2015 Indiana Sprint Week Championship will be crowned. The car owner will receive a beautiful crafted maple rocking chair
The event at Tri-State Speedway is set to follow a progression of races across the Hoosier state that will have race teams competing seven times over a nine day period. Events held leading to Haubstadt included stops at Gas City, Kokomo, and Lawrenceburg Speedways the first weekend. This week action resumes with a race at the Terre Haute Action Track Wednesday before the series moves to Lincoln Park and Bloomington Speedways.
Chase Stockon took the opening night’s feature at Gas City. Rain stopped Saturday night’s event at Kokomo. Brady Bacon won Sunday night’s event at Lawrenceburg. Three more opportunities to win ISW features could change the standings before the drivers arrive at Haubstadt Saturday night. After the first weekend Robert Ballou held a one point lead in the standings over Brady Bacon.
Chase Stockon won the last sprint car feature held at Tri-State Speedway. That was on June 27th and sanctioned by MSCS. Brady Bacon won the April USAC/MSCS Spring Showdown with Robert Ballou second.
Ballou won last year’s Indiana Sprint Week finale at Tri-State over Kyle Cummins and Jon Stanbrough.
The average car count for the first weekend was in the forty range.
Fans can continue to keep up with the series by tracking race results and updated points at usacracing.com.
Bryan Clauson was the 2013 and 2014 Indiana Sprint Week Champion. Other drivers still active that have multiple championships include Dave Darland and Jon Stanbrough.
The UMP Open Wheel Modifieds will also be in competition. The five features for this class held so far in 2015 have produced four different winners. Dustin Beck won on July 5th. Josh Harris and Matt Lane have one feature win each. Trent Young is the only driver to repeat in winning both feature races held in May. Josh Harris and Stephen Schnapf have a pair of runner-up finishes each. A select group of eight drivers have earned podium finishes so far in 2015.
The other three frontrunners have been Grant Hagan, Dave Beck, and Zach Fair!
To inquire about reserve seating at Tri-State Speedway, fans can phone 812-768-6025.
Parking and seating are available on both sides of the track. Hot laps and qualifications begin about 6:30 P.M. with racing to begin at 7:30.
The USAC Sprints and UMP Mods are always a winning combination at Tri-State Speedway!
Provided as News and Information for Tri-State Speedway.