Tomorrow is race day at Sandusky Speedway! With the racing action we will also have the Adkins Glass bike giveaway, the Junior Grand Marshal, and a frisbee toss as well. Pit gates open at 3pm, practice at 4pm, time trials at 5:30pm, and racing at 7pm. Don’t miss it!
Here is the roster as of now for the July 4th race at Sandusky Speedway
1. Bobby Santos
OZ. Cord Ehrhart
Bingo 5. Kevin Feeney
11. Aric Iosue
19. Trent Stephens
22. Mike McVetta
30. Talon Stephens
39. Jason Wells
49. Dave Shullick Jr.
55. Rich Reid
59. Bobby Watkins
64. Jim Paller
72. Danny Shirey
88. AJ Lesiecki
We are just three days from our next race at Sandusky Speedway! With the racing action we will also have the Adkins Glass bike giveaway, the Junior Grand Marshal, and a frisbee toss as well. Pit gates open at 3pm, practice at 4pm, time trials at 5:30pm, and racing at 7pm. Don’t miss it!
Go Sandusky Speedway’s Facebook page tonight at 7:30pm and listen to Chris Mize and Doug Dock discuss this weekend’s MSS race and the Hy-Miler. There will be a lot of news and info that you won’t want to miss.
Attention supermodified drivers planning on attending the MSS race at Sandusky Speedway July 4th:
Please go to the link provided below to register for the event at Sandusky Speedway Saturday night!! The track needs you to pre-register!!
Thank you in advance!!
Race number 2 is on July 4 at Sandusky Speedway! With the racing action we will also have the Adkins Glass bike giveaway, the Junior Grand Marshal, and a frisbee toss as well. Pit gates open at 3pm, practice at 4pm, time trials at 5:30pm, and racing at 7pm. Don’t miss it!
Supermodifieds were finally able to get the race season started with an event at Lucas Oil Raceway this past weekend. Congratulations to #22 Mike McVetta on your victory and also being Fast Qualifier @ 18.289 ... well done Team McVetta!
Special thanks to each of the following for your support with this event.
Mike Moore – Promoter for this very well run event and for including supermodifieds on your program.
Jim Hanks – Owner of Must See Racing for all of your support with helping to make the race weekend run as smoothly as possible, you have a great support staff!
Jeff West Owner #1 for all if his efforts in securing additional sponsorship so that we could get to $3500 to win and $1000 to start.
ISMA / Doc Hathaway for your contribution of a Hoosier Right Rear tire (winner #55 Rich Reid)
Hollifield Family in Memory of their Grandfather Buck, Dad Jay and Mom Linda with our Feature Halfway $200 Bonus (winner #22 Mike McVetta)
Adkins Glass (and family) for the bike donations! MSS received a very nice thank you from the Smith Family who was one of the bike recipients.
4th Turn Crazies for the Hard Charger Award (winner #22 Mike McVetta)
BIG thanks to those teams supporting the supermodified opener and for those fans attending “live” or watching with Pay-Per-View…both are appreciated!
Our next race is Saturday July 4th at Sandusky Speedway. We hope to see you there!
McVetta Scorching At Indy Summer Nationals
(LOR) Brownsburg, IN – The Midwest Supermodified Series Started Their 2020 Season At Lucas Oil Raceway Park With The Must See Racing Series Sprints Last Night. The Stage Was Set To Be A Scorching Hot Day, With The Unforgiving .686 Mile Oval, Would Test The Teams Resolve. Although Ohioan Mike McVetta Driver/Owner Of The #22 Rocket Chassis Car Seemed To Be Hooked On Rails Off The Start In Practice And Posted Fast Qualifying Time Of 18.289, Mike Was Challenged With Doing Quick Repairs From Sustained Damage During His Heat Race And Could Not Finish. In The Feature, McVetta Had To Start In The Rear, But That Did Not Deter Him Getting To The Front. By Lap 3 McVetta Had Moved To Fourth After Passing Otto Sitterly (NY) And By Lap 6, He Passed AJ Lesiecki’s New #88 Roadster. From There Mike McVetta Would Not Look Back As He Claimed His 1st Feature Win Of The Year, His 2nd Win @ Lucas Oil Raceway Park. “I Tell You, This Crew Give Me Such An Unbelievable Car,” Said McVetta. “I Don’t Know How That Car Drove So Good, It Is Still Bent Up From My Heat Race. It Was Bad Fast, It Has Been Bad Fast Since We Unloaded Yesterday. The Guys Just Gave Me Such A Great Car. I Just Can’t Thank Them Enough”
AJ Lesecki And Otto Sitterly Would Pace The Field On The Start, But It Was Lesiecki That Would Lead The Charge While Sitterly, And Trent Stephens Follow In 3rd. On The 3rd Lap, The Caution & Red Flag Would Come For Oil Cleanup On The Track But With The Quick Restart, Stephens Would Sneak Past Sitterly While McVetta Was Hot On The Heels And Would Overcome Sitterly A Lap Later. And Despite Having A Strong Afternoon, McVetta Would Claim The Lead From Lesiecki.
Lesiecki Would Ultimately Fade To 4th As #1 Bobby Santos Would Edge Him For The Final Podium Spot While #72 Danny Shirey Would Finish 5th To Round Out The Top 5. Sitterly Would Ended His Night After Finding A Cracked Front Axle. Hard To Charge Were #55 Rich Reid And #30 Talon Stephens With #64 Jim Paller To Follow.
Midwest Supermodified Series Would Like To Give Special Thanks To The Hollifield Family For Their $200 Feature Halfway Winner (#22 McVetta). The 4th Turn Crazies, Hard Charger Award (#22 McVetta). Adkins Glass For The Bike Donation, and all of MSS Supporters that helped make this possible!
Join Us On July 4th As Midwest Supermodified Series Is Set To Do Battle @ Sandusky Speedway’s ½ Mile Oval.
Top Qualifier: (22) Mike McVetta 18.289
Heat 1 Results: (88) AJ Lesiecki, (19) Trent Stephens, (86) Nick Capellli, (55) Rich Reid, (22) Mike McVetta, (92) Larry Lehnert
Heat 2 Results: (1) Bobby Santos, (72s) Danny Shirey, (7) Otto Sitterly, (64) Jim Paller, (30) Talon Stephens, (0Z) Cord Ehrhart
Feature Results (30 Laps): (22) Mike McVetta, (19) Trent Stephens, (1) Bobby Santos, (88) AJ Lesiecki, (72s) Danny Shirey, (55) Rich Reid, (30) Talon Stephens, (64) Jim Paller, (0Z) Cord Ehrhart, (7) Otto Sitterly, (92) Larry Lehnert.
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