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Williams, Lunow and Nau Pick Up Wins At the Motorplex

The Jetmore Motorplex once again came to life as the URSS Sprint Cars, Modifieds and Stocks all appeared on the racing card for Fan Appreciation/Merchant Night. The fans in attendance were treated to some great racing in all classes. When the night was over, Ty Williams, Butch Leiker and Brandon Nau all visited the Motorplex’s Winners Circle.  

Liberal Kansas’s Ty Williams led the field to the green and jumped to the lead as Kirby Hagans, Keefe Hemel, Jeff Crook and Taylor Velasquez rounded out the top five at the end of lap one. C.J. Johnson and Brian Herbert were on Velasquez’s bumper as they turned up the heat on the young driver. Velasquez pressured Crook for the third spot for several laps and took the position on lap four bring Johnson with him. Herbert made the pass on Crook for the fifth spot on lap five 

Lap eight saw Herbert take the fifth spot from Johnson and quickly take the third spot from Hagans as slipped back to the fourth position. Lap eleven saw Velasquez take the fourth spot back from Johnson, up front Williams continued to hold the lead.  Lap eighteen saw Johnson pass Velasquez for the fourth spot and set his sights on third place Herbert. 

As the checkered flag flew it was Williams picking up his second Feature win of the ear with Hemel, Herbert, Johnson and Velasquez rounding out the top five.

The Weld Racing Wheels “Hard Charger Award” went to Dodge City’s Tyler Knight who came from his twentieth starting spot to finish the race in the twelfth position.

Heat Race Winners were Ray Seemann, Taylor Milton and Brian Herbert.

A-Main: 1-Ty Williams (1), 2-Keefe Hemel (11), 3-Brian Herbert (97), 4-C J Johnson (45X), 5-Taylor Velasquez (21), 6-Taylor Milton, (91X), 7-Ray Seemann (72), 8-Kirby Hagans (4), 9-Randy Washburn (0T), 10-Mike Woodruff (83X), 11-Steve Dalton (12D), 12-Tyler Knight (11K), 13-John Colbert (79C), 14-Lance Davis (9DJ), 15-Kris Moore (49), 16-Criag Jecha (17X), 17-Jeff Crook (52), 18-Kris Miller (33), 19-Justin Chaffin (69), 20-Darren Bowman (9B)

In the Modifieds, Brian Kreger led the field to the green, with Kent Lampe jumping out to the early lead with Butch Leiker, Jerry Teel, Tim Leiker and Mike Lunow rounding out the top five. Lap two saw Lampe take the second spot with Kreger taking the fifth position.  Jerry Teel and Tim Leiker took the second and third spots respectively on lap three. Tim Leiker passed Teel for the runner up spot on lap six with Mike Lunow and Mike Martin coming up to the fourth and fifth spots.

With the white flag out, Mike Lunow pressured Teel for the third position and as checkers flew it was Butch Leiker taking the win with Tim Leiker, Mike Lunow, Jerry Teel and Mike Martin rounding out the top five.

Heat race winners were Mike Lunow and Tim Leiker.

Kevin Sprott lead the Stock Car class to the green and jumped out to the early lead with Cody Zimmerman, Brandon Nau, Chris Schulte and Bart Baker rounding out the top five. Nau took over the runner up spot on lap four as he passed Cody Zimmerman for the position. Lap seven saw Nau take the lead as he and Schultz passes Nau for position. Nau got the second spot back on lap nine. Sprott and Schultz battled for the second spot for several laps until Schultz took the spot for good on lap thirteen.

As the checkers flew it was Brandon Nau picking up the victory with Chris Schultz, Kevin Sprott, Chris Oliver and Cody Zimmerman rounding out the top five.

Heat Race winners were Chris Schultz and Bart Baker.

A-Main: 1-Brandon Nau (22), 2-Chris Schultz (18R), 3-Kevin Sprott (9), 4-Chris Oliver (3), 5-Cody Zimmerman (2Z), 6-Keith Riley (55), 7-Dalton Bauer (80D), 8-Bart Baker (37), 9-Tex Zimmerman (7), 10-Ray Blackburn  (31), Eric Venard DNS

Herbert, Murray and Baker Take Wins at "Friday the 13th Shootout"

June 17th - The Jetmore Motorplex roared to life once again as the United Rebel Sprint Series, the BST Modified Seriess and the Stock Cars all took the track at the Rebein Bangerter P.A. "Friday the 13th Shootout." Seventy four race teams pulled through the gate to do battle and when the dust cleared Brian Herbert, David Murray and Bart Baker took wins.

The racing action was wild and crazy as the URSS Rebels hit the track for at the Rebein/Bangerter “Friday the 13th Shootout.” The action was fierce and some Drivers took tumbles but when the dust settled Dodge City’s Brian Herbert took his third URSS Feature Event win of the 208 Season.

Fowler Kansas’s Richie Dewell led the field to the green and quickly jumped out to the lead with Brian May, Taylor Velasquez, Mike Woodruff and Keefe Hemel rounding out the top five. Lap two saw the red flag fly for an incident involving Tanner Mullins, Nick King, and Kirby Hagans. Mullins and King were done for the evening, but Hagans continued with a less than perfect top wing. On the restart, Dewell once again assumed the point as the action started to heat up behind the leader. Velasquez pressured Dewell and took the lead on lap four only to see Dewell recapture the spot on lap five. Hemel started working his way to the front as he grabbed the fourth spot from Woodruff on lap four.

By lap six Hemel had made his way to the runner up spot and turned up the heat on Dewell. Hemel continued to dog Dewell and on lap eleven took to the high side in turn three and made his move. Hemel and Dewell made contact with Dewell taking a series of wild mid air tumbles before coming to a stop at the exit of turn four bringing out the red flag for the second time. Dewell escaped injury in the incident but the same couldn’t be said for his ride.

On the restart, Herbert jumped out to the lead with Velasquez and Ray Seemann hot on his heels. Seemann made his way around Velasquez to take the second spot on lap fifteen. Kinsley Kansas’s Darren Bowman joined the fray for the third position after methodically working his way through the field from his seventeenth starting position. Bowman pressured Velasquez lap after lap, soon Taylor Milton joined the battle as the three cars wove their way through lap traffic.

Herbert never looked back as he diced his way through traffic to pick up his third URSS win with Seemann, Velasquez, Bowman and Milton rounding out the top five.

The Weld Racing Wheels “Hard Charger Award” went to Kinsley Kansas’ Darren Bowman who made his way through the field from his seventeenth starting position to grab the fourth spot

Heat Race winners were Taylor Velasquez, Ray Seemann and Nick King.

A-Main: 1-Brian Herbert (97), Ray Seemann (72), 3-Taylor Velasquez (21), 4-Darren Bowman (9B), 5-Taylor Milton (91X), 6-Brian May (8), 7-Mike Woodruff (83X), 8-Randy Washburn (OT), 9-Lance Davis (9dj), 10-John Colbert (79C), 11-Kevin Smith (62K), 12-Justin Chaffin (8X), 13-Garret Hood (74), 14-Richie Dewell (112), 15-Keefe Hemel (11), 16-Kirby Hagans (4),17-Tanner Mullins (02), 18-Nick King (83), Steve Dalton DNS

The night Modified action started off with 42 drivers checked into the pits at the Jetmore Motorplex just south of Jetmore, Kansas. Six heat races were run with the top 2 from each moving on to the A Feature. After 3 B Features the field of 24 was set with Will Brack, Chris Bragg, and Murray putting on a show. Early in the feature Murray and Brack made contact sending Murray spinning but was able to continue before a yellow to keep his place. Murray got by Brack and set his sights on Bragg with determined fashion. He finally slid by Bragg to take home his 400th career win in IMCA competition. Brack got by Bragg for second, with Bragg third and Grant Junghans coming home fourth.

“Friday the 13th Shootout” Coming to the Jetmore Motorplex

June 8th -  The Jetmore Motorplex comes to life June 13th with the “Friday the 13th Shootout” sponsored by Rebein Bangerter P.A.  Three action packed classes highlight the evening’s card of racing, guaranteed to keep you on your feet. URSS Sprint Cars, the BST Modifieds, and the Stock cars return to the high-banks of the Motorplex.

The United Rebel Sprint Series takes to the track with all the action you’ve come to expect with all your local favorites like Brian Herbert, Nick King, Darren Bowman, Ray Seemann, along with up and coming young hot shoes Taylor Velasquez and Taylor Milton. Both have scored victories recently and are making their talents known in the Southern Region.

The BST Modified Series returns to the Motorplex for their final appearance of 2008 with Two-Time NASCAR Busch Series Champion Randy LaJoie making his racing debut at the Motorplex. LaJoie will be joined by area standouts like David Murray Jr., 4 time IMCA National Champion, Mike Lunow, David Rucker, Casey Jo Wanger, George Tyler, Mike Petersillie and a host of others. Don’t miss this chance to see the regions best vie for the win.

Joining the card will be the wild and crazy Stocks Cars and the newest Class in the area the always-entertaining Jr. Sprints. Come watch the future stars of dirt track racing as they tackle the little track at the Motorplex.

Racing action starts at 7:30 Pm so bring the entire family out for an evening’s entertainment. For more information contact Rick Salem at 785-475-7010, e-mail at or visit www.unitedrebelsprintseries.com .


Smokey Fairbank Takes The Win At URSS “Steve King Memorial Classic”


May 12th - The City of Jetmore came alive Saturday as the community came together to remember the legacy of Steve King with a Golf Tournament, Car Show, Hamburger Feed and a night of what Steve loved, Sprint Car racing. The URSS Sprint Cars went “old school” by taking the wings off and when the Checkered Flag fell, Ransom Kansas’ Smokey Fairbank took the win.


Ransom’s Ken Lutters lead the field to the green and jumped out to the lead as Smokey Fairbank, Keefe Hemel, Bill Hays and Kris Moore rounded out the top five after lap one.

Lutters held the lead as Hemel took over the second spot on lap two and started to work on Lutters. Hemel grabbed the top spot on lap six. Fairbank battled Lutters until lap nine when Fairbank grabbed the runner up position. Nick King made his way up to the fourth spot and lap ten he made the pass on Lutters to move to third bringing Brian Herbert with him to fourth. Caution waved on lap nine when fifth Taylor Milton made contact with Bill Hays as they fought for the fourth spot, Milton night ended with front-end damage.


Hemel held the lead until lap 12 when he rolled to a stop in turn three. On the restart, King challenged Fairbank for the top spot followed by Herbert, Darren Berry and Mike Woodruff. Woodruff had quietly made his way from his thirteenth starting position to break into the top five. Woodruff passed Berry for the fourth spot and set his sights on Herbert.  The pair was joined by Cody Salem who had worked his way back through the field to the fifth position after suffering a flat earlier in the race.


Woodruff made the pass on Herbert for the third spot on lap eighteen but no one could make up any ground on Fairbank as he took the checkers to claim his first URSS Feature of 2008. Nick King took the runner up spot followed by Woodruff, Herbert and Salem to round out the top five.


The Weld Racing Wheels “Hard Charger Award” went to Mike Woodruff who came from his thirteenth starting Position to finish third.


The “Keizer Aluminum Wheels B-Main” was won by Cody Salem.


Heat Race Winners were Taylor Milton, Jon Johnson and Kris Moore.


A-Main:  1-Smokey Fairbank (2), 2-Nick King (83), 3-Mike Woodruff (83X), 4-Brian Herbert (97), 5-Cody Salem (23), 6-Kris Miller (33), 7- Darren Berry (12), 8-Brian May (8), 9-Craig Jecha (17X), 10-Bill Hays (2H), 11-Josh Fairbank (51), 12-Josh Crombie (9j), 13-Randy Washburn (0T), 14-Jon Johnson (86), 15-Ken Lutters (79), 16-Keefe Hemel (11), 17-Taylor Milton (91X), 18-Kris Moore (49), 19-Randy Bantam (5R), 20-John Colbert (79C)


B-Main:  1-Cody Salem, 2-John Colbert, 3-Kris Miller, 4-Brian May, 5-Mike Woodruff, 6-Craig Jecha, 7-Randy Bantam, 8-Josh Crombie, 9-Randy Washburn, 10-Josh Fairbank, 11-Willie Wynn, 12-Taylor Velasquez, Corey Lutters DNS


C. J. Johnson Claims Win At “Steve King Memorial Sprint Classic”


May 12th - Fans as well as racers braved the blustery conditions at the Jetmore Motorplex Saturday night as the NCRA 360 Sprint Cars came to town. Thirty Cars checked in as the Regions finest prepared to do battle on the High Banks. When the checkers fell, Quinter Kansas’ C.J. Johnson had dominated the field to pick up the win.


Johnson led the field to the green flag and never looked back as he grabbed the lead to pace all 25 laps of the A-Main. Derek Drown, Mike Chadd, Mike Peters and Don Droud Jr rounded out the top five. Back in the field, Andy Shouse, David Wheeler and Marc Robe battled for 6th through 8th spots. With five to go Gavin Punch joined the fray and took the 7th position from Wheeler.


As the checkers flew it was Johnson picking up the win with Peters, Chadd, Droud and Drown rounding out the top five.


HEAT 1 - 1, Derek Drown. 2, David Wheeler. 3, Andy Shouse. 4, Gavin Punch. 5, Koby Barksdale. 6, Jon Freeman. 7, Ryan Kitchen. 8, Luke Cranston.

HEAT 2 - 1, C.J. Johnson. 2, Mike Chadd. 3, J.D. Johnson. 4, A.J. Selenke. 5, Mark Schmidt. 6, Roger Sundquist. 7, Ricky Montgomery. 8, Mark Walinder.

HEAT 3 - 1, Mike Peters. 2, Stu Snyder. 3, Marc Robe. 4, Josh Riggins. 5, Scott Cochran. 6, Mike Woodruff. 7, Corey Moore.

HEAT 4 - 1, Brian Herbert. 2, Don Droud, Jr.. 3, Cody Forshee. 4, Ray Seemann. 5, Mike Boston. 6, Steve Richardson. 7, Dennis Park.

B FEATURE - 1, Josh Riggins. 2, Gavin Punch. 3, Mike Boston. 4, Koby Barksdale. 5, Ray Seemann. 6, Dennis Park. 7, Ryan Kitchen. 8, Jon Freeman. 9, A.J. Selenke. 10, Ricky Montgomery. 11, Mark Schmidt. 12, Luke Cranston. 13, Steve Richardson. 14, Scott Cochran. 15, Roger Sundquist.

A FEATURE - 1, C.J. Johnson. 2, Mike Peters. 3, Mike Chadd. 4, Don Droud, Jr.. 5, Derek Drown. 6, Andy Shouse. 7, Gavin Punch. 8, David Wheeler. 9, J.D. Johnson. 10, Stu Snyder. 11, Koby Barksdale. 12, Mike Boston. 13, Brian Herbert. 14, Cody Forshee. 15, Marc Robe. 16, Jon Freeman. 17, Ryan Kitchen. 18, Dennis Park. 19, Ray Seemann. 20, Josh Riggins.


Mike Woodruff Claims Victory In 2008 URSS Season Opener

April 28th - Despite cold temperatures, the fans that came out and braved the elements were treated to a classic old-fashioned shootout at the Jetmore Motorplex Saturday night as Mike Woodruff claimed the victory in the "Spring Fling" Sponsored by D&S Machine.  Twenty three teams pulled through the pit gate to start the Season long battle to determine both the Regional and National Titles, and if tonight’s race is any indication of how the 2008 URSS Season will be, you won’t want to miss a single race.

Lacrosse, Kansas’s Kirby Hagans and Jetmore’s Ray Seemann led the field do the green flag, but it was to be short lived as the caution flew for an incident in turn two which sent Keefe Hemel back to the pits on the hook. On the restart Seemann jumped to the lead, flowed closely by Hagans, Nick King, Kris Miller and Tyler Knight rounding out the top five. Tenth place starter, Brian Herbert started his charge to the front taking the fifth position from Knight on lap five.  King, Miller and Herbert battled for the runner up spot for several laps with Herbert taking the spot for good on lap nine.

Turpin Oklahoma’s Taylor Velasquez methodically moved his way through the field to grab the fourth spot away from Miller and set his sights on King only to suffer a spin in turn two. Seemann and Herbert would put on a show for the fans as they sliced and diced their way through traffic lap after lap as they battled for the lead. Lap thirteen, Herbert had something break on his car, which caused him to brush the front-stretch wall coming off of turn four and ended his night as he pulled off the track. Lap fourteen saw twelfth place starter, Satanta’s Mike Woodruff break into the top five and battle Kris Miller for the fourth spot.

Lap seventeen saw the battle for the fifth position heat up as Brooke Boyd worked her way up to battle Tyler Knight for the spot. Boyd took the spot and joined the fight for the third spot with Miller.  Seemann’s car worked well on the top side and Woodruff’s hugged the bottom as they wove their way through traffic followed closely by Miller, Boyd and Knight. Lap twenty-three saw Boyd take the third position away from Miller and Velasquez who had worked his back through the field take the fifth spot away from Knight. 

 As the white flag flew, Seemann held his line on the cushion into turn one as Woodruff dove to the bottom and took the position coming off of turn two to take the victory, followed by Seemann, Boyd, Miller and Velasquez rounding out the top five. The victory was a vindication for Woodruff and his team, as the evening didn’t go quite as planned. Mike got upside down in his heat before reaching the flag stand, the damage was minimal and the team had the car repaired. Woodruff started last in the B-Main to race to a Second place finish.

The “Weld Racing Wheels Hard Charger Award” went to Mike Woodruff who came from his twelfth place starting position to pick up the win.

The “Keizer Aluminum Wheels B-Main” winner was Dodge City’s Kris Moore.

Heat Race winners were Brian Herbert, Brooke Boyd and Taylor Velasquez.



1) Mike Woodruff – 83X - 2) Ray Seemann – 72 - 3) Brooke Boyd – B2 - 4) Kris Miller – 33 - 5) Taylor Velasquez – 21 - 6) Tyler Knight – 11K - 7) Justin Chaffin – 69 - 8) Kris Moore – 49 - 9) Brian May – 8 - 10) Randy Bantam – 5R - 11) Nick King – 83 - 12) Brandon Fisher – 14 - 13) Craig Jecha – 17X - 14) John Colbert – 79C - 15) Brian Herbert – 97 - 16) Lance Davis – 9DJ - 17) Kirby Hagans – 1B - 18) Keefe Hemel – 11 - 19) Willie Wynn – 36W (DNS) - 20) Smokey Fairbank – 2 (DNS)


1) Kris Moore, 2) Mike Woodruff, 3) John Colbert, 4) Justin Chaffin, 5) Randy Bantam, 6) Brian May, 7) Craig Jecha, 8) Smokey Fairbank, 9) Willie Wynn, 10) Lance Davis, 11) Ken Lutters (DNS), Steve Dalton (DNS), Cody Salem (DNS)

Rucker and Baker Score Wins at the Jetmore Motorplex

April 28th - The action was fast and furious at the “Spring Fling sponsored by D&S Machine” at the Jetmore Motorplex as Matt Rucker took the win in the BST Modifieds and Bart took the checkers in the Stock Car Feature.

 The BST Modified Series rolled into the Motorplex 36 strong and the racing action did not disappoint the fans that braved the elements.  Matt Brack and Shannon Maughlin led the field to the green with Brack taking he top spot followed by Maughlin, Matt Rucker, Clay Bontrager and Rob Day to round out the top five. Rucker took the top spot on lap five and would never relinquish it. The race for positions two through five was the show of the evening, as Leiker, M. Brack, W. Brack and Bontrager changed positions lap after lap for the remainder of the race.

When the checkers flew, it was Rucker taking the win with Tim Leiker, Will Brack, Matt Brack and Nate Moore rounding at the top five.

 B-main winners were Dale Wanger and Mike Petersillie.

Heat races winners were Tim Leiker, George Tyler, Clay Bontrager and Matt Rucker.

The Stock Car division had fourteen teams pull through the gate to do battle on the 3/8’s mile oval. Mel Law and Bart Baker brought the field to the green with Law jumping out to the lead with Baker in tow followed by Billy Phelps, Chris Schultz and Arnold Williams rounding out the top five. Baker took the lead on lap two with Williams on his tail, the two battled back and forth but Baker would never give u the lead. Back in the pack Toby Witthuhn, Tony Corpening and Chris Schultz all battled for third through fifth as they wove through traffic.

When the checkers flew, it was Baker taking the win with Williams, Witthuhn, Corpening and Schultz rounding out the top five.

Heat Race winners were Kevin Sprott and Tony Corpening


Modifieds: A-Main

1- Rucker, 2-Leiker, 3-W. Brack, 4-M. Brack, 5- Moore, 6-Gearhart, 7-Petersillie, 8-S. Brown, 9-Maughlin, 10-Tyler, 11-Schoenberger, 12-Zorn, 13-Bontrager, 14-C. Wanger, 15-Lampe, 16-C. Brown, 17-Kirchoff, 18-Hembree, 19-Day, 20-Frabizius, 21-Berger, 22-Teel, 23-D. Wanger, 24-Martin

Stocks A-Main

1-Baker, 2-A. Williams, 3-Witthuhn, 4-Corpening, 5-Schultz, 6-Law, 7-M. Williams, 8-Wadel, 9-Bauer, 10-Mathes, 11-Sauser, 12-Phelps, 13-Nessmore, 14-Sprott

Jetmore Motorplex Opens For The 2008 Season

April 21st - The high banks of the Jetmore Motorplex will roar to life Saturday April 25th as the United Rebel Sprint Series hits the track to open its Third Season. The Series has grown from its humble beginnings with 15 cars in its first year, to 65 cars last season. With the beginning of the 2008 Season, the URSS boasts 100 cars and counting will be racing in the four newly formed Regions, all-vying for Regional Championships and a shot at the National Crown.  2007 URSS Champion Smokey Fairbank will return to defend his title with a stiff group of veteran drivers along with a boisterous crop of first year drivers; the URSS Series is poised to be a slugfest.

Joining the URSS Sprint Cars in the season opener will be the BST Modified Touring Series. The BST Series is sanctioned by IMCA and will bring a host of area drivers as well as driver from Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska and Kansas to the Motorplex. The first two BST races have produced two and three wide racing and close finishes and is sure to bring the crowd to their feet. This will be the first of two appearances for the BST Modifieds at the Motorplex in 2008. The BST Two-Seater Modified will be on hand for some lucky fans and BST Registered Drivers to give rides in an actual 500 Horsepower race car.

Filling the evenings Racing Card will be the Stock Cars. Always a crowd pleaser the best of the area drivers will join the chase for the checkers.

Friday night there will be an open test and tune night beginning at 7:00 pm for all classes.

For more information contact Rick Salem at 785-475-7010 or at . You can also visit the URSS website at www.unitedrebelsprintseries.com  or the BST website at www.bstracing.com


Catch Video Highlights at the Longhorn Saloon
April 7th, 2008 -  The United Rebel Sprint Series has put a deal together with the 
Longhorn Saloon in Dodge City and Wayne Morgan with Creative Digital to show 
video's on Tuesday nights of the previous weekends racing action. 
The Longhorn Saloon (Located at the Dodge House) is also a sponsor of Steve 
Dalton's sprint car and is excited about becoming a part of the local racing scene
and wants to invite all racers, crews, and fans to come out on Tuesday nights to 
enjoy a recap of the weekends racing action at both the Jetmore Motorplex and 
Dodge City Raceway Park. 
You can visit the Creative Digital Website by pointing your web browser to......
for pictures from the 2007 DCRP Racing Season and to find out the services
available from Wayne at Creative Digital or send Wayne an e-mail at .....


City of Jetmore’s Steve King Memorial Sprint Classic Set For Motorplex


March 7, 2008 - The High banks of the Jetmore Motorplex will thunder to life with the familiar sounds of Sprint Cars and Modifieds as the 2008 Season opens on April 26th with the United Rebel Sprints and the Blood Sweat and Tears (BST) Modifieds on tap for the first race of the season in SW Kansas. Then on May 10th one of the States Biggest Sprint Car shows of the year will also be held at the Motorplex with the “City of Jetmore’s Steve King Memorial Sprint Car Classic”. The NCRA 360 Sprint Cars will once again grace the clay along with the URSS “Wingless” Sprints for a night of Midwestern Thunder on the Plains.


The City of Jetmore is sponsoring a full day’s festivities and the evening racing activities that will benefit the Steve King Foundation. The Foundation was started in Steve’s memory to provide assistance to race car drivers, pit crew members, racing officials and track operations personnel who are involved in dirt track racing and are seriously ill, severely injured or killed. 


The entire day will be a celebration in the City of Jetmore with an afternoon full of activities planned in the City Square. Numerous fund raising events and activities will be held, including a golf tournament between the 360 and 305 racers along with a Hamburger Feed and many of the areas best Sprint Car Drivers will have their cars on display, giving the Fans a chance to meet them one on one to get a picture or an autograph.  There is also a concert planned at the Motorplex before and after the races to complete a great fundraising event. Another highlight of the evening will be a very special Raffle and the winner will get to drive an actual ICM/King Racing 360 Sprint Car that night after the races are over. A $20.00 ticket will give a lucky fan the “Thrill of a Lifetime” as they pilot the race car around the track.


The contributions that Steve and the King family have made to the community over the years have been tremendous. The proceeds from a 50/50 Drawing at the evenings event will also benefit the King/Hodgeman County Community Fund which provides assistance to area students as Steve was a strong believer in the importance of education in life, whether in racing or life on the farm.


Also sponsoring the event will be Coors Light, ICM, Harry’s Machine Works, M.A.P. Inc, Lucas Glass, Myers Engine Service, Victory Electric, Stewart Plumbing & Heat, Dodge City Harley-Davidson, Dodge City Powersports, Bonzai Products, United Wireless, K & M Rentals, Hanston State Bank, Murphy Tractor & Equipment and The City of Jetmore for their support.


For more information, contact Rick Salem at 785-475-7010, or



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