BST / IMCA KENNY SCHRADER INDEPENDENCE DAY 3 DAY TOUR
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 05/30/2013
BST PROMOTIONS is pleased to announce its 2013 Independence Day Challenge Cup Tour with NASCAR star KENNY SCHRADER fresh off of his ARCA victory. Starting at Phillips County Raceway (PCR) in Holyoke, Colorado this July 4th. Brought to you by S&W Auto NAPA. With our BST Dirt Cars and Late Models on tap along with the BST/IMCA Mods & Stocks, as well Hobbies and Dwarfs. This night is going to be non-stop racing action from start to finish. NASCAR, ARCA, USAC veteran KENNY SCHRADER will be racing with the BST boys & girls all weekend long showing their talent against one of the most multi-talented drivers the mid west has ever seen.. Thursday activities start with the green flag dropping at 5:00 PM sharp, giving plenty of time for the city fireworks display which starts shortly after 9:00. We will have plenty of great food, drinks, and beer, so come hungry and thirsty with a need for speed. PCR will be your place to be on July 4th.
BEFORE THE JULY 4th action cools, the Independence Day Challenge Cup Tour will move on to the highest track in the U.S. at 6,580 feet at El Paso County Speedway in Calhan, Colorado. This will be the 1st time the BST tour will shed its Blood Sweat & Tears in Calhan, bringing along Kenny Schrader for round two of a three day tour. The high altitude racing is presented to you by Front Range Systems Integration Specialists. The night’s events will start at 5:00 sharp with the BST Mods & Stocks on hand, along with the EPCS classes – Northern Sport Mods, Hornets, Colorado Dwarf Cars, 1200 Outlaws and High Plains Midgets, and Hobby Trucks.
BST & KENNY SCHRADER’s 3rd and final day of the BLOOD SWEAT & TEARS Challenge Cup Tour finds itself on the historic quarter mile high bank of I-76 Speedway in Fort Morgan, Colorado. The BST Mod & Stock Tour will leave its mark for the first time in 2013 at I-76 Speedway. Closing out the 3 day thriller. Starting sharp at 6pm. On hand will be the BST Mods & Stocks with Sport Mods, Econos and Dwarf’s rounding out the field.
This is bound to be one for the record books so mark it on your calendars JULY 4th, 5th & 6th and make sure to catch 1 if not all 3 of the 2013 BST / IMCA KENNY SCHRADER Independence Day Challenge Cup Tour. For more information please go to www.bstracing.com &/or “LIKE” us on Facebook for more up to date info. Or you can call the BST Hotline any time 720-404-0400. Hope to see you all there!!
WILL BRACK WINS BST AT PHILLIPS COUNTY RACEWAY
BY GEOFF BRIGGS
Will Brack drove the Brack Family Owned, Buckeye Welding Supply Hughes to the win Sunday afternoon at Phillips County Raceway. The win marked the first for Brack on the 2013 The Precise Racing Blood, Sweat and Tears Series for IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modifieds tour. Lloyd Meeske took the win in the Chubby Chassis BST Series for IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars. Colt Gibs took his first IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock win, while Jacob Adler chalked up another IMCA Karl Chevrolet Northern Sport Mod win.
With the scratch of pole-sitter Beau Speicher from the field, Greg Gustus and Tyson Groves were on the front-row for the Modified feature. Will Brack started fourth and was able to get by Gustus and set sail. Jesse Taylor, in his second IMCA Modified race jumped into the number 2 position from the 8th starting position, but was not able to get by Brack. Brack took the win over an impressive Taylor, Jeremy Frenier, Garrett Sporhase and John Hansen.
Lloyd Meeske and Jesse Taylor were on the Stock Car feature. Meeske and Taylor put on a show for the fans for the lead, with Justin Bussell in the mix. Meeske was able to claim the win over Taylor, Bussell, Jeff Whiting and Casey Woken.
Trevor Geist and Jason Brees were the front row for the Northern Sport Mod feature. Jacob Adler and Tripp Gaylord shot to the lead and fought for the top position. Gaylord’s day ended when he lost his drive-shaft in turn 2. Chad Dolan moved up to the two position, but was unable to catch Adler. Adhler and Dolan were followed by Geist, Mike Lininger and Ryan Moser.
Greg Dannett and Jim Moore were the front row for the Hobby Stock feature. Colt Gibbs took command of the lead and went on for his first career win. Dannett was a career best second over Michael Johnson, Marshall Curson and Jim Moore.