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Selinsgrove, Bedford on deck; Pennsylvania welcomes Arctic Cat All Stars for final visit of 2017

INDIANAPOLIS, IN (September 13, 2017) - One final trip to the Keystone State stands ahead for Tony Stewart's Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions. Comprised of two events at two different facilities, the final Central Pennsylvania invasion of the season will include visits to Selinsgrove Speedway and Bedford Fairgrounds Speedway on Saturday and Sunday, September 16-17. The traveling band of winged warriors will race for a total winner's share equaling $13,000 during the two-day trek, $8,000 of it during Selinsgrove Speedway's season ending Jim Nace Memorial/National Open on Saturday.

Including their first visit in 1970, the Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions have made 15 prior appearances at Selinsgrove Speedway, each resulting in a different main event winner. Danny Dietrich, a two-time winner with the Series this season, is the most recent to visit Selinsgrove Speedway victory lane during Arctic Cat All Star competition, earning high honors on April 24, 2016.

After a one-night showdown at Selinsgrove Speedway on Saturday, September 16, the Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions will move southwest and enter action at the Bedford Fairgrounds Speedway in Bedford on Sunday, September 17. Unlike Selinsgrove, Bedford's history involving the Arctic Cat All Stars is fairly short, only hosting the regional travelers on five occasions since their debut in 2001. One trend that Selinsgrove and Bedford do share is a diverse win list; there has yet to be a repeat Arctic Cat All Star winner at the Bedford half-mile.

Moving closer and closer toward a record-tying sixth Series championship, Alvada, Ohio's Chad Kemenah will lead the Arctic Cat All Star charge into Central Pennsylvania. The three-time winner in 2017, one of which at Bedford Fairgrounds Speedway during the Series' first visit in late April, holds a 350-point cushion over Kunkletown, Pennsylvania's Ryan Smith. Smith, who owns one Arctic Cat All Star victory during competition in 2017, will enter the two-race stand in hopes to furthering his Central Pennsylvania momentum streak. Most recently, the "Kunkletown Kid" finished second during the 50th Annual Tuscarora 50 at Port Royal Speedway.

New Castle, Indiana's Caleb Armstrong, "Mad Max" Stambaugh, and recent $10,000 winner at Wayne County (OH) Speedway, Caleb Helms, currently find themselves third through fifth in the Arctic Cat All Star championship standings. For Stambaugh, following the Arctic Cat All Star trail full-time is a first-ever experience, now leading the EMi Rookie of the Year standings aboard the Ray Marshall Motorsports entry.

Selinsgrove Speedway officials will open pit gates at 4:00pm on Saturday, September 16. A mandatory meeting for all Arctic Cat All Star competitors will be hosted at 5:45pm, followed by hot laps at 6:30pm, sharp. Those seeking extra news and notes can find Selinsgrove Speedway live on the Web at www.selinsgrovespeedway.com.

Bedford Fairgrounds Speedway officials will allow pit access beginning at 4:00pm on Sunday, September 17. The mandatory drivers meeting will take shape at 5:30pm, followed by hot laps at 6:00pm. More information can be found on the Web at www.bedfordspeedway.com.

Current Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions Driver Standings (September 13, 2017):
1. Chad Kemenah -5710
2. Ryan Smith - 5360
3. Caleb Armstrong - 5128
4. Max Stambaugh - 4818
5. Caleb Helms - 4726
6. Brandon Spithaler - 4461
7. T.J. Michael - 4399
8. Tyler Esh - 4373
9. Tim Shaffer - 4350
10. Brandon Matus - 4200

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Jackson Motorplex Awarding More Than $170,000 to Eligible 410 Sprint Car Teams

Inside Line Promotions - JACKSON, Minn. (Sept. 11, 2017) - Jackson Motorplex will dole out more than $170,000 to 13 sprint car teams that met the eligibility requirements in the 410 Outlaw Sprints Fueled by Casey's General Store division during the 2017 season.

Mark Dobmeier netted $10,000 for winning the track championship and he will be awarded a total of $26,800, which includes the points fund money, bonus money in the loyalty travel program and race winnings.

Brooke Tatnell, who earned $8,000 for finishing second in the championship standings, will receive a total of $22,100 for points fund money, bonus money via the loyalty travel program and race winnings.

Third-place finisher Tim Kaeding garnered $5,000 in points fund money as part of his $18,075 earned at Jackson Motorplex this season.

Matt Juhl ($14,650 total money for points fund, loyalty travel program and race winnings), Lynton Jeffrey ($13,225), Skylar Prochaska ($10,375), Kerry Madsen ($23,300) and Scott Winters ($10,150) each scored more than $10,000. Travis Whitney ($8,350), Matt Wasmund ($7,250), Tasker Phillips ($9,465), Kaley Gharst ($7,360) and Ian Madsen ($9,375) also garnered a nice amount.

The totals do not include the AGCO Jackson Nationals held in June.

Race teams needed to compete in at least 75 percent of the 410 Outlaw Sprints Fueled by Casey's General Store events to be eligible for the points fund and/or loyalty travel program.

Stay tuned for information about the 2018 points fund and loyalty travel program, which will be revealed during the offseason.

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Foos earns 2nd Fremont 410 win; Reed claims 7th track title

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017

By Brian Liskai

FREMONT, Ohio – DJ Foos sliced his way through lapped traffic like a surgeon to claim his second 410 sprint win of the season at Fremont Speedway Saturday, Sept. 9 on Kistler Racing Products Night. It was the second win of the season at “The Track That Action Built” for the Fremont, Ohio native.

Monclova, Ohio’s Byron Reed came into the season championship night third in points, but a good qualifying effort, a heat race win and a fourth place feature finish propelled him to his 7th Fremont Speedway track championship.

The Fremont Federal Credit Union 305 Sprint feature was worth the price of the ticket as Bobby Clark, Paul Weaver and Nate Dussel battled each other and lapped traffic the last five laps. A caution with three laps to go gave Clark a clear track and the Fremont, Ohio driver scored his first win of the season and the 35th of his career at Fremont Speedway. It comes after Clark took a nasty spill last weekend at WaynesfieldRacewayPark. Clark now sits 12th on the track’s all-time win list.

Lee Jacobs and Foos led the field to green for the 30 lap Fort Ball Pizza Palace 410 Sprint A-main with Jacobs gaining the advantage over Foos, Bryan Broughton, Travis Philo, Chris Andrews, Valenti and Reed. Foos took several looks to Jacob’s inside over the first hand full of laps with Philo driving into third on lap six. The leaders caught the back of the field on lap eight with Jacobs maintaining the lead over Foos, Philo, Andrews, Broughton, Reed, Broc Martin and Valenti.

Foos and Jacobs switched lines in turns three and four on lap 14 and Foos powered into the lead as they raced into very heavy lapped traffic. A caution at the half way point gave Jacobs a shot at regaining the lead but Foos was too strong on the restart. Andrews took third n lap 17 and started to close on Foos and Jacobs while Philo and Reed battled for fourth. With eight laps remaining Foos raced into very heavy lapped traffic and Jacobs and Andrews closed.

Jacobs took several looks to Foos’ inside while the leader was hung up behind a lapped car. Foos made some daring moves in traffic the last hand full of laps and drove to the win over Jacobs, Andres, Reed and Philo

Matt Foos and Jimmy McGrath paced the field for the 25 lap 305 sprint A-main with Foos jumping into the lead at the drop of the green. Following a caution after a lap was scored, Foos again maintained the lead as Tyler Street jumped into second over McGrath, Clark, Joe Armbruster and 12th starting Weaver. Clark moved into third on lap three with Weaver taking fourth a circuit later. Street spun while running second on lap seven.

Clark powered under Foos for the lead on lap nine as Weaver applied pressure for the runner-up spot finally taking it on lap 14. Weaver methodically cut into Clark’s lead and as they raced into heavy lapped traffic with seven laps to go, took several looks to Clark’s outside for the lead. Weaver made a big bobble on the cushion in turns three and four with four laps to go, as Dussel dove to his inside with Clark in both of their sights. But, a caution with three laps to go gave Clark a clear track and he was able to drive to the win over Weaver, Dussel, John Ivy and Jamie Miller.

410 Sprints A-Main (30 Laps): 1. DJ Foos; 2. Lee Jacobs; 3. Chris Andrews; 4. Byron Reed; 5. Travis Philo; 6. Shawn Valenti; 7. Broc Martin; 8. Stuart Brubaker; 9. Brian Lay; 10. Brian Smith; 11. Dan McCarron; 12. Ryan Broughton; 13. Jody Keegan; 14. Tyler Gunn; 15. Trevor Baker; 16. Tracy Hines; 17. Brad Lamberson; 18. Josh Davis; 19. Jess Stiger; 20. Bobby Distel.

305 Sprints A-Main (20 Laps): 1. Bobby CLark; 2. Paul Weaver; 3. Nate Dussel; 4. John Ivy; 5. Jamie Miller; 6. Matt Foos; 7. Alvin Roepke; 8. Jimmy Mcgrath; 9. Dustin Stroup; 10. Steve Rando; 11. Joe Armbruster; 12. Matt Lucius; 13. Kyle Capodice; 14. Luke Griffith; 15. Seth Schneider; 16. Tyler Street; 17. Jason Keckler; 18. Brandon Moore; 19. Kelsey Ivy; 20. Chase Dunham.

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Sept. 10
1. Chad Kemenah 5710
2. Ryan Smith 5360
3. Caleb Armstrong 5128
4. Max Stambaugh 4818
5. Caleb Helms 4726
6. Brandon Spithaler 4461
7. T.J. Michael 4399
8. Tyler Esh 4373
9. Tim Shaffer 4350
10. Brandon Matus 4200
 
2017 Speedweek
June 16 Attica-PPD
June 17 Shaffer
June 19 Larson
June 20 Larson
June 21 Shaffer
June 22 Bayston
June 23 Rain
June 24 Duncan
 
2017 OSW Points
FINAL
1. Tim Shaffer 930
2. Cole Duncan 916
3. Chad Kemenah 916
4. Carson Macedo 888
5. Ryan Smith 852
6. Caleb Armstrong 812
7. Lee Jacobs 806
8. Max Stambaugh 780
9. Andrew Palker 774
10. Caleb Helms 772
 
410s
July 22
1. Ian Madsen 3639
2. Brian Brown  3283
3. Austin MCCarl 3100
4. Brooke Tatnell 3061
5. Terry McCarl 2879
6. Lynton Jeffrey 2771
7. Matt Juhl 2589
8. Davey Heskin 2521
9. J. Schneiderman 2495
10. Tasker Phillips 2401
 
July 17
1.  Gio Scelzi 692
2.  Bud Kaeding 687
3.  Cory Eliason 681
4.  DJ Netto 668
5.  Kyle Hirst 615
6.  Michael Kofoid 598
7.  Bobby McMahan 573
8.  Sean Watts 557
9.  Jarrett Soares 555
10. Nathan Rolfe 519
 
MOWA Sprint Cars
1. Brad Loyet 719
2. A.J. Bruns 667
3. Jimmy Moughan 661
4. Logan Faucon 554
5. Jacob Patton 548
6. Cory Bruns 518
7. Paul Nienhiser 448
8. Jeremy Standridge 438
9. Chris Urish 437
10. Mike Terry 434
 
 
 


 
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