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Musco Lighting $5,000 Most Improved Driver Award Beginning to Take Shape as Kubota High Limit Racing Reaches Halfway Point of Inaugural Full Season


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Musco Lighting $5,000 Most Improved Driver Award Beginning to Take Shape as Kubota High Limit Racing Reaches Halfway Point of Inaugural Full Season

As we've hit the halfway point on the 2024 Kubota High Limit Racing season, teams are offered a chance to reset, recharge or keep racing during a two-week summer break for the series. Kubota High Limit Racing can also begin tracking the Musco Lighting Most Improved Driver Award.

Awarding $5,000 at season's end, this honor and payday goes to the High Roller who improves their average finish the most from the first half to the second half of the season. Any tiebreakers for the title will be solved by wins, then top-fives, then top-10s.

As it stands right now, here are each driver's average finish in the first half of the Kubota High Limit Racing season:

3.92 AVG Finish - Brad Sweet (Kasey Kahne Racing #49)
5.46 AVG Finish - Tyler Courtney (Clauson-Marshall Racing #7BC)
7.88 AVG Finish - Brent Marks (Murray-Marks Motorsports #19)
8.59 AVG Finish - James McFadden (Roth Motorsports #83)
9.04 AVG Finish - Rico Abreu (Rico Abreu Racing #24)
9.15 AVG Finish - Corey Day (Jason Meyers Racing #14)
9.77 AVG Finish - Justin Peck (Buch Motorsports #13)
10.46 AVG Finish - Spencer Bayston (CJB Motorsports #5)
10.50 AVG Finish - Parker Price-Miller (PPM Racing #9P)
12.24 AVG Finish - Tanner Thorson (Rod Gross Motorsports #88)
12.72 AVG Finish - Zeb Wise (Rudeen Racing #26)
13.58 AVG Finish - Cory Eliason (Ridge & Sons Racing #8)
14.08 AVG Finish - Jacob Allen (Shark Racing #1A)
15.84 AVG Finish - Kasey Kahne (Kasey Kahne Racing #9)
16.00 AVG Finish - Chris Windom (Vermeer Motorsports #55)
17.33 AVG Finish - Brenham Crouch (Crouch Motorsports #1)

Musco Lighting continues to prove they are the industry leader with its state-of-the-art systems - currently installed at more than half of the tracks on the Kubota High Limit Racing calendar. Not only is Musco at the leading edge of innovating safety, they're also always bringing the "wow" factor to fans with their unmatched products.

To learn more about Musco Lighting, visit www.musco.com and follow @muscolighting on X and Facebook and @muscosportslighting on Instagram.

The 2024 Kubota High Limit Racing campaign will resume on Saturday, July 13 with the seventh annual $25,554-to-win Dean Knittel Memorial taking place at Ohio's Portsmouth Raceway Park.

Crown Jewel events such as the $100,000-to-win Joker's Jackpot at Ohio's Eldora Speedway on July 17-18, the $100,070-to-win Gold Cup Race of Champions at California's Silver Dollar Speedway on August 22-24, the $100,000-to-win Skagit Nationals at Washington's Skagit Nationals on August 29-31, and the $57,000-to-win Tuscarora 50 at Pennsylvania's Port Royal Speedway on September 5-7 highlight the second half of the schedule as racers eye the Musco Lighting Most Improved Driver Award.

Make sure to follow @HighLimitRacing on X (formerly Twitter), Facebook, and
Instagram to stay up-to-date with series information including news, event updates, ticketing information, and more.

Fans can buy tickets to upcoming races at https://bit.ly/4b1Ov3N - remember, every pre- sale ticket purchased enters you to be selected for the DURST Dice Roll.

For fans unable to attend the track, you will be able to stream every High Limit Racing event live on FloRacing. If you’re not a FloRacing subscriber, you can sign up today at www.FloRacing.com/HighLimit.

Article Credit: Brian Walker

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