Must See Racing is returning to Berlin Raceway in 2022. (David Sink Photo)
Must See Racing is returning to Berlin Raceway in 2022. (David Sink Photo)

Must See Racing Returning To Berlin Raceway

MARNE, Mich. – The Must See Racing Sprint Series presented by Engine Pro will return to Berlin Raceway next season.

It will be the first time Must See Racing has competed at the track since 2019.

“We couldn’t possibly be more excited to return to Berlin Raceway on July 30, 2022,” said Must See Racing President Jim Hanks. “The winged sprints can run at the top, on the bottom and everywhere in between at wicked fast speeds making for some really thrilling racing. The Engine Pro Fast Car Dash format will be a perfect showcase of power and speed for the fans.”

The last time Must See Racing competed at Berlin was Sept. 7, 2019, and Jason Blonde emerged victorious. Another event one month earlier on Aug. 10, 2019, saw Jimmy McCune take victory laurels. More than 20 cars were on hand for both events.

“Winged sprint cars have always been a fan favorite at the Berlin Raceway,” explained Berlin Raceway General Manager Jeff Striegle. “We are proud to welcome Must See Racing back in 2022. This series has always been considered a fan favorite. The thing that makes the winged sprint cars so exciting here at Berlin is the speed period. Wing sprint cars hold the all-time track record here at Berlin.

“Our 2022 schedule is perhaps one of the most exciting schedules we’ve had in the 72-year history of the Berlin Raceway,” said Striegle. “We have several big events planned for the upcoming season. One of them certainly is the return of winged sprint cars to Berlin Raceway. The fans have always embraced the winged sprints, and with good reason. They are the fastest cars that compete here on any given Saturday night.”

Winged sprint car racing at Berlin Raceway dates back to July 1, 1995. Donnie Adams won a Sprints on Dirt in front of a packed house. Berlin Raceway was also on the inaugural Must See Racing schedule in 2010. Brian Gerster holds the all-time track record at 12.513 seconds (126.013 mph), set on June 9, 2018.

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