ILLINOIS MIDGET SPEED WEEKEND COMING NEXT WEEK

Belleville, IL. (07/19/2020) Quickly transforming into a marquee event on the POWRi calendar, the SPEED WEEKEND is looking promising. A thrilling three-race swing throughout the state of Illinois, the 2020 SPEED WEEKEND is only one week away from action with the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League and the POWRi Engler Machine & Tool Micro Sprint League. From Jacksonville Speedway to Lincoln Speedway, the teams will be tested across three nights at three unique tracks as they travel through the state of Illinois.

It all begins on Friday, July 31 at Jacksonville Speedway. The ¼ mile dirt track is located on the Morgan County Fairgrounds in Jacksonville, IL. This will be the first time that any POWRi series has visited the historic ¼ mile track in the 2020 race season.

On Saturday, August 1, both POWRi series visit the “Mighty Macon” Speedway. Which is stated to be the “World’s fastest 1/5-mile dirt track.” The last time POWRi Midgets attended the unique grounds on September 14, 2019 Logan Seavey came out on top. The 2019 event also marked Chad Elliot as a winner for the POWRi Engler Machine & Tool Micro Sprint League.

The final night on Sunday, August 2 when the SPEED WEEKEND concludes at Lincoln Speedway. The tight ¼ mile semi banked dirt oval has established many winners. The most recent winner being Tyler Courtney, on August 16, 2019. The last time the POWRi Engler Machine & Tool Micros visited the historic Lincoln, IL speedway was in 2017. Both races in 2018 and 2019 resulted in a rain out. The driver that topped the charts in 2017 was Nick Howard.

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Friday, July 31 at Jacksonville Speedway (Jacksonville, IL):
Pit Gates Open – 1:00 P.M.
Driver Registration – 3:30 to 5:30 P.M.
Drivers Meeting – 5:45 P.M.
Hot Laps – 6:15 P.M.
Racing to follow

Saturday, August 1 at Macon Speedway (Macon, IL):
POWRi Midgets/Micros, PLM, PROMOD, SPORTS
Pit Gates Open – All Day
Driver Registration – 3:30 to 5:15 P.M.
Drivers Meeting – 5:30 P.M.
Hot Laps – 6:00 P.M.
Racing to follow

Sunday, August 2 at Lincoln Speedway (Lincoln, IL):
POWRi Midgets/Micros, PLM, MOD, PROMOD, HORNET
Pit Gates Open – All Day
Driver Registration – 3:30 to 5:15 P.M.
Drivers Meeting – 5:30 P.M.
Hot Laps – 6:00 P.M.
Racing to follow

Rico Races To Another MOWA Win At Lincoln Speedway

(Lincoln, IL) Lincoln Speedway was back at it again this past Friday night, July 17 as the Built Ford Tough MOWA Sprint Cars delivered by Morrow Brothers made their only appearance of the year. 30 stout sprint car competitors were pitside in addition to racing from five other divisions.

Paul Nienhiser, the 2019 MOWA champion led lap one of the 25-lap feature event. The driver everyone had their eyes on was California wheelman, Rico Abreu, who came from the back of his heat race to claim victory. In the feature, Abreu took the top spot from Nienhiser on lap number two before yellow waved for the first time. As the race wore on, Abreu worked traffic and Nienhiser closed to challenge. After a several lap battle, Abreu was able to clear lap traffic and pull away down the stretch. At the checkered, it was Abreu taking the win for the second year in-a-row, while Dominic Scelzi ended up taking the second spot. Nienhiser took third, while Shane Stewart and Zach Daum rounded out the top five.

Last week’s Modified feature winner, Brian Diveley, and many time champion, Brian Lynn started up front in the 20-lap Modified feature. Diveley was able to lead lap one before Lynn raced by him. Lynn went on to lead the rest of the way, while Diveley stayed close enough to keep him honest. Nick Neville came across the line in third, while Jeremy Nichols was fourth, and Tommy Sheppard, Jr. was fifth. For Lynn, it was his first win of the season as he closed on his son, Austin’s, point lead who had a rough night for the first time this season.

DIRTcar Pro Late Model drivers, Jake Little and Brandon Eskew had another one of their classic battles up front. Slider-after-slider, the two diced for the lead while pulling away. Eskew led most of the laps until lap 14, when Little made his move. It ended up being the final move as Little was able to separate himself from the pack. At the checkered, it was Little claiming his second victory of the year, while Eskew, Roben Huffman, Ryan Little, and Cody Maguire completed the top five.

Andy Baugh, the perennial favorite, raced into the early lead during the 15-lap Nutech Seed DII Midget feature. Behind him, a number of drivers were showing some strength, including Cody Gerdes who stepped up in the late going. At the end, however, it was the Mason City, IL driver, Baugh, claiming yet another win. Gerdes, Corey Weyandt, Dave Baugh, and Kevin Battefeld finished off the top five.

The DIRTcar Hornet drivers put on yet another good show to finish out the night. Dallas Strauch started third but took the lead early on. The East Peoria, IL driver ended up claiming the feature victory but Mike Foster and Brady Reed were closing quickly at the end. Billy Mason and Steve Huffman finished off the top five.

The KidModz were on hand for their only 2020 visit. Audrew Gerberding led until a spin during the final laps. After the restart, Brenden Heizer was strong enough to hang onto the victory.

The Abraham Lincoln Quarter Midget Association had a number of competitors on hand, displaying their rides and taking a few laps in front of the grandstands at intermission. The show was well received.

Lincoln Speedway will be off next weekend to prepare for the POWRi Illinois Midget SPEEDWEEKend on Sunday, August 2. Joining the POWRi Midgets and Micros will be Pro Late Models, Modifieds, and Hornets. Two weeks later, the Summer Nationals will be in town.

For more information, visit www.lincolnspeedwayil.com.

FEATURE RUNDOWNS (Top 10’s) 

MOWA Sprint Cars 

1) #24 Rico Abreu 2) #41s Dominic Scelzi 3) #9x Paul Nienhiser 4) #71 Shane Stewart 5) #31 Zach Daum 6) #23B Brian Bell 7) #21 Kameron Key 8) #47 Terry Babb 9) #79J Jacob Patton 10) #29 Brayton Lynch

DIRTcar Pro Late Models 

1) 2 +1 Jake Little Springfield, IL 38J 2) 1 -1 Brandon Eskew Ashland, IL 11E 3) 5 +2 Roben Huffman Midland City, IL 33H 4) 4 – Ryan Little Springfield, IL 38L 5) 6 +1 Cody Maguire Carlinville, IL 32M 6) 3 -3 Braden Bilger Jacksonville, IL 17B 7) 10 +3 Zac Kuhel Pekin, IL 2K 8) (DNF) 8 – Colby Sheppard Williamsville, IL 27 9) (DNF) 11 +2 Isaiah Sweitzer Lincoln, IL 5S 10) (DNF) 7 -3 Steven Reinacher Pocahontas, IL 7

DIRTcar Modifieds

1) 2 +1 Brian Lynn Mason City, IL 14 2) 1 -1 Brian Diveley Springfield, IL 11D 3) 10 +7 Nick Neville Mackinaw, IL 555 4) 4 – Jeremy Nichols Lovington, IL J24 5) 13 +8 Tommy Sheppard Jr New Berlin, IL T6 6) 6 – Casey Lappin Bartonville, IL 48 7) 7 – Jeff Ray Springfield, IL 78 8) 11 +3 Brandon Roberts Ashland, IL 35 9) 3 -6 Trevor Neville Mackinaw, IL 777 10) 8 -2 Austin Lynn Mason City, IL 72A

Nutech Seed DII Midgets

1) 1 – Andy Baugh Mason City, IL 37 2) 7 +5 Cody Gerdes Eureka, IL 5G 3) 10 +7 Corey Weyandt Springfield, IL 7X 4) 8 +4 Dave Baugh Bloomington, IL 7B 5) 5 – Kevin Battefeld Lewistown, IL 42 6) 9 +3 John Heitzman San Jose, IL 00 7) 3 -4 Will Armitage Athens, IL 51R 8) 11 +3 Kelli Harter Dawson, IL 22K 9) (DNF) 2 -7 Brent Burrows Lewistown, IL 51 10) (DNF) 4 -6 Mark McMahill Peoria, IL 57

DIRTcar Hornets

1) 4 +3 Dallas Strauch East Peoria, IL 24D 2) 7 +5 Mike Foster Pekin, IL 28F 3) 10 +7 Brady Reed Decatur, IL 32B 4) 2 -2 Billy Mason Brownstown, IL 357 5) 9 +4 Steve Huffman Clinton, IL T82 6) 3 -3 Jimmy Dutlinger Hanna City, IL 28 7) 1 -6 Eldon Hemken Sorento, IL WHO 8) 14 +6 Erik Vanapeldoorn Clinton, IL E77 9) 11 +2 James Womeldorff Pekin, IL 22W 10) 5 -5 Bill Basso Athens, IL 44

KidModz 

1) Brenden Heizer 2) Audrey Gerberding

IT IS RACEDAY AT LINCOLN SPEEDWAY!

It’s the 2020 season opener for MOWA Sprint Cars, tonight at Lincoln Speedway. Tickets and pit passes available on raceday. Full details below…

**LINCOLN SPEEDWAY**
Friday, July 17
MOWA 410 Winged Sprint Cars 2020 Season Opener + Full Show

Divisions:
*Built Ford Tough Midwest Open Wheel Association Delivered By Morrow Brothers Ford, Inc. 410 Winged Sprints
*DIRTcar Racing Pro Late Models
*DIRTcar Modifieds
*NuTech Seed, LLC DII Midgets
*DIRTcar Hornets
*KidModz Racing Series

Times:
Pits: 3:00
Stands: 5:00
Local Pill Draw Ends: 5:45
Hot laps: 6:00
Racing: 7:00

Grandstand Pricing:
Adults – $18
Children 11 & Under – Free

Pit passes and tickets will be sold at the gate on race day.

Live PPV https://portal.stretchinternet.com/lincolnspeedway/

Hotels:
Hampton by Hilton – Lincoln IL
Comfort Inn & Suites – Lincoln IL
Call the hotel and mention the Lincoln Speedway discount

MOWA Sprint Cars To Open 2020 Season Friday Night At Lincoln Speedway

Rico Abreu Looking For Second Straight Win At Track

(Lincoln, IL) After a long wait, the Built Ford Tough MOWA Sprint Cars presented by Morrow Brothers are finally ready to get their 2020 season underway. The popular tour will race for the first time in 2020, this Friday, July 17 at Lincoln Speedway, in Lincoln, IL. The track’s weekly classes will also be in action.

Last season, Paul Nienhiser claimed the point championship for the MOWA Sprints, while Lincoln, IL’s Cory Bruns was second in the standings. Kyle Schuett, Jacob Patton, and Jeremy Standridge were the rest of the top five in points.

At the 2019 Lincoln Speedway event, popular sprint car driver, Rico Abreu, claimed the win, while Parker Price-Miller, Jason Keith, Jordan Goldesberry, and Austin McCarl rounded out the top five. 27 drivers were on hand.

Abreu, from St. Helena, CA, will be looking to win his second in-a-row at the track this Friday night. Abreu is coming off an Ohio Speedweek win, last week, with the All Star Sprints at Muskingum County Speedway. Abreu will have his work cut out for him against the Central Illinois contingent.

Racing in the DIRTcar Pro Late Model class has been top notch with a handful of drivers racing hard for wins each week. Ashland, IL’s Brandon Eskew and Springfield, IL’s Jake Little are tied at the top of the standings and it looks like one of those two drivers will take this year’s championship, having a 70 point lead on the rest of the pack. Eskew has won two features, while Little has claimed one. Teammates Dakota Ewing and Jose Parga have claimed the other two wins this season. Roben Huffman, Braden Bilger, and Colby Sheppard complete the top five in points.

The fields of Modifieds have been great, averaging 22 per night over the first five nights. Mason City, IL driver, Austin Lynn, leads the standings by 32 over his dad, Brian. While it’s definitely not insurmountable, the elder Lynn will have his work cut out for him as he looks to add to his record number of track championships at the speedway. Ray Bollinger, Donovan Lodge, and Brian Diveley round out the top five in points. Feature winners this year include A. Lynn (1), Bollinger (2), Lodge (1), and Diveley (1).

Mark McMahill leads the standings in the Nutech Seed DII  Midget class and has been close to finding victory lane. Will Armitage has found victory lane and is second in the points, while Tyler Roth is third, despite a rollover last weekend. Dave Baugh and nephew, Andy Baugh, are fourth and fifth. Andy Baugh has won three of the four features this year but was not in attendance the other night, which leaves him 40 points behind in the championship chase. This week’s Nutech Seed Front Row Challenge is at $200, after it was claimed two races ago.

Rounding out the weekly contingent of racers is the DIRTcar Hornet class, which has been strong every week. Clinton, IL driver, Erik Vanapeldoorn, is the point leader in the class but by only six over Dallas Strauch.  Brady Reed is third, while David Lauritson is fourth and Jimmy Dutlinger fifth. The top four in the standings have each won a feature this year. Part-time Lincoln Speedway racer, Joe Reed has also claimed a feature win. The top three in the standings are within a meager six points of one another.

Rounding out Friday’s busy card will be the KidModz and a special lap from the Abraham Lincoln Quarter Midget kids.

Pits open Friday at 3:00, grandstands at 4:00, local division pill draw will end at 5:50, hotlaps begin at 6:00, and racing will take the green at 7:00. Grandstand admission is $18, while kids 11 and under are free.

About Lincoln Speedway:

For more information on the track, follow Lincoln Speedway online at www.lincolnspeedwayil.com, on Facebook (www.facebook.com/LincolnILSpeedway), and Twitter (@LincolnILSpdwy).  Updates are also available by calling the Track Enterprises office at 217-764-3200.

Lincoln Speedway is located at the Logan County Fairgrounds, in Lincoln, IL.  The physical address is 1408 Short 11th St., Lincoln, IL 62656.  Lincoln Speedway races a number of UMP classes as well as specials on a near bi-weekly schedule of Friday and Sunday evenings.  Lincoln Speedway is a proud member of the Contingency Connection’s $150,000 Racer Rewards Program.

CURRENT STANDINGS (Top 10’s)

DIRTcar Pro Late Models

Pos # First Name Last Name City State Points Gap
1 11E Brandon Eskew Ashland IL 288 0
2 38J Jake Little Springfield IL 288 0
3 33H Roben Huffman Midland City IL 218 70
4 17B Braden Bilger Jacksonville IL 198 90
5 27 Colby Sheppard Williamsville IL 192 96
6 25 Brendan Patterson Springbay IL 180 108
7 2K Zac Kuhel Pekin IL 174 114
8 25 Dakota Ewing Warrensburg IL 168 120
9 6 Jose Parga New Berlin IL 162 126
10 97 Michael Marden Monee IL 156 132


DIRTcar Modifieds

Pos # First Name Last Name City State Points Gap
1 72A Austin Lynn Mason City IL 278 0
2 14 Brian Lynn Mason City IL 246 32
3 77 Ray Bollinger Kewanee IL 224 54
4 32 Donovan Lodge Andover IL 222 56
5 11D Brian Diveley Springfield IL 212 66
6 35 Brandon Roberts Ashland IL 182 96
7 37 Derrick Carlson Murrayville IL 176 102
8 3 Mike Brooks Peoria IL 176 102
9 48 Casey Lappin Bartonville IL 136 142
10 777 Trevor Neville Mackinaw IL 132 146


Nutech Seed DII Midgets

Pos # First Name Last Name City State Points Gap
1 57 Mark McMahill Peoria IL 220 0
2 51R Will Armitage Athens IL 210 10
3 18 Tyler Roth Springfield IL 204 16
4 7B Dave Baugh Bloomington IL 194 26
5 37 Andy Baugh Mason City IL 180 40
6 22K Kelli Harter Dawson IL 164 56
7 19E Daltyn England Springfield IL 150 70
8 17 Jace Sparks Crystal Lake IL 146 74
9 43 John Heitzman San Jose IL 138 82
10 24 Scott Koerner Joliet IL 106 114


DIRTcar Hornets

Pos # First Name Last Name City State Points Gap
1 E77 Erik Vanapeldoorn Clinton IL 286 0
2 24D Dallas Strauch East Peoria IL 280 6
3 32B Brady Reed Decatur IL 280 6
4 15 David Lauritson Normal IL 196 90
5 28 Jimmy Dutlinger Hanna City IL 186 100
6 28F Mike Foster Pekin IL 184 102
7 22W James Womeldorff Pekin IL 184 102
8 44 Bill Basso Athens IL 182 104
9 357 Billy Mason Brownstown IL 164 122
10 1 Cook Crawford Lincoln IL 164 122

Ewing & Diveley Among Top Lincoln Speedway Winners Friday

(Lincoln, IL) For the fifth Friday night in-a-row, entertainment was on center stage at the Logan County Fairgrounds ¼-mile dirt track, Lincoln Speedway. Another strong turnout of cars put on a great show for the fans in the stands.

The most exciting feature of the night came from the DIRTcar Pro Late Models. 17 drivers took the green flag with Jose Parga leading the way for the early laps. Teammate Dakota Ewing was pressuring up front and took the lead away on lap five. Parga ran in the top five until he spun while trying to pass a lap car in turn one, on lap eleven. Back to green, it was Ewing and Brandon Eskew putting on some top notch entertainment at the front of the pack. Slidejob after slidejob, the two drivers were racing hard for the lead. Eventually, Ewing set sail over the final laps to claim the feature victory. Following the Warrensburg, IL driver were Eskew, Jake Little, Tommy Sheppard, and Roben Huffman.

The DIRTcar Modifieds had another stout field on hand with Brian Diveley and Mike Brooks starting up front. Diveley, a former Big Ten Super Late Model champion, has been strong in his Modified this year but had yet to find victory lane. The changed on this night, as the Springfield driver was flawless at the front and was able to stretch his lead at the end. Brooks came home an impressive second, while Brian Lynn, Austin Lynn, and Sheppard completed the top five.

In DIRTcar Street Stock action, competitors had a tough go of it at the start with a few drivers eliminated from early crashes. The most severe was Rudy Zaragoza’s #67 after he and Andy Zahnd collided coming down the backstretch. That handed the lead to Terry Reed, who claimed a win on opening night. Reed, a Cerro Gordo, IL resident, took his second win of the year at Lincoln, while Jaret Duff, Zahnd, Jeremy Madsen, and Wes Biesenthal finished off the top five.

Mark McMahill looked to be the man to beat in the early going of the 15-lap Nutech Seed DII Midget feature event. However, perennial favorite, Andy Baugh, made his move to the inside with about five to go to take the lead away. The Mason City driver claimed his third win of the season, while McMahill, Korey Weyant, Will Armitage, and Jace Sparks were in the top five. The Nutech Seed Front Row Challenge was unclaimed and the bonus will be $200 next Friday night.

Decatur, IL driver, Brady Reed, raced into the early lead and never looked back in the DIRTcar Hornet feature event. Dallas Strauch was able to hang onto second, while Joe Reed raced from tenth to third. Erik Vanapeldoorn took the fourth spot while Eldon Hemken finished fifth.

Lincoln Speedway will be back at it next Friday, July 17 as the Built Ford Tough MOWA 410 Winged Sprint Cars open up their 2020 racing season. DIRTcar Pro Late Models, Modifieds, Nutech Seed DII Midgets, Hornets, and KidModz will also be in action.

For more information, visit www.lincolnspeedwayil.com.

FEATURE RESULTS (Top 10’s) 

DIRTcar Pro Late Models 

(1) 1 – Dakota Ewing Warrensburg, IL 25 (2) 4 +2 Brandon Eskew Ashland, IL 11E (3) 6 +3 Jake Little Springfield, IL 38J (4) 3 -1 Tommy Sheppard Jr New Berlin, IL 27 (5) 8 +3 Roben Huffman Midland City, IL 33H (6) 5 -1 Blake Damery Blue Mound, IL 10 (7) 17 +10 Cody Maguire Carlinville, IL 32M (8) 13 +5 Ryan Little Springfield, IL 38L (9) 2 -7 Jose Parga New Berlin, IL 6P (10) 12 +2 Zac Kuhel Pekin, IL 2K

DIRTcar Modifieds

(1) 2 +1 Brian Diveley Springfield, IL 11D (2) 3 +1 Mike Brooks Peoria, IL (3) 3 5 +2 Brian Lynn Mason City, IL 14 (4) 12 +8 Austin Lynn Mason City, IL 72A (5) 1 -4 Tommy Sheppard Jr New Berlin, IL T6 (6) 7 +1 Donovan Lodge Andover, IL 32L (7) 11 +4 Steve Stotler O’fallon, MO 16S (8) 18 +10 Austin Charron Peoria, IL 83 (9) 9 – Trevor Neville Mackinaw, IL 777 (10) 4 -6 Rick Weitekamp Springfield, IL 89W

DIRTcar Street Stocks 

(1) 4 +3 Terry Reed Cerro Gordo, IL 5 (2) 5 +3 Jaret Duff Maroa, IL 21 (3) 2 -1 Andy Zahnd White Heath, IL 2Z (4) 9 +5 Jeremy Madsen Pawnee, IL 44J (5) 3 -2 Wes Biesenthal Athens, IL 14 (6) 7 +1 Shawn Ziemer Boody, IL 23Z (7) 8 +1 Dustin Reed Decatur, IL 21R (8) (DNF) 1 -7 Rudy Zaragoza Jacksonville, IL 67 (9) (DNF) 10 +1 Carter Dart Springfield, IL D7 (10) (DNF) 6 -4 Michael Jackson Concord, IL 89

Nutech Seed DII Midgets

(1) 2 +1 Andy Baugh Mason City, IL 37 (2) 1 -1 Mark McMahill Peoria, IL 57 (3) 6 +3 Korey Weyant Springfield, IL 7X (4) 4 – Will Armitage Athens, IL 51R (5) 7 +2 Jace Sparks Crystal Lake, IL 17 (6) 5 -1 Dave Baugh Bloomington, IL 7B (7) 9 +2 John Heitzman San Jose, IL 00 (8) (DNF) 11 +3 Daltyn England Springfield, IL 19E (9) (DNF) 3 -6 Tyler Roth Springfield, IL 18 (10) (DNF) 8 -2 Kelli Harter Dawson, IL 22K

DIRTcar Hornets

(1) 2 +1 Brady Reed Decatur, IL 32B (2) 1 -1 Dallas Strauch East Peoria, IL 24D (3) 10 +7 Joe Reed Decatur, IN K9 (4) 11 +7 Erik Vanapeldoorn Clinton, IL E77 (5) 3 -2 Eldon Hemken Sorento, IL WHO2 (6) 5 -1 Nick Johnson Bartonville, IL 30J (7) 8 +1 Billy Mason Brownstown, IL 357 (8) 13 +5 Mike Foster Pekin, IL 28F (9) 12 +3 Kyle Harper Metamora, IL 37H (10) 15 +5 Jimmy Dutlinger Hanna City, IL 28

It is RACE DAY at Lincoln Speedway!

We are off to a great start for the 2020 racing season. After the first four events were canceled due to COVID-19, speedway officials decided to run every week, for the first six Fridays, to make up what was lost. The decision has worked out nicely as great fields of cars, solid crowds, and great racing has been a mainstay. It all continues this tonight with five divisions of action.

Friday, July 10th

Divisions:
DIRTcar Pro Late Models
DIRTcar Modifieds
Nutech Seed DII Midgets
DIRTcar Street Stocks
DIRTcar Hornets

Street Stocks Bonus money has been added to the drivers with the top five best average finishes between Lincoln tonight ant Macon Speedway tomorrow night. $125-$100-$75-$50-$25

Times:
Pits: 3:00
Stands: 5:00
Local Pill Draw Ends: 5:50
Hot laps: 6:00
Racing: 7:00

Grandstand Pricing:
Adults – $15
Children 11 & Under – Free

Tickets as well as all pit passes will be sold at track on race day

Hotels:
Hampton by Hilton – Lincoln IL
Comfort Inn & Suites – Lincoln IL
Click on link to order online or call the hotel and mention the Lincoln Speedway discount

Live PPV: https://portal.stretchinternet.com/lincolnspeedway/

About Lincoln Speedway:

For more information on the track, follow Lincoln Speedway online at www.lincolnspeedwayil.com, on Facebook (www.facebook.com/LincolnILSpeedway), and Twitter (@LincolnILSpdwy). Updates are also available by calling the Track Enterprises office at 217-764-3200.

Lincoln Speedway is located at the Logan County Fairgrounds, in Lincoln, IL. The physical address is 1408 Short 11th St., Lincoln, IL 62656. Lincoln Speedway races a number of UMP classes as well as specials on a near bi-weekly schedule of Friday and Sunday evenings. Lincoln Speedway is a proud member of the Contingency Connection’s $150,000 Racer Rewards Program.