April 16, 2008 (Spokane,WA) - The
Inland Northwest Sprint Car Association (INSCA) kicks off it’s fifth
season of action this Saturday night, taking their version of fire breathing
sprint car action to Stateline Speedway in Post Falls, Idaho.
participants include reigning INSCA Champion, Tony Berry in his B&B
Motorsports entry, as well as past champions Kevin Burke and Mark Jones,
last year’s points runner up, Justin Popple and youngster Cole Tupling
returning for his second season in sprint cars.
“2008 is proving to be the strongest year yet for the INSCA
group,” commented board member Popple. “We’re starting this year with
a lot of energy and enthusiasm. There are many new and old personalities
that will be out this year, the rules are tighter and the racing promises to
be even more competitive.”
The 2007 entry list steadily went up each event with the final race of the
season showcasing the talents of racers from Washington,
Many of those in attendance have committed to running a majority of the 2008
INSCA season along with several new entrants to the racing community.
“The INSCA club has persevered and as a track promoter I couldn’t be
happier than to see a racer run organization keep with it and build a viable
series with growing car counts while providing better entertainment for our
loyal fans,” said Joe Doellefeld, owner/promoter of Stateline Speedway.
racers are equally excited about the upcoming season and the early kickoff
this year. “Our team had a great debut season in 2007 and we set a pretty
high mark for ourselves, but I think the 53 team is up to the challenge for
2008. We made quite a few changes to the car in the off season, and with our
schedule being so front loaded we really need to hit the track running in
order to do all of things that we hope to do this year for our sponsors,
Ailor Drafting and Designs, Duncan Marine Service, Moca Creations and
ACRAnet,” stated Berry.
Inland Northwest Sprint Car Association was founded on the premise of
providing quality open wheel racing to the fans of the inland northwest,
while balancing the level of competition and cost saving measures via a
limited motor package to encourage new and old racers alike to experience
the thrill of pavement sprint car racing.
2008 season will consist of six visits to Stateline Speedway and two trips
to Mission Valley Speedway in Polson,
Montana. Racing will begin this
Saturday night at Stateline Speedway in Post
Falls, Idaho and will kick off with qualifying at 6
p.m. For more information about the fastest growing open wheel group
in the northwest visit www.INSCA.us
or call either 800.336.2682