MIDGETS: Chili Bowl Opens With Warren CAT Night; Larson Tops Entry List

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ENTRY LIST: Warren CAT Qualifying Night — Tuesday

Car No. – Driver – Hometown

0A (R) – Aaron Schuck – Joliet, Ill.

0B (R) – Ross Wece  – Concord, N.C.

0G -Glenn Styres – Ohsweken, Ontario

1K (R) – Brayton Lynch

1PW – Paul White – Waco, Texas

2 – Ryan Hall – Midlothian, Texas

2M (R) – Austin Odell – Springfield, Ill.

2ND – Jeb Sessums – Burleson, Texas

2- Travis Scott – Washington, Okla.

03 (R) – Shayle Bade – Lincoln, Neb.

3 (R) – Jake Neal – Omaha, Neb.

3CC – Raven Culp – Mesquite, Texas

3H – Mike Hess – Riverton, Ill.

4H – Tom Harris – Banbury, England

4R – Ryan Greth – New Cumberland, Pa.

05 – Brad Loyet – Sunset Hills, Mo.

5BB – Bobby Brewer – Cabot, Ark.

5CB – Chase Briscoe – Mitchell, Ind.

5D – Zach Daum – Pocahontas, Ill.

5H – Aaron Reutzel – Clute, Texas

5J – Jeff Crook – Garden City, Kan.

06 (R) – Andy Bauch – Mason City, Ill.

6A – Ray Seach – Beloit, Wis.

7AB – Austin Brown – Millstadt, Ill.

7AU (R) – Lee Redmond – High Wycombe, Australia

7BC – Tyler Courtney – Indianapolis, Ind.

7CH – Brandon Matus – Wampum, Pa.

7RS – Merril Lamb – Iola, Kan.

7S – Pat Schudy – Springfield, Mo.

7SS – Wade Seiler – Alton, Ill.

7U – Joe B. Miller – Millersville, Mo.

7W – Scott Walton – Inola, Okla.

8J – Jonathan Beason – Broken Arrow, Okla.

9$ – Kyle Clark – Sapulpa, Okla.

9D (R) – Mack DeMan – Mississauga, Ontario

9U – Doug McCune – Colleyville, Texas

11F – Floyd Alvis – San Carlos, Calif.

11J – Justin Melton – Lewisville, Texas

13 (R) – Glen Saville – Razorback, Australia

13JR (R) – Koty Adams – Doyline, La.

14i – Isaac Schreurs – Sioux Falls, S.D.

14W – Matt Westfall – Pleasant Hill, Ohio

15S (R) – Gavin Stout – Wichita, Kan.

15X – Mason Moore – Chico, Calif.

16 (R) – Ryan Ruhl – Coldwater, Mich.

16K – Chris Dyson – Pleasant Valley, N.Y.

17 – Joey Saldana – Brownsburg, Ind.

17E – Blake Edwards – Claremore, Okla.

17G – Dustin Golobic – Fremont, Calif.

17K – Michael Koontz – Bloomington, Ind.

18 – Tony Bruce Jr. – Liberal, Kan.

19N – Nick O’Neal – Wagoner, Okla.

21T – Ty Hulsey – Owasso, Okla.

25MP – Michael Pickens – Auckland, New Zealand

25P – Dylan Peterson – Sioux Falls, S.D.

27MK – Kyle Keeler – El Reno, Okla.

30T – Larry Bratti – Springdale, Ark.

33K (R) – Kyle Offill – Tracy, Calif.

35 – Matt Sherrell – Owasso, Okla.

37T – Seth Bergman – Snohomish, Wash.

44X – Wesley Smith – Nixa, Mo.

45J – C.J. Johnson – Quinter, Kan.

46 – Kenney Johnson – Bethany, Conn.

51J – R.J. Johnson – Phoenix, Ariz.

55T – Tony Everhart – El Cajon, Calif.

56V (R) – Matt Veatch – Macedonia, Ill.

57J – Jake Bubak – Arvada, Colo.

66 – Kevin Thomas Jr – Cullman, Ala.

67F – Kyle O’Gara – Indianapolis, Ind.

69B – Bryan Debrick – Irving, Texas

70K – Kevin Olson – Machesney Park, Ill.

71D – Domain Ramsay – Geelong, Australia

71K – Kyle Larson – Elk Grove, Calif.

71R – Nick Chivello – Manteca, Calif.

71WG (R) – Weston Gorham – Colleyville, Texas

72 – Cameron Hagin – Broken Arrow, Okla.

74 – Zach Merritt – Greeley, Colo.

76J – David Jones – West Middlesex, Pa.

77 – Alex Bright – Collegeville, Pa.

77D – Dean Drake Jr. – Collinsville, Okla.

77U – Chris Urish – Elkhart, Ill.

78 – Nick Wean – Phillipsburg, N.J.

82M – Steven Shebester – Mustang, Okla.

88W – Dustin Weland – Parker, Colo.

91A – Chris Andrews – Sandusky, Ohio

91S (R) – Klint Simpson – Santa Rosa, Calif.

92L (R) – Austin Lambert – Collinsville, Okla.

93 – Dustin Morgan – Tulsa, Okla.

97K – Spencer Bayston – Lebanon, Ind.

98J – Bill Jackson – New Castle, Del.

99P – Dillon Welch – Carmel, Ind.

99W – Larry Wight – Phoenix, N.Y.

118 – Scott Evans – Keller, Texas

777 (R) – Bailey Huges – Tulsa, Okla.

 

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