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Brownstown Speedway 2023 Season Awards Banquet

Brownstown Speedway will honor the 2023 Champions, Rookies and the Top 10 in each division on Saturday, January 20, 2024 at Pewter Hall in Brownstown, IN.

EVERYONE is welcome to attend including drivers, family and fans. Simply complete the form and send your money order or check to the address listed.

Drivers MUST PRE-PAY AND BE PRESENT to receive awards/monies.

All banquet tickets must be pre-paid and received no later than November 30, 2023 to ensure enough timing to have the trophies made. No tickets will be sold at the door.

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What: 2023 Season Awards Banquet
When: Saturday, January 20, 2024
Where: Pewter Hall - 850 W. Sweet St., Brownstown, IN 47220
Time: Doors Open - 5:30pm, Dinner - 6:30pm, Awards to Follow Dinner
DJ to Follow Awards
Cost: $32 per person - Money order or check MUST be received by November 30, 2023

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2023 Brownstown Speedway Track Champions
Slicker Graphics Super Late Model - Jared Bailey
P3 Graphix LLC Indiana Pro Late Model Series - Alan Magner
Signals Driving School Modified - Brayden Watson
Pewter Hall Super Stock - Tanner Chastain
All In One Pools Pure Stock - Josh Hayes
Haymaker Customs Hornet - Jeremy Shemwell
Flag 2 Flag Media Crown Vic - Phillip Boudreaux

2023 Rookies of the Year Sponsored by Schaefer Photos & Custom Designs
P3 Graphix LLC Indiana Pro Late Model Series - Nolan Wells
Pewter Hall Super Stock - Chris Batchelor
All In One Pools Pure Stock - AJ Wilson
Haymaker Customs Hornet - Marshall Claycamp
Flag 2 Flag Media Crown Vic - Nathan Lewis
Signals Driving School Modified - Dustin Herron

FunFest 2023 Racing Results

October 15, 2023 - The 28th Annual Funfest was the final event of the 2023 Brownstown Speedway racing season. The 410 Non Wing Sprints(Friday) & Super Late Models(Saturday) ran one night only complete shows. All the other divisions ran events on both Friday & Saturday nights. Rain showers halted Friday night's racing program before all the events finished. Some of Friday's events had to be ran on Saturday with a revamped format. The weekend concluded with Sunday enduros.

On Friday night, Cody Trammell would prevail in the 410 Non Wing Sprint car feature. Trammell was followed by Mario Clouser, Isaac Chapple, Brandon Mattox, and Braxton Cummings.

The Saturday Super Late Model event would see Jared Bailey in victory lane. Bailey would lead Ryan Lanphierd, Brandon Thurlby, Skyller Lewis, and Jeffrey Shackelford at the checkers.

The following drivers also visted victory lane during FunFest:

Indiana Pro Late Models - Odd/Even Feature: Derek Groomer - Saturday Feature: Derek Groomer,
Modifieds - Saturday Feature: Brayden Watson
Super Stocks - Saturday Feature: Derek Groomer
Pure Stocks - Saturday Feature: Mickey Hines
Bombers - Saturday Feature: Dalton Roark
Crown Vics - Odd Feature: Jason Basham - Even Feature: Michael Cranmer -
Saturday Feature: Michael Cranmer
Hornets - Odd Feature: Michael Brewer - Even Feature: Brian Pollitt -
Saturday Feature: Brian Pollitt

Pure Stock Enduro: Alex Shipman
Hornet Enduro: Jacob Owens

Full Results....    

Shelby Miles, Derek Groomer, Brayden Watson, Tanner Chastain,
Brent McMillan, & Michael Brewer are Winners on Championship Night...

Shelby Miles

October 7, 2023 - It was a cool fall Saturday night at the Speedway for "Championship Night" with six racing divisions on hand.

Shelby Miles took the lead late in the "Slicker Graphics" Super Late Model feature and went on to get his first Super Late Model win of 2023. Miles also has a 2023 win in Pro Late Models. Miles was followed by Tyler Collins, Jared Bailey, James Rice, and David Webb. Jared Bailey's third place finish secured him the 2023 "Slicker Graphics" Super Late Model track championship. This is Bailey's first ever Brownstown championship.

Derek Groomer led flag to flag in the "P3 Graphix" ILMS Pro Late Model feature. Groomer has 4 wins in three different divisions at the track for the year (2 in Super Stocks, 1 in Modifieds & 1 in Pro Late Models). Groomer took the win over Tyler Cain, Tyler Neal, Marty O'Neal, & Jug Wethington. Alan Magner, a two-time Super Stock track champion, would get his first "P3 Graphix" ILMS Pro Late Model championship.

Brayden Watson continued winning in "Signals Driving School" Modifieds. Watson recorded his fourth win in-a-row over Ben Harmon, Brent Lee, Steve Haefke, & Zachary Stalker. Watson also scored his first ever track championship, becoming the 2023 "Signals Driving School" Modified track champion.

Tanner Chastain made his move in heavy lapped traffic to take the lead over Zach Sasser with four laps to go and picked up his third win of the year in "Pewter Hall" Super Stocks. Zach Sasser, Tucker Chastain, Greg Amick, & Trey Chastain completed the top five. Tanner Chastain would also become a first-time track champion by winning the 2023 "Pewter Hall" Super Stock track championship.

In "All in One Pools" Pure Stocks, Brent McMillan fought off challenges from Mickey Hines and Hunter Perry to score his third win out of the last four races. McMillan has four wins on the year. Hunter Perry, Josh Turner, Mickey Hines, & Keaton Streeval followed McMillan at the checkers. Josh Hayes is the 2023 "All in One Pools" Pure Stock track champion, his first ever Brownstown championship.

The "Haymaker Customs" Hornet feature was one of the best features of the night. Michael Brewer, Jeremy Shemwell, and Jeremy Ogle waged battle all race to a near photo finish with Michael Brewer coming out with the win. Jeremy Shemwell, Jeremy Ogle, Brian Pollitt, & Brandon Crockett followed Brewer at the finish. Brewer has six wins on the year with five wins coming out of the last six races. The 2023 "Haymaker Customs" Hornet track champion is Jeremy Shemwell, his first ever Brownstown Speedway track championship.

Full Results....     Winners Pics .....

Bobby Pierce is Hoosier Dirt Classic Winner..,
Brayden Watson Scores Modified Feature Win.

Bobby Pierce

October 6, 2023 - Back in July, weather postponed the Hoosier Dirt Classic for the Case Construction World of Outlaw Late Models. They returned Friday night for the running of the Hoosier Dirt Classic along with the Valvoline Iron-Man Late Model Series. Forty-two World of Outlaw and Iron-Man Late Models were on hand for the event.

Current Case Construction World of Outlaw point leader Bobby Pierce would take the lead in the early portion of the 40-lap $10,000 to win event and go on to record his second career Hoosier Dirt Classic victory. Pierce has two Brownstown victories for the year.

Pierce held off all challengers during restarts and heavy lapped traffic to take the checkers ahead of Chris Madden, Tyler Erb, Gordy Gundaker, and Adam Stricker. Rounding out the top ten was Kyle Bronson, Cade Dillard, Shane Clanton, Dennis Erb Jr., and Tanner English.

Brayden Watson continued wining in "Signals Driving School" Modifieds. Watson scored his third win of the year, all coming in the last three Modified events. Brent Lee, Ben Harmon, Steve Haefke, and Michael Wesselman completed the top five.

Brent Lee holds a one point lead over Brayden Watson for the Modified track championship heading into Saturday's Championship night event.

Full Results....     Winners Pics .....

Michael Cranmer is Crown Vic Shootout Winner,
Tyler Cain, Tucker Chastain, Mickey Hines, & Michael Brewer Victorious

Michael Cranmer

Sept. 30, 2023 - Saturday night was the "Flag 2 Flag Media" Crown Vics night in the spotlight at the Speedway. The highlight of the night was the running of the $1000 win Crown Vic Shootout. Forty Crown Vics were on hand for the event.

Michael Cranmer had a good night by winning his heat race, taking home $200 for winning the "Dash for Cash" and then led flag-to-flag in the $1000 to win 25-lap Crown Vic Shootout. Aaron Seay and Trevor Cranmer would pressure the leader throughout the feature but would end up second and third. Jeff Cranmer and Zachary Stalker rounded out the top five. Aaron Seay was the overall fast qualifier. Phillip Boudreaux secured the "Flag 2 Flag Media" Crown Vic track championship.

Tyler Cain continued his hot streak in "P3 Graphix" ILMS Pro Late Models. Cain cashed in on his 4th feature win in-a-row and 5th win out of the last 6 races. Alan Magner led several laps before Cain took over and got the win. Magner finished second ahead of Steve Peeden, Marty O'Neal and Tyler Neal.

Tucker Chastain jumped to the early lead in "Pewter Hall" Super Stocks and had to fight off Matt Boknecht for most of the feature. Tucker scored his third win of the year over Matt Boknecht, Tanner Chastain, Greg Amick, and Isaiah Sasser.

Mickey Hines took lead with two to go in "All in One Pools" Pure Stocks and captured his third win of the year. Keaton Streeval, Brent McMillan, Hunter Perry, and Josh Turner trailed at the checkers.

Michael Brewer recorded his fourth win out of the last five "Haymaker Customs" Hornet features. Brewer has five wins for the year. Jeremy Shemwell, Jeremy Ogle, Matt Miller, Curtis Roccia rounded out the top five.

Full Results....     Winners Pics .....

Ricky Thornton Jr. Earns First Career Jackson 100...,
Brayden Watson & Derek Groomer Visit Victory Lane...

Ricky Thornton Jr.

Sept. 23, 2023 - Ricky Thornton Jr. regained the lead from Hudson O’Neal with 18 laps remaining and pulled away to win the richest event in Brownstown Speedway history on Saturday night. Thornton’s victory in the 44th Annual Jackson 100 was worth $30,000.

It was Thornton’s first win in the annual event that has been held every year since its inception in 1980. O’Neal who led 28 laps during the mid-point of the race could not hold off Thornton who went on to win by 2.167 seconds.

Devin Moran rounded out the Big River Steel Podium in third with defending Jackson 100 champion Tim McCreadie finishing fourth and Cory Hedgecock rounding out the top five.

Completing the top ten were Michael Chilton, Daulton Wilson, Tanner English. Nick Hoffman, and Max Blair.

Brayden Watson picked up his 2nd win of the year in "Signals Driving School" Modifieds. Jacoby Hines jumped to the early lead with Watson looking to make his move. Watsom took the lead on lap 12 and never looked back. Brent Lee, John Demoss, Jerry Davis, and Zachary Stalker rounded out the top five.

Derek Groomer in "Pewter Hall" Super Stock action would record his 2nd win of the year. Jt Huffman jumped to the lead at the start of the feature with Groomer looking to pass. Groomer took the lead on lap five and then Branden Carr joined in on the action. Groomer and Carr traded the lead a couple times before Groomer took the lead for good and got the win. Branden Carr ended up second with Matt Boknecht, Tanner Chastain, and Jt Huffman following.

Full Results....     Winners Pics .....

Mike Marlar Captures CJ Rayburn Memorial,
Tyler Cain is Bowman Family 50 Winner...

Mike Marlar

Sept. 22, 2023 - Mike Marlar and the late C.J. Rayburn were long time friends and on Friday Night he paid the best tribute he could to one of his racing mentors - winning the 40-lap 2nd Annual C.J. Rayburn Memorial at Brownstown Speedway. The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series-sanctioned event drew 45 cars.

Marlar grabbed the lead from Nick Hoffman on lap nine when Hoffman slipped off the frontstretch. Marlar then went on to take the $10,000 victory ahead of Ricky Thornton Jr., Devin Moran, Jonathan Davenport, and Hoffman. The race went green to checkers without any caution flags.

Completing the top ten were Brandon Overton, Tim McCreadie, Jason Jameson, Josh Rice, and Daulton Wilson.

Tyler Cain has been on fire in "P3 Graphix" Indiana Late Model Series Pro Late Models and that did not change Friday night. Tyler Cain recorded his second career Bowman 50 win to be the only two time winner of the annual event.

Chad Stapleton jumped to the early lead, but on lap 6 Cain would take the point and go on to win his fourth ILMS feature out of the last five races. Tyler Neal, Marty O'Neal, Jug Wethington, and Derek Groomer rounded out the top five.

Full Results....     Winners Pics .....

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2023 Racing Season is Complete


Thank You for supporting us in 2023.


See everyone next year!!!



"2023 Racing Banquet"

January 20, 2024

Pewter Hall Event Center and Catering, 850 W. Sweet St., Brownstown

Doors Open - 5:30pm
Dinner - 6:30pm
Awards to Follow Dinner
DJ to Follow Awards

Cost: $32 per person - Money order or check MUST be received with Banquet Form by November 30, 2023


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Gates open 3:00

Drivers Draw ends 5:15.

Hot Laps at 6:00.


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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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Promoter - Jim Price

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2023 Point

Super Late Models

1. Jared Bailey #24
2. David Webb #13W
3. Devin Gilpin #1G
4. Tyler Collins #11
5. Chad Stapleton #32


Super Stocks

1. Tanner Chastain #3X
2. Zach Sasser #79S
3. JT Huffman #95H
4. Isaiah Sasser #11S
5. Greg Amick #0027


UMP Modifieds

1. Brayden Watson #91
2. Brent Lee #148
3. Jacoby Hines #115
4. Steve Haefke #41
5. David Winters Jr. #118jr


ILMS Pro Late Models

1. Alan Magner #17M
2. Marty O'Neal #19
3. Patrick Shumaker #42
4. Caleb Schryer #422
5. Zack Burton #3Z


Pure Stocks

1. Josh Hayes #21H
2. Tommy Fleenor #70
3. Buddy Stearns #222
4. Donnie Wilson #78
5. Mickey Hines #43



1. Jeremy Shemwell #27
2. Scott Smith #85S
3. Brian Pollitt #5B
4. Michael Brewer #20
5. Jeremy Ogle #85


Crown Vics

1. Phillip Boudreaux #91B
2. Nathan Lewis* #47
3. Stacie Fitzgerald #23
4. Ray Weston #16
5. Ryan Woods #72W


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