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Thunder in the Valley


Friday, June 4th, 2021 – Thunder Valley Raceway -
Thunder in the Valley – 28 entries
Hyper Racing lucky draw: Eric Webber

Hoosier Speed quick time: Cody Trammell

SPEC Racing Engine heat winners: Cody Trammell, Brandon Coffey,

Bryan Brewer, Keith Langley

Rod End Supply Podium Feature event: Cody Trammel, Brandon Coffey, Justin Davis

Keizer Aluminum Wheel, top five of race, 5th place: Jeff Schindler

Wilwood Brakes, good break of the race 7th place: Greg Dedrick Jr

Saldana Racing Products, Lucky 13th place: Samantha Alloway

Hinchman top running rookie: Adam Turpin

Langley Excavating Hard Charger: Josh Hixson

Bailey Chassis top runner: Cody Trammell

Afco Shocking Moment of race: flips in turn 4

Swat Pest B-Main winner: Aaron Roell

Feature Results:

Cody Trammell
Brandon Coffey
Justin Davis
Kayla Roell
Jeff Schindler
Bryan Brewer
Greg Dedrick Jr.
Travis Stickles
Keith Langley
Adam Turpen
Josh Hixson
Brandon Justus
Samantha Alloway
Dylan Hoover
Jeremy Huebner
Eric Webber
Cody Knieriem
Aaron Roell
Nolan Kiefer
Scott Hoover
Kurt Drake
Cade Flynn

  
Tri- State Speedway -Memorial Day Classic



Sunday, May 30th, 2021 Tri- State Speedway -Memorial Day Classic -
38 entries

Hyper Racing lucky draw: Steve Justis

Hoosier Speed quick time: Jeff Schindler

SPEC Racing Engine heat winners: Justin Davis, Brandon Coffey, Aydn Schmidt, Kayla Roell

Rod End Supply Podium Feature event: Justin Davis, Kayla Roell, Cody Trammel

Keizer Aluminum Wheel, top five of race, 5th place: Bryan Brewer

Wilwood Brakes, good break of the race 7th place: Brandons Coffey

Saldana Racing Products, Lucky 13th place: Brandon Deputy

Hinchman top running rookie: Aydn Schmidt

Langley Excavating Hard Charger: Keith Langley

Bailey Chassis top runner: Justin Davis

Afco Shocking Moment of race:

Swat Pest B-Main winner: Cody Knieriem

Feature Results:
Justin Davis
Kayla Roell
Cody Trammell
Tripp Gerrald
Bryan Brewer
Keith Langley
Brandon Coffey
Jeff Schindler
Rod Henning
Brad Strunk
Adyn Schmidt
Nolan Kiefer
Brandon Deputy
Aaron Roell
Dean Parker
Cale Medler
Samantha Alloway
Josh Hixson
Dalton Bayer
Brandon Justus
Steve Justis
Cody Knieriem

   
Twin Cities Raceway – Mini Sprint Rumble



Saturday, May 22nd, 2021 – Twin Cities Raceway – Mini Sprint Rumble - 25 entries

Hyper Racing lucky draw: Rod Henning

Hoosier Speed quick time: Jeff Schindler

SPEC Racing Engine heat winners: Tripp Gerald, Rod Henning, Brandon Coffey

Rod End Supply Podium Feature event: Tripp Gerald, Brandon Coffey, Rod Henning

Keizer Aluminum Wheel, top five of race, 5th place: Kayla Roell

Wilwood Brakes, good break of the race 7th place: Brandon Justus

Saldana Racing Products, Lucky 13th place: Eli Fox

Hinchman top running rookie: Brandon Justus

Langley Excavating Hard Charger: Keith Langley

Bailey Chassis top runner: Tripp Gerald

Afco Shocking Moment of race: Jeremy Huebner, Bryan Brewer (turn two incident)

Swat Pest B-Main winner:

Feature Results:

Tripp Gerald
Brandon Coffey
Rod Henning
Jeff Schindler
Kayla Roell
Justin Davis
Brandon Justus
Aaron Roell
Jeremy Huebner
Keith Langley
Samantha Alloway
Greg Dedrick Jr.
Eli Fox
Ben Kissel
Travis Stickels
Eric Webber
Levi Whitehouse
Cade Flynn
Brad Strunk
Scott Hoover
Austin England
Kendrick Perry
 
 
Saturday, May 15th, 2021 – Tri-State Speedway

 

Tri-State Speedway – Midwest Madness -36 entries

 

Hyper Racing lucky draw: Steve Justis

 

Hoosier Speed quick time: Jeff Schindler

 

SPEC Racing Engine heat winners: Kayla Rolle, Justin Davis, Jeff Schindler, Bryan Brewer

 

Rod End Supply Podium Feature event: Jeff Schindler, Jaylon Mills, Kayla Rolle

 

Keizer Aluminum Wheel, top five of race, 5th place: Brandon Coffey

 

Wilwood Brakes, good break of the race 7th place:  Bryan Brewer

 

Saldana Racing Products, Lucky 13th place: Brandon Smith

 

Hinchman top running rookie: Nolan Keifer

 

Langley Excavating Hard Charger: Dean Parker

 

Bailey Chassis top runner: Jeff Schindler

 

Afco Shocking Moment of race: Jeremy Huebner, Dean Parker (up in smoke) 

 

Swat Pest B-Main winner: Dean Parker

 

 

Feature Results:

Jeff Schindler

Jaylon Mills

Kayla Roell

Jac Nickles

Brandon Coffey

Justin Davis

Bryan Brewer

Dean Parker

Nolan Kiefer

Keith Langley

Chase Fischer

Brandon Justus

Brandon Smith

Adam Taylor

Logan Anderson

Aaron Roell

Greg Dedrick Jr.

Adam Turpen

Aydn Schmidt

Steve Justis

Kenneth Bowers

Jeremy Huebner

  

Saturday, May 1st, 2021 – Lincoln Park Speedwayy


Winged Warrior Weekend - 33 entries

Hyper Racing lucky draw: Jaylon Mills

Hoosier Speed quick time: Bryan Brewer

SPEC Racing Engine heat winners: Kayla Roelle, Keith Langley, Bryan Brewer, Brad Strunk

Rod End Supply Podium Feature event: Brad Strunk, Bryan Brewer, Rod Henning

Keizer Aluminum Wheel, top five of race, 5th place: Cody Trammell

Wilwood Brakes, good break of the race 7th place: Brandon Coffey

Saldana Racing Products, Lucky 13th place: Logan Anderson

Hinchman top running rookie: Nolan Keifer

Langley Excavating Hard Charger: Jac Nickles

Bailey Chassis top runner: Brad Strunk

Afco Shocking Moment of race: Jeremy Huebner, flip

Swat Pest B-Main winner: Jac Nickels

Feature Results:
Brad Strunk
Bryan Brewer
Rod Henning
Jaylon Mills
Cody Trammell
Brandon Cascadden
Brandon Coffey
Jac Nickles
Justin Davis
Keith Langley
Jeff Schindler
Nolan Kiefer
Logan Anderson
Matt Cogley
Cody Knieriem
Samantha Alloway
Aaron Roell
Jeremy Huebner
Cale Medler
Kayla Roell
Scott Hoover
Alex Cogley
 


Saturday, April 17th, 2021 - Tri-State Speedway - Night with USAC/MSCS 
  
38 entries

Hyper Racing lucky draw: Samantha Beadles

Hoosier Speed quick time: Jeff Schindler

SPEC Racing Engine heat winners: Justin Davis, Jeff Schindler, Kayla Roell, Cale Medler

Rod End Supply Podium Feature event: Justin Davis, Jeff Schindler, Kayla Roell Keizer Aluminum Wheel, top five of race, 5th place: Cody Trammell Wilwood Brakes, good break of the race 7th place: Cale Medler Saldana Racing Products, Lucky 13th place: Brandon Smith

Hinchman top running rookie: Brandon Justus

Langley Excavating Hard Charger: Aaron Roell

Bailey Chassis top runner: Justin Davis

Afco Shocking Moment of race: Jaylon Mills up in smoke

Swat Pest B-Main winner: Bryan Brewer

Feature Results:

Justin Davis
Jeff Schindler
Kayla Roell
Brandon Coffey
Cody Trammell
Keith Langley
Cale Medler
Aaron Roell
Dean Parker
Raymond Holden
Logan Anderson
Bryan Brewer
Brandon Smith
Brendon Cascadden
Brandon Justus
Adam Turpen
Alex Cogley
Jeremy Huebner
Brad Strunk
Austin England
Jaylon Mills
Greg Dedrick Jr

 
Saturday, April 17th, 2021 Tri-State Speedway Night with WOO

 

23 entries Hyper Racing lucky draw: TBD

 

Schafer Oil quick time: Jeff Schindler

 

SPEC Racing Engine heat winners: Jeff Schindler, Kayla Roell, Jaylon Mills

 

Rod End Supply Podium Feature event: Aydn Schmidt, Jeff Schindler, Cody Trammell

 

Keizer Aluminum Wheel, top five of race, 5th place, Justin Davis

 

Wilwood Brakes, good break of the race 7th place, Rod Henning

 

Saldana Racing Products, Lucky 13th place, Nolan Keifer

 

Hinchman top running rookie, Aydn Schmidt

 

Hoosier Speed, hard luck of the race, Logan Anderson

 

Langley Hard Charger, Brandon Coffey +12 finished 4th

 

Bailey Chassis: top runner Aydn Schmidt

   

Hoosier Speed Feature Results:
 

Aydn Schmidt

Jeff Schindler

Cody Trammell

Brandon Coffey

Justin Davis

Brad Strunk

Rod Henning

Jeffery Wallace

Cale Medler

Kayla Roell

Aaron Roell

Dean Parker

Nolan Keifer

Keith Langley

Bryan Brewer

Josh Hixson

Raymond Holden

Greg Dedrick Jr

James Meny

Brandon Deputy

Jaylon Mills

Brendon Cascadden

Logan Anderson

 

2020 MMSA Champion


2020 MMSA Champion Jaylon Mills
  
 
2020 MMSA Rookie of the Year


2020 MMSA Rookie of the Year Jeremy Huebner
 
Saturday October 10th, 2020 Harvest Cup

Saturday October 10th, 2020

Tri-State Speedway

Harvest Cup

31 entries

 

Schafer Oil quick time: Jeff Schindler

 

SPEC Racing Engine heat winners: Dean Parker, Ethan Rutherford, Justin Davis

 

Rod End Supply Podium Feature event: Jaylon Mills, Keith Langley, Dean Parker

Keizer Aluminum Wheel, top five of race, 5th place, Brandon Coffey

Wilwood Brakes, good break of the race 7th place, Jeff Schindler

 

Saldana Racing Products, Lucky 13th place, Anthony Haas

 

Hinchman top running rookie, Kayla Roell

 

Hoosier Speed, hard luck of the race, Aydn Schmidt

 

Langley Hard Charger, Jeff Schindler

 

Feature Results:

Jaylon Mills

Keith Langley

Dean Parker

Justin Davis

Brandon Coffey

Ethan Rutherford

Jeff Schindler

Jac Nickles

Kayla Roell

Mike Neau

Logan Anderson

Jeremy Huebner

Anthony Haas

Brandon Smith

Cake Medler

Brandon Deputy

Josh Hixson

Mike Miles

Aydn Schmidt

Raymond Holden

Greg Dedrick Jr.

 


Friday October 2nd, 2020 Thunder Valley Raceway Fall Sprint Show

 

 

Friday October 2nd, 2020

Thunder Valley Raceway

Fall Sprint Show

25 entries

 

Schafer Oil quick time: Jeff Schindler

SPEC Racing Engine heat winners: Kayla Roell, Jaylon Mills, Jeff Schindler, Ethan Rutherford

Rod End Supply Podium Feature event: Jaylon Mills, Brandon Coffey, Brandon Deputy

Keizer Aluminum Wheel, top five of race, 5th place, Keith Langley

Wilwood Brakes, good break of the race 7th place, Kayle Roell

Saldana Racing Products, Lucky 13th place, Alex Congley

Hinchman top running rookie, Kayla Roell

Hoosier Speed, hard luck of the race, Dean Parker

Langley Hard Charger, Bryan Brewer.

 

Feature Results:

Jaylon Mills

Brandon Coffey

Brandon Deputy

Ethan Rutherford

Keith Langley

Jac Nickles

Kayla Roell

Anthony Haas

Jeremy Huebner

Bryan Brewer

Jeff Schindler

Josh Hixson

Alex Cogley

Justin Davis

Travis Stickels

Aaron Roell

Greg Dedrick Jr.

Matt Cogley

Mike Miles

Colin Miller

Austin England

James Meny

Nolan Kiefer

Dean Parker

Dave Jackson

 

 

Saturday September 26th, 2020 Wayne County Speedway Trump 45 night


Saturday September 26th, 2020

Wayne County Speedway

Trump 45 night

22 entries

Schafer Oil quick time: Cody Trammell

SPEC Racing Engine heat winners: Jaylon Mills, Cody Trammell, Tripp Gerrald

Rod End Supply Podium Feature event: Jeff Schindler, Jaylon Mills, Brandon Deputy

Keizer Aluminum Wheel, top five of race, 5th place, Anthony Haas

Wilwood Brakes, good break of the race 7th place, Travis Stickles

Saldana Racing Products, Lucky 13th place, Aaron Roell

Hinchman top running rookie, Jeremy Huebner

Hoosier Speed, hard luck of the race, Cody Trammell

Langley Hard Charger, Brandon Coffey, Mike Miles

Feature Results:

Jeff Schindler

Jaylon Mills

Brandon Deputy

Jeremy Huebner

Anthony Haas

Travis Stickels

Bryan Brewer

Brandon Coffey

Austin England

Keith Langley

Ethan Rutherford

Mike Miles

Aaron Roell

Kayla Roell

Steve Justis

Tripp Gerrald

Justin Davis

Doug Johnson

Dylan Moan

Dean Parker

Cody Trammell

Greg Dedrick Jr.

  

Friday September 25th, 2020 Thunder Valley Raceway Tony Stewart Night


 

Friday September 25th, 2020

Thunder Valley Raceway

Tony Stewart Night

24 entries

Schafer Oil quick time: Jac Nickles

SPEC Racing Engine heat winners: Jeff Schindler, Brendon Cascadden, Jac Nickles

Rod End Supply Podium Feature event: Brandon Coffey, Jaylon Mills, Thomas Gerrald

Keizer Aluminum Wheel, top five of race, 5th place, Ethan Rutherford

Wilwood Brakes, good break of the race 7th, Jeremy Huebner

Saldana Racing Products, Lucky 13th, Jeff Schindler

Hinchman top running rookie, Kayla Roell

Hoosier Speed, hard luck of the race, Jeff Schindler

Langley Hard Charger, Jaylon Mills

Feature Results:

Brandon Coffey

Jaylon Mills

Tripp Gerrald

Kayla Roell

Ethan Rutherford

Anthony Haas

Jeremy Huebner

Brandon Deputy

Colin Miller

Mike Miles

Greg Dedrick Jr.

Josh Hixson

Jeff Schindler

Aaron Roell

James Meny

Travis Stickels

Austin England

David Jackson

Brendon Cascadden

Jac Nickles

Justin Davis

Keith Langley

Bryan Brewer

Eric Huebner

    

Sunday September 6th, 2020 Tri-State Speedway Labor Day Weekend Specail

 

Sunday September 6th, 2020

 

Tri-State Speedway

 

Labor Day Weekend Specail

 

23 entries

 

 

Schafer Oil quick time: Dean Parker

 

 

SPEC Racing Engine heat winners: Ethan Rutherford, Cale Medler, Jaylon Mills

 

 

Rod End Supply Podium Feature event: Brandon Coffey, Jaylon Mills, Jeff Schindler

 

Keizer Aluminum Wheel, top five of race, 5th place, Kayla Roell

 

 

Wilwood Brakes, good break of the race 7th, Dean Parker

 

 

Saldana Racing Products, Lucky 13th, Brandon Deputy

 

 

Hinchman top running rookie, Kayla Roell

 

 

Hoosier Speed, hard luck of the race, Dennis Milligan

 

 

Langley Hard Charger, Mike Miles

 

 

Feature Results:

 

Brandon Coffey

 

Jaylon Mills

 

Jeff Schindler

 

Ethan Rutherford

 

Kayla Roell

 

Cale Medler

 

Dean Parker

 

Doug Johnson

 

Logan Anderson

 

Bryan Brewer

 

Mike Miles

 

Keith Langley

 

Brandon Deputy

 

Greg Dedrick Jr.

 

Raymond Holden

 

Jeremy Huebner

 

Justin Davis

 

Jeramie England

 

Dalton Bayer

 

James Meny

 

Aaron Roell

 

Dennis Milligan

 

Austin England

Saturday September 5th, 2020  Wayne County Speedway Labor Day Weekend Special

 

 

Saturday September 5th, 2020

Wayne County Speedway

Labor Day Weekend Special

19 entries

Schafer Oil quick time: Jeff Schindler

SPEC Racing Engine heat winners: Jeff Schindler, Keith Langley, Jaylon Mills

Rod End Supply Podium Feature event: Jaylon Mills, Brandon Deputy, Brandon Coffey

Keizer Aluminum Wheel, top five of race, 5th place, Jeff Schindler

Wilwood Brakes, good break of the race 7th, Austin England

Saldana Racing Products, Lucky 13th, Logan Anderson

Hinchman top running rookie, Jeremy England

Hoosier Speed, hard luck of the race, Logan Anderson

Langley Excavating Hard Charger, Dean Parker

Wayne County Speedway Results

Feature Results:

Jaylon Mills

Brandon Deputy

Brandon Coffey

Jeremy Huebner

Jeff Schindler

Dean Parker

Austin England

Kayla Roell

Bryan Brewer

Dalton Bayer

Greg Dedrick Jr.

Aaron Roell

Logan Anderson

Ethan Rutherford

Keith Langley

Doug Johnson

Mike Miles

Justin Davis

Jeramie England

Saturday August 22nd, 2020 Licoln Park Speedway Mini Sprint Nationals


Saturday August 22nd, 2020
Licoln Park Speedway
Mini Sprint Nationals
24 entries

Schafer Oil quick time: Jac Nickels

SPEC Racing Engine heat winners: Keith Langley, Brad Strunk, Jac Nickels

Rod End Supply Podium Feature event: Brandon Coffey, Jac
Nickels, Jaylon Mills

Keizer Aluminum Wheel, top five of race, 5th place, Brad Strunk

Wilwood Brakes, good break of the race 7th, Ethan Rutherford

Saldana Racing Products, Lucky 13th, Kayla Roell

Hinchman top running rookie, Jeremy Huebner

Hoosier Speed, hard luck of the race, James Meny

Langley Hard Charger, Alex Congley

Feature Results:
Brandon Coffey
Jac Nickles
Jaylon Mills
Keith Langley
Brad Strunk
Jeff Schindler
Ethan Rutherford
Anthony Haas
Jeremy Huebner
Bryan Brewer
Anthony Adams
Kayla Roell
Mike Miles
Alex Cogley
Travis Stickels
Matt Cogley
Eric Huebner
Dave Jackson
Cody Trammell
Ira McGill
Erik Norman
Aaron Roell
Jeramie England
James Meny


Friday August 21, 2020 Bloomington Speedway Mini Sprint Nationals



August 21, 2020
BloomingtonFriday  Speedway
Mini Sprint Nationals
27 entries

Schafer Oil quick time: Jeremy Huebner
SPEC Racing Engine heat winners: Jeff Schindler, Jeremy Huebner, Josh Hixson
Rod End Supply Podium Feature event: Keith Langley, Jac Nickles, Cody Trammell
Keizer Aluminum Wheel, top five of race, 5th place, Bryan Brewer
Wilwood Brakes, good break of the race 7th, Jeremy Huebner
Saldana Racing Products, Lucky 13th, Colin Miller
Hinchman top running rookie, Bryan Brewer
Hoosier Speed, hard luck of the race, Dedrick and Congley
Langley Hard Charger, Brandon Coffey
Bloomington Speedway Results
Keith Langley
Jac Nickles
Cody Trammell
Brad Strunk
Bryan Brewer
Brandon Coffey
Jeremy Huebner
Mike Miles
Anthony Haas
Ethan Rutherford
Jeff Schindler
Josh Hixson
Colin Miller
Kayla Roell
Matt Cogley
Aaron Roell
Austin England
James Meny
Eric Huebner
Ira McGill
Doug Johnson
Brandon Smith
Jaylon Mills
Erik Norman
Couldn’t Start:
Alex Cogley, Greg Dedrick Jr., Chase Fisher

 
Saturday August 8, 2020 Lincoln Park Speedway

Saturday August 8, 2020
Lincoln Park Speedway
Mini Sprint Stampede
24 entries

Schafer Oil quick time: Rod Henning

SPEC Racing Engine heat winners: Keith Langley, Rod
Henning, Brandon Coffey

Rod End Supply Podium Feature event: Jaylon Mills, Brandon Coffey, Jeff Schnidler

Keizer Aluminum Wheel, top five of race, 5th place, Mike Miles

Wilwood Brakes, good break of the race 7th, Anthony Adams

Saldana Racing Products, Lucky 13th, Doug Johnson

Hinchman top running rookie, Mike Miles

Hoosier Speed, hard luck of the race, Ethan Rutherford

Langley Hard Charger, Anthony Adams

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Lincoln Park Speedway Results
Jaylon Mills
Brandon Coffey
Jeff Schindler
Brandon Deputy
Mike Miles
Anthony Haas
Anthony Adams
Kayla Roell
Greg Dedrick Jr.
Erik Norman
Keith Langley
Jeremy Huebner
Doug Johnson
Greg Barnes
Ethan Rutherford
Rod Henning
Raymond Holden
Jeremy England
Dean Parker
Ira McGill

Couldn’t Start:
Cale Medler, Bryan Brewer, Aaron Roell, Austin England


  
Friday, July 24, 2020

 

Friday, July 24, 2020

Bloomington Speedway

Summer Showdown

23 entries

 

Schafer Oil quick time: Keith Langley

 

SPEC Racing Engine heat winners: Jeremy Huebner, Keith

Langley, Brandon Coffey

Rod End Supply Podium Feature event: Brandon Coffey, Jeff Schindler, Cale Medler

Keizer Aluminum Wheel, top five of race, 5th place, Brandon Deputy

Wilwood Brakes, good break of the race 7th, Kayla Roell

Saldana Racing Products, Lucky 13th, James Meny

Hinchman top running rookie, Kayla Roell

Hoosier Speed, hard luck of the race, Keith Langley

Langley Hard Charger, Travis Stickles

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Bloomington Speedway Results

Brandon Coffey
Jeff Schindler
Cale Medler
Dean Parker
Brandon Deputy
Ethan Rutherford
Kayla Roell
Jeremy Huebner
Mike Miles
Travis Stickles
Erik Norman
Anthony Haas
James Meny
Aaron Roell
Raymond Holden
Greg Dedrick Jr.
Josh Hixson
Jaylon Mills
Keith Langley
Bryan Brewer
Austin England

 

Couldn’t Start:

Anthony Adams
Logan Anderson

 

Saturday, July 17, 2020

 

Saturday, July 17, 2020
Thunder Valley Raceway
Summer Sizzler
18 entries
Schafer Oil quick time: Jaydon Mills
SPEC Racing Engine heat winners: Brandon Coffey, Keith Langley, Jeff Schindler
Rod End Supply Podium Feature event: Keith Langley, Brandon Coffey, Jaylon Mills
Keizer Aluminum Wheel, top five of race, 5th place, Ethan Rutherford
Wilwood Brakes, good break of the race 7th, Bryan Brewer
Saldana Racing Products, Lucky 13th, Austin England
Hinchman top running rookie, Jeremy Huebner
Hoosier Speed, hard luck of the race, Jeff Schindler
Langley Hard Charger, Jaylon Mills
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HEAT RACE WINNERS: Brandon Coffey, Keith Langley, Jeff Schindler

FEATURE RESULTS:

Keith Langley
Brandon Coffey
Jaylon Mills
Jeremy Huebner
Ethan Rutherford
Anthony Haas
Bryan Brewer
Colin Miller
Brandon Deputy
Kayla Roell
Mike Miles
Greg Barnes
Austin England
Jeff Schindler
Greg Dedrick Jr.
Aaron Roell
Dean Parker
Justin Davis

 

   

Mid Season Matchup


Friday, July 10, 2020

Paragon Speedway

 

Mid Season Matchup

21 entries

 

Schafer Oil quick time: Keith Langley

 

SPEC Racing Engine heat winners: Greg Dedrick, Keith Langley, Drew Dorsett

 

Rod End Supply Podium Feature event: Keith Langley, Drew Dorsett, Jaylon Mills

 

Keizer Aluminum Wheel, top five of race, 5th place, Ethan Rutherford

 

Wilwood Brakes, good break of the race 7th, Bryan Brewer

 

Saldana Racing Products, Lucky 13th, Logan Anderson

 

Hinchman top running rookie, Bryan Brewer

 

Hoosier Speed, hard luck of the race, Brandon Deputy

 

Langley Hard Charger, Jeff Schindler

 

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HEAT RACE WINNERS: Greg Dedrick, Keith Langley, Drew Dorsett

 

FEATURE RESULTS:
A-Main Results:
Keith Langley
Drew Dorsett
Jaylon Mills
Brandon Coffey
Ethan Rutherford
Dean Parker
Bryan Brewer
Anthony Adams
Kayla Roell
Colin Miller
Jeff Schindler
Justin Davis
Logan Anderson
Anthony Haas
Erik Norman
Jeremy Huebner
Austin England
Josh Hixson

 

Unable to start:
Brandon Deputy, Greg Dedrick Jr. , Alex Shipman

 

Tri-State Speedway Sunday, July 5, 2020


Sunday, July 5, 2020 Tri-State Speedway American Classic

23 entries
Schafer Oil quick time: Ethan Rutherford

SPEC Racing Engine heat winners: Dean Parker, Keith Langley, Jaylon Mills

Rod End Supply Podium Feature event: Brandon Coffey, Jeff Schindler, Jaylon Mills

Keizer Aluminum Wheel, top five of race, 5th place, Anthony Haas

Wilwood Brakes, good break of the race 7th, Brandon Smith

Saldana Racing Products, Lucky 13th, Bryan Brewer

Hinchman top running rookie, Bryan Brewer

Hoosier Speed, hard luck of the race, Cale Medler

Langley Hard Charger, Anthony Haas

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HEAT RACE WINNERS: Brandon Coffey 2 Jac Nickles 1 Colin Miller 1 Dean Parker 1 Keith Langley 1 Jaylon Mills 1

FEATURE RESULTS: A-Main Results: Brandon Coffey Jeff Schindler Jaylon Mills Ethan Rutherford Anthony Haas Dean Parker Brandon Smith Justin Davis Brandon Deputy Logan Anderson Keith Langley Greg Dedrick Jr. Bryan Brewer Raymond Holden Kayla Roell Mike Miles Dalton Bayer Aaron Roell Jeremy Huebner Cale Medler James Meny Erik Norman Greg Barnes 


MMSA Battle at B’town

 

Saturday, June 20, 2020

Brownstown Speedway

MMSA Battle at B’town

21 entries


Schafer Oil quick time: Jac Nickles


SPEC Racing Engine heat winners: Brandon Coffey, Jac Nickles, Colin Miller


Rod End Supply Podium Feature event: Rod Henning, Jaylon Mills, Anthony Haas


Keizer Aluminum Wheel, top five of race, 5th place, Jeff Schindler


Wilwood Brakes, good break of the race 7th, Ethan Rutherrford


Saldana Racing Products, Lucky 13th, Bryan Brewer


Hinchman top running rookie, Jeremy Huebner


Hoosier Speed, hard luck of the race, Dean Parker


Langley Hard Charger, Jaylon Mills


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HEAT RACE WINNERS:
Brandon Coffey 2

Jac Nickles 1

Colin Miller 1

 

FEATURE RESULTS:
Rod Henning, Jaylon Mills, Anthony Haas, Cody Trammell, Jeff Schindler, Jeremy Huebner,
Ethan Rutherford, Colin Miller, Brandon Deputy, Logan Anderson, Kayla Roell, Keith Langley,
Bryan Brewer, Austin England, Alex Shipman, Jac Nickles, Justin Davis, Erik Norman,
Brandon Coffey, Dean Parker

COULDN’T START:
Greg Dedrick Jr.

 

Tri-State Speedway Results 6-14-20


Sunday, June 14, 2020


Tri-State Speedway
MMSA Spring Showdown!


25 entries. 
Schafer Oil quick time: Ethan Rutherford
SPEC Racing Engine heat winners: 
Jeff Schindler, Brandon Coffey , Ethan Rutherford
Rod End Supply Podium Feature event: 
Keith Langley, Ethan Rutherford, Jaylon Mills
Keizer Aluminum Wheel, 5th place, Jac Nickles (Parker)
Wilwood Brakes, good break 7th, Drew Dorsett (Parker)
Saldana Racing Products, Lucky 13th, Matt Cogley (Holden)
Hinchman top running rookie, Jeremy Huebner
Hoosier Speed, hard luck of the race, Justin Davis
Langley Hard Charger, Alex Cogley


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HEAT RACE WINNERS:
Jeff Schindler-1
Brandon Coffey-1
Ethan Rutherford-1

FEATURE RESULTS:
Keith Langley, Ethan Rutherford, Jaylon Mills, Jeff Schindler, Jac Nickles, Anthony Haas, Drew Dorsett,
Dean Parker, Alex Cogley, Brandon Deputy, Logan Anderson, Jeremy Huebner, Matt Cogley, Raymond Holden, Kayla Roell, Anthony Adams, Greg Barnes, Brandon Cascaden, Cale Medler, Justin Davis
UNABLE TO START:
Mike Miles, Cody Trammell, Greg Dedrick, Brandon Coffey, Ira McGill

   

Racing Update

Update on MMSA.....

 

Sunday night, June 14th, will be the first race of the 2020 season, (if all continues well).

The “Showdown” race will be at Tri-State Speedway in Haubstadt, Indiana.
Bringing the cancelled spring event and summer race into one, big night, Sunday night in June!

 

MMSA series will be in support of the USAC/MSCS series event. This will be a winged event.

All events leading up to this date has be canceled or will be rescheduled.

Second night of MMSA will be part of the Sprint Spectacular at Brownstown Speedway on Saturday night June 20th.

 

Practice dates are pending at this time.

 

There is on going discussions with tracks promoters about other dates and or adding other potential racing dates. Once those are finalized, we will update the schedule as needed.

 

Till then be safe!
Thanks for your continued support of MMSA!

 

  

Good morning MMSA family and friends.

The early MMSA registration is now available.
MMSA memberships for 2020 will be $85.
If you register with MMSA before April 1st the cost of registration will be $75.


Here is the link to become a MMSA member.

http://www.midwestminisprints.com/2019MMSAMEMBER.pdf

 

But wait there is more....USAC memberships are also online.

Those memberships are $150, that comes with driver insurance.

Here is the link to USAC memberships

https://usacracing.redpodium.com/2020-usac-sprint-midget-si…


Additional savings....by sending your MMSA membership and a copy of your USAC membership


the cost of MMSA will be $65.


Thanks and good luck
 

Tri-State Speedway and the MSCS 2020 schedule

Well I hope by now you all have seen that Tri-State Speedway and the MSCS 2020 schedule is out and MMSA has teamed up with Tri-State Speedway some 7 times this season.
Some shows of interest, five times with MSCS sprints, twice with USAC sprints, once with USAC midgets, once with WOO late models!

It was hard to keep this one under wraps till January 1st when we decided to release those dates....so here ya all go Happy New Year!

*APRIL 18 (SAT.) SPRINT SHOWDOWN - MSCS/USAC SPRINTS & MMSA MINI SPRINTS

* MAY 24 (SUN.) MEMORIAL WEEKEND CLASSIC - MSCS SPRINTS, MODIFIEDS, MMSA MINI SPRINTS

*MAY 30 (SAT.) WORLD OF OUTLAW LATE MODELS & MMSA MINI SPRINTS

*JUNE 13 (SAT.) SUMMER SHOWDOWN - MSCS SPRINTS, MODIFIEDS, MMSA MINI SPRINTS

*JULY 18 (SAT.) SPRINT STAMPEDE - MSCS SPRINTS, MOWA SPRINTS, MMSA MINI SPRINTS

*AUG. 1 (SAT.) USAC SPRINT WEEK - USAC SPRINTS & MMSA MINI SPRINTS

*OCT. 10 (SAT.) THE HARVEST CUP - MSCS SPRINTS, USAC MIDGETS, MMSA MINI SPRINTS

 

   

Saturday November 9th

Night to celebrate and honor our 2019 Midwest Mini Sprint Association Champion, Cody Trammell, along with the top 20 in this years chase for the championship!

The banquet will be held at the indoor karting banquet room in French Lick, IN.

Doors 3:00
Eat 4:00
Awards 5:00
Race for the traveling trophy to follow awards ceremony!

Having a great response of RSVP's to this event already. Tickets are limited, if you have not contacted me, please do so at your earliest convenience.

As always driver or car owner must be present to accept any awards.

Thanks Kevin  

Strunk wins season Finale...


 Brad Strunk piloted his lightning sprint to yet another win for 2019 to put the wraps on another season.

Twenty-two entries made their appearance to the famed Tri-State Speedway Saturday night. Strunk would have a perfect night, he won his prelim in dominate fashion and then went to pace the field on 22 to the checkers for the final time in 2019.

Brandon Smith and Anthony Haas would lead the field to green. Haas would get the jump on the field and lead the first section of the main event followed closely by Rod Henning and Brad Strunk. The trio would catch lap traffic early to help Rod Henning would take the top spot, Strunk would move to second. Strunk would eventually get the better of the lap traffic to over haul Henning for the lead to cruise to the final MMSA event of 2019.
Top ten were Strunk, Henning, Trammell, Haas, Jeff Schindler, Jaylon Mills, Brandon Coffey, Brandon Smith, Cindy Chambers and Ethan Rutherford.
The feature evert went from green to checkers in a matter of less then 5 minutes.
Heat race winners were, Strunk, Trammell, and Haas.

MMSA crowned their 2019 Champion also last evening, Cody Trammell had a great year to win back to back series titles. Strunk would finish second, with Brandon Coffey, Anthony Haas and Keith Langley rounding out the top five for 2019.
The MMSA banquet will be Saturday night November 9th at the French Lick Indoor Karting.

  
Gas City Speedway brings forth 26 MMSA/AMSA Lightning Sprint cars


Gas City Speedway brings forth 26 MMSA/AMSA Lightning Sprint cars with yet another first time Midwest Mini Sprint Association (MMSA) winner in 2019. This time it was Ottawa Ohio’s young gun, Ryan Moran to join the list of MMSA feature winners.

Moran would roll of 5th in his heat and race his way to a 2nd place heat finish. His 2nd place finish would earn him a 3rd starting position in the main event. Max Brannam and Brandon Deputy would lead the full field of cars to the green. Brannam would get the jump and lead the first few laps before the red would fly with the roll over of Max Cogley. He would refire and come back with a 13th place finish.

The race would restart Brannam out front with Jac Nickels ready to pounce, and when the opportunity came Jac went to the point. As luck would have it, Nickels would have to retire his entry with steering mechanical issues while leading the main event. With Nickels out of the event, this opened up the gates for Ryan Moran and Cody Trammell to settle the main event between themselves. Moran would set pace but Trammell would not let him out of his sights. Lap after lap Trammell would hound Moran but Moran would consistantly run perfect laps. He would pick up his first MMSA victory ahead of Trammell, AMSA regular Chris Miller, Anthony Haas, Keith Langley, Chris Bounds, Brandon Deputy, Howard McCormick, Brandon Coffey and Adam Schmeck would round out the top 10.

Prelims were won by Brandon Deputy, Austin Powell and Jac Nichels.

Next and final MMSA event of 2019 will be October 19th at Tri-State Speedway

 
Thunder Valley Raceway Results


Heat Race Winners:
Jac Nickles
Colin Miller

Feature Results:
Cody Trammell
Jac Nickles
Alex Cogley
Ethan Rutherford
Anthony Haas
Austin Powell
Brandon Deputy
Keith Langley
Colin Miller
Brandon Coffey
Cindy Chambers
Matt Cogley
Travis Stickels
Cody Beard
Mike Farr

Couldn’t start:
Justin Davis

 
Night 2 of the USAC/MMSA Lightning Sprint Nationals goes to a first time MMSA winner, Jeff Schindler!
                    

Just 3 weeks earlier Schindler's car sat upside down in turn one at Wayne County Speedway in Illinois, from an on track incident leaving his car beat battered and broken.

"What 3 weeks difference makes" Schindler exclaimed loudly with a lots of emotion as he sat in victory lane Saturday night at Lincoln Park Speedway.

Drew Dorsett sat on pole for the main event, he would lead every lap of the race, except for the last foot before the checkers would fly. Schindler would hound Dorsett nearly every lap. He would get the run off turn 4 every time but would fall back in line as the pair would get to the start finish line well, except for the last. It seemed that he was saving it for the final lap. Coming to the checkers Schindler would not fall back in line he would stay top side and edge Dorsett by a mere .02 of a second according to timing and scoring.

This would be Schindlers first ever win with the Midwest Mini Sprint Association. Picking a great time for his first win, came with 26 highly competitive lightning sprints in quest for the lightning sprint nationals event.

The USAC/MMSA Lightning Sprint Champion was crowned at the conclusion on the night. Cody Trammell after winning Friday night at Thunder Valley Raceway and a 4th place Saturday, he claimed the 2019 Lightning Sprint Championship.
With only 3 races left in the 2019, Trammell has his eyes set on a back to back series championship.

Prelims Saturday went to Jake Hesson, Jeff Schindler, and Cody Trammell.
Top runners in the feature were, Jeff Schindler, Drew Dorsett, Jac Nickles and Cody Trammel.

Next MMSA event is Friday night October 4th at Thunder Valley in Salem, Indiana. Then Saturday night October 5th Gas City Speedway and season ending event October 19th at Tri-State Speedway.
 
Twenty MMSA/USAC entries, from 3 states, were on hand for night one of the Lightning Sprint Nationals at Thunder Valley Raceway in Salem, Indiana.
                    

 

Crowd would be treated to 3 preliminary events. Those prelims were won by Jake Hesson, Keith Langley, and Cody Trammell.

  

Before the feature event for the MMSA teams, the drivers joined track promoters, Steve and Misty Leonard, on front straightaway and took time to take pictures with the Thunder Valley Raceway couple. Upon completion of the photo session 20 drivers turned to the crowd and with joy, threw shirts, banners, and other great items to the racing fans.
Youngsters were treated with checkered flags from the MMSA group. After a few driver interviews with voice of MMSA, Shaun Waters, the drivers strapped themselves in to their race cars.

 

The feature would roll off, the great four wide salute to the fans, the one to go single and away the 20 went into turn one.

 
Josh Hixson would lead them to the green. Jake Hesson from row two would lead lap one. Cody Trammel would reel him in to lead lap two. Cody would be hounded by Brad Strunk on the high side trying to get extra grip off the corner for the pass.

  

Caution would fly with a single car spin in turn one.

 
Restart would go Trammell, Strunk, Hesson.

 
Trammell would have to drive a perfect race with Strunk on his heals the entire event. The pair would catch lap traffic, this giving Strunk the opportunity he would need for any shot at the win. Trammell would pass lapped cars on the high side, Strunk would stay right with him. The white flag would wave and the pair stayed nose to tail, with Trammell edging Strunk by less than 1 second. A masterful run from Brandon Smith would bring him home 3rd after stsrting 9th. But Anthony Haas would say, hold my beer, he started 19th and drove his way to 10th to claim the hard charger for the night.

 
Top ten, Trammell, Strunk, Smith, Hesson, Miller, Coffey, Rutherford, Chambers, Deputy, Haas.

 
Night two is tonight at Lincoln Park Speedway in Putnamville, IN. Cody Trammell leads Brad Strunk for the 2019 quest for the Championship by a narrow 4 point gap. 

   

Lincoln Park Speedway Results
                          

Heat Race Winners:
Cody Trammell
Brad Strunk

Feature Results:
Cody Trammell
Brad Strunk
Brandon Coffey
Anthony Haas
Keith Langley
Ethan Rutherford
Cindy Chambers
Matt Beckwith
Brandon Deputy
Austin Powell
Brandon Smith
Justin Davis
Travis Stickels
Mike Farr
Dean Parker
Cody Beard
Greg Dedrick Jr.

Unable to Start:
Brandon Dailey
Wayne County Speedway Results
                             


Heat Race Winners:
Brandon Deputy
Cody Trammell
Brad Strunk

Feature Results:
Brad Strunk
Daltyn England
Cody Trammell
Brandon Smith
Brandon Deputy
Ethan Rutherford
Brandon Coffey
Dean Parker
Raymond Holden
Cody Beard
Dalton Bayer
Logan Anderson
Justin Davis
Mike Farr
Keith Langley
Kinser Medler
Jeff Schindler
Greg Dedrick Jr.
Dylan Moan
Parker Baumeyer

Couldn’t Start:
Anthony Haas
Bloomington Speedway Results
                           


Heat Race Winners:
Cody Trammell
Keith Langley
Brad Strunk

Feature Winners:
Dean Parker
Brad Strunk
Cody Trammell
Keith Langley
Brandon Deputy
Anthony Haas
Ethan Rutherford
Cindy Chambers
Travis Stickles
Josh Hixson
Dalton Bayer
Raymond Holden
Mike Farr
Greg Dedrick Jr
Justin Davis
Jeff Schindler
Brandon Coffey
Matt Beckwith
Cody Beard

Couldn’t Start:
Jason Mills
Jim Reynolds
Brad Strunk wins at Thunder Valley Raceway.
                        

Brad Strunk turned a bad night into another yet another MMSA win. Brad would have mechanical issues in his preliminary event Friday night at Thunder Valley. These issues would make Strunk’s night a bit of a more hurdle to over come.

Heat one would be all Brandon Coffey as he would lead all 8 laps ahead of Ethan Rutherford and Cody Beard.

Heat two would be one to just finish the race to move on. Couple mini sprints would find themselves upside down in this event. Casey Meyer and Jason Mills got together and both ended up on their sides. Both uprighted and would walk away from their cars. Cody Trammel would win heat two over Travis Stickels and the ailing car of Strunk.

Heat three Brandon Deputy set pace over Jake Hesson and Keith Langley to the checkers.

Completion of heat races would now set feature starting field. Row one would be Stickels and Hesson, row two Deputy and Coffey, row three with highest passing points would be Jeff Schindler and Trammel.
The nineteen car field would race into turn one, Tim light would get into the Haas car and start a series of rolls and twists. Tim would be fine but dejected. The restart would see Stickels jump out front for a lap, Trammel would make quick work to get his machine to the front. Trammel would lead several circuits before his engine would expire. This left Stickels at the point for the next several laps before he experienced fuel pick up issues. Now upfront would be Ethan Rutherford he would lead several laps before he started to experience engines problems also. The forementioned bad night for Brad Strunk just gotten a lot brighter as he, from the 9th starting position would put his entry out front for the last 3 laps of the feature event to claim yet another MMSA feature event.
The top ten were; Strunk, Coffey, Rutherford, Langley, Parker, Beard, Haas, Chambers, Schindler, and Meyer.

Next MMSA event will be at Bloomington Speedway of Friday night August 30th, followed by August 31st at Wayne County Speedway.

 
Henning best at Twin Cities Raceway!

                   

Ohio's Rod Henning took the checkers Saturday night at Twin Cities Raceway park. He would be the 6th different winner in 2019 in 11 events to date.

This by far would be the toughest field of competitors in 2019. Had a stacked field of 22 lighting sprints with many heat and feature winners. Two top contenders also would field two cars with some great talent behind the wheel.

Rod Henning would be one of those fore mentioned cars, driving for Strunk Racing in the 2s hot rod. He would win the heat and feature both. Anthony Haas would also have two entries Saturday, with Jake Hesson piloting the 81jh car. All 4 of these two team cars would finish top two in there respective preliminary events.

Heat race number one would go to Brandon Coffey followed by Anthony Haas, and Jeff Schindler.
Heat race two would see Rod Henning setting pace over Jake Hesson and Keith Langley.
Heat race three went to Drew Dorsett, with Brad Strunk and Cody Trammell in tow.

The feature would roll out 20 strong, 22 were tabbed to go but the 81jh car while sitting in the line up shoot would experience an oil leak, which would end his night of racing action. Mike Farr would not make the call due to an earlier accident in heat action.

Strunk and Haas would set the pace for the start with Henning and Coffey row two and the best on passing points for the evening was Dorsett starting in row three. Strunk would get the jump on the field and lead the first 5 laps. His team car would over take him in turns 3 and 4 on the low side after a few attempts to try the high side of the speedway. Henning would hold the top position and become another first for 2019 MMSA feature winner to add to his many other past feature wins.

Top ten for Saturday included, Henning, Strunk, Trammell, Langley, Nickels, Dorsett, Schindler, Deputy,
Powell, and Haas.

The next MMSA event will be August 16th at Thunder Valley Raceway in Salem Indiana.

 

Kinser Medler breaks through as the newest first time MMSA winner at Lincoln Park Speedway...
                        
 
I have a dream,
that on one hot summer day I can go to the racetrack with my family, (racing family is our lively hood),
 
I have a dream,
that when I arrive at the track I can get a good pill draw for my preliminary event, (number 2),
 
I have a dream,
that the good pill draw carries over to a dominate preliminary win, (first place in heat)
 
I have a dream,
that I can race for 20 laps with some of the best racers in the area to claim my first ever Midwest Mini Sprint Association feature event, (first MMSA feature win)
 
Well this dream is no longer a dream, it is now reality for the 17 year old Albion/West Salem Illinois racer Kinser Medler as he joins the long list of MMSA feature event winners!
 
This is no easy task to join the elite, Kinser had to battle some very tough competition.
 
The likes of a past USAC Lightning Sprint Champion, Rod Henning!
 
The likes of a past series MMSA Lightning Sprint Champion, Cody Trammell!
 
The likes of a past series champions in their own elite class and ranks in other series and organizations, Brad Strunk, Travis Stickels, and Dean Parker! Along with many up and coming winners in this series.
 
Kinser would ride his little puddle jumper motor cycle to the MMSA trailer to pull a number 2 for the nights preliminary event. This putting him P1 in heat two for the nights racing action at Lincoln Park. Kinser would be challenged in his heat for the win by young Austin Powell and Rod Henning. Kinser would take heat two and by MMSA rules he would start 4th in the main event.
 
Heat one would test and see how close the MMSA racing families commitment to the sport really is....for on lap 5, the 8E8 car, Ethan Rutherford, would get in the back of the ailing 14L machine of Tim Light and do a series of barrel rolls on the front straightaway. To the crowds pleasure, Ethan would walk away from his badly damaged ride. The long walk across the infield to the pit area was met by the MMSA four wheeler and Dustin in turn 3 to give him a lift to his pit area.
 
Before the car ever arrived to his pit stall there were several guys from several other teams, and members from past years, Vermillion boys, ready to put their own helping hands together to help repair the car for the main event. While in Rutherfords pit area, the car owner and driver of the 14L, Jim Reynolds and Tim Light, comes over, and offers help and what ever was needed off of their car was offered. Rutherfords wing would take the brunt of the wreck, in less than 10 minutes the 14L's wing was setting in the Rutherford pit area ready to put on car when needed. Nice sportsmanship from Reynolds and Light. Many other teams brought tools, parts, and more to the rescue. Eventually it was determined the 14L wing would not work, therefore the alternative was to use the mangled 8E8 wing to make the main event happen for Ethen. With a tow strap and wire and who knows what else they used, the work was completed and the car looked like something from the land down under.....thanks to all that helped Ethan!!!!!!
 
So heat two would be come to close with Keith Langley winning with Colin Miller and Cindy Chambers rounding out the top 3.
 
The main event was set with Austin Powell and Cindy Chambers being the lucky two with the passing point inversion in their favor in row one. Row two would be Henning and Medler, and most passing points going to Keith Langley and Collin Miller to set row three. Powell would get the jump on Chambers at the start to lead the first 13 circuits around the 1/4 mile dirt track in Putnamville, IN. Austin would be challenged by Medler and Henning while navigating through lap traffic. Lap 14, Medler would pass Powell in traffic in turns one and two. Lap 16 the one and only caution would fly for a mid pack challenge between two drivers, Chambers and Coffey, going for the same piece of real estate. Not enough real estate to go around, left the Chambers car sitting in turn 3 in the wrong direction, as the car was righted, track officials and MMSA officials determined the Chambers car had some assistance, therefore both Chambers and Coffey would be directed to the tail of the field. The final 4 laps would be a nail biter as Powell peeked several times to the inside of Medler with Henning pounding the cushion and nearly stole the victory on the high side.
 
Medler would take the win and be greeted in victory lane with his family and friends. I could not resist, so after clearing the second and third place car at scales, I joined the celebration on the front straight and took my first photo ever with a MMSA victor while in victory lane!
 
After the exciting, so called wing dance, interview and all pictures taken, Medler still had to clear weight and tech. After a brief, but probably what felt like and an internity, moment at the scales the car passed tech.
Congrats to our newest first time MMSA feature winner, Kinser Medler!
Top 10 were Medler, Powell, Henning, Langley, Trammell, Strunk, Miller, Coffey, Parker, and Schindler.
 
The car from down under (8E8) would make 5 green flag laps and pull it pit side.
 
Side note....Not every night goes in your favor, but we all must keep in mind we are doing something we all love...racing!
I would not give up anything for the fun and friendship I have gained thru the 49 years of racing.
 
So lets all keep in mind, next time things go array, there are less unfortunate people in this world, that that would give nearly anything to do what you all do!
Thanks to all for making MMSA to what it is....
Brad Strunk Racing tames Tri-State Speedway
                   


Brad Strunk Racing tames Tri-State Speedway....and 26 other winged mini sprints for yet another victory!
  
Brad Strunk continues his dominance in the Midwest Mini Sprint Association for the 2019 racing season.

Brad set par for the night by taking his heat win in style. BSR also had a second car in competition with Rod Henning behind the wheel, which would go on to take heat 3 win. The only race that BSR did not win Saturday night was heat 2, because there was not a BSR car in that preliminary. Cody Trammell would take heat 2 and place himself right between the 2 BSR cars for the main event.
  
The feature event would roll off with a pair of unexpected cars setting on the front row, thus giving both of them their best opportunity of 2019 to pick up a MMSA feature event. Cindy Chambers would start P1 and lead the field to the green. Her lead would be eaten up in short matter with P2 starter Chris Baumeyer. By the end of lap one Brad Strunk would have gotten by both Chambers and Baumeyer to lead lap one. Strunk would lead his teammate, Rod Henning, for several circuits. On lap 10 Cody Trammell would make his way around Henning and set his sights on Strunk. Strunk would catch lap traffic not once but 3 times, as Trammell was ready to pounce the caution would fly. Strunk would run 20 perfect laps to claim yet another victory in 2019.
  
Top ten for Saturday would include Strunk. Trammell, Henning, Chambers, Coffey, Smith, Schindler, Baumeyer, Powell and Moan. Brandon Coffey would pick up the hard charger award, starting 18th and finishing 5th. A plus 13 positions is a great accomplishment on any track.
   
Congrats
to all competitors for a good night of racing.
  
Next MMSA event will be Saturday July 20th at Lincoln Park Speedway.

  
Anthony Haas wins first ever MMSA event at Gas City Speedway this past Saturday night!
                       

Anthony Haas wins first ever MMSA event at Gas City Speedway this past Saturday night!
 
He would take advantage of his P1 starting position to lead all 20 laps that went from green to checkers in less than 5 minutes!
Haas would lead Jac Nickles, Brad Strunk,
Cody Trammell, Chris Bounds to the checkers.
Preliminary races went to Keith Langley and
Chris Bounds.

Next MMSA event is Saturday night July 13th at Tri-State Speedway.

Strunk Wins Brownstown
                      

Quick congrats going out to Brad Strunk on his victory last night at the famed Brownstown Speedway. Brad out-bested 25 MMSA Lightning Sprints last evening to claim yet another victory in the series.
Brad would finish second in his preliminary event behind young gun Austin Powell. With Austin’s great performance in heat action would put him with most passing points on the evening. Other heat winners were Cody Trammell and Dean Parker.
Family on the road to Charlotte NC for a few days, before returning Thursday night to Paragon Speedway with the MSCS crew for a July 4th event, and then we turn around to Bloomington Speedway Friday night with MMSA, and then Gas City on Saturday for a back back nights for MMSA.
Thanks to all for continued support of the MMSA series.
Oh ya congrats to the MMSA incentive winners, Casey Meyer, Jac Nichols, Keith Arvin!

Trammell strikes again at Thunder Valley Raceway.
                           

Current point leader of the Midwest Mini Sprint Association, Cody Trammell took Thunder Valley by storm Friday night. Trammell would have near a perfect night, first he wins heat two and then rolls on in the feature.
With the heat win, that would make him the best in passing points for the night, putting him 6th in the A-Main. The front row would consist of a MMSA rookie, Cody Beard, and the youngest MMSA racer Jac Nickels. Nickels would jump out front and lead the competition for many laps on the tricky black slicken dirt track. He would lead Brad Strunk, Cody Beard, Cody Trammell for the first half of the race. Trammell would get pass the always fast, Strunk to take over second. He would go on and hound young Nicklels lap after lap! The two would catch lap traffic on lap 15! This would be the time the experience of Trammell would prevail. Trammell took total advantage of the situation to pass Nickels and set sail to yet another victory in 2019.
Heat 1, Strunk, Haas, Chambers, Coffey, Rutherford, Stickles, Langley, Mills, and McGill
Heat 2, Trammell, Deputy, Nickels, Beard, Mills, Hayhurst, Meadows, Farr, and..
Feature, Trammell, Nickels, Strunk, Coffey, Deputy, Beard, Langley, Rutherford, Stickles, Haas, Chambers, Mills, Hayhurst, Meadows, Farr, McGill, Mills, and a dns.
The feature would go from green to checkers in a matter of 6 minutes and 22 seconds to complete the MMSA feature event!

Next MMSA event will be Friday June 21st at Twin City Speedway


Last night MMSA visited the beautiful, red clay of Bloomington Speedway.
                               

Not only did we have the chance to entertain the thousands in attendance for the NOS Energy Midget Series, we also were streaming live on FloRacing.com to thousands more across the world. Our drivers did not disappoint and put on a great show for everyone watching both at the track and across the nation. Both nights we had 25-26 in attendance!

Heat number one gave Kinser Medler the opportunity to stretch the legs on the backup car (that he didn't intend on using for this weeks racing action) and, after some changes from the night before it proved to be a rocket. Kinser had some stiff competition in heat one with the likes of multi-time winners Brad Strunk and Brandon Coffey. However, Kinser jumped out to a lead and never looked back, winning heat number one.

Heat two brought a new face to ranks of heat race victory lane. Adam Schmenk went from a car in shambles, being lifted onto a trailer a mere eleven hours before, to winning his heat and picking up his first ever MMSA heat race victory. He had the strong cars of Cody Trammell and Ryan Barr chasing him down but they weren't able to catch Schmenk.

Heat three had the 14 year old Jac Nickles piloting the yellow number 31 to victory after coming off his first ever feature win in a mini sprint the night before at Lincoln Park Speedway..

Our feature was set, once we did our invert, and we found two of the strongest lightning sprints in the country on the front row. Cody Trammell and Brad Strunk were the first to see the green flag drop as they came off the historic turn number four of the Bloomington Speedway, where so many battles have been won and lost. It didn't take long for Brad Strunk to jump out to an early lead, only to find himself sitting on the outside of the back stretch facing the wrong way after making contact with an ailing car coming off of turn two. Cody Trammell then took over the lead and though Ryan Barr was able to close the gap several times he just was not able to overtake him. Trammell would go on to win at his home track once again.

On a personal note from Shaun Waters:The last two nights have been some of the best racing we have seen across the country and we have to thank our drivers for that! You have made it so much fun to be able to call the action on the track and really show fans across the country how great lightning sprint racing can be. I know not all of you knew it was being streamed across the world but you should hold your head high as the fans were treated to two amazing nights of lightning sprint action. I had the opportunity to announce with some of the absolute best in the business the last two nights and after talking with them I know you all should be proud. 

Next event we will hear Dustin's point of view of racing recap!


 
Youngest driver in MMSA history takes the checkers on night one of Lightning Sprint Week!
                                

Midwest Mini Sprint Association saw it's youngest driver to date win his first feature event at Lincoln Park Speedway in Putnamville, IN. That stat was previously held by Seth Motsinger at the age of 15.

Fourteen year old Jac Nickles started on the pole position and held that spot for the entire 20 lap feature event. Jac started the night out, starting in the sixth position in his preliminary and raced to a 3rd place finish. By MMSA rules of passing points would set him up for a night he will always remember, starting P1 in feature!

Jac would get the jump on the field from his front row starting position in his N.W.O. Property Services, RCS Construction, T&D Interiors, R.D. Jones Excavating. Tim's Landscaping, Shawnee Manor, KPM Motorsports, C&M Building Maintenance and Ricker Repair Service backed sprinter to lead the first 8 laps. The red flag would wave for the 9 car of Casey Meyers. Casey tried to avoid a spinning car and as he went high on the track he would jump the berm and do a series of barrel rolls in turn two. Casey would walk away uninjured.

The restart would put Nickles, Trammell, Schindler, and Langley lined up nose to tail to try to over haul the youngster. Four laps would go by with Jac leading and Trammell right on his heels trying the high side then the low sign with no success. The caution would fly for the second time. The restart had to be nerve racking for the young lad knowing he had Trammell and a looming Keith Langley ready to strike at moments notice. The race would go another 4 laps before the third and final caution flag, for the 2s machine of Brad Strunk losing his chain off his ride.

Jac would have to do it all over again, but this time he would have his hands full of a red 26 machine of Langley. With 3 laps to go Langley found something on the top shelf to run down and over haul second from Trammell and set his sights on the youngster up front. Langley would get to the tail of the leader and was looking to over take that spot before Langley made choice he would regret, he gave up the high side. He went low side in 3 and 4 and nearly looped it. He would regain his composure back on top side, but it would only prove to be too late. Jac would take the win with Langley less than a second behind for the runner up spot. Following the top two to the line were, Trammell, Schindler, Powell, Deputy, Haas, Medler, Rutherford. and Parker. Quick note on the Anthony Hass car, he started 23rd on the field of 25 and finished in the top 10, nice run Haas!

Preliminary events saw Jeff Schindler out best Trammell and Nickels in heat 1. Heat 2 saw another young hot shoe Austin Powell take the win over the veteran Travis Stickels and Brandon Coffey. The 3rd and final heat Brandon Deputy showed the field the 19 car knows its way to the front also by claiming his first MMSA victory with Keith Langley and another young gun Kinser Medler in tow.

A great night of racing for the first of three nights on the dirt. Friday night the MMSA series will run at Bloomington Speedway and turn south Saturday to fill the weekend of racing at Tri-State Speedway, to claim the first Lightning Sprint Week winner!
Thanks to all for the support of MMSA!

  

USAC Midget Week! 

Along comes Lightning Sprint Mini Week!
3 days, 3 tracks, 3 complete shows!

Thursday June 6th
Lincoln Park Speedway
USAC Midgets, Sprints, and MMSA
www.lincolnparkspeedway.com

Friday June 7th
Bloomington Speedway
USAC Midgets, Sprints, MMSA
www.bloomingtonspeedway.com

Saturday June 8th
Tri-State Speedway
SUMMER SHOWDOWN -
MSCS Sprints, UMP Modifieds, MMSA
www.tristatespeedway.com

All three events are winged style!

 
Memorial Day Wrap Up...

 

Sunday night at Tri-State Speedway for the second race of the special weekend had 25 MMSA entries take the green flag on the 1/4 dirt track in Haubstadt, IN. The crowd would enjoy 3 preliminaries to set the field for the 20 lap feature event.

   

Heat one would see young Jaylon Mills, out of Winslow IN, get the jump on the field in his Mills Powder Coating, Crate Enterprises, Triple J Hauling, Lugnutz Bar and Grille, and Dutchtown Homes hot rod. He would take heat one with a green to checkered victory to claim his first win with MMSA. Following Jaylon across the line would be Cody Trammell, and Cindy Chambers to complete the first of three preliminaries.
 

Heat two, Ohio's Brad Strunk would keep his winning streak alive and well by taking the second preliminary by storm after starting in row three. With his Parsons Construction backed ride, dominating heat win would stake him with most passing points for the evenings preliminaries. Following Strunk to the line would be Dylan Moan, and Anthony Haas.

 
Heat three saw another racer throwing his hat into the ring and making a statement that he his here to make some noise, and is ready to taste the thrill of victory. Evansville IN, Ethan Rutherford drove his Yonkers, Henchcraft, AFCO Products, and Speedway Motors lightning sprint to the front and set sail on the field. He would win his preliminary by nearly a straightaway over Keith Langley and Kinzer Medler.

 
With heat races in the rearview mirror, the stage is now set for the 25 Lightning Sprints to saddle up for a 20 lap feature event. The field would take the green flag with Keith Langley and Dylan Moan in row one and a stacked field ready to pounce behind them.
Moan would jump to the front to lead the first 3 circuits, with Strunk, Langley, Rutherford and Trammel in tow.

 
Lap 4 saw Strunk work his magic to take over the top spot for the next 11 laps. His magic was working great until he caught the tail end of the field. With many entries taking the green, lap markers would make it quite interesting for the leaders. Strunk would work the traffic in true great fashion, but as he was focused on the back markers this left time for second place Cody Trammell to chew into his lead. Strunk would go high, then he would go low, passing cars at will, until....Strunk caught a gaggle of cars running 2 and 3 wide. Trammell saw this was his time to make the move. Bringing the fans to their feet with the pass. With Strunk low, Trammel shot high in turns 1 and 2! As they continued out of 2, Trammell threaded the needle between 2 back markers and Strunk to jump out front. Thus left Strunk racing even harder to recapture the top spot. The caution would fly on lap 15 to give just that opportunity that he needed, but Cody Trammel was just a tick better on the last five laps to claim his first feature of 2019. Top ten in Sundays event were Trammell, Strunk, Schindler, Moan, Langley, Mehler, Rutherford, Smith, Parker, and Barr.

   

MMSA is idle this coming weekend, but has a 3 night stent for their own Lightning Sprint Week along side the USAC midget week on Thursday June 6th Lincoln Park Speedway, Friday June 7th Bloomington Speedway and will end Lightning Sprint Week at Tri-State Speedway on June 8th to crown the Lightning Sprint Week Champion.
 

Memorial Day Wrap up Race one!

 

Saturday

  

The place was Wayne County Raceway in Wayne City, Illinois. This would be the first ever visit the 1/5 mile dirt track in southern Illinois for the Midwest Mini Sprint Association.

 
The fans would not be disappointed, 20 MMSA lightning sprints made tow. The slate would be 3 ten lap heat races and the 20 lap feature event.

  

Heat one saw Anthony Hass and Cody Trammel dual it out for the victory in the first of 3 heats. Cody would be successful at his bid to be the first MMSA lightning sprint to take the checkers at Wayne County Raceway. Top 3 in heat one Trammell, Haas, and one of the newest MMSA members, Logan Anderson.

  

 Heat 2 saw a very talented sprint car racer Terry Babb jump aboard a lightning sprint to lead a very stacked heat race. Stacked race must say again the heat race went from green to checkers and could have thrown a blanket over the entire field. Babb would lead the field to checkers with Brad Strunk, Brandon Coffey, Ryan Barr, Brandon Smith and Dylan Moan all in tow.
 

Heat 3 saw yet another new MMSA member strut his stuff. Tres Mehler would start in position 1 and finish in position 1, with veteran Travis Stickels, and Keith Langley hot on his tail.
 

All 20 cars would make the call come feature time. Many wondered if the 5m machine would return for the feature event. Ira McGill during the hot lap action bicycled in turn 1 and had a very scary flip into the turn 1-2 catch fence. As the McGill ride flipped everyone could hear the throttle stick wide open as he came crashing back down onto the track.

 
As seen many times in the past, many MMSA drivers helped McGill get his ride repaired in time for the feature event.

 
Haas and Langley would lead the field to the green in row one, row two had Strunk and Mehler, and row 3 Baugh and Trammell with most passing points filling that row.

 
Haas would jump out front for several laps as Strunk made quick work getting to him. Strunk would overhaul Haas and put a strangle hold on the top spot for the remaining circuits. Following Strunk to the checkers would be, Haas, Trammell, Langley, Coffey, Barr, Moan, Rutherford, Smith, and Deputy. This would be Strunk's second victory in the 2019 season and holding that top spot in the Chase for the Hoosier Tire/MMSA Championship!

   

MMSA is idle this coming weekend, but has a 3 night stent for their own Lightning Sprint Week along side the USAC midget week on Thursday June 6th Lincoln Park Speedway, Friday June 7th Bloomington Speedway and will end Lightning Sprint Week at Tri-State Speedway on June 8th to crown the Lightning Sprint Week Champion.

   

Memorial Day Weekend
Saturday night at Thunder Valley Raceway

 

 

Midwest Mini Sprint Association finally got their season started this past Saturday night at Thunder Valley Raceway in Salem, Indiana.

   

MMSA was 0-7 with mother nature going into this past weekend. Some 14 entries made their way to the little dirt track in Salem.

   

Mason, Illinois driver Andy Baugh, drove his Jonnies Garage backed sprinter to the front and would take the first of two preliminaries. Coming across the line behind Baugh was Cody Trammell, and Ethan Rutherford to round out top 3.
 

Heat two saw Brad Strunk hailing from Mason, Ohio, taking his Parsons Construction, Priority Title, NRL Mortgage, Penn Station, Hud Racing Engines, Simpson, Hoosier Tires, and Xcaliber Graphics ride and lead all 8 laps from his front row starting position. Following Strunk to the checkers were Barr and Haas to complete the prelims for the evening.

   

Completion of the heat race sets up the A-main starting grid with both heat winners starting from the 3 row due to the results passing points. Ohio would represent the front row with Anthony Haas and Ryan Barr, with Trammell and Rutherford row two and the fore mentioned Baugh and Strunk row three.

   

Barr would get the jump on the field to lead the first 3 laps. Baugh and Strunk would run Barr down and put on a great show for the top spots with the looming Trammell.
 

They would swap spots several times, the caution would fly when Barr would loop it in turn one and collecting a couple of cars. The race would restart but a red flag would halt the racing in a flash, with Kinzer Medler would get tied up on the start and putting his car on its side. Restart three would see the top three swapping the top 3 spots each lap.
 

Lap 19 of 20 Baugh taking the white flag and a nose ahead of Strunk. Baugh would catch the inside tractor tire on the track in turn one and ending his night upside down. Strunk would get a great restart and lead the final lap of the season opener for MMSA. Strunk picks up the first MMSA checkers of the year followed by Trammell, Coffey, Haas, Chambers, Rutherford, Deputy, Baugh, Beard, and Medler filling out the top 10.
 

MMSA is back in action Memorial Day weekend with a double header, Wayne County Raceway in Illinois on Saturday May 25th and Tri-State Speedway on Sunday May 26th.

   

2019 Schedule
2019 Schedule has been posted
 
 

 

  

 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 

Payout has been posted on the schedule page.