They say all good things eventually come to an end, and that was indeed the case on Friday night at the River Spirit Expo Center, as Clauson-Marshall Racing’s Justin Grant snapped Keith Kunz’s stranglehold on victory lane.
Giovanni Scelzi is one among a 61-driver rookie class who is eagerly awaiting his Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals debut this week.
Giovanni Scelzi is teaming up with Clauson-Marshall Racing to tackle the Junior Knepper 55 this Saturday.
Clauson Marshall Racing, Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports and Tucker/Boat Motorsports have all added their entries for the USAC National Midget Series’ non-points Junior Knepper 55 on Dec. 16, bringing the field to a stout 53 cars.
Clauson/Marshall Racing announced Thursday at the PRI Trade Show in Indianapolis that Ryan Newman, the 2008 Daytona 500 winner and 1999 USAC Silver Crown Series champion, will join the team’s ownership group as it transitions into the AMSOIL USAC National Sprint Car Series next year.
Clauson-Marshall Racing announced Thursday at the PRI Trade Show in Indianapolis that the team will chase the USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car Series championship with veteran driver Tyler Courtney next season.
Almost lost amid the mad scramble going on up front during Thursday’s 77th annual Turkey Night Grand Prix at Ventura Raceway was a quiet fifth-place run by Clauson-Marshall Racing rookie Zeb Wise.
NOS Energy Drink has signed on as primary sponsor of both the No. 17 Stenhouse Jr. – Wood Racing sprint car team and the No. 39 Clauson Marshall midget entry.
Clauson Marshall Racing has filed three entries for the 40th annual Belleville Midget Nationals on Aug. 4-5 at the Belleville High Banks.
Tyler Courtney put an end to Christopher Bell’s two-race win streak on Monday night at the Illinois State Fairgrounds Multi-Purpose Arena, topping the Adam Lopez Illinois Midget Nationals for his third USAC National Midget Series win of the year.
Tyler Courtney claimed his second USAC-sanctioned feature victory in four nights on Tuesday, topping a star-studded field to win the opening race of Indiana Midget Week at Montpelier Motor Speedway.
If not for one very special GT American winged outlaw micro sprint, the Key and Clauson families may never have crossed paths.
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