CLASSIC WELCOMES SIX DIFFERENT WINNERS
Powers, Miller, Stiner, Gilmore, Horton, and Roy All
Visit Victory Lane
8, 2020 --- The fifth edition of the annual 'Camber Classic'
took center stage at Legit Speedway Park in West Plains, Missouri
on Saturday evening and six different winners emerged victorious
in the special event. Robert Powers (IMCA Modified), Donnie Miller
(Super Stock), John Stiner (Hobby Stock), Hunter Gilmore (Late Model),
Blake Horton (B-Modified), and Ray Roy (Bone Stock) all graced victory
lane at the storied 3/8-mile facility. Thanks to all of the fans,
drivers, race teams, and sponsors that showed their support for
the 'Camber Classic' and we can't wait to see you back at Legit
Speedway Park for our next scheduled event, which will take place
on Saturday evening, September 5!
PHILLIPS MEMORIAL GOES TO PAYTON LOONEY!
Republic, Missouri Driver Wires COMP Cams Super Dirt
1, 2020 --- The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented
by Lucas Oil sanctioned the annual Larry Phillips Memorial on Saturday
night at Gary Stolba’s Legit Speedway Park, where Payton Looney
came away with the $5,075 triumph. The Republic, Missouri driver
began his night by setting fast time overall in Mark Martin Automotive
Qualifying, and then won his heat race to earn the second-starting
spot for the night’s coveted feature. From outside the front
row, Looney wired the field in the 40-lap finale to pick up the
$5,075 winners check, which marked his second CCSDS conquest of
the 2020 season. Fifth-starting Mason Oberkramer finished second,
while Tennessee’s Dane Dacus rounded out the podium in the
third spot. B.J. Robinson and Morgan Bagley, who started 12th) completed
the Top-5 finishers. | more
NIGHT OF RACING ACTION GREETS FANS ON $5.00 NIGHT!
Eight Different Winners Visit Victory Lane at Legit
18, 2020 --- The weather was hot and steamy and so was
the racing action at Legit Speedway Park during a special $5.00
night held earlier this evening at the West Plains, Missouri oval.
A total of eight different drivers found victory lane, as Jason
Snodgrass (B-Mod), Ray Roy (Bone Stock), Austin Vincent (Super Stock),
Logan Martin (Late Model), Sawyer Crigler (IMCA Modified), John
Stiner (Hobby Stock), Weston Collins (Race Kart), and Cruz Murphy
(Yard Kart) all claimed wins. Legit Speedway Park will once again
sit idle next Saturday, July 25 before hosting the COMP Cams Super
Dirt Series on Saturday, August 1 for the 'Larry Phillips Memorial,'
which will boast a $5,075 top prize for the ground-pounding Super
Late Models! | more
BACK IN VICTORY LANE AT LEGIT; POCKETS $5,000 TOP PRIZE!
Firecracker Classic Wins Go To Tosh, Crigler, Moore,
Tiger, Baldridge, & Roy
4, 2020 --- The annual running of the 'Firecracker Classic'
took center stage at Legit Speedway Park over the Independence Day
holiday weekend, as a strong contingent of Super Stock drivers piled
into the West Plains, Missouri oval to do battle in the 'Midwest
Super Stock Challenge.' Last week's warmup winner Richie Tosh once
again emerged victorious to pocket the $5,000 windfall ahead of
Kevin Salter, Jeremy Russell, Donnie Miller, and Chuck Knight. Other
winner's throughout the weekend included Sawyer Crigler (IMCA Mod),
Robby Moore (Late Model), Dustin Tiger (Hobby Stock), Brandon Baldridge
(USRA B-Mod), and Ray Roy (Bone Stock). Legit Speedway Park will
sit idle over the July 10-11 weekend before $5.00 Night at the speedway
on Saturday, July 18, which features all classes in racing action
plus youth go-karts. | more
TOSH TAKES HOME $750 IN SUPER STOCK SPECIAL!
Veteran's Night Wins Go To McCowan, Tosh, Crigler,
Moore, Tiger, & Roy
27, 2020 --- Following a weekend of sitting idle, Legit
Speedway Park roared back to life tonight with all classes in racing
action in a special Veteran's Night program. The Super Stocks paid
extra money this week and Richie Tosh was able to bring home the
$750 payday ahead of Tony Anglin, Paul Belken, Kris Lloyd, and Austin
Vincent. Other winner's on the evening included Dillon McCowan (USRA
B-Mod), Sawyer Crigler (IMCA Mod), Robby Moore (Late Model), Dustin
Tiger (Hobby Stock), and Ray Roy (Bone Stock). Up next at the West
Plains, Missouri oval will be the annual 'Firecracker Classic' weekend
from July 2-4 featuring the 'Midwest Super Stock Challenge,' which
boasts a hefty $5,000 top prize! |
CRIGLER, WILKEY, & STINER TAKE JUNE 13 CHECKERS!
Matt Covington Tops ASCS Warrior/Mid-South Challenge
At Legit Speedway Park
13, 2020 --- After a little bit of a snafu Friday night,
Matt Covington was running on all eight cylinders Saturday as the
driver of the A-Rock Materials/Lucas Oil No. 95 captured his second
ASCS sanctioned victory of the season. Topping the matchup between
the Racinboys.com ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs,
Awnings, and Wraps and the ASCS Mid-South Region at Legit Speedway
Park, Covington's victory marks the first time he's topped the podium
with the Warrior Region, and the second with the Mid-South Region.
Leading all 25 revolutions, the A-Feature went non-stop
with Covington stretching his advantage to 3.450 seconds over fellow
Glenpool, Okla. driver, Brandon Anderson. Overcoming truck issues
to make the trip, Ernie Ainsworth captured the final podium step
with Ayrton Gennetten and Chase Randall, making up the top five.
Miles Paulus moved from ninth to sixth with Iowa's Riley Goodno
seventh. Austin O'Neal, Dustin Barks, and Brad Bowden completed
the top ten. | more
POINTS ACTION GETS UNDERWAY AT LEGIT SPEEDWAY PARK!
Robby Moore Leads Long List of Winners at West Plains
6, 2020 --- Weekly points action finally got underway tonight
at Legit Speedway Park in a show presented by the Midwest Walnut
Company of Willow Springs, Missouri. Robby Moore took the victory
in the Tooley Estate & Auction Late Model division and led a
long list of winners tonight at the West Plains, Missouri 3/8-mile
oval. Other winners on the night included Jeff Taylor (Holiday Inn
Express IMCA Modified), Kevin Salter (Mayfield Auto Repair Super
Stock), Brandon Baldridge (Reliable Chevrolet USRA B-Mod), John
Stiner (Checkered Flag Truck Repair Hobby Stock), Ray Roy (Domino's
Pizza Bone Stock), Chase Barry (Midwest Walnut Race Kart), and Crew
Murphy (Midwest Walnut Yard Kart). Thanks to everyone who came out
to the track tonight for our first points race of the 2020 racing
season! | more
TO BUSINESS 30 AT LEGIT SPEEDWAY PARK GOES TO STOVALL!
Next Scheduled Event at West Plains Oval will be Saturday,
24, 2020 --- The West Plains Resaw Back To Business 30
started the night scheduled to pay $4,000 to the winner of the COMP
Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) Super Late Model finale at Legit
Speedway Park. However, moments into the show, Carl Moyer and Karl
Chevrolet upped the stakes by adding $5,000 to the winner’s
prize to push the victor’s take to $9,000. When the final
checkered flag dropped it was Missouri’s own Jesse Stovall,
who took the expanded win in his Black Diamond Race Car No. 00 Scott
Bailey Racing Engine entry.
Stovall ran second for much of the event before snaring
the top spot from early leader and New Vision Graphics Pole Sitter,
Logan Martin in lapped traffic on lap 14. From there Stovall survived
multiple challenges from Martin to take the win. “After losing
two races on the last lap in Louisiana to start the year with the
COMP Cams Series, it’s redeeming to get to Victory Lane here
tonight,” an emotional Stovall said in Victory Lane. “I
want to say a special thanks to everyone who put this weekend together
and especially the Karl Chevrolet people for adding $5,000 to the
winner’s check, spur of the moment. This is a big win for
my team and I.” | more
CASEBOLT CLAIMS $10,000 IN BACK TO THE FUTURE 50!
Action Continues with Sunday Night $4,000-To-Win Event
23, 2020 --- For 42 laps Steve Casebolt was on cruise control
in Saturday night’s Missouri Hardwoods Back To The Future
50 at Legit Speedway Park. However, the Indiana racer had to earn
his money during the final eight circuits of the $10,000-to-win
affair. Surviving late-race charges from both Kent Robinson and
Payton Looney, Casebolt raced to his first-career, COMP Cams Super
Dirt Series victory.
“Things got kind of wild after that last restart.
I was wondering who the 15 car on the scoreboard was, and then all
of the sudden K-Rob (Kent Robinson) shot to my outside,” Casebolt
shared. “We got together there off turn four. I needed this
win bad, and I hope Kent isn’t mad at me. I’d expect
him to do the same thing tomorrow if the roles are reversed."
Casebolt concluded by saying, “It’s kind of crazy to
realize that I just won a $10,000 race on Memorial Day weekend at
West Plains.” | more