Western Midget Racing presented by Masters Design and Construction makes its sixth Adobe Mountain Speedway appearance of the season with Saturday’s race in Glendale, Arizona. The race also serves as the 22nd race of the 2022 season.

The 2022 campaign opened with three consecutive races at Adobe Mountain, with 2021 champion Blake Bower of Brentwood, California, Drake Edwards of Surprise, Arizona, and Cory Brown of Peoria, Arizona taking the wins. Brown won again in April and May, giving him three straight victories at the one-fifth-mile arena north of Phoenix.

Since the May 7 Adobe round, WMR has held 12 races at five different tracks, with Bower emerging as the championship lead. Bower leads Kyle Hawse of Las Vegas by 64 points in the championship. Oakley’s Bryant Bell moved up to third in the standings. Brown is tied with Nate Wait of Lodi, Calif., for fourth in the championship.

Brown is the biggest points earner in all five Adobe races this year, followed by Hawse and Surprise, Arizona’s Kyle Huttenhow in the #57 Triple-X chassis. Chloe High of Goodyear, Arizona drove the Ellis chassis #3AZ in fourth place in the Adobe race ahead of Phoenix’s Lonnie Oliver. Other drivers with multiple starts at Glendale this year include Todd Hawse of Moorpark, Calif., Goodyear, Tyler High of Arizona, Tyler Rodriguez of Peoria, Arizona, and David Prickett of Fresno.

Western Midget Racing will be joined by NOW 600 Winged Micro Sprints, Mini Late Models and Jr. Sprints. Pit doors open at 2pm with the pit meeting at 5pm and hot laps to follow.

Teams that travel more than 240 miles to compete will be eligible for a portion of the $400 Road Warrior Cash offered each round this season.

Western Midget Racing is presented by: Masters Design and Construction, Rockwell Security, Rams Racing, Hoosier Racing Tire, Extreme Mufflers, FTK, Blud Lubricants and West Evans Motorsports.

Details of the car’s construction are available at www.WesternMidgetRacing.com or find the series on Facebook!