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3rd Season of Sprint Car Bandits Series Closes
Fast LoneStar Speedway

Kilgore, TX (09/30/18) by DarinShort.com. Twenty-
one NCRA 360C.I. Sprint Car Bandits series teams
rolled through the pit entrance on Saturday night to
find an insanely fast LoneStar Speedway growling
back at them saying ‘come and get it.’

Sam Hafertepe and his track crew had the surface
set for full-tilt, and it did not disappoint. Drivers
would flat-foot the high banked 1/3 mile track with
lap times in the 13-second bracket all night long.

Yet, there was only a combined total of two yellow
lights during the entire racing event.

But that didn’t mean it went without some hair-raising
moments.

21 teams would roll out on the track for the 25-lap
finale, with young Scott Evans earning the pole
position after accumulating the most finishing and
passing points in the heat races. Fellow youngster
Michael Day would line up outside front row after a
strong run in his heat race.

Marcus Thomas would line up third. And yes, this is
the same Marcus Thomas that earlier this season
had experienced a very serious wreck at a sprint car
race in Louisiana and has sat out the season
recovering.

You certainly wouldn’t know that he had been out of
a race car for months, as he drove masterfully the
entire night.

As the feature event took the green flag, Michael
Day bolted out to a strong lead with Marcus Thomas
getting by Evans for second.

Thomas would then track down Day and the two
would swap the lead several times before Thomas
would take the point cleanly around lap 7.

But about a half of a lap later, a car would get
crossed up and the race went into yellow flag
conditions. Without the lap being completed, the
running order reverted back to the last completed
lap.

On the restart, Day would once again pace the field.
In no time, Thomas would continue his cat-and-
mouse game and the two would swap the lead a few
times more before Thomas would get completely
clear of Day and jump out to a 5-car lead.

The race continued green until around lap 14 when
Dustyn Welch’s engine caught a brief fire, forcing
the field to closed-red flag conditions. The brief fire
extinguished itself, with the driver A-OK, and the
race quickly resumed.

There were still 18 cars running on the restart and in
only four laps the leaders were experiencing heavy
lapped traffic. In the meantime, great runs through
the field by Dale Wester and Chance McCrary would
keep fans busy trying to keep up with all of the
happenings.

During the high-speed lapped traffic game, Day
would continue to catch Thomas as the field was
shredding through lapped cars, and then things got
real very quickly.

Two lapped cars were directly ahead of the leader
Thomas, who chose the higher groove on corner
three entry, and with Day poised to make a pass for
the lead, the fast closing rate on the lapped cars
coupled with Day getting on the binders to get whoa’
d down, resulted in Day getting into the left rear tire
of Thomas. As the pair came down the frontstretch,
the air quickly escaped Thomas’ tire and he was
forced pit-side for the remaining handful of laps.

There was no need for a caution, as Thomas would
cleanly and carefully get off the track, and Day
would take the checkers first. Scott Evans performed
brilliantly throughout the event, garnering his best-
ever Sprint Car Bandits series finish, coming home
in second. 2018 Sprint Car Bandits series champion
Colby Estes would earn a very stout third-place
finish as he was battling with Evans in the closing
laps.

Dale Wester would climb from 11th to finish in 4th,
with Tyson Hall rounding out the top five.

After experiencing a tight sprint car in his heat,
young Chance McCrary would set a blistering pace
throughout the event, coming from 17th to finish 6th.

And part of what makes the Sprint Car Bandits
series different than many, is what happened
immediately after the feature race.

As the top finishers of the feature race lined up in
their customary Sprint Car Bandits style for driver
awards and interviews, when Michael Day jumped
out of his car in victory lane, in a true showing of
sportsmanship, he skipped victory lane and walked
directly into the infield, and walked right up to
Marcus Thomas and apologized for getting into him
in that heavy lapped traffic incident late in the race.

Day commented to the appreciative LoneStar fans: “I
had a run on Marcus going in to corner three with
those lap cars directly ahead and knowing the race
was about over, I wanted to crowd him a bit, but I
sure didn’t mean to get into him like I did.” The
LoneStar crowd gave him a big round of applause –
as they know they had just witnessed a relative rarity
in this sport of dirt track racing with this showing of
good sportsmanship.

The Sprint Car Bandits series is cultivating a really
strong group of drivers with a new attitude of racing
hard, yet with the utmost respect for the sport itself.
And we’re super proud at the series of where we
were at just three years ago to where we are at now
– and where we are going.

In a closed pre-race driver/owner meeting, SCB
teams were given a roll-out of the 2019 SCB series
initiatives and plan – and it was met with resounding
support directed back to the series from those
teams. In a later press release we will divulge the
details of those initiatives and roll out the 2019
season to everyone. Note that our existing rules
package is going to remain essentially identical to
the past three seasons.

If you are a sprint car driver that is interested in
learning more about our 2019 game plan and how
you can become a series driver, I would highly
suggest contacting one of the Sprint Car Bandits
teams that raced last night for details. But I would
recommend you do this quickly, as we had
resounding support for our new series initiatives –
which are only available ‘while supplies last’ to a
couple more qualified teams.

Thank you again to everyone that supported this
event and for LoneStar Speedway for giving the
drivers such a fantastic facility to showcase their
skills on. The checkers flew in the Sprint Car Bandits
series feature last night at 9:40pm, giving the
traveling teams ample time to return home at a
decent time.

Heat race winners last night were Tyson Hall, Scott
Evans and Gary Floyd of San Angelo.

Here’s your unofficial finishing order (click www.
SprintCarBandits.com in the days to come for official
results and points): Michael Day ($2,000), Scott
Evans, Colby Estes, Dale Wester, Tyson Hall,
Chance McCrary, Jacob Harris, Gary Floyd, Will
Eggimann, Brad Wesp, Tyler Harris, Claud Estes III
(who also received the Sprint Car Bandits series
‘Most Popular SCB Driver’ award, as voted upon by
his fellow drivers, presented and sponsored by
MowTime and owner Lynn McCrary), Josh Hawkins,
Junior Jenkins (be watching our site/Facebook page
to see his great looking Jason Johnson tribute wrap,
as he was close friends with Jason), Marcus
Thomas, Tommy Hall, Mark Zoeller, Jason Howell,
Dustyn Welch, Cody Hall and Tony Russell.

We would like to thank the sponsors of the Sprint
Car Bandits series: Rodd Hanna's Air Performance,
A&M Glass Service, Palm Harbor Homes, Kustom
Craft Exhibits, Gen-Tech at FixYourGenerator.com,
Mow Time in Farmersville, RockAuto.com, Pro-Tech
Service Co., Scott Baylor Racing Engines, American
Elevator Technologies, South Dallas Battery &
Electric Co., Gary Floyd Homes, Utility Trailer of
Dallas, Inc., DFW Urethane, Valvoline Express Care
of Seagoville, www.ShopTheBOSS.com , www.
DarinShort.com and the SCB points fund is
sponsored by Smiley’s Racing Products & Hoosier
Tire Southwest.

If your business is interested in getting involved with
the SCB series, To contact the Sprint Car Bandits,
email:  sprintcarbandits@outlook.com or by phone:
214-210-2763.. There are effective programs
available for all sizes of budgets.

LoneStar Speedway still has two big events left on
the 2018 schedule, with the Elite Non-Winged Sprint
Series championships on Saturday, November 10th
and the highly popular LoneStar Topless Turkey
Nationals for the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series on
Saturday afternoon, November 24th. A full
compliment of quality LoneStar divisions will be on
each racing card. Click www.LoneStarSpeedway.com
for more details.

Be watching for the 2018 Sprint Car Bandits series
recap, which will include details about the 13
different winners – with age ranges spanning over
30 years.

Pictures here by
cwb15.com and DarinShort.com
Be watching for our final SCB points announcement
and 2018 series recap press release - coming soon!
Claud Estes III receives the award for the 2018 'Most Popular SCB Driver" sponsored
& presented by Lynn McCrary owner of Mow Time of Farmersville.
In heavy lap traffic, things got wild in the feature (see event recap
for details), but the race continued caution-free til the checkers.
SCB Feature winner Michael Day, pictured with Jimmy Hampton (L) and Jeff Day (R)
Click on any of the panoramics to blow up to a full-size view!
Scott Evans drove spectacularly all night and earned a career-high 2nd place SCB
feature finish. They've had a lot of mechanical woes in 2018 SCB competition,  
it was great to see this young team finish the season so strong!
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Sprint Car Bandits Unveil “Fierce 15” Teams, Fan Fest & More for 2019!



















>>We’re giving away 10 New 2019 SCB T-SHIRTS! Like and Share this post on our Facebook page: www.Facebook.com/SprintCarBandits.
com - we’re drawing 10 winners! (Details on our FB post.)

Garland, Texas (11/13/18) by DarinShort.com.  The upcoming 2019 racing season for the NCRA Sprint Car Bandits (SCB) series is going to feature
several new fan- and driver-focused initiatives that will further add to the excitement and benefit level to all involved from race night to race night
throughout the season. Let’s jump right in!

For the Drivers:

At a recent SCB drivers meeting, the new driver rewards program was announced, and at the conclusion of the meeting, 12 drivers immediately
signed up for the new program.

Since then, another three drivers have committed to racing the 2019 SCB season, for a total of 15 teams, thus forming the Sprint Car Bandits “Fierce
15.” These drivers will receive monetary benefits from the new SCB merchandising program, along with another new driver rewards program called
the Sprint Car Bandits 4-Pack Purse.

Any SCB rules-compliant and eligible drivers that are not part of the Fierce 15 will still be allowed to compete in any 2019 Sprint Car Bandits event, as
in the past, with no registration or license fee, at any point in the season that they are available to race with the series.

All teams in attendance on race night will have the same rules, same sign in, formats; etc. whether they are a Fierce 15 team, or not, as long as they
are SCB rules compliant, and this includes all sprint cars that are 360 cubic inch and under.

None of the 2019 Fierce 15 driver reward programs are based off performance. They are all based on those drivers’ support of the Sprint Car
Bandits series itself.

The Sprint Car Bandits 4-Pack Purse consists short-term sponsor-added purses that will reward the Fierce 15 teams that compete in each “4-Pack” of
completed events in the season. This way, regardless of weather impacts, whenever four events in a row are completed, Fierce 15 teams with perfect
attendance during those four events will all equally divide up the Sprint Car Bandits 4-Pack Purse, again, regardless of performance. Then, the next
Sprint Car Bandits 4-Pack Purse segment will begin; and so forth throughout the balance of the season.

We also have no issues whatsoever with any driver that chooses to race in the Sprint Car Bandits to race with whomever they like in whatever division
they like throughout the racing season. This has been the case since the inception of the Series at the end of 2015.

There are no anticipated rules changes to the cars themselves. We have a couple of small procedural changes that will go into effect in 2019, as
were discussed at the drivers meeting recently.

The race teams and fans have expressed how much they enjoy the existing Sprint Car Bandits rules package, which allows for more raceable cars all
while lowering race team’s nightly operating costs – or without teams having to buy anything special to make it all happen.

109 sprint car teams from nine states competed in the series in 2018. There were 13 different feature winners in 16 events. Colby Estes of Mansfield
Texas garnered the most points to become series champion. Drivers interested in the Sprint Car Bandits Fierce 15 program can contact
SprintCarBandits@outlook.com for additional information.

Meet the Fierce 15:

The following drivers make up the 2019 Sprint Car Bandits Fierce 15 and will be competing for added money for their support of the series:  Colby
Estes, Michael Day, Claud Estes III, Dalton Stevens, Scott Evans, Chance McCrary, Dale Wester, Junior Jenkins, Brad Wesp, Josh Hawkins, Casey
Burkham, Steve McMackin, Will Eggimann, Mark Zoeller and Mark Huddleston.

Fans can expect to see these drivers competing in 2019 Sprint Car Bandits series events, along with any eligible sprint car driver that chooses to on
a night-to-night basis.

For the Fans:

Race fans can look forward to arriving an hour early to each Series event in 2019 and participate in Sprint Car Bandits Fan Fest. Each event will
feature appearances by the Fierce 15 teams, along with the ability to purchase driver and series apparel and merchandise at the Series souvenir
display.

The fans can meet with the Fierce 15 drivers, take selfies, get their t-shirts signed; etc. The general rule of thumb is that Sprint Car Bandits Fan Fest
will be scheduled one hour previous to hot laps, lasting for 45 minutes. Then it’s off to the drivers meeting and racing.

The brand new 2019 Sprint Car Bandits series t-shirts will be available for sale at the Smiley’s Racing Products Texas Motorsport Expo in Mesquite
Texas on Saturday, December 1st. We will also have the first round of Fierce 15 driver t-shirts for sale at the Expo. The Series and Fierce 15
merchandise will be available for sale on the www.SprintCarBandits.com website shortly thereafter. Click http://www.texasmotorsportexpo.com for
compete Expo information, including times and directions.

We are also unveiling some of those new designs right now. Click www.Facebook.com/SprintCarBandits to check them out. More driver designs will be
released as they are finished in production (some are still working on new wrap designs and sponsors).

And race fans, when you purchase one of the Fierce 15 driver t-shirts, that driver receives proceeds from the sale – which will provide an assist on
keeping them funded throughout the racing season!

For the Tracks:

These new value-added components have no added cost or fee due from Series tracks. The Sprint Car Bandits Fan Fest will help attract fans to their
speedways earlier where tracks can showcase their souvenirs, food, beverage and attractions.

Another new benefit for 2019 is that series tracks can take advantage of our SCB merchandising program for their souvenir stands. Tracks can
contact the SCB for further details.

Speaking of tracks, we are still over three months away from the kickoff of the 2019 season and are in the middle of building the new schedule.

If your track is interested in hosting the Sprint Car Bandits, please email SprintCarBandits@outlook.com as soon as possible, as dates are filling up.
At the time of writing, we plan on having about the same number of events as in 2018 at tracks primarily in North Texas, East Texas and outlying
areas.

We are in the process of renewing series marketing partners for 2019. If your business or service would like to be involved, just email us at
SprintCarBandits@outlook.com and we will get back to you at once. Several affordable and effective options are available.

We would also like to thank all of the 2018 Sprint Car Bandits series marketing partners, including: Eagle Powder Coating, Rodd Hanna's Air
Performance, A&M Glass Service, Palm Harbor Homes, Kustom Craft Exhibits, Gen-Tech at FixYourGenerator.com, Mow Time in Farmersville,
RockAuto.com, Pro-Tech Service Co., Scott Baylor Racing Engines, American Elevator Technologies, South Dallas Battery & Electric Co., Gary Floyd
Homes, Utility Trailer of Dallas, Inc., DFW Urethane, Valvoline Express Care of Seagoville, www.ShopTheBOSS.com , www.DarinShort.com and the
SCB points fund is sponsored by Smiley’s Racing Products & Hoosier Tire Southwest.

Thanks again to all the area race teams, tracks, sponsors and fans for their support of the NCRA Sprint Car Bandits series, and we’re really looking
forward to bringing these new and exciting programs to everyone in 2019!

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com to keep up with the latest news and happenings with the series…and in the meantime, we wish you all a safe and
enjoyable upcoming Holiday season!
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Posted 11/15/18:

Here's the next Sprint Car Bandits apparel and
merchandise design for series Fierce 15 driver Will
Eggimann of Forney, TX.

This design, along with the three previously released
series and Fierce 15 drivers, will be available for
purchase for the first time at the Smiley's Racing
Products Texas Motorsport Expo in Mesqute on
Saturday December 1st...while supplies last!

These brand new 2019 t-shirts will make for great
gift-giving to your special racer friend, family member
or crew...and proceeds from the sales of Fierce 15
driver merchandise go back to each driver - which will
prodive and assist to help keep them better funded
throughout the racing season!

More Sprint Car Bandits Fierce 15 driver apparel and
merchandise designs will continue to be released as
they become available.

After the Expo, Sprint Car Bandits apparel and
merchandise will go on sale at
www.SprintCarBandits.com in the days to come.
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VISIT THE SPRINT CAR BANDITS Booth at the 2018 Texas Motorsport Expo & Auction to be held *THIS Saturday* December 1st!

We'll have the brand new 2019 Sprint Car Bandits series t-shirts for sale for the very first time, along with the first batch of Sprint Car Bandits
Fierce 15 driver t-shirts for sale - so you'll have plenty to choose from for AWESOME GIFT-GIVING options for t-shirts no one yet has - as they're
brand new for the 2019 racing season!
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And when you purchase a new SCB Fierce 15 driver t-shirt, proceeds will go back to that driver throughout the 2019 racing season!

See below for the driver designs that have been finalized in time for purchase at the Expo. The remaining Fierce 15 designs and t-shirts will be
available as their designs continue to be completed during the off season.

Online sales of the new Sprint Car Bandits and Fierce 15 teams will go on sale at www.SprintCarBandits.com sometime in December.

You can also check out the Sprint Car Bandits show car in our display and talk with Series officials.

Here's more about this Saturday's Expo - don't miss it!

The annual Texas Motorsport Expo and Racer Auction will be held on Saturday, December 1st, 2018 at the Mesquite Convention Center! This
event is a great place to auction off those unneeded items and re-stock for next racing season. The Expo will feature Exhibitor displays from top
motorsports vendors and more!

Bring the family! There will be plenty of fun for everyone – shop the exhibit booths and join in the auction!

Motorsport Expo and Auction Quick Facts:

Date

SATURDAY

December 1st, 2018

Doors Open @ 8:00am

Auction Starts @ 9:00am

Location

Mesquite Convention Center

1700 Rodeo Drive

Mesquite, Texas 75149

Admission Fees

Adults - $15.00

Seniors/Military - $10.00

6-12 - $5.00

5 and Under - Free

Racer Auction

Open to the Public … this is a perfect opportunity to get a good price for your motorsport equipment, vehicles and supplies. Retailers … this is a
perfect way to move inventory that has been on the shelf too long. All related motorsports items welcome!

Contact Matthew Rhone or Tim Clonch at (972) 289-7223 to reserve lot numbers for auction item

Auction Items Drop Off @ The Mesquite Convention Center

Friday, November 30th, 2018

9:00am to 7:00pm

Trade Show Exhibitors

Booths in the Trade Show are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. To learn more, go to http://www.texasmotorsportexpo.com/vendors or
contact Chelsie Lorenz at 972.290.7002. Download and complete the 2018 Texas Motorsport Expo Vendor Contract to get your spot secured
today.

Vendor Booth Setup is @ The Mesquite Convention Center

Friday, November 30th, 2018

9:00am to 7:00pm

Getting There

It’s easy getting there! From 635/LBJ Freeway South take exit 4 Military/Scyene. Travel south on the Service Road.

Mesquite Convention Center

1750 Rodeo Drive

Mesquite, TX 75149

Hampton Inn & Suites - Event Discount

If you are traveling to this event, the Hampton Inn & Suites on the premises of the Mesquite Convention Center will play host to attendees of this
great event! There is an allotment of rooms saved to offer room discounts for this event. Hurry and book your room today to make sure you can
get the event discount at http://www.texasmotorsportexpo.com/locations/?i=19759

Don’t Miss It!

Visit
http://www.TexasMotorsportExpo.com today & we look forward to seeing you all this coming Saturday!!

Garland, Texas (12/26/18) by DarinShort.com.  The upcoming 2019 racing
season for the NCRA Sprint Car Bandits (SCB) series is going to feature several
new fan- and driver-focused initiatives that will further add to the excitement and
benefit level to all involved from event night to event night throughout the
season, and today the series schedule is now available for viewing. This is the
fourth season for the Dallas/Ft. Worth based series.

For those of you that may have missed out on last month’s news announcement,
in a recent SCB drivers meeting, the new driver rewards program was
announced, and a total of 15 teams formed the Sprint Car Bandits “Fierce 15.”
These drivers will receive additional monetary benefits from the new SCB
merchandising program, along with another new driver rewards program called
the Sprint Car Bandits 4-Pack Purse.

All SCB rules-compliant and eligible drivers that are not part of the optional
Fierce 15 driver program will still be allowed to compete in any 2019 Sprint Car
Bandits event, as in the past, with no registration or license fee, at any point in
the season that they are available to race with the series.

All teams in attendance on race night will have the same rules, same sign in,
formats; etc. whether they are a Fierce 15 team or not, as long as they are SCB
rules compliant. This includes all sprint cars that are 360 cubic inch and under.

None of the 2019 Fierce 15 driver reward programs are based off performance.
They are all based on those drivers’ support of the Sprint Car Bandits series
itself.

The Sprint Car Bandits 4-Pack Purse consists short-term sponsor-added purses
that will reward the Fierce 15 teams that compete in each “4-Pack” of completed
events in the season. This way, regardless of weather impacts, whenever four
events in a row are completed, Fierce 15 teams with
perfect attendance during those four events will all
equally divide up the Sprint Car Bandits 4-Pack Purse,
again, regardless of performance. Then, the next
Sprint Car Bandits 4-Pack Purse segment will begin;
and so forth throughout the balance of the season.

Since the inception of the series in 2015, we have no
issues whatsoever with any driver that competes in the
Sprint Car Bandits that also chooses to race with
whomever they like in whatever division they like throughout the racing season.

There are no anticipated rules changes to the cars
themselves. We have a couple of small procedural
changes that will go into effect in 2019, as were
discussed at the drivers meeting recently.

109 sprint car teams from nine states competed in the
series in 2018. There were 13 different feature
winners in 16 events. Colby Estes of Mansfield Texas
garnered the most points to become series champion.
Drivers interested in the Sprint Car Bandits Fierce
15 program can contact
SprintCarBandits@outlook.com for
additional information.

The following drivers make up the 2019 Sprint Car
Bandits Fierce 15 and will be competing for added
money for their support of the series:  Colby Estes,
Michael Day, Claud Estes III, Dalton Stevens, Scott
Evans, Chance McCrary, Dale Wester, Junior Jenkins,
Brad Wesp, Josh Hawkins, Casey Burkham, Steve
McMackin, Will Eggimann, Mark Zoeller and Mark
Huddleston. Fans can expect to see these drivers
competing in 2019 Sprint Car Bandits series events,
along with any eligible sprint car driver that chooses
to on a night-to-night basis, just as in previous seasons.

Race fans can look forward to arriving an hour early
to each Series event in 2019 and participate in Sprint
Car Bandits Fan Fest. Each event will feature
appearances by the Fierce 15 teams, along with the
ability to purchase driver and series apparel and
merchandise at the Series souvenir display.

The fans can meet with the Fierce 15 drivers, take
selfies, get their t-shirts signed; etc. The general rule
of thumb is that Sprint Car Bandits Fan Fest will be
scheduled one hour previous to hot laps, lasting for
45 minutes. Then it’s off to the drivers meeting and
racing.

These new value-added components have no added
cost or fee due from Series tracks. The Sprint Car
Bandits Fan Fest will help attract fans to their
speedways earlier where tracks can showcase their
souvenirs, food, beverage and attractions.

We are now just under three months away from the
kickoff of the 2019 season and here is the schedule
– as of today’s date. We have also been working
towards having a Summer Break in our schedule, and we now have the schedule
rearranged so that race teams wanting a break from the heat can get one – or
choose to go race up north during the Month of Money.

2019 Sprint Car Bandits Events Schedule:

March 22 (Friday) – ‘Gene Adamcik Memorial’ at Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Elm
Mott TX

March 30 (Saturday) – ‘Sprint Car Bandits Spring Championships’ at Kennedale
Speedway Park, Kennedale TX (NASCAR weekend at TMS)

April 13 (Saturday) – ‘Liberty 25’ at 105 Speedway, Cleveland TX $2,000/win and
$300/start

April 20 (Saturday) – ‘Bunny Hop 25’ at LoneStar Speedway, Kilgore TX $2,000
/win and $300/start (Easter weekend)

May 4 (Saturday) – ‘Grand Opening Celebration 25’ at Buffalo Creek Speedway,
Edgewood TX

May 11 (Saturday) – To be announced

May 25 (Saturday) – 2nd Annual ‘Sprint Car MAYnia’ NCRA Series vs Sprint Car
Bandits at 81 Speedway, Park City, KS $2,000/win and $300/start

May 26 (Sunday) – 2nd Annual ‘Sprint Car MAYnia’ NCRA Series vs Sprint Car
Bandits, at 81 Speedway, Park City, KS $2,000/win and $300/start (Mem’l Day
weekend)

June 1 (Saturday) – ‘Summer Showdown 25’ Buffalo Creek Speedway,
Edgewood TX

June 15 (Sat) – ‘Texoma 25’ at 82 Speedway, Petty TX

June 22 (Sat) – To be announced

July 6 (Saturday) – ‘Firecracker 25’ at Buffalo Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX

July 12 (Friday) – ‘MDA Night at the Speedway’ at Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Elm
Mott TX

~ Sprint Car Bandits Summer Break ~

September 21 (Saturday) – ‘Texas Thunder 25’ at 105 Speedway, Cleveland TX
$2,000/win and $300/start

September 28 (Saturday) - To be announced

October 5 (Sat) – ‘Fall Classic 25’ at Buffalo Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX

October 11 (Fri) – To be announced

October 12 (Sat) – To be announced

If your track is interested in hosting the Sprint Car Bandits, please email
SprintCarBandits@outlook.com as soon as possible.

We are in the process of renewing series marketing partners for 2019. If your
business or service would like to be involved, just email us at
SprintCarBandits@outlook.com and we will get back to you at once. Several
affordable and effective options are available.

We would also like to thank all of the 2018 Sprint Car Bandits series marketing
partners, including: Eagle Powder Coating, Rodd Hanna's Air Performance, A&M
Glass Service, Palm Harbor Homes, Kustom Craft Exhibits, Gen-Tech at
FixYourGenerator.com, Mow Time in Farmersville, RockAuto.com, Pro-Tech
Service Co., Scott Baylor Racing Engines, American Elevator Technologies,
South Dallas Battery & Electric Co., Gary Floyd Homes, Utility Trailer of Dallas,
Inc., DFW Urethane, Valvoline Express Care of Seagoville, www.ShopTheBOSS.
com , www.DarinShort.com and the SCB points fund is sponsored by Smiley’s
Racing Products & Hoosier Tire Southwest.

Thanks again to all the area race teams, tracks, sponsors and fans for their
continued support of the NCRA Sprint Car Bandits series, and we’re really
looking forward to bringing these new and exciting programs to everyone in 2019!

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com to keep up with the latest news and happenings
with the series…and in the meantime, we wish you all the best-ever New Year!
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Sprint Car Bandits crowd at KSP
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The Next Gang of Sprint Car Bandits Series ‘Fierce 15’ Driver Apparel
Artwork Files Unveiled!

Garland, Texas (01/17/19) by DarinShort.com. The 360C.I. NCRA Sprint Car Bandits
(SCB) series is excited to reveal the next three t-shirt and apparel designs for Dalton
Stevens, Mark Zoeller and Michael Day, whom are all are members of the SCB Fierce 15.

Several designs have been previously released (see recent SCB posts) and as the
remaining 2019 driver wrap designs and sponsors get finalized, we'll be rolling out the rest
of their apparel designs as they become available. We currently have two more in
production.

All SCB Fierce 15 teams will be available during Fan Fest prior to each 2019 SCB series
events. Sprint Car Bandits Fan Fest will be held nightly in the grandstand areas of each
series track about one hour prior to the scheduled start of hot laps.

The upcoming 2019 racing season for the NCRA Sprint Car Bandits (SCB) series is going
to feature several new fan- and driver-focused initiatives that will further add to the
excitement and benefit level to all involved from event night to event night throughout the
season, and today the series schedule is now available for viewing. This is the fourth
season for the Dallas/Ft. Worth based series.

What is the Fierce 15? For those of you that may have missed out on last month’s news
announcement, in the last SCB drivers meeting, a new driver rewards program was
announced, and a total of 15 teams formed the Sprint Car Bandits “Fierce 15.” These
drivers will receive additional monetary benefits from the new SCB merchandising
program, along with another new driver rewards program called the Sprint Car Bandits 4-
Pack Purse.

All SCB rules-compliant and eligible drivers that are not part of the optional Fierce 15
driver program will still be allowed to compete in any 2019 Sprint Car Bandits event, as in
the past, with no registration or license fee, at any point in the season that they are
available to race with the series.

All teams in attendance on race night will have the same rules, same sign in, formats; etc.
whether they are a Fierce 15 team or not, as long as they are SCB rules compliant. This
includes all sprint cars that are 360 cubic inch and under.

None of the 2019 Fierce 15 driver reward programs are based off performance. They are
all based on those drivers’ support of the Sprint Car Bandits series itself.

The Sprint Car Bandits 4-Pack Purse consists short-term sponsor-added purses that will
reward the Fierce 15 teams that compete in each “4-Pack” of completed events in the
season. This way, regardless of weather impacts, whenever four events in a row are
completed, Fierce 15 teams with perfect attendance during those four events will all
equally divide up the Sprint Car Bandits 4-Pack Purse, again, regardless of performance.
Then, the next Sprint Car Bandits 4-Pack Purse segment will begin; and so forth
throughout the balance of the season.

Since the inception of the series in 2015, we have no issues whatsoever with any driver
that competes in the Sprint Car Bandits that also chooses to race with whomever they like
in whatever division they like throughout the racing season.

There are no anticipated rules changes to the cars themselves. We have a couple of
small procedural changes that will go into effect in 2019, as were discussed at the drivers
meeting recently.

109 sprint car teams from nine states competed in the series in 2018. There were 13
different feature winners in 16 events. Colby Estes of Mansfield Texas garnered the most
points to become series champion. Drivers interested in the Sprint Car Bandits Fierce 15
program can contact SprintCarBandits@outlook.com for additional information.

The following drivers make up the 2019 Sprint Car Bandits Fierce 15 and will be
competing for added money for their support of the series: Colby Estes, Michael Day,
Claud Estes III, Dalton Stevens, Scott Evans, Chance McCrary, Dale Wester, Junior
Jenkins, Brad Wesp, Josh Hawkins, Casey Burkham, Steve McMackin, Will Eggimann,
Mark Zoeller and Mark Huddleston. Fans can expect to see these drivers competing in
2019 Sprint Car Bandits series events, along with any eligible sprint car driver that
chooses to on a night-to-night basis, just as in previous seasons.

Race fans can look forward to arriving an hour early to each Series event in 2019 and
participate in Sprint Car Bandits Fan Fest. Each event will feature appearances by the
Fierce 15 teams, along with the ability to purchase driver and series apparel and
merchandise at the Series souvenir display.

The fans can meet with the Fierce 15 drivers, take selfies, get their t-shirts signed; etc.
The general rule of thumb is that Sprint Car Bandits Fan Fest will be scheduled one hour
previous to hot laps, lasting for 45 minutes. Then it’s off to the drivers meeting and racing.

These new value-added components have no added cost or fee due from Series tracks.
The Sprint Car Bandits Fan Fest will help attract fans to their speedways earlier where
tracks can showcase their souvenirs, food, beverage and attractions.

We are now just over two months away from the kickoff of the 2019 season and here is
the schedule – as of today’s date. We have also been working towards having a Summer
Break in our schedule, and we now have the schedule rearranged so that race teams
wanting a break from the heat can get one – or choose to go race up north during the
Month of Money.

2019 Sprint Car Bandits Events Schedule:

March 22 (Friday) – ‘Gene Adamcik Memorial’ at Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Elm Mott TX
March 30 (Saturday) – ‘Sprint Car Bandits Spring Championships’ at
Kennedale Speedway Park, Kennedale TX (NASCAR weekend at TMS)
April 13 (Saturday) – ‘Liberty 25’ at 105 Speedway, Cleveland TX $2,000/win and
$300/start
April 20 (Saturday) – ‘Bunny Hop 25’ at LoneStar Speedway, Kilgore TX $2,000/win and
$300/start (Easter weekend)
May 4 (Saturday) – ‘Grand Opening Celebration 25’ at Buffalo Creek Speedway,
Edgewood TX
May 11 (Saturday) – To be announced
May 25 (Saturday) – 2nd Annual ‘Sprint Car MAYnia’ NCRA Series vs Sprint Car Bandits
at 81 Speedway, Park City, KS $2,000/win and $300/start
May 26 (Sunday) – 2nd Annual ‘Sprint Car MAYnia’ NCRA Series vs Sprint Car Bandits, at
81 Speedway, Park City, KS $2,000/win and $300/start (Mem’l Day weekend)
June 1 (Saturday) – ‘Summer Showdown 25’ Buffalo Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX
June 15 (Sat) – ‘Texoma 25’ at 82 Speedway, Petty TX
June 22 (Sat) – To be announced
July 6 (Saturday) – ‘Firecracker 25’ at Buffalo Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX
July 12 (Friday) – ‘MDA Night at the Speedway’ at Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Elm Mott TX
~ Sprint Car Bandits Summer Break ~
September 21 (Saturday) – ‘Texas Thunder 25’ at 105 Speedway, Cleveland TX $2,000
/win and $300/start
September 28 (Saturday) - To be announced
October 5 (Sat) – ‘Fall Classic 25’ at Buffalo Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX
October 11 (Fri) – To be announced
October 12 (Sat) – To be announced

If your track is interested in hosting the Sprint Car Bandits, please email
SprintCarBandits@outlook.com as soon as possible.

We are in the process of renewing series marketing partners for 2019. If your business or
service would like to be involved, just email us at SprintCarBandits@outlook.com and we
will get back to you at once. Several affordable and effective options are available.

Each event consists of several marketing channels, including blasts through: email, racing
forums, Facebook (series, track, sponsors, fans, racers, community event pages), event
flyers, local media traditional forms of advertising, at-track on event night and out-of-home
advertising.

We would also like to thank all of the 2018 Sprint Car Bandits series marketing partners,
including: Eagle Powder Coating, Rodd Hanna's Air Performance, A&M Glass Service,
Palm Harbor Homes, Kustom Craft Exhibits, Gen-Tech at FixYourGenerator.com, Mow
Time in Farmersville, RockAuto.com, Pro-Tech Service Co., Scott Baylor Racing Engines,
American Elevator Technologies, South Dallas Battery & Electric Co., Gary Floyd Homes,
Utility Trailer of Dallas, Inc., DFW Urethane, Valvoline Express Care of Seagoville, www.
ShopTheBOSS.com , www.DarinShort.com and the SCB points fund is sponsored by
Smiley’s Racing Products & Hoosier Tire Southwest.

Thanks again to all the area race teams, tracks, sponsors and fans for their continued
support of the NCRA Sprint Car Bandits series, and we’re really looking forward to
bringing these new and exciting programs to everyone in 2019!

Please click www.SprintCarBandits.com to keep up with the latest news and happenings
with the series.
Click on image for much larger viewing size!
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The New 82 Speedway Picks Up More Sprint Car Bandits Events in 2019!

Garland, Texas (01/18/19) by DarinShort.com. The 360C.I. NCRA Sprint Car Bandits (SCB) series is excited to announce that 82 Speedway track
owners Tracy and Shelley Peters have added two additional SCB events for the 2019 season.

Each of the three Sprint Car Bandits 82 Speedway events pay $2,000 to win and $300 to start at the 1/3-mile wide, sweeping dirt track.

Track owner Tracy Peters comments: “This is going to be our first full season of operation since acquiring the speedway, and we’re super excited
about our events schedule. I met with Darin Short recently and he has a proven ‘track’ record throughout the past 18 years in Texas alone, not to
mention 15 years in the industry as GM of three different popular chassis companies. We have commissioned Darin to help us with event packaging,
publicity, online & offline marketing and other behind-the-scenes project work. As co-founder of the Sprint Car Bandits series, Darin and the Bandits
team also brings 82 Speedway and our fans a top flight 360C.I. winged sprint car program.”

Peters continues: “I really needed a replacement event for Saturday April 27th, and the Sprint Car Bandits added a date to their schedule just for us
at my request. We’ll also host the Sprint Car Bandits on Saturday June 15th and Saturday September 28th. All three events will pay $2,000 to win and
$300 to start. I really like the Fan Fest component to all of the Bandits events, which will give our fans the chance to see the cars and drivers right in
the grandstand area an hour prior to race time.”

An updated track schedule and website are in the works and will be unveiled in about a week.

82 Speedway is located on Hwy 82 just east of Petty, Texas, which is about 15 minutes west of Paris, Texas and 25 minutes east of Bonham, Texas. It’
s really easy to get to from virtually any direction, whether you are in the Metroplex, Sherman, Denision; etc.

The track is a beautiful, wide and sweeping configuration; and the modern and elevated grandstands hold a massive 3,400 spectators. More track
pictures and details will be released when the track website launches soon.

109 sprint car teams from nine states competed in the Sprint Car Bandits series in 2018. There were 13 different feature winners in 16 events. Colby
Estes of Mansfield, Texas garnered the most points to become series champion.

The following drivers make up the 2019 Sprint Car Bandits Fierce 15 and will be competing for added money for their support of the series: Colby
Estes, Michael Day, Claud Estes III, Dalton Stevens, Scott Evans, Chance McCrary, Dale Wester, Junior Jenkins, Brad Wesp, Josh Hawkins, Casey
Burkham, Steve McMackin, Will Eggimann, Mark Zoeller and Mark Huddleston. Fans can expect to see these drivers competing in 2019 Sprint Car
Bandits series events, along with any eligible sprint car driver that chooses to on a night-to-night basis, just as in previous seasons. Drivers interested
in the Sprint Car Bandits Fierce 15 program can contact SprintCarBandits@outlook.com  for additional information.

Speaking of the Sprint Car Bandits Fan Fest, each event will feature appearances by the Fierce 15 teams, along with the ability to purchase driver
and series apparel and merchandise at the Series souvenir display. The fans can meet with the Fierce 15 drivers, take selfies, get their t-shirts
signed; etc. The general rule of thumb is that Sprint Car Bandits Fan Fest will be scheduled one hour previous to hot laps, lasting for 45 minutes.
Then it’s off to the drivers meeting and racing.

This new value-added component has no added cost or fee due from Series tracks or its fans. The Sprint Car Bandits Fan Fest will help attract fans
to their speedways earlier where tracks can showcase their souvenirs, food, beverage and attractions.

2019 Sprint Car Bandits Events Schedule, as of 1/18/19:

March 22 (Friday) – ‘Gene Adamcik Memorial’ at Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Elm Mott TX

March 30 (Saturday) – ‘Sprint Car Bandits Spring Championships’ at
Kennedale Speedway Park, Kennedale TX (NASCAR weekend at TMS)

April 13 (Saturday) – ‘Liberty 25’ at 105 Speedway, Cleveland TX $2,000/win and $300/start

April 20 (Saturday) – ‘Bunny Hop 25’ at LoneStar Speedway, Kilgore TX $2,000/win and $300/start (Easter weekend)

April 27 (Saturday) – ‘82 Speedway Sprint Car Championships’ at 82 Speedway, Petty, TX $2,000/win and $300/start

May 4 (Saturday) – ‘Grand Opening Celebration 25’ at Buffalo Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX

May 11 (Saturday) – To be announced

May 25 (Saturday) – 2nd Annual ‘Sprint Car MAYnia’ NCRA Series vs Sprint Car Bandits at 81 Speedway, Park City, KS $2,000/win and $300/start

May 26 (Sunday) – 2nd Annual ‘Sprint Car MAYnia’ NCRA Series vs Sprint Car Bandits, at 81 Speedway, Park City, KS $2,000/win and $300/start
(Mem’l Day weekend)

June 1 (Saturday) – ‘Summer Showdown 25’ Buffalo Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX

June 15 (Sat) – ‘Texoma 25’ at 82 Speedway, Petty TX $2,000/win and $300/start

June 22 (Sat) – To be announced

July 6 (Saturday) – ‘Firecracker 25’ at Buffalo Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX

July 12 (Friday) – ‘MDA Night at the Speedway’ at Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Elm Mott TX

~ Sprint Car Bandits Summer Break ~

September 21 (Saturday) – ‘Texas Thunder 25’ at 105 Speedway, Cleveland TX $2,000/win and $300/start

September 28 (Saturday) – ‘Fall Sprint Car Championships’ at 82 Speedway, Petty, TX $2,000/win and $300/start

October 5 (Sat) – ‘Fall Classic 25’ at Buffalo Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX

October 11 (Fri) – To be announced

October 12 (Sat) – To be announced

If your track is interested in hosting the Sprint Car Bandits, please email SprintCarBandits@outlook.com as soon as possible.

We are in the process of renewing series marketing partners for 2019. If your business or service would like to be involved, just email us at
SprintCarBandits@outlook.com and we will get back to you at once. Several affordable and effective options are available.

Each event consists of several marketing channels, including blasts through: email, racing forums, Facebook (series, track, sponsors, fans, racers,
community event pages), event flyers, local media traditional forms of advertising, at-track on event night and out-of-home advertising.

We would also like to thank all of the 2018 Sprint Car Bandits series marketing partners, including: Eagle Powder Coating, Rodd Hanna's Air
Performance, A&M Glass Service, Palm Harbor Homes, Kustom Craft Exhibits, Gen-Tech at FixYourGenerator.com, Mow Time in Farmersville,
RockAuto.com, Pro-Tech Service Co., Scott Baylor Racing Engines, American Elevator Technologies, South Dallas Battery & Electric Co., Gary Floyd
Homes, Utility Trailer of Dallas, Inc., DFW Urethane, Valvoline Express Care of Seagoville, www.ShopTheBOSS.com , www.DarinShort.com and the
SCB points fund is sponsored by Smiley’s Racing Products & Hoosier Tire Southwest.

Thanks again to all the area race teams, tracks, sponsors and fans for their continued support of the NCRA Sprint Car Bandits series, and we’re
really looking forward to bringing exciting 360C.I. winged sprint car racing to everyone in 2019!

Please click www.SprintCarBandits.com to keep up with the latest news and happenings with the series.
For a printer friendly version of the 2019 Sprint Car Bandits schedule, please click here.
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POSTED 3/5/19

HERE'S A COUPLE OF THE NEW LOOKS of the brand
new Sprint Car Bandits Fierce 15 driver t-shirts that just
arrived yesterday!

>>We'll have them for sale on our online store at
www.SprintCarBandits.com by the end of the week (we'll let
everyone know when the store goes live).<<

This first go-round of Fierce 15 driver t-shirts that will be
on sale include: Michael Day, Scott Evans, Chance
McCrary, Dalton Stevens, Casey Burkham, Jr. Jenkins,
Mark Zoeller, Will Eggimann; plus we have our Sprint Car
Bandits series shirt as well. Another handful of driver
designs will be forthcoming after we get in our next
shipment (including the new design for Dale Wester that
was revealed yesterday).

The online price for the Fierce 15 t-shirts *includes*
domestic shipping (to continental U.S. only) and is $25
each. At-track pricing will be lower (due to no shipping
charge).

Purchase of a Sprint Car Bandits series Fierce 15 driver
supports each individual driver - as they receive proceeds
from each purchase throughout the season! So show your
support by purchasing them, and you'll help to keep your
favorite teams funded and on-track!

The online price of the Sprint Car Bandits series t-shirt
design is $22 (including freight, at-track pricing will be
lower).

>>If you wish to place a bulk order outside of the website
for pickup (to save shipping charges), you can do so by
emailing your order (include driver(s) name and sizes
(Small through 3X are currently available for each driver
above).

Email SprintCarBandits@outlook.com to place your bulk
order (bulk orders ONLY can be placed NOW - before the
online store opens).

Bulk orders can be held for 1 week only, before the t-shirts
are released back into inventory. Also make sure to
include your name and phone number.

Note that 2XL pricing is $2 higher and 3XL is $3 higher,
due to higher cost of the t-shirts.

All of the current designs come in a decent weight black
t-shirt and the print (although some designs are up to 9
colors!) are not 'heavy' feeling and are soft in nature.

(As a refresher, go to our FB page to see all of the
designs that are finished. Another handful are still in the
works - we're just awaiting the new 2019 wrap artwork files
from the remaining drivers of the Fierce 15.)

The t-shirts will also be available at all Sprint Car Bandits
series events at our pre-race FAN FEST located near the
grandstand area of each track one hour prior to hot laps.

Our first event is just over 2 weeks away at HOT Speedway
on Friday March 22nd, followed up with KENNEDALE
SPEEDWAY PARK on Saturday March 30th. Click
www.SprintCarBandits.com for complete series news,
schedule - and our new online store featuring these great
new design t-shirts on Friday, March 8th!
Sprint Car Bandits DARE TO BE DIFFERENT Tour Kicks Off at Heart O’ Texas – 3/22/19

Elm Mott, TX (03/06/19) by DarinShort.com. The 360C.I. NCRA Sprint Car Bandits (SCB) series kicks off the 2019 ‘DARE TO BE DIFFERENT’ Tour at
the 1/4 mile 'bullring' oval of Heart O' Texas Speedway (HOT) in Waco on Friday, March 22nd with the running of the Gene Adamcik Memorial. Gene
promoted racing at HOT for 32 years before passing away in 2016.

:30 HOT REWIND: The last time the Sprint Car Bandits were at Heart O’ Texas Speedway on a hotter-than-HOT August 2018 night, Selby Holder and
the track crew had the track in stellar racing condition, producing top-notch racing action. 5th place starter and veteran sprint driver Claud “The
Ambassador” Estes III tracked down race-long leader (and nephew) Colby Estes and snuck by him with just a few laps to go and claim the win – much
to the support of the large pro-Estes HOT grandstand crowd. 4th place starter Jason Howell would come home in 2nd place while Colby finished in 3rd.

RACE FANS: Make plans to arrive early at the track to take in the pre-race Sprint Car Bandits “Fierce 15” Fan Fest! It will take place directly next to
the main ticket window from 6:30pm until about 7:15pm. There, you can meet the drivers of the Fierce 15, get selfies, purchase their 2019 t-shirt
designs (get them autographed!) and get a good close look at the cars. SCB Fan Fest is an effort to help sprint car racing get back to the good ‘ol
days when there was generally more fan interaction with the race teams. Back then it was common for most of the fans to go to the pits after the races
to meet with the teams, and now in many cases the races at tracks don’t finish in time to make that feasible. This is an effort to fire back up that
interaction by simply flipping the timing element. Pre-race Fan Fest will take place at every SCB series event in 2019.

If you’d like to get your brand new Fierce 15 driver t-shirts prior to Fan Fest, the new online store at www.SprintCarBandits.com will have them for sale
starting this Friday, March 8th. Reminder, that proceeds from Fierce 15 driver apparel benefits each individual driver that is a part of the program, so
please show your support by grabbing one when you can...and your support will help drivers better funded throughout the season.

The following drivers make up the 2019 Sprint Car Bandits Fierce 15 and will be competing for added money for their support of the series: Colby
Estes, Michael Day, Claud Estes III, Dalton Stevens, Scott Evans, Chance McCrary, Dale Wester, Junior Jenkins, Cody Hall, Josh Hawkins, Casey
Burkham, Steve McMackin, Will Eggimann, Mark Zoeller and Mark Huddleston. Fans can expect to see these drivers competing in 2019 Sprint Car
Bandits series events, along with any eligible sprint car driver that chooses to on a night-to-night basis, just as in previous seasons. Drivers interested
in the Sprint Car Bandits Fierce 15 program can contact SprintCarBandits@outlook.com for additional information.

For Heart O' Texas Speedway information, please click www.HeartOTexasSpeedway.com and note their address is 784 N McLennan Drive Waco, TX
76640 (just north of town right off of I-35); track phone is 254-829-2294. Action fires up at 8pm on March 22nd.

RACE TEAMS: all sprint car teams that sign in will draw for heat race starting positions, regardless of their engine C.I. displacement (up to and
including 360C.I.) and will receive passing points to determine their straight-up from points feature race starting position. All drivers make sure to read
the posted rules at the series website prior to heading to the track, whether you are a Fierce 15 member or not.

The standard posted SCB purse and rules are in effect. All non-qualifiers or non-starters will each receive $100. There is no entry fee, no series
membership fee and a $20 nightly draw fee. Drivers should go to www.SprintCarBandits.com prior to arrival for complete rules, purse and procedures
information.

Fred Summers will also reward four lucky SCB drivers with the www.FixYourGenerator.com  Cash ‘Fix’ Bonus in the drivers meeting with (4) $50 cash
awards. Drivers signing in before the drivers meeting will have their names entered in the drawing, and four will be pulled out at the conclusion of the
drivers meeting. (Must be at drivers meeting to win.) Thanks to Fred for his long-term support of the SCB series!

DARE TO BE DIFFERENT: Why are we calling this season the ‘DARE TO BE DIFFERENT’ tour? The SCB series has a unique rules package that
allows teams to use their current equipment (especially in the engine compartment) yet curbing nightly tire expense...which helps equalize the
competition with teams of varying budget sizes. The SCB “20° wing angle rule” also helps by freeing up the cars to be able to pass easier in many
cases that also helps reduce excess tire and engine wear. Our ‘one rear tire all night long’ rule has not only saved racers thousands of dollars over
the past three years, but to date, we’ve yet to have one tire fail (blow) due to excess tire wear in any feature race we’ve held.

All these small, yet effective changes, have been accomplished without the racers having to purchase something out of the ordinary. And we
essentially haven’t changed the rules since the inception of the series at the end of 2015.

And let’s face it, since the events of 9/11/2001, a lot of the economics of the sport of dirt track racing have changed drastically (especially the cost of
travel, track insurance, general crowd sizes, cost of racing components), yet there really hasn’t been much being done on a nationwide level to help
counteract those economic impacts. We aren’t trying to say we’ve ‘fixed’ all those impacts, but at least we are doing something to help curb racer
expenses – and it’s working.

Our rules package certainly has made for exciting and unpredictable racing outcomes – as there were 13 different feature winners in 16 SCB events
in 2018. When you add these components together, that’s a result of why we DARE TO BE DIFFERENT!

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for the latest in series news and where the DARE TO BE DIFFERENT Tour is headed to next. You can also reach the
SCB on Facebook, at www.Facebook.com/SprintCarBandits .

If your business is interested in getting involved with the SCB series, please email SprintCarBandits@Outlook.com for more information. There are
effective programs available for all sizes of budgets.

We would like to thank last season’s sponsors of the Sprint Car Bandits series: Rodd Hanna's Air Performance, A&M Glass Service, Palm Harbor
Homes, Kustom Craft Exhibits, Gen-Tech at FixYourGenerator.com, Mow Time in Farmersville, RockAuto.com, Pro-Tech Service Co., Scott Baylor
Racing Engines, American Elevator Technologies, South Dallas Battery & Electric Co., Gary Floyd Homes, Utility Trailer of Dallas, Inc., DFW
Urethane, Valvoline Express Care of Seagoville, www.DarinShort.com , www.ShopTheBOSS.com and the SCB points fund is sponsored by Smiley’s
Racing Products & Hoosier Tire Southwest.

NCRA Sprint Car Bandits Confirmed Event Schedule, as of 03/06/19:

March 22 (Friday) – ‘Gene Adamcik Memorial’ at Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Elm Mott TX
March 30 (Saturday) – ‘Sprint Car Bandits Spring Championships’ at Kennedale Speedway Park, Kennedale TX (NASCAR weekend at TMS)
April 13 (Saturday) – ‘Liberty 25’ at 105 Speedway, Cleveland TX $2,000/win and $300/start
April 20 (Saturday) – ‘Bunny Hop 25’ at LoneStar Speedway, Kilgore TX $2,000/win and $300/start (Easter weekend)
April 27 (Saturday) - '82 Speedway Sprint Car Championships' at 82 Speedway, Petty TX $2,000/win and $300/start
May 4 (Saturday) – ‘Grand Opening Celebration 25’ at Buffalo Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX
May 11 (Saturday) – To be announced
May 25 (Saturday) – 2nd Annual ‘Sprint Car MAYnia’ NCRA Series vs Sprint Car Bandits at 81 Speedway, Park City, KS $2,000/win and $300/start
May 26 (Sunday) – 2nd Annual ‘Sprint Car MAYnia’ NCRA Series vs Sprint Car Bandits, at 81 Speedway, Park City, KS $2,000/win and $300/start  
(Mem’l Day weekend)
June 1 (Saturday) – ‘Summer Showdown 25’ Buffalo Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX
June 15 (Sat) – ‘Texoma 25’ at 82 Speedway, Petty TX  $2,000/win and $300/start
June 22 (Sat) – To be announced
July 6 (Saturday) – ‘Firecracker 25’ at Buffalo Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX
July 12 (Friday) – ‘MDA Night at the Speedway’ at Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Elm Mott TX
~ Sprint Car Bandits Summer Break ~
September 21 (Saturday) – ‘Texas Thunder 25’ at 105 Speedway, Cleveland TX $2,000/win and $300/start
September 28 (Saturday) - 'Fall Sprint Car Championships' at 82 Speedway, Petty TX $2,000/win and $300/start
October 5 (Sat) – ‘Fall Classic 25’ at Buffalo Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX
October 11 (Fri) – To be announced
October 12 (Sat) – To be announced

If your track is interested in hosting the Sprint Car Bandits, please email SprintCarBandits@outlook.com as soon as possible. This schedule is subject
to change, so please visit the series website prior to traveling. New dates will be published when they become available.

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for all series info, and we look forward to seeing you Friday March 22nd when the Sprint Car Bandits ‘DARE TO BE
DIFFERENT’ Tour comes to Heart O’ Texas Speedway, near Waco, Texas with high-powered 360C.I. winged Sprint Cars battling on the racy ¼ mile
oval for the first time in 2019!

Here’s how the Smiley’s Racing Products 4 Pack Bonus works:

For every 4 consecutive SCB events completed, there will be a bonus fund.

For drivers that signed up for the SCB Fierce 15 driver rewards program, they will split the bonus amount equally between all other Fierce 15 drivers that
compete in each 4 pack of races...regardless of how they finished.

The first Smiley’s Racing Products 4-Pack Bonus amount is $1,500 cash. The next 4-Pack will be announced after the conclusion of this first leg (as we
have to wait to see if any rain outs affect the schedule).

For example, if all 15 compete in all 4 events, they’ll each receive a $100 bonus just for racing all 4.

If 10 of the 15 make all 4, then they’ll each receive $150; and so forth.

The optional Fierce 15 program had not up-front cost to the drivers to sign up. The SCB does not charge a registration fee or annual license/member fee
to any eligible driver competing in the series throughout the season – whether they are a Fierce 15 driver or not. There is a $20 per event draw fee for all
competitors, and that is it. Complete series rules are posted at the series website.

These new SCB series initiatives also helps to ensure fans and race tracks 'who' will be racing there that night, so it assists in pre-promoting each event.

If you’ve missed out on recent press release announcements about the SCB 2019 DARE TO BE DIFFERENT Tour schedule, our new online store, the
SCB rules which are an effort to help make sprint car racing more sustainable, or the Fierce 15 driver rewards initiatives program, please continue to read
on below.
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It’s All Smiles for Sprint Car Bandits Fierce 15 Teams,
with the Smiley’s Racing Products 4 Pack Bonus Program!

Mesquite, TX (3/13/19) by DarinShort.com. The NCRA 360C.
I. Sprint Car Bandits (SCB) series is pleased to announce the
second component of its new 2019 Fierce 15 driver initiatives
program, the “Smiley’s Racing Products 4 Pack Bonus.”

We’d like to thank Smiley’s Racing Products for stepping up
to be a sponsor for this unique new rewards program of the
Sprint Car Bandits.

A huge supporter of dirt track racing, www.SmileysRacing.
com is there for racers across the nation to provide them with
the latest in dirt track racing products and a knowledgeable
staff to make sure to keep those racers ‘on track.’

Tom Lorenz of Smiley’s Racing Products comments: “I’ve
worked with Darin in a variety of ways since the early 90’s,
and he continues to have the best interests of Smiley’s
Racing Products and racers in mind as the industry and
business climate evolves. After we became a series sponsor
last year, we know the Series helps keep our company
message and brand in front of customers throughout the
racing season, and the off season, with consistent
communication. This new program directly benefits racing
teams and it will help keep more of them on track as the
season wears on, so we’re glad to be involved.”
MARCH 23, 2019 - THANK YOU to the great
HOT Speedway fans and to the 30 Sprint
Car Bandits teams that supported the series
opener on Friday night, March 22nd under
beautiful, dry weather conditions.

A stout and loaded field of top-flight sprint
car teams assembled for three 10-car, 10-
lap heat races that had lots of passing an
excitement with the "no more cones" rules of
the Sprint Car Bandits.

Late arrival Jeb Sessums (it's Friday night
and hard for the working racers of the series
to all get there early) would become the high
points driver and pole sitter for the feature
after earning every single point he garnered
from his 10h place heat race starting
position. Jeb would claw his way through the
field finishing second to Channin Tankersley.

The Sprint Car Bandits do not redraw for
feature race starting position, as these guys
earn every point they get in their heats, and
they've all earned their starting spots.

And history has shown, a front row starting
position in the Sprint Car Bandits series
rarely leads to a win.

Such was the case in this particular feature
race.

The feature race fired off with a wide, slick
racing surface that allowed two and three
wide racing all around the 1/4 mile banked
dirt oval.

The battle up front was literally up for grabs
with four drivers contending for the lead -
with no apparent driver having an
advantage.

About 5 laps in the track quickly began to
transition and you could clearly see a wide
swath of rubber was being laid down on the
track, which lead to dizzying lap speeds in
the 12-second bracket.

The developing 'skid-flippy' track conditions
then led to highly unpredictable reactions of
the cars. The speeds were so high that
when a driver would catch a quickly
narrowing patch of ‘dry slick’ conditions, it
would really upset their car leading to
extreme snowplow or loose conditions.

Such was the case with a incredibly quick
Channin Tankersley. After a short yellow
and tires cooling off a tick, the race resumed
with a torrid battle up front, then disaster
struck.

When the field entered the apex of corners
one and two, without any prior notice,
suddenly Channin’s car lost all traction and
snap-spun directly in front of 14 more hard
charging sprint cars.

Instantaneous evasive action was taken by
several drivers to miss the ensuing fracas,
and Michael Day had the front row seat to
the situation, and he somehow jolted the car
out of the path of Channin without touching
him, only to find the concrete wall right in his
immediate future.

Day would pound the concrete hard with the
bulk of the impact being absorbed by the
chassis, however it left him with a bell-ringer.

As a precaution, Michael was taken to the
hospital, where was checked out and
everything came back good. Michael
commented that he’s going to be sore for a
few days, but he feels everything will be ok.

So, we’re all thankful to hear that news. Prior
to the incident, Michael was blazing through
the field from his 20th place starting position
and had commented what a rocket ship his
car was.

After the incident, the race resumed with the
skid-flippy conditions prevailing, continuing
the wild and unpredictable car reactions
(see video from Don Cook https://www.
youtube.com/watch?v=_aYPiD1woB0 ).

Third place Marcus Thomas would make a
power move around pole setter Jeb
Sessums and would lead the final round of
laps, and picking up his first-ever Sprint Car
Bandits series win!

Remarkably, it was less than a year ago
when Marcus would receive what could have
been a career ending injury at a sprint event
in Louisiana; but after a long recovery
period, this win marked an exclamation point
on his recovery, that being, Marcus Thomas
is BACK!

An emotional Marcus Thomas reflected in
victory lane about his long road to recovery
and how much it meant for him to be
standing in victory lane once again.

Wow, what a night!

Several drivers advanced a multitude of
positions in the feature event, including 3rd
place finisher Chad Wilson who started in
13th. Other big movers in the feature
included 19th place starter Justin Fifield who
came home in 5th, and Josh Hawkins
finishing in 7th after taking the green from
his 18th place starting spot.

Please enjoy the swath of pictures from the
evening, which started out with a
spectacularly popular pre-race SCB Fan
Fest. Throngs of fans got to the track an
hour early just to take part in it, and the line
at the SCB t-shirt stand was solid the
duration of the event. Thanks again to the
teams and fans for making the time for this
interactive pre-race event to take place. We
will have the SCB Fan Fest at every event
on the 2019 DARE TO BE DIFFERENT Tour.

And a special thanks to Fred Summers at
FixYourGenerator.com for putting up $200
in the Cash ‘Fix’ Bonus held during the
drivers meeting. Attached to this post is a
picture of the winners, along with Fred
Summers and flagman Kevin Fry.

NEXT UP for the series will be next Saturday,
March 30th at the ¼ mile dirt oval of
Kennedale Speedway Park in Kennedale,
Texas. Last year, a huge crowd came to
witness the first-ever SCB tour stop and
local favorite Jeb Sessums earned his first-
ever SCB feature win.

DON’T MISS our pre-race Fan Fest at KSP,
which is set for 5:30pm-6pm, with racing
starting early, at 7pm.
Heart O' Texas Speedway Sprint Car Bandits Series crowd -
3/22/19. Thanks to everyone that supported the event!

Congratulations to the winners of the Sprint
Car Bandits pre-race FixYourGenerator.com
Cash 'Fix' Bonus at HOT Speedway from
company owner Fred Summers.

From L to R, pictured is Casey Burkham (on
his 18th birthday, no less!), Fred Summers,
Kevin Fry (flagman), Austin Burkham,
Christian Kinnison and Michelle Melton.

Congrats once again to the winners and
THANK YOU again to Fred Summers and
FixYourGenerator.com for the long-time
support of the Sprint Car Bandits series!

NEXT UP for the Sprint Car Bandits DARE
TO BE DIFFERENT Tour is this Saturday,
March 30th at the beautiful KENNEDALE
SPEEDWAY PARK kicking off with FAN
FEST at 5:30-6pm!

FIERCE 360C.I. SPRINT CAR RACING COMING to 105 SPEEDWAY on SATURDAY APRIL 13th!

Cleveland, TX (04/08/19) by DarinShort.com.  Nestled just inside the border of Sam Houston National Forest is the racy ¼ mile clay oval of 105 Speedway
near Cleveland, Texas. THIS SATURDAY, April 13th at 6pm, the top 360 C.I. sprint car drivers in the region will be on hand at 105 to electrify the crowd
with the running of the $2,000 to win and $300 to start ‘Liberty 25’ NCRA Sprint Car Bandits (SCB) series event. This will be the first SCB ‘DARE TO BE
DIFFERENT’ Tour date at 105 for 2019, the series will return on Saturday, September 21st.

TOP-LINE STORY HIGHLIGHTS: FANS plan to arrive early! SCB pre-race FAN FEST takes place next to the grandstand ticket window from 5:00pm-5:
45pm…hot laps are early, 6pm! SCB DRIVERS: draw-in begins at 4:30pm and drivers meeting is at 4:40pm. Make sure to catch up on the 'driver race
week updates' on the SCB Facebook page.  Click www.105SpeedwayRacing.com for all track details and directions and visit www.SprintCarBandits.com
for all series information.

:30 105 REWIND: The last time the Sprint Car Bandits were at 105 Speedway in 2018, a fantastic racing surface greeted the 24 SCB race teams for a
night of exciting racing action. Scottie McDonald took command from polesitter and Washington state native Seth Bergman to score a very popular win
with the local crowd. Bergman took home $1,000 for finishing second, with popular DFW area racer John Ricketts finishing in 3rd.

RACE FANS: Make plans to arrive early at the track to take in the pre-race Sprint Car Bandits “Fierce 15” Fan Fest! It will take place directly next to the
main ticket window from 5pm until about 5:45pm. There, you can meet the drivers of the Fierce 15, get selfies, purchase their 2019 t-shirt designs (get
them autographed!) and get a good close look at the cars. SCB Fan Fest is an effort to help sprint car racing get back to the good ‘ol days when there
was generally more fan interaction with the race teams. Back then it was common for most of the fans to go to the pits after the races to meet with the
teams, and now in many cases the races at tracks don’t finish in time to make that feasible. This is an effort to fire back up that interaction by simply
flipping the timing element. Pre-race Fan Fest will take place at every SCB series event in 2019.

The following drivers make up the 2019 Sprint Car Bandits Fierce 15 and will be competing for added money for their support of the series: Colby Estes,
Michael Day, Claud Estes III, Dalton Stevens, Scott Evans, Chance McCrary, Dale Wester, Junior Jenkins, Cody Hall, Josh Hawkins, Casey Burkham,
Steve McMackin, Will Eggimann, Mark Zoeller and Mark Huddleston. Fans can expect to see these drivers competing in 2019 Sprint Car Bandits series
events, along with any eligible sprint car driver that chooses to race with the series on a night-to-night basis – as was the case in previous seasons.
Drivers interested in the Sprint Car Bandits Fierce 15 program can contact SprintCarBandits@outlook.com for additional information.

If you’d like to get your brand new Fierce 15 driver t-shirts prior to Fan Fest, the new online store at www.SprintCarBandits.com is now open and it costs
just more $3 to have your item shipped to you.

105 Speedway is located at 1288 Fostoria Road in Cleveland, TX 77328. Just take the Hwy 105 exit off I-69 in Cleveland, then head west for about 4.2
miles, then turn north once you reach Fostoria Road. The track is located up the road 1.2 miles north on the right side of the road. On race day, the
track phone number is 281-592-0905. Click www.105SpeedwayRacing.com for the track website. The first green flag on April 13th is slated for 6pm, so
please make plans to arrive early.

FUNNY 105 FACTOID: Why is this event called the Liberty 25? Primarily because the track and Cleveland are in Liberty County, and it is paying
deference to the area, its history and its residents. But not so fast! What’s entertaining, after speaking with the track owner, Jerry Brown, the county
line actually runs through the pit area of the property! So, although the Liberty 25 will technically take place in Liberty County, the race car drivers have
to come from Montgomery County to race in it! I thought everyone would get a chuckle out of this little-know 105 Speedway factoid.

RACE TEAMS: all sprint car teams that sign in will draw for heat race starting positions, regardless of their engine C.I. displacement (up to and including
360C.I.) and will receive passing points to determine their straight-up from points feature race starting position. All drivers make sure to read the posted
rules at the series website prior to heading to the track.

25-lap “Liberty 25” NCRA Sprint Car Bandits feature event payback: $2,000, $1,000, $600, $500, $400, $390, $380, $370, $360, $350, $340, $330,
$320, $310, $300, $300, $300, $300, $300, $300. $100 for non-qualifiers or non-starters. No entry fee or series license or membership fee; $20
competitor nightly draw-in fee. Drivers must go to www.SprintCarBandits.com prior to arrival for complete rules, purse, registration (free, but required)
and procedures information, located under the ‘Driver/Rules’ tab.

DARE TO BE DIFFERENT: Why are we calling this season the ‘DARE TO BE DIFFERENT’ tour? The SCB series has a unique rules package that allows
teams to use their current equipment (especially in the engine compartment) yet curbing nightly tire expense...which helps equalize the competition with
teams of varying budget sizes. The SCB “20° wing angle rule” also helps by freeing up the cars to be able to pass easier in many cases that also helps
reduce excess tire and engine wear. Our ‘one rear tire all night long’ rule has not only saved racers thousands of dollars over the past three years, but
to date, we’ve yet to have one tire fail (blow) due to excess tire wear in any feature race we’ve held.

All these small, yet effective changes, have been accomplished without the racers having to purchase something out of the ordinary. And we essentially
haven’t changed the rules since the inception of the series at the end of 2015.

And let’s face it, since the events of 9/11/2001, a lot of the economics of the sport of dirt track racing have changed drastically (especially the cost of
travel, track insurance, general crowd sizes, cost of racing components), yet there really hasn’t been much being done on a nationwide level to help
counteract those economic impacts. We aren’t trying to say we’ve ‘fixed’ all those impacts, but at least we are doing something to help curb racer
expenses – and it’s working.

Our rules package certainly has made for exciting and unpredictable racing outcomes – as there were 13 different feature winners in 16 SCB events in
2018. When you add these components together, that’s a result of why we DARE TO BE DIFFERENT!

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for the latest in series news and where the DARE TO BE DIFFERENT Tour is headed to next. You can also reach the
SCB on Facebook, at www.Facebook.com/SprintCarBandits .

If your business is interested in getting involved with the SCB series, please email SprintCarBandits@Outlook.com for more information. There are
effective programs available for all sizes of budgets.

We would like to thank last season’s sponsors of the Sprint Car Bandits series: Rodd Hanna's Air Performance, A&M Glass Service, Palm Harbor Homes,
Kustom Craft Exhibits, Gen-Tech at FixYourGenerator.com, Mow Time in Farmersville, RockAuto.com, Pro-Tech Service Co., Scott Baylor Racing
Engines, American Elevator Technologies, South Dallas Battery & Electric Co., Gary Floyd Homes, Utility Trailer of Dallas, Inc., DFW Urethane, Valvoline
Express Care of Seagoville, www.DarinShort.com , www.ShopTheBOSS.com and the SCB points fund is sponsored by Smiley’s Racing Products &
Hoosier Tire Southwest.

NCRA Sprint Car Bandits Confirmed Event Schedule, as of 03/06/19:

March 22 (Friday) – ‘Gene Adamcik Memorial’ at Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Elm Mott TX
March 30 (Saturday) – ‘Sprint Car Bandits Spring Championships’ at Kennedale Speedway Park, Kennedale TX (Rained out, New Date TBA)
April 13 (Saturday) – ‘Liberty 25’ at 105 Speedway, Cleveland TX $2,000/win and $300/start
April 20 (Saturday) – ‘Bunny Hop 25’ at LoneStar Speedway, Kilgore TX $2,000/win and $300/start (Easter weekend)
April 27 (Saturday) - '82 Speedway Sprint Car Championships' at 82 Speedway, Petty TX $2,000/win and $300/start
May 4 (Saturday) – ‘Grand Opening Celebration 25’ at Buffalo Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX
May 11 (Saturday) – To be announced
May 25 (Saturday) – 2nd Annual ‘Sprint Car MAYnia’ NCRA Series vs Sprint Car Bandits at 81 Speedway, Park City, KS $2,000/win and $300/start
May 26 (Sunday) – 2nd Annual ‘Sprint Car MAYnia’ NCRA Series vs Sprint Car Bandits, at 81 Speedway, Park City, KS $2,000/win and $300/start  
(Mem’l Day weekend)
June 1 (Saturday) – ‘Summer Showdown 25’ Buffalo Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX
June 15 (Sat) – ‘Texoma 25’ at 82 Speedway, Petty TX  $2,000/win and $300/start
June 22 (Sat) – To be announced
July 6 (Saturday) – ‘Firecracker 25’ at Buffalo Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX
July 12 (Friday) – ‘MDA Night at the Speedway’ at Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Elm Mott TX
~ Sprint Car Bandits Summer Break ~
September 21 (Saturday) – ‘Texas Thunder 25’ at 105 Speedway, Cleveland TX $2,000/win and $300/start
September 28 (Saturday) - 'Fall Sprint Car Championships' at 82 Speedway, Petty TX $2,000/win and $300/start
October 5 (Sat) – ‘Fall Classic 25’ at Buffalo Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX
October 11 (Fri) – To be announced
October 12 (Sat) – To be announced

If your track is interested in hosting the Sprint Car Bandits, please email SprintCarBandits@outlook.com as soon as possible. This schedule is subject
to change, so please visit the series website prior to traveling. New dates will be published when they become available.

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for all series info, and we look forward to seeing you THIS SATURDAY April 13th when the Sprint Car Bandits ‘DARE TO
BE DIFFERENT’ Tour roars in to 105 Speedway near Cleveland, Texas with high-powered 360C.I. winged Sprint Cars battling on the racy ¼ mile oval for
the first time in 2019!
KSP ended up getting froze out on 3/30 and rained out on 4/6. We're working on a replacement
date and will let everyone know when we can get one ironed out.
7:30AM APRIL 13 105 SPEEDWAY UPDATE: The Sprint Car Bandits Series is RAINED OUT TONIGHT
at 105 SPEEDWAY in CLEVELAND, TX and it is POSTPONED to SATURDAY JUNE 22nd.

TRACK OWNERS TINA & JERRY are disappointed with today's weather, but they're already looking
forward to us coming down there on June 22nd for the $2,000/win and $300/start LIBERTY 25.

NEXT UP: The Sprint Car Bandits take on the 1/3 mile high-banks of LONESTAR SPEEDWAY in the
$2,000/win and $300/start championship feature, PLUS we will featuring the
KOOL TRIKES HEAT
RACE BONUSES and the CABINETS BY TOMMY $500 POLE SCRAMBLE (details posted here.)
IT’S a HUGE SPRINT CAR BANDITS RACE WEEK at LONESTAR SPEEDWAY – THIS SAT. APRIL 20th, 7pm!

-DON’T MISS Pre-Race SCB FAN FEST from 6 until about 6:45pm, it’s going to be a BLAST! Meet the drivers, get selfies, see the cars up close, buy team
and series apparel – and get your ‘race on’ early with the great cold drinks and hot food at the LoneStar Speedway concessions stand! LoneStar also has
a great line of track souvenirs as well, so don’t miss out on all the pre-race activities!

- The current FORECAST is DRY, SUNNY & 78°!!!

- ADULT G.A. to this event is just $17! Thanks to LSS for holding the line and keeping ticket prices to this awesome event as family-friendly as possible!

- All LoneStar divisions are racing for great purse money too – Outlaw Modifieds, Factory Stocks, Limited Modifieds and FWD 4-Cylinders! The Sprint Cars
will be 2nd or 3rd feature out.

- Added bonuses: The SCB heat race winners will each collect $100 cash from Randy Butler of Kool Trikes! The top 6 qualifiers will all go to the Cabinets
by Tommy $500 Pole Scramble, which will be a 5-lap race and will determine the top 6 starters in the feature, with the winner collecting $500 cash!

- H-U-G-E Easter Egg Hunt for the Kiddo’s. Racers please bring extra filled eggs to be added to the huge amount of them provided by the track, so each
kid gets a bunch of them!

Here are complete event details:

Kilgore, TX (04/15/19) by DarinShort.com. The 360C.I. NCRA Sprint Car Bandits (SCB) series 2019 ‘DARE TO BE DIFFERENT’ Tour is headed to the 1/3-
mile high banks of LoneStar Speedway (LSS) near Kilgore THIS SATURDAY, April 20th with the annual running of the Bunny Hop 25. The night will kick off
with the SCB Fan Fest behind the grandstands from 6-6:45pm, followed by the annual massive Easter Egg Hunt for the kids (race teams: please bring
filled eggs to add to the huge eggstravaganza!).

:30 LSS 2018 Series Finale REWIND: The last time the Sprint Car Bandits were at LoneStar Speedway was September 29th, and the feature race was full
of ‘typical’ LoneStar action. And when I say typical, I mean full of excitement…which is the norm at LoneStar when the sprint cars hit the high banks! Scott
Evans and Michael Day would pace the 21-car starting field early on, with a hungry Marcus Thomas in tow. Marcus had just returned to racing after a near
career ending crash last May in Louisiana. Thomas would take command of the 25-lapper mid-way through and then disaster struck with two laps to go.
Thomas was hammer down on the fast slurpy clay surface when two lapped cars directly in front of him were racing side-by-side, and both he and Michael
Day closed at a rate so fast that they had to get on the binders enough that they made contact, resulting with Thomas knocking down his left rear tire. The
green would remain out the final two laps, with Thomas limping to the pits, while Day would take home the $2,000 win.

RACE FANS: Make plans to arrive early at the track to take in the pre-race Sprint Car Bandits “Fierce 15” Fan Fest! It will take place directly next to the
main ticket window from 6pm until about 6:45pm. There, you can meet the drivers of the Fierce 15, get selfies, purchase their 2019 t-shirt designs (get
them autographed!) and get a good close look at the cars. SCB Fan Fest is an effort to help sprint car racing get back to the good ‘ol days when there
was generally more fan interaction with the race teams. Back then it was common for most of the fans to go to the pits after the races to meet with the
teams, and now in many cases the races at tracks don’t finish in time to make that feasible. This is an effort to fire back up that interaction by simply
flipping the timing element. Pre-race Fan Fest will take place at every SCB series event in 2019.

If you’d like to get your brand new Fierce 15 driver t-shirts prior to Fan Fest, the new online store at www.SprintCarBandits.com is now open. Reminder,
that proceeds from Fierce 15 driver apparel benefits each individual driver that is a part of the program, so please show your support by grabbing one
when you can...and your support will help drivers better funded throughout the season.

The following drivers make up the 2019 Sprint Car Bandits Fierce 15 and will be competing for added money for their support of the series: Colby Estes,
Michael Day, Claud Estes III, Dalton Stevens, Scott Evans, Chance McCrary, Dale Wester, Junior Jenkins, Cody Hall, Josh Hawkins, Casey Burkham, Steve
McMackin, Will Eggimann, Mark Zoeller and Mark Huddleston. Fans can expect to see these drivers competing in 2019 Sprint Car Bandits series events,
along with any eligible sprint car driver that chooses to on a night-to-night basis, just as in previous seasons. Drivers interested in the Sprint Car Bandits
Fierce 15 program can contact SprintCarBandits@outlook.com for additional information.

LoneStar Speedway is located at 3131 FM 1252 Kilgore, TX 75662, Track Phone on race day is: (903)-986-9731. Specifically, if you are on I-20 (either
direction) take Exit 583 and head north to the 4-way stop light (about 1/2 mile). Go east (right) about 1 mile and you will see the track entrance on the
south (right) side of the road. The web address is www.LoneStarSpeedway.com or search Facebook by entering: "LoneStar Speedway." Adult GA to this
event is $17, with Seniors/Military $15, Ages 6-11 are $5; while Pit Passes are $35.

RACE TEAMS: all sprint car teams that sign in will draw for heat race starting positions, regardless of their engine C.I. displacement (up to and including
360C.I.) and will receive passing points to determine their straight-up from points feature race starting position. All drivers make sure to read the posted
rules at the series website prior to heading to the track.

Here’s the purse structure for the SCB championship feature: $2,000 – 1,000 – 600 – 500 – 400 – 390 – 380 – 370 – 360 – 350 – 340 – 330 – 320 – 310
– 300…to start. All non-qualifiers or non-starters will each receive $100. There is no entry fee, no series membership fee and a $20 nightly draw fee.
Drivers should go to www.SprintCarBandits.com prior to arrival for complete rules, purse and procedures information.

$500 POLE SCRAMBLE ADDED: Tommy Bryant of Cabinets By Tommy LLC in Granbury Texas has stepped up to provide the NCRA 360C.I. Sprint Car
Bandits drivers a sizable bonus for the April 20th series event coming to LoneStar Speedway (near Kilgore, TX – Exit 583 & I-20), with the Cabinets by
Tommy LLC $500 Pole Scramble!

SBC :30 SECOND REWIND: During the past 17 Sprint Car Bandits events (dating back to the first event of 2018, through today), there have been 14
different feature winners – which is pretty incredible. This factoid is a further testament of just how well the SCB series rules work and how deep the
competition is throughout the field of drivers. And only 4 of those 17 feature winners actually started from the pole position in the feature event, which
shows how much actual racing goes on at our series events!

That being said, here’s how the Cabinets by Tommy LLC $500 Pole Scramble will work at LoneStar Speedway on Saturday, April 20th:

All SCB teams will draw in and qualify in their heat races as normal, with normal series passing points.

At the conclusion of the heat races, finishing points plus passing points will be added up for each driver (as always), and the top 6 in overall points after
the heat races will advance to the Cabinets by Tommy LLC $500 Pole Scramble.

The 5-lap Pole Scramble will be lined up straight up by overall heat race points, and the winner will take home an additional $500 from Cabinets by Tommy
LLC!

In addition, the finishing order of the Pole Scramble will become the lineup for the first 3 rows of that night’s 25-lap championship feature event.

The balance of the feature field will be as normal, which is straight up by heat race points for drivers finishing 7th through 16th. The remaining cars will
come from the B-feature (which is also lined straight up by finishing points 17th (on the pole of the B) through the last remaining car in the field).

In light of the fact that all Sprint Car Bandits feature race lineups have always been straight up (no dreaded redraws), this will add a real interesting twist.

For example, at the last SCB event, heat race pole sitter Channin Tankersley started on the pole of his heat race and blistered the field. However, there
were several other drivers that earned more total points than him at the end of the heats, so Channin was slated to line up 6th in the feature event.

Now, with the advent of the Cabinets by Tommy LLC $500 Pole Scramble, a driver like that now has a chance to pass more cars to improve their starting
spot in the feature…and the winner is going to collect a $500 bonus, to boot! It should be a lot of fun and make for added excitement for the race fans.

MORE ABOUT THE SPONSOR, Cabinets by Tommy LLC: Tommy Bryant is the company head, which is based out of Granbury Texas (southwest of Ft.
Worth). Many of you know his daughter through sprint car racing, which is Britany Bryant that drove the beautiful #99B car at select Sprint Car Bandits
events in the past. Cabinets by Tommy LLC is an extremely popular service-providing company for many homeowners throughout the Metroplex area, and
they can be reached at TommysCabinets@outlook.com or by phoning 817-991-0659. Tommy, Britany and crew will be on hand to meet with racers and
the fans at the Pre-Race Fan Fest at LoneStar, taking place at 6-6:45pm in the grandstand area on April 20th.

PLUS KOOL TRIKES $100 HEAT RACE BONUSES: Kool Trikes out of Clarksville Texas (east of Paris on Hwy 82) is a manufacturer of independent
suspension trike conversion kits exclusively for Harley Davidson motorcycles. Kool Trikes offers kits to convert your two-wheel Harley Davidson motorcycle
to a three-wheeler. They have kits for every popular Harley model as well as an independent suspension upgrade for the Harley factory Tri Glides as well.

Last year Kool Trikes was an associate sponsor on Sammy Swindell's sprint car for the Knoxville Nationals, but this year Kool Trikes founder Randy Butler
has decided to go back to his roots and sponsor events to help support local racers and the racing community, and has formed an alliance with the 360C.
I. Sprint Car Bandits Series based out of DFW.

Kool Trikes was created 11 years ago by long-time sprint car and winged super modified driver Randy Butler. Many of you fans will remember his great
looking #5 sprinter that competed in a variety of series events, such as the IRA, WoO and ASCoC. A few years after sustaining career ending injuries at
Knoxville in 1998 he decided that he wanted a motorcycle again. Problem was suffering from occasional bouts of vertigo riding a two-wheeler was just to
unsafe.

Randy started looking into three-wheelers, or as they are known, trikes. He could see a need for trikes in general and became a dealer for three national
brands. Problem was he couldn't find a trike that met his quality standards in ride, handling, and fit and finish expectations. Riding a trike just wasn't as fun
as it should have been. Randy decided to build a better mouse trap so to speak...and Kool Trikes was born.

To contact Kool Trikes, visit them at www.KoolTrikes.com and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Kool-Trikes-353958338031966

Plus, you can visit with Randy in the Sprint Car Bandits pre-race Fan Fest at LoneStar Speedway on Saturday, April 20th and at 82 Speedway on
Saturday, April 27th. See posted event flyers for details such as times and locations. Randy will have a Kool Trikes unit on display in the Fan Fest area.

Additionally, for those two specific Sprint Car Bandits series events, all of the sprint car heat races will be renamed the Sprint Car Bandits Kool Trikes Heat
Races, each paying $100/win from Kool Trikes!

This event is also part of the www.SmileysRacing.com 4 Pack Bonus program that awards the SCB Fierce 15 teams with added bonus money, paid out for
their support of the Series in increments of each ‘4 Pack’ of SCB events completed throughout the season. More details are posted at the series website.

DARE TO BE DIFFERENT: Why are we calling this season the ‘DARE TO BE DIFFERENT’ tour? The SCB series has a unique rules package that allows
teams to use their current equipment (especially in the engine compartment) yet curbing nightly tire expense...which helps equalize the competition with
teams of varying budget sizes. The SCB “20° wing angle rule” also helps by freeing up the cars to be able to pass easier in many cases that also helps
reduce excess tire and engine wear. Our ‘one rear tire all night long’ rule has not only saved racers thousands of dollars over the past three years, but to
date, we’ve yet to have one tire fail (blow) due to excess tire wear in any feature race we’ve held.

All these small, yet effective changes, have been accomplished without the racers having to purchase something out of the ordinary. And we essentially
haven’t changed the rules since the inception of the series at the end of 2015.

And let’s face it, since the events of 9/11/2001, a lot of the economics of the sport of dirt track racing have changed drastically (especially the cost of
travel, track insurance, general crowd sizes, cost of racing components), yet there really hasn’t been much being done on a nationwide level to help
counteract those economic impacts. We aren’t trying to say we’ve ‘fixed’ all those impacts, but at least we are doing something to help curb racer expenses
– and it’s working.

Our rules package certainly has made for exciting and unpredictable racing outcomes – as there were 13 different feature winners in 16 SCB events in
2018 – and we already had a brand new first-time winner at our opening event of 2019, so that makes 14 different winners the past 17 events! When you
add these components together, that’s a result of why we DARE TO BE DIFFERENT.

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for the latest in series news and where the DARE TO BE DIFFERENT Tour is headed to next. You can also reach the
SCB on Facebook, at www.Facebook.com/SprintCarBandits .

If your business is interested in getting involved with the SCB series, please email SprintCarBandits@Outlook.com for more information. There are
effective programs available for all sizes of budgets.

We would like to thank last season’s sponsors of the Sprint Car Bandits series: Rodd Hanna's Air Performance, A&M Glass Service, Palm Harbor Homes,
Kustom Craft Exhibits, Gen-Tech at FixYourGenerator.com, Mow Time in Farmersville, RockAuto.com, Pro-Tech Service Co., Scott Baylor Racing Engines,
American Elevator Technologies, South Dallas Battery & Electric Co., Gary Floyd Homes, Utility Trailer of Dallas, Inc., DFW Urethane, Valvoline Express
Care of Seagoville, www.DarinShort.com , www.ShopTheBOSS.com and the SCB points fund is sponsored by Smiley’s Racing Products & Hoosier Tire
Southwest.

NCRA Sprint Car Bandits Confirmed Event Schedule, as of 04/15/19:

March 22 (Friday) – ‘Gene Adamcik Memorial’ at Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Elm Mott TX (Marcus Thomas winner)

March 30 (Saturday) – ‘Sprint Car Bandits Spring Championships’ at Kennedale Speedway Park, Kennedale TX (Postponed by Rain until Saturday, May
18)

April 13 (Saturday) – ‘Liberty 25’ at 105 Speedway, Cleveland TX $2,000/win and $300/start (Postponed by rain to June 22)

April 20 (Saturday) – ‘Bunny Hop 25’ at LoneStar Speedway, Kilgore TX $2,000/win and $300/start (Easter weekend)

April 27 (Saturday) - '82 Speedway Sprint Car Championships' at 82 Speedway, Petty TX $2,000/win and $300/start

May 4 (Saturday) – ‘Grand Opening Celebration 25’ at Buffalo Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX

May 11 (Saturday) – Event booked, to be announced in the next few days

May 18 (Saturday) - ‘Sprint Car Bandits Spring Championships’ at Kennedale Speedway Park, Kennedale TX

May 25 (Saturday) – 2nd Annual ‘Sprint Car MAYnia’ NCRA Series vs Sprint Car Bandits at 81 Speedway, Park City, KS $2,000/win and $300/start

May 26 (Sunday) – 2nd Annual ‘Sprint Car MAYnia’ NCRA Series vs Sprint Car Bandits, at 81 Speedway, Park City, KS $2,000/win and $300/start (Mem’l
Day weekend)

June 1 (Saturday) – ‘Summer Showdown 25’ Buffalo Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX

June 15 (Sat) – ‘Texoma 25’ at 82 Speedway, Petty TX $2,000/win and $300/start

June 22 (Sat) – ‘Liberty 25’ at 105 Speedway, Cleveland TX $2,000/win and $300/start

July 6 (Saturday) – ‘Firecracker 25’ at Buffalo Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX

July 12 (Friday) – ‘MDA Night at the Speedway’ at Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Elm Mott TX

~ Sprint Car Bandits Summer Break ~

September 21 (Saturday) – ‘Texas Thunder 25’ at 105 Speedway, Cleveland TX $2,000/win and $300/start

September 28 (Saturday) - 'Fall Sprint Car Championships' at 82 Speedway, Petty TX $2,000/win and $300/start

October 5 (Sat) – ‘Fall Classic 25’ at Buffalo Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX

October 11 (Fri) – To be announced

October 12 (Sat) – To be announced

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for all series info, and we look forward to seeing you Saturday, April 20th when the Sprint Car Bandits ‘DARE TO BE
DIFFERENT’ Tour returns to LoneStar Speedway, near Kilgore Texas with high-powered 360C.I. winged Sprint Cars battling on the racy 1/3 mile oval for
the only scheduled time in 2019!
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POSTED 4/21/19: THANK YOU to the 28 Sprint Car
Bandits teams & great group of fans that came out to
support our host track LoneStar Speedway on Saturday
April 20th.

And thank you to KoolTrikes.com for paying $100 to each
of the heat winners and Cabinets By Tommy of Granbury
for putting up $500 to win the Pole Scramble.

It ended up being a hotly contested feature event, yet with
several near-the-front running drivers experiencing one
problem or another as the laps ran down.

Austin Mundie would wrestle the lead from Pole scramble
winner Marcus Thomas, only to run out of fuel on a lap 20
restart.

Claud Estes would drop out of a strong third place when he
thinks his Mag broke as the car just stopped, and it was
about at that same time that another impressive John
Ricketts performance would end in his engine expiring.

Will Eggimann got in to a solid 3rd and while running the
wall in corner 3 drifted up just enough to suck the right
front into the wall breaking an axle.

And Josh Hawkins was running 3rd and ran out of fuel.

So when the 25-lapper reached its conclusion, Marcus
Thomas picked up his second Sprint Car Bandits feature
event and hauled in $2,500 for his efforts.

This marks only the 5th time out of the last 18 SCB events
the pole sitter would go on to win.

The feature race concluded before 10:30pm.

Thanks once again to all that helped make this event
possible and we look forward to another great night of
racing at 82 Speedway in Petty, Texas next Saturday.

Just go to SprintCarBandits.com and 82Speedway.com for
the whole scoop.

Happy Easter everyone!

DON'T MISS THE ‘BANDITS FIRST VISIT to the NEW 82 SPEEDWAY – SAT. APRIL 27th!

Petty, TX (04/09/19) by DarinShort.com. First off, EVERYONE needs to mark their calendars right now to plan to come to the new 82 Speedway in Petty,
Texas on SATURDAY APRIL 27th for the Sprint Car Bandits Championships event! This is going to be a THROWDOWN track for sprint car racing – and
this is going to be the first sprint car event held on the new track configuration!

Here’s the scoop on the new 82 Speedway:

-There are no walls all the way around the immediate racing surface of the track - including the straights. There is a runoff area of about 10' on the
straights and upwards of 30' in the corners!

-The wide, full 1/3 mile track has plenty of width and will encourage lots of slide jobs, momentum and racing room, while still giving fans the ‘in-your-face’
racing experience they love.

-The facility is laid out great, and there's tons of space for everyone, from the pit area through the grandstand to the spectator parking area.

-It's located directly on Hwy 82 between Paris (15 minutes west) and Bonham (20 minutes east), so there's no having to 'search' for the track. It took me
about 80 minutes to get there from the intersection of I-30/Bush/Bass Pro Shops in the Metroplex. Adult GA to this event is just $17, with Seniors/Military
$15, Ages 6-11 are $5; while Pit Passes are $35. Small food/drink coolers (no glass containers) are allowed with a $5 service fee. A full compliment of hot
food and cold soft drinks are available.

-Very good lighting, track amenities and excellent safety features.

-The elevated grandstand has seating for 3,400 fans - and the entire facility has zero obstructed views for fans in any seat. (Same goes for the pit
grandstands.)

-As witnessed on opening night there, the track owners are all about the advancement of the sport and are very rational, fair and caring people and are all
about creating an environment at the property everyone can enjoy going to.

RACE FANS: Make plans to arrive early at the track to take in the pre-race Sprint Car Bandits “Fierce 15” Fan Fest! It will take place directly next to the
main ticket window from 6pm until about 6:45pm. There, you can meet the drivers of the Fierce 15, get selfies, purchase their 2019 t-shirt designs (get
them autographed!) and get a good close look at the cars. SCB Fan Fest is an effort to help sprint car racing get back to the good ‘ol days when there
was generally more fan interaction with the race teams. Back then it was common for most of the fans to go to the pits after the races to meet with the
teams, and now in many cases the races at tracks don’t finish in time to make that feasible. This is an effort to fire back up that interaction by simply
flipping the timing element. Pre-race Fan Fest will take place at every SCB series event in 2019.

If you’d like to get your brand new Fierce 15 driver t-shirts prior to Fan Fest, the new online store at www.SprintCarBandits.com is now open. Reminder,
that proceeds from Fierce 15 driver apparel benefits each individual driver that is a part of the program, so please show your support by grabbing one
when you can...and your support will help drivers better funded throughout the season.

The following drivers make up the 2019 Sprint Car Bandits Fierce 15 and will be competing for added money for their support of the series: Colby Estes,
Michael Day, Claud Estes III, Dalton Stevens, Scott Evans, Chance McCrary, Dale Wester, Junior Jenkins, Cody Hall, Josh Hawkins, Casey Burkham, Steve
McMackin, Will Eggimann, Mark Zoeller and Mark Huddleston. Fans can expect to see these drivers competing in 2019 Sprint Car Bandits series events,
along with any eligible sprint car driver that chooses to on a night-to-night basis, just as in previous seasons. Drivers interested in the Sprint Car Bandits
Fierce 15 program can contact SprintCarBandits@outlook.com for additional information.

TRACK DIRECTIONS: Track is located about 1 mile east of Petty Texas right on Hwy 82, which is about 20 minutes east of Bonham and 15 minutes west of
Paris. 16369 US Hwy 82 Petty, TX 75470. For track and details, go to www.82speedway.com or on Facebook @82Speedway.

RACE TEAMS: all sprint car teams that sign in will draw for heat race starting positions, regardless of their engine C.I. displacement (up to and including
360C.I.) and will receive passing points to determine their straight-up from points feature race starting position. All drivers make sure to read the posted
rules at the series website prior to heading to the track.

Here’s the purse structure for the SCB championship feature: $2,000 – 1,000 – 600 – 500 – 400 – 390 – 380 – 370 – 360 – 350 – 340 – 330 – 320 – 310
– 300…to start. All non-qualifiers or non-starters will each receive $100. There is no entry fee, no series membership fee and a $20 nightly draw fee.
Drivers should go to www.SprintCarBandits.com prior to arrival for complete rules, purse and procedures information.

This is also part of the www.SmileysRacing.com 4 Pack Bonus program that awards the SCB Fierce 15 teams with added bonus money, paid out for their
support of the Series in increments of each ‘4 Pack’ of SCB events completed throughout the season. More details are posted at the series website.

DARE TO BE DIFFERENT: Why are we calling this season the ‘DARE TO BE DIFFERENT’ tour? The SCB series has a unique rules package that allows
teams to use their current equipment (especially in the engine compartment) yet curbing nightly tire expense...which helps equalize the competition with
teams of varying budget sizes. The SCB “20° wing angle rule” also helps by freeing up the cars to be able to pass easier in many cases that also helps
reduce excess tire and engine wear. Our ‘one rear tire all night long’ rule has not only saved racers thousands of dollars over the past three years, but to
date, we’ve yet to have one tire fail (blow) due to excess tire wear in any feature race we’ve held.

All these small, yet effective changes, have been accomplished without the racers having to purchase something out of the ordinary. And we essentially
haven’t changed the rules since the inception of the series at the end of 2015.

And let’s face it, since the events of 9/11/2001, a lot of the economics of the sport of dirt track racing have changed drastically (especially the cost of
travel, track insurance, general crowd sizes, cost of racing components), yet there really hasn’t been much being done on a nationwide level to help
counteract those economic impacts. We aren’t trying to say we’ve ‘fixed’ all those impacts, but at least we are doing something to help curb racer expenses
– and it’s working.

Our rules package certainly has made for exciting and unpredictable racing outcomes – as there were 13 different feature winners in 16 SCB events in
2018 – and we already had a brand new first-time winner at our opening event of 2019, so that makes 14 different winners the past 17 events! When you
add these components together, that’s a result of why we DARE TO BE DIFFERENT.

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for the latest in series news and where the DARE TO BE DIFFERENT Tour is headed to next. You can also reach the
SCB on Facebook, at www.Facebook.com/SprintCarBandits .

NOTE TO SPRINT TEAMS GETTING THERE: It actually only took us like an hour and 20 minutes to get there from our location (Bass Pro Shops/Lake Ray
Hubbard). We've actually been up there a few times already, but if you use Siri, there's a pretty decent shortcut that takes us there.

But for people hauling trailers you've got to be 'up on the wheel' if Siri takes you there on Hwy 50 going north out of Commerce. And for those that know
me, I don't like being in panic situations (that are avoidable) when driving a race car hauler. There are two areas that you need to pay close attention to:

1. When you start to arrive in Ladonia, be advised that all of the sudden in the middle of the town...the asphalt suddenly ends and the road turns to gravel
for about 4 blocks! If you're not mentally prepared for this unexpected twist, it can really throw you for a loop - as you do NOT want to accidentally turn
thinking you're not supposed to go down that gravel road - as that is the correct way - and there are a lot of tiny TINY 'streets' that you'd have to figure out
how to traverse to get back to where you're supposed to be. LOL, but it definitely had me a bit out-of-sorts for a moment the first time I encountered it.

2. And the final item to watch for is when you arrive in Honey Grove. When you approach the stoplight where you turn right onto Hwy 56 (you'll see a
Shamrock gas station on the right side of the intersection), there is a pretty significant grade change going from where you pull up to the stoplight through
where you turn on to Hwy 56. If you're not careful about taking the corner wide enough, I can totally see someone dragging the tail of their trailer on the
ground due to the grade change getting on to the road.

Bottom line, 82 Speedway is clearly one of the top dirt tracks and facilities in the entire region. I really feel all the racers will enjoy it, the fans will love it and
I can't wait til we have our first of three Sprint Car Bandits series stops at this ultra-modern speed plant - with the first one in the pipeline coming on
Saturday April 27th...so DON'T MISS IT!

Click www.82Speedway.com or www.Facebook.com/82Speedway for more track details, schedules and news. Thanks to Shelley and Tracy Peters & staff
for bringing us all such a FANtastic place to enjoy quality dirt track racing events!

18-Year Old Rockets His Way into 82 Speedway
Sprint Car Bandits Victory Lane to Become 15th
Different Series Winner in Past 19 Events!

Petty, TX (4/28/19) by DarinShort.com. With his twin sister
and mom cheering him on in the stands (and his dad
turning the wrenches on the car), 18-year old Casey
Burkham chased down race leader and 'Stepdad' (as
Casey's crew affectionately nicknames him) ‘Wild Willy’
Eggimann in lapped traffic to take the lead, and eventual
$2,000 win, at the Sprint Car Bandits series event held at
the beautiful 82 Speedway in Petty, Texas on Saturday
night April 27th.

Equally as beautiful was the weather for the event, with
temps hovering around the 80° all night long.

The night started off with three www.KoolTrikes.com heat
races, that went G-W-C…yet, just before anyone could
comment on how smooth and fast they were ran, Austin
Mundie’s sizzling fast #4 sprinter would go flipping down
the end of the backstretch into corner #3 after his throttle
stuck.

Following the hair-raising incident, Austin would emerge
unscathed to the roar of the crowd, and the crew would go
to frenetic-paced work pit-side to attempt to get the car
reassembled back together in time to make the feature.

And with the assistance of a team of pit warriors, they
would, as he would join the other 21 A-feature cars just in
the nick of time, to start in 14th.

It would prove to be worth their efforts with Austin’s stellar
drive in the feature event. More on that in a bit.

After a fan-thrilling 4-wide parade lap paced by Randy
Butler’s (yes, the retired Wisconsin sprint car driver) www.
KoolTrikes.com Corvette pace car, assuming high points
driver (after pole sitter Dalton Stevens car would suddenly
drop out coming down to the green) Will ‘Wild Willy’
Eggimann (transplanted veteran sprint car driver from
Jackson, MN via the East Coast) would take immediate
command of the feature race.

Then a sequence of relatively bizarre events would occur.

The caution would come out for a spun-out car, and upon
realigning the cars, it was found that the transponders of
two of the cars somehow got crossed up in the track
scoring system, forcing several laps of caution while
scorers got it straightened out.

And in the meantime, the track surface threw all the drivers
a major curve ball, as all the recent rains and trapped
moisture just below the surface would continue to rise. The
net effect was many of the team’s cars would become very
tight on the fast, now sticky & slurpy surface.

Several tense moments would take place with drivers
getting up on two wheels atop the ultra-fast track, and
Chance “Mow Time” McCrary would do a soft roll-over in
turn one, and a few laps later, Junior Jenkins would suffer
the same fate at the apex of corners 1-2. Both drivers were
reported to be okay.

With the event clock now showing 20-minutes in, and only
three laps completed, during the red flag teams were
allowed to add fuel to their cars – which I believe is the first
time in series history would take place.

It was at about the same time three fast running cars would
suddenly drop out for unrelated reasons: Colby Estes,
Brad Queen and Josh Hawkins.

Eggimann would resume a blistering pace around the 1/3-
mile, high banked black pond-dirt oval, advancing through
lapped traffic cleanly. By mid-race you could see his ever-
tightening J&J Chassis car struggle to stay in the fast line
along with a glowing rear brake rotor, while Casey
Burkham would keep pressure on Eggimann in his well-
prepared Schnee Chassis #45B. A few laps later Burkham
would pounce in lap traffic to cleanly get past the #77W of
Eggimann.

Burkham’s car could not escape the suddenly wicked-fast
conditions either, as his car would tighten up more than he
would have liked, but it stayed good enough to propel him
to his first-ever Sprint Car Bandits 360C.I. feature win.

An elated Burkham in victory lane was joined by his proud
dad and crew, and he would become the 15th different
SCB series winner in the past 19 events dating back to the
start of 2018 – a real testament to the strength of the
group of drivers in the series, and its ultra-competitive
rules package.

The final 22 laps would flash by G-W-C, with lap times in
the 12-second bracket, and the event completing at 10:
56pm.

And what about Austin Mundie? Well, he would bounce
back in amazing fashion after the post-heat race incident
by driving past 11 cars in the feature to come home in the
final podium position. Hats off to Austin and crew for facing
adversity – and conquering it.

Scott Evans, Dalton Stevens and Brad Queen would win
the www.KoolTrikes.com heat race wins, and each will
collect $100 from Randy Butler next week. Randy was
wearing quite a few hats last night, between his Kool Trikes
display, our request for him to be pace driver throughout
the night, and his heat race promos. So, he will be mailing
out those awards to the winning drivers this week. Thank
you once again to Randy for teaming up with the Sprint
Car Bandits series!

Here’s the complete A-feature rundown from 82 Speedway,
on April 27th, 2019. And note that the next series event will
be held at the brand-new Buffalo Creek Speedway in
Canton Texas this coming Saturday night, May 4th. Click
www.BCS19.com for complete track details, and check out
www.SprintCarBandits.com where you’ll find the event flyer
and press release. Thanks once again to everyone that
supported the event, 82 Speedway for an awesome facility
and racing surface, and to the area fans that got a really
good taste of what is to come when the Series returns to
82 on June 15th for the $2,000/win and $300/start
‘Texoma 25.’

Sprint Car Bandits A-feature Results – 82 Speedway,
Petty, TX 4/27/19:

Casey Burkham #45B (started 3rd)
Will Eggimann #77W
Austin Mundie #4
Chad Wilson #20
Dale Wester #12W
Scott Evans #118
Claud Estes III #74E
Bryan Debrick #10
Michael Day #2
DJ Estes #74
Cody Freeman #02
Michael Merrell #33
Daniel Estes #72
Marcus Thomas #15T
Kodey Keimig #27
Junior Jenkins #23
Steve McMackin #41M
Brad Queen #55
Colby Estes #71
Josh Hawkins #80
Chance McCrary #13M
Dalton Stevens #99X
‘BANDITS FEATURED in ‘GRAND OPENING 25’ at the NEW BUFFALO CREEK SPEEDWAY –
SAT. MAY 4th!

Canton, TX (04/18/19) by DarinShort.com. The 360C.I. NCRA Sprint Car Bandits (SCB) series 2019 ‘DARE TO BE DIFFERENT’ Tour is headed to the
brand new 1/4-mile dirt oval of Buffalo Creek Speedway (BCS) in Canton Texas Saturday, May 4th with the running of the ‘Grand Opening 25.’ All SCB
teams will draw in and qualify in their heat races as normal, with normal series passing points.

The night will kick off with the SCB Fan Fest behind the grandstands from 6:30 until about 7:15pm, with racing to follow. The new facility offers
obstruction-free viewing from any seat, a unique ‘standing room’ viewing area on the front stretch and true ‘in your face’ racing action – all in the confines
of a Texas ‘country’ style atmosphere.

:30 BCS Rewind: At the epicenter of the 1980's rebirth to the modern Deep Ellum scene in downtown Dallas, Texas, Russell Hobbs has been at the
forefront
of it all, by creating, launching and operating businesses such as Theatre Gallery, The Prophet Bar and The Door.  About 15 years ago, Hobbs opened
Buffalo Creek MX Park in Canton, and the new Buffalo Creek Speedway is contained within the sprawling property that features lots of trees and natural
country Texas scenery. It is truly a unique setting for dirt track racing.

Russell Hobbs comments: “It’s been my dream since I was a youngster to build, own and operate a dirt oval track, and this has been quite the experience
so far. I’m thankful to have some behind-the-scenes people and staff that have helped quick-start the process so we could avoid as many of the learning
curve challenges as possible. And I always wanted to host a sprint car event, and since I contacted the Sprint Car Bandits series early in December, they
have
been very helpful and resourceful in bringing that dream to a reality. Our goal is to have an exciting sprint car racing event on May 4th and we’re
continuing
to complete project work on the facility in the days leading up to the event. We welcome everyone to come check out the track and facility at our next
regularly scheduled event, which is Friday April 26th. I'd also like to thank Hall Chevrolet, Buick and GM of Canton/Tyler, Whitehouse Tuning & Dyno of
Terrell and RockAuto.com for their support of the speedway.”

RACE FANS: Make plans to arrive early at the track to take in the pre-race Sprint Car Bandits “Fierce 15” Fan Fest! It will take place directly in front of the
grandstand
from 6:30pm until about 7:15pm. There, you can meet the drivers of the Fierce 15, get selfies, purchase their 2019 t-shirt designs (get them
autographed!) and get a
good close look at the cars. SCB Fan Fest is an effort to help sprint car racing get back to the good ‘ol days when there was generally more fan interaction
with the race teams. Back then it was common for most of the fans to go to the pits after the races to meet with the teams, and now in many cases the
races
at tracks don’t finish in time to make that feasible. This is an effort to fire back up that interaction by simply flipping the timing element. Pre-race Fan Fest
will take place at every SCB series event in 2019. The timing of this event also coincides with the popular ‘First Monday Trade Days’ event, which is
located literally less than a 10-minute drive from BCS on Hwy 19 within the Canton city limits, so you might want to make a day of it by stopping by it on
your way to
the races!

If you’d like to get your brand new Fierce 15 driver t-shirts prior to Fan Fest, the new online store at www.SprintCarBandits.com is now open. Reminder,
that proceeds from Fierce 15 driver apparel benefits each individual driver that is a part of the program, so please show your support by grabbing one
when you can...and your support will help drivers better funded throughout the season.

The following drivers make up the 2019 Sprint Car Bandits Fierce 15 and will be competing for added money for their support of the series: Colby Estes,
Michael Day, Claud Estes III, Dalton Stevens, Scott Evans, Chance McCrary, Dale Wester, Junior Jenkins, Cody Hall, Josh Hawkins, Casey Burkham, Steve
McMackin, Will Eggimann, Mark Zoeller and Mark Huddleston. Fans can expect to see these drivers competing in 2019 Sprint Car Bandits series events,
along with any eligible sprint car driver that chooses to on a night-to-night basis, just as in previous seasons. Drivers interested in the Sprint Car Bandits
Fierce 15 program can contact SprintCarBandits@outlook.com for additional information.

Buffalo Creek Speedway is located at 10180 State Highway 19 in Canton and is very easy to get to. Just take the Hwy 19 exit from either direction off I-20
in Canton, then head north approximately four miles and the track entrance will be on the west (left) side of the road. It is also just a short 10-minute drive
from the popular First Monday Trade Days in Canton. From Hwy 80, just exit South on Hwy 19 and go three miles south and you will see the track entrance
on
the West (right) side of the highway. Click www.BCS19.com for all track news and details.

Adult G.A. (ages 12-64) tickets for this event are sold at the ticket booth on race night only and are $20. Grandstand kids (ages 6-11) are $5, and pit
passes are $35. Senior/Active Military G.A. to this event is $15.

SPRINT CAR TEAMS: The standard posted Sprint Car Bandits event purse is in effect. All non-qualifiers or non-starters will each receive $100. There is
no entry fee, no series membership fee and a $20 nightly draw fee. Drivers should go to www.SprintCarBandits.com prior to arrival for complete rules,
purse
and procedures information.  All sprint car teams that sign in will draw for heat race starting positions, regardless of their engine C.I. displacement (up to
and including 360C.I.) and will receive passing points to determine their straight-up from points feature race starting position.

BCS division payback for this event:

Limited Modifieds, Texas Stocks & Factory Stocks (same purse structure, each division): $500 – 300 – 200 – 160 – 120 – 100 – 90 – 80 – 70…to start.

4-Cylinders (FWD & RWD will compete in two separate divisions with two separate purses): $200 – 160 – 120 – 100 – 80 – 60 – 50 – 40…to start.

BCS Non-qualifiers or non-starters will receive $30 each in all divisions. If a driver chooses to compete in more than one division on the same night, the
driver must purchase an additional pit pass per division entered. On regularly scheduled events, if 11 or fewer cars in a division are signed in, the posted
purse structure for that division on that night will start at 2nd place pay and continue down from that point on in their respective posted purse schedules.

If the races rain out before the completion of the heat races, hold on to your ticket stub, as it will be valid for the next scheduled race and exchanged for
the same dollar ticket price value (in other words, if tickets that night were $15, the next event you will have a $15 credit when you redeem your ticket stub
from the previous event). Regarding pit passes, if the races rain out after the heat races, the event is considered complete, and any remaining races will
not be rescheduled and all drivers will receive their posted start money in their scheduled division that night (for any of the feature events that rained out).
If the races rain out during the heat races, pit passes will be worth dollar-for-dollar credit to the next BCS event. There will be no grandstand tickets valid
for a
future date if races are rained out after the completion of heat races.

For track rules and details, go to www.BCS19.com . BCS has no sanctioning fees, just a $30 annual car registration fee (per division).

Buffalo Creek Speedway is a brand-new venue and track amenities will continue to be built as time moves forward. For now, there will be hot grilled food
items, soft drinks, bottled water, candy; etc. all at very economical prices.

Small outside food and drink coolers are allowed through the grandstand gate for a $5 charge. They cannot contain any glass items. There will be a
separate section in the grandstand for fans of legal age to drink beer/wine coolers that they bring in a small drink cooler. On special events or nights
where seating is limited, small drink coolers must fit between your legs and not take up a seat in the grandstand.

This event is also part of the www.SmileysRacing.com 4 Pack Bonus program that awards the SCB Fierce 15 teams with added bonus money, paid out for
their support of the Series in increments of each ‘4 Pack’ of SCB events completed throughout the season. More details are posted at the series website.

DARE TO BE DIFFERENT: Why are we calling this season the ‘DARE TO BE DIFFERENT’ tour? The SCB series has a unique rules package that allows
teams to use their current equipment (especially in the engine compartment) yet curbing nightly tire expense...which helps equalize the competition with
teams of varying budget sizes. The SCB “20° wing angle rule” also helps by freeing up the cars to be able to pass easier in many cases that also helps
reduce excess tire and engine wear. Our ‘one rear tire all night long’ rule has not only saved racers thousands of dollars over the past three years, but to
date, we’ve yet to have one tire fail (blow) due to excess tire wear in any feature race we’ve held.

All these small, yet effective changes, have been accomplished without the racers having to purchase something out of the ordinary. And we essentially
haven’t changed the rules since the inception of the series at the end of 2015.

And let’s face it, since the events of 9/11/2001, a lot of the economics of the sport of dirt track racing have changed drastically (especially the cost of
travel, track insurance, general crowd sizes, cost of racing components), yet there really hasn’t been much being done on a nationwide level to help
counteract
those economic impacts. We aren’t trying to say we’ve ‘fixed’ all those impacts, but at least we are doing something to help curb racer expenses – and
it’s working.

Our rules package certainly has made for exciting and unpredictable racing outcomes – as there were 13 different feature winners in 16 SCB events in
2018 – and we already had a brand-new, first-time winner at our opening event of 2019, so that makes 14 different winners the past 17 events! When you
add these components together, that’s a result of why we DARE TO BE DIFFERENT.

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for the latest in series news and where the DARE TO BE DIFFERENT Tour is headed to next. You can also reach the SCB
on Facebook, at www.Facebook.com/SprintCarBandits .

If your business is interested in getting involved with the SCB series, please email SprintCarBandits@Outlook.com for more information. There are
effective programs available for all sizes of budgets.

We would like to thank last season’s sponsors of the Sprint Car Bandits series: Eagle Powercoating, Rodd Hanna's Air Performance, A&M Glass Service,
Palm Harbor Homes, Kustom Craft Exhibits, Gen-Tech at FixYourGenerator.com, Mow Time in Farmersville, RockAuto.com, Pro-Tech Service Co., Scott
Baylor Racing Engines, American Elevator Technologies, South Dallas Battery & Electric Co., Gary Floyd Homes, Utility Trailer of Dallas, Inc., DFW
Urethane, Valvoline Express Care of Seagoville, www.DarinShort.com , www.ShopTheBOSS.com and the SCB points fund is sponsored by Smiley’s Racing
Products & Hoosier Tire Southwest.

NCRA Sprint Car Bandits Confirmed Event Schedule, as of 04/18/19:

March 22 (Friday) – ‘Gene Adamcik Memorial’ at Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Elm Mott TX (Marcus Thomas winner)

March 30 (Saturday) – ‘Sprint Car Bandits Spring Championships’ at Kennedale Speedway Park, Kennedale TX (Postponed by Rain until Saturday, May
18)

April 13 (Saturday) – ‘Liberty 25’ at 105 Speedway, Cleveland TX $2,000/win and $300/start (Postponed by rain to June 22)

April 20 (Saturday) – ‘Bunny Hop 25’ at LoneStar Speedway, Kilgore TX $2,000/win and $300/start (Easter weekend) Plus $500/win Cabinets by Tommy
Pole Scramble and $100/win Kool Trikes Heat Races.

April 27 (Saturday) - '82 Speedway Sprint Car Championships' at 82 Speedway, Petty TX $2,000/win and $300/start, Plus $100/win Kool Trikes Heat
Races.

May 4 (Saturday) – ‘Grand Opening Celebration 25’ at Buffalo Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX

May 11 (Saturday) – Sprint Car Bandits vs NCRA Series Sprint Shootout #1, $2,000/win and $300/start at Monarch Motor Speedway, Wichita Falls, Texas.

May 18 (Saturday) - ‘Sprint Car Bandits Spring Championships’ at Kennedale Speedway Park, Kennedale TX

May 25 (Saturday) – 2nd Annual ‘Sprint Car MAYnia’ NCRA Series vs Sprint Car Bandits #2 at 81 Speedway, Park City, KS $2,000/win and $300/start

May 26 (Sunday) – 2nd Annual ‘Sprint Car MAYnia’ NCRA Series vs Sprint Car Bandits #3, at 81 Speedway, Park City, KS $2,000/win and $300/start
(Mem’l Day weekend)

June 1 (Saturday) – ‘Summer Showdown 25’ Buffalo Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX

June 15 (Sat) – ‘Texoma 25’ at 82 Speedway, Petty TX $2,000/win and $300/start

June 22 (Sat) – ‘Liberty 25’ at 105 Speedway, Cleveland TX $2,000/win and $300/start

July 6 (Saturday) – ‘Firecracker 25’ at Buffalo Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX

July 12 (Friday) – ‘MDA Night at the Speedway’ at Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Elm Mott TX

~ Sprint Car Bandits Summer Break ~

September 21 (Saturday) – ‘Texas Thunder 25’ at 105 Speedway, Cleveland TX $2,000/win and $300/start

September 28 (Saturday) – Sprint Car Bandits vs NCRA Series Sprint Shootout #4 at 82 Speedway, Petty TX $2,000/win and $300/start

October 5 (Sat) – ‘Fall Classic 25’ at Buffalo Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX

October 11 (Fri) – To be announced

October 12 (Sat) – To be announced

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for all series info, and we look forward to seeing you Saturday, May 4th when the Sprint Car Bandits ‘DARE TO BE
DIFFERENT’ Tour comes to new Buffalo Creek Speedway in Canton – for their first-ever night of sprint car racing in the ‘Grand Opening 25!’
SCROLL DOWN FOR COMPLETE 82 SPEEDWAY
TRACK INFO - OUR BASE SCB PURSE IS POSTED FOR
5/4 WITH $35 PIT PASSES FOR ALL SPRINT TEAMS
After 82 Speedway, Now 16 Winners
in Past 20 Sprint Car Bandits Events!

Petty, TX (05/05/19) by DarinShort.com. A wildly
unpredictable race day and night culminated with 12th
place starter and Minnesota transplant ‘Wild Willie’
Eggimann picking up his first-ever 360C.I. Sprint Car
Bandits series feature win at 82 Speedway, and becoming
the 16th different feature winner in the last 20 events.

But the day started in an inauspicious fashion, as the
highly anticipated Grand Opening 25 was to take place at
the brand new Buffalo Creek Speedway in Canton, Texas.
However several days of spring storms made the track
surface and facility too over saturated to race on.

So, series officials jumped in to action to find a track to
race at. And in short order, 82 Speedway (host of last
weeks series event) jumped at the chance and offered the
‘Bandits a place to race.

Track owner Tracy Peters commented: “We are a new
track and the fans thoroughly enjoyed the ‘Bandits event
last week and although we didn’t get a lot of advance
notice, it ended up being another great night of racing
action tonight and we look forward to them returning on
Saturday June 15th.”

After the 4-wide parade lap led by the KoolTrikes.com
Corvette pace car driven by former Wisconsin sprint racer
Randy Butler, the FixYourGenerator.com 25-lap feature
took off with Junior Jenkins (who got upside down at 82
last Saturday) and Claud Estes III battling side by side with
several lead swaps.

After a lap 6 caution, the event would resume with Jenkins
taking back the lead to the roar of the crowd.

In the meantime Eggimann would keep working the high
line of 82’s high banks and would battle 3-wide with lap
traffic with Eggimann eventually clearing the pair of cars
with two laps to go and cruise to a well deserved win in his
J&J Chassis sprinter.

Junior would come home in second for his highest SCB
series finish, with Michael Day taking the final podium
position.

Junior Jenkins would comment “we always seem to run
decent but a lot of times our results don’t match up. So it
sure feels great to battle cleanly with two different drivers
and up in second. I really enjoy racing this series and I’m
glad they found us a track to race at.”

9th place starter Dalton Stevens would finish fourth - which
was a nice rebound after suffering ignition issues last
week. Claud Estes III would round out the top 5 after his
tires would fade later in the event.

An elated Eggimann commented in victory lane that he
really appreciated the setup help from his chief mechanic
and former racer www.cwb15.com - Wayne Brown. Wayne
has been sidelined for the past 3 years after suffering a
near life-ending illness, so it was great seeing them both in
victory lane.

Eggimann also stated that his right rear tire actually had
three nights on it as it had three sets of template paint on
it.

Thanks again to 82 Speedway for hosting this event at
such short notice, our sponsors FixYourGenerator.com
and KoolTrikes.com for jumping up to sponsor the event,
the 82 Speedway fans and staff for their support and we
look forward to seeing everyone at next Saturday’s huge
event at Monarch Motor Speedway featuring the Sprint
Car Bandits vs NCRA Shootout, the Monarch Midget
Championships and Limited Modifed Madness event. Click
www.SprintCarBandits.com to get your team pre-entered,
and race fans can take advantage of advance discount
ticket sales - both good through May 10th.

Here’s the SCB feature finish at 82 Speedway, with the
feature ending at 10:28pm:

77w Will Eggimann
23 Junior Jenkins
2 Michael Day
99x Dalton Stevens
74e Claud Estes III
45b Casey Burkham
13m Chance McCrary
12w Dale Wester
118 Scott Evans
8a Alan Myers
33 Michael Merrell
20 Chad Wilson
27 Kodey Keimig
V8 Robert Vetter
41m Steve McMackin
71 Colby Estes
First Wave of Sprint Car Bandits vs NCRA
Racing Series, Midget & Limited Modified
Entries Unveiled for this Saturday’s
Tripleheader at Monarch Motor Speedway –
EARLY REGISTRATION ENDS FRIDAY!

Wichita Falls, TX (05/06/19) by DarinShort.com. The first wave
of early registrations for the Sprint Car Bandits® vs NCRA
Shootout, Monarch Midget Championships and Limited Modified
Madness Triple Header at Monarch Motor Speedway are now
available for viewing. This blockbuster event is this Saturday,
May 11th at the beautiful and well-manicured ¼ mile speed plant
located on the west side of Wichita Falls, TX.

Early (and FREE) Registration for ALL three divisions ends this
Friday and will save drivers $30. To register your team, just go
to www.SprintCarBandits.com and click the Monarch link at the
very top of the homepage. The registration form will be on the
right side of the page, and in about 30 seconds you’ll be all set.
Pre-registering helps the track and series prepare for your
arrival, and more importantly, lets race fans know who is coming
so they purchase tickets to come see you race.

Speaking of tickets, ADVANCE DISCOUNT TICKETS are
available for purchase at the same link through this Friday. This
coming Sunday is Mother’s Day, and all Mothers that purchase
their adult ticket in advance will receive an $8 food credit at the
MMS concession stand for that night’s race – so you’ll get a free
Mother’s Day meal from MMS just for purchasing your ticket in
advance! Advance tickets are $2 less for general admission.

If you'd like to see a taste of the last Sprint Car Bandits vs NCRA
Sprint Shootout action in this area, here's a video clip:  https:
//www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wo7jzLemFRs&t=6s

Here’s the first wave of early registered drivers. We’ll provide
updates this week as more teams register:

SPRINT CAR BANDITS vs NCRA SHOOTOUT ENTRIES:

04 Kyle Jones, Kennedale TX
1X Tim Crawley, Benton AR
2 Michael Day, Greenville TX
2J Zach Blurton, Quinter KS
10C Jeremy Campbell, Wichita KS
12W Dale Wester, Ovilla TX
13M Chance McCrary, Allen TX
20 Chad Wilson, North Richland Hills TX
21 Michelle Melton, Flower Mound, TX
22X Steven Shebester, Mustang OK
23 Junior Jenkins, Greenville TX
27 Kodey Keimig, Waxahachie TX
41 Steve McMackin, Greenville TX
45B Casey Burkham, Combine TX
52 JD Fry, Arlington TX
57 Chase Parson, Abilene TX
64 Mark Zoeller, Rocket TX
71 Colby Estes, Mansfield TX
72 Daniel Estes, Mansfield TX
77W Will Eggimann, Forney TX
79 Ryan Hall, Midlothian TX
82C Christian Kinnison, Mansfield, TX
99X Dalton Stevens, Scurry TX
118 Scott Evans, Rhone TX

MIDGETS:

2 Ryan Hall, Seagoville TX
4J Tim Crawley, Benton AR
7U Kyle Jones, Kennedale TX
9 Emilio Hoover, Broken Arrow OK
9U Doug McCune, Ft. Worth TX
18B Josh Hanna, Tyler TX
19 Pierce Urbanosky, North Richland Hills TX
21 Michelle Melton, Flower Mound TX

LIMITED MODIFIEDS:

7K Greg Moran
9Z Payton Zentgraf, Wichita Falls TX
29J Jonathan Powers, Iowa Park TX
30 John Nemetz, Iowa Park TX
41 Josh Cournoyer, Wichita Falls TX
66 Nick Clinkenbeard, Weatherford TX
66K, Koby Adams, Randlett OK
66X Greg Frazer, Joshua TX

Regarding the Sprint Car rules edits and reminders for this
event, they are very small in nature:

-Mufflers are now optional at this event.

-Tires must be Hoosier Racing Tires on all four corners. After
hot laps, you must make your rear tire selection for the night,
and your rear tires will be marked, and you must run those two
tires through the balance of the event. The LR tire must be a
Hoosier 92 and must durometer 35 or higher when we stamp it.
The RR tire must durometer 45 or higher (example the Hoosier
RaceSaver or ASCS stamped RR). No tire bleeders. (Additional
info is posted under the ‘rules’ link on series site.)

-Top wing angle must be set to 20° throughout the night. No
hydraulic sliders allowed. Go to the rules page at www.
SprintCarBandits.com for a very thorough instructional video if
you need assistance setting your wing angle. All drivers must
follow all Sprint Car Bandits rules and procedures (posted at the
SCB website under ‘rules’). Reminder to pay close attention to
our start/restart rules if you’re not familiar with them.

-Pre-entry to this event is required (for all divisions) and takes
about 30 seconds to complete, it’s free through 5/10/19. Go to
www.sprintcarbandit.com/051119 and get your team entered so
we can pre-publicize the drivers that fans can expect to see. If
you choose not to pre-enter by 5/10/19 (day before race) there
will be a $30 registration fee due upon sign in on race night (for
all divisions). Thank you to the teams that have already
completed this quick and easy step.

Here's the latest forecast from NOAA, it’s looking pretty decent
at the moment! Feel free to follow along at this link to any
updates to race day weather. Saturday: A 20 percent chance of
showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 72.
Saturday Night: A 20 percent chance of showers and
thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 56.

https://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?lat=33.
908300000000054&lon=-98.50098999999994#.
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Continue reading for previously released event information:

Race fans and teams that have been to the new Monarch Motor
Speedway (west side of Wichita Falls) know that it features
incredible dirt track racing with state-of-the-art facilities. And
now, a blockbuster event is taking place at the ¼ mile speed
plant featuring some of the best dirt track racers in the region
with the running of the Sprint Car Bandits vs. NCRA 360C.I.
Shootout, the Monarch Midget Championships and Limited
Modified Madness…all taking place on one night - Saturday,
May 11th at 7pm!

It even gets better for race fans, as they can purchase advance
discount tickets to this event for just $20 by going directly to www.
sprintcarbandits.com/051119 or by going to
www.SprintCarBandits.com and then clicking the ‘May 11’ link at
the top of the home page. Advance discount tickets are
available through the end of May 10th (night before the event).

Yep. There’s still more: we haven’t forgotten that the day after
the event is Mother’s Day! For all mothers that purchase their
discount advance tickets by May 10th, they will each receive an
$8 food credit at the concessions stand – our way of giving all
moms a free Mother’s Day Dinner, courtesy of Monarch Motor
Speedway!

Adult tickets on the day of the race are $22 (ages 11-64), while
kids (ages 6-11) are $5 and Seniors/Active Military are $15. Pit
passes on May 11th are $35.

RACE FANS: Make plans to arrive early at the track to take in
the pre-race Sprint Car Bandits “Fierce 15” Fan Fest! It will take
place directly next to the main ticket window from 6pm until about
6:45pm. There, you can meet the drivers of the Fierce 15, get
selfies, purchase their 2019 t-shirt designs (get them
autographed!) and get a good close look at the cars. SCB Fan
Fest is an effort to help sprint car racing get back to the good ‘ol
days when there was generally more fan interaction with the
race teams. Back then it was common for most of the fans to go
to the pits after the races to meet with the teams, and now in
many cases the races at tracks don’t finish in time to make that
feasible. This is an effort to fire back up that interaction by
simply flipping the timing element. Pre-race Fan Fest will take
place at every SCB series event in 2019.

If you’d like to get your brand new Fierce 15 driver t-shirts prior
to Fan Fest, the new online store at www.SprintCarBandits.com
is now open. Reminder, that proceeds from Fierce 15 driver
apparel benefits each individual driver that is a part of the
program, so please show your support by grabbing one when
you can...and your support will help drivers better funded
throughout the season.

Directions to Monarch Motor Speedway from I-44 in Wichita
Falls: Go 4 Miles West on Hwy 287, Exit FM369 North 0.7 Miles.
On Facebook find them at @MonarchMotorSpeedway and their
new website is coming soon and will be MonarchMotorSpeedway.
com. Adult GA to this event on race day is $22, with
Seniors/Military $15, Ages 6-11 are $5; while Pit Passes are
$35. Advance discount tickets are available at www.
SprintCarBandits.com through May 10th. Advance tickets for
mothers also include a $8 food credit on race night…so don’t
miss out on the great deal!

ALL RACE TEAMS in ALL DIVISIONS: Pre-entry for this event is
required. Just go to www.SprintCarBandits.com then click the
5/11 link and you can get yourself entered in about a minute.
Registration is open through the night before the event date.
Any drivers not pre-entering will be charged a $30 late entry fee
upon their arrival on race day. Drivers choosing to compete in
more than one division can do so by simply purchasing an
additional pit pass per each division they are competing in
(register your second division car now, but purchase your pit
passes on race night).

SPRINT RACE TEAMS: all sprint car teams that sign in will draw
for heat race starting positions, regardless of their engine C.I.
displacement (up to and including 360C.I.) and will receive
passing points to determine their straight-up from points feature
race starting position. All drivers make sure to read the posted
rules at the series website prior to heading to the track, as all
posted Sprint Car Bandits rules and procedures are in effect.

Here's the open competition Monarch Midget Championships
feature event payback (25 laps): $1,500 – 1,000 – 700 – 500 –
400 – 300 – 275 – 250 – 225 – 200…to start. All midget non-
qualifiers or non-starters receive $100. No membership or
license fees. There is a $20 draw fee due at sign in. Mufflers,
RaceCeivers and Transponders (yellow Westhold) are required.

The Limited Modified Madness feature event is 25 laps, and this
division is not sanctioned on 5/11: $1,000 – 600 – 400 – 300 –
225 – 200 – 175 – 150 – 125 – 100…to start. There is a $20
draw fee due at sign in. No membership or license fees. Mufflers,
RaceCeivers and Transponders (yellow Westhold) are required.
MMS Limited Modified car rules are in effect.

Here’s the purse structure for the SCB vs NCRA championship
feature: $2,000 – 1,000 – 600 – 500 – 400 – 390 – 380 – 370 –
360 – 350 – 340 – 330 – 320 – 310 – 300…to 22nd. All non-
qualifiers or non-starters will each receive $100. There is no
entry fee, no series membership fee and a $20 nightly draw fee.
Drivers should go to www.SprintCarBandits.com prior to arrival
for complete rules, purse and procedures information. In 2019,
SCB vs NCRA Shootout events are not blended rules, they are
full SCB rules. NOTE: on this special event (and in all four SCB
vs NCRA Shootout events in 2019), starting positions 21 and 22
have been added and are reserved for the top points drivers
from the SCB (1) and NCRA (1) that did not qualify for the
feature event, they will be added to the starting lineup with full
points and full payback. Mufflers (now optional), RaceCeivers
and Transponders (yellow Westhold) are required.

This is the first of four SCB vs NCRA Shootout events and
carries a special sponsorship package put together by the SCB
and NCRA, and provided by www.SmileysRacing.com and
Sunoco Race Fuels. The top four points drivers from the four
Shootout events will receive $400 - $300 - $200 - $100,
respectively, simply for competing in all four Shootout events
and amassing the most points. The four Shootout events include
Monarch Motor Speedway on May 11th, 81 Speedway on May
25th & 26th and 82 Speedway on September 28th.

The www.KoolTrikes.com Heat Races will pay each sprint heat
winner $50 from Randy Butler of Kool Trikes!

This event is also part of the www.SmileysRacing.com 4 Pack
Bonus program that awards the SCB Fierce 15 teams with
added bonus money, paid out for their support of the Series in
increments of each ‘4 Pack’ of SCB events completed
throughout the season. More details are posted at the series
website.

NCRA Sprint Car Bandits Confirmed Event Schedule, as of
05/06/19:

March 22 (Friday) – ‘Gene Adamcik Memorial’ at Heart O’ Texas
Speedway, Elm Mott TX (Marcus Thomas winner)

March 30 (Saturday) – ‘Sprint Car Bandits Spring
Championships’ at Kennedale Speedway Park, Kennedale TX
(Postponed by Rain until Saturday, June 8 )

April 13 (Saturday) – ‘Liberty 25’ at 105 Speedway, Cleveland
TX $2,000/win and $300/start (Postponed by rain to June 22)

April 20 (Saturday) – ‘Bunny Hop 25’ at LoneStar Speedway,
Kilgore TX $2,000/win and $300/start, plus $100/win Kool Trikes
Heats & $500/win Cabinets by Tommy Pole Scramble (Easter
weekend), (Marcus Thomas $2,500 winner)

April 27 (Saturday) - '82 Speedway Sprint Car Championships'
at 82 Speedway, Petty TX $2,000/win and $300/start, plus
$100/win Kool Trikes Heats (Casey Burkham winner)

May 4 (Saturday) – ‘Grand Opening Celebration 25’ at Buffalo
Creek Speedway, Edgewood TX (Event was postponed by rain
until June 1, however 82 Speedway was able to pick up the
series event on May 4th, won by Will Eggimann).

May 11 (Saturday) – Sprint Car Bandits vs NCRA 360C.I. Series
Shootout #1, Monarch Motor Speedway, Wichita Falls, TX,
$2,000/win and $300/start

May 25 (Saturday) – 2nd Annual ‘Sprint Car MAYnia’ NCRA
Series vs Sprint Car Bandits Shootout #2, 81 Speedway, Park
City, KS $2,000/win and $300/start

May 26 (Sunday) – 2nd Annual ‘Sprint Car MAYnia’ NCRA
Series vs Sprint Car Bandits Shootout #3, 81 Speedway, Park
City, KS $2,000/win and $300/start (Mem’l Day weekend)

June 1 (Saturday) – ‘Summer Showdown 25’ Buffalo Creek
Speedway, Edgewood TX

June 8 (Saturday) - ‘Sprint Car Bandits Spring Championships’
at Kennedale Speedway Park, Kennedale TX (rescheduled from
rainout April 6)

June 15 (Sat) – ‘Texoma 25’ at 82 Speedway, Petty TX $2,000
/win and $300/start

June 22 (Sat) – ‘Liberty 25’ at 105 Speedway, Cleveland TX
$2,000/win and $300/start (rescheduled from 4/13 rainout)

July 6 (Saturday) – ‘Firecracker 25’ at Buffalo Creek Speedway,
Edgewood TX

July 12 (Friday) – ‘MDA Night at the Speedway’ at Heart O’
Texas Speedway, Elm Mott TX

~ Sprint Car Bandits Summer Break ~

September 21 (Saturday) – ‘Texas Thunder 25’ at 105
Speedway, Cleveland TX, $2,000/win and $300/start

September 28 (Saturday) - Final NCRA 360 Sprint Series vs
Sprint Car Bandits Shootout #4 at 82 Speedway, Petty TX,
$2,000/win and $300/start

October 5 (Sat) – ‘Fall Classic 25’ at Buffalo Creek Speedway,
Edgewood TX

October 11 (Fri) – To be announced

October 12 (Sat) – To be announced

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for all series info, and we look
forward to seeing you Saturday, May 11th when the Sprint Car
Bandits vs NCRA 360C.I. Sprint Shootout comes to Monarch
Motor Speedway in Wichita Falls with high-powered 360C.I.
winged Sprint Cars battling on the racy 1/4 mile speed plant,
paired with a wild night of racing in the Monarch Midget
Championships and Limited Modified Madness!
Night of Firsts Nets Another New Sprint Car Bandits
Feature Winner at Monarch Motor Speedway

Wichita Falls, TX (5/12/19) by DarinShort.com. On the first
visit of the Sprint Car Bandits (SCB) to the ultra-modern
Monarch Motor Speedway Saturday night, May 11th, a
night of firsts, led to several eye-poppers, jaw-droppers
and head scratchers as John Carney II would take his first-
ever series win. He would become the 17th different Series
winner in the past 21 events.

But his path to victory lane was anything but a walk in the
park.

Recent heavy rains led to extremely fast and volatile track
conditions throughout the evening. The track crews worked
feverishly to keep up with demands of the track surface,
with all race teams doing a great job keeping the track
packed during yellow flag laps and between races. Several
times corner workers would scrape the walls so drivers
could see through their spent tear-offs where the track
ends and the wall began.

Action and passing abounded throughout the evening.

After gridding 10th in his heat race, Carney II would blister
the field in his heat race by not only winning but earning
enough points to start on the pole of the feature event.

Other big movers in heat race action was Harli White, who
drove from 6th to win her heat race, while Will Eggimann
would start 8th in his heat race and finish 2nd. White and
Eggimann would become the 2nd and 3rd high point
drivers and start the feature event outside front row and
inside second row, respectively.

Not one crash or flip would take place in any of the sprint
car heat races – or companion midget heats – as drivers
would do a masterful job negotiating the highly technical
and fast racing surface.

As the feature race fired off, Carney II would take the lead,
while Harli would get in a small snafu leading to her
rejoining the 22-car starting field from the tail.

Her night was far from over.

In the meantime, the moisture in the shoe-sucking track
surface would keep drivers up-on-the-wheel, as the high
speeds and cushion would cause several incidents leading
to yellows and a red for the #18 of Logan Scherb. Scherb
was on his was possibly going to be his highest SCB
feature finish when the incident occurred.

In the ensuing restart Carney II would come down to the
white stripe from his pole position, when the car appeared
to stumble a bit as he hit the throttle, and third place
runner Will Eggimann would blast by him on the frontstrech
and take command of the event.

Eggiman would lead the next ten or so laps with Carney II
falling back to as far back as forth as Arkansas’ Tim
Crawley would continue to advance through the field from
his 16th starting position.

After a pair of cautions to remove stuck cars from their
infield excursions, a fuel stop was ordered – which is
something that had only occurred once before in SCB
history.

Eggimann would jet back out in front of the field in his well-
prepared J&J Chassis sprinter with Carney II climbing his
way back to 2nd place, now with Crawley and White in tow,
with little signs that anyone had enough to get past
Eggimann as the laps wound down.

As Eggimann and Crawley came down to the three laps to
go mark, disaster struck, resulting in one of the more
bizarre situations leaving fans jaws dropped, as they were
still trying to process what happened.

When the lead pair entered corner one to negotiate the
soon-to-be-lapped car of Kodey Keimig, Keimig would dig
in to the cushion, sending his #27 sprinter into a series of
flips that would shear the top wing off of leader Eggiman’s
car as the speeding pair of leaders would pass by.

During the ensuing red flag, unharmed physically, yet sans
the top wing, Eggimann would quickly determine that he
would not resume the feature from his pole restart position
and chose to exit to the pit area ending his stellar run
against some of the top 360C.I. sprint drivers in the
business.

The final restart of the event would see Carney II blast off
from the second-row pair of Crawley and White, to take the
hard-fought and highly popular win. Carney II would
entertain the hardcore sprint car fans in the stands by pre-
entering his car under the pseudonym "Rusty Pipes."
When the fans found out who was really behind the wheel
of the car, they all erupted in applause.

Harli White would zip past Crawley to finish 2nd – and as a
reminder from the tail – to complete her impressive
rebound, while Crawley would take the final podium
position.

We’d like to thank West Texas Raceway for putting up
$100 to the night’s Hard Charger, which goes to Dale
Wester after advancing 15 spots from his 20th place
starting spot.

The KoolTrikes.com heat races were won by John Carney
II, Dalton Stevens and Harli White.

The companion Monarch Midget Championships feature
event was a hotly contested battle between Tim Crawley,
Kyle Jones, Hank Davis, Wesley Smith and Kevin Ramey.
Wesley Smith would take a bite out of the cushion battling
with Crawley for the lead, while not getting upside down,
Smith would retire from the event. Meanwhile, Hank Davis
would drop to the sidelines, leaving Crawley, Jones and
Ramey to battle it out. Jones would slip by Ramey to finish
2nd, while Crawley would win by one car length – in a very
popular win to the local crowd as his winning car was
fielded by local racer/car owner John James.

The massive 41-car Limited Modified field would entertain
the crowd throughout the night with great side-by-side
racing, and their results will be posted as they become
official.

30 cars would sign in for Sprint Car Bandits vs NCRA
Shootout competition, and full results will be posted along
with points in the next few days (there’s one car missing
from the scoring loop results here, the 72 of Daniel Estes),
so these results are pending his insertion:

45 – John Carney II
17W – Harli White
1X – Tim Crawley
79 – Ryan Hall
12W – Dale Wester
21 – Michelle Melton
9Z – Taylor Courtney
71 – Colby Estes
92 – Jordan Weaver
77W – Will Eggimann
27 – Kodey Keimig
13M – Chance McCrary
99X – Dalton Stevens
57C – Chris Schmelzle
23 – Junior Jenkins
18 – Logan Scherb
18L – Dillon Laden
44 – Jason Howell
10C – Jeremy Campbell
V8 – Robert Vetter
35 - Chris Hinson
72 – Daniel Estes (finishing position pending
transponder/hand scoring confirmation)

Thank you to all the fans that supported the event on an
abnormally cool May evening, to one of the hardest
working and determined track crews ever witnessed, and to
the race teams that all supported the event.

Next up for the Sprint Car Bandits series is a pair of $2,000
to win and $300 to start shootout events with the NCRA
series, to be contested Saturday May 25th and Sunday
May 26th at 81 Speedway in Wichita, Kansas. Details on
these events will be posted by mid-week.

Until then we hope you enjoy a great Mother’s Day holiday
with the family and we look forward to seeing you all back
at the track soon!

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for more details and
series news.

Feature Winner images by Michael Diers, Pole Position
Photo, others by DarinShort.com
The NEXT 4 SPRINT CAR BANDITS EVENTS are in the
PIPELINE – And Coming to a Track Near You!

*click any flyer on the right of page for a larger view*

Garland, TX (5/17/19) by DarinShort.com. A string of Sprint Car Bandits
(SCB) 360C.I. series events are in the pipeline, and all four event flyers
are now available for viewing. The first in of which will be held at the new
Buffalo Creek Speedway (Canton, TX) on Saturday June 1st, the
following Saturday, June 8th at Kennedale Speedway Park, then on to 82
Speedway (Petty, TX) Saturday June 15th, and 105 Speedway
(Cleveland TX) on Saturday June 22nd.
















Note to racers and SCB teams: NCRA has removed their Saturday May
25th series event off the 81 Speedway (Wichita KS) schedule and
compressed their sprint schedule Memorial Day weekend to one day. With
the fact that this track is over 360 miles (one way) from the core of the
SCB race teams, and with only one date now being available for racing, we
have decided not to make the 81 Speedway race a SCB points race. That
specific race date is Sunday, May 26th and it will now become a full NCRA
rules and points event (and not SCB). We had a great time at 81
Speedway last Memorial Day weekend, and we’ll make plans to return
there when we can make it more feasible for our teams. Meanwhile, we
wish C. Ray Hall and the 81 Speedway staff continued best of luck (and
better weather than they’ve been experiencing in 2019).

Back to this string of SBC events in June, here’s the top-line info for
each of them:

Saturday June 1st – Buffalo Creek Speedway is located at 10180 State
Highway 19 in Canton and is very easy to get to. Just take the Hwy 19 exit
from either direction off I-20 in Canton, then head north approximately four
miles and the track entrance will be on the west (left) side of the road. It is
also just a short 10-minute drive from the popular First Monday Trade Days
in Canton. From Hwy 80, just exit South on Hwy 19 and go three miles south
and you will see the track entrance on the West (right) side of the highway.
Click www.BCS19.com for all track news and details. The standard SCB
purse, rules and procedures will be in effect. Racing will fire off at 8pm.

Saturday June 8th – Kennedale Speedway Park (KSP) is located at 6727
Hudson Village Creek Kennedale, TX 76060. Click www.raceKSP.com for
complete track details. You can email raceKSP@yahoo.com or Track
Promoter Tony Dycus at Tony.Dycus@yahoo.com if you need additional
information. By searching ‘Kennedale Speedway Park’ on Facebook, you
can check out the very latest in track updates, pictures and much more.
The standard SCB purse, rules and procedures will be in effect. Note
earlier start times at KSP, due to a city-imposed curfew.

Saturday June 15th – 82 Speedway is located about 1 mile east of Petty
Texas right on Hwy 82, which is about 20 minutes east of Bonham and 15
minutes west of Paris. 16369 US Hwy 82 Petty, TX 75470. For track and
details, go to www.82speedway.com or on Facebook @82Speedway. THIS
IS NOT THE OLD PARIS SPEEDWAY! We continue to hear that people
think it’s the track southeast of Paris, it is not. This is a 1/3 mile high
banked black dirt track contained within a beautiful facility. We’ve had two
Sprint Car Bandits events at 82 Speedway in 2019, and each featured
spectacular sprint car racing, so we’re all looking forward to returning. The
championship feature pays $2,000 to win and $300 to start. Races fire off
at 8pm.

Saturday June 22nd – 105 Speedway is located at 1288 Fostoria Road in
Cleveland, TX 77328. Just take the Hwy 105 exit off I-69 in Cleveland, then
head west for about 4.2 miles, then turn north once you reach Fostoria
Road. The track is located up the road 1.2 miles north on the right side of
the road. On race day, the track phone number is 281-592-0905. Click
www.105SpeedwayRacing.com for the track website. Note early start times
at 105 Speedway as shown on the event flyer.

Complete event details will be posted for each track individually as their
dates near. However, all events will be standard SCB series rules and
procedures. All sprint car teams that sign in will draw for heat race starting
positions, regardless of their engine C.I. displacement (up to and including
360C.I.) and will receive passing points to determine their straight-up from
points feature race starting position. All drivers make sure to read the
posted rules at the series website prior to heading to the track.

RACE FANS: Make plans to arrive about an hour early at these tracks to
take in the pre-race Sprint Car Bandits “Fierce 15” Fan Fest! There, you
can meet the drivers of the Fierce 15, get selfies, purchase their 2019 t-
shirt designs (get them autographed!) and get a good close look at the
cars. SCB Fan Fest is an effort to help sprint car racing get back to the
good ‘ol days when there was generally more fan interaction with the race
teams. Back then it was common for most of the fans to go to the pits after
the races to meet with the teams, and now in many cases the races at
tracks don’t finish in time to make that feasible. This is an effort to fire back
up that interaction by simply flipping the timing element. Pre-race Fan Fest
will take place at every SCB series event in 2019.

If you’d like to get your brand new Fierce 15 driver t-shirts prior to Fan
Fest, the online store at www.SprintCarBandits.com is now open. Reminder,
that proceeds from Fierce 15 driver apparel benefits each individual driver
that is a part of the program, so please show your support by grabbing one
when you can...and your support will help drivers better funded throughout
the season.

These events are also part of the www.SmileysRacing.com 4 Pack Bonus
program that awards the SCB Fierce 15 teams with added bonus money,
paid out for their support of the Series in increments of each ‘4 Pack’ of
SCB events completed throughout the season. The second ‘4 Pack’ just
began at Monarch Motor Speedway on May 11th and will conclude after
three more completed SCB events. This ‘4 Pack’ will award Fierce 15
drivers with $100 cash each just for competing in each of the four events.

The www.KoolTrikes.com heat races will reward all drivers with $50 for
winning their heat races. Make sure to check out their ‘kool’ designs and
suspension kits to convert Harley’s to a trike. Anyone out there that would
like to become an additional SCB heat race sponsor should contact the
series. Email SprintCarBandits.com for more information.

DARE TO BE DIFFERENT: Why are we calling this season the ‘DARE TO
BE DIFFERENT’ tour? The SCB series has a unique rules package that
allows teams to use their current equipment (especially in the engine
compartment) yet curbing nightly tire expense...which helps equalize the
competition with teams of varying budget sizes. The SCB “20° wing angle
rule” also helps by freeing up the cars to be able to pass easier in many
cases that also helps reduce excess tire and engine wear. Our ‘one rear
tire all night long’ rule has not only saved racers thousands of dollars over
the past three years, but to date, we’ve yet to have one tire fail (blow) due
to excess tire wear in any feature race we’ve held.

All these small, yet effective changes, have been accomplished without
the racers having to purchase something out of the ordinary. And we
essentially haven’t changed the rules since the inception of the series at
the end of 2015.

And let’s face it, since the events of 9/11/2001, a lot of the economics of
the sport of dirt track racing have changed drastically (especially the cost  
of travel, track insurance, general crowd sizes, cost of racing components),
yet there really hasn’t been much being done on a nationwide level to help
counteract those economic impacts. We aren’t trying to say we’ve ‘fixed’ all
those impacts, but at least we are doing something to help curb racer
expenses – and it’s working.

Our rules package certainly has made for exciting and unpredictable racing
outcomes – as there were 13 different feature winners in 16 SCB events in
2018. We’ve already had four first-time winners in our first five events of
2019, so that makes 17 different winners the past 21 events! When you
add these components together, that’s a result of why we DARE TO  
BE DIFFERENT.

If your business is interested in getting involved with the SCB series,
please email SprintCarBandits@Outlook.com for more information.
There are effective programs available for all sizes of budgets.

NCRA Sprint Car Bandits Confirmed Event Schedule, as of 05/17/19:

March 22 (Friday) – ‘Gene Adamcik Memorial’ at Heart O’ Texas Speedway,
Elm Mott TX (Marcus Thomas winner)

March 30 (Saturday) – ‘Sprint Car Bandits Spring Championships’ at
Kennedale Speedway Park, Kennedale TX (Postponed by Rain until
Saturday, June 8 )

April 13 (Saturday) – ‘Liberty 25’ at 105 Speedway, Cleveland TX $2,000
/win and $300/start (Postponed by rain to June 22)

April 20 (Saturday) – ‘Bunny Hop 25’ at LoneStar Speedway, Kilgore TX
$2,000/win and $300/start, plus $100/win Kool Trikes Heats & $500/win
Cabinets by Tommy Pole Scramble (Easter weekend), (Marcus Thomas
$2,500 winner)

April 27 (Saturday) - '82 Speedway Sprint Car Championships' at 82
Speedway, Petty TX $2,000/win and $300/start, plus $100/win Kool Trikes
Heats (Casey Burkham winner)

May 4 (Saturday) – ‘Grand Opening Celebration 25’ at Buffalo Creek
Speedway, Edgewood TX (postponed by rain until June 1)

May 11 (Saturday) – Sprint Car Bandits vs NCRA 360C.I. Series Shootout
#1, Monarch Motor Speedway, Wichita Falls, TX, $2,000/win and  
$300/start (John Carney II winner)

June 1 (Saturday) – ‘Summer Showdown 25’ Buffalo Creek Speedway,
Edgewood TX

June 8 (Saturday) - ‘Sprint Car Bandits Spring Championships’ at
Kennedale Speedway Park, Kennedale TX (rescheduled from rainout  
April 6)

June 15 (Sat) – ‘Texoma 25’ at 82 Speedway, Petty TX $2,000/win and
$300/start

June 22 (Sat) – ‘Liberty 25’ at 105 Speedway, Cleveland TX $2,000/win
and $300/start (rescheduled from 4/13 rainout)

July 6 (Saturday) – ‘Firecracker 25’ at Buffalo Creek Speedway,
Edgewood TX

July 12 (Friday) – ‘MDA Night at the Speedway’ at Heart O’ Texas
Speedway, Elm Mott TX

~ Sprint Car Bandits Summer Break ~

September 21 (Saturday) – ‘Texas Thunder 25’ at 105 Speedway,
Cleveland TX, $2,000/win and $300/start

September 28 (Saturday) - Final NCRA 360 Sprint Series vs Sprint Car
Bandits Shootout #4 at 82 Speedway, Petty TX, $2,000/win and $300/start

October 5 (Sat) – ‘Fall Classic 25’ at Buffalo Creek Speedway,
Edgewood TX

October 11 (Fri) – To be announced

October 12 (Sat) – To be announced

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for all series info, and we look forward to
seeing you at these next four events in June when the Sprint Car Bandits
series comes to Buffalo Creek Speedway, Kennedale Speedway, 82
Speedway and 105 Speedway!
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5/23 NEWS FLASH: THANK YOU to Fred Summers of
www.FixYourGenerator.com for pumping added purse money in to the
June 1st Sprint Car Bandits feature event at Buffalo Creek Speedway!

This will be the first-ever sprint car race at the new speedway, and it
will now pay $1,500-1,000-600-500-400-390-380-370-360-350-340-
330-320-310-300-300-300-300-300-300.

If your generator needs service or repair, or maybe it's time for a new
one, just click www.FixYourGenerator.com and select the service
provider nearest you for quick and effective generator solutions!

Thanks again to Fred Summers and the FixYourGenerator.com crew for
their continued support of the Sprint Car Bandits series!
SPRINT CAR BANDITS SERIES FEATURED in ‘GRAND OPENING 25’ at the NEW BUFFALO CREEK SPEEDWAY –
THIS SATURDAY JUNE 1st, 8pm! $1,500 to win, $1,000 for 2nd & $300/start!

Canton, TX (05/27/19) by DarinShort.com. The 360C.I. NCRA Sprint Car Bandits (SCB) series 2019 ‘DARE TO BE DIFFERENT’ Tour is headed to the
brand new 1/4-mile dirt oval of Buffalo Creek Speedway (BCS) in Canton Texas THIS Saturday, June 1st with the running of the ‘Grand Opening 25.’
Joining the Sprint Cars will be the Southern Topless Economy Modifieds, Factory Stocks, Limited Modifieds and Texas Stocks. The sprint cars will run no
later than third in the racing program.

The night will kick off with the SCB Fan Fest in front of the grandstands from 6:30 until about 7:15pm, with racing to follow. The new facility offers
obstruction-free viewing from any seat, a unique ‘standing room’ viewing area on the front stretch and true ‘in your face’ racing action – all in the confines
of a Texas ‘country’ style atmosphere.

:30 BCS Rewind: At the epicenter of the 1980's rebirth to the modern Deep Ellum scene in downtown Dallas, Texas, Russell Hobbs has been at the
forefront of it all, by creating, launching and operating businesses such as Theatre Gallery, The Prophet Bar and The Door. About 15 years ago, Hobbs
opened Buffalo Creek MX Park in Canton, and the new Buffalo Creek Speedway is contained within the sprawling property that features lots of trees and
natural country Texas scenery. It is truly a unique setting for dirt track racing.

Russell Hobbs comments: “It’s been my dream since I was a youngster to build, own and operate a dirt oval track, and this has been quite the experience
so far. I’m thankful to have some behind-the-scenes people and staff that have helped quick-start the process so we could avoid as many of the learning
curve challenges as possible. And I always wanted to host a sprint car event, and since I contacted the Sprint Car Bandits series early in December, they
have been very helpful and resourceful in bringing that dream to a reality. We just had a really good outlaw modified race last Friday, and I believe we’ll
have an AWESOME night of sprint car racing on June 1st as well. I'd also like to thank Hall Chevrolet, Buick and GM of Canton/Tyler, Whitehouse Tuning
of Terrell and RockAuto.com for their support of the speedway.”

RACE FANS: Make plans to arrive early at the track to take in the pre-race Sprint Car Bandits “Fierce 15” Fan Fest! It will take place directly in front of the
grandstand from 6:30pm until about 7:15pm. There, you can meet the drivers of the Fierce 15, get selfies, purchase their 2019 t-shirt designs (get them
autographed!) and get a good close look at the cars. The timing of this event also coincides with the popular ‘First Monday Trade Days’ event, which is
located literally less than a 10-minute drive from BCS on Hwy 19 within the Canton city limits, so you might want to make a day of it by stopping by it on
your way to the races!

If you’d like to get your brand new Fierce 15 driver t-shirts prior to Fan Fest, the new online store at www.SprintCarBandits.com is now open. Reminder,
that proceeds from Fierce 15 driver apparel benefits each individual driver that is a part of the program, so please show your support by grabbing one
when you can...and your support will help drivers better funded throughout the season.

Buffalo Creek Speedway is located at 10180 State Highway 19 in Canton and is very easy to get to. Just take the Hwy 19 exit from either direction off I-20
in Canton, then head north approximately four miles and the track entrance will be on the west (left) side of the road. It is also just a short 10-minute drive
from the popular First Monday Trade Days in Canton. From Hwy 80, just exit South on Hwy 19 and go three miles south and you will see the track entrance
on the West (right) side of the highway. Click www.BCS19.com for all track news and details.

Adult G.A. (ages 12-64) tickets for this event are sold at the ticket booth on race night only and are $20. Grandstand kids (ages 6-11) are $5, and pit
passes are $35. Senior/Active Military G.A. to this event is $15.

SPRINT CAR TEAMS: THANKS to FixYourGenerator.com for adding a purse bump to this event! Here's the complete feature race payback: $1,500 - 1,000
- 600 - 500 - 400 - 390 - 380 - 370 - 360 - 350 - 340 - 330 - 320 - 310 - 300 - 300 - 300 - 300 - 300 - 300. All non-qualifiers or non-starters will each
receive $100. There is no entry fee, no series membership fee and a $20 nightly draw fee. Drivers should go to www.SprintCarBandits.com prior to arrival
for complete rules, purse and procedures information. All sprint car teams that sign in will draw for heat race starting positions, regardless of their engine
C.I. displacement (up to and including 360C.I.) and will receive passing points to determine their straight-up from points feature race starting position.

PLUS the KoolTrikes.com Heat Race winners will each collect $50 cash from Randy Butler of Kool Trikes! This is also the 2nd event in the Smiley's Racing
Products - The Official Page Four Pack Bonus that will reward all Fierce 15 drivers with an added bonus of $100 each just for competing in this current
four pack of events that started with Monarch Motor Speedway two weeks ago.

BCS division payback for this event:

Limited Modifieds, Texas Stocks & Factory Stocks (same purse structure, each division): $500 – 250 – 150 – 120 – 100 – 80 – 70 – 60…to start. See
details below.

For Southern Topless Economy Modified Series rules and purse structure, please go to www.facebook.com/TxStem

BCS Non-qualifiers or non-starters will receive $30 each in all divisions. RaceCeivers required in all divisions. If a driver chooses to compete in more than
one division on the same night, the driver must purchase an additional pit pass per division entered. On regularly scheduled events, if 11 or fewer cars in
a BCS division are signed in, the posted purse structure for that division on that night will start at 2nd place pay and continue down from that point on in
their respective posted purse schedules. If the races rain out before the completion of the heat races, hold on to your ticket stub, as it will be valid for the
next scheduled race and exchanged for the same dollar ticket price value (in other words, if tickets that night were $15, the next event you will have a $15
credit when you redeem your ticket stub from the previous event). Regarding pit passes, if the races rain out after the heat races, the event is considered
complete, and any remaining races will not be rescheduled and all drivers will receive their posted start money in their scheduled division that night (for
any of the feature events that rained out). If the races rain out during the heat races, pit passes will be worth dollar-for-dollar credit to the next BCS event.
There will be no grandstand tickets valid for a future date if races are rained out after the completion of heat races.

For track rules and details, go to www.BCS19.com . BCS has no sanctioning fees, just a $30 annual car registration fee (per division).

Buffalo Creek Speedway is a brand-new venue and track amenities will continue to be built as time moves forward. For now, there will be hot grilled food
items, soft drinks, bottled water, candy; etc. all at very economical prices.

Small outside food and drink coolers are allowed through the grandstand gate for a $5 charge. They cannot contain any glass items. There will be a
separate section in the grandstand for fans of legal age to drink beer/wine coolers that they bring in a small drink cooler. On special events or nights
where seating is limited, small drink coolers must fit between your legs and not take up a seat in the grandstand.

This event is also part of the www.SmileysRacing.com 4 Pack Bonus program that awards the SCB Fierce 15 teams with added bonus money, paid out for
their support of the Series in increments of each ‘4 Pack’ of SCB events completed throughout the season. More details are posted at the series website.

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for all series info, and we look forward to seeing you THIS Saturday, June 1st when the Sprint Car Bandits ‘DARE TO BE
DIFFERENT’ Tour comes to new​ Buffalo Creek Speedway in Canton – for their first-ever night of sprint car racing in the ‘Grand Opening 25!’
DAY CORRALS BUFFALO; KSP’s ONLY 360C.I. SPRINT RACE of 2019 is SATURDAY, JUNE 8th – DON’T MISS IT!

>This is a combo PR for the Buffalo Creek event and then the third round of publicity on the 6/8 KSP event, as the previous attempt to run it in 2019
ended up raining out, but there’s virtually no forecast for precip June 8th, so we should finally get it in!

>Attention in the pit area! All teams! All divisions! At KSP on 6/8 The Sprint Car Bandits is bringing in a brain concussion specialist to offer a quick pre-
race info facts-and-411 seminar on the subject. This is a critically important topic in all sports, and we’d really like to see ALL team members and drivers
attend from 5:45pm-6pm located in the pit meeting area.

MICHAEL DAY, CAME, SAW & CORRALLED BUFFALO SPEEDWAY PARK

Canton, TX (6/7/19) by DarinShort.com. The first-ever sprint car event at the new Buffalo Creek Speedway in Canton is now in the books, and when the
dirt, occasional raindrops and side-by-side racing settled, Michael Day would take a solid feature race victory in what was also the first-ever visit of the
Sprint Car Bandits to the facility.

20 sprint cars would be in the pit area with 17 taking the green flag in the 25-lapper in front of a full house.

The fans spoke and the results are in, and the bottom line was them commenting on how an exciting and entertaining event it was.

A grand total of 3 cautions slowed the show – but that included all the heat races too. Nary a car was torn up during the course of the event. SCB points
leader Will Eggimann would get caught up in an incident when a car spun directly in front of him, and that resulting contact would bend his torsion arm,
making the car a real handful to drive throughout the remainder of the event.

But it wasn’t a Day runaway.

Early leader, Louisiana’s Koty Adams, would fire off to a blazing pace on the wide paper-clip ¼ mile. Then, with no warning Adams would suddenly lose
traction all on his own, resulting in a single-car spin and sending him to the back. On the restart, Day would take the point and never be seriously
challenged the remainder of the event.

Thank you to the Canton area fans for showing up in droves for this event – all with a forecast that said ‘dry’, yet the reality, with massive rains just to the
west and throughout the Metroplex. The feature event was concluded at 10:52pm.

A pair of drivers would score their highest SCB series finish ever, with Bryan Debrick finishing in 2nd and Josh Hawkins third. Casey Burkham would
recover from an early spin to finish 4th, while Dale Wester had another solid run finishing in 5th.

Here’s the finishing order:

2 Michael Day ($1,500/winner)
10 Bryan Debrick ($1,000)
80 Josh Hawkins ($600)
45B Casey Burkham ($500)
12 Dale Wester ($400)
71 Colby Estes ($390)
91 Craig Oates ($380)
21X Michelle Melton ($370)
77W Will Eggimann ($360)
5 Jeremy Jonas ($350)
74E Claud Estes ($340)
02 Cody Freeman ($330)
23 Junior Jenkins ($320)
8a Koty Adams ($310)
47 Chipper Wood ($300)
27 Kodey Keimig ($300)
M1 Chase Parson ($300)

Thank you to everyone that supported the event, which featured sprint cars racing two and three-wide throughout the racing program. Click www.
SprintCarBandits.com for more info or interact on Facebook @SprintCarBandits.

SPRINT CAR BANDITS BRING ONLY 360C.I. SPRINT SHOW to KENNEDALE SPEEDWAY PARK on SATURDAY JUNE 8th – DON’T MISS IT!

Kennedale, TX (06/07/19) by DarinShort.com. The stars will align over Kennedale Speedway Park on Saturday June 8th, when the 360 C.I. NCRA Sprint
Car Bandits (SCB) series ‘DARE TO BE DIFFERENT’ Tour will electrify the ¼ mile speed plant for the only time in 2019, with the running of the Sprint Car
Bandits Spring Championship. This event was originally set for March 30th and but fell due to inclement weather, and June 8th is the only date available
for the series and track for a suitable replacement, and it should work out great, as it will take place before the extreme temps of the summer arrive.

Track Promoter Tony Dycus comments: “Last year the NCRA Sprint Car Bandits series brought a great group of cars to Kennedale Speedway Park, with a
huge crowd attending the event. The weather was extreme that night with temps around 105° with a lot of wind, so we decided this year to move the show
to March 30th, which should make for an excellent racing environment for all…but then we had to postpone that date from inclement weather, so we’re
pleased both parties could come up with a suitable replacement date with June 8th. And we’re holding the line on ticket pricing. Adults can get in to see
this event for just $16 so more families can afford to take it in!”

Pit Gates open at 4pm on race day, Saturday June 8th, with racing at 7pm. Grandstands open at 5pm. KSP divisions will round out the very full night of
racing, including IMCA Modifieds, SportMods, Stock Cars & Sport Compact divisions; plus the Factory Stocks and Junior Mini Stocks. The SCB are slated
to run 2nd or 3rd division out for the feature event.

RACE FANS: Make plans to arrive early at the track to take in the pre-race Sprint Car Bandits “Fierce 15” Fan Fest! It will take place directly next to the
main ticket window from 5:30pm until just after 6pm. There, you can meet the drivers of the Fierce 15, get selfies, purchase their 2019 t-shirt designs (get
them autographed!) and get a good close look at the cars.

SCB Fan Fest is an effort to help sprint car racing get back to the good ‘ol days when there was generally more fan interaction with the race teams. Back
then it was common for most of the fans to go to the pits after the races to meet with the teams, and now in many cases the races at tracks don’t finish in
time to make that feasible. This is an effort to fire back up that interaction by simply flipping the timing element. Pre-race Fan Fest will take place at every
SCB series event in 2019.

If you’d like to get your brand new Fierce 15 driver t-shirts prior to Fan Fest, the new online store at www.SprintCarBandits.com has them for sale right
now. Proceeds from Fierce 15 driver apparel benefits each individual driver that is a part of the program, so please show your support by grabbing one
when you can...and your support will help drivers better funded throughout the season.

Kennedale Speedway Park (KSP) is located at 6727 Hudson Village Creek Kennedale, TX 76060. Click www.raceKSP.com for complete track details. You
can email raceKSP@yahoo.com or Track Promoter Tony Dycus at Tony.Dycus@yahoo.com if you need additional information. By searching ‘Kennedale
Speedway Park’ on Facebook, you can check out the very latest in track updates, pictures and much more.

SPRINT CAR TEAMS: Standard SCB posted rules are in effect. Eligible sprint car teams of 360C.I. or lower not familiar with SCB series rules or structures
should go to www.SprintCarBandits.com prior to arrival for complete rules and procedures information, so their car is ready for action when they arrive at
the track on race day. Eligibility rules are also posted on the rules page, contact the series with any questions. No entry fee or series membership fee is
required; just a $20 draw-in fee. Draw-in and pit meeting at 5pm, draw closes at 5:30pm, then it’s off to Fan Fest which starts at 5:30pm.

All sprint car teams that sign in will draw for heat race starting positions, regardless of their engine C.I. displacement (up to and including 360C.I.) and will
receive passing points to determine their straight-up from points feature race starting position. All drivers make sure to read the posted rules at the series
website prior to heading to the track.

The standard posted SCB purse and rules are in effect. All non-qualifiers or non-starters will each receive $100. There is no entry fee, no series
membership fee and a $20 nightly draw fee. Drivers must go to www.SprintCarBandits.com prior to arrival for complete rules, purse and procedures
information.

PLUS the KoolTrikes.com Heat Race winners will each collect $50 cash from Randy Butler of Kool Trikes! This is also scheduled to be the third event of
the www.SmileysRacing.com 4 Pack Bonus that awards the SCB Fierce 15 teams with added bonus money, paid out for their support of the Series in
increments of each ‘4 Pack’ of SCB events completed throughout the season. More details are posted at the series website.

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for all series info, and we look forward to seeing you Saturday June 8th when the Sprint Car Bandits ‘DARE TO BE
DIFFERENT’ Tour electrifies the ¼ mile oval of Kennedale Speedway Park for the only time 360C.I. sprint cars will be racing there in 2019!
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HUGE KSP CROWD WITNESSES WILSON RACE by TWO PREVIOUS 2019 ‘BANDITS WINNERS to BECOME ANOTHER NEW SERIES WINNER!

Kennedale, TX (6/9/19) by DarinShort.com. At last week’s Sprint Car Bandits® (SCB) series event, for a while it appeared there would be a new winner to
add to the ’18 new winners in past 22 SCB series events’ list. That didn’t end up happening last week, but it did this week when series action shifted to
Kennedale Speedway Park. After last night’s SCB feature event held at Kennedale Speedway Park, a huge crowd witnessed the 18th different series
winner in the past 23 events!

Bo Rawdon and the KSP track crew would be faced with a difficult task, as huge recent rains had inundated the property, yet on race day the forecast was
for sunny and 95°. Paired with a city-induced curfew, the racing would go live under those sunny and hot conditions at 7pm sharp. And jumping ahead just
a bit in the story, there were a total of 170 race teams in the pit area, yet the Sprint Car Bandits feature would take the checkers at 10:12pm.

The surface would retain its abundant moisture throughout the event, eventually leading to 2- and 3-wide racing in the SCB 25-lap feature event.

So, kudos to KSP for masterfully handling the adverse and diverse weather juggling.

When flagman Kevin Fry’s green flag would greet the 21-car SCB starting field, it would be Marcus Thomas out to an early lead, with Jeb Sessums, Chad
Wilson, Will Eggimann and Casey Burkham in tow.

With three racing grooves to choose from, around lap 5 Chad Wilson would switch to a line Sessums wasn’t running to advance to 2nd place.

The event continued with the green light solidly shining when around lap 10 Wilson would set his sights on Thomas, and when Thomas would bobble just a
bit in corner four on the highly technical racing surface, Wilson was there to pounce, speeding by on the very bottom.

It would be the winning move, as the event would continue its green flag status, and Wilson would lap up to around 7th place when he was greeted by the
twin checkers. The entire feature race went off without even one caution on the tricky, elbows-up surface.

Special thanks to Misty and Shannon Kelton (owners of Monarch Motor Speedway) for handling the pre-event Fan Fest at KSP for the SCB in my
absence. It was greatly appreciated. And thanks to Don Cook for event coverage. Click https://youtu.be/LimdPxLxw_c for video highlights of the feature
event.

Hats off once again to the KSP track crew for giving the SCB teams plenty of racing room, where faster drivers could safely advance their spot – which is
the way dirt track racing is supposed to be.

And, great job to all the teams for keeping everything clean and green!


Next up for the Sprint Car Bandits is a return to the very popular and sprawling (in every respect) ¼ mile of 82 Speedway, located about 15 minutes west
of Paris, directly on Hwy 82 in Petty Texas. The event will pay $2,000 to win and down to $300/start with the running of the Texoma 25.

If you’ve yet to visit 82 Speedway, it is much closer to DFW than a lot of people think and is NOT the old Paris Speedway southeast of Paris. As a point of
reference, including a quick fuel stop, you can get from the intersection of Bass Pro Shops/I-30/Bush in Garland to 82 Speedway in 80 minutes.

I like to call 82 Speedway ‘The Land of the XL.’ Translated, everything is XL size, such as the 60’ racing surface that is .26 miles on the pole (1/4 mile) then
in the groove right at 1/3 mile. There are no walls around the entire track – with lots of runoff space wherever you’re racing, which leads to less tore up
equipment. Oversized grandstands that each have 0% obstructed viewing from whatever spot you choose to view from. Huge spectator and pit parking
areas will greet everyone on their arrival. Oh ya, then there’s the track owners, Shelley and Tracy Peters who are some of the nicest people you’ll ever
come across.

Bottom line, if you haven’t been there, here’s your chance on June 15th. A full line-up of 82 Speedway racing divisions will be joining the 360C.I. sprint
cars, including open comp Modifieds, Texas Stocks, Limited Modifieds, Factory Stocks; along with Eco Mods & Stocks. Come early for Fan Fest at 6:30pm,
with the first green flag set for 8pm. Adult G.A. tickets (sold at gate on race day only) are $17, with kids 6-11 $5. Pit passes are $35, with ages 5 and
under $15. Seniors/Military are $15. Click www.82Speedway.com for more details, and interact on Facebook @82Speedway. The series will then move on
to 105 Speedway in Cleveland Texas on June 22nd.

Here are the A-feature results of the SCB Feature at KSP on 6/8/19: 20 - Chad Wilson, 15T - Marcus Thomas, 01J - Jeb Sessums, 74 - DJ Estes, 45B -
Casey Burkham, 77W - Will Eggimann, 04 - Kyle Jones, 71 - Colby Estes, 10 - Bryan Debrick,12W - Dale Wester, 74E - Claud Estes III, 21 - Michelle
Melton, 17W - Brad Welborn, 13M - Chance McCrary, 118 - Scott Evans, 72 - Daniel Estes, 44 - Jason Howell, 80 - Josh Hawkins, 64 - Mark Zoeller
41 - Josh Harner, 23 - Junior Jenkins

Please check www.SprintCarBandits.com or on Facebook @SprintCarBandits for more information.
Thanks once again to the great crowd and solid field of quality race teams that supported the Kennedale Speedway Park event last night! Have a great
week and we look forward to seeing everyone this coming Saturday at 82 Speedway!
$2,000/win & $300/start Sprint Car Bandits 'Texoma 25' at 82 Speedway THIS SATURDAY June 15th, 8pm!

Petty, TX (6/10/19) by DarinShort.com. Next up for the Sprint Car Bandits series is a return to the very popular and sprawling (in every respect) ¼ mile of
82 Speedway, located about 15 minutes west of Paris, directly on Hwy 82 in Petty Texas. The event will pay $2,000 to win and down to $300/start with the
running of the Texoma 25.

If you’ve yet to visit 82 Speedway, it is much closer to DFW than a lot of people think and is NOT the old Paris Speedway southeast of Paris. As a point of
reference, including a quick fuel stop, you can get from the intersection of Bass Pro Shops/I-30/Bush in Garland to 82 Speedway in 80 minutes.

TRACK DIRECTIONS: Track is located about 1 mile east of Petty Texas right on Hwy 82, which is about 20 minutes east of Bonham and 15 minutes west of
Paris. 16369 US Hwy 82 Petty, TX 75470. For track and details, go to www.82speedway.com or on www.Facebook.com/82Speedway .

I like to call 82 Speedway ‘The Land of the XL.’ Translated, everything is XL size, such as the 60’ racing surface that is .26 miles on the pole (1/4 mile) then
in the groove right at 1/3 mile. There are no walls around the entire track – with lots of runoff space wherever you’re racing, which leads to less tore up
equipment. Over-sized grandstands that each have 0% obstructed viewing from whatever spot you choose to view from. Huge spectator and pit parking
areas will greet everyone on their arrival. Oh ya, then there’s the track owners, Shelley and Tracy Peters who are some of the nicest people you’ll ever
come across.

Bottom line, if you haven’t been there, here’s your chance on June 15th. A full line-up of 82 Speedway racing divisions will be joining the 360C.I. sprint
cars, including open comp Modifieds racing for $1,000 to win, Texas Stocks, Limited Modifieds, Factory Stocks (all racing for $500/win); along with Eco
Mods & Stocks (each $300/win). Come early for Fan Fest at 7pm, with the first green flag set for 8pm. Adult G.A. tickets (sold at gate on race day only) are
$17, with kids 6-11 $5. Pit passes are $35, with ages 5 and under $15. Seniors/Military are $15. Click www.82Speedway.com for more details, and interact
on Facebook at 82 Speedway

JOIN US EARLY for SCB FAN FEST! It's free and you get to meet the drivers and the teams, plus purchase team apparel, get selfies, get your apparel
autographed; etc.!

-Pits Open 4:30pm, Grandstands 6pm
-Sprint Pit Meeting/Cutoff 6:30pm
-82 Draw Cutoff 6:30, Pit Meeting 6:45
-Fan Fest 7-7:30pm
-Hot Laps 7:30pm & Racing to Follow
-Adult GA $17, Kids 6-11 $5
-All Pit Passes $35

Here’s the purse structure for the SCB championship feature: $2,000 – 1,000 – 600 – 500 – 400 – 390 – 380 – 370 – 360 – 350 – 340 – 330 – 320 – 310
– 300…to start. All non-qualifiers or non-starters will each receive $100. There is no entry fee, no series membership fee and a $20 nightly draw fee.
Drivers should go to www.SprintCarBandits.com prior to arrival for complete rules, purse and procedures information.

This is also part of the www.SmileysRacing.com 4 Pack Bonus program that awards the SCB Fierce 15 teams with added bonus money, paid out for their
support of the Series in increments of each ‘4 Pack’ of SCB events completed throughout the season. More details are posted at the series website. This
is the 4th event in this 4-pack, which will award each of the Fierce 15 members an added bonus of $100 just for making all four events (Monarch, BCS,
KSP & 82). www.KoolTrikes.com will be putting up $50 to win each SCB heat race!

Note to drivers: all race teams must run Westhold transponders and RaceCeivers. Track rental is available.

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for the latest in series news and where the DARE TO BE DIFFERENT Tour is headed to next. You can also reach the
SCB on Facebook, at www.Facebook.com/SprintCarBandits .

Click www.82Speedway.com or www.Facebook.com/82Speedway for more track details, schedules and news. Thanks to Shelley and Tracy Peters & staff
for bringing us all such a FANtastic place to enjoy quality dirt track racing events!
FIERCE 'BANDITS 360C.I. SPRINT CAR RACING COMING to 105 SpeedWay on SATURDAY JUNE 22nd - at 8PM!

Cleveland, TX (06/18/19) by DarinShort.com. Nestled just inside the border of Sam Houston National Forest is the racy ¼ mile clay oval of 105 SpeedWay
near Cleveland, Texas. On Saturday, June 22nd at 8PM, the top 360 C.I. sprint car drivers in the region will be on hand at 105 to electrify the crowd with
the running of the $2,000 to win and $300 to start ‘Liberty 25’ NCRA Sprint Car Bandits (SCB) series event. This will be the first SCB ‘DARE TO BE
DIFFERENT’ Tour date at 105 for 2019, the series will return on Saturday, September 21st. )This event originally fell to inclement weather on April 13th.)

TOP-LINE STORY HIGHLIGHTS: FANS plan to arrive early! SCB pre-race FAN FEST takes place next to the grandstand ticket window from 6:30pm-
7pm…hot laps are early, 7pm! SCB DRIVERS: draw-in begins at 6pm and drivers meeting is at 6:10pm. Make sure to catch up on the 'driver race week
updates' on the SCB Facebook page. Click www.105SpeedwayRacing.comfor all track details and directions and visit www.SprintCarBandits.com for all
series information.

:30 105 REWIND: The last time the Sprint Car Bandits were at 105 Speedway in 2018, a fantastic racing surface greeted the 24 SCB race teams for a
night of exciting racing action. Scottie McDonald took command from polesitter and Washington state native Seth Bergman to score a very popular $2,000
win with the local crowd. Bergman took home $1,000 for finishing second, with popular DFW area racer John Ricketts finishing in 3rd…and happened to
be competing that night with a 305C.I. engine. Reminder to area race teams: the Sprint Car Bandits series allows engine sizes of 360C.I. and lower, and all
are treated in the same manner regarding draw-in, scoring and all other aspects. So, local race teams are encouraged to come join in on the fun!

$500 BONUS! Be the first 305C.I. sprint car to cross the checkers THIS SATURDAY June 22 in the Sprint Car Bandits feature at 105 Speedway in
Cleveland, TX and you'll pick up a $500 CASH BONUS from Dale Wester of D&W Towing & Recovey Inc (972)-617-0444! SIMPLE AS THAT! The Sprint
Car Bandits doesn't have any issue with any sprint car teams that are 360C.I. and under that choose to race with us, so don't miss out on this whopper of
a bonus!

RACE FANS: Make plans to arrive early at the track to take in the pre-race Sprint Car Bandits “Fierce 15” Fan Fest! It will take place directly next to the
main ticket window from 6:30pm until about 7pm. There, you can meet the drivers of the Fierce 15, get selfies, purchase their 2019 t-shirt designs (get
them autographed!) and get a good close look at the cars. SCB Fan Fest is an effort to help sprint car racing get back to the good ‘ol days when there
was generally more fan interaction with the race teams. Back then it was common for most of the fans to go to the pits after the races to meet with the
teams, and now in many cases the races at tracks don’t finish in time to make that feasible. This is an effort to fire back up that interaction by simply
flipping the timing element. Pre-race Fan Fest will take place at every SCB series event in 2019.

If you’d like to get your brand new Fierce 15 driver t-shirts prior to Fan Fest, the new online store at www.SprintCarBandits.com is now open and it costs
just more $3 to have your item shipped to you.

105 Speedway is located at 1288 Fostoria Road in Cleveland, TX 77328. Just take the Hwy 105 exit off I-69 in Cleveland, then head west for about 4.2
miles, then turn north once you reach Fostoria Road. The track is located up the road 1.2 miles north on the right side of the road. On race day, the track
phone number is 281-592-0905. Click www.105SpeedwayRacing.comfor the track website. The first green flag on June 22nd is slated for 6pm, so please
make plans to arrive early.

FUNNY 105 FACTOID: Why is this event called the Liberty 25? Primarily because the track and Cleveland are in Liberty County, and it is paying deference
to the area, its history and its residents. But not so fast! What’s entertaining, after speaking with the track owner, Jerry Brown, the county line actually runs
through the pit area of the property! So, although the Liberty 25 will technically take place in Liberty County, the race car drivers come from Montgomery
County to race in it! I thought everyone would get a chuckle out of this little-known 105 Speedway factoid.

RACE TEAMS: all sprint car teams that sign in will draw for heat race starting positions, regardless of their engine C.I. displacement (up to and including
360C.I.) and will receive passing points to determine their straight-up from points feature race starting position. All drivers make sure to read the posted
rules at the series website prior to heading to the track.

25-lap “Liberty 25” NCRA Sprint Car Bandits feature event payback: $2,000, $1,000, $600, $500, $400, $390, $380, $370, $360, $350, $340, $330, $320,
$310, $300, $300, $300, $300, $300, $300. $100 for non-qualifiers or non-starters. No entry fee or series license or membership fee; $20 competitor
nightly draw-in fee. Drivers must go to www.SprintCarBandits.com prior to arrival for complete rules, purse, registration (free, but required) and procedures
information, located under the ‘Driver/Rules’ tab.

This is also part of the www.SmileysRacing.com 4 Pack Bonus program that awards the SCB Fierce 15 teams with added bonus money, paid out for their
support of the Series in increments of each ‘4 Pack’ of SCB events completed throughout the season. More details are posted at the series website. This
will be the first event in this 4-pack, which will award each of the Fierce 15 members an added bonus. Details of this next 4-pack will be posted soon. In
addition, www.KoolTrikes.com will be putting up $50 to win each SCB heat race!

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for the latest in series news and where the DARE TO BE DIFFERENT Tour is headed to next. You can also reach the
SCB on Facebook, at www.Facebook.com/SprintCarBandits .

If your business is interested in getting involved with the SCB series, please email SprintCarBandits@Outlook.com for more information. There are
effective programs available for all sizes of budgets.
SPRINT CAR BANDITS DRIVER USES 100-LAP OLD RIGHT
REAR TIRE to PULL IN $2,000 WIN at 82 SPEEDWAY

Petty, TX (6/16/19) by DarinShort.com. The young Sprint Car
Bandits series is not without its faults, yet the goals of its
founders nearly four years after its inception continue to
prove that its rules are helping teams to save money on
consumables racing – all without diminishing the quality of
racing or requiring teams to buy something added to compete
in it.

At the inception of the series nearly four years ago, one
veteran DFW sprint driver commented after reading the Sprint
Car Bandits series launch press release by commenting, and I
quote: “This will never work. You can’t run these cars with the
same two rear tires all night long. I’ll never support this series.”

Well, not only has the Sprint Car Bandits proven that you can
run the same rear tires all night long (saving drivers that
support the series literally $1,000’s of dollars, each, a
season), but you can be competitive while doing so.

Last night at the ¼ mile high-banked new 82 Speedway in
Petty, Texas, Will Eggimann would choose to mount a right
rear tire that already had over 100 laps of Sprint Car Bandits
racing on it – then logged another 33 laps of racing on that
tire last night. And when the night was over, the tire proved
strong enough to help the team land in victory lane and
collecting $2,000.

At this point, if this press release sounds more like a Sunday
sermon, well, maybe it is. And maybe it’s time for other short
track racing series to take note that maybe you can affect
change and take a stab at closing the obvious economic gap
that was created nearly 18 years ago.

Everything changed for a lot of people after the events of
9/11. It was at that exact same point that it had a huge effect
on short track racing – yet the industry didn’t respond to it
directly, and for the most part still hasn’t.

The key, pivotal thing that changed after 9/11 was the cost of
race teams and fans traveling to events due to their cost of
fuel tripling.

That trickle-down effect has changed the sport permanently,
as that change in the nightly ‘budget’ for racers and fans
forced everyone to make choices – whether they are
consciously aware of them, or not. Suddenly, the cost of fuel
for traveling to events surpassed several other of the weekly
‘consumable’ expenses fans and teams experienced that were
going to races.

As a result, this has put an added squeeze on area tracks
and their operators in the meantime, as generally smaller
crowds and fields of race teams makes it nearly impossible for
tracks to ‘pay more’ to help cover the racers new increased
fuel budget.

And repeating what was previously stated in this press
release, that change to the ‘formula’ or budget went without
any correction by the tracks or industry, and the result was a
lot of fans and teams ended up not being able to afford racing’
s new reality.

What does this have to do with the Sprint Car Bandits ‘same
rear tire all night long’ rule? Well, this rule forces drivers to
not be able to have the option of spending more on this
specific consumable, which directly reduces the budget in that
area and helps to offset the added expense of fuel traveling
to events: if a driver saves $200-300 in one area, it helps to
cover this added fuel expense…all while not requiring the
race track operator to cough up more purse money.

This is not rocket science. It is our hope in the Sprint Car
Bandits series by making occasional reference to its goals (as
in the case of this press release) that maybe it will help other
series and track operators out there to take action
themselves to find a way to affect change in their own
situation, like we have done with our group in the DFW
Metroplex and surrounding area.

After being involved in this sport and industry now 40 years in
2019, it is this writers, and SCB series co-founders hope, that
those who are in a position to affect change take one moment
to pause and ask themselves: what can I do to help fix a
problem none of us started a long time ago, on September
11th 2001, by looking hard at their current rules and local
economics that are affecting their track/and or series. Clearly,
we have found a way in the Sprint Car Bandits to help bridge
the gap some. It’s a step in the right direction anyway – and
all without diminishing the fan experience or quality of racing.

By no means is this a finger-pointing statement towards tire
manufacturers. It’s quite the exact opposite, as it shows these
are high quality tires, that can, and will, handle more racing
laps with the slightest rule changes. Our series rules have
proven by taking some of the downforce off the car (with our
20° maximum top wing angle rule) and by requiring certain
track prep steps be taken by Series tracks, it can significantly
increase the lifespan of a common consumable: a racing tire.

Thank you in advance to those that took the time to read this
press release to this point. Now, let’s resume with the racing
highlights from another exciting visit to the beautiful and state-
of-the-art 82 Speedway located about 15 miles west of Paris,
Texas:

82 Speedway is located on the ‘fringe’ area of the core of the
DFW Metroplex area, which houses several hundred racers in
a multitude of racing divisions. It is approximately 80 minutes
from NE suburbs of Dallas. As with any new business, the
track has experienced baby-step growth along the way, but
last night the track really caught its potential stride as 94 race
teams would converge on this special night featuring the
Sprint Car Bandits series, along with the Open Comp
Modifieds, Factory Stocks, Limited Modifieds, Eco Mods and
Texas Stocks.

The Sprint Car Bandits feature would roll out third in running
order with several racing lines available to the 18-car field as
they came down for the start by flagman Kevin Fry. At the last
SCB event at 82 Speedway in May, Minnesota transplant Will
Eggimann would find the top line around the wide expanses of
’82 to his liking, coming from his 10th place starting spot to
take an eventual win. Eggimann would again choose the high
line to establish the early feature lead. With two- and three-
wide racing throughout the pack taking place, 11th place
starter Casey Burkham would continue his strong string of 82
Speedway SCB performances by picking off car after car.
In the meantime, several great battles near the front of the
pack would ensue with drivers such as Colby Estes, Scott
Evans, Chad Wilson and Michael Day. Later in the event, with
Eggimann still ripping the high line of the smooth, slick
surface, Burkham would emerge through the pack in second
place.

A caution flag waved on lap 17 (of 25), with the final eight
rounds going caution-free with Eggimann pulling away to a
sizable margin at the checkers, collecting his second 82
Speedway SCB win in a row, along with $2,000 – of which I
would venture to guess he will use to purchase some fresh
Hoosier Racing Tire rubber for the next Series event, which
will be held this coming Saturday, June 22nd at 105
Speedway near Cleveland Texas.

This event also ended the second ‘Smiley’s Racing 4-Pack
Bonus’ of the season for SCB Fierce 15 drivers that
completed in the past four Series events. Each of those
drivers will collect an added bonus of $100 simply for being a
part of our driver rewards program and by supporting the
Series events. The www.KoolTrikes.com heat races were won
by Series rookie Cody Freeman, 2018 SCB series champion
Colby Estes and Will Eggimann.

The largest crowd in the short history of the new 82
Speedway witnessed the event during a hot early summer
night. Track owner Tracy Peters would help keep multiple
racing lines available to the sprint teams throughout the event
by conducting track prep when the track needed it, which led
to another night of great racing.

Thank you once again to the race teams and fans that
continue to support the Series this season. We know that
race teams, tracks, sponsors and fans have choices and we’
re excited of where we are collectively, as Season 4 of the
Sprint Car Bandits series rolls on.

Here are the feature results from 82 Speedway in Petty Texas
from the June 15th Sprint Car Bandits series event. Click www.
82Speedway.com for full results from the track divisions.

A-feature 25 laps:

77w – Will Eggimann (top qualifier)
45b – Casey Burkham (started 11th)
2 – Michael Day (started 6th)
71 – Colby Estes (started 2nd)
47 – Chipper Wood (started 10th)
74e – Claud Estes III (started 7th)
12w – Dale Wester (started 9th)
99b – Blake Mallory (started 13th)
9tx – Brad Wesp (started 12th)
2h – Tommy Hall (started 17th)
02 – Cody Freeman (started 4th)
20 – Chad Wilson (started 17th)
118 – Scott Evans (started 3rd)
74 – DJ Estes (started 8th)
23 – Junior Jenkins (started 5th)
41m – Steve McMackin (started 14th)
72 – Daniel Estes (started 18th)
55 – Brad Queen (DNS)

Again, next up is a big $2,000 to win and $300 to start SCB
series event on Saturday June 22nd at 105 Speedway near
Cleveland Texas, we hope to see you all there! In the
meantime, click www.SprintCarBandits.com for the latest in
Series news!

Here are pics of the RR tire that has over 133 laps of racing
on it after the feature event last night:

Intense Battle Nets Thomas Sprint Car Bandits $2,000 Win in Cleveland, Texas

Cleveland, TX (06/27/19) by DarinShort.com. A beautiful night for racing greeted a big crowd when the Sprint Car Bandits took on a strong local
contingent of teams on Saturday June 22nd in Cleveland Texas – which is the furthest event from the Series based out of the DFW Metroplex area.

The race fans got their money’s worth, as the 25-lap feature race would go green flag for the first dozen laps when an intense battle up front shaped up to
be one that fans in the stands won’t soon forget. Click https://youtu.be/SAwu-eoOXDY  for a video clip from the feature event.

Veteran car owner Wayne Brown had his potent number 2w set on full-tilt with driver Dustyn Welch setting a torrid pace through lap traffic as he chipped
away at the lead of race leader Marcus Thomas. An interesting match-up on the high banked ¼-mile was the fact that Thomas had a 360C.I. engine under
the hood, while Welch would field a hard-hitting 305C.I. engine.

At lap 15, the battle up front would reach maximum intensity as Welch would blast his way to the point. The next pair of corners Thomas would regain the
lead again.

Meanwhile, if you were able to watch the battle for the lead with one eye, and current SCB points leader Will Eggimann with the other eye, you would know
that Eggimann was quickly making his way through the field from his 11th place starting spot to emerge in the top five at the same time.

Still without a caution since going green, on-track action for the lead heated up even further on lap 17. Welch would set a pick with a lap car in corner two,
trapping Thomas on the high side with Welch blasting his way to regain the lead again on the backstretch. In just the next set of corners, lapped traffic
would make things interesting again, with the trio of cars coming off corner 4 and Welch in command. Thomas would then catch Welch at the apex of
corners 1-2, and after a brief stint of both cars racing side-by-side for the lead, contact ensued, sending the 2w of Welch spinning to a stop, sans front
nose wing, while the 15t of Thomas bouncing sideways yet still able to stay under power, putting an end to the epic battle.

While all of this was going on, Eggimann who had further advanced his way towards the lead pack, would grenade his engine coming out of corner four
and exit the track at the exact same lap that the caution would come out, ending his certain battle-to-be in the final eight laps.

The final eight laps would go green-white-checkers with Thomas collecting $2,000 for the win, while Welch would charge his way back up to an amazing
5th place finish after restarting at the tail. Jacob Harris would finish in second place after an exciting race-long battle with Trey Schmidt who would come
home in third.

Harris would also collect the D&W Towing and Recovery ‘Top 305C.I. Sprint Finisher of the Feature’ award – worth $500 in cash! Harris would end up with
a $1,500 payday for his efforts. Cody Stacy would finish 4th.

Dale Wester, pilot of the D&W Towing & Recovery would come into this event second place in series points. His night would start off in hair-raising fashion
as he and fellow SCB series competitor Junior Jenkins would make unintended contact at the apex of corners 1-2 in their heat race, with Wester launching
off the right-side tires of Jenkins directly into the corner 4 wall. Wester would make hard contact and be forced to the pit area. The crew would work
feverishly to get the car back into racing shape just in time for the feature, where he would advance an impressive 8 spots.

Thank you to all the fans for their support of the event. We’d also like to offer a special thank you to the tower scorers and flagman on a job well done,
they synced up with the Series officials just great.

Up next for the Sprint Car Bandits series is going to be an exciting night of racing and celebration with the ‘Flags and Fireworks 25’ to be held at 82
Speedway in Petty Texas on Saturday July 6th.

The night will feature a special program during intermission where all the teams in the pit area (sprint cars included) that bring a flag (American, Texas or
Checkered) with them, will all go out on the track for a race car  parade while fans listen to patriotic music over the grandstand PA and track owner Tracy
Peters blows up a massive amount of fireworks in the infield. It should be quite the spectacle. The night will round up with the $2,000 to win and $300 to
start ‘Flags and Fireworks 25’ for the Sprint Car Bandits teams.

Then the following Friday, July 12th, the Series heads to Heart O Texas Speedway near Waco with the running of the “MDA Muscling in the Dirt” night at
the Speedway.

At that point, the Sprint Car Bandits has scheduled the ‘SCB Summer Break,’ which is something we’ve always wanted to do. Our Summer Break will allow
teams and fans to travel north for such events as the Kings Royal, Knoxville 360 & 410 Nationals, and the RaceSaver IMCA Sprint Nationals at Eagle
Raceway.

We will then come back with our Fall schedule to round out the 2019 racing season. Be watching for that later in August!

Sprint Car Bandits feature event finish – 6/22/19 Cleveland TX:

15t – Marcus Thomas
26 – Jacob Harris
12 – Trey Schmidt
48 – Cody Stacy
2w – Dustyn Welch
b51 – Johnny Brown
12w – Dale Wester
3 – Willie Reed
23 – Junior Jenkins
02 – Cody Freeman
2h – Tommy Hall
22L – Kent Lewis, Jr.
07 – Bobby Middleton
77w – Will Eggimann
16 – Cody Tankersley

Please click www.SprintCarBandits.com for the latest in Series news, pictures and information. Visit www.Facebook.com/SprintCarBandits to interact with
other race fans and teams.
A great crowd on a beautiful night was on hand to enjoy the event.
$2,000/win & $300/start “FLAGS & FIREWORKS 25” Up Next for Sprint Car Bandits at 82 Speedway – SAT. JULY 6, 8pm!

Petty, TX (6/29/19) by DarinShort.com. Next up for the NCRA Sprint Car Bandits® series is a return to the very popular high banked & wide ¼ mile of 82
Speedway, located about 15 minutes west of Paris, directly on Hwy 82 in Petty Texas. The event will pay $2,000 to win and down to $300/start during the
running of the ‘Flags and Fireworks 25’, Saturday July 6th at 8pm.

:30 SCB 6/15/19 ’82 Rewind: High-point driver and Minnesota transplant Will Eggimann would choose the high line to establish the early feature lead. With
two- and three-wide racing throughout the pack taking place, 11th place starter Casey Burkham would continue his strong string of 82 Speedway SCB
performances by picking off car after car. In the meantime, several great battles near the front of the pack would ensue with drivers such as Colby Estes,
Scott Evans, Chad Wilson and Michael Day. Later in the event, with Eggimann still ripping the high line of the smooth, slick surface, Burkham would
emerge through the pack in second place. A caution flag waved on lap 17 (of 25), with the final eight rounds going caution-free with Eggimann pulling
away to a sizable margin at the checkers, collecting his second 82 Speedway SCB win in a row, along with $2,000.

BACK to JULY 6th: During intermission, we'll bring out all the cars* on the track (all divisions) after the heats with their flags waving from the cockpits to
parade around the track while we play 4th of July music through the stands while we BLOW UP a bunch of fireworks from the infield! *Note that there are
no passengers allowed in the cars during the Flag Parade and drivers must be fully suited up and belted in ALL cars.

In addition to the Winged 360C.I. Sprint Cars, there will be a full night of racing in the 82 Speedway divisions – each receiving added payback: $600/win
each Limited Modifieds, Factory Stocks and Texas Stocks! Plus $400/win each Eco Stocks and Eco Mods. (Note the Open Comp Mods will be OFF 7/6.)

Adult G.A. to this huge event is just $17!!! Kids 6-11 $5, Seniors/Military $15. Pits $35 (Ages 5 & Under $15). Sprint Cars will race 2nd or 3rd out in
running order.

If you’ve yet to visit 82 Speedway, it is much closer to DFW than a lot of people think and is NOT the old Paris Speedway southeast of Paris. As a point of
reference, including a quick fuel stop, you can get from the intersection of Bass Pro Shops/I-30/Bush in Garland to 82 Speedway in 80 minutes.

TRACK DIRECTIONS: Track is located about 1 mile east of Petty Texas right on Hwy 82, which is about 20 minutes east of Bonham and 15 minutes west of
Paris. 16369 US Hwy 82 Petty, TX 75470. For track and details, go to www.82speedway.com or on www.Facebook.com/82Speedway .

I like to refer to 82 Speedway as ‘The Land of the XL.’ Translated, everything is XL size, such as the 60’ racing surface that is .26 miles on the pole (1/4
mile) then in the groove right at 1/3 mile. There are no walls around the entire track – with lots of runoff space wherever you’re racing, which leads to less
tore up equipment. Over-sized grandstands that each have 0% obstructed viewing from whatever spot you choose to view from. Huge spectator and pit
parking areas will greet everyone on their arrival. Oh ya, then there’s the track owners, Shelley and Tracy Peters who are some of the nicest people you’ll
ever come across.

Bottom line, if you haven’t been there, here’s your chance on Saturday July 6th!

Come early for Sprint Car Bandits Fan Fest at 7pm (directly behind the grandstand), with the first green flag set for 8pm. Click www.82Speedway.com for
more details, and interact on Facebook at 82 Speedway

Here’s more top-line event info:

-Pits Open 4:30pm, Grandstands 6pm

-Sprint Pit Meeting 6:30/Cutoff 6:45pm

-‘82 Draw Cutoff & Pit Meeting 6:45

-Fan Fest 7-7:30pm

-Hot Laps 7:30pm & Racing to Follow

-Adult GA $17, Kids 6-11 $5

-All Pit Passes $35

Here’s the purse structure for the SCB championship feature: $2,000 – 1,000 – 600 – 500 – 400 – 390 – 380 – 370 – 360 – 350 – 340 – 330 – 320 – 310
– 300…to start. All non-qualifiers or non-starters will each receive $100. There is no entry fee, no series membership fee and a $20 nightly draw fee.
Drivers should go to www.SprintCarBandits.com prior to arrival for complete rules, purse and procedures information.

This is also part of the www.SmileysRacing.com 4 Pack Bonus program that awards the SCB Fierce 15 teams with added bonus money, paid out for their
support of the Series in increments of each ‘4 Pack’ of SCB events completed throughout the season. More details are posted at the series website. This
is the 2nd event in this 4-pack, which will award each of the Fierce 15 members an added bonus of $100 just for making all four events. www.KoolTrikes.
com will be putting up $50 to win each SCB heat race!

Note to drivers: all race teams must run Westhold transponders and RaceCeivers. Track rental is available.

82 Speedway offers a very strong base purse structure for all regular scheduled events (but note that some nights are higher payback, see event
schedule for nightly details):

Texas Stocks, Limited Modifieds, Factory Stocks (same purse structure, each division): $600 – 300 – 200 – 160 – 120 – 100 – 90 – 80 – 70 – 60…to start.
See details below.

Econo-Limiteds & Econo-Stocks (same purse structure, each division): $400 – 200 – 160 – 120 – 100 – 80 – 70 – 60 – 50…to start. See details below.

82 Speedway non-qualifiers or non-starters will receive $30 each in all divisions. If a driver chooses to compete in more than one division on the same
night, the driver must purchase an additional pit pass per division entered. On regularly scheduled events, if 11 or fewer cars in a division are signed in,
the posted purse structure for that division on that night will start at 2nd place pay and continue down from that point on. If the races rain out before the
completion of the heat races, hold on to your ticket stub, as it will be valid for the next scheduled race of same ticket price value (in other words, if tickets
that night were $15, the next event you will have a $15 credit when you redeem your ticket stub from the previous event). The exact same procedure will
be in effect regarding pit passes. If the races rain out after the heat races, the event is considered complete, and any remaining races will not be
rescheduled and all drivers will receive start money for their scheduled division that night (for any of the feature events that rained out). There will be no
grandstand tickets valid for a future date if races are rained out after the completion of heat races. Westhold transponders and RaceCeivers required in
all racing divisions. Track rentals are available.

Click www.82Speedway.com or www.Facebook.com/82Speedway for more track details, schedules and news. Thanks to Shelley and Tracy Peters & staff
for bringing us all such a FANtastic place to enjoy quality dirt track racing events!

Let's all get REVVED UP for what's going to be a GREAT WEEKEND of racing action to wrap up the 4th of July Holiday at 82 Speedway - just 15 minutes
west of Paris, Texas right on Hwy 82!

AFTER 5 LEAD CHANGES CLAUD ESTES III BAGS ‘BANDITS “FLAGS & FIREWORKS” LOOT at 82; HEART O’ TEXAS ON DECK THIS FRIDAY 7/12

Petty, TX (7/11/19) by DarinShort.com. Shelley & Tracy
Peters 82 Speedway in Petty Texas has produced yet
another exciting NCRA Sprint Car Bandits® (SCB) Series
event this past Saturday with the running of the “Flags &
Fireworks 25.”

Three different drivers would take their turn leading the
event, including five lead changes overall, but when the
checkers would fall veteran sprint car driver Claud “The
Ambassador” Estes III would take the win by a handful of
car lengths over Michael Day, with Zane Lawrence in tow.
Estes III would collect $2,000 for the win. A few short
caution flags dotted the feature event, and including the
4-wide parade lap, was completed in under 20 minutes.
The three www.KoolTrikes.com heat races were won by
Dale Wester, Claud Estes III and DJ Estes.

One of the highlights of the evening was the ‘Flags and
Fireworks’ segment of intermission, where 30 of the cars
racing at 82 Speedway came out on to the track sporting
the flag of their choice (American, Military, Texas were the
most popular) and parading around the track while the
announcer played patriotic music to the appreciative
crowd – all while a big ‘ol fireworks display took place in
the infield of the track. A large contingent of the Sprint Car
Bandits teams took part in this special segment of the event, and we’d like to thank them for their participation. The fans really enjoyed it. If you’d like to
see some video highlights, check out our Facebook page at Sprint Car Bandits. We’d also like to thank the sprint car teams that took part in the pre-race
Sprint Car Bandits Fan Fest.

During the drivers meeting, the race teams that had signed up for the SCB Fierce 15 driver rewards program received a combined total of $3,000 for their
support of the series, and those funds were generated by the sale of t-shirts and the second round of the Smiley’s Racing 4-Pack Bonus distribution. The
SCB would like to thank those teams for their tremendous support of the series!

The next visit for the Sprint Car Bandits to 82 Speedway will be on Saturday, September 28th.

Sprint Car Bandits “Flags & Fireworks 25” feature race results from 82 Speedway on July 6th, 2019:

74e Claud Estes III
2 Michael Day
76 Zane Lawrence
74 DJ Estes
44 Jason Howell
77w Will Eggimann
71 Colby Estes
8a Koty Adams
33 Michael Merrill
2h Tommy Hall
27 Kodey Keimig
83 Jett Hays
13m Chance McCrary
17x Micah Baccus
64 Mark Zoeller
12w Dale Wester (high qualifier)
23 Junior Jenkins
72 Daniel Estes
47 Chipper Wood (DNS)

Sprint Car Bandits MDA Muscling in the Dirt Night at Heart O’ Texas – THIS FRI. JULY 12, 8pm!

Elm Mott, TX (07/11/19) by DarinShort.com. The 360C.I. NCRA Sprint Car Bandits® (SCB) series continues the 2019 ‘DARE TO BE DIFFERENT’ Tour at
the 1/4 mile 'bullring' oval of Heart O' Texas Speedway (HOT) in Waco THIS Friday, July 12th with the running of the “MDA Muscling in the Dirt” night.

:30 HOT REWIND: The last time the Sprint Car Bandits were at Heart O’ Texas Speedway this past March, a field of 30 teams would find a quickly
changing track surface in the feature race would have drivers way, way up-on-the-wheel. A torrid pace was set with the top four drivers, none of which had
a clear advantage, when on a restart Channin Tankersley would suddenly lose traction resulting in Michael Day making hard contact with the wall. On the
restart third place starter Marcus Thomas would make his way to the point and take the first checkers of the SCB series for 2019.

RACE FANS: Make plans to arrive early at the track to take in the pre-race Sprint Car Bandits “Fierce 15” Fan Fest! It will take place directly next to the
main ticket window from 6:45pm until about 7:15pm. There, you can meet the drivers of the Fierce 15, get selfies, purchase their 2019 t-shirt designs (get
them autographed!) and get a good close look at the cars. SCB Fan Fest is an effort to help sprint car racing get back to the good ‘ol days when there
was generally more fan interaction with the race teams. Back then it was common for most of the fans to go to the pits after the races to meet with the
teams, and now in many cases the races at tracks don’t finish in time to make that feasible. This is an effort to fire back up that interaction by simply
flipping the timing element. Pre-race Fan Fest takes place at every SCB series event in 2019.

If you’d like to get your brand new Fierce 15 driver t-shirts prior to Fan Fest, the new online store at www.SprintCarBandits.com is open and orders get
shipped daily. Reminder, that proceeds from Fierce 15 driver apparel benefits each individual driver that is a part of the program, so please show your
support by grabbing one when you can...and your support will help drivers better funded throughout the season. At the last series event, $3,000 in Fierce
15 driver loyalty rewards were distributed from t-shirt sales and the second round of the Smiley’s Racing 4-Pack Bonus programs.

For Heart O' Texas Speedway information, please click www.HeartOTexasSpeedway.com and note their address is 784 N McLennan Drive Waco, TX
76640 (just north of town right off of I-35); track phone is 254-829-2294. Action fires up at 8pm on July 12th.

RACE TEAMS: all sprint car teams that sign in will draw for heat race starting positions, regardless of their engine C.I. displacement (up to and including
360C.I.) and will receive passing points to determine their straight-up from points feature race starting position. All drivers make sure to read the posted
rules at the series website prior to heading to the track.

The standard posted SCB purse and rules are in effect. All non-qualifiers or non-starters will each receive $100. There is no entry fee, no series
membership fee and a $20 nightly draw fee. Drivers should go to www.SprintCarBandits.com prior to arrival for complete rules, purse and procedures
information. The www.KoolTrikes.com heat races and www.SmileysRacing.com 4-Pack Bonus will also be a part of the racing program.

DARE TO BE DIFFERENT: Why are we calling this season the ‘DARE TO BE DIFFERENT’ tour? The SCB series has a unique rules package that allows
teams to use their current equipment (especially in the engine compartment) yet curbing nightly tire expense...which helps equalize the competition with
teams of varying budget sizes. The SCB “20° wing angle rule” also helps by freeing up the cars to be able to pass easier in many cases that also helps
reduce excess tire and engine wear. Our ‘one rear tire all night long’ rule has not only saved racers thousands of dollars over the past three years, but to
date, we’ve yet to have one tire fail (blow) due to excess tire wear in any feature race we’ve held.

All these small, yet effective changes, have been accomplished without the racers having to purchase something out of the ordinary. And we essentially
haven’t changed the rules since the inception of the series at the end of 2015.

And let’s face it, since the events of 9/11/2001, a lot of the economics of the sport of dirt track racing have changed drastically (especially the cost of
travel, track insurance, general crowd sizes, cost of racing components), yet there really hasn’t been much being done on a nationwide level to help
counteract those economic impacts. We aren’t trying to say we’ve ‘fixed’ all those impacts, but at least we are doing something to help curb racer expenses
– and it’s working.

Our rules package certainly has made for exciting and unpredictable racing outcomes – as there have been 18 different feature winners in the past 26
SCB events since 2018. When you add these components together, that’s a result of why we DARE TO BE DIFFERENT!

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for the latest in series news and where the DARE TO BE DIFFERENT Tour is headed to next. You can also reach the
SCB on Facebook, at www.Facebook.com/SprintCarBandits .

If your business is interested in getting involved with the SCB series, please email SprintCarBandits@Outlook.com for more information. There are
effective programs available for all sizes of budgets.

Thank you to the sponsors of the Sprint Car Bandits series: Smiley’s Racing Products & Hoosier Tire Southwest, Rodd Hanna's Air Performance,  Gen-
Tech at FixYourGenerator.com, Utility Trailer of Dallas, Inc., www.KoolTrikes.com,  www.DarinShort.com and www.ShopTheBOSS.com .

This is the final Sprint Car Bandits event leading into our ‘SCB Summer Break.’ We will be putting out our fall events schedule later in August that will
conclude the 2019 racing season…so be watching for that to come out at our website and Facebook pages.

If your track is interested in hosting the Sprint Car Bandits, please email SprintCarBandits@outlook.com as soon as possible. This schedule is subject to
change, so please visit the series website prior to traveling. New dates will be published when they become available. We have built the Summer Break
into the schedule, as many teams and fans like heading north this time of the year to catch the King’s Royal, Knoxville 360/410 Nationals and RaceSaver
IMCA Sprint Car Nationals – to name a few. Now those teams and fans can do so without missing a beat with the SCB series.

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for all series info, and we look forward to seeing you Friday July 12th when the Sprint Car Bandits ‘DARE TO BE
DIFFERENT’ Tour returns to Heart O’ Texas Speedway, near Waco, Texas with high-powered 360C.I. winged Sprint Cars battling on the racy ¼ mile oval
for the final time at HOT in 2019!

Compiled Sprint Car Bandits Points for 2019 after 7/06/19 event at 82 Speedway        :        
Position Car #        Driver Name        Total Points
1        77w        Will Eggimann 1203
2        12w        Dale Wester        1159
3        23j        Junior Jenkins 1014
4        74e        Claud Estes III 928
5        45b        Casey Burkham 869
6        2        Michael Day        865
7        71        Colby Estes        858
8        20        Chad Wilson        769
9        13m        Chance McCrary 762
10        118        Scott Evans        730
11        15t        Marcus Thomas 694
12        74        DJ Estes 672
13        21        Michelle Melton 591
14        27        Kodey Keimig 583
15        02        Cody Freeman 545
16        80        Josh Hawkins 544
17        72        Daniel Estes        512
18        47        Chipper Wood 510
19        99x        Dalton Stevens 508
20        41m        Steve McMackin 424
21        33        Michael Merrell 392
22        10        Bryan Debrick 371
23        4        Austin Mundie 369
24        2h        Tommy Hall        328
25        64        Mark Zoeller        322
26        44        Jason Howell         315
27        v8        Robert Vetter         300
28        01j        Jeb Sessums 277
29        76        Zane Lawrence 254
30        8a        Koty Adams        218
31        5r        John Ricketts 208
32        57        Chase Parson 190
33        79V        Ryan Hall 185
34        04        Kyle Jones 184
35        5J        Jeremy Jonas 175
36        55        Brad Queen        159
37        45        John Carney II 150
38        17W        Harli White 142
39        26        Jacob Harris        142
40        1X        Tim Crawley        135
41        12        Trey Schmidt        135
42        48        Cody Stacy 130
43        49        Justin Fifield        125
44        2w        Dustyn Welch 125
45        b51        Johnny Brown 122
46        9Z        Taylor Courtney 119
47        91        Craig Oates        119
48        99b        Blake Mallory 116
49        3        Willie Reed        116
50        92        Jordan Weaver 113
51        9tx        Brad Wesp 113
52        8A        Alan Myers 110
53        22L        Kent Lewis Sr. 106
54        83        Jett Hays 106
55        17w        Brad Welborn 104
56        07        Bobby Middleton 104
57        57C        Chris Schmelzle 102
58        17x        Micah Baccus 102
59        17        Channin Tankersley 100
60        16        Cody Tankersley 100
61        18        Logan Scherb 98
62        18L        Dillon Laden        96
63        82c        Christian Kinnison 92
64        10C        Jeremy Campbell 92
65        41        Josh Harner        90
66        35        Chris Hinson        88
67        4b        Austin Burkham 65
68        4t6        Russ Fletcher 65
69        15        Michael Colaluca 65
70        9        Bobby Breen        65
71        52        JD Fry         65
72        79        Charlie McDonald 65
73        12.5        James Griffin 65
74        5X        Tyson Hall 65
75        22X        Steven Shebester 65
.
Thomas Heats Up HOT ‘Bandits Victory Lane;
Series Summer Break Underway!

Elm Mott, TX (07/13/19) by DarinShort.com. The 360C.I.
NCRA Sprint Car Bandits® (SCB) series invaded the 1/4
mile 'bullring' oval of Heart O' Texas Speedway (HOT)
on Waco on Friday, July 12th with the running of the
“MDA Muscling in the Dirt” night, and when the final
checkers waved, Marcus Thomas would take the win
with a spot-on wing dance that commemorated the
moment. It would also become Thomas’s 4th Series
victory of 2019. Click
https://youtu.be/9-RqKX0baaA for
a video clip of the feature racing action.

The night would start out with three
www.KoolTrikes.com
heat races that saw the D&W Towing and Recovery
#12W of Dale Wester earning the
www.FixYourGenerator.com Top Qualifier Award, and
collecting $100 for his efforts. Special thanks to Fred
Summers of www.FixYourGenerator.com for his
continued support of the Sprint Car Bandits series.

The feature event would fire off sans Chance McCrary
(engine) and Jeb Sessums (drivetrain) with a 4-wide
salute to the large appreciative HOT crowd. It also
happened to be a very pleasant night at the races with
unseasonably comfortable conditions in the mid-80’s.
You could also see in the far distance the lightning from
Hurricane Barry dancing along the eastern horizon.

From his outside front row starting spot, Marcus
Thomas would shoot out to an early lead in the 25-
lapper, with Jeff Emerson, Dale Wester and Junior
Jenkins in tow. A quick caution would restart the field in
Delaware format, when points leader Will Eggimann
would be sent backwards into oncoming traffic when the
green flag waved. Three other cars would be collected
that saw light damage, but enough to force three cars
out of the event.

When the race resumed, Thomas and Emerson pulled
away from the field with Wester and Dalton Stevens
putting on a great side-by-side battle for third. Emerson
caught Thomas in heavy lapped traffic mid-way through
the feature but Thomas would quickly make his way by
those cars to remain at the point.

Another quick caution period saw the racing surface
quickly rubbering up across the middle, when the
Wester/Stevens side-by-side battle would result in
contact with Stevens pancaking the backstretch wall and
sliding to a stop outside the corner three entrance. The
hard charging Wester would also drop out during the
caution flag, putting an end to his solid run.

This would set up a shootout for the final four laps,
when last week’s SCB winner Claud Estes III would
emerge into second from his 5th place starting position
to give Marcus Thomas a run for his money. Estes
would close within a bumper of Thomas at one point,
then Thomas was able to pull away by a 10-car length
lead at the checkers. Emerson would finish in an
impressive third place – in what was his first-ever Sprint
Car Bandits series event. Jeremy Jonas and Daniel
Estes would earn their best-ever SCB feature finishes
by finishing in 4th and 5th, respectively.  The balance of
finishing order is posted below.

In light of the fact that 2019 is the ‘DARE TO BE
DIFFERENT’ tour for the Sprint Car Bandits series, we
intentionally planned a Summer Break this season so
teams and fans can take in any of a number of huge
events up north – without the fear of missing any of the
action here.

The SCB will resume racing action in two months, with
the fall events line-up to be posted in a month or so
from now. Besides the ‘Month of Money’ events slated
across the Midwest, this Summer Break will also allow
for the heat of the summer to take its course, so when
we resume Series action, it will take place during much
more suitable racing conditions – for both fans and
racing surfaces. We’re excited about this new twist to
our schedule, as the season is long in Texas, and it
gives everyone a chance to retool, go on vacations or
check out other racing events – whether near, or far.

Thanks again to the great crowds that have attended
Sprint Car Bandits events this season across the
Metroplex region, the strong support of 77 different
drivers, our sponsors, series workers, track workers &
officials – and we look forward to seeing you all again
after our Summer Break when racing action fires back
up later in September!

In the meantime, if you’d like to get your brand new
Fierce 15 driver t-shirts, the new online store at
www.SprintCarBandits.com is open and orders get
shipped regularly. Reminder, that proceeds from Fierce
15 driver apparel benefits each individual driver that is a
part of the program, so please show your support by
grabbing one when you can...and your support will help
drivers better funded throughout the season.

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for the latest in series
news and where the DARE TO BE DIFFERENT Tour is
headed to next. You can also reach the SCB on
Facebook, at www.Facebook.com/SprintCarBandits .

If your business is interested in getting involved with the
SCB series, please email SprintCarBandits@Outlook.
com for more information. There are effective programs
available for all sizes of budgets.

Thank you to the sponsors of the Sprint Car Bandits
series: Smiley’s Racing Products & Hoosier Tire
Southwest, Rodd Hanna's Air Performance,  Gen-Tech
at FixYourGenerator.com, Utility Trailer of Dallas, Inc.,
www.KoolTrikes.com,  www.DarinShort.com and
www.ShopTheBOSS.com .

If your track is interested in hosting the Sprint Car
Bandits, please email SprintCarBandits@outlook.com as
soon as possible. This schedule is subject to change,
so please visit the series website prior to traveling. New
dates will be published when they become available.

Feature Results - Heart O' Texas Speedway (HOT)
Friday, July 12th “MDA Muscling in the Dirt” night:

15t – Marcus Thomas
74e – Claud Estes III
35 – Jeff Emerson
5j – Jeremy Jonas
72 – Daniel Estes
99b – Blake Mallory
23 – Junior Jenkins
97 – Reagan Reed
17x – Micah Baccus
27 – Kodey Keimig
12w – Dale Wester (Top Qualifier)
99x – Dalton Stevens
71 – Colby Estes
77w – Will Eggimann
118 – Scott Evans
74 – DJ Estes
64 – Mark Zoeller
01j – Jeb Sessums (DNS)
13m – Chance McCrary (DNS)

Sprint Car Bandits Series Points Standings going into
Summer Break (as of 7/13/19):
         
Position  Car #  Driver Name  Total Points
1        77w        Will Eggimann        1305
2        12w        Dale Wester        1267
3        23j        Junior Jenkins        1133
4        74e        Claud Estes III        1070
5        71        Colby Estes        962
6        45b        Casey Burkham        869
7        2        Michael Day        865
8        15t        Marcus Thomas        844
9        118        Scott Evans        830
10        13m        Chance McCrary        827
11        74        DJ Estes        770
12        20        Chad Wilson        769
13        27        Kodey Keimig        693
14        72        Daniel Estes        637
15        99x        Dalton Stevens        614
16        21        Michelle Melton        591
17        02        Cody Freeman        545
18        80        Josh Hawkins        544
19        47        Chipper Wood        510
20        41m        Steve McMackin        424
21        64        Mark Zoeller        418
22        33        Michael Merrell        392
23        10        Bryan Debrick        371
24        4        Austin Mundie        369
25        01j        Jeb Sessums        342
26        2h        Tommy Hall        328
27        44        Jason Howell        315
28        5J        Jeremy Jonas        305
29        v8        Robert Vetter        300
30        76        Zane Lawrence        254
31        99b        Blake Mallory        238
32        8a        Koty Adams        218
33        17x        Micah Baccus        215
34        5r        John Ricketts        208
35        57        Chase Parson        190
36        79V        Ryan Hall        185
37        04        Kyle Jones        184
38        55        Brad Queen        159
39        45        John Carney II        150
40        17W        Harli White        142
41        26        Jacob Harris        142
42        1X        Tim Crawley        135
43        12        Trey Schmidt        135
44        35        Jeff Emerson        135
45        48        Cody Stacy        130
46        49        Justin Fifield        125
47        2w        Dustyn Welch        125
48        b51        Johnny Brown        122
49        9Z        Taylor Courtney        119
50        91        Craig Oates        119
51        3        Willie Reed        116
52        97        Reagan Reed        116
53        92        Jordan Weaver        113
54        9tx        Brad Wesp        113
55        8A        Alan Myers        110
56        22L        Kent Lewis Sr.        106
57        83        Jett Hays        106
58        17w        Brad Welborn        104
59        07        Bobby Middleton        104
60        57C        Chris Schmelzle        102
61        17        Channin Tankersley        100
62        16        Cody Tankersley        100
63        18        Logan Scherb        98
64        18L        Dillon Laden        96
65        82c        Christian Kinnison        92
66        10C        Jeremy Campbell        92
67        41        Josh Harner        90
68        35        Chris Hinson        88
69        4b        Austin Burkham        65
70        4t6        Russ Fletcher        65
71        15        Michael Colaluca        65
72        9        Bobby Breen        65
73        52        JD Fry        65
74        79        Charlie McDonald        65
75        12.5        James Griffin        65
76        5X        Tyson Hall        65
77        22X        Steven Shebester        65
click any image for much  larger viewing size. First two images by Don Cook.
Thanks to all the Fans that arrived early to meet the drivers during
our pre-race Fan Fest. Thanks to the race teams for taking the time
to visit with them!
2018 SCB Champion Colby Estes signs the cast of this young race fan   :)
An always smiling Lori Erickson (Will Eggimann's mom) is ready to greet the fans at
the SCB merchandise display at each event.
JOIN US for HIGH-SPEED DRAMA of the SPRINT CAR BANDITS “FALL SHOOTOUT 25” at 82 SPEEDWAY – SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th, 8pm!

Petty, TX (8/22/19) by DarinShort.com. Next up for the 360 C.I. Sprint Car Bandits® series is a return to the very popular and sprawling (in every
respect) ¼ mile of 82 Speedway, located about 15 minutes west of Paris, directly on Hwy 82 in Petty Texas. The event will pay $2,000 to win and down
to $300/start with the running of the “Fall Shootout 25” presented by www.FixYourGenerator.com on Saturday September 28th at 7pm. All six divisions
of 82 Speedway will be in competition as well, paying very solid purse structures (see below). Fans can expect a full field of many of the region's best
dirt track racers to be on hand.

A :30 second look ahead: 82 Speedway track owner, Tracy Peters, had recently suffered the loss of his father, Paul “Patsy” Peters, and Paul’s birthday
was on October 12th. 82 Speedway already had a race scheduled for that night, except now it’s going to become the massive $30,000 Paul Peters
Memorial event; featuring $2,000 to win each in the Sprint Car Bandits and Touring Outlaw Modified divisions, plus $1,200 to win each in the Factory
Stock & Limited Modified divisions! Paul was known to have a big personality and an even bigger presence, so it’s only fitting to have an event of this
magnitude in his honor. Paul was heavily involved throughout the years with several drivers in several divisions, and this huge event will help to
celebrate the memory of his life in racing. If you are an individual or business that would like to help build this event even further, please email Darin at
dssm93@msn.com for details. A complete event flyer and press release will be posted in the days to come.

Back to September 28th: If you’ve yet to visit 82 Speedway, it is much closer to DFW than a lot of people think and is NOT the old Paris Speedway
southeast of Paris. As a point of reference, including a quick fuel stop, you can get from the intersection of Bass Pro Shops/I-30/Bush in Garland to 82
Speedway in 80 minutes.

TRACK DIRECTIONS: Track is located about 1 mile east of Petty Texas right on Hwy 82, which is about 20 minutes east of Bonham and 15 minutes
west of Paris. 16369 US Hwy 82 Petty, TX 75470. For track and details, go to www.82speedway.com or www.Facebook.com/82Speedway .

I like to call 82 Speedway ‘The Land of the XL.’ Translated, everything is XL size, such as the 60’ racing surface that is .26 miles on the pole (1/4 mile)
then in the groove right at 1/3 mile. There are no walls around the entire track – with lots of runoff space wherever you’re racing, which leads to less
tore up equipment. Over-sized grandstands that each have 0% obstructed viewing from whatever spot you choose to view from. Huge spectator and pit
parking areas will greet everyone on their arrival. Track owners, Shelley and Tracy Peters who are some of the nicest people you’ll ever come across,
and they have been reinvesting in the permanent structure of the facility since they purchased it last year.

Bottom line, if you haven’t been there, here’s your chance on Saturday, September 28th! A full line-up of 82 Speedway racing divisions will be joining
the 360C.I. sprint cars, including open comp Modifieds racing for $1,000 to win, Texas Stocks, Limited Modifieds, Factory Stocks (all racing for
$500/win); along with Eco Mods & Stocks (each $300/win). Come early for Fan Fest at 6:30pm, with the first green flag set for around 7:30pm (track
packing and hot laps are at 7pm). Adult G.A. tickets (sold at gate on race day only) are $17, with kids 6-11 $5. Pit passes are $35, with ages 5 and
under $15. Seniors/Military are $15. Click www.82Speedway.com for more details, and interact on Facebook @82Speedway

JOIN US EARLY for SCB FAN FEST! It's free and you get to meet the drivers and the teams, plus purchase team apparel, get selfies, get your apparel
autographed; etc.!

-Pits Open by 4pm, Grandstands 5:30pm -Sprint Pit Meeting/Cutoff 6:15pm -82 Draw Cutoff 6:30, Pit Meeting 6:45 -Fan Fest 6:30-7pm -Track Packing
& Hot Laps 7pm; Racing to Follow Immediately -Adult GA $17, Kids 6-11 $5 - Pit Passes $35 (Pits for Ages 5 and under are $15)

Here’s the purse structure for the SCB “Fall Shootout 25” presented by www.FixYourGenerator.com feature: $2,000 – 1,000 – 600 – 500 – 400 – 390 –
380 – 370 – 360 – 350 – 340 – 330 – 320 – 310 – 300…to start. All non-qualifiers or non-starters will each receive $100. There is no entry fee, no
series membership fee and a $20 nightly draw fee. Drivers should go to www.SprintCarBandits.com prior to arrival for complete rules and procedures
information…which will all be in effect.

This is also part of the www.SmileysRacing.com 4 Pack Bonus program that awards the SCB Fierce 15 teams with added bonus money, paid out for
their support of the Series in increments of each ‘4 Pack’ of SCB events completed throughout the season. More details are posted at the series
website. This is the 4th event in this 4-pack, which will award each of the Fierce 15 members an added bonus of $100 just for making all four events
(Monarch, BCS, KSP & 82). The www.KoolTrikes.com SCB heat races will set the feature race lineup through passing points – straight up, with no
inverting.

Here's the purse structure & details for Saturday September 28th at 82 Speedway. Transponders & RaceCeivers required in all divisions (track rental is
available):

Factory Stock, Texas Stocks & Limited Modifieds (same purse structure, each division) features: $500 – 300 – 200 – 160 – 120 – 100 – 90 – 80 – 70 –
60…to start. See details below.

Eco Mods & Eco Stocks (same purse structure each division): $300 – 200 – 160 – 120 – 100 – 80 – 70 – 60 – 50…to start. See details below.

82 Modifieds: $1,000 – 600 – 400 – 300 – 200 – 160 – 120 – 100…to start. No draw fee or entry fee. See details below.

Regarding 82 Speedway divisions: Non-qualifiers or non-starters will receive $30 each in all divisions. If a driver chooses to compete in more than one
division on the same night, the driver must purchase an additional pit pass per division entered. On regularly scheduled events, if 11 or fewer cars in a
division are signed in, the posted purse structure for that division on that night will start at 2nd place pay and continue down from that point on. If the
races rain out before the completion of the heat races, hold on to your ticket stub, as it will be valid for the next scheduled race of same ticket price
value (in other words, if tickets that night were $15, the next event you will have a $15 credit when you redeem your ticket stub from the previous
event). The exact same procedure will be in effect regarding pit passes. If the races rain out after the heat races, the event is considered complete, and
any remaining races will not be rescheduled and all drivers will receive start money for their scheduled division that night (for any of the feature events
that rained out). There will be no grandstand tickets valid for a future date if races are rained out after the completion of heat races.

Note to drivers: all race teams must run Westhold transponders and RaceCeivers. Track rental is available.

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for the latest in series news and where the DARE TO BE DIFFERENT Tour is headed to next. You can also reach the
SCB on Facebook, at www.Facebook.com/SprintCarBandits .

Click www.82Speedway.com or www.Facebook.com/82Speedway for more track details, schedules and news. Thanks again to Shelley and Tracy Peters
& staff for bringing us all such a FANtastic place to enjoy quality dirt track racing events!