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Quickly Approaching for Tyson Racing
Berwick, PA (10/1/2013)- October is among us, which means that the
racing season is winding down for Tyson Racing. Slowing down, yes, but
not over by any means, as the championship weekend of stockcar racing is
straight ahead, with Mark Tyson sitting second in the championship
standings at Pennsylvania’s Mountain Speedway.
The final points event of the season is slated for Saturday, October 12th
in the 14th annual “King of the Mountain” event. After a
successful season, Tyson is ready to take his #22 WARRANT – I Saw Red
circle track machine out to do battle and with a little luck, solidify
his best points finish to date.
All of the action will kick off with time trials at 2:30 PM EST. Tyson
Racing will have updates on their Facebook page throughout the day, so
please check it often.
“It’s been a great season so far”, noted Tyson, who may make a trip or
two elsewhere to compete following the upcoming championship event.
“We’ve had some things really go our way this year, including our
association with WARRANT, Erik Turner Wines and many others. Our team
has really gelled and it’s hard to believe that the end of the season is
within sight. I’m already excited for start of next season!”
Day Ends Early for Mark Tyson
Berwick, PA (9/15/2013)- Mark Tyson had high hopes for Sunday at
Mountain Speedway in St. Johns, PA. After all, the driver of the #22
WARRANT – I Saw Red Pontiac Grand Prix was coming off a best career
finish of second and Tyson was well prepared to close out the season
with consistent finishes. With only five laps complete, Tyson slid
through fluid that was laid down on the track and slid into a multi-car
pile up in turn one.
Frank Hughes started on the pole and led the stock car event to the
drop of the green flag. Kyle Harvell started in the third spot and made
a three-wide maneuver off of turn two for the race lead. He led the
first lap over Hughes, Geno Steigerwalt, Glen Slocum and Jason Zastko.
With one lap completed, Steigerwalt grabbed second from Hughes and
Zastko followed through to take third. Steigerwalt’s great run ended in
a big was on lap five when his engine expired on the front stretch. With
nowhere to go, Mitch Hawk slid through the fluid that was laid down, as
did Mark Tyson. Both drivers suffered major damage and were forced to
settle for DNFs.
Green flag racing resumed with Harvell at the point over Zastko.
Without a yellow flag to slow the pace over the remaining laps, Harvell,
of New York, NY cruised to the win over Zastko, Slocum, Hughes and Tony
Hilliard. Full Story
Big Talk About Season Close for Tyson Racing
Berwick, PA (9/13/2013)- With Warrant set to rock Hinckley, MN along
with Kip Winger, Trixter, LA Guns, Firehouse, Lita Ford, Dokken and Skid
Row this Saturday, Mark Tyson is set to tackle Pennsylvania’s Mountain
Speedway in his #22 WARRANT – I Saw Red Pontiac Grand Prix this Sunday
With only three races remaining this season and coming off his best
career finish of second, Tyson sits second in the stock car division
points standings. He has high hopes of finishing out the year in that
spot and if lady luck is on the team’s side, possibly one position
higher. All of the action is set to kick off with qualifying at 2 PM
Tyson Racing won’t slow down during the off-season and they are
planning several unique things to help get fans involved with their team
and supporters. The “I Saw Red” hood from a car that Tyson had wrecked
earlier in the season will be going up for auction following the end of
the year and all of the proceeds generated will be donated to charity.
“This is something that my PR guy did in the past with FireHouse and
Universe Racing a few years ago”, said Tyson. “It was a big hit and who
knows where this piece of history might end up. I just hope that people
get excited about it, just like I am, and the best part is that it’ll
benefit a good cause.” Full Story
Mark Tyson Scores Career Best Saturday Night
Berwick, PA (8/31/2013)- In his second full season of Late Model stock
car competition, Mark Tyson of Hatboro, PA held a clean line to take his
#22 WARRANT / I Saw Red Pontiac Grand Prix to a career
best second place finish Saturday night at Pennsylvania’s Mountain
Tyson started from the pole position and led the Late Models to the
drop of the green flag in the main event, but Mitch Hawk grabbed the
lead to have the top spot over Tyson and Paul Monkoski. The top four
remained the same in the early going and then third place changed hands
when Frank Hughes took the spot from Monkoski.
In a caution-free event, Hawk set a steady paced and remained out
front to pick up the win. Tyson finished as the runner up, followed by
“We did a lot of work to the car during the week and to finish in
second to Mitch feels awesome”, noted Tyson during a post race
“I just want to thank my family, God and definitely the guys from
WARRANT and Erik Turner Wines for such a great year so far, it’s been a
lot of fun and can't believe that the season is almost over.”
Mark Tyson Scores
Another Third Place Finish
Berwick, PA (8/17/2013)- For what seems like the millionth time this
season, once again, Mark Tyson took the #22 WARRANT / I Saw Red Pontiac
Grand Prix home with a third place finish at Pennsylvania’s Mountain
New York’s Kyle Harvell turned the quickest lap during Late Model
qualifying and Riley Moczulski started from the pole position in the
30-lap feature. Mitch hawk grabbed the lead following the drop of the
green flag and led the first lap over Harvell, Moczulski, Mark Tyson and
Harvell rode on the back bumper of Hawk in the early going and then
jumped to the outside. He Led lap eight as the front two approached
lapped traffic. The lapped car made contact with Harvell and the yellow
waved, which gave the lead back to Hawk.
Green flag racing resumed and Harvell began his climb back toward the
front. He made his bid for the lead on lap 13 and then began to drive
away from the field. However, the field got bunched back up when the
yellow flag waved with two laps remaining when Moczulski and Hawk
collected in turn one. Tyson lined up in second behind Harvell for the
shootout to the finish.
Tyson did his best to hold off his fellow competitors but was
overtaken for second by Hawk and meanwhile, Harvell went on to notch his
fourth win of the year. Hawk came back to finish second, followed by
Tyson, Moczulski and Hughes.
“Overall, it was a good night of racing”, said Tyson during post race
interviews. Full Story
Tyson Rebounds For
Third Place Finish
(August 3, 2013)- In his #22 WARRANT – I Saw Red Pontiac Grand Prix,
Mark Tyson of Horsham, PA finsished second in his qualifying event,
which gave him the outside ole position in the 30-lap main event
Saturday night at Mountain Speedway.
Riley Moczulski led the to the drop of the green flag in the 30-lap
feature and was overtaken by Mark Tyson before a lap was complete. Mitch
Hawk ran in third, followed by Travis Fisher and Glenn Slocum.
Fisher moved to third and then with two laps complete, he grabbed
second from Moczulski. One lap later he took the top spot from Tyson and
began to set sail.
The yellow flag waved on lap 11 when Tyson spun on the backstretch.
Green flag racing resumed and Hawk, who ran in the second spot, lined up
along side the leader for the restart. Once again, Fisher set sail on
the restart and Hawk settled in.
Following a yellow with 10 laps remaining, Travis continued to show
the way over Hawk, Slocum, Moczulski and Tyson, but that all changed
after Moczulski moved to third and then challenged Hawk for second. The
pair swapped paint several times before getting together in turn four
with fiver laps remaining. Full Story
Tyson Brings Home Fourth Place Finish & Moves to Runner Up in Points
Berwick, PA (7/21/2013)- Without a raindrop in sight during on track
hours, several divisions took to the asphalt at Mountain Speedway
Saturday night. Double points were on the line for all divisions and the
cone style racing format allowed drivers to choose his or her lane for
the all restarts, which helped mix up the action. When it was all said
and done, Kyle Harvell of New York, NY claimed his third Late Model
victory of the season. After restarting in the second position for most
of the evening, Mark Tyson of Hatboro, PA brought his #22 WARRANT – Punk
Rock Red Pontiac Grand Prix home to a fourth place finish.
Heat races set the field for the 30-lap main even and with a second
place finish in the heat, Tyson started the main event from the pole
position. He led the led the field to the drop of the green flag but
Kyle Harvell led the first lap, followed by Tyson, Riley Moczulski,
Mitch Hawk and Francis Gross III. Hawk took the third spot and with
Harvell still at the point, Hawk grabbed second from Tyson on lap eight.
Tyson Rocks Third Place Finish at Mountain Speedway
Berwick, PA (July 13, 2013)- With a career-best finish of third multiple
times, Mark Tyson of Hatboro, PA headed into competition Saturday night
at Mountain Speedway determined to take his #22 WARRANT – I Saw Red
Grand Prix to victory lane. Although he nearly finished in the second
spot, Tyson was overtaken in the late going and ended the day with yet
another third place effort.
Frank Hughes started from the pole position and led the opening circuit
of the 30-lap Late Model feature over Mitch Hawk and Mark Tyson moved by
Riley Moczulski to take third.
With one lap complete, Hawk made his move on the leader and grabbed the
race lead. Three laps later, Tyson got by Hughes for the runner up spot
and then Moczulski got by Hughes for third.
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Mark Tyson Leads Laps
and Settles for Third Place Effort
(June 29, 2013)- Mark Tyson led the Late Model field to the drop of the
green flag in the 30-lap feature Saturday night at Mountain Speedway.
From behind the wheel of his #22 WARRANT – I Saw Red Pontiac Grand Prix,
he led the first circuit over Riley Moczulski and Frank Hughes before
the yellow flag waved when Moczulski spun in turns
three and four on the
Mark Tyson Notches Top 5 & Makes WARRANT Fan Happy
(6/15/2013)- While piloting his backup car for the start of the 30-lap
Late Model main event Saturday at Mountain Speedway, Mark Tyson had
hopes of bringing home his first career victory for his sponsors and
supporters from behind the wheel of his #22 WARRANT – I Saw Red Pontiac
Grand Prix. Although he salvaged a fifth place finish, Tyson did manage
to win over a fan with a trivia question giveaway.
Following an on track interview with Tyson after the event, Kathy
Moyer answered the trivia question correctly and received an empty (darn
PR guys get thirsty, LOL) Erik Turner autographed bottle of “I Saw Red”
wine and a band autographed CD cover. Needless to say, she was really
Teammate Grabs First Mountain Speedway Victory
(June 1, 2013)- Riley Moczulski started from the pole in the 30-lap Late
Model feature and lost the lead to Mitch Hawk before a lap was scored.
As laps clicked off, Hawk and Moczulski began to distance themselves
from the battle that ensued for third between Frank Hughes and Mark
Good Run Ends in
Crash for Mark Tyson
(May 19, 2013)-
Following a third place finish in his heat race earlier in the afternoon
Sunday at Mountain Speedway, Mark Tyson had high hopes of earning a
solid finish in his #22 WARRANT – I Saw Red Chevy Impala.
After giving away
a couple of autographed WARRANT items with trivia questions during
intermission, Tyson lined up on the outside pole for the start of the
30-lap main event. The green flag waved and Tyson dropped back to third
and in line behind Dave Brigati, who ran in second at the time.
With a lap complete,
Mitch Hawk led over Dave Brigati, Tyson, Rick Smith and Riley Moczulski.
Smith climbed to third and then battled hard with the top two until
spinning and bringing out a lap 10 yellow. Hawk remained the leader
following the restart Smith began to advance one again.
As the laps clicked off, Tyson’s car began to lose its handle and he
did his best to hang on to it.
While following Tyson, who was fighting a loose condition, Smith
committed to making a pass on the bottom in turns one and two. Tyson got
out of shape and tried to correct his car, but the pair tangled and
piled into the backstretch wall. Luckily, no one appeared to be hurt in
the lap 13 red flag incident.
With the green
flag back out, Hawk remained the leader until lap 18, when Brigati
overtook him. Brigati drove off to his second victory of the season over
Hawk. Moczulski finished a career-best third.
Tyson Earns Another Top 5 Finish
(May 5, 2013)- Mark
Tyson grabbed the lead in his qualifying race Sunday at Mountain
Speedway but was spun from contention before the end of the race.
Without major damage, he began the 30-lap main event from the outside
pole in his #22 WARRANT – I Saw Red Chevy Impala.
started from the pole and led the opening circuit over Kyle Harvell,
Dave Brigati, Tyson and Frank Hughes. With three laps complete, Brigati
overtook Harvell for second and set his sights on the leader.
still in command, the yellow flag flew on lap nine when Tyson looped his
ride in turn two. Following the restart, Riley Moczulski got by Hughes
to take fifth.
with the leader and the duo battled hard for the lead. Meanwhile,
Harvell settled into third and took in the show that took place ahead of
him. Eventually Brigati took the lead with nine laps remaining and two
laps later Harvell moved by Lamoreaux for second.
Tyson Nets 10th Place Street Stock Finish at Mountain
(April 21, 2013)- Paul Morgan, Jr. started from the pole and led the
opening circuit of the 25-lap Street Stock feature over Tony Hilliard,
Chris Burge, Kevin Higgins and Chip Wanamaker.
With one lap complete, Burge overtook Hilliard for second and then Brian
Wozniak broke the top five. He moved to the fourth spot on lap four.
With eight laps
complete, Wanamaker snuck by Burge for the second spot and then the
yellow flag waved when Burge and Wozniak tangled on lap 11. Both drivers
rejoined the field for the restart.
With the green flag back out, Morgan and Wanamaker raced
side-by-side, lap after lap. Wanamaker led by a bumper on lap 17 and
then the yellow waved when Mark Tyson spun in turn four. With his lead
by a bumper on the last scored lap, Wanamaker restarted as the race
leader, followed by Morgan, Higgins, Burge and Hilliard.
Tyson Debuts WARRANT Colors with Top 5 Finish
Berwick, PA (April 14, 2013) In his first outling this season, Mark
Tyson of Horsham, PA brought home a solid fifth place finish in his #22
WARRANT – I Saw Red Chevy Impala.
Kyle Harvell set the quickest Late Model time but Dave Brigati of Long
Island, NY redrew the pole for the 30-lap Late Model main. He led the
first circuit over Harvell, Mitch Hawk, Mark Tyson and Jim Lamoreaux.
Rick Smith cracked the top five when he got by Lamoreaux on lap six
and then the yellow waved with 12 laps complete.
The drivers were able to choose their restart lane and Tyson, who ran
fourth at the time, moved to second by choosing the outside lane.
Brigati continued to set the pace on the final restart and Harvell and
Hawk moved by Tyson to advance their positions. Although Harvell gave
the leader a small shot on the final lap, Brigati kept it straight to
claim his first victory in the division since 2011. Harvell, Hawk,
Lamoreaux and Tyson completed the top five.
Tyson Fights Hard For Eighth Place Street Stock Finish
(April 7, 2013)-
Chip Wanamaker time
trialed quickest in Street Stock action and Bernie Uphold pulled the
pole position to start off the 25-lap feature. The green flag flew and
Uphold led the opening circuit over Mark Tyson, Wanamaker, Rich Emel and
Brian Wozniak. With two laps complete, Wanamaker overtook Tyson for
second and began to pressure Uphold.
With 11 laps complete, the caution waved when Wozniak spun in turns
one and two. Once the green flag came back out, Wanamaker overtook
Uphold for the lead.
A yellow flew on lap 12 when a tire went down on the Kevin Higgins and
then another yellow waved on lap 15 when Tyson spun in turn four. Paul
Morgan, Jr. was collected in the incident.
With Wanamaker still in command and with a lap to go, Chris Burge’s
day came to an end when his car went up in smoke. Tyson and Uphold were
collected in the incident because of fluid on the racetrack.
Despite a gallant effort by Wozniak, Wanamaker went on to take the
victory. Higgins finished in the third spot, followed by Emel and
Uphold. Full Story
Tyson Racing and
WARRANT will Run Full Circle with “I Saw Red”
Berwick, PA (1/29/2013)- Tyler Jett Motorsports Marketing, LLC is proud
to announce a racin’ and rockin’ alliance between Tyson
Racing and 80’s
hair metal powerhouse, WARRANT!
With over 10 million album sales spanning
nearly two and a half decades, WARRANT came into the world spotlight
when their debut album, Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich reached multi
platinum stardom. Consisting of original band members Erik Turner, Jerry
Dixon, Steven Sweet, Joey Allen and Robert Mason now on lead vocals,
they continue to tour worldwide and play in front of sold out crowds.
Last year the band released “Rockaholic” their latest CD on
iTunes, and their singles “Life’s A Song” & “Home” videos received a
huge amount of success, which prompted them to launch their 21st
anniversay “Cherry Pie” tour with FireHouse and Trixter.
who is the rhythm guitarist for the group recently debuted his:
Facebook.com/ErikTurnerWines. The Turner/WARRANT branded “I Saw Red -
Cabernet Sauvignon” which has received rave reviews, will be showcased
on Tyson’s sleek racecar and fans will be witness to not only the
connection between rock-n-roll and racing, but also to an amazing red
wine from the California west coast with a bad ass rock n roll label.
Entering his second full season of stock car racing, Mark Tyson
of Hatboro, PA is excited to get back to Mountain
Speedway in St. Johns, PA, the 1/3-mile oval in which he cut his
teeth on. The 43-year old and his
dedicated team, Dirty South Posse, are
focused on running in the Late Model division, in which he finished
third in the overall points standings in his rookie season. The team
hopes to compete at other speedways as well.
Tyson hopes to bring his #22 WARRANT/I Saw Red
Chevy Impala to victory lane and
also to a variety of WARRANT shows in the tri-state area for race fans
and rockers to check out.
“I can’t tell you how excited and thankful I am to have this powerhouse
alliance with WARRANT” noted Tyson.
“They rocked my street
rod speakers years ago and are still bringing it hard-core! Keep on
cranking it up WARRANT and I’ll crank up the Engines by Hawk-prepared
ANGRY V8 in the WARRANT/I Saw Red #22!”
Mason of WARRANT is also ecstatic about the partnership and commented,
“We five ROCKAHOLICS are excited about our new alliance with Tyler Jett
Motorsports Marketing, Tyson Racing and the #22 car! I'm against
drinking and driving, but as long as Mark Tyson is driving the I Saw Red
car, we can enjoy some WARRANT wine and cheer him on from pit row!
Rockers, start your engines!”
The racecar artwork and lettering is near final stages, and the
engine is at the machine shop. Once the cold Pennsylvania weather
breaks, keep an eye out and an ear open for the rumble of monster
horsepower combined with monster rock!
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