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October 27th , 2012
1Tim and Mike Ward Motorsports took part in the 25th Annual COMP Cams Short Track Nationals at I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Arkansas) over the weekend. On Friday night fifty cars took part in preliminary action, and via preliminary action he locked into the thirteenth starting spot for the 25 lap, preliminary feature. He would advanced two spots to an eleventh place finish, which left him starting in a b-main on Saturday night. With the top seven finishers transferring to the main event, Tim finished fourth in the first b-main to lock into the thirteenth starting spot for the 40 lap, $15,000-to-win/$2,500-to-start finale. In the feature he raced around mid-pack for the duration of the event before crossing the finish line in the tenth position.

Full results from the event are available at

October 20th , 2012
1A trip to Magnolia Motor Speedway (Columbus, Mississippi) on Saturday night for a Goodyear USCS Sprint Car event turned into Tim's twentieth win of the 2012 campaign. Twenty Sprint Cars entered the event, and Crawley ran third in the feature event until lap 19 when Terry Gray and Derek Hagar tangled, while battling for the lead. The tangle eliminated both drivers from contention as Crawley inherited the lead Tim went on to lead the closing laps to register the win, which came over Eric Riggins Jr., Marshall Skinner, Anthony Nicholson, and Derek Hagar. The victory further padded Tim's advantage in the series' standings.

Full results from the weekend as well as the latest standings are available at

October 13th , 2012
Saturday night was a frustrating outing for Tim Crawley and Mike Ward Racing as they entered the Fall Nationals at Riverside International Speedway (West Memphis, Arkansas). The $3,000-to-win event drew a field of nineteen entries, and after starting sixth in his heat, Tim finished fourth to lock into the tenth starting spot for the main event. In the feature he quickly worked his way forward to take over the lead and went on to claim a convincing win over the field. However, after the completion of the feature Jan Howard and Dale Howard protested his engine. With the protest involving the heads being sent away the team refused the protest, and as a result Tim was disqualified from the win.