Dirt sprint car series motorhome and trailer stolen during the NASCAR week in Indianapolis
The POWRi motorhome and trailer were stolen from home base in Indianapolis, Indiana on September 10th, 2018. That was the same day the postponed NASCAR race was hosted on a Monday at the nearby Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The items were stolen a day after the series returned from Eagle Raceway in Eagle, Nebraska. The racing fans have since helped relocate the trailer portion of the theft. However, the motorhome is still out there in the hands of the wrong individual(s).
The POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprints are an open non-wing dirt sprint car league based out of America’s heartland in Indiana. The series hosts 26 dirt racing events all over America throughout the year. Next weekend, the tour heads to Lucas Oil Speedway for a 3-day show in combination with the ASCS National and ASCS Warrior Region.
The series issued the following updates on the stolen motorhome and trailer.
“The POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprints motorhome and trailer were stolen last night from our shop on Gasoline Alley in Indianapolis, Indiana.”
“The motorhome is a 24 ft. 2001 Four Winds with a 20 ft. trailer that is silver and red.”
“If you have any information or have seen our trailer/motorhome on the roads today please call 317-345-5952.”
“The POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprints TRAILER has been recovered fully intact! The motorhome remains missing at this time. Thank you everyone who shared our post to help us retrieve our ‘home away from home.’ ”
“You all are the reason we found it!”