WILD WEST SHOOTOUT RESULTS
FROM USA RACEWAY
17, 2016) Things wrapped up in the desert
tonight with the 'Wild West Shootout' finale at USA (AZ)
Raceway. The six-race miniseries in Tucson concluded with
a 50-lap throwdown, which boasted a record-high $11,000
payday to the winner. Jimmy Mars finished fifth in heat
race action prior to grabbing the third and final transfer
spot through his consolation race. After starting the feature
from the outside of the eleventh row, Jimmy was unfortunately
involved in a tangle with leader Darrell Lanigan and was
ultimately the first retiree - winding up placed twenty-fourth
in the final rundown. (Mike
(January 16, 2016) The
penultimate event of the 2016 'Wild West Shootout' miniseries
was held tonight in front of a huge grandstand crowd at
USA Raceway in Tucson, Arizona. Jimmy Mars moved up three
spots in his heat race to finish seventh, but unfortunately
ran into problems during his B-Main and wound up in the
eleventh finishing position. The Menomonie, Wisconsin ace
missed out on the $5,000 to win headliner, which was won
by Darrell Lanigan.
(January 15, 2016) Race
four of the 10th Annual 'Wild West Shootout' took center
stage tonight at USA (AZ) Raceway and yet another $5,000
winner's check was up for grabs for the Mars Racing team.
Jimmy Mars advanced up to second in his heat race, which
allowed him to start the 30-lapper from the inside of the
sixth row. During the course of the caution-free show, Jimmy
hung around the top ten throughout the distance before guiding
his #28 entry to a twelfth place showing.
(January 13, 2016) Following
a couple of days off, the desert heated back up tonight
with the third leg of the 'Wild West Shootout' miniseries
at USA Raceway in Tucson, Arizona. Jimmy Mars slipped back
to third in his loaded heat race, but later won his consolation
event to gain access into the $5,000 to win main event.
During the course of the 30-lap feature, Jimmy was able
to move up a couple of spots on his way to a sixteenth place
(January 10, 2016) Round
two of the 'Wild West Shootout' miniseries took to the track
today at USA (AZ) Raceway and another $5,000 top prize was
on the line in the unsanctioned Super Late Model spectacular.
Menomonie, Wisconsin ace Jimmy Mars scored the victory in
his heat race from the third starting spot and later rolled
off from the pole position in the 30-lapper. Jimmy then
paced the stellar field for the first 26 circuits during
the caution-free affair before eventually losing the point
to eventual winner Jonathan Davenport on lap 27. The "Iceman"
scored an impressive runner-up performance tonight in the
(January 9, 2016) The
six-race 'Wild West Shootout' miniseries kicked off earlier
today at USA Raceway in Tucson, Arizona with a $5,000 to
win showdown, which served as the season lid lifter for
the #28 team. Jimmy Mars had a fan go through his radiator
in preliminary action and was unfortunately not able to
transfer into the 30-lap main event, which was won by Don
MARS SLATED TO START 2016
IN WILD WEST SHOOTOUT!
6, 2016) Jimmy Mars and his #28 team are
scheduled to lift the lid on their 2016 campaign this weekend
at USA Raceway in Tucson, Arizona. The six-race 'Wild West
Shootout' miniseries will be conducted from January 9-17
in the desert and a $5,000 top prize will be on the line
each night with the exception of the finale, which will
boast an $11,000 winner's check. In addition, the Keyser's
Quarter-Million Challenge will put up a bonus of $50,000
for a driver to pick up four wins, a bonus of $100,000 to
capture five victories, and a gargantuan $250,000 bonus
to sweep all six events. Things will kick off in Tucson
on Friday night with an open practice session, followed
by the first two shows of the miniseries on Saturday and
Sunday. To learn more about the 10th Annual 'Wild West Shootout,'
please point your web browser to www.raceusaraceway.com.