It wasn’t without some twists and turns along the way before Williams ultimately made what proved to be the race-winning pass in the final pair of corners of the United Rebel Sprint Series event and learned of the victory post-race when apparent winner Steven Richardson fell light at the scales.
John Carney II etched his name into the history books as a feature winner atop the storied ½-mile Belleville High Banks clay oval by topping Friday night’s 20-lap Fifth Annual Belleville Fifth Annual Belleville 305 Sprint Car Nationals preliminary feature.
The storied Belleville High Banks fires back to life this weekend with the United Rebel Sprint Series-sanctioned Fifth Annual Belleville 305 Sprint Car Nationals. 44 Entries as of 8/2/2022 will compete for the $7,000-to-win and $1,000-to-start in Saturday night’s finale after vying for Friday’s $2,500-to-win and $350-to-start preliminary bout.
40 plus snarling, fire-breathing, sprint cars, will take to the worlds fastest high banked dirt track for over 70,000 dollars in prize money this Friday August 5th, and Saturday August 6th, at the Belleville High Banks Half Mile for the richest purse in 305 racing!
The inaugural Belleville Dirt Nationals at the Belleville High Banks event date will move to June 9-14, 2022. The adjusted schedule will set up a rare Monday-Tuesday mega-show for Super Late Models on June 13-14. The Super Late Model features will retain their respective $25,000-to-win (Friday) and $50,000-to-win (Saturday) payouts.
“The World’s Fastest Half-Mile Dirt Track,” will host seven days and nights of racing culminating with $25,000-to-win Friday and $50,000-to-win Saturday night Super Late Model shows. This will be the first time since 2008 that Super Late Models have raced at the legendary half-mile facility.
After earning the pole position on Saturday night, Luke Cranston put the finishing touches on the United Rebel Sprint Series’ Fourth Annual Belleville 305 Sprint Car Nationals by wiring the field in Sunday’s 30-lapper to take the $7,000 victory atop the ½-mile Belleville High Banks clay oval. [READ MORE…]
The “B” Main took the green flag as “A” Main cars began staging only to have a red flag fly at the start as Aaron Ploussard, Adam Trimble and Cash Beeson all crashed wildly on the frontstretch. Storms hit moments later and doused the facility to force the Sunday resumption of the event.