USAC SPRINT CARS HEADLINE CENTRAL ARIZONA COLLEGE NIGHT AT THE RACES

USAC Non Wing Sprint Cars make their single season appearance to San Tan Fords Central Arizona Speedway this Saturday night in the first annual Central Arizona College night at the races. Last time to the high banked location Charles Davis Jr. claimed victory as he set the pace early and ran away with the win over Matt Rossi and RJ Johnson. This time current USAC leader RJ Johnson, Josh Pelkey and the rest of the non wing contingents have a different outcome planned as all of the south west best teams will join in the action at Arizonas most exciting track, Central Arizona Speedway.
Included in the Central Arizona

SAN TAN FORD MODIFIED CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON WINDS DOWN SATURDAY OCTOBER 10TH

Ricky Thornton Jr. will carry his story book season into Saturday nights feature at Central Arizona Speedway.  Thornton will be looking for valuable points as he nears his conquest of the 2015 San Tan Fords Modified Championship Series.  Thornton will have company however from the likes of other drivers who have claimed wins at CAS this year that include Tyler Mecl and John Morris Jr. along with IMCA track champ Chaz Baca Jr. and runner up Brian Schultz.  Don Earven who began a late season streak in 2014 at CAs will also be looking for his first win of 2015.

Super Stocks return as well with Rob Colclasure leading the

IMCA MODIFIED CHAMP NIGHT SEPTEMBER 26TH

As the San Tan Ford  Modifieds race their last night for IMCA points, consistent racing has kept 2 drivers in the lead of the division at CAS.  Chaz Baca Jr. and Brian Schultz both come into Saturday nights event tied for the lead with 357 points a piece, while Don Earven and Ricky Thornton Jr. only sit 6 and 8 points out of the lead.  Although track points and the San Tan Ford Modified Championship points do not end until the Desert Thunder Nationals, both Baca and Schultz will try and pull off the IMCA Championship on Saturday night.

X-Mods, Super Stocks, Pure Stocks and Modlites will all be in

C.C. 360 Sprint cars take aim at CAS this Saturday night along with San Tan Ford Modifieds, Supers, Pures ad Bombers.

Lonnie Oliver will try and string together a series of wins after taking the win last Saturday night at Arizona Speedway.  18 cc 360 cars amast cars in the race of the night with almost all cars finishing on the leap.

San tan Ford Mods ran topless  last week and saw RT20 take home another win and pulling  farther ahead in his point lead.

Super stocks return as well after along break. With

Pure stocks and Bombers will be lead by Jessica McGullam and Mark Farnes.

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ASCS WING SPRINT CARS HEADLINE NAPA NIGHT SATURDAY JULY 25TH

Racing resumes at the high bank of San Tan Fords Central Arizona Speedway in Casa Grande Saturday night July 25th.  Napa Autoparts present the ASCS Wing Sprint Car Stars as they challenge for mid summer supremacy along with X-Mods, Modlites, Pure Stocks and Bombers.

Reigning ASCS champ Rick Ziehl claimed the victory in the groups last meet at Central Arizona Speedway in May.  Lance Norick and Casey Buckman rounded out the podium.  At this point in the season, Rick Ziehl leads Ryan Linder, Lance Norick, Ream and Verville.  All of the top teams in the South West will be in attendance for Saturday nights event.

Ron Schreiner will lead the

FATHERS DAY FALLOUT HEATS UP SATURDAY NIGHT JUNE 20TH

The 2015 Fathers Day Fall out is upon us so treat dad to a night of racing with San Tan Ford Modifieds at Central Arizona Speedway this Saturday night. IMCA Modifieds, X-Mods, Modlites, Pure Stocks and Bombers heat up the desert night with high octane action. Also one lucky dad will be taking home a brand new 5 burner grill courtesy of San Tan Ford so keep your tickets upon entry.
Ricky Thornton Jr. who leads the San Tan Ford field will look to extend his lead and rebound at CAS as John Morris Jr and Tyler Mecl have taken the wins in the last 2 outings of

TORCO FUELS PRESENTS ASCS WING SPRINT CARS $1500 TO WIN

ASCS Wing Sprint Cars bring us back from the break at Central Arizona Speedway Saturday night May 30th at 7:00pm.  Rick Ziehl multiple time wing sprint car champion and reigning ASCS champion brought home the win in the season opener at CAS and will try and extend his points lead in the 2015 championship chase.  Lorne Wofford who ran 2nd at the season opener and is coming off a disappointing motor loss in his last outing at Arizona Speedway will try and pick up one spot and gain his first victory of 2015.  Ryan Linder sits in 2nd in the points chase followed by “The Bullet” Bob Reem in 3rd

SAN TAN FOR MODIFIEDS RETURN TO CENTRAL ARIZONA SPEEDWAY

San Tan Fords South West Modified Championships have delivered some of the best racing action we have seen in 2015 and this Saturday night will be no different.  All of the top IMCA modified teams have set their sites on Saturday night at Central Arizona Speedway as we enter the next chapter of the 2015 season.  Ricky Thornton Jr. will lead the division once again into Saturday night as Chaz Baca Jr. capitalized on Don Earvens misfortune this past weekend at Arizona Speedway to take over 2nd in the championship battle.  Brian Schultz enters Saturday night 9 points out of the lead followed by Don Earven and John Morris Jr.. 

SCHULTZ AND EARVEN CARRY THE LEAD INTO SATURDAY NIGHTS SAN TAN FORD FEATURE

San Tan Fords South West Modified Championships have been graced with monster numbers and great racing in the first 7 races.  Returning this Saturday night April 4th to Casa Grandes Central Arizona Speedway, the boys and girls of this best in the south west division will be led to the charge by Brian Schultz and Don Earven who are tied for the lead of the championship series.   Ricky Thornton Jr. is hot on the trail only 4 points out of the lead.  Chaz Baca Jr and John Morris Jr finish out the top 5 of the point hunt.   Both Schultz and Earven proved they have what it takes to challenge

FRIDAY NIGHT FAIR RACING AT CENTRAL ARIZONA SPEEDWAY

The stars are beginning to shine in the 2015 season and will all be out for the annual  Pinal County Fair race this  Friday night March 20th.  Ricky Thornton Jr has won 3 of the last 4 races in the San Tan Ford Modified Championships and will be looking to make it 4 in a row this Friday.  Early in the 2015 season Casa Grandes Brian Schultz has stayed consistent and leads the 2015 championship series for the 2nd year in a row.  Don Earven who had the most wins in 2014 at CAS sits in 2nd overall in points followed by John Morris Jr., Chaz Baca Jr. and Thornton

SAN TAN FORD SOUTH WEST MODIFIEDS CHARGE INTO SATURDAY NIGHTS FEATURES

After an exciting Sunday of racing that saw Thornton, Schreiner and Churchwell all net victories in their divisions we return to racing under the lights this Saturday night at 7:00pm.  Saturday night March 14th will feature San Tan Ford Modifieds, X-Mods, Pure Stocks, Mod Lites and Bombers.

Clinching his first victory of the Modified Championships season Ricky Thornton Jr. backed up his 2nd place the weekend before with a victory in the Sunday Shootout and started to work away the 24 point deficit that the first weekends engine failure left him in.   Don Earven will return after a phenomenal run after starting in the 19th spot , entering the hot

SUPER SUNDAY SHOOTOUTS UP THIS SUNDAY MARCH 8TH

Super Sunday Shootouts are next up at Central Arizona Speedway.  After 3 successful weekends we shift gears and look forward to sunny skies and 30 lap features with San Tan Ford Modified Championship Modifieds, X-Mods and Pure Stocks.  3 of the most exciting divisions we host all battling in 30 laps features just outside the valley of the sun.

Last Saturday saw edge of your seat entertainment from all divisions and the San Tan Ford Modifieds put the icing on the cake.   Ricky Thornton jr. and RC Whitwell crossed the checkers side by side with less than a bumpers advantage netting Thornton the victory while the entire field ran side

PINAL COUNTY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION NIGHT AT THE RACES WITH $1000 POSSIBLE TO WIN BONUS

Pinal County Federal Credit Union stepped up once again motivating the San Tan Ford South West Modified Championship Modifieds with an escalated purse for showing up with 30 cars or more.   PCFCU will pay $1000 for the winner of Saturday nights feature and $90 to start the 26 car main event if there are 30 or more cars to show up in the IMCA Modified division.  Non Qualifiers will receive $40 in tow money.  Weekly feature pay for 29 or less cars with $40 NQ money.

Modifieds started the season last week with action from front to the back of the 33 car field. RC Whitwell clinched the opener followed

SAN TAN FORD PRESENTS $1000 TO WIN SOUTH WEST MODIFIED CHAMPIONSHIP FEATURE

This Saturday night San Tan Ford proudly presents the return of the San Tan Ford South West Modified Championships to Central Arizona Speedway and the first annual San Tan Ford night at the races!
The best of the best in the IMCA modified division will all have their sites set on the $16000 points fund and championship run that will begin the 1st of 25 races in the quest for the title in Saturday nights $1000 to win feature. Consistency will play a key roll in the 2015 championship as most of the front runners from last year will also be joined by new entries in the division that the

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