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Kaulig Racing is thrilled to announce that Charge Me will reenergize its support for Chandler Smith during the 2023 NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS) season. Charge Me will serve as primary sponsor, adding associate sponsors Spend Me, Quick Tie and others for multiple events during Smith’s rookie season, the first being the Production Alliance Group 300 at Auto Club Speedway.


Charge Me was founded on the principal that the electric vehicle (EV) revolution will require a robust infrastructure to support all levels. To encourage this transition towards a clean energy future, Charge Me has launched a diverse product range of EV charging solutions. iDeveloping the first-of-its-kind, off-grid, multi-use portable charging systems for both EV roadside assistance, as well as a stationary power generator, Charge Me uses clean fuels like propane and natural gas to develop solutions to help alleviate the gird infrastructure.


“We at Charge Me and Spend Me could not be more excited to take on this journey with an amazing driver and young man again," says Charge Me Executive Vice President Bill Marr. "As this is our second year in NASCAR, moving up to Xfinity and seeing Chandler compete on this stage with a race team like Kaulig is an honor. We are proud to be a NASCAR family member and support this amazing sport. A huge thank you to Matt Kaulig and Chris Rice to welcome us and support us on this 2023 championship path.”


Kaulig Racing previously announced in the fall of 2022 that Smith will compete full-time in the team’s No. 16 Chevrolet NXS entry as part of a multi-year agreement. 


“I can’t thank Bill and Charge Me enough for believing in me and my growth in NASCAR,” says Smith. “We’ve had quite a bit of success together, and I feel so blessed to have the support of an amazing partner heading into 2023 at Kaulig Racing.”


Prior to signing with Kaulig Racing, Smith found success in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series (NCTS), accruing five wins, 23 top fives and 34 top-10 finishes. After securing a spot in the round of eight during his first playoff berth of 2021, Smith went on to advance to the championship race in 2022, ultimately finishing third in the series’ points standings.


“We are extremely excited to have the opportunity to work with Charge Me this season,” says Chris Rice, president of Kaulig Racing. “We see so much potential in Chandler and hope that we are able to see success during the upcoming season with Charge Me as a driving force."


The Production Alliance Group 300 will take place on February 25 at Auto Club Speedway, where the No. 16 Charge Me Chevrolet will make its debut on track with Smith behind the wheel.


Kaulig Racing PR

Netspend, a leading provider of payments and financial solutions for consumers and businesses, will sponsor Kyle Busch and the No. 8 team beginning in 2023, Richard Childress Racing announced today.


Netspend will be a multi-race partner of RCR, and Busch will drive the No. 8 Netspend Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 for select races in 2023, including at the event near their Austin, Texas headquarters - the EchoPark Automotive Grand Prix at the Circuit of the Americas on Sunday, March 26, 2023. The race airs live at 3:30 p.m. ET on FOX.


“Both Richard Childress Racing and Kyle Busch are living out their dreams every day, having won multiple championships and some of the most prestigious races in motorsports,” said Kelley Knutson, president of Netspend. "We’re looking forward to seeing the No. 8 Netspend Chevy on race tracks across America and delivering our key marketing and business objectives through this unique platform with the RCR team partnership.”


Netspend's mobile accounts help people manage their money and build a better financial future. For over 20 years, Netspend's modern everyday payment solutions have helped more than 10 million people on their journey to financial freedom — with perks like the ability to shop, pay bills, budget and manage money anytime, anywhere. Learn more about Netspend's mobile accounts at


“We appreciate Netspend’s technology-focused approach to their business and unique ability to connect people and brands together with innovative payment solutions, which aligns well with Richard Childress Racing’s approach to our industry,” said Torrey Galida, president of Richard Childress Racing. “We’d like to welcome Netspend to RCR, and look forward to building brand awareness, engaging strategic partners, driving new business relationships, and introducing even more consumers to Netspend’s broad suite of payment products and technologies.”


For more information and all that is going on at RCR, visit



Winning his first Midget race in over a year on Friday, that was quickly joined with a win on the biggest stage in Midget racing Saturday night when California’s Logan Seavey held off the charge of Tanner Thorson to win the 37th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire.


“I don’t even know yet,” chuckled Seavey when asked how it felt to win.


“I’ll let you know tomorrow, but for now, it feels awesome. It really set in when they handed me the Driller, and I got to talk to Kevin a little bit. He deserves it, and will probably get a lot more, so to win this race is special, but to win it in the No. 39 on our first try is really cool.”


The 23rd driver to top the Chili Bowl, the win is a first for Kevin and Jordan Swindell as car owners. The Swindell name now accounts for 14 overall wins in Chili Bowl competition. Of that, ten came with a Golden Driller. The pair’s time in Tulsa this year also included his first win as a car owner at the Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout.


A redo on the restart after trailing Hank Davis, the reset for a spun car saw Seavey rolling out with the lead. Chased by Cannon McIntosh, the No. 08 kept pace before finally getting the point on Lap 21 with a low side move off the fourth turn.


In traffic shortly after, McIntosh held the position but would find his lead challenged following a Lap 30. Working the hub of the Tulsa Expo Raceway before varying his line at either end, Seavey took the Victory Fuel No. 39 back to the point on Lap 31.


Taking second in the same breath, Tanner Thorson was in pursuit. Both changing up their lines to gain an edge on the other, the track finally migrated the field low with just a handful of laps to run.


Trying to set up Seavey for a last lap run, the caution would bring about a green, white, checkered finish, with Seavey holding off the 2022 champion by 0.306-seconds.


Falling back to fourth at one point, Cannon McIntosh was able to get back to third with California’s Shane Golobic in fourth. Emerson Axsom completed the top five.


Making up ten positions, Kyle Jones stormed to a sixth-place finish, with Mitchel Moles in seventh. Trey Marcham from 14th land eighth, followed by Tim Buckwalter, who made an impressive run from 23rd to ninth. Justin Grant completed the top ten.


The 37th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire saw 365 drivers officially draw in. During the Saturday Alphabet Soup, Claremore’s Kris Carroll set a new event record through ‘The Soup’ with seven races from the N-Feature to the H-Features. Saturday’s run of events was slated for double P-Features, but with drivers scratching, began with double O-Features.


The 2023 Rookie of the Year and recipient of the Fuzzy Hahn Highest Finishing Female Award was California’s Jade Avedisian, who was the only rookie to lock into Saturday’s A-Feature. She is the second woman to do so, with Kaylee Bryson in her second consecutive.


The 2024 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, takes place January 8-13, 2024, at the Tulsa Expo Raceway, located inside the SageNet Center in Tulsa, Okla. Information on tickets will be released in the next few weeks. Ticket orders begin the first Wednesday of March.


For continued updates on the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, fans can follow along on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram with @CBNationals. All official press, updates, and results on the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire can be found online at


Race Results:


Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire

Tulsa Expo Raceway (Tulsa, Okla.)

Saturday, January 14, 2023

General Tire Championship Night


Event Car Count: 365




A Feature (55 Laps): 1. 39-Logan Seavey[1]; 2. 88-Tanner Thorson[4]; 3. 08-Cannon McIntosh[3]; 4. 17W-Shane Golobic[6]; 5. 19T-Emerson Axsom[7]; 6. 7U-Kyle Jones[16]; 7. 89X-Mitchel Moles[9]; 8. 32T-Trey Marcham[14]; 9. 29-Tim Buckwalter[23]; 10. 2J-Justin Grant[10]; 11. 39T-Tim McCreadie[24]; 12. 5T-Kevin Thomas Jr[19]; 13. 26R-Zeb Wise[17]; 14. 89-Chris Windom[11]; 15. 19A-Daison Pursley[22]; 16. 40M-Chase McDermand[12]; 17. 7X-Thomas Meseraull[18]; 18. 84-Jade Avedisian[13]; 19. 67-Ryan Timms[21]; 20. 29S-Hank Davis[2]; 21. 24-Rico Abreu[5]; 22. 71-Kaylee Bryson[20]; 23. (DNF) 1S-Spencer Bayston[8]; 24. (DNF) 71M-Brent Crews[15]


Lap Leaders: Logan Seavey 1-20, 31-55; Cannon McIntosh 21-30

Hard Charger: Tim Buckwalter +14


#DoItForGrady Pole Shuffle


Pole Shuffle (4 Laps): 1. 39-Logan Seavey[2]; 2. 29S-Hank Davis[1]; 3. 08-Cannon McIntosh[3]; 4. 88-Tanner Thorson[4]; 5. 24-Rico Abreu[5]; 6. 17W-Shane Golobic[6]; 7. 19T-Emerson Axsom[7]; 8. 1S-Spencer Bayston[10]; 9. 89X-Mitchel Moles[8]; 10. 2J-Justin Grant[9]


B-Features: Top 7 advance to the A-Feature


B Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 89-Chris Windom[2]; 2. 84-Jade Avedisian[1]; 3. 71M-Brent Crews[3]; 4. 26R-Zeb Wise[4]; 5. 5T-Kevin Thomas Jr[8]; 6. 67-Ryan Timms[12]; 7. 29-Tim Buckwalter[5]; 8. 28-Ace McCarthy[9]; 9. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[20]; 10. 5-Chase Briscoe[7]; 11. 26-Chance Crum[11]; 12. 47-Zach Daum[16]; 13. 87W-Ryan Bernal[15]; 14. 25-Jacob Denney[18]; 15. 25K-Taylor Reimer[13]; 16. 55A-Jake Swanson[17]; 17. 21S-Karter Sarff[10]; 18. 19-Brian Carber[14]; 19. (DNF) 88J-Jonathan Beason[6]; 20. (DNF) 40S-Steven Snyder Jr[19]


B Feature 2 (20 Laps): 1. 40M-Chase McDermand[1]; 2. 32T-Trey Marcham[4]; 3. 7U-Kyle Jones[3]; 4. 7X-Thomas Meseraull[15]; 5. 71-Kaylee Bryson[8]; 6. 19A-Daison Pursley[20]; 7. 39T-Tim McCreadie[13]; 8. 21-Daryn Pittman[19]; 9. 51R-Ricky Thornton Jr[10]; 10. 98-Tanner Carrick[7]; 11. 47X-Jason McDougal[6]; 12. 86-Chase Johnson[12]; 13. 21J-Kameron Key[18]; 14. 71K-Dominic Gorden[16]; 15. 11B-Clinton Boyles[17]; 16. 21H-Brady Bacon[2]; 17. 87-Jace Park[11]; 18. 52-Blake Hahn[5]; 19. 67X-Kyle Spence[14]; 20. (DNF) 5G-Gavan Boschele[9]


C-Features: Top 5 advance to the corresponding B-Feature


C Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 47-Zach Daum[1]; 2. 55A-Jake Swanson[3]; 3. 25-Jacob Denney[2]; 4. 40S-Steven Snyder Jr[7]; 5. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[4]; 6. 3G-Kyle Cummins[19]; 7. 51B-Joe B Miller[5]; 8. 00-Anton Hernandez[18]; 9. 5LK-Jordan Kinser[6]; 10. 67K-Cade Lewis[17]; 11. 2D-Matt Sherrell[15]; 12. 00B-Braden Chiaramonte[14]; 13. 82-Landon Crawley[10]; 14. 54-Matt Westfall[8]; 15. 71E-Mariah Ede[16]; 16. 81-Tanner Holmes[12]; 17. 8-Alex Sewell[20]; 18. 14M-Michael Faccinto[9]; 19. (DNF) 4P-Kody Swanson[13]; 20. (DNF) 27B-Jake Bubak[11]


C Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 71K-Dominic Gorden[2]; 2. 11B-Clinton Boyles[1]; 3. 21J-Kameron Key[3]; 4. 21-Daryn Pittman[6]; 5. 19A-Daison Pursley[8]; 6. 19B-Alex Bright[16]; 7. 07W-Corey Day[18]; 8. 2X-Landon Brooks[15]; 9. 80S-Kaden Honeycutt[13]; 10. 1Z-Justin Zimmerman[11]; 11. 08G-Trey Gropp[5]; 12. 2H-Nick Hoffman[17]; 13. 2G-JJ Yeley[12]; 14. 03-Ayrton Gennetten[14]; 15. 77W-Joe Wirth[19]; 16. 50-Daniel Adler[4]; 17. 4C-Cody Jessop[7]; 18. 57-Daniel Whitley[10]; 19. (DNF) 11A-Andrew Felker[9]; 20. (DNS) 73B-Tyler Edwards


D-Features: Top 5 advance to the corresponding C-Feature


D Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 71E-Mariah Ede[1]; 2. 67K-Cade Lewis[3]; 3. 00-Anton Hernandez[5]; 4. 3G-Kyle Cummins[4]; 5. 8-Alex Sewell[7]; 6. 19Z-Hayden Reinbold[8]; 7. 41X-Howard Moore[2]; 8. 4B-Chelby Hinton[13]; 9. 95-Chris Andrews[9]; 10. 40-Max Adams[15]; 11. 47W-Dylan Westbrook[10]; 12. 31K-Danny Stratton[18]; 13. 4X-Michael Pickens[16]; 14. 71G-Damion Gardner[11]; 15. 45H-Briggs Danner[17]; 16. 97K-Tom Harris[12]; 17. 55X-Alex Bowman[20]; 18. 25M-Jake Andreotti[19]; 19. (DNF) 57A-Shane Cottle[14]; 20. (DNF) 5V-AJ Bender[6]


D Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 19B-Alex Bright[1]; 2. 2X-Landon Brooks[10]; 3. 07W-Corey Day[16]; 4. 2H-Nick Hoffman[4]; 5. 77W-Joe Wirth[7]; 6. 68W-Matt Mitchell[6]; 7. 51J-RJ Johnson[2]; 8. 0H-Cap Henry[9]; 9. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[18]; 10. 85-Jerry Coons Jr[17]; 11. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[8]; 12. 68-Ronnie Gardner[15]; 13. 97-Brenham Crouch[11]; 14. 3N-Jake Neuman[19]; 15. 23P-Preston Lattomus[3]; 16. 69P-Joey Paxson[14]; 17. 7MF-Chance Morton[12]; 18. 71W-Michael Kofoid[13]; 19. (DNF) 44X-Wesley Smith[20]; 20. (DNF) 45X-Roger Crockett[5]


E-Features: Top 5 advance to the corresponding D-Feature


E Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 4X-Michael Pickens[1]; 2. 45H-Briggs Danner[7]; 3. 31K-Danny Stratton[10]; 4. 25M-Jake Andreotti[3]; 5. 55X-Alex Bowman[5]; 6. 19K-Riley Kreisel[9]; 7. 31X-Jeff Champagne[14]; 8. 7G-Gavin Miller[12]; 9. 56-Mitchell Davis[17]; 10. 2W-Tony Bruce Jr[11]; 11. 32W-Casey Shuman[4]; 12. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[15]; 13. 22-Sean McClelland[2]; 14. 75-Mario Clouser[16]; 15. (DNF) 91X-Danny Wood[13]; 16. (DNF) 72X-Caden McCreary[18]; 17. (DNF) 7T-TJ Smith[6]; 18. (DNF) 15D-Andrew Deal[8]; 19. (DNS) 1I-Ashton Torgerson; 20. (DNS) 23K-Kyle Simon


E Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 07W-Corey Day[5]; 2. 85-Jerry Coons Jr[4]; 3. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[6]; 4. 3N-Jake Neuman[7]; 5. 44X-Wesley Smith[12]; 6. 17B-Austin Barnhill[1]; 7. 22X-Steven Shebester[15]; 8. 32-Gary Taylor[9]; 9. 18L-Logan Scherb[19]; 10. 16W-Garet Williamson[17]; 11. P1-Paul White[13]; 12. 3P-Darin Naida[8]; 13. 17L-Cody Trammell[11]; 14. 57W-Devon Borden[3]; 15. 11X-Donovan Peterson[20]; 16. 7M-Shane Cockrum[18]; 17. 4-Taylor Ferns[14]; 18. (DNF) 2ND-Jeb Sessums[16]; 19. (DNF) 17-Travis Berryhill[10]; 20. (DNF) 57R-Daniel Robinson[2]


F-Features: Top 5 advance to the corresponding E-Feature


F Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 31X-Jeff Champagne[3]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[5]; 3. 75-Mario Clouser[4]; 4. 56-Mitchell Davis[10]; 5. 72X-Caden McCreary[9]; 6. 1G-Justin Peck[20]; 7. 21K-Dale Curran[7]; 8. 8R-Randi Pankratz[1]; 9. 118-Scott Evans[16]; 10. 55D-Nick Drake[18]; 11. 21B-Trey Burke[11]; 12. 8X-Broc Elliott[8]; 13. (DNF) 37F-Adyn Schmidt[12]; 14. (DNF) 28Q-Sean Quinn[13]; 15. (DNF) 21E-Emilio Hoover[19]; 16. (DNF) 11K-Joey Klemish[14]; 17. (DNF) 1-Sammy Swindell[17]; 18. (DNF) 81G-Greyson Springer[2]; 19. (DNF) 80A-Chris Schmelzle[15]; 20. (DNF) 1K-Brayton Lynch[6]


F Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 2ND-Jeb Sessums[1]; 2. 16W-Garet Williamson[3]; 3. 7M-Shane Cockrum[2]; 4. 18L-Logan Scherb[6]; 5. 11X-Donovan Peterson[10]; 6. 2B-Tanner Berryhill[16]; 7. 25B-Steve Buckwalter[9]; 8. 20H-Noah Harris[12]; 9. 16C-David Camfield Jr[5]; 10. 22T-Don Droud Jr[19]; 11. 01C-Carson Sousa[8]; 12. 7S-Parker Price Miller[18]; 13. 06-Rylan Gray[14]; 14. 80D-Josh Hawkins[17]; 15. (DNF) 45S-Shon Deskins[4]; 16. (DNF) 715-Robert Bell[11]; 17. (DNF) 91K-Kevin Bayer[13]; 18. (DNF) 56X-Mark Chisholm[15]; 19. (DNF) 1M-Mason Smith[7]; 20. (DNS) 14J-Jody Rosenboom


G-Features: Top 5 advance to the corresponding F-Feature


G Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 118-Scott Evans[1]; 2. 1-Sammy Swindell[8]; 3. 55D-Nick Drake[13]; 4. 21E-Emilio Hoover[2]; 5. 1G-Justin Peck[10]; 6. 16-Santino Ferrucci[5]; 7. 22B-Troy Betts[9]; 8. 40U-Jace Sparks[6]; 9. 96-Cody Brewer[4]; 10. 25V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[14]; 11. 1A-Jacob Allen[7]; 12. 28K-Kory Schudy[12]; 13. 7-Frankie Guerrini[11]; 14. 08K-Karsyn Elledge[3]; 15. (DNS) 98B-Joe Boyles; 16. (DNS) 77X-Wayne Johnson


G Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 06-Rylan Gray[5]; 2. 80D-Josh Hawkins[7]; 3. 2B-Tanner Berryhill[11]; 4. 22T-Don Droud Jr[9]; 5. 7S-Parker Price Miller[15]; 6. 31H-Carson Hocevar[10]; 7. 9-Xavier Doney[14]; 8. 23-Patrick Ryan[1]; 9. 23S-Steve Irwin[6]; 10. 87F-Johnny Kent[2]; 11. 51X-Joe Walker[13]; 12. 5F-Danny Frye III[16]; 13. 22L-Lucas Scherb[4]; 14. 8D-Colby Deming[8]; 15. (DNF) 14X-KJ Snow[12]; 16. (DNF) 86C-David Camfield Sr[3]


H-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding G-Feature


H Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 22B-Troy Betts[1]; 2. 1G-Justin Peck[5]; 3. 7-Frankie Guerrini[9]; 4. 28K-Kory Schudy[3]; 5. 55D-Nick Drake[11]; 6. 25V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[15]; 7. 4A-Kyle Steffens[4]; 8. 37X-Blake Edwards[6]; 9. 8W-Troy Rutherford[7]; 10. 76-Michael Smith[8]; 11. 56M-Mike Veatch[12]; 12. 9B-Brian Schwabauer[13]; 13. 24T-Glenn James Bratti[2]; 14. (DNF) 9P-Kevin Cook[16]; 15. (DNF) 18N-Weston Gorham[14]; 16. (DNF) 7J-Shawn Jackson[10]


H Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 2B-Tanner Berryhill[5]; 2. 14X-KJ Snow[1]; 3. 51X-Joe Walker[4]; 4. 9-Xavier Doney[6]; 5. 7S-Parker Price Miller[8]; 6. 5F-Danny Frye III[3]; 7. 41W-Brad Wyatt[2]; 8. 36K-Kris Carroll[15]; 9. 3B-Zach Blurton[14]; 10. 6-Bill Rose[12]; 11. 14-Cody Hays[7]; 12. 21L-Austin Langenstein[13]; 13. 10X-Trevor Serbus[9]; 14. 7P-AJ Hopkins[10]; 15. (DNF) 11T-Tyler Baran[11]; 16. (DNS) 44-Colton Hardy


I-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding H-Feature


I Feature 1 (6 Laps): 1. 55D-Nick Drake[2]; 2. 56M-Mike Veatch[7]; 3. 9B-Brian Schwabauer[3]; 4. 18N-Weston Gorham[10]; 5. 25V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[14]; 6. 9P-Kevin Cook[5]; 7. 98C-Chad Boespflug[8]; 8. 91-Jeff Stasa[9]; 9. 55V-CJ Leary[11]; 10. (DNF) 6A-Kalib Henry[15]; 11. (DNF) 7B-Cody Beard[12]; 12. (DNF) 15F-Kinzer Edwards[4]; 13. (DNF) 3V-Jim Vanzant[6]; 14. (DNF) 4G-Drake Edwards[1]; 15. (DNF) 3W-Brandon Waelti[13]; 16. (DNS) 11G-Avery Goodman Race ended early after reaching the 10-minute time limit.


I Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 11T-Tyler Baran[5]; 2. 7P-AJ Hopkins[7]; 3. 21L-Austin Langenstein[6]; 4. 6-Bill Rose[8]; 5. 36K-Kris Carroll[16]; 6. 3B-Zach Blurton[11]; 7. 17H-Harli White[12]; 8. 17K-Garth Kasiner[9]; 9. 55C-Angelo Cornet[14]; 10. 00G-Braedon Enos[1]; 11. 71H-Austin Ervine[13]; 12. 31-David Budres[15]; 13. 12-Corbin Gurley[2]; 14. 71L-Charlie Louden[10]; 15. (DNF) 47K-Kevin Brewer[3]; 16. (DNF) 17C-Devin Camfield[4]


Kevin Studley J-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding I-Feature.


J Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 55V-CJ Leary[9]; 2. 18N-Weston Gorham[3]; 3. 3W-Brandon Waelti[5]; 4. 7B-Cody Beard[1]; 5. 6A-Kalib Henry[12]; 6. 25V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[13]; 7. 4R-Ryan Bickett[15]; 8. 53R-Sean Robbins[4]; 9. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[7]; 10. 51C-Logan Calderwood[16]; 11. 37T-Chet Gehrke[14]; 12. 02-Matt Rossi[2]; 13. 22G-John Murdie[6]; 14. 28M-Gray Leadbetter[11]; 15. M1-Colby Stubblefield[10]; 16. (DNF) 7K-Kolton Gariss[8]


J Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 3B-Zach Blurton[4]; 2. 17H-Harli White[2]; 3. 71H-Austin Ervine[1]; 4. 55C-Angelo Cornet[5]; 5. 31-David Budres[7]; 6. 36K-Kris Carroll[14]; 7. 116-Claud Estes III[13]; 8. 36C-Ian Creager[8]; 9. 6D-Isaac Chapple[11]; 10. 71T-Keith Rauch[12]; 11. 58-Dillon Welch[9]; 12. 15C-Carter Chevalier[15]; 13. 51Z-Zach Boden[10]; 14. 7C-Josh Bilicki[6]; 15. 17M-Jeremy Schnepper[3]; 16. (DNS) 57H-Steve Hix


K-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding J-Feature


K Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 28M-Gray Leadbetter[1]; 2. 6A-Kalib Henry[5]; 3. 25V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[10]; 4. 37T-Chet Gehrke[4]; 5. 4R-Ryan Bickett[9]; 6. 51C-Logan Calderwood[11]; 7. 11H-Jori Hughes[12]; 8. 77J-John Klabonde[15]; 9. 14U-Cole Schroeder[13]; 10. 20-Tadd Holliman[16]; 11. 19J-Jack Berger[7]; 12. 74-Drew Rader[14]; 13. B1-Aaron Sanders[8]; 14. 45K-Kyler Johnson[3]; 15. 36-Kevin Reed[2]; 16. (DNF) 251-Johnny Brown Jr[6]


K Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 6D-Isaac Chapple[1]; 2. 51Z-Zach Boden[4]; 3. 116-Claud Estes III[8]; 4. 71T-Keith Rauch[9]; 5. 15C-Carter Chevalier[14]; 6. 36K-Kris Carroll[11]; 7. 35L-Cody Ledger[7]; 8. 31B-Kyle Beilman[13]; 9. 60-Landon Britt[10]; 10. 68B-Jason Martin[5]; 11. 12X-Steven Snawder[3]; 12. 4K-Kayla Roell[12]; 13. 8M-Kade Morton[2]; 14. 34C-Cameron Willhite[15]; 15. 51-Curtis Jones[6]; 16. (DNS) 73T-Tony Gomes

L-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding K-Feature


L Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 51C-Logan Calderwood[3]; 2. 11H-Jori Hughes[1]; 3. 14U-Cole Schroeder[5]; 4. 74-Drew Rader[7]; 5. 77J-John Klabonde[10]; 6. 20-Tadd Holliman[13]; 7. 55K-Todd Kluever[2]; 8. 2MD-Conner Morrell[14]; 9. 8L-Colin Deming[6]; 10. 99K-Robert Carson[12]; 11. 80-Jarrod Jennings[4]; 12. 75X-Alex Vande Voort[11]; 13. (DNF) 0G-Glenn Styres[8]; 14. (DNF) 4M-Brody Fuson[9]; 15. (DNF) 45-Kyle Hammer[15]; 16. (DNS) 2E-Whit Gastineau


L Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 71T-Keith Rauch[4]; 2. 4K-Kayla Roell[11]; 3. 36K-Kris Carroll[14]; 4. 15C-Carter Chevalier[15]; 5. 31B-Kyle Beilman[13]; 6. 34C-Cameron Willhite[6]; 7. 19U-Pierce Urbanosky[2]; 8. 7F-Roy Entze II[8]; 9. 5K-Ben Worth[9]; 10. 14R-Brody Petrie[1]; 11. 45J-Jerry Brey[3]; 12. 68C-Ryder Laplante[16]; 13. 19N-Nathan Byrd[10]; 14. (DNF) 35-Tyler Robbins[5]; 15. (DNF) 14T-Dylan Bloomfield[12]; 16. (DNF) 10C-Dalton Camfield[7]


M-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding L-Feature


M Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 75X-Alex Vande Voort[1]; 2. 77J-John Klabonde[5]; 3. 20-Tadd Holliman[7]; 4. 99K-Robert Carson[10]; 5. 45-Kyle Hammer[9]; 6. 2MD-Conner Morrell[14]; 7. 21D-Justin Dickerson[11]; 8. 7Z-Ryan Powers[16]; 9. 15M-Shane Morgan[4]; 10. 50T-Keoni Texeira[13]; 11. 7JR-JD Black[15]; 12. (DNF) 22J-Taylor Kuehl[12]; 13. (DNF) 7E-Joseph Wray IV[6]; 14. (DNF) 1W-Bryon Walters[2]; 15. (DNF) 15G-Dennie Gieber[3]; 16. (DNF) 15K-Gage Rucker[8]


M Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 4K-Kayla Roell[3]; 2. 14T-Dylan Bloomfield[4]; 3. 31B-Kyle Beilman[1]; 4. 36K-Kris Carroll[11]; 5. 15C-Carter Chevalier[7]; 6. 68C-Ryder Laplante[13]; 7. 68S-Corby Scherb[9]; 8. 139-Todd Bertrand[12]; 9. (DNF) 7TX-Anthony Pope[6]; 10. (DNF) 21X-Justin Bates[2]; 11. (DNF) 80H-Joshua Hanna[14]; 12. (DNF) 6K-Jesse Denome[15]; 13. (DNF) 23T-Tristan Lee[10]; 14. (DNF) 5B-Bobby Brewer[5]; 15. (DNF) 7R-Casey Burkham[8]; 16. (DNS) 76X-Tom Savage


N-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding M-Feature


N Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 21D-Justin Dickerson[3]; 2. 22J-Taylor Kuehl[1]; 3. 50T-Keoni Texeira[2]; 4. 2MD-Conner Morrell[7]; 5. 7JR-JD Black[8]; 6. 7Z-Ryan Powers[13]; 7. 27J-Frank Beck III[10]; 8. 00H-John Heitzman[4]; 9. 33B-Mike Bitner[12]; 10. 37-Ashton Thompson[11]; 11. 19X-Dylan Archer[5]; 12. 22P-Marcus Kennedy[15]; 13. (DNF) 1T-Tyler Shoemaker[9]; 14. (DNF) 18K-Billy Rayburn[6]; 15. (DNS) 70-Cade Cowles


N Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 68S-Corby Scherb[1]; 2. 139-Todd Bertrand[3]; 3. 36K-Kris Carroll[7]; 4. 80H-Joshua Hanna[2]; 5. 68C-Ryder Laplante[10]; 6. 6K-Jesse Denome[5]; 7. 10M-Kort Morgan[12]; 8. 46-Adam Andretti[11]; 9. 5J-Josh Hodge[6]; 10. 8AJ-AJ Johnson[8]; 11. (DNF) 2Y-Dave Axton[4]; 12. (DNF) 8K-Jake Neal[9]; 13. (DNS) 14E-Tom Dunkel; 14. (DNS) 7D-Michelle Decker; 15. (DNS) 17X-Jadon Rogers; 16. (DNS) 98P-Ryan Padgett


O-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding N-Feature


O Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 1T-Tyler Shoemaker[1]; 2. 27J-Frank Beck III[2]; 3. 37-Ashton Thompson[6]; 4. 33B-Mike Bitner[4]; 5. 7Z-Ryan Powers[3]; 6. 70-Cade Cowles[12]; 7. 17D-Wyatt Rotz[5]; 8. 7L-Jarrad Warhurst[10]; 9. 83T-Herman Carrier[8]; 10. 0-Johnny Murdock[7]; 11. 42K-Kevin Battefeld[11]; 12. 5H-Casey Hicks[9]; 13. (DNS) 11N-Nick Baran; 14. (DNS) 11C-Mike Woodruff; 15. (DNS) 87C-Austin Garrett; 16. (DNS) 93-Kyle Bellm


O Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 8K-Jake Neal[4]; 2. 68C-Ryder Laplante[5]; 3. 98P-Ryan Padgett[2]; 4. 17X-Jadon Rogers[6]; 5. 46-Adam Andretti[1]; 6. 10M-Kort Morgan[7]; 7. 12H-Jared Hood[10]; 8. 3F-Tim Barber[3]; 9. 130-Larry Bratti[9]; 10. 42-Patrick Prescott[8]; 11. (DNF) 66-Harry Elzo[11]; 12. (DNF) 127-James Picardi[12]; 13. (DNS) 84J-Jesse Shapel


P-Features scratched. All remaining drivers advanced into O-Features


Chili Bowl PR

Cannon McIntosh earned a third-place finish to lead Toyota in Saturday night’s 37th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals. It’s the third top-five finish for McIntosh in the last four years.

McIntosh began the race in the third starting position, but quickly moved up to second and then started to close on race leader Logan Seavey. After getting a run on the high side, he would overtake Seavey for the lead on lap 21 of the 55-lap event.

He would continue to pace the race before a caution waved on lap 31 to bunch the field. On the restart, Seavey would get the advantage and retake the lead. McIntosh would continue to run in the top three throughout the remainder of the race, trading second with Tanner Thorson and made a number of runs at Seavey for the lead, but the changing track conditions made it more difficult to pass as the night went on. Seavey would eventually take the checkered flag with Thorson placing second and McIntosh finishing third.

In addition to McIntosh’s podium finish, three more Toyota-powered drivers captured top-10 showings on the night with Mitchell Moles placing seventh, Trey Marcham was eighth and Justin Grant finished tenth.

In addition, rookie Jade Avedisian captured the inaugural “Fuzzy Hahn Trophy” as the top finishing female with an 18th-place finish in Saturday night’s A Main. Fellow Toyota driver Kaylee Bryson placed 22nd, marking the first time two women advanced to the A Main in the same event.

Overall, 13 Toyota-powered drivers from seven different teams qualified for the 24-car A Main feature on Saturday in an event that featured 365 entries.

Toyota Chili Bowl Notes:

- Cannon McIntosh matched his best A Main finish of third, which he ran in 2020. The 20-year-old Bixby, Oklahoma native, also registered a fourth-place finish in 2021.

- For the week, Toyota drivers Cannon McIntosh and Rico Abreu captured preliminary night features with Spencer Bayston winning the Race of Champions on Monday night. 

- Jade Avedisian registered the best-ever qualifying night performance by a woman in finishing third on Tuesday night. The 16-year-old Clovis, Calif., native captured the first ‘Fuzzy Hahn Trophy’ as the top finishing female driver with an 18th-place finish – matching the previous best-ever A Main finish by a female driver set by Kaylee Bryson in 2022.


Cannon McIntosh, Dave Mac Dalby Motorsports GearWrench Toyota: “It’s frustrating to finish third after leading 10 laps there. Logan made some great adjustments. When I got to traffic, I felt like I was in a good rhythm. Then I started to feel my tires start to fade. I should have dialed the shocks out quicker and pounded the top out earlier. Late in the race I was able to start to get back to them. I tried to maximize everything I could. I think I just made a couple of mistakes in the middle of the race. The track was a bit weird, and we really couldn’t find a consistent place to go. I’m not sure I ever would have had a chance to get by them, though. I was stronger in the long runs and would start to get to them. I ended up tying my best finish of third. It’s frustrating, but it’s cool to come in here with a new team this year that we’ve built up. It’s a little more rewarding to do it in something you’ve helped build.”

Jade Avedisian, CB Industries Toyota: “Overall, it was pretty good. At one point, I was running eighth or ninth and was running really well. Then under a caution I had my right rear go down and it took about five laps to build the pressure back up. At that point, I was already caught in the back. Honestly, I don’t know what happened there. I can’t thank everyone at CBI enough for working their tails off, as well as every at Toyota Racing and all of our great sponsors. This wouldn’t be possible without them. It’s grateful to receive a trophy honoring someone like Fuzzy Hahn and I’m excited to receive it. We’ll try again next year.”


There’s no artist on the planet like Wiz Khalifa, and there’s no NASCAR event like the Busch Light Clash at the Coliseum. So it’s only fitting that they combine for a powerful performance unlike any other on Sunday, Feb. 5. 

NASCAR announced today that the multi-platinum selling, Grammy and Golden Globe nominated recording artist will perform during the race break of the 2023 Busch Light Clash. The performance will air live on FOX as part of NASCAR’s season-opening celebration inside the iconic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

“Wiz Khalifa is a gifted and talented performer with a worldwide following,” said Ben Kennedy, NASCAR’s senior vice president for racing development and strategy. “I know the fans will be on their feet during his performance at the Busch Light Clash as we celebrate the beginning of our 75th Anniversary season together.”    

Wiz Khalifa burst onto the scene with the release of his first major label debut album, ‘Rolling Papers’‎ in 2011. Since then Wiz has been nominated for two GRAMMY Awards and a Golden Globe Award, won “Best New Artist” at the BET Awards and “Top New Artist” at the Billboard Music Awards, and landed a No. 1 album on Billboard’s Top 200 chart. He has collaborated with The Weeknd, Travis Scott, Charlie Puth, Bruno Mars, Imagine Dragons, Juicy J, TM88, Girl Talk, Big K.R.I.T., and more. Wiz’s business ventures include; Packed Bowls by Wiz Khalifa, a ghost kitchen delivery-only restaurant, gin line McQueen and The Violet Fog, and he’s also an investor and ambassador in the Professional Fighters League. 

Last year, Wiz released his full-length solo album Multiverse to rave reviews, as well as Multiverse (Deluxe). He also toured North America on his The Vinyl Verse Tour co-headlining with LOGIC. This spring, fans will see Khalifa portray funk icon George Clinton in the major motion picture “Spinning Gold,” which is about the legendary Casablanca Records label, to be released in theaters on March 31, 2023.

But first comes the Busch Light Clash, where Khalifa will once again showcase the skills that made him an icon.

“The NASCAR cars will bring the noise, and I’ll bring the party,” Khalifa said. “We’re going to have a great time celebrating together at the Busch Light Clash at the Coliseum, and I can’t wait to see everybody there.”

NASCAR announced earlier that hip-hop legends Cypress Hill will provide a pre-race performance prior to the main event, and more entertainment announcements are planned in the coming days.

The 2023 season-opening exhibition will once again feature the stars of the NASCAR Cup Series competing on a temporary, quarter-mile asphalt track nestled inside the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. It’s one of the many anticipated events taking place this year as a part of the venue’s centennial anniversary celebration – “Coliseum Forever.” Joey Logano won the inaugural event en route to winning the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series championship.

Tickets for the 2023 Busch Light Clash at the Coliseum begin at $65, and kids 12-and-under are $10. Those are the same prices charged for this year’s inaugural showcase. Fans who want to take their race-day experience to the next level can upgrade to the Ally Pre-Race Party, which includes brunch, a drink ticket for Busch & Coca-Cola products, exclusive entertainment, a pre-race track walk and a special appearance from driver Alex Bowman.  Fans are encouraged to get their tickets now while supplies last by visiting

College students can experience the Busch Light Clash from The Coca-Cola Torch Party Porch for just $40. This standing-room-only general admission section, located on the Coliseum’s peristyle steps, provides college students with up-close access to all of the musical entertainment, driver introductions and racing action. College students can take advantage of this exclusive offer by visiting


The Northeast’s DIRTcar 358 Modified Series, DIRTcar Sportsman Series and DIRTcar Pro Stock Series are set to thrill fans throughout New York and beyond in 2023, including Super DIRT Week 51.

From April to October, the best drivers in the region will showcase their talents across 15 different tracks spanning from Ontario to North Carolina with New York and Vermont in between.

All three Series, along with the Super DIRTcar Series, will come together again for Racing’s Biggest Party at Oswego Speedway, Oct. 2-8, to celebrate the 51st Running of Super DIRT Week. Soon after, the DIRTcar Sportsman and DIRTcar Pro Stocks will get to shine on another big stage at The Dirt Track at Charlotte for the World Short Track Championship, Oct. 26-28 – a non-points event.

“Between the level of competition in the DIRTcar Northeast divisions and the exceptional tracks we go to, I’m excited for fans to see what we have in store for 2023,” DIRTcar Northeast Series Director Dean Reynolds said. “We had several thrilling events last year and the championship conclusions came down to the wire. I believe we’re poised to carry that momentum into 2023 for another great season.”

358 Modifieds
Every event on the 2023 calendar for the DIRTcar 358 Modifieds is one marquee race after another.

The Series will commence its 2023 tour at Can-Am Speedway, April 14, during the first night of the new two-day Thunder on the 1000 Islands. It’ll round out spring at Fulton Speedway during the High Bank Holdup Weekend, April 29, and run one race in the summer at Glen Ridge Motorsports Park for the Mohawk Valley Showdown, June 4.

In the fall, the Series will build toward its championship conclusion with stops at Can-Am Speedway again for the Showdown in September, Weedsport Speedway for the Cavalcade Weekend, Albany-Saratoga during the Malta Massive Weekend and then Super DIRT Week.

Before competing in the $20,000-to-win Salute to the Troops 150 at Oswego Speedway, Oct. 7, the 358 Modifieds will return to Brewerton Speedway for the popular Super DIRT Week satellite show – the Hurricane Harvey 75.

The Series will wrap up its season in Canada at Brockville Ontario Speedway for the $10,000-to-win Fall Nationals and crown a new champion.

2023 Schedule:
Friday, April 14 / Can-Am Speedway / $4,000 to win
Saturday, April 29 / Fulton Speedway / $4,000 to win
Sunday, June 4 / Glen Ridge Motorsports Park / $4,000 to win
Friday, Sept. 8 / Can-Am Speedway / $4,000 to win
Saturday, Sept. 9 / Weedsport Speedway / $5,000 to win
Friday, Sept. 22 / Albany-Saratoga Speedway / $4,000 to win
Wednesday, Oct. 4 / Brewerton Speedway / $4,000 to win
Saturday, Oct. 7 / Oswego Speedway / $20,000 to win
Saturday. Oct. 14 / Brockville Ontario Speedway / $10,000 to win

DIRTcar Sportsman
Spanning multiple regions across the Northeast, the DIRTcar Sportsman Series will again showcase rising stars and yearly veterans tackling the best tracks in New York, Ontario, Vermont and North Carolina.

Starting as early as April for the North and East Regions, the season will run through October before coming to a close at The Dirt Track at Charlotte during the World Short Track Championship – a non-points event.

The Championship Series will commence at Fulton Speedway, Aug. 15, during SummerFAST with the Super DIRTcar Series. Throughout the 11-race title fight, the Series will visit multiple big events like Ransomville Speedway’s Summer Nationals, Albany-Saratoga Speedway’ Malta Massive Weekend, Brewerton Speedway’s Hurricane Harvey 75 and Super DIRT Week for the Chevrolet Performance 75.

Like the DIRTcar 358 Modifieds, the championship chase will end at Brockville Ontario Speedway, Oct. 14, during the Fall Nationals.

More dates will be announced at a later time.

2023 Schedule:
Central Region
Friday, June 23 / Brewerton Speedway
Saturday, June 24 / Land of Legends Raceway
Wednesday, June 28 / Can-Am Speedway
Saturday, July 29 / Fulton Speedway

North Region
Saturday, April 39 / Airborne Speedway
Wednesday, June 28 / Can-Am Speedway
Saturday, July 29 / Brockville Ontario Speedway

West Region
Friday, May 19 / Ransomville Speedway
Saturday, June 24 / Land of Legends Raceway

East Region
Saturday, April 39 / Airborne Speedway
Saturday, May 13 / Bear Ridge Speedway
Sunday, June 18 / Glen Ridge Motorsports Park
Saturday, July 29 / Bear Ridge Speedway

Championship Series
Tuesday, Aug. 15 / Fulton Speedway / SummerFAST
Wednesday, Aug. 16 / Land of Legends Raceway / SummerFAST
Sunday, Aug. 20 / Glen Ridge Motorsports Park
Tuesday, Aug. 22 / Ransomville Speedway / Summer Nationals
Friday, Sept. 8 / Can-Am Speedway / John Burr Memorial-Showdown in September
Saturday, Sept. 9 / Weedsport Speedway / Sportsman Classic
Friday, Sept. 22 / Albany-Saratoga Speedway / Malta Massive Weekend
Friday-Saturday, Sept. 29-30 / Fulton Speedway / Outlaw Weekend
Wednesday, Oct. 4 / Brewerton Speedway / Hurricane Harvey 75
Sunday, Oct. 8 / Oswego Speedway / Super DIRT Week 51
Saturday, Oct. 14 / Brockville Ontario Speedway / Fall Nationals
Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 26-28 / The Dirt Track at Charlotte / World Short Track Championship

DIRTcar Pro Stocks
The DIRTcar Pro Stock Series will kick off its 2023 tour in April at Can-Am Speedway during the second night of the Thunder on the 1000 Islands with the Super DIRTcar Series. Then, the main portion of the season will run through fall, concluding at The Dirt Track at Charlotte during the World Short Track Championship – a non-points race.

When the tour picks up again in August, the Series will run with the Super DIRTcar Series at Brewerton Speedway during SummerFAST.

A doubleheader weekend will be on tap at the end of August with the Series visiting Lebanon Valley Speedway, Aug. 26, and then venturing to Glen Ridge Motorsports Park, Aug. 27.

The theme of running alongside the Big Blocks will continue two more times when the Series competes at Albany-Saratoga Speedway during the Malta Massive Weekend and at Super DIRT Week 51 for the DIRTcar Pro Stock 50 – where the 2023 champion will also be crowned.

2023 Schedule:
Saturday, April 15 / Can-Am Speedway / Thunder on the 1000 Islands
Monday, Aug. 14 / Brewerton Speedway / SummerFAST
Saturday, Aug. 26 / Lebanon Valley Speedway
Sunday, Aug. 27 / Glen Ridge Motorsports Park
Saturday, Sept. 23 / Albany-Saratoga Speedway / Malta Massive Weekend
Saturday, Oct. 7 / Oswego Speedway / Super DIRT Week 51
Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 26-28 / The Dirt Track at Charlotte / World Short Track Championship

Make sure to check DIRTVision’s schedule of broadcasts as several events will be broadcast live on the premier dirt racing streaming service – including every race during Super DIRT Week 51 and the World Short Track Championship.

DIRTcar Series PR

This could very well be the most exciting variety of racing events ever packed into one Thunder Series and it all opens on Sunday night, May 28 at the Grandview Speedway with the kickoff of the thirty-fourth season of the NAPA Auto Parts Thunder on the Hill Racing Series. 

Four totally unique racing events are planned and include the popular Modifieds, the USAC Non-Wing Sprints National Tour, the Pennsylvania Sprint Speed Week Series and the highly anticipated High Limit 410 Sprints racing for a top prize of $23,023 to win the 40 lap event.

The Thunder Series will open on Sunday night, May 28 with the second running of the “Balls to the Wall” 50 for Modifieds joined by the 602 Sportsman.   The “Balls to the Wall” 50 is a unique format for the Modifieds that proved to be very successful in 2022.   After a Series of qualifying events, a field of twenty-four modifieds will take the green in the 50 lap main event that will offer a few twists. 

On lap 20, the yellow will waive and offer $1,500 to the race leader plus an added payoff to all drivers in the top ten.   The field will immediately restart, then on lap 35, the yellow will fly again, offering $1,500 to the race leader and an added payoff to all running in the top ten.   The twist is, on lap 20 and on lap 35, the top four will invert.   The winner at the end of the 50 laps will earn $5,000 plus any bonus money.   It’s unique, wild and will certainly add strategy to this Modified event.   Also on the program will be the 602 Sportsman.   Gates open at 5 PM with race time set for 7:30 PM.

The next event is set for Tuesday night, June 13 with the always exciting AMSOIL USAC Non-Wing Sprints National Tour, titled the 40 lap Jesse Hockett Classic going a distance of 40 laps and paying $6,000 to win.   The top USAC drivers in country will take part in the opening night of the USAC Eastern Storm.   Also on the program will be the 358 Modifieds taking part in a series of qualifying events leading up to a 30 lap main event that will pay $3,000 to win.   Race time is 7:30 PM.

Race three of Thunder on the Hill of 2023 will be the Pennsylvania 410 Sprint Speed Week Series set on for Tuesday night, June 27.   This event, the Hodnett Cup will go 35 lap and pay $10,000 to the winner.   The Hodnett Cup is presented in memory of  sprint car great Greg Hodnett who lost his life in a racing mishap several years ago.   The 358 Modifieds will share the spotlight in this event again going 30 laps for $3,000 to win.   Gates open at 5 PM with race time set for 7:30 PM.  We welcome HVAC Partners for Success as the sponsor for this event.  HVAC Distributors is a full-service wholesale distributor and manufacturers representative of residential and light commercial heating and air-conditioning equipment and accessories.  We serve the residential new construction, residential replacement and light commercial segments of the HVAC industry in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, Northern Virginia and Western New York.    Visit HVAC at or give them a call at: 800.228.4822.

The Thunder Series finale is set for Tuesday night, July 25 when Levan Machine & Truck Equipment of Fleetwood, PA will present the High Limits Sprints.   The 410 Sprints will showcase this stand alone program and after a series of qualifying, the green flag will fall to start the 40 lap main event that will pay a hefty $23,023 to the winner.  This is the richest payoff in the thirty-four year history of the NAPA Auto Parts Thunder on the Hill Racing Series.    The High Limits Sprint Car Series is a mid-week racing series led by 2021 NASCAR Cup Series champion Kyle Larson and four-time World of Outlaws champion Brad Sweet.   The mission is to grow sprint car racing and inject more money into the sport.   The High Limit Sprint Car Series of 2023 will have stops at just twelve select tracks and Grandview/Thunder on the Hill is proud to be part of this new venture.

Plenty more details on all the Thunder Shows of 2023 will be released shortly.

At this time, we are happy to announce the return of NAPA Auto Parts as the Series Sponsor, joined by event sponsors Levan Machine & Truck Equipment and HVAC Distributors.   Associate sponsors include Pioneer Pole Buildings and GT Radiators.



Associate Sponsors Pioneer Pole Buildings, Levan Machine & Truck Equipment, GT Radiators


Sunday, May 28    7:30 PM

Modified Balls to the Wall 50 Plus 602 Sportsman

“A unique Invert Race for the Modifieds”


Tuesday, June 13   7:30 PM

USAC Non-Wing National Tour

The  Eastern Storm Jesse Hockett Classic  40 laps

Plus 358 Modifieds*


Tuesday, June 27  7:30 PM

HVAC Partners for Success Night

PA 410 Sprint Speed Week

The Hodnett Cup  $10,000 to win  35 laps

Plus 358 Modifieds*


Tuesday, July 25 7:30 PM

Levan Machine & Truck Equipment present:

High Limits 410 Sprints  40 laps

    $20,023 To Win


Grandview Speedway Contact Information   Track Phone:   610-754-7688

GPS USERS: 43 Passmore Road, Bechtelsville, PA 19505

Located less than a mile off Route 100, 10 miles north of Pottstown, PA

Grandview Speedway PR

After a somewhat eventful off season, Grandview Speedway is ready to get back to racing with an action-packed schedule of over 40 events for the 2023 season.

The 2023 racing season will be the 61st consecutive year of professional stock car racing at Grandview Speedway, and once again will be under the direction of the founding Rogers Family.

On track action will begin on Saturday, March 18 with the first of nine scheduled Outlaw Racing Series Enduro and Outlaw Racing Series Vintage Car double-headers starting at 1 pm.

The following Saturday, March 25 will be the annual Free-to-the-public open practice session, open to all divisions starting at 12 Noon. Grandstand admission is free to all spectators while the driver’s test their equipment for the new season.

The official 61st season opener will follow on Saturday, April 1 with the 6th annual Bruce Rogers Memorial Money Maker for Big Block/Small Block Modifieds. The race carries a rain date of April 8, and the Sportsman will also join the program starting at 6 pm.

Traditional fan favorite events are once again a big part of the schedule with the 53rd annual running of the following races, the Firecracker 40 for the Sportsman on July 8, Forrest Rogers Memorial for the Modifieds on August 12, and the end of the season Freedom 76 Modified Championship on September 16. Each of these races carries a rain date of the following week.

The weekly Saturday night racing programs will once again feature the 358 Modifieds and Sportsman running in two-division programs. T.P. Trailers and T. P Truck Equipment will once again be sponsoring both divisions in 2023 and provide bonus money to both winners every Saturday night throughout the season.

For the upcoming year, there will be several Saturday nights when a third division will join the program including some open-wheel entertainment with the USAC East Coast Sprints on May 13, MASS Sprints on July 15, URC Sprints on August 26, and the Wingless Super Sportsman on September 2.

The other Saturdays with a third class will see the Outlaw Racing Series Vintage Cars join in on April 22, May 27, July 22, and August 19.

The 34th season of the Rogers Family/Bob Miller promoted Thunder on the Hill Racing Series returns with four events in 2023, including two returning favorites in the Jesse Hockett Classic Eastern Storm featuring the USAC National Sprint Tour non-wing Sprints, and the always popular Hodnett Cup PA 410 Sprint car Speedweek series race that pays $10,000 to win. Both programs will see the 358 Modifieds join the show.

New for the 2023 Thunder on the Hill schedule, will be the new High Limit 410 Sprint Car Series making a visit on Tuesday, July 25. This new series was organized by and is promoted by 2021 NASCAR Cup Series Champion Kyle Larson and Four-Time World of Outlaws Sprint Series Champion Brad Sweet. This Sprint-only event will see the drivers racing for a huge $23,023 to win!

Back on the Thunder on the Hill schedule will be the second running of a unique event, with the Balls to the Wall 50 for the Modifieds on Memorial Day Weekend Sunday, May 28. The 602 Sportsman will join in on this holiday program.

Another new event will be at the end of the season and produced by Modified driver Dylan Swinehart, who has put together the All-Elite Racing Series for 358 Modifieds and 602 Sportsman on Friday, October 6 at 7 pm. Rain date is the following day.

Remaining dates for the Outlaw Racing Series Enduro and Outlaw Racing Series Vintage drivers are April 9, May 5, June 9, July 7, August 4, September 1, and 23, and October 14. These events will also see a third class rotated in on occasion throughout the year, including the Xcel 600 Modifieds and Slingshots.

Some off-track extras this season include Back to the 90’s Night on June 24 (stay tuned for some extra news on this one), a Kid’s Money Scramble on July 1, and the return of Hall of Fame Night on August 5, when some new members will be selected and honored. In addition, once a month there will be trivia nights on April 15, May 20, June 17, July 22, August 12, and September 9.

Speedway management is again offering the always popular season passes. The grandstand passes cover all Saturday night events, from the Bruce Rogers Memorial Money Maker through to the Freedom 38 Sportsman and Freedom 76 Modified championship races in September. The season pass does not include the Rogers Family/Bob Miller promoted Thunder on the Hill special events, or the Outlaw Racing Series Enduro/Vintage shows.

Season passes, priced at $400 per pass, can be ordered by sending a check or money order to Grandview Speedway, 87 Wilt Road, Bechtelsville, Pa. 19505. When ordering please be sure to indicate the name of the passholder. To speed up the delivery process, please send along a self-addressed stamped envelope.

Members of the media who wish to cover events at Grandview Speedway in 2023, are asked to visit the speedway website at click on the rules/forms tab, fill out the media application and return it to Tina Rogers no later than February 28, 2023.

Since the 1960’s, Grandview Speedway has been presenting exciting wheel to wheel NASCAR stock car racing every Saturday Night starting in April and running through September, plus special events. Grandview Speedway is located at 43 Passmore Road, Bechtelsville, Pa. 19505, just off Route 100, ten miles north of Pottstown, Pa.

Information is always available at or on Facebook, or by telephone at 610.754.7688.




Sat. March 18 – Outlaw Racing Series Enduro and Outlaw Racing Series Vintage – 1 pm (Rain date 3/19)

Sat. March 25 – FREE-to-the-Public Open Practice – All Divisions – 12 Noon

Sat. April 1 – 61st Anniversary Season Opener - BRUCE ROGERS MEMORIAL MONEY MAKER – Big Block/Small Block Modifieds, Sportsman – 6 pm   

Sat. April 8 – Modifieds, Sportsman – 6 pm (BRM Rain date)

Sun. April 9 – Outlaw Racing Series Enduro and Outlaw Racing Series Vintage – 1 pm.

Sat. April 15 – Modifieds, Sportsman, TRIVIA NIGHT– 6 pm

Sat. April 22 - Modifieds, Sportsman, Outlaw Racing Series Vintage – 6 pm

Sat. April 29 – Modifieds, Sportsman – 6 pm

Fri. May 5 – Outlaw Racing Series Enduro, Outlaw Racing Series Vintage, Xcel 600 Modifieds – 7 pm

Sat. May 6 – Modifieds, Sportsman – 7:30 pm

Sat. May 13 – Modifieds, Sportsman, USAC East Coast Sprints – 7:30 pm

Sat. May 20 – Modifieds, Sportsman, TRIVIA NIGHT – 7:30 pm

Sat. May 27 – Modifieds, Sportsman, Outlaw Racing Series Vintage – 7:30 pm

Sun. May 28 – THUNDER ON THE HILL RACING SERIES – Balls to the Wall 50 – Modifieds*, 602 Sportsman – 7:30 pm.

Sat. June 3 – Modifieds, Sportsman – 7:30 pm

Fri. June 9 – Outlaw Racing Series Enduro, Outlaw Racing Series Vintage, Xcel 600 Modifieds – 7 pm

Sat. June 10 – Modifieds, Sportsman – 7:30 pm

Tue. June 13 – THUNDER ON THE HILL RACING SERIES – JESSE HOCKETT CLASSIC EASTERN STORM USAC National Sprint Tour, 358 Modifieds* - 7:30 pm

Sat. June 17 – Modifieds, Sportsman, TRIVIA NIGHT – 7:30 pm

Sat. June 24 – BACK TO THE 90’S NIGHT – Modifieds, Sportsman – 7:30 pm.

Tue. June 27 – THUNDER ON THE HILL RACING SERIES – 33rd annual Pennsylvania 410 Sprint Car Speedweek Series – $10,000 to win 410 Sprint Hodnett Cup, 358 Modifieds* - 7:30 pm

Sat. July 1 – Modifieds, Sportsman, KIDS MONEY SCRAMBLE – 7:30 pm

Fri. July 7 – Outlaw Racing Series Enduro, Outlaw Racing Series Vintage, Slingshots – 7 pm

Sat. July 8 – Modifieds, 53rd annual FIRECRACKER 40 – Sportsman 40 laps – 7:30 pm

Sat. July 15 – Modifieds, MASS Sprints – 7:30 pm   NOTE: MAKE-UP DATE FOR SPORTSMAN

Sat. July 22 – Modifieds, Sportsman, Outlaw Racing Series Vintage, TRIVIA NIGHT – 7:30 pm

Tues. July 25 – THUNDER ON THE HILL RACING SERIES – High Limit Sprint Car Series - $23,023 to win 410 Sprints – 7:30 pm

Sat. July 29 – Modifieds, Sportsman – 7:30 pm

Fri. August 4 – Outlaw Racing Series Enduro, Outlaw Racing Series Vintage, Xcel 600 Modifieds – 7 pm

Sat. August 5 – HALL OF FAME NIGHT - Modifieds, Sportsman – 7:30 pm

Sat. August 12 – 53rd annual FORREST ROGERS MEMORIAL – Modifieds 50 laps, Sportsman, TRIVIA NIGHT – 7:30 pm

Sat. August 19 – Modifieds, Sportsman, Outlaw Racing Series Vintage – 7:30 pm – (FRM Rain date)

Sat. August 26 – Modifieds, Sportsman, URC Sprints – 7:30 pm

Fri. September 1 – Outlaw Racing Series Enduro, Outlaw Racing Series Vintage, Slingshots – 7 pm

Sat. September 2 – Modifieds, Sportsman, Wingless Super Sportsman – 7:30 pm

Sat. September 9 – CHAMPIONSHIP NIGHT – Modifieds, Sportsman, TRIVIA NIGHT – 7:30 pm.

Fri. September 15 – 10th annual FREEDOM 38 SPORTSMAN CHAMPIONSHIP – Sportsman 38 laps, Modified Practice for Freedom 76 – 7:30 pm

Sat. September 16 – 53rd annual FREEDOM 76 MODIFIED CLASSIC – Modifieds 76 laps – 7 pm

Sat. September 23 – Outlaw Racing Series Enduro, Outlaw Racing Series Vintage, Xcel 600 Modifieds – 7 pm (Freedom 76 Rain date)

Fri. October 6 – All Elite Racing Series – Modifieds, 602 Sportsman – 7 pm. (Rain date 10/7)

Sat. October 14 – Outlaw Racing Series Enduro, Outlaw Racing Series Vintage, Xcel 600 Modifieds – 5 pm.

TBA – Racer’s Fall Flea Market – 7 AM

The 2023 season will be the 61st consecutive year of professional stock car racing at Grandview Speedway, all under the direction of the Rogers Family.

The 2023 season will also be the 34th year of the Rogers Family/Bob Miller promoted Thunder on the Hill Racing Series of special events.

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Jon Garrett, the Athens, Texas resident, has formed Veer Motorsports to compete in the ARCA Menards Series full-time for the 2023 season. Garrett will pilot the No. 66 entry. 

"I am looking forward to seeing what will come in 2023," said Garrett. "I have a great opportunity to fulfill a lifelong dream with Veer Motorsports and Andy at Fast Track Racing. Driving the full schedule, with good equipment - the pressure will be on me to learn and perform to the potential of the equipment. I would also like to thank Ron Vandermier Sr and Ron Vandermier Jr for allowing me to represent and compete with the No. 66 number. We are looking forward to having a fun and successful season."

Joining ownership of Veer Motorsports is long time friend and business partner, Lane Moore, and son Logan Moore. Lane and Garrett have a long history in motorsports, spanning back to the early 2000's where they competed against each other on track in the American Truck Series. 

Moore commented, "I am really excited to see what the year brings. We have acquired some really good equipment and with the help of Andy Hillenberg, and we are anxious to have some good runs this year."

Partnering together with Andy Hillenburg and Fast Track Racing, Garrett will be piloting the No. 66 entry for all twenty ARCA Menards Series events on the schedule. Throughout the year, Veer Motorsports will have an alliance with the Fast Track Racing team, where Garrett got his first start in the series. 

"Fast Track Racing is ecstatic to partner with Jon and Veer Motorsports for the 2023 season. We are looking forward to having a full year to work together and grow, and see what new heights we can achieve! With Andy's guidance, we know the No. 66 car will be in good hands with this new partnership," said John Szulczewski, Marketing & Partnerships Director at Fast Track Racing. 

Additional information on personnel and sponsors are set to be announced in the coming weeks. 

The season opener for the ARCA Menards Series, the ARCA Menards 200 at Daytona International Speedway, is set for Saturday February 18th at 1:30 PM ET, which will air live on Fox Sports 1. 

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Getting the lead and never looking back, California’s Logan Seavey sailed the Swindell SpeedLab No. 39 into Victory Lane Friday night during Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Tulsa Qualifying Night at the 37th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire.


Asked what it means to win during the Chili Bowl, Seavey replied, “It’s even more special to do it with Kevin [Swindell]. He’s obviously one of the best to ever race here, so for him to come back ten years later since he’s won with his own car and have so much speed right away is something. For me, to put together a good night, it’s been a while, and it’s been over a year since I’ve won a Midget race, so to do it with him especially, it gets my confidence back where it needs to be.”


The fifth time Seavey has started in a preliminary night feature, the win is the second of his career and first as a car owner for Kevin Swindell, who won the event as a driver from 2010-2013. Logan's previous win was for Keith Kunz in 2019.


Taking the lead from the start, Seavey kept a quick pace over the race for second. Red on Lap 8, when Ethan Mitchell ended up hung in the fence after contact while battling with Justin Grant, the race resumed with Seavey doing much of the same.


Working into traffic just past the race’s mid-point, Logan was able to move top to bottom on the slower cars while Grant railed the cushion. Closing one lap and losing the other was the theme until Lap 23, when a series of cautions put the field to the gutter for the remainder of the race.


On Seavey coming to the white, Grant could not shake the No. 39, who took the win by 0.516-seconds. The NOS Energy Drink No. 2j protected for second, with Chase McDermand putting on an impressive run to third after starting 15th. Zeb Wise crossed fourth, followed by Jason McDougal.


After exchanging slides in the race for second early on, Ace McCarthy ended up sixth, followed Jace Park. Eighth was Brian Carber from 13th, followed by Clinton Boyles in ninth. The top ten rounded out with Bryant Wiedeman.


Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Tulsa Qualifying night included 76 drivers, bringing the total event count to 365, making it the second highest in the history of the event, after 2022, which had 281.


Down to the final night, Saturday is presented by General Tire and will begin at 9:00 A.M. with P-Main and O-Main Hot Laps. Racing will run throughout the day, with Opening Ceremonies slated for 6:30 P.M. (CT). Lineups have been posted to as well as the My Race Pass App.


Fans unable to attend the 37th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire will be able to watch every lap live on


For continued updates on the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, fans can follow along on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram with @CBNationals. All official press, updates, and results on the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire can be found online at




Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire

Tulsa Expo Raceway - Tulsa, Okla.

Friday, January, 13, 2023

Hard Rock Casino Hotel, Tulsa Qualifying Night


Car Count: 76

Event Count: 365


OERB Heat Races: Top 40 in passing points advance to Qualifiers.


OERB Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 37F-Adyn Schmidt[1]; 2. 02-Matt Rossi[3]; 3. 19-Brian Carber[6]; 4. 21K-Dale Curran[8]; 5. 14-Cody Hays[4]; 6. 12-Corbin Gurley[7]; 7. 0-Johnny Murdock[5]; 8. (DNF) 87C-Austin Garrett[2]; 9. (DNS) 130-Larry Bratti


OERB Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 3G-Kyle Cummins[1]; 2. 17B-Austin Barnhill[4]; 3. 95-Chris Andrews[6]; 4. 14J-Jody Rosenboom[8]; 5. 1M-Mason Smith[9]; 6. 31-David Budres[7]; 7. 68B-Jason Martin[5]; 8. 127-James Picardi[3]; 9. 1T-Tyler Shoemaker[2]


OERB Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 00B-Braden Chiaramonte[2]; 2. 87-Jace Park[5]; 3. 11B-Clinton Boyles[8]; 4. 45H-Briggs Danner[4]; 5. 11A-Andrew Felker[7]; 6. 22J-Taylor Kuehl[1]; 7. 5B-Bobby Brewer[6]; 8. 7Z-Ryan Powers[3]; 9. (DNS) 59-Richard Harvey


OERB Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 39-Logan Seavey[2]; 2. 23K-Kyle Simon[1]; 3. 11G-Avery Goodman[4]; 4. 31K-Danny Stratton[5]; 5. 80D-Josh Hawkins[6]; 6. 56M-Mike Veatch[7]; 7. 36-Kevin Reed[8]; 8. 4F-Chad Frewaldt[9]; 9. (DNF) 98P-Ryan Padgett[3]


OERB Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 26R-Zeb Wise[1]; 2. 14M-Michael Faccinto[6]; 3. 40M-Chase McDermand[3]; 4. 19B-Alex Bright[8]; 5. 5J-Josh Hodge[2]; 6. 74-Drew Rader[5]; 7. 11X-Donovan Peterson[7]; 8. 10C-Dalton Camfield[4]


OERB Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[2]; 2. 47X-Jason McDougal[5]; 3. 68W-Matt Mitchell[4]; 4. 7P-AJ Hopkins[3]; 5. 87F-Johnny Kent[7]; 6. 8M-Kade Morton[1]; 7. 21X-Justin Bates[6]; 8. (DNS) 00S-Jamie Speers


OERB Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[3]; 2. 97-Brenham Crouch[6]; 3. 41W-Brad Wyatt[1]; 4. 24T-Glenn James Bratti[5]; 5. 20-Tadd Holliman[2]; 6. 19J-Jack Berger[8]; 7. 1W-Bryon Walters[7]; 8. (DNF) 73H-Hunter Schuerenberg[4]


OERB Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 21-Daryn Pittman[1]; 2. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[2]; 3. 28-Ace McCarthy[6]; 4. 8W-Troy Rutherford[4]; 5. 44X-Wesley Smith[8]; 6. 77X-Wayne Johnson[3]; 7. 7D-Michelle Decker[5]; 8. 66-Harry Elzo[7]


OERB Heat 9 (8 Laps): 1. 2J-Justin Grant[1]; 2. 57A-Shane Cottle[3]; 3. 81G-Greyson Springer[6]; 4. 16-Santino Ferrucci[5]; 5. 55K-Todd Kluever[2]; 6. 17H-Harli White[4]; 7. 19U-Pierce Urbanosky[7]; 8. 73-Shawn Mahaffey[8]


Team Toyota Qualifiers: Top 16 in combined passing points advance to the A-Feature.


Toyota Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 28-Ace McCarthy[3]; 2. 26R-Zeb Wise[2]; 3. 87-Jace Park[5]; 4. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[4]; 5. 14M-Michael Faccinto[6]; 6. 14J-Jody Rosenboom[1]; 7. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[7]; 8. 87F-Johnny Kent[8]; 9. 24T-Glenn James Bratti[9]; 10. (DNS) 68W-Matt Mitchell


Toyota Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 19B-Alex Bright[1]; 2. 21-Daryn Pittman[2]; 3. 47X-Jason McDougal[5]; 4. 97-Brenham Crouch[6]; 5. 45H-Briggs Danner[10]; 6. 81G-Greyson Springer[3]; 7. 16-Santino Ferrucci[9]; 8. 1M-Mason Smith[7]; 9. 44X-Wesley Smith[8]; 10. (DNF) 17B-Austin Barnhill[4]


Toyota Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 2J-Justin Grant[2]; 2. 11B-Clinton Boyles[6]; 3. 19-Brian Carber[4]; 4. 40M-Chase McDermand[8]; 5. 00B-Braden Chiaramonte[5]; 6. 23K-Kyle Simon[7]; 7. 37F-Adyn Schmidt[3]; 8. 02-Matt Rossi[1]; 9. 41W-Brad Wyatt[9]; 10. 8W-Troy Rutherford[10]


Toyota Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 39-Logan Seavey[5]; 2. 3G-Kyle Cummins[3]; 3. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[6]; 4. 57A-Shane Cottle[1]; 5. 11A-Andrew Felker[9]; 6. 11G-Avery Goodman[7]; 7. 95-Chris Andrews[4]; 8. 21K-Dale Curran[2]; 9. 7P-AJ Hopkins[10]; 10. 31K-Danny Stratton[8]


D-Features: Top 2 advance to their corresponding C-Feature


D Feature 1 (8 Laps): 1. 10C-Dalton Camfield[4]; 2. 68B-Jason Martin[2]; 3. 1T-Tyler Shoemaker[5]; 4. 127-James Picardi[3]; 5. (DNF) 87C-Austin Garrett[6]; 6. (DNF) 4F-Chad Frewaldt[1]; 7. (DNS) 73-Shawn Mahaffey; 8. (DNS) 00S-Jamie Speers


D Feature 2 (8 Laps): 1. 73H-Hunter Schuerenberg[4]; 2. 7D-Michelle Decker[2]; 3. 98P-Ryan Padgett[6]; 4. 7Z-Ryan Powers[5]; 5. 66-Harry Elzo[3]; 6. 0-Johnny Murdock[1]; 7. 130-Larry Bratti[7]; 8. (DNS) 59-Richard Harvey


C-Features: Top 4 advance to their corresponding B-Feature


C Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 77X-Wayne Johnson[7]; 2. 80D-Josh Hawkins[1]; 3. 31-David Budres[3]; 4. 14-Cody Hays[2]; 5. 36-Kevin Reed[6]; 6. 68B-Jason Martin[12]; 7. 55K-Todd Kluever[5]; 8. 10C-Dalton Camfield[11]; 9. 1W-Bryon Walters[8]; 10. 5B-Bobby Brewer[10]; 11. 22J-Taylor Kuehl[9]; 12. 5J-Josh Hodge[4]


C Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 12-Corbin Gurley[2]; 2. 56M-Mike Veatch[3]; 3. 17H-Harli White[6]; 4. 11X-Donovan Peterson[7]; 5. 8M-Kade Morton[9]; 6. 19J-Jack Berger[1]; 7. 19U-Pierce Urbanosky[8]; 8. 74-Drew Rader[5]; 9. (DNF) 21X-Justin Bates[10]; 10. (DNF) 20-Tadd Holliman[4]; 11. (DNF) 7D-Michelle Decker[12]; 12. (DNF) 73H-Hunter Schuerenberg[11] B-Features: Top 4 advance to the A-Feature. B Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 11A-Andrew Felker[2]; 2. 00B-Braden Chiaramonte[1]; 3. 95-Chris Andrews[5]; 4. 17B-Austin Barnhill[9]; 5. 31K-Danny Stratton[12]; 6. 81G-Greyson Springer[3]; 7. 1M-Mason Smith[7]; 8. 37F-Adyn Schmidt[6]; 9. 77X-Wayne Johnson[13]; 10. 80D-Josh Hawkins[14]; 11. 24T-Glenn James Bratti[10]; 12. 14-Cody Hays[16]; 13. (DNF) 11G-Avery Goodman[4]; 14. (DNF) 7P-AJ Hopkins[11]; 15. (DNF) 02-Matt Rossi[8]; 16. (DNF) 31-David Budres[15] B Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 45H-Briggs Danner[1]; 2. 57A-Shane Cottle[2]; 3. 68W-Matt Mitchell[11]; 4. 23K-Kyle Simon[3]; 5. 44X-Wesley Smith[9]; 6. 14J-Jody Rosenboom[4]; 7. 21K-Dale Curran[7]; 8. 11X-Donovan Peterson[16]; 9. 87F-Johnny Kent[8]; 10. 16-Santino Ferrucci[5]; 11. 41W-Brad Wyatt[10]; 12. 8W-Troy Rutherford[12]; 13. 12-Corbin Gurley[13]; 14. 56M-Mike Veatch[14]; 15. 17H-Harli White[15]; 16. (DNF) 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[6]


A-Feature: Top 2 advance to Saturday's A-Feature.


Hard Rock Casino, Tulsa A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 39-Logan Seavey[1]; 2. 2J-Justin Grant[5]; 3. 40M-Chase McDermand[15]; 4. 26R-Zeb Wise[11]; 5. 47X-Jason McDougal[7]; 6. 28-Ace McCarthy[3]; 7. 87-Jace Park[6]; 8. 19-Brian Carber[13]; 9. 11B-Clinton Boyles[2]; 10. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[16]; 11. 21-Daryn Pittman[12]; 12. 14M-Michael Faccinto[14]; 13. 11A-Andrew Felker[17]; 14. 00B-Braden Chiaramonte[19]; 15. 19B-Alex Bright[9]; 16. 3G-Kyle Cummins[10]; 17. 68W-Matt Mitchell[22]; 18. 95-Chris Andrews[21]; 19. (DNF) 97-Brenham Crouch[8]; 20. (DNF) 57A-Shane Cottle[20]; 21. (DNF) 17B-Austin Barnhill[23]; 22. (DNF) 23K-Kyle Simon[24]; 23. (DNF) 19M-Ethan Mitchell[4]; 24. (DNF) 45H-Briggs Danner[18]


Lap Leader(s): Logan Seavey 1-30

Hard Charger: Chase McDermand +12


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