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2021 Tour Cancelled

2021 Tour Cancelled

2021 Sniper Speed Lone Star IMCA Stock Car Tour Cancelled

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2021 Sniper Speed Lone Star Stock Car Tour Cancell

2021 Sniper Speed Lone Star Stock Car Tour Cancell...

2/18/2021
Unfortunately we are sad to say that we have to cancel this year due to the current state of the tracks and the weather conditions recently in Texas. We have put a ton of work into this and are devastated to announce it. Please give us a few days to get refunds and such lined up and we will contact you through your emails if needed so please watch them for any questions we may have in doing this. Thanks you so much for your patience and understanding on this. We appreciate you all.
IMCA Modifieds and Cotton Bowl Speedway added to t

IMCA Modifieds and Cotton Bowl Speedway added to t...

12/20/2020
Gillett, Wi Tour officials are pleased to announce that IMCA Modifieds and Cotton Bowl Speedway in Paige, Tx will join the IMCA Stock Cars for the 2021 Sniper Speed Lone Star Stock Car tour. IMCA Modifieds will compete nightly for $1,000.00 top prize money during the 7-night 2021 Tour. Just like the perfect attendance Stock Car drivers, Modified drivers will also be in the running for a new engine at the end of the tour. One lucky pre-registered perfect attendee Modified driver using their...more
S&S Fishing and Rental Manufactures Cup Set for Th

S&S Fishing and Rental Manufactures Cup Set for Th...

12/7/2020
The S&S Fishing and Rentals Manufactures Cup could prove to be bountiful for one driver during the Sniper Speed Lone Star IMCA Stock Car Tour in February. For every chassis manufacture or builder that contributes $250.00 to the prize pot, two of their cars will be eligible for the inaugural race during the Thursday night Freedom Firewood Pit Party and open practice at Kennedale Speedway Park. Tour officials will take the top 2 in points from each contributing chassis manufacture after...more
Drivers ready themselves for the Sniper Speed Lone

Drivers ready themselves for the Sniper Speed Lone...

11/26/2020
November 27, 2020 Gillett, Wi The Sniper Speed Lone Star Stock Car Tour has become one of the most anticipated events in not only Texas, but anywhere that Sanctioned IMCA Stock Car competitors call home. Now in its 4th year, the Tour has become one of the country’s well-known "Crown Jewel" events for IMCA Stock Cars. The Sniper Speed Lone Star Stock Car Tour dates are set, now it is time to see who’s “Going on Tour” in February 2021. As in 2020, it is a plus for drivers to Pre-Register for...more
Green gets another IMCA Lone Star win, Abbey earns

Green gets another IMCA Lone Star win, Abbey earns...

2/23/2020
KENNEDALE, Texas (Feb. 22) – Derek Green got another win while Westin Abbey got a tour championship and a big check Saturday night at Kennedale Speedway Park. Green, from Granada, Minn., prevailed in a $1,000 to win Sniper Speed Lone Star Tour finale that saw him trade the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car lead with Ryan Powers three times in the final laps before beating Jesse Sobbing to the finish line. Home state hero Abbey, meanwhile, put the final, perfect tour attendance qualifying touches on a...more
In right place at right time, Rogers takes Lone St

In right place at right time, Rogers takes Lone St...

2/22/2020
WICHITA FALLS, Texas (Feb. 21) – Jason Rogers won for the first time on the night Jesse Sobbing almost won twice. Rogers raced to the $1,000 Sniper Speed Lone Star Tour checkers Friday at Monarch Speedway, getting the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car lead back after Sobbing broke and then holding off Derek Green in a green, white, checkered finish. Sobbing had scored the convincing IMCA Modified win, also worth $1,000, earlier in the evening at Wichita Falls. He was well on his way to duplicating that...more
Westin Abbey completes charge from 17th for dramat

Westin Abbey completes charge from 17th for dramat...

2/21/2020
FORT WORTH, Texas (Feb. 20) – Being faster by a fraction of a second coming out of the final turn made Westin Abbey rich Thursday night. Abbey raced all the way from 17th starting to the front of the Dirty 30 IMCA Stock Car feature field at Texas Motor Speedway, beating Ryan Powers to the checkers by half a car length as the pair ran side-by-side to the finish. The Comanche speedster took home $3,000 for the victory. Also winner of the Sniper Speed Lone Star Tour opener at Abilene Speedway...more
Wednesday postponed to Thursday at Texas Motor Spe

Wednesday postponed to Thursday at Texas Motor Spe...

2/19/2020
Fort Worth, Tx. February 19, 2020 Sniper Speed Lone Star tour officials have been forced to make the decision to postpone the Wednesday night Championship night to Thursday. With weather forecast showing a very high percentage of rain at 5pm, they feel that it is the best decision for everyone involved. Thursday nights format will mirror the scheduled that originally from Wednesday night. Everyone will need to exit the pit area at 12:45pm and pit gates and draw will open at 1:00pm. Draw...more
Dean Abbey dominates Dirty 30 IMCA Stock Car quali

Dean Abbey dominates Dirty 30 IMCA Stock Car quali...

2/19/2020
FORT WORTH, Texas (Feb. 19) – The race was for second Tuesday night as Dean Abbey checked out on everybody in winning the Sniper Speed Lone Star Tour Dirty 30 qualifying feature for IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars at Texas Motor Speedway. Abbey started from the pole and left a multi-car tussle battling in his wake. Chad Schroeder, Brian Blessington, Ryan Powers, Derek Green, Elijah Zevenbergen, Kyle Falck, Curt Lund, Buck Schafroth and Hesston Shaw finished in that order behind Abbey and join him on...more
Westin Abbey rings up second Lone Star Tour win at

Westin Abbey rings up second Lone Star Tour win at...

2/18/2020
BELLS, Texas (Feb. 17) – Westin Abbey rang up a second Sniper Speed Lone Star Tour feature win Monday night, getting the best of his IMCA Sunoco Stock Car foes at Grayson County Speedway. Abbey had started 10th in the 30-lap, star-filled field at Bells, passed brother Dean for the lead just before halfway and then worked his way through traffic as the race ended with a long green flag run. Ryan Powers led the first six circuits from the pole before giving way to Dean Abbey, fresh off his...more

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