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dsc1600
February 20, 2018 at 10:45:48 AM
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Don’t overlook this one. The total purse is 300k for the weekend, $40k to win and 3k to start. 

B main pays 30k, which is second only to Knoxville and more than an All Star show.

I hope the support is there both fans and cars.




DakotaKid
February 20, 2018 at 11:01:54 AM
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Posted By: dsc1600 on February 20 2018 at 10:45:48 AM

Don’t overlook this one. The total purse is 300k for the weekend, $40k to win and 3k to start. 

B main pays 30k, which is second only to Knoxville and more than an All Star show.

I hope the support is there both fans and cars.



Last season fan support was great. I think it will be even better this year. I also think the new track configuration (4/10s) will help car counts as well. At first I was a little unsettled by the track shortening, but the more I think about it, and the closer the season gets, the more I think it will be an overwhelmingly good thing. 

I know I'm excited for this one. 


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BillV99
February 20, 2018 at 11:38:43 AM
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Some perspective, here is how the purse (24 car A feature) for this years Jackson Nationals compare...

  • Knoxville Nationals 554,000 (150k to win)
  • Kings Royal 187,700 (50k to win)
  • 2018 Jackson Nationals 164,800 (40k to win)
  • 2017 Williams Grove National Open 105,350 (50k to win)
  • 2017 Port Royal Tuscarora 50 100,100 (50k to win)
  • 2017 Jackson Nationals 87,850 (25k to win)
  • Standard World of Outlaws 47,800 (10k to win)
  • Standard All Stars 24,170 (5k to win)


The B main for the 2018 Jackson Nationals is very high, and how it compares with others (20 non qualifying cars)...

  • Knoxville Nationals 56,700
  • 2018 Jackson Nationals 30,750
  • Kings Royal 16,700
  • Standard World of Outlaws 4,175
  • Standard All Stars 2,000


My 410 Computer ratings...
http://www.blumberglegalforms.com/bl...g/Ratings.html



facebookstalker
February 20, 2018 at 12:07:00 PM
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Posted By: BillV99 on February 20 2018 at 11:38:43 AM

Some perspective, here is how the purse (24 car A feature) for this years Jackson Nationals compare...

  • Knoxville Nationals 554,000 (150k to win)
  • Kings Royal 187,700 (50k to win)
  • 2018 Jackson Nationals 164,800 (40k to win)
  • 2017 Williams Grove National Open 105,350 (50k to win)
  • 2017 Port Royal Tuscarora 50 100,100 (50k to win)
  • 2017 Jackson Nationals 87,850 (25k to win)
  • Standard World of Outlaws 47,800 (10k to win)
  • Standard All Stars 24,170 (5k to win)


The B main for the 2018 Jackson Nationals is very high, and how it compares with others (20 non qualifying cars)...

  • Knoxville Nationals 56,700
  • 2018 Jackson Nationals 30,750
  • Kings Royal 16,700
  • Standard World of Outlaws 4,175
  • Standard All Stars 2,000


My 410 Computer ratings...
http://www.blumberglegalforms.com/bl...g/Ratings.html



It's also a 3 day show right?  I wonder what the payout is for Thursday and Friday?  I think it's 10k to win both those nights too maybe?



texdel
February 20, 2018 at 12:56:51 PM
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This message was edited on February 20, 2018 at 12:57:40 PM by texdel

You are correct facebookstalker, it pays $10K Thursday and Friday night.

Just guessing that those two nights are typical WoO purses.

3 Day Pass is $99 Reserved and $89 for General Admission.

Not a bad deal for fans. I plan to be there for my first jackson Nationals.



facebookstalker
February 20, 2018 at 01:14:27 PM
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Posted By: texdel on February 20 2018 at 12:56:51 PM

You are correct facebookstalker, it pays $10K Thursday and Friday night.

Just guessing that those two nights are typical WoO purses.

3 Day Pass is $99 Reserved and $89 for General Admission.

Not a bad deal for fans. I plan to be there for my first jackson Nationals.



Thanks, I think you're pry right about the other two nights.   I can't make it up to Mn this year, but I'll for sure be watching via DirtVision. 



sprintfanatic
February 20, 2018 at 04:37:41 PM
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Posted By: BillV99 on February 20 2018 at 11:38:43 AM

Some perspective, here is how the purse (24 car A feature) for this years Jackson Nationals compare...

  • Knoxville Nationals 554,000 (150k to win)
  • Kings Royal 187,700 (50k to win)
  • 2018 Jackson Nationals 164,800 (40k to win)
  • 2017 Williams Grove National Open 105,350 (50k to win)
  • 2017 Port Royal Tuscarora 50 100,100 (50k to win)
  • 2017 Jackson Nationals 87,850 (25k to win)
  • Standard World of Outlaws 47,800 (10k to win)
  • Standard All Stars 24,170 (5k to win)


The B main for the 2018 Jackson Nationals is very high, and how it compares with others (20 non qualifying cars)...

  • Knoxville Nationals 56,700
  • 2018 Jackson Nationals 30,750
  • Kings Royal 16,700
  • Standard World of Outlaws 4,175
  • Standard All Stars 2,000


My 410 Computer ratings...
http://www.blumberglegalforms.com/bl...g/Ratings.html



The payout for the Ironman 55 at Pevely is $62,950 ($20,000 to win and $1,000 to start) for both Friday and Saturday night this year, due to the Saturday show being rained out last year.  $125,900 total for two A-Mains on consecutive nights.   



HoldenCaulfield
February 20, 2018 at 05:39:08 PM
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Wow that's a great purse and incredible bargain for the fans as well.



dsc1600
February 20, 2018 at 06:56:52 PM
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Posted By: sprintfanatic on February 20 2018 at 04:37:41 PM

The payout for the Ironman 55 at Pevely is $62,950 ($20,000 to win and $1,000 to start) for both Friday and Saturday night this year, due to the Saturday show being rained out last year.  $125,900 total for two A-Mains on consecutive nights.   



That’ll be an incredible show.



dmantx
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February 20, 2018 at 07:16:33 PM
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Can't wait for this event...my hometown track on my birthday weekend!

Great job Doug and crew on bringing this event to reality...those of us from back in the day always hoped this would turn into a marquee event!



Darrin
February 21, 2018 at 08:04:44 AM
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Tickets purchased, campsite locked in, pumped! We've never been to Jackson and are excited to spend all 3 nights up there! Is it June yet??? 



dsc1600
February 21, 2018 at 11:04:54 AM
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I hope for 45-50 cars. With the b main paying what it does, it should attract that kind of car count or greater. 



rpaulson
February 21, 2018 at 01:47:36 PM
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2018 Sprint Car World Championships,  Mansfield, OH  April 27th and 28th

 

SATURDAY

TOTAL POSTED PURSE ($200,500)

SCWC MAIN EVENT – 1st – $100,000 / 2nd – $20,000 / 3rd – $10,000 / 4th – $9,000 / 5th – $8,000 / 6th – $7,000 / 7th – $6,000 / 8th – $5,000 / 9th – $4,000 / 10th – $3,000 / 11th – $2,900 / 12th – $2,800 / 13th – $2,700 / 14th – $2,600 / 13th – $2,500 / 14th – $2,400 / 15th – $2,300 / 16th – $2,200 / 17th – $2,100 / 18th thru 22nd – $2,000 to Start

 

FRIDAY (2 Complete Shows)

TOTAL POSTED PURSE ($44,000)

MAIN EVENT #1 – (30 Laps) 1st – $5,000 / 2nd – $3,000 / 3rd – $2,000 / 4th – $1,500 / 5th – $1000 / 6th – $900 / 7th – $800 / 8th – $700 / 9th – $600 / 10th thru 20th – $500 to Start

MAIN EVENT #2 – (30 Laps) 1st – $5,000 / 2nd – $3,000 / 3rd – $2,000 / 4th – $1,500 / 5th – $1000 / 6th – $900 / 7th – $800 / 8th – $700 / 9th – $600 / 10th thru 20th – $500 to Start



staggerman
February 21, 2018 at 02:45:07 PM
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Posted By: rpaulson on February 21 2018 at 01:47:36 PM

2018 Sprint Car World Championships,  Mansfield, OH  April 27th and 28th

 

SATURDAY

TOTAL POSTED PURSE ($200,500)

SCWC MAIN EVENT – 1st – $100,000 / 2nd – $20,000 / 3rd – $10,000 / 4th – $9,000 / 5th – $8,000 / 6th – $7,000 / 7th – $6,000 / 8th – $5,000 / 9th – $4,000 / 10th – $3,000 / 11th – $2,900 / 12th – $2,800 / 13th – $2,700 / 14th – $2,600 / 13th – $2,500 / 14th – $2,400 / 15th – $2,300 / 16th – $2,200 / 17th – $2,100 / 18th thru 22nd – $2,000 to Start

 

FRIDAY (2 Complete Shows)

TOTAL POSTED PURSE ($44,000)

MAIN EVENT #1 – (30 Laps) 1st – $5,000 / 2nd – $3,000 / 3rd – $2,000 / 4th – $1,500 / 5th – $1000 / 6th – $900 / 7th – $800 / 8th – $700 / 9th – $600 / 10th thru 20th – $500 to Start

MAIN EVENT #2 – (30 Laps) 1st – $5,000 / 2nd – $3,000 / 3rd – $2,000 / 4th – $1,500 / 5th – $1000 / 6th – $900 / 7th – $800 / 8th – $700 / 9th – $600 / 10th thru 20th – $500 to Start



The only issue with this show is I see no extra to the B or C main cars. If tracks want cars to support they need to spread out the $$$$. Heck if they only pay $100 tow and you have to pay a $150 entry fee you are already losing money. To me entry fees are ridiculous unless a team can made it back.



GTigers55
February 21, 2018 at 02:57:08 PM
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This message was edited on February 21, 2018 at 02:58:19 PM by GTigers55
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Posted By: staggerman on February 21 2018 at 02:45:07 PM

The only issue with this show is I see no extra to the B or C main cars. If tracks want cars to support they need to spread out the $$$$. Heck if they only pay $100 tow and you have to pay a $150 entry fee you are already losing money. To me entry fees are ridiculous unless a team can made it back.



Depends on if you're going for a huge car count or going for having a good car count and only the better teams showing up. I think that was the strategy Cody Sommer took there. Plus, most drivers and teams don't travel to the event expecting to finish 8th in the B or C...

On topic, Jackson Nationals looks like it should be a great event. If it wasn't eleven hours away I would love to go.



facebookstalker
February 22, 2018 at 11:43:23 PM
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Posted By: GTigers55 on February 21 2018 at 02:57:08 PM

Depends on if you're going for a huge car count or going for having a good car count and only the better teams showing up. I think that was the strategy Cody Sommer took there. Plus, most drivers and teams don't travel to the event expecting to finish 8th in the B or C...

On topic, Jackson Nationals looks like it should be a great event. If it wasn't eleven hours away I would love to go.



Yup, same here.  13 hrs away in CO with so much sprint car racing. (ugh) This is a dirtvision purchase forsure.  I will be in the area for work for the ASCS race and really looking forward to see how the 4/10 mile track looks in person.  I'll miss the old 1/2 mile as its what I grew up with being my home track but I think this will make for better racing.



revjimk
February 23, 2018 at 03:01:19 AM
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This message was edited on February 23, 2018 at 03:07:34 AM by revjimk
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Posted By: GTigers55 on February 21 2018 at 02:57:08 PM

Depends on if you're going for a huge car count or going for having a good car count and only the better teams showing up. I think that was the strategy Cody Sommer took there. Plus, most drivers and teams don't travel to the event expecting to finish 8th in the B or C...

On topic, Jackson Nationals looks like it should be a great event. If it wasn't eleven hours away I would love to go.



Go anyway... you only live once!



revjimk
February 23, 2018 at 03:11:17 AM
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Posted By: sprintfanatic on February 20 2018 at 04:37:41 PM

The payout for the Ironman 55 at Pevely is $62,950 ($20,000 to win and $1,000 to start) for both Friday and Saturday night this year, due to the Saturday show being rained out last year.  $125,900 total for two A-Mains on consecutive nights.   



Plus POWRi midgets both nites, who are VERY entertaining on a small track....



kitty cat
February 23, 2018 at 10:05:22 AM
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Posted By: revjimk on February 23 2018 at 03:11:17 AM

Plus POWRi midgets both nites, who are VERY entertaining on a small track....



i hope its over before 1  130 am like last year theres no sense of that getting over that late



ThrowbackRacingTeam
February 23, 2018 at 08:51:35 PM
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So another 1/2 mile goes by the wayside. Sad to see the more expensive the engines get, the smaller the tracks they have to run them on. In last 3 years say goodbye to Des Moines, Farley and weekly racing at West Liberty and Oskaloosa. Engine cost goes up, half miles go bye bye. Sad!!





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