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Courtney pockets $76,000 at Dirt Cup

Courtney pockets $76,000 at Dirt Cup

By Alex Nieten (Burlington, WA) -- From the beginning of the week, it was clear Tyler Courtney was going to be a threat to win the 50th Annual Jim Raper Memorial Dirt Cup in h]

Haudenschild Stuns 'Em for $100,000 at Huset's

Haudenschild Stuns 'Em for $100,000 at Huset's

By Brian Walker, WOO Sprint Series PR (Brandon, SD) -- In fitting fashion, Sheldon Haudenschild did what no other driver dared to do with $100,000 on the line Saturday night a

Wayne Johnson wins at I-70

Wayne Johnson wins at I-70

By Lonnie Wheatley (Odessa, MO) -- Brian Brown’s unexpected visit to I-70 Motorsports Park very nearly netted a $5,000 payday in Saturday night’s Inaugural 360 Nationals atop

McCreadie wins second career Firecracker 100

McCreadie wins second career Firecracker 100

By Lucas Oil Late Model Series PR (Sarver, PA) -- Tim McCreadie took the lead at the start of the 16th Annual Firecracker 100 Presented by Big River Steel on Saturday Night at\

$250,000-to-win at Huset's in 2023

$250,000-to-win at Huset's in 2023

By Brian Walker, WOO Sprint Series PR (Brandon, SD) -- Announced Saturday night at Huset's Speedway, the High Bank Nationals will return for the second annual running in 2023


I-70 Motorsports Park 360 Nationals this Weekend

I-70 Motorsports Park 360 Nationals this Weekend

By Lonnie Wheatley (Odessa, MO) -- I-70 Motorsports Park fires back into action this weekend with two nights of 360-ci Sprint Car competition on Friday and Saturday.

It will mark the first visit for the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour atop the newly-revamped I-70 Motorsports Park high-banked, 4/10-mile clay oval as they clash with the Missouri-based ASCS Warrior Region.

Friday’s card offers up $1,500-to-win with Saturday night’s championship finale awarding $5,000 to win.

ASCS rules are in place with the exception that aluminum blocks will not be allowed which is in alignment with Knoxville Raceway rules.

Last year’s All Star Circuit of Champions format will be in effect including group qualifying that sets heat race lineups with an invert of four. Heat winners along with the fastest qualifier to transfer will be eligible for the redraw with the balance of feature lineups determined by heat race finishes in order of qualifying time.

Any driver that doesn’t compete on Friday can start no better than 11th in Saturday’s finale.

Oklahoma City’s Wayne Johnson leads the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour troops into the weekend with a 57-point advantage over reigning series champion Blake Hahn as Columbia’s Garet Williamson and rookie contenders Jason Martin and Brandon Anderson round out the current top five.

Others among the current top ten in series points include past series champion Tim Crawley, Matt Covington and the rookie trio of Landon Crawley, Landon Britt and Kyler Johnson.

Marshall’s Miles Paulus holds the current edge in ASCS Warrior Region points.

The event will be show-up points only for both series.

Friday will be a Sprint Cars only extravaganza while the Show Me Vintage Cars will join in on Saturday’s action.

Gates open at 5:00 p.m. each night with racing going green at 8:00 p.m.

General admission is $20 on Friday night and $25 on Saturday night with Party Deck, RV Trackside Camping and Guest Suites also available. Detailed ticket information is available at https://tickets.thefoat.com/I70MotorsportsPark/360+Sprints/tickets/id-6dBYUMNVpCuP/?fbclid=IwAR2D9xJ50kyKHGxI1ftyZo0WeKfG__gDc3I-vqKGMDd9JTO9p6OrUSyFOaE.

I-70 Motorsports Park is located east of Kansas City off Exit 41 near Odessa, MO. For more information, contact the track at 816-393-0001 at 405-238-8485 or check www.i70motorsportspark.com.

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