Hobby Stocks Take Center Stage This Saturday Nightadmin
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Hobby Stocks Take Center Stage This Saturday Night
Marysville, CA – (8-8-22) …The Hobby Stock division will race for their ninth and final time this Saturday night at Marysville Raceway. The season long battle will cumulate this Saturday as the track will crown it’s first champion of 2022. Howard Law has been the star, the face of this division. He has won five of the precious eight main events. He has finished in the top five all eight starts and holds a 33-point edge over Kyle Cheney. Chasing Cheney is last Saturday nights winner Zach Lindgren. Cheney leads Lindgren by just two points.
The excitement leading into this Saturday night, August 13th, is palpable. Joining the Hobby Stocks for point race No. 15 will include the winged 360 sprint cars and the Western Midget Racing. The next race is scheduled for August 27th.
Front gate is scheduled to open at 5 PM. Pit gate will open at 3 PM. Racing is scheduled to start around 6 :30 PM. Adult ticket price is $15.00 (16-61), junior/seniors/military discount with card $13.00 (12-15, 62+), kids $6.00 (6-11) and under five are FREE. As always, parking is FREE at Marysville Raceway. Direct link to purchase your tickets online can be found here https://www.eventsprout.com/event/marysville-raceway-2022
For the 12th time this season, the winged 360 sprint cars get another opportunity to shine. Bobby Butler continues to extend his lead over second place Korey Lovell. Butler holds a 42-point edge over Lovell with two races to go. Carson Hall holds a narrow six-point edge over Billy Wallace for the third spot. Kevin Lovell rounds out the top five. It has been a pleasure to the growth of this division in 2022. A breathtaking 64 different drivers have competed during one of the previous 11 races held at Marysville. There also seems to be a good comradery between these loyal Marysville supporters.
Western Midget Racing (WMR) is a midget race car racing organization serving the Western United States that’s designed to be an affordable local and regional level alternative to the much more expensive national level midget racing. Fresno’s David Prickett won the previous race held at Marysville on April 2nd. That night a total of nine drivers attended the event. Brentwood’s Blake Bower has been the dominant driver with 10 main event wins for the tour this season. This will be the series second and final appearance of the season.