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With the weather gods appearing to be smiling Ocean 360 Sprint Car Series presented by Taco Bravo set to begin this Friday night April 16 at Ocean Speedway

By Gary Thomas

Watsonville, CA – April 13, 2010…After losing the opening round due to rain on April 2 the Ocean Sprint Car Series presented by Taco Bravo will give it another go this Friday night at the Ocean Speedway, with the weather looking to be cooperative and teams ready to take to the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds bullring to fire-off the much anticipated 2010 season. 

The Ocean 360 Sprints presented by Taco Bravo will now see 14-nights of racing this year, with 12 being contested at the Ocean Speedway and one each at the Groppetti Automotive Thunderbowl Raceway and the Santa Maria Speedway. Some of the highlights on the schedule include the 50th running of the Johnny Key Classic on Saturday August 28 at Ocean Speedway, as well as a pair of Ocean Sprints vs. California Sprint Car Civil War Series shows, with the dates being Friday July 16 and Friday September 24. 

"We gave it our best shot a couple weeks ago, but the weather just didn't work out in our favor and it was disappointing because everyone is definitely ready for the Ocean Sprints season to start," said Ocean Speedway promoter John Prentice. "We have a pretty big year ahead with the 360's branching out to a couple different tracks and of course the 50th Johnny Key Classic is going to an exciting event here at Ocean. We're also looking forward to the Civil War races, because last year they were really successful with great car counts and a lot of good drivers were on hand for them so hopefully it'll be the same this season."   

Defending Ocean Sprint Car Series champion Tommy Tarlton will begin his title defense on Friday night after having to wait a couple of weeks due to the rainout on April 2. Last season saw the Easton driver capture four main event victories en route to claiming his first career title at the Ocean Speedway aboard his Tachi Palace Hotel & Casino, Corporate America Lending No. 21. Tarlton's biggest win of the season came on August 29 when he took the checkered flag at the 49th running of the Johnny Key Classic to mark his first ever triumph in the prestigious event. 

After just missing out on his third straight Ocean Sprints title last year Campbell's Brent Kaeding will look to put his name back at the top of the standings this season behind the wheel of his Al's Roofing Supply, High Five Pizza No. 69 mount. "BK" went into the final event last year just five-digits back of the lead, but a stronger night for Tarlton was just enough to deny him a three-peat at the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds bullring. The 13-time King of California tallied one victory with the Ocean Sprints last year and also showed strong consistency by scoring seven podium finishes throughout the season. 

Current Ocean Speedway 360 track record holder Evan Suggs will be searching for his first career Ocean Sprints title in 2010 after being right in the thick of battle for much of last season, before ending the year third in the standings. The driver of the Suggs Racing, Riley Collins Body Shop No. 33e scored a trio of runner-up finishes last season in Watsonville, including the Ocean Sprints vs. Civil War Series event in September. The 23-year-old Scotts Valley driver also led the Ocean Sprints last season with five fast-time efforts, including the season-finale when he re-set the track record with a clocking of 11.617 around the quarter-mile. 

Gaining strength as the '09 season closed out was Pleasanton's Brad Furr, who ended the year fourth in the final Ocean Sprint Car standings aboard his Ray Scheidts Electric, Brad Furr Racing No. 2 machine. Furr picked-up his best finish of the season at the penultimate of the year by scoring a second place result to San Jose's Tim Kaeding on October 9. Rounding out the top-five in the standings last year was Salinas racer Ronnie Day, who will be driving for brother Keith Day in the Keith Day Trucking No. 22 this season with the Ocean Sprints. The former King of California tallied a best finish of third last year, which he accomplished on three separate occasions. 

Multiple-time Ocean Speedway winners from last season Jason Statler of Grass Valley and Kyle Larson of Elk Grove are both expected to be in action Friday. Statler last season drove his DF Rios Construction, YAK Graphics No. 00 to a pair of victories with the Ocean Sprints and was the only driver other than Tarlton and T.Kaeding to score multiple wins with the series. Larson last year held off a torrid late-race charge from Statler to win his first career GSC main event at Ocean Speedway on May 29 and backed that up by claiming victory during the Ocean vs. Civil War race in July. The 17-year-old will make his first start at the track on Friday driving the Stadelhofer Construction, Peppermill Casino No. 99 owned by BK Motorsports and is coming off a big win with GSC last Saturday in Tulare.

Other drivers expected Friday night with the Ocean Sprint Car Series presented by Taco Bravo will include three-time and defending USAC Silver Crown Series champion Bud Kaeding of Campbell, two-time California Sprint Car Civil War Series titlist Mike Henry of Sacramento, Prunedale's Justin Sanders, Clovis' Peter Murphy, Fremont's Shane Golobic, Morgan Hill's Ricky Wright Jr. and Devon Ostheimer, Benicia's Billy Aton, Gilroy's Kurt Nelson and Eric Rossi, San Martin's Craig Smith, Visalia's Cory Eliason, Corralitos' Jerry Bonnema, Caruther's Garrett Ishii, Tracy's Steve Osborne, San Jose's Matt Sargent and more. 

The front gate will open at 4:30pm this Friday night April 16 with hot laps at 5:45, qualifying around 6 and racing to follow. All seating will be general admission with adult tickets costing $16, children 6-12 $11 and kids five and under free. A family pack featuring two adults and two kids is available for $40 and seniors 65 and older with id will be $14. The Ocean Speedway is located on the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds in Watsonville, California.

For more information on the Ocean Sprint Cars presented by Taco Bravo log onto
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Coming up- The Ocean Sprint Car Series presented by Taco Bravo will head next for the Santa Maria Speedway on Friday night April 30 as part of the Doug Fort Memorial weekend, which also features the Golden State Challenge 410 Series the following night on May 1. The Ocean Sprints will then re-convene back at the Ocean Speedway on Friday evening May 7 for round number three.


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Easton's Tommy Tarlton will begin his Ocean Sprint Car Series title defense this Friday night behind the wheel of the Tachi Palace Hotel & Casino, Tarlton & Son Inc., Corporate America Lending No. 21 Maxim.

The veteran driver last year led all competitors at the track with four victories, including his first career Johnny Key Classic triumph in August. Tarlton has got his 2010 campaign started off in strong fashion by claiming a top-10 finish with the World of Outlaws in March at Tulare and came back to the track last weekend to score a podium effort with the Golden State Challenge 410 Series. Photo by Steve Lamothe of http://www.stevesracingphotos.com




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Elk Grove's Kyle Larson will go into Friday's Taco Bravo Ocean Sprints opener fresh off his second career Golden State Challenge 410 victory this past Saturday night in Tulare at the helm of the Stadelhofer Construction, Peppermill Casino-Reno, Kaeding Performance No. 99.

Last season the 17-year-old had an amazing year at Ocean Speedway in limited starts scoring a GSC main event win, a Civil War Series win and a third place finish at the Johnny Key Classic. He also ran fourth during the April GSC stop at the track last year and charged from 15th to sixth when the series visited in August. Larson is pictured in victory lane last week with Clark Riolo, Matt Britt, Nick Wilke and the famous Marcel Cassulo. Photo by Paul Trevino of http://www.paultrevinoracingphotos.com


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Last year's runner-up in the Ocean Sprint Car Series standings Brent Kaeding of Campbell will be searching to re-claim the top-spot in 2010 after missing out on his third straight title by just 12-points at the end of the season.

The 13-time King of California was one of the most consistent drivers last year putting together seven podium finishes throughout the campaign at the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds quarter-mile. "BK" has began this season by scoring three straight top-five's with the Golden State Challenge 410's and currently sits second in the series point race aboard his familiar Al's Roofing Supply, Williams Roofing, High Five Pizza No. 69 machine. Photo by Matt Sublett of http://www.mmracingphotos.com


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Petaluma Speedway on deck for Golden State Challenge Sprint Car Series this Saturday April 17 to begin three-week visit to coastal regions

By Gary Thomas

Petaluma, CA – April 14, 2010…The Golden State Challenge King of California Series will kick-off a three-week trek to facilities featuring coastal climates beginning this Saturday night with many of the top 410 sprint car drivers in Northern California set to invade the always entertaining Petaluma Speedway.

The 3/8 mile clay oval located on the Sonoma-Marin County Fairgrounds has become a welcome stop for the traveling circuit and will be the fourth round of action in the 25-race fight for the King of California title. The tacky and hooked-up speedway has often produced exciting competition over the last few years, as lapped traffic seems to create some of the most hectic racing towards the front of the field of any track on tour.

This weekend's event will be the 10th visit to Petaluma Speedway since the Golden State Challenge Series brought 410 racing back to the track in 2005 and will also be the first of three season stops, with the other appearances coming on Friday May 28 and Saturday July 31. Last year's two events at the 3/8 mile clay oval were captured by defending King of California Tyler Walker, as he held off a late charge from Jonathan Allard in the April round and then made a mid-race pass of Brent Kaeding to claim the victory in August.

Despite having his two-race win streak snapped last Saturday night two-time King of California Jonathan Allard continues to sit on top of the Golden State Challenge Series standings going into the weekend. The Chico native leads all drivers with three victories at the 3/8 mile clay oval since 2005 and always seems to run strong at the track. Last week Allard was battling for the lead early in the main event at the Tulare Thunderbowl until contact sent him spinning and forced him to the rear of the field, where he would charge all the way back to finish fifth aboard the Williams Motorsports, Platinum Powder Coating No. 0 to maintain his point lead.

The only driver other than Allard to have finished among the top-five in each of the first three races this season is Campbell's Brent Kaeding, who currently sits second in the standings and is just six-digits back of the lead. The 13-time King of California has surprisingly not won at the Petaluma Speedway since the return in '05, but as noted did finish runner-up last August at the track after leading the first half of the main event. Last Saturday night "BK" drove his Al's Roofing Supply, Williams Roofing No. 69 to a fourth place finish at the Groppetti Automotive Thunderbowl Raceway and will be searching for his first win of the year on Saturday.

Moving up to third in the Golden State Challenge Sprint Car standings after Tulare is Scotts Valley's Evan Suggs, who last year won the dash and finished fourth in the main event during the August visit to Petaluma Speedway. Although not an official record the 23-year-old also turned the fastest lap recorded in the history of the track that same night, by ripping off an 11.902 during a heat race win, which was under the track record of 11.990 set by Tyler Walker in qualifying. Suggs is coming off a sixth place effort last Saturday and will be looking for his first career GSC win this weekend in the Suggs Racing, HoservilleCA No. 33e.

Former King of California Jason Statler of Grass Valley currently sits fourth in the Golden State Challenge Series standings and is just two-points behind Suggs for the third spot. The driver of the DF Rios Construction, Stephanie's Custom Interiors No. 00 finished eighth in the main event last Saturday night after being involved in a lap one yellow and having to restart at the rear. The Petaluma Speedway was the site of Statler's most recent GSC victory, which came in June of 2008 and was also the track he won his very first Northern Auto Racing Club feature at, with that triumph coming during Speedweek 1996.

Coming into Petaluma with momentum on his side is Elk Grove's Kyle Larson, who has made his way to fifth in the Golden State Challenge points and is just five-markers back of third and 21 out of the lead. Last Saturday the 17-year-old scored his second career series victory and by winning his heat race also scored maximum points for the night, as he attempts to become the youngest King of California in GSC history behind the wheel of the Stadelhofer Construction, Peppermill Casino No. 99. Throughout his young career Larson has been very successful at Petaluma Speedway and last season picked-up finishes of third and fourth in the two GSC stops at the 3/8 mile clay oval.

After suffering a dnf last weekend Elk Grove's Bobby McMahan dropped three spots in the standings and now ranks sixth at the helm of his Racing for the Troops, World Environmental No. 26b. The defending Silver Dollar Speedway track champion qualified second quickest in the field last Saturday in Tulare and was running fifth in the feature when issues, reportedly following contact with the wall, forced him to the pits on lap three. Prior to this past weekend McMahan had finished in the top-five during the two previous races on the season with GSC and will look to rebound in Petaluma on Saturday.

Currently seventh in the standings and just 10-points out of the top-five is West Linn, Oregon racer Zach Zimmerly, who tallied a season-best seventh place finish this past Saturday night at the Tulare Thunderbowl aboard the Mcmillen Motorsports, Level One Concrete No. 94 sprinter. Last September the 15-year-old scored a big victory at the Petaluma Speedway with the California Sprint Car Civil War Series and by doing so also became the second youngest winner in the history of the traveling 360 tour.

Two-time and defending Petaluma Speedway track champion Alissa Geving of Penngrove ranks eighth in the Golden State Challenge Sprint Car Series standings going into her home track on Saturday. The 18-year-old two weeks ago tied her career best series finish by driving the Chicko Motorsports, Tillett Tool No. 3x to a sixth place finish in the main event. Last weekend Geving picked-up a dominating heat race victory in her first 410 appearance at the Groppetti Automotive Thunderbowl Raceway in Tulare.

Campbell's Bud Kaeding comes into Petaluma following a runner-up finish last weekend in Tulare, while making a start in the Roth Motorsports, HR Cattle No. 83jr machine. The three-time and defending USAC K&N Silver Crown Series champion won the dash and led a number of laps in the feature at the Thunderbowl, until Larson was able to make his way past with just under 10-laps remaining to grab the win away. Kaeding last year had a strong season with the Golden State Challenge Series scoring two victories and nine top-five finishes in 15 starts. The 30-year-old was also a winner with the tour at the Petaluma Speedway in April of 2008.

Other possibilities this weekend will include Roseville's Colby Copeland, American Canyon's Matthew Davis, Chico's Kenny Allen, Nevada City's Pat Harvey, Rio Vista's Dan and Danielle Simpson, Calistoga's Mike Benson and more.

The front gate is scheduled to open at 4:30 pm on Saturday with all seating being general admission. Adult tickets will be $16, juniors $12, seniors 65 and older $10 and children 5 and under free. The Petaluma Speedway is located in the southern part of the wine country at the Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds just off Highway 101 in Petaluma, California. For more information visit
http://www.petaluma-speedway.com

Get well Brandon Carey- We would like send our best wishes to Golden State Challenge Series driver Brandon Carey of Ripon, who suffered a knee injury while playing softball last week and is expected to miss the remainder of the GSC season. At the April Petaluma Speedway visit last year Carey led the first 15-laps in the main event, before finishing fifth at the checkered. The No. 55 sprinter will be missed at the track each week, but we want to wish him the best in his recovery and look forward to having him back in action as soon as possible.

Coming up- The Golden State Challenge 410 Sprint Car Series will make a visit next Saturday night April 24 to the Ocean Speedway in Watsonville, which will be followed by a trip to the Santa Maria Speedway on Saturday May 1 for the second annual Doug Fort Memorial. After that the traveling circuit will then head for its cornerstone event on Saturday evening May 8 for the 20th running of the Dave Bradway Jr. Memorial at Chico's Silver Dollar Speedway.

For the full point standings, results, a schedule of events and all your info on the Golden State Challenge Series please visit us on the web at
http://www.goldenstatechallengeseries.com

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After winning his heat race and the main event last weekend Elk Grove's Kyle Larson jumped three spots in the Golden State Challenge standings to move his way into fifth. The victory last Saturday in Tulare marked the 17-year-old's second career series triumph and he will look to make it back-to-back this weekend aboard the Stadelhofer Construction, Peppermill Casino-Reno No. 99. Larson has been very stout in his career so far at the Petaluma Speedway and scored a strong third place finish with GSC last August at the track. Photo by http://www.stevesracingphotos.com


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Zach Zimmerly scores career best Golden State Challenge Series finish at Chris & Brian Faria Memorial in Tulare

By Gary Thomas

Tulare, CA – April 14, 2010…Returning to the Groppetti Automotive Thunderbowl Raceway for the second time this year West Linn, Oregon's Zach Zimmerly was able to help use his experience from the previous visit and raced to a seventh place finish in the feature, during what was the third round of action for the traveling Golden State Challenge 410 Sprint Car Series.

Zimmerly in early March brought home a 14th place finish in the main event on the second night of the World of Outlaws double-header at the track and the seventh place effort this past Saturday marked his career best Golden State Challenge result. "It was a nice run for us tonight and I've felt really comfortable in the car the last couple weeks," Zimmerly said. "The track was certainly tricky with how slick it got, but it was a lot of fun to race right up next to the wall and I felt we could have even finished a little higher, but we'll take a seventh."

A beautiful sunny day greeted competitors to the Tulare County Fairgrounds oval for the Chris & Brian Faria Memorial, an event put on to honor a pair of brothers', who were cousins' to track promoter Steve Faria and lost their lives in separate accidents. With the top-eight qualifiers being eligible for the dash in the GSC format it puts heavy premise on qualifying and Zimmerly proceeded to cut the eighth quickest lap of the night aboard the Mcmillen Motorsports, Christian Stover Foundation, Level One Concrete No. 94, which just beat out former King of California's Jason Statler and Brent Kaeding.

The 15-year-old then scored a third place finish in his heat race to put him in the dash for the first time this season, where he would draw the number five pill and put him alongside fellow youngster Kyle Larson. With the track getting much drier by the time the dash took to the 1/3 mile clay oval Zimmerly finessed the car to a sixth place finish in the contest to give him a third row starting spot in the main event. Following a pair of features for other classes the surface had become extremely slick when the 410's hit the speedway, which made for some challenging conditions as the place to be was right up next to the wall.

With the hard-packed surface it made for some of the best racing seen so far this season and despite catching the wall a couple of times, Zimmerly was able to harness the car back down and cross under the checkered in seventh after 30-laps of racing behind the wheel of the Miller&Zimmerly Holdings, Douglas Wheel Technologies, Fire-Down Graphics No. 94 A.R.T. "The cushion got pretty rough up there in places as the race went on so it made it tough to run smoothly, but it was good experience to race on a track like this," commented Zimmerly. "Duke and Scott Mcmillen and my guys had the car fast again and I'm getting more confident racing with the different drivers like Jonathan Allard, Kyle Larson, Brent Kaeding and everyone that races GSC, because it really is some of the best competition you can find anywhere."

Zimmerly and the Mcmillen Motorsports team will now head for two night's of racing this weekend, beginning on Friday with the opening Feather Falls Casino/Riebes Auto Parts 410 point race at the Silver Dollar Speedway quarter-mile bullring.

Then on Saturday the West Linn, Oregon driver will be in action with the Golden State Challenge Series at the Petaluma Speedway 3/8 mile clay oval. He currently ranks seventh in the GSC standings and is just 10-digits out of the top-five going into the track he won his very first sprint car race at. "I'm looking forward to going back to Petaluma this weekend," said Zimmerly, who held off the charges of four-time Civil War champ Andy Forsberg through heavy traffic to claim the victory with the Civil War 360 Series last September. "We've been really fast the last couple Saturday's and are definitely excited to head back to a track we've won at before, so hopefully we can finish even higher up in the order this week."

For information, news, pictures and more on young Zach Zimmerly log onto http://www.zachzimmerly.com

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15-year-old Zach Zimmerly pictured racing wheel-to-wheel with current Golden State Challenge Series point leader Jonathan Allard in the main event last weekend at Groppetti Automotive Thunderbowl Raceway. Zimmerly would finish the 30-lapper in seventh to score his best ever GSC finish aboard the Christian Stover Foundation, Douglas Wheel Technologies, Level One Concrete No. 94.


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Zach Zimmerly shown kicking up clay in hot laps at Silver Dollar Speedway in Chico last season at the helm of the Butler Built, Oakley, Kaeding Performance No. 94 A.R.T. The Oregon driver will be in competition at the quarter-mile this Friday night during the opening Feather Falls Casino/Riebes Auto Parts 410 point race.

Then on Saturday Zimmerly will head to the Petaluma Speedway with the Golden State Challenge Series for the first time since winning a Civil War main event at the track last September. Photo by Steve Lamothe of http://www.stevesracingphotos.com


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Dave Bradway Jr. Memorial laps still available
By Gary Thomas

Chico, CA - April 15, 2010...The 20th annual Dave Bradway Jr. Memorial is almost here and there is still lap money up for sale for interested parties or individuals. If anyone would like a lap please don't be shy to contact Dave and Dianne Durica at
Durica1414@sbcglobal.net or 916-988-5958.

All the money goes back to the racers and helps make this event more unique and special like it has been for so many years. The laps cost $100 and are split between the top 3 in the main events each lap. The leader gets $50, 2nd place $30 and 3rd place $20. 

Only three weeks are left so the Bradway is almost here. Saturday night May 8 is the date at Silver Dollar Speedway in Chico and the event features the Golden State Challenge 410 Sprint Car Series in the tours biggest race of the season.



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