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Rodney Sanders

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United States Modified Touring Series Inc

HQ Phone:  (515) 297-3835

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United States Modified Touring Series Inc

1715 West 2nd Street

Webster City, Iowa,50595

United States

Company Description

In addition to the USMTS, Staley also operates the United States Racing Association (USRA), which sanctions weekly auto racing at several tracks in the region. "My family and I drove through Parkersburg last weekend. ...more

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Official Internet Home of The Midsouth Racing Scene

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Rodney Sanders Snags SOS Checkers with USMTS
Happy, Texas (03/14/17) - Rodney Sanders parked his Wichita Tank Racing #20 Swan Energy/ MB Customs/ Hatfield Racing Engine Modified in Victory Lane with the United States Modified Touring Series on Saturday night. He scored $4,000 for his winning effort. Back with the United States Modified Touring Series (USMTS) on Thursday evening, Rodney Sanders was one of 42 Open Wheel Modifieds signed in at Southern Oklahoma Speedway (Ardmore, Oklahoma) for the opening round of the 5th annual Sooner Showdown presented by Production Jars. Scoring a 2nd-place finish in his heat behind Ricky Thornton Jr., Sanders earned the 3rd-starting position for the opening night feature. Holding his position on a track that saw very limited passing, Rodney notched a 3rd-place finish behind Thornton Jr. and Ryan Gustin with Johnny Scott and Chris Brown rounding out the Top 5. On Friday, coming from the 7th-starting position in his heat race, Sanders scored a runner-up finish behind Ricky Thornton Jr. Earning the 3rd-starting position for the A-Main, Rodney was running in 2nd until suffering at flat tire on lap 29. Rejoining the field from the tail after swapping out his tire, Sanders battled back to an 18th-place finish on a one-lane track. For the final night of the Sooner Showdown on Saturday, Sanders passed four cars in his heat race to place 2nd behind R.C. Whitwell. Rolling off from the pole after the redraw, Rodney took control of the lead on the very first lap and never looked back. Leading all 50 circuits, Rodney Sanders battled a hard-charging Dereck Ramirez in lapped traffic just past the midway point before picking up his second victory of the season and a $4,000 payday. Ramirez, Chris Brown, Zack VanderBeek, and Jason Hughes followed Sanders across the finish line. "It was a little dicey there in traffic late in the race, but luckily I was able to keep the lead," said Sanders. "We had a really good car the whole weekend, but it took me until the final night to put it altogether. I would like to thank my team, my sponsors, and my fans for their great support." For full results from these events, please visit www.USMTS.com . This weekend, March 17-19, Rodney will pull double duty during the inaugural Short Track Shootout at Southern New Mexico Speedway (Las Cruces, New Mexico). The tripleheader for Super Late Models and Modifieds was postponed from its original date in January, after Mother Nature intervened. For more information on the big weekend, please visit www.SNMSpeedway.com . Rodney Sanders would like to thank all of his sponsors including Wichita Tank Racing, Swan Energy, Kimrad Transport, DriveWFX.com, S&S Fishing and Rental, Krohn Farms, STSI, Mars Race Cars, MB Customs, KBC Graphics, Bergman Tax and Accounting, Hatifeld Race Engines, Deatherage Opticians, VP Race Fuels, C&R Incorporated, Beyea Headers, CMD Race Shocks, Keyser Manufacturing, Integra Race Shocks, Eibach, Wilwood Brakes, Palmer Painting, D&G Contracting, Driven Oil, 87 Automotive, FK Rod Ends, Allstar Performance, Fikes Transmission, QA1 Driveshafts, Performance Bodies, Day Motorsports, and MSRMafia.com Marketing Services. For more information on Rodney Sanders, please visit www.RodneySandersRacing.net .


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Sanders decimates USMTS field in Mason City
MASON CITY, Iowa (May 26) -- Mother Nature spared the Mason City Motor Speedway Thursday evening, but Rodney Sanders wasn't as kind to his fellow USMTS competitors during the "All-In" 30 presented by Diamond Jo Casino. When the 26-year-old from Happy, Texas, streaked beneath the checkered flag at the end of the 32-lap Casey's General Stores "A" Main, it was more than eight seconds before runner-Up Jason Hughes followed suit. And against a stout field featuring the Best of the Best in the sport, the 2013 and 2014 USMTS national champion lapped all but seven cars in a dominating effort. "I saw a bunch of guys that run well right in front of us," Sanders said. Sanders is no stranger to rim-riding around the high side of a dirt track, but it's been a missing element for many years at the North Iowa Fairgrounds facility. First-year promoter Al Hejna-along with his son-in-law, Ryne Staley, and USMTS founder Todd Staley-took over the promotional duties here shortly after the end of the 2015 season which was ended abruptly due to low car count and miserable fan turnout. Fixing the neglected racing surface was a primary objective from day one, and the former I-35 Speedway re-opened as Mason City Motor Speedway just four days ago to a packed house and full pits with two- and three-wide racing. Thursday's show was more of the same despite what looked to be an easy bet on a rain-out early on. "They've done a lot of work to it, and for the better," Sanders added. "With all the rain they had and how good the track was considering that, I'm sure there will be more specials here." Nothing could keep Sanders out of Widow Wax Victory Lane on Thursday-not even the weather. For Sanders though it did rain hundred-dollar bills (30 of them to be exact). 3. (8) 20 Rodney Sanders, Happy, Texas. 1. (2) 20 Rodney Sanders, Happy, Texas, MBCustom/Geddes, 32, $3000.


USMTS Driver Profile: Rodney Sanders

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Speednet Direct

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Sanders started on the pole and led all 50 laps of the feature race, but after rolling over the scales under the minimum weight The Rocket was disqualified and The Reaper was awarded the win.
PARK CITY, Kan.- Following ten intense qualifying heat races on Friday night, Rodney Sanders and Ryan McAninch earned front-row starting spots for Saturdays $5,000-to-win main event of the inaugural Chisholm Trail Showdown at the 81 Speedway. Sanders bested all drivers in combined points from his two qualifying heats, winning his first from the fourth starting spot and doing it again from sixth in his second attempt. Jeremy Payne won in 2013 and again in 2015, and Rodney Sanders picked up a win in both the 2014 and 2015 campaigns. Jeremy Payne won in 2013 and again in 2015, and Rodney Sanders picked up a win in both the 2014 and 2015 campaigns. Jesse Sobbing and Zack VanderBeek were also in the mix with Hughes and Scott, finishing fourth and fifth, respectively, while Rodney Sanders rebounded from a second-lap flat tire to claw his way back to sixth. Sobbing leap-frogged back ahead of Sanders by three points (1236 to 1233) and VanderBeek is close behind with 1211 markers. Fourth-place finisher Ryan McAninch was also disqualified for a similar infraction, dropping him from fourth and jumping Jason Hughes, Rodney Sanders and Brent Larson into third, fourth and fifth, respectively. On the first lap of Fast Shafts Heat Race #2, Sanders and fellow front-row starter Jon Thompson bumped going into the first corner. Jesse Sobbing came into the event atop the points standings, but had a night that was about as long as that of Sanders, albeit he kept his MB Customs on all four wheels all night. With one down and 14 races to go in The Hunt, Sanders leads Sobbing by five points (177 to 172) with Ramirez in third with 159 markers. Past Winners at 81 Speedway: Rodney Sanders (2), Stormy Scott, Jeremy Payne, Jason Hughes. Shryock (5), Rodney Sanders (4), Ryan Gustin (3), Jason Krohn (2), Johnny Scott (2), Past Winners at Monett Speedway: Ryan Gustin (3), Terry Phillips (3), Johnny Bone Jr. (2), Jason Hughes (2), Kelly Shryock (2), Rodney Sanders, Mark Noble, George White. For anybody but Sanders, the 2015 Hunt for the USMTS Caseys Cup powered by S&S Fishing & Rental will award $20,000 to the champion. Jason Hughes finally secured his first USMTS National Championship in 2010 while Gustin settled for runner-up honors again, but The Reaper roared back in 2011 to claim his first title, and then did it again in 2012 to join Shryock as the only other multi-time champion before Sanders duplicated the feat in 2013-2014. For anybody but Sanders, the 2015 Hunt for the USMTS Caseys Cup powered by S&S Fishing & Rental will award $20,000 to the champion. Jason Hughes finally secured his first USMTS National Championship in 2010 while Gustin settled for runner-up honors again, but The Reaper roared back in 2011 to claim his first title, and then did it again in 2012 to join Shryock as the only other multi-time champion before Sanders duplicated the feat in 2013-2014. Happy, Texas -Rodney Sanders extended his current win streak to six over the weekend with three more triumphs aboard his #20 Swan Energy/MB Customs Open Wheel Modified. Continuing on the United States Modified Tour Series (USMTS) schedule, Rodney Sanders made the trip to 81 Speedway (Park City, Kansas) on Thursday evening. Coming off three-straight wins in USMTS competition, Rodney continued his streak to advance three spots in his heat race to record a win. With a total field of 58 Open Wheel Modifieds, Rodney Sanders never looked back from his pole position starting spot in the finale to record his fourth straight feature win. Sanders picked up $3,000 for his efforts, ousting Johnny Scott, Ryan Gustin, Grant Junghans and Brian Franz in the 40-lap A-Main. On Friday night Rodney continued action with the USMTS by making the trek to Red River Speedway (Wichita Falls, Texas). With another packed house of 36 Open Wheel Modifieds, Sanders landed the #20 Kimrad Transport Modified in victory lane for the fifth straight night. Charging from 7th to 2nd in his heat, Rodney went on to lead every lap of the 40-lap Casey's General Store A-Main. Rodney Sanders visited Route 66 Motor Speedway (Amarillo, Texas) on Saturday night in hopes of keeping his USMTS streak afloat with six wins. With a car count of 45 Open Wheel Modifieds, Sanders went on to lead every lap of his heat and 40-lap feature to register his sixth straight win of the season. Recording yet another $3,000 payday, Rodney won his 12th Modified feature of the season with Dereck Ramirez, Steve Whiteaker Jr. Stormy Scott and Casey Arneson rounding out the top five. "Just wow, that's about all that I can say," an elated Sanders commented after his sixth win. Rodney Sanders would like to thank all of his sponsors including Swan Energy, Kimrad Transport, S&S Fishing and Rental, Special Care, Outreachers Sustainable Solutions, Swan Racing, Geddes Race Engines, MB Customs, Alaron Energy, B&L Satellite Rental, STSI, Integra Shocks, Keyser Manufacturing, C&R Radiators, Eibach Springs, Charter Oak Production Company, Palmer Painting, Beyea Headers, Five Star Shop Service, McDonald Oil Field Services, KBC Graphics, D&G Contracting, FK Rod Ends, Fike's Transmissions, Krohn Farms, Mars Race Cars, K&N Filters, Club 29 Race Cars, Real Racing Wheels, 87 Automotive, Wichita Tank Racing, Wehrs Machine, All-Star Performance, Wilwood Breaks, Driven Race Oils, CMD Race Shocks, and MSRMafia.com Marketing Services. For more information on Rodney Sanders, please visit http://www.RodneySandersRacing.net PARK CITY, Kan. One year ago when the United States Modified Touring Series invaded the 81 Speedway near Wichita, Kan., Rodney Sanders led the entire main event until a late-race caution nearly thwarted his victory celebration when Zack VanderBeek pulled ahead o the white flag lap only to have Sanders nip him at the line and preserve the win. In Thursdays return of the USMTS Caseys Cup powered by S&S Fishing & Rental, there were no late cautions and no surprises, and Sanders walked away with his fourth straight USMTS victory after winning the final three shows last weekend. After quickly climbing to the front after starting seventh, Johnny Scott pulled to within three car-lengths of Sanders early in the 40-lap race but was never able to mount a serious challenge for the lead. Instead, Sanders sliced his way through the back-markers like a hot knife through butter and left his chasers far behind to battle it out for bridesmaid honors. "I saw (Franz) on the bottom there early, but I was kind of too free getting into the corner and too tight on the throttle to stay down there so I was just trying to keep my momentum up," Sanders said in victory lane. One of those other drivers, Rodney Sanders, failed to finish the main event for the first time since that same June 27 event. While battling among the top five in Thursdays feature, a battery failure sidelined the defending United States Modified Touring Series national champion just 10 laps into the race. Zack VanderBeek, who finished second to Sanders here earlier this summer, wound up with his second runner-up finish in as many tries at C. Ray Halls 3/8-mile oval in Park City, Kan. Sanders remains atop the points standings in the Hunt for the Caseys Cup with a 24-point cushion over Scott (438 to 414). Happy, Texas - Rodney Sanders pushed his 2014 win tally to fourteen over the weekend with yet another triumph in his #20 Swan Energy/MB Customs/Geddes Racing Engine Open Wheel Modified. Rodney Sanders was back in victory lane with the United States Modified Touring Series (USMTS) on Thursday evening at 81 Speedway (Park City, Kansas). Sanders prevailed over Zack VanderBeek by eleven one-thousandths of a second in a finish that is sure to be talked about for years to come. Thirty competitors entered the event, and a heat race win once again sent Sanders to the redraw for the feature, where he received the second starting spot alongside Dallas Everett. From the outside front row, Sanders blasted to the race lead at the drop of the green flag. Rodney held a commanding lead out front until the race's first yellow flag slowed the action on lap eighteen. Sanders fended off second running Zack VanderBeek through two more caution periods before the third and final yellow flag waved with three to go. This time, Sanders couldn't shak


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Greg Skaggs of Bixby, Okla., is fourth (1337), followed by Steve Holzkamper of Gentry, Ark. (1323), Scott Green of Derby, Kan. (1073), Jamie Burford of Keatchie, La. (955), Rodney Sanders of Happy, Texas (897) and New Sharon, Iowa's Zack VanderBeek (889).9. 20 - Rodney Sanders -- Happy, TX … 897


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