Prodigy Race Promotions on Sprint Car Insider- Driver Exclusive. VISALIA, Calif. (October 21, 2019) – > Cash Lovenburg did everything he could to win the 2019 Lemoore Raceway Track Championship.
He even left every ounce of effort he had out on the racetrack in the final points race of the season earning his ninth victory of the year and a perfect night. In the end it narrowly wasn’t enough. Although race 13 at Lemoore was worth double points, the race 11 heartbreaking mechanical failure put the 21 too far out of contention.
Lovenburg entered Lemoore’s Points Finale just 30 points out of the lead with double points on the line. His opportunity represented the chance for Cash to earn his third major title of the season and sweep the central California track championships.
He brought the momentum in with him having won the previous race at Lemoore and being crowned the Plaza Park champion. He had the knowledge of dealing specifically with the pressure of holding onto a lead as opposed to having nothing to lose. All season long Lovenburg chipped and chipped away at the points lead.
Lovenburg’s season at Lemoore consisted of finishing inside the top five in 11 of the first 12 races. His mechanical failure lead him to 9th at round 11. The season overall was stellar, aside from the mechanical failure, his season worse finish was fourth. In 11 of the 13 races he wound up finishing either first or second.
Everything looked to tip the beams in his favor as the finale approached. He went out and once again put up the quickest time of the evening. He backed it up with a fourth to first drive in the heat and went into the main knowing that all he could do was win. From that point the cards would just fall how they were going to.
Starting from the point Cash Lovenburg showed the way for the entire duration of the 20 lap feature. He did all he could, he gave the perfect performance on the night that it was all on the line. Once again he proved that pressure is no match for his fortitude, he couldn’t be rattled. But it just wasn’t enough. In the end with throwaways included, Cash came home second in the standings, just 10 points out of first.
It was a breakout season though. As tough as it is to put in writing and look at again and again for Lovenburg racing, the fact is that if Cash would have finished where he was running the night he had a mechanical issue, he would have won the title. The team chalks it up to just being part of racing however.
It was a great season for them. With nine wins total and four of them at Lemoore Raceway, Cash was a force to be reckoned with each and every week.
For Ty Lovenburg, he came into the finale in hopes of grabbing another coveted top five finish, and cementing a top five in the standings. Unfortunately Ty ended up just shy of the top five overall. By just six points Ty missed the top five. He comes home as the sixth place finisher in the 2019 Jr Sprint points standings.
He had eight top five finishes coming into the night and he hoped to seize number nine. However it just wasn’t in his cards this year. He qualified sixth and found trouble in the heat leading to a DNF. He still went out and gave a valiant charge to climb three spots to finish sixth in the main, ironically putting him sixth in the standings. However it wasn’t lack of effort on Ty’s part, he’s shown the will and desire to move forward time and time again this season. His 2020 campaign is already touted to be a fierce one.
It’s not completely over yet however. Both boys have the chance to compete for a few more wins and some bragging rights over the competition. Turkey Bowl XIX kicks off this weekend at Delta Speedway next Stockton. That’ll be followed up by the California Cup at Lemoore Raceway and Turkey Night at Plaza before the team makes their inaugural pilgrims to the crown – jewel of them all, – the Tulsa Shootout.
A shootout victory has the potential to alleviate any loss during the season. The Lovenburg boys will be there to bring home the driller in 2020.
Don’t miss a second of the action by following all the results and updates on Cash and Ty Lovenburg on Prodigy Race Promotions on Instagram and Facebook and with the official Driver Exclusive recaps right here on Sprint Car Insider. #PRParmy
#21 Jr Sprint
October 11, 2019
Heat Race: 1st
Main Event: 1st
#01t Jr Sprint
October 11, 2019
Heat Race: DNF
Main Event: 6th
Cash and Ty Lovenburg and all of Lovenburg Racing would like to cordially thank all of their sponsors for their continued support, and belief in the program.
Special Thanks to: Grammie and Papa, Deans Appliance, UA Local 246, Big Boyz Garage Tires & Service, Chapala Grill, Sean Dean and Mackey & Mackey Insurance, Tulare Ag Products, Irrigation Matters, Source to Source, Mid-Cal Transmission, CED Visalia, United Association, Perine & Dicken, the Hale Family, California Industrial Rubber Fresno, Miller’s Automotive Speed & Marine, and Artic Silver. Also a thank for your support to Uncle Bryan, the Garcia, and the Parreira families.
#21 Cash Lovenburg
Top 5: 31
Top 10: 33
#01t Ty Lovenburg
Top 5: 8
Top 10: 27
Up next for Lovenburg Racing:
Turkey Bowl XIX
October 25-26, 2019
Be sure to follow Lovenburg Racing on Social:
Last weekends race from Lemoore: https://youtu.be/-YtCY7b9qfI
Make sure to follow Prodigy Race Promotions @PRParmy on Instagram for all the continuous #Raceday coverage and #Results as they unfold.
Keep up with Sprint Car Insider on Facebook for the complete, detailed, race recaps of the #PRParmy.
@SCI_updates on twitter
Visit our website – sprintcarInsider.co for or all of the updates on Cash Lovenburg as he continues his assault on the 2019 campaign.
Prodigy Race Promotions:
Sprint Car Insider
JJ Cox -
Lead Contributor of Sprint Car Insider.
Sole Proprietor of Prodigy Race Promotions.
Current Freelance Announcer with educated broadcast experience.
Media Relations Advisor.
Fresno State Bulldog - Broadcasting and Public Relations.
Grew up going to 50+ Sprint Car races a year and Raced Motocross for 10 years.
Die Hard Dirt Race Fan
Just a rolling stone.