Charging from sixth, fast qualifier Ryan Timmons (Pleasant Hill, CA) topped the non-point USAC West Coast Sprint Car debut at Placerville Speedway. Racing the family owned #29T Timmons Auto Truck & Repair / Evergood Fine Foods CS9, Timmons took advantage of a “Wild” Billy Aton bobble to lead the final twelve laps of the “Prospector Pandemonium.” Ryan earned his third career series win over Jake Morgan, Aton, Kaleb Montgomery, and Oregon’s Rob Lindsey.
Racing from third, Scotty Farmer (Brisbane, Australia) took command on lap fifteen and sailed to his first non-point USAC Western States and BCRA Midget win at Placerville Speedway. Driving the Six8 Motorsports’ #68 PAC Springs / Wilwood Disc Brakes Stewart, Farmer inherited the lead of the “Prospector Pandemonium” after a spin knocked Alex Schutte from contention. Brody Fuson, hard charger C.J. Sarna, Frankie Guerrini, and fast qualifier Shannon McQueen rounded out the top-five drivers.
This Saturday, October 10th, the USAC West Coast Sprint Cars will make their debut at Placerville Speedway. Located on the El Dorado County Fairgrounds, the quarter-mile’s non-point “Prospector Pandemonium” also features the USAC Western States and BCRA Midgets along with the BCRA Midget Lites. […]
The officials of Placerville Speedway and Matt Wood Racing are excited to announce the second annual Elk Grove Ford “Hangtown 100” will run as scheduled on Thursday-Saturday November 19th, 20th and 21st. […]