Pavement Sprint Cars Try Again for 2008


Source: INSCA  Public Relations


Spokane, WA (4/29/08) – The Inland Northwest Sprint Car Association (INSCA) will try once again to kick off the 2008 season this Saturday night at the Stateline Speedway in Post Falls, Idaho.


After being snowed out two weeks ago the fire-breathing action of the winged sprint cars hope to return under the lights with a full field expected. Past INSCA series regular Ricky Nelson will be back after a one-year hiatus, as well as other teams from around the region including Canada .


“Other commitments kept me away from racing last season and like most racers, it hurt to sit idle,” commented Nelson, “but the INSCA club made strides last season and I am very excited about getting back on the track this weekend in our Park Model Homes #43 sprint car.”


Another team that is ready to rock and roll for the 2008 season is the #65 Inland Northwest Consultants entry driven by Kevin Burck and owned by longtime team owner and current INSCA board member, Red Perkins of St. Maries, Idaho. Perkins had this to share, “I am very pleased with the direction this INSCA Sprint Club is going and proud to be a part of this race community.  I feel with our common sense rules package, organized pre-race tech standards and our dedicated club members, 2008 will once again be a great growth year for the INSCA regional sprint racing series.” As a many time Champion car owner, the Red Perkins #65 sprint car, with team members Critter, Reven, Mikie and Tommy, is well prepared to once again provide the race fans the excitement on race day that they have come to expect. 


Qualifying will begin at 6 p.m. Saturday May, 3rd at the Stateline Speedway in Post Falls , Idaho . For more information about the Inland Northwest Sprint Car Association visit or call either 800.336.2682 or 509.499.9582.



Photo Caption: Ricky Nelson's #43 Sprint Car

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