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$10,000-TO-WIN FOR ARP TURKEY NIGHT GP AT VENTURA ON NOV. 27

By: Richie Murray – USAC Media

Ventura, California (July 21, 2021)………The 80th running of the ARP Turkey Night Grand Prix will pay a winner’s share of $10,000 for the feature winner of the storied USAC NOS Energy Drink Midget National Championship event on Saturday, November 27, 2021, at California’s scenic Ventura Raceway in Ventura, Calif.

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2021 Schedule( Full Year )

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JULY
17 Off Night
24 VRA Sprint Cars, Senior Sprints, IMCA Modifieds, WMR Midgets, IMCA Sport Compacts
31 VRA Sprint Cars, Senior Sprints, IMCA Sport Compacts, Hobby Stocks, IMCA Mod Lites, Demolition Derby #1

Most Recent Racing Results

Results 9-11-2021

2021 New Zealand Midget Car Champion Hayden Williams wins his first American USAC Midget Main.

Results 8-28-2021

Eric Greco wins the 25 lap California Lightning Sprint Feature and Trevor Fitzgibbon has now won all the IMCA Modified Features at Ventura except one where he finished second.

Results 7-31-2021

Trevor Fitzgibbon won his fifth IMCA Modified Main, which makes it five out of six and he finished second in that race. He then raced in his first Demolition Derby and won that race. Great evening Trevor.

Results 7-24-2021

First we would like to thank all the fans that braved the Tacos and Tequila crowd to attend the races last weekend. We saw some new faces in the winner’s circle along with all the regulars. Riley Rogers, who is only 14 years old, made her racing career start last Saturday night in her number 66 IMCA Sport Compact. This class could be one of our fastest growing classes.

Results 7-10-2021

Saturday July 10th was a night of four-peats or was it? Trevor Fitzgibbon IMCA Modified racer and Jason Horton VRA Dwarf Car driver and reigning Champion were both looking to win their fourth Main in a row. With 15 cars in each division it would become a long night for both Trevor and Jason.

Trevor Fitzgibbon started fifth in his heat race and finished second to Troy Morris III. When the IMCA Main came around Trevor found himself starting eleventh and Troy was starting on the pole. Trevor drove so hard you could hear his engine hit the rev limiter on every lap, but at the end of 30 laps Trevor came up one position short, with Troy Morris III leading every lap for the IMCA Feature win.

 

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