MSRSS set to return to Shady Bowl Speedway


DeGRAFF – The Must See Racing Sprint Series presented by Engine Pro (MSRSS) will return to racing action this weekend at Shady Bowl.

The series will invade the Buckeye state for the first time since 2014. The series enters a busy stretch of the season as it prepares for 3 races during a 5-day stretch.

The series will make its first-ever visit to the 3/10 slightly banked Shady Bowl Speedway on Saturday.

Winged 410 Sprint Cars have made a handful of appearances at the track over the past 27 years. Troy racing legend Jack Hewitt was victorious the first time winged 410 asphalt sprint cars made an appearance at Shady Bowl Speedway during an All-Star Circuit of Champions event on Aug. 25, 1989.

The reigning series champion Jimmy McCune of Toledo won the series opener at Hickory Speedway in North Carolina.

The Shady Bowl pure stocks and compacts will also be racing. Racing is set to start at 7 p.m.

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