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Banish shows the way for Jamestown Speedway field

Milnor North Dakota’s Joseph Banish continues to be the driver to beat at Jamestown Speedway in Jamestown, ND.

in Jamestown, ND.

Although both Noah Lewis and Tripp Nelson have been to victory lane at the speedway, Banish still leads the point standings following three top five finishes.

Lewis is second in the point standings following a win and two top five finishes.

Gavin Edinger is the final driver on the points podium with the way the standings are currently.

Nelson is fourth with rookie driver Tom Lewis holding the final spot in the top five of the point standings.

Eight Slingshot races remain on the schedule at Jamestown Speedway including the The 2021 racing 50th Annual Jamestown Stock Car Stampede on September 24th and September 25th. This is one of the longest running specials in the upper Midwest and it will be two complete shows for all classes!

This is the Super National Event for the Mid West Slingshot racers.

With the increased car count at the World Championship Weekend in 2020 held at Linda’s Speedway, the goal for 2021 is set high. 100 Slingshots is the goal the Jonestown facility will hope to reach between the All Star Slingshots and the Junior Slingshot class.

If the 100 car mark is hit the purse for each race will be doubled. That would put no less than $400 on the line to All Star Slingshot race winners and $50 to take the green in each of the four races. The Junior Slingshots would see an increase to $250 to win the Friday and Sunday portions of the weekend.

A new format will be in place for the Saturday night racing action going into the 2021 race. Details will be released at a later date.

World Championship Weekend offers a rare scenario of racing four times in three days. Friday night a single event is held. Saturday the action picks up and racing is held both in the afternoon and the evening. Sunday is the finale with racing in the afternoon before the newly crowned World Champions are introduced.

The active Slingshot car count currently numbers near 400, with weekly racing venues located in Alabama, New York, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and New Jersey. Slingshots have competed throughout the country; including Delaware, North Carolina, Virginia, Colorado, Maryland, Indiana, Louisiana, Texas, Arizona, Tennessee, and South Carolina.

A new assembled Slingshot rolls out of Speedway Entertainment at a cost of $8,888.

Information about the Slingshots can be found on or by calling Speedway Entertainment at 717-866-7450.

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