The month of August really heats up and the purses get bigger! Battles are closely being fought for several positions in the balance of the top 15. At this level of professional competition, we assert that driver safety is up to each individual team and driver. In 2015, the series was the first in the country to implement random drug testing at every event on the schedule. In addition, a new "safety advisor" will be working alongside teams at our events to inspect cars and discuss safety and address concerns.
Friday, August 3rd will be the "Open Wheel Classic" at Atomic Speedway for ,000 to win followed the next night by the "Jack Hewitt Classic" at Waynesfield paying ,000 to win. Paul Dues and Aaron Middaugh are 6th and 7th with Matt Cooley making a late season climb up to the 8th spot. This will be especially beneficial to the lesser experienced race teams. Jun 30 : Lernerville Speedway ; Lernerville, PA Sat.
The month of May finds the series making stops at 2 of the longest continually active tracks with BOSS, May 5th at Fremont Speedway and May 19th at Lawrenceburg Speedway just across the Ohio River. The significance of the "33" is in honor of the number that adorned Hensel's sprint cars in the 70's. An added payoff also awaits the traveling tour teams on Friday and Saturday, August 25-26 when they invade the Atomic Speedway for the "Open Wheel Championship" also paying ,000 to win on Saturday night.
The season will wrap up with a 2 day showdown in Kentucky at Ponderosa Speedway. Adult general admission is with seniors and kids 11-16 just . As always, we wish to thank the following great sponsors who make the BOSS tour possible. Sep 9 : Montpelier Motor Speedway ; Montpelier, IN Sat.
With the 2018 season just weeks away, the staff of the Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series has been hard at work preparing for the upcoming tour. DRC Chassis Company of Indiana has joined the tour as the new sponsor of the first heat race at each event.
The last 7 seasons have seen steady growth with every new season. The last true outlaws of auto racing will once again battle on the hallowed grounds of several of the midwest's best dirt ovals. Cooley Cabinets of Greenville, Ohio is also new to the BOSS marketing family, now presenting the increasingly popular historical posts that have moved from Thursday's to the all new "Turnback Tuesday".
The BOSS program and philosophy it was founded upon have not changed. Finally, to the staff at Montpelier Motor Speedway, a thank you for the best racing surface the tour has had all season.
This is still an open tire series with the general rule that any wingless sprint car is allowed to compete. However, BOSS does take safety into serious consideration. This will be the always exciting 33 lap - ,000 to win "Mike Hensel Memorial".