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MADERA, CALIFORNIA (September 27, 2016) - An increasingly strong field is assembling for Saturday's iPull-u-Pull CHALLENGE at LoanMart Madera Speedway, with a $3000 to win Winged Sprint Car race and the inaugural West Coast Sportsman 75 on the big card. The fastest one-third mile in the West will also host racing for BCRA Midgets, CSS 360 Super Modifieds, HPD Midgets, Legends of Kearney Bowl, MSTs, and Toyota Sedans.

The iPull-U-Pull Challenge for the Winged Sprints serves as the season finale for the Madera Western Winged Super Sprints to be televised on MAVTV. Fresno's Cody Gerhardt has won the last two features, taking his namesake Gerhardt Classic on July 9th then storming to victory in the 45th Harvest Classic on September 17th. Gerhardt's closest competition in the September race came from his rookie teammate Dylan Nobile and fellow rookie Justin Kawahata. Incoming points leader Tom Baker of Carmichael, CA slipped to second in the standings and will look for a rebound on Saturday.

A bevy of Sprint Car stars from all over the Western United States is expected to challenge for the big $3000 to win purse. Idaho's "First Lady of Sprint Car racing" Sierra Jackson leads the Northwest and Rocky Mountain group of racers coming to battle. Chowchilla's Eric "Hot Rod" Humphries has two wins at Madera and more than half a dozen top-five finishes this year. Arguably the strongest car on the West Coast is Glenn Hutchison's #8 with five top-three finishes. BCRA Midget Gerhardt Classic winner Chad Nichols is expected to drive that machine. Don Penix has entered Kyle Vanderpool to campaign in the bright orange #3g entry as well. Nevada's father and son team of Bob and Al Beck, and ageless veteran Gordon Rogers of Winton, CA are also expected along with Sacramento's Bud Trimble.

The stock car portion of the program will be the inaugural West Coast Sportsman 75 with plenty of teams with West Series experience converging for the new series. 2016 LoanMart Open Late Model points leader and all-time winningest Madera Late Model racer Matt Erickson is among the highlights of the field. Erickson will drive for Canadian based Dick Midgley in a #09 Chevrolet. Anderson's Derek Copeland will drive the #44 for Dave Reed Racing, while Justin Funkhouser is entered for John Krebs Racing. SRL veteran Bobby Hodges of Carson City, NV will be one of the drivers for Mike Naake's team, while owner-drivers such as Scott Ivie, Shannon Fry, Justin Philpott, and Rich Delong have also expressed intentions to compete on Saturday.

The non-points event will be spread across a two segment format, with a 50 lap first segment early in the evening. Teams will then head to the pits to make any adjustments they'd like to make and then return later in the night for a 25 lap finale to round out the 75 lap feature. The same set of tires will be used for the entire 75 lap distance, practice, and qualifying. Teams competing in this inaugural click here for more


Madera Ca. (9-24-2016) - Saturday night September 24th at the LoanMart Madera Speedway was arguably the best night of short track racing action seen at any track in the country in a very, very long time.

The tri-banked short track known as the fastest 1/3 mile in the west lived up to its name this weekend as fans enjoyed some of the most intense racing action one could ever wish to see. It all began with the first fifty lap segment of the MAVTV televised LoanMart Late Model click here for more
October 1st - The $3,000 to win National Winged Sprint Car Challenge, The USAC HPD Midgets, BCRA Midgets, CSS/360 Super Modifieds, Legends of Kearney Bowl, Championship night for the MST's and Toyota Sedans and new West Coast Sportsman Series

Saturday Adult tickets are $20, seniors/military are $17, youth (6-12) are $10, kids five and under are free.
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