Dwarf Car Madness This Saturday Nightadmin
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Dwarf Cars Return with Vengeance This Saturday Night
Marysville, CA (July 23, 2018) – If you like the sound of rip roaring race cars and close side-by-side door banging action and lots of competitors in one division, then this Saturday night is a must-see event for you and the family. One of the best traveling dirt car series in California returns to the action track of the West this Saturday night.
It has been over two months since the traveling Nor Cal Dwarf Car Association has roared around the ¼ mile dirt oval at Marysville Raceway. This popular and extremely competitive division makes their final test and tune this Saturday night before their World-Famous Dwarf Car Nationals event held September 21st and 22nd also at Marysville Raceway. A large car count combined with some of the best drivers in Northern California is scheduled when the Dwarf Cars come to town.
Hero’s in this division include Ryan Winter, Buddy Olschowka, Kevin Bender, Danny Wagner, Mike Reeder, Mike Grenert, Shawn Jones, and Scott Dahlgren. These are just a few of the many competitors that make this traveling division must see entertainment on a Saturday night.
Joining the Dwarf Cars this Saturday night are the winged 360 sprint cars, Super Stocks and RaceSaver 305 Sprint Cars.
The pit gate will open at 3 PM while the front grandstand gate opens at 5 PM.
Adult general admission is $13.00 into the grandstands. Seniors, juniors and Military with ID are just $11.00 each. Kids, six to eleven years old, are $6.00. Children five and under are FREE. A family pass is available and consists of 2 adult tickets, 2 junior tickets or 3 kid’s tickets for a combined price of $40.00.
Chico’s Kenny Allen is at the top of the winged 360-point standings. Allen is in search of this first ever driving championship. Reno’s Mike Monahan sits just seven points back of Allen. Defending track champion, Jeremy Hawes is 15-points back of Allen. These three drivers will battle it out down to the wire. Including this Saturday night, just four-point races remain on the schedule.
The Super Stocks are being led by Chris Warner. In six starts, Warner has two wins, six top-five finishes and two heat race wins. He holds a large 55-point advantage over second place Rod Oliver. The real battle is between second through fourth. Oliver holds a three-point edge over James Castleberry and only 10-points over fourth place driver Richard Vander Ploeg.
The RaceSaver 305 sprint cars have been scheduled again for this Saturday night. The 305 series were last scheduled on May 19th. Timmy Sherman Jr. was the winner that night. For more information about this new division in Northern California please visit Racesaver.com