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Marysville, CA (June 4, 2019) – Between rain and off weekends, the weekly Saturday night racing at Marysville Raceway has been stop and go for the better part of four months. Finally, the weather looks to be in our favor as we gear up for what should be point race #10. In fact, we are scheduled to host three races in June led by this Saturday night, June 8th. Four predominant divisions will be on hand led by the winged 360 sprints, IMCA Pepsi Sport Mods, Super Stocks and Hobby Stocks. It looks to be a stellar night of racing and family fun.
The pit gate will open at 3 PM while the front grandstand gate opens at 5 PM. Race cars on the track at 6 PM.
Adult admission into the grandstands is $13.00. Juniors, seniors and military with ID are just $11.00. Kids 6-11 are $6 and five and under are FREE. A family pass for $40 gets two adults and two juniors or three kids 11 and under into the grandstands. As always, parking is FREE.
Chico’s Michael Ing still sits atop the winged 360-point standings. Ing leads former five-time champion Korey Lovell of Yuba City by eight points. Defending track champion, Mike Monahan of Reno, sits in third. Grass Valley’s Pat Harvey is fourth while Fremont’s Brent Bjork rounds out the top five.
Todd Cooper holds a decent sized lead over Thomas Reynolds and Jim Waller. Cooper sits at 113 points, while Reynolds and Waller are tied for second with 95 points. Scott Savell and Philip Shelby are tied for fifth with 93 total points. Three different winners have won point shows this year. Cooper, Keith Brown, and Andrew Peckham are those drivers.
Devin Ryan and Jesse Van Roekle sit tied for the Hobby Stock point lead. Neither have captured a main event win this season at Marysville but will look to do so this Saturday night. Two points behind the lead cars is Brian Compton. Shannon Collins and David Caluya round out the top five.
It is tight atop the Super Stock point standings. Six drivers are separated by only 11-points. The series is led by Matt Micheli of Live Oak. Richard Vander Ploeg and Brent Lawrence are right on Micheli’s bumper. George Magenheimer, Jerry Bartlett and James Castleberry are proven championship contenders who will look to visit victory lane this Saturday night.