By Fully Injected Motorsports:

MITCHELLVILLE, Iowa (June 10, 2024) – Despite a frustrating end to their weekend, flipping hard at Knoxville Raceway due to incidental contact with another wrecked competitor, Chase Randall and TKS Motorsports put it all together one night prior at I-70 Speedway in Odessa, Missouri, concluding the evening’s Rayce Rudeen Foundation Race opener with not only a podium finish, but a career-best High Limit Racing result. 

Randall, ace of Troy Renfro’s Albaugh – Your Alternative, Iowa Barnstormers, Des Moines Industrial Products, Jersey Freeze Ice Cream, AL Driveline, TJ Forged, No. 2KS sprint car, finished third in his podium outcome, leading the first 19 circuits before losing command to eventual winner, Corey Day. As noted, the end result was the best of Randall’s career with High Limit Racing, kicking off the evening program with the third-fastest qualifying time. 

Before the incident at Knoxville, the Waco, Texas, native was on pace for another stout conclusion, launching the evening with the quickest qualifying time, racing on to finish fifth in his respective heat race.

“That was a scary incident at Knoxville on Saturday. Chase’s health and safety is always our number one priority and we’ll never take that lightly,” Troy Renfro stated. “We’re already well on our way in getting things set and back together, so we’ll turn our focus to Eagle Raceway tomorrow and Knoxville this weekend. We’ve been recording some great results and we’re confident we can do big things this week. We have a lot to be proud of so far this year, so we’ll put that momentum to good use.”

TKS Motorsports and Chase Randall will continue their 2024 campaign with High Limit Racing’s $55,555-to-win Bikini Zone Eagle Nationals at Eagle Raceway in Eagle, Nebraska, on Tuesday, June 11, followed by a two-day World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series clash at Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, Iowa, on Friday and Saturday, June 14-15.

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Wins: 3
Top-Fives: 9
Top-Tens: 13

Rallied from 24th to finish sixth with the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series at US 36 Raceway in Osborn, Missouri, on Friday, April 5; earned KSE Hard Charger Award for his efforts. Rallied from 16th to tenth at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 in Pevely, Missouri, on Saturday, April 13. Earned 360 Sprint Car victory in Knoxville Raceway’s 71st Season Opener on Saturday, May 4. Finished fifth in the 410 Sprint Car division at Knoxville Raceway on Saturday, May 4. Finished fourth in POWRi Outlaw 410 start at Lee County Speedway on Friday, May 17. Finished eighth (410) and second (360) in Knoxville Raceway double duty start on Saturday, May 18. Chase Randall earned his first Knoxville Raceway 410 sprint victory on Saturday, May 25. Finished second in Knoxville’s 360 sprint car main event on Saturday, May 25. Finished second at Huset’s Speedway in Brandon, South Dakota, on Monday, May 27. Earned second Knoxville Raceway 410 sprint car victory on Saturday, June 1. Fished third in High Limit Racing’s Rayce Rudeen Foundation Race preliminary on Friday, June 7 – best High Limit finish of his career (to date).

Albaugh – Your Alternative, Iowa Barnstormers, Des Moines Industrial Products, Jersey Freeze Ice Cream, AL Driveline, TJ Forged, Justice Brothers, Serenity Custom Woodworking, Bush’s Chicken, Iron Wolf Ranch & Distillery, EZ Print, Norwalk Small Engines, Flying A Motorsports, XYZ Machining, Rod End Supply, KH Suspension, Schoenfeld Headers, Allstar Performance, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Brown & Miller Racing Solutions, Central Iowa Sheds, Mobile Dent Service, BK TI Components, Webb Family Farms, Mag-Tech Ignition, ATL – Aero Tech Laboratories, Quick Car, Schnee-Lawson Chassis, Hoosier Tires, Winters Performance Products, KSE Racing Products

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