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Mar 16, 2022
Champion Racing Association Powered by JEGs officials have released the Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks Powered by JEGS 2022 Four Crown Mini-Series entry form and have announced that Cowboy, Come Canning & Distillery will be the title sponsor of the Four Crown Mini-Series for the 2022 season.
The Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stock Four Crown mini-series began in 2015 as a three-race mini-series and has taken many iterations in its history. Jason Atkinson has won the Four Crown title five times, with those championships coming in 2015, 2016, 2019, 2020 and again in 2021. Chuck Barnes Jr. and Jacob McElfresh have also claimed titles.
The 2022 Cowboy, Come Canning & Distillery Four Crown Mini-Series will begin at Shadybowl Speedway on Saturday, April 30th with a 150-lap event. The second event will be on Saturday, June 25th at Anderson Speedway and will be 150 laps. The third event will be at Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park on Saturday, July 30th as part of the Circle City 200, also featuring the ARCA/CRA Super Series in twin 100 lap events. The 150 lap Four Crown Championship event will be held on Saturday, August 13th at Anderson Speedway.
In addition to the $3000 minimum to win for each event, there will be a Points Champion from the four events who will receive a $2000 bonus in 2022, up from a $1,000 in previous years, thanks to Cowboy, Come Canning & Distillery. Second in points will receive a $600 bonus, third place a $400 bonus, then there will be two $250 bonuses from a random draw from the cars that attended all four events. Each of the Four Crown Series events will be 4 tire races, all four will have a halfway break to add fuel and make adjustments. Each Four Crown event winner and the overall Champion will receive a specially designed buckle from Crumrine Buckle Manufacturing.
“Cowboy, Come Canning & Distillery is SO excited to be sponsoring this year's Four Crown Mini-Series for the CRA Street Stock Races,” remarked Cowboy, Come Canning & Distillery Co-owner Curtis Peeples. “We have been actively involved with racing for over 30 years - driving, pitting, spotting - we've done it all. Everyone knows a love for racing also brings a love for food. Cowboy, Come Canning & Distillery was started in the small town of Round O, South Carolina, right next to our race shop. We specialize in recipes from ‘Raceday SpaChili’, for those all-day events, to ‘Midnight Wrenching Pickled Okra’ for those late nights spent making adjustments. Cowboy, Come Canning & Distillery can't wait to see what this year's line-up of cars brings to the table!"
The Four Crown Entry form and series rules and procedures are on the CRA website at www.cra-racing.com.