2019 LUCAS OIL
POWRi CALIFORNIA LIGHTNING SPRINT CAR SERIES
(Torrance, CA, January 10, 2019) The Lucas
Oil POWRi California Lightning Sprint Car Series has
released the schedule for the 2019 season. The
racing calendar will be comprised of 17 dates on
four different racetracks.
The season, which will be
the first for the CLS under the POWRi banner, will
open at the “West’s Fastest 1/3-Mile-High Banked
Clay Oval,” the Bakersfield Speedway, on March 16th.
The 26th consecutive season for the club will
conclude eight months later on November 23rd at the
same Kern County oval. Sandwiched in between the
season opener and closer will be three other races
at the longtime Oildale, California track.
The 1/5 of a mile Ventura
Raceway, located adjacent to the beach on the
Ventura County Fairgrounds, will once again serve as
the home track for the CLS with eight different race
dates beginning on March 23rd.
For the second year in a
row the CLS will return to the track where it all
began for the series back in 1994. The ¼ mile Barona
Raceway. The first of three races at the San Diego
County dirt oval will take place on April 6th,
The fourth track on the circuit will be the 1/3-mile
Santa Maria Raceway. The CLS will make the trek
there for one race on July 27th.
Fans can click on and download the above 2019
California Lightning Sprint Car Series schedule.
The Lucas Oil POWRi California Lightning Sprint Car
Series would like to thank the following sponsors
for helping make the 2019 season possible: Lucas
Oil, All Coast Construction, Christian Stover
Foundation, Circle Track Performance, Cold Fire
West, Fast Undercar, Hoosier Tire, Keizer Wheels,
Outlaw Wings, Racing Optics, Rod End Supply, Speed
Partz, Super Shocks, T Shirts by Timeless and
Woodland Auto Display.
you or your company would like to become part of the
series for its 26th season in 2019, please call
Bobby Michnowicz at (310) 320-5569.
keep up with the CLS online, please visit the
website at http://racecls.com/
PAST CALIFORNIA LIGHTNING SPRINT CAR CHAMPIONS
1994 Tony Everhart, 1995
Gary Sexton, 1996 Rob Sczymczak, 1997 Jon Rahe, 1998
Chris Rahe, 1999 Brent Sexton, 2000 Greg Bragg, 2001
Greg Bragg, 2002 Greg Bragg, 2003 David Cardey, 2004
Keith Janca, 2005 Johnny Bates, 2006 Donny Gansen,
2007 Shane Rossen, 2008 Brent Sexton, 2009 Stuart
Hielschier Sr., 2010 Jarrett Kramer, 2011 Tim Brown,
2012 Bobby Michnowicz, 2013 Stephen Limon, 2014
Bobby Michnowicz, 2015 Bobby Michnowicz, 2016 Bobby
Michnowicz, 2017 Bobby Michnowicz, 2018 Jarrett
This press release was produced by Scott Daloisio
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