*September 13th @ Fremont Raceway Park: Sheldon Haudenschild was back at Fremont, where he qualified 14th, but was unable to make it out of the B-Main.
*September 12th @ Fremont Raceway Park: Sheldon Haudenschild, driving the 33M, raced with the All-Stars. Starting 8th in his heat, he battled his way to a 7th place finish, sending him to the B-Main where he brought in a 4th place finish, enough for a ticket to the A-Main. Starting 23rd in the feature, he came in 16th.
*September 12th @ Atomic Speedway: Beau Stewart ran in the 410 winged division. In his 360 powered Ray Marshall Motorsports machine, Beau finished 3rd in his heat, earning him a spot in the feature. Unfortunately, Beau was unable to finish the feature after a rock sliced open his brake line, forcing Beau to call it a night.
*September 6th @ Montpelier Motor Speedway: Derek Hastings (32M) and Logan Hupp (2M) were in action with a large field of (41) Buckeye Machine/ BOSS non-wing sprints. With 5 heats of cars, the top 3 transferred to the A-Main. In his heat, Hastings started 4th and finished 4th. Hupp, who would be plagued by a bad draw all night, started 8th and finished 5th in the final heat. In B-Main action, both Ray Marshall Motorsports team cars competed in the 2nd B-Main. Hastings was on the pole and Hupp started 5th. Hastings led the first 5 laps and finished 3rd. Hupp was unable to make it thru traffic to get one of the top 3 spots to transfer. Hastings started at the tail in the feature and managed to avoid an early wreck fest to capture a 17th place finish to keep him in the hunt for the points race.
*September 6th @ Butler Motor Speedway: After a short rain delay, Beau Stewart (33M) finished 4th in his heat and started 4th in the feature. Stewart raced his way to the front of the field and in attempt to pass for the lead, broke his rear axle and ended the night for the 360 powered machine.