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OCT. 10 HARVEST CUP WILL CONCLUDE TRI-STATE & MSCS SEASON

Posted October 5, 2015

     Haubstadt, IN - October 3, 2015 -   The 2015 racing season is coming
to an end.  The final event for the Midwest Sprint Car Series is
scheduled to be held on Saturday night October 10th.  That evening
Tri-State Speedway will once again host the Harvest Cup for 410 non
wing sprint cars.

     Drivers present will be competing for a purse which pays $3,000 to
win the feature.   Leading drivers in the series will also have one
last opportunity to gain valuable points which could translate into a
larger share of the point fund sponsored by Hoosier Racing Tire.  The
event is also the last race to be held at the speedway in the 2015
season.

     Two of the ten features won by Brady Short were by very narrow
margins.  The closest victory recorded so far was at the Hoosier
Sprint Nationals.  He beat Chase Stockon to the line by only .240
second. 

     Brady Short captured enough points at the September 26th MSCS event
to place a lock on the 2015 MSCS Season Championship.  It is the
second Hoosier Tire MSCS title for the Bedford Blaster.  He also was
the champion for the 2011 season. He has finished in the
top ten in points seven times since his rookie season in 2005.
Brandon Morin will receive the honors as this season’s MSCS Rookie of
the Year.  The Champion Driver, Champion Car Owner, and Rookie of the
Year will be receiving their awards at the Harvest Cup!

     Carson Short’s position as the runner-up in points is secure for
2015.  However positions three to tenth could undergo some
adjustments following this final race.

     Race fans will be treated to a triple header at the Harvest Cup to
wrap up the season.  The UMP Open Wheel Modifieds will be competing
for an increased purse.  The feature will pay $1,000 to win.  Also
unloading to race will be the MMSA Mini-Sprints.

Provided as News & Information for MSCS & Tri-State Speedway.

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