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Rookie Crapser rocks Rapid Speedway for first USMTS win!
Party Bus Available!
Our new 2-Seater car for fans!
Rookie Crapser rocks Rapid Speedway for first USMTS win!

Rookie Crapser rocks Rapid Speedway for first USMTS win!

7/22/2015 -
ROCK RAPIDS, Iowa—Cory Crapser got a wakeup call on lap 28, so he “got up on the wheel” and took control for the final seven laps to score
Party Bus Available!

Party Bus Available!

2/12/2015 -
We are excited to announce are partnership with Executive Touch Charters. They will be providing a bus for us every Friday night at Rapid
Our new 2-Seater car for fans!

Our new 2-Seater car for fans!

3/30/2015 -
This year we will have a 2-seat car that we will raffle off for a chance to take a few laps with Dereck as your driver! We will sell tickets
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Eric Schulz

Eric Schulz

Sioux Falls, SD
Eric Schulz

Quick Facts

Driver Biography:

My parents Started taking me to races at a ripe age of 6 months. With being around the races for most of my life, it was only a matter of time before I got involved. At 17 years old, after many years of and dreaming, I finally saved up enough to buy my first race car. It was a 1979 Olds with a 455 motor in it, all ready to go for enduro races. I had a lot of fun, but felt it was time to move up in 2005. I went to the local racers swap meet looking for a b-mod, but found a good deal on sprint chassis instead.

For the next year I worked hard and saved money and was on the track in the spring of 2006. During my second night on the track with my sprinter I made a rookie mistake and destroyed my car. After healing up and rebuilding, I was back on the track in August.

In 2007 I competed in my first full season. After racing hard and learning a lot, I came out at the end of the season on top!

In 2008 I received the Max Henery Sportsman of the Year Award, and got third in points.

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