Tickets on Sale for the 48th Annual Western World Championships

westernKevin Montgomery PEORIA, Ariz. (July 1st, 2015) – As we surpass the mid-point in the 2015 race season, race fans can look ahead to the crowing of the 2015 traditional sprint car champion this November at the 48th running of the Western World Championships. Tickets are now available as the long standing tradition of this storied event will feature the best of the best in USAC Non Wing Sprint Car’s.

Top USAC drivers from around America will congregate in the west at Tucson, Arizona’s USA Raceway for three nights of USAC National Sprint Cars vs. USAC CRA Sprint Cars and USAC Southwest Sprint Cars vs. USAC West Coast Sprint Cars. The Western World will mark the end of the 2015 Sprint Car campaign and will crown all four USAC Sprint Car Series Champions for the first time in history.

Three-day General Admission tickets for this historical event can be purchased for just $65, with VIP All Access Suite tickets (includes pit pass) for all three days available for $150. Single day tickets are $25 with reserved seating available for an additional $5 per night.

Advanced tickets may be purchased online at: http://raceusaraceway.com/events/western-world-championship-4/ and ticket pricing/purchasing information can be found online at: http://raceusaraceway.com/tickets/ or by calling the USA Raceway office at 520-664-2074.

Hotel Information can be found at: http://raceusaraceway.com/fan-info/lodging/ or by calling the Courtyard by Marriott at 520-573-0000

The 2015 USA Raceway schedule can be previewed online at: http://raceusaraceway.com/schedule/

USA Raceway is located east of Tucson, Arizona off I-10 exit 268, then 1.6 miles south on Craycroft Road, which turns into Los Reales. For more information please, contact the track at 520-664-2074 or additional information regarding USA Raceway can be found at www.raceusaraceway.com

Arizona’s Matt Rossi reigned supreme over the Sprint Car Portion of the 2014 Western World while Darren Hagen held off 2013 champion, Bryan Clauson, at the line to earn his first Western World Championship.

Steve Kinser has claimed the most Western World titles with seven triumphs including wingless wins in 1982 and 1983 followed by winged wins in 1985, 1987, 1990, 1992 and 1996.

Ron Shuman is next on the list with five Western World triumphs, all of the wingless variety, with other drivers posting multiple Western World wins including Donnie Schatz (3), Lealand McSpadden (3), Sammy Swindell (3), Bryan Clauson (3), Brady Bacon (2), Bud Kaeding (2), Mark Kinser (2) and Jan Opperman (2).

Past Western World Championship Winners (Wing /Non-Wing/Midget)

2014 – Matt Rossi (nw) Darren Hagen (midget)
2013 – Bryan Clauson (nw/midget)
2012 – Wayne Johnson (w) Bryan Clauson (nw)
2011 – Donny Schatz(w) Tracy Hines (nw)
2010 – Donny Schatz(w) Brady Bacon (nw)
2009 – Sammy Swindell(w) Brady Bacon (nw)
2008 – Kevin Swindell (nw)
2007 – Jerry Coons, Jr. (nw)
2006 – Josh Wise (nw)
2005 – Dave Darland (nw)
2004 – Bud Kaeding (nw)
2003 – Tony Elliott (nw)
2002 – Bud Kaeding (nw)
2001 – Jeremy Sherman (nw)
2000 – Jay Drake (nw)
1999 – Donny Schatz (w)
1998 – Tyler Walker (w)
1997 – Mark Kinser (w)
1996 – Steve Kinser (w)
1995 – Lealand McSpadden (nw)
1994 – Ron Shuman (nw)
1993 – Lealand McSpadden (nw)
1992 – Steve Kinser (w)
1991 – Danny Lasoski (w)
1990 – Steve Kinser (w)
1989 – Sammy Swindell (w)
1988 – Mark Kinser (w)
1987 – Steve Kinser (w)
1986 – Bobby Davis, Jr. (w)
1985 – Steve Kinser (w)
1984 – Ron Shuman (nw)
1983 – Steve Kinser (nw)
1982 – Steve Kinser (nw)
1981 – Ron Shuman (nw)
1980 – Jeff Swindell (nw)
1979 – Tim Green (nw)
1978 – Lealand McSpadden (nw)
1977 – Ron Shuman (nw)
1976 – Bubby Jones (nw)
1975 – Ron Shuman (nw)
1974 – Rick Ferkel (nw)
1973 – Earl Wagner (nw)
1972 – Jan Opperman (nw)
1971 – Jan Opperman (nw)
1970 – Jerry McClung (nw)
1969 – Bob Huebner (nw)
1968 – Bob Cleberg (nw)

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USAC SOUTHWEST SPRINT CAR POINT STANDINGS

bh22USAC SOUTHWEST SPRINT CAR POINT STANDINGS
(Prior to July 10th at El Paso, TX)

1 R.J. Johnson 694
2 Charles Davis, Jr. 617
3 Matt Rossi 598
4 Josh Pelkey 592
5 Stevie Sussex 565
6 Mike Martin 493
7 Mike Colegrove 432
8 Brian Hosford 428
9 Bruce St. James 413
10 Andy Reinbold 350
11 Dennis Gile 320
12 Nick Aiuto 305
13 Tye Mihocko 302
14 Josh Shipley 301
15 Shon Deskins 256
16 Chris Bonneau 231
17 Michael Curtis 220
18 Mike Bonneau 187
19 Tom Ogle 184
20 Dalten Gabbard 165
21 Koty McGullam 162
22 Ryan Bernal 71
23 Matt Mitchell 62
24 Hunter Schuerenberg 57
25 Katherine Aragon 55
26 Dustin Burkhart 50
27 Colby Copeland 48
Chris Windom 48
29 Richard Vander Weerd 45
30 Max Adams 40
31 Jace Vander Weerd 38
32 Danny Faria, Jr. 36
33 Rick Shuman 35
34 Jonas Reynolds 34
35 Austin Liggett 30
36 Troy Rutherford 29
37 Joe Scheopner 28
Trey Marcham 28
39 Larry Gibson 27
40 George Morris 26
Ronnie Clark 26
42 Johnny Shelton, Jr. 24
43 Jeremy Sherman 22
Robert King, Jr. 22
Bobby Marcum 22
Vince Perez 22
47 Tom Lee 20
48 Brody Roa 18
Landon Hurst 18
50 Ray Bishop 16
51 Mark Morin 15
52 Shannon McQueen 1
Tristan Guardino 1
Dustin Cormany 1
Jeff Sibley 1
Tony Everhart 1
A.J. Bender 1

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R.J. JOHNSON SCORES HOT SUMMER NIGHTS VICTORY AT TUCSON

tucsonLance Jennings, JUNE 30, 2015… Taking the lead from Mike Martin on lap twenty, R.J. Johnson of Phoenix, Arizona won Saturday’s USAC SouthWest Sprint Car debut at Tucson’s USA Raceway. Charging from eleventh, the 2-time defending champion and point leader claimed his seventh win of the campaign. Martin, Josh Pelkey, Matt Rossi, and Josh Shipley followed Johnson across the finish line.

Racing the Bill Michaels’ owned #77M Kodiak Products / Beal’s Auto Body Sherman, R.J. Johnson earned $1,500 for his efforts by taking his series leading 29th victory. Earlier in the program, the second generation driver ran fourth in his heat race and placed eleventh in passing points. Taking the night’s “Hard Charger / Best Passing Job” honors, R.J. left the fast 3/8-oval with a 77-point advantage over the competition. In addition, Johnson has five heat race victories, one high point driver award, thirteen top-10 finishes, and 120 feature laps led.

After leading the first nineteen laps, Yuma, Arizona’s “The Magic Man” Mike Martin finished second in the Tucson feature. Piloting his #16 Sherwin-Williams / Ultimate Offroad Maxim, Martin won his series leading seventh heat race and ranked third in passing points. With two high point driver awards, nine top-10 finishes, and 23 feature laps led, “The Magic Man” is sixth in the point chase.

Josh Pelkey of Peoria, Arizona raced from tenth to claim third at USA Raceway. Driving Robbie and Gaye Allen’s #12 ABC Body Shop / Napa Auto Parts RSS, Pelkey scored fourth in his heat race and placed tenth in passing points. The 1997 ASCS Champion is fourth in the standings with one heat race victory, one high point driver award, and ten top-10 finishes on the season.

After winning last week’s Father’s Day Classic at Canyon, South Central, Arizona’s Matt Rossi carved his way to fourth after starting thirteenth. Racing the family owned #02 Apache Scapes / IWR Spike, Rossi took fifth in his heat race and ranked thirteenth in passing points. The defending Western World Champion heads to El Paso’s July 10th race sitting third in points with three hard charger awards, nine top-10 finishes, and 22 feature laps led.

Josh Shipley of Peoria, Arizona stormed from fourteenth to score fifth at Tucson’s 30-lap main event. Piloting Bob Bishop’s #2 RSS Industries / AME Electrical RSS, Shipley ran fifth in his heat race and placed fourteenth in passing points. The former Challenge Cup Champion is currently fourteenth in points with one heat race victory and four top-10 finishes on the year.

Tempe, Arizona’s Stevie Sussex earned his first 8-lap heat race victory of the season. Driving Dennis Gile’s #13S Quarterback Academy / Bobby Q Ellis, Sussex earned his first high point driver award of 2015 and finished sixteenth in the main event. The two-time Hank Arnold Memorial winner left Tucson sitting fifth in the standings with two feature wins, three hard charger awards, ten top-10 finishes, and 72 feature laps led.

“The Radio Flyer” Bruce St. James of Phoenix, Arizona won the night’s third 8-lap heat race. Racing his #7K Woodland Auto Display / Weld Racing Maxim, St. James ranked second in passing points and placed eleventh in the main event. The veteran driver heads to El Paso seated ninth in the standings with three heat race victories, one high point driver award and three top-10 finishes.

The USAC SouthWest Sprint Car Series will take a break before returning to action on July 10h at El Paso Speedway Park. The first round of the two-night “Border Tour” with the New Mexico Motor Racing Association will pay $2,000-to-win and feature X-Mods, Street Stocks, Mini Stocks, and Hornets. Advance tickets are on sale and for more information, visit www.epspeedwaypark.com or call 915.791.8749.

The USAC SouthWest Sprint Car Series would like to thank Sunoco Race Fuels, Hoosier Tire, Hose Advantage Store, and the Racers Advantage Store for their support. For more information on the series, visit www.southwestsprintcars.com, www.usacracing.com, or follow the series on Facebook (www.facebook.com/SouthwestSprintCars).
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USAC SOUTHWEST SPRINT CAR RACE RESULTS:
June 27, 2015 – Tucson, Arizona – USA Raceway – “Hot Summer Nights”

FIRST HEAT: (8 laps)
1. Mike Martin (#16 Martin), 2. Ronnie Clark (#6 Clark), 3. Andy Reinbold (#19 Underwood), 4. Josh Pelkey (#12 Allen), 5. Matt Rossi (#02 Rossi), 6. Tom Ogle (#48 Ogle). NT

SECOND HEAT: (8 laps)
1. Stevie Sussex (#13S Gile), 2. Mike Bonneau (#29 Bonneau), 3. Nick Aiuto (#27 Aiuto), 4. R.J. Johnson (#77M Michaels), 5. Josh Shipley (#2 Bishop), 6. Tye Mihocko (#5 Mihocko). NT

THIRD HEAT: (8 laps)
1. Bruce St. James (#7K St. James), 2. Charles Davis Jr. (#50 Massey), 3. Koty McGullam (#44K McGullam), 4. Brian Hosford (#32B Weber), 5. Dennis Gile (#13 Gile), 6. Jeremy Sherman (#71M Michaels). NT

FEATURE: (30 laps – With Starting Positions)
1. R.J. Johnson (11th), 2. Mike Martin (4th), 3. Josh Pelkey (10th), 4. Matt Rossi (13th), 5. Josh Shipley (14th), 6. Charles Davis Jr. (3rd), 7. Brian Hosford (12th), 8. Tom Ogle (16th), 9. Nick Aiuto (8th), 10. Dennis Gile (15th), 11. Bruce St. James (5th), 12. Tye Mihocko (17th), 13. Mike Bonneau (1st), 14. Andy Reinbold (7th), 15. Koty McGullam (9th), 16. Stevie Sussex (6th), 17. Jeremy Sherman (18th), 18. Ronnie Clark (2nd – DNS). NT
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FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-19 Martin, Laps 20-30 Johnson.
HARD CHARGER: R.J. Johnson (11th to 1st)

USAC SOUTHWEST SPRINT CAR POINT STANDINGS:
1. R.J. Johnson-694, 2. Charles Davis Jr.-617, 3. Matt Rossi-598, 4. Josh Pelkey-592, 4. Matt Rossi-470, 5. Stevie Sussex-565, 6. Mike Martin-493, 7. Mike Colegrove-432, 8. Brian Hosford-428, 9. Bruce St. James-413, 10. Andy Reinbold-350, 11. Dennis Gile-320, 12. Nick Aiuto-305, 13. Tye Mihocko-302, 14. Josh Shipley-301, 15. Shon Deskins-256, 16. Chris Bonneau-231, 17. Michael Curtis-220, 18. Mike Bonneau-187, 19. Tom Ogle-184, 20. Dalten Gabbard-165.

2015 USAC SOUTHWEST SPRINT CAR SERIES SCHEDULE
DATE – TRACK – LOCATION
July 10: #El Paso Speedway Park – El Paso, TX (Border Tour / $2,000-to-Win)
July 11: #Southern New Mexico Speedway – Las Cruces, NM (Border Tour / $2,000-to-Win)
July 18: Arizona Speedway – Queen Creek, AZ
August 1: Canyon Speedway Park – Peoria, AZ (Allscapes Back to School Special)
August 19: Lawton Speedway – Lawton, OK (Freedom Tour / $2,500-to-Win / Non-Points)
August 20: Creek County Speedway – Sapulpa, OK (Freedom Tour / $2,500-to-Win / Non-Points)
August 21: 81 Speedway – Wichita, KS (Freedom Tour / $2,500-to-Win / Non-Points)
August 22: Dodge City Raceway Park – Dodge City, KS (Freedom Tour / $2,500-to-Win / Non-Points)
August 28: Prescott Valley Raceway – Prescott Valley, AZ (Rick Stewart Memorial)
August 29: Prescott Valley Raceway – Prescott Valley, AZ (Rick Stewart Memorial)
September 19: Arizona Speedway – Queen Creek, AZ
September 26: *Canyon Speedway Park – Peoria, AZ (Brawl For It All / $2,500-to-Win / Grudge Series)
October 3: Arizona Speedway – Queen Creek, AZ
October 17: Central Arizona Speedway – Casa Grande, AZ
November 19: *USA Raceway – Tucson, AZ (Western World Championships / Grudge Series)
November 20: *USA Raceway – Tucson, AZ (Western World Championships / Grudge Series)
November 21: *USA Raceway – Tucson, AZ (Western World Championships / Grudge Series)
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* = Co-Sanctioned Event with USAC West Coast Sprints.
# = Co-Sanctioned Event with NMMRA Sprints.
This schedule is subject to change.

ATTACHED PHOTOS/IMAGES:
#77M R.J. Johnson wins at Tucson. Photo by George Levy.

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USAC SOUTHWEST SPRINT CAR RACE RESULTS: June 27, 2015 – Tucson, Arizona – USA Raceway – “Hot Summer Nights”

51rjUSAC SOUTHWEST SPRINT CAR RACE RESULTS: June 27, 2015 – Tucson, Arizona – USA Raceway – “Hot Summer Nights”

FIRST HEAT: (8 laps) 1. Mike Martin (#16 Martin), 2. Ronnie Clark (#6 Clark), 3. Andy Reinbold (#19 Underwood), 4. Josh Pelkey (#12 Allen), 5. Matt Rossi (#02 Rossi), 6. Tom Ogle (#48 Ogle). NT

SECOND HEAT: (8 laps) 1. Stevie Sussex (#13S Gile), 2. Mike Bonneau (#29 Bonneau), 3. Nick Aiuto (#27 Aiuto), 4. R.J. Johnson (#77M Michaels), 5. Josh Shipley (#2 Bishop), 6. Tye Mihocko (#5 Mihocko). NT

THIRD HEAT: (8 laps) 1. Bruce St. James (#7K St. James), 2. Charles Davis Jr. (#50 Massey), 3. Koty McGullam (#44K McGullam), 4. Brian Hosford (#32B Weber), 5. Dennis Gile (#13 Gile), 6. Jeremy Sherman (#71M Michaels). NT

FEATURE: (30 laps) 1. R.J. Johnson, 2. Mike Martin, 3. Josh Pelkey, 4. Matt Rosi, 5. Josh Shipley, 6. Charles Davis Jr., 7. Brian Hosford, 8. Tom Ogle, 9. Nick Aiuto, 10. Dennis Gile, 11. Bruce St. James, 12. Tye Mihocko, 13. Mike Bonneau, 14. Andy Reinbold, 15. Koty McGullam, 16. Stevie Sussex, 17. Jeremy Sherman, 18. Ronnie Clark. NT
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FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-19 Martin, Laps 20-30 Johnson.

NEW SOUTHWEST SPRINT POINTS:

NEXT SOUTHWEST SPRINT RACE: July 10 – El Paso (TX) Speedway Park – “Border Tour” – Co-Sanctioned with NMMRA

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USAC SOUTHWEST SPRINT CARS DEBUT AT TUCSON SATURDAY

reinboldLance Jennings, JUNE 24, 2015… This Saturday, June 27th, the popular USAC SouthWest Sprint Car Series will make their debut at USA Raceway in Tucson, Arizona. The “Hot Summer Nights honoring America’s Military” will also showcase the IMCA Modifieds, SCRA Stock Cars, XMods, and Dwarf Cars. The Front Gates will open at 4:00pm with Racing scheduled to begin at 7:00pm. The facility will also host an open practice session on Friday night. For more information, visit the track’s website at www.raceusaraceway.com or call 520.664.2074.

Heading to USA Raceway, R.J. Johnson of Phoenix, Arizona leads the standings with a 67-point advantage. Racing Bill Michaels’ #77M Kodiak Products / Beal’s Auto Body Sherman, Johnson finished eighth last Saturday at Canyon Speedway Park. To date, the two-time defending champion has six feature wins, five heat race victories, one high point driver award, twelve top-10 finishes, and 109 feature laps led on the season. At Tucson, R.J. will be looking to continue his championship bid with his series leading 29th victory.

Buckeye, Arizona’s “Chargin” Charles Davis Jr. ranks second in the chase for the championship. Driving the Massey Motorsports’ #50 RSS Industries / Rod End Supply RSS, Davis finished second to Matt Rossi in Saturday’s “Father’s Day Classic.” Heading to USA Raceway, the five-time Arizona Sprint Car Champion has one feature win, three heat race victories, two high point driver awards, twelve top-10 finishes, and 36 feature laps led to his credit. “Chargin” Charles is second on the series win list and will have his sights on his twelfth win.

After winning last Saturday’s “Father’s Day Classic,” Matt Rossi of South Central, Arizona has climbed to third in the point standings. Piloting the family owned #02 Apache Scapes / IWR Spike, Rossi has one high point driver award, three hard charger awards, eighth top-10 finishes, and 22 feature laps led in the campaign. Currently tied with Brady Bacon, Dave Darland, Stevie Sussex, and Rick Ziehl for sixth on the win list, the Western World Champion will be looking for his fourth triumph.

Peoria, Arizona’s Josh Pelkey sits fourth in the USAC SouthWest point chase. Driving Robbie and Gaye Allen’s #12 ABC Body Shop / Napa Auto Parts Maxim, Pelkey finished sixth at Canyon Speedway Park after starting ninth. At press time, the 1997 ASCA Champion has one heat race victory, one high point driver award, and nine top-10 finishes on the year. Heading to Tucson, Josh ranks fourth on the SouthWest win list and will have his sights on his sixth win.

Stevie Sussex of Tempe, Arizona is fifth in the championship standings. Racing Dennis Gile’s #13S Quarterback Academy / Bobby Q Ellis, Sussex ran third last Saturday night. To date, the two-time Hank Arnold Memorial winner has two feature wins, three hard charger awards, ten top-10 finishes, and 72 feature laps led on the season. Tied with Brady Bacon, Dave Darland, Matt Rossi, and Rick Ziehl for sixth on the win list, Stevie will be looking for the Saturday night win at Tucson.

Among the other drivers expected to be in action are “The Magic Man” Mike Martin, Brian Hosford, “The Radio Flyer” Bruce St. James, Andy Reinbold, Dennis Gile, “The Bull” Tye Mihocko, Nick Aiuto, Shon Deskins, Josh Shipley, Chris Bonneau, Michael Curtis, Mike Bonneau, and more.

USA Raceway is located at 4300 E. Los Reales Road in Tucson, Arizona. To get to the track, take Interstate 10 to exit 265. Drive 2.5 miles south on S. Alvernon Way, then 0.5 miles east on Los Reales Road. Adult tickets are $18, VIP Skybox tickets (with pit access) are $40, Junior tickets (12-6) are $8, and Children (5 & Under) are FREE. This event is also Military Appreciation Night and Military (Active & Retired) with valid ID will get free admission. Advance tickets are on sale now and more event information can be found at www.raceusaraceway.com or calling 520.664.2074.

The USAC SouthWest Sprint Car Series thanks Sunoco Race Fuels, Hoosier Tire, Racers Advantage Store, and the Hose Advantage Store for their support. For more information on the group, visit www.southwestsprintcars.com, www.usacracing.com, or follow the series on Facebook (www.facebook.com/SouthwestSprintCars).
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USAC SOUTHWEST SPRINT CAR CHAMPIONS:
2013-R.J. Johnson, 2014-R.J. Johnson.

2015 USAC SOUTHWEST SPRINT CAR WINS:
6-R.J. Johnson, 2-Ryan Bernal, 2-Stevie Sussex, 1-Brady Bacon, 1-Charles Davis Jr., 1-Matt Rossi.

USAC SOUTHWEST SPRINT CAR POINT STANDINGS:
1. R.J. Johnson-629, 2. Charles Davis Jr.-562, 3. Matt Rossi-543, 4. Josh Pelkey-533, 5. Stevie Sussex-530, 6. Mike Colegrove-432, 7. Mike Martin-424, 8. Brian Hosford-381, 9. Bruce St. James-369, 10. Andy Reinbold-319, 11. Dennis Gile-283, 12. Tye Mihocko-270, 13. Nick Aiuto-263, 14. Shon Deskins-256, 15. Josh Shipley-249, 16. Chris Bonneau-231, 17. Michael Curtis-220, 18. Dalten Gabbard-165, 19. Mike Bonneau-152, 20. Tom Ogle-142.

2015 USAC SOUTHWEST SPRINT CAR SERIES SCHEDULE
DATE – TRACK – LOCATION
June 27: USA Raceway – Tucson, AZ (Hot Summer Nights)
July 10: #El Paso Speedway Park – El Paso, TX (Border Tour / $2,000-to-Win)
July 11: #Southern New Mexico Speedway – Las Cruces, NM (Border Tour / $2,000-to-Win)
July 18: Arizona Speedway – Queen Creek, AZ
August 1: Canyon Speedway Park – Peoria, AZ (Allscapes Back To School Special)
August 19: Lawton Speedway – Lawton, OK (Freedom Tour / $2,500-to-Win / Non-Points)
August 20: Creek County Speedway – Sapulpa, OK (Freedom Tour / $2,500-to-Win / Non-Points)
August 21: 81 Speedway – Wichita, KS (Freedom Tour / $2,500-to-Win / Non-Points)
August 22: Dodge City Raceway Park – Dodge City, KS (Freedom Tour / $2,500-to-Win / Non-Points)
August 28: Prescott Valley Raceway – Prescott Valley, AZ (Rick Stewart Memorial)
August 29: Prescott Valley Raceway – Prescott Valley, AZ (Rick Stewart Memorial)
September 19: Arizona Speedway – Queen Creek, AZ
September 26: *Canyon Speedway Park – Peoria, AZ (Brawl For It All / $2,500-to-Win / Grudge Series)
October 3: Arizona Speedway – Queen Creek, AZ
October 17: Central Arizona Speedway – Casa Grande, AZ
November 19: *USA Raceway – Tucson, AZ (Western World Championships / Grudge Series)
November 20: *USA Raceway – Tucson, AZ (Western World Championships / Grudge Series)
November 21: *USA Raceway – Tucson, AZ (Western World Championships / Grudge Series)
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* = Co-Sanctioned Event with USAC West Coast Sprints.
# = Co-Sanctioned Event with NMMRA Sprints.
This schedule is subject to change.

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