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EAGLE, Neb. – The IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Nationals purse has increased every year since it began.In past years the main event purse on Sunday has increased. Last year it was increased to $2,500 to win and $1,250 to start for the 27th place car.Nine rows of cars will start three-wide and run for shares of a $46,700 main event purse while the “B” feature non-qualifier purse for Sunday has been increased to $1,000 for the first non-qualifier (10th place) and $500 to start, making the total non-qualifier feature purse $7,000.IMCATV is the new official 2017 B Feature Sponsor and will be doing a live broadcast of the Sept. 1-3 IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Nationals.Listed below is the 2017 RaceSaver IMCA Sprint Nationals purse structure. The pre-entry form, format and order of events will be available later this week. Friday, Sept. 1 and Saturday, Sept. 2 purse (full show and pay both nights): 1st, $700; 2nd, $500; 3rd, $400; 4th, $350; 5th, $350; 6th, $325; 7th, $300; 8th, $295; 9th, $290; 10th, $285; 11th, $280; 12th, $275; 13th, $270; 14th, $265; 15th, $260; 16th, $255; 17-20, $250. All non-qualifiers, $100. Tow, $50.Sunday, Sept. 3 Championship Night main event purse: 1st, $2,500; 2nd, $2,400; 3rd, $2,300; 4th, $2,200; 5th, $2,150; 6th, $2,100; 7th, $2,050; 8th, $2,000; 9th, $1,950; 10th, $1,900; 11th, $1,850; 12th, $1,800; 13th, $1,750; 14th, $1,700; 15th, $1,650; 16th, $1,600; 17th, $1,550; 18th, $1,500; 19th, $1,450; 20th, $1,400; 21st, $1,350; 22nd, $1,300 23-27, $1,250.“B” Feature sponsored by IMCATV (non-qualifiers): 10th, $1,000; 11th, $900; 12th, $800; 13th, $700; 14th, $600; 15-20, $500 . All other non-qualifiers: Minimum of $250 (may be more with non-qualifier cash sponsorships). Tow, $100.
Lionel Messi scored the 50th hat trick of his career to help Barcelona twice recover from a goal down and win 4-2 at Sevilla yesterday.Messi’s first came from a superb volley before he curled home from the edge of the area and then clipped in a neat finish to complete his treble.It was the 32nd hat trick of Messi’s La Liga career, while he has notched eight in the Champions League, three in the Copa del Rey, one in the Spanish Super Cup and six in international competition with Argentina. He is second in the all-time La Liga list behind former Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo, who has 34, but the two are tied on 44 club hat tricks in all competitions. That makes them the joint holders of the all-time record for the most hat tricks scored for a club in Spain.Messi leads the statistics for Europe’s five major leagues, with 25 goals and 11 assists so far this season.His treble moved Barca 10 points clear at the top of La Liga ahead of Atletico Madrid’s game against Villarreal today, but speaking after the match, he said they were not getting carried away.“No, that’s not one hand on the title — there is still a long way to go,” he told beIN SPORTS. “But it was an important win because it helps us maintain our lead over our rivals. It’s always tough to win [at Sevilla]. They always make it difficult.“You go through different spells in a season. You can’t always play at a great level. We have been on a run — if we’re being honest — in which we have not been playing our best football. But today we were back to being ourselves.”Barca’s win came after a run of one victory in five games and sets them up for this week’s double-header against rivals Real Madrid.They face Madrid at the Bernabeu twice, first in the Copa del Rey semifinal first leg on Wednesday and then in the league on Saturday.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Messi celebrates with team mate Ousmane Dembele Saturday