Busy Month of Racing Kicks off This Saturday

Busy Month of Racing Kicks off This Saturday


This Saturday Kicks Off Busy Month of June Races at Marysville Raceway


(Marysville, CA 5/29/23)…This Saturday night, June 3rd, Marysville Raceway is set to host the first of three consecutive weekends of championship point racing. Point race No. 8 will feature winged 360 sprints, IMCA Sport Mods, and Hobby Stocks. This race will be followed up by June 10th and June 17th Saturday night racing under the bright LED lights at Marysville Raceway.


Corning’s Brian McGahan Jr. returns to the track that he has excelled at this season. In six starts, McGahan Jr. has picked up a win and finished inside the top five every race. With his consistency, he leads Dawson Hammes by 47-points. Hammes to his credit has a win and four top five finishes. Right behind Hammes is Koa Crane who is only three-points back. Carson Hammes is just three-points back of Koa Crane. Rounding out the top five is Billy Wallace. This Saturday will be important, as the winged 360 sprints are not on the schedule for June 10th.


Jimmy Ford sits atop the IMCA Sport Mod point standings. He holds a nine-point edge over Jason Clayton Jr. Ford has secured four top five finishes this season. Clayton has three top five-finishes. Mike Merritt sits in the third spot just eight-points ahead of Raymond Lindeman. Scott Savell is one point back of Lindeman. This Saturday will mark their sixth point show of the season. As with the winged 360 sprints, the IMCA Sport Mods will take next weekend off.


The Hobby Stocks clash is intense. Zach Lindgren holds a slim one-point edge over Howard Law. Each driver has two wins this season and four top 10 finishes. Trailing them is Kyle Cheney. Fresh off his win at the Silver Dollar Fair, Cheney is two-points back of Lindgren for the lead. Joe Gillock and George Abella are both inside the top five and have attended all five previous races. The Hobby Stocks are scheduled to return next Saturday night.


Pit gate opens at 3:00 pm. Front gate 5 pm. Cars on track 5 pm. Prices for all regular season events will be $17.00 for adults, $15.00 for seniors/juniors and military with proper identification. $8 for kids ages 6-11. Children 5 and under are FREE. Parking is FREE. Full-service concessions, beer garden, and novelty booth will be open.


Fans can purchase tickets by following this link. https://www.eventsprout.com/event/marysville-raceway-2023


As of now, if you can’t attend as a fan, NorCalSpeed.tv, is scheduled to broadcast the night’s racing. Head to their website to purchase this race.