TULSA, Okla. – Because the thirty fifth Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals winds into its second half at Tulsa Expo Raceway, the entry checklist for John Christner Trucking Qualifying Night time is headlined by three-time occasion winner Christopher Bell.
Bell, who hoisted the Golden Driller from 2017-’19, will wheel the iRacing/PristineAuction.com No. 84x Spike-Speedway Toyota for CB Industries, the rising powerhouse owned by Chad Boat that earned the USAC midget championship final yr.
The Norman, Okla., native is already a winner this week, topping the Vacuworx Invitational Race of Champions on Tuesday night.
Buddy Kofoid, final yr’s Chili Bowl Rookie of the Yr who completed third on his preliminary evening and impressed Bell and others throughout the Thursday characteristic a yr in the past, is again for one more go within the Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports No. 67 Bullet- Speedway Toyota.
Kofoid, from Penngrove, Calif., is looking for his first Chili Bowl preliminary evening win and his second begin in as many tries within the Saturday foremost occasion.
Kaylee Bryson shall be in a second KKM automotive competing Thursday, hoping to grow to be the primary feminine driver to ever make the Saturday A Fundamental on the Chili Bowl, whereas Logan Seavey will strap right into a Swindell Motorsports with Mike Curb entry chasing his fourth Chili Bowl begin.
Zeb Sensible is driving for his third crew in as a few years in Tulsa – this time with the Matt Wooden Racing steady – and triple USAC dash automotive champion Brady Bacon will step into the Kelly Hinck-owned No. 21h after the dying of his longtime Chili Bowl automotive proprietor, Frank Manafort, final spring.
Different notables within the Thursday subject embrace five-time ASCS Nationwide Tour champion Sam Hafertepe Jr., Oklahoma USAC ace Jason McDougal, Midwest Dash Automobile Sequence king Chase Stockon, filth modified star Nick Hoffman, NASCAR common Garrett Smithley and NHRA Prime Gas star Austin Prock – who obtained his begin in midgets earlier than shifting to pull racing.
Sixty-seven complete automobiles are slated on the John Christner Trucking Night time entry checklist, together with TBA entries from RMS Racing and Reinbold-Underwood Motorsports.
John Christner Trucking Qualifying Night time Entry Listing
Automobile No. – Driver – Hometown (Entrant)
0k – Don O’Keefe Jr. – Pittsboro, Ind. (LOK Enterprises)
1g – Chase Stockon – Fort Department, Ind. (Jack Yeley)
1s – Spencer Bayston – Lebanon, Ind. (RMS Racing)
2nd – Matt Sherrell – Owasso, Okla. (Dan & Patricia Harris)
2h – Nick Hoffman – Mooresville, N.C. (RAMS Racing)
2L – Matt Linder – Braselton, Ga. (Mark Bush)
4b – Jason McDougal – Damaged Arrow, Okla. (Klatt Enterprises)
4cm – Cody Jessop – Madera, Calif. (Morgan Frewaldt)
5h – Casey Hicks – Platte Metropolis, Mo (Casey Hicks)
5w – Ben Value – Coalinga, Calif. (Petry Motorsports)
7m – Brody Roa – Buena Park, Calif. (Iron Dome-Moonshine Motorsports)
7mf – Probability Morton – Coweta, Okla. (Blane Morton)
7t – TBA – TBA (RMS Racing)
08j – Jace McIntosh – Bixby, Okla. (Dave Mac Motorsports)
8b – Brock Berreth – Tulsa, Okla. (Beason Holdings)
11a – Andrew Felker – Carl Junction, Mo. (Felker-Shields Racing)
11g – Mike Goodman – Damaged Arrow, Okla. (Travis Jenkins)
11x – Donovan Peterson – Brookings, S.D. (Metalworx Motorsports)
12s – Brent Shearer – Manheim, Pa. (Glenn Motorsports)
15 – Aaron Farney – Brookston, Ind. (MSW Motorsports)
15d – Andrew Deal – Caney, Kan. (Mike Deal)
15h – Sam Hafertepe Jr. – Sunnyvale, Texas (Hafertepe)
15n – Joey Brasil – Modesto, Calif. (Neverlift Motorsports)
15x – Carson Garrett – Littleton, Colo. (Broc Garrett)
17 – Tanner Berryhill – Bixby, Okla. (Tyler Thomas Motorsports)
17b – Ryan Bickett – Ramona, S.D. (Jody Rosenboom)
17d – Garrett Smithley – Ligonier, Pa. (Koontz Racing)
17x – Tres Mehler – Rectangular, Ailing. (Subsequent Stage Metallic)
19p – Austin Prock – Avon, Ind. (Hayward Motorsports)
19x – TBA – TBA (Reinbold-Underwood)
20g – Noah Gass – Mounds, Okla. (Dave Mac Motorsports)
21d – Justin Dickerson – Pittsboro, Ind. (Mike Dickerson)
21g – Trey Gropp – Lincoln, Neb. (Workforce Ripper)
21h – Brady Bacon – Damaged Arrow, Okla. (Kelly Hinck)
22t – Don Droud Jr. – Lincoln. Neb. (Laborious Guarantees)
25b – Steve Buckwalter – Royersford, Pa. (Brian Buckwalter)
25c – Courtney Crone – Corona, Calif. (Tom Malloy)
26m – Marshall Skinner – Marion, Ark. (Shawn Wooden)
28q – Sean Quinn – Clovis, Calif. (Jody Rosenboom)
29 – Tim Buckwalter – Douglassville, Pa. (Matt Seymour)
31k – Frankie Guerrini – San Rafael, Calif. (Beilman Motorsports)
35L – Cody Ledger – Omaha, Neb. (Ledger Racing)
37w – Zeb Sensible – Angola, Ind. (Matt Wooden Racing)
39 – Logan Seavey – Sutter, Calif. (Swindell Motorsports)
40 – J.T. Imperial – Mesa, Ariz. (Ashley & Laura Corey)
47c – Probability Crum – Snohomish, Wash. (Clauson Marshall Racing)
49j – Joe B. Miller – Millersville, Mo. (Lewis)
51x – Joe Walker – Harrisonville, Mo. (Walker Motorsports)
53r – Sean Robbins – Collinsville, Ailing. (Scott & Tyler Robbins)
56x – Mark Chisholm – Cheyenne, Wyo. (Mark Chisholm)
58 – Harley Rose – San Jose, Calif. (Chris Slay)
61 – Kenny Koelsch – Damaged Arrow, Okla. (Glenn Bratti)
67 – Buddy Kofoid – Penngrove, Calif. (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian)
69 – Stephen “Gravy” Fairfield – Jacksonville, Ailing. (Tom Casson)
71 – Kaylee Bryson – Muskogee, Okla. (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian)
71d – Jeff Wheeler – Rockwall, Texas (Donita Morris)
72c – Jeffrey Champagne – Westfield, Mass. (Sam Johnson Racing)
78m – Merle Scherb – Runaway Bay, Texas (Scott Scherb)
79m – Keith Martin – Burleson, Texas (Ryan Corridor Racing)
83 – T.J. Smith – Fresno, Calif. (JFM-Martens)
84s – Shaun Shapel – Wichita, Kan. (Phil Shapel)
84x – Christopher Bell – Norman, Okla. (CB Industries)
87f – Johnny Kent – Kiefer, Okla. (Kelly Fode)
88 – Terry Babb – Decatur, Ailing. (Babb Racing)
93 – Kyle Bellm – Nixa, Mo. (Dustin Morgan Racing)
117 – Ryan Ellis – Fairfax, Va. (Randy Washburn)
321 – Chad Winfrey – Gladstone, Mo. (Manufacturing facility Delty)
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