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The Bullring @ Las Vegas Motor Speedway Labor Day Weekend Special


Photo Credit: Jeff Speer

(Revised Aug. 31, 2014) (Court Connell was NOT disqualified after his victory in Saturday night's 25-lap NASCAR Bomber feature at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, as was previously reported. The Bullring regrets the error and congratulates Court on his first Bullring feature win.)

The Bullring @ LVMS was packed full of spectators and racing action throughout the Labor Day weekend special. The following links will direct you to the results of the double header weekend.



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David Anderson wins on first night of Labor Day Weekend Special


Credit: Jeff Speer


[NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Labor Day Special #1] (Revised Aug. 31, 2014)

Scott Gafforini and David Anderson have been running 1-2 in the NASCAR Super Late Model points standings this season, so it was no surprise that they continued their battle on the race track Saturday night at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Anderson was spun out in the second turn of the first lap, but the race was restarted after a brief caution. He then grabbed the race lead from Stan Mullis on lap 37 of the 40-lap feature and held off a hard-charging Gafforini for his third victory of the season on the first night of the Labor Day Weekend Special. Gafforini led the first five laps, but Mullis moved in front on the sixth lap and appeared to be the class of the field, leading the next 31 laps.

Anderson, who had been running second since the eighth lap, made his move and passed Mullis with three laps remaining and brought Gafforini with him. The two ran bumper-to-bumper for the remaining laps and Gafforini tried a bump-and-run on the final lap but couldn't rattle Anderson and pull off the pass.

"It was definitely a hard race and Scotty (Gafforini) put up a heck of a battle there," Anderson said. "When he started fading the brakes on his car, I wasn't sure if I could stay in front of him. I was doing everything I could to hang on in the middle of the corner.

"Obviously, it didn't help being spun out at the beginning there. It always makes you wonder what happened to the car but, luckily enough, it didn't cause any damage that I could tell and we went on for another win."

Mullis finished third, Steve Anderson was fourth and Kayli Barker took fifth.

Two teenagers who made their Super Late Model debuts on Saturday, Chris Trickle and Noah Gragson, had mixed results. Trickle, 14, ran fifth most of the race before suffering a brief mechanical issue late in the race. He recovered, however, and finished sixth. Gragson, 15, had mechanical trouble from the outset and had to pull off the track.

Justin Johnson of Las Vegas, who won the 76-lap Super Late Model feature at The Bullring on July 3, made his first NASCAR Grand American Modified start of the season and led all 50 laps for the victory.

"These (Modified) cars are awesome," Johnson said. "It's my first time in one and I'm out of breath."

Jason Irwin, who had won all four previous Modified features at The Bullring this season, finished second and Pat Petrie was third.

Irwin did find Victory Lane in his Legend Car, leading all but the first two laps of the 25-lap feature.

Court Connell, making his first start of the season, took the checkered flag in the 25-lap NASCAR Bomber division after leading 23 of the 25 laps. Vinny Raucci Jr.'s victory in the 25-lap NASCAR Super Stock feature was disallowed when his car failed the post-race inspection and Jason Kiser was declared the winner.

Thomas Patterson passed Shawn Buckley for the lead on lap 10 and stayed out front and won the 30-lap USAC HPD Midget Series feature. Christine Breckenridge, who has two wins this season at The Bullring, was second and Jeff Kelley was third.

The Labor Day Weekend Special continues Sunday night with racing in seven classes. Spectator gates open at 5 p.m., qualifying begins at 7:15 and feature races start at 8.

NEXT RACE - Sunday, Aug. 31 - NASCAR Whelen All-American Series: NASCAR Grand American Modifieds, NASCAR Bombers, USAC HPD Midget Series, USLCI Legend Cars, USLCI Thunder Cars, IAPMO/Silver Star Plumbing/LasVegasTool.com Bandoleros. The Bullring's concession stand offers $1 hot dogs, $1 Coca-Cola products and $2 Budweiser beer on each NASCAR Whelen All-American Series race night.

For more information on all events at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, please visit www.LVMS.com.

Saturday night's NASCAR Whelen All-American Series feature-event results from The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway

40-lap NASCAR Super Late Model feature: 1. David Anderson, 2. Scott Gafforini, 3. Stan Mullis, 4. Steve Anderson, 5. Kayli Barker, 6. Chris Trickle, 7. Dennis Rock Jr., 8. Andre Prescott, 9. Donna Gunther, 10. Isaac Sherman, 11. Mike McKearn, 12. Noah Gragson.

50-lap NASCAR Grand American Modified feature: 1. Justin Johnson, 2. Jason Irwin, 3. Pat Petrie, 4. CJ Hawley, 5. William Guevara, 6. Marty Deluca, 7. Tom Pfundstein, 8. Steve Durbin, 9. Jim Rogel, 10. Michael Takami.

25-lap NASCAR Bomber feature: 1. Court Connell, 2. Michael Greve, 3. Jim Merlino, 4. Jason Merlino, 5. Adam Simon, 6. Martin Sullins, 7. Cayla Bronston, 8. Jeff Bargerhuff, 9. Sam Jacks, 10. Billy Hern, 11. Anthony Riegert, 12. Rich Ham. (Revised results.)

30-lap USAC HPD Midget Series feature: 1. Thomas Patterson, 2. Christine Breckenridge, 3. Jeff Kelley, 4. Shawn Buckley, 5. Toni Breidinger, 6. Marina Turner, 7. Annie Breidinger, 8. Joel Rayborne, 9. Dezel West, 10. Ashley Hazelton.

25-lap Legend Car feature: 1. Jason Irwin, 2. TJ Clark, 3. Jeremy Wood, 4. Noah Gragson, 5. Peyton Saxton, 6. Jordan Dean, 7. Michael Todd Glazier, 8. Riley Herbst, 9. Cameron Morga, 10. Devin Lane, 11. Brian Williams, 12. Brian Lane, 13. Gary Wegener, 14. Gina Tillman, 15. Randy Irwin, 16. David Saxton.

25-lap NASCAR Super Stock feature: 1. Jason Kiser, 2. Phil Goodwin, 3. Robert Negrete Jr., 4. Matt Larsen, 5. Johnny Spilotro.






Johnson, Irwin repeat on second night of Labor Day Weekend Special


Credit: Jeff Speer


[NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Labor Day Special #2]

Justin Johnson has won more races at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in the past decade than he can count - he figures the number is somewhere in the vicinity of 100 in various divisions - but he is unlikely to forget the three that he added to that total this summer.

Johnson, 29, won the 76-lap NASCAR Super Late Model main event on July 3 at The Bullring and came back this weekend with victories in 50-lap NASCAR Grand American Modified features Saturday and Sunday nights during the Labor Day Weekend Special.

"This weekend was awesome," said Johnson, who held off Jason Irwin to win in both feature races. "My spotter was a little late on that call on the last (restart) coming down into turn one there, but thanks to (Irwin) for not turning me around."

As he did on Saturday night, Johnson led all 50 laps and had to deal with four caution periods that tightened up the field after stretching his lead to more than a second over Irwin. Pat Petrie, CJ Hawley and Steve Durbin rounded out the top five.

Irwin, from Albuquerque, N.M., also has become quite familiar with Victory Lane at The Bullring. He has won four Modified features and six Legend Car main events this season - including sweeping both Legend mains this weekend.

"There's a lot going on (racing in multiple divisions), there's a lot going on, it's always busy, it's always a scramble but it seems like everything always comes together and we're able to pull it together."

Peyton Saxton took second in the Legends main, Noah Gragson was third, Jeremy Wood finished fourth and Jordan Dean took fifth.

Adam Simon reached The Bullring's Victory Lane for the first time in his career when he held off Martin Sullins to win the 25-lap NASCAR Bomber feature on Sunday. Simon led the first seven laps before he surrender the lead to Jason Merlino, who led until he spun out on the backstretch on lap 20. Simon regained the lead at that point and held off a challenge from Sullins for the win. Rich Ham, Sam Jacks and Billy Hern completed the top five.

Also picking up his first victory of the season was Ethan DeGuevara in the 15-lap Bandolero Bandits feature. DeGuevara led flag-to-flag, beating Mason Sargent and Gino Marretti to the finish line.

Ryan Vargas scored his fifth victory of the season in the Bandolero Outlaws main, Ian Anderson recorded his fourth USLCI Thunder Car feature win and Shawn Buckley of Simi Valley, Calif., won the 30-lap USAC HPD Midget Series feature.

CORRECTION - Court Connell was not disqualified after his victory in Saturday night's 25-lap NASCAR Bomber feature at The Bullring, as was previously reported. Connell earned his first victory in his initial start in the Bomber division this season. Michael Greve was second and Jim Merlino was third.

NEXT RACE - Saturday, Sept. 13 - NASCAR Whelen All-American Series: NASCAR Super Late Models, NASCAR Super Stocks, NASCAR Bombers, USLCI Legend Cars, USLCI Thunder Cars, IAPMO/Silver Star Plumbing/LasVegasTool.com Bandoleros. The Bullring's concession stand offers $1 hot dogs, $1 Coca-Cola products and $2 Budweiser beer on each NASCAR Whelen All-American Series race night.

For more information on all events at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, please visit www.LVMS.com.

Sunday night's NASCAR Whelen All-American Series feature-event results from The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway

50-lap NASCAR Grand American Modified feature: 1. Justin Johnson, 2. Jason Irwin, 3. Pat Petrie, 4. CJ Hawley, 5. Steve Durbin, 6. Marty Deluca, 7. Tom Pfundstein, 8. William Guevara, 9. Jim Rogel, 10. Michael Takami.

25-lap NASCAR Bomber feature: 1. Adam Simon, 2. Martin Sullins, 3. Rich Ham, 4. Sam Jacks, 5. Billy Hern, 6. Cayla Bronston, 7. Jeff Bargerhuff, 8. Anthony Riegert, 9. Jason Merlino, 10. Michael Greve, 11. Jim Merlino.

30-lap USAC HPD Midget Series feature: 1. Shawn Buckley, 2. Jeff Kelley, 3. Christine Breckenridge, 4. Toni Breidinger, 5. Thomas Patterson, 6. Annie Breidinger, 7. Marina Turner, 8. Joel Rayborne, 9. Dezel West, 10. Ashley Hazelton.

25-lap Legend Car feature: 1. Jason Irwin, 2. Peyton Saxton, 3. Noah Gragson, 4. Jeremy Wood, 5. Jordan Dean, 6. Cameron Morga, 7. Michael Todd Glazier, 8. Devin Lane, 9. Robert Gayton, 10. TJ Clark, 11. Brian Williams, 12. Brian Lane, 13. Gary Wegener, 14. Gina Tillman, 15. Randy Irwin, 16. David Saxton.

25-lap USLCI Thunder Car feature: 1. Ian Anderson, 2. Chris Bosley, 3. Travis Boyle, 4. David Brandon Jr., 5. Doug Germano.

15-lap IAPMO/Silver Star Plumbing/LasVegasTool.com Bandolero Bandits feature: 1. Ethan DeGuevara, 2. Mason Sargent, 3. Gino Marretti, 4. Dezel West, 5. Tye O'Hanley, 6. Gianna Marretti, 7. Brodey Warren, 8. Kyle Keller, 9. RJ Smotherman.

15-lap IAPMO/Silver Star Plumbing/LasVegasTool.com Bandolero Outlaws feature: 1. Ryan Vargas, 2. Kyle Jacks, 3. Christian Warren, 4. Caden Carlin, 5. Phillip Root, 6. Dylin Smotherman, 7. Aiden Green, 8. Brian Taylor.





The Rhino Linings 350 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race


Credit: Las Vegas Motor Speedway


The Rhino Linings 350 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series returns to Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Saturday, September 27, 2014.
Don't miss all of the NASCAR racing action as the top drivers in the series race for the checkered flag under the lights at LVMS.

Rhino Linings 350 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race Schedule

Saturday, Sept. 27


Ticket gate C and Neon Garage open at 9 a.m.

Ticket gates A, B, D, E, G, Blackjack Club and VIP suites open at 3 p.m.

9 a.m. – Ticket gate C and Neon Garage opens. Neon Garage open to all guests.

9-10:15 a.m. – NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Rhino Linings 350 practice.

10:45 a.m.-noon – Final NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Rhino Linings 350 practice.

12:15-5:30 p.m. – Minors permitted in garage area.

2-2:45 p.m. – Driver autograph session, Neon Garage.

3 p.m. – Ticket gates A, B, D, E, G, Blackjack Club and VIP suites open.

3:40 p.m. – NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Rhino Linings 350 qualifying (two laps, all positions).

6:30 p.m. – NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Rhino Linings 350 driver introductions.

7 p.m. – NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Rhino Linings 350 (146 laps, 219 miles).

9 p.m. – Neon Garage closes.

Fun Extras

Neon Garage

It's the perfect combination of VEGAS and NASCAR…and it’s FREE! The Neon Garage provides unprecedented access to the Rhino Linings 350 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series stars and teams. Fans have the opportunity to see their favorite drivers up close while race teams prepare their trucks for the Rhino Linings 350. Fans receive free Neon Garage access with the purchase of a truck race ticket. Special driver autograph session starts at 2:00pm.

Specialty concessions and the victory lane celebration are just a few of the unique experiences fans can enjoy during the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event…and you can’t beat the price.


Ticket Pricing:

Dale Earnhardt or Richard Petty Terrace:

Adults- $39 Kids(12 & Under)-$25 Family 4-Pack (2 Adults & 2 Kids)-$89

General Admission Seating:

Adults-$24
Junior (6-12)-$10
Child (5 & Under)- FREE
Family 4-Pack (2 Adults & 2 Kids)-$49

Please note: All ticket prices will increase by $5 on September 22, 2014 (week of the event).

For more information and tickets, please visit LVMS online at www.lvms.com.





NHRA announces 2015 dates for The Strip at LVMS


Photo Credit: Jeff Speer


For the 15th consecutive year, The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway will host two NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series national events in 2015. The 2015 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series schedule, released today, features a return to the traditional NHRA spring date at LVMS.

The 16th annual SummitRacing.com NHRA Nationals will move to April 10-12 in 2015. This year's spring event at The Strip at LVMS was held on the last weekend in March. Next year's fall race at The Strip, the NHRA Toyota Nationals, will be held on its traditional Nevada Day weekend of Oct. 29-Nov. 1, and will once again serve as the penultimate event of the 24-race NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series season. This year's 14th annual NHRA Toyota Nationals is scheduled for Oct. 30-Nov. 2.

Tickets for this year's NHRA Toyota Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway are on sale now and may be purchased at www.LVMS.com. Tickets for the 2015 NHRA events will go on sale later this fall.





Schmidt, Ruckman claim trophies during Labor Day Weekend at The Strip


Photo Credit: Jeff Speer


Doniphan Schmidt and Charlie Ruckman closed out the Short Line Express Markets Jr. Drag Racing Series points season by winning their respective classes on Monday at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Schmidt, of Golden Valley, Ariz., defeated Trinity Howard of Las Vegas in the Thunder Division final while Ruckman, of Grand Junction, Colo., defeated Elizabeth Strones of Flagstaff in the Lightning Division final.

Schmidt also won Saturday's NHRA Division 7 Race of Champions by defeating Cy Mitchell of Thousand Oaks, Calif. In Division 7 team competition, Barona 1/8-Mile Drag Strip captured the title while Las Vegas #1 was second.

On Saturday, the E.T. Bracket Series held its 11th of 12 points event of the season. Jason Dawson of North Las Vegas (Super Pro), Phil Garrison of Flagstaff (Pro), Sal Cachia of Las Vegas (Sportsman) and Gary Oaks of Las Vegas (Motorcycle) won their respective classes. Dawson went on to defeat Oaks for the King of The Track title and a special Wally.

The E.T. Bracket Series will hold its final points race of the season on Saturday at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The National Muscle Car Association also will be holding its third annual NMCA West Muscle Car Nationals Friday through Sunday at The Strip. Details on these and other events at Las Vegas Motor Speedway can be found at www.lvms.com.

Labor Day Weekend Results from The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway

Saturday, Aug. 30 - The Strip at LVMS E.T. Bracket Series Race No. 11 - Final-round elimination results:


SUPER PRO - Jason Dawson (North Las Vegas) defeated Doug Schneider (Las Vegas).
PRO - Phil Garrison (Flagstaff, Ariz.) defeated Earl Blake (Las Vegas).
SPORTSMAN - Sal Cachia (Las Vegas) defeated Tristan Craig (Henderson).
MOTORCYCLE - Gary Oaks (Las Vegas) defeated Kahea Woods (Las Vegas).
KING OF THE TRACK - Jason Dawson (North Las Vegas) defeated Gary Oaks (Las Vegas).


Saturday, Aug. 30 - NHRA Division 7 Jr. Dragster Finals Race of Champions results:

Ages 8-9 - Doniphan Schmidt (Golden Valley, Ariz.) defeated Cy Mitchell (Thousand Oaks, Calif.).
Ages 10-12 - Braiden Chesleigh (LaVerne, Calif.) defeated Joey Petrone (Chandler, Ariz.).
Ages 13-14 - Amy Book (Yucaipa, Calif.) defeated Jakob Trammell (Case Grande, Ariz.).
Ages 15-17 - Brandon Marcheski (Mesa, Ariz.) defeated Trey Vetter (Henderson).
Jr. Comp - Brandon Marcheski (Mesa, Ariz.) defeated Justin Ball (Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.).


Sunday, Aug. 31 - NHRA Division 7 Jr. Dragster Finals Team Eliminations results:

Ages 6-9 - Doniphan Schmidt (Golden Valley, Ariz.) defeated Jessica Boardman (Las Vegas).
Ages 10-12 - Braiden Chesleigh (LaVerne, Calif.) defeated Cody Garceau (Las Vegas).
Ages 13-14 - Amy Book (Yucaipa, Calif.) defeated Dylan Horridge (Victorville, Calif.).
Ages 15-17 - Madison Whitten (Corona, Calif.) defeated Megan Shaffer (Yerrington).
Jr. Comp - Brianna Blinzler (Ventura, Calif.) defeated Brandon Marcheski (Mesa, Ariz.)


Sunday, Aug. 31 - NHRA Division 7 Jr. Dragster Finals team results:

1. Barona 1/8-Mile Drag Strip; 2. Las Vegas #1; 3. Wild Horse Pass; 4. Irwindale Dragstrip; 5. Famoso/ANRA #1; 6. Famoso/ANRA #2; 7. Las Vegas #2; 8. Sacramento Raceway; 9. Top Gun Raceway; 10. Famoso/ANRA #3.

Monday, Sept. 1 - Short Line Express Markets Jr. Dragster Series Race No. 10:

Jr. Thunder - Doniphan Schmidt (Golden Valley, Ariz.) defeated Trinity Howard (Las Vegas).
Jr. Lightning - Charlie Ruckman (Grand Junction, Colo.) defeated Elizabeth Strone (Flagstaff, Ariz.).
Jr. Comp - Megan Shaffer (Yerington) defeated AJ Thomas (Chowchilla, Calif.).





Current 2014 E.T. Bracket, Jr. Dragster points for The Strip


Photo Credit: Jeff Speer


Position, driver name, points

Super Pro

1. Roger Kato 451
2. John Phlegar 324
3. Chad Webber 314
4. Garrett Wiles 294
5. Jason Dawson 289
6. Cecil Wiles Jr. 276
7. Alexis Thompson 274
8. Terry Souza 269
8. Keith Winters 269
10. Carl Cannavo 266
11. Russ Stryker 254
12. Tim Preiser 244
13. Steve Johnson 240
14. Michael Kelly 236
15. Bob DeFrancesco 224
16. Jennifer Wiens 218
17. Doug Schneider 210
18. Becky Phlegar 206
19. Kelly Bailey 204
20. Katelyn Whynaught 198
21. David Albers 194
21. Greg Hicks 194
21. Morgan Thompson 194
24. Elden Lacer 191
25. Jason Hussey 184
26. Matthew Hardy 174
26. Bryan King 174
28. Daniel Henderson 162
29. Antonio Hite 155
30. Mike Creason 134
31. Curtis Garceau 130
32. Doug Carter 123
33. Justin Taylor 116
34. Jamie Mace 114
35. Jeff Farrar 100
35. Ric Fauset 100
35. Kirk Schroeder 100
38. T.J. Fogarty 94
39. Chad Axford 90
40. Danny Walker 88
41. Richard McFarland 74
42. Meaghan Henderson 72
42. Dick Krieger 72
44. Les Figueroa 68
45. Josh Paskvan 66
46. Dana Young 48
47. Gary Reust 42
48. Hunter Walker 38
49. Shane Thompson 32
50. Chris Naffziger 26
51. Don McDavitt 16
51. Jim Naffziger 16
51. Paul Snell 16
54. Don Kruse 6
54. Dennis Wergin 6


Pro

1. Bob Coulter 409
2. Jon Irving 403
3. Larry Pittenger 374
4. Philip Garrison 318
5. Todd Ishibashi 309
6. Charles Sturdavent 294
7. Jason Hoorn 276
7. Theodore Logan Sr. 276
9. Tony Anderson 254
9. Mark Meier 254
11. Michael Kelly 236
12. Cliff Ricci 234
13. Grace Creason 224
13. Maquell Fallin 224
13. Ricky Gray 224
16. John Irving 214
17. Tim Keillor 208
18. Michael Avitabile 206
19. Kayla Sewell 194
20. Neil Evans 186
21. Erick Marsik 184
22. Carl Imaye 174
22. David Phillips 174
24. Larry Mason 168
25. Jay Waxler 166
26. Christin Santos 148
27. George Mattie 144
28. Tonya Santos 138
29. Jake Evans 136
29. Donald Johnston 136
31. Bill Bonwell 132
32. Scott Machael 122
33. Errol Farmer 120
33. Ryan Johnston 120
35. Ken Spears 118
36. Freddy Jackson 110
36. Robert Meads 110
38. Earl Blake 100
38. Gregory Garrison 100
40. Carl Gagnon 94
41. John Bowie 90
42. Frank Woessner 84
43. George Boyle 80
44. Michael Jackson 78
45. Jeff Avitabile 74
45. Justin Johnston 74
47. Steve Winters 68
48. Barron Barler 54
48. Constantine Pappas 54
50. Justin Lamb 46
51. Larry Maxwell 32
52. Kelly Hess 26
52. Scott Horsley 26
52. Fabian Kjorstad 26
55. Jaime Martin 22
55. Jesse McCurdy 22
57. Dwight Machael 16
58. David Wallis 12
59. John Carahalis 6
59. Tony Madonia 6


Motorcycle

1. Gary Oaks 338
2. Kahea Woods 278
3. Gaige Herrera 265
3. Justin King 265
5. Leo Shaver 170
6. Dennis Sacco 125
7. Thomas Kearley 96
8. Lonnie Woodruff 54
9. David Phillips 42
10. Sean Conner 16
10. Rick Newport 16


Sportsman

1. Tristan Craig 423
2. Jon Irving 411
3. Sal Cachia 378
4. Rick Emanuel 358
5. Nick Ariotti 309
6. John Irving 254
6. James Smith 254
8. Katherine Garza 204
8. Brian Schell 204
10. Jeff Shumway 184
11. Jim Sharkey 142
12. Richard Ariotti 128
13. Daniel Boyle 124
14. Richard Emanuel 106
15. Paul Wong 104
16. Kyle Thorpe 94
17. Sarah Mandella 90
18. Brady Waddell 84
19. Dennis Evans 42
20. Kirk Schroeder 26
21. John Bugay 16
21. Chris Ragan 16


JR. DRAGSTER (Final Points)

Lightning

1. Joshua Gagnon 289
2. Michael A. Nunno 238
3. Trey Vetter 226
4. Elizabeth Strones 199
5. Cody Webber 187
6. David Nickerson 164
7. Zakery Grosz 152
8. Brianna Wiens 146
9. Jamie Sturdevant 144
10. Nathaniel Hall 90
11. Gabrielle Schmidt 74
12. Cason Segundo 48
13. Matthew Rust 42


Thunder

1. Reilly Garceau 341
2. Cody Garceau 287
3. Keoki Desa 284
4. Trinity Howard 259
5. Hannah Ellison 224
6. Cadie DelToro 216
7. Aaron Covington 206
8. Gage Gilbert 182
9. Clay Evans 142
9. Makayla Farnum 142
9. Preston Howard 142
12. Taylor Taylor 110
13. Ayla Merrill 90
14. Doniphan Schmidt 87
15. Ryan Linde 48
16. Tanner Langevin 42





NMCA WEST Flowmaster Street Car Series Sept. 5-7


Photo Credit: NMCA WEST


NMCA WEST Flowmaster Street Car Series will continue for the 3rd stop for the 3rd Annual NMCA WEST Muscle Car Nationals, Sept. 5-7 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Come out to witness Garrett Pro Street cars light up the track and put down some six-second 200+mph passes, Lucas Oil NA 10.5 cars go wheels up, or bring down your car to race in the world famous TREMEC True Street class. NMCA WEST points leaders will turn it up at this event to head into the NMCA World Finals chasing a coveted Wally trophy and the prized Nitto Tire Diamond Tree Champions Ring.

Competitors in 10 classes, including the six-second 240 mph Garrett Turbo Pro Mod cars, will chase points toward a year-end prize and the title of World Champion. Event champions will take home a coveted Wally trophy, which is named for NHRA founder Wally Parks.

For more information on the NMCA WEST event and rules, please visit NMCA DIGITAL.





All events, dates, times and classes are subject to change without prior notice.




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