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Charlie Schultz and Tim Ice grab spots on the podiumChecking in with a race weekend update.  Both of our  cars made had a podium finish with Charlie placing 2nd and Tim @ 3rd.  Brief recap of event below.

MSA Points standing now show #7 of Charlie Schultz in 3rd and #77 Tim Ice in 6th. We have five (5) races remainingon the MSA (Midwest Supermodified Association) racing circuit. We have intentions to run the end of July competing in the Sandusky Nationals Hy-Miler which is an ISMA (International Supermodified Association) sanctioned race and then again Labor Day weekend  in the “wing” race on Friday night of the Oswego CLASSIC, which is a co-sanctioned MSA & ISMA racing event.

 


 

May Motorsports checking in with the Annual King of Wings race weekend update (below is a recap).  This is the third year in which we get a podium finish with Tim Ice in the #77 car finishing 2nd.  Next up for May Motorsports is this upcoming Saturday 7/16 at Lorain County Speedway. 

MIKE LICHTY CROWNED KING OF WINGS IN NON-STOP OSWEGO FEATURE
By Carol D. Haynes

 


 

Hello everybody! … May Motorsports checking in with a race weekend update.  Tim Ice in our #77 finished 2nd and Charlie Schultz in our #7 race car finished 4th with a photo finish mere .13 seconds behind 3rd place finisher.  Overall good racing weekend.  We will take next weekend off and then we are off to Oswego Speedway for the King of Wings race on July 9th.  The following is the official press release of the Midwest Supermodified Association (MSA) (www.midwestsupers.com) racing recap.  Both of the drivers moved up one spot with Charlie now being in 3rd and Tim 5th in points.

MSA Points leader Stephens gets first checkers of 2011
Todd Ridgeway
MSA Media
June 26, 2011

 


 

Charlie Schultz of May Motorsports breaks the Toledo track record in AVSS sprint car 12.38 @ 145mph

For more on Charlie Schultz, you can follow his 2011 racing season here

 


 

By Bob Gangwer
Toledo, OH…Retirement hasn't slowed Amherst, Ohio's Bobby Dawson down one bit and his show of domination Friday night in the Midwest Supermodified Association presented by Town Money Saver 40 lap feature event at Toledo Speedway proves that some things do get better with age.

Starting from the pole, Dawson immediately jumped to the lead and never relinquished it for the entire race that went green to checkers without a caution and was over in just nine short minutes. "Louie who?" were the first words out of the mouth of the winner as a reference to the season long battle with Lou Cicconi, Jr. who is the only other driver to have won a feature event this year.