CELEBRATED RACE CAR DRIVER AND COUNTRY ARTIST TYLER WILLIAMS
CONFIRMED FOR LUCAS OIL CHILI BOWL NATIONALS
The 32nd Chili Bowl Midget Nationals Will be Held at Tulsa Expo Raceway Jan. 9-13
Kruseman Motorsports race car driver and emerging country artist Tyler Williams will be kicking off his 2018 racing schedule at the 32nd annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals to be held January 9-13 at Tulsa Expo Raceway. Racing and country fans can see the Good For Mesinger slinging clay on the quarter mile oval course as Tyler follows in the footsteps of motorsports legends, Tony Stewart, Sammy Swindell and Cory Kruseman.
“The Chili Bowl is an all-star event as you’ll find top drivers from NASCAR, USAC midget and sprint cars, you’ll even see NHRA drag racers and IndyCar drivers all competing against each other to capture the legendary championship trophy,” says Tyler. “I look forward to making my debut this year and hope I can bring home a solid finish for the Kruseman Motorsports team.”
Tyler’s qualifying run is scheduled for Wednesday, January 10 during the Hard Rock Casino Night with races starting at 5 PM CT. Full details on the event can be found below:
Race: Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals (midget cars) – Tulsa, OK
Date: January 9 – 13
Where: Tulsa Expo Raceway – inside the River Spirit Expo Center at Tulsa's Expo Square
Streaming and Network Telecast:
Tuesday through Saturday’s Qualifier: www.racinboys.com
Saturday Championship: MAV-TV Motorsports Networks - Direct TV Channel 214
Tickets: Available at the box office or by phone at 918-838-3777.
Tyler most recently premiered the lyric video for the title track from his upcoming albumGood For Me on The Boot. You can view that by clicking here. The album is currently available for pre-sale on iTunes and will be released to all major online retailers on Friday, January 26.
Fans can stay updated on his racing and music career at the following links:
About Tyler Williams
This Stone Mountain, GA native was reared in a household with parents that spun the hits of Marvin Gaye and Michael W. Smith while Tyler and his older brother were discovering the hit makers of the 90s --- Alan Jackson, George Strait, Boyz II Men & Mariah Carey. Recognizing early on that he wanted a career in entertainment, he would capture a role in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and performed for two years at the Fox Theater in Atlanta at ages 11 and 12. However, a failed performance at age 13 in a rock band caused him to change directions. Tyler would then spend his summers with his uncles in the auto shop learning the mechanics behind combustion engines and began his path to the NASCAR late model and sprint car racing series. After nearly a decade of milestones that would find him capturing his first victory lane among 15 years veterans during his fourth year as a driver and even finishing as the #2 ranking position in points in his series, he decided to finally overcome his fear of the stage and redirected his focus to music. This journey would spawn a debut epBelieve Again and book I Have a Voice, the inspirational and motivational look at the lessons he’s learned in the racing and now music community. Continuing to hone his craft while he furthers his racing career, Tyler has debuted singles from his sophomore releaseGood For Me this winter, which is currently available for pre-sale on iTunes and will be released on all major online retailers on Friday, January 26. Fans that pre-order the project will immediately get three singles downloaded to their device in advance of the release.