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Old 07-23-2019, 03:33 AM
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50th Anniversary Celebration.

The details have been worked out, at the next race, the 4th leg of the 50th running of the Midwest Nitro race, bring your appetites. Flying Swine BBQ and PitMaster Dave Meyer will be catering in a FULL Fixins Pulled Pork Meal for the entire group free to the racers and familes. We've ensured there will be plenty for racers and non-racer pit/support staff as well.

Thanks to Al Carrier for helping line this up and to locals Rocky Harris, Tom Heywood, Steve Elam and S & A Designs for there support to help make this possible.

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50th Anniversary Celebration.

The details have been worked out, at the next race, the 4th leg of the 50th running of the Midwest Nitro race, bring your appetites. Flying Swine BBQ and PitMaster Dave Meyer will be catering in a FULL Fixins Pulled Pork Meal for the entire group free to the racers and familes. We've ensured there will be plenty for racers and non-racer pit/support staff as well.

Thanks to Al Carrier for helping line this up and to locals Rocky Harris, Tom Heywood, Steve Elam and S & A Designs for there support to help make this possible.
This is wonderful. Won't have to risk Brian Berry's life by going to Wendy's again.
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2 more days till Qualifying starts on the 4th leg of the 50th year of the Midwest Series. Don't forget we're doing a FULL catered lunch for EVERYONE Saturday betweeen rounds 1 and 2, bring you A game and bring your appetites.

In honor of 50 years and throwback Thursday, here's an interesting tidbit, see how many names you recognize
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2 more days till Qualifying starts on the 4th leg of the 50th year of the Midwest Series. Don't forget we're doing a FULL catered lunch for EVERYONE Saturday betweeen rounds 1 and 2, bring you A game and bring your appetites.

In honor of 50 years and throwback Thursday, here's an interesting tidbit, see how many names you recognize
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Points Standings after Race 4 (Best 3 out of 4)

1/8 Open
1. Mergy 294
2. Berry 280
2. Hammer 280
4. McBride 266
5. Conley 232
6. Brackett 231
7. Lee 214
8. Schmitt 202
9. Palansky 152


1/8 Masters
1. D. Smith 289
2. Louis 276
3. McLean 259
4. Potempa 252
5. Mallett 242
6. Unger 236
7. Denzine 234
8. Becker 222
9. Young 212
10. Schweitzer 197


1/10 Sedan
1. Burch 300
2. Doseck 284
3. Ward 283
4. Conley 276
5. Hammer 272
6. Dunn 270
7. Johnson 255

Sedan Masters
1. Esposito 295
2. Hart 287
3. Sudantas 281
4. Berry 275
5. Altieri 273
6. Neiswinger 271
7. Parker 257
8. Ennulat 244


Pan Car
1. Schmitt 279
2. Young 254
3. Burling 247
4. Tuttle 157
5. Willey 187

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