Lonnie Wheatley, DODGE CITY, Kan. (May 15, 2019) –
for the much-anticipated upcoming Third Annual Lubbock Wrecker
Service DCRP 305 Sprint Car Nationals atop the 3/8-mile Dodge
City Raceway Park in southwest Kansas has been revealed.
Expanding from two nights to three nights this year on Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, June 13-15, each night will feature a full
card of racing action.
And entries have already started to roll in with the current
entry list available at
Among the early entries is reigning DCRP 305 Nationals
champion Jake Martens of Fairview, OK, along with defending
track champion Steven Richardson of Liberal among others.
The $3,000-to-win event that could potentially climb to as much
as $4,500 with lap money included features the best in 305-ci
Sprint Car racing includes the Precise Racing Products DCRP
Sprint Cars along with the United Rebel Sprint Series and Sprint
Series of Oklahoma along with move invaders from throughout.
Entry forms are available at
Entries submitted prior to June 6 are just $50 with driver pit
pass only $20 for each night. Entries
submitted after June 6 are $75 with driver pit pass the standard
$30 per night.
The three-night set will begin with two full cards of
preliminary action on Thursday and Friday that will feature full
slates of heat races, “B” Mains and “A” Main each night with
race points tallied to set Saturday’s grid.
The top six in combined points from Thursday and Friday will
lock into Saturday’s Dash for Cash that will set the first three
rows of Saturday’s $3,000-to-win championship “A” Main event.
The balance will go to heat races with an invert of six
based upon combined points with additional points tacked on that
will determine the balance of the night’s “B” Mains and “A” Main
In detail, points will be awarded as follows at the Lubbock
Wrecker Service DCRP 305 Nationals:
DCRP 305 Sprint Car Nationals – 2019 Format
All cars run each night. Thursday and Friday
heat races lined up according to pill draw with passing points
in effect to determine “B” Main(s) and “A” Main lineup each
Event points will be awarded as follows to determine Saturday
Heat Races – 1st – 20, 2nd -18, 3rd
– 16, 4th – 14th, etc.
Additionally, 0.5 points will be awarded for each heat race
position gained and 0.3 points will be deducted for each
A Feature Points: 1st – 100, 2nd
– 95, 3rd – 91, 4th – 88, 5th –
85, 6th – 82, 7th – 79, 8th –
76, 9th – 73, 10th – 70, 11th –
68, 12th – 66, 13th – 64, 14th
– 62, 15th -60, 16th – 58th, 17th
– 56, 18th – 54, 19th – 52, 20th
– 50, 21st – 48, 22nd - 46.
B Main Non-Transfers – 1st – 44, 2nd -42,
3rd – 40, etc.
Top 6 in combined points from Thursday and Friday lock-in to the
Dash for Cash ($1,000 total purse) to determine lineup for front
three rows of the feature.
Balance go to heat races lined up based upon overall point
totals from the previous two nights with an invert of six.
Saturday heat points (1st – 30, 2nd – 27,
3rd – 24, 4th – 21, 5th – 18,
etc.) are added to preliminary night totals to determine balance
of “A” Main and “B” Main(s) lineups. Top ten
total go to positions 7-16 of “A” Main, balance to “B” Main(s).
After Fort Worth’s Kevin Ramey topped the inaugural version of
the DCRP 305 Sprint Car Nationals in 2017, Fairview, Oklahoma’s
Jake Martens pocketed $4,040 including lap money by fending off
a last-lap slider from Jake Bubak and then beating Chad Koch to
the stripe in last year’s hair-raising finale.
Joining in on Thursday action this year will be the IMCA Hobby
Stocks with IMCA Stock Cars on the card for Friday and then IMCA
Sport Modifieds on Saturday. The KARS (Kansas
Antique Racers) will be on hand all three nights as well.
Each night of racing will fire off at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets to the Thursday and Friday preliminary events are only
$12 for each night with Saturday’s finale just $20 while
children eleven and under are free each night.
Pit passes are $30 for each night.
A Pit Party will take place as well following Friday night’s
racing action with a live band and free pizza while supplies
last to those with pit passes. All racers,
team members and fans are invited to the festivities.
In total, the 2019 season atop the 3/8-mile Dodge City Raceway
Park clay oval is slated for 18 nights of action along with
another eight Sunday cards atop the newly-constructed 1/7-mile
Little DCRP clay oval.
The complete slate of 2019 events at DCRP is available at
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Dodge City located at 201 4th
Avenue is the official lodging partner of Dodge City Raceway
Park. Race fans staying at the Holiday Inn & Suites Dodge
City will want to request the special DCRP rate for their visit
when making reservations. Contact the Holiday Inn Express at
Lubbock Wrecker Service has over 50 years of collective
experience providing heavy duty, medium duty, and light vehicle
towing. Their licensed, bonded, insured drivers are true
professionals to handle all your towing needs, no matter the
size. Whether you need a vehicle towed just for removal, or if
you need an emergency wrecker, Lubbock Wrecker Service has two
locations to serve you. More information regarding Lubbock
Wrecker Service is available at
www.lubbockwrecker.com or by calling 806-748-1044 or
Dodge City Raceway Park is located on the south edge of Dodge
City, KS, on US 283, then 0.9 miles west on US 56, then 0.1
miles south. For more information, contact
the track at 620-225-3277 or check