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Kids Bike Night Highlights Point Race No. 14
by Troy Hennig

Marysville, CA (August 15, 2017) …. The annual Kids Bike Night will take place this Saturday night, August 19th, at the Marysville Raceway. Kids 11 and under will be admitted FREE accompanied by an adult. Kids 11 and under are also recommended to bring their BMX style bicycle and during the intermission they get to race on the track for trophies and ribbons. Adding to the fun filled night geared towards kids, the Speedway is raffling off some free bicycles courtesy of North Valley Driveline Service and Automaxx of Yuba City.

The pit gate will open at 3PM while the front grandstands will open at 5 PM. Racing is scheduled to begin at 6:30 PM. The adult general admission ticket will cost $13.00; however, all KIDS 11 and under will be admitted FREE. Seniors and juniors are $10.00
To avoid standing in long lines the Speedway now has an on-line purchase tickets option located at

Five racing divisions will join us Saturday night for point race No. 14. The All Star Modifieds, Economy Sprints, Street Stocks, Sport Mods and Super Stocks.

Olivehurst’s Ryan McDaniel leads the point standings for the All Star Modified Tour. The local champion is at the top of his game. In the previous nine tour races, McDaniel has finished in the top ten all nine times. He also has one win. McDaniel leads Cody Burke by 22-points. While McDaniel holds a decent size lead, drivers battling for second through fifth are only separated by seven points. Troy Foulger sits in third just one point behind Burke. Foulger has three wins this year. Robby Sawyer is fourth, three points back of Foulger. Duane Cleveland, another local from Yuba City, holds down the fifth spot. Anticipation of 20 or more All Star Modifieds are expected this Saturday night.
Things are heating up in the winged economy sprints division. Adam Ermolenko still holds down a 14-point edge over Cameron Haney Jr. Yet, Ermolenko missed the last point race. Haney Jr. took advantage and won his first main event.

Phillip Shelby holds down a huge lead in the IMCA Sport Mod Tour. Shelby is 57-points ahead of Mike Smith.

Defending track champion James Castleberry has a 11-point edge over Mike Walko in the Super Stock point battle. Rod Oliver sits in third and has made all seven starts this season.

Street stocks are the fifth and final division scheduled on Saturday. This is a non-point show for any drivers wanting to come and race.
More information about the All Star Modified Tour