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Brady Bacon – Six Down, Midget Week to Go!

Brady Bacon – Six Down, Midget Week to Go!

(Bill W) May 31, 2016 – Brady Bacon competed in six races in six nights, and starting tonight, has six more in as many nights planned. Last week, the Broken Arrow, Oklahoma driver competed with the USAC National Sprint Car Series, USA Silver Crown Series, All Star Circuit of Champions, Fremont Speedway, BOSS Series and the World of Outlaws. Starting tonight, USAC’s Indiana Midget Week kicks off and runs through Sunday. Brady will mix in a sprint appearance to his busy schedule as well.

Things started last Wednesday at the Tony Hulman Classic for the USAC sprints at the Terre Haute Action Track in Indiana. Brady notched quick time before surging from sixth to third in his heat and starting sixth in the feature in the Hoffman Racing #69. “We were running well,” he says. “Unfortunately, a left front torsion arm came off halfway through the race. We kind of held on after that. We were fortunate to have as good a finish as we had with those problems. The car was good, and it’s too bad we couldn’t see how well we could have done, but we will take fourth with the problems we had.”

It was on to the Indiana State Fairgrounds on Thursday for the USAC Silver Crown “Hoosier Hundred” in the Paul Martens #48. “We had some problems in hot laps and had to change a clutch,” says Brady. “The first lap we did have on the track was quick time, which was pretty cool. We led for a little while (25 laps), and it seemed like the other guys were going a little too hard. We fell back to about sixth. We had a red with 35 to go, and my stuff was in a lot better shape than everyone else. I started going for it after that, and we had another clutch problem. It was too bad. I think we had a chance for the podium, or even a shot at the win. The car has been really good this year. The unfortunate part of Silver Crown is, you don’t have many chances to get out there. One race is a big chunk of your season.”

Brady towed his own #99 to Attica Raceway Park in Ohio Friday night with the All Stars. After qualifying with quick time in his group, and second overall, he finished third in his heat and second in the Dash. He started the main event outside row one. “We ran around third there for fifteen or twenty laps,” he says. “We fell back to around sixth and ran over the cushion in turn four with about three to go. We got into the fence and that ended the night. Things just didn’t go our way in that feature. We seemed to always be in the wrong place at the wrong time.”

Fremont Speedway was up next Saturday night. He would qualify seventh quick and go from fifth to third in his heat. He started the feature seventh. “We were better at Fremont than we’ve ever been,” says Brady. “We were actually too tight in the feature, and that has never happened. We were rolling well in the feature. We were able to pass for second and the lead, but the yellow came out and put us back. I got a little too tight after the yellow. I was right on second pressuring, but I never had the chance to get all the way by him. We were definitely happy with our third place finish at Fremont though.”

Brady stayed in Fremont for Sunday’s non-wing BOSS event. “We had some steering issues,” he says. “We actually had to change it out twice. We qualified with no power steering. We were still able to qualify second in our group and won the heat. We ended up finishing fourth in the Dash. We were able to get to third in the feature. We were pretty decent. The cushion was big and nasty in turn four, and it ended up getting me. I caught it right after a restart and slipped off. We fell back to seventh, and we ended up coming back to finish sixth.”

Last night, the team headed to Lawrenceburg to compete with the WoO. “We had a good car in qualifying (12th quick),” says Brady. “We had it mashed to the floor and that’s all she had. We started 16th in the feature. I missed the bottom on one of the restarts and got hung out in the middle. We were passed by five or six cars. Once we got going on the top, we got back up through there and finished eleventh. We were right there with the top ten at the end. We felt good about how we finished considering how far back we fell. The wing car has really been performing well this year.”

Brady is ready for Indiana Midget week aboard Frank Manafort’s #76m machine. It all begins tonight at Montpelier Motor Speedway, where he won earlier this season with the USAC sprints. On Wednesday, Gas City will be the venue, followed by Putnamville on Thursday, Bloomington Friday, Lawrenceburg Saturday and Kokomo on Sunday. Brady tentatively plans on running the sprint tonight and tomorrow night as well.

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Follow Brady at his website located at www.BradyBaconRacing.com! Also keep up with him on Facebook and Twitter (which also can be accessed at the website) at the following links…

Twitter Link – http://twitter.com/BradyBacon

Facebook Link - www.facebook.com/pages/Brady-Bacon-Racing/278125555137

Partner of the Week – Tel-Star Communications

Tel-Star Communications, Inc. is a personal communications service company. Tel-Star Communications was formed in October of 2000 to bring you the highest quality service available in this complex market of communications. With over 50 years of combined experience, Tel-Star Communications brings you the highest expertise and diversity this market has to offer. Each technician has been trained, tested and authorized by the system manufacturer in telephone design, installation, programming, training, troubleshooting, and system maintenance and repair. Our number one priority is Customer Service and we feel that what we provide is unparalleled with any other service company. Tel-Star Communications will work on any job and will always do it cost effectively. Our philosophy is based on best cost, best product, and what is best for our customer. Visit Tel-Star Communications on the web at www.Tel-StarCommunications.com!

Associate Marketing Partner of the Week – Smiley’s Race Products

Smileys Racing Products and Hoosier Tire Southwest have been in the racing business for 30 years in the Dallas, Fort Worth area. Visit Smiley’s, either in Kennedale, at the showroom store in Mesquite, or at the racetracks. All employees at Smiley's Racing Products and Hoosier Tire Southwest are directly involved with race teams either as owners, drivers, pit crew members etc. What this means to you our customers is racing advice that has been tested on the track first, and then they pass their findings on to the customer. From parts and tires to complete race cars, Smiley’s Racing Products and Hoosier Tire Southwest is ready to help you get to the checkered flag first. All aspects of their business can be seen at www.SmileysRacing.com. Click on catalog and put your information in and you will be sent a catalog free of charge.

Brady Bacon Racing would like the following sponsors for all their help: Fatheadz Eyewear, Viper Risk Management Group, Triple X Race Co., Tel-Star Technologies, PPM Titanium Products, KTA Kiser’s Truck and Auto (formerly Sham’s Garage), Heath Clips Lawn Care, Chubby from CnB Mushroom Farms, Lucas Oil Products, Factory Kahne, FK Indy, Lightning Wings, CP Carrillo, Keizer Wheels, Smiley’s Racing Products, Eaton Industrial Coatings, Sweet Mfg., Butlerbuilt Seats, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Proglide Coatings, Diversified Machine Inc., Fuel Safe, Allstar Performance, Simpson, Octane Ink, Schroth Racing, Wilwood, King Racing Products and Schoenfeld Headers.

The Hoffman #69 sprinter is sponsored by Mean Green, Mopar, Triple X Race Components, Hoosier, DMI, Lykins, Engler Machine & Tool, Goodridge Fluid Transfer Systems, KSE, MPD Racing, CSI Shocks, XYZ Machining, Saldana Racing Products, Fuel Safe Racing Cells, Fastener Specialty Motorsports, Wilwood Brakes, Joe Gibbs Driven Racing Oil, Zemco Headers, Chalk Racing Products and Weld.

Photo: Brady competes at Terre Haute’s Tony Hulman Classic (Bubba’s Pics)

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