30 SPRINT CAR BANDITS TEAMS CREATE 'INTERNATIONAL BATTLE' for SUPERBOWL WIN!

Greenville TX (4/2/17) by DarinShort.com. The NCRA Sprint Car Bandits Series (SCB) presented by Blaine's Motor Supply had two great nights of racing
this past weekend, culminating with 30 teams competing at Superbowl Speedway near Greenville Texas on Saturday night.

The Bryant's had the Superbowl racing surface in superb condition, resulting in racing from the bottom of the track all the way to the top. This allowed
sprint car teams lots of passing options - which is a key element in the SCB passing points qualifying format.

Feature race leader Scott Bogucki, hailing from McLaren Vale South Australia, looked as if he had victory in his sight, as he was able to hold off repeated
charges from the 'Brad Attack' of Brad Queen and Brad Welborn as the two continued to swap positions behind him.

As the Brad's continued to race each other, it allowed Bogucki to build his lead to an entire straightaway. Then 'it' happened with about 10 laps to go in the
25-lap championship event.

Bogucki lost his power steering (resulting in him receiving a power steering fluid 'shower' while still racing), and the pair of Brad's started closing in on him.

A late-race caution would close the gap all the way on the restart, which would allow Welborn to sneak by Bogucki for the lead.

While all of that was going on, Friday night SCB winner and 9th place starter Justin Melton, was methodically moving his way through the field and
collected a hard-earned 3rd place finish. Bogucki would hold on for a 2nd place finish, while Welborn would take the victory - much to the approval of the
'local' crowd (as Welborn lives northwest of the track 20 minutes or so away).

But race fans were also very impressed with the smooth high-riding style of Bogucki, as it was his first time at the Texas equivalent of his '400 yards on the
pole' type track configuration.

With the late race surge by Melton, he emerged as the weekend Griffith Truck & Equipment High Point Driver, and collected an additional $500 cash
bonus - beating our Bogucki for the honor...by just 1 scant point!

The Lawrence Towing & Kustom Craft Exhibits $200 Hard Charger Award was won by Dalton Stevens, who advanced 11 positions in the feature event.
The SIMPSON Racing Products Hard Luck recipient went to Chase Parson, after being clipped in his heat race and taking a tumble in turns 3 and 4
(Chase was reported to be OK).

Another point that needs to be conveyed, and this is expressly in the opinion of this writer, is fans witnessed the largest gathering of 360CI sprint cars in
the history of SuperBowl Speedway at last night's Sprint Car Bandits event. If there is someone out there that can disprove that fact, I would like to know -
and I will easily stand corrected - but I cannot remember a time when this has ever happened in the 20+ years of me being in this area and keeping tabs
on feats such as this. So, kudos to the Series and to the race teams for their such strong support! The fans were very vocally happy with the racing action,
and enjoyed the 'international' battle that emerged in the feature event.

Earlier in the night during qualifying heat race action, Scott Bogucki was on a rail in his heat race turning the 1/4 mile oval in 12.30 seconds - as evidence
of just how fast the track was.

Complete event results and points will be posted after series officials finalize them early on in the week. A feature race video will also be posted.

The next NCRA Sprint Car Bandits presented by Blaine's Motor Supply event will take place at LoneStar Speedway on Saturday, April 22nd. The 25-lap
championship feature will pay $2,250 to win, $1,200 for 2nd and paying all the way down to $350 just to start (20th). The event flyer is also posted at the
SCB website.

We would like to thank the sponsors of the Sprint Car Bandits series: Blaine's Motor Supply, Rodd Hanna's Air Performance, A&M Glass Service, Palm
Harbor Homes, Kustom Craft, Gen-Tech at FixYourGenerator.com, The Oil Medics, Mow Time in Farmersville, Griffith Trucking Equipment and Simpson
Race Products.

With each SCB sponsor announcement, the series can continue to implement one of its primary missions, and that is adding to the already excellent
competitor purses...if you noticed, the SCB 2016 minimum guaranteed purse was $1,200 to win and $300 to start - yet every event paid more than that.
Our 2017 purse is already guaranteed to be $2,000 to win and $300/start at all events - all due to these sponsorship commitments!

If your business is interested in getting involved with the SCB series, please contact Steve Lang directly at: SteveLang14@gmail.com or by calling
469-474-8234. There are effective programs available for all sizes of budgets.

The SCB series has a unique rules package that allows teams to use their current equipment (especially in the engine compartment), yet curbing nightly
tire expense...which helps equalize the competition, with teams of varying budget sizes.

THANK YOU AGAIN to all the race teams, series sponsors and fans for their incredible support of the SCB series, as it's really started out on a very strong
and growing note. And we look forward to seeing you all again for 'Round 3' at LoneStar Speedway on April 22nd!
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Two $2,000/win Bullring Ovals Kick Off 2017 Sprint Car Bandits Series on March 31st - April 1st

Mesquite TX (3/14/17) by DarinShort.com. The 2017 NCRA Sprint Car Bandits (SCB) series presented by Blaine's Motor Supply will fire up with two
exciting events, both on 1/4 mile 'bullring' ovals: Heart O' Texas Speedway in Waco (Friday March 31st, 8pm) and Superbowl Speedway near Greenville
Texas (Saturday April 1st, 7pm). A full field of quality 360C.I. sprint car teams from throughout the region are expected each night.

Each event will pay $2,000 to the 25-lap feature winners, $1,000 for second place and pays down generously to $300 to start each event (see below for
complete breakdown). All non-qualifiers or non-starters will each receive $100. There is no entry fee, no series membership fee and just a $15 nightly
draw fee.

For Heart O' Texas Speedway information, please click www.HeartOTexasSpeedway.com and note their address is 784 N McLennan Drive Waco, TX
76640 (just north of town right off of I-35); track phone is 254-829-2294. Races fire up at 8pm on March 31st.

Superbowl Speedway is located at 437 FM 1903 Greenville, TX and is quite easy to get to. Take the 'FM 1903' exit off of I-30 (exit 87, about 45 miles from
downtown Dallas), then head east 3 miles and you will run into the track. The main entrance is first and is for race fans going to the stands. The second
exit off of corner 4 is for the pit entrance. On race day, the track phone number is (903) 883-2504 or click
http://www.facebook.com/superbowlspeedway for the track Facebook page. The first green flag on April 1st is slated for 7pm.

25-lap SCB feature race payback for each of these events: $2,000, $1,000, $600, $500, $400, $390, $380, $370, $360, $350, $340, $330, $320, $310,
$300, $300, $300, $300, $300, $300. $100 for non-qualifiers or non-starters. No entry fee or series membership fee; $15 draw-in fee.

As a reminder, previously our draw-in rules have changed for 2017. Now all sprint car teams that sign in will draw for heat race starting positions,
regardless of their engine C.I. displacement, and will receive passing points to determine their straight-up from points feature race starting position. All
drivers make sure to read the posted rules at the series website prior to heading to the track.

We would like to thank the sponsors of the Sprint Car Bandits series: Blaine's Motor Supply, Rodd Hanna's Air Performance, A&M Glass Service, Palm
Harbor Homes, Kustom Craft, Gen-Tech at FixYourGenerator.com, The Oil Medics, Mow Time in Farmersville, Griffith Trucking Equipment and Simpson
Race Products.

With each SCB sponsor announcement, the series can continue to implement one of its primary missions, and that is adding to the already excellent
competitor purses...if you noticed, the SCB 2016 minimum guaranteed purse was $1,200 to win and $300 to start - yet every event paid more than that.
Our 2017 purse is already guaranteed to be $2,000 to win and $300/start at all events - all due to these sponsorship commitments!

If your business is interested in getting involved with the SCB series, please contact Steve Lang directly at: SteveLang14@gmail.com or by calling
469-474-8234. There are effective programs available for all sizes of budgets.

The SCB series has a unique rules package that allows teams to use their current equipment (especially in the engine compartment), yet curbing nightly
tire expense...which helps equalize the competition, with teams of varying budget sizes.

That rules package certainly has the vote of many of the drivers in the DFW area, as 42 competed with the series in 2016. Series rules are posted at the
link below.

Between the lower operating cost of the SCB series and the addition of sponsor funds into nightly purses, it is allowing more area race tracks to book
events - which all translates into DFW area fans getting to see quality sprint car race at a lower grandstand ticket price.

When you combine those components with lower nightly competitor operating purses, it all equals one thing: the new Sprint Car Bandits series!

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for the latest in series news - including the brand new event flyers for Heart O' Texas (March 31) and Superbowl
Speedway (April 1).

You can also reach the SCB on Facebook, at www.Facebook.com/SprintCarBandits and on Twitter by searching 'Sprint Car Bandits'.

As of the time of writing, here's the latest official SCB event schedule - and note that there are some new dates still in negotiation, which will be released
when officially booked:

NCRA Sprint Car Bandits Confirmed Dates Schedule, as of 3/14/17:

3-31-17 Heart-o-Texas Speedway, Waco TX (Friday)
4-1-17 Superbowl Speedway, Greenville, TX (Saturday)
4-22-17 LoneStar Speedway Kilgore, TX (Saturday)
4-29-17 Wichita Speedway, Wichita Falls, TX (Saturday)
5-13-17 Superbowl Speedway, Greenville, TX (Saturday)
5-20-17 Rose Bowl Speedway, Tyler, TX (Saturday)
6-10-17 Superbowl Speedway, Greenville, TX (Saturday)
8-12-17 Rose Bowl Speedway, Tyler, TX (Saturday)
8-25-17 Wichita Speedway, Wichita Falls, TX (Friday)
8-26-17 Superbowl Speedway, Greenville, TX (Saturday)
9-16-17 Grayson County Speedway, Bells, TX (Saturday)
9-30-17 LoneStar Speedway Kilgore, TX (Saturday)

Please make plans to join us for both of these exciting NCRA Sprint Car Bandits series events at Heart O' Texas Speedway on Friday March 31st, and
Superbowl Speedway on Saturday April 1st - it's going to be a great start to the new season!
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Sprint Car Bandits Series Close Out Exciting & Successful Inaugural Season








Mesquite, TX (10/11/16) by DarinShort.com. 42 sprint car teams from four states competed in the inaugural season for the Milestone Electric Sprint Car
Bandits® (SCB) Series. The 2016 season has now concluded and Michael Lang of Mesquite, Texas earned the SCB series points championship.

Both Michael Lang and Dustin Gates of Haughton, Louisiana would earn two series wins in 2016; and Gates' wins would help propel him to 3rd place in
final series standings. And who could forget Gates' epic battle with John Carney II at LoneStar Speedway in June (click https://youtu.be/uSKquiMnceU for a
refresher).

Flower Mound Texas driver Justin Melton and Mickey Walker of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma would also pick up series feature wins. Mother Nature would be
the leader in the total wins department - claiming more 'wins' than all SCB drivers combined...as rainouts wreaked havoc with tracks, not only in the SCB,
but across the nation in 2016.

Junior Jenkins of Greenville, Texas earned 2nd place in final SCB points after consistent runs night after night. The SCB is especially proud of his feat, as
it proves the mission of this series - which is that you don't necessarily have to be a 'big budget team' to be able to compete in this series.

For those of you that are still unfamiliar with the Sprint Car Bandits series, it is dedicated to help bringing back some of the old-time fun of sprint car
racing, yet incorporating some much-needed basic adjustments that help the teams stay on track with their budget - and fans not having to pay
excessively high ticket prices to enjoy watching them. A great mix of young and veteran drivers competed with the Sprint Car Bandits in 2016.

The SCB series has a unique rules package that allows teams to use their current equipment (especially in the engine compartment), yet curbing nightly
tire expense...which helps equalize the competition, with teams of varying budget sizes.

Between the lower operating cost of the SCB series and the injection of series sponsor funds into nightly purses, it  allowed more area race tracks to book
events - which all translated into DFW area fans getting to see quality, high-speed sprint car races at a lower grandstand ticket price.

When you combine those components with lower nightly competitor operating purses, it all equals one thing: the new Sprint Car Bandits series!

Rounding out the top five in SCB points are Colton Goodwin of Greenville, Texas and 'The Ambassador' Claud Estes III of Godley, Texas. Similar to Junior,
both of these drivers used consistent finishes to keep them in the hunt for top series honors.

So, what do the drivers think about the new SCB series? We suggest that the next time you see one of the drivers on our points list (below), that you ask
them directly. We're very confident that the series is on the right track, as the drivers who have actually raced in the series comment to us that they're
really enjoying it. No substantial rules changes are in the works for the 2017 season.

Fan comments have been consistent with driver comments, and have been extremely supportive.

Series tracks have also been pleased with the lower booking costs and solid competitor purses. In 2016 the SCB series brought sponsor money to every
single event through its solid series sponsors. This enabled the tracks to 'sell' a larger event to the fans and race teams - without any of them having to
'pay' more for it.

The SCB would like to thank the sponsors of the Sprint Car Bandits series: Milestone Electric, B-Tactical, AlphaGraphics, Rodd Hanna's Air Performance,
A&M Glass Service, MalloryPrint.com and Palm Harbor Homes.

After several 'rained out attempts', the DarinShort.com 'Free Pass to the Feature' award was finally able to be utilized at LoneStar Speedway on October
1st; which added a 21st place full-paying starting position to the A-feature. Austin Mundie of Combine, Texas would receive the special award - and would
make full use of this opportunity, advancing all the way to a 4th place finishing position. Great job to Austin on an exciting performance.

If your business is interested in getting involved with the SCB series, please contact Steve Lang directly at: SteveLang14@gmail.com or by calling
469-474-8234. There are effective programs available for all sizes of budgets.






























Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for the latest in series news and THANK YOU to everyone's support of the Sprint Car Bandits in 2016, and we're looking
forward to more great events in 2017...stay tuned!

Here's your 2016 Sprint Car Bandits series champion, Michael Lang in the
www.Lang14.com Gen-Tech House of Colour Motorsports sprint car:

2017 Sprint Car Bandits Series First-Look Schedule Released








Mesquite, TX (12/8/16) by DarinShort.com. On the heels of a highly successful inaugural season, the Sprint Car Bandits Series (SCB) is proud to release
its first-look schedule for the 2017 racing season, which welcomes three new series tracks to the roster.

SCB promoter Steve Lang comments: "We still have additional tracks buttoning up their schedules and tweaking dates, but we wanted to get out our
first-look schedule now so fans and race teams can start making plans."

Lang continues: "Regarding rules for the upcoming season, we were super pleased with the level of competition and race-ability of the SCB cars, so there
are not going to be any significant changes for 2017. Those rules also led to much lower operating costs for teams, which is equally important."

Note that in 2017 all SCB competitors signing in will draw for heat race starting positions, regardless of engine CID. Feature lineups will still be determined
by heat race passing points.

If your track is interested in booking a event with the SCB series, please contact Steve Lang directly at: SteveLang14@gmail.com or by calling
469-474-8234. There are currently a few remaining race dates still available.

Businesses seeking effective marketing programs through the SCB series are available for all sizes of budgets, again, just contact Steve for complete
details. We will be making our 2017 sponsor announcements as the off-season continues.

2017 Sprint Car Bandits Series Schedule - as of 3/9/17:

3-31-17 Heart o' Texas Speedway, Waco TX (Friday)
4-1-17 Superbowl Speedway, Greenville, TX (Saturday)
4-22-17 LoneStar Speedway Kilgore, TX (Saturday)
4-29-17 Wichita Speedway, Wichita Falls, TX (Saturday)
5-13-17 Superbowl Speedway, Greenville, TX (Saturday)
5-20-17 Rose Bowl Speedway, Tyler, TX (Saturday)
6-10-17 Superbowl Speedway, Greenville, TX (Saturday)
8-12-17 Rose Bowl Speedway, Tyler, TX (Saturday)
8-25-17 Wichita Speedway, Wichita Falls, TX (Friday)
8-26-17 Superbowl Speedway, Greenville, TX (Saturday)
9-16-17 Grayson County Speedway, Bells, TX (Saturday)
9-30-17 LoneStar Speedway Kilgore, TX (Saturday)

For those of you unfamiliar with the Sprint Car Bandits series, it is dedicated to help bringing back some of the old-time fun of sprint car racing, yet
incorporating some much-needed basic adjustments that help the teams stay on track with their budget - and fans not having to pay excessively high ticket
prices to enjoy watching them. A great mix of young and veteran drivers competed with the Sprint Car Bandits in 2016. And the buzz with race teams is that
there will be a growing number of SCB teams in 2017. 42 teams competed in the series in 2016.

The SCB series has a unique rules package that allows teams to use their current equipment (especially in the engine compartment), yet curbing nightly
tire expense...which helps equalize the competition, with teams of varying budget sizes.

Between the lower operating cost of the SCB series and the injection of series sponsor funds into nightly purses, it allowed more area race tracks to book
events - which all translated into DFW region fans getting to see quality, high-speed sprint car races at a lower grandstand ticket price. When you combine
those components with lower nightly competitor operating purses, it all equals one thing: the Sprint Car Bandits series!

If you are a driver considering racing the SCB series, we would highly recommend asking one of our 2016 drivers for their comments. Fan comments have
been consistent with driver comments, and have been extremely supportive.

Series tracks have also been pleased with the lower booking costs and solid competitor purses. In 2016 the SCB series brought sponsor money to every
single event through its solid series sponsors. This enabled the tracks to 'sell' a larger event to the fans and race teams - without any of them having to
'pay' more for it. The plan for 2017 is one in the same.

From everyone with the Sprint Car Bandits series, we wish everyone a safe and enjoyable Holiday Season and the best-ever New Year. Click
www.SprintCarBandits.com for the latest in Series news, as well as additional race dates and sponsor announcements.

(the following picture is two of the SCB series award winners from 2016, more will be posted when the pictures become available.)
NEWS FLASH 2/6/17:

Sprint Car Bandits Series have secured event
dates at the new Rose Bowl Speedway (near Tyler,
TX) on Saturday May 20th and Saturday August
12th!
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SPRINT CAR BANDITS and NCRA to Join Forces for 2017 Season










MESQUITE, TX (2/22/17) by DarinShort.com. After a successful inaugural season for the Sprint Car Bandits (SCB) Series, the series is now joining
forces with the National Championship Racing Association (NCRA) for the upcoming season.

The primary reason for this alignment is to help each series expand their footprint from a marketing and advertising standpoint.

There are also several independent 360CI Sprint Car series that are in the process of announcing their alliance as well.

From a driver's standpoint, there are no rules changes that are a part of this announcement. Each group will retain the ability to control their own
rules.

With this initial announcement, we wanted to give the race teams a heads-up of this exciting news, and there will be a number of future press
releases containing more specific information.

Please click www.SprintCarBandits.com and www.raceNCRA.com for more information, and be watching for follow-up announcements from other
360CI groups soon.
For 2016 archived SCB event information, please go to our archive page here.
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3/24/17 NOTE TO SCB TEAMS: THIS YEAR, YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR MAKING SURE YOUR CARS ARE SCB LEGAL
BEFORE YOU HIT THE TRACK. PLEASE TAKE A FEW MOMENTS TO
WATCH OUR WING ANGLE TECH VIDEO, TO MAKE
SURE YOUR CAR IS LEGAL. ALSO PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO OUR '1 TIRE' RULE - ALL
POSTED HERE. THANKS!
Elm Mott, TX (4/1/17) by DarinShort.com. The warm temps and high southern
winds really did a number on corner 3-4 last night, but the NCRA Sprint Car
Bandits presented by Blaine's Motor Supply teams made the best out of it, and lots
of exciting racing took place at Heart o' Texas Speedway near Waco.

7th place starter Justin Melton tracked down race long feature event leader, Scott
Bogucki of Mcclaren Vale, South Australia, and in lapped traffic snuck his way by
to pick up the win.

Here is a video of the feature race courtesy of Don Cook that gives you a good
feel of the tricky track conditions drivers overcame:
https://youtu.be/Bm0BmrdX9H8

Tonight the SCB series moves northeast about 40 minutes northeast of downtown
Dallas to Superbowl Speedway near Greenville Texas. Races start at 8pm and the
forecast is DRY and 80 degrees, with little to no rain chances. All posted local
divisions are racing as well.

Click
www.SuperbowlSpeedway.com for track information and
www.SprintCarBandits.com for SCB event information.

And thank you to the great opening night crowd for the series at Heart o' Texas
Speedway last night for your support!
SPECIAL THANKS to Eric Lawrence of Lawrence Towing (Mansfield, TX) for
approaching us at the track with a $200 Hard Charger Award!

DJ Estes would take home the extra $200 for driving from 18th to 8th.

The $200 award continues for tonight as well at Superbowl!

Cody Barksdale (OK) received the Simpson Racing Products Hard Luck Award
(engine woes) and collected their $50 product certificate.

One other tidbit from last night, 2016 SCB champion Michael Lang dodged a
spinning car on the opening lap of the feature, but stalled the car in the process,
relegating him to a 21st place restart position. Michael would cruise the high side
of corners 1-2 to pick off several cars throughout the event, eventually coming
home with a solid 4th place finish.
POINTS AS OF 4/3/17
4/1/17 SCB FEATURE WINNER -

5th Place Starter BRAD WELBORN
3/31/17 SCB FEATURE WINNER -

7th place starter JUSTIN MELTON

SPRINT CAR BANDITS SERIES INVADES WICHITA SPEEDWAY - SATURDAY APRIL 29th, 7pm!

Iowa Park, TX (4/14/17) by DarinShort.com. While we're waiting for time to pass until the big NCRA Sprint Car Bandits presented by Blaine's Motor Supply
event at LoneStar Speedway on Saturday, April 22nd, let's go ahead and unveil the Wichita Speedway Sprint Car Bandits event scheduled for Saturday,
April 29th!

For those of you fans and race teams that have never been to Wichita Speedway, you owe it to yourself to go check it out. It's a fast, racey, full 1/4 mile
dirt track that is configured such that it affords lots of side-by-side racing and passing.

The event pays $2,000 to win, $1,000 for 2nd and then pays down generously to $325 - just to start the feature! All non-starters or non-qualifiers receive
$100.

Wichita Speedway is only charging $15 for Adult G.A., which is a heck of a deal for fans! The track is located on the western edge of Wichita Falls, and is
quite easy to get to. From either direction of I-44 in Wichita Falls, take Hwy 287 west out of town about 3 miles until you see the Highway 369 exit. Turn
north (right) on Highway 369 and you will see the track about 1 mile ahead on the right.

Fans can expect Sprint Car Bandits teams such as Justin Melton, Scott Bogucki, Zane Lawrence, Chad Wilson, Claud Estes III, Michael Lang, Dustin
Gates, Colby Estes, Michelle Melton, Gary Floyd, DJ Estes, Casey Burkham, Chance McCrary, Tucker Doughty, Junior Jenkins, Cody Stacy, Chase
Parson, Brad Welborn, Brad Queen, Dalton Stevens, Bryan Debrick, Steve McMackin, Kyle Jones, Chad Koch, George White, Johnny Miller and Brandon
Long. A host of other regional teams can be expected as well.

The Sprint Car Bandits would like to thank their series sponsors, which allows us to keep costs down for the tracks, racers and fans - yet keep driver
purses at excellent levels:

Blaine's Motor Supply, Rodd Hanna's Air Performance, A&M Glass Service, Palm Harbor Homes, Kustom Craft, Gen-Tech at FixYourGenerator.com, The
Oil Medics, Mow Time in Farmersville, Pro Tech Service Company (THE Car Washing Authority), Griffith Trucking Equipment and Simpson Race Products.

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for complete series information and visit www.wichitaracewaypark.net/wichita-speedway for track details. The event flyer is
posted here.

This event will mark the first fuel injected 360C.I. Sprint Car event in the Wichita Falls area for 2017, so make sure you mark your calendar to attend...it's
going to be a GREAT night of racing!
4/23/17A.M. NOTE TO SCB TEAMS & FANS: THANK YOU to all the teams that traveled to LoneStar Speedway yesterday for what turned
out to be Mother Nature's cruel equivalent of an Alanis Morissette song. When forecasts end up being that far off of reality, we all lose,
but all we can do is shrug it off and move on to the next event. We may be able to reschedule this event at LoneStar and are presently
working on it. Thanks again and see you at Wichita Speedway on Saturday night, April 29th!