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Troutman takes UMP Modified opener at East Bay

Troutman takes UMP Modified opener at East Bay

(Tampa, FL) -- Drake Troutman captured the opening night of UMP Modifieds during as the Winternationals resumed Tuesday night at East Bay Raceway Park.

Davenport gets first Lucas Oil win of 23 at Bubba

Davenport gets first Lucas Oil win of 23 at Bubba

By Lucas Oil Late Model Series PR (Ocala, FL) -- Jonathan Davenport regained the lead from Dennis Erb Jr. on lap 29 and then led the last 12 laps to win Monday night’s Lucas O

Thornton Gets Redemption with Bubba victory

Thornton Gets Redemption with Bubba victory

By Lucas oil Late Model Series PR (Ocala, FL) -- Ricky Thornton Jr. found redemption on Sunday night at Bubba Raceway Park - winning the 40-lap Winter Nationals main event for

Overton nips Thornton at the wire at Golden Isles

Overton nips Thornton at the wire at Golden Isles

By Lucas Oil Late Model Series PR (Waynesville, GA) -- Brandon Overton utilized a last lap pass coming off turn number four to barely edge Ricky Thornton Jr. at the finish lin

Tyler Clem triumphs at Volusia Speedway Park

Tyler Clem triumphs at Volusia Speedway Park

(Barberville, FL) - St. Petersburg, Florida'sTyler Clem who seems capable of winning in almost any type of race car drove into the lead in turn one of lap one from his pole po\

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Chili Bowl Nationals Launches New Website

12/6/2022
Chili Bowl Nationals Launches New Website

The Chili Bowl Midget Nationals debut an all-new, mobile-friendly website!

Since 1987, two weeks after Christmas, the Chili Bowl Midget Nationals arrives like a gift from Santa Claus. In the Oklahoma metropolis of Tulsa, "Santa" is Emmett Hahn and Lanny Edwards, organizers of the four-night race meet since its 1987 inception.

The Chili Bowl Midget Nationals...

Initially sponsored by the Chili Bowl food company of Bob Berryhill, these Nationals are known simply as The Chili Bowl: racing's winter answer to football's Super Bowl.

It accommodates over two hundred race rigs, bleachers for thousands of people and an ever-growing trade show. To stroll the aisles of Tulsa's SageNet Center, the home of The Golden Driller, is to rub shoulders with champions from across America.

The presence of Sprint talent such as five-time Chili Bowl winner Sammy Swindell is what elevates Midget competition to a level unmatched.

The Chili Bowl's key ingredient is the clay which once covered the adjacent fairgrounds. Without sun or wind to harm it, the indoor garden (roughly a quarter-mile circle) is heavily saturated so that the boldest dirt track artists of our time can truly shine. The benchmark came in 1994 when the Jones brothers, P.J. and Page, went three-abreast for the lead with eventual winner Andy Hillenburg, a hometown hero from Broken Arrow who commands the loudest fan reaction.

It is this action which fills every corner for 55 laps that keeps people coming back. When more than 15,000 spectators walk out the door on the fifth and final night, they are so amazed at what they have seen that they cannot wait to return.

For complete schedule, driver entries, trade show information, and more, visit the ALL-NEW ChiliBowl.com at the link below!

https://www.chilibowl.com/

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