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"SPRINT CAR BANDITS INVITATIONAL" at SUPERBOWL Sat. Aug. 13!

Mesquite, TX (8/05/16) by DarinShort.com. The Milestone Electric "Sprint Car Bandits Invitational" will take place at Superbowl Speedway near Greenville
Texas on Saturday, August 13th. Just as the event title states, only confirmed and invited drivers are eligible to compete.

At the time of writing, the following drivers are confirmed for the event: Claud Estes III, DJ Estes, Colton Goodwin, Michael Lang, Chance McCrary, Dustin
Gates, Tucker Doughty, Junior Jenkins, Dale Wester, Brad Queen, Brandie Jass, Larry Howery, Charlie McDonald, Ryan Hall, Robert Vetter, Steve
McMackin, Ryan Padget, Raven Culp, Gary Floyd and Justin Fifield. 8/9/16 UPDATE, these new drivers have been confirmed: Colby Estes, Daniel Estes,  
Blake Baccus, Bruce Griffith, Sterling Hoff and Chad Koch.

Sprint car teams that are not on the confirmed list must contact Steve Lang through the SCB series website for eligibility requirements, if they are seeking
to participate in the event.

The Sprint Car Bandits (SCB) series is dedicated to help bringing back some of the old-time fun of sprint car racing, yet incorporating some much-needed
basic adjustments that help the teams stay on track with their budget - and fans not having to pay excessively high ticket prices to enjoy watching them.

Superbowl Speedway is located at 437 FM 1903 Greenville, TX and is quite easy to get to. Take the 'FM 1903' exit off of I-30 (exit 87, about 45 miles from
downtown Dallas), then head east 3 miles and you will run into the track. The main entrance is first and is for race fans going to the stands. The second
exit off of corner 4 is for the pit entrance. On race day, the track phone number is (903) 883-2504 or click
www.facebook.com/superbowlspeedway for the
track Facebook page.

Joining the SCB series will be all of the Superbowl Speedway divisions, including Texas Outlaw Stock Cars, Mod Lites, 305 Bombers, Limited Modifieds,
Factory Stocks and Jr Limiteds. The SCB are currently scheduled to be the second or third feature race out.

To connect with the racetrack, visit
www.SuperBowlSpeedway.com for details. Adult grandstand tickets are just $15! Gates open at 6pm, Races start at
8pm, Pit pass $35, Kids(7-11)$10 and Seniors(65) $10.

We would like to thank the sponsors of the Sprint Car Bandits series: Milestone Electric, AlphaGraphics, B-Tactical, Rodd Hanna's Air Performance, A&M
Glass Service, MalloryPrint.com and Palm Harbor Homes - and with each SCB sponsor announcement, the series can continue to implement one of its
primary missions, and that is adding to the already excellent competitor purses.

If your business is interested in getting involved with the SCB series, please contact Steve Lang directly at: SteveLang14@gmail.com or by calling
469-474-8234. There are effective programs available for all sizes of budgets.

The SCB series has a unique rules package that allows teams to use their current equipment (especially in the engine compartment), yet curbing nightly
tire expense...which helps equalize the competition, with teams of varying budget sizes.

When you combine those components with lower nightly competitor operating purses, it all equals one thing: the new Sprint Car Bandits series!

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for the latest in series news - including the event flyer for Superbowl Speedway this Saturday, July 30th.

You can also reach the SCB on Facebook, at
www.Facebook.com/SprintCarBandits and on Twitter by searching 'Sprint Car Bandits'.

JOIN US Saturday night, August 13th at Superbowl Speedway for another great night of Sprint Car Bandits series, plus a great mix of stock car racing
action - all at family-affordable prices!
THIS SATURDAY, OCT. 1: SPRINT CAR BANDITS SERIES CHAMPIONSHIP PLUS ALL LONESTAR DIVISIONS RACING at 7pm!

Kilgore, TX (9/26/16) by DarinShort.com. This coming Saturday night, October 1st, racing fans are in for a real treat when the Milestone Electric Sprint Car
Bandits® Series (SCB) returns to the LoneStar Speedway (LSS) 1/3 mile high-banks with their brand of high-speed 360C.I. racing excitement. Joining the
SCB on Saturday, October 1st at LoneStar Speedway will be a complete program for the high-powered LSS Modifieds ($1,000/win), Factory Stocks
($300/win), Limited Modifieds ($500/win); plus FWD 4-Cylinders will round up the 5-division racing program. Rules and complete payback by division are
posted at the LSS website under 'resources.'

The long-range forecast shows dry conditions all day Saturday, October 1st with race time (7pm) temps in the upper 70's (not a typo!)...making for
spectacular racing conditions.

NOTE that LSS 'Summer Hours' are over. Pit gates open Saturday October 1st at 3pm, with the main grandstand entrance opening by 5:30pm. Draw
cut-off for all divisions is at 6:15pm, Drivers meeting at 6:45pm with hot laps and racing immediately following. The sun goes down by 7pm on this date, so
it will make for excellent racing conditions.

An excellent Sprint Car purse is slated, paying $2,000 to win and paying down to $300 to start. The SCB feature is currently scheduled to be the second
feature race out. All area Sprint Cars are invited to compete in this event as long as they are SCB legal (go to www.SprintCarBandits.com for rules, and if
you have questions, contact Steve Lang directly at: SteveLang14@gmail.com or by calling 469-474-8234. The SCB has added $1,000 in cash to the
Series base purse structure - at no added cost to the racers, fans, or the track. Here is the complete SCB payback for LoneStar Speedway A-feature, 25
laps: $2,000 - $1,000 - $600 - $500 - $400 (5th) - $380 - $370 - $360 - $350 - $340 (10th) - $330 - $320 - $310 - $300...to start. Any non-qualifier or
non-starter will receive $100. All pit passes are $30.

Race fans can expect a full field of young and veteran SCB race teams, such as: Michael Lang, Junior Jenkins, Dustin Gates, Colton Goodwin, Justin
Melton, Claud Estes III, Larry Howery, Charlie McDonald, Ryan Hall, Brandie Jass, Brad Welborn, Robert Vetter, Michelle Melton, Brad Queen, Bruce
Griffith, Chance McCrary, Gary Floyd, Raven Culp, Justin Fifield, Blake Baccus, Zane Lawrence, Channin Tankersley, Dale Wester, Johnny Miller,
Brandon Long - and more!

There are no registration or entry fees in any of the five racing divisions on October 1st.

All Sprint Cars signing in will draw for heat race starting position and will race for passing points. The A-feature will be lined straight up by heat race
passing points (no redraw).

SCB series promoter Steve Lang comments: "We had lost some events to rain this season, so we're taking our sponsor dollars and applying them to our
final event, as we did at every SCB event this season. Our series really doesn't have much overhead, so we can truly make effective use of the sponsor
funds that we've received...and there's no better use of those funds than to pass them along in the form of increased competitor purses."

Lang continues: "Plus, Darin Short is adding to that by providing his 'Free Pass to the Feature' award; which is really unique, simple and exciting."

Here's how the DarinShort.com Free Pass to the Feature works:

-Any SCB driver that finishes outside of a transfer spot to the A-feature (after the B-feature) will have their names thrown in a hat, and the drivers name
that gets pulled out will forgo their "$100 Non-qualifier status" and become the 21st starter in the feature race - and in this case - it pays $300 to start!

-Eligible drivers must finish the B-feature to be considered for drawing. (In other words, let's say 9 cars finish the B-feature, and the first 4 transfer to the
A. That means those 5 drivers are normally done for the night. However, with this award, drivers finishing in 5th through 9th in the B-feature will be eligible
drivers for the DarinShort.com Free Pass to the Feature award.)

For those of you that are still unfamiliar with the Sprint Car Bandits series, they are dedicated to help bringing back some of the old-time fun of sprint car
racing, yet incorporating some much-needed basic adjustments that help the teams stay on track with their budget - and fans not having to pay
excessively high ticket prices to enjoy watching them. Race fans can expect a great mix of young and veteran drivers competing with the Sprint Car
Bandits.

The SCB series has a unique rules package that allows teams to use their current equipment (especially in the engine compartment), yet curbing nightly
tire expense...which helps equalize the competition, with teams of varying budget sizes.

Between the lower operating cost of the SCB series and the addition of sponsor funds into nightly purses, it is allowing more area race tracks to book
events - which all translates into DFW area fans getting to see quality, high-speed sprint car race at a lower grandstand ticket price.

When you combine those components with lower nightly competitor operating purses, it all equals one thing: the new Sprint Car Bandits series!

The SCB would like to thank the sponsors of the Sprint Car Bandits series: Milestone Electric, B-Tactical, AlphaGraphics, Rodd Hanna's Air Performance,
A&M Glass Service, MalloryPrint.com and Palm Harbor Homes - and with each SCB sponsor announcement, the series can continue to implement one of
its primary missions, and that is adding to the already excellent competitor purses.

If your business is interested in getting involved with the SCB series, please contact Steve Lang directly at: SteveLang14@gmail.com or by calling
469-474-8234. There are effective programs available for all sizes of budgets.

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for the latest in series news - including the new event flyer for LoneStar Speedway on Saturday, October 1st. You can
also reach the SCB on Facebook, at www.Facebook.com/SprintCarBandits and on Twitter by searching 'Sprint Car Bandits'.

As this season ending event is upon us for the SCB, we would like to thank the drivers, fans, area racetracks and sponsors for their support of this new
series. We're looking forward to having another great night of racing when the Sprint Car Bandits series takes on the high banks of LoneStar Speedway
on Saturday, October 1st with the Series Championship!

As the season is winding down at LoneStar Speedway, there are three points nights remaining and several great points battles going on in the top-10 in all
divisions. Reminder that LSS drivers finishing in the top-10 in points must have participated in at least 75% of the completed points events to be eligible for
post-season awards. (November 26th is not a points event.)

Here's where the LSS points sit going into the October 1st event:

Modified
Pos Driver Car # City, State Points Behind
1 Jason Ingalls 12 Longview Tx 516
2 Wes Armstrong 5 Marshall Tx 496 -20
3 Max Thomas* 8,82T,57T 490 -26
4 Larry Fears 11 Kilgore Tx 482 -34
5 Jerry Jackson 161 Tyler Tx 445 -71
6 Jeff Harris 16x Longview Tx 390 -126
7 Zack McMillan 14Z Gladewater Tx 387 -129
8 Kyle Taylor 75T Longview Tx 377 -139
9 Chad Migues 84 Longview Tx 376 -140
10 Tye Clampitt 10C Henderson TX 309 -207

* Note that Max was in a new car on 9/3 and his points will be added soon.

Limited Modified
Pos Driver Car # City, State Points Behind
1 Jason Ingalls 12 Longview Tx 536
2 Kelly Lockey 14 Tyler Tx 502 -34
3 Nathan Gaines 7 Kilgore Tx 455 -81
4 Darryl Moseley 9B Diana Tx 424 -112
5 Royce Jones 07,07 Troup Tx 399 -137
6 Kevin Simpson 561 Flint TX 351 -185
7 Billy Joe Brutchin 78,78 Kilgore Tx 347 -189
8 Terry Roach 4 Gladewater Tx 340 -196
9 David Armstrong 575 281 -255
10 Daniel Whitehill 5D,5,5W,10K Mineola Tx 278 -258

Factory Stock
Pos Driver Car # City, State Points Behind
1 Kenneth Chamberlain 70 Jacksonville Tx 597
2 Alan Lindow 136 Hallsville Tx 520 -77
3 Justin Holt 31H,31H White Oak Tx 493 -104
4 Michael Hail H93 Kilgore TX 461 -136
5 Alex Bates 14XB 441 -156
6 Wesley Langley 44W Kilgore Tx 398 -199
7 Austin Hail 13X,13 349 -248
8 Jeff Bates 17X Tyler Tx 326 -271
9 Billy Davis 91 Lindale TX 255 -342
10 Donny McBride Jr 18M Palestine Tx 245 -352

Adult tickets (ages 12-64) to this huge event are just $15! Kids ages 6-11 are $5 with Military/Seniors $12. Pit passes for this very special event are
remaining at $30 for all ages.

LoneStar Speedway is located at 3131 FM 1252 Kilgore, TX 75662, Track Phone on race day is: (903)-986-9731. Specifically, if you are on I-20 (either
direction) take Exit 583 and head north to the 4-way stop light (about 1/2 mile). Go east (right) about 1 mile and you will see the track entrance on the
south (right) side of the road. Their web address is
www.LoneStarSpeedway.com and search for them on Facebook by entering: "LoneStar Speedway Fan
Page."

We hope to see you all this coming Saturday, October 1st at LoneStar Speedway for a great night of high-banks action - all at a family-affordable price!

Sprint Car Bandits Series Close Out Exciting & Successful Inaugural Season








Mesquite, TX (10/11/16) by DarinShort.com. 42 sprint car teams from four states competed in the inaugural season for the Milestone Electric Sprint Car
Bandits® (SCB) Series. The 2016 season has now concluded and Michael Lang of Mesquite, Texas earned the SCB series points championship.

Both Michael Lang and Dustin Gates of Haughton, Louisiana would earn two series wins in 2016; and Gates' wins would help propel him to 3rd place in
final series standings. And who could forget Gates' epic battle with John Carney II at LoneStar Speedway in June (click https://youtu.be/uSKquiMnceU for a
refresher).

Flower Mound Texas driver Justin Melton and Mickey Walker of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma would also pick up series feature wins. Mother Nature would be
the leader in the total wins department - claiming more 'wins' than all SCB drivers combined...as rainouts wreaked havoc with tracks, not only in the SCB,
but across the nation in 2016.

Junior Jenkins of Greenville, Texas earned 2nd place in final SCB points after consistent runs night after night. The SCB is especially proud of his feat, as
it proves the mission of this series - which is that you don't necessarily have to be a 'big budget team' to be able to compete in this series.

For those of you that are still unfamiliar with the Sprint Car Bandits series, it is dedicated to help bringing back some of the old-time fun of sprint car
racing, yet incorporating some much-needed basic adjustments that help the teams stay on track with their budget - and fans not having to pay
excessively high ticket prices to enjoy watching them. A great mix of young and veteran drivers competed with the Sprint Car Bandits in 2016.

The SCB series has a unique rules package that allows teams to use their current equipment (especially in the engine compartment), yet curbing nightly
tire expense...which helps equalize the competition, with teams of varying budget sizes.

Between the lower operating cost of the SCB series and the injection of series sponsor funds into nightly purses, it  allowed more area race tracks to book
events - which all translated into DFW area fans getting to see quality, high-speed sprint car races at a lower grandstand ticket price.

When you combine those components with lower nightly competitor operating purses, it all equals one thing: the new Sprint Car Bandits series!

Rounding out the top five in SCB points are Colton Goodwin of Greenville, Texas and 'The Ambassador' Claud Estes III of Godley, Texas. Similar to Junior,
both of these drivers used consistent finishes to keep them in the hunt for top series honors.

So, what do the drivers think about the new SCB series? We suggest that the next time you see one of the drivers on our points list (below), that you ask
them directly. We're very confident that the series is on the right track, as the drivers who have actually raced in the series comment to us that they're
really enjoying it. No substantial rules changes are in the works for the 2017 season.

Fan comments have been consistent with driver comments, and have been extremely supportive.

Series tracks have also been pleased with the lower booking costs and solid competitor purses. In 2016 the SCB series brought sponsor money to every
single event through its solid series sponsors. This enabled the tracks to 'sell' a larger event to the fans and race teams - without any of them having to
'pay' more for it.

The SCB would like to thank the sponsors of the Sprint Car Bandits series: Milestone Electric, B-Tactical, AlphaGraphics, Rodd Hanna's Air Performance,
A&M Glass Service, MalloryPrint.com and Palm Harbor Homes.

After several 'rained out attempts', the DarinShort.com 'Free Pass to the Feature' award was finally able to be utilized at LoneStar Speedway on October
1st; which added a 21st place full-paying starting position to the A-feature. Austin Mundie of Combine, Texas would receive the special award - and would
make full use of this opportunity, advancing all the way to a 4th place finishing position. Great job to Austin on an exciting performance.

If your business is interested in getting involved with the SCB series, please contact Steve Lang directly at: SteveLang14@gmail.com or by calling
469-474-8234. There are effective programs available for all sizes of budgets.






























Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for the latest in series news and THANK YOU to everyone's support of the Sprint Car Bandits in 2016, and we're looking
forward to more great events in 2017...stay tuned!

Here's your 2016 Sprint Car Bandits series champion, Michael Lang in the
www.Lang14.com Gen-Tech House of Colour Motorsports sprint car:
LoneStar Speedway Press Release after the October 1st event:


THANK YOU to all the race teams and fans for their support of the exciting Sprint Car Bandits Series Championship at LoneStar Speedway.

A four-part video segment of the entire Sprint Car Bandits 25-lap feature race is now going up, beginning at:

https://youtu.be/5iafPM8P6b4

Complete Sprint Car Bandits feature race results:

2 - Mickey Walker (OK)
02 - Brandon Long (Wichita Falls)
4 - Austin Mundie (started 21st!)
12 - Dale Wester
76 - Zane Lawrence
58 - Gary Floyd (started 14th)
64j - Johnny Miller
74e - Claud Estes
79v - Ryan Hall
23 - Junior Jenkins (started 15th)
24 - Brandie Jass (Bryan, TX)
28 - Jacob Harris
14 - Michael Lang (blew after going from 22nd to 4th)
3 - Raven Culp (broke late in event after running top 4)
17 - Bruce Griffith
5c - Colton Goodwin
6 - Dustin Gates (broke after running up front early on)
50 - Chris Ibarra
48 - Nathan Moore
79 - Charlie McDonald (was really sailing on the high side, then crashed hard...driver reported to be uninjured.)
02T - Tony Russell
5 - Channin Tankersley (Channin would break prior to the start of the feature, we were really looking forward to him racing in the feature)
11j - Joey Starnes (Well, Lang's had borrowed him their backup 360 engine and Joey would qualify 8th in the feature, but series point leader Lang would
break an engine in his heat, so Lang needed his engine back forcing Joey to DNS)

For LoneStar Modified, Factory Stock, Limited Modified and 4-Cyulinder lineups and results, they are posted at:

http://www.speednetdirect.com/mobile/mobilelineup.php…

Thanks again to ALL teams that supported this event...it was a FANtastic night of racing all around.

DON'T MISS our next huge race at LoneStar Speedway on Saturday, October 22nd with the running of the $3,000/win and $300/start LoneStar Limited
Modified Championships. Plus it will be a complete points night for all LoneStar divisions (except Ltd Mods get show up points only). Details on this event
are attached to the flyer below - and don't forget - the night before - we're having a fun event, "BBQ, Brew & a Practice Night Too!" $15 pit passes on
10/21 and free event for those with pit passes following practice.

And for more racing action from LoneStar on 10/1, visit the Race On Texas FB page, through this video link, at:

https://www.facebook.com/RaceOnTexas/videos/642905972551085/

October 1st Sprint Car Bandits feature winner picture: Mickey Walker, hailing from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma:
image DarinShort.com