BRANDEIS MIDWEST SPRINTS HEAD TO PARAGON SPEEDWAY

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     Haubstadt, IN - May 29, 2019 -  The BRANDEIS Midwest Sprint Car Series will be racing on Friday night only this weekend.  The May 31st Special Event follows a three-for-all last weekend that had the series racing at three tracks in Indiana on consecutive nights.  This time the race teams will travel to race at the Paragon Speedway.  The track is located on Old Highway 67 at Paragon, IN.

 

     Special Event or Encore Performance?  Fans will want to see all the action.  The program will feature the MSCS sprints in a complete program.  But there is more!  More sprint car racing!  Promoter Joe Spiker will also be presenting the Paragon Sprints.  The MSCS feature will pay $2,000 to win!  The Paragon Sprints feature will pay $500 to win.  Drivers registering with MSCS will not be able to compete in the Paragon Sprints portion of the program.

 

     MSCS has raced at Paragon Speedway before.  Records indicate that the series was at the 3/8 mile high banked track in both 2010 and 2011.  The occasion was the annual Chuck Amati Classic which had mid June dates.  This year the series is scheduled to return to Paragon on Thursday July 4th and again on August 16th.

 

     Kyle Cummins currently leads the BRANDEIS MSCS Points standings.  The 4 time champion captured the first feature held this season and then took a second win this past Sunday night.  Brady Short has moved up to second in points.  He is looking for that first victory after returning to full time competition with the series this season.  Stephen Schnapf, Donny Brackett, and Brandon Mattox round out the top five in points.  Chayse Hayhurst leads the Rookie Standings.  Rookie Kyle Hathaway currently ranks second. 

 

     Racing this Friday night will begin at 7:30.  Hot laps start at 6:30 P. M.  Fans filling the stands will see some very competitive racing.  In the prior four races only 4 drivers have managed to repeat as top five finishers.  Those four are Kyle Cummins, Kevin Thomas Jr., Stephen Schapf, and defending champ Carson Short.  Sixty different drivers have competed with the BRANDEIS MSCS Sprints so far this season.

 

Provided as News and Information for MSCS.   

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