Championship Auto Racing Continues This Saturday Night

Championship Auto Racing Continues This Saturday Night


Marysville Raceway


Championship Auto Racing Continues This Saturday Night


Marysville, CA – (4-18-22) …The bright lights and big thunderous race cars will continue this Saturday night, April 23rd, at Marysville Raceway with championship point race No. 7.  The three-division night of racing includes the winged 360 sprint cars, Hobby Stocks, and Crate Sprints.


This Saturday marks the final event in April.  The track will take the next weekend off.  The following weekend is another round of Monster Trucks.  With those factors in place, this Saturday night becomes very important for those chasing their championship dreams. After this weekend, only four circle track events are scheduled through the end of June. Every race, every lap, and every time their car hits the track is very important for those drivers and teams going for the glory of being called track champion at Marysville Raceway.


Pit gate for the competitors opens at 3 PM. Front grandstand gate opens at 5 PM. Racing scheduled to start at 6 PM. Adult general admission is $15.00.  Seniors and Juniors are $13.00. Kids, ages 6 – 11, are $6.00.  Children 5 and under are FREE.  As always, parking is FREE for the fans.


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The Hobby Stock division comes into this Saturday with one driver starting to emerge as the favorite.  Howard Law has won the last two main events and holds a 13-point edge over Kyle Cheney. Maurice Merrill has a firm grip on the third spot. This Saturday night is the fourth point show of the season for the popular Hobby Stock series. Up to this point, 42 different drivers have earned points in 2022.


With last Saturday’s race cancelled due to wet weather, nothing has changed in the winged 360 sprints or the Crate Sprint division.  Last week’s rain out will not be made up because there are no open dates that work for the track.


Bobby Butler is the new leader of the winged 360 sprint car point series. Butler holds an eleven-point edge over Korey Lovell.  Youngster Carson Hall is third. Kevin Lovell sits fourth.  After motor problems, Billy Wallace fell back to fifth. The division has seen four different winners in four nights of racing.


The Crate Sprints continue to set the bar real high when it comes to exciting racing.  After three previous nights of racing, Jason Ballentine and Mike Hall are tied for the point lead. Brett Youngman is third in points. Britton Bock and Jacob Johnson are tied for fourth. Nearly 20 cars are expected to attend this Saturday nights race.


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