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Seventeen-year-old California racer Kyle Larson heads for first career Short Track Nationals this coming weekend in Little Rock, Arkansas

By Gary Thomas

Elk Grove, CA – November 1, 2009…With the Northern California winged sprint car season in the record books 17-year-old Elk Grove driver Kyle Larson will travel east this coming weekend to compete in the prestigious Lucas Oil ASCS National Series sanctioned Short Track Nationals at the I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Arkansas.

The 22nd annual O'Reilly Short Track Nationals was originally scheduled to be held on October 29-31, but with Mother Nature not cooperating it forced race officials to re-schedule the event for the following weekend November 5-7. With that occurring it opened up a seat in the Jesse Hockett Racing No. 77, which was originally to be driven by fellow Californian Kyle Hirst, however, prior commitments for the weekend will not allow Hirst to make the trip.

With help from Stadelhofer Construction and Phoenix ParkerStores Larson will now get the opportunity to make his first career sprint car start further east than Arizona this coming weekend aboard the JHR No. 77 sprint car. "I'm really excited to run Jesse's car at the Short Track Nationals because it's pretty much the biggest 360 race there is along with the Trophy Cup," said Larson. "I really have to thank Rich Stadelhofer of Stadelhofer Construction, Steve Stroud of Phoenix ParkerStores and Jesee Hockett for giving me a chance to compete at the Short Track Nationals and race with some of the best 360 drivers in the country."

Larson is also coming off a solid showing during the 16th annual Trophy Cup at the Thunderbowl Raceway less than two weeks ago, where he brought home a fifth place finish in the final event standings, as well as a third place result in the 50-lap main event on Saturday night. "The car was perfect every time I hit the track at Trophy Cup and we had a really good weekend overall," commented Larson, who was in action at the event behind the wheel of the Stadelhofer Construction, BK Racing No. 99 sprinter. "It was really cool to be able to drive a car for Brent Kaeding and I really appreciated the opportunity to drive one of his cars because his equipment is second to none and he has an amazing crew behind him as well."

The 2009 season also saw Larson make the jump to the Golden State Challenge King of California 410 Series and it saw him finish fifth in the standings, having tallied eight top-5 finishes and 13 top-10's during the 21-race schedule. "It was a great experience to run with GSC this year and I think it definitely helped my progression as a driver being able to run with guys like Tyler Walker, Jonathan Allard and Brent Kaeding every week," Larson said. "I think we could have even run a little better than we did, but we had some engine problems and got caught up in some crashes that hurt us in the points, but being the Rookie of the Year is still an accomplishment so we're happy with that."

The biggest Golden State Challenge event of the season for Larson came on May 29 at the Ocean Speedway when he drove to his first career series victory, in which he beat out two-time Silver Crown Series champion Bud Kaeding and two-time GSC champ Jon Allard to the line. "It meant a lot for me to get my first GSC win that night and it was pretty awesome to have Bud and Jonathan on the podium with me when you think about all the accomplishments they have," said Larson, who backed up that performance by returning to the quarter-mile bullring in July and scoring a huge victory during a GLR Investments/Civil War Series event that saw 41-cars in competition. "That Civil War win at Ocean was really big too because there was some tough competition that night and we started from the fourth row in the feature so I really had to work for it."

Larson also goes into the 22nd annual Short Track Nationals with momentum on his side following a number of impressive runs during some of the special post-season events held in Northern California including the Johnny Key Classic, the Louis Vermeil Classic, the Gold Cup Race of Champions, the Pacific Sprint Fall Nationals and the aforementioned Trophy Cup. "Running good in the big races this year has definitely given me more confidence and I think it has helped get my name out there more," Larson said. "Doing well in the special races is what everyone wants to do because you seem to get more exposure when those events come up and even though some of the results didn't turn out how I wanted them to I'm still happy with our performances in them."  

The Short Track Nationals will award $15,000 to the winner of the Saturday night finale and will also pay a solid $2,200 to start. There are currently 120 entries for the prestigious event with the list being headed by a number of the country's top sprint car drivers, including current Lucas Oil ASCS National point leader Shane Stewart of Bixby, Oklahoma, who drives a car for California based owner Paul Silva.

Larson will be one of a handful of California drivers in the field looking to represent the West Coast with a good showing. "I think we've got a good shot at making the show on Saturday night and even running up front because we've been pretty successful whenever a lot of those guys have come out here and run," stated the Elk Grove resident. "There will be some tough competition though so it should be a fun challenge and just getting the experience is what I'm looking forward to the most. Hopefully all of the drivers from California can do well for everyone back home and I know we're really looking forward to it."

For fans unable to make the trip to the I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Arkansas all of the action will be available via live audio at
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For more information and news on 17-year-old racer Kyle Larson please visit
http://www.kylelarsonracing.com and for more on the 22nd annual O'Reilly Short Track Nationals log onto http://www.ascsracing.com/   

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After finishing fifth in the overall points at the Trophy Cup Elk Grove, CA's Kyle Larson will set his sights next on the 22nd O-Reilly Short Track Nationals this coming weekend in Little Rock, Arkansas. The $15,000 to win ASCS National event at the I-30 Speedway will see the 17-year-old competing in the Jesse Hockett Racing No. 77 sprint car. Photo by http://www.johnsracingphotos.com



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Kyle Larson pictured charging into turn one at the Tulare Thunderbowl Raceway during the 16th annual Trophy Cup. The youngster would score a podium result in the final night's 50-lap main event, finishing behind veterans Tim Kaeding and Randy Hannagan. Photo by http://www.johnsracingphotos.com




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Some of the California driver/team connections on the entry list for the Short Track Nationals include-

#1xh Randy Hannagan (San Jose, CA)
#2sb Sean Becker (Carmichael, CA)
#3d Paul McMahan (Hendersonville, TN)
#5h Justyn Cox (Pleasant Grove, CA)
#10s Sammy Swindell (Germantown, TN)
#53x Andy Gregg (Placerville, CA)
#77 Kyle Larson (Elk Grove, CA)
#91a Jonathan Allard (Chico, CA)
#91b Brad Sweet (Grass Valley, CA)
#94 Zach Zimmerly(West Linn, OR)


Cox however, I believe has come back west after the re-scheduling and I know Zimmerly ran an event in Chowchilla on Saturday night so not certain on if he still plans to go or not. Tim Kaeding was also planning on the running STN, but with the re-scheduling he's expected to be at the World Finals in Charlotte with WOO.



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Elk Grove's Kyle Larson will make his second appearance on the Carquest Gasoline Alley Show this coming Monday November 2. The show will air from 3pm to 5pm west coast time and can be accessed by visiting http://www.walncableradio.com/


The following is part of the Carquest Gasoline Alley News PR written by Steve Pados, GA Motorsports Media:

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The extremely popular CARQUEST Gasoline Alley TV/Internet Show will play host to another exciting edition of the show on Monday November 2nd and will have another blockbuster show in store for the racing fans. The Gang is well into their seventh year on the airwaves and is noted for their much acclaimed "theme" show format and will host the 447th edition of the show since they hit the airwaves.

The Gang will again shift directions with this edition of the show as they focus on the many fine up-and-coming racing superstars competing across the country today. The Gang has rounded up an impressive array of driving talent for the show and heading up the lineup is the sensational teenager Kyle Larson who has enjoyed another stellar year behind the wheel of a sprint car. Kyle also put in a great effort in replacing Accord Speedway/Orange County Fair Speedway Modified Champ Jerry Higbie at the Chili Bowl in January, when Jerry took ill prior to his scheduled event and Kyle drove through the alphabet races to just miss out putting in the Corey Tucker owned Midget into the A-Main.

Join the Pados Brothers, Ed and Steve, and successful racing journalist Randy Kane Monday evening November 2nd as they take you on a two-hour circular journey with their well documented, very informative and extremely funny show.

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For information, pictures and more on 17-year-old sprint car driver Kyle Larson log onto http://www.kylelarsonracing.com

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Also on the Carquest Gasoline Alley show today along with Kyle will be Cole Duncan, Robby Wolfgang and Danny Varin. Update from the show pr staff this morning:

The Gang will again shift directions with this edition of the show as they focus on the many fine up and coming racing superstars competing across the country today. The Gang has rounded up an impressive array of driving talent for the show and heading up the lineup is the sensational teenager Kyle Larson who has enjoyed another stellar year behind the wheel of a sprint car. Kyle also put in a great effort in replacing Accord Speedway/Orange County Fair Speedway Modified Champ Jerry Higbie at the Chili Bowl in January when Jerry took ill prior to his scheduled event and Kyle drove through the alphabet races to just miss in putting the Corey Tucker owned Midget into the A-Main. Kyle will be making his second visit to the popular TV show.

Making his first appearance on the show will be teenage sprint car wizard Cole Duncan as Cole will talk about the great success he enjoyed behind the wheel in 2009, the recent big win at the Steel City Stampede and the ever increasing racing schedule that will await him for the 2010 racing season. Cole is a second generation driving force as his Dad Rodney was a stellar campaigner in racing as well.

Robby Wolfgang, the 16 year old son of the legendary sprint car ace Doug Wolfgang, will make his first appearance on the show as the young man has stepped up big in 2009 securing wins and becoming a major force in 360 sprint car racing as he reaches into stardom.

Danny Varin, the son of Modified superstar Bobby Varin, will join the Gang for his first appearance on the show. Danny enjoyed a stellar second season in the Modifieds with a seventh place in the final standings at Fonda and an eighth place finish in the points at Utica Rome. Danny will talk about his strong season and the special relationship he has with his Dad as they compete against each other on the tough New York Modified circuit.



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Pertinent Short Track Nationals Information from Lonnie Wheatley:

The What: 22nd Annual O'Reilly Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tires.

The Where: I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, AR). I-30 Speedway is located seven miles southwest of Little Rock off I-30 Exit 126 (Alexander Road).

The When: Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 5-7, 2009. $15,000 to win the STN finale on November 7, with $2,200 to start the STN championship feature. Race time is 7:30 p.m. each night. Test 'N Tune session on Wednesday night, November 4.

The Past Winners: Tony Bruce, Jr. (2008), Jason Meyers (2007), Jason Johnson (2006), Tim Montgomery (2005), Gary Wright (2004, 2003, 1999 and 1995), Paul McMahan (2002), Jason Sides (2001), Mike Ward (2000), Tim Crawley (1998), Wayne Johnson (1997), Pete Butler (1996), Terry Gray (1994), John Gerloff (1993), Steve Kinser (1991, ’89 and ‘88) and Sammy Swindell (1990). 1992 finale was rained out.

From ASCS PR:

Current Pre-Entries:

#1 Sean McClelland (Tulsa, OK)

#1g Cody Gardner (Benton, AR)

#1jm Jim Moughan (Springfield, IL)

#1k Chris Shirek (Thompson, ND)

#1p Curtis Evans (Norburne, MO)

#1xh Randy Hannagan (San Jose, CA)

#1xp Chad Pitts (Little Rock, AR)

#1xx Garry Lee Maier (Dodge City, KS)

#01 TBA

#01n Jeremy Newkirk (Roland, AR)

#2a Randy Hibbs (Savannah, MO)

#2d Dusty Ballenger (Sioux Falls, SD)

#2sb Sean Becker (Carmichael, CA)

#2w Kenneth Walker (Sapulpa. OK)

#3 A.G. Rains (West Memphis, AR)

#3d Paul McMahan (Hendersonville, TN)

#3m Mark Shirshekan (Farmington, MO)

#3s John Carney II (El Paso, TX)

#03 Joe Wood, Jr. (Oklahoma City, OK)

#4 Eric Baldaccini (Keller, TX)

#5k Jerry Kamer (Jacksonville, AR)

#5L Eric Lutz (Sioux Falls, SD)

#6 Raymond Stull (Coldwater, MS)

#6b Dale Blaney (Fowler, OH)

#6z Jessica Zemken (Sprakers, NY)

#7 Darren Long (Elida, OH)

#7h Lewis Jenkins, Jr. (Bryant, AR)

#7m Kevin Ramey (Fort Worth, TX)

#7s Paul Sides (Bartlett, TN)

#8s Steve Short (Farmington, MO)

#8x Chris Williams (Memphis, TN)

#8z Zach Pringle (Benton, AR)

#9 Justin Sturch (Benton, AR)

#9p Brian Parker (Midlothian, TX)

#9w Lane Whittington (Denham Springs, LA)

#9x Gary Wright (Hooks, TX)

#10a Ricky Logan (Little Rock, AR)

#10g Terry Gray (Bartlett, TN)

#10h Josh Higday (Des Moines, IA)

#10s Sammy Swindell (Germantown, TN)

#11c Chad Corken (Highlands Ranch, CO)

#11j Justin Melton (Flower Mound, TX)

#11m Brandon Moseley (Doyline, LA)

#11xs Donovan Peterson (Brookings, SD)

#a12 Tommy Worley, Jr. (Bismarck, MO)

#d12 Danny Smith (Danville, IN)

#12d Dalton Davis (Munford, TN)

#12h Jerrod Hull (Sikeston, MO)

#12s Jeff Swindell (Bartlett, TN)

#13 Jesse Hockett (Warsaw, MO)

#14aj Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK)

#14k Kyle Bellm (Nixa, MO)

#14L Michael Lang (Mesquite, TX)

#14T Tyler Brown (Vilonia, AR)

#15 Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (Sunnyvale, TX)

#16a Koty Adams (Doyline, LA)

#16n Anthony Nicholson (Bartlett, TN)

#16p Dewayne Prince (Munford, TN)

#17b Ryan Bickett (Ramona, SD)

#17c Ray Allen Kulhanek (Magnolia, TX)

#17w Brad Welborn (Allen, TX)

#18 Tony Bruce, Jr. (Liberal, KS)

#19 Jay Adams (Olive Branch, MS)

#20 Kyle Sager (Alto, NM)

#w20 Greg Wilson (Benton Ridge, OH)

#21b Brian Brown (Grain Valley, MO)

#21T Tommy Bryant (Conroe, TX)

#21TX Brandon Schure (El Paso, TX)

#23 Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA)

#23b Brian Bell (Cordova, TN)

#24c Justin Carver (Millington, TN)

#24g David Gailley (Forney, TX)

#24m Terry McCarl (Altoona, IA)

#26 Marshall Skinner (West Memphis, AR)

#27 Curt Michael (Ocean View, DE)

#28 Jonathan Cornell (Sedalia, MO)

#29 Travis Rilat (Forney, TX)

#29h Lyle Howey III (Hartford, SD)

#32 Garry Bell (Cordova, TN)

#35 Ronnie Blair (Troy, OH)

#36 Jonathan Beason (Broken Arrow, OK)

#39 Brad Bowden (Hernando, MS)

#40 Ernie Ainsworth (Southaven, MS)

#41 Jason Johnson (Eunice, LA)

#44w Austen Wheatley (Lake Stevens, WA)

#46 Jan Howard (Byhalia, MS)

#50z Zach Chappell (Talala, OK)

#51 Lee Sowell (Nesbit, MS)

#51b Jimmy Brooks (College Station, TX)

#53 Jack Dover (Springfield, NE)

#53x Andy Gregg (Placerville, CA)

#55 Donnie Ray Crawford (Broken Arrow, OK)

#56 Davey Heskin (St. Michael, MN)

#57 Shane Stewart (Bixby, OK)

#58 Wade Oliver (Milan, TN)

#61a Gary Taylor (Snohomish, WA)

#69 Larry Howery (Hearne, TX)

#71 Channin Tankersley (Highlands, TX)

#72 Sherman Davis (Sand Springs, OK)

#74c Brandon Corn (Hearne, TX)

#74e Claud Estes (Godley, TX)

#77 Kyle Larson (Elk Grove, CA)

#83 Tim Shaffer (Aliquippa, PA)

#86 Josh Fisher (Smithton, MO)

#87m Brian McClelland (Tulsa, OK)

#87r Aaron Reutzel (Clute, TX)

#87x Billy Melton (Longview, TX)

#88 Tim Crawley (Benton, AR)

#88b Mike Boston (Omaha, NE)

#88k James Kinder (Holts Summit, MO)

#91a Jonathan Allard (Chico, CA)

#91b Brad Sweet (Grass Valley, CA)

#91d Cody Darrah (Red Lion, PA)

#91m Marty Stanford (McKinney, TX)

#93 Dustin Morgan (Collinsville, OK)

#94 Danny Wood (Norman, OK)

#94z Zach Zimmerly (West Linn, OR)

#95 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

#97 Aaron Berryhill (Broken Arrow, OK)

#99b Brady Bacon (Broken Arrow, OK)

#99d Rickey Hood (Millington, TN)

#165 Haley Arnold (Sedalia, MO)

The Series: A premier stop on the Lucas Oil Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters trail, Shane Stewart has moved 24 points ahead of Jason Johnson in the $60,000 championship chase with Gary Wright just another 16 points back in third. After the Short Track Nationals, the Lucas Oil Sprint Cars will finish off the season with USA Raceway's 42nd Annual Kronik Energy Western World Championships presented by Old Tucson Studios in Tucson, AZ, on November 19-21.

Current top 20 in Lucas Oil Sprint Car points: 1. Shane Stewart (Bixby, OK) 2,278, 2. Jason Johnson (Eunice, LA) 2,254, 3. Gary Wright (Hooks, TX) 2,238, 4. Travis Rilat (Forney, TX) 2,117, 5. Paul McMahan (Hendersonville, TN) 2,066, 6. Tim Crawley (Benton, AR) 2,043, 7. Danny Wood (Norman, OK) 2,020, 8. Tony Bruce, Jr. (Liberal, KS) 1,982, 9. Jack Dover (Springfield, NE) 1,963, 10. Jesse Hockett (Warsaw, MO) 1,961, 11. Sean McClelland (Tulsa, OK) 1,694, 12. Kenneth Walker (Sapulpa, OK) 1,628, 13. Darren Long (Elida, OH) 1,519, 14. Chad Corken (Highlands Ranch, CO) 1,487, 15. Gary Taylor (Snohomish, WA) 1,471, 16. Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA) 1,397, 17. Gavin Punch (Collinsville, OK) 1,344, 18. Brady Bacon (Broken Arrow, OK) 1,215, 19. Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK) 1,118, 20. Ricky Logan (Little Rock, AR) 974.

The Format: A version of the popular Sprint Bandits format of heats and qualifying races will be in place for all three nights of competition. Each night, Heat Races will be aligned according to the pre-race draw, with the 2009 passing points system in effect.

Approximately half of the STN entrants will battle through Thursday's qualifying program, with the other half racing through Friday night's qualifying program. Those not locked in after the first two nights (top three from each night) will race through a full card of Heats, Last Chance Races and Qualifying Races on Saturday night to fill out the November 7 STN championship finale.

Drivers must compete in either Thursday’s prelim or Friday’s prelim to be eligible for passing points on Saturday.

Saturday's Odus Pack Building Materials Dash for Cash will be aligned by a pill draw conducted in “Cheater’s Day” fashion. Thursday’s winning driver will draw the first pill then give that pill to the driver of his choice. Friday’s winner will draw the second pill and give that pill to one of the remaining drivers, and so on until the lineup is determined.

The COMP Cams Gambler's Challenge: The COMP Cams Gambler’s Challenge offers the pole sitter of the STN championship feature event the opportunity to pull a playing card that will grant a new starting position for the 40-lap finale. Upon accepting the Gambler's Challenge, the driver will draw the fourth, sixth, eighth or tenth starting position. If the driver can win from the starting position drawn, a $5,000 bonus will push the overall winner's take to $20,000.



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Practice sounded like it went pretty good. I know that Kyle and Jonathan Allard both said they were pretty fast and Kyle said the track is awesome.

From the reports they had right around 60 cars for the pratice. Here's an update from the Hoseheads main forum:

Kyle larson looked pretty salty last night. Wright and Crawley of course. Wayne johnson looked pretty good. Allard and TBJ were quick. Hockett looked okay, but larson really stands out to me.



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Photo from http://www.hoseheads.com

Jonathan Allard takes a few practice laps in the Bobby Sparks #91 in preparation for the 22nd Annual Short Track Nationals at I-30 Speedway. Tim Aylwin Photo




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Well Kyle had a good run going last night and was up to 11th after starting last in the main event, but tipped over in the final turn while trying to pass a couple more cars.

Tonight didnt go as well cause he just blew a motor in hot laps and is done for the night. :X



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Jonathan Allard had a great run tonight and brought home a sixth place finish in the feature during the STN finale



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