Stacked Wednesday Chili
Sammy Swindell is among the top names entered for Wednesday's Chili Bowl Nationals preliminary program. (Brendon Bauman photo)

Stacked Wednesday Chili Bowl Field Led By Swindell

TULSA, Okla. – Wednesday’s Circle City Raceway Qualifying Night at the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals may have a new sponsor, but its entry list still features a longstanding list of top talent.

Five-time Chili Bowl champion Sammy Swindell is part of a loaded entry list for the third of five preliminary programs at the Super Bowl of Midget Racing, part of a 64-car field for the midway point of the week.

Swindell will wheel his familiar Swindell Motorsports with Mike Curb No. 1, unique square tail tank and all, as he pursues a record-extending sixth Golden Driller trophy in Tulsa.

He’s one of two past Chili Bowl champions racing the Wednesday preliminary, as two-time event winner Rico Abreu – who has won five of the last six Wednesday features at the Chili Bowl – steps into the Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports No. 97 once again.

NASCAR talent taking to Tulsa Expo Raceway Wednesday night includes two well-known Cup Series stars.

Roush Fenway Racing’s Ryan Newman will wheel a Clauson Marshall Racing entry, while defending Cup champion Chase Elliott drives for Paul May and DiaEdge Racing.

Former NTT IndyCar Series regular Santino Ferrucci, who is set for a part-time NASCAR Xfinity Series schedule, will drive one of two Dave Mac Motorsports cars in action Wednesday. Oklahoma University cheerleader Taylor Reimer will be Ferrucci’s teammate.

Iowa’s Brett Moffitt will represent the NASCAR Truck Series in a Bundy Built Motorsports entry Wednesday night, while Kevin Thomas Jr. and Emerson Axsom are among the USAC stars competing in the event.

Other Wednesday notables include POWRi champion Jake Neuman, World of Outlaws champion Brad Sweet and WoO regular Parker Price-Miller, dirt late model ace Kaeden Cornell, and teenage sprint car sensation Gio Scelzi.

KKM Giveback Classic winner Brian Carber, who declined the KKM ride he won at North Carolina’s Millbridge Speedway only for crowdfunding to help him rent the car anyway, makes his Chili Bowl debut Wednesday night as well.

The full entry list for Circle City Raceway Qualifying Night follows below.

Circle City Raceway Qualifying Night Entry List

Car No. – Driver – Hometown (Entrant)

00 – Karter Sarff – Mason City, Ill. (MSW Motorsports)
00c – Ryan Newman – South Bend, Ind. (Clauson Marshall Racing)
00s – Randy Sterling – Morrisdale, Pa. (Blane Morton)
1 – Sammy Swindell – Germantown, Tenn. (Swindell Motorsports)
1L – Cody Lampe – Jetmore, Kan. (Lampe)
2nd – Jeb Sessums – Burleson, Texas (Dan & Patricia Harris)
3n – Jake Neuman – New Berlin, Ill. (Jim Neuman)
3w – Brandon Waelti – Sun Prairie, Wis. (Martin Racing)
4a – Parker Price-Miller – Kokomo, Ind. (RAMS Racing)
4d – Robert Dalby – Anaheim, Calif. (Dalby Motorsports)
4r – Scott Towslee – Manchester, Vt. (Morgan Frewaldt)
5o – Chase Howard – Nesbit, Miss. (Hagar-Proctor Racing)
6s – Tyler Slay – Watsonville, Calif. (Chris Slay)
7j – Shawn Jackson – Bear, Del. (Jackson Racing)
7jw – Jarrad Warhurst – Joshua, Texas (Scott Scherb)
7r – A.J. Hopkins – Brownsburg, Ind. (Iron Dome-Moonshine Motorsports)
8k – Jake Neal – Omaha, Neb. (Kantor Motorsports)
8w – Troy Rutherford – Ojai, Calif. (Woodland Autosport)
9e – Chase Elliott – Dawsonville, Ga. (Paul May-DiaEdge Racing)
10 – Santino Ferrucci – Woodbury, Conn. (Dave Mac Motorsports)
12h – David Raquenio – Ventura, Calif. (Neverlift Motorsports)
14c – Zack Morgan – Springfield, Mo. (Tom Casson)
14f – Cameron Hagin – Broken Arrow, Okla. (Jessica Fenton)
15a – Emerson Axsom – Franklin, Ind. (Petry Motorsports)
15f – Kinzer Edwards – South Coffeyville, Okla. (Kelly Fode)
17m – Kala Keliinoi – Waianae, Hawaii (Koontz Racing)
19a – Chase Randall – Waco, Texas (Reinbold-Underwood)
22x – Steven Shebester – Mustang, Okla. (Jeff Martinez)
25k – Taylor Reimer – Tulsa, Okla. (Dave Mac Motorsports)
25x – Alex Bright – Collegeville, Pa. (Tom Malloy)
26r – Tristin Thomas – Burlington, Wash. (Rudeen Racing)
27b – A.J. Burns – Norman, Okla. (Burns)
27w – Colby Copeland – Roseville, Calif. (Matt Wood Racing)
34 – KJ Snow – Kingsburg, Calif. (Wade Wiseley)
35x – Tyler Robbins – Collinsville, Ill. (Scott & Tyler Robbins)
37 – Max Adams – Loomis, Calif. (A.J. Felker)
42 – Shawn Mahaffey – Tulsa, Okla. (Dean Franklin)
44c – Blake Carrier – Amite, La. (Ed Lee)
44s – Kameron Key – Warrensburg, Mo. (Chad Shields Racing)
45j – Shon Deskins – Waddell, Ariz. (Johnny Herrera Racing)
45m – Brett Moffitt – Grimes, Iowa (John Mitchell)
47w – Kevin Thomas Jr. – Cullman, Ala. (Matt Wood Racing)
50k – Kaeden Cornell – Willard, Mo. (Daum Motorsports)
52c – Cody Karl – Gulfport, Miss. (Ed Lee)
55x – Jake Swanson – Anaheim, Calif. (Alex Bowman Racing)
57k – Daniel Robinson – Ewing, Ill. (Daniel Robinson)
68s – Scott Scherb – Decatur, Texas (Scott Scherb)
70 – Cade Cowles – Bixby, Okla. (Garris Racing)
71j – Joe Weaver – Rockwall, Texas (Donita Morris)
71x – Brian Carber – Pipersville, Pa. (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian)
75 – Travis Berryhill – American Canyon, Calif. (SpeedQuip Motorsports)
77j – John Klabunde – Fort Calhoun, Neb. (Klabunde)
79s – Landon Simon – Indianapolis, Ind. (Ryan Hall Racing)
81 – Colten Cottle – Kansas, Ill. (Rick & Jason Burdick)
84 – Gio Scelzi – Fresno, Calif. (CB Industries)
84j – Jesse Shapel – Wichita, Kan. (Phil Shapel)
91 – Jeff Stasa – Kingman, Kan. (Mark Stasa)
91t – Tyler Thomas – Collinsville, Okla. (Tyler Thomas Motorsports)
97 – Rico Abreu – St. Helena, Calif. (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian)
97a- Austin O’Dell – Rochester, Ill. (Pat O’Dell)
98c – Slater Helt – Harrisonville, Mo. (Jody Rosenboom)
98m – Ricky McNamar – Lawton, Okla. (Wayne & Cindy Crow)
99k – Robert Carson – Concord, Calif. (LOK Enterprises)
130 – Larry Bratti – Springdale, Ark. (Larry Bratti – TJX Motorsports)

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