Korner & O’Brien Set to Face Off in Round Four of MSD Legends Series at Thompson

STONINGTON, CT – Noah Korner began the 2016 Midstate Site Development (MSD) Legends Series’ season with four consecutive victories. His streak was broke during round three of the Series when Jordan O’Brien swept both races. Now the two drivers head into Sunday’s event as the front runners in the US Legends Cars field.

Despite O’Brien’s two victories on June 5, Noah Korner still carries a healthy 25-point advantage into the penultimate event of the championship season.  O’Brien will have two qualifying opportunities and two races to close that gap before the final event of the points season on August 7.

Glenn Korner, who currently is fourth in the standings, has consistently been improving throughout the 2016 season.   He finished second to his brother and teammate, Noah, on May 20, and registered third and fourth place finishes, respectively, on June 5.

For more information about this weekend’s event, please visit the event page on www.thompsonspeedway.com.  You also can follow them on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.

For more information about OTB Promotions, please visit www.otbpromos.net, or follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

TBR News and Notes: Kentucky Speedway

Regan Smith
No. 7 Advance Auto Parts / Quaker State Chevrolet
Kentucky Speedway
Quaker State 400 | July 9, 2016
Headed to the Bluegrass State: Visiting the newly repaved Kentucky Speedway, Regan Smith and the No. 7 Tommy Baldwin Racing team are proud to welcome back sponsors Advance Auto Parts and Quaker State. This is a special weekend for Advance Auto Parts and Quaker State as they serve as the title sponsor of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race. Advance Auto Parts President George Sherman will be on hand this weekend, serving as the Grand Marshal of the Quaker State 400.
Leading up to the Quaker State 400, Advance Auto Parts and Quaker State came together to produce a video series, Quaker State Shop Talk with Larry Mac and Regan Smith. Filmed at the Tommy Baldwin Racing shop in Mooresville, North Carolina, these short videos are a must watch to learn more about Smith’s career path to NASCAR.
Shop Talk with Regan Smith and Larry McReynolds
Shop Talk with Regan Smith and Larry McReynolds
Chat with Regan: Regan will be participating in a Q&A on Twitter today (7/7/16) at noon ET. Be sure to follow Regan Smith and use the hashtag #QS400chat to post your questions.
Smith: “I am looking forward to getting on track and seeing the new racing surface in action, the reviews from those who tested were very good. Our Advance Auto Parts / Quaker State Chevrolet is ready for an exciting weekend ahead.”
Tune In: Want to watch Regan Smith and the No. 7 Advance Auto Parts / Quaker State Chevrolet in the Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway? Race coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. ET on NBCSN. Coverage can also be heard on PRN affiliates and Sirius XM NASCAR Radio channel 90. The green flag is scheduled for 7:46 p.m. ET.
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Evergreen Raceway Adds Three Karting Events

By: Gene Ostrowski

July 6, 2016

Kart-FlyerSt. Johns, PA (7/6/2016)- For the first time in years, Evergreen Raceway held two Karting divisions in conjunction with their Independence Enduros last Sunday.

The interest was there and due to input from the teams on hand, the speedway has decided to add three Karting events to their season schedule.

“It’s great for the little kids and little kids at heart”, noted speedway co-promoter Gene Ostrowski.   “It’s a win-win. They’re excited about racing on the Daytona of Karting tracks and everyone at the track was thrilled with the show that they put on. Plus, they are truly the future of our sport.”

There will be two divisions that will race in conjunction with the track’s Enduros on the following race days: Sunday August 7, Sunday September 4 and Sunday, October 2.

The divisions are Youth Caged and Junior/Adult Caged. The rules can be found by clicking the rules tab on the speedway website.

There will be a $15 pit entry fee per Kart team member for pit entry and the Kart race registration is set at $10. The track transponder system will be used for scoring. Each division will run a 5-lap heat race, followed by a 12-lap feature.

The top 5 in each Kart division will receive a trophy as long as they pass post race tech.

The next Evergreen Raceway event is slated for Sunday, July 10 with the Evergreen Modifieds, Late Models, Factory Stocks and Four Cylinders, PLUS Kids Big Wheel Races.   Grandstand admission is just $8. Children 10 years of age and younger are admitted for free with a paying adult. Pit gates will open at 10:30 AM. Practice will kick off at 12:30 PM and the first heat race will roll out at 2:00 PM. The grandstands open at noon.

Evergreen Raceway is located minutes from Hazleton, PA, in between routes 93 and 309. For more information regarding Evergreen Raceway, including the entire season schedule, directions and divisional payouts, please visit www.evergreenracewaypark.com and don’t forget to like their Facebook page as well.

Evergreen Raceway is proud to be associated with Harry’s U Pull It, Penn’s Peak Radio, Sour Apple Auto & Customs, CK Auto Service & Race Fab, Himmer Graphics, Valve Tech Sales, Penn’s Peak, Printers Edge, Electric Frog Designs, Cargill of Hazleton, Tito Juice & RockAuto.com.

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