2023 Super Nationals

Prestige, big paydays for champions at Super Nationals

BOONE, Iowa (June 2, 2023) – Prestige and big paydays are on the line again at the 41st annual IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s. Seven champions will be crowned over the course of the Sept. 2-3 Prelude and Sept. 4-9 Super Nationals at Boone Speedway. Those drivers will not only etch their name in the history book of the most prestigious event in dirt track racing, they can take those titles to the bank. The Modified champion earns $10,000 with $7,500 paid to win in the Stock Car main event, $5,000 to win the Northern SportMod main and $3,000 to win the Hobby Stock main, all on the final night Saturday, Sept. 9. STARS Mod Lites race for a top check of $2,000 in their Sunday, Sept. 3 final. The Labor Day program sees Late Models running for $3,000 to win and Tuesday, Sept. 5’s Sport Compact main pays $1,000. “Winning a Super Nationals championship is a career pinnacle accomplishment for any driver,” said IMCA President Brett Root. “Super Nationals is our biggest [Read More]

2023 Super Nationals

22 more IMCA Modified drivers join Fast Shafts All-Star eligible list

VINTON, Iowa (May 31, 2023) – Another 22 Friesen Performance IMCA Modified drivers have become eligible for Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational qualifying, winning $1,000 or more features in the past month. Chris Morris topped the Royal Rumble at I-37 Speedway and Chad May paced Silver Bullet’s 70th anniversary season lidlifter. Central California Clash victors included Timothy Allerdings and Rob Sanders. Anthony Roth bested Boone County’s Return of the Modifieds show while Steven Pfeifer and Kody Scholpp claimed W’s at Estevan Motor Speedway’s Border Challenge. Red Race honors at 141 Speedway went to Mike Mullen. Mitchell Clement and Brenda Kirby both won All Star Shootout features. Salute to Veterans winners at Sweetwater Speedway were Tanner Black and Ricky Alvarado. Jesse Williamson sailed to the Modified Clash checkers at Grays Harbor Raceway. Rodney Morgan was an NY-Penn Series winner while Todd Shute won at Stuart’s Whole Hog 50 and Chris Mills banked Tuesday’s win at Park Jefferson Speedway. And winners of weekly events paying $1,000 or more included Mitchell Hunt, Austin Kiefer, Jeff Larson, Casey Smith, Collin Thirlby [Read More]

2023 Super Nationals

10 more IMCA Stock Car drivers become B & B All-Star eligible 

VINTON, Iowa (May 31, 2023) – Ten more IMCA Sunoco Stock Car drivers have stamped B & B Racing Chassis All-Star Invitational qualifying eligible on their pre-Super Nationals resume. Two of them – former race winner Kelly Shryock and Jared Siefert – earned guaranteed starting spots with $5,000 checkers at Clay County Classic and Jackson’s Stock Car Challenge, respectively. Dallon Murty, already locked into the 30-car field, counted the $5,000 win at Stuart Speedway’s Whole Hog 50 among his three qualifying wins in May. Peyton Taylor prevailed at Batesville Motor Speedway’s JD Garrison Memorial and Damon Murty paced Clay County’s Spring Shootout. Jason Batt was an All Star Shootout victor. Cole Mather ruled the Monday Night Madness show at Independence and everybody chased Chase Parker at 141 Speedway’s Nathan Bouche Memorial. And winners of weekly features all paying $750 were Ed Henderson, Lee Kinsella and Justen Yeager. Drivers winning All-Star qualifiers already eligible were Jerry Flippo, Troy Foulger, Adam Goff, Troy Jerovetz, John Oliver Jr., Cody Smith, Shelby Williams and Elijah Zevenbergen. B & B [Read More]

2023 Prelude to the Super Nationals

Oskvig’s goal is to do Super Nationals race director job so well no one notices

BOONE, Iowa (April 11, 2023) – The goal Grant Oskvig has for his new job is to do it so well nobody notices him. The veteran track official and former flagman is the new race director for the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s.  He’ll be in charge of organizing cars on the track, making calls, dispatching tow trucks and ultimately everything that happens on the Boone Speedway oval during the entire week of dirt track racing’s biggest event. “The number one thing is consistency. Drivers need to know what to expect from me when they’re on the track,” said Oskvig, who moves one office to the right in the grandstand tower after running transponder scoring at Super Nationals the last three years. “To be consistent without my name being brought up would be amazing.” “One of the things I like best about Super Nationals is that it brings so many drivers from across the country and Canada to race at Boone. It makes them all better and faster,” he added. “It’s also [Read More]