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MSTS Powered By Badlands Back For 2017
November 16, 2016
Badlands Motor Speedway and the Midwest Sprint Touring Series (MSTS) have partnered again for next season beginning on Saturday, May 20. The MSTS travels the region and races at various tracks, but the home track for the series will again be BMS.
MSTS Powered By Badlands Back For 2017

It was met with great success in 2016, and it will be back in a big way again in 2017.

Badlands Motor Speedway and the Midwest Sprint Touring Series (MSTS) have partnered again for next season beginning on Saturday, May 20. The MSTS travels the region and races at various tracks, but the home track for the series will again be BMS.

The “MSTS Powered by Badlands Motor Speedway” series will be a part of Sprint Car Saturday Nights at BMS. The series will join the IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Cars, and the 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars every Saturday, which will also feature a bonus structure called “Chuck’s Challenge,” named after Badlands Owner Chuck Brennan. If a driver wins two of the three events in one night, they will receive a $5,000 bonus. If the driver sweeps the night and wins all three A-Main events, it’s a $25,000 bonus.

Kris Knight interview’s Tim Kaeding on Sept. 11, 2016 after winning the 360 Sprint Car Championship at BMS.

Last season, 67 different drivers competed in the MSTS Powered by Badlands Motor Speedway 360 Sprint Car series at BMS. Six different drivers claimed victories, led by San Jose’s Tim Kaeding with five wins. The California native went on to win the Championship.

Formed in 2015, the MSTS is one of the top 360-sprint car sanctioning bodies in the country with strong car counts at every stop. BMS averaged 28 MSTS cars last season including a season high 34 cars on June 5 and July 30.