LAWRENCEBURG, Ind. – This Saturday’s Fall Nationals/Pretty In Pink sprint-car race, co-sanctioned by USAC and the Midwest Sprint Car Series, offers $10,000-to-win as well as USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car Series appearance points to all USAC competitors.
The Lawrenceburg race supports breast cancer awareness and stars from both racing series will compete on the three-eighths-mile action-packed dirt oval.
Dave Darland, Jon Stanbrough and Bryan Clauson enter the event as the USAC sprint-car point leaders, separated by 64 points.
Darland’s runner-up finish in last Saturday’s 30-lap 4-Crown Nationals feature at Ohio’s Eldora Speeday expanded his lead over Stanbrough, who finished 13th. Clauson was fifth in the 30-lapper.
Tracy Hines scored his 43rd career USAC National sprint-car win at Eldora, passing Pancho Carter for fourth in the all-time USAC list. He led all 30 laps in his MP Environmental Services DRC/Stanton to beat Darland, Chris Windom, Chase Stockon and Clauson.