Day has quite a night at IMCA All Star Shootout finale

WACO, Texas (May 28, 2023) – The final night of the All Star Shootout fueled by IMCA.TV saw Matthew Day race to a feature victory, a $500 bonus and the tour title. The Farmersville hotshoe hustled to the $1,000 Friesen Performance IMCA Modified feature win Sunday at Heart O’ Texas Speedway. The bonus accompanied his second checkers of the tour, which also provided the tiebreaker as Day and one-time All Star winner William Gould tied atop the Modified point standings. Gould had brought a five point advantage over Day coming into the finale, started inside him on the front row and led the first 15 laps before getting caught up with a lapped car. Day motored by, stayed in charge after a lap 17 restart and led the rest of the way. Gould rallied after contact with another car turned him all the way around and raced back to sixth, behind Day, Kaleb Emerson, Tate Butler, Jake Upchurch and Chris Morris. “We were able to figure some stuff out and get some ground made up [Read More]


Kirby is convincing in IMCA All Star win at Kennedale

KENNEDALE, Texas (May 27, 2023) – Brenda Kirby wasn’t sure who was starting where behind her, but she made sure everyone finished behind her in Saturday night’s All Star Shootout Friesen Performance IMCA Modified main event. The Arizona visitor started on the pole for the headline feature at Kennedale Speedway Park and chased Californian Troy Morris III the first 10 times around the track before taking the front spot for good. She’d hold off Jake Upchurch and Chad Melton after a restart with seven laps left, earning $1,000 and Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational qualifying eligibility for her first win of the season. “We weren’t even sure we were going to make the main,” the speedster from New River said, after getting into the wall while running second to Morris in their heat race. “We worked on the car right up to the end of the Stock Car feature. I watched the last five laps of the SportMod feature, went back and made some changes.” “I’m not even sure I saw the lineup. I didn’t know [Read More]


Clement capitalizes in IMCA All Star Shootout opener

ARDMORE, Okla. (May 24, 2023) – He bided his time and then Mitchell Clement banked $1,000. Clement won Wednesday’s All Star Shootout opening night feature for Friesen Performance IMCA Modifieds at Southern Oklahoma Speedway, capitalize on race-long leader Troy Morris III’s bobble following a restart with nine laps to go. “I had a really good car,” Clement said after starting ninth and working his way into the top three midway through the 25-lapper at Ardmore. “I knew I just had to be patient.” Morris, from Bakersfield, Calif., and the current Junior National Champion points leader, drew the pole start and kept William Gould and then Josh McGaha at bay before back-to-back yellows on lap 17. He did some of his best driving avoiding any serious contact with a tire that had come off another car and then pinballed along the front stretch while the race was under caution. Clement earned Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational qualifying eligibility by a margin of just more than 1.7 seconds over Morris. Texans McGaha, Matthew Day and Chris Morris rounded [Read More]


Registration opens today for All Star Shootout fueled by IMCA.TV

ARDMORE, Okla. (April 25, 2023) – Three IMCA divisions take to the track on five consecutive nights in the upcoming All Star Shootout fueled by IMCA.TV.  Friesen Performance IMCA Modifieds race for $1,000 to win, IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars and Smiley’s Racing Products IMCA Southern SportMods both for $750 to win beginning Wednesday, May 24 at Southern Oklahoma Speedway in Ardmore.  The third annual tour then travels to Texas, for shows on Thursday, May 25 at Grayson County Speedway in Bells; Friday, May 26 at Boyd Raceway; Saturday, May 27 at Kennedale Speedway Park; and Sunday, May 28 at Heart O’ Texas Speedway in Waco. Bonus money is at stake for Modified drivers winning multiple features during the week: $500 for two wins, $750 for three wins, $1,000 for four wins and $2,000 if they can sweep the tour.  Pre-entry for the week is $25 in each division and early registration opens today (Tuesday) at 3 p.m. CST on the All Star Shootout page on MyRacePass and on All Star Shootout and IMCA Facebook pages.  [Read More]