CARRICK CATCHES RIDE WITH PETRY FOR 2020 USAC MIDGET SEASON
Monday, 9 December 2019
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Speedway, Indiana (December 9, 2019)………Tanner Carrick, who this past year became one of the USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget division’s five first-time winners, has found a new home with Petry Motorsports to chase a USAC Midget championship in 2020.
The 17-year-old Carrick, of Lincoln, Calif., will join the Petry Motorsports team after spending the past three seasons behind the wheel for Keith Kunz Motorsports/Curb-Agajanian, for whom he captured 2017 USAC National Midget Rookie of the Year honors as well as his first career series victory in July of 2019 at Missouri’s Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex.
Major strides were made during Carrick’s 2019 season where he garnered career highs in top-fives (6) and top-tens (18) while making all 31 feature events. Carrick aims to take his game to another level in 2020 with a team that itself won twice this past year in the series with driver Kevin Thomas, Jr.
THOMAS’ LAST LAP REDEMPTION PAYS OFF WITH KOKOMO GP WIN
Saturday, 6 April 2019
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Kokomo, Indiana (April 6, 2019)………After an incident on the final lap of the Kokomo Speedway Sprint Car race that preceded Saturday night’s USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget feature, perhaps it was fate that we would see Kevin Thomas, Jr. and Justin Grant meet again in some form or fashion on the second night of the “Kokomo Grand Prix.”
Justin Grant got the best of Thomas in the sprint tilt, picking up the victory following a last-lap, side-by-side battle that wound up with Thomas on his head before making a beeline to the opposite end of the track to confront Grant.
When cooler heads prevailed, as luck would have it, a look at the starting lineup showed the two starting side-by-side in the second row of the midget main, setting the stage for round two of the duel which would once again come down to the final lap, but this time with the outcome the mirror opposite.
Thomas ran down Grant late in the going and, on the final corner of the final lap, reversed his fortunes with redemption, nipping Grant by half a front wheel at the stripe – or 0.015 seconds to be precise – to collect the fifth victory of his USAC National Midget career.
KEVIN THOMAS, JR. LEADS ALL IN OCALA MIDGET PRACTICE NIGHT
Friday, 8 February 2019
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Ocala, Florida (February 7, 2019)………Kevin Thomas, Jr. led all 26 drivers on hand during Thursday’s USAC NOS Energy Drink Midget National Championship/"Winter Dirt Games X" practice night at Bubba Raceway Park.
Cullman, Alabama’s Thomas, in his Petry Motorsports/Bolted Spine Designs - Petry Excavating – Gray Auto/Bullet/Speedway Toyota, set the time in the first of the four sessions with a time of 14.263. C.J. Leary was second at 14.305, followed by Chris Windom (14.420), Chase Jones (14.427) and Tyler Courtney (14.450).
BODINE JOINS PETRY FOR 2019 USAC NATIONAL MIDGET SEASON
Friday, 25 January 2019
By: Richie Murray – USAC Media
Speedway, Indiana………USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget Rookie of the Year contender Cole Bodine has been tabbed by Petry Motorsports to compete full-time on the series’ trail in 2019.
Bodine, of Rossville, Ind., will be teamed with USAC Triple Crown champion Jerry Coons, Jr. and nine-time 2018 USAC National feature winner Kevin Thomas, Jr and Arizonian Sterling Cling.