seat at CJB Motorsports.Gravel and team at Tri-State

Australian Champion Kerry Madsen was fast and impressive early in the heat a and the dash .His early nights forms gaining him the pole for the 40 lap A Main. Australia’s other entry World Series Champion Jamie Veal unlike Madsen had a difficult early start to his night and the Warnambool Wizard had to run from the Last Chance Showdown to gain his A main transfer.

Gravel started alongside Madsen and soon rounded up the Aussie Champ to lead the 24 car field into the 40 lap journey.While Gravel’s speed was no surprise the performances of no Outlaws USAC ‘s 2014 Sprintcar Champion Brady bacon and the youngster Parker Price – Miller was .The two non outlaws were at the top of the points heading into the A main and maintained their superb form in chasing down Gravel and Madsen.

Gravel had to work to keep the Bacon challenge in check to ensure he crossed the stripe in the lead position and take his win tally to 2 for the season. Bacon’s second was his second Outlaw podium after also finishing runner up last year behind the then CJB Motorsports driver Paul McMahan

Bacon at tri state

Madsen slipped back from his pole position to finish in 5th position after losing his fourth spot to Schatz with 10 laps left .Jamie Veal in the Indy Race Parts #71 started from position 20 and move passed 7 car to finish 13th and win the hard charger award.

Driver post race quotes :

David Gravel   “I saw Brady [Bacon] on the bottom, so I had to move down and protect it,” Gravel said. “I thought in lapped traffic we were pretty good but it was hard to pass lapped cars, so I was just happy that I could move down and hold him off.”

“I thought it was big when I cleared two guys on the bottom when Brady was running the bottom, and I know that gave me a little bit of time,” Gravel said. “I was just trying to move around and make them guess where I was going, because running first you don’t always know what is going on behind you and it’s a disadvantage.”

Brady Bacon  “We had a really good car, and we have had a really good car all year,” Bacon said. “This is my best chance every year to get a chance to win, and we were really close. It is easier to swallow after last year leading most of the race – tonight we were charging, but just couldn’t get there.”

Parker Price -Miller “Haubstadt is probably one of my favorite tracks in a winged car,” Price-Miller said. “We had a fast car…I think we had a car that could’ve won, but I just made too many mistakes and lapped traffic was really hectic. I got a little tight in the dirty air, but I’ll take it, it was a good run.The World of Outlaws are the greatest out there and the toughest in the business…if you can run with them and finish on the podium, it’s a good night.”Parker Price Miller

Brad Sweet leads the points as the Outlaws head to their next race at Lincoln Speedway Abbottstown PA from Donny Schatz and Daryn Pittman.Kerry Madsen sits in 12th position 873 poins adrift of Sweet

A-Main – (40 Laps) – 1. 5-David Gravel [2][$10,000]; 2. 99-Brady Bacon [5][$5,500]; 3. 2X-Parker Price-Miller [4][$3,200]; 4. 15-Donny Schatz [3][$2,800]; 5. 29-Kerry Madsen [1][$2,500]; 6. 49-Brad Sweet [6][$2,300]; 7. 11K-Kraig Kinser [7][$2,200]; 8. 83-Joey Saldana [10][$2,100]; 9. 24-Terry McCarl [15][$2,050]; 10. 2-Shane Stewart [14][$2,000]; 11. W20-Greg Wilson [9][$1,500]; 12. 7X-Critter Malone [13][$1,200]; 13. 71-Jamie Veal [20][$1,100]; 14. 7-Paul McMahan [11][$1,050]; 15. 41-Jason Johnson [16][$1,000]; 16. 19-Paige Polyak [22][$900]; 17. 9-Daryn Pittman [8][$800]; 18. 17W-Bryan Clauson [17][$800]; 19. 7S-Jason Sides [18][$800]; 20. 20N-Hunter Schuerenberg [12][$800]; 21. 4K-Kody Kinser [21][$800]; 22. 1S-Logan Schuchart [19][$800]; 23. 71M-Paul May [23][$800]; 24. 1A-Jacob Allen [24][$800]. Lap Leaders: David Gravel 1-40. KSE Hard Charger Award: 71-Jamie Veal [+7]

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