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With one lap in the books, the race was resumed and 2014 title winner Mike Miller showed the way through lap 5. The 20 cars remaining on the track ran the remainder of the race caution free with some wheel to wheels battles on the tight confines of Route 44 Speedway. Owen took the lead at the green flag, leading over Butera, Matt Cooley, Paul Dues, and Miller. This Saturday will be no exception A great roster of 18 full time drivers committed to the 2017 campaign and all 18 made the journey to the season opener at Atomic where Harrison, Ohio's "The Juice" Justin Owen squeezed out a victory over his teammate Michael Fischesser in an epic duel on the high banks. Looking to avenge a terrible start one year ago, Gardner will be back in his own #9, a number in honor of his grandfather - former Lawrenceburg Speedway champion Gus Gardner.

As the freshly watered track began to change, Michael Fischesser was able to make the top groove work to perfection as he rolled to the lead on lap 6. Fans were treated with a display of drivers dancing on the ragged edge, wheeling through ruts with half the field on the wall and half the field doing the high speed ballet on the bottom. Working lap 1, Vince Daughery took a hard flip in turn two, as his car tumbled over the outside wall and out of the track. Owen will carry an 11 point lead into round #2 of the 19 event season. Although they fell off the tour early one year ago, Kirk Jeffries and Riley Van Hise will return to full time status.

Working lap #2, he spun to bring out the first caution flag. Fifth starting Shane Cottle was quickly into the runner-up spot and in pursuit. General admission is just with kids ages 11-16 just and kids 10 and under are free. For teams competing at WRP, pit gates will open at 3 pm. We will be using the yellow transponders and they are available to rent for . The BOSS series wishes to thank all of our supporters who do so much to make this series possible. 35-Stuart Brubaker[19] BOSS Heads To Fremont Saturday, May 13th The Rick's Trucks & Equipment - Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series is slated to roll into "The Track That Action Built", Fremont Speedway, this Saturday night, May13th. Also returning for his 4th season on the tour is Steve Little of Waynesfield, Ohio.

But the battle and the traffic allowed Westfall to close on the lead duo. The BOSS event at Route 44 Speedway in 2014 drew 35 entries. Having come so close in two previous chances at winning a Buckeye Ohio Sprint Series event at Lernerville in previous years, including two runner-up performances, AJ Flick seemed to be once again a favorite for a podium finish night. While Owens and Kobylarz diced for the lead, Smith moved into third. Also, there will be no transponder rental fees courtesy of EJF Professional Race Scoring. Once again, NO MUFFLERS will be required and no transponder fees courtesy of EJF Scoring. Be sure to ask for the BOSS Racer's Rate of per night plus tax. Race fans making the trip to both events are also welcome to use the host hotel and ask for the BOSS rate! Fischesser rode a lane below Owen on the top side of the speedway, trying to keep his momentum and slide his way to victory. The inaugural points champion, "The Hustlin Hoosier" Dustin Smith of Russiaville, Indiana and 2014 champ Mike "The Magic Man" Miller of Wapakoneta, Ohio both will return.

With the white flag in the air, the trio was almost 3 wide for the lead into turn one. The track was then known as Whitewater Valley Speedway. And from the start of the 25 lap main event, Flick was not only a front runner, but quickly put the field behind him in dominant fashion. Meanwhile, Brandon Spithaler charged into sixth from eighth on the grid. On Sunday, pit gates will open at 2 pm at Mansfield Motor Speedway. There is ample parking for race rigs and security will be provided. Both of this weekend's events are the standard BOSS purse of

Working lap #2, he spun to bring out the first caution flag. Fifth starting Shane Cottle was quickly into the runner-up spot and in pursuit. General admission is just $15 with kids ages 11-16 just $6 and kids 10 and under are free. For teams competing at WRP, pit gates will open at 3 pm. We will be using the yellow transponders and they are available to rent for $10. The BOSS series wishes to thank all of our supporters who do so much to make this series possible. 35-Stuart Brubaker[19] BOSS Heads To Fremont Saturday, May 13th The Rick's Trucks & Equipment - Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series is slated to roll into "The Track That Action Built", Fremont Speedway, this Saturday night, May13th. Also returning for his 4th season on the tour is Steve Little of Waynesfield, Ohio.

But the battle and the traffic allowed Westfall to close on the lead duo. The BOSS event at Route 44 Speedway in 2014 drew 35 entries. Having come so close in two previous chances at winning a Buckeye Ohio Sprint Series event at Lernerville in previous years, including two runner-up performances, AJ Flick seemed to be once again a favorite for a podium finish night. While Owens and Kobylarz diced for the lead, Smith moved into third. Also, there will be no transponder rental fees courtesy of EJF Professional Race Scoring. Once again, NO MUFFLERS will be required and no transponder fees courtesy of EJF Scoring. Be sure to ask for the BOSS Racer's Rate of $95 per night plus tax. Race fans making the trip to both events are also welcome to use the host hotel and ask for the BOSS rate! Fischesser rode a lane below Owen on the top side of the speedway, trying to keep his momentum and slide his way to victory. The inaugural points champion, "The Hustlin Hoosier" Dustin Smith of Russiaville, Indiana and 2014 champ Mike "The Magic Man" Miller of Wapakoneta, Ohio both will return.

With the white flag in the air, the trio was almost 3 wide for the lead into turn one. The track was then known as Whitewater Valley Speedway. And from the start of the 25 lap main event, Flick was not only a front runner, but quickly put the field behind him in dominant fashion. Meanwhile, Brandon Spithaler charged into sixth from eighth on the grid. On Sunday, pit gates will open at 2 pm at Mansfield Motor Speedway. There is ample parking for race rigs and security will be provided. Both of this weekend's events are the standard BOSS purse of $1,500 to win with $250 to start the A-Main and $100 tow money to any team not starting the main event. Despite multiple challenges from the 44 machine of Fischesser, Owen motored around the top side en route to his second career BOSS win, his first coming at the Lernerville Speedway last July. On Wednesday, watch for the full release of 18 drivers who have committed to the full 2017 title chase.

BOSS wishes to extend a huge THANK YOU to both race tracks and their staffs for a great job. 21K-Kody Swanson[9] Bonus Award Winners: The Bridge Restaurant "Hard Charger" - Kyle Simon 10 Apple Metal Polishing "Lucky Pill Draw" - Buddy Lowther J F Construction "Hard Luck Award" - Mike Miller Mc Millin Apiaries "Sweet Move" - Travis Welpott Cowen Truck Lines "Steel Block Award" - Carmen Perigo All Pro Cylinder Heads "Perseverance Award" - Gage Etgen Lias Tire / American Racer Tire Bonus - Dustin Smith Hoosier Race Tire Bonus - Drew Rader The best points battle in the history of the Rick's Trucks & Equipment BOSS tour is growing ever more intense. For any further questions, please contact BOSS at [email protected] phone 740-703-3768. Owen was able to make the most serious challenge as he slid Perigo for the second spot on lap 16. Three laps later, Kirk Jeffries struck the second turn wall with great force, bringing out a red flag to check on his medical condition. Along with the BOSS traditional sprint cars, UMP modifieds and hornets will fill out the racing card. There will be no transponder rental fee courtesy of Lawrenceburg Speedway! For any further questions, please contact BOSS at [email protected] phone 740-703-3768. The ISC Sports Network features select state wide programming from several different sources around the Hoosier state.

And to our many fine sponsors who make the tour what it is! The battle is heating up just in time for the Jack Hewitt Classic at Waynesfield Raceway Park in Waynesfield, Ohio. Title Sponsor: Rick's Trucks & Equipment ; Kenton, Ohio Heat race pay is provided by the following sponsors: Heat #1: DRC Chassis of Indianapolis, IN Heat #2: Lias Tire / American Racer Heat #3: Hoosier Race Tires Heat #4: TCB Speed Equipment Bonus Awards Provided by the following sponsors: Hard Charger Award $50 - The Bridge Restaurant ; Sidney, Ohio Hard Luck Award $50 - J F Construction ; Bucyrus, Ohio Steel Block Award $50 - Cowen Truck Lines ; Perrysville, Ohio Perseverance Award $50 - All Pro Cylinder Heads ; Johnstown, Ohio Lucky Pill Draw Award $50 - Apple Metal Polishing ; Eldorodo, Ohio Sweet Move of the race $25 - Mc Millin Apiaries ; Wampum, Pennsylvania Special thanks to additional sponsors who help provide the top 15 points teams tow money which include: The Blue Room Restaurant ; Kirby, Ohio Cooley Cabinets ; Greenville, Ohio Griff's Racing Engines ; Sandusky, Ohio FAST Signs ; Dayton, Ohio Southeast Harley Davidson ; Cleveland, Ohio Superior Bearing & Supply ; Bradenton, Florida Coming into the evening at Waynesfield Raceway Park, Harrison, Ohios Justin Owen had one goal in mind which was to Win. Owen mastered the top side of a slick, tricky WRP curb and found his way to his second triumph of the season and his third career series win as a part of the 7The 21 year old also knew coming into the one off weekend for the Ricks Truck and Equipment Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series that he had some work to do in hopes of claiming his first career Series Championship in this 2017 season. Owen was in desperate need of a caution though as Flick did not lose one bit of momentum dealing with lapped traffic, putting the car where he needed to while making it look easy. Fortunately, he was not hurt, but the car did sustain major damage. The racers were given an open red to ensure that they would have sufficient fuel to go the distance. He came from deep in the field to garner that spot. Adult general admission is just $17 with kids ages 7-12 only $7 and children 6 and under are free. As always, there are NO membership or entry fees of any kind and BOSS utilizes the open tire rule. Title Sponsor: Rick's Trucks & Equipment ; Kenton, Ohi Heat race pay is provided by the following sponsors: Heat #1: DRC Chassis of Indianapolis, IN Heat #2: Lias Tire / American Racer Heat #3: Hoosier Race Tires Heat #4: TCB Speed Equipment Bonus Awards Provided by the following sponsors: Hard Charger Award $50 - The Bridge Restaurant ; Sidney, Ohio Hard Luck Award $50 - J F Construction ; Bucyrus, Ohio Steel Block Award $50 - Cowen Truck Lines ; Perrysville, Ohio Perseverance Award $50 - All Pro Cylinder Heads ; Johnstown, Ohio Lucky Pill Draw Award $50 - Apple Metal Polishing ; Eldorodo, Ohio Sweet Move of the race $25 - Mc Millin Apiaries ; Wampum, Pennsylvania Special thanks to additional sponsors who help provide the top 15 points teams tow money which include: The Blue Room Restaurant ; Kirby, Ohio Cooley Cabinets ; Greenville, Ohio Griff's Racing Engines ; Sandusky, Ohio FAST Signs ; Dayton, Ohio Southeast Harley Davidson ; Cleveland, Ohio Superior Bearing & Supply ; Bradenton, Florida FREMONT, Ohio Russiaville, Indianas Dustin Smith held off a hard-charging Kody Swanson Saturday, May 13 to claim the Ricks Truck & Equipment Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series (BOSS) win at Fremont Speedway. All 19 BOSS races will be aired the following Monday morning after a race weekend.

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Working lap #2, he spun to bring out the first caution flag. Fifth starting Shane Cottle was quickly into the runner-up spot and in pursuit. General admission is just $15 with kids ages 11-16 just $6 and kids 10 and under are free. For teams competing at WRP, pit gates will open at 3 pm. We will be using the yellow transponders and they are available to rent for $10. The BOSS series wishes to thank all of our supporters who do so much to make this series possible. 35-Stuart Brubaker[19] BOSS Heads To Fremont Saturday, May 13th The Rick's Trucks & Equipment - Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series is slated to roll into "The Track That Action Built", Fremont Speedway, this Saturday night, May13th. Also returning for his 4th season on the tour is Steve Little of Waynesfield, Ohio.But the battle and the traffic allowed Westfall to close on the lead duo. The BOSS event at Route 44 Speedway in 2014 drew 35 entries. Having come so close in two previous chances at winning a Buckeye Ohio Sprint Series event at Lernerville in previous years, including two runner-up performances, AJ Flick seemed to be once again a favorite for a podium finish night. While Owens and Kobylarz diced for the lead, Smith moved into third. Also, there will be no transponder rental fees courtesy of EJF Professional Race Scoring. Once again, NO MUFFLERS will be required and no transponder fees courtesy of EJF Scoring. Be sure to ask for the BOSS Racer's Rate of $95 per night plus tax. Race fans making the trip to both events are also welcome to use the host hotel and ask for the BOSS rate! Fischesser rode a lane below Owen on the top side of the speedway, trying to keep his momentum and slide his way to victory. The inaugural points champion, "The Hustlin Hoosier" Dustin Smith of Russiaville, Indiana and 2014 champ Mike "The Magic Man" Miller of Wapakoneta, Ohio both will return.With the white flag in the air, the trio was almost 3 wide for the lead into turn one. The track was then known as Whitewater Valley Speedway. And from the start of the 25 lap main event, Flick was not only a front runner, but quickly put the field behind him in dominant fashion. Meanwhile, Brandon Spithaler charged into sixth from eighth on the grid. On Sunday, pit gates will open at 2 pm at Mansfield Motor Speedway. There is ample parking for race rigs and security will be provided. Both of this weekend's events are the standard BOSS purse of $1,500 to win with $250 to start the A-Main and $100 tow money to any team not starting the main event. Despite multiple challenges from the 44 machine of Fischesser, Owen motored around the top side en route to his second career BOSS win, his first coming at the Lernerville Speedway last July. On Wednesday, watch for the full release of 18 drivers who have committed to the full 2017 title chase.BOSS wishes to extend a huge THANK YOU to both race tracks and their staffs for a great job. 21K-Kody Swanson[9] Bonus Award Winners: The Bridge Restaurant "Hard Charger" - Kyle Simon 10 Apple Metal Polishing "Lucky Pill Draw" - Buddy Lowther J F Construction "Hard Luck Award" - Mike Miller Mc Millin Apiaries "Sweet Move" - Travis Welpott Cowen Truck Lines "Steel Block Award" - Carmen Perigo All Pro Cylinder Heads "Perseverance Award" - Gage Etgen Lias Tire / American Racer Tire Bonus - Dustin Smith Hoosier Race Tire Bonus - Drew Rader The best points battle in the history of the Rick's Trucks & Equipment BOSS tour is growing ever more intense. For any further questions, please contact BOSS at [email protected] phone 740-703-3768. Owen was able to make the most serious challenge as he slid Perigo for the second spot on lap 16. Three laps later, Kirk Jeffries struck the second turn wall with great force, bringing out a red flag to check on his medical condition. Along with the BOSS traditional sprint cars, UMP modifieds and hornets will fill out the racing card. There will be no transponder rental fee courtesy of Lawrenceburg Speedway! For any further questions, please contact BOSS at [email protected] phone 740-703-3768. The ISC Sports Network features select state wide programming from several different sources around the Hoosier state.And to our many fine sponsors who make the tour what it is! The battle is heating up just in time for the Jack Hewitt Classic at Waynesfield Raceway Park in Waynesfield, Ohio. Title Sponsor: Rick's Trucks & Equipment ; Kenton, Ohio Heat race pay is provided by the following sponsors: Heat #1: DRC Chassis of Indianapolis, IN Heat #2: Lias Tire / American Racer Heat #3: Hoosier Race Tires Heat #4: TCB Speed Equipment Bonus Awards Provided by the following sponsors: Hard Charger Award $50 - The Bridge Restaurant ; Sidney, Ohio Hard Luck Award $50 - J F Construction ; Bucyrus, Ohio Steel Block Award $50 - Cowen Truck Lines ; Perrysville, Ohio Perseverance Award $50 - All Pro Cylinder Heads ; Johnstown, Ohio Lucky Pill Draw Award $50 - Apple Metal Polishing ; Eldorodo, Ohio Sweet Move of the race $25 - Mc Millin Apiaries ; Wampum, Pennsylvania Special thanks to additional sponsors who help provide the top 15 points teams tow money which include: The Blue Room Restaurant ; Kirby, Ohio Cooley Cabinets ; Greenville, Ohio Griff's Racing Engines ; Sandusky, Ohio FAST Signs ; Dayton, Ohio Southeast Harley Davidson ; Cleveland, Ohio Superior Bearing & Supply ; Bradenton, Florida Coming into the evening at Waynesfield Raceway Park, Harrison, Ohios Justin Owen had one goal in mind which was to Win. Owen mastered the top side of a slick, tricky WRP curb and found his way to his second triumph of the season and his third career series win as a part of the 7The 21 year old also knew coming into the one off weekend for the Ricks Truck and Equipment Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series that he had some work to do in hopes of claiming his first career Series Championship in this 2017 season. Owen was in desperate need of a caution though as Flick did not lose one bit of momentum dealing with lapped traffic, putting the car where he needed to while making it look easy. Fortunately, he was not hurt, but the car did sustain major damage. The racers were given an open red to ensure that they would have sufficient fuel to go the distance. He came from deep in the field to garner that spot. Adult general admission is just $17 with kids ages 7-12 only $7 and children 6 and under are free. As always, there are NO membership or entry fees of any kind and BOSS utilizes the open tire rule. Title Sponsor: Rick's Trucks & Equipment ; Kenton, Ohi Heat race pay is provided by the following sponsors: Heat #1: DRC Chassis of Indianapolis, IN Heat #2: Lias Tire / American Racer Heat #3: Hoosier Race Tires Heat #4: TCB Speed Equipment Bonus Awards Provided by the following sponsors: Hard Charger Award $50 - The Bridge Restaurant ; Sidney, Ohio Hard Luck Award $50 - J F Construction ; Bucyrus, Ohio Steel Block Award $50 - Cowen Truck Lines ; Perrysville, Ohio Perseverance Award $50 - All Pro Cylinder Heads ; Johnstown, Ohio Lucky Pill Draw Award $50 - Apple Metal Polishing ; Eldorodo, Ohio Sweet Move of the race $25 - Mc Millin Apiaries ; Wampum, Pennsylvania Special thanks to additional sponsors who help provide the top 15 points teams tow money which include: The Blue Room Restaurant ; Kirby, Ohio Cooley Cabinets ; Greenville, Ohio Griff's Racing Engines ; Sandusky, Ohio FAST Signs ; Dayton, Ohio Southeast Harley Davidson ; Cleveland, Ohio Superior Bearing & Supply ; Bradenton, Florida FREMONT, Ohio Russiaville, Indianas Dustin Smith held off a hard-charging Kody Swanson Saturday, May 13 to claim the Ricks Truck & Equipment Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series (BOSS) win at Fremont Speedway. All 19 BOSS races will be aired the following Monday morning after a race weekend.Next up for BOSS is a visit to the MONSTER true half mile at Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway on Saturday, July 28th. Adult general admission is $15 with seniors and students admitted for $13. But behind all of the action at the front of the field, 2016 winner Justin Owen and BOSS Series points leader Dustin Smith were maneuvering through the field with relative ease and charging toward the front with precision and purpose. The racers clicked off five laps before the next stoppage, which may have come at an opportune moment for the leader. In 2008, the current 3/8 mile high banked configuration began hosting racing and the BOSS tour has made 2 stops every season dating back to 2012. Complete Payout Information: 25 Lap A-Main: 1) $1500, 2) $900, 3) $700, 4) $600, 5) $500, 6) $450, 7) $400, 8) $375, 9) $350, 10) $325, 11) $300, 12) $290, 13) $280, 14) $270, 15) $260, 16) $250, 17) $250, 18) $250, 19) $250, 20) $250.The largest and widest track on the tour, it always produces some great racing. Kids ages 8-13 are just $8 while 7 and under is free of charge. For team competing, there will be fuel available at the track and NO mufflers are required for this event. Adult general admission is $17 with kids ages 7-12 just $7 while children 6 and under are free. For teams competing, there will be fuel at the track and mufflers ARE REQUIRED for this event. Both of this weekend's events are the standard BOSS purse of $1,500 to win with $250 to start the A-Main and $100 tow money to any team not starting the main event. Owen started 13 on the grid and Smith had to race his way into the program from the back of the bmain, starting from 19th position, and both looked as if they might find a way to hunt down Flick for the win as the laps wound down. Kobylarz was under heavy attack from Owens and Fischesser, as the three leaders had separated themselves from the rest of the pack. The stars and cars of the tour look forward to leaving their mark on the long legacy of Lawrenceburg Speedway. All cars competing but not making the main event will earn $100 Heat race payouts: 1) $40, 2) $30, 3) $20, 4) $10 Heat race pay is provided by the following sponsors Heat #1: DRC Chassis of Indianapolis, IN Heat #2: Lias Tire / American Racer Heat #3: Hoosier Race Tires Heat #4: TCB Speed Equipment Bonus Awards Provided by the following sponsors: Hard Charger Award $50 - The Bridge Restaurant ; Sidney, Ohio Hard Luck Award $50 - J F Construction ; Bucyrus, Ohio Steel Block Award $50 - Cowen Truck Lines ; Perrysville, Ohio Perseverance Award $50 - All Pro Cylinder Heads ; Johnstown, Ohio Lucky Pill Draw Award $50 - Apple Metal Polishing ; Eldorodo, Ohio Sweet Move of the race $25 - Mc Millin Apiaries ; Wampum, Pennsylvania Special thanks to additional sponsors who help provide the top 15 points teams tow money which include: The Blue Room Restaurant ; Kirby, Ohio Cooley Cabinets ; Greenville, Ohio Griff's Racing Engines ; Sandusky, Ohio FAST Signs ; Dayton, Ohio Southeast Harley Davidson ; Cleveland, Ohio Superior Bearing & Supply ; Bradenton, Florida CHILLICOTHE, OHIO Indiana based ISC Sports Network and the Ohio based Ricks Truck and Equipment Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series today announced a partnership that brings each of the 19 BOSS Sprint Car events to the ISC Sports Network.With the green back out and Simon still showing the way, it was Luke Hall taking aim at the top spot reeling in the leader. The series last competed there in 2014 when Logan Hupp defeated Kevin Thomas Jr. Fresh off his 3rd career BOSS win and second of the season, Justin Owen of Harrison, Ohio has taken over the points lead. Owen and Smith swapped second on lap 20, but Smith made the pass the next time by to take second. Other winners at Mercer with BOSS include current All Star driver Brandon Spithaler (2012 & 2013), Brandon Matus (2015) and Cooper Clouse one year ago. They would restart again with Owen holding his ground out front over teammate Michael Fischesser. 76-JJ Hughes (2) AMERICAN RACER/LIAS TIRE HEAT 2 1. Founded in 2011, the tour did not see its first repeat champion until last season when the "Guilford Gasser" Shawn Westerfeld of Guilford, Indiana scored his second consecutive title.But back in the pack, on the move from 14th starting spot, was Westfall. Dustin Smith of Russiaville, Indiana had a rough night at the last event and fell to second in the standings after leading most of the year. Smith then closed in on Miller in the closing laps using the outside groove. Smith will also lead a field of 18 full time touring stars as they battle to become the first BOSS winner at Mansfield Motor Speedway. The two couldnt duke it out for long as another caution flag flew on Lap 22 for a spinning Aaron Middaugh in between turns one and two. However, for 2017, the Hoosier hot shoe has elected to pick and choose his events and does not plan to defend the crown.From that point on, it appeared he was headed for his first tour victory. Michael Fischesser, who sits 3rd in BOSS points, was the man on the move late. When racing resumed, Owen took off in the lead and distanced himself from the field. In addition to the touring stars, several Fremont Speedway local teams will be pulling their wings off to defend the home turf! Standard BOSS purse of $1,500 to win and $250 to start is in effect for this event. Fuel is available at the track along with the TCB Speed parts trailer. For any other questions, feel free to contact BOSS at [email protected] phone 740-703-3768. Jeffries of Westerville, Ohio will be in the Make-It-Fit Foundation #59J.However, working lapped traffic on lap 19, Fischesser wound up making hard contact with the turn 3 wall, eliminating him from the event. After starting 6th, it took him a few laps to get going, but he was the fastest car on the track in the closing laps. Butera held second for a lap before Cooley passed him on lap 3. The local drivers usually seem to have a good handle on the tricky Fremont Speedway making them tough to beat! As always, the BOSS tour has no weight rule and an open tire rule. The Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series would not be possible without the help of the many fine sponsors listed below. Their contributions are what helps keep all these wheels turning each and every Saturday night! The foundation works closely with autism and autism awareness.

,500 to win with 0 to start the A-Main and 0 tow money to any team not starting the main event. Despite multiple challenges from the 44 machine of Fischesser, Owen motored around the top side en route to his second career BOSS win, his first coming at the Lernerville Speedway last July. On Wednesday, watch for the full release of 18 drivers who have committed to the full 2017 title chase.

BOSS wishes to extend a huge THANK YOU to both race tracks and their staffs for a great job. 21K-Kody Swanson[9] Bonus Award Winners: The Bridge Restaurant "Hard Charger" - Kyle Simon 10 Apple Metal Polishing "Lucky Pill Draw" - Buddy Lowther J F Construction "Hard Luck Award" - Mike Miller Mc Millin Apiaries "Sweet Move" - Travis Welpott Cowen Truck Lines "Steel Block Award" - Carmen Perigo All Pro Cylinder Heads "Perseverance Award" - Gage Etgen Lias Tire / American Racer Tire Bonus - Dustin Smith Hoosier Race Tire Bonus - Drew Rader The best points battle in the history of the Rick's Trucks & Equipment BOSS tour is growing ever more intense. For any further questions, please contact BOSS at [email protected] phone 740-703-3768. Owen was able to make the most serious challenge as he slid Perigo for the second spot on lap 16. Three laps later, Kirk Jeffries struck the second turn wall with great force, bringing out a red flag to check on his medical condition. Along with the BOSS traditional sprint cars, UMP modifieds and hornets will fill out the racing card. There will be no transponder rental fee courtesy of Lawrenceburg Speedway! For any further questions, please contact BOSS at [email protected] phone 740-703-3768. The ISC Sports Network features select state wide programming from several different sources around the Hoosier state.

And to our many fine sponsors who make the tour what it is! The battle is heating up just in time for the Jack Hewitt Classic at Waynesfield Raceway Park in Waynesfield, Ohio. Title Sponsor: Rick's Trucks & Equipment ; Kenton, Ohio Heat race pay is provided by the following sponsors: Heat #1: DRC Chassis of Indianapolis, IN Heat #2: Lias Tire / American Racer Heat #3: Hoosier Race Tires Heat #4: TCB Speed Equipment Bonus Awards Provided by the following sponsors: Hard Charger Award - The Bridge Restaurant ; Sidney, Ohio Hard Luck Award - J F Construction ; Bucyrus, Ohio Steel Block Award - Cowen Truck Lines ; Perrysville, Ohio Perseverance Award - All Pro Cylinder Heads ; Johnstown, Ohio Lucky Pill Draw Award - Apple Metal Polishing ; Eldorodo, Ohio Sweet Move of the race - Mc Millin Apiaries ; Wampum, Pennsylvania Special thanks to additional sponsors who help provide the top 15 points teams tow money which include: The Blue Room Restaurant ; Kirby, Ohio Cooley Cabinets ; Greenville, Ohio Griff's Racing Engines ; Sandusky, Ohio FAST Signs ; Dayton, Ohio Southeast Harley Davidson ; Cleveland, Ohio Superior Bearing & Supply ; Bradenton, Florida Coming into the evening at Waynesfield Raceway Park, Harrison, Ohios Justin Owen had one goal in mind which was to Win. Owen mastered the top side of a slick, tricky WRP curb and found his way to his second triumph of the season and his third career series win as a part of the 7The 21 year old also knew coming into the one off weekend for the Ricks Truck and Equipment Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series that he had some work to do in hopes of claiming his first career Series Championship in this 2017 season. Owen was in desperate need of a caution though as Flick did not lose one bit of momentum dealing with lapped traffic, putting the car where he needed to while making it look easy. Fortunately, he was not hurt, but the car did sustain major damage. The racers were given an open red to ensure that they would have sufficient fuel to go the distance. He came from deep in the field to garner that spot. Adult general admission is just with kids ages 7-12 only and children 6 and under are free. As always, there are NO membership or entry fees of any kind and BOSS utilizes the open tire rule. Title Sponsor: Rick's Trucks & Equipment ; Kenton, Ohi Heat race pay is provided by the following sponsors: Heat #1: DRC Chassis of Indianapolis, IN Heat #2: Lias Tire / American Racer Heat #3: Hoosier Race Tires Heat #4: TCB Speed Equipment Bonus Awards Provided by the following sponsors: Hard Charger Award - The Bridge Restaurant ; Sidney, Ohio Hard Luck Award - J F Construction ; Bucyrus, Ohio Steel Block Award - Cowen Truck Lines ; Perrysville, Ohio Perseverance Award - All Pro Cylinder Heads ; Johnstown, Ohio Lucky Pill Draw Award - Apple Metal Polishing ; Eldorodo, Ohio Sweet Move of the race - Mc Millin Apiaries ; Wampum, Pennsylvania Special thanks to additional sponsors who help provide the top 15 points teams tow money which include: The Blue Room Restaurant ; Kirby, Ohio Cooley Cabinets ; Greenville, Ohio Griff's Racing Engines ; Sandusky, Ohio FAST Signs ; Dayton, Ohio Southeast Harley Davidson ; Cleveland, Ohio Superior Bearing & Supply ; Bradenton, Florida FREMONT, Ohio Russiaville, Indianas Dustin Smith held off a hard-charging Kody Swanson Saturday, May 13 to claim the Ricks Truck & Equipment Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series (BOSS) win at Fremont Speedway. All 19 BOSS races will be aired the following Monday morning after a race weekend.

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