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Small-RSWC-Logo.jpgRon Sutton's Winner's Circle Closes Race Team Operations

Sacramento, CA - Sad news to share.  We have closed the Ron Sutton's Winner's Circle driver development program and nine race teams.  No one thing caused it, but the bad economy lasting as long as it has, being the biggest factor.  We grew RSWC like gang busters from 2005 all the way through the end of 2010 because there was a great need for a comprehensive driver development program.  We felt, as most people familiar with us did, that we built the most comprehensive driver development program to date, with 30 race teams, 29 classes with top instructors, a dozen driver coaches plus a full marketing & PR program.

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Keegan_win___Small.jpgKeegan Walmer Ends 2012 Season With a Win and Surprises Young Cancer Patient

Portland, OR- Last weekend, the 17 year old entered his last race of the 2012 season piloting the No.18 Reser's Fine Foods Modified at Shasta Speedway in Redding, California. Leading up to this race, Keegan was on a roll with finishing in the top three for the past 4 races eager to finish out the year with a win.

After many struggles early on in the 2012 racing season, Walmer's hard luck had finally vanished and the good finishes were beginning to roll in.

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Walmer___Small.jpgKeegan Walmer Performs Strong in Northern California Open Shows

PORTLAND, OR- 17 year-old Portland native nears the end of the 2012 racing season providing a solid run in the NASCAR Whelen All American Modified at both All American Speedway and Stockton 99 Speedway open shows. The Ron Sutton's Winner's Circle driver has ran at both tracks this year running for Track Championship points and NASCAR State points in his family owned Reser’s Fine Foods Modified.

At the All American Speedway showdown, Walmer qualified sixth with a time of 14.392 seconds around the quarter mile oval. Trophy dashes and heat races were not scheduled as Keegan headed into the main event.

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Small__24_K_N.jpgEdwards Accumulates Another Second Place Finish in USAC Ignite Midgets

ATLANTA, GA- 18 year old rookie Tyler Edwards drove his number 24 K&N Filter's Ignite Midget to another second place finish. Last Saturday, October 6th, the Ron Sutton's Winner's Circle driver raced the final two races of the 2012 USAC NorCal Ignite Midget series at Stockton 99 Speedway.

Edwards has shown success in his first year with the development program as he has collected one win, three trophy dash wins, four top two finishes and 16 top five finishes.

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bowers_win.jpgRicky Bowers Wins USAC Ignite Midget Finale at Stockton 99

MENTOR, OH- "Super Smooth" 18 year old Ricky Bowers continued his string of strong finishes in the USAC NorCal Ignite Midget division at Stockton 99 Speedway. Bowers hard work in the 2012 season has finally paid off as Ricky claimed his first USAC Ignite Midget victory Saturday night.

Round 15 of the USAC NorCal Ignite Midget series at Stockton 99 Speedway on October 6th, Bowers qualified 4th with a best time of 13.527 seconds, which landed him the pole position for the trophy dash. In the four lap dash, Bowers took the early lead and checked out to grab his first trophy dash win.

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huntframe4.jpg12 Year Old Rookie Cole Glasson Posts Top 3 Finish in Ignite Midget Finale

CORINTH, TX- Cole Glasson made his fourth appearance in the Norcal Ignite Midget series Saturday Night to close out the year on a strong note. The 12 year old rookie was racing for only the second time without the Rookie Restrictors in to contest the ¼ mile speedway against the older, more experienced drivers. Glasson started the night out strong posting the third fastest lap for qualifying.

USAC NorCal Ignite Midgets offer a young guns division for drivers under the age of 14 to run in the series. The young drivers start out with horsepower restrictions until proven to be able to run with the older drivers.

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Small__4_K_N_Mod3.jpgChanute Kansas Racer Working His Way up the Racing Ladder

Chanute, Kansas- Local racer Paden Phillips has signed a one race agreement to race with RSWC in the high powered Modifieds at California's most prestigious central valley track, Stockton 99 Speedway on October 21st. Leading up to the race event, the 20 year old will travel to Stockton California the week before for testing and tuning in the Modified and will qualify and race on Sunday the 21st.

"I love to race and I'm excited for the opportunity to travel to California to represent Chanute in the Modifieds," stated Paden Phillips.

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Gaylord___Small.jpgTripp Gaylord Steals Dirt Modified Victory at I-76 Speedway

Golden, Colorado- Saturday night September 8th, Tripp Gaylord and his crew loaded his dirt modified and headed to I-76 Speedway to race the tracks season finale for the first time. The 17 year old with only three years of racing in a dirt sport modified has collected five heat race wins, two top 3s, seven top 5's and no main event wins. After completing his first year training in the Ron Sutton's Winner's Circle Driver Development program the Colorado's native was determined to get his first win. I-76 Speedway is a quarter mile high banked dirt oval located in Fort Morgan, Colorado just 80 miles north east of Denver.

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Small__4_K_N_Mod2.jpgRomano Second in Modified Championship at Stockton 99 Speedway

ANTHERTON, CA- 21 year old Nik Romano had a successful 2012 season racing in the NASCAR Whelen All American Modifieds presented by Star Racing Supply at Stockton 99 Speedway. Romano had put his No. 4 Fremont Plastic Surgery Modified second in the championship points with consistent finishes. In 20 starts, Romano has collected seven top threes, eleven top fives and seventeen top tens. Majority of the 20 races were full of cars and division veterans. Even though, Romano didn't get any wins this year proved that consistent finishes matter in the championship.

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Clark___Small.jpgJessica Clark Earns First Star Grand American Modified Victory at Stockton 99

VENTURA, CA- 18 year old rookie Jessica Clark headed into rounds 19 and 20 of the Star Grand American Modifieds last Saturday night at Stockton 99 Speedway with determination. The Ron Sutton's Winner's Circle development driver claimed her first ever Modified victory at the season championship finale.

This is Clark’s fourth year in the Ron Sutton's Winner's Circle program, which develops drivers for a career in motorsports after an extensive application and tryout process.

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