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Mike Fields Takes First "Brandeis Super Stock Series" Race...
Stapleton, Gilpin, Huebner & Gamblin Winners...

Mike FieldsMay 19, 2018 - Mike Fields took home the win and $1000 for the victory in race #1 of the "Brandeis Super Series" races for "Woolston Automotive" Super Stocks. Brandeis Machinery and Supply is sposoring a six race series for select Super Stock races in 2018 with each race paying $1000 to win. Fields becomes the fourth different winner out of four "Woolston Automotive" Super Stock races this season.

Fields was followed at rhe finish by Jason Hehman, Aubrey Eagan, Josh Divine and Tim Schumpe.

Chad Stapleton would pick up his first win of the year in "Print Worx" Indiana Pro Late Model action. Stapleton is the fourth different winner out of four Pro Late Model races for the year. Tyler Cain, Marty O'Neal, Geraid Gault and Raymond Humphrey completed the top five.

Devin Gilpin recorded his second seson win in "A & K Excavating" Modifieds.

Jeremy Huebner got his first ever Brownstown Speedway feature victory in "Pewter Hall" Pure Stocks. The "Pewter Hall" Pure Stocks has had four winners in four races this season.

In Hornet division feature action, Josh Gamblin would pick up his first ever Brownstown Speedway feature victory.

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Jason Hehman Captures "Scott Patman Tribute" Race...
Cain, Boknecht, Clegg & O'Neill Visit Victory Lane...

Jason HehmanMay 5, 2018 - Jason Hehman would become the third different "Woolston Automotive" Super Stock feature winner out of three races this season and add his name to the list of drivers to capture a "Scott Patman Tribute" race for Super Stocks.

Hehman was followed by Branden Carr, Josh Divine, Matt Boknecht and Aubrey Eagan at the finish. Tim Schumpe, Jt Huffman, David Brewer, Jim Ruddick and Colton Sullivan would round out the top ten.

The "Print Worx" Indiana Pro Late Models third race of the season would result in the third different winner on the year. Tyler Cain would visit victory lane in ILMS feature action. Cain would lead Hudson O'Neal, Jeremy Hines, Raymond Humphrey and Austin Burns to the checkers.

Matt Boknecht would take advantage of Tyler Nicely sliding over the bank in turn 3 coming to the white flag to get the victory in the "A & K Excavating" Modified feature. Ryan Thomas. Jeremy Hines, Ricky Arms and Jordan Wever would complete the top five.

"Pewter Hall" Pure Stock feature action would also see the third different winner in three races this year. Derek Clegg would get his first win of the year over Zachary Stalker, William Burton, Houston Roark and Donnie Wilson.

The Hornet division would finally get their first race of 2018 in the books, with Greg O'Neill recording the feature victory. O'Neill was folloed by Brian Mitchell, Bubby Gedling, Josh Hallett and Brian Moore.

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Shelby Miles Wins Super Late Model Feature...
O'Neal, Thomas, Boknecht, & Carr all Winners...

Shelby MilesApril 28, 2018 - Shelby Miles pulled double duty on John Jones Auto Group "Night at the Races", running in both the Super & Pro Late Model classes. Miles would get his first win of 2018 in the "Ez-Lift" Super Late Model division. Miles would also bring home a top five finish in the Pro Late Models.

In Super Late Model feature action, Matt Bex, Jared Bailey, Alan Magner and Dusty Chapman would follow Miles at the finish.

The "Print Worx" Indiana Pro Late Models second event of 2018 would see the second different winner of the year. Four-time and defending series champion, Marty O'Neal would add another career Pro Late Model feature to his total, winning his first feature of the year. Steve Godsey, Tyler Neal, Shelby Miles and Tyler Cain rounded out the top five.

Ryan Thomas would power his way to an "A & K Excavating" Modified feature victory in his Diamond Race Car modified. Jeremy Owens, Jeremy Hines, Jacoby Hines and Matt Boknecht followed Thomas at the checkers.

The "Woolston Automotive" Super Stocks had one last chance to tune up before next weeks' Scott Patman Super Stock Special. Matt Boknecht took advantage of the opportunity and took home the feature victory. Following Boknecht was Jason Hehman, Aubrey Eagan, Branden Carr and Tim Schumpe.

Dusten Carr parked his ride in victory lane in "Pewter Hall" Pure Stock action. Houston Roark, Josh Hayes, William Burton and Keaton Streeval completed the top five.

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Brownstown Speedway Announces “Brandeis Super Series”
for Woolston Automotive Super Stocks...

BrandeisBrownstown Speedway is excited to announce an additional partnership with Brandeis Machinery and Supply in conjunction with the Woolston Automotive Super Stock class. Brandeis Machinery and Supply has chosen to up the ante on six races throughout the remainder of the year. These six races in the Woolston Automotive Super Stock class will be known as the “Brandeis Super Series”.

Here’s how it works:

Brandeis will be adding $300 to the winner on the specified dates. If the winner has the Brandeis logo displayed on the car (these will be provided by Brandeis and be available at Brownstown Speedway), and additional $100 will be awarded. This makes the total to the winner a possible $1,000! Sounds pretty easy doesn’t it? That’s because it is!

It doesn’t stop there, the points awarded on that race night will be accumulated and kept separately from the regular track points (yes you will still receive your track points that night to be accumulated for the year end championship total) for the total of the 6 races. At the end of the 6 races, the most accumulated points for these 6 races ONLY will receive $500. So basically on these 6 dates you will get your regular track points for season championship and the number of points (same number as track points) you will receive those specific nights will go into a separate “series” set of points.

Specified Dates of these 6 Races:


A Little Bit About Brandeis Machinery and Supply:

Since 1908, Brandeis Machinery and Supply has sold, serviced and rented mining and construction equipment. Brandeis offer full parts/service/planned maintenance packages and a rental lineup. Brandeis is a full service equipment dealer, offering new equipment, used equipment, heavy equipment rentals, parts, service, and rebuilds. Visit or call one of eight locations in Kentucky and Indiana today! Brandeis, in partnership with Komatsu, is very excited to participate in the great tradition that is Indiana dirt track racing!

Tyler Neal Wins Opening ILMS Feature...
Boknecht, Shelton, Roark & Hernandez Visit Victory Lane...

Tyler NealApril 21, 2018 - The "Print Worx" Indiana Pro Late Models finally got to kick off the 2018 racing sesaon Saturday night. Tyler Neal had a perfect night, winning his heat race and taking home the win in the ILMS feature event.

Neal was followed at the checkers by Tyler Cain, Marty O'Neal, Issac Rainey and Geraid Gault.

"A & K Excavating" Modified feature action would produce a battle between a couple of Diamond Race Cars. Matt Boknecht took the victory over Ryan Thomas and visited victory lane for the first time in 2018. Randy Lines, Chad Combs and Dennis Boknecht would complete the top five.

The "Woolston Automotive" Super Stocks hit the track for the first time in 2018 and Dave Shelton would pick up his first ever Super Stock feature win at Brownstown. Shelton also won his heat race.

Houston Roark would get the win in the first "Pewter Hall" Pure Stock feature event for the year.

MMSA Mini Sprints also raced for the first time this season and Anton Hernandez would not be beat. Hernandez won his heat race and captured the first MMSA feature of 2018.

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Kevin Thomas Jr. Captures "No Way Out 40"...
Devin Gilpin is Double Feature Winner...

Kevin Thomas Jr.April 20, 2018 - Kevin Thomas Jr. dominated the non-wing sprint "No Way Out 40" feature to pocket the $10,000 top prize. KTJ becomes the ninth different winner in the 10 year history of this annual event. The 40-lap event went caution free, green to checkers.

KTJ was followed at the finish by Brady Bacon, Robert Ballou, Tyler Courtney and Chris Windom. Rounding out the top ten was Brady Short, Kody Swanson, Kyle Cummins, Justin Grant and Jeff Bland Jr.

Devin Gilpin was a double feature winner for the evening. Gilpin took home the win in the Super Late Model feature and was also victorious in the UMP Modified feature.

In Super Late Model action, Gilpin was followed by Tanner English, Nick Hoffman, Steve Casebolt and Alan Magner.

Gilpin was followed by Ryan Thomas, Derek Groomer, Michael McKinney and Levi Kissinger in the UMP Modified feature event.

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Upcoming Events


Sat., May 26th

Staff Management Night

Super Late Models, Indiana Pro Late Models, Modifieds, Super Stocks, Pure Stocks


Sat., June 2nd

Ultimate Battle of the Bluegrass Super Late Model Series

BoB Super Late Models $3000 to Win
plus Indiana Pro Late Models, Modifieds, Super Stocks, MMSA Mini Sprints


Sat., June 9th

OFF - No Racing


Sat., June 16th

Pure Stock Special - Don Russ Tribute

Pure Stocks, Indiana Pro Late Models, Modifieds, Super Stocks, Hornets


Sat., June 23rd

Midwest Sprint Car Series Non-wing Sprints

Non-wing Sprints, Racesaver Sprints, UMRA King of TQ's, Modifieds



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Regular Show Times

Gates open 3:00

Drivers Draw ends 5:15.

Hot Laps at 6:00.


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Regular Show

General Admission

$15 for adults -

Children 12 & under

Free with paid adult.

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Brownstown, IN 47220

Located on Highway 250 at the Jackson County Fairgrounds

(1 mile) south-east of Brownstown, Indiana


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Track Phone (Racedays)

(812) 358-5332


Promoter - Jim Price

(812) 620-0751




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2018 Point

Super Late Models

1. Alan Magner #17M
2. Matt Bex #80
3. Jared Bailey #24
4. Shelby Miles #76
5. Steve Godsey #14


Super Stocks

1. Jason Hehman #37
2. Aubrey Eagan #4A
3. Colton Sullivan #8S
4. Tim Schumpe #32
5. JT Huffman #95H


UMP Modifieds

1. Matt Boknecht #22
2. Dennis Boknecht #22D
3. Ryan Thomas #T9
4. Jeremy Owens #00
5. Jeremy Hines #16


ILMS Pro Late Models

1. Tyler Cain #5C
2. Marty O'Neal #19
3. Tyler Neal #20
4. Raymond Humphrey #75H
5. Zack Burton #3Z


Pure Stocks

1. Houston Roark #04H
2. Derek Clegg #02
3. Dalton Roark #02D
4. Keaton Streeval #14S
5. William Burton #X



1. Bubby Gedling #43
2. Brian Mitchell #28e
3. Bill Grant #52
4. Daniel Hobbs #22
5. Buzzy Jurek #12


Brandeis Super Series
Standings for Super Stocks

(After Race 1 of 6)

1.Mike Fields #33 185
2.Jason Hehman #37 178
3.Aubrey Eagan #4A 173
4.Josh Divine #29 168
5.Tim Schumpe #32 161
6.Jack Frye #2 159
7.JT Huffman #95H 157
8.David Brewer #31 154
9.Colton Sullivan #8 153
10.Stve Hollars #18 149
11.Zach Sasser #79 147
12.Jim Ruddick #3R 145
13.Tom Ault #1A 141
14.Justin Jeffries #05 140
15.Branden Carr #51C 139
16.Tyler Cooper #1 135
17.Matt Terry #3 134
18.Webb Lee #L66 133
19.Greg Garrison #2G 25
20.Tucker Chastain #75 25


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