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The Saskatoon Stock Car Racing Association's newsletter highligting the events held at Auto Clearing Motor Speedway.
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Track Talk 2014

May 24, 2014 - Track Talk 1

May 31, 2014 - Track Talk 2

June 7, 2014 - Track Talk 3

June 14, 2014 - Track Talk 4 - Race Cancelled

June 21, 2014 - Track Talk 5 - Race Cancelled

July 5, 2014 - Track Talk 6

July 15, 2014 - Track Talk 7

July 19, 2014 - Track Talk 8

July 26, 2014 - Track Talk 9

August 1, 2014 - Track Talk 10

August 9, 2014 - Track Talk 11

August 16, 2014 - Track Talk 12

August 22, 2014 - Track Talk 13

August 30, 2014 - Track Talk 14

September 6, 2014 - Track Talk 15

September 13, 2014 - Track Talk 16

September 20, 2014 - Track Talk 17

September 27 & 28, 2014 - Track Talk 18

 

Track Talk 2013

May 11, 2013 - Track Talk 1

May 25, 2013 - Track Talk 2

June 1, 2013 - Track Talk 3

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Round Twelve Racing - CRUISE WEEKEND FUN

Celebrating “Cruise Weekend” in Saskatoon, Auto Clearing Motor Speedway has the Part Source Mini Stocks, the Cooper Tires Thunder Stocks, the Budget Car and Truck Rental Street Stocks and the WSSL Auto Parts Super Late Models all on the track tonight.  

The biggest point standings battle for those racing tonight should be within the Super Late Model division. Keep your eyes on SEIDEL and GAUNT – they are battling for the lead. SEIDEL held the top spot up until last weekend when some bad luck took him out of the feature early. GAUNT was able to capitalize on SEIDEL’s misfortune and with his good night (a third place finish in the feature) GAUNT took over the top spot and is now leading - but only by 3 points. 

Saturday October 22nd – the 2011 Saskatoon Stock Car Racing Association Awards Banquet will be held at Prairieland Park. Drivers, teams, sponsors and race fans are all welcome! Tickets will be available on-line soon...so mark your calendars now and plan to attend!
 


Driver Profile - Matt Hrycuik  #02 Thunder Stock

Q. This is your first year racing correct? How do you feel it has gone so far?  A. This is my first year racing and has been one of steep learning curves, i enjoy racing and every race I seem to get a little faster.

Q. Any surprises such as level of competition, etc?  A. The competition level is a lot higher then I thought when I chose to start building a thunder car. When myself and Logan Derksen set our minds to thunder stock we thought: k bone stock rebuild on the block follow the rules to a "T" get out there bump a little race hard have a blast... and to our surprise a 2000 dollar thunder car doesn't exist above 8th place.

Q. Where do you work on your car and who helps you?  A. With countless late nights at Torque Automotive Logan the team and I, have pushed through many long weeks of rebuilding both 02 and the Exon Val Diez from destruction with zero capital to almost brand new. With a full team of military veterans  it can get a little dramatic from time to time, all hard headed, opinionated, some of of us might have anger issues, and we might not always do things the easy way... but we are one big happy family until about 04:30 in the morning still working on one of the cars.  

Q. Who are your sponsors and do they get involved with the racing?  A. Torque Automotive has been a great help just being able to use the shop until ridiculous hours running their energy bill up, and of course Elance Steel always taking a large part in my car and supporting the track as a whole.

Q. What advice would you give to anybody who wants to start racing and put a car in the Thunder Stock division? A. Food for thought for perspective racers, if you want to get into racing offer to help one of the existing racers and take the time to learn!! 

TH


Points Standings (As of August 20th, 2011)

 

Mini Stocks

Thunder Stocks

Pro Trucks

1. #95 Clay Wagner - 430 1. #81 Barry Stefaniuk - 631 1. #38 Rick Kucher - 491
2. #10 Kevin Dyck - 427 2. #18 Mike Rea - 582 2. #67 Ken Ross - 490
3. #77 Frank Vangool - 422 3. #49 Mickey Pogoda - 540 3. #27 Scott Lucas - 443
4. #7 Darnell Schick - 401 4. #66 Brent Dupuis - 534 4. #50 Ben Pogoda - 394
5. #70 Tristan Ransom - 400 5. #12 Ryan Lange - 482 5. #14 Wade Wohlford - 390
6. #13 Dennis Beck - 388 6. #7 Floyd Ransom - 466 6. #18 Bill Zubrecki - 347
7. #62 Kenny Heintz - 369 7. #71 Dallas Andrew - 363 7. #49 Shantel Firth - 329
8. #1 Scott Barrand - 366 8. #79 Ryan Andrew - 359 8. #19 Rylan Utigard - 320
9. #41 Jamie Tataryn - 313 9. #42 Kelsey/Nicole Sheetka - 355 9. #8 Andrew Clewes - 304
10. #2 David Krushelniski - 306 10. #76 Logan Derksen - 346 10. #93 Neil Schneider - 288
11. #92 Brennan Kirkton - 262 11. #02 Matt Hrycuik - 311 11. #89 Jim Goodlad - 224
12. #00 Curtis Regush - 260 12. #83 Karmen Parks - 148 12. #5 Debra Newnham - 211
13. #42 Landry Boisvert - 244 13. #1 Sheldon Bradlow - 84 13. #3 Tony Mikulcik - 198
14. #14 Zachery Jalbert - 240 14. #22 Ryan Fredrickson - 76 14. #01 Alex Leschenko - 39
--. #15 Dawson Reddekopp - 240 15. #28 Norm Reiter - 6  
16. #50 Josh Robb - 152 16. #47 Calvin Heilman - 4  
17. #5 Kirk Senger - 151 17. #34 Tony Mikulcik - 3  
--. #18 Kenton Sanderson - 151 --. #3 Curtis Houben - 3  
19. #22 Shawn Magee - 145 --. #22X Bill/Doug Rea - 3  
20. #20 Audra Cooper - 144 --. #4 Chris Clements - 3  
21. #3 Haley Lovenuk - 109 --. #128 Kale Seimens - 3  
22. #4 Todd Jalbert - 6    
--. #3X Chris Wilson - 6    
24. #8 Scott Hartshorn - 3    
--. #26 Craig Heintz - 3    

 

Street Stocks

Super Late Models

Western Sportsman
1. #88 Brad Wrennick - 596 1. #55 Jim Gaunt - 180 1. #53 Scott Kessler - 140
2. #34 Mike Schroeder - 559 2. #70 Trent Seidel - 177 2. #49 Ben Busch - 134
3. #87 Tristan Saunders - 538 3. #69 PJ Kondra - 157 3. #04 Tim Kammer - 116
4. #33 Ryan Thompson - 485 4. #14 Glen Hertzke - 140 4. #51 Nicholas Jewel - 110
5. #28 Brennen Forseille - 484 5. #38 Dave Bone - 128 5. #26 John Rees - 68
6. #36 Darryl Potts - 475 6. #5 Jeff Reimer - 124 6. #41 Travis Deforest - 44
7. #44 Craig Katelnikoff - 441 7. #77 Jim Barnsley - 118 7. #21 Nick Allen - 43
8. #3 Ron Eby - 422 -. #44 Trevor Hannay - 118  
9. #43 Kevin MacLaggin - 352 8. #56 Howard Crossman - 102  
10. #53 Robert Burkitt - 227 9. #88 Jason Gervais - 97  
11. #17 Jordan Dalsgaard - 225 10. #22 Doug Bienia - 89  
12. #99 Cory Kallis - 6 11. #20 Ken Campbell - 43  

Next Racing Event

Saturday, September 3rd - Green Flag at 6PM

BRYCE MANN MEMORIAL RACE

Divisions competing:  WSSL Auto Parts Super Late Models, SKL Trailers Pro Trucks, Western Sportsman and the visiting Baby Grands

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