Robbie Kendall is still the leader in the race for the $20,000 Knoxville Nationals sponsorship from Priority Aviation. (Dan Demarco photo)

Kendall Remains Out Front In Nationals Sponsor Contest

KNOXVILLE, Iowa – Central Pennsylvania racer Robbie Kendall continues to lead the Priority Aviation $20,000 Knoxville Nationals sponsorship race.

The contest has returned, and there is an added vigor this year, as second place will receive $10,000 and third place $5,000. All drivers and teams competing at either the Knoxville 360 Nationals or the Knoxville Nationals are eligible.

Supporters of the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum are asked to participate.  

Ohio’s Jac Haudenschild, competing in his final season, trails Kendall but sits ahead of Dominic Scelzi, who recently swept four features during the Peter Murphy Classic in California.

National Sprint Car Hall of Fame inductee and inaugural contest winner Lance Dewease is currently fourth, ahead of Iowa’s Carson McCarl and McKenna Haase, Missouri’s Brian Brown and the Black Pearl No. 101 sprint car team from the Cincinnati, Ohio area.

Dewease, of Fayetteville, Pa., was the recipient of the $20,000 sponsorship in the program’s inaugural season in 2019. The program brought in more than $60,000 to the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum that season. 

All that sprint car teams and fans need to do is have their prospective members or donors visit and order a membership there, or contact the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum.  If ordering online, specify a driver or race team in the “Notes” section on the final page. 

The driver or team with the highest amount of donations returned to the museum before July 31 at 6 p.m. CT will receive the $20,000 sponsorship funding. Second will be awarded $10,000 and third will receive $5,000.

Memberships start at only $25 per year, but any donation amount will be accepted, so everyone can afford to help out their favorite race team and the museum!

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