Relentless Promotions - DENISON, Iowa (July 17, 2020) - Stu Snyder and the KRL Motorsports #5 headed east on Friday night to Crawford County Speedway in Denison, Iowa to compete with the RaceSaver 305 Sprint Cars.
Fifteen cars were in competition at the 3/8-mile dirt oval, including some local competition from Nebraska of Toby Chapman and Adam Gullion.
Relentless Promotions - DENISON, Iowa (July 10, 2020) - Stu Snyder went on to capture his fourth feature win of the season on Friday at Crawford County Speedway in the KRL Motorsports #5 Sprint Car.
The 3/8-mile semi-banked dirt track provided great racing and plenty of passing all night, especially for Lincoln, Nebraska's Stu Snyder.
Relentless Promotions - FAIRBURY, Nebraska (July 4, 2020) - Three events over Independence Day weekend provided Stu Snyder and the KRL Motorsports team with many successes, including three podium finishes and two heat race wins.
Saturday, July 4th led Snyder and team to Jefferson County Speedway in Fairbury, Nebraska with the United Rebel Sprint Series. Thirteen cars were on hand at the 1/5-mile bullring, providing the fans with excellent racing and a different format for added excitement.
Relentless Promotions - OSBORN, Missouri (July 3, 2020) - Stu Snyder powered the KRL Motorsports #5 up through the field from a ninth place starting position to finish third at US-36 Raceway in Osborn, Missouri on Friday night.
There were 15 RaceSaver sprint cars on hand at the 3/8-mile track located just 30 miles east of St. Joseph, MO. Snyder drew the #6 pill, lining him up to start on the pole of the first heat race. He quickly took off and checked out from the field to claim the heat race win. The second heat race for the RaceSaver sprint cars was won by Joey Danley (14).
Relentless Promotions - COLUMBUS, Nebraska (July 2, 2020) - Stu Snyder piloted the KRL Motorsports #5 to a third-place finish at US-30 Speedway in Columbus, Nebraska with the Sprint Series of Nebraska.
Snyder started in the sixth position of the heat race. He battled his way up to finish in third place behind Jason Danley and Gullion. Joey Danley and Neil Nickolite went on to pick up the other two heat race wins. Joey Danley's motor let go at the checkered, causing him to scratch from the remainder of the event.