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MUST SEE RACING TO AWARD WEEKLY TOP FACEBOOK FAN



The new Must See Racing Facebook page, launched last week, will recognize a top fan each week. Go to www.facebook.com/mustseeracing
 
Each week the top fan, as ranked by Booshaka, will become eligible to be entered into a drawing. One random winner will be drawn from all entries to become the Grand Prize winner. Prizes include race tickets to the Xtreme Speed Challenge at Winchester Speedway on May 20, 2012. Open to all Facebook Fans that 'Like' Must See Racing on Facebook and are 16 years of age or older.
 
To be eligible to become a Top Fan you must meet the following criteria:
1.    Like Must See Racing on Facebook.
2.    Contribute through posts, comments, and likes.
3.    Receive points for the quality of your participation.
 
Participants share, like, and comment on posts made by Must See Racing on the official Must See Racing Facebook Page. The more you interact, the more chances you have to increase your ranking amongst all fans of Must See Racing. You can see your ranking and how your friends are ranked that are also fans of Must See Racing on Facebook by clicking the "Top Fans" tab at the top of the Must See Racing Facebook page. You can also share your ranking to your own personal page as well as send a Tweet to brag about your rank.

Must See Racing is not responsible for the ranking of fans as determined by the Booshaka Facebook App.

Eligibility: Open to all fans of Must See Racing 16 & over that 'Like' Must See Racing on Facebook. No purchase necessary. Must See Racing officials and their families, sponsors, tracks, car owners and/or drivers are not eligible for this contest. Pages that 'Like' Must See Racing on Facebook and are associated with companies, whether they are Must See Racing promotional partners or not, will not be eligible for contest.

Rules: Each week the fan who is ranked #1 will be entered into the drawing for the Grand Prize Pack. If same fan is ranked #1 multiple weeks in a row, the Top Fan will be chosen from those next lowest in ranking and has not already been entered into the drawing.

Length of Contest: April 30-May 14, 2012.  Drawing to be held on or about midnight May 14 from all eligible entries.

Prizes: 2 adult general admission tickets(valued at $50 total-no substitutions) to Xtreme Speed Challenge at Winchester Speedway to be held May 20, 2012, 2 Must See Racing Tshirts(up to adult XL), 2 Must See Racing Season Programs(1 MSRXSS 1 MSRSS), and 1 DVD of Winchester Event(to be shipped to winner). Winners will be notified no later than May 16. Tickets to Xtreme Speed Challenge as well as remaining prize pack will be available and must be picked up at Winchester Speedway box office between May 19-20, 2012. If Grand Prize Winner is unable to attend Must See Racing Xtreme Speed Challenge at Winchester Speedway on May 20, 2012, tickets to race shall be forfeited and other prizes will be mailed to winner. Winner is responsible for supplying valid mailing address within 48 hours of notification so that prizes can be delivered. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery of prizes.

BIOBASED.US TO OFFER WINNERS CIRCLE BONUS AT WINCHESTER


Holly, MI - April 21, 2012 - Don Wilshe and BIOBASED.US today announced that they will provide additional purse money for the Must See Racing Xtreme Sprint and Super Modified events at Winchester Speedway May 20. The ' Xtreme Speed Challenge ' will be highlighted by the debut of the new Must See Racing Super Modified Series with the return of Supers to Winchester after a 22 year absence.
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BIOBASED.US will provide the ' Winners Circle Bonus ' and will guarantee the winner of the Xtreme Sprint Car and Super Modified features $6,000 to win their respective features. In addition, BIOBASED.US will also provide $1,000 to the Fast Qualifier of the MSRSMS event.
 
The ' Xtreme Speed Challenge ' is shaping up to be arguably one of the biggest open wheel events of 2012. The TRUFUEL Must See Racing Xtreme Sprint Series will be competing in their third event of the 2012 season. The BIOBASED.US Must See Racing Super Modified Series will be competing in its inaugural event.
 
This event will offer the largest winners purse for both Must See Racing divisions in 2012 to date. The expanded purse monies should attract some of the top sprint car and super modified drivers in the country. There has also been added a $500 to the MSRXSS Fast Qualifier.
 
There will be an open practice one day before the event May 19 from 2 - 6 P.M. to give teams additional track time. The Full Throttle Modifieds and Vore's Welding FWD Compacts will also be part of this racing extravaganza.
 
BIOBASED.US has also pledged additional purse monies for the MSRSMS events at Auto City Speedway August 24 and Anderson Speedway October 6. The ' Winners Circle Bonus ' will now guarantee the winner $5,000 at both of these events. The Anderson Speedway race will feature a unique format of twin 50 lap features.
 
The pre-sale of tickets for the ' Xtreme Speed Challenge ' will go on sale April 23. Fans are encouraged to get tickets early to avoid long lines at the ticket window the day of the event. Call (248) 535-5575 to purchase tickets or log onto www.mustseeracing.com for additional details.

Fayard Sets Mobile Track Record

 

Two track speed records were shattered in the Open-Wheel Only Spectacular, Saturday night at Mobile International Speedway, A Rick Crawford Performance Track.

The evening got off to a fantastic start when six Must See Xtreme Sprint Cars surpassed Kevin Swindell's track record of 14.487 seconds - set in 2005. Todd Fayard, from nearby Saucier, MS, collected a $500 bonus when he emerged as the new track record holder with a lap of 13.919 seconds. Fayard was the only driver to crack the 13 second barrier.

Motorcyclist Robbie McClendon broke his own record of 21.330  set in August, by posting a 21.129 during qualifying on Saturday. This serves as a reminder as to why fans should get to the track as soon as possible the action starts long before the drop of the first green flag.



Must See Xtreme Sprint Car Series
 
Brian Olson took advantage of a front row starting position on his birthday to claim his first career Must See Xtreme Racing Sprint Car Series feature victory Saturday night at Mobile International Speedway. Olson piloted the Davey Hamilton Racing TRUFUEL entry into victory lane and collected the championship points lead for his efforts.
 
The laps ticked by at a blistering fast pace as Olson withstood a late race charge by Jason Cox. Cox appeared to have taken the lead from Olson on lap 20 but a caution had occurred just before the pass was completed. The break fell Olson’s way and he never looked back.

"With about ten laps to go, I was getting bottled up in lapped traffic and Jason got by me,” Olson said. “I caught a lucky break with the caution and got the lead back. After that I knew he was there and had to step it up - that's what I did and it paid off.

“This series is getting bigger and bigger and there are some really good drivers in it."
The three seven-lap heat races were won by Tim Cox, Jim Sheets, and Mickey Kempgens.

Cox Sets New Track Record


By Chuck Corder

Jason Cox set a new gold standard for Five Flags Speedway on Friday April 13th. The Park City, IL driver piloted his winged sprint to a blazing 13.783 seconds. It set a new speed record for us at 130.5956 miles per hour....

The reach of Five Flags Speedway never ceases to amaze.

Jason Cox of Park City, Ill., had heard all about the famed half-mile asphalt oval from late model drivers across the Midwest.

Now, the 19 year old has a place in Pensacola’s high banks distinguished history.


Cox not only set the fast time in qualifying for the Xtreme Sprint Series of Must See Racing, but posted a new track record when he turned a 13.783-second lap.

He topped the old time of 13.885 that was set two years ago by Brian Gringas, who was in the A-Main field Friday.

Tanner Swanson, another youngster, was the class of the entire 20-car field, and ran away with the A-main feature in his Must See Racing debut. Saucier, Miss., resident Todd Fayard finished fourth.

“That was so fast,” said Cox, who hails from just outside of Chicago. “It was one of those things where you can’t flat-foot it. To get the track record on a track I’ve never seen before? That’s pretty cool.”

“We have late model guys all around us and they’re always talking about the Snowball (Derby). I’m sure now this’ll be spread around.”

With the scoreboard timing malfunctioning, the transponders catch the new fast time for the young driver Jason Cox from Park City, Ill. He’s the first two put two laps in the 13s as his first lap was a blistering 13.918.

Despite the evening running a little late that didn’t stop an overflow crowd from sticking around to watch the exciting finish.

“It’s cool to see the stands packed,” Cox said. “It’s something different for them to see.”

Unfortunately Cox couldn’t parlay his time trials heights into success in the A-Main feature.

While Tanner Swanson had his No. 23 on a rail from wire-to-wire for the victory, Cox’s night ended quickly when he went for a spin on cold tires in Turn 2 before half-a-lap was completed in the 30-lap feature.

He smashed into the wall when Kody Swanson, Tanner’s brother, couldn’t avoid him. The Must See boys tried to start the race again, but Turn 2 turned to be a nightmare for the Xtreme Sprints drivers.

On the restart, it collected more carnage as another wreck occurred between Jo Jo Helberg and Hank Lower.

The 77-year-old Lower, who goes by the nickname of “Hurrying,” won a heat earlier in the night much to the delight of the Five Flags fans. The regulars always love seeing the grizzled veterans upset the young upstarts.

Brian Olson, who set the original fast time before Cox topped him, won the B-Main to work his way back into the A-Main and was looking to make it a sweep when he started fourth.

Olson had inch up to second 10 laps in.

Tanner Swanson ripping through lapped cars early and cruised from wire to wire.

Jimmy McCune made an incredible move on Lap 19 to get under Olson for second. Still, Swanson maintained a huge lead until another caution came out seconds later.

Nothing could stop him, though, as he held off McCune on the final lap to collect the first win of the Must See Racing Xtreme Sprints season.