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Next up for BOSS is a visit to the MONSTER true half mile at Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway on Saturday, July 28th. Adult general admission is with seniors and students admitted for . But behind all of the action at the front of the field, 2016 winner Justin Owen and BOSS Series points leader Dustin Smith were maneuvering through the field with relative ease and charging toward the front with precision and purpose. The racers clicked off five laps before the next stoppage, which may have come at an opportune moment for the leader. In 2008, the current 3/8 mile high banked configuration began hosting racing and the BOSS tour has made 2 stops every season dating back to 2012. Complete Payout Information: 25 Lap A-Main: 1) 00, 2) 0, 3) 0, 4) 0, 5) 0, 6) 0, 7) 0, 8) 5, 9) 0, 10) 5, 11) 0, 12) 0, 13) 0, 14) 0, 15) 0, 16) 0, 17) 0, 18) 0, 19) 0, 20) 0.
Route 44 Speedway in Liberty, Indiana will host the tour Friday night, July 6th. Points leader Justin Owen encountered some mechanical failure at Lawrenceburg in the last event that led to heavy contact with the wall. He would draw the 2 pill in the redraw and start outside Pole for the 25 Lap A-Main. "I had so much unfinished business here from last year and I wasn't going to be very happy with myself if I couldn't pull it off," Flick said in victory lane. Kobylarz held his line, while Owen searched high and low for a quicker way around. Smith, the 2012 BOSS champion, now has six career series wins to tie Thomas Meseraull atop the standings. Founded in 2011 by Aaron Fry, the Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series, now backed by Ohio based trucking company Ricks Truck and Equipment, aimed to be the last true outlaws of racing.The twin B-Main events were won by Cole Ketcham and Scotty Weir. The series moves on the Lawrenceburg Speedway tonight for the "Jason Soudrette Memorial". Smith got faster as the race progressed, as he passed Perigo for third on lap 15. For BOSS, a new venture awaits on the busy weekend ahead. Despite facing challenge from several competitors including Cody Gardner, Dustin Smith and his front row starting mate Kirk Jeffries, Owen powered up and led all 25 laps. Westfall already has a BOSS win on his resume at Waynesfield Raceway Park and Perigo came very close to winning at Lernerville Speedway just last summer.The 25 lap "Dick Spencer Memorial" was paced early by polesitter Landon Simon who appeared to be on his way to an easy victory. We encourage fans to come out and support us in honoring one of the original BOSS drivers and one of the nicest drivers you could ever have hoped to know. Sixth running Cooley spun in turn four to bring out what would be the final caution period of the event. The series will be in action Saturday night at one of its oldest hosting venues, Mercer Raceway Park in Mercer, Pennsylvania. As Fischesser approached nearing the halfway point of the 25 lap feature, a caution flew for Lewisburg, Ohios Ryan Myers as his right rear gave away ending his night. The Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series would not be possible without the help of the many fine sponsors listed below. Their contributions are what helps keep all these wheels turning each and every Saturday night!Matt Westfall from Ludlow Falls, Ohio claimed both nights of the BOSS border battle driving the Ray Marshall Motorsports 33M. Following heat race action, the top 2 from each heat race redrew for starting spots in the main event. Michael Fischesser of Cincinnati, Ohio is back, but some new looks with a new #44 in honor of the late Greg Staab.Friday night at Route 44 Speedway in Liberty, Indiana, he started from the 7th spot. Aaron Middaugh of Polk, Ohio ran second in heat #1 and drew the pole position with Kyle Simon starting alongside. 96-Riley Van Hise With the 2017 tour at the halfway mark, the Rick's Trucks & Equipment BOSS tour points chase is heating up. Known as the "Nati Nightmare", Fischesser was one of the drivers in the inaugural BOSS race at Atomic in 2011.