Haubstadt, IN – July 11, 2019 – The BRANDEIS Midwest Sprint Car Series will race once again this week to complete the final event of the current spree of 7 mid-season races. Action will pick up again Saturday night at the Tri-State Speedway in Haubstadt, IN. Mark the 13th on the calendar for this one.
The event follows the Wednesday night RUMBLE AT THE FAIR held with the series racing at the Vigo County Fair. There Indianapolis, IN, driver Nick Bilbee won his first MSCS sanctioned feature. California driver Max Adams was second. Landon Simon finished third.
This Saturday at Haubstadt, Tri-State Speedway will be presenting the annual SPRINT STAMPEDE. This year the program will include the IMCA Racesaver Sprints as well as the MMSA Mini Sprints. In addition the MOVRCC Vintage Cars will make an appearance. The Good Old Days will live again! The MSCS feature will pay $2,500 to win! MSCS starts 20 cars in the feature plus one eligible provisional driver.
At the 2018 sixth annual SPRINT STAMPEDE at Haubstadt, C.J. Leary was the MSCS feature winner. This season MSCS has completed 9 races.
Kyle Cummins has won 5 feature events including a stretch of 3 victories in a row. Nine different drivers have posted runner-up finishes. There are plenty of front runners to challenge for wins!
The top ten drivers in the current BRANDEIS MSCS Points Standings here at Mid Season are Kyle Cummins, Dakota Jackson, Brady Short, Stephen Schnapf, Aric Gentry, Donny Brackett, Jordan Kinser, Brandon Mattox, Chayse Hayhurst, and Kent Schmidt. Chayse Hayhurst leads Kyle Hathaway and Ryan Bond in the 2019 MSCS Rookie Standings.
The first ever BRANDEIS MSCS Mid-Season Championship points chase ended July 6th. Mother Nature won the race that night but Kyle Cummins had already secured another championship run. He had established a lead of 65 points over Brady Short.
The $1,500 BRANDEIS sponsored Mid-Season Championship Award was presented to Cummins at the Terre Haute race Wednesday. Brady Short and Dakota Jackson were second and third in the contest for the Mid-Season title. Rain had prevented the top three drivers from being recognized this past Saturday. The quest for the season championship continues. Just seven special events remain on the MSCS schedule.
Race time for reference in attending this race on Saturday at Tri-State Speedway is 7:30 P.M. C.D.T. The pit gate opens at 3:30. Warm-ups begin at 6 P.M.
Provided as News and Information for MSCS.