Minimizer Bandit Big Rig Series

Bandit truck racing series announces 14-race 2018 slate

The Minimizer Bandit Big Rig Series will open its 2018 truck racing slate on March 10, in Mobile, Ala., and run a total of 14 races, culminating at Lucas Oil Raceway in Indianapolis on Oct. 6.

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Ricky ‘Rude’ Proffitt holds on to win Bandit Big Rig Series championship

A nearly perfect weekend for Tommy Boileau, and what Proffitt calls his “worst weekend race-wise of the year,” ended with Proffitt barely holding on to his points lead to claim the championship.

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Bandit truck racing season finale set for Saturday

The Minimizer Bandit Big Rig Series will wrap up its inaugural season this Saturday, Oct. 28, at Crisp Motorsports Park in Cordele, Ga., where it will crown its first champion.

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Ricky ‘Rude’ Proffitt outduels brother to claim fifth win of season

With two laps remaining, Ricky caught Darren and got side-by-side with him. As the racers were crossing the start/finish line with one lap to go, Ricky dove underneath Darren and took the lead with the help of lapped traffic.

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Ricky ‘Rude’ Proffitt holds off ’88 Mike’ to pick up fourth Bandit Series win

Proffitt had to come from the back of the field and had to battle "88 Mike" Morgan side-by-side for the final three laps to win the race.

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Proffitt, Boileau set to begin three-race shootout for inaugural Bandit Series championship this weekend

The Minimizer Bandit Big Rig Series returns to the track this weekend at Florence Motor Speedway in Timmonsville, S.C., the series’ second visit to the track in its inaugural season.

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Bandit Series crash sends truck over outside wall, both drivers OK; Boileau claims 4th straight win

Mike Morgan’s No. 88 Mack jumped the wall and landed in the catch fence and guidewires between the track and the crowd. Boles’ truck rode down the front stretch along the wall until finally coming to rest just before turn one. Both drivers got out of their trucks unscathed.

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Bandit truck racers return to Tennessee this weekend

During the first race at Highland Rim Speedway on July 1, “88 Mike” Morgan picked up the win at what is the Wartrace, Tenn., driver’s de facto home track.

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Tommy Boileau picks up third straight Bandit Series win

With the win, Boileau was able to jump "88 Mike" Morgan to claim second place in the overall points standings with four races remaining in the inaugural Bandit season.

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Bandit truck racing series returns to Missouri this weekend

This weekend’s race will be held Saturday night at Lebanon I-44 Speedway. Gates will open at 6 p.m., and racing will begin at 7:30 p.m. Tickets for the race are $20 for adults, $14 for seniors and $10 for children. Family tickets are available for $50.

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