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December 6, 2010 - Anderson & Havlik Motorsports On Top At Salem

December 6th.   After finding success in karting and 600s, Tyler Anderson picked up a win in another realm of dirt racing as he took Mike Havlik’s Ford Focus powered midget to a victory over a field of open midget motors at Salem Indoor Raceway on Saturday. Anderson pulled off the coveted clean sweep as he found the perfect combination on the XXX midget to get it around the track.

 

December 6th, 2010 - Holmwood Wins For First Time In XXX 600

December 6th.   Derek Holmwood enjoyed victory lane for the first time in a 600 on Saturday night, as he took his XXX 600 to winner’s circle at Salem Indoor Raceway in Oregon. Holmwood, a former Deming Speedway track champion in the 1200 division, has four XXX cars built as he tunes up for this year’s Tulsa Shootout which is coming up over New Year’s weekend.

 

November 20th, 2010 - Bacon Is Western World Champion

November 20th.   When Brady Bacon broke an engine in Thursday night’s winged qualifying action and the Tel-Star crew had to pull the engine from the wingless car to put in the winged car, the chances of defending his wingless Western World title seemed slim with no spare engine at his disposal. But, Joe Zierolf stepped up and offered a  powerplant that ultimately led the  Broken Arrow, OK, shoe to USA Raceway victory lane once again.
After finishing sixth in Friday night’s preliminary main event to earn a sixth row starting berth for Saturday’s $5,000-to-win wingless finale, Bacon charged to the front and took the lead away from Levi Jones on the 18th lap en route to another Arizona win.
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November 20th, 2010 - Brad Keller Picks Up His First 410 Sprintcar Feature

November 20th.   They say ‘there is a first time for everything,’ well this could not could not be any closer to the truth for Brad Keller, as he notched up career maiden victories at Adelaide’s Speedway City in the third round of the Revolution Racegear Sprintcar Track Championship Series. After several false starts Cobby got the jump and powered to a commanding race lead. Keller passed Cobby in lapped traffic, and while trying to chase down Keller, Cobby’s steering box broke while at top speed, sending the car thumping into the pit gate and into a series of violent rolls.  From there on Keller held the lead to claim the victory but also the lead in the track series after finishing the prior two events with creditable placings towards the pointy end of the field.
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November 15th, 2010 - Dreams Do Come True ... McCorkindale Beats Star Studded Field At Parramatta

November 15th.   Some things rolled his way on Saturday night; Queensland’s Cameron Gessner and Ian Loudoun came together in unfortunate circumstance while running first and second.  But that was just two of the big names. McCorkindale had the likes of American Jason Sides, Robbie Farr, Max and Mitchell Dumesny, Garry Brazier... and it goes on and on, also in the A-Main field.
Reality is: only Robbie Farr even had the pace to threaten McCorkindale in the final ten laps. For the remainder – the kid from Young, in NSW’s south-west region, had them all covered.  Jon McCorkindale contemplated not even racing at the BBX Sprintcar Spring Nationals, but at the completion of thirty-five laps, amongst the toughest competition in Australia, has walked away $10,000 richer
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November 10th and 11th, 2010 - Hamilton Wins Back 2 Back @ Salem

November 10th and 11th.   With the weather turning ugly in the Pacific NW, Greg Hamilton took full advantage of the indoor racing going on at Salem Indoor Raceway in Oregon, as he’s won the past two 600 restricted main events in his XXX chassis. The wins are the first for Greg in the 600 ranks.

 

November 8th, 2010 - Sean McClelland: ASCS Sooner Region Champ

November 8th.   On a cold night in Oklahoma, Sean McClelland won his second career ASCS Sooner Region title after taking his 4th race win of the year in his XXX chassis. Following a tough weekend at the Short Track Nationals, McClelland broke in a new racecar the right way by placing it in victory lane at Thunderbird Speedway in Muskogee, OK. McClelland fought tooth and nail with Zach Chappell before taking over the lead for good on the 20th lap.
Congrats to Sean on his championship.

 

October 31st, 2010 - Halloween Marks 1st Career Win for Ryan Cully / Havlik Motorsports

October 31st.   Congratulations go out to Ryan Cully and Havlik Motorsports, who enjoyed their first race wins over Halloween weekend. Running at Salem Indoor Raceway in Oregon, Cully took the main event win in the Open Midget division, leading every lap of the main in Mike Havlik’s Ford Focus powered XXX Midget.

 

October 16th, 2010 - Enright Wins Southern Thunder Sprints Finale: Adams Champion in XXX

October 16th.   Russel Enright made the last race of the year for the Southern Thunder Sprints count, as he won the finale of a two night event at Ark La Tex Speedway to take his first feature win of the year. Enright ended up finishing 5th in the point standings, with Team XXX driver Koty Adams securing the series championship.

 

October 9th, 2010 - Thomas Continues XXX Eco Tech Domination

October 9th.   Triple X Race Co continues to dominate the ASCS 2 Eco Tech Midget series, as Team XXX driver Tyler Thomas won his 4th feature of the year in his XXX midget Saturday night at Cowtown Speedway in Texas. XXX chassis dominated the first year of the ASCS 2 Midget division, winning all five feature events run under the ASCS 2 sanction. Points standings for the ASCS 2 Midget Division are not up to date, but Team XXX expects to congratulate Thomas on being the inaugural series champion as well.

 

Michael Wins 7th URC Championship after switching to XXX

In his quest for a 7th URC title, Curt Michael was looking for a little more from his chassis program. After a late August switch to XXX, Michael found the extra speed he needed, capping his season with a come from behind victory in the season points championship this past weekend. Michael, who has consistently passed more cars than any other URC competitor since the switch, finished fourth place this past weekend to regain the points lead and take the title, his seventh overall. Congratulations Curt!

 

October 2nd, 2010 - Shouse & “Supe” go 1-2 at Lawton

October 2nd.   Sooner country has been Team XXX country this race season, with two native Oklahomans asserting themselves this past weekend. On Saturday night, Andy Shouse piloted the Bishop Racing #27 XXX to victory lane in the ASCS Sooner main event at Lawton Speedway. Shouse took the lead over on lap 22 on his way to his second ASCS win of the year. He was followed to the line by the current ASCS Sooner points leader Sean “Supe” McClelland, who further cemented his stranglehold on the Sooner Region point standings.

 

September 25th, 2010 - Brookens is 2010 Kevin Gobrecht Memorial Champion

September 25th.   One of the premier events in Pennsylvania 600 racing is the Kevin Gobrecht Memorial held at Trail-Way Speedway, and the 2010 edition went to Team XXX driver Jimmy Brookens. Brookens led from lap nine all the way to the checkered flag on lap 50 to take his eighth feature win of the season. This one was arguable the biggest for the Shippensburg native, as he exclaimed in victory lane “This is the one that I wanted!”

 

September 25th, 2010 - Grubaugh Wins 2010 ASCS SOD Championship

September 25th.   By virtue of a third place finish in the 3w XXX chassis, Roush-Yates Ford powered 360 on the newly revamped 3/8-mile oval at I-96 Speedway, Ryan Grubaugh won the tight points race to become the 2010 ASCS SOD point championship.  Congratulations to Ryan, car owner Jim Wohlfeil, and the entire 3w team.
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September 25th, 2010 - Clark Wins Finale at Creek County

September 25th.   Team XXX has been on fire this year at Jackie Green’s Creek County Speedway in Oklahoma. Kyle Clark is the latest and final Team XXX driver to score a feature win in his XXX chassis this year, as the Sand Springs native grabbed the lead on a lap seven restart en route to his first Sprint Car triumph.

 

September 24th and 25th, 2010 - Miller Sweeps Non Wing Nationals

September 24th and 25th.   For the second straight year, Kyle Miller proved his mettle with the best wingless racers in the Northwest as he won the Non Wing Nationals at Cottage Grove Speedway, leading all 50 laps of the Saturday night feature. Kyle was absolutely dominant all weekend, winning the semi feature on Friday night as well. Miller lapped all the way up to sixth place in Saturday night’s finale.

 

September 24th and 25th, 2010 - Jenkins Sweeps at I-30

September 24th and 25th.   Blake Jenkins was the top dog Friday and Saturday night at I-30 Speedway in the restricted 600 division. Running as a companion to the 600 Nationals, Jenkins won every race he entered in the restricted class, as he won his heat and main on Friday night, and the dash and main on Saturday night as well in his XXX chassis.

 

September 25th, 2010 - Alessi Rolls at Rolling Wheels

September 25th.   Chuck Alessi led the CRSA Sprint Cars to a victory at the Rolling Wheels Raceway in Elbridge, NY. Piloting around the huge 5/8 mile track, Alessi swapped the lead multiple times over the 20 lap main before narrowly taking the win.

 

September 25th, 2010 - JR  Thomas Wins Feature and Deming 600 Championship

September 25th.   The tightest points battle of the year came down to the final night in the 600 division. JR Thomas held a 10 point advantage heading into the finale with Kyle Johnson right on his heels. Johnson grabbed the early advantage,  but JR got  by him on lap 9 and led the rest of the way to win his second feature of the year and the points title.

 

September 25th, 2010 - Fell Wins 8th Feature.  Dominates 2010 and Wins Championship

September 25th.   Aaron Fell won his eighth feature of the year in the 1200 division to secure his second points title in the past six seasons. Congrats to Aaron who (obviously) successfully R&D'ed in XXX 1200 in its first full season of racing.

 

September 24th, 2010 - A Place He Knows Well: Jac Haudenschild Back in Victory Lane at Eldora Speedway

September 24th.   For over 30 years Jac Haudenschild has been thrilling fans at Eldora Speedway in his home state of Ohio with amazing slide jobs, his patented rim riding driving style on the cushion and some exhilarating wins. He added another chapter to his legacy at the famed track on Friday night using a textbook slide job in turns one and two on the 23rd lap to take the lead from Sammy Swindell en route to the R19s' sixth win this season with the World of Outlaws. 

 

September 18th, 2010 - Forsberg Wins at Reopened MRP

September 18th.  Marysville Raceway Park was back in action for the first time in close to two months, and when the dust settled, Andy Forsberg stood in victory lane next to his XXX Chassis. Forsberg would start from inside row one and challenge Willie Croft for the point until passing him around the lap ten mark. The feature went green to checkered for the 20 lap duration with Forsberg coming out on top for the second time in three weeks in the Forsberg Motorsports #92 XXX.

 

September 18th, 2010 - Munn Wins Feature and Skagit Speedway 360 Championship

September 18th.  Prior to Saturday night, Alan Munn held the title as most tenured driver at Skagit Speedway, as he has raced on a weekly basis at the track with little interruption for over 30 years. After Saturday night, Alan holds a new title: Champion. The seasoned veteran led all 20 laps of the Budweiser 360 division main event to secure his first season championship at Skagit Speedway over his long career in his Munn Construction #42 XXX.

 

September 18th, 2010 - Rude Wins Feature and Skagit Speedway Sportsman Championship

September 18th.  Bill Rude put everything together in 2010, riding three main event wins to a season championship in the Skagit Speedway Sportsman Sprint division. Rude took over the main event lead on lap 10 after race leader Steve Parker caught some air coming off of turn 4, taking him out of the contest. Rude would lead the final five laps for his third win the Dri Eaz #33 XXX, securing his championship.

 

September 17th, 2010 - Jac Haudenschild Wins 5th WoO Feature for R19 Team at Clay County Fair Speedway

September 17th.   Jac Haudenschild has won at numerous tracks from coast-to-coast in his career, though one he had not won at was Clay County Fair Speedway in Spencer, Iowa. He changed that on Friday night as he bested fellow Hall of Famer Steve Kinser to score his fourth win of the 2010 campaign and his first at Clay County in the Arnold Motor Supply Shootout.

For Haudenschild, who started his XXX fifth in the 30-lap event, the $10,000 triumph was the 55th of his career with the World of Outlaws, as he remains 10th on the series all-time win list.

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September 10th, 2010 - Montieth Wins The 43rd Annual Tuscarora 50 At Port Royal

September 11th.  Brian Montieth backed up a strong 3rd place last night in the Pre-Lim night, with a win at the 43rd Annual Tuscarora 50 At Port Royal Speedway.

 

September 11th, 2010 - McClelland Snares Sooner Win at Mid-America

September 11th.  Tulsa’s Sean McClelland moved one step closer to a second ASCS Sooner Region championship by racing to victory lane in Saturday night’s 25-lap feature event at Mid-America Speedway.  McClelland battled past Kyle Bellm on a lap three restart and then beat Nick Smith in a high-speed chase through heavy traffic on the 3/10-mile clay oval, lapping all the way up to fourth for his second series win of the year aboard the Myers-powered Maxwell Oil No. 1 Triple-X.
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September 11th, 2010 - Hespe Wins Back-2-Back Focus Midget Championships

September 11th.  in only his third year racing Midgets, Seth Hespe wrapped up his second straight Grays Harbor Focus midget championship.  Finishing second in the final race of the season, Seth took home the championship.  Congrats Seth, Brian and the team on another great season from all of us at XXX.

 

September 11th, 2010 - Burt Cracks Win Column @ Antioc

September 11th.  Jeremy Burt burst into the XXX win column with a victory on Saturday night at Antioch Speedway in California. Burt’s win furthers his run at the Antioch Speedway points championship, as he was running in the top five in points as of Antioch’s last published standings.

 

September 11th, 2010 - Shelton Secures Season Championship at Cottage Grove

September 11th.  Congratulations go out to Team XXX driver Heath Shelton on his limited sprint championship at Cottage Grove Speedway in Oregon. Shelton combined a race win with a handful of top five finishes to secure the championship in his #75 XXX chassis.

 

September 11th, 2010 - Jay Cole Back  In Victory Lane

September 11th.  After a tough season of close finishes, Jay Cole waited until championship night at Grays Harbor Speedway in Elma, WA to pick up his first win of 2010.  Jay closed out the year 3rd in points.

 

September 10th, 2010 - Brookens Wins #7 and Points Title

September 10th.  Jimmy Brookens enjoyed two wins over the weekend, scoring a Friday night victory at Path Valley Speedway in Pennsylvania, then capturing the track championship Saturday night at Trail Way Speedway. Piloting his XXX mini sprint, Brookens took the lead from fellow Team XXX driver Lance Newlin on lap 2 and led all the way to the final flag on lap 20 to pick up his seventh win of the year. The win tied him atop the Path Valley points chase. On Saturday night, Brookens raced his way to a second place finish at Trail Way Speedway, securing the 2010 points championship. Jimmy was the model of consistency at the Hanover track, finishing in the top ten in 16 of his 17 races there.

 

September 5th, 2010 - Michael’s 3rd Race in XXX Chassis Results in URC Win

September 5th.  Former URC Champion Curt Michael is looking to collect another URC title this season, and turned to XXX chassis to help him get there. In his third night in a XXX, Michael took a big step toward securing another points title, picking up a win against the ultra tough URC series at Georgetown Speedway in Delaware, taking over the season points lead in the process. After starting 10th, Michael was up to third by lap five and had the lead by lap nine. The win on Sunday night capped a stout weekend for Michael, who went from 12th to 3rd the previous night at Delaware Int. Speedway.

 

September 5th, 2010 - Montieth Nails Down 2010 Lincoln Track Title With 4th Win

September 4th.  Brian Montieth left no doubt who the best was at Lincoln Speedway in 2010 by coming from his 12th starting spot to chase down polesitter and race-long leader Derek Sell, pass him for the lead on a 11th-lap restart, and then pull away from the field to pick up his fourth win of the year in the 25-lap 410 Sprint feature.
"I can’t complain about this thing," said Montieth in victory lane, "Scott (Zellers), Todd, and Craig work on this thing every week and Jerry (Parrish) gives them everything whatever they need to keep this thing up front. There are so many people to thank; XXX (chassis) ...

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September 5th, 2010 - Shouse Wins Sunday Night at Speedarama

September 5th.  Andy Shouse took the Bishop Racing #27 XXX chassis to a win Sunday night at the aptly titled Speedarama Raceway in Lufkin TX. Shouse picked up the lead at the halfway point of the feature, then held off the field for his first ASCS regional triumph of 2010.

 

September 5th, 2010 - J Kinder Wins Lake Ozark 305 Nationals

September 5th.  Over Labor Day weekend, J Kinder served notice to all 305 competitors in the Midwest that he’ll be a force to reckon with anytime he unloads at a track. After moving from 14th to finish second on his preliminary night, Kinder won the Lake Ozark 305 Nationals on Sunday night in his XXX chassis. J purchased his car from Iowa’s authorized XXX dealer, Kustom Sprint Car.

 

September 4th, 2010 - DeCaires & Bullet Racing Top Season Finale @ Placerville

September 4th.  Greg DeCaires made a cameo appearance in the Bullet Racing #35 XXX chassis on Saturday night at Placerville Speedway in CA pay off with a win in the 360 Sprint division. Filling in for Shane Golobic, DeCaires led from the outset and paced the field with no issues over the 25 lap feature.

 

September 4th, 2010 - Dutton Wins Second Straight at Creek County

September 4th.  Make it two straight wins for David Dutton at Creek County Speedway in Oklahoma. On Saturday, Dutton took over the lead on lap three and raced away for the victory.

 

September 3rd, 2010 - Haudenschild Hauls One in at Skagit Speedway

September 3rd.  Friday night belonged to The Wild Child at Skagit Speedway. Aboard the Owens Corning Fiberglass #R19 XXX, Jac Haudenschild won his third World of Outlaws A Feature of the year in front of a rowdy crowd in the 30 lap Main Event. The Wooster, OH native led from the outset, setting the pace over the first nine laps of the feature before Kerry Madsen lost a rear end on the front straightaway. On the restart, San Jose, CA native Tim Kaeding took the lead, blasting by Haudenschild on the high side of turn two to take the point in the DTR Transport #83 KPC. Haudenschild was undeterred, keeping Kaeding close before making his move as the two entered traffic. Haudenschild reassumed the lead on lap 17, with the two drivers trading moves in and amongst traffic before Jac secured the point for keeps on the 19th circuit. After enduring a lap 25 restart, it was all Haudenschild, as the driver of the Carnahan Motorsports #R19 picked up his first Skagit Speedway victory and forth win for the R19 team this year with the World of Outlaws.

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September 3rd, 2010 - And The Award For Strangest Use of a XXX Chassis Goes To ...

September 3rd.  The run what you brung wingless 360 show at Petaluma Speedway has brought out some strange looks over the years, but Mr Excitement, Andy Forsberg, took things to a whole new level. Under the guise of “It’s a side panel”, Forsberg smoked the field for the win in his XXX chassis. Forsberg stated that the wild side panel planted the car and helped steer it like a rudder on a boat. The XXX R&D department officially has no comment on the side panel, however, rumors were heard from deep within the laboratory that a new line of XXX hydroplanes may hit the market soon with a similar panel design.

 

September 3rd, 2010 - James Breaks Though at Brill

September 3rd.   Late congratulations go out to Brandon James for his race win over Labor Day Weekend at Brill Motor Speedway in Meeker, OK. James was the Friday, September third winner in the Econo Sprint division. With the season now in the books, Brandon finished 2nd in points.

 

August 29th, 2010 - Kaszubinski Wins First ESS Event  Ever At RPM Speedway

August 29th.  ESS Veteran Dan Kaszubinski went north of the border to pick up his first win of the season in his XXX chassis. Following an early race tangle with second place running Kevin Ward, Kaszubinksi reasserted himself, finding some speed in the high groove around the tight ¼” mile of Le RPM Speedway in Quebec to take his first win of 2010 and 31st career tally with the ESS.

 

August 28th, 2010 - Westfall Wins Twice on Saturday Night

August 28th.  Matt Westfall was a two time main event winner on Saturday night at Waynesfield Raceway Park, winning both the regularly scheduled main and the makeup feature from 7/24. The makeup feature was run first, and Westfall engaged in a thrilling battle with race leader Mike Brecht before finally planting his XXX chassis on the high groove and streaking away for the win. In the second feature, Westfall streaked away early, utilizing his pole position to the maximum advantage as he racked up his 6th win in 8 races at WRP, with the two non-wins being 2nd place finishes.

 

August 28th, 2010 - New Chassis = No Worries for Beechler at Boyd

August 28th.  Last week, Ryan Beechler busted out a brand new XXX chassis and won with it at Kennedale Speedway Park. This week, Beechler took another main event win, toppling the ultra tough Sprint Series of Texas at Boyd Raceway. Beechler started tenth and made his way to the front like a rocket ship en route to the win. With the new car being 2 for 2 on race wins, Beechler will look to keep his momentum up by taking on the SST next at Heart o Texas Speedway on September 11th.

 

August 28th, 2010 - Ekern Stands Tall at I-90

August 28th.  Dave Ekern was a race winner this past weekend in his XXX chassis at I-90 Speedway in Hartford, SD. Ekern won the 360 feature on Saturday night after starting in the 5th position. The win was his first of the year. Dave buys his XXX chassis & components from S&T Fab Shop in Flandreu, SD.

 

August 28th, 2010 - Hall Holds On For Win #2

August 28th.  Dan Hall held off Ken Mackey at Butler Speedway in Michigan to take his second win of the year in 410 competition. The two started side by side on the front row, and traded moves back and forth with Hall eventually pulling ahead enough to secure the victory. He also won the heat race.

 

August 28th, 2010 - Dutton On Top at Creek County

August 28th.  David Dutton was a first time winner on the season in his XXX sprint car chassis at Creek County Speedway in Oklahoma. Dutton used a lap four restart to his advantage, taking the lead and running away from the field to take the sprint car win.

 

August 28th, 2010 - Miller Clean Sweeps CGS

August 28th.  Kyle Miller pulled off the ever elusive clean sweep at Cottage Grove Speedway on Saturday night. Running non-wing, Miller was quick time, won the dash, heat and main event after inheriting the point on lap 14 and making some deft moves in traffic. Congratulations Kyle!

 

August 28th, 2010 - Busy Weekend For Henning Pays Dividends

August 28th.  Dan Henning had an ultra loaded weekend of racing, and his XXX 600 mini sprint was up to the task. On Friday night, Henning ran from the back of his feature to finish 4th place in the main at his local track. Saturday night at Nobles County Speedway in Minnesota, Dan won his heat and took the preliminary night feature win of the Worthington Nationals. On Sunday night, Henning ran second in the Worthington Nationals finale, and took third in the companion non-wing race. Congratulations Dan on your strong efforts all weekend!

 

August 28th, 2010 - Munn Stretches 360 Points Lead at Skagit Speedway With Another Win

August 28th.  For Skagit Speedway veteran Alan Munn, a season like this has been a long time coming. On Saturday night, Munn won his third race of the year and stretched his points lead in the Budweiser 360 division at ASA member track Skagit Speedway, leading all 25 laps of the main in his Munn Construction #42 XXX. Alan has never won a Skagit Speedway track championship in his 30+ years of racing and will look to bring home his first season title with only one points race remaining.

 

August 28th, 2010 -Parker Back In Victory Lane

August 28th.  Steve Parker shook a 6 season monkey of his back, taking home his first main event victory since roughly late 2005 in the Cook Road Shell Sportsman Sprint division.  After battling mechanical woes all season, Parker put it all together on this cool August night, leading all 20 laps en route to the win in his Construction Unlimited #23 XXX.

 

August 22nd, 2010 - “The Man of Steel” Back to His Winning Ways

August 22nd.  With a superman logo flying prominently on his car, Austin “The Man of Steel” Alumbaugh was near invulnerable on Sunday night in Missouri. Taking on the WoW at Missouri State Fair Speedway in Sedalia, the 2009 WoW Rookie of the Year scored his second main event victory of 2010.
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August 22nd, 2010 - Krysl Continues Title Defense w/ Back To Back Wins

August 22nd and 15th.  Ron Krysl is keeping up his championship momentum at Stuart Community Track in Nebraska by winning the past two features at the ¼ mile dirt oval. Krysl, last years limited sprint champion, has now won four races this season as he clings to a one point lead in the late stages of the 2010 championship chase.

 

August 21st, 2010 - Ballou 2010 ASCS Sprint Bandits TNT Champion In An XXX 1-2

August 21st.  Robert Ballou finished a couple of car lengths short of winning the Shuman Classic in Kansas City, but the California native captured his second ASCS Sprint Bandits TNT title by virtue of his runner-up finish. Ballou took the title by a mere 26 points over fellow TeamXXX racer and last years Chmapion Brady Bacon.  Congratulations to both Robert and Brady on a great year with the ASCS Sprint Bandits.

 

August 21st, 2010 - Montieth Back-To-Back PA Wins With Victory At Lincoln

August 21st.  Brian Montieth has made a habit of winning 410 sprint car thrillers. But his win in Saturday night’s John Gleim, Jr. Excavating Night 58th Anniversary show at Lincoln Speedway might have been his most thrilling of all. In spectacular fashion, Montieth watched Lance Dewease pull a slider to briefly take the race lead in the final turns, then out-muscled the Fayetteville star off turn four to win the race to the checkered. Montieth’s third Lincoln win of the year, his second of the weekend (Friday night at Williams Grove), was worth $5,800 for the special 30-lap event.

 

August 21st, 2010 - Short Rolls at St Francois

August 21st.  Steve Short picked up win #2 on the year Saturday night at St Francois County Raceway in Farmington, MO. It was a dominating night for Steve as he won not only the feature, but the dash and his heat race as well. Steve gets his XXX chassis and components through Jeff “Shockman” Davis & Quick Racing Products.

 

August 21st, 2010 - Patton’s First XXX Win is Wingless

August 21st.  Team XXX driver Jacob Patton took his XXX 600 mini sprint to victory lane at Wayne County Speedway in Illinois. Going non-wing, Patton won his dash, heat and the feature. Team XXX had a good night overall at the 1/8 mile bullring, with Dereck King taking 3rd in the winged portion of the event and 5th in the non-wing main.

 

August 21st, 2010 - Beechler Wins Again at KSP

August 21st.  Another week, another win for Ryan Beechler. The 305 Hotshoe was victorious again on Saturday night, this time at Kennedale Speedway Park in Texas, home to his previous triumph.   Ryan won his heat and bested the field in the feature.

 

August 21st, 2010 - Hurst Wins for 4th Time

August 21st.  After a successful Clay Cup Nationals at Deming Speedway where he was a preliminary night winner, Landon Hurst has been fighting hard to return to victory lane at his home track of Lemoore Raceway. This past Saturday night, Hurst was back in winner’s circle, taking down the Stock division at Lemoore for his fourth overall win of 2010. through on top. Congratulations Brian!

 

August 21st, Davis’ First Career Win Comes in XXX 600

August 21st. Driving a former Tulsa Shootout winning XXX 600 mini sprint, Phillip Davis won his first career main event on Saturday night at Caney Valley Speedway in Kansas. After running second early, Davis took the lead on lap 6 and never looked back , leading the rest of the way en route to the win.

 

August 21st, 2010 - York Inches Out Second Win

August 21st.  Congratulations go out to Jackie York, who took his second victory of the year in his XXX Sprint Car at Creek County Speedway in Oklahoma. Jackie stormed his way up the field to take the win, narrowly nipping the leader by mere inches at the line to triumph.

 

August 20th, 2010 - Montieth Takes The Grove For His 4th Win In 5 Weekends

August 20th.  Brian Montieth continues his recent domination of Williams Grove Speedway, winning four times inthe last 5 weekends. On Friday night, Krimes appeared to be headed for his first career victory at the Grove until Montieth entered the picture. After starting third Montieth took second place from Leppo on lap 14, then began to close on the leader. Montieth slid in front of Krimes exiting turn four on lap sixteen and went on to win by a scant .48 margin.

 

August 17th, 2010 - Ballou Back on Top of TNT

August 17th.  Team XXX drivers Robert Ballou and Brady Bacon are staging an epic war across the Mid West as the 2010 ASCS Sprint Bandits TNT series heads into its final weekend. Ballou reassumed the points lead after a win on Tuesday night at Missouri State Fair Speedway, taking over the lead on lap 19 en route to victory. The win was Robert’s fourth in TNT action this year and 9th overall.

 

August 14th, 2010 - Kristan Wins 3rd Feature in XXX

August 14th.  Brian Kristan continued his tear through the Upper Midwest this year, as his third XXX chassis victory came this past Saturday night. Competing at Wilmot Raceway in the 410 division, Kristan and Mike Kertscher traded sliders all over the racetrack, with Kristan eventually coming through on top. Congratulations Brian!

 

August 14th, 2010 - Grubaugh Tops ASCS SOD

August 14th.  Ryan Grubaugh took a hard fought win over the ASCS Sprints on Dirt Saturday night at Butler Motor Speedway in MI. After starting second, Grubaugh stalked the race leader for the first eighteen laps. On lap 19, Grubaugh found his opening, taking over the lead and securing the win. The victory also extended Ryan’s ASCS SOD points lead.

 

August 14th, 2010 - Smith Wins for Second Time in Last Three Events

August 14th.  There was a lot of effort put into Danny Smith’s OCRS victory on Saturday night. After his hauler blew a tire getting to the track, Smith barely got to the track in time to undertake hot laps. From there, the night got progressively better as Smith ran his way through the field to take the lead on lap 23 and subsequently his second race win of the season.

 

August 13th, 2010 - Montieth Wins 3rd Feature Of 2010 At Williams Grove

August 13th.  Those that are superstitious dread Friday the 13th.  But  not the Edge.  Brian Montieth of Phoenixville won his third race of the season at Williams Grove Speedway Friday night, taking the lead from Rick Lafferty with five laps to go in the 25-lap 410 sprint main. Montieth garnered over $4,000 for his victory, the seventh of his career at the oval.

 

August 14th, 2010 - Munn Gets 2nd Victory of 2010

August 14th.  Alan Munn was victorious for the second time on the year in the Budweiser 360 Sprints. Munn led all 25 laps for the victory in the Munn Construction #42 XXX. Munn was challenged late by second place finisher Brock Lemley piloting the Randy Price owned #21 Maxim. Kelsey Carpenter took third place late in the Dri Eaz #29 XXX after Jared Peterson spun out trying to make a move on Lemley.

 

August 14th, 2010 - Young Youngquist Wows Crowd Winning By Inches

August 14th.  Fortune once again smiled on Justin Youngquist as he went on to win his second straight Cook Road Shell Sportsman Sprint Main Event at Skagit Speedway. Driving his Bubba Suds Car Wash #56 XXX, Youngquist inherited the lead on lap 9 ann paced the field comfortably until lap 17, when lapped traffic and a hard charging Dylan Dunham reared their collective heads.  When the dust settled, Youngquist held of Dunham for his second straight win in the Sportsman Sprints by a mere .057 seconds.

 

August 13th, 2010 - McDonald Holds off Tough Challenges for Win

August 13th.  Three Team XXX drivers were hard after Friday night’s Empire Super Sprints main event win. When the dust settled, Brian McDonald held off Dan Kaszubinski and Chuck Hebing to record his first win of the year and third career with the ESS, all coming in XXX chassis. McDonald led every lap of the race, with Hebing challenging early, then Kaszubinski coming on strong late, the latter taking the lead for a split second on the 24th circuit.

 

August 13th, 2010 - Fell Wins 6th Main

August 13th.  Aaron Fell has graced Deming Speedway’s victory lane six times this year in his XXX 1200 mini sprint. Fell led all twenty five laps of the A Feature from the outside pole. Fell continues to lead the Deming points chase as well.

 

August 8th, 2010 - Westfall Smoking Hot in XXX

August 8th.  Matt Westfall has been smoking hot in his XXX non-wing sprint car. After taking second place on Saturday night at Waynesfield Raceway Park (where he leads the points), Matt hauled out to Indiana where he took top honors at Lawrenceburg Speedway for his 4th XXX chassis victory of 2010.

 

August 7th, 2010 - Gailley On Top at Devil’s Bowl

August 7th.  David Gailley won the A Feature this past weekend at Devil’s Bowl Speedway in Texas. After winning his heat race, Gailley led the final twelve laps of the main event en route to his first victory in his XXX chassis. David, one of the top sales reps at Smiley’s of Dallas, says his XXX chassis is “…a great car and quality craftsmanship!”

 

August 7th and July 10th, 2010 - Benson Takes Two

August 7th and July 10th.  Quinton Benson has been warming up over the second half of the year. After picking up his first race win of the year in his XXX 600 mini sprint on July 10th in the A Class division, Benson was again on top of the mountain a little less than a month later, as he beat the 24 car field at Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex for his second W of the year. field for the win.

 

August 7th, 2010 - Beechler Tops @ KSP

August 7th.  Ryan Beechler was victorious again in Texas. Driving in the 305 division at Kennedale Speedway Park, Beechler won another A Feature, besting the 14 car field for the win.

 

August 7th, 2010 - Baker Leads Wire 2 Wire at CGS

August 7th.  Colin Baker was a winner in the state of Oregon in limited sprints. Racing at Cottage Grove Speedway, Baker led every lap of the Limitied Sprint Feature to score the victory.

 

August 6th, 2010 - More Valley Speedway Success for XXX

August 6th.  Brad Ryun is the latest Team XXX member to put his XXX chassis in victory lane at Valley Speedway in Missouri. Driving the BRE Powered house car, Ryun won Friday nights A Feature for winged sprint cars.

 

August 6th, 2010 - Points Leader Fell Leads All 25

August 6th.  Aaron Fell led all 25 laps of the 1200 Mini Sprint Main Event on Friday night at Deming Speedway. Fell was the fastest in time trials by two tenths of a second on the 1/6 mile clay oval, then followed the quick time up by wiring the field in the main, keeping all challengers at bay. .

 

August 1st, 2010 - McClelland Wins at XX in XXX

August 1st.  Despite running a limited schedule in 2010 due to budgetary concerns, Rob Eyler came away with a popular victory on Sunday night at Tri City Speedway in Franklin, PA. Cast as the hometown hero, Eyler charged out to an early lead before falling to second on the 8th lap. Rob wasn’t about to give up, as he surged forward and back into the lead on lap 10, then stretched his advantage in traffic to take the win, his first victory in only five starts on the year.

 

August 1st, 2010 - Eyler Wins Despite Lack of Seat Time

August 1st.  Despite running a limited schedule in 2010 due to budgetary concerns, Rob Eyler came away with a popular victory on Sunday night at Tri City Speedway in Franklin, PA. Cast as the hometown hero, Eyler charged out to an early lead before falling to second on the 8th lap. Rob wasn’t about to give up, as he surged forward and back into the lead on lap 10, then stretched his advantage in traffic to take the win, his first victory in only five starts on the year.

 

July 30th, 2010 - The "Edge" Gets Win # 2 At Williams Groove With Late Race Pass

July 30th.  Brian Montieth was disappointed with his performance in last week’s Summer Nationals at Williams Grove Speedway, but he came back with a vengeance to win the 25-lap sprint car feature on Friday night. Montieth started tenth, but was passed by Hodnett on the first lap. Montieth took third from Hodnett on the 16th circuit, then shot past Wilt two tours later. At this point Kauffman had a big lead, but the man they call The Edge hadn’t given up. Montieth caught Kauffman with two laps left and Hodnett was right behind him. With the first three running under a blanket exiting turn four with the white flag waving, Kauffman was above the cushion, Montieth in the middle and Hodnett on the inside. Montieth emerged with the lead, then pulled away on the last lap to win by 1.48 seconds.

 

July 30th, 2010 - Brownfield Family Back On Top At Skagit Speedway

July 30th.  Seth Hespe put the Brownfield family back in victory lane for the first time in over a decade at Skagit Speedway, as Seth led all 20 laps of the Ford Focus Midget A Feature. Driving the Skagit Speedway sponsored #92 XXX, Hespe was perfect in clicking off consistent, fast laps around the high groove.

 

July 24th, 2010 - The Hammer Bests Outlaws At Lebanon Valley Speedway

July 24th.  Substitute driver Doug Esh dominated Sunday nights World Of Outlaws race, leading every lap that he was on the track.  Filling in for Jac Haudenshild while he is side lined with a broken hand, Esh got a clean sweep, winning his heat, dash and main leading every lap. 

“This is unbelievable,” said Esh in Victory Lane. “I have to thank Lon Carnahan for giving me a shot. It’s a shame that Jac (Haudenschild) got hurt. The Triple X car, I had never driven one and this may be the best car I have ever sat in. Leonard, Marie and Kyle worked hard all day and had one of the fastest cars here tonight and I just had to get the job done.”

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July 16th, 2010 - Bacon Best of Lucas Oil ASCS in Cottage Grove Nationals Finale!

July 24th.  Oklahoma’s Brady Bacon  charged to victory lane in Saturday night’s 35-lap Lucas Oil ASCS main event at Cottage Grove Speedway.  The 20-year-old from Broken Arrow, OK, gunned into the lead at the outset and led the entire distance on the ¼-mile clay oval, taking the $6,000 triumph with a handful of lapped cars and nearly a half-lap between himself and runner-up Seth Bergman at the checkered flag.  “That’s the way I like ‘em,” Bacon commented upon climbing from Tel-Star Communications No. 99 Triple-X in victory lane for the fourth time this season in Lucas Oil National competition.  Read full story here ...

 

July 24th, 2010 - Carpenter Wins First 360 Race; Dedicated To Tyson

July 24th.  Kelsey Carpenter’s first career 360 Sprint win highlighted Military / Chamber of Commerce night at ASA member track Skagit Speedway. Carpenter, battled from lap 16 till 20 with the leader and eventually made his move, passing Funk going into turn one and holding the point for the rest of the contest in his Dri Eaz sponsored XXX chassis. Carpenter’s first win in the 360 division came with a different car number, as his usual #27c took a backseat to a Travis Rilat styled #29, as Kelsey and his team dedicated the race to the memory of Tyson Perez and the recovery of Travis Rilat.

 

July 24th, 2010 - Bienert Back To Winner’s Circle

July 24th.  Horrible weather has made it hard on our Team XXX drivers in Alberta to get their season underway. When racing action does get in, Justin Bienert has been consistently one of the top teams in the Sportsman Sprint division, and he proved it again on Saturday night. With a huge field of Sportsman Sprints on hand, Bienert was the main event winner at Castrol Raceway Park in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Bienert also won his heat race. .

 

July 23rd, 2010 - Three Wins For Potter

July 23rd.  Kenny Potter is keeping Team XXX on its toes, swapping from winged to wingless racing and having success in both. On Friday night, Potter won for the third time this year, this time in non-wing 305 action at Valley Speedway in Missouri.

 

July 16th, 2010 - Huge URSS Field Falls to Smokey

July 16th.  Smokey Fairbank survived a wild night to pick up his third feature win of the year at Wakeeney Speedway in Kansas. After a four hour delay between his heat race and the main, Fairbank passed former URSS champion Cj Johnson in traffic en route to his third triumph of 2010.

 

July 16th, 2010 - Montieth From 17th To Win At The Grove

July 16th.  Brian Montieth tuned up for the World of Outlaws- sanctioned Summer Nationals with a convincing victory in the 30-lap sprint car feature Friday night at Williams Grove Speedway. Montieth caught the attention of the crowd as he charged from the 17th starting position to fifth with eight laps complete. Montieth passed McIntyre one lap later and began his pursuit of the leader. He shot to the inside entering turn one on lap 24, then drove by Hodnett and two lapped cars to emerge with the lead. Despite a red flag with four laps remaining, Hodnett was not able to challenge Montieth, who rolled to his fifth career victory and first of the season at Williams Grove. He earned $4000 for his performance.

 

July 16th, 2010 - Koty Adams On Fire in Cajun Country

July 16th.  One of our valued Team XXX members in the Deep South has been a man on a mission this season, as this past weekend, Koty Adams won his third Southern Thunder Sprints race in the past month. The win was easy going for Adams, as he led from the very get go without challenge at Sabine Motor Speedway in Many, LA. Adams’ previous two wins came at Champion Park Speedway in Minden, LA on June 19th and at Lonestar Speedway in Kilgore, TX on June 26th.

 

July 15th, 2010 - Cali XXX 600 Wins Night 2 At Clay Cup

July 15th.  In the 600 class, Landon Hurst used a little luck and a big power move to secure his first Deming Speedway victory. After the original lead two cars took themselves out on a lap six wreck, Kelly Mauck inherited the lead with Hurst in behind him. After pacing him for a few laps, Hurst used a bonsai power move underneath Mauck to secure the lead coming out of turn two on the tenth lap, then raced away from the field to secure the win.

 

July 17th, 2010 - Sturch Soars to I-30 Victory

July 17th.  After numerous strong runs against both stout local and national competition, defending I-30 Speedway track Justin Sturch won his first race of 2010. Taking on the tough I-30 local group, Sturch bested the 16 car field to score his first W in his XXX chassis after leading all 25 laps.

 

July 17th, 2010 - Repeat Win for Matt Smith with BMARA

July 17th.  The nation’s oldest Midget sanctioning body, the Badger Midget Auto Racing Association, crowned its first multiple main event winner of the season on Saturday night. Matt Smith, pilot of the Hawk Race Engines XXX midget, took his second stateside victory of the year at Beaver Dam Raceway in Wisconsin. Matt led every lap but one en route to victory lane.

 

July 15th, 2010 - Rilat gives NWWT a taste of Texas, wins at Grays Harbor

July 15th.  Travis Rilat is best known for his ability to drive a winged sprint car, both with 410 and 360ci motors, but Rilat reminded everyone that he's no slouch when the tops are removed from his car either as on Thursday night he won the IXL Metal Conditioner NorthWest Wingless Tour event at Grays Harbor Raceway. The ASCS National Tour star from Forney, Texas was in town a day early for this weekend's Fred Brownfield Memorial event, and late in the day on Thursday Rilat decided to remove his wings and go after the $1,200 first place prize. The decision paid off for Rilat, who led 29 of 30 laps to take the victory in his own No. 29 Shark-powered XXX.

 

July 12th, 2010 - Rilat Rules ASCS Northwest Speedweek Opener at SOS

July 12th.  Travis Rilat made the nearly 1,800 mile haul from Saturday night’s National event in Hartford, SD, to Oregon pay off with a $2,000 win in Monday night’s ASCS Northwest Speedweek opener at Southern Oregon Speedway. The Forney, TX, shoe kicked off ASCS Northwest festivities with his first ASCS win of the year aboard the F&J Construction No. 29 Triple-X.

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July 16th, 2010 - Melton Collects First Sprint Car Win in XXX

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uly 16th.  Congratulations go out to Justin Melton, a valued Team XXX member who races XXX chassis in not only Sprint Cars, but Midgets and 600 Mini Sprints as well. Justin collected his first sprint car win this past weekend in his XXX chassis, topping the ASCS Lonestar vs. Sooner region event at RPM Speedway of Texas. It was an all XXX 1-2 finish, as Sean McClelland extended his Sooner region points lead by taking runner up.

 

July 12th, 2010 - Rilat Rules ASCS Northwest Speedweek Opener at SOS

July 12th.  Travis Rilat made the nearly 1,800 mile haul from Saturday night’s National event in Hartford, SD, to Oregon pay off with a $2,000 win in Monday night’s ASCS Northwest Speedweek opener at Southern Oregon Speedway. The Forney, TX, shoe kicked off ASCS Northwest festivities with his first ASCS win of the year aboard the F&J Construction No. 29 Triple-X.

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July 10th, 2010 - McClelland Extends ASCS Sooner Points Lead with Win

July 10th.  Sean McClelland has been dialed in all season long in his brand new XXX chassis, but the only thing that’s been missing has been that elusive first victory. On Saturday night at Lawton Speedway in Oklahoma, “Supe” got the monkey off his back by scoring the victory in the ASCS Red River Challenge. Sean held off the best racers of the Lonestar and Sooner regions as he led all 25 laps, extending his points lead in the Sooner region to 44 marks.

 

July 10th, 2010 - Kristan 2 for 4 in XXX

July 10th.  Make it two wins in four nights for Brian Kristan in his XXX chassis, as Team XXX dominated the 410 main at Wilmot Raceway in Wisconsin on Saturday night. Brian and fellow Team XXX member Jeremy Byrne finished first and second in the A feature. Congratulations Brian and Jeremy!
 

July 10th, 2010 - Westfall Snags Win #3 at Waynesfield

July 10th.  Matt Westfall is simply “en fuego” at Waynesfield Raceway Park in Ohio. This past Saturday night, Westfall won his third feature of the year in his non wing XXX chassis. Westfall is also the points leader in the non wing division. Congratulations to Matt and his team!

 

July 10th, 2010 - Kirkland Scores Win #1 For 2010

July 10th.  Trever Kirkland was back in victory lane once again, as the Montana native visited victory lane with the Big Sky Sprint Tour on Saturday night at Electric City Speedway in Great Falls. After a Friday night’s showing left Trever with some parts to repair, he rebounded with a vengeance, scoring his first victory in the rain shortened main event.

 

July 9th, 2010 - Johnson A First Time XXX Winner

July 9th.  The old adage “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure” almost fit like a glove on Friday night at Elko Speedway in Minnesota. Driving the XXX chassis that recorded the first XXX World of Outlaw feature win, Johnson recorded his first win in a XXX by topping the Upper Midwest Sprint Series in Friday night action. Johnson led all 20 laps of the caution marred feature.

 

July 9th, 2010 - Kenny Potter Wins for Second Time in Three Weeks

July 9th.  Kenny Potter has shown his versatility over the past few weeks. After capturing a feature win on June 25th in non-wing action at Valley Speedway in Grain Valley MO, Potter put the wing back on this past weekend to score his second W in three weeks driving his #55 XXX. Congratulations Kenny!

 

July 10th, 2010 - Rick King takes Win in XXX 600

July 10th.  With an off weekend from Powri Action, King Racing patriarch Rick King took the #32 Quick Racing Products XXX 600 house car to Southern Illinois Speedway for a shakedown session. Proving that he hasn’t lost too much of a step to his son, Powri champ Dereck King, Rick went out and won the 25 lap feature on Saturday. Way to score one for the old guys, Rick!
 

July 10th, 2010 - Barnes Picks Up Second 410 Feature Win  At Skagit

July 10th.  An extremely packed house saw Jayme Barnes take his second main event win of the year at Skagit Speedway in the 410 Sprints on mid season championship night. Barnes quickly making his way to second. As the race progressed, Barnes closed slowly on the leader, looking for his opportunity to strike. That opportunity came in turn three of the 17th lap, where Whitney opened the door down low and Barnes dove down, executing a picture perfect slider to take the point. From there, it was off to the races for Jayme who won for the second time this year in the LAW Motorsports #33 XXX.

 

July 9th, 2010 - Fell Wins 4th 1200 Main.  Extends Points Lead.

July 9th.  Aaron Fell stretched his points advantage by taking his 4th main event win of the year in the Advanced Toys for Trucks 1200s. Fell led every lap of the 25 lap feature.
 

July 10th, 2010 - Munn Wins Skagit 360 Feature On Mid Season Championship Night

July 10th.  30+ year Skagit Speedway veteran Alan Munn visited victory lane once again in the Budweiser 360 Sprints. Munn inherited the lead on lap 22 and knew exactly what to do with it, as he led the rest of the way for the win in the Munn Construction #42 XXX. Munn won also won the scramble.

 

July 10th, 2010 - VanDerSys Back In Victory Lane For 5th Win Of The Year

July 10th.  Matt VanDerSys won his division leading fifth main event of the year in the Skagit SPeedway Sportsman Sprints. VanDerSys led from the outset and paced the field for all twenty laps in his Timber Trax #30 XXX. Bill Rude was second in the Dri Eaz #33 XXX.

 

June 20th and July 4th, 2010 - Krysl Defends Title With 2 Wins

June 20th and July 4th.  Team XXX is made up of a variety of race teams, from the guys with the big doubled stack haulers, to those who haul to their race track on open trailers. One of our most successful drivers from the small team / small track dept is Ron Krysl, the defending Stuart Community Track Limited Sprint champion. Krysl now has two wins in defense of his championship, with the first coming on June 20th and the second coming over this past independence day weekend. Congratulations Ron!
 

July 3rd,  2010 - Westfall Wins 2nd Main in 3 Weeks

July 3rd.  Matt Westfall has had incredible success in his new XXX chassis. Just a short period of time after making the switch to XXX, Westfall has now won his second feature in three weeks after taking home another wingless win at Waynesfield Raceway Park in Ohio.

 

July 2nd, 2010 - Smith Punctuates USA Return with Badger Win

July 2nd.  Recently returned to the USA, Australian native Matt Smith won his first Badger Midget Auto Racing Association main event of his career with a win Friday night at Dodge County Fairgrounds in Beaver Dam, WI. Smith became only the third Australian to win a feature event in the 74 year history of the BMARA, as he led all but one lap in his XXX midget powered by Hawk Racing Engines.

 

July 3rd, 2010 - Dan Henning Enjoying Career Year in XXX 600

July 3rd.  Dan Henning was able to notch another win in 2010 taking home the checkers Saturday night July 3rd in Iowa Micro Sprint Series action. Henning started off the weekend strong finishing second July 2nd in Friday nights IMSS race at the Marshalltown speedway charging from 6th to 2nd. Saturday night things got even better for the Southern Iowa Native as he picked up heat race honors and the A-Main checkers July 3rd taking the lead on lap one and holding on through some tough lap traffic and a mid race restart, but in the end Henning held off all challengers for the victory.

 

July 2nd, 2010 - Ballou Continues Hot Streak With Win #7 of 2010 At Gas City

July 2nd.  Ballou continues his amazing wingless sprint season with another win, this time picking up his second victory this year at Gas City I-69 Speedway in Gas City, IN.  This is Robert's 7th win this season.

 

July 2nd, 2010 - Aaron Fell Extends 1200 Points Lead At Deming

July 2nd.  In the Deming Speedway 1200 division, point’s leader Aaron Fell won his third race out of the last four by leading all 30 laps of the main event. On a blackened, dry-slick surface, Fell outdueled early challenger Steven Hendrickson to take control from the outset, then hit his marks around the high side of the track to lead the remaining laps.

 

June 26th, 2010 - Ballou wins #6 in Indiana

June 26th.  Robert Ballou was flawless in victory on Saturday night at Lincoln Park Speedway in Putnamville, IN. After winning his heat race, Robert made his pole position start pay off as he zoomed away from his competition and made some breathtaking moves in lapped traffic to take his sixth win of 2010 in the MPHG Promotions #81 XXX.

 

June 26th, 2010 - Golobic Tops Placerville 360s

June 26th.  Shane Golobic has had a steep learning curve as he transitioned into winged sprint car racing. The non-wing ace reached the top of that curve on Saturday night at Placerville Speedway in California as he took down the tough as nails 360 division in the M&M Structures #35 XXX. Golobic led every lap of the main event from his pole position start. “I really want to thank John Taylor and this team for all their dedication and hard work” said Shane…”This past week John and the crew made some changes on the car and I think we have figured out. It was perfect out here tonight.”

 

June 26th, 2010 - Kenny Potter Wins Wingless at Valley Speedway

June 25th.  It doesn’t take a rocket scientist  to see that XXX chassis have been on top of the mountain in non-wing sprint car action in 2010. Aside from the multiple TNT wins and USAC triumph at Eldora, XXX chassis have been winning at many local tracks across North America and Australia as well. Kenny Potter is the latest Team XXX member to find success at his local track, taking his #55 XXX that he purchased from XXX dealer BRE to victory lane at Valley Speedway on Friday night.

 

June 26th, 2010 - Jimmy Crawford: Fast at Ventura Again

June 26th.  When big money is on the line, Jimmy Crawford has the hammer down. Driving the XXX car owned by his motor builder Steve Gresham, Crawford won another big paying race at Ventura Raceway as he took home $2,500 for his victory in the second of three rounds in the All Coast Construction Series in the wingless 360 division. Crawford now sits second in points for the $3,500 to win championship race coming up in October, a race he won last year. Crawford is the proprietor of Twister X, the authorized XXX dealer in Southern California.

 

June 26th, 2010 - VanDerSys Back In Victory Lane

June 26th.  Matt VanDerSys has been in victory lane more than any other driver this year at Skagit Speedway as he won his fourth feature of the year in the Cook Road Shell Sportsman Sprints. Glen Reinstra led the first twelve laps of the main until VanDerSys caught him, and then used Glen’s teammate Eric Thibert as a basketball style pick to trap Glen on the bottom and storm around the high side to take the lead and eventual win in his Timber Trax #30 XXX.

 

June 18th, 2010 - Ballou Sweeps TNT Weekend.
XXX Runs 1st and 2nd.

June 19th.  California native Robert Ballou completed a sweep of the weekend’s Sprint Bandits Tour ‘N Topless racing action by charging to victory lane in Saturday night’s 30-lap feature event at Lucas Oil Speedway.  After a convincing Friday night romp at Creek County Speedway, Ballou had his hands full throughout Saturday night’s main event with the persistent challenges of Brady Bacon atop the “Diamond of Dirt Tracks” clay oval.  The 21-year-old was up to the challenge though, taking over the Sprint Bandits TNT points lead with his third series win of the year aboard Dallas Mulvaney’s Don Ott-powered MPHG Promotions No. 81 Triple-X.

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June 18th and 19th, 2010 - Henning Wins Back-2-Back Races Over The Weekend

June 18th and 19th.  Dan Henning celebrates a weekend to remember winning back to back races over the weekend.  Dan is pictured in victory lane at Brooklyn Raceway with his father, celebrating fathers day a day early.

 

June 19th, 2010 - Essary Waxes The OCRS Field At Mid-America

June 19th.  Mid-America Speedway’s speed plant wasn’t its typical self on Saturday night. Rather than the dry slick surface the MAS is often coated with. On this night, a wet and slippery coating was in store for the sprint car warriors of the Tulsa based Oil Capital Racing Series. Stillwell’s Rafe Essary found the track to his liking and proceeded to ‘wax’ the field in earning his second A Feature win of the season aboard his XXX chassis mount.

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June 19th, 2010 - Smokey Fairbank Grabs URSS Win at Calhan With Last Corner Pass

June 19th.  The United Rebel Sprint Series made their inaugural visit the tight ¼ bullring at the El Paso County Speedway at Calhan Colorado. Fifteen teams checked in at the gate to do battle on the slightly banked oval. The racing action was fast and furious as the fans were treated to some great racing action with the winning pass coming on the run to the checkers with Ransom Kansas’s Smokey Fairbank grabbed his second victory in the 2010 season.

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June 18th, 2010 - Ballou Blasts TNT at Creek County

June 18th.  Robert Ballou bagged his eighth career Lucas Oil Sprint Bandits Tour ‘N Topless feature victory in convincing fashion by racing to victory lane in Friday night’s 30-lap main event at Creek County Speedway.


The Rocklin, CA, native battled past early pacesetter Gary Taylor by the eighth round and checked out over the final 20 circuits to secure his second TNT win of the year aboard Dallas Mulvaney’s MPHG Promotions No. 81 in the feature event that was interrupted just once.

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June 16th, 2010 - King Wins Back 2 Back Powri Features

June 16th.  Dereck King is on a roll in the Powri National 600cc series. After taking the Kevin Doty Classic on Friday night, King drove his XXX 600 mini sprint to victory lane once again Wednesday night at Fayette County Speedway in Brownstown, IL. King came from outside row two in the feature to take the win, his second in the Rick King owned XXX 600 sponsored by Quick Racing Products.

 

June 12th, 2010 - Montieth Bests ALL-STARS In Lincoln “A” Main

June 12th.  Brian Montieth has made a habit of winning big races this season. Early Sunday morning, he added another one to his collection as he beat Brian Leppo and the invading All Star Circuit of Champions in the 30-lap $5,000-to-win OReilly Auto Parts A Main.

"This XXX chassis has been working ...  Scotty, Todd, and the boys ... when I turn it goes," said Montieth in victory lane, "The track was a little greasy there in the beginning. I was sort of afraid the track would dry off, but I think the track’s actually decent.".

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June 12th, 2010 - Thomas Wins 3rd ASCS 2 Feature; XXX 4 for 4

June 12th.  Tyler Thomas extended the XXX run of ASCS 2 dominance by picking up his third feature win of 2010 in his XXX midget Saturday night at Lawton Speedway. From his pole position, Thomas would lead every lap of the main event. XXX midget chassis have been in victory lane every night of the ASCS 2 midget series existence, with Thomas winning three features and Matt Ward picking up the other win.

 

June 11th, 2010 - King Tops at Kevin Doty Classis

June 11th.  The first XXX 600 mini sprint Powri win was a big one for Dereck King, who took home the coveted Kevin Doty Classic Friday night at Tri City Speedway in Illinois. Driving the car his father meticulously prepared, Dereck absolutely ran away from some of the best 600 racers in the nation in his Honda powered XXX 600 mini sprint. Congratulations to the King family on picking up the big W! Midgets and Mini Sprints running the Powri series are serviced by authorized XXX dealer Quick Racing Products.

 

June 11th, 2010 - Ward Dominant in ASCS2 XXX Midget

June 11th.  Matt Ward took home the ASCS 2 Midget main event Friday night at Creek County Speedway in Sapulpa, OK. Starting inside row three, Ward would take over the lead on lap 3 from fellow XXX midget driver Blake Hahn and cruise to victory lane by a full straightaway advantage.

 

June 11th, 2010 - Fell Sets Track Record and Wins 2nd Feature In A Row in his XXX 1200

June 11th.  It was a night to remember for points leader Aaron Fell in the Advanced Toys for Trucks 1200s. After setting a new Deming Speedway track record, Fell raced wing to wing with Eric Drake over the last half of the 25 lap feature, eventually besting him on the bottom groove to take his second straight main event win.

 

June 12th, 2010 - Rude Gets 2nd Feature Win In A Row

June 12th.  Bill Rude won his second race in a row in the Cook Road Shell Sportsman Sprints. After some early cautions, Rude found a line to his liking then worked his way to the 1st place car. On lap 12, Rude dove low into turn one, coming up next to Swatzina. Contact occurred as Rude shot by to take control of the lead and eventual win in his Dri-Eaz #33 XXX.

 

June 4th, 2010 - Haud Wins Second WoO Feature At Knoxville Hall of Fame Classic

June 4th.  With a trio of Hall of Famers competing in the inaugural Hall of Fame Classic for the World of Outlaws at the legendary Knoxville Raceway, it was only fitting that one of them was in Victory Lane at the end of the night on Friday. That driver was Jac Haudenschild, a 2009 inductee into the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame, who outdistanced Brian Brown on a couple of restarts with two laps remaining to score his second win of the season. “I’m glad to win,” said Haudenschild. “We have a good combination with this XXX car and Leonard Lee working on it and we have a great car owner in Lon Carnahan. The car felt good tonight and it’s always good to pick up wins.”

 

June 5th, 2010 - Bacon is Sizzlin’ with Lucas Oil ASCS Three-Peat after I-30 Score

June 5th.  It was just a week ago that Broken Arrow, Oklahoma’s Brady Bacon was searching for that elusive first Lucas Oil ASCS National triumph.  Over the course of the last eight nights though, the 20-year-old has now reeled off three Lucas Oil Sprint Car wins in a row after topping Saturday night’s 35-lap main event atop the high-banked, ¼-mile I-30 Speedway clay oval.  This time, the proven wingless ace that is a suddenly burgeoning winged Sprint Car star, disposed of early pacesetter A.G. Rains on the 13th round and never looked back en route to another checkered flag aboard Mike and Megan Eubanks’ Wesmar-powered Tel-Star Communications No. 99 Triple-X.

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June 5th, 2010 - Rude Gets First Career Win

June 5th.  Bill Rude finally got the monkey off his back, securing his first career win at Skagit Speedway in the Cook Road Shell Sportsman Sprints. Rude led from the outset and held the point for all 20 laps in his Dri-Eaz #33 XXX.

 

June 4th, 2010 - York Beats Brother For Win

June 5th.  In the battle of the York Brothers, it was Jackie York standing tall at the end of Saturday night at Creek County Speedway in Sapulpa, OK. After battling tooth and nail with his brother Ricky, Jackie York passed his sibling with one lap to go to take the Sprint Car main event win in his XXX chassis. Congratulations to both of the York Bros. on their run!

 

June 4th, 2010 - Kristan Wins 410 Sprint Feature At Wilmot Raceway

June 4th.  Brian Kristan wins the Goodyear 410 Winged Sprint Feature at Wilmot Raceway, Friday Night June 5th. This was Brian's first night out in his new XXX 410 Sprint, holding off the challenges of Kris Spitz to claim his first win of the young season.

 

June 4th, 2010 - Fell Gets First Ever XXX 1200 Mini Sprint Win

June 4th.  Aaron Fell raced to one of the best finishes ever seen at Deming Speedway in the 1200 division. Fell took the lead on lap seven when Jared Gunderson spun leading the race. Fell would hold serve till a ref lag on lap 23 would create a green-white-checkered scenario with Lemley directly behind him. Fell restarted clean, picking up a couple of car lengths as he took the white flag before disaster struck. Fell misjudged the apex of turn two, hitting the wall and slowing his momentum. Lemley used the misstep to take a shot at the lead, driving down and throwing a massive slidejob on Aaron as they entered three. Aaron recovered, drove back underneath Brock and beat him to the final flag by a margin of just 0.008 seconds.

 

June 5th, 2010 - Crawford 1st at Ventura

June 5th. Jimmy Crawford worked hard to win his first main event of the year, scoring a victory at Ventura Raceway in wingless 360 action. After winning his heat race, Crawford started on the pole for the feature and ran second up until lap 21 when he made a slider stick in turn 4. “The car worked great…we felt like we really hit on something last week, so we tried the same thing this week and it paid off” said Jimmy, who is the official XXX dealer in Southern California.

 

June 5th, 2010 - Henning Wins #1 of 2010 at Nobles County Speedway

June 5th.  Dan Henning loves his XXX 600 mini sprint, and the results show. Dan celebrated his first victory of the 2010 campaign this past Sunday night, topping the field at Nobles County Raceway. “I absolutely love this car”, said Dan. “Before I got my XXX, I used to struggle with setup and getting the car to feel good. Since I’ve had this car, my nights are easy. It takes almost nothing to make this car fast!”

 

June 4th, 2010 - Jimmy Christian Tops at Ocean, Leads Points

June 4th.  Jimmy Christian is the top dog this year in the wingless spec sprint division at Ocean Speedway, as he extended his points lead with a victory on Friday night. After winning his heat and finishing second in the dash, Christian diligently worked his way forward from a 7th place starting spot to take the lead and the win. Jimmy now enjoys a 33 point lead over his nearest competition in his #32 XXX.

 

June 4th, 2010 - Jimmy Christian Tops at Ocean, Leads Points

June 4th.  Jimmy Christian is the top dog this year in the wingless spec sprint division at Ocean Speedway, as he extended his points lead with a victory on Friday night. After winning his heat and finishing second in the dash, Christian diligently worked his way forward from a 7th place starting spot to take the lead and the win. Jimmy now enjoys a 33 point lead over his nearest competition in his #32 XXX.

 

June 6th, 2010 - Bell Picks Up Late Season Win

June 6th.  Rick Bell picked up a late season victory in Formula 500 (600 mini sprint) action at Morowa Speedway in Western Australia. Bell took his XXX chassis to victory lane with a comfortable ¼ lap between him and the second place competitor.

 

June 5th, 2010 - Brookens Starts June with Win #6

June 5th.  Jimmy Brookens is the new Team XXX race win leader after picking up his sixth main event win of 2010, scoring the victory at Shippensburg Speedway in his XXX 600 Mini Sprint. The win is Brookens second of the year at Shippensburg; he also holds claim to three wins at Path Valley Speedway and a triumph at Trail Way Speedway as well. 

 

May 29th, 2010 - Make It a Bacon Double in the Lucas Oil ASCS Steve King Memorial at Jetmore!

May 30th.  Broken Arrow, Oklahoma’s Brady Bacon completed a sweep of the weekend’s Second Annual Boot Hill Casino Steve King Memorial at the Jetmore Motorplex by racing to victory lane in Sunday night’s 30-lap Lucas Oil main event. “I could hear ‘em, I knew someone was all over me,” Bacon explained after the $6,000 triumph. “That’s why I kept moving around on the track, going high and then low, I didn’t want to stay in one place and have ‘em go right by in the middle.” That strategy and perfect timing in traffic sealed the deal for Bacon in Mike and Megan Eubanks’ Wesmar-powered Tel-Star Communications No. 99 Triple-X with a narrow victory over 2008 series champion Johnson.

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May 29th, 2010 - Bacon Bags First ASCS National Win in Steve King Memorial Prelim

May 29th.  Brady Bacon bagged that elusive first career ASCS National feature win by wiring the field in Saturday night’s 30-lap preliminary main event at the Second Annual Boot Hill Casino Steve King Memorial atop the 3/8-mile Jetmore Motorplex dirt oval. The 20-year-old “Broken Arrow Bandit” locked himself into Sunday night’s 35-lap Steve King Memorial championship feature.

Starting from the pole position, Bacon outgunned fellow front row starter Dean Drake (in his ASCS debut) after the initial start was negated when Travis Rilat got upside down in turn four before reaching the green flag. Weathering several cautions over the initial ten laps, Bacon slipped away from the field over the final two-thirds of uninterrupted distance before ultimately taking the checkered flag with nearly a straightaway advantage aboard Mike and Megan Eubanks’ Wesmar-powered Tel-Star Communications No. 99 Triple-X.

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May 29th, 2010 - Hespe Continues Domination in 2010 Winning At Grays Harbor

May 29th.  Seth Hespe continues his winning ways at Grays Harbor Raceway in Elma WA.  Taking advantage of a late race caution, Hespe lead fellow XXX Midget chassis competitor Derek Holmwood to the checkers.  With multiple wins in the start of the 2010 season, Hespe is leading points in his title defense.

 

May 28th, 2010 - Hall Wins Memorial Cup Showdown

May 28th.  More than 40 sprint cars began the night with the NRA Sprint Invaders and the SOD (Sprints on Dirt) groups coming together for battle on the high-banked ¼-mile of thunder. NRA vets Jeff Williams and Luke Hall led the field to green with Hall leaping to the front from his outside front row position. The outside or higher part of the track would prove to be preferred for Hall throughout the 25-lap finale. When the white flag was unfurled, the final lap left open possibilities for each of the three lead drivers to capture the event. With Hall still battling slower cars, Stewart and Sauder went side-by-side moving within a few feet of Hall. When the cars came off of turn four and headed towards the finish, Hall barely held off the challenge of Stewart to win his first feature of the season and only the second all-time at Limaland Motorsports Park. The margin of victory was about ten feet.

 

May 29th, 2010 - Alumbaugh Collects 2nd Career WoW Win

May 29th.  Austin Alumbaugh had a little luck go his way en route to a Saturday night victory with the Winged Outlaw Warriors. At 24 Raceway in Moberly MO, Alumbaugh was running second when the leader punted the wall and flattened his tire, giving the lead and the eventual win to Alumbaugh in his XXX chassis that he bought from XXX dealer BRE in Missouri.

 

May 28th, 2010 - Brookens Wins #5

May 28th.  Team XXX’s hottest driver in the 600 world is Jimmy Brookens, who picked up another victory in the ultra-tough Pennsylvania 600 wars, this time at Path Valley Speedway. The win was Brookens 5th of the season and 3rd at Path Valley. Brookens started from the pole and led every lap.

 

May 29th, 2010 - Shelton Snares First of 2010

May 29th.  Heath Shelton picked up his first victory of 2010, driving his custom XXX chassis to a victory at Cottage Grove Speedway in Oregon. Shelton led the race briefly at the lap 15 mark, but lost the lead thereafter. Shelton, who is built like a NFL left tackle, then took his car to the high groove to make a last lap pass to retake the lead and score the victory.

 

May 29th, 2010 - Lynn Wins Wingless

May 29th.  Bobby Lynn has only had his XXX 600 mini sprint for a short period of time, but he’s already putting up results. Saturday night at Spring Creek Raceway, Lynn took home both his heat race and the main event win in the non wing 600 division, his first win as a member of Team XXX in just his second night in the car. Bobby started the feature 3rd and was leading by the end of the first circuit. Lynn gets his chassis and components from his local authorized XXX dealer Quick Racing Products.

 

May 29th, 2010 - Another "W" for Estes at Cowtown

May 29th.  Cowtown Speedway hosted Mini Sprints once again on Saturday night, and DJ Estes was the class of the field for the second time this year. After winning his heat race, Estes also won the main event in his #74 XXX 600 chassis. Justin Melton added to the XXX honor roll by bringing home third.

 

May 27th, 2010 - Smokey “Smokin” in Colorado

May 27th.  Former URSS champ Smokey Fairbank took his first win of the season at I-76 Speedway in Fort Morgan, CO. After starting mid pack, Fairbank worked his way to the front early, taking the lead by lap 8. After securing the lead, Fairbank held off fellow Team XXX member Patrick Bourke to take the win in his #2 XXX chassis. Congratulations Smokey!

 

May 21st and 22nd, 2010 - Thomas Dominates ASCS 2 Midget Debut With Back-2-Back Wins

May 21st and 22nd.  Tyler Thomas made the most of his 3rd and 4th career midget starts, winning both main events on the debut weekend for the ASCS 2 Midget series. Friday night at Creek County Speedway in Sapulpa OK, Thomas would lead every lap of the feature event, holding off stiff challenges from Team XXX driver Gary Taylor and Tulsa Shootout champ Kevin Bayer. On Saturday, Thomas again reigned supreme, this time leading every lap at the high speed Lawton Speedway in Oklahoma. Blake Hahn made it an all XXX 1-2 by bringing up second place in his Smiley’s sponsored #52.

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May 21st, 2010 - Jenkins Tops ASCS 2 Restricted Feature

May 21st.  Blake Jenkins was the second ASCS 2 main event winner Friday night at Creek County Speedway in Oklahoma. In the restricted 600 division, the Arkansas based 11 year old chased down Will Harvey with 5 laps to go to take his first win with the ASCS 2 series and third overall triumph of 2010 in his XXX 600 mini sprint.

 

May 22nd, 2010 - Hall Takes First Victory at Butler

May 22nd.  Dan Hall was looking at his second straight third place finished in the 410 sprint division at Butler Speedway on Saturday night when a little bit of luck went his way. With a green-white-checkered restart looming, the lead two cars made contact in turn one, retiring one and sending the other to the back. This gave the lead to Hall who parlayed it into his first career win in the division in his #11 XXX chassis. Aaron Smith drove his XXX to the runner up position as XXX chassis were heavily prevalent in the top 10.

 

May 22nd, 2010 - Current  IMCA Points Leader Wins In New XXX

May 22nd.  Chris Graf from Glencoe got a good restart on lap 10 at Arlington Raceway, taking over the top spot going into turn 1.  Chris maintained the lead for the rest of the race, and went on to capture his third feature win of the season.  This win extends his IMCA National points lead.

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May 22nd, 2010 - Phipps First at Jackson

May 22nd.  Frank Phipps picked off his first win of the season in the Stoermer Farms #4s XXX chassis. After his car owner picked up a brand new XXX from Kustom Sprint Car in Iowa, Phipps took the car to victory lane with a win in the 305 division Saturday night at Jackson Speedway in Minnesota.

 

May 22nd, 2010 - Mac Brown Wins First Career Sprint Car Feature

May 22nd.  Mack Brown finally visited victory lane after coming so close in previous weeks this year.  Brown used a lap four opening to shoot into the lead which he would not relinquish. After leading the race on opening night and 24 ¾ of the main last week, Brown scored his first career victory at Skagit Speedway in the Birch Equipment #96x XXX.

 

May 22nd, 2010 - VanDerSys Wins Three In A Row

May 22nd.  Matt VanDerSys won his third straight main event in the Cook Road Shell Sportsman Sprints. VanDerSys, who started sixth, made a power move around the outside of the leader in turn two of the 13th lap. The move stuck, and VanDerSys rode out his momentum to the win, holding off a couple of late race challenges. For VanDerSys, the win was his third in a row in his Timber Trax #30 XXX.

 

May 15th, 2010 - Bienert Gets First Win at Castrol

May 15th.  Congratulations go out to Justin Bienert for scoring his first 2010 victory.  Justin drove his XXX, Custom Automotive Specialties powered car to the win over the 19 car field. The team would like to thank sponsors; MDM Foundations/Julmac Contracting, TurnKey Rotating, Precision Bolting, Al's Restoration, Scott's Foundation Drilling, and Widney Industries for their help in 2010. "Also a BIG thanks to MR. Greg". You can follow the Bienert Boys Racing team throughout the season at bienertboysracing.com.

 

May 14th, 2010 - Martin back on top at RCS

May 14th.  Defending NOSA champion Bob Martin was the class of the field Friday night at River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks, ND. After placing second in his heat, Martin took the A Main win holding off the always fast Mark Dobmeier in his XXX chassis. Martin has been a frequent visitor to victory lane the past three seasons, and his brand new XXX will help him make his run to repeat as NOSA champion. Dobmeier, who uses XXX components, went on to score the 410 win at Knoxville Saturday night.

 

May 15th, 2010 - XXX takes 1-2 @ Waynesfield

May 15th.  XXX chassis took first and second in 360 action in Ohio this weekend, with Luke Hall and Mike Dussel running away from the pack at Waynesfield Raceway Park. Hall led every lap of the main event with Dussel closing in a few times, but unable to make the pass. The win was Hall’s first of 2010, and continues his strong history of performances with his XXX chassis in the Ohio 360 wars. Dussel, racing for Ron Hammons motorsports, equaled his best finish of the year. Your local XXX chassis dealer in Ohio is Kear’s Speed Shop in Tiffin.

 

May 15th, 2010 - VanDerSys Makes It Two In A Row

May 15th.  Matt VanDerSys made it two wins in a row in the Cook Road Shell Sportsman Sprints. Cory Swatzina set out to the early lead and paced the field for the first 11 laps. Bill Rude reeled him close and passed him down low out of turn two to take the point on lap 12, and held it through lap 15 as his cars handling slowly faded. VanDerSys took advantage, slipping by Swatzina then powering underneath Rude on lap 16 to take the lead and the eventual win in his Timber Trax #30 XXX.

 

May 12th, 2010 - Ballou Wins USAC Wingless At Eldora

May 12th.  Robert Ballou picked up a huge win this past Wednesday night at historic Eldora Speedway in Ohio, winning his third main of 2010 and third career main event at the famous half mile. The win was the first for an XXX chassis in the USAC National series as well as the first for XXX at Eldora. Robert took to the point early on then held on for the win in his MPHG Promotions #81, holding off Bryan Clauson and Levi Jones for the win. Triple X Race Co wants to congratulate Robert on the big race win and wish him the best of luck as he gets back at it this weekend.

 

May 7th, 2010 - Rilat & Bacon Take 1-2 at Devil’s Bowl

May 7th.  Travis Rilat and Brady Bacon led a Team XXX Texas two step in ASCS Sprint Bandit TNT action on Friday night. Running at Devil’s Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, Rilat led all thirty laps of the $3,000 A Feature in the Richard Bell owned #50off XXX. Bacon followed Rilat to a close second place finish in the Mike & Megan Eubanks owned #99 XXX. Rilat has won three main events this year, but the wingless score was his first non-wing victory since 2002. Rilat will now also carry the distinction of winning the first ever non-wing event in the long history of Devil’s Bowl.

 

May 8th, 2010 - Hespe Opens Title Defense with Win

May 8th.  Defending Grays Harbor Raceway Ford Focus Midget champion Seth Hespe kick started his charge for back to back title with a win in the first race of the year in his #92 XXX midget. After winning his heat race, Hespe took the lead in the A Feature on lap seven and quickly distanced himself from the field on his way to victory lane. Seth also won his heat race and qualified third fast. Good luck Seth, Brian and the rest of the crew on your pursuit of a second points title.

 

May 8th, 2010 - Miller Triumphant at Cottage Grove

May 8th.  With a week off from his 360 schedule, Kyle Miller returned to his roots with a win in the Limited Sprint division at Cottage Grove Speedway in Oregon. After setting quick time, Miller would lead the first 16 laps of the main before sliding to second. Using traffic to his advantage, Miller would jump back into the lead and hang on to win his first race of the year in his XXX chassis. Triple X Chassis snagged another spot on the podium, with Heath Shelton grabbing third place.

 

May 8th, 2010 - Hurst Get Win At Lemoore and Takes Points Lead

May 8th.  Rookie racer Landon Hurst is enjoying quite a debut in his XXX mini sprint at Lemoore Raceway in California. Competing in the stock class, Hurst won his second main event of the year on Saturday night in the Stonekerken Motorsports #179 XXX. After his initial win on 4/17, Hurst ripped off two second place finishes before hitting victory lane again this week. His win this week also vaulted Hurst into the early season points lead.

 

May 8th, 2010 - Barnes Back In Victory Lane

May 8th.  After starting outside row two, Barnes breezed around the outside of the track, finding a smooth line off the top of turns three and four en route to his first victory of 2010. After Barnes was fastest in qualifying, and was the dominate car in the main, only being breifly challanged by past track champion Travis Jacobson on a mid race restart.

 

May 8th, 2010 - VanDerSys Gets First Career Win After A Hard Fought Battle

May 8th.  Matt VanDerSys won his first career feature in the Cook Road Shell Sportsman Sprints. After leading the first 8 laps, VanDerSys was relegated to second as Michael Bollinger knifed underneath for the lead coming to lap nine. With VanDerSys dogging him, Bollinger would lead laps 9-18 until VanDerSys made a savvy move in traffic, pinning Bollinger behind lapped cars. A lap 19 red flag would result in a green white checkered restart, with VanDerSys bringing home the victory in the Timber Trax #30 XXX.

 

May 5th, 2010 - Ballou leads Team XXX to TNT Win, Bacon 3rd, Rilat 4th

May 5th.  Robert Ballou and the Dallas Mulvaney owned MPHG Promotions #81 XXX chassis put on an outstanding show for the crowd at Houston Raceway Park on Saturday night. After flipping in his heat race, Ballou thrashed his mount back together then raced his way into contention from a 13th place starting position. With his right rear firmly planted on the cushion, Ballou streaked around race leader Brady Bacon on lap 28 to take the lead en route to the win, his second of 2010. Bacon, aboard the Mike & Megan Eubanks Tel-Star Communications #99 XXX, finished third after leading laps 23-28. Travis Rilat, driving the Richard Bell shoptheboss.com #50 XXX, led the first 23 laps and finished fourth. Congratulations go to all three of our team XXX drivers for their finishes and for leading every lap of the main event!

 

May 5th, 2010 - Hebing wins ASCS Patriot Opener

May 5th.  “The Cobra” Chuck Hebing may want to change his nickname to “Mr. Opening Night” after Friday night’s run with the ASCS-Patriot region. After winning his heat race and becoming the first man to run in the 12 second bracket at Black Rock Speedway in Dundee NY, Hebing worked his way through the field and into the lead by the midway point of the feature to take his first win of 2010 in his #45 XXX. The win gives Hebing an astounding 4 victories out of the past 5 ASCS-Patriot opening night events.

 

May 5th, 2010 -Essary goes Wire-to-Wire for OCRS Win

May 5th.  Rafe Essary made easy work of the Oil Capital Racing Series field Saturday night at Tri State Speedway in Pocola, OK. Essary led all 20 laps of the feature, holding off the series points leader Mike Goodman en route to the victory. “(The Track) was getting better and better” said Essary in winner’s circle. He then went on to compliment his XXX chassis, saying “We had a lot of car left.”

 

April 30th, 2010 - Steed Takes XXX to Victory at RPMXXX Hot Streak in PA

April 30th.  April 30th.  Dalton Steed took his beautiful #26 XXX chassis to victory lane at RPM Speedway of Texas on Friday night. Steed’s win is his first in his XXX chassis, and he currently sits 8th in points at the newest dirt track in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Steed’s car was given to him as an 18th Birthday present.

 

April 23rd, 2010 -Lutz and STB Continue the XXX Hot Streak in PA

April 23rd.  XXX wins in Pennsylvania 410 racing continue to pile up. This week, it was the #33 XXX chassis sprinter driven by Scott Lutz.  Lutz found victory lane on Friday at Clinton County Speedway in the Dotterer Equipment 410 Sprint class. This particular XXX chassis was purchased from local XXX dealer STB Performance and equipped with a Scott Baylor Racing Engines 410 ... so this was really a home grown PA win for STB performance.

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April 23rd, 2010 -Zearfoss Takes Down Stout 600 Field for Win

April 23th.  Brock Zearfoss took down a stout field of 600s for his first win of the ’10 campaign, scoring the victory Friday night at Linda’s Speedway in Jonestown, PA. Zearfoss started inside row two, and ran down race leader Jake Murphy to take the lead and the win. After looking fast in his early season Florida runs, Zearfoss is firing on all cylinders now and taking on the best of the PA 600 scene

 

April 24th, 2010 -Rilat 2 for 2 at Devil’s Bowl

April 24th.  Travis Rilat is enjoying the return of weekly sprint car racing at Devil’s Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, TX. Rilat picked up his second win in as many starts at the track this year, winning the main event after chasing down Eric Baldacinni and Michael Lang from his third place starting position. After dispatching of Baldacinni early, Rilat caught Land in lapped traffic then powered underneath him with only four laps left en route to the final flags.

 

April 24th, 2010 - Flyin Ryan Gets First Win Of 2010

April 24th.  Ryan Beechler has been a force in his XXX chassis since 2008, as he has been winning races all across the state of Texas since picking up his XXX. Fast forward to 2010, where Beechler just nabbed his first win of the year at Kennedale Speedway Park in the Racesaver 305 class. Beechler topped the 16 car field for the victory on Saturday night.

 

April 16th, 2010 -Haud and R19 Team Takes XXX to the Top of the WoO

April 16th.  The first XXX chassis rolled onto the race track in May of 2006. From there, the XXX chassis has experienced success on every level but one. The only win remaining to fill the XXX Trophy Case – A World of Outlaws feature win. That spot in the XXX Trophy Case has now been filled, thanks to Jac Haudenschild and the Carnahan Motorsports R19 team. Friday night, April 16, 2010 at Paducah Speedway in Kentucky, Jac took the lead early in the feature, then endured multiple double file restarts to claim victory over the World of Outlaws for himself and all the members of Team XXX.

From all of us at Triple X Race Co, thank you to Jac, Patty, Leonard and Marie as well as team owner Lon Carnahan for letting us be a part of your success.

We also want to thank everyone that has been a part of Triple X Race Co's growth and success. To Lisa, Sharene, Colton, Mel (aka Hair Farmer), Juicebox, Kelsey, Kaleb, Alan, and all the teamXXX racers; thank you for your hard work and dedication in getting us where we are today. The XXX chassis has succeeded at the highest level of our sport. Thank you to everyone who helped us get there!

 

April 16th, 2010 -Wayne Johnson Takes HOT ASCS Lone Star Win

April 16th.  Oklahoma City native Wayne Johnson added another notch to the victory column by racing to victory lane in Friday night’s 25-lap American Sprint Car Series Lone Star Region main event at Heart O’ Texas Speedway.

Taking the wheel of a second Brian Parker No. 9 entry, Johnson led all the way aboard the H&H Racing-powered Champion Dent Repair Triple-X for his 33rd career overall ASCS feature win.

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April 17th, 2010 -Brookens Wins 4th of 2010

April 17th.  Jimmy Brookens continued his tear in Pennsylvania with his 4th win of the year coming Saturday night at Trail-Way Speedway in Hanover. The all time winningest driver in Trail-Way history initially started ninth but made his way up to 2nd place after the first few laps and into the lead by lap six!

 

April 17th, 2010 -Collett Topples URC

April 17th.  Team XXX wants to send congratulations out to Justin Collett and his car owner John Pinter for their winning run this past weekend with the URC Sprints at Delaware International Speedway in Delmar, DE. Starting from the pole, Collett built a solid lead running in clean air, then held off his challengers in traffic to give car owner Pinter his first URC in their XXX chassis.

 

April 17th, 2010 -Hurst Wins 600 Stock in XXX in Third Race Ever

April 17th.  Youngester Landon Hurst found success in his XXX 600 mini sprint this weekend. In only his third race in the Stock 600 division at Lemoore Raceway in California, Hurst took his #179 XXX to victory lane. Congratulations go out to Landon and the Stonekerken Motorsports team for the victory!

 

April 17th, 2010 -Fisher Gets First 410 Win At Skagit On Opening Night

April 17th.  Opening night at Skagit Speedway saw Eric Fisher score his first career victory in the 410 division. Fisher started outside the front row for the 25 lap A Feature, settling in to second place after the initial start. While leader Travis Jacobson streaked away, Fisher patiently worked his car through the different lines on the track. Finding the smoothest line around the surface, Fisher gradually reeled in Jacobson, then powered by him down the back straight around lap ten to secure the lead and eventual win in his family sponsored #59 XXX.

 

April 16th, 2010 -Jimmy Christian Cruises to Clean Sweep

April 16th.  Jimmy Christian pulled off the elusive clean sweep on Friday night at Ocean Speedway in Watsonville, CA in the Wingless Spec Sprint Division. After winning his heat and dash, Christian chased race leader Ryan Bernal around the track for the duration of the race, finishing second. But post race, Bernal failed to meet minimum weight requirements, handing the clean sweep to Christian in the #32 XXX.

 

April 10th, 2010 -Ballou Gassed Up At Gas City

April 10th.  Robert Ballou won his heat race and captured the main event victory at Gas City I-69 Speedway in Indiana Saturday night over Scotty Weir, Thomas Meseraull, Brandon Petty, Dave Darland and Shane Cottle.

 

April 3rd and 10th, 2010 - Jenkins Goes Back-To-Back at I-30

April 3rd and 10th.  Blake Jenkins has been dominant so far in the Horizon (restricted) Mini Sprint division at I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Arkansas. Jenkins has won the past two main events in a row with little challenge. The nephew of Team XXX Sprint Car driver Lewis Jenkins, Blake looks to capture the Horizon Mini Sprint championship as he takes on I-30 all season long.

 

April 10th, 2010 - Short Shreds St Francois

April 10th.  Steve Short kicked off his 2010 campaign with a win in 410 action at St Francois County Raceway in Missouri. After winning the dash, Short led every lap of the feature that was marred with many accidents and restarts. Short, the 2008 Benton Country Track Champion, looks to add another title to his resume in his brand new XXX chassis this year. 

 

April 3rd, 2010 - "The Edge" Dominates Lincoln 410's, Fast at The Grove

April 3rd.  Team XXX wants to send our biggest congratulations out to Brian Montieth, aka "The Edge", along with Jerry Parrish and the rest of the Premier Auto Works team as Brian ran away with the feature win Saturday night at Lincoln Speedway in PA. Montieth beat the best of the best that the PA Posse has to offer, finishing in front of the likes of Rahmer, Dewease and Smith. The win wraps up a successful weekend for Brian, as Friday night he brought home a fifth place finish at Williams Grove after starting 14th.
In victory lane Brian commented "Over the Winter, we talked about going over to a different chassis ... and this and that.  It’s paid off ... this car has been comfortable for me from day one.".
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April 2nd, 2010 - Brookens Wins Third Main of 2010

April 2nd.  Jimmy Brookens has made an ultra-quick transition into his new XXX 600 mini sprint. After winning two of the first three races he entered, Brookens won main event number three on the year at Path Valley Speedway in Spring Run, PA. From his outside pole position, Brookens immediately jumped to the lead which he would hold all the way to the final flags.

 

March 27th, 2010 - Jones Wins 3rd SA 360ci Title

March 27th.  Murray Bridge standout Ryan Jones became the second driver in the history of 360ci Sprintcar racing to capture three consecutive South Australian Championships as he dominated the feature Saturday night at the Tolmer Speedway, Bordertown. After starting from position four in the 30 lap final Jones took the lead on lap nine from Broken Hill resident Josh Ruhs and from that point he was never challenged.

 

March 20th, 2010 - Judd Successfully Defends Victoria Wingless Crownp

March 20th.  Jeff Judd put on a driving clinic as he retained his Victoria Wingless Sprint Car title in his XXX chassis. After placing 1st 2nd and 3rd in his heats, Judd parlayed his inside pole position start to a half lap advantage over the entire field by the time the checkered flags fell, crowning Judd the champ for the second straight year.

 

March 27th, 2010 - Rilat Wires Field At Devil’s Bowl

March 27th.  Travis Rilat was victorious Saturday night at historic Devil’s Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, TX. In the return of ASCS legal Sprint Cars to weekly racing action at the Bowl, Rilat took his pole position start and beat the field solidly as he led every lap of the feature. Win #1 for Rilat in 2010 came over Kolt Walker, Kevin Ramey and Eric Baldicinni.

 

March 20th, 2010 - Jones Breaks Through For A 410ci Victory At George Tatnell Cup

March 20th.  Murray Bridge resident Ryan Jones bounced back from a disappointing Australian 360ci Sprintcar Championship outcome late last month in superb fashion on Saturday night to record his first ever 410ci Sprintcar main event victory in the prestigious George Tatnell Sprintcar Cup at Adelaide’s Speedway City. After starting from the pole position he led the entire 30 lap journey but he had to hold off a determined last lap challenge from former Australian Champion and top qualifier for the event Robbie Farr.
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March 19th and 21st, 2010 - Brookens Kicks Off 2010 With Two Wins!

March 19th and 21st.  Jimmy Brookens jump started his 2010 race season by picking up not one but two wins Pennsylvania 600 action. On Friday night, Brookens began defense of his Path Valley Speedway track championship by leading all 20 laps of the main event as well as winning his heat race. Brookens followed up his Friday victory by heading out to nearby Shippensburg Speedway and topping the tough field of 600s there for a feature win on Sunday. Congratulations Jimmy on the fast start to your season in your new XXX 600!

 

March 20th, 2010 - “Lethal” Leigh Dominates Murray Bridge

March 20th.  “Lethal” Leigh Van Ginneken was kicking *** and taking names in late season Formula 500 action in Australia. After placing second in his two heats, Van Ginneken piloted his XXX to the dash win and led all twenty laps of the A Feature at Murray Bridge Speedway in South Australia. Van Ginneken was on rails, setting a new ten lap speed record for the class during the feature. To follow up Saturdays performance, Van Ginneken scored a second place finish the next day at Premier Speedway in Warrnambool. Congratulations Leigh!

 

March 5th, 2010 - “Wild Child” Takes Third with WoO at Tulare

March 5th.  Jac Haudenschild and the Carnahan Motorsports R19 team found success at the Tulare Thunderbowl on Friday night. Taking on the best Sprint Car drivers in the world, Haud piloted his XXX chassis to a third place finish in the Friday night feature, despite having his top wing destroyed after getting into a flipping Tim Kaeding early in the feature. The Carnahan Motorsports team heads next to Lone Star Speedway in Texas where Jac, Leonard and the crew will look for their first feature win of 2010.

 

February 27th, 2010 - Jones Wins Ross Wright Memorial

February 27th.  Ryan Jones picked off his third triumph of the calendar year and fifth of the 2009/2010 season by winning Saturday night’s Ross Wright Memorial at Murray Bridge Speedway in South Australia. After winning his heat race, Jones led all 25 laps of the wreck filled feature, which saw close to double digit cars sustain DNF’s and six cars flip.

 

February 13th, 2010 - Judd Continues XXX Wingless Winning Ways

February 13th.  Jeff Judd marked his return to driving duties in the Australia Wingless Sprint wars with a win at Premier Speedway in Victoria in his XXX chassis. Judd led every lap of the feature as well as taking the victory in heat race action. The race win marks the 4th in 2010 for XXX chassis in wingless action in Australia.

 

February 19th, 2010 - Sutton Wins King of the Wing(less) Prelim

February 19th.  Darren Sutton won both his qualifiers and grabbed his 2nd main win in his XXX chassis, as he bested the field at Perth Motorplex in Kwiwana Beach, Australia. Running as part of the prestigious King of the Wings event featuring 410, 360, Formula 500 and the Wingless sprints, Sutton’s prelim win sets him up nicely to take home the Wingless finale later this evening.

 

January 23rd, 2010 - Waddell Wins In Perth

January 23rd.  Congratulations go out to Australian young gun Todd Waddell on his first 410 Sprint Car victory. On Saturday, Jan 23rd, Waddell took his Muir Motorsports #60 to victory from his pole position, leading every lap. Waddell’s team set the car up to run the outside of the track, and the Muir Motorsports XXX was the only car who could get around the high groove. “The car was on rails,” said Waddell post race. “I ran through traffic pretty good and having the top section of the racetrack to myself made things pretty easy.”

 

March 13th, 2010 - XXX 1-2 at Murray Bridge

March 13th.  Ryan Jones and “Racin” Jason McIver took their XXX chassis to a 1-2 finish in 360 action at Murray Bridge Speedway in South Australia. From his third place starting position, Jones quickly ascended to the lead and held off the hard charging McIver for the duration of the feature. The win was Jones’ 4th of his season. McIver tied his season best finish with his second place showing. Both drivers now turn their attention to the Australian 360 Championship coming up in two weeks, a title held by Jones for the past two years.

 

January 29th and 30th, 2010 - “Wako” Doubles Up Ruapuna Speedway

January 29th and 30th.  Allan Wakeling brought home back to back wins over the weekend in his XXX Chassis, taking the prestigious “Salute to Goodie” and “Gold Cup” race wins at Ruapuna Speedway in Christchurch, New Zealand. On Friday night, Wakeling led the final eight laps to grab his first win of the year, then followed it up by making a daring mid race pass on Saturday night to secure the back to back victories. The eight time New Zealand national champion now looks to collect number nine heading into next weekend’s New Zealand championship.

 

January 30th, 2010 - Sutton Wins First Wingless Race in XXX

January 30th.  Darren Sutton took his XXX chassis to victory lane at Coates Hire Bunbury Speedway in Western Australia on Saturday night. From his fifth place starting position, Sutton quickly ascended to second place, then used a late restart to take the lead en route to his first non-wing sprint car victory. Congratulations to Darren and the entire team at Sutton SpeedSport!

 

January 23rd, 2010 - XXX Chassis Takes Morgan to Maiden Win

January 23rd.  Richard Morgan won his first career main event, leading all 25 laps of action at Titan Garages Brisbane International Speedway in Australia. Starting outside pole for the feature event, Morgan ran out to a dominating lead, eclipsing the field at the final flag by 1.5 seconds in his Morgan Metalcorp #54 XXX. Team XXX loves being a part of drivers first wins! Congratulations Richard!

 

January 4th, 2010 - Aprile Wins First In 2010 For XXX In Parramatta

January 4th.  Congratulations go out to Brent Aprile, who won the wingless sprint car main event on January 4th at Tyrepower Parramatta City Raceway in his XXX chassis.

 

January 9th, 2010 - Jones is Speedway City’s Top 360

January 9th.  Ryan Jones and his XXX chassis are THE force to be reckoned with in Australia’s 360 scene. Already a back to back state and national champion, Jones won the Speedway City Nationals title for the second time in his young career on Saturday night with little challenge. Ryan next looks to add his first 410 victory to his record, as he prepares for the Grand Annual Sprint Car Classic this month.

 

January 2nd, 2010 - Barker "A3" Down Under

January 2nd.  In only his 4th time ever running a Microsprint, Victorian Rod Barker gets a podium finish at the 2009/2010 Australian Microsprint Title at Portland's Southern 500 Speedway.  Starting 8th in the main, Rod moved his way to 3rd racing past some of the top drivers in AU.  In Rod's own words ... "Mate, I'm still pinching myself".
Congratulations Rod on a great run.