The TEN-J Chassis manufacture has not even had cars on the track for a full year yet and they have already accomplished some of the most significant and prestigious acclaims in the sport.
Bryson Bettencourt is sitting in position to become the first Stock class champion at both tracks in over half a decade.
Jett Barnes is headed to Lemoore Raceway for two nights of action in the Hanford Jewelry and Loan Jr. Sprint Class at the Second Annual Jet Bowl Classic.
The battle in Tulsa between two local standouts really highlighted the talent level we have out here and once again showed that the phrase on our sign rings true. We host “the fastest micro sprint racers in the nation.” On any occasion we could be in for a rematch of the battle of the year.
Picking a favorite to win the Super 600 main event on a nightly basis will be no easy feat. In this article we highlight the field of fast drivers who showed that they would be in contention for the title based on their 2018 performance.
The Super 600 class looks to be transcending with the addition of two young prodigy’s sure to to make headway early in the going. Corey Day and Caeden Steele are both scheduled to make the jump up.
In this article we highlight the comers and goers. These drivers all have decorated history in Micro Sprint racing but have moved on to other forms of racing full time.
ORIGINS to TODAY – RACING IN LEMOORE: Although the track may not be the Jet Bowl, the aura remains the same. Today the Lemoore Racing tradition remains intact and stronger than ever.
Sprint Car Insider: VISALIA, Calif. (March 26, 2019) – > Bryson Bettencourt had a standout weekend in the Super Stock 600 class at Keller Auto Raceway during the Budweiser Outlaw … Continue Reading BETTENCOURT SHINES BRIGHT IN STOCK CLASS OPENER