(Photo: Caleb Armstrong during a recent start at Bedford Fairgrounds Speedway – Rick Rarer/SprintCarNews.com Photo Credit)

Armstrong scores top-ten at Bedford; Eldora Speedway visit ahead

By Fully Injected Motorsports:

NEW CASTLE, IN (September 18, 2017) – Caleb Armstrong experienced highs and lows during his recent weekend of competition, ultimately rebounding after a crash on Saturday night during the Jim Nace Memorial at Selinsgrove Speedway to finish inside the top-ten at the Bedford Fairgrounds Speedway on Sunday, September 17. For Armstrong, the top-ten finish was his 17th of the 2017 season, advancing from tenth to finish eighth, officially, during the 30-lap, $5,000-to-win, inaugural Harvest Dirt Classic.

The New Castle, Indiana, native qualified for the final Arctic Cat All Star event in the state of Pennsylvania by finishing third during his respective heat race.

“It was a wild weekend, for sure. It sucked getting involved in that crash on Saturday at Selinsgrove, but we were able to rebuild and rebound, and that’s what’s most important,” Armstrong said, pilot of the Baker Crop Insurance/Neal Metal Recycling/Armstrong Farms/No. 7C. “We don’t have much left on our schedule this year. I would like to stretch our top-ten count to 20 and maintain a podium spot within the championship.”

Caleb Armstrong will continue his 2017 Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions campaign with a visit to the World’s Greatest Dirt Track – the Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio, on Saturday, September 23. The 36th Annual Four Crown Nationals will be the main attraction at The Big E, welcoming not only Tony Stewart’s Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions, but also all three national USAC divisions; a “must see” for any open wheel enthusiast.

Armstrong will enter the weekend third in the Arctic Cat All Star championship standings.

Fans are invited to keep up with Caleb Armstrong online at www.calebarmstrong.com, as well as on all of his available social media networks including Twitter: @Armstrong7C

Recent Highlights: Finished seventh during Lou Blaney Memorial at Sharon (OH) Speedway on July 8. Finished 10th during Arctic Cat All Star main event at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway on Monday, July 24. Charged from 25th to 15th at Eriez Speedway during I-79 Summer Shootout action. Finished second during Arctic Cat All Star main event at Lebanon Valley (NY) Speedway, as well as seventh during Arctic Cat All Star main event action at Outlaw (NY) Speedway. Finished fourth during Freedom 40 at Atomic Speedway on Saturday, August 5. Scored $15,000 FAST/OSCS victory during Great Lakes Dirt Nationals at Mansfield Motor Speedway. Charged from 12th to sixth during Wayne County Speedway’s Pete Jacobs Memorial on Sunday, September 3. Qualified for Tuscarora 50 main event at Port Royal (PA) Speedway. Finished eighth during Bedford Fairgrounds Speedway visit on Sunday, September 17.

2017 Wins: 1 (Mansfield Motor Speedway – Great Lakes Dirt Nationals)

Armstrong is quick to thank his current partners: Baker Crop Insurance, Neal Metal Recycling, All-Star Performance, Armstrong Farms, Specialty Fuels & Logistics, Beast Enterprise, Simpson Racing Products, Wilwood Brakes, Wings Unlimited, PAC Racing Springs, Penske Shocks, and Schoenfeld Headers.

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