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Blurton Captures Victory on Night One of WaKeeney Showdown with United Rebel Sprint Series

WAKEENEY, Kansas (September 26, 2020) – Twenty-nine cars were in competition with the Lucas Oil POWRi United Rebel Sprint Series Presented by Mel Hambelton Ford Racing for night one of the WaKeeney Showdown at WaKeeney Speedway. Points leader and defending champion, Zach Blurton, went brought on the heat late-race to take home the $700 pay day by capturing Saturday night’s 25-lap feature event.

Jake Martens and JD Johnson set the pace for the Saturday’s feature. It was Martens taking the early lead over JD Johnson while Blurton and Jordan Knight followed. The first ten laps saw the top-four runners remaining the same, while battle ensued behind. Taylor Velasquez climbed through the field up to fifth.

By the twelfth circuit, Blurton advanced to second over JD Johnson. Four laps later, Blurton moved forward yet again to claim the lead. Oklahoma’s Jake Martens battled back to take the top position back on lap 19. Blurton and Martens would battle in the laps following before a late-race caution flew over the field.

The restart saw Blurton advancing back to the lead. JD Johnson slid to second in the closing laps, but Martens pushed to a last lap pass to get second place. Johnson would finish third, while Jordan Knight and Jed Werner rounded out the top-five finishers with the United Rebel Sprint Series on night one of the WaKeeney Showdown.

Heat races were won by Zach Blurton, Jake Martens, Jordan Knight and Jed Werner. Ty Williams claimed the Keizer Aluminum Wheels hard-charger, finishing ninth from a 16th place starting position.

The Mel Hambelton Ford Racing POWRi United Rebel Sprint Series are back in action on Sunday night for the WaKeeney Showdown finale.

United Rebel Sprint Series

WaKeeney Speedway – WaKeeney, Kansas

September 26, 2020

Heat One (8 laps): 1) Zach Blurton, 2) Darren Berry, 3) Mark Walinder, 4) Kyler Johnson, 5) Jeff Reiman, 6) Willie Wynn, 7) Fred Holz, 8) Brady Skrdlant

Heat Two (8 laps): 1) Jake Martens, 2) Taylor Velasquez, 3) Ray Seemann, 4) Ty Williams, 5) Scott Cochran, 6) Dalton Webb, 7) Chuck Lutters

Heat Three (8 laps): 1) Jordan Knight, 2) John Webster, 3) Koby Walters, 4) Howard Van Dyke, 5) Ross Essenburg, 6) Daniel Nekolite, 7) Chad Salem

Heat Four (8 laps): 1) Jed Werner, 2) JD Johnson, 3) Cody Lampe, 4) Todd Plemons, 5) Luke Cranston, 6) Aaron Ploussard, 7) Tom Belsky

B-Feature (12 laps): 1) Luke Cranston, 2) Cody Lampe, 3) Todd Plemons, 4) Ty Williams, 5) Scott Cochran, 6) Willie Wynn, 7) Fred Holz, 8) Dalton Webb, 9) Aaron Ploussard, 10) Howard Van Dyke, 11) Tom Belsky, 12) Jeff Reiman, 13) Ross Essenburg, 14) Chuck Lutters, 15) Daniel Nekolite, 16) Brady Skrdlant, 17) Chad Salem

A-Feature (25 laps): 1) Zach Blurton, 2) Jake Martens, 3) JD Johnson, 4) Jordan Knight, 5) Jed Werner, 6) John Webster, 7) Luke Cranston, 8) Kyler Johnson, 9) Ty Williams, 10) Ray Seemann, 11) Todd Plemons, 12) Mark Walinder, 13) Cody Lampe, 14) Willie Wynn, 15) Scott Cochran, 16) Taylor Velasquez, 17) Koby Walters, 18) Darren Berry, 19) Dalton Webb, 20) Fred Holz

 

 

Blurton Sweeps WaKeeney Showdown with United Rebel Sprint Series

WAKEENEY, Kansas (September 27, 2020) – The Mel Hambelton Ford Racing Lucas Oil POWRi United Rebel Sprint Series took to the 3/8-mile dirt track of WaKeeney Speedway for the WaKeeney Showdown finale on Sunday night. Twenty-seven cars were in attendance for the finale and it was Quinter, Kansas’ Zach Blurton picking up the $1,000-to-win feature event.

Kyler Johnson and Todd Plemons were scheduled to set the pace for Sunday’s 30-lap feature event, but trouble ensued for Johnson during the pace lap causing him to pull off the track. Oklahoma-native, Jake Martens, assumed the pole starting position. At the drop of the green, Martens marched to the race lead ahead of Plemons while Blurton charged forward to third. Blurton would go on to challenge Plemons for the runner-up position, but Plemons battled back.

With ten laps in the books, a caution flew for Mark Walinder who fell off the track and spun. It was Martens taking off with the race lead on the restart while Plemons and Blurton continued to battle for second. Blurton advanced to second and made a charge toward race leader, Jake Martens.

On lap 20, Blurton assumed the lead over Martens. Martens appeared to have a mechanical issue, falling back to fourth after sweeping off of the track. Ty Williams would assume the second position over Scott Cochran. Taylor Velasquez, from the B-feature, made a charge forward through the field throughout the 30-lap event.

The red flag flew over the field with five laps remaining. It was Blurton maintaining the race lead and navigating the track to expand the lead. Martens pulled off, assuming Velasquez to third. Blurton went on to win the feature event over Ty Williams, Taylor Velasquez, Scott Cochran, and Todd Plemons.

Sunday’s United Rebel Sprint Series heat races were won by Zach Blurton, Chad Salem, Jake Martens, and Scott Cochran. The Keizer Aluminum Wheels hard-charger was awarded to Taylor Velasquez, coming from a B-Feature win to start 13th and finish third.

United Rebel Sprint Series

WaKeeney Speedway – WaKeeney, Kansas

September 27, 2020

Heat One (8 laps): 1) Zach Blurton, 2) Ty Williams, 3) Todd Plemons, 4) Koby Walters

Heat Two (8 laps): 1) Chad Salem, 2) Jed Werner, 3) Jordan Knight, 4) Taylor Velasquez, 5) Cody Lampe, 6) Ray Seemann, 7) Chuck Lutters

Heat Three (8 laps): 1) Jake Martens, 2) Kyler Johnson, 3) JD Johnson, 4) Fred Holz, 5) Mark Walinder

Heat Four (8 laps): 1) Scott Cochran, 2) Daniel Nekolite, 3) Tom Belsky, 4) Aaron Ploussard, 5) Willie Wynn, 6) Dalton Webb

B-Feature (12 laps): 1) Taylor Velasquez, 2) Koby Walters, 3) Ray Seemann, 4) Cody Lampe, 5) Willie Wynn, 6) Fred Holz, 7) Aaron Ploussard, 8) Mark Walinder, 9) Dalton Webb, 10) Howard Van Dyke, 11) Darren Berry, 12) Chuck Lutters, 13) Jeff Reiman, 14) John Webster, 15) Brady Skrdlant

A-Feature (30 laps): 1) Zach Blurton, 2) Ty Williams, 3) Taylor Velasquez, 4) Scott Cochran, 5) Todd Plemons, 6) JD Johnson, 7) Jordan Knight, 8) Ray Seemann, 9) Cody Lampe, 10) Tom Belsky, 11) Aaron Ploussard, 12) Fred Holz, 13) Willie Wynn, 14) Jake Martens, 15) Daniel Nekolite, 16) Jed Werner, 17) Mark Walinder, 18) Chad Salem, 19) Koby Walters, 20) Kyler Johnson

 

 

Blake Hahn Masters I-44

Belleville, IL. (09/ 27/2020) The POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget League was back in action at I-44 Riverside Speedway in Sapulpa, OK. for the final night of the two-day race weekend. With a 25-car field in attendance, Blake Hahn conquered his home track and made his way into victory lane to capture his first POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget League win of the year.

Hanh started off strong in the night with a second-place finish in the heat race, which ultimately put him in the fourth starting position for the 25-lap main event. Starting from the outside of the second row, Blake Hahn in his Oilfire Rye Whiskey and Liqueur sponsored No. 52 would flex his driving might winning the night at I-44 Riverside Speedway.

Following Hahn to the line was second place finisher, Noah Gass. Trey Marcham finished in the third position, Tristin Thomas in fourth, and Andrew Felker rounding out the top five.

The POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget League will be back in action for a three-day show, combines with the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midgets. Starting October 15 at Port City Raceway, and October 16&17 at Creek County Speedway in Sapulpa, OK.

Smith Titanium Heat Race 1 Winner: Noah Gass

Keizer Aluminum Wheels Heat Race 2 Winner: Tristin Thomas

Saldana Racing Products Heat Race 3 Winner: Frank Flud

B-Feature Winner: Michelle Decker

Hard Charger: Ryan Padgett

POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget League Feature Winner: Blake Hanh

POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget League Feature Resalts: 1. 52-Blake Hanh; 2. 20G-Noah Gass; 3. 32-Trey Marcham; 4. 26-Tristin Thomas; 5. 44-Andrew Felker; 6. 7M-Chance Morton; 7. 98-Ryan Padgett; 8. 00-Matt Sherrell; 9. 21- Trey Gropp; 10. 84M-Kade Morton; 11. (DNF)2s-Cole Scott; 12.(DNF)14E-Hank Davis; 13.(DNF) Devin Simmons; 14. (DNF) 21K-Emilio Hoover; 15.(DNF) 14F-Eric Fenton; 16.(DNF) 2B-Brett Becker; 17.(DNF) 3N-Jake Neuman; 18. (DNF) 25S-Frank Flud; 19. (DNF) 28-Taylor Reiner; 20. (DNF) 7D-Michelle Decker; 21. (DNF) 7X-Alex Vande Voort

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Dylan Westbrook Claims $5,000 Fall Haul at 34/First Canadian Sprint Invaders Winner!

Chris Martin Wins Driver Title/Scott Bonar is Owner Champion

(Bill W) West Burlington, IA, September 26, 2020 – Dylan Westbrook emerged victorious on a huge night of racing Saturday at 34 Raceway’s Sprint Invaders “Fall Haul” in West Burlington, Iowa. The driver of the Hill’s Racing #47x is a native of Scotland, Ontario, Canada, and became the first Canadian winner in Sprint Invaders history. His win was worth $5,000 in the finale for the Sprint Invaders.

Despite a rough night that saw him miss the feature, Chris Martin claimed his second Sprint Invaders driver championship (his first came in 2016). Scott Bonar’s #50 team won the season owner championship.

The 34-lap feature was slow to start. Riley Goodno and Ricky Montgomery made contact, and both cars were damaged enough to retire. Scott Bogucki, who won the Dash, led early ahead of Westbrook and Trey Starks. Westbrook tracked the leader down and won a battle for the point on lap five. At that point, Devon Dobie and Joe Beaver came to a stop and retired.

Westbrook led Bogucki, Starks, Justin Sanders and Austin McCarl back to green. It was a short-lived good run for Sanders who slowed in three and four on the restart. When the green flew again, McCarl and Paul Nienhiser swapped the fourth position, while Westbrook continued to lead the field.

Nienhiser gained the spot and then, surged from fifth to second. The move was negated when Bogucki’s second place run was thwarted with a 360 spin. On that restart, the top ten cars of Josh Schneiderman and Kyle Offill, who were both feature winners here in 2020, came together. Both suffered damage enough to retire.

Two more laps into green flag racing, Nienhiser passed Starks for second, before Nate Mills came to a stop on the front stretch. The last 22 laps went non-stop. Carson and Austin McCarl battled for fourth, while the top three pulled away.

The track developed a low groove in three and four, and Nienhiser tracked down Westbrook. The two exchanged the lead a few times, with Nienhiser leading lap 19. Westbrook officially took the lead back for good on lap 20, and entered lapped traffic on lap 23.

Starks reeled in the lead pair and passed Nienhiser for second on lap 31, but Nienhiser powered back by on the white flag lap.

Westbrook would pull away for the win, ahead of Nienhiser, Starks, Carson McCarl and Austin McCarl. Ayrton Gennetten, hard-charger Lynton Jeffrey, Bogucki, Colton Fisher and Dugan Thye rounded out the top ten. Sanders, Gennetten, Carson McCarl, Westbrook and Nienhiser won the five heats. Bogucki won the Shake-up Dash and Goodno claimed the B main. Blaine Jamison tangled with Mike Johnston in his heat race and got upside down hard. He was uninjured.

Nienhiser took home $500 for his win in the first annual eight-lap Shottenkirk Terry Jamison Memorial Owners Dash, honoring the top eight in owner points coming in. Dozens of sponsors boosted the purse and provided bonuses throughout the night.

“The track changed a lot,” said Westbrook. “I ran on the bottom of one and two, and in three and four, I kind of rolled through the middle. Later on, it got really thin on the bottom, so I had to really slow down in one and two. Late in the race, the bottom of turn four took rubber, so I had to hit that just right. Paul got by me the one time. I saw his nose on the top of turn four, so I thought I better try that. When I tried it, he got by me. After that, I knew I couldn’t let that happen again. I hit my marks and it paid off.”

“It’s tough to say how it would have played out (without an early caution that cost him a couple of spots),” said Nienhiser. “I was rolling the top really well, and eventually it ended up taking some rubber down low. I found it pretty well. We passed for the lead once or twice, I just missed my marks a couple times. Dylan is a really good driver, and I knew I was going to have to run a perfect race to get by him. All in all, it was a good night, but second stings a little worse than a regular night with the money we had up for grabs. But it was a good night, we can’t complain.”

“The track definitely changed throughout the race,” said Starks. “Thirty four laps is a long time. We saw it go from the top to the bottom, and parts taking rubber. I was trying the top at the end, and I felt like we found something. I just kind of ran out of laps. I feel if we had a little more traffic, and took one or row of those cautions out, it would have been interesting with everyone else on the bottom. I think all of us were pretty equal. It’s a really fun track that was changing constantly.”

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Sprint Invaders Fall Haul A main (started), 34 laps: 1. 47x, Dylan Westbrook, Scotland, ONT, Can. (1) 2. 50, Paul Nienhiser, Chapin, IL (6) 3. 44s, Trey Starks, Puyallup, WA (3) 4. 27, Carson McCarl, Altoona, IA (10) 5. 99, Austin McCarl, Altoona, IA (4) 6. 3, Ayrton Gennetten, Gravois Mills, MO (7) 7. 83, Lynton Jeffrey, Prairie City, IA (18) 8. 28, Scott Bogucki, McLaren Vale, SA, Aust. (2) 9. 11, Colton Fisher, Mediapolis, IA (15) 10. 11T, Dugan Thye, Burlington, IA (14) 11. 35, Josh Higday, Des Moines, IA (20) 12. 41, Noah Samuel, Burlington, IA (17) 13. 40c, Cody Wehrle, Burlington, IA (23) 14. 13, Brayden Gaylord, Wever, IA (16) 15. 29w, Wyatt Wilkerson, Morning Sun, IA (22) 16. 15, Christian Bowman, Altoona, IA (24) 17. 24N, Nathan Mills, Bondurant, IA (9) 18. 88, Josh Schneiderman, West Burlington, IA (12) 19. 88w, Kyle Offill, Tracy, CA (13) 20. 16A, Justin Sanders, Prunedale, CA (5) 21. 23, Devon Dobie, Wapakoneta, OH (8) 22. 53, Joe Beaver, Knoxville, IA (11) 23. 22, Riley Goodno, Knoxville, IA (19) 24. 66M, Ricky Montgomery, Lakewood, CO (21) DNS – 19, Caleb Thornhill, Enumclaw, WA. Lap Leaders: Bogucki 1-4, Westbrook 5-18, Nienhiser 19, Westbrook 20-34. $500 Robert’s Tire Center/Fenton Pawn Shop Hard-charger: Jeffrey.

Randall’s Performance Heat one (started), 8 laps: 1. Justin Sanders (5) ($150 Gift Certificate from Maxim Racing) 2. Brayden Gaylord (1) 3. Trey Starks (8) 4. Joe Beaver (6) 5. Josh Higday (7) 6. 81, Tanner Gebhardt, Burlington, IA (3) 7. 83M, Kurt Mueller, Reynolds, IL (2) 8. Riley Goodno (4) DNS – 84K, Wayne Kniffen, Fort Madison, IA

CenPeCo Lubricants Heat two (started), 8 laps: 1. Ayrton Gennetten (1) ($150 Gift Certificate from Schure-built Suspension) 2. Scott Bogucki (8) 3. Nate Mills (6) 4. Dugan Thye (7) 5. Wyatt Wilkerson (5) 6. 5m, Collin Moyle, Knoxville, IA (3) 7. 51J, Blaine Jamison, Mediapolis, IA (4) 8. 14J, Mike Johnston, Des Moines, IA (2)

Paisano’s Ristorante of Preston, Illinois Heat three (started), 8 laps: 1. Carson McCarl (1) ($150 Gift Certificate from Maxim Racing) 2. Colton Fisher (2) 3. Devon Dobie (8) 4. 22L, Ryan Leavitt, Knoxville, IA (3) 5. 11B, Ben Woods, Newton, IA (4) 6. JJ Beaver, Knoxville, IA (5) 7. 83A, Austin Miller, Lacona, IA (6) 8. 1A, John Anderson, Des Moines, IA (7)

Heat four (started), 8 laps: 1. Dylan Westbrook (1) ($150 Gift Certificate from Schure-built Suspension) 2. Austin McCarl (8) 3. Lynton Jeffrey (4) 4. Caleb Thornhill (6) 5. Ricky Montgomery (5) 6. 44, Chris Martin, Ankeny, IA (3) 7. 1K, Kelby Watt, Adel, IA (7) 8. 11x, Tyler Barrick, Slater, IA (2)

Heat five (started), 8 laps: 1. Paul Nienhiser (2) ($150 Gift Certificate from Midland Performance) 2. Noah Samuel (1) 3. Kyle Offill (3) 4. Josh Schneiderman (8) 5. Christian Bowman (4) 6. Cody Wehrle (5) 7. 9, Daniel Bergquist, Burlington, IA (6) DNS – 78, Kaley Gharst, Decatur, IL

Budweiser King of Beers – Golden Eagle Distributors Shake-up Dash (started), 8 laps: 1. Scott Bogucki (10) 7. Ayrton Gennetten (8) 8. Devon Dobie (5) 9. Nate Mills (7) 10. Carson McCarl (9)

B main (started), 15 laps: 1. Riley Goodno (17) 2. Wyatt Wilkerson (2) 3. Ricky Montgomery (3) 4. Christian Bowman (5) 5. Cody Wehrle (6) / 6. Tanner Gebhardt (8) 7. Mike Johnston (16) 8. Daniel Bergquist (13) 9. Ben Woods (4) 10. Collin Moyle (9) 11. Kurt Mueller (15) 12. JJ Beaver (7) 13. Tyler Barrick (18) 14. Austin Miller (12) 15. John Anderson (14) 16. Ryan Leavitt (1) 17. Kelby Watt (11) 18. Chris Martin (10) DNS – Blaine Jamison, Wayne Kniffen, Kaley Gharst

Shottenkirk Automotive Terry Jamison Memorial Owners Dash: 1. Paul Nienhiser (2) 2. Chris Martin (4) 3. Austin McCarl (8) 4. Daniel Bergquist (1) 5. Colton Fisher (3) 6. Cody Wehrle (5) 7. Brayden Gaylord (6) 8. Wyatt Wilkerson (7)

Contingencies

Kreitz Oval Products: Josh Schneiderman

Pyrotect: Cody Wehrle

Saldana Racing Products: Riley Goodno

Other Included Bonuses

QTC $250 B Main Hard Charger: Riley Goodno

Storm Steel $100 “Worst Draw”: Trey Starks

PositivelyRacing.com $150 Best Sprint Invader Finish: Paul Nienhiser

MT Farms $100 Hard Luck: Blaine Jamison

Riverview Design $100 Hard Luck: Josh Schneiderman

In Memory of Todd Taeger $200 7th Place: Lynton Jeffrey

Cash for Junk Cars $50 Hard Luck: John Anderson

Paul Boles and Steve Morrison Trucking $400 for Non-Qualifiers finishing sixth through eleventh in B

Other Participating Sponsors…

Rocket Graphics

Stronghurst Collision

Storm Steel/3G Spot

American Hemp Research

US Bank

Engler Machine & Tool

Chalk Stix

CSI

Feedlot Bar and Grill

Four Seasons Excavating

High 5 Racing

Roth Trucking

Collision Center West Burlington

Beckman’s Towing

Kirchner Machine

Ecolab

Heartland Trailer Manufacturing

Avis Rental Car Burlington

Jarrod Schneiderman Racing

Mellinger Tire and Auto

Randy Samberg

Burlington Auto Wash

Rodney Bliesener

Rusty Rogerson

Jimmy Sykes

Blackbird Motorsports

Lori Hetrick

Cory Timmerman Mechanical

Darkside Tint and Graphics

Midwest Striping

OpenWheel101.com

Automotive Machine

 

 

Estes III Drives 360C.I. LS Concept Engine to Sprint Car Bandits Victory Lane in Convincing Style at Kennedale Speedway Park

Kennedale TX (9/27/20) by DarinShort.com. When the Sprint Car Bandits® (SCB) series was founded five years ago, at the center of the mission was to offer sustainable 360C.I. sprint car racing through our basic set of rules – that have successfully proven to save racers money – all while providing race fans a great show and race tracks an affordable program. And we’ve accomplished all of these goals without costing teams any added cost.

And last night, the next phase of the sustainability goal ended up coming to fruition: as an LS concept engine built by Allard Racing Engines ended up in victory lane, topping a stacked 30-car SCB field.

The goal of this project is not to duplicate existing engine combinations but rather to offer an affordable, yet very competitive alternative. This LS recipe costs significantly less than other current engine platforms. Yet, all current engine platforms will continue to be legal in Sprint Car Bandits competition. Plus, aftermarket parts are readily available – and at very reasonable prices.

RACE REWIND: 30 Sprint Car Bandits teams assembled at Kennedale Speedway Park's Special event show from as far away as 9 hours away, and would put on an amazing show – from start to finish – for the huge supportive crowd.

Bo Rawdon and the KSP track crew spent an incredible amount of time in preparation to provide a track surface that was second to none from start to finish, resulting in faster cars being able to advance their position in each event.

Backing up that statement, three 10-car, 10-lap heats were staged and in the first one out of the chute included Claud Estes III, with his LS Allard Racing Engines SCB concept engine under the hood, and he established that he didn’t come to play – after advancing from 10th to finish 2nd in his nonstop heat race. That would also just about lock up that Claud would start on the pole of the feature after garnering nearly the maximum amount of passing points. It would also lock him into the $500 to win Cabinets By Tommy Dash for Cash. Marcus Thomas would win heat 1 in the PCR #10 car.

The second heat race would also go green-to-checkered nonstop with Zane Lawrence blasting by six cars to garner the most points in the heat race. USAC Silver Crown driver and all-around nice guy Austin Mundie scorched the field and took the checkers first.

With the track still in lightning fast shape, heat race 3 would fire off with DJ Estes going for a light tumble after bicycling in corner one in the first lap. He would become the only flip victim of the evening – but would make repairs in time for the B-feature. Jett Hays and John Ricketts would battle it out for supremacy, with Jett blasting to the checkers first. Ricketts would be piloting a brand new 360C.I. car fielded by event sponsor, Cabinets By Tommy of Granbury, Texas.

This set the stage for a special added event, the $500 to win Cabinets By Tommy Dash For Cash. Marcus Thomas would draw the pole position on the frontstretch in front of the massive KSP crowd, and when the green dropped, John Ricketts would wrestle the lead from Thomas and take home a super popular win – and collect his own sponsors $500 winners award. Zane Lawrence would start 4th and sneak by Thomas for a 2nd place finish on the final lap.

After a wild and nearly disastrous encounter with the wall in heat race 3, 19-year-old Casey Burkham would start the B-feature in 10th position, piloting the potent Burkham Contracting #45B. Yours truly announced to the KSP fans to keep one eye on Burkham as the race progressed as he was 3rd in points in SCB 2020 and was clearly one of the fastest cars on the track early on.

Sure enough, when the green flag dropped in the nonstop 12-lapper, Burkham would literally be blowing the decals off of other cars as he advanced through the field – much to the delight of the appreciative KSP crowd. On the final lap, Burkham would track down and catch event winner, veteran driver Steve McMackin, but McMackin would seal the win by taking SCB flagman Brad Shirley’s checkers first.

This would set the stage for arguably the most anticipated sprint car feature event in KSP history, as the field was stacked, and literally a dozen starters could easily emerge as the winner – if they paired their setup on the blazing-fast track into reality.

Top qualifier Claud Estes III and Zane Lawrence would bring the field down for the green in perfect military precision, nose-to-tail, side-by-side and no fanning out, and immediately a three-car battle would rage, between Estes III, Lawrence and Jett Hays. Meanwhile, the ultra-fast cars of Chad Wilson and Casey Burkham would be slicing and dicing their way through the field – but each would become sidelined due to contact, with Burkham’s causing the only yellow in the 25-lapper.

Around lap 7, the trio of leaders would encounter lapped traffic and then the intensity turned up to fog horn level, when young Jett Hays would be able to sneak by Estes III to take the lead, officially for a lap, when the wily veteran would dive low to retake the lead the following lap. With the crowd waving and cheering all along, suddenly the 7th place starter of John Ricketts would join the trio of leaders making it a 4-pack battling for the lead, when the yellow light would flash for Casey Burkham.

When the event resumed, Estes III would find himself with a clear racetrack ahead and a hard charging John Ricketts in tow. Ricketts would nearly catch Estes III but the ‘Ambassador’ would not be denied and take home the win, much to the approval of the KSP fans. Ricketts would end up in 2nd – with another huge roar of support for his efforts from the crowd. Marcus Thomas would work his way back to finish in 3rd, while Zane Lawrence and Austin Mundie rounded out the top 5.

Chip Graham would be awarded $200 from Cabinets By Tommy for earning the feature race Hard Charger, advancing 9 spots, while current SCB points leader Michael Day would pick up an extra $100 from Cabinets By Tommy for being the 9th place driver on the 9th lap.

THANK YOU to the great KSP fans, track workers, race teams and SCB staff for such an awesome night at the racetrack, free of ‘outside influences’ – which can be a rarity in this crazy year known as 2020.

NEXT UP for the Sprint Car Bandits series will be a one-night stand at Monarch Motor Speedway in Wichita Falls, Texas on Saturday October 10th at 7pm. The $2,000 to win and $300/start (22nd) feature will also include the same exact Cabinets By Tommy promos – meaning one driver could take home $2,500! Click www.MMSdirt.com or on Facebook @MonarchMotorSpeedway for complete event info, as it’s already posted.

The final scheduled event of the season is the 2nd Annual Paul Peters Memorial event at what I call “The Land of the XL” 82 Speedway in Petty Texas on Saturday, November 7th with a 5pm twilight starting time. It will also be a $2,000 to win and $300 to start affair.

For a video of the A-Feature from Don Cook, please click here: https://youtu.be/MiuyUBAijzA

9/26/20 A-Feature Results – Sprint Car Bandits at Kennedale Speedway Park:

74E – Claud Estes III
99B – John Ricketts
10 – Marcus Thomas
76 – Zane Lawrence
4 – Austin Mundie
01J – Jeb Sessums
67 – Michael Day
83 – Jett Hays
72X – Chris Tarrant
12W – Dale Wester
5 – Chip Graham
41 – Casey Merrell
82S – Austin Saunders
23 – Junior Jenkins
27 – Kodey Keimig
45B – Casey Burkham
82C – Christian Kinnison
41M – Steve McMackin

20 – Chad Wilson

12X – Brandon Howle

 

 

Balog, Gerrits, Cox, Malueg collect Wisconsin Sprint Car Championships hardware at Plymouth

McMullen wraps up second PDTR 360 Sprint Car crown

(PEDAL DOWN PROMOTIONS) September 26, 2020 – On a night when Sprint Cars were king, four champions were crowned in five different open wheel touring series during the Wisconsin Sprint Car Championships at The Plymouth Dirt Track at the Sheboygan County Fairgrounds in Plymouth, Wis. on Saturday, Sept. 26.

In the headlining Bumper to Bumper Interstate Racing Association 410 Sprint Car Series, Bill Balog of Hartland captured his 12th IRA A-main victory of the year in the 30-lap main event en route to nailing down his record 10th IRA title.

Will Gerrits of Waupun led flag to flag to earn his first Plymouth Dirt Track Racing-Midwest Sprint Car Association 360 Sprint Car main event victory of the 2020 season.

In addition, Brandon McMullen of Oshkosh secured his second Plymouth Dirt Track Racing 360 Sprint Car championship, while also claiming his fourth Midwest Sprint Car Association crown.

Tim Cox of Park City, Ill. notched his first A-main victory of the season in the 20-lap Wisconsin Wingless Sprint Car Series main event, while Jimmy Sivia of Winthrop Harbor, Ill. earned his first career AutoMeter Wisconsin Wingless Sprint Car championship.

C.J. Malueg of Johnsburg, Ill. earned the 20-lap IRA Lightning Sprints A-main victory in a photo finish on the way to the 2020 IRA Lightning Sprints title.

The initial start of the 30-lap IRA 410 Sprint Car Series A main was aborted when Todd Daun of Pleasant Prairie stopped near the turn two wall to bring out the first of six caution flags.

Following a complete restart, Bill Balog jumped out to the lead from the pole position with third starter Scotty Thiel of Sheboygan surging into second along the low groove.

The second caution was displayed on lap 2 when Hunter Custer of Chippewa Falls stopped in turn four. Following the restart, Balog held strong at the front of the field with Thiel in tow before the lead duo hit lapped traffic on lap 5, which provided Thiel with an opportunity to pounce.

On lap 6, Thiel ducked low to pull even with Balog. The two Sprint Car standouts dueled side by side over the next two circuits before Thiel surged into the lead in turn four on lap 8.

The third caution flag appeared on lap 11 when Robbie Pribnow of Lomira stopped along the frontstretch. Thiel pulled away from Balog on the restart before traffic again made things interesting beginning on lap 15.

One lap later, Balog used the outside groove to power around Thiel into the lead on lap 16. On the next circuit, Jordan Goldesberrry of Springfield, Ill. spun in turn one before collecting Kris Spitz of Salem.

Balog controlled the ensuing restart before the fifth caution flew on lap 22 when Blake Nimee of Oswego, Ill. stopped in turn three on lap 22. On the ensuing restart, Balog again powered away to a full-straightaway advantage on lap 25.

As Balog hit lapped traffic one final time, Balog closed the gap dramatically on lap 28. With Thiel gaining quickly on Balog entering the final two turns, Scott Biertzer of West Bend slowed in turn three, which caused Kris Spitz to spin just in front of Thiel, who was collected in the incident to bring out the sixth caution of the race.

Thiel was able to continue in the race at the rear of the field in a green-white-checkered flag finish. Balog powered away from former IRA champion Jake Blackburst of Hanna City, Ill. on the restart and held onto post is 12th IRA A-main victory of the season, record a season sweep of the three 2020 IRA A-main events at Plymouth and rack up his 125th career IRA A-main triumph.

“We had a great battle with Scotty [Thiel] for a while there,” Balog said. “Then the spin happened on the last lap with Scotty. After that, I think Jake [Blackhurst] was behind us. I didn’t know how close Blackhurst was during the lap few laps. I was a little worried because I bobbled and jumped the cushion at the end.”

Blackhurst, who started fourth, came home a strong second.

“It’s great to have this car turned around and consistently running toward the front now,” Blackhurst said. “Congratulations to Bill and his team on the victory and championship. Man, he is good.”

Mike Reinke of Howards Grove finished third in the Bob Hood 10W entry, after starting sixth.

“It looked like we were going to be a fourth or fifth-place car tonight,” Reinke said. “We were not as fast as the top three guys in open air then some things happened near the end that ended up putting us on the podium. I’m happy with a podium finish to close out the year. This will help in building some momentum into the offseason and into 2021.”

Outside front row starter Joey Moughan of Springfield, Ill. finished fourth and former IRA champion Jeremy Schultz of Beaver Dam placed fifth after starting 11th.

Outside front row starter Will Gerrits grabbed the lead of the 25-lap PDTR-MSA 360 Sprint Car A main with polesitter Chris Clayton of Waldo sliding into second. By lap 5, Gerrits had bolted out to a full straightaway lead over Clayton.

On lap 10, 2011 PDTR and MSA champion Ben Schmidt of Howards Grove moved in from his sixth starting spot to work around Clayton for second on lap 10.

The leaders hit lapped traffic on lap 13 before Travis Arenz of Sheboygan used a slide job to clear Schmidt and take second in turn two on lap 14. Schmidt battled back to regain second lap 16. However, Arenz regained the spot in turn three on lap 17.

Arenz was closing rapidly on Gerrits for the lead in dense lapped traffic before the lone caution flag of the race was displayed on lap 17 when 2018 PDTR 360 Sprint Car champion Justin Miller of Plymouth spun in turn two.

Following the restart, Gerrits again opened up a sizable gap when Arenz and Schmidt dueled back and forth for second with Arenz eventually maintaining the spot on lap 18.

Arenz worked the high groove throughout the majority of the final seven circuits, but was unable to reel in Gerrits, who secured his first A-main victory of the 2020 season and his second career PDTR-MSA 360 Sprint Car A-main victory.

“This certainly makes up for the god-awful year we’ve had,” Gerrits said. “I have to thank everyone in the pits that helps out on this car.”

Arenz finished second, Schmidt placed third, third starter Kevin Karnitz of West Bend ended up fourth and Clayton rounded out the top five.

Vince Bartolotta of Muskego grabbed the lead of the 20-lap Wisconsin Wingless Sprint Car A main from the pole with outside front row starter Tim Cox settling into second.

On lap 6, Ryan Marshall of Kansasville, who started fifth, moved in to challenge the high-riding Cox along the high groove, but Cox prevailed before moving in to pressure Bartolotta for the top spot on lap 8.

One lap later, Cox powered around Bartolotta along the outside groove to seize the top spot. On lap 11, Marshall slipped underneath Bartolotta to take over second before the first of two caution flags was displayed on lap 16 when Chris Klemko of Bristol, who entered the race with a 10-point lead over Jimmy Sivia in the chase for the 2020 Wisconsin Wingless Sprint Car Series title, had nowhere to go and was collected after Jake Kouba of Minneapolis, Minn. spun along the frontstretch.

The incident effectively dashed Klemko’s championship hopes as he was forced to restart the race at the rear of the field.

On lap 18, Marshall moved in to pressure Cox for the lead along the inside groove before 11th starter Nathan Crane of Waukegan assumed third from Marshall on lap 19.

The second caution of the race was then displayed on lap 19 when Brian Strane of Paris spun in turn two. On the restart, third starter Derek Crane of Waukegan, Ill. moved in to assume second as Cox cruised to his first Wisconsin Wingless Sprint Car Series A-main victory of the 2020 season.

Derek Crane finished second, Nathan Crane was third, Marshall wound up fourth and Rusty Egan of Burlington finished fifth after starting 12th.

“It took us the whole summer to get here,” Cox said. “We crashed badly and missed a few races. I turned 60 this year and it is great to get a win. I want to say ‘congratulations’ to Jimmy Sivia on the championship.”

Sivia was delighted to earn his first career AutoMeter Wisconsin Wingless Sprint Car Series title under the IRA banner.

“I’m feeling a lot of emotions right now,” Sivia said. “I have grown up traveling around with the IRA and now it feels great that now I can call myself an IRA champion.”

In the 20-lap IRA Lightning Sprints A main, Mark Heinert of Oak Creek took the lead from the outside front row starting position. The first of three cautions was displayed on lap 8 when Chris Quillman of Delevan stopped near the turn three pit exit.

Following the restart, the fourth starting C.J. Malueg moved into second from his third starting spot.

After two more caution flags, the table was set for a thrilling finish. On lap 18, Malueg powered in to challenge Heinert.

On the final circuit, Malueg used a huge run of off turn four to pull even with Heinert as the two drivers dueled to the checkered flag with Malueg prevailing at the finish line by four one-thousands of a second.

Heinert placed second, Ron Brannam of Barrington, Ill. finished third after starting fifth, 10th starter Nick Petska of Spring Grove, Ill. took fourth and polesitter Jeff Schmidt of Slinger placed fifth.

Jake Blackhurst turned the fastest IRA 410 Sprint Car Series qualifying lap of the evening by touring the third-mile clay oval in 11.932 seconds.

The IRA B main went to Blake Ninmee. Blake Wondra of Fond du Lac won the MSA B main. Jim Wehrman of Kansasville captured the Wisconsin Wingless B main.

The all-Sprint Car program, which featured a total of 105 cars, included 29 IRA 410 Sprint Cars and 31 PDTR-MSA 360 Sprint Cars, 28 Wisconsin Wingless Sprint Cars and 17 IRA Lightning Sprints.

Collins State Bank and RC Custom Design were the trophy sponsors for the evening.

Plymouth Dirt Track Racing will honor 2020 division champions Brandon McMullen (360 Sprint Car), Justin Schmidt (Late Model), Aaron Stolp (Grand National) and Tim Warner (B Mod), while also giving out special recognition, during the annual PDTR Awards Presentation at Racers Hall in Plymouth on Saturday, Oct. 17 at 6 p.m.

There is no charge to attend the event and those that attend may order food off the menu if they desire.

Awards include trophies for the top three in points in each division, rookie of year, most improved and the Dedication to Dirt Award.

BUMPER TO BUMPER INTERSTATE RACING ASSOCIATION 410 SPRINT CARS
QUALIFYING
1, Jake Blackhurst 11.932 2, Scotty Thiel 11.944 3, Scott Biertzer 11.984 4, Bill Balog 12.029 5, Mike Reinke 12.061 6, Scotty Neitzel 12.063 7, Joey Moughan 12.087 8, Austin Deblauw 12.095 9, Jeremy Schultz 12.135 10, Kyle Schuett 12.146 11, Dave Uttech 12.156 12, Josh Walter 12.176 13, Sean Rayhall 12.190 14, Danny Schlafer 12.237 15, Russel Borland 12.258 16, Hunter Custer 12.262 17, Blake Nimee 12.261 18, Todd King 12.278 19, Jordan Goldesberry 12.278 20, John Fahl 12.349 21, Robbie Pribnow 12.358 22, Kurt Davis 12.361 23, Todd Daun 12.389 24, Jack Routson 12.406 25, Jereme Schroeder 12.485 26, Scott Uttech 12.529 27, Kris Spitz 12.530 28, Bailey Goldesberry 12.582 29, Travis Arenz 12.716.

HEAT 1
1, Bill Balog 2, Kyle Schuett 3, Joey Moughan 4, Jake Blackhurst 5, Sean Rayhall 6, Jordan Goldesberry 7, Blake Nimee 8, Jereme Schroeder 9, Kurt Davis 10, Baily Goldesberry.

HEAT 2
1, Dave Uttech 2, Mike Reinke 3, Scotty Thiel 4, Danny Schlafer 5, Austin Deblauw 6, Travis Arenz 7, John Fahl 8, Scott Uttech 9, Hunter Custer 10, Todd Daun.

HEAT 3
1, Josh Walter 2, Jeremy Schultz 3, Scotty Neitzel 4, Russel Borland 5, Scott Biertzer 6, Robbie Pribnow 7, Jack Routson 8, Kris Spitz 9, Todd King

DASH 1
1, Bill Balog 2, Scotty Thiel 3, Josh Walter 4, Dave Uttech 5, Scott Biertzer.

DASH 2
1, Joey Moughan 2, Jake Blackhurst 3, Mike Reinke 4, Scotty Neitzel 5, Austin Deblauw.

B MAIN
1, Blake Nimee 2, Hunter Custer 3, John Fahl 4, Jack Routson 5, Todd Daun 6, Kris Spitz 7, Jereme Schroeder 8, Kurt Davis 9, Scott Uttech 10, Todd King 11, Bailey Goldesberry.

A MAIN
1, Bill Balog 2, Jake Blackhurst 3, Mike Reinke 4, Joey Moughan 5, Jeremy Schultz 6, Scotty Neitzel 7, Travis Arenz 8, Josh Walter 9, Russel Borland 10, Austin Deblauw 11, John Fahl 12, Robbie Pribnow 13, Jordan Goldesberry 14, Kyle Schuett 15, Sean Rayhall 16, Scotty Thiel 17, Kris Spitz 18, Dave Uttech 19, Jereme Schroeder 20, Hunter Custer 21, Scott Biertzer 22, Blake Nimee 23, Jack Routson 24, Todd Daun.

KRISTINE HARTMANN PLEASANTVIEW REALTY 360 SPRINT CARS
HEAT 1
1, Scott Conger 2, Kurt Davis 3, Tyler Brabant 4, Blake Wondra 5, Justin Erickson 6, Paul Pokorski 7, Bill Taylor 8, Chris Larson.

HEAT 2
1, Ben Schmidt 2, Kevin Karnitz 3, Brandon Berth 4, Lance Fassbender 5, Tyler Davis 6, Shane Wenninger 7, Tony Wondra 8, Brady Portschy.

HEAT 3
1, Justin Miller 2, Travis Arenz 3, Anthony Knierim 4, Brandon McMullen 5, Tim Haddy 6, Preston Ruh 7, Josh Teunissen 8, Ken Schmick.

HEAT 4
1, Jack Vanderboom 2, Chris Clayton 3, Alex Pokorski 4, Will Gerrits 5, Doug Wondra 6, Tyler Tischendorf 7, Austin Hartmann.

B MAIN
1, Blake Wondra 2, Shane Wenninger 3, Robbie Pribnow 4, Lance Fassbender 5, Tyler Davis 6, Paul Pokorski 7, Preston Ruh 8, Tony Wondra 9, Josh Teunissen 10, Austin Hartmann 11, Chris Larson 12, Ken Schmick 13, Brady Portschy 14, Bill Taylor 15, Tyler Tischendorf.

A MAIN
1, Will Gerrits 2, Travis Arenz 3, Ben Schmidt 4, Kevin Karnitz 5, Chris Clayton 6, Scott Conger 7, Tim Haddy 8, Lance Fassbender 9, Jack Vanderboom 10, Brandon Berth 11, Brandon McMullen 12, Justin Erickson 13, Anthony Knierim 14, Doug Wondra 15, Paul Pokorski 16, Justin Miller 17, Shane Wenninger 18, Tyler Brabant 19, Blake Wondra 20, Alex Pokorski 21, Tyler Davis 22, Kurt Davis.

AUTOMETER WISCONSIN WINGLESS SPRINT CAR SERIES
HEAT 1
1, Nathan Crane 2, Zach Hansen 3, Jake Kouba 4, Dennis Spitz 5, Tommy Colburn 6, Jim Wehrman 7, Shawn Swim 8, Paul Shaffer 9, George Gaertner III.

HEAT 2
1, Rusty Egan 2, Chris Dodd 3, T.J. Smith 4, William Huck 5, Tom Eller 6, Seth Johnson 7, Clayton Rossmann 8, George Gaertner Jr. 9, Daniel Walldan.

B MAIN
1, Jim Wehrman 2, George Gaertner Jr. 3, Georg Gaertner III 4, Seth Johnson 5, Shawn Swim 6, Paul Shaffer 7, Clayton Rossman 8, Daniel Walldan.

A MAIN
1, Tim Cox 2, Derek Crane 3, Nathan Crane 4, Ryan Marshall 5, Rusty Egan 6, Chris Dodd 7, Allen Hafford 8, Vince Bartolotta 9, T.J. Smith 10, Jimmy Sivia 11, Natalie Klemko 12, Dennis Spitz 13, Tommy Colburn 14, Jordan Paulsen 15, Zach Hansen 16, George Gaertner Jr. 17, Jim Wehrman 18, Chris Klemko 19, William Huck 20, Seth Johnson 21, Tom Eller 22, Brian Strane 23, Jake Kouba 24, George Gaertner III.

INTERSTATE RACING ASSOCIATION LIGHTNING SPRINTS
QUALIFYING
1, Ion Stear 14.020 2, Ron Brannam 14,077 3, C.J. Malueg 14.155 4, Mike Neau 14.173 5, Mike Heinert 14.289 6, Jeff Schmidt 14.362 7, Nick Petska 14.426 8, Josh Rehberg 14.597 9, Shawn McGill 14.727 10, Bob Jeziorski 14.882 11, Mike Unger 14.887 12, Jonathan Smith 15.070 13, 15.080 14, Phil Brannam 15.126 15, Chris Quillman 15.415 16, Andrew Kiedrowski 15.503 17, Carl Sturt.

HEAT 1
1, Nick Petska 2, Mark Heinert 3, C.J. Malueg 4, Ion Stear 5, Shawn McGill 6, Mike Unger 7, Max Brannam, 8, Chris Quillman 9, Carl Sturt.

HEAT 2
1, Jeff Schmidt 2, Josh Rehberg 3, Ron Brannam 4, Mike Neau 5, Bob Jeziorski 6, Andrew Kiedrowski 7, Jonathan Smith 8, Phil Brannam.

A MAIN
1, C.J. Malueg 2, Mark Heinert 3, Ron Brannam 4, Mike Neau 5, Nick Petska 6, Jeff Schmidt 7, Bob Jeziorski 8, Mike Unger 9, Shawn McGill 10, Max Brannam 11, Andrew Kiedrowski 12, Jonathan Smith 13, Car; Sturt 14, Ion Stear 15, Chris Quillman 16, Josh Rehberg - Phil Brannam (DNS).

 


Maddox Takes Non-Wing Top Gun Sprint Main

East Bay Raceway Park provided the backdrop for the first non-wing competition of the 2020 season for the Top Gun Sprints with a field of 25 cars answering the call.

Heats were won by Bryan Eckley, Justin Webster, Steve Diamond and Shane Butler, which gave the quartet a shot at an additional $600 with a feature win. The good luck from the preliminaries did not carry through to feature as none of them were able to finish the 25-lap main.

The initial start was waved off after Cole Nichols came to a stop at the outside of turn one. On the restart, polesitter and series point leader Garrett Green fell in behind Shane Butler, but trouble struck when Green went low in turn four and began to flip through the turn, coming to rest in the middle of the track. Green was unhurt. During the clean-up, a fire broke out in Eckley’s car, which was extinguished and the car was pushed back to the pit while the on-track work continued. Nichols was able to return under the red flag and Eckley pushed out in turn to rejoin with no laps complete.

Justin Webster seized the early lead. Going to the top of the track and maintaining a fast pace. The leaders caught the back of the pack by the third lap, slicing through traffic in an attempt to hide from pursuers. A.J. Maddox began to make his move, taking third on lap four and gaining second on the next lap. On Lap seven, leader Webster went hurtling into turn one and hit the wall, collecting Shane Butler and Steve Diamond, ending the night for all three and leading to a red flag for clean-up.

Maddox inherited the lead while the action continued to heat up deeper in the field. Stan Butler passed Andrew Griffin for second with Ryan Bartholomew dispatching Griffin another spot. Three laps later, it was a hard charging Brandon Grubaugh who shot to second with Tyler Clem following through for third. Clem, who started 25th after failing to make the heat, was pressuring Grubaugh until a mechanical issue ended his night early.

The third red flag appeared on lap 18 as Stan Butler collected the frontstretch and did one complete flip. He was uninjured, but the car was damaged to the point of elimination. On the restart, Maddox had the advantage of three lapped cars between himself and Grubaugh and took advantage to scoot away to an insurmountable lead. The win gave the 2019 Top Gun Sprints champion his first series victory of the year and avenged some of the sting from a narrow defeat in East Bay’s last non-wing race in 2019.

Racing action continues Saturday, October 3 with Gagel’s Open Wheel Modifieds, Pro Late Models, Street Stocks, Mod Lites and Q Auto & Injury Medical Malpractice Mini Sprints.

TOP GUN SPRINTS

Feature: A.J. Maddox (3A), Brandon Grubaugh (G6), Luke Hill (41), Frank Carlsson (20), Ryan Bartholomew (11G), Tim George (1*), Billy Bridges (11B), Andrew Griffin (27), Sheldon Kinser Jr. (17C), Scott Baldwin (4), Nathan Barouch (13), Jeff Bye (26), Cole Nichols (N20), Tyler Clem (6S), Chris Hahn (2), Stan Butler (81), Ric Voisey (96), Andy Cobb (111), Jimmy Miltner (4×4), Justin Webster (21), Shane Butler (18), Steve Diamond (9), Bryan Eckley (12B), Garrett Green (82), Kyle Connery (91)

 

 

Wise gets 1st FAST Fremont win; Ingle scores 1st career BOSS victory; Weaver gets 7th 305 win

By Brian Liskai

FREMONT, Ohio – Zeb Wise accomplished something Saturday, Sept. 26 that young sprint car drivers aren’t supposed to do – win at the historic Fremont Speedway in his first year of winged sprint car racing. Wise, 17, from Angola, Indiana, took the lead from the drop of the green and led all 30 laps of the Ti22 Performance FAST Series feature for his first career win at “The Track That Action Built” on Union Trades Night.

“Sam (McGhee) had the super tune on this thing. We lost a few crew guys the last weekend so to come back with just me my dad, Sam and Mike McGhee…it’s pretty special to be standing here,” said Wise in the Engine Pro Victory Lane.

“Tonight was one of the more technical race tracks I’ve seen here. Last time I was here I got one stolen away from me on the last corner and I wasn’t going to let that happen again. I kind of sold out on the top there and it worked out,” added Wise beside his Mike McGhee and Associates/Sundollar Restoration/Specialty Rigging/Pro Cup Racing Experience backed #11

Lima, Ohio’s Dustin Ingle lost the lead on a restart with seven laps to go in the Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series feature. But he didn’t lose his cool, stayed focused on his high side line and drove back into the lead with four laps to go and went on to claim his first ever sprint car win.

“I kept telling myself don’t give up on the top…keep beating it down. I made a couple of mistakes there with a couple to go and tried to be smooth and close it out. This is the first win in my career in a sprint car,” said an elated Dustin Ingle beside his Gross & Sons Custom Millwork, Gils Trucking, Smugglers Cove Campground backed 2DI.

Fremont, Ohio’s Paul Weaver admits he’s had a lot of lady luck on his side during a spectacular 2020 season. It continued Saturday. Weaver, who started 15th, was running third when a caution flew with 11 laps to go. That wiped out a five second lead Jamie Miller had built up. On the restart Weaver took second and Miller got a flat tire with seven laps to go, handing the lead to Weaver who drove to his seventh win of the year at Fremont Speedway.

It was Weaver’s 14th total victory of 2020 and was the 58th of his career at Fremont Speedway placing him in a tie with Jim Linder for fifth on the track’s all-time win list.

“I just took it easy….man luck was on my side. Jim Linder is one of the greats. I’m just an average racer plucking away at some 305 wins at the end of my career. Jim and Mark Keegan they were on top of their game back then running against the best that were around. Good to be up there on the list but it’s not the same. I had 16 wins in one year but I was a lot younger,” said Weaver beside his B&B Drain Services, M&L Excavating, Hampshire Engines backed #1W.

John Ivy and Wise brought the field to green for the 30 lap FAST feature with Wise gaining the advantage over Ivy, Travis Philo, DJ Foos and Craig Mintz. Wise began to pull away but a red flag on lap six kept the field close.

On the restart Wise again built his lead while Ivy, Philo, Mintz, Nate Dussel and Foos battled hard for second. At the half-way point Wise held an over two second lead with Philo, Dussel, Ivy and Mintz waging a fantastic battle for second.

With eight laps to go, Ivy, Dussel and Cole Macedo tangled while battling for fifth whipping out Wise’s lead. On the restart Wise again pulled away while Philo and Mintz battled for second. Wise drove away to the win with Mintz getting around Philo on the last lap for second. Foos and Tyler Gunn rounded out the top five.

Ingle and Isaac Chapple brought the field to green for the 25-lap BOSS feature with Ingle gaining the slight advantage over Chappel, Cody White, Trey Jacobs, Luke Hall, Ricky Peterson and Dallas Hewitt. Ingle and Chapple raced side by side the opening three laps with Jacobs, making his first non-wing sprint car start, riding comfortably in third.

Ingle built up a nearly three second lead when the caution flew with seven laps to go. On the ensuing restart Chappel drove under Ingle to take the lead with Hall, Hewitt and Peterson racing each other hard for third. Ingle stayed committed to the high groove and drove back into the lead on lap 21 with Chappel now having to deal with Hall, Hewitt and Peterson.

Ingle hit his marks perfectly the closing laps and took the win over Hewitt who had won the previous two appearances of BOSS at Fremont, Hall, Chappel and Jacobs rounding out the top five.

Brandon Moore and Jamie Miller paced the field to green for the Fremont Federal Credit Union 305 A-main with Miller gaining the advantage over Moore, Seth Schneider, Matt Foos, Logan Riehl and Larry Kingseed.

Miller built his lead to nearly two seconds by lap four with Moore, Foos, Schneider, Kyle Capodice and Kingseed in pursuit. Weaver, who started 15th was up to seventh in just five laps. Miller raced into heavy lapped traffic by the 10th circuit with Moore, Foos, Weaver and Schneider giving chase.

Miller’s lead was over five seconds when the caution flew on lap 14. On the restart Weaver drove around Moore for second Miller jumped the cushion in turn four on lap 18 and ended up going to the pits with a flat tire on lap 18, handing the lead to Weaver.

Weaver pulled away the remaining seven laps to score the win with Foos, Mike Keegan, Moore and Kingseed rounding out the top five.

Saturday, Oct. 3 is Fremont Federal Credit Union Season Championship Night for the Fort Ball Pizza Palace 410 Sprints, Fremont Federal Credit Union 305 Sprints and the Burmeister Trophy Dirt Trucks.

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Fremont Speedway

Union Trades Night

Saturday, Sept. 26, 2020

410 Sprints – Ti22 FAST

Qualifying

1.09-Craig Mintz, 12.612; 2.11-Zeb Wise, 12.696; 3.5R-Byron Reed, 12.716; 4.22B-Ryan Broughton, 12.781; 5.5T-Travis Philo, 12.791; 6.1-Nate Dussel, 12.800; 7.16-DJ Foos, 12.818; 8.9J-Dean Jacobs, 12.835; 9.77I-John Ivy, 12.881; 10.9Z-Duane Zablocki, 12.930; 11.8M-TJ Michael, 12.934; 12.23-Cole Macedo, 12.934; 13.68G-Tyler Gunn, 12.965; 14.97-Max Stambaugh, 12.992; 15.83x-Nate Reeser, 13.014; 16.99-Skylar Gee, 13.055; 17.3J-Trey Jacobs, 13.064; 18.27z-Zane DeVault, 13.093; 19.2-Ricky Peterson, 13.100; 20.2L-Landon LaLonde, 13.111; 21.15-Mitch Harble, 13.115; 22.2+-Brian Smith, 13.119; 23.14-Chad Wilson, 13.180; 24.35-Stuart Brubaker, 13.194; 25.5-Jordan Harble, 13.208; 26.22M-Dan McCarron, 13.257; 27.4T-Josh Turner, 13.371; 28.W20-Greg Wilson, 13.435; 29.5J-Jake Hesson, 13.486; 30.9G-Cody Gardener, 13.493; 31.7T-Troy Vaccaro, 13.521; 32.20-Danial Burkhart, 13.527; 33.19Z-Wyatt Zimmerman, 13.582; 34.21J-Jeffrey Neubert, 14.671;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 5T-Travis Philo[2] ; 2. 09-Craig Mintz[4] ; 3. 8M-TJ Michael[1] ; 4. 99-Skylar Gee[5] ; 5. 2L-Landon LaLonde[6] ; 6. 14-Chad Wilson[7] ; 7. 5J-Jake Hesson[8] ; 8. 21J-Jeffrey Neubert[9]

Heat 2, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 11-Zeb Wise[4] ; 2. 22B-Ryan Broughton[3] ; 3. 9J-Dean Jacobs[2] ; 4. 2+-Brian Smith[6] ; 5. 83x-Nate Reeser[1] ; 6. 27z-Zane DeVault[5] ; 7. W20-Greg Wilson[7] ; 8. 19Z-Wyatt Zimmerman[8]

Heat 3, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 1-Nate Dussel[4] ; 2. 23-Cole Macedo[2] ; 3. 77I-John Ivy[3] ; 4. 35-Stuart Brubaker[6] ; 5. 2-Ricky Peterson[5] ; 6. 9G-Cody Gardener[8] ; 7. 22M-Dan McCarron[7] ; 8. 20-Danial Burkhart[9] ; 9. 97-Max Stambaugh[1]

Heat 4, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 68G-Tyler Gunn[2] ; 2. 3J-Trey Jacobs[1] ; 3. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[3] ; 4. 16-DJ Foos[4] ; 5. 15-Mitch Harble[5] ; 6. 5-Jordan Harble[6] ; 7. 4T-Josh Turner[7] ; 8. 7T-Troy Vaccaro[8]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)

1. 83x-Nate Reeser[2] ; 2. 2L-Landon LaLonde[1] ; 3. 27z-Zane DeVault[4] ; 4. W20-Greg Wilson[6] ; 5. 5R-Byron Reed[9] ; 6. 5J-Jake Hesson[5] ; 7. 14-Chad Wilson[3] ; 8. 19Z-Wyatt Zimmerman[8]

B-Main 2 - (10 Laps)

1. 2-Ricky Peterson[1] ; 2. 15-Mitch Harble[2] ; 3. 97-Max Stambaugh[9] ; 4. 9G-Cody Gardener[3] ; 5. 4T-Josh Turner[6] ; 6. 22M-Dan McCarron[5] ; 7. 7T-Troy Vaccaro[8] ; 8. 20-Danial Burkhart[7] ; 9. 5-Jordan Harble[4]

A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)

1. 11-Zeb Wise[2] ; 2. 09-Craig Mintz[5] ; 3. 5T-Travis Philo[4] ; 4. 16-DJ Foos[3] ; 5. 68G-Tyler Gunn[7] ; 6. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[13] ; 7. 22B-Ryan Broughton[6] ; 8. 9J-Dean Jacobs[12] ; 9. 35-Stuart Brubaker[16] ; 10. 8M-TJ Michael[11] ; 11. 15-Mitch Harble[20] ; 12. 97-Max Stambaugh[22] ; 13. 2+-Brian Smith[15] ; 14. 23-Cole Macedo[9] ; 15. 3J-Trey Jacobs[10] ; 16. 1-Nate Dussel[8] ; 17. 99-Skylar Gee[14] ; 18. 2-Ricky Peterson[18] ; 19. 27z-Zane DeVault[21] ; 20. 2L-Landon LaLonde[19] ; 21. 77I-John Ivy[1] ; 22. 83x-Nate Reeser[17]

Hard Charger: 97-Max Stambaugh +10

B.O.S.S Non-Wing

Qualifying

1.26W-Cody White, 14.879; 2.9N-Luke Hall, 14.953; 3.2DI-Dustin Ingle, 14.984; 4.18-Dallas Hewitt, 15.027; 5.23s-Kyle Simon, 15.059; 6.68G-Tyler Gunn, 15.175; 7.0-Steve Irwin, 15.221; 8.52-Isaac Chapple, 15.278; 9.16-DJ Foos, 15.280; 10.3J-Trey Jacobs, 15.330; 11.24L-Lee Underwood, 15.344; 12.53-Steve Little, 15.413; 13.26-Jamie Miller, 15.431; 14.33M-Matt Westfall, 15.435; 15.18D-Bobby Distel, 15.562; 16.9x-Ricky Peterson, 15.564; 17.5M-Mike Moore, 15.725; 18.20R-Tayte Williamson, 15.831; 19.1H-Zeth Sabo, 15.966; 20.7m-Brandon Moore, 16.447; 21.31L-Buddy Lowther, 16.501; 22.13-Jeremy Duposki, 99.999;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 9x-Ricky Peterson[1] ; 2. 3J-Trey Jacobs[4] ; 3. 53-Steve Little[3] ; 4. 5M-Mike Moore[5] ; 5. 18D-Bobby Distel[2] ; 6. 20R-Tayte Williamson[6] ; 7. 7m-Brandon Moore[7] ; 8. 31L-Buddy Lowther[8]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 9N-Luke Hall[4] ; 2. 18-Dallas Hewitt[2] ; 3. 23s-Kyle Simon[1] ; 4. 68G-Tyler Gunn[5] ; 5. 2DI-Dustin Ingle[3] ; 6. 16-DJ Foos[6] ; 7. 24L-Lee Underwood[7]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 52-Isaac Chapple[2] ; 2. 0-Steve Irwin[3] ; 3. 33M-Matt Westfall[5] ; 4. 26-Jamie Miller[1] ; 5. 26W-Cody White[4] ; 6. 1H-Zeth Sabo[6] ; 7. 13-Jeremy Duposki[7]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 2DI-Dustin Ingle[1] ; 2. 18-Dallas Hewitt[7] ; 3. 9N-Luke Hall[6] ; 4. 52-Isaac Chapple[2] ; 5. 3J-Trey Jacobs[3] ; 6. 9x-Ricky Peterson[5] ; 7. 68G-Tyler Gunn[13] ; 8. 0-Steve Irwin[8] ; 9. 26W-Cody White[4] ; 10. 33M-Matt Westfall[11] ; 11. 26-Jamie Miller[14] ; 12. 16-DJ Foos[17] ; 13. 23s-Kyle Simon[10] ; 14. 53-Steve Little[9] ; 15. 5M-Mike Moore[12] ; 16. 7m-Brandon Moore[19] ; 17. 24L-Lee Underwood[20] ; 18. 1H-Zeth Sabo[18] ; 19. 18D-Bobby Distel[15] ; 20. 13-Jeremy Duposki[21] ; 21. 20R-Tayte Williamson[16] ; 22. 31L-Buddy Lowther[22]

Hard Charger: 68G-Tyler Gunn +6

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Qualifying

1.26-Jamie Miller, 13.533; 2.X-Mike Keegan, 13.633; 3.36-Seth Schneider, 13.702; 4.19R-Steve Rando, 13.727; 5.12F-Matt Foos, 13.736; 6.97-Kyle Peters, 13.771; 7.21-Larry Kingseed JR, 13.835; 8.9-Logan Riehl, 13.881; 9.1W-Paul Weaver, 13.885; 10.12-Kyle Capodice, 13.889; 11.47-Matt Lucius, 13.913; 12.99-Alvin Roepke, 13.943; 13.5-Kody Brewer, 13.990; 14.21x-Dustin Stroup, 13.999; 15.Z10-Brandon Moore, 14.027; 16.61-Tyler Shullick, 14.033; 17.29-Rich Farmer, 14.046; 18.X15-Kasey Ziebold, 14.072; 19.3X-Brandon Riehl, 14.263; 20.51-Garrett Craine, 14.277; 21.3V-Chris Verda, 14.332; 22.13-Jeremy Duposki, 14.693;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 12F-Matt Foos[2] ; 2. 97-Kyle Peters[1] ; 3. X-Mike Keegan[4] ; 4. 99-Alvin Roepke[5] ; 5. 21x-Dustin Stroup[6] ; 6. 19R-Steve Rando[3] ; 7. 3X-Brandon Riehl[8] ; 8. 29-Rich Farmer[7]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 47-Matt Lucius[1] ; 2. 21-Larry Kingseed JR[2] ; 3. 36-Seth Schneider[3] ; 4. 26-Jamie Miller[4] ; 5. 3V-Chris Verda[6] ; 6. 5-Kody Brewer[5]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 12-Kyle Capodice[2] ; 2. 9-Logan Riehl[4] ; 3. Z10-Brandon Moore[1] ; 4. 61-Tyler Shullick[5] ; 5. 1W-Paul Weaver[3] ; 6. X15-Kasey Ziebold[6] ; 7. 51-Garrett Craine[7]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 1W-Paul Weaver[15] ; 2. 12F-Matt Foos[5] ; 3. X-Mike Keegan[10] ; 4. Z10-Brandon Moore[1] ; 5. 21-Larry Kingseed JR[6] ; 6. 21x-Dustin Stroup[13] ; 7. 19R-Steve Rando[16] ; 8. 36-Seth Schneider[3] ; 9. 99-Alvin Roepke[11] ; 10. 61-Tyler Shullick[12] ; 11. 97-Kyle Peters[9] ; 12. 9-Logan Riehl[4] ; 13. 5-Kody Brewer[17] ; 14. 3X-Brandon Riehl[19] ; 15. 29-Rich Farmer[21] ; 16. X15-Kasey Ziebold[18] ; 17. 13-Jeremy Duposki[22] ; 18. 51-Garrett Craine[20] ; 19. 26-Jamie Miller[2] ; 20. 12-Kyle Capodice[7] ; 21. 47-Matt Lucius[8] ; 22. 3V-Chris Verda[14]

Hard Charger: 1W-Paul Weaver +14

 

 

McMullen outduels Vanderboom at Dodge County
to extend MSA winning streak

(PEDAL DOWN PROMOTIONS) September 25, 2020 – Three-time Midwest Sprint Car Association champion and current point leader Brandon McMullen Oshkosh held off a spirited challenge from 17-year-old Jack Vanderboom of Dousman to rack up his third straight MSA A-main victory in the 20-lap Fuzzy Fassbender Memorial Race at the Dodge County Fairgrounds in Beaver Dam. Wis. on Friday, Sept. 25.

The 16th full MSA program of the COVID-19-shortened 2020 campaign was run in honor of the late Fuzzy Fassbender, father of current MSA competitor and former series champion Lance Fassender of Burnett, who was one of the most successful open-wheel racers in Southeastern Wisconsin racing history.

The event drew 24 entrants for the second MSA event of the 2020 season at the sprawling “horsepower half mile” facility.

Outside front row starter Shane Wenninger of Kewaskum got the jump on polesitter Tyler Davis of South Milwaukee to lead the opening lap of the 20-lap main event, while fourth starter Jack Vanderbooom bolted into second and sixth starter Lance Fassbender slipped into third.

On lap 2, McMullen made his presence felt as he worked his way up from the eighth starting spot to power around Fassbender into third in the running order exiting turn four.

One lap later, Vanderboom bolted in to pressure Wenninger for the top spot along the low groove of the lightning fast track surface. Wenninger and Vanderboom dueled side by side for the lead over three consecutive laps, before the lone caution flag of the race was displayed on lap 6 when rookie Austin Hartmann of Plymouth spun in turn three.

Under caution, Wenninger’s machine slowed to a stop in turn one and failed to refire, forcing him to retire to the pit area as Vanderboom inherited the lead.

McMullen used strong run on the restart to surge past Vanderboom into the lead with a high move in turn three on lap 7. McMullen wasted no time in building up a solid cushion over Vanderboom as the leaders began to slice their way through lapped traffic during the second half of the race.

On lap 13, five-time MSA champion Kurt Davis of South Milwaukee, who started seventh, pulled off a slide job to pass Fassbender for third in turn three.
Meanwhile, McMullen had his hands full with lapped traffic over the final five circuits, which allowed Vanderboom to close the gap drastically in the closing laps.

On the final lap Vanderboom appeared that he was going to make a challenge for the lead with a big run in turns three and four. However, the second-year MSA 360 Sprint Car competitor jumped the cushion entering turn four and was unable to mount a serious threat in the final corner as McMullen held on to secure his seventh MSA A-main victory of the season, second victory of the 2020 campaign at the Dodge County Fairgrounds and 30th overall career MSA main event win.

After the race, McMullen seemed more impressed with Vanderboom’s runner-up effort, than his own performance.

“It’s awesome to get a win, but I’m pumped for Jack,” McMullen said. “He really gave me a run and made me earn it tonight. He has an awesome future in racing.”
Vanderboom equaled his career-best MSA A-main finish with a second-place showing.

“I almost had him at the end, but things were a little sketchy in turns three and four on that final lap when I got up too high,” Vanderboom said. “Overall, it was a really good night and it feels good to bring the car home second.”
Davis was satisfied with a third-place showing at one of his favorite tracks on the MSA schedule.

“I love this place,” Davis said. “It makes up get up on the wheel, steer, stand on the gas and just go fast. Some people like the smaller tracks and maybe don’t like tracks like this as much, but it is definitely one of my favorite tracks.”
Tim Haddy of Waupun placed fourth after starting fifth and Fassbender rounded out the top five.

Heat race victories went to Brandon Berth of Cascade, Shane Wenninger and Tim Haddy.

The next race on the 2020 MSA schedule is the season finale as part of the Wisconsin Sprint Car Championships at The Plymouth Dirt Track at the Sheboygan County Fairgrounds in Plymouth, Wis. on Saturday, Sept. 26.

On-track activity is slated to begin at 4:45 p.m. with qualifying and racing to follow for the all-Sprint Car program, which also features the Bumper to Bumper Interstate Racing Association, AutoMeter Wisconsin Wingless Sprint Cars and IRA Lightning Sprints.

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Midwest Sprint Car Association
Dodge County Fairgrounds
Beaver Dam, Wis.
September 25, 2020

HEAT 1
1, Brandon Berth 2, Tyler Davis 3, Jack Vanderboom 4, Scott Conger 5, Chris Larson 6, Kevin Seidler 7, Paul Pokorski - Travis Arenz (DNS).

HEAT 2
1, Shane Wenninger 2, Lance Fassbender 3, Tony Wondra 4, Tyler Brabant 5, Blake Wondra 6, Tyler Tischendorf 7, Preston Ruh 8, Austin Hartmann.

HEAT 3
1, Tim Haddy 2, Kurt Davis 3, Brandon McMullen 4, Justin Miller 5, Will Gerrits 6, Bill Taylor 7, Justin Erickson 8, Chris Clayton.

A MAIN
1, Brandon McMullen 2, Jack Vanderboom 3, Kurt Davis 4, Tim Haddy 5, Lance Fassbender 6, Justin Miller 7, Tyler Davis 8, Tyler Brabant 9, Tyler Tischendorf 10, Will Gerrits 11, Tony Wondra 12, Scott Conger 13, Blake Wondra 14, Bill Taylor 15, Chris Larson 16, Preston Ruh 17, Austin Hartmann 18, Chris Clayton 19, Shane Wenninger 20, Brandon Berth 21, Kevin Seidler - Paul Pokorski (DNS), Justin Erickson (DNS), Travis Arenz (DNS).

 

 

Kekich completes almost perfect season in Mercer 410 sprints

By Jim Balentine
Mercer,Pa.

Michaels Mercer Raceway completed another exciting race night on a beautiful late September Friday evening during the fall brawl.

Adam Kekich dominated the 410 sprint car feature winning by eight seconds over Jeremy Kornbau to collect his third Mercer win of the year and going three for four in events held at the speedway this year.

Dave Murdick ended a drought of over a year in dominating fashion winning the big block vs small block modified mash up by seven seconds over Rex King Jr.

Jimmy Morris ended an even longer streak winning his first Mercer 305 sprint feature since 2014 beating last years point champ Jake Gomola by a narrow margin

Chas Wolbert continues to be one of the more dominant Crate Modified drivers of 2020 capturing his third FASTRAK modified Mercer feature win of the year over Kole Holden.

Andy Thompson won his first ever mini stock feature in his first win in many years since returning to the racing circuit over Mike Porterfield.

Next weekend Fri-Sat Oct 2-3 will be the 21st annual Little Guy nationals with a complete show both nights. Racing Friday night at 6 Pm and 4 Pm on Saturday. Rain date is Sunday Oct 5th.

410 Sprints feature

1. 5K-Adam Kekich[2]; 2. 27K-Jeremy Kornbau[4]; 3. 08-Danny Kuriger[3]; 4. 23JR-Jack Sodeman Jr[5]; 5. 66-Ken Rossey[1]; 6. 13-Brandon Matus[6]; 7. 35-Jared Zimbardi[8]; 8. G1-Mike Miller[7]; 9. 27-Zach Morrow[9]; 10. 33-Brent Matus[10]; 11. 76-Davey Jones[12]; 12. 86L-Michael Lutz Jr[11]; 13. 86-Rick Holley[13]

Heat winners: 13-Brandon Matus; 23JR-Jack Sodeman Jr305 Sprints feature

Big Block vs Small block Modifieds feature
1. 61-Dave Murdick[1]; 2. 165-Rex King Jr[3]; 3. 65-Rex King Sr[4]; 4. 44-Rick Regalski[9]; 5. 35-Steve Slater[2]; 6. 6F-Kyle Fink[6]; 7. 25B-Steve Barr[8]; 8. 55-Rob Kristyak[7]; 9. 74-Kevin Green[11]; 10. 83T-Tom Glenn[5]; 11. 717-Billy Adams[10]

Heat winners: 61-Dave Murdick 35-Steve Slater

Racesaver 305 Sprint feature
1. 16-Jim Morris[3]; 2. 4J-Jacob Gamola[6]; 3. 34-Adam Noland[4]; 4. 25-Jarrett Rosencranze[2]; 5. 12G-Thomas Jasen Jr[1]; 6. 347-Nevan O'Donnell[5]; 7. 22-George Fredrick[7]; 8. 97-JR Jameson[9]; 9. 40C-Joe Campbell[11]; 10. (DNS) 56-Steve Cousins; 11. (DNS) 29-logan mccandless

Heat winners: 34-Adam Noland; 16-Jim Morris

 


 

Bowers Jr., Snyder Victorious on Championship Night; Andersen, Drueke, Baumli, Wright, Barnes and Asher Earn 2020 Titles

By: Jacob Blair

OSBORN, Mo. – Six new champions were crowned on Friday at US 36 Raceway.

In the IMCA Modifieds, point leader Chad Andersen took to the early lead. After leading a few laps, national point contender Steven Bowers Jr. began to close. Before the halfway point of the race, Bowers slipped by Andersen and drove to his fifth win of the season at US 36 and made the trip to Westfall GMC Victory Lane. Andersen held on for second and clinched the 2020 track title. Josh Munsen earned track rookie of the year, finishing third on the night. Mark Schafman and Tony Layne completed the top five.

In the IMCA Sprint Cars, Stuart Snyder went wire-to-wire to earn his second straight victory at the track. Kenny Potter ran the entire race in second about a half straightaway back from Snyder. Trevor Grossenbacher completed a solid run with a third place finish. Tyler Drueke finished fourth, which was good enough to take the 2020 track championship in the Sprint Cars. Toby Chapman completed the top five.

Up next a US 36 Raceway is the 2nd Annual IMCA Missouri Nationals, October 8-10 featuring the IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Sprint Cars, IMCA Stock Cars and IMCA Sport Mods.

US 36 Race Results 9-25-2020

IMCA Modified
1. 77-Steven Bowers Jr[2]; 2. 8C-Chad Andersen[1]; 3. 19X-Josh Munsen[3]; 4. 34-Mark Schafman[7]; 5. 71-Tony Layne[4]; 6. 91J-Jaylen Wettengel[10]; 7. 51D-Benjie Douglas[6]; 8. 70-Tyler Willey[11]; 9. (DNF) 98-Mike Douglas[8]; 10. (DNF) 48X-Jim Masoner Jr[5]; 11. (DNF) 4G-Randy Herrmann[9]

IMCA Sprint Cars
1. 5-Stuart Snyder[1]; 2. 55-Kenny Potter[2]; 3. 35-Trevor Grossenbacher[6]; 4. 12-Tyler Drueke[10]; 5. 7-Toby Chapman[8]; 6. 76-Jay Russell[9]; 7. 3TJ-Joel Thorpe[5]; 8. (DNF) 43-Jake Greenwood[4]; 9. (DNF) 38-Austin Couch[7]; 10. (DNF) 15-Jack Potter[3]; 11. (DNF) 2-Doug Cook[12]; 12. (DNF) 36-Chris Couch[11]

 

 

Bard completes Lincoln sweep

Garrett Bard made it two-for-two at Lincoln Speedway Saturday night with a convincing PA Sprint Series feature win that brought him closer to the IMCA/RaceSaver national championship.

The Wells Tannery driver brushed aside a bad heat race starting draw and won that event, then moved from his fourth starting position to second on the opening lap and passed early leader Ken Duke Jr. in turn three following a lap four restart to take control of the feature, holding off a charging Devin Adams at the end of a race that highlighted several of PASS’s “young lions” racers.

Bard’s CG Racing Engines/Barnett Self-Storage #95 had led all 20 laps for a July 4 win at Lincoln, but in that race, Doug Dodson had mounted a torrid challenge that had included one successful slide job, countered by Bard’s successful cross-over. This time, while Adams closed the gap on the leader in the final couple of laps, Bard’s mastery of traffic kept his lead safe.

Duke, who had held off Adams for second until the midway point in the race, ended up third, ahead of recent high school graduate Justin Mills and Derek Hauck.

Dave Grube II, Landon Price, Dylan Shatzer, Doug Dodson and Dylan Smith rounded out the top 10.

Heat races for the 28-car field were won by Bard, Duke and Jake Frye, with Dodson taking the B-Main.

Frye was later involved in the night’s only major incident, jumping the cushion in turn three on lap three and flipping after hitting the wall. The Lewisberry teenager, who won his first feature earlier this year at nearby Trail-Way Speedway, was uninjured.

Dodson claimed the evening’s hard charger award with a gain of 10 positions – the next best “charge” was Bard’s, going from fourth to first. Dodson had withdrawn from his heat after a fuel line came loose, came from sixth to first in the B-Main (after surviving a tangle with John Walp as the cars were lining up), and then passed seven cars in the first three laps on the way to his hard-earned top-10 finish.

Bard’s win can only help his run for the 2020 IMCA/RaceSaver national championship. He went into the weekend with a 13-point lead over Nebraka’s Tyler Drueke. The points title is based on a driver’s best 20 finishes, and last weekend he extended the lead by a single point, even with a best finish of fourth. This is the final weekend for awarding points.

IMCA’s system awards points “bonuses” at the end, however, and the final results won’t be known until after that process.

Should Bard win, he will succeed Duke, the driver he passed for the lead Saturday, as champion. Duke last year became the first Pennsylvanian ever to win.

Bard had clinched the 2020 PASS championship already, and he holds a commanding lead over Walp in the Pennsylvania state points.

Saturday’s win was Bard’s eighth of the season in PASS and his 13th in 36 starts since joining the series last July. He also has multiple wins in the Laurel Highlands Sprint Series and the Allegheny Sprint Tour.

For full schedule information and the latest news, visit www.pasprintseries.com or the PA Sprint Series Facebook page.

Results from Lincoln Speedway, September 25

HEAT 1 – 1. 95-Garrett Bard; 2. 61-Johnny Scarborough; 3. 36-Jaremi Hanson; 4. M1-Justin Mills; 5. 87-Austin Graby; 6. 55-Domenic Melair; 7. 03-Branstin Shue; 8. 19K-Ethan Spotts (DNF); 9. 5-John Walp (DNF). DNS – 20-Doug Dodson.

HEAT 2 – 1. 67-Ken Duke Jr.; 2. 3D-Dave Grube II; 3. 99-Devin Adams; 4. 11-Dylan Smith; 5. 25D-Dustin Young; 6. 19-Kruz Kepner; 7. 2-Erin Statler; 8. M1-Mike Potts; 9. 21-Drew Boyer.

HEAT 3 – 1. 56-Jake Frye; 2. 69-Landon Price; 3. 75-Dylan Shatzer; 4. 2H-Derek Hauck; 5. 12F-Daryl Stimeling; 6. 33-Scott Lutz; 7. 51-Dave Graber; 8. 80-Dave Wickham; 9. 17K-Donavyn Knokey.

B-MAIN – 1. 20-Doug Dodson; 2. 03-Branstin Shue; 3. 2-Erin Statler; 4. 51-Dave Graber; 5. 80-Dave Wickham; 6. 21-Drew Boyer; 7. M1-Mike Potts; 8. 17K-Donavyn Knokey; 9. 19K-Ethan Spotts.

FEATURE – 1. 95-Garrett Bard; 2. 99-Devin

Adams; 3. 67-Ken Duke Jr.; 4. M1-Justin Mills; 5. 2H-Derek Hauck; 6. 3D-Dave Grube II; 7. 69-Landon Price; 8. 75-Dylan Shatzer; 9. 20-Doug Dodson; 10. 11-Dylan Smith; 11. 36-Jaremi Hanson; 12. 87-Austin Graby; 13. 55-Domenic Melair; 14. 12F-Daryl Stimeling; 15. 33-Scott Lutz; 16. 61-Johnny Scarborough; 17. 19-Kruz Kepner; 18. 03-Branstin Shue; 19. 51-Dave Graber; 20. 25D-Dustin Young; 21. 21-Drew Boyer; 22. 2-Erin Statler; 23. 56-Jake Frye (DNF); 24. 80-Dave Wickham (DNF). DNQ – M1-Mike Potts; 17K-Donavyn Knokey; 19K-Ethan Spotts.

 

Marcham Captures Third Win on the Season

Belleville, IL. (09/26/2020) Trey Marcham of Newcastle, OK. grabs his third POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget League Victory of the season at Creek County Speedway.

With 25 POWRi Lucas Oil West Midgets in attendance at Creek County, Marcham started off the night strong. Advancing five positions in his heat race to finish in the second position. Marcham started off the 25 lap Main Event starting in the fourth position. With the race going green to checkered, Marcham claimed his third POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget League victory of the 2020 season.

Following Marcham to the line was second place finisher, Jake Neuman. Third place finisher Noah Gass, Ace McCarthy in fourth, and Trey Gropp rounding out the top five.

The POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget League will be back in action tomorrow night, September 26th at I-44 Riverside Speedway in Oklahoma City, OK.

I-44 Riverside Speedway's pits will open at 3 PM for competitors with Grandstands opening for general admission at 5 PM. Driver's Registration from 4-6 PM with Hot-Laps beginning at 6:30 PM and side-by-side racing to follow. Ticket prices are $30 for pit passes, $15 for Adults, Seniors/Veterans for $12, students get a discounted price of $10 with current Student-ID, children ages 6-12 for only $8, while kids below the age of five get in free.

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Smith Titanium Heat Race 1 Winner: Jake Neuman
Keizer Aluminum Wheels Heat Race 2 Winner: Ace McCarthy
Saldana Racing Products Heat Race 3 Winner: Trey Gropp
High Point Man: Jake Neuman
Hard Charger: Emilio Hoover
POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget League Feature Winner: Trey Marcham
POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget League Feature Resalts: 1. 32-Trey Marcham; 2. 3N-Jake Neuman; 3. 20G-Noah Gass; 4. 28-Ace McCarthy; 5. 21-Trey Gropp; 6. 7M-Chance Morton; 7. 14E-Hank Davis; 8. 21K-Emilio Hoover; 9. 15D-Andrew Deal; 10. 5T-Ryan Timms; 11. 84m-Kade Morton; 12. 7D-Michelle Decker; 13. 44-Andrew Felker; 14. 26-Tristin Thomas; 15. 14F-Eric Fenton; 16. 2B-Brett Becker; 17. 00-Brekk Harris; 18. (DNF) F5-Devin Simmons; 19. (DNF) 52-Blake Hahn; 20. (DNF) 22-Curtis Jones; 21. (DNF) 20H-Noah Harris; 22. (DNS) 7X-Alex Vande Voort; 23. (DNS) 47K-Kevin Brewer; 24. (DNS) 2S-Cole Scott; 25. (DNS) 70-Cade Cowles
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Davie Franek Wins First PST A Main in 2020At Penn Can, Dedicates Win To Late Pete Richardson; Matt Farnham Scores First Career Patriot Sprint Tour Win In The Second Event
Contact: Paul Harkenrider
PST Media
paul@patriotsprinttour.com
(Susquehanna, Pa) In what has been an extremely shortened season for the Patriot Sprint Tour, a familiar face made it back to victory lane at Penn Can Speedway. Davie Franek cashed in on his front row starting spot to take his tenth career PST A-Main win over Denny Peebles, Billy VanInwegen, Matt Farnham and Paulie Colagiovanni. This was the A Main that carried over from the August 28 rained out show.
It was a very slow start in the first A-Main with several cautions in the first half of the event. After 25 total minutes into the race, it was deemed that the race could not finish with the amount of fuel that was left for the remainder of the A. An eight-minute closed red was placed on the racetrack for fuel.
On the restart, the battle for positions two through four was a toss up, lap after lap between Denny Peebles, Billy VanInwegen, and Denny Peebles.
This would give Franek an advantage as he was able to space himself in the clean air form the remainder of the field. As the checkered flag waved, it was the 2019 series champion Davie Franek sitting in victory lane over Denny Peebles and Billy VanInwegen.
No one could match the 2019 series champion and he would cross the checkers first over Peebles, VanInwegen, Matt Farnham, and Paulie Colagiovanni. This was Franek’s tenth career PST sanctioned win which moves him to ninth all time in overall tour wins.
It was emotional victory lane as Franek pointed to the sky remembering one of his best friends at the race track, Pete Richardson who the racing community lost last month.
Heat race wins from the carried over event went too Franek, Chuck Hebing, and Dave Axton. Dallas Schott scored the Bonnell’s Dash for cash.
In the second event of the night, it was finally Matt Farnham’s night to shine scoring his first feature of his career in just his 12th start in a 360-sprint car.
Farnham started fourth and had his work cut out on him as he would trail the front row of Danny Varin and Kelly Hebing. Varin would take command early with Brett Wright, Kelly Hebing, and Farnham all vying for the top spot.
Farnham was able to maneuver the car wherever to push by Kelly Hebing and Brett Wright. This would allow Farnham to focus on tracking down the leader in Varin.
There were restarts on lap six and nine where Varin was able to maintain the race lead over the rest of the field. It was until a lap 12 restart that Farnham would take his car hard into the first corner pulling alongside Varin exiting two down the back stretch.
As the two would fly wing to wing into turn three, Varin was unable to protect his line from Farnham which allowed Farnham to pull away from the field.
For the remaining 12 laps, the Western NY driver was no match for anyone else and he would cruise for his first PST A- Main win of his career over Varin, Brett Wright, Scott Kreutter, and Kelly Hebing.
Heat race wins went too Farnham, Varin and for the first time in her career, Kelly Hebing. The Bonnell’s Rod Shop dash win went to Denny Peoples while the B Main win went too Dalton Herrick.
For the time being, there is no upcoming races for the 2020 season but please be sure to visit www. Pstriotsprinttour.com and to follow our social media pages, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter if another race is scheduled.

Patriot Sprint Tour Quick Results9/18/2020
A Main 2: 1) 7ny: MATT FARNHAM (1) 2) 00- Danny Varin 3) 14B- Brett Wright 4) 49- Scott Kreutter 5) 10LC- Kelly Hebing 6) 35- Jared Zimbardi 7) 55- Dallas Schott 8) 10- Paulie Colagiovanni 9) 22- Jonathan Preston 10) 3- Denny Peebles 11) 79- Jordan Thomas 12) 35s- Jason Shultz 13) 32- Kyle Smith 14) 28f- Davie Franek 15) 11- Ryan Stillwagon 16) 98- Joe Trenca 17) 36- John Trenca 18) 22J- Jacob Balliet 19) 2- Dave Axton 20) 29- Dalton Herrick 21) 25- Geoff Quackenbush 22) 23- Tyler Cartier 23) 21- Kyle Phillips
Heats
Heat 1: 1) 10LC: Kelly Hebing 2) 35- Jared Zimbardi 3) 49- Scott Kreutter 4) 23- Tyler Cartier 5) 22- Jonathan Preston 6) 10- Paulie Colagiovanni 7) 11- Ryan Stillwagon 8) 56- Billy VanInwegen 9) 61- Parker Evans
Heat 2: 1) 7ny- Matt Farnham 2) 14B-Brett Wright 3) 98- Joe Trenca 4) 28f- Davie Franek 5) 22J- Jacob Joliet 6) 32- Kyle Smith 7) 29- Dalton Herrick 8) 2- Dave Axton 9) 36b- Brian Preston
Heat 3: 1) 00- Danny Varin 2) 36- John Trenca 3) 79- Jordan Thomas 4) 3- Denny Peebles 5) 55- Dallas Schott 6) 25- Geoff Quackenbush 7) 35s- Jason Shultz 8) 21- Kyle Phillips
Dash Finish: 1) 3- Denny Peebles 2) 22- Jonathan Preston 3) 79- Jordan Thomas 4) 98- Joe Trenca 5) 55- Dallas Schott 6) 23- Tyler Cartier
B Main: 1) 29- Dalton Herrick 2) 11- Ryan Stillwagon 3) 21- Kyle Phillips 4) 35s- Jason Shultz 5) 61- Parker Evans 6) 56- Billy VanInwegen 7) 2- Dave Axton 8) 25- Geoff Quackenbush

From 8/28/2020
A Main: 1) 28F- DAVIE FRANEK (1) 2) 3- Denny Peebles 3) 56- Billy VanInwegen 4) 7ny- Matt Farnham 5) 10- Paulie Colagiovanni 6) 110 Ryan Stillwaggon 7) 22- Jonathan Preston 8) 49- Scott Kreutter 9) 61- Parker Evans 10) 35- Jared Zimbardi 11) 79- Jordan Thomas 12) 10LC- Kelly Hebing 13) 55- Dallas Schott 14) 14B- Brett Wright 15) 98- Joe Trenca 16) 29- Dalton Herrick 17) 25- Geoff Quackenbush 18) 36B- Brian Preston 19) 2- Dave Axton
Heat 1: 1) 28F Davie Franek 2) 55- Dallas Schott 3) 79-Jordan Thomas 4) 29- Dalton Herrick 5) 25- Geoff Quackenbush 6) 10LC- Kelly Hebing 7) 35- Jared Zimbardi 8) 46- Ryan Conium 9) 54- Joey Amantea 10) 36B- Brian Preston
Heat 2: 1) 2- Dave Axton 2) 3- Denny Peebles 3) 56- Billy VanInwegen 4) 10- Paulie Colagiovanni 5) 36- John Trenca 6) 49- Scott Kreutter 7) 10K-Joe Kata 8) 23- Tyler Cartier 9) 16- Charles Weslowski
Heat 3: 1) 45- Chuck Hebing (67) 2) 7NY- Matt Farnham 3) 11- Ryan Stillwagon 4) 14B-Brett Wright 5) 21- Kyle Phillips 6) 22- Jonathan Preston 7) 61- Parker Evans 8) 98- Joe Trenca 9) 121- Steve Glover

 

 

Gallagher and Rudolph Star in Applefest Finale At Tri-City Raceway Park

(Franklin, PA) A three-day event closed out the 2020 racing season at the Tri-City Raceway Park, with the Sunday, September 19th finale awarding huge paychecks to the winners in seven races for seven different divisions of race cars. A first time winner collected a $5,000 paycheck in the “Applefest Race Weekend” feature event for Shawgo Real Estate Sprint Cars, presented by Krill Recycling. Darin Gallagher earned his first career victory, at the top-level Sprint Car racing. In other action, New York resident Erik Rudolph won both the Big Block-engine Modifieds’ 30-lap feature race, and the Small Block-engine Modifieds’ feature race, taking a total of $8,000 back the Empire State. The Hovis Auto and Truck Supply Pro-Stock cars battled for 50 laps, with Chris Schneider earning another Tri-City win. The RUSH non-wing Sprint Cars competed in the Bruce Smith Construction 20-lap feature race, with Zach Morrow claiming the victory. The Crate-engine Modifieds’ 20-lap feature race was dominated by Jeff Schaffer, Jr., who was racing for the first time in two years. Pat Hanlon, II finished off a tough luck season with a big win the 4-Your-Car-Connection Mini Stock division of racing.
The Shawgo Real Estate Sprint Cars’ 30 lap race was led early on by pole position starter Jack Sodeman, Jr. Sodeman was carrying a six point advantage in the year-long point standings into the final race of the year. Sodeman, seeking a first Tri-City victory of the season, was leading the race over recent winner A.J. Flick. Darin Gallagher was holding the third position, as championship contender Brandon Spithaler was advancing through the field, after starting in seventh spot. Spithaler, second in the point standings to Sodeman, needed to finish four positions higher than Sodeman to tie for the Championship. But on lap nine, two-time winner Spithaler spun in turn one, while racing in second position to Sodeman. Spithaler had to restart from the tail of the field, as Sodeman remained in the top spot. On the restart, Gallagher darted from third place into the lead, with an impressive low-groove “slide job” pass in turn two. As Sodeman was falling back in the field, Spithaler was again marching toward the front. Spithaler climbed back into the top five, passing Sodeman among others. At one point in the race, Spithaler was ahead of Sodeman by just enough positions to earn the title. But, at the conclusion, Spithaler placed fifth, and Sodeman clinched the Championship with a seventh place finish. The title is Sodeman’s tenth-career track championship, but his first at Tri-City. In the closing laps, race leader Gallagher was challenged by Dan Shetler, repeatedly. Shetler, a former Sharon Speedway Champion, started in fourth place and caught, then passed Gallagher on lap 25. After a thrilling wheel-to-wheel battle for multiple laps, Gallagher re-claimed the lead with three laps remaining. Gallagher, a successful 305 Sprint Car division winner and Champion, moved up to (top level) 410 Sprint Car racing last year. After his Applefest preliminary heat race victory the night before, Gallagher started in third place and finished first, claiming the largest paycheck of the year, for his first-ever Sprint Car feature victory. Shetler crossed the finish line just four-tenths-of-a-second behind the young winner. Flick, two-time 2020 winner Carl Bowser, and Spithaler completed the top five in the official finish order. Gallagher was overcome with emotion, while standing next to his family-owned, Texas Roadhouse/Kozminski Auto Body/Shaner Automotive #12 car.
Bruce Smith Construction, of Franklin, PA sponsored the 20-lap feature race for the Pace Performance RUSH non-wing Sprint Cars.
The RUSH drivers were competing for Equipment Rental Options weekly series points. The race was completed without a caution flag, as Zach Morrow started from the pole position and grabbed the lead. Veteran Steve Pedley challenged Morrow early on – both drivers have been winners in 2020 at other tracks. Shawn Smith soon passed Pedley for second place. At times, Smith clocked lap times slightly faster than leader Morrow. Jeremy Weaver, the series points leader, took the green flag in seventh place and climbed into third position late in the race. When the event concluded the top five finishers were: Morrow, the series’ master of large tracks like Tri-City; Smith, a home track favorite; young Weaver; Pedley, and many time previous winner Gale Ruth, Jr.
Under the new ownership of Merle Black, the resurrected Tri-City Raceway Park had a successful 2020 racing season, after a late start due to pandemic restrictions. Plans are already underway for the 2021 season of “Sunday Thunder” dirt track racing action
 

 

Virginia Sprint Series Race #7

Rain Make Up and Race #8 IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Series Natural Bridge Speedway, Natural Bridge, Va. Jerald Harris Has Double Vision On the first clear cool night of the year Jerald Harris had a hot night on track getting double vision by taking both features. The first rain make up feature had Daren Bolac out first with the drop of the green and running smooth out front with Mike Leraas in tow. The twenty lap features were going by fast but the track was changing and Leraas was closing in with Mike Keeton and Jerald Harris catching up fast. Leraas got by to lead with Bolac still second but back of the field was coming in to the leaders path which was packing up the front. With the white flag waving Leraas and Bolac were still upfront on the lower side but Harris moved up and was gaining ground fast. Coming off turn four to the checkers the last car on the lead lap bobbled causing Leraas and Bolac to lift. Jerald Harris seized the moment to go high next to the wall and flashed in to the lead and under the checkered flag first all in a few hundred feet. At the line it was Jerald Harris, Mike Leraas, Daren Bolac, Mike Keeton, Bill Rice, Chris Ware, Matt Mullins, Billy Hubbard, Charlie Ware and Mike Cicchillo. After inverting the lead lap cars the second featured rolled to green with Matt Mullins out first and Mike Keeton right behind and Harris closing in already. Mike Keeton was leading but Harris was right there as the laps clicked away Harris was getting stronger. Jerald Harris moved to the front spot leaving Keeton to deal with a charging Mike Leraas after he got by Bill Rice. With laps running out nobody would catch Jerald Harris as Mike Leraas made it to second but would only stay there as Harris went under the checkered flag for the second time of the night. At the line it was Jerald Harris, Mike Leraas, Mike Keeton, Bill Rice, Daren Bolac, Matt Mullins, Chris Ware, Charlie Ware, Billy Hubbard and Mike Cicchillo. The VSS is off next week before heading to The Greater Cumberland Raceway in Cumberland, Maryland for a race with The Laurel Highlands Sprint Series on Saturday October3rd. Thanks for your support Jim Haines Virginia Sprint Series IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Series

 

Hanson scores at The Grove

Sometimes a win is more than just a win:

- Like when the driver wins for the first time in more than five years and has only recently became a new father;

- Like when the owner wins for the first time in 44 years at the track and is in the pits on his stepson’s wedding weekend;

- Like when it all happens at Williams Grove Speedway.

Jaremi Hanson’s win at Williams Grove Speedway Friday night met all those criteria, leading to an outpouring of congratulations for him and car owner Rod Ort, also director of the PA Sprint Series.

Hanson’s National Energy of Gettysburg/Just for Jacks Home Construction/Whitehall Flyway Mini Cat #36 led all the way in the 20-lap feature, which followed the All Star Circuit of Champions race, fending off early challenges from fellow front-row starter John Walp and a late charge from defending IMCA/RaceSaver National Champion Ken Duke Jr.

Duke finished a close second, with Walp third, Derek Hauck fourth, and Dave Brown fifth.

Larry McVay, Erin Statler, Kassidy Kreitz; Tom Carberry and Austin Graby completed the top 10.

Hanson said in victory lane that he wasn’t nervous “at the beginning” about his prospects for a win (because he was starting on the pole), but the last restart with two laps remaining changed that.

“That last caution,” he said, “I saw the 67 (Duke) there, and I knew that, if I would have screwed up at all, he would have gone right by my there on the bottom, so a lot of pressure there.”

With his young daughter in attendance and his long victory drought ended, Hanson summed up his feelings:

“I’m in happy land right now.”

Car owner Ort was equally emotional.

“I think I’ve been coming here for almost 60 years,” he said, “because my parents brought me here when I was just a baby, and racing here since 1976, and wanted to win, just have never been able to get it done.”

Ort had come close as a driver himself and with others who had driven his car.

“I’m so thrilled that Jaremi finally pulled it off tonight – it’s unbelievable.”

Ort also noted the significance to any driver of winning at Williams Grove.

“I’ve seen so many people here win and wish it could be me, but I’ve always celebrated with them, because it feels so good to see other people win and reach their dreams, and to finally get it – especially here at the Grove with Jaremi – it’s definitely emotional. It’s as good as it gets.”

As good as the night was for Hanson and Ort, there was disappointment in the pit area afterward as well. National IMCA/RaceSaver points leader Garrett Bard was involved in a heat race incident and had to come from seventh starting position in his B-Main to earn a spot in the feature with a pass at the checkered flag. Then, he was the second car out of the feature.

On lap 14, Dustin Smith spun in turn two, did a 360, and kept going, but the bottleneck that created put Dustin Young in the inside backstretch wall.

The final caution, for Johnny Scarborough’s spin on lap 17, led to a restart that brought several cars together in turn two, ending Devon Adams’ night and causing others to lose multiple positions. The field remained under green, though, setting the stage for an exciting finish between Hanson and Duke.

Heat races for the 44-car field went to Duke, Jared Zionkowski, Kirsten Hess and Jacob McClain, who had come all the way from Hemby Bridge, N.C., for the race. A couple of red flags and several yellows interrupted the heat race action, but no injuries were reported from any of the incidents.

Domenic Melair and Landon Price won the twin B-Mains.

On a night with cold temperatures, a wind one All Star competitor said he thought would blow him over on the backstretch, and a difficult, slick track, there was still plenty of passing, and Austin Graby won the Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic Hard Charger Award (and a new right rear tire), coming from 26th and last starting spot to 10th at the finish.

Tom Carberry and Dustin Smith each advanced 11 positions during the race, Erin Statler moved up 10 spots, Landon Price improved by 9, and Dave Brown and Kassidy Kreitz each came up eight spots.

For more news and schedule information, visit www.pasprintseries.com or the PA Sprint Series Facebook page.

Results from Williams Grove Speedway, September 18

HEAT 1 – 1. 67X-Jacob McClain; 2. 83-Larry McVay; 3. 2H-Derek Hauck; 4. 44-Dave Brown; 5. 2-Erin Statler; 6. 55-Domenic Melair; 7. 80-Dave Wickham; 8. 03-Branstin Shue; 9. 95-Garrett Bard (DNF); 10. 53W-Jimmy White (DNF); 11. 92B-Donald Wise

HEAT 2 – 1. 41Z-Jared Zionkowski; 2. 25D-Dustin Young; 3. 18-Ian Detweiler; 4. 61-Johnny Scarborough; 5. 00-Jason Roush; 6. 11-Dustin Smith; 7. 54M-Todd Lynn; 8. 26-Ryan Lynn; 9. 54-Mike Melair; 10. 69M-Eric Mathiot (DNF); 11. 88-Fred Arnold (DNF).

HEAT 3 – 1. 44K-Kirsten Hess; 2. 3D-Dave Grube II; 3. 99-Devin Adams; 4. 56-Jake Frye; 5. R6-Reed Thompson; 6. 2J-Aaron Jacobus; 7. 13-Kurt Knepper; 8. 17K-Donavyn Knokey; 9. 23-Kyle Purks; 10. 7J-Andrew Jacobus (DNF); 11. 86-Ron Aurand (DNF)

HEAT 4 – 1. 67-Ken Duke Jr.; 2. 5-John Walp; 3. 36-Jaremi Hanson; 4. 69K-Kassidy Kreitz; 5. 1X-Tom Carberry; 6. 87-Austin Graby; 7. 69-Landon Price; 8- 20-Doug Dodson (DNF); 9. 71-Josh Spicer (DNF); 10. 7NC-Ben McCall (DNF). DNS – 24/7-Mikell McGee.

B-MAIN 1 – 1. 55-Domenic Melair; 2. 11-Dustin Smith; 3. 95-Garrett Bard; 4. 03-Branstin Shue; 5. 26-Ryan Lynn; 6. 53W-Jimmy White; 7. 54M-Todd Lynn; 8. 54-Mike Melair; 9. Dave Wickham. DNS – 69M-Eric Mathiot; 92B-Donald Wise; 88-Fred Arnold.

B-MAIN 2 – 1. 69-Landon Price; 2. 17K-Donavyn Knokey; 3. 87-Austin Graby; 4. 13-Kurt Knepper; 5. 7NC-Ben McCall (DNF). DNS – 2J-Aaron Jacobus; 23-Kyle Purks; 20-Doug Dodson; 7J-Andrew Jacobus; 71-Josh Spicer; 86-Ron Aurand; 24/7-Mikell McGee.

FEATURE – 1. 36-Jaremi Hanson; 2. 67-Ken Duke Jr.; 3. 5-John Walp; 4. 2H-Derek Hauck; 5. 44-Dave Brown; 6. 83-Larry McVay; 7. 2-Erin Statler; 8. 69K-Kassidy Kreitz; 9. 1X-Tom Carberry; 10. 87-Austin Graby; 11. 3D-Dave Grube II; 12. 11-Dustin Smith; 13. 69-Landon Price; 14. 56-Jake Frye; 15. 55-Domenic Melair; 16. R6-Reed Thompson; 17. 41Z-Jared Zionkowski; 18. 00-Jason Roush; 19. 17K-Donavyn Knokey; 20. 67x-Jacob McClain; 21. 99-Devin Adams; 22. 61-Johnny Scarborough; 23. 44K-Kirsten Hess; 24. 25D-Dustin Young; 25. 95-Garrett Bard; 26. 18-Ian Detweiler. DNQ – 03-Branstin Shue; 13-Kurt Knepper; 26-Ryan Lynn; 7NC-Ben McCall; 53W-Jimmy White; 54M-Todd Lynn; 54-Mike Melair; 80-Dave Wickham; 2J-Aaron Jacobus; 23-Kyle Purks; 20-Doug Dodson; 69M-Eric Mathiot; 7J-Andrew Jacobus; 92B-Donald Wise; 71-Josh Spicer; 88-Fred Arnold; 86-Ron Aurand; 24/7-Mikell McGee.

 

 

Kaeding and Ballenger Enjoy Victories at Huset's Speedway During DeKalb/Asgrow Power Series Nationals presented by Casey's General Stores Finale

Inside Line Promotions - BRANDON, S.D. (Sept. 19, 2020) - Tim Kaeding savored Victory Lane on Saturday evening at Huset's Speedway, where the California native recorded a feature triumph during the track's season finale along with Dusty Ballenger.

Kaeding completed approximately a half dozen donuts between turn four and the frontstretch as the crowd roared in appreciation. Kaeding then climbed on top of the rear of his winged sprint car, raising his arms in the air and exhaling a yell. After his race car was pushed into the designated area for the Victory Lane ceremony, Kaeding performed another wing dance that was followed by congratulatory handshakes and hugs from friends, fans and competitors.

Kaeding was just as intense on the high-banked oval, where he led the distance to capture the Midwest Power Series and Midwest Sprint Touring Series portion of the DeKalb/Asgrow Power Series Nationals presented by Casey's General Stores. He was awarded a check for a whopping $10,000 for his feat.

"It's amazing," he said. "I felt like the old TK right there. Get up on the fence and run the living piss out of it."

Kaeding built more than a five-second lead before a caution on Lap 15 brought the field back together. He then had to hold off challenges from Midwest Power Series champion Justin Henderson and Friday night's feature winner Shane Golobic, who charged from 17th to second.

"Obviously we wanted to be one spot better, but I put our team in a hole in qualifying," Golobic said after his runner-up result. "Seventeenth to second is nothing to hang your head about. Hats off to TK. This was right up his alley."

Jack Dover, who claimed two of the four Midwest Sprint Touring Series wins at Huset's Speedway this year, rounded out the podium after starting ninth.

"I'm really happy with a third-place finish," he said. "Before we started the main we dropped a cylinder so we were on seven cylinders."

Trey Starks was the Hard Charger Award winner after rallying from 21 st to fourth and Clint Garner placed fifth.

A total of 48 drivers participated on Saturday with Starks and Matt Juhl setting quick time in their qualifying groups to kick off the competition. Davey Heskin, Kaeding, Garner and Lynton Jeffrey each won a heat race. Tommy Barber picked up the C Main victory and Starks captured the B Main triumph.

Ballenger led the entire 20-lap, $1,000-to-win RaceSaver sprints A Main, beating eighth-starting Tyler Drueke at the finish line by 0.760 of a second. The two drivers were nearly side by side as they exited turn four in traffic with a handful of laps remaining, but Ballenger's higher groove gave him the momentum needed to maintain the top spot. Drueke stayed within striking distance, but Ballenger made the right moves in traffic to score the win.

"I was just trying to get through lapped traffic the best I could," he said. "I have a bunch of kids on my crew (and) some old guys. I will tell you we're going to have a party tonight."

Stu Snyder rounded out the podium with Shon Pointer finishing fourth and Neil Nickolite fifth.

Nick Barger, Pointer, Jason Danley and Drueke were the heat race winners. Chris Thram won the B Main.

RACE REPORT: HUSET'S SPEEDWAY IN BRANDON, S.D. (Sept. 19, 2020) -

MIDWEST POWER SERIES/MSTS SPRINTS

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 3-Tim Kaeding (1); 2. 17W-Shane Golobic (17); 3. 53-Jack Dover (9); 4. 44S-Trey Starks (21); 5. 40-Clint Garner (6); 6. 14T-Brooke Tatnell (4); 7. 83-Lynton Jeffrey (2); 8. 81-Terry McCarl (15); 9. 09-Matt Juhl (7); 10. 22-Kaleb Johnson (24); 11. 88-Kyle Offill (18); 12. 14-Jody Rosenboom (14); 13. 20G-Chris Graf (10); 14. 11M-Brendan Mullen (12); 15. 17-Lee Goos Jr (13); 16. 23W-Sam Henderson (16); 17. (DNF) 83M-Justin Henderson (11); 18. (DNF) 4J-Lee Grosz (5); 19. (DNF) 35-Skylar Prochaska (19); 20. (DNF) ACE-Dusty Zomer (8); 21. (DNF) 56N-Davey Heskin (3); 22. (DNF) 33B-Scott Broty (20); 23. (DNF) 5-Eric Lutz (22); 24. (DNF) 35L-Cody Ledger (23).

B Feature (15 Laps): 1. 44S-Trey Starks (3); 2. 5-Eric Lutz (2); 3. 35L-Cody Ledger (6); 4. 22-Kaleb Johnson (4); 5. 33-James Broty (12); 6. 14E-Tim Estenson (15); 7. 14J-Mike Johnston (5); 8. 53X-Joe Beaver (18); 9. 4-Cody Hansen (7); 10. 20-Brant O'Banion (14); 11. 75-Tommy Barber (13); 12. 5J-Javen Ostermann (17); 13. 05-Colin Smith (16); 14. 0-Alex Schriever (9); 15. (DNF) 10J-Justin Jacobsma (8); 16. (DNF) 21-Adam Gullion (11); 17. (DNS) 99-Austin McCarl; 18. (DNS) 27-Carson McCarl.

C Feature (12 Laps): 1. 75-Tommy Barber (1); 2. 20-Brant O'Banion (4); 3. 14E-Tim Estenson (5); 4. 05-Colin Smith (9); 5. 5J-Javen Ostermann (2); 6. 53X-Joe Beaver (12); 7. 57-Matt Fredericksen (3); 8. 101-Chuck McGillivray (6); 9. 31A-CJ Johnson (13); 10. 11B-Ben Woods (7); 11. 91A-Reed Allex (10); 12. 7-Clinton Bruns (11); 13. (DNS) 11X-Gregg Bakker; 14. (DNS) 82-Jason Martin; 15. (DNS) 41S-Dominic Scelzi; 16. (DNS) 11XS-Donovan Peterson.

Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 56N-Davey Heskin (1); 2. 4J-Lee Grosz (3); 3. 53-Jack Dover (5); 4. 17-Lee Goos Jr (2); 5. 17W-Shane Golobic (8); 6. 44S-Trey Starks (4); 7. 35L-Cody Ledger (6); 8. 27-Carson McCarl (9); 9. 75-Tommy Barber (7); 10. 14E-Tim Estenson (11); 11. 05-Colin Smith (10); 12. 31A-CJ Johnson (12).

Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 3-Tim Kaeding (1); 2. ACE-Dusty Zomer (2); 3. 20G-Chris Graf (3); 4. 14-Jody Rosenboom (7); 5. 88-Kyle Offill (5); 6. 22-Kaleb Johnson (8); 7. 4-Cody Hansen (6); 8. 21-Adam Gullion (9); 9. 5J-Javen Ostermann (10); 10. 101-Chuck McGillivray (11); 11. 91A-Reed Allex (12); 12. (DNF) 41S-Dominic Scelzi (4).

Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. 40-Clint Garner (2); 2. 09-Matt Juhl (4); 3. 83M-Justin Henderson (3); 4. 81-Terry McCarl (1); 5. 35-Skylar Prochaska (6); 6. 5-Eric Lutz (5); 7. 10J-Justin Jacobsma (7); 8. 33-James Broty (10); 9. 57-Matt Fredericksen (8); 10. 11B-Ben Woods (11); 11. 7-Clinton Bruns (12); 12. 82-Jason Martin (9).

Heat 4 (10 Laps): 1. 83-Lynton Jeffrey (3); 2. 14T-Brooke Tatnell (2); 3. 11M-Brendan Mullen (7); 4. 23W-Sam Henderson (6); 5. 33B-Scott Broty (8); 6. 14J-Mike Johnston (10); 7. 0-Alex Schriever (11); 8. (DNF) 99-Austin McCarl (1); 9. (DNF) 20-Brant O'Banion (9); 10. (DNF) 11X-Gregg Bakker (4); 11. (DNF) 53X-Joe Beaver (5); 12. (DNS) 11XS-Donovan Peterson.

Qualifying Group A (2 Laps): 1. 44S-Trey Starks, 00:11.744 (21); 2. 41S-Dominic Scelzi, 00:11.771 (4); 3. 4J-Lee Grosz, 00:11.789 (15); 4. 20G-Chris Graf, 00:11.854 (23); 5. 17-Lee Goos Jr, 00:11.858 (16); 6. ACE-Dusty Zomer, 00:11.886 (18); 7. 56N-Davey Heskin, 00:11.898 (12); 8. 3-Tim Kaeding, 00:11.906 (10); 9. 53-Jack Dover, 00:11.915 (1); 10. 88-Kyle Offill, 00:11.935 (3); 11. 35L-Cody Ledger, 00:11.940 (19); 12. 4-Cody Hansen, 00:11.979 (2); 13. 75-Tommy Barber, 00:12.025 (17); 14. 14-Jody Rosenboom, 00:12.026 (20); 15. 17W-Shane Golobic, 00:12.047 (7); 16. 22-Kaleb Johnson, 00:12.073 (14); 17. 27-Carson McCarl, 00:12.082 (5); 18. 21-Adam Gullion, 00:12.112 (8); 19. 05-Colin Smith, 00:12.199 (6); 20. 5J-Javen Ostermann, 00:12.254 (22); 21. 14E-Tim Estenson, 00:12.255 (11); 22. 101-Chuck McGillivray, 00:12.308 (24); 23. 31A-CJ Johnson, 00:12.323 (13); 24. 91A-Reed Allex, 00:12.705 (9).

Qualifying Group B (2 Laps): 1. 09-Matt Juhl, 00:11.422 (6); 2. 11X-Gregg Bakker, 00:11.508 (17); 3. 83M-Justin Henderson, 00:11.523 (3); 4. 83-Lynton Jeffrey, 00:11.566 (5); 5. 40-Clint Garner, 00:11.568 (11); 6. 14T-Brooke Tatnell, 00:11.610 (1); 7. 81-Terry McCarl, 00:11.614 (13); 8. 99-Austin McCarl, 00:11.630 (14); 9. 5-Eric Lutz, 00:11.645 (4); 10. 53X-Joe Beaver, 00:11.664 (23); 11. 35-Skylar Prochaska, 00:11.693 (18); 12. 23W-Sam Henderson, 00:11.747 (9); 13. 10J-Justin Jacobsma, 00:11.769 (20); 14. 11M-Brendan Mullen, 00:11.800 (7); 15. 57-Matt Fredericksen, 00:11.801 (24); 16. 33B-Scott Broty, 00:11.811 (12); 17. 82-Jason Martin, 00:11.812 (10); 18. 20-Brant O'Banion, 00:11.901 (15); 19. 33-James Broty, 00:11.968 (21); 20. 14J-Mike Johnston, 00:12.021 (16); 21. 11B-Ben Woods, 00:12.504 (8); 22. 0-Alex Schriever, 00:12.711 (19); 23. 7-Clinton Bruns, 00:12.859 (2); 24. 11XS-Donovan Peterson, 00:12.907 (22).

RACESAVER SPRINTS

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 2D-Dusty Ballenger (1); 2. 12-Tyler Drueke (8); 3. 5-Stu Snyder (6); 4. 20P-Shon Pointer (5); 5. 12N-Neil Nickolite (4); 6. 91-Adam Gullion (10); 7. 20-Brandt Obanion (3); 8. 14-Nick Barger (12); 9. 7X-Shane Fick (19); 10. 24T-Chris Thram (17); 11. 7C-Toby Chapman (9); 12. 10-Trevor Serbus (16); 13. 12L-John Lambertz (20); 14. 24-Chris Graf (13); 15. 4W-Nathan Weiler (14); 16. 7JL-Jared Jansen (15); 17. 27CC-Chayden Carpenter (18); 18. 32X-Darin Spielman (7); 19. (DNF) 45-Monty Ferriera (2); 20. (DNF) 4X-Jason Danley (11).

B Feature (12 Laps): 1. 24T-Chris Thram (3); 2. 27CC-Chayden Carpenter (4); 3. 7X-Shane Fick (7); 4. 12L-John Lambertz (8); 5. 98-Nate Barger (14); 6. 8H-Jacob Hughes (9); 7. 05-Tim Ottenbacher (6); 8. 32-Trefer Waller (5); 9. 1B-Brandon Horton (11); 10. 0-Chase Weiler (10); 11. 7-Johnny Sullivan (17); 12. 6B-Bayley Ballenger (16); 13. (DNF) 22W-Aaron Werner (1); 14. (DNF) 20B-Bryan Park (12); 15. (DNF) 35-Mike Stegenga (2); 16. (DNF) 8-Micah Slendy (13); 17. (DNF) 3TJ-Joel Thorpe (15); 18. (DNS) 05X-Brandon Allen.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 14-Nick Barger (2); 2. 5-Stu Snyder (3); 3. 45-Monty Ferriera (6); 4. 24-Chris Graf (5); 5. 22W-Aaron Werner (1); 6. 32-Trefer Waller (7); 7. 8H-Jacob Hughes (4); 8. 8-Micah Slendy (8); 9. 7-Johnny Sullivan (9).

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 20P-Shon Pointer (2); 2. 2D-Dusty Ballenger (1); 3. 32X-Darin Spielman (4); 4. 4W-Nathan Weiler (5); 5. 35-Mike Stegenga (3); 6. 05-Tim Ottenbacher (6); 7. 0-Chase Weiler (7); 8. 98-Nate Barger (9); 9. (DNF) 05X-Brandon Allen (8).

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 4X-Jason Danley (1); 2. 7C-Toby Chapman (2); 3. 20-Brandt Obanion (4); 4. 7JL-Jared Jansen (3); 5. 24T-Chris Thram (6); 6. 7X-Shane Fick (5); 7. 1B-Brandon Horton (7); 8. 3TJ-Joel Thorpe (8).

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 12-Tyler Drueke (2); 2. 91-Adam Gullion (4); 3. 12N-Neil Nickolite (3); 4. 10-Trevor Serbus (7); 5. 27CC-Chayden Carpenter (6); 6. 12L-John Lambertz (8); 7. 20B-Bryan Park (5); 8. 6B-Bayley Ballenger (1).

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HUSET'S SPEEDWAY -

Huset's Speedway is a dirt oval located in Brandon, S.D. The track opened in 1954 and has undergone a large renovation within the last few years, making it a premier destination for both marquee racing events and weekly programs.

 

 

Josh Schneiderman Coasts to Sprint Invaders “Family” Win at Lee County Speedway!

(Bill W) Donnellson, IA, September 19, 2020 – The Schneiderman name is synonymous with racing in southeast Iowa, and it was Josh who emerged triumphant Saturday night with the Sprint Invaders at Lee County Speedway. The West Burlington native teamed with brother and crew chief, Jarred, to take the $2,000 score. It was Josh’s second win of the season and eighth in his career with the series, and his first at the 3/8-mile Lee County Speedway oval.

Schneiderman beat pole-sitter and series point leader, Chris Martin, to the punch at the outset, but the first seven laps were rocky for the field. Noah Samuel spun after a lap was completed, and then on the restart, Tyler Barrick’s spin collected Scotty Johnson.

Paul Nienhiser, driving car owner point leader Scott Bonar’s #50, took third from Kaley Gharst when the green finally flew and Dugan Thye advanced into the to five by lap three. Schneiderman was entering lapped traffic when Blaine Jamison suffered a flat right front tire four laps in. The restart saw a spin by Mitchell Alexander.

The next try at green had Christian Bowman get into Thye in a bid for the fifth spot. Thye hammered the wall, but was o.k. Another lap was complete before Wyatt Wilkerson took a wild ride over the turn one wall after contact with Brayden Gaylord.

After fuel was added to the remaining cars, the final 18 laps went non-stop. Schneiderman led Martin, Neinhiser, Gharst and Devin Kline back to green flag racing. Nienhiser got by Martin in a good battle for second before Schneiderman entered lapped traffic on lap eleven.

Schneiderman pulled away before being held up as traffic went three-wide in front of him. Nienhiser closed, but wasn’t able to make a serious challenge.

Schneiderman’s win came ahead of Nienhiser, Martin, Gharst and Bowman. Colton Fisher, Gaylord, Kline, hard-charger Cody Wehrle and Ryan Leavitt rounded out the top ten. Ausitn Miller, Gharst and Bowman won heat races. Nienhiser won the Dash. Wehrle flipped in his heat, but was o.k.

“There were a couple times where it was getting hairy getting through traffic,” said Schneiderman. “Those guys are racing hard too. We were able to pick our way through. The top was obviously the fast way around tonight. This place owes me a few! I’ve lost a lot of races here. We’ve led and had drivers spin in front of us…I’ve banged the wall. So to finally win one down here with my brother crew chiefing is really special. He’s been working hard all year and we’ve been competitive everywhere we go.”

“Traffic was probably going to have to help us,” said Nienhiser. “(Schneiderman) was really good in clean air. It almost did for a second. I had some good restarts where I had Chris cleared for second and the yellow would come out. I wish I would have had a shot at a slider on Josh on a restart, and race him a little bit. Overall, it was another good run with Scott (Bonar).”

“Paul is always really good here, at Burlington, and a lot of places,” said Martin. “He’s a friend of mine, and it was fun racing with him. We’re doing well with the driver points. Scott Bonar has us in the owner points. Hopefully, we can take a few notes here, find out what’s right and what’s wrong, and cash out on the big race next Saturday.”

The “Fall Haul” at 34 Raceway will pay $5,000 to the winner and carry several bonuses on Saturday, September 26. For more information on the Sprint Invaders, visit www.SprintInvaders.com or look us up on Facebook.

Sprint Invaders A main (started), 25 laps: 1. 88, Josh Schneiderman, West Burlington, IA (2) 2. 50, Paul Nienhiser, Chapin, IL (6) 3. 44, Chris Martin, Ankeny, IA (1) 4. 78, Kaley Gharst, Decatur, IL (3) 5. 15, Christian Bowman, Altoona, IA (4) 6. 11, Colton Fisher, Mediapolis, IA (11) 7. 13, Brayden Gaylord, Wever, IA (12) 8. 17c, Devin Kline, Knoxville, IA (7) 9. 40c, Cody Wehrle, Burlington, IA (18) 10. 22L, Ryan Leavitt, Knoxville, IA (17) 11. 41, Noah Samuel, Burlington, IA (10) 12. 81, Tanner Gebhardt, Burlington, IA (13) 13. 9, Daniel Bergquist, Burlington, IA (9) 14. 6, Mitchell Alexander, Knoxville, IA (15) 15. 64c, Braydn Greubel, Lacona, IA (20) 16. 83A, Austin Miller, Lacona, IA (5) 17. 29w, Wyatt Wilkerson, Morning Sun, IA (21) 18. 11T, Dugan Thye, Burlington, IA (8) 19. 51J, Blaine Jamison, Mediapolis, IA (16) 20. 44x, Scotty Johnson, Melcher-Dallas, IA (19) 21. 5m, Collin Moyle, Knoxville, IA (22) 22. 11x, Tyler Barrick, Slater, IA (14) DNS – 84K, Wayne Kniffen, Fort Madison, IA. Lap Leader: Schneiderman 1-25. KSE Hard-charger: Wehrle.

Randall’s Performance Heat one (started), 8 laps: 1. Austin Miller (1) 2. Josh Schneiderman (5) 3. Chris Martin (7) 4. Tanner Gebhardt (2) 5. Colton Fisher (6) 6. Scotty Johnson (4) 7. Ryan Leavitt (8) 8. Wyatt Wilkerson (3)

CenPenCo Lubricants Heat two (started), 8 laps: 1. Kaley Gharst (5) 2. Paul Nienhiser (7) 3. Daniel Bergquist (1) 4. Noah Samuel (4) 5. Brayden Gaylord (6) 6. Cody Wehrle (2) 7. Blaine Jamison (8) 8. Braydn Greubel (3)

Paisano’s Ristorante of Preston, Illinois Heat three (started), 8 laps: 1. Christian Bowman (1) 2. Devin Kline (4) 3. Dugan Thye (5) 4. Tyler Barrick (2) 5. Mitchell Alexander (3) 6. Collin Moyle (6) DNS – Wayne Kniffen

Budweiser King of Beers – Golden Eagle Distributors Shake-up Dash (started), 6 laps: 1. Paul Nienhiser (2) 2. Chris Martin (4) 3. Josh Schneiderman (3) 4. Kaley Gharst (1) 5. Christian Bowman (6) 6. Austin Miller (5)

Contingencies

Kreitz Oval Products: Blaine Jamison

Pyrotect: Tanner Gebhardt

Saldana Racing Products: Daniel Bergquist

 

 

Zach Blurton Triumphs in DCRP’s Jerry Soderberg Memorial Again with Dakota Sproul, Brian May, Troy Burkhart and Tathan Burkhart Reach Victory Lane as Well!

Lonnie Wheatley, DODGE CITY, Kan. (September 19, 2020) – Zach Blurton added a fourth Jerry Soderberg Memorial Championship win to his resume by topping Saturday night’s season-ending DCRP vs. URSS Sprint Car feature event atop the 3/8-mile Dodge City Raceway Park clay oval.

While Blurton scored his third consecutive win in the eighth rendition of the Soderberg Memorial Championship, Dakota Sproul and Tathan Burkhart put exclamation points on championship seasons with wins in the IMCA Modifieds and IMCA Hobby Stocks, respectively, with Brian May besting the IMCA Sport Modifieds and Troy Burkhart topping the IMCA Stock Cars.

In the 25-lap Hambelton Racing DCRP vs. United Rebel Sprint Series feature, fourth-starter Zach Blurton slid past Kyler Johnson on a lap three restart and led the rest of the way for his second DCRP win of the year and third consecutive win in the season-ender.

After an early red flag, Blurton weathered one more red flag seven laps shy of the checkered flag when Connor Atkinson flipped in turn two.

Blurton took off again on the restart and posted the win ahead of Johnson with Jeff Stasa, J.D. Johnson and Luke Cranston rounding out the top five while eighth-place finisher Taylor Velasquez secured his third track championship.

Dakota Sproul finished off his rookie campaign in the IMCA Modified ranks by racing to victory lane for the fifth time in seven tries to put the clamps on the season championship.

After starting ninth, Sproul wasted little time working his way into contention and then raced past Jesse Richter for the point on the fifth round. Sproul checked out over the remainder of the 19-lapper, racing to straightaway win ahead of Richter, Kale Beavers, Nick Link and Tracy Link.

On the heels of his first win during Labor Day Weekend action two weeks ago, Brian May struck again to take victory honors in the 19-lap IMCA Sport Modified feature.

May worked the top side to take the lead away from Bart Baker on the seventh round and then survived several side-by-side laps for the lead with Jeff Kaup to take the win. Kaup settled for second with Luke Stallbaumer, Kyle Wiens and Monty Nordyke rounding out the top five while Mike Appel used a tenth-place finish to seal the track championship.

Troy Burkhart wasted no time racing from third into the lead and paced the field throughout in the 19-lap IMCA Stock Car feature. Burkhart led the way to the stripe ahead of Gregg Schell with Chris Oliver securing the championship by filling out the podium in third.

Tathan Burkhart finished off the father-son act by winning the 19-lap IMCA Hobby Stock feature to secure the track title.

Burkart battled past Duane Wahrman prior to the midway point and led the rest of the way for his third DCRP win of the year ahead of Wahrman and Brett Copeland.

The DCRP season concludes with Sunday’s final round of action atop the 1/7-mile Little DCRP clay oval. The Micro Sprint and Kart card that offers free admission to the grandstands goes green at 4:00 p.m.

Dodge City Raceway Park – Eighth Annual Jerry Soderberg Memorial Championship

September 19, 2020 Results:

Hambelton Racing DCRP Sprint Cars:

Heat One (8 Laps): 1. 97-Brian Herbert, 2. 17x-Jake Martens, 3. 91-Jeff Stasa, 4. 9d-Lance Davis, 5. 74-Connor Atkinson, 6. 10-Jordan Knight, 7. 11k-Tyler Knight.

Heat Two (8 Laps): 1. 33-Koby Walters, 2. 72-Ray Seemann, 3. 45x-Kyler Johnson, 4. 49-Kris Moore, 5. 911-Ty Williams, 6. 74v-Howard Van Dyke, 7. 65-Kohl Ricke.

Heat Three (8 Laps): 1. 98-J.D. Johnson, 2. 11-Zach Blurton, 3. 49x-Luke Cranston, 4. 21x-Taylor Velasquez, 5. 50-Jed Werner, 6. 51r-Ross Essenberg, 7. 14-Brady Skrdlant.

“A” Main (25 Laps): 1. 11-Zach Blurton, 2. 45x-Kyler Johnson, 3. 91-Jeff Stasa, 4. 98-J.D. Johnson, 5. 49x-Luke Cranston, 6. 33-Koby Walters, 7. 10-Jordan Knight, 8. 21x-Taylor Velasquez, 9. 911-Ty Williams, 10. 50-Jed Werner, 11. 72-Ray Seemann, 12. 11k-Tyler Knight, 13. 9d-Lance Davis, 14. 49-Kris Moore, 15. 74v-Howard Van Dyke, 16. 17x-Jake Martens, 17. 97-Brian Herbert, 18. 74-Connor Atkinson, 19. 51r-Ross Essenberg, 20. 65-Kohl Ricke, 21. 14-Brady Skrdlant.

 

 

Foos breaks through for Fremont 410 win; Weaver gets 6th 305 victory; Valenti tames trucks
By Brian Liskai
FREMONT, Ohio - After a fantastic 2019 season that saw him claim a pair of championships, DJ Foos was struggling in 2020. But about a month ago he and the Burmeister Racing team started to gain momentum and it came to a head Saturday, Sept. 19 at Fremont Speedway as the Fremont, Ohio driver led all 30 laps to score his first win of the season on Pub 400 Night.
“Wrecks kept happening right in front of us and a million yellow flags and Cole (Macedo) is a gasser and I kept expecting a slider in one and two. I kept driving it in there harder and harder…I made so many mistakes there towards the end. There’s one thing I’ve learned this year…you can never take a win for granted. It feels so good to win,” said Foos in the Engine Pro Victory Lane.
“These guys on this team don’t give up. The Burmeisters have been doing this for 60 years and there’s a reason for it. I’m so grateful to be sitting in this car and race every weekend. Mikey, LJ, Rollie, Sharon, Justin….everyone does so much for us like Paul Kistler, Doug Berryman and all our great sponsors,” added Foos beside his Crown Battery,Vantage Branding, Kistler Engines, CR Juices, Berryman Shocks, Burmeister Trophy, The Jet Express, Minor Customs, Napa of Bryan, KS Sales & Service, Keizer Wheels, Dave Story Equipment #35.
Fremont, Ohio’s Paul Weaver is having one of the greatest seasons in his long history of racing and he added to his accomplishments Saturday in the Fremont Federal Credit Union 305 Sprints. Weaver jumped into the lead at the drop of the green of the 25-lap feature from his outside front row starting spot and never looked back, claiming his sixth win of the season at “The Track That Action Built.” Weaver now has 13 total victories in 2020 including seven wins at Attica Raceway Park. Saturday’s triumph was the 57th of his career at Fremont and puts him seventh on the track’s all-time win list.
“Things are just going our way when it comes to pill draws. You keep putting me on the front row and it makes it hard to lose. I want to thank Pam and Steve Brown, Russ Adkins, definitely Bob Hampshire and Dave Rice,” said Weaver of his B&B Drain Service, Hampshire Racing Engines, M&L Excavating, Seagate Sandblasting, Weaver Performance backed #1W.
In a caution filled – 10 yellow flags in 20 laps – Burmeister Trophy Dirt Truck feature, Fostoria, Ohio’s Shawn Valenti took charge on lap seven, survived numerous restarts and drove to his fourth win of the season. It was Valenti’s 59th career win at Fremont putting him fifth on the track’s all-time win list, only one win away from tying John Ivy and Mark Keegan for third.
“To be up there in wins with those guys is pretty amazing. I have to thank the Babocks. When we unloaded this thing we weren’t that good and actually had to have some parts brought in and change a leaf spring that went bad. A pretty amazing group of guys with John Brooks and Chris…they bust their butts on this thing too,” said Valenti of his Best Performance Motorsports; A Plus Auto Center; Craig Miller Trucking; KS Sales & Service; Gressman Powersports; Dave Story Equipment, Speedways Bar and Grill backed #7B.
Foos and Trey Jacobs brought the field to green for the 30-lap Fort Ball Pizza Palace 410 Sprint A-main with Foos gaining the advantage over Cole Macedo, Jacobs, Stuart Brubaker, RJ Jacobs, Dean Jacobs and TJ Michael. A caution on lap five kept the field close as Brubaker had moved into third.
Following back-to-back cautions on lap eight and nine, Foos got tremendous restarts and pulled away from Macedo who had his hands full with ninth starter Nate Dussel with Brubaker and Dean Jacobs battling for fourth.
Foos entered heavy lapped traffic at the half-way point and Macedo and Dussel closed with Dean Jacobs taking fourth. With 10 laps to go Foos made a fantastic move in lapped traffic and began to pull away until Josh Turner tipped over right in front of the entertaining battle for second involving Macedo, Dussel and Dean Jacobs.
After another caution on the ensuing restart, Foos pulled away again when the green reappeared but a caution with six laps remaining gave Macedo and Dussel another shot. Foos was too good when the green fell and he drove away to his 16th career victory at Fremont with Dussel taking second on the white flag lap. Macedo, Dean Jacobs and Brian Smith rounded out the top five.
Brandon Moore and Weaver paced the field for the 25 lap 305 A-main with Weaver taking the initial lead over Moore, Jamie Miller, Alvin Roepke, Kyle Capodice and Mike Keegan. A caution after two laps were scored slowed Weaver’s march to the checkers and when the green reappeared he drove away while Miller took second with Roepke taking third on lap five.
Weaver encountered heavy lapped traffic by lap eight but Miller could not close. A cation with 12 laps in put Miller and Roepke right on Weaver’s tail but the veteran again pulled away until another caution on lap 14.
When the green came back out Weaver built his lead once again as Miller and Roepke exchanged the runner-up spot lap after lap with Seth Schneider moving into fourth.
No one was going to catch Weaver as he drove to the win over Roepke, Miller, Schneider and Moore.
In the crash-filled dirt truck A-main, Cory McCaughey grabbed the lead at the drop of the green and maintained the top spot the first six circuits. Valenti used a restart to take the lead on lap seven and despite numerous cautions, would build big leads. A caution with three laps to go wiped out a nearly six second lead for Valenti.
Valenti would not be denied driving to the victory over McCaughey, Jamie Miller, Dana Fry and Kent Brewer.
It will be all sprint cars Saturday, Sept. 26 at Fremont Speedway as the FAST winged 410 sprints come to down along with the Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series (BOSS) non-wing sprint cars and the 305 sprints.
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FREMONT SPEEDWAY
Saturday, Sept. 19, 2020
Pub 400 Night
410 Sprints – Fort Ball Pizza Palace
Qualifying
1.1-Nate Dussel, 12.696; 2.27z-Zane Devault, 12.798; 3.16-DJ Foos, 12.983; 4.23-Cole Macedo, 13.004; 5.77I-John Ivy, 13.016; 6.35-Stuart Brubaker, 13.110; 7.2+-Brian Smith, 13.136; 8.83M-Broc Martin, 13.189; 9.9J-Dean Jacobs, 13.222; 10.2L-Landon Lalonde, 13.260; 11.8M-TJ Michael, 13.295; 12.18J-RJ Jacobs, 13.309; 13.3J-Trey Jacobs, 13.310; 14.22B-Ryan Broughton, 13.340; 15.14-Chad Wilson, 13.568; 16.7T-Troy Vaccaro, 13.598; 17.20-Danial Burkhart, 13.824; 18.4T-Josh Turner, 13.919; 19.88N-Frank Neil, 13.974; 20.21J-Jeffrey Neubert, 14.465; 21.23S-Russ Sansosti, 14.487;
Heat 1, Group A (8 Laps)
1. 2+-Brian Smith[2] ; 2. 35-Stuart Brubaker[3] ; 3. 77I-John Ivy[4] ; 4. 2L-Landon Lalonde[1] ; 5. 14-Chad Wilson[5] ; 6. 88N-Frank Neil[7] ; 7. 20-Danial Burkhart[6] ; 8. 21J-Jeffrey Neubert[8]
Heat 2, Group B (8 Laps)
1. 9J-Dean Jacobs[1] ; 2. 16-DJ Foos[3] ; 3. 3J-Trey Jacobs[5] ; 4. 83M-Broc Martin[2] ; 5. 7T-Troy Vaccaro[6] ; 6. 27z-Zane Devault[4]
Heat 3, Group C (8 Laps)
1. 18J-RJ Jacobs[1] ; 2. 8M-TJ Michael[2] ; 3. 23-Cole Macedo[3] ; 4. 1-Nate Dussel[4] ; 5. 22B-Ryan Broughton[5] ; 6. 4T-Josh Turner[6] ; 7. 23S-Russ Sansosti[7]
A-Main 1 (30 Laps)
1. 16-DJ Foos[1] ; 2. 1-Nate Dussel[9] ; 3. 23-Cole Macedo[4] ; 4. 9J-Dean Jacobs[7] ; 5. 2+-Brian Smith[5] ; 6. 35-Stuart Brubaker[3] ; 7. 18J-RJ Jacobs[6] ; 8. 8M-TJ Michael[8] ; 9. 3J-Trey Jacobs[2] ; 10. 27z-Zane Devault[17] ; 11. 77I-John Ivy[10] ; 12. 7T-Troy Vaccaro[14] ; 13. 14-Chad Wilson[13] ; 14. 23S-Russ Sansosti[20] ; 15. 20-Danial Burkhart[19] ; 16. 22B-Ryan Broughton[15] ; 17. 2L-Landon Lalonde[11] ; 18. 83M-Broc Martin[12] ; 19. 4T-Josh Turner[18] ; 20. 88N-Frank Neil[16] ; 21. 21J-Jeffrey Neubert[21]
Hard Charger: 1-Nate Dussel +7
305 Sprints - Fremont Federal Credit Union
Qualifying
1.12-Kyle Capodice, 13.811; 2.1H-Zeth Sabo, 13.902; 3.26-Jamie Miller, 13.909; 4.Z10-Brandon Moore, 13.932; 5.19R-Steve Rando, 13.945; 6.36-Seth Schneider, 13.947; 7.1W-Paul Weaver, 13.975; 8.X-Mike Keegan, 13.984; 9.21-Larry Kingseed JR, 13.999; 10.12F-Matt Foos, 14.043; 11.61-Tyler Shullick, 14.047; 12.47-Matt Lucius, 14.065; 13.21x-Dustin Stroup, 14.143; 14.99-Alvin Roepke, 14.166; 15.9-Logan Riehl, 14.185; 16.X15-Kasey Ziebold, 14.277; 17.3X-Brandon Riehl, 14.294; 18.5-Kody Brewer, 14.302; 19.3V-Chris Verda, 14.312; 20.51-Garrett Craine, 14.372; 21.3F-Wade Fraley, 14.634; 22.28-Tad Peck, 14.813; 23.75-Jerry Dahms, 14.852; 24.6-Jimmie Ward, 15.078; 25.77X-Jamin Kindred, 15.943; 26.11W-Shawn Wolford, 99.999;
Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)
1. X-Mike Keegan[1] ; 2. 36-Seth Schneider[2] ; 3. Z10-Brandon Moore[3] ; 4. 1H-Zeth Sabo[4] ; 5. 9-Logan Riehl[7] ; 6. 47-Matt Lucius[6] ; 7. 3V-Chris Verda[8] ; 8. 51-Garrett Craine[9] ; 9. 61-Tyler Shullick[5]
Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)
1. 12F-Matt Foos[1] ; 2. 19R-Steve Rando[3] ; 3. 21-Larry Kingseed JR[2] ; 4. 21x-Dustin Stroup[5] ; 5. 12-Kyle Capodice[4] ; 6. X15-Kasey Ziebold[6] ; 7. 75-Jerry Dahms[8] ; 8. 5-Kody Brewer[7] ; 9. 6-Jimmie Ward[9]
Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)
1. 26-Jamie Miller[4] ; 2. 1W-Paul Weaver[3] ; 3. 99-Alvin Roepke[2] ; 4. 3X-Brandon Riehl[1] ; 5. 28-Tad Peck[6] ; 6. 11W-Shawn Wolford[8] ; 7. 3F-Wade Fraley[5] ; 8. 77X-Jamin Kindred[7]
B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)
1. X15-Kasey Ziebold[2] ; 2. 3V-Chris Verda[4] ; 3. 61-Tyler Shullick[10] ; 4. 5-Kody Brewer[8] ; 5. 75-Jerry Dahms[5] ; 6. 47-Matt Lucius[1] ; 7. 51-Garrett Craine[7] ; 8. 6-Jimmie Ward[11] ; 9. 3F-Wade Fraley[6] ; 10. 11W-Shawn Wolford[3]
A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)
1. 1W-Paul Weaver[2] ; 2. 99-Alvin Roepke[3] ; 3. 26-Jamie Miller[4] ; 4. 36-Seth Schneider[8] ; 5. Z10-Brandon Moore[1] ; 6. 12-Kyle Capodice[5] ; 7. 1H-Zeth Sabo[11] ; 8. 19R-Steve Rando[10] ; 9. 12F-Matt Foos[9] ; 10. X-Mike Keegan[6] ; 11. 21x-Dustin Stroup[12] ; 12. 61-Tyler Shullick[18] ; 13. 3X-Brandon Riehl[13] ; 14. 9-Logan Riehl[14] ; 15. 75-Jerry Dahms[20] ; 16. X15-Kasey Ziebold[16] ; 17. 5-Kody Brewer[19] ; 18. 21-Larry Kingseed JR[7] ; 19. 28-Tad Peck[15] ; 20. 3V-Chris Verda[17]
Hard Charger: 61-Tyler Shullick +6
Dirt Trucks - Burmeister Trophy
Heat 1 (8 Laps)
1. 16-Jim Holcomb[1] ; 2. 1-John Brooks[3] ; 3. 4s-Keith Sorg[4] ; 4. 911-Cory McCaughey[7] ; 5. 14T-Cody Truman[6] ; 6. 26-Kyle Lagrou[9] ; 7. 67-Ben Clapp[2] ; 8. 55-DJ Mestrey[5] ; 9. 27-Calob Crispen[8]
Heat 2 (8 Laps)
1. 7B-Shawn Valenti[8] ; 2. 4M-Jamie Miller[9] ; 3. 5s-Bradley Stuckey[2] ; 4. 23m-Brad Mitten[4] ; 5. 1x-Patrick Pinkston[6] ; 6. 93B-Bryce Black[7] ; 7. 7H-JT Horn[3] ; 8. 54-Alex Stoudinger[1] ; 9. 6-George Dorsey[5]
Heat 3 (8 Laps)
1. 8KB-Kent Brewer[1] ; 2. 17x-Dustin Keegan[5] ; 3. 7X-Dana Frey[4] ; 4. 8S-Brandon Stuckey[7] ; 5. 78-Austin Black [8] ; 6. 51W-Thomas Anderson[6] ; 7. 77-Steven Pocock[2] ; 8. 20-Caleb Shearn[3]
B-Main 1 (8 Laps)
1. 26-Kyle Lagrou[1] ; 2. 6-George Dorsey[11] ; 3. 27-Calob Crispen[10] ; 4. 77-Steven Pocock[6] ; 5. 20-Caleb Shearn[9] ; 6. 93B-Bryce Black[2] ; 7. 51W-Thomas Anderson[3] ; 8. 67-Ben Clapp[4] ; 9. 55-DJ Mestrey[7] ; 10. 54-Alex Stoudinger[8] ; 11. 7H-JT Horn[5]
A-Main 1 (20 Laps)
1. 7B-Shawn Valenti[6] ; 2. 911-Cory Mccaughey[2] ; 3. 4M-Jamie Miller[9] ; 4. 7X-Dana Frey[8] ; 5. 8KB-Kent Brewer[4] ; 6. 16-Jim Holcomb[10] ; 7. 4s-Keith Sorg[5] ; 8. 8S-Brandon Stuckey[1] ; 9. 23m-Brad Mitten[12] ; 10. 51W-Thomas Anderson[21] ; 11. 1-John Brooks[3] ; 12. 20-Caleb Shearn[20] ; 13. 1x-Patrick Pinkston[14] ; 14. 93B-Bryce Black[19] ; 15. 5s-Bradley Stuckey[11] ; 16. 14T-Cody Truman[13] ; 17. 26-Kyle Lagrou[16] ; 18. 77-Steven Pocock[22] ; 19. 78-Austin Black [15] ; 20. 27-Calob Crispen[18] ; 21. 17x-Dustin Keegan[7] ; 22. 6-George Dorsey[17]
Hard Charger: 51W-Thomas Anderson +11


 

DJ NETTO EARNS SECOND OCEAN SPRINTS WIN OF 2020 ON FRI IN WATSONVILLE

WATSONVILLE, CALIF. (September 18, 2020) – 2019 King of the West champion DJ Netto drove to his second Ocean Sprints presented by Taco Bravo victory of the season on Friday, taking the 30-lap feature over a 22-car field in Watsonville, Calif. The victory makes Netto only the second repeat winner during the eight rounds at the Ocean Speedway.

Washington’s JJ Hickle led time trials before Netto won the dash to earn the pole position for the feature. Points leader Bud Kaeding of San Jose led the opening lap on the outside of Netto. Netto then cut underneath Kaeding into turn three on the following lap to lead lap two.

The leaders approached lapped traffic by just the seventh lap of the race. The first caution fell on lap nine when Chase Johnson of Penngrove slowed with a problem on the right rear of his machine. He failed to return to the event.

Hickle and Redding’s Chase Majdic battled for fourth position behind the lead trio of Netto, Kaeding, and Hanford’s Mitchell Faccinto. 2019 USAC West Coast 360 champion Tristan Guardino stopped from a potential top-ten finish for a caution on lap 15 in car #15. Redding’s Max Mittry had advanced from 16th starting position to eighth by that stage of the event.

Netto never faced much scrutiny over the second half of the feature, keeping a lapped car or two between himself and Kaeding the rest of the way. Netto topped Kaeding by 2.329 seconds at the stripe followed by Faccinto, Majdic, and Hickle. The Ocean Sprints return on October 17th for the 60th running of the Johnny Key Classic.

The prelude to next weekend’s Pettit Shootout attracted great racing across the IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Sport Mods, and Hobby Stocks.

In the IMCA Modifieds, Bobby Hogge IV of Salinas led the final 14 laps for the win. 2020 West Coast Stock Car Hall of Fame inductee Jim Pettit II led lap one around the outside of Tim Balding. The Prunedale drivers battled for the lead with Balding taking over on lap three.

Pettit fell backwards to third on the outside, then spun for a caution on lap five. While spinning in turn three, he was hit hard by Robert Marsh of Salinas. Pettit managed to continue but Marsh was out of the race. Hogge used the restart to sweep past Balding for the lead on lap seven. Hogge, Balding, Oakley’s Troy Fougler, 2019 track champion Cody Burke, and Austin Burke were the top-five finishers.

Watsonville’s Adriane Frost took sole possession of the IMCA Sport Mod points lead with her first win of 2020 in the 20-lap event. Max Baggett of Prunedale led the first two circuits before Jim DiGiovanni grabbed hold of the lead. Baggett fell to fourth while DiGiovanni paced Frost and Atwater’s Tanner Thomas in a close duel for the win.

Frost tried low but eventually went upstairs. She went outside DiGiovanni on the backstretch and cleared him to lead lap 16. Frost then led the leaders through lapped traffic for the win. Thomas finished second followed by DiGiovanni, Santa Maria’s Markus Frazier, and Kelly Campanile of San Ramon.

Rob Gallaher of San Jose won his first Hobby Stock feature of the year by leading all 20-laps. The win was anything but easy, however. After a caution involving Ken Winland of Santa Clara, things tightened up at the front. Gallaher anchored a race long, two-by-two battle, which included points leader Joe Gallaher, Watsonville’s Jerry Skelton, and second in points Steve Remde - also of Watsonville.

The foursome finally spread out within the final five laps of the contest, with Rob Gallaher topping Skelton, Joe Gallaher, Remde, and Sam Kennedy at the finish.

Ryan McClelland of Scotts Valley went for four in the Four Banger division, as the points leader drove from the rear of the field to win his fourth feature of the year. McClelland started tenth in the 15 lapper while outside pole sitter Nate Hart of Aptos led the way early. 2019 Police-In-Pursuit champion Roy Iller battled with Hart, including a moment when Iller t-boned Hart in turn four. Hart saved it and kept the lead.

McClelland looked inside Hart to take the lead on the backstretch on lap ten. Hart, Iller, Tony Gullo, and 2019 champion Nicole Beardsley followed McClelland at the finish.

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Mario Clouser Maneuvers to Night One Victory at the
10th Annual Hockett/McMillin Memorial

Wheatland, MO. (09/17/2020) Kicking off one of the largest open-wheel spectacles of the season for the POWRi Lucas Oil Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League, night one of three for the 10th Annual Jesse Hockett Daniel McMillin Memorial would see 64 competitors file into Lucas Oil Speedway with hopes of glory and side-by-side racing on the mind. After a multitude of early racing action accomplishments that would help to set the feature lineup, outstanding on-track action would witness Mario Clouser reign supreme by leading wire-to-wire and winning the night while setting themselves up nicely for the remaining weekend of racing.

With a near record-setting number of entrants seven heat races were required with Garrett Aitken, Noah Gass, Mario Clouser, Steve Thomas, Trey Gropp, Wyatt Burks, and Anthony Nicholson all claiming the early victories. As the top forty in passing points from the heat races would move into four qualifiers; Kory Schudy, Garrett Aitken, Anthony Nicholson, and Brian Beebe would each win their qualifiers. The top sixteen in passing points would lock-in to the feature event with the remaining field falling into three semi-feature events. B-Feature action would we won by RJ Johnson, Landon Simon, and Riley Kreisel with the top-two finishers from each advancing on into the twenty-five-lap main event for Night One of the 10th Annual Jesse Hockett Daniel McMillin Memorial.

The "Diamond if the Dirt Tracks" would be in fine form as twenty-three POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprint League competitors would pace the circuit for twenty-five revolutions with Garrett Aitken and Mario Clouser pacing the field on the initial green-flag launch. Battling into the first corners, #6 Mario Clouser would edge out #32 Garrett Aitken to the preferred running line. Emerging the leader off the exit of turn two on the opening lap, Clouser would take the point and never relinquish the top spot en route to earning the feature victory.

Phenomenal on-track action would follow the leader Clouser, as #37 Brian Beebe and #24lcr Chris Morgan would fly through the field and into the podium placements. Beebe and Morgan would both advance ten positions throughout the racing with Beebe edging out Morgan in the closing laps to place second leaving Morgan to third.

In the hunt upfront all feature #31 Joe B. Miller would find speed throughout the night placing in a solid fourth as #11w Wyatt Burks rounded out the top five finishers for the feature event on Night One of the JHDMM.

Hinchman Racewear Top Hot-Lap Time: #6 Mario Clouser - 14.711 second lap time.
Schure Built Suspensions Heat Race 1 Winner: #32 Garrett Aitken
Auto Meter Heat Race 2 Winner: #20G Noah Gass
KSE Racing Products Heat Race 3 Winner: #6 Mario Clouser
Advanced Racing Suspensions Heat Race 4 Winner: #27 Steve Thomas
Schoenfeld Headers Heat Race 5 Winner: #54 Trey Gropp
AFCO Heat Race 6 Winner: #11w Wyatt Burks
Diversified Machine Inc. Heat Race 7 Winner: #16 Anthony Nicholson
Bell Racing Helmets Qualifier Winners: #28 Kory Schudy, #32 Garrett Aitken, #16 Anthony Nicholson, #37 Brian Beebe
Mesilla Valley Transportation Semi-Feature Winners: #77M RJ Johnson, #24 Landon Simon, #91 Riley Kreisel
TRD High Point Qualifier: #32 Garrett Aitken
Racing Electronics Hard Charger: #37 Brian Beebe +10 (12th to 2nd)
Lucas Oil Feature Winner: #6 Mario Clouser

Feature Results from Lucas Oil Speedway with the POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprint League: (25 Laps) 1. 1. 6 - Mario Clouser 2. 37 - Brian Beebe 3. 24lrc - Chris Morgan 4. 31 - Joe B Miller 5. 11w - Wyatt Burks 6. 33m - Matthew Westfall 7. 16 - Anthony Nicholson 8. 32 - Garrett Aitken 9. 91 - Riley Kreisel 10. 311 - Quinton Benson 11. 24x - Casey Shuman 12. 74 - Xavier Doney 13. 5d - Zach Daum 14. 77k - Katlynn Leer 15. 8d - Terry Babb 16. 77m - RJ Johnson 17. 24 - Landon Simon 18. 28 - Kory Schudy 19. 77 - Jack Wagner 20. 73 - Sam Wagner 21. 20g - Noah Gass 22. 89 - Todd McVay 23. 9w - Justin Zimmerman - DQ

Next up for the POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprint League will be day two of the three-day event at Lucas Oil Speedway for the annual running of the Jesse Hockett/ Daniel McMillin Memorial on Friday, September 18th.

Follow along for more information such as race recaps, updates, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, or on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing or on Facebook at POWRi. POWRi League rules, contingencies, forms, and payouts can be found under the info tab at the top of the POWRi website.

 

 

Patriot Sprint Tour Quick Results 9/18/2020      PennCan Speedway PA

A Main 2: 1) 7ny: MATT FARNHAM (1) 2) 00- Danny Varin 3) 14B- Brett Wright 4) 49- Scott Kreutter 5) 10LC- Kelly Hebing 6) 35- Jared Zimbardi 7) 55- Dallas Schott 8) 10- Paulie Colagiovanni 9) 22- Jonathan Preston 10) 3- Denny Peebles 11) 79- Jordan Thomas 12) 35s- Jason Shultz 13) 32- Kyle Smith 14) 28f- Davie Franek 15) 11- Ryan Stillwaggon 16) 98- Joe Trenca 17) 36- John Trenca 18) 22J- Jacob Joliet 19) 2- Dave Axton 20) 29- Dalton Herrick 21) 25- Geoff Quackenbush 22) 23- Tyler Cariter 23) 21- Kyle Phillips

Heats

Heat 1: 1) 10LC: Kelly Hebing 2) 35- Jared Zimbardi 3) 49- Scott Kreutter 4) 23- Tyler Cartier 5) 22- Jonathan Preston 6) 10- Paulie Colagiovanni 7) 11- Ryan Stillwaggon 8) 56- Billy VanInwegen 9) 61- Parker Evans

Heat 2: 1) 7ny- Matt Farnham 2) 14B-Brett Wright 3) 98- Joe Trenca 4) 28f- Davie Franek 5) 22J- Jacob Joliet 6) 32- Kyle Smith 7) 29- Dalton Herrick 8) 2- Dave Axton 9) 36b- Brian Preston

Heat 3: 1) 00- Danny Varin 2) 36- John Trenca 3) 79- Jordan Thomas 4) 3- Denny Peebles 5) 55- Dallas Schott 6) 25- Geoff Quackenbush 7) 35s- Jason Shultz 8) 21- Kyle Phillips

Dash Finish: 1) 3- Denny Peebles 2) 22- Jonathan Preston 3) 79- Jordan Thomas 4) 98- Joe Trenca 5) 55- Dallas Schott 6) 23- Tyler Cartier

B Main: 1) 29- Dalton Herrick 2) 11- Ryan Stillwagon 3) 21- Kyle Phillips 4) 35s- Jason Shultz 5) 61- Parker Evans 6) 56- Billy VanInwegen 7) 2- Dave Axton 8) 25- Geoff Quackenbush

From 8/28/2020 (A Main made up on 8/18/20)

A Main: 1) 28F- DAVIE FRANEK (1) 2) 3- Denny Peebles 3) 56- Billy VanInwegen 4) 7ny- Matt Farnham 5) 10- Paulie Colagiovanni 6) 110 Ryan Stillwaggon 7) 22- Jonathan Preston 8) 49- Scott Kreutter 9) 61- Parker Evans 10) 35- Jared Zimbardi 11) 79- Jordan Thomas 12) 10LC- Kelly Hebing 13) 55- Dallas Schott 14) 14B- Brett Wright 15) 98- Joe Trenca 16) 29- Dalton Herrick 17) 25- Geoff Quackenbush 18) 36B- Brian Preston 19) 2- Dave Axton

Heat 1: 1) 28F Davie Franek 2) 55- Dallas Schott 3) 79-Jordan Thomas 4) 29- Dalton Herrick 5) 25- Geoff Quackenbush 6) 10LC- Kelly Hebing 7) 35- Jared Zimbardi 8) 46- Ryan Conium 9) 54- Joey Amantea 10) 36B- Brian Preston

Heat 2: 1) 2- Dave Axton 2) 3- Denny Peebles 3) 56- Billy VanInwegen 4) 10- Paulie Colagiovanni 5) 36- John Trenca 6) 49- Scott Kreutter 7) 10K-Joe Kata 8) 23- Tyler Cartier 9) 16- Charles Weslowski

Heat 3: 1) 45- Chuck Hebing (67) 2) 7NY- Matt Farnham 3) 11- Ryan Stillwagon 4) 14B-Brett Wright 5) 21- Kyle Phillips 6) 22- Jonathan Preston 7) 61- Parker Evans 8) 98- Joe Trenca 9) 121- Steve Glover


 

Mario Clouser Maneuvers to Night One Victory at the
10th Annual Hockett/McMillin Memorial

Wheatland, MO. (09/17/2020) Kicking off one of the largest open-wheel spectacles of the season for the POWRi Lucas Oil Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League, night one of three for the 10th Annual Jesse Hockett Daniel McMillin Memorial would see 64 competitors file into Lucas Oil Speedway with hopes of glory and side-by-side racing on the mind. After a multitude of early racing action accomplishments that would help to set the feature lineup, outstanding on-track action would witness Mario Clouser reign supreme by leading wire-to-wire and winning the night while setting themselves up nicely for the remaining weekend of racing.

With a near record-setting number of entrants seven heat races were required with Garrett Aitken, Noah Gass, Mario Clouser, Steve Thomas, Trey Gropp, Wyatt Burks, and Anthony Nicholson all claiming the early victories. As the top forty in passing points from the heat races would move into four qualifiers; Kory Schudy, Garrett Aitken, Anthony Nicholson, and Brian Beebe would each win their qualifiers. The top sixteen in passing points would lock-in to the feature event with the remaining field falling into three semi-feature events. B-Feature action would we won by RJ Johnson, Landon Simon, and Riley Kreisel with the top-two finishers from each advancing on into the twenty-five-lap main event for Night One of the 10th Annual Jesse Hockett Daniel McMillin Memorial.

The "Diamond if the Dirt Tracks" would be in fine form as twenty-three POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprint League competitors would pace the circuit for twenty-five revolutions with Garrett Aitken and Mario Clouser pacing the field on the initial green-flag launch. Battling into the first corners, #6 Mario Clouser would edge out #32 Garrett Aitken to the preferred running line. Emerging the leader off the exit of turn two on the opening lap, Clouser would take the point and never relinquish the top spot en route to earning the feature victory.

Phenomenal on-track action would follow the leader Clouser, as #37 Brian Beebe and #24lcr Chris Morgan would fly through the field and into the podium placements. Beebe and Morgan would both advance ten positions throughout the racing with Beebe edging out Morgan in the closing laps to place second leaving Morgan to third.

In the hunt upfront all feature #31 Joe B. Miller would find speed throughout the night placing in a solid fourth as #11w Wyatt Burks rounded out the top five finishers for the feature event on Night One of the JHDMM.

Hinchman Racewear Top Hot-Lap Time: #6 Mario Clouser - 14.711 second lap time.
Schure Built Suspensions Heat Race 1 Winner: #32 Garrett Aitken
Auto Meter Heat Race 2 Winner: #20G Noah Gass
KSE Racing Products Heat Race 3 Winner: #6 Mario Clouser
Advanced Racing Suspensions Heat Race 4 Winner: #27 Steve Thomas
Schoenfeld Headers Heat Race 5 Winner: #54 Trey Gropp
AFCO Heat Race 6 Winner: #11w Wyatt Burks
Diversified Machine Inc. Heat Race 7 Winner: #16 Anthony Nicholson
Bell Racing Helmets Qualifier Winners: #28 Kory Schudy, #32 Garrett Aitken, #16 Anthony Nicholson, #37 Brian Beebe
Mesilla Valley Transportation Semi-Feature Winners: #77M RJ Johnson, #24 Landon Simon, #91 Riley Kreisel
TRD High Point Qualifier: #32 Garrett Aitken
Racing Electronics Hard Charger: #37 Brian Beebe +10 (12th to 2nd)
Lucas Oil Feature Winner: #6 Mario Clouser

Feature Results from Lucas Oil Speedway with the POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprint League: (25 Laps) 1. 1. 6 - Mario Clouser 2. 37 - Brian Beebe 3. 24lrc - Chris Morgan 4. 31 - Joe B Miller 5. 11w - Wyatt Burks 6. 33m - Matthew Westfall 7. 16 - Anthony Nicholson 8. 32 - Garrett Aitken 9. 91 - Riley Kreisel 10. 311 - Quinton Benson 11. 24x - Casey Shuman 12. 74 - Xavier Doney 13. 5d - Zach Daum 14. 77k - Katlynn Leer 15. 8d - Terry Babb 16. 77m - RJ Johnson 17. 24 - Landon Simon 18. 28 - Kory Schudy 19. 77 - Jack Wagner 20. 73 - Sam Wagner 21. 20g - Noah Gass 22. 89 - Todd McVay 23. 9w - Justin Zimmerman - DQ

Next up for the POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprint League will be day two of the three-day event at Lucas Oil Speedway for the annual running of the Jesse Hockett/ Daniel McMillin Memorial on Friday, September 18th.

Follow along for more information such as race recaps, updates, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, or on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing or on Facebook at POWRi. POWRi League rules, contingencies, forms, and payouts can be found under the info tab at the top of the POWRi website.

 

 

Smith, Clouser earn opening-night Hockett-McMillin Memorial victories at Lucas Oil Speedway
 


WHEATLAND, MO. (Sept. 18, 2020) - Mark Smith and Mario Clouser landed opening-round victories Thursday night at the 10th annual Jesse Hockett-Daniel McMillin Memorial.

Smith held on in a frantic finish to earn the Lucas Oil ASCS Winged Sprint car feature win while Clouser led all the way for the POWRi Lucas Oil WAR wingless victory.

A total of 141 cars - 77 ASCS Winged and 64 POWRi WAR wingless sprints - checked into the pits for Night 1 of the three-night event honoring sprint-car champion Hockett, who died in a shop accident in 2010, and his cousin and crew chief Daniel McMillin, who died in an auto accident in 2006.

Round two is set for Friday night, with drivers collecting points to help set the field for Saturday's finale.

Smith, runner-up in the big finale of last year’s Hockett-McMillin Memorial, served notice that he will be a contender for the $10,000 final-night prize. The Sudbury, Pennsylvania driver picked up $3,000 on Thursday.

Starting the feature in fifth, Smith grabbed the lead on lap nine and cleverly worked through lapped traffic to open a two-second lead. But he had to hold off a charge from eighth-starting Mallett, who gradually cut into the gap and made it a dramatic finish.

But Smith was able to hang on by .342 seconds - or about two car lengths - to claim his 18th feature win of 2020.

“I saw somebody’s tire down there,” Smith said of the last lap challenge from Mallett. “But there ain’t much you can do on this type of race track unless you take somebody out and Jordon is a pretty good driver and he wouldn’t do something like that.

“It’s a pretty good haul to get out here. I’ve been hanging out in Mississippi to just hit this race this week. Hopefully we can keep this roll going. It’s really been great. Any time you win it’s good. There’s a lot of luck involved. We’re just lucky to have the opportunities that we do.”

Mallett said he thought he had a superior car over the final laps, but said the slick conditions made it difficult to get around the leader.

“We were definitely better at the end, but when it gets rubbered down it gets pretty narrow and tough to pass,” Mallett said. “We were good. I can’t thank everybody enough, all these people who make this deal happen.

“We’ll come back and try to be one spot better. I’m pretty disappointed with second, but you can’t hang you (head) when there’s (77) cars in the pits.”

Scott Borgucki finished third with ASCS points leader Sam Hafertepe fourth and Dylan Westbrook winding up fifth.

Clouser takes WAR feature: Mario Clouser of Chatham, Illinois, led all 25 laps to capture the opener of the POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprints of the Hockett-McMillin Memorial. He picked up $1,500 and valuable points toward Saturday's action.

“It’s great to start off the weekend with a win, for sure,” Clouser said. “Knowing you’re coming back for two more nights, we get to take everything we learned tonight and hopefully transfer it to the rest of the weekend.”

Clouser had a 2.6-second lead over Brian Beebe when a caution flew on lap 19. Fifth-place Justin Zimmerman spun on the backstretch, after contact with another car, to bring out the second caution of the event.

Until that point, Clouser had parlayed his front-row starting position into a dominating run as he led every lap. Beebe, meanwhile, had moved from 12th at the start and into the top three by lap six and he passed Joe B. Miller on lap 16 to take over the runner-up position.

On the restart, both Beebe and Miller tested Clouser making it three-wide briefly. But Clouser was able to hold onto the lead and pull away, winning by 2.5 seconds at the finish over Beebe, of Oak Grove, Missouri.

Chris Morgan finished third with Miller fourth and Wyatt Burks fifth. WAR points leader Riley Kreisel wound up ninth.

Clouser said navigating the slick track condition was key.

“It was clear it was going to be slick, from the start, so I knew I had to be patient,” Clouser said. “I kind of thought there might be something on the top there early, but I didn’t want to move up there and just give away the bottom.

“With the restart with five to go, it looked like it was starting to take rubber there in three and four, but again I didn’t want to give up a line that had been working. After a lap of those cars showing me their nose we were able to move down and kind of pull away a little bit.”

Lucas Oil Speedway results (Sept. 17, 2020)
10th annual Jesse Hockett/Daniel McMillin Memorial
Lucas Oil ASCS Winged Sprints
A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 1M-Mark Smith[5]; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[8]; 3. 28-Scott Bogucki[1]; 4. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[11]; 5. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[3]; 6. 28C-Jonathan Cornell[4]; 7. 9JR-Derek Hagar[17]; 8. 11-Roger Crockett[7]; 9. 23-Seth Bergman[13]; 10. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[2]; 11. 91T-Tyler Thomas[10]; 12. 94-Jeff Swindell[6]; 13. 3M-Howard Moore[18]; 14. 88X-Shane Stewart[16]; 15. 47-Dale Howard[9]; 16. 7C-Justyn Cox[21]; 17. 21-Miles Paulus[20]; 18. 17W-Harli White[12]; 19. 24D-Danny Sams III[15]; 20. 52-Blake Hahn[14]; 21. 55B-Brandon Anderson[19]; 22. 9-Chase Randall[24]; 23. 11A-Austin O'Neal[25]; 24. 22-Riley Goodno[22]; 25. 95-Matt Covington[23]
B Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 2. 9JR-Derek Hagar[12]; 3. 1X-Tim Crawley[3]; 4. 51B-Joe B Miller[2]; 5. 2-Brad Bowden[5]; 6. 14E-Kyle Bellm[6]; 7. 13-Chase Howard[10]; 8. 9M-Cody Baker[13]; 9. 4-Evan Martin[8]; 10. 17B-Ryan Bickett[7]; 11. 10L-Landon Britt[14]; 12. 87-Jason Barney[11]; 13. 95-Matt Covington[17]; 14. 45-Chuck Hebing[15]; 15. 97-Scotty Milan[18]; 16. 75B-Brian Boswell[21]; 17. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[16]; 18. 86-Timothy Smith[20]; 19. 24-Garet Williamson[4]; 20. 29-Emilio Hoover[9]; 21. 28V-Luke Verardi[19]
B Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 3M-Howard Moore[1]; 2. 21-Miles Paulus[3]; 3. 16A-Justin Sanders[7]; 4. 84-Brandon Hanks[5]; 5. 22S-Slater Helt[8]; 6. 23G-Steven Shebester[6]; 7. 57B-Bobby Butler[14]; 8. 90X-Matt Tanner[11]; 9. 76-Jay Russell[13]; 10. 77X-Alex Hill[16]; 11. 5T-Ryan Timms[12]; 12. 3Z-Zach Davis[19]; 13. 26-Marshall Skinner[9]; 14. 15-Jase Randolph[15]; 15. 21P-Robbie Price[4]; 16. 9-Chase Randall[2]; 17. 75-Tyler Blank[10]; 18. 7B-Ben Brown[17]; 19. 121-Steve Glover[20]; 20. 5-Kory Bales[18]
B Feature 3 (15 Laps): 1. 8-Devon Borden[2]; 2. 7C-Justyn Cox[1]; 3. 1-Sean McClelland[4]; 4. 22-Riley Goodno[5]; 5. 5D-Zach Daum[7]; 6. 46-Ryan Coniam[6]; 7. 18T-Tanner Holmes[19]; 8. 19-Colby Thornhill[16]; 9. 11A-Austin O'Neal[20]; 10. 31-Casey Wills[12]; 11. 0-Corey Nelson[3]; 12. 57-Billy Butler[10]; 13. 20G-Jake Greider[9]; 14. 3P-Rusty Potter[13]; 15. 95X-Asa Swindell[17]; 16. 22L-Connor Leoffler[8]; 17. 88-Travis Reber[11]; 18. 30-Joseph Miller[15]; 19. 37H-Matthew Howard[18]; 20. 21R-Gunner Ramey[14]
Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 7C-Justyn Cox[2]; 2. 47-Dale Howard[4]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 4. 88-Travis Reber[7]; 5. 1X-Tim Crawley[5]; 6. 5T-Ryan Timms[3]; 7. 22-Riley Goodno[10]; 8. 14E-Kyle Bellm[9]; 9. 37H-Matthew Howard[6]; 10. 18T-Tanner Holmes[8]
Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 1-Sean McClelland[1]; 2. 24D-Danny Sams III[6]; 3. 88X-Shane Stewart[4]; 4. 9-Chase Randall[3]; 5. 14-Jordon Mallett[9]; 6. 75-Tyler Blank[7]; 7. 20G-Jake Greider[2]; 8. 26-Marshall Skinner[10]; 9. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[5]; 10. 86-Timothy Smith[8]
Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 57-Billy Butler[1]; 2. 3M-Howard Moore[4]; 3. 2-Brad Bowden[3]; 4. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[7]; 5. 1M-Mark Smith[9]; 6. 21R-Gunner Ramey[5]; 7. 95-Matt Covington[2]; 8. 9M-Cody Baker[10]; 9. 77X-Alex Hill[8]; 10. 75B-Brian Boswell[6]
Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 28-Scott Bogucki[9]; 2. 22S-Slater Helt[1]; 3. 0-Corey Nelson[2]; 4. 15-Jase Randolph[3]; 5. 13-Chase Howard[4]; 6. 57B-Bobby Butler[5]; 7. 84-Brandon Hanks[10]; 8. 87-Jason Barney[6]; 9. 90X-Matt Tanner[7]; 10. 121-Steve Glover[8]
Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[2]; 2. 94-Jeff Swindell[4]; 3. 17W-Harli White[6]; 4. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[10]; 5. 21-Miles Paulus[5]; 6. 16A-Justin Sanders[9]; 7. 7B-Ben Brown[3]; 8. 45-Chuck Hebing[1]; 9. 22L-Connor Leoffler[8]; 10. 11A-Austin O'Neal[7]
Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 24-Garet Williamson[2]; 2. 91T-Tyler Thomas[4]; 3. 23G-Steven Shebester[3]; 4. 9JR-Derek Hagar[7]; 5. 4-Evan Martin[9]; 6. 30-Joseph Miller[1]; 7. 10L-Landon Britt[6]; 8. 19-Colby Thornhill[8]; 9. 97-Scotty Milan[5]
Heat 7 (8 Laps): 1. 28C-Jonathan Cornell[2]; 2. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[7]; 3. 17B-Ryan Bickett[1]; 4. 11-Roger Crockett[8]; 5. 76-Jay Russell[4]; 6. 51B-Joe B Miller[9]; 7. 5-Kory Bales[3]; 8. 31-Casey Wills[6]; 9. 28V-Luke Verardi[5]
Heat 8 (8 Laps): 1. 46-Ryan Coniam[2]; 2. 21P-Robbie Price[1]; 3. 8-Devon Borden[5]; 4. 52-Blake Hahn[7]; 5. 29-Emilio Hoover[6]; 6. 5D-Zach Daum[8]; 7. 3P-Rusty Potter[3]; 8. 95X-Asa Swindell[9]; 9. 3Z-Zach Davis[4]
Qualifier 1 (8 Laps): 1. 51B-Joe B Miller[1]; 2. 28C-Jonathan Cornell[5]; 3. 28-Scott Bogucki[6]; 4. 2-Brad Bowden[2]; 5. 22L-Connor Leoffler[10]; 6. 1-Sean McClelland[4]; 7. 13-Chase Howard[7]; 8. 3P-Rusty Potter[9]; 9. 30-Joseph Miller[8]; 10. 9JR-Derek Hagar[3]
Qualifier 2 (8 Laps): 1. 9-Chase Randall[1]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 3. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[6]; 4. 14E-Kyle Bellm[8]; 5. 23G-Steven Shebester[2]; 6. 90X-Matt Tanner[10]; 7. 75-Tyler Blank[7]; 8. 46-Ryan Coniam[5]; 9. 19-Colby Thornhill[9]; 10. 57-Billy Butler[4]
Qualifier 3 (8 Laps): 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[3]; 2. 11-Roger Crockett[4]; 3. 47-Dale Howard[5]; 4. 84-Brandon Hanks[2]; 5. 24D-Danny Sams III[6]; 6. 20G-Jake Greider[9]; 7. 9M-Cody Baker[10]; 8. 10L-Landon Britt[8]; 9. 76-Jay Russell[7]; 10. 15-Jase Randolph[1
Qualifier 4 (8 Laps): 1. 1M-Mark Smith[4]; 2. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[6]; 3. 0-Corey Nelson[2]; 4. 3M-Howard Moore[5]; 5. 5D-Zach Daum[7]; 6. 29-Emilio Hoover[1]; 7. 4-Evan Martin[3]; 8. 45-Chuck Hebing[10]; 9. 95-Matt Covington[9]; 10. 95X-Asa Swindell[8]
Qualifier 5 (8 Laps): 1. 55B-Brandon Anderson[2]; 2. 94-Jeff Swindell[5]; 3. 22-Riley Goodno[1]; 4. 8-Devon Borden[4]; 5. 7C-Justyn Cox[6]; 6. 87-Jason Barney[9]; 7. 22S-Slater Helt[3]; 8. 57B-Bobby Butler[8]; 9. 21R-Gunner Ramey[7]; 10. 37H-Matthew Howard[10]
Qualifier 6 (8 Laps): 1. 1X-Tim Crawley[1]; 2. 88X-Shane Stewart[3]; 3. 91T-Tyler Thomas[5]; 4. 23-Seth Bergman[6]; 5. 17B-Ryan Bickett[2]; 6. 26-Marshall Skinner[7]; 7. 31-Casey Wills[9]; 8. 21K-Kevin Hinkle[10]; 9. 7B-Ben Brown[8]; 10. 88-Travis Reber[4]
Qualifier 7 (8 Laps): 1. 21-Miles Paulus[1]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[4]; 3. 17W-Harli White[5]; 4. 21P-Robbie Price[3]; 5. 16A-Justin Sanders[2]; 6. 24-Garet Williamson[6]; 7. 5T-Ryan Timms[7]; 8. 77X-Alex Hill[9]; 9. 97-Scotty Milan[8]; 10. 5-Kory Bales[10]
Last Chance Qualifier (12 Laps): 1. 9JR-Derek Hagar[6]; 2. 3M-Howard Moore[2]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson[1]; 4. 21-Miles Paulus[5]; 5. 7C-Justyn Cox[4]; 6. 22-Riley Goodno[12]; 7. 51B-Joe B Miller[10]; 8. 16A-Justin Sanders[8]; 9. 8-Devon Borden[3]; 10. 2-Brad Bowden[11]; 11. 84-Brandon Hanks[9]; 12. 5D-Zach Daum[14]; 13. 22S-Slater Helt[13]; 14. 1X-Tim Crawley[7]; 15. 1-Sean McClelland[15]

POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprints
Lucas Oil A Feature 1: 1. 6-Mario Clouser[2]; 2. 37-Brian Beebe[12]; 3. 24LRC-Chris Morgan[13]; 4. 31-Joe B Miller[3]; 5. 11W-Wyatt Burks[7]; 6. 33M-Matt Westfall[10]; 7. 16-Anthony Nicholson[8]; 8. 32-Garrett Aitken[1]; 9. 91-Riley Kreisel[19]; 10. 311-Quinton Benson[5]; 11. 24X-Casey Shuman[9]; 12. 74-Xavier Doney[15]; 13. 5D-Zach Daum[16]; 14. 77K-Katlynn Leer[6]; 15. 8D-Terry Babb[22]; 16. 77M-RJ Johnson[17]; 17. 24-Landon Simon[18]; 18. 28-Kory Schudy[11]; 19. 77-Jack Wagner[23]; 20. 73-Samuel Wagner[14]; 21. 20G-Noah Gass[4]; 22. 89-Todd McVay[21]; 23. (DQ) 9W-Justin Zimmerman[20]
Mesilla Valley Transport B Feature 1: 1. 77M-RJ Johnson[1]; 2. 9W-Justin Zimmerman[2]; 3. 73V-Blake Vermillion[4]; 4. 15-Jeremy Jonas[7]; 5. 11X-Tom Curran[3]; 6. 26B-Nick Rasa[8]; 7. 1-Paul White[9]; 8. 12-Wesley Smith[14]; 9. 57-Chase Parson[5]; 10. 93-Taylor Walton[6]; 11. 48-Nathan Moore[10]; 12. 97-Kevin Cummings[16]; 13. 2-Jason Billups[13]; 14. 90W-Dan Wohnoutka[15]; 15. 96-Taylor Peterson[12]; 16. (DNS) 7JR-JD Black
Mesilla Valley Transport B Feature 2: 1. 24-Landon Simon[3]; 2. 41-Brad Wyatt[8]; 3. 89-Todd McVay[4]; 4. 2C-Zach Clark[5]; 5. 54-Trey Gropp[1]; 6. 90-Patrick Budde[2]; 7. 22S-Slater Helt[10]; 8. 2K-Kyle Lewis[11]; 9. 00-Jaden Brown[13]; 10. 18-Terry Richards[7]; 11. 118-Scott Evans[16]; 12. 66M-Max Grogan[15]; 13. 6X-Frank Rogers[9]; 14. 44-Jason Howell[6]; 15. (DNS) 82-Christie Thomason; 16. (DNS) 5-Jesse Vermillion
Mesilla Valley Transport B Feature 3: 1. 91-Riley Kreisel[1]; 2. 8D-Terry Babb[2]; 3. 27-Steve Thomas[3]; 4. 42-Warren Johnson[5]; 5. 5C-Colten Cottle[13]; 6. 52-JD Fry[9]; 7. 77-Jack Wagner[6]; 8. 90X-Mitchell Moore[14]; 9. 2H-Luke Howard[15]; 10. 21C-Chris Desselle[12]; 11. 7S-Wade Seiler[4]; 12. 69-Zach Sanders[8]; 13. 31C-Justyn Cox[10]; 14. 67-Jonathan Hughes[11]; 15. ST1-Lane Stone[7]; 16. (DNS) 39-Kimberly Tyre
Schure Built Suspensions Heat 1: 1. 32-Garrett Aitken[5]; 2. 311-Quinton Benson[7]; 3. 73-Samuel Wagner[3]; 4. 90-Patrick Budde[9]; 5. 93-Taylor Walton[4]; 6. ST1-Lane Stone[8]; 7. 31C-Justyn Cox[6]; 8. 52-JD Fry[10]; 9. 97-Kevin Cummings[2]; 10. 118-Scott Evans[1]
Auto Meter Heat 2: 1. 20G-Noah Gass[5]; 2. 31-Joe B Miller[6]; 3. 73V-Blake Vermillion[2]; 4. 57-Chase Parson[3]; 5. 9W-Justin Zimmerman[8]; 6. 6X-Frank Rogers[4]; 7. 82-Christie Thomason[1]; 8. 7JR-JD Black[9]; 9. 90X-Mitchell Moore[7]
KSE Racing Products Heat 3: 1. 6-Mario Clouser[4]; 2. 77M-RJ Johnson[2]; 3. 5D-Zach Daum[6]; 4. 28-Kory Schudy[7]; 5. 18-Terry Richards[1]; 6. 7S-Wade Seiler[9]; 7. 2K-Kyle Lewis[5]; 8. 96-Taylor Peterson[8]; 9. 66M-Max Grogan[3]
Advanced Racing Suspensions Heat 4: 1. 27-Steve Thomas[1]; 2. 24X-Casey Shuman[4]; 3. 24-Landon Simon[7]; 4. 89-Todd McVay[8]; 5. 44-Jason Howell[9]; 6. 48-Nathan Moore[2]; 7. 67-Jonathan Hughes[5]; 8. 5-Jesse Vermillion[3]; 9. (DNS) 39-Kimberly Tyre
Schoenfeld Headers Heat 5: 1. 54-Trey Gropp[6]; 2. 33M-Matt Westfall[4]; 3. 77K-Katlynn Leer[8]; 4. 8D-Terry Babb[3]; 5. 41-Brad Wyatt[2]; 6. 26B-Nick Rasa[7]; 7. 21C-Chris Desselle[1]; 8. 00-Jaden Brown[5]; 9. 12-Wesley Smith[9]
AFCO Heat 6: 1. 11W-Wyatt Burks[3]; 2. 91-Riley Kreisel[5]; 3. 2C-Zach Clark[1]; 4. 24LRC-Chris Morgan[9]; 5. 15-Jeremy Jonas[2]; 6. 11X-Tom Curran[7]; 7. 1-Paul White[8]; 8. 5C-Colten Cottle[4]; 9. 90W-Dan Wohnoutka[6]
Diversified Machine Inc Heat 7: 1. 16-Anthony Nicholson[1]; 2. 74-Xavier Doney[5]; 3. 37-Brian Beebe[4]; 4. 69-Zach Sanders[9]; 5. 42-Warren Johnson[2]; 6. 77-Jack Wagner[8]; 7. 22S-Slater Helt[7]; 8. 2-Jason Billups[6]; 9. 2H-Luke Howard[3]
Bell Helmets Qualifier 1: 1. 28-Kory Schudy[1]; 2. 6-Mario Clouser[5]; 3. 24LRC-Chris Morgan[3]; 4. 5D-Zach Daum[2]; 5. 9W-Justin Zimmerman[7]; 6. 91-Riley Kreisel[4]; 7. 7S-Wade Seiler[8]; 8. 54-Trey Gropp[6]; 9. 77-Jack Wagner[9]; 10. 41-Brad Wyatt[10]
Bell Helmets Qualifier 2: 1. 32-Garrett Aitken[6]; 2. 31-Joe B Miller[5]; 3. 77M-RJ Johnson[1]; 4. 73-Samuel Wagner[7]; 5. 74-Xavier Doney[4]; 6. 27-Steve Thomas[2]; 7. 57-Chase Parson[8]; 8. 93-Taylor Walton[9]; 9. 15-Jeremy Jonas[10]; 10. (DNS) 69-Zach Sanders
Bell Helmets Qualifier 3: 1. 16-Anthony Nicholson[2]; 2. 24X-Casey Shuman[3]; 3. 77K-Katlynn Leer[5]; 4. 20G-Noah Gass[6]; 5. 8D-Terry Babb[8]; 6. 73V-Blake Vermillion[7]; 7. 24-Landon Simon[4]; 8. 42-Warren Johnson[10]; 9. 44-Jason Howell[1]; 10. 26B-Nick Rasa[9]
Bell Helmets Qualifier 4: 1. 37-Brian Beebe[1]; 2. 33M-Matt Westfall[3]; 3. 11W-Wyatt Burks[5]; 4. 311-Quinton Benson[6]; 5. 11X-Tom Curran[9]; 6. 90-Patrick Budde[4]; 7. 89-Todd McVay[2]; 8. 2C-Zach Clark[7]; 9. 18-Terry Richards[10]; 10. ST1-Lane Stone[8]

Friday's schedule:
4 p.m. - Grandstands open
5 p.m. - Drivers’ meeting
6 p.m. - Hot laps
7:05 p.m. - Racing begins

Saturday schedule:
3 p.m. - Grandstands open
4:30 p.m. - Drivers’ meeting
5:30 p.m. - Hot laps
6:35 p.m. - Racing begins

Friday admission:
Adults (16 and up) $20
Seniors (62 and up)/Military $17
Youth (6 to 15) $5
Kids (5 and under) FREE
Family Pass $45
Pit Pass $35
3-Day Pit Pass $100

Saturday admission:
Adults (16 and up) $30
Seniors (62 and up)/Military $27
Youth (6 to 15) $10
Kids (5 and under) FREE
Family Pass $70
Pit Pass $40
3-Day Pit Pass $100

Advance tickets can only be purchased online. Otherwise, tickets will be available at the gate. To reserve camping spots, contact the Lucas Oil Speedway office at 417-292-5984.

For more information on the two race series, visit ASCSracing.com and POWRi.com.

For ticket questions or information for any event at Lucas Oil Speedway, contact Admissions Director Nichole McMillan at (417) 282-5984 or email her at nichole@lucasoilspeedway.com for more information.

CONTACT:
Danny Lorton
Lucas Oil Speedway General Manager
Office: (417) 282-5984
DLorton@lucasoilspeedway.com
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Lucas Oil Speedway is located at Highways 83 and 54 in Wheatland, Missouri. A campground with shower and bathroom facilities is also available. With its entrance located just outside the pit gate this sprawling scenic camping facility will continue to enhance the racing experience at the Diamond of Dirt Tracks.

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About Lucas Oil Speedway
Lucas Oil Speedway is considered by fans, drivers and industry insiders to be one of the top five racing facilities in the nation. Located in Wheatland, Missouri, approximately an hour from Springfield, Missouri, and just an hour and a half from the Kansas City metro area, the "Diamond of Dirt Tracks" lives up to its title.

Twenty-One VIP Luxury Suites, HD Jumbo-Tron Screen, Stadium Style Musco Sports Lighting, a Bose Sound System, Go-Kart Slick Track, The Diamond Bar, Track Treasures Gift Shop, the best track food in the country and paved pits are a few of the spectacular amenities setting the Diamond of Dirt apart. This year marks the ninth season for the Liquid Quarter Mile Drag Racing Lake, "Lake Lucas." New for 2017 was all-purpose built Off Road facility featuring the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series as well as a host of other regional events.

Lucas Oil Speedway's dirt oval track plays host to some of the largest and most-popular events in the Midwest with national and regional touring series appearing frequently including: The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, POWRi Midget National Series, Lucas Oil Pro-Pulling League, United States Modified Touring Series, ASCS Sprint Cars and the Lucas Oil MLRA.

In addition to the special events, the Lucas Oil Speedway Big Adventure RV Weekly Racing Series features the Warsaw Auto Marine & RV ULMA Late Models, Pitts Homes USRA Modifieds, O'Reilly Auto Parts Street Stocks and the Ozark Golf Cars USRA B-Mods.


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Sucich Caps Skagit Season with 360 Win, Goetz - Holtrop - Young Crowned Champions

9/17/20

Alger, WA - The finale of the 2020 on Skagit Speedway TV saw Bailey Sucich win her first career Budweiser 360 Sprint Car main event, besting Jason Solwold in the late stages of the race for the $2,600 top prize. Season champions were crowned on the night as well, with Chase Goetz, Adam Holtrop and Rick Young all winning track titles.

Corbyn Fauver set out to the early advantage in the 25 lap Budweiser 360 Sprint A Main, with Sucich never too far off. As Fauver approached the tail end of the field, Sucich was right there to pressure him, forcing Corbyn to move around search for a clean line through traffic. With a fast racing surface, the tail end of the field was difficult to navigate, with lap times only falling off a little through the full field of cars. Fauver would try to sneak around the high side of turns one and two, and that’s where Bailey pounced, moving inside Fauver to take the top spot on the completion of lap 13 and bringing third place running Trey Starks with her. Entering turn one, the now second place running Starks and Fauver made contact, sending both spinning and bringing out the only yellow flag of the main. Bailey now had Jason Solwold and Chance Crum stacked up behind her for the restart, where she began building up her lead in clean air. Slower traffic loomed in the form of Michael Millard around lap 20, and while Bailey moved around to try and find a way past Michael, Solwold found rhythm down low, sneaking past Bailey for the lead on lap 22. Sucich rebounded by making a strong move on the high side of turns one and two on lap twenty three, repassing Solwold and lapping Millard in the process. Two short laps later and the biggest Skagit Speedway payday of 2020 went to Bailey, with Solwold second and Crum third. Cam Smith entered the main trailing Chase Goetz by thirty points in the driver standings, and his hard charging effort of 13th to 8th earned him bonus money, but not enough points to take the title from Goetz, who would win his first Sprint Car championship at Skagit Speedway to go with a Focus Midget title. Smith’s effort was good enough to propel Dave Smith Motorsports to the owner’s title ahead of Roger Oudman, Goetz’s car owner. Earlier in the evening, the 28 car field of 360s blistered the previous track record held by Seth Bergman, with ten drivers coming in under the previous mark of 11.253 seconds. Trey Starks ended up with the new mark at a lap of 11.085. Heat winners were Colton Heath, Greg Hamilton and Eric Fisher.

Similar to their heat race earlier in the night, Mike Steltz and Paul Rea did battle in the 25 lap Skagit Aggregates Modifieds main event. Rea led lap one before Steltz got him for the lead on lap two and led a huge chunk of the race with Paul no further than half a car length back. On lap 22, Steltz took a wide entry into turn one which let Rea make a strong bid to the inside of him. As the pair raced down the back stretch, Rea took the top spot for good and in his first Skagit appearance, secured the win. Scott Miller snuck by Steltz late for second place. Adam Holtrop completed a childhood dream in the main event, as his fifth place effort was strong enough to secure him the track championship over Craig Moore and Ben Gunderson. Heat race winners were Tyson Blood, Guunderson and Steltz.

The Outlaw Tuner championship was decided coming into the night, with Rick Young merely needing to show up to secure the title. With the title in hand, Rick did his best to try and cap the year off with a win, but would settle for second place behind Clint Meins, who was too strong on the night in getting his only victory of 2020. Last year’s champion Howard Vos ran third on the night.

Budweiser 360 Sprints

Fast Time - Trey Starks 11.085 NTR

Heat 1 - Colton Heath

Heat 2 - Greg Hamilton

Heat 3 - Eric Fisher

B Main - Steve Vague, Ashleigh Johnson, Reece Goetz, Steve James, Matt Loving, Bill Rude, Darren Smith, Cory Summers, Brett McGhie

A Main - Bailey Sucich, Jason Solwold, Chance Crum, Travis Jacobson, Cam Smith, Colton Heath, Eric Fisher, Trey Starks, Greg Hamilton, Chase Goetz, Reece Goetz, Steve Vague, Corbyn Fauver, Chris Bullock, Jeff Dunlap, Ashleigh Johnson, Lance Sargent, Michael Millard

Lap Leaders - Fauver 1-12 Sucich 13-21 Solwold 22 Sucich 23-25

Hard Charger - Smith +8

Season Champion - Chase Goetz

 

 

Randy Martin Cashes in $2,500 with Sprint Invaders Win at Moberly!

(Bill W) Moberly, MO, September 13, 2020 – Who says old tricks don’t work? Randy Martin utilized one of his old setups to capture the Sprint Invaders feature Sunday night at Randolph County Raceway near Moberly, Missouri. Thanks to Tony Stuart of The Stuart House, the event paid $2,500 to win. It was the veteran’s fifth career feature win with the Sprint Invaders series.

Martin led early in the 20-lap feature over Ayrton Gennetten, who not only had picked up two wins with the Sprint Invaders on the 4/10-mile high banks in 2020, but also was aboard series owner points leader Scott Bonar’s #50. ASCS visitor Harli White settled into third, while first-time Sprint Invaders competitor, Devon Borden, roared up on the high banks in his first visit to the track, from tenth to fourth within two laps.

Braydn Greubel spun two laps in, setting up a restart. Borden performed a slide job on White to take over third when the green fell again. The leaders were in lapped traffic by the sixth circuit, but Borden’s podium run hopes came to an end when he tagged the turn three wall eight laps in.

Martin led Gennetten, White, Austin Alumbaugh and Robbie Price back to green flag racing, but it was short-lived when contact from another car sent driver point leader and seventh place running Chris Martin upside down in turn two. He was uninjured.

Price snatched fourth from Alumbaugh on the restart. Up front, Gennetten put the pressure on the leader as the pair entered lappers with five to go with White not far behind. However, White’s run would end when she suffered a tie rod issue in the front end, and retired.

The four-lap dash to the finish saw Martin (with a broken nose wing) hold off Gennetten, while Alumbaugh and Price traded the third spot. Price would gain it for good at the white flag, and Alumbaugh and Riley Goodno would trail him to the checkers. Kaley Gharst, Caleb Thornhill, Cody Wehrle, Wyatt Wilkerson and Colton Fisher would round out the top ten. Fisher, Gennetten and Chris Martin won heats. Alumbaugh won the Dash.

“It’s been a jacked up year with everything that’s been going on,” said Martin afterwards. “I think this was only my twelfth race this year. We come up here with a setup I run here years ago, and we thought we’d try it. We were decent all night. We made some changes for the feature, and starting on the front row definitely helps. Ayrton is the man to beat up here right now, and to outrun him is a pretty good accomplishment for a 60 year old man! The nose wing broke with three or four to go, and it was a handful. It hung on long enough, and it all worked out.”

“I stumbled my motor at the start and (Martin) got in front of me,” said Gennetten. “I think it was the deciding factor. We never really got to race in lapped traffic. He and I were pretty much the fastest two out there. I have to thank Scott for giving me the opportunity to drive tonight. I’ve been bugging him for four years, and he finally let me do it. I think we were fast enough, but the yellows didn’t play in our favor. One mistake on my part, and that was the difference. It was really a good race with Randy.”

“This place is fast,” said Moberly first timer Price. “It was tough to move around with the lapped cars, but we came from (seventh) to finish third. We were good. We tried something different. That’s what we were trying to do is learn. We tried some things we’ve never tried before.”

Saturday’s rained out event at Lee County Speedway in Donnellson, Iowa will be made up this Saturday, September 19. The “Fall Haul” at 34 Raceway will pay $5,000 to the winner and hold several bonuses for drivers on Saturday, September 26. For more information on the Sprint Invaders, visit www.SprintInvaders.com or look us up on Facebook.

Sprint Invaders A main (started), 20 laps: 1. 14, Randy Martin, California, MO (2) 2. 50, Ayrton Gennetten, Gravois Mills, MO (1) 3. 21P, Robbie Price, Cobble Hill, BC, Can. (7) 4. 33, Austin Alumbaugh, Higginsville, MO (3) 5. 22, Riley Goodno, Knoxville, IA (9) 6. 78, Kaley Gharst, Decatur, IL (8) 7. 19, Caleb Thornhill, Enumclaw, WA (11) 8. 40c, Cody Wehrle, Burlington, IA (16) 9. 29w, Wyatt Wilkerson, Morning Sun, IA (12) 10. 11, Colton Fisher, Mediapolis, IA (6) 11. 13, Brayden Gaylord, Wever, IA (20) 12. 14R, Sean Rayhall, Woodstock, GA (14) 13. 9, Daniel Bergquist, Burlington, IA (15) 14. 6, Mitchell Alexander, Knoxville, IA (17) 15. 64c, Braydn Greubel, Lacona, IA (19) 16. 21, Bradley Potter, Fulton, MO (18) 17. 17w, Harli White, Lindsay, OK (4) 18. 44, Chris Martin, Ankeny, IA (5) 19. 8, Devon Borden, Raymond, WA (10) DNS – 99, Austin McCarl, Altoona, IA (13). Lap Leader: R. Martin 1-20. $150 The Stuart House/KSE Hard-charger: Gaylord.

Randall’s Performance Heat one (started), 8 laps: 1. Colton Fisher (2) 2. Austin Alumbaugh (7) 3. Kaley Gharst (4) 4. Riley Goodno (6) 5. Sean Rayhall (3) 6. Cody Wehrle (5) 7. Brayden Gaylord (1)

CenPenCo Lubricants Heat two (started), 8 laps: 1. Ayrton Gennetten (1) 2. Robbie Price (3) 3. Caleb Thornhill (2) 4. Devon Borden (6) 5. Austin McCarl (5) 6. Mitchell Alexander (4) 7. Braydn Greubel (7)

Paisano’s Ristorante of Preston, Illinois Heat three (started), 8 laps: 1. Chris Martin (2) 2. Harli White (4) 3. Randy Martin (6) 4. Wyatt Wilkerson (5) 5. Daniel Bergquist (1) 6. Bradley Potter (3)

Budweiser King of Beers – Golden Eagle Distributors Shake-up Dash (started), 6 laps: 1. Austin Alumbaugh (1) 2. Harli White (4) 3. Chris Martin (3) 4. Colton Fisher (2) 5. Ayrton Gennetten (6) 6. Randy Martin (5)

 

PIRTEK UMSS Traditional Sprints

The PIRTEK UMSS Traditional Sprints would see 21 cars come through the gate for Friday night racing at Cedar Lake Speedway in New Richmond, WI. Two action packed heat races and a feature were on tap for the evening.

Ryan Bowers and Jake Kouba would win the heat races landing them in the redraw for the feature but it would be an all Kouba front row to start the feature. The Koubas would lead the 21 car field to green, but it was the 16 car of Bowers providing the excitement as he splits the middle to go from 6th to 3rd. While Bowers is working on the 2K of Jimmy Kouba for 2nd the 6 of Jake Kouba would pull away for some breathing room. A caution would come out with 6 laps to go for the cloud of smoke coming from the 12X of Anderson bunching the field back up for a restart. Once again it would be the Koubas up front with Bowers, Kerzman and the 93 of Peterson restarting in the top 5. With just 2 laps to go Bowers would pull the slider to move into 2nd. Jake Kouba would get the checkers and head to Rock Auto Victory lane.

Results: Heat 1 -Bowers, Schafer, Lewerer, DaRonco, Kerzman, Mueller, Cunningham, Hanson, Widdes, Reding, Stettner(DNF)

Heat 2 - Jake Kouba, Jimmy Kouba, Peterson, Brandt, Roach, Anderson, Stordahl, Buck, Vogel, Vadnais (DNF)

Feature - Jake Kouba, Bowers, Jimmy Kouba, Kerzman, Peterson, DaRonco, Brandt, Mueller, Lewerer, Rocah, Cunningham, Buck, Vadnais, Widdes, Vogel, Reding, Anderson (DNF), Stordahl(DNF), Stettner (DNF), Schafer (DNF), Hanson (DNF)

 

Saturday evening was the premier all sprint car event the Jerry Richert Memorial race featuring the PIRTEK UMSS Traditional Sprints, the MPS 360 Sprints and the IRA 410 sprints.

Cam Schafer, Jake Kouba and Ryan Bowers would win the heat races. The main event could have been called the Bowers and DaRonco show, while there was some great racing from 3rd thru 10th it was hard to pay attention with all of the moves being made up front. From the drop of the green flag it was all Nick DaRonco with the early lead and Ryan Bowers a close 2nd. These drivers were pulling sliders and throwing those cars in deep to switch positions on 7 different occasions in 20 laps. It was with 7 to go the 8 and 16 car came across the line nose to nose. In the end it would be Bowers taking the top spot in this very special race and making his way to Rock Auto Victory Lane aboard the Fire Departments on track vehicle after Jimmy Kouba broke on the back stretch during the cool down lap collecting Bowers.

Results: Heat 1 - Schafer, Jimmy Kouba, Hanson, Mueller, Roach, Stettner, Vadnais, Widdes

Heat 2 - Jake Kouba, Parsons, Peterson, Lewerer, Kerzman, Vogel, Wass

Heat 3 - Bowers, Brandt, DaRonco, Cunningham, Smith, Mackey, Vaillancourt

Feature - Bowers, DaRonco, Jake Kouba, Schafer, Hanson, Brandt, Mueller, Kerzman, Parsons, Peterson, Lewerer, Roach, Kouba, Stettner, Vadnais, Vogel, Smith, Wass, Mackey, Vaillancourt, Widdes (DNF), Cunningham (DNF),

 

 

 

Blurton Scores Seventh United Rebel Sprint Series Win of Season at 81 Speedway

PARK CITY, Kansas (September 12, 2020) – The Lucas Oil POWRi United Rebel Sprint Series Presented by Mel Hambelton Ford Racing were back in action on Saturday night after a brief break. Sixteen cars were in attendance at the 3/8-mile semi-banked dirt track of 81 Speedway in Park City, Kansas. Zach Blurton went on to claim Saturday’s top prize of $1,000.

Ty Williams and Connor Atkinson set the pace for the 25-lap feature event. Blurton shot to the early lead with Williams and Velasquez following. On lap two, caution would fly over the field for Oberlin, Kansas’ Chad Salem. The drop of the green saw Blurton with momentum over the field while Oklahoma-native, Tanner Conn, rocketed to second.

Another caution would fly on lap six for Eric Matthews. The restart saw Oklahoma’s Jake Martens with the start of his march forward through the top five getting by Ty Williams for fourth. The final caution would come out on lap eleven for Connor Atkinson. Blurton remained in control of the race lead over Tanner Conn. Ray Seemann held on to third until lap sixteen, when Martens claimed the position. JD Johnson saw the end of the race to his advantage, charging from his ninth-place starting position to lock into the top-five.

Quinter, Kansas’ Zach Blurton led the 25-lap feature from start to finish. Two Okalahoma-natives, Tanner Conn and Jake Martens, rounded out the top-three. Ray Seemann and JD Johnson completed the top-five finishers with the United Rebel Sprint Series at 81 Speedway.

Kyler Johnson claimed the Keizer Aluminum Wheels hard-charger by passing five cars to finish ninth. Ray Seemann and Jake Martens claimed heat race victories with the United Rebel Sprint Series on Saturday night.

Next up for the Mel Hambelton Ford Racing POWRi United Rebel Sprint Series is the DCRP vs. URSS event on Saturday, September 19 at Dodge City Raceway Park in Dodge City, Kansas.

United Rebel Sprint Series
81 Speedway – Park City, Kansas
September 12, 2020

Heat One (8 laps): 1) Ray Seemann, 2) Tanner Conn, 3) Zach Blurton, 4) Ty Williams, 5) JD Johnson, 6) Larry Neighbors, 7) Fred Holz, 8) Kyler Johnson

Heat Two (8 laps): 1) Jake Martens, 2) Shane Sundquist, 3) Taylor Velasquez, 4) Connor Atkinson, 5) Howard Van Dyke, 6) Chad Salem, 7) Brady Skrdlant, 8) Eric Matthews

A-Feature (25 laps): 1) Zach Blurton, 2) Tanner Conn, 3) Jake Martens, 4) Ray Seemann, 5) JD Johnson, 6) Shane Sundquist, 7) Ty Williams, 8) Larry Neighbors, 9) Kyler Johnson, 10) Eric Matthews, 11) Brady Skrdlant, 12) Fred Holz, 13) Howard Van Dyke, 14) Taylor Velasquez, 15) Connor Atkinson, 16) Chad Salem

 

 

Bard and Cochran Score Victories to Secure Season Championship

Mill Hall, PA – The Champions were decided in all six divisions on Friday night at the Clinton County Speedway. Two drivers drove to victory lane to secure their championships, Garret Bard of Wells Tannery was victorious in the RaceSaver Sprint Cars and Matt Cochran of Williamsport in the Limited Late Models. Other winners of the night included Tommy Dawson in the Pro Stocks, Johnny Smith in the 60ss Micro Sprints, Nick Whitesel in the 270 Micro Sprints and Blake Snyder in the 4-Cylinders.

Matt Adams and Mike Smith were the front row starters of the Lenny Stroud Jr. Memorial race. Adams led the first circuit before third place starter, Kevin Probst made a pass for the lead. Cochran, who started fifth moved into the runner up position by the completion of lap number two. By the completion of lap number seven, Cochran passed Probst as Jake Piper, Joe Lusk and Bryan Benton ran in the top five. The leaders began to encounter lapped traffic by lap number 11. On lap 13, the caution flag waived for Tommy Cordell. With the restart, Andrew Yoder advanced into the top five and began to make a charge to the front of the field Yoder took over the second position on lap number 23, but was unable to run down Cochran who won by 1.2 seconds. Following Yoder was Kevin Probst of Renovo, Jakob Piper and Joe Lusk. Sixth through tenth were Mike Smith, Brian Benton Chaz Buchinsky, Kyle Bachman and Jamin Chapman. Heat races were won by Bachinsky and Adams. The win was the second of the season for Cochran, who also earned the 2020 track championship.

Ryan Lynn took command of the Sprint Car feature event at the drop of the green flag. Bard, who started third, jumped into the runner up position, with Tylor Cochran, Josh Beamer and Dakota Schweikart in the top five. Bard, who is currently leading the national and state IMCA RaceSaver points series, was tied with Scott Lutz for the Clinton County Championship. Lutz who redrew the 7th starting position for the feature event was running in sixth position. Bard and Lynn raced side by side for several laps, before Bard was able to take the lead on lap twelve. Cochran was able to take the runner up position from Lynn on lap number 22 following a caution for Jeffrey Weaver. Bard was able to claim his second win of the season and the 2020 championship. Second through fifth were, Tylor Cochran, Ryan Lynn, Dakota Schweikart, and Josh Beamer. Sixth through tenth were Scott Lutz, Dylan Proctor, Jared Zionkowski, Dale Schweikart and Dave Guss Jr. Heat races were won by Zionkowski and Beamer.

Robert Tressler of Lock Haven started on the outside of row number one and led the first five laps of the Pro Stock main event. Tressler, however had pressure from AJ Stroup and Johnny Bouse. The top three raced hard trying to wrestle the lead from Tressler. Going down the backstretch, the trio went three wide for the lead, but Bouse spun to bring out the caution on lap number five. Stroup used the restart to get by Tressler, as Brandon Moser, Kevin VanAmburg, and Corey Long battled for the top five. Tommy Dawson moved into the top give on lap number seven. Dawson advanced one position with every lap and moved into second on lap number 9. Dawson led lap number 12, but Stroup battled him back to lead lap 13. Dawson took back the lead on the white flag lap and would hold on for the win over AJ Strop, Kevin VanAmburg, Brandon Moser and AY Schilling. Sixth through tenth were Noah Jensen, Robert Tressler, Rich Fye, John Myers and Corey Long. Heat races were won by VanAmburg and Dawson. Noah Jensen of Nescopeck won his second consecutive pro stock championship, the third of the career.

In the 270s Micro Sprints Nick Whitesel advanced from his third place starting spot to lead the field at the completion of lap one. Jeffrey Weaver of Lock Haven was the point leader coming into the night’s event. Weaver advanced from ninth place starting spot and took over second by the completion of lap number four. At the race’s halfway point, Whitesel led Weaver, Bittner, Troy Whitesel and Kyler Stahl. On lap number 11 the leaders began to encounter lapped traffic. One lap later, Whitesel split between two lapped cars going down the front stretch. As Weaver attempted to make the same move, he spun going into turn number once. The restart had Whitesel out front followed by Timmy Bitner of Beech Creek, Troy Whitesel, Bobby Sanso and Kyler Stahl. As the checkered flag waived, Whitesel claimed his first win of the year over Biter, Whitesel, Sando and Kyler Stahl. Sixth through tenth were Kyle Stahl, Denny Rinehimer, Shaun Musser, Jeffrey Weaver and Dan Wertman. Heat races were won by Sanso and Bitner. The track championship was won Bitner.

Mitchell Holden led the opening lap of the 600 Micro Sprint feature. By the conclusion of lap number 2 Dylan Anderson had taken the lead. Johnny Smith of Scranton advanced from eleventh position and took over the runner up spot on lap number four. By the completion of lap number five, Anderson led Smith, Jeff Gyuina Jay Corder, and Jeffrey Weaver. Anderson and Smith continued to battle for the lead in the closing laps of the race. Smith made several attempts, and on the final lap, the duo raced side by side into turns three and four once again. On the final lap, Smith was able to make the pass and won by .017 seconds over Anderson, Jeffrey Weaver, Jeff Gyuina, and Tyson Mowery. Heat races were won by Cody Hauch and Anderson. Jeffrey Mowery was declared the 2020 track champion

Kennedey Courter led the opening laps of the Four-Cylinder feature event. On lap number four Sam Creveling passed Courter for the lead. A multi-car accident on lap number five slowed the field. Eighth place starter, Blake Snyder moved into the top five on lap number five and began making a move to the top position. On lap number seven, he moved into the runner up position and took the lead on lap eight. Tyler Watson passed Creveling on lap number 10 to take the runner up position. At the checkered flag it was Snyder over Watson, Maddox Smith, Michael Luther and Michael Boring. Sixth through tenth were Dylan Kraft, Matt Kauffman, Chris Orwig, Shawn Wise and Creveling. Heat races were won by Smith, Watson and Snyder. Maddox Smith won the 2020 track championship.

The Stroud Family provided bonus money for all six divisions in competition and special opening ceremonies were held in honor of Lenny Stroud Jr. Several drivers took a collection of funds for two families in the racing community. A total of $1,800 was raised and split between the Rick Eckert Family for his grandson and the Phil Miller Family for his daughter.

The Clinton County Speedway switches to Saturdays for the final two races of the 2020 season. Coming up on Saturday, September 19th is the Nittany 40 Championship for the RaceSaver Sprint Cars, paying $800 to win and $400 to start. The event is co-sanctioned by the Allegheny Sprint Series, the Laurel Highlands Sprint Series and the PA Sprint Series. Drivers will qualify through time trials and heat races. A non-qualifier’s event is also on the schedule. In addition, the Pro Stocks will compete in the C.W. Smith Memorial 40 lapper paying $1,800 to win. Pro Stocks will also qualify with time trials and heat races. The 270 Micro Sprint and the 4 Cylinders will complete the four division show. Gates open at 1PM, Hot laps at 4PM and Racing begins at 4:30

Sprint Cars: 1. Garrett Bard 2. Tylor Cochran 3. Ryan Lynn 4. Dakota Schweikart 5. Josh Beamer 6. Scott Lutz 7. Dylan Proctor 8. Jared Zionkowski 9. Dale Schweikart 10. Dave Guss Jr 11. Matt Tebbs 12. Fred Arnold 13. Josh Fox 14. Chris Kreider 15. Reed Thompson 16. Frank Rusnock 17. Jeffrey Weaver 18. John Walp 19. Jim Kennedy DNS Larry McVay

Limited Late Models: 1. Matt Cochran 2. Andrew Yoder 3. Kevin Probst 4. Jacob Piper 5. Joe Lusk 6. Mike Smith 7. Brian Benton 8. Chaz Buchinsky 9. Kyle Bachman 10. Jamin Chapman 11. Nick Loffredo 12. Luke Hoffner 13. Jake Buck 14. Tim Luben 15. Matt Adams 16. Tommy Cordell 17. Levi Ardery DNS Denny Fourney

Pro Stocks 1. Tommy Dawson 2. AJ Stroup 3. Kevin VanAmburg 4. Brandon Moser 5. AY Schilling 6. Noah Jensen 7. Robert Tressler 8. Rich Fye 9. John Myers 10. Cory Long 11. Johnny Bouse 12. Marc Bitler 13. Jason Smith 14. Noah Kissinger 15. Danny Jensen Jr. 16. Rooster Peters 17. Lonnie Savage 18. Todd Geyer Sr.

600 Micro Sprints: 1. Johnny Smith 2. Dylan Anderson 3. Jeffrey Weaver 4. Jeff Gyuina 5. Tyson Mowery 6. Mitchell Holden 7. Timmy Bittner 8. James Layton 9. Dan Tripoli 10. Cody Hauck 11. Jay Corder 12. Dan Wertman

270 Micro Sprints: 1. Nick Whitesel 2. Timmy Bittner 3. Troy Whitesel 4. Bobby Sanso 5. Kyler Sthal 6. Kyle Stahl 7. Denny Rinehimer 8. Shaun Musser 9. Jeffrey Weaver 10. Dan Wertman 11. Logan Hammaker 12. Hunter Zimmerman 13. Corbin Leiby 14. Buddy Keister 15. Mitchell Holden 16. Gary Keister 17. James Bigler 18. Mathew Dixson 19. Levi Brungard DNS Doug Reinard

4-Cylinders: 1. Blake Snyder 2. Tyler Watson 3. Maddox Smith 4. Michael Luther 5. Michael Boring 6. Dylan Kraft 7. Matt Kauffman 8. Chris Orwig 9. Shawn Wise 10. Sam Creveling 11. Tim Muthler 12. Chelsie Harris 13. Skylar Witchley 14. Chris Small 15. Zack Rill 16. Kyle Strouse 17. Kennedey Courter 18. Scott Englert 19. John Morton 20. Brett Shirk DNS Virgil Meyers.

 

 

DUNCAN BECOMES 4TH DIFFERENT "410" SPRINT WINNER IN 4 SHARON RACES; SCHNEIDER POCKETS $2000 FOR PENN-OHIO STOCK WIN; DOUBLE ENDS 6-YEAR WINLESS DROUGHT WITH HUGE $2300+ "KYLE MILLER MEMORIAL" ELITE ECONO MOD VICTORY; WIN #2 FOR WOLBERT IN RUSH MODS

Hartford, OH September 12, 2020 After returning to racing on Friday night following a two-month layoff due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions set forth by the Ohio Department of Health, Sharon Speedway wrapped up the annual "Apple Festival Nationals" on Saturday night. Celebrating in the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply victory lane were Cole Duncan-"410" Sprint Cars, Chris Schneider-Penn-Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series, Jeremy Double-"Kyle Miller Memorial" for the Elite Econo Mod Series, and Chas Wolbert-HTMA/Precise Racing Products RUSH Sportsman Modifieds. The four-division program attracted 125 racers as a total of 190 overall participated amongst the seven divisions in two days.

Central Ohio invader Cole Duncan has taken a liking to the red clay surface at Sharon Speedway. Duncan raced from the fourth starting spot to the lead on lap 19 passing Dan Kuriger and kept Lee Jacobs at bay over the final five laps to capture the $3,000 "410" Sprint Car feature win. Duncan became the fourth different winner in four races this year with his third career win- all coming since opening night 2019 in a limited number of starts.

"This place is so cool- every time we come here it never disappoints," expressed the 28-year-old Circleville, Ohio driver. "It's a really fun race track. We were really, really good early. Kuriger was really good too, but I felt like I could start rolling the middle and that's where I got him in lapped traffic. I think he was actually better in open track. Then when I got the lead, I didn't feel as good after those restarts not having as much grip in turns three and four so I was hoping those guys wouldn't be searching around. I felt them there and knew I had to go as hard as I could and keep the tires under me. You look up and see Lee there- he's been doing this quite awhile and there's a lot of tradition in the Jacobs Family. It's good to race with those guys. I'm glad there was a good field of cars as it makes it more special."

Kuriger used the topside of the speedway to race to the early lead over former track champion Jack Sodeman, Jr. with Duncan advancing to third. Duncan raced hard with Sodeman in a side-by-side battle for second on lap three. Meanwhile, Kuriger caught lapped traffic on lap five and by lap seven it was a four-car race for the lead with Brandon Spithaler joining in. Duncan finally was able to make the pass for second stick driving under Sodeman in turns one and two on lap 10.

Kuriger dealt with heavy lapped traffic on lap 14 as Duncan was on the prowl; meanwhile, it was a three-car race now for third as Sodeman had his hands full with Spithaler and Carl Bowser. Bowser was on the move as he took fourth from Spithaler on lap 15 and one lap later grabbed third from Sodeman. Back up front, Duncan caught Kuriger and the two raced side-by-side for the lead on lap 16. Kuriger was doing a nice job in traffic, but on lap 19 Duncan performed the same move in turns one and two that he did on Sodeman for second, but this time for the lead.

After 20 non-stop laps to start the feature, Logan McCandless spun to bring out the caution. One more lap was scored before Frankie Nervo got upside down in turn three. He was okay. Before the stoppages, seventh starting Jacobs was on the charge moving into the top five. Jacobs then took fourth on the restart. On lap 23, Bowser and Jacobs moved past Kuriger for second and third. After racing from 16th to fifth, George Hobaugh caught an infield tire and turned his car on its side to bring out the event's final stoppage with 24 laps scored.

When racing resumed on lap 25, Jacobs overtook Bowser for second. Jacobs went after Duncan, and cut into the deficit but Duncan had enough to withstand Jacobs' charge taking the victory by just 0.698 of a second in his Ohio Heating/Helms Construction/Motor City/I.S.P.C./Wolf Composites-sponsored #22. Bowser was third. Dan Shetler came on late to finish fourth after starting 12th. Spithaler was fifth. After leading the first 18 laps, Kuriger dropped to sixth over Sodeman, Ricky Peterson, Brandon Matus from 17th, and Adam Kekich from 24th. Henry Malcuit set fast time overall in qualifying with a lap of 13.868. Heat winners over the 26-car field were Nervo, Malcuit, and Spithaler.

Chris Schneider has never been a full-time weekly competitor at Sharon Speedway, but when the #55 shows up he's generally the car beat taking numerous high dollar Stock Car wins over the years. On Saturday night, Schneider started seventh, passed Curt J. Bish on lap 15, and went mostly unchallenged over the remaining laps to capture the $2,000 payday for the Penn-Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series. Twenty-seven cars started the 25-lap feature, which went non-stop in 8:20.450.

"We have Sharon dialed in," stated the 41-year-old Lower Burrell, Pa. standout. "This is my favorite place to race. The surface is great, the facility is great, the management is great; we just love it here. I felt I could run anywhere on the race track, but once I got the lead I kind of just stuck on the inside. I didn't see anyone poking around on the outside, but I think I could have run middle to high; the car felt like it could go anywhere. I want to thank Penn-Ohio for keeping this Series going, the track management for keeping the track going, and all of the fans for coming out to see us."

>From the pole position, Leigh Wheeler set the pace for the first three laps before Bish took over. Schneider was already up to third on lap five taking the spot from Randy Wyant, and two laps later grabbed second from Wheeler. Schneider found himself a half-straightaway behind leader Bish, but was able to methodically track him down. He caught him in lapped traffic on lap 15 and made the winning move that same very same lap. Bish stayed within striking distance until hitting an infield tire late allowing Schneider to pull away by a winning margin of 1.237 seconds.

Schneider's 13th career Sharon win came in the Nick Chevrolet/It's All Clean Pressure Washing/SS Chassis/Hot Dog Guys-sponsored #55. Bish, who won last year's $10,000 "Steel Valley Pro Stock Nationals", earned $1,000 for second. Wyant was third over Chris McGuire. After getting up to third on lap 14 and was on the charge, Alan Dellinger faded to fifth at the finish. Completing the top 10 were Noah Brunell, Shaun Hooks, Curt Bish, Jr., Corey McPherson, and Jackson Humanic. Winning Friday night's heat races over the 43-car field were McGuire, Bobby Whitling, Brunell, Dellinger, and Schneider. The last chance B mains went to Andrew Gordon and Jamie Barber.

Alan Dellinger and Ty Rhoades led the 25-lap "Kyle Miller Memorial" for the Elite Econo Mod Series to green, but the front row starters suffered major terminal issues on lap three, which allowed fourth starting Jeremy Double to fly into the lead. Double would then survive nine restarts to end nearly a six-year winless drought with his first win on the red clay surface at Sharon. Double's last win came back on September 20, 2014. Double biggest career victory was worth well over $2,300 after bonuses were paid!

"Ty (Rhoades) blew up and it would have been good to get team cars one-two so that sucks to see him not finish but it worked out for me so I'm definitely happy about that," explained the 24-year-old Bristolville, Ohio resident. "The track is awesome. I'm so happy to finally win here once they got the red clay. If I didn't win tonight it was going to be six years without winning a race. I have to thank Josh Christopher for everything he has done for this Series to get us races like this; it's really cool for this division. My mom and dad are in Tennessee now so they don't get to come and watch the races anymore and that's disappointing. I'm sure my dad watched Race Monitor so he's probably pretty pumped at home."

Other than the long green flag run between laps 10-22 when Double had stretched his lead out importantly leading lap 15 for a $515 bonus, he had Coleton Longwell, Nate Young, and 2019 track champion Dustin DeMattia all over him throughout the nine restarts over the course of the final 21 laps. In fact, Longwell actually took the lead on one of the late race restarts only to have a caution negate the pass.

Despite six years between victories, Double's $1,515 base win in his Honey Lab/Basich Racing Fuels/Wedge Motorsports/2 Brothers Motorsports/Russ King Racing/Mahan Welding & Fab/King Bros.-sponsored #83 was still the 14th of his career good enough for third on the all-time win list now just one behind Steve Haefke.

Longwell's second was his best ever finish at Sharon. Young started third and finished third. DeMattia, who won on opening night back on June 27, was fourth. Andy Buckley raced from 11th to fifth. Completing the top 10 were Matt Alexander, Kyle Layton, Russ Dunn, Bob Vogt, Jr., and Chris Schneider, who did double duty. Winning Friday's $100 heat races were Double, Young, Rhoades, and Dellinger over the 32-car field. George Vestal IV won the last chance B main and earned $50.

Chas Wolbert brought down the curtain on the 2020 "Apple Festival Nationals" winning his biggest race of the year worth $800 in the 20-lap HTMA/Precise Racing Products RUSH Sportsman Modified feature part of the "Route 7 Rumble" Series presented by Wedge Motorsports. Wolbert's second Sharon victory of the year allowed him to maintain his lead in the Pace Performance RUSH Weekly Series Championship standings.

"We're blessed to be here at Sharon Speedway," expressed the 26-year-old Warren, Ohio winner. "You appreciate things a lot more when you don't have them. I want to thank all of the fans because I know the drivers are excited to be here for two nights. I have to thank God because without him none of us would be here. I want to thank the RUSH Series for having us here along with Dave Willoughby of Sharon Speedway- all of the crew here is great. I want to thank my dad, wife, all my crew guys, and all of my sponsors."

Rob Kristyak powered around Josh Deems to lead the opening lap. It was three-wide for the lead on laps two and three with Kristyak, Deems, and Wolbert battling it out. Wolbert made a great move going through the middle for the winning move on the third lap before a caution for Ayden Cipriano. Two more cautions were all that slowed Wolbert from his all-time division leading 15th career Sharon win in his Alcon Mechanical/Dunkin Donuts of Warren, OH/C.T. Wolbert Trucking/Walters Building Co./Ohio Intra Express/Russ King Racing/Sawtelle Tree-sponsored #c3.

While Wolbert was not seriously challenged, the racing from second through sixth was tremendous as there were numerous position changes. After a third place finish on Friday night, Deems did one better on Saturday night taking home the runner-up spot. Two-time track champion, Kole Holden, had raced from sixth to third in six laps only to lose the spot for good on lap eight to Kristyak, who recorded his second podium finish in as many nights.

Holden was fourth over 11th starting Jim Rasey. Rounding out the top 10 were Eric Gabany, D.J. Schrader, Jacob Wolfe, Tony Tatgenhorst, and Brandon Ritchey. Heat race winners over the 24-car field were Holden, Jordan, Cipriano. A total of 29 different RUSH Sportsman Modifieds competed over the two days. Special thanks to Alcon Mechanical, C&R Tire, Jerry Rents, Ohio Intra Express, and T&C Automotive for the sponsorship to allow the RUSH Sportsman Modifieds to have a complete show on Friday night as well.

"410" Sprint Cars (30 laps, $3,000 to-win): 1. COLE DUNAN (22) 2. Lee Jacobs (Lewis 81) 3. Carl Bowser (11) 4. Dan Shetler (7K) 5. Brandon Spithaler (22) 6. Dan Kuriger (08) 7. Jack Sodeman, Jr. (23Jr) 8. Ricky Peterson (2) 9. Brandon Matus (13) 10. Adam Kekich (5K) 11. Jeremy Kornbau (27K) 12. R.J. Jacobs (18J) 13. Henry Malcuit (70) 14. Darren Pifer (23) 15. Leyton Wagner (38) 16. Joe Kubiniec (19) 17. Russ Sansosti (23s) 18. Logan McCandless (29) 19. Davey Jones (76) 20. Ivan Johnson (1L) 21. George Hobaugh (40) 22. Brent Matus (33) 23. Frankie Nervo (21N) 24. Ryan Beatty (Peluso 3) 25. Michael Bauer (Pryde 29)-DNS 26. Dan McCarron (22M)-DNS.

Penn-Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series (25 laps, $2,000 to-win): 1. CHRIS SCHNEIDER (55) 2. Curt J. Bish (Tarr 29) 3. Randy Wyant (11T) 4. Chris McGuire (63) 5. Alan Dellinger (Longwell 7S) 6. Noah Brunell (Keihl 64) 7. Shaun Hooks (65) 8. Curt Bish, Jr. (00) 9. Corey McPherson (c33) 10. Jackson Humanic (17) 11. Jason Fosnaught (Tristani 73) 12. Bobby Whitling (7W) 13. Leigh Wheeler (717) 14. Chris Withers (21W) 15. Rob Shook (64) 16. Rusty Martz (16M) 17. Andy Buckley (965) 18. Paul Davis (3) 19. Jamie Duncan (67J) 20. Josh Seippel (84S) 21. Jonathan Davis (8D) 22. Jordan Perkins (13J) 23. Blaze Myers (43JR) 24. Jamie Scharba (11S) 25. Doug Iorio II (Zachman 28) 26. Jamie Barber (20-20) 27. Andrew Gordon (25). DNQ: Brett McDonald (25), Mike T. Miller (T6), Pat Fielding (23), Jason Jones (81J), Jim Nicely (72X), Terry Wheeler (2W), Matt Bernard (7B), Tyler Wyant (24), Darr Diegelman (15*), Ray Gregory (82R), Mike Kerr (25K), Gary Fisher (99F), Cameron Nastasi (615), Eric Wise (24W), Tom Cantola (30-2), Jamie Maxwell (6).

Elite Econo Mod Series "Kyle Miller Memorial" (25 laps, $1,515 to-win): 1. JEREMY DOUBLE (83) 2. Coleton Longwell (Wilson 0) 3. Nate Young (42) 4. Dustin DeMattia (77D) 5. Andy Buckley (Leamer 965) 6. Matt Alexander (77) 7. Kyle Layton (99L) 8. Russ Dunn (Huselton 11H) 9. Bob Vogt, Jr. (Rogers 60) 10. Chris Schneider (64) 11. Mitchell Lam (12) 12. Jarrett Young (21) 13. Josh Mueller (01) 14. Dennis Dellinger (18) 15. Dale Reiser (262) 16. Gary Miller, Jr. (1M) 17. Dan McEwen (44) 18. Gary Olson (23) 19. Scott Burk, Jr. (2) 20. Todd Miller (15) 21. Michael Hudzik (31H) 22. Brian Toto (8B) 23.Ty Rhoades (28) 24. George Vestal IV (4). DNQ: Gary Sullivan (47S), Robert Simmons (4RJ), Stone Lapcevich (22), Tim Volzer (74), Don May, Jr. (5M), Ed Roberts (6s), Vincent DePizzo (1).

HTMA/Precise Racing Products RUSH Sportsman Modifieds (20 laps, $800 to-win): 1. CHAS WOLBERT (C3) 2. Josh Deems (9D) 3. Rob Kristyak (00) 4. Kole Holden (2) 5. Jim Rasey (32) 6. Eric Gabany (Schaffer 4s) 7. D.J. Schrader (6PK) 8. Jacob Wolfe (7) 9. Tony Tatgenhorst (63T) 10. Brandon Ritchey (17) 11. David Kalb, Jr. (11J) 12. Jacob Jordan (28J) 13. Jim Bryce (Schaffer 14) 14. Vivian Jones (Schaffer 44) 15. Jordan Ehrenberg (JD57) 16. Greg Porter (25) 17. Kyle Martell (8) 18. Preston Cope (Schaffer 24) 19. Mike Smith (0) 20. Dave Price (111) 21. Joe Gibson (119) 22. Nathen McDowell (Sarcinella 11G) 23. Ayden Cipriano (5c) 24. Gage Priester (71).

Sharon Speedway is owned by the Blaney, Weller, and Kirila Families and is a 3/8-mile dirt track located on Custer-Orangeville Road in Hartford, Ohio near the intersection of Routes 7 & 305. For more information, check out the website at www.sharonspeedway.com or call 330-772-5481. Become a fan of Sharon Speedway on Facebook at www.facebook.com/sharonspeedway and follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/sharonspdwy.

 

Gerster Rules David D. Mateer Memorial At Jennerstown

JENNERSTOWN, Pa. – (Sept. 12, 2020) With the COVID-19 pandemic drastically shortening the season for the Must See Racing Sprint Car Series presented by Engine Pro, Brian Gerster was worried about being shut out of victory lane.

After Saturday night at Jennerstown Speedway, Gerster can throw those worries out the window.

Gerster steered the familiar Dick Myers-owned, MOPAR-powered No. 50m sprinter to a convincing victory in the American Racer David D. Mateer Tribute Race presented by Allied Milk Producers, taking the lead with 13 to go in the 30-lapper and holding on through a green-white-checkered restart.

Though tire problems for Troy DeCaire necessitated a caution with two laps to go, Gerster got the power down when the green flag waved for the final time, driving away from longtime rival Jimmy McCune to a .846-second victory.

It marked the 24th series win for Gerster, second only to McCune’s 34, and the Fishers, Ind., native was uncharacteristically excited when he climbed out of his car on the frontstretch to celebrate.

“How about that?!” Gerster cheered after celebrating atop the wing. “It’s awesome to win here tonight. 2020 has been a crappy year, but this is a great facility and man, I love coming here. We had a great run going at the (Little) 500 last week and weren’t able to finish it off … so it’s really nice to get the win.

“We’re not going to get skunked here, even in a short year for us.”

Gerster’s winning pass came on lap 18, when he pitched his car to the apron of the third turn in a monstrous divebomb on McCune. It was set up two laps earlier by a caution for debris in turn four.

He never gave up command of the race from there, despite the misfortune for DeCaire on lap 28 that led to the final two-lap dash to the checkered flag.

“That pass we made was a credit to the guys who work on this race car,” Gerster noted. “Jimmy was running a bit wider line than I was, and you can’t follow someone in these cars and be in their dirty air. I just had to go down and try to get some clean air, and I made it work.”

McCune took the lead from the outset, driving past polesitter Charlie Schultz by the exit of turn two as Schultz free-fell to fifth before the end of the opening lap.

An early caution developed on lap five, after Steve Surniak slowed with a flat right-rear tire, but McCune controlled the restart and pulled away before a second yellow waved on lap 10 for the stalled car of Kevin Feeney on the backstretch.

McCune retained command through the halfway point, but the lap-16 debris caution worked against him and gave Gerster a chance, which the wily Hoosier didn’t squander in the slightest.

That left McCune to finish a frustrating second, one month after winning at Lorain County Speedway.

“I didn’t want to see any of those cautions, but that’s the nature of the beast sometimes,” McCune said. “We held them off as long as we could. I’m not a fan of the double-file restarts, but it is what it is.

“We started the night with a blown motor, and we finished on the frontstretch with a runner-up. We’ll take it after working our tails off to change the engine; I’m pretty pleased with it.”

Joe Liguori completed the podium, followed by Anthony McCune, who crossed fourth and maintained the championship lead by a single point over his uncle, Jimmy McCune.

Schultz faded to fifth, followed by fast qualifier Troy DeCaire and rookie Nolan Allison, who came home an impressive seventh in his Must See Racing debut. It was also Allison’s first start in a 410 sprint car.

In a field as deep as the one on display at Jennerstown Saturday night, Gerster was quick to savor the moment, capping his party in the winner’s circle with a swig of Allied Milk Producers chocolate milk.

“The McCune cars are always fast; Jimmy did a good job tonight, and (Troy) DeCaire did a good job all night as well. Fortunately we finally got the job done,” Gerster noted. “It’s fun racing with those guys and I’m glad to get the win. We’re lucky.”

To view complete race results, advance to the next page.

RESULTS: Must See Racing Sprint Car Series; Jennerstown Speedway; Sept. 12, 2020

Engine Pro Time Trials: 1. #36 – Troy DeCaire, 15.200; 2. #50m – Brian Gerster, 15.326; 3. #13 – Joe Liguori, 15.578; 4. #88 – Jimmy McCune, 15.886; 5. #9s – Charlie Schultz, 15.932; 6. #8a – Adam Biltz, 16.161; 7. #6k – Kevin Feeney, 16.163; 8. #8 – Anthony McCune, 16.166; 9. #7 – Tom Jewell, 16.216; 10. #16 – Nolan Allison, 16.364; 11. #72s – Joe Speakman, 16.409; 12. #81 – Steve Surniak, 16.841; 13. #2 – Joey Wyckoff, 16.861; 14. #85 – Rick Holley, 16.905; 15. #13d – Jacob Dolinar, 16.869; 16. #26 – Jeff Bloom, 17.288; 17. #15 – Tim Henthorne, 17.588; 18. #12 – Dylan Watson, 17.610; 19. #11g – Tom Geren, 17.669; 20. #90 – Todd McQuillen, 18.562.

Heat #1 (8 laps, top five retain time): 1. Rick Holley [2], 2. Tom Jewell [4], 3. Joe Liguori [6], 4. Steve Surniak [3], 5. Adam Biltz [5], 6. Dylan Watson [1], 7. Todd McQuillen [7].

Heat #2 (8 laps, top five retain time): 1. Brian Gerster [6], 2. Anthony McCune [4], 3. Charlie Schultz [5], 4. Joe Speakman [3], 5. Tim Henthorne [1], 6. Tom Geren [7], 7. Jacob Dolinar [2].

Heat #3 (8 laps, top five retain time): 1. Troy DeCaire [6], 2. Jimmy McCune [5], 3. Nolan Allison [3], 4. Kevin Feeney [4], 5. Joey Wyckoff [2], 6. Jeff Bloom [1].

American Racer Feature (30 laps): 1. 50m-Brian Gerster [4], 2. 88-Jimmy McCune [2], 3. 13-Joe Liguori [3], 4. 8-Anthony McCune [8], 5. 9s-Charlie Schultz [1], 6. 36-Troy DeCaire [5], 7. 16-Nolan Allison [10], 8. 81-Steve Surniak [12], 9. 8a-Adam Biltz [6], 10. 11-Tom Geren [16], 11. 7-Tom Jewell [9], 12. 90-Todd McQuillen [17], 13. 72s-Joe Speakman [11], 14. 12-Dylan Watson [15], 15. 15h-Tim Henthorne [14], 16. 85-Rick Holley [13], 17. 6k-Kevin Feeney [7], 18. 13d-Jacob Dolinar [18], 19. 26-Jeff Bloom [19].

Lap Leaders: Charlie Schultz Grid, Jimmy McCune 1-17, Brian Gerster 18-30.

Hard Charger: 11-Tom Geren (+6)

 

 

McIntosh Dominates at Port City Back in the Family Owned Car

Belleville, IL. (09/13/2020) The POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget League took a visit to Port City Raceway, and after a dominating 25 laps Cannon Mcintosh came out on top. McIntosh elected to start at the back of the field to try and capture an extra purse, and he did just that.

Early in racing action, Tristin Thomas of Burlington, WA. Took the lead coming from the fourth starting position. Jonathan Beason of Broken Arrow, OK. followed along in the second position and Morgan Frewaldt of Kansas City, KS. in third.

After a few early cautions, McIntosh had made his way up to the fifth-place position on lap 8 of the 25-lap feature. Thomas led the field to green after a caution and McIntosh set his sights on the top position. McIntosh stepped out and took the top side and never looked back. Cannon took the lead from Thomas following in second and Beason in third.

McIntosh still in command with five laps left, as he endured lapped traffic ahead. A caution caused the field to get stacked back up and McIntosh never looked back. Cannon McIntosh captured the trip to victory lane back in his family owned #5T at Port City Raceway. Jonathan Beason finished third and Noah Gass captured the third position.

"We had a lot of yellows early and I was able to get through the wrecks, there were a few that were close, but I just had to keep my eyes open. I ran a lot of laps here growing up and I'm just really comfortable around this racetrack" States feature winner, Cannon McIntosh.

Keizer Aluminum Wheels Heat Race 1 Winner: Tristin Thomas Smith Titanium Heat Race 2 Winner: Noah Gass Saldana Racing Products Heat Race 3 Winner: Jake Neuman Rod End Supple Heat Race 4 Winner: Kyle Jones High Point Man: Morgan Frewaldt Super Clean B Feature Winner: Alex Sewell Lucas Oil Feature Winner: Cannon McIntosh

Feature Results from Port City Raceway with the POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget League: (25 Laps) 1. 5T- Cannon McIntosh; 2. 8J- Jonathan Beason; 3. 20G- Noah Gass; 4. 26-Tristin Thomas; 5. 14E- Hank Davis; 6. 3N- Jake Neuman; 7. 00-Alex Sewell; 8. 7M- Chance Morton; 9. 28- Ace McCarthy; 10. 14F- Andrew Felker; 11. 84M- Kade Morton; 12. 7D- Michelle Decker; 13. 3-Dustin Gilbert; 14. (DNF) 4F- Chad Frewaldt; 15. (DNF) 70- Cade Cowles; 16. (DNF) 9- Morgan Frewaldt; 17. (DNF) 47K- Kevin Brewer; 18. (DNF) 22C- Blake Edwards; 19. (DNF) 21-Trey Gropp; 20. (DNF) 91K- Kevin Bayer; 21. (DNS) 7U- Kyle Jones

 

 

Dussel gets pep talk and takes Fremont 410 win; Henry claims ASCS title; Weaver gets late race 305 win and ASCS title

By Brian Liskai

FREMONT, Ohio – Nate Dussel was feeling upset about his racing fortunes as of late. Then a phone call with long time sponsor and family friend Bill Berrier Saturday morning put things into perspective. The Bradner, Ohio driver used lapped traffic to take the lead in the Fort Ball Pizza Palace 410 Sprint feature on lap five and sliced through lapped traffic on a heavy Fremont Speedway Saturday, Sept. 12 to earn his second feature win of the season and the $5,000 payday on Kistler Engines/Kistler Racing Products Night.

“I had a pretty tough conversation with Bill Berrier this morning…you know his wife is going through hell right now. I was pretty pissy about how we’ve been running and last night and I thought grow up dude there’s people fighting way bigger fights than we’re fighting. This is for Bill and Cathy…hope it lifts their spirits a little bit,” said Dussel in the Engine Pro Victory Lane.

Republic, Ohio’s Cap Henry, who earned the 2020 Attica Raceway Park track championship, wrapped up the 2020 All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads/Kistler Racing Products Attica Fremont Championship Series Presented by the Baumann Auto Group with his third place finish.

“Things kind of went our way there that last little bit at the end. We got lucky and started on the front row of the heat race and got through the heat race. It was hard to pass but we knew we were okay starting there in the feature and just had to run our race. I can’t say enough about Zack, Brett, Jim, Conner and all the girls behind this deal. Everyone puts in so much time and effort and this is really special,” said Henry of his Lane Racing machine.

Fremont’s Paul Weaver inherited the lead in the Fremont Federal Credit Union 305 Sprint feature with just three laps to go when Shawn Valenti pulled off the track. Weaver went on to score his fifth win of the season at Fremont – it’s his 12th overall in 2020 with seven wins at Attica – and it was his 56th career win at “The Track That Action Built” putting him seventh on the all-time win list. The victory also gave weaver the NAPA of Bryan AFCS Presented by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales championship.

“I closed on him (Valenti)….I don’t know if there was something wrong…maybe he ran out of tear-offs. I was using a tear-off every other lap. This whole weekend everything went perfect…starting out front and getting heat race points…just everything went my way. Hate to see what’s going to happen tomorrow,” said Weaver beside his B&B Drain Services, Hampshire Racing Engines, Seagate Sandblasting, M&W Excavating backed #1W.

Austin Black, 18, from Clyde started racing go-karts when he was four-years-old. This year he decided to strap in a dirt truck and compete. The youngster looked like a seasoned veteran, leading all 20 laps and holding off former track champion Kent Brewer and Jim Holcomb for his first ever win in the Burmeister Trophy Dirt Trucks. After an opening lap yellow, the feature went non-stop and Black not only was battling to maintain the lead but had to do so in heavy lapped traffic the last half of the race.

“I have to thank Tony Myers, my mom and dad and everyone that helps me out. When I saw Jim Holcomb coming I thought I’d better get going and next thing you know lapped traffic came and that’s all she wrote and I had to figure out what to do. This feels like a dream right now,” said Black beside his Ala Carte Café, Fireside U Pull It Auto, Quality Welding, Norman Family Collision, ABC Used Cars, Southridge Market, Big D’s Pizza, Lee’s Famous Recipe, The Mane Station, Jones Manufacturing, Redline Racing, Auxter Funeral Home backed #78.

Dussel and Duane Zablocki brought the field to green for the 30-lap 410 sprint feature with Zablocki grabbing the early lead over Dussel, Stuart Brubaker, DJ Foos, Caleb Griffith, Cap Henry and Trey Jacobs. The leaders raced into heavy lapped traffic by the fifth circuit and Dussel used it to grab the lead.

Dussel began to pull away, slicing through lapped traffic like a surgeon with Brubaker taking second on lap 12 with Zablocki, Henry, TJ Michael, Dean Jacobs and Tim Shaffer in pursuit. The first race stoppage came on lap 20 when Caleb Griffith tumbled in turn two; he was okay. After allowing drivers to put on more helmet tear-offs, the race resumed with but only for a lap when something broke on Trey Jacobs’ mount. On the restart Dussel pulled away again with Henry, Michael, Foos and Dean Jacobs giving chase.

Dussel hit his marks perfectly the remaining eight laps and drove to the win over Brubaker, Henry, Michael and Foos.

“First half of that race I was probably one of the few who could maneuver. That last nine laps I couldn’t stop plowing and I thought man I’m going to give Stewie (Stuart Brubaker) this win. I would go through two tear-offs in one corner and I thought man that doesn’t add up for 30 laps…I’m going to be out of tear-offs. I fell in line here and there but took my chances when I had to,” said Dussel beside his Northwest Installation/Industrial Movers, Fausey Farms, Berrier Custom Fabrication, JRC Transportation, NuFarm, Al Davis Carpet and Laminate, Real Geese Decoys, Gressman Powersports, A Plus Auto Center, Box 7, Speedways Bar & Grille, DGGI, Wurtec, Swindell Speedlab backed #1.

Mike Keegan and Shawn Valenti brought the field to green for the 25 lap 305 sprint A-main with Valenti bolting into the lead over Keegan, Jamie Miller, Kasey Ziebold and Paul Weaver. After a lap was scored two cars got hooked together bringing out the caution. On the restart Valenti pulled away from Keegan, Miller, Ziebold and Weaver.

Keegan great run came to an end when he slipped over the cushion in turn two and made contact with the wall. On the restart Valenti again pulled away from Miller, Weaver, Ziebold, Zeth Sabo and Kyle Peters. Heavy lapped traffic came into play with seven laps to go with Valenti leading Miller and a closing Weaver. Weaver took second on lap 20 and three laps later Valenti slowed and pulled into the infield.

Out front, Weaver drove to the win over an impressive run for Sabo, Miller, Seth Schneider and Ziebold.

After an opening lap crash, the dirt truck feature went non-stop for 20 laps and was very entertaining. Pole-sitter Black grabbed the lead over Dustin Keegan, John Brooks, Jim Holcomb and Kent Brewer. Brooks took second on lap two with Holcomb taking the spot a lap later. From there it was a tremendous three truck battle the remaining 17 laps.

Black sliced his way through traffic while Holcomb and Brewer traded the runner-up spot just feet behind him every lap. Holcomb made several moves to Black’s inside while in lapped traffic but couldn’t get the pass.

As they raced to the white flag, Holcomb tried to get under Black and hit one of the infield tractor tires, putting Brewer into second. Coming to the checkers Brewer tried to race under Black but couldn’t get by as Black took the win by just feet over Brewer, Holcomb, Shawn Valenti and Jamie Miller.

Fremont Speedway will be back in action Saturday, Sept. 19 with the 410, 305 sprints and dirt trucks in action. Then on Saturday, Sept. 26 it’s all sprint cars as the FAST series 410s come to town along with the Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series non-wing sprints with the 305 sprints on the racing card as well.

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Kistlers uses of state-of-the art equipment, the highest standard quality parts and invest in constant research and development. Customers powered by Kistler engines have set numerous quick times, track records and have also won on the local level as well as on national traveling series such as the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series, All Star Circuit of Champions and USAC.

Fremont Speedway

Sept. 12, 2020

410 Sprints – Fort Ball Pizza Palace

Frickers’ Qualifying

1.23-Cole Macedo, 12.874; 2.33W-Caleb Griffith, 12.910; 3.3J-Trey Jacobs, 12.934; 4.35-Stuart Brubaker, 13.043; 5.97-Max Stambaugh, 13.068; 6.22B-Ryan Broughton, 13.080; 7.16-DJ Foos, 13.089; 8.4*-Tyler Street, 13.100; 9.1-Nate Dussel, 13.104; 10.3C-Cale Conley, 13.217; 11.8M-TJ Michael, 13.245; 12.77I-John Ivy, 13.247; 13.59-Bryan Nuckles, 13.320; 14.2L-Landon LaLonde, 13.347; 15.9Z-Duane Zablocki, 13.355; 16.9J-Dean Jacobs, 13.357; 17.4-Cap Henry, 13.377; 18.28-Tim Shaffer, 13.389; 19.A79-Brandon Wimmer, 13.457; 20.14-Chad Wilson, 13.489; 21.71H-Ryan Ruhl, 13.509; 22.2+-Brian Smith, 13.523; 23.5-Byron Reed, 13.572; 24.15K-Chad Kemenah, 13.596; 25.5T-Travis Philo, 13.627; 26.7-Dylan Kingan, 13.685; 27.28m-Conner Morrell, 13.707; 28.0-Steve Irwin, 13.727; 29.7T-Troy Vaccaro, 13.938; 30.5J-Jake Hesson, 14.142; 31.12-Corbin Gurley, 14.239;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 8M-TJ Michael[2] ; 2. 1-Nate Dussel[3] ; 3. 16-DJ Foos[4] ; 4. 5-Byron Reed[6] ; 5. 2L-Landon LaLonde[1] ; 6. 14-Chad Wilson[5] ; 7. 0-Steve Irwin[7] ; 8. 21J-Jeffrey Neubert[8]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 35-Stuart Brubaker[2] ; 2. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[1] ; 3. 28-Tim Shaffer[4] ; 4. 3J-Trey Jacobs[3] ; 5. 71H-Ryan Ruhl[5] ; 6. 28m-Conner Morrell[6] ; 7. 7T-Troy Vaccaro[7]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 4-Cap Henry[1] ; 2. 9J-Dean Jacobs[2] ; 3. 3C-Cale Conley[4] ; 4. 5T-Travis Philo[6] ; 5. A79-Brandon Wimmer[5] ; 6. 7-Dylan Kingan[7] ; 7. 77I-John Ivy[3] ; 8. 12-Corbin Gurley[8]

Heat 4, Group D - (8 Laps)

1. 33W-Caleb Griffith[2] ; 2. 22B-Ryan Broughton[1] ; 3. 4*-Tyler Street[4] ; 4. 2+Brian Smith [5]; 5. 23-Cole Macedo [3]; 6. 15K-Chad Kemenah[6]; 7. 5J-Jake Hesson[7]

B-Main 1 - (8 Laps)

1. 14-Chad Wilson[3] ; 2. 7-Dylan Kingan[4] ; 3. 77I-John Ivy[6] ; 4. 12-Corbin Gurley[8] ; 5. 0-Steve Irwin[5] ; 6. 2L-Landon LaLonde[1] ; 7. A79-Brandon Wimmer[2] ; 8. 21J-Jeffrey Neubert[7]

B-Main 2 - (8 Laps)

1. 23-Cole Macedo[2] ; 2. 71H-Ryan Ruhl[1] ; 3. 15K-Chad Kemenah[4] ; 4. 28m-Conner Morrell[3] ; 5. 5J-Jake Hesson[6] ; 6. 7T-Troy Vaccaro[5]

A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)

1. 1-Nate Dussel[1] ; 2. 35-Stuart Brubaker[3] ; 3. 4-Cap Henry[8] ; 4. 8M-TJ Michael[4] ; 5. 16-DJ Foos[6] ; 6. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[2] ; 7. 4*-Tyler Street[13] ; 8. 5T-Travis Philo[15] ; 9. 28-Tim Shaffer[11] ; 10. 9J-Dean Jacobs[9] ; 11. 3C-Cale Conley[12] ; 12. 71H-Ryan Ruhl[20] ; 13. 77I-John Ivy[21] ; 14. 23-Cole Macedo[18] ; 15. 14-Chad Wilson[17] ; 16. 7-Dylan Kingan[19] ; 17. 5-Byron Reed[14] ; 18. 3J-Trey Jacobs[7] ; 19. 33W-Caleb Griffith[5] ; 20. 22B-Ryan Broughton[10] ; 21. 15K-Chad Kemenah[22] ; 22. 2+-Brian Smith[16]

Hard Charger: 71H-Ryan Ruhl +8

305 Sprints – Fremont Federal Credit Union

Qualifying

1.26-Jamie Miller, 13.521; 2.X-Mike Keegan, 13.675; 3.21-Larry Kingseed JR, 13.743; 4.85-Shawn Valenti, 13.783; 5.1W-Paul Weaver, 13.789; 6.1H-Zeth Sabo, 13.793; 7.97-Kyle Peters, 13.812; 8.47-Matt Lucius, 13.874; 9.36-Seth Schneider, 13.922; 10.5Jr-Jimmy McGrath Jr, 13.924; 11.12-Kyle Capodice, 13.935; 12.X15-Kasey Ziebold, 14.008; 13.Z10-Brandon Moore, 14.009; 14.12F-Matt Foos, 14.075; 15.19R-Steve Rando, 14.081; 16.11G-Luke Griffith, 14.086; 17.99-Alvin Roepke, 14.088; 18.29-Rich Farmer, 14.104; 19.9-Logan Riehl, 14.144; 20.51-Garrett Craine, 14.241; 21.75-Jerry Dahms, 14.266; 22.3X-Brandon Riehl, 14.288; 23.3V-Chris Verda, 14.335; 24.5-Kody Brewer, 14.336; 25.6-Jimmie Ward, 15.179;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. Z10-Brandon Moore[1] ; 2. X15-Kasey Ziebold[2] ; 3. 1H-Zeth Sabo[4] ; 4. 5Jr-Jimmy McGrath Jr[3] ; 5. 19R-Steve Rando[6] ; 6. 12F-Matt Foos[5] ; 7. 99-Alvin Roepke[7] ; 8. 51-Garrett Craine[9] ; 9. 29-Rich Farmer[8]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 36-Seth Schneider[1] ; 2. 97-Kyle Peters[3] ; 3. 85-Shawn Valenti[4] ; 4. 12-Kyle Capodice[5] ; 5. 47-Matt Lucius[2] ; 6. 5-Kody Brewer[8] ; 7. 9-Logan Riehl[6] ; 8. 75-Jerry Dahms[7]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 1W-Paul Weaver[1] ; 2. 21-Larry Kingseed JR[2] ; 3. 26-Jamie Miller[4] ; 4. X-Mike Keegan[3] ; 5. 11G-Luke Griffith[5] ; 6. 3V-Chris Verda[7] ; 7. 3X-Brandon Riehl[6] ; 8. 6-Jimmie Ward[8]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)

1. 12F-Matt Foos[1] ; 2. 5-Kody Brewer[2] ; 3. 99-Alvin Roepke[4] ; 4. 3V-Chris Verda[3] ; 5. 9-Logan Riehl[5] ; 6. 3X-Brandon Riehl[6] ; 7. 29-Rich Farmer[10] ; 8. 75-Jerry Dahms[8] ; 9. 51-Garrett Craine[7] ; 10. 6-Jimmie Ward[9]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 1W-Paul Weaver[6] ; 2. 1H-Zeth Sabo[5] ; 3. 26-Jamie Miller[4] ; 4. 36-Seth Schneider[7] ; 5. X15-Kasey Ziebold[3] ; 6. 21-Larry Kingseed JR[9] ; 7. 97-Kyle Peters[10] ; 8. 11G-Luke Griffith[15] ; 9. 5Jr-Jimmy McGrath Jr[11] ; 10. Z10-Brandon Moore[8] ; 11. 12-Kyle Capodice[12] ; 12. 99-Alvin Roepke[18] ; 13. 12F-Matt Foos[16] ; 14. 19R-Steve Rando[13] ; 15. 9-Logan Riehl[20] ; 16. 85-Shawn Valenti[2] ; 17. 3V-Chris Verda[19] ; 18. X-Mike Keegan[1] ; 19. 5-Kody Brewer[17] ; 20. 47-Matt Lucius[14]

Hard Charger: 11G-Luke Griffith +7

Dirt Trucks - Burmeister Trophy

Heat 1 - (8 Laps)

1. 78-Austin Black [1] ; 2. 67-Ben Clapp[4] ; 3. 4M-Jamie Miller[5] ; 4. 26-Kyle Lagrou[6] ; 5. 1x-Patrick Pinkston[2] ; 6. 7X-Dana Frey[3] ; 7. 7H-JT Horn[9] ; 8. 77-Steven Pocock[7] ; 9. 8S-Brandon Stuckey[8]

Heat 2 - (8 Laps)

1. 7B-Shawn Valenti[8] ; 2. 16-Jim Holcomb[7] ; 3. 1-John Brooks[2] ; 4. 4s-Keith Sorg[1] ; 5. 5s-Bradley Stuckey[3] ; 6. 6-Steve Sabo[9] ; 7. 20-Caleb Shearn[5] ; 8. 93B-Bryce Black[4] ; 9. 55-DJ Mestrey[6]

Heat 3 - (8 Laps)

1. 8KB-Kent Brewer[2] ; 2. 17x-Dustin Keegan[3] ; 3. P51-Paul Brown JR[5] ; 4. 23m-Brad Mitten[6] ; 5. 911-Cory McCaughey[9] ; 6. 14T-Cody Truman[8] ; 7. 32H-Dan Hennig[7] ; 8. 27-Calob Crispen[1] ; 9. 54-Alex Stoudinger[4]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)

1. 6-Steve Sabo[2] ; 2. 14T-Cody Truman[3] ; 3. 7X-Dana Frey[1] ; 4. 32H-Dan Hennig[6] ; 5. 7H-JT Horn[4] ; 6. 27-Calob Crispen[9] ; 7. 20-Caleb Shearn[5] ; 8. 77-Steven Pocock[7] ; 9. 93B-Bryce Black[8] ; 10. 8S-Brandon Stuckey[10] ; 11. 55-DJ Mestrey[11] ; 12. 54-Alex Stoudinger[12]

A-Main 1 - (20 Laps)

1. 78-Austin Black [1] ; 2. 8KB-Kent Brewer[8] ; 3. 16-Jim Holcomb[6] ; 4. 7B-Shawn Valenti[11] ; 5. 4M-Jamie Miller[12] ; 6. 1-John Brooks[5] ; 7. 911-Cory McCaughey[15] ; 8. 5s-Bradley Stuckey[14] ; 9. 23m-Brad Mitten[10] ; 10. 6-Steve Sabo[16] ; 11. 67-Ben Clapp[9] ; 12. 32H-Dan Hennig[19] ; 13. 14T-Cody Truman[17] ; 14. 4s-Keith Sorg[7] ; 15. 7X-Dana Frey[18] ; 16. 1x-Patrick Pinkston[13] ; 17. 7H-JT Horn[20] ; 18. 17x-Dustin Keegan[4] ; 19. P51-Paul Brown JR[2] ; 20. 26-Kyle Lagrou[3]

Hard Charger: 911-Cory McCaughey +8

 

 

MAX BLAIR WINS RETURN OF RUSH LATE MODELS TO SHARON AFTER 4 YEARS; 1ST EVER RUSH SPRINT WIN FOR BRIAN RUHLMAN; GARRETT KRUMMERT TAKES NIGHT 1 "APPLE FESTIVAL NATS" RUSH MOD WIN; 1ST DWARF CAR WIN FOR SHAYNE MEADOWS

Hartford, OH September 11, 2020 After losing the last two months of the racing season due to restrictions set forth by the Ohio Department of Health from the COVID-19 pandemic, Sharon Speedway finally received the green light to return to racing on Friday night for night one of the annual "Apple Festival Nationals". Scoring wins and celebrating in the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply victory lane were Max Blair-RUSH Late Models, Brian Ruhlman-RUSH Sprint Cars, Garrett Krummert-HTMA/Precise Racing Products RUSH Sportsman Modifieds, and Shayne Meadows-Joe's Radiator Sportsman Dwarf Cars. Heat races were contested for the Penn-Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series and the Elite Econo Mod Series for the "Kyle Miller Memorial".

The RUSH Late Models raced on the new red clay surface for the first time ever and it was Max Blair winning the division's first race at Sharon since the 2016 "Apple Festival Nationals". Blair, who has won five of the last seven National Weekly Series Championships for RUSH, went third to first on the first lap and held off late race charges by Matt Latta, Darrell Bossard, and Josh Ferry for the $800 Pace Performance Weekly Series victory.

"Man this track is beautiful- I wish we could race here a lot more," expressed the 30-year-old Centerville, Pa. racer. "There were eight grooves out there and you could race on every inch of it. This was one of the best race tracks I've ever raced at in my life- that's a true story. We used to race here all the time when the race track wasn't real nice. They need to let us come here and race now that it's one of the nicest places around- crates or supers. I have to thank Sharon for having the RUSH race and maybe we can have a few more. Once we got going before that late yellow, I felt pretty good. I wasn't sure if I was getting away from those guys, but I was pretty confident. Anything can happen on restarts; I just kept trying to change my entry up a little bit to keep those guys behind me guessing on what I was going to do."

Blair used his patented inside lane to sneak under Bossard and Billy Henry, Jr. on the opening lap for the lead, while Henry, Bossard, Ferry, and Jason Genco filled out the top five. Fifth starting Ferry, a two-time Sharon Econo Mod winner is in his first year of RUSH Late Model racing, made a nice move following a restart on lap two to race into second. Latta started sixth and was on the charge as he passed Bossard for third on lap five.

A caution for Dave Airgood slowed action with seven laps scored. Latta had a poor restart when racing resumed on lap eight as Bossard and Genco were able to regain third and fourth respectively. While Blair set a torrid pace out front, excellent racing took place from second on back as positions were changing frequently. Ferry and Bossard raced side-by-side lap after lap with Bossard getting back to second on lap 14. Traffic came into play on lap 16, but Blair maintained a comfortable lead until the event's final caution was displayed for Gary Youngs with 19 laps scored.

Back under green for the final time, Latta was making the top work as he charged back to second taking the position from Bossard on lap 21. It looked like Latta may have had something for Blair, but Blair changed lines as he moved up to slow Latta's charge. Blair appeared to have more speed in the closing laps using a different lane around the racey 3/8-mile track.

Blair would take the checkered flag first in his Murphy's Logging/C&J Dairy/Previty's Auto Wrecking/Specialty Products/Moody & Son Welding/Upstate Auto-sponsored #111 for his eighth career Sharon RUSH Late Model win. Latta got too high in turn four on the final lap stuffing his car in the fence allowing Bossard to cross the line in second 1.974 seconds behind Blair. Ferry was third over New York's Genco. RUSH's "Futures Cup" points leader, Logan Zarin, went ninth to fifth as Breyton Santee, Justin Kann, Michigan's Colby Beighey, and Cole Petrelle rounded out the top 10. Latta, Ferry, and Genco won the heats over the 22-car field.

Brian Ruhlman had finished second in three of the last four RUSH Sprint Car races at Sharon dating back to last season. In fact, Ruhlman had been the bridesmaid numerous times over the past three seasons in RUSH competition throughout the circuit. On Friday night, Ruhlman started sixth and used every inch of the surface making the winning pass around the outside of Equipment Rental Options Weekly Series points leader, Jeremy Weaver, on lap 16 to capture his first career RUSH Sprint win, worth $500. Ruhlman also became the third different winner in as many 2020 races.

"The track was beautiful- we drive four hours to come here and run and we'd be here every week if you'd have us," expressed the 50-year-old Clarklake, MI driver. "You have to be on the wheel on these cars. I started to run a '410' non-wing car- they are way quicker than these so it makes it quicker to find the limit. It's all driver control in these cars so it leaves it up to the driver. I saw some Kyle Larson kid run the top here a couple months ago so I figured I'd try it and put it up there. I have to thank Veronica- it's just her and I."

Jarod Larson raced to the early lead with Weaver passing Andy Feil on the opening lap. After a caution for Brandon Blackshear, Weaver snuck under Larson in turn four for second when racing resumed on lap three with Ruhlman passing Shawn Smith for fourth. While Weaver led, the battle was on for second with Larson trying to fend off Feil and Ruhlman.

Following a restart for Nolan Groves' spin with eight laps completed, Ruhlman charged past Feil for third bringing ninth starting Steve Pedley with him. Ruhlman continued to move forward nipping Larson at the line for second on lap 13. Ruhlman then got the caution he needed when rookies Tyler Newhart and Brandon Shughart spun with 15 laps scored. When racing resumed, Ruhlman went to the top and powered around Weaver to lead the 16th circuit.

Ruhlman led the final five laps in his Ruhlman Race Cars/Ruhlman Engineering-sponsored #49 for his second career Sharon win as he won in an Outlaw Mod on June 8, 2019 in route to the "Bickerstaff Cup" championship. Larson was able to get back by Weaver to cross the finish in second, but was disqualified in post-race tech for his RPMs exceeding the mandated 6,200 on his rev box. Weaver was then credited for second.

Pedley, who won his first career race on July 12, had another good run in third. Feil dropped to fourth. Big-Block Modified racer Rick Regalski, Jr. finished fifth in his first RUSH start driving Scott Clever's #14. Brian Hartzell, Smith, Jeremy Kornbau, Groves, and A.J. MacQuarrie completed the top 10. Ruhlman and Smith won the heat races over the 17-car field.

Defending and two-time RUSH Sportsman Modified Weekly Series Champion, Garrett Krummert, led from start-to-finish in an uncharacteristic caution-filled 20-lap HTMA/Precise Racing Products feature. Krummert's first Sharon win of the season was far from easy as he had to fend off Wedge Motorsports "Route 7 Rumble" Series points leader Rob Kristyak taking the win by a mere 0.116 of a second for the $600 payday. Special thanks to Alcon Mechanical, C&R Tire, Jerry Rents, Ohio Intra Express, and T&C Automotive for the sponsorship to allow the RUSH Sportsman Modifieds to have a complete show on Friday night as well.

"Not being able to race here every week really makes you appreciate this place," acknowledged the 32-year-old Ellwood City, Pa. resident. "I'm glad we could come out and race tonight. It's a shame that race was so long and too many cautions, but it is what it is. The track was really good for cars not being on it for awhile. Ever since they went to the red clay the track has been really good and I enjoy coming here."

A heads up start put Krummert on the pole of the feature as he took off in the lead over Josh Deems, Tony Tatgenhorst, and fifth starting Kristyak. On the lap three restart, Kristyak passed both Tatgenhorst and Deems for second. While Krummert continued to maintain the top spot through of bevy of restarts, Kristyak and Deems resumed their heat race battle running side-by-side for P2 on laps 16-18 before the event's final caution with 18 laps scored.

This set up a two-lap dash to the checkered flag and gave Kristyak one more shot. The two raced side-by-side with Krummert on the bottom and Kristyak on the top. It appeared like Kristyak may be able to pull off the win entering turn three on the final lap as he had the advantage, but Krummert got enough bite off the bottom of turn four to secure the victory. Krummert's sixth career RUSH Mod victory and seventh overall at Sharon came in the Jerry Schaffer Racing/Turn 4 Toilets-sponsored #10s.

Deems, who always runs well at Sharon, was third over Tatgenhorst. Chas Wolbert charged back through the field to finish fifth after an early flat tire. Kyle Martell was sixth. Jordan Ehrenberg had a good run going 15th to seventh over two-time track champion Kole Holden. David Kalb, Jr. and RUSH Mod "Futures Cup" points leader Ayden Cipriano completed the top 10. Krummert, Deems, and Tatgenhorst won the heat races over the 27-car field.

The Sportsman Dwarf Cars made their annual appearance at the track and it was Shayne Meadows garnering his first career Sharon victory. Meadows made the winning pass on lap five from Doug Stanley to score the $600 victory in the 15-lap feature presented by Joe's Radiator with associate sponsorship from Waterstone Mortgage, R. Tumbleweed Transportation, and Cipriano Racing.

"I love driving these cars," stated the Deerfield, Ohio driver. "I drive a Mod Lite at Deerfield (Good's Raceway) and this is my first time in this car and it's rocket. We have a blast coming here and I love it. I still like the Mod Lites, but if you keep bringing the Dwarfs back I'll be here every year. I have to thank Terry Ohl; he owns this car and let me drive it tonight. I want to thank all the fans for coming out and supporting this. I hope everyone gets home safe."

It was four-wide for the lead on the opening lap with Joe Grzelak, Jr. going third to first over Jake Eakin, Steve Mix, and Stanley. Mix and Grzelak would be involved in spins in successive laps as Stanley took over the top spot on lap two. Meadows started back in ninth and raced side-by-side for the lead with Stanley on laps four and five before taking over for good on the fifth circuit.

Three cautions on laps 12, 13, and 14 gave Stanley additional chances at Meadows, but was unable to unseat the leader and eventual winner. Stanley, a former Sprint Car racer throughout eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania, was second. Angie Grzelak beat her brother Joe to the finish for third as another female in Tiffany Williams was fifth. Eakin and Joe Grzelak were heat victors over the 22-car field.

Picking up Penn-Ohio Pro Stock Championship heat races were Chris McGuire, Bobby Whitling, Noah Brunnel, Alan Dellinger, and Chris Schneider over the 43-car field.

The four heat races for the Elite Econo Mod Series each paid $100 to-win and were won by Jeremy Double, Nate Young, Ty Rhoades, and Alan Dellinger. There were 32 cars for night one of the inaugural "Kyle Miller Memorial".

Night two of the "Apple Festival Nationals" will take place Saturday (September 12) with a complete show for the "410" Sprint Cars racing for $3,000 to-win and the RUSH Sportsman Modifieds for $800 to-win. In addition, the Penn-Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series ($2,000 to-win) and the Elite Econo Mod Series will run their last chance B mains and feature. Pits open at 3 p.m. with grandstands at 5 p.m. There will be a drivers meeting at 6 p.m. followed by Sprint Car motor heat. Sprint warm-up/qualifying will take place at 6:30 p.m. with racing at 7. Grandstand admission is $15 and pit passes are $35.

RUSH Late Models (25 laps, $800 to-win): 1. MAX BLAIR (111) 2. Darrell Bossard (Winans 22B) 3. Josh Ferry (33) 4. Jason Genco (Craig/Badgley 29J) 5. Logan Zarin (1z) 6. Breyton Santee (9) 7. Justin Kann (66) 8. Colby Beighey (36B). 9. Jim Rasey (Wrightsman 21J) 10. Cole Petrelle (184) 11. Matt Sipes (25) 12. Matt Latta (21) 13. Bill Kessler (09) 14. Lon Emerick (3L) 15. Kyle Zimmerman (z17) 16. Gary Youngs (Y26) 17. Collin Burke (41) 18. Billy Henry, Jr. (21*) 19. Dave Airgood, Jr. (42) 20. Chad Sines (15) 21. Eric Hamilton, Jr. (33x) 22. John Watson (14).

RUSH Sprint Cars (20 laps, $500 to-win): 1. BRIAN RUHLMAN (49) 2. Jeremy Weaver (Hull 41) 3. Steve Pedley (21) 4. Andy Feil (Mahoning/Eckart 9J) 5. Rick Regalski, Jr. (Clever 14) 6. Brian Hartzell (69) 7. Shawn Smith (36) 8. Jeremy Kornbau (Williams 8) 9. Nolan Groves (Beedle 25) 10. A.J. MacQuarrie (Hartzell 69x) 11. Matt Sherlock III (55) 12. Ryan Fraley (12) 13. Amelia Clay (16c) 14. Brandon Shughart (29) 15. Tyler Newhart (Wilson 13) 16. Brandon Blackshear (10) 17. Jarod Larson (47)-DSQ (rev box RPM).

HTMA/Precise Racing Products RUSH Sportsman Modifieds (20 laps, $600 to-win): 1. GARRETT KRUMMERT (Schaffer 10s) 2. Rob Kristyak (00) 3. Josh Deems (9D) 4. Tony Tatgenhorst (63T) 5. Chas Wolbert (c3) 6. Kyle Martell (8) 7. Jordan Ehrenberg (JD57) 8. Kole Holden (2) 9. David Kalb, Jr. (11J) 10. Ayden Cipriano (5c) 11. Preston Cope (Schaffer 24) 12. Jacob Jordan (28J) 13. Vivian Jones (Schaffer 44) 14. Dave Price (111) 15. D.J. Schrader (6PK) 16. Greg Porter (25) 17. Nathen McDowell (11G) 18. Gage Priester (71) 19. Brandon Ritchey (17) 20. Don Cornelius, Jr. (113) 21. Todd English (King RKR1) 22. Todd Gabriel (33G) 23. Mike Smith (0) 24. Jeff Schaffer, Jr. (14) 25. Chelsie Kriegisch (10) 26. Jim Rasey (32) 27. Jacob Wolfe (7).

Sportsman Dwarf Cars (15 laps, $600 to-win): 1. SHAYNE MEADOWS (Ohl 9) 2. Doug Stanley (18s) 3. Angie Grzelak (57) 4. Joe Grzelak, Jr. (888) 5. Tiffany Williams (Smith 58) 6. Steve Mix, Jr. (85) 7. Steve Mix, Sr. (3) 8. Ted L. Williams (48) 9. Jake Eakin (14) 10. Taylor Suchan (44) 11. Mark Suchan (66) 12. Jim Good (Keefe 14S) 13. Kelly Teeters (69) 14. Michael Heverly (99B) 15. Jeff Davis (34) 16. Jerry Langley, Jr. (23L) 17. Michael Keefe (99K) 18. Drew Hannah (14H) 19. Art Williams (1) 20. Amelia Clay (16c)-DNS 21. Brandon Smith (13).

Sharon Speedway is owned by the Blaney, Weller, and Kirila Families and is a 3/8-mile dirt track located on Custer-Orangeville Road in Hartford, Ohio near the intersection of Routes 7 & 305. For more information, check out the website at www.sharonspeedway.com or call 330-772-5481. Become a fan of Sharon Speedway on Facebook at www.facebook.com/sharonspeedway and follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/sharonspdwy.

 

Refocused Mintz takes Attica Raceway Park checkers as Henry claims track title; Irey earns late model win with Shiels crowned champion; Weaver wins 305 feature and championship

By Brian Liskai

ATTICA, Ohio – A few weeks ago Craig Mintz was down on himself. He had crashed at Attica Raceway Park and decided to take some time away from racing to clear his mind and get refocused. It paid off Friday, Sept. 11 as the two-time Attica track champion took the lead with just six laps to go and survived a late race caution to score his first win of the season on Kistler Racing Products/Jon Wright’s Custom Chrome Plating/American Powersports presents the Mark Keegan Classic Season Championship Night.

“We haven’t won in a couple of years and I can’t tell you the last time we won at Attica. We have been struggling. And it’s not my guys…it’s me mentally. Some nights I’m not here mentally. Tonight we had a pretty good night overall. It was fun racing with Travis (Philo) and Cale (Conley) at the end. My wife is probably mad because she wasn’t here but I love her and my son and daughter. I have to thank my dad and Rich and we threw a new guy on our team tonight…it’s amazing to be here. To be honest with you this is a 2017 GF1 (chassis) so George Fisher must have been up there looking out after us,” said Mintz beside his Real Geese Decoys, Eagle Ignition Leads, KS Sales & Service, Kistler Racing Engines, Elite Wings backed 09.

“There were nights I sat home on Fridays and Saturdays and barely could watch because I wanted to be here. But I knew for the best for the team was take some time off and go build another race car and have it set up the way we wanted and come back strong rather than keep banging your head against the wall,” added Mintz about his 15th career Attica 410 victory.

Republic, Ohio’s Cap Henry racked up his first ever Attica Raceway Park track championship with his sixth place finish in a season that saw him win seven features at the track.

“My visor got so fogged up I couldn’t see those guys and I knew I should quit racing with Craig when I couldn’t find him. I just kind of backed up to make sure we could finish that thing. I can’t say enough about my team…it’s a team effort and I’m just proud of these guys. It’s incredible. We got really close last year and just couldn’t do it so to seal it off this year…it’s been a remarkable season. I haven’t won a championship in anything since I was a little kid in go-karts,” said Henry of his Lane Racing team.

Mansfield, Ohio’s Matt Irey came into championship night just 16 points behind Devin Shiels. All Irey could do was win and hope Shiels finished worst than third. Irey did his part but so did Shiels. Irey took the lead with five laps to go and drove to his second late model victory of the season at Attica and the fifth of his career. Shiels held on to finish third and claim his second track title by just two points.

“This thing has been a rocket ship all year. We broke a motor last week and we put the small motor in to come out tonight. I couldn’t do this without all my family and my wife…I got married two weeks ago. We did everything we could….just came up a little bit short,” said Irey beside his Mid-Ohio Graphics, Rod Eddleblute’s Garage, Robin Jakubick Realtor, Artisan Concrete, Flenner Water Well & Excavating, Kilgore & Harring CPA backed #36.

For Shiels, the pressure of having to finish in the top three to win the track title was pretty intense.

“I love double point nights…not. We blew the water pump off last week for our worst finish of the year. Luckily it wasn’t a point night,” said Shiels.

Fremont’s Paul Weaver put an exclamation point on his phenomenal year in the Fremont Fence 305 Sprints, dominating the 25 lap feature for his seventh win of the year and 56th of his career in the division. It wrapped up his fourth track title in the last five years.

“I have to thank B&B Drains…Pam and Steve Brown came on board last year and Dave Rice and Bob Hampshire for helping get the motor going…that’s the most expensive part. Anyone can buy a race car but the motors are out priced basically,” said Weaver of his B&B Drain Service, Hampshire Racing Engines, M&L Excavating, Seagate Sandblasting, Weaver Performance backed #1W.

Travis Philo and Ricky Peterson brought the field to green for the 30-lap 410 sprint feature with Philo grabbing the lead over Peterson with Cale Conley, Mintz, Cap Henry and Tim Shaffer battling hard for third. Mintz drove into second on lap two and closed quickly on Philo.

While the battle for the lead was entertaining so was the race for third between Conley and Henry. At the half-way point the leaders were slicing and dicing through heavy lapped traffic and Conley capitalized, taking second from Mintz on lap 17 and closed on Philo. But Mintz regrouped and retook the runner-up spot on lap 20 and four laps later drove under Philo for the lead.

The only thing that slowed Mintz’ march to the checkers was a caution with two laps to go. Mintz got a fantastic restart and drove away to the win over Conley who took second on the restart, Philo, Shaffer and Chad Kemenah.

With his fifth place finish, Kemenah has tightened the point battle with Cap Henry in the All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads/Kistler Racing Products Attica Fremont Championship Series Presented by the Baumann Auto Group heading into the championship night Saturday at Fremont Speedway.

Nate Potts and Mike Bores brought the field to green for the 25 lap late model feature with Bores, who scored the win a week ago, taking the lead over Shiels, Larry Bellman, Potts, Ryan Missler and Irey.

Bores pulled away to a commanding lead while the action behind him was heating up. Shiels ran comfortably in second with Bellman and Irey locked in a torrid battle for third. The leaders raced into heavy lapped traffic by the 12 circuit with Bores lead beginning to evaporate as Shiels and Irey closed. Irey took second with nine laps remaining and closed to within half a car length of Bores.

The only caution flew with five laps to go and on the restart Irey drove around Bores for the lead. Bores continued to drive under Irey but could not make the winning pass as Irey took the checkers over Bores, Shiels, Missler and Gregg Haskell.

Weaver and Jim McGrath comprised the front row of the 25 lap 305 sprint A-main and when the green flew a multi-car incident brought out the red; there were no injuries. On the second attempt for green Weaver drove into the lead and pulled away while the action behind him was entertaining.

A caution with seven laps to go put Seth Schneider, Matt Foos and Jamie Miller right on Weaver’s rear bumper but the veteran was able to pull away once again. A final caution with four laps to go would not slow Weaver’s march to the win and championship. He pulled away for the victory as Miller, Schneider, Foos and Kody Brewer rounded out the top five.

Keep up with Attica Raceway Park at www.atticaracewaypark.com or follow the track on Twitter @atticaracewyprk or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/atticaracewaypark and Instagram at attica_raceway_park.

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Jon Wright was already an old-car hobbyist when he founded Custom Chrome Plating in Grafton, Ohio to serve auto restorers, and that was over 50 years ago. Custom Chrome Plating handles the tough jobs that no one else will do. The attention to detail for which we are noted starts as soon as your parts arrive at CCP. The parts are photographed to create a visual record, which provides reference for each of the craftsmen who will work on refurbishing your parts. Each piece is examined in detail and any imperfections are marked for repair. Using whatever fabrication methods are necessary -welding, soldering, grinding, buffing- we will bring your parts back to their original shapes and dimensions. Some of the best hot rod, antique, and bike shops in the country use CCP for their plating needs.

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Attica Raceway Park

Friday, Sept. 11, 2020

410 Sprints – Callie’s Performance Products

Qualifying

1.18J-RJ Jacobs, 12.875; 2.09-Craig Mintz, 12.936; 3.3C-Cale Conley, 12.982; 4.4*-Tyler Street, 12.994; 5.28-Tim Shaffer, 13.059; 6.5T-Travis Philo, 13.070; 7.49-Shawn Dancer, 13.075; 8.3J-Trey Jacobs, 13.106; 9.27Z-Zane DeVault, 13.164; 10.8M-TJ Michael, 13.170; 11.2-Ricky Peterson, 13.179; 12.27-Keith Sheffer Jr, 13.220; 13.1-Nate Dussel, 13.246; 14.35-Stuart Brubaker, 13.266; 15.77I-John Ivy, 13.283; 16.16-DJ Foos, 13.295; 17.5-Byron Reed, 13.311; 18.15K-Chad Kemenah, 13.332; 19.9Z-Duane Zablocki, 13.335; 20.4-Cap Henry, 13.338; 21.97-Max Stambaugh, 13.383; 22.33W-Caleb Griffith, 13.384; 23.14-Chad Wilson, 13.389; 24.23-Cole Macedo, 13.436; 25.15-Mitch Harble, 13.436; 26.21N-Frankie Nervo, 13.481; 27.2L-Landon LaLonde, 13.555; 28.4T-Josh Turner, 13.721; 29.9W-Lance Webb, 13.913; 30.88N-Frank Neill, 14.366; 31.20-Danial Burkhart, 14.567;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 97-Max Stambaugh[2] ; 2. 49-Shawn Dancer[4] ; 3. 23-Cole Macedo[5] ; 4. 14-Chad Wilson[1] ; 5. 16-DJ Foos[3] ; 6. 2L-Landon LaLonde[6] ; 7. 9W-Lance Webb[8] ; 8. 4T-Josh Turner[7]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 15K-Chad Kemenah[1] ; 2. 4-Cap Henry[6] ; 3. 5-Byron Reed[2] ; 4. 8M-TJ Michael[4] ; 5. 77I-John Ivy[3] ; 6. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[5] ; 7. 88N-Frank Neill[8] ; 8. 33W-Caleb Griffith[7]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 3C-Cale Conley[4] ; 2. 2-Ricky Peterson[1] ; 3. 35-Stuart Brubaker[6] ; 4. 27Z-Zane DeVault[2] ; 5. 20-Danial Burkhart[8] ; 6. 1-Nate Dussel[5] ; 7. 3J-Trey Jacobs[3] ; 8. 15-Mitch Harble[7]

Heat 4, Group D - (8 Laps)

1. 28-Tim Shaffer[1] ; 2. 09-Craig Mintz[3] ; 3. 4*-Tyler Street[2] ; 4. 5T-Travis Philo[5] ; 5. 18J-RJ Jacobs[4] ; 6. 27-Keith Sheffer Jr[6] ; 7. 21N-Frankie Nervo[7]

B-Main 1 - (8 Laps)

1. 16-DJ Foos[1] ; 2. 1-Nate Dussel[4] ; 3. 3J-Trey Jacobs[6] ; 4. 4T-Josh Turner[7] ; 5. 9W-Lance Webb[5] ; 6. 20-Danial Burkhart[2] ; 7. 2L-Landon LaLonde[3] ; 8. 15-Mitch Harble[8]

B-Main 2 - (8 Laps)

1. 77I-John Ivy[1] ; 2. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[3] ; 3. 27-Keith Sheffer Jr[4] ; 4. 18J-RJ Jacobs[2] ; 5. 88N-Frank Neill[5] ; 6. 21N-Frankie Nervo[6] ; 7. 33W-Caleb Griffith[7]

A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)

1. 09-Craig Mintz[5] ; 2. 3C-Cale Conley[4] ; 3. 5T-Travis Philo[1] ; 4. 28-Tim Shaffer[7] ; 5. 15K-Chad Kemenah[9] ; 6. 4-Cap Henry[3] ; 7. 5-Byron Reed[12] ; 8. 97-Max Stambaugh[8] ; 9. 4*-Tyler Street[6] ; 10. 8M-TJ Michael[15] ; 11. 35-Stuart Brubaker[13] ; 12. 16-DJ Foos[17] ; 13. 77I-John Ivy[18] ; 14. 1-Nate Dussel[19] ; 15. 23-Cole Macedo[11] ; 16. 27Z-Zane DeVault[16] ; 17. 14-Chad Wilson[14] ; 18. 2-Ricky Peterson[2] ; 19. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[20] ; 20. 49-Shawn Dancer[10]

Hard charger: 5-Byron Reed +5

Late Models – Propane.com/Dirt Nerds Podcast

Heat 1 - (8 Laps)

1. 36-Matt Irey[6] ; 2. 5M-Ryan Markham[1] ; 3. 94-Mike Bores[3] ; 4. 51-Devin Shiels[4] ; 5. 44S-Colin Shipley[7] ; 6. 69W-Jeff Warnick[5] ; 7. 16-Steve Sabo[2]

Heat 2 - (8 Laps)

1. 8-Rob Anderzack[2] ; 2. 59-Larry Bellman[7] ; 3. 29-Nate Potts[5] ; 4. T18-Jeff Geis[1] ; 5. 69M-John Mayes Jr.[4] ; 6. 4M-Jamie Miller[6] ; 7. 12-Bobby Michaels[3]

Heat 3 - (8 Laps)

1. RH21-Gregg Haskell[2] ; 2. 50-Ryan Missler[6] ; 3. 98-Tim Sabo[4] ; 4. 03-Jim Gingery[3] ; 5. 23H-Craig Hartong[1] ; 6. 69R-Doug Baird[5]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 36-Matt Irey[6] ; 2. 94-Mike Bores[2] ; 3. 51-Devin Shiels[3] ; 4. 50-Ryan Missler[5] ; 5. RH21-Gregg Haskell[7] ; 6. 5M-Ryan Markham[10] ; 7. 59-Larry Bellman[4] ; 8. 29-Nate Potts[1] ; 9. 8-Rob Anderzack[11] ; 10. 98-Tim Sabo[12] ; 11. 16-Steve Sabo[19] ; 12. 69W-Jeff Warnick[16] ; 13. 4M-Jamie Miller[17] ; 14. T18-Jeff Geis[9] ; 15. 23H-Craig Hartong[15] ; 16. 69R-Doug Baird[18] ; 17. 69M-John Mayes Jr.[14] ; 18. 12-Bobby Michaels[20] ; 19. 03-Jim Gingery[8] ; 20. 44S-Colin Shipley[13]

Hard Charger: 16-Steve Sabo +8

305 Sprints – Fremont Fence

Heat 1 - (8 Laps)

1. 1W-Paul Weaver[1] ; 2. 11G-Luke Griffith[2] ; 3. 5-Kody Brewer[3] ; 4. X15-Kasey Ziebold[4] ; 5. 5K-Kasey Jedrzejek[5] ; 6. 85-Shawn Valenti[8] ; 7. 3X-Brandon Riehl[6] ; 8. 47-Matt Lucius[7]

Heat 2 - (8 Laps)

1. X-Mike Keegan[2] ; 2. 21X-Dustin Stroup[1] ; 3. 75-Jerry Dahms[4] ; 4. 5M-Mike Moore[3] ; 5. 9-Logan Riehl[5] ; 6. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[7] ; 7. 28-Tad Peck[6] ; 8. 77X-Jamin Kindred[8]

Heat 3 - (8 Laps)

1. 26-Jamie Miller[5] ; 2. 12F-Matt Foos[6] ; 3. 5JR-Jim McGrath Jr.[4] ; 4. 12-Kyle Capodice[7] ; 5. 19R-Steve Rando[8] ; 6. 29-Rich Farmer[2] ; 7. 22-Justin Lusk[3] ; 8. 51-Garrett Craine[1]

Heat 4 - (8 Laps)

1. 97-Kyle Peters[3] ; 2. 36-Seth Schneider[6] ; 3. 61-Tyler Shullick[4] ; 4. Z10-Brandon Moore[7] ; 5. 3V-Chris Verda[5] ; 6. 45-George Dorsey[1] ; 7. 1H-Zeth Sabo[2]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)

1. 19R-Steve Rando[2] ; 2. 85-Shawn Valenti[3] ; 3. 22-Justin Lusk[6] ; 4. 5K-Kasey Jedrzejek[1] ; 5. 3X-Brandon Riehl[5] ; 6. 47-Matt Lucius[7] ; 7. 51-Garrett Craine[8] ;

B-Main 2 - (10 Laps)

1. 9-Logan Riehl[1] ; 2. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[3] ; 3. 29-Zeth Sabo [8] ; 4. 3V-Chris Verda[2] ; 5. 28-Tad Peck[5] ; 6. 45-George Dorsey[4] ; 7. 77X-Jamin Kindred[7]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 1W-Paul Weaver[1] ; 2. 26-Jamie Miller[8] ; 3. 36-Seth Schneider[6] ; 4. 12F-Matt Foos[10] ; 5. 5-Kody Brewer[5] ; 6. 97-Kyle Peters[7] ; 7. 21X-Dustin Stroup[11] ; 8. 5JR-Jim McGrath Jr.[2] ; 9. 12-Kyle Capodice[15] ; 10. 19R-Steve Rando[17] ; 11. 11G-Luke Griffith[12] ; 12. 29-Zeth Sabo [22] ; 13. X-Mike Keegan[4] ; 14. 85-Shawn Valenti[19] ; 15. 22-Justin Lusk[21] ; 16. 9-Logan Riehl[18] ; 17. 5M-Mike Moore[14] ; 18. 75-Jerry Dahms[9] ; 19. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[20] ; 20. X15-Kasey Ziebold[13] ; 21. 61-Tyler Shullick [3]; 22. Z10-Brandon Moore[16]

Hard charger: 19R-Steve Rando +7

 

 

First of Two Championship Nights Complete at Skagit Speedway

9/10/20

Alger, WA - Two championships were decided on the first of two championship nights of racing at Skagit Speedway. On Thursday night, it was Kelsey Carpenter and Jared Peterson winning the season titles in the Cook Road Shell Sportsman Sprints and NW Focus Midgets respectively. Jesse Schlotfeldt won the Sportsman Sprint Main, while Peterson capped his championship season with the A Main win.

The twenty five lap A Main for the Sportsman Sprints featured carnage and drama, as multiple stoppages gave the leaders multiple chances to bunch up and race for the top spot. Schlotfeldt would lead every lap of the main with Chase Goetz hot on his heels in lapped traffic. Goetz would hold off Sean Johnson for second, keeping Johnson from the one additional finishing position he needed to tie Kelsey Carpenter in points. Carpenter would finish sixth after a torrid battle with Ashleigh Johnson for fifth, giving him his fifth title in the Sportsman Sprints and seventh total at the track. Car owner Bill Rude won his third title with Kelsey and fourth overall.

Jared Peterson was the feature winner and season champion for the NW Focus Midgets. Nick Evans led from the drop of the green, with Evan Margeson and Nik Larson putting big pressure on him. Peterson started seventh and weaved his way forward until moving into the runner up spot around lap 13. Finding the high side of the speedway working well, Jared ran the cushion the whole way around to take the top spot from Nick on lap 17 as he stormed to the win, his fourth at skagit and seventh on the season with the series. The owner's championship came to former Sportsman Sprint co-champ from 1993 Mark Steen and his wife Jolene, who field the Inlaws Racing #32 for Peterson. Evans would finish second in the main and in the season points as well, with Evan Margeson third in the feature.

While Cory Sweatman led the final ten laps of the Outlaw Tuner main event, the official win went to Rick Young as Sweatman was judged to not meet tech specs for the class. It was Young;s first victory of 2020. Zach Dalrymple and Jon Edwards rounded out the podium.

Cook Road Shell Sportsman Sprints

Fast Time - Sean Johnson 12.405

Heat 1 - Eric Turner

Heat 2 - Eric Fisher

Heat 3 - Jesse Schlotfeldt

Main - Jesse Schlotfeldt, Chase Goetz, Sean Johnson, Eric Fisher, Ashleigh Johnson, Kelsey Carpenter, Steve Parker, Steve Vague, Brett McGhie, Cory Summers, Matt Loving, John Tharp, Gunnar Martin, Bill Rude, Jeff Dunlap, Daniel Cernich, Tom Weiss, Jamee Gardner, Eric Turner

Lap Leaders - Schlotfeldt 1-25

Rocket Engines Hard Charger - Summers +5

Season Champion - Kelsey Carpenter

NW Focus Midgets

Heat 1 - Evan Margeson

Heat 2 - Alex Peck

Heat 3 - Shane Smith

Main - Jared Peterson, Nick Evans, Evan Margeson, Nik Larson, Chance Crum, Colton Heath, Alex Peck, Seth Hespe, Alden Ostrom, Levi Harless, Marty Rosler, Ashley Thompson, Mike Stryker, Jesse Munn, Wes Gibbs, Ray Stebbins, Hailey Bower, Shane Smith, Kyle Hanson, Jake Munn, Michael Hodel, JD Dryden, Brian Holmkvist

Lap Leaders - Evans 1-16 Peterson 17-25

Season Champion - Jared Peterson

Outlaw Tuners

Heat 1 - Rick Young

Heat 2 - Zach Dalrymple

Main - Rick Young, Zach Dalrymple, Jon Edwards, Colin Sims, Mike Thomas, Tricia Michelson, Mike Macpherson, Jon Gunderson, Cory Sweatman

Lap Leaders - Edwards 1-3 Young 4-6 Sweatman 7-17

 

 

Alberding, E. Whisler, J. Whisler, DeSilva, Barth, And Bryant Taste Success At Cottage Grove
By Stephanie Deatherage
Cottage Grove, Oregon- Saturday, September 5th, would be the first of two nights of action at Cottage Grove Speedway over Labor Day Weekend. Six divisions were on the card including Limited Sprints, IMCA Modifieds, Late Models, IMCA Sport Mods, Street Stocks, and IMCA Sport Compacts.

Winston’s Kyle Alberding would earn the victory in the Limited Sprints. It is Alberding's first win at CGS in 2020 and he is the fifth different winner this year.
Shane Forte, of Junction City, and Arlington, Washington traveler, Brett McGhie, were second and third. Don Waddell, from Roseburg, placed fourth with fifth going to Brian Boswell, also of Roseburg.

In IMCA Modified action, Eston Whisler picked up a huge win. Already a Late Model winner earlier this season the Otis teenager achieved his first Modified victory of the campaign. Keizer’s John Campos was the runner-up over third finishing Jake Mayden, from Springfield. Veterans Aaron Sheelar, of Springfield, and Paul Rea, of Eugene, wrapped up the top five in fourth and fifth.

In the Late Models, it would another Whisler in victory lane. Jimmy, Eston’s father, collected his third Late Model win at “The Grove” and his second in a row. Medford veteran Mark Wauge posted a second-place result over third-place Brian Smith, of Lebanon, and racing for car owners Jerry and Mandee Casey. Fourth went to Doug Elkins, from Salem, while crossing the finish line in fifth would be Sweet Home’s Kye Frick.

Another new face emerged victorious in the IMCA Sport Mods.
Mike DeSilva, of Springfield, got the job done and visited victory lane at Cottage Grove for the first time in around a decade. DeSilva’s nephew, Springfield chauffeur Daniel Ray, was a respectable second while taking home third was Michael Melton, of Battle Ground, Washington.
Isaac Sanders, from the coastal city of Brookings, collected fourth and behind him, in fifth, was Roseburg’s David Schmidt.

In the Street Stocks, Garrett Barth had a breakout performance. The Creswell racer took home his first win of the season after several decent runs.
Michael Hollingsworth, also from Creswell, posted a second-place finish over Eugene’s Adam Applebee, in third.
Creswell veteran Barney Hamilton came out for the first time in a while and ended the race fourth, in the Jake Mayden owned entry, while the top five was completed by fifth finishing Eric Freeman, of Cottage Grove.

Last but not least were the IMCA Sport Compacts. Burnie Bryant, from Sutherlin, picked up his second win in the IMCA Sport Compacts which now makes his tied for the most victories in the division this year. Eugene’s Brad Moffett was second and third went to Ricky Ashley, of Thurston, in the Randy Kuhl car. The balance of the top five would consist of Cottage Grove’s Kerry Cooper and Mark Milligan, from Eugene.

Cottage Grove Speedway returns to racing on Sunday, September 6th for the second night of the doubleheader weekend. Classes in action will once more be the Limited Sprints, IMCA Modifieds, Late Models, IMCA Sport Mods, Street Stocks, and IMCA Sport Compacts. For more information log on to www.cottagegrovespeedway.com or check out the track Facebook page.

Race Results
Saturday, September 5th, 2020
Cottage Grove Speedway
Cottage Grove, Oregon

Limited Sprints
A Feature: 1. Kyle Alberding; 2. Shane Forte; 3. Brett McGhie; 4. Don Waddell; 5. Brian Boswell; 6. Ricky Ashley; 7. Cooper Desbiens; 8. Brian Crockett; 9. T.J. Winningham; 10. Anissa Curtice; 11. Enrique Jamie; 12. Tim Minter; DQ Jesse Schlotfeldt

IMCA Modifieds
A Feature: 1. Eston Whisler; 2. John Campos; 3. Jake Mayden; 4. Aaron Sheelar; 5. Paul Rea; 6. Jesse Williamson; 7. Steven Sturdevant; 8. Derick Young; 9. Paul Culp; 10. Sam Carlisle; 11. Nick Bessette; 12. Jason Begley; 13. David Satterfield; 14. Dick Wright; 15. Eric Ashley; 16. Roy Kirk Jr.; 17. Chad Groves; 18. Chance Hyser

Late Models
A Feature: 1. Jimmy Whisler; 2. Mark Wauge; 3. Brian Smith; 4. Doug Elkins; 5. Kye Frick; 6. Mike Peters; 7. Rob Campos; 8. Nathan Augustine; 9. Ryan Ronning; 10. Garrett Dees; 11. Chad Groves; 12. Chuck Christian; 13. Bruce Rayburn Jr.

IMCA Sport Mods
A Feature: 1. Mike DeSilva; 2. Daniel Ray; 3. Michael Melton; 4. Isaac Sanders; 5. David Schmidt; 6. Aaron Bloom; 7. K.C. Scott; 8. Doug Coffman; 9. Chuck Carson; 10. Jim Smith; 11. Jerry Casey; 12. Kevin Kirk; 13. Theran Trissell; 14. Dustin Comer; 15. Chris Hallberg; 16. Jeff Clough; 17. John Player; 18. Hunter Bloom; 19. Steven Sanders; 20. Matt Sanders; 21. Dalton Bloom; 22. Shawn Hand

Street Stocks
A Feature: 1. Garrett Barth; 2. Michael Hollingsworth; 3. Adam Applebee; 4. Barney Hamilton; 5. Eric Freeman; 6. Robert Hughes; 7. Larry Owens; 8. Troy Chamberlain; 9. Braedon Casto

IMCA Sport Compacts
A Feature: 1. Burnie Bryant; 2. Brad Moffett; 3. Ricky Ashley; 4. Kerry Cooper; 5. Mark Milligan; 6. Bradley Martin; 7. Jeremy DeGroot; 8. Willie Sutton; 9. Tim Maltebarger; 10. Barry Cannon; 11. Cole Trissell; 12. Rich Dickensen; 13. Dusten Henderson; 14. Chloe Van Sant; 15. Ryan Dickensen; 16. Scarlett Drake; 17. Michael Kennerly; 18. Kimberly Cannon; 19. Mark Henderson

 

R. Ashley Wins Two Features On CGS Sunday Special;

J. Williamson, J. Whisler, Ray, And Osborne Also Obtain Wins

By Stephanie Deatherage Cottage Grove, Oregon- Cottage Grove Speedway rounded up their Labor Day Weekend on Sunday, September 6th. The same six divisions from the previous night returned to the ¼-mile clay oval. Those classes included the Limited Sprints, IMCA Modifieds, Late Models, IMCA Sport Mods, Street Stocks, and IMCA Sport Compacts.

In the Limited Sprint division, it was Ricky Ashley parkin his mount in victory lane. It is the first time that the Thurston driver has won in the Sprints this season. Grants Pass newcomer, R.J. McGahuey, was an impressive runner-up over third finishing Tyrell Mead, of Winston and racing for car owner Brian Crockett. The rest of the top five placers were made up of Anissa Curtice, from Eureka, California, and Cooper Desbiens, of Sutherlin.

A good turnout of IMCA Modifieds made the journey on Sunday. Eugene’s Jesse Williamson took care of business to become the newest winner in the class. Eston Whisler, of Otis, was second with Springfield chauffeur Jake Mayden in third. Keizer’s John Campos got fourth while Nick Bessette, from Battle Ground, Washington, completed the top five, in fifth. Jasper driver Eric Ashley won the consolation race.

Jimmy Whisler doubled up his winning total in the Late Model ranks. The Otis racer now has three consecutive victories at Cottage Grove and four in total. Sweet Home’s Kye Frick placed second while Brian Smith, from Lebanon and racing the Jerry and Mandee Casey owned machine, got third. Toledo traveler Jordan Wright was fourth over fifth finishing Rob Campos, of Scio.

A whole bunch of IMCA Sport Mods was also in the pit area for the final night of the weekend. Despite finishing a close runner-up the night before, Springfield’s Daniel Ray hit pay dirt for the first time in over three years. Aaron Bloom, of Cottage Grove, ended the race second while behind him, in third, was Isaac Sanders, from Brookings. Yreka, California youngster Riley Peery put in a fourth-place effort over fifth finishing Matt Sanders, also of Brookings. Gold Hills pilot Joby Shields was victorious in the B Main.

In the Street Stocks, the division witnessed the first repeat winner of 2020. That individual would be Graig Osborne, of Creswell, as he scored his second CGS of the season. Fellow Creswell racer Garrett Barth ended his weekend second followed by Blake Lehman, from Terrebonne, in third. Redmond’s Dillon Solum was fourth while Jake Mayden, doing double duty, got fifth.

Rounding up the weekend was the IMCA Sport Compacts. Ricky Ashley, racing in two divisions and wheeling the Randy Kuhl owned car, broke the tie for most wins in the class. It is Ashley’s third Sport Compact win of the year. Cottage Grove’s Kerry Cooper managed to collect second with third credited to Brad Moffett, of Eugene. Ryan Dickensen, of Roseburg, and Union Gap driver Michael Kennerly, were fourth and fifth.

Cottage Grove Speedway is scheduled to be sark this weekend with racing returning on Saturday, September 19th. Make sure to stay up to date on the track website and Facebook page for future announcements.

Race Results: Sunday, September 6th, 2020 Cottage Grove Speedway Cottage Grove, Oregon

Limited Sprints A Feature: 1. Ricky Ashley; 2. R.J. McGahuey; 3. Tyrell Mead; 4. Anissa Curtice; 5. Cooper Desbiens; 6. David Marble; 7. Brian Boswell; 8. Don Waddell; 9. Jesse Schlotfeldt; 10. Tim Minter; 11. Enrique Jamie; 12. Brett McGhie; 13. Shane Forte; 14. T.J. Winningham

IMCA Modifieds A Feature: 1. Jesse Williamson; 2. Eston Whisler; 3. Jake Mayden; 4. John Campos; 5. Nick Bessette; 6. Derick Young; 7. Chad Groves; 8. Eric Ashley; 9. Dave Duste Jr.; 10. Sam Carlisle; 11. Paul Culp; 12. Blair Shoemaker; 13. Chance Hyser; 14. Tom Lawson; 15. James Anderson; 16. Shawn Scofield; 17. Wayne Sturdevant; 18. Paul Rea; 19. Steven Sturdevant; 20. Dan Shellar

B Feature: 1. Eric Ashley; 2. Dan Shellar; 3. Tom Lawson; 4. James Anderson; 5. Roy Kirk Jr.; 6. Shawn Scofield; 7. Dick Wright; 8. Jason Begley

Late Models A Feature: 1. Jimmy Whisler; 2. Kye Frick; 3. Brian Smith; 4. Jordan Wright; 5. Rob Campos; 6. Mark Wauge; 7. Jason Johnson; 8. Nathan Augustine; 9. Doug Elkins; 10. Mike Peters; 11. Garrett Dees; 12. Chad Groves; 13. Bruce Rayburn Jr.; 14. Chuck Christian

IMCA Sport Mods A Feature: 1. Daniel Ray; 2. Aaron Bloom; 3. Isaac Sanders; 4. Ryan Peery; 5. Matt Sanders; 6. K.C. Scott; 7. Mike DeSilva; 8. Chris Hallberg; 9. Michael Lavery; 10. Joby Shields; 11. Dustin Comer; 12. Doug Coffman; 13. Michael Melton; 14. Steven Sanders; 15. Jerry Casey; 16. David Schmidt; 17. Jeff Clough; 18. Braedon Hand; 19. Kevin Kirk; 20. Theran Trissell

B Feature: 1. Joby Shields; 2. Jeff Clough; 3. Michael Lavery; 4. Kevin Kirk; 5. Jerry Casey; 6. Hunter Bloom; 7. Jim Smith; 8. John Player

Street Stocks A Feature: 1. Graig Osborne; 2. Garrett Barth; 3. Blake Lehman; 4. Dillon Solum; 5. Jake Mayden; 6. Michael Hollingsworth; 7. Jody Tanner; 8. Braedon Casto; 9. Robert Hughes; 10. Daniel Land; 11. Troy Chamberlain; 12. Eric Freeman; 13. Larry Owens; 14. Anthony Prather

IMCA Sport Compacts A Feature: 1. Ricky Ashley; 2. Kerry Cooper; 3. Brad Moffett; 4. Ryan Dickensen; 5. Michael Kennerly; 6. Bradley Martin; 7. Mark Milligan; 8. Burnie Bryant; 9. Andrew Wright; 10. Jeremy DeGroot; 11. Tim Maltebarger; 12. Barry Cannon; 13. Jeff Cooper; 14. Kimberly Cannon; 15. Willie Sutton

 

 

Adams scores wild Path Valley win

Seizing his final opportunity, Lebanon’s Devin Adams executed a perfect inside pass in traffic on the final turn of the final lap of Path Valley Speedway Park’s 25-lap PA Sprint Series feature race Saturday, then held off Domenic Melair’s determined bid for his first PASS win and scored the victory by 0.087 seconds in a thrilling side-by-side finish.

It was the fourth career IMCA/RaceSaver win for the driver of the Fredericksburg Eagle Hotel/Adams Auto Sales/Garden Spot Auto Auction #99, but it was Adams’ first victory in what had been a somewhat frustrating 2020 season and his first at Path Valley.

For Melair, it was a heartbreaking loss. The Warrington driver passed Adams and pole-winning Garrett Bard to take the early lead in his Glen Del Labradors #55 but fell inches short of the win. Still, it was the best career finish yet for a young driver who, like Adams, is in his third season with PASS. Melair now has four top-6 finishes in his last six races and has become a regular contender.

John Walp battled with the lead contingent throughout the race and came home third, ahead of Bard and Ryan Lynn. Nathan Gramley, Jake Frye, Dustin Smith, Jeffrey Weaver and Scott Frack rounded out the top 10.

Bard had to take the initial lead three times after the first two starts were negated by minor incidents, then survived a scary bounce in turn one that cost him his lead. Lynn moved steadily through the field and earned the hard charger award, advancing 11 positions.

There actually was a tie for hard charger, but the win went to Lynn as the highest finisher. Special mention went to the other charger, though: Tom Carberry advanced from 23rd to 12th after having his car bounce over the guard rail and into the second turn catchfence at the start of his heat race. Despite the car’s precarious perch and the difficulty for track workers to bring it back to earth, Carberry’s team was able to make repairs and put him in position for an impressive feature run.

Heat races for the 24-car field were won by Adams, Melair and Frye.

For schedule information and the latest news, visit www.pasprintseries.com or the PA Sprint Series Facebook page.

Results from Path Valley Speedway Park, September 5, 2020

HEAT 1 – 1. 99-Devin Adams; 2. 52-Jeffrey Weaver; 3. 23-Nathan Gramley; 4. 17K-Kyle Keen; 5. 13-Kurt Knepper; 6. 26-Ryan Lynn; 7. 80-Dave Wickham; 8. 1X-Tom Carberry (DNF).

HEAT 2 – 1. 55-Domenic Melair; 2. 39X-Scott Frack; 3. 6X-Brad Mellott; 4. 5-John Walp; 5. 1-Rowdy Heffner; 6. 4C-Cody Hackenberry; 7. 7-Jim Kennedy. DNS – 24/7-Mikell McGee.

HEAT 3 – 1. 56-Jake Frye; 2. 21-Rob Felix; 3. 11-Dustin Smith; 4. 95-Garrett Bard; 5. 83-Larry McVay; 6. M1-Justin Mills; 7. 46-Mike Alleman; 8. 17R-Frank Rusnock.

FEATURE – 1. 99-Devin Adams; 2. 55-Domenic Melair; 3. 5-John Walp; 4. 95-Garrett Bard; 5. 26-Ryan Lynn; 6. 23-Nathan Gramley; 7. 56-Jake Frye; 8. 11-Dustin Smith; 9. 52-Jeffrey Weaver; 10. 39X-Scott Frack; 11. 83-Larry McVay; 12. 1X-Tom Carberry; 13. M1-Justin Mills; 14. 1-Rowdy Heffner; 15. 4C-Cody Hackenberry; 16. 46-Mike Alleman; 17. 80-Dave Wickham; 18. 6X-Brad Mellott; 19. 13-Kurt Knepper; 20. 7-Jim Kennedy; 21. 17R-Frank Rusnock; 22. 21-Rob Felix; 23. 17K-Kyle Keen. DNS – 24/7-Mikell McGee.

 

 

Bubak sprints to IMCA RaceSaver Nationals crown

By Greg Soukup

EAGLE, Neb. (Sept. 6) – A driver who’s been a contender became a champion Sunday night at Eagle Raceway.

Jake Bubak led the last six laps in winning the eighth annual RaceSaver Nationals at America’s Home Track, after finishing third, third and fourth the last three years.

Along with the $2,500 top prize, Bubak repeated in taking the $1,000 to win Jake Ita Memorial Race of Champions on Saturday night. Nearly 90 teams vied at the biggest IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car event of the season.

Bubak’s win came from outside the second row of the three-wide start.

“I didn’t mind starting in the second row, I just didn’t want to start in the middle,” he said. “But as I told another racer ‘It’s the same for everybody’ so we just go along with it. We moved up fairly quickly, and towards the end it was kind of attrition. Joey (Danley) ended up bouncing and then spinning out and then Ethan (Barrow) breaking that wheel center was really unfortunate.”

“We had a great weekend for sure. I’m just happy that we were able to capitalize on the oppor­tunity and win the race,” he continued. “We enjoy coming to Eagle Raceway. It’s a track that I feel we do fairly decent at every time. Even if we have to start far back, we always find our way to the front. It’s a fun track.”

Trevor Serbus, Dustin Stroup, Trevor Grossenbacher and Stuart Snyder rounded out the top five.

Barrow had led lap one followed by Danley, Serbus and Bubak in the 74B. Tyler Drueke got past Bubak and the field entered lapped traffic on the seventh circuit.

After a restart, Barrow again caught up to lapped traffic on lap 13 before Danley spun two laps later. Drueke dropped back on the restart to move Bubak to third and Grossenbacher to fourth.

Barrow’s right rear tire came off after the center of the wheel broke on lap 18, sending him into the wall and Serbus inherited the lead. Cody Ledger jumped the cushion in 1 & 2 on the restart, climbed and then riding along the wall before rolling over.

Chad Wilson took over fourth but gave the spot back to Stroup the next time around. Bubak passed Serbus with six circuits remaining and led to the checkers.

Feature results – 1. Jake Bubak Lubbock, Texas; 2. Trevor Serbus, Olivia, Minn.; 3. Dustin Stroup, Fremont, Ohio; 4. Trevor Grossenbacher, Panama; 5. Stuart Snyder, Lincoln; 6. Casey Burkham, Combine, Texas; 7. Zach Blurton, Quinter, Kan.; 8. Jason Martin, Crete; 9. Chad Wil­son, North Richland Hills, Texas; 10. Toby Chapman, Panama; 11. Claud Estes III, Godley, Texas; 12. Bradley Sterrett, Bloomington, Ind.; 13. Jason Danley, Lincoln; 14. Dusty Ballenger, Harrisburg, S.D.; 15. Joey Danley, Lincoln; 16. Chad Koch, Murdock, Neb.; 17. Adam Gullion, Lincoln; 18. Jay Russell, Wathena, Kan.; 19. Cody Ledger, Omaha; 20. Mark Pace, Lincoln; 21. John Ricketts, Burleson, Texas; 22. Neil Nickolite, Bellwood; 23. Ethan Barrow, Bloomington, Ind.; 24. Ryan King, Bennet; 25. Tyler Drueke, Eagle; 26. Clint Benson, Papillion; 27. Doug Lovegrove Waverly.

 

 

CAP HENRY TOPS PETE JACOBS MEMORIAL FEATURE; ZACH MILBEE ZIPS TO STEEL BLOCK LATE MODEL CHECKERS; MOORE PARKS IT TWICE IN VICTORY LANE

Orrville, Ohio

Sunday, September 6, 2020

By Mike Swanger

It was a full house of fans and cars at Wayne County Speedway Sunday evening for the Pete Jacobs Memorial as the Sprint cars were chasing after the $13,000 winners share for the feature. Dash winner Lee Jacobs would take his pole position spot and lead the opening eight circuits with fifth starting Cap Henry grabbing second on the first lap with fast qualifier Tim Shaffer taking third from Tyler Street om lap three. The red flag would wave on lap six when Trey Jacobs flipped in turn two as he was ok but ended his night. On the restart, Henry would put the pressure on Jacobs for the lead while Shaffer and Jac Haudenschild dueled for third. Henry would power past Jacobs coming out of turn two and take the lead on lap nine and on the next circuit, Haudenschild motored past Jacobs for second with Shaffer taking third the next lap from Jacobs. Following a caution on lap 17, Haudenschild would try sliders in turn one and two the next two laps but Henry would crossover both times to hold off the Sprintcar Hall of Famer. From that point on, Henry and his Beer Barrel Bourbon, F K Rod Ends and Linder's #4 would begin to pull away as Haudenschild tagged the wall in both corners of the track to try and chase Henry back down but could not catch back up to Henry as the checkered flag flew. For Henry, this was his third win at WCS this season as the Republic driver won the OVSCA race on June 13th and won the Speedweek Duffy Smith Memorial on July 6th. Haudenschild finished second followed by Shaffer and Cale Conley with Cole Duncan taking fifth. Heat winners were Stuart Brubaker, Lee Jacobs, Henry and Street as each of them picked up $100 for the win plus a trophy that each of them donated to a youngster in the stands. Shaffer picked up $250 for the fast time with Chris Myers collecting another $250 for the hard charger and Trey Jacobs getting a gift certificate from Wilwood Brakes for the hard luck award.

The Steel Block Late Model Series made their first ever visit to 'Orrville's Historic Oval' and the first ten laps of the 25 car feature was marred by several cautions but things settled down. Nick Corbitt led the opening 16 circuits with Poca WV's Zach Milbee and points leader Pete Crum in pursuit. After a lap 16 yellow flag, Milbee and his Dohm Cycles, Octane Race Products and Finish 1 Auto Body #5m swiped the top spot away from Corbitt as Crum would make it a three car race. With the laps dwindling down, Clint Keenan challenged Corbitt and Crum for second as Milbee began to pull away. Crum secured second with two circuits to go as Corbitt fended of Keenan's charge for third as Matt Melvin filled out the top five. Crum, Milbee and Keenan bested the heat races with David Giaugue collecting the Accu Force Dyno's & Testers Hard Charger award.

Brandon Craver used the pole position to lead the first lap of the McKenzie Concrete Super Stock main but after that it was fifth starting Mansfield's Kyle Moore taking over and he would breeze to his fourth win of the season aboard the Bob Daugherty owned, R C Kuhn & Sons, Met's Machine and Smith Fabricating #21d. Craver kept second place from Seth Dickerson, Took Wiles and Chase Alexander until two laps to go when Craver's car slowed and brought out the caution. This negated Moore's big lead and gave the field a chance to steal the win from Moore on the double file restart, but he would not have anyone taking the win from him as he once again pulled away for the win. Dickerson was second as Took Wiles finished third after coming back from causing a caution. Chase Alexander ran fourth as Don Rutt came back to finish fifth after also bring out the caution flag earlier in the race. Moore and Wiles notched the heat wins.

The Modifieds finished the night out with one of the most competitive races of the year and the last two laps were like seeing who the best strongman was. Jimmy Smith took the outside pole position to set the pace for the opening three laps but sixth starting Kyle Moore took over at that point with Nathon Loney and Doug Drown putting Smith back to fourth on the next lap. A caution on lap six double filed the field and when the green waved again, both Loney and Drown moved past Moore with Drown claiming the point from Loney on the next trip around. Following a lap 11 caution, the field began to line up when Loney's car came to a stop with mechanical issues and had to be towed off. The race turned into a back and forth, slide job and croos overs for the rest of the way as Moore led lap 12, Drown took over for the next two lap then Moore for two laps and then Drown for the next three including the white flag lap. As the two came out of turn two on the last lap, they made hard contact with each other with the cars getting out of shape, Moore was able to get his back under control quicker than Drown could and beat him back to the finish line by just a car length. For Moore and his Kepling Flooring, Moore's Used Tires and Arnold Motorsports #11*, it would be his sixth modified win at WCS. following Drown was Smith, Robbie Ledger and Mark Gardiner. Heat winners were Moore and Loney.

A big thanks to DAC Equine Vitamins and Supplements, Rod Ends Supply, Outerwears, Schoenfeld, Hoosier Tires, Simpson Race Products, Kear's Speedshop, Kistler Racing, Engler, and Accu Force for their partnership for the nights races.

The next race will be on Friday, September 25 when the NOS Energy World of Outlaw Sprint cars return for the make up from the July race with the Super Stock in action also.

WAYNE COUNTY SPEEDWAY RESULTS

Sunday, September 6, 2020

Pine Tree Towing & Recovery Sprints

Fast Qualifier Tim Shaffer 14.650 seconds

Heat 1 Stuart Brubaker, Tim Shaffer, Jac Haudenschild, Rico Abreu, D J Netto, Chris Myers, Ray Miller, Jordan Ryan

Heat 2 Lee Jacobs, Ricky Peterson, R J Jacobs, Cole Duncan, T J Michael, Steve Butler, Danial Burkhart

Heat 3 Cap Henry, Cale Conley, Dean Jacobs, Broc Martin, Henry Malcuit, John Ivy, Danny Mumaw

Heat 4 Tyler Street, Trey Jacobs, Buddy Kofoid, Jack Sodeman Jr., Wyatt Zimmerman, Cole Macedo, Chad Kemenah

Dash Lee Jacobs, Tyler Street, Tim Shaffer, Stuart Brubaker, Cap Henry, Jac Haudenschild, Ricky Peterson, Cole Duncan, Trey Jacobs, Cale Conley

B Main Chris Myers, John Ivy, Steve Butler, Danny Mumaw, Danial Burkhart, Ray Miller, Jordan Ryan dns, Cole Macedo dns, Chad Kemenah dns

PETE JACOBS MEMORIAL Cap Henry, Jac Haudenschild, Tim Shaffer, Cale Conley, Cole Duncan, Lee Jacobs, Dean Jacobs, Tyler Street, Broc Martin, R J Jacobs, Stuart Brubaker, T J Michael, Chris Myers, Buddy Kofoid, D J Netto, John Ivy, Ricky Peterson, Danial Burkhart, Ray Miller, Wyatt Zimmerman, Jack Sodeman Jr., Danny Mumaw, Henry Malcuit, Rico Abreu, Trey Jacobs, Steve Butler

STEEL BLOCK LATE MODELS

Heat 1 Pete Crum, Nick Corbitt, Chuck Simons, Jacob Curnutte, Jim Cochran, Kent Kayser, John Mayes, Damon Haught, Corey Delancey

Heat 2 Zach Milbee, Chase Frohnapfel, Russ Frohnapfel, Matt Melvin, Steve Sabo, Randy Davis, Kyle Wiser, Keith Tish, David Giauque

Heat 3 Clint Keenan, Thomas Baker, Dave Wirt, Jimmy Morey, Johnny Vandale, Aaron Phillis, Jason Skelly, Phil Wade, Ronnie Souders dns

Feature Zach Milbee, Pete Crum, Nick Corbitt, Clint Keenan, Matt Melvin, Johnny Vandale, Jimmy Morey, Kent Kayser, Steve Sabo, Randy Davis, Keith Tish, David Giaugue, Kyle Wiser, Chuck Simons, Jim Cochran, Chase Frohnapfel, Jason Skelly, John Mayes, Damon Haught, Phil Wade, Aaron Phillis, Dave Wirt, Russ Frohnapfel, Jacob Curnutte, Thomas Baker, Corey Delancey dns, Ronnie Souders dns

 

 

The Sprint Car Bandits Will Be RIDIN' THE RAIL AT K-DALE SATURDAY September 26th for the Final Time in 2020!

Kennedale, TX (09/07/20) by DarinShort.com. The best 360C.I. powered Sprint Car teams of the region will be assembled to figuratively and literally shred the black dirt of the ¼ mile KENNEDALE SPEEDWAY PARK Saturday September 26th at 7pm, when the NCRA Sprint Car Bandits® (SCB) series presents the running of "Ridin' the Rail at K-Dale."

:30 KSP SCB REWIND 6/27/20: For those of you that were at this event in June, you already know what 'Ridin' the Rail at K-Dale' means, as Chad Wilson would ride the tippy-top rail around KSP in dense lapped traffic while Jeb Sessums would track him down and take the lead with two laps to go, then Wilson would take the lead - and nearly losing coming down for the checkers by banging off the rail in a wild finish to the 25-lap championship feature event. To relive the event, click https://youtu.be/mP0L-ZVQnuA and check out the attached video-stills to see just how close it was by visiting the pinned post on the SCB Facebook page. There was one stoppage in the feature, and that was for Colby Estes who took a hard tumble at the apex of corners 3 and 4. Interestingly enough, in the 2019 SCB event at KSP, Wilson would start 4th and track down race-long leader Jeb Sessums to take the win in the non-stop 25-lapper. We would like to thank Bo Rawdon and track crew for providing a stellar racing surface for the fans and racers.

BACK TO SEPT. 26: Track Promoter Tony Dycus comments: “The NCRA Sprint Car Bandits series brings a great group of cars to Kennedale Speedway Park, with huge crowds every time, and the quality of the racing is second to none and our fans love them, so that's why we added a second SCB date in 2020. And we’re holding the line on ticket pricing. Adults can get in to see these events for just $16 so more families can afford to take it in.”

Pit Gates open at 4pm on race day, Saturday September 26th, with racing at 7pm. Grandstands open at 5pm. Adult GA to this huge event is just $16! Kids are $5, Seniors just $10, and all pit passes are $35. KSP divisions will round out the very full night of racing, including the Season Championships for the IMCA Modifieds, SportMods, Stock Cars & Sport Compact divisions; plus the Factory Stocks and Junior Mini Stocks. The SCB are slated to run 2nd division out for the feature event (determined by when optimum track conditions for sprint cars exist, as all SCB events.). Note that at the time of writing Tarrant County is currently requiring face masks be worn at events such as this, when and where social distancing cannot be maintained.

Kennedale Speedway Park (KSP) is located at 6727 Hudson Village Creek Kennedale, TX 76060. Click www.raceKSP.com for complete track details. You can email raceKSP@yahoo.com or Track Promoter Tony Dycus at Tony.Dycus@yahoo.com if you need additional information. By searching ‘Kennedale Speedway Park’ on Facebook, you can check out the very latest in track updates, pictures and much more.

SPRINT CAR TEAMS: Standard SCB posted rules and purse structure are in effect. All eligible sprint car teams of 360C.I. or lower must go to www.SprintCarBandits.com prior to arrival for complete rules and procedures information, so their car is ready for action when they arrive at the track on race day. Eligibility rules are also posted on the rules page, contact the series with any questions. No entry fee or series membership fee is required; just a $20 draw-in fee. All non-qualifiers or non-starters will each receive $100. Draw-in and pit meeting at 5:30pm. Draw closes at 5:45pm. Racing mufflers ARE required for SCB teams at this event.

All sprint car teams that sign in will draw for heat race starting positions, regardless of their engine C.I. displacement (up to and including 360C.I.) and will receive passing points to determine their straight-up from points feature race starting position. All drivers make sure to read the posted rules at the series website prior to heading to the track.

Click www.SprintCarBandits.com for all series info, and we look forward to seeing you Saturday September 26th when the Sprint Car Bandits series electrifies the ¼ mile oval of Kennedale Speedway Park for the final time in 2020!

FixYourGenerator.com Sprint Car Bandits Points as of 9/7/20:

2 Michael Day 646
74e Claud Estes III 607
45b Casey Burkham 584
17 Channin Tankersley 577
7 Jerrad Warhurst 526
20 Chad Wilson 459
82c Christian Kinnison 455
12w Dale Wester 444
23 Junior Jenkins 436
13m Chance McCrary 418
71 Colby Estes 385
41j Joshua Harner 334
99b John Ricketts 314
6m Blake Mallory 304
74 DJ Estes 288
47 Chipper Wood 281
16 Koty Adams 280
41b Lucas Boxwell 261
64 Mark Zoeller 261
41 Casey Merrell 255
83 Jett Hays 252
42p Preston Perlmutter 243
72 Daniel Estes 220
b52 Brayden Voigt 196
5 Richard Reynolds 192
33 Michael Merrell 192
16 Blake Baccus 178
82 Austin Saunders 173
55 Brad Queen 161
5 Kyle McCutcheon 142
01j Jeb Sessums 142
74b Jake Bubak 135
j2 John Carney II 130
35 Jeff Emerson 125
15t Marcus Thomas 125
17w Harli White 119
15 Randolph Jase 116
80 Josh Hawkins 116
88 Terry Easum 113
9$ Kyle Clark 110
67 Rodney Henderson 110
9 Chase Randall 108
35k Dylan McCann 108
45 David Luckie 106
76 Zane Lawrence 106
27 Kodey Keimig 106
4 Austin Mundie 104
4x Caleb Padgett 102
114 Todd Lovett 102
10 Ronnie Henderson 100
v8 Robert Vetter 96
48 Cody Stacy 96
41m Steve McMackin 90
32 Corby Scherb 90
86 Jordan Rupe 90
25 Mason Smith 90
4b Austin Burkham 90
55b Brandon Anderson 65
1s Brandon Long 65
187 Landon Crawley 65
1x Tim Crawley 65
5$ Danny Smith 65
32k Chris Kelly 65
33k JT Kelly 65
04 Kyle Jones 65
1 Mark Huddleston 65

 

 

Daum Dazzles in POWRi Lake Ozark Speedway Non-Wing Nationals Finale

Eldon, MO. (09/06/2020) For the final night of the Second Annual Lake Ozark Speedway Non-Wing Nationals with the POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprint League, 30 entrants would fill the pits laying everything on the line for the top prize and title of "King of the Lake Ozark Non-Wings". Exceptional racing would highlight the night with battles throughout the field as the top three swapped positions nearly every lap. After the full twenty-five feature laps were complete Zach Daum would stand victorious in victory lane with his McGarry Motorsports hot-rod.

Early track actions would witness Zach Daum #311 log the fastest lap time in hot-laps sessions with a 14.169-second lap. Three heat races were heavily contested with #91 Riley Kreisel, Zach Daum, and #29 Mitch Wissmiller all claiming their preliminary racing victories. Xavier Doney #74, in just his second full-size non-wing sprint start, would earn the twelve laps B-Feature. Paul Nienhiser #9x would use a sixth to second place run in his heat race to earn the night's high point qualifier award, gaining the pole starting spot for the main event.

Pacing the field for the initial start Paul Nienhiser and Riley Kreisel would lead the field to green in a side-by-side battle for the top running spot. Flying into the first corners both front row challengers would seek speed on the high side, leaving an opening for Joe B. Miller #31. Miller would capitalize leading the first four laps. With Joe B. showing the way, Kreisel would grab the lead on lap five showing Nienhiser the fastest way around Miller.

Kreisel and Nienhiser would both then trade the lead multiple times, many lead swaps occurring on the same lap. With Kreisel leading laps five through eight and Nienhiser taking control on laps eight through eleven, caution would take the top two front-runners from the competition. When Nienhiser would make contact with the outside wall coming off turn four causing him to slow, Kreisel would have nowhere to retreat climbing the slowing Nienhiser and stopping just before the entrance to turn one with both cars caught together.

Joe B. Miller would inherit the lead after the caution was cleared while maintaining a close run upfront with this McGary Motorsport teammate Zach Daum and #6 Mario Clouser in hot pursuit. These three drivers would then put on a display of close-quarter racing unlike any other. With slide-jobs and crossovers on both sides of the track, Miller would lead the way on laps twelve through eighteen. Daum would earn a slight advantage on lap nineteen with Joe B. back to the point on the twentieth through twenty-third revolutions around "The Lake".

With Miller, Clouser, and Daum all three vying for first, neither of the drivers giving an inch, Zach Daum would grab the lead using a low-line maneuver on the second to last lap and hold on to the lead for the final laps in a thrilling feature event. Mario Clouser would be in the thick of the heated frontend battle ending the night in the runner-up position. Joe B. Miller would place a tight third in a great showing for the night, putting the second McGarry Motorsports entry onto the podium. Mitch Wissmiller would mount a charge towards the front in the later stages of the race to place fourth. Xavier Doney #74 would impress all driving from a seventeenth starting spot after winning the B-Feature to round out the top-five in finishing positions and earning a hard charger award for his efforts.

KSE Racing Products Top Time: #311 Zach Daum - 14.169 second lap time. Hinchman Racewear Heat Race 1 Winner: #91 Riley Kreisel Bell Helmet Heat Race 2 Winner: #311 Zach Daum Schure Built Suspension Heat Race 3 Winner: #29 Mitch Wissmiller Hoosier Racing Tire Semi-Feature Winner: #74 Xavier Doney AutoMeter High Point Qualifier Winner: #9x Paul Nienhiser Super Clean Hard Charger: #74 Xavier Doney +12 (17th to 5th) Lucas Oil Feature Winner: #311 Zach Daum

Feature Results from Lake Ozark Speedway with the POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprint League: (25 Laps) 1. 311-Zach Daum[6]; 2. 6-Mario Clouser[10]; 3. 31-Joe B Miller[3]; 4. 29-Mitch Wissmiller[7]; 5. 74-Xavier Doney[17]; 6. 38-Cody Baker[5]; 7. 28-Kory Schudy[8]; 8. 22-Koby Barksdale[15]; 9. 2X-Zach Clark[19]; 10. 7JR-JD Black[22]; 11. 22S-Slater Helt[21]; 12. 91-Riley Kreisel[2]; 13. 11X-Tom Curran[16]; 14. 77-Jack Wagner[11]; 15. 2-Jason Billups[23]; 16. 73-Samuel Wagner[18]; 17. ST1-Lane Stone[14]; 18. (DNF) 77K-Katlynn Leer[13]; 19. (DNF) 410-Brady Bacon[9]; 20. (DNF) 9X-Paul Nienhiser[1]; 21. (DNF) 24-Landon Simon[4]; 22. (DNF) 20G-Noah Gass[12]; 23. (DNF) 16-Anthony Nicholson[20]

Next up for the POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprint League will be one of the biggest events of the year with a three-day spectacle at Lucas Oil Speedway for the annual running of the Jesse Hockett/ Daniel McMillin Memorial on September 17th-19th.

Follow along for more information such as race recaps, updates, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, or on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing or on Facebook at POWRi. POWRi League rules, contingencies, forms, and payouts can be found under the info tab at the top of the POWRi website.

 

 

Larson and Dover Top Talented Fields to Wrap Up Marquee Event at Huset's Speedway With Victories

Inside Line Promotions - BRANDON, S.D. (Sept. 6, 2020) - Kyle Larson added another big win to his impressive 2020 racing résumé on Sunday evening at Huset's Speedway, where he led the final 10 laps to capture the $20,000-to-win World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series victory.

It marked Larson's ninth win of the season with the series - the most of any driver - and his first at the high-banked oval. Jack Dover was also victorious, capturing the Midwest Sprint Touring Series A Main for the second straight night.

"It's definitely cool to get a win here," Larson said. "I'm happy to get another Outlaw win."

Giovanni Scelzi led the first 25 laps as Larson began to build steam in the final half of the 35-lap race. He advanced to third place just before a caution bunched up the field and allowed him to maneuver into the runner-up position during a restart on Lap 21. The ensuing restart on Lap 25 also worked in his favor as Larson rocketed into the lead from the bottom groove as Scelzi selected the outside lane for the double-file restart. It turned out to be the race-winning pass.

"The restarts weren't working out for me early," Larson said. "Gio shocked me taking the top. I think he made the right move choosing the top. I think he spun his tires. I was able to get a good run in the moisture."

James McFadden was also strong on the late restarts. McFadden was running sixth on the restart when Larson took the lead. McFadden marched forward and he made the most of the final restart with three laps remaining, powering from fourth to second place.

"Early we struggled," he said. "I just couldn't get a good rhythm. I finally learned how to run the bottom.

"The track was fun. I think you just needed to capitalize when other people made a mistake."

David Gravel rounded out the podium with a third-place showing.

"We want to win these races and Kyle is making us step up our game," he said. "I think we had a good enough car to win. As the green flag (runs) went on we were just as good as anybody."

Scelzi finished fourth and World of Outlaws points leader Brad Sweet advanced from 12th to fifth place.

Justin Henderson and Larson each set quick time in their group. Carson Macedo, Kerry Madsen, Larson and Scelzi were the heat race winners. Scelzi also claimed the dash victory. Logan Schuchart, who ranks second in the championship standings, won the Last Chance Showdown.

The Midwest Sprint Touring Series main event also showcased some exciting moments. Chris Graf led the first five laps before flipping in turn one to end his night early. Dover inherited the lead and outlasted the competition during two restarts in the final seven laps to score his second straight triumph.

"We got a new car here three weeks ago after a bad crash," he said. "It's a car I ran last year. I'm just trying to get in my comfort zone.

"When you have guys like Carson McCarl and Lee Grosz behind you you kinda get nervous. I'm really glad we were able to pull off two wins on the weekend."

McCarl rallied from eighth to second place with Grosz holding off Hard Charger Award winner Clint Garner, who started 15th, for the final spot on the podium. Kaleb Johnson earned a fifth-place result.

Grosz, Graf and Eric Lutz each won a heat race.

The final event of the season for the revived Huset's Speedway is Sept. 18-19 when the track hosts the DeKalb/Asgrow Power Series Nationals presented by Casey's General Stores featuring the Midwest Sprint Touring Series and the Midwest Power Series as well as RaceSaver Sprints.

RACE REPORT: HUSET'S SPEEDWAY IN BRANDON, S.D. (Sept. 6, 2020) -

WORLD OF OUTLAWS NOS ENERGY DRINK SPRINT CAR SERIES

NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Feature (35 Laps): 1. 57-Kyle Larson (4); 2. 9-James McFadden (11); 3. 41-David Gravel (2); 4. 18-Giovanni Scelzi (1); 5. 49-Brad Sweet (12); 6. 2M-Kerry Madsen (3); 7. 41S-Dominic Scelzi (8); 8. 15-Donny Schatz (20); 9. 1S-Logan Schuchart (21); 10. 14-Parker Price Miller (6); 11. 11K-Kraig Kinser (16); 12. 44S-Trey Starks (15); 13. 7-Justin Henderson (17); 14. 83J-Lynton Jeffrey (7); 15. 2-Carson Macedo (5); 16. 1A-Jacob Allen (9); 17. 2C-Wayne Johnson (24); 18. 13-Sammy Swindell (23); 19. 17A-Austin McCarl (19); 20. (DNF) 17-Sheldon Haudenschild (10); 21. (DNF) 83-Daryn Pittman (18); 22. (DNF) 7S-Jason Sides (22); 23. (DNF) 19-Paige Polyak (13); 24. (DNF) 33M-Mason Daniel (14).

NOS Energy Drink Last Chance Showdown (12 Laps): 1. 1S-Logan Schuchart (1); 2. 7S-Jason Sides (3); 3. 13-Sammy Swindell (2); 4. 2C-Wayne Johnson (5); 5. 28-Scott Bogucki (8); 6. 3-Tim Kaeding (6); 7. 2KS-Matt Juhl (4); 8. 20A-Jordan Adams (7); 9. 35-Skylar Prochaska (10); 10. 14T-Tim Estenson (9); 11. 44-Chris Martin (12); 12. 11XS-Donovan Peterson (11); 13. 101-Chuck McGillivray (13); 14. 15M-Bobby Mincer (17); 15. 2K-Kevin Ingle (16); 16. (DNF) 6X-Frank Rogers (15); 17. (DNF) 6-Bill Rose (14).

DirtVision FastPass Dash (8 Laps): 1. 18-Giovanni Scelzi (2); 2. 41-David Gravel (1); 3. 2M-Kerry Madsen (3); 4. 57-Kyle Larson (4); 5. 2-Carson Macedo (6); 6. 14-Parker Price Miller (5); 7. 83J-Lynton Jeffrey (8); 8. 41S-Dominic Scelzi (7).

Drydene Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 2-Carson Macedo (2); 2. 41S-Dominic Scelzi (3); 3. 1A-Jacob Allen (4); 4. 19-Paige Polyak (7); 5. 7-Justin Henderson (1); 6. 7S-Jason Sides (6); 7. 20A-Jordan Adams (8); 8. 11XS-Donovan Peterson (10); 9. (DNF) 05-Colin Smith (9); 10. (DNS) 1S-Logan Schuchart.

Drydene Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 2M-Kerry Madsen (1); 2. 83J-Lynton Jeffrey (2); 3. 9-James McFadden (3); 4. 44S-Trey Starks (4); 5. 17A-Austin McCarl (5); 6. 2C-Wayne Johnson (6); 7. 14T-Tim Estenson (8); 8. 101-Chuck McGillivray (9); 9. (DNF) 2K-Kevin Ingle (7).

Drydene Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. 57-Kyle Larson (1); 2. 14-Parker Price Miller (2); 3. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild (3); 4. 33M-Mason Daniel (4); 5. 83-Daryn Pittman (7); 6. 2KS-Matt Juhl (6); 7. 13-Sammy Swindell (5); 8. 35-Skylar Prochaska (9); 9. (DNF) 6-Bill Rose (10); 10. (DNS) 24-Terry McCarl.

Drydene Heat 4 (10 Laps): 1. 18-Giovanni Scelzi (2); 2. 41-David Gravel (1); 3. 49-Brad Sweet (3); 4. 11K-Kraig Kinser (4); 5. 15-Donny Schatz (5); 6. 3-Tim Kaeding (6); 7. 28-Scott Bogucki (7); 8. 44-Chris Martin (9); 9. (DNF) 6X-Frank Rogers (10); 10. (DNF) 15M-Bobby Mincer (8).

NOS Energy Drink Qualifying 1 (2 Laps): 1. 7-Justin Henderson, 00:10.843 (13); 2. 2M-Kerry Madsen, 00:10.887 (10); 3. 2-Carson Macedo, 00:10.935 (2); 4. 83J-Lynton Jeffrey, 00:10.940 (5); 5. 41S-Dominic Scelzi, 00:10.943 (15); 6. 9-James McFadden, 00:10.945 (18); 7. 1A-Jacob Allen, 00:10.964 (1); 8. 44S-Trey Starks, 00:10.988 (19); 9. 1S-Logan Schuchart, 00:11.005 (12); 10. 17A-Austin McCarl, 00:11.027 (9); 11. 7S-Jason Sides, 00:11.076 (14); 12. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 00:11.171 (7); 13. 19-Paige Polyak, 00:11.346 (4); 14. 2K-Kevin Ingle, 00:11.496 (8); 15. 20A-Jordan Adams, 00:11.535 (11); 16. 14T-Tim Estenson, 00:11.546 (3); 17. 05-Colin Smith, 00:11.588 (17); 18. 101-Chuck McGillivray, 00:11.629 (16); 19. 11XS-Donovan Peterson, 00:11.808 (6).

NOS Energy Drink Qualifying 2 (2 Laps): 1. 57-Kyle Larson, 00:10.725 (3); 2. 41-David Gravel, 00:10.737 (4); 3. 14-Parker Price Miller, 00:10.778 (7); 4. 18-Giovanni Scelzi, 00:10.891 (18); 5. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild, 00:10.912 (16); 6. 49-Brad Sweet, 00:10.989 (19); 7. 33M-Mason Daniel, 00:11.004 (17); 8. 11K-Kraig Kinser, 00:11.049 (13); 9. 13-Sammy Swindell, 00:11.094 (6); 10. 15-Donny Schatz, 00:11.145 (9); 11. 2KS-Matt Juhl, 00:11.173 (5); 12. 3-Tim Kaeding, 00:11.196 (8); 13. 83-Daryn Pittman, 00:11.203 (12); 14. 28-Scott Bogucki, 00:11.205 (1); 15. 24-Terry McCarl, 00:11.274 (2); 16. 15M-Bobby Mincer, 00:11.312 (11); 17. 35-Skylar Prochaska, 00:11.419 (15); 18. 44-Chris Martin, 00:11.530 (14); 19. 6-Bill Rose, 00:11.562 (10); 20. (DNS) 6X-Frank Rogers.

MIDWEST SPRINT TOURING SERIES

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 53-Jack Dover (3); 2. 27-Carson McCarl (8); 3. 4J-Lee Grosz (7); 4. 40-Clint Garner (15); 5. 22-Kaleb Johnson (9); 6. 2-Derrik Lusk (13); 7. 17B-Ryan Bickett (2); 8. ACE-Dusty Zomer (6); 9. 10J-Justin Jacobsma (5); 10. 51A-Elliot Amdahl (12); 11. 5-Eric Lutz (4); 12. 12-Troy Schreurs (21); 13. 11X-Gregg Bakker (14); 14. 50-Chase Viebrock (16); 15. 15C-Carter Chevalier (18); 16. 4-Cody Hansen (20); 17. 23X-John Lambertz (17); 18. 17-Lee Goos Jr (23); 19. 31A-CJ Johnson (22); 20. 20-Brant O'Banion (19); 21. (DNF) 75-Tommy Barber (10); 22. (DNF) 20G-Chris Graf (1); 23. (DNF) 88-Travis Reber (11); 24. (DNF) 14-Jody Rosenboom (24).

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 4J-Lee Grosz (2); 2. 10J-Justin Jacobsma (5); 3. 75-Tommy Barber (1); 4. 2-Derrik Lusk (4); 5. 88-Travis Reber (7); 6. 23X-John Lambertz (6); 7. (DNF) 17-Lee Goos Jr (3); 8. (DNF) 14-Jody Rosenboom (8).

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 20G-Chris Graf (1); 2. 27-Carson McCarl (3); 3. 53-Jack Dover (6); 4. 11X-Gregg Bakker (2); 5. 40-Clint Garner (4); 6. 50-Chase Viebrock (7); 7. 15C-Carter Chevalier (8); 8. 31A-CJ Johnson (5).

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 5-Eric Lutz (1); 2. 17B-Ryan Bickett (2); 3. ACE-Dusty Zomer (3); 4. 22-Kaleb Johnson (5); 5. 51A-Elliot Amdahl (7); 6. 4-Cody Hansen (4); 7. 20-Brant O'Banion (8); 8. 12-Troy Schreurs (6).

UP NEXT -

Sept. 18-19 for the DeKalb/Asgrow Power Series Nationals presented by Casey's General Stores featuring the Midwest Sprint Touring Series and the Midwest Power Series as well as RaceSaver Sprints

MEDIA LINKS -

Website: http://www.HusetsSpeedway.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/HusetsSpeedwaySD

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/HusetsSD

Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/HusetsSpeedwaySD

HUSET'S SPEEDWAY -

Huset's Speedway is a dirt oval located in Brandon, S.D. The track opened in 1954 and has undergone a large renovation within the last few years, making it a premier destination for both marquee racing events and weekly programs.

 

 

It’s Knight Time again at DCRP with Link, May, Schell & Schmidt also Posting Labor Day Classic Finale Wins!

Lonnie Wheatley, DODGE CITY, Kan. (September 6, 2020) – Less than a month ago, Jordan Knight broke into victory lane for the first time.

In Sunday’s final portion of the Labor Day Weekend Spectacular atop the 3/8-mile Dodge City Raceway Park clay oval, the Wright, KS, racer nabbed his second Hambelton Racing DCRP Sprint Car win by wiring the field in the 15-lapper.

Other Sunday night winners that put the finishing touches on the Labor Day Weekend double were Tracy Link in IMCA Modifieds, Brian May in IMCA Sport Modifieds, Gregg Schell in IMCA Stock Cars and Trevor Schmidt in IMCA Hobby Stocks. Schmidt ranked as the only driver to sweep his divisions features for the weekend.

After setting a fast time of 14.406 seconds in qualifying and then winning his heat race to earn the pole position for the 15-lap feature, Knight gunned into the lead at the drop of the green flag and raced away from the field for a wire-to-wire score aboard the Scott Knight Racing Engines-powered Superior Fence / J-A-G No. 10 Triple-X chassis.

Knight crossed the stripe ahead of his brother Tyler Knight with Las Cruces’ Richard Wilbee filling out the podium in third.

“We’ve been putting together some good runs lately,” Knight commented in victory lane. “The car count is a little lighter than we would have liked, but I’m not going to complain about a win.”

The 15-lap IMCA Modified feature offered up some drama with Rolla’s Tracy Link matching his son’s Saturday night effort by parking his No. 2L entry in victory lane.

Link raced into the lead from the pole position and had William Nusser and Nick Link at a distance until closing in on a pair of lapped cars past the midway point.

Entering turn one with a handful of laps to go, Link made contact with one of the tail-end cars and looped it. The caution inadvertently flew, but not before Nusser and the younger Link had slipped by.

Restarting third where he would have blended in sans caution, Tracy Link battled his way back to the front as the white flag flew and took the win ahead of Nusser and Nick Link.

“That really motivated me when that happened,” Link explained. “I was afraid I was going to get put all the way to the back, I wouldn’t have been happy about that.”

After three different drivers earned first career DCRP feature wins on Saturday night, Spearville’s Brian May broke the ice as well with his first IMCA Sport Modified win in Sunday night’s 15-lap finale.

Gridding the feature outside the third row, May needed just one round to shoot into second and then took the lead away from pole starter Monty Nordyke on the fifth lap. From that point, May ripped around the topside the rest of the way to post the win ahead of Nordyke and Saturday night winner Kyle Wiens.

“When I went into the first corner and passed all those cars, I knew then I had a car that could win,” May said in victory lane.

The 15-lap Stock Car feature win was awarded to Cheney’s Gregg Schell after the apparent top-two finishers as well as the fourth-place finisher failed to pass post-race technical inspection.

While Angel Munoz and Dusty Witthuhn diced for the lead much of the way, Schell had a front-row seat right on their heels and crossed the stripe third before the rash of DQ’s resulted in the victory with Jesse Smith and Donald Kaup on the podium as well.

Hays racer Trevor Schmidt made it two in a row for the weekend by winning the 15-lap IMCA Hobby Stock feature. But, after leading the entirety of Saturday’s feature, Schmidt battled past Duane Wahrman to post a last-lap win.

While Schmidt led the way to the green flag, Wahrman jumped into the initial lead with Schmidt in tow. Schmidt moved in to challenge at the midway point and the duo spent the vast majority of the final handful of rounds in side-by-side fashion with Schmidt edging into the lead on the final lap to take the win ahead of Wahrman and Dion Priddy.

“I got a good run off the bottom coming to the white flag and got alongside him,” Schmidt summed up. “It was still a little sloppy at the bottom of one and two and I slid up into him a little bit, I didn’t mean to get into him. Then he paid me back in turn four coming to the checkered, so hopefully there’s no hard feelings.”

Dodge City Raceway Park is back in action next Friday and Saturday, September 11-12, with the World of Outlaws Sprint Cars and IMCA Modifieds on both nights.

Dodge City Raceway Park

September 6, 2020 Results:

Hambelton Racing DCRP Sprint Cars:

Fast Qualifier: 10-Jordan Knight, 14.406 seconds.

Heat One (8 Laps): 1. 10-Jordan Knight (1), 2. 11k-Tyer Knight (2), 3. 45x-Kyler Johnson (4), 4. 65-Richard Wilbee (5), 5. 1x-Cody Lampe (3).

“A” Main (15 Laps): 1. 10-Jordan Knight (1), 2. 11k-Tyler Knight (2), 3. 65-Richard Wilbee (4), 4. 45x-Kyler Johnson (3) 5. 1x-Cody Lampe (5).

 

 

Balog, McMullen star in IRA-PDTR Sprint Car twinbill

(PEDAL DOWN PROMOTIONS) September 5, 2020 – As multiple-time champions and the clear0cut favorites to add another title to their resumes in their respective divisions in 2020, nine-time Bumper to Bumper Interstate Racing Association champion Bill Balog of Hartland and 2017 Plymouth Dirt Track Racing and three-time Midwest Sprint Car Association 360 Sprint Car champion Brandon McMullen of Oshkosh put their considerable driving prowess on full display by picking up A-main victories, during an all-Sprint Car program at The Plymouth Dirt Track at the Sheboygan County Fairgrounds in Plymouth, Wis. on Saturday, Sept. 5.

In the 30-lap IRA 410 Sprint Series headliner, Balog outdueled Josh Schneiderman of West Burlington, Iowa in the closing laps to claim his 10th IRA A-main victory of the 2020 season.

McMullen snuck past early race leader Will Gerrits of Waupun at the mid-way point to claim his third PDTR A-main victory of the 2020 campaign and sixth overall MSA main event win of the 2020 campaign.

Balog started on the pole of the 30-lap IRA main event and quickly outpowered outside front row starter Scotty Thiel of Sheboygan to lead the opening circuit. On lap 3, Joey Moughan of Springfield, Ill., who started fifth, dipped under the high-riding Thiel to take second.

On lap 6, Balog began to negotiate heavy lapped traffic on the multi-groove track surface, which allowed Moughan to close the gap slightly. On lap 8, Schneiderman, who started seventh, dove low to take third from Thiel before passing Moughan for second on lap 12.

Two laps later, 11th starter Travis Arenz of Sheboygan, who was making his 410 Sprint Car debut driving for Ozzie Motorsports, flipped in turn four after clipping an infield tire. Arenz was uninjured, but unable to return to the race.

On the restart, Balog pulled away from Schneiderman before Moughan got sideways in turn four and collected Thiel, which resulted in both drivers flipping their machines hard on lap 15. Both drivers were uninjured, but done for the night.

Balog felt pressure from Schneiderman following the ensuing restart with Schneiderman closing the gap along the low groove, while Balog rode the cushion.

The race was slowed for the third time on lap 19 when a yellow flag was displayed for former IRA champion Jack Blackhurst of Hanna City, Ill., who stopped in turn four.

On the restart, Schneiderman stayed dedicated to the inside line, while Balog moved up high. On lap 23, Schneiderman used a big run along the low groove to wrestle the lead away from Balog exiting turn four.

Schneiderman maintained the top spot over the next six laps when lapped traffic became a factor. On lap 29, Balog dove low in turn three to sneak past Schneiderman in dense lapped traffic.

Sixth starter Scott Biertzer of West Bend followed Balog into second on lap 29 with Schneiderman dropping to third.

Balog then cruised over the final lap en route to his 10th IRA victory of the 2020 season, second IRA triumph of the season at The Plymouth Dirt Track and 123rd career IRA A-main victory.

Biertzer recorded a strong second-place finish, Schneiderman placed third, 15th starter Jordan Goldesberry of Springfield, Ill. finished fourth and Mike Reinke of Howards Grove, who started fourth, placed fifth.

In victory lane, Balog was thankful to have the opportunity to regain the lead, after losing the top spot to Schneiderman with just seven laps to go.

“I think I went upstairs too early, but I felt I was slowing down on the bottom too long,’ Balog said. “The track was good and you really had to drive your car to find the right groove. I’m happy to get this win because for a while there it looked like we were going to get beat.”

Biertzer was thrilled with his second-place run.

“It feels awesome to be here with a second-place result tonight,” Biertzer said. “I have to thank my crew for giving me a good car as well as all my sponsors for their support. We couldn’t be here without them.”

Knoxville Speedway regular Schneiderman, who was making his first career appearance at The Plymouth Dirt Track, was dejected in victory lane, after falling from first to third in the span of two laps.

“I’m pretty disgusted with the result,” Schneiderman said. “I’m upset at myself. Bill is a great race car driver, but we came here to win. My crew worked hard to give us the chance to win after we encountered motor problems last night at Dodge County.”

In the 25-lap PDTR 360 Sprint Car headliner, polesitter Will Gerrits of Waupun jumped into the lead on the drop of the green flag, while third starter Brandon McMullen snuck under 2018 PDTR 360 Sprint Car champ Justin Miller of Plymouth, who started on the outside of the front row.

The first of two cautions came out on lap 3 when Blake Wondra of Fond du Lac spun in turn four. Gerrits bolted away from McMullen on the restart and held a solid cushion until lap 7 when Plymouth’s Adam Miller flipped in turn four.

Gerrits commanded the ensuing restart as the leaders back to work their way through lapped traffic on lap 10. Two laps later, McMullen dove low to slip past Gerrits for the top spot in turn four on lap 12.

McMullen held his own along the preferred inside lane around the increasingly one-groove racing surface. On lap 24, Justin Miller worked pass Gerrits to take over second with two laps to go.

McMullen pulled away in the waning laps to notch his 20th career PDTR 360 Sprint Car A main triumph and his 29th career MSA A main victory.

Justin Miller placed second, Gerrits wound up third, 2008 PDTR 360 Sprint Car champion Lance Fassbender, who started fourth finished fourth and Jack Vanderboom of Dousman charged up from the 11th starting spot to place fifth.

Ryan Ruhl of Coldwater, Mich. was the fastest IRA qualifier with a lap of 11.767 seconds around the third-mile clay oval. Sean Rayhall of Woodstock, Ga. won the 15-lap IRA B main.

Kevin Karnitz of West Bend claimed the 15-lap PDTR 360 Sprint Car B main.

The all-Sprint Car program, which featured a total of 59 cars, included 30 IRA 410 Sprint Cars and 29 PDTR 360 Sprint Cars. Cupcake Wonders was the trophy sponsor for the evening.

The next event at The Plymouth Dirt Track will take place next Saturday, Sept. 12 with the PDTR 360 Sprint Cars, Grand Nationals and B Mods, along with a special appearance from the Badger Midgets. The Sept. 12 event will be the final points event of the season for the PDTR Grand National and B Mod divisions.

Grandstand gates open at 4:30 p.m. with hot laps at 5:30 p.m. and racing at 6 p.m.

For all remaining 2020 PDTR races, Dennis Darovich of Sheboygan will have his new book “RPM – The Golden Era of Plymouth Dirt Track Racing” for sale under the grandstand for $10.

A portion of the money collected from the sale of the book will be donated to Plymouth Dirt Track Racing.

BUMPER TO BUMPER INTERSTATE RACING ASSOCIATION QUALIFYING 1, Ryan Ruhl 11.767, 2, Joey Moughan 11.777, 3, Bill Balog 11.813, 4, Mike Reinke 11.991, 5, Scotty Thiel 12.018, 6, Scott Biertzer 12.095, 7, Kyle Schuett 12.146, 8, Jake Blackhurst 12.151, 9, Scotty Neitzel 12.195, 10, Travis Arenz 12.216, 11, Danny Schlafer 12.236, 12, Josh Schneiderman, 12.257 13, Russel Borland 12.299, 14, Scott Uttech 12.317, 15, Jeremy Schultz 12.343, 16, Jordan Goldesberry 12.356, 17, Robbie Pribnow 12.372, 18, Dave Uttech 12.398,19, Sean Rayhall, 20, Johnny Fahl 12.486, 21, Jereme Schroeder 12.577, 22, Kris Spitz 12.609, 23, Hunter Custer 12.630, 24, Dan McCarron 12.660, 25, Bailey Goldesberry 12.667, 26, Jack Routson 12.703, 27, Wayne Modjeski 12.811, 28, Bryce Schmitt 13.050, 29, Kevin Seidler 12.314 30, Blake Nimee (DQ). HEAT 1 1, Kyle Schuett 2, Travis Arenz 3, Mike Reinke 4, Russel Borland 5, Jordan Goldesberry 6, Ryan Ruhl 7, Sean Rayhall 8, Bailey Goldesberry 9, Kris Spitz 10, Bryce Schmitt. HEAT 2 1, Danny Schlafer 2, Scotty Thiel 3, Jake Blackhurst 4, Joey Moughan 5, Rrobbie Pribnow 6, Jack Routson 7, Johnny Fahl 8, Hunter Custer 9, Scott Uttech 10, Kevin Seidler. HEAT 3 1, Josh Schneiderman 2, Scott Biertzer 3, Scotty Neitzel 4, Bill Balog 5, Jeremy Schultz 6, Jereme Schroeder 7, Dan McCarron 8, Wayne Modjeski 9, Blake Nimee 10, Dave Uttech. DASH 1 1, Bill Balog 2, Ryan Ruhl 3, Joey Moughan 4, Josh Schneiderman 5, Kyle Schuett. DASH 2 1, Scotty Thiel 2, Mike Reinke 3, Scott Biertzer 4, Jake Blackhurst 5, Danny Schlafer (DNS). B MAIN 1, Sean Rayhall 2, Blake Nimee 3, Dan McCarron 4, Dave Uttech 5, Wayne Modjeski 6, Johnny Fahl 7, Hunter Custer 8, Kris Spitz 9, Bailey Goldesberry 10, Bryce Schmitt 11, Scott Uttech. A MAIN 1, Bill Balog 2, Scott Biertzer 3, Josh Schneiderman 4, Jordan Goldesberry 5, Mike Reinke 6, Russel Borland 7, Ryan Ruhl 8, Robbie Pribnow 9, Scotty Neitzel 10, Wayne Modjeski 11, Dan McCarron 12, Jack Routson 13, Sean Rayhall 14, Kyle Schuett 15, Dave Uttech 16, Jeremy Schultz 17, Blake Nimee 18, Johnny Fahl 19, Jeremy Schroder 20, Jake Blackhurst 21, Joey Moughan 22, Scotty Thiel 23, Travis Arenz 24, Danny Schlafer.

KRISTINE HARTMANN PLEASANTVIEW REALTY 360 SPRINT CARS HEAT 1 1, Bill Taylor 2, Lance Fassbender 3, Anthony Knierim 4, Chris Larson 5, Blake Wondra 6, Tim Haddy 7, Scott Conger 8, Brady Portschy. HEAT 2 1, Justin Miller 2, Ben Schmidt 3, Adam Miller 4, Kurt Davis 5, Doug Wondra 6, Austin Hartmann 7, Mike MacFarlane. HEAT 3 1, Will Gerrits 2, Brandon McMullen 3, Jack Vanderboom 4, Tyler Davis 5, Nich Melis 6, Preston Ruh 7, Josh Teunissen. HEAT 4 1, Tyler Brabant 2, Tony Wondra 3, Justin Erickson 4, Brandon Berth 5, Kevin Karnitz 6, Shane Wenninger 7, Paul Pokorski. B MAIN 1, Kevin Karnitz 2, Tim Haddy 3, Blake Wondra 4, Shane Wenninger 5, Scott Conger 6, Paul Pokorski 7, Josh Teunissen 8, Preston Ruh 9, Austin Hartmann 10, Chris Larson 11, Tyler Davis 12, Brady Portschy 13, Mike MacFarlane. A MAIN 1, Brandon McMullen 2, Justin Miller 3, Will Gerrits 4, Lance Fassbender 5, Jack Vanderboom 6, Anthony Knierim 7, Bill Taylor 8, Kevin Karnitz 9, Brandon Berth 10, Justin Erickson 11, Tim Haddy 12, Paul Pokorski 13, Tony Wondra 14, Nich Melis 15, Shane Wenninger 16, Blake Wondra 17, Doug Wondra 18, Tyler Brabant 19, Kurt Davis 20, Scott Conger 21, Ben Schmidt 22, Adam Miller.

 

 

Brady Bacon Owns Night One of the Second Annual Lake Ozark Non-Wing Nationals

Eldon, MO. (09/05/2020) In a late-night of exhilarating open-wheel action at Lake Ozark Speedway's second running of their Non-Wing Nationals with the POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprint League, thirty-three drivers would sign into the pits all eying the top prize. With over 110 total cars entering the gates in the three divisions of competition, the pristine track would see changes throughout the night: including a lengthy delay for fence repair. After all the excitement and outstanding driving feats by all racers, Brady Bacon would claim the checkers first in a thrilling twenty-five lap feature event.

Early racing action would witness #410 Brady Bacon set the fastest lap in hot lap sessions with a 13.612 second lap time. Heat race winners were #24 Landon Simon, Brady Bacon, #22S Slater Helt, and #311 Zach Daum. The night's High Point Qualifier, racing from starting eighth to finish second in the heat race, was #91 Riley Kreisel.

Starting the field of twenty-three main event racers for twenty-five laps around Lake Ozark Speedway pole-sitter Riley Kreisel and his front-row companion #6 Mario Clouser battle wheel-to-wheel into the first couple of corners. Kreisel would earn the early advantage leading the first few laps of competition with clashes all over the track following behind. With Riley leading the pack, Brady Bacon and Landon Simon would set their sights on the front of the field. Bacon would earn the top spot with a dazzling display of driving, using high-side momentum to take the point with Simon in tow.

Putting on a show of speed Bacon would start to pick off lap-traffic at will, Landon Simon would throw a slide-job attempt upfront for the lead only to be reverted, when, at five laps left of the feature caution would fly for Adam Jones #1a flipping just as the leaders were attempting to pass Jones. With the field bunched and Bacon maintaining the lead, green would fly again as Landon Simon continued to try his hardest to gain the front spot. Trying another slider through the first pair of corners Simon would suffer mechanical issues after clipping the outside wall, retiring to the infield.

Bacon would hold on for the final revolutions around Lake Ozark Speedway earning the feature victory on Night One of the Non-Wing Nationals. Anthony Nicholson #16 would be one of the only drivers to use the low line to perfection, passing ten other drivers on his way to a second-place finish and Hard Charger award as well. Cody Baker #38 and Mario Clouser would battle to the finish-line with Baker edging Clouser to round out the podium, leaving Clouser to finish fourth. Point Leader Riley Kreisel would add to his lead placing in a solid fifth for the event. KSE Racing Products Top Time: #410 Brady Bacon 13.612 second lap time.

Hinchman Racewear Heat Race 1 Winner: #24 Landon Simon Bell Helmet Heat Race 2 Winner: #410 Brady Bacon Schure Built Suspension Heat Race 3 Winner: #22S Slater Helt Wilwood Engineering Heat 4 Winner: #311 Zach Daum AutoMeter High Point Qualifier Winner: #91 Riley Kreisel Super Clean Hard Charger: #16 Anthony Nicholson +10 (12th to 2nd) Lucas Oil Feature Winner: #410 Brady Bacon

Feature Results from Lake Ozark Speedway with the POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprint League: (25 Laps) 1. 410-Brady Bacon[4]; 2. 16-Anthony Nicholson[12]; 3. 38-Cody Baker[7]; 4. 6-Mario Clouser[2]; 5. 91-Riley Kreisel[1]; 6. 311-Zach Daum[5]; 7. 9X-Paul Nienhiser[9]; 8. 31B-Joe B Miller[6]; 9. 29-Mitch Wissmiller[10]; 10. 77K-Katlynn Leer[16]; 11. 74-Xavier Doney[21]; 12. 4-Braydon Cromwell[11]; 13. 77-Jack Wagner[23]; 14. 22-Koby Barksdale[13]; 15. 22S-Slater Helt[8]; 16. ST1-Lane Stone[14]; 17. (DNF) 28-Kory Schudy[18]; 18. (DNF) 24-Landon Simon[3]; 19. (DNF) 73-Samuel Wagner[20]; 20. (DNF) 1A-Adam Jones[15]; 21. (DNF) 11X-Tom Curran[19]; 22. (DNF) 7JR-JD Black[17]; 23. (DNS) 2C-Zach Clark

Next up for the POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprint League will be Night #2 of the Non-Wing Nationals at Lake Ozark Speedway on Sunday, September 6th. Pit Gates open at noon with Driver's Registration 3-5 PM. Hot Laps start at 6:30 PM, with great racing action to follow.

Follow along for more information such as race recaps, updates, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, or on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing or on Facebook at POWRi. POWRi League rules, contingencies, forms, and payouts can be found under the info tab at the top of the POWRi website.

 

 

Haudenschild Overcomes Blown Tire and Dover Outlasts Cautions to Claim Wild Opening-Night Victories of Two-Day Event at Huset's Speedway

Inside Line Promotions - BRANDON, S.D. (Sept. 5, 2020) - Attrition was the word of the night on Saturday at Huset's Speedway, which hosted a pair of sprint car divisions during the opener of a two-day show.

Both Sheldon Haudenschild and Jack Dover survived a slew of cautions to record feature victories at the high-banked oval.

Haudenschild's feat was especially impressive as he earned his fourth World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series triumph of the season after blowing a right rear tire with only nine laps remaining.

Haudenschild was leading the 35-lap feature at the time and he rallied from the middle of the pack to overcome the incident, which played in his favor thanks to its timing. Haudenschild, who took the lead from Kyle Larson on Lap 8, was the third driver to lose a tire. Eight more cautions featured approximately a dozen drivers in front of Haudenschild suffering a similar fate with a blown right rear tire.

"I've never really been good in the rubber," he said. "Once I had a fresh tire it was just send it mode."

That worked as Haudenschild was able to be more aggressive than the drivers in front of him, who were either conserving tires or blowing tires. Haudenschild advanced into the runner-up position when a caution came out for David Gravel losing a tire on Lap 31. Haudenschild then inherited the lead when Larson became the final driver to lose a right rear tire on the restart.

Haudenschild held off Carson Macedo, who also endured a blown tire on Lap 27, for the dramatic victory.

"I wish it wouldn't have laid rubber, but then again it was still an exciting race," Haudenschild said.

Macedo was the Hard Charger Award winner for passing the most cars as he officially maneuvered from 14th to second place - not counting the cars he passed before the tire blew.

"I was using my stuff up bad early," he said. "Luckily it worked out."

Daryn Pittman, who was the first driver to lose a right rear tire - on Lap 22 when he was running fifth - rallied for a third-place result.

"I don't know how we've ended up back here," he said. "I don't think I could have ran any harder (after restarting with a newer right rear tire following the first caution) because we were a lap away from blowing our second tire."

Brad Sweet, who blew a tire on a restart on Lap 30, earned a fourth-place result to take over sole possession of the World of Outlaws points lead. James McFadden rebounded from a blown tire to round out the top five.

Larson set quick time out of the 37 drivers in qualifying before he won a heat race. Kerry Madsen, Gravel and Haudenschild also captured heat race triumphs. Jacob Allen was the dash winner and Jason Sides claimed the Last Chance Showdown.

The Midwest Sprint Touring Series main event also featured a number of cautions during the second half of the main event. Dover took the lead from polesitter Cody Hansen on Lap 10 with a move through the middle of the track before cautions riddled the remainder of the race. Five cautions occurred between Lap 12 and Lap 16 with a trio of drivers running in the top 10 finding trouble. Dover mastered each restart en route to his first win at the track since August 2013.

"It was good there in the middle," he said. "The bottom was throwing stuff up there. I knew I had to (make the move) quick because those guys behind me would see me do it (and catch on)."

Midwest Sprint Touring Series points leader Eric Lutz finished second with Hansen third, 13th-starting Gregg Bakker fourth and Lee Grosz fifth.

Lee Goos Jr., Lutz and Justin Jacobsma were the heat race winners.

The event finale, which pays a whopping $20,000 to win and $1,000 to start the World of Outlaws main event, is Sunday evening. The Midwest Sprint Touring Series will also be competing. Hot laps kick off the action at 7 p.m.

RACE REPORT: HUSET'S SPEEDWAY IN BRANDON, S.D. (Sept. 5, 2020) -

WORLD OF OUTLAWS NOS ENERGY DRINK SPRINT CAR SERIES

NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Feature (35 Laps): 1. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild (4); 2. 2-Carson Macedo (14); 3. 83-Daryn Pittman (5); 4. 49-Brad Sweet (3); 5. 9-James McFadden (13); 6. 15-Donny Schatz (9); 7. 1S-Logan Schuchart (11); 8. 11K-Kraig Kinser (8); 9. 14-Parker Price Miller (16); 10. 41-David Gravel (7); 11. 41S-Dominic Scelzi (15); 12. 18-Giovanni Scelzi (10); 13. 7S-Jason Sides (21); 14. 13-Sammy Swindell (24); 15. 83J-Lynton Jeffrey (23); 16. 57-Kyle Larson (2); 17. 2M-Kerry Madsen (6); 18. 33M-Mason Daniel (18); 19. 7-Justin Henderson (20); 20. 1A-Jacob Allen (1); 21. 3-Tim Kaeding (19); 22. 2KS-Matt Juhl (22); 23. 28-Scott Bogucki (12); 24. 17A-Austin McCarl (17).

NOS Energy Drink Last Chance Showdown (12 Laps): 1. 7S-Jason Sides (1); 2. 2KS-Matt Juhl (4); 3. 83J-Lynton Jeffrey (9); 4. 13-Sammy Swindell (10); 5. 19-Paige Polyak (2); 6. 2C-Wayne Johnson (6); 7. 35-Skylar Prochaska (7); 8. 44-Chris Martin (12); 9. 6-Bill Rose (5); 10. 20A-Jordan Adams (16); 11. 15M-Bobby Mincer (8); 12. 05-Colin Smith (13); 13. 101-Chuck McGillivray (14); 14. 2K-Kevin Ingle (15); 15. (DNF) 24-Terry McCarl (3); 16. (DNF) 44S-Trey Starks (11); 17. (DNS) 14T-Tim Estenson.

DirtVision FastPass Dash (8 Laps): 1. 1A-Jacob Allen (1); 2. 57-Kyle Larson (3); 3. 49-Brad Sweet (2); 4. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild (6); 5. 83-Daryn Pittman (5); 6. 2M-Kerry Madsen (7); 7. 41-David Gravel (8); 8. 11K-Kraig Kinser (4).

Drydene Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 57-Kyle Larson (1); 2. 49-Brad Sweet (3); 3. 15-Donny Schatz (2); 4. 9-James McFadden (6); 5. 17A-Austin McCarl (5); 6. 7S-Jason Sides (4); 7. 2C-Wayne Johnson (7); 8. 83J-Lynton Jeffrey (8); 9. 05-Colin Smith (9); 10. (DNF) 14T-Tim Estenson (10).

Drydene Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 2M-Kerry Madsen (1); 2. 1A-Jacob Allen (2); 3. 18-Giovanni Scelzi (3); 4. 2-Carson Macedo (4); 5. 33M-Mason Daniel (6); 6. 24-Terry McCarl (7); 7. 19-Paige Polyak (5); 8. 13-Sammy Swindell (8); 9. 101-Chuck McGillivray (9).

Drydene Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. 41-David Gravel (1); 2. 83-Daryn Pittman (2); 3. 1S-Logan Schuchart (3); 4. 41S-Dominic Scelzi (4); 5. 3-Tim Kaeding (5); 6. 2KS-Matt Juhl (6); 7. 35-Skylar Prochaska (7); 8. 44S-Trey Starks (8); 9. 2K-Kevin Ingle (9).

Drydene Heat 4 (10 Laps): 1. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild (2); 2. 11K-Kraig Kinser (3); 3. 28-Scott Bogucki (4); 4. 14-Parker Price Miller (1); 5. 7-Justin Henderson (5); 6. 6-Bill Rose (6); 7. 15M-Bobby Mincer (8); 8. 44-Chris Martin (7); 9. 20A-Jordan Adams (9).

NOS Energy Drink Qualifying (2 Laps): 1. 57-Kyle Larson, 00:10.609 (25); 2. 2M-Kerry Madsen, 00:10.634 (18); 3. 41-David Gravel, 00:10.639 (3); 4. 14-Parker Price Miller, 00:10.716 (5); 5. 15-Donny Schatz, 00:10.722 (8); 6. 1A-Jacob Allen, 00:10.802 (10); 7. 83-Daryn Pittman, 00:10.827 (16); 8. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild, 00:10.829 (4); 9. 49-Brad Sweet, 00:10.833 (12); 10. 18-Giovanni Scelzi, 00:10.863 (28); 11. 1S-Logan Schuchart, 00:10.890 (19); 12. 11K-Kraig Kinser, 00:10.910 (36); 13. 7S-Jason Sides, 00:10.914 (31); 14. 2-Carson Macedo, 00:10.921 (11); 15. 41S-Dominic Scelzi, 00:10.962 (20); 16. 28-Scott Bogucki, 00:10.976 (27); 17. 17A-Austin McCarl, 00:10.981 (7); 18. 19-Paige Polyak, 00:11.018 (30); 19. 3-Tim Kaeding, 00:11.022 (22); 20. 7-Justin Henderson, 00:11.037 (35); 21. 9-James McFadden, 00:11.041 (37); 22. 33M-Mason Daniel, 00:11.042 (17); 23. 2KS-Matt Juhl, 00:11.072 (24); 24. 6-Bill Rose, 00:11.089 (26); 25. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 00:11.108 (21); 26. 24-Terry McCarl, 00:11.131 (29); 27. 35-Skylar Prochaska, 00:11.133 (15); 28. 44-Chris Martin, 00:11.218 (13); 29. 83J-Lynton Jeffrey, 00:11.221 (32); 30. 13-Sammy Swindell, 00:11.262 (33); 31. 44S-Trey Starks, 00:11.301 (14); 32. 15M-Bobby Mincer, 00:11.362 (6); 33. 05-Colin Smith, 00:11.554 (9); 34. 101-Chuck McGillivray, 00:11.583 (1); 35. 2K-Kevin Ingle, 00:11.701 (34); 36. 20A-Jordan Adams, 00:12.183 (2); 37. 14T-Tim Estenson, 00:12.183 (23).

MIDWEST SPRINT TOURING SERIES

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 53-Jack Dover (4); 2. 5-Eric Lutz (6); 3. 4-Cody Hansen (1); 4. 11X-Gregg Bakker (13); 5. 4J-Lee Grosz (5); 6. 10J-Justin Jacobsma (2); 7. 75-Tommy Barber (8); 8. 23X-John Lambertz (3); 9. 17B-Ryan Bickett (12); 10. 51A-Elliot Amdahl (9); 11. 27-Carson McCarl (24); 12. 22-Kaleb Johnson (15); 13. 40-Clint Garner (20); 14. 20G-Chris Graf (16); 15. 2-Derrik Lusk (22); 16. 50-Chase Viebrock (18); 17. ACE-Dusty Zomer (14); 18. 88-Travis Reber (17); 19. 15C-Carter Chevalier (23); 20. (DNF) 14-Jody Rosenboom (11); 21. (DNF) 17-Lee Goos Jr (7); 22. (DNF) 23-Brandon Bosma (21); 23. (DNF) 20-Brant O'Banion (10); 24. (DNF) 12-Troy Schreurs (19).

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 17-Lee Goos Jr (1); 2. 23X-John Lambertz (2); 3. ACE-Dusty Zomer (3); 4. 22-Kaleb Johnson (5); 5. 14-Jody Rosenboom (8); 6. 20G-Chris Graf (7); 7. 12-Troy Schreurs (4); 8. 40-Clint Garner (6).

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 5-Eric Lutz (4); 2. 75-Tommy Barber (3); 3. 53-Jack Dover (7); 4. 20-Brant O'Banion (6); 5. 17B-Ryan Bickett (8); 6. 50-Chase Viebrock (1); 7. (DNF) 23-Brandon Bosma (5); 8. (DNF) 15C-Carter Chevalier (2).

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 10J-Justin Jacobsma (2); 2. 51A-Elliot Amdahl (1); 3. 4J-Lee Grosz (5); 4. 4-Cody Hansen (7); 5. 11X-Gregg Bakker (8); 6. 88-Travis Reber (3); 7. (DNF) 27-Carson McCarl (4); 8. (DNF) 2-Derrik Lusk (6).

UP NEXT -

Sunday featuring the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series and Midwest Sprint Touring Series

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Heath Hustles to Second Straight Montana Round Up Triumph at Electric City Speedway

Inside Line Promotions - GREAT FALLS, Mont. (Sept. 5, 2020) - Colton Heath is 2-for-2 during the 26th annual Montana Round Up.

Heath captured the 360ci winged sprint car feature victory for the second straight night on Saturday at Electric City Speedway.

Tyler Thompson led the main event early before Heath took the top spot near the midpoint of the race. He then held off a pair of hard charging drivers to garner the trip into the Winner's Circle.

Garen Linder hustled from 10th to second place - his second straight night with a runner-up result to Heath - and J.J. Hickle was the Hard Charger Award winner after rallying from 16th to third place. Tanner Holmes placed fourth for the second consecutive night and Jason Solwold won the B Main before maneuvering from 17th to fifth in the A Main.

Heath, Cam Smith, Greg Hamilton and Chance Crum were the heat race winners out of the 31-driver field.

The final night of the 26th annual Montana Round Up is Sunday beginning with hot laps at 7 p.m. IMCA Modifieds and WISSOTA Super Stocks are part of the race program along with the sprint cars.

There are limited grandstand tickets available at the front gate as well as pit passes. Additionally, a live video stream featuring the wheel-to-wheel competition is available at http://www.ElectricCitySpeedway.TV .

The Pay-Per-View price is only $20.

MONTANA ROUND UP AT ELECTRIC CITY SPEEDWAY (Sept. 5, 2020) -

360 Sprint Cars

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 33-Colton Heath (2); 2. 22-Garen Linder (10); 3. 63-JJ Hickle (16); 4. 18T-Tanner Holmes (9); 5. 18-Jason Solwold (17); 6. 9-Reece Goetz (5); 7. 2-James Setters (13); 8. 7O-Chase Goetz (19); 9. 33T-Tyler Driever (12); 10. 19-Colby Thornhill (7); 11. 33S-Lance Sargent (18); 12. 0-Kory Wermling (14); 13. (DNF) 10L-Chance Crum (8); 14. (DNF) 96-Greg Hamilton (1); 15. (DNF) 7-Tyler Thompson (3); 16. (DNF) 8-Devon Borden (11); 17. (DNF) 37-Trever Kirkland (15); 18. (DNF) 1K-Kinzer Cox (6); 19. (DNF) 17-Cam Smith (4); 20. (DNF) 38-DJ Brink (20).

B Feature (12 Laps): 1. 18-Jason Solwold (1); 2. 33S-Lance Sargent (2); 3. 7O-Chase Goetz (4); 4. 38-DJ Brink (3); 5. 1F-DJ Freitas (5); 6. 46JR-Joel Myers (7); 7. F1-Corbyn Fauver (8); 8. 81-Darren Smith (11); 9. 38B-Bryan Brown (6); 10. 3M-Shane Moore (9); 11. 2B-Brianna Widhalm (14); 12. 07T-Greg Tacke (15); 13. 08-Tim McCune (12); 14. 24-Leroy Brush (13); 15. (DNS) 51-Rich Bailey.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 33-Colton Heath (6); 2. 2-James Setters (2); 3. 37-Trever Kirkland (1); 4. 8-Devon Borden (5); 5. 33S-Lance Sargent (4); 6. 46JR-Joel Myers (3); 7. 3M-Shane Moore (8); 8. 07T-Greg Tacke (7).

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 17-Cam Smith (2); 2. 19-Colby Thornhill (3); 3. 1K-Kinzer Cox (4); 4. 22-Garen Linder (5); 5. 38B-Bryan Brown (1); 6. 63-JJ Hickle (6); 7. 81-Darren Smith (7); 8. 2B-Brianna Widhalm (8).

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 96-Greg Hamilton (1); 2. 9-Reece Goetz (3); 3. 7-Tyler Thompson (4); 4. 33T-Tyler Driever (5); 5. 1F-DJ Freitas (2); 6. 18-Jason Solwold (6); 7. 51-Rich Bailey (7); 8. (DNF) 24-Leroy Brush (8).

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 10L-Chance Crum (5); 2. 18T-Tanner Holmes (6); 3. 0-Kory Wermling (2); 4. 7O-Chase Goetz (1); 5. 38-DJ Brink (4); 6. F1-Corbyn Fauver (3); 7. 08-Tim McCune (7).

UP NEXT -

Sunday at Electric City Speedway in Great Falls, Mont., for the 26 th annual Montana Round Up

MEDIA LINKS -

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ABOUT ELECTRIC CITY SPEEDWAY -

Electric City Speedway is a semi-banked, 3/10-mile oval that was built in the early 1950s in Great Falls, Mont. The facility showcases weekly events from late April until early September. For more information, visit http://www.ElectricCitySpeedway.com .

 

 

Cody Lampe Shines in DCRP Labor Day Weekend Spectacular Opener

Lonnie Wheatley, DODGE CITY, Kan. (September 5, 2020) – It was a night of first-timers as three different drivers made their way to Dodge City Raceway Park victory lane in Saturday’s Labor Day Weekend Spectacular opener atop the 3/8-mile clay oval in southwest Kansas.

Cody Lampe scored his first career Sprint Car victory with Kyle Wiens and Ondre Rexford also bagging first career DCRP wins in IMCA Sport Modifieds and IMCA Stock Cars, respectively, with Nick Link capturing his first IMCA Modified win of the year and Trevor Schmidt taking his second IMCA Hobby stock win of the season.

Utilizing an iteration of the All Star Circuit of Champions with qualifying setting lineup orders in all five divisions, Lampe earned the pole position for the 15-lap Hambelton Racing DCRP Sprint Car feature and led all the way for his first career win aboard Mike Ochs’ MAP Inc. / Shipman Livestock No. 1x Maxim.

Tyler Knight challenged for the point in the early going before Jetmore’s Lampe slipped away to secure the win ahead of Knight siblings Tyler in second and Jordan in third.

“I managed to get into a rhythm there and the guys gave me a great car,” Lampe said in victory lane. “Those last few laps seemed like forever though, I didn’t know if it as ever going to end.”

In the next feature out, Montezuma’s Ondre Rexford survived a late skirmish for the lead to pick up his first DCRP feature win the 15-lap IMCA Stoc Car main event.

Gregg Schell led the opening 13 circuits, but Rexford moved in to challenge in the final handful of laps. The duo made contact racing down the backstretch on the 13th round with Schell sent tailback and Rexford assuming the point on the restart.

Rexford navigated the final three laps to post the win ahead of Gerald Walker while Schell made his way back into the show position.

“It got a little wild there, at least we finally put it all together tonight,” Rexford said afterward.

Rounding out the night’s first-time DCRP winners, Newton’s Kyle Wiens fought off Brendyn Nordyke over the closing rounds of the 15-lap IMCA Sport Modified feature event.

After winning his heat race, Wiens redrew the front row outside and gunned into the lead at the outset over pole starter Nordyke. Nordyke closed the gap in the final laps and tried unsuccessfully over the final several laps to slip a nose under the leader. While Wiens beat Nordyke to the line by a car-length, Monty Nordyke filled out the podium in third.

“I knew somebody was there, I was just trying to stay smooth and drive my race,” Wiens commented.

In the 15-lap IMCA Modified feature, Rolla’s Nick Link snapped a DCRP victory drought dating back to May of 2018 by racing past his father en route to victory lane.

The former track champion raced from sixth into second behind Tracy Link on the opening circuit and then battled his way into the lead on the seventh round.

“I knew I could rough him up some if I had to,” Link explained in victory lane. “We race out of the same trailer though so we don’t want to do that too much.”

After Tracy Link clipped an infield cone and was forced to the tail, Nick Link held off the advances of Ryan Heger and fast qualifier Kale Beavers over the final three circuits to secure the win.

Rounding out the night’s winners, Hay’s Trevor Schmidt gunned into the lead at the outset of the 15-lap IMCA Hobby Stock feature event and held a solid advantage until a mid-race caution bunched up the field.

Duane Wahrman went to work on Schmidt over the final half of the race, but Schmidt was up to the task and held the point to the checkered flag ahead of Wahrman and Dion Priddy.

Dodge City Raceway Park’s Labor Day Spectacular wraps up on Sunday night with another full slate of Hambelton Racing DCRP Sprint Cars, IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Sport Modifieds, IMCA Stock Cars and IMCA Hobby Stocks.

Dodge City Raceway Park

September 5, 2020 Results:

Hambelton Racing DCRP Sprint Cars:

Fast Qualifier: 11k-Tyker Knight, 14.330 seconds.

Heat One (8 Laps): 1. 1x-Cody Lampe (1), 2. 49x-Luke Cranston (2), 3. 10-Jordan Knight (6), 4. 11k-Tyler Knight (4), 5. 72-Ray Seemann (5), 6. 21x-Taylor Velasquez (8), 7. 65-Richard Wilbee (3), 8. 45x-Kyler Johnson (DNS), 9. 6e-Pat McVicker (DNS).

“A” Main (15 Laps): 1. 1x-Cody Lampe (1), 2. 11k-Tyler Knight (2), 3. 10-Jordan Knight (4), 4. 49x-Luke Cranston (3), 5. 72-Ray Seemann (5), 6. 45x-Kyler Johnson (7), 7. 21x-Taylor Velasquez (6), 8. 65-Richard Wilbee (DNS), 9. 6e-Pat McVicker (DNS).

 

 

Abreu holds of Reutzel for All Star thriller at Attica Raceway Park

Saturday, Sept. 5, 2020

By Brian Liskai

ATTICA, Ohio – St. Helena, California’s Rico Abreu and Clute, Texas driver Aaron Reutzel put on a thrilling battle for the $10,000 top prize Saturday, Sept. 5 at Attica Raceway Park. The last 15 laps of the 40 lap Ollie’s Bargain Outlet All Star Circuit of Champions feature saw the pair trade sliders inches apart from catastrophe lap after lap. When the checkers flew Abreu took his first ever Attica win on All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads/Core & Main Night. It was his ninth career All Star victory and came on the 128th appearance of the All Stars at Attica Raceway Park.

“That was so tricky…that’s as slick as it gets for Ohio right there. You know you catch lapped cars and you judge your pace off of theirs. Kemenah was gaining on me on the bottom in front of me and the 11 car was driving away from me on the top. I was just trying to move around. I knew Reutzel or someone was pressuring me… you know you can kind off just sense that. I moved around and I was just way to free on the bottom and I could keep my car really propped up on the top and keep my wing speed up. That gets intense…40 laps and you have to really be patient and know your car will keep coming to you. I kept moving my wing back and it got really cleaned off on the top and I could keep my pace up,” said Abreu beside Curb Records/Whistle Stop Bar and Grill/Selfmade racing/Lucas Oil/ShopRico.com backed #24.

Reutzel, the current All Star point leader, threw everything he could at Abreu but had to settle for a close second. Though it was a huge boost from Friday night when he struggled to a 16th place finish.

“That was all I had. I didn’t realize it was about to end. I don’t know what more I could have done. I got to where I was running the top really hard and he started getting tight. I was kind of playing with the bottom and I was trying to show him I was down there and make him move down and he did for a little bit but I didn’t capitalize and get a good enough run at the time. Our car was really good at the end. I felt like we were getting better and better. It was just hard to get runs to slide him. There were lapped cars there all the time. I had one good opportunity to slide him where I felt like I had a good run on him. We had the 11 on inside of us and he raced me off in the corner and I couldn’t get all the way to the bottom to slide him. All in all it was a great race. I just needed to capitalize sooner. I wish I wouldn’t have tried that slider on the last lap. I wish I would have just bombed it in there and try to get a run down the back stretch. It was a lot better run than last night. I thought the track was phenomenal tonight,” said Reutzel beside his Fischer Body Shop/Folkens Brothers Trucking/XXX Chassis/Nattress Construction backed #87.

Attica point leader Cap Henry made a late race charge to finish third.

“I hung the wing in the truck and just went for it. We struggled there really early and we struggled last night. Zack and Brett and Connor and everyone keeps working really hard on it. It’s been a really fun season,” said Henry of his Dragon’s Milk White/Beer Barrel Bourbon/Pro Auto Wraps/FK Rod Ends backed #4.

Fremont, Ohio’s Paul Weaver took the lead from Larry Kingseed Jr. on lap eight and survived a late race caution to claim his sixth 305 sprint feature win of the season at Attica. It was his third straight victory at the track and the 55th of his career to lead the all-time win list for the division. It was his 10th overall victory of 2020.

It wasn’t easy for Weaver as his arm restraint got hooked on a piece of equipment in the cockpit and he had to drive one handed for awhile.

“It took a lap and a half or so to get it unhooked….I couldn’t move my arms. This is the most features in a season since my second or third year racing when I had 14 or 15 wins. I’m happy to still be able to do this,” said Weaver beside his B&B Drain Service/Hampshire Racing Engines/M&L Excavating backed #1W.

Trey Jacobs and Abreu brought the field to green for the All Star 40-lap feature with Jacobs gaining the early advantage over Abreu, Cale Thomas, Reutzel and Tim Shaffer. After a lapped was scored a multi-car incident in turn one brought out the yellow. When the green flew again Jacobs and Abreu battled side by side with Shaffer and Reutzel in pursuit.

Abreu was able to take the lead on lap five and began to pull away slightly from Jacobs and Shaffer closed in. Jacobs didn’t throw in the towel and steadily gained ground on Abreu and retook the lead on lap 12 just as the caution flew. On the restart Abreu jumped to the high side of the track and battled with Jacobs again, reclaiming the lead on lap 14 as Shaffer and Reutzel went side by side for third.

Abreu built his lead to over two seconds by lap 22 as Jacobs was locked in a battle for Reutzel with Ian Madsen, Shaffer and Cap Henry trying to close. Reutzel was finally able to wrestle second from Jacobs on lap 25 as Abreu encountered heavy lapped traffic. That allowed Reutzel to close on Abreu and with 10 laps to go the battle was on for the win.

Abreu was able to pull away slightly with seven laps to go but Reutzel hung around as Jacobs was locked in a battle with Madsen and Henry for third. After taking the white flag, Reutzel threw a slider on Abreu as the pair nearly touched but Abreu kept his car on the ragged edge of the narrow cushion to maintain the lead and drove to the win over Reutzel, Henry, Madsen and Jacobs.

At the drop of the green for the 25 lap Fremont Fence 305 feature Larry Kingseed Jr. bolted into the lead over Weaver, Steve Rando, Kyle Peters, Matt Lucius, Matt Foos and Jamie Miller. Kingseed built up a commanding lead before the caution flew on lap five. On the restart Weaver applied all kinds of pressure to the youngster and drove into the lead on lap eight.

Weaver was able to pull away from Kingseed who now had his hands full with Rando and Foos. Rando took the second spot with seven laps to go and a caution with five circuits remaining put him right on Weaver’s rear bumper. Weaver got an excellent restart and drove away for the win as Kingseed rebounded to regain second. Kyle Peters came on strong at the end to garner third with Rando and Foos rounding out the top five.

Attica Raceway Park will wrap up the 2020 season with Kistler Racing Products/Jon Wright’s Custom Chrome Plating Presents the Mark Keegan Classic Championship night for the 410 and 305 sprints and late models. It is also a points night for the All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads/Kistler Racing Products 410 Attica Fremont Championship Series presented by the Baumann Auto Group and for the NAPA of Bryan 305 AFCS presented by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales.

Keep tabs on the ongoing race schedule at www.atticaracewaypark.com or follow the track on Twitter @atticaracewyprk or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/atticaracewaypark and Instagram at attica_raceway_park.

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Attica Raceway Park

Saturday, Sept. 5, 2020

All Star Circuit of Champions

Qualifying

Group (A)

1. 3-Jac Haudenschild, 13.344; 2. 28-Tim Shaffer, 13.344; 3. 87-Aaron Reutzel, 13.368; 4. 4-Cap Henry, 13.398; 5. 97-Max Stambaugh, 13.451; 6. 19R-Jordan Ryan, 13.470; 7. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg, 13.485; 8. 23-Cole Macedo, 13.492

Group (B)

1. 24-Rico Abreu, 13.349; 2. 17-Ian Madsen, 13.863; 3. 49D-Shawn Dancer, 13.868; 4. 55m-McKenna Haase, 13.896; 5. 5T-Travis Philo, 13.931; 6. W20-Greg Wilson, 14.264; 7. 35-Stuart Brubaker, 14.657; 8. 88N-Frank Neill, 14.810

Group (C)

1. 26-Cory Eliason, 13.513; 2. 71-Shane Stewart, 13.768; 3. 15k-Chad Kemenah, 13.835; 4. 70-Cale Thomas, 13.951; 5. 11-Zeb Wise, 14.037; 6. 11N-DJ Netto, 14.129; 7. 21N-Frankie Nervo, 14.811; 8. 3C-Cale Conley, 99.220

Group (D)

1. 13-Paul McMahan, 13.928; 2. 99-Skylar Gee, 14.007; 3. 77I-John Ivy, 14.273; 4. 3J-Trey Jacobs, 14.289; 5. 16-DJ Foos, 14.317; 6. 9Z-Duane Zablocki, 14.508; 7. 8M-TJ Michael, 14.641; 8. 5R-Byron Reed, 14.715

Heat #1 - Group (A) (10 Laps) - Top 5 Transfer

1. 87-Aaron Reutzel [2]; 2. 4-Cap Henry [1]; 3. 28-Tim Shaffer [3]; 4. 3-Jac Haudenschild [4]; 5. 97-Max Stambaugh [5]; 6. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg [7]; 7. 19R-Jordan Ryan [6]; 8. 23-Cole Macedo [8]

Heat #2 - Group (B) (10 Laps) - Top 5 Transfer

1. 24-Rico Abreu [4]; 2. 17-Ian Madsen [3]; 3. W20-Greg Wilson [6]; 4. 35-Stuart Brubaker [7]; 5. 5T-Travis Philo [5]; 6. 49D-Shawn Dancer [2]; 7. 88N-Frank Neill [8]; 8. 55M-McKenna Haase [1]

Heat #3 - Group (C) (10 Laps) - Top 5 Transfer

1. 70-Cale Thomas [1]; 2. 71-Shane Stewart [3]; 3. 26-Cory Eliason [4]; 4. 3C-Cale Conley [8]; 5. 15K-Chad Kemenah [2]; 6. 11-Zeb Wise [5]; 7. 11N-DJ Netto [6]; 8. 21N-Frankie Nervo [7]

Heat #4 - Group (D) (10 Laps) - Top 5 Transfer

1. 3J-Trey Jacobs [1]; 2. 99-Skylar Gee [3]; 3. 77I-John Ivy [2]; 4. 8M-TJ Michael [7]; 5. 13-Paul McMahan [4]; 6. 5R-Byron Reed [8]; 7. 16-DJ Foos [5]; 8. 9Z-Duane Zablocki [6]

Dash #1 (4 Laps)

1. 3J-Trey Jacobs [2]; 2. 70-Cale Thomas [1]; 3. 28-Tim Shaffer [4]; 4. 3-Jac Haudenschild [5]; 5. 26-Cory Eliason [3]

Dash #2 (4 Laps)

1. 24-Rico Abreu [2]; 2. 17-Ian Madsen [1]; 3. 87-Aaron Reutzel [3]; 4. 4-Cap Henry [4]; 5. 13-Paul McMahan [5]

B-Main (12 Laps) - Top 4 Transfer

1. 19R-Jordan Ryan [1]; 2. 5R-Byron Reed [5]; 3. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg [2]; 4. 16-DJ Foos [7]; 5. 11N-DJ Netto [6]; 6. 11-Zeb Wise [4]; 7. 49D-Shawn Dancer [3]; 8. 9Z-Duane Zablocki [10]; 9. 55M-McKenna Haase [9]; 10. 88N-Frank Neill [8]; 11. 21N-Frankie Nervo [11]

A-Main (40 Laps)

1. 24-Rico Abreu [2]; 2. 87-Aaron Reutzel [6]; 3. 4-Cap Henry [8]; 4. 17-Ian Madsen [4]; 5. 3J-Trey Jacobs [1]; 6. 28-Tim Shaffer [5]; 7. W20-Greg Wilson [13]; 8. 26-Cory Eliason [9]; 9. 71-Shane Stewart [11]; 10. 70-Cale Thomas [3]; 11. 8M-TJ Michael [15]; 12. 3C-Cale Conley [17]; 13. 97-Max Stambaugh [18]; 14. 19R-Jordan Ryan [21]; 15. 99-Skylar Gee [12]; 16. 16-DJ Foos [24]; 17. 5T-Travis Philo [20]; 18. 5R-Byron Reed [22]; 19. 15K-Chad Kemenah [19]; 20. 11-Zeb Wise [25]; 21. 3-Jac Haudenschild [7]; 22. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg [23]; 23. 13-Paul McMahan [10]; 24. 77I-John Ivy [14]; 25. 35-Stuart Brubaker [16]

Hard Charger: 16-DJ Foos +8

305 Sprints – Fremont Fence

Heat 1 - (8 Laps)

1. 1W-Paul Weaver[1] ; 2. 26-Jamie Miller[5] ; 3. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[6] ; 4. 28-Tad Peck[2] ; 5. 5M-Mike Moore[3] ; 6. 6-Jimmie Ward Jr[8] ; 7. 51-Garrett Craine[7] ; 8. 77X-Jamin Kindred[4]

Heat 2 - (8 Laps)

1. 3V-Chris Verda[4] ; 2. 47-Matt Lucius[1] ; 3. 19R-Steve Rando[5] ; 4. 1H-Zeth Sabo[6] ; 5. Z10-Brandon Moore[7] ; 6. 9-Logan Riehl[8] ; 7. 75-Jerry Dahms[3] ; 8. 3F-Wade Fraley[2]

Heat 3 - (8 Laps)

1. X-Mike Keegan[1] ; 2. 12F-Matt Foos[3] ; 3. 12-Kyle Capodice[7] ; 4. 97-Kyle Peters[2] ; 5. 29-Rich Farmer[6] ; 6. 5JR-Jim McGrath Jr.[5] ; 7. 3X-Brandon Riehl[4] ; 8. X15-Kasey Ziebold[8]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)

1. 9-Logan Riehl[2] ; 2. 5JR-Jim McGrath Jr.[3] ; 3. 75-Jerry Dahms[5] ; 4. 3X-Brandon Riehl[6] ; 5. 6-Jimmie Ward Jr[1] ; 6. X15-Kasey Ziebold[9] ; 7. 51-Garrett Craine[4] ; 8. 77X-Jamin Kindred[7] ; 9. 3F-Wade Fraley[8]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 1W-Paul Weaver[5] ; 2. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[3] ; 3. 97-Kyle Peters[2] ; 4. 19R-Steve Rando[1] ; 5. 12F-Matt Foos[6] ; 6. 26-Jamie Miller[10] ; 7. 1H-Zeth Sabo[12] ; 8. 5JR-Jim McGrath Jr.[17] ; 9. Z10-Brandon Moore[14] ; 10. 12-Kyle Capodice[11] ; 11. 3V-Chris Verda[9] ; 12. 3X-Brandon Riehl[19] ; 13. 9-Logan Riehl[16] ; 14. 47-Matt Lucius[7] ; 15. 29-Rich Farmer[15] ; 16. 5M-Mike Moore[13] ; 17. X-Mike Keegan[4] ; 18. 75-Jerry Dahms[18] ; 19. 28-Tad Peck[8] ; 20. 6-Jimmie Ward Jr[20]

Hard Charger: 5JR-Jimmy McGrath +9

 

 

Jacobus Scores First Career Victory at Clinton County
Mill Hall, PA –Aaron Jacobus of Corning NY topped the field of 26 RaceSaver Sprint Cars Friday night at the Clinton County Speedway. Noah Jensen of Nescopeck won his second Pro Stock feature of the season. Timmy Bitner of Beech Creek was victorious in both the 270 and 600 feature events. Sam Creveling was the winner of the 4 cylinder division.
Aaron Jacobus started on the front row by luck of the draw. Jacobus led the field as they came out of turn four to lead lap one over Larry McVay of Bordentown, NJ. By lap number seven, Jacobus, McVay, Dale Schweikart of Linden, Josh Beamer of Picture Rocks, and Dakota Schweikart of Linden began to encounter lapped traffic. The 3/8th mile oval created excitement with sprint cars racing for position around all four corners of the speedway.
The events only caution came out on lap number 11 for Reed Thompson who stopped on the speedway. On the restart, Jacobus held off the challenges from McVay and Schweikart who were in a contested battle for second. Schweikart won that battle on lap number thirteen. Tylor Cochran of Williamsport, who started eleventh, moved into the top five at the race’s mid-way point, and took the fourth position one circuit later. On lap 16, the leaders again were in heavy lapped traffic. Schweikart began to gain on Jacobus, but how each driver navigatedthrough lapped traffic could be the deciding factor of the race. With 2 laps remaining, Jacob made a power move to put a few lapped cars between him and Schweikart as the duo exited turn number four. At the checkered flag it was Jacobus over Schweikart, Cochran, McVay and Scott Lutz. Sixth through tenth were Dakota Schweikart, Josh Beamer, Garret Bard, Ryan Lynn, and Dylan Proctor. Heat races were won by Proctor, McVay and Jacobus.
Marc Bitler of Williamsport led the opening laps of the Pro Stock feature. Noah Kissinger battled with Bitleras Corey Long and Rich Fye were also in contention. Noah Jensen, who started ninth, worked this way up through the field and broke into the top five on lap number three. Two circuits later, Jensen was pressuring Bitler for the top position. At the mid-way point of the race, Jensen led Long, Bitler, Kissinger, and AY Schilling. As Jensen tried to distance himself from the field, the Pro Stocks drivers in 2nd through seventh jockeyed for position. AY Schilling passed Bitlerforthethird spot on lap number 12 And Ray Rothfuss advanced into the top five in the final laps of the race. At the finish, it was Jensen over Long, Schilling, Bitler and Rothfuss. AJ Stroup finished sixth followed by Noah Kissinger, Tommy Dawson, Fye and Kevin VanAmburg. Heat race winners were won by Shilling and Long.
Timmy Bitner of Beech Creek had a stellar performance during the night by winning both the 270 and 600 Micro feature events. Nick Whitesel lead the opening circuit of the 270 micro sprint feature. Doug Reinard took the lead at the completion of lap number two. On lap number four the red flag came when Jeffrey Weaver of Lock Haven rolled his sprint car in turn number four. On the restart, Bitner who started ninth made the winning pass for the lead. Whitesel, Reinard, Spotts and Jeff Haefke battled for the top five. The caution waved on lap number 8 when Buddy Kramer and Levi Brungard stopped on the speedway. That provided Whitesel and Reinard an opportunity to restart on Bitner’s back bumper. Bitner passed a lapped car on the white flag lap and went onto record the win over Whitesel, Ethan Spotts, Jeff Haefke and Troy Whitesel. Six through tenth were Dan Wertman, Logan Hammaker, Mitchell Holden, Kyler Shal and Dustin Roberts. Heat races were won by Nick Whitesel, Troy Whitesel, and Weaver.
Bitner and Trevor Teats started on the front row of the 600 Micro Sprint feature event. A four car accident on the opening lap in turn one brought out the red flag involving Garret Bard, Derek Swartz, Dan Tripoli, and Shawn Doebrick. Mikey Smith of Scranton took the lead on the restart and appeared to be the fastest car of the night. As Smith came through turns three and four, something on his car broke and ended his night. Bitner then inherited the lead with AJ Bast, Jeffrey Weaver, Teats, and Tyson Mowery in the top five. On lap number 6 the caution came out for Jeffrey Weaver. As the race restarted, Bitner led Teats, Johnny Smith, Mowery, and Jeff Gyuina. The top five racing order remained unchanged in the final laps, providing Bitner with his second win of the night. Sixth through tenth were Mitchell Holden, AJ Bast, Weaver, Doebrick and Dermot Thompson. Heat races were won by Bard and Weaver

Eric Miller and Jonathan Stringfellow led the full field of 4-Cylinders to the green flag. Stringfellow led the opening laps of the race, before 4thplace starter Sam Crevling took the lead on lap number 4. The caution waved on lap number five for Virgil Meyer and again on lap number seven for Tim Muthler. Creveling was strong on both restarts to hold off his challengers. When the checkered flag waived, Creveling edged out Josh Morton for the win. Sterling Kepner was third over Tyler Watson and Michael Luther. Sixth through tenth were Kennedey Courter, Scott Englert, Dylan Craft, Eric Miller, and Virgil Meyer.
In the Streetcar drag racing competition, Jeremy Swank of Somersetquickly became the crowd favorite. Swank competed in a Dodge Neon in a field dominated by pick-up trucks. A single eliminationbracket was used to determine the finalist for the one lap drag race. In the finals, Swank lined up again Stewart Majewsky of Houtzdale who was driving a Chevy 3500 HD Truck. Majewsky had the lead as the duo exited turn two. However, Swank carried his momentum out of the turns and caught the truck going down the back stretch. Swank made a pass for the lead as they entered turns three and four. The crowd cheered for Swank and his neon as he raced to the finish line to earn a trophy and $200 cash prize.
The Clinton County Speedway returns to racing this Friday night for a 6 division racing program. The event presented by RC Bowman Excavating will feature the Lenny Stroud Jr. Memorial. The Limited Late Model will race for $1,200 to win. The RaceSaver Sprint Cars, Pro Stocks, 270 Micro Sprints, 600 Micro Sprints and 4 Cylinders will all compete for an additional $100 bonus. All speedway championships will be decided as it is the final points event of the season. Gates will open at 5:15PM and Racing will begin at 7:30PM. For more information, visit www.clintoncountyspeedway.com or visit the speedway on Facebook
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RaceSaver Sprint Cars: 1. Aaron Jacobus 2. Dale Schweikart 3. Tylor Cochran 4. Larry McVay 5. Scott Lutz 6. Dakota Schweikart 7. Josh Beamer 8. Garret Bard 9. Ryan Lynn 10. Dylan Proctor 11. Kristina Pratt 12. John Walp 13. Jeffrey Weaver 14. Jared Zionkowski 15. Andrew Jacobs 16. Dave Guss Jr. 17. Ian Cummins 18. Derek Hauck 19. Jenna Shotz 20 Tom Weise 21 Matt Tebbs 22. Reed Thompson 23. Josh Fox 24. Frank Rusnock 25. Jim Kennedy 26. Fred Arnold
Pro Stocks: 1. Noah Jensen 2. Cory Long 3. AY Schilling 4. Marc Bitler 5. Ray Rothfuss 6. AJ Stroup 7. Noah Kissinger 8. Tommy Dawson 9. Rich Fye 10. Kevin VanAmburg 11. Bradley Benton 12. Jason Smith 13. Danny Jensen 14. John Myers 15. Rooster Peters 16. Tod Geyer 17. Ron Shirk 18. Ron Majewski
270 Micro Sprints: 1. Timmy Bitner 2. Nick Whitesel 3. Ethan Spotts 4. Jeff Haefke 5. Troy Whitesel 6. Dan Wertman 7. Logan Hammaker 8. Mitchell Holden 9. Kyler Stahl 10. Dustin Roberts 11. Corbin Leiby 12. Hunter Zimmerman 13. John Roberts 14. Mathew Dixson 15. James Bigler 16. Doug Reinard 17. Preston Bierly 18. Buddy Kramer 19. Levi Brungard 20. Jeffrey Weaver 21. Bobby Sanso 22. Gary Keister
600 Micro Sprints:1. Timmy Bitner 2. Trevor Teats 3. Johnny Smith 4. Tyson Mowery 5. Jeff Gyuina 6. Mitchell Holden 7. AJ Bast 8. Jeffrey Weaver 9. Shawn Doebrick 10. Dermot Thompson 11. Jay Corder 12. Joe Petyak 13. Dan Tripoli 14. Mikey Smith 15. Garrett Bard 16. Derek Swartz DNS Cody Hauck
4 Cylinders: 1. Sam Creveling 2. Josh Morton 3. Sterling Kepner 4. Tyler Watson 5. Michael Luther 6. Kennedey Courter 7. Scott Englert 8. Dylan Craft 9. Eric Miller 10. Virgil Myer 11. Chris Small 12. Skylar Witchley 13. Kyle Strouse 14. Chelsie Harris 15. Tim Muthler 16. Jonathan Stringfellow 17. Maddox Smith 18. Brett Shirk 19. Michael Boring 20. Matt Cauffman 21. Jimmy Delozier 22. Chris Orwig 23. William Kephart 24. Matthew Zimmerman.

 

 

Losh Earns $1,000 for Winning Modified Feature;

Adams, Ronk, Bishop and Headley Jr. Also Star

In Labor Day Weekend Classic

Friday Night at Gas City I-69 Speedway

GAS CITY, Ind., Sept. 5 – With extra money on the line the modified division took center stage at the Labor Day Weekend Classic at Gas City I-69 Speedway Friday night. The star of the show was no stranger to victory lane, as Derek Losh of Rensselaer, Ind., led all 20 laps and earned $1,000 for his seventh feature victory of the season at the Grant County quarter-mile dirt oval.

Several non-wing sprint car drivers who haven’t won at Gas City were the main players in the 25-lap sprint car feature. Only one could end the night with his first win, and that turned out to be Max Adams of Loomis, Calif., who nipped Kyle Simon of Covington, Ohio by 0.091 seconds at the checkered in the 25-lap main event.

The 15-lap winged outlaw 600cc micro-sprint feature went non-stop, with Craig Ronk of Warsaw, Ind. getting the victory.

Defending track champions Andy Bishop of Gas City and James Headley Jr. of Wabash, Ind. were triumphant in the 15-lap street stock and hornet features, respectively.

Losh started third in the modified feature, had the lead by Turn 2 on the first lap, withstood three restarts and some lapped traffic, and beat Dylan Woodling of Warsaw, Ind. to the checkered by 1.383 seconds.

The best battle was for second. Woodling got the position by passing Tony Anderson of Lima, Ohio on the outside working lap 11 to eventually earn the runner-up honors. Anderson pressured him throughout but had to settle for third. Dillon Nusbaum of Warsaw finished fourth and Zeke McKenzie of Claypool, Ind. was fifth.

Superior Sales and Service, Aggressive, R & R Transmission, Rensselaer Iron and Metal and Talbert Manufacturing sponsor Losh’s No. 21.

Simon started on the pole in the 20-car sprint car feature and led the first 23 laps followed by Adams; Dustin Ingle of Lima, Ohio, and a high-riding J.J. Hughes of Indianapolis, the current point leader.

Simon’s 2.859-second lead over Adams was wiped out with 13 laps down when Brian VanMeveren of Woodbury, Minn. spun in Turn 4 to bring out the first caution. On the restart Hughes passed Ingle and Adams to leap from fourth to second.

Simon had built his advantage back up to 1.130 seconds over Hughes by lap 15 when the sixth-, seventh- and eighth-place drivers — Evan Mosley of Lapel, Ind.; Matt McDonald of Pittsboro, Ind. and Korbyn Hayslett of Troy, Ohio — crashed between Turns 1 and 2. Shortly thereafter Shane Cockrum of Benton, Ill. spun in Turn 2 while eighth.

Adams passed Hughes to regain second at the start-finish line on lap 20. On the next lap there was contact between the pair which resulted in Hughes flipping violently between Turns 1 and 2, with his car landing upside down on its roll cage. Luckily a very disappointed Hughes climbed out under his own power.

Adams drew alongside Simon on the backstretch on laps 22 and 23 and made the pass stick on lap 24. Simon was just 0.091 seconds behind at the checkered. Veteran Matt Westfall of Pleasant Hill, Ohio came from eleventh to finish third. Ingle was fourth and Anthony D’Alessio of Gas City rounded out the top five.

Adams was in the famous Paul Hazen No. 57 usually driven by 2018 track champion Clinton Boyles of Cedar Lake, Ind., who was competing in a USAC midget race in his home state of Missouri Friday night. The winning DRC chassis is powered by a Kercher-prepped engine and it’s sponsored by Physical Medicine Consultants and KECO Coatings.

Simon’s DRC/Claxton is sponsored by USI Cable Corp., Mark Knupp Muffler & Tire and Fortney Performance. Ray Marshall Motorsports, Buckeye Machine and DPI Ink can be seen on Westfall’s Maxim/Hampshire, which won here July 17.

Brayden Clark, 17, of Tipton, Ind. was the race’s hard charger, as he started 18th and finished sixth to earn an extra $100 from A.J. and Matt Brookmyer. His family’s DRC is sponsored by G&G Oil, Quality Pallet and State Farm Insurance.

The Brookmyers also gave a new right-rear Hoosier tire to the first alternate, who was Parker Frederickson of Kokomo, Ind. His Maxim advertises L.M. Construction, Bell Maintenance and New Horizons Home Health Care.

Two other drivers also flipped during the program in addition to Hughes, but no one was transported for medical treatment afterwards. Dallas Hewitt of Fletcher, Ohio was the fastest among his group when he flipped in Turn 2 in the second sprint qualifying session with two laps down. Billy Cribbs of Muncie, Ind. flipped in Turn 2 and onto the backstretch at the start of the third sprint heat.

Ronk, 20, started second in the micro-sprint feature, dipped under polesitter Kole Kirkman of Kokomo, Ind. in Turn 3 on the second lap, and led the rest of the way in the non-stop 15-lapper. Kole Kirkman finished second, 3.045 seconds behind, with Todd Kirkman, also of Kokomo, third. Darin Naida of Adrian, Mich. placed fourth and Connor Wolf rounded out the top five.

Joe Mooney of Etna Green, Ind. owns the winning CS9, which is powered by a Brady Morgan Suzuki. The Car Company of Warsaw, Ind. is the team’s primary sponsor.

Bishop started second and led all the way in the 15-lap street stock feature. He had more than a 1-second lead by lap five with the Thompson Trucking/R & R Transmission No. 14. He had stretched that to 2.669 seconds when a yellow flew with 14 laps down after Justin Long of Lima, Ohio and Jeremy Johns crashed in Turn 4. But Bishop’s restart was spot-on, and he had a 0.274-second lead over Bill Bradley of Marion, Ind. at the checkered.

The real battle was for second between Bradley, Dave Fritz of Winamac, Ind., and modified winner Derek Losh, who finished in that order. Bradley started way back in 16th. Jeffery Jessup of Union City, Ind. rounded out the top five.

Headley Jr. led the first two laps of the hornet feature before his father, James Headley of Marion, Ind., dipped under him on the frontstretch to lead laps three through five. Headley Jr. regained the lead by using the low line in Turn 2 on lap six, and was never again headed.

Gage Allen of Warren, Ind. surprised Headley by getting second in Turn 2 on lap 11, but Headley had the spot back by the backstretch. Headley Jr.’s advantage over his father at the line was 0.507 seconds, but the two cars were so evenly matched their fastest race laps were only 0.005 apart.

Allen finished third over Kolton Sollars of LaFontaine, Ind. and Mark Casto of Marion, Ind.

The Headleys are sponsored by Dudding’s Heating and Cooling, Garriott Electric, Edwards Automotive, TJR Trucking and Headley’s Tree Service.

Alan Ram led all eight laps of the AMCA (Antique Motorcycle Club of America) motorcycle race in a 1942 Harley Davidson. He and his fellow riders are participating in a meet at Gas City Park this weekend.

The large crowd on hand also enjoyed a fireworks show to celebrate Labor Day.

Next Friday night, Sept. 11, is the track’s “Salute to First Responders/Battle of the Badges” in honor of those who were lost and those who responded to the terrorist attacks against America on Sept. 11, 2001, and those who serve the public as first responders today. Hot laps are slated to start at 6:30 p.m. with racing at 7:30 p.m. Sprint cars, USAC Midwest Thunder SpeeD2 midgets, modifieds, street stocks and hornets are on the card.

A special four-lap “Battle of the Badges” race will feature four hornet drivers representing local first responders.

James Headley will drive for the Grant County Sheriff’s Department, while James Headley Jr. will represent the Gas City Police Department. Gabe “Scrappy” Wilkins of Gas City will drive for the Gas City EMT/Rescue Squad, while Brandon Lines of Marion, Ind. will represent the Gas City Fire Department.

Each driver will decorate their race cars in honor of the first responders they represent. A special trophy will be given to the winning driver and department.

A collection will be taken for the Tim Eckstein Scholarship Fund. Eckstein, the former Gas City Police Chief, died unexpectedly on July 8 at the age of 54.

First responders and their families will be admitted for half price with proper identification.

The track will be dark on Friday, Sept. 18, but on Saturday, Sept. 19 it will be the site of the Gas City Power Pull, an Indiana Pulling League-sanctioned truck and tractor pull.

The third annual James Dean Classic is moving from Thursday, Sept. 24 to Friday, Sept. 25. An exciting announcement about that event is expected to be made soon.

The track’s 2020 season will conclude Oct. 2-3 with the second annual Fall Festival of Speed. Open-wheel cars will be featured on Friday and stock cars will be the main attraction on Saturday.

More information is on the track’s website at GasCityI69Speedway.com. Fans and competitors can also follow it on Twitter: @GasCitySpeedway; Instagram: @GasCitySpeedway and Facebook: GasCitySpeedwayOnTheGas.

Gas City I-69 Speedway is located on State Road 22, approximately a half-mile west of I-69, exit 259.

The results:

Modified Hot Laps Qualifying 1: 1. Josh Betts, 13.890; 2. Scott Orr, 14.112; 3. Terry Sroufe, 14.202; 4. Kevin Reeve, 14.321; 5. Chris Hicks, 14.352; 6. J.J. Butler, 14.834; 7. Mark Hotovy, 14.960.

Modified Hot Laps Qualifying 2: 1. Zeke McKenzie, 13.720; 3. J.R. Hotovy, 13.971; 3. Tony Anderson, 14.034; 4. Braxton Strait, 4.041; 5. John Halsey, 14.280; 6. Brad Hess, 14.384; 7. Jimmy Watters, 14.530; 8. Josh Hotsinpiller, 15.986.

Modified Hot Laps Qualifying 3: 1. Bub Roberts, 13.287; 2. Clayton Bryant, 13.552; 3. Dylan Woodling, 13.915; 4. Cole Sink, 13.998; 5. Andy Bishop, 14.135; 6. Darrin Mallery, 14.364; 7. Nick Richards, 15.072; 8. Todd Nelson, 15.753.

Modified Hot Laps Qualifying 4: 1. Derek Losh, 13.410; 2. Aaron Orr, 13.798; 3. Dillon Nusbaum, 14.058; 4. Todd Sherman, 14.212; 5. Bill Griffith, 14.294; 6. Terry Griliott, 14.694; 7. Doug McLachlan, 14.768; 8. Jimmy Hayden, 14.806.

Modified Heat 1 (8 laps, 4 transferred): 1. Scott Orr, 2. Terry Sroufe, 3. Kevin Reeve, 4. Josh Betts, 5. Chris Hicks, 6. John Arvaro, 7. Mark Hotovy, 8. J.J. Butler.

Modified Heat 2 (8 laps, 4 transferred): 1. Zeke McKenzie, 2. Tony Anderson, 3. J.R. Hotovy, 4. Braxton Strait, 5. Brad Hess, 6. John Halsey, 7. Jimmy Watters, 8. Josh Hotsinpiller.

Modified Heat 3 (8 laps, 4 transferred): 1. Bub Roberts, 2. Dylan Woodling, 3. Andy Bishop, 4. Nick Richards, 5. Clayton Bryant, 6. Todd Nelson, 7. Cole Sink, 8. Darrin Mallery.

Modified Heat 4 (8 laps, 4 transferred): 1. Derek Losh, 2. Dillon Nusbaum, 3. Todd Sherman, 4. Bill Griffith, 5. Aaron Orr, 6. Terry Griliott, 7. Jimmy Hayden, 8. Doug McLachlan.

Modified B-Main 1 (8 laps, 2 transferred): 1. Clayton Bryant, 2. Cole Sink, 3. John Arvago, 4. Chris Hicks, 5. Mark Hotovy, 6. J.J. Butler, 7. Todd Nelson, 8. Darrin Mallery.

Modified B-Main 2 (8 laps, 2 transferred): 1. Aaron Orr, 2. Terry Griliott, 3. Jimmy Watters, 4. Jimmy Hayden, 5. Brad Hess, 6. Doug McLachlan, 7. Josh Hotsinpiller, 8. John Halsey.

Modified Feature (20 laps, with starting position in parentheses): 1. Derek Losh (3); 2. Dylan Woodling (8); 3. Tony Anderson (5); 4. Dillon Nusbaum (7); 5. Zeke McKenzie (4); 6. Todd Sherman (12); 7. Scott Orr (1); 8. Andy Bishop (11); 9. Josh Betts (13); 10. Clayton Bryant (17); 11. Terry Sroufe (6); 12. Kevin Reeve (9); 13. Bill Griffith (16); 14. Braxton Strait (14); 15. Aaron Orr (18); 16. Nick Richards (15); 17. J.R. Hotovy (10); 18. Terry Griliott (20); 19. Cole Sink (19); 20. Bub Roberts (2).

Margin of Victory: 1.383 seconds

Lap Leaders: Laps 1-20, Losh.

Non-Wing Sprints Hot Laps Qualifying Session 1: 1. Shane Cockrum, 12.483; 2. Cody White, 12.535; 3. Matt McDonald, 12.619; 4. J.J. Hughes, 12.625; 5. Tyler Kendall, 12.652; 6. Max Adams, 12.686; 7. Brayden Clark, 12.840; 8. Aaron Davis, 12.843; 9. Ricky Lewis, NT.

Non-Wing Sprints Hot Laps Qualifying Session 2: 1. Dallas Hewitt, 12.093; 2. Matt Westfall, 12.116; 3. Adam Byrkett, 12.161; 4. Dustin Ingle, 12.165; 5. Cole Ketcham, 12.312; 6. Kyle Simon, 12.321; 7. Korbyn Hayslett, 12.388; 8. Garrett Abrams, 12.450; 9. Parker Frederickson, 12.986.

Non-Wing Sprints Hot Laps Qualifying Session 3: 1. Billy Cribbs, 12.158; 2. Evan Mosley, 12.280; 3. Anthony D’Alessio, 12.285; 4. Brian VanMeveren, 12.457; 5. Paul Dues, 12.504; 6. Zack Pretorius, 12.504; 7. Jack James, 12.830; 8. Tony Main, 12.885.

Non-Wing Sprint Heat 1 (8 laps, 5 transferred): 1. J.J. Hughes, 2. Max Adams, 3. Matt McDonald, 4. Shane Cockrum, 5. Cody White, 6. Brayden Clark, 7. Ricky Lewis, 8. Tyler Kendall, 9. Aaron Davis.

Non-Wing Sprint Heat 2 (8 laps, 5 transferred): 1. Kyle Simon, 2. Dustin Ingle, 3. Adam Byrkett, 4. Matt Westfall, 5. Cole Ketcham, 6. Parker Frederickson, 7. Korbyn Hayslett, 8. Garrett Abrams, 9. Dallas Hewitt (DNS).

Non-Wing Sprint Heat 3 (8 laps, 5 transferred): 1. Anthony D’Alessio, 2. Zack Pretorius, 3. Evan Mosley, 4. Brian VanMeveren, 5. Paul Dues, 6. Tony Main, 7. Jack James, 8. Billy Cribbs.

Non-Wing Sprint B-Main (10 laps, 5 transferred): 1. Ricky Lewis, 2. Korbyn Hayslett, 3. Brayden Clark, 4. Tyler Kendall, 5. Aaron Davis, 6. Parker Frederickson, 7. Tony Main, 8. Jack James, 9. Garrett Abrams (DNS), 10. Billy Cribbs (DNS), 11. Dallas Hewitt (DNS).

Non-Wing Sprint Feature 1 (20 laps, with starting position in parentheses): 1. Max Adams (3); 2. Kyle Simon (1); 3. Matt Westfall (11); 4. Dustin Ingle (2); 5. Anthony D’Alessio (6); 6. Brayden Clark (18); 7. Cody White (13); 8. Paul Dues (15); 9. Korbyn Hayslett (17); 10. Cole Ketcham (14); 11. Adam Byrkett (8); 12. Shane Cockrum (10); 13. Tyler Kendall (19); 14. Aaron Davis (20); 15. Ricky Lewis (16); 16. Zack Pretorius (5); 17. J.J. Hughes (4); 18. Matt McDonald (7); 19. Evan Mosley (9); 20. Brian VanMeveren (12).

Margin of Victory: 0.091 seconds

Lap Leaders: Laps 1-23, Simon; laps 24-25, Adams.

Winged Outlaw 600cc Micro-Sprint Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. Kole Kirkman, 2. Darin Naida, 3. Febe Wolf, 4. Todd Kirkman, 5. Jakeb Boxell, 6. Ryan Ball, 7. Brandon Sweat (DNS), 8. Malachi Sweat (DNS).

Winged Outlaw 600cc Micro-Sprint Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. Craig Ronk, 2. Connor Wolf, 3. Parker Leek, 4. Wes Pinkerton, 5. Jon Trudeau, 6. Kati Waggonor, 7. Noah Whitehouse.

Winged Outlaw 600cc Micro-Sprint Feature (15 laps, with starting position in parentheses): 1. Craig Ronk (2); 2. Kole Kirkman (1); 3. Todd Kirkman (7); 4. Darin Naida (3); 5. Connor Wolf (4); 6. Wes Pinkerton (8); 7. Jakeb Boxell (9); 8. Parker Leek (6); 9. Febe Wolf (5); 10. Jon Trudeau (10); 11. Noah Whitehouse (14); 12. Kati Waggoner (12); 13. Ryan Ball (11);14. Brandon Sweat (DNS); 15. Malachi Sweat (DNS).

Margin of Victory: 3.045 seconds

Lap Leaders: Lap 1, K. Kirkman; laps 2-15, Ronk.

Street Stock Hot Laps: 1. Andy Bishop, 14.464; 2. Dave Fritz, 14.553; 3. Derek Losh, 14.841; 4. David Norman, 15.058; 5. Bill Bradley, 15.258; 6. D.J. Holt, 15.260; 7. Jeffery Jessup, 15.327; 8. Jordan Conover, 15.405; 9. Mark Wooten, 15.408; 10. James Headley, 15.424; 11. Justin Long, 15.466; 12. Glenn Bradley, 15.476; 13. Jason Fritz, 15.757; 14. Luke Timmerman, 15.836; 15. Larry Persinger, 15.884; 16. Jeremy Jones, 15.918; 17. Reece Harkinson, 16.000; 18. Cale Ramey, 18.564.

Street Stock Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. Dave Fritz, 2. Mark Wooten, 3. Jordan Conover, 4. Reece Harkinson, 5. Jeffery Jessup, 6. Larry Persinger, 7. Cale Ramey, 8. Jason Fritz, 9. David Norman (DNS).

Street Stock Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. Andy Bishop, 2. Derek Losh, 3. D.J. Holt, 4. Glenn Bradley, 5. Luke Timmerman, 6. Jeremy Jones, 7. James Headley, 8. Bill Bradley, 9. Justin Long.

Street Stock Feature (15 laps, with starting position in parentheses): 1. Andy Bishop (2); 2. Bill Bradley (16); 3. Dave Fritz (1); 4. Derek Losh (4); 5. Jeffery Jessup (9); 6. Glenn Bradley (8); 7. Mark Wooten (3); 8. Luke Timmerman (10); 9. Larry Persinger (11); 10. Justin Long (18); 11. Jeremy Jones (12); 12. Jason Fritz (15); 13. Cale Ramey (13); 14. D.J. Holt (6); 15. Reece Harkinson (7); 16. Jordan Conover (5); 17. James Headley (14); 18. David Norman (DNS).

Margin of Victory: 0.274 seconds

Lap Leaders: Laps 1-15, Bishop.

Hornet Hot Laps: 1. James Headley Jr., 16.488; 2. Aaron Tatman, 17.114; 3. Brandon Lines, 17.233; 4. Mark Casto, 17.266; 5. Brady Hines, 17.410; 6. Charlie Teegarden, 17.518; 7. Kolton Sollars, 17.537; 8. Seth Trissel, 17.616; 9. Gage Allen, 17.771; 10. Joey Eastes, 17.971; 11. Gabe “Scrappy” Wilkins, 18.037; 12. Robbie Tuttle, 18.366; 13. Robbie White, 18.512; 14. Jesse Arenas, 18.773; 15. Billy Beard, 18.800; 16. Allison Butler, 19.335; 17. Stevan Owens, NT.

Hornet Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. James Headley Jr., 2. Charlie Teegarden, 3. Aaron Tatman, 4. Brandon Lines, 5. Joey Eastes, 6. Seth Trissel, 7. Robbie White, 8. Billy Beard, 9. Jesse Arenas, 10. Allison Butler.

Hornet Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. James Headley, 2. Kolton Sollars, 3. Gage Allen, 4. Mark Casto, 5. Brady Hines, 6. Gabe “Scrappy” Wilkins, 7. Eddie Tucker Jr., 8. Robbie Tuttle.

Hornet Feature (15 laps, with starting position in parentheses): 1. James Headley Jr. (1); 2. James Headley (2); 3. Gage Allen (6); 4. Kolton Sollars (4); 5. Mark Casto (8); 6. Aaron Tatman (5); 7. Charlie Teegarden (3); 8. Joey Eastes (9); 9. Billy Beard (17); 10. Brandon Lines (7); 11. Seth Trissel (11); 12. Allison Butler (13); 13. Robbie Tuttle (16); 14. Brady Hines (10); 15. Jesse Arenas (19); 16. Gabe “Scrappy” Wilkins (12); 17. Eddie Tucker (14); 18. Robbie White (DNS); 19. Steven Owens (DNS).

Margin of Victory: 0.507 seconds

Lap Leaders: Laps 1-2, Headley Jr.; laps 3-5, Headley; laps 6-15, Headley Jr.

 

 

McMullen bags first MSA
Harry Neitzel Tribute triumph

(PEDAL DOWN PROMOTIONS) September 4, 2020 – Three-time Midwest Sprint Car Association champion Brandon McMullen Oshkosh added one of the MSA’s crown jewels to his trophy case by claiming the fourth annual Harry Neitzel Tribute Race Friday, Sept. 4, at the Dodge County Fairgrounds in Beaver Dam, Wis.

The prestigious 14th MSA event of the 2020 season, which was run in honor of the late Beaver Dam resident, who was one of the most beloved figures in the MSA and the entire Southeastern Wisconsin racing community, drew a field of 23 competitors to the “horsepower half mile.”

After an aborted start for a four-car incident in turn two involving Nick Daywalt of Hubertus, Justin Miller of Plymouth, Chris Clayton and Waldo and Plymouth’s Justin Erickson, outside front row starter Tony Wondra of Campbellsport outpowered polesitter Tim Haddy of Waupun to take the lead on the opening circuit of the 20-lap MSA main event.

On lap 2, Brandon McMullen, who started fourth, worked his way past Haddy into second and quickly set his sights on the leader. By lap 5, McMullen had reeled in Wondra and attempted to dive low in turn three to take over the spot.

However, Wondra battled back along the outside groove to maintain the top spot in turn four. On lap 7, the leaders began to encounter lapped traffic, which allowed McMullen to again move within striking distance of Wondra.

On lap 11, Wondra drifted high over the cushion in turn four, which allowed McMulllen to seize the top spot along the low groove. Once ahead, McMullen opened up a solid lead, while fifth starter Travis Arenz of Sheboygan, who entered the race with a five-point lead over McMullen in the MSA point standings, charged in to work around Wondra into second on lap 23.

McMullen cruised over the final two laps to post his 28th career MSA A-main victory, fifth MSA main event victory of the 2020 season and first Harry Neitzel Tribute Race trophy.

Arenz finished second, Wondra ended up third, 2005 MSA champion Lance Fassbender moved up from the 13th starting spot to place fourth and ninth starter Jack Vanderboom of Dousman rounded out the top five.

After the race, McMullen ranked the victory at the top of his 28 career MSA wins.

“This race really means a lot to me,” McMullen said. “Harry was a really good to us when we first came into the 360s and he was friends with everyone. Pretty much everyone in this pit area tonight knows who Harry was and what he meant to racing in this area. This wins means a ton. I’d say it is the biggest win of my career so far.”

Arenz was satisfied with his second-place run on the high-speed half mile.

“I can’t complain too much about second place,” Arenz said. “It was a good run and I’m happy with it.”

Wondra gave McMullen all he could handle through the first half of the race before ending up with a spot on the podium.

“We were really strong in the beginning,” Wondra said. “This race would have been sweet to win. We just didn’t have anything for those guys at the end tonight.”

Heat race victories went to Travis Arenz, Brandon McMullen and Tony Wondra.

The next two events on the MSA schedule will be at The Plymouth Dirt Track at the Sheboygan County Fairgrounds on Saturday, Sept. 5 and Saturday, Sept. 12 with grandstand gates opening at 4:30 p.m. with hot laps at 5:30 p.m. and racing to follow.

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Midwest Sprint Car Association
Dodge County Fairgrounds
Beaver Dam, Wis.
September 4, 2020

HEAT 1
1, Travis Arenz 2, Tyler Davis 3, Chris Clayton 4, Tim Haddy 5, Chris Larson 6, Will Gerrits 7, Bill Taylor 8, Blake Wondra.

HEAT 2
1, Brandon McMullen 2, Paul Pokorski 3, Jack Vanderboom 4, Justin Erickson 5, Justin Miller 6, Lance Fassbender 7, Scotty Neitzel 8, Tyler Brabant.

HEAT 3
1, Tony Wondra 2, Kurt Davis 3, Nick Daywalt 4, Adam Miller 5, Tyler Tischendorf 6, Scott Conger 7, Preston Ruh.

A MAIN
1, Brandon McMullen 2, Travis Arenz, 3, Tony Wondra 4, Lance Fassbender 5, Jack Vanderboom 6, Tim Haddy 7, Scotty Neitzel 8, Paul Pokorski 9, Scott Conger 10, Will Gerrits 11, Adam Miller 12, Tyler Davis 13, Chris Larson 14, Tyler Brabant 15, Tyler Tischendorf 16, Bill Taylor 17, Preston Ruh 18, Blake Wondra 19, Kurt Davis 20, Chris Clayton 21, Nick Daywalt 22, Justin Miller 23, Justin Erickson.


 

 

Heath Wrangles Round 1 of Montana Round Up at Electric City Speedway

Inside Line Promotions - GREAT FALLS, Mont. (Sept. 4, 2020) - Colton Heath topped the opening night of the 26th annual Montana Round Up on Friday evening at Electric City Speedway.

Heath maneuvered from his fifth starting position to score the 360ci sprint car victory at the dirt oval, earning the $1,500 top prize and building momentum for the remainder of the three-day event.

Polesitter Tanner Holmes led the first lap of the main event before J.J. Hickle took over the top spot on Lap 2. It didn't take long for Heath to find the front of the field and he pulled away late in the race in traffic.

Garen Linder advanced from eighth to second place and Jason Solwold rounded out the podium. Holmes finished fourth and Montana native Trever Kirkland was fifth.

Kirkland, Heath, Colby Thornhill and D.J. Brink were the heat race winners in a field of 30 drivers. James Setters won the B Main. Chance Crum was the A Main Hard Charger, rallying from 20th to eighth after maneuvering from 12th to fourth place in the B Main to secure the final transfer position into the feature.

Round 2 of the 26th annual Montana Round Up is Saturday with hot laps scheduled for 7 p.m. IMCA Modifieds and WISSOTA Midwest Mods join the sprint cars as part of the program.

Grandstand seating was limited this weekend because of COVID-19 restrictions and has been sold out. However, pit passes remain and there will be a live video stream of all of the action at http://www.ElectricCitySpeedway.TV .

The Pay-Per-View price is $20 per night.

MONTANA ROUND UP AT ELECTRIC CITY SPEEDWAY (Sept. 4, 2020) -

360 Sprint Cars

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 33-Colton Heath (5); 2. 22-Garen Linder (8); 3. 18-Jason Solwold (4); 4. 18T-Tanner Holmes (1); 5. 37-Trever Kirkland (7); 6. 63-JJ Hickle (3); 7. 7-Tyler Thompson (10); 8. 10L-Chance Crum (20); 9. 8-Devon Borden (6); 10. 19-Colby Thornhill (2); 11. 96-Greg Hamilton (14); 12. 38-DJ Brink (9); 13. 2-James Setters (17); 14. 81-Daren Smith (12); 15. 33T-Tyler Driever (18); 16. 0-Kory Wermling (19); 17. 3M-Shane Moore (13); 18. 10C-Brock Lemley (11); 19. (DNF) 17-Cam Smith (15); 20. (DNF) 1F-DJ Freitas (16).

B Feature (12 Laps): 1. 2-James Setters (2); 2. 33T-Tyler Driever (1); 3. 0-Kory Wermling (10); 4. 10L-Chance Crum (12); 5. F1-Corbyn Fauver (7); 6. 33S-Lance Sargent (8); 7. 38B-Bryan Brown (6); 8. 51-Rich Bailey (11); 9. (DNF) 7O-Chase Goetz (9); 10. (DNF) 46JR-Joel Myers (5); 11. (DNF) 1K-Kinzer Cox (4); 12. (DNF) 9-Reece Goetz (3).

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 37-Trever Kirkland (3); 2. 63-JJ Hickle (6); 3. 7-Tyler Thompson (4); 4. 10C-Brock Lemley (5); 5. 38B-Bryan Brown (1); 6. 9-Reece Goetz (8); 7. 51-Rich Bailey (7); 8. (DNF) 10L-Chance Crum (2).

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 33-Colton Heath (6); 2. 8-Devon Borden (5); 3. 1F-DJ Freitas (2); 4. 96-Greg Hamilton (4); 5. F1-Corbyn Fauver (1); 6. 33S-Lance Sargent (3); 7. 7O-Chase Goetz (8); 8. (DNF) 4PLAY-Cliff Nelson Jr (7).

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 19-Colby Thornhill (3); 2. 3M-Shane Moore (1); 3. 17-Cam Smith (2); 4. 81-Daren Smith (7); 5. 2-James Setters (4); 6. 33T-Tyler Driever (6); 7. 46JR-Joel Myers (5).

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 38-DJ Brink (1); 2. 18T-Tanner Holmes (4); 3. 22-Garen Linder (5); 4. 18-Jason Solwold (6); 5. 1K-Kinzer Cox (3); 6. 0-Kory Wermling (2); 7. (DNF) 4N-John Nelson (7).

UP NEXT -

Saturday and Sunday at Electric City Speedway in Great Falls, Mont., for the 26th annual Montana Round Up

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ABOUT ELECTRIC CITY SPEEDWAY -

Electric City Speedway is a semi-banked, 3/10-mile oval that was built in the early 1950s in Great Falls, Mont. The facility showcases weekly events from late April until early September. For more information, visit http://www.ElectricCitySpeedway.com .

 

 

Shaffer breaks All Star dry spell with Attica win; Bores earns 1st late model win of 2020

Friday, Sept. 4, 2020

by Brian Liskai

ATTICA, Ohio – It had been since February 2019 since Tim Shaffer stood in victory lane with the Ollie’s Bargain Outlet All Star Circuit of Champions Presented by Mobil 1. The Aliquippa, Pa. driver – a four time series champion – ended that drought Friday, Sept. 4 at Attica Raceway Park, opening the Attica Ambush with his 67th career All Star win, leading all 40 laps.

The victory was the second on the season at Attica for Shaffer and the 19th of his career at “Ohio’s Finest Racing” speed plant on Murphy Tractor and Equipment/Stillwater Metals/Core & Main Presented by Kistler Racing Products/Kistler Engines Night. Shaffer’s victory aboard the Brian Grove Racing #28 came on the 127th appearance of the All Stars at Attica Raceway Park.

“It’s been awhile…I haven’t run with them (All Stars) steady. But, we’re building a team. We can only run a limited schedule and boy we have to make it worthwhile when we do. Hats off to my guys, Rider Engines, RPM Chassis, Momentum Shocks…just everybody stepped up and here we are,” said Shaffer beside his Canton Erectors/Rudzik Excavating backed machine.

Shaffer, who pays very close attention to the shock packages on the sprint car he drives, said that is the key to winning.

“You have to pay attention to the shocks. These kids are getting harder and harder to beat so we have to get our car really nice. Actually I have one of Keith (Berner) shocks on the right front and the other three are Momentum. They are just all working together. I got some stuff from Keith for my late model too. It’s all about enjoying yourself and this is about making a living and the late model is for playing,” Shaffer added.

Shaffer had to survive a restart with five laps to go and made a change in his racing line, moving to the high side.

“You have to move around. This is Attica and if you don’t move around you’re going to get your ass handed to you. It definitely changes throughout the night and I just hoped I was doing the right things,” the winner added.

Bixby, Oklahoma’s Shane Stewart gave Shaffer all he could handle late in the race but settled for second in the Indy Race Parts #71.

“We haven’t raced that much together Bernie and I but every time we do this car is fast. I started to fade a little the last 10 laps, I think we were running out of fuel. Hopefully we can make some adjustments and contend again tomorrow,” said Stewart of his Jonestown KOA/Capital Renegade/Indy Race Parts backed machine.

Fairland, Indiana’s Cale Thomas made a late race charge to round out the podium in the Pete Grove Racing #70.

“I feel back to about 10th at the beginning and I just had to remember this is the Attica I grew up learning to race on from about five or six years ago. I moved the wing back and was able to race the middle of the track,” said Thomas of his Lumber and Things/River City Wood/Lutes Custom Cabinetry, Premier Pallet backed sprint car.

Bellevue, Ohio’s Mike Bores took the lead on lap 18 of the Dirt Nerds Podcast/Propane.com Late Model A-main and withstood a caution with just six laps to go to win his first feature of the season and taking home the $3,000 payday. It was Bores sixth career win at Attica.

“I was nervous when I saw that 79 car (Doug Drown) up to third on that last restart. I was counting the laps down and thought ‘hear comes hammer down Doug Drown.’ I want to thank my wife and little boy, my crew, Noah, Frank, Nick, Brent, Burns Electric, Underground Utilities, Accuforce, Clements Racing Engines and Roeder Racing,” said Bores in victory lane.

Cale Conley and Jac Haudenschild brought the field to green for the 40-lap All Star feature but the initial start was called back and Conley was moved back a row for jumping. When the green flew again Shaffer bolted into the lead with Haudenschild, Conley, Trey Jacobs, eighth starter Shane Stewart and Cory Eliason giving chase. While Haudenschild hounded Shaffer, Conley and Stewart battled side by side over several laps for third.

A caution with 11 laps in kept Shaffer out of lapped traffic and he again pulled away when the green reappeared while Haudenschild and Stewart battled for second. Stewart took the runner-up spot on lap 18 just before a caution flew at the half-way point.

On the ensuing restart Stewart drove to Shaffer’s outside to challenge but Shaffer hit his marks and began to pull away again, building his lead to nearly a second and half with 14 laps to go. With 10 circuits remaining heavy lapped traffic faced Shaffer with Stewart, Haudenschild, Conley, Eliason and Thomas staying close. At one point Conley, Eliason and Thomas were three wide battling for fourth.

The final caution flew with five laps to go when Conley and Eliason made contact battling for fifth with Eliason stopping with heavy front end damage. When the green flew Shaffer moved his restart marks to the high side of one and two and it paid off as he drove away for the win over Stewart, Thomas, Conley, Paul McMahan and the night’s hard charger Rico Abreu who charged from 23rd to sixth. Haudenschild, Ian Madsen, Cole Duncan and TJ Michael, who came from last, rounded out the top 10.

Defending Attica late model champion Doug Drown and Jerry Bowersock led the field to green for the 30 lap late feature with Drown grabbing a commanding lead over Rob Anderzack, Bowersock, Dave Hornikel, Devin Shiels and Matt Irey.

Irey worked his way up to second on lap 11 and was closing on Drown when the leader got tangled up with a lapped car and spun. Irey now led Anderzack, Bores, Hornikel and Ryan Missler. Just as Irey was pulling away something broke and he went to the pits, handing the lead to Bores who took second just a half lap earlier.

Bores pulled away on the restart as Anderzack had to deal with Bowersock and Hornikel with Missler, Shiels and Markham in pursuit. With eight laps to go the car on the move was Drown who had worked his way from the tail up to fourth.

A final caution with six laps to go put Anderzack, Bowersock, Drown and Missler right on Bores’ rear bumper. Bores got an excellent restart while Drown blasted into second and started to close on the leader. Bores made no mistakes the final hand full of laps to score the win over Drown, Markham, Anderzack and Bowersock.

Attica Raceway Park will be back in action Saturday, Sept. 5 on Core & Main/All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads Presented by Kistler Racing Products/Kistler Engines Night. The All Stars will be gunning for $10,000 while the Fremont Fence 305 Sprints will battle for a $1,000 pay day.

Keep tabs on the ongoing race schedule at www.atticaracewaypark.com or follow the track on Twitter @atticaracewyprk or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/atticaracewaypark and Instagram at attica_raceway_park.

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Attica Raceway Park

Friday, Sept. 4, 2020

All Star Circuit of Champions

Qualifying

Group (A)

1. 11-Zeb Wise, 12.826; 2. 97-Max Stambaugh, 12.863; 3. 35-Stuart Brubaker, 12.908; 4. 3-Jac Haudenschild, 12.925; 5. 16-DJ Foos, 12.941; 6. 5R-Byron Reed, 13.081; 7. 27Z-Zane DeVault, 13.177; 8. 4S-Tyler Street, 13.293; 9. 27-Keith Sheffer, 13.297

Group (B)

1. 4-Cap Henry, 12.907; 2. 15k-Chad Kemenah, 13.011; 3. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg, 13.018; 4. 22-Cole Duncan, 13.033; 5. 99-Skylar Gee, 13.086; 6. 49D-Shawn Dancer, 13.242; 7. W20-Greg Wilson, 13.287; 8. 77I-John Ivy, 13.326

Group (C)

1. 3C-Cale Conley, 12.826; 2. 71-Shane Stewart, 13.122; 3. 9Z-Duane Zablocki, 13.252; 4. 70M-Henry Malcuit, 13.357; 5. 19R-Jordan Ryan, 13.369; 6. 33W-Caleb Griffith, 13.442; 7. 20-Daniel Burkhart, 14.013; 8. 88N-Frank Neill, 14.146

Group (D)

1. 13-Paul McMahan, 12.820; 2. 23-Cole Macedo, 12.886; 3. 70-Cale Thomas, 12.889; 4. 28-Tim Shaffer, 13.161; 5. 8M-TJ Michael, 13.286; 6. 55m-McKenna Haase, 13.341; 7. 87-Aaron Reutzel, 13.363; 8. 4T-Josh Turner, 13.756

Group (E)

1. 26-Cory Eliason, 12.899; 2. 17-Ian Madsen, 12.989; 3. O9-Craig Mintz, 13.078; 4. 3J-Trey Jacobs, 13.189; 5. 24-Rico Abreu, 13.220; 6. 21N-Frankie Nervo, 13.330; 7. 11N-DJ Netto, 13.526; 8. 5T-Travis Philo, 99.580

Heat #1 - Group (A) (10 Laps) - Top 4 Transfer

1. 3-Jac Haudenschild [1]; 2. 35-Stuart Brubaker [2]; 3. 97-Max Stambaugh [3]; 4. 11-Zeb Wise [4]; 5. 16-DJ Foos [5]; 6. 5R-Byron Reed [6]; 7. 27Z-Zane DeVault [7]; 8. 4S-Tyler Street [8]; 9. 27-Keith Sheffer [9]

Heat #2 - Group (B) (10 Laps) - Top 4 Transfer

1. 22-Cole Duncan [1]; 2. 4-Cap Henry [4]; 3. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg [2]; 4. 99-Skylar Gee [5]; 5. W20-Greg Wilson [7]; 6. 77I-John Ivy [8]; 7. 49D-Shawn Dancer [6]; 8. 15K-Chad Kemenah [3]

Heat #3 - Group (C) (10 Laps) - Top 4 Transfer

1. 71-Shane Stewart [3]; 2. 9Z-Duane Zablocki [2]; 3. 3C-Cale Conley [4]; 4. 33W-Caleb Griffith [6]; 5. 19R-Jordan Ryan [5]; 6. 70M-Henry Malcuit [1]; 7. 20-Daniel Burkhart [7]; 8. 88N-Frank Neill [8]

Heat #4 - Group (D) (10 Laps) - Top 4 Transfer

1. 28-Tim Shaffer [1]; 2. 70-Cale Thomas [2]; 3. 13-Paul McMahan [4]; 4. 87-Aaron Reutzel [7]; 5. 8M-TJ Michael [5]; 6. 4T-Josh Turner [8]; 7. 55M-McKenna Haase [6]; 8. 23-Cole Macedo [3]

Heat #5 - Group (E) (10 Laps) - Top 4 Transfer

1. 3J-Trey Jacobs [1]; 2. 17-Ian Madsen [3]; 3. 26-Cory Eliason [4]; 4. O9-Craig Mintz [2]; 5. 24-Rico Abreu [5]; 6. 5T-Travis Philo [8]; 7. 11N-DJ Netto [7]; 8. 21N-Frankie Nervo [6]

Dash #1 (4 Laps)

1. 3C-Cale Conley [2]; 2. 28-Tim Shaffer [4]; 3. 26-Cory Eliason [3]; 4. 70-Cale Thomas [6]; 5. 13-Paul McMahan [5]; 6. 11-Zeb Wise [1]

Dash #2 (4 Laps)

1. 3-Jac Haudenschild [1]; 2. 3J-Trey Jacobs [2]; 3. 97-Max Stambaugh [3]; 4. 71-Shane Stewart [4]; 5. 4-Cap Henry [6]; 6. 22-Cole Duncan [5]

B-Main (12 Laps) - Top 4 Transfer

1. 23-Cole Macedo [1]; 2. 16-DJ Foos [2]; 3. 24-Rico Abreu [3]; 4. 8M-TJ Michael [4]; 5. 77I-John Ivy [8]; 6. 5R-Byron Reed [7]; 7. 19R-Jordan Ryan [6]; 8. 5T-Travis Philo [11]; 9. W20-Greg Wilson [5]; 10. 27Z-Zane DeVault [12]; 11. 55M-McKenna Haase [14]; 12. 4S-Tyler Street [18]; 13. 49D-Shawn Dancer [13]; 14. 11N-DJ Netto [15]; 15. 27-Keith Sheffer [21]; 16. 21N-Frankie Nervo [19]; 17. 88N-Frank Neill [20]; 18. 4T-Josh Turner [10]; 19. 20-Daniel Burkhart [16]

A-Main (40 Laps)

1. 28-Tim Shaffer [3]; 2. 71-Shane Stewart [8]; 3. 70-Cale Thomas [7]; 4. 3C-Cale Conley [1]; 5. 13-Paul McMahan [9]; 6. 24-Rico Abreu [22]; 7. 3-Jac Haudenschild [2]; 8. 17-Ian Madsen [14]; 9. 22-Cole Duncan [11]; 10. 8M-TJ Michael [24]; 11. 4-Cap Henry [12]; 12. O9-Craig Mintz [17]; 13. 99-Skylar Gee [18]; 14. 11-Zeb Wise [10]; 15. 16-DJ Foos [21]; 16. 87-Aaron Reutzel [19]; 17. 35-Stuart Brubaker [13]; 18. 97-Max Stambaugh [6]; 19. 26-Cory Eliason [5]; 20. 3J-Trey Jacobs [4]; 21. 33W-Caleb Griffith [20]; 22. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg [16]; 23. 23-Cole Macedo [23]; 24. 9Z-Duane Zablocki [15]

Hard Charger: 24-Rico Abreu +16

Late Models – Dirt Nerds Podcast/Propane.com

Qualifying

1.36-Matt Irey, 14.880; 2.79-Doug Drown, 15.311; 3.94-Mike Bores, 15.313; 4.51-Devin Shiels, 15.403; 5.8-Rob Anderzack, 15.424; 6.20C-Duane Chamberlain, 15.458; 7.71-Dave Hornikel, 15.556; 8.03-Jim Gingery, 15.720; 9.95J-Jerry Bowersock, 15.751; 10.23-Tyler Thompson, 15.775; 11.75-Dusty Moore, 15.791; 12.12M-Bobby Michaels, 15.874; 13.5M-Ryan Markham, 15.904; 14.50-Ryan Missler, 15.946; 15.98-Tim Sabo, 15.946; 16.59-Larry Bellman, 15.979; 17.24-Jerry Aber, 15.981; 18.29-Nate Potts, 16.057; 19.20T-Tristan Chamberlain, 16.058; 20.20-Troy Hahn, 16.305; 21.T18-Jeff Geis, 16.492; 22.69R-Doug Baird, 16.608; 23.15G-Jamie Grochowski, 16.670; 24.16-Steve Sabo, 17.038; 25.34-Kyle Wiser, 17.243;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 20C-Duane Chamberlain[2] ; 2. 36-Matt Irey[4] ; 3. 8-Rob Anderzack[3] ; 4. 29-Nate Potts[5] ; 5. 12M-Bobby Michaels[1] ; 6. 16-Steve Sabo[9] ; 7. 69R-Doug Baird[7] ; 8. 15G-Jamie Grochowski[8] ; 9. 20-Troy Hahn[6]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 94-Mike Bores[4] ; 2. 95J-Jerry Bowersock[2] ; 3. 50-Ryan Missler[6] ; 4. 71-Dave Hornikel[3] ; 5. 23-Tyler Thompson[1] ; 6. 20T-Tristan Chamberlain[7] ; 7. 75-Dusty Moore[5] ; 8. 34-Kyle Wiser[8]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 79-Doug Drown[4] ; 2. 5M-Ryan Markham[1] ; 3. 51-Devin Shiels[3] ; 4. 98-Tim Sabo[5] ; 5. 03-Jim Gingery[2] ; 6. 59-Larry Bellman[6] ; 7. 24-Jerry Aber[7] ; 8. T18-Jeff Geis[8]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)

1. 75-Dusty Moore[5] ; 2. 59-Larry Bellman[3] ; 3. 20T-Tristan Chamberlain[2] ; 4. 16-Steve Sabo[1] ; 5. 24-Jerry Aber[6] ; 6. 15G-Jamie Grochowski[7] ; 7. T18-Jeff Geis[9] ; 8. 69R-Doug Baird[4] ; 9. 34-Kyle Wiser[8] ; 10. 20-Troy Hahn[10]

A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)

1. 94-Mike Bores[7] ; 2. 79-Doug Drown[1] ; 3. 5M-Ryan Markham[9] ; 4. 8-Rob Anderzack[3] ; 5. 95J-Jerry Bowersock[2] ; 6. 71-Dave Hornikel[5] ; 7. 59-Larry Bellman[17] ; 8. 29-Nate Potts[11] ; 9. 20T-Tristan Chamberlain[18] ; 10. 24-Jerry Aber[20] ; 11. 16-Steve Sabo[19] ; 12. 12M-Bobby Michaels[14] ; 13. 75-Dusty Moore[16] ; 14. 51-Devin Shiels[4] ; 15. 50-Ryan Missler[10] ; 16. 23-Tyler Thompson[12] ; 17. 36-Matt Irey[6] ; 18. 03-Jim Gingery[15] ; 19. 20C-Duane Chamberlain[8] ; 20. 98-Tim Sabo[13]

Hard Charger: 59-Larry Bellman +10

 

 

Holmes Gets First 360 Win at Skagit Speedway

9/3/20

Alger, WA - 17 year old Tanner Holmes of Jacksonville, OR won his first career feature in 360 Sprints with a win over the Budweiser 360 division at Skagit Speedway on round 12 of Skagit Speedway TV. Scott Miller and Tyler Sundstrom joined Holmes as winners on the night.

After setting quick time, Holmes would roll a zero for invert and after advancing through his heat race, sat on the pole for the main event. Setting the early pace, Holmes was trailed closely by Trey Starks as the pair rapidly approached lapped traffic. On lap fifteen, Starks threw a massive slider at Holmes that didn’t stick, resulting in Trey flipping and resetting the field. With Garen Linder now hot on his heels, Holmes took off again and did a fantastic job of cutting through slower traffic time and again to take the main event win ahead of Linder and Eric Fisher.

Scott Miller would lead all but one of the laps in the Skagit Aggregates Modifieds main event for his first Skagit Speedway win. Miller briefly lost the lead to Tom Sweatman on lap five, but Sweatman would bobble and spin in turn one, giving the lead right back to Miller. Miller endured multiple restarts and a stiff challenge late from Craig Moore to secure the win, relegating Moore to runner up. Sweatman moved back up the through the field to finish third.

Tyler Sundstrom made his first Skagit Speedway appearance pay off by winning the Outlaw Tuner feature. Sundstrom drove past Zach Dalrymple on lap three and was unchallenged the rest of the way in taking the win. Rick Young held off Dalrymple in an entertaining battle for second place.

Budweiser 360 Sprints

Fast Time - Tanner Holmes 11.415

Heat 1 - Colby Thornhill

Heat 2 - Chase Goetz

Heat 3 - Corbyn Fauver

Main - Tanner Homes, Garen Linder, Eric Fisher, Cam Smith, Chase Goetz, Bailey Sucich, Corbyn Fauver, Colby Thornhill, Barry Martinez, Jeff Dunlap, Greg Hamilton, Ashleigh Johnson, Lance Sargent, Steve Parker, Brian Boswell, Steve James, Trey Starks, Reece Goetz, Devon Borden

Lap Leaders - Holmes 1-25

Skagit Aggregates Modifieds

Heat 1 - Tom Sweatman

Heat 2 - Ben Gunderson

Heat 3 - Scott Miller

Main - Scott Miller, Craig Moore, Tom Sweatman, Rick Smith, Brian Harding, Mike Steltz, Ben Gunderson, Jeff Blanton, Dan Butenschoen, Adam Holtrop, Austin Lovik, Dave Harmon, Alan Grimbly, Tyler Ketchum, Charlie Severson, Jason Pestka

Lap Leaders - Miller 1-4 Sweatman 5 Miller 6-25

Outlaw Tuners

Heat 1 - Howard Vos

Heat 2 - Rick Young

Main - Tyler Sundstrom, Rick Young, Zach Dalrymple, Colin Sims, Mike Thomas, Howard Vos, TJ Campbell, Tricia Michelson, Josh Thompson, Jon Edwards, Mike Macpherson, Cory Sweatman, Ayuka Carlson

Lap Leaders - Dalrymple 1-2 Sundstrom 3-17

 

 

Campos, H. Bloom Earn Third Wins Of Season; Alberding, Kennerly, Crum, And Holmes Also Score Victories At CGS

By Stephanie Deatherage

Cottage Grove, Oregon- Cottage Grove Speedway raced for the sixth occasion on Saturday, August 29th with over ninety entries from the states of Oregon, Washington, and California making the trip. Some new classes were seen for the first time this year while three others were on tap for their sixth race of the year. The IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Sport Mods, and IMCA Sport Compacts were once more in attendance while the Limited Sprints were back from a week off. Both the Wingless Sprints and the Northwest Focus Midgets were in the house for the first time in 2020.

In the Limited Sprint main event, Justin Lemon was the early race leader. The Cottage Grove teenager maintained the position until he was overtaken on lap four by Scott Fox. Fox, of Newberg, held on to the top spot until he was passed on the ninth circuit. Jared Hood was the individual to pass Fox for the first place position. Hood, from Grants Pass, was very fast but unfortunately got tangled up with a lapped car on lap seventeen.

Jacksonville’s Tanner Holmes inherited the lead with just eight laps to go. Holmes, fresh off a multi-week trip east of the Rocky Mountains, dominated the balance of the distance to win his first race of the year at Cottage Grove and his second overall Sprint Car win of 2020.

Winston youngster Kyle Alberding was the runner-up followed by Scott Fox, in third. Kinzer Cox, from Cottage Grove, started dead last and ended the night fourth while fifth place went to Brian Boswell, of Roseburg.

The Northwest Focus Midgets had their second race of the week in two different states. The night was reserved for their annual Heroes Race in which all the participants raced in honor of their specific hero. This year’s edition was presented by Triple XXX Race Co.

Marysville, Washington pilot J.D. Dryden set the tone early by blazing the trail for the field on the first lap. Jared Peterson, of Stanwood, Washington, would get around Dryden to take over the honors the second time they passed the start/finish line. Peterson, driving the In-Laws Racing entry owned by Jolene and Mark Steen, was very swift and attempted to separate from the rest of the field.

As Peterson began to check out, he was quickly accompanied by a potential challenger in Chance Crum. Crum, from Snohomish, Washington, and racing the Carla and Gaylon Stewart entry normally driven by Colton Heath, stayed close with Peterson for most of the race but could not quite figure out how to get around him. Crum’s opportunity finally came on the twenty-eighth lap.

Once Chance Crum successfully got to the front he did not look back. Chance would earn his third Northwest Focus Midget race of 2020 and his tenth overall victory this year. Crum also won in the 1200 division at Deming Speedway the night before in his native Washington. Jared Peterson was a respectable second with third place being Guy Tow Jr., of Kelso, Washington. J.D. Dryden settled for fourth while Wilsonville’s Elijah Gibbs got fifth.

The Wingless Sprint main would be a wild one. Salem’s Tim Alberding held the first place marker down for the vast majority of the race. On a late restart, on lap twenty-seven, he was passed by Kinzer Cox and fell back to third. Cox went over the top of the third and fourth turns giving the lead to Roseburg’s Matt Hein. Hein, in the Brett Smith owned mount, went off the top of turns three and four giving the lead back to Tim Alberding. Alberding remained the leader in the final few laps to win his second Wingless Sprint victory of the current campaign.

McMinnville’s Lance Hallmark slipped into second in the final laps while Matt Hein crossed the wire third. The rest of the top five would consist of the father and son combination of Rob Lindsey, from Sherwood, and Wilsonville’s Chad in fourth and fifth.

The IMCA Modified feature was a thriller too with several lead changes and close action all the way to the end. Eugene’s Paul Rea got to the front first on the opening lap but would get passed by Curtis Towns on lap two. Towns, of Cottage Grove, held on the lead until lap four when Springfield veteran Aaron Sheelar made it past him.

Sheelar and Towns stayed side-by-side for several laps and exchanged the lead on three occasions. Towns re-secured first place on lap eight and remained there for some time. Curtis would feel some heat in the last ten laps as John Campos put an enormous amount of pressure on him.

Campos, of Keizer, finally managed to beat Towns to the line on lap twenty-one only to lose the position to Towns the next time around. As both drivers came to the start-finish line John Campos would edge out Curtis Towns by 0.035 seconds. It is Campos’ second straight main event win and his third overall of the 2020 season. Curtis Towns was a close second while Jake Mayden, from Springfield, was third. Aaron Sheelar ended his night fourth over fifth finishing Albert Gill, of Medford.

Austin Petray was quick out of the box in the IMCA Sport Mod race. The Medford driver stayed out in front until lap seven when Hunter Bloom navigated his way past him shortly after a restart. Bloom, of Eugene, went on to pace the field the rest of the distance and scored his third win of 2020 at CGS.

Roseburg racers Jordan Henry and Doug Coffman were second and third. David Schmidt, also of Roseburg, was fourth while fifth went to Dustin Comer, from Springfield, after starting dead last.

Lastly, in the IMCA Sport Compacts, it was Jeremy DeGroot cracking the whip in the early goings. DeGroot, of Cottage Grove, remained in first place until lap six. Michael Kennerly, from the Douglas County town of Union Gap, was the one to show the way. Kennerly would feel an enormous amount of pressure late in the race but managed to beat out second place by a mere 0.050 seconds. It is his first win at Cottage Grove this year.

The driver to finish in second was Ricky Ashley, of Thurston and driving for car owner Randy Kuhl, while credited with third would be Jeremy DeGroot. Kerry Cooper, of Cottage Grove, wound up fourth while Eugene’s Brad Moffett was fifth.

Cottage Grove Speedway will be in action for two nights this coming Labor Day Weekend. Saturday, September 5th, and Sunday, the 6th, will have Limited Sprints, IMCA Modifieds, Late Models, IMCA Sport Mods, Street Stocks, and IMCA Sport Compacts on the bill.

Race Results

Saturday, August 29th, 2020

Cottage Grove Speedway

Cottage Grove, Oregon

Limited Sprints

A Feature: 1. Tanner Holmes; 2. Kyle Alberding; 3. Scott Fox; 4. Kinzer Cox; 5. Brian Boswell; 6. Steven Snawder; 7. Justin Lemon; 8. Jared Hood; 9. Anissa Curtice; 10. Enrique Jamie; 11. Tim Minter; 12. Jake Wheeler; 13. Kyle Adams; 14. Tyler Thompson; 15. Trent Estes

Northwest Focus Midgets

A Feature: 1. Chance Crum; 2. Jared Peterson; 3. Guy Tow Jr.; 4. J.D. Dryden; 5. Elijah Gibbs; 6. Jesse Munn; 7. Jake Austin; 8. Stuart Milner; 9. Brian Holmkvist; 10. Levi Harless; 11. Ray Stebbins; 12. Dave Mead

Wingless Sprints

A Feature: 1. Tim Alberding; 2. Lance Hallmark; 3. Matt Hein; 4. Rob Lindsey; 5. Chad Lindsey; 6. Justin Lemon; 7. Brad Rhodes; 8. Gene Cannon; 9. Don Trent; 10. Cooper Desbiens; 11. Tim Kennedy; 12. Steve Veltman; 13. Kinzer Cox; 14. Steven Snawder; 15. Jake Wheeler

IMCA Modifieds

A Feature: 1. John Campos; 2. Curtis Towns; 3. Jake Mayden; 4. Aaron Sheelar; 5. Albert Gill; 6. Steven Sturdevant; 7. Derick Young; 8. Wayne Sturdevant; 9. Eric Ashley; 10. Paul Rea

IMCA Sport Mods

A Feature: 1. Hunter Bloom; 2. Jordan Henry; 3. Doug Coffman; 4. David Schmidt; 5. Dustin Comer; 6. Justin Ryker; 7. K.C. Scott; 8. Merissa Hanson; 9. Isaac Sanders; 10. Jim Smith; 11. Austin Petray; 12. Shawn Hand; 13. Travis Pruitt; 14. Steve Hopkins; 15. Daniel Ray; 16. John Player; 17. Dalton Bloom; 18. Jeff Clough; 19. Matt Sanders; 20. Ray Bloom

IMCA Sport Compacts

A Feature: 1. Michael Kennerly; 2. Ricky Ashley; 3. Jeremy DeGroot; 4. Kerry Cooper; 5. Brad Moffett; 6. Mark Milligan; 7. Willie Sutton; 8. Jason Loucks; 9. Bradley Martin; 10. Tim Maltagbarger; 11. Ron Davis; 12. Cole Trissell; 13. Kimbery Cannon; 14. Scarlett Drake; 15. Barry Cannon

 

 

Pirtek UMSS

The Pirtek UMSS Would see 22 winged sprint cars on both nights of the Sprint Car Challenge. The affordability of this class has us watching a wide range of drivers from the young guns Carlson and Berger to the more seasoned drivers in Hanson and Kerzman. The result has been some phenomenal racing where any team in this class can win at any time.

Patrick Heikkinen, Jeremy Kerzman and Chase Viebrock would win the heat races on Friday night. After the redraw Viebrock would start on the pole and take the top spot at the start. Viebrock would stay up on the cushion at the wall with 22 of Mueller and the 19B of Berger giving chase. Berger would get by Mueller and challenge Viebrock for the lead but it was the New Richmond Nightmare who would take the checkers.

Harry Hanson, Jeremy Kerzman and Kevin Lear would win the heat races on Saturday night. The feature would see Lear and Carlson lead the field to green with the 07 of Carlson leading at lap 1. Unfortunately the 07 would take a tumble getting into turns 3 and 4 giving Lear the lead with 24 laps to go. A caution allowed the the 50 of Chase to gain the lead off the restart and hold on for the rest of the feature for the win.

Results: 8/28/20 Heat 1: Heikkinen, Mueller, Buck, Ogston, Steahl, Palm, Vaillancourt, Johnson Heat 2: Kerzman, Hanson, Braford, Becker, McVitty, Lear, Kirchner Heat 3: Viebrock, Carlson, Berger, Stordahl, Vogel, Niemi, Becker (DNS)

Feature: Viebrock, Berger, Mueller, Lear, Stordahl, Ogston, Palm, Kerzman, D. Becker, Buck, Steahl, McVitty, K. Becker, Braford (DNF), Heikkinen(DNF), Hanson (DNF), Carlson (DNF), Niemi (DNF), Johnson (DNF) and Kirchner (DNS)

8/29/20 Heat 1: Hanson, Carlson, Viebrock, McVitty, Buck, Heikkinen, Vogel, Niemi Heat 2. Kerzman, D. Becker, Stordahl, K. Becker, Kirchner, Kobs, Johnson (DNS) Heat 3: Lear, Steahl, Braford, Berger, Mueller, Palm, Vaillancourt

Feature: Viebrock, Kobs, Hanson, Kerzman, Mueller, Lear, Heikkinen, Johnson, Niemi, Stordahl, Braford, Buck, Palm, Steahl, McVitty, Vogel, Kirchner, Vaillencourt, K. Becker, D. Becker, Berger (DNF) Carlson (DNF)

Next up for the Pirtek UMSS is September 11 at Cedar Lake Speedway.

 

 

Kings reign supreme in big block mods at Mercer; Adam Aley (mini stock) and Garrett Bard (305 sprint) win 1st Mercer checkers;

By Jim Balentine

(Mercer, Pa)

After rain all day Thursday and Friday Michaels Mercer Raceway defeated the odds and ended their regular season with the end of summerblowout. 4 new faces graced victory Lane for the first time While two added to their win totals.

The King family has been a major part of the modified scene since Rex Sr began his career in 1982... since then Sr and Jr have racked up many wins in the modified class a various speedways and tonight Rex Jr picked up his seventh career win at the Mercer speed plant defeating his dad who came from tenth spot to end up second. Kyle fink was running the race of his life at Mercer trying to win his first career big block modified win after several small block wins at the speedway. He kept King Jr at bay until a lapped car got In the way and King Jr went on around him on the outside. King Sr then would get around Fink as well to finish second to his son. Fink would end up 3rd, Brad Rapp 4th and Skip Moore 5th.

The 305 sprint feature began with central Pennsylvania stand out Garrett Bard on the pole along side last week‘s winner Greg Dobrosky. Bard would takeoff from the pole and was never challenged until the last few laps to record his first career at Mercer after winning his first career at Clinton County the week before. Jeremy Kornbau made a last ditch attempt on the last few laps to get around Bard but he would end up finishing second. Kyle Colwell and Logan McCandless finishes where they started in 3rd and 4th, and 2 time winner Jake Gomola 5th.

Chas Wolbert Who won the very first crate modified show ever at Mercer picked up his second win of the season defeating young Brandon Ritchey who for a while, was on his way to winning his first career feature at the speedway. Ritchey from his outside pole position let the first 3/4 of the race until entering turn one and encountering a lapped car which enabled Wolbert to go around on the high side and pulled awayfor a convincing victory. Ritchey would end up a career best 2nd, Eric Gabany who started last moved up 11 positions to finish 3rd, Preston Cope and Kyle Martell rounded out the top 5.

In the mini stock nightcap once again and it went down to the wire as Adam early to for 19 years did not raise a car scored his first ever feature win in a strange feature where every single leader had an issue. DJ McRae and Mike Porterfield led the field to green Emily Stoyer who inherited the lead early on went to the pits with mechanical issues and DJ McRae who appeared to have won the race twice lost a wheel coming to turn four for the white flag lap it was a back-and-forth battle with eight time winner Bill Fuchs in hot pursuit from the tail going into turn three in the final lap they went for wide and Aley was able to capture the win And as he was coming down for the checker he blew his transmission and barely held off Pete Blaczak for the nailbiting win. 15 time winner Blaczak finished 2nd, Summer Pitts and career best 3rd, Trevin Schaffer a career best 4th and DJ McCrae who feel back to 5th

In the Young Gun Junior Sprints the McAndrew brothers dominated winning both events. Colten McAndrew 12 years old from Apollo,Pa won the Open class and his brother8 year old Mason McAndrew won the Stock class.

305 SPRINTS FEATURE

1. 95-Garrett Bard[2]; 2. 27K-Jeremy Kornbau[1]; 3. 27H-Kyle Colwell[3]; 4. 29-logan mccandless[4]; 5. 4J-Jacob Gamola[6]; 6. 88-Greg Dobrosky[8]; 7. 16-Jim Morris[5]; 8. 56-Steve Cousins[7]; 9. 34-Adam Noland[10]; 10. 12G-Tommy Jasen[9]; 11. X7-Andy Cavanagh[11]; 12. 97-JR Jameson[12]

BIG BLOCK MODIFIED FEATURE

1. 165-Rex King Jr[5]; 2. 65-Rex King Sr[10]; 3. 6F-Kyle Fink[1]; 4. 11R-Brad Rapp[3]; 5. 17M-William Moore[8]; 6. 717-Billy Adams[9]; 7. 15B-Dillon Barr[13]; 8. 5-Max Smoker[11]; 9. 18-JR McGinley[2]; 10. 55-Scott Kay[12]; 11. 33J-Robbie Johnston[7]; 12. 82-Ryan Susice[4]; 13. 18X-eric gabany[6]; 14. 72M-Jacob McElravy[14]

FASTRAK MODIFIED FEATURE

1. C3-Chas Wolbert[4]; 2. 17-Brandon Ritchey[2]; 3. 4S-Eric Gabany[14]; 4. 24-Preston Cope[7]; 5. 8-Kyle Martell[1]; 6. 86-Shayne Izzo[3]; 7. 2-Cole Holden[10]; 8. 68-Dave Dipitetro[5]; 9. 113-Don Cornelius[8]; 10. 71-Gage Priester[13]; 11. 11G-Nathen McDowell[6]; 12. 7P-Caden Petry[11]; 13. 33G-Dalton Gabriel[12]; 14. 41-Brian Schaffer[9]

MINI STOCK FEATURE

1. 999-Adam Aley[4]; 2. 77-Pete Blaczak[8]; 3. 64-Summer Pitts[7]; 4. 10S-trevn schaffer[10]; 5. 36PACK-DJ MacRae[2]; 6. 56-Josh Holzwarth[11]; 7. 9JR-Emily Stoyer[5]; 8. 5-Andy Thompson[3]; 9. 16R-Jordan Reges[12]; 10. 17J-Mike Salsgiver[9]; 11. 23MP-Michael Porterfield[1]; 12. 15B-Shane Shook[17]; 13. 9-William Aley[14]; 14. 0B-Leonard Baker Jr[16]; 15. 325Z-Zack Swartz[13]; 16. (DQ) 10-Bill Fuchs[15]

 

 

RYAN RUSHES TO WAYNE COUNTY SPEEDWAY SPRINT WIN AS JACOBS COLLECTS TITLE; GENTRY'S LATE MODEL WIN LOCKS UP CROWN; ALEXANDER WINS 1st SUPER STOCK MAIN WHILE WILSON GRABS CHAMPIONSHIP; HENSEL'S 5th MINI STOCK WIN EARNS TITLE

Orrville, Ohio

Saturday, August 29, 2020

By Mike Swanger

It was Season Championship night at 'Orrville's Historic Oval' with three of the four class' of cars having multitude options for drivers winning the championships. The only one that was secure was the Pine Tree Towing & Recovery Sprints as Wooster's Dean Jacobs would claim his second straight title by just starting the feature and he would finish 7th to lock it up. Henry Malcuit took the pole position and quickly open up a good size lead over Jordan Ryan with Trey Jacobs in third. Following a caution on lap eight, Malcuit would lead the pack into turn three where he slipped high and slowed just for a split second and that allowed both Ryan and Trey Jacobs to get past and Dean Jacobs would bounce off the turn four wall losing a couple of places. Malcuit would gather himself back up and battle with Trey Jacobs for second Running the high side in turn one and two, Jacobs would tag the wall on lap 16 and Chris Myers would move into third as Malcuit started to close in on Ryan. Two laps later, Ricky Peterson slipped past Trey Jacobs for fourth as R J jacobs challenged Trey for that position. Coming to the white flag, Malcuit closed in on Ryan for the lead but as they crossed the finish line, Ryan of Castalia and his America's Best Bow, Ignition Logistics and Burns Electric #19r won by a car length for his first win. For Malcuit, it would be a season best second place finish with Myers third followed by Peterson with Trey, R J and Dean Jacobs in fifth, sixth and seventh. Heat winners were Myers and R J Jacobs.

For the Malcuit Tavern Super Late Models, Wooster's J R Gentry would be the points leader and needed to finish fourth or better to claim the championship and would start third in the feature behind Ryan Markham who was second in the points and started on the pole. As the green flag flew to start the race, Markham would take the lead with Gentry in his tire tracks. Outside front row starter Mitch Caskey fell back to third on the start with Justin Chance in fourth. Gentry would try different lines to try to get around Markham to no avail and as the pair came out of turn four to finish lap 12, Markham's car would slow and Gentry would make contact with Markham, who would pull into the infield with a broken belt. The race would continue with Gentry and his El Campesino Restaurant, Skurts Custom Apparel and Holmes Pest Control #14 held onto the lead with Caskey in second followed by Chance and then a battle between Mike Bores and Brad Malcuit for fourth. With the laps dwindling down, Gentry's car began to get loose in the corners and Caskey closed in and as they came down to the checkered flag, Gentry would win his third feature of the year by less than a car length and win the championship. In the ten points races this year, Gentry never finished out of the top ten. Chance held on to finish third with Bores in fourth ahead of Malcuit. Gentry and Markham topped the heat races as Nick Cox was the Accu-Force Shocks/Kar Connection hard charger.

The McKenzie Concrete Super Stocks championship had many scenarios going into the race with who finishing where would decide the champion. The clear cut option would be for points leader John Wilson to win the feature or finish in front of Tyler Wiles and Don Rutt. Brandon Craver would use the outside pole position to grab the lead with Wilson in second and Chase Alexander in third. Alexander would take second on lap five and move in on Craver for the lead. Driving the Palmer & Sons Excavating, Rich's Tire & Service Center and Lincolnway Pizza #15, Alexander powered past Craver coming out of turn two on lap eight. Moving through the field from his seventh starting place, Bob Daugherty motored past Wilson on the same circuit and on the next lap slipped past Craver for second. Daugherty would pull right to the back of Alexander's machine and in the last five laps tried everything he could to get by Alexander but the Orrville driver kept the door closed and posted his first win of the season by less than a car length. Craver finished third with Wilson's fourth place finish earning him the championship. Don Baney filled out the top five. Posting the heat wins were Alexander and Craver.

Different drivers had championship hopes going into the feature for the JoyRide Transport Mini Stocks with Cory Staley, Doug Hensel and Jordan James in contention for the crown. James would grab the lead of the feature on the opening circuit from his fourth starting position with Travis Hutton in pursuit and Hensel, who started ninth, worked his way into top five on lap five and three laps later powered into second right before the red flag waved as two different accidents sent two driver flipping. With a tight battle for positioning, it was four wide going into turn one and with a lot of contact, Jolene Voshel ended up upside down while in turn two, Dustin Bedlion ended up on his lid. Both drivers were ok. With the double file restart, Hensel swiped the lead away from James on the restart and the Wooster driver and his Bad Boyz Tree Service #18 would keep James at bay and collect his fifth win of the season and claim the championship. Hutton finished third as Ryan Carder grabbed fourth with Last Chance winner Billy Parsons,who started 16th, rounding out the top five. Hensel, Hutton and Voshel pocketed the heat wins.

It was also a Kirsch Properties 'Summer Series' race for the Mini Stocks and Swanger Sports 'Summer Series' race for the Super Stocks.

The next race at Wayne County Speedway will be Sunday, September 6th with the Pete Jacobs Memorial for the 410 Sprints with $13,000 going to the winner. The Steel Block Late Model Series and the Modifieds will also be on the racing card. Gates will open at 3 pm and racing at 7 pm.

WAYNE COUNTY SPEEDWAY RESULTS

August 29, 2020

PINE TREE TOWING & RECOVERY SPRINTS

Fast Qualifier Dean Jacobs 15.193 seconds

Heat 1 Chris Myers, Dean Jacobs, Ricky Peterson, Troy Kingan, Dylan Kingan, Wyatt Zimmerman, Clayton Mullett, Clay Riney

Heat 2 R J Jacobs, Trey Jacobs, Jordan Ryan, Henry Malcuit, Layton Wagner, Danial Burkhart, Ray Miller

Feature Jordan Ryan, Henry Malcuit, Chris Myers, Ricky Peterson, Trey Jacobs, R J Jacobs, Dean Jacobs, Troy Kingan, Danial Burkhart, Layton Wagner, Wyatt Zimmerman, Ray Miller, Clayton Mullett, Dylan Kingan, Clay Riney dns

MALCUIT TAVERN SUPER LATE MODELS

Fast Qualifier Brad Malcuit 17.641 seconds

Heat 1 J R Gentry, Brad Malcuit, Larry Bellman, Justin Chance, Craig Hartong, Kyle Weiser, Nick Cox

Heat 2 Ryan Markham, Mitch Caskey, Jerry Aber, Mike Bores, Keith Tish, Brett Bee, Phil Wade

Feature J R Gentry, Mitch Caskey, Justin Chance, Mike Bores, Brad Malcuit, Larry Bellman, Jerry Aber, Kyle Weiser, Nick Cox, Phil Wade, Brett Bee, Keith Tish, Ryan Markham, Craig Hartong

MCKENZIE CONCRETE SUPER STOCKS

Fast Qualifier John Wilson 20.751 seconds

Heat 1 Chase Alexander, Bob Daugherty, John Wilson, Dave Uhler, Brad Hensel, Michael Amick, Curt Zimmerman, James Alleman, Austin Bright, David Daniel dns

Heat 2 Brandon Craver, Tyler Wiles, Don Baney, Don Rutt, Seth Dickerson, Gary McGregor, Paul McVicker, Virgil Masters, Jordan James

Feature Chase Alexander, Bob Daugherty, Brandon Craver, John Wilson, Don Baney, Michael Amick, Seth Dickerson, Don Rutt, Dave Uhler, Tyler Wiles, Gary McGregor, Jordan James, Curt Zimmerman, James Alleman, Austin Bright, Paul McVicker, Virgil Masters, Brad Hensel, David Daniel dns

JOYRIDE TRANSPORT MINI STOCKS

Heat 1 Doug Hensel, David Keagy, Mitch Reichard, Justin Hall, Dakota Graciani, Steven Lester, Ryan Abel, Jon Gamery, Ashley Evans, Mason Loper

Heat 2 Travis Hutton, Ryan Carder, Wes Staley, Cory Staley, John Louis, Clayton Evans, Matt Hensel, Cody Radcliff, Brian Butler, Molly Rannigan

Heat 3 Jolene Voshel, Jordan James, Johnny Bruce Sr., Kevin Markey, Dustin Bedlion, Anthony Collins, Billy Parsons, Bobby Searls, Matt Shapaka, Kyle Noel

'B'Main Billy Parsons, Anthony Collins, Bobby Searls, Brian Butler, Kyle Noel, Steven Lester, Clayton Evans, Cody Radcliff, Ashley Evans, Ryan Abel, Mason Loper, Matt Hensel dns, Jon Gamery dns, Molly Rannigan dns, Matt Shapaka dns

Feature Doug Hensel, Jordan James, Travis Hutton, Ryan Carder, Billy Parsons, David Keagy, Anthony Collins, Dakota Graciani, Kevin Markey, Bobby Searls, John Louis, Cory Staley, Wes Staley, Kyle Noel, Brian Butler, Jolene Voshel, Dustin Bedlion, Mitch Reichard, Johnny Bruce Sr., Justin Hall dns

 

 

Arenz charges to fourth 2020 MSA triumph at Beaver Dam Raceway

(PEDAL DOWN PROMOTIONS) August 29, 2020 – Third-year 360 Sprint Car driver Travis Arenz of Sheboygan continued his season-long hot streak in Midwest Sprint Car Association competition by notching his fourth A-main victory of the 2020 season Saturday, Aug. 29 at Beaver Dam Raceway in Beaver Dam, Wis.

The 12th MSA event of the 2020 campaign drew a field of 31 competitors to the third-mile Beaver Dam Raceway facility where the Southeastern Wisconsin-based 360 Sprint Car division got its start in 1996.

Doug Wondra of Campbellsport led the opening lap of the 25-lap Jim Wipperfurth Memorial MSA A-main from the pole before 2011 MSA champ Ben Schmidt of Howards Grove, who started third, snagged the top spot in turn two on lap 2, while five-time MSA champion Kurt Davis of South Milwaukee, who started fourth, followed Schmidt into second.

On lap 3, the first of three red flags appeared when Justin Miller of Plymouth flipped in turn three during an incident that also involved Adam Miller of Plymouth and Chris Clayton of Waldo.

When the race resumed, Schmidt bolted out to a full-straightaway cushion over Davis on the ultra-slick racing surface. On lap 8, Travis Arenz worked his way into third from his 10th starting spot. Three laps later, the leaders began to work their way through lapped traffic, which allowed Davis and Arenz to close the gap on Schmidt.

Arenz worked underneath Davis on lap 13 before Davis brought out the second red flag of the race after drifting high in turn two and hitting the turn two wall before flipping. Davis was uninjured, but heavy damage to his car forced him to retire from the race.

On the restart, Schmidt again raced away from Arenz, who felt heavy pressure from sixth starter Tyler Tischendorf of Waupaca, who worked his way past Arenz into second before the third and final red flag appeared on lap 14 when Justin Erickson of Plymouth spun in turn four and was collected by Shane Wenninger of Kewaskum, who flipped.

Following the restart, Arenz used the high groove to sweep around Tischendorf into second on lap 15 and quickly reel in Schmidt along the high groove. On lap 20, Arenz pulled off a slide job in turn two to wrestle the top spot away from Schmidt.

Two laps later, three-time MSA champion Brandon McMullen of Oshkosh, who started 15th, worked past Schmidt into second. McMullen was able to trim the gap slightly in the final three laps, but Arenz was too strong as he held to secure his 11th career MSA A-main victory.

McMullen finished second, Schmidt placed third, Tischendorf finished fourth and eighth starter Jack Vanderboom of Dousman placed fifth.

MSA heat race victories went to Travis Arenz, Will Gerrits of Waupun, Brandon McMullen and Bill Taylor of Kewaskum.

2005 MSA champion Lance Fassbender of Burnett claimed the 15-lap MSA B Main and Jack Vanderboom was the fast qualifier in MSA group qualifying with a lap of 13.454 seconds.

Kristine Hartmann Pleasantville Realty served as the main sponsor of this year’s MSA Jim Wipperfurth Memorial Race.

The MSA will return to action on Friday, Sept. 4 at the Dodge County Fairgrounds in Beaver Dam, Wis.

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Midwest Sprint Car Association Beaver Dam Raceway Beaver Dam, Wis. August 29, 2020

QUALIFYING 1, Jack Vanderboom 13.454 2, Tim Haddy 13.505 3, Tyler Tischendorf 13.528 4, Anthony Knierim 13.695 5, Scotty Neitzel 13.743 6, Blake Wondra 13.757 7, Lance Fassbender 13.760 8, Tyler Davis 13.917 9, Scott Conger 13.973 10, Kurt Davis 14.012 11, Ben Schmidt 14.029 12, Josh Teunissen 14.047 13, Doug Wondra 14.200 14, Chris Clayton 14.211 15, Shane Wenninger 14.241 16, Tommy Colburn 14.304 17 Travis Arenz 14.362 18, Justin Erickson 14.441 19, Adam Miller 14.493 20, Paul Pokorski 14.499 21, Justin Miller 14.609 22, Will Gerrit 14.615 23, Brandon McMullen 14.623 24, Bill Taylor 14.674 25, Brandon Berth 14.812 26, Jordan Paulsen 15.118 27, Austin Hartmann 15.160 28, Chris Larson 15.363 29, Tyler Brabant no time 30, Preston Ruh no time 31, Tony Wondra no time.

HEAT 1 1, Travis Arene 2, Justin Miller 3, Doug Wonda 4, Jack Vanderboom 5, Brandon Berth 6, Scott Conger 7, Scotty Weitzel 8, Tyler Brabant.

HEAT 2 1, Will Gerrit’s 2, Tim Haddy 3, Chris Clayton 4, Kurt Davis 5, Blake Wondra 6, Jordan Paulsen 7, Justin Erickson 8, Preston Ruh (DNS).

HEAT 3 1, Brandon McMullen 2, Ben Schmidt 3, Adam Miller 4, Tyler Tischendorf 5, Shane Wenninger 6, Lance Fassbender 7, Austin Hartmann 8, Tony Wondra.

HEAT 4 1, Bill Tayler 2, Paul Pokorski 3, Anthony Knierim 4, Josh Teunissen 5, Tyler Davis 6, Chris Larson 7, Tommy Colburn.

B MAIN 1, Lance Fassbender 2, Scott Conger 3, Shane Wenninger 4, Jordan Paulsen 5, Justin Erickson 6, Blake Wondra 7, Tony Wondra 8, Tyler Brabant 9, Brandon Berth 10, Tommy Colburn 11, Austin Hartmann 12, Chris Larson 13, Tyler Davis 14, Scotty Neitzel (DNS) 15, Preston Ruh (DNS).

A MAIN 1, Travis 2, Brandon McMullen 3, Ben Schmidt 4, Tyler Tischendorf 5, Jack Vanderboom 6, Scott Conger 7, Lance Fassbender 8, Jordan Paulsen 9, Will Gerrits 10, Paul Pokorski 11, Adam Miller 12, Tim Haddy 13, Bill Taylor 14, Josh Teunissen 15, Doug Wondra, 16, Anthony Knierim 17, Blake Wondra 18, Justin Erickson 19, Shane Wenninger 20, Kurt Davis 21, Chris Clayton 22, Justin Miller.

 

 

Philo powers to Attica 410 win; Weaver earns 5th 305 victory; Valenti again in trucks

ATTICA, Ohio – Travis Philo blasted from sixth to third on the opening lap of the 410 A-main Saturday, Aug. 29 at Attica Raceway Park, then hounded Cale Conley for several laps before driving into the lead on lap 18 and drove away to his sixth career victory at “Ohio’s Finest Racing” speedplant.

“This whole year has kind of been crazy. I want to thank John Bores and Rex LeJeune and everyone at Attica and all the fans…it’s been a difficult year for all of us but we appreciate you for coming out here and supporting us so we can keep doing what we love,” said Philo beside his Control Design Solutions, Tire Slick, Integrity Auto Sales, Banshee Graphics, Shop Supply Services, Columbus Equipment, Bohmer Rentals, Classic Ink USA, Berryman Racing Shocks, Sprint Fun Photos, Smith Titanium, Kistler Engines, Kistler Racing Products backed 5T.

“Tonight was the only night I was pissed drawing a six for the redraw. I knew we were going to be good where ever we started. I knew we would come right through there…it came sooner than I thought. I can’t thank my guys enough…my dad, Jim Robey, Josh LaCombe..we have a really good car rolling now so hopefully this is good momentum for next week with the All Stars,” he added.

Fremont, Ohio’s Paul Weaver took the lead on lap 8 and only a late race caution kept him from dominating the Fremont Fence 305 Sprints A-main. That yellow flag with just two laps to go didn’t phase the three time Attica track champion as he took his fifth win of the year at Attica and the 54th of his career in the division.

“It’s an ’09 car…it’s been around awhile. The tubes are different in the back. When I get it right this thing just drives forward. I have to thank Bob Hampshire…we have to have a motor to pull this thing and this is the third different motor this season…I’ve won with three different motors,” said Weaver beside his B&B Drain Services, Hampshire Racing Engines, M&L Excavating, Seagate Sandblasting, Weaver Performance backed #1W.

After a lengthy delay following an opening lap crash that resulted in a driver being taken to the hospital complaining of neck pain, Shawn Valenti held off a late race charge from Jamie Miller to claim his second dirt truck feature win in a row. It was Valenti’s 20th career truck win at Attica.

“I looked up at the board and saw the 4M (Miller) was behind me and I wasn’t quite sure what to do on the restart and Jamie stuck his nose under me and made a race of it and made me get back on it. I want to thank A Plus Auto Center for putting up some extra cash, Roelle Fabrication, Scott’s Property Management, Craig Miller Trucking, Best Performance Motorsports, KS Sales & Service, Gressman Powersports, Dave Story Equipment and Speedways Bar and Grill for all their support,” said Valenti.

Cole Macedo and John Ivy brought the field to green for the 30-lap Callie’s Performance Products 410 Sprint feature with Ivy gaining the advantage over Cale Conley, Philo and Macedo. After a lap was complete the steering broke on Macedo’s machine as he spun in turn three with Max Stambaugh also spinning.

On the restart Conley drove around Ivy for the lead as Philo also pressured Ivy for second, taking the runner-up spot on lap three. Conley and Philo raced side by side for several laps. When the leaders hit lapped traffic on lap 13 Conley got hung up and Philo raced to his inside and took the lead a hand full of laps later.

Philo began to pull away from Conley as Nate Dussel moved into third with Ivy and Stuart Brubaker giving chase. The second and final caution flew on lap 23 but Philo raced to a fantastic restart and pulled away the final seven circuits for the win over Conley, Dussel, Ivy and DJ Foos.

Larry Kingseed Jr. jumped into a commanding lead at the drop of the green for the 25 lap Fremont Fence 305 A-main over Matt Foos, Weaver, Kasey Ziebold, Kody Brewer, Jamie Miller and Justin Lusk. Weaver moved into second on lap three and began to close the gap on Kingseed.

Weaver drove under Kingseed to take the lead on lap 11 as they raced into heavy lapped traffic with Foos and Miller battling for third and Ziebold and Brewer battling for fifth. Kingseed brought out the caution on lap 13 but Weaver was just too strong on the restart and once again pulled away over Foos, Miller, Ziebold and Brewer.

The final caution with just two laps to go gave the field one last shot at Weaver but again he raced away on an excellent restart to take the win over Foos, Miller, a charging Mike Keegan and Ziebold.

Following a multi-truck crash at the beginning of the dirt truck A-main, Jamie Miller jumped into the early lead over Jeff Babcock, Valenti, Brandon Stuckey, Brad Stuckey, Keith Sorg and Dan Hennig. Miller, Babcock and Valenti pulled away and waged a terrific battle for the lead with Valenti taking the top spot on lap three.

Valenti pulled away as Miller, Babcock and Steve Sabo raced hard for the runner-up spot. A caution with five laps to go put Miller right on Valenti’s rear bumper and when the green flew Miller charged to Valenti’s inside. Another caution a lap later and Valenti moved to the bottom of the track on the restart and was able to pull away from Miller with Sabo, Babcock and Brad Stuckey rounding out the top five.

Attica Raceway Park will host the Ollie’s Bargain Outlet All Star Circuit of Champions Friday and Saturday, Sept. 4 and 5. On Friday, the All Stars will battle for $5,000 to win on Murphy Tractor/Core & Main/Stillwater Metals Night with the Dirt Nerds Podcast/Propane.com UMP Late Models battling for $3,000 to win. Saturday on All Pro Aluminum Heads/Core & Main Night, the All Stars go for $10,000 to win with the Fremont Fence 305 Sprints battling for $1,000 to win. The entire weekend is presented by Kistler Engines and Kistler Racing Products which is putting up a $1,000 each night if the All Star feature winner has a Kistler Engine under the hood.

Keep tabs on the ongoing race schedule at www.atticaracewaypark.com or follow the track on Twitter @atticaracewyprk or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/atticaracewaypark and Instagram at attica_raceway_park.

Attica Raceway Park

Saturday, Aug. 29, 2020

410 Sprints – Callie’s Performance Products

Qualifying

1.23-Cole Macedo, 12.889; 2.3C-Cale Conley, 12.947; 3.35-Stuart Brubaker, 13.024; 4.33W-Caleb Griffith, 13.052; 5.97-Max Stambaugh, 13.066; 6.5T-Travis Philo, 13.074; 7.1-Nate Dussel, 13.118; 8.16-DJ Foos, 13.155; 9.49-Shawn Dancer, 13.156; 10.8M-TJ Michael, 13.210; 11.77I-John Ivy, 13.291; 12.9Z-Duane Zablocki, 13.309; 13.15-Mitch Harble, 13.357; 14.14-Chad Wilson, 13.642; 15.5H-Jordan Harble, 13.651; 16.7T-Troy Vaccaro, 13.880;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 97-Max Stambaugh[2] ; 2. 3C-Cale Conley[4] ; 3. 1-Nate Dussel[1] ; 4. 35-Stuart Brubaker[3] ; 5. 8M-TJ Michael[7] ; 6. 16-DJ Foos[5] ; 7. 14-Chad Wilson[8] ; 8. 49-Shawn Dancer[6]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 77I-John Ivy[1] ; 2. 5T-Travis Philo[2] ; 3. 33W-Caleb Griffith[3] ; 4. 23-Cole Macedo[4] ; 5. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[5] ; 6. 7T-Troy Vaccaro[8] ; 7. 15-Mitch Harble[6] ; 8. 5H-Jordan Harble[7]

A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)

1. 5T-Travis Philo[6] ; 2. 3C-Cale Conley[4] ; 3. 1-Nate Dussel[7] ; 4. 77I-John Ivy[2] ; 5. 16-DJ Foos[11] ; 6. 8M-TJ Michael[9] ; 7. 35-Stuart Brubaker[3] ; 8. 97-Max Stambaugh[5] ; 9. 33W-Caleb Griffith[8] ; 10. 14-Chad Wilson[13] ; 11. 15-Mitch Harble[14] ; 12. 7T-Troy Vaccaro[12] ; 13. 49-Shawn Dancer[15] ; 14. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[10] ; 15. 23-Cole Macedo[1] ; 16. 5H-Jordan Harble[16]

Hard Charger: 16-DJ Foos, +6

305 Sprints – Fremont Fence

Heat 1 - (8 Laps)

1. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[2] ; 2. X-Mike Keegan[3] ; 3. 5JR-Jim McGrath Jr.[1] ; 4. 12F-Matt Foos[4] ; 5. 1H-Zeth Sabo[9] ; 6. 5K-Kasey Jedrzejek[5] ; 7. 3X-Brandon Riehl[7] ; 8. 5M-Mike Moore[8] ; 9. 28-Tad Peck[6]

Heat 2 - (8 Laps)

1. 1W-Paul Weaver[4] ; 2. 12-Kyle Capodice[2] ; 3. X15-Kasey Ziebold[3] ; 4. 26-Jamie Miller[9] ; 5. 3V-Chris Verda[7] ; 6. 47-Matt Lucius[1] ; 7. 9-Logan Riehl[8] ; 8. 51-Garrett Craine[5] ; 9. 29-Rich Farmer[6]

Heat 3 - (8 Laps)

1. 11G-Luke Griffith[1] ; 2. 19R-Steve Rando[3] ; 3. 5-Kody Brewer[6] ; 4. 22-Justin Lusk[2] ; 5. 75-Jerry Dahms[7] ; 6. 11W-Shawn Wolford[5] ; 7. 77X-Jamin Kindred[4] ; 8. Z10-Brandon Moore[8]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)

1. 5K-Kasey Jedrzejek[1] ; 2. 9-Logan Riehl[5] ; 3. 3X-Brandon Riehl[4] ; 4. 47-Matt Lucius[2] ; 5. 28-Tad Peck[10] ; 6. 5M-Mike Moore[7] ; 7. 29-Rich Farmer[11] ; 8. 11W-Shawn Wolford[3] ; 9. 77X-Jamin Kindred[6] ; 10. 51-Garrett Craine[8] ; 11. Z10-Brandon Moore[9]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 1W-Paul Weaver[6] ; 2. 12F-Matt Foos[2] ; 3. 26-Jamie Miller[10] ; 4. X-Mike Keegan[7] ; 5. X15-Kasey Ziebold[4] ; 6. 1H-Zeth Sabo[13] ; 7. 5JR-Jim McGrath Jr.[8] ; 8. 12-Kyle Capodice[11] ; 9. 5-Kody Brewer[5] ; 10. 22-Justin Lusk[3] ; 11. 5K-Kasey Jedrzejek[16] ; 12. 11G-Luke Griffith[9] ; 13. 9-Logan Riehl[17] ; 14. 3V-Chris Verda[14] ; 15. 75-Jerry Dahms[15] ; 16. 3X-Brandon Riehl[18] ; 17. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[1] ; 18. 28-Tad Peck[20] ; 19. 47-Matt Lucius[19] ; 20. 19R-Steve Rando[12]

Hard Charger: 26-Jamie Miller +7

Dirt Trucks -

Heat 1 - (8 Laps)

1. 32H-Dan Hennig[2] ; 2. 8S-Brandon Stuckey[3] ; 3. 16-Steve Sabo[7] ; 4. P51-Paul Brown Jr[4] ; 5. 11-Austin Gibson[5] ; 6. 27-Calob Crispen[6] ; 7. 6-Caleb Shearn[1]

Heat 2 - (8 Laps)

1. 7B-Shawn Valenti[2] ; 2. 1-Jeff Babcock[4] ; 3. 4S-Keith Sorg[3] ; 4. 17X-Dustin Keegan[6] ; 5. 7X-Dana Frey[1] ; 6. 14T-Cody Truman[5]

Heat 3 - (8 Laps)

1. 4M-Jamie Miller[1] ; 2. 5S-Brad Stuckey[4] ; 3. 13-Andy Keegan[5] ; 4. 75-Adam Dible[2] ; 5. 7H-JT Horn[6] ; 6. 1X-Patrick Pinkston[3]

A-Main 1 - (15 Laps)

1. 7B-Shawn Valenti[4] ; 2. 4M-Jamie Miller[1] ; 3. 16-Steve Sabo[10] ; 4. 1-Jeff Babcock[3] ; 5. 5S-Brad Stuckey[6] ; 6. 17X-Dustin Keegan[11] ; 7. 32H-Dan Hennig[8] ; 8. 8S-Brandon Stuckey[5] ; 9. P51-Paul Brown Jr[12] ; 10. 27-Calob Crispen[16] ; 11. 14T-Cody Truman[17] ; 12. 7H-JT Horn[15] ; 13. 1X-Patrick Pinkston[18] ; 14. 6-Caleb Shearn[19] ; 15. 7X-Dana Frey[14] ; 16. 4S-Keith Sorg[2] ; 17. 75-Adam Dible[7] ; 18. 13-Andy Keegan[9] ; 19. 11-Austin Gibson[13]

 

 

Garrett Aiken Gains First Career POWRi WAR
Win at Tri-City Speedway

Belleville, IL. (08/28/2020) Making the only appearance of 2020 to Tri-City Speedway in Granite City, Illinois, the POWRi Lucas Oil Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League would not disappoint any in attendance on the pristine track. After twenty-five laps and countless breathtaking racing maneuvers, Garrett Aiken would stand victorious while notching his first career POWRi WAR feature win.

Early racing action would witness Joe B. Miller #97 set the fastest time in the hot lap sessions with a 16.071 lap time. Joe B. Miller would continue his streak of speed notching a heat race victory with Riley Kreisel #91 earning the top spot in his heat race as well. Paul Nienhiser #9 would gain the high point qualifying award, running from ninth to second place in his heat to earn a pole starting spot for the feature.

With High Point Qualifier Paul Nienhiser and a speedy Joe B. Miller making up the front row for the twenty-five-lap main event, competition would be fierce and all over the track with sometimes three and four wide battles for nearly every position. Nienhiser and Miller would battle back and forth for most of the race with neither driver giving up their preferred line of racing. Riley Kreisel would make his presence felt by trying to find a way around the top two lap after lap with Mitch Wissmiller #29 and Mario Clouser #6 all within striking distance as the laps started to dwindle.

Mid-Race caution flags would bunch the field back together at the halfway mark as Garrett Aiken #32 would fly to front. Using a low-to-high line to perfection Aiken would effortlessly pick off other frontrunners on his march to the top spot. Gaining the lead with less than ten laps left Aiken would not be stopped in his quest to his first-ever career POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprint League feature victory.

"After the caution half-way through the feature I knew the car was fast and had to pick my moment in one and two" Aiken would state in an incredibly happy victory lane. Garrett would go on to add, "It really came down to angling the corner just right, if you got to high you would scrub speed so I started to approaching at more of a diamond and the car was a rocket after that."

One-time leader Paul Nienhiser would finish in a close second place by less than half a second, with lap traffic proving to be tricky to navigate for the frontrunners. Joe B. Miller would round out the podium finishers by showing speed all night and remaining in the hunt for the front the entire event. Riley Kreisel continued to add to his championship season by placing a solid fourth as Mitch Wissmiller placed fifth and a tight battle up front.

KSE Racing Products Top Time: #97 Joe B. Miller 16.071
Hinchman Racewear Heat Race 1 Winner: #97 Joe B. Miller
Bell Helmet Heat Race 2 Winner: #91 Riley Kreisel
AutoMeter High Point Qualifier Winner: #9 Paul Nienhiser
Super Clean Hard Charger: #99 Korey Weyant +10 (16th to 6th)
Lucas Oil Feature Winner: #32 Garrett Aiken

Feature Results from Central Missouri Speedway with the POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprint League: (25 Laps) 1. 32-Garrett Aitken[5]; 2. 9X-Paul Nienhiser[1]; 3. 97-Joe B Miller[2]; 4. 91-Riley Kreisel[4]; 5. 29-Mitch Wissmiller[6]; 6. 99-Korey Weyant[16]; 7. 6-Mario Clouser[3]; 8. 4-Brad Greenup[8]; 9. 88-Terry Babb[9]; 10. 01-Justin Standridge[10]; 11. 27-Steve Thomas[7]; 12. 2-Jason Billups[12]; 13. 7S-Wade Seiler[14]; 14. 82-Vinny Ward[13]; 15. 90-Patrick Budde[15]; 16. 52F-Logan Faucon[17]; 17. 70-Pete Palazzolo[11]; 18. (DNS) 24-Landon Simon

Next up for the POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprint League the final stop for the "Border-WAR", on Saturday, August 30th at Valley Speedway. Pit Gates open at noon with Driver's Registration 3-6 PM. Hot Laps start at 6:30 PM, with great racing action to follow.

Follow along for more information such as race recaps, updates, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, or on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing or on Facebook at POWRi. POWRi League rules, contingencies, forms, and payouts can be found under the info tab at the top of the POWRi website.

 

 

Rain claims PDTR Russ Scheffler Tribute main events

(PEDAL DOWN PROMOTIONS) August 27, 2020 – After dodging surrounding rain showers throughout the day and early evening, the third annual Plymouth Dirt Track Racing Russ Scheffler Tribute Night program began on a promising note with a season-high total of 101 cars checked into the pit area in four divisions, including a stellar field of 30 Late Models, on Thursday, Aug. 27 at The Plymouth Dirt Track at the Sheboygan County Fairgrounds in Plymouth, Wis.

However, the rain finally hit the third-mile clay oval at the conclusion of the Late Model non-qualifiers race to wash out the remainder of the program, including all four A-main events on an evening honoring the late Russ Scheffler, who stands as the winningest driver in PDTR history with 92 overall race victories, including 45 Late Model A-main triumphs.

The event was considered a complete program as all heat races and two of the three scheduled B main races, as well as the Late Model non-qualifiers race were contested before the rain came.

Russ Scheffler Tribute Night Late Model heat race winners were Tony Peterson of Big Bend, Brett Swedberg of Shawano, Justin Reed of Camp Point, Ill. and Tom Naeyaert of Shawano.

Kristine Hartmann Pleasant View Realty 360 Sprint Car heat race winners were Doug Wondra of Lomira, Scott Conger of Eagle, Kurt Davis of South Milwaukee and Brandon McMullen of Oshkosh.

Klips N Tips Grand National heat race winners included Chad Espen of West Bend and Nick Schumacher of Eagle. Cellcom B Mod heat race winners were Jason Schilling of Greenfield, Will Garceau of Mishicot and Travis Schmidt of Waldo.

Jim Schmidt of Cleveland captured the 15-lap Late Model B main and Lance Fassbender of Burnett won the 15-lap 360 Sprint Car B main.

Greg Cantrell of DeKalb, Ill. won the 5-lap Late Model non-qualifiers race.

The 11th PDTR racing program of the 2020 season, which was sponsored by KSI Supply and Cupcake Wonders, drew a total of 101 cars, including 30 Late Models, 29 360 Sprint Cars, 17 Grand Nationals and 25 B Mods.

PDTR action is scheduled to resume on Friday, Aug. 28 with the Dirt Kings Late Model Tour returns for the Mueller Sales and Service 30 presented by Specht Electric and Communications. The evening also includes a full points program for the PDTR 360 Sprint Cars, as well as non-points programs for the Grand National and B Mod divisions.

Grandstand gates open at 4:30 p.m. with racing at 6:30 p.m.

On Saturday, Sept. 5, PDTR will host the Bumper to Bumper Interstate Racing Association 410 Sprint Car Series, along with the PDTR 360 Sprint Cars.

Grandstand gates open at 4:30 p.m. with racing at 6 p.m.

For all remaining 2020 PDTR races, Dennis Darovich of Sheboygan will have his new book “RPM – The Golden Era of Plymouth Dirt Track Racing” for sale under the grandstand for $10.

A portion of the money collected from the sale of the book will be donated to Plymouth Dirt Track Racing.

RUSS SCHEFFLER TRIBUTE NIGHT LATE MODELS HEAT 1 1, Tony Peterson 2, Justin Ritchie 3, Aaron Wickersheim 4, Kyle Raddant 5, Chris Engels 6, Adam Janke 7, Jake Van Engen 8, Justin Green. HEAT 2 1, Brett Swedberg 2, Tim Buhler 3, Brad Mueller 4, Jim Schmidt 5, Derek Janke 6, Billy Rezutek 7, Chad Ludwigson 8, Zack Kessler. HEAT 3 1, Justin Reed 2, Justin Schmidt 3, Charlie Schmidt 4, Mike Mullen 5, Ron Berna 6, Greg Cantrell 7, Mark Rose. HEAT 4 1, Tom Naeyeart 2, Nick Anvelink 3, Taylor Scheffler 4, Turk Letizia 5, Joel Bennet t 6, Jim Letizia 7, Kevin Baldry. B MAIN 1, Jim Schmidt 2, Ron Berna 3, Chris Engels 4, Joel Bennett 5, Billy Rezutek 6, Kevin Baldry 7, Greg Cantrell 8, Jim Letizia 9, Adam Janke 10, Chad Ludwigson 11, Zack Kessler 12, Justin Green 13, Jake Van Engen 14, Mark Rose (DNS). NON-QUALIFIERS RACE 1, Greg Cantrell 2, Kevin Baldry 3, Jim Letizia 4, Adam Janke 5, Zack Kessler 6, Chad Ludwigson 7, Jake Van Engen. A MAIN Rained out

KRISTINE HARTMANN PLEASANTVIEW REALTY 360 SPRINT CARS HEAT 1 1, Doug Wondra 2, Justin Erickson 3, Bill Taylor 4, Will Gerrits 5, Nich Melis 6, Lance Fassbender 7, Blake Wondra 8, Preston Ruh. HEAT 2 1, Scott Conger 2, Tyler Davis 3, Kevin Karnitz 4, Adam Miller 5, Paul Pokorski 6, Tony Wondra 7, Austin Hartmann. HEAT 3 1, Kurt Davis 2, Tyler Brabant 3, Tim Haddy 4, Brandon Berth 5, Ben Schmidt 6, Shane Wenninger 7, Chris Clayton. HEAT 4 1, Brandon McMullen 2, Tyler Tischendorf 3, Anthony Knierim 4, Justin Miller 5, Travis Arenz 6, Jack Vanderboom 7, Sean Rayhall (DNS). B MAIN 1, Lance Fassbender 2, Travis Arenz 3, Nich Melis 4, Justin Miller 5, Paul Pokorski 6, Shane Wenninger 7, Tony Wondra 8, Jack Vanderboom 9, Blake Wondra 10, Austin Hartmann 11, Chris Clayton 12, Preston Ruh 13, Sean Rayhall (DNS). A MAIN Rained out

 

 

Sportsman Sprints Thrill as Goetz Prevails

8/27/20

Alger, WA - Three different leaders and multiple lead changes punctuated a long but thrilling main event in the Cook Road Shell Sportsman Sprints on round 11 of Skagit Speedway TV. As the dust settled, it was Chase Goetz rallying to the win with a late race pass.

Bill Rude held the early lead through a lot of the carnage that dominated the early portion of the main event, including an open red period for Cory Swatzina on lap five. Goetz had moved into second right before that red, and tried reeling in Rude with no avail before a lap 11 yellow. On that yellow, Rude exited the track with a flat tire, giving Goetz the lead. On the ensuing restart, Goetz had his hands full with Jesse Schlotfeldt, who had advanced from 12th to challenge for the top spot. On lap 15, Jesse shot by Goetz on the outside to grab the lead, and attempted to put some real estate between him and Chase. A caution at the conclusion of lap 22 bunched the field up for one more run to the checkered flag, and on the restart, Goetz made a monster move to the inside of Schlotfeldt in turn one and pulled even with Jesse at the exit of turn two. With big momentum on his side, Chase pulled a short slide on Jesse entering turn three in what ended up being the race winning pass, giving him a few car lengths advantage as they completed lap 23. Over the final two laps, Goetz kept Schlotfeldt at arms length to take his second straight win at Skagit Speedway, with Schlotfeldt and Brett McGhie rounding out the podium.

Alex Peck and Nick Evans battled for the win in the NW Focus MIdget A Main with Evans coming out on top in the end. Peck led the first 13 laps before Evans found a way past him in slower traffic. Peck would keep Nick close, but Evans made all the right moves the rest of the way to get his first Skagit Speedway win of the season. Peck grabbed his best Skagit Speedway finish of the year with second and Jared Peterson was third.

Cory Sweatman is on a roll in the Pacific NW, riding an eight race winning streak after winning in the Outlaw Tuner division on Thursday night. Sweatman took the lead from Howard Vos on lap eight and ran to his third win in a row at Skagit and eighth overall as he has a five race win streak at Grays Harbor Raceway. Vos held second with Jon Gunderson taking third.

Cook Road Shell Sportsman Sprints

Fast Time - Chase Goetz 12.372

Heat 1 - Chase Goetz

Heat 2 - Matt Loving

Heat 3 - Eric Turner

Main - Chase Goetz, Jesse Schlotfeldt, Brett McGhie, Kelsey Carpenter, Steve Parker, James Bundy, John Tharp, Bill Rude, Ashleigh Johnson, Eric Turner, Tom Weiss, Daniel Cernich, Corey Summers, Kyle Hanson, Malachi Gemmer, Cory Swatzina, Sean Johnson, Matt Loving

Lap Leaders - Rude 1-11 Goetz 12-14 Schlotfeldt 15-22 Goetz 23-25

NW Focus MIdgets

Heat 1 - Jared Peterson

Heat 2 - Colton Heath

Heat 3 - Nik Larson

Main - Nick Evans, Alex Peck, Jared Peterson, Nik Larson, Colton Heath, JD Dryden, Jake Munn, Michael Hodel, Ashley Thompson, Marty Rosler, Brian Holmkvist, Alden Ostrom, Jesse Munn, Ray Stebbins, Shane Smith

Lap Leaders - Peck 1-13 Evans 14-25

Outlaw Tuners

Heat 1 - Rick Young

Heat 2 - Howard Vos

Main - Cory Sweatman, Howard Vos, Jon Gunderson, Rick Young, Jon Edwards, Colin Sims, Zach Dalrymple, Mike Macpherson, Mike Thomas, Clint Meins, Tricia Michelson

Lap Leaders - Dalrymple 1-2 Vos 3-7 Sweatman 8-17

 

 

Crockett, Campos, Coffman, J. Whisler, Clay, And R. Ashley Collect August 22nd CGS Wins
By Stephanie Deatherage

Cottage Grove, Oregon- For the fifth time of the 2020 season, Cottage Grove Speedway was back in action on Saturday, August 22nd. Six divisions were on the card including the IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Sport Mods, Late Models, Street Stocks, IMCA Sport Compacts, and Senior Sprints. The Senior Sprints made their first-ever appearance and consisted of Sprint Car racers over the age of fifty.

In Senior Sprint action, Brian Crockett paced the field in the first three circuits. By lap four Shady Cove’s David Marble put his mount forth and into the lead. But Crockett, of Creswell, navigated his way past Marble to reobtain the lead.

Brian would stay out in front and would earn the inaugural Senior Sprint main event. It is the first time that the veteran racer has won in the state of Oregon and at Cottage Grove. It is also the one-hundred-eightieth victory of his decorated career. David Marble was second while the Ed and Monica Sim owned entry, driven by Cottage Grove’s Chris Rolfe, got third. The rest of the top five consisted of Springfield chauffeur Kevin Journey, in fourth, and fifth finishing Gene Ashley, from Jasper.

For the IMCA Modified division, restarts would be a premium. But Keizer’s John Campos would rise to the occasion. Campos took the lead on the opening start and tried his best to construct a large lead but had to deal with six cautions through the course of the feature.

Eston Whisler, from the coastal city of Otis, briefly scooted past Campos on lap nineteen. But John was able to blaze back Whisler to regain supremacy. John Campos led the rest of the distance to win his second race of the 2020 season at CGS. He is the first driver to become a repeat winner at “The Grove” and is tied for the most Modified victories in the state of Oregon this year.

Eston Whisler ended the race in second but unfortunately was disqualified. Springfield’s Jake Mayden, despite spinning to the start/finish line, was recorded in the runner-up spot while third went to Steven Sturdevant, also of Springfield. Aaron Sheelar, from Springfield, and Eugene veteran Paul Rea was fourth and fifth.

The IMCA Sport Mod feature witnessed a whopping nine stoppages. Despite all of the stop and go action it turned out to be an exciting race. Roseburg’s Jordan Henry paced the field on the opening lap but on a restart, he would be overtaken by Dustin Comer. Comer, of Springfield, was on a mission and showed a lot of speed but suffered mechanical issues on lap thirteen that put him out of action for the rest of the night.

Doug Coffman took over the honors as the race leader. The Roseburg racer had to fend off a couple of contenders but none the less maintained the top spot. Coffman went on to win the race to earn his third victory at three different racetracks in 2020. He now leads the state of Oregon for the most overall feature wins.

Eugene’s Hunter Bloom hit the wire second with Jordan Henry claiming third. Steven Sanders, of Brookings, posted a fourth-place result while fifth went to Springfield regular K.C. Scott, via the B Main. Winning the consolation feature earlier in the program was Daniel Ray, from Springfield.

The Late Model feature was a wild and wacky endeavor. Chad Groves, in the Jerry and Mandee Casey owned machine, led early. A couple of cautions took its toll on the car count, but Groves stayed out front. On lap eleven a change of the top position would be witnessed with Jimmy Whisler getting to the front. Despite heavy damage from an earlier incident the Otis racer held on the rest of the way to becoming the first Late Model repeat winner at CGS as he recorded his second win.

Chuck Christian, of Eugene, beat out Chad Groves for second while Groves settled for third. The rest of the top five consisted of Bellfountain driver Willie Sutton, in fourth, and Bruce Rayburn Jr., of Eagle Point, in fifth.

In Street Stocks, four leaders change occurred throughout the main. Marc Farrar, of Sherwood, led lap one while the second circuit was trailblazed by Creswell’s Garrett Barth. Barth was overtaken on lap three by double-duty driver Jake Mayden. Mayden’s role as the point man was short-lived as Barth reclaimed the honors.

However, lap twelve witnessed the final change of first place when Junction City’s Kolby Clay made his way past Garrett Barth. Clay, racing for car owner Adam Applebee, kept the car out in front of the rest of the field to become the fifth different winner in as many races at Cottage Grove. Garrett Barth got second while third place was Cottage Grove driver Eric Freeman. Jake Mayden placed fourth with fifth going to Anthony Prather, of Keizer.

Finally, in the IMCA Sport Compacts, Ricky Ashley showed dominance. Barry Cannon, of Dexter, beat the field to the line on the opening start while lap two was led by Mark Milligan, of Eugene. Milligan stayed in the front until the sixth trip past the flag stand. That is when Ricky Ashley worked his way into the top place position.

Ashley, of Thurston and in the Randy Kuhl entry, checked out from the rest of the pack. Ricky went on to win his second race in the class and became the first repeat winner of the year. Eugene’s Brad Moffett scored a second-place finish over third-place Mark Milligan. Barry Cannon was fourth while fifth went to Cottage Grove newcomer Jeremy DeGrout.

Cottage Grove Speedway returns to racing on Saturday, August 29th for another round of exciting action. Classes in action include Limited Sprints, Wingless Sprints, Northwest Focus Midget Series, IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Sport Mods, and IMCA Sport Compacts.

Race Results
Saturday, August 22nd, 2020
Cottage Grove Speedway
Cottage Grove, Oregon

Senior Sprints
A Feature: 1. Brian Crockett; 2. David Marble; 3. Chris Rolfe; 4. Kevin Journey; 5. Gene Ashley; 6. Dave Button

IMCA Modifieds
A Feature: 1. John Campos; 2. Jake Mayden; 3. Steven Sturdevant; 4. Aaron Sheeler; 5. Paul Rea; 6. Wayne Sturdevant; 7. Brody Sim; 8. Tom Lawson; 9. Roy Kirk Jr.; 10. Dick Wright; 11. Jason Begley; 12. Eric Ashley; 13. Chad Groves; 14. Ray Bloom; DQ Eston Whisler

IMCA Sport Mods
A Feature: 1. Doug Coffman; 2. Hunter Bloom; 3. Jordan Henry; 4. Steven Sanders; 5. K.C. Scott; 6. David Schmidt; 7. Travis Pruitt; 8. Shawn Hand; 9. Aaron Bloom; 10. Gavin Ropchan; 11. Chuck Carson; 12. Matt Brown; 13. Jeff Clough; 14. Jayson Nelson; 15. Dustin Comer; 16. Daniel Ray; 17. Matt Sanders; 18. Mike DeSilva; 19. Joby Shields; DNS Kevin Ropchan

B Feature: 1. Daniel Ray; 2. K.C. Scott; 3. Shawn Hand; 4. Joby Shields; 5. Jim Smith; 6. Dalton Bloom; 7. Roger Bell

Late Models
A Feature: 1. Jimmy Whisler; 2. Chuck Christian; 3. Chad Groves; 4. Willie Sutton; 5. Bruce Rayburn Jr.

Street Stocks
A Feature: 1. Kolby Clay; 2. Garrett Barth; 3. Eric Freeman; 4. Jake Mayden; 5. Anthony Prather; 6. Braedon Casto; 7. Marc Farrar

IMCA Sport Compacts
A Feature: 1. Ricky Ashley; 2. Brad Moffett; 3. Mark Milligan; 4. Barry Cannon; 5. Jeremy DeGrout; 6. Cole Trissell; 7. Jason Loucks; 8. Tim Meltibarger; 9. Bradley Martin; 10. Tyler Fagen; 11. Kerry Cooper; 12. Nick Egbert; 13. Dusten Henderson; 14. Kimberly Cannon; 15. Scarlett Drake

 

 

Sweigart rides high for Port win

“Nitro Nick” Sweigart has made some heroic charges from the back of the field to good finishes this season, but the Myerstown racer got a good starting position draw Saturday and made the most of it, wiring the field for his second PA Sprint Series feature win of the season at Port Royal Speedway.

After finishing second in his heat race, Sweigart drew the pole position for the 20-lap IMCA/RaceSaver sprint feature, outdueled outside front row starter Kirsten Hess for the lead and held off charges from Doug Dodson and Garrett Bard to park the A.H. Moyer/Buckwalter Trucking/Gater Truck Sales RacerX #8 in victory lane.

Dodson made his most determined challenge in the race’s only restart, on a lap four following a caution for Branstin Shue and Dustin Young, both of who scraped the outside wall. Dodson went for an inside pass but couldn’t pull it off. Sweigart, Dodson and Bard then pulled away from the field, with all three cars running an extreme high line. With the race remaining green the rest of the way, that battle continued in traffic, but Sweigart handled the lapped cars and never allowed another serious challenge.

On lap 14, Bard slipped past Dodson for second, and three laps later, Dave Grube moved into the third spot, but Sweigart was in control the rest of the way.

The win was Sweigart’s third overall in an up-and-down season that has seen him finish in the top five in six of his 11 starts and outside the top ten in the remaining five.

He and Bard are the only PASS winners at the Port this year (three for Bard, two for Sweigart), and with this being the final regular-season points race (three events were canceled due to COVID-19 restrictions), the finish also set the field for the invitational race that will support the World of Outlaws event on October 10, with the top 26 in Port Royal points eligible to run.

Heat races for the 42 RaceSaver sprint cars on hand were won by Bard, Melair, Jimmy White and Dodson, who started tenth (last) in his heat. The 22-car B-Main was won by Dustin Smith, with the final qualifying spot going to rookie Dustin Young, who came from 20th starting spot to finish sixth.

Hard Charger was Landon Price, advancing from 17th starting position to eighth at the finish. Even on a slick track, there was plenty of other passing: Jaremi Hanson advanced eight spot during the feature, and Larry McVay and Erin Statler each advanced seven. The award was especially lucrative to Price, coming with both a right rear tire from Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic and $100 from Port Royal’s PASS sponsor, Penns Valley Meat Market.

PASS is at BAPS Motor Speedway next Saturday (August 29) for an event co-sanctioned by the Mid-Atlantic Sprint Series (MASS). The special night also will include a 360/358 sprint challenge featuring the United Racing Club 360 sprints, the Super Sportsman cars and limited stocks. PASS will run a full program plus a make-up feature from August 1.

For more schedule information and the latest news, visit www.pasprintseries.com or the PA Sprint Series Facebook page.

Results from Port Royal Speedway, August 22

HEAT 1 – 1. 95-Garrett Bard; 2. M1-Justin Mills; 3. 3D-Dave Grube; 4. 83-Larry McVay; 5. 69-Landon Price; 6. 36-Jaremi Hanson; 7. 54M-Todd Lynn; 8. 86-Ron Aurand; 9. 23-Nathan Gramley; 10. 51-Dave Graber; 11. 92B-Don Wise.

HEAT 2 – 1. 55-Domenic Melair; 2. 99-Devin Adams; 3. 44K-Kirsten Hess; 4. 21-Andrew Boyer; 5. 79-Ian Cumens; 6. R6-Reed Thompson; 7. 39X-Scott Frack; 8. 71-Josh Spicer; 9. 19-Kruz Kepner; 10. 25K-Matt Kline; 11. 19Y-Drew Young (DNF).

HEAT 3 – 1. 53W-Jimmy White; 2. 8-Nick Sweigart; 3. 19A-Brody Adamsky; 4. 41Z-Jared Zionkowski; 5. 12F-Daryl Stimeling; 6. 03-Branstin Shue; 7. 88-Fred Arnold; 8. 83K-Kristina Pratt; 9. 80-Dave Wickham; 10. 27-Jenna Shotz.

HEAT 4 – 1. 20-Doug Dodson; 2. 17K-Kyle Keen; 3. 69K-Kassidy Kreitz; 4. 2-Erin Statler; 5. 4B-Jason Bergstresser; 6. 11-Dustin Smith; 7. 46-Mike Alleman; 8. 00-Jason Roush; 9. D57-Jeff Miller; 10. 25D-Dustin Young;

B-Main – 1. 11-Dylan Smith; 2. 36-Jaremi Hanson; 3. R6-Reed Thompson; 4. 03-Branstin Shue; 5. 88-Fred Arnold; 6. 25D-Dustin Young; 7. 39X-Scott Frack; 8. 71-Josh Spicer; 9. 23-Nathan Gramley; 10. 86-Ron Aurand; 11. 46-Mike Alleman; 12. 54M-Todd Lynn; 13-83K-Kristina Pratt; 14. 00-Jason Roush; 15. 19-Kruz Kepner; 16. 51-Dave Graber; 17. 25K-Matthew Kline; 18. 27J-Jenna Shotz; 19. 19Y-Drew Young; 20. 80-Dave Wickham; 21. D57-Jeff Miller; 22. 92B-Don Wise.

FEATURE – 1. 8-Nick Sweigart; 2. 95-Garrett Bard; 3. 3D-Dave Grube; 4. 20-Doug Dodson; 5. 55-Domenic Melair; 6. 83-Larry McVay; 7. 69K-Kassidy Kreitz; 8. 69-Landon Price; 9. 2-Erin Statler; 10. 99-Devin Adams; 11. M1-Justin Mills; 12. 44K-Kirsten Hess; 13. 53W-Jimmy White; 14. 36-Jaremi Hanson; 15. 17K-Kyle Keen; 16. 11-Dylan Smith; 17. 12F-Daryl Stimeline; 18. 19A-Brody Adamsky; 19. 41Z-Jared Zionkowski; 20. 88-Fred Arnold; 21. 21-Andrew Boyer; 22. 79-Ian Cumens; 23. R6-Reed Thompson; 24. 4B-Jason Bergstresser (DNF); 25. 25D-Dustin Young (DNF); 26. 03-Branstin Shue (DNF). DNQ – 39X-Scott Frack; 71-Josh Spicer; 23-Nathan Gramley; 86-Ron Aurand; 46-Mike Alleman; 54M-Todd Lynn; 83K-Kristina Pratt; 00-Jason Roush; 19-Kruz Kepner; 51-Dave Graber; 25K-Matt Kline; 27J-Jenna Shotz; 19Y-Drew Young; 80-Dave Wickham; D57-Jeff Miller; 92B-Don Wise.

 

 

Aaron Reutzel returns to victory at Plymouth Speedway

Reutzel finished just ahead of Tony Stewart in the ASCoC feature event

By Greg Hildebrand

PLYMOUTH—Aaron Reutzel knew the way to victory lane Saturday night at Plymouth Speedway. The Clute Texas native has made winning at the “Playground of Power” something of a tradition with his third victory in his three appearances at the track. “This track really suits me,” said Reutzel after the victory.

The Ollie’s Bargain Center All Star Circuit of Champions put on an exciting 35 lap feature in front of a great turnout of racing fans. Indiana’s Tony Stewart made his second start of the weekend returning to racing action and attracted a larger crowd than the World of Outlaw stars that stopped earlier in the season.

Stewart would qualify third behind Reutzel and Australian Ian Madsen, finished second in his heat, a fifth in the dash set his starting position for the feature.

Hunter Scherenberg started on the front row with Reutzel on his outside for the feature. Scherenberg would grab the early lead, trade slide jobs with Reutzel for the first four laps before Reutzel would take command on the top of the track and lead the rest of the way. Stewart would charge to second and pressure Reutzel but wouldn’t be able to get past.

While Saturday’s win was Reutzel’s first in fourteen races he currently leads the series points by 84 over California’s Cory Eliason with Angola Indiana native Zeb Wise in third.

Two points battles were decided Saturday with Austen Hubbard squeaking out a one point season championship in the Thunder Stock division and Josh Lank finishing out the season with a 94 point margin of victory.

Both of these classes had their season championship features rained out last week so they were added to the racing action and rewarded with an extra non-points feature.

Hubbard was leading the feature when it was called for rain so he restarted in the lead and looked to make the points and easy calculation with Lee Hall behind him on the track and in the points. Wally Kerst would make things interesting as he got in the lead and Hubbard was now holding on to keep the championship. Lee would get past Hubbard for second but the third place finish was just enough for Hubbard to win the season.

James Headley would run away with both Mini Stock features and Josh Lank would finish third in the make up feature, fourth in the bonus feature and sealed the season championship with 360 points.

The speedway will be quiet for a couple weekends until the NRA 360 winged sprints show on Saturday, Sept. 12.

Sharing the track with the sprint cars will be the Super Streets and Thunder Stocks. Pit passes will be $35, General Admission for adults is $25, kids 6-12 $5 and race fans 5 and under are FREE. Gates open at 4:30 p.m., Hot Laps start at 5:30 p.m. with racing getting underway at 6:30 p.m.

8/22/2020 at Plymouth Speedway

410 Sprints - Winged

Ollies Bargain Outlet A Feature (35 Laps): 1. 87-Aaron Reutzel[2]; 2. 14-Tony Stewart[5]; 3. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg[1]; 4. 13-Justin Peck[14]; 5. 71-Shane Stewart[4]; 6. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[7]; 7. 11-Zeb Wise[10]; 8. 99-Skylar Gee[6]; 9. 17-Ian Madsen[3]; 10. 26-Cory Eliason[11]; 11. 22M-Dan McCarron[8]; 12. 8M-TJ Michael[15]; 13. 21-Brinton Marvel[22]; 14. 5R-Ryan Ruhl[23]; 15. 21N-Frankie Nervo[19]; 16. 14W-Chad Wilson[18]; 17. 18S-Micheal Summers[21]; 18. 27K-Zac Broughman[24]; 19. 10S-Jay Steinebach[20]; 20. 16C-Chase Ridenour[16]; 21. W20-Greg Wilson[17]; 22. 02-Brandon Long[12]; 23. 23-Cole Macedo[9]; 24. 07-Gerard McIntyre Jr[13]

Kears Speed Shop Dash (6 Laps): 1. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg[1]; 2. 87-Aaron Reutzel[3]; 3. 17-Ian Madsen[5]; 4. 71-Shane Stewart[8]; 5. 14-Tony Stewart[2]; 6. 99-Skylar Gee[4]; 7. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[6]; 8. 22M-Dan McCarron[7]

Ford Performance Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg[1]; 2. 87-Aaron Reutzel[4]; 3. 23-Cole Macedo[5]; 4. 13-Justin Peck[6]; 5. 22M-Dan McCarron[3]; 6. W20-Greg Wilson[7]; 7. 10S-Jay Steinebach[8]; 8. 21-Brinton Marvel[2]

All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 99-Skylar Gee[1]; 2. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[3]; 3. 11-Zeb Wise[5]; 4. 07-Gerard McIntyre Jr[2]; 5. 17-Ian Madsen[4]; 6. 14W-Chad Wilson[7]; 7. 21N-Frankie Nervo[6]; 8. 27K-Zac Broughman[8]

Hunt Brothers Pizza Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 71-Shane Stewart[1]; 2. 14-Tony Stewart[4]; 3. 26-Cory Eliason[5]; 4. 02-Brandon Long[3]; 5. 8M-TJ Michael[7]; 6. 16C-Chase Ridenour[6]; 7. 18S-Micheal Summers[8]; 8. 5R-Ryan Ruhl[2]

Lincoln Electric Qualifying: 1. 87-Aaron Reutzel, 00:11.472[8]; 2. 17-Ian Madsen, 00:11.578[6]; 3. 14-Tony Stewart, 00:11.624[1]; 4. 22M-Dan McCarron, 00:11.717[2]; 5. 7BC-Tyler Courtney, 00:11.832[9]; 6. 02-Brandon Long, 00:12.033[3]; 7. 21-Brinton Marvel, 00:12.112[12]; 8. 07-Gerard McIntyre Jr, 00:12.119[4]; 9. 5R-Ryan Ruhl, 00:12.121[10]; 10. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg, 00:12.136[7]; 11. 99-Skylar Gee, 00:12.187[13]; 12. 71-Shane Stewart, 00:12.295[20]; 13. 23-Cole Macedo, 00:12.308[11]; 14. 11-Zeb Wise, 00:12.368[21]; 15. 26-Cory Eliason, 00:12.476[17]; 16. 13-Justin Peck, 00:12.561[22]; 17. 21N-Frankie Nervo, 00:12.826[18]; 18. 16C-Chase Ridenour, 00:12.930[23]; 19. W20-Greg Wilson, 00:12.935[19]; 20. 14W-Chad Wilson, 00:12.960[14]; 21. 8M-TJ Michael, 00:12.978[15]; 22. 10S-Jay Steinebach, 00:13.313[16]; 23. 27K-Zac Broughman, 00:13.735[5]; 24. 18S-Micheal Summers, 00:59.999[24]

Street Stocks

A Feature 1: 1. 10S-Brandon Shelhart[2]; 2. 8-Clint Hall[1]; 3. 86JR-Kory Glassburn[11]; 4. 15-Andy Hall[3]; 5. 21K-Jacob Kolwyck[7]; 6. 90-Lee Hall[12]; 7. 65-Wally Kerst[15]; 8. 24-Spencer Knight II[13]; 9. 9-Ryan Arnett[4]; 10. 10-Michael Roe[9]; 11. 99-Nate Payton[5]; 12. 28-Rick Paul[8]; 13. 22-Chad Neeley[14]; 14. 98-Lee Joseph Hall[10]; 15. 12-Justin Wheeler[6]; 16. 20S-John Sevison[16]

Asphalt Mini Stocks

A Feature 1: 1. 1-James Headley[3]; 2. 33H-Hunter Perry[8]; 3. 9-Aaron Tatman[7]; 4. 17-Josh Lank[4]; 5. 85M-Rich Loraff[9]; 6. 75-Jacob Beard[11]; 7. 7-Ryan Gillaspy[12]; 8. 75C-Randy Brommer[6]; 9. 18F-Brandon Farrar[1]; 10. 17JR-Josh Lank Jr[10]; 11. 19-Andy Bishop[2]; 12. 54-Wayne Hardesty[5]

Asphalt Mini Stocks 8/15 Make Up Race

A Feature 1: 1. 1-James Headley[16]; 2. 33H-Hunter Perry[6]; 3. 17-Josh Lank[1]; 4. X111-Sam Wheeler[12]; 5. 19-Andy Bishop[3]; 6. 17JR-Josh Lank Jr[10]; 7. 75-Jacob Beard[13]; 8. 75C-Randall Bromer[19]; 9. 54H-Wayne Hardesty[5]; 10. 18F-Brandon Farrar[11]; 11. 85M-Rich Loraff[20]; 12. 9-Aaron Tatman[15]; 13. 17G-Ryan Gillaspy[7]; 14. 37-Aaron VanPelt[2]; 15. 31-Shane Wheeler[4]; 16. 5X-Brian Isley[8]; 17. 59-Mark Barrett Jr[9]; 18. 3X-Phillip McCord[14]; 19. 22M-Greg Marlow[17]; 20. 36-Travis Goff[18]

B Feature 1: 1. 1-James Headley[10]; 2. 22M-Greg Marlow[1]; 3. 36-Travis Goff[6]; 4. 75C-Randall Bromer[8]; 5. 85M-Rich Loraff[3]; 6. 31O-Nick Ott[9]; 7. 54-Zack Clark[13]; 8. 19G-Josh Gamblin[2]; 9. 06-Krystal Spaulding[12]; 10. 07R-Chad Loyer[11]; 11. 13C-Kyle Wright[5]; 12. 27-Bryan Woodall[4]

Heat 1: 1. 31-Shane Wheeler[2]; 2. 54H-Wayne Hardesty[1]; 3. 17G-Ryan Gillaspy[3]; 4. 17JR-Josh Lank Jr[5]; 5. 75-Jacob Beard[8]; 6. 22M-Greg Marlow[10]; 7. 27-Bryan Woodall[7]; 8. 79-Steven Shuck[6]; 9. 1-James Headley[4]; 10. 54-Zack Clark[9]

Heat 2: 1. 37-Aaron VanPelt[2]; 2. 19-Andy Bishop[4]; 3. 5X-Brian Isley[3]; 4. 18F-Brandon Farrar[1]; 5. 3X-Phillip McCord[7]; 6. 19G-Josh Gamblin[6]; 7. 13C-Kyle Wright[8]; 8. 75C-Randall Bromer[5]; 9. 07R-Chad Loyer[9]

Heat 3: 1. 33H-Hunter Perry[4]; 2. 17-Josh Lank[1]; 3. 59-Mark Barrett Jr[2]; 4. X111-Sam Wheeler[3]; 5. 9-Aaron Tatman[5]; 6. 85M-Rich Loraff[7]; 7. 36-Travis Goff[6]; 8. 31O-Nick Ott[8]; 9. 06-Krystal Spaulding[9]

Street Stocks 8/15 Make Up Race

A Feature 1: 1. 65-Wally Kerst[4]; 2. 90-Lee Hall[3]; 3. 114-Austen Hubbard[2]; 4. 86JR-Kory Glassburn[5]; 5. 10S-Brandon Shelhart[8]; 6. 24-Spencer Knight II[10]; 7. 9A-Ryan Arnett[17]; 8. 99-Nate Payton[11]; 9. 21K-Jacob Kolwyck[9]; 10. 15-Andy Hall[7]; 11. 98-Lee Joseph Hall[14]; 12. 10R-Michael Roe[12]; 13. 22-Chad Neeley[15]; 14. 8-Clint Hall[18]; 15. 20S-John Sevison[20]; 16. 28-Rick Paul[16]; 17. 12-Justin Wheeler[19]; 18. 78-Clint Bell[13]; 19. 9-Landon Metcalf [6]; 20. 10H-Eric Hunter[1]

B Feature 1: 1. 28-Rick Paul[2]; 2. 9A-Ryan Arnett[3]; 3. 8-Clint Hall[6]; 4. 12-Justin Wheeler[9]; 5. 20S-John Sevison[8]; 6. 48C-Wade Clemmons[5]; 7. 5-Shane Sanders[4]

Heat 1: 1. 10H-Eric Hunter[2]; 2. 90-Lee Hall[4]; 3. 15-Andy Hall[1]; 4. 24-Spencer Knight II[3]; 5. 78-Clint Bell[6]; 6. 66-Pete Beiswanger[7]; 7. 5-Shane Sanders[5]

Heat 2: 1. 114-Austen Hubbard[3]; 2. 65-Wally Kerst[4]; 3. 10S-Brandon Shelhart[1]; 4. 99-Nate Payton[6]; 5. 98-Lee Joseph Hall[5]; 6. 28-Rick Paul[7]; 7. 48C-Wade Clemmons[8]; 8. (DQ) 54-Joey Iliff[2]

Heat 3: 1. 86JR-Kory Glassburn[2]; 2. 9-Landon Metcalf [1]; 3. 21K-Jacob Kolwyck[3]; 4. 10R-Michael Roe[4]; 5. 22-Chad Neeley[6]; 6. 9A-Ryan Arnett[5]; 7. 8-Clint Hall[7]; 8. 20S-John Sevison[8]; 9. 12-Justin Wheeler[9]

 

 

Bradley Terrell On Top at 9th Annual Soares Classic with Hunt Series

(PETERSEN MEDIA-Petaluma, CA)- Opening night Hunt Series feature event winner, Bradley Terrell became the first repeat winner of 2020 as he topped the 9th Annual Soares Classic on Saturday night at Petaluma Speedway.

Originally slated to be the annual 50-lap affair, officials made the decision to cut the feature to 30-laps due to poor air quality and unseasonably hot weather in the area.

When the feature went green it was pole sitter, Terry Schank, jumping out to the early lead as he beat fellow front row starter off the exit of turn two and gave himself some early breathing room.

As Streeter settled into second, Matt Stewart and Nick Robfogel with battle for the third position with Robfogel holding the spot early in the feature event.

With Schank out front, Robfogel would move into second and would actually contend for the race lead, as deep in the field Bradley Terrell began to surge through the Top-10.

Terrell would get to the highside of the speedway and would begin making moves as he was able to get by Streeter and Day Day Lindt in one corner to move into fourth as he chased after Stewart and Robfogel who ran in front of him.

As second running Robfogel got into Schank’s rear end, Stewart would get into the back of Robfogel and it would let Terrell pull into second as it would turn into a two-horse race up front.

With the yellow flying for Robfogel and Stewart as they were hooked together, the ensuing restart saw Terrell continue to ride the high side and he would scoot around Schank in turns one and two to take over the race lead.

Out front, Terrell would get through traffic well as he would pull away from Schank and keep him at bay the rest of the race.

With Terrell out front and picking up the win, Daniel Whitely would get by Schank late while in traffic to finish second, as Schank took the final spot on the podium.

DJ Johnson would race to a fourth-place finish as Day-Day Lindt rounded out the Top-5.

A total of 25 cars checked in for the Soares Classic, and it was Matt Stewart kicking the night off with the Ashley Van Den Berg Home Loans fast time award.

Robfogel would win Benic Enterprises Heat No. 1, Shayna Ensign won Brown and Miller Heat Race No. 2, Day-Day Lindt took top honors in King Racing Products Heat No. 3, and Terrell won Santomaruo Heat Race No. 4.

Angelique Bell finished 15th and claimed the BR Motorsports P15 award, and Dylan Bloomfield was the Hard Charger.

Results-

1. Bradley Terrell #11

2. Daniel Whitley #6K

3. Terry Schank Jr. #1

4. DJ Johnson #33DJ

5. David Lindt #3FT

6. Dylan Bloomfield #33B

7. Matt Streeter #3F

8. Boy Moniz #22

9. Josh Young #7EJ

10.Shanya Ensign #9

11.Matt Stewart #33

12.Ryon Siverling #77S

13.Bob Davis #3R

14.Kevin Box #2

15.Angelique Bell #551

16.Tony Bernard #50

17.Tim Sherman Jr. #1JR

18.Eden McCormick #32B

19.Ka’imi Moniz-Costa #5

20.Paul Van Den Berg #9V

21.Keith Calvino #73

22.Jessica Walker #21

23. Nick Robfogel #3

24. Scott Clough #60

ON TAP: The next race for the series is TBD.

WINNERS: Bradley Terrell (June 13th, Antioch Speedway), Jake Morgan (July 25th Placerville Speedway), Bradley Terrell (August 22nd, Petaluma Speedway)

STAY CONNECTED: Stay up to speed with the series by liking us at https://www.facebook.com/joehuntwingless/ or clicking over to the new www.huntwingless.com.

JOE HUNT MAGNETOS WINGLESS SERIES- Joe Hunt Magnetos’ Roger Gleeson brought the traveling concept to non-wing sprint cars by popular demand in 2010. Over the years, the Joe Hunt Magnetos Sprint Car Series has ran a limited schedule at select tracks around the state. After running under the leadership of Prentice Motorsports Group and Glad Enterprises from 2016-2018, 2019 see’s Gleeson come back aboard as the series embarks on an 11 race schedule at six different venues.

 

 

Flint Flies To CRSA Victory At Penn Can, Dedicates Win To Pete Richardson

Press Release – August 23rd, 2020 – Turn 5 Media photo

(SUSQUEHANNA, PA) – Penn Can Speedway has been awful good to Josh Flint in his Super Gen Products CRSA Sprints career. His last CRSA win was at “The Can” on October 15, 2016, with the quarter-mile track making up fifty percent of his tour wins. During CRSA’s July visit o Penn Can, Flint picked off seven cars to win the Eagle Enterprise, LLC Hard Charger Award.

Fast forward to a flawless night on Friday, the tour win column now shows three and the percentage of wins at Gary Folk’s Penn Can Speedway went up to sixty-six percent.

The only thing that Flint missed out on Friday night was a heat race win. The driver out of Cherry Valley, NY started fifth in his heat and made the Top 12 redraw by finishing third. With the stars aligning in the Susquehanna, PA skies- Flint drew the pole for the 25-lap A-Main.

Flint was intent on leaving absolutely no doubt, leading the opening three laps and putting a good distance on Dana Wagner’s No. 25w who advanced from the third starting position to second on the start. Lap 3 would see the event slowed to a halt with the red flag being displayed.

Thomas Radivoy was working hard to recover from drawing the tenth starting position and was working the outside cushion in Turn 3 with brute force. As he approached Turn 4 the right rear tire caught the cushion wrong and turned his Country Service Center No. 1Q hard to the right toward the track’s embankment. With Radivoy still hard on the gas, his Triple X chassis went airborne over the embankment causing severe damage, ending his night although Radivoy would be ok.

Once back under the green, Flint kept a safe distance in front of Wagner as two additional yellow flags slowed the field. Behind the battle for the race lead, Alysha Bay and Ethan Gray were dicing it up for the final spot on the podium.

Bay found traction down along the inside concrete wall, while the Rookie sensation out of Manchester, NY was trying to figure out how he could ride the cushion to sweep by off Turn 4. Gray would eventually get the fast line figured out and got by one of his mentors to take over third.

Sydney Prince was a part of that battle as well in her first start with CRSA this season. Prince won her heat race walking away and would cross the line at the checkered flag inside the Top 5. Unfortunately, Prince bypassed the scales post-race, resulting in a disqualification per CRSA rules.

Flint kept Wagner at arm’s reach to secure his third CRSA victory at the checkered flag. Gray held on for his career best CRSA finish with an impressive podium effort. Bay and Trevor Years filled out the top five- a much needed highlight for Years after having transmission troubles and a trailer flat tire on the way to the track.

“I was on the phone with Jason Barney tonight a lot, he’s helped me so much on this car since we switched over to X1,” reflected Flint in Victory Lane. But the emotion of the moment was quite evident.

“This win is for Pete Richardson. We got to race with him quite a bit in Patriots and he was just a great guy. This one is for him.”

Flint picked up an extra $100 courtesy of the Ruggles Racing crew who put the winner bonus up in Richardson’s memory.

For Dana Wagner, there were a lot of positives to take away even after coming up one spot short. Last time at Penn Can, Wagner went home with a tenth place finish and a damaged racecar.

“I’m pretty happy with second, we came home in one piece and the better guy won tonight. Tonight was way better than last time.”

Ethan Gray, his crew and his followers back home in New York were just ecstatic.

“Turn 3 and 4 seems to always bug me a little bit (here at Penn Can) but I got it figured out. This is awesome!”

Next on the schedule for the Super Gen Products CRSA 305 Sprints is a return trip to Paul Cole’s Land of Legends Raceway for a $1,000-to-win event courtesy of Mike Emhof Motorsports in Round 4 of the 2020 series. There will also be rolling top 5 cash bonuses on the line. The tentatively scheduled finale at Afton Motorsports Park is slated for October 9. Stay tuned for more information on this event.

The CRSA 305 Sprint Tour is powered by Super Gen Products with their Champion Power Equipment located in Newark, NY. Associate sponsors for the 2020 CRSA 305 Sprints include Midstate Basement Authorities, CNY Farm Supply, the Maguire Family of Dealerships, Eagle Enterprises, LLC, Hoosier Racing Tires and is owned and operated by Mike Emhof Motorsports.

For more information on the series, results, points and 2020 schedule please visit our website www.crsa.myracepass.com

Please visit the Super Gen Products with Champion Power Equipment CRSA 305 Sprint Tour on Facebook (@CRSAsprints) and on Twitter (@CRSAsprints).

SUPER GEN PRODUCTS CRSA 305 SPRINTS @ PENN CAN SPEEDWAY OFFICIAL RESULTS- Friday August 21st, 2020:

25-Lap A-Main (21 cars): 1) JOSH FLINT 41j, 2) Dana Wagner 25w, 3) Ethan Gray 17e, 4) Alysha Bay 48a, 5) Trevor Years 13t, 6) Jeff Trombley 3a, 7) Tim Tanner 18, 8) Mike Van Pelt 112 (*Maguire Magnificent Move), 9) Kyle Pierce 9k, 10) Dan Craun 18c, 11) Matt Priscott 22m (*Hard Charger), 12) Josh Pieniazek 56, 13) Peter Dance 56d, 14) Dalton Herrick 29, 15) Darryl Ruggles 48jr, 16) Travis Billington 44, 17) Geoff Quackenbush 25, 18) Mark Connoly 86, 19) Thomas Radivoy 1q, 20) Ronnie Greek 56v (*Midstate Basements First Car Out of Race), 21) Sydney Prince 14p (DQ- Didn’t Cross Scales)

Lap Leaders: Flint 1-25

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 14p Sydney Prince, 2. 25w Dana Wagner, 3. 41j Josh Flint, 4. 56v Ronnie Greek, 5. 25 Geoff Quackenbush, 6. 18 Tim Tanner, 7. 44 Travis Billington

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 1q Thomas Radivoy, 2. 56 Josh Pieniazek, 3. 17e Ethan Gray, 4. 29 Dalton Herrick, 5. 18c Dan Craun, 6. 112 Mike Van Pelt, 7. 22m Mike Priscott (DNS)

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 48a Alysha Bay, 2. 48jr Darryl Ruggles, 3. 3a Jeff Trombley, 4. 13t Trevor Years, 5. 9k Kyle Pierce, 6. 56d Peter Dance, 7. 86 Mark Connoly

Maguire Family of Dealerships Magnificent Move of the Race: Mike Van Pelt

Midstate Basement Authorities First Car Out of the Race: Ronnie Greek

Eagle Enterprise, LLC Hard Charger Award: Matt Priscott

Ruggles Racing $100 Bonus In Memory of Pete Richardson: Josh Flint

 

 

KOFOID OVERCOMES AN EARLY CAUTION TO DOMINATE AT JACKSONVILLE

Jacksonville, IL. (08/23/2020) Perfection was the word of the night on Sunday for the Penngrove, CA. native- Michael "Buddy" Kofoid aboard the Keith Kunz Motorsports No. 67 at the famous Jacksonville Speedway in Jacksonville, IL.

After a rough heat race run and putting himself in the semi Feature, Michael "Buddy" Kofoid squeaks his way into the 30-lap main event. Charging from the 19th position to capture his seventh win on the 2020 race season with the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League.

Joined alongside Clinton Boyles of Greenwood, Missouri. Jerry Coons Jr. of Tucson, AZ made up the front row. As they both lead the field the green flag, Kofoid starting in the 19position was involved in the caution that came out on the first lap. Due to a complete restart, Kofoid regains his 19th starting position.

Boyles came back to life on the restart and pulled away while the attention turned to the battle brewing for second as Coons followed in second. As Thomas Meseraull had his hands full battling with Emerson Axsom. Hitting the halfway mark, Boyles still in the lead and Kofoid had made his way up to the sixth position.

A caution for a stopped car on lap 24 brought fans to the edge of their seat, with only six laps to go. Buddy Kofoid was sitting in the third position right before the caution. Going back to green, Boyles remained in control with Kofoid in second after passing Emerson Axsom. Kofoid set his sight on Boyles and does just that, he takes the lead on lap 27 and Axsom followed to claim second.

Crossing the stripe and completing a perfect night on the amazing Jacksonville, IL surface, Michael "Buddy" Kofoid parked his No. 67 in victory lane for the seventh time this year and climbed atop the cage victoriously in front of a full Jacksonville crowd.

Finishing in second after capping a late charge, Emerson Axsom of Franklin, IN. brought his No. 15 home with the runner-up honors. Rounding out the podium in third-place, Clinton Boyles with it being his best career finish with the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League. Fourth place was brought home by No. 85 Jerry Coons Jr. Rounding out your top five, the Muskogee, OK. native- Kaylee Bryson.

"Just kind of got unlucky in the heat race and had an issue with the right rear, but to get my seventh win with these KKM guys and a 1st, 2nd, and a 1st this weekend is pretty huge." Stated Buddy Kofoid

"Definitely need more seat time, Buddy he is really good right now in midgets." Emerson Axsom brings home the second-place finish.

"I got to do my job a little better, still kind of new to this and what it takes to be good there throughout the 30- laps." Clinton Boyles bringing home third.

Schoenfeld Headers Heat 1 Winner: 71K - CANNON MCINTOSH

AFCO Heat 2 Winner: 15 - EMERSON AXSOM

Diversified Machine Inc. Heat 3 Winner: 19M - ETHAN MITCHELL

Auto Meter Heat 4 Winner: 21 - ZACH DAUM

Super Clean High Point: 98 - CLINTON BOYLES

Rod End Supply Semi-Feature 1: 72 - SAM JOHNSON

TRD Hard Charger: 67 - BUDDY KOFOID

Lucas Oil Feature Winner: 67 - BUDDY KOFOID

POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League Feature Results (30 laps): 1. 67 - BUDDY KOFOID 2. 15 - EMERSON AXSOM 3. 98 - CLINTON BOYLES 4. 85 - JERRY COONS JR 5. 71 - KAYLEE BRYSON 6. 21 - ZACH DAUM 7. 9 - DAISON PURSLEY 8. 87 - KARTER SARFF 9. 49 - JOE B MILLER 10. 3N - JAKE NEUMAN 11. 97 - BRENHAM CROUCH 12. 3W - BRANDON WAELTI 13. 00 - TREY GROPP 14. 28 - ACE MCCARTHY 15. 21K - EMILIO HOOVER 16. 72 - SAM JOHNSON 17. 08 - NOAH GASS 18. 7X - THOMAS MESERAULL 19. 56D - MITCHELL DAVIS 20. 19M - ETHAN MITCHELL 21. 103 - BROC HUNNELL 22. 2H - LUKE HOWARD 23. 71K - CANNON MCINTOSH

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Jake Bubak Becomes First Repeat Sprint Car Nationals Champion at Dodge City Raceway Park

DODGE CITY, Kansas (August 22, 2020) – The Lucas Oil POWRi United Rebel Sprint Series Presented by Mel Hambelton Ford Racing took to the finale of Dodge City Raceway Park’s Lubbock Wrecker Service Sprint Car Nationals on Saturday night. Jake Bubak claimed his second Sprint Car Nationals Championship after prevailing from a three-car battle to lead the final five circuits of the 30-lap feature event and earning $5,170 for the three day weekend.

The Hambelton Racing Dash for Cash saw the top-six in combined points from Thursday and Friday’s preliminary events duel for a starting position in the first three rows of the big dance on Saturday night. Lincoln, Nebraska’s Jason Martin used the high-side to make a pass on Bubak to win the Dash for Cash, earning him the pole starting position and an extra $300.

Martin and Bubak set the pace for the 30-lap feature event. Jason Martin took advantage of the pole position, snagging the lead ahead of Bubak and United Rebel Sprint Series points leader, Zach Blurton. A caution flew over the field on lap 7 for Monty Ferriera. The restart saw Blurton advance to second before snagging the lead from Martin on lap 10. Bubak slid into second just past the halfway point, but Martin prevailed and claimed the lead back from Blurton.

Bubak remained in contention and snagged the lead from Martin on lap 25. Martin would continue to challenge for the lead, but time would run out. Jake Bubak went on to win his second consecutive Sprint Car Nationals at Dodge City Raceway Park. Jason Martin settled for second, while United Rebel Sprint Series driver, Zach Blurton, completed the top-three finishers on Saturday. Taylor Velasquez and Jordan Knight, both United Rebel Sprint Series drivers, rounded out the top-five.

Luke Cranston would earn the Keizer Wheels Hard Charger award starting from his fifteenth starting position to finish ninth and also picked up an extra $500 bonus courtesy of Steve Hilker Trucking.

Next up for the Mel Hambelton Ford Racing POWRi United Rebel Sprint Series drivers is Salina Speedway on September 11th. Drivers will then head south to 81 Speedway in Wichita, Kansas on September 12th.

United Rebel Sprint Series

Dodge City Raceway Park – Dodge City, Kansas

Sprint Car Nationals Finale

Heat One (8 laps): 1) JD Johnson, 2) Ray Seemann, 3) Luke Cranston, 4) Jake Martens, 5) Chase Randall, 6) Ross Essenburg, 7) Brett Becker, 8) Lance Davis, 9) Chad Salem

Heat Two (8 laps): 1) Kris Moore, 2) Kohl Ricke, 3) Monty Ferriera, 4) Blake Scott, 5) Tyler Knight, 6) Ty Williams, 7) Kyler Johnson, 8) Chris Douglas, 9) Howard Van Dyke

Heat Three (8 laps): 1) David Luckie, 2) Vance Wofford, 3) Brian Herbert, 4) Steven Richardson, 5) Koby Walters, 6) Cody Lampe, 7) Larry Neighbors, 8) Brandon Hickman

Dash For Cash (6 laps): 1) Jason Martin, 2) Jake Bubak, 3) Zach Blurton, 4) Taylor Velasquez, 5) Jeremy Huish, 6) Tyler Knight

B-Feature One (12 laps): 1) Ty Williams, 2) Vance Wofford, 3) Larry Neighbors, 4) Brian Herbert, 5) Kris Moore, 6) Lance Davis, 7) Chad Salem, 8) Chris Douglas

B-Feature Two (12 laps): 1) Cody Lampe, 2) Brett Becker, 3) Ross Essenburg, 4) Kyler Johnson, 5) Kohl Ricke, 6) Brandon Hickman, 7) Howard Van Dyke, 8) Koby Walters

A-Feature (30 laps): 1) Jake Bubak, 2) Jason Martin, 3) Zach Blurton, 4) Taylor Velasquez, 5) Jordan Knight, 6) Jeremy Huish, 7) Chase Randall, 8) David Luckie, 9) Luke Cranston, 10) Ray Seemann, 11) Blake Scott, 12) JD Johnson, 13) Jake Martens, 14) Vance Wofford, 15) Steven Richardson, 16) Tyler Knight, 17) Brett Becker, 18) Ross Essenburg, 19) Larry Neighbors, 20) Ty Williams, 21) Monty Ferriera, 22) Cody Lampe

 

 

Greg Dobrosky captures “Mav classic” as leader Gomola hits lapped car out of turn 4 for the win

By Jim Balentine

Mercer, Pa. On a beautiful late summer Saturday night at Michaels Mercer Raceway Park the track, the fans, the drivers and the crews all paid tribute to the late Brandon Hawkins, a 305 sprint car racer who tragically lost his life at the young age of 26 years old, with the first annual “Mav classic” named for Brandon’s young son Maverick. The event was a 27 lap affair that paid $2727 to the winner and had an $11,500 purse with $27 per lap plus other contingencies. It was the highest paying 305 sprint car race in the history of the western pa area.

30 305 sprints turned out to honor the Hawkins family as drivers came as far as New York, southern Ohio, and Central Pa to compete at the 3/8 mile bent egg oval. Jake Gomola, last years track champion was the driver to beat all night as he won his heat race ,won the $400 dash and started on the pole of the 27 lap feature. Gomola bolted immediately out into the lead and was the man to beat as he open up a five second lead at one point on second place and as he was coming down for the checkered flag out of turn number 4 he encountered a lapped car and got tangled up with the car resulting in him not being able to restart the event for the final lap. Greg Dobrosky, who has won six times at the Mercer speed plant inherited the lead for the final lap and went on to win the event over 10 time winner Jim Morris; Jeremy Kornbau, and John Paytner.

Kyle Colwell who was racing the Brandon Hawkins car started last in the Mav challenge where with Colwell starting last in 27th position every car that he would pass for position would donate $50 back to the Hawkins family. Colwell ended up finishing 5th so by passing 22 cars from the 27th starting position $1,100 would go back to the Hawkins family and Colwell would also receive the $100 hard charger award. Cameron Hague earned the hard luck award as he qualified for the A main through the Consi but blew his motor as the checkered fell. John Paynter earned the farthest tow award for coming from Bloomington, Indiana. Over $4,000 was raised at Mercer for Brandon’s son Maverick.

In the big block modifieds Rex king Sr the 1995 and 2019 Track Champion took off from the pole position to never be challenged in the 25 lap event As he held off his son Rex King Jr who won last week, Dave Murdick would be third, JR McGinley fourth and Kyle Fink 5th.

Brian Schaffer, last year’s FASTRAK modified track Champion took command of the feature event from the pole position and held off Chas Wolbert who is one of the top winning limited modified drivers in the area, 9 time winner Garrett Krummert would finish 3rd, Brandon Ritchey 4th and David Kalb 5th.

In the mini stock finale longtime veteran Will Aley won his 2nd career feature in the class holding of a challenging DJ McCrae and last weeks winner Phil King. McCrae would later be found to have an illegal tire which would send him to the last position. King would move up to 2nd, Leonard Baker Jr 3rd, Carl Ealy 4th and Randy Ealy 5th. Kyle Donnelly violently flipped his 24D mid race but was uninjured.

305 Sprints Mav Classic 1. 88-Greg Dobrosky[2]; 2. 16-Jim Morris[3]; 3. 27K-Jeremy Kornbau[4]; 4. 23-John Paytner[14]; 5. 27H-Kyle Colwell[27]; 6. 29-logan mccandless[18]; 7. 67-Ken Duke Jr[5]; 8. X-Dan Bennett[11]; 9. 78D-Dale Schweikert[8]; 10. 5-John Walp[16]; 11. X7-Andy Cavanagh[13]; 12. 80JR-Dave Hawkins[21]; 13. 26-Ryan Lynn[15]; 14. 4J-Jacob Gamola[1]; 15. 7-Andrew Jacbus[26]; 16. 78-Justin Clark[9]; 17. 00S-Randy Sterling[20]; 18. 19-Tyler Cochran[25]; 19. 56-Steve Cousins[7]; 20. 2-Derek Hauck[6]; 21. 52-Jeffery Weaver[17]; 22. 5B-Rob Bartchey[10]; 23. 78C-Dakota Schweihart[24]; 24. 47-Brett Brunkenhofer[23]; 25. 4T-Dylan Troyer[19]; 26. 12G-Tommy Jasen[22]; 27. 21-Rob Felix[12]

Heat winners; 67-Ken Duke Jr; 4J-Jacob Gamola; 2-Derek Hauck; 78D-Dale Schweikert

Big Block Modifieds feature 1. 65-Rex King Sr[1]; 2. 165-Rex King Jr[9]; 3. 61-Dave Murdick[5]; 4. 18-JR McGinley[3]; 5. 6F-Kyle Fink[10]; 6. 18W-Colton Walters[7]; 7. 35-Steve Slater[2]; 8. 3K-shawn kozar[4]; 9. 5-Max Smoker[8]; 10. 717-Billy Adams[6]; 11. 72M-Jacob McElravy[12]; 12. 74-Kevin Green[11]

Heat winners: 65-Rex King Sr; 35-Steve Slater

Mini Stock feature 1. 9-William Aley[1]; 2. 12-Phil King[10]; 3. 0B-Leonard Baker Jr[3]; 4. 0-Carl Ealy[6]; 5. 0R-Randy Ealy[9]; 6. 77-Pete Blaczak[17]; 7. 17J-Mike Salsgiver[19]; 8. 1-James Tasker[20]; 9. 20A-Jesse Armstong[23]; 10. 8BALL-Ed Haylett[18]; 11. 999-Adam Aley[7]; 12. 17S-Shane Shook[13]; 13. 31-Greg Marks[22]; 14. 64-Summer Pitts[14]; 15. 24D-Kyle Donnelly[4]; 16. 7X-Justin Bailey[5]; 17. 77H-Cameron Hutchins[11]; 18. 6-Mike Kelley[12]; 19. 56M-Scott McElravy[24]; 20. 5-Andy Thompson[8]; 21. 27-Patrick Lane[16]; 22. 54H-Dave Harding[15]; 23. 53Z-Larry Blake[21]; 24. (DQ) 36PACK-DJ MacRae[2]

Heat winners: 0-Carl Ealy; 7X-Justin Bailey; 24D-Kyle Donnelly

FASTRAK Modified feature: 1. 41-Brian Schaffer[1]; 2. C3-Chas Wolbert[3]; 3. 10S-Garrett Krummert[4]; 4. 17-Brandon Ritchey[2]; 5. 11J-David Kalb[8]; 6. 14-Jerry Schaffer[7]; 7. 86-Shayne Izzo[5]; 8. 44-Jim Bryce[9]; 9. 5C-Ayden Cipriano[15]; 10. JD57-Jordan Ehrenberg[11]; 11. 113-Don Cornelius[16]; 12. 7P-Caden Petry[18]; 13. 33G-Dalton Gabriel[20]; 14. 4S-Eric Gabany[6]; 15. 404-MIchael Kristyak[17]; 16. 28J-Jacob Jordan[19]; 17. 25L-Jordan Little[12]; 18. 24-Preston Cope[10]; 19. 71-Gage Priester[14]

Heat winners : 41-Brian Schaffer; 17-Brandon Ritchey

 

 

Park Jefferson Speedway

A warm afternoon at Park Jefferson gave way to a hot night of racing at Park Jefferson. In the end, Justin Henderson took home top honors and a $6,000 weekend sweep as he was victorious in the Midwest Power Series event at Park Jefferson Joining him in victory lane was former modified ace and now late model hot shoe Justin Zeitner, Brant O’Banion in the RACESaver Sprints, Travis Barker in the J&J Fitting Stock Cars and Kaylb Burnssen in the hobby stocks.

The Midwest Power Series, sanctioned by the MSTS and Nebraska 360, saw Justin Henderson roll to victory on the heavy surface. Henderson was able to get the jump from the outside of row 1 to power away to victory in the 20 laps feature. Cody Ledger tried to gain ground on the leader in mid race before a broken right front caused damage and he retired. It was then Greg Bakkers shot but he could not stop the Tea driver from picking up the feature win along with the $2,000 bonus put up by event supporter GRP Motorsports. Bakker and Jody Rosenboom rounded out the podium. Heat races went to Rosenboom, Henderson and Justin Jacobsma. A scary incident during heat race one saw Trevor Serbus take a hard landing in turn 1 which resulted in a complete extracation by North Sioux City, Jefferson and Park Jefferson safety officials and transport to Mercy Hospital in Sioux City. Serbus was later released and returned to the track at the conclusion of the event.

In the Tri State Late Models, who were making their second ever start at the track, Justin Zeitner got the jump from row 1 and never looked back. Zeitner let all 25 laps and just pulled away from the field. The action was in the back as Jordan Heiman started in 9th and was a man on a mission as he came in second. Series point champion Blair Nothdurft was third. Nothdurft and Beyenhoff picked up heat wins.

The Stevenson Hardware RACESaver Sprints saw Brant O’Banion picking up a feature win over Tim Ottenbacher. O’Banion, who is also a 360 sprint car competitor, was the class of the field as he was able to lay waste to the field picking up the win. 2020 track champion Jesse Lindberg finished up third. Division sponsor Brandon Stevenson won the heat.

In the J&J Fitting Stock Cars three track champions battled it out for the win. Travis Barker started the race on the front row was able to hold off modified champion Cody Thompson and Stock Car champion Ryan Harris. Barker who has had a strong showing all year had a great run to win the event. Thompson and Berker won heats.

A legacy winner set foot in victory lane in the hobby stock division as Kaylb Brunssen was the winner in the top spot as he picked up the feature victory. Brunssen, whose father is also a former winner at Park Jefferson, has been on a tear up at Wagner speedway and found himself in victory lane at Park Jefferson. Andy Hoffman and Todd Caster rounded out the podium with heats going to Hoffman and Brunssen.

Park Jefferson Speedway has concluded its racing season and will look ahead to the 2021 season with opening day slated for April 10th, 2021.

8/22/2020 at Park Jefferson International Speedway

Keizer Wheels Championship 360 Sprint Cars

Property Solutions of America A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 83-Justin Henderson[2]; 2. 11X-Gregg Bakker[5]; 3. 14-Jody Rosenboom[7]; 4. 2-Derrik Lusk[4]; 5. 36-Jason Tostenson[1]; 6. 5-Eric Lutz[9]; 7. 24B-Joey Danley[14]; 8. 22-Kaleb Johnson[13]; 9. 17B-Ryan Bickett[11]; 10. 15C-Carter Chevalier[8]; 11. (DNF) 35L-Cody Ledger[3]; 12. (DNF) 101-Chuck McGillivray[15]; 13. (DNF) 14T-Trent Roth[16]; 14. (DNF) 20-Brant O'Banion[10]; 15. (DNS) 10J-Justin Jacobsma; 16. (DNS) 03-Shayle Bade; 17. (DNS) 03X-Jamey Ogston; 18. (DNS) 10-Trevor Serbus; 19. (DQ) 29-Brandon Stevenson[12]

Property Solutions of America Heat 1 (6 Laps): 1. 14-Jody Rosenboom[1]; 2. 2-Derrik Lusk[4]; 3. 35L-Cody Ledger[6]; 4. 29-Brandon Stevenson[2]; 5. (DNF) 03-Shayle Bade[3]; 6. (DNF) 03X-Jamey Ogston[5]; 7. (DNF) 10-Trevor Serbus[7]

Property Solutions of America Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 83-Justin Henderson[2]; 2. 15C-Carter Chevalier[1]; 3. 5-Eric Lutz[4]; 4. 20-Brant O'Banion[6]; 5. 22-Kaleb Johnson[5]; 6. 101-Chuck McGillivray[3]

Property Solutions of America Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 10J-Justin Jacobsma[1]; 2. 36-Jason Tostenson[4]; 3. 11X-Gregg Bakker[6]; 4. 17B-Ryan Bickett[3]; 5. 24B-Joey Danley[5]; 6. (DNF) 14T-Trent Roth[2]

Dirt Late Models

H&H Mobile Homes A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 62-Justin Zeitner[1]; 2. 38-Jordan Heiman[9]; 3. 76-Blair Nothdurft[3]; 4. #1-Nick Beyenhof[4]; 5. 22-Gary Brown Jr[5]; 6. 26JR-Corey Zeitner[11]; 7. Z76-Zach Zeitner[2]; 8. 8-Lane Brenden[12]; 9. 11-Brad Vogt[13]; 10. 1V-Gale Vogt[7]; 11. 71-Mike Benson[8]; 12. (DNF) 44-Kevin Larson[14]; 13. (DNF) 41-Jesse Akkerman[15]; 14. (DNF) 99-Travis Paulson[10]; 15. (DNF) 83-Mike Babcock[6]

Olsen Custom Farms Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 76-Blair Nothdurft[2]; 2. 62-Justin Zeitner[4]; 3. 22-Gary Brown Jr[3]; 4. 1V-Gale Vogt[1]; 5. 38-Jordan Heiman[8]; 6. 26JR-Corey Zeitner[6]; 7. 11-Brad Vogt[7]; 8. 41-Jesse Akkerman[5]

E&A Concrete Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. #1-Nick Beyenhof[4]; 2. Z76-Zach Zeitner[5]; 3. 83-Mike Babcock[1]; 4. 71-Mike Benson[2]; 5. 99-Travis Paulson[3]; 6. 8-Lane Brenden[7]; 7. 44-Kevin Larson[6]

IMCA Stevenson Hardware RACESaver Sprint Cars

A Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 20-Brant O'Banion[4]; 2. 05-Tim Ottenbacher[6]; 3. 43MB-Jesse Lindberg[3]; 4. 33-Trevor Smith[8]; 5. 0-Brandon Stevenson[5]; 6. 29-Rick Pendergast[7]; 7. 4J-Aaron Guillaume[1]; 8. 12P-Ryan Navratil[2]

Heat 1 (6 Laps): 1. 0-Brandon Stevenson[1]; 2. 20-Brant O'Banion[4]; 3. 4J-Aaron Guillaume[2]; 4. 43MB-Jesse Lindberg[5]; 5. 12P-Ryan Navratil[3]; 6. 05-Tim Ottenbacher[7]; 7. 29-Rick Pendergast[6]; 8. 33-Trevor Smith[8]

 

 

PETERSON DOMINATES OVSCA AT WAYNE COUNTY SPEEDWAY; CASKEY & AMICK COLLECT 2nd WINS; LONEY LOCKS UP MODIFIED MAIN; HENSEL GRABS 4th CHECKERED FLAG

Orrville, Ohio

August 22, 2020

By Mike Swanger

Over 120 cars in 5 class' of cars overflowed the pits of Wayne County Speedway Saturday night on White's Ford and Serpentini Chevrolet night as the Ohio Valley Sprint Car Association made their third appearance of the season with Rawson's Ricky Peterson going flag to flag for his first win. Driving the Fornes Auto & Truck Service, Kears Speedshop and Stan Courtad owned #9x, Peterson out raced fellow front row starter Broc Martin to turn one and would stay out front all 25 laps. Martin, the fast qualifier, would stay a few car lengths behind Peterson until lap 10 when Martin would tag the turn two guardrail and suffer a flat tire to end his chance of winning his second OVSCA feature at WCS. This would put R J Jacobs in second with Hunter Lynch and Dean Jacobs following and as the green flag waved, Dean Jacobs powered past Lynch for third and from that point on, the two Jacobs' would put on a tight race for second as Dean would try everything he could to get by R J. As they dueled for second, Peterson would extend his lead. With the laps dwindling down Dean Jacobs could slip past R J Jacobs in turn one and two but R J would get back past Dean in three and four. Behind them Lynch and Cory Crabtree were in a battle for fourth place. With checkered flag waving, Peterson won by more than a half a straightaway as R J Jacobs nipped Dean Jacobs at the line for second with Lynch taking fourth over Crabtree. Lynch, Dean Jacobs and Crabtree collected the heat wins as Jason Dolick topped the last chance race.

Orrville's Mitch Caskey would also start on the outside front row of the Malcuit Tavern Super Late Model feature and he would beat Justin Chance into turn one for the lead and would never give it up for his second win of the season. Chance would hound the Dan Weaver Trucking, Millersburg Tire and A & K Welding #18 of Caskey for the ten circuits when Chance would hit the guardrail in turn two, get on top of it and then roll back on to the track upside down to bring out the red flag and end his race. As the race resumed, Caskey would pull away with Brad Malcuit in second followed by J R Gentry with Todd Brennan, Larry Bellman and Jerry Bowersock racing for fourth. Malcuit would hold off Gentry and in the closing laps, Gentry tapped the wall in turn two and would hang on to take third as Malcuit finished a season best second. Brennan would win the three car race for fourth over Bellman, the Accu Force Shocks/Kar Connection Hard Charger, and Bowersock. Heat winners were Caskey and Brennan with Drown the fast qualifier.

The Modifieds were back in action once again as Kyle Moore would also start on the outside front row with Travis Dixon on the pole with Moore popping into the top spot at the drop of the green flag but Dixon would stay right with Moore, who was seeking his 6th straight win at "Orrville's Historic Oval" and had a bounty on him if any one could beat him while he was still running at the finish. With the two leaders going at it early on Jess Hartman, Kevin Morehouse and Jesse Wisecarver was going back and forth for third and Nathan Loney joining in. After caution flags on laps nine and ten and with the double file restarts, Loney would motor past Hartman, Morehouse and Wisecarver into third and take second from Dixon on the next circuit and put the pressure on Moore for the lead. Moore would hold off Loney until lap 15 when Moore would slow coming out of turn two and stop in turn four with a broken front end. Loney, of Danville would inherit the lead and hold of Dixon to the finish line and park the Tru Form Racing Products, GDN Welding and Rich's Body Shop #10 in victory lane for the first time. Dixon would take home second place with Hartman, Wisecarver and Morehouse filling out the top five. Dixon, Moore and Loney claimed the heat races while Bruce Miller won the last chance race. Pete Caplinger set the fast time in qualifying.

Tyler Wiles used the pole position of the McKenzie Concrete Super Stock feature and would set the pace for the opening ten laps as it was a wild scramble for positiong behind him. Don Baney would give up second place on lap four to Chase Alexander who would pressure Wiles for the lead as John Wilson and Mansfield's Michael Amick would join Baney for third place. Amick would work his way to third on lap seven and with Wiles leading, Amick and Alexander would bump together on lap nine in turn two and that would slow Alexander down and bring out the yellow flag. On the double file restart, Amick and his Smith Fabrication, United Concrete and Met's Machine Shop #18d would out hustle Wiles going into turn one for the lead and never look back for his second win of the season at WCS. Wiles would end up second as Wilson held off Doug Drown, who moved into fourth on the last caution with Alexander coming back to take fifth from Baney with two laps to go. Amick and Drown posted the heat wins as fast qualifier was Brandon Morrow.

Pole sitter Anthony Collins set the pace for the opening three circuits of the JoyRide Transport Mini Stock main and then it was Wooster's Doug Hensel taking over aboard the Bad Boyz Tree Service #18 and go then leading the rest of the way for his fourth victory of the season. Johnny Bruce Sr. would get by Collins for second on lap seven and finish a season best second. With two laps to go, Dustin Bedlion moved past Collins for third and on the last lap, Bobby Searls took fourth from Collins. Winning the heat races were Cory Staley, who had to change cars and run the last chance race that he won, Hensel, Collins and Bedlion.

Next Saturday night, August 29 at Wayne County Speedway will be Season Championships for the Pine Tree Towing & Recovery Sprints, the Malcuit Tavern Super Late Models, the McKenzie Concrete Super Stocks and the JoyRide Transport Mini Stocks and it will be the 'Summer Series' for both the Super Stocks and Mini Stock. Gates will open at 3 pm and racing at 7 pm.

WAYNE COUNTY SPEEDWAY RESULTS

Saturday, August 22, 2020

OVSCA/PINE TREE TOWING & RECOVERY SPRINTS

Fast Qualifier Broc Martin 15.229 second

Heat 1 Hunter Lynch, Nick Patterson, Broc Martin, Trey Jacobs, Max Stambaugh, Jason Dolick, Mark Imler, Brian Benson, Wyatt Zimmerman

Heat 2 Dean Jacobs, Chris Myers, Ricky Peterson, Jordan Ryan, Wayne McPeek, Troy Kingan, Danny Mumaw, Dave Dickson, Andy Fike

Heat 3 Cory Crabtree, R J Jacobs, Henry Malcuit, Jamie Myers, Lance Webb, Ray Miller, Eric Martin, Dylan Kingan

'B'Main Jason Dolick, Troy Kingan, Danny Mumaw, Mark Imler, Dave Dickson, Brian Benson, Ray Miller, Wyatt Zimmerman, Eric Martin, Andy Fike, Dylan Kingan

Feature Ricky Peterson, R J Jacobs, Dean Jacobs, Hunter Lynch, Cory Crabtree, Chris Myers, Trey Jacobs, Max Stambaugh, Jordan Ryan, Jason Dolick, Jamie Myers, Wayne McPeek, Danny Mumaw, Troy Kingan, Lance Webb, Dave Dickson, Nick Patterson, Broc Martin, Mark Imler, Henry Malcuit

MALCUIT TAVERN SUPER LATE MODELS

Fast Qualifier Doug Drown 17.419 seconds

Heat 1 Mitch Caskey, T J Watson, Jerry Bowersock, Brad Malcuit, Cody Rogers, Larry Bellman, Doug Drown, Jason Skelly, Craig Hartong, Phil Wade

Heat 2 Todd Brennan, J R Gentry, Justin Chance, Kevin Smith, Chuck Kimble, Ryan Markham, Jerry Aber, Jasn Henderson, Tom Denzinger

Feature Mitch Caskey, Brad Malcuit, J R Gentry, Todd Brennan, Larry Bellman, Jerry Bowersock, Cody Rogers, T J Watson, Jerry Aber, Craig Hartong, Kevin Smith, Jason Skelly, Justin Chance, Chuck Kimble, Phil Wade, Ryan Markham, Doug Drown, Jason Henderson, Tom Denzinger

Modifieds

Fast Qualifier Pete Caplinger 19.190 seconds

Heat 1 Travis Dixon, Kevin Morehouse, Scott Peltz, Colton Shaw, Pete Caplinger, Denny Benjamin, Alec Harris, Chad Coleman, Richard Grossman, Tristen Bickford

Heat 2 Kyle Moore, Jess Hartman, Kenny Johnson, Jesse Wisecarver, Mark Gardiner, Bruce Miller, Jason King, Richard Grogg, Dave Bodkins

Heat 3 Nathan Loney, Dennis Lunger, Jerrod Willis, Austin Seelig, Mitch Lam, Randy Bauknecht, Michael McGee, Leighton Wetzel, Clint Jamison

'B'Main Bruce Miller, Jason King, Michael McGee, Richard Grogg, Tristen Bickford, Alec Harris, Denny Benjamin, Chad Coleman, Leighton Wetzel, Clint Jamison, Dave Bodkins, Richard Grossman, Randy Bauknecht dns

Feature Nathan Loney, Travis Dixon, Jess Hartman, Jesse Wisecarver, Kevin Morehouse, Colton Shaw, Kenny Johnson, Jerrod Willis, Tristen Bickford, Jason King, Richard Grogg, Austin Seelig, Mitch Lam, Kyle Moore, Bruce Miller, Scott Peltz, Pete Caplinger, Dennis Lunger, Mark Gardiner, Michael McGee

MCKENZIE CONCRETE SUPER STOCKS

Fast Qualifier Brandon Morrow 19.927 seconds

Heat 1 Michael Amick,Brandon Morrow, Tyler Wiles, Curt Zimmerman, Dave Uhler, Don Rutt, Brandon Craver, Luke Sprouse, Matt Shroyer dns

Heat 2 Doug Drown, John Wilson, Chase Alexander, Don Baney, Seth Dickerson, James Alleman, Gary McGregor, Virgil Masters, Austin Bright

Feature Michael Amick, Tyler Wiles, John Wilson, Doug Drown, Chase Alexander, Don Baney, James Alleman, Gary McGregor, Virgil Masters, Seth Dickerson, Austin Bright, Curt Zimmerman, Don Rutt, Dave Uhler, Brandon Morrow, Brandon Craver dns, Luke Sprouse dns, Matt Shroyer dns

JOYRIDE TRANSPORT MINI STOCKS

Heat 1 Cory Staley, Dakota Graciani, Kevin Markey, Steven Lester, John Louis, Dewey Powell, Kenny Coe, Eugene Arkenburgh, Matt Short

Heat 2 Doug Hensel, Bobby Searls, Mitch Reichard, Chaz Dawson, Jon Gamery, Brian Butler, Zach Myers

Heat 3 Anthony Collins, Ryan Carder, Jolene Voshel, Will Rogers, Ryan Abel, Wes Staley, Kyle Noel, Anthony Short

Heat 4 Dustin Bedlion, Johnny Bruce Sr., David Keagy, Clayton Evans, Kevin Hook, Justin Hall, Jordan James

'B'Main Wes Staley, John Louis, Jon Gamery, Zach Myers, Travis Hutton, Dewey Powell, Ryan Abel, Brian Butler, Kyle Noel, Kenny Coe, Kevin Hook, Matt Short dns, Jordan James dns, Justin Hall,dns, Wes Staley dns, Anthony Short dns, Eugene Arkenburgh dns

Feature Doug Hensel, Johnny Bruce Sr., Dustin Bedlion, Bobby Searls, Anthony Collins, Cory Staley, Kyle Petit, David Keagy, Ryan Carder, Jolene Voshel, Chaz Dawson, Dakota Graciani, Kevin Markey, John Louis, Steven Lester, Will Rogers, Jon Gamery, Zach Myers, Clayton Evans, Mitch Reichard

 

 

Benson, Wille, Ebert, Kinderknecht, and Ryun Capture Central Missouri Speedway Features!

Central Missouri Speedway August 22, 2020

(Warrensburg, Missouri) The season is nearing the end at Central Missouri Speedway (CMS) as the track begins a consecutive run of special events over the next several weeks through the final event of the year at the inaugural B-Mod Blowout.

The POWRi War Sprint League made their way to CMS for their first-ever appearance as 21 drivers signed in for the non-winged sprint racing. Joining the sprints were 12 A-Mods, 15 B-Mods, 17 Mod-Lites, and 16 Pure Stocks for a total of 81 cars.

The fans on hand took in 11 preliminary heat races and five main events. Championship track points were on the line for A-Mods, B-Mods, Mod-Lites, and Pure Stocks while the POWRi sprints competed for their series points. Prior to the night beginning CMS officials announced that the Pure Stock $500-to-win special event was re-added to the schedule to take place on Friday, September 25th during night one of the B-Mod Blowout.

Pure Stocks Recap, Heat Races: D.J. Barnes moved from fifth to the checkers to claim the opening Pure Stock heat with Scott Pullen second. Jason Ryun cruised to the heat two win as Jonathan Evans came away in second. Feature: D.J. Barnes and Jason Ryun earned the front row starting honors for the 15-lap Pure Stock main event as Barnes grabbed the early lead with Ryun in tow. Yellow flew early as Barnes led the charge through lap six. As the leaders came around at lap seven, it was Ryun who took command dropping Barnes to second. Evans was on the move once again as he took over second from Barnes at lap nine. James Mirts also moved forward into third by lap 11 with Spencer Reiff making his way to fourth as Barnes slid to fifth. In the waning laps, Ryun kept a solid distance between himself and Evans and ultimately went on to collect his third victory of the season. Evans was stout in second with Mirts third, Reiff fourth and Barnes fifth.

Mod-Lites Recap, Heat Races: David Raffurty raced his way to the opening Mod-Lite heat race with Garrett Stonum in second. Salina, Kansas driver Justin Kinderknecht made a rare CMS appearance in his Mod-Lite and started off with the heat two victory with Ed Griggs second. Feature: David Raffurty and Kinderknecht took pole honors to start the feature for the Mod-Lites. Raffurty and Kinderknecht were virtually even coming to the line for lap one as Raffurty was scored the leader. When they came by a second time, it was Kinderknecht who took the top spot. A yellow flag flew early as Dillon Raffurty nearly spun with Donnie Dannar unfortunately getting the worst end of the incident as he was unable to continue on after contact with Raffurty, who experienced a flat left front but was able to safely continue. Kinderknecht continued his lead up front building on the distance with each green flag lap. After a long green-flag run, father and son, David and Dillonn Raffurty waged a classic battle for second right to the finish as Kinderknecht sailed to his first CMS win of the year. David Raffurty edged his son Dillon for second, Ed Griggs ran a strong fourth the entire distance with Garrett Stonum fifth.

B-Mods Recap, Heat Races: Jacob Ebert ran a smooth race to take the opening eight-lap B-Mod heat with Friday night Lakeside Speedway winner Patrick Royalty in second. Chad Status fought hard for the heat two victory narrowly edging Jeremy Lile. Feature: After a quick restart, Jacob Ebert established himself at the front of the field with Chad Status and Patrick Royalty inside the top three. Yellow flew over the field early on two occasions, but after that, there was a long stretch of green-flag racing. Ebert maintained a comfortable lead while Status and Royalty battled for the runner-up spot. By the halfway marker, Royalty moved to second, but Ebert built up a nearly full straightaway advantage by late in the race. Not even a late-race caution could keep Ebert from victory lane on this night as the multiple-time B-Mod champion captured his first win of the season as he continues to fight for the season championship. It was Ebert’s 46th career CMS win. Royalty finished second in front of a stellar run by Sturgis Streeter up to third. Jeremy Lile was fourth with Status rounding out the top five.

POWRi War Sprints Recap, Heat Races: Wesley Smith of Nixa, Missouri started off the sprint heats with a victory over Anthony Nicholson. Tom Curran of Kansas City motored to victory in heat two over Kyle Lewis while Quinton Benson led the way in heat three ahead of Jack Wagner. Feature: Wesley Smith and Quinton Benson began the 25-lap sprint main event from row one on a slick and fast track with Smith out to an early lead. By lap nine, Smith led Riley Kreisel and Benson inside the top three. The racing was fantastic inside the entire top five for several laps and by lap 15, Smith still led but Benson moved to second over Kreisel. The race completely changed dynamics two laps later when Kreisel’s night came to a halt on the front stretch after climbing the wall, which ended in two flat tires to end his bid for the win. On the restart, Smith led Benson, Tom Curran, Anthony Nicholson, and Jack Wagner. One more caution flew in the race with Smith still leading Benson and Curran. Over the final laps, the leaders masterfully made their way through lapped cars but in the end, Benson of Sweet Springs emerged as the victor with Smith second, Curran third, Anthony Nicholson fourth, and Wagner fifth.

A-Mods Recap, Heat Races: A-Mods finished off the heat race action with a pair of eight-lap events with Terry Schultz besting Dean Wille in heat one while Gunner Martin outran Chad Lyle for the heat two win. Feature: In what may go down as the feature of the year at CMS, the A-Mods, although light on cars on this night, did not disappoint when it came to the racing. With the track super slicked over and racy from top to bottom, Chad Lyle and Terry Schultz led the charge at the drop of the green flag with Schultz bolting out to an early race lead. The lead duo stayed incredibly close for nearly the entire race duration as Schultz took the high road and Lyle took the low road. Tim Karrick looked strong in his return to action as he ran solidly inside the top five. As Schultz held a narrow lead, Wille began to move in on Lyle for second and by lap 15 took the position with a low-side move, then setting his sights on Schultz up front. Lapped traffic came into play by lap 17 as Schultz did all he could to keep Wille behind him. Schultz, Wille, and Lyle ran close to the end as Wille moved to the front by lap 23 but Schultz was not done yet and held his own on the high side. Coming to the white flag the leaders were side-by-side all the way until the end as Schultz’s bid for the win was slowed by a lapped car off turn four with Wille claiming the victory from his fourth starting position in a strong run to the front as he placed his #68 where it needed to be at the right time. Schultz was second followed by a strong return to racing run to third by Karrick, a solid run to fourth for Kevin Blackburn, as Lyle slipped to fifth. Prior to the start of the race, promoter Earl Walls told the drivers the track was super slick after the sprint race but that it was still a raceable track and if they ran without a yellow, “he would buy them two beers.” On this night, the promoter cracked open the beer at the pay window as the race was ran without a caution!

Next up, August 29, special event with the Third Annual Street Stock Showdown, featuring $2,000-to-win Street Stocks in a 25-lap main event. Also running A-Mods, B-Mods, Mod-Lites, and Pure Stocks in their final championship points-earning night of the season. Pit gates will open at 4:30, followed by grandstand admission at 5, driver pill draw cutoff at 6:15 (no passing points if driver is a late check-in), pit meeting at 6:30, hot laps at 7, and racing at 7:30.

Adult Admission $15, Active Duty Military and Senior Citizens aged 65 to 72 $12, Kids 6 to 12 years old $6, five and under free, 75 and older and individuals permanently confined to a wheelchair are free in the grandstands. All pit passes are $40, regardless of age.

Johnson County Community Health Services (JCCHS) implemented a face covering mandate for the county. The order states face coverings are required in outdoor public gatherings when social distancing is not an option. Click here to read the exact wording of the mandate so you can decide for yourself regarding masks.

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Central Missouri Speedway Business Partners: Cliff Harris Warrensburg Ford, Midwest Coatings, Budweiser, Pepsi, Comfort Inn Warrensburg Station, Apple Bus Company, KMMO FM 102.9, Seeburg Mufflers, World Finance, Heartland Waste, RacinDirt.com, DQ Grill & Chill of Warrensburg, Kleinschmidt's Western Store, OK Tire Stores, Zaxby's Absolutely Craveable Chicken, OK Wheel Alignment, JA Performance and Outdoor Services, Alternative Wire and Cable, MFA Oil, Gator Graphics, Mid-America Packaged Ice, Blue Springs Truck Line, Big O Tires of Warrensburg, KDKD FM 95.3 Today’s Country, Eickleberry Concrete & Construction, and RockAuto.com.

Remaining Event at Central Missouri Speedway August 29th - Race #15 - $2,000-to-Win Street Stocks! Plus, AM, BM, ML, PS (Final Track Points Night) September 5th - Race #16 - (Saturday) Labor Day Weekend - Night 1 A-Mod Qualifying (For Rows 1-6) and $500-to-Win Scramble, plus POWRi Lightning Sprints, Mod-Lites, and Pure Stocks. September 6th - Race #17 - (Sunday) Labor Day Weekend - Night 2 A-Mod Qualifying (For Rows 7-12) and $3,000-to-Win. Also running POWRi Lightning Sprints, Street Stocks, B-Mods, and Mod-Lites. September 25th (Friday) - Race #18 - Big Bad B-Mod Blowout Night 1 (Support Classes for Weekend TBA) September 26th (Saturday) - Race #19 - Big Bad B-Mod Blowout Night 2 - $3,000-to-Win B-Mods

A-Main Results from 8-22-20. Full results at www.centralmissourispeedway.myracepass.com.

POWRi War Sprints, A Feature, 25 Laps 1. 31-Quinton Benson[2]; 2. 12-Wesley Smith[1]; 3. 11X-Tom Curran[4]; 4. 16-Anthony Nicholson[9]; 5. 77-Jack Wagner[3]; 6. 48-Neal Matuska[12]; 7. 2K-Kyle Lewis[5]; 8. 2C-Zach Clark[18]; 9. 27-Steve Thomas[11]; 10. ST1-Lane Stone[13]; 11. 41-Brad Wyatt[16]; 12. 00-Broc Elliott[17]; 13. 4-Braydon Cromwell[14]; 14. 19-Bailey Elliott[15]; 15. 2-Jason Billups[10]; 16. (DNF) 91-Riley Kreisel[6]; 17. (DNF) 73-Samuel Wagner[8]; 18. (DNF) 11W-Wyatt Burks[7]; 19. (DNF) 90-Patrick Budde[20]; 20. (DNF) 52-Dean Bowers[21]; 21. (DNF) 77X-Wyatt Siegel[19]

 

 

Ben Schmidt, Justin Schmidt, Stolp, Wieland notch PDTR A-main triumphs

(PEDAL DOWN PROMOTIONS) August 22, 2020 – The 10th Plymouth Dirt Track Racing program of the 2020 season featured a little bit of everything on Saturday, Aug. 22 at The Plymouth Dirt Track at the Sheboygan County Fairgrounds in Plymouth, Wis, including a newly crowned three-time repeat Late Model champion, a first-time B Mod A-main winner, a photo finish in the Grand National main event and the first A-main victory of the year for a former Sprint Car champion plagued by bad luck for much of the 2020 season.

In the 25-lap Kristine Hartmann Pleasant View Realty 360 Sprint Car A main, 2011 PDTR 360 Sprint Car champ Ben Schmidt of Howards Grove got his incident-plagued 2020 season back on track by notching his first A-main victory of the 2020 season. Justin Schmidt of Cleveland tallied his third 25-lap A-main victory of the season to clinch his third straight PDTR Gasroots Project Late Model title by a slim two-point margin over Turk Letizia of Waukesha. PDTR Klips N Tips Grand National point leader Aaron Stolp of Milwaukee pulled off a last lap pass to post his third 25-lap A-main win of the season by just .03 seconds. Brian Wieland of Sheboygan Falls collected his first career PDTR Cellcom B Mod A-main victory in the 25-lap A main.

In the 25-lap 360 Sprint Car A main, Ben Schmidt vaulted into the lead in the first turn of the opening lap from the pole position as outside front row starter Kevin Karnitz of West Bend settled into second.

By lap 4, Schmidt had opened up a full straightaway cushion over Karnitz on the slick and smooth track surface. Three laps later, Schmidt began to work his way through heavy lapped traffic, which allowed Karnitz to close the gap.

On lap 13, the first of two caution flags appeared when Waupun’s Tim Haddy spun in turn two. Schmidt again bolted out to a commanding lead on the restart utilizing the preferred outside groove. By lap 21, Schmidt had again built up a full-straightaway lead as point leader Travis Arenz of Sheboygan, who started 12th, and 2017 PDTR 360 Sprint Car champ Brandon McMullen of Oshkosh, who started seventh, traded slide jobs for fifth on lap 22.

The second and final caution appeared on lap 24 when Anthony Knierim of Franksville spun in turn four to set up a single-file green, white, checkered flag finish. On the restart, Schmidt again charged away from Karnitz, while Arenz made a daring move to sweep past two-time PDTR 360 Sprint Car champ Kurt Davis of South Milwaukee, who started fifth, and Shane Wenninger of Kewaskum, who started fourth, to move from fifth to third on the final lap.

Schmidt, who suffered a series of motor failures and a hard crash at Beaver Dam Raceway early in the season, pulled away to secure his 10th career PDTR 360 Sprint Car A-main victory and 26th career Midwest Sprint Car Association main event triumph.

Karnitz finished second, Arenz placed third, Wenninger was fourth and Davis rounded out the top five.

The 25-lap PDTR points season-ending A-main got off to a rough start when rookie Justin Green of Sheboygan Falls, who started second, spun in turn two on the opening lap to bring out the first of two caution flags.

Following a complete restart, third starter Joe Bongiorno of Milwaukee grabbed the lead in turn one, while fifth starter Charlie Schmidt of Oostburg slipped into second. On lap 4, Schmidt ducked under Bongiorno to take over the top spot in turn three.

One lap later, Schmidt spun into the infield in turn two, which gave the lead back to Bongiorno. On lap 6, the battle for the lead really heated up when 2016 PDTR Late Model champion Tim Buhler of Greenbush, who started seventh, fourth starter Justin Ritchie of New London and Justin Schmidt, who started eighth, bolted in to challenge Bongiorno for the top spot.

Using the high groove, Justin Schmidt emerged from a wild four-wide duel to take over the top spot in turn four on lap 6 with Ritchie moving into second. Four laps later, the second and final caution flag appeared on lap 10 when 2008 PDTR Late Model champ Billy Rezutek of Big Bend spun in turn two.

On the restart, Schmidt pulled away from Ritchie while ninth starter Turk Letizia of Waukesha, who came into the race with a four-point lead over Schmidt in the chase for the PDTR Late Model title, moved past four-time PDTR Late Model champion Brad Mueller of Random Lake, who started 10th, to take fourth on lap 12.

Schmidt cruised over the final 10 laps to secure his 13th career PDTR Late Model A-main victory and wrap up his third consecutive track title by two points over Letizia. Ritchie placed second, Buhler was third, Letizia placed fourth and Mueller rounded out the top five.

Two-time PDTR Grand National champion Don Sorce Jr. of West Allis took the lead on the opening lap of the 25-lap Grand National A main from the pole with second starter Jonathan Otte of Cedar Grove seizing second.

The first of three caution flags appeared on lap 5 when Derek Kaat of Plymouth stopped in turn three. On the restart, Sorce Jr. pulled away, while third starter Dick Hed of Plymouth and fourth starter Luke Scholten of Oostburg dueled side by side for second before Scholten assumed the runner-up spot on lap 7.

The second caution appeared on lap 8 when Dylan Struve of Plymouth spun in turn two. Following the restart, Aaron Stolp charged in from his seventh starting spot to move into fourth on lap 10 along the cushion. Three laps later Stolp worked around Hed to take third and three laps later, he rode the high groove past Scholten for second.

The third and final caution was displayed on lap 18 when Josh Pierce of Fredonia spun in turn two. On the restart, Stolp worked the high groove to perfection to pressure Sorce Jr. for the top spot. The high-riding Stolp pulled even with the low-riding Sorce Jr. on lap 20 and the two dueled side by side over the final five laps to set up a thrilling finish.

On the final lap, Stolp pounded the cushion and used a huge run off of turn four to nip Sorce. Jr. at the finish line by just .03 seconds en route to his third career PDTR Grand National A-main victory. Sorce. Jr. had to settle for second, Scholten placed third, fifth starter Steven Weber of Plymouth finished fourth and defending PDTR Grand National champ Tyler Kulow of Plymouth placed fifth after starting ninth.

After an incident involving Barry Maas of Cascade, Spencer Long of Sheboygan Falls, Will Garceau of Mishicot and Conrad Kaufert of Random Lake on the initial start, polesitter Brian Wieland grabbed the lead on the drop of the green flag with outside front row starter Steve Lorier of Sheboygan sliding into second.

On lap 2, fourth starter Jesse Cullen of Chilton moved in second while 10th starter Jason Schilling of Greenfield rode the high groove into fourth on lap 3 before moving into third on lap 4.

By lap 9, Wieland had built up a half-straightaway cushion at the front of the field. Two laps later, the second caution appeared on lap 11 when Rory Welch of Grafton spun against the frontstrech wall.

On the restart, Will Garceau and Jonathan Hitsman of Plymouth spun in turn two. Lorier battled back to take second lap 12, while Waldo’s Travis Schmidt, who started sixth, worked the high line into third on the following lap before taking second from Lorier on lap 13.

On lap 19, rookie Trevor Frank of Sheboygan, who started third, flexed his muscle to work underneath Schmidt into second. Five laps later, defending PDTR B Mod champ and current point leader Tim Warner of Fond du Lac moved up from his 12th starting spot to take third with a nifty move in turn four.

Wieland remained smooth at the front of the field in the final circuits on the way to his first career PDTR B Mod victory in flag-to-flag fashion. Frank recorded a career-best second-place finish, Warner placed third, Schmidt wound up fourth and Jerry Duggan of Manitowoc worked his way up from his ninth starting spot to take fifth.

Lance Fassbender of Burnett won the 15-lap 360 Sprint Car B main.

The 10th PDTR racing program of the 2020 season, which was sponsored by the city of Sheboygan Falls Fire Department, drew a total of 82 cars, including 28 PDTR 360 Sprint Cars, 15 Late Models, 15 Grand Nationals and 24 B Mods.

PDTR action will resume on Thursday, Aug. 27 with the third annual Russ Scheffler Tribute Night event featuring an added purse for the Late Model division, including a full points night for the PDTR 360 Sprint Car, Grand National and B Mod divisions.

On Friday, Aug. 28, PDTR will host the Dirt Kings Late Model Tour for the Mueller Sales and Service 30. The evening also includes a full points program for the PDTR 360 Sprint Cars, as well as non-points programs for the Grand National and B Mod divisions.

Grandstand gates open at 4:30 p.m. with hot laps at 5:30 p.m. and racing at 6:30 p.m. on both nights.

For all remaining 2020 PDTR races, Dennis Darovich of Sheboygan will have his new book “RPM – The Golden Era of Plymouth Dirt Track Racing” for sale under the grandstand.

A portion of the money collected from the sale of the book will be donated to Plymouth Dirt Track Racing.

KRISTINE HARTMANN PLEASANTVIEW REALTY 360 SPRINT CARS HEAT 1 1, Shane Wenninger 2, Kurt Davis 3, Bill Taylor 4, Lance Fassbender 5, Tyler Davis 6, Austin Hartmann 7, Kevin Seidler. HEAT 2 1, Justin Erickson 2, Doug Wondra 3, Brandon McMullen 4, Travis Arenz 5, Brandon Berth 6, Scott Conger 7, Tony Wondra. HEAT 3 1, Kevin Karnitz 2, Chris Clayton 3, Justin Miller 4, Anthony Knierim 5, Preston Ruh 6, Will Gerrits 7, Blake Wondra. HEAT 4 1, Ben Schmidt 2, Tyler Tischendorf 3, Tim Haddy 4, Tyler Brabant 5, Jack Vanderboom 6, Adam Miller 7, Josh Teunissen. B MAIN 1, Lance Fassbender 2, Will Gerrits 3, Adam Miller 4, Tyler Davis 5, Tony Wondra 6, Scott Conger 7, Austin Hartmann 8, Blake Wondra 9, Josh Teunissen 10, Kevin Seidler 11, Preston Ruh 12, Brandon Berth. A MAIN 1, Ben Schmidt 2, Kevin Karnitz 3, Travis Arenz 4, Shane Wenninger 5, Kurt Davis 6, Brandon McMullen 7, Justin Miller 8, Tyler Tischendorf 9, Justin Erickson 10, Doug Wondra 11, Lance Fassbender 12, Will Gerrits 13, Chris Clayton 14, Jack Vanderboom 15, Adam Miller 16, Anthony Knierim 17, Tyler Brabant 18, Scott Conger 19, Bill Taylor 20, Tony Wondra 21, Tim Haddy 22, Tyler Davis.

 

 

Trey Marcham Makes it Two on the Year

Belleville, IL. (08/22/2020) Trey Marcham out of Oklahoma City, OK. adds another clean sweep to his belt for the 2020 race season.

Marcham seems to have the I-44 Riverside Speedway dialed in every time he attends the fast 1/5-mile banked red clay oval. Making Saturday night, August 22his second clean sweep, meaning winning the heat race, being high point man, and taking himself to victory lane to finish off the night.

Marcham started the 25- lap main event starting in the second position, the outside of the first row. To his inside sat the Tehachapi, CA. native- Shannon McQueen, as they both lead the 13-car field to green. From the green flag to checkered, Trey Marcham led the way and found himself in victory lane once again at I-44 Riverside Speedway in Oklahoma City, OK.

The Sand Springs, OK. Native 17-year old Hank Davis finished in the second position. Tristin Thomas, the Rudeen Racing Driver rounded out the top three. Andrew Felker out of Carl Junction, MO. brought his No. 44S home in the fourth position, and the lady driver Shannon McQueen got herself a fifth-place finish.

Heat Race 1 Winner: Shannon McQueen

Heat Race 2 Winner: Trey Marcham

Smith Titanium High Point Man: Trey Marcham

Keizer Sprint Car Wheels Hard Charger: Andrew Felker

POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget League Feature Winner: Trey Marcham

POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget League Results (25 laps): 1. 32- Trey Marcham; 2. 14E- Hank Davis; 3. 26- Tristin Thomas; 4. 44S- Andrew Felker; 5. 7- Shannon McQueen; 6. 7D- Michelle Decker; 7. 91-Jeff Stasa; 8. 3PS- Zac Millikin; 9. 70- Cade Cowles; 10. 2S- Cole Scott; 11. 05- Kyle Wilson; 12. (DNF) F5- Devin Simmons; 13. (DNF) 27- A.J. Burns

The POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget League will be back in action on Saturday, September 12 at Port City Raceway in Tulsa OK. along with Micro Sprints, Outlaw Micros, POWRi Lonestar 600's Non-Wing, POWRi Lonestar 600's Restrictor's, POWRi Lonestar 600's Jr Sprint's

For further information, visit www.powri.com, "Like" POWRi on Facebook and follow @POWRi_Racing on Twitter. Catch each night's LIVE action via subscription broadcast from POWRi.TV at www.powri.tv

 

 

Josh Schneiderman Rules Sprint Invaders at 34 Raceway!

(Bill W) West Burlington, IA, August 22, 2020 – Josh Schneiderman’s teaming with the Jimmy Davies Racing #99 team proved to be unbeatable on Saturday night at 34 Raceway in West Burlington, Iowa. Schneiderman was dominant from drop of the feature green flag, claiming his fourth Sprint Invaders win at 34 Raceway and his seventh overall with the series.

While Schneiderman shot out from his starting position outside row one, Colton Fisher gave chase, and was joined by eighth starter, Paul Nienhiser. Schneiderman was in lapped traffic quickly, as he was already weaving through it by the fifth lap.

Lynton Jeffrey surged early, passing Nienhiser for third on lap seven, and then getting by Fisher for second a lap later, as a good three-car battle ensued. Nienhiser was also able to get by Fisher claiming the third spot. Disaster struck for Fisher 11 laps in, when he cut a right rear tire, spoiling his top five effort.

By the time the caution flag fell, Schneiderman had put four lapped cars between himself and Jeffrey. Those cars were erased on the restart, but it was no matter. Schneiderman was back in lapped traffic with nine to go, while the rest scrambled for second. Nienhiser and Jeffrey tangled for the runner-up spot, before Nienhiser grabbed it for good with eight to go.

Schneiderman sailed to victory, lapping up to tenth place. Nienhiser held second, ahead of Jeffrey, Chris Martin and Kaley Gharst. Wyatt Wilkerson, Daniel Bergquist, Josh Higday, Rob Kubli and Riley Goodno rounded out the top ten. Bergquist, Cody Wehrle, Schneiderman and Jeffrey were heat winners, while Jeffrey also claimed the Dash.

Misfortune fell on Justin Buchholz, who got upside down in hot laps. Noah Samuel got upside down in his heat after contact from another car. Neither was injured, but done for the night. The B main only went one lap, as three of the seven competitors tangled in turns three and four (Austin Miller, Cam Martin, Matt Johnson).

“We felt pretty good all night,” said Schneiderman. “We had a couple issues we struggled with early, but we got them sorted out. We were lightning quick. It doesn’t hurt, coming from a 410 to a 360, but at the end of the day, we just had thing rolling. I could roll the bottom or the top. I could slide in front of lapped cars, and do anything I needed to. With the experience we’ve gained at Knoxville over the years…you’ve got to go after (lapped traffic) like you’re going for the win. I made a couple mistakes in four, and I just kept racing harder. Lynton and Paul are no slouches, so I knew I needed to keep the speed up.”

“Josh was definitely the class of the field,” said Nienhiser. “I felt like we had a strong car, but we never had a chance to see what we had for him on a restart. We got to racing with Lynton and some other guys. He checked out. We were happy with second place. Normally we wouldn’t say that as many times as we’ve run second, but staring eighth, we had some work to do. I wish we hadn’t started so deep.”

“Josh was definitely fast,” said Jeffrey. “He definitely set sail there at the end, and had a good car. He must know this track really well. I couldn’t keep up with him, that’s for sure. These guys race hard, and I’ve got to give them a lot of credit. There’s no easy wins here in this series. We’ll have to come back and redeem ourselves a little bit in a few weeks.”

The Sprint Invaders next action will be Saturday, September 12 at the Lee County Speedway in Donnellson, Iowa, and Sunday, September 13 at the Randolph County Raceway near Moberly, Missouri. It has also been announced that the series finale “Fall Brawl” on Saturday, October 10, at the 34 Raceway will be $5,000 to win! For more information on the Sprint Invaders, visit www.SprintInvaders.com or look us up on Facebook.

Sprint Invaders A main (started), 25 laps: 1. 99, Josh Schneiderman, West Burlington, IA (2) 2. 50, Paul Nienhiser, Chapin, IL (8) 3. 83J, Lynton Jeffrey, Prairie City, IA (4) 4. 44, Chris Martin, Ankeny, IA (5) 5. 78, Kaley Gharst, Decatur, IL (11) 6. 29w, Wyatt Wilkerson, Morning Sun, IA (6) 7. 9, Daniel Bergquist, Burlington, IA (3) 8. 35, Josh Higday, Des Moines, IA (14) 9. 83, Rob Kubli, Milo, IA (10) 10. 22, Riley Goodno, Knoxville, IA (12) 11. 11T, Dugan Thye, Burlington, IA (13) 12. 8L, Tom Lenz, Marion, IA (9) 13. 4, Bailey Goldesberry, Springfield, IL (20) 14. 13, Brayden Gaylord, Wever, IA (18) 15. 81, Tanner Gebhardt, Burlington, IA (16) 16. 6, Mitchell Alexander, Knoxville, IA (19) 17. 40c, Cody Wehrle, Burlington, IA (7) 18. 70K, Glenn Saville, Razorback, NSW, Aust. (15) 19. 11, Colton Fisher, Mediapolis, IA (1) 20. 88, Dufoustin Selvage, Indianola, IA (17). Lap Leader: Schneiderman 1-25. Hard-charger: Goldesberry. KSE Hard-charger: Nienhiser.

Randall’s Performance Heat one (started), 8 laps: 1. Daniel Bergquist (1) 2. Colton Fisher (4) 3. Tom Lenz (3) 4. Dugan Thye (6) 5. Mitchell Alexander (2) 6. 44m, Cam Martin, Ankeny, IA (7) 7. 84K, Wayne Kniffen, Fort Madison, IA (7) DNS – 31, Austin Sears, Macomb, IL

CenPenCo Lubricants Heat two (started), 8 laps: 1. Cody Wehrle (2) 2. Wyatt Wilkerson (6) 3. Glenn Saville (3) 4. Rob Kubli (7) 5. Dustin Selvage (5) 6. 2, Matt Johnson, Melcher-Dallas, IA (4) 7. 51J, Matt Krieger, Burlington, IA (1)

Paisano’s Ristorante of Preston, Illinois Heat three (started), 8 laps: 1. Josh Schneiderman (1) 2. Paul Nienhiser (3) 3. Riley Goodno (4) 4. Tanner Gebhardt (5) 5. Brayden Gaylord (7) 6. 83A, Austin Miller, Lacona, IA (2) 7. 64c, Braydn Greubel, Lacona, IA (6)

OpenWheel101.com/PositivelyRacing.com Heat four (started), 8 laps: 1. Lynton Jeffrey (4) 2. Kaley Gharst (1) 3. Chris Martin (5) 4. Josh Higday (6) 5. 41, Noah Samuel, Burlington, IA (2) 6. Bailey Goldesberry (3) DNS – 69, Justin Buchholz, Davenport, IA

B main (started), 1 lap: 1. Dustin Selvage (2) 2. Brayden Gaylord (1) 3. Mitchell Alexander (4) 4. Bailey Goldesberry (5) / 5. Cam Martin (3) 6. Matt Johnson (7) 7. Austin Miller (6) DNS – Wayne Kniffen, Braydn Greubel, Austin Sears, Justin Buchholz, Noah Samuel, Matt Krieger

Budweiser King of Beers – Golden Eagle Distributors Shake-up Dash (started), 6 laps: 1. Lynton Jeffrey (1) 2. Chris Martin (4) 3. Wyatt Wilkerson (2) 4. Colton Fisher (6) 5. Josh Schneiderman (7) 6. Daniel Bergquist (3) 7. Cody Wehrle (5) 8. Paul Nienhiser (8)

Contingencies

Kreitz Oval Products: Riley Goodno

Pyrotect: Colton Fisher

Saldana Racing Products: Tanner Gebhardt

 

 

Bubak Rallies Late for Second Lubbock Wrecker Service DCRP Sprint Nationals Triumph while Brandon Kenny Takes Last Lap Sport Modified Mayhem

Lonnie Wheatley, DODGE CITY, Kan. (August 22, 2020) – Jake Bubak emerged from a torrid, race-long three-way battle for the lead to score his second consecutive Lubbock Wrecker Service DCRP Sprint Car Nationals triumph by topping Saturday night’s 30-lap finale atop the 3/8-mile Dodge City Raceway Park clay oval.

Bubak led only the final six circuits aboard the Wells-powered Coyote Candle Company No. 74b Maxim after Jason Martin and Zach Blurton both shared time pacing the field in the Fourth Annual event. Bubak collected $3,970 for the win and earned a total of $5,170 for the three-day weekend.

While Bubak took Sprint Car honors, Brandon Kenny took advantage of Luke Stallbaumer’s misfortune and then edged Mike Roach in a thrilling drag race to the checkered flag to take the $1,500-winner’s share in the 30-lap Seventh Annual IMCA Sport Modified Mayhem North vs. South Duel.

After the night’s three Last Chance Heat Races filled positions seven through 16 for the 30-lap DCRP Sprint Car Nationals finale, Jason Martin flexed his muscle by racing from fifth to win the 6-lap Hambelton Racing Pole Dash and the $300 that went with it by making a last-lap pass of Bubak on the high side.

And, after passing 25 cars in Thursday and Friday’s preliminary feature action, Martin made the most of the pole starting position by gunning into the initial lead ahead of Bubak and third-starter Zach Blurton.

The tone was set early on, with the trio of Martin, Bubak and Blurton battling the entire distance.

Blurton began marching forward after a lap seven caution for Monty Ferreira, blasting past Bubak for second on the eighth lap and then surging ahead of Martin for the point on the tenth round. Bubak made his way past Martin briefly on the 20th lap, but Martin made his way back around Bubak and reclaimed the lead from Blurton on the 23rd circuit.

Bubak was hot on Martin’s heels, following his past Blurton and then making his way into the lead on the 25th lap. Martin kept the heat on, looking for an opening to make a last lap move but had to settle for runner-up honors in the Myers-powered Trucks Plus/Speedway Motors No. 5x EMI.

Blurton settled for the show position in the Myers-powered J&K Trucking No. 11 Maxim with Taylor Velasquez and Jordan Knight rounding out the top five. Jeremy Huish was sixth with Chase Randall, David Luckie, Luke Cranston and Ray Seemann completing the top ten.

Cranston picked up the $500 Steve Hilker Trucking, Inc., Hard Charger Award, Blurton picked up the $500 Adams Roofing Mid-Way Bonus and Blake Scott was awarded the $250 Adams Roof Tech “Best Appearing Car” Award.

A total of 40 cars took part in the Fourth Annual Lubbock Wrecker Service DCRP Sprint Car Nationals.

In the Seventh Annual IMCA Sport Modified Mayhem North vs. South Duel, Woodward, Oklahoma’s Brandon Kenny edged into the lead racing towards the checkered flag in the 30-lapper to become the sixth different winner of the event.

Following a pair of cautions with one lap in the books, pole starter Luke Stallbaumer slipped away from the field under an extended green flag run as Mike Roach held down second with Jeff Kaup in third.

After starting sixth, Kenny held steady until he began climbing through the pack after ten laps. Gaining momentum, Kenny made his way past Kaup for third on the 17th lap and then reeled in Roach by the 23rd lap as Stallbaumer cruised out front with nearly a straightaway advantage.

Misfortune struck Stallbaumer at that point as his right rear tire went low and the duo of Roach and Kenny quickly reeled him in and made quick work of the slowing machine on lap 26. Stallbaumer’s tire finally shredded a lap later, setting up a three-lap dash to the checkered with Roach leading Kenny.

Kenny went to the high side to work on Roach, finally pulling alongside as the white flag flew. The duo battled side-by-side for the final 3/8-of-a-mile with Kenny getting a strong run off the final corner to flash under the checkered flag with less than a car-length advantage.

Kaup claimed the show position with Mike Lunow racing from tenth to fourth. Brendyn Nordyke advanced a half-dozen positions to round out the top five with Mike Roach, Troy Bynum, James Lott, Kyle Wiens and Monty Nordyke completing the top ten.

Dodge City Raceway Park returns to action with the Labor Day Weekend Spectacular on Saturday and Sunday, September 5-6, with a full slate of Hambelton Racing DCRP Sprint Cars, IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Sport Modifieds, IMCA Stock Cars and IMCA Hobby Stocks each night.

Dodge City Raceway Park

August 22, 2020 Results:

Fourth Annual Lubbock Wrecker Service DCRP 305 Sprint Car Nationals

Hambelton Racing DCRP Sprint Cars vs. United Rebel Sprint Series (URSS):

Heat One (8 Laps): 1. 98-J.D. Johnson, 2. 72-Ray Seemann, 3. 49x-Luke Cranston, 4. 17x-Jake Martens, 5. 9-Chase Randall, 6. 51r-Ross Essenburg, 7. 2b-Brett Becker, 8. 9d-Lance Davis, 9. 17s-Chad Salem.

Heat Two (8 Laps): 1. 49-Kris Moore, 2. 65-Kohl Ricke, 3. 45-Monty Ferriera, 4. 29s-Blake Scott, 5. 11k-Tyler Knight, 6. 911-Ty Williams 7. 45x-Kyler Johnson, 8. 56-Chris Douglas, 9. 74v-Howard Van Dyke.

Heat Three (8 Laps): 1. 45d-David Luckie, 2. 116-Vance Wofford, 3. 97-Brian Herbert, 4. 0-Steven Richardson, 5. 33-Koby Walters, 6. 1x-Cody Lampe, 7. 29n-Larry Neighbors, 8. 30-Brandon Hickman.

Hambelton Racing Pole Dash (6 Laps): 1. 5x-Jason Martin [$300], 2. 74b-Jake Bubak [$200], 3. 11-Zach Blurton [$150], 4. Taylor Velasquez [$150], 5. Jeremy Huish [$100], 6. Tyler Knight[$100].

First “B” Main (12 Laps): 1. 911-Ty Williams, 2. 116-Vance Wofford, 3. 29n-Larry Neighbors, 4. 97-Brian Herbert, 5. 49-Kris Moore, 6. 9d-Lance Davis, 7. 17s-Chad Salem, 8. 56-Chris Douglas (DNS).

Second “B” Main (12 Laps): 1. 1x-Cody Lampe, 2. 2b-Brett Becker, 3. 51r-Ross Essenburg, 4. 45x-Kyler Johnson, 5. 65-Kohl Ricke, 6. 30-Brandon Hickman, 7. 74v-Howard Van Dyke, 8. 33-Koby Walters (DNS).

“A” Main (30 Laps): 1. 74b-Jake Bubak (2) [$3,970], 2. 5x-Jason Martin (1) [$2,720], 3. 11-Zach Blurton (3) [$2,410], 4. 21x-Taylor Velasquez (4) [$1,000], 5. 10-Jordan Knight (6) [$800], 6. 88J-Jeremy Huish (5) [$700], 7. 9-Chase Randall (11) [$650], 8. 45d-David Luckie (7) [$600], 9. 49x-Luke Cranston (15) [$550], 10. 72-Ray Seemann (8) [$500], 11. 29s-Blake Scott (9) [$475], 12. 98-J.D. Johnson (16) [$450], 13. 17x-Jake Martens (12) [$425], 14. 116-Vance Wofford (19) [$400], 15. 0-Steven Richardson (10) [$400], 16. 11k-Tyler Knight (14) [$400], 17. 2b-Brett Becker (20) [$400], 18. 51r-Ross Essenburg (22) [$400], 19. 29n-Larry Neighbors (21) [$400], 20. 911-Ty Williams (17) [$400], 21. 45-Monty Ferriera (13) [$400], 22. 1x-Cody Lampe (18) [$400].

Lap Leaders: Jason Martin 1-9, Zach Blurton 10-22, Jason Martin 24-24, Jake Bubak 25-30.

Seventh Annual IMCA Sport Modified Mayhem North vs. South Duel Results

Friday Night:

Heat One (8 Laps): 1. 81-Troy Bynum, 2. 81x-James Lott, 3. 18-Kyle Wiens, 4. 9-Monty Nordyke, 5. 22-Micheal Pepper, 6. 64-Jimmy Brozek, 7. 28k-Ryan Kirchoff.

Heat Two (8 Laps): 1. 21b-Brandon Kenny, 2. 33r-Mike Roach, 3. 5r-Kaleb Roach, 4. 37-Bart Baker, 5. 8-Brian May, 6. 10-Alex Wiens, 7. 102-Freddie McCody.

Heat Three (8 Laps): 1. 56m-Mike Appel, 2. 92-Jeff Kaup, 3. 44-Mike Lunow, 4. L26-Luke Stallbaumer, 5. 9jr-Brendyn Nordyek, 6. 27g-Kamren Gruber, 7. 17-Ryan Keller.

Qualifying Event One (15 Laps – Top 3 Lock into Saturday’s 30-lap feature): 1. 81-Troy Bynum, 2. 92-Jeff Kaup, 3. 81x-James Lott, 4. 9jr-Brendyn Nordyke, 5. 56m-Mike Appel, 6. 64-Jimmy Brozek, 7. 8-Brian May, 8. 18-Kyle Wiens, 9. 102-Freddie McCoy, 10. 17-Ryan Keller, 11. 22-Michael Pepper.

Qualifying Event Two (15 Laps – Top 3 Lock into Saturday’s 30-lap feature): 1. 33r-Mike Roach, 2. 21b-Brandon Kenny, 3. L26-Luke Stallbaumer, 4. 44-Mike Lunow, 5. 37-Bart Baker, 6. 5r-Kaleb Roach, 7. 9-Monty Nordyke, 8. 10-Alex Wiens, 9. 27g-Kamren Gruber, 10. 28k-Ryan Kirchoff (DNS).

Saturday Night:

“B” Main One (10 Laps): 1. 102-Freddie McCoy, 2. 18-Kyle Wiens, 3. 9jr-Brendyn Nordyke, 4. 9-Monty Nordyke, 5. 28k-Ryan Kirchoff, 6. 56m-Mike Appel, 7. 17-Ryan Keller, 8. 64-Jimmy Brozek.

“B” Main Two (10 Laps): 1. 5r-Kaleb Roach, 2. 44-Mike Lunow, 3. 37-Bart Baker, 4. 27g-Kamren Gruber, 5. 10-Alex Wiens, 6. 67-Edwin Elliott, 7. 22-Michael Pepper, 8. 67-Edwin Elliott.

“A” Main (30 Laps): 1. 21b-Brandon Kenny (6), 2. 33r-Mike Roach (2), 3. 92-Jeff Kaup (3), 4. 44-Mike Lunow (10), 5. 9jr-Brendyn Nordyke (11), 6. 5r-Mike Roach (8), 7. 81-Troy Bynum (4), 8. 81x-James Lott (5), 9. 18-Kyle Wiens (9), 10. 9-Monty Nordyke (13), 11. 27g-Kamren Gruber (14), 12. 64-Jimmy Brozek (21), 13. 28k-Ryan Kirchoff (15), 14. 17-Ryan Keller (19), 15. 22-Michael Pepper (20), 16. L26-Luke Stallbaumer (1), 17. 10-Alex Wiens (16), 18. 8-Brian May (22), 19. 56m-Mike Appel (17), 20. 102-Freddie McCoy (7), 21. 67-Edwin Elliott (18), 22. 37-Bart Baker (12).

 

 

UMSS Traditional Sprint Cars

The Pirtek UMSS Traditional Sprint Cars brought a 27 car field to Cedar Lake Speedway tonight after several rain outs have kept them off the track since mid July. Heat race winners were Cam Schafer, Bryan Roach, and Mike Mueller. The 20 lap Pirtek UMSS feature race would start 26 cars after losing the 2J of John Lowe who flipped in the 3rd heat race. The 97 of Schafer would jump out to an early lead from inside the 2nd row, with DaRonco, Parsons and Caho giving chase. Brad Peterson who started in the 12th position was climbing through the field at a good clip making it into 4th but was not a match for Schafer who put it up on the cushion and set the cruise control leading all 20 laps from green to checkers.

RESULTS:

Heat 1: Schafer, Caho, Berger, Hanson, Peterson, Vogel, Widdes,Becker, Vadnais

Heat 2: Roach, DaRonco, Serabian, Brandt, Kouba, Kerzman, Kirchner, Cunningham,Vaillancourt

Heat 3: Mueller, Parsons, Lewerer, Stordahl, Hansen, Kouba, Stordahl, Lowe (DNF), Siem (DNS)

Pirtek UMSS Feature Results:

1 Cam Schafer 2 Nick DaRonco 3 Rob Caho Jr 4 Brad Peterson 5 Scott Brandt 6 Johnny Parsons III 7 Mike Mueller 9 Todd Hansen 10 Harry Hanson 11 Jon Lewerer 12 Jim Kouba 13 Denny Stordahl 14 Jake Kouba 15 Jeremy Kerzman 16 Brad Cunningham 17 Bryan Roach 18 Chris Vogel 19 Eric Serabian 20 DJ Vadnais 21 Eric Becker 22 Jeff Kirchner 23 Zach Widdes 24 Dennis Stordahl 25 John Vaillancourt (DNF) 26 Greg Siem (DNS) 27 John Lowe (DNS)

 

 

Wilmot Raceway

(Wilmot, Wis., Saturday, August 22, 2020)--Bill Balog of Hartford, nicknamed the "North Pole Nightmare" as he originally came from Alaska, scored his fourth Bumper to Bumper Interstates Racing Association (IRA) feature at Wilmot Raceway and eighth on the IRA 2020 series.
Balog overtook the lead from Howards Grove's Mike Reinke 8 laps into the 11th Annual 36-lap Roger Iles Tribute presented by Carriage Auto Body of Waukegan, IL. The victory marketed Balog's fifth in the Iles event, having won in 2013, 2016, 2017 and 2019. The win also secured Balog's first ever Wilmot Raceway 410 Outlaw Winged Sprint Car Regular Season Series Championship.
Reinke finished second. Blake Nimee of Oswego, IL was third.
Derek Crane of Waukegan, IL won his second Autometer/Brewington Electric Wisconsin Wingless Sprints feature of the season taking top honors in the 3rd Annual Bill Grogan Tribute. Crane held off heavy challenges from Trevor's Chris Dodd as the two got side by side several times in the closing laps. Dodd finished second with Shawn Swim of Zion, IL recording a career best third place.
C.J. Malueg of Johnsburg, IL captured his second IRA Lightning Sprints feature win in a row. Pleasant Prairie's Mike Neau was second. Slinger's Jeff Schmidt third.
John Kirk, Ion Stear and Nick Petska each flipped their machines in separate incidents, with none of the drivers injured.
Salem's Ryan Johnson, defending Bandit 4-Cylinder Stock Car champion, finally cracked the feature win column in 2020 taking top honors in the non-stop 20-lap main event. Johnson barely made it, however, as his left-rear tire went flat as he was coming into victory lane. Scott Ellis of Lake Villa, IL finished second. John Cole of McHenry, IL took third.
Johnson's win sets up a title defense battle with Cole leading the Bandits heading into their final season point championship scheduled on Saturday, August 29.
AutoMeter/Brewington Electric Wisconsin Wingless Sprints, Modifieds and Street Stocks are on the program as well.
Grandstands open at 5 p.m. with hot laps at 6 pm and racing to follow. Grandstand admission is $15.00 for ages 12 and over, with ages 11 & under admitted free.
For updates phone the trackside raceline 262-862-2090, check the track website wilmotraceway.com, or the official Wilmot Raceway Facebook Page.
Submitted by Michael H. Babicz(262-206-5465).

Non Wing Crate Sprints 36 Entries

A Feature 1 20 Laps | 00:17:49.854 | "PA" Bill Grogan Memorial 1. 19K-Derek Crane[1]; 2. 01-Chris Dodd[6]; 3. 12-Shawn Swim[2]; 4. 91-Jimmy Sivia[5]; 5. 7X-Ryan Marshall[8]; 6. 40-Tim Cox[4]; 7. 70-Chris Klemko[3]; 8. 38-Allen Hafford[9]; 9. 52-Craig Lager[7]; 10. 6B-Vince Bartolotta[10]; 11. 54-Scott Grissom[12]; 12. 1N8-Nathan Crane[15]; 13. 50-Rusty Egan[19]; 14. 29OG-Tom Eller[21]; 15. 7S-Scott Uttech[17]; 16. 22- Greg Alt[22]; 17. 00-Paul Shaffer[11]; 18. 4-Jordan Paulsen[23]; 19. 11M-Tommy Colburn[24]; 20. 29-Randy Stanford[20]; 21. 20-Natalie Klemko[18]; 22. 94-Jim Wehrman[14]; 23. 9-Dan Wade[13]; 24. 41-Dennis Spitz[16]

B Feature 1 15 Laps | 00:12:54.947 | TB Motorsports 1. 29OG-Tom Eller[3]; 2. 22-Greg Alt[2]; 3. 4-Jordan Paulsen[10]; 4. 11M-Tommy Colburn[8]; 5. 7-Steve Clott[4]; 6. 9X-Mike Sullivan[11]; 7. 39-William Huck[14]; 8. 22S-Brian Strane[1]; 9. 8-Daniel Walldan[15]; 10. 89-George Gaertner Jr[7]; 11. 17- Darren Ihrke[12]; 12. 99-Brandon Krumwiede[16]; 13. 5H-Patrick Haynes[6]; 14. 1HD-Zach Hansen[5]; 15. 99J-Seth Johnson[9]; 16. 4G-Daniel Graumenz[13]

Heat 1 8 Laps | 00:06:25.000 | Brewington Electric 1. 38-Allen Hafford[2]; 2. 54-Scott Grissom[1]; 3. 70-Chris Klemko[3]; 4. 01-Chris Dodd[4]; 5. 29-Randy Stanford[9]; 6. 7- Steve Clott[8]; 7. 89-George Gaertner Jr[7]; 8. 4-Jordan Paulsen[5]; 9. 39-William Huck[6]

Heat 2 8 Laps | 00:05:04.000 | MLS Auto 1. 91-Jimmy Sivia[4]; 2. 7X-Ryan Marshall[2]; 3. 12-Shawn Swim[3]; 4. 7S-Scott Uttech[6]; 5. 1N8-Nathan Crane[5]; 6. 1HD- Zach Hansen[8]; 7. 22-Greg Alt[1]; 8. 9X-Mike Sullivan[7]; 9. 8-Daniel Walldan[9]

Heat 3 8 Laps | 00:04:06.000 | M3 Custom Creations 1. 40-Tim Cox[4]; 2. 00-Paul Shaffer[2]; 3. 19K-Derek Crane[3]; 4. 9-Dan Wade[1]; 5. 20-Natalie Klemko[6]; 6. 29OG-Tom Eller[7]; 7. 99J-Seth Johnson[8]; 8. 17-Darren Ihrke[9]; 9. 4G-Daniel Graumenz[5]

Heat 4 8 Laps | 00:04:39.000 | CK Contractors 1. 52-Craig Lager[2]; 2. 6B-Vince Bartolotta[3]; 3. 50-Rusty Egan[6]; 4. 94-Jim Wehrman[1]; 5. 41-Dennis Spitz[5]; 6. 5H- Patrick Haynes[8]; 7. 11M-Tommy Colburn[7]; 8. 99-Brandon Krumwiede[9]; 9. 22S-Brian Strane[4]

Qualifying 1 | 00:09:36.000 | Goodwin Performance 1. 01-Chris Dodd, 00:15.241[12]; 2. 91-Jimmy Sivia, 00:15.408[20]; 3. 40-Tim Cox, 00:15.429[25]; 4. 22S-Brian Strane, 00:15.523[15]; 5. 70-Chris Klemko, 00:15.582[2]; 6. 12-Shawn Swim, 00:15.610[26]; 7. 19K-Derek Crane, 00:15.614[10]; 8. 6B-Vince Bartolotta, 00:15.630[14]; 9. 38-Allen Hafford, 00:15.632[16]; 10. 7X-Ryan Marshall, 00:15.672[13]; 11. 00-Paul Shaffer, 00:15.716[19]; 12. 52-Craig Lager, 00:15.730[1]; 13. 54-Scott Grissom, 00:15.735[7]; 14. 22-Greg Alt, 00:15.764[23]; 15. 9-Dan Wade, 00:15.784[27]; 16. 94-Jim Wehrman, 00:15.798[22]; 17. 4-Jordan Paulsen, 00:15.839[17]; 18. 1N8-Nathan Crane, 00:15.955[29]; 19. 4G-Daniel Graumenz, 00:15.958[24]; 20. 41-Dennis Spitz, 00:15.960[6]; 21. 39- William Huck, 00:16.013[18]; 22. 7S-Scott Uttech, 00:16.034[4]; 23. 20-Natalie Klemko, 00:16.053[34]; 24. 50-Rusty Egan, 00:16.058[11]; 25. 89-George Gaertner Jr, 00:16.066[31]; 26. 9X-Mike Sullivan, 00:16.072[21]; 27. 29OG-Tom Eller, 00:16.085[32]; 28. 11M-Tommy Colburn, 00:16.160[33]; 29. 7-Steve Clott, 00:16.173[3]; 30. 1HD-Zach Hansen, 00:16.174[9]; 31. 99J-Seth Johnson, 00:16.187[28]; 32. 5H-Patrick Haynes, 00:16.253[5]; 33. 29-Randy Stanford, 00:16.279[35]; 34. 8-Daniel Walldan, 00:16.529[30]; 35. 17-Darren Ihrke, 00:16.679[8]; 36. 99-Brandon Krumwiede, 00:17.148[36]

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410 Sprints - Winged 26 Entries

A Feature 1 36 Laps | 00:29:40.118 | Bumper to Bumper Auto Parts 1. 17B-Bill Balog[5]; 2. 10W-Mike Reinke[1]; 3. 79-Blake Nimee[6]; 4. 5J-Jeremy Schultz[7]; 5. 73-Jake Blackhurst[4]; 6. 65- Jordan Goldesberry[9]; 7. 2W-Scott Neitzel[12]; 8. 23-Russel Borland[11]; 9. 25-Danny Schlafer[15]; 10. 20R-Rob Pribnow[23]; 11. 4B-Scott Biertzer[13]; 12. 68-Dave Uttech[2]; 13. 19-Todd Daun[10]; 14. 43-Jereme Schroeder[16]; 15. 77- Wayne Modjeski[8]; 16. 14R-Sean Rayhall[14]; 17. 29-Hunter Custer[22]; 18. 2A-Austin Archdale[20]; 19. 4K-Kris Spitz[24]; 20. 0-John Fahl[19]; 21. 55-Austin Deblauw[17]; 22. 10V-Matt VandeVere[18]; 23. 73AF-Scotty Thiel[3]; 24. 70-Chris Klemko[25]; 25. (DNS) 5H-Patrick Haynes; 26. (DNS) 14-Jack Routson

Dash 1 4 Laps | 00:03:03.309 1. 10W-Mike Reinke[2]; 2. 73AF-Scotty Thiel[1]; 3. 17B-Bill Balog[4]; 4. 5J-Jeremy Schultz[5]; 5. 65-Jordan Goldesberry[3]

Dash 2 4 Laps | 00:02:08.121 1. 68-Dave Uttech[1]; 2. 73-Jake Blackhurst[2]; 3. 79-Blake Nimee[3]; 4. 77-Wayne Modjeski[5]; 5. 19-Todd Daun[4]

Heat 1 10 Laps | 00:04:53.000 | Hepfner Racing Products / Weld Wheels 1. 10W-Mike Reinke[4]; 2. 73AF-Scotty Thiel[1]; 3. 68-Dave Uttech[2]; 4. 19-Todd Daun[3]; 5. 25-Danny Schlafer[5]; 6. 43- Jereme Schroeder[6]; 7. 0-John Fahl[8]; 8. 4K-Kris Spitz[7]; 9. 70-Chris Klemko[9]

Heat 2 10 Laps | 00:04:49.000 | All Star Performance 1. 79-Blake Nimee[4]; 2. 65-Jordan Goldesberry[2]; 3. 5J-Jeremy Schultz[3]; 4. 4B-Scott Biertzer[8]; 5. 14R-Sean Rayhall[1]; 6. 55-Austin Deblauw[6]; 7. 14-Jack Routson[9]; 8. 29-Hunter Custer[5]; 9. 5H-Patrick Haynes[7]

Heat 3 10 Laps | 00:04:32.000 | R&H Enterprises 1. 17B-Bill Balog[3]; 2. 23-Russel Borland[1]; 3. 73-Jake Blackhurst[4]; 4. 2W-Scott Neitzel[5]; 5. 77-Wayne Modjeski[2]; 6. 10V-Matt VandeVere[7]; 7. 2A-Austin Archdale[8]; 8. 20R-Rob Pribnow[6]

Qualifying 1 | 00:16:33.000 | Osborn and Son Trucking 1. 10W-Mike Reinke, 00:13.304[24]; 2. 79-Blake Nimee, 00:13.385[2]; 3. 73-Jake Blackhurst, 00:13.515[18]; 4. 19-Todd Daun, 00:13.522[26]; 5. 5J-Jeremy Schultz, 00:13.533[4]; 6. 17B-Bill Balog, 00:13.608[13]; 7. 68-Dave Uttech, 00:13.644[14]; 8. 65-Jordan Goldesberry, 00:13.687[20]; 9. 77-Wayne Modjeski, 00:13.692[5]; 10. 73AF-Scotty Thiel, 00:13.718[11]; 11. 14R-Sean Rayhall, 00:13.735[7]; 12. 23-Russel Borland, 00:13.770[1]; 13. 25-Danny Schlafer, 00:13.783[19]; 14. 29-Hunter Custer, 00:13.793[15]; 15. 2W-Scott Neitzel, 00:13.810[17]; 16. 43-Jereme Schroeder, 00:13.907[3]; 17. 55-Austin Deblauw, 00:13.921[12]; 18. 20R-Rob Pribnow, 00:13.943[25]; 19. 4K-Kris Spitz, 00:13.969[22]; 20. 5H-Patrick Haynes, 00:13.997[21]; 21. 10V-Matt VandeVere, 00:14.008[10]; 22. 0-John Fahl, 00:14.048[8]; 23. 4B-Scott Biertzer, 00:14.070[9]; 24. 2A-Austin Archdale, 00:14.148[23]; 25. 70-Chris Klemko, 00:14.234[16]; 26. 14-Jack Routson, 00:15.326[6]

Hot Laps 1 | 00:05:15.000 1. 25-Danny Schlafer[19]; 2. 19-Todd Daun[26]; 3. 17B-Bill Balog[13]; 4. 10W-Mike Reinke[24]; 5. 68-Dave Uttech[14]; 6. 2W-Scott Neitzel[17]; 7. 2A-Austin Archdale[23]; 8. 73-Jake Blackhurst[18]; 9. 20R-Rob Pribnow[25]; 10. 73AF-Scotty Thiel[11]; 11. 10V-Matt VandeVere[10]; 12. 4K-Kris Spitz[22]; 13. 65-Jordan Goldesberry[20]; 14. 55-Austin Deblauw[12]; 15. 70-Chris Klemko[16]; 16. 5H-Patrick Haynes[21]; 17. 5J-Jeremy Schultz[4]; 18. 14R-Sean Rayhall[7]; 19. 23-Russel Borland[1]; 20. 29-Hunter Custer[15]; 21. 4B-Scott Biertzer[9]; 22. 79-Blake Nimee[2]; 23. 0-John Fahl[8]; 24. 77-Wayne Modjeski[5]; 25. 14-Jack Routson[6]; 26. 43-Jereme Schroeder[3]

 

 

 

Quinton Benson Shines with POWRi WAR at Central Missouri Speedway

Warrensburg, MO. (08/22/2020) Attacking the pristine quarter-mile racing surface of Central Missouri Speedway the POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprint League would battle for twenty-five circles around the Warrensburg Missouri facility in an amazing display of wheel-work put forth by all entrants. After the final flags waved Quinton Benson would grab the feature victory from an outside front-row starting spot and working his way through lap-traffic with precision.

With a great field of POWRi Lucas Oil Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League competitors signing into the event all vying for the top-spot, early racing action would see Wesley Smith, Tom Curran, and Quinton Benson all claiming heat race victories as Riley Kreisel posted the top practice time during hot-lap sessions with a 13.178-second lap-time.

As the twenty-five-lap feature event would roar to life off turn four, high-point qualifier award-winner Wesley Smith #12 and fellow heat-race winner Quinton Benson #31 would make up the front row. Drivers would fly into green flag racing with Smith gaining the early preferred line and running spot by grabbing the lead. Not to be denied Benson, would stay close swapping the lead several times in the early stages. With less than half the feature remaining Riley Kreisel #91 would take the point by using a spectacular three-wide maneuver and appear to be the class of the field. Leading the pack for several laps Kreisel would maintain the point until a miscue on the exit off turn four would send Riley into the front-stretch wall taking him from the competition. Wesley Smith would then pace the field back to green flag racing with eight laps remaining as a battle for nearly every position was waged.

Setting the stage for an amazing finish Smith and Benson would continue to swap the lead until a great run in turns one and two would see Quinton Benson earn the edge upfront. Riding the high-side momentum Benson would lead the remaining laps parking his McGarry Motorsports ride in victory lane. "I knew if I was going to get past Wesley, I had to make my move in the first couple of corners. I'm lucky, McGarry's put me into a fast ride here tonight, all credit goes to that team" a very celebratory Benson would state in the CMS victory lane. Wesley Smith would be in the mix up-front all-night finishing in the runner-up spot. Rookie of the year contender Tom Curran #11x would impress everyone with an outstanding run, claiming a heat race victory and rounding out the feature event's podium finishers.

KSE Racing Products Top Time: #91 Riley Kreisel - 13.178 Hinchman Racewear Heat Race 1 Winner: #12 Wesley Smith Bell Helmet Heat Race 2 Winner: #11x Tom Curran Schure Built Suspension Heat Race 3 Winner: #31 Quinton Benson AutoMeter High Point Qualifier Winner: #12 Wesley Smith Super Clean Hard Charger: #2C Zach Clark - 18th to 8th Lucas Oil Feature Winner: #31 Quinton Benson

Feature Results from Central Missouri Speedway with the POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprint League: (25 Laps) 1. 31-Quinton Benson[2]; 2. 12-Wesley Smith[1]; 3. 11X-Tom Curran[4]; 4. 16-Anthony Nicholson[9]; 5. 77-Jack Wagner[3]; 6. 48-Neal Matuska[12]; 7. 2K-Kyle Lewis[5]; 8. 2C-Zach Clark[18]; 9. 27-Steve Thomas[11]; 10. ST1-Lane Stone[13]; 11. 41-Brad Wyatt[16]; 12. 00-Broc Elliott[17]; 13. 4-Braydon Cromwell[14]; 14. 19-Bailey Elliott[15]; 15. 2-Jason Billups[10]; 16. (DNF) 91-Riley Kreisel[6]; 17. (DNF) 73-Samuel Wagner[8]; 18. (DNF) 11W-Wyatt Burks[7]; 19. (DNF) 90-Patrick Budde[20]; 20. (DNF) 52-Dean Bowers[21]; 21. (DNF) 77X-Wyatt Siegel[19]

Next up for the POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprint League is a two-day, two-state, swing with the "Border-WAR", Friday, August 28th at Tri-City Speedway and Saturday, August 30th at Valley Speedway. Competitors will be traveling along the I-70 corridor from Granite City, Illinois on Friday to Grain Valley Missouri on Saturday hoping to pocket the $500 bonus for any driver that can win both nights feature event.

Follow along for more information such as race recaps, updates, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, or on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing or on Facebook at POWRi. POWRi League rules, contingencies, forms, and payouts can be found under the info tab at the top of the POWRi website.

 

 

Jake Neuman Triumphs at Mighty Macon Speedway

Macon, IL. (08/22/2020) Advancing from the 2nd spot, outside of row one, Jake Neuman of New Berlin, IL. methodically marched his way through the field and into contention for the lead late on in the 30-lap main event at Macon Speedway. Sneaking by Cannon Mcintosh and Buddy Kofoid, Neuman to inherit the lead on lap 21 and held on to take his trip to victory lane.

The 30-lap main event would line up with Cannon McIntosh of Bixby, OK. and Jake Neuman on the front row. Mcintosh claimed the initial lead aboard his Keith Kunz Motorsports No. 71k, but his control was short-lived, as Buddy Kofoid made a wild four-wide move entering turn number 1 and slid underneath four cars to take over the second position on the second lap.

On the ensuing restart after an early caution, Kofoid took a look to the inside of McIntosh into turn one, but slight contact created a bobble and stacked the field back up. Checking out as the laps wound down, Kofoids lead only grew until a caution halfway through as Jake Neuman took over the second position. Neuman sits in the second position waiting to make his move and take over the lead. Neuman found for the lead and conquered on lap 21, as a caution comes out. The field stacked back up and set up a nail-biting 5 laps after the restart to decide it all. Nauman determined to break through for his first POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League victory this year, sticks to the top side and does just so.

Buddy Kofoid of Penngrove, CA. brought the Keith Kunz Motorsports No. 67 home with a second-place finish, while teammate Cannon McIntosh rounded off a podium finish in his No. 71k Keith Kunz Motorsports entry. Mitchell Davis finished in the fourth position and Zach Daum rounded out the top five.

"I thought they were going to wreck each other, they got together a little bit, so I just had to take advantage of it. This really helps with the championship and beating the KKM cars, they are the best there is." Winner Jake Neuman

"Towards the end I did some things to my line and passed cannon back, and honestly I think I was better than jake at the end." Buddy Kofoid finishing in the second position.

"We've been pretty good the last few nights, I tried everything. I thought I had myself in a good spot there at the end and I just let it slip away. I can't thank everything on this team enough." Cannon McIntosh finishing in the third position

The POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League will be back in action for the final night of SPEED Weekend at Jacksonville Speedway in Jacksonville, IL. Can't make it out to the track and don't want to miss any of the action on the racing program? Subscribe today at POWRi.TV to catch all of the action LIVE and ON-DEMAND.

Schoenfeld Headers Heat 1 Winner: 71K - CANNON MCINTOSH

AFCO Heat 2 Winner: 85 - JERRY COONS JR

Diversified Machine Inc. Heat 3 Winner: 21 - ZACH DAUM

Auto Meter Heat 4 Winner: 3N - JAKE NEUMAN

Super Clean High Point: 71K - CANNON MCINTOSH

Rod End Supply Semi-Feature 1: 72 - SAM JOHNSON

TRD Hard Charger: 56D - MITCHELL DAVIS

Lucas Oil Feature Winner: 3N - JAKE NEUMAN

POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League Feature Results (30 laps): 1. 3N - JAKE NEUMAN 2. 67 - BUDDY KOFOID 3. 71K - CANNON MCINTOSH 4. 56D - MITCHELL DAVIS 5. 21 - ZACH DAUM 6. 85 - JERRY COONS JR 7. 71 - KAYLEE BRYSON 8. 00 - TREY GROPP 9. 9 - DAISON PURSLEY 10. 77W - JOEY WIRTH 11. 35 - TYLER ROBBINS 12. 21K - EMILIO HOOVER 13. 15 - EMERSON AXSOM 14. 2H - LUKE HOWARD 15. 27 - AUSTIN WOOD 16. 72 - SAM JOHNSON 17. 11 - ANDY BISHOP 18. 3W - BRANDON WAELTI 19. 10C - DALTON CAMFIELD 20. 97A - AUSTIN O'DELL 21. 49 - JOE B MILLER 22. 08 - NOAH GASS 23. 50 - DANIEL ADLER 24. 28 - ACE MCCARTHY

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Henry continues Attica dominance, sweeps the weekend; Weaver earns 305 victory; Valenti scores truck win

Saturday, Aug. 22, 2020

ATTICA, Ohio – Cap Henry continued his dominance at Attica Raceway Park Saturday, lapping up to the fourth place car to earn his seventh 410 victory of the year and an extra $1,000 for sweeping the double-header weekend at “Ohio’s Finest Racing” speed plant on Foster’s Auto Body/Croghan Colonial Bank Night.

Henry, from Republic, Ohio, took the lead on lap 8 of the 30 lap affair and never looked back in the non-stop feature for the Callie’s Performance Products 410 Sprints. It was his 10th overall victory of 2020 and his 12 career win at Attica.

“With tonight not being a points night Zach (Meyers) and I kind of took a little bit of an effort to try some stuff we haven’t been able to….not really sure if it was better or not but we were good. It’s crazy to stand down here this much in a season. Zach and Jim and Brett and Tess and Dana and Patty and everyone involved…it takes a team effort to do this and I’m super grateful for what I have,” said Henry beside his Dragons Milk White, New Holland Spirits, Beer Barrel Bourbon, FK Rod Ends, Wings Unlimited, Kistler Engines, J&J Auto Racing, Linder Shocks, Simpson, Ballistic Designs, Big D’s Pizza, Lead Head Water Fowl, Geck Electric, Nemesis Designs backed #4

Fremont, Ohio’s Paul Weaver became the third leader of the 25 lap Fremont Fence 305 Sprints A-main on lap 20 and drove to his fourth feature win of the season at Attica. It was his 53rd career win in the division at the track.

“We struggled the last couple of weeks….we were a top five car. We just tightened it up a little more and going out second definitely helped as far as maneuvering around. You didn’t have to rely on the top which was fast with a clear track. I have to thank B&B Drain, Bob Hampshire and Dave Rice, M&L Excavating,” said Weaver.

Fostoria, Ohio’s Shawn Valenti held off several late race charges from Jim Holcomb to earn the dirt truck feature win. It was his 19th career win in the division at Attica as he sits atop the all-time victory list.

“I watched Jamie (Miller) in that 305 race and I thought man he’s going to do same thing in truck and be tough. A lot of guys want to count this truck out already but I think we’re going to be around awhile. I have to thank Adam Jones at A Plus Auto Center for the extra money tonight. He’s an awesome guy and a great backer on this truck,” said Valenti beside his Best Performance Motorsports, A Plus Auto Center, Craig Miller Trucking, KS Sales & Service, Gressman Powersports, Dave Story Equipment, Speedways Bar and Grill backed #7B.

“A couple of weeks ago I lost a dear friend who was a good fan. We lost him to cancer and I want to say this one is for you crazy Dave,” added Valenti.

Cale Conley and Henry brought the field to green for the 30-lap 410 A-main with Conley bolting into a commanding lead over Henry, Mitch Harble, John Ivy, Travis Philo and Chad Kemenah. With two laps in a tremendous battle ensued for third involving Harble, Philo and Ivy with Philo taking the position a lap later.

Henry started steadily eating away at Conley’s lead and on lap eight threw a slider at him for the top spot in turns three and four. Philo grabbed second from Conley on lap 11 with Harble, Ivy, Stuart Brubaker and Kemenah in pursuit.

Henry was simply too good and drove away for the win with Philo, Conley, Ivy and Brubaker rounding out the top five.

Jamie Miller and Steve Rando comprised the front row of the 25 lap 305 sprint A-main and when the green flew Miller gained the advantage of Kyle Peters, Matt Foos, Rando, Mike Keegan and Weaver. Following a caution on lap two, Miller began to pull away while Foos moved into second.

Following a caution on lap four, Miller again got an excellent restart but could not shake Foos with Peters locked in a battle for third with Rando and Weaver. The race ground to a halt on lap eight for a Kody Brewer flip and after he walked back to the pits the racing action resumed with Miller leading Foos while Weaver charged from fourth to third.

By lap 14 Weaver began to close on Miller and Foos. Foos was able to wrestle the lead away on lap 17 with Weaver taking second two circuits later. With five laps to go Weaver drove into the lead but Foos and Miller were glued to his rear bumper.

Once in the lead Weaver pulled away the remaining four laps for the win over Foos, Miller, Keegan and Seth Schneider.

Things heated up quickly at the drop of the green for the 15 lap dirt truck feature with Dustin Keegan holding a slight advantage over Steve Sabo, Andy Keegan, Kyle Lagrou, Paul Brown Junior and Valenti. Following a caution after a lap was scored, Keegan and Sabo battled side by side for the lead while Valenti worked his way to fourth by lap three.

Sabo took the lead on lap four with Keegan and Valenti making it a three-wide affair with Valenti taking the lead on lap six. Valenti could not shake the field as Sabo and a charging Jim Holcomb stayed within striking distance.

A caution with four laps to go put Holcomb and Sabo right on Valenti’s deck lid but Valenti blasted the high line and drove to the victory over Holcomb, Sabo, Jamie Miller and Austin Black.

It’s season championship night with double points on the line for the 410 and 305 sprints and late models on Kistler Racing Products/Jon Wright’s Custom Chrome Plating presents the Mark Keegan Classic Friday, Aug. 28

Keep tabs on the ongoing race schedule at www.atticaracewaypark.com or follow the track on Twitter @atticaracewyprk or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/atticaracewaypark and Instagram at attica_raceway_park. For those who can’t attend the races, DirtVision.com carries all the action on pay per view.

About Foster’s Auto Body

Foster Auto Body was first opened in March of 1956 at the present location, 2117 W. State St. Fremont , Ohio by Robert G Foster part time, while he worked at the Ford Motor Company in Sandusky. Late in 1956 he opened full time and ran the company for 17 years until Dec of 1972. He offered 24 hour towing, Rust Repair and Painting. Collision repair was his specialty and his motto was good work at a fair price. He sold the company to his son Ted Foster who worked for him since he was 13 years old with the same motto, Quality work at a fair price and Ted added with, good customer service. Today Ted’s son, Bobby Foster is co-owner and general manager of Foster Auto Body Inc. Foster’s repairs all American and foreign cars and trucks, any type of trailers, including RVs and motor homes. Foster’s also specializes in fiberglass and aluminum repair, motor cycle repair and custom painting. For more information go to www.fosterautobody.com

About Croghan Colonial Bank – www.croghan.com

At Croghan, we understand where you’re coming from. Literally. Because chances are, we were brought up with similar values like honesty, hard work, commitment to family. So we hope you consider the Croghan Colonial Bank more than just your neighbor. Think of us as friends. Better yet, as family. Croghan would love nothing more than to be here to listen, guide and help you for years to come. The Croghan Colonial Bank was founded in 1888 and opened what its headquarters on Croghan Street in downtown Fremont, Ohio in 1904 where the main branch is located to this day. Croghan Colonial Bank has grown throughout the years with branches located in communities throughout Northwest and North Central Ohio.

Attica Raceway Park

Saturday, Aug. 22, 2020

410 Sprints – Callie’s Performance Products

Qualifying

1.3C-Cale Conley, 13.126; 2.15K-Chad Kemenah, 13.250; 3.4-Cap Henry, 13.282; 4.5T-Travis Philo, 13.285; 5.77I-John Ivy, 13.328; 6.15-Mitch Harble, 13.404; 7.35-Stuart Brubaker, 13.447; 8.16-DJ Foos, 13.473; 9.2L-Landon LaLonde, 13.711; 10.45B-Trevor Baker, 13.998; 11.7T-Troy Vaccaro, 14.068; 12.83-Adam Cruea, 14.415;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 77I-John Ivy[3] ; 2. 5T-Travis Philo[4] ; 3. 16-DJ Foos[1] ; 4. 15-Mitch Harble[2] ; 5. 45B-Trevor Baker[5] ; 6. 83-Adam Cruea[6]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 4-Cap Henry[2] ; 2. 15K-Chad Kemenah[3] ; 3. 3C-Cale Conley[4] ; 4. 2L-Landon LaLonde[5] ; 5. 7T-Troy Vaccaro[6] ; 6. 35-Stuart Brubaker[1]

A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)

1. 4-Cap Henry[2] ; 2. 5T-Travis Philo[4] ; 3. 3C-Cale Conley[1] ; 4. 77I-John Ivy[5] ; 5. 35-Stuart Brubaker[12] ; 6. 15K-Chad Kemenah[6] ; 7. 2L-Landon LaLonde[8] ; 8. 45B-Trevor Baker[9] ; 9. 7T-Troy Vaccaro[10] ; 10. 15-Mitch Harble[3] ; 11. 83-Adam Cruea[11] ; 12. 16-DJ Foos[7]

Hard Charger: 35-Stuart Brubaker +7

305 Sprints – Fremont Fence

Heat 1 - (8 Laps)

1. 1W-Paul Weaver[2] ; 2. 97-Kyle Peters[4] ; 3. 5M-Mike Moore[1] ; 4. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[6] ; 5. 9-Logan Riehl[8] ; 6. Z10-Brandon Moore[5] ; 7. 28-Tad Peck[7] ; 8. 47-Matt Lucius[3]

Heat 2 - (8 Laps)

1. 36-Seth Schneider[1] ; 2. 26-Jamie Miller[3] ; 3. 5K-Kasey Jedrzejek[2] ; 4. 22-Justin Lusk[6] ; 5. 3X-Brandon Riehl[5] ; 6. X15-Kasey Ziebold[7] ; 7. 13-Jeremy Duposki[8] ; 8. 11W-Shawn Wolford[4]

Heat 3 - (8 Laps)

1. X-Mike Keegan[1] ; 2. 12-Kyle Capodice[5] ; 3. 19R-Steve Rando[3] ; 4. 1H-Zeth Sabo[2] ; 5. 51-Garrett Craine[6] ; 6. 75-Jerry Dahms[7] ; 7. 6-Jimmie Ward Jr[4]

Heat 4 - (8 Laps)

1. 11G-Luke Griffith[1] ; 2. 12F-Matt Foos[2] ; 3. 5-Kody Brewer[3] ; 4. 61-Tyler Shullick[5] ; 5. 5JR-Jim McGrath Jr.[6] ; 6. 3V-Chris Verda[7] ; 7. 77X-Jamin Kindred[4]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)

1. 9-Logan Riehl[1] ; 2. Z10-Brandon Moore[5] ; 3. 5JR-Jim McGrath Jr.[4] ; 4. 3V-Chris Verda[8] ; 5. 47-Matt Lucius[13] ; 6. 3X-Brandon Riehl[2] ; 7. X15-Kasey Ziebold[6] ; 8. 28-Tad Peck[9] ; 9. 75-Jerry Dahms[7] ; 10. 77X-Jamin Kindred[12] ; 11. 6-Jimmie Ward Jr[11] ; 12. 11W-Shawn Wolford[14] ; 13. 51-Garrett Craine[3] ; 14. 13-Jeremy Duposki[10]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 1W-Paul Weaver[5] ; 2. 12F-Matt Foos[4] ; 3. 26-Jamie Miller[1] ; 4. X-Mike Keegan[7] ; 5. 36-Seth Schneider[10] ; 6. 12-Kyle Capodice[12] ; 7. 19R-Steve Rando[2] ; 8. 1H-Zeth Sabo[15] ; 9. 5K-Kasey Jedrzejek[11] ; 10. 97-Kyle Peters[3] ; 11. Z10-Brandon Moore[18] ; 12. 61-Tyler Shullick[16] ; 13. 11G-Luke Griffith[9] ; 14. 9-Logan Riehl[17] ; 15. 5JR-Jim McGrath Jr.[19] ; 16. 47-Matt Lucius[21] ; 17. 3X-Brandon Riehl[22] ; 18. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[13] ; 19. 22-Justin Lusk[14] ; 20. 5M-Mike Moore[6] ; 21. 3V-Chris Verda[20] ; 22. 5-Kody Brewer[8]

Hard Charger: 1H-Zeth Sabo +7

Dirt Trucks -

Heat 1 - (8 Laps)

1. 911-Cory McCaughey[2] ; 2. 16-Jim Holcomb[4] ; 3. 78-Austin Black[5] ; 4. 5S-Brad Stuckey[3] ; 5. 27-Calob Crispen[1] ; 6. 75-Adam Dible[6] ; 7. 93B-Jrel Perry[7]

Heat 2 - (8 Laps)

1. 4M-Jamie Miller[4] ; 2. 7B-Shawn Valenti[5] ; 3. 8KB-Kent Brewer[7] ; 4. 26-Kyle Lagrou[6] ; 5. 11-Austin Gibson[2] ; 6. 1X-Patrick Pinkston[3] ; 7. 55-DJ Mestrey[1]

Heat 3 - (8 Laps)

1. 6-Steve Sabo[3] ; 2. 17X-Dustin Keegan[4] ; 3. P51-Paul Brown Jr[5] ; 4. 13-Andy Keegan[6] ; 5. 8S-Brandon Stuckey[1] ; 6. 14T-Cody Truman[2]

A-Main 1 - (15 Laps)

1. 7B-Shawn Valenti[8] ; 2. 16-Jim Holcomb[10] ; 3. 6-Steve Sabo[4] ; 4. 4M-Jamie Miller[7] ; 5. 78-Austin Black[12] ; 6. 911-Cory McCaughey[11] ; 7. 13-Andy Keegan[1] ; 8. P51-Paul Brown Jr[6] ; 9. 27-Calob Crispen[13] ; 10. 17X-Dustin Keegan[2] ; 11. 8S-Brandon Stuckey[15] ; 12. 14T-Cody Truman[18] ; 13. 11-Austin Gibson[14] ; 14. 93B-Jrel Perry[19] ; 15. 75-Adam Dible[16] ; 16. 1X-Patrick Pinkston[17] ; 17. 5S-Brad Stuckey[9] ; 18. 26-Kyle Lagrou[3] ; 19. 55-DJ Mestrey[20] ; 20. 8KB-Kent Brewer[5]

Hard Charger: 16-Jim Holcomb +8

 

 

Garrett Bard adds Clinton County Victory to His Resume

Mill Hall, PA – Garrett Bard of Wells Tannery parked his RaceSaver Sprint Car in victory lane Friday night at the Clinton County Speedway. It was Bard’s first career win in a full size sprint car at the 3/8th mile oval. Bard has previously visited victory lane in his 600 Micro Sprint and is ranked second on the all- time 600 Micro Sprint winners’ list. Other winners on Friday night included Robert Tressler of Lock Haven in the Pro Stocks, Mikey Smith of Scranton in the 600 Micro Sprints, Jeffrey Weaver of Lock Haven in the 270 Micro Sprints and Sterling Kepner of Muncy in the Four Cylinder division.

By luck of the draw, Bard started on the pole position along-side Cogan Station’s Matt Tebbs for the start of the 25 lap main event. Bard took the lead at the drop of the green flag over Tebbs, Tylor Cochran of Williamsport, Ian Cumens of Lyndell and Josh Beamer of Picture Rocks. The red flag came out on lap number three when Jeffrey Weaver of Lock Haven hit the front stretch wall. Following the restart, Bard began to distance himself from Tebbs and the rest of the field. Larry McVay of Bordentown, NJ who started ninth, moved into the top five by the completion of lap number six. Jared Zionkowski’s car brought out the caution of lap number 8 after suffering a flat tire. The restart bunched the field once again with Bard, Tebbs, Cochran, McVay and Cumens in the top five. While Bard tried to distance himself from the field, McVay used the opportunity to pass Cochran and moved into the runner up position at the race’s midway point. McVay started to reel in Bard as the field began to encounter lapped traffic. A three car incident involving Dale Schweikart, Matt Tebbs and Dylan Proctor brought out the race’s final caution of lap number 14. Bard restarted the race with McVay in second, Cumens, Cochran and Wapwallopen John Walp in the top five. Bard continued to lead every lap on his way to the victory over McVay, Cumens, Cochran and Walp. Bard, who is ranked second in the IMCA’s national points standing said “it is nice to finally get a win here at Clinton County. I knew McVay was right behind me and I was lucky to hold him off.” Sixth through tenth were Scott Lutz, Ryan Lynn, Beamer, Proctor and David Guss, Jr. Heat races were won by Weaver and Cochran.

Jason Smith of Williamsport started on the outside of the front row and jumped into the early lead of the Pro Stock feature event. Smith led until lap number five when Tim Shirk spun to bring out the caution flag. Third place starter, Robert Tressler used the restart to his advantage and passed Smith in turns one and two. At the halfway point, Tressler had a four car length’s lead, while Smith, Tommy Dawson, Ay Schilling and Noah Jensen were in a contested battled for the second through fifth positions. Tressler led the remaining laps to claim his second victory of the season over Smith, Dawson, Schilling and Jensen. Sixth through tenth were AJ Stroup, Mark Bitler, Corey Long, Bradley Benton, and Danny Jensen. Qualifiers were won by Smith and Schilling.

Timmy Bittner of Beech Creek and Derek Swartz lead the field of 600 Micro Sprints to the green flag. On lap number four the caution came out for a multi-car accident in turn number four. Following the restart, Mikey Smith led the field over Tyson Mowery, Johnny Smith, Garret Bard and Jeffrey Weaver. Smith continued began to encounter lapped traffic on lap number twelve. Smith navigated through the lapped cars to claim his first win of the season. Tyson Mowery finished second, Garret Bard was third, Mason Peters was fourth and Jeffrey Weaver finished fifth. Sixth through tenth were Johnny Smith, Jeff Gyuina, Mitchell Holden, Timmy Bittner and Corey Brungard. Heat races were won by Cody Hauck and Johnny Smith.

Nick Whitesel and Shaun Musser led the full field of 270 micro sprints to the green flag for their 15 lap main event. At the completion of lap number one, the red flag waved for Mackenzie Hixon who rolled onto her side. Following the restart, Jeffrey Weaver and Timmy Bittner raced to the front of the field to take the top two positions. Troy Whitesel, who started eighth was quickly catching the leaders, but drifted high on the back stretch and lost several positions as he regained control of his car. Bittner made several attempts to take the lead from Weaver. The leaders began to encounter lapped traffic by the half-way point of the race. On lap number ten, Weaver led Bittner, Logan Hammaker, Denny Rinehimer, and Troy Whitesel. Whitesel moved into the fourth position on lap number eleven. The event’s final caution flag waved on lap number 13 setting up a two lap dash to the finish. Weaver was able to hold off Bittner for the win, Whitesel rallied for a third place finish, with Rinehimer and Hammaker completing the top five. Sixth through tenth were Michael McGhee, Ethan Spotts, Zachery Glass, Wyatt Rotz and Hunter Zimmerman. Heat race winners were Rotz, Rinehimer and Whitesel.

Scott Englert led the opening lap of the 4 Cylinder feature event. Fourth place starter Kennedey Courter passed Englert to lead lap two, with Englert reclaiming the lead on the third circuit. Ninth place starter, Sterling Kepner worked this way up through the field and passed Englert at the conclusion of lap number five. The leaders began to encounter lapped traffic on lap number seven. Tyler Watson began to pressure Kepner for the top spot in the final laps with Englert, Chris Orwig and Blake Snyder racing in the top five. The top two raced side by side as the white flag waved. Kepner held off Watson for this second win of the season. Englert, Snyder and Orwig completed the top five. Sixth through tenth were Michael Luther, Skylar Witchley, Chelsie Harris AJ Stephens and Kevin Stetchock. Heat races were won by Maddox Smith and Blake Snyder.

The Clinton County Speedway will host the 3rd annual Lenny Stroud Jr Memorial Races on Friday August 21st. The race will feature the Limited Late Models in a $1,200 to win event. An additional $100 bonus will be paid to the winners in the Pro Stocks, 270s, 600s, and 4 Cylinders. Gates will open at 5:15, Hot laps are at 7PM and Racing begins at 7:30PM For more information about the speedway and upcoming events, visit the speedway website at www.clintoncountyspeedway.com or follow the speedway on Facebook.

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Sprint Cars: 1. Garrett Bard 2. Larry McVay 3. Ian Cumens 4. Tylor Cochran 5. John Walp 6. Scott Lutz 7. Ryan Lynn 8. Josh Beamer 9. Dylan Proctor 10. Dave Guss, Jr 11. Reed Thompson 12. Mike Murphy 13. Matt Tebbs 14. Dale Schweikart 15. Robbie Bartchy 16. Jared Zionkowski 17. Jeffery Weaver 18. Jim Kennedy DNS: Josh Fox, Dakota Schweikart

Pro Stocks: 1. Robert Tressler 2. Jason Smith 3. Tommy Dawson 4. AY Schilling 5. Noah Jensen 6. AJ Stroup 7. Marc Bitler 8. Cory Long 9. Bradly Benton 10. Danny Jensen 11. Rich Fey 12. Todd Geyer Sr. 13. Kevin VanAmburg 14. Rooster Peters 15. Tim Shirk

600 Micro Sprints: 1. Mikey Smith 2. Tyson Mowery 3. Garrett Bard 4. Mason Peters 5. Jeffrey Weaver 6. Johnny Smith 7. Jeff Gyuina 8. Mitchell Holden 9. Timmy Bittner 10. Corey Brungard 11. James Layton 12. Eric Leonard 13. Dan Tripoli 14. Derek Swartz 15. Trevor Teats 16. Brock Puterbaugh 17. Alan Rhodes 18. Cordy Hauck DNS Jay Corder

270 Micro Sprints: 1. Jeffrey Weaver 2. Timmy Bittner 3. Troy Whitesel 4. Logan Hammaker 5. Denny Rinehimer 6. Michal McGhee 7. Ethan Spotts 8. Zachary Glass 9. Wyatt Rotz 10. Hunter Zimmerman 11. Doug Reinhard 12. Mitchell Holden 13. Shaun Musser 14. John Roberts 15. Buddy Kramer 16. James Bigler 17. Levi Brungard 18. Mackenzie Hixon 19. Preston Bierly 20. Kyle Stahl 21. Mathew Dixon DNS: Gary Keister, Nick Whitesel, Kyler Stahl

4-Cylinders: 1. Sterling Kepner 2. Tyler Watson 3. Scott Englert 4. Blake Snyder 5. Chris Orwig 6. Michael Luther 7. Skylar Witchley 8. Chelsie Harris 9. AJ Stephens 10. Kevin Stetchock 11. Shaun Wise 12. Jonathon Stringfellow 13. Brett Shirk 14. Kennedey Courter 15. Kyle Strouse 16. Eric Miller 17. Jimmy Delozier 18. John Baey DQ: Maddox Smith DNS: Michael Barnes, Bryan Strouse

 

 

Zach Blurton Claims Second Preliminary Night of Sprint Car Nationals at Dodge City Raceway Park with United Rebel Sprint Series

DODGE CITY, Kansas (August 21, 2020) – Forty cars entered into competition on Friday night for the second preliminary night of the Fourth Annual Sprint Car Nationals at Dodge City Raceway Park with the United Rebel Sprint Series. Lucas Oil POWRi United Rebel Sprint Series Presented by Mel Hambelton Ford Racing point leader, Zach Blurton, claimed the victory when apparent winner, John Carney II, was disqualified during post-race inspections.

It was Carney and Blake Scott setting the pace for the 25-lap feature event on Friday night. Scott took off with the early lead, but by the second time around the track Carney had advanced to the lead. Scott would battle to keep the second position, dueling with Zach Blurton and Chase Randall.

Thursday night’s preliminary feature winner, Jake Bubak, worked his way through the field from a 10th place starting position. A restart on lap 15 saw Blurton rocket past Bubak, Randall, and Scott.

Blurton would claim Friday’s preliminary feature win after a disqualification of the original winner, locking him into Saturday’s finale Hambelton Racing Dash for Cash. Arvada, Colorado’s Jake Bubak claimed second, and Chase Randall third. Jason Martin battled through the field after transferring from the second B-Feature and starting 18th to finish fourth, while Blake Scott rounded out the top-five.

United Rebel Sprint Series drivers, Taylor Velasquez, Jordan Knight, and Steven Richardson finished sixth through eighth. Jake Martens and Vance Wofford would complete the top-ten finishers in Friday’s preliminary feature event.

The top six in combined points from Thursday and Friday’s preliminary events sees all regulars with the United Rebel Sprint Series. Jake Bubak leads the combined points for Saturday’s finale Dash for Cash. Blurton follows behind by 16.5 points, while Jason Martin, Taylor Velasquez, Jordan Knight, and Jeremy Huish found themselves also locked into the Dash for Cash, setting the first three rows of the $3,000-to-win feature event on Saturday.

United Rebel Sprint Series

Dodge City Raceway Park – Dodge City, Kansas

Sprint Car Nationals

Heat One (8 Laps): 1) Blake Scott, 2) Jake Bubak, 3) Ray Seemann, 4) Chris Douglas, 5) Luke Cranston, 6) Larry Neighbors, 7) Lorne Wofford, 8) Chad Salem

Heat Two (8 Laps): 1) Cody Lampe, 2) Kris Moore, 3) John Carney II, 4) Jason Martin, 5) Lance Davis, 6) Kaden Taylor, 7) Jody Reeves, 8) Cody Hill

Heat Three (8 Laps): 1) Tyler Knight, 2) Jordan Knight, 3) Zach Blurton, 4) David Luckie, 5) Brett Becker, 6) J.D. Johnson, 7) Brandon Howle, 8) Brandon Sprott

Heat Four (8 Laps): 1) Taylor Velasquez, 2) Ross Essenburg, 3) Brian Herbert, 4) Howard Van Dyke, 5) Vance Wofford, 6) Ty Williams, 7) Preston Peebles II, 8) Brandon Hickman

Heat Five (8 Laps): 1) Chase Randall, 2) Jeremy Huish, 3) Koby Walters, 4) Jake Martens, 5) Monty Ferriera, 6) Steven Richardson, 7) Kohl Ricke, 8) Kyler Johnson

B-Feature One (12 Laps): 1) Ray Seemann, 2) Chris Douglas, 3) Steven Richardson, 4) Larry Neighbors, 5) Luke Cranston, 6) Preston Peebles II, 7) Ty Williams, 8) Lance Davis, 9) Kyler Johnson, 10) Brandon Howle, 11) Jody Reeves, 12) Brandon Sprott

B-Feature Two (12 Laps): 1) Jason Martin, 2) David Luckie, 3) Monty Ferriera, 4) J.D. Johnson, 5) Lorne Wofford, 6) Brett Becker, 7) Howard Van Dyke, 8) Kohl Ricke, 9) Chad Salem, 10) Brandon Hickman, 11) Kaden Taylor, 12) Cody Hill

A-Feature (25 Laps): 1) Zach Blurton, 2) Jake Bubak, 3) Chase Randall, 4) Jason Martin, 5) Blake Scott, 6) Taylor Velasquez, 7) Jordan Knight, 8) Steven Richardson, 9) Jake Martens, 10) Vance Wofford, 11) Cody Lampe, 12) Ross Essenburg, 13) Ray Seemann, 14) Chris Douglas, 15) David Luckie, 16) Tyler Knight, 17) Brian Herbert, 18) Kris Moore, 19) Jeremy Huish, 20) Koby Walters, 21) Monty Ferriera, 22) John Carney II (DQ)

 

 

Burks Takes USAC Win, Snyder Conquers SSN, Fuqua, Nichols and Barnes also Winners

By: Jacob Blair

OSBORN, Mo. – A strong field of cars in all divisions checked in to race on a perfect weather night at US 36 Raceway. With two series of sprint cars on the card, the fans had plenty of on track action, and the racing exceeding expectations.

The USAC Midwest Wingless Racing Association put on a stellar show throughout the 23-car field. Wesley Smith took the point early in the race and would hold the lead for a good portion of the event. With only one caution slowing the race two laps in, it was clear lapped traffic would play a role in deciding the final outcome.

Wyatt Burks made his move to the front late in the race as he chose the right lane in traffic and snuck away to make the trip to Westfall GMC Victory Lane. Cody Baker followed Burks through to finish second. Smith settled for third, holding off the hard charging Don Droud Jr., who finished fourth after starting 11th. Riley Kreisel completed the top five, finishing fifth.

The Sprint Series of Nebraska put on a fantastic show, as Toby Chapman, Jason Danley and Stuart Snyder would battle it out for the win. After two early cautions, the majority of the race went green. Chapman led early and looked to have the field covered, however Danley and Snyder kept him within a few car lengths.

With the long green flag run to the end, Chapman entered heavy lapped traffic. Making the correct lane choice in traffic proved pivotal as Snyder used it not only to move around Danley for second, but would also make the right decision in traffic to take the lead. Snyder led the remaining laps to earn the win. Chapman finished second with Danley in third. Tyler Drueke and Kenny Potter completed the top five.

The IMCA Modifieds took a couple tries to get going, but once they got in a rhythm, Shayne Bailey found himself pacing the field. While Bailey led, both Steven Bowers Jr. and Chad Andersen, Andersen leading by eight points in the championship battle, began their charge through the field.

Bailey worked the low side, with Bowers up high and Anderson lurking in third. At about the halfway point, Bowers began challenging for the lead. Meanwhile, Darren Fuqua, making his first start at US 36 this season, methodically had worked to the fourth position. Bowers, after running side-by-side with Bailey for two laps, took the lead right before the final caution of the race flew. On the restart, Fuqua moved to second and began his challenge on Bowers. As Fuqua reached Bowers quarter panel, mechanically failure put Bowers to the infield and Fuqua found victory lane. Bailey finished second and Andersen third. Mark Schafman moved up 15 positions to finish fourth, while Dustin Campbell charged from 18th to finish fifth.

The IMCA Stock Cars went clean and green, which didn’t stop Mike Nichols from storming through the field from a 12th place starting position, to pick up the win. He battled for several laps with early race leader Brad Whitney, before Whitney pulled pit side with an issue. Steve Starmer quietly moved up five spots to finish second. Blake Peeler also went plus five to finish third. Brad Labonte and Brad Derry completed the top five.

At the end of the night, the Stock Cars also ran the special Shocker Chassis Six Pack Shootout. Six drivers voted into the bracket style event by the fans, Mich Ross, JJ Baumli, Anthony Whitham, Brad Derry, Carson Masoner and Blake Peeler, put on quite the show to conclude the night. The double elimination format saw drivers have multiple opportunities to find their way into the championship battle. Baumli never saw the consolation side of the bracket and picked up the special event win, beating Mich Ross in the final race.

The Pure Stocks also never saw the yellow flag, which forced some drivers starting further back to make decisive moves. Nate Barnes would do so, passing seven cars to earn his second win of 2020. Tyler Starmer led briefly from his sixth starting position late in the race, before Barnes moved by. Starmer finished second, with DJ Barnes third, Anthony Persell fourth and Brandon Hoover fifth.

Up next at US 36 is a visit from the World of Outlaws Sprint Cars on Saturday, August 29. The E-Modifieds will also be racing in a non-points event. Information and tickets for the race is available at https://worldofoutlaws.com/schedule/event-info/?event=229726.

US 36 Raceway Results 8-21-2020

USAC Midwest Wingless Racing Association A Feature 1. 11W-Wyatt Burks[6]; 2. 38-Cody Baker[4]; 3. 12-Wesley Smith[2]; 4. 1M-Don Droud Jr[11]; 5. 91-Riley Kreisel[3]; 6. 31-Quinton Benson[5]; 7. 16-Anthony Nicholson[7]; 8. 9-Chad Goff[12]; 9. 65-Chris Parkinson[9]; 10. 89-Todd McVay[8]; 11. 11X-Tom Curran[20]; 12. 69-Zach Sanders[14]; 13. 41-Brad Wyatt[16]; 14. 2-Kyle Lewis[13]; 15. 88-Chad Tye[21]; 16. 4-Braydon Cromwell[10]; 17. 37-Brian Beebe[1]; 18. 15E-Dakota Earls[18]; 19. 2C-Zach Clark[15]; 20. 5-Chuck Alexander[23]; 21. 82-Christie Thomason[19]; 22. 33L-Mark Lane[22]; 23. (DNF) 21C-Chris Desselle[17]

Heat 1 1. 38-Cody Baker[1]; 2. 12-Wesley Smith[3]; 3. 89-Todd McVay[2]; 4. 2-Kyle Lewis[4]; 5. 41-Brad Wyatt[5]; 6. 21C-Chris Desselle[6]; 7. 82-Christie Thomason[7]; 8. 33L-Mark Lane[8]

Heat 2 1. 11W-Wyatt Burks[2]; 2. 31-Quinton Benson[4]; 3. 4-Braydon Cromwell[1]; 4. 69-Zach Sanders[3]; 5. 1M-Don Droud Jr[7]; 6. 2C-Zach Clark[8]; 7. 11X-Tom Curran[6]; 8. 5-Chuck Alexander[5]

Heat 3 1. 91-Riley Kreisel[1]; 2. 37-Brian Beebe[2]; 3. 16-Anthony Nicholson[3]; 4. 65-Chris Parkinson[5]; 5. 9-Chad Goff[7]; 6. 15E-Dakota Earls[4]; 7. 88-Chad Tye[6]

IMCA Sprint Cars A Feature 1. 5-Stuart Snyder[7]; 2. 7-Toby Chapman[2]; 3. 4X-Jason Danley[4]; 4. 12-Tyler Drueke[10]; 5. 55-Kenny Potter[8]; 6. 76-Jay Russell[9]; 7. 51-Alan Cunningham[1]; 8. 92J-JR Topper[12]; 9. 02-Mitchell Dvorak[6]; 10. 38-Austin Couch[5]; 11. (DNF) 43-Jake Greenwood[14]; 12. (DNF) 36-Chris Couch[3]; 13. (DNS) 73-Vince Franks; 14. (DNS) 4L-Mike Houseman Jr

Heat 1 1. 12-Tyler Drueke[2]; 2. 5-Stuart Snyder[3]; 3. 51-Alan Cunningham[1]; 4. 38-Austin Couch[6]; 5. 36-Chris Couch[7]; 6. (DNF) 4L-Mike Houseman Jr[5]; 7. (DNF) 73-Vince Franks[4]

Heat 2 1. 4X-Jason Danley[1]; 2. 55-Kenny Potter[2]; 3. 7-Toby Chapman[4]; 4. 76-Jay Russell[6]; 5. 02-Mitchell Dvorak[3]; 6. 92J-JR Topper[7]; 7. 43-Jake Greenwood[5]

 

 

Blurton Banks Lubbock Wrecker Service DCRP Sprint Car Nationals Friday Night Loot

Lonnie Wheatley, DODGE CITY, Kan. (August 22, 2020) – The Jake Bubak run of domination at Dodge City Raceway Park’s Lubbock Wrecker Service DCRP Sprint Car Nationals finally came to a halt on Friday night.

But not by much, and not even by who it may have appeared to have been.

Quinter’s Zach Blurton was awarded the win in Friday night’s 25-lap preliminary feature at the Fourth Annual Lubbock Wrecker Service DCRP Sprint Car Nationals after the mount of apparent winner John Carney II failed to pass post-race technical inspection.

It puts Blurton in position to potentially become the first Kansas racer to win the event after previous winners have hailed from Texas, Oklahoma and Colorado.

Blurton earned a position in Saturday night’s Hambelton Racing Pole Dash that will set the first three rows of the 30-lap, $3,000-to-win finale along with Thursday night winner Bubak, Jason Martin, Taylor Velasquez, Jordan Knight and Jeremy Huish.

While Blurton took Sprint Car honors, Troy Bynum and Mike Roach led the way in the Seventh Annual IMCA Sport Modified Mayhem North vs. South Duel qualifying races.

With Bubak riding a wave of four consecutive DCRP Nationals feature wins including a sweep of last year’s three nights of competition and then Thursday night’s preliminary win, Bubak had to race from the 10th starting position of Friday night’s feature event as Oklahoma’s Blake Scott led the opening circuit from the front row outside.

Carney II raced into the lead entering turn one on the second round and led the rest of the way, but all for naught.

The battle behind him was intense and proved critical with Scott fending off Blurton and Chase Randall in the early rounds as Bubak made his way into the top five by the fifth round.

With Scott still leading what proved to be the lead battle through traffic, Randall raced past Blurton on the seventh lap and then Bubak demoted Blurton by another position on the 14th round, just a lap before a caution came for Kris Moore’s slowing mount.

Blurton’s machine came to life on the lap 15 restart, disposing of Bubak, Randall and then Scott in the next two circuits before checking out on the scrum for position aboard the Myers-powered J&K Trucking No. 11 Maxim en route to a DCRP feature win for a fourth consecutive year.

With Scott, Randall, Bubak and the surging Jason Martin swapping positions repeatedly over the closing rounds, Bubak picked up runner-up honors in the Coyote Candle No. 11 with Waco, TX, young gun Randall filling out the podium in third.

After decimating the field in the second “B” Main, Martin sliced through the field from 18th to capture fourth in the Myers-powered Trucks Plus/Speedway Motors No. 5x EMI with Blake Scott rounding out the top five.

Taylor Velasquez was sixth in the final rundown with Jordan Knight in seventh as Steven Richardson nearly matched Martin’s rally through the field with a charge from 21st to eighth.  Jake Martens was ninth with Vance Wofford completing the top ten.

Blake Scott, Cody Lampe, Tyler Knight, Taylor Velasquez and Chase Randall topped heat race action for the 40-car field with Ray Seemann and Jason Martin victorious in the 12-lap “B” Mains.

Aside from Moore’s car slowing past the midway point, the caution flew only other time in the feature when Monty Ferriera’s race ended before it got started when he got into the turn three wall and finally stopped in turn four with race-ending damage.

Heat two was marred by a grinding crash in the night’s second heat in which Jody Reeves and Cody Hill flipped along the front straightaway and into turn one.  Hill was transported for observation and later released while Reeves walked away from the wreckage unharmed.

Troy Bynum and Mike Roach split victory honors in the opening portion of the Seventh Annual IMCA Sport Modified Mayhem North vs. South Duel by topping the 15-lap Qualifying Races.

Bynum led all the way in the first one to take the win ahead of Jeff Kaup with James Lott fending off Brendyn Nordyke for the third and final lock-in to tomorrow’s $1,500-to-win, 30-lap feature event with Roach racing to the stripe in the second qualifier ahead of Brandon Kenny and Luke Stallbaumer.

The Fourth Annual Lubbock Wrecker Service DCRP 305 Sprint Car Nationals and Seventh Annual IMCA Sport Modified Mayhem North vs. South Duel wraps up with Saturday’s championship slate of events that gets under way at 7:30 p.m.  The Kansas Antique Racers will be in action again as well.

Dodge City Raceway Park

August 21, 2020 Results:

Fourth Annual Lubbock Wrecker Service DCRP 305 Sprint Car Nationals

Hambelton Racing DCRP Sprint Cars vs. United Rebel Sprint Series (URSS):

Heat One (8 Laps):  1. 29s-Blake Scott, 2. 74b-Jake Bubak, 3. 72-Ray Seemann, 4. 56-Chris Douglas, 5. 49x-Luke Cranston, 6. 29n-Larry Neighbors, 7. 18w-Lorne Wofford, 8. 17s-Chad Salem (DNS).

Heat Two (8 Laps):  1. 1x-Cody Lampe, 2. 49-Kris Moore, 3. 11x-John Carney II, 4. 5x-Jason Martin, 5. 9d-Lance Davis, 6. 6-Kaden Taylor, 7. 21-Jody Reeves, 8. 87c-Cody Hill.

Heat Three (8 Laps):  1. 11k-Tyler Knight, 2. 10-Jordan Knight, 3. 11-Zach Blurton, 4. 45d-David Luckie, 5. 2b-Brett Becker, 6. 98-J.D. Johnson, 7. 12-Brandon Howle, 8. 18-Brandon Sprott (DNS).

Heat Four (8 Laps):  1. 21x-Taylor Velasquez, 2. 51r-Ross Essenburg, 3. 97-Brian Herbert, 4. 74v-Howard Van Dyke, 5. 116-Vance Wofford, 6. 911-Ty Williams, 7. 11p-Preston Peebles II, 8. 30-Brandon Hickman.

Heat Five (8 Laps):  1. 9-Chase Randall, 2. 88J-Jeremy Huish, 3. 33-Koby Walters, 4. 17x-Jake Martens, 5. 45-Monty Ferreira, 6. 0-Steven Richardson, 7. 65-Kohl Ricke, 8. 45x-Kyler Johnson.

First “B” Main (12 Laps):  1. 72-Ray Seemann, 2. 56-Chris Douglas, 3. 0-Steven Richardson, 4. 29n-Larry Neighbors, 5. 49x-Luke Cranston, 6. 11p-Preston Peebles II, 7. 911-Ty Williams, 8. 9d-Lance Davis, 9. 45x-Kyler Johnson, 10. 12-Brandon Howle (DNS), 11. 21-Jody Reeves (DNS), 12. 18-Brandon Sprott (DNS).

Second “B” Main (12 Laps):  1. 5x-Jason Martin, 2. 45d-David Luckie, 3. 45-Monty Ferreira, 4. 98-J.D. Johnson, 5. 18w-Lorne Wofford, 6. 2b-Brett Becker, 7. 74v-Howard Van Dyke, 8. 65-Kohl Ricke, 9. 17s-Chad Salem, 10. 30-Brandon Hickman, 11. 6-Kaden Taylor, 12. 87c-Cody Hill (DNS).

“A” Main (25 Laps):  1. 11-Zach Blurton (3), 2. 74b-Jake Bubak (10), 3. 9-Chase Randall, 4. 5x-Jason Martin (18), 5. 29s-Blake Scott (2), 6. 21x-Taylor Velasquez (6), 7. 10-Jordan Knight (12), 8. 0-Steven Richardson (21), 9. 17x-Jake Martens (11), 10. 116-Vance Wofford (14), 11. 1x-Cody Lampe (7), 12. 51r-Ross Essenburg (5), 13. 72-Ray Seemann (17), 14. 56-Chris Douglas (19), 15. 45d-David Luckie (20), 16. 11k-Tyler Knight (9), 17. 97-Brian Herbert (15), 18. 49-Kris Moore (8), 19. 88J-Jeremy Huish (13), 20. 33-Koby Walters (16), 21. 45-Monty Ferreria (24).  Disqualified: 11x-John Carney II (Failed to pass post-race technical inspection).

 

Lap Leaders:  Blake Scott 1, John Carney II 2-25.

 

Seventh Annual IMCA Sport Modified Mayhem North vs. South Duel Night One Results

Heat One (8 Laps):  1. 81-Troy Bynum, 2. 81x-James Lott, 3. 18-Kyle Wiens, 4. 9-Monty Nordyke, 5. 22-Micheal Pepper, 6. 64-Jimmy Brozek, 7. 28k-Ryan Kirchoff.

Heat Two (8 Laps):  1. 21b-Brandon Kenny, 2. 33r-Mike Roach, 3. 5r-Kaleb Roach, 4. 37-Bart Baker, 5. 8-Brian May, 6. 10-Alex Wiens, 7. 102-Freddie McCody.

Heat Three (8 Laps):  1. 56m-Mike Appel, 2. 92-Jeff Kaup, 3. 44-Mike Lunow, 4. L26-Luke Stallbaumer, 5. 9jr-Brendyn Nordyek, 6. 27g-Kamren Gruber, 7. 17-Ryan Keller.

Qualifying Event One (15 Laps – Top 3 Lock into Saturday’s 30-lap fature):  1. 81-Troy Bynum, 2. 92-Jeff Kaup, 3. 81x-James Lott, 4. 9jr-Brendyn Nordyke, 5. 56m-Mike Appel, 6. 64-Jimmy Brozek, 7. 8-Brian May, 8. 18-Kyle Wiens, 9. 102-Freddie McCoy, 10. 17-Ryan Keller, 11. 22-Michael Pepper.

Qualifying Event Two (15 Laps – Top 3 Lock into Saturday’s 30-lap fature):  1. 33r-Mike Roach, 2. 21b-Brandon Kenny, 3. L26-Luke Stallbaumer, 4. 44-Mike Lunow, 5. 37-Bart Baker, 6. 5r-Kaleb Roach, 7. 9-Monty Nordyke, 8. 10-Alex Wiens, 9. 27g-Kamren Gruber, 10. 28k-Ryan Kirchoff (DNS).

 

 

Fourth Annual Lubbock Wrecker Service DCRP 305 Sprint Car Nationals Points through Night Two (Top 6 in combined points from Thursday and Friday lock into Saturday’s Hambelton Racing Dash for Cash – Balance to Saturday heat’s with invert of six in each heat):

Rank

##

Name

Thursday

Friday


 

Total

1

74b

Jake Bubak (Arvada, CO)

120.5

113.5


 

234.0

2

11

Zach Blurton

100.0

117.5


 

217.5

3

5x

Jason Martin (Lincoln, NE)

102.5

102.5


 

205.0

4

21x

Taylor Velasquez (Turpin, OK)

100.4

102.5


 

202.9

5

10

Jordan Knight (Wright, KS)

96.0

97.0


 

193.0

6

88J

Jeremy Huish (Jetmore, KS)

111.5

69.7


 

181.2

7

9

Chase Randall

65.7

111.5


 

177.2

8

29s

Blake Scott (Pauls Valley, OK)

67.0

105.0


 

172.0

9

0

Steven Richardson (Liberal, KS)

84.0

87.0


 

171.0

10

17x

Jake Martens (Fairview, OK)

78.5

88.5


 

167.0

11

11k

Tyler Knight (Spearville, KS)

88.0

78.0


 

166.0

12

1x

Cody Lampe (Jetmore, KS)

73.0

88.5


 

161.5

13

72

Raymond Seemann (Jetmore, KS)

80.5

79.7


 

160.2

14

45

Monty Ferriera (Lincoln, NE)

95.0

60.5


 

155.5

15

45d

David Luckie

78.0

73.7


 

151.7

16

49x

Luke Cranston (Garden City, KS)

93.0

54.0


 

147.0

17

56

Chris Douglas (Amarillo, TX)

67.4

76.0


 

143.4

18

33

Koby Walters

64.0

66.0


 

130.0

19

98

J.D. Johnson (Wichita, KS)

74.5

54.5


 

129.0

20

49

Kris Moore (Dodge City, KS)

53.0

73.0


 

126.0

21

116

Vance Wofford

41.7

83.5


 

125.2

22

51r

Ross Essenburg (Garden City, KS)

39.7

85.0


 

124.7

23

65

Kohl Ricke (Dodge City, KS)

73.7

43.1


 

116.8

24

11x

John Carney II (El Paso, TX)

115.0

0.0


 

115.0

25

97

Brian Herbert (Kinsley, KS)

41.7

72.0


 

113.7

26

2b

Brett Becker (Odessa, TX)

54.0

51.7


 

105.7

27

911

Ty Williams

55.7

47.7


 

103.4

28

29n

Larry Neighbors

44.8

54.5


 

99.3

29

11p

Preston Peebles II

50.5

48.0


 

98.5

30

9d

Lance Davis (Sublette, KS)

41.4

48.5


 

89.9

31

12

Brandon Howle (Gardendale, TX)

49.0

39.4


 

88.4

32

87c

Cody Hill (Lawton, OK)

56.0

29.1


 

85.1

33

6

Kaden Taylor

45.7

39.1


 

84.8

34

45x

Kyler Johnson

44.8

39.1


 

83.9

35

21

Jody Reeves

38.8

36.2


 

75.0

36

30

Brandon Hickman (Lubbock, TX)

37.4

37.4


 

74.8

37

17s

Chad Salem (Oberlin, KS)

37.4

36.2


 

73.6

38

74v

Howard Van Dyke

0.0

51.1


 

51.1

39

18w

Lorne Wofford (Alamogordo, NM)

0.0

49.7


 

49.7

40

18

Brandon Sprott

0.0

29.9


 

29.9

 

 

Wilmot Raceway

(Wilmot, Wis., Friday, August 21, 2020)--Cory Eliason of Visalia, CA scored the highlight victory in the Bumper to Bumper Interstates Racing Association(IRA) - Ollie's Bargain Outlet All Star Circuit of Champions (ASCOC) Sprint Car Challenge presented by Hometown Hauler of Antioch, IL Friday, August 21 at Wilmot Raceway. Eliason took the lead 10 laps into the 30 lap main overtaking Oswego's Blake Nimee. Eliason went on to the win as All Star competitors swept the podium with Ian Madsen of Australia second and Hunter Schuerenberg of Sikeston, MO third. Tony Stewart of Columbus, IN finished sixth. Beaver Dam's Jeremy Schultz was the highest finishing IRA regular in eighth picking up a $500 bonus from Hometown Hauler. Scott Ellis of Lake Villa, IL scored his first Wilmot feature win taking top honors leading flag to flag in the Bandit 4-Cylinder Stock Cars. South Milwaukee's Jacob Balk was able to get along side Ellis a couple of times, but had to settle for second. John Cole of McHenry, IL was third. Eagle's Steve Mueller chalked up Modified feature win number three of the season. Mueller and Genoa City's Nick Simons battled back and forth, exchanging the lead numerous times throughout the last half of the 20-lap main. N. Simons ended up second with Sheboygan's Joel Seegert third. Genoa City's Mike Simons was uninjured after flipping hard in turn one cushion during the early laps of the main, landing upside down. Pell Lake's Cody Potter scored his fifth Wilmot street stock feature win of the season. Potter powered into the lead diving to the inside coming out of turn two with less than two laps remaining overtaking Muskego's Courtney Atkinson Atkinson, who held the lead the previous 18 circuits, ended up second. Pleasant Prairie's Josh Gehrig was third.

410 Sprints - Winged 35 Entries

A Feature 30 Laps | 00:24:23.232 | Ollie's Bargain Outlet 1. 26-Cory Eliason[3]; 2. 17-Ian Madsen[6]; 3. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg[1]; 4. 11-Zeb Wise[5]; 5. 07-Gerard McIntyre Jr[9]; 6. 14-Tony Stewart[11]; 7. 99-Skylar Gee[16]; 8. 5J-Jeremy Schultz[8]; 9. 2W-Scott Neitzel[19]; 10. 65-Jordan Goldesberry[13]; 11. W20-Greg Wilson[18]; 12. 73AF-Scotty Thiel[17]; 13. 23-Russel Borland[12]; 14. 87-Aaron Reutzel[4]; 15. 13-Justin Peck[7]; 16. 79-Blake Nimee[2]; 17. 10V-Matt VandeVere[24]; 18. 25-Danny Schlafer[14]; 19. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[10]; 20. 17B-Bill Balog[15]; 21. 20R-Rob Pribnow[22]; 22. 19-Todd Daun[21]; 23. 14R-Sean Rayhall[23]; 24. (DNF) 73-Jake Blackhurst[20]

B Feature 12 Laps | 00:20:06.199 | Classic Ink USA 1. 19-Todd Daun[6]; 2. 20R-Rob Pribnow[3]; 3. 14R-Sean Rayhall[2]; 4. 10V-Matt VandeVere[7]; 5. 4B-Scott Biertzer[8]; 6. 77-Wayne Modjeski[10]; 7. 21N-Frankie Nervo[9]; 8. 55D-Austin Deblauw[13]; 9. 0-John Fahl[11]; 10. 43-Jereme Schroeder[14]; 11. 68-Dave Uttech[1]; 12. 5H-Patrick Haynes[12]; 13. (DNF) 29-Hunter Custer[15]; 14. (DNF) 4K-Kris Spitz[4]; 15. (DNF) 14M-Jack Routson[5]

Dash 1 4 Laps | 00:04:19.156 | Kears Speed Shop 1. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg[2]; 2. 26-Cory Eliason[4]; 3. 11-Zeb Wise[1]; 4. 13-Justin Peck[3]; 5. 07-Gerard McIntyre Jr[5]

Dash 2 4 Laps | 00:07:10.180 | Elliott's Custom Trailers and Carts 1. 79-Blake Nimee[1]; 2. 87-Aaron Reutzel[2]; 3. 17-Ian Madsen[4]; 4. 5J-Jeremy Schultz[3]; 5. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[5]

Heat 1 10 Laps | Ford Performance 1. 11-Zeb Wise[3]; 2. 65-Jordan Goldesberry[1]; 3. 25-Danny Schlafer[2]; 4. 5J-Jeremy Schultz[4]; 5. 73-Jake Blackhurst[5]; 6. 4K-Kris Spitz[7]; 7. 4B-Scott Biertzer[6]; 8. 0-John Fahl[8]; 9. 29-Hunter Custer[9]

Heat 2 10 Laps | All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads 1. 13-Justin Peck[2]; 2. 79-Blake Nimee[1]; 3. 26-Cory Eliason[3]; 4. 99-Skylar Gee[6]; 5. 17-Ian Madsen[4]; 6. 20R-Rob Pribnow[8]; 7. 14R-Sean Rayhall[5]; 8. 77-Wayne Modjeski[9]; 9. 43-Jereme Schroeder[7]

Heat 3 10 Laps | 00:08:02.591 | Hunt Brothers Pizza 1. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg[3]; 2. 23-Russel Borland[2]; 3. 87-Aaron Reutzel[4]; 4. 73AF-Scotty Thiel[7]; 5. 2W-Scott Neitzel[5]; 6. 14M-Jack Routson[8]; 7. 10V-Matt VandeVere[6]; 8. 5H-Patrick Haynes[9]; 9. 55D-Austin Deblauw[1]

Heat 4 10 Laps | 00:08:25.444 | Mobil 1 1. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[2]; 2. 14-Tony Stewart[1]; 3. 07-Gerard McIntyre Jr[4]; 4. 17B-Bill Balog[5]; 5. W20-Greg Wilson[6]; 6. 68-Dave Uttech[3]; 7. 19-Todd Daun[7]; 8. 21N-Frankie Nervo[8]

Qualifying | Lincoln Electirc 1. 17-Ian Madsen, 00:13.109[16]; 2. 87-Aaron Reutzel, 00:13.138[19]; 3. 26-Cory Eliason, 00:13.186[10]; 4. 13-Justin Peck, 00:13.237[12]; 5. 07-Gerard McIntyre Jr, 00:13.338[34]; 6. 68-Dave Uttech, 00:13.408[31]; 7. 7BC-Tyler Courtney, 00:13.420[30]; 8. 79-Blake Nimee, 00:13.439[14]; 9. 14-Tony Stewart, 00:13.439[35]; 10. 17B-Bill Balog, 00:13.476[32]; 11. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg, 00:13.479[23]; 12. 5J-Jeremy Schultz, 00:13.534[4]; 13. 23-Russel Borland, 00:13.542[27]; 14. 11-Zeb Wise, 00:13.563[3]; 15. 14R-Sean Rayhall, 00:13.607[13]; 16. 25-Danny Schlafer, 00:13.613[8]; 17. 99-Skylar Gee, 00:13.635[17]; 18. W20-Greg Wilson, 00:13.698[33]; 19. 55D-Austin Deblauw, 00:13.702[20]; 20. 19-Todd Daun, 00:13.708[28]; 21. 43-Jereme Schroeder, 00:13.717[11]; 22. 2W-Scott Neitzel, 00:13.735[24]; 23. 65-Jordan Goldesberry, 00:13.780[9]; 24. 10V-Matt VandeVere, 00:13.787[25]; 25. 73-Jake Blackhurst, 00:13.800[1]; 26. 4B-Scott Biertzer, 00:13.868[5]; 27. 21N-Frankie Nervo, 00:13.868[29]; 28. 20R-Rob Pribnow, 00:13.919[18]; 29. 4K-Kris Spitz, 00:13.933[6]; 30. 77-Wayne Modjeski, 00:13.969[15]; 31. 0-John Fahl, 00:13.996[7]; 32. 73AF-Scotty Thiel, 00:14.016[22]; 33. 29-Hunter Custer, 00:14.058[2]; 34. 14M-Jack Routson, 00:14.303[21]; 35. 5H-Patrick Haynes, 00:14.775[26]

 

 

 

 

Bacon Wins Twin Sprint Features;

Losh, Conover and Headley Jr. Also Star

In Dale Korporal’s ‘Candyman Classic’

Friday at Gas City I-69 Speedway

GAS CITY, Ind., Aug. 22 – Gas City I-69 Speedway’s candyman, Dale Korporal of Upton, Ind., doesn’t usually have bacon candy in his bag as he distributes sweets at the track every Friday night.

He might want to stock up on that variety of candy, however, because Brady Bacon was the star of the “Candyman Classic” show that Korporal sponsored Friday night.

Bacon, a native of Broken Arrow, Okla., who now lives in Winchester, Ind., accomplished the extremely difficult feat of winning both 20-lap non-wing sprint car features to earn $4,040. He added an extra $900 in bonus awards for a $4,940 payday at the Grant County quarter-mile dirt oval. The total purse for the sprint car division was over $20,000.

Derek Losh of Rensselaer, Ind., recorded his sixth 20-lap modified feature victory at Gas City this season. Jordan Conover of Forest, Ohio was a first-time winner in the 15-lap street stock feature. The track’s defending hornet champion, James Headley Jr. of Wabash, Ind., took the 15-lap hornet main event for his first Gas City feature victory of the season.

Bacon took home trophies that featured a container at the top for candy, and there were giant lollipops in victory lane.

Bacon became the sixth different winner of a regular non-wing sprint car feature at Gas City so far this year, and joined defending track champion Thomas Meseraull of Waveland, Ind. as the only driver to win two Gas City sprint features so far in 2020.

Bacon drove the Longworth Equipment Company No. 410. In addition to that Trenton, Ohio-based company, the car is also sponsored by McIntosh Racing and LEI Home Enhancements.

He started fourth in the first feature and took the lead from Shane Cockrum of Benton, Ill. on the third lap. Kevin Thomas Jr. of Cullman, Ala., passed Cockrum on the race’s only restart with four laps down to move into second place, and he finished in that position, 1.719 seconds behind Bacon. The track’s 2018 sprint car champion, Clinton Boyles of Cedar Lake, Ind., placed third followed by Cockrum and Robert Ballou of Tipton, Ind.

Bacon had a harder path in the second feature but a bigger margin of victory, 2.504 seconds. Colten Cottle of Kansas, Ill., who is driver Shane Cottle’s nephew, started on the pole and led the first two laps before giving way to a high-riding Stevie Sussex of Phoenix, Ariz., on the frontstretch.

But Bacon was on the march from his tenth-place starting position. He was eighth on lap one, seventh on lap two, sixth on laps three and four, fifth on lap five, fourth on lap six, and third on lap seven. He moved into second behind Sussex on lap eight, and took the lead from him working lap 13. He then said good-bye to all of his rivals in the non-stop event.

Matt Westfall of Pleasant Hill, Ohio passed Sussex working lap 17 to take second. Robert Ballou of Tipton, Ind. got around Sussex on the last lap for third, and Sussex finished fourth. Thomas had another top-five finish when he crossed the line in fifth.

Bacon received a $500 bonus for winning both races, and the $300 passing award for being the driver who gained the most spots over the course of both features, advancing 12 positions. He got another $100 from A.J. and Matt Brookmyer for being the hard charger in the second sprint feature. Westfall earned the Brookmyer’s $100 for being the hard charger in the first sprint feature, as he started 17th and finished ninth.

The Brookmyers also gave a new right-rear Hoosier tire to the three drivers who just missed the cut in the three B-mains. They were Anthony D’Alessio of Gas City; Ricky Lewis of Ventura, Calif. and Billy Cribbs of Muncie, Ind.

Other drivers received product certificates from All Star Performance.

Jamie Frederickson of Kokomo, Ind. and Zack Pretorious of Yorktown, Ind. flipped in Turn 4 at the start of the third B-main. They both got out of their sprint cars under their own power, but Frederickson was transported to a local hospital for further evaluation.

Losh started third in the 20-lap modified feature. He took the lead from Tony Anderson of Lima, Ohio on the frontstretch working lap six and soldiered on to another victory. There was only one yellow, which occurred with five laps to go when the driver who was fifth, Dillon Nusbaum of Warsaw, Ind., spun between Turns 1 and 2. With Losh and Anderson at the front of the pack the best battle was for third. Dylan Woodling passed Aaron Orr of Columbia City, Ind. for that position on lap 19 and got the show spot. Orr placed fourth and Terry Sroufe of Huntington, Ind. rounded out the top five.

Superior Sales and Service, Aggressive, R & R Transmission, Rensselaer Iron and Metal and Talbert Manufacturing sponsor Losh’s No. 21.

Conover won the caution-plagued street stock feature after taking the lead from Adam Lantz of Bryan, Ohio on lap three. Andy Bishop of Gas City chased Conover’s Nightmare chassis No. 7 most of the way but finished second, just 0.374 of a second behind. Bill Lewis of Fountain City, Ind. was third; Jami Cale of Huntington, Ind. finished fourth and Gerald Mullenix of Marion, Ind. rounded out the top five. Young Dalton Bishop of Gas City, Andy’s son, did a good job to come from 18th to sixth.

The winner, a welder by trade, is sponsored by Lucky’s Taproom and Eatery of Dayton, Ohio; Callie’s Performance Products of Fostoria, Ohio, and Omni Feed and Supply of Findlay, Ohio.

The hornet feature was an all-Headley show. Gas City Walk of Famer James Headley of Marion, Ind. led the first lap from the pole before his son got by, and they ran nose-to-tail for most of the race. On lap 11 Headley Jr. got too high in Turn 4, which allowed his father to regain the lead. On the last lap, however, Headley Jr. dipped under his dad in Turn 1 and went on to win in the No. 00, which is sponsored by Dudding’s Heating and Cooling, Garriott Electric, Edwards Automotive and TJR Trucking. Headley Jr. was 0.304 seconds ahead of his father at the checkered.

Bill Lewis of Fountain City, Ind. came from sixth to finish third. Kolton Sollars of LaFontaine, Ind. placed fourth and Mark Casto of Marion, Ind. finished fifth.

The track is dark on Friday, Aug. 28 but is back in full force on Friday, Sept. 4 with the Labor Day Weekend Classic. The modified division steps into the spotlight that night with $1,000 to win its feature and $150 to start. Non-wing sprint cars, street stocks, hornets and winged outlaw micro-sprints will also be in action, with the pit gate opening at 3 p.m. and the grandstands at 5 p.m. Hot laps are slated to begin at 6:30 p.m. and the racing action begins at 7:30 p.m.

The complete schedule for 2020, which includes the third annual James Dean Classic for USAC AMSOIL national sprint cars on Thursday, Sept. 24 and concludes Oct. 2-3 with the second annual Fall Festival of Speed, is on the track’s website at GasCityI69Speedway.com. Fans and competitors can also follow it on Twitter: @GasCitySpeedway; Instagram: @GasCitySpeedway and Facebook: GasCitySpeedwayOnTheGas.

Gas City I-69 Speedway is located on State Road 22, approximately a half-mile west of I-69, exit 259.

The results:

Non-Wing Sprints Hot Laps Qualifying Session 1: 1. Thomas Meseraull, 12.784; 2. Kyle Simon, 12.866; 3. Colten Cottle, 13.091; 4. Critter Malone, 13.102; 5. Aaron Leffel, 13.137; 6. Anthony D’Alessio, 13.137; 7. Cole Bodine, 13.139; 8. Dustin Smith, 13.254; 9. Paul Dues, 13.463.

Non-Wing Sprints Hot Laps Qualifying Session 2: 1. Kevin Thomas Jr., 12.265; 2. Clinton Boyles, 12.383; 3. Billy Cribbs, 12.458; 4. Dallas Hewitt, 12.526; 5. Cole Ketcham, 12.687; 6. J.J. Hughes, 12.680; 7. Evan Mosley, 12.693; 8. Ricky Lewis, 12.785; 9. Jamie Fredrickson, 13.279.

Non-Wing Sprints Hot Laps Qualifying Session 3: 1. Brady Bacon, 12.096; 2. Scotty Weir, 12.377; 3. Stevie Sussex, 12.448; 4. Max Adams, 12.462; 5. Adam Byrkett, 12.524; 6. Matt Westfall, 12.527; 7. Zack Pretorius, 12.659; 8. Aaron Davis, 12.905; 9. Jack James, 13.288.

Non-Wing Sprints Hot Laps Qualifying Session 4: 1. Dave Darland, 12.178; 2. Tye Mihocko, 12.367; 3. Robert Ballou, 12.433; 4. Shane Cockrum, 12.570; 5. Cody White, 12.573; 6. Brian Van Meveren, 12.789; 7. Ryan Barr, 12.805; 8. Brayden Clark, 12.813.

Non-Wing Sprint Heat 1 (8 laps, 4 transferred): 1. Critter Malone, 2. Thomas Meseraull, 3. Colten Cottle, 4. Kyle Simon, 5. Aaron Leffel, 6. Cole Bodine, 7. Anthony D’Alessio, 8. Paul Dues, 9. Dustin Smith.

Non-Wing Sprint Heat 2 (8 laps, 4 transferred): 1. Clinton Boyles, 2. Kevin Thomas Jr., 3. Dallas Hewitt, 4. J.J. Hughes, 5. Billy Cribbs, 6. Ricky Lewis, 7. Cole Ketcham, 8. Evan Mosely, 9. Jamie Fredrickson.

Non-Wing Sprint Heat 3 (8 laps, 4 transferred): 1. Brady Bacon, 2. Stevie Sussex, 3. Max Adams, 4. Scotty Weir, 5. Matt Westfall, 6. Adam Byrkett, 7. Aaron Davis, 8. Zack Pretorius, 9. Jack James.

Non-Wing Sprint Heat 4 (8 laps, 4 transferred): 1. Shane Cockrum, 2. Robert Ballou, 3. Dave Darland, 4. Tye Mihocko, 5. Cody White, 6. Ryan Barr, 7. Brian Van Meveran, 8. Brayden Clark.

Non-Wing Sprint B-Main 1 (10 laps, 2 transferred): 1. Matt Westfall, 2. Aaron Leffel, 3. Anthony D’Alessio, 4. Cole Bodine, 5. Adam Byrkett, 6. Aaron Davis, 7. Paul Dues, 8. Jack James, 9. Zack Pretorius, 10. Dustin Smith (DNS).

Non-Wing Sprint B-Main 2 (10 laps, 2 transferred): 1. Cody White, 2. Ryan Barr, 3. Ricky Lewis, 4. Billy Cribbs, 5. Evan Mosely, 6. Brayden Clark, 7. Jamie Fredrickson, 8. Brian Van Meveren, 9. Cole Ketcham.

Non-Wing Sprint B-Main 3 for Feature 2 (12 laps, 8 transferred): 1. Dave Darland, 2. Tye Mihocko, 3. J.J. Hughes, 4. Dallas Hewitt, 5. Scotty Weir, 6. Cody White, 7. Cole Bodine, 8. Ryan Barr, 9. Billy Cribbs, 10. Anthony D’Alessio, 11. Aaron Leffel, 12. Ricky Lewis, 13. Paul Dues, 14. Jack James, 15. Brayden Clark, 16. Adam Byrkett; 17. Brian Van Meveren, 18. Evan Mosley, 19. Aaron Davis, 20. Cole Ketcham, 21. Jamie Fredrickson, 22. Zack Pretorius, 23. Dustin Smith (DNS).

Non-Wing Sprint Feature 1 (20 laps, with starting position in parenthesis): 1. Brady Bacon (4); 2. Kevin Thomas Jr. (6); 3. Clinton Boyles (3); 4. Shane Cockrum (2); 5. Robert Ballou (5); 6. Thomas Meseraull (7); 7. Stevie Sussex (8); 8. Max Adams (11); 9. Matt Westfall (17); 10. Colten Cottle (9); 11. Kyle Simon (13); 12. Critter Malone (1); 13. Dave Darland (12); 14. Tye Mihocko (16); 15. Dallas Hewitt (10); 16. J.J. Hughes (14); 17. Scotty Weir (15); 18. Cody White (18); 19. Ryan Barr (20); 20. Aaron Leffel (19).

Margin of Victory: 1.719 seconds

Lap Leaders: Laps 1-2, Cockrum; laps 3-20, Bacon.

Non-Wing Sprint Feature 2 (20 laps, with starting position in parenthesis): 1. Brady Bacon (10); 2. Matt Westfall (2); 3. Robert Ballou (6); 4. Stevie Sussex (4); 5. Kevin Thomas Jr. (9); 6. Colten Cottle (1); 7. Kyle Simon (11); 8. Dave Darland (13); 9. Thomas Meseraull (5); 10. Cole Bodine (19); 11. Max Adams (3); 12. Dallas Hewitt (16); 13. J.J. Hughes (15); 14. Shane Cockrum (7); 15. Tye Mihocko (14); 16. Scotty Weir (17); 17. Cody White (18); 18. Clinton Boyles (8); 19. Ryan Barr (20); 20. Critter Malone (12).

Margin of Victory: 2.504 seconds

Lap Leaders: Laps 1-2, Cottle; laps 3-12, Sussex; laps 13-20, Bacon.

Modified Hot Laps Qualifying 1: 1. Dylan Woodling, 14.019; 2. Cole Sink, 14.135; 3. Clayton Bryant, 14.139; 4. Todd Sherman, 14.236; 5. Scott Orr, 14.374; 6. Bill Griffith, 14.678; 7. Nick Richard, 14.725.

Modified Hot Laps Qualifying 2: 1. Derek Losh, 13.978; 2. Dillon Nusbaum, 13.984; 3. Josh Morton, 14.142; 4. Ryan Sutter, 14.201; 5. Terry Sroufe, 14.312; 6. Terry Grilliott, 14.569; 7. Chris Hicks, 14.697.

Modified Hot Laps Qualifying 3: 1. Bub Roberts, 13.845; 2. Tony Anderson, 13.880; 3. Percy Gendereau, 14.042; 4. Aaron Orr, 14.080; 5. Andy Bishop, 14.257; 6. Braxton Strait, 14.271.

Modified Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. Todd Sherman, 2. Dylan Woodling, 3. Cole Sink, 4. Nick Richards, 5. Clayton Bryant, 6. Scott Orr, 7. Bill Griffith.

Modified Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. Derek Losh, 2. Terry Sroufe, 3. Ryan Sutter, 4. Dillon Nusbaum, 5. Terry Grilliott, 6. Josh Morton, 7. Chris Hicks.

Modified Heat 3 (8 laps): 1. Tony Anderson, 2. Aaron Orr, 3. Bub Roberts, 4. Andy Bishop, 5. Braxton Strait, 6. Percy Gendereau.

Modified Feature (20 laps, with starting position in parentheses): 1. Derek Losh (3); 2. Tony Anderson (2); 3. Dylan Woodling (6); 4. Aaron Orr (5); 5. Terry Sroufe (4); 6. Ryan Sutter (8); 7. Bub Roberts (9); 8. Andy Bishop (12); 9. Clayton Bryant (13); 10. Nick Richards (10); 11. Bill Griffith (19); 12. Braxton Strait (15); 13. Scott Orr (16); 14. Terry Grilliott (14); 15. Chris Hicks (20); 16. Percy Gendereau (18); 17. Dillon Nusbaum (11); 18. Todd Sherman (1); 19. Cole Sink (7); 20. Josh Morton (17).

Margin of Victory: 2.849 seconds

Lap Leaders: Laps 1-5, Anderson; laps 6-20, Losh.

Street Stock Heat 1 (8 laps, 5 transferred): 1. Jordan Conover, 2. Andy Bishop, 3. Justin Long, 4. Bill Bradley, 5. Jeff Jessup, 6. Marty Harkinson, 7. Larry Persinger, 8. Jeff Matheny.

Street Stock Heat 2 (8 laps, 5 transferred): 1. Derek Losh, 2. Adam Lantz, 3. Mark Wooten, 4. Jamie Cale, 5. Cale Ramey, 6. Corey Wooten, 7. Jeremy Jones (DNS).

Street Stock Heat 3 (8 laps, 5 transferred): 1. Joey Spiewak, 2. Casey Barr, 3. Bill Lewis, 4. Gerald Mullenix, 5. Luke Timmerman, 6. Dalton Bishop, 7. Mike Fincher.

Street Stock Feature (15 laps): 1. Jordan Conover (6); 2. Andy Bishop (4); 3. Bill Lewis (9); 4. Jami Cale (11); 5. Gerald Mullenix (12); 6. Dalton Bishop (18); 7. Jeff Jessup (13); 8. Cale Ramey (14); 9. Derek Losh (5); 10. Bill Bradley (10); 11. Mark Wooten (8); 12. Jeff Matheny (21); 13. Larry Persinger (19); 14. Justin Long (7); 15. Adam Lantz (3); 16. Joey Spiewak (1); 17. Luke Timmerman (15); 18. Corey Wooten (17); 19. Marty Harkinson (16); 20. Casey Barr (2); 21. Mike Fincher (22); 22. Jeremy Jones (20/DNS).

Margin of Victory: 0.374 seconds

Lap Leaders: Laps 1-2, Lantz; laps 3-15, Conover.

Hornet Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. James Headley Jr., 2. Kolton Sollars, 3. Eddie Tucker Jr., 4. Charlie Teegarden, 5. Brandon Lines, 6. Joey Eastes, 7. Jayden Wilkins, 8 Alexes Spaulding, 9. Greg Marlow.

Hornet Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. James Headley, 2. Bill Lewis, 3. Mark Casto, 4. Shawn Durbin, 5. Jesse Arenas, 6. Tyler Ray, 7. Chris Wade, 8. Robbie White, 9. Seth Trissel (DNS).

Hornet Feature (15 laps, with starting position in parentheses): 1. James Headley Jr. (3); 2. James Headley (1); 3. Bill Lewis (6); 4. Kolton Sollars (4); 5. Mark Casto (5); 6. Shawn Durbin (8); 7. Eddie Tucker Jr. (2); 8. Charles Teegarden (7); 9. Brandon Lines (9); 10. Joey Eastes (11); 11. Jayden Wilkins (13); 12. Alexes Spaulding (15); 13. Cody Chambers (19); 14. Tyler Ray (12); 15. Jesse Arenas (10); 16. Chris Wade (14); 17. Greg Marlow (17/DNS); 18. Seth Trissel (18/DNS); 19. Robbie White (16/DNS).

Margin of Victory: 0.304 seconds

Lap Leaders: Laps 1, Headley; laps 2-10, Headley Jr.; laps 11-14, Headley; lap 15, Headley Jr.

 

 

Chris Martin Wins the Battle with Sprint Invaders at Lee County Speedway!

(Bill W) Donnellson, IA, August 21, 2020 – Chris Martin won out in a classic battle that saw three lead changes Friday night at the Lee County Speedway. The win for the 2016 Sprint Invaders champion was the sixth in his career, and came aboard the Chris Martin Racing #44.

The 25-lap feature got off to a tough start, as eighth starter Paul Nienhiser got sideways in front of the field. Luckily, no contact was made and he restarted at the tail. A second try at green saw two-time and defending series champion, John Schulz, tip over in turn three. He was uninjured.

Pole-sitter Kaley Gharst shot out to an early lead ahead of Josh Higday and Martin, before someone hit the turn four cone two laps in. A simultaneous incident in turns one and two ended the night for Cam Martin and Dugan Thye. The caution negated a Chris Martin pass of Higday for second.

Gharst led again at the green flag, and got into lapped traffic by the ninth circuit. On lap 11, Higday dove to the bottom of turn three and slid in front of two cars, the leader and a lapper. The daring move gave him the lead.

Martin would used a similar move to get by Gharst for second on lap 13. Riley Goodno entered the top three by moving by Gharst on the following circuit. Later, we would find out the 17 year old driver had no brakes.

Martin ran down Higday and slid in front of him to take the lead on lap 17. Lapped traffic became heavy, but with five laps to go, Austin Miller banged into the turn four guardrail to bring one more caution.

In clean air, Martin pulled away to win ahead of Higday, Goodno, hard-charger Lynton Jeffrey, who came from row ten, and Dustin Selvage. Nienhiser recovered from the tail for sixth, and Colton Fisher, Randy Martin, Glenn Saville and Cody Wehrle rounded out the top ten. Randy Martin, Higday and Chris Martin won heats, and Higday also claimed the Dash.

“We’ve had a lot of mishaps this year,” said Martin in Victory Lane. “It’s definitely been a challenge, that’s for sure. I knew we had a good car coming here. I’ve gotten comfortable here the last two or three years. This is always a fun track, and I’m excited we won here finally. We were racing hard with our friend Josh Higday. He’s helped me out in the past a bunch. It’s always fun racing against friends.”

“Altogether it was a good night,” said Higday. “Of course, we would have liked to win the feature, but sometimes you just can’t get her done. We came home second tonight, and tomorrow we’ll see if we can be one spot better. I just had to go for it (his early pass for the lead). I just felt like I freed up the longer the race went. The wing went forward for some reason. I don’t know if I was hitting it when I was racing or what. We just gave it one more shot at the end. We just came up a little short.”

“It was really tricky up top,” said Goodno of his third place run with no brakes. “You had to get up in it, and just run it. Every time we took off, it was tough. I was just holding on for dear life for 25 laps. The bottom was good at the beginning, but it went away. We went up top other than to lap cars. I don’t think we had enough to catch the top two.”

The Sprint Invaders are back in action Saturday night, Ausgust 22 at 34 Raceway in West Burlington, Iowa. For more information on the Sprint Invaders, visit www.SprintInvaders.com or look us up on Facebook.

Sprint Invaders A main (started), 25 laps: 1. 44, Chris Martin, Ankeny, IA (3) 2. 35, Josh Higday, Des Moines, IA (2) 3. 22, Riley Goodno, Knoxville, IA (7) 4. 83, Lynton Jeffrey, Prairie City, IA (19) 5. 88, Dustin Selvage, Indianola, IA (9) 6. 50, Paul Nienhiser, Chapin, IL (8) 7. 11, Colton Fisher, Mediapolis, IA (5) 8. 14, Randy Martin, California, MO (6) 9. 70K, Glenn Saville, Razorback, NSW, Aust. (18) 10. 40c, Cody Wehrle, Burlington, IA (10) 11. 13, Brayden Gaylord, Wever, IA (4) 12. 69, Justin Buchholz, Davenport, IA (20) 13. 29w, Wyatt Wilkerson, Morning Sun, IA (17) 14. 9, Daniel Bergquist, Burlington, IA (11) 15. 4, Bailey Goldesberry, Springfield, IL (16) 16. 78, Kaley Gharst, Decatur, IL (1) 17. 83A, Austin Miller, Lacona, IA (15) 18. 11T, Dugan Thye, Burlington, IA (13) 19. 44m, Cam Martin, Ankeny, IA (14) 20. 99, John Schulz, West Burlington, IA (12) 21. 84K, Wayne Kniffen, Fort Madison, IA (21) DNS – 81, Tanner Gebhardt, Burlington, IA; 41, Noah Samuel, Burlington, IA; 31, Austin Sears, Macomb, IL; 2D, Dave Keperling, Hannibal, MO. Lap Leaders: Gharst 1-10, Higday 11-16, C. Martin 17-25. Hard-charger: Jeffrey. KSE Hard-charger: Buchholz.

Randall’s Performance Heat one (started), 8 laps: 1. Randy Martin (1) 2. Riley Goodno (3) 3. Kaley Gharst (7) 4. John Schulz (5) 5. Tanner Gebhardt (4) 6. Austin Miller (6) 7. Noah Samuel (2) 8. Lynton Jeffrey (8) DNS – Dave Keperling

CenPenCo Lubricants Heat two (started), 8 laps: 1. Josh Higday (5) 2. Paul Nienhiser (3) 3. Colton Fisher (6) 4. Dugan Thye (1) 5. Cam Martin (4) 6. Glenn Saville (2) 7. Bailey Goldesberry (8) 8. Justin Buchholz (7)

Paisano’s Ristorante of Preston, Illinois Heat three (started), 8 laps: 1. Chris Martin (3) 2. Brayden Gaylord (1) 3. Dustin Selvage (4) 4. Cody Wehrle (6) 5. Daniel Bergquist (5) 6. Wyatt Wilkerson (2) 7. Wayne Kniffen (7) DNS – Austin Sears

Budweiser King of Beers – Golden Eagle Distributors Shake-up Dash (started), 6 laps: 1. Josh Higday (2) 2. Chris Martin (1) 3. Brayden Gaylord (3) 4. Colton Fisher (5) 5. Randy Martin (6) 6. Kaley Gharst (4)

Contingencies

Kreitz Oval Products: Brayden Gaylord Pyrotect: Cody Wehrle

Saldana Racing Products: John Schulz

 

 

Henry dominates for 6th Attica 410 win; Miller earns late model victory; Miller survives for 305 win

Friday, Aug. 21, 2020

ATTICA, Ohio – Cap Henry continued his dominance at Attica Raceway Park, driving to his sixth win of the year at “Ohio’s Finest Racing” speed plant in the 410 sprints on Central Ohio Farmers/Columbus Equipment /Adkins Group Night, Friday, Aug. 21.

For Henry it’s his 9th overall victory of 2020 and the 11th of his career at Attica. Henry has now won six of the 10 Callie’s Performance Products 410 Sprints A-mains at Attica this year.

The only close call Henry had was with two laps to go when he bottled slightly on the cushion in turns three and four.

“I kind of got out of my rhythm….I thought that thing was only like 25 laps long. I could have swore I took the white flag three or four times. I never got back into a good rhythm after that. I about owned these guys a huge apology. Zack (Meyers) has been getting this thing so fast. We made some last minute changes and he did the right ones. It’s a lot of fun driving something this fast,” said Henry beside his Dragon’s Milk White, Beer Barrel Bourbon, New Holland Spirits, FK Rod Ends, Wings Unlimited, Kistler Engines, J&J Auto Racing, Linder’s Speed Equipment, Simpson, Ballistic Designs, Big D’s Pizza, Lead Head Water Fowl, Geck Electric, Nemesis Designs backed #4.

Matt Miller and car owner Rick DeLong had to borrow an engine to compete but they made it pay off at Attica as Miller held off several challenges to win his second Propane.com/Dirt Nerds Podcast Late Model feature of the year at the track. It was his 10th career victory at Attica.

“I didn’t know where to run to be honest. The track’s been a little different each time we’ve been here. I felt okay but not awesome. A big shout out to Matt Carmody. We blew up our motor a couple weeks ago. He owns Jon Henry’s car but he was nice enough to let us borrow a motor,” said Miller beside his Dominator Racing, Rocket Chassis, DeLong Racing #3.

The only thing that would slow down Jamie Miller was a mechanical issue and he nearly experienced just that. Miller, the defending Fremont Fence 305 track champion, nursed a six engine the final hand full of laps, edging Paul Weaver and Kyle Capodice to the checkers for his third win of the season at Attica. It was his 27th career win at the track as he sits second all-time behind Weaver.

“I had to take it easy that last lap. This thing was only running on seven cylinders with five to go and the temperature gauge was at 280,” said Miller beside his Reedtown Tavern, Fostoria Mod Shop, Sloopy’s Pizza, Smitty’s Pizza, Phil Rister Racing, York Carpet, Crown Battery, Schriner Farms backed #26.

Shawn Dancer and TJ Michael brought the field to green for the 30-lap 410 A-main with Dancer taking the lead over Michael, Chad Kemenah, DJ Foos, Henry, Nate Dussel and Cole Macedo. A caution on lap two kept the field close and on the restart Henry vaulted from fourth to second. Another caution on lap four put Henry right on Dancer’s rear bumper and when the green flew the battle up front was on.

Dancer and Henry raced side by side for several laps before Henry was able to wrestle the lead away on lap 10 with Dancer, Kemenah, Michael, Dussel and Foos giving chase. At the half-way point Henry had built a three second lead over Dancer and increased it to nearly six seconds by lap 20.

Kemenah got around Dancer for second on lap 21 but the car on the move was eight time track champion Byron Reed who had stormed from 12th to fourth. Reed took third with four laps to go.

Henry caught the back of the field with about eight laps remaining and was content to ride behind them as Kemenah could only close to within 3.6 seconds. Henry bobbled once with two to go but kept his composure and took the win with Reed getting around Kemenah on the white flag lap to finish second. Kemenah, Foos and Dancer completed the top five.

In a caution-filled 25 lap late model feature, Miller immediately grabbed the lead from his pole starting position as two cautions prevented any laps to get scored. Four cautions within the first four laps kept the field close.

When the green flew after three circuits had been complete Miller and Ryan Markham battled hard for the lead with Mike Bores, Jeff Warnick, Devin Shiels giving chase. The final caution flew on lap 13 with Miller leading Markham, Bores Shiels, Matt Irey who had gone to the tail after an early race incident, Larry Bellman and Ryan Missler.

Bores drove into second on lap 15 and closed on Miller with Irey taking third from Markham who would go pit side on lap 19. Miller kept his car straight and smooth on the bottom and drove to the win over Bores who edged Irey, Shiels, who has yet to finish out of the top five in 2020 at Attica and Bellman rounding out the top five.

Matt Foos and Miller paced the field for the 25 lap 305 A-main and after an opening yellow, Miller quickly used the extreme high line to take the lead over Foos, Paul Weaver, Mike Keegan, Jimmy McGrath and Seth Schneider.

Miller quickly pulled away from the field as Foos, Weaver, Keegan and Schneider gave chase. A caution with seven laps in kept Miller within striking distance. But once the green flew so did Miller, once again pulling away while Foos and Weaver battled side by side lap after lap for second. The car on the move was 10th starter Kyle Capodice as he moved into fourth by lap 12.

Following a caution with 10 laps to go, Miller’s over-heating mount would not let him pull away as he had before. Weaver stayed within a car length while Foos and Capodice battled for third. The final caution flew with just six laps to go and Miller had his hands full on the restart with a closing Capodice and Weaver.

Coming to the checkers it was a three-wide drag race for the win with Miller holding off Weaver who edged Capodice for the runner-up spot, Foos and Schneider rounded out the top five.

Attica Raceway Park will be back in action Saturday, Aug. 22 on Foster Auto Body/Croghan Colonial Bank Night featuring the 410 and 305 sprints and dirt trucks. Gates open at 4 p.m. with racing under way at 7 p.m.

Keep tabs on the ongoing race schedule at www.atticaracewaypark.com or follow the track on Twitter @atticaracewyprk or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/atticaracewaypark and Instagram at attica_raceway_park. For those who can’t attend the races, DirtVision.com carries all the action on pay per view.

About Central Ohio Farmers - www.centralohfarm.com

Central Ohio Farmers Co-op began in 1934 as the Marion County Farm Bureau Co-op Association. The name was changed to Central Ohio Farmers Co-op in 2000. Headquartered in Marion, Ohio, the company offers agronomy, grain, feed and supply, fuel and propane services to co-op members.

As a member owned co-operative, Central Ohio Farmers is governed by a board of directors made up of area member farmers and leaders. There are over 15 Central Ohio Farmer locations including a fueling station on St. Rt. 53 North in Tiffin.

About Columbus Equipment Company – www.columbusequipment.com

On April 1st of 1952, Willis "Bill" Early purchased the firm of Carroll & Edwards (the company for which he had been working as a salesman of heavy construction equipment), officially renaming and incorporating his new venture as Columbus Equipment Company. Throughout Columbus Equipment’s history, our mission has been to ensure that each customer is given "a fair deal every time." As Ohio’s dependable dealer, Columbus Equipment Company is largely owned by Bill Early's family, and also by former and current employees. Columbus Equipment has expanded into 10 locations, and continues to be committed to being the best—the best equipment, the best product support, the best customer service and the best overall experience when it comes to purchasing heavy equipment.

About The Adkins Group

The Adkins Group, based in Fremont, Ohio, has been meeting the fencing and sanitation needs of Northwest Ohio for over 50 years. Adkins Fence offers many different styles of fence in wood, vinyl, aluminum and chain linked materials. In addition to fences we also guard rail, dog kennels, gate operators and accessories. Adkins Sanitation offers a wide variety of sanitary and septic services that include unplugging drain lines, pumping septic or holding tanks, video inspection of underground drain lines cleaning catch basins and renting portable restrooms. For fencing and sanitary needs contact the Adkins group at www.adkins-group.com

Attica Raceway Park

Friday, Aug. 21, 2020

410 Sprints – Callie’s Performance Products

Qualifying

1.16-DJ Foos, 12.898; 2.49-Shawn Dancer, 12.983; 3.1-Nate Dussel, 12.993; 4.23-Cole Macedo, 13.008; 5.5-Byron Reed, 13.008; 6.15K-Chad Kemenah, 13.010; 7.3C-Cale Conley, 13.024; 8.5T-Travis Philo, 13.051; 9.33W-Caleb Griffith, 13.052; 10.27Z-Zane DeVault, 13.084; 11.77I-John Ivy, 13.093; 12.4-Cap Henry, 13.093; 13.41-Thomas Schinderle, 13.108; 14.8M-TJ Michael, 13.177; 15.19R-Jordan Ryan, 13.177; 16.21-Brinton Marvel, 13.197; 17.4*-Tyler Street, 13.231; 18.81-Lee Jacobs, 13.272; 19.35-Stuart Brubaker, 13.286; 20.15-Mitch Harble, 13.293; 21.3J-Trey Jacobs, 13.303; 22.14-Chad Wilson, 13.347; 23.27-Keith Sheffer Jr, 13.349; 24.4T-Josh Turner, 13.545; 25.2L-Landon LaLonde, 13.630;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 23-Cole Macedo[1] ; 2. 1-Nate Dussel[2] ; 3. 16-DJ Foos[4] ; 4. 49-Shawn Dancer[3] ; 5. 5T-Travis Philo[5] ; 6. 41-Thomas Schinderle[6] ; 7. 21-Brinton Marvel[7] ; 8. 27-Keith Sheffer Jr[9] ; 9. 15-Mitch Harble[8]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 8M-TJ Michael[1] ; 2. 77I-John Ivy[2] ; 3. 3C-Cale Conley[4] ; 4. 33W-Caleb Griffith[3] ; 5. 4*-Tyler Street[6] ; 6. 19R-Jordan Ryan[5] ; 7. 81-Lee Jacobs[7] ; 8. 4T-Josh Turner[8]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 4-Cap Henry[1] ; 2. 15K-Chad Kemenah[3] ; 3. 27Z-Zane DeVault[2] ; 4. 5-Byron Reed[4] ; 5. 35-Stuart Brubaker[5] ; 6. 3J-Trey Jacobs[6] ; 7. 2L-Landon LaLonde[8] ; 8. 14-Chad Wilson[7]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)

1. 19R-Jordan Ryan[2] ; 2. 41-Thomas Schinderle[1] ; 3. 3J-Trey Jacobs[3] ; 4. 15-Mitch Harble[10] ; 5. 21-Brinton Marvel[4] ; 6. 14-Chad Wilson[9] ; 7. 2L-Landon LaLonde[6] ; 8. 27-Keith Sheffer Jr[7] ; 9. 4T-Josh Turner[8] ; 10. 81-Lee Jacobs[5]

A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)

1. 4-Cap Henry[6] ; 2. 5-Byron Reed[12] ; 3. 15K-Chad Kemenah[3] ; 4. 16-DJ Foos[4] ; 5. 49-Shawn Dancer[1] ; 6. 23-Cole Macedo[7] ; 7. 8M-TJ Michael[2] ; 8. 3J-Trey Jacobs[18] ; 9. 5T-Travis Philo[13] ; 10. 19R-Jordan Ryan[16] ; 11. 1-Nate Dussel[5] ; 12. 27Z-Zane DeVault[8] ; 13. 35-Stuart Brubaker[15] ; 14. 77I-John Ivy[9] ; 15. 21-Brinton Marvel[20] ; 16. 15-Mitch Harble[19] ; 17. 33W-Caleb Griffith[11] ; 18. 41-Thomas Schinderle[17] ; 19. 3C-Cale Conley[10] ; 20. 4*-Tyler Street[14]

Hard Charger: 5-Byron Reed +10

305 Sprints – Fremont Fence

Heat 1 - (8 Laps)

1. 1H-Zeth Sabo[2] ; 2. 5JR-Jim McGrath Jr.[1] ; 3. Z10-Brandon Moore[4] ; 4. 12F-Matt Foos[9] ; 5. 19R-Steve Rando[3] ; 6. 13-Jeremy Duposki[5] ; 7. 9-Logan Riehl[6] ; 8. 28-Tad Peck[8] ; 9. 11W-Shawn Wolford[7]

Heat 2 - (8 Laps)

1. 12-Kyle Capodice[1] ; 2. 36-Seth Schneider[2] ; 3. X-Mike Keegan[6] ; 4. 97-Kyle Peters[3] ; 5. 5K-Kasey Jedrzejek[5] ; 6. X15-Kasey Ziebold[7] ; 7. 47-Matt Lucius[4] ; 8. 22-Justin Lusk[8] ; 9. 51-Garrett Craine[9]

Heat 3 - (8 Laps)

1. 1W-Paul Weaver[2] ; 2. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[1] ; 3. 26-Jamie Miller[3] ; 4. 11G-Luke Griffith[6] ; 5. 5M-Mike Moore[4] ; 6. 3V-Chris Verda[5] ; 7. 5-Kody Brewer[7] ; 8. 3X-Brandon Riehl[8] ; 9. 77X-Jamin Kindred[9]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)

1. 13-Jeremy Duposki[1] ; 2. 5-Kody Brewer[6] ; 3. X15-Kasey Ziebold[2] ; 4. 3V-Chris Verda[3] ; 5. 9-Logan Riehl[4] ; 6. 22-Justin Lusk[8] ; 7. 3X-Brandon Riehl[9] ; 8. 47-Matt Lucius[5] ; 9. 28-Tad Peck[7] ; 10. 51-Garrett Craine[11] ; 11. 11W-Shawn Wolford[10] ; 12. 77X-Jamin Kindred[12]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 26-Jamie Miller[2] ; 2. 1W-Paul Weaver[4] ; 3. 12-Kyle Capodice[10] ; 4. 12F-Matt Foos[1] ; 5. 36-Seth Schneider[5] ; 6. X-Mike Keegan[3] ; 7. 11G-Luke Griffith[11] ; 8. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[9] ; 9. 3V-Chris Verda[19] ; 10. Z10-Brandon Moore[8] ; 11. 19R-Steve Rando[13] ; 12. 97-Kyle Peters[12] ; 13. 5JR-Jim McGrath Jr.[6] ; 14. 5-Kody Brewer[17] ; 15. 5M-Mike Moore[15] ; 16. 5K-Kasey Jedrzejek[14] ; 17. 1H-Zeth Sabo[7] ; 18. 9-Logan Riehl[20] ; 19. X15-Kasey Ziebold[18] ; 20. 13-Jeremy Duposki[16]

Hard Charger: 3v-Chris Verda +10

Late Models – Propane.com/Dirt Nerds Podcast

Heat 1 - (8 Laps)

1. 25-Ryan Eddleblute[1] ; 2. 51-Devin Shiels[3] ; 3. 44S-Colin Shipley[5] ; 4. 69W-Jeff Warnick[4] ; 5. 03-Jim Gingery[2] ; 6. 98-Tim Sabo[7] ; 7. 23H-Craig Hartong[6]

Heat 2 - (8 Laps)

1. 5M-Ryan Markham[2] ; 2. 50-Ryan Missler[6] ; 3. 20-Troy Hahn[1] ; 4. 28-Kent Brewer [3] ; 5. 59-Larry Bellman[7] ; 6. T18-Jeff Geis[4] ; 7. 4M-Steve Sabo[5]

Heat 3 - (8 Laps)

1. 36-Matt Irey[1] ; 2. 94-Mike Bores[4] ; 3. 3-Matt Miller[7] ; 4. 8-Rob Anderzack[3] ; 5. 29-Nate Potts[2] ; 6. 12M-Bobby Michaels[6] ; 7. 69R-Doug Baird[5]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 3-Matt Miller[1] ; 2. 94-Mike Bores[8] ; 3. 36-Matt Irey[6] ; 4. 51-Devin Shiels[10] ; 5. 59-Larry Bellman[14] ; 6. 50-Ryan Missler[4] ; 7. 29-Nate Potts[15] ; 8. T18-Jeff Geis[17] ; 9. 98-Tim Sabo[16] ; 10. 8-Rob Anderzack[9] ; 11. 28-Kent Brewer[3] ; 12. 69W-Jeff Warnick[5] ; 13. 4M-Steve Sabo[20] ; 14. 5M-Ryan Markham[2] ; 15. 25-Ryan Eddleblute[12] ; 16. 12M-Bobby Michaels[18] ; 17. 20-Troy Hahn[11] ; 18. 69R-Doug Baird[21] ; 19. 44S-Colin Shipley[7] ; 20. 23H-Craig Hartong[19] ; 21. 03-Jim Gingery[13]

Hard Charger: 59-Larry Bellman +9

 

 

Kofoid Seals the Deal on SPEED Weekend Night One at Lincoln Speedway

Lincoln, IL. (08/21/2020) Even in the rubber Michael "Buddy" Kofoid found the sweet spot around the top of Lincoln Speedway and took the lead from lap one. Going the distance from there, Kofoid landed his fifth win of the year with the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League.

Bringing the field to the green flag, Cannon McIntosh of Bixby OK. and Michael "Buddy" Kofoid of Penngrove, CA. started the front row of the 30-lapper. Kofoid, a recent winner at Charleston Speedway in July, shot his #67 Keith Kunz Motorsports entry to the lead on the opening lap. Cannon McIntosh took the bottom side and Kofoid who came rocketing into the lead with a good lap around the top.

While Kofoid got comfortable in the lead, teammate McIntosh settled in the second spot. Mitchell Davis tracking down Daison Pursley for the third position, Davis closed in on the #9 Machine and ran him down to take over the third position. Davis rode around in third until he found himself upside down in turn four battling the treacherous cushion on lap seven.

Kofoid lead the field to green on the top side, and the top four follow behind with Jake Neuman the only car on the bottom. With a pair of cautions out on the track, Kofoid had to hold his own with his hard charging teammates and the dramatic track change halfway through the 30-lap main event.

Nailing all three laps on the final restart, Michael "Buddy" Kofoid drove untouchable to the checkered flag as he led all 30 laps to pick up the win on night one of the Illinois SPEED Weekend, and earned his fifth POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League victory of the 2020 race season.

"I didn't know how close they were behind me, but Jarrett kept telling me they were. We were too tight early in the race. It sucks getting into rubber when you are the leader, but I was able to find it and keep the lead. The surface all night was good, sucks it rubbered in the main." Stated first place finisher, Michael "Buddy" Kofoid.

"it was a really good race; we would get runs here and there and I just would fall apart and catch him again. There halfway through the race I felt the rubber when I moved down a little bit and I could catch him but anytime I would get a run on him I would get a really bad push." Second place finisher, Cannon McIntosh.

"Racing with my teammates Buddy Kofoid and Cannon McIntosh, it's always frustrating running third or second to them but you got to hold your head high cause they're the best midget racers in the nation right now." Stated Daison Pursley.

The POWRi Luas Oil National Midget League will be back in action tomorrow night, August 22 at Macon Speedway in Macon, IL. Can't make it out to the track and don't want to miss any of the action on the racing program? Subscribe today at POWRi.TV to catch all of the action LIVE and ON-DEMAND.


Schoenfeld Headers Heat 1 Winner: 67 - Buddy Kofoid

Racing Electronics Heat 2 Winner: 15 - Emerson Axsom

Diversified Machine Inc. Heat 3 Winner: 87 - Karter Sarff

PAC Schroeder Torsion Bars High Point: 71K - Cannon McIntosh

Racing Electronics Semi-Feature 1: 28 - Ace McCarthy

TRD Hard Charger: 28 - Ace McCarthy

Lucas Oil Feature Winner: 67 - Buddy Kofoid

POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League Feature Results (30 laps): 1. 67 - Buddy Kofoid 2. 71K - Cannon McIntosh 3. 9 - Daison Pursley 4. 87 - Karter Sarff 5. 21 - Zach Daum 6. 3N - Jake Neuman 7. 49 - Joe B. Miller 8. 85 - Jerry Coons Jr. 9. 28 - Ace McCarthy 10. 71 -Kaylee Bryson 11. 2H - Luke Howard 12. 21K - Emilio Hoover 13. 19M - Ethan Mitchell 14. 97 - Branham Crouch 15. 00 - Trey Gropp 16. 19A - Hayden Reinbold 17. 15 - Emerson Axsom 18. 16C - David Camfield 19. 08 - Noah Gass 20. 4 - Robert Dalby 21. 72 - Sam Johnson 22. 56D -Mitchell Davis 23. 17C - Devin Camfield

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Bubak Back in Dodge City Form in Lubbock Wrecker Services DCRP Sprint Car Nationals Opener

Lonnie Wheatley, DODGE CITY, Kan. (August 20, 2020) – Arvada, Colorado’s Jake Bubak picked up right where he left off last year by wiring the field in Thursday night’s 25-lap feature to get the Fourth Annual Lubbock Wrecker Service DCRP Sprint Car Nationals under way atop the 3/8-mile Dodge City Raceway Park clay oval.

Last year, Bubak swept through all three nights to collect more than $6,000 as he became the third different event winner in as many years.

And he may have led all 25 laps on Thursday night, but he certainly had to earn it was John Carney II pressured throughout and even slid into the lead briefly on a couple of occasions along the way only to have Bubak successfully counter.

After drawing the second row inside for the feature event after a heat race win, fortune was on Bubak’s side from the outset with scheduled pole starter Koby Walters scratching from the main event.

Bubak outdueled Carney on the opening lap to take command aboard the Wells-powered Coyote Candle Company No. 74b Maxim.  Carney II wasted little time however, throwing his hat into the ring for the point, sliding ahead briefly in turn two on the third round.  Bubak battled right back and the duo repeated the scene in turn four a half dozen circuits later as lapped traffic came into play.

The battled raged on over the ensuing rounds as the duo sliced through lapped traffic until a caution flew after 15 laps when Blake Scott spun to a stop in turn two.

Another lap later, Chase Randall was pinched into the turn two wall and slid to a stop on the backstretch with race-ending damage.

A final caution flew another four laps later for another turn two spin just as the leaders were reaching traffic again.

Set for a five-lap dash to the stripe, Carney made a last ditch effort but Bubak was able to hold a two car-length advantage at the line.  Carney settled for runner-up honors aboard Scott Brown’s PPE-powered Lubbock Wrecker Service No. 11x Eagle.

Apparent third-place finisher Lorne Wofford, who was in the mix with the lead pair in the closing laps, failed to pass post-race technical inspection, thus handing the show position to Jeremy Huish after starting eighth in the Myers-powered Walker Tank Service No. 88J Eagle.

Jason Martin, last year’s DCRP Nationals runner-up, rallied from 15th to claim fourth with Taylor Velasquez charging from 18th to round out the top five.

Zach Blurton was sixth, with Monty Ferriera, Jordan Knight, DCRP Sprint Car points leader Luke Cranston and 20th-starter Steven Richardson completing the top ten.

The Fourth Annual Lubbock Wrecker Service DCRP 305 Sprint Car Nationals resumes with a second night of preliminary action on Friday night leading the way into Saturday’s $3,000-to-win championship finale.  Friday’s action also includes the opening portion of the Seventh Annual Sport Modified Mayhem North vs. South Duel along with the Kansas Antique Racers.

Dodge City Raceway Park – Fourth Annual Lubbock Wrecker Service DCRP 305 Sprint Car Nationals

August 20, 2020 Results:

Precise Racing Products DCRP Sprint Cars vs. United Rebel Sprint Series (URSS) & Sprint Series of Oklahoma (SSO):

Heat One (8 Laps):  1. 74b-Jake Bubak, 2. 18w-Lorne Wofford, 3. 56-Chris Douglas, 4. 33-Koby Walters, 5. 45d-David Luckie, 6. 11p-Preston Peebles II, 7. 51r-Ross Essenburg, 8. 29n-Larry Neighbors.

Heat Two (8 Laps):  1. 49x-Luke Cranston, 2. 98-J.D. Johnson, 3. 65-Kohl Ricke, 4. 87c-Cody Hill, 5. 29s-Blake Scott, 6. 12-Brandon Howle, 7. 9d-Lance Davis, 8. 30-Brandon Hickman.

Heat Three (8 Laps):  1. 11k-Tyler Knight, 2 11x-John Carney II, 3. 9-Chase Randall, 4. 5x-Jason Martin, 5. 911-Ty Williams, 6. 49-Kris Moore, 7. 45x-Kyler Johnson, 8. 97-Brian Herbert.

Heat Four (8 Laps):  1. 10-Jordan Knight, 2. 11-Zach Blurton, 3. 45-Monty Ferriera, 4. 0-Steven Richardson, 5. 1x-Cody Lampe, 6. 2b-Brett Becker, 7. 17s-Chad Salem.

Heat Five (8 Laps):  1. 88J-Jeremy Huish, 2. 72-Ray Seemann, 3. 21x-Taylor Velasquez, 4. 17x-Jake Martens, 5. 6-Kaden Taylor, 6. 21-Jody Reeves, 7. 116-Vance Wofford (DNS).

First “B” Main (12 Laps):  1. 56-Chris Douglas, 2. 29s-Blake Scott, 3. 45d-David Luckie, 4. 2b-Brett Becker, 5. 87c-Cody Hill, 6. 29n-Larry Neighbors, 7. 12-Brandon Howle, 8. 97-Brian Herbert, 9. 6-Kaden Taylor, 10. 51r-Ross Essenburg, 11. 17s-Chad Salem.

Second “B” Main (12 Laps):  1. 21x-Taylor Velasquez, 2. 0-Steven Richardson, 3. 1x-Cody Lampe, 4. 911-Ty Williams, 5. 49-Kris Moore, 6. 11p-Preston Peebles II, 7. 45x-Kyler Johnson, 8. 116-Vance Wofford, 9. 9d-Lance Davis, 10. 30-Brandon Hickman, 11. 21-Jody Reeves.

“A” Main (25 Laps):  1. 74b-Jake Bubak (1), 2. 11x-John Carney II (2), 3. 88J-Jeremy Huish (8), 4. 5x-Jason Martin (15), 3. 5. 21x-Taylor Velasquez (18), 6. 11-Zach Blurton (9), 7. 45-Monty Ferriera (12), 8. 10-Jordan Knight (5), 9. 49x-Luke Cranston (3), 10. 0-Steve Richardson (20), 11. 11k-Tyler Knight (6), 12. 45d-David Luckie (19), 13. 17x-Jake Martens (16), 14. 72-Ray Seemann (10), 15. 1x-Cody Lampe (21), 16. 65-Kohl Ricke (11), 17. 98-J.D. Johnson (7), 18. 29s-Blake Scott (17), 19. 56-Chris Douglas (15), 20. 9-Chase Randall (14), 21. 33-Koby Walters (DNS). Disqualified: 18w-Lorne Wofford (failed to pass post-race technical inspection after originally finishing third).

 

Lap Leaders:  Jake Martens 1-16, Jake Bubak 17-25.

 

Fourth Annual Lubbock Wrecker Service DCRP 305 Sprint Car Nationals Points through Night One (Top 6 in combined points from Thursday and Friday lock into Saturday’s Hambelton Racing Dash for Cash – Balance to Saturday heat’s with invert of six in each heat):

Rank

##

Name

Heat Points

B Points

A Points

Total Points

1

74b

Jake Bubak (Arvada, CO)

20.5

0

100

120.5

2

11x

John Carney II (El Paso, TX)

20.0

0

95

115.0

3

88J

Jeremy Huish (Jetmore, KS)

20.5

0

91

111.5

4

5x

Jason Martin (Lincoln, NE)

14.5

0

88

102.5

5

21x

Taylor Velasquez (Turpin, OK)

15.4

0

85

100.4

6

11

Zach Blurton

18.0

0

82

100.0

7

10

Jordan Knight (Wright, KS)

20.0

0

76

96.0

8

45

Monty Ferriera (Lincoln, NE)

16.0

0

79

95.0

9

49x

Luke Cranston (Garden City, KS)

20.0

0

73

93.0

10

11k

Tyler Knight (Spearville, KS)

20.0

0

68

88.0

11

0

Steven Richardson (Liberal, KS)

14.0

0

70

84.0

12

72

Raymond Seemann (Jetmore, KS)

18.5

0

62

80.5

13

17x

Jake Martens (Fairview, OK)

14.5

0

64

78.5

14

45d

David Luckie

12.0

0

66

78.0

15

98

J.D. Johnson (Wichita, KS)

18.5

0

56

74.5

16

65

Kohl Ricke (Dodge City, KS)

15.7

0

58

73.7

17

1x

Cody Lampe (Jetmore, KS)

13.0

0

60

73.0

18

56

Chris Douglas (Amarillo, TX)

15.4

0

52

67.4

19

29s

Blake Scott (Pauls Valley, OK)

13.0

0

54

67.0

20

9

Chase Randall

15.7

0

50

65.7

21

33

Koby Walters

16.0

0

48

64.0

22

87c

Cody Hill (Lawton, OK)

14.0

42

0

56.0

23

911

Ty Williams

11.7

44

0

55.7

24

2b

Brett Becker (Odessa, TX)

10.0

44

0

54.0

25

49

Kris Moore (Dodge City, KS)

11.0

42

0

53.0

26

11p

Preston Peebles II

10.5

40

0

50.5

27

12

Brandon Howle (Gardendale, TX)

11.0

38

0

49.0

28

6

Kaden Taylor

11.7

34

0

45.7

29

29n

Larry Neighbors

4.8

40

0

44.8

30

45x

Kyler Johnson

6.8

38

0

44.8

31

97

Brian Herbert (Kinsley, KS)

5.7

36

0

41.7

32

116

Vance Wofford

5.7

36

0

41.7

33

9d

Lance Davis (Sublette, KS)

7.4

34

0

41.4

34

51r

Ross Essenburg (Garden City, KS)

7.7

32

0

39.7

35

21

Jody Reeves

8.8

30

0

38.8

36

30

Brandon Hickman (Lubbock, TX)

5.4

32

0

37.4

37

17s

Chad Salem (Oberlin, KS)

7.4

30

0

37.4

38

18w

Lorne Wofford (Alamogordo, NM)

0.0

0

0

0.0

 

 

 

Youth Reigns at Skagit Speedway as Thornhill Wins

8/20/20

Alger, WA - It was a coming of age night on Thursday for 14 year old Colby Thornhill at Skagit Speedway as the Enumclaw, WA driver became the youngest driver in track history to win a 360 Sprint Car main event. Tyson Blood and Cory Sweatman were also feature winners.

The Budweiser 360 Main Event was almost won by Mother Nature. Jeff Dunlap set out to the early lead and held a strong advantage before Eric Fisher and Tyler Thompson got together, bringing out the red flag on lap five. At the time, a light sprinkle turned heavier, forcing the cars off the track while officials made a plan for the weather. The rain lightened up, and cars came back to the track to roll the moisture back into the surface. About 15 minutes after the cars were sent off, the track was back in race shape and the main event continued. Dunlap resumed his march toward a potential first win, with Thornhill battling past Reece Goetz and into second place. As he came out of turn four to complete the 21st lap, Dunlap suddenly lost power and pulled into the infield, ending his run and giving the lead up to Colby. A short three laps later, Thornhill crossed under the checkered flag and made Skagit Speedway history, with Goetz taking second and Devon Borden advancing from 16th to 3rd.

Tyson Blood had a dominant night in the Skagit Aggregates Modifieds, leading all 25 laps of the main event. Blood had a half track advantage nearly all race long. Rick Smith and Craig Moore went hard for the runner up spot, with Smith eventually getting the nod and Moore settling for the third spot.

Cory Sweatman is 2 for 2 at Skagit Speedway in the Outlaw Tuner Class. Sweatman took the lead from Adam Holtrop in lapped traffic on lap nine before running to the win. It was Holtrop and Rick Young rounding out the podium.

Budweiser 360 Sprints

Fast Time - Lance Sargent 11.922

Heat 1 - Chance Crum

Heat 2 - Bailey Sucich

Heat 3 - Chase Goetz

Heat 4 - Jason Bloodgood

B Main - Colton Heath, Tyler Driever, JJ Hickle, Ashleigh Johnson, Cory Swatzina, Zeth Custer, Brian Boswell, Eric Rockl, Chris Bullock, Steve James

A Main - Colby Thornhill, Reece Goetz, Devon Borden, Chance Crum, Chase Goetz, Lance Sargent, Travis Jacobson, Michael Millard, Bailey Sucich, James Setters, Corbyn Fauver, Tyler Driever, Jason Bloodgood, Jeff Dunlap, Barry Martinez, Colton Heath, Tyler Thompson, Eric Fisher

Lap Leaders - Dunlap 1-21 Thornhill 22-25

Hard Charger - Borden +13

Skagit Aggregates Modifieds

Heat 1 - Adam Holtrop

Heat 2 - Tyson Blood

Main - Tyson Blood, Rick Smith, Craig Moore, Adam Holtrop, Ben Gunderson, Dave Wolford, Dan Butenschoen, Jeff Jansma, Jeff Blanton

Lap Leaders - Blood 1-25

Outlaw Tuners

Heat 1 - Adam Holtrop

Heat 2 - Howard Vos

Main - Cory Sweatman, Adam Holtrop, Rick Young, Ayuka Carlson, Zach Dalrymple, Howard Vos, Colin Sims, Jon Edwards, Max Tucker, Mike Thomas, Tricia Michelson, Matthew Bonafede, Don Briggs Jr, Mike Mcpherson

Lap Leaders - Holtrop 1-8 Sweatman 9-17

 

 

Landon Price scores Path Valley win
2020-08-16 13:08:07

Fleetwood, Pa., teenager Landon Price found the antidote for a brief racing slump Friday night, capturing the 25-lap PA Sprint Series IMCA/RaceSaver feature at Path Valley Speedway Park.

After an early-race battle for third place with the season’s dominant driver, Garrett Bard, Price caught up with and passed leader John Walp and was untouchable from that point on. Walp and Bard had a torrid duel for the runner-up spot, with Bard taking it by inches in a side-by-side finish. Jake Frye, who was part of top-five battling throughout the race, finished fourth, ahead of late-charging Ryan Lynn.

Completing the top 10 were Larry McVay, Cody Hackenberry, Todd Lynn, Ian Cumens and Andrew Boyer.

Price would have come into the night’s racing as a longshot. This was only his fourth Path Valley start, with a previous best of ninth, and ninth also was his best finish in his last six PASS events. A two-time winner last year in his first full season steering a RaceSaver sprint car, the Steak-Umm/Swavely’s Lawn & Turf/Givlar’s Trailer Sales/VAN Industries #69 chaffeur seemed headed in the wrong direction, but Friday corrected that impression.

The margin of victory was 2.571 seconds.

“I was so nervous the whole race,” Price said in victory lane. “Those cautions just killed me. I kept getting tight getting into three and four. I was running in too hard, but there were some laps I really got it going . . . and it feels good”

Heat races for the 19 RaceSaver sprinters on hand Friday were won by Walp and Frye.

Cody Hackenberry advanced from 17th starting spot to 7th at the finish to earn the Hard Charger Award, which included a new tire from Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic and $25 from the speedway.

For more information about PA Sprint Series racing, visit www.pasprintseries.com or the PA Sprint Series Facebook page.

Results from Path Valley Speedway Park, August 14

HEAT 1 – 1. 5-John Walp; 2. 69-Landon Price; 3. 95-Garrett Bard; 4. 55-Domenic Melair; 5. 83-Larry McVay; 6. 69K-Kassidy Kreitz; 7. 71-Josh Spicer; 8. 13-Kurt Knepper; 9. 4C-Cody Hackenberry (DNF). DNS – 19K-Chris Kreider.

HEAT 2 – 1. 56-Jake Frye; 2. 79-Ian Cumens; 3. 54M-Todd Lynn; 4. 26-Ryan Lynn; 5. 21-Andrew Boyer; 6. 31-Donnie Hendershot; 7. 7-Jim Kennedy; 8. 83K-Kristina Pratt; 9. 19-Kruz Kepner (DNF).

FEATURE – 1. 69-Landon Price; 2. 95-Garrett Bard; 3. 5-John Walp; 4. 56-Jake Frye; 5. 26-Ryan Lynn; 6. 83-Larry McVay; 7. 4C-Cody Hackenberry; 8. 54M-Todd Lynn; 9. 79-Ian Cumens; 10. 21-Andrew Boyer; 11. 55-Domenic Melair; 12. 13-Kurt Knepper; 13. 83K-Kristina Pratt; 14. 69K-Kassidy Kreitz (DNF); 15. 71-Josh Spicer (DNF); 16. 19K-Chris Kreider (DNF); 17. 19-Kruz Kepner (DNF); 18. 31-Donnie Hendershot (DNF); 19. 7-Jim Kennedy (DNF).

 

 

SODEMAN SIZZLES IN 1ST 410 WIN AT MERCER SINCE 2016 ENDING KEKICH STREAK;

A PAIR OF KINGS TAKE VICTORIES REX KING JR (BIG BLOCK MODS) AND PHIL KING

1ST EVER IN MINI STOCKS; PRESTON COPE WINS 1ST EVER IN FASTRAK MODS; JAKE

GOMOLA WINS 305 SPRINTS.

By Jim Balentine

Mercer, Pa

August 15, 2020

On a beautiful Saturday night in mid August Michaels Mercer Raceway

completed its fourth program of the season with four out of the five feature

winners taking the money home to the buckeye state of Ohio right across the

border . Jack Sodeman Jr (North Jackson,Oh) ended Adam Kekich ‘s win streak

by winning his first 410 sprint feature at Mercer since August 22 of 2016; in the

big block modified Rex King Jr (Bristolville,Oh) won his first Mercer feature

since May 11 of 2019 Jake Gomola (Seneca,Pa) picked up his second 305 sprint

feature of 2020. And Preston cope (Champion, Oh) in the fast track modified

and Phil King (Windham,Oh) in the mini stocks picked up their first career wins

as well.

For Jack Sodeman Jr coming back to Mercer is always a special place as he has

picked up 4 track championships out of the last five years that Mercer ran

weekly and after being shut out of victory Lane since August 22 2016 to

dominate the event and defeat two time winner Adam Kekich to win his first

410 win at Mercer and 2nd overall in 2020. Sodeman immediately gained

control from the start from the outside pole and aside from a few minor

cautions dominated the event. Kekich ended up finishing second Jeremy

Kornbau who started on the pole has been improving greatly in the past few

weeks picking up his highest ever finish at Mercer with third. Dan Kuriger was

fourth and Gary Kreiss jr was 5th.


Rex King Jr, who won the previous night at Lernerville , led flag to flag to win his

first Mercer big block modified feature since May 11 2019 and his 6th overall at

Mercer. He did so by holding off his father Rex Sr to take the 10 car 25 lapper.

Dave Murdick finished 3rd, JR McGinley 4th and Brad Rapp 5th.

Last years 305 sprint track champion Jake Gomola picked up his 2nd Mercer

feature of the season and the first repeat winner in 4 races. Gomola was easily

in the lead until the end when he lost a cylinder and allows 6 time Mercer

winner Greg Dobrosky to catch up and mount a charge at the white flag lap but

was to no avail as Gomola held him off . 10 time winner Jim Morris was 3rd,

rookie Tom Jasen 4th and Steve Cousins 5th.

The Jerry Schaffer cars in the FASTRAK Modifieds have now won 3 of 4 features

as youngster Preston Cope driving the Schaffer #24P pulled the upset and won

his 1st career feature over 2 time winner Eric Gabany. Cope starting on the

front row held off numerous restarts and challenges by the veteran Gabany but at the end Cope picked up his 1st career win at Mercer.

The mighty Mercer mini stocks once again ended in a nail biter as Phil King held

off 2 time winner Mike Porterfield at the line by .530 of a second to win his 1st

career feature at Mercer. Porterfield by virtue of his back to back wins came

from 10th started to challenge King in the latter stages of the race. Andy

Thompson and Mike Kelley led the field to green but King coming from 3rd took

the lead on lap 2 as Will Aley was then challenging King for the top spot. Lap

after lap Porterfield was reeling in King and as they came out of Turn 4 they

were side by side as King scraped the outside wall as they came across in

almost a dead heat !!Thompson and Kelley fell back to 6th and 7th while Aley

finished 3rd , Leonard Baker Jr was 4th and DJ McCrea moves up 11 spots to

finish 5th.

410 Sprints Feature

1. 23JR-Jack Sodeman Jr[2]; 2. 5K-Adam Kekich[4]; 3. 27K-Jeremy Kornbau[1]; 4.

08-Danny Kuriger[5]; 5. 55-Gary Kriess Jr[8]; 6. 11X-George Englert[6]; 7. 250-

Jared McFarland[10]; 8. 66-Ken Rossey[9]; 9. 38-Leyton Wagner[3]; 10. 22-

Brandon Spithaler[12]; 11. 34M-Mike Marano[11]; 12. 4J-Jacob Gamola[7]; 13.

76-Davey Jones[13]; 14. 1L-Ivan Johnson[15]; 15. 23G-Justin Gurdack[14]

Heat winners

27K-Jeremy Kornbau; 23JR-Jack Sodeman Jr

Big Block Modifieds Feature

1. 165-Rex King Jr[1]; 2. 65-Rex King Sr[2]; 3. 61-Dave Murdick[5]; 4. 66-JR

McGinley[3]; 5. 11R-Brad Rapp[4]; 6. 3K-shawn kozar[6]; 7. 55-Scott Kay[9]; 8.

74-Kevin Green[10]; 9. 717-Billy Adams[7]

Heat winner: 165-Rex King Jr

305 Sprints Feature

1. 4J-Jacob Gamola[1]; 2. 88-Greg Dobrosky[3]; 3. 16-Jim Morris[6]; 4. 12G-

Tommy Jasen[2]; 5. 56-Steve Cousins[7]; 6. X7-Andy Cavanagh[4]; 7. 22-George

Fredrick[8]; 8. 347-Nevan O'Donnell[9]; 9. 27H-Kyle Colwell[5]

Heat winner: 4J-Jacob Gamola


Mini Stock feature

1. 12-Phil King[3]; 2. 23MP-Michael Porterfield[9]; 3. 9-William Aley[7]; 4. 0B-

Leonard Baker Jr[6]; 5. 36PACK-DJ McCrae[16]; 6. 5-Andy Thompson[1]; 7.

6-Mike Kelley[2]; 8. 1-James Tasker[10]; 9. 53Z-Larry Blake[12]; 10. 999-Adam

Aley[8]; 11. 77H-Cameron Hutchins[5]; 12. 31-Greg Marks[19]; 13. 16R-Jordan

Reges[17]; 14. 27-Tim Zuschlag[22]; 15. 64-Summer Pitts[14]; 16. 15B-Shane

Shook[11]; 17. 325Z-Zack Swartz[24]; 18. 8BALL-Ed Haylett[4]; 19. 77-Pete

Blaczak[23]; 20. 47S-Steven Fedokovitz[21]; 21. 54-Tim Callahan[20]; 22. 10S-

trevn schaffer[15]; 23. 17J-Mike Salsgiver[13]; 24. 7-Brad Gamble[18]

Heat winners: 9-William Aley; 23MP-Michael Porterfield; 0B-Leonard Baker Jr

FASTRAK Modifieds Feature

1. 24-Preston Cope[2]; 2. 4S-Eric Gabany[1]; 3. 86-Shayne Izzo[10]; 4. 17-

Brandon Ritchey[4]; 5. 41-Brian Schaffer[6]; 6. 5-Brian Sadler[5]; 7. 44-JIm

Bryce[11]; 8. 404-Michael Kristyak[8]; 9. 28J-Jacob Jordan[12]; 10. 2-Cole

Holden[3]; 11. 11G-Nathen McDowell[14]; 12. 27-ryan covelli[16]; 13. 33G-

Dalton Gabriel[17]; 14. 71-Gage Priester[7]; 15. 14-Jeff Schaffer Jr[9]; 16. 7P-

Caden Petry[13]; 17. 113-Don Cornelius[15]

Heat winners: 41-Brian Schaffer; 5-Brian Sadler

 

 

BEASON GRABS FIRST POWRi WIN IN 2020

Belleville, IL. (08/16/2020) Jonathan Beason conquered the stand alone show at Creek County Speedway with the POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget League. 25 cars went to battle, and Beason found himself coming out on top in victory lane.

Beason took command of the race lead early, using every advantage he could with starting on the front row. Alex Sewell started on the outside of Beason and they both lead the field to green. Beason grabbed the bottom side and tried to make it stick, meanwhile the whole field stacked up behind and they try to all fight for the bottom.

With a very thin line on the bottom to run, Beason perfects it to the best of his advantage. Neuman followed behind him in second, and Zach Daum rounding out your top three with 15 laps to go. As Beason caught lapped traffic, he extends his lead over the rest of the field by half a straightaway. The rest of the field fights for the positions 2-5 while also battling lapped traffic. The caution flag waves halfway through the race with a car slowing.

The field stacked back up and took the green flag. The field fought for positions around the bottom. Beason, Neuman, Felker, and Daum all fighting nose to tail for track positions. Andrew Felker and Jake Neuman battled for the second position as the laps are winding down. Jonathan Beason crosses the line and captured his first POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget League feature event of the year.

Smith Titanium Heat Race 1 Winner: Jake Neuman

Keizer Aluminum Wheels Heat Race 2 Winner: Jonathan Beason

Saldana Racing Products Heat Race 3 Winner: Trey Gropp

Super Clean High Point Qualifier: Jonathan Beason

POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget League Feature Finish: 1. 8J- Jonathan Beason; 2. 3N- Jake Neuman 3. 44S- Andrew Felker; 4. 21KS- Zach Daum; 5. 00-Trey Gropp; 6. 8-Alex Sewell; 7. 32-Trey Marcham; 8. 91- Jeff Stasa; 9. 7U- Matt Sherrell; 10. 7D- Michelle Decker; 11. 21K- Emilio Hoover; 12. 08K- Noah Gass; 13. 26-Tristin Thomas; 14. 7-Shannon McQueen; 15. 14 E- Hank Davis; 16. 08- Cannon McIntosh; 17. 70-Cade Cowles; 18. 4C- Branigan Roark; 19. 00H- Brekk Harris; 20. (DNF)F5- Johnny Kent; 21. (DNF) 47K-Kevin Brewer; 22. (DNF) 20H- Noah Harris; 23. (DNF) 05- Kyle Wilson; 24. (DNF) 91K. Kevin Bayer; 25. (DNS) 7W- Brendon Wiseley.

Follow along for more information such as race recaps, updates, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, or on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing or on Facebook at POWRi

 

 

Arenz, Schmidt, Kulow, Warner reign supreme in PDTR main event action

(PEDAL DOWN PROMOTIONS) August 15, 2020 – The second night of a Plymouth Dirt Track Racing doubleheader weekend saw some familiar faces park their machines in A-main victory lane Saturday, Aug. 15 at The Plymouth Dirt Track at the Sheboygan County Fairgrounds in Plymouth, Wis.

PDTR 360 Sprint Car point leader Travis Arenz of Sheboygan notched his third 25-lap A-main victory of the 2020 season. Two-time defending PDTR Late Model champ Justin Schmidt of Cleveland notched his second 25-lap main event win of the season. Defending PDTR Grand National champion Tyler Kulow of Plymouth collected his first main event win of 2020, while defending PDTR B Mod champ Tim Warner of Fond du Lac claimed his third A-main triumph of the 2020 campaign.

In the 25-lap PDTR Sprint Car headliner, 28-year veteran Tony Wondra of Campbellsport jumped out to the early lead from the pole position while 2017 PDTR 360 Sprint Car champion Brandon McMullen of Oshkosh grabbed second on the opening lap.

On lap 6, McMullen ventured up the high groove of the dry slick racing surface to wrestle the top spot away from Wondra. Two laps later, Arenz who started fifth, dove under Wondra to take second.

As the leaders encountered lapped traffic on lap 14, Arenz rapidly closed the gap on McMullen before pouncing with a low move in turn one on lap 15 to take the top spot from the high-riding McMullen.

Once in front, Arenz extended his lead steadily, while skillfully maneuvering his way through lapped traffic to collect his fourth career PDTR 360 Sprint Car A-main victory, 10th career Midwest Sprint Car Association main event triumph and third A-main win of the 2020 season in the non-stop, caution-free race.

McMullen had to settle for second, outside front row starter Justin Erickson of Plymouth finished third, 2011 PDTR 360 Sprint Car champion Ben Schmidt of Howards Grove, who started eighth, placed fourth and Wondra rounded out the top five.

PDTR Late Model point leader Turk Letizia of Waukesha grabbed the lead of the 25-lap A main from the pole on the opening circuit with 2016 PDTR Late Model champion and second starter Tim Buhler of Greenbush second and fourth starter Mark Rose of Dorchester in third.

The lone caution flag of the race appeared on lap 3 after rookie Sawyer Specht of Sheboygan Falls spun in turn three. On the restart, Justin Schmidt moved up from his third starting spot to challenge Rose for third.

Schmidt secured the third spot on lap 4, while Justin Reed of Camp Point, Ill., who started sixth, followed in fourth on lap 6. As the laps wound down with Letizia still leading, Schmidt hit his stride using the high groove to power around Buhler into second on lap 21 in heavy lapped traffic.

With Letizia boxed in behind the slower car of Ted Dolhun Sr. of Franklin on lap 22, Schmidt worked the high line past Letizia into the lead. Once in the lead, Schmidt continued to deal with dense lapped traffic, which allowed Buhler to close slightly over the final circuits.

However, Schmidt held on to notch his 12th career PDTR Late Model A-main victory. Buhler placed second, Letizia finished third, Reed wound up fourth and fifth starter Taylor Scheffler of Waukesha was fifth.

Polesitter Tyler Kulow and outside front row starter Brad Weiss of West Bend dueled side-by-side for the lead during the first two laps of the 25-lap PDTR Grand National A main before Kulow finally surged ahead around the inside groove exiting turn four on lap 2.

On lap 5, fourth starter Luke Scholten of Oostburg and two-time PDTR Grand National champion Don Sorce Jr. of West Allis battled for third in close quarters before Sorce Jr. gained the top with a high move in turn two on lap 7.

Four laps later, eighth starter Aaron Stolp of Milwaukee slipped into third, while Sorce Jr. cut the lead cap on Kulow on lap 16. On lap 23, Stolp took second and pushed hard for the lead over the final two seconds.

Kulow held on to secure his eighth PDTR Grand National A-main victory by a slim one-car length margin over the hard-charging Stolp, who placed second. Sorce Jr. finished third, third starter Steven Weber of Plymouth placed fourth and 81-year-old Dick Hed of Plymouth, who started sixth, finished fifth in the non-stop race.

Polesitter Brandon Knepprath of Kewaskum led the first four laps of the 25-lap B Mod A main before defending PDTR B mod champion Tim Warner of Fond du Lac moved in from his sixth starting spot to pressure Knepprath from the top spot.

On lap 5, Warner worked the high groove to bolt past the low-riding Knepprath in turn four. With Warner in the lead, the action was hot and heavy behind him as eighth starter Barry Maas of Cascade, Brendon Ostrowski of Milwaukee, who starter second, and Justin Bauer of Sheboygan Falls, who started fourth, waged a three-wide duel for third on lap 8.

Bauer emerged with the third position along the inside line before the first of four caution flags appeared on lap 9 for a spin in turn three involving rookie Trevor Frank of Sheboygan.

On the restart, Bauer vaulted his way into second with the high-riding Maas following into third. The second caution was displayed on lap 15 when rookie Jim Fischer of Oostburg spun in turn four.

Bauer and Maas engaged in a spirited battle for second starting on lap 15, which lasted for most of the remainder of the race with Bauer working the low groove and Maas riding the outside lane.

Two more caution flags appeared on lap 18 for a spin involving Phil Campanella of Sheboygan Falls and Rory Welch of Grafton on lap 21.

With less than five laps to go, the final restart the lined up single file per PDTR rules with Bauer surging ahead of Maas for second on lap 21. As the laps wound down, Bauer cut the gap on Warner. However, Warner proved to be too tough as he cruised to his sixth career PDTR B Mod A-main victory.

Bauer placed second, Maas wound up third, Knepprath took fourth and seventh starter Steve Lorier of Sheboygan placed fifth.

Adam Miller of Plymouth won the 15-lap PDTR 360 Sprint Car B main.

The ninth PDTR racing program of the 2020 season, which was sponsored by Hidden Dreams Livestock, drew a total of 74 cars, including 30 PDTR 360 Sprint Cars, 15 Late Models, 14 Grand Nationals and 15 B Mods.

PDTR will resume on Saturday, Aug. 22 with 360 Sprint Car, Late Model, Grand National and B Mod action at The Plymouth Dirt Track at the Sheboygan County Fairgrounds in Plymouth, Wis.

Grandstand gates open at 4:30 p.m. with qualifying at 5:30 p.m. and racing at 6 p.m.

For all remaining 2020 PDTR races, Dennis Darovich of Sheboygan Falls will have his new book “RPM – The Golden Era of Plymouth Dirt Track Racing” for sale under the grandstand.

A portion of the money collected from the sale of the book will be donated to Plymouth Dirt Track Racing.

KRISTINE HARTMANN PLEASANTVIEW REALTY 360 SPRINT CARS HEAT 1 1, Tyler Tischendorf 2, Tony Wondra 3, Justin Erickson 4, Brandon Berth 5, Josh Teunissen 6, Paul Pokorski 7, Doug Wondra 8, Jordan Paulsen. HEAT 2 1, Brandon McMullen 2, Kurt Davis 3, Travis Arenz 4, Anthony Knierim 5, Blake Wondra 6, Chris Clayton 7, Scott Conger 8, Andy Glewen. HEAT 3 1, Jack Vanderboom 2, Nick Daywalt 3, Tyler Brabant 4, Kevin Karnitz 5, Justin Miller 6, Bill Taylor 7, Chris Larson. HEAT 4 1, Ben Schmidt 2, Tim Haddy 3, Lance Fassbender 4, Adam Miller 5, Preston Ruh 6, Austin Hartmann 7, Mike MacFarlane. B MAIN 1, Adam Miller 2, Blake Wondra 3, Paul Pokorski 4, Chris Clayton 5, Josh Teunissen 6, Bill Taylor 7, Preston Ruh 8, Scott Conger 9, Jordan Paulsen 10, Chris Larson 11, Doug Wondra 12, Mike MacFarlane 13, Austin Hartmann 14, Andy Glewen. A MAIN 1, Travis Arenz 2, Brandon McMullen 3, Justin Erickson 4, Ben Schmidt 5, Tony Wondra 6, Tim Haddy 7, Lance Fassbender 8, Kurt Davis 9, Jack Vanderboom 10, Kevin Karnitz 11, Justin Miller 12, Adam Miller 13, Tyler Tischendorf 14, Brandon Berth 15, Anthony Knierim 16, Tyler Brabant 17, Paul Pokorski 18, Nick Daywalt 19, Blake Wondra 20, Bill Taylor 21, Chris Clayton 22, Josh Teunissen.

 

 

Must See Racing Sprint Car Series presented by Engine Pro

LORAIN, Ohio – Jimmy McCune continued his family’s run of dominance in the Must See Racing Sprint Car Series presented by Engine Pro by returning to victory lane Saturday night at Lorain County Speedway.

After being bested by his nephew Anthony during the opening doubleheader at Wisconsin’s Golden Sands Speedway one week earlier, the five-time defending series champion rekindled his traditional dominance by ruling the roost at the third-mile Ohio short track.

McCune took command on lap 15 from polesitter Craig Mintz and led the remaining distance, pulling away down the stretch for his 34th career Must See Racing victory by .888 seconds over Troy DeCaire.

The race marked the third round of the Must See Racing winged sprint car points season, and it was the third feature in a row to go uninterrupted from green to checkered once the first lap was completed.

Mintz, normally a dirt-track mainstay in Ohio, hung on for a strong finish in third. He was trailed by Anthony McCune and local favorite Charlie Schultz.

Sixth through 10th were Kevin Feeney, Joe Speakman, Tom Jewell, Christian Koehler and Jacob Dolinar.

Saturday’s event was an emotional affair, after the passing of longtime Must See Racing sprint regular and past championship runner-up Jerry Caryer in the hours prior to the Lorain County event.

A missing-man salute was performed during the three-wide parade lap in Caryer’s honor.

The Must See Racing Sprint Car Series season continues Sept. 5 with the non-points Pay Less Little 500 at Indiana’s Anderson Speedway. Kody Swanson is the defending champion of the Little 500.

The finish:

1. 88-Jimmy McCune, 2. 36-Troy DeCaire, 3. 11m-Craig Mintz, 4. 8-Anthony McCune, 5. 9s-Charlie Schultz, 6. 6k-Kevin Feeney, 7. 72s-Joe Speakman, 8. 7-Tom Jewell, 9. 10k-Christian Koehler, 10. 13-Jacob Dolinar, 11. 12-Kyle Capodice, 12. 8a-Adam Biltz, 13. 11g-Tom Geren, 14. 51s-Joshua Sexton, 15. 99s-Craig Sharfenberg Jr., 16. 42-Jason Blonde, 17. 26-Jeff Bloom, 18. 85-Rick Holley.

 

 

JACOBS & JAMES CHALK UP 4th WAYNE COUNTY SPEEDWAY WINS; MARKHAM GRABS FIRST CHECKERED FLAG; 2 MORE WINS FOR MOORE

Orrville, Ohio

Saturday, August 15, 2020

By Mike Swanger

Lots of action on the track happened Saturday night at Wayne County Speedway on Santmyer Energy night with the Pine Tree Towing & Recovery Sprints starting the night off with Wooster's Dean Jacobs taking the lead from his outside front row starting spot. The action would come to a stop as the field started the second lap when Steve Butler got sideways and collected Troy Kingan and Dylan Kingan both as Dylan rolled over and landed up right. All three drivers were ok but finished for the night. as the race went back to green, Broc Martin would take second from Chris Myers and start his chase after Jacobs. Henry Malcuit would motor past Myers on the next lap for third as fast qualifier Tyler Street would move into fourth on lap 8. A caution flag would wave on lap nine for sixth running Ricky Peterson and before the race would start back up, the red came out for a fan in the stands. Once the race went back to green and stayed green the rest of the way, Jacobs and his B & B Drain Service, Harbaugh Electronics and Gressman Powersports #9 would hold off Martin and start to pull away as Martin tried every line he could to stay with Jacobs but could not track him down. With his fourth win, Jacobs expands his point lead. Malcuit would end up with a season best third place followed by Street with Jason Dolick taking fifth as he got past Myers on the restart after the red flag. Jacobs and Dolick captured the heat wins.

J R Gentry and Larry Bellman would start the Malcuit Tavern Super Late Model feature on the front row but the field would not get a lap in as Brad Malcuit and Bellman tangled in turn three with Malcuit having to be lifted off the nose of Bellman's car. Both drivers got their spots back with no laps completed. Gentry would grab the lead as the green flag waved with Mike Bores pulling into second. Mitch Caskey would take third on lap three and take second on lap seven on the restart after a caution for Phil Wade. Gentry and Caskey, the fast qualifier, would pull away from the rest of the field with Caskey using different grooves to try and wrestle the lead away from Gentry. At the end of lap 12, Caskey would pull to the infield with mechanical issues and Gentry's lead was more than a straightaway advantage over Bores as Malcuit and Markham dueled for third place during this time. Working lap 20, Gentry would fly off turn two and into the outside retaining tires thanks to a broken ball joint, stopping his chance at the win. Bores would inherit the top spot as Markham was second ahead of Malcuit. Staying on Bores rear bumper, Markham used the high groove in turn two with three circuits to go and power past Bores for the lead and put the Ashland based Beer Barrel, Hickory Hollow Concrete and Terry's Towing #5m into victory lane for the first time this season at WCS. Malcuit would finish third as Shane McLoughlin and Bellman rounded out the top five. Malcuit and Gentry took the heat wins as Damon Haught won the Kar Connection/Accu Force Shocks hard charger award.

Mansfield's Kyle Moore would use the pole position of the McKenzie Concrete Super Stock main and lead all the way but several drivers would not make it easy for Moore. Chase Alexander would start along side Moore and stayed with him until the drive shaft dropped from his car on lap 11 bringing out the caution. On the double file restart, Jordan James would line up beside Moore with points leader Tyler Wiles right behind. Wiles' chance at winning came to a close when a flat tire on the next lap sent him to the pits to get a new one. On the final restart, John Wilson would have a chance at Moore the final two laps but could not get by the Smith Fabricating & Welding, R C Kuhn & Sons and McKenzie Concrete #21d of Moore. Seth Dickerson would get past James with two laps to go to claim third with Brandon Craver taking fifth. Moore would post his third Super Stock win after setting fast time with Alexander and Wilson notching the heat wins.

Moore would come right back out for the Kepling Flooring Modified feature and from his third starting position, would take the lead from Colton Shaw on the second lap and the Moore's Used Tires, Arnold Motorsports and Kepling Flooring #11* would lead all the way but not without some anxious moments. After a caution at the halfway mark for a spun Larry Jarret, Kasey Bereft, who was a late arrival and started last, was up to second and right on Moores rear end. With both drivers racing up against the guardrail in turns one and two, Moore would bounce off of it in turn two but Bereft could not take advantage of the miscue of Moore and would have to settle for second. Shaw would finish up third with Denny Benjamin and Robbie Ledger filled out the top five. For Moore, he would set fast time and win his heat along with his fifth Modified win at "Orrville's Historic Oval", giving him eight wins total. Shaw won the other heat race.

For the JoyRide Transport Mini Stocks feature, it was a beat and bang type of race for every position during the 12 lap event. Doug Hensel would set the pace early on with Cory Staley in second as Johnny Bruce Sr. Jordan James, Jolene Voshel and Ryan Carder al racing for third and changing places on each lap. Staley would receive some damage on lap four and would affect his finish as Bruce and James put pressure on Hensel for the lead. With three laps remaining, James would take second, pull alongside Hensel and take the lead coming out of turn four as the white flag waved. Carder would move past Bruce for third and as the checkered flew for James, Hensel and Carder made contact with each other and both would cross the finish line sideways and finish second and third. Bruce took fourth followed by Voshel. For James of Loudonville, it would be his fourth straight win aboard the Troutman Kutz N Kennel, Brad's Auto Body and Ugly Duck Bar & Grill #83. Heat winners were Staley, James and Voshel with Bobby Searls pocketing the last chance race.

Along with winning the features, Dean Jacobs won a drum of methanol from Santmyer Energy and both Ryan Markham and Kyle Moore won a drum of race gas thanks to Sunoco Race Fuels.

Racing action continues next Saturday night, August 22 with the OVSCA Sprints returning for their third visit to Wayne County Speedway along with the Malcuit Tavern Super Late Models, the McKenzie Concrete Super Stocks and the JoyRide Transport Mini Stocks plus another Kid's bike races will be held. Gates open at 3 pm and racing at 7pm.

WAYNE COUNTY SPEEDWAY RESULTS

Saturday, August 15, 2020

PINE TREE TOWING & RECOVERY SPRINTS

Fast Qualifier Tyler Street 15.292 seconds

Heat 1 Dean Jacobs, Tyler Street, Ricky Peterson, Steve Butler, Jordan Ryan, Danny Mumaw, Ray Miller, Wyatt Zimmerman

Heat 2 Jason Dolick, Broc Martin, Chris Myers, Henry Malcuit, Troy Kingan, Duane Zablocki, Dylan Kingan, Danial Burkhart

Feature Dean Jacobs, Broc Martin, Henry Malcuit, Tyler Street, Jason Dolick, Chris Myers, Jordan Ryan, Danny Mumaw, Danial Burkhart, Wyatt Zimmerman, Ray Miller, Duane Zablocki, Ricky Peterson, Steve Butler, Troy Kingan, Dylan Kingan

MALCUIT TAVERN SUPER LATE MODELS

Fast Qualifier Mitch Caskey 17.015 seconds

Heat 1 Brad Malcuit, Mitch Caskey, Dave Hornikel, Mike Bores, Craig Hartong, Jerry Aber, Hiram Bachmann, Jason Skelly, Damon Haught

Heat 2 J R Gentry, Ryan Markham, Larry Bellman, Shane McLoughlin, Wes Morrison, Jason Henderson, Phil Wade, Keith Tish

Feature Ryan Markham, Mike Bores, Brad Malcuit, Shane McLoughlin, Larry Bellman, Dave Hornikel, Jerry Aber, Craig Hartong, Damon Haught, J R Gentry, Phil Wade, Wes Morrison, Jason Henderson, Mitch Caskey, Jason Skelly, Keith Tish, Hiram Bachmann

MCKENZIE CONCRETE SUPER STOCKS

Fast Qualifier Kyle Moore 19.611 seconds

Heat 1 Chase Alexander, Kyle Moore, Don Baney, Tyler Wiles, Jeff Lanham, Gary McGregor, Justin Lorentz, Virgil Masters, Curt Zimmerman dns

Heat 2 John Wilson, Seth Dickerson, Jordan James, Brandon Craver, Don Rutt, Mark Baier, Dave Uhler, Paul McVicker, Andrew Carpenter

Feature Kyle Moore, John Wilson, Seth Dickerson, Jordan James, Brandon Craver, Don Rutt, Don Baney, Gary McGregor, Jeff Lanham, Tyler Wiles, Justin Lorentz, Paul McVicker, Dave Uhler, Virgil Masters, Andrew Carpenter, Chase Alexander, Curt Zimmerman, Mark Baier

KEPLING FLOORING MODIFIEDS

Fast Qualifier Kyle Moore 18.383 seconds

Heat 1 Kyle Moore, Robbie Ledger, Denny Benjamin, Jerry Adkins, Bruce Miller, Cody Basinger

Heat 2 Colton Shaw, Larry Jarrett, Rick Mardis, Jason King, Mitchell Lam, Richard Grogg, Kasey Bereft dns

Feature Kyle Moore, Kasey Bereft, Colton Shaw, Denny Benjamin, Robbie Ledger, Mitchell Lam, Bruce Miller, Richard Grogg, Jerry Adkins, Larry Jarrett, Jason King, Rick Mardis, Cody Basinger

JOYRIDE TRANSPORT MINI STOCKS

Heat 1 Cory Staley, Doug Hensel, Kevin Markey, Dustin Bedlion, Stephen Crowe, Bobby Searls, Steven Lester, Clayton Evans

Heat 2 Jordan James, Johnny Bruce Sr., Dakota Graciani, Ryan Carder, Kyle Noel, Brian Butler, Wes Staley, Matt Hensel

Heat 3 Jolene Voshel, Brent Boreman, Anthony Collins, David Keagy, John Louis, Jon Gamery, Zach Myers, Ryan Abel

'B'Main Bobby Searls, Jon Gamery, Zach Myers, Steven Lester, Ryan Abel, Clayton Evans, Brian Butler, Wes Staley, Matt Hensel dns

Feature Jordan James, Doug Hensel, Ryan Carder, Johnny Bruce Sr., Jolene Voshel, Brent Boreman, Dustin Bedlion, Kevin Markey, Dakota Graciani, Bobby Searls, Anthony Collins, Cory Staley, John Louis, Jon Gamery, Ryan Abel, Steven Lester, Kyle Noel, Zach Myers, David Keagy, Stephen Crowe

 

 

Zach Blurton Victorious on Final Night of Bob Salem Memorial with United Rebel Sprint Series

OBERLIN, Kansas (August 15, 2020) – Twenty-seven cars were on hand with the Mel Hambelton Ford Racing Lucas Oil POWRi United Rebel Sprint Series for the final night of the Bob Salem Memorial. Drivers took to the 3/8-mile dirt track on Saturday night and Quinter, Kansas’ Zach Blurton swept the night.

Heat races were won by Zach Blurton, Monty Ferriera, Koby Walters, and JD Johnson. A 12-lap B-Feature transferred eight to the feature event: Kyler Johnson, Todd Plemons, Willie Wynn, Alexander Ort, Taylor Velasquez, Mark Walinder, Darren Berry, and Dalton Webb.

Lincoln, Nebraska’s Monty Ferriera and Liberal, Kansas’ Koby Walters set the pace for the 25-lap feature event on Saturday night. Ferriera took off with the early lead over Walters, JD Johnson, and Jeremy Huish. Ferriera stretched the lead to about eight car-lengths before slipping off of the track in turn four, passing the lead position to Walters. JD Johnson and Jeremy Huish set eyes on the race lead while Blurton moved up to fourth.

A handful of laps later, second and third place runners of Jeremy Huish and JD Johnson would spin simultaneously in turns three and four. Johnson hit the outside wall, causing extensive damage and was unable to restart. Walters, Blurton, and Jed Werner would restart in the top-three with 12 laps in the books.

Walters stuck to the bottom of one and two and top of three and four to hold onto the lead of lap 13. Lap 14 found Blurton riding around the top of turn two to get past Walters for the lead while Ferriera worked his way back into the fourth place running position. Blurton would sneak away with the lead over Walters navigating through lapped traffic. Kyler Johnson would spin with 10 laps remaining, bringing out the caution.

Blurton took off with the lead on the restart while Jake Martens advanced to third over Jed Werner. Monty Ferriera and Jed Werner battled for fourth for several laps before Ferriera prevailed with the position. Martens advanced to second with two laps remaining. Blurton went on to sneak around lapped traffic to claim the final night of the Bob Salem Memorial with the United Rebel Sprint Series.

Jake Martens, Koby Walters, Monty Ferriera, and Jed Werner rounded out the top-five on Saturday night. The Keizer Aluminum Wheels hard-charger was awarded to Pampa, Texas’ Alexander Ort, starting 16th and finishing 8th.

A-Feature: 1) Zach Blurton, 2) Jake Martens, 3) Koby Walters, 4) Monty Ferriera, 5) Jed Werner, 6) Shane Sundquist, 7) Buddy Tubbs, 8) Alexander Ort, 9) Todd Plemons, 10) Jeremy Huish, 11) Kyler Johnson, 12) Nate Berry, 13) Willie Wynn, 14) Dalton Webb, 15) Mark Walinder, 16) Scott Cochran, 17) Aaron Ploussard, 18) Taylor Velasquez, 19) Darren Berry, 20) JD Johnson

B-Feature: 1) Kyler Johnson, 2) Todd Plemons, 3) Willie Wynn, 4) Alexander Ort, 5) Taylor Velasquez, 6) Mark Walinder, 7) Darren Berry, 8) Dalton Webb, 9) Tom Belsky, 10) Brady Skrdlant, 11) Chad Salem, 12) Jody Reeves, 13) Pat McVicker, 14) John Webster, 15) Howard Van Dyke

Heat 1: 1) Zach Blurton, 2) Jeremy Huish, 3) Jake Martens, 4) Kyler Johnson, 5) Chad Salem, 6) Tom Belsky, 7) Taylor Velasquez

Heat 2: 1) Monty Ferriera, 2) Aaron Ploussard, 3) Scott Cochran, 4) Mark Walinder, 5) Todd Plemons, 6) Darren Berry, 7) Jody Reeves

Heat 3: 1) Koby Walters, 2) Jed Werner, 3) Willie Wynn, 4) Alexander Ort, 5) Dalton Webb, 6) Pat McVicker, 7) Brady Skrdlant

Heat 4: 1) JD Johnson, 2) Buddy Tubbs, 3) Nate Berry, 4) Shane Sundquist, 5) John Webster, 6) Howard Van Dyke

 

 

Henry scores FAST Fremont win; Roepke tames 305 sprints, McCaughey earns 4th truck victory

Saturday, Aug. 15, 2020

Contact: Brian Liskai

Liskai2x@roadrunner.com

By Brian Liskai

FREMONT, Ohio – Cap Henry has been the hottest sprint car driver in Ohio this season but for some reason has struggled at Fremont Speedway. He put an end to that issue Saturday, Aug. 15 on American Powersports Night, leading all 30 laps of the Ti22 Performance FAST on Dirt feature for his first win of the season at “The Track That Action Built” aboard his Lane Racing machine.

Over all it was Henry’s eighth 410 sprint car win of the season – 5 at Attica Raceway Park and a pair at Wayne County Speedway to go with his Fremont victory. It was Henry’s 11th career win at Fremont.

“It started last week. Zack Meyers did his homework all week long and bounced ideas off his dad. He had this thing pretty good. I kind of messed things up in qualifying for us but he gave me a real good car the rest of the night. The limited amount of races we’ve gotten to run and to win this many times is super special and shows you how much Zack and Brett and Jim put into this. It’s a family team and it’s fun to have this much success,” said Henry beside his Dragons Milk White, New Holland Spirits, Beer Barrel Bourbon, FK Rod Ends, Wings Unlimited, Kistler Engines, J&J Auto Racing, Linder’s Speed Equipment, Simpson, Ballistic Designs, Big D’s Pizza, Lead Head Water Fowl, Geck Electric, Nemesis Designs backed #4.

Elmore, Ohio’s Alvin Roepke and Fremont, Ohio’s Paul Weaver put on a show in the 25 lap Fremont Federal Credit Union 305 Sprint feature, Roepke took the lead from Jimmy McGrath on lap two, surrendered the top spot to Weaver on lap 22 but drove under him to regain the lead a lap later and went on to his second feature win of the season.

“I couldn’t do this without my brother Danny and all the help he and Ken provide. I probably gave one away last week when I hit that tractor tire but this makes up for it,” said Roepke beside his Napa Auto Parts, Crown Battery, Woodville Mutual, Computer Man, Darmofal Racing sponsored #99.

The only two drivers to win Burmeister Trophy Dirt Truck features at Fremont Speedway in 2020 battled it out again in the 20 lap feature Saturday and when the dust settled, Toledo, Ohio’s Cory McCaughey held off rival Shawn Valenti for his fourth win of the season.

“What a birthday present! I can’t thank all my guys enough for all the hard work they put in this deal,” said McCaughey beside his KC Engineering, Ron Miller Race cars, DAS Motors backed #911.

Henry and DJ Foos brought the field to green for the Fort Ball Pizza Palace 410 Sprint A-main with Henry taking the advantage over Foos, Trey Jacobs, Nate Dussel and Greg Wilson. After an opening lap caution – the only one in the 30-lap affair - Henry and Foos pulled away from the field as Jacobs and Wilson battled hard for third with Dussel, Stuart Brubaker, Mitch Harble, Tyler Gunn and John Ivy in pursuit.

The leaders encountered heavy lapped traffic by lap 10 and Foos closed slightly on Henry with Jacobs continuing to hold off the advances of Wilson for third while Dussel and Ivy battled for fifth.

With 10 laps to go Henry had made some bold moves in lapped traffic and was able to put several between himself and Foos while Wilson was finally able to wrestle the third spot from Jacobs.

Henry drove the rest of the way unchallenged for the victory with Foos, Wilson, Ivy and Jacobs rounding out the top five.

McGrath and Roepke brought the field to green for the 25 lap 305 A-main with McGrath gaining the slight advantage over Roepke, Rich Farmer, Jamie Miller, Paul Weaver and Shawn Valenti. Roepke drove under McGrath on the second circuit to take the lead.

Following a caution on lap four, Roepke led McGrath, Farmer, Miller, Valenti and Weaver. Weaver took fourth on lap five and battled with Farmer several laps before moving into third on lap nine.

Roepke built a 2.2 second lead with 10 laps scored while McGrath and Weaver battle for second with Farmer and Miller giving chase. Farmer’s great run came to an end on lap 13 when he flipped, with Larry Kingseed Jr. also getting upside down. Both were uninjured. On the restart Roepke now had company in the form of Weaver who continually raced to his outside.

The battle for third also heated up involving McGrath, Valenti and Miller while 12th starter Seth Schneider moved into challenge. Weaver finally got around Roepke to complete lap 22 but Roepke dove under him in turn two to regain the top spont with three laps to go.

Roepke worked through traffic and drove to the win over Weaver, Valenti, Schneider and Miller.

The front row of Jim Holcomb and McCaughey battled side by side for the lead at the start of the dirt truck feature with Holcomb leading the first two laps. McCaughey drove around Holcomb for the top spot on lap three with Valenti moving into third with Kent Brewer and Kyle Lagrou giving chase.

A lap four caution kept the field close with Valenti moving into second and driving under McCaughey lap after lap. A final caution fell on lap 15 and McCaughey got an excellen restart and steadily pulled away the last 10 laps for the win with Valenti, Holcomb, Jamie Miller and Keith Sorg rounding out the top five.

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Fremont Speedway

Saturday, Aug. 15, 2020

American Powersports Night

410 Sprints – Fort Ball Pizza Palace

Qualifying

1.1-Nate Dussel, 14.590; 2.68G-Tyler Gunn, 14.614; 3.16-DJ Foos, 14.791; 4.22M-Dan McCarron, 14.798; 5.2+-Brian Smith, 14.877; 6.5R-Byron Reed, 14.991; 7.21N-Frankie Nervo, 15.100; 8.3J-Trey Jacobs, 15.128; 9.4-Cap Henry, 15.129; 10.9G-Cody Gardener, 15.153; 11.35-Stuart Brubaker, 15.246; 12.15-Mitch Harble, 15.252; 13.77I-John Ivy, 15.323; 14.W20-Greg Wilson, 15.329; 15.22B-Ryan Broughton, 15.338; 16.2L-Landon Lalonde, 15.469; 17.14-Chad Wilson, 15.479; 18.4T-Josh Turner, 15.495; 19.5-Jordan Harble, 15.551; 20.33W-Caleb Griffith, 15.630; 21.7T-Troy Vaccaro, 15.712;

Heat 1 - (8 Laps)

1. 16-DJ Foos[2] ; 2. 1-Nate Dussel[4] ; 3. 68G-Tyler Gunn[3] ; 4. 22M-Dan McCarron[1] ; 5. 2+-Brian Smith[5] ; 6. 5R-Byron Reed[6] ; 7. 21N-Frankie Nervo[7]

Heat 2 - (8 Laps)

1. 4-Cap Henry[3] ; 2. 15-Mitch Harble[1] ; 3. 9G-Cody Gardener[2] ; 4. 3J-Trey Jacobs[4] ; 5. 2L-Landon Lalonde[5] ; 6. 5-Jordan Harble[6] ; 7. 7T-Troy Vaccaro[7]

Heat 3 - (8 Laps)

1. W20-Greg Wilson[2] ; 2. 35-Stuart Brubaker[4] ; 3. 22B-Ryan Broughton[1] ; 4. 77I-John Ivy[3] ; 5. 14-Chad Wilson[5] ; 6. 33W-Caleb Griffith[7] ; 7. 4T-Josh Turner[6]

A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)

1. 4-Cap Henry[1] ; 2. 16-DJ Foos[2] ; 3. W20-Greg Wilson[4] ; 4. 77I-John Ivy[12] ; 5. 3J-Trey Jacobs[3] ; 6. 68G-Tyler Gunn[8] ; 7. 1-Nate Dussel[5] ; 8. 35-Stuart Brubaker[6] ; 9. 2+-Brian Smith[13] ; 10. 9G-Cody Gardener[9] ; 11. 22B-Ryan Broughton[10] ; 12. 15-Mitch Harble[7] ; 13. 22M-Dan McCarron[11] ; 14. 14-Chad Wilson[15] ; 15. 21N-Frankie Nervo[19] ; 16. 5-Jordan Harble[17] ; 17. 4T-Josh Turner[21] ; 18. 2L-Landon Lalonde[14] ; 19. 5R-Byron Reed[16] ; 20. 7T-Troy Vaccaro[20] ; 21. 33W-Caleb Griffith[18]

Hard Charger: 77i-John Ivy +8

305 Sprints - Fremont Federal Credit Union

Qualifying

1.26-Jamie Miller, 14.857; 2.99-Alvin Roepke, 15.261; 3.1W-Paul Weaver, 15.293; 4.12F-Matt Foos, 15.338; 5.1H-Zeth Sabo, 15.525; 6.3V-Chris Verda, 15.549; 7.21-Larry Kingseed JR, 15.598; 8.29-Rich Farmer, 15.621; 9.75-Jerry Dahms, 15.621; 10.11G-Luke Griffith, 15.631; 11.3X-Brandon Riehl, 15.668; 12.85-Shawn Valenti, 15.727; 13.Z10-Brandon Moore, 15.735; 14.19R-Steve Rando, 15.784; 15.36-Seth Schneider, 15.824; 16.51-Garrett Craine, 15.897; 17.X-Mike Keegan, 15.956; 18.5Jr-Jimmy McGrath Jr, 16.004; 19.9-Logan Riehl, 16.092; 20.47-Matt Lucius, 16.152; 21.X15-Kasey Ziebold, 16.175; 22.19-George Dorsey, 17.070;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 1W-Paul Weaver[3] ; 2. 21-Larry Kingseed JR[2] ; 3. 19R-Steve Rando[6] ; 4. 99-Alvin Roepke[4] ; 5. 3X-Brandon Riehl[5] ; 6. X-Mike Keegan[8] ; 7. 51-Garrett Craine[7] ; 8. 75-Jerry Dahms[1]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 11G-Luke Griffith[2] ; 2. 85-Shawn Valenti[1] ; 3. 5Jr-Jimmy McGrath Jr[5] ; 4. 47-Matt Lucius[7] ; 5. 3V-Chris Verda[3] ; 6. 1H-Zeth Sabo[4] ; 7. 9-Logan Riehl[6]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 26-Jamie Miller[4] ; 2. Z10-Brandon Moore[1] ; 3. 29-Rich Farmer[2] ; 4. 36-Seth Schneider[5] ; 5. 12F-Matt Foos[3] ; 6. X15-Kasey Ziebold[6] ; 7. 19-George Dorsey[7] ; 8. 6-Jimmie Ward[8]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 99-Alvin Roepke[2] ; 2. 1W-Paul Weaver[7] ; 3. 85-Shawn Valenti[5] ; 4. 36-Seth Schneider[12] ; 5. 26-Jamie Miller[4] ; 6. 5Jr-Jimmy McGrath Jr[1] ; 7. 19R-Steve Rando[8] ; 8. Z10-Brandon Moore[6] ; 9. X-Mike Keegan[16] ; 10. 3V-Chris Verda[14] ; 11. 12F-Matt Foos[15] ; 12. 9-Logan Riehl[20] ; 13. 11G-Luke Griffith[10] ; 14. X15-Kasey Ziebold[18] ; 15. 3X-Brandon Riehl[13] ; 16. 47-Matt Lucius[11] ; 17. 19-George Dorsey[21] ; 18. 51-Garrett Craine[19] ; 19. 29-Rich Farmer[3] ; 20. 21-Larry Kingseed JR[9] ; 21. 1H-Zeth Sabo[17] ; 22. 6-Jimmie Ward[22]

Hard Charger: 36-Seth Schneider +8

Dirt Trucks - Burmeister Trophy

Heat 1 - (8 Laps)

1. 16-Jim Holcomb[3] ; 2. 7B-Shawn Valenti[4] ; 3. 17x-Dustin Keegan[1] ; 4. 6-Steve Sabo[8] ; 5. 27-Calob Crispen[7] ; 6. 32H-Dan Hennig[2] ; 7. 14T-Cody Truman[6] ; 8. 11-Austin Gibson[5]

Heat 2 - (8 Laps)

1. 911-Cory Mccaughey[4] ; 2. 4M-Jamie Miller[2] ; 3. 8KB-Kent Brewer[3] ; 4. 33-Jeff Ward[6] ; 5. 67-Ben Clapp[5] ; 6. 78-Austin Black [8] ; 7. 75-Adam Dible[1] ; 8. 7H-JT Horn[7]

Heat 3 - (8 Laps)

1. 26-Kyle Lagrou[2] ; 2. 4s-Keith Sorg[4] ; 3. 1-John Brooks[8] ; 4. P51-Paul Brown JR[3] ; 5. 7X-Dana Frey[7] ; 6. 93B-Bryce Black[6] ; 7. 1x-Patrick Pinkston[1] ; 8. 51W-Thomas Anderson[5]

A-Main 1 - (20 Laps)

1. 911-Cory Mccaughey[2] ; 2. 7B-Shawn Valenti[6] ; 3. 16-Jim Holcomb[1] ; 4. 4M-Jamie Miller[7] ; 5. 4s-Keith Sorg[9] ; 6. 26-Kyle Lagrou[3] ; 7. 67-Ben Clapp[14] ; 8. 1-John Brooks[12] ; 9. 7X-Dana Frey[15] ; 10. 6-Steve Sabo[10] ; 11. 27-Calob Crispen[13] ; 12. 17x-Dustin Keegan[4] ; 13. 1x-Patrick Pinkston[21] ; 14. P51-Paul Brown JR[11] ; 15. 78-Austin Black [17] ; 16. 75-Adam Dible[20] ; 17. 14T-Cody Truman[19] ; 18. 7H-JT Horn[22] ; 19. 8KB-Kent Brewer[8] ; 20. 93B-Bryce Black[18] ; 21. 33-Jeff Ward[5] ; 22. 32H-Dan Hennig[16] ; 23. 11-Austin Gibson[23]

Hard Charger: 67-Ben Clapp +7

 

 

Nebraska’s Tyler Drueke Sweeps Night One of Bob Salem Memorial with United Rebel Sprint Series

OBERLIN, Kansas (August 14, 2020) – The Lucas Oil POWRi United Rebel Sprint Series Presented by Mel Hambelton Ford Racing headed to the western-Kansas 3/8-mile of Oberlin Speedway on Friday for night one of the Bob Salem Memorial. With 31 cars on hand, Eagle, Nebraska’s Tyler Drueke was dominant throughout the night’s events, sweeping the heat race win and the 25-lap feature event.

Tyler Drueke, Jake Martens, Zach Blurton, and JD Johnson all claimed heat race wins on Friday night. Two B-Feature events were completed on Friday. Taylor Velasquez, Koby Walters, Willie Wynn, and Tom Belsky were the transfers from the first B-Feature, and Stu Snyder, Alexander Ort, Cale Cozad, and Buddy Tubbs were the transfers from the second B-Feature event.

Scott Cochran and Tyler Drueke set the pace for the 25-lap feature event. The race got off to a rocky start with the red flag being displayed on the first start for Cale Cozad who got collected with Jed Werner and Nate Berry. The restart would display another red flag for Taylor Velasquez getting upside down in turn four, also collecting John Webster. Both drivers were okay.

The third restart saw competitors able to get in a couple laps as Drueke took off with the lead around the top. JD Johnson and Zach Blurton would also get past Cochran before Stu Snyder slowed around the top of turn two, bringing out the caution. Snyder would restart at the tail of the field. The restart would find Blurton with a dive to the bottom to challenge Drueke for the lead but Drueke would sail around the top and continue the race lead. Blurton passed Johnson for second. On lap 5, Jeremy Huish moved past Johnson for third.

Lap 7 saw another caution as Scott Cochran spun to a stop in turn four. Drueke, Blurton, Huish, Johnson, and Jake Martens would remain the top-five on the restart. Jeremy Huish found a fine line on the bottom to get past Blurton for second while Tyler Drueke stretched out his lead. Blurton remained on the top to get back past Huish for second. On lap 20, Kyler Johnson would spin in turn four bringing out the final caution of the night. Huish challenged Blurton again for the second position, but Blurton would prevail.

Tyler Drueke went on to win night one of the Bob Salem Memorial at Oberlin Speedway with the United Rebel Sprint Series. Zach Blurton, Jeremy Huish, JD Johnson, and Jake Martens rounded out the top-five finishers of the feature event. Peyton, Colorado’s Buddy Tubbs was awarded the Keizer Aluminum Wheels hard-charger on Friday night with a charge from the 20th starting position to finish 11th.

Up next for the Lucas Oil POWRi United Rebel Sprint Series Presented by Mel Hambelton Ford Racing is night two of the Bob Salem Memorial at Oberlin Speedway on Saturday, August 15. Racing will begin at 7PM and will also be live on IMCA.TV

A-Feature (25 laps): 1) Tyler Drueke, 2) Zach Blurton, 3) Jeremy Huish, 4) JD Johnson, 5) Jake Martens, 6) Shane Sundquist, 7) Monty Ferriera, 8) Koby Walters, 9) Stu Snyder, 10) Jed Werner, 11) Buddy Tubbs, 12) Kyler Johnson, 13) Alexander Ort, 14) Tom Belsky, 15) Willie Wynn, 16) John Webster, 17) Scott Cochran, 18) Taylor Velasquez, 19) Cale Cozad, 20) Nate Berry

B-Feature 1: 1) Taylor Velasquez, 2) Koby Walters, 3) Willie Wynn, 4) Tom Belsky, 5) Todd Plemons, 6) Darren Berry, 7) Dalton Webb, 8) Jody Reeves, 9) Ross Essenburg, 10) Howard Van Dyke

B-Feature 2: 1) Stu Snyder, 2) Alexander Ort, 3) Cale Cozad, 4) Buddy Tubbs, 5) Mark Walinder, 6) Brady Skrdlant, 7) Aaron Ploussard, 8) Chad Salem, 9) Pat McVicker

Heat 1: 1) Tyler Drueke, 2) Jeremy Huish, 3) Taylor Velasquez, 4) Kyler Johnson, 5) Stu Snyder, 6) Buddy Tubbs, 7) Chad Salem, 8) Pat McVicker

Heat 2: 1) Jake Martens, 2) Nate Berry, 3) Monty Ferriera, 4) Tom Belsky, 5) Willie Wynn, 6) Ross Essenburg, 7) Jody Reeves, 8) Darren Berry

Heat 3: 1) Zach Blurton, 2) Jed Werner, 3) Alexander Ort, 4) Shane Sundquist, 5) Cale Cozad, 6) Mark Walinder, 7) Brady Skrdlant, 8) Howard Van Dyke

Heat 4: 1) JD Johnson, 2) John Webster, 3) Scott Cochran, 4) Todd Plemons, 5) Koby Walters, 6) Dalton Webb, 7) Aaron Ploussard

 

 

Meseraull, Losh, Bradley and Headley

Win ‘Mid-Summer Showdown’ Features

Friday at Gas City I-69 Speedway

GAS CITY, Ind., Aug. 15 – Defending track champion Thomas Meseraull of Waveland, Ind. became the first repeat winner of the year in the non-wing sprint car division at Gas City I-69 Speedway Friday night, although his wire-to-wire victory in the 25-lap feature came in a different car than the one he used to win here on July 10.

Derek Losh of Renssalaer, Ind. recorded his fifth 20-lap modified feature victory of the season at the Grant County quarter-mile dirt oval during the “Mid-Summer Showdown.”

Bill Bradley of Van Buren, Ind. surprised Andy Bishop of Gas City by passing him to the outside in Turn 2 on the last lap to win the 15-lap street stock feature. It was Bradley’s second street stock feature win of the year here, while Bishop has three feature victories at Gas City this season.

It was a familiar smiling face in victory lane following the 15-lap hornet feature, as James Headley of Marion, Ind. posted his fifth victory in the six hornet features that have been run at Gas City so far in 2020.

Brock Meyer, lead pastor of Fairmount (Ind.) Friends Church, led all four laps of the “Faster Pastor” school bus race during intermission. Jared Webb, assistant pastor of Lakeview Wesleyan Church in Marion, Ind. finished second. Kevin Greenlee, senior minister of Unity Christian Church in Marion, placed third, while James McKinnie, the men’s program minister for the Grand County Rescue Mission in Marion, was fourth.

Meyer won a $500 donation to his church and a trophy for his victory. Another $500 donation went to McKinnie for having the loudest and most enthusiastic fans.

Meseraull started third in the 20-car sprint car feature in the Don Whitney Racing No. 00 sponsored by Ultracell, Physical Medicine Consultants and Pro Strip. He took the lead by dipping under polesitter Tye Mihocko of Phoenix, Ariz. in Turn 4 coming down to complete the first lap.

By lap three Kevin Thomas Jr. of Cullman, Ala., who started beside Meseraull, was second and Brady Bacon, a native of Broken Arrow, Okla., who currently lives in Winchester, Ind., had advanced from seventh to third. They chased Meseraull the rest of the way to no avail and finished in those positions.

The top trio kept to basically the same line through Turns 1 and 2 during the race. Thomas, in the No. 9K DRC/Speedway Chevy sponsored by Dr. Pepper, McDonalds and Senter Farms, and Bacon, in the Longworth Equipment Co. No. 410, experimented with the low side in Turns 3 and 4 several times, but neither could find anything to give them an advantage.

Mihocko finished fourth while Matt Westfall of Pleasant Hill, Ohio, who won here on July 17, came from 13th to finish fifth followed by Carson Short of Marion, Ill.

Chase Jones of Indianapolis was the hard charger, as he bettered his starting position by 13 spots. He started 20th and finished seventh. Brayden Fox of Avon, Ind.; Dallas Hewitt of Fletcher, Ohio and Cody White of Fremont, Ohio rounded out the top 10.

Jones, a student at the Kelley School of Business at IUPUI, earned an extra $100 from A.J. and Matt Brookmyer for being the race’s hard charger. His No. 11ag is a Spike chassis with a Foxco engine that is sponsored by Gray Auto, Leary Shock Technology and Bell Helmets.

The Brookmyers also awarded a Hoosier right-rear tire to the first sprint car non-qualifier. Since there were two B-mains on Friday there were two of them, and the tires went to Billy Cribbs of Muncie, Ind. and Evan Mosley of Lapel, Ind.

Meseraull was never seriously threatened despite six restarts that allowed his rivals to draw near. Three of them occurred with three laps down. The first was for a spin in Turn 3 by Jones. The second flew when nine-time Interstate Racing Association (IRA) champion Bill Balog of Hartland, Wis.; J.J. Hughes of Indianapolis and Tyler Kendall of Greenfield, Ind. got together between Turns 3 and 4. The third was when Adam Byrkett of Burnettsville, Ind. and Dustin Ingle of Lima, Ohio spun in Turn 2.

Hughes got airborne but didn’t flip in Turn 3 with seven laps down, and his car left the track on the back of a wrecker. Max Adams of Loomis, Calif. stopped on the frontstretch near Turn 4 with 12 laps down while he was running sixth. Ricky Lewis of Ventura, Calif., who qualified through winning the first B-main, was running sixth when he spun high in Turn 4 with 16 laps down.

Losh started third in the modified feature, took the lead from polesitter Tony Anderson of Lima, Ohio on the second lap, and marched on to victory. He had a half-straightaway lead by lap eight and was lapping the rear of the field by lap 13. Anderson was about a straightaway behind Losh at the checkered flag. Defending track modified champion Scott Orr of Columbia City, Ind. was third. Dylan Woodling of Warsaw, Ind. started tenth but finished fourth. Cole Sink of Fort Wayne, Ind. rounded out the top five.

Superior Sales and Service, Aggressive, R & R Transmission, Rensselaer Iron and Metal and Talbert Manufacturing sponsor Losh’s No. 21.

Bradley’s last-lap charge by Bishop in the street stock feature was the closest finish among the main events. Bradley’s family-owned No. 22 is sponsored by Ryan’s Auto Service, Erv’s Card Shack, Frank Bennett and Shrout’s Towing and Recovery.

Jordan Conover of Forest, Ohio ran in second place behind Bishop only to spin between Turns 3 and 4 working lap five. Although he had to go to the back for the restart, he rebounded to finish third. Jeffery Jessup of Union City, Ind. and Larry Persinger of Marion, Ind. rounded out the top five.

Headley followed the rear of his son’s No. 00 for the first five laps of the hornet feature but took the lead when Headley Jr. got off track on the backstretch and dropped to fifth, right before Brandon Lines of Marion, Ind. brought out a yellow after stopping on the frontstretch.

That gave second to Cordell Moore of Versailles, Ind. and third to Kolton Sollars of LaFontaine, Ind.

On the restart Headley Jr. spun into the infield and then called it a night. Headley had a half-straightaway lead over Moore at the checkered. Sollars finished third followed by Brady Hines of Denver, Ind. and Charlie Teegarden of Upland, Ind.

Despite a program featuring 84 race cars, including 34 sprints, there were no flips, although a few competitors did get airborne. The well-run show concluded a little before 11 p.m.

The track’s “Night of Destruction” originally slated for today, Saturday, Aug. 15, has been postponed until next year.

Teams trying to find that extra bit of speed will have the opportunity to participate in a “test and tune” session on Wednesday, Aug. 19 before the Dale Korporal’s Candy Man Classic next Friday night, Aug. 21. Non-wing sprint car drivers will compete in twin 20-lap features for a total purse of $20,000 that night. Modifieds, street stocks and hornets will share the billing.

The complete schedule for 2020 is on the track’s website at GasCityI69Speedway.com. Fans and competitors can also follow it on Twitter: @GasCitySpeedway; Instagram: @GasCitySpeedway and Facebook: GasCitySpeedwayOnTheGas.

Gas City I-69 Speedway is located on State Road 22, approximately a half-mile west of I-69, exit 259.

The results:

Non-Wing Sprint Heat 1 (8 laps, 4 transferred): 1. Tye Mihocko, 2. Cole Ketcham, 3. Brayden Fox, 4. Matt Westfall, 5. Billy Cribbs, 6. Damon Cooley, 7. Ricky Lewis, 8. Brian Vaughn, 9. Cooper Welch (DNS).

Non-Wing Sprint Heat 2 (8 laps, 4 transferred): 1. Tyler Kendall, 2. J.J. Hughes, 3. Adam Byrkett, 4. Cody White, 5. Dallas Hewitt, 6. Jack James, 7. Evan Mosley, 8. Jordan Paulsen, 9. Robert Brown.

Non-Wing Sprint Heat 3 (8 laps, 4 transferred): 1. Kevin Thomas Jr., 2. Brady Bacon, 3. Bill Balog, 4. Dustin Ingle, 5. Aaron Davis, 6. Anthony D’Alessio, 7. Natalie Klemko, 8. Paul Dues.

Non-Wing Sprint Heat 4 (8 laps, 4 transferred): 1. Thomas Meseraull, 2. Carson Short, 3. Max Adams, 4. Sterling Cling, 5. Chase Jones, 6. Max Guilford, 7. Zack Pretorius, 8. Brayden Clark.

Non-Wing Sprint B-Main 1 (10 laps, 2 transferred): 1. Ricky Lewis, 2. Anthony D’Alessio, 3. Billy Cribbs, 4. Paul Dues, 5. Aaron Davis, 6. Brian Vaughn, 7. Natalie Klemko, 8. Damon Cooley, 9. Cooper Welch (DNS).

Non-Wing Sprint B-Main 2 (10 laps, 2 transferred): 1. Dallas Hewitt, 2. Chase Jones, 3. Evan Mosley, 4. Max Guilford, 5. Zack Pretorius, 6. Brayden Clark, 7. Jack James, 8. Jordan Paulsen, 9. Robert Brown.

Non-Wing Sprint Feature (25 laps, with starting position in parenthesis): 1. Thomas Meseraull (3), 2. Kevin Thomas Jr. (4), 3. Brady Bacon (7), 4. Tye Mihocko (1), 5. Matt Westfall (13), 6. Carson Short (8), 7. Chase Jones (20), 8. Brayden Fox (9), 9. Dallas Hewitt (18), 10. Cody White (14), 11. Cole Ketcham (6), 12. Sterling Cling (16), 13. Adam Byrkett (10), 14. Max Adams (12), 15. Dustin Ingle (15), 16. Ricky Lewis (17), 17. Anthony D’Alessio (19), 18. J.J. Hughes (5), 19. Tyler Kendall (2), 20. Bill Balog (11).

Margin of Victory: 1.854 seconds

Lap Leaders: Laps 1-25, Meseraull.

 

 

JUSTIN SANDERS BECOMES FIRST REPEAT WINNER OF 2020 OCEAN SPRINTS SEASON

WATSONVILLE, CALIF. (August 14, 2020) – 2015 Ocean Sprints champion Justin Sanders of Aromas, Calif. became the first repeat winner through seven rounds of the series presented by Taco Bravo, winning on Friday at Ocean Speedway in Watsonville. Sanders’ win gives him momentum as he looks to defend his Johnny Key Classic title in next Saturday’s 60th running of the event.

“Two in a row is good. It helps having Tim Green here giving us pointers. Really helps us having somebody to bounce ideas off of,” Sanders said. “Tonight was definitely bottom dominant. I got my left front up on the berm and was able to rotate off of it. It would be good to get the 60th (Johnny Key Classic). I got to qualify a little better. Qualifying is huge and you got to get into the dash. Just get the comfort level up a little higher and we should be good.”

2019 USAC West Coast 360 champion Tristan Guardino of Fremont won the dash to lead the 22-car field to green. Guardino surrendered the lead, however, when he was relegated to third by officials after a jumped start. Last Friday’s polesitter Joey Ancona of Concord assumed the top spot for the next attempt, before a red flag for Adam Kaeding flipping on the backstretch.

The third try was a charm with Ancona lifting the front wheels coming to green, allowing Lincoln’s Tanner Carrick to assume the lead. Hanford’s Mitchell Faccinto then grabbed second from Ancona before a caution for points leader Bud Kaeding stopped in turn two. Kaeding rejoined the field before the restart, which Sanders used to go around the outside of Ancona for third.

Ancona pulled into the infield on lap six before a caution on lap eight for 2019 series champion JJ Ringo of Morgan Hill stopped on the frontstretch. Gilroy’s Kurt Nelson had advanced to fourth by that stage of the feature as well. The decisive move occurred one lap after the restart. Sanders looked underneath Faccinto for second entering turn three, before race leader Carrick opened up the bottom. Sanders promptly passed them both before the exit of turn four, charging to lead lap nine at the stripe.

Cautions flew on lap 13 for Kaleb Montgomery stopped in turn four and again on lap 22 when Guardino spun from fifth in turn four. Both cautions came as the leaders began to approach lapped traffic. Sanders capitalized on clear racetrack over the final eight laps, leading Carrick by five car lengths across the finish line. Faccinto, Nelson, and twelfth starting Ryan Bernal of Hollister rounded out the top-five. Kaeding advanced to sixth at the finish to preserve the points lead in the series. The Ocean Sprints presented by Taco Bravo continue on Saturday August 22nd with the 60th running of the Johnny Key Classic.

Joe Gallaher led all 20-laps to win the Hobby Stock main event. Nearly half the field was involved in separate spins on each end of the racetrack that brought out the caution on lap three. Steve Remde and Ken Winland were knocked from their battle for second in the spins. Season opener winner Terry Campion also spun in the melee.

Campion battled with Bobby Huckaby for fourth before moving forward. Campion took over third from Wally Kennedy on lap 12 and second from Jerry Skelton on lap 16. Gallaher topped Campion, Skelton, Kennedy, and Huckaby as the top-five finishers.

San Jose’s Randy Miller avenged a narrow loss in last Friday’s IMCA Sport Mod competition by winning the 15-lap main event this weekend. The opening lap of the race saw a red flag fly. Max Baggett spun across the field and was hit by Alex Wilson, who barrel rolled on the frontstretch before landing on his wheels. Wilson was uninjured.

Mike Kofnovec, Jr. of Gilroy assumed the lead on the restart before he spun on lap three to give up the top spot. The spin gave seventh starting Miller possession of the lead which he never relinquished, outlasting a late challenge from KC Keller of Tracy. Adriane Frost won a race long battle with Kelly Campanile for third with points leader Gavin Espino finishing fifth.

2020 West Coast Stock Car Hall of Fame inductee Jim Pettit II grabbed the IMCA Modified 20-lap feature. The leaders went three-wide on the start before Todd Hermosillo slowed in turn two. He was able to get going and the race stayed green. Stephen Hopf of Gilroy took the opening lap before Pettit drove past him on the outside to lead lap two. Kyle Bryan spun in turn four for a caution with three laps remaining. Anthony Copeland of Hollister used the caution to advance up to second position on the restart. Pettit led Copeland, Robert Marsh, JC Elrod, and Hopf at the finish.

Four Banger points leader Ryan McClelland of Scotts Valley led all 20-laps for his third feature win of the season. Watsonville’s Richard Mitchell ran second until lap eight when he fell out of the competition. 2019 champion Kate Beardsley won a race long battle for the second position ahead of Tony Gullo, 2019 Police-N-Pursuit champion Roy Iller, and Nicole Beardsley.

For more information, visit www.OceanSpeedway.com

 

 

Goetz is Great at Skagit Speedway

8/13/20

Alger, WA - The latest edition of Skagit Speedway TV watched Chase Goetz grab the victory in an entertaining 25 lap Cook Road Shell Sportsman Sprint main event on Thursday night at the 66 year old clay oval. Joining Goetz as winners on the night were Jared Peterson and Colin Sims.

John Tharp set out to the early lead in the A Feature with Goetz behind him by two car lengths. Goetz was content to run the top and bide his time early, until taking a shot at Tharp on the low side on turn one at the start of lap six. Finding good forward bite, Goetz pulled even with Tharp on the back stretch and passed him through the third and fourth turns in what ended up being the race winning move. From there forward, Goetz was untouchable as he went the rest of the distance to take the win without challenge. Tharp and Jesse Schlotfeldt engaged in an entertaining battle for second place within slower traffic before contact with a slower car caught Tharp coming to the checkered flag, allowing Schlotfeldt to take second with Kelsey Carpenter moving into third.

For the fifth time with the series on the year and third time at Skagit Speedway, Jared Peterson took the victory in the NW Focus Midgets. Nik Larson held the lead for the first 11 laps before drifting too high through turn two and jumping the cushion, allowing Peterson past for the top spot. Peterson would keep Larson at bay until a lap 22 restart bunched the field back up. On that restart, Jared nailed his marks and drove away for the comfortable win, while Larson slipped a few spots on the restart, allowing Shane Smith to move into second and Nick Evans into third for the finish.

After watching his parents compete at Skagit Speedway for many years, Colin Sims became the first in the family to grace victory lane by scoring the win in the Outlaw Tuners. After taking the lead on lap two, Sims outraced Rick Young and Howard Vos for the triumph.

Cook Road Shell Sportsman Sprints

Fast Time - Kelsey Carpenter 12.459

Heat 1 - Sean Johnson

Heat 2 - Brett McGhie

Heat 3 - Cory Swatzina

Main - Chase Goetz, Jesse Schlotfeldt, Kelsey Carpenter, Sean Johnson, Cory Swatzina, Brett McGhie, Eric Turner, Steve Parker, Bill Rude, Matt Loving, John Tharp, Tom Weiss, Daniel Cernich, Kyle Hanson, Gunnar Martin, Corey Summers, Ashleigh Johnson, Jamee Gardner

Lap Leaders - Tharp 1-5 Goetz 6-25

Hard Charger - Turner +5

NW Focus Midgets

Heat 1 - Nick Evans

Heat 2 - Levi Harless

Heat 3 - Jared Peterson

Main - Jared Peterson, Shane Smith, Nick Evans, Ashley Thompson, JD Dryden, Nik Larson, Seth Hespe, Brian Holmkvist, Alex Peck, Marty Rosler, Jesse Conway, Jesse Munn, Jake Munn, Guy Tow Jr, Levi Harless

Lap Leaders - Larson 1-11 Peterson 12-25

Outlaw Tuners

Heat 1 - Zach Dalrymple

Heat 2 - Jon Edwards

Main - Colin Sims, Rick Young, Howard Vos, Zach Dalrymple, Jon Edwards, Tricia Michelson, Mike Mcpherson, Mike Thomas, Jon Gunderson

Lap Leaders - Thomas 1 Sims 2-17


 

Hunter Bloom Wins Second CGS Sport Mod Victory; Thompson, Towns, E. Whisler, Osborne, And Bryant Also Get Cottage Grove Victories

By Stephanie Deatherage

Cottage Grove, Oregon- Cottage Grove Speedway hosted their fourth race of the 2020 season on Saturday, August 8th. Over one-hundred-twenty cars were in attendance spread across six different divisions. The classes on the card included Limited Sprints, IMCA Modifieds, Late Models, IMCA Sport Mods, Street Stocks, and IMCA Sport Compacts.

In the Limited Sprint feature, Tyler Thompson, from Harrisburg, took control of the lead right off the bat on the opening lap. Thompson set a quick pace and had only four cautions to slow him down. Coming across the start-finish line Tyler Thompson captured his first main event victory of 2020. Cottage Grove’s Kinzer Cox was second followed by Jake Wheeler, of Central Point, in third. Fourth and fifth went to Roseburg racer Steven Snawder and Shane Forte, from Junction City.

In the IMCA Modifieds, a similar theme took place.

Cottage Grove veteran Curtis Towns seized the initiative on the opening start and captured the top spot. Towns was briefly passed on lap two but it was negated due to a caution giving the lead back to Curtis. Curtis Towns paced the field the rest of the distance to collect his first triumph of the current campaign. Keizer’s John Campos was second with Otis teenager Eston Whisler placing third.

Albany’s Bricen James and Steven Sturdevant, of Springfield, round up the top five finishers. Chad Groves, from Bend, won the consolation feature.

Eston Whisler was a busy individual performing double duty on the night. Whisler made his Late Model debut and it proved to be a successful one. Eston got to the front on the eleventh circuit and retained the position the rest of the way for his first victory in the division.

McLain Beaudoin, from Lebanon, was credited with second while third went to Coos Bay’s Preston Luckman. Brian Smith, now residing in Lebanon and running for car owners Jerry and Mandee Casey, ended the evening in fourth while Cottage Grove chauffeur Mike Peters was an impressive fifth.

Despite six stoppages in the IMCA Sport Mod feature, Hunter Bloom once again took care of business. The Eugene driver seized the initiative on the opening start and blazed the trail for all twenty-five laps to score his second win of the season in the class. Austin Petray, of Medford, getting the runner-up position with Brookings resident Isaac Sanders placing third. Steven Sanders, also of Brooking, came across the wire in fourth over fifth finishing Molalla pilot Travis Pruitt. Springfield driver Shaun Hand won the evening’s consolation feature.

Creswell’s Graig Osborne made a daring pass for the lead on the twelfth circuit of the Street Stock feature. Osborne had made a nice recovery after getting caught up in a lap two incident earlier in the main. Graig had no issues once out in front and stayed in front of the rest of the competition to get his first win at CGS in 2020. Justin Evans, out of Lebanon and running for co-car owner Al Flora, posted a second-place result with third going to Gresham’s Mikey Long. Marc Farrar, from Sherwood, took home fourth followed by Forest Grove driver Joey Tardio.

Lastly, in the IMCA Sport Compacts, it was practically all about Burnie Bryant. The Sutherlin driver made the decisive lead on the third circuit and remained there in the caution-free feature. Bryant is the fourth different winner in as many races in the class. Ryan Dickenson, from Roseburg, and Dexter’s Barry Cannon were second and third. Brad Moffett, of Eugene, wound up fourth with fifth going to Jason Loucks, also from Eugene.

Cottage Grove Speedway is scheduled to return to racing on Friday, August 21st for the Kage Karts for their third race of the year. Then the ¼-mile will get things going on Saturday, the 22nd. As of right now, the classes scheduled to race are the Late Models, IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Sport Mods, Street Stocks, and IMCA Sport Compacts. For more information be sure and log on to www.cottagegrovespeedway.com or regularly check out the track’s Facebook page.

Race Results:

Saturday, August 8th, 2020

Cottage Grove Speedway

Cottage Grove, Oregon

Limited Sprints

A-Feature: 1. Tyler Thompson; 2. Kinzer Cox; 3. Jake Wheeler; 4. Steven Snawder; 5. Shane Forte; 6. Orion Redmond; 7. Jesse Schlotfeldt; 8. Anissa Curtice; 9. Justin Lemon; 10. Camden Robustelli; 11. Ian Bandey; 12. Brian Crockett; 13. Tim Minter; 14. Mike Griffith; 15. Kyle Adams; 16. Dave Button; 17. Trent Estes; 18. Tyrell Mead

 

 

Bard rolls again at Port Royal

Garrett Bard used a monster outside move at the green flag to go from his fourth starting position into the lead, and the Wells Tannery driver commanded the rest of the 20-lap PA Sprint Series IMCA/RaceSaver feature Saturday night at Port Royal Speedway.

It was Bard’s third win in four Port Royal starts this year in the CG Racing Engines/Barnett Self Storage #95. He led every lap he ran, having also taken a wire-to-wire victory in a heat race packed with contenders. On a night when just making the starting field was an accomplishment – an incredible 49 RaceSaver sprints took part in the action – Bard’s dominance was all the more impressive.

After those 49 cars had been reduced to 26 for the feature, Jake Waters (both of whose career PASS wins took place at the Port) and Ohio invader Justin Clark (multiple winner this year in his home state) started on the front row, ahead of heat-race winner Fred Arnold and Bard. On the start, Bard swept outside of the front-row starters and had the lead by the second turn.

That was actually the second effort to start the race. On the first, Derek Hauck’s #2H flipped wildly down the backstretch, collecting #20 Doug Dodson, who also flipped, and #M1 Justin Mills. A lengthy red flag was needed to clean up the scene, but none of the drivers was injured.

Once out front, Bard was not deterred by the heavy lapped traffic he encountered as the race went green the rest of the way. His final margin of victory was more than four seconds.

There was more than enough action behind the leader, though. #78 Clark held second all the way, but he had to withstand challenges from several drivers in the pack immediately back of him, including #55 Domenic Melair, #10 Waters, #67 Ken Duke Jr., #5 John Walp, and #8 “Nitro Nick” Sweigart. Melair mounted the most serious charge, but he fell victim to Duke and Sweigart at the end. After Sweigart had passed Duke on lap 17, the defending PASS and IMCA/RaceSaver national champion slipped underneath his competitors on the last lap to claim third, with Sweigart – up fron 20th starting spot – fourth and Melair fifth.

Unfortunately for Clark, his car’s engine failed post-race inspection and he was disqualified, moving Duke, Sweigart and Melair up one spot each and placing Waters in 5th.

Walp, #12 Roger Irvine, #88 Arnold, Pittsburgh visitor #21 Rob Felix, and 26th-starting #69K Kassidy Kreitz completed the top 10.

Bard’s sponsor, CG Racing Engines, had added $600 to the night’s purse in honor of engine-builder Curt Hershey, who died in June and was subject of a night-long tribute. That made the winner’s share #444 (Curt Hershey’s son Joey ran #44 in PASS competition and still runs a 410 sprinter). Sweigart’s charge through the pack made him another big winner, though, as CG Racing Engines and an anonymous donor had added to the Hard Charger Award, regular $100 given by Penns Valley Meat Market, making that distinction worth $250 total.

Sweigart’s 17-position charge and Kreitz’s advance of 16 spots, plus sprint veteran Daryl Stimeling’s run from 23rd to 11th in his PASS debut, were all the more impressing for taking place on a slick track that had already been pounded by 410 sprints and super late models.

With the huge field of cars, five heat races, a C-Main and a B-Main were needed to set the field. Waters, Arnold, Devin Adams, Clark and Bard claimed the heat wins. Landon Price won the C-Main, and Dodson claimed the B-Main, which saw Kreitz start 12th and race into the final qualifying position on the final turn of the last lap.

Besides the multi-car accident on the first feature start, only a couple of other incidents marred the evening. The first came in hot laps, when Jeff Miller of Mechanicsburg spun his #D57 in the fourth turn and rolled over. He was not injured. In the third heat race, Josh Spicer spun and collected Rowdy Heffner. Neither driver was injured, but neither car could continue.

A variety of other businesses and individuals contributed awards to the Hershey Tribute, and Bobby Rahal Lexus and Toyota of Lewistown sponsored the evening’s racing, which also included a salute to the military and veterans.

Next weekend, PASS sprinters will be in action Friday night at Path Valley Speedway Park and Saturday night at Selinsgrove Speedway, supporting the Ultimate Northeast Super Late Model Series both nights. They return to Port Royal on Saturday, August 22, as part of the Open Wheel Madness IV show that includes the rescheduled Dream Race for 410 sprints.

For schedule information and the latest news, visit www.pasprintseries.com or the PA Sprint Series Facebook page.

Results from Port Royal Speedway, August 8

HEAT 1 – 1. 10-Jake Waters; 2. 5-John Walp; 3. 21-Rob Felix; 4. 2-Erin Statler; 5. 11X-Bob Garvey; 6. R6-Reed Thompson; 7. 03 Branstin Shue; 8. 53W-Jimmy White; 9. M1-Mike Potts; 10. 911-Michael Wenrick (DNF).

HEAT 2 – 1. 88-Fred Arnold; 2. 41Z-Jared Zionkowski; 3. 12-Roger Irvine; 4. 19-Kruz Kepner; 5. 12F-Daryl Stimeline; 6. 26-Ryan Lynn; 7. 69K-Kassidy Kreitz; 8. 21-Andrew Boyer; 9. 4B-Jason Bergstresser. DNS – D57-Jeff Miller.

HEAT 3 – 1. 99A-Devin Adams; 2. 55-Domenic Melair; 3. 23-Nathan Gramley; 4. 6X-Bradley Mellott; 5. 72-Dave Guss; 6. 46-Mike Alleman; 7. #71-Josh Spicer (DNF); 8. 1-Rowdy Heffner (DNF); 9. 99Q-Cale Reigle (DNF); 10. 87-Austin Graby (DQ).

HEAT 4 – 1. 78-Justin Clark; 2. 80-Dave Wickham; 3. 97-Kenny Heffner; 4. 19A-Brody Adamsky; 5. 1M-Justin Mills; 6. 25K-Matt Kline; 7. 00-Jason Roush; 8. 25D-Dustin Young; 9. 92B-Donny Wise. DNS – 17K-Kyle Keen.

HEAT 5 – 1. 95-Garrett Bard; 2. 67-Ken Duke Jr.; 3. 2H-Derek Hauck; 4. 8-Nick Sweigart; 5. 20-Doug Dodson; 6. 61-Johnny Scarborough; 7. 54M-Todd Lynn; 8. 69P-Landon Price; 9. 4C-Cody Hackenberry.

C-Main – 1. 69P-Landon Price; 2. 25D-Dustin Young; 3. 21-Andrew Boyer; 4. #87-Austin Graby; 5. 4B-Jason Bergstresser; 6. 4C-Cody Hackenberry; 7. M1-Michael Potts. DNS – 53W-Jimmy White; 1-Rowdy Heffner; 99Q-Cale Reigle; 92B-Donny Wise; 911-Michael Wenrick; D57-Jeff Miller; 17K-Kyle Keen.

B-Main – 1. 20-Doug Dodson; 2. 1M-Justin Mills; 3. 12F-Daryl Stimeling; 4. 61-Johnny Scarborough; 5. 11X-Bob Garvey; 6. 69K-Kassidy Kreitz; 7. 03-Branstin Shue; 8. R6-Reed Thompson; 9. 72-Dave Guss; 10. 69P-Landon Price; 11. 26-Ryan Lynn; 12. 25K-Matt Kline; 13. 54M-Todd Lynn; 14. 25D-Dustin Young; 15. 46-Mike Alleman; 16. 00-Jason Roush; 17. 21-Andrew Boyer. DNS – 71-Josh Spicer.

FEATURE – 1. 95-Garrett Bard; 2. 67-Ken Duke Jr.; 3. 8-Nick Sweigart; 4. 55-Domenic Melair; 5. 10-Jake Waters; 6. 5-John Walp; 7. 12-Roger Irvine; 8. 88-Fred Arnold; 9. 21-Rob Felix; 10. 69K-Kassidy Kreitz; 11. 12F-Daryl Stimeling; 12. 97-Kenny Heffner; 13. 2-Erin Statler; 14. 41Z-Jared Zionkowski; 15. 23-Nathan Gramley; 16. 11X-Bob Garvey; 17. 80-Dave Wickham; 18. 19-Kruz Kepner; 19. 19A-Brody Adamsky; 20. 99A-Devin Adams (DNF); 21. 2H-Derek Hauck (DNF); 22. 6X-Brad Mellott (DNF); 23. 20-Doug Dodson (DNF); 24. 1M-Justin Mills (DNF); 25. 78-Justin Clark (DQ); 26. 61-Johnny Scarborough (DQ). DNQ – 54M-Todd Lynn; 25K-Matt Kline; 69P-Landon Price; R6-Reed Thompson; 71-Josh Spicer; 26-Ryan Lynn; 25D-Dustin Young; 46-Mike Alleman; 72-Dave Guss; 03-Branstin Shue; 00-Jason Roush; 21-Andrew Boyer; 87-Austin Graby; 4B-Jason Bergstresser; 4C-Cody Hackenberry; M1-Michael Potts; 53W-Jimmy White; 1-Rowdy Heffner; 99Q-Cale Reigle; 92B-Donny Wise; 911-Michael Wenrick; D57-Jeff Miller; 17K-Kyle Keen.

 

 

Route 66 Motor Speedway (Amarillo, Texas)

Wofford tops SSO sprints at Lyndon Moss Memorial

Alamogordo N.M. driver Lorne Wofford made the pole draw pay off as he led all 25 laps to win the Lyndon Moss memorial Saturday night at Route 66 Motor Speedway, earning over $4100 from the $18,000 plus purse.

A 5-car pileup in turn two on the original start sent the cars of David Lucky, Kyle Clark, Tanner Conn, and Kolton Gariss to the pits. After yet another false start Lucky and Clark were able to return to the track.

Once the green flew Wofford kept hard Charging Whit Gastineau at bay, Gastineau kept the Folks # 2c withing striking distance but couldn't make up much ground on Wofford in the # 18 racer.

Finishing third was Combine Texas driver Casey Burkham int the # 45b, hard charging Danny wood in the Total Truck # 55 finished 4th, followed by an excellent driver by Yukon, Oklahoma driver Zach Patterson in the # 93.

37 RaceSaver and Oklahoma 2-barrel sprints made the tow, with the program consisting of 5 heat races, two 12 lap B-Features and the nights big 25 lap main event.

Koby Walters, Lorne Wofford, Rick Lovelady, Whit Gastineau, and Casey Burkham won the 8 lap heats, with John Carney and Danny Wood winning their respective B- Features.

Great to see OKC racing legend Shane Carson on hand, Shane strapped into the Kenny Stidd #1 100-inch super modified to pace the field alongside Danny Wood to honor long time area legend Lyndon Moss.

If they run these two events next year, they may call it the "thunder and lightning tour" as yet again lightning flashed in the distance as the A main rolled out.

Kudos to Jeremy and Zach Gossett as they made this a really big, fun event and hopefully SSO can work with them in the future.

Also hats off to Jeff Peck as he put in a lot of hard work and special awards to make this event possible. Appreciate all your hard work guys, you made this race special and made SSO feel welcome.

No races for SSO until the 5th Annual Pat Suchy Classic to be run at Red Dirt Raceway on October 17th.

Race results, Lyndon Moss Memorial, Saturday August 8, 2020, Route 66 Motor Speedway

Heat 1: (1) Koby Walters # 33, (2) Tanner Conn # 78, (3) Brett Becker # 2b, (4) John Carney # 11x, (5) Blake Scott # 29s, (6) Chris Kelly # 32k, (7) C.J. Husley # 77, (8) Brandon Howle # 12.

Heat 2: (1) Lorne Wofford # 18, (2) Scott Pace # 24, (3) David Lucky # 45, (4) Kyle Clark # 9$, (5) Chris Douglas # 56, (6) Brandon Hickman # 30, (7) Robert Vetter # V8, (8) Ryan Dalrymple # 19d.

Heat 3; (1) Rick Lovelady # 7, (2) Jake Bubak # 74b, (3) Vance Wofford # 116, (4) Derek Drown # 84, (5) Nick Lucito # 65L, (6) Kaden Taylor # 6t, (7) Emilee Lowry # 6n.

Heat 4: (1) Whit Gastineau # 2c, (2) Kolton Gariss # 32g, (3) Zach Patterson # 93, (4) Brad Lovelady # b7, (5) J.T. Kelly # 33k, (6) Preston Peebles # 11p, Drew Wakefield DNS (magneto).

Heat 5: Casey Burkham # 45b, (2) Cody Whitworth # 50, (3) Alexander Ort # 13, (4) Danny Wood # 55, (5) Alison Slaton # 6, (6) Jett Hayes # 83, (7) Austin Saunders # 82.

B Feature # 1: 12 laps (1) John Carney # 11x, (2) Chris Douglas # 56, (3) Vance Wofford # 116, (4) Nick Lucito # 65L, (5) Alexander Ort # 13, (6) Alison Slaton # 6, (7) Robert Vetter # V8, (8) Brandon Hickman # 30, Preston Peebles # 11p DNS (mech) C. J. Hulsey DNS (mech), Brandon Howle DNS (rear end).

B Feature # 2: 12 laps (1) Danny Wood # 55, (2) Derek Drown # 84, (3) Kaden Taylor # 6t, (4) Blake Scott # 29s, (5) Jett Hayes # 83, (6) Emilee Lowry # 6n, (7) Austin Saunders # 82, (8) Brad Lovelady # b7, (9) Ryan Dalrymple # 19d, (10) J.T. Kelly # 33k, (11) Chris Kelly # 32k

A Feature: 25 laps (1) Lorne Wofford #18, (2) Whit Gastineau # 2c, (3) Casey Burkham #45b, (4) Danny Wood #55, (5) Zach Patterson #93, (6) Koby Walters #33, (7) John Carney #11x, (8) Brett Becker #2b, (9) Jake Bubak #74b, (10) Dereck Drown #84, (11) Kyle Clark #9$, (12) Vance Wofford #116, (13) Chris Douglas #56, (14) David Lucky #45, (15) Cody Whitworth #50, (16) Kaden Taylor #6T, (17) Rick Lovelady #7, (18) Scott Pace #24, (19)Tanner Conn #78, (20) Kolton Gariss #32g.

Hard Charger Award: Danny Wood +12

High Point Award: Danny Wood

Hard Luck Award: Tanner Conn

Kids Kool Helmet Award: Chris Douglas

 

Don Droud Jr. Wins the Ultimate Challenge
with POWRi WAR

Belleville, IL. (08/09/2020) The Sage Fruit Ultimate Challenge presented by Searsboro Telephone company at Southern Iowa Speedway with the POWRi Lucas Oil Wingless Auto Racing League would hit the half-mile in Oskaloosa, Iowa with 17 competitors hoping to claim the $4000 winning prize. After close racing throughout the twenty-five-lap feature, Don Droud Jr. of Lincoln, NE would gain the feature victory, earning the championship belt and large pay-day.

Starting the night's racing action in style as Landon Simon #24 and Riley Kreisel #91 both picking up their respective heat race victories with Don Droud Jr #1m earning the event's High Point qualifier award putting Droud on pole starting position for the feature.

With Don Droud Jr and Riley Kreisel leading the pack to the initial green flag racing. Droud would gain the racing advantage entering the first corners and leading the first few laps around Southern Iowa Speedway. Kreisel would mount a charge for the lead, gaining the preferred position up-front with a great high side run off turn two. With Kreisel out front and stretching the field a mid-race caution would bunch the field back up just as Droud and Landon Simon were battling hard for the runner-up position. Riley would again jump out to an outstanding lead until Kreisel would miscue the entry into turn one, biking on the upper cushion making contact with the outside wall. As Kreisel wrangled his hot-rod back under control Droud would capitalize taking the lead, Simon would follow suit with the point-leader Riley pulling off the racing surface with damages on the twentieth lap.

Don Droud Jr and Landon Simon would then proceed to put on a display of driving talents on the final five circuits around Osky. Landon would try everything he could muster on the final lap, coming up a car-length short as Droud ran a brilliant line in the closing laps securing the victory. Simon would finish the night in a close second place with Wyatt Burks racing the Leer Motorsports #77k to round out the feature's podium.

Hinchman Racewear Heat Race Winner: #24 Landon Simon
Bell Helmet Heat Race Winner: #91 Riley Kreisel
AutoMeter High Point Qualifier Winner: #1M Don Droud Jr
Super Clean Hard Charger: #2 Jason Billups +6 (17th to 11th)
Lucas Oil Feature Winner: #1M Don Droud Jr

Feature Results from Southern Iowa Speedway with the POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprint League: (25 Laps) 1. 1M-Don Droud Jr[1]; 2. 24-Landon Simon[4]; 3. 77K-Wyatt Burks[7]; 4. 9W-Chris Morgan[8]; 5. 19-Glen Saville[6]; 6. 67-Jonathan Hughes[10]; 7. 21R-Shane Hopkins[9]; 8. 16-Anthony Nicholson[3]; 9. 95-Tommy Rockwell[11]; 10. 48-Neal Matuska[13]; 11. 2-Jason Billups[17]; 12. 25-Kelly Graham[14]; 13. 12-Doug Sylvester[15]; 14. 27-Steve Thomas[12]; 15. 91-Riley Kreisel[2]; 16. 23S-Kyle Simon[5]; 17. G2-Tyler Graves[16]

Up next for the POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprint League will be Saturday, August 22nd for the first visit to Central Missouri Speedway since 2014. Follow along for more information such as race recaps, updates, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, or on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing or on Facebook at POWRi.

 

 

Chad Brachman survives 2 pileups picks up $5000 in the Modtour Michael’s memorial at Mercer Raceway. Adam Kekich goes 3 for 3 in 410 sprints; Randy Sterling wins 1st Mercer 305 sprint feature; Chas Wolbert (FASTRAK mods) and Mike Porterfield (mini stocks) also win.

By Jim Balentine
Mercer pa

Chad Brachman survived two multi car pile ups and challenges of Rex King Jr to pick up the second annual Michaels memorial at Michaels Mercer Raceway winning $5000 in the process.

New York State is now three for three in modified features at Mercer this season . Brachman started on the outside pole immediately took the lead but things were halted on lot number five for a multi car pile up involving at least nine cars coming out of turn number four. Once the carnage was cleared they went back to green and then another multi car pile up on the front straightaway took more cars out. The place to be was upfront as Rex King Jr and Jim Rasey were battling for second position behind Brachman who was opening up a big lead. Garrett Krummert who started 14th was already up in to the top four after all of the accidents challenging Rex King Jr. for second On lap number 30 Brachman the leader began to get into lapped traffic with five lap cars in front of him going down the back straight away as Brachman slid off the track a little bit and lost some momentum allowing king and Krummert to catch up but a caution came out allowing Brachman to have a clear track in front of him as he went on to win the second annual Michaels Memorial which paid $5000 to the Sanborn New York driver. King Jr with settle for second Krummert third Jim Rasey fourth and Brad Rapp was fifth.
“What a difference the track is from the last time we were here” said Brachman in victory lane..”i’ll take the dust over the rough any day..thank you to the race track for all the work In getting this race track better..I was thankful for that caution because of those lapped cars in front of me and I didn’t know if I could get around them..when I saw the double sticks (2 laps to go) I knew I had to hang in there for a little bit more.”

Adam Kekich has Mercer to his liking as he now has gone 3 for 3 in the last 3 410 sprint features at Mercer. Kekich from his pole startin