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Justin Sanders strikes again at Placerville Speedway for seventh career SCCT triumph

By Gary Thomas

Placerville, CA…Aromas, California’s Justin Sanders continued his recent dominance of Placerville Speedway by fending off a late challenge from Corey Day to bring home his seventh career Elk Grove Ford Sprint Car Challenge Tour presented by Abreu Vineyards victory.

With the win at the Spring Fever Frenzy, Sanders now has sole possession of second on the all-time SCCT list. It also marked his 24th career Winged 360 Sprint Car triumph at Placerville Speedway, placing him into a tie with Brian Crockett for seventh on the win list.

“It feels great to be back up here in victory lane for the second straight week at Placerville Speedway,” said the driver of the Dale Miller Septic/ Thompson’s Auto No. 4sa. “I knew Corey Day was going to be coming so I had to hit my marks and pick my spots wisely through lapped traffic. We changed some things around on this car in the off-season and I feel that we are the best we’ve ever been at the moment.”

Templeton’s Kaleb Montgomery set the early pace in the 35-lap feature and did so in impression fashion at the helm of his David Crye Inc. No. 3 mount. Last August saw him claim his initial Placerville Speedway win and for a while it looked as if he’d add number two on Saturday. For the second consecutive week the action heated up as the race wore on with several racers poking their nose in the mix.

Sanders and Day battled tooth and nail along with Tony Gomes, Tim Kaeding, Shane Golobic and others towards the front. Sanders eventually carved his way to the inside of Montgomery to snag the lead, with Day following suit not long after. Sanders and Day proceeded to exchange the lead in exciting fashion, until Montgomery’s strong run came to an end when he got around in turns three and four, which collected Gomes and a hard charging Andy Forsberg.

The closing stages saw Sanders work lapped traffic with Day giving it everything he had.
As the white flag waved Day peeked to the inside, but Sanders held strong and crossed under the Ron Stahl checkered flag for the $3,000 victory. Day, Cole Macedo, Kaeding and Max Mittry completed the top-five. Finishing sixth through 10th in the main event were Dylan Bloomfield, Tanner Carrick, Golobic, 18th starting Justyn Cox and DJ Netto.

Golobic’s finish was noteworthy, as he moved forward nicely after bringing out a caution at one point. Ryan Bernal earned the Pit Stop USA Hard Charger Award in the main event with a drive from 22nd to 12th.

The night’s 15-lap B-main was captured by Hanford’s Michael Faccinto, with the 12-lap C-main won by Mitchell Faccinto. Tim Kaeding claimed the High Sierra Industries Dash, while Jake Morgan won Tiner-Hirst Ent. heat race number one, Justin Sanders snagged BR Motorsports heat race two, Tony Gomes won King Racing Products heat three and Shane Golobic brought home A.R.T. Ent. heat four.

Kaleb Montgomery began the night by pacing the 48-car field in Sierra Foothills Wine Services Qualifying with a blistering lap of 10.567. The Elk Grove Ford Sprint Car Challenge Tour presented by Abreu Vineyards returns to action this coming Saturday at the Stockton Dirt Track.

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SCCT Spring Fever Frenzy Results - 48 Entries

A Main 35 Laps

1. 4SA-Justin Sanders[6]; 2. 14-Corey Day[3]; 3. 21T-Cole Macedo[9]; 4. 5V-Tim Kaeding[1]; 5. 2XM-Max Mittry[8]; 6. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[10]; 7. 83T-Tanner Carrick[11]; 8. 17W-Shane Golobic[5]; 9. 42X-Justyn Cox[18]; 10. 88N-DJ Netto[14]; 11. 7-Jake Morgan[7]; 12. 22-Ryan Bernal[22]; 13. 21-Shane Hopkins[20]; 14. 21M-Michael Ing[17]; 15. 7C-Tony Gomes[4]; 16. 1-Chance Grasty[19]; 17. 92-Andy Forsberg[23]; 18. 88A-Joey Ancona[12]; 19. X1-Michael Faccinto[21]; 20. 12J-John Clark[24]; 21. 3-Kaleb Montgomery[2]; 22. 01-Nick Larson[15]; 23. 94TH-Ben Worth[13]; 24. 35-Sean Becker[16]

B Main 15 Laps

1. X1-Michael Faccinto[1]; 2. 22-Ryan Bernal[5]; 3. 92-Andy Forsberg[7]; 4. 12J-John Clark[3]; 5. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez[4]; 6. 17-Kalib Henry[12]; 7. 9L-Luke Hayes[2]; 8. 21X-Gauge Garcia[10]; 9. 28-Chase Johnson[14]; 10. 73B-Braden Chiaramonte[9]; 11. 37-Michael Pombo[6]; 12. 12R-Mitchell Faccinto[13]; 13. 9-Dustin Freitas[8]; 14. 77-Ryan Lippincott[11]

C Feature 12 Laps

1. 12R-Mitchell Faccinto[2]; 2. 28-Chase Johnson[1]; 3. 10-Dominic Gorden[3]; 4. 25S-Seth Standley[4]; 5. 5H-Brinton Marvel[5]; 6. 121-Caeden Steele[12]; 7. 2-Cody Spencer[6]; 8. 93-Stephen Ingraham[11]; 9. 9T-Tyler Brown[7]; 10. 75-Bill Smith[8]; 11. 115-Nick Parker[9]; 12. 222-Wyatt VanLare[10]

Dash 6 Laps

1. 5V-Tim Kaeding[1]; 2. 3-Kaleb Montgomery[4]; 3. 14-Corey Day[6]; 4. 7C-Tony Gomes[2]; 5. 17W-Shane Golobic[5]; 6. 4SA-Justin Sanders[8]; 7. 7-Jake Morgan[7]; 8. 2XM-Max Mittry[3]

Heat 1 10 Laps

1. 7-Jake Morgan[1]; 2. 2XM-Max Mittry[2]; 3. 88A-Joey Ancona[3]; 4. 35-Sean Becker[5]; 5. 1-Chance Grasty[7]; 6. 12J-John Clark[8]; 7. 92-Andy Forsberg[6]; 8. 73B-Braden Chiaramonte[4]; 9. 10-Dominic Gorden[9]; 10. 9T-Tyler Brown[11]; 11. 34-Justin Henry[10]; 12. 7H-Jake Haulot[12]

Heat 2 10 Laps

1. 4SA-Justin Sanders[1]; 2. 3-Kaleb Montgomery[4]; 3. 83T-Tanner Carrick[3]; 4. 94TH-Ben Worth[2]; 5. 21-Shane Hopkins[8]; 6. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez[6]; 7. 37-Michael Pombo[5]; 8. 77-Ryan Lippincott[7]; 9. 25S-Seth Standley[9]; 10. 75-Bill Smith[11]; 11. 222-Wyatt VanLare[10]; 12. (DNS) 54S-Drake Standley

Heat 3 10 Laps

1. 7C-Tony Gomes[2]; 2. 5V-Tim Kaeding[4]; 3. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[1]; 4. 01-Nick Larson[5]; 5. 21M-Michael Ing[3]; 6. 9L-Luke Hayes[6]; 7. 9-Dustin Freitas[7]; 8. 21X-Gauge Garcia[8]; 9. 12R-Mitchell Faccinto[10]; 10. 5H-Brinton Marvel[9]; 11. 115-Nick Parker[11]

Heat 4 10 Laps

1. 17W-Shane Golobic[1]; 2. 14-Corey Day[4]; 3. 21T-Cole Macedo[2]; 4. 88N-DJ Netto[5]; 5. 42X-Justyn Cox[8]; 6. X1-Michael Faccinto[6]; 7. 22-Ryan Bernal[3]; 8. 17-Kalib Henry[10]; 9. 28-Chase Johnson[7]; 10. 2-Cody Spencer[11]; 11. 93-Stephen Ingraham[12]; 12. 121-Caeden Steele[9]

Qualifying 1

1. 73B-Braden Chiaramonte, 00:10.703[10]; 2. 7-Jake Morgan, 00:10.730[4]; 3. 2XM-Max Mittry, 00:10.759[1]; 4. 88A-Joey Ancona, 00:10.829[5]; 5. 35-Sean Becker, 00:10.886[11]; 6. 92-Andy Forsberg, 00:10.891[12]; 7. 1-Chance Grasty, 00:10.958[7]; 8. 12J-John Clark, 00:10.971[6]; 9. 10-Dominic Gorden, 00:10.998[2]; 10. 34-Justin Henry, 00:11.022[8]; 11. 9T-Tyler Brown, 00:11.154[9]; 12. 7H-Jake Haulot, 00:12.338[3]

Qualifying 2

1. 3-Kaleb Montgomery, 00:10.567[5]; 2. 4SA-Justin Sanders, 00:10.714[2]; 3. 94TH-Ben Worth, 00:10.780[1]; 4. 83T-Tanner Carrick, 00:10.800[10]; 5. 37-Michael Pombo, 00:10.867[6]; 6. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez, 00:10.975[9]; 7. 77-Ryan Lippincott, 00:11.060[8]; 8. 21-Shane Hopkins, 00:11.098[3]; 9. 25S-Seth Standley, 00:11.138[11]; 10. 222-Wyatt VanLare, 00:11.167[4]; 11. 75-Bill Smith, 00:11.482[7]; 12. 54S-Drake Standley, 00:11.482[12]

Qualifying 3

1. 5V-Tim Kaeding, 00:10.733[7]; 2. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield, 00:10.766[1]; 3. 7C-Tony Gomes, 00:10.767[8]; 4. 21M-Michael Ing, 00:10.844[10]; 5. 01-Nick Larson, 00:10.873[12]; 6. 9L-Luke Hayes, 00:10.929[5]; 7. 9-Dustin Freitas, 00:10.930[6]; 8. 21X-Gauge Garcia, 00:10.945[2]; 9. 5H-Brinton Marvel, 00:10.965[4]; 10. 12R-Mitchell Faccinto, 00:10.991[11]; 11. 115-Nick Parker, 00:11.093[9]; 12. (DNS) 71L-William Fielding, 00:11.093

Qualifying 4

1. 14-Corey Day, 00:10.631[3]; 2. 17W-Shane Golobic, 00:10.730[10]; 3. 21T-Cole Macedo, 00:10.750[1]; 4. 22-Ryan Bernal, 00:10.806[4]; 5. 88N-DJ Netto, 00:10.818[6]; 6. X1-Michael Faccinto, 00:10.829[11]; 7. 28-Chase Johnson, 00:10.837[2]; 8. 42X-Justyn Cox, 00:10.888[7]; 9. 121-Caeden Steele, 00:11.071[12]; 10. 17-Kalib Henry, 00:11.123[8]; 11. 2-Cody Spencer, 00:11.139[5]; 12. 93-Stephen Ingraham, 00:11.205[9]

 

 

Daison Pursley Perfects Last-Corner Win with POWRi National Midgets in Turnpike Challenge Classic
Belleville, IL. (3/25/23) Daison Pursley would not let the previous day percipitaion dampen the opening night celebrations of the Turnpike Challenge at Port City Raceway on Saturday Night to capture hi eighth career victory with the POWRi National Midget League in a thrilling forty-lap feature.

Early Tulsa Oklahoma competition with thirty-eight POWRi National Midget League entrants would see Mitchell Moles start quickest with a 9.924-lap in hot-laps as Kyle Jones, Joe B Miller, Zach Daum, Jace Park, and Chance Crum each earned heat racing wins with Cannon McIntosh and Jade Avedisian picking up the semi-feature victories.

Setting the field of top-notch competitors of competition would find high-point qualifier Mitchell Davis battling front-row counterpart Kyle Jones into the first pair of corners on the opening lap with Mitchell Davis flying to the initial racing advantage as Jace Park, Kyle Jones, Chance Crum, and Jonathan Beason was found racing inside the running top five.

Leading the field for the first three revolutions, Mitchell Davis would clip an infield tractor tire to relinquish the lead to Chance Crum as Jace Park and Kyle Jones followed suit in passing the one-time leading Mitchell Davis.

Sticking to the fastest lane out front, Crum would appear to be the dominant entry to beat while establishing a comfortable lead for twenty-seven laps with Jace Park and a hard-charging Daison Pursley pursued by using the extreme high line.

Flying through the field would witness Jace Park, Daison Pursley, and Chance Crum battle epically with three-wide racing for the prized position for several laps.
Entering into the end of feature picture with Crum guarding the lead would see Park apply strategy by using the newly implemented “Commitment Cone” to battle into the lead after a caution with Daison Pursley following behind.

Late race dramatics would reveal on the final corner of the final lap with Daison Pursley pulling off the feature victory over Jace Park in a drag race to the finish line. Only leading the last ninety feet, Pursley would clinch the feature win.

“This is the kind of racing that Port City provides, this track was phenomenal tonight. I had a really good battle with Chance and Jace late and I knew I could bide my time. I’m really proud of this team and it’s an awesome opportunity” stated Daison Pursley in the Port City Raceway victory lane ceremony. Adding “The choose cone added even more excitement with strategy coming into play late”.

Jace Park would clinch a solid runner-up showing with Zach Daum holding steady into completing the feature's final podium placement. One-time leader Chance Crum would finish fourth as Jonathan Beason rounded out the POWRi National Midget League top-five finishers in the 2023 POWRi Turnpike Challenge.

POWRi National Midget League | Port City Raceway | 3/25/23:
Hoosier Racing Tire Fast Hot Lap Time: 68-Mitchell Moles(9.924)
Advanced Racing Suspensions Heat Race 1 Winner: 7U-Kyle Jones
Auto Meter Heat Race 2 Winner: 51B-Joe B Miller
Schure Built Suspensions Heat Race 3 Winner: 5U-Zach Daum
AFCO Racing Heat Race 4 Winner: 40-Jace Park
Rod End Supply Heat 5 Winner: 26-Chance Crum
Max Papis Innovations Semi-Feature 1 Winner: 08-Cannon McIntosh
KSE Racing Products Semi-Feature 2 Winner: 71-Jade Avedisian
MVT Services High Point Qualifier: 56-Mitchell Davis
Super Clean Hard Charger: 19A-Daison Pursley
Toyota Racing Development Feature Winner: 19A-Daison Pursley(+12)

A Feature 1 (40 Laps): 1. 19A-Daison Pursley[13]; 2. 40-Jace Park[6]; 3. 5U-Zach Daum[7]; 4. 26-Chance Crum[3]; 5. 8L-Jonathan Beason[9]; 6. 26R-Corbin Rueschenberg[10]; 7. 3N-Jake Neuman[8]; 8. 7U-Kyle Jones[2]; 9. 71-Jade Avedisian[18]; 10. 28-Ace McCarthy[20]; 11. 68-Mitchel Moles[15]; 12. 5-Gavan Boschele[22]; 13. 21K-Karter Sarff[12]; 14. 97-Gavin Miller[11]; 15. 51B-Joe B Miller[5]; 16. 56-Mitchell Davis[1]; 17. 25K-Taylor Reimer[4]; 18. 21-Emilio Hoover[24]; 19. 97K-Cooper Williams[23]; 20. 08-Cannon McIntosh[17]; 21. 15D-Andrew Deal[19]; 22. 85-Jerry Coons Jr[21]; 23. 00-Talin Turner[16]; 24. 7D-Michelle Decker[14].

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 08-Cannon McIntosh[2]; 2. 15D-Andrew Deal[4]; 3. 85-Jerry Coons Jr[3]; 4. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[1]; 5. 10-Matt Sherrell[7]; 6. 71E-Mariah Ede[6]; 7. 98-Ryan Padgett[9]; 8. 36-Kevin Reed[10]; 9. 07-Scout Spraggins[11]; 10. 17X-Kurt Stellhorn[8]; 11. 44-Branigan Roark[5].

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 71-Jade Avedisian[1]; 2. 28-Ace McCarthy[2]; 3. 5-Gavan Boschele[3]; 4. 36K-Kris Carroll[8]; 5. 97K-Cooper Williams[5]; 6. 21-Emilio Hoover[4]; 7. 56X-Mark Chisholm[9]; 8. 28P-Bradley Fezard[7]; 9. 47K-Kevin Brewer[6]; 10. 14E-Jeffrey Newell[10]; 11. 19-Tyler Edwards[11].

Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 7U-Kyle Jones[5]; 2. 56-Mitchell Davis[8]; 3. 00-Talin Turner[2]; 4. 26R-Corbin Rueschenberg[7]; 5. 44-Branigan Roark[3]; 6. 36K-Kris Carroll[1]; 7. 98-Ryan Padgett[6]; 8. 07-Scout Spraggins[4].

Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 51B-Joe B Miller[2]; 2. 21K-Karter Sarff[1]; 3. 68-Mitchel Moles[3]; 4. 08-Cannon McIntosh[4]; 5. 85-Jerry Coons Jr[6]; 6. 71E-Mariah Ede[5]; 7. 28P-Bradley Fezard[8]; 8. 14E-Jeffrey Newell[7].

Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. 5U-Zach Daum[1]; 2. 97-Gavin Miller[2]; 3. 19A-Daison Pursley[4]; 4. 28-Ace McCarthy[3]; 5. 71-Jade Avedisian[7]; 6. 47K-Kevin Brewer[5]; 7. 17X-Kurt Stellhorn[8]; 8. (DNS) 19-Tyler Edwards.

Heat 4 (10 Laps): 1. 40-Jace Park[2]; 2. 3N-Jake Neuman[3]; 3. 25K-Taylor Reimer[7]; 4. 7D-Michelle Decker[6]; 5. 97K-Cooper Williams[1]; 6. 10-Matt Sherrell[5]; 7. 36-Kevin Reed[4].

Heat 5 (10 Laps): 1. 26-Chance Crum[4]; 2. 8L-Jonathan Beason[3]; 3. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[2]; 4. 5-Gavan Boschele[1]; 5. 15D-Andrew Deal[5]; 6. 21-Emilio Hoover[7]; 7. 56X-Mark Chisholm[6].

Next up the POWRi National Midget League will see action at Farmers City Speedway for the Illini 100 running in conjunction with the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series on March 31 and April 1st.

Follow along for more information on POWRi and items such as race recaps, updates, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, or on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing and Facebook at POWRi.

 

 

Justin Sanders wins an instant classic on opening night at Placerville Speedway

By Gary Thomas

Placerville, CA…Justin Sanders and Shane Golobic have been a part of some classic battles over the years in California and on opening night at Placerville Speedway, the pair provided the crowd on hand with a show they won’t soon forget.

At the end it was Sanders who came on top by just inches at the Ron Stahl checkered flag, following 25 hard fought laps of competition with the Thompson’s Family of Dealerships Winged Sprint Cars. It marked the 22nd career Winged 360 triumph at Placerville Speedway for Sanders, giving him sole possession of ninth all-time.

Sharing victory lane on opening night were Josh Young with the Wingless Sprint Cars, Nick Baldwin with the Red Hawk Casino Pure Stocks and Matt Micheli with the Anrak Corporation Limited Late Models.

The Thompson’s Winged 360 Sprint Car feature came to the line with Lincoln’s Tanner Carrick and Roseville’s Colby Copeland sharing the front row. Things got off to an exciting start as the pair went three wide with Fremont’s Shane Golobic, prior to a caution waving after a lap was complete. Track conditions were in tip top shape, lending to some of the best Sprint Car racing we’ve seen in some time on the red clay.

Once things got into a groove it was Carrick holding command as heavy duty lapped traffic came into play, which bunched up the front runners. Carrick, Golobic, Copeland and Aromas throttle masher Justin Sanders raced inches from each other through traffic, zig zagging their way around the quarter mile. Golobic, last years winner on Legends Night, would slice his way to the inside and snag the lead on 13, only to have Carrick return the favor a couple circuits later.

The relentless Golobic kept at it and drove back by Carrick for the top spot on lap 19. Sanders also followed along, jumping into the runner up position. A green, white, checkered restart set up the thrilling conclusion in which Golobic and Sanders battled back and forth to decide the winner. With the duo racing off turn four to the checkered flag, Sanders executed a picture-perfect cross over move to nip Golobic at the line by 0.026 seconds.

Copeland, Carrick and Modesto’s Tony Gomes rounded out the top-five. Finishing sixth through 10th were Sean Becker, Kaleb Montgomery, Dylan Bloomfield, Shane Hopkins and Andy Forsberg. Heat race wins during the night were pocketed by Sean Becker, Shane Golobic, Tony Gomes and Tanner Carrick, while Andy Forsberg won the B-main. Colby Copeland began the night by earning the ADCO Driveline Fast Time Award with a lap of 10.684, pacing the 25-car field.

Winged Sprint Car results: 1. 4SA-Justin Sanders[4]; 2. 17W-Shane Golobic[3]; 3. 5V-Colby Copeland[2]; 4. 83T-Tanner Carrick[1]; 5. 7C-Tony Gomes[7]; 6. 35-Sean Becker[8]; 7. 3-Kaleb Montgomery[6]; 8. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[5]; 9. 21-Shane Hopkins[15]; 10. 92-Andy Forsberg[17]; 11. X1-Michael Faccinto[10]; 12. 21T-Cole Macedo[13]; 13. 5H-Brinton Marvel[14]; 14. 9L-Luke Hayes[9]; 15. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez[20]; 16. 12R-Mitchell Faccinto[18]; 17. 12J-John Clark[19]; 18. 21X-Gauge Garcia[12]; 19. 25-Justin Johnson[11]; 20. 37-Michael Pombo[16]

The always exciting Wingless Sprint Cars made their first of six appearances this season on opening night. In the end it was Roseville’s Josh Young who parked it on the front stretch for his first career Placerville Speedway victory. Oakley’s Jacob Tuttle and Placerville’s Shane Hopkins made up the front row for the 20-lap contest. Several movers and shakers were seen in the main event as multiple cars had a shot at victory.

Josh Young, DJ Johnson, Trey Walters and more fought it out to bring home the win during the opening show of 2023. Once Young carved his way to the point he cut smooth and consistent laps to bring home the checkered flag over Johnson, Walters, Mark Hanson and Brent Steck.

Wingless Sprint Car results: 1. 7EJ-Josh Young[5]; 2. 33DJ-DJ Johnson[3]; 3. 1W-Trey Walters[14]; 4. 79-Mark Hanson[6]; 5. 2STX-Brent Steck[4]; 6. 5-Kaimi Moniz Costa[11]; 7. 71-James East[7]; 8. 3T-Jacob Tuttle[1]; 9. 92A-Jeff Scotto[9]; 10. 87R-Pat Richards[12]; 11. 49-Joe McCoy[15]; 12. 21-Shane Hopkins[2]; 13. 32-Shawn Arriaga[13]; 14. 18-Josh Gillis[8]; 15. 33-Heath Holdsclaw[10]

Oakley’s Nick Baldwin has been the dominant force in recent years when it comes to the Red Hawk Casino Pure Stocks. Opening night saw him start from the outside of the front row and drive to his 21st career Placerville Speedway win, which places him in a tie for eighth all-time with Bob Briggs.

Diamond Springs racer Kevin Jinkerson did keep Baldwin honest during the 20-lap feature though, as he stalked his rear bumper every step of the way. Jinkerson came home second followed by Micky D’Angelo, Kenny Bernstein and Shaun Bennion in the top-five.

Pure Stock results: 1. 17-Nick Baldwin[2]; 2. 30-Kevin Jinkerson[1]; 3. 55-Micky Dangelo[9]; 4. 43-Kenny Bernstein[5]; 5. 48-Shaun Bennion[6]; 6. 1-Chris D'angelo[7]; 7. 93-Mel Byers[8]; 8. 86-Thomas Arbogast[4]; 9. 27-William Upton[3]
The Placerville Speedway doesn’t have the opportunity to see Matt Micheli as often as we used, but the Live Oak driver returned in triumphant fashion last night, racing to his 25th career Anrak Ltd. Late Model win at the track. The victory puts him nine wins away from Ryan McDaniel, who holds the most all-time in the division.

Auburn’s Ray Trimble stayed within striking distance, before settling for a runner up result at the conclusion. Matt Davis, Dan Jinkerson and Tyler Lightfoot completed the top-five.

Ltd. Late Model results: 1. 96M-Matt Micheli[1]; 2. 37-Ray Trimble[3]; 3. 54-Matt Davis[5]; 4. 23-Dan Jinkerson[2]; 5. 23J-Tyler Lightfoot[6]; 6. 57-Rod Oliver[4]

Placerville Speedway is right back at it this coming Saturday March 25th with the season opener for the Elk Grove Ford Sprint Car Challenge Tour presented by Abreu Vineyards. The “Spring Fever Frenzy” also showcases the BCRA Lightning Sprints.

For those who can’t make it to the track, CaliDirt.TV will provide live flag-to-flag coverage of every Placerville Speedway point race this season. The live streaming service also includes every event with the Sprint Car Challenge Tour in 2023. Fans can purchase through a monthly membership or on a per race basis (equivalent of a front gate ticket) via https://calidirt.tv/

 

 

MADDINGTON TOYOTA SPRINTCAR SERIES

Sunday, March 19, 2023

James Inglis claimed Rd14 of the Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Series at the Perth Motorplex on Saturday night, his second feature race win of the season.

And his victory over Daniel Harding and Brad Maiolo helped extend his lead in the 2022-23 championship with just four rounds remaining.

Inglis started the 30-lap TD Granny Flats and Modular Homes feature race from p6 and didn’t strike a telling blow until late in the race, edging out Harding who was chasing back-to-back wins.

Trent Pigdon started on the front row with Maiolo, while Harding and Callum Williamson came out of the second row.

Brad Maiolo, fresh from his fourth the previous week, was the early leader over Pigdon and Harding and was into lapped traffic with just four laps in the books.

On lap seven Harding got by Maiolo for the lead as Jason Kendrick, who started from p6, got by Pigdon for third.

On lap 11 Harding had a good gap over the field while Kris Coyle, who started from p5, got under Kendrick for third.

At midrace distance the red lights came on when Kye Scroop and Jaydee Dack were involved in an incident on the back straight - Scroop’s car was heavily damaged while Dack’s was carried to the work area for repairs - and at the same time Callum Williamson headed to the work area and rejoined Dack at the rear on the restart.

The Dack team’s big effort to repair the car amounted to nothing as he limped to the infield after the lights returned to green.

At this stage Inglis was tucked back in fifth spot and was slowly moving his way forward.

Pigdon headed infield on lap 18 and three laps later there was a caution after Jack Williamson and Myles Bolger came together in turn two.

On the restart it was Harding from Maiolo, Coyle, Inglis and Kendrick.

On lap 22 Inglis got by Coyle for third and then on the next restart he was up to second while Kendrick swapped spots with Coyle for fourth.

With just a few laps remaining Inglis took the lead over Harding and set up a solid win.

It goes with his win in the Scardifields Smash Repairs King of Wings back in November, with his other best results being a pair of thirds.

Harding’s second backs up his win the previous week and it was a mixed night after he was in second in the speedcar feature when he withdraw with component failure.

Despite his second in the sprintcar race, the past two weeks have been his best results for the season so far.

Maiolo, who won the Silver Cup 12 months ago, is starting to look very strong in the LJM 77 and this was his first podium result for the season - after taking a fourth seven days prior.

Kendrick finished fourth after starting from p6, while Coyle was fifth after starting from p5.

Mitchell Wormall crossed the line in sixth (from p10), while WA champion Dayne Kingshott, who also has two feature race wins to his credit this season, took seventh after starting from p16.

As a result of his big effort, he is the latest winner of the Kincrome Hard Charger award.

Eighth went to Ryan Lancaster who started from p15, while ninth was Jason Pryde, who started p8, 10th was Williamson, 11th was Taylor Milling who started from p20, 12th was AJ Nash who started from p14, 13th was Andrew Priolo who came out of p9, 14th was Bolger who started from p21, 15th was Troy Lawson who started p22 and 16th was Jeremy Hale who started from p23.

Earlier in the night Dack set the Victory 1 Performance Quick Time award while heat race wins went to Inglis, Maiolo and Kendrick.

Heading into this round Inglis had a 16-point series championship lead over Kendrick but he has now extended that to 24 points.

Williamson is still third but his gap from the lead has stretched from 32 points to 52 points.

Kingshott is still fourth and Maiolo has moved into the top five, swapping places with Jason Pryde.

Coyle is still seventh, while Lancaster has moved from ninth to eighth, Pigdon has dropped from eighth to ninth and Milling still holds down 10th, with Harding now knocking on the door.

The series has a two-week break before Rd15, the Asphalt Recyclers Australia Sprintcar Gold Cup is held at the Perth Motorplex on Saturday, April 1.

RESULTS

Qualifying:

Group 1: Jaydee Dack 13.374, Daniel Harding 13.410, Andrew Priolo 13.520, James Inglis 13.605, AJ Nash 13.652, Taylor Milling 13.690, Myles Bolger 13.936.

Group 2: Jason Pryde 13.419, Callum Williamson 13.458, Kris Coyle 13.492, Brad Maiolo 13.539, Jack Williamson 13.563, Dayne Kingshott 13.591, Kye Scroop 13.743, Jeremy Hale 14.372.

Group 3: Trent Pigdon 13.404, Matt Cross 13.527, Jason Kendrick 13.594, Tim King 13.645, Mitchell Wormall 13.706, Jamie Maiolo 13.733 and Troy Lawson 14.558.

Heat 1: 1st James Inglis, 2nd Daniel Harding, 3rd Andrew Priolo, 4th AJ Nash, 5th Ryan Lancaster, 6th Taylor Milling, 7th Jaydee Dack, 8th Myles Bolger.

Heat 2: 1st Brad Maiolo, 2nd Kris Coyle, 3rd Callum Williamson, 4th Jack Williamson, 5th Jason Pryde, 6th Kye Scroop, 7th Dayne Kingshott, 8th Jeremy Hale.

Heat 3: 1st Jason Kendrick, 2nd Trent Pigdon, 3rd Mitchell Wormall, 4th Matt Cross, 5th Jamie Maiolo, 6th Tim King, 7th Troy Lawson.

A Dash: 1st Trent Pigdon, 2nd Daniel Harding, 3rd Kris Coyle, 4th James Inglis, 5th Andrew Priolo, 6th Jaydee Dack.

B Dash: 1st Brad Maiolo, 2nd Callum Williamson, 3rd Jason Kendrick, 4th Jason Pryde, 5th Mitchell Wormall. DNS: Matt Cross.

Midpack: 1st Jack Williamson, 2nd AJ Nash, 3rd Ryan Lancaster, 4th Dayne Kingshott, 5th Kye Scroop, 6th Tim King, 7th Jamie Maiolo, 8th Taylor Milling, 9th Myles Bolger, 10th Troy Lawson, 11th Jeremy Hale.

Feature race: 1st James Inglis, 2nd Daniel Harding, 3rd Brad Maiolo, 4th Jason Kendrick, 5th Kris Coyle, 6th Mitchell Wormall, 7th Dayne Kingshott, 8th Ryan Lancaster, 9th Jason Pryde,10th Callum Williamson, 11th Taylor Milling, 12th AJ Nash, 13th Andrew Priolo, 14th Myles Bolger, 15th Troy Lawson and 16th Jeremy Hale.

Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Series after Rd14 of 18 top 10 (full list still to come): James Inglis 2056, Jason Kendrick 2032, Callum Williamson 2004, Dayne Kingshott 1964. Brad Mailo 1894. Jason Pryde 1892, Kris Coyle 1832, Ryan Lancaster 1826, Trent Pigdon 1804, Taylor Milling 1786.

Hoosier tyre draw: Jason Pryde.

Victory 1 Performance Quick Time: Jaydee Dack.

Kincrome Hard Charger: Dayne Kingshott.

Next rounds:

Rd15, Saturday, April 1, Asphalt Recyclers Australia Sprintcar Gold Cup, Perth Motorplex.

Rd16, Friday, April 7, Bunbury Speedway.

Rd17, Saturday, April 8, Perth Motorplex.

Rd17, Saturday, April 22, Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Series Grand Final, Perth Motorplex.

 

 

MADDINGTON TOYOTA SPRINTCAR SERIES
SUNDAY, MARCH 12

Up until Saturday night Daniel Harding was still searching for his first sprintcar feature race of the season.

Not only did he take the win in the Ampol Legends of Speedway 50 lap final, but prior to that he also won the Speedcar feature race - reason enough for a double celebration at the Perth Motorplex.

Harding started on the front row for the epic final and at the midrace pitstop he was still in the lead and went on to win the race from Trent Pigdon and Callum Williamson.

In fact Harding hardly put a foot wrong all night, setting the Victory 1 Performance Quick Time before taking a second in his heat race.

Pigdon started from p4 for the final and at the midrace point he was still in fourth.

At the start of the show he was quickest in his qualifying group and then took third in his heat race.

The second was his best result of the season so far, bettering a third he took at Bunbury Speedway during Speedweek.

Williamson didn’t fare so well in qualifying at the start of the night and took a sixth in his heat race, putting him out of p16 for the final where he had to dig deep to get onto the podium.

The start of the feature race was marred by a crash on the start/finish line and involving a handful of cars

The worst affected was Mitchwell Wormall who heavily damaged the retro-looking 97 and was out of the show, with Todd Davis and Taylor Milling also withdrawing.

James Inglis was able to go to the work area for hasty repairs before taking his spot at the rear with a damaged top wing and no front wing.

Myles Bolger also had a nose wing change and re-entered the fray with a Wormall Motorsport wing.

The next attempt to start the race was thwarted by Matt Dumesny who spun the Monte Motorsport W17 as Kris Coyle headed to the work area to replace a left-rear tyre.

Four laps into the race and Dumesny had a big crash in turn one - a spot that has seen him come unstuck on three separate occasions for devastating outcomes each time.

Harding meanwhile was out in front and led from Kye Scroop, Dayne Kingshott, Pigdon and AJ Nash.

Scroop hit the lead momentarily but the move was voided when Russell Taylor spun in the first turns.

Nash moved to fourth over Brad Maiolo on lap six before Kye Scroop was slowing with a flat tyre and was hit by Dayne Kingshott who rolled on lap 10.

Maiolo put the pressure on Harding before Ryan Lancaster spun and continued after the restart but was unable to get close enough to strike, despite looking threatening.

The crowd was treated to some great racing between Harding, Maiolo and Nash before the pitstop was called when Jaydee Dack pulled up on the back straight.

Pigdon got by Nash quickly after the break where Williamson was seventh but quickly moved up two spots.

On lap 32 Pigdon went under Maiolo for second and six laps later Lancaster spun around for the second time to be out of the contest.

Pigdon eventually won his battle with Maiolo who then lost another spot when Williamson moved up in front of him on lap 43.

A lap later Nash had a look underneath Maiolo, but was unable to make a move stick.

Nash pulled infield on lap 45 but there was no stopping and no denying Harding who strung together a heap of great laps to take the well-deserved win.

Maiolo held on to take fourth after starting from p6.

Jason Kendrick was fifth after starting from p8, while Coyle raced back up to sixth after originally starting from p3 and being fifth at the break.

Inglis put in a herculean effort to manhandle a badly damaged car that had a nose wing fitted at the pitstop and he finished seventh after starting from p26 - enough of an efffort to win the Kincrome Hard Charger award.

Jason Pryde, who started from p11, finished 8th, ahead of Matt Cross who finished ninth after starting from p12 and Bolger who claimed 10th after starting from p18.





Rd14 of the 18-round series will be held at the Perth Motorplex next Saturday night.

Qualifying.

Group 1: Dayne Kingshott 13.487, Ryan Lancaster 13.560, Kye Scroop 13.570, Jason Pryde 13.637, Callum Williamson 13.657, Mitchell Wormall 13.782, James Inglis 13.800.

Group 2: Daniel Harding 13.409, Matthew Cross 13.457, AJ Nash 13.508, Brad Maiolo 13.557, Matthew Dumesny 13.636, Jaydee Dack 13.760, Taylor Milling 13.795.

Group 3: Trent Pigdon 13.463, Kris Coyle 13.537, Russell Taylor 13.579, Jason Kendrick 13.612, Todd Davis 13.727, Myles Bolger 13.799, Jeremy Hale 14.018.

Heat 1: 1st Kye Scroop, 2nd Dayne Kingshott, 3rd Jason Pryde, 4th Mitchell Wormall, 5th Ryan Lancaster, 6th Callum Williamson, 7th James Inglis.

Heat 2: 1st Brad Maiolo, 2nd Daniel Harding, 3rd AJ Nash, 4th Matt Dumesny, 5th Jaydee Dack 6th Matt Cross, 7th Taylor Milling.

Heat 3: 1st Kris Coyle 2nd Jason Kendrick, 3rd Trent Pigdon, 4th Russell Taylor, 5th Todd Davis, 6th Jeremy Hale, 7th Myles Bolger.

Feature race: 1st Daniel Harding, 2nd Trent Pigdon, 3rd Callum Williamson, 4th Brad Maiolo, 5th Jason Kendrick, 6th Kris Coyle, 7th James Inglis, 8th Jason Pryde, 9th Matt Cross, 10th Myles Bolger. DNF: AJ Nash, Ryan Lancaster, Jaydee Dack, Russell Taylor, Dayne Kingshott, Kye Scroop, Jeremey Hale, Matt Dumesny, Todd Davis, Mitchell Wormall and Taylor Milling.

Hoosier tyre draw: Todd Davis.

Victory 1 Performance Quick Time: Daniel Harding.

Kincrome Hard Charger: James Inglis.

 

 

Moule beats the fog and the field
28 teams rolled into Borderline Speedway Saturday night for RD 8 of the Mainline DynoLog
Dynamometers All Star Series so we knew then that the racing was going to be hard & fast. After
some carnage at the start of the Main Todd Moule came home strongly with the win and giving the
D26 Moule Motorsport Team their 2nd A Main Series win for the season. The hard charging
youngster led the main for all 25 laps. V34 Brenten Farrer running in second tried to make moves on
Moule through lap traffic but was unable to get the job done. With a solid result SA3 Ben Morris
came home in 3rd. SA33 Mark Caruso and SA11 Scott Enderl rounded out the top 5. The fog was
rolling in but the field managed to keep it at bay for the race but when the cars stopped it settled
and unfortunately the Wingless weren’t able to run their A Main.
The winning team celebrated a birthday during the week with Dad Tony celebrating another year
and what a way to celebrate for them. “Dad will be happy with that. He gave me the hurry up to get
up there on the track at one of the restarts and I gave it a go. It worked out and the car was beautiful
up there. I can’t thank the boys’ enough.” a very happy Todd said at the post race interview.
The Flocon 360 Tri State Series came down to the wire going into the A between Farrer and Caruso
but with Farrer finishing in front of Caruso it gave him enough points to take out the title. As well as
the Title Farrer picked up and additional $3K for his effort.
Heat races were eventful and after picking up the Heath Hunter Hire Quick Time Award SA98 Chad
Ely sat on the infield for his first heat with a broken birdcage. VA75 David Donegan took a big ride in
his heat after riding a right rear going into T2. Donnaz exited the car under his own steam and only
sore but the crash ended his night. V18 Chris Temby was unable to finish his second heat but the
team battled to get the car back for the B unfortunately only to have to throttle jam and sit the B
out also. VA91 Dan Scott another to have a horror night.
Heat race wins went to – Mark Caruso, Ben Morris, Paul Solomon, Zac Farrer, Angus Hollis, and Boyd
Harris
A Main results: - 1st D26 Todd Moule, 2nd V34 Brenten Farrer, 3rd SA3 Ben Morris, 4th SA33 Mark
Caruso, 5th SA11 Scott Enderl, 6th SA24 Ricky Maiolo, 7th V95 Ryan Davis, 8th V43 Corey Sandow 9th
V7 Paul Solomon, 10th V10 Steven Loader 11th V65 Kane Newcombe, 12th D21 Zac Farrer, 13th V47
Jeremy Kupsch, 14th V44 Angus Hollis-DNF, 15th VA2 Boyd Harris-DNF, 16th SA14 Brendan Quinn, 17th
V78 Chris Campbell-DNF, 18th SA10 Steven Caruso – DNF, 19th SA78 Keke Falland-DNF, 20th SA4 Lisa
Walker-DNF
Contingency Winners
IDIGIT Lucky $100 draw – Dan Scott - $100 cash
Bar Up 8 – Corey Sandow
Bullseye Lucky 7 – Ryan Davis- $100 cash
Heath Hunter Hire Quick Time Award –Chad Ely – $100 cash
HCC Maxie’s Keep on Fighting Award – Chris Temby - $100 cash
TEH Hard Charger – Brenten Farrer - $100 cash
Fosters Last Man Standing – Jeremy Kupsch - $100 cash
Hoosier Hero – Todd Moule - $100 Hoosier voucher
Mint Pig Lucky Draw – Corey Sandow- $100 Fuel Card

 

Franek grabs Hattiesburg USCS Hub City prelim

USCS National and Winter Heat Series points leader Davie Franek from Wantage, NJ charged from outside the front row into the USCS Victory Lane after the 25-lap USCS main event at Hattiesburg Speedway on Friday night.

Franek held off the charges of Sunbury, PA driver Mark Smith through five caution periods for the win. Smith followed him across the finish line in the runner-up spot with Dale Howard from Byhalia, Mississippi in third place.

14-time USCS National Champion Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee followed in fourth place with Matt Covington from Glenpook, Oklahoma completing the top five.

USCS Outlaw Thunder results for 3/3/2023 at Hattiesburg Speedway - Hattiesburg, MS

USCS 360 Outlaw Sprint Cars-30 Entries

USCS Sprint Car Feature 30-Laps:

1. 28F-Davie Franek[2]; 2. 43-Mark Smith[7]; 3. 47-Dale Howard[3]; 4. 10-Terry Gray[1]; 5. 95-Matt Covington[12]; 6. 44-Ronny Howard[4]; 7. 66-Danny Smith[8]; 8. 13-Chase Howard[5]; 9. 21-Gavan Boschele[15]; 10. 10M-Morgan Turpen[11]; 11. 47K-Kaylee Bryson[9]; 12. 23-Lance Moss[13]; 13. 55B-Brandon Anderson[14]; 14. 01-Shane Morgan[17]; 15. 12-Corbin Gurley[19]; 16. 55-Brad Bowden[6]; 17. 32-Rusty Sanford[18]; 18. 56-Jeff Smith[10]; 19. (DNF) 15K-Creed Kemenah[22]; 20. (DNF) 13X-Jake Brashier[16]; 21. (DNF) 121-Jan Howard[20]; 22. (DNF) 28-Jeff Willingham[23]; 23. (DNF) 31-Casey Wills[21]

B Main 1 8 Laps

1. 21-Gavan Boschele[1]; 2. 01-Shane Morgan[3]; 3. 12-Corbin Gurley[4]; 4. 31-Casey Wills[5]; 5. 88-Terry Easum[6]; 6. 2H-Tommy Hall[7]; 7. 21D-Butch David[8]; 8. 4X-Scott Baldwin[2]

B Main 2 8 Laps

1. 13X-Jake Brashier[1]; 2. 32-Rusty Sanford[2]; 3. 121-Jan Howard[7]; 4. 15K-Creed Kemenah[4]; 5. 88B-Brandon Blenden[6]; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[5]; 7. 56T-DL (Tank) Brashier[3]; 8. (DNS) 10L-Landon Britt

Hoosier Speed Dash 6 Laps

1. 10-Terry Gray[2]; 2. 28F-Davie Franek[4]; 3. 47-Dale Howard[5]; 4. 44-Ronny Howard[1]; 5. 13-Chase Howard[3]; 6. 55-Brad Bowden[6]

Engler Machine & Tool Heat 1 8 Laps

1. 47-Dale Howard[3]; 2. 44-Ronny Howard[5]; 3. 10-Terry Gray[7]; 4. 55B-Brandon Anderson[6]; 5. 12-Corbin Gurley[2]; 6. 01-Shane Morgan[8]; 7. 88B-Brandon Blenden[4]; 8. (DNF) 21D-Butch David[1]

JJ Supply of NC Heat 2 8 Laps

1. 28F-Davie Franek[4]; 2. 10M-Morgan Turpen[3]; 3. 23-Lance Moss[5]; 4. 56-Jeff Smith[8]; 5. 4X-Scott Baldwin[6]; 6. 56T-DL (Tank) Brashier[7]; 7. (DNF) 121-Jan Howard[2]; 8. (DQ) 10L-Landon Britt[1]

Racing Electronics Heat 3 8 Laps

1. 66-Danny Smith[1]; 2. 13-Chase Howard[5]; 3. 55-Brad Bowden[7]; 4. 13X-Jake Brashier[4]; 5. 32-Rusty Sanford[6]; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[3]; 7. 2H-Tommy Hall[2]

HERO Graphics Heat 4 8 Laps

1. 47K-Kaylee Bryson[1]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[3]; 3. 43-Mark Smith[6]; 4. 21-Gavan Boschele[5]; 5. 15K-Creed Kemenah[2]; 6. 31-Casey Wills[4]; 7. 88-Terry Easum[7]

 

 

HAMILTON DOMINATES STEELE 125

February 25, 2023 – Pinellas Park, Florida - Lady Luck was on Davey Hamilton Jr’s side Saturday night during the 4th annual Dave Steele 125 at Showtime Speedway near Clearwater, Florida. Everything that could go right did. He turned in a dominating performance to claim the biggest win of his young career driving the Kirk Morgan Racing #14 Beast to his first Steele 125 victory.

During last year's event, Hamilton set quick time and led nearly every lap until Kyle O’Gara passed him late in the race to steal the victory from him. After the race Hamilton alluded to the fact, he thought he had saved his tires, but hadn’t. We would not let that seal his fate this year.
Hamilton se quick time once again this year. A random draw among the fastest seven qualifies would see Hamilton drawing the coveted pole position alongside Showtime Speedway promoter Robert Yoho.

At the drop of the green Hamilton grabbed the lead, but it would be short lived. Shane Butler assumed the point on lap 9. After swapping the lead again on lap 23, Hamilton would take the lead for good on lap 29 and go the distance without any challenges as he built a commanding lead the duration of the event.

It was only Hamilton’s second non-wing sprint car victory of his career, but his biggest win to date. Hamilton beat Kody Swanson to the checkered by 4.584 seconds for the $5,000 payday plus over an estimated $1000 in posted lap monies.

Shane Butler came home third followed by Kyle O’Gara with Steven Hollinger rounding out the top five.

The only series incident occurred on lap 23 when the throttle stuck on Robert Yoho’s machine entering turn one. Yoho would get upside down before exiting the car quickly when a fire erupted. Yoho was uninjured.

“Last year I was struggling with restarts and spinning tires” explained Hamilton. “Today during practice, we weren’t very fast. We were fifth fastest. I didn’t think we had a car to win. My crew have been working It, and they had a hard job to make this car right for me, but we found it in qualifying”.

“We had a really good race pace. I wasn’t pushing it, but I wasn’t going easy. We were running constant laps. I lost the lead twice tonight. It wasn’t on purpose I can tell you that. The way they make you start here is at the flag stand, which isn’t normal for sprint car racing. I struggled with wheel spin. The better line here is the outside going into one. We came up one spot short last year, but I’m thankful to be on top this year” concluded Hamilton.

The finish (125 laps): 1. 14-Davey Hamilton Jr.; 2. 68-Kody Swanson; 3. 18-Shane Butler; 4. 67-Kyle O’Gara; 5. 1-Steven Hollinger; 6. 61-Colton Bettis; 7. 93-Dude Teate; 8. 7-larry Brazil Jr.; 9. 83-Bryan Riddle; 10. 33-Robert Yoho; 11. 86-JJ Dutton; 12. 4-Travis Bliemeister; DNS. 59X-John Inman

 

 

Tim Buckwalter Claims $5,000 BELFOR Property Restoration East Coast Dirt Saturday Night In Trenton’s Cure Insurance Arena

Trenton, NJ (Sat.) – Tim Buckwalter of Douglassville, PA raced to a thrilling victory Saturday night in the East Coast Indoor Dirt Nationals 50-lap 600cc Sprint feature on the climactic night of the two-day BELFOR Property Restoration sponsored races in Trenton, NJ’s Cure Insurance Arena. The Saturday night events were sponsored by Custom Built Products.

Buckwalter worked his way into contention from a sixth-place start to move to fourth behind Alex Bright, Briggs Danner, and Connor Gross by lap 12. But when he and Danner tangled racing for second place, both had to restart from the rear of the field.

“I knew I had a good car but I had to calm myself down after the tangle,” Buckwalter admitted. Bright, Billy Pauch, Jr., Gross, and surprising Dellaponti, who had started 19 th in the feature as a B-Main qualifier, were in Buckwalter’s path.

Aided somewhat by a trio of mid-race starts, Buckwalter charged into second by lap 20, moved to the lead by passing Pauch on lap 23, and was never headed for the remainder of the race.

Behind him, the action for the runner-up spot had the fans standing and cheering. Pauch held it, Bright was challenging and Dellaponti was battling both of the teammates in a fight for the position that changed every lap. Dellaponti held off Pauch and Bright -- and was right behind Buckwalter when, after 15 sustained laps of green flag racing, a late race caution came out.

“I really think I could have caught him (Buckwalter) if the yellow hadn’t come out,” Dellaponti exclaimed. “I got under him once and had the speed.”

As it was, the caution gave Pauch, Jr. a new chance at second place and he ducked under Dellaponti on the white flag lap to finish second by less than half a car length.

“The high side was working for me all night,” Pauch shared. “But as the race went on, the top got too far out there to make any progress. Happy to finish second, but really want to win one of these races sometime.” Pauch has never won an Indoor Auto Racing Series despite several prior second-place finishes before this one.

Behind the front trio of Buckwalter, Pauch, and Dellaponti were Zach Bealer, who, like Buckwalter, had been involved in a skirmish that sent him to the rear of the pack early, and Kyle Spence.

Early leader Bright settled for sixth, Aidan Borden, who started seventh in his C-Main, transferred to the B, made it into the A, and finished a fast-closing seventh. Billy Calvert, PJ Williams, and Marty Brian completed the top ten.

The top 12 starting spots were determined by an eight-lap Dash among the top three finishers in the previous night’s four 20-lap A-Main Qualifiers. Alex Bright won the race and earned the right to start on the pole for the 50-lap main event with Scott Kreutter, Connor Gross, Steven Snyder, Jr., and Pauch finishing in the top five.

The remainder of the 24-car starting field was determined by a series of ‘Alphabet’ Mains. Kenny Miller, III, and PJ Williams won the pair of 15-lap B Mains, Wayne Scott and Dan Robinson the two 12-lap C Mains, Scott, and Bubba Hughes earned the pair of 12-lap D-Mains and Colin White and Joey Amantea bested the fields in the two 12-lap E-Mains.

Jon Keller was the 25 th starter, was the most recent winner of the East Coast Dirt Nationals in 2020. Keller flipped his car in Friday heat racing, bending it beyond repair. He missed transferring into the A Main after attaining a ride in a different car. He finished 25 th.

“The East Coast Dirt Nationals are back,” event promoter Len Sammons said, noting that the race had been held this weekend for the first time in three years. “The racing was great, a new star was born in Adrianna Dellaponti, and track gave the fans great racing,” Sammons said.

For more information about the Indoor Door Auto Racing Championship visit www.indoorautoracing.com

East Coast Indoor Dirt Nationals Finish (50 Laps): 1. Tim Buckwalter, 2. Billy Pauch Jr., 3. Adrianna Dellaponti, 4. Zach Bealer, 5. Kyle Spence, 6. Alex Bright, 7. Aidan Borden, 8. Billy Calvert, 9. PJ Williams, 10. Marty Brian, 11. Connor Gross, 12. Billy Koch, 13. Chris Allen, 14. Adam Bracall, 15. Tyler Ulrich, 16. Eddie Strada, 17. JT Bierman, 18. Jimmy Glenn, 19. Dan Robinson, 20. Briggs Danner, 21. Kenny Miller III, 22. Steven Snyder Jr., 23. Kyle Lick, 24. Scott Kreutter, 25. Jon Keller.

 

 

Friday Night East Coast Dirt Nationals A-Main Qualifiers Won By Briggs Danner, Zack Bealer, Eddie Strada & Tim Buckwalter

Trenton, NJ (Fri.) – Briggs Danner, Zack Bealer, Eddie Strada, and Tim Buckwalter were the four winners of the $1,000-to-win 20-lap Turp Coates Law of Hightstown, NJ-sponsored A-Main Qualifier races on Night One of the two-day BELFOR Property Restoration sponsored East Coast Indoor Dirt Nationals in Trenton, NJ’s Cure Insurance Arena.

Danner dominated the first Qualifier. “The car was great early in the race and fell off a little toward the end. But I was still able to take the win,” Danner offered. Scott Kreutter and Steven Snyder, Jr. also qualified for Saturday’s race by finishing second and third.

Bealer outran Billy Pauch, Jr. and Tyler Ulrich in the second Qualifier. “I was able to take advantage on the restarts. Never lost a spot I gained,” Bealer explained of his winning ride.

Strada won the third Qualifier with Marty Brian and JT Bierman second and third. Strada led all the way. “I honestly don’t like starting on the pole, but I was able to make it work,” Strada confided.

Buckwalter led all the way to win the fourth 20-lap Qualifier. “Starting up front helped for sure,” Buckwalter said. Alex Bright charged from as far back as sixth to finish second. Connor Gross was third.

Nine 12-lap heat races preceded the four Turp Coates Law of Hightstown, NJ A-Main Qualifiers. Winners included Scott Kreutter, Briggs Danner, Eddie Strada, Kyle Spence, Zach Bealer, Alex Bright, Marty Brian, Aidan Borden, and Adrianna Dellaponte. Colin White escaped injury in a wild flip early in the sixth heat race.

The top 60 in heat race points, finishing positions with the addition of passing points, advanced to the four 20-lap A-Main qualifiers.

Finishing positions and passing points from Friday will then set the line-ups for Saturday’s events, sponsored by Custom Built Products, for the remainder of the drivers who failed to finish in the top three on night one.

The drivers with the least points will begin Saturday’s program, which begins at 6 PM, in one of two E-Mains that transfer the top four to the back of those assigned to the D-Main. This process continues with each letter until the top six finishers in each B-Main fill out the field for Saturday night’s 24-car A-Main.

Saturday’s Indoor Dirt Nationals Tickets are available at the CURE Insurance Arena Box Office or online at indoorautoracing.com.

For those who cannot attend, the event will be available on DTD Pay-Per-View for $39.99 Saturday.

First Friday Qualifier (20 Laps): 1. Briggs Danner, 2. Scott Kreutter, 3. Steven Snyder, 4. Kenny Miller III, 5. Adrianna Dellaponti, 6. Pat Bealer, 7. Jackson White, 8. Olivia Haworth, 9. Sean Case, 10. Mark Wiggett, 11. Brandon Pavel, 12. Johnny Smith, 13. Jason Muldowney, 14 Sammy Martz, 15. Jon Keller.

Second Friday Qualifier (20 Laps): 1. Zach Bealer, 2. Billy Pauch Jr., 3. Tyler Ulrich, 4. Chris Allen, 5. Billy Koch, 6. Adam Bracall, 7. Kyle Spence, 8. JT Ferry, 9. Tyler Brehm, 10. Tyler Thompson, 11. Nate Smith, 12. Morgan Rochelle Bealer, 13. Wayne Scott, 14. Tyler Lindsay, 15. Gary Bozowski.

Third Friday Qualifier (20 Laps): 1. Eddie Strada, 2. Marty Brian, 3. JT Bierman, 4. Cody West, 5. Rob Pajauls, 6. Jimmy Glenn, 7. Christian Bruno, 8. Mason Peters, 9. Caiden Herbert, 10. Dan Lane, 11. Eddie Mort, 12. Danny Buccafusca, 13. Pat Hires, 14. Chase Cabre, 15. Josh Conover.

Fourth Friday Qualifier (20 Laps): 1. Tim Buckwalter, 2. Alex Bright, 3. Connor Gross, 4. PJ Williams, 5. Kyle Lick, 6. Cliff Brian Jr., 7. Billy Covert, 8. Dan Robinson, 9. Georden Marrero, 10. Todd Davis, 11. Aidan Borden, 12. Bubba Hughes, 13. Justin Burr, 14. Bob Hentschel, 15. Jesse Maurer.

 

 

Flag to flag

On a hot summer night at Moama the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series main event
went flag to flag with an elated Brenten Farrer coming home in first place. Starting on pole for the A
Farrer didn’t have it all his way with young gun Chris Temby in the Fosters Transport V18 getting the
start and leading the early stages. The Foster/Temby combination had been busy through the week
replacing the engine that they hurt last weekend at Nyora. Farrer managed to pass Temby when lap
traffic came into play. Current point’s leader SA33 Mark Caruso was also hot on the tail tanks of
these 2 for a few laps before he managed to pass Temby for 2nd. With only a couple of laps left
Caruso made a couple of attempts to get under Farrer but couldn’t get it done and settled for
second at the checkers. Cyclone Solomon was also moving up the field and gaining on P1 and P2
coming home in 3rd. V18 Chris Temby finished 4th and V64 Kane Newcombe rounded out the top 5.
Early in the night the track wasn’t kind on tyres but as the sun set it allowed the immense amount of
water the track held to ease this. The feature was shortened to 25 laps instead of 30 early in the
night just to be on the safe side but it wouldn’t have mattered as tyres weren’t a problem by this
stage. “It was a credit to all the track prep guys fighting temperatures in the 40s for a few days to
keep the track in condition and the immense amount of water they poured into it the during the
week worked.” Searle said after the feature.
After destroying his car last weekend and rebuilding during the week VA2 BJ Harris had engine
gremlins at the start of the night. The team worked hard and managed to find the problem and won
the Maxis Keep on Fighting Award for all their effort. NS22 Jarreth Argus took out the TEH Hard
Charger. After setting Quick Time in his group unfortunately D26 Todd Moule’s night was done
before it started with the team retiring with engine problems.
VA91 Dan Scott was another to burn the midnight oil through the week after rolling at Nyora. The
team have been having mechanical issues for weeks and finally managed to fix the problem and had
a solid result for the night with a 7th place.
Heat race wins went to – Mark Caruso, Paul Solomon, Kane Newcombe, and Brenten Farrer
A Main results: - 1st V34 Brenten Farrer, 2nd SA33 Mark Caruso, 3rd V7 Paul Solomon, 4th V18 Chris
Temby, 5thV65 Kane Newcombe, 6th VA9 Jamie Hennessy, 7th VA91 Dan Scott, 8th Donnaz, 9th V43
Corey Sandow, 10th V46 Jordan, 11th V47 Jeremy Kupsch, 12th NS22 Jarreth Argus, 13th D21 Zac
Farrer, 14th NT52 Jason Bolitho, 15th VA2 BJ Harris, 16th SA37 Terry Kelly, 17th V10 Steven Loader, 18th
N36 Eddie Lumbar – DNF.
Contingency Winners
IDIGIT Lucky $100 draw – Terry Kelly - $100 cash
Bar Up 8 – David Donegan
Bullseye Lucky 7 – Dan Scott - $100 cash
Heath Hunter Hire Quick Time Award – Mark Caruso – $100 cash
HCC Maxie’s Keep on Fighting Award – BJ Harris - $100 cash
TEH Hard Charger – Jarreth Argus - $100 cash
Fosters Last Man Standing – Steven Loader - $100 cash
Hoosier Hero – Brenten Farrer - $100 Hoosier voucher
Mint Pig Lucky Draw – Paul Solomon- $100 Fuel Card
Skidmore Racing Lucky Draw – Jeremy Kupsch – 5ltr drum of gear oil

 

MADDINGTON TOYOTA SPRINTCAR SERIES
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2023

James Inglis has returned to the top of the championship points after Rd12 of the 18-round Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Series championship was held at the Perth Motorplex on Saturday night.

Heading into the latest bout, Inglis was second on 1634 points, 14 points shy of leader Jason Kendrick on 1648, while Callum Williamson was third on 1616, Dayne Kingshott was fourth on 1566 and David Priolo was fifth on 1546.

Kendrick posted a DNF on the first lap of the feature race last Saturday while Williamson was out of the show late with a cut down right rear tyre.

Inglis on the other hand, finished sixth to rocket back into championship contention in the Diamond Bay Motorsport W26.

Now he has 1770 points, with a 20-point buffer of Kendrick on 1750, while Williamson is still third on 1730 points.

Kingshott is still fourth, now on 1708 points after a great drive to finish fourth in the Krikke Boys Shootout.

Jason Pryde, while also posting a DNF, claimed enough points to move into fifth overall and now has 1626 points.

Brad Maiolo has moved up from eighth to sixth to now be on 1608 points, while the top 10 is rounded out by David Priolo on 1596, Andrew Priolo and Ryan Lancaster on 1566 each and Kris Coyle on 1560.

The next round of the series will be at the Perth Motorplex on Saturday, March 11.

Points: James Inglis 1770, Jason Kendrick 1750, Callum Williamson 1730, Dayne Kingshott 1708, Jason Pryde 1626, Brad Maiolo 1608, David Priolo 1596, Andrew Priolo 1566, Ryan Lancaster 1566, Kris Coyle 1560, Taylor Milling 1550, Trent Pigdon 1546, Daniel Harding 1480, Mitchell Wormall 1442, Jaydee Dack 1416, Cory Eliason 1172, Tyler Courtney 1160, AJ Nash 1134, Robbie Farr 1048, Brock Zearfoss 996, Matthew Cross 872, Nathan Swan 822, Matt Egel 810, Kye Scroop 734, George Eaton 694, Todd Davis 648, Russell Taylor 602, Kerry Madsen 402, Rusty Hickman 386, Chace Karpenko 290, Luke Dillon 264, Troy Lawson 240, Jack Williamson 230, Darren Mewett 220, Myles Bolger 28, Lachlan McHugh 150, Jamie Veal 146, Jock Goodyer 144, Luke Oldfield 138, Marcus Dumesny 128, Ian Madsen 124, Brenton Farrer 124, Chad Ely 122, Steven Lines 122, Ken Sartori 110, Jeremy Hale, Lachlan Caunt, Matthew Dumesny, Shaun Bradford and Kaiden Manders 50 each.

 

 

East Bay Raceway Park FL

King of 360's

A Feature 1 (40 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[11]; 2. 71H-Max Stambaugh[14]; 3. 24-Terry McCarl[13]; 4. 8-Aaron Reutzel[2]; 5. 5T-Ryan Timms[5]; 6. 26-Zeb Wise[4]; 7. 92-Matt Kurtz[21]; 8. 3TK-Tim Shaffer[24]; 9. 14C-Tyler Clem[17]; 10. 28F-Davie Franek[3]; 11. 22-Riley Goodno[18]; 12. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[20]; 13. 24M-Danny Martin Jr[10]; 14. 15-Garrett Green[8]; 15. 9P-Parker Price Miller[6]; 16. 43-Mark Smith[1]; 17. 22S-Slater Helt[19]; 18. 44-Christopher Martin[15]; 19. 23R-Ryan Roberts[23]; 20. 47R-Eric Riggins Jr[9]; 21. G6-Brandon Grubaugh[16]; 22. 3AJ-AJ Maddox[7]; 23. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[22]; 24. 50-Cole Macedo[12]

B Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 22S-Slater Helt[1]; 2. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[5]; 3. 3TK-Tim Shaffer[3]; 4. 28M-Conner Morrell[2]; 5. 3-Parker Evans[6]; 6. 23-Lance Moss[7]; 7. 5D-Jacob Dykstra[11]; 8. 10X-Reese Nowotarski[4]; 9. 938-Bradley Fezard[8]; 10. 22M-Shawn Murray[10]; 11. (DNS) 10M-Morgan Havener; 12. (DNS) 3G-Todd Gracey; 13. (DNS) 11-Mike Thompson

B Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[2]; 2. 92-Matt Kurtz[1]; 3. 23R-Ryan Roberts[4]; 4. 9-Liam Martin[6]; 5. 20B-Cody Bova[7]; 6. 47K-Kaylee Bryson[3]; 7. 197UK-Ryan Harrison[8]; 8. 14-Jordon Mallett[9]; 9. 77T-Tyeller Powless[12]; 10. 11M-Brendan Mullen[11]; 11. 3A-Aaron Rixmann[13]; 12. (DNS) 2C-Wayne Johnson; 13. (DNS) 2W-Whit Gastineau

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 3AJ-AJ Maddox[4]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[3]; 3. 44-Christopher Martin[2]; 4. 22S-Slater Helt[9]; 5. 3TK-Tim Shaffer[1]; 6. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[6]; 7. 23-Lance Moss[10]; 8. 10M-Morgan Havener[8]; 9. 5D-Jacob Dykstra[5]; 10. 11-Mike Thompson[7]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 15-Garrett Green[2]; 2. 50-Cole Macedo[1]; 3. G6-Brandon Grubaugh[7]; 4. 92-Matt Kurtz[3]; 5. 47K-Kaylee Bryson[5]; 6. 2C-Wayne Johnson[4]; 7. 20B-Cody Bova[6]; 8. 14-Jordon Mallett[8]; 9. 11M-Brendan Mullen[10]; 10. 3A-Aaron Rixmann[9]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 47R-Eric Riggins Jr[3]; 2. 24-Terry McCarl[1]; 3. 14C-Tyler Clem[2]; 4. 28M-Conner Morrell[5]; 5. 10X-Reese Nowotarski[6]; 6. 3-Parker Evans[8]; 7. 938-Bradley Fezard[9]; 8. 22M-Shawn Murray[7]; 9. 3G-Todd Gracey[4]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 24M-Danny Martin Jr[1]; 2. 71H-Max Stambaugh[2]; 3. 22-Riley Goodno[3]; 4. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[4]; 5. 23R-Ryan Roberts[6]; 6. 9-Liam Martin[8]; 7. 197UK-Ryan Harrison[9]; 8. 2W-Whit Gastineau[5]; 9. 77T-Tyeller Powless[7]

 

 

HAMILTON JR. WINS YET ANOTHER SOUTHERN SPRINT CAR GO

February 18, 2023 – Pinellas Park, Florida - Davey Hamilton Jr. captured Saturday nights BG Products Southern Sprint Car Shootout Series (SSSS) event at Showtime Speedway in Pinellas Park, Florida driving the Morgan Motorsports #14. It was race #2 of the 2023 SSSS championship chase.

After starting tenth, Hamilton locked behind Daniel Miller and the duo quickly moved to the front. Once Miller got the lead Hamilton began trying to make the pass for the lead repeatedly entering turn 1. Each time Miller slammed the door on him. It appeared as if turn 1 would be Hamilton’s best opportunity to take the lead as Hamilton could run lower than Miller at that end of the track.

With less than 15 laps remaining, Hamilton got a good run on Miller entering turn 1 and slid in front of him to overtake the lead. After a several laps of battling with Miller, Hamilton then pulled away over the remaining 15 laps to win by a margin of 2.882 seconds. It was Hamilton’s ninth career SSSS victory.

With Hamilton’s most recent win, he has won 7 consecutive series wins dating back to October 8 of last year at four different Florida asphalt speedways.

In victory lane Hamilton explained how he got a good run on Miller for the lead. “He (Miller) didn’t have a good drive off of turn four. It let me get a good run on him going into one. I was surprised I was still able to pass him going into 1 because I had tried that five plus times prior to the pass for the lead. I figured he would have seen that and played the defensive role a little bit".

"It was a good race, and we were able to add to our win list. I’m on a high right now but we all know it doesn’t last forever. We’re gonna stay humble. Wherever we go this year I know we’re gonna be a contender in the winged car. I’m very fortunate to be the driver for this team” concluded Hamilton.

Showtime Speedway will be right back at it next weekend with another high-profile sprint car race. The 4th annual Dave Steele 125 will see the wings taken off and a $5,000 winner's prize will be up for grabs next weekend February 24-25. The 4th annual Dave Steele 125 will officially end the sprint car portion of Florida Speedweeks.

40-LAP FEATURE RESULTS

1)14-Davey Hamilton Jr.; 2) 5-Daniel Miller; 3) 88a-Sport Allen; 4) 13-Scotty Adema; 5) 93-Dude Teate; 6 ) 61-Colton Bettis; 7) 14h-Davey Hamilton Sr.; 8) 55-Tommy Nichols; 9) 32-Bo Hartley; 10) 83-Bryan Riddle; 11) 33-Robert Yoho; 12) 59x-John Inman; 13) 1-Steven Hollinger; 14)

 

 

MADDINGTON TOYOTA SPRINTCAR SERIES

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2023

While he might have come up just short at the 60th Australian Sprintcar Championship at the Perth Motorplex a week prior, Queenslander Lachlan McHugh claimed the win in the Krikke Boys Shootout at the Perth Motorplex on Saturday night.

McHugh won the iconic event that has been moved to its new home after being a staple at Bunbury Speedway for many years, putting his name in the record books against some big names.

He started from P2 to win the event from Jamie Veal, Victoria, who started from P20 and newly-crowned Australia 1 Jock Goodyer, Tasmania.

The race was not even half a lap old when Kye Scroop and Jason Kendrick came together and Jason Pryde also became caught up in the incident, putting all three of them out of the show.

Ryan Lancaster, who had been struggling with engine issues earlier in the night, suffered some minor damage, but was able to resume from the rear.

Moments later AJ Nash pulled a wheelie and bounced across the curb coming out of turn four and Luke Oldfield spun around for a caution.

The next caution was after Jaydee Dack tagged the wall and knocked out the rear end of his car.

After the slow start, the race pace finally picked up with Kerry Madsen the early leader from McHugh, Goodyer, Callum Wliliamson and Kris Coyle.

McHugh then took the lead and with 24 laps to go he was into lapped traffic.

Goodyer and Williamson were trading blow after blow for third spot.

At midrace distance Veal was looking stronger and stronger and was in fifth spot, ahead of Ian Madsen who started from p8, Dayne Kingshott, who started p5, Coyle, from p4, Marcus Dumesny, who was still on a charge after coming from p24 and Dillon, who started from p12.

The pace was frantic and with nine laps to go Madsen had edged closer to McHugh and they had a buffer back to Goodyer and Williamson who were still pushing each other hard.

Williamson’s race was over however with four laps to go after his right rear tyre gave up the challenge.

On the restart McHugh led away from Kerry Madsen, Goodyer, Veal, Ian Madsen, Dumesny, Kingshott, Brad Maiolo and James Inglis.

The race was well and truly on with little separating the front runners and moments later Kerry Madsen was spun around and resumed at the rear by his brother.

In the final runs to the checkers Dumesny spun in pits bend, ending a massive run forward and defending series champion Coyle was out with a flat tyre, ending a promising run

Veal got under Goodyer on the final restart to establish second, but there was no denying McHugh from getting his popular and commanding win.

Earlier in the night heat wins went to Williamson, Dack and Goodyer, while the A Dash went the way of Kerry Madsen and the B Dash to Goodyer.

Inglis won the Midpack Madness, while Brad Maiolo won the B Main.

David Priolo was out of the show early after a right rear tyre exploded and he crashed in pits bend, seeing him seek medical treatment for a sore back.

Quick race results:

A Main: 1st Lachlan McHugh, 2nd Jamie Veal, 3rd Jock Goodyer, 4th Dayne Kingshott, 5th Daniel Harding, 6th Luke Oldfield, 7th James Inglis, 8th AJ Nash, 9th Luke Dillon, 10th Taylor Milling, 11th Marcus Dumesny, 12th Kerry Madsen, 13th Ian Madsen, 14th Chad Ely, 15th Ryan Lancaster, 16th Matthew Cross.

* More updates and what the make up of the series championship looks like will be issued on Sunday.

 


East Bay Raceway Park

Reutzel Wins 360s
360 Sprints 48 Entries
A Feature

1. 8-Aaron Reutzel[6]; 2. 24M-Danny Martin Jr[2]; 3. 43-Mark Smith[3]; 4. 26-Zeb Wise[8]; 5. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[7]; 6. 5T-Ryan Timms[14]; 7. 47R-Eric Riggins Jr[5]; 8. 9P-Parker Price Miller[21]; 9. 28F-Davie Franek[9]; 10. 44-Christopher Martin[16]; 11. 2C-Wayne Johnson[10]; 12. 71H-Max Stambaugh[23]; 13. 24-Terry McCarl[4]; 14. 47K-Kaylee Bryson[13]; 15. 3TK-Tim Shaffer[12]; 16. 28M-Conner Morrell[17]; 17. 14C-Tyler Clem[20]; 18. 2W-Whit Gastineau[11]; 19. 92-Matt Kurtz[22]; 20. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[24]; 21. 20B-Cody Bova[19]; 22. 11-Mike Thompson[18]; 23. 15-Garrett Green[15]; 24. 3AJ-AJ Maddox[1]
B Feature 1

1. 28M-Conner Morrell[1]; 2. 9P-Parker Price Miller[2]; 3. 9-Liam Martin[3]; 4. 1-Brenham Crouch[6]; 5. 23-Lance Moss[8]; 6. 22-Riley Goodno[5]; 7. 3A-Aaron Rixmann[7]; 8. 6-Carson McCarl[4]
B Feature 2

1. 11-Mike Thompson[2]; 2. 92-Matt Kurtz[1]; 3. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[6]; 4. 22S-Slater Helt[5]; 5. 938-Bradley Fezard[4]; 6. 77T-Tyeller Powless[8]; 7. 66-Danny Smith[3]; 8. (DNS) 197UK-Ryan Harrison
B Feature 3

1. 20B-Cody Bova[2]; 2. 71H-Max Stambaugh[4]; 3. 10M-Morgan Havener[1]; 4. 23R-Ryan Roberts[3]; 5. G6-Brandon Grubaugh[6]; 6. 3-Parker Evans[5]; 7. 10X-Reese Nowotarski[7]; 8. (DNS) 96S-Brandon Sampson
B Feature 4

1. 14C-Tyler Clem[2]; 2. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[1]; 3. 3G-Todd Gracey[3]; 4. 5D-Jacob Dykstra[6]; 5. 14-Jordon Mallett[4]; 6. 50-Cole Macedo[8]; 7. 22M-Shawn Murray[5]; 8. 11M-Brendan Mullen[7]
Heat 1

1. 8-Aaron Reutzel[1]; 2. 2W-Whit Gastineau[2]; 3. 15-Garrett Green[4]; 4. 14C-Tyler Clem[3]; 5. 66-Danny Smith[5]; 6. 71H-Max Stambaugh[6]; 7. 22M-Shawn Murray[8]; 8. 11M-Brendan Mullen[7]
Heat 2

1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[1]; 2. 3AJ-AJ Maddox[6]; 3. 44-Christopher Martin[4]; 4. 9-Liam Martin[3]; 5. 20B-Cody Bova[7]; 6. G6-Brandon Grubaugh[2]; 7. 197UK-Ryan Harrison[5]; 8. (DNS) 50-Cole Macedo
Heat 3

1. 43-Mark Smith[2]; 2. 47K-Kaylee Bryson[1]; 3. 28M-Conner Morrell[4]; 4. 9P-Parker Price Miller[5]; 5. 3G-Todd Gracey[3]; 6. 14-Jordon Mallett[6]; 7. 1-Brenham Crouch[8]; 8. 23-Lance Moss[7]
Heat 4

1. 24M-Danny Martin Jr[3]; 2. 47R-Eric Riggins Jr[4]; 3. 11-Mike Thompson[1]; 4. 10M-Morgan Havener[6]; 5. 938-Bradley Fezard[2]; 6. 3-Parker Evans[5]; 7. 3A-Aaron Rixmann[7]; 8. (DNS) 96S-Brandon Sampson
Heat 5

1. 24-Terry McCarl[2]; 2. 5T-Ryan Timms[1]; 3. 28F-Davie Franek[5]; 4. 2C-Wayne Johnson[7]; 5. 6-Carson McCarl[3]; 6. 22-Riley Goodno[6]; 7. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[8]; 8. 77T-Tyeller Powless[4]
Heat 6

1. 26-Zeb Wise[1]; 2. 3TK-Tim Shaffer[2]; 3. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[3]; 4. 92-Matt Kurtz[6]; 5. 23R-Ryan Roberts[4]; 6. 22S-Slater Helt[5]; 7. 5D-Jacob Dykstra[7]; 8. 10X-Reese Nowotarski[8]

 

 

 

East Bay Raceway Park   King of 360's   Thursday 2/16

360 Sprints 52 Entries
A Feature

1. 50-Cole Macedo[2]; 2. 43-Mark Smith[7]; 3. 28F-Davie Franek[6]; 4. 9P-Parker Price Miller[11]; 5. 5T-Ryan Timms[14]; 6. 3TK-Tim Shaffer[4]; 7. 26-Zeb Wise[10]; 8. 22-Riley Goodno[12]; 9. 15-Garrett Green[19]; 10. 24-Terry McCarl[23]; 11. 3G-Todd Gracey[9]; 12. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[13]; 13. 5D-Jacob Dykstra[3]; 14. 14C-Tyler Clem[20]; 15. 66-Danny Smith[22]; 16. 6-Carson McCarl[15]; 17. 44-Christopher Martin[16]; 18. 92-Matt Kurtz[17]; 19. 71H-Max Stambaugh[21]; 20. 8-Aaron Reutzel[1]; 21. 10X-Reese Nowotarski[8]; 22. 23R-Ryan Roberts[18]; 23. 3AJ-AJ Maddox[24]; 24. 7C-Phil Gressman[5]
B Feature 1

1. 92-Matt Kurtz[1]; 2. 71H-Max Stambaugh[2]; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett[6]; 4. 20B-Cody Bova[3]; 5. 47K-Kaylee Bryson[8]; 6. G6-Brandon Grubaugh[7]; 7. 77T-Tyeller Powless[4]; 8. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[5]; 9. 10-Joseph Kata III[9]
B Feature 2

1. 23R-Ryan Roberts[1]; 2. 66-Danny Smith[7]; 3. 22S-Slater Helt[6]; 4. 938-Bradley Fezard[4]; 5. 197UK-Ryan Harrison[2]; 6. 11-Mike Thompson[8]; 7. 3A-Aaron Rixmann[9]; 8. 3-Parker Evans[3]; 9. (DNS) 96S-Brandon Sampson
B Feature 3

1. 15-Garrett Green[2]; 2. 24-Terry McCarl[4]; 3. 2C-Wayne Johnson[3]; 4. 28M-Conner Morrell[1]; 5. 23-Lance Moss[7]; 6. 2W-Whit Gastineau[6]; 7. 47-Dale Howard[8]; 8. 20C-Steve Diamond Jr[5]; 9. (DNS) 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr
B Feature 4

1. 14C-Tyler Clem[3]; 2. 3AJ-AJ Maddox[7]; 3. 24M-Danny Martin Jr[2]; 4. 1-Brenham Crouch[6]; 5. 9-Liam Martin[1]; 6. 47R-Eric Riggins Jr[4]; 7. 10M-Morgan Havener[9]; 8. 11M-Brendan Mullen[5]; 9. 22M-Shawn Murray[8]
Heat 1

1. 26-Zeb Wise[1]; 2. 5T-Ryan Timms[2]; 3. 92-Matt Kurtz[4]; 4. 7C-Phil Gressman[9]; 5. 24M-Danny Martin Jr[7]; 6. 14C-Tyler Clem[8]; 7. G6-Brandon Grubaugh[5]; 8. 22M-Shawn Murray[3]; 9. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[6]
Heat 2

1. 50-Cole Macedo[2]; 2. 44-Christopher Martin[1]; 3. 23R-Ryan Roberts[4]; 4. 28M-Conner Morrell[6]; 5. 47R-Eric Riggins Jr[3]; 6. 2C-Wayne Johnson[8]; 7. 66-Danny Smith[5]; 8. 3AJ-AJ Maddox[7]; 9. 47-Dale Howard[9]
Heat 3

1. 5D-Jacob Dykstra[2]; 2. 28F-Davie Franek[4]; 3. 3G-Todd Gracey[6]; 4. 77T-Tyeller Powless[1]; 5. 6-Carson McCarl[9]; 6. 2W-Whit Gastineau[3]; 7. 11M-Brendan Mullen[8]; 8. 47K-Kaylee Bryson[7]; 9. 10M-Morgan Havener[5]
Heat 4

1. 9P-Parker Price Miller[1]; 2. 43-Mark Smith[4]; 3. 9-Liam Martin[3]; 4. 3-Parker Evans[2]; 5. 20B-Cody Bova[6]; 6. 20C-Steve Diamond Jr[5]; 7. 14-Jordon Mallett[8]; 8. 1-Brenham Crouch[9]; 9. 10-Joseph Kata III[7]
Heat 5

1. 3TK-Tim Shaffer[2]; 2. 10X-Reese Nowotarski[4]; 3. 71H-Max Stambaugh[3]; 4. 15-Garrett Green[5]; 5. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[1]; 6. 24-Terry McCarl[7]; 7. 22S-Slater Helt[8]; 8. 11-Mike Thompson[6]
Heat 6

1. 8-Aaron Reutzel[8]; 2. 22-Riley Goodno[3]; 3. 197UK-Ryan Harrison[2]; 4. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[7]; 5. 938-Bradley Fezard[4]; 6. 96S-Brandon Sampson[6]; 7. 23-Lance Moss[5]; 8. 3A-Aaron Rixmann[1]

 

 

Better to be safe
In front of a packed house at Nyora Raceway the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series
put on a hell of a show for the 30 lap A Main with local hero Brett Milburn taking out the win. In the
V68 Cool Chassis Brett showed just why he has been an Australian 360 champion, he took his time
running in third for most of the race waiting and preserving his tyre watching V11 Chris Solomon and
SA33 Mark Caruso in front. Solomon looked comfortable in his new ride for the night and the B&B
Retaining Walls J&J was high points starting on the Pole, he lead the race for 28 of the 30 laps when
his right rear blew. Caruso had challenged Solomon for the lead several times and was now in P1
but with only 1 lap to go his tyre blew also but managed to cross the line finishing in 11th.
“I haven’t raced at Nyora for a while and to come to your home track where you have learnt all your
grass roots racing and have good car speed straight off the bat, in front of a home town crowd is
always good. I could see that the front 2 had tyre issues so I just waited my time watching them,
sometimes it’s better to be safe. ” Milburn said at the post race interview
VA96 Todd Hobson returned to form taking out the TEH Hard Charger & the Maxis Keep on Fighting
Award after moving forward 11 positions in the A to come home in 2nd and in doing so also living up
to our special Maxie’s Keep on fighting theme and never giving in on the night. Victory Lane
Racegear’s V88 was also rewarded with their young pilot Jett Bell putting it on the podium for third
place. This is Bells first full time season in a sprintcar and showing more talent each time he hits the
track. D26 Todd Moule crossed in 4th and V65 Kane Newcombe rounded out the top 5.
Rookie Chris Temby in the Foster Transport V18 had engine gremlins all night and was the first to
pull infield in the A. VA2 Boyd Harris rode the turn 4 wall, BJ walked away but his car wasn’t as lucky
ending his night on lap 17. VA91 Dan Scott was another that mounted the wall in Turn 4 with only 5
laps to go ended his night.
Heat race wins went to – Brett Milburn, Mark Caruso, Steven Loader & Todd Hobson.
A Main results: - 1st V68 Brett Milburn, 2nd VA96 Todd Hobson, 3rd V88 Jett Bell, 4th D26 Todd
Moule, 5th V65 Kane Newcombe, 6th V46 Jordan Abbott, 7th VA75 David Donegan, , 8th V29 Michael
Tancredi, 9th V93 Travis Millar, 10th V47 Jeremy Kupsch, 11th SA33 Mark Caruso, 12th V11 Chris
Solomon-DNF, 13th V43 Corey Sandow-DNF, 14th VA91 Dan Scott-DNF, 15th V10 Steven Loader-DNF,
16th VA2 Boyd Harris-DNF, 17th V18 Chris Temby-DNF.
Contingency Winners
IDIGIT Lucky $100 draw – Corey Sandow- $100 cash
Bar Up 8 – Michael Tancredi
Bullseye Lucky 7 – David Donegan - $100 cash
Heath Hunter Hire Quick Time Award – Brett Milburn – $100 cash
HCC Maxie’s Keep on Fighting Award - Todd Hobson - $100 cash
TEH Hard Charger –Todd Hobson - $100 cash
Fosters Last Man Standing – Mark Caruso - $100 cash
Hoosier Hero – Brett Milburn - $100 Hoosier voucher
Mint Pig Lucky Draw – Boyd Harris - $100 Fuel Card

 

DUSTIN CORMANY LIFTS CURTAIN ON WMR SOUTHWEST REGION WITH FIRST SERIES VICTORY

GLENDALE, ARIZ. (February 4, 2023) – The Southwest Region for Western Midget Racing kicked off on Saturday night at Adobe Mountain Speedway in Glendale, Ariz., with Dustin Cormany of Peoria, Ariz. topping a strong 21-car turnout for his first-career WMR feature win.

Cormany, 2022 Ventura Raceway WMR champion AJ Hernandez of Phoenix, and Drake Edwards of Surprise, Ariz. split the three heat races on the one-fifth mile dirt track north of Phoenix. A 12-lap B-Main was required to narrow the field to 16 starters, with Tyler High claiming the win.

Cormany and Hernandez shared the front row for the feature. Cormany drove ahead with the early advantage while Edwards drove past Hernandez to take second.

Edwards reeled in Cormany and jumped inside of him for the lead in turn one on lap 12 but was unable to complete the pass. He continued to run on the rear bumper of Cormany as they approached slower traffic.

A large fire underneath the No. 01 Boss Chassis of Buckeye, Ariz.’s Nathan High required a red flag on lap 15. High was able to escape the vehicle uninjured.

The restart placed Cormany, Edwards, and Hernandez in close quarters for a five-lap shootout to the checkered flag. Hernandez snookered Edwards for second on the restart while Cormany drove ahead with a five-car length advantage. Dustin Cormany earned his first-career Western Midget Racing feature win followed by Hernandez, Edwards, Gary DeWitt of Mesa, Ariz., and Dale Eliason, Jr. of Phoenix, Ariz.

Edwards was later disqualified post-race for being light at the scales, boosting Las Vegas’ Racin Silva into the top-five. Tyler High charged from 14th to finish sixth as well.

Western Midget Racing stages round two of the Southwest Region on March 4 at Adobe Mountain Speedway.

For more information on Western Midget Racing, visit them at www.WesternMidgetRacing.com or follow them on Facebook!

February 4, 2023 – Southwest Region Season Opener at Adobe Mountain Speedway (Glendale, Ariz.) Results

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 14C Dustin Cormany; Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 11 AJ Hernandez; Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 3E Drake Edwards

B Feature (12 Laps): 1. 33AZ Tyler High

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 14C-Dustin Cormany[1]; 2. 11-AJ Hernandez[2]; 3. 48-Gary DeWitt[5]; 4. 43-Dale Eliason Jr[4]; 5. 5S-Racin Silva[6]; 6. 33AZ-Tyler High[14]; 7. 31-todd hawse[7]; 8. 22-Lonnie Oliver[8]; 9. 20-Kyle Hawse[10]; 10. 20AZ-Chase Farris[9]; 11. 28-JR Wood[15]; 12. 32-Tyler Brown[11]; 13. 3AZ-Chloe High[13]; 14. 50S-Rocky Silva[16]; 15. (DNF) 01-Nathan High[12]; 16. (DQ) 3E-Drake Edwards[3]


 


NEWS FROM LEN SAMMONS PRODUCTIONS
INDOOR AUTO RACING CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES FUELED BY VP RACING FUELS
NAPA AUTO PARTS INDOOR AUTO RACE IN ATLANTIC CITY
ATLANTIC CITY, BOARDWALK HALL – JANUARY 27, 28, 2023

DATE OF RELEASE: SATURDAY, JANUARY 28
 

Anthony Sesely Becomes First Four-Time NAPA Auto Parts Atlantic City Indoor Race Gambler’s Classic Winner; Logan Crisafulli, Erick Rudolph, Danny Spellmon Race To Champ Kart, 600 Micro, Slingshot Feature Checkered Flags; Sesely Is TQ TC Cup Points Champion

Atlantic City, NJ (Sat., Jan. 28) - In front of a huge Boardwalk Hall crowd, Anthony Sesely raced to victory Saturday night in the NAPA Auto Parts Atlantic City Indoor Race Gambler’s Classic holding off Andy Jankowiak -- who had won the Gambler’s Classic run the night before.

Sesely charged forward from the ninth starting position choosing to take a guaranteed $500 courtesy of Bob Hilbert Sportswear for electing to start in the last redraw spot. The $500 would double if Sesely won the feature event, adding a cool $1000 to the winner’s share.

Joey Bailey and Erick Rudolph led the 26-car field to the drop of the green flag, with Rudolph leading the event prior to the halfway point. Sesely quickly used the top side of the race track to move into the third position by lap ten.

Jankowiak bested Rudolph, claiming the top spot at the midway point, with Sesely challenging for the lead a few circuits later.

Fans stayed on their feet for the 40-lap main event which featured multiple side-by-side duels for the lead, one multi-car crash -- that took out several potential runners, and a fight to the finish with Sesely winning by half a car length over Andy J.

Sesely’s win, his fourth in the prestigious Gambler’s Classic, came behind the wheel of a TQ built by 2 Kwik Chassis.

“This win is for the owners of these cars, Ricky Kluth and Jeff Ulrich. The 27 car I won with is a tribute car for Ricky’s father and the 75 car I raced last night is a tribute car for Jeff’s dad,” Sesely said, with obvious humility and pride.

Jankowiak held on for second, while Mike Christopher, Jr. finished third after battling overheating problems. Ryan Flores was fourth and Nick Ladyga ran fifth. Jeremy Haudricourt, Joey Bailey, Matt Janisch, Tyler Ferris, and Ryan Tidman.

Haudricourt was acknowledged as the race’s Hard Charger, having finished in the sixth spot from a 25th-place start.

Sesely’s second win of the 2023 season guaranteed his TQ Midget Championship and earned him the coveted TC Cup Trophy – named after seven-time Indoor Series winner, Ted Christopher.

“Winning the TC Cup Trophy means so much to me,” Sesely said. “Teddy (Christopher) was a great competitor, but even more important, he was my friend.”

Also winning features Saturday night were Logan Crisafulli in the Champ Karts, Danny Spellmon in the Slingshots, and Erick Rudolph in the 600 Micro Sprints.

Tyler Brown was acknowledged as the Champ Karts Indoor Auto Racing Series Fueled By VP 2023 champion. Scott Neary, the fifth-place finisher, claimed the 2023 Slingshot Championship

On Saturday afternoon, Andy Jankowiak set the fast time (8.145 seconds) over Sesely (8.152 seconds) from among 48 TQ Midgets that registered a time.

TQ Midget qualifiers were won by Ryan Flores, Anthony Sesely, Briggs Danner, Joey Bailey, Ryan Bartlett, and Erick Rudolph.

Slingshot B Mains were won by Chris Darrow and James Benz. Champ Kart B Mains were taken by Dylan Feltman and Tyler Catalano.

Prior to the first race Saturday night, Fan Fest, an event that provided ticket holders the opportunity to meet and greet drivers and have a look up-close to the race cars was conducted. NHRA Funny Car champion Ron Capps, sponsored by NAPA Auto Parts, also met with and greeted fans.

The next event for Len Sammons Motorsports Productions is the East Coast 600 Sprint Indoor Dirt Nationals presented by BELFOR at the Cure Insurance Arena in Trenton, NJ on February 24-25, 2023

For more information about the Indoor Racing Championship visit www.indoorracing.com

Gambler’s Classic TQ Midget Feature (40 Laps): 1. Anthony Sesely, 2. Andy Jankowiak, 3. Mike Christopher Jr., 4. Ryan Flores, 5. Nick Ladyga, 6. Jeremy Haudriccourt, 7. Joey Bailey, 8. Matt Janisch, 9. Tyler Ferris, 10. Ryan Tidman, 11. Matt Swanson, 12. Erick Rudolph, 13. Tim Buckwalter, 14. Kyle Lick, 15. Briggs Danner, 16. Shawn Nye, 17. Tommy Catalano, 18. Ryan Bartlett, 19. Zach Bealer, 20. Andrew Molleur, 21. Billy Pauch Jr., 22. Trevor Catalano, 23. Timmy Catalano, 24. Scott Kreutter 25. Ryan Susice, 26. Tyler Thompson

Dirt 600 Micro Feature (25 Laps): 1. Erick Rudolph, 2. Louie Horvath, 3. Tim Buckwalter, 4. Tyler Gunn, 5. Kole Kirkman, 6. Kyle Lick, 7. Tyler Lindsay, 8. Jonathan Reid, 9. Mark Yoder, 10. Luke Thomas, 11. Sean Case, 12. Jasper Zeigafuse, 13. Brenden Hires

Champ Kart Feature (25 Laps): 1. Logan Crisafulli, 2. Quentin Graham Jr., 3. Ryan Borges, 4. Tyler Brown, 5. Dylan Dismoor, 6. Dan Kapuscinski, 7. Brandon Rusczek, 8. TJ Reed, 9. Cole Neibert, 10. Glen Meisenhelder, 11. Dylan Feltman, 12. Chase Keiser, 13. Preston DeMello, 14. Joseph Mingola, 15. Chris Natoli, 16. Ryan Kendall, 17. Jon Keister, 18. Missy Bootes, 19. Seth Whitney, 20. Tyler Catalano, 21. Dalton Rovira, 22. Brayden Meservey, 23. Owen Bird, 24. Dustin Degler

Slingshot Feature (20 Laps): 1. Danny Spellmon, 2. Simon Egan, 3. Cody Bleau, 4. Tyler Ulsh, 5. Scott Neary, 6. John Redner 7. Mark Mohr, 8. Chris Kurtz, 9. Alex Reinsmith, 10. Cody Kline, 11. Mike Lipicki, 12. Matt Mertz, 13. Chris Darrow, 14. AJ Gerhart, 15. Ryan Raidline, 16. James Benz, 17. Nolan Layser, 18. Brett Putnam, 19. Chase Bixler, 20. Paul Hartwig, 21. Dustin Degler, 22. Bryan Preville, 23. Brett Bieber, 24. Louden Reimert

 

The Bungador Bull Ring lives up to its expectations
In front of a record crowd at Heytesbury Stockfeeds Simpson Speedway USA25 Sheldon Haudenschild became the
13th winner of the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Challenge. The crowd had come with high expectations
and weren’t disappointed. Hickman and young Haud running the boards, splitting through the middle of lap cars.
Randall, Caruso, Grant Anderson and JMac all hot on their rear nerf bars. With a couple of reds and yellows thrown
the final results had Chase Randell in 2nd, Grant Anderson 3rd, Chris Solomon 4th and All Star Rookie Chris Temby
home in 5th.
JMac was running 5th and Todd Moule was moving up through the field but the race ended for both on Lap 30.
Moule hooked a rut, JMac headed to the wall, Dan Scott couldn’t pull up in time and flipped over trying to avoid
them and as a result all 3 cars weren’t capable of restarting
With all the hype of the Legend Phil Lock returning in front of his home crowd it was a night of disaster for them.
Locky didn’t get past heat 1 taking the front of his car in Turn 2. He emerged from the car uninjured but not so for his
car. This sport can be cruel at times and it certainly was for Locky on the night.
‘I knew it was going to be a long race and I just had to survive it and thankful to get a win here early. The V45 was
good but had an issue, the USA9 car has been good this whole swing and was happy he was up there, I’m bummed
that the 45 has an issue as I think we could have had a good race together.” Haudenschild said after thanking
everyone at Jack Lee Racing for bringing him over to Australia at the post race interview.
“It was an awesome night overall for us, the weather was perfect, we had a great car count, as always with this show
we got to watch some nail biting racing. At these big shows everyone has highs and lows, they all have their own
stories to tell and we have to thank every single team that competed with us. The flies were back in force and we got
to share them with our overseas visitors, so now let’s focus and start planning on next year’s Challenge.” Searle says.
Heat race wins went to – Tancredi, Hickman x 2, Randall, Maiolo, Temby, Haudenschild, and Quinn
A Main results: - 1st USA25 Sheldon Haudenschild, 2nd USA9Chase Randall, 3rd V11 Grant Anderson 4th V83 Chris
Solomon, 5th V18 Chris Temby, 6th V7 Paul Solomon, 7th S33 Mark Caruso, 8th S24 Ricky Maiolo, 9th V68 Brett
Milburn, 10th S37 Terry Kelly, 11th V34 Brenten Farrer,, 12th D26 Todd Moule-DNF, 13th V44 James McFadden-DNF,
14th D7 Matt Reed – DNF, 15th V29 Michael Tancredi – DNF, VA91 Dan Scott-DNF, 17th V45 Rusty Hickman-DNF, 18th
S24 Brendan Quinn-DNF, 19th V78 Chris Campbell-DNF, 20th V73 Charles Hunter-DNF.
Contingency Winners
IDIGIT Lucky $100 draw – Dan Scott- $100 cash
Bar Up 8 – Ricky Maiolo
Bullseye Lucky 7 – Mark Caruso- $100 cash
Heath Hunter Hire Quick Time Award – Paul Solomon $100 cash
HCC Maxie’s Keep on Fighting Award – Dan Scott- $100 cash
TEH Hard Charger –Brenten Farrer- $100 cash
Fosters Last Man Standing – Brenten Farrer - $100 cash
Mint Pig Lucky Draw – Charles Hunter - $100 Fuel Card
Auto Premier Missed the Big Dance – B J Harris - $100 cash
Skidmore Oil Luck Draw – Jarreth Argus
MD Motorsport Nerf Bar Set – Phil Lock
Last Man Running in the B – Todd Hobson - $200

 

LEN SAMMONS PRODUCTIONS

INDOOR AUTO RACING CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES FUELED BY VP RACING

ALLENTOWN, PA – ATLANTIC CITY, NJ – TRENTON, NJ

Anthony Sesely Wins Thrilling Ironton Global Allentown Auto Indoor Auto Races; Faces Down Tyler Thompson In Fierce Battle; Tyler Brown Takes Champ Karts, Scott Neary Slingshot Victor

Allentown, PA (Sat., Jan. 7) – Anthony Sesely raced to his sixth career TQ Midget win in the Indoor Auto Racing Championship Fueled by VP Series opener Saturday night inside the PPL Center in a thrilling feature that had the arena fans on their feet for most all of the race.

Sesely, who started fifth in the 40-lap feature, spent most of the race running side by side with Tyler Thompson, taking the lead briefly for the first time on lap 24, losing it back a lap later, then taking it back once again on lap 26.

The turning point in the battle for the lead came six laps from the end, when Thompson was penalized for jumping the leader on a double file restart. Thompson was set back two spots and was never a factor in the race thereafter.

Ryan Flores, Tommy Catalano and Erick Rudolph gained ground in the final five laps, finishing second, third and fourth. Catalano marched from 14 th in the field at the start, while Rudolph came from 12 th. Andy Jankowiak was fifth.

“I wasn’t surprised they called a jump on him,” Sesely said. “They told us about what point on the track we had to clear before taking off. He did that quite a few times when he was the leader before. We were running each other hard. Very happy to get the win. This is the same car Ricky (Kluth) built for me that we won the Syracuse Indoor race with last year,” Sesely revealed.

Thompson did not think his actions on the restart deserved the penalty he received. “I think we were both taking off early when we were restarting side by side. But that’s racing, I don’t like it, but I understand it,” he said.

Four TQ Heat Races presented by Mahoning Valley Speedway that helped set the field for the TQ A-Main were won by Mike Christopher, Jr., Timmy Catalano, Erick Rudolph, and Ryan Susice.

The TQ Dash sponsored by Ironton Auto Body worth $500 to win was earned by Tyler Thompson over Briggs Danner, Shawn Nye, Andy Jankowiak, and Anthony Sesely. Ryan Flores, Andy Jankowiak, Joey Bailey, Scott Kreutter and Jeremy Haudricourt finished sixth through ninth. The finishing order of the Dash determined the top nine starting positions in the TQ A Main event.

Two 12-lap TQ B Mains sponsored by Mahoning Valley Speedway were taken by Kyle Lick ahead of Cole Mullen and by Andrew Nye, who narrowly shaded Craig Pelligrini, Jr. at the checkered.

Tyler Brown made a quick couple of moves in the early laps of the Future Homes 20-lap Champ Kart A Main to gain the lead, with Missy Bootes and Jon Keister following closely behind. The front runners were nose to tail until they encountered lapped traffic shortly after the halfway mark and that’s when the feature tightened up. Keister passed Bootes to move up with five laps left and Chris Daley came from way behind to work his way into a third place finish. Bootes settled for fourth, Chase Keister ran fifth..

“I knew that the only way to win a race against this caliber of drivers was to get the lead as soon as I could,” Brown, who started third, said. “I was also lucky that I had some breathing room the first time I got into lapped traffic. Once I worked through it, I held my line and counted down the laps.”

Three Champ Kart Heat Races presented by Mahoning Valley Speedway were claimed by John Berger, James Shutts and Tyler Brown.

The Champ Kart B Main was won by Dan Kapuscinski and Cody Bleau raced to the Slingshot B Main victory.

Scott Neary, who had finished second in Friday’s Slingshot feature, won the Future Homes 20-lap Slingshot headliner Saturday. The win was Neary’s third career Slingshot win in the Indoor Auto Racing Series and it marked the 16 th for Randy Smith, his car owner.

“This was all about the car,” said Neary who has raced for Smith for the past six years. “It handled as well on the first lap as it did on the last one.”

The car emitted sparks from its left rear corner in the final five laps but Neary was undeterred in his victory mission. John Redner was ever present on Neary’s rear end for most of the race and settled for second. Neary’s teammate Chris Kurtz ran in the top three for a good portion of the race but was eliminated in a late race tangle. Michael Lapicki, Cody Kline and Ryan Raidline completed the top five.

Slingshot Heat Races presented by S&S Speedway saw John Redner, Matthew Mertz, Scott Neary take the checkered.

The Indoor Auto Racing Championship Fueled by VP Racing Fuels is back in action on January 27 and 28 at the NAPA Know How Atlantic City Indoor Races inside the famed Jim Whelen Boardwalk Hall.

For more information on visit www.IndoorAutoRacing.com

Belfor Property Restoration TQ Midget Feature Results (40 Laps) - 1. Anthony Sesely, 2. Ryan Flores, 3. Tommy Catalano, 4. Tyler Thompson, 5. Erick Rudolph, 6. Andy Jankowiak, 7. Scott Kreutter, 8. Shawn Nye, 9. Briggs Danner, 10. Jeremy Haudricourt, 11. Kyle Lick, 12. Joey Bailey, 13. Tim Buckwalter, 14. Timmy Catalano, 15. Chris DeRitis, 16. Mike Christopher Jr., 17. Andrew Nye, 18. Matt Janisch, 19 Matt Roselli, 20. Ryan Susice, 21. Bobby Holmes, 22. Trevor Catalano, 23. Craig Pellegrini Jr., 24. Cole Mullen

Action Track USA Slingshot Feature Results (20 Laps) - 1. Scott Neary, 2. John Redner, 3. Michael Lapicki, 4. Cody Kline, 5. Ryan Raidline, 6. Bryan Preville, 7. Mason Pittenger, 8. Alex Reinsmith, 9. Nolan Layser, 10. Matt Mertz, 11. Mark Mohr, 12. Lucas Pittenger, 13. Paul Hartwig Jr., 14. Brett Putnam, 15. Chris Kurtz, 16. Brian Smith, 17. Justin House, 18. Cody Bleau, 19. Danny Carlough, 20. Brett Bieber

Hoosier Racing Tire Champ Kart Feature Results (20 Laps) - 1. Tyler Brown, 2. Jon Keister, 3. Chris Daley, 4. Missy Bootes, 5. Chase Keister, 6. Brandon Rusczek, 7. Todd Crenshaw, 8. Dan Kapuscinski, 9. Mike Perry, 10. Joseph Mingoia, 11. John Berger, 12. TJ Reed, 13. Tyler Catalano, 14. Seth Whitney, 15. Andrew Arsenault, 16. Chris Natoli, 17. James Shutts, 18. Dominick Roselli, 19. Max Pfeifer, 20. Stephen Beattie

 

 

LEN SAMMONS PRODUCTIONS

INDOOR AUTO RACING CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES FUELED BY VP RACING FUELS

ALLENTOWN, PA – ATLANTIC CITY, NJ – TRENTON, NJ

Tyler Thompson, Ryan Flores & Anthony Sesely Win Spectacular Friday Allentown TQ Triple Twenties; Champ Kart, Slingshot Mains Taken By Mike Perry, Brian Smith

Allentown, PA (Jan. 6, 2023) - Tyler Thompson, Ryan Flores and Anthony Sesely were the winners of the Ironton Auto Body Triple Twenties of the Indoor Auto Racing Series Fueled By VP Race Fuels TQ Midget features Friday night inside the PPL Center in Allentown, PA. Though three winners fashioned their wins in different ways, each won after vanquishing tough competitors.

Friday’s events were the first of two nights of Ironton Global Allentown Indoor Race action. TQ Midgets return Saturday night to run a 40-lap A-Main event along with the Champ Karts and Slingshots in a second night of action.

“I knew I had to take the bottom lane on the final restart,” Thompson declared after beating Scott Kreutter, 2022 Indoor Auto Racing Series Champion. “It was a tough race, my right hand was cramping up for the last couple of laps but I held him off.” Finishing third through fifth were Shawn Nye, Ryan Bartlett and Ryan Susice.

Flores was dominant in the second Triple Twenty, holding off Andy Jankowiak and Mike Christopher, Jr. “The car was good all day and we got it a little better for the feature. That made the difference,” Flores noted, referring to the way he was able to maintain a car length lead over Jankowiak over the final two laps. Third through fifth were Jeremy Haudricourt, Mike Christopher, Jr. and Tyler Wagner.

Sesely overpowered Timmy Catalano two laps into the feature, then held off a determined Briggs Danner to prevail. Sesely was driving the same car he won last season’s Syracuse Indoor Race and was able to extend a sizeable lead until a late race caution put Danner on Sesely’s back bumper. “I had a choice of two cars Ricky Kluth brought here and the 44 car I raced was by far the better of the two,” Sesely explained. “But in the final couple of laps I knew Briggs (Danner) was right there.” Third through fifth were Joey Bailey, Tommy Catalano, and Steve Kemery.

Scott Kreutter set the E. Schneider & Sons Quick Time with a lap of 7.480. TQ Midget Heat races were won by Andrew Nye, Jeremy Haudricort, and Tommy Catalano.

Champ Karts and Slingshots each ran a 20-lap feature Friday night, the first of two each class will run this weekend.

New Englander Mike Perry, who has been an entrant in Indoor Auto Racing Series Kart racing events for over a decade, won the Champ Kart feature. To do it, Perry, who started up front, fought off challengers Dom Roselli, Jr., Missy Bootes, and Chase Keister in the middle stages of the race but it was Tyler Brown who raced by all of them to chase Perry to the finish.

“I haven’t been racing all that much the last few years, but always like to run these Indoor events,” said Perry. “Ten years I have been trying to win one of these things and tonight we got one.”

The Slingshot affair was taken by Brian Smith, like Perry a first time Indoor Auto Racing Series winner. Smith was destined for a third place finish when leaders Brett Bieber and Louden Reimert collided with two laps to go. Smith took over and ran out the final laps to win. Bieber, the leader, spun and Reimert was penalized by track officials, though he elected to pull off the track rather than restart at the back of the pack.

“I could see that something was going to happen between the two leaders and I just hoped could miss it if they did get together,” Smith said. “It was close but I got through.”

The second round of action for the Ironton Global Allentown Indoor Race takes place on Saturday, January 7 at the PPL Center in Allentown, Pa. Tickets are available at pplcenter.com or at the PPL Center Box Office.

For more information on the Indoor Auto Racing Championship Fueled by VP Racing Fuels visit www.indoorautoracing.com

TQ Qualifier No. 1 Results (20 Laps) - 1. Tyler Thompson, 2. Scott Kreutter, 3. Shawn Nye, 4. Ryan Bartlett, 5. Ryan Susice, 6. Matt Roselli, 7. Andrew Nye, 8. Charlie Schultz, 9. Erick Rudolph, 10. Kyle Herve, 11. Joe Toth, 12. Zach Bealer, 13. Matt Janisch, 14. Bobby Holmes, 15. Jonathan Reid

TQ Qualifier No. 2 Results (20 Laps) - 1. Ryan Flores, 2. Andy Jankowiak, 3. Jeremy Haudricourt, 4. Mike Christopher Jr., 5. Tyler Wagner, 6. Craig Pellegrini Jr., 7. Kyle Lick, 8. Tim Buckwalter, 9. Tyler Lindsay, 10. Chad Jones, 11. Joey Payne, 12. Tyler Ferris, 13. Zachary Aszklar, DNS: Derek Robbie

TQ Qualifier No. 3 Results (20 Laps) - 1. Anthony Sesely, 2. Briggs Danner, 3. Joey Bailey, 4. Tommy Catalano, 5. Steven Kemery, 6. Timmy Catalano, 7. Cole Mullen, 8. Trevor Catalano, 9. Marc Johnson, 10. Chris DeRitis, 11. Ryan Tidman, 12. Christopher Hirt, 13. Ronnie Mullen, DNS: Matt Swanson

Slingshot Feature Results (20 Laps) - 1. Brian Smith, 2. Scott Neary, 3. Cody Kline, 4. Matt Mertz, 5. Mark Mohr, 6. Michael Lapicki, 7. John Redner, 8. Brett Putnam, 9. Alex Reinsmith, 10. Austin Kroboth, 11. Tyler Ulsh, 12. Justin House, 13. Nolan Layser, 14. Lucas Pittenger, 15. Brett Bieber, 16. Louden Reimert, 17. Cody Bleau 18. Chris Darrow, 19. Morgan Rochelle-Bealer, 20. Charlene Benz

Champ Kart Feature Results (20 Laps) - 1. Mike Perry, 2. Tyler Brown, 3. TJ Reed, 4. Chase Keister, 5. Missy Bootes, 6. Brandon Rusczek, 7. Alex Smolders, 8. Dominick Roselli, 9. Dan Kapuscinski, 10. Todd Crenshaw, 11. Preston DeMello, 12. Ryan Borges, 13. Tyler Catalano, 14. Chris Daley, 15. Jon Keister, 16. Stephen Beattie, 17. James Stutts, 18. Seth Whitney, 19. Max Pfeifer, 20. Chris Natoli

 

 

MADDINGTON TOYOTA SPRINTCAR SERIES

TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 2023

The American domination continued when the fourth round of Speedway Australia Speedweek was contested at the Perth Motorplex on Monday night.

Tyler Courtney claimed his second feature race of the season, this time beating fellow countryman Cory Eliason and South Australian Matt Egel.

Courtney and Eliason have both claimed two feature races, with three rounds of the series remaining.

Courtney started the night with a third in his heat race and a second in his dash, lining up from p3 for the final.

Eliason was third in his heat race and dash and started from p6 for the 30-lapper, while Egel was fifth in his heat race and then fourth in the B Dash, setting up a P8 start for the final.

Even before the feature race started there was drama with series points leader James Inglis heading to the work area with engine issues while the cars were still on their four-wide parade laps.

He was able to rectify the situation but had to start from the rear of the field instead of p17.

Trent Pigdon was the first casualty of the final, spinning in turn one after starting from p4, ending his night early.

Courtney got the jump on the start from the third American in the field, Brock Zearfoss who started on the front row with Andrew Priolo.

Priolo slipped back to third early, while just behind him Egel and Eliason were having a great early duel.

On a dusty track Courtney caught up to the backmarkers by lap six and with 10 laps recorded he had a buffer of Zearfoss, Egel, Andrew Priolo, Eliason and Jason Kendrick.

The race was frantic, with battles for second spot, right through to the back of the pack.

By midrace distance Courtney was on the back of Inglis who was struggling to make up any serious ground, while David Priolo was starting to make his presence felt, and after starting from p10, was up to fifth and looking very racy.

The caution lights were activated on lap 20 as Zearfoss tangled with the lapped car of Ryan Lancaster on the back straight, damaging the front end.

While the team thrashed to make repairs, there wasn’t enough time and the race was over for the driver who set the Victory 1 Performance Quick Time at the start of the show.

Next time away, Courtney led from Eliason, Egel, David Priolo and Kendrick

Eliason slid under Courtney on lap 23 but his lead was short-lived with the positions reversed soon afterwards.

One of the big movers and ultimately the Kincrome Hard Charger, Kris Coyle, who started from p13 after winning the Midpack Madness, kept moving forward and was looking menacing.

Kendrick got as high as fourth after starting p5, but in the run to the checkers, that spot was taken by Coyle, with Kendrick fifth.

The battle between the front-running Americans was entertaining right to the end, with neither prepared to give an inch at high speed, often running side by side in lapped traffic.

David Priolo finished sixth after starting from p10, while Callum Williamson started and finished seventh.

Kingshott made up a lot of ground in the final, finishing eighth after starting from p16 in what was a tough night behind the wheel.

Andrew Priolo had a front row start but it slipped away as he took ninth, while Brad Maiolo rounded out the top 10 after starting from p12.

They were followed by Taylor Milling in 11th (from p18), Inglis in 12th, Mitchell Wormall in 13th (after starting p9), Robbie Farr in 14th (from p14), Jason Pryde in 15th (from p15), Lancaster in 16th (from p11), Chace Karpenko in 17th (from p19), Jaydee Dack in 18th (from p20), Russell Taylor in 19th (from p21) and Nathan Swan in 20th (from p22).

Daniel Harding was a non-starter after damaging his chassis in an incident with Taylor Milling in heat 2.

Prior to this round Inglis had a 24 point buffer of Kingshott for the overall Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Series points and a 30-point buffer over Kendrick.

That margin has now been eroded to just 16 points with Kendrick on level pegging with Kingshott.

Williamson has also reduced his gap to the leadesr after his seventh, while Milling is still fifth, despite finishing 11th.

In the Speedway Australian Speedweek series after four of seven rounds, Eliason has a 12-point lead over Courtney, while Williamson, Inglis and Kendrick round out the top five

The next round of racing is at Ellenbrook Speedway this Saturday afternoon for a twilight event.

RESULTS

Qualifying

Group 1: Tyler Courtney 13.763, Andrew Priolo 13.765, Jason Kendrick 13.855, David Priolo 13.876, Bradley Maiolo 13.933, Jaydee Dack 14.031, Chace Karpenko 14.115.

Group 2: Brock Zearfoss 13.724, Daniel Harding 13.875, Taylor Milling 13.923, Callum Williamson 14.067, Mitchell Wormall 14.139, Jason Pryde 14.147, Kris Coyle 14.443, Nathan Swan 15.191.

Group 3: Matt Egel 13.784, Cory Eliason 13.844, Trent Pigdon 13.982, Ryan Lancaster 14.049, James Inglis 14.051, Russell Taylor 14.113, Robbie Farr 14.152, Dayne Kingshott 14.158.

Heat 1: 1st Andrew Priolo, 2nd Jason Kendrick, 3rd Tyler Courtney, 4th David Priolo, 5th Brad Maiolo, 6th Jaydee Dack. DNF: Chace Karpenko.

Heat 2: 1st Callum Williamson, 2nd Brock Zearfoss, 3rd Kris Coyle, 4th Jason Pryde, 5th Nathan Swan. DNF: Taylor Milling and Daniel Harding.

Heat 3: 1st Trent Pigdon, 2nd Ryan Lancaster, 3rd Cory Eliason, 4th Robbie Farr, 5th Matt Egel, 6th Dayne Kingshott, 7th James Inglis, 8th Russell Taylor.

A Dash: 1st Brock Zearfoss, 2nd Tyler Courtney, 3rd Jason Kendrick, 4th Callum Williamson, 5th Mitchell Wormall, 6th Ryan Lancaster.

B Dash: 1st Andrew Priolo, 2nd Trent Pigdon, 3rd Cory Eliason, 4th Matt Egel, 5th David Priolo, 6th Brad Maiolo.

Midpack Madness: 1st Kris Coyle, 2nd Robbie Farr, 3rd Jason Pryde, 4th Dayne Kingshott, 5th James Inglis, 6th Taylor Milling, 7th Chace Karpenko, 8th Jaydee Dack, 9th Russell Taylor, 10th Nathan Swan.

Feature race: 1st Tyler Courtney, 2nd Cory Eliason, 3rd Matt Egel, 4th Kris Coyle, 5th Jason Kendrick, 6th David Priolo, 7th Callum Williamson, 8th Dayne Kingshott, 9th Andrew Priolo, 10th Brad Maiolo, 11th Taylor Milling, 12th James Inglis, 13th Mitchell Wormall, 14th Robbie Farr, 15th Jason Pryde, 16th Ryan Lancaster, 17th Chace Karpenko, 18th Jaydee Dack, 19th Russell Taylor, 20th Nathan Swan. DNF: Brock Zearfoss and Trent Pigdon. DNS: Daniel Harding.

Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Series points after 6 rounds: James Inglis 1258, Dayne Kingshott 1242, Jason Kendrick 1242, Callum Williamson 1212, Taylor Milling 1152, David Priolo 1146, Kris Coyle 1132, Andrew Priolo 1130, Mitchell Wormall 1122, Bradley Maiolo 1114, Jason Pryde 1002, Ryan Lancaster 980, Jaydee Dack 960, Trent Pigdon 946, Robbie Farr 830, Daniel Harding 818, Matt Egel 810, AJ Nash 764, Nathan Swan 658, Kye Scroop 626, Cory Eliason 592, Tyler Courtney 580, Todd Davis 526, Brock Zearfoss 508, George Eaton 458, Matthew Cross 398, Rusty Hickman 386, Chace Karpenko 290, Russell Taylor 278, Troy Lawson 240, Jack Williamson 230, Darren Mewett 170, Myles Bolger 168, Brenten Farrer 124, Steven Lines 122, Kaiden Manders 50.

Speedway Australia Speedweek points after 4 rounds of 7: Cory Eliason 592, Tyler Courtney 580, Callum Williamson 556, James Inglis 546, Jason Kendrick 538, Matt Egel 528, David Priolo 528, Dayne Kingshott 524, Andrew Priolo 518, Brock Zearfoss 508, Mitchell Wormall 502, Taylor Milling 498, Kris Coyle 490, Jason Pryde 488, Bradley Maiolo 478, Ryan Lancaster 476, Robbie Farr 456, Trent Pigdon 446, Daniel Harding 424, Nathan Swan 394, Jaydeen Dack 354, AJ Nash 290, Chace Karpenko 290, Russell Taylor 278, Matthew Cross 222, Todd Davis 156, Rusty Hickman 134, Darren Mewett, George Eaton, Myles Bolger 50 each.

Jokers played after 3rd of 5 Joker opportunities (next Rds - Ellenbrook Jan 7, Motorplex Jan 21): Kris Coyle, Todd Davis, David Priolo, Mitchell Wormall, Jaydee Dack, Brad Maiolo, Robbie Farr, Dayne Kingshott, Jason Kendrick, Taylor Milling, Kye Scroop, Callum Williamson, James Inglis and Andrew Priolo.

Hoosier tyre draw winner: Ryan Lancaster.

Victory 1 Performance Quick Time: Brock Zearfoss.

Kincrome Hard Charger: Kris Coyle. Rd 7 winner Tyler Courtney (Monte Motorsport).

Upcoming events

Rd9 MTSS/Speedweek Rd5 - Ellenbrook Speedway - Saturday, January 7

Rd10 MTSS/Speedweek Rd6 - Bunbury Speedway, Saturday, January 14

R11 MTSS/ Speedweek Final - Perth Motorplex, Saturday, January 21

 

 

Victory For Nick Hamilton, Heartbreak For Liguori In Rumble 24 Finale

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Dec. 31, 2023) – Roughly halfway through Saturday’s finale to the 24th Rumble in Fort Wayne presented by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales, it appeared veteran Joe Liguori was finally poised to snap his long winless drought in the headlining national midget class.

Bad luck, combined with a speedy Nick Hamilton, ultimately spoiled Liguori’s would-be celebration.

Liguori was collected in a lap-26 crash between Friday winner Mario Clouser and Shawn Bonar, and Hamilton took over and led the remaining distance to capture his second career Rumble midget victory.

Driving the No. 16 adorned in Mel and Don Kenyon’s famed yellow-and-white colors, the younger Hamilton brother held off a charging Cap Henry over the final laps at the seventh-mile indoor concrete oval.

Surviving a four-lap dash to the finish after a late caution flag, Hamilton beat Henry to the finish line by .290 of a second in one of the closest midget finishes in Rumble in Fort Wayne history.

“We had to work for that one,” said Hamilton after the race. “Cap and I have had our history in the past, but we raced it out clean tonight, and I respect that.”

After starting fourth, Liguori found his way to the lead on a chaotic opening lap and was in the driver’s seat for the first half of Saturday’s 50-lapper, easily controlling the early laps by a full straightaway.

Only a lap-12 red flag – for a flip in turn one by Kyle Hamilton, who came out of a one-year racing retirement to run this year’s Rumble for his family team – slowed Liguori’s roll at the front of the field.

However, as Liguori was working his way into slower traffic at the halfway point, Clouser and Bonar made contact entering turn three and slowed suddenly, bottling up the racing line at the entrance of the corner.

With nowhere to go to avoid the pair, Liguori plowed into the melee, causing terminal damage to his iridescent No. 8up that ended his night after leading 25 laps – the most he’d ever led in a Rumble feature.

A visibly frustrated Liguori declined to speak with reporters after the race, but his emotions were clear: he felt the race was his to lose, and it got away from him once again.

From there, Nick Hamilton took over at the front of the field and hung on through two second-half restarts for the victory. The final restart with four laps left came after a turn-two spin by Jordan Caskey.

Saturday night marked both the second Rumble win for Nick Hamilton and the second score for Mel and Don Kenyon’s 3K Racing Enterprises team, which previously won a Rumble feature with Nick’s older brother, Kyle Hamilton.

“Don and Mel have been about family for so many years; I started running for them [in the Kenyon Midget Series] when I was about 11, so it’s really second nature,” tipped the Danville, Ind., native. “It doesn’t feel like a change from anything I’ve done before, and we all work together the same way.

“That’s what makes running their cars here easy, and the speed they gave me paid off tonight.”

Though Henry tried to track down the Kenyon No. 16 late in Saturday’s race, he had to settle for second, his best performance in eight career Rumble in Fort Wayne feature starts.

“I just needed to be a little bit better off the corners,” noted Henry. “Nick ran a great line and it’s so hard to pass in this building. The track didn’t have a ton of grip tonight and it was hard to drive up next to someone and make that move like we needed to. Nick just did exactly what he had to do; props to him.

“I wanted this one bad, though. We’ve finished second before here, and after what happened to Joe, I wanted to get a victory for him and for myself … but I guess it wasn’t meant to be tonight.”

Must See Racing sprint car champion Charlie Schultz, five-time Rumble winner Russ Gamester and 2014 event champion Bryan Nuckles closed the top five.

Twelve-time Rumble winner Tony Stewart retired due to engine woes at the lap-13 restart, scored 13th.

Kole Kirkman led all the way for his second non-winged 600cc micro sprint win in as many nights, leading the undercard victors during the closing day of Rumble action.

Kirkman inherited the pole after original front-row starter Larry Joe Sroufe jumped the initial start and was docked a row for the infraction. Kirkman then led all 25 laps, beating Tyler Lindsay, Sroufe, Dillon Nusbaum and Tyler Gunn to the finish line.

Tyler Shullick topped the winged 600cc micro sprint main, grabbing the lead on lap four and holding steady through several cautions, including one that resulted in a green-white-checkered finish.

Shullick drove away from Clay Sanders by 1.015 seconds in a race that was extended to 26 laps due to the overtime restart.

Shawn Kluck headlined the go-kart victors during Saturday’s Rumble program, banking $2,000 for his second straight win in the Jon Limbacher Memorial Race for the Clone 360 division.

Kluck became the first repeat Limbacher Memorial winner, passing early leader Jake Shelley on lap five and controlling the field the rest of the way in the 15-lapper.

Philip Schneider, Zach Axlen, Jon Keister and Josh McKnight were second through fifth, respectively.

Other go-kart winners Saturday included Travis Fisher (Clone 400), Kluck (Clone 330), Missy Bootes (Senior Champ), Parker Moyer (Junior Sportsman), Alex Geren (Junior 3) and Greysen Prater (Kid Karts).

Mini-wedge feature victories were earned by Bobby Johnson III (Senior division) and Brycen Schrock (Junior division).

Austin Geer (Animal Combined, Heavy 160), Grayson Hathaway (Senior Honda), McKenna Kren (Junior Honda), Memarie Ashcraft (Heavy 120) and Lukas Waber (Light 160) each took home quarter midget wins.

Earning $250 Best Appearing Car Awards for the 2022 Rumble were Ryan Flores (national midgets), Dillon Nusbaum (non-winged 600s) and Nate Franklin (winged 600s). Geer was named the Pit Row TV/SPEED SPORT 1 Quarter Midget Rising Star of the Rumble and received a $200 prize for that honor.

A full, on-demand replay of both days of the Rumble in Fort Wayne can be viewed through SPEED SPORT affiliate Pit Row TV, which broadcast the event to a worldwide audience for the second straight year.

The 25th Rumble in Fort Wayne is slated for Dec. 29-30, 2023, inside the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum Expo Center.

24th Rumble in Fort Wayne pres. by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales; Allen County War Memorial Coliseum; Fort Wayne, Ind.; Saturday, Dec. 31, 2022

National Midget Time Trials (best of two laps): 1. Billy Wease, 99, Burrow-8.087; 2. Cap Henry, 44, Liguori-8.091; 3. Tim Creech II, 49b, Burrow-8.153; 4. Tony Stewart, 2, Stewart-8.183; 5. Bryan Nuckles, 59, Nuckles-8.186; 6. Jordan Caskey, 33, Caskey-8.202; 7. Jackson Macenko, 24m, Hayes-8.245; 8. Charlie Schultz, 9s, Reiser-8.299; 9. Jim Anderson, 36, Anderson-8.301; 10. Shawn Bonar, 24, Setser-8.304; 11. Russ Gamester, 46, Gamester-8.304; 12. Nick Hamilton, 16, Kenyon-8.306; 13. Joe Liguori, 8up, Liguori-8.318; 14. Trey Osborne, 6k, Kenyon-8.324; 15. Brian Vaughn, 49v, TNT-8.326; 16. Justin Peck, 5x, Clay-8.326; 17. Mario Clouser, 99g, Guess-8.337; 18. Thomas Schrage, 01, Hayes-8.370; 19. Travis Welpott, 18, Gorman-8.384; 20. Kyle Hamilton, 32, Hamilton-8.412; 21. Ryan Flores, 15, Cicconi-8.416; 22. Ryan Moran, 1x, PJ Motorsports-8.426; 23. Cooper Clouse, 8, Dietsch-8.442; 24. Joey Payne, 2.5, Stewart-8.444; 25. Jake McElfresh, 8b, Brewer-8.444; 26. Chris Neuenschwander, 3, Neuenschwander-8.453; 27. Derek Losh, 98, Burrow-8.501; 28. Rod Henning, 69, BEF-8.514; 29. Scott Koerner, 4b, Murphy-8.771; 30. Mike Fedorcak, 97, Stewart-8.888; 31. Austin Nemire, 19, O’Connell-8.908; 32. Jeff Champagne, 61, Kenyon-NT; 33. Brian Buttler, 4, Buttler-NT.

National Midget Heat #1 (10 laps, top two transfer): 1. Billy Wease, 2. Mario Clouser / 3. Bryan Nuckles, 4. Ryan Flores, 5. Shawn Bonar, 6. Scott Koerner, 7. Jake McElfresh, 8. Jackson Macenko, 9. Brian Buttler.

National Midget Heat #2 (10 laps, top two transfer): 1. Russ Gamester, 2. Cap Henry / 3. Jordan Caskey, 4. Trey Osborne, 5. Thomas Schrage, 6. Chris Neuenschwander, 7. Ryan Moran, 8. Mike Fedorcak (DNS).

National Midget Heat #3 (10 laps, top two transfer): 1. Nick Hamilton, 2. Charlie Schultz / 3. Travis Welpott, 4. Brian Vaughn, 5. Cooper Clouse, 6. Tim Creech II, 7. Derek Losh, 8. Austin Nemire (DNS).

National Midget Heat #4 (10 laps, top two transfer): 1. Joe Liguori, 2. Tony Stewart / 3. Kyle Hamilton, 4. Justin Peck, 5. Joey Payne, 6. Rod Henning, 7. Jim Anderson, 8. Jeff Champagne.

National Midget Last Chance Showdown #1 (12 laps, top two transfer): 1. Bryan Nuckles, 2. Kyle Hamilton / 3. Thomas Schrage, 4. Brian Vaughn, 5. Derek Losh, 6. Rod Henning, 7. Scott Koerner, 8. Mike Fedorcak (DNS), 9. Brian Buttler (DNS).

National Midget Last Chance Showdown #2 (12 laps, top two transfer): 1. Jordan Caskey, 2. Ryan Flores / 3. Chris Neuenschwander, 4. Jim Anderson, 5. Justin Peck, 6. Jake McElfresh, 7. Cooper Clouse, 8. Austin Nemire (DNS).

National Midget Last Chance Showdown #3 (12 laps, top two transfer): 1. Travis Welpott, 2. Shawn Bonar / 3. Trey Osborne, 4. Jackson Macenko, 5. Tim Creech II, 6. Joey Payne, 7. Ryan Moran, 8. Jeff Champagne.

National Midget A-Feature (50 laps): 1. 16-Nick Hamilton [1], 2. 44-Cap Henry [6], 3. 9s-Charlie Schultz [7], 4. 46-Russ Gamester [2], 5. 59-Bryan Nuckles [9], 6. 18-Travis Welpott [11], 7. 99-Billy Wease [3], 8. 99g-Mario Clouser [5], 9. 33-Jordan Caskey [10], 10. 24-Shawn Bonar [14], 11. 15-Ryan Flores [13], 12. 8up-Joe Liguori [4], 13. 2-Tony Stewart [8], 14. 32-Kyle Hamilton [12].

Lap Leader(s): Joe Liguori 1-25, Nick Hamilton 26-50.

Hard Charger: #18 – Travis Welpott (+5)

 

 

Clouser Closes The Deal In Rumble Opener

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Dec. 30, 2022) – Much of Mario Clouser’s early success in open-wheel racing was on the pavement before he transitioned to dirt racing in recent years.

Friday night during the opening act of the 24th Rumble in Fort Wayne presented by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales, however, Clouser put his old hardtop skills to good use and ended the night in victory lane.

Clouser became the 21st different driver to win a national midget feature in Fort Wayne Rumble competition by wheeling Bill Guess’ potent No. 99 and capitalizing on a bit of luck along the way.

Though he paced the first 33 circuits of Friday’s 50-lap feature, Clouser was passed by 12-time Rumble winner Tony Stewart with 17 to go and appeared to be losing the handle on his race car down the stretch.

But when Stewart and runner-up Billy Wease tangled entering turn three with nine laps left, Stewart spun out of the top spot and Wease came to a stop in the chaos – allowing third-running Clouser to reclaim command of the race.

From there, Clouser pulled away from Rumble rookie Thomas Schrager to secure his first victory in his second feature start and third attempt overall at the annual indoor racing classic.

“This is pretty awesome,” said Clouser, who swept the night by topping qualifying and winning his heat race before his feature triumph. “I rolled in here this weekend just hoping to make the feature, so to get a victory is pretty badass.

“We’ve got a little work to do; Tony and Billy were definitely better than we were,” he added. “But rolling around under green, the brake pedal fell off … so that wasn’t a fun 50 laps with bad brakes, but we got it done with a little bit of luck along the way.”

The first midget feature of Rumble weekend was chaotic, primarily due to high humidity in the Fort Wayne, Ind., area that caused the rubber and pop syrup mixture making up the seventh-mile concrete oval to come up at multiple points during the program.

Nine yellows slowed the pace during the midget feature, but none was as consequential as the penultimate incident, when Stewart slowed slightly on the approach to turn three and was sent spinning by Wease, who had no time to react before his Randy Burrow-prepared car got to Stewart’s Munchkin.

Wease came to a stop as well, relegating the pair to the tail of the field and allowing Clouser another shot.

“We needed those two guys to get together, honestly,” Clouser admitted. “We weren’t going to have anything for them otherwise. I wasn’t expecting to be as fast as we were all night, and to run as well as we did and to get a win on top of it is really cool. We’re close to where we need to be and it’s exciting.”

Schrage, who was making his Rumble debut Friday night, was thrilled with his result in Brad Hayes’ No. 01 but said he needed a longer green-flag run at the end of the race to make a run at Clouser.

With four laps to go, Schrage’s teammate – Jackson Macenko – spun in turn two to bring out the final caution of the night. That incident sapped any late momentum Schrage felt he may have had.

“I think at the end, honestly, I just needed [more] green laps,” the teenager admitted. “We got those first 19 laps where we got into a rhythm … and then it just went back and forth with yellows. I couldn’t really make up spots how I wanted to, and toward the end I just couldn’t get up to Mario.

“I wish I could have brought [a win] home in my first attempt, but we still have tomorrow to try again and we’ll push toward that and see what we can do with the speed that we have.”

Bryan Nuckles completed the podium finishers, followed by brothers Nick and Kyle Hamilton.

Stewart rallied back to 10th in the 14-car field at the finish, his first Rumble result outside the top six when he’s been running at the checkered flag.

The 25-lap non-winged 600cc micro feature saw dirt specialist Kole Kirkman lead from start to finish for both his first Rumble victory in the non-winged micro class and the first pavement triumph of his career.

Kirkman never faltered despite four cautions, beating Tyler Gunn to the finish line by 2.821 seconds.

Dillon Nusbaum, Brent Busz and teenager Grant Valkner closed the top five in the non-winged event.

Veteran John Ivy took advantage of calamity ahead of him in the winged 600cc micro feature to notch his 22nd Rumble win, extending his record as the winningest driver across all classes in event history.

Ivy assumed the lead on lap eight, after Rod Henning turned around then-leader Brian Busz and both drivers were sent to the tail of the field, and never looked back from that point on.

The Ohio driver paced the remaining 18 laps, taking the checkered flag 1.501 seconds ahead of Bill Dunham. Ivy’s teammate Cap Henry was third, followed by Tyler Shullick and Nate Franklin.

Philip Schneiderman carried the banner among go-kart racers Friday, winning all three of the features (Clone 330, Clone 360, Senior Champ) he entered and banking a $2,000 check for his score in the Senior Champ feature that closed the go-kart portion of the Friday program.

Other go-kart winners Friday at the Rumble included Cody Gallogly (Clone 400), Landen Francis (Junior 3), Kyleigh Drummond (Jr Sportsman) and Greysen Prater (Kid Karts).

Dylan Regnerus (Animal Combined), Grayson Hathaway (Sr. Honda), Tigh Shaffer (Jr. Honda), Austin Geer (Heavy 160), Memarie Ashcraft (Heavy 120) and Lukas Waber (Light 160) were quarter midget victors during opening night Friday.

Action at the 24th Rumble in Fort Wayne presented by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales continues Saturday, with a full program of quarter midget, go-kart, 600cc micro and midget racing beginning at 11 a.m. ET.

Live streaming coverage of the event is being provided for the second consecutive year by SPEED SPORT affiliate PitRow.TV, the official video partner of the Rumble in Fort Wayne.

24th Rumble in Fort Wayne pres. by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales; Allen County War Memorial Coliseum; Fort Wayne, Ind.; Dec. 30, 2022

National Midget A-Feature (50 laps): 1. 99g-Mario Clouser [1], 2. 01-Thomas Schrage [5], 3. 59-Bryan Nuckles [6], 4. 16-Nick Hamilton [9], 5. 32-Kyle Hamilton [11], 6. 46-Russ Gamester [8], 7. 5x-Justin Peck [12], 8. 9s-Charlie Schultz [3], 9. 99-Billy Wease [7], 10. 2-Tony Stewart [2], 11. 24m-Jackson Macenko [13], 12. 49-Tim Creech II [10], 13. 8up-Joe Liguori [14], 14. 36-Jim Anderson [4].

Lap Leader(s): Mario Clouser 1-33, Tony Stewart 34-41, Mario Clouser 42-50.

Hard Charger: #32 – Kyle Hamilton (+6)

 

Axsom Leads Feature Count Going Into Saturday Night At The 38th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (December 30, 2022) Down to the final day of the year and the final day of the 38th annual Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout, the six A-Features are taking shape with one already full and five looking for more on Saturday.

Putting 20 cars in Junior Sprint competition already, the focus on Saturday will be B-Mains and Last Chance Qualifiers to set the field in the remaining five divisions.

Of the drivers already locked in, none have made more than Indiana’s Emerson Axsom, who is the only driver in the field already locked into all Stock, and Outlaw divisions. From the front row in A-Class and Outlaw, where he will start second, Axsom will field the others from row four, starting seventh in Outlaw Non-Wing, and eighth in Non-Wing, where he is the defending champion. A two-time Shootout winner, his other Golden Driller came in Outlaw in 2020. This marks the second time in as many years he's accomplished this feat.

Looking to match Emerson is Kansas shoe Jace Park and California’s Jake Hagopian, who are each locked into a trio of feature events. For Park, it’s 13th in A-Class, second in Non-Wing, and ninth in Outlaw Non-Wing. For Hagopian, it’s the pole in A-Class, where he won in 2019 as well as 2022, then 13th in Non-Wing and Outlaw Non-Wing.

Eight drivers in a pair of A-Features, that list consists of Blayden Graham (Rest & Jr.), Cannon McIntosh (SNW & ONW), Daison Pursley (Outlaw & SNW), Jaxon Bishop (SNW & ONW), Kyle Heflin (Rest & Jr.), Michael Faccinto (A-Class & Outlaw), T.J. Smith (Outlaw & ONW), and Shane Stewart (A-Class & Outlaw), who last took part in the Tulsa Shootout in 2003, where he finished runner-up to the late Bryan Clauson.

Another 74 drivers find themselves locked into at least one A-Feature on Saturday.

Down to the final 51 events, a staggering 2,680 green flag laps have already been contested through Heats, Alphabet, and Qualifying races, with another 730 in B-Mains, LCQ’s ,and A-Features on Saturday.

Saturday, December 31, will see cars on track at 9:00 A.M. (CT). The tentative lineup of remaining events is as follows:

Saturday Schedule:

B Mains:

308-315: Stock Non-Wing (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ)

316-323: Outlaw Non-Wing (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ)

324-331: A Class Winged (12 Laps: 8 Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ)

332-339: Outlaw Winged (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ)

340-347: Restricted A Class (12 Laps: 8 – Top 2 from each Advance to LCQ)

Last Chance A Main Qualifiers (12 Laps):

348: Stock Non-Wing (Top 8 Advance to A Main)

349: Outlaw Non-Wing (Top 8 Advance to A Main)

350: Restricted A Class (Top 8 Advance to A Main)

351: A Class Winged (Top 8 Advance to A Main)

352: Outlaw Winged (Top 8 Advance to A Main)

Championship A Mains:

353: Stock Non-Wing (30 Laps)

354: Junior Sprints (20 Laps)

355: Outlaw Non-Wing (30 Laps)

356: Restricted A Class (25 Laps)

357: A Class Winged (30 Laps)

358: Outlaw Winged (55 Laps)

Featured classes at the 38th running of the “Mecca of Micros” include A-Class, Stock Non-Wing, Restricted, Outlaw, Non-Wing Outlaw, and Junior Sprints. Fans not able to attend the 38th annual Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout can see every lap of action on http://www.floracing.com.

The Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout takes place at the Tulsa Expo Raceway, located inside the SageNet Center in Tulsa, Okla. More information on the event will be released as the event draws closer. All official rules, event information, and dates are online at http://www.tulsashootout.com. Fans can also follow the Tulsa Shootout at https://www.facebook.com/TulsaShootout and on Twitter (@TulsaShootout).

Race Results:

38th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout

Tulsa Expo Raceway (Tulsa, Okla.)

Friday, December 30, 2022

Outlaw

Top 112 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 8 Qualifying Races

Race 1 (8 Laps): 1. 1E-Eric Braundmeier[1]; 2. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[2]; 3. 29A-Tanner Thorson[4]; 4. 56M-Cody Key[10]; 5. 2J-Daison Pursley[8]; 6. 94-Hayden Wise[3]; 7. 88-Austin Torgerson[7]; 8. 101-Brock Berreth[6]; 9. 43-Parker Perry[9]; 10. (DNF) 12-Frank Galusha[5]

Race 2 (8 Laps): 1. 73B-Braden Chiaramonte[2]; 2. 81X-Frank Flud[3]; 3. 39-Russ Disinger[4]; 4. 98-James Roselli[1]; 5. 25J-Delaney Jost[5]; 6. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[8]; 7. 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[6]; 8. R7-Kyle Spence[9]; 9. 951-Jimmy Wells[7]; 10. (DNS) 88M-Maxon Crabdree

Race 3 (8 Laps): 1. 0-Connor Wolf[1]; 2. 87X-Chance Crum[10]; 3. 18-Aidan Leingang[2]; 4. 1F-Jason Friesen[4]; 5. 99-Brett Osborn[5]; 6. 787-Brody Wake[6]; 7. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[7]; 8. 14L-Logan Heath[8]; 9. (DNF) 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[9]; 10. (DNF) 3C-Collin Mitchell[3]

Race 4 (8 Laps): 1. 88R-Ryder Laplante[4]; 2. 8P-Caleb Pence[5]; 3. 29L-Jackson Lauderbaugh[7]; 4. 94C-Craig Ronk[8]; 5. 07Z-Zak Gorski[1]; 6. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[9]; 7. 55C-Trevor Cline[2]; 8. 9-Bryce Comer[10]; 9. 33L-Laike Imm[6]; 10. 80N-Shawn Jones[3]

Race 5 (8 Laps): 1. 02-Ashton Torgerson[2]; 2. 86-Zach Wigal[6]; 3. 47B-Emerson Axsom[9]; 4. 44T-Austin Taborski[3]; 5. 16F-Matthew Francis[1]; 6. 22R-Gage Laney[8]; 7. 95A-Eli Adams[7]; 8. 00T-Cole Tinsley[5]; 9. 122-Lane Warner[4]; 10. 7F-Ryan Frantz[10]

Race 6 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 2. 11J-Jett Hays[5]; 3. 65-Michael Faccinto[9]; 4. 83-Brant Woods[4]; 5. 10T-Taylor Morgan[1]; 6. 61C-Chris Parmley[2]; 7. 62-Rachel Zabawa[6]; 8. 35C-Logan Calderwood[10]; 9. 13T-Caiden Mitchell[8]; 10. 29D-Dylan Menditto[7]

Race 7 (8 Laps): 1. 14C-Connor Gross[3]; 2. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[5]; 3. 2B-Garrett Benson[7]; 4. 55T-McKenna Haase[1]; 5. 36-Tuesday Calderwood[4]; 6. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[2]; 7. 17J-Jacob Johnston[6]; 8. 15D-Mason Daugherty[10]; 9. 4X-Teagen Moles[9]; 10. 13Z-Chris Counter[8]

Race 8 (8 Laps): 1. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[1]; 2. 2A-Austin Wood[2]; 3. 77-Preston Norbury[3]; 4. 14R-Jake Nail[5]; 5. 5X-Axton Romero[4]; 6. 72-Alex Karpowicz[6]; 7. 51-Joshua Huish[9]; 8. 9K-Kieran Casillas[7]; 9. 20S-Steven Curbow[10]; 10. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[8]

Race 9 (8 Laps): 1. 7T-Logan Trevino[1]; 2. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[4]; 3. 4J-Jaylon Mills[2]; 4. 68-Landon Ellis[5]; 5. 39H-Colton Hardy[7]; 6. 56-Michael Hubert[6]; 7. 15N-Neal Allison[9]; 8. 5S-Gunnar Setser[10]; 9. 157-Cam Sorrels[8]; 10. 66-Jayden Clay[3]

Race 10 (8 Laps): 1. 26J-Chelby Hinton[1]; 2. 22Z-Jaxon Bishop[6]; 3. 6W-Colin White[5]; 4. 17S-Baron Silva[3]; 5. 151-Joe B Miller[9]; 6. 63-Colton Key[7]; 7. 61-Kenny Koelsch[4]; 8. 21X-Carson Bolden[10]; 9. 51G-Grant Schaadt[8]; 10. (DNF) 1C-Connor Lee[2]

Race 11 (8 Laps): 1. 21H-Kameron Key[4]; 2. 12K-Dylan Kadous[3]; 3. 2E-Jake Galusha[7]; 4. 49-Cameron La Rose[6]; 5. 24-JW Henderson[1]; 6. 12J-Jeffrey Newell[9]; 7. 67-JJ Loss[8]; 8. 37A-Ayden Gatewood[5]; 9. 22B-Dylan Bloomfield[10]; 10. (DNF) 22A-Jacob McConnell[2]

Race 12 (8 Laps): 1. 23C-Josh Castro[2]; 2. 21L-Quinton Benson[4]; 3. 11X-Brent Crews[6]; 4. 4S-Spencer Hill[1]; 5. 35-Carsen Perkins[9]; 6. 10K-Koda Oller[10]; 7. 22M-Sammy McNabb[3]; 8. 49B-Joel Smith[8]; 9. 71-Tim Buckwalter[5]; 10. (DNF) 10J-Tracy Henson[7]

Race 13 (8 Laps): 1. 88J-Joey Amantea[3]; 2. 78B-Lane Burnett[1]; 3. 23-Alec Quiggle[4]; 4. 52H-Hayden Mabe[5]; 5. 13-Elijah Gile[6]; 6. 11C-Darren Brown[7]; 7. 5-Bradley Huish[2]; 8. 01-Kaden Weger[9]; 9. 80-Cody Caldwell[10]; 10. 97-Damian Norbury[8]

Race 14 (8 Laps): 1. 26P-Preston Lattomus[1]; 2. 4H-Harley Hollan[4]; 3. 8A-TJ Smith[10]; 4. 8J-Jonathan Beason[9]; 5. 15C-Brody Brown[3]; 6. 59M-Brody Mclaughlin[2]; 7. 2X-Jadyn Friesen[8]; 8. 9H-Kaden Holm[7]; 9. 58-Carl Lebo[5]; 10. Z78-Zach Drummond[6]

Race 15 (8 Laps): 1. 25R-Nathan Rector[1]; 2. 97M-Scotty Milan[3]; 3. 77R-Robbie Smith[2]; 4. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[4]; 5. 29K-Levi Kuntz[7]; 6. 33M-Ryan Mueller[6]; 7. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[9]; 8. 114-Sawyer Kiner[5]; 9. 5N-Reece Shelton[8]; 10. (DNS) 1-Kortland Stephens

Race 16 (8 Laps): 1. 24S-Colby Sokol[1]; 2. 24A-KJ Snow[5]; 3. 71J-Jaxton Wiggs[3]; 4. 36K-Kris Carroll[9]; 5. 14T-Tyler Walton[2]; 6. 57-Mikey Smith[4]; 7. 18K-Brayden Kongdara[6]; 8. 95-Paige Moss[7]; 9. 54X-Maverick Myrick[8]; 10. 95M-Pat Kelly[10]

Race 17 (8 Laps): 1. 55B-Jett Barnes[8]; 2. 138-Karson Battarbee[5]; 3. 5K-Gavan Boschele[9]; 4. 1T-Brenham Crouch[4]; 5. 9M-Keith McIntyre Jr[6]; 6. 18H-Nicholas Howard[2]; 7. 191-Bash Ferguson[3]; 8. 10-Patrick Lundy[7]; 9. (DNS) 9B-Casey Bauman; 10. (DQ) 29-Blake Scott[1]

Race 18 (8 Laps): 1. 22-Curtis Jones[1]; 2. 22X-Riley Goodno[3]; 3. 570-Johnny Smith[5]; 4. 73-Jason McDougal[8]; 5. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[7]; 6. 131-Dusty Young[9]; 7. 3R-Hunter Rhoades[6]; 8. 3-Cole Schroeder[4]; 9. 32L-Brian Lunsford[2]; 10. 42A-Ashley Afdahl[10]

Race 19 (8 Laps): 1. 10M-Mitchel Moles[1]; 2. 82S-Austin Sanders[3]; 3. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[2]; 4. 4Y-Jett Yantis[7]; 5. 74X-Xavier Doney[6]; 6. 6B-Blake Parmley[4]; 7. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[8]; 8. 19J-Justin Robison[10]; 9. 23Z-Zach Hanes[9]; 10. 88X-Cody Christensen[5]

Race 20 (8 Laps): 1. 8H-Matthew Howard[4]; 2. 88W-Eric Wright[1]; 3. 75-Devan Myers[2]; 4. 14E-Eric Botelho[5]; 5. 33-Cruz Dickerson[7]; 6. 11D-Dominic White[8]; 7. 69-Devin Crawley[10]; 8. 28C-Carson Brown[6]; 9. 17X-Robert Harbert[9]; 10. (DNF) 51B-Kyle Busch[3]

Race 21 (8 Laps): 1. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[3]; 2. 89-Jace Park[4]; 3. 2C-Chase Porter[1]; 4. 85J-Logan Julien[2]; 5. 21G-Garth Kasiner[5]; 6. 4A-Ayden Hare[7]; 7. 1V-Johnny Boland[10]; 8. 126-Autumn Criste[8]; 9. (DNF) 117-James Scott[6]; 10. (DNF) 32S-Kyran Keith[9]

Race 22 (8 Laps): 1. 15X-Rob Pajauis[1]; 2. 77S-Logan Seavey[3]; 3. 10S-Shane Stewart[5]; 4. 9S-Kevin Bayer[6]; 5. 99D-Bryant Dawson[9]; 6. 24G-Greyson Springer[4]; 7. 21-Bruce Comer[8]; 8. 3Z-Trey Zorn[10]; 9. 31-Chad Lobb[2]; 10. 12M-Tomy Moreau[7]

Race 23 (8 Laps): 1. 163-Logan Rumsey[1]; 2. 12C-Chase Spicola[2]; 3. 51F-Gary Taylor[3]; 4. 20Q-Brecken Reese[7]; 5. 11A-Jaden Alexander[4]; 6. 48T-Tanner Holm[8]; 7. 14J-Darin Naida[6]; 8. 44P-Jeffery Pahule[10]; 9. 19-Tomas Partington[9]; 10. 8M-Mickey Bullock[5]

Race 24 (8 Laps): 1. 08-Peter Smith[3]; 2. 20G-Noah Gass[7]; 3. 7A-Aaron Jesina[1]; 4. 72H-Hunter Pruitt[2]; 5. 25S-Justis Sokol[8]; 6. 81-Dekota Gay[6]; 7. 5R-Chase Rodgers[5]; 8. 23X-Rhea Lynn Moss[4]; 9. (DNS) 26-Corbin Rueschenberg

D-Features (Top 4 to corresponding C-Feature)

Race 130 - D1 (10 Laps): 1. 117-James Scott[1]; 2. 95M-Pat Kelly[2]; 3. Z78-Zach Drummond[4]; 4. 31-Chad Lobb[3]; 5. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[5]; 6. (DNS) 13Z-Chris Counter; 7. (DNS) 3C-Collin Mitchell; 8. (DNS) 1C-Connor Lee

Race 131 - D2 (10 Laps): 1. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[1]; 2. 12-Frank Galusha[3]; 3. 42A-Ashley Afdahl[2]; 4. 1-Kortland Stephens[6]; 5. 22A-Jacob McConnell[5]; 6. 29D-Dylan Menditto[4]; 7. (DNS) 71-Tim Buckwalter; 8. (DNS) 80N-Shawn Jones

Race 132 - D3 (10 Laps): 1. 122-Lane Warner[2]; 2. 58-Carl Lebo[1]; 3. 66-Jayden Clay[6]; 4. 10J-Tracy Henson[4]; 5. 97-Damian Norbury[3]; 6. 9B-Casey Bauman[5]; 7. (DNS) 88X-Cody Christensen

Race 133 - D4 (10 Laps): 1. 7F-Ryan Frantz[1]; 2. 51B-Kyle Busch[6]; 3. 32S-Kyran Keith[2]; 4. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[5]; 5. 8M-Mickey Bullock[3]; 6. 12M-Tomy Moreau[4]; 7. (DNS) 32L-Brian Lunsford

C-Features (Top 2 to corresponding B-Feature)

Race 134 - C1 (10 Laps): 1. 98-James Roselli[1]; 2. 21G-Garth Kasiner[2]; 3. 88-Austin Torgerson[5]; 4. 14J-Darin Naida[8]; 5. 21X-Carson Bolden[6]; 6. 49B-Joel Smith[7]; 7. 95M-Pat Kelly[11]; 8. 95-Paige Moss[10]; 9. 37A-Ayden Gatewood[9]; 10. 19-Tomas Partington[12]; 11. 21-Bruce Comer[3]; 12. (DNF) 787-Brody Wake[4]; 13. (DNS) 51-Joshua Huish; 14. (DNS) 31-Chad Lobb

Race 135 - C2 (10 Laps): 1. 15N-Neal Allison[3]; 2. R7-Kyle Spence[8]; 3. 36-Tuesday Calderwood[2]; 4. 72-Alex Karpowicz[4]; 5. 57-Mikey Smith[5]; 6. 55T-McKenna Haase[1]; 7. 13T-Caiden Mitchell[12]; 8. 3-Cole Schroeder[11]; 9. 117-James Scott[13]; 10. 19J-Justin Robison[6]; 11. Z78-Zach Drummond[14]; 12. 126-Autumn Criste[9]; 13. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[7]; 14. 10-Patrick Lundy[10]

Race 136 - C3 (10 Laps): 1. 4S-Spencer Hill[1]; 2. 5X-Axton Romero[2]; 3. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[3]; 4. 95A-Eli Adams[7]; 5. 56-Michael Hubert[4]; 6. 44P-Jeffery Pahule[9]; 7. 157-Cam Sorrels[10]; 8. 01-Kaden Weger[6]; 9. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[13]; 10. 23X-Rhea Lynn Moss[11]; 11. 42A-Ashley Afdahl[12]; 12. (DNF) 6B-Blake Parmley[5]; 13. (DNF) 20S-Steven Curbow[8]; 14. (DNS) 3Z-Trey Zorn

Race 137 - C4 (10 Laps): 1. 14T-Tyler Walton[3]; 2. 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[7]; 3. 69-Devin Crawley[1]; 4. 24G-Greyson Springer[5]; 5. 55C-Trevor Cline[9]; 6. 12-Frank Galusha[13]; 7. 33M-Ryan Mueller[4]; 8. 11A-Jaden Alexander[2]; 9. 22B-Dylan Bloomfield[10]; 10. 51G-Grant Schaadt[12]; 11. 94-Hayden Wise[6]; 12. (DNF) 1-Kortland Stephens[14]; 13. (DNF) 5R-Chase Rodgers[8]; 14. (DNF) 43-Parker Perry[11]

Race 138 - C5 (10 Laps): 1. 07Z-Zak Gorski[3]; 2. 1V-Johnny Boland[1]; 3. 63-Colton Key[2]; 4. 81-Dekota Gay[4]; 5. 9-Bryce Comer[5]; 6. 122-Lane Warner[13]; 7. 66-Jayden Clay[14]; 8. 62-Rachel Zabawa[7]; 9. 61C-Chris Parmley[6]; 10. 80-Cody Caldwell[10]; 11. (DNF) 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[11]; 12. (DNF) 61-Kenny Koelsch[8]; 13. (DNF) 5N-Reece Shelton[12]; 14. (DNF) 5-Bradley Huish[9]

Race 139 - C6 (10 Laps): 1. 25J-Delaney Jost[1]; 2. 11C-Darren Brown[2]; 3. 35C-Logan Calderwood[5]; 4. 22M-Sammy McNabb[8]; 5. 101-Brock Berreth[10]; 6. 4X-Teagen Moles[11]; 7. 9K-Kieran Casillas[9]; 8. 16F-Matthew Francis[3]; 9. 10J-Tracy Henson[14]; 10. 58-Carl Lebo[13]; 11. (DNF) 17J-Jacob Johnston[7]; 12. (DNF) 54X-Maverick Myrick[12]; 13. (DNF) 67-JJ Loss[4]; 14. (DNF) 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[6]

Race 140 - C7 (10 Laps): 1. 99-Brett Osborn[1]; 2. 4A-Ayden Hare[2]; 3. 2X-Jadyn Friesen[4]; 4. 15D-Mason Daugherty[5]; 5. 951-Jimmy Wells[12]; 6. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[14]; 7. 28C-Carson Brown[10]; 8. 51B-Kyle Busch[13]; 9. 9H-Kaden Holm[9]; 10. 10T-Taylor Morgan[3]; 11. 191-Bash Ferguson[8]; 12. 23Z-Zach Hanes[11]; 13. (DNF) 59M-Brody Mclaughlin[6]; 14. (DNF) 18K-Brayden Kongdara[7]

Race 141 - C8 (10 Laps): 1. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[4]; 2. 15C-Brody Brown[2]; 3. 29K-Levi Kuntz[1]; 4. 5S-Gunnar Setser[5]; 5. 24-JW Henderson[3]; 6. 14L-Logan Heath[8]; 7. 00T-Cole Tinsley[10]; 8. 3R-Hunter Rhoades[7]; 9. 114-Sawyer Kiner[9]; 10. 32S-Kyran Keith[14]; 11. 33L-Laike Imm[12]; 12. 7F-Ryan Frantz[13]; 13. (DNF) 17X-Robert Harbert[11]; 14. (DNF) 18H-Nicholas Howard[6]

Race 130 - D1 (10 Laps): 1. 117-James Scott[1]; 2. 95M-Pat Kelly[2]; 3. Z78-Zach Drummond[4]; 4. 31-Chad Lobb[3]; 5. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[5]; 6. (DNS) 13Z-Chris Counter; 7. (DNS) 3C-Collin Mitchell; 8. (DNS) 1C-Connor Lee

Race 131 - D2 (10 Laps): 1. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[1]; 2. 12-Frank Galusha[3]; 3. 42A-Ashley Afdahl[2]; 4. 1-Kortland Stephens[6]; 5. 22A-Jacob McConnell[5]; 6. 29D-Dylan Menditto[4]; 7. (DNS) 71-Tim Buckwalter; 8. (DNS) 80N-Shawn Jones

Race 132 - D3 (10 Laps): 1. 122-Lane Warner[2]; 2. 58-Carl Lebo[1]; 3. 66-Jayden Clay[6]; 4. 10J-Tracy Henson[4]; 5. 97-Damian Norbury[3]; 6. 9B-Casey Bauman[5]; 7. (DNS) 88X-Cody Christensen

Race 133 - D4 (10 Laps): 1. 7F-Ryan Frantz[1]; 2. 51B-Kyle Busch[6]; 3. 32S-Kyran Keith[2]; 4. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[5]; 5. 8M-Mickey Bullock[3]; 6. 12M-Tomy Moreau[4]; 7. (DNS) 32L-Brian Lunsford

Qualifiers (Top 16 in combined passing points from Heats & Qualifiers advance to Saturday night's A Main)

Race 292 - Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 2B-Garrett Benson[1]; 2. 21H-Kameron Key[3]; 3. 94C-Craig Ronk[7]; 4. 55B-Jett Barnes[4]; 5. 26J-Chelby Hinton[6]; 6. 151-Joe B Miller[9]; 7. 6W-Colin White[8]; 8. 18-Aidan Leingang[11]; 9. 131-Dusty Young[13]; 10. 9M-Keith McIntyre Jr[14]; 11. 14E-Eric Botelho[12]; 12. 08-Peter Smith[2]; 13. 21L-Quinton Benson[5]; 14. 49-Cameron La Rose[10]

Race 293 - Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 4H-Harley Hollan[5]; 2. 8H-Matthew Howard[3]; 3. 570-Johnny Smith[8]; 4. 87X-Chance Crum[4]; 5. 56M-Cody Key[2]; 6. 9S-Kevin Bayer[10]; 7. 35-Carsen Perkins[9]; 8. 2C-Chase Porter[12]; 9. 26P-Preston Lattomus[6]; 10. 2E-Jake Galusha[1]; 11. 74X-Xavier Doney[14]; 12. 1F-Jason Friesen[13]; 13. 73-Jason McDougal[7]; 14. 4J-Jaylon Mills[11]

Race 294 - Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 8A-TJ Smith[4]; 2. 10S-Shane Stewart[8]; 3. 2J-Daison Pursley[10]; 4. 89-Jace Park[5]; 5. 73B-Braden Chiaramonte[1]; 6. 86-Zach Wigal[3]; 7. 81X-Frank Flud[7]; 8. 83-Brant Woods[13]; 9. 8P-Caleb Pence[2]; 10. 77R-Robbie Smith[11]; 11. 99D-Bryant Dawson[9]; 12. 7A-Aaron Jesina[12]; 13. 25R-Nathan Rector[6]; 14. 85J-Logan Julien[14]

Race 295 - Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 11X-Brent Crews[5]; 2. 4Y-Jett Yantis[8]; 3. 02-Ashton Torgerson[1]; 4. 11J-Jett Hays[2]; 5. 22Z-Jaxon Bishop[3]; 6. 12K-Dylan Kadous[7]; 7. 24S-Colby Sokol[6]; 8. 25S-Justis Sokol[10]; 9. 39H-Colton Hardy[12]; 10. 72H-Hunter Pruitt[14]; 11. 78B-Lane Burnett[9]; 12. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[11]; 13. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[13]; 14. (DNF) 20G-Noah Gass[4]

Race 296 - Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 47B-Emerson Axsom[4]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 3. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[2]; 4. 23C-Josh Castro[1]; 5. 20Q-Brecken Reese[8]; 6. 97M-Scotty Milan[7]; 7. 1E-Eric Braundmeier[5]; 8. 77-Preston Norbury[10]; 9. 88W-Eric Wright[9]; 10. 22-Curtis Jones[6]; 11. 1T-Brenham Crouch[13]; 12. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[14]; 13. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[12]; 14. 75-Devan Myers[11]

Race 297 - Qualifier 6 (10 Laps): 1. 8J-Jonathan Beason[1]; 2. 24A-KJ Snow[2]; 3. 65-Michael Faccinto[4]; 4. 10M-Mitchel Moles[6]; 5. 14C-Connor Gross[3]; 6. 29A-Tanner Thorson[9]; 7. 22X-Riley Goodno[7]; 8. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[8]; 9. 14R-Jake Nail[11]; 10. 0-Connor Wolf[5]; 11. 44T-Austin Taborski[13]; 12. 33-Cruz Dickerson[12]; 13. 22R-Gage Laney[14]; 14. 71J-Jaxton Wiggs[10]

Race 298 - Qualifier 7 (10 Laps): 1. 36K-Kris Carroll[1]; 2. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[5]; 3. 138-Karson Battarbee[2]; 4. 82S-Austin Sanders[7]; 5. 5K-Gavan Boschele[4]; 6. 88J-Joey Amantea[3]; 7. 2A-Austin Wood[8]; 8. 68-Landon Ellis[11]; 9. 15X-Rob Pajauis[6]; 10. 51F-Gary Taylor[10]; 11. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[12]; 12. 11D-Dominic White[14]; 13. (DNF) 39-Russ Disinger[9]; 14. (DNF) 17S-Baron Silva[13]

Race 299 - Qualifier 8 (10 Laps): 1. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[1]; 2. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[3]; 3. 12C-Chase Spicola[8]; 4. 29L-Jackson Lauderbaugh[2]; 5. 163-Logan Rumsey[6]; 6. 23-Alec Quiggle[9]; 7. 88R-Ryder Laplante[4]; 8. 7T-Logan Trevino[5]; 9. 48T-Tanner Holm[13]; 10. 13-Elijah Gile[11]; 11. 77S-Logan Seavey[7]; 12. 10K-Koda Oller[10]; 13. 12J-Jeffrey Newell[12]; 14. (DNS) 52H-Hayden Mabe

Outlaw Non-Wing

Top 112 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 8 Qualifying Races

Race 25 (8 Laps): 1. 23C-Josh Castro[3]; 2. 14J-Eric Jennings[4]; 3. 80N-Shawn Jones[9]; 4. 13-Elijah Gile[8]; 5. 7P-Dylan Ramey[6]; 6. 66J-Holden Jennings[5]; 7. 58-Carl Lebo[1]; 8. 48T-Tanner Holm[2]; 9. (DNF) 8X-Josh Marcham[7]; 10. (DNS) U2-Ryan Cotney

Race 26 (8 Laps): 1. 54X-Maverick Myrick[4]; 2. 23-Alec Quiggle[5]; 3. 17A-Austin Barnhill[1]; 4. 19J-Justin Robison[3]; 5. 7F-Ryan Frantz[8]; 6. 57-Kyle Chady[9]; 7. 17T-Talon McConnell[7]; 8. 191-Bash Ferguson[2]; 9. 13L-Jack Lobin[10]; 10. 23Z-Zach Hanes[6]

Race 27 (8 Laps): 1. 11J-Jett Hays[1]; 2. 16S-Seth Shebester[3]; 3. 12U-tyler davenport[4]; 4. 151-Joe B Miller[5]; 5. 15-Jase Randolph[6]; 6. 20S-Steven Curbow[7]; 7. 72H-Hunter Pruitt[9]; 8. 21B-Justin Bates[2]; 9. 25J-Delaney Jost[10]; 10. 4N-Ryan Winter[8]

Race 28 (8 Laps): 1. 87C-Brenham Crouch[2]; 2. 26K-Kale Drake[4]; 3. 32L-Brian Lunsford[6]; 4. 28C-Carson Brown[7]; 5. 89-Jace Park[10]; 6. 2A-Austin Wood[9]; 7. 28S-Daniel Smith[3]; 8. 8C-Jake Branum[5]; 9. 17J-Jacob Johnston[8]; 10. (DNF) 10-Patrick Lundy[1]

Race 29 (8 Laps): 1. 94-Hayden Wise[1]; 2. 6W-Colin White[9]; 3. 9H-Kaden Holm[5]; 4. 99B-Cole Bodine[3]; 5. 24T-Glenn James Bratti[8]; 6. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[6]; 7. 27W-Shawn Wicker[4]; 8. 29D-Dylan Menditto[7]; 9. 70-Dwight Green[2]; 10. (DNS) 33X-Daniel Robinson

Race 30 (8 Laps): 1. 08J-Jace McIntosh[6]; 2. 98D-Mason Daugherty[8]; 3. 54-Trey Gropp[3]; 4. 122-Lane Warner[9]; 5. 112-Jack Kassik[7]; 6. 37A-Ayden Gatewood[1]; 7. (DNF) 12B-Brandon Boggs[2]; 8. (DNF) 88J-Joey Amantea[10]; 9. (DNF) 29P-Bailee Spitulski[4]; 10. (DNF) 20-Shon Deskins[5]

Race 31 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 2. 14C-Connor Gross[9]; 3. 83-Brant Woods[6]; 4. 3S-Will Scribner[7]; 5. 32-Trey Marcham[10]; 6. 60-Robert Lee[3]; 7. 77E-Cole Esgar[8]; 8. 951-Jimmy Wells[5]; 9. 49S-Mike Snelling[2]; 10. (DNF) 9K-Kieran Casillas[1]

Race 32 (8 Laps): 1. 49-Cameron La Rose[1]; 2. 13T-Caiden Mitchell[3]; 3. 21G-Garth Kasiner[4]; 4. 3E-Drake Edwards[8]; 5. 81X-Frank Flud[10]; 6. 8B-Dustin Bottoms[6]; 7. 33M-Ryan Mueller[9]; 8. 4X-Teagen Moles[7]; 9. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[2]; 10. 480-Cory Green[5]

Race 33 (8 Laps): 1. 14R-Jake Nail[6]; 2. 4A-Ayden Hare[1]; 3. 66B-Broedy Graham[3]; 4. 29A-Tanner Thorson[8]; 5. 10S-Scout Spraggins[4]; 6. 26C-Chase McDermand[10]; 7. 59X-Richie Harvey[9]; 8. 8-Coleten Agee[2]; 9. 81-Dekota Gay[5]; 10. 15J-Joe Bob Lee[7]

Race 34 (8 Laps): 1. 12R-Trey Robb[2]; 2. 25A-Anton Hernandez[4]; 3. 77S-Logan Seavey[3]; 4. 3L-Jimmy Leal[1]; 5. 76-Maverick Elkins[5]; 6. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[7]; 7. 33D-Justin Patocka[8]; 8. 157-Cam Sorrels[6]; 9. (DNF) 10K-Koda Oller[9]; 10. (DNS) 17D-Dave Nicholson

Race 35 (8 Laps): 1. 68-Landon Ellis[2]; 2. 17-Quinn Jones[7]; 3. 35-Carsen Perkins[6]; 4. 3R-Hunter Rhoades[1]; 5. 61C-Chris Parmley[3]; 6. 29C-Connor Borah[5]; 7. 22J-Tony Lawrence[8]; 8. 1-Kortland Stephens[9]; 9. 40G-Jason Gariss[4]; 10. (DNF) 18H-Nicholas Howard[10]

Race 36 (8 Laps): 1. 101-Brock Berreth[1]; 2. 11K-Shawn Mahaffey[8]; 3. 20Q-Brecken Reese[5]; 4. R7-Kyle Spence[9]; 5. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[10]; 6. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[3]; 7. 00C-Charlie Henderson[4]; 8. 95M-Pat Kelly[7]; 9. 22A-Jacob McConnell[2]; 10. 20G-Noah Gass[6]

Race 37 (8 Laps): 1. 91K-Kevin Bayer[2]; 2. 3-Cole Schroeder[1]; 3. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[3]; 4. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[5]; 5. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[8]; 6. 15X-Rob Pajauis[4]; 7. 65-Michael Faccinto[7]; 8. 297-Dillon Berglan[6]; 9. (DNS) 18F-Steve Finn; 10. (DQ) 29-Blake Scott[10]

Race 38 (8 Laps): 1. 2J-Daison Pursley[8]; 2. 75-Devan Myers[2]; 3. 85J-Logan Julien[3]; 4. 38S-Tim Snelling[10]; 5. 62-Rachel Zabawa[9]; 6. 6X-Mark Martin[1]; 7. 14P-Page Perrine[4]; 8. 13X-Chase Howard[7]; 9. 21M-Kiely Ricardo[5]; 10. 97T-Matt Taylor[6]

Race 39 (8 Laps): 1. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[4]; 2. 36T-Jake Neuman[9]; 3. 5A-Ava Gropp[1]; 4. 36K-Kris Carroll[7]; 5. 26M-Gavin Miller[6]; 6. 2C-Chase Porter[8]; 7. 23L-Tyler LaPointe[3]; 8. 9A-Luke Lane[10]; 9. 32S-Kyran Keith[5]; 10. 6B-Blake Parmley[2]

Race 40 (8 Laps): 1. 7T-Logan Trevino[2]; 2. 1C-Connor Lee[6]; 3. 78B-Lane Burnett[1]; 4. 8P-Caleb Pence[5]; 5. 4B-Brandt Twitty[8]; 6. 72-Alex Karpowicz[4]; 7. 8S-Austin Stone[10]; 8. 171-Alex Caldwell[3]; 9. 38H-Levi Henderson[9]; 10. A51-Jason Trosper[7]

Race 41 (8 Laps): 1. 35G-Gaige Weldon[2]; 2. 3Z-Trey Zorn[3]; 3. 28-Garrett Bias[4]; 4. 00T-Cole Tinsley[10]; 5. 14B-Ethan Burdett[9]; 6. 3T-Trevor McIntire[6]; 7. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[5]; 8. 44X-Gunner Shroyer[7]; 9. 727-Shawn McKinney[1]; 10. (DNF) 69U-Robert Burnett[8]

Race 42 (8 Laps): 1. 22M-Sammy McNabb[3]; 2. 39-Russ Disinger[5]; 3. 71J-Jaxton Wiggs[8]; 4. 9-Bryce Comer[1]; 5. 92B-Eric Bartlett[2]; 6. 24G-Greyson Springer[9]; 7. Z78-Zach Drummond[4]; 8. 51G-Grant Schaadt[10]; 9. 111-Mark Reynolds[7]; 10. 10T-Taylor Morgan[6]

Race 43 (8 Laps): 1. 59M-Brody Mclaughlin[3]; 2. 7X-Kaden Smith[5]; 3. 11X-Brent Crews[4]; 4. 12G-Gage Robb[7]; 5. 55C-Trevor Cline[1]; 6. 570-Prestyn Brown[10]; 7. 93-Luke Lucas[2]; 8. 126-Autumn Criste[9]; 9. 11L-Laydon Pearson[6]; 10. 21-Bruce Comer[8]

Race 44 (8 Laps): 1. 14T-Tyler Walton[1]; 2. 12C-Chase Spicola[5]; 3. 08-Peter Smith[4]; 4. 82S-Austin Sanders[8]; 5. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[6]; 6. 21P-Case Piper[9]; 7. 9L-Hunter Lane[10]; 8. 8M-Mickey Bullock[3]; 9. 30X-John Crowder[7]; 10. 72D-Derrick Black[2]

Race 45 (8 Laps): 1. 8J-Jonathan Beason[4]; 2. 22-Curtis Jones[1]; 3. 99K-Seth Stenzel[2]; 4. 55B-Jett Barnes[9]; 5. 0-Connor Wolf[10]; 6. 55P-Dalton Burley[3]; 7. 99D-Bryant Dawson[6]; 8. 13C-William Conner[5]; 9. (DNF) 08S-Stefan Sidur[8]; 10. (DNF) 26J-Chelby Hinton[7]

Race 46 (8 Laps): 1. 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[10]; 2. 52H-Hayden Mabe[1]; 3. 95-Paige Moss[8]; 4. 31-Chad Lobb[4]; 5. (DNF) 07Z-Zak Gorski[5]; 6. (DNF) 17X-Robert Harbert[2]; 7. (DNF) 97B-Donnie Burrows[6]; 8. (DNF) 98-James Roselli[3]; 9. (DNF) 88T-Tony Penick[7]; 10. (DNF) 88-Austin Torgerson[9]

Race 47 (8 Laps): 1. 110-Karter Battarbee[5]; 2. 66-Jayden Clay[3]; 3. 26P-Preston Lattomus[4]; 4. 17F-Santino Ferrucci[1]; 5. 2-Travis Sullivan[9]; 6. C71-Carter Jensrud[8]; 7. 787-Brody Wake[7]; 8. 30-Jacob Barton[2]; 9. 9B-Casey Bauman[6]; 10. 0X-Brendan Warmerdam[10]

Race 48 (8 Laps): 1. 3C-Collin Mitchell[1]; 2. 14-Blake Battles[3]; 3. 49A-Aiden Price[5]; 4. 3W-Chris Cochran[7]; 5. 24P-Ryker Pace[9]; 6. 54K-Kinser Endicott[2]; 7. 5C-Alex Ruppert[4]; 8. 57L-Jacob Lucas[6]; 9. 22B-Dylan Bloomfield[8]; 10. 5P-Luke Porter[10]

Race 49 (8 Laps): 1. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[3]; 2. 5T-Tommy Velasquez III[2]; 3. 86-Zach Wigal[5]; 4. 39H-Colton Hardy[8]; 5. 51B-Kyle Busch[7]; 6. 33K-Kelby Wright[4]; 7. 5B-Cade Bierman[1]; 8. 2M-Adam Miller[9]; 9. 88R-Ryder Laplante[6]; 10. (DNS) 11-Brandon Martin

Race 50 (8 Laps): 1. J37-Jovi Duffy[2]; 2. 5N-Reece Shelton[3]; 3. 138-Karson Battarbee[6]; 4. 5S-Gunnar Setser[7]; 5. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[10]; 6. 14N-Darin Naida[4]; 7. 14L-Logan Heath[9]; 8. 78J-Joe Askew[8]; 9. 4-Brent Shoemaker[1]; 10. (DNF) 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[5]

Race 51 (8 Laps): 1. 73-Jason McDougal[9]; 2. 22Z-Jaxon Bishop[8]; 3. 5-Bradley Huish[3]; 4. 77-Preston Norbury[10]; 5. 11T-Taitum McElvany[1]; 6. 99X-Trey Gibbs[5]; 7. 23M-Garrett Massey[4]; 8. 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[6]; 9. 8H-Matthew Howard[7]; 10. 14D-Tylin Trammell[2]

Race 52 (8 Laps): 1. 12T-Jason Tyer[1]; 2. 36R-Kevin Reed[3]; 3. 11M-Lawrence Mann Jr[5]; 4. 16F-Matthew Francis[7]; 5. 25S-Justis Sokol[8]; 6. 5E-Bobby Chapa[4]; 7. 27-Jace Alvarez[6]; 8. 41S-Joseph Plunkett[2]; 9. 74-Robby Brockman[10]; 10. 27Q-Kaden Weger[9]

Race 53 (8 Laps): 1. 19S-Sam Johnson[2]; 2. 4Y-Jett Yantis[4]; 3. 92S-Justin Simpson[6]; 4. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[8]; 5. 05-Joshua Spatola[3]; 6. 33-Cruz Dickerson[10]; 7. 36-Hunter Creason[1]; 8. 5R-Chase Rodgers[7]; 9. 4H-Bob Hentschel[9]; 10. 10M-Mitchel Moles[5]

Race 54 (8 Laps): 1. 51F-Gary Taylor[3]; 2. 6-John Kilmer[2]; 3. 08C-Cannon McIntosh[8]; 4. 73B-Braden Chiaramonte[10]; 5. 12-Frank Galusha[7]; 6. 75W-TY Marrel[1]; 7. 44K-Cory Kelley[9]; 8. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[6]; 9. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[4]; 10. 67S-Grant Stocker[5]

Race 55 (8 Laps): 1. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[3]; 2. 15N-Neal Allison[7]; 3. 2X-Jadyn Friesen[2]; 4. J5-Johnny Burge[1]; 5. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[4]; 6. 38-Riley Osantowski[6]; 7. 29K-Levi Kuntz[5]; 8. 53-Graham Hamilton[8]; 9. 07-Jacob Kirchoff[10]; 10. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[9]

Race 56 (8 Laps): 1. 24A-KJ Snow[5]; 2. 57T-Kyle Thompson[6]; 3. 1V-Johnny Boland[10]; 4. 49B-Joel Smith[4]; 5. 99M-Mason Seubert[7]; 6. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[2]; 7. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[8]; 8. 56-Michael Hubert[3]; 9. 33W-Rece Wommack[1]; 10. (DNS) 22R-Gage Laney

Race 57 (8 Laps): 1. 36J-Kyle Jones[1]; 2. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[7]; 3. 87-Reed Whitney[3]; 4. 1F-Jason Friesen[5]; 5. 28M-Mick Gile Jr[8]; 6. 18K-Brayden Kongdara[9]; 7. 3J-Cale Coons[10]; 8. 172-Greg Reynolds[4]; 9. 2B-Garrett Benson[6]; 10. 9$-Eddie Ramsey[2]

Race 58 (8 Laps): 1. 17S-Baron Silva[2]; 2. 24S-Colby Sokol[6]; 3. 10C-Matt Carr[9]; 4. 41-Logan Rumsey[10]; 5. 9M-Keith McIntyre Jr[4]; 6. 24R-Ryder Wells[3]; 7. 671-Waylon Phillips[8]; 8. 4C-Cole McDaniel[5]; 9. 29M-Lawrence Mann[7]; 10. (DNF) 7K-Mason Keefer[1]

Race 59 (8 Laps): 1. 21$-Cash Lovenburg[3]; 2. 12J-Jeffrey Newell[10]; 3. 71-Tim Buckwalter[8]; 4. 74X-Xavier Doney[9]; 5. 131-Dusty Young[4]; 6. 117-James Scott[1]; 7. 77M-Matt Ebarb[2]; 8. 27E-Ethan Wicker[7]; 9. 94C-Jordan Clary[5]; 10. 18-Aidan Leingang[6]

Race 60 (8 Laps): 1. 77R-Robbie Smith[2]; 2. 11G-Avery Goodman[1]; 3. 17L-Billy Lawless[3]; 4. 19-Tomas Partington[4]; 5. 51-Joshua Huish[9]; 6. 35C-Logan Calderwood[10]; 7. 2S-Ryan Saunders[5]; 8. 13Z-Chris Counter[7]; 9. 33H-Evan Harvey[8]; 10. (DNF) 20T-Tony Morris[6]

Race 61 (8 Laps): 1. 8A-TJ Smith[1]; 2. 5K-Gavan Boschele[2]; 3. 87X-Chance Crum[5]; 4. 21H-Kameron Key[8]; 5. 24-JW Henderson[4]; 6. 25R-Nathan Rector[3]; 7. 97M-Scotty Milan[10]; 8. 10P-Brian Potter[7]; 9. 4J-Jaylon Mills[6]; 10. 43-Parker Perry[9]

Race 62 (8 Laps): 1. 67-JJ Loss[5]; 2. 21L-Quinton Benson[1]; 3. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[7]; 4. 95A-Eli Adams[6]; 5. 44P-Jeffery Pahule[10]; 6. 4S-Spencer Hill[2]; 7. 96-Jayson Campbell[4]; 8. 5X-Axton Romero[9]; 9. 17C-Christian Galicia[3]; 10. (DNF) 1T-Taylor Whitefield[8]

Race 63 (8 Laps): 1. 01-Weldon Buford[4]; 2. 02-Ashton Torgerson[8]; 3. 31W-Brain McClelland[3]; 4. 1E-Eric Braundmeier[7]; 5. 6C-Trevor Casey[1]; 6. 8G-Teddy Bivert[2]; 7. 18D-Devon Debrick[6]; 8. 33L-Laike Imm[9]; 9. (DNF) 36C-Tuesday Calderwood[5]

Race 64 (8 Laps): 1. 47B-Emerson Axsom[1]; 2. 2L-Austin Lambert[3]; 3. 11C-Darren Brown[2]; 4. 12K-Dylan Kadous[7]; 5. 9C-Cade Cowles[9]; 6. 007-Cody Carter[4]; 7. 44T-Austin Taborski[6]; 8. 97-Damian Norbury[8]; 9. (DNF) 10J-Tracy Henson[5]

E-Features (Top 2 to corresponding D-Feature)

Race 190 - E1 (8 Laps): 1. 56-Michael Hubert[2]; 2. 157-Cam Sorrels[1]; 3. 32S-Kyran Keith[5]; 4. 18-Aidan Leingang[8]; 5. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[6]; 6. 29M-Lawrence Mann[4]; 7. 72D-Derrick Black[9]; 8. 21-Bruce Comer[7]; 9. (DNF) 8-Coleten Agee[3]; 10. (DNS) 4C-Cole McDaniel; 11. (DNS) 22R-Gage Laney; 12. (DNS) 26J-Chelby Hinton

Race 191 - E2 (8 Laps): 1. 88-Austin Torgerson[7]; 2. 17J-Jacob Johnston[3]; 3. 14D-Tylin Trammell[11]; 4. 297-Dillon Berglan[1]; 5. 94C-Jordan Clary[6]; 6. 172-Greg Reynolds[2]; 7. 20T-Tony Morris[10]; 8. 11L-Laydon Pearson[5]; 9. 30-Jacob Barton[4]; 10. 727-Shawn McKinney[9]; 11. 11-Brandon Martin[12]; 12. 1T-Taylor Whitefield[8]

Race 192 - E3 (8 Laps): 1. 57L-Jacob Lucas[1]; 2. 9B-Casey Bauman[5]; 3. 20-Shon Deskins[10]; 4. 4-Brent Shoemaker[7]; 5. 10K-Koda Oller[2]; 6. 70-Dwight Green[8]; 7. 08S-Stefan Sidur[3]; 8. 36C-Tuesday Calderwood[6]; 9. 41S-Joseph Plunkett[4]; 10. 9$-Eddie Ramsey[9]; 11. (DNS) 27Q-Kaden Weger; 12. (DNS) 33X-Daniel Robinson

Race 193 - E4 (8 Laps): 1. 88R-Ryder Laplante[5]; 2. 8X-Josh Marcham[4]; 3. 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[1]; 4. 38H-Levi Henderson[2]; 5. 22B-Dylan Bloomfield[3]; 6. 480-Cory Green[8]; 7. 49S-Mike Snelling[7]; 8. 18F-Steve Finn[10]; 9. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[6]; 10. 10-Patrick Lundy[9]; 11. (DNS) 33W-Rece Wommack; 12. (DNS) 10J-Tracy Henson

Race 194 - E5 (8 Laps): 1. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[1]; 2. 4H-Bob Hentschel[2]; 3. 43-Parker Perry[5]; 4. 33H-Evan Harvey[3]; 5. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[6]; 6. 9K-Kieran Casillas[9]; 7. 111-Mark Reynolds[4]; 8. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[8]; 9. 23Z-Zach Hanes[7]; 10. (DNS) 0X-Brendan Warmerdam; 11. (DNS) 2B-Garrett Benson; 12. (DNS) 18H-Nicholas Howard

Race 195 - E6 (8 Laps): 1. 48T-Tanner Holm[3]; 2. 20G-Noah Gass[9]; 3. 4J-Jaylon Mills[5]; 4. 171-Alex Caldwell[2]; 5. 5P-Luke Porter[6]; 6. 8C-Jake Branum[1]; 7. 7K-Mason Keefer[10]; 8. 30X-John Crowder[4]; 9. 22A-Jacob McConnell[8]; 10. 17C-Christian Galicia[7]; 11. (DNS) 10M-Mitchel Moles

Race 196 - E7 (8 Laps): 1. 951-Jimmy Wells[1]; 2. 4N-Ryan Winter[7]; 3. 8M-Mickey Bullock[2]; 4. 88T-Tony Penick[4]; 5. 81-Dekota Gay[5]; 6. 191-Bash Ferguson[3]; 7. 67S-Grant Stocker[10]; 8. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[6]; 9. 15J-Joe Bob Lee[8]; 10. 97T-Matt Taylor[9]; 11. U2-Ryan Cotney[11]

Race 197 - E8 (8 Laps): 1. 98-James Roselli[2]; 2. 8H-Matthew Howard[4]; 3. 13C-William Conner[1]; 4. 21B-Justin Bates[3]; 5. 6B-Blake Parmley[10]; 6. A51-Jason Trosper[8]; 7. 69U-Robert Burnett[7]; 8. 21M-Kiely Ricardo[5]; 9. 10T-Taylor Morgan[9]; 10. 17D-Dave Nicholson[11]; 11. 40G-Jason Gariss[6]

D-Features (Top 2 to corresponding C-Feature)

Race 198 - D1 (10 Laps): 1. 3T-Trevor McIntire[3]; 2. 56-Michael Hubert[13]; 3. 4X-Teagen Moles[11]; 4. 59X-Richie Harvey[2]; 5. 44T-Austin Taborski[8]; 6. 58-Carl Lebo[12]; 7. 2S-Ryan Saunders[9]; 8. 17X-Robert Harbert[6]; 9. 28S-Daniel Smith[10]; 10. 88J-Joey Amantea[5]; 11. 37A-Ayden Gatewood[7]; 12. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[4]; 13. 24-JW Henderson[1]; 14. 157-Cam Sorrels[14]

Race 199 - D2 (10 Laps): 1. 54K-Kinser Endicott[6]; 2. 95M-Pat Kelly[11]; 3. 14L-Logan Heath[2]; 4. 17J-Jacob Johnston[14]; 5. 27W-Shawn Wicker[9]; 6. 38-Riley Osantowski[3]; 7. 88-Austin Torgerson[13]; 8. 23L-Tyler LaPointe[10]; 9. 1-Kortland Stephens[8]; 10. 671-Waylon Phillips[4]; 11. 20S-Steven Curbow[1]; 12. 13L-Jack Lobin[12]; 13. 9A-Luke Lane[5]; 14. 6X-Mark Martin[7]

Race 200 - D3 (10 Laps): 1. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[1]; 2. 51G-Grant Schaadt[5]; 3. 44K-Cory Kelley[2]; 4. 57L-Jacob Lucas[13]; 5. 75W-TY Marrel[7]; 6. 9B-Casey Bauman[14]; 7. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[6]; 8. 00C-Charlie Henderson[9]; 9. 126-Autumn Criste[8]; 10. 13X-Chase Howard[11]; 11. 66J-Holden Jennings[3]; 12. 25J-Delaney Jost[12]; 13. 78J-Joe Askew[10]; 14. 15X-Rob Pajauis[4]

Race 201 - D4 (10 Laps): 1. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[1]; 2. 29C-Connor Borah[3]; 3. 44X-Gunner Shroyer[11]; 4. 8X-Josh Marcham[14]; 5. 117-James Scott[7]; 6. 4S-Spencer Hill[6]; 7. 5B-Cade Bierman[12]; 8. 53-Graham Hamilton[10]; 9. 88R-Ryder Laplante[13]; 10. 92B-Eric Bartlett[2]; 11. 2M-Adam Miller[8]; 12. 14P-Page Perrine[9]; 13. 72-Alex Karpowicz[4]; 14. 60-Robert Lee[5]

Race 202 - D5 (10 Laps): 1. 55C-Trevor Cline[2]; 2. 74-Robby Brockman[12]; 3. 4H-Bob Hentschel[14]; 4. 8G-Teddy Bivert[6]; 5. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[13]; 6. 33K-Kelby Wright[4]; 7. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[5]; 8. 99X-Trey Gibbs[3]; 9. 5X-Axton Romero[8]; 10. 99D-Bryant Dawson[7]; 11. 97-Damian Norbury[10]; 12. Z78-Zach Drummond[9]; 13. 61C-Chris Parmley[1]; 14. 5R-Chase Rodgers[11]

Race 203 - D6 (10 Laps): 1. 05-Joshua Spatola[1]; 2. 48T-Tanner Holm[11]; 3. 14N-Darin Naida[4]; 4. 5C-Alex Ruppert[7]; 5. 12B-Brandon Boggs[8]; 6. 36-Hunter Creason[10]; 7. 97B-Donnie Burrows[5]; 8. 11T-Taitum McElvany[2]; 9. 55P-Dalton Burley[3]; 10. 20G-Noah Gass[12]; 11. 33L-Laike Imm[6]; 12. 27E-Ethan Wicker[9]; 13. (DNF) 17T-Talon McConnell[14]; 14. (DNF) 77E-Cole Esgar[13]

Race 204 - D7 (10 Laps): 1. 6C-Trevor Casey[2]; 2. 5E-Bobby Chapa[4]; 3. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[8]; 4. 951-Jimmy Wells[13]; 5. 93-Luke Lucas[10]; 6. 24R-Ryder Wells[5]; 7. 23M-Garrett Massey[9]; 8. 33D-Justin Patocka[3]; 9. 13Z-Chris Counter[11]; 10. 07-Jacob Kirchoff[12]; 11. 4N-Ryan Winter[14]; 12. 65-Michael Faccinto[6]; 13. 72H-Hunter Pruitt[1]; 14. 27-Jace Alvarez[7]

Race 205 - D8 (10 Laps): 1. 33M-Ryan Mueller[1]; 2. 007-Cody Carter[4]; 3. 8B-Dustin Bottoms[2]; 4. 29K-Levi Kuntz[8]; 5. 96-Jayson Campbell[9]; 6. 25R-Nathan Rector[5]; 7. 22J-Tony Lawrence[3]; 8. 787-Brody Wake[6]; 9. 98-James Roselli[13]; 10. 18D-Devon Debrick[7]; 11. 29D-Dylan Menditto[12]; 12. 77M-Matt Ebarb[10]; 13. 10P-Brian Potter[11]; 14. 8H-Matthew Howard[14]

C-Features (Top 2 to corresponding B-Feature)

Race 206 - C1 (10 Laps): 1. 75-Devan Myers[2]; 2. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[6]; 3. 3S-Will Scribner[1]; 4. 24T-Glenn James Bratti[5]; 5. 97M-Scotty Milan[12]; 6. 12U-Tyler Davenport[4]; 7. 56-Michael Hubert[14]; 8. 33-Cruz Dickerson[7]; 9. 3L-Jimmy Leal[11]; 10. 51-Joshua Huish[3]; 11. 1F-Jason Friesen[8]; 12. 3T-Trevor McIntire[13]; 13. 57-Kyle Chady[9]; 14. 19J-Justin Robison[10]

Race 207 - C2 (10 Laps): 1. 36K-Kris Carroll[1]; 2. 5T-Tommy Velasquez III[2]; 3. 99B-Cole Bodine[10]; 4. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[5]; 5. 76-Maverick Elkins[12]; 6. 9C-Cade Cowles[3]; 7. 17A-Austin Barnhill[8]; 8. 2A-Austin Wood[9]; 9. 21G-Garth Kasiner[4]; 10. 95M-Pat Kelly[14]; 11. 3R-Hunter Rhoades[11]; 12. 85J-Logan Julien[6]; 13. 54K-Kinser Endicott[13]; 14. 35C-Logan Calderwood[7]

Race 208 - C3 (10 Laps): 1. 6-John Kilmer[2]; 2. 4A-Ayden Hare[3]; 3. 4B-Brandt Twitty[5]; 4. 24G-Greyson Springer[9]; 5. 5-Bradley Huish[6]; 6. 28-Garrett Bias[4]; 7. 07Z-Zak Gorski[12]; 8. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[13]; 9. 51G-Grant Schaadt[14]; 10. 5A-Ava Gropp[8]; 11. 7P-Dylan Ramey[10]; 12. 9-Bryce Comer[11]; 13. 12G-Gage Robb[1]; 14. 99K-Seth Stenzel[7]

Race 209 - C4 (10 Laps): 1. 5K-Gavan Boschele[2]; 2. 3W-Chris Cochran[1]; 3. 11X-Brent Crews[4]; 4. 25S-Justis Sokol[5]; 5. 87-Reed Whitney[6]; 6. 3-Cole Schroeder[3]; 7. 2X-Jadyn Friesen[7]; 8. 17F-Santino Ferrucci[11]; 9. 21P-Case Piper[9]; 10. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[13]; 11. 44P-Jeffery Pahule[12]; 12. 15-Jase Randolph[10]; 13. 78B-Lane Burnett[8]; 14. 29C-Connor Borah[14]

Race 210 - C5 (10 Laps): 1. 22-Curtis Jones[3]; 2. 11C-Darren Brown[7]; 3. 28M-Mick Gile Jr[5]; 4. 08-Peter Smith[4]; 5. 55C-Trevor Cline[11]; 6. 26M-Gavin Miller[10]; 7. 17L-Billy Lawless[6]; 8. 62-Rachel Zabawa[2]; 9. 10S-Scout Spraggins[12]; 10. 112-Jack Kassik[8]; 11. J5-Johnny Burge[9]; 12. (DNF) 5S-Gunnar Setser[1]; 13. (DNF) 74-Robby Brockman[13]; 14. (DNS) 18K-Brayden Kongdara

Race 211 - C6 (10 Laps): 1. 14B-Ethan Burdett[2]; 2. 26P-Preston Lattomus[4]; 3. 151-Joe B Miller[7]; 4. 52H-Hayden Mabe[3]; 5. 16F-Matthew Francis[1]; 6. 51B-Kyle Busch[8]; 7. 8S-Austin Stone[11]; 8. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[10]; 9. 31W-Brain McClelland[6]; 10. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[12]; 11. 54-Trey Gropp[5]; 12. 05-Joshua Spatola[13]; 13. 48T-Tanner Holm[14]; 14. 31-Chad Lobb[9]

Race 212 - C7 (10 Laps): 1. 1E-Eric Braundmeier[1]; 2. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[5]; 3. 2-Travis Sullivan[2]; 4. 95A-Eli Adams[4]; 5. 26C-Chase McDermand[6]; 6. 9L-Hunter Lane[9]; 7. 2C-Chase Porter[10]; 8. 6C-Trevor Casey[11]; 9. 49B-Joel Smith[7]; 10. 9M-Keith McIntyre Jr[12]; 11. 5E-Bobby Chapa[13]; 12. 12-Frank Galusha[8]; 13. (DNF) 66B-Broedy Graham[3]; 14. (DNS) 11G-Avery Goodman

Race 213 - C8 (10 Laps): 1. 12K-Dylan Kadous[1]; 2. 24P-Ryker Pace[2]; 3. 77S-Logan Seavey[5]; 4. 99M-Mason Seubert[8]; 5. 21L-Quinton Benson[3]; 6. 570-Prestyn Brown[6]; 7. C71-Carter Jensrud[10]; 8. 131-Dusty Young[12]; 9. 007-Cody Carter[13]; 10. 7F-Ryan Frantz[4]; 11. 33M-Ryan Mueller[11]; 12. 19-Tomas Partington[9]; 13. 8P-Caleb Pence[7]; 14. (DNS) 3J-Cale Coons

Qualifiers (Top 16 in combined passing points from Heats & Qualifiers advance to Saturday night's A Main)

Race 262 - Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[1]; 2. 08C-Cannon McIntosh[5]; 3. 7X-Kaden Smith[7]; 4. 14R-Jake Nail[3]; 5. 51T-Kevin Thomas Jr[4]; 6. 74X-Xavier Doney[9]; 7. 138-Karson Battarbee[10]; 8. 21$-Cash Lovenburg[6]; 9. 12T-Jason Tyer[11]; 10. 35G-Gaige Weldon[8]; 11. 17-Quinn Jones[2]; 12. 39H-Colton Hardy[12]; 13. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[14]; 14. 5N-Reece Shelton[13]

Race 263 - Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 8J-Jonathan Beason[1]; 2. 73-Jason McDougal[4]; 3. 71-Tim Buckwalter[5]; 4. 98D-Mason Daugherty[3]; 5. 36J-Kyle Jones[11]; 6. 15N-Neal Allison[2]; 7. 38S-Tim Snelling[6]; 8. J37-Jovi Duffy[8]; 9. 36R-Kevin Reed[13]; 10. 92S-Justin Simpson[10]; 11. 9H-Kaden Holm[14]; 12. 14J-Eric Jennings[9]; 13. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[12]; 14. 12C-Chase Spicola[7]

Race 264 - Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 11K-Shawn Mahaffey[3]; 2. 8A-TJ Smith[11]; 3. 01-Weldon Buford[1]; 4. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[7]; 5. 26K-Kale Drake[9]; 6. 2L-Austin Lambert[13]; 7. 21H-Kameron Key[12]; 8. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[2]; 9. 20Q-Brecken Reese[14]; 10. 23C-Josh Castro[5]; 11. 19S-Sam Johnson[8]; 12. 00T-Cole Tinsley[6]; 13. (DNF) 2J-Daison Pursley[4]; 14. (DNF) 11J-Jett Hays[10]

Race 265 - Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 22Z-Jaxon Bishop[3]; 2. 25A-Anton Hernandez[9]; 3. 47B-Emerson Axsom[11]; 4. 89-Jace Park[13]; 5. 16S-Seth Shebester[12]; 6. 49A-Aiden Price[14]; 7. 22M-Sammy McNabb[5]; 8. 94-Hayden Wise[10]; 9. 1C-Connor Lee[1]; 10. 17S-Baron Silva[8]; 11. 12J-Jeffrey Newell[4]; 12. (DNF) 80N-Shawn Jones[2]; 13. (DNF) 77-Preston Norbury[6]; 14. (DNF) 87C-Brenham Crouch[7]

Race 266 - Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 02-Ashton Torgerson[1]; 2. 59M-Brody Mclaughlin[3]; 3. 6W-Colin White[4]; 4. 12R-Trey Robb[5]; 5. 32-Trey Marcham[11]; 6. 73B-Braden Chiaramonte[6]; 7. 4Y-Jett Yantis[7]; 8. 86-Zach Wigal[13]; 9. 13-Elijah Gile[9]; 10. 1V-Johnny Boland[2]; 11. 13T-Caiden Mitchell[12]; 12. 49-Cameron La Rose[10]; 13. (DNF) 77R-Robbie Smith[8]; 14. (DNS) 57T-Kyle Thompson

Race 267 - Qualifier 6 (10 Laps): 1. 24S-Colby Sokol[1]; 2. 110-Karter Battarbee[3]; 3. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[5]; 4. 81X-Frank Flud[13]; 5. 10C-Matt Carr[2]; 6. 101-Brock Berreth[10]; 7. 68-Landon Ellis[7]; 8. 122-Lane Warner[8]; 9. 3Z-Trey Zorn[12]; 10. 14C-Connor Gross[4]; 11. 3E-Drake Edwards[11]; 12. 41-Logan Rumsey[6]; 13. 11M-Lawrence Mann Jr[14]; 14. (DNF) 32L-Brian Lunsford[9]

Race 268 - Qualifier 7 (10 Laps): 1. 71J-Jaxton Wiggs[1]; 2. R7-Kyle Spence[8]; 3. 36T-Jake Neuman[4]; 4. 24A-KJ Snow[3]; 5. 54X-Maverick Myrick[2]; 6. 51F-Gary Taylor[5]; 7. 29A-Tanner Thorson[11]; 8. 87X-Chance Crum[14]; 9. 14T-Tyler Walton[10]; 10. 91K-Kevin Bayer[7]; 11. 83-Brant Woods[9]; 12. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[13]; 13. 66-Jayden Clay[12]; 14. (DNF) 23-Alec Quiggle[6]

Race 269 - Qualifier 8 (10 Laps): 1. 95-Paige Moss[1]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[2]; 3. 67-JJ Loss[3]; 4. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[5]; 5. 39-Russ Disinger[6]; 6. 3C-Collin Mitchell[10]; 7. 14-Blake Battles[12]; 8. 08J-Jace McIntosh[4]; 9. 7T-Logan Trevino[7]; 10. 35-Carsen Perkins[9]; 11. 82S-Austin Sanders[11]; 12. 55B-Jett Barnes[8]; 13. 28C-Carson Brown[14]; 14. 0-Connor Wolf[13]

A-Class

Top 112 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 8 Qualifying Races

Race 80 (8 Laps): 1. 138-Karson Battarbee[2]; 2. 99D-Bryant Dawson[1]; 3. 38-Riley Osantowski[4]; 4. 319-Haidyn Hansen[6]; 5. 94L-Gage Laney[9]; 6. 1F-Jason Friesen[8]; 7. 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[7]; 8. 20K-Skyler Keeney[5]; 9. 24G-Greyson Springer[3]; 10. (DNS) 17H-Henry Chambers

Race 81 (8 Laps): 1. 39-Russ Disinger[2]; 2. 41-Logan Rumsey[4]; 3. 7X-Kaden Smith[5]; 4. 11H-Nicholas Harris[1]; 5. 75M-Buddy Mullens[7]; 6. 1H-Jett Nunley[6]; 7. 94-Hayden Wise[8]; 8. 24R-Ryder Wells[10]; 9. 00S-TJ Stark[3]; 10. 51-Joshua Huish[9]

Race 82 (8 Laps): 1. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[1]; 2. 66B-Broedy Graham[3]; 3. 2B-Garrett Benson[6]; 4. 35G-Gaige Weldon[8]; 5. 10G-Scout Spraggins[5]; 6. 49A-Aiden Price[7]; 7. 7A-Aaron Jesina[4]; 8. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[10]; 9. 37X-Xander Dundon[2]; 10. 99-Brett Osborn[9]

Race 83 (8 Laps): 1. 49X-Ace Moore[3]; 2. 4H-Harley Hollan[6]; 3. 15N-Neal Allison[2]; 4. 27E-Ethan Wicker[10]; 5. 83W-Shane Weeks[8]; 6. 19J-Justin Robison[1]; 7. 3D-Trent Dixon[9]; 8. 7F-Nolan Bartley[4]; 9. 5B-Cade Bierman[5]; 10. 59X-Richie Harvey[7]

Race 84 (8 Laps): 1. 11G-Avery Goodman[4]; 2. 24C-Cale Lagroon[2]; 3. 95A-Eli Adams[1]; 4. 4B-Brandt Twitty[9]; 5. 8B-Dustin Bottoms[6]; 6. 23X-Rhea Lynn Moss[5]; 7. 18W-Wyatt Bruce[3]; 8. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[8]; 9. (DNF) 21H-Levi Hinck[7]; 10. (DNS) U2-Ryan Cotney

Race 85 (8 Laps): 1. 4C-Cole McDaniel[1]; 2. 4X-Teagen Moles[5]; 3. C71-Carter Jensrud[4]; 4. 10S-Shane Stewart[10]; 5. 87-Reed Whitney[7]; 6. 12M-Shawn Marquez Jr[3]; 7. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[9]; 8. 25J-Delaney Jost[8]; 9. 18G-Leonard Scheumack[2]; 10. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[6]

Race 86 (8 Laps): 1. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[4]; 2. 99K-Seth Stenzel[2]; 3. 23-Alec Quiggle[6]; 4. 80-Cody Caldwell[1]; 5. 02-Ashton Torgerson[7]; 6. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[10]; 7. 18T-Lexa Turner[8]; 8. 114-Sawyer Kiner[5]; 9. 22T-Thomas Byford[3]; 10. 9A-Luke Lane[9]

Race 87 (8 Laps): 1. 10A-Emerson Axsom[7]; 2. 13L-Jack Lobin[3]; 3. 1V-Johnny Boland[9]; 4. 67-JJ Loss[8]; 5. 76-Maverick Elkins[10]; 6. 22X-Riley Goodno[5]; 7. 1T-Taylor Whitefield[2]; 8. 671-Waylon Phillips[6]; 9. 31B-Braxton Weger[1]; 10. 71A-Anthony Rea[4]

Race 88 (8 Laps): 1. 21X-Carson Bolden[1]; 2. 26K-Kale Drake[3]; 3. 72-Alex Karpowicz[4]; 4. 77K-Kyle Fernandez[5]; 5. 43-Parker Perry[10]; 6. 12U-tyler davenport[6]; 7. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[2]; 8. 4S-Spencer Hill[9]; 9. 31-Chad Lobb[7]; 10. (DNF) 30X-John Crowder[8]

Race 89 (8 Laps): 1. 23M-Garrett Massey[1]; 2. 24A-KJ Snow[4]; 3. 20G-Noah Gass[2]; 4. 1C-Connor Lee[6]; 5. 66J-Holden Jennings[3]; 6. 12R-Trey Robb[10]; 7. 14C-Connor Gross[9]; 8. 61C-Chris Parmley[5]; 9. 28C-Carson Brown[8]; 10. (DNF) 9C-Cade Cowles[7]

Race 90 (8 Laps): 1. 71-Tim Buckwalter[3]; 2. 89-Jace Park[9]; 3. 14-Blake Battles[2]; 4. 5G-Landon Graham[1]; 5. 29K-Levi Kuntz[6]; 6. 9B-Casey Bauman[10]; 7. 99M-Mason Seubert[8]; 8. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[4]; 9. 5T-Tommy Velasquez III[7]; 10. 40G-Jason Gariss[5]

Race 91 (8 Laps): 1. 21A-Kainan Baker[1]; 2. 51G-Grant Schaadt[2]; 3. 21B-Justin Bates[3]; 4. 39H-Colton Hardy[8]; 5. 56-Michael Hubert[4]; 6. 17C-Christian Galicia[5]; 7. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[9]; 8. A51-Jason Trosper[7]; 9. 7S-Kanon Posey[10]; 10. 97M-Scotty Milan[6]

Race 92 (8 Laps): 1. 01J-Mitchel Moles[1]; 2. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[2]; 3. 91-Ryan Mueller[3]; 4. 44K-Cory Kelley[5]; 5. 61-Kenny Koelsch[7]; 6. 3E-Drake Edwards[8]; 7. 78C-Chance Cody[4]; 8. 11A-Jaden Alexander[6]; 9. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[9]; 10. 44-Anthony Sunde[10]

Race 93 (8 Laps): 1. 59M-Brody Mclaughlin[2]; 2. 15-Jase Randolph[3]; 3. 62-Rachel Zabawa[4]; 4. 2A-Austin Wood[7]; 5. 297-Dillon Berglan[8]; 6. 14D-Tylen Trammel[9]; 7. 7C-Phillip Cordova[6]; 8. (DNF) 5A-Ava Gropp[1]; 9. (DNF) 111-Mark Reynolds[5]; 10. (DQ) 29-Blake Scott[10]

Race 94 (8 Laps): 1. 30-Jacob Barton[1]; 2. 94C-Craig Ronk[2]; 3. 5R-Chase Rodgers[3]; 4. 58-Carl Lebo[7]; 5. 55X-Lucas Mauldin[6]; 6. 9M-Keith McIntyre Jr[9]; 7. 71J-Jaxton Wiggs[10]; 8. 97-Damian Norbury[4]; 9. 69U-Robert Burnett[5]; 10. (DNF) 77-Preston Norbury[8]

Race 95 (8 Laps): 1. 8P-Caleb Pence[1]; 2. 53X-Daniel Robinson[5]; 3. 24S-Colby Sokol[2]; 4. 15J-Joe Bob Lee[4]; 5. 73B-Braden Chiaramonte[6]; 6. 126-Autumn Criste[3]; 7. 82-Robert Randolph[9]; 8. 22H-Hank Soares[7]; 9. 33L-Laike Imm[8]; 10. 10R-Ray Brewer[10]

Race 96 (8 Laps): 1. 11K-Shawn Mahaffey[1]; 2. 86-Zach Wigal[7]; 3. 54X-Maverick Myrick[8]; 4. 14A-Pat Kelly[3]; 5. 11C-Darren Brown[6]; 6. 75-Mal Mullens[2]; 7. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[4]; 8. 08S-Stefan Sidur[9]; 9. 1B-Brian Bennett[5]; 10. (DNF) 27Q-Kaden Weger[10]

Race 97 (8 Laps): 1. 20Q-Brecken Reese[3]; 2. 5E-Bobby Chapa[1]; 3. 26M-Gavin Miller[6]; 4. 151-Joe B Miller[8]; 5. 74-Robby Brockman[4]; 6. 08C-Cannon McIntosh[5]; 7. 5N-Reece Shelton[7]; 8. 27-Jace Alvarez[9]; 9. 18-Aidan Leingang[2]; 10. 79-Bryson Turner[10]

Race 98 (8 Laps): 1. 21$-Cash Lovenburg[1]; 2. 19E-Edward Hartley III[2]; 3. 101-Brock Berreth[4]; 4. 00T-Cole Tinsley[5]; 5. 5-Bradley Huish[8]; 6. 5X-Axton Romero[6]; 7. 54K-Kinser Endicott[10]; 8. 81-Dekota Gay[3]; 9. 9-Bryce Comer[9]; 10. 3B-Caleb Burge[7]

Race 99 (8 Laps): 1. 14R-Jake Nail[4]; 2. 6B-Blake Parmley[1]; 3. 13-Elijah Gile[5]; 4. 7P-Dylan Ramey[3]; 5. 16F-Matthew Francis[8]; 6. 74T-Tommy Thompson[6]; 7. 45D-Seth Duty[9]; 8. (DNF) 54-Trey Gropp[7]; 9. (DNF) 13C-William Conner[2]; 10. (DNS) 29C-Connor Borah

Race 100 (8 Laps): 1. 83X-Jett Hays[3]; 2. 20H-John Hull[1]; 3. 3J-Cale Coons[7]; 4. 22-Curtis Jones[5]; 5. 29X-Mason Daugherty[4]; 6. 43T-Jack Thomas[9]; 7. 23L-Tyler LaPointe[10]; 8. 97B-Donnie Burrows[2]; 9. 9K-Kieran Casillas[6]; 10. 53-Graham Hamilton[8]

Race 101 (8 Laps): 1. 21J-Kameron Key[2]; 2. 6W-Colin White[4]; 3. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[3]; 4. 29S-Shawn Bloomquist[7]; 5. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[8]; 6. 42A-Ashley Afdahl[1]; 7. 727-Shawn McKinney[6]; 8. 75T-Tyler Johnson[9]; 9. (DNF) 12G-Gage Robb[5]; 10. (DNS) 19S-Sam Johnson

Race 102 (8 Laps): 1. 2X-Jadyn Friesen[3]; 2. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[5]; 3. 22Z-Jaxon Bishop[8]; 4. 13Z-Chris Counter[9]; 5. 16-Darrius Myers[7]; 6. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[6]; 7. 21-Bruce Comer[1]; 8. (DNF) 22M-Sammy McNabb[10]; 9. (DNF) 72D-Derrick Black[2]; 10. (DNF) 33-Cruz Dickerson[4]

Race 103 (8 Laps): 1. 19-Tomas Partington[1]; 2. 48K-Darin Naida[4]; 3. 71K-Daison Pursley[5]; 4. 9T-Christopher Townsend[3]; 5. 17J-Jacob Johnston[6]; 6. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[10]; 7. 95-Paige Moss[9]; 8. 33X-Evan Harvey[8]; 9. 14K-Landon Muehlberger[2]; 10. 81G-Giancarlo Ramessar[7]

Race 104 (8 Laps): 1. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[3]; 2. 88X-Cody Christensen[8]; 3. 08-Peter Smith[1]; 4. 13T-Caiden Mitchell[5]; 5. 16S-Seth Shebester[9]; 6. 02C-Cale McGee[2]; 7. 85J-Logan Julien[7]; 8. 11D-Dominic White[6]; 9. 70-Dwight Green[4]; 10. (DNF) 15H-Jace Hale[10]

Race 105 (8 Laps): 1. 24-JW Henderson[2]; 2. 28H-Chelby Hinton[5]; 3. 83-Brant Woods[1]; 4. 3-Cole Schroeder[7]; 5. 2-Travis Sullivan[3]; 6. 73-Jason McDougal[8]; 7. 82S-Austin Sanders[10]; 8. 122-Lane Warner[9]; 9. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[6]; 10. 16B-Brady Amos[4]

Race 106 (8 Laps): 1. 49-Cameron La Rose[1]; 2. 52J-Conner Long[2]; 3. 10X-Bradyn Warren[3]; 4. 10T-Taylor Morgan[5]; 5. 2E-Eric Botelho[10]; 6. 69-Devin Crawley[7]; 7. 55T-McKenna Haase[6]; 8. 24P-Ryker Pace[9]; 9. 27W-Shawn Wicker[8]; 10. 28S-Daniel Smith[4]

Race 107 (8 Laps): 1. 11L-Laydon Pearson[1]; 2. 51X-Dalton Parreira[4]; 3. 24F-Connor Wolf[3]; 4. 3T-Trevor McIntire[9]; 5. 08J-Jace McIntosh[7]; 6. 12C-Chase Spicola[6]; 7. 18D-Devon Debrick[2]; 8. 11-Harrison Robards[5]; 9. 6X-Mark Martin[8]; 10. (DNS) 18F-Steve Finn

Race 108 (8 Laps): 1. 88W-Eric Wright[1]; 2. 51K-Caleb Martin[3]; 3. 77R-Robbie Smith[8]; 4. 15S-TJ Smith[6]; 5. 17S-Baron Silva[2]; 6. 96-Jayson Campbell[7]; 7. 14T-Tyler Walton[5]; 8. 15M-Collin Mitchell[9]; 9. 23B-Beckham Malone[4]; 10. 9D-Degan Lelsz[10]

Race 109 (8 Laps): 1. 66C-Carsen Perkins[1]; 2. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[2]; 3. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[4]; 4. 97L-Connor Lundy[3]; 5. 88J-Joey Amantea[8]; 6. 5S-Gunnar Setser[9]; 7. 12B-Brandon Boggs[7]; 8. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[5]; 9. 98-James Roselli[6]; 10. 7G-Ollie Geiger[10]

Race 110 (8 Laps): 1. 4Y-Jett Yantis[1]; 2. 10K-Koda Oller[2]; 3. 3R-Hunter Rhoades[3]; 4. 10-Patrick Lundy[4]; 5. 55C-Trevor Cline[9]; 6. 17F-Santino Ferrucci[8]; 7. 77E-Cole Esgar[6]; 8. 66-Jayden Clay[10]; 9. 49S-Mike Snelling[7]; 10. 14H-Harley Whatley[5]

Race 111 (8 Laps): 1. 57-Kyle Chady[1]; 2. 21P-Case Piper[3]; 3. 45M-Megan Thomas[4]; 4. 5K-Gavan Boschele[7]; 5. 36T-Jake Neuman[6]; 6. 88-Austin Torgerson[8]; 7. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[10]; 8. 8S-Landyn Snider[2]; 9. 21K-Keegan Osantowski[9]; 10. 14M-Mike Austin[5]

Race 112 (8 Laps): 1. 15C-Brody Brown[1]; 2. 3Z-Trey Zorn[4]; 3. 93C-Matt Carr[5]; 4. 87C-Brenham Crouch[2]; 5. 29L-Jackson Lauderbaugh[3]; 6. 14B-Ethan Burdett[9]; 7. 05-Joshua Spatola[6]; 8. 57T-Kyle Thompson[10]; 9. 570-Prestyn Brown[7]; 10. 3S-Will Scribner[8]

Race 113 (8 Laps): 1. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[1]; 2. 2K-Kooper Kelly[2]; 3. 73X-Wyatt Miller[8]; 4. 55B-Jett Barnes[6]; 5. 49Z-Zak Moore[9]; 6. 787-Brody Wake[3]; 7. 36S-Darren Stewart[5]; 8. 26C-Chase McDermand[4]; 9. 21G-Garth Kasiner[7]

Race 114 (8 Laps): 1. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[4]; 2. 24T-Glenn James Bratti[1]; 3. 20-Kyle Spence[8]; 4. 36B-Cole Bodine[3]; 5. 57L-Jacob Lucas[5]; 6. 10P-Brian Potter[6]; 7. 23C-Josh Castro[9]; 8. 26P-Preston Lattomus[2]; 9. 99X-Trey Gibbs[7]

Race 115 (8 Laps): 1. 36K-Kris Carroll[8]; 2. 14F-Bobby Wofford Jr[1]; 3. 4N-Ryan Winter[4]; 4. 91K-Kevin Bayer[6]; 5. 68-Landon Ellis[9]; 6. 6C-Trevor Casey[3]; 7. 191-Bash Ferguson[2]; 8. 29D-Dylan Menditto[7]; 9. 45-Bradley Cox[5]

Race 116 (8 Laps): 1. 7J-Michael Faccinto[2]; 2. 52H-Hayden Mabe[1]; 3. 88R-Ryder Laplante[5]; 4. 1-Kortland Stephens[3]; 5. 17A-Austin Barnhill[7]; 6. 36R-Kevin Reed[8]; 7. 38S-Tim Snelling[6]; 8. 84S-Sean Cleavland[9]; 9. 6T-Robert Tidaback[4]

Race 117 (8 Laps): 1. 18K-Brayden Kongdara[4]; 2. 81X-Frank Flud[6]; 3. 8J-Jonathan Beason[3]; 4. 10B-Braden Pfeiffer[9]; 5. 110-Karter Battarbee[2]; 6. 21C-Carter Holt[7]; 7. 8-Coleten Agee[8]; 8. 97T-Matt Taylor[1]; 9. 7-Quinn Thurein[5]

E-Features (Top 2 to corresponding D-Feature)

Race 214 - E1 (8 Laps): 1. 5T-Tommy Velasquez III[2]; 2. 7-Quinn Thurein[4]; 3. 97M-Scotty Milan[8]; 4. 70-Dwight Green[5]; 5. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[3]; 6. 77-Preston Norbury[9]; 7. 33L-Laike Imm[1]; 8. 22T-Thomas Byford[6]; 9. 72D-Derrick Black[7]

Race 215 - E2 (8 Laps): 1. 98-James Roselli[3]; 2. 27W-Shawn Wicker[1]; 3. 23B-Beckham Malone[5]; 4. 18F-Steve Finn[7]; 5. 49S-Mike Snelling[2]; 6. 30X-John Crowder[6]; 7. 44-Anthony Sunde[4]; 8. (DNS) 14K-Landon Muehlberger; 9. (DNS) 40G-Jason Gariss

Race 216 - E3 (8 Laps): 1. 570-Prestyn Brown[1]; 2. 59X-Richie Harvey[6]; 3. 14H-Harley Whatley[7]; 4. 10R-Ray Brewer[3]; 5. 53-Graham Hamilton[5]; 6. 5B-Cade Bierman[2]; 7. 6T-Robert Tidaback[4]; 8. (DNS) 6X-Mark Martin; 9. (DNS) 17H-Henry Chambers

Race 217 - E4 (8 Laps): 1. 21G-Garth Kasiner[2]; 2. 97B-Donnie Burrows[1]; 3. 111-Mark Reynolds[3]; 4. (DNF) 3S-Will Scribner[5]; 5. (DNF) 27Q-Kaden Weger[4]; 6. (DNS) 51-Joshua Huish; 7. (DNS) 9C-Cade Cowles; 8. (DNS) 14M-Mike Austin; 9. (DNS) U2-Ryan Cotney

Race 218 - E5 (8 Laps): 1. 99-Brett Osborn[5]; 2. 8S-Landyn Snider[1]; 3. 3B-Caleb Burge[7]; 4. 29C-Connor Borah[9]; 5. 99X-Trey Gibbs[2]; 6. 79-Bryson Turner[4]; 7. 37X-Xander Dundon[6]; 8. 71A-Anthony Rea[8]; 9. 69U-Robert Burnett[3]

Race 219 - E6 (8 Laps): 1. 26P-Preston Lattomus[1]; 2. 5A-Ava Gropp[2]; 3. 33-Cruz Dickerson[6]; 4. 15H-Jace Hale[3]; 5. 18G-Leonard Scheumack[4]; 6. 81G-Giancarlo Ramessar[5]; 7. (DNS) 1B-Brian Bennett; 8. (DNS) 9A-Luke Lane; 9. (DNS) 19S-Sam Johnson

Race 220 - E7 (8 Laps): 1. 21H-Levi Hinck[1]; 2. 18-Aidan Leingang[3]; 3. 16B-Brady Amos[5]; 4. 31B-Braxton Weger[4]; 5. 9D-Degan Lelsz[2]; 6. (DNS) 97T-Matt Taylor; 7. (DNS) 12G-Gage Robb; 8. (DNS) 24G-Greyson Springer

Race 221 - E8 (8 Laps): 1. 9K-Kieran Casillas[2]; 2. 45-Bradley Cox[3]; 3. 13C-William Conner[6]; 4. 31-Chad Lobb[1]; 5. 00S-TJ Stark[5]; 6. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[7]; 7. 28S-Daniel Smith[8]; 8. 7G-Ollie Geiger[4]

D-Features (Top 2 to corresponding C-Feature)

Race 222 - D1 (10 Laps): 1. 66J-Holden Jennings[1]; 2. 122-Lane Warner[8]; 3. 12C-Chase Spicola[3]; 4. 99M-Mason Seubert[4]; 5. 95-Paige Moss[2]; 6. 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[6]; 7. 55T-McKenna Haase[7]; 8. 5T-Tommy Velasquez III[13]; 9. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[9]; 10. 66-Jayden Clay[5]; 11. 7-Quinn Thurein[14]; 12. 191-Bash Ferguson[10]; 13. 11D-Dominic White[11]; 14. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[12]

Race 223 - D2 (10 Laps): 1. 2-Travis Sullivan[1]; 2. 77E-Cole Esgar[3]; 3. 23C-Josh Castro[2]; 4. 24P-Ryker Pace[4]; 5. 18W-Wyatt Bruce[5]; 6. 98-James Roselli[9]; 7. 27W-Shawn Wicker[10]; 8. A51-Jason Trosper[6]; 9. 20K-Skyler Keeney[7]; 10. 97-Damian Norbury[8]; 11. (DNS) 10P-Brian Potter; 12. (DNS) 71J-Jaxton Wiggs; 13. (DNS) 57T-Kyle Thompson; 14. (DNS) 5N-Reece Shelton

Race 224 - D3 (10 Laps): 1. 15M-Collin Mitchell[8]; 2. 17S-Baron Silva[2]; 3. 23X-Rhea Lynn Moss[3]; 4. 29L-Jackson Lauderbaugh[1]; 5. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[9]; 6. 05-Joshua Spatola[7]; 7. 12M-Shawn Marquez Jr[5]; 8. 570-Prestyn Brown[13]; 9. 85J-Logan Julien[6]; 10. 22H-Hank Soares[10]; 11. 114-Sawyer Kiner[11]; 12. 45D-Seth Duty[4]; 13. 59X-Richie Harvey[12]; 14. (DNS) 26C-Chase McDermand

Race 225 - D4 (10 Laps): 1. 22X-Riley Goodno[2]; 2. 12B-Brandon Boggs[5]; 3. 38S-Tim Snelling[6]; 4. 21G-Garth Kasiner[10]; 5. 3D-Trent Dixon[1]; 6. 97B-Donnie Burrows[11]; 7. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[9]; 8. 126-Autumn Criste[4]; 9. 8-Coleten Agee[3]; 10. 84S-Sean Cleavland[7]; 11. 25J-Delaney Jost[8]; 12. (DNS) 110-Karter Battarbee; 13. (DNS) 54-Trey Gropp; 14. (DNS) 61C-Chris Parmley

Race 226 - D5 (10 Laps): 1. 17C-Christian Galicia[1]; 2. 8S-Landyn Snider[12]; 3. 4S-Spencer Hill[5]; 4. 9-Bryce Comer[10]; 5. 33X-Evan Harvey[7]; 6. 1H-Jett Nunley[2]; 7. 11-Harrison Robards[9]; 8. 787-Brody Wake[3]; 9. 19J-Justin Robison[6]; 10. 29D-Dylan Menditto[8]; 11. 74T-Tommy Thompson[4]; 12. 99-Brett Osborn[11]; 13. (DNS) 14T-Tyler Walton; 14. (DNS) 21T-Tommy Kunsman

Race 227 - D6 (10 Laps): 1. 08C-Cannon McIntosh[3]; 2. 12U-Tyler Davenport[2]; 3. 08S-Stefan Sidur[7]; 4. 24R-Ryder Wells[4]; 5. 36S-Darren Stewart[8]; 6. 6C-Trevor Casey[5]; 7. 14C-Connor Gross[1]; 8. 7S-Kanon Posey[10]; 9. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[11]; 10. 1T-Taylor Whitefield[9]; 11. 26P-Preston Lattomus[13]; 12. 5A-Ava Gropp[14]; 13. 42A-Ashley Afdahl[6]; 14. 21K-Keegan Osantowski[12]

Race 228 - D7 (10 Laps): 1. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[1]; 2. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[4]; 3. 5X-Axton Romero[2]; 4. 7C-Phillip Cordova[6]; 5. 94-Hayden Wise[3]; 6. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[9]; 7. 75-Mal Mullens[5]; 8. 7A-Aaron Jesina[8]; 9. 18-Aidan Leingang[14]; 10. 81-Dekota Gay[12]; 11. 21H-Levi Hinck[13]; 12. 7F-Nolan Bartley[11]; 13. 27-Jace Alvarez[7]; 14. 21-Bruce Comer[10]

Race 229 - D8 (10 Laps): 1. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[2]; 2. 82-Robert Randolph[1]; 3. 22M-Sammy McNabb[4]; 4. 18T-Lexa Turner[3]; 5. 671-Waylon Phillips[11]; 6. 75T-Tyler Johnson[7]; 7. 28C-Carson Brown[12]; 8. 727-Shawn McKinney[6]; 9. 02C-Cale McGee[5]; 10. 78C-Chance Cody[8]; 11. 18D-Devon Debrick[9]; 12. 45-Bradley Cox[14]; 13. 9K-Kieran Casillas[13]; 14. 11A-Jaden Alexander[10]

C-Features (Top 2 to corresponding B-Feature)

Race 230 - C1 (10 Laps): 1. 319-Haidyn Hansen[2]; 2. 38-Riley Osantowski[1]; 3. 1-Kortland Stephens[9]; 4. 297-Dillon Berglan[3]; 5. 61-Kenny Koelsch[7]; 6. 14B-Ethan Burdett[8]; 7. 13T-Caiden Mitchell[6]; 8. 57L-Jacob Lucas[12]; 9. 122-Lane Warner[14]; 10. 36T-Jake Neuman[10]; 11. 11H-Nicholas Harris[11]; 12. 15N-Neal Allison[5]; 13. 66J-Holden Jennings[13]; 14. 10X-Bradyn Warren[4]

Race 231 - C2 (10 Laps): 1. 67-JJ Loss[2]; 2. 20G-Noah Gass[3]; 3. C71-Carter Jensrud[1]; 4. 16-Darrius Myers[5]; 5. 87C-Brenham Crouch[8]; 6. 10T-Taylor Morgan[4]; 7. 77E-Cole Esgar[12]; 8. 2-Travis Sullivan[11]; 9. 56-Michael Hubert[10]; 10. 80-Cody Caldwell[9]; 11. 8B-Dustin Bottoms[7]; 12. 15J-Joe Bob Lee[6]; 13. (DNS) 5-Bradley Huish; 14. (DNS) 24F-Connor Wolf

Race 232 - C3 (10 Laps): 1. 72-Alex Karpowicz[1]; 2. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[3]; 3. 1C-Connor Lee[2]; 4. 95A-Eli Adams[6]; 5. 3R-Hunter Rhoades[4]; 6. 17S-Baron Silva[12]; 7. 15M-Collin Mitchell[13]; 8. 14-Blake Battles[5]; 9. 29K-Levi Kuntz[9]; 10. 08J-Jace McIntosh[7]; 11. 5G-Landon Graham[11]; 12. 10-Patrick Lundy[8]; 13. 74-Robby Brockman[10]; 14. (DNS) 1F-Jason Friesen

Race 233 - C4 (10 Laps): 1. 15S-TJ Smith[2]; 2. 3E-Drake Edwards[8]; 3. 22X-Riley Goodno[11]; 4. 62-Rachel Zabawa[1]; 5. 24S-Colby Sokol[3]; 6. 14A-Pat Kelly[6]; 7. 55X-Lucas Mauldin[7]; 8. 17A-Austin Barnhill[5]; 9. 12B-Brandon Boggs[12]; 10. 54K-Kinser Endicott[9]; 11. 29X-Mason Daugherty[10]; 12. 08-Peter Smith[4]; 13. (DNS) 8J-Jonathan Beason; 14. (DNS) 88J-Joey Amantea

Race 234 - C5 (10 Laps): 1. 55B-Jett Barnes[2]; 2. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[4]; 3. 83-Brant Woods[6]; 4. 21B-Justin Bates[3]; 5. 14D-Tylen Trammel[7]; 6. 8S-Landyn Snider[11]; 7. 7P-Dylan Ramey[8]; 8. 77K-Kyle Fernandez[5]; 9. (DNF) 17C-Christian Galicia[10]; 10. (DNF) 101-Brock Berreth[1]; 11. (DNS) 73B-Braden Chiaramonte; 12. (DNS) 73-Jason McDougal; 13. (DNS) 49A-Aiden Price

Race 235 - C6 (10 Laps): 1. 91K-Kevin Bayer[2]; 2. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[1]; 3. 91-Ryan Mueller[3]; 4. 75M-Buddy Mullens[4]; 5. 08C-Cannon McIntosh[11]; 6. 9T-Christopher Townsend[6]; 7. 9M-Keith McIntyre Jr[7]; 8. 44K-Cory Kelley[5]; 9. 17F-Santino Ferrucci[8]; 10. 11C-Darren Brown[9]; 11. 12U-Tyler Davenport[12]; 12. 69-Devin Crawley[10]; 13. (DNS) 12R-Trey Robb; 14. (DNS) 82S-Austin Sanders

Race 236 - C7 (10 Laps): 1. 45M-Megan Thomas[1]; 2. 00T-Cole Tinsley[5]; 3. 97L-Connor Lundy[8]; 4. 87-Reed Whitney[6]; 5. 88-Austin Torgerson[10]; 6. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[14]; 7. 43T-Jack Thomas[7]; 8. 96-Jayson Campbell[12]; 9. 16F-Matthew Francis[9]; 10. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[11]; 11. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[13]; 12. 5R-Chase Rodgers[3]; 13. 83W-Shane Weeks[2]; 14. 9B-Casey Bauman[4]

Race 237 - C8 (10 Laps): 1. 76-Maverick Elkins[2]; 2. 4N-Ryan Winter[1]; 3. 02-Ashton Torgerson[6]; 4. 22-Curtis Jones[5]; 5. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[3]; 6. 17J-Jacob Johnston[9]; 7. 5S-Gunnar Setser[7]; 8. 36B-Cole Bodine[8]; 9. 21C-Carter Holt[12]; 10. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[11]; 11. 82-Robert Randolph[13]; 12. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[4]; 13. (DNF) 36R-Kevin Reed[10]; 14. (DNS) 10G-Scout Spraggins

Qualifiers (Top 16 in combined passing points from Heats & Qualifiers advance to Saturday night's A Main)

Race 300 - Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 10S-Shane Stewart[1]; 2. 20-Kyle Spence[2]; 3. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[3]; 4. 36K-Kris Carroll[4]; 5. 23-Alec Quiggle[7]; 6. 66C-Carsen Perkins[9]; 7. 3-Cole Schroeder[12]; 8. 66B-Broedy Graham[10]; 9. 59M-Brody Mclaughlin[5]; 10. 7X-Kaden Smith[11]; 11. 10B-Braden Pfeiffer[6]; 12. 68-Landon Ellis[14]; 13. 52J-Conner Long[13]; 14. 30-Jacob Barton[8]

Race 301 - Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 4X-Teagen Moles[1]; 2. 10A-Emerson Axsom[4]; 3. 26M-Gavin Miller[7]; 4. 49X-Ace Moore[2]; 5. 4Y-Jett Yantis[9]; 6. 14R-Jake Nail[5]; 7. 18K-Brayden Kongdara[3]; 8. 13-Elijah Gile[11]; 9. 41-Logan Rumsey[6]; 10. 5K-Gavan Boschele[12]; 11. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[13]; 12. 13L-Jack Lobin[10]; 13. 99D-Bryant Dawson[14]; 14. 8P-Caleb Pence[8]

Race 302 - Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 71-Tim Buckwalter[2]; 2. 53X-Daniel Robinson[1]; 3. 21J-Kameron Key[5]; 4. 89-Jace Park[4]; 5. 71K-Daison Pursley[9]; 6. 24A-KJ Snow[6]; 7. 4H-Harley Hollan[3]; 8. 26K-Kale Drake[10]; 9. 57-Kyle Chady[7]; 10. 5E-Bobby Chapa[13]; 11. 10K-Koda Oller[11]; 12. 24C-Cale Lagroon[12]; 13. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[8]; 14. (DNS) 11K-Shawn Mahaffey

Race 303 - Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[1]; 2. 88X-Cody Christensen[4]; 3. 81X-Frank Flud[3]; 4. 24-JW Henderson[5]; 5. 21$-Cash Lovenburg[8]; 6. 15-Jase Randolph[10]; 7. 20Q-Brecken Reese[2]; 8. 93C-Matt Carr[11]; 9. 6W-Colin White[6]; 10. 15C-Brody Brown[9]; 11. 6B-Blake Parmley[14]; 12. 2K-Kooper Kelly[13]; 13. 4C-Cole McDaniel[7]; 14. 99K-Seth Stenzel[12]

Race 304 - Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 83X-Jett Hays[2]; 2. 7J-Michael Faccinto[5]; 3. 86-Zach Wigal[4]; 4. 21X-Carson Bolden[7]; 5. 48K-Darin Naida[6]; 6. 51K-Caleb Martin[10]; 7. 88R-Ryder Laplante[11]; 8. 51G-Grant Schaadt[12]; 9. 94L-Gage Laney[13]; 10. 19-Tomas Partington[8]; 11. 20H-John Hull[14]; 12. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[9]; 13. 28H-Chelby Hinton[1]; 14. 54X-Maverick Myrick[3]

Race 305 - Qualifier 6 (10 Laps): 1. 3J-Cale Coons[1]; 2. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[12]; 3. 2X-Jadyn Friesen[2]; 4. 22Z-Jaxon Bishop[3]; 5. 4B-Brandt Twitty[5]; 6. 49-Cameron La Rose[8]; 7. 16S-Seth Shebester[13]; 8. 23M-Garrett Massey[7]; 9. 1V-Johnny Boland[4]; 10. 35G-Gaige Weldon[9]; 11. 21P-Case Piper[10]; 12. 2A-Austin Wood[11]; 13. 24T-Glenn James Bratti[14]; 14. 51X-Dalton Parreira[6]

Race 306 - Qualifier 7 (10 Laps): 1. 11G-Avery Goodman[4]; 2. 138-Karson Battarbee[1]; 3. 77R-Robbie Smith[3]; 4. 39H-Colton Hardy[9]; 5. 11L-Laydon Pearson[8]; 6. 55C-Trevor Cline[13]; 7. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[2]; 8. 94C-Craig Ronk[12]; 9. 21A-Kainan Baker[7]; 10. 3Z-Trey Zorn[6]; 11. 43-Parker Perry[10]; 12. 58-Carl Lebo[11]; 13. 13Z-Chris Counter[5]; 14. 14F-Bobby Wofford Jr[14]

Race 307 - Qualifier 8 (10 Laps): 1. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[4]; 2. 39-Russ Disinger[1]; 3. 73X-Wyatt Miller[3]; 4. 2B-Garrett Benson[6]; 5. 151-Joe B Miller[9]; 6. 3T-Trevor McIntire[5]; 7. 01J-Mitchel Moles[7]; 8. 2E-Eric Botelho[10]; 9. 27E-Ethan Wicker[2]; 10. 88W-Eric Wright[8]; 11. 29S-Shawn Bloomquist[11]; 12. 19E-Edward Hartley III[12]; 13. 49Z-Zak Moore[13]; 14. (DNS) 52H-Hayden Mabe

Stock Non-Wing

Top 112 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 8 Qualifying Races

Race 142 (8 Laps): 1. 26C-Chase McDermand[2]; 2. 08-Peter Smith[10]; 3. 29C-Connor Borah[9]; 4. 86-Zach Wigal[5]; 5. 2-Travis Sullivan[8]; 6. 85J-Logan Julien[6]; 7. 3S-Will Scribner[4]; 8. 97L-Connor Lundy[1]; 9. 30X-John Crowder[3]; 10. 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[7]

Race 143 (8 Laps): 1. 23X-Rhea Lynn Moss[1]; 2. 19J-Justin Robison[2]; 3. 4Y-Jett Yantis[5]; 4. 4B-Brandt Twitty[8]; 5. 18D-Devon Debrick[3]; 6. 9T-Christopher Townsend[10]; 7. 11A-Jaden Alexander[6]; 8. 74T-Tommy Thompson Jr[7]; 9. 44X-Gunner Shroyer[9]; 10. 58-Carl Lebo[4]

Race 144 (8 Laps): 1. 26K-Kale Drake[1]; 2. 138-Karson Battarbee[2]; 3. 29K-Levi Kuntz[4]; 4. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[10]; 5. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[8]; 6. 5S-Gunnar Setser[9]; 7. 14K-Landon Muehlberger[5]; 8. 51X-Dalton Parreira[6]; 9. 5P-Brock Pinkerous[7]; 10. 5E-Bobby Chapa[3]

Race 145 (8 Laps): 1. 5C-Alex Ruppert[1]; 2. 28H-Chelby Hinton[3]; 3. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[5]; 4. 1F-Jason Friesen[4]; 5. 52H-Hayden Mabe[6]; 6. 96-Jayson Campbell[8]; 7. 17S-Baron Silva[7]; 8. 97B-Donnie Burrows[10]; 9. (DNF) 1B-Brian Bennett[2]; 10. (DNF) 6X-Mark Martin[9]

Race 146 (8 Laps): 1. 77R-Robbie Smith[1]; 2. 26M-Gavin Miller[5]; 3. 21G-Garth Kasiner[2]; 4. 93C-Matt Carr[7]; 5. 36S-Darren Stewart[3]; 6. 22-Curtis Jones[6]; 7. 8M-Mickey Bullock[4]; 8. 18G-Leonard Scheumack[8]; 9. 99X-Trey Gibbs[9]; 10. (DNS) 75-Mal Mullens

Race 147 (8 Laps): 1. 01J-Mitchel Moles[3]; 2. 67-JJ Loss[2]; 3. 5X-Axton Romero[4]; 4. 38-Riley Osantowski[8]; 5. 49X-Ace Moore[7]; 6. 92B-Eric Bartlett[5]; 7. 33X-Evan Harvey[1]; 8. 92S-Justin Simpson[6]; 9. 23M-Garrett Massey[10]; 10. 84S-Sean Cleavland[9]

Race 148 (8 Laps): 1. 11K-Shawn Mahaffey[4]; 2. 88T-Tony Penick[2]; 3. 56-Michael Hubert[7]; 4. 78J-Joe Askew[1]; 5. 81-Dekota Gay[8]; 6. 94L-Gage Laney[10]; 7. 5R-Chase Rodgers[9]; 8. 172-Greg Reynolds[3]; 9. 6C-Trevor Casey[6]; 10. 21C-Carter Holt[5]

Race 149 (8 Laps): 1. 25A-Anton Hernandez[3]; 2. 15C-Brody Brown[6]; 3. 31W-Brian McClelland[10]; 4. 18K-Brayden Kongdara[9]; 5. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[2]; 6. 74-Robby Brockman[7]; 7. 27-Jace Alvarez[8]; 8. 16-Darrius Myers[1]; 9. 21A-Kainan Baker[4]; 10. (DNF) 29M-Lawrence Mann[5]

Race 150 (8 Laps): 1. 87C-Brenham Crouch[5]; 2. 12G-Gage Robb[1]; 3. 3L-Jimmy Leal[3]; 4. 16F-Matthew Francis[4]; 5. 12C-Chase Spicola[8]; 6. 9M-Keith McIntyre Jr[7]; 7. J5-Johnny Burge[2]; 8. 20T-Tony Morris[6]; 9. (DNS) 11-Brandon Martin; 10. (DNS) 61C-Chris Parmley

Race 151 (8 Laps): 1. 01-Weldon Buford[1]; 2. 15S-TJ Smith[4]; 3. 12M-Shawn Marquez Jr[2]; 4. 57-Kyle Chady[3]; 5. 27Q-Kaden Weger[6]; 6. 9K-Kieran Casillas[5]; 7. 2S-Ryan Saunders[7]; 8. 25J-Delaney Jost[10]; 9. 82-Robert Randolph[9]; 10. 1T-Taylor Whitefield[8]

Race 152 (8 Laps): 1. 11L-Laydon Pearson[8]; 2. 14L-Logan Heath[9]; 3. 570-Prestyn Brown[2]; 4. 44K-Cory Kelley[10]; 5. 24S-Colby Sokol[7]; 6. 6B-Blake Parmley[5]; 7. 37X-Xander Dundon[1]; 8. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[4]; 9. 13L-Jack Lobin[3]; 10. 7P-Dylan Ramey[6]

Race 153 (8 Laps): 1. 24-JW Henderson[2]; 2. 71K-Daison Pursley[6]; 3. 29S-Shawn Bloomquist[4]; 4. 62-Rachel Zabawa[3]; 5. 77E-Cole Esgar[8]; 6. 126-Autumn Criste[5]; 7. 15J-Joe Bob Lee[9]; 8. 77-Preston Norbury[7]; 9. 78C-Chance Cody[1]; 10. 17F-Santino Ferrucci[10]

Race 154 (8 Laps): 1. 33N-Jett Nunley[1]; 2. 71J-Jaxton Wiggs[2]; 3. 8-Coleten Agee[3]; 4. 33W-Rece Wommack[6]; 5. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[10]; 6. 671-Waylon Phillips[5]; 7. 3R-Hunter Rhoades[4]; 8. 111-Mark Reynolds[9]; 9. 08S-Stefen Sidur[8]; 10. 07-Jacob Kirchoff[7]

Race 155 (8 Laps): 1. 68-Landon Ellis[6]; 2. 24A-KJ Snow[3]; 3. 18-Aidan Leingang[4]; 4. 07Z-Zak Gorski[7]; 5. 02C-Cale McGee[5]; 6. 45-Bradley Cox[8]; 7. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[10]; 8. J37-Jovi Duffy[9]; 9. 38H-Levi Henderson[1]; 10. (DNF) 77M-Mikee Brunker[2]

Race 156 (8 Laps): 1. 13-Elijah Gile[1]; 2. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[3]; 3. R7-Kyle Spence[8]; 4. 14-Blake Battles[5]; 5. 73-Jason McDougal[7]; 6. 98-James Roselli[6]; 7. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[2]; 8. 727-Shawn McKinney[9]; 9. M17-Mason Jensrud[4]; 10. (DNS) 97T-Matt Taylor

Race 157 (8 Laps): 1. 16S-Seth Shebester[3]; 2. 21K-Keegan Osantowski[1]; 3. 22Z-Jaxon Bishop[7]; 4. 14J-Eric Jennings[10]; 5. 43-Parker Perry[8]; 6. 84M-Dalten Maust[9]; 7. 72D-Derrick Black[2]; 8. 9$-Eddie Ramsey[6]; 9. 667-Amie Donner[4]; 10. (DNF) 14F-Bobby Wofford Jr[5]

Race 158 (8 Laps): 1. 15-Jase Randolph[4]; 2. 6W-Colin White[3]; 3. 39H-Colton Hardy[6]; 4. 2B-Garrett Benson[8]; 5. 36R-Kevin Reed[9]; 6. 5T-Tommy Velasquez III[10]; 7. 88R-Ryder Laplante[2]; 8. (DNF) 97-Damian Norbury[1]; 9. (DNF) 7J-Michael Faccinto[7]; 10. (DQ) 7S-Kanon Posey[5]

Race 159 (8 Laps): 1. 49-Cameron La Rose[4]; 2. 11G-Avery Goodman[6]; 3. 3Z-Trey Zorn[5]; 4. 98D-Mason Daugherty[1]; 5. 08J-Jace McIntosh[9]; 6. 20-Shon Deskins[8]; 7. 20G-Noah Gass[7]; 8. 45M-Megan Thomas[10]; 9. 20S-Shali Buck[3]; 10. (DNF) 8J-Jonathan Beason[2]

Race 160 (8 Laps): 1. 151-Joe B Miller[4]; 2. 2X-Jadyn Friesen[6]; 3. 20Q-Brecken Reese[8]; 4. 4C-Cole McDaniel[1]; 5. 99D-Bryant Dawson[3]; 6. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[5]; 7. 51K-Caleb Martin[10]; 8. 787-Brody Wake[7]; 9. 27W-Shawn Wicker[9]; 10. (DNF) 26P-Preston Lattomus[2]

Race 161 (8 Laps): 1. 11M-Lawrence Mann Jr[7]; 2. 7C-Phillip Cordova[9]; 3. 12U-Tyler Davenport[4]; 4. 21-Bruce Comer[2]; 5. 28-Garrett Bias[5]; 6. C71-Carter Jensrud[8]; 7. (DNF) 05-Joshua Spatola[1]; 8. (DNF) 57T-Kyle Thompson[6]; 9. (DNF) 14T-Tyler Walton[10]; 10. (DNF) 87-Reed Whitney[3]

Race 162 (8 Laps): 1. 49A-Aiden Price[4]; 2. 19S-Sam Johnson[3]; 3. 41-Logan Rumsey[1]; 4. 24F-Connor Wolf[2]; 5. 12R-Trey Robb[6]; 6. 8S-Austin Stone[7]; 7. 4H-Bob Hentschel[10]; 8. 3B-Caleb Burge[9]; 9. 2A-Austin Wood[8]; 10. 33L-Laike Imm[5]

Race 163 (8 Laps): 1. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[9]; 2. 4X-Teagen Moles[4]; 3. 89-Jace Park[10]; 4. 3E-Drake Edwards[3]; 5. 007-Cody Carter[6]; 6. 83W-Shane Weeks[5]; 7. 10P-Brian Potter[7]; 8. 77B-Randall Boren[8]; 9. 6T-Robert Tidaback[1]; 10. 14P-Page Perrine[2]

Race 164 (8 Laps): 1. 2L-Austin Lambert[1]; 2. 24T-Glenn James Bratti[2]; 3. 14A-Pat Kelly[3]; 4. 480-Cory Green[8]; 5. 31-Chad Lobb[10]; 6. 51-Joshua Huish[9]; 7. 29D-Dylan Menditto[5]; 8. 20H-John Hull[4]; 9. 20K-Skyler Keeney[6]; 10. (DNF) 10X-Bradyn Warren[7]

Race 165 (8 Laps): 1. 101-Brock Berreth[3]; 2. 30-Jacob Barton[2]; 3. 24R-Ryder Wells[9]; 4. 3T-Trevor McIntire[5]; 5. 53X-Daniel Robinson[8]; 6. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[10]; 7. 59X-Richie Harvey[1]; 8. 18F-Steve Finn[4]; 9. 53-Graham Hamilton[7]; 10. 5W-Cody Wiegert[6]

Race 166 (8 Laps): 1. 17B-Quinton Benson[2]; 2. 15N-Neal Allison[3]; 3. 73B-Braden Chiaramonte[6]; 4. 12B-Brandon Boggs[7]; 5. 14M-Mike Austin[5]; 6. 72-Alex Karpowicz[10]; 7. 28B-Robby Bias[1]; 8. 83-Brant Woods[8]; 9. 5B-Cade Bierman[4]; 10. 70-Dwight Green[9]

Race 167 (8 Laps): 1. 71-Tim Buckwalter[1]; 2. 08C-Cannon McIntosh[7]; 3. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[4]; 4. 32L-Brian Lunsford[10]; 5. 21P-Case Piper[3]; 6. 27E-Ethan Wicker[2]; 7. 13X-Chase Howard[6]; 8. 23L-Tyler LaPointe[8]; 9. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[9]; 10. (DNF) 17J-Jacob Johnston[5]

Race 168 (8 Laps): 1. 00T-Cole Tinsley[2]; 2. 5K-Gavan Boschele[10]; 3. 97M-Scotty Milan[6]; 4. 4N-Ryan Winter[7]; 5. 122-Lane Warner[9]; 6. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[5]; 7. A51-Jason Trosper[8]; 8. 23B-Beckham Malone[1]; 9. 38S-Tim Snelling[3]; 10. (DNF) 14H-Harley Whatley[4]

Race 169 (8 Laps): 1. 55B-Jett Barnes[2]; 2. 9B-Casey Bauman[4]; 3. 8X-Josh Marcham[7]; 4. 33K-Kelby Wright[8]; 5. 16B-Brady Amos[5]; 6. 13C-William Conner[6]; 7. 49S-Mike Snelling[10]; 8. (DNF) 7K-Mason Keefer[1]; 9. (DNF) 17T-Talon McConnell[3]; 10. (DNF) 60-Robert Lee[9]

Race 170 (8 Laps): 1. 21$-Cash Lovenburg[1]; 2. 3W-Chris Cochran[7]; 3. 3J-Cale Coons[10]; 4. 17A-Austin Barnhill[3]; 5. 48K-Darin Naida[6]; 6. 55P-Dalton Burley[5]; 7. 10R-Ray Brewer[2]; 8. 10T-Taylor Morgan[9]; 9. (DNF) 75M-Buddy Mullens[4]; 10. (DNF) 69U-Robert Burnett[8]

Race 171 (8 Laps): 1. 36J-Kyle Jones[1]; 2. 11C-Darren Brown[7]; 3. 76-Maverick Elkins[4]; 4. 13T-Caiden Mitchell[8]; 5. 4S-Spencer Hill[3]; 6. 10-Patrick Lundy[5]; 7. 7G-Ollie Geiger[2]; 8. (DNF) 8C-Jake Branham[6]; 9. (DNS) 17H-Henry Chambers; 10. (DNS) 84D-Dave Nicholson

Race 172 (8 Laps): 1. 88J-Joey Amantea[2]; 2. 5G-Landon Graham[1]; 3. 36B-Cole Bodine[7]; 4. 21B-Justin Bates[3]; 5. 1C-Connor Lee[9]; 6. 357-Bryce Redenbaugh[8]; 7. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[10]; 8. 49Z-Zak Moore[5]; 9. (DNF) 9A-Luke Lane[4]; 10. (DNF) 13Z-Chris Counter[6]

Race 173 (8 Laps): 1. 32-Trey Marcham[6]; 2. 81X-Frank Flud[3]; 3. 23-Alec Quiggle[1]; 4. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[8]; 5. 9-Bryce Comer[5]; 6. 75T-Tyler Johnson[4]; 7. 2M-Adam Miller[10]; 8. 54-Trey Gropp[7]; 9. 77C-Cooper Sullivan[2]; 10. (DNF) 6-John Kilmer[9]

Race 174 (8 Laps): 1. 59M-Brody Mclaughlin[1]; 2. 1V-Johnny Boland[10]; 3. 99K-Seth Stenzel[6]; 4. 171-Alex Caldwell[7]; 5. 14C-Connor Gross[9]; 6. 28S-Daniel Smith[8]; 7. 10K-Koda Oller[4]; 8. 18T-Lexa Turner[3]; 9. 22T-Thomas Byford[5]; 10. 67S-Grant Stocker[2]

Race 175 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Paige Moss[1]; 2. 15M-Collin Mitchell[4]; 3. 8P-Caleb Pence[5]; 4. 35G-Gaige Weldon[7]; 5. 54X-Maverick Myrick[9]; 6. 99M-Mason Seubert[2]; 7. 77K-Kyle Fernandez[8]; 8. (DNF) 47-Charlie Henderson[3]; 9. (DNF) 1-Kortland Stephens[6]; 10. (DQ) 29-Blake Scott[10]

Race 176 (8 Laps): 1. 66C-Carsen Perkins[1]; 2. 39-Russ Disinger[2]; 3. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[5]; 4. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[8]; 5. 14R-Jake Nail[9]; 6. 8G-Teddy Bivert[7]; 7. 4-Brent Shoemaker[3]; 8. 44P-Jeffery Pahule[10]; 9. 17X-Robert Harbert[4]; 10. (DNF) 112-Jack Kassik[6]

Race 177 (8 Laps): 1. 297-Dillon Berglan[1]; 2. 02-Ashton Torgerson[8]; 3. 52J-Conner Long[6]; 4. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[4]; 5. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[2]; 6. 23C-Josh Castro[3]; 7. 7X-Kaden Smith[7]; 8. 40G-Jason Gariss[5]; 9. (DNS) U2-Ryan Cotney

Race 178 (8 Laps): 1. 10A-Emerson Axsom[2]; 2. 57L-Jacob Lucas[3]; 3. 9C-Cade Cowles[4]; 4. 10S-Scout Spraggins[1]; 5. 5N-Reece Shelton[5]; 6. 9L-Hunter Lane[9]; 7. 33D-Justin Patocka[7]; 8. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[8]; 9. 66-Jayden Clay[6]

Race 179 (8 Laps): 1. 55C-Trevor Cline[1]; 2. 24P-Ryker Pace[4]; 3. 12T-Jason Tyer[9]; 4. 131-Dusty Young[8]; 5. 18W-Wyatt Bruce[5]; 6. 14B-Ethan Burdett[2]; 7. 14D-Tylen Trammel[3]; 8. 66J-Holden Jennings[6]; 9. (DNF) 5-Bradley Huish[7]

Race 180 (8 Laps): 1. 19E-Edward Hartley III[3]; 2. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[1]; 3. 82S-Austin Sanders[7]; 4. 28C-Carson Brown[9]; 5. 36T-Jake Neuman[6]; 6. 22M-Sammy McNabb[4]; 7. 36K-Kris Carroll[8]; 8. 21M-Kiely Ricardo[5]; 9. 44-Anthony Sunde[2]

Race 181 (8 Laps): 1. 21J-Kameron Key[1]; 2. 24G-Greyson Springer[3]; 3. 36-Hunter Creason[2]; 4. 33-Cruz Dickerson[5]; 5. 93-Luke Lucas[4]; 6. 95A-Eli Adams[7]; 7. 75W-TY Marrel[8]; 8. 94-Hayden Wise[9]; 9. 19-Tomas Partington[6]

Race 182 (8 Laps): 1. 88-Austin Torgerson[5]; 2. 110-Karter Battarbee[1]; 3. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[4]; 4. 17-Quinn Jones[9]; 5. 54K-Kinser Endicott[2]; 6. 17C-Christian Galicia[8]; 7. 11T-Taitum McElvany[7]; 8. 8B-Dustin Bottoms[6]; 9. 191-Bash Ferguson[3]

Race 183 (8 Laps): 1. 83X-Jett Hays[1]; 2. 66B-Broedy Graham[7]; 3. 38T-Jackson Kounkel[3]; 4. 5A-Ava Gropp[2]; 5. 3-Cole Schroeder[4]; 6. 91-Ryan Mueller[8]; 7. 51G-Grant Schaadt[5]; 8. 45D-Seth Duty[6]; 9. 9D-Degan Lelsz[9]

E-Features (Top 2 to corresponding D-Feature)

Race 238 - E1 (8 Laps): 1. 8C-Jake Branham[3]; 2. 5B-Cade Bierman[8]; 3. 26P-Preston Lattomus[13]; 4. 172-Greg Reynolds[5]; 5. 05-Joshua Spatola[2]; 6. 6-John Kilmer[9]; 7. 38H-Levi Henderson[11]; 8. 69U-Robert Burnett[10]; 9. 20H-John Hull[4]; 10. 74T-Tommy Thompson Jr[1]; 11. 1-Kortland Stephens[7]; 12. 33L-Laike Imm[12]; 13. 14F-Bobby Wofford Jr[14]; 14. 97L-Connor Lundy[6]

Race 239 - E2 (8 Laps): 1. 18F-Steve Finn[2]; 2. 16-Darrius Myers[4]; 3. 75M-Buddy Mullens[6]; 4. 66-Jayden Clay[5]; 5. 17J-Jacob Johnston[9]; 6. 14P-Page Perrine[10]; 7. 6T-Robert Tidaback[8]; 8. 30X-John Crowder[7]; 9. (DNF) 18T-Lexa Turner[3]; 10. (DNF) 84D-Dave Nicholson[14]; 11. (DNF) 14T-Tyler Walton[12]; 12. (DNF) 1B-Brian Bennett[13]; 13. (DNF) 5P-Brock Pinkerous[11]; 14. (DQ) 66J-Holden Jennings[1]

Race 240 - E3 (8 Laps): 1. 8B-Dustin Bottoms[3]; 2. 77-Preston Norbury[1]; 3. 44X-Gunner Shroyer[4]; 4. 13L-Jack Lobin[9]; 5. 47-Charlie Henderson[5]; 6. 97-Damian Norbury[6]; 7. 7P-Dylan Ramey[11]; 8. 59X-Richie Harvey[2]; 9. 58-Carl Lebo[12]; 10. (DNS) 9A-Luke Lane; 11. (DNS) 77C-Cooper Sullivan; 12. (DNS) 19-Tomas Partington; 13. (DNS) 67S-Grant Stocker; 14. (DNS) 17H-Henry Chambers

Race 241 - E4 (8 Laps): 1. 787-Brody Wake[1]; 2. 99X-Trey Gibbs[4]; 3. 23B-Beckham Malone[6]; 4. 22T-Thomas Byford[7]; 5. 17X-Robert Harbert[8]; 6. 14H-Harley Whatley[12]; 7. 20S-Shali Buck[9]; 8. 28B-Robby Bias[2]; 9. 45D-Seth Duty[3]; 10. U2-Ryan Cotney[14]; 11. 7S-Kanon Posey[13]; 12. 08S-Stefen Sidur[5]; 13. 44-Anthony Sunde[10]; 14. 5W-Cody Wiegert[11]

Race 242 - E5 (8 Laps): 1. 54-Trey Gropp[1]; 2. 2A-Austin Wood[4]; 3. 92S-Justin Simpson[2]; 4. 7K-Mason Keefer[5]; 5. 17F-Santino Ferrucci[6]; 6. 82-Robert Randolph[3]; 7. 14G-Madelyn Gjerness[8]; 8. 38S-Tim Snelling[7]; 9. 5E-Bobby Chapa[9]; 10. (DNS) 751-Devan Myers; 11. (DNS) 11-Brandon Martin; 12. (DNS) 13Z-Chris Counter; 13. (DNS) 49Z-Zak Moore; 14. (DNS) 6X-Mark Martin

Race 243 - E6 (8 Laps): 1. 20T-Tony Morris[2]; 2. 112-Jack Kassik[8]; 3. 33X-Evan Harvey[1]; 4. 87-Reed Whitney[9]; 5. 27W-Shawn Wicker[3]; 6. 17T-Talon McConnell[6]; 7. 07-Jacob Kirchoff[7]; 8. 51X-Dalton Parreira[4]; 9. (DNS) 7J-Michael Faccinto; 10. (DNS) 61C-Chris Parmley; 11. (DNS) 40G-Jason Gariss; 12. (DNS) 84S-Sean Cleavland; 13. (DQ) 21A-Kainan Baker[5]

Race 244 - E7 (8 Laps): 1. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[4]; 2. 23M-Garrett Massey[1]; 3. 21M-Kiely Ricardo[3]; 4. 53-Graham Hamilton[5]; 5. 9$-Eddie Ramsey[2]; 6. 21C-Carter Holt[11]; 7. M17-Mason Jensrud[7]; 8. 77M-Mikee Brunker[12]; 9. (DNF) 191-Bash Ferguson[9]; 10. (DNF) 6C-Trevor Casey[6]; 11. (DNF) 70-Dwight Green[8]; 12. (DNF) 97T-Matt Taylor[13]; 13. (DNF) 10X-Bradyn Warren[10]

Race 245 - E8 (8 Laps): 1. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[2]; 2. 9D-Degan Lelsz[3]; 3. 37X-Xander Dundon[1]; 4. 78C-Chance Cody[6]; 5. 667-Amie Donner[5]; 6. 75-Mal Mullens[8]; 7. 20K-Skyler Keeney[4]; 8. 29M-Lawrence Mann[7]; 9. (DNS) 8J-Jonathan Beason; 10. (DNS) 57T-Kyle Thompson; 11. (DNS) 5-Bradley Huish; 12. (DNS) 1T-Taylor Whitefield; 13. (DNS) 60-Robert Lee

D-Features (Top 2 to corresponding C-Feature)

Race 246 - D1 (10 Laps): 1. 36K-Kris Carroll[7]; 2. 3B-Caleb Burge[10]; 3. 10S-Scout Spraggins[1]; 4. 3R-Hunter Rhoades[11]; 5. 99D-Bryant Dawson[4]; 6. 85J-Logan Julien[5]; 7. 671-Waylon Phillips[6]; 8. 7X-Kaden Smith[9]; 9. 74-Robby Brockman[3]; 10. (DNS) 28-Garrett Bias; 11. (DNS) 44P-Jeffery Pahule; 12. (DNS) 27E-Ethan Wicker; 13. (DNS) 5B-Cade Bierman; 14. (DNS) 8C-Jake Branham

Race 247 - D2 (10 Laps): 1. 21P-Case Piper[4]; 2. 9M-Keith McIntyre Jr[3]; 3. 29P-Bailee Spitulski[1]; 4. 99M-Mason Seubert[8]; 5. 75W-TY Marrel[7]; 6. 18F-Steve Finn[13]; 7. 37Z-Jacob Zimmerman[6]; 8. 33D-Justin Patocka[9]; 9. 10T-Taylor Morgan[10]; 10. 16-Darrius Myers[14]; 11. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[12]; 12. 22-Curtis Jones[5]; 13. 10K-Koda Oller[11]; 14. 14M-Mike Austin[2]

Race 248 - D3 (10 Laps): 1. 51K-Caleb Martin[1]; 2. 98-James Roselli[5]; 3. 4S-Spencer Hill[4]; 4. 77-Preston Norbury[14]; 5. 75T-Tyler Johnson[7]; 6. 83W-Shane Weeks[6]; 7. 94-Hayden Wise[10]; 8. 8B-Dustin Bottoms[13]; 9. 4-Brent Shoemaker[11]; 10. J5-Johnny Burge[12]; 11. 16B-Brady Amos[2]; 12. 11T-Taitum McElvany[9]; 13. 84M-Dalten Maust[3]; 14. 14B-Ethan Burdett[8]

Race 249 - D4 (10 Laps): 1. 8S-Austin Stone[3]; 2. 9-Bryce Comer[2]; 3. 14D-Tylen Trammel[11]; 4. 4H-Bob Hentschel[1]; 5. 787-Brody Wake[13]; 6. 17S-Baron Silva[8]; 7. 22M-Sammy McNabb[7]; 8. 99X-Trey Gibbs[14]; 9. 13C-William Conner[5]; 10. 5R-Chase Rodgers[4]; 11. 28U-Austin Ullstrom[12]; 12. 11A-Jaden Alexander[9]; 13. 15K-Kendall Battarbee[6]; 14. 14K-Landon Muehlberger[10]

Race 250 - D5 (10 Laps): 1. 8G-Teddy Bivert[3]; 2. 5N-Reece Shelton[2]; 3. 55P-Dalton Burley[6]; 4. 92B-Eric Bartlett[5]; 5. 72D-Derrick Black[12]; 6. 18G-Leonard Scheumack[11]; 7. 97B-Donnie Burrows[7]; 8. 15J-Joe Bob Lee[4]; 9. 2A-Austin Wood[14]; 10. 49S-Mike Snelling[1]; 11. 2S-Ryan Saunders[8]; 12. 54-Trey Gropp[13]; 13. 29D-Dylan Menditto[10]; 14. 13X-Chase Howard[9]

Race 251 - D6 (10 Laps): 1. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[1]; 2. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[4]; 3. 95A-Eli Adams[3]; 4. 112-Jack Kassik[14]; 5. 9K-Kieran Casillas[5]; 6. 88R-Ryder Laplante[12]; 7. 18W-Wyatt Bruce[2]; 8. 25J-Delaney Jost[7]; 9. 51G-Grant Schaadt[10]; 10. 111-Mark Reynolds[9]; 11. 10-Patrick Lundy[6]; 12. 20T-Tony Morris[13]; 13. 20G-Noah Gass[8]; 14. (DNS) 77B-Randall Boren

Race 252 - D7 (10 Laps): 1. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[4]; 2. 93-Luke Lucas[2]; 3. 6B-Blake Parmley[5]; 4. 60M-Earl McDoulett Jr[13]; 5. 3S-Will Scribner[10]; 6. 23M-Garrett Massey[14]; 7. 2M-Adam Miller[1]; 8. 18D-Devon Debrick[3]; 9. 10R-Ray Brewer[12]; 10. (DNF) 27-Jace Alvarez[6]; 11. (DNF) 10P-Brian Potter[8]; 12. (DNF) 45M-Megan Thomas[7]; 13. (DNF) 83-Brant Woods[11]; 14. (DNF) J37-Jovi Duffy[9]

Race 253 - D8 (10 Laps): 1. 36S-Darren Stewart[3]; 2. 54K-Kinser Endicott[4]; 3. 3-Cole Schroeder[2]; 4. 8M-Mickey Bullock[10]; 5. 126-Autumn Criste[5]; 6. 23L-Tyler LaPointe[9]; 7. 9D-Degan Lelsz[13]; 8. 727-Shawn McKinney[7]; 9. A51-Jason Trosper[6]; 10. 77K-Kyle Fernandez[8]; 11. 55U-Chance Ullstrom[11]; 12. 7G-Ollie Geiger[12]; 13. (DNF) 02C-Cale McGee[1]; 14. (DNS) 23C-Josh Castro

C-Features (Top 2 to corresponding B-Feature)

Race 254 - C1 (10 Laps): 1. 93C-Matt Carr[1]; 2. 48K-Darin Naida[9]; 3. 1C-Connor Lee[3]; 4. 3B-Caleb Burge[12]; 5. 11B-Kaylee Bryson[5]; 6. 36K-Kris Carroll[11]; 7. 29K-Levi Kuntz[4]; 8. 43-Parker Perry[6]; 9. 88T-Tony Penick[2]; 10. C71-Carter Jensrud[10]; 11. 62-Rachel Zabawa[8]; 12. 94L-Gage Laney[7]; 13. (DNS) 73-Jason McDougal; 14. (DNS) 86-Zach Wigal

Race 255 - C2 (10 Laps): 1. 14C-Connor Gross[3]; 2. 53X-Daniel Robinson[6]; 3. 71J-Jaxton Wiggs[2]; 4. 36T-Jake Neuman[11]; 5. 07Z-Zak Gorski[1]; 6. 5X-Axton Romero[4]; 7. 14-Blake Battles[8]; 8. 3E-Drake Edwards[10]; 9. 5T-Tommy Velasquez III[7]; 10. 33W-Rece Wommack[5]; 11. 9M-Keith McIntyre Jr[13]; 12. 5S-Gunnar Setser[9]; 13. 357-Bryce Redenbaugh[12]; 14. (DNS) 21P-Case Piper

Race 256 - C3 (10 Laps): 1. 14R-Jake Nail[3]; 2. 35G-Gaige Weldon[5]; 3. 51K-Caleb Martin[13]; 4. 24T-Glenn James Bratti[2]; 5. 29S-Shawn Bloomquist[4]; 6. 98-James Roselli[14]; 7. 88M-Maxon Crabdree[7]; 8. 51-Joshua Huish[9]; 9. 21-Bruce Comer[11]; 10. (DNF) 12B-Brandon Boggs[1]; 11. (DNF) 3T-Trevor McIntire[8]; 12. (DNF) 17A-Austin Barnhill[10]; 13. (DNF) 28S-Daniel Smith[12]; 14. (DNF) 54X-Maverick Myrick[6]

Race 257 - C4 (10 Laps): 1. 4N-Ryan Winter[1]; 2. 2-Travis Sullivan[5]; 3. 3L-Jimmy Leal[6]; 4. 8S-Austin Stone[13]; 5. 18-Aidan Leingang[4]; 6. 9-Bryce Comer[14]; 7. 21B-Justin Bates[10]; 8. 17C-Christian Galicia[12]; 9. 72-Alex Karpowicz[7]; 10. (DNF) 33-Cruz Dickerson[8]; 11. (DNF) 9L-Hunter Lane[9]; 12. (DNF) 12G-Gage Robb[3]; 13. (DNF) 30-Jacob Barton[2]; 14. (DNF) 24F-Connor Wolf[11]

Race 258 - C5 (10 Laps): 1. 39-Russ Disinger[2]; 2. 41-Logan Rumsey[8]; 3. 21K-Keegan Osantowski[3]; 4. 171-Alex Caldwell[1]; 5. 52H-Hayden Mabe[10]; 6. 1F-Jason Friesen[9]; 7. 12U-Tyler Davenport[4]; 8. 17E-Kaylee Esgar[5]; 9. 5A-Ava Gropp[11]; 10. 91-Ryan Mueller[12]; 11. 8G-Teddy Bivert[13]; 12. 8-Coleten Agee[6]; 13. (DNF) 21G-Garth Kasiner[7]; 14. (DNF) 5N-Reece Shelton[14]

Race 259 - C6 (10 Laps): 1. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[4]; 2. 36R-Kevin Reed[2]; 3. 23-Alec Quiggle[8]; 4. 5G-Landon Graham[3]; 5. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[14]; 6. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[13]; 7. 14A-Pat Kelly[6]; 8. 81-Dekota Gay[5]; 9. 12M-Shawn Marquez Jr[7]; 10. 78J-Joe Askew[12]; 11. 96-Jayson Campbell[11]; 12. 16F-Matthew Francis[9]; 13. (DNF) 27Q-Kaden Weger[10]; 14. (DNF) 19J-Justin Robison[1]

Race 260 - C7 (10 Laps): 1. 20R-Ricky Thornton Jr[2]; 2. 2T-Taylor Mayhew[7]; 3. 76-Maverick Elkins[3]; 4. 17G-Isaiah Garcia[10]; 5. 570-Prestyn Brown[6]; 6. 12C-Chase Spicola[4]; 7. 45-Bradley Cox[8]; 8. (DNF) 38T-Jackson Kounkel[5]; 9. (DNF) 98D-Mason Daugherty[9]; 10. (DNF) 93-Luke Lucas[11]; 11. (DNF) 08J-Jace McIntosh[1]; 12. (DNS) 12R-Trey Robb; 13. (DNS) 138-Karson Battarbee; 14. (DNS) 49X-Ace Moore

Race 261 - C8 (10 Laps): 1. 67-JJ Loss[1]; 2. 122-Lane Warner[2]; 3. 77E-Cole Esgar[3]; 4. 24S-Colby Sokol[8]; 5. 57-Kyle Chady[7]; 6. 9T-Christopher Townsend[6]; 7. 36-Hunter Creason[5]; 8. 36S-Darren Stewart[11]; 9. 4C-Cole McDaniel[12]; 10. 007-Cody Carter[10]; 11. 54K-Kinser Endicott[13]; 12. 20-Shon Deskins[9]; 13. 9C-Cade Cowles[4]; 14. (DNS) 110-Karter Battarbee

Qualifiers (Top 16 in combined passing points from Heats & Qualifiers advance to Saturday night's A Main)

Race 278 - Qualifier 1 (8 Laps): 1. 08C-Cannon McIntosh[2]; 2. 15-Jase Randolph[1]; 3. R7-Kyle Spence[5]; 4. 121-Steven Snyder Jr[4]; 5. 68-Landon Ellis[3]; 6. 24-JW Henderson[7]; 7. 28C-Carson Brown[8]; 8. 24A-KJ Snow[13]; 9. 73B-Braden Chiaramonte[9]; 10. 01-Weldon Buford[10]; 11. 44K-Cory Kelley[6]; 12. 95-Paige Moss[11]; 13. 2B-Garrett Benson[12]; 14. 8T-Cody Berkenmeier[14]

Race 279 - Qualifier 2 (8 Laps): 1. 3W-Chris Cochran[2]; 2. 32-Trey Marcham[3]; 3. 49-Cameron La Rose[1]; 4. 33N-Jett Nunley[10]; 5. 11L-Laydon Pearson[4]; 6. 17B-Quinton Benson[7]; 7. 8K-Tyler Kuykendall[13]; 8. 17-Quinn Jones[8]; 9. 20Q-Brecken Reese[5]; 10. 480-Cory Green[12]; 11. 97M-Scotty Milan[9]; 12. 31-Chad Lobb[14]; 13. (DNF) 66C-Carsen Perkins[11]; 14. (DNF) 32L-Brian Lunsford[6]

Race 280 - Qualifier 3 (8 Laps): 1. 151-Joe B Miller[1]; 2. 01J-Mitchel Moles[5]; 3. 02-Ashton Torgerson[3]; 4. 15S-TJ Smith[8]; 5. 13-Elijah Gile[10]; 6. 4Y-Jett Yantis[14]; 7. 99K-Seth Stenzel[9]; 8. 6W-Colin White[13]; 9. 00T-Cole Tinsley[7]; 10. 08-Peter Smith[4]; 11. 33K-Kelby Wright[12]; 12. 11C-Darren Brown[2]; 13. 297-Dillon Berglan[11]; 14. (DNF) 26M-Gavin Miller[6]

Race 281 - Qualifier 4 (8 Laps): 1. 49A-Aiden Price[1]; 2. 5K-Gavan Boschele[4]; 3. 2L-Austin Lambert[10]; 4. 66B-Broedy Graham[2]; 5. 55C-Trevor Cline[11]; 6. 13T-Caiden Mitchell[12]; 7. 19S-Sam Johnson[13]; 8. 21T-Tommy Kunsman[14]; 9. 56-Michael Hubert[6]; 10. 55B-Jett Barnes[7]; 11. 52J-Conner Long[9]; 12. 4X-Teagen Moles[8]; 13. 25A-Anton Hernandez[5]; 14. 31W-Brian McClelland[3]

Race 282 - Qualifier 5 (8 Laps): 1. 89-Jace Park[3]; 2. 15C-Brody Brown[1]; 3. 8X-Josh Marcham[6]; 4. 22Z-Jaxon Bishop[14]; 5. 16S-Seth Shebester[5]; 6. 71-Tim Buckwalter[10]; 7. 1V-Johnny Boland[4]; 8. 23X-Rhea Lynn Moss[9]; 9. 88J-Joey Amantea[7]; 10. 21J-Kameron Key[11]; 11. 10Z-Dominic Gorden[12]; 12. 15N-Neal Allison[13]; 13. 29C-Connor Borah[2]; 14. (DNF) 9B-Casey Bauman[8]

Race 283 - Qualifier 6 (8 Laps): 1. 71K-Daison Pursley[1]; 2. 10A-Emerson Axsom[7]; 3. 3J-Cale Coons[3]; 4. 26K-Kale Drake[9]; 5. 81X-Frank Flud[13]; 6. 83X-Jett Hays[11]; 7. 101-Brock Berreth[5]; 8. 15M-Collin Mitchell[8]; 9. 36B-Cole Bodine[6]; 10. 21$-Cash Lovenburg[10]; 11. 3Z-Trey Zorn[14]; 12. 24U-Tristan Ullstrom[12]; 13. 24R-Ryder Wells[2]; 14. (DNF) 11M-Lawrence Mann Jr[4]

Race 284 - Qualifier 7 (8 Laps): 1. 11G-Avery Goodman[1]; 2. 12T-Jason Tyer[2]; 3. 87C-Brenham Crouch[3]; 4. 19E-Edward Hartley III[5]; 5. 5C-Alex Ruppert[9]; 6. 36J-Kyle Jones[10]; 7. 24P-Ryker Pace[8]; 8. 8P-Caleb Pence[14]; 9. 18K-Brayden Kongdara[7]; 10. 4B-Brandt Twitty[11]; 11. 131-Dusty Young[12]; 12. 82S-Austin Sanders[6]; 13. 57L-Jacob Lucas[13]; 14. 14L-Logan Heath[4]

Race 285 - Qualifier 8 (8 Laps): 1. 88-Austin Torgerson[2]; 2. 14Q-Jake Hagopian[3]; 3. 28H-Chelby Hinton[12]; 4. 7C-Phillip Cordova[4]; 5. 24G-Greyson Springer[11]; 6. 26C-Chase McDermand[6]; 7. 59M-Brody Mclaughlin[10]; 8. 38-Riley Osantowski[9]; 9. 39H-Colton Hardy[8]; 10. 77R-Robbie Smith[7]; 11. 2X-Jadyn Friesen[1]; 12. 41D-Chuck Dunlap[13]; 13. 14J-Eric Jennings[5]; 14. (DNS) 11K-Shawn Mahaffey

Restricted

Top 72 in passing points from Heat Races advance to 6 Qualifying Races

Race 65 (8 Laps): 1. 11H-Nicholas Harris[1]; 2. 55X-Lucas Mauldin[6]; 3. 114-Sawyer Kiner[4]; 4. 319-Haidyn Hansen[5]; 5. 95-Ryker Morrow[3]; 6. 77K-Kyle Fernandez[7]; 7. 24-Kameron Sneed[8]; 8. 61-Brannon Lucas[2]; 9. 5-Owin Halpain[9]

Race 66 (8 Laps): 1. 30-Kyler Bearce[1]; 2. 8-Logun Lunsford[3]; 3. 24C-Cale Lagroon[8]; 4. 14-Ethan Burdett[5]; 5. 4K-Khloe Cotton[6]; 6. 6-Levi Copass[7]; 7. 13-Gaige Weldon[4]; 8. 37X-Xander Dundon[9]; 9. 92-Silas Cleaveland[2]

Race 67 (8 Laps): 1. 5E-Eli Holden[3]; 2. 2A-Grant Schaadt[2]; 3. 20Q-Brecken Reese[5]; 4. 21H-Levi Hinck[7]; 5. 13V-Braxon Vasconcellos[1]; 6. 22H-Hank Soares[8]; 7. 57S-Ella Simpson[6]; 8. 18-Tityn Roberts[4]; 9. (DNS) 21K-Keegan Osantowski

Race 68 (8 Laps): 1. 10S-Scout Spraggins[2]; 2. 47-Colby Sokol[9]; 3. 10B-Braden Pfeiffer[7]; 4. 5H-Wout Hoffmans[5]; 5. 9C-Jace Cooksey[3]; 6. 2K-Kooper Kelly[6]; 7. 87C-Callan Hill[4]; 8. (DNF) 28-Hunter Lewis[1]; 9. (DNF) B2-Carson Bolden[8]

Race 69 (8 Laps): 1. 3-Lathe Griggs[1]; 2. GH7-Garyn Howard[3]; 3. 87X-Cooper Williams[2]; 4. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[4]; 5. 22R-Ryder Eigenrauch[8]; 6. 97L-Connor Lundy[6]; 7. 11M-Mattix McBride[5]; 8. 9-Weston Doklan[9]; 9. 14T-Heath Walton[7]

Race 70 (8 Laps): 1. 45-Bradley Cox[4]; 2. 5S-Stone Smith[2]; 3. 5G-Kollin Klein[1]; 4. 23-Mason Nester[6]; 5. 1K-Kolette Dicero[5]; 6. 03-James Ferrin[8]; 7. (DNF) 23X-Jaxson Morgan[3]; 8. (DNF) 46-Cale McGee[7]; 9. (DNS) 9D-Degan Lelsz

Race 71 (8 Laps): 1. 71J-Jaxton Wiggs[4]; 2. 2C-Lucas Conner[2]; 3. 95W-Nathan Ward[9]; 4. 2M-Grayson Price[6]; 5. 4-Hayden Alberson[1]; 6. 16-Colton Holland[3]; 7. 95X-Steven Doss[7]; 8. 71M-Nash Mack[8]; 9. 15-Jaxson Sowers[5]

Race 72 (8 Laps): 1. 73X-Wyatt Miller[7]; 2. 64-Kolton Spencer[1]; 3. 82H-Hunter Pruitt[6]; 4. 00T-TJ Stark[9]; 5. 88L-Landen Adams[5]; 6. 14K-Kyle Hooper[4]; 7. 25A-Bradley Anderson[8]; 8. 7X-Logan Wood[3]; 9. (DNF) 17B-Brycen Roush[2]

Race 73 (8 Laps): 1. 73-Chase McDougal[2]; 2. 1P-Mekentzi Potter[3]; 3. 5P-Brock Pinkerous[5]; 4. 84-Dalten Maust[4]; 5. 23J-Jace Wren[6]; 6. 04-Jude Allgayer[1]; 7. 14C-Jayce Caldwell[8]; 8. 18K-Keegan Gasseling[7]; 9. 71K-Tate Gurney[9]

Race 74 (8 Laps): 1. 33-Jett Nunley[1]; 2. 55B-Rylan Sharrah[5]; 3. 5L-Landon Jesina[4]; 4. 88K-Bryce Kujath[9]; 5. V5-Vito Cancilla[6]; 6. 3D-Trent Dixon[7]; 7. 11V-Zayden Vasquez[8]; 8. P24-Aiden Howard[3]; 9. 81G-Giancarlo Ramessar[2]

Race 75 (8 Laps): 1. 63-Jack Thomas[4]; 2. 4G-Landon Gasseling[2]; 3. 17L-Chase Lauderbaugh[6]; 4. 43-Parker Perry[7]; 5. 2T-Tyler Crow[8]; 6. 5C-Cooper Miller[9]; 7. 23B-Beckham Malone[3]; 8. K9-Sami Porter[5]; 9. 67Z-Isabell Wilson[1]

Race 76 (8 Laps): 1. 66B-Blayden Graham[4]; 2. 126-Autumn Criste[2]; 3. 97-Cash Lacombe[6]; 4. 12T-Tori Tyer[5]; 5. 70-Micah Becker[7]; 6. 7G-Ollie Geiger[1]; 7. 30P-Blake Pittman[8]; 8. (DNF) 20K-Skyler Keeney[3]; 9. (DNS) 20-Aaron Cook

Race 77 (8 Laps): 1. 15C-Brody Brown[4]; 2. 6K-Brylee Kilmer[1]; 3. 04H-Kyle Heflin[7]; 4. 31B-Braxton Weger[9]; 5. 11-Harrison Robards[8]; 6. 81L-Ethan Larsen[2]; 7. 20S-Shali Buck[6]; 8. 27T-Trevor Twardeski[5]; 9. (DNF) 1-Kortland Stephens[3]

Race 78 (8 Laps): 1. 8S-Landyn Snider[3]; 2. 7-Quinn Thurein[6]; 3. 15H-Jace Hale[1]; 4. 94-Hayden Wise[9]; 5. 66-Brantley Henderson[2]; 6. 1H-Hudson Truitt[4]; 7. 09W-Wesley Sweatman[7]; 8. L8-Ethan Stevens[5]; 9. (DNF) 18Z-Zander Altis[8]

Race 79 (8 Laps): 1. 7S-Kanon Posey[1]; 2. 11E-Enzo Spicola[2]; 3. 49A-Ace Moore[3]; 4. 14B-Brody Bridgeman[7]; 5. 71A-Anthony Rea[5]; 6. 19A-Ayla Morefield[4]; 7. (DNF) 06-Andres Jones[6]; 8. (DNF) 21-Brayton Roberts[8]

Qualifiers (Top 16 in combined passing points from Heats & Qualifiers advance to Saturday night's A Main)

Race 286 - Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 00T-TJ Stark[1]; 2. 66B-Blayden Graham[3]; 3. 8S-Landyn Snider[2]; 4. 43-Parker Perry[7]; 5. 73X-Wyatt Miller[4]; 6. 97-Cash Lacombe[5]; 7. 87X-Cooper Williams[10]; 8. 15H-Jace Hale[11]; 9. 8-Logun Lunsford[6]; 10. 23J-Jace Wren[12]; 11. 23-Mason Nester[9]; 12. 126-Autumn Criste[8]

Race 287 - Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 88K-Bryce Kujath[1]; 2. 15C-Brody Brown[3]; 3. 47-Colby Sokol[4]; 4. GH7-Garyn Howard[6]; 5. 2M-Grayson Price[9]; 6. 55B-Rylan Sharrah[2]; 7. 14B-Brody Bridgeman[7]; 8. 11H-Nicholas Harris[5]; 9. 319-Haidyn Hansen[10]; 10. 70-Micah Becker[11]; 11. 11E-Enzo Spicola[8]; 12. V5-Vito Cancilla[12]

Race 288 - Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 31B-Braxton Weger[1]; 2. 10B-Braden Pfeiffer[2]; 3. 55X-Lucas Mauldin[3]; 4. 95W-Nathan Ward[4]; 5. 1P-Mekentzi Potter[6]; 6. 14-Ethan Burdett[10]; 7. 5C-Cooper Miller[11]; 8. 2A-Grant Schaadt[7]; 9. 22H-Hank Soares[12]; 10. 22R-Ryder Eigenrauch[9]; 11. 30-Kyler Bearce[5]; 12. 64-Kolton Spencer[8]

Race 289 - Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 04H-Kyle Heflin[2]; 2. 45-Bradley Cox[4]; 3. 94-Hayden Wise[1]; 4. 7-Quinn Thurein[3]; 5. 20Q-Brecken Reese[6]; 6. 3-Lathe Griggs[5]; 7. 6K-Brylee Kilmer[8]; 8. 2T-Tyler Crow[9]; 9. 5M-Ryder McCutcheon[11]; 10. 5S-Stone Smith[7]; 11. 5H-Wout Hoffmans[10]; 12. 03-James Ferrin[12]

Race 290 - Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 10S-Scout Spraggins[2]; 2. 24C-Cale Lagroon[1]; 3. 84-Dalten Maust[9]; 4. 71J-Jaxton Wiggs[4]; 5. 11-Harrison Robards[7]; 6. 33-Jett Nunley[3]; 7. 5P-Brock Pinkerous[6]; 8. 12T-Tori Tyer[10]; 9. 114-Sawyer Kiner[8]; 10. 1K-Kolette Dicero[11]; 11. 2C-Lucas Conner[5]; 12. (DNS) 82H-Hunter Pruitt

Race 291 - Qualifier 6 (10 Laps): 1. 63-Jack Thomas[4]; 2. 7S-Kanon Posey[5]; 3. 73-Chase McDougal[2]; 4. 88L-Landen Adams[12]; 5. 5L-Landon Jesina[8]; 6. 5E-Eli Holden[3]; 7. 4K-Khloe Cotton[11]; 8. 17L-Chase Lauderbaugh[1]; 9. 5G-Kollin Klein[10]; 10. 4G-Landon Gasseling[7]; 11. 21H-Levi Hinck[6]; 12. 49A-Ace Moore[9]

Junior Sprints*

Top 60 in points to 6 Qualifying Races

Race 118 (8 Laps): 1. 66B-Blayden Graham[1]; 2. 26P-Jaxson Peters[2]; 3. 36J-JJ Beason[7]; 4. 88E-Emery Laplante[3]; 5. 75-Masyon Truitt[6]; 6. 9-Case Hockman[4]; 7. 29C-Clayton Jenkins[5]; 8. 777-Corbin Weekly[8]

Race 119 (8 Laps): 1. 17B-Brycen Roush[2]; 2. 14K-Kinser Bloomquist[5]; 3. 5E-Eli Holden[6]; 4. 22-Ryker Jones[1]; 5. 5K-Kaden Wells[3]; 6. 24-Cam Acker[7]; 7. (DNF) 98P-Paul Westfall[8]; 8. (DNF) 37K-Kacie Pittman[4]

Race 120 (8 Laps): 1. 36T-Trenton Tyer[1]; 2. 11-Mattix McBride[6]; 3. 37-Koleton Dempsey[2]; 4. 28W-Blainey Woods[4]; 5. 26N-Nate Daniel[5]; 6. 16-Berkley Reese[3]; 7. (DNF) 12C-Bella Coleman[8]; 8. (DNF) 1K-Kolette Dicero[7]

Race 121 (8 Laps): 1. 15H-Colton Hale[1]; 2. 12P-Collin Pruitt[3]; 3. 19J-JT Daniel[2]; 4. 17D-Dylan Balog[8]; 5. 95G-Gunner Griffin[5]; 6. 66-Jack Loss[4]; 7. 82-Peyton Buntin[7]; 8. (DNF) V5-Vito Cancilla[6]

Race 122 (8 Laps): 1. 17C-Caleb Johannesen[1]; 2. 6-Henry Alberson[4]; 3. 7D-Jackson Davenport[5]; 4. 4-David Spencer[8]; 5. 1W-Heath Walton[3]; 6. 2M-Lee Moses[7]; 7. 90-Maxwell Norick[6]; 8. (DNF) 15-Jaxson Sowers[2]

Race 123 (8 Laps): 1. 7M-Miken Iverson[4]; 2. 36R-Rayce Reed[1]; 3. 9S-Braxton Stewart[5]; 4. 5-Jace Thurein[3]; 5. 387-Nash Edwards[7]; 6. 17A-Evan Boyd[2]; 7. 36-Maverick Reed[6]; 8. (DNS) 5G-Kollin Klein

Race 124 (8 Laps): 1. 21J-Jayden Hiller[1]; 2. N90-Kyle Heflin[2]; 3. 11S-Sawyer McBride[7]; 4. 04-Jude Allgayer[4]; 5. 1-Ryder Morris[3]; 6. 98-Mason McBride[6]; 7. 10C-Charmayne Cary[8]; 8. 74C-Cale Martin[5]

Race 125 (8 Laps): 1. 81-Braxton Flatt[2]; 2. 14J-Jaxon Nail[6]; 3. 71-Jagger Wiggs[8]; 4. 50-Tristan Pena[3]; 5. 17Z-Zach Leeke[4]; 6. 1P-Paxton Perry[5]; 7. 43L-Leon Wilmore[1]; 8. (DNF) 14-Chase Buntin[7]

Race 126 (8 Laps): 1. 13V-Braxon Vasconcellos[1]; 2. 18B-Brexton Busch[5]; 3. 51-Tate Gurney[8]; 4. 19-Liam Barton[6]; 5. 10E-Eli Potter[3]; 6. 55H-Hudson Truitt[2]; 7. 24N-Nathan Fernandez[4]; 8. 7X-Logan Wood[7]

Race 127 (8 Laps): 1. 5B-Cole Bennett[1]; 2. 63-Gavin Burge[4]; 3. 71K-Oren Basham[2]; 4. 4G-Ryker Griggs[5]; 5. 14Q-Quentin Hagopian[6]; 6. 2-Luke Booher[7]; 7. 53-Cooper Canady[3]; 8. 1L-Axten Larsen[8]

Race 128 (8 Laps): 1. 27-Brody Stewart[2]; 2. 9B-Bristol Spicola[7]; 3. 28B-Madden Thulin[3]; 4. 55K-Kayden Anderson[5]; 5. 94-Dalton Clary[4]; 6. 3K-Kaden Pacheco[6]; 7. 39-Holley Spake[8]; 8. 9C-Grayson Cooksey[1]

Race 129 (8 Laps): 1. 17M-Mackcen Roush[2]; 2. 55X-Maya Mauldin[3]; 3. 17-Cole Jones[6]; 4. 33-Noah Betts[5]; 5. 21W-Oakley Wren[7]; 6. 11K-Kyle Klagenberg[4]; 7. 99L-Jett Larson[8]; 8. 14V-Brett Vanzant[1]

Qualifiers (Top 12 in combined passing points from Heats & Qualifiers advance to Saturday night's A Main)

Race 184 - Qualifier 1 (10 Laps): 1. 66B-Blayden Graham[1]; 2. 27-Brody Stewart[2]; 3. 9B-Bristol Spicola[4]; 4. 14K-Kinser Bloomquist[3]; 5. 5B-Cole Bennett[5]; 6. 9S-Braxton Stewart[6]; 7. 33-Noah Betts[8]; 8. 28B-Madden Thulin[7]; 9. 17Z-Zeke Lewis[10]; 10. 50-Tristan Pena[9]

Race 185 - Qualifier 2 (10 Laps): 1. 36T-Trenton Tyer[1]; 2. 17M-Mackcen Roush[2]; 3. 18B-Brexton Busch[3]; 4. 7M-Miken Iverson[4]; 5. 26P-Jaxson Peters[6]; 6. 37-Koleton Dempsey[7]; 7. 75-Masyon Truitt[9]; 8. 17D-Dylan Balog[5]; 9. 21W-Oakley Wren[8]; 10. 94-Dalton Clary[10]

Race 186 - Qualifier 3 (10 Laps): 1. 11-Mattix McBride[4]; 2. N90-Kyle Heflin[6]; 3. 28W-Blainey Woods[8]; 4. 15H-Colton Hale[1]; 5. 19J-JT Daniel[7]; 6. 4-David Spencer[5]; 7. 14Q-Quentin Hagopian[9]; 8. 36J-JJ Beason[3]; 9. 6-Henry Alberson[2]; 10. 24-Cam Acker[10]

Race 187 - Qualifier 4 (10 Laps): 1. 11S-Sawyer McBride[3]; 2. 17C-Caleb Johannesen[1]; 3. 12P-Collin Pruitt[5]; 4. 14J-Jaxon Nail[4]; 5. 63-Gavin Burge[2]; 6. 22-Ryker Jones[9]; 7. 04-Jude Allgayer[8]; 8. 36R-Rayce Reed[6]; 9. 71K-Oren Basham[7]; 10. 2M-Lee Moses[10]

Race 188 - Qualifier 5 (10 Laps): 1. 5E-Eli Holden[2]; 2. 71-Jagger Wiggs[4]; 3. 4G-Ryker Griggs[7]; 4. 19-Liam Barton[6]; 5. 17B-Brycen Roush[3]; 6. 21J-Jayden Hiller[1]; 7. 55X-Maya Mauldin[5]; 8. 88E-Emery Laplante[8]; 9. 2-Luke Booher[10]; 10. 26N-Nate Daniel[9]

Race 189 - Qualifier 6 (10 Laps): 1. 81-Braxton Flatt[3]; 2. 13V-Braxon Vasconcellos[1]; 3. 55K-Kayden Anderson[7]; 4. 7D-Jackson Davenport[5]; 5. 5-Jace Thurein[8]; 6. 5K-Kaden Wells[10]; 7. 17-Cole Jones[2]; 8. 51-Tate Gurney[4]; 9. 387-Nash Edwards[6]; 10. 95G-Gunner Griffin[9]

C-Feature (Top 2 to corresponding B-Feature)

Race 270 - C1 (10 Laps): 1. 3K-Kaden Pacheco[2]; 2. 10C-Charmayne Cary[3]; 3. 9-Case Hockman[4]; 4. 1W-Heath Walton[1]; 5. 15-Jaxson Sowers[9]; 6. 36-Maverick Reed[6]; 7. 777-Corbin Weekly[7]; 8. 43L-Leon Wilmore[8]; 9. 17A-Evan Boyd[5]

Race 271 - C2 (10 Laps): 1. 1-Ryder Morris[1]; 2. V5-Vito Cancilla[8]; 3. 55H-Hudson Truitt[5]; 4. 9C-Grayson Cooksey[9]; 5. 1P-Paxton Perry[2]; 6. 29C-Clayton Jenkins[6]; 7. 1K-Kolette Dicero[7]; 8. 66-Jack Loss[4]; 9. 1L-Axten Larsen[3]

Race 272 - C3 (10 Laps): 1. 10E-Eli Potter[1]; 2. 98P-Paul Westfall[2]; 3. 11K-Kyle Klagenberg[4]; 4. 24N-Nathan Fernandez[6]; 5. 14V-Brett Vanzant[9]; 6. 14-Chase Buntin[7]; 7. 74C-Cale Martin[8]; 8. 82-Peyton Buntin[5]; 9. 39-Holley Spake[3]

Race 273 - C4 (10 Laps): 1. 12C-Bella Coleman[2]; 2. 98-Mason McBride[1]; 3. 90-Maxwell Norick[5]; 4. 16-Berkley Reese[4]; 5. 53-Cooper Canady[6]; 6. 99L-Jett Larson[3]; 7. 7X-Logan Wood[7]; 8. (DNS) 37K-Kacie Pittman; 9. (DNS) 5G-Kollin Klein

B-Features (Top 2 to the A-Feature)

Race 274 - B1 (10 Laps): 1. 13V-Braxon Vasconcellos[2]; 2. 14K-Kinser Bloomquist[3]; 3. 17B-Brycen Roush[4]; 4. 18B-Brexton Busch[1]; 5. 21J-Jayden Hiller[6]; 6. 33-Noah Betts[8]; 7. 88E-Emery Laplante[10]; 8. 5K-Kaden Wells[7]; 9. 04-Jude Allgayer[9]; 10. 3K-Kaden Pacheco[13]; 11. 10C-Charmayne Cary[14]; 12. 19J-JT Daniel[5]; 13. 26N-Nate Daniel[12]; 14. 17Z-Zeke Lewis[11]

Race 275 - B2 (10 Laps): 1. 12P-Collin Pruitt[1]; 2. 28W-Blainey Woods[2]; 3. 55X-Maya Mauldin[7]; 4. 51-Tate Gurney[6]; 5. 5-Jace Thurein[5]; 6. 7D-Jackson Davenport[3]; 7. 17D-Dylan Balog[8]; 8. 95G-Gunner Griffin[12]; 9. 1-Ryder Morris[13]; 10. V5-Vito Cancilla[14]; 11. 5B-Cole Bennett[4]; 12. 2-Luke Booher[11]; 13. 387-Nash Edwards[10]; 14. 36R-Rayce Reed[9]

Race 276 - B3 (10 Laps): 1. 4G-Ryker Griggs[2]; 2. 14J-Jaxon Nail[1]; 3. 19-Liam Barton[3]; 4. 75-Masyon Truitt[8]; 5. 37-Koleton Dempsey[6]; 6. 10E-Eli Potter[13]; 7. 17-Cole Jones[7]; 8. 63-Gavin Burge[4]; 9. 71K-Oren Basham[10]; 10. 98P-Paul Westfall[14]; 11. 6-Henry Alberson[9]; 12. 50-Tristan Pena[11]; 13. 4-David Spencer[5]; 14. 24-Cam Acker[12]

Race 277 - B4 (10 Laps): 1. 26P-Jaxson Peters[4]; 2. 15H-Colton Hale[3]; 3. 17C-Caleb Johannesen[1]; 4. 28B-Madden Thulin[9]; 5. 36J-JJ Beason[7]; 6. 94-Dalton Clary[11]; 7. 22-Ryker Jones[6]; 8. 21W-Oakley Wren[10]; 9. 55K-Kayden Anderson[2]; 10. 14Q-Quentin Hagopian[8]; 11. 2M-Lee Moses[12]; 12. 12C-Bella Coleman[13]; 13. 9S-Braxton Stewart[5]; 14. 98-Mason McBride[14]

 

 

MADDINGTON TOYOTA SPRINTCAR SERIES

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 2022

The American drivers fired the first shots in the WA Sprintcar Speedweek battle that started at the Perth Motorplex on Monday night, taking all three spots on the podium.

Tyler Courtney won the epic battle from Cory Eliason and Brock Zearfoss, signalling they will be the drivers to beat over the remaining six Speedway Australia Speedweek bouts.

These rounds are part of the 2022-23 Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Series, with the latest show being the fifth round.

Courtney, driving for Monte Motorsport, started from pole and led for much of the race distance, surviving some spirited challenges first from Kris Coyle and then from Eliason who is the Diamond Bay Motorsport entry and started from P4.

Zearfoss, driving for the Goldstar Transport team, made up solid ground in the second half of the race to take third after starting from P7.

Courtney got the jump over Coyle, who started on his outside, with the polesitter in control of the race in the early laps.

With 10 laps in the books Coyle made his intentions very clear as he reduced the gap and then traded blows with Courtney for a couple of laps before taking the lead and trying to set up an advantage in heavy traffic that saw great battles right through the order.

Kingshott was also starting to edge his way closer to Courtney, before Coyle pushed a little too hard and hit the fence coming out of turn two, seeing the back end of the car collapse and limp to the work area.

It looked like he was not going to rejoin the field after missing the time allocation as the field regrouped, however as the field next took the green Ryan Lancaster rolled in the first turn, bringing on the red lights, allowing the team to complete the repairs and rejoin at the rear.

Courtney led away from Kingshott, Eliason, Inglis and Zearfoss who was now up to fifth.

Coyle’s tough night continued when his right rear tyre exploded with 11 laps to go and he finished on the infield.

This time away Courtney led from Eliason, Kingshott, Inglis and Zearfoss and soon after it was game on between the two Americans at the front of the field.

Just as Eliason slid underneath to take the lead, Matt Egel hit the fence in pits bend in an incident that also involved Mitchell Wormall and Robbie Farr.

Once again Courtney grabbed the clean air and enjoyed a buffer over the field but with seven laps to go Eliason had other intentions.

Courtney was running high and Eliason opted to slide low and it was about this time that Zearfoss improved his momentum and was up to third over James Inglis.

The leading duo traded lines for a while but in the run to the checkers, Courtney was able to hold on and take the win.

Earlier in the night Courtney was third overall in his qualifying group and posted wins in his heat race and the A Dash.

Eliason was fourth overall in his qualifying group and in his heat race he was second, starting from p5 for the B Dash.

A good start saw him muscle up to second, setting up the second row start for the 30-lapper.

Zearfoss was second in his qualifying, before claiming third in his heat race and fourth in the A Dash.

Ingis finished fourth after starting from p6 and this gave him enough points to move into the lead of the Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Sprintcars Series.

Heading into the latest round he was six points behind Dayne Kingshott but now he is two points in front of the newly-minted WA champion.

Defending series champion Callum Williamson was fifth after starting from p8, while Jason Kendrick was sixth after starting from p5.

David Priolo started 9th and finished seventh, ahead of Kingshott who started from p3 and crossed the line in eighth.

Andrew Priolo was a big mover in the final, finishing ninth after starting from p16 to be the Kincrome Hard Charger, while Taylor Milling rounded out the top 10 after starting from p15.

They were followed by Daniel Harding in 11th (from p11), Jason Pryde 12th (from p17), Brad Maiolo 13th (from p18), Trent Pigdon 14th (from p20), 15th Mitchell Wormall (from p19), 16th Matthew Cross (from (22), 17th Russell Taylor (from p21) and 18th Robbie Farr (from p13).

Northern Territory driver Chace Karpenko was out of the show very early on, when the rear end of the car collapsed and he hit the fence in qualifying, taking no further part in the event.

Brad Maiolo was the only driver at the start of the show to play his Joker card this round to double his feature race points and while he finished 13th, he has moved from ninth overall in the standings to sixth.

The next opportunity for drivers who haven’t played their Joker card yet is round seven of the series at Bunbury on New Year’s Day.

Teams will now repair and rebuild for the sixth round of the series this Wednesday night.

RESULTS:

Qualifying: Group 1: Dayne Kingshott 13.870, Matt Egel 13.938, Kris Coyle 14.016, Ryan Lancaster 14.088, Russell Taylor 14.141, Myles Bolger 14.886, Nathan Swan 15.946, Chace Karpenko NTT.

Group 2: Jason Kendrick 13.839, Brock Zearfoss 13.923, Tyler Courtney 13.979, David Priolo 14.092, Jason Pryde 14.191, AJ Nash 14.202, Matthew Cross 14.373, Trent Pigdon 14.422, Mitchell Wormall 14.591.

Group 3: Daniel Harding 13.847, Callum Williamson 13.847, James Inglis 13.926, Cory Eliason 13.943, Robbie Farr 14.067, Taylor Milling 14.169, Andrew Priolo 14.214, Brad Maiolo 14.295.

Heat 1: 1st Kris Coyle, 2nd Dayne Kingshott, 3rd Matt Egel, 4th Ryan Lancaster, 5th Russell Taylor, 6th Myles Bolger, 7th Nathan Swan. DNS: Chace Karpenko.

Heat 2: 1st Tyler Courtney, 2nd David Priolo, 3rd Brock Zearfoss, 4th Jason Kendrick, 5th AJ Nash, 6th Trent Pigdon, 7th Jason Pryde, 8th Matthew Cross.

Heat 3: 1st James Inglis, 2nd Cory Eliason, 3rd Callum Williamson, 4th Robbie Farr, 5th Daniel Harding, 6th Brad Maiolo, 7th Andrew Priolo, 8th Taylor Milling.

A Dash: 1st Tyler Courtney, 2nd Dayne Kingshott, 3rd Jason Kendrick, 4th Brock Zearfoss, 5th David Priolo, 6th Daniel Harding.

B Dash: 1st Kris Coyle, 2nd Cory Eliason, 3rd James Inglis, 4th Callum Williamson, 5th Matt Egel, 6th Ryan Lancaster.

Midpack Madness: 1st Robbie Farr, 2nd AJ Nash, 3rd Taylor Milling, 4th Andrew Priolo, 5th Jason Pryde, 6th Brad Maiolo, 7th Mitchell Wormall, 8th Trent Pigdon, 9th Russell Taylor, 10th Matthew Cross, 11th Nathan Swan.

Feature: 1st Tyler Courntey, 2nd Cory Eliason, 3rd Brock Zearfoss, 4th James Inglis, 5th Callum Wiliamson, 6th Jason Kendrick, 7th David Priolo, 8th Dayne Kingshott, 9th Andrew Priolo, 10th Taylor Milling, 11th Daniel Harding, 12th Jason Pryde, 13th Brad Maiolo, 14th Trent Pigdon, 15th Mitchell Wormall, 16th Matthew Cross, 17th Russell Taylor, 18th Nathan Swan, 19th Robbie Farr. DNF: AJ Nash, Matt Egel, Kris Coyle and Ryan Lancaster. DNS: Myles Bolger and Chace Karpenko.

Points after Rd5 Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Series: James Inglis 854, Dayne Kingshott 852, Jason Kendrick 842, Callum Williamson 796, Taylor Milling 784, Brad Maiolo 760, Andrew Priolo 744, Jason Pryde 744, David Priolo 638, Kye Scroop 626, Trent Pigdon 622, Kris Coyle 614, Ryan Lancaster 608, Mitchell Wormall 602, AJ Nash 584, Daniel Harding 522, Robbie Farr 486, Jaydee Dack 480, George Eaton 408, Matt Egel 390, Nathan Swan 378, Matthew Cross 294, Todd Davis 264, Rusty Hickman 252, Troy Lawson 240, Jack Williamson 230, Myles Bolger 168, Tyler Courtney 150, Cory Eliason 146, Brock Zearfoss 144, Brenten Farrer 124, Steven Lines 122, Darren Mewett 120, Russell Taylor 116, Chace Karpenko 50, Kaiden Manders 50.

Jokers played after 2nd of 5 Joker opportunities (next Rds - Bunbury Jan 1, Ellenbrook Jan 7, Motorplex Jan 21): Brad Maiolo (only driver to play in Rd2). Robbie Farr, Dayne Kingshott, Jason Kendrick, Taylor Milling, Kye Scroop, Callum Williamson, James Inglis and Andrew Priolo (all played Rd1).

Kincrome Hard Charger: Andrew Priolo.

Hoosier tyre draw winner: No tyre draw done. Two draws to be done on Wednesday night.

Victory 1 Performance Quick Time: Jason Kendrick.

Upcoming events

Rd6 MTSS/Speedweek Rd2 - Perth Motorplex - Wednesday December 28

Rd7 MTSS/Speedweek Rd3 - Bunbury Speedway - Sunday, January 1

Rd8 MTSS/Speedweek Rd4 - Perth Motorplex - Monday, January 2

Rd9 MTSS/Speedweek Rd5 - Ellenbrook Speedway - Saturday, January 7.

 

 

MADDINGTON TOYOTA SPRINTCAR SERIES

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 2022

JAMES INGLIS THE NEW SERIES POINTS LEADER

James Inglis is the new points leader in the 2022-23 Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Series championship

Heading into round five of the series at the Perth Motorplex on Monday night, Ingls was on 712 points, six points shy of newly-minted WA Sprintcar Champion Dayne Kingshott on 718.

A fourth place to Inglis in the latest show, the first Australian home behind the all-American podium of Tyler Courtney, Cory Eliason and Brock Zearfoss, helped Inglis in the season-long campaign.

It was also a return to his family-owned W80 where he started the season off before three appearances in the Diamond Bay Motorsport W26 that is currently being driven by Eliason.

Kingshott finished eighth after starting from P3 last night, losing ground with a broken jacobs ladder in the car.

Inglis now has 854 points thanks to a pair of eighths, a win, a third and a fourth, while Kingshott has 852 points thanks to a 10th, two wins, a third and an eighth.

Third overall is Jason Kendrick on 842 points, thanks to a pair of seconds, a fourth, a sixth and a 13th.

Defending series champion Callum Williamson is fourth on 796 points after posting a sixth, a dnf, a seventh, an 11th and a fifth last night (his best result so far this season).

Rounding out the top five is still Taylor Milling on 784 points, with his result sheet showing a third, an 11th, a dnf, a second and a 10th.

The top five all played their Joker cards at the first of five opportunities at the start of the season.

The second opportunity was last night and only Brad Maiolo declared his hand at the start of the night to double his feature race points.

He finished 13th in the 30-lapper which was not the result he was hoping for, however he moved up from ninth overall to sixth and is now on 760 points.

Andrew Priolo is still seventh after his strong drive from 16th to ninth in the last round.

Jason Pryde is sixth eighth after he posted a 12th in round five, while David Priolo has moved from 12th to ninth after his seventh this week.

Kye Scroop, who didn’t contest the latest round, dropped from sixth to 10th.

Round six of the Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Series is at the Perth Motorplex this Wednesday night, December 28 - also being round two of the Speedway Australia WA Sprintcar Speedweek battle.

Points after Rd5 Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Series: James Inglis 854, Dayne Kingshott 852, Jason Kendrick 842, Callum Williamson 796, Taylor Milling 784, Brad Maiolo 760, Andrew Priolo 744, Jason Pryde 744, David Priolo 638, Kye Scroop 626, Trent Pigdon 622, Kris Coyle 614, Ryan Lancaster 608, Mitchell Wormall 602, AJ Nash 584, Daniel Harding 522, Robbie Farr 486, Jaydee Dack 480, George Eaton 408, Matt Egel 390, Nathan Swan 378, Matthew Cross 294, Todd Davis 264, Rusty Hickman 252, Troy Lawson 240, Jack Williamson 230, Myles Bolger 168, Tyler Courtney 150, Cory Eliason 146, Brock Zearfoss 144, Brenten Farrer 124, Steven Lines 122, Darren Mewett 120, Russell Taylor 116, Chace Karpenko 50, Kaiden Manders 50.

Jokers played after 2nd of 5 Joker opportunities (next Rds - Bunbury Jan 1, Ellenbrook Jan 7, Motorplex Jan 21): Brad Maiolo (only driver to play in Rd2). Robbie Farr, Dayne Kingshott, Jason Kendrick, Taylor Milling, Kye Scroop, Callum Williamson, James Inglis and Andrew Priolo (all played Rd1).

 

 

Daniel Robinson Victorious with POWRi National Midgets in Junior Knepper 55
Belleville, IL. (12/17/22) Daniel Robinson would use driving precision, patience, and experience in the Junior Knepper 55 at the Southern Illinois Center in DuQuoin Illinois on Saturday night to capture their second career victory with the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League after a thrilling wintertime festivity feature honoring a Land of Lincoln industry-leader.

Early DuQuoin competition with forty-three POWRi National Midget League entrants would see Kyle Cummins start quickest with a 9.564-lap in hot-laps as Shane Cottle, Joe B Miller, Kyle Cummins, Zach Daum, Thomas Meseraull, and Kyle Steffens each earned heat racing wins with Shane Cockrum and Ronnie Gardner picking up the semi-feature victory.

Setting the field of top-notch competitors of competition would find high-point qualifier Shane Cottle battling front-row counterpart Thomas Meseraull into the first pair of corners on the opening lap with Cottle throttling to the initial racing advantage as Meseraull, Kyle Cummins, Joe B Miller, and Zach Daum drove in hot pursuit all racing inside the running top five.

Leading the field for the first five revolutions, Cottle would suffer issues in turns one and two on lap six while racing for the lead. Forcing Cottle to the rear of the field, Thomas Meseraull would take the front of the field in the early stages of the fifty-five-lap feature event.

Sticking to the fastest lane out front, T-Mez would appear to be the dominant entry to beat while establishing a comfortable lead. Dealing with lap traffic at the point of the field for ten laps, Meseraull would spin himself on the front stretch to avoid major damage yet relinquish the lead.

Flying through the field to inherit the lead would witness Zach Daum and Kyle Cummins battle tooth and nail with each driver swapping the lead for several laps, as each competitor would set the pace of the field on four separate laps with Cummins gaining the mid-event advantage.

Entering into the front-end picture around the halfway mark would see Daniel Robinson use strategy by using the newly implemented “Commitment Cone” to battle into the runner-up position with Matt Westfall, Joe B Miller, and Travis Berryhill all inside the top-five.

Taking the top spot in outstanding action would find the DuQuoin-dominate Daniel Robinson lead the final thirty-two laps after using the first half of the race advancing nine positions. Robinson would set sail out front while encountering lap traffic only to see the advantage evaporate in the closing laps.

“This win means the world, I’ve kind of been a micro driver it seems here lately but I still think I got it behind the wheel of a midget. It takes patience here, all that money that my dad spent on bent nerf bars and junk wheels, it just pays in experience. This track slicked off late and lap traffic came into play so I was trying to run both lines basically.” stated Daniel Robinson in the Southern Illinois Center victory lane ceremony.

Zach Boden would pass seventeen other competitors to hard-charge to a solid runner-up showing by on .158-seconds with Kyle Cummins holding steady into completing the feature's final podium placement. Matt Westfall would finish fourth as Joe B Miller rounded out the POWRi National Midget League top-five finishers at the mini-magic-mile at DuQuoin Illinois in the Junior Knepper 55.

POWRi National Midget League | Southern Indoor Center | 12/17/22:
Hoosier Racing Tire Fast Hot Lap Time: 3G-Kyle Cummins (9.564)
Advanced Racing Suspensions Heat Race 1 Winner: 86-Shane Cottle
Auto Meter Heat Race 2 Winner: 51B-Joe B Miller
Schure Built Suspensions Heat Race 3 Winner: 3G-Kyle Cummins
AFCO Racing Heat Race 4 Winner: 91-Zach Daum
Rod End Supply Heat 5 Winner: 7X-Thomas Meseraull
Engler Machine Heat 6 Winner: 4A-Kyle Steffens
Max Papis Innovations Semi-Feature 1 Winner: 37X-Shane Cockrum
Super Clean Semi-Feature 2 Winner: 57R-Ronnie Gardner
MVT Services High Point Qualifier: 86-Shane Cottle
Toyota Racing Development Hard Charger: 51-Zach Boden(+17)
Lucas Oil Feature Winner: 57-Daniel Robinson

Lucas Oil A Feature 1 (55 Laps): 1. 57-Daniel Robinson[10]; 2. 51-Zach Boden[19]; 3. 3G-Kyle Cummins[5]; 4. 54W-Matt Westfall[4]; 5. 51B-Joe B Miller[9]; 6. 57A-Ronnie Gardner[18]; 7. 7X-Thomas Meseraull[2]; 8. 86-Shane Cottle[1]; 9. 17-Travis Berryhill[12]; 10. 21K-Karter Sarff[3]; 11. 12X-Christopher Dickey[22]; 12. 7T-Adam Taylor[11]; 13. 9P-Wes Pinkerton[14]; 14. 69-Joey Paxson[15]; 15. 15C-Carter Chevalier[21]; 16. 5LK-Jordan Kinser[20]; 17. 11G-Gage Rucker[13]; 18. 14-Chad Boespflug[7]; 19. 91-Zach Daum[6]; 20. 4A-Kyle Steffens[8]; 21. 37X-Shane Cockrum[17]; 22. 06-Rylan Gray[16].

Max Papis Innovations B Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 37X-Shane Cockrum[1]; 2. 51-Zach Boden[2]; 3. 15C-Carter Chevalier[6]; 4. 36C-Ian Creager[3]; 5. 44JB-Jakeb Boxell[10]; 6. 55-Chuck Walker[9]; 7. 7-Cody Beard[5]; 8. 35-Tyler Robbins[12]; 9. 95-Mikie Stirrett[4]; 10. 10X-Trevor Serbus[8]; 11. 41-Oliver Akard[11]; 12. 1H-Henry Chambers[13]; 13. 1S-Aaron Sanders[7]; 14. 44-Dani Aldrich[14].

Super Clean B Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 57A-Ronnie Gardner[3]; 2. 5LK-Jordan Kinser[1]; 3. 12X-Christopher Dickey[12]; 4. 001-Greg Mitchell[8]; 5. 4K-Kayla Roell[11]; 6. 10-Chett Gehrke[7]; 7. 21B-Trey Burke[10]; 8. 37-Ashton Thompson[5]; 9. 08-Daison Pursley[4]; 10. 36-Chris Baue[2]; 11. 56X-Mark Chisholm[6]; 12. 28Q-Sean Quinn[9]; 13. (DNS) 53-Sean Robbins.

Advanced Racing Suspension Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 86-Shane Cottle[7]; 2. 21K-Karter Sarff[8]; 3. 36-Chris Baue[1]; 4. 08-Daison Pursley[3]; 5. 56X-Mark Chisholm[4]; 6. 44JB-Jakeb Boxell[2]; 7. 41-Oliver Akard[6]; 8. (DNS) 1H-Henry Chambers.

Auto Meter Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 51B-Joe B Miller[1]; 2. 57-Daniel Robinson[3]; 3. 5LK-Jordan Kinser[2]; 4. 06-Rylan Gray[6]; 5. 15C-Carter Chevalier[5]; 6. 10-Chett Gehrke[7]; 7. 35-Tyler Robbins[4].

Schure Built Suspension Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. 3G-Kyle Cummins[3]; 2. 14-Chad Boespflug[5]; 3. 51-Zach Boden[2]; 4. 37X-Shane Cockrum[6]; 5. 57A-Ronnie Gardner[7]; 6. 21B-Trey Burke[1]; 7. 12X-Christopher Dickey[4].

AFCO Racing Heat 4 (10 Laps): 1. 91-Zach Daum[3]; 2. 9P-Wes Pinkerton[2]; 3. 17-Travis Berryhill[5]; 4. 11G-Gage Rucker[7]; 5. 10X-Trevor Serbus[1]; 6. 001-Greg Mitchell[6]; 7. (DNS) 53-Sean Robbins.

Rod End Supply Heat 5 (10 Laps): 1. 7X-Thomas Meseraull[6]; 2. 7T-Adam Taylor[3]; 3. 69-Joey Paxson[4]; 4. 37-Ashton Thompson[2]; 5. 95-Mikie Stirrett[7]; 6. 55-Chuck Walker[5]; 7. (DNS) 44-Dani Aldrich.

Engler Machine Heat 6 (10 Laps): 1. 4A-Kyle Steffens[2]; 2. 54W-Matt Westfall[7]; 3. 36C-Ian Creager[1]; 4. 7-Cody Beard[3]; 5. 1S-Aaron Sanders[4]; 6. 28Q-Sean Quinn[5]; 7. 4K-Kayla Roell[6].

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HAMILTON EXTENDS STREAK; TAKES SOUTHERN SPRINT WIN AND TITLE

December 3, 2022 – Punta Gorda, Florida – Davey Hamilton Jr. extended his current pavement sprint car win streak to six-in-a-row with his BG Products Southern Sprint Car Shootout Series victory at 417 Southern Speedway Saturday night. In the process, Hamilton Jr. also secured the series title in the series 2022 season Finale.

Hamilton Jr., who started in sixth position, was in the lead by lap seven after he took the top spot from polesitter and early race leader Joe Liguori. Hamilton Jr. then began to build a sizeable lead and it appeared he would go uncontested the rest of the way, but that would not be the case. On a lap 25 double file restart, Daniel Miller lined up beside Hamilton Jr. Miller was fast despite an ill handling chassis. On the restart, Miller got the jump and took the top spot way from Hamilton Jr. Miller would lead the

Hamilton Jr. built a 3.549 second difference the final 13 laps over second place Miller followed by Liguori, Bo Hartley and fifth place Scotty Adema.

In victory lane Hamilton Jr. explained he was concerned when he momentarily lost the race lead on the lap 25 restart. “He (Miller) got a good run on the outside” explained Hamilton Jr.”When he got in the lead, I was a little worried because he had the clean air. He was getting sideways, and I didn’t think he was gonna be fast long-term. Luckily, we were able to get around him a few laps later”.

With Hamilton’s eighth pavement sprint car win of the season, he ties Canadian driver Aaron Willison with the most pavement sprint car wins in the country this year. Stephen Hollinger was awarded the series Rookie of the Year honors.

With the race now concluded, it may have very well been the last sprint car race contested at 417 Southern Speedway unless a miracle is to happen. It was announced last month that a new lease was granted to a company that intends to renovate the facility into a concert and festival venue. Current plans by the new lease holder include leveling the current speedway the open in 1990.

The finish (40 laps): 1. 14-Davey Hamilton Jr.; 2. 5-Daniel Miller; 3. 68-Joe Liguori; 4. 3x-Bo Hartley; 5. 5s-Scotty Adema; 6. 85-Stephen Hollinger; 7. 88-Sport Allen; 8. 92-Ryan Adema; 9. 32-Sonny Hartlley; DNS 55-Tommy Nichols; DNS 25-Bruce Brantley

 

 

Moule takes off where he left off last season
Young gun Todd Moule took out the win Saturday night for the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All
Star Series. Moule had his first A Main victory at the Series final last season and now claims bragging
rights for RD 1. The Main treated spectators with some nail biting racing with the top 5 cars dicing
for positions for the majority of the race. V73 Charles Hunter and rookie Chris Temby in the V18
lined up on the front row. Hunter got the lead and was solid for 24 of the 30 laps but unfortunately
the V71 machine of Marcus Green had a loose in Turn 1 leaving Hunter with nowhere to go. With
damage to the front end had to sit the last few laps on the infield. SA33 Mark Caruso at the time was
running 2nd and he too retained damage from this incident and was another that had to retire to the
infield. D26 Moule, V18 Temby, V29 Tancredi & V78 Campbell had all been challenging for 2nd, 3rd,
4th & 5th throughout with some great driving displayed as they all manoeuvred past lap cars. The final
outcome was D26 Moule in 1st; V18 Temby 2nd , V29 Tancredi 3rd, V78 Chris Campbell 4th and V65
Kane Newcombe rounding out the top 5.
V10 Loader, V93 Millar, NT52 Bolitho, VA75 Donnaz, V47 Kupsch, VA2 Harris and V46 Abbott all had
strong results rounding out the field for the A.
The 3 All Star rookies can all hold their heads up high with fantastic results. As we mentioned
previously Temby has stepped into a winged 360 from the Wingless division and is racing the Foster
Transport V18 came home in 2nd. . The TVG V44 driver Angus ‘Hollywood’ Hollis showed talent; the
ex Australian Junior Champion & regular F500 racing will hopefully be a regular on the All Star circuit.
Jett Bell in the V88 Victory Lane Racegear also looked very comfortable and didn’t think twice about
having a go. “We were rapt to have all of them run with us and the smiles I saw inside the helmets
were special.” Searle says.
Heat race wins went to – Jeremy Kupsch, Charles Hunter & Chris Temby
A Main results: - 1st D26 Todd Moule, 2nd V18 Chris Temby, 3rd V29 Michael Tancredi, 4th V78 Chris
Campbell, 5th V65 Kane Newcombe, 6th V10 Steve Loader, 7th V93 Travis Millar, 8th NT52 Jason
Bolitho, 9th VA75 David Donegan, 10th V47 Jeremy Kupsch, 11th VA2 Boyd Harris, 12th V46 Jordan
Abbott, 13th V44 Angus Hollis-DNF, 14th V88 Jett Bell - DNF, 15th NS22 Jarreth Argus – DNF, 16th SA11
Scott Enderl - DNF , 17th V71 Marcus Green - DNF, 18th SA33 Mark Caruso – DNF, 19th V73 Charles
Hunter –DNF.
Contingency Winners
IDIGIT Lucky $100 draw – Jett Bell - $100 cash
Bar Up Bull Bars 8 – Jason Bolitho
Bullseye Lucky 7 – Travis Millar - $100 cash
Heath Hunter Hire Quick Time Award – Todd Moule – $100 cash
HCC Maxie’s Keep on Fighting Award – Terry Kelly - $100 cash
TEH Hard Charger – Jason Bolitho - $100 cash
Fosters Last Man Standing – Jordan Abbott - $100 cash
Hoosier Hero – Todd Moule - $100 Hoosier voucher
Mint Pig Lucky Draw – Mark Caruso - $100 Fuel Card
Full Throttle Dash – not run

 

MADDINGTON TOYOTA SPRINTCAR SERIES SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2022

Dayne Kingshott is the new WA Sprintcar Champion.

He won the 61st running of the event that took an eternity to complete and had plenty of drama over the 35 lap journey in the fourth round of the 2022-23 Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Series at the annual John Day Classic.

Kingshott sat in the shadows of paceman James Inglis for much of the contest at the Perth Motorplex on Saturday night, only to pounce on a late restart and set sail for home, taking the popular win in the Krikke Motorsport W2.

Taylor Milling was second and Inglis third.

Earlier in the night Kingshott was fifth overall in qualifying before taking a third and a win in his heat races, setting him up for a p3 start in the main event.

This was Kingshott’s second win of the four rounds, going with his third and 10th.

Milling was one of the biggest movers in the race, starting from p12.

At the start of the night he was 12th quickest in qualifying and then took a 5th and a 4th in his heat races.

On every restart he kept moving forward and really showed pace in the final 10 laps to overpower some of the cars in front of him, for his second podium of the season, after taking a third in the opening show.

For Inglis the title race was one that got away.

He set the Victory 1 Performance Quick time, then followed it up with a win and a third in the heat races to start from pole position.

It was a tough pill to swallow after leading for much of the feature race, only to slip away in the latter stages.

He has a pair of 8ths, a win and a third to his name from the four feature races.

As the teams took the green there were cars going everywhere with Brad Maiolo losing the front end of the 77, Callum Wliamson rolled and George Eaton had to take evasive action.

Maiolo was a non-starter while teams thrashed to get the Williamson car repaired, including a new front axle, but they ran out of time to fit a new front wing.

On the next green Inglis took the lead with Kingshott and Matt Egel fighting for the minors, while Kye Scroop slipped into fourth over Jason Kendrick just as the caution lights came on – this time in pits bend, with Mitchell Wormall, David Priolo and Trent Pigdon all involved.

PIgdon took his spot at the rear and was eventually joined by Wormall, but Priolo was not ready within the time limit.

The big mover early was Ryan Lancaster who was up to 6th on this restart from p11.

Scroop was the cause of the next red light after he pushed too hard in pits bend, crashing big time.

On the break Willliamson was able to get a front wing fitted.

Inglis got the jump on the next start with Kingshott and Egel having a great duel and they had a gap over the rest of the field.

Daniel Harding got inside Kendrick for fourth, while there were some great battles further back involving Matt Cross, Pigdon, Darren Mewett, Jaydee Dack and Williamson.

Wormall then headed infield with a damaged top wing and Kingshott kept working his way closer to Inglis at the front.

Dack’s night was over after a bone crunching crash in pits bend with 12 laps in the books for a red light stoppage.

Inglis again opened up a gap on the next restart from Kingshott, Egel, Harding and Kendrick, with Milling just behind them and ready to pounce.

On lap 22 Jason Pryde spun around after making his way forward into a good position, forcing another restart.

Milling was running the high line while trying to chase down Egel who ran the low line and for quite a few laps neither was able to gain an advantage over the other.

On lap 27 Kendrick was trying to challenge Harding when he spun in turn one, sending him to the rear on the next start.

Inglis was still in front at the restart from Kingshott, Egel and Milling and this is where Kingshott took the opportunity, taking the lead after running side by side with Inglis.

Milling also won his battle over Egel and then kept his momentum going by taking second soon afterwards, setting up his podium finish.

In the final laps however, there was no denying Kingshott who stamped his authority on the race to take the big win.

Egel finished fourth ahead of Rusty Hickman who moved up one spot after starting from 6th.

Kris Coyle was the Kincrome Hard Charger, starting from p20 and finishing 6th, while Harding was 7th, Pigdon was 8th, Pryde was 9th (moving up 6 spots), Andrew Priolo was 10th (moving up seven spots), Williamson was 11th, Cross was 12 (moving up six spots), Kendrick was 13th, Steven Lines was 14th, Darren Mewett was 15th (moving up seven spots) Myles Bolger was 16th (moving up six spots) and Eaton was 17th (also moving up six spots).

The series now takes a quick break before resuming on Boxing Day at the Perth Motorplex, featuring the first round of Speedweek.

Results

Qualifying: James Inglis 13.833, Matt Egel 13.890, Jason Kendrick 13.906, Daniel Harding 13.932, Dayne Kingshott 13.970, Kye Scroop 13.970, Rusty Hickman 14.004, David Priolo 14.010, Callum Williamson 14.080, Ryan Lancaster 14.100, Brad Maiolo 14.132, Taylor Milling 14.161, Kris Coyle 14.171, Trent Pigdon 14.190, Matthew Cross 14.198, Steven Lines 14.209, Jason Pryde 14.213, Andrew Priolo 14.232, Jaydee Dack 14.358, Mitchell Wormall 14.426, Todd Davis 14.616, Myles Bolger 15.378, Nathan Swan 15.452, Darren Mewett 15.521, George Eaton 15.607. AJ Nash NTT.

Heat 1: 1st James Inglis, 2nd Rusty Hickman, 3rd Daniel Harding, 4th Kris Coyle, 5th Jaydee Dack, 6th Ryan Lancaster, 7th Myles Bolger, 8th George Eaton, DNF Steven Lines.

Heat 2: 1st Matt Egel, 2nd David Priolo, 3rd Dayne Kinghsott, 4th Trent Pigdon, 5th Brad Maiolo, 6th Mitchell Wormall, 7th Jason Pryde, 8th Nathan Swan. DNF: AJ Nash

Heat 3: 1st Kye Scroop, 2nd Jason Kendrick, 3rd Callum Williamson, 4th Andrew Priolo, 5th Taylor Milling, 6th Matt Cross, 7th Darren Mewett, 8th Todd Davis.

Heat 4: 1st Dayne Kingshott, 2nd Jason Pryde, 3rd James Inglis, 4th Rusty Hickman, 5th Jaydee Dack, 6th Nathan Swan.

Heat 5: 1st Steven Lines, 2nd Callum Williamson, 3rd Jason Kendrick, 4th Ryan Lancaster, 5th Daniel Harding, 6th Myles Bolger, 7th Matthew Cross.

Heat 6: 1st Mitchell Wormall, 2nd Matt Egel, 3rd Trent Pigdon, 4th Taylor Milling, 5th David Priolo, 6th Kye Scroop, 7th Andrew Priolo, 8th Andrew Priolo, 9th AJ Nash, 10th Darren Mewett.

Feature: 1st Dayne Kingshott, 2nd Taylor Milling, 3rd James Inglis, 4th Matt Egel, 5th Rusty Hickman, 6th Kris Coyle, 7th Daniel Harding, 8th Trent Pigdon, 9th Jason Pryde, 10th Andrew Priolo, 11th Callum Williamson, 12th Matt Cross, 13th Jason Kendrick, 14th Steven Lines, 15th Darren Mewett, 16th Myles Bolger, 17th George Eaton. DNF: Ryan Lancaster, AJ Nash, Jaydee Dack, Mitchell Wormall, Kye Scroop, David Priolo and Brad Maiolo.

Kincrome Hard Charger: Kris Coyle.

Victory 1 Performance Quick Time: James Inglis.

Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Series points after Rd4: Dayne Kingshott 718 (Joker), James Inglis (Joker) 712, Jason Kendrick (Joker) 704, Callum Williamson (Joker) 656, Taylor Milling (Joker) 654, Kye Scroop 626 (Joker), Andrew Priolo (Joker) 612, Jason Pryde 514, Brad Maiolo 512, Kris Coyle 508, Ryan Lancaster 504, David Priolo 502, Trent Pigdon 500, Mitchell Wormall 482, Jaydee Dack 480, AJ Nash 474, George Eaton 408, Daniel Harding 394, Robbie Farr 374 (Joker), Matt Egel 282, Nathan Swan 264, Todd Davis 264, Rusty Hickman 252, Troy Lawson 240, Jack Williamson 230, Matthew Cross 176, Brenten Farrer 124, Steven Lines 122, Darren Mewett 120, Myles Bolger 118, Kaiden Manders 50,

Jokers played at 1st rd of 5 opportunities (next Joker round opportunity Dec 26): Robbie Farr, Dayne Kingshott, Jason Kendrick, Taylor Milling, Kye Scroop, Callum Williamson, James Inglis and Andrew Priolo.

What’s next?

Rd5 - Sprintcar Speedweek - Rd1, Perth Motorplex, Dec 26

Rd6 - Sprintcar Speedweek - Rd2, Perth Motorplex, Dec 28

 

 

HAMILTON JR TAMES SOUTHERN SPRINTS; STREAK NOW AT FOUR

November 19, 2022 – Punta Gorda, Florida – Davey Hamilton Jr. captured Saturday night’s 40-lap BG Products Southern Sprint Car Shootout Series victory at 417 Southern Speedway in Punta Gorda, Florida.

Polesitter Steven Hollinger led the opening 22 circuits and it appeared he could be a contender for his first series win after building a sizeable lead. At one point he had nearly half lap lead on the field. A lap 22 caution changed the complexion of the race.

The double file restart would see Davey Hamilton Jr. line up beside race leader Hollinger. When the green flag waved, Hamilton momentary took the lead going exiting turn two, but Hollinger would not go away quietly. Hollinger would hold the lead as the duo crossed the stripe to complete lap 23.

Hamilton would take the lead for good one lap later and build a sizeable lead the rest of the way to win in dominating fashion. Hamilton’s margin of victory over Hollinger was 7.013 seconds.

Following second place Hollinger were Daniel Miller, Colton Bettis, and fifth place finisher Bruce Brantley.

With Hamilton’s win, his current series streak now stands at four-in-a-row. In addition, in winged asphalt sprint car competition, he has won five out of his last six starts dating back to July 4th weekend.

The event was contested in front of a packed house. It was announced on Thursday that current 417 Speedway leaseholder Joe Gentry’s lease will not be renewed at the conclusion of the season. The new leaseholder has plans to turn the facility into an entertainment venue and the speedway will soon be demolished. The final sprint cat race in the storied history of the track will take place when the BG Products Southern Sprint Car Shootout Series returns December 3 for its season finale.

40-lap feature results:

1. 14-Davey Hamilton Jr.; 2. 85-Stephen Hollinger; 3. 5-Daniel Miller; 4. 61-Colton Bettis; 5. 25-Bruce Brantley; 6. 88a-Sport Allen; 7. 67-Scott Adema; 8. 1-Taylor Ferns; 9. 55-Tommy Nichols; 10.32-Bo Hartley; DNS 92-Ryan Adema

 

 

MADDINGTON TOYOTA SPRINTCAR SERIES

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2022

James Inglis is the King

He won the latest edition of the Scardifields Smash Repairs King of Wings at the Perth Motorplex on Saturday night – in what was a big night of sprintcar racing, with more than 70 sprintcars featured across three divisions.

The event was round three of the 2022-23 Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Series, with Inglis and Diamond Bay Motorsport winning the 40-lap feature race from Jason Kendrick and Dayne Kingshott.

Not only did Inglis take the win, but he also pocketed the extra $5000 bounty that was put up by Frank Scardifield from event sponsor Scardifields Smash Repairs for being the driver leading the pack when the compulsory infield pitstop was called to break the race into two sections.

The bounty was paid because Inglis was leading when the stoppage was called and was still in front at the end.

Inglis started the night off by being fourth quickest in his qualifying group and because of the top four invert, he started his heat race from the front row which he won.

He then won the A Dash from the front, setting up a pole start for the main event.

Inglis was joined on the front row by Kingshott who was the quickest in his qualifying group, went from fourth to second in his heat race and then won the B Dash.

The feature race started with 22 cars, with both Nathan Swan and George Eaton being non-starters.

Inglis got the jump at the start over Kingshott and very quickly opened up a buffer.

Kingshott was then locked into a duel with Andrew Priolo, who started from p4, and shortly afterwards Kendrick, who started from the third row, joined in on the party.

Kendrick then slid under Kingshott but the Krikke Motorsport entry was equal to the task and after trading lines, Kingshott won the early contest.

Inglis opened up a big gap and moments later the field grouped up as the first caution period came on.

On the restart Kye Scroop, looked racy in the middle of the pack, while Inglis again got the jump and enjoyed fresh air out in front before he reached lapped traffic.

AJ Nash, who started from the fourth row, was having a good bout with Kendrick and pursued the lower line which appeared to be working for a while and shortly after Kris Coyle spun onto the bike track from the back straight and was out of the show.

He remonstrated with his arms that the cautions should have come on, but to no avail.

WIth 10 laps in the book Inglis was deep in traffic on a track that was starting to get dusty, a big turnaround after good rainfall fell in the couple of days leading up to the event.

By this stage Scroop had got by Nash for fifth and he was looking to bank more solid points after he won the first feature race of the season back on October 22.

The next caution period was on lap 12, when officials called the pitstop after earlier telling drivers it would be called somewhere between lap 12 and 20.

Inglis then again opened up a good lead over Priolo and the rest of the pack and Kendrick unsuccessfully tried an inside run on Kingshott but the move didn’t stick - he did get by a few laps later and after 15 laps Nash was fifth over Scroop,

Two laps later Trent Pigdon headed infield, just before Inglis was up on the backmarkers Jack Williamson and Mitchell Wormall.

Kingshott by this stage was also back in front of Kendrick.

On lap 23 Inglis put Daniel Harding a lap down, an interesting move with Harding being the defending King of Crowns champion.

Harding was struggling and it became obvious when he spun around on the approach to the main straight, for another caution period, and Inglis lost his big lead again.

With 15 laps to go it was Inglis, Andrew Priolo, Kingshott, Kendrick and Scroop - and while Priolo edged closer to the leader, the orange lights were back on - this time after Robbie Farr and Nash made contact on the main straight.

With 14 to go Inglis set sail again with Andrew Priolo in pursuit and this time Kendrick made a move over Kingshott for third, putting a gap on him as there were intense midfield battles involving David Priolo, Matt Egel, Scroop, Brad Maiolo, Taylor Milling, Callum Williamson and Jason Pryde.

David Priolo was on the move and running the lower line to his advantage as Scroop got his car crossed up and momentarily ended on the bike track before rejoining the action with seven laps to go.

Milling headed to the infield with four laps to go with what looked like front end damage and then Andrew Priolo went a little too deep in turn two, and spun, with Kendrick just missing him.

On the final restart it was Inglis to lead away from Kendrick, Kingshott, Egel and David Priolo and it was a mad dash to the finish line.

David Priolo, who started from p10, took fourth over Egel who started from p15 and finished fifth.

Maiolo took sixth after starting from p3 and this result goes with his ninth and fifth in the first two rounds.

Defending series champion Callum Williamson, who had engine issues earlier in the night and had to dig deep, started p19 and finished seventh, advancing an incredible 12 spots, to be the Kincrome Hard Charger.

Pryde finished eighth after starting from p18, also a great drive, while ninth went to Ryan Lancaster who started from p21, showing plenty of progress as the race went on.

Nash rounded out the top 10, followed by Scroop, Wormall, Jack Williamson and Jaydee Dack.

Drivers who elected to play their Jokers (doubling their feature race points) in the first of five opportunities were Robbie Farr, Dayne Kingshott, Jason Kendrick, Taylor Milling, Kye Scroop, Callum Williamson, James Inglis and Andrew Priolo, with the second of five Joker window opportunities opening on the December 26 show.

With three rounds in the books, Kendrick leads on 580 points from Kingshott and Inglis on 568 each, Callum Williamson 528 and Scroop 520 to round out the top five.

The next round of the Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Series will be the WA Sprintcar Championship - John Day Classic at the Perth Motorplex on Saturday, December 3.

This is the last local show before the first of seven rounds of Sprintcar Speedweek that starts at the Motorplex on December 26.

RESULTS:
Qualifying: Group 1: Jason Kendrick 13.172, Daniel Harding 13.217, Jaydee Dack 13.271, Trent Pigdon 13.467, Jason Pryde 13.580, Kaiden Manders 13.623, Todd Davis 13.817, Matthew Cross 18.346.

Group 2: Brad Maiolo 13.132, Taylor Milling 13.147, Robbie Farr 13.281, Andrew Priolo 13.421 Rusty Hickman 13.444, Nathan Swan 15.771, George Eaton 15.791, Mitchell Wormall 16.103.

Group 3: Dayne Kingshott 13.253, AJ Nash 13.286, David Priolo 13.320, James Inglis 13.334, Matt Egel 13.364, Kris Coyle 13.480, Ryan Lancaster 13.499, Jack Williamson 13.538, Callum Williamson 14.560.



Heat 1: 1st Jason Kendrick, 2nd Trent Pigdon, 3rd Jaydee Dack, 4th Daniel Harding, 5th Jason Pryde, 6th Todd Davis, 7th Matt Cross.

Heat 2: 1st Andrew Priolo, 2nd Kye Scroop, 3rd Robbie Farr, 4th Rusty Hickman, 5th Brad Maiolo, 6th Mitchell Wormall, 7th Taylor Milling, 8th Nathan Swan. DNS George Eaton.

Heat 3: 1st James Inglis, 2nd Dayne Kingshott, 3rd David Priolo, 4th AJ Nash, 5th Matt Egel, 6th Kris Coyle, 7th Callum Williamson, 8th Ryan Lancaster, 8th Jack Williamson.

A Dash: 1st James Inglis, 2nd Brad Maiolo, 3rd AJ Nash, 4th Jason Kendrick, 5th Jaydee Dack, 6th Trent Pigdon.

B Dash: 1st Dayne Kingshott, 2nd Andrew Priolo, 3rd Kye Scroop, 4th Robbie Farr, 5th David Priolo, 6th Daniel Harding.

Midpack Dash: 1st Taylor Milling, 2nd Kris Coyle, 3rd Matt Egel, 4th Mitchell Wormall, 5th Todd Davis, 6th Jason Pryde, 7th Callum Williamson, 8th Rusty Hickman, 9th Ryan Lancaster, 10th Jack Williamson, 11th Nathan Swan.

Feature: 1st James Inglis, 2nd Jason Kendrick, 3rd Dayne Kingshott, 4th David Priolo, 5th Matt Egel, 6th Brad Maiolo, 7th Callum Williamson, 8th Jason Pryde, 9th Ryan Lancaster, 10th AJ Nash, 11th Kye Scroop, 12th Mitchell Wormall, 13th Jack Williamson, 14th Jaydee Dack. DNF: Andrew Priolo, Taylor Milling, Daniel Harding, Robbie Farr, Rusty Hickman, Trent Pigdon, Kris Coyle and Todd Davis.

Kincrome Hard Charger: Callum Williamson, with Brad Maiolo being the Hard Charger for Rd2.

Hoosier tyre draw winner: Dayne Kingshott.

Victory 1 Performance Quick Time: Brad Maiolo.

Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Series points after Rd3: Jason Kendrick (Joker) 580, Dayne Kingshott (Joker), James Inglis (Joker) 528 each, Callum Williamson (Joker) 528, Kye Scroop (Joker) 520, Taylor Milling (Joker) 508, Andrew Priolo (Joker) 482, Brad Maiolo 410, David Priolo 398, Ryan Lancaster 390, Jason Pryde 382, Robbie Farr (Joker), Mitchell Wormall 374 each, Kris Coyle, Jaydee Dack 370 each, Trent Pigdon 366, AJ Nash 362, George Eaton 292 Daniel Harding 258, Troy Lawson 240, Jack Williamson 230, Nathan Swan, Todd Davis 214 each, Brenten Farrer 174, Matt Egel 140, Rusty Hickman 112, Matthew Cross 50.

Jokers played at 1st rd of 5 opportunities: Robbie Farr, Dayne Kingshott, Jason Kendrick, Taylor Milling, Kye Scroop, Callum Williamson, James Inglis and Andrew Priolo.

What’s next?

Rd4 - WA Sprintcar Championship - John Day Classic, Perth Motorplex, Dec 3

Rd5 - Sprintcar Speedweek - Rd1, Perth Motorplex, Dec 26

Rd6 - Sprintcar Speedweek - Rd2, Perth Motorplex, Dec 28

 

 

DRAKE EDWARDS SCORES $1800 PAYDAY WITH INAUGURAL BILLY SHUMAN TRIBUTE WIN

Glendale, Ariz. (November 13, 2022) – Drake Edwards of Surprise, Ariz. dominated the 25-lap Tribute to Billy Shuman on Saturday night at Adobe Mountain Speedway, earning an $1800 payday for his fourth win of the year in Western Midget Racing. The event closed the 2022 WMR season presented by Masters Design and Construction with round 28 taking place on the bullring in Glendale, Ariz.

Cory Brown of Peoria, Ariz. closed the Adobe championship while Brentwood’s Blake Bower had already clinched back-to-back overall series titles with his win at Ventura Raceway in October.

20 Midgets were on hand for the special night which also included inductions into the Arizona Motorsports Hall of Fame, a Toy Drive, and other festivities. Edwards, Chloe High of Goodyear, Ariz., and Shon Deskins of Waddell, Ariz. won the three heat races. The $300-to-win Dash was won by Gary DeWitt of Mesa, Ariz. For the first time in series history, a B-Main was held with Peoria’s Dale Eliason, Jr. dominating the 12-lap affair.

A field of 16 entries took the green for the feature. Dustin Cormany of Peoria, Ariz. rode over the back of Kyle Huttenhow for a side over side flip in turn four for a red flag. Deskins stopped on the backstretch for the next caution flag. The final caution of the race occurred on lap four when Cory Brown crashed in turn two.

With racing underway, Edwards drove away with the lead while Chloe High engaged in a thrilling duel with Phoenix’s A.J. Hernandez and her father Nathan High for second. Edwards navigated through lapped traffic comfortably in the lead. Meanwhile Hernandez made several bids for second on the inside of Chloe High. Eliason charged from 13th to join the battling, using the high side to make maneuvers.

Edwards won the race by over a straightaway advantage at the stripe, while Chloe High narrowly earned second place worth $750. Hernandez, Nathan High, and Eliason rounded out the top-five. Eliason earned $250 from Alisha Dawn Photography for the Hard Charger award along with $300 for the fifth-place finish.

For more information on Western Midget Racing, visit them at www.WesternMidgetRacing.com or follow them on Facebook!

Western Midget Racing is presented by: Masters Design and Construction, Rockwell Security, Rams Racing, Hoosier Racing Tire, Extreme Mufflers, FTK, Blud Lubricants, and West Evans Motorsports.

November 12, 2022 – “Inaugural Tribute to Billy Shuman” Adobe Mountain Speedway (Glendale, Ariz.) Results

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 86D Drake Edwards; Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 3AZ Chloe High; Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 20x Shon Deskins

B Feature (12 Laps): 1. 74 Dale Eliason, Jr.

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 86-Drake Edwards[1]; 2. 3AZ-Chloe High[2]; 3. 11-AJ Hernandez[5]; 4. 01-Nathan High[4]; 5. 74-Dale Eliason Jr[13]; 6. 7-Isaiah Vasquez[12]; 7. 22-Lonnie Oliver[9]; 8. 33AZ-Tyler High[11]; 9. 57-Kyle Huttenhow[6]; 10. 20-Kyle Hawse[14]; 11. 31-Todd Hawse[8]; 12. 51-JR Wood[16]; 13. (DNF) 32-Cory Brown[10]; 14. (DNF) 20X-Shon Deskins[3]; 15. (DNF) 82D-Dustin Cormany[7]; 16. (DNF) 48-Gary DeWitt[15]

 

 

Jacob Tuttle Out Duels Shawn Jones In A Stockton Thriller As Jake Morgan Claims 2022 Hunt Tour Championship

(PETERSEN MEDIA-Stockton, CA)- Shawn Jones looked to be well on his way to his second consecutive win with the Hunt Wingless Tour to close out the 2022 season. Jacob Tuttle had other ideas. Letting it all hang out in the final turn, Tuttle shocked the everyone, including himself, as he made a move to nip Jones at the line and claim his first ever win in a sprint car. While Tuttle celebrated immensely, Jake Morgan was also celebrating in victory lane as he claimed the series crown by simply starting the feature event.

Leading the field to green, Jones was a rocket ship early in the 25-lap season finale. Quickly working his way to a robust lead, Jones looked to have the field covered as he reached the back of the field.

With cars racing two and three wide in front of him, Jones’ pace was drastically slowed and it allowed second running Tuttle, and third running Shane Hopkins to close in on the leader only to see the caution flag fly and take the leaders out of traffic.

When the race restarted, Jones again was able to pull out to the lead, however this early green flag run saw Tuttle and Hopkins keep him in striking distance as the field navigated a rough and tumble racing surface.

Jones slowly opened his lead back up in the waning laps, and again had the field in check, but the back of the pack would shake things up.

As Jones got into traffic, Tuttle was again able to cut into his lead, but time appeared to be running out on any late race heroics.

Taking the white flag as the race leader, Jones still had a solid advantage over Tuttle, but heading into turn four cars slowed the leader down and Tuttle turned down and made it a drag race to the checkered flag where Tuttle nipped Jones be a fraction of a second to earn the win.

As Tuttle clipped Jones for the top spot, Shane Hopkins ran third, Nick Robfogel fourth, and 2022 Series Champion, Jake Morgan ran fifth.

While Morgan was crowned the Champion, Saturday night also capped off a strong Rookie campaign by Mark Hanson and he was officially named the 2022 Rookie of the Year.

A total of 28 cars checked in for the series finale in Stockton, CA and it was Shane Hopkins earning Dependable Crain Fast Time.

Jake Morgan won Benic Ent Heat 1 and essentially clinched the series title by doing so as Jones won Brown and Miller Heat 2, Tuttle King Racing Products Heat 3, and Braidon Moniz won Santomauro Heat 4.

Running fourth in the ‘A’, Robfogel was the Santomauro Hard Charger as he transferred from the ‘B’ and passed 13 cars in the feature event.

Josh Gillis was the MSR Hard Luck Award Winner, and Anthony Snow earned the BR Motorsports P.15 award as well as the Arbo Tec Best Presenting Feature Event Car.

By way of his move at the line, Tuttle earned the Vahlco Wheels Cool Move of the Night.


A Main Finishing Order

1. Jacob Tuttle #3F

2. Shawn Jones #14

3. Shane Hopkins #51

4. Nick Robfogel #3

5. Jake Morgan #7M

6. Jarrett Soares #12

7. Nick Larson #24N

8. Mark Hanson #79

9. Josh Young #79

10. Brent Steck #2STX

11. Evan Gularte #17M

12. Shawn Arriaga #32

13. Jacob Williams #13W

14. Braidon Moniz #22JR

15. Anthony Snow #17

16. Ka'imi Moniz-Costa #5

17. Eric Hopkins #B51

18. Trey Walters #7

19. Jordan Garretson #X

20. Keith Calvino #73

ON TAP: The Hunt Series has concluded their 2022 season.

WINNERS: Bradley Terrell (March 26th Petaluma Speedway), Jake Morgan (April 2nd Placerville Speedway), Daniel Whitley (May 21st Merced Speedway), Daniel Whitley May 28th Stockton Dirt Track), DJ Johnson (June 18th Marysville Raceway), Jake Morgan (July 16th Placerville Speedway), Bradley Terrell (August 20th Petaluma Speedway) Jake Morgan (Sept. 3rd Placerville Speedway) Shane Hopkins (Sept. 4th Placerville Speedway), Shawn Jones (September 7th Silver Dollar Speedway), Shawn Arriaga (October 1st Petaluma Speedway), Shawn Jones (October 8th Antioch Speedway), Jacob Tuttle (November 5th Stockton Dirt Track)

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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 saw Gleeson come back aboard. 2022 the series will be in action on 12 occasions as they visit five different Northern California venues.

 

 

Justin Sanders wins 6th career SCCT feature/ Andy Forsberg claims championship

Stockton, CA…Aromas, CA’s Justin Sanders fended off a late challenge from Shane Golobic to snag his third Sprint Car Challenge Tour victory of the season on Saturday at the Stockton Dirt Track.

Sanders and the Farmers Brewing Company/ Mittry Motorsports team took home $5,000 for their efforts thanks to extra money from High Sierra Industries, along with the Shop Kyle Larson Bonus Money. It was also his first victory in the 360 portion of the Tribute to Gary Patterson.

At the waving of the Ed Entz green flag it was Sanders who charged into the lead and ultimately pulled away to a sizeable advantage. For much of the contest he was able to put multiple lapped cars between himself and second place Golobic. Towards the end however, Sanders started to get caught up behind the slower traffic, which allowed Golobic the chance to close in.

Golobic got alongside the leader at one point, but Sanders held him off and eventually accepted the checkered flag for his third Sprint Car Challenge Tour presented by Elk Grove Ford and Abreu Vineyards triumph of the season. It marked his sixth career SCCT win, which places him in a tie with Dominic Scelzi for the second most all-time. Golobic, Fresno’s Dominic Scelzi, Heartland, Wisconsin’s Bill Balog and Oklahoma’s Ryan Timms rounded out the top-five.

Waco, Texas driver Chase Randall had nothing but problems all night long but got them figured out in time to earn the Pit Stop USA Hard Charger Award in the main event, carving his way from 21st to ninth.

Auburn’s Andy Forsberg ran a smooth race and finished in the eighth spot to bring home his first career SCCT championship. He becomes the third driver to do so, joining Kyle Hirst and Ryan Robinson. Forsberg, who also captured the Placerville Speedway title, wins the Russell Motorsports Double Down Bonus, giving him a total of $20,000 for both championships.

The Sprint Car Challenge Tour would like to thank Elk Grove Ford, Abreu Vineyards, Hoosier Racing Tires, Flo Racing, Shop Kyle Larson, Pit Stop USA, Tiner-Hirst Enterprise, BR Motorsports, King Racing Products, A.R.T. Speed Equipment, Bianchi Farms, D&D Roofing, Garth Moore Insurance and Financial Services, Quick Time Energy and Mortgage and High Sierra Industries for their support this season.

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SCCT 360 Sprints Results – Stockton Dirt Track

A Feature 30 Laps

1. 2X-Justin Sanders[2]; 2. 17W-Shane Golobic[4]; 3. 41-Dominic Scelzi[1]; 4. 7-Bill Balog[7]; 5. 5T-Ryan Timms[8]; 6. 16A-Colby Copeland[3]; 7. 75-Tony Gomes[6]; 8. 92-Andy Forsberg[5]; 9. 9-Chase Randall[21]; 10. 33-Dylan Bloomfield[10]; 11. 21X-Gauge Garcia[14]; 12. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez[15]; 13. 17-Chance Grasty[20]; 14. 14W-Ryan Robinson[11]; 15. 88A-Joey Ancona[9]; 16. X1-Michael Faccinto[12]; 17. 02-Ashton Torgerson[18]; 18. 83SA-Isaiah Vasquez[16]; 19. 33H-Eric Humphries[17]; 20. 32-Caden Sarale[13]; 21. 5H-Josh Wiesz[19]

Dash 6 Laps

1. 41-Dominic Scelzi[3]; 2. 2X-Justin Sanders[2]; 3. 16A-Colby Copeland[4]; 4. 17W-Shane Golobic[6]; 5. 92-Andy Forsberg[5]; 6. (DNS) 75-Tony Gomes

Heat 1 8 Laps

1. 75-Tony Gomes[2]; 2. 7-Bill Balog[1]; 3. 41-Dominic Scelzi[4]; 4. 14W-Ryan Robinson[3]; 5. 32-Caden Sarale[5]; 6. 33H-Eric Humphries[7]; 7. 5H-Josh Wiesz[6]

Heat 2 8 Laps

1. 92-Andy Forsberg[2]; 2. 16A-Colby Copeland[4]; 3. 88A-Joey Ancona[1]; 4. 33-Dylan Bloomfield[3]; 5. 21X-Gauge Garcia[5]; 6. 02-Ashton Torgerson[7]; 7. 17-Chance Grasty[6]

Heat 3 8 Laps

1. 17W-Shane Golobic[1]; 2. 5T-Ryan Timms[2]; 3. 2X-Justin Sanders[4]; 4. X1-Michael Faccinto[3]; 5. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez[6]; 6. 83SA-Isaiah Vasquez[5]; 7. 9-Chase Randall[7]

Qualifying 1

1. 41-Dominic Scelzi, 00:13.405[5]; 2. 7-Bill Balog, 00:13.504[6]; 3. 75-Tony Gomes, 00:13.603[2]; 4. 14W-Ryan Robinson, 00:13.809[1]; 5. 32-Caden Sarale, 00:13.833[3]; 6. 5H-Josh Wiesz, 00:13.922[4]; 7. 33H-Eric Humphries, 00:14.012[7]

Qualifying 2

1. 16A-Colby Copeland, 00:13.433[7]; 2. 88A-Joey Ancona, 00:13.578[3]; 3. 92-Andy Forsberg, 00:13.763[1]; 4. 33-Dylan Bloomfield, 00:13.991[2]; 5. 21X-Gauge Garcia, 00:14.014[6]; 6. 17-Chance Grasty, 00:14.136[5]; 7. 02-Ashton Torgerson, 00:14.213[4]

Qualifying 3

1. 2X-Justin Sanders, 00:13.637[1]; 2. 17W-Shane Golobic, 00:13.684[2]; 3. 5T-Ryan Timms, 00:13.739[3]; 4. X1-Michael Faccinto, 00:13.888[6]; 5. 83SA-Isaiah Vasquez, 00:13.990[7]; 6. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez, 00:14.064[5]; 7. 9-Chase Randall, 00:14.064[4]

 

 

MADDINGTON TOYOTA SPRINTCAR SERIES

Saturday, November 5, 2022

Dayne Kingshott claimed the second round of the 2022-23 Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Series Championship at the Perth Motorplex on Saturday night - and in doing so, claimed his second ever sprintcar feature.

He parked the Krikke Motorsport in victory lane in the City of Kwinana Westernapolis after crossing the line ahead of Robbie Farr and David Priolo.

Earlier in the night Kingshott was quickest in his qualifying group and then he took a third in his heat race, starting the feature race from P3.

Jason Kendrick and Callum Williamson started on the front row after winning the A and B Dashes respectively.

It was Williamson who had the better of the starts and Kingshott quickly elevated himself to second.

Farr, who started from P3, also got by Kendrick early on as the W11 found himself back in fourth spot and under pressure from James Inglis and last-round winner Kye Scroop.

Only a few laps were in the books when Williamson was up into traffic and a couple of laps later the caution lights came on when George Eaton spun in turns 1-2.

On the restart it was Williamson from Kingshott, Farr, Inglis and Kendrick.

On the next green Inglis was on a charge and went under Farr for third, while Scroop and Andrew Priolo had a moment on the approach to the main straight, seeing Scroop head infield with a cut down left rear tyre, while Priolo was able to regroup and continue in the fight.

Inglis was then locked in a battle for second with Kingshott with 10 laps in the book.

With 17 laps to go Williamson spun in the first turn up high on the track and Inglis, who was still in third, had nowhere to go and slid into him backwards.

It was the end of the show for Williamson who looked very strong, while Inglis was able to get a restart at the back of the field.

The next restart saw Kingshott elevated to the lead from Farr, Kendrick, David Priolo and Brad Maiolo.

Priolo was quickly on the back of Kendrick and after running in close quarters for a couple of laps, he made the telling move - and at the same time Kingshott was moving forward while in traffic.

With nine laps remaining Brad Maiolo made the move to fourth over Kendrick, showing plenty of pace.

There was another caution period with seven laps remaining when Troy Lawson pulled up on the back straight after the front left wheel separated from the car.

At this point Inglis was up to eighth, a great effort after he had to come from the back of the field and he was locked into a great battle with Andrew Priolo and Kris Coyle.

Kendrick got the spot back over Maiolo on the last lap to reclaim fourth, but all eyes were on Kingshott who took the popular win.

It was a great result for the W2 that has looked fast in both outings so far this season.

In round one Kingshott dropped a heat and had to start from p21 before he raced up 11 spots to finish 10th.

Farr showed what he is capable of and it was a great start to his WA campaign in the Jason Pryde Motorsport V14.

David Priolo also showed plenty of pace for his podium placing - a great turnaround after also looking fast at the season opener, only to be let down by steering issues.

Kendrick’s fourth means he has banked more solid points, on the back of his second in the first feature race two weeks earlier.

Maiolo’s fifth meant he had moved up seven spots and it is more good points in the bank after he finished ninth at the last show,

Andrew Priolo finished sixth after starting from seven while Inglis, who originally started from p6 and then had to go to the rear of the field, raced up to eighth - a great outcome.

Mitchell Wormall took ninth, moving up five spots, while Ryan Lancaster was 19th, moving up one spot.

Taylor Milling came from p15 to take 11th after earlier in the night he set the Victory 1 Performance Quick Time award.

Fuel nozzle issues in his heat race saw him post a DNF and undo all the good work, but he looked racy in the Midpack Madness where he went from eighth to third.

Jason Pryde took 12th after starting from p16 and the only other finisher was George Eaton who moved up five spots from p18.

AJ Nash was the highest-placed non-finisher and joined Lawson, Williamson, Trent Pigdon, Scroop and Jaydee Dack on the infield.

Rookie driver Nathan Swan was a non-starter.

The next round of the series will be the Scardifields Smash Repairs King of Wings at the Perth Motorplex on Saturday, November 19.

Dack was the winner of the Hoosier right rear tyre draw for this round.

RESULTS

Qualifying group 1: Taylor Milling 13.700, Robbie Farr 13.971, Jason Kendrick 14.092, Brad Maiolo 14.094, Troy Lawson 14.397, Kris Coyle 14.418, AJ Nash 14.534.

Qualifying group 2: Kye Scroop 14.033, James Inglis 14.059, Ryan Lancaster 14.066, Jaydee Dack 14.212, Mitchell Wormall 14.466, Jason Pryde 14.515, Nathan Swan 16.196.

Qualifying group 3: Dayne Kingshott 13.850, David Priolo 13.982, Callum Williamson 14.220, Andrew Priolo 14.262, Trent Pigdon 14.278, George Eaton 15.835.

Heat 1: 1st Jason Kendrick, 2nd Robbie Farr, 3rd Brad Maiolo, 4th Kris Coyle, 5th AJ Nash, 6th Troy Lawson. DNF: Taylor Milling.

Heat 2: 1st Jaydee Dack, 2nd Kye Scroop, 3rd James Inglis, 4th Ryan Lancaster, 5th Mitchell Wormall, 6th Jason Pryde, 7th Nathan Swan.

Heat 3: 1st Callum Williamson, 2nd David Priolo, 3rd Dayne Kingshott, 4th Andrew Priolo, 5th Trent Pigdon, 6th George Eaton.

A Dash: 1st Jason Kendrick, 2nd Robbie Farr, 3rd Kye Scroop, 4th Andrew Priolo, 5th Jaydee Dack, 6th Ryan Lancaster.

B Dash: 1st Callum Williamson, 2nd Dayne Kingshott, 3rd James Inglis, 4th David Priolo, 5th Trent Pigdon, 6th Brad Maiolo,

Midpack Madness: 1st Kris Coyle, 2nd Mitchell Wormall, 3rd Taylor Milling, 4th Jason Pryde, 5th AJ Nash, 6th George Eaton, 7th Troy Lawson, 8th Nathan Swan.

Feature: 1st Dayne Kingshott, 2nd Robbie Farr, 3rd David Priolo, 4th Jason Kendrick, 5th Brad Maiolo, 6th Andrew Priolo, 7th Kris Coyle, 8th James Inglis, 9th Mitchell Wormall, 10th Ryan Lancaster, 11th Taylor Milling, 12th Jason Pryde, 13th George Eaton. DNF: AJ Nash, Troy Lawson, Callum Williamson, Trent Pigdon, Kye Scroop and Jaydee Dack. DNS: Nathan Swan.

What’s next?

Rd3: November 19

Scardifields Smash Repairs King of Kings - Perth Motorplex

Rd4: December 3:

WA Sprintcar Championship - John Day Classic - Perth Motorplex

 

 

BLAKE BOWER CLAIMS 2022 WESTERN MIDGET RACING CHAMPIONSHIP WITH VENTURA WIN

Ventura, Calif. (October 30, 2022) – Brentwood’s Blake Bower completed his claim on back-to-back Western Midget Racing presented by Masters Design and Construction championships on Saturday night, earning his 12th win of the season at Ventura Raceway. The best 12 finishes format leaves Bower with a perfect 600-point score, adding to his incredible run in the series.

Gary Dewitt of Mesa, Ariz., Bower, and Lodi, Calif.’s Nate Wait split the three eight-lap heat races for WMR at the dirt track adjacent to the Pacific Ocean. A zero-inversion placed Dewitt and Bower on the front row for the 20-lap main event.

Dewitt, in his just fourth career start, drove in alongside Bower into turn one but Bower drove into the lead. Todd Hawse of Moorpark anchored a battle for the second position throughout the race up until lap 17, when he was challenged by Wait and Oakley’s Bryant Bell.

Bower drove to a 1.058 second victory while his teammate Bell finished second. Wait held off Nathan High of Goodyear, Ariz. for third with Isaiah Vasquez of Rio Linda rounding out the top-five finishers. Todd Hawse ended up finishing ninth while DeWitt was tenth.

The 12-win campaign for Bower includes a victory at Adobe Mountain Speedway to open the year, five Ocean Speedway victories, two wins each at Ventura and Petaluma, and single wins at Antioch and Marysville.

Although Bower has the championship decided, the rest of the 2022 WMR season is far from over with tight battles throughout the top-ten. Those battles will culminate with the season finale on November 12 at Adobe Mountain Speedway in Glendale, Ariz. for the inaugural Tribute to Billy Shuman paying $1,500 to the winner.

For more information on Western Midget Racing, visit them at www.WesternMidgetRacing.com or follow them on Facebook!

Western Midget Racing is presented by: Masters Design and Construction, Rockwell Security, Rams Racing, Hoosier Racing Tire, Extreme Mufflers, FTK, Blud Lubricants, and West Evans Motorsports.

October 29, 2022 – Ventura Raceway (Ventura, Calif.) Results

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 48 Gary Dewitt; Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 9 Blake Bower; Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 20w Nate Wait

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 9 Blake Bower, 2. 09 Bryant Bell, 3. 20w Nate Wait, 4. 01 Nathan High, 5. 35x Isaiah Vasquez, 6. 96x Logan Mitchell, 7. 33 Tyler High, 8. 11 AJ Hernandez, 9. 31 Todd Hawse, 10. 48 Gary Dewitt, 11. 20 Kyle Hawse, 12. 76 Brandon Head, 13. 7a Terry Nichols, 14. 12k Rob Alexander, 15. 3az Chloe High

 

 

A Classic Night for Hall

By Phil Michell Motorsport Media

Racing returned to the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway on Saturday night (October 29) with Round 3 of the Ausloans Finance Strathalbyn Track Championship featuring six racing classes with the main events being the V6 Sprints Zeke Agars Classic, the Blackjack Speedcar Series and Wingless Sprints.

The Zeke Agars Classic is one of the “Triple Crown” V6 Sprints events of the season with 10 cars fronting for action but unfortunately the field was quickly reduced to 8 with a multi car accident in turn 1 of the opening heat. Chris Quinlan slammed the wall hard ending his night while Renee Pfeiler would also be forced out. The accident resulted in a lengthy delay with the heat being re-run later in the night.

When the V6 Sprints returned it was a Nick Hall benefit race as he remained undefeated all night and won the 15-lap final by over 6 seconds. John Pfeiler was the best of the rest as he finished second ahead of Jordan Grillet, Kym Simon, Archie Fabien, Nathan Johns and Brenton Phillips.

The biggest field of Wingless Sprints ever seen at a club event at Murray Bridge contested Round 3 of the Track Championship with 36 drivers in attendance. The heats were action packed with 12 car heats with heat wins going the way of Jack McCarthy (2), Kirby Hillyer, Nate Trewin, Ryan Alexander and Tyson Martin.

After winning his two heat races McCarthy continued his winning form as he led all 25-laps in the final to back up his win from a week prior at Renmark. Second place went to Tyson Martin, who chased McCarthy for the entire race distance, with Ryan Alexander having a strong run to finish third. Mount Gambier’s Mitch Broome, Nate Trewin, Rylan Furler, Darryl Knuckey, Keke Falland, who came out of the B-main, William Caruso and Jordon Bolitho completed the top 10.

Throughout the night there were a number of incidents including Ross Miller, who rolled his #24 machine in heat four in turn two while Harley Alexander rode out a car destroying wreck in turn three after tagging the wall in the A-main. At the time Alexander was charging hard challenging Mitch Broome for fourth with 10 laps remaining.

The Speedcars saw a field of 8 cars in the pit area for the opening round of the Blackjack Series with drivers from four states. The local contingent comprised of four entries including Jack McCarthy and Brendan Zadow, who were both making their competition debut.

The opening heat of the night would see Victorian Nick Parker take the win ahead of Robert Heard and McCarthy while heat two was taken out by Dillon Ghent over Parker and Heard in what was without doubt the race of the night. The 20-lap final would see Parker continue on his winning way as he crossed the line ahead of Ghent, McCarthy, Heard, Brayden Willmington (NSW), Garth Thompson (NT) and Zadow. But post-race Ghent was put back two spots elevating McCarthy and Heard up a spot. The Speedcars will return to the track on November 19.

The second round of the State Series for Formula 500’s saw plenty of action from the 9 drivers who took to the track with Bordertown’s Patrick Merrett taking a surprise win. In all Merrett only led 1 lap but it was the one that counted as he edged out Corey Jones by 0.031 of a second. Third place went to Richard Schmidt who was leading until the final lap when he suffered a front-end failure but he was still able to limp home. Brendan Zadow appeared to be on his way to a convincing win until he rode out a big crash in turn two on lap seven after he made contact attempting to lap the slower car of Ryan Harry.

In the remaining events Mildura’s Darren McCarthy dominated the small field of AMCA Nationals while Lucas Warnett defeated Lachlan Brown and Cameron Smith in the Junior Sedan Top Stars and Summer Gesell was victorious over Evan McAllister and Ryan Burns in the New Stars.

The Speedway action will continue this Saturday night (November 5) with Sprintcars, Wingless Sprints, the SA Modified Sedans Series, Super Sedans, Street Stocks, AMCA’s and Junior Sedans. Currently the Sprintcar nomination list includes the likes of dual Australian Champion David Murcott, Luke Dillon, Matt Egel, Ryan Jones, Daniel Pestka, Hayden Pitt, Steven Caruso and young Victorian Todd Hobson.

 

 

Westfall Repeats as Non-Wing Sprint Feature Winner;

Nusbaum Tops the Modifieds;

Bishop Wins the Sportsman Stock Feature

And Gamblin Is Triumphant in the Hornets

In Final Night of Fall Festival of Speed

At Gas City I-69 Speedway Saturday Night

GAS CITY, Ind., Oct. 23 — Matt Westfall of Pleasant Hill, Ohio repeated his winning ways of Friday night by posting his third non-wing 410 sprint car feature victory of the season at Gas City I-69 Speedway Saturday night. He earned $3,000 for winning the 25-lap main event during the second half of the two-day, fourth annual Fall Festival of Speed, which put an exclamation point on the 2022 season for the quarter-mile dirt track.

Dillon Nusbaum of Warsaw, Ind., was triumphant in the 20-lap UMP modified feature. Andy Bishop of Gas City was the star of the show in the 15-lap sportsman stock feature, while Josh Gamblin of Kokomo, Ind., dominated the 15-lap hornet feature.

Westfall had to pass Anton Hernandez of West Lafayette, Ind., twice before he sealed up his victory on Saturday, but ironically the other three feature winners led every lap of their respective main events. Although all three are stars at Gas City like Westfall in their divisions, it was the first Gas City feature victory of the season for all three too.

Despite big fields and stiff competition, all four feature winners also won their qualifying heats.

Non-Wing Sprint Cars

Westfall started on the pole in the sprint car feature in his familiar yellow Ray Marshall Motorsports No. 33M, which is a DRC chassis with a Gressman-prepped Chevy engine. The team is sponsored by Buckeye Machine, Hempy Water and All Star Performance.

Hernandez, who started second, led the first lap. Westfall took command on lap two, but the pace slowed with three laps down due to the first of two caution flags.

Westfall continued to lead following the restart, but Hernandez powered into first place on lap five with his Benic Enterprises No. 2B. By lap 10 Hernandez had a 1.222-second lead over Westfall, while Geoff Ensign of Sebastopol, Calif., ran in third place followed by Harley Burns of Stearleyville, Ind., and Tye Mihocko of Peoria, Ariz.

Westfall had cut Hernandez’s advantage to just 0.505 of a second on lap 14 when the second yellow waved. Ensign was still third at that point, but Mihocko had wrestled fourth away from Burns on lap 11.

Westfall retook the lead from Hernandez on the restart and led the final 10 laps. He had about a 1-second lead for most of them, but on the last lap Mihocko passed Hernandez to nail down second, and Westfall had a huge 2.046-second margin of victory. Mihocko also finished second on Friday night.

Hernandez finished third on Saturday followed by Ensign and Burns.

UMP Modifieds

Nobody could catch Nusbaum in the 20-lap modified feature. The 2018 track champion lined up fourth, got a terrific start, and led the whole race despite one yellow with four laps down that closed up the field.

Jimmy Hayden of Coatesville, Ind., was second in the early going but he ran into problems with four laps down which brought out the race’s only caution flag. That gave second to Tyler Loughmiller of Brazil, Ind., who chased Nusbaum for the next 15 laps to no avail.

Clayton Bryant of Yoder, Ind., passed Brian Ruhlman of Clarke Lake, Mich., for third at the halfway point and finished in the show position. Ruhlman placed fourth and Todd Sherman of Churubusco, Ind., rounded out the top five in the 20-car field.

Nusbaum’s car is sponsored in part by Elliott’s Custom Trailers and Carts, Head Racing Engines, Weston Skies Travel Agency and Dairy Queen of Plymouth, Ind.

Sportsman Stocks

Bishop started second in the 15-lap sportsman stocks main event in his Thompson Trucking/R & R Transmission No. 14B and led all the way despite several yellows that wiped out his advantage.

Ryan Freeland of North Salem, Ind., ran in second place from the start until lap nine, when Josh Litton of Paragon, Ind., took the runner-up position. Litton couldn’t do anything with Bishop either, and he was 0.556 of a second behind Bishop’s No. 14B at the checkered flag.

Freeland finished third followed by the winningest driver in track history, James Headley of Marion, Ind., and Reece Novak of Gosport, Ind.

Hornets

Gamblin had the smallest margin of victory of all the feature winners, just 0.288 of a second, but he led all 15 laps of the hornet main event with his No. 19 Honda Civic after starting second. The 34-year-old alignment technician’s car is sponsored by Knight and Son Heating and Cooling, Worldwide Jewelry and Pawn, Backyard Builders, City Tire, Uniques by Mary and Jonsey’s Lawn Care.

Gamblin had a big lead of 1.972 seconds over polesitter Kaleb Hinkley of Fremont, Ind., when a yellow flew with 12 laps down to muddy the waters. Jerry Manns of Angola, Ind., was third at the time, as he had taken that spot from Topher Hillman of Camby, Ind., on lap four.

Hinkley ran second for the whole race and finished in that position, just inches behind at the finish. Manns placed third. Jeremy Jones of Gas City passed Hillman on lap eight and finished fourth, while Hillman rounded out the top five in the largest hornet field of the year at Gas City.

Additional Info

For more information during the off-season see the track’s social media outlets, as the track’s website is undergoing some changes. It is on Facebook (GasCitySpeedwayOnTheGas) and Twitter (@GasCitySpeedway).

Gas City I-69 Speedway is located on State Road 22, approximately a half-mile west of exit 259 of Interstate 69, about halfway between Indianapolis and Fort Wayne, Ind.

The results:

Non-Wing Sprint Group 1 Qualifying: 1. Corey Smith, 13.328; 2. Robert Ballou, 13.376; 3. Dustin Ingle, 13.525; 4. Corbin Gurley, 13.571; 5. Jack Hoyer, 13.589; 6. Thomas Meseraull, 13.621; 7. Gabriel Gilbert, 13.900; 8. Colin Grissom, 13.905; 9. George Gaertner, 15.201.

Non-Wing Sprint Group 2 Qualifying: 1. Travis Berryhill, 12.817; 2. Geoff Ensign, 12.917; 3. Rylan Gray, 13.055; 4. Keith Sheffer, 13.159; 5. Travis Mahoney, 13.463; 6. Cody Williams, 13.601; 7. Bryce Andrews, 13.728; 8. William Huck, 13.813; 9. Kevin Newton, 13.825; 10. Tom Eller, 14.993.

Non-Wing Sprint Group 3 Qualifying: 1. Jake Swanson, 12.307; 2. Zack Pretorius, 12.551; 3. Anton Hernandez, 12.596; 4. Billy Lawless, 12.847; 5. Alec Sipes, 12.894; 6. Brian Hayden, 12.905; 7. Tye Mihocko, 12.951; 8. Clayton Rossman, 13.079.

Non-Wing Sprint Group 4 Qualifying: 1. Kyle Shipley, 12.206; 2. Paul Dues, 12.506; 3. Brayden Clark, 12.748; 4. Matt Westfall, 13.051; 5. Travis Hery, 13.084; 6. Devan Myers, 13.455; 7. Josh Davidson, 14.743; 8. James Boice, 14.902; 9. Rodney Hurst, NT.

Non-Wing Sprint Group 5 Qualifying: 1. Steve Irwin, 12.335; 2. Harley Burns, 12.717; 3. Derek Crane, 12.843; 4. Unknown; 5. Mitch Wissmiller, 12.965; 6. Ivan Glotzbach, 13.107; 7. Brian Ruhlman, 13.115; 8. Zach Hanson, 13.964; 9. Dylan Chambers, NT.

Non-Wing Sprint Lucky Dash (4 laps): 1. Matt Westfall, 2. Brian Ruhlman, 3. Paul Dues, 4. Rodney Hurst.

IRA Sprints Lucky Dash (4 laps): 1. Clayton Rossman, 2. Tom Eller, 3. Bryce Andrews.

Non-Wing Sprint Heat 1 (8 laps, 3 transferred): 1. Robert Ballou, 2. Dustin Ingle, 3. Corbin Gurley, 4. Jack Hoyer, 5. Colin Grissom, 6. Thomas Meseraull, 7. Gabriel Gilbert, 8. Corey Smith, 9. George Gaertner, 10. David Gross.

Non-Wing Sprint Heat 2 (8 laps, 3 transferred): 1. Geoff Ensign, 2. Keith Sheffer, 3. Travis Berryhill, 4. Rylan Gray, 5. Travis Mahoney, 6. Cody Williams, 7. Kevin Newton, 8. William Huck, 9. Bryce Andrews, 10. Tom Eller.

Non-Wing Sprint Heat 3 (8 laps, 3 transferred): 1. Anton Hernandez, 2. Tye Mihocko, 3. Jake Swanson, 4. Alec Sipes, 5. Brian Hayden, 6. Matt Goodnight, 7. Clayton Rossman, 8. Billy Lawless, 9. Zack Pretorius.

Non-Wing Sprint Heat 4 (8 laps, 3 transferred): 1. Matt Westfall, 2. Kyle Shipley, 3. Paul Dues, 4. Brayden Clark, 5. Travis Hery, 6. Devan Myers, 7. Josh Davidson, 8. James Boice, 9. Rodney Hurst.

Non-Wing Sprint Heat 5 (8 laps, 3 transferred): 1. Harley Burns, 2. Steve Irwin, 3. Derek Crane, 4. Ivan Glotzbach, 5. Jack James, 6. Brian Ruhlman, 7. Dylan Chambers, 8. Mitch Wissmiller, 9. Zach Hanson.

Non-Wing Sprint B-Main 1 (10 laps, 3 transferred): 1. Thomas Meseraull, 2. Jack Hoyer, 3. Corey Smith, 4. Alec Sipes, 5. Brian Ruhlman, 6. Mitch Wissmiller, 7. Matt Goodnight, 8. Travis Hery, 9. Billy Lawless, 10. Kevin Newton, 11. Travis Mahoney, 12. Ivan Glotzbach, 13. David Gross, 14. Josh Davidson, 15. Bryce Andrews.

Non-Wing Sprint B-Main 2 (10 laps, 3 transferred): 1. Brayden Clark, 2. Rylan Gray, 3. Devan Myers, 4. Colin Grissom, 5. Brian Hayden, 6. Clayton Rossman, 7. Dylan Chambers, 8. Cody Williams, 9. Tom Eller, 10. Gabriel Gilbert, 11. Jack James, 12. George Gaertner, 13. James Boice, 14. William Huck, 15. Zach Pretorius, 16. Zach Hanson.

Non-Wing Sprint Feature (25 laps, with starting position in parenthesis): 1. Matt Westfall (1); 2. Tye Mihocko (8); 3. Anton Hernandez (2); 4. Geoff Ensign (3); 5. Harley Burns (5); 6. Dustin Ingle (6); 7. Jake Swanson (13); 8. Thomas Meseraull (16); 9. Devan Myers (21); 10. Rylan Gray (19); 11. Robert Ballou (4); 12. Jack Hoyer (18); 13. Steve Irwin (10); 14. Corey Smith (20); 15. Kyle Shipley (9); 16. Paul Dues (14); 17. Travis Berryhill (12); 18. Keith Sheffer (7); 19. Brayden Clark (17); 20. Corbin Gurley (11); 21. Derek Crane (15).

Lap Leaders: Lap 1, Hernandez; laps 2-4, Westfall; laps 5-14, Hernandez; laps 15-25, Westfall.

Margin of Victory: 2.046 seconds.

Fastest Race Lap: Hernandez, 13.991, lap 5.

UMP Modified Qualifying Session 1: 1. Levi Kissinger, 13.415; 2. Todd Sherman, 13.545; 3. Steven Hogue, 13.792; 4. Kenny Charmichael, 13.833; 5. Tony Anderson, 13.861; 6. Josh Lolmaugh, 14.013; 7. Craig Walker, 14.551.

UMP Modified Qualifying Session 2: 1. Jimmy Hayden, 13.578; 2. Corey Bevard, 13.658; 3. Tyler Loughmiller, 14.011; 4. Scott Carrington, 14.107; 5. Wayne Gibson, 14.322; 6. Dan Snyder, 14.824; 7. Cameron Bland, 15.103.

UMP Modified Qualifying Session 3: 1. Brian Ruhlman, 13.247; 2. Scott Orr, 13.635; 3. Clayton Bryant, 13.666; 4. Andy Bishop, 13.693; 5. Josh Betts, 13.755; 6. Todd Gnat, 13.755; 7. Rick Swartout, 13.895.

UMP Modified Qualifying Session 4: 1. Nick Richards, 13.273; 2. Dillon Nusbaum, 13.390; 3. Jerry Bland Jr. 13.808; 4. Jeffery Jessup, 13.891; 5. Austin Dryer, 14.399; 6. Tom Buckingham, 14.527; 7. Bryce Shidler, 15.288.

UMP Modified Lucky Dash (4 laps): 1. Scott Carrington, 2. Jerry Bland Jr., 3. Rick Swartout, 4. Craig Walker.

UMP Modified Heat 1 (8 laps, 4 transferred): 1. Levi Kissinger, 2. Kenny Charmichael, 3. Josh Lolmaugh, 4. Todd Sherman, 5. Tony Anderson, 6. Steven Hogue, 7. Craig Walker.

UMP Modified Heat 2 (8 laps, 4 transferred): 1. Jimmy Hayden, 2. Tyler Loughmiller, 3. Corey Bevard, 4. Wayne Gibson, 5. Scott Carrington, 6. Cameron Bland, 7. Dan Snyder.

UMP Modified Heat 3 (8 laps, 4 transferred): 1. Brian Ruhlman, 2. Clayton Bryant, 3. Scott Orr, 4. Andy Bishop, 5. Rick Swartout, 6. Josh Betts, 7. Todd Gnat.

UMP Modified Heat 4 (8 laps, 4 transferred): 1. Dillon Nusbaum, 2. Nick Richards, 3. Bryce Shidler, 4. Tom Buckingham, 5. Jerry Bland Jr. 6. Austin Dryer, 7. Jeffery Jessup.

UMP Modified B-Main (10 laps, 4 transferred): 1. Tony Anderson, 2. Rick Swartout, 3. Steven Hogue, 4. Jerry Bland Jr., 5. Josh Betts, 6. Scott Carrington, 7. Todd Gnat, 8. Cameron Bland, 9. Dan Snyder, 10. Austin Dryer, 11. Craig Walker, 12. Jeffery Jessup.

UMP Modified Feature (20 laps, with starting position in parenthesis): 1. Dillon Nusbaum (4); 2. Tyler Loughmiller (6); 3. Clayton Bryant (7); 4. Brian Ruhlman (3); 5. Todd Sherman (13); 6. Kenny Charmichael (5); 7. Scott Orr (11); 8. Levi Kissinger (2); 9. Tony Anderson (17); 10. Nick Richards (8); 11. Corey Bevard (10); 12. Andy Bishop (15); 13. Wayne Gibson (14); 14. Jerry Bland Jr. (20); 15. Jimmy Hayden (1); 16. Steven Hogue (19); 17. Rick Swartout (18); 18. Bryce Shidler (12); 19. Tom Buckingham (16); 20. Josh Lolmaugh (9).

Lap Leaders: Laps 1-20, Nusbaum.

Margin of Victory: 2.990 seconds.

Fastest Race Lap: Nusbaum, 14.142, lap 4.

Sportsman Stocks Group 1 Qualifying: 1. Bill Lewis, 14.728; 2. Reece Novak, 14.857; 3. Josh Litton, 14.867; 4. Ryan Freeland, 15.092; 5. Matthew Baker, 15.535; 6. Gerald Mullenix, 15.579; 7. Brent Sutton, 15.619; 8. Ron Flaugh, 15.809; 9. Mark Wooten, 16.273; 10. Jeremy Cox, 18.521.

Sportsman Stocks Group 2 Qualifying: 1. Andy Bishop, 14.661; 2. Jarrod Klay, 14.736; 3. Terri Lynn Murphy, 14.966; 4. James Headley, 15.129; 5. Marty French, 15.171; 6. Derrick Dennis, 15.620; 7. Dan Wooten, 16.201; 8. Hunter Ruckel, 16.232; 9. Chris Tressler, 17.099.

Sportsman Stocks Lucky Dash (4 laps): 1. Andy Bishop, 2. Marty French, 3. Gerald Mullenix, 4. James Headley.

Sportsman Stocks Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. Ryan Freeland, 2. Josh Litton, 3. Bill Lewis, 4. Matthew Baker, 5. Ron Flaugh, 6. Mark Wooten, 7. Gerald Mullenix, 8. Reece Novak, 9. Jeremy Cox, 10. Brent Sutton.

Sportsman Stocks Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. Andy Bishop, 2. Terri Lynn Murphy, 3. James Headley, 4. Marty French, 5. Derrick Dennis, 6. Dan Wooten, 7. Jarrod Klay, 8. Hunter Ruckel, 9. Chris Tressler, 10. Justin Ralston.

Sportsman Stocks Feature (15 laps, with starting position in parenthesis): 1. Andy Bishop (2); 2. Josh Litton (3); 3. Ryan Freeland (1); 4. James Headley (6); 5. Reece Novak (15); 6. Terri Lynn Murphy (4); 7. Matthew Baker (7); 8. Derrick Dennis (10); 9. Marty French (8); 10. Dan Wooten (12); 11. Ron Flaugh (9); 12. Jarrod Klay (14); 13. Gerald Mullenix (13); 14. Hunter Ruckel (16); 15. Justin Ralston (20); 16. Jeremy Cox (17); 17. Mark Wooten (11); 18. Chris Tressler (18); 19. Bill Lewis (5 but DNS); 20. Brent Sutton (19 but DNS).

Lap Leaders: Laps 1-15, Bishop.

Margin of Victory: 0.556 seconds.

Fastest Race Lap: Bishop, 14.691 seconds, lap 4.

Hornet Qualifying Group 1: 1. Jeremy Jones, 16.489; 2. Topher Hillman, 16.515; 3. Greg Marlow, 17.046; 4. Chris Hillman, 17.205; 5. Tony Luttrell, 17.237; 6. Jesse Arenas, 17.401; 7. Tra Smith, 17.483.

Hornet Qualifying Group 2: 1. Alexes Spaulding, 16.849; 2. Josh Gamblin, 16.849; 3. Tommy Mayworm, 16.942; 4. Dale Hayes, 17.363; 5. Cody Clark, 18.289; 6. Hunter Rasmussen, 18.465; 7. Brad Goodwin, 20.953.

Hornet Qualifying Group 3: 1. Brandon Lines, 16.802; 2. Jerry Manns, 16.848; 3. Mick Lumley, 16.989; 4. Kaleb Hinkley, 17.231; 5. Kirby Stevens, 18.137; 6. Mike Wagner, 18.679; 7. Nick Springer, 19.420.

Hornet Lucky Dash (4 laps): 1. Josh Gamblin, 2. Jerry Manns, 3. Mike Wagner, 4. Hunter Rasmussen.

Hornet Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. Topher Hillman, 2. Jesse Arenas, 3. Jeremy Jones,4. Tra Smith, 5. Greg Marlow, 6. Tony Luttrell, 7. Chris Hillman.

Hornet Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. Josh Gamblin, 2. Alexes Spaulding, 3. Cody Clark, 4. Hunter Rasmussen, 5. Brad Goodwin, 6. Dale Hayes, 7. Tommy Mayworm.

Hornet Heat 3 (8 laps): 1. Kaleb Hinkley, 2. Jerry Manns, 3. Mick Lumley, 4. Brandon Lines, 5. Kirby Stevens, 6. Mike Wagner, 7. Nick Springer.

Hornet Feature (15 laps, with starting position in parenthesis): 1. Josh Gamlin (2); 2. Kaleb Hinkley (1); 3. Jerry Manns (6); 4. Jeremy Jones (7); 5. Topher Hillman (3); 6. Dale Hayes (17); 7. Jesse Arenas (4); 8. Alexes Spaulding (5); 9. Kirby Stevens (15); 10. Hunter Rasmussen (11); 11. Tony Luttrell (16); 12. Nick Springer (21); 13. Brad Goodwin (14); 14. Brandon Lines (12); 15. Cody Clark (8); 16. Mick Lumley (9); 17. Mike Wagner (18); 18. Tra Smith (10); 19. Greg Marlow (13); 20. Chris Hillman (19); 21. Tommy Mayworm (20).

Lap Leaders: Laps 1-15, Gamblin.

Margin of Victory: 0.288 seconds.

Fastest Race Lap: Gamblin, 15.659 seconds, lap 4.

 

 

Golobic Wins Title, Wise Wins Main

by Ron Rodda

Tulare CA...The Abreu Vineyards 28th Trophy Cup Presented By Rudeen Racing had 75 cars return for the final night at Tulare Thunderbowl Raceway. One driver was to be named champion and earn a guaranteed $28,000 for accumulating the most points.

But four drivers had a chance for a bonus ranging from $22,000 to $2000 dependent on starting in rows nine or ten for the 50-lap finale. If any of those four won the race and title, the bonus earned was based on starting position.

No qualifying was needed as the better of the two preliminary race nights points determined lineups. A trio of D mains moved a dozen to the straight up C main. Four from the C moved to the invert six B main which added four to the invert twenty A main.

After the D mains the top 48 in points competed in six heat races fully inverted by points. These heats were 36 points to win with a three point drop per position.

With heats adding points to the preliminary night points, the top 20 in points moved directly to the A main, 21 through 40 went to the B main, and 41 to 48 were C main bound.

Starting in the A main guarantees $5000 minimum payout for all three nights.

Shane Golobic had the best heat race with a third place finish moving him from third to first in points, making him the driver eligible for a $50,000 payout to win. Tyler Courtney finished fourth in his heat to maintain second in points and eligible for a $40,000 check to win the main and title.

Kyle Hirst dropped to third in points by finishing sixth in a heat and would collect $35,000 for winning the main and championship. Corey Day and Ryan Timms remained in fourth and fifth.

The big finale had Tony Gomes and Zeb Wise on the front row for the 150 points main with a three point drop per position.

Wise led initially with Gomes and Kalib Henry in pursuit. Henry passed Wise on the front stretch on lap 14 and led five laps before Wise used a turn two slider to regain the lead. Chase Randall got third with a low line turn one pass on lap 26.

The planned fuel stop came after 29 nonstop laps and Golobic was 10th and Courtney 14th but the point battle doesn't become clear until the lap count gets into the final ten. If the title battle came down to those two whoever was ahead of the other would win.

Wise continued leading while Henry held off pressure from Randall for second until Gomes took third back before a red flew for a Tim Kaeding and Kyle Hirst tangle that eliminated both.

As the lap count approached 50 Wise clicked off the laps smoothly and kept a late charging Rico Abreu in second at the finish.

The drama centered around Golobic as he was in control of the championship but needed to pass four cars in six laps to collect the bonus.

Golobic got past two on a restart but Wise and Abreu were too far ahead to catch and no yellow to help saw Golobic finish third from his 20th starting spot.

Golobic became a three time Trophy Cup champion. Corey Day was fourth in points, Courtney third. Wise fourth, and Abreu was fifth.

The Trophy Cup continues to support the Make-A-Wish Foundation with a $321,000 donation to raise the total to $2,671,000. This is made possible by many contributors and activities as well as all entry fees going to support the Foundation.

360 Sprints - Winged

A Feature 1 (50 Laps): 1. 26-Zeb Wise[2]; 2. 24-Rico Abreu[9]; 3. 17W-Shane Golobic[20]; 4. 5J-Kalib Henry[3]; 5. 14-Corey Day[17]; 6. 83T-Tanner Carrick[11]; 7. 18-Cole Macedo[6]; 8. 57W-Tyler Courtney[19]; 9. 2X-Justin Sanders[8]; 10. 94TH-Landon Brooks[7]; 11. 5T-Ryan Timms[16]; 12. 18T-Tanner Holmes[12]; 13. 9R-Chase Randall[10]; 14. 88-Austin McCarl[4]; 15. 5V-Colby Copeland[13]; 16. 7B-Sean Becker[21]; 17. 41X-Colton Hardy[14]; 18. 7C-Tony Gomes[1]; 19. 94-Kyle Hirst[18]; 20. 83-Tim Kaeding[15]; 21. 22-Ryan Bernal[23]; 22. 41-Dominic Scelzi[24]; 23. 73-Hunter Schuerenberg[22]; 24. 21-Mitchell Faccinto[5]

B Feature 1 (25 Laps): 1. 22-Ryan Bernal[2]; 2. 73-Hunter Schuerenberg[3]; 3. 41-Dominic Scelzi[10]; 4. 7B-Sean Becker[6]; 5. 7P-Jake Andreotti[4]; 6. 2K-Kaleb Montgomery[5]; 7. 45-Jake Morgan[13]; 8. 98H-Tyler Thompson[1]; 9. 0-Jonathan Allard[18]; 10. 7-Bill Balog[19]; 11. 88A-Joey Ancona[12]; 12. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[16]; 13. 21X-Gauge Garcia[23]; 14. 33C-Colton Heath[22]; 15. 2XM-Max Mittry[11]; 16. 42X-Justyn Cox[24]; 17. 38B-Blake Carrick[14]; 18. 29-Willie Croft[21]; 19. 02-Ashton Torgerson[15]; 20. 69-Bud Kaeding[8]; 21. 28-Chase Johnson[9]; 22. 91-Chase Goetz[20]; 23. 46JR-Joel Myers[7]; 24. (DNS) 52-Blake Hahn

C Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 33C-Colton Heath[2]; 2. 29-Willie Croft[1]; 3. 21X-Gauge Garcia[4]; 4. 42X-Justyn Cox[13]; 5. 115-Nick Parker[7]; 6. 21S-Jesse Schlotfeldt[9]; 7. 21M-Michael Ing[16]; 8. 7Z-Zane Blanchard[3]; 9. 21H-Shane Hopkins[18]; 10. 6C-Travis Coelho[14]; 11. 5R-Ryan Rocha[17]; 12. 12B-Dawson Faria[15]; 13. 38-Colby Johnson[12]; 14. 72W-Kurt Nelson[20]; 15. 98-Michael Pombo[19]; 16. 77-Ryan Lippincott[11]; 17. 2-Brooklyn Holland[10]; 18. 6-Logan Calderwood[5]; 19. X1-Michael Faccinto[6]; 20. (DNS) 01-Mitchel Moles

D Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 38-Colby Johnson[2]; 2. 21S-Jesse Schlotfeldt[1]; 3. 12B-Dawson Faria[3]; 4. 72W-Kurt Nelson[5]; 5. 15J-TJ Hartman[7]; 6. 17C-Chris Bullock[8]; 7. 63D-Jon De Wees[9]; 8. 41S-Cody Key[4]; 9. 54S-Drake Standley[6]

D Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 42X-Justyn Cox[2]; 2. 2-Brooklyn Holland[1]; 3. 21M-Michael Ing[3]; 4. 21H-Shane Hopkins[4]; 5. 23T-George Tristao Jr[6]; 6. 9-Dustin Freitas[7]; 7. 43-Bradley Terrell[5]; 8. 2S-Jayce Steinberg[9]; 9. 38N-Kyle Rasmussen[8]

D Feature 3 (10 Laps): 1. 5R-Ryan Rocha[3]; 2. 6C-Travis Coelho[2]; 3. 98-Michael Pombo[4]; 4. 77-Ryan Lippincott[1]; 5. 4A-Joe Stornetta Jr[5]; 6. 57B-Bobby Butler[8]; 7. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[6]; 8. 15-Pat Harvey Jr[9]; 9. 0A-Ashleigh Anstensen[7]

Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 02-Ashton Torgerson[1]; 2. 45-Jake Morgan[2]; 3. 22-Ryan Bernal[4]; 4. 41-Dominic Scelzi[3]; 5. 83-Tim Kaeding[7]; 6. 94-Kyle Hirst[8]; 7. 69-Bud Kaeding[5]; 8. 7P-Jake Andreotti[6]

Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 88A-Joey Ancona[2]; 2. 2K-Kaleb Montgomery[4]; 3. 83T-Tanner Carrick[6]; 4. 57W-Tyler Courtney[8]; 5. X1-Michael Faccinto[1]; 6. 46JR-Joel Myers[5]; 7. 9R-Chase Randall[7]; 8. 52-Blake Hahn[3]

Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[1]; 2. 73-Hunter Schuerenberg[4]; 3. 17W-Shane Golobic[8]; 4. 7B-Sean Becker[5]; 5. 38B-Blake Carrick[3]; 6. 7C-Tony Gomes[6]; 7. 24-Rico Abreu[7]; 8. 115-Nick Parker[2]

Heat 4 (10 Laps): 1. 5V-Colby Copeland[6]; 2. 2X-Justin Sanders[5]; 3. 98H-Tyler Thompson[4]; 4. 6-Logan Calderwood[1]; 5. 14-Corey Day[8]; 6. 21X-Gauge Garcia[2]; 7. 21-Mitchell Faccinto[7]; 8. 91-Chase Goetz[3]

Heat 5 (10 Laps): 1. 7-Bill Balog[1]; 2. 88-Austin McCarl[5]; 3. 41X-Colton Hardy[7]; 4. 94TH-Landon Brooks[6]; 5. 5T-Ryan Timms[8]; 6. 0-Jonathan Allard[3]; 7. 01-Mitchel Moles[2]; 8. 2XM-Max Mittry[4]

Heat 6 (10 Laps): 1. 26-Zeb Wise[5]; 2. 33C-Colton Heath[1]; 3. 18-Cole Macedo[6]; 4. 28-Chase Johnson[4]; 5. 7Z-Zane Blanchard[2]; 6. 5J-Kalib Henry[7]; 7. 29-Willie Croft[3]; 8. 18T-Tanner Holmes[8]

 

 

Derek Locke Wins Dutch Hoag Memorial at Outlaw, Davie Franek Claims 2022 PST Championship

By: Steven Petty

DUNDEE, NY… The 20th season of the Patriot Sprint Tour came to a close on Friday night at the track that has hosted the most Series races of all time, the Outlaw Speedway in Dundee, NY, and it was Mechanicsburg, PA, Derek Locke picking up the $3500 top prize in the Dutch Hoag Memorial. Also on the card was the rescheduled 2021 Fall Nationals.

Kyle Drum and Derek Locke were on the front row for the 25-lap Dutch Hoag Memorial, with Drum taking the lead ahead of Locke, Jared Zimbardi, Jordan Thomas, and Paulie C. Derek Locke would take the lead away on lap six. Darryl Ruggles hit the berm in turn two, lost the front end, and ended up barrel-rolling. Jordan Thomas suffered a broken front wing after contacting Ruggles as the red was displayed. Ruggles climbed out of his car under his own power. On the restart, Locke would continue to show the way, as Colagiovanni would take second place away from Drum. Colagiovanni would quickly reel in and challenge Locke for the lead. The leaders would hit lap traffic just past the halfway mark, allowing Davie Franek to move into the top three after passing Jared Zimbardi. Franek would reel in Colagiovanni late, but Colagiovanni would hold him off. A late-race caution for Matt Tanner and Steve Glover would set up a one-lap shootout to decide the Dutch Hoag Memorial. Derek Locke would hold off Colagiovanni and Franek to score the feature win. Franek would clinch the 2022 Patriot Sprint Tour Championship with his third-place finish. Jared Zimbardi and Kyle Drum would complete the top five.

“I wish I lived closer to race with the Patriot Sprint Tour more often,” explained Locke in victory lane. The car was a rocket, and it could race anywhere we put it,” Locke said.

“It was cool to race with Derek (Locke) as we don’t get to do that often.,” said third-place finisher and PST Champion Davie Franek. “We’ve been at it since January in Florida, so it was a long season, but we worked hard and I have to thank my crew for sticking it out all year,” Franek said.

“Our car was fast, and I felt like we were just as good as Derek (Locke), but we ran out of laps,” said runner-up finisher Paulie Colagiovanni.

The rescheduled 2021 Fall Nationals feature was led to the green flag by Joe Trenca and Dave Axton, with Dave Axton leading Jonathan Preston. Preston would take the lead on lap three, just as Paulie Colagiovanni would take over third from pole sitter Joe Trenca. Davie Franek spun in turn two to bring out the caution on lap eight after making contact with the wall. On the restart, Preston would take off in the lead ahead of Colagiovanni. Colagiovanni would use the outside of the track to take the lead away on lap eight. Joe Trenca would move into third place on lap 11. Colagiovanni would pull away to score the victory.

The 2022 season will officially conclude on December 3, 2022 with the PST Banquet held at Vernon Downs.

Patriot Sprint Tour 360 Sprint Car Dutch Hoag Memorial A-Main: DEREK LOCKE, Paulie Colagiovanni, Davie Franek, Jared Zimbardi, Kyle Drum, Jonathan Preston, Joe Trenca, Ryan Turner, Denny Peebles, Dalton Rombough, Parker Evans, Aaron Turkey, Logan Crisafulli, Jordan Hutton, Jordan Thomas, Glenn Styres, Dalton Herrick, Matt Tanner, Steve Glover, Dave Axton, Darryl Ruggles

Did Not Qualify: Keith Granholm, Andrew Jacobus, Blake Warner, Aaron Jacobus, Brian Preston, Scott Kreutter

Qualifying Heat Results: Top 6 Qualify

Heat 1: Jared Zimbardi, Dalton Herrick, Aaron Turkey, Logan Crisafulli, Keith Granholm, Steve Glover, Ryan Turner, Andrew Jacobus, Aaron Jacobus

Heat 2: Kyle Drum, Denny Peebles, Paulie Colagiovanni, Jordan Thomas, Darryl Ruggles, Matt Tanner, Dave Axton, Glenn Styres, Brian Preston

Heat 3: Derek Locke, Davie Franek, Parker Evans, Joe Trenca, Jonathan Preston, Dalton Rombough, Jordan Hutton, Blake Warner, Scott Kreutter

Bonnell’s Rod Shop Dash: Peebles, Harrick, Turkey, Crisafulli, Granholm, Glover

B-Main: Ryan Turner

Patriot Sprint Tour 360 Sprint Car 2021 Fall Nationals A-Main: PAULIE COLAGIOVANNI, Jonathan Preston, Joe Trenca, Jordan Thomas, Matt Tanner, Dave Axton, Jared Zimbardi, Parker Evans, Denny Peebles, Kyle Drum, Aaron Jacobus, Keith Granholm, Davie Franek, Darryl Ruggles, Logan Crisafulli

Did Not Start: Brian Preston, Bobby Breen, Josh Weller, Johnny Smith, Ryan Smith, Jason Barney, Kyle Smith, Clay Dow, Jake Karklin, Floyd Billington

For more information, visit the official Patriot Sprint Tour website (www.PatriotSprintTour.com). For the latest news, information and schedule updates, be sure to also follow the Patriot Sprint Tour on Facebook, Twitter (@PatriotSprints) and Instagram (@PatriotSprints).

The Patriot Sprint Tour would like to thank the following marketing partners for their continued support: A-Verdi Storage Containers, Bonnell’s Rod Shop, Bicknell Racing Products, Hoosier Racing Tire, Patriot Tank Lines, ASI Racewear, Champion Power Equipment/Super Gen Products, PJC Sprayfoam, Insinger Performance, LC Design, Mike Emhof Motorsports, and CBP Media.

 

 

Westfall Wins Non-Wing Sprint Feature;

USAC SpeeD2 Midwest Thunder Midget Season Finale to Gehrke;

And Cromer Triumphs in the Non-Wing Micro-Sprints

In Opening Night of Fall Festival of Speed

At Gas City I-69 Speedway Friday Night

GAS CITY, Ind., Oct. 22 — Matt Westfall of Pleasant Hill, Ohio earned his second 25-lap non-wing 410 sprint car feature victory of the season at Gas City I-69 Speedway Friday night to highlight the opening night of the track’s two-night season finale, the fourth annual Fall Festival of Speed.

Chett Gehrke of Bardtown, Ky., was victorious in the 20-lap Performance Electronics USAC SpeeD2 Midwest Thunder midget feature, which was the season finale for that series.

Dylan Cromer of Flora, Ind. won the 20-lap non-wing micro-sprint main event to conclude the night’s action on the quarter-mile dirt oval.

The Fall Festival continues with the track’s season finale tonight (Saturday, Oct. 22), featuring non-wing sprint cars, UMP modifieds, sportsman stocks and hornets.

Non-Wing Sprint Cars

Young Jack Hoyer of Frankfort, Ind., started second and led the first 12 laps of the 25-lap sprint car feature in Paul Hazen’s famous Physical Medicine Consultants No. 57. He was able to build up nearly a 1-second lead over Tye Mihocko of Peoria, Ariz., despite two yellow-flag periods that slowed the pace. The first caution was for a two-car tangle between Turns 3 and 4 with seven laps down that left Clayton Rossman of Wadsworth, Ill. stranded, while the second flew with 10 laps down when Travis Hery of Hlliard, Ohio stopped on the backstretch.

Mihocko put the nose of Jamie and Michelle Paul’s High Asspirations Farms DRC in front a couple of times but he didn’t lead a lap until he made a pass stick coming out of Turn 4 and onto the frontstretch on lap 13.

Mihocko led lap 14 too, but as he, Hoyer and Westfall were three wide coming out of Turn 4 to complete lap 15, Westfall used the middle groove to vault from third and into the lead with his Ray Marshall Motorsports No. 33M DRC Gressman Chevy, which is sponsored by Buckeye Machine, Hempy Water and All Star Performance.

It was the winning move.

Westfall started eighth, cracked the top five on lap nine when he passed both Jake Swanson of Anaheim, Calif., and Kyle Shipley of Lebanon, Ind., to take over fourth, and moved into third on lap 11 by passing Anton Hernandez of West Lafayette, Ind. Once in front he led the rest of the way to join track champion Scott Weir of Marion, Ind., and Mihocko as two-time winners this season at Gas City, although there were still fireworks to come.

Westfall had just a 0.392-second lead over Mihocko followed by Swanson, Hernandez and Hoyer on lap 23 when the third yellow flew after Corbin Gurley of Hebron, Ind. slowed in Turn 4 and rolled to a stop on the frontstretch near Turn 1.

Westfall was just 0.291 seconds ahead of Mihocko when the fourth yellow flew with 24 laps down and dashed the hopes of two drivers for top-five-or-better finishes. The first driver was Hoyer, who stopped with mechanical difficulties while running fifth. The second one was Hernandez, who was fourth but going for the lead when there was contact between he and Swanson on the backstretch. Hernandez’s Benic Enterprises No. 2B DRC left on the back of a wrecker with left-front damage, including a broken front axle.

The set up a green-white-checkered finish with 24 laps down. The top five for the restart were Westfall; Mihocko; Swanson; Zack Pretorius of Yorktown, Ind., and Rylan Gray of Greenfield, Ind., and they finished in that order. Westfall’s margin of victory was just 0.403 seconds.

USAC SpeeD2 Midwest Thunder Midgets

Matt Lux of Shelbyville, Ind., started second and led the first three laps of the 20-lap USAC SpeeD2 Midwest Thunder midget feature. Drew Rader of Findlay, Ohio brought out the first of three yellows with three laps down when he spun on the frontstretch near Turn 4.

Jakeb Boxell of Zanesville, Ind., who started third, used the low groove coming out of Turn 2 to pass Lux following the restart. He led laps four through seven.

Bryce Massingill of Troy, Ohio, who started fourth, passed Boxell to lead laps eight through 14, surviving a restart with nine laps down after Issac Chapple of Willow Branch, Ind., stopped low in Turn 2.

Alex Watson of Columbus, Ohio brought out the third yellow when he spun in Turn 4 with 14 laps down.

There was a three-car war for the lead on the restart between Massingill, Gehrke and Jerry Coons Jr. of Greencastle, Ind., and Gehrke, who started fifth in the Fedorczyk Motorsports No. 21, came out on top. The No. 21 is a Ripper chassis with a MWR engine out of Warren, Mich., and it’s sponsored by CP Mobil Shrink Wrap.

Coons, who started way back in 17th position, got second at that point. The USAC Triple Crown champion tried both the high groove and the low groove in attempts to pass Gehrke, but he was directly behind him, 0.433 of a second back, when the checkered waved.

It was a stirring runner-up finish for Coons, who broke into the top 10 when he got ninth on lap four and the top five when he got fourth on lap eight. He set the fastest lap of the race and was the PPC Performance Powder Coating hard charger.

Series champion Stratton Briggs of Anna, Ohio started eighth and finished third, as he passed Massingill for the final podium position on lap 17. Massingill hung on for fourth and Boxell finished fifth.

Non-Wing Micro-Sprints

Cromer had a perfect night with his micro-sprint, which is sponsored by NTK. He topped his qualifying group, won his heat, won the dash, and then won the 20-lap feature, setting the fastest lap of the race in the process.

Cromer started fifth in the feature but took the lead after just one lap, which was led by polesitter Easton Zent of Churubusco, Ind.

Cale Coons, Jerry’s son, started third but passed Parker Leek of Warsaw, Ind., on lap five to take second.

There was just one yellow, which flew at the halfway point after Duane Noe of Reynolds, Ind., spun in Turn 4 while running seventh. That tightened up the field, and two laps after the restart Coons was right behind Cromer.

Cromer was able to increase his lead later, however. He had a 1.709 second advantage over Coons, who became the second member of that family to take runner-up honors Friday night. Leek finished third followed by Mike Landis of Logansport, Ind., and Michael Magic of Winder, Ga.

Red Flags

Jim Jones of Indianapolis flipped high between Turns 3 and 4 during the third D2 midget qualifying group with two laps down. He got out of his midget under his own power, but his car was done for the evening.

Paul Dues of Minster, Ohio flipped in Turn 2 at the start of the first sprint heat, doing several revolutions in mid-air. He got the wind knocked out of him, but after a short pause he climbed out of his sprint car under his own power, and he went on to compete in the second sprint B-main.

Ryan Thomas of Indianapolis flipped between Turns 1 and 2 at the start of the second sprint heat, also escaping unhurt. He also returned to compete in the second sprint B-main.

Additional Info

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Gas City I-69 Speedway is located on State Road 22, approximately a half-mile west of exit 259 of Interstate 69, about halfway between Indianapolis and Fort Wayne, Ind.

The results:

Non-Wing Sprint Group 1 Qualifying: 1. Kyle Shipley, 12.083; 2. Paul Dues, 12.263; 3. Tye Mihocko, 12.296; 4. Cody Gardner, 12.305; 5. Brian Hayden, 12.709; 6. Keith Sheffer, 12.709; 7. Bryce Andrews, 13.369; 8. Andrew Cockman, 13.798, 9. Dave Gross, NT.

Non-Wing Sprint Group 2 Qualifying: 1. Jake Swanson, 12.088; 2. Zack Pretorius, 12.098; 3. Ryan Thomas, 12.235; 4. Harley Burns, 12.311; 5. Billy Lawless, 12.908; 6. Gabriel Gilbert, 12.963; 7. William Huck, 13.266; 98. Billy Winsemann, 13.316.

Non-Wing Sprint Group 3 Qualifying: 1. Matt Westfall, 12.187; 2. Anton Hernandez, 12.210; 3. Dustin Ingle, 12.215; 4. Derek Crane, 12.507; 5. Clayton Rossman, 12.554; 6. Travis Mahoney, 12.684; 7. C.J. Smith, 13.469; 8. Josh Davidson, 19.046.

Non-Wing Sprint Group 4 Qualifying: 1. Colin Grissom, 12.213; 2. Travis Hery, 12.335; 3. Travis Berryhill, 12.591; 4. Ivan Glotzbach, 12.648; 5. Kevin Newton, 12.934; 6. Corbin Gurley, 12.993; 7. Steve Irwin, 13.073; 8. Brian Ruhlman, 13.511.

Non-Wing Sprint Group 5 Qualifying: 1. Jack Hoyer, 12.276; 2. Rylan Gray, 12.286; 3. Brayden Clark, 12.498; 4. Alec Sipes, 12.519; 5. Matt Goodnight, 12.566; 6. Matt Cooley, 12.863; 7. Zach Hanson, 12.874; 8. George Gaertner, 13.426.

Non-Wing Sprint Lucky Dash (4 laps): 1. Jake Swanson, 2. Tye Mihocko, 3. Matt Goodnight, 4. Brian Ruhlman.

IRA Sprints Lucky Dash (4 laps): 1. William Huck, 2. Travis Mahoney, 3. George Gaertner, 4. Josh Davidson.

Non-Wing Sprint Heat 1 (8 laps, 3 transferred): 1. Tye Mihocko, 2. Kyle Shipley, 3. Cody Gardner, 4. Brian Hayden, 5. Andrew Cockman, 6. David Gross, 7. Bryce Andrews, 8. Keith Sheffer (DNS), 9. Paul Dues (DNS).

Non-Wing Sprint Heat 2 (8 laps, 3 transferred): 1. Jake Swanson, 2. Harley Burns, 3. Zack Pretorius, 4. Gabriel Gilbert, 5. Billy Lawless, 6. Billy Winsemann, 7. William Huck, 8. Ryan Thomas (DNS).

Non-Wing Sprint Heat 3 (8 laps, 3 transferred): 1. Anton Hernandez, 2. Matt Westfall, 3. Derek Crane, 4. Dustin Ingle, 5. Clayton Rossman, 6. Travis Mahoney, 7. C.J. Smith, 8. Josh Davidson (DNS).

Non-Wing Sprint Heat 4 (8 laps, 3 transferred): 1. Travis Berryhill, 2. Colin Grissom, 3. Corbin Gurley, 4. Travis Hery, 5. Steve Irwin, 6. Ivan Glotzbach, 7. Brian Ruhlman, 8. Kevin Newton.

Non-Wing Sprint Heat 5 (8 laps, 3 transferred): 1. Jack Hoyer, 2. Rylan Gray, 3. Brayden Clark, 4. Alec Sipes, 5. Matt Goodnight, 6. George Gaertner, 7. Zach Hanson, 8. Matt Cooley.

Non-Wing Sprint B-Main 1 (10 laps, 3 transferred): 1. Dustin Ingle, 2. Brian Hayden, 3. Steve Irwin, 4. Alec Sipes, 5. Billy Lawless, 6. Keith Sheffer, 7. Brian Ruhlman, 8. William Huck, 9. Travis Mahoney, 10. George Gaertner, 11. David Gross, 12. Tom Eller, 13. Josh Davidson (DNS).

Non-Wing Sprint B-Main 2 (10 laps, 3 transferred): 1. Travis Hery, 2. Gabriel Gilbert, 3. Clayton Rossman, 4. Matt Goodnight, 5. Ivan Glotzbach, 6. Kevin Newton, 7. Bryce Andrews, 8. Zach Hanson, 9. Paul Dues, 10. Ryan Thomas, 11. Andrew Cockman, 12. C.J. Smith, 13. Billy Winsemann (DNS).

Non-Wing Sprint Feature (25 laps, with starting position in parenthesis): 1. Matt Westfall (8); 2. Tye Mihocko (6); 3. Jake Swanson (5); 4. Zack Pretorius (12); 5. Rylan Gray (10); 6. Dustin Ingle (16); 7. Clayton Rossman (21); 8. Brayden Clark (15); 9. Stdeve Irwin (20); 10. Travis Berryhill (3); 11. Colin Grissom (9); 12. Brian Hayden (18); 13. Harley Burns (7); 14. Derek Crane (13); 15. Cody Gardner (11); 16. Travis Hery (17); 17. Gabriel Gilbert (19); 18. Jack Hoyer (2); 19. Anton Hernandez (4); 20. Kyle Shipley (1); 21. Corbin Gurley (14).

Lap Leaders: Laps 1-12, Hoyer; laps 13-14, Mihocko; laps 15-26, Westfall.

Margin of Victory: 0.403 seconds.

Fastest Race Lap: Hernandez, 13.564 seconds, lap 7.

USAC SpeeD2 Midget Qualifying Session 1: 1. Matt Lux, 12.902; 2. Jerry Coons Jr., 12.943; 3. Chris Dickey, 13.137; 4. Stratton Briggs, 13.151; 5. Ian Creager, 13.192; 6. Page Perrine, 13.811; 7. Jon Watson, 13.946; 8. Travis Stickles, 14.504.

USAC SpeeD2 Midget Qualifying Session 2: 1. Jakeb Boxell, 13.024; 2. Kayla Roell, 13.083; 3. Abby Hohlbein, 13.106; 4. Carl Peterson, 13.631; 5. Connor Wolf, 13.734; 6. Don Bigelow, 15.122; 7. John Robbins, 15.565.

USAC SpeeD2 Midget Qualifying Session 3: 1. Drew Rader, 12.940; 2. Kyle Dager, 12.992; 3. Zach Wigal, 13.055; 4. Scott Roerner, 14.462; 5. Brayden Schwartz, 14.638; 6. Ryan Moran, NT; 7. Jim Jones, NT.

USAC SpeeD2 Midget Qualifying Session 4: 1. Alex Watson, 12.993; 2. Michael Magic, 13.069; 3. Chett Gehrke, 13.097; 4. Bryce Massingill, 13.313; 5. Isaac Chapple, 13.505; 6. David Osborne, 14.276; 7. Tyler Watkins, 14.496.

USAC SpeeD2 Midget Lucky Dash (4 laps): 1. Kyle Dager, 2. Chris Dickey, 3. Chett Gehrke, 4. Brayden Schwartz.

Performance Electronics USAC SpeeD2 Midget Heat 1 (8 laps, 4 transferred): 1. Matt Lux, 2. Stratton Briggs, 3. Chris Dickey, 4. Ian Creager, 5. Jon Watson, 6. Travis Stickles, 7. Jerry Coons Jr., 8. Page Perrine.

Brewhouse Drive-Thru USAC SpeeD2 Midget Heat 2 (8 laps, 4 transferred): 1. Jakeb Boxell, 2. Abby Hohlbein, 3. Carl Peterson, 4. Kayla Roell, 5. Connor Wolf, 6. John Robbins, 7. Don Bigelow.

K & M Tool & Die USAC SpeeD2 Midget Heat 3 (8 laps, 4 transferred): 1. Drew Rader, 2. Kyle Dager, 3. Ryan Moran, 4. Scott Roerner, 5. Brayden Schwartz, 6. Zach Wigal (DNS), 7. Jim Jones (DNS).

USAC SpeeD2 Midget Heat 4 (8 laps, 4 transferred): 1. Chett Gehrke, 2. Bryce Massingill, 3. Alex Watson, 4. Michael Magic, 5. Issac Chapple, 6. David Osborne, 7. Tyler Watkins.

USAC SpeeD2 Midget B-Main (12 laps, 4 transferred): 1. Jerry Coons Jr., 2. Jon Watson, 3. Issac Chapple, 4. Zach Wigal, 5. Travis Stickles, 6. David Osborne, 7. Connor Wolf, 8. Tyler Watkins, 9. John Robbins, 10. Don Bigelow, 11. Brayden Schwartz.

USAC SpeeD2 Midwest Thunder Midget Feature (20 laps, with starting position in parenthesis): 1. Chett Gehrke (5); 2. Jerry Coons Jr. (17); 3. Stratton Briggs (8); 4. Bryce Massingill (4); 5. Jakeb Boxell (3); 6. Ryan Moran (11); 7. Michael Magic (16); 8. Kyle Dager (1); 9. Abby Hohlbein (7); 10. Ian Creager (13); 11. Isaac Chapple (19); 12. Kayla Roell (14); 13. Zach Wigal (20); 14. Carl Peterson (10); 15. Drew Rader (6); 16. Scott Roerner (15); 17. Chris Dickey (9); 18. Alex Watson (12); 19. Jon Watson (18); 20. Matt Lux (2).

Lap Leaders: Laps 1-3, Lux; laps 4-7, Boxell; laps 8-14, Massingill; laps 15-20, Gehrke.

Margin of Victory: 0.433 seconds.

Fastest Race Lap: Coons, 14.098 seconds, lap 15.

PPC Performance Powder Coating Hard Charger: Coons, +15.

Micro-Sprint Group 1 Qualifying: 1. Dylan Cromer, 12.971; 2. Cale Coons, 13.329; 3. Easton Zent, 13.741; 4. Duane Noe, 13.763; 5. Kayla Cleveland, 14.169; 6. Doug Nichols, 14.370; 7. Dan Newman, 14.462.

Micro-Sprint Group 2 Qualifying: 1. Michael Magic, 13.259; 2. Mike Landis, 13.334; 3. Parker Leek, 13.459; 4. Randy Franks, 14.014; 5. Roger Reece, 14.295; 6. Tobi Fenicle, 17.733, 7. Nick Williams (DNS).

Micro-Sprint Lucky Dash (4 laps): 1. Dylan Cromer, 2. Cale Coons, 3. Michael Magic, 4. Kayla Cleveland.

Micro-Sprint Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. Dylan Cromer, 2. Cale Coons, 3. Easton Zent, 4. Duane Noe, 5. Doug Nichols, 6. Kayla Cleveland, 7. Dan Newman.

Micro-Sprint Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. Michael Magic, 2. Parker Leek, 3. Mike Landis, 4. Randy Franks, 5. Roger Reece, 6. Tobi Fenicle, 7. Nick Williams.

Micro-Sprint Feature (20 laps, with starting position in parenthesis): 1. Dylan Cromer (5); 2. Cale Coons (3); 3. Parker Leek (2); 4. Mike Landis (6); 5. Michael Magic (4); 6. Easton Zent (1); 7. Randy Franks (8); 8. Kayla Cleveland (11); 9. Duane Noe (7); 10. Doug Nichols (9); 11. Roger Reece (10); 12. Dan Newman (13); 13. Tobi Fenicle (12); 14. Nick Williams (14).

Lap Leaders: Lap 1, Zent; laps 2-20, Cromer.

Margin of Victory: 1.709 seconds.

Fastest Race Lap: Cromer, 13.975 seconds, lap 2.

 

 

Sunshine Claims Night Two Of Trophy Cup

by Ron Rodda

Tulare CA... The second preliminary night of the Abreu Vineyards 28th Annual Trophy Cup Presented by Rudeen Racing had 84 winged 360s in action at Tulare Thunderbowl Raceway Friday night.

Thursday's format was repeated and drivers raced hard to win a heat or be the highest point car following eight intense laps.

The A main inverted twelve by points putting 21-year old Kalib Henry and 16-year old Chase Randall in row six for the 30 lap, $4000 to win race, adding 100 points to the night's total for the win with a two point drop per position.

Justin Sanders wasted no time, blasting out of turn two to lead initially from fourth starting. Colton Hardy was second for a lap before Tanner Holmes took the spot to chase Sanders.

Tyler Courtney used the bottom of turn two to take third on lap ten and by mid-race the fast lane moved up to the wall, a Tulare tradition that leaves no room for error. Kyle Hirst, Thursday's point leader, dropped out with engine issues.

Tanner Holmes dove low into turn three and got under Sanders to take the lead on lap 16, Courtney grabbed second two laps later, and Sanders found the turn two wall for the second night and was able to continue.

Tim Kaeding moved up to third on the restart and immediately pressured Courtney for second. Corey Day used a low turn two pass to run third on lap 29 before Kalib Henry brought out a red.

It was now a 31 lap main and Holmes, a nineteen-year old from Jacksonville, Oregon had to keep Courtney behind him for a pair of laps.

Courtney used a turn one slider to take the lead on the restart, lost the spot a lap later in turn two, but raced out of turn two to gain the win over Holmes. Corey Day, Tim Kaeding, Shane Golobic finished the top five.

Bud Kaeding. Jake Andreotti, Colton Hardy. Chase Randall, and Cole Macedo completed the top ten.

Drivers will use the better point total from each preliminary night to determine the heat race lineups on Saturday.

The top 48 in points will race six heats, fully inverted, for points and the top 20 in points after the heats go to the A main. Preliminary mains will follow, leading to the 50-lap championship main which inverts 20 by points.

Top ten in points: Kyle Hirst. 278 Tyler Courtney. 278 Shane Golobic. 277 Corey Day. 273 Ryan Timms. 271 Tanner Holmes. 269 Tim Kaeding. 268 Chase Randall. 263 Rico Abreu. 259 Mitchell Faccinto. 258

 

 

360 Sprints - Winged

A Feature 1 (30 Laps): 1. 57W-Tyler Courtney[9]; 2. 18T-Tanner Holmes[2]; 3. 14-Corey Day[8]; 4. 83-Tim Kaeding[5]; 5. 17W-Shane Golobic[14]; 6. 69-Bud Kaeding[24]; 7. 7P-Jake Andreotti[17]; 8. 41X-Colton Hardy[1]; 9. 9R-Chase Randall[11]; 10. 18-Cole Macedo[20]; 11. 46JR-Joel Myers[19]; 12. 94TH-Landon Brooks[3]; 13. 5V-Colby Copeland[6]; 14. 88-Austin McCarl[15]; 15. 98H-Tyler Thompson[21]; 16. 2X-Justin Sanders[4]; 17. 2K-Kaleb Montgomery[16]; 18. 5T-Ryan Timms[22]; 19. 5J-Kalib Henry[12]; 20. 7C-Tony Gomes[10]; 21. 24-Rico Abreu[13]; 22. 94-Kyle Hirst[7]; 23. 52-Blake Hahn[23]; 24. (DNS) 88N-DJ Netto

B Feature 1: 1. 24-Rico Abreu[4]; 2. 83-Tim Kaeding[6]; 3. 88-Austin McCarl[2]; 4. 46JR-Joel Myers[7]; 5. 22-Ryan Bernal[8]; 6. 88A-Joey Ancona[12]; 7. 38B-Blake Carrick[1]; 8. 28-Chase Johnson[14]; 9. 01-Mitchel Moles[10]; 10. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[15]; 11. 45-Jake Morgan[3]; 12. 21-Mitchell Faccinto[9]; 13. 33C-Colton Heath[11]; 14. 115-Nick Parker[5]; 15. 38-Colby Johnson[16]; 16. 21M-Michael Ing[17]; 17. 36-Craig Stidham[19]; 18. 91-Chase Goetz[21]; 19. 73-Hunter Schuerenberg[13]; 20. 72W-Kurt Nelson[20]; 21. X1-Michael Faccinto[18]; 22. 19-Colby Thornhill[22]

B Feature 2: 1. 5T-Ryan Timms[7]; 2. 88N-DJ Netto[1]; 3. 69-Bud Kaeding[14]; 4. 52-Blake Hahn[9]; 5. 26-Zeb Wise[5]; 6. 41-Dominic Scelzi[4]; 7. 29-Willie Croft[8]; 8. 42X-Justyn Cox[20]; 9. 83T-Tanner Carrick[6]; 10. 02-Ashton Torgerson[12]; 11. 6-Logan Calderwood[13]; 12. 7-Bill Balog[21]; 13. 41S-Cody Key[19]; 14. 7Z-Zane Blanchard[17]; 15. 21X-Gauge Garcia[3]; 16. 4L-Lane Taylor[18]; 17. 77-Ryan Lippincott[10]; 18. 12B-Dawson Faria[15]; 19. 6C-Travis Coelho[11]; 20. 43-Bradley Terrell[22]; 21. 67G-Grant Duinkerken[16]; 22. 0-Jonathan Allard[2]

C Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 91-Chase Goetz[1]; 2. 7-Bill Balog[7]; 3. 19-Colby Thornhill[4]; 4. 43-Bradley Terrell[5]; 5. 98-Michael Pombo[6]; 6. 54S-Drake Standley[2]; 7. 23T-George Tristao Jr[3]; 8. 88W-Sean Watts[12]; 9. 4A-Joe Stornetta Jr[9]; 10. 5R-Ryan Rocha[11]; 11. 15J-TJ Hartman[13]; 12. 7B-Sean Becker[20]; 13. 9-Dustin Freitas[16]; 14. 21H-Shane Hopkins[14]; 15. 18X-Grant Champlin[10]; 16. 21S-Jesse Schlotfeldt[17]; 17. 38N-Kyle Rasmussen[19]; 18. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[8]; 19. 2S-Jayce Steinberg[23]; 20. 0A-Ashleigh Anstensen[18]; 21. 57B-Bobby Butler[21]; 22. 17C-Chris Bullock[24]; 23. 2-Brooklyn Holland[22]; 24. (DNS) 10F-Jared Faria

D Feature (8 Laps): 1. 57B-Bobby Butler[1]; 2. 2-Brooklyn Holland[6]; 3. 2S-Jayce Steinberg[8]; 4. 17C-Chris Bullock[3]; 5. 63D-Jon De Wees[5]; 6. 15-Pat Harvey Jr[7]; 7. 2XM-Max Mittry[4]; 8. (DNS) 5D-Connor Danell

Heat 1 - Group B (8 Laps): 1. 17W-Shane Golobic[2]; 2. 29-Willie Croft[1]; 3. 5J-Kalib Henry[6]; 4. 21X-Gauge Garcia[4]; 5. 24-Rico Abreu[5]; 6. 01-Mitchel Moles[3]; 7. 72W-Kurt Nelson[8]; 8. 36-Craig Stidham[7]; 9. 21H-Shane Hopkins[9]; 10. (DNF) 5D-Connor Danell[10]

Heat 3 - Group B (8 Laps): 1. 2K-Kaleb Montgomery[2]; 2. 83-Tim Kaeding[4]; 3. 9R-Chase Randall[6]; 4. 69-Bud Kaeding[1]; 5. 45-Jake Morgan[5]; 6. 88A-Joey Ancona[3]; 7. 4L-Lane Taylor[7]; 8. 4A-Joe Stornetta Jr[9]; 9. 7B-Sean Becker[10]; 10. 15J-TJ Hartman[8]

Heat 5 - Group B (8 Laps): 1. 98H-Tyler Thompson[1]; 2. 88-Austin McCarl[3]; 3. 5V-Colby Copeland[5]; 4. 77-Ryan Lippincott[2]; 5. 115-Nick Parker[6]; 6. 41S-Cody Key[8]; 7. 6C-Travis Coelho[4]; 8. 5R-Ryan Rocha[9]; 9. 57B-Bobby Butler[10]; 10. 7-Bill Balog[7]

Heat 7 - Group B (8 Laps): 1. 94-Kyle Hirst[4]; 2. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[7]; 3. 6-Logan Calderwood[1]; 4. 02-Ashton Torgerson[2]; 5. 18T-Tanner Holmes[6]; 6. 28-Chase Johnson[3]; 7. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[9]; 8. 43-Bradley Terrell[8]; 9. 17C-Chris Bullock[10]; 10. 67G-Grant Duinkerken[5]

Heat 2 - Group A (8 Laps): 1. 57W-Tyler Courtney[4]; 2. 26-Zeb Wise[3]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn[1]; 4. 14-Corey Day[6]; 5. 41-Dominic Scelzi[5]; 6. 12B-Dawson Faria[2]; 7. X1-Michael Faccinto[7]; 8. 91-Chase Goetz[8]; 9. 38N-Kyle Rasmussen[10]; 10. 0A-Ashleigh Anstensen[9]

Heat 4 - Group A (8 Laps): 1. 18-Cole Macedo[1]; 2. 88N-DJ Netto[2]; 3. 41X-Colton Hardy[4]; 4. 22-Ryan Bernal[3]; 5. 0-Jonathan Allard[5]; 6. 7Z-Zane Blanchard[7]; 7. 42X-Justyn Cox[8]; 8. 21S-Jesse Schlotfeldt[10]; 9. 10F-Jared Faria[9]; 10. 73-Hunter Schuerenberg[6]

Heat 6 - Group A (8 Laps): 1. 94TH-Landon Brooks[3]; 2. 21-Mitchell Faccinto[1]; 3. 7C-Tony Gomes[6]; 4. 33C-Colton Heath[2]; 5. 5T-Ryan Timms[4]; 6. 46JR-Joel Myers[5]; 7. 98-Michael Pombo[9]; 8. 19-Colby Thornhill[8]; 9. 54S-Drake Standley[7]; 10. (DNS) 2XM-Max Mittry

Heat 8 - Group A (8 Laps): 1. 7P-Jake Andreotti[2]; 2. 38B-Blake Carrick[3]; 3. 83T-Tanner Carrick[5]; 4. 2X-Justin Sanders[6]; 5. 21M-Michael Ing[1]; 6. 23T-George Tristao Jr[9]; 7. 9-Dustin Freitas[10]; 8. 38-Colby Johnson[4]; 9. 88W-Sean Watts[8]; 10. 18X-Grant Champlin[7]

Qualifying B (2 Laps): 1. 5J-Kalib Henry, 00:14.154[3]; 2. 9R-Chase Randall, 00:14.304[10]; 3. 115-Nick Parker, 00:14.464[4]; 4. 18T-Tanner Holmes, 00:14.488[33]; 5. 24-Rico Abreu, 00:14.493[28]; 6. 45-Jake Morgan, 00:14.496[12]; 7. 5V-Colby Copeland, 00:14.538[19]; 8. 67G-Grant Duinkerken, 00:14.539[25]; 9. 21X-Gauge Garcia, 00:14.552[34]; 10. 83-Tim Kaeding, 00:14.563[15]; 11. 6C-Travis Coelho, 00:14.588[9]; 12. 94-Kyle Hirst, 00:14.596[30]; 13. 01-Mitchel Moles, 00:14.606[7]; 14. 88A-Joey Ancona, 00:14.616[18]; 15. 88-Austin McCarl, 00:14.626[37]; 16. 28-Chase Johnson, 00:14.634[2]; 17. 17W-Shane Golobic, 00:14.640[27]; 18. 2K-Kaleb Montgomery, 00:14.659[26]; 19. 77-Ryan Lippincott, 00:14.674[8]; 20. 02-Ashton Torgerson, 00:14.694[5]; 21. 29-Willie Croft, 00:14.718[29]; 22. 69-Bud Kaeding, 00:14.729[36]; 23. 98H-Tyler Thompson, 00:14.757[17]; 24. 6-Logan Calderwood, 00:14.771[11]; 25. 36-Craig Stidham, 00:14.772[14]; 26. 4L-Lane Taylor, 00:14.787[1]; 27. 7-Bill Balog, 00:14.797[23]; 28. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield, 00:14.797[31]; 29. 72W-Kurt Nelson, 00:14.858[16]; 30. 15J-TJ Hartman, 00:14.901[13]; 31. 41S-Cody Key, 00:14.913[21]; 32. 43-Bradley Terrell, 00:14.976[20]; 33. 21H-Shane Hopkins, 00:14.991[32]; 34. 4A-Joe Stornetta Jr, 00:15.037[39]; 35. 5R-Ryan Rocha, 00:15.088[38]; 36. 4-Tuesday Calderwood, 00:15.263[22]; 37. 5D-Connor Danell, 00:15.290[41]; 38. 7B-Sean Becker, 00:15.365[40]; 39. 57B-Bobby Butler, 00:15.410[24]; 40. 17C-Chris Bullock, 00:15.469[35]; 41. 63D-Jon De Wees, 00:15.561[6]; 42. 15-Pat Harvey Jr, 00:16.155[42]

Qualifying A (2 Laps): 1. 14-Corey Day, 00:15.074[8]; 2. 73-Hunter Schuerenberg, 00:15.143[11]; 3. 7C-Tony Gomes, 00:15.168[7]; 4. 2X-Justin Sanders, 00:15.177[33]; 5. 41-Dominic Scelzi, 00:15.196[4]; 6. 0-Jonathan Allard, 00:15.207[14]; 7. 46JR-Joel Myers, 00:15.224[3]; 8. 83T-Tanner Carrick, 00:15.239[24]; 9. 57W-Tyler Courtney, 00:15.273[34]; 10. 41X-Colton Hardy, 00:15.293[9]; 11. 5T-Ryan Timms, 00:15.316[21]; 12. 38-Colby Johnson, 00:15.329[16]; 13. 26-Zeb Wise, 00:15.332[29]; 14. 22-Ryan Bernal, 00:15.387[35]; 15. 94TH-Landon Brooks, 00:15.413[18]; 16. 38B-Blake Carrick, 00:15.415[13]; 17. 12B-Dawson Faria, 00:15.428[12]; 18. 88N-DJ Netto, 00:15.445[40]; 19. 33C-Colton Heath, 00:15.491[10]; 20. 7P-Jake Andreotti, 00:15.550[26]; 21. 52-Blake Hahn, 00:15.608[23]; 22. 18-Cole Macedo, 00:15.618[37]; 23. 21-Mitchell Faccinto, 00:15.650[17]; 24. 21M-Michael Ing, 00:15.650[30]; 25. X1-Michael Faccinto, 00:15.659[41]; 26. 7Z-Zane Blanchard, 00:15.666[27]; 27. 54S-Drake Standley, 00:15.669[2]; 28. 18X-Grant Champlin, 00:15.669[15]; 29. 91-Chase Goetz, 00:15.703[31]; 30. 42X-Justyn Cox, 00:15.716[36]; 31. 19-Colby Thornhill, 00:15.718[32]; 32. 88W-Sean Watts, 00:15.736[5]; 33. 0A-Ashleigh Anstensen, 00:15.810[6]; 34. 10F-Jared Faria, 00:15.852[20]; 35. 98-Michael Pombo, 00:15.874[28]; 36. 23T-George Tristao Jr, 00:15.908[38]; 37. 38N-Kyle Rasmussen, 00:15.940[25]; 38. 21S-Jesse Schlotfeldt, 00:16.002[22]; 39. 2XM-Max Mittry, 00:16.067[42]; 40. 9-Dustin Freitas, 00:16.073[1]; 41. 2-Brooklyn Holland, 00:16.128[39]; 42. 2S-Jayce Steinberg, 00:18.059[19]

 

 

Timms Collects Trophy Cup Opening Night Win

by Ron Rodda

Tulare, CA..Ryan Timms took the lead on lap one of the 30 lap main event on Thursday and claimed the opening night win along with $4000 plus the valuable points at Tulare Thunderbowl Raceway. Points earned in qualifying and heat races added to main event points put Timms in fifth place out of the 86-car field.

The field was split into two groups for qualifying and heat races and then combined for main event lineups. Qualifying gives 150 points to the quickest lap with a one point drop per position. Heat races offer 36 points for a win with a three point drop per position.

Each group ran four heats and the winner and highest point car from each moved directly to the A main while each of a pair of B mains elevated four additional drivers to the night's finale. Heats and B mains inverted six and the main event had a twelve car inversion, all by points.

The A main is 100 points for a win with a two point drop per position. A sweep would be 286 points.

Entering the main Carson Macedo, Shane Golobic, and Kyle Hirst we're the top three in points. Since Macedo will be in Pennsylvania Saturday, he will not be finishing the Trophy Cup.

Ryan Timms and Landon Brooks filled the front row it was a short time in front for Brooks as a snapped axlet left him sitting after one quarter of a lap. Tony Gomes inherited the outside front row spot

Timms edged Gomes at the line on lap one and pulled away. Justin Sanders took 2nd using the bottom of turns three and four to claim second on lap three. Hunter Scheurenburg slowed after six laps with engine issues and Tyler Courtney took third out of turn four before a multi-car tangle in turn one drew a yellow.

Trophy Cup restarts are all single file and Timms maintained his lead and fourteen nonstop laps saw Sanders close on Timms but then drop back.

Sanders got into the turn two wall and flipped to promote Courtney to second and Kyle Hirst into third with six laps remaining.

With clear air Timms controlled the final laps to win over Courtney, Kyle Hirst, Shane Golobic , and Carson Macedo.

Friday's action will mirror the opening night's format except the 2nd group from Thursday qualifying will go first and the order within each group is reversed.

The better of the two nights points totals will be used to setup Saturday heats.

Top ten in points---Kyle Hirst 278, Shane Golobic 277, Tyler Courtney 277, Carson Macedo 276, Ryan Timms 271, Tanner Holmes 264 Rico Abreu 259, Mitchell Faccinto 258, Chase Randall 258, Kalib Henry 255

A Feature 1 (30 Laps): 1. 5T-Ryan Timms[1]; 2. 57W-Tyler Courtney[8]; 3. 94-Kyle Hirst[10]; 4. 17W-Shane Golobic[11]; 5. 21T-Carson Macedo[12]; 6. 18T-Tanner Holmes[3]; 7. 24-Rico Abreu[14]; 8. 5J-Kalib Henry[18]; 9. 21-Mitchell Faccinto[5]; 10. 83T-Tanner Carrick[15]; 11. 9R-Chase Randall[7]; 12. 7C-Tony Gomes[4]; 13. 26-Zeb Wise[23]; 14. 7B-Sean Becker[16]; 15. 14-Corey Day[19]; 16. 88N-DJ Netto[20]; 17. 22-Ryan Bernal[17]; 18. 5V-Colby Copeland[21]; 19. 2XM-Max Mittry[22]; 20. 2X-Justin Sanders[6]; 21. 28-Chase Johnson[24]; 22. 83-Tim Kaeding[13]; 23. 73-Hunter Schuerenberg[9]; 24. 94TH-Landon Brooks[2]

B Feature 1: 1. 88N-DJ Netto[2]; 2. 14-Corey Day[3]; 3. 21-Mitchell Faccinto[6]; 4. 7B-Sean Becker[4]; 5. 18-Cole Macedo[14]; 6. 0-Jonathan Allard[9]; 7. 29-Willie Croft[16]; 8. 88-Austin McCarl[5]; 9. 21X-Gauge Garcia[12]; 10. 38B-Blake Carrick[15]; 11. 7Z-Zane Blanchard[10]; 12. 52-Blake Hahn[1]; 13. X1-Michael Faccinto[8]; 14. 7P-Jake Andreotti[18]; 15. 98-Michael Pombo[21]; 16. 2-Brooklyn Holland[13]; 17. 21H-Shane Hopkins[19]; 18. 115-Nick Parker[7]; 19. 41S-Cody Key[20]; 20. 88A-Joey Ancona[17]; 21. 5R-Ryan Rocha[11]; 22. (DNS) 45-Jake Morgan

B Feature 2: 1. 5V-Colby Copeland[1]; 2. 83T-Tanner Carrick[5]; 3. 28-Chase Johnson[12]; 4. 26-Zeb Wise[7]; 5. 69-Bud Kaeding[14]; 6. 41X-Colton Hardy[21]; 7. 91-Chase Goetz[3]; 8. 41-Dominic Scelzi[17]; 9. 98H-Tyler Thompson[9]; 10. 7-Bill Balog[16]; 11. 2K-Kaleb Montgomery[4]; 12. 42X-Justyn Cox[20]; 13. 19-Colby Thornhill[8]; 14. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[13]; 15. 46JR-Joel Myers[19]; 16. 4L-Lane Taylor[15]; 17. 21S-Jesse Schlotfeldt[2]; 18. 33C-Colton Heath[18]; 19. 38-Colby Johnson[22]; 20. 01-Mitchel Moles[6]; 21. (DNS) 67G-Grant Duinkerken; 22. (DNS) 121-Caeden Steele

C Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 98-Michael Pombo[4]; 2. 41X-Colton Hardy[5]; 3. 45-Jake Morgan[3]; 4. 38-Colby Johnson[7]; 5. 36-Craig Stidham[9]; 6. 43-Bradley Terrell[11]; 7. 10F-Jared Faria[6]; 8. 21M-Michael Ing[14]; 9. 6-Logan Calderwood[12]; 10. 88W-Sean Watts[10]; 11. 72W-Kurt Nelson[2]; 12. 12B-Dawson Faria[20]; 13. 17C-Chris Bullock[17]; 14. 77-Ryan Lippincott[15]; 15. 9-Dustin Freitas[21]; 16. 5D-Connor Danell[16]; 17. 15J-TJ Hartman[13]; 18. 4-Tuesday Calderwood[19]; 19. 02-Ashton Torgenson[24]; 20. 23T-George Tristao Jr[23]; 21. 6C-Travis Coelho[18]; 22. 4A-Joe Stornetta Jr[1]; 23. 38N-Kyle Rasmussen[22]; 24. 18X-Grant Champlin[8]

D Feature (8 Laps): 1. 9-Dustin Freitas[4]; 2. 38N-Kyle Rasmussen[3]; 3. 23T-George Tristao Jr[1]; 4. 02-Ashton Torgenson[10]; 5. 57B-Bobby Butler[9]; 6. 54S-Drake Standley[7]; 7. 0A-Ashleigh Anstensen[8]; 8. 2S-Jayce Steinberg[5]; 9. (DNS) 63D-Jon De Wees; 10. (DNS) 15-Pat Harvey Jr

Heat 1 - Group A (8 Laps): 1. 7C-Tony Gomes[3]; 2. 91-Chase Goetz[2]; 3. 73-Hunter Schuerenberg[6]; 4. 18-Cole Macedo[1]; 5. 83T-Tanner Carrick[5]; 6. 26-Zeb Wise[4]; 7. 41-Dominic Scelzi[7]; 8. 38-Colby Johnson[9]; 9. 98-Michael Pombo[8]; 10. 12B-Dawson Faria[10]

Heat 3 - Group A (8 Laps): 1. 22-Ryan Bernal[2]; 2. 21-Mitchell Faccinto[4]; 3. 57W-Tyler Courtney[6]; 4. 38B-Blake Carrick[1]; 5. 0-Jonathan Allard[3]; 6. 88N-DJ Netto[5]; 7. 33C-Colton Heath[7]; 8. 88W-Sean Watts[9]; 9. 10F-Jared Faria[8]; 10. 23T-George Tristao Jr[10]

Heat 5 - Group A (8 Laps): 1. 2XM-Max Mittry[1]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[2]; 3. 21S-Jesse Schlotfeldt[3]; 4. 2X-Justin Sanders[6]; 5. 14-Corey Day[5]; 6. 19-Colby Thornhill[4]; 7. 42X-Justyn Cox[8]; 8. 46JR-Joel Myers[7]; 9. 21M-Michael Ing[9]; 10. 38N-Kyle Rasmussen[10]

Heat 7 - Group A (8 Laps): 1. 5T-Ryan Timms[3]; 2. 7Z-Zane Blanchard[1]; 3. 94TH-Landon Brooks[5]; 4. 2-Brooklyn Holland[2]; 5. X1-Michael Faccinto[4]; 6. 7P-Jake Andreotti[7]; 7. 18X-Grant Champlin[9]; 8. 41X-Colton Hardy[8]; 9. 121-Caeden Steele[6]; 10. 9-Dustin Freitas[10]

Heat 2 - Group B (8 Laps): 1. 9R-Chase Randall[4]; 2. 17W-Shane Golobic[6]; 3. 115-Nick Parker[2]; 4. 69-Bud Kaeding[1]; 5. 7B-Sean Becker[5]; 6. 21X-Gauge Garcia[3]; 7. 21H-Shane Hopkins[8]; 8. 36-Craig Stidham[9]; 9. 17C-Chris Bullock[10]; 10. 45-Jake Morgan[7]

Heat 4 - Group B (8 Laps): 1. 5J-Kalib Henry[2]; 2. 94-Kyle Hirst[6]; 3. 28-Chase Johnson[1]; 4. 88-Austin McCarl[5]; 5. 5V-Colby Copeland[4]; 6. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[3]; 7. 41S-Cody Key[8]; 8. 15J-TJ Hartman[9]; 9. 4A-Joe Stornetta Jr[7]; 10. 63D-Jon De Wees[10]

Heat 6 - Group B (8 Laps): 1. 21T-Carson Macedo[6]; 2. 98H-Tyler Thompson[1]; 3. 2K-Kaleb Montgomery[4]; 4. 83-Tim Kaeding[5]; 5. 88A-Joey Ancona[7]; 6. 7-Bill Balog[2]; 7. 29-Willie Croft[3]; 8. 5D-Connor Danell[10]; 9. 6-Logan Calderwood[8]; 10. (DNF) 4-Tuesday Calderwood[9]

Heat 8 - Group B (8 Laps): 1. 24-Rico Abreu[3]; 2. 5R-Ryan Rocha[1]; 3. 01-Mitchel Moles[5]; 4. 18T-Tanner Holmes[6]; 5. 4L-Lane Taylor[2]; 6. 67G-Grant Duinkerken[4]; 7. 72W-Kurt Nelson[8]; 8. 6C-Travis Coelho[10]; 9. 77-Ryan Lippincott[9]; 10. 43-Bradley Terrell[7]

Qualifying A (2 Laps): 1. 73-Hunter Schuerenberg, 00:13.947[33]; 2. 57W-Tyler Courtney, 00:13.951[10]; 3. 2X-Justin Sanders, 00:14.084[11]; 4. 121-Caeden Steele, 00:14.112[1]; 5. 83T-Tanner Carrick, 00:14.138[20]; 6. 88N-DJ Netto, 00:14.145[4]; 7. 14-Corey Day, 00:14.151[36]; 8. 94TH-Landon Brooks, 00:14.189[26]; 9. 26-Zeb Wise, 00:14.203[15]; 10. 21-Mitchell Faccinto, 00:14.208[27]; 11. 19-Colby Thornhill, 00:14.263[12]; 12. X1-Michael Faccinto, 00:14.270[3]; 13. 7C-Tony Gomes, 00:14.279[37]; 14. 0-Jonathan Allard, 00:14.287[30]; 15. 21S-Jesse Schlotfeldt, 00:14.302[22]; 16. 5T-Ryan Timms, 00:14.305[23]; 17. 91-Chase Goetz, 00:14.307[13]; 18. 22-Ryan Bernal, 00:14.315[9]; 19. 52-Blake Hahn, 00:14.351[21]; 20. 2-Brooklyn Holland, 00:14.352[5]; 21. 18-Cole Macedo, 00:14.356[7]; 22. 38B-Blake Carrick, 00:14.375[31]; 23. 2XM-Max Mittry, 00:14.377[2]; 24. 7Z-Zane Blanchard, 00:14.379[17]; 25. 41-Dominic Scelzi, 00:14.379[40]; 26. 33C-Colton Heath, 00:14.382[34]; 27. 46JR-Joel Myers, 00:14.385[41]; 28. 7P-Jake Andreotti, 00:14.411[18]; 29. 98-Michael Pombo, 00:14.436[16]; 30. 10F-Jared Faria, 00:14.442[24]; 31. 42X-Justyn Cox, 00:14.485[8]; 32. 41X-Colton Hardy, 00:14.493[35]; 33. 38-Colby Johnson, 00:14.548[28]; 34. 88W-Sean Watts, 00:14.559[39]; 35. 21M-Michael Ing, 00:14.596[14]; 36. 18X-Grant Champlin, 00:14.625[29]; 37. 12B-Dawson Faria, 00:14.710[32]; 38. 23T-George Tristao Jr, 00:14.756[6]; 39. 38N-Kyle Rasmussen, 00:14.762[19]; 40. 9-Dustin Freitas, 00:14.802[43]; 41. 2S-Jayce Steinberg, 00:14.812[25]; 42. 54S-Drake Standley, 00:15.151[42]; 43. 0A-Ashleigh Anstensen, 00:15.725[38]

Qualifying B (2 Laps): 1. 17W-Shane Golobic, 00:14.138[17]; 2. 94-Kyle Hirst, 00:14.287[14]; 3. 21T-Carson Macedo, 00:14.370[12]; 4. 18T-Tanner Holmes, 00:14.468[10]; 5. 7B-Sean Becker, 00:14.472[3]; 6. 88-Austin McCarl, 00:14.515[6]; 7. 83-Tim Kaeding, 00:14.527[29]; 8. 01-Mitchel Moles, 00:14.536[37]; 9. 9R-Chase Randall, 00:14.563[34]; 10. 5V-Colby Copeland, 00:14.566[25]; 11. 2K-Kaleb Montgomery, 00:14.578[18]; 12. 67G-Grant Duinkerken, 00:14.595[19]; 13. 21X-Gauge Garcia, 00:14.605[9]; 14. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield, 00:14.607[13]; 15. 29-Willie Croft, 00:14.660[15]; 16. 24-Rico Abreu, 00:14.696[16]; 17. 115-Nick Parker, 00:14.707[40]; 18. 5J-Kalib Henry, 00:14.728[41]; 19. 7-Bill Balog, 00:14.776[21]; 20. 4L-Lane Taylor, 00:14.920[43]; 21. 69-Bud Kaeding, 00:14.949[7]; 22. 28-Chase Johnson, 00:15.003[42]; 23. 98H-Tyler Thompson, 00:15.032[27]; 24. 5R-Ryan Rocha, 00:15.047[5]; 25. 45-Jake Morgan, 00:15.065[32]; 26. 4A-Joe Stornetta Jr, 00:15.081[4]; 27. 88A-Joey Ancona, 00:15.083[26]; 28. 43-Bradley Terrell, 00:15.140[24]; 29. 21H-Shane Hopkins, 00:15.188[11]; 30. 41S-Cody Key, 00:15.208[23]; 31. 6-Logan Calderwood, 00:15.211[33]; 32. 72W-Kurt Nelson, 00:15.250[28]; 33. 36-Craig Stidham, 00:15.251[30]; 34. 15J-TJ Hartman, 00:15.315[31]; 35. 4-Tuesday Calderwood, 00:15.355[22]; 36. 77-Ryan Lippincott, 00:15.359[36]; 37. 17C-Chris Bullock, 00:15.401[8]; 38. 63D-Jon De Wees, 00:15.416[38]; 39. 5D-Connor Danell, 00:15.507[2]; 40. 6C-Travis Coelho, 00:15.541[35]; 41. 15-Pat Harvey Jr, 00:15.642[1]; 42. (DNS) 57B-Bobby Butler, 00:15.642; 43. (DNS) 02-Ashton Torgenson, 00:15.642

Last Chance Qualifier (8 Laps): 1. 02-Ashton Torgenson[6]; 2. 0A-Ashleigh Anstensen[5]; 3. 2S-Jayce Steinberg[1]; 4. 57B-Bobby Butler[4]; 5. 54S-Drake Standley[3]; 6. 15-Pat Harvey Jr[2]

 

 

J.J. Henes celebrates Saturday night at Lorain Raceway Park.

SOUTH AMHERST, Ohio (Oct. 16, 2022) – J.J. Henes did all he could Saturday night during the Must See Racing Midwest Lights season finale, but it wasn’t enough to stop Cody Gallogly from winning his first series title.

Henes took the victory at Lorain Raceway Park, his series leading third of the season, after passing recent Must See Racing national sprint car champion Charlie Schultz at the halfway point of the 30-lap feature at the third-mile paved oval.

With a daring, three-wide pass in lap traffic, Henes swooped around Schultz, grabbed command of the race and never looked back from that point on.

In a caution-free run, Henes went on to victory over Schultz by a dominant 4.806-second margin.

However, Gallogly did what he had to do after entering the night with a near-insurmountable 36-point lead. He finished a comfortable third in the race to officially secure the championship over Henes.

Two-time season winner Andrew Bogusz was fourth in the race to put a bow on his stellar first season in a sprint car, likely securing rookie-of-the-year honors with his efforts in the Lorain finale.

Joshua Sexton closed out the top five, followed by the retiring Junior Gould, who started on the pole for Saturday’s feature and was honored on the parade lap for his final planned start as an owner/driver.

Gallogly set fast time in qualifying, a lap of 13.265 seconds, to start the night. Charlie Baur and Schultz split the pair of eight-lap heat races prior to the main event.

The top Must See Racing Midwest Lights competitors will be honored for their exploits during the season-ending banquet this winter. More details will be shared when they become available.

For more information on the upcoming 2023 Must See Racing season, stay tuned to www.mustseeracing.com.

The finish:

1. 36-JJ Henes, 2. 9s-Charlie Schultz, 3. 27-Cody Gallogly, 4. 17-Andrew Bogusz, 5. 8a-Joshua Sexton, 6. 65-Junior Gould, 7. 23-Charlie Baur, 8. 21-Dale McQuillen, 9. 92-Sawyer Stout, 10. 45-Bob Komisarski.

 

 

DRAKE EDWARDS WINS SECOND VENTURA FEATURE OF SEASON WITH WMR

Ventura, Calif. (October 16, 2022) – Surprise, Ariz.’s Drake Edwards won his second Western Midget Racing Ventura Raceway feature of 2022 on Saturday night, topping a 16-car field in the 20-lap feature by the Pacific Ocean. Edwards drove the No. 86D Boss Chassis to the win.

An 11-car invert lined up the Arizona drivers of Gary Dewitt and Edwards on the front row. Dewitt was one of several cars who had their race end prematurely on lap eight. Roseville’s Josh Young and Santa Cruz’ Logan Mitchell were also among those who were unable to continue after lap eight.

After some close racing, Edwards began to stretch his advantage in the closing stages of the feature. He topped Shon Deskins of Waddell, Ariz. by 2.2 seconds at the checkered flag. 2021 WMR feature winner Randy Moody finished third followed by AJ Hernandez of Phoenix with his fourth Ventura top-five of the season. Moorpark’s Todd Hawse finished fifth. Todd Hawse, Las Vegas’ Kyle Hawse, and Cory Brown won the heat race competition before the feature.

Western Midget Racing presented by Masters Design and Construction takes a week off before returning to Ventura for the final time in 2022 on October 29.

For more information on Western Midget Racing, visit them at www.WesternMidgetRacing.com or follow them on Facebook!

Western Midget Racing is presented by: Masters Design and Construction, Rockwell Security, Rams Racing, Hoosier Racing Tire, Extreme Mufflers, FTK, Blud Lubricants, and West Evans Motorsports.

October 16, 2022 – Ventura Raceway (Ventura, Calif.) Results

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 31 Todd Hawse; Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 32 Cory Brown; Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 20 Kyle Hawse

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 86D Drake Edwards, 2. 20 Shon Deskins, 3. 15 Randy Moody, 4. 11 AJ Hernandez, 5. 31 Todd Hawse, 6. 20 Kyle Hawse, 7. 32 Cory Brown, 8. 22 Cody Jessop, 9. 57 Kyle Huttenhow, 10. 35sr Brandon Head, 11. 48 Gary DeWitt, 12. 7a Josh Young, 13. 96x Logan Mitchell, 14. 35 Daniel Anderson, 15. 4 Ryan Changus, 16. 12k Dan Shirts

 

 

LOGAN ROBERSON WINS FROM 12TH AT LERNERVILLE & TAKES THE $15,000 HOVIS RUSH LATE MODEL FLYNN'S TIRE TOUR TITLE; BEN EASLER CAPS OFF RUSH SPORTSMAN MOD WEEKLY CHAMPIONSHIP WITH FLYNN'S TIRE TOUR WIN; BLAZE MYERS WINS #4 IN RUSH SPRINTS
By Mike Leone

(October 15, 2022) -


(Sarver, PA)... The Hovis Auto & Truck Supply RUSH Racing Series presented by Born2Run Lubricants participated in the “Steel City Stampede” once again at Lernerville Speedway Thursday through Saturday night. The 14th edition saw three of RUSH's classes spotlighted with Logan Roberson capturing the Late Model Flynn's Tire Touring Series event, while Ben Easler claimed the Sportsman Modified Flynn's Tire Touring Series race and Blaze Myers earned the victory in the Equipment Rental Options Sprint Car Weekly Series special. In addition, Doug Rutana was the lucky recipient in the Chevrolet Performance 602 Sportsman Modified complete engine giveaway presented by Sara Cipriano of Waterstone Mortgage of Hermitage, Pa.

Twelfth starting Logan Roberson emerged victorious after going fourth to first on a last lap restart in the 30-lap RUSH Late Model feature that had five different leaders with three of them coming in the final three laps! Roberson earned $3,500 for his first career Lernerville win and became the 12th different winner in 14 "Steel City Stampede" events; however, more importantly his season's sixth win on the Flynn's Tire Touring Series earned him the $15,000 championship!

"This means so much," acknowledged the emotional 25-year-old Waynesboro, VA winner and champion. "This is pretty much what we do for a living. This whole week I was under pressure and didn't get much sleep because we haven't done well the last couple events. I knew everything came down to this night and it had to be perfect for me to win it. Damn- my guys gave me a hell of a car and I just drove the thing and tried to make the right decisions. There was a couple times I could have taken it in there, but told myself not to, run my race, and keep my head on straight and damned if it didn't work out!"

2017 champion Bryce Davis led the first four laps before 2016 champion and fourth starting John Waters drove under Davis in turn two for the lead. One lap later, Michael Norris performed the same move on Davis for second. A three-car accident occurred right in front of Waters on lap nine; Waters made contact and kept going. On the ensuing restart however, Waters struggled with most likely a tire going down from the prior contact and then Norris made contact, which crumpled his nose. Norris inherited the lead for the restart, but faded before exiting the race.

Davis regained the lead on lap nine over Josh Ferry over Chad Homan. Over the next several laps, Ferry would lose second to Homan, third to Jeremy Wonderling, and fourth to Roberson. Davis stretched his lead to nearly four seconds when he caught lapped traffic on lap 16. Davis and the lapped car of Jim Rasey made contact on the backstretch, which allowed Homan to close right in on Davis by the time he was back up to speed. A caution for Joe Martin slowed action with 17 laps completed.

When racing resumed on lap 18, Roberson passed both Wonderling and Homan for second. Davis stretched out his lead to over 1.1 seconds by the time he caught traffic again on lap 24; however, the lead was erased again when Clinton Hersh, who had worked his way from 21st to fourth, spun to bring out the caution with 26 laps recorded. Back under green, Wonderling surged into second and then would get a shot alongside Davis after another caution. Wonderling, the 2018-2020 Tour Champion, made the pass on the restart and appeared headed to an unprecedented fifth straight win when a three-car accident slowed action one last time with 29 laps completed.

When racing resumed, Davis used the outside on the restart as he appeared to make the winning move on Wonderling; however, slipped high in turn two as Roberson snuck past Homan, Wonderling, and Davis with the thrilling move. Roberson became the fourth and final different Touring Series champion that led in the wild event! Roberson's Gunter's Honey/Clary's Used Cars/RBS Auto/All About Wraps-sponsored #17 took the checkered flag first by 0.484 seconds for his eighth career Flynn's Tire Tour victory.

"When they gave us the green and white together I said I'm going for it," explained Roberson. "As soon as they slid up in (turns) one and two, and I accidently gave Jeremy (Wonderling) the door, but I'm sure he would have done the same thing. I expect it back from him, but this is just an awesome feeling. This is a reward for everything my family has been through. I just can't thank all my help enough. I have so many people that stand behind me and I have to thank Vicki (Emig) and Mike (Leone) for this Series."

Not only did Wonderling come up one-lap shy of setting a record with a fifth straight Tour victory and overtaking Martin for second in points, but slipped to fifth at the finish as Davis, Homan, and brother Brady Wonderling all got by. For Davis, it was the second straight year he finished runner-up at the event to the champion as last year it was Kyle Hardy victorious. Davis earned $1,750 for his best Tour finish of the season as he just missed out on a complete sweep of the weekend.

Homan was third for his third podium finish of the season as he finished in the top six in all seven Tour starts! Brady Wonderling was fourth for the second time in three races as it was his fifth top five of the season. Jeremy Wonderling's fifth was his 11th top five of the season to earn third place in points for the second straight year. Tim Shaffer was sixth for his third top 10 in four starts this year. Ferry faded to seventh. Matt Latta was eighth for his 11th top 10 of the year. Brothers Brian and Jason Knowles finished ninth and 10th respectively as Brian earned the $50 Precise Racing Products "Pedal Down" Hard Charger gift card for passing 13 cars.

Andy Spooner led all eight non-stop laps of the D&V Jewelers Non-Qualifier event to become the amazing 64th different winner in 76 races run all-time! An elated and emotional Spooner earned $200 aboard the Everly Trucking/A&R Trucking/Addison Farm Equipment-sponsored #85. "I can't believe this," said the 43-year-old Morgantown, WV driver. "This means so much. I'm the happiest man at the track tonight. I have to thank my entire team. We've struggled with this car all year, and to win and stand in victory lane at Lernerville Speedway is amazing!"

Thirteen-time Lernerville Pro Stock winner, Joey Zambotti III, was second in his first RUSH Late Model start of the year and also received a $100 Performance Bodies gift card for being the first feature non-qualifier. Jacob Peterson was third. Twelve-year-old Brock Pinkerous was fourth in his first RUSH Tour start ahead of Jacob Wilber, who made his first ever Late Model start for the former Street Stock racer.

Davis earned his first $100 FK Rod Ends "Shock the Clock" Qualifying award of the season with a lap of 17.209 on Friday night over the 31-car field. Picking up $25 FK Rod Ends heat race wins were Davis, Shaffer, Norris, and Jeremy Wonderling, while Hersh won the last chance B main Davis also won his first Sunoco Dash of the season and received a $100 Sunoco fuel card. Also receiving $100 Sunoco fuel cards in random drawings were Tour racers Roberson and Brandt Graham, while the $50 Sunoco fuel cards went to Kurt Stebbins, Ferry, Jason Knowles, and Will Thomas III.

Ben Easler opened the season for the Hovis RUSH Sportsman Modified Flynn's Tire Touring Series at Sharon by winning his first ever in Tour competition and closed out the year winning the finale at Lernerville. Easler, the 2021 "Futures Cup" Champion, passed Jordan Ehrenberg on lap 11 and went uncontested for the 25-lap feature win worth $800 as he became the ninth different winner in nine "Steel City Stampede" events! More impressively, Easler, who already won the $1,000 Wedge Motorsports "Route 7 Rumble" Series Championship, was able to earn the $3,500 Hovis Weekly Series Championship with his sixth overall win of 2022!

"This feels very relieving," expressed the 16-year-old Conneaut (PA) High School football quarterback. "I didn't think I was going to be (standing) here today. I had a football game and made it here just in time here to run the heats last night. I got lucky enough to draw the pole and to end up winning- I'm just so blessed to be here. It feels really good to win this Series. It's something I wanted to do since we started running it and I'm very happy to get it done in year two. We had some wins in karts, but this is way cooler than anything we did in karts. I have to thank my dad for driving me everywhere between racing and football, my family, all my sponsors, the Kings, RUSH and Lernerville for putting this on, and the fans."

Doug Rutana, who earlier in the day won the engine package giveaway valued at $11,000 from Sara Cipriano of Waterstone Mortgage with special thanks from MSD Performance, Holley Performance, Schoenfeld Headers, and Ingram Engines, led the first three laps in search of his first career win. Ehrenberg though overtook Rutana on a restart on lap four and now was hoping for his first career RUSH win. Ehrenberg maintained the lead until slipping high in turn four on lap 11 allowing Easler to make the winning pass.

The last 17 laps went caution-free as Easler's seventh career RUSH Sportsman Modified win came by 1.735 seconds in the Jason Easler-owned, Crawford Custom Consulting/Titusville Ford/Pore's Bodywax/Espyville Heating & Air/Tanner Southern Auto Parts/Latta Bros. Racing/Russ King Racing/Smokin J's Country Corner Inn/Lakeside Lanes/Happy Hill Farms-sponsored #02.

Seventh starting Kole Holden, a five-time 2022 RUSH winner, passed Ehrenberg for second on lap 13 to secure the runner-up position. Sixteen-year-old Ayden Cipriano, who earlier in the night finished third in the Big-Block Modified feature with a "358" small-block, went eighth to third after getting by Ehrenberg on lap 14 as the 2020 "Futures Cup" Champion was able to capture the Flynn's Tire Touring Series Championship! Ehrenberg slipped to fourth, but it was his season's best finish in 19 races! Preston Cope was fifth.

Doug Rutana dropped to sixth over Dalton Gabriel, Rob Kristyak, Kyle Martell, and Jacob Rutana. Eric Gabany went 19th to 12th to earn the $50 Precise Racing Products "Pedal Down" Hard Charger gift card. Lucas Canon came back from a spin on lap nine to finish 14th and was selected as the Sherwood Wheels "Man of Steel" recipient. Will Schaffer ran his first race in more than three years, but was the first car to exit the event and was chosen as the TBM Brakes "Tough Brake of the Night" recipient. Heat winners on Friday night were Holden and Ehrenberg.

2022 Franklin (PA) High School graduate, Blaze Myers, capped off his career best season of racing by winning the 20-lap feature for the Hovis RUSH Sprint Cars. Myers got by Chad Ruhlman on the start and beat out veteran, standout racers John Mollick, Gale Ruth, Jr., Ruhlman, and Arnie Kent for his fourth Equipment Rental Options Weekly Series victory of the season. Myers, who won the 2018 "Steel City Stampede" in a RUSH Sportsman Modified, earned his second belt buckle but first in a Sprint Car and secured third place in points.

"I was standing here four years ago and was thankful to be there then but this means a little more to me," explained the 18-year-old racer. "It's just a hell of a thrill driving a Sprint Car around this place in a scary way. The track was slick, but there was a lane of rubber and if you got in there you were good. I didn't know who was behind me or where they were- I was just running my own race and hoping to stay out front. You just learn to deal with the lapped cars. The cost is so inexpensive to run one of these cars and it's honestly one of the best divisions there is in racing. You can almost make money doing this and that's hard to do when you're racing. I have to thank my entire family- I couldn't do it without them along with everyone on this car."

Ruhlman started from the pole, but it was Myers taking off in the lead from the outside. After going fourth to second on the opening lap, Mollick lost runner-up to Ruhlman on lap two and third to Ruth on lap three. Ruth, who had to win and have Ruhlman finish third or worse to have a shot at the title, passed Ruhlman for second on lap four. Mollick then got back by Ruhlman for third on lap nine. Things began to fall Ruth's way as he closed in on Myers each lap and was on the leader on lap 15. In the ensuing laps however, Ruth's championship hopes dwindled as the handling of his car went away and then would lose second to Mollick on lap 17.

Myers then went unchallenged to his fifth career RUSH Sprint Car win, which have come at five different tracks, by 1.160 seconds aboard his J.I. McCall Construction/John Pleger Roofing/Billy's Garage/Linda Lou's Restaurant/Jen Morris-Mays Insurance/ Lowry Auto Body/DiFrischia Recycling/McDaniel & Assoc./J.I.'s Place/Jolley Roofing & Construction-sponsored #43Jr.

Mollick was second over Ruth. Ruhlman's fourth place finish enabled him to earn his fourth $5,000 Equipment Rental Options Weekly Series Championship in five years and second straight aboard the Engles Motorsports #68. Kent was fifth for his 11th top five of the season. Nolan Groves, Jeff Metsger, Ryan Fraley, Brian Hartzell, and Tyler Newhart completed the top 10. Heat winners on Friday night were Kent and Myers.

With the exception of three RUSH Late Model special events at Delaware International and Georgetown Speedways in the coming weeks, the 2022 season is now complete for all RUSH-sanctioned divisions. The 2022 RUSH Racing Series Awards Banquet & Dinner will be held in mid-January 2023 at Gatherings Banquet & Event Center in Edinburg, Pa. More information will be released in the coming weeks.

Hovis Auto & Truck Supply RUSH Late Model Flynn’s Tire Touring Series Race #19 (30 laps, $3,500 to-win): 1. LOGAN ROBERSON (17) 2. Bryce Davis (94) 3. Chad Homan (91) 4. Brady Wonderling (z1) 5. Jeremy Wonderling (3J) 6. Tim Shaffer (45) 7. Josh Ferry (33) 8. Matt Latta (21) 9. Brian Knowles (7) 10. Jason Knowles (7) 11. Joe Martin (Snyder 10s) 12. Ryan Frazee (17) 13. John Waters (LeBarron 11) 14. Michael Duritsky, Jr. (90J) 15. Brandt Graham (14) 16. Tom Snyder, Jr. (10T) 17. Kurt Stebbins (26) 18. Clinton Hersh (16) 19. Craig Graham (98) 20. Austin Allen (32) 21. Jim Rasey (Wrightsman 21J) 22. R.J. Dallape (75) 23. Tony Musolino (42) 24. Michael Norris (Dabecco N1) 25. Will Thomas III (9). (Note: Craig Graham took a Tour provisional.)

D&V Jewelers Non-Qualifier (8 laps, $200 to-win): 1. Andy Spooner (85) 2. Joey Zambotti III (948) 3. Jacob Peterson (112) 4. Brock Pinkerous (555) 5. Jacob Wilber (50). DNS: Jacob Gunn (14G).

Car Count: 31
Feature Margin of Victory: 0.484 seconds
Feature Lap Leaders: Bryce Davis (1-4, 9-28), John Waters (5-8), Jeremy Wonderling (29), Logan Roberson (30)
Ontime Body & Graphic “Spoiler Alert” Spoiler Kit: Austin Allen
Performance Bodies “Nosed Out”: Joey Zambotti III
Precise Racing Products “Pedal Down” Hard Charger: Brian Knowles (+13)
Precise Racing Products 5-Gallon Race Jug: Logan Roberson
Sunoco Fuel Card Winners: Brandt Graham ($100), Logan Roberson ($100), Kurt Stebbins ($50), Josh Ferry ($50), Jason Knowles ($50), Will Thomas III ($50)
TBM Brakes “Tough Brake of the Night”: John Waters

FK Rod Ends “Shock the Clock” Qualifying ($100 for fast time) (Track record 16.776 by Alex Ferree 10/18/19): 1. 94-Bryce Davis, 00:17.209[2]; 2. 10S-Joe Martin, 00:17.481[28]; 3. N1-Michael Norris, 00:17.482[26]; 4. 17R-Logan Roberson, 00:17.483[19]; 5. 17-Ryan Frazee, 00:17.543[9]; 6. 45-Tim Shaffer, 00:17.585[18]; 7. 33-Josh Ferry, 00:17.718[11]; 8. 11L-John Waters, 00:17.742[14]; 9. 91-Chad Homan, 00:17.813[8]; 10. Z1-Brady Wonderling, 00:17.848[5]; 11. 9-Will Thomas, 00:17.868[24]; 12. 90J-Michael Duritsky Jr, 00:17.900[21]; 13. 4-Jason Knowles, 00:17.922[22]; 14. 32A-Austin Allen, 00:17.940[1]; 15. 14-Brandt Graham, 00:17.942[13]; 16. 3J-Jeremy Wonderling, 00:17.982[25]; 17. 14G-Jake Gunn, 00:18.013[12]; 18. 21J-Jim Rasey, 00:18.108[6]; 19. 26-Kurt Stebbins, 00:18.116[3]; 20. 948-Joey Zambotti III, 00:18.118[30]; 21. 10T-Tom Snyder Jr, 00:18.161[15]; 22. 555-Brock Pinkerous, 00:18.182[29]; 23. 21L-Matt Latta, 00:18.194[17]; 24. 75D-RJ Dallape, 00:18.233[20]; 25. 98-Craig Graham, 00:18.365[4]; 26. 16-Clinton Hersh, 00:18.403[23]; 27. 7-Brian Knowles, 00:18.424[27]; 28. 42-Tony Musolino, 00:18.636[10]; 29. 112-Jacob Peterson, 00:19.089[7]; 30. 50-Jacob Wilber, 00:20.149[16]; 31. 85S-Andy Spooner-DSQ (did not scale).

FK Rod Ends Heat 1 (8 laps, Top 6 transfer to A, $25 to-win): 1. 94-Bryce Davis[1]; 2. 91-Chad Homan[3]; 3. 17-Ryan Frazee[2]; 4. 4-Jason Knowles[4]; 5. 10T-Tom Snyder Jr[6]; 6. 98-Craig Graham[7]; 7. 14G-Jake Gunn[5]; 8. 112-Jacob Peterson[8].

FK Rod Ends Heat 2 (8 laps, Top 6 transfer to A, $25 to-win): 1. 45-Tim Shaffer[2]; 2. 10S-Joe Martin[1]; 3. Z1-Brady Wonderling[3]; 4. 21J-Jim Rasey[5]; 5. 32A-Austin Allen[4]; 6. 16-Clinton Hersh[7]; 7. 555-Brock Pinkerous[6]; 8. 50-Jacob Wilber[8].

FK Rod Ends Heat 3 (8 laps, Top 6 transfer to A, $25 to-win): 1. N1-Michael Norris[1]; 2. 33-Josh Ferry[2]; 3. 21L-Matt Latta[6]; 4. 9-Will Thomas[3]; 5. 14-Brandt Graham[4]; 6. 7-Brian Knowles[7]; 7. 26-Kurt Stebbins[5]; 8. 85S-Andy Spooner[8].

FK Rod Ends Heat 4 (8 laps, Top 6 transfer to A, $25 to-win): 1. 3J-Jeremy Wonderling[4]; 2. 11L-John Waters[2]; 3. 17R-Logan Roberson[1]; 4. 90J-Michael Duritsky Jr[3]; 5. 42-Tony Musolino[7]; 6. 948-Joey Zambotti III[5]; 7. 75D-RJ Dallape[6].

Last Chance B Main (10 laps, Top 4 transfer to A): 1. 16-Clinton Hersh[2]; 2. 7-Brian Knowles[3]; 3. 26-Kurt Stebbins[7]; 4. 75D-RJ Dallape[8]; 5. 98-Craig Graham[1]; 6. 948-Joey Zambotti III[4]; 7. 14G-Jake Gunn[5]; 8. 85S-Andy Spooner[11]; 9. 50-Jacob Wilber[10]; 10. 112-Jacob Peterson[9]; 11. 555-Brock Pinkerous[6]-DSQ (light).

Sunoco Dash (6 laps, $100 Sunoco fuel card to-win): 1. 94-Bryce Davis[3]; 2. 33-Josh Ferry[1]; 3. N1-Michael Norris[2]; 4. 11L-John Waters[8]; 5. 3J-Jeremy Wonderling[7]; 6. 45-Tim Shaffer[4]; 7. 10S-Joe Martin[6]; 8. 91-Chad Homan[5].

Hovis Auto & Truck Supply RUSH Sportsman Modified Flynn's Tire Touring Series Race #5 (25 laps, $800 to-win): 1. BEN EASLER (02) 2. Kole Holden (2) 3. Ayden Cipriano (5c) 4. Jordan Ehrenberg (JD57) 5. Preston Cope (24) 6. Doug Rutana (46R) 7. Dalton Gabriel (333G) 8. Rob Kristyak (00) 9. Kyle Martell (8) 10. Jacob Rutana (57R) 11. Jacob Jordan (28J) 12. Eric Gabany (4) 13. Cole Edwards (29) 14. Lucas Canon (2LC) 15. Shayne Izzo (86) 16. Ryan Riffe (21x) 17. Todd English (01T) 18. Gage Priester (71) 19. Will Schaffer (4).

Car Count: 19
Feature Margin of Victory: 1.735 seconds
Feature Lap Leaders: Doug Rutana (1-3), Jordan Ehrenberg (4-10), Ben Easler (11-25)
Precise Racing Products “Pedal Down Hard Charger”: Eric Gabany (+7)
Sherwood Wheels "Man of Steel": Lucas Canon
TBM Brakes “Tough Brake of the Night": Will Schaffer

Heat 1 (8 laps): 1. 2-Kole Holden[2]; 2. 02-Benjamin Easler[4]; 3. 01T-Todd English[1]; 4. 5C-Ayden Cipriano[9]; 5. 333G-Dalton Gabriel[7]; 6. 00-Rob Kristyak[5]; 7. 29-Cole Edwards[10]; 8. 28J-Jacob Jordan[8]; 9. 4-Will Schaffer[6]; 10. 4S-Eric Gabany[3].

Heat 2 (8 laps): 1. JD57-Jordan Ehrenberg[1]; 2. 24-Preston Cope[4]; 3. 8-Kyle Martell[2]; 4. 46R-Doug Rutana[5]; 5. 57R-Jacob Rutana[6]; 6. 21X-Ryan Riffe[7]; 7. 71-Gage Priester[8]; 8. 2LC-Lucas Canon[3]; 9. 86-Shayne Izzo[9].

Hovis RUSH Sprint Car Equipment Rental Options Weekly Series Race #25 (20 laps, $600 to-win): 1. BLAZE MYERS (43Jr) 2. John Mollick (Clever 4J) 3. Gale Ruth, Jr. (McConnell 24) 4. Chad Ruhlman (Engles 68) 5. Arnie Kent (Mahoney/Eckart 9J) 6. Nolan Groves (25) 7. Jeff Metsger (20) 8. Ryan Fraley (12) 9. Brian Hartzell (69) 10. Tyler Newhart (57N) 11. Brandon Shughart (29) 12. Ricky Tucker, Jr. (1T) 13. Lacey Shuttleworth (15) 14. Philip Young (4y) 15. Jack Sodeman, Jr. (Blaney 11).

The RUSH Racing Series is brought to you by Hovis Auto & Truck Supply together with Born2Run Lubricants along with the support of Hoosier Tire, Bilstein Shocks, Sunoco Race Fuels, Bazell Race Fuels, Insinger Performance, MSD Performance, Holley Performance Products, FK Rod Ends, Schoenfeld Headers, Jones Racing Products, TBM Brakes, Performance Bodies & Parts, Racing Electronics, Wrisco Industries, Frankland Racing Supply, Landrum Performance Spring, Ontime Body & Graphic, Sherwood Wheels, Alternative Power Sources, Precise Racing Products, Lincoln Electric, Velocita-USA, Waterstone Mortgage Hermitage, Wedge Motorsports, 3C Graphix, D&V Jewelers, DrumPreserve, CrateInsider.com, Marthinsen & Salvitti Insurance Group and Terry Bowser Excavating.

E-mail can be sent to the RUSH Racing Series at info@rushracingseries.com and snail mail to 4368 Route 422, Pulaski, PA 16143. Office phone is 724-964-9300. The RUSH Late Model website is www.rushlatemodels.com. Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/rushlatemodels and follow us on Twitter @RUSHLM.

 

 

Jade Avedisian Victorious with POWRi National & West/Xtreme Midgets Season Finale
Belleville, IL. (10/15/22) Jade Avedisian would ride the high line with precision in Night Two of the Meents Memorial at I-44 Riverside Speedway on Saturday to capture her second career victory with the Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget League, running in conjunction with the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series presented by Toyota, after a thrilling season send-off feature honoring an industry visionary.

Early I-44 Riverside competition with thirty-four entrants of Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget League, in conjunction with the Xtreme Outlaw Midgets, would see Gavin Miller start quickest with a 10.890-second group qualifying lap as Chelby Hinton, Chase McDermand, Taylor Reimer, and Ethan Mitchell each earned heat racing wins with Cannon McIntosh picking up the semi-feature victory.

Setting the field of top-notch competitors of competition would find high-point qualifier Brenham Crouch roll an invert of six during Intermission to invert the first three rows. Pole-sitter Jade Avedisian would battle front-row counterpart Gavin Miller into the first pair of corners on the opening lap with Jade Avedisian capturing the initial racing advantage as Jonathan Beason, Gavin Miller, Bryant Wiedeman, and Chase McDermand drove in hot pursuit all inside the top five during the first few laps.

Setting sail at the front end, Avedisian would hold over a second advantage over the second-running Jonathan Beason who was in a battle with Bryant Wiedeman as Brenham Crouch and Gavin Miller raced within striking distance as the field would be bunched back together after a lap twelve caution.

Sticking to the super-fast high-line out front, Jade Avedisian would not be denied leading every lap in her quest of repeating feature winner while dealing with lap traffic late in the feature as Bryant Wiedeman closed in the waning stages finishing runner-up by .134-seconds.

Retaining the pace-setting drive for the duration of the feature, Avedisian would emerge victorious with the Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget League, in conjunction with the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series presented by Toyota, to earn her second feature win of the season.

“I knew I needed to control my race, I got a really good jump and was able to stick the car on the outside to the win” stated an elated Jade Avedisian in the I-44 Riverside Speedway victory lane.

Bryant Wiedeman would secure a solid runner-up showing with Jonathan Beason holding his way into completing the feature's final podium placement. Daison Pursley would finish fourth as Cannon McIntosh rounded out the Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget League, in conjunction with the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series, top-five finishers at I-44 Riverside Speedway for Night Two of the Charlene Meents Memorial.

POWRi National & West Midget League/Xtreme | I-44 Riverside Speedway | 10/15/22:
Hoosier Racing Tire Fast Hot Lap Time: 71M-Gavin Miller (10.890)
Advanced Racing Suspensions Heat Race 1 Winner: 14X-Chelby Hinton
Auto Meter Heat Race 2 Winner: 26-Chase McDermand
Schure Built Suspensions Heat Race 3 Winner: 25K-Taylor Reimer
AFCO Racing Heat Race 4 Winner: 19M-Ethan Mitchell
Max Papis Innovations Semi-Feature 1 Winner: 08-Cannon McIntosh
MVT Services High Point Qualifier: 97-Brenham Crouch
Toyota Racing Development Hard Charger: 9M-Zach Daum(+14)
Lucas Oil Feature Winner: 84-Jade Avedisian

Lucas Oil A-Feature (35 Laps): 1. 84-Jade Avedisian[1]; 2. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[4]; 3. 55-Jonathan Beason[3]; 4. 71-Daison Pursley[11]; 5. 08-Cannon McIntosh[17]; 6. 97-Brenham Crouch[6]; 7. 71M-Gavin Miller[2]; 8. 26-Chance Crum[13]; 9. 9M-Zach Daum[23]; 10. 25K-Taylor Reimer[8]; 11. 71K-Dominic Gorden[15]; 12. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[7]; 13. 72J-Sam Johnson[22]; 14. 11A-Andrew Felker[12]; 15. 14X-Chelby Hinton[9]; 16. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[21]; 17. 57-Daniel Whitley[14]; 18. 71E-Mariah Ede[10]; 19. 32T-Trey Marcham[24]; 20. 80-Josh Hawkins[18]; 21. 40-Chase McDermand[5]; 22. 50-Daniel Adler[20]; 23. 81G-Greyson Springer[19]; 24. 00-Talin Turner[16].

Last Chance Showdown 1 (12 Laps): 1. 08-Cannon McIntosh[2]; 2. 80-Josh Hawkins[4]; 3. 81G-Greyson Springer[12]; 4. 50-Daniel Adler[8]; 5. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[11]; 6. 72J-Sam Johnson[15]; 7. 32T-Trey Marcham[3]; 8. 17B-Austin Barnhill[1]; 9. 21E-Emilio Hoover[7]; 10. 06-Rylan Gray[16]; 11. 19U-Pierce Urbanosky[5]; 12. 1H-Henry Chambers[18]; 13. 52J-Corey Joyner[14]; 14. 29K-Brian Harvey[17]; 15. 61-Corbin Rueschenberg[13]; 16. 80HD-Joshua Hanna[6]; 17. 7U-Kyle Jones[9]; 18. 9M-Zach Daum[10].

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 14X-Chelby Hinton[1]; 2. 97-Brenham Crouch[4]; 3. 71E-Mariah Ede[3]; 4. 26-Chance Crum[2]; 5. 19U-Pierce Urbanosky[7]; 6. 80HD-Joshua Hanna[5]; 7. 52J-Corey Joyner[8]; 8. 29K-Brian Harvey[9]; 9. 72J-Sam Johnson[6].

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 40-Chase McDermand[2]; 2. 11A-Andrew Felker[1]; 3. 71-Daison Pursley[3]; 4. 00-Talin Turner[5]; 5. 80-Josh Hawkins[6]; 6. 50-Daniel Adler[8]; 7. 61-Corbin Rueschenberg[7]; 8. 06-Rylan Gray[9]; 9. 7U-Kyle Jones[4].

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 25K-Taylor Reimer[1]; 2. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[3]; 3. 71M-Gavin Miller[4]; 4. 71K-Dominic Gorden[7]; 5. 08-Cannon McIntosh[5]; 6. 17B-Austin Barnhill[2]; 7. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[6]; 8. 1H-Henry Chambers[8].

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[1]; 2. 55-Jonathan Beason[3]; 3. 84-Jade Avedisian[4]; 4. 57-Daniel Whitley[5]; 5. 32T-Trey Marcham[6]; 6. 21E-Emilio Hoover[7]; 7. 81G-Greyson Springer[8]; 8. 9M-Zach Daum[2].

Qualifying 1 (6 Laps): 1. 97-Brenham Crouch, 00:11.001[9]; 2. 71E-Mariah Ede, 00:11.004[1]; 3. 26-Chance Crum, 00:11.095[7]; 4. 14X-Chelby Hinton, 00:11.293[4]; 5. 80HD-Joshua Hanna, 00:11.327[2]; 6. 72J-Sam Johnson, 00:11.381[6]; 7. 19U-Pierce Urbanosky, 00:11.399[5]; 8. 52J-Corey Joyner, 00:12.037[8]; 9. 29K-Brian Harvey, 00:12.211[3].

Qualifying 2 (6 Laps): 1. 7U-Kyle Jones, 00:10.965[7]; 2. 71-Daison Pursley, 00:11.191[1]; 3. 40-Chase McDermand, 00:11.222[8]; 4. 11A-Andrew Felker, 00:11.285[6]; 5. 00-Talin Turner, 00:11.310[5]; 6. 80-Josh Hawkins, 00:11.355[4]; 7. 61-Corbin Rueschenberg, 00:11.507[9]; 8. 50-Daniel Adler, 00:11.519[2]; 9. 06-Rylan Gray, 00:11.569[3].

Qualifying 3 (6 Laps): 1. 71M-Gavin Miller, 00:10.890[6]; 2. 01-Bryant Wiedeman, 00:10.986[3]; 3. 17B-Austin Barnhill, 00:11.070[7]; 4. 25K-Taylor Reimer, 00:11.112[5]; 5. 08-Cannon McIntosh, 00:11.115[2]; 6. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold, 00:11.251[1]; 7. 71K-Dominic Gorden, 00:11.294[8]; 8. 1H-Henry Chambers, 00:12.497[4].

Qualifying 4 (6 Laps): 1. 84-Jade Avedisian, 00:10.935[6]; 2. 55-Jonathan Beason, 00:10.998[8]; 3. 9M-Zach Daum, 00:11.034[5]; 4. 19M-Ethan Mitchell, 00:11.064[4]; 5. 57-Daniel Whitley, 00:11.172[7]; 6. 32T-Trey Marcham, 00:11.235[3]; 7. 21E-Emilio Hoover, 00:11.364[2]; 8. 81G-Greyson Springer, 00:11.412[1].

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Cannon McIntosh Maneuvers Win with POWRi National & West/Xtreme Midgets
Belleville, IL. (10/14/22) Cannon McIntosh would use precision and a high-side run in Night One of the Meents Memorial at I-44 Riverside Speedway on Friday Night to capture his seventeenth career victory with the Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget League, running in conjunction with the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series presented by Toyota, after a thrilling feature honoring an industry pioneer.

Early I-44 Riverside competition with thirty-seven entrants of Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget League, in conjunction with the Xtreme Outlaw Midgets, would see Brenham Crouch start quickest with a 10.773-second group qualifying lap as Zach Daum, Jade Avedisian, Daison Pursley, and Austin Barnhill each earned heat racing wins with Brenham Crouch and Greyson Springer picking up the semi-feature victories.

Setting the field of top-notch competitors of competition would find high-point qualifier Jade Avedisian roll an invert of four during Intermission to invert the first two rows. Pole-sitter Jonathon Beason would battle front-row counterpart Zach Daum into the first pair of corners on the opening lap with Jonathan Beason capturing the initial racing advantage as Daum, Cannon McIntosh, Gavin Miller, and Jade Avedisian drove in hot pursuit all inside the top five during the first few laps.

Overtaking for the front of the field, Cannon McIntosh would use a high-side move off turn two to grab the lead on lap eight with the first caution displayed on lap eleven for a spinning Austin Barnhill in turn four on the elbows-up racing surface.

Resuming green flag lead after a field-bunching yellow, Cannon McIntosh would continue to show the way as Beason maintained a solid runner-up while attempting to hold off the surge of Daison Pursley with Gavin Miller and Chance Crum all driving inside the top-five.

Retaining the front of the field through late-race drama, Cannon McIntosh would emerge victorious with the Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget League, in conjunction with the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series presented by Toyota, to earn his record-tying twelfth feature win of the season.

“It feels great to be back here in victory lane, I feel like we had a great car tonight and just had to hit my marks. Overall, a good night, I’m thankful to be a part of this team and there are a lot of people that make this happen” stated a celebratory Cannon McIntosh in the Port City Raceway victory lane.

Daison Pursley would secure a solid runner-up showing with Chance Crum sliding his way into completing the feature's final podium placement. Jonathan Beason would finish fourth as Gavin Miller rounded out the Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget League, in conjunction with the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series, top-five finishers at I-44 Riverside Speedway for Night One of the Charlene Meents Memorial.

POWRi National & West Midget League/Xtreme | I-44 Riverside Speedway | 10/14/22:
Hoosier Racing Tire Fast Hot Lap Time: 97-Brenham Crouch (10.773)
Advanced Racing Suspensions Heat Race 1 Winner: 9M-Zach Daum
Auto Meter Heat Race 2 Winner: 84-Jade Avedisian
Schure Built Suspensions Heat Race 3 Winner: 71-Daison Pursley
AFCO Racing Heat Race 4 Winner: 17B-Austin Barnhill
Max Papis Innovations Semi-Feature 1 Winner: 97-Brenham Crouch
Super Clean Semi-Feature 2 Winner: 81G-Greyson Springer
MVT Services High Point Qualifier: 84-Jade Avedisian
Toyota Racing Development Hard Charger: 71K-Dominic Gorden (+13)
Lucas Oil Feature Winner: 08-Cannon McIntosh

Lucas Oil A-Feature (30 Laps): 1. 08-Cannon McIntosh[3]; 2. 71-Daison Pursley[8]; 3. 26-Chance Crum[15]; 4. 55-Jonathan Beason[1]; 5. 71M-Gavin Miller[6]; 6. 97-Brenham Crouch[17]; 7. 7U-Kyle Jones[12]; 8. 71K-Dominic Gorden[21]; 9. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[14]; 10. 32T-Trey Marcham[22]; 11. 21-Emilio Hoover[24]; 12. 9M-Zach Daum[2]; 13. 84-Jade Avedisian[4]; 14. 25K-Taylor Reimer[5]; 15. 17B-Austin Barnhill[10]; 16. 11A-Andrew Felker[20]; 17. 57-Daniel Whitley[19]; 18. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[16]; 19. 71E-Mariah Ede[23]; 20. 81G-Greyson Springer[18]; 21. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[7]; 22. 61-Kale Drake[13]; 23. 06-Rylan Gray[9]; 24. 14J-Jody Rosenboom[11].

Last Chance Showdown 1 (12 Laps): 1. 97-Brenham Crouch[3]; 2. 57-Daniel Whitley[1]; 3. 71K-Dominic Gorden[2]; 4. 14X-Chelby Hinton[4]; 5. 71E-Mariah Ede[10]; 6. 72J-Sam Johnson[6]; 7. 80-Josh Hawkins[5]; 8. 19U-Pierce Urbanosky[8]; 9. 80HD-Joshua Hanna[9]; 10. 52J-Corey Joyner[7]; 11. 29K-Brian Harvey[11].

Last Chance Showdown 2 (12 Laps): 1. 81G-Greyson Springer[2]; 2. 11A-Andrew Felker[1]; 3. 32T-Trey Marcham[6]; 4. 21-Emilio Hoover[7]; 5. 50-Daniel Adler[4]; 6. 00-Talin Turner[8]; 7. 26R-Corbin Rueschenberg[3]; 8. 8X-Austin Shores[5]; 9. 59-Richard Harvey[9]; 10. 40-Chase McDermand[10].

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 9M-Zach Daum[2]; 2. 08-Cannon McIntosh[4]; 3. 61-Kale Drake[1]; 4. 7U-Kyle Jones[3]; 5. 11A-Andrew Felker[5]; 6. 80-Josh Hawkins[6]; 7. 32T-Trey Marcham[7]; 8. 00-Talin Turner[10]; 9. 80HD-Joshua Hanna[8]; 10. 29K-Brian Harvey[9].

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 84-Jade Avedisian[3]; 2. 06-Rylan Gray[5]; 3. 14J-Jody Rosenboom[6]; 4. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[2]; 5. 81G-Greyson Springer[7]; 6. 8X-Austin Shores[9]; 7. 26R-Corbin Rueschenberg[1]; 8. 97-Brenham Crouch[4]; 9. 59-Richard Harvey[8].

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 71-Daison Pursley[1]; 2. 55-Jonathan Beason[3]; 3. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[4]; 4. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[5]; 5. 57-Daniel Whitley[2]; 6. 14X-Chelby Hinton[6]; 7. 72J-Sam Johnson[8]; 8. 21-Emilio Hoover[7]; 9. 71E-Mariah Ede[9]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 17B-Austin Barnhill[1]; 2. 25K-Taylor Reimer[3]; 3. 71M-Gavin Miller[4]; 4. 26-Chance Crum[2]; 5. 71K-Dominic Gorden[5]; 6. 50-Daniel Adler[6]; 7. 52J-Corey Joyner[7]; 8. 19U-Pierce Urbanosky[8]; 9. 40-Chase McDermand[9].

Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 08-Cannon McIntosh, 00:10.835[9]; 2. 7U-Kyle Jones, 00:11.024[5]; 3. 9M-Zach Daum, 00:11.066[3]; 4. 61-Kale Drake, 00:11.093[10]; 5. 11A-Andrew Felker, 00:11.109[1]; 6. 80-Josh Hawkins, 00:11.563[7]; 7. 32T-Trey Marcham, 00:11.612[6]; 8. 80HD-Joshua Hanna, 00:11.667[4]; 9. 29K-Brian Harvey, 00:14.334[2]; 10. 00-Talin Turner, 00:30.000[8].

Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 97-Brenham Crouch, 00:10.773[2]; 2. 84-Jade Avedisian, 00:10.902[9]; 3. 01-Bryant Wiedeman, 00:10.948[6]; 4. 26R-Corbin Rueschenberg, 00:11.077[4]; 5. 06-Rylan Gray, 00:11.100[5]; 6. 14J-Jody Rosenboom, 00:11.271[3]; 7. 81G-Greyson Springer, 00:11.404[8]; 8. 59-Richard Harvey, 00:30.000[1]; 9. 8X-Austin Shores, 00:30.000[7].

Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 19M-Ethan Mitchell, 00:10.935[2]; 2. 55-Jonathan Beason, 00:10.960[8]; 3. 57-Daniel Whitley, 00:10.961[9]; 4. 71-Daison Pursley, 00:10.984[4]; 5. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold, 00:11.080[6]; 6. 14X-Chelby Hinton, 00:11.237[1]; 7. 21-Emilio Hoover, 00:11.272[5]; 8. 72J-Sam Johnson, 00:11.294[7]; 9. 71E-Mariah Ede, 00:11.514[3].

Qualifying 4 (3 Laps): 1. 71M-Gavin Miller, 00:10.903[8]; 2. 25K-Taylor Reimer, 00:11.120[3]; 3. 26-Chance Crum, 00:11.140[5]; 4. 17B-Austin Barnhill, 00:11.147[6]; 5. 71K-Dominic Gorden, 00:11.150[7]; 6. 50-Daniel Adler, 00:11.439[1]; 7. 52J-Corey Joyner, 00:11.744[2]; 8. 19U-Pierce Urbanosky, 00:11.787[9]; 9. 40-Chase McDermand, 01:00.000[4].

Next up for the Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget League, running in conjunction with the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series, will be a continuation of the end-of-season Oklahoma swing with the final nightly visit to I-44 Riverside Speedway on October 15 in the Meents Memorial.

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Zach Daum Wins with POWRi National & West/Xtreme Midgets in DRC Sooner State 55

Belleville, IL. (10/13/22) Zach Daum would hold steady using a low line in the Donnie Ray Crawford Sooner State 55 at Port City Raceway on Thursday Night to capture his twenty-first career victory with the Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget League, running in conjunction with the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series presented by Toyota, in the intense feature honoring the Oklahoma talent.

Early Port City Raceway competition with forty entrants of Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget League, in conjunction with the Xtreme Outlaw Midgets, would see Ethan Mitchell start quickest with a 9.123-second group qualifying-lap as Dominic Gorden, Gavin Miller, Zach Daum, Daniel Whitley, and Cannon McIntosh each earned heat racing wins with Corbin Rueschenberg and Taylor Reimer picking up the semi-feature win.

Setting the field of competitors for fifty-five laps of competition would find high-point qualifier Zach Daum roll an invert of six during Intermission to invert the first three rows. Pole-sitter Daniel Whitley would battle front-row counterpart Gavin Miller into the first pair of corners on the opening lap with Gavin Miller capturing the initial racing advantage as Cannon McIntosh, Daison Pursley, and Brenham Crouch drove in hot pursuit all inside the top five during the first few laps.

Mechanical issues for a front pack-running Cannon McIntosh would bring out the first caution of the feature on lap five taking him from the competition and bunching the field back together with fifty laps remaining.

Cruising out front after the early restart, Gavin Miller would lead Brenham Crouch and Zach Daum for the running podium placement as Daison Pursley and Jade Avedisian battled behind the leading trio.

Overtaking for the front of the field, Brent Crews would grab the lead on lap twenty-five by using the high-side with Zach Daum racing into runner-up as Gavin Miller, Brenham Crouch, and Chelby Hinton all drove inside the top five. Lap traffic would come into play as contact with Gavin Miller would bring the caution on the track while bunching the field back together.

Running two very different lines, Brent Crews and Zach Daum would battle intensely with Crews running high side as Daum snuck around the inside line. Daum would overtake for the front with the low-line showing speed late as Brent Crews would be involved in an accident with lap traffic on lap thirty-five sidelining him for the rest of the feature.

Maintaining the front of the field, Zach Daum would not be denied with the Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget League, in conjunction with the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series presented by Toyota, to earn their first feature victory of the season.

“It’s about time really, we’ve been consistent but this win makes it even better. This win feels good for Bundy, I was debating about moving up to the top but I figured the bottom was where I needed to be,” stated Zach Daum in the Port City Raceway victory lane.

Gavan Boschele would secure a solid runner-up showing with Chelby Hinton hard-charging his way to completing the feature's final podium placement. Kyle Jones would finish fourth as Bryant Wiedeman rounded out the Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget League, in conjunction with the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series, top-five finishers at Port City Raceway for the Donnie Ray Crawford Sooner State 55.

POWRi National & West Midget League/Xtreme | Port City Raceway | 10/13/22: Hoosier Racing Tire Fast Hot Lap Time: 19M-Ethan Mitchell (9.123) Advanced Racing Suspensions Heat Race 1 Winner: 71K-Dominic Gorden Auto Meter Heat Race 2 Winner: 71M-Gavin Miller Schure Built Suspensions Heat Race 3 Winner: 9M-Zach Daum AFCO Racing Heat Race 4 Winner: 57-Daniel Whitley Shoenfeld Headers Heat Race 5 Winner: 08-Cannon McIntosh Max Papis Innovations Semi-Feature 1 Winner: 26R-Corbin Rueschenberg Super Clean Semi-Feature 2 Winner: 25K-Taylor Reimer MVT Services High Point Qualifier: 9M-Zach Daum Toyota Racing Development Hard Charger: 14X-Chelby Hinton Lucas Oil Feature Winner: 9M-Zach Daum

Lucas Oil A-Feature (55 Laps): 1. 9M-Zach Daum[6]; 2. 5-Gavan Boschele[19]; 3. 14X-Chelby Hinton[21]; 4. 7U-Kyle Jones[12]; 5. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[15]; 6. 71-Daison Pursley[4]; 7. 97-Brenham Crouch[5]; 8. 25K-Taylor Reimer[18]; 9. 84-Jade Avedisian[9]; 10. 71M-Gavin Miller[2]; 11. 71K-Dominic Gorden[8]; 12. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[14]; 13. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[13]; 14. 55-Jonathan Beason[7]; 15. 26R-Corbin Rueschenberg[17]; 16. 72J-Sam Johnson[23]; 17. 21-Emilio Hoover[25]; 18. 71E-Mariah Ede[24]; 19. 57-Daniel Whitley[1]; 20. 97K-Brent Crews[10]; 21. 61-Kale Drake[20]; 22. 40-Chase McDermand[11]; 23. 8-Alex Sewell[16]; 24. 08-Cannon McIntosh[3]; 25. 26-Chance Crum[22].

Last Chance Showdown 1 (12 Laps): 1. 26R-Corbin Rueschenberg[2]; 2. 5-Gavan Boschele[4]; 3. 14X-Chelby Hinton[9]; 4. 72J-Sam Johnson[1]; 5. 11A-Andrew Felker[7]; 6. 15D-Andrew Deal[8]; 7. 80-Josh Hawkins[12]; 8. 71E-Mariah Ede[6]; 9. 80HD-Joshua Hanna[10]; 10. 17B-Austin Barnhill[11]; 11. 14J-Jody Rosenboom[3]; 12. 8X-Austin Shores[5].

Last Chance Showdown 2 (12 Laps): 1. 25K-Taylor Reimer[1]; 2. 61-Kale Drake[6]; 3. 26-Chance Crum[5]; 4. 81G-Greyson Springer[4]; 5. 00-Talin Turner[3]; 6. 50-Daniel Adler[9]; 7. 06-Rylan Gray[7]; 8. 21-Emilio Hoover[8]; 9. 91-Jeff Stasa[11]; 10. 52J-Corey Joyner[10]; 11. 08X-Ace McCarthy[2]; 12. 7K-Kolton Gariss[12].

Toyota Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 71K-Dominic Gorden[1]; 2. 55-Jonathan Beason[3]; 3. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[2]; 4. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[4]; 5. 5-Gavan Boschele[5]; 6. 11A-Andrew Felker[6]; 7. 14X-Chelby Hinton[7]; 8. 91-Jeff Stasa[8].

TJ Forged Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 71M-Gavin Miller[2]; 2. 71-Daison Pursley[4]; 3. 7U-Kyle Jones[3]; 4. 08X-Ace McCarthy[1]; 5. 81G-Greyson Springer[7]; 6. 71E-Mariah Ede[5]; 7. 15D-Andrew Deal[6]; 8. 7K-Kolton Gariss[8].

Shoenfeld Headers Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. 9M-Zach Daum[4]; 2. 40-Chase McDermand[2]; 3. 72J-Sam Johnson[1]; 4. 8-Alex Sewell[3]; 5. 8X-Austin Shores[5]; 6. 06-Rylan Gray[7]; 7. 80HD-Joshua Hanna[8]; 8. 52J-Corey Joyner[6].

DMI Heat 4 (10 Laps): 1. 57-Daniel Whitley[2]; 2. 97-Brenham Crouch[4]; 3. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[3]; 4. 14J-Jody Rosenboom[7]; 5. 00-Talin Turner[1]; 6. 61-Kale Drake[5]; 7. 21-Emilio Hoover[6]; 8. 80-Josh Hawkins[8].

Toyota Heat 5 (10 Laps): 1. 08-Cannon McIntosh[2]; 2. 97K-Brent Crews[5]; 3. 84-Jade Avedisian[4]; 4. 26R-Corbin Rueschenberg[6]; 5. 25K-Taylor Reimer[3]; 6. 26-Chance Crum[1]; 7. 50-Daniel Adler[8]; 8. 17B-Austin Barnhill[7].

Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 19M-Ethan Mitchell, 00:09.123[6]; 2. 55-Jonathan Beason, 00:09.217[8]; 3. 01-Bryant Wiedeman, 00:09.302[1]; 4. 71K-Dominic Gorden, 00:09.326[5]; 5. 5-Gavan Boschele, 00:09.362[2]; 6. 11A-Andrew Felker, 00:09.379[4]; 7. 14X-Chelby Hinton, 00:09.506[7]; 8. 91-Jeff Stasa, 00:09.946[3].

Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 71-Daison Pursley, 00:09.432[8]; 2. 7U-Kyle Jones, 00:09.463[7]; 3. 71M-Gavin Miller, 00:09.534[5]; 4. 08X-Ace McCarthy, 00:09.565[2]; 5. 71E-Mariah Ede, 00:09.595[1]; 6. 15D-Andrew Deal, 00:09.663[4]; 7. 81G-Greyson Springer, 00:09.821[3]; 8. 7K-Kolton Gariss, 10:00.000[6].

Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 9M-Zach Daum, 00:09.267[2]; 2. 8-Alex Sewell, 00:09.452[3]; 3. 40-Chase McDermand, 00:09.549[5]; 4. 72J-Sam Johnson, 00:09.957[7]; 5. 8X-Austin Shores, 00:10.158[4]; 6. 52J-Corey Joyner, 00:10.365[6]; 7. 06-Rylan Gray, 00:10.367[8]; 8. 80HD-Joshua Hanna, 00:10.440[1].

Qualifying 4 (3 Laps): 1. 97-Brenham Crouch, 00:09.226[1]; 2. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold, 00:09.562[2]; 3. 57-Daniel Whitley, 00:09.586[4]; 4. 00-Talin Turner, 00:09.766[3]; 5. 61-Kale Drake, 00:09.846[7]; 6. 21-Emilio Hoover, 00:09.876[8]; 7. 14J-Jody Rosenboom, 00:09.879[6]; 8. 80-Josh Hawkins, 00:10.236[5].

Qualifying 5 (3 Laps): 1. 84-Jade Avedisian, 00:09.349[2]; 2. 25K-Taylor Reimer, 00:09.388[5]; 3. 08-Cannon McIntosh, 00:09.389[6]; 4. 26-Chance Crum, 00:09.459[4]; 5. 97K-Brent Crews, 00:09.523[3]; 6. 26R-Corbin Rueschenberg, 00:09.557[7]; 7. 17B-Austin Barnhill, 00:09.674[8]; 8. 50-Daniel Adler, 00:09.781[1].

Next up for the Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget League, running in conjunction with the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series, will be a continuation of the end-of-season Oklahoma swing with a two-day visit to I-44 Riverside Speedway on October 14-15 in the Annual Meents Memorial.

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SAGE BORDENAVE RETURNS TO PETALUMA SPEEDWAY VICTORY LANE WITH WMR

Petaluma, Calif. (October 9, 2022) – Sage Bordenave of French Camp won his third career Western Midget Racing presented by Masters Design and Construction feature on Saturday night at Petaluma Speedway.

Terry Nichols and Bordenave split the six lap heat races then shared the front row for the 20-lap feature. Bordenave drove around the outside of Nichols into turn one for the lead. Brentwood’s Blake Bower challenged Nichols for second while his teammate Bryant Bell of Oakley battled with Santa Rosa’s Zack Albers in Cameron Beard’s No. 42.

Bower and Bell both drove past Nichols and tried to track down Bordenave. Nichols unfortunately stopped on lap nine with a mechanical issue on the front stretch. Bell also suffered an issue that prevented him from continuing.

Jason Sanders spun into the infield for a caution flag, setting up a five-lap run to the finish. Bordenave held station over challenges from Bower until Bower bicycled in turn one and fell to third. Bower then stopped in turn four for a caution on lap 18.

Bordenave led the final two laps to top Albers, Lodi’s Nate Wait, Isaiah Vasquez, and Cody Jessop in David Prickett’s No. 22q.

Western Midget Racing returns to Ventura Raceway on Saturday October 15!

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Western Midget Racing is presented by: Masters Design and Construction, Rockwell Security, Rams Racing, Hoosier Racing Tire, Extreme Mufflers, FTK, Blud Lubricants, and West Evans Motorsports.

October 9, 2022 – Petaluma Speedway (Petaluma, Calif.) Results

Heat 1 (6 Laps): 1. 7a Terry Nichols; Heat 2 (6 Laps): 1. 11 Sage Bordenave

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 11 Sage Bordenave, 2. 42 Zack Albers, 3. 20w Nate Wait, 4. 35x Isaiah Vasquez, 5. 22q Cody Jessop, 6. 20 Kyle Hawse, 7. 9 Blake Bower, 8. 35 Jason Sanders, 9. 09 Bryant Bell, 10. 7a Terry Nichols, 11. 3 Sparky Howard DNS: 4 David Lindt III

 

 

Cole Duncan tames tricky Fremont for $10K Jim and Joanne Ford All Star win

Saturday, Oct. 8, 2022

By Brian Liskai

FREMONT, Ohio – Cole Duncan knew track position was going to be everything on a very slick Fremont Speedway Saturday, Oct. 8 for the 15th Annual Jim and Joanne Ford Classic with the Tezos All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1. The Circleville, Ohio driver piloted the Sam McGhee Motorsports #11 to a dash win that put him on the pole of the shortened 30 lap A –main, and other than a couple of challenges in heavy lapped traffic, held on to score the $10,000 payday to close out the All Star’s 2022 season on Great Lakes Truck Center Night.

By taking the green in hot laps, Tyler Courtney wrapped up his second consecutive All Star title and the $80,000 award.

It was the second big payday with the All Stars this season for Duncan who earned a $15,000 win at Atomic Speedway in Chillicothe, Ohio. It was his eighth career series win and the seventh victory of his career at Fremont. He became the third driver to take the Mike McGhee and Associates/XYZ Machining, Lind’s United Auto Glass, Townline Variety, FK Rod Ends, Champion Oil backed machine to a win, joining Parker Price Miller and Anthony Macri.

Duncan built a sizeable lead until heavy lapped traffic came into play by lap 10. Travis Phil closed and on lap 18 drove beside Duncan but could not complete the pass. The first caution flew with just four laps to go gave Duncan a clear track. Other than a caution with two laps to go, Duncan utilized the clear track and clean air to drove to the win over Philo, Kyle Reinhardt, who used the last caution to muscle his way to the podium finish, with Cole Macedo and Zeb Wise rounding out the top five.

“When the track gets like that we were lucky enough to draw the outside of the front row for the dash and it was my job to get a good start there and I didn’t want to let these guys down. Sammy and Kevin and Jim Bob worked really hard this weekend and gave me two really really good race cars. Just so thankful for the opportunity. We had a rough patch through the middle of the year and you almost feel like you are washed up…you can’t do anything right. It was a breath of fresh air to come and just be a driver tonight. I love driving my family car and putting in the work on it but it was really nice and relaxing to just come and drive and we were good from the time we unloaded,” said Duncan.

“I’m so thankful for the opportunity and I wish Mike and Kathy could be here. Mike was telling me all week he was going to be here but I know he’s busy at work. I wish my parents could have been here but I had my wife and Jeff Karshner who is part of my personal team was here so that was pretty good cool,” added Duncan.

For Philo it was the second time he finished second to Duncan in a big money race as he lost the lead late to Duncan at Atomic earlier this year.

“I had a couple of runs there going into three where I probably could have pushed the issue and that’s generally how I race. Cole and I race pretty good together…we’ve been doing this for a long time now. Congrats to Cole…that’s two big races we’ve run second to him,” said Philo beside his Control Design Solutions, Tire Slick, Banshee Graphics, Columbus Equipment backed #5T.

The Fremont Federal Credit Union 305s were split into odds and evens in track points to run a pair of 20-lap features. In the first A-main Tyler Shullick lead the first 17 laps but it was sixth starter and 2022 track champion Paul Weaver who utilized the middle of the track to take the lead and drive to his seventh win of the year at Fremont, the 71st win of his career at the track placing him third on the all-time win list.

“You just have to be smart and not spin your tires. Everyone was on the bottom and I just went up a groove,” said Weaver beside his Steve Brown’s B&B Drain Service, Hampshire Racing Engines, M&L Excavating, Seagate Sandblasting, Fostoria Mod Shop backed #31.

“We just had a miserable year and I don’t know why. Last year we won five features here and all we did was freshen the motor during the off-season. I can’t thank Jimmy and Courtney McGrath enough for putting me in this car,” said Stroup beside his Automatic Fire Protection; Level Performance; Advance Auto Parts ; Vantage, MLP Lawn Care and Snow Removal; Sulfur Town Pub, Sherry Stroup at Century 21 backed #10x.

Fremont Speedway will close out the year on Friday, Oct. 14 with the Stock-Tober special featuring the dirt trucks taking on the Oakshade Raceway stock cars.

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Fremont Speedway

Saturday, Oct 08, 2022

All Star Circuit of Champions

Entries 39

C&R Racing Hot Laps:

Dixie Vodka Fast Qualifier: Cole Duncan | 14.413

Hunt Brothers Pizza Heat 1 Winner: Greg Wilson

Competition Suspension Inc Heat 2 Winner: Cole Macedo

All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads Heat 3 Winner: Zeb Wise

Mobil 1 Heat 4 Winner: Craig Mintz

Elliott's Custom Trailers Dash Winner: Cole Duncan

Classic Ink USA B-main Winner: Chris Windom

Rayce Rudeen Foundation First Non-Transfer: Zane DeVault

Mobil 1 A-main Winner: Cole Duncan

Hercules Tires A-Main Hard Charger: Ricky Peterson (+8)

Qualifying

Group (A)

1. 11-Cole Duncan, 14.413; 2. 17B-Bill Balog, 14.501; 3. 1-Nate Dussel, 14.737; 4. 97-Greg Wilson, 14.902; 5. 5-Byron Reed, 14.996; 6. 19-Chris Windom, 15.008; 7. 46-Michael Bauer, 15.396; 8. 11J-David Kalb Jr., 15.459; 9. 86-Mike Lutz Jr., 15.774; 10. 88N-Frank Neill, 16.363

Group (B)

1. 91-Kyle Reinhardt, 15.104; 2. 18-Cole Macedo, 15.208; 3. 7BC-Tyler Courtney, 15.213; 4. 16-DJ Foos, 15.272; 5. 35-Stuart Brubaker, 15.406; 6. 4-Chris Andrews, 15.478; 7. 71H-Max Stambaugh, 15.582; 8. 9-Ricky Peterson, 15.612; 9. 22B-Ryan Broughton, 15.802; 10. 12-Shawn Valenti, 16.015

Group (C)

1. 13-Justin Peck, 15.060; 2. 26-Zeb Wise, 15.221; 3. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg, 15.356; 4. 29X-Cap Henry, 15.452; 5. 3J-Trey Jacobs, 15.505; 6. 49X-Cale Thomas, 15.591; 7. 47BC-Emerson Axsom, 15.682; 8. 20B-Cody Bova, 15.706; 9. 45-Tim Shaffer, 15.739; 10. 99-Skylar Gee, 15.806

Group (D)

1. 5T-Travis Philo, 15.473; 2. O9-Craig Mintz, 15.818; 3. 29-Zeth Sabo, 15.836; 4. 81-Lee Jacobs, 16.014; 5. 11N-Ayrton Olsen, 16.062; 6. 14H-Zane DeVault, 16.105; 7. 33W-Caleb Griffith, 16.306; 8. 4T-Josh Turner, 16.347; 9. 28M-Conner Morrell, 16.471

Heat 1 (8 Laps) - Top 5 Transfer

1. 97-Greg Wilson [3]; 2. 1-Nate Dussel [2]; 3. 17B-Bill Balog [1]; 4. 11-Cole Duncan [4]; 5. 5-Byron Reed [5]; 6. 19-Chris Windom [6]; 7. 11J-David Kalb Jr. [8]; 8. 46-Michael Bauer [7]; 9. 86-Mike Lutz Jr. [9]; 10. 88N-Frank Neill [10]

Heat 2 (8 Laps) - Top 5 Transfer

1. 18-Cole Macedo [1]; 2. 7BC-Tyler Courtney [2]; 3. 91-Kyle Reinhardt [4]; 4. 16-DJ Foos [3]; 5. 4-Chris Andrews [6]; 6. 9-Ricky Peterson [8]; 7. 22B-Ryan Broughton [9]; 8. 35-Stuart Brubaker [5]; 9. 12-Shawn Valenti [10]; 10. 71H-Max Stambaugh [7]

Heat 3 (8 Laps) - Top 5 Transfer

1. 26-Zeb Wise [1]; 2. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg [2]; 3. 13-Justin Peck [4]; 4. 29X-Cap Henry [3]; 5. 99-Skylar Gee [10]; 6. 47BC-Emerson Axsom [7]; 7. 3J-Trey Jacobs [5]; 8. 49X-Cale Thomas [6]; 9. 45-Tim Shaffer [9]; 10. 20B-Cody Bova [8]

Heat 4 (8 Laps) - Top 5 Transfer

1. O9-Craig Mintz [1]; 2. 5T-Travis Philo [4]; 3. 29-Zeth Sabo [2]; 4. 81-Lee Jacobs [3]; 5. 4T-Josh Turner [8]; 6. 14H-Zane DeVault [6]; 7. 28M-Conner Morrell [9]; 8. 11N-Ayrton Olsen [5]; 9. 33W-Caleb Griffith [7]

Dash (6 Laps)

1. 11-Cole Duncan [2]; 2. 5T-Travis Philo [1]; 3. 18-Cole Macedo [4]; 4. O9-Craig Mintz [3]; 5. 97-Greg Wilson [5]; 6. 91-Kyle Reinhardt [6]; 7. 13-Justin Peck [7]; 8. 26-Zeb Wise [8]

B-main (12 Laps) - Top 4 Transfer

1. 19-Chris Windom [1]; 2. 47BC-Emerson Axsom [4]; 3. 9-Ricky Peterson [3]; 4. 46-Michael Bauer [2]; 5. 14H-Zane DeVault [5]; 6. 22B-Ryan Broughton [8]; 7. 35-Stuart Brubaker [10]; 8. 45-Tim Shaffer [13]; 9. 11J-David Kalb Jr. [6]; 10. 3J-Trey Jacobs [7]; 11. 86-Mike Lutz Jr. [14]; 12. 71H-Max Stambaugh [17]; 13. 20B-Cody Bova [18]; 14. 11N-Ayrton Olsen [12]; 15. 28M-Conner Morrell [9]; 16. 33W-Caleb Griffith [16]; 17. 88N-Frank Neill [19]; 18. 12-Shawn Valenti [15]

A-main (30 Laps)

1. 11-Cole Duncan [1]; 2. 5T-Travis Philo [2]; 3. 91-Kyle Reinhardt [6]; 4. 18-Cole Macedo [3]; 5. 26-Zeb Wise [8]; 6. 97-Greg Wilson [5]; 7. 1-Nate Dussel [9]; 8. 13-Justin Peck [7]; 9. 7BC-Tyler Courtney [10]; 10. 17B-Bill Balog [12]; 11. 4-Chris Andrews [18]; 12. 81-Lee Jacobs [16]; 13. 16-DJ Foos [14]; 14. 19-Chris Windom [21]; 15. 9-Ricky Peterson [23]; 16. 29X-Cap Henry [15]; 17. 5-Byron Reed [17]; 18. 47BC-Emerson Axsom [22]; 19. 99-Skylar Gee [19]; 20. 46-Michael Bauer [24]; 21. O9-Craig Mintz [4]; 22. 29-Zeth Sabo [13]; 23. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg [11]; 24. 4T-Josh Turner [20]

305 Sprints - Fremont Federal Credit Union

A-Main 1 - (20 Laps)

1. 31-Paul Weaver[6] ; 2. 61-Tyler Shullick[1] ; 3. 28-Shawn Valenti[2] ; 4. X-Mike Keegan[4] ; 5. 5Jr-Jimmy McGrath Jr[3] ; 6. 99-Alvin Roepke[9] ; 7. 29-Bryan Sebetto[8] ; 8. 9R-Logan Riehl[7] ; 9. 8-TJ Michael[10] ; 10. 5K-Kasey Jedrzejek[5] ; 11. 10TS-Tyler Gunn[14] ; 12. 48-Mike Burkin[15] ; 13. 6-Jimmie Ward[12] ; 14. 16-Lee Sommers[13] ; 15. 5M-Mike Moore[11]

A-Main 2 - (0 Laps)

1. 10X-Dustin Stroup[3] ; 2. 5-Kody Brewer[2] ; 3. 19R-Steve Rando[6] ; 4. 20i-Kelsey Ivy[4] ; 5. 51M-Haldon Miller[1] ; 6. 34-Jud Dickerson[8] ; 7. X15-Kasey Ziebold[7] ; 8. 26-Jamie Miller[5] ; 9. 27K-Jeremy Kornbau[15] ; 10. 3F-Wade Fraley[9] ; 11. 27-Calob Crispen[10] ; 12. 63-Randy Ruble[11] ; 13. 26X-Blayne Keckler[13] ; 14. 4-Shawn Wolford[14] ; 15. 17X-Dustin Keegan[12]

 

 

Corey Day adds the Cotton Classic to growing resume in California

Hanford, CA…Clovis, California’s Corey Day captured an entertaining Cotton Classic on Friday at Keller Auto Speedway, scooping up his second Sprint Car Challenge Tour presented by Elk Grove Ford and Abreu Vineyards win of the season.

The 16-year-old throttle masher was one of four different leaders in the main event and claimed victory aboard the Meyers Constructors No. 14 machine.

Fresno’s Dominic Scelzi claimed the High Sierra Industries Dash and jumped into the lead at the waving of the Ed Entz green flag in the 35-lap finale. He quickly had company in the form of San Jose’s Tim Kaeding, who was aboard the Works Limited No. 57 during the night. TK ran his customary high line and shot to the lead after a handful of laps.

Hanford’s DJ Netto then made his presence known going from third to the top spot on lap six.

A well-groomed racing surface gave drivers multiple different lines to use in the feature, as fans certainly got their monies worth on this night. Corey Day had been ripping around the top side and charged past Netto for the lead on lap 11. With 17 circuits down Netto then returned the favor, only to have Day get it right back moments later. Netto kept him within sights until the laps started to wind down and Day kicked it into overdrive.

The youngster eventually accepted the checkered flag to add the Cotton Classic to his list of prestigious wins this year. In June, Day also tallied triumphs at the Dave Bradway Jr. Memorial in Placerville and the Pombo-Sargent Classic in Watsonville.

Netto crossed the stripe in second to continue his ultra-consistent campaign with the Sprint Car Challenge Tour. In six starts he has brought home four top-five efforts. Scelzi rounded out the podium, while Tim Kaeding and 14th starter Justin Sanders completed the top-five. Finishing sixth through 10th in the Cotton Classic main event were Shane Golobic, Sean Watts, Tony Gomes, Pit Stop USA Hard Charger Chase Johnson and Joel Myers Jr.

A total of 43 cars competed at the penultimate round of the season for the Sprint Car Challenge Tour presented by Elk Grove Ford and Abreu Vineyards. Hanford’s Mitchell Faccinto began the evening by earning the Bianchi Farms Fast Time Award with a lap of 13.948 around the 3/8 mile clay oval.

SCCT will now get set to cap the 2022 season at the Stockton Dirt Track on Saturday November 5th during the annual Tribute to Gary Patterson.
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SCCT Results- Keller Auto Speedway 43 Entries

A Feature 35 Laps

1. 14-Corey Day[5]; 2. 88N-DJ Netto[3]; 3. 41-Dominic Scelzi[1]; 4. 57-Tim Kaeding[2]; 5. 2X-Justin Sanders[14]; 6. 17W-Shane Golobic[11]; 7. 88W-Sean Watts[9]; 8. 75-Tony Gomes[4]; 9. 28-Chase Johnson[19]; 10. 46JR-Joel Myers[16]; 11. 2K-Kaleb Montgomery[8]; 12. 67G-Grant Duinkerken[12]; 13. 92-Andy Forsberg[6]; 14. 12B-Dawson Faria[24]; 15. 2-Brooklyn Holland[17]; 16. X1-Michael Faccinto[21]; 17. 33-Dylan Bloomfield[18]; 18. 97-Ryan Robinson[13]; 19. 18-Grant Champlin[23]; 20. 115-Nick Parker[7]; 21. (DNF) 0-Jonathan Allard[15]; 22. (DNF) 69-Bud Kaeding[10]; 23. (DNF) 32-Caden Sarale[20]; 24. (DNF) 21-Mitchell Faccinto[22]

B Feature 12 Laps
1. X1-Michael Faccinto[1]; 2. 21-Mitchell Faccinto[5]; 3. 18-Grant Champlin[4]; 4. 12B-Dawson Faria[8]; 5. 9-Dustin Freitas[2]; 6. 38N-Kyle Rasmussen[15]; 7. 2XM-Max Mittry[10]; 8. 21X-Gauge Garcia[7]; 9. 9L-Luke Hayes[13]; 10. 94-Greg Decaires V[11]; 11. 36-Craig Stidham[18]; 12. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez[14]; 13. 5D-Connor Danell[6]; 14. 15-Cody Key; 15. 6C-Travis Coelho[12]; 16. 88K-Koen Shaw[17]; 17. 4-Jake Hodges[19]; 18. 63D-Jon De Wees[16]; 19. 51-Brody Fuson; 20. (DNF) 72W-Kurt Nelson[3]; 21. (DNF) 10F-Jared Faria[9]

Dash 4 Laps
1. 41-Dominic Scelzi[1]; 2. 57-Tim Kaeding[2]; 3. 88N-DJ Netto[6]; 4. 75-Tony Gomes[3]; 5. 14-Corey Day[7]; 6. 92-Andy Forsberg[5]; 7. 115-Nick Parker[8]; 8. 2K-Kaleb Montgomery[4]

Heat 1 8 Laps
1. 88N-DJ Netto[2]; 2. 69-Bud Kaeding[7]; 3. 2K-Kaleb Montgomery[4]; 4. 2X-Justin Sanders[5]; 5. 33-Dylan Bloomfield[8]; 6. 72W-Kurt Nelson[10]; 7. 5D-Connor Danell[9]; 8. 10F-Jared Faria[6]; 9. 9L-Luke Hayes[3]; 10. (DNF) 7P-Jake Andreotti[1]

Heat 2 8 Laps
1. 115-Nick Parker[2]; 2. 88W-Sean Watts[1]; 3. 97-Ryan Robinson[6]; 4. 75-Tony Gomes[4]; 5. 32-Caden Sarale[8]; 6. 9-Dustin Freitas[3]; 7. 21X-Gauge Garcia[7]; 8. 94-Greg Decaires V[10]; 9. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez[9]; 10. 15-Cody Key[11]; 11. 88K-Koen Shaw[5]

Heat 3 8 Laps
1. 57-Tim Kaeding[1]; 2. 92-Andy Forsberg[2]; 3. 17W-Shane Golobic[5]; 4. 0-Jonathan Allard[7]; 5. 2-Brooklyn Holland[3]; 6. X1-Michael Faccinto[6]; 7. 21-Mitchell Faccinto[4]; 8. 2XM-Max Mittry[8]; 9. 63D-Jon De Wees[11]; 10. 51-Brody Fuson[10]; 11. 36-Craig Stidham[9]

Heat 4 8 Laps
1. 14-Corey Day[1]; 2. 41-Dominic Scelzi[4]; 3. 67G-Grant Duinkerken[2]; 4. 46JR-Joel Myers[3]; 5. 28-Chase Johnson[5]; 6. 18-Grant Champlin[6]; 7. 12B-Dawson Faria[11]; 8. 6C-Travis Coelho[7]; 9. 38N-Kyle Rasmussen[8]; 10. 5R-Ryan Rocha[9]; 11. 4-Jake Hodges[10]

Qualifying 1 2 Laps
1. 2K-Kaleb Montgomery, 00:13.951[3]; 2. 7P-Jake Andreotti, 00:13.978[4]; 3. 88N-DJ Netto, 00:14.093[8]; 4. 9L-Luke Hayes, 00:14.125[9]; 5. 2X-Justin Sanders, 00:14.172[1]; 6. 10F-Jared Faria, 00:14.175[5]; 7. 69-Bud Kaeding, 00:14.234[10]; 8. 33-Dylan Bloomfield, 00:14.282[7]; 9. 5D-Connor Danell, 00:14.319[2]; 10. 72W-Kurt Nelson, 00:14.414[6]

Qualifying 2 2 Laps
1. 75-Tony Gomes, 00:14.147[3]; 2. 88W-Sean Watts, 00:14.230[9]; 3. 115-Nick Parker, 00:14.303[4]; 4. 9-Dustin Freitas, 00:14.315[8]; 5. 88K-Koen Shaw, 00:14.380[6]; 6. 97-Ryan Robinson, 00:14.389[11]; 7. 21X-Gauge Garcia, 00:14.411[7]; 8. 32-Caden Sarale, 00:14.470[5]; 9. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez, 00:14.553[2]; 10. 94-Greg Decaires V, 00:14.579[1]; 11. 15-Cody Key, 00:14.680[10]

Qualifying 3 2 Laps
1. 21-Mitchell Faccinto[3]; 2. 57-Tim Kaeding[9]; 3. 92-Andy Forsberg[1]; 4. 2-Brooklyn Holland[8]; 5. 17W-Shane Golobic[5]; 6. X1-Michael Faccinto[4]; 7. 0-Jonathan Allard[6]; 8. 2XM-Max Mittry[7]; 9. 36-Craig Stidham[2]; 10. 51-Brody Fuson[11]; 11. 63D-Jon De Wees[10]

Qualifying 4 2 Laps
1. 41-Dominic Scelzi[1]; 2. 14-Corey Day[4]; 3. 67G-Grant Duinkerken[2]; 4. 46JR-Joel Myers[5]; 5. 28-Chase Johnson[9]; 6. 18-Grant Champlin[11]; 7. 6C-Travis Coelho[8]; 8. 38N-Kyle Rasmussen[10]; 9. 5R-Ryan Rocha[6]; 10. 4-Jake Hodges[3]; 11. 12B-Dawson Faria[7]

 

 

 

JOE B. MILLER GRABS MOWA FINALE AT JACKSONVILLE SPEEDWAY

Jacksonville, IL (October 7, 2022) - Joe B. Miller made the most of his trip to Jacksonville Speedway on Friday evening as he walked away victorious after winning the Ron Milton Race of Champions Season Championship event for the Morrow Brothers Ford MOWA Sprint Car Series.

Miller started in the third position in the 25 Lap A-Main and set in behind early leader Scotty Milan before overtaking Milan as the field entered into lapped traffic. Miller’s run to the front also brought fifth starting Paul Nienhiser and Gunner Ramey, who started in the 12th starting spot. As the field navigated around lapped cars, Miller was able to move his #51B virtually anywhere on the -mile. Austin Archdale, who started in the 2nd position, ran inside of the top five before the field slowed for a lap 22 yellow flag. Other drivers who were moving through the field throughout the course of the A-Main included J.J. Hickle and Jake Neuman battled forward in the closing laps to finish sixth and seventh respectively. Trevin Littleton, who started 20th in the field, by virtue of transferring from the Saldana Race Products B-Main posted a 10th place finish, earning the BMRS Hard Charger Award.

Friday’s victory for Joe B. Miller was his third career MOWA Sprint Car Series victory and second at Jacksonville Speedway. He was victorious earlier in the season with the series in a joint event between MOWA and the Bumper to Bumper IRA Sprint Car Series at Fairbury Speedway.

Entering the night’s action, Cory Bruns held a 26-point lead over Paul Nienhiser in the Championship Point Standings. Nienhiser was able to close the gap by earning a heat race win earlier in the program. His second place finish was enough to surpass Bruns and become only the second driver to win multiple championship titles with the Morrow Brothers Ford MOWA Sprint Car Series.

Feature finish: 1. Joe B. Miller, 2. Paul Nienhiser, 3. Scotty Milan, 4. Gunner Ramey, 5. Shelby Bosie, 6. J.J. Hickle, 7. Jake Neuman, 8. Austin Archdale, 9. Caden Englehart, 10. Trevin Littleton, 11. Ryan Bunton, 12. Korey Weyant, 13. Colton Fisher, 14. Cory Bruns, 15. Joey Moughan, 16. Tyler Duff, 17. Logan Faucon, 18. Kevin Newton, 19. Jeff Masson, 20. Jeremy Standridge

 

 

Courtney wraps up All Star title with 1st Fremont win to open Jim & Joanne Ford Classic

Friday, Oct. 7, 2022

By Brian Liskai

FREMONT, Ohio – Tyler Courtney essentially wrapped up the 2022 Tezos All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1 title with his first ever Fremont Speedway win Friday, Oct. 7 to open the 15th Annual Jim and Joanne Ford Classic on Custom Metal Works Night.

Courtney, from Indianapolis, Indiana, led all 35 laps for his eighth All Star win of 2022 and the 16th series win of his career. By taking a green flag in qualifying on Saturday, Oct. 8, “Sunshine” will score his second straight All Star title. His win aboard the Clauson/Marshall Racing #7BC Friday was worth $6,000 and came on the series’ 132nd appearance at “The Track That Action Built.”

“I just kept moving the wing back and trying to get traction. Track stayed better tonight…better than it normally does and early in the night we were a little too tight but we didn’t want to free it up because this place just gets slicker as the night goes on. So just trying to stay a step ahead of it is tough. I think before this year and speedweek one of our best finishes here was like eighth or ninth so to come in here at speedweek and run two top fives and then show up here on finale weekend and get a win is just awesome. That’s a lot about my guys and how hard they work. In the off-season and throughout the year they keep making our program better,” said Courtney beside his Nos Energy Drink/ZMAX/Elliott’s Custom Trailers and Carts backed machine.

“We have Lauren here from Nos Energy Drink. Without her we don’t get to go up and down the road. My brother is home with his wife and new daughter and I’m going there Monday to spend the week with them….my first niece and their first daughter so it’s going to be a cool experience to share with them,” added Courtney.

Second place finisher Justin Peck came on strong the last half of the race.

“We got the fuel load burned down and got the wing back. I told my guys I was going to have to move around and if I can find a line that works I have a shot at the win. I really couldn’t find one…found a little bit of one there when we caught traffic but it seemed to go away pretty fast. Yesterday I said I wanted to finish two steps forward tonight and it was one so hopefully tomorrow we get that other step,” said Peck beside his Coastal Race Parts/Big Spring Car Wash/High Performance Lubricants/HP Engines/RPM Chassis/Speed Toys backed #13.

For Henry, since joining the Rich Farmer team, he has scored a pair of podium finishes at Fremont.

“The past two races we’ve been in this I’ve just been trying to learn. The first week was really good and the second week was mediocre. Tonight we were decent but not as good as Tyler and Justin. I’m really proud of my guys, Rich and Sheldon and Zack and everyone involved with this 29X car and thankful for everyone that has stuck with me through all this the past few weeks,” said Sabo beside his NAPA Auto Parts/Valvoline Oil/Level Utilities/Limo Scene Limo Services/Kiser Sound backed machine.

Courtney built a sizeable lead until entering heavy lapped traffic on lap 10. That allowed Cap Henry and Cale Thomas to close. The feature’s only caution flew on lap 20 and gave Courtney the clear track he needed as he pulled away to a nearly three second lead while Henry, Thomas and Justin Peck waged a great battle for second.

Thomas took second on the restart with Henry and Peck right on his bumper. Henry regained the runner-up spot on lap 23 but Peck took it away two laps later.

Courtney found lapped traffic again with four laps to go but was able to negotiate through for the win over Peck, Henry, Cole Duncan and Zeth Sabo who scored his first All Star top five finish.

The Burmeister Trophy Dirt Trucks ran two feature events, with the field split odds and evens in the track’s points.

In the first 15-lap feature Fremont’s 2022 track champion Jamie Miller took the lead from Shawn Valenti on lap four and drove to his sixth truck win of the season and the 37th overall win of his career at the track. Valenti, Dan Hennig, Brad Stuckey and Kent Brewer rounded out the top five.

“I like it when the track has this much bite in it. I struggle on slick tracks so this was perfect,” said Miller beside his Fostoria Mod Shop backed #4m.

In the second feature, Jeff Babcock and Dave Gumby Jr. battled side by side the first six laps before Gumby suffered mechanical issues. Babcock drove away to the win and after a tremendous battle for second, Chester Fitch secured the position with Brad Mitten, Keith Sorg and Dustin Keegan rounding out the top five.

“That was a lot of fun racing with Dave. Thanks to all the fans for coming out and I hope everyone has some beer and a good time this weekend,” said Babcock of his Roelle Racing backed #25.

The 15th Annual Jim and Joanne Ford Classic wraps up Saturday, Oct. 8 with the Tezos All Stars battling for $10,000 to win. The Fremont Federal Credit Union 305 Sprints will be split into odds and evens in points to run a pair of feature events. Gates will open at 3 p.m. and racing has been moved up to 6 p.m.

For more information go to www.fremontohspeedway.com or on Facebook at www.facebook/FremontSpeedway or on Twitter at https://twitter.com/FremontSpeedway.

About Custom Metal Works - http://custommetal-inc.com/

Custom Metal Works out of Norwalk, Ohio, is a family owned and operated business offering a wide variety of services throughout Ohio. Founded in 1981, Custom Metal Works has grown in size and capability which allows them to serve a large customer base for services like truck and trailer repair, agricultural support, truck and trailer liners, sandblasting and painting and machine shop services. Hands-on development with the customer assures the best possible results. The foundation of our successful business still holds today that, large or small, all projects receive the same attention to detail.

Fremont Speedway

Friday, Oct 07, 2022

Tezos All Star Circuit of Champions

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C&R Racing Hot Laps:

Dixie Vodka Fast Qualifier: Justin Peck | 12.666

Hunt Brothers Pizza Heat 1 Winner: Cap Henry

Competition Suspension Inc Heat 2 Winner: Cale Thomas

All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads Heat 3 Winner: Zeth Sabo

Mobil 1 Heat 4 Winner: DJ Foos

Elliott's Custom Trailers Dash Winner: Cap Henry

Classic Ink USA B-main Winner: Greg Wilson

Rayce Rudeen Foundation First Non-Transfer: Tim Shaffer

Mobil 1 A-main Winner: Tyler Courtney

Hercules Tires A-Main Hard Charger: Hunter Schuerenberg (+13)

Qualifying

Group (A)

1. 11-Cole Duncan, 12.826; 2. 29X-Cap Henry, 12.891; 3. 20B-Cody Bova, 12.909; 4. 5T-Travis Philo, 13.148; 5. 86-Mike Lutz Jr., 13.226; 6. O9-Craig Mintz, 13.293; 7. 4-Chris Andrews, 13.370; 8. 22M-Dan McCarron, 13.642; 9. 11J-David Kalb Jr., 13.907; 10. 6J-Jonah Aumend, 14.023

Group (B)

1. 13-Justin Peck, 12.666; 2. 49X-Cale Thomas, 12.763; 3. 99-Skylar Gee, 12.866; 4. 19-Chris Windom, 12.922; 5. 26-Zeb Wise, 12.922; 6. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg, 13.182; 7. 71H-Max Stambaugh, 13.262; 8. 11N-Ayrton Olsen, 13.641; 9. 88N-Frank Neill, 13.731; 10. 4T-Josh Turner, 14.015

Group (C)

1. 7BC-Tyler Courtney, 12.935; 2. 3J-Trey Jacobs, 12.965; 3. 29-Zeth Sabo, 13.054; 4. 5-Byron Reed, 13.073; 5. 1-Nate Dussel, 13.141; 6. 97-Greg Wilson, 13.151; 7. 91-Kyle Reinhardt, 13.157; 8. 17B-Bill Balog, 13.221; 9. 9-Ricky Peterson, 13.394

Group (D)

1. 18-Cole Macedo, 13.022; 2. 16-DJ Foos, 13.100; 3. 35-Stuart Brubaker, 13.212; 4. 28M-Conner Morrell, 13.225; 5. 14H-Zane DeVault, 13.238; 6. 47BC-Emerson Axsom, 13.248; 7. 12-Shawn Valenti, 13.523; 8. 75-Jerry Dahms, 14.192; 9. 45-Tim Shaffer, NT

Heat 1 (8 Laps) - Top 5 Transfer

1. 29X-Cap Henry [1]; 2. 20B-Cody Bova [2]; 3. 5T-Travis Philo [3]; 4. 11-Cole Duncan [4]; 5. 22M-Dan McCarron [8]; 6. O9-Craig Mintz [6]; 7. 4-Chris Andrews [7]; 8. 86-Mike Lutz Jr. [5]; 9. 11J-David Kalb Jr. [9]; 10. 6J-Jonah Aumend [10]

Heat 2 (8 Laps) - Top 5 Transfer

1. 49X-Cale Thomas [1]; 2. 99-Skylar Gee [2]; 3. 13-Justin Peck [4]; 4. 26-Zeb Wise [5]; 5. 19-Chris Windom [3]; 6. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg [6]; 7. 71H-Max Stambaugh [7]; 8. 88N-Frank Neill [9]; 9. 11N-Ayrton Olsen [8]; 10. 4T-Josh Turner [10]

Heat 3 (8 Laps) - Top 5 Transfer

1. 29-Zeth Sabo [2]; 2. 7BC-Tyler Courtney [4]; 3. 3J-Trey Jacobs [1]; 4. 5-Byron Reed [3]; 5. 91-Kyle Reinhardt [7]; 6. 97-Greg Wilson [6]; 7. 17B-Bill Balog [8]; 8. 1-Nate Dussel [5]; 9. 9-Ricky Peterson [9]

Heat 4 (8 Laps) - Top 5 Transfer

1. 16-DJ Foos [1]; 2. 35-Stuart Brubaker [2]; 3. 18-Cole Macedo [4]; 4. 47BC-Emerson Axsom [6]; 5. 28M-Conner Morrell [3]; 6. 14H-Zane DeVault [5]; 7. 45-Tim Shaffer [9]; 8. 12-Shawn Valenti [7]; 9. 75-Jerry Dahms [8]

Dash (6 Laps)

1. 29X-Cap Henry [1]; 2. 7BC-Tyler Courtney [2]; 3. 49X-Cale Thomas [3]; 4. 18-Cole Macedo [5]; 5. 13-Justin Peck [6]; 6. 11-Cole Duncan [8]; 7. 29-Zeth Sabo [7]; 8. 16-DJ Foos [4]

B-main (12 Laps) - Top 4 Transfer

1. 97-Greg Wilson [2]; 2. 1-Nate Dussel [1]; 3. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg [3]; 4. 17B-Bill Balog [6]; 5. 45-Tim Shaffer [9]; 6. 71H-Max Stambaugh [7]; 7. 9-Ricky Peterson [13]; 8. 14H-Zane DeVault [4]; 9. 11J-David Kalb Jr. [15]; 10. O9-Craig Mintz [5]; 11. 12-Shawn Valenti [11]; 12. 4-Chris Andrews [8]; 13. 11N-Ayrton Olsen [14]; 14. 88N-Frank Neill [12]; 15. 4T-Josh Turner [17]; 16. 75-Jerry Dahms [16]; 17. 86-Mike Lutz Jr. [10]; 18. 6J-Jonah Aumend [18]

A-main (35 Laps)

1. 7BC-Tyler Courtney [2]; 2. 13-Justin Peck [5]; 3. 29X-Cap Henry [1]; 4. 11-Cole Duncan [6]; 5. 29-Zeth Sabo [7]; 6. 16-DJ Foos [8]; 7. 49X-Cale Thomas [3]; 8. 19-Chris Windom [17]; 9. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg [22]; 10. 5T-Travis Philo [13]; 11. 97-Greg Wilson [21]; 12. 91-Kyle Reinhardt [18]; 13. 18-Cole Macedo [4]; 14. 17B-Bill Balog [23]; 15. 1-Nate Dussel [24]; 16. 20B-Cody Bova [10]; 17. 3J-Trey Jacobs [12]; 18. 35-Stuart Brubaker [11]; 19. 5-Byron Reed [15]; 20. 4-Chris Andrews [25]; 21. 47BC-Emerson Axsom [16]; 22. 22M-Dan McCarron [20]; 23. 28M-Conner Morrell [19]; 24. 99-Skylar Gee [9]; 25. 26-Zeb Wise [14]

Dirt Trucks - Burmeister Trophy

A-Main 1 - (15 Laps)

1. 4M-Jamie Miller[4] ; 2. 7b-Shawn Valenti[1] ; 3. 32H-Dan Hennig [9] ; 4. 5s-Bradley Stuckey[8] ; 5. 8KB-Kent Brewer[5] ; 6. 6-Butch Latte[7] ; 7. 19-Tony Burns[10] ; 8. 67-Ben Clapp[3] ; 9. 7X-Dana Frey[6] ; 10. 20-Troy Hahn[13] ; 11. 65R-Jeremy Ernsberger[12] ; 12. 11H-Jim Holcomb[2] ; 13. 25X-Chuck Roelle[11]

A-Main 2 - (15 Laps)

1. 25-Jeff Babcock[4] ; 2. 101-Chester Fitch[10] ; 3. 23m-Brad Mitten[6] ; 4. 4s-Keith Sorg[1] ; 5. 17x-Dustin Keegan[3] ; 6. 28-Cody Laird[5] ; 7. 14T-Cody Truman[9] ; 8. 32-John Ivy[12] ; 9. 8S-Brandon Stuckey[7] ; 10. 73-Troy Aikman[13] ; 11. 57MS-Mason Stull[8] ; 12. P51-Dave Gumby Jr.[2] ; 13. 33A-Brian Arnold[11]

 

 

SUPER GEN PRODUCTS CRSA SPRINTS @ AFTON MOTORSPORTS PARK OFFICIAL RESULTS

 Friday October 7th, 2022:

A-MAIN RESULTS (30 Laps): 1. 29-Dalton Herrick[4] ($1,000); 2. 9K-Kyle Pierce[3]; 3. 99-Mike Kiser[12]; 4. 22-Tomy Moreau[7]; 5. 88C-Chad Miller[13]; 6. 66-Jordan Hutton[5]; 7. 28-Ron Greek[8]; 8. 410-Jerry Sehn Jr[11]; 9. 10-Nathan Pierce[19]; 10. 13T-Trevor Years[9]; 11. 112-Mike VanPelt[15]; 12. 4T-Ray Preston[18]; 13. 98-Alex Adamsky[14]; 14. J27-John Cunningham[1]; 15. 5T-Mark Taylor[16]; 16. 7W-Calvin Wheelock[20]; 17. 25W-Dana Wagner[6]; 18. (DNF) 3A-Jeff Trombley[10]; 19. (DNF) 22M-Aaron Shelton[17]; 20. (DNF) 1Q-Thomas Radivoy[2]

Eagle Enterprises Heat Bonuses $25: 9K Kyle Pierce, 22 Tomy Moreau, 13T Trevor Years

Powdertech Powdercoating Hard Charger Bonus: 10 Nathan Pierce +10 Spots

Maguire Family of Dealerships “Magnificent Move of the Race”: 99 Mike Kiser

Midstate Basement Authorities “Out of the Basement” Bonus: 1Q Thomas Radivoy

Halfway Leader Bonus $50 Hardwood Hills Golf Course: 9K Kyle Pierce

Most Laps Led $50 Hardwood Hills Golf Course: 9K Kyle Pierce

5th Place Bonus $25 VanDusen Racing: 88C Chad Miller

6th Place Bonus $25 VanDusen Racing: 66 Jordan Hutton

Heats (8 laps)

#1: 1. 9K-Kyle Pierce[1]; 2. 1Q-Thomas Radivoy[3]; 3. 66-Jordan Hutton[2]; 4. 3A-Jeff Trombley[7]; 5. 88C-Chad Miller[6]; 6. 5T-Mark Taylor[4]; 7. 10-Nathan Pierce[5]

#2: 1. 22-Tomy Moreau[3]; 2. 29-Dalton Herrick[1]; 3. 25W-Dana Wagner[5]; 4. 410-Jerry Sehn Jr[4]; 5. 98-Alex Adamsky[7]; 6. 22M-Aaron Shelton[6]; 7. 7W-Calvin Wheelock[2]

#3: 1. 13T-Trevor Years[1]; 2. J27-John Cunningham[2]; 3. 28-Ron Greek[4]; 4. 99-Mike Kiser[5]; 5. 112-Mike VanPelt[6]; 6. 4T-Ray Preston[3]

 

 

GALLOGLY HUSTLES SANDUSKY CAVALCADE FINALE

October 2, 2022 – Sandusky, Ohio – Cody Gallogly dove under rookie Sawyer Stout entering turn three on lap 11, took the lead, and never looked back Sunday evening to put a wrap on the Bev Jaycox Memorial Cavalcade weekend. It was the second of two nights of racing for the Maxima Racing Oils Must See Racing Midwest Lights Series at Sandusky Speedway. It was Gallogly’s third series win of the season.

Gallogly, the current series points leader, opened the strong when he set quick time (16.306). In the process, he set a new Must See Racing Lights track record. Gallogly would draw a 6 for the feature inversion.

Gallogly was strong from the drop of the green. He quickly worked himself into second place by lap 2. After his lap 11 pass for the lead. He would have to hold off Stout on three separate double file restarts. On lap 17, Gallogly stumbled on a restart, and Stout momentarily handed the lead only to take it back exiting turn 2. It was Gallogly’s only serious challenge to have the lead taken away from him.

“I feel like the only place I was able to get Sawyer was on the entry of the corner” explained Gallogly in victory lane.”I had to make a run on entry to have a chance to make a pass. He was fast and he doesn’t make many mistakes even though he’s a rookie”.

“On a restart she stumbled and fell on her face and wouldn’t take off. He got me by a bunch. Thankfully he left me a little roon going into one and I could get back beside him” concluded Gallogly.

With this weekend’s dominating performance, Gallogly now has a firm points lead entering the series finale at Lorain Raceway Park in less than 2 weeks.

Following Gallogly to the checkered were Stout and third place finisher Charlie Schultz.

Heat race wins went to Stout and Andrew Bogusz.

Feature (30 laps) 1. 27-Cody Gallogly; 2. 92-Sawyer Stout; 3. 98-Charlie Schultz; 4. 51s-Joshua Sexton; 5. 36-JJ Henes; 6. 23-Charlie Baur; 7. 21-Dale McQuillen; 8. 65-Junior Gould; 9. 17-Andrew Bogusz; DNS. 8-Rick Holley; DNS. 15-Tim Henthorn

 

 

BOWMAN WINS FALL CLASSIC FINALE; DYKSTRA CLINCHES SECOND ACTION SPRINT TOUR TITLE

By Tommy Goudge

PORT COLBORNE, Ont. (October 1, 2022) – Mike Bowman put an exclamation point on his first season of Crate Sprint Car racing on Saturday night at Humberstone Speedway; Bowman dominated the Action Sprint Tour fueled by Pinty’s A-Main for his eighth win of the season, while Jacob Dykstra clinched his second consecutive series championship.

Mathieu Bardier and Jonah Mutton drew front row starting spots for the 25 lap A-Main, and Bardier took the lead while Mutton dropped back due to mechanical problems. Bowman methodically moved forward and took over from Bardier shortly after the halfway point. Bowman cruised to victory in the nonstop race which went green-to-checkered in approximately seven and a half minutes. Bardier settled for the runner-up spot, followed by Dale Curran, Brett Stratford, and Dykstra.

Dykstra started the race in row six and needed to finish 12th or higher to clinch his second AST title. Dykstra charged forward and eventually took a fifth place finish. Dykstra finished 28 points ahead of Darren Dryden in the final championship standings, earning $5,000 for the title along with a Pinty’s VIP package for the 2023 Bristol Dirt Race. The top ten drivers in points earned at least $1,000 from the 2022 points fund, including Dykstra, Dryden, Mathieu Bardier, Jonah Mutton, Johnny Miller, Tyeller Powless, Allan Downey, Mike Bowman, Ashton VanEvery, and Brian Nanticoke.

Series officials wish to sincerely thank all drivers, teams, officials, track operators, sponsors, and fans for their support of the 2022 Action Sprint Tour fueled by Pinty’s Crate Sprint Car season. A total of 59 drivers participated in at least one AST event in 2022, with four drivers – Mike Bowman (8), Jacob Dykstra (7), Mathieu Bardier (1), Dale Curran (1) – claiming an A-Main victory.

Make sure to visit the official website and social media pages of the Action Sprint Tour fueled by Pinty’s for news and updates on the 2023 season!

Action Sprint Tour Crate Sprint Car series fueled by Pinty’s Statistical Report – Saturday, October 1, 2022 Humberstone Speedway – Port Colborne, Ontario, Canada

A-Main [Started] 25 laps – 7:32.991 1. 71-Mike Bowman[5]; 2. 19-Mathieu Bardier[1]; 3. 31-Dale Curran[4]; 4. BS39-Brett Stratford[6]; 5. 5D-Jacob Dykstra[11]; 6. 12DD-Darren Dryden[8]; 7. 71C-John Cadman[9]; 8. 39-Jonah Mutton[2]; 9. 4B-Darrell Pelletier[3]; 10. 20-Johnny Miller[7]; 11. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[13]; 12. 88-Lance Erskine[14]; 13. 08-Steven Beckett[12]; 14. 28-Cameron Thomson[19]; 15. 16X-Keegan Baker[16]; 16. 77T-Tyeller Powless[15]; 17. 9C-Brian Nanticoke[10]; 18. 85C-Cam MacKinnon[18]; 19. 17-Marc Suprenant[20]; 20. (DNF) 19D-Allan Downey[17]

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – 2:27.008 1. 31-Dale Curran, Bowmanville [1]; 2. 71-Mike Bowman, St. Catharines [6]; 3. 39-Jonah Mutton, Brighton [4]; 4. 77E-Ashton VanEvery, Ohsweken [2]; 5. 77T-Tyeller Powless, Ohsweken [3]; 6. 16X-Keegan Baker, Ancaster [5]; 7. 17-Marc Suprenant, Carlsbad Springs [7]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – 2:23.528 1. 12DD-Darren Dryden, Freelton [3]; 2. 19-Mathieu Bardier, Pierreville, Quebec [5]; 3. 9C-Brian Nanticoke, Ohsweken [2]; 4. 71C-John Cadman, Smithville [6]; 5. 88-Lance Erskine, Brantford [4]; 6. 28-Cameron Thomson, Hamilton [7]; 7. 85C-Cam MacKinnon, Ridgeway [1]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 8 laps – 2:27.077 1. 4B-Darrell Pelletier, Port Perry [1]; 2. 20-Johnny Miller, Six Nations [2]; 3. BS39-Brett Stratford, Wainfleet [4]; 4. 5D-Jacob Dykstra, Port Colborne [3]; 5. 08-Steven Beckett, Fonthill [6]; 6. 19D-Allan Downey, Hamilton [5]

ACTION SPRINT TOUR MEDIA Website: www.actionsprinttour.com Facebook: ActionSprintTour Twitter: @ActionSprints Instagram: @actionsprinttour YouTube: GForceTV

 

 

NATHAN HIGH SCORES SECOND CONSECUTIVE WMR WIN AT ADOBE

Glendale, Ariz. (October 2, 2022) – Nathan High of Goodyear, Ariz. earned his second consecutive Western Midget Racing presented by Masters Design and Construction win at Adobe Mountain Speedway in Glendale, Ariz. on Saturday night.

Tyler High and Dustin Cormany of Peoria, Ariz. split the eight-lap heat races before the 20-lap feature. Cormany and his teammate Drake Edwards shared the front row for the main event over a 12-car field.

Cormany led the first ten laps with Edwards in hot pursuit. Edwards snookered the lead on lap 11. Both cars suffered issues that prevented them from finishing the feature, however, ending a tremendous duel.

High inherited the top spot and never looked back, accumulating a .539 second victory. Stevie Sussex finished second but was disqualified in post-race inspection, however. That thrust Peoria, Ariz.’s Cory Brown into second. Gary DeWitt of Mesa, Ariz. finished third in just his second-career start. Tyler and Chloe High rounded out the top-five.

Western Midget Racing competes next at the Petaluma Speedway on October 8 and will be joined by Winged 360 Sprint Cars, Hobby Stocks, and Mini Stocks.

For more information on Western Midget Racing, visit them at www.WesternMidgetRacing.com or follow them on Facebook!

Western Midget Racing is presented by: Masters Design and Construction, Rockwell Security, Rams Racing, Hoosier Racing Tire, Extreme Mufflers, FTK, Blud Lubricants, and West Evans Motorsports.

October 2, 2022 – Adobe Mountain Speedway (Glendale, Ariz.) Results

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 33AZ-Tyler High[1]; 2. 32-Cory Brown[3]; 3. 22-Stevie Sussex III[4]; 4. 21AZ-Chase Farris[2]; 5. 48-Gary DeWitt[6]; 6. 5S-Racin Silva[5]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 82D-Dustin Cormany[2]; 2. 86-Drake Edwards[4]; 3. 01-Nathan High[6]; 4. 20D-Shon Deskins[5]; 5. 20-Kyle Hawse[1]; 6. 3AZ-Chloe High[3]

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 01-Nathan High[3]; 2. 32-Cory Brown[5]; 3. 48-Gary DeWitt[8]; 4. 33AZ-Tyler High[4]; 5. 3AZ-Chloe High[12]; 6. 21AZ-Chase Farris[9]; 7. 20-Kyle Hawse[10]; 8. 20D-Shon Deskins[7]; 9. 22-Stevie Sussex III[6]; 10. 86-Drake Edwards[2]; 11. 82D-Dustin Cormany[1]; DQ- 22 Stevie Sussex III


 

POIRIER WINS FALL CLASSIC FINALE; BROWN CLINCHES KNIGHTS OF THUNDER TITLE

By Tommy Goudge

PORT COLBORNE, Ont. (October 1, 2022) – Jordan Poirier took the A-Main win on the final night of The Fall Classic at Humberstone Speedway on Saturday, while Mitch Brown clinched his first Pinty’s Knights of Thunder 360 Sprint Car series championship.

Poirier and Chuck Hebing drew front row starting spots for the 25 lap A-Main, and Poirier quickly opened a lead. Poirier had to tiptoe through traffic on a very slick track surface during the second half of the race and his lead over Hebing shrunk from nearly three seconds to less than one. Nick Sheridan and Paulie Colagiovanni caught up to Hebing though, and the three jousted for the second spot for the last seven laps while Poirier drove away.

Colagiovanni moved past Hebing and Sheridan to take second with less than two laps to go, with Sheridan moving into third. Sheridan attempted to dive low under Colagiovanni down the backstretch on the final lap, but the two made contact which resulted in a broken front axle for Sheridan. Poirier took the win – his seventh in eight career Humberstone starts – followed by Colagiovanni, Hebing, Holly Porter, and row five starter Matt Farnham.

Mitch Brown started the race in row six and needed to finish 16th or higher to clinch his first Knights of Thunder title. Brown moved up and eventually finished eighth; Brown officially finished 42 points ahead of Cory Turner in the final championship standings, earning $5,000 for the title along with a Pinty’s VIP package for the 2023 Bristol Dirt Race and the coveted Knights of Thunder helm. The top ten drivers in points earned at least $1,000 from the 2022 points fund, including Mitch Brown, Cory Turner, Ryan Turner, Josh Hansen, Nick Sheridan, Liam Martin, Jake Brown, Tyler Rand, Paulie Colagiovanni, and D.J. Christie.

Series officials wish to sincerely thank all drivers, teams, officials, track operators, sponsors, and fans for their support of the 2022 Pinty’s Knights of Thunder season. A total of 50 drivers participated in at least one Pinty’s Knights of Thunder event in 2022, with six drivers – Paulie Colagiovanni (3), Ryan Turner (2), Jordan Poirier (2), Mitch Brown (1), Dale Gosselin (1), and Jordan Thomas (1) – claiming at least one victor’s sword.

Make sure to visit the official website and social media pages of the Pinty’s Knights of Thunder 360 Sprint Car series for news and updates on the 2023 season!

Pinty’s Knights of Thunder 360 Sprint Car Series
Statistical Report – Saturday, October 1, 2022
Humberstone Speedway – Port Colborne, Ontario, Canada

A-Main [Started] 25 laps – 7:10.962
1. 28-Jordan Poirier[1]; 2. 10C-Paulie Colagiovanni[6]; 3. 45H-Chuck Hebing[2]; 4. 1-Holly Porter[5]; 5. 7NY-Matt Farnham[9]; 6. 11J-Chris Jones[3]; 7. 70MM-Matt Billings[7]; 8. 10-Mitch Brown[11]; 9. 0DJ-DJ Christie[10]; 10. 15-Ryan Turner[14]; 11. 9-Liam Martin[12]; 12. 13-Cory Turner[17]; 13. 52-Scott Kreutter[8]; 14. 11-Jamie Turner[13]; 15. 88H-Josh Hansen[16]; 16. 84-Tyler Rand[15]; 17. 68-Aaron Turkey[22]; 18. 45-Nick Sheridan[4]; 19. 0-Glenn Styres[21]; 20. 87X-Shone Evans[24]; 21. 110-Jake Brown[20]; 22. 24-Ben Silliker[23]; 23. (DNF) 90-Travis Cunningham[18]; 24. (DNS) 87-Jason Barney; 25. (DNS) 19-Allan Downey

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – 2:14.243
1. 1-Holly Porter, Dorchester [1]; 2. 45-Nick Sheridan, Mount Brydges [2]; 3. 28-Jordan Poirier, Saint-Mathieu-de-Beloeil, Quebec [4]; 4. 10C-Paulie Colagiovanni, Cicero, New York [8]; 5. 10-Mitch Brown, Brantford [7]; 6. 90-Travis Cunningham, Grimsby [6]; 7. 0-Glenn Styres, Ohsweken [3]; 8. 87X-Shone Evans, Scotland [5]; 9. (DNF) 19-Allan Downey, Hamilton [9]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – 2:10.409
1. 52-Scott Kreutter, Cowlesville, New York [1]; 2. 45H-Chuck Hebing, Ontario, New York [3]; 3. 7NY-Matt Farnham, Tonawanda, New York [4]; 4. 11-Jamie Turner, Caistor Centre [2]; 5. 84-Tyler Rand, Picton [5]; 6. 13-Cory Turner, Tillsonburg [7]; 7. 110-Jake Brown, Brantford [6]; 8. 68-Aaron Turkey, Ohsweken [8]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 8 laps – NT
1. 11J-Chris Jones, Picton [1]; 2. 70MM-Matt Billings, Brockville [2]; 3. 0DJ-DJ Christie, Beachville [3]; 4. 9-Liam Martin, Binbrook [4]; 5. 88H-Josh Hansen, Beamsville [5]; 6. 15-Ryan Turner, Dunnville [8]; 7. 87-Jason Barney, Brewerton, New York [7]; 8. 24-Ben Silliker, Sherwood Park, Alberta [6]

 

Hafertepe Tops Final Short Track Nationals at I-30 Speedway!

Lonnie Wheatley, LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (October 1, 2022) – The final chapter in the storied history of Little Rock’s I-30 Speedway clay oval was punctuated on Saturday night as Sam Hafertepe, Jr., took the $15,041 winner’s share in the 35th Annual COMP Cams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tires 41-lap finale atop the high-banked, -mile clay oval.

And the final race at I-30 Speedway concluded in true form with a spirited battle between Hafertepe, Jr., and fellow “Twin 20” STN preliminary feature winner Aaron Reutzel before Hafertepe, Jr., ultimately prevailed.

But after slipping past pole starter Reutzel for the point on the 18th round, Hafertepe’s work wasn’t done as Reutzel battled back and offered up challenges to reclaim the lead including contact at the flagstand with a half-dozen laps remaining to take his second Short Track Nationals title aboard the Hills Racing Cigar Port/Truenorth.bet No. 15h Sprint Car.

“I’m just glad the 8r didn’t win the race after driving people the way he drives people,” a heated Hafertepe, Jr., exclaimed in victory lane. “But guess what, we came out on top and he’s sitting over there.”

After winning the Pack’s Dash for Cash to earn the pole position for the main event, Reutzel gunned into the lead at the outset after picking off both Thursday and Friday night wins as third-starting Hafertepe, Jr., immediately made his way past outside front row starter Dylan Westbrook for second.

Slowed by a pair of cautions in the opening eight rounds for Cody Gardner’s cut left rear tire after five circuits and then Ryan Timms coming to a stop at the top of turn four with race-ending front end damage three laps later, Hafertepe, Jr., stayed in contact with Reutzel in the ensuing laps as the duo broke away from the field.

Lapped traffic came into play after 17 circuits and Hafertepe, Jr., pounced on the lead a lap later in turns three and four to take command.

“I was just waiting for him to mess up, I knew he probably would eventually,” Hafertepe, Jr., explained. “We hit the hole when it got there and just protected the rest of the way.”

He protected effectively enough, denying a Reutzel slider in turns one two on the 32nd lap and then escaping frontstretch contact upon the completion of the 35th lap that resulted in nosewing damage on Reutzel’s RSR Mobil 1 No. 8 machine.

With Reutzel slowed by the incident, Hafertepe, Jr., raced on to the stripe in the final handful of laps to run his weekend earnings to $18,691 with Reutzel settling for runner-up honors.

“I was just a little too conservative early, that hole almost bit me on the first lap so I didn’t really want to go through it,” Reutzel explained. “I knew you could make some speed if you could get through that hole clean, I couldn’t do that and that was what he was executing.”

Even with the runner-up finish, Reutzel still pocketed $15,146 for the three-day weekend.

“It just wasn’t meant to be, but we had a great weekend,” Reutzel wrapped up. “We came down and supported the Clays for the last race, all in all it was a great weekend.”

Little more than a lap away from earning the pole position for the feature before the right front tire came off the bead, California’s Justin Sanders moved from fifth to third by the ninth round and held the show position the rest of the way aboard the Swindell Speedlab Bubbly Brands No. 39 entry.

“It’s awesome to at least get on the podium, I’ll take this third place,” Sanders commented. “I felt really good for a while, I felt like I got in a rhythm until I got to a couple of lapped cars and got my rhythm broken.”

After swapping positions several times with Dylan Westbrook over the early portion of the race, Seth Bergman crossed the stripe fourth with three-time STN winner Blake Hahn rallying from the tenth starting position to round out the top five.

Westbrook was sixth at the line with Wayne Johnson, Jason Martin, 16th-starter Derek Hagar and Garet Williamson completing the top ten.

Sanders posted the best finish among those making first career STN championship finale starts in third with others making their first finale including Steven Russell (17th), Jeremy Middleton (19th) and Timms (20th).

At the other end of the spectrum, Tim Crawley claimed 11th at the line as he made his 25th career STN championship finale in his I-30 Speedway farewell.

With 87 cars on hand for the STN finale, Jeffrey West, Howard Moore, Dale Howard, Wayne Johnson, Middleton, Jack Wagner, Sanders, Williamson and Matt Covington topped heat race action.

Jace Park and Ayden Gatewood topped “D” Mains, Jerry Brey and Blake Jenkins won “C” Mains and Dale Howard and Hagar scored “B” Main wins.

After Samuel Wagner, Landon Crawley and Rick Pringle got upside down in heat race action, Zach Pringle (D Main) and Kyler Johnson (B Main) turned over as well before Joey Schmidt became the final official flip at I-30 Speedway during the second “B” Main.

Lucas Oil ASCS National tour

I-30 Speedway – Little Rock, AR

35th Annual COMP Cams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tires Saturday Night Results:

Locked-in from Friday Preliminaries: 87-Aaron Reutzel, 15h-Sam Hafertepe, Jr., 36-Jason Martin, 23-Seth Bergman.

Heat Races (Top 10 in combined points from Friday night and Saturday night heat race passing points to the “A” Main – Balance to Twin “B”, “C” and “D” Mains):

First Heat (8 Laps): 1. 24-Jeffrey West (1), 2. 47x-Dylan Westbrook (6), 3. 71-Bradyn Baker (9), 4. 13m-Chance McCrary (2), 5. 91z-Zach Pringle (5), 6. 91a-Ernie Ainsworth (4), 7. 72p-Gary Floyd (8), 8. 17b-Ryan Bickett (10), 9. 63LK-Ted Kirkpatrick (3), 10. 29h-Pete Butler (7).

Second Heat (8 Laps): 1. 3-Howard Moore (1), 2. 1jr-Steven Russell (2), 3. 29-Chad Jones (3), 4. 87-Tim Crawley (5), 5. 1s-Joey Schmidt (6), 6. 0-Eric Baldaccini (8), 7. 48-Wade Buttrey (4), 8. 17a-Alex Lyles (7), 9. 132-Jamie Manley (9).

Third Heat (8 Laps): 1. 47-Dale Howard (2), 2. 45x-Kyler Johnson (4), 3. 21r-Gunner Ramey (5), 4. 30-Joseph Miller (3), 5. 84-Brandon Hanks (7), 6. 27J-Joseph Poe, Jr. (8), 7. 93-Chris Sweeney (9), 8. 73-Samuel Wagner (6), 9. 187-Landon Crawley (1).

Fourth Heat (8 Laps): 1. 2c-Wayne Johnson (3), 2. 21s-Kobe Simpson (1), 3. 14-Jordon Mallett (7), 4. 6-Christopher Townsend (4), 5. 16-Steven Howell (2), 6. 97-Scotty Milan (9), 7. 37-Ayden Gatewood (6), 8. 21x-Carson Short (8), 9. 74-Tucker Boulton (5).

Fifth Heat (8 Laps): 1. 15J-Jeremy Middleton (2), 2. 13-Chase Howard (1), 3. 9jr-Derek Hagar (6), 4. 4x-Brad Bowden (3), 5. G6-Cody Gardner (7), 6. 43m-Mark Smith (9), 7. 2-Chase Porter (5), 8. 19-Jason Long (8), 9. 12m-Greg Merritt (4).

Sixth Heat (8 Laps): 1. 77-Jack Wagner (2), 2. 99-Blake Jenkins (4), 3. 22s-Slater Helt (3), 4. 10-Landon Britt (1), 5. 26-Marshall Skinner (7), 6. 17F-Chad Frewaldt (9), 7. 69-Jamey Mooney (6), 8. 10k-Dewayne White (5), 9. 21-Spencer Meredith (8).

Seventh Heat (8 Laps): 1. 39-Justin Sanders (3), 2. 17-Alex Sewell (1), 3. 22-Riley Goodno (2), 4. 99L-Lewis Jenkins, Jr. (4), 5. 85-Josh McCord (5), 6. 10p-Dylan Postier (8), 7. 55-Donnie Howard (6), 8. 21k-Kevin Hinkle (9), 9. 63-Chris Williams (7).

Eighth Heat (8 Laps); 1. 24w-Garet Williamson (8), 2. 12h-Tony Bruce, Jr. (1), 3. 91-Michael Day (2), 4. 17J-Jerry Brey (4), 5. 67-Hayden Martin (7), 6. 87J-Jace Park (5), 7. 8m-Kade Morton (6), 8. 2T-Todd Bradford (3), 9. 38-Rick Pringle (9).

Ninth Heat (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington (3), 2. 51b-Joe B. Miller (4), 3. 5T-Ryan Timms (6), 4. 52-Blake Hahn (9), 5. 5L-Dusty Young (2), 6. 41-Colton Hardy (7), 7. 44-Ronny Howard (5), 8. 938-Bradley Fezard (8), 9. 55b-Brandon Anderson (1).

“D” Mains – Top 3 from each transfer to corresponding “C” Main:

First “D” Feature (8 Laps): 1. 87J-Jace Park (4), 2. 27J-Joseph Poe, Jr. (1), 3. 21k-Kevin Hinkle (5), 4. 44-Ronny Howard (3), 5. 21-Spencer Meredith (7), 6. 48-Wade Buttrey (8), 7. 69-Jamey Mooney (6), 8. 19-Jason Long (9), 9. 63LK-Ted Kirkpatrick (10), 10. 91z-Zach Pringle (2), 11. 74-Tucker Boulton (DNS), 12. 55b-Brandon Anderson (DNS).

Second “D” Feature (8 Laps): 1. 37-Ayden Gatewood (2), 2. 16-Steven Howell (4), 3. 2T-Todd Bradford (1), 4. 17a-Alex Lyles (5), 5. 938-Bradley Fezard (6), 6. 10k-Dewayne White (7), 7. 63-Chris Williams (9), 8. 72p-Gary Floyd (3), 9. 29h-Pete Butler (10), 10. 132-Jamie Manley (11), 11. 38-Rick Pringle (8), 12. 12m-Greg Merritt (DNS).

“C” Mains – Top 3 from each transfer to corresponding “B” Main:

First “C” Feature (10 Laps): 1. 17J-Jerry Brey (3), 2. 91a-Ernie Ainsworth (1), 3. 0-Eric Baldaccini (4), 4. 2-Chase Porter (5), 5. 87J-Jace Park (11), 6. 21s-Kobe Simpson (2), 7. 21k-Kevin Hinkle (13), 8. 55-Donnie Howard (9), 9. 27J-Joseph Poe, Jr. (12), 10. 5L-Dusty Young (8), 11. 97-Scotty Milan (7), 12. 13m-Chance McCrary (10), 13. 8m-Kade Morton (6), 14. 29-Chad Jones (DNS), 15. 73-Samuel Wagner (DNS).

Second “C” Feature (10 Laps): 1. 99-Blake Jenkins (1), 2. 1s-Joey Schmidt (7), 3. 24-Jeffrey West (3), 4. 6-Christopher Townsend (6), 5. 17F-Chad Frewaldt (5), 6. 37-Ayden Gatewood (10), 7. 17b-Ryan Bickett (9), 8. 16-Steven Howell (11), 9. 2T-Todd Bradford (12), 10. 93-Chris Sweeney (8), 11. 21x-Carson Short (2), 12. 30-Joseph Miller (4), 13. 91-Michael Day (DNS), 14. 67-Hayden Martin (DNS), 15. 187-Landon Crawley (DNS).

Pack Building Materials Dash for Cash:

Dash for Cash (6 Laps): 1. 8r-Aaron Reutzel (3) [$500], 2. 47x-Dylan Westbrook (2) [$250], 3. 15h-Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (6) [$150], 4. 23-Seth Bergman (4) [$100], 5. 39-Justin Sanders (1) [$100], 6. 36-Jason Martin (5) [$100].

“B” Mains – Top 3 from each transfer to “A” Main:

First “B” Feature (12 Laps): 1. 47-Dale Howard (1), 2. G6-Cody Gardner (9), 3. 1jr-Steven Russell (4), 4. 10p-Dylan Postier (6), 5. 12h-Tony Bruce, Jr. (3), 6. 71-Bradyn Baker (5), 7. 99L-Lewis Jenkins, Jr. (10), 8. 22s-Slater Helt (7), 9. 91a-Ernie Ainsworth (14), 10. 17J-Jerry Brey (13), 11. 0-Eric Baldaccini (15), 12. 84-Brandon Hanks (12), 13. 13-Chase Howard (8), 14. 26-Marshall Skinner (11), 15. 45x-Kyler Johnson (2).

Second “B” Feature (12 Laps): 1. 9jr-Derek Hagar (1), 2. 14-Jordon Mallett (6), 3. 95-Matt Covington (2), 4. 41-Colton Hardy (5), 5. 17-Alex Sewell (4), 6. 43m-Mark Smith (8), 7. 22-Riley Goodno (7), 8. 4x-Brad Bowden (9), 9. 24-Jeffrey West (15), 10. 21r-Gunner Ramey (10), 11. 99-Blake Jenkins (13), 12. 77-Jack Wagner (3), 13. 85-Josh McCord (12), 14. 1s-Joey Schimdt (14), 15. 10-Landon Britt (DNS).

“A” Feature:

A Feature (41 Laps – Starting position in parentheses): 1. 15h-Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (3) [$15,041], 2. 8r-Aaron Reutzel (1) [$7,500], 3. 39-Justin Sanders (5) [$5,000], 4. 23-Seth Bergman (4) [$2,500], 5. 52-Blake Hahn (10) [$2,000], 6. 47x-Dylan Westbrook (2) [$1,700], 7. 2c-Wayne Johnson (8) [$1,600], 8. 36-Jason Martin (6) [$1,500], 9. 9jr-Derek Hagar (16) [$1,450], 10. 24w-Garet Williamson (9) [$1,400], 11. 87-Tim Crawley (13) [$1,350], 12. 95-Matt Covington (20) [$1,300], 13. 47-Dale Howard (15) [$1,200], 14. 14-Jordan Mallet (18) [$1,150], 15. 51b-Joe B. Miller (14) [$1,100], 16. 3-Howard Moore (12) [$1,100], 17. 1jr-Steven Russell (19) [$1,100], 18. G6-Cody Gardner (17) [$1,100], 19. 15J-Jeremy Middleton (11) [$1,100], 20. 5T-Ryan Timms (7) [$1,100].

Lap Leaders: Aaron Reutzel 1-17, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 18-41.

 

Wayne County Speedway

ORRVILLE - The proverb “one man’s misfortune is another’s gain” came to fruition Saturday night at the Wayne County Speedway near Orrville.

Wooster’s Sheldon Haudenschild – fresh off a second-place finish at Williams Grove Speedway on Friday – made the five-hour tow westward after Saturday’s National Open fell victim to rain and dominated action in the Pine Tree Towing and Recovery Sprint Car portion that highlighted the two-day Ohio Dirt Blowout at the ultra-fast 3-8-mile oval.

WCS’s 10th annual edition of the extravaganza produced a near-record 167 cars and stars to the paper-clipped shaped speed plant. In the end, however, it was familiar sights that joined Haudenschild in Victory Lane in capping the season- ending events.

Justin Cranmore swept the weekend’s activities by claiming the JoyRide Mini Stock 15-lap feature on Saturday after checkering both 12-lap prelim main events on Friday. Todd Brennan made a rare visit to The County and bagged his second consecutive Dirt Blowout championship by besting a stout field of Malcuit Tavern Super Late Models, while Kyle Moore picked up wins 30 and 31 on the season in winning both the McKenzie Super Stock and Elite Munition Modifieds A-Mains.

Haudenschild’s victory was his ninth of the 2022 season and was worth $3,000. The third-generation star led all 25 laps of the event in posting the triumph, as the 28-year-old now has a Dirt Blowout title to go along with a World of Outlaws win, four All Star Circuit of Champions victories, a pair of Pete Jacobs Memorial trophies, and a BOSS non-wing victory at WCS.

Haudenschild, aboard Bryan Grove’s potent No. 45 machine, outdistanced Washington state invader JJ Hickle and western Pennsylvania stalwart Brandon Spithaler. Newly crowned track champion Henry Malcuit raced home fourth with Tyler Street recording his 10th top-5 of the season.

Two-time 2022 winner Chris Myers finished sixth with Zach Ames, Jason Dolick, Wayne McPeek, and Jamie Myers rounding out the top 10. It was a tough night for a trio of WCS regulars, however, as Danny Mumaw retired to the pits while running third. Ricky Peterson and Trey Jacobs each suffered mechanical woes during the evening and finished 13th and 17th, respectively.

“We knew that (Williams Grove) was probably going to get rained out, so we made a few calls and ended up putting this together kind of last-minute,” said Haudenschild. “The track was just awesome, and it feels great to come back home and race in front the fans here at (Wayne County). I love racing here and hopefully we’ll get another chance to do it again.”

Zanesville’s Brennan started on the pole of the 25-lap, $2,000-to-win Late Model main and needed every ounce of his racing experience in getting his No. 20 to Summit Racing’s victory lane.

Brennan survived numerous challenges from JR Gentry early during the main event, with a caution on lap 18 wiping out his biggest advantage of the race that stretched eight car lengths.

“I kept seeing the red nose (Gentry) underneath me and l knew he wasn’t the only one coming through the pack,” Brennan said. “I saw (Doug Drown) was in third after looking at the scoreboard during that last yellow, but l just concentrated on hitting my marks.”

Drown moved his green No. 12 into second on lap 21 then set sail for Brennan in the closing laps. Drown pulled to the back bumper of Brennan before making a last-ditch effort with a slider in turns 3 and 4 that momentarily vaulted the veteran to the lead. Brennan, though, turned his mount to the bottom and outraced Drown to the checkers for the popular victory.

“All l saw was a flash of green go by and thought ‘man, there’s no way he can stick that,’” Brennan added. “It’s a thrill standing here (victory lane) after racing JR and Doug that hard. They’re two of the best competitors you’ll find and it was clean, hard racing.”

Western Pennsylvania star Matt Lux rallied for third at the stripe with Gentry and Eric Wilson rounding out the top-5 after starting 16th.

After narrowly edging out track champion Doug Hensel in both Friday prelims, Cranmore and Hensel started side-by-side in Saturday’s $800-to-win finale.

As expected, the duo paced the field until Cranmore used a lapped car on lap 6 to gain the lead for good. The driver of the black No. 2 survived a lengthy red flag on lap 13 in recording his eighth victory of 2022.

“It’s tough to win here, and to do it three times this weekend is just awesome,” said Cranmore. “I was a little nervous about being able to hit my marks lap after lap, but more nervous worrying about when and where (Hensel) was going to make his move. This is just a tough, tough division.”

Hensel’s run came to an end in the closing laps, with Matt Reichard, Dusty Long, Thomas Mendiola, and Cody Rush completing the top five.

Moore picked up right where he left off in the Super Stock main and reeled off his 19th win of the season in Bob Daugherty’s 21D. Tyler Wiles kept within shouting distance in his Father’s No. 187 the entire 15 laps but settled for second at the stripe with Brandon Morrow, Braden Tucke, and Friday night winner Rob Melzer.

“Standing here (in victory lane) never gets old,” said Moore. “This track is just awesome to race on, and l think it’s hands-down the best racing surface you’re going to find anywhere. I think we had a little left in this thing, but I just wanted to make good laps and keep it off the fence.”

Melzer garnered his first feature win of the season on Friday after being fast all season-long in his familiar 77.

“Finally,” said Melzer on Friday. “We’ve been good all year and to get a win feels great. Melzer bested John Wilson and Bob Daugherty at the stripe

Moore then jumped into TA Perrine’s 16 Modified, but his 31st win of the season was anything but easy. Moore was shuffled back to seventh on lap two then avoided disaster after tangling with a spinning car on lap 3.

Moore then chased Colton Shaw for the next 11 laps with the duo executing slide-job-after slide-job until taking command for good on lap 12.

“I thought maybe this wasn’t just my night early on,” said Moore. “I’ve followed guys before for a few laps instead of making a move and it’s bitten me a few times. Colton is super-fast right now and that was some pretty intense racing going on out there.

“These Modifieds are really building into a very competitive class, and you’ve got to be up on the wheel. The best part of racing Colton that hard is that we’re very good friends, too. That was a lot of fun tonight.”

Shaw hung on for second with Jimmy Humphrey finishing third and invaders Brad Goff and Chris Hackett rounding out the top five. Tristan Bickford backed up his Friday victory in the “never won” feature by finishing seventh.

A stout field of 21 Micro Sprints made their initial appearance at WCS on Friday with a Todd Reusser notching the victory after starting eighth. It was Reusser’s ninth win of 2022 and was followed to the stripe by Brian Borawiec, Jeff Haefke, Conner Metheny, and James Barkes.

The ModLites presented a field of 18 cars on Friday, with Jimmy Smith capturing victory 19 on the season. Smith outdistanced Teddy Williams, Logan Lewis, Jake Bowman, and former WCS sprint car driver Doug Stanley at the stripe.

The Dirt Trucks were up next and it was all Rolly Heyder as the driver of the Mark Wahlberg-sponsored No. 10 recorded his fifth Dirt Blowout championship. Blake Heyder crossed the stripe in second followed by Andy King, Jamie Heiser, and Vince Wagoner.

Ohio Dirt Blowout Saturday 10-01-2022 - Sprint Cars - Pine Tree Towing & Recovery

Qualifying 1.45-Sheldon Haudenschild, 14.269; 2.19-Trey Jacobs, 14.471; 3.4*-Tyler Street, 14.685; 4.8-Zach Ames, 14.733; 5.38K-Chris Myers, 14.785; 6.70-Henry Malcuit, 14.787; 7.9-Ricky Peterson, 14.878; 8.22-Brandon Spithaler, 14.920; 9.101-JJ Hickle, 14.970; 10.1MC-Wayne McPeek, 15.416; 11.1M-Jamie Myers, 15.427; 12.16-Danny Mumaw, 15.483; 13.D12-Jason Dolick, 15.594; 14.7DK-Dylan Kingan, 15.930; 15.14Z-Wyatt Zimmerman, 15.951; 16.OO-Anthony Gaskins, 17.900; 17.6J-Jonah Aumend, 99.000;

Heat 1 - (8 Laps) 1. 4*-Tyler Street[3] ; 2. 45-Sheldon Haudenschild[4] ; 3. 101-JJ Hickle[5] ; 4. 38K-Chris Myers[2] ; 5. 1M-Jamie Myers[6] ; 6. D12-Jason Dolick[7] ; 7. 6J-Jonah Aumend[9] ; 8. 9-Ricky Peterson[1] ; 9. 14Z-Wyatt Zimmerman[8]

Heat 2 - (8 Laps) 1. 22-Brandon Spithaler[1] ; 2. 70-Henry Malcuit[2] ; 3. 8-Zach Ames[3] ; 4. 16-Danny Mumaw[6] ; 5. 1MC-Wayne McPeek[5] ; 6. 7DK-Dylan Kingan[7] ; 7. OO-Anthony Gaskins[8] ; 8. 19-Trey Jacobs[4]

A-Main - (25 Laps) 1. 45-Sheldon Haudenschild[1] ; 2. 101-JJ Hickle[5] ; 3. 22-Brandon Spithaler[2] ; 4. 70-Henry Malcuit[7] ; 5. 4*-Tyler Street[6] ; 6. 38K-Chris Myers[8] ; 7. 8-Zach Ames[3] ; 8. D12-Jason Dolick[11] ; 9. 1MC-Wayne McPeek[10] ; 10. 1M-Jamie Myers[9] ; 11. 6J-Jonah Aumend[13] ; 12. OO-Anthony Gaskins[14] ; 13. 9-Ricky Peterson[15] ; 14. 7DK-Dylan Kingan[12] ; 15. 16-Danny Mumaw[4] ; 16. 14Z-Wyatt Zimmerman[17] ; 17. 19-Trey Jacobs[16]

Modifieds - Elite Ammunition

Qualifying 1.O1-Colton Shaw, 18.567; 2.2J-Chris Hackett, 18.634; 3.15-Scott Peltz, 18.810; 4.16T-Kyle Moore, 19.028; 5.76-Aaron Phillis, 19.159; 6.185-Ron Miller, 19.284; 7.75-Tristen Bickford, 19.354; 8.95-Darrick Hubbard Jr., 19.362; 9.27R-Steve Rex, 19.453; 10.60-Jimmy Humphrey, 19.588; 11.41-Brad Goff, 19.640; 12.76J-Jeremy Waite, 19.748; 13.991-Brandon Morrow, 19.977; 14.99-Ryan Markham, 20.040; 15.4J-Jim Plance, 20.113; 16.622-Jacob Gamber, 20.558; 17.21S-Roger South, 20.576; 18.21-Dwayne Powell, 21.562; 19.32-Scott Boyd Jr., 22.849; 20.29C-Chris Bitters, 25.307; 21.27C-James Alleman, 99.000;

Heat 1 - (8 Laps) 1. 16T-Kyle Moore[3] ; 2. O1-Colton Shaw[4] ; 3. 75-Tristen Bickford[2] ; 4. 60-Jimmy Humphrey[1] ; 5. 32-Scott Boyd Jr.[7] ; 6. 622-Jacob Gamber[6] ; 7. 991-Brandon Morrow[5]

Heat 2 - (8 Laps) 1. 41-Brad Goff[1] ; 2. 76-Aaron Phillis[3] ; 3. 95-Darrick Hubbard Jr.[2] ; 4. 99-Ryan Markham[5] ; 5. 21S-Roger South[6] ; 6. 29C-Chris Bitters[7] ; 7. 2J-Chris Hackett[4]

Heat 3 - (8 Laps) 1. 27R-Steve Rex[2] ; 2. 15-Scott Peltz[4] ; 3. 185-Ron Miller[3] ; 4. 4J-Jim Plance[5] ; 5. 76J-Jeremy Waite[1] ; 6. 21-Dwayne Powell[6] ; 7. 27C-James Alleman[7]

A-Main - (20 Laps) 1. 16T-Kyle Moore[5] ; 2. O1-Colton Shaw[1] ; 3. 60-Jimmy Humphrey[10] ; 4. 41-Brad Goff[7] ; 5. 2J-Chris Hackett[20] ; 6. 27R-Steve Rex[6] ; 7. 75-Tristen Bickford[2] ; 8. 76-Aaron Phillis[4] ; 9. 185-Ron Miller[9] ; 10. 76J-Jeremy Waite[15] ; 11. 991-Brandon Morrow[19] ; 12. 622-Jacob Gamber[16] ; 13. 95-Darrick Hubbard Jr.[3] ; 14. 32-Scott Boyd Jr.[13] ; 15. 4J-Jim Plance[12] ; 16. 21S-Roger South[14] ; 17. 15-Scott Peltz[8] ; 18. 99-Ryan Markham[11] ; 19. 29C-Chris Bitters[17] ; 20. 27C-James Alleman[21] ; 21. 21-Dwayne Powell[18]

Super Stocks - McKenzie Concrete

Qualifying 1.77-Rob Melzer, 19.275; 2.187-Tyler Wiles, 19.326; 3.21D-Kyle Moore, 19.526; 4.18-Braden Tucke, 19.725; 5.C9-Brandon Morrow, 19.798; 6.771-Brandon Craver, 19.993; 7.70-Paul Holmes, 20.078; 8.7-John Wilson, 20.188; 9.16-Caden Alexander, 20.217; 10.8A-Kevin Ake, 20.375; 11.5S-Luke Sprouse, 20.467; 12.4Z-Zach Myers, 20.727; 13.910-Don Rutt, 20.845; 14.R22-Jim Rayner, 20.970; 15.U4-Paul McVicker, 21.302; 16.313-Virgil Masters, 21.532; 17.28H-Brad Hensel, 99.000;

Heat 1 - (8 Laps) 1. 21D-Kyle Moore[3] ; 2. 77-Rob Melzer[4] ; 3. C9-Brandon Morrow[2] ; 4. 5S-Luke Sprouse[6] ; 5. 910-Don Rutt[7] ; 6. U4-Paul McVicker[8] ; 7. 16-Caden Alexander[5] ; 8. 28H-Brad Hensel[9] ; 9. 70-Paul Holmes[1]

Heat 2 - (8 Laps) 1. 7-John Wilson[1] ; 2. 187-Tyler Wiles[4] ; 3. 18-Braden Tucke[3] ; 4. 771-Brandon Craver[2] ; 5. R22-Jim Rayner[7] ; 6. 8A-Kevin Ake[5] ; 7. 313-Virgil Masters[8] ; 8. 4Z-Zach Myers[6]

Crack the Whip - (8 Laps) 1. 187-Tyler Wiles[4] ; 2. 16-Caden Alexander[1] ; 3. 77-Rob Melzer[7] ; 4. 18-Braden Tucke[8] ; 5. 70-Paul Holmes[3] ; 6. 771-Brandon Craver[5] ; 7. 21D-Kyle Moore[9] ; 8. 313-Virgil Masters[2] ; 9. 910-Don Rutt[6]

A-Main - (15 Laps) 1. 21D-Kyle Moore[2] ; 2. 187-Tyler Wiles[1] ; 3. C9-Brandon Morrow[5] ; 4. 18-Braden Tucke[7] ; 5. 77-Rob Melzer[6] ; 6. 7-John Wilson[8] ; 7. 70-Paul Holmes[17] ; 8. 771-Brandon Craver[4] ; 9. 16-Caden Alexander[13] ; 10. 5S-Luke Sprouse[3] ; 11. R22-Jim Rayner[10] ; 12. 8A-Kevin Ake[12] ; 13. U4-Paul McVicker[11] ; 14. 910-Don Rutt[9] ; 15. 313-Virgil Masters[14] ; 16. 28H-Brad Hensel[15] ; 17. 4Z-Zach Myers[16]

Late Models - Malcuit's Tavern

Qualifying 1.12-Doug Drown, 17.085; 2.14JR-J.R. Gentry, 17.090; 3.92-Justin Chance, 17.122; 4.48-Colton Flinner, 17.132; 5.10-Nathan Loney, 17.185; 6.88-Dustin Smith, 17.194; 7.5M-Ryan Markham, 17.308; 8.20-Todd Brennan, 17.319; 9.57-Caiden Black, 17.332; 10.27W-Eric Wilson, 17.342; 11.59-Larry Bellman Jr., 17.344; 12.36-Matt Irey, 17.399; 13.19-Cody Scott, 17.572; 14.6-Travis Carr, 17.595; 15.21-Matt Lux, 17.622; 16.2-Kevin Smith, 17.722; 17.79-Mitch Caskey, 17.732; 18.24-Jerry Aber, 17.851; 19.11-Ryan Abel, 17.888; 20.7-Nick Cox, 17.995; 21.145-Chase Frohnapfel, 18.064; 22.17-Tyler Evans, 18.199; 23.92B-Austin Bright, 18.633; 24.24X-Jason Skelly, 18.914; 25.76-Brock Stevens, 21.167;

Heat 1 - (8 Laps) 1. 5M-Ryan Markham[2] ; 2. 12-Doug Drown[4] ; 3. 48-Colton Flinner[3] ; 4. 19-Cody Scott[5] ; 5. 2-Kevin Smith[6] ; 6. 27W-Eric Wilson[1] ; 7. 17-Tyler Evans[8] ; 8. 11-Ryan Abel[7] ; 9. 76-Brock Stevens[9]

Heat 2 - (8 Laps) 1. 20-Todd Brennan[2] ; 2. 14JR-J.R. Gentry[4] ; 3. 10-Nathan Loney[3] ; 4. 59-Larry Bellman Jr.[1] ; 5. 79-Mitch Caskey[6] ; 6. 6-Travis Carr[5] ; 7. 92B-Austin Bright[8] ; 8. 7-Nick Cox[7]

Heat 3 - (8 Laps) 1. 21-Matt Lux[5] ; 2. 88-Dustin Smith[3] ; 3. 92-Justin Chance[4] ; 4. 36-Matt Irey[1] ; 5. 145-Chase Frohnapfel[7] ; 6. 24-Jerry Aber[6] ; 7. 24X-Jason Skelly[8] ; 8. 57-Caiden Black[2]

B-Main - (10 Laps) 1. 27W-Eric Wilson[1] ; 2. 6-Travis Carr[2] ; 3. 24-Jerry Aber[3] ; 4. 17-Tyler Evans[4] ; 5. 7-Nick Cox[8] ; 6. 24X-Jason Skelly[6] ; 7. 11-Ryan Abel[7] ; 8. 92B-Austin Bright[5] ; 9. 57-Caiden Black[9] ; 10. 76-Brock Stevens[10]

A-Main - (25 Laps) 1. 20-Todd Brennan[1] ; 2. 12-Doug Drown[5] ; 3. 21-Matt Lux[7] ; 4. 14JR-J.R. Gentry[4] ; 5. 27W-Eric Wilson[16] ; 6. 10-Nathan Loney[3] ; 7. 48-Colton Flinner[6] ; 8. 59-Larry Bellman Jr.[11] ; 9. 11-Ryan Abel[21] ; 10. 2-Kevin Smith[13] ; 11. 145-Chase Frohnapfel[15] ; 12. 6-Travis Carr[17] ; 13. 7-Nick Cox[20] ; 14. 24-Jerry Aber[18] ; 15. 36-Matt Irey[12] ; 16. 17-Tyler Evans[19] ; 17. 79-Mitch Caskey[14] ; 18. 92-Justin Chance[8] ; 19. 88-Dustin Smith[2] ; 20. 19-Cody Scott[10]

Mini Stocks - Joy Ride Transportation

Dash - (8 Laps) 1. 2-Justin Cranmore[1] ; 2. 18-Doug Hensel[2] ; 3. 5-Mitch Reichard[3] ; 4. 71-Anthony Collins[6] ; 5. 7C-Cody Musselman[7] ; 6. 420-Kevin Markey[8] ; 7. 311-Johnny Bruce Sr.[9]

B-Main #1 - (8 Laps) 1. J83-Jordon Petit[3] ; 2. 41-Eugene Arkenburgh[10] ; 3. 52-Cody Rush[13] ; 4. 54-Clayton Evans[6] ; 5. 8-Cory Brown[8] ; 6. 100-David Potter[11] ; 7. 25-Brandon Werntz[12] ; 8. 99C-Chris Mullinnex[9] ; 9. 3-Dylan Tanner[1] ; 10. 19S-Wes Staley[2] ; 11. 58X-Sean Rush[5] ; 12. X-Michael Watts[7]

B-Main #2 - (8 Laps) 1. 51-Dusty Long[2] ; 2. 43-David Keagy II[1] ; 3. 22-Thomas Mendiola[10] ; 4. 99M-Tony Mullinnex[9] ; 5. 34N-Nelson Housos[12] ; 6. 17-Dwayne Powell[7] ; 7. 11-Matt Short[13] ; 8. 1-Geno Gizmaldia[8] ; 9. 97S-Brock Searls[6] ; 10. 46-Stephen Crowe[5]

A-Main - (12 Laps) 1. 2-Justin Cranmore[1] ; 2. 5-Mitch Reichard[3] ; 3. 51-Dusty Long[8] ; 4. 22-Thomas Mendiola[12] ; 5. 52-Cody Rush[13] ; 6. 100-David Potter[19] ; 7. 54-Clayton Evans[15] ; 8. 7C-Cody Musselman[5] ; 9. J83-Jordon Petit[9] ; 10. 17-Dwayne Powell[18] ; 11. 18-Doug Hensel[2] ; 12. 43-David Keagy II[10] ; 13. 34N-Nelson Housos[16] ; 14. 71-Anthony Collins[4] ; 15. 311-Johnny Bruce Sr.[7] ; 16. 8-Cory Brown[17] ; 17. 420-Kevin Markey[6] ; 18. 41-Eugene Arkenburgh[11] ; 19. 99M-Tony Mullinnex[14]

 

 

Wilson earns 4th Fremont win, Mintz earns track title; Foos scores 305 win, Weaver gets 4th title; Gumby gets 2nd truck win, Miller claims championship

Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022

By Brian Liskai

FREMONT, Ohio – Greg Wilson survived five cautions during the final eight laps to claim his fourth Fremont Speedway win of 2022 on Fremont Federal Credit Union Night. With his third place finish Gibsonburg, Ohio’s Craig Mintz wrapped up his fourth Fort Ball Pizza Place 410 Sprint track championship.

Fremont, Ohio’s DJ Foos held off a charging Alvin Roepke to earn his second victory of the season in the Fremont Federal Credit Union 305 Sprints. Paul Weaver clinched his fourth division track title.

Rookie Dave Gumby Jr. of Ottawa Lake, Michigan held off Jeff Babcock to score his second victory of the season in the Burmeister Trophy Dirt Trucks. Fremont, Ohio’s Jamie Miller clinched his first ever division title with a third place finish.

Wilson dominated much of the 30 lap 410 sprint feature, building a nearly four second lead just past half way, but late race cautions, including one with just two laps to go, kept the field close. Wilson was able to drive to his 17th career Fremont win over Foos, Mintz, 16th starter Cole Duncan and Jake Hesson.

“This place is so special to me. I have a lot of mixed emotions. I’m thinking about Rick Eshleman…him and I started racing at Limaland and Eldora and I’m glad I spent that hour with him earlier this year. You never know what people are going through and you never know what the big guy upstairs has planned for us. I feel so blessed to have my family by my side to be in the Seeling Motorsports car. I can’t thank Hercules Tires, Ohio Logistics and DNC Hydraulics enough for believing in me. We been kind of up and down but when we come here…it’s home and hopefully we bring our A game next week when the Ford Classic is on the line,” said Wilson.

For Mintz, the fourth track title is special as it came on the 50th anniversary of Johnny Auxter’s track title in 1972, a man Mintz has looked up to.

“The last five or six weeks the 16 (Foos) has qualified well and we struggled. We have to get better early on. I love competing with DJ….there’s a mutual respect. Early on we weren’t very good and we just kept getting a little better. At one point I quit thinking about championships and wanted to win the thing. Three or four years ago we marked this on our calendar that this would be the last championship we were going after. We put every effort into this. If you think back if it wasn’t for Auxter I probably wouldn’t be here. There were many fun nights with Johnny working on the car. It means a lot to me and this team and makes it extra special,” said Mintz.

In the 25 lap 305 sprint feature, Foos took the lead from Kasey Jedrzejek on lap five and then held off Roepke after a caution with just four laps remaining to score his 25th career Fremont win.

“I was kind of messing up that last restart. The car was getting really tight. My dad does a really good job on 305 cars and racing in general. I figured my car would be pretty good and it took off really well. So grateful to be in a Clark car…it’s been a dream for a long time to sit in a Clark owned car and I finally got the opportunity with Kenny, Bobby and everybody else involved in this. This is a fun deal. Wish I could get a 410 win this year…always next week,” said Foos beside his Fremont Fence, Nagy Equipment Sales, Advanced Cast Stone, Shelluke’s Bar and Grill, Jimmy Bukkets, Snyder Floor Covering, Kear’s Speed Shop, BRS Shocks, Willey Motorsports backed #8.

For Weaver, winning the track championship came down to avoiding disaster when a lapped car collected him early in the feature. Weaver was able to restart at the tail and drove to a ninth place finish for the title.

“At least I finished the race and survived the night. Early in my career we ran all over the place with the 360s…you had a lot of choices. Unless you have money for a 410 this is where you go to race and it’s worked out,” said Weaver.

Several early cautions kept the field close in the 20 lap truck feature with Jim Holcomb holding a narrow lead the first five circuits before Gumby took command. Holcomb, Jeff Babcock, Jamie Miller and Ben Clapp battled for the runner-up spot until Babcock took second on lap 10. Gumby and Babcock ran side by side the final five laps with Gumby holding on for the win.

“I didn’t notice him (Babcock) until the last three laps when I saw him blow it into turn one and I was like I gotta go. I have to thank the truck owner David, him nephew Tim Baker, his dad Tim, my dad and Ron Miller of course for building the truck and my wife,” said Gumby beside his Ron Miller Race Cars, Get Bent Fab backed #P51.

Miller ran a conservative race to finish third and claim his first ever Fremont track title.

“I don’t like point racing. These championships aren’t easy to come by. I’ve been doing this for a long time and it’s my first one here. This is a tough division. Just to get one of these is quite an accomplishment,” said Miller.

Fremont Speedway will host the 15th Annual Jim and Joanne Ford Classic with the Tezos All Star Circuit of Champions Friday and Saturday, Oct. 7 and 8. The dirt trucks will be split into two fields – odds and evens in points – for feature-only events with the All Stars on Friday and the 305 sprints will do the same on Saturday. There will be lots of things happening during the weekend at the Sandusky County Fairgrounds.

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Fremont Speedway 2

Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022

410 Sprints – Fort Ball Pizza Palace

Qualifying

1.16-DJ Foos, 12.767; 2.99-Skylar Gee, 12.964; 3.5T-Travis Philo, 13.030; 4.5J-Jake Hesson, 13.152; 5.86-Michael Lutz, 13.178; 6.18-Cole Macedo, 13.214; 7.28-Darin Naida, 13.265; 8.29-Zeth Sabo, 13.274; 9.27-Trey McGranahan, 13.284; 10.312-Duane Zablocki, 13.300; 11.42-Boston Mead, 13.312; 12.97-Greg Wilson, 13.398; 13.09-Craig Mintz, 13.405; 14.35H-Zach Hampton, 13.418; 15.2X-Stuart Brubaker, 13.424; 16.1-Nate Dussel, 13.467; 17.11J-David Kalb Jr., 13.487; 18.11N-Ayrton Olsen, 13.514; 19.7T-Troy Vaccaro, 13.539; 20.28M-Conner Morrell, 13.561; 21.29X-Cap Henry, 13.615; 22.78-Todd Kane, 13.654; 23.22C-Cole Duncan, 13.681; 24.3V-Chris Verda, 13.729; 25.71H-Max Stambaugh, 13.836; 26.15k-Creed Kemenah, 13.851; 27.4T-Josh Turner, 13.860; 28.22M-Dan McCarron, 14.001; 29.X-Mike Keegan, 14.031; 30.49I-John Ivy, 14.130; 31.75-Jerry Dahms, 14.230; 32.12G-Corbin Gurley, 14.863; 33.08-Brandon Conkel, 99.998; 34.10-Justin Adams, 99.999;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 18-Cole Macedo[1] ; 2. 16-DJ Foos[4] ; 3. 5J-Jake Hesson[3] ; 4. 86-Michael Lutz[2] ; 5. 28-Darin Naida[5] ; 6. 312-Duane Zablocki[6] ; 7. 11J-David Kalb Jr.[7] ; 8. 7T-Troy Vaccaro[8] ; 9. 08-Brandon Conkel[9]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 99-Skylar Gee[4] ; 2. 3V-Chris Verda[1] ; 3. 4T-Josh Turner[5] ; 4. X-Mike Keegan[6] ; 5. 75-Jerry Dahms[7] ; 6. 10-Justin Adams[9] ; 7. 11N-Ayrton Olsen[2] ; 8. 42-Boston Mead[3] ; 9. 12G-Corbin Gurley[8]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 97-Greg Wilson[1] ; 2. 29-Zeth Sabo[3] ; 3. 27-Trey McGranahan[2] ; 4. 5T-Travis Philo[4] ; 5. 35H-Zach Hampton[5] ; 6. 1-Nate Dussel[7] ; 7. 2X-Stuart Brubaker[6] ; 8. 22M-Dan McCarron[8]

Heat 4, Group D - (8 Laps)

1. 29X-Cap Henry[2] ; 2. 78-Todd Kane[1] ; 3. 09-Craig Mintz[4] ; 4. 22C-Cole Duncan[5] ; 5. 28M-Conner Morrell[3] ; 6. 71H-Max Stambaugh[6] ; 7. 49I-John Ivy[8] ; 8. 15k-Creed Kemenah[7]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)

1. 28-Darin Naida[1] ; 2. 75-Jerry Dahms[2] ; 3. 28M-Conner Morrell[4] ; 4. 71H-Max Stambaugh[8] ; 5. 1-Nate Dussel[7] ; 6. 35H-Zach Hampton[3] ; 7. 312-Duane Zablocki[5] ; 8. 11J-David Kalb Jr.[9] ; 9. 2X-Stuart Brubaker[11] ; 10. 49I-John Ivy[12] ; 11. 7T-Troy Vaccaro[13] ; 12. 11N-Ayrton Olsen[10] ; 13. 15k-Creed Kemenah[16] ; 14. 08-Brandon Conkel[17] ; 15. 22M-Dan McCarron[15] ; 16. 42-Boston Mead[14] ; 17. 10-Justin Adams[6] ; 18. 12G-Corbin Gurley[18]

A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)

1. 97-Greg Wilson[1] ; 2. 16-DJ Foos[8] ; 3. 09-Craig Mintz[13] ; 4. 22C-Cole Duncan[16] ; 5. 5J-Jake Hesson[2] ; 6. 29X-Cap Henry[9] ; 7. 1-Nate Dussel[21] ; 8. 29-Zeth Sabo[4] ; 9. 5T-Travis Philo[10] ; 10. 71H-Max Stambaugh[20] ; 11. X-Mike Keegan[15] ; 12. 99-Skylar Gee[7] ; 13. 3V-Chris Verda[5] ; 14. 86-Michael Lutz[14] ; 15. 18-Cole Macedo[6] ; 16. 35H-Zach Hampton[22] ; 17. 27-Trey McGranahan[11] ; 18. 4T-Josh Turner[12] ; 19. 28-Darin Naida[17] ; 20. 78-Todd Kane[3] ; 21. 28M-Conner Morrell[19] ; 22. 75-Jerry Dahms[18]

305 Sprints - Fremont Federal Credit Union

Qualifying

1.31-Paul Weaver, 13.795; 2.8-DJ Foos, 13.879; 3.29-Bryan Sebetto, 13.886; 4.99-Alvin Roepke, 13.919; 5.19R-Steve Rando, 13.966; 6.26-Jamie Miller, 14.052; 7.5K-Kasey Jedrzejek, 14.086; 8.X-Mike Keegan, 14.104; 9.28-Shawn Valenti, 14.112; 10.10X-Dustin Stroup, 14.146; 11.9R-Logan Riehl, 14.147; 12.34-Jud Dickerson, 14.174; 13.20i-Kelsey Ivy, 14.196; 14.27-Calob Crispen, 14.273; 15.5Jr-Jimmy McGrath Jr, 14.281; 16.1M-Brandon Moore, 14.343; 17.14-Zack Miller, 14.413; 18.16E-Caleb Erwin, 14.476; 19.X15-Kasey Ziebold, 14.483; 20.51M-Haldon Miller, 14.552; 21.5M-Mike Moore, 14.654; 22.92-Kevin Hawk, 14.798; 23.10TS-Tate Schiets, 16.519;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 28-Shawn Valenti[2] ; 2. 5K-Kasey Jedrzejek[4] ; 3. 10X-Dustin Stroup[1] ; 4. 9R-Logan Riehl[5] ; 5. X-Mike Keegan[3] ; 6. 34-Jud Dickerson[6] ; 7. 20i-Kelsey Ivy[7] ; 8. 10TS-Tate Schiets[8]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 8-DJ Foos[4] ; 2. 19R-Steve Rando[1] ; 3. 29-Bryan Sebetto[3] ; 4. 99-Alvin Roepke[2] ; 5. 51M-Haldon Miller[8] ; 6. 26-Jamie Miller[5] ; 7. 16E-Caleb Erwin[7] ; 8. 27-Calob Crispen[6]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 31-Paul Weaver[4] ; 2. 1M-Brandon Moore[2] ; 3. 5Jr-Jimmy McGrath Jr[3] ; 4. 14-Zack Miller[1] ; 5. X15-Kasey Ziebold[5] ; 6. 92-Kevin Hawk[7] ; 7. 5M-Mike Moore[6]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 8-DJ Foos[3] ; 2. 99-Alvin Roepke[7] ; 3. 29-Bryan Sebetto[5] ; 4. 19R-Steve Rando[1] ; 5. 5K-Kasey Jedrzejek[2] ; 6. 10X-Dustin Stroup[9] ; 7. 5Jr-Jimmy McGrath Jr[10] ; 8. 9R-Logan Riehl[11] ; 9. 31-Paul Weaver[4] ; 10. 1M-Brandon Moore[6] ; 11. X-Mike Keegan[13] ; 12. 28-Shawn Valenti[8] ; 13. 26-Jamie Miller[17] ; 14. X15-Kasey Ziebold[15] ; 15. 34-Jud Dickerson[16] ; 16. 20i-Kelsey Ivy[19] ; 17. 5M-Mike Moore[21] ; 18. 51M-Haldon Miller[14] ; 19. 92-Kevin Hawk[18] ; 20. 14-Zack Miller[12] ; 21. 27-Calob Crispen[23] ; 22. 16E-Caleb Erwin[20] ; 23. 10TS-Tate Schiets[22]

Dirt Trucks - Burmeister Trophy

Qualifying

1.4M-Jamie Miller, 17.569; 2.25-Jeff Babcock, 17.590; 3.7b-Shawn Valenti, 17.848; 4.P51-Dave Gumby Jr., 17.891; 5.28-Cody Laird, 17.926; 6.32H-Dan Hennig , 17.957; 7.67-Ben Clapp, 18.030; 8.8KB-Kent Brewer, 18.100; 9.23m-Brad Mitten, 18.133; 10.17x-Dustin Keegan, 18.148; 11.4s-Keith Sorg, 18.170; 12.25X-Chuck Roelle, 18.178; 13.11H-Jim Holcomb, 18.240; 14.101-Chester Fitch, 18.279; 15.8S-Brandon Stuckey, 18.379; 16.32-Kevin Phillips, 18.426; 17.5s-Bradley Stuckey, 18.477; 18.6-Butch Latte, 18.487; 19.7X-Dana Frey, 18.578; 20.7H-JT Horn, 18.599; 21.51-David Bankey, 18.850; 22.73-Troy Aikman, 18.943; 23.65R-Jeremy Ernsberger, 18.949; 24.33-Brian Arnold, 19.116; 25.57MS-Mason Stull, 19.481; 26.9-Curt Inks, 99.998; 27.55-DJ Mestrey, 99.999;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 11H-Jim Holcomb[1] ; 2. 32H-Dan Hennig [4] ; 3. 67-Ben Clapp[3] ; 4. 8S-Brandon Stuckey[5] ; 5. 33-Brian Arnold[7] ; 6. 57MS-Mason Stull[8] ; 7. 23m-Brad Mitten[2] ; 8. 51-David Bankey[6] ; 9. 9-Curt Inks[9]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 25-Jeff Babcock[4] ; 2. 7b-Shawn Valenti[3] ; 3. 4s-Keith Sorg[2] ; 4. 25X-Chuck Roelle[1] ; 5. 5s-Bradley Stuckey[7] ; 6. 101-Chester Fitch[5] ; 7. 32-Kevin Phillips[6] ; 8. 7X-Dana Frey[9] ; 9. 6-Butch Latte[8]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 26-Jamie Miller[4] ; 2. P51-Dave Gumby Jr.[3] ; 3. 8KB-Kent Brewer[1] ; 4. 28-Cody Laird[2] ; 5. 17x-Dustin Keegan[5] ; 6. 7H-JT Horn[6] ; 7. 73-Troy Aikman[7] ; 8. 65R-Jeremy Ernsberger[8] ; 9. 55-DJ Mestrey[9]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)

1. 101-Chester Fitch[2] ; 2. 23m-Brad Mitten[4] ; 3. 32-Kevin Phillips[5] ; 4. 7X-Dana Frey[8] ; 5. 57MS-Mason Stull[1] ; 6. 7H-JT Horn[3] ; 7. 73-Troy Aikman[6] ; 8. 51-David Bankey[7] ; 9. 9-Curt Inks[10] ; 10. 6-Butch Latte[11] ; 11. 55-DJ Mestrey[12] ; 12. 65R-Jeremy Ernsberger[9]

A-Main 1 - (20 Laps)

1. P51-Dave Gumby Jr.[3] ; 2. 25-Jeff Babcock[4] ; 3. 4M-Jamie Miller[6] ; 4. 32H-Dan Hennig [8] ; 5. 17x-Dustin Keegan[15] ; 6. 11H-Jim Holcomb[2] ; 7. 67-Ben Clapp[5] ; 8. 7b-Shawn Valenti[7] ; 9. 32-Kevin Phillips[18] ; 10. 4s-Keith Sorg[9] ; 11. 23m-Brad Mitten[17] ; 12. 28-Cody Laird[1] ; 13. 8KB-Kent Brewer[10] ; 14. 101-Chester Fitch[16] ; 15. 7X-Dana Frey[19] ; 16. 25X-Chuck Roelle[12] ; 17. 33-Brian Arnold[13] ; 18. 8S-Brandon Stuckey[11] ; 19. 5s-Bradley Stuckey[14] ; 20. 57MS-Mason Stull[20]

 

 

Cannon McIntosh Cruises to SSMC Win with POWRi National & West Midget Leagues
Belleville, IL. (9/30/22) Cannon McIntosh would hold off the late-race dramatics in Night One of the Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex Fall Brawl to capture his seventeenth career victory with the Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget League with an impressive showing of determination in the intense thirty-lap feature.

Early Sweet Springs competition with the Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget League would see Chase McDermand start the quickest putting down an 11.505-second hot-lap as Daison Pursley, Cannon McIntosh, Dominic Gorden, and Chase McDermand would each earn heat racing wins as Xavier Doney would earn the semi-feature win.

Setting the field of competitors would find pole-starter and high-point qualifier Taylor Reimer battling front-row counterpart Daison Pursley into the first pair of corners on the opening lap with Reimer capturing the initial racing advantage as Dominic Gorden, Brenham Crouch, Gavan Boschele, and Bryant Weideman in hot pursuit inside the top-five during the opening laps.

Holding the front of the field for the first few laps of the event, Taylor Reimer would appear to be the fastest wheelman until a first-corner miscue would send her into the outside wall to bring out the caution and relinquish the lead to a speedy Dominic Gorden.

Keeping the point placement, Gorden would hold down first until the mid-point when Cannon McIntosh used a high-side maneuver to slingshot to the lead of the field with Gavan Boschele and Brenham Crouch following suit.

Maintaining the front of the field after the late-race restarts, Cannon McIntosh would not be denied with the Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget League to earn the feature victory to earn his eleventh victory of the season.

“This became a tricky track; I knew I had to almost use a diamond off of turn four but keep the momentum for the high-side in turns one and two. Gavan was really fast tonight so it was everything I could do to keep him behind me” stated the winning McIntosh in the Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex victory lane.

Staying close in the entire feature by using a low-line precision, Bryant Weideman would secure a solid showing of runner-up with Gavan Boschele completing the feature's final podium placement. One-time leader Dominic Gorden would show speed all event to finish fourth as Karter Sarff would drive past four other drivers to round out the Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget League top-five finishers at SSMC.

POWRi National Midget League | Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex | 9/30/22:
Hoosier Racing Tire Fast Hot Lap Time: 40-Chase McDermand (11.505)
Advanced Racing Suspensions Heat Race 1 Winner: 71-Daison Pursley
Auto Meter Heat Race 2 Winner: 08-Cannon McIntosh
Schure Built Suspensions Heat Race 3 Winner: 71K-Dominic Gorden
AFCO Racing Heat Race 4 Winner: 40-Chase McDermand
Max Papis Innovations Semi-Feature Winner: 97A-Xavier Doney
MVT Services High Point Qualifier: 25K-Taylor Reimer
Toyota Racing Development Hard Charger: 3-Jake Neuman(+16)
Lucas Oil Feature Winner: 08-Cannon McIntosh

Lucas Oil A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 08-Cannon McIntosh[7]; 2. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[6]; 3. 5-Gavan Boschele[4]; 4. 71K-Dominic Gorden[3]; 5. 21K-Karter Sarff[9]; 6. 3-Jake Neuman[22]; 7. 71-Daison Pursley[2]; 8. 7U-Kyle Jones[12]; 9. 3C-Collin Mitchell[10]; 10. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[19]; 11. 11A-Andrew Felker[13]; 12. 25K-Taylor Reimer[1]; 13. 97K-Brent Crews[15]; 14. 7D-Michelle Decker[21]; 15. 17B-Austin Barnhill[20]; 16. 57-Maria Cofer[11]; 17. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[14]; 18. 97-Brenham Crouch[5]; 19. 97A-Xavier Doney[17]; 20. 15-Clinton Boyles[16]; 21. 89-Todd McVay[18]; 22. 40-Chase McDermand[8].

Max Papis Innovations B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 97A-Xavier Doney[1]; 2. 89-Todd McVay[2]; 3. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[4]; 4. 17B-Austin Barnhill[3]; 5. 7D-Michelle Decker[5]; 6. 3-Jake Neuman[9]; 7. 7-Shannon McQueen[14]; 8. 95-Chris Andrews[12]; 9. 16C-Devin Camfield[7]; 10. 6-Isaac Chapple[10]; 11. 51X-Joe Walker[8]; 12. 00-Talin Turner[13]; 13. 17C-Dalton Camfield[6]; 14. (DNS) 21-Emilio Hoover.

Advanced Racing Suspension Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 71-Daison Pursley[3]; 2. 57-Maria Cofer[1]; 3. 21K-Karter Sarff[5]; 4. 97A-Xavier Doney[4]; 5. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[7]; 6. 16C-Devin Camfield[2]; 7. 3-Jake Neuman[6]; 8. 95-Chris Andrews[8].

Auto Meter Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 08-Cannon McIntosh[1]; 2. 5-Gavan Boschele[4]; 3. 11A-Andrew Felker[2]; 4. 89-Todd McVay[3]; 5. 97K-Brent Crews[7]; 6. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[8]; 7. 6-Isaac Chapple[5]; 8. 7-Shannon McQueen[6].

Schure Built Suspension Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 71K-Dominic Gorden[2]; 2. 25K-Taylor Reimer[6]; 3. 7U-Kyle Jones[4]; 4. 3C-Collin Mitchell[7]; 5. 7D-Michelle Decker[3]; 6. 17C-Dalton Camfield[5]; 7. 00-Talin Turner[1]

AFCO Racing Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 40-Chase McDermand[1]; 2. 97-Brenham Crouch[4]; 3. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[6]; 4. 17B-Austin Barnhill[3]; 5. 15-Clinton Boyles[7]; 6. 51X-Joe Walker[2]; 7. 21-Emilio Hoover[5].

Next up for the Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget League will be return action to Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex for Night Two of the Annual Fall Brawl weekend event on Saturday, October 1st.

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Tanner Carrick wins a thrilling Tyler Wolf Memorial with SCCT in Chico

By Gary Thomas

Chico, CA…Lincoln’s Tanner Carrick and Fremont’s Shane Golobic thrilled the crowd on the final lap at Silver Dollar Speedway Friday night during the 9th annual Tyler Wolf Memorial.

At the checkered flag it was Carrick who fended off the last corner challenge to bring home the $4,000 grand prize with the Sprint Car Challenge Tour presented by Elk Grove Ford and Abreu Vineyards. It marked his second SCCT victory of the season to go along with his win at the Mel & Marlyn Hall Memorial in May at Marysville Raceway.

Carrick also captured opening night of the Pacific Sprint Fall Nationals for the second consecutive year. “That was an exciting main event and I hope all the fans enjoyed that one,” Carrick said after the race. “We won opening night of the Fall Nationals last year and I’d love nothing more than to come back tomorrow and sweep the weekend. I have to thank everybody that supports our race team and makes it possible.”

A well-prepared racing surface allowed some of the states top Sprint Car drivers to showcase their skills on Friday evening at the Tyler Wolf Memorial. Several movers and shakers were seen throughout the 35-lap contest. Modesto’s Tony Gomes captured the High Sierra Industries Dash and took command early in the main event. Excellent racing action was seen all thru the field as Shane Golobic, Carrick, Mitchell Faccinto and others tried to race their way forward.

Golobic eventually found his way to the top spot as he searched for his 12th career SCCT victory. At one point it looked like he would ride off into the sunset, but Carrick had other plans and snagged the lead on a restart late in the going. With the white flag in the air Golobic gave it one last stab and attempted a slider in the final corners. Contact ensued however and resulted in Golobic dropping off the surface ever so slightly. Carrick crossed back under and accepted the checkered flag for the big win.

Mitchell Faccinto crossed the stripe in second to cap off a great main event for the Hanford racer. Faccinto found the extreme bottom line to his liking and nearly pulled off a win. Mather’s Kalib Henry, the defending Fall Nationals winner, made an exciting charge late in the race to round out the podium. Golobic and Oregon racer Tanner Holmes finished fourth and fifth respectively. It was an impressive night for Holmes, who brought home his best career SCCT result. Completing the top-10 were Logan Forler, Pit Stop USA Hard Charger Dylan Bloomfield who started 23rd, Gomes, Michael Faccinto and 24th starter Max Mittry.

A stellar field of 67 cars competed on night one of the Pacific Sprint Fall Nationals. Young Gauge Garcia began the night by earning the Bianchi Farms Fast Time with a lap of 11.965 around the quarter-mile.

The Silver Dollar Speedway will cap off Fall Nationals weekend tonight, while the Sprint Car Challenge Tour heads next for the Cotton Classic at Keller Auto Speedway this coming Friday.
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SCCT 360 Sprints – Tyler Wolf Memorial Results 67 Entries

A Feature 35 Laps
1. 83T-Tanner Carrick[2]; 2. 21T-Mitchell Faccinto[7]; 3. 17M-Kalib Henry[13]; 4. 17W-Shane Golobic[4]; 5. 18T-Tanner Holmes[6]; 6. 2L-Logan Forler[3]; 7. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[23]; 8. 75-Tony Gomes[1]; 9. X1-Michael Faccinto[9]; 10. 2X-Max Mittry[24]; 11. 5V-Landon Brooks[16]; 12. 38B-Blake Carrick[17]; 13. 7C-Kaleb Montgomery[10]; 14. 38-Colby Johnson[11]; 15. 9L-Luke Hayes[8]; 16. 41-Corey Day[19]; 17. 17-Ricky Sanders[18]; 18. 92-Andy Forsberg[12]; 19. 29-Willie Croft[22]; 20. 46JR-Joel Myers Jr[14]; 21. 7P-Jake Andreotti[21]; 22. 115-Nick Parker[5]; 23. 83SA-Isaiah Vasquez[15]; 24. 14W-Ryan Robinson[20]

B Feature 12 Laps
1. 7P-Jake Andreotti[3]; 2. 29-Willie Croft[2]; 3. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[9]; 4. 2X-Max Mittry[1]; 5. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez[7]; 6. 34-Justin Henry[16]; 7. 98H-Matt Hein[8]; 8. 88A-Joey Ancona[15]; 9. 21-Michael Ing[14]; 10. 12J-John Clark[5]; 11. 4C-Tuesday Calderwood[12]; 12. 02-Ashton Torgerson[11]; 13. 57B-Bobby Butler[13]; 14. 17WX-Ryan Bernal[4]; 15. 28-Chase Johnson[6]; 16. 1F-DJ Freitas[10]

C Feature 10 Laps
1. 57B-Bobby Butler[4]; 2. 21-Michael Ing[1]; 3. 88A-Joey Ancona[3]; 4. 34-Justin Henry[12]; 5. 21X-Gauge Garcia[13]; 6. 15-Michael Sellers[6]; 7. 71W-Mike Wasina Jr[10]; 8. 9-Tyler Brown[5]; 9. 78-Bret Barney[15]; 10. 2P-Alex Pettas[7]; 11. 94-Greg Decaires V[11]; 12. 7W-Dennis Scherer[8]; 13. 93-Stephen Ingraham[14]; 14. (DNS) 3C-Casey Schmitz; 15. (DNS) 54S-Drake Standley; 16. (DNS) 8-Colby Wiesz

D Feature 8 Laps
1. 21X-Gauge Garcia[1]; 2. 93-Stephen Ingraham[6]; 3. 78-Bret Barney[4]; 4. 8-Colby Wiesz[3]; 5. 54-Carson Hall[13]; 6. 2-Wyatt Brown[14]; 7. 94TH-Braden Chiaramonte[10]; 8. 6W-Billy Wallace[8]; 9. 7V-Wyatt VanLare[7]; 10. 75S-Bill Smith[11]; 11. 15H-Pat Harvey Jr[15]; 12. 7X-Eddy Lewis[12]; 13. 15K-Cody Key[5]

Dash 6 Laps
1. 75-Tony Gomes[1]; 2. 83T-Tanner Carrick[2]; 3. 2L-Logan Forler[4]; 4. 17W-Shane Golobic[8]; 5. 115-Nick Parker[3]; 6. 18T-Tanner Holmes[5]; 7. 21T-Mitchell Faccinto[6]; 8. 9L-Luke Hayes[7]

Heat 1 8 Laps
1. 21T-Mitchell Faccinto[2]; 2. 38-Colby Johnson[1]; 3. 46JR-Joel Myers Jr[3]; 4. 38B-Blake Carrick[5]; 5. 9L-Luke Hayes[4]; 6. 17WX-Ryan Bernal[6]; 7. 98H-Matt Hein[7]; 8. 4C-Tuesday Calderwood[9]; 9. 57B-Bobby Butler[10]; 10. 15-Michael Sellers[11]; 11. 34-Justin Henry[12]; 12. 8-Colby Wiesz[8]

Heat 2 8 Laps
1. 75-Tony Gomes[1]; 2. 2L-Logan Forler[2]; 3. 17M-Kalib Henry[3]; 4. 5V-Landon Brooks[5]; 5. 41-Corey Day[6]; 6. 2X-Max Mittry[4]; 7. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez[7]; 8. 02-Ashton Torgerson[9]; 9. 88A-Joey Ancona[8]; 10. 2P-Alex Pettas[10]; 11. 94-Greg Decaires V[11]; 12. 78-Bret Barney[12]

Heat 3 8 Laps
1. 83T-Tanner Carrick[1]; 2. 7C-Kaleb Montgomery[2]; 3. 17W-Shane Golobic[4]; 4. 83SA-Isaiah Vasquez[3]; 5. 14W-Ryan Robinson[8]; 6. 7P-Jake Andreotti[7]; 7. 12J-John Clark[6]; 8. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[5]; 9. 3C-Casey Schmitz[11]; 10. 7W-Dennis Scherer[10]; 11. 71W-Mike Wasina Jr[9]; 12. (DNS) 55D-Dawson Hammes

Heat 4 8 Laps
1. 115-Nick Parker[3]; 2. X1-Michael Faccinto[2]; 3. 92-Andy Forsberg[6]; 4. 18T-Tanner Holmes[1]; 5. 17-Ricky Sanders[5]; 6. 29-Willie Croft[10]; 7. 28-Chase Johnson[9]; 8. 1F-DJ Freitas[8]; 9. 21-Michael Ing[11]; 10. 9-Tyler Brown[12]; 11. 54S-Drake Standley[7]; 12. 21X-Gauge Garcia[4]

Qualifying 1
1. 9L-Luke Hayes, 00:12.421[11]; 2. 38-Colby Johnson, 00:12.435[5]; 3. 21T-Mitchell Faccinto, 00:12.506[13]; 4. 46JR-Joel Myers Jr, 00:12.539[14]; 5. 38B-Blake Carrick, 00:12.602[3]; 6. 17WX-Ryan Bernal, 00:12.641[8]; 7. 98H-Matt Hein, 00:12.686[7]; 8. 8-Colby Wiesz, 00:12.688[6]; 9. 4C-Tuesday Calderwood, 00:12.743[16]; 10. 57B-Bobby Butler, 00:12.761[10]; 11. 15-Michael Sellers, 00:12.785[12]; 12. 34-Justin Henry, 00:12.821[9]; 13. 94TH-Braden Chiaramonte, 00:12.854[4]; 14. 54-Carson Hall, 00:12.913[15]; 15. 17C-Chris Bullock, 00:13.053[17]; 16. 7X-Eddy Lewis, 00:13.139[2]; 17. 4-Hershel Phillips, 00:16.196[1]

Qualifying 2
1. 2X-Max Mittry, 00:12.160[6]; 2. 75-Tony Gomes, 00:12.228[14]; 3. 2L-Logan Forler, 00:12.238[16]; 4. 17M-Kalib Henry, 00:12.284[12]; 5. 5V-Landon Brooks, 00:12.316[5]; 6. 41-Corey Day, 00:12.329[15]; 7. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez, 00:12.466[9]; 8. 88A-Joey Ancona, 00:12.476[11]; 9. 02-Ashton Torgerson, 00:12.533[4]; 10. 2P-Alex Pettas, 00:12.650[1]; 11. 94-Greg Decaires V, 00:12.780[8]; 12. 78-Bret Barney, 00:12.807[17]; 13. 93-Stephen Ingraham, 00:12.876[2]; 14. 8C-Anissa Curtice, 00:12.883[10]; 15. 6W-Billy Wallace, 00:12.912[3]; 16. 21W-Josh Wiesz, 00:12.932[7]; 17. 15H-Pat Harvey Jr, 00:12.968[13]

Qualifying 3
1. 17W-Shane Golobic, 00:12.102[5]; 2. 83T-Tanner Carrick, 00:12.205[12]; 3. 7C-Kaleb Montgomery, 00:12.236[17]; 4. 83SA-Isaiah Vasquez, 00:12.245[13]; 5. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield, 00:12.253[2]; 6. 12J-John Clark, 00:12.304[14]; 7. 7P-Jake Andreotti, 00:12.344[9]; 8. 14W-Ryan Robinson, 00:12.545[1]; 9. 71W-Mike Wasina Jr, 00:12.575[15]; 10. 7W-Dennis Scherer, 00:12.780[7]; 11. 29T-Ryan Timmons, 00:12.833[16]; 12. 15K-Cody Key, 00:12.854[3]; 13. 75S-Bill Smith, 00:12.866[4]; 14. 71L-Korey Lovell, 00:12.929[10]; 15. 77-Ryan Lippincott, 00:13.088[6]; 16. 2-Wyatt Brown, 00:13.093[8]

Qualifying 4
1. 21X-Gauge Garcia, 00:11.965[12]; 2. 18T-Tanner Holmes, 00:12.070[7]; 3. X1-Michael Faccinto, 00:12.087[6]; 4. 115-Nick Parker, 00:12.133[9]; 5. 17-Ricky Sanders, 00:12.164[16]; 6. 92-Andy Forsberg, 00:12.235[3]; 7. 54S-Drake Standley, 00:12.239[11]; 8. 1F-DJ Freitas, 00:12.284[13]; 9. 28-Chase Johnson, 00:12.311[14]; 10. 29-Willie Croft, 00:12.320[8]; 11. 21-Michael Ing, 00:12.414[2]; 12. 3C-Casey Schmitz, 00:12.475[15]; 13. 9-Tyler Brown, 00:12.491[5]; 14. 55D-Dawson Hammes, 00:12.651[4]; 15. 7V-Wyatt VanLare, 00:12.764[1]; 16. 5-Cody Smith, 00:12.897[10]

Non Qualifier 1 8 Laps
1. 15-Michael Sellers[2]; 2. 94-Greg Decaires V[1]; 3. 34-Justin Henry[4]; 4. 78-Bret Barney[3]; 5. 93-Stephen Ingraham[6]; 6. 6W-Billy Wallace[8]; 7. 94TH-Braden Chiaramonte[5]; 8. 7X-Eddy Lewis[13]; 9. 54-Carson Hall[9]; 10. 8C-Anissa Curtice[7]; 11. 17C-Chris Bullock[12]; 12. 15H-Pat Harvey Jr[11]; 13. 4-Hershel Phillips[14]; 14. 21W-Josh Wiesz[10]

Non Qualifier 2 8 Laps
1. 3C-Casey Schmitz[2]; 2. 21-Michael Ing[1]; 3. 55D-Dawson Hammes[4]; 4. 9-Tyler Brown[3]; 5. 15K-Cody Key[7]; 6. 7V-Wyatt VanLare[5]; 7. 29T-Ryan Timmons[6]; 8. 75S-Bill Smith[8]; 9. 2-Wyatt Brown[12]; 10. 5-Cody Smith[9]; 11. 77-Ryan Lippincott[11]

 

 

BOWMAN AND DYKSTRA SHARE FRIDAY NIGHT ACTION SPRINT TOUR WIN AT HUMBERSTONE

By Tommy Goudge

PORT COLBORNE, Ont. (September 30, 2022) – Mike Bowman and Jacob Dykstra were declared co-winners of the Action Sprint Tour fueled by Pinty’s Crate Sprint Car A-Main at Humberstone Speedway on Friday night.

Lance Erskine and Tyeller Powless drew front row starting spots for the 25 lap A-Main; the yellow flag quickly appeared when Powless and Allan Downey made contact, causing Downey to spin and collect championship contender Mathieu Bardier. The contact appeared to damage Bardier’s front end, but his crew made repairs to get him back on track.

Erskine took the lead on the restart, but Bowman quickly advanced to take the lead on lap four with championship points leader Jacob Dykstra in hot pursuit. Another yellow flag was needed for a Sheldon Bender spin which collected John Cadman and Brian Nanticoke, and title contender Darren Dryden used the restart to take third from Erskine.

Bowman and Dykstra made daring moves in traffic as the race wound to a conclusion. Dykstra cleared several lapped cars in turns one and two on the last lap, but it appeared he was going to run out of time. Bowman slowed to avoid Ashton VanEvery’s stopped car in turn four, however, which allowed Dykstra to cross under the checkered flag side-by-side with Bowman. Electronic timing and scoring showed a tie between the two down to the thousandth of a second, leading officials to declare a dead heat. Bowman and Dykstra shared the win, while Dryden, Erskine, and Powless rounded out the top five.

The Action Sprint Tour fueled by Pinty’s Crate Sprint Car championship will be decided at Humberstone Speedway on Saturday, October 1. Visit www.actionsprinttour.com for more information.

Action Sprint Tour Crate Sprint Car series fueled by Pinty’s
Statistical Report – Friday, September 30, 2022
Humberstone Speedway – Port Colborne, Ontario, Canada

A-Main [Started] 25 laps
T1. 71-Mike Bowman[5]; T1. 5D-Jacob Dykstra[8]; 3. 12DD-Darren Dryden[4]; 4. 88-Lance Erskine[1]; 5. 77T-Tyeller Powless[2]; 6. 20-Johnny Miller[7]; 7. 4B-Darrell Pelletier[12]; 8. 31-Dale Curran[15]; 9. 19-Mathieu Bardier[6]; 10. 08-Steven Beckett[17]; 11. 39-Jonah Mutton[10]; 12. 19D-Allan Downey[3]; 13. 71C-John Cadman[16]; 14. 97-Sheldon Bender[11]; 15. BS39-Brett Stratford[9]; 16. 16X-Keegan Baker[13]; 17. 9C-Brian Nanticoke[19]; 18. 28-Cameron Thomson[20]; 19. 85C-Cam MacKinnon[18]; 20. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[14]; 21. 21-Braedan Burning[21]

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps
1. 12DD-Darren Dryden, Freelton [2]; 2. 88-Lance Erskine, Brantford [1]; 3. 77T-Tyeller Powless, Ohsweken [6]; 4. 16X-Keegan Baker, Ancaster [3]; 5. 77E-Ashton VanEvery, Ohsweken [5]; 6. 31-Dale Curran, Bowmanville [7]; 7. 85C-Cam MacKinnon, Ridgeway [4]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps
1. 19D-Allan Downey, Hamilton [1]; 2. 19-Mathieu Bardier, Pierreville, Quebec [6]; 3. BS39-Brett Stratford, Wainfleet [2]; 4. 97-Sheldon Bender, Ethel [4]; 5. 39-Jonah Mutton, Brighton [7]; 6. 28-Cameron Thomson, Hamilton [5]; 7. 9C-Brian Nanticoke, Ohsweken [3]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 8 laps
1. 71-Mike Bowman, St. Catharines [1]; 2. 5D-Jacob Dykstra, Port Colborne [3]; 3. 20-Johnny Miller, Six Nations [5]; 4. 4B-Darrell Pelletier, Port Perry [4]; 5. 71C-John Cadman, Smithville [2]; 6. 08-Steven Beckett, Fonthill [6]; 7. 21-Braedan Burning, Ohsweken [7]

Up Next:
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COLAVIOVANNI TAKES FRIDAY KNIGHTS OF THUNDER WIN AT HUMBERSTONE

By Tommy Goudge

PORT COLBORNE, Ont. (September 30, 2022) – Paulie Colagiovanni didn’t take long to get accustomed to Humberstone Speedway; the driver from Cicero, New York had never seen the track before, but took the Pinty’s Knights of Thunder 360 Sprint Car series win on Friday night.

Mitch Brown and Nick Sheridan drew front row starting positions for the 25 lap A-Main, and Brown took the early lead. Traffic was looming for Brown, but a yellow flag came out when Jim Huppunen spun and collected Ryan Turner.

Brown had clear track again for the restart, with Sheridan, Colagivanni, row five starter Jordan Poirier, and D.J. Christie in the top five. Brown stuck to the low side while Colagiovanni moved up high; Brown continued to keep Colagiovanni at bay until the red flag came out for Huppunen, who hit the inside guard rail and appeared to flip.

Poirier had advanced to third for the restart, but appeared to clip the inside guard rail exiting turn four; the resulting damage ended Poirier’s race, and his bid to remain undefeated at Humberstone. Colagiovanni pounced on Brown shortly after the restart and led the remainder of the race, although traffic did allow Brown to close in over the last few laps and keep the race in doubt.

The win was Colagiovanni’s third on the Knights of Thunder tour, and first away from Ohsweken Speedway. Brown’s runner-up finish allowed him to pad his lead in the championship standings over Cory Turner and Ryan Turner. D.J. Christie rounded out the podium driving a Glenn Styres Racing entry; engine problems with his own car had previously threatened to end his season. Sheridan and Matt Farnham rounded out the top five.

The 2022 Pinty’s Knights of Thunder 360 Sprint Car series championship will be decided on Saturday, October 1 in the season finale at Humberstone Speedway. Visit www.knightsofthunder.com for more information.

Pinty’s Knights of Thunder 360 Sprint Car Series Statistical Report – Saturday, September 30, 2022 Humberstone Speedway – Port Colborne, Ontario, Canada

A-Main [Started] 25 laps 1. 10C-Paulie Colagiovanni[3]; 2. 10-Mitch Brown[1]; 3. 0J-DJ Christie[5]; 4. 45-Nick Sheridan[2]; 5. 7NY-Matt Farnham[6]; 6. 45H-Chuck Hebing[11]; 7. 0-Glenn Styres[4]; 8. 90-Travis Cunningham[12]; 9. 110-Jake Brown[10]; 10. 68-Aaron Turkey[8]; 11. 88H-Josh Hansen[15]; 12. 87-Jason Barney[18]; 13. 9-Liam Martin[14]; 14. 87X-Shone Evans[7]; 15. 11J-Chris Jones[13]; 16. 13-Cory Turner[17]; 17. 84-Tyler Rand[22]; 18. 15-Ryan Turner[16]; 19. 11-Jamie Turner[21]; 20. 24-Ben Silliker[19]; 21. (DNF) 28-Jordan Poirier[9]; 22. (DNF) 14H-Jim Huppunen[20]; 23. (DNS) 19-Allan Downey; (DNS) 01K Mikey Kruchka

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps 1. 7NY-Matt Farnham, Tonawanda, New York [1]; 2. 10-Mitch Brown, Brantford [2]; 3. 10C-Paulie Colagiovanni, Cicero, New York [6]; 4. 90-Travis Cunningham, Grimsby [3]; 5. 88H-Josh Hansen, Beamsville [4]; 6. 13-Cory Turner, Caistor Centre [5]; 7. 87-Jason Barney, Brewerton, New York [8]; 8. 11-Jamie Turner, Caistor Centre [7]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps 1. 0J-DJ Christie, Beachville [1]; 2. 68-Aaron Turkey, Ohsweken [2]; 3. 110-Jake Brown, Brantford [3]; 4. 45H-Chuck Hebing, Ontario, New York [4]; 5. 28-Jordan Poirier, Saint-Mathieu-de-Beloeil, Quebec [8]; 6. 15-Ryan Turner, Dunnville [7]; 7. 14H-Jim Huppunen, Welland [5]; 8. 84-Tyler Rand, Picton [6]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 8 laps 1. 87X-Shone Evans, Scotland [1]; 2. 0-Glenn Styres, Ohsweken [2]; 3. 45-Nick Sheridan, Mount Brydges [5]; 4. 11J-Chris Jones, Picton [3]; 5. 9-Liam Martin, Binbrook [6]; 6. 24-Ben Silliker, Sherwood Park, Alberta [4]; 7. (DNF) 19-Allan Downey, Hamilton [7]; (DNS) 01K Mikey Kruchka, Hamilton

Up Next: Saturday, October 1, 2022 – Humberstone Speedway – Port Colborne, Ontario

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Reutzel & Hafertepe Split STN Prelim “Twin 20” Honors!

Lonnie Wheatley, LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (September 30, 2022) – The Lone Star State stood strong in Little Rock on Friday night as Texas natives Aaron Reutzel and Sam Hafertepe, Jr., both raced to victory lane in the 35th Annual COMP Cams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tires preliminary “Twin 20’s” atop the high-banked, -mile I-30 Speedway clay oval.

Both drivers secured starting positions among the first three rows of Saturday night’s $15,041-to-win Short Track Nationals championship feature along with runner-up finishers Jason Martin and Seth Bergman. Another two drivers that accumulate the most points from Friday’s prelim action along with Saturday’s heat races will join those four in the Pack Dash for Cash that sets the front three rows of the 41-lap finale.

Eighty-four drivers, the most since the 2013 edition of the STN, took part in Friday’s Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour preliminary card that was split into Programs A and B based upon pill draw.

Program A

After a convincing victory in Thursday night’s 15th Annual Ralph Henson Memorial that was worth $5,646, it was more of the same in the first of Friday’s “Twin 20’s” with Aaron Reutzel racing to another dominating win.

The Clute, TX, native now residing in Knoxville, IA, gridded the feature outside the second row and made the move of the race on the opening circuit when he took the Ridge & Sons Racing Mobil 1/Folkens Brothers Trucking No. 8 Sprint Car to the topside of turns one and two to pull alongside front row starters Jason Martin and Mark Smith.

The trio raced down the backstretch in tight, three-wide-fashion with Reutzel riding the top line through three and four to take command.

He never looked back as he raced to first career STN prelim win and locked himself into his fifth career STN championship finale.

“My guys give me such a good car, I just hope we can do it one more time tomorrow night,” Reutzel commented in victory lane after his 16th overall feature win of the season.

A pair of cautions in the opening eight rounds, including one for third-running Mark Smith when he slowed to a stop, kept Reutzel clear of traffic until the final handful of laps.

Reutzel had little trouble working through a trio of battling cars and cruised on to victory lane unabated.

Railing the high side much of the way, Reutzel occasionally tested the waters on the low side as well.

“I felt like we had a comfortable enough lead that I could search around some and hopefully learn something that will make us better for tomorrow night,” Reutzel explained.

Liberal, Kansas, native Jason Martin tried to keep pace with Reutzel but to no avail and was under pressure from California’s Justin Sanders and Arizona’s Colton Hardy as he encountered the same trio of lapped cars in the closing laps.

Martin was up to the task as he held on to the runner-up slot to lock into his second career STN finale.

After starting eighth, Sanders worked his way into fifth in the opening pair of circuits and ultimately took third away from Hardy on the ninth round.

Fending off Hardy the rest of the way, Sanders set his sights on Martin only to fall short as Hardy crossed the stripe in fourth. Canada’s Dylan Westbrook rounded out the top five with Dylan Postier, two-time STN winner Tony Bruce, Jr., Jeremy Middleton, 19th-starter Garet Williamson and 17th-starter Matt Covington completed the top ten.

Reutzel established the standard in qualifying with a new track record of 11.812 seconds before Mark Smith, Middleton, Alex Sewell and Westbrook picked up wins in tumultuous heat race action. Covington and Chase Porter won the “B” Mains.

Program B

Sunnyvale, Texas’ Sam Hafertepe, Jr., established that he is once again a top contender for Saturday night’s lucrative payday by picking up his fifth career STN preliminary feature win in Friday’s second “Twin 20” main event.

The 2020 STN champion gunned into the lead from the front row outside and kept Seth Bergman and Ryan Timms at bay throughout the frantic, non-stop affair to secure the win aboard the Hills Racing Cigar Port/Truenorth.bet No. 15h, locking into his tenth career STN finale.

“We finished second last night, which was decent,” Hafertepe, Jr., commented. “We made a lot of changes for tonight and the car was a lot better.”

With Hafertepe, Jr., racing to the green flag from the front row outside, Snohomish, Washington native Bergman tried to repeat Reutzel’s move around the extreme topside of the track in turns one and two. But when pole starter Timms slid to the cushion in front of him, Bergman’s momentum was slowed to allow Hafertepe into the lead.

Bergman made his way into second in the next pair of corners as Timms slipped back another spot before finding the top line and reclaiming third by the fifth round.

Hafertepe, Jr., was pressured by Bergman throughout with Timms reeling in the lead duo to make a three-way chase for the point as traffic came into play on the ninth round.

Bergman made his big bid for the lead with a slider in turn four on the 15th round, only to bang off the cushion with Hafertepe countering back into the lead. Timms pounced on the slight Bergman miscue a half-lap later only to do a 360-degree loop in turn two.

With the lead trio a full straightaway ahead of the rest of the pack, Timms retained the third position but lost significant ground to the lead pair.

Hafertepe, Jr., held steady over the final rounds and took his sixth win of the year ahead of Bergman, who secured a position in his eighth career STN finale.

Timms settled for the show position with Tim Crawley crossing the stripe fourth in his final weekend of I-30 Speedway competition. Three-time and reigning STN champion Blake Hahn rounded out the top five as Wayne Johnson, Derek Hagar, Howard Moore, Joe B. Miller and Steven Russell completed the top ten.

Those ten were the only cars on the lead lap with all 19 cars that started making it to the checkered flag after scheduled third-starter Cody Gardner was forced pitside with mechanical gremlins before the race went green.

Hafertepe, Jr., bested the 42-car portion of Program B with a lap of 11.932 seconds in qualifying with Bergman, Moore, Crawley and Gardner posting heat race wins. Landon Crawley and Landon Britt topped the “B” Mains.

The 35th and final COMP Cams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tires to be contested at I-30 Speedway wraps up with Saturday night’s $15,041-to-win finale.

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I-30 Speedway - 35th Annual COMP Cams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tires

Friday Night Results:

PROGRAM A:

Qualifying:

Group One: 1. 8r-Aaron Reutzel 11.812, 2. 39-Justin Sanders 11.973, 3. 12h-Tony Bruce, Jr. 12.221, 4. 43m-Mark Smith 12.315, 5. 95-Matt Covington 12.325, 6. 0-Eric Baldaccini 12.433, 7. 74-Tucker Boulton 12.617, 8. 5L-Dusty Young 12.978, 9. 48-Wade Buttrey 13.207, 10. 27J-Joseph Poe, Jr. 13.409, 11. 132-Jamie Manley 13.861.

Group Two: 1. 24w-Garet Williamson 11.949, 2. 36-Jason Martin 12.270, 3. 67-Hayden Martin 12.343, 4. 15J-Jeremy Middleton 12.407, 5. 21x-Carson Short 12.415, 6. 91-Michael Day 12.482, 7. 85-Josh McCord 12.511, 8. 30-Joseph Miller 12.522, 9. 17b-Ryan Bickett 12.702, 10. 17a-Alex Lyles 12.948, 11. 37-Ayden Gatewood NT.

Group Three: 1. 41-Colton Hardy 11.986, 2. 2-Chase Porter 12.218, 3. 26-Marshall Skinner 12.369, 4. 17-Alex Sewell 12.429, 5. 99-Blake Jenkins 12.485, 6. 10p-Dylan Postier 12.487, 7. 99L-Lewis Jenkins, Jr. 12.803, 8. 73-Samuel Wagner 12.921, 9. 13m-Chance McCrary 13.330, 10. 38-Rick Pringle 13.385.

Group Four: 1. 47x-Dylan Westbrook 12.073, 2. 22s-Slater Helt 12.387, 3. 91a-Ernie Ainsworth 12.554, 4. 4x-Brad Bowden 12.639, 5. 21k-Kevin Hinkle 12.684, 6. 17J-Jerry Brey 12.727, 7. 13-Chase Howard 12.741, 8. 21-Spencer Meredith 13.058, 9. 44-Ronny Howard 13.060, 10. 69-Jamey Mooney 13.853.

Heat Races (Top 4 Transfer from each):

First Heat (8 Laps): 1. 43m-Mark Smith (1), 2. 8r-Aaron Reutzel (4), 3. 39-Justin Sanders (3), 4. 12h-Tony Bruce, Jr. (2), 5. 95-Matt Covington (5), 6. 0-Eric Baldaccini (6), 7. 74-Tucker Boulton (7), 8. 5L-Dusty Young (8), 9. 27J-Joseph Poe, Jr. (10), 10. 48-Wade Buttrey (9), 11. 132-Jamie Manley (11).

Second Heat (8 Laps): 1. 15J-Jeremy Middleton (1), 2. 36-Jason Martin (3), 3. 85-Josh McCord (7), 4. 21x-Carson Short (5), 5. 30-Joseph Miller (8), 6. 91-Michael Day (6), 7. 37-Ayden Gatewood (11), 8. 17b-Ryan Bickett (9), 9. 17a-Alex Lyles (10), 10. 24w-Garet Williamson (4), 11. 67-Hayden Martin (2).

Third Heat (8 Laps): 1. 17-Alex Sewell (1), 2. 10p-Dylan Postier (6), 3. 99L-Lewis Jenkins, Jr. (7), 4. 41-Colton Hardy (4), 5. 73-Samuel Wagner (8), 6. 26-Marshall Skinner (2), 7. 13m-Chance McCrary (9), 8. 38-Rick Pringle (10), 9. 2-Chase Porter (3), 10. 99-Blake Jenkins (5).

Fourth Heat (8 Laps): 1. 47x-Dylan Westbrook (4), 2. 91a-Ernie Ainsworth (2), 3. 4x-Brad Bowden (1), 4. 13-Chase Howard (7), 5. 22s-Slater Helt (3), 6. 17J-Jerry Brey (6), 7. 44-Ronny Howard (9), 8. 21-Spencer Meredith (8), 9. 69-Jamey Mooney (10), 10. 21k-Kevin Hinkle (5).

“B” Mains – Top 2 from Each Transfer to “A”:

“B” Feature One (12 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington (2), 2. 24w-Garet Williamson (1), 3. 26-Marshall Skinner (4), 4. 17b-Ryan Bickett (8), 5. 30-Joseph Miller (3), 6. 91-Michael Day (5), 7. 17a-Alex Lyles (10), 8. 67-Hayden Martin (13), 9. 21-Spencer Meredith (9), 10. 74-Tucker Boulton (6), 11. 69-Jamey Mooney (11), 12. 13m-Chance McCrary (7), 13. 21k-Kevin Hinkle (12).

“B” Feature Two (12 Laps): 1. 2-Chase Porter (1), 2. 22s-Slater Helt (2), 3. 17J-Jerry Brey (5), 4. 0-Eric Baldaccini (4), 5. 73-Samuel Wagner (3), 6. 5L-Dusty Young (8), 7. 37-Ayden Gatewood (7), 8. 44-Ronny Howard (6), 9. 99-Blake Jenkins (11), 10. 38-Rick Pringle (9), 11. 132-Jamie Manley (13), 12. 27J-Joseph Poe, Jr. (10), 13. 48-Wade Buttrey (12).

“A” Feature – Top 2 Lock-in to Saturday’s STN Championship Feature

A Feature (20 Laps – Starting position in parentheses): 1. 8r-Aaron Reutzel (1), 2. 36-Jason Martin (1), 3. 39-Justin Sanders (8), 4. 41-Colton Hardy (5), 5. 47x-Dylan Westbrook (7), 6. 10p-Dylan Postier (10), 7. 12h-Tony Bruce, Jr. (9), 8. 15J-Jeremy Middleton (6), 9. 24w-Garet Williamson (19), 10. 95-Matt Covington (17), 11. 21x-Carson Short (15), 12. 17-Alex Sewell (3), 13. 22s-Slater Helt (20), 14. 2-Chase Porter (18), 15. 4x-Brad Bowden (13), 16. 13-Chase Howard (16), 17. 99L-Lewis Jenkins, Jr. (14), 18. 85-Josh McCord (12), 19. 43m-Mark Smith (2), 20. 91a-Ernie Ainsworth (11).

Lap Leaders: Aaron Reutzel 1-20.

PROGRAM B:

Qualifying:

Group One: 1. 23-Seth Bergman 12.214, 2. 77-Jack Wagner 12.348, 3. 45x-Kyler Johnson 12.364, 4. 8m-Kade Morton 12.369, 5. 55b-Brandon Anderson 12.430, 6. 71-Bradyn Baker 12.487, 7. 91z-Zach Pringle 12.580, 8. 17F-Chad Frewaldt 12.630, 9. 72p-Gary Floyd 12.847, 10. 938-Bradley Fezard 13.005, 11. 21s-Kobe Simpson 13.363.

Group Two: 1. 5T-Ryan Timms 11.971, 2. 52-Blake Hahn 11.977, 3. 3-Howard Moore 12.221, 4. 22-Riley Goodno 12.226, 5. 187-Landon Crawley 12.236, 6. 10-Landon Britt 12.249, 7. 14-Jordon Mallett 12.407, 8. 97-Scotty Milan 12.655, 9. 1s-Joey Schmidt 12.721, 10. 6-Christopher Townsend 12.812, 11. 19-Jason Long 13.007.

Group Three: 1. 15h-Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 11.932, 2. 2c-Wayne Johnson 12.127, 3. 87-Tim Crawley 12.409, 4. 87J-Jace Park 12.412, 5. 9jr-Derek Hagar 14.481, 6. 55-Donnie Howard 12.802, 7. 10k-Dewayne White 13.149, 8. 2T-Todd Bradford 13.201, 9. 63-Chris Williams 13.262, 10. 93-Chris Sweeney 13.709.

Group Four: 1. 1jr-Steven Russell 12.268, 2. 51b-Joe B. Miller 12.320, 3. 47-Dale Howard 12.393, 4. G6-Cody Gardner 12.631, 5. 84-Brandon Hanks 12.695, 6. 21r-Gunner Ramey 12.717, 7. 24-Jeffrey West 12.784, 8. 29-Chad Jones 13.003, 9. 12m-Greg Merritt 13.066, 10. 16-Steven Howell 13.637.

Heat Races (Top 4 Transfer from each):

First Heat (8 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman (4), 2. 45x-Kyler Johnson (2), 3. 77-Jack Wagner (3), 4. 71-Bradyn Baker (6), 5. 21s-Kobe Simpson (11), 6. 8m-Kade Morton (1), 7. 17F-Chad Frewaldt (8), 8. 938-Bradley Fezard (10), 9. 72p-Gary Floyd (9), 10. 55b-Brandon Anderson (5), 11. 91z-Zach Pringle (DNS).

Second Heat (8 Laps): 1. 3-Howard Moore (2), 2. 5T-Ryan Timms (4), 3. 22-Riley Goodno (1), 4. 52-Blake Hahn (3), 5. 10-Landon Britt (6), 6. 187-Landon Crawley (5), 7. 14-Jordon Mallett (7), 8. 6-Christopher Townsend (10), 9. 1s-Joey Schmidt (9), 10. 97-Scotty Milan (8), 11. 19-Jason Long (11).

Third Heat (8 Laps): 1. 87-Tim Crawley (1), 2. 15h-Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (3), 3. 2c-Wayne Johnson (2), 4. 9jr-Derek Hagar (4), 5. 55-Donnie Howard (5), 6. 2T-Todd Bradford (7), 7. 93-Chris Sweeney (9), 8. 63-Chris Williams (8), 9. 10k-Dewayne White (6), 10. 87J-Jace Park (DNS).

Fourth Heat (8 Laps): 1. G6-Cody Gardner (1), 2. 47-Dale Howard (2), 3. 51b-Joe B. Miller (3), 4. 1jr-Steven Russell (4), 5. 84-Brandon Hanks (5), 6. 29-Chad Jones (8), 7. 21r-Gunner Ramey (6), 8. 24-Jeffrey West (7), 9. 12m-Greg Merritt (9), 10. 16-Steven Howell (10).

“B” Main – Top 4 Transfer to “A”:

First “B” Feature (12 Laps): 1. 187-Landon Crawley (1), 2. 14-Jordon Mallett (5), 3. 84-Brandon Hanks (2), 4. 21r-Gunner Ramey (6), 5. 29-Chad Jones (4), 6. 21s-Kobe Simpson (3), 7. 55b-Brandon Anderson (9), 8. 12m-Greg Merritt, 9. 1s-Joey Schmidt (7), 10. 938-Bradley Fezard (8), 11. 24-Jeffrey West (DNS), 12. 16-Steven Howell (DNS), 13. 19-Jason Long (DNS).

Second “B” Feature (12 Laps): 1. 10-Landon Britt (1), 2. 8m-Kade Morton (3), 3. 2T-Todd Bradford (2), 4. 97-Scotty Milan (11), 5. 6-Christopher Townsend (7), 6. 17F-Chad Frewaldt (5), 7. 93-Chris Sweeney (4), 8. 55-Donnie Howard (12), 9. 72p-Gary Floyd (9), 10. 63-Chris Williams (6), 11. 10k-Dewayne White (8), 12. 91z-Zach Pringle (10), 13. 87J-Jace Park (DNS).

“A” Feature – Top 2 Lock-in to Saturday’s STN Championship Feature

A Feature (20 Laps – Starting position in parentheses): 1. 15h-Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (2), 2. 23-Seth Bergman (4), 3. 5T-Ryan Timms (1), 4. 87-Tim Crawley (6), 5. 52-Blake Hahn (8), 6. 2c-Wayne Johnson (7), 7. 9jr-Derek Hagar (13), 8. 3-Howard Moore (3), 9. 51b-Joe B. Miller (11), 10. 1jr-Steven Russell (5), 11. 47-Dale Howard (9), 12. 14-Jordon Mallett (17), 13. 45x-Kyler Johnson (10), 14. 22-Riley Goodno (12), 15. 77-Jack Wagner (14), 16. 10-Landon Britt (18), 17. 187-Landon Crawley (15), 18. 71-Bradyn Baker (16), 19. 8m-Kade Morton (19), 20. G6-Cody Gardner (DNS).

Lap Leaders: Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 1-20.

 

 

Cannon McIntosh Cruises to SSMC Win with POWRi National & West Midget Leagues

Belleville, IL. (9/30/22) Cannon McIntosh would hold off the late-race dramatics in Night One of the Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex Fall Brawl to capture his seventeenth career victory with the Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget League with an impressive showing of determination in the intense thirty-lap feature.

Early Sweet Springs competition with the Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget League would see Chase McDermand start the quickest putting down an 11.505-second hot-lap as Daison Pursley, Cannon McIntosh, Dominic Gorden, and Chase McDermand would each earn heat racing wins as Xavier Doney would earn the semi-feature win.

Setting the field of competitors would find pole-starter and high-point qualifier Taylor Reimer battling front-row counterpart Daison Pursley into the first pair of corners on the opening lap with Reimer capturing the initial racing advantage as Dominic Gorden, Brenham Crouch, Gavan Boschele, and Bryant Weideman in hot pursuit inside the top-five during the opening laps.

Holding the front of the field for the first few laps of the event, Taylor Reimer would appear to be the fastest wheelman until a first-corner miscue would send her into the outside wall to bring out the caution and relinquish the lead to a speedy Dominic Gorden.

Keeping the point placement, Gorden would hold down first until the mid-point when Cannon McIntosh used a high-side maneuver to slingshot to the lead of the field with Gavan Boschele and Brenham Crouch following suit.

Maintaining the front of the field after the late-race restarts, Cannon McIntosh would not be denied with the Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget League to earn the feature victory to earn his eleventh victory of the season.

“This became a tricky track; I knew I had to almost use a diamond off of turn four but keep the momentum for the high-side in turns one and two. Gavan was really fast tonight so it was everything I could do to keep him behind me” stated the winning McIntosh in the Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex victory lane.

Staying close in the entire feature by using a low-line precision, Bryant Weideman would secure a solid showing of runner-up with Gavan Boschele completing the feature's final podium placement. One-time leader Dominic Gorden would show speed all event to finish fourth as Karter Sarff would drive past four other drivers to round out the Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget League top-five finishers at SSMC.

POWRi National Midget League | Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex | 9/30/22: Hoosier Racing Tire Fast Hot Lap Time: 40-Chase McDermand (11.505) Advanced Racing Suspensions Heat Race 1 Winner: 71-Daison Pursley Auto Meter Heat Race 2 Winner: 08-Cannon McIntosh Schure Built Suspensions Heat Race 3 Winner: 71K-Dominic Gorden AFCO Racing Heat Race 4 Winner: 40-Chase McDermand Max Papis Innovations Semi-Feature Winner: 97A-Xavier Doney MVT Services High Point Qualifier: 25K-Taylor Reimer Toyota Racing Development Hard Charger: 3-Jake Neuman(+16) Lucas Oil Feature Winner: 08-Cannon McIntosh

Lucas Oil A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 08-Cannon McIntosh[7]; 2. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[6]; 3. 5-Gavan Boschele[4]; 4. 71K-Dominic Gorden[3]; 5. 21K-Karter Sarff[9]; 6. 3-Jake Neuman[22]; 7. 71-Daison Pursley[2]; 8. 7U-Kyle Jones[12]; 9. 3C-Collin Mitchell[10]; 10. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[19]; 11. 11A-Andrew Felker[13]; 12. 25K-Taylor Reimer[1]; 13. 97K-Brent Crews[15]; 14. 7D-Michelle Decker[21]; 15. 17B-Austin Barnhill[20]; 16. 57-Maria Cofer[11]; 17. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[14]; 18. 97-Brenham Crouch[5]; 19. 97A-Xavier Doney[17]; 20. 15-Clinton Boyles[16]; 21. 89-Todd McVay[18]; 22. 40-Chase McDermand[8].

Max Papis Innovations B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 97A-Xavier Doney[1]; 2. 89-Todd McVay[2]; 3. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[4]; 4. 17B-Austin Barnhill[3]; 5. 7D-Michelle Decker[5]; 6. 3-Jake Neuman[9]; 7. 7-Shannon McQueen[14]; 8. 95-Chris Andrews[12]; 9. 16C-Devin Camfield[7]; 10. 6-Isaac Chapple[10]; 11. 51X-Joe Walker[8]; 12. 00-Talin Turner[13]; 13. 17C-Dalton Camfield[6]; 14. (DNS) 21-Emilio Hoover.

Advanced Racing Suspension Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 71-Daison Pursley[3]; 2. 57-Maria Cofer[1]; 3. 21K-Karter Sarff[5]; 4. 97A-Xavier Doney[4]; 5. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[7]; 6. 16C-Devin Camfield[2]; 7. 3-Jake Neuman[6]; 8. 95-Chris Andrews[8].

Auto Meter Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 08-Cannon McIntosh[1]; 2. 5-Gavan Boschele[4]; 3. 11A-Andrew Felker[2]; 4. 89-Todd McVay[3]; 5. 97K-Brent Crews[7]; 6. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[8]; 7. 6-Isaac Chapple[5]; 8. 7-Shannon McQueen[6].

Schure Built Suspension Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 71K-Dominic Gorden[2]; 2. 25K-Taylor Reimer[6]; 3. 7U-Kyle Jones[4]; 4. 3C-Collin Mitchell[7]; 5. 7D-Michelle Decker[3]; 6. 17C-Dalton Camfield[5]; 7. 00-Talin Turner[1]

AFCO Racing Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 40-Chase McDermand[1]; 2. 97-Brenham Crouch[4]; 3. 01-Bryant Wiedeman[6]; 4. 17B-Austin Barnhill[3]; 5. 15-Clinton Boyles[7]; 6. 51X-Joe Walker[2]; 7. 21-Emilio Hoover[5].

Next up for the Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget League will be return action to Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex for Night Two of the Annual Fall Brawl weekend event on Saturday, October 1st.

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Reutzel Romps to Henson Memorial Triumph at I-30 Speedway!

Lonnie Wheatley, LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (September 29, 2022) – Aaron Reutzel kicked off the final Short Track Nationals weekend at I-30 Speedway by racing to victory lane in Thursday night’s 25-lap “15th Annual Ralph Henson Memorial” event atop the high-banked, -mile clay oval.

Reutzel outlasted fellow front row starter Wayne Johnson in the opening circuits and then raced on to a convincing $5,646 victory aboard the Ridge & Sons Racing Mobil 1/Folkens Brothers Trucking No. 8 Sprint Car in the ASCS Mid-South season finale.

“We’ve still got a few things to clean up to have a chance to win on Saturday night,” the Clute, TX, native commented in victory lane. “It does feel really good to get at least one more win at one of my favorite tracks to race at, hopefully we can get at least one more this weekend.”

Reutzel gridded the field from the front row outside and gunned into a commanding lead over pole starter Johnson on the original start only to have it negated when the red flag flew for a backstretch double-tumble involving California’s Justin Sanders and Pennsylvania’s Mark Smith.

Johnson got the better of Reutzel on the second start only to have Reutzel slide back into the lead in turns three and four on the opening lap. Johnson slid back around Reutzel in the next pair of corners only to have Reutzel counter the move again a half-lap later.

Reutzel fought off Johnson for several rounds and began to extend his lead when he reached traffic after just seven laps.

Reutzel worked through traffic in the ensuing rounds, riding a treacherous cushion as Sam Hafertepe, Jr., made his way past Johnson for second on the 15th round before a caution flew for Michael Day’s stalled mount in turn two.

With three lapped cars separating himself from Hafertepe, Jr., and Johnson on the restart, Reutzel stretched out a near straightaway lead by the time Hafertepe, Jr., finally navigated his way through traffic and held the advantage to the stripe.

“That cushion was wild, it was pretty tricky,” Reutzel said afterward.

Hafertepe, Jr., the 2020 Short Track Nationals champion, held the runner-up position the rest of the way while Jordon Mallett slipped past the dicing Oklahoma City duo of Johnson and Ryan Timms in the final corner to snare the final podium position as the trio crossed the stripe in three-wide formation.

Johnson settled for fourth, while Timms’ run from 13th nearly netted third before losing two positions in the final corner to cross the line in fifth. Timms wasted little time working forward from the seventh row, moving into fourth by the tenth circuit and spent the rest of the way battling with Mallett and then Johnson.

Derek Hagar finished sixth to secure not only the ASCS Mid-South Region championship but the I-30 Speedway track title as well that secures a provisional starting position in Saturday’ 35th Annual COMP Cams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tires finale if needed.

“It’s nice to know I have a guaranteed spot, but I’m hoping we can race our way to a better starting position,” Hagar explained.

Brad Bowden claimed seventh with Garet Williamson earning a $200 Hard Charger bonus by racing from 18th to eighth. Kyler Johnson was ninth with Dylan Westbrook the final car on the lead lap in 20th.

Smith and Sanders shared Hard Luck honors for the night.

With 74 cars filling the pit area, Chad Jones, Day, Mallett, Ryan Bickett, Jace Park, Kyler Johnson, Wayne Johnson and Bowden topped heat race action with Timms, Westbrook, Moore and Tim Crawley winning “B” Mains.

“B” Main action was marred by several flips including a wild ride off the top of turn two by Indiana’s Tylar Rankin as well as tumbles by Cody Gardner and Ronny Howard. There were no reported injuries.

Thursday’s card set the stage for the $15,041-to-win 35th Annual COMP Cams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tires that takes place at I-30 Speedway on Friday and Saturday.

ASCS Mid-South Region Sprint Cars

I-30 Speedway – Little Rock, AR

15th Annual Ralph Henson Memorial

Heat Races (Eight Heat Winners Plus Top Four in Passing Points Lock into “A” Main; Balance to Four “B” Mains):

First Heat (8 Laps): 1. 29-Chad Jones (1), 2. 10-Landon Britt (2), 3. 23-Seth Bergman (3), 4. G6-Cody Gardner (6), 5. 2-Chase Porter (5), 6. 39-Justin Sanders (8), 7. 2T-Todd Bradford (7), 8. 5L-Dusty Young (9), 9. 17F-Chad Frewaldt (10), 10. 72p-Gary Floyd (4).

Second Heat (8 Laps): 1. 91-Michael Day (2), 2. 22-Riley Goodno (4), 3. 8r-Aaron Reutzel (7), 4. 55b-Brandon Anderson (6), 5. 5T-Ryan Timms (8), 6. 16-Steven Howell (3), 7. 42p-Preston Perlmutter (9), 8. 38-Rick Pringle (5), 9. 85-Josh McCord (10), 10. 132-Jamie Manley (1).

Third Heat (8 Laps): 1. 14-Jordon Mallett (2), 2. 52-Blake Hahn (4), 3. 74-Tucker Boulton (1), 4. 95-Matt Covington (8), 5. 99L-Lewis Jenkins, Jr. (3), 6. 43m-Mark Smith (9), 7. 44-Ronny Howard (6), 8. 8m-Kade Morton (7), 9. 938-Bradley Fezard (5).

Fourth Heat (8 Laps): 1. 17b-Ryan Bickett (1), 2. 15h-Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (6), 3. 10p-Dylan Postier (2), 4. 16c-Tylar Rankin (5), 5. 77-Jack Wagner (5), 6. 22s-Slater Helt (7), 7. 91z-Zach Pringle (9), 8. 1k-Dewayne White (3), 9. 13-Chase Howard (8).

Fifth Heat (8 Laps): 1. 87J-Jace Park (2), 2. 41-Colton Hardy (3), 3. 24-Jeffrey West (1), 4. 12m-Greg Merritt (4), 5. 1s-Joey Schmidt (6), 6. 19-Jason Long (5), 7. 97-Scotty Milan (7), 8. 21k-Kevin Hinkle (8), 9. 21r-Gunner Ramey (DNS).

Sixth Heat (8 Laps): 1. 45x-Kyler Johnson (2), 2. 24w-Garet Williamson (3), 3. 47x-Dylan Westbrook (6), 4. 12h-Tony Bruce, Jr. (4), 5. 26-Marshall Skinner (1), 6. 30-Joseph Miller (5), 7. 99-Blake Jenkins (8), 8. 73-Daniel Wagner (9), 9. 71-Bradyn Baker (7).

Seventh Heat (8 Laps): 1. 2c-Wayne Johnson (3), 2. 9jr-Derek Hagar (5), 3. 1jr-Steven Russell (1), 4. 87-Tim Crawley (7), 5. 36-Jason Martin (4), 6. 91a-Ernie Ainsworth (9), 7. 17a-Alex Lyles (2), 8. 13m-Chance McCrary (8), 9. 48-Wade Buttrey (6).

Eighth Heat (8 Laps): 1. 4x-Brad Bowden (2), 2. 47-Dale Howard (3), 3. 3-Howard Moore (6), 4. 67-Hayden Martin (1), 5. 51b-Joe B. Miller (9), 6. 187-Landon Crawley (8), 7. 84-Brandon Hanks (5), 8. 15J-Jeremy Middleton (7), 9. 27J-Joseph Poe, Jr. (4).

“B” Mains – Top 2 from Each Transfer to “A” Main:

First “B” Feature (12 Laps): 1. 5T-Ryan Timms (4), 2. 39-Justin Sanders (7), 3. 77-Jack Wagner (8), 4. 52-Blake Hahn (1), 5. 41-Colton Hardy (2), 6. 10-Landon Britt (3), 7. 8m-Kade Morton (13), 8. 97-Scotty Milan (11), 9. 48-Wade Buttrey (15), 10. 132-Jamie Manley (16), 11. 84-Brandon Hanks (12), 12. 30-Joseph Miller (10), 13. 91a-Ernie Ainsworth (6), 14. 38-Rick Pringle (14), 15. 74-Tucker Boulton (5), 16. 42p-Preston Perlmutter (9).

Second “B” Feature (12 Laps): 1. 47x-Dylan Westbrook (1), 2. 24w-Garet Williamson (2), 3. 51b-Joe B. Miller (3), 4. 24-Jeffrey West (5), 5. 36-Jason Martin (6), 6. 187-Landon Crawley (7), 7. 91z-Zach Pringle (9), 8. 99-Blake Jenkins (8), 9. 15J-Jeremy Middleton (13), 10. 12m-Greg Merritt (4), 11. 938-Bradley Fezard (15), 12. 21k-Kevin Hinkle (10), 13. 44-Ronny Howard (13), 14. 10k-Dewayne White (12), 15. 21r-Gunner Ramey (14), 16. 23-Seth Bergman (DNS).

Third “B” Feature (12 Laps): 1. 3-Howard Moore (1), 2. 47-Dale Howard (2), 3. 1jr-Steven Russell (5), 4. 10p-Dylan Postier (4), 5. 26-Marshall Skinner (7), 6. 17F-Chad Frewaldt (11), 7. 13m-Chance McCrary (12), 8. 12h-Tony Bruce, Jr. (6), 9. 5L-Dusty Young (9), 10. 13-Chase Howard (14), 11. 16-Steven Howell (10), 12. 27J-Joseph Poe, Jr. (13), 13. 22s-Slater Helt (8), 14. G6-Cody Gardner (3), 15. 67-Hayden Martin (DNS).

Fourth “B” Feature (12 Laps): 1. 87-Tim Crawley (2), 2. 43m-Mark Smith (5), 3. 2-Chase Porter (7), 4. 71-Bradyn Baker (14), 5. 2T-Todd Bradford (10), 6. 73-Samuel Wagner (11), 7. 17a-Alex Lyles (12), 8. 19-Jason Long (9), 9. 99L-Lewis Jenkins, Jr. (8), 10. 95-Matt Covington (1), 11. 55b-Brandon Anderson (3), 12. 85-Josh McCord (13), 13. 16c-Tylar Rankin (4), 14. 1s-Joey Schmidt (6), 15. 72p-Gary Floyd (DNS).

“A” Feature:

A Feature (25 Laps – Starting position in parentheses): 1. 8r-Aaron Reutzel (2), 2. 15h-Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (3), 3. 14-Jordon Mallett (6), 4. 2c-Wayne Johnson (1), 5. 5T-Ryan Timms (13), 6. 9jr-Derek Hagar (4), 7. 4x-Brad Bowden (9), 8. 24w-Garet Williamson (18), 9. 45x-Kyler Johnson (7), 10. 47x-Dylan Westbrook (14), 11. 22-Riley Goodno (10), 12. 29-Chad Jones (11), 13. 87J-Jace Park (8), 14. 17b-Ryan Bickett (12), 15. 91-Michael Day (5), 16. 47-Dale Howard (19), 17. 87-Tim Crawley (16), 18. 3-Howard Moore (15), 19. 39-Justin Sanders (17), 20. 43m-Mark Smith (20).

Lap Leaders: Aaron Reutzel 1-25.

 

 

Garet Williamson Wrangles Sprint Invaders Feature at Quincy; Cody Wehrle is Series Champ!

(Bill W) Quincy, IL, September 25, 2022 – Garet Williamson emerged victorious on a tricky track Sunday night at Adams County Illinois Speedway in Quincy. The Kingdom City, Missouri driver had to pass one of the hottest drivers in the series, but held on to win the $2,000 top prize. It was Williamson’s second career win with the Sprint Invaders, and first at Quincy.

Cody Wehrle nailed down the driver point championship for the series. Wehrle competed with a 305 under the hood loaned from Roger Grant to maintain his title. His first came in 2018. Scott Bonar, owner of the #50 piloted by Paul Nienhiser won the owner championship.

Williamson led the 25-lap main event at the outset, over Chris Martin and Paul Nienhiser. Nienhiser rode by Martin on lap two to take second. Three laps in, Chase Richards came to a stop to bring caution. On the restart, Nienhiser used the low side of turn four to take second, while Chase Randall claimed fourth from Austin Archdale.

Two laps later, Riley Goodno flipped over the tall cushion in turn three. He was uninjured. Randall used the restart to ride the cushion around Martin for second. He then did the same to Williamson to take the lead, before Richards stopped again, this time in turn four. Randall led Williamson, Martin, Nienhiser and Archdale back to green. Nienhiser used the high side to pass Martin for third, when the green fell again.

On lap ten, Williamson shot a slide job in front of Randall to reclaim the lead before Steven Russell spun on lap 12. Randall and Nieniser battled hard for second, which gave Williamson the time and space to build his lead. Nienhiser would grab second for good with ten to go.

Zach Daum was also on the move after starting in row five. He passed Martin for fourth with ten to go, and a lap later drove under Randall for third. With five to go, Cam Martin flipped over turn three to bring another red. He was unhurt. On the restart, Archdale, spun eliminating a great sixth place run for him. Randall and Daum would trade second again in the closing laps, but Chris Martin was coming too, and passed Randall late for fourth.

Williamson cruised to the win ahead of Daum, Nienhiser, Chris Martin and Randall. Monty Ferriera, Jamie Ball, Bret Tripplett, Colton Fisher and Cody Wehrle completed the top ten. Williamson, Nienhiser and Randall won heats. Nienhiser won the Shake-up Dash, and Steven Russell took the B.

“They tried to wear us out on those restarts,” said Williamson in Victory Lane. “This has been a tiring year. We’ve had the ups and downs. This is one bad ass racetrack. This is a little gem. This is a lot of fun. I had no idea what to do (where to run on the track). Chase got by me and I thought it was over. I yanked the wing back, threw a slider, and it stuck. After that, I knew it would be won on the top. I knew I couldn’t make a mistake, and if I made a mistake I knew it would be over.”

“I could run the bottom to the middle in one and two and I just had to run the top in three and four,” said Daum. “When I got by Randall a little bit there, I noticed he was trying to peek on the bottom. I thought we could still get by and keep our momentum up. On the one restart, Randall got back by me, so I slid him back and kind of went back to my old game plan. I knew we may have something for Nienhiser there if we got two clean laps. I got the start right and got into position to get around him. Luckily, we did that.

“Quincy had it dialed in tonight,” said Nienhiser of the track. “It was about how I remembered it five or ten years ago…top, bottom, middle and guys were throwing slide jobs. When the track cleans off like that, you can really put a race on for the fans. We went back to maybe fifth, and then we were sniffing for the lead, and ultimately, ended up third. I think maybe we could have had a shot at Great with some lapped traffic to make something happen. Congrats to him. This has been a fun series to run with this year, and fun getting to know some of the new drivers. I’m happy for Scott to win the owner’s title. I kind of wish I would have run the whole season, or we would have had a good run at the driver thing too.

“It was a very good season for 95% of it,” said Wehrle of his driver’s championship. “We were consistent and had a lot of good runs. Our luck caught up with us Saturday at Burlington. We got lucky at East Moline when we did a 360 spin and collected JJ Hickle. Things came full circle in Burlington. I have to thank Roger Grant for allowing us to bring his 305 car tonight. That was basically a season saver for us.”

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Sprint Invaders Results

Howard Law A main (started), 25 laps: 1. 24, Garet Williamson, Kingdom City, MO (1) 2. 50, Paul Nienhiser, Chapin, IL (4) 3. 5D, Zach Daum, Pocahontas, IL (9) 4. 44, Chris Martin, Ankeny, IA (2) 5. 9, Chase Randall, Waco, TX (5) 6. 45, Monty Ferriera, Lincoln, NE (11) 7. 35, Jamie Ball, Knoxville, IA (8) 8. 99, Bret Tripplett, Lincoln, IL (19) 9. 11, Colton Fisher, Mediapolis, IA (16) 10. 40, Cody Wehrle, Burlington, IA (7) 11. 0, Jake Griffin, Quincy, IL (10) 12. 81, Tanner Gebhardt, Burlington, IA (13) 13. 22s, Slater Helt, Harrisonville, MO (15) 14. 78, Dugan Thye, Burlington, IA (18) 15. 21, Devin Wignall, Altoona, IA (14) 16. JR1, Steven Russell, Russellville, MO (17) 17. 2A, Austin Archdale, Brimfield, IL (3) 18. 4, Cam Martin, Ankeny, IA (20) 19. 4x, Chase Richards, Burlington, IA (12) 20. 22, Riley Goodno, Knoxville, IA (6). Lap Leaders: Williamson 1-7, Randall 8-9, Williamson 10-25. $75 Christine Wahl-Levitt/KSE Hard-charger: Tripplett. $50 CenPeCo Mystery Spot: Cam Martin.

Randall’s Performance Heat one (started), 8 laps: 1. Garet Williamson (1) 2. Chris Martin (4) 3. Riley Goodno (8) 4. Jake Griffin (6) 5. Colton Fisher (5) 6. Tanner Gebhardt (9) 7. 31, McCain Richards, Burlington, IA (3) 8. 5A, Alex Vande Voort, Knoxville, IA (7) 9. 28, Luke Verardi, Taylorville, IL (2)

Joshua Denning & Associates Heat two (started), 8 laps: 1. Paul Nienhiser (5) 2. Austin Archdale (6) 3. Chase Richards (1) 4. Jamie Ball (7) 5. Monty Ferriera (8) 6. Dugan Thye (4) 7. 02s, Josh Jones, Knoxville, IA (2) 8. 7, Tyler Lee, Cedar Rapids, IA (3)

Mohrfeld Solar Heat three (started), 8 laps: 1. Chase Randall (2) 2. Zach Daum (1) 3. Cody Wehrle (6) 4. Devin Wignall (3) 5. Steven Russell (4) 6. Slater Helt (8) 7. Bret Tripplett (7) 8. Cam Martin (5)

B main (started), 12 laps: 1. Steven Russell (1) 2. Dugan Thye (2) 3. Bret Tripplett (3) 4. Cam Martin (6) / 5. Tyler Lee (8) 6. Luke Verardi (7) 7. Josh Jones (5) 8. McCain Richards (4) DNS – Alex Vande Voort

Shottenkirk Automotive Shake-up Dash (started), 6 laps: 1. Paul Nienhiser (1) 2. Chase Randall (4) 3. Riley Goodno (3) 4. Garet Williamson (6) 5. Chris Martin (5) 6. Austin Archdale (2)

Reid’s Landscaping & Turf $50 Draw Award: None

Contingencies

DMI: Colton Fisher

Saldana: Tanner Gebhardt

BMRS High Point Driver: Paul Nienhiser

Trophy Sponsor: Campbell’s Body Shop & Towing

 

 

Neuman, Schmidt, Zielski, Heinert claimPlymouth Wisconsin Sprint Car Championships A-main triumphs

Arenz secures second PDTR-MSA 360 Sprint Car title

(PEDAL DOWN PROMOTIONS) September 24, 2022 – Sprint Cars reigned supreme as a healthy contingent of open-wheel racers and teams converged on The Plymouth Dirt Track at the Sheboygan County Fairgrounds in Plymouth, Wis. for the fifth annual Wisconsin Sprint Car Championships to cap off the 2022 racing season at the venerable third-mile clay speed plant on Saturday, Sept. 24.

Jake Neuman of New Berlin, Ill. secured the 2022 Bumper to Bumper Interstate Racing Association 410 Sprint Car Series Rookie of the Year Award by nailing down his first career IRA A-main victory in flag-to-flag fashion in the 30-lap headliner.

In the 25-lap Kristine Hartmann Pleasantview Realty Plymouth Dirt Track Racing-Midwest Sprint Car Association 360 Sprint Car A main, 2022 PDTR and MSA champion Ben Schmidt of Plymouth used a late pass to notch his second main event triumph of the 2022 campaign. Ryan Zielski of Oconomowoc claimed the victory in the 20-lap Wisconsin wingless Sprint Car A-main event, while Mark Heinert of Oak Creek was victorious in the 20-lap Interstate Racing Association Lightning Sprints A main.

Jordan Goldesberry of Springfield, Ill. secured his first career Bumper to Bumper Interstate Racing Association 410 Sprint Car Series championship.

Travis Arenz of Sheboygan Falls wrapped up his second straight double championship season in both the Plymouth Dirt Track Racing and Midwest Sprint Car Association 360 Sprint Car divisions.

Clayton Rossmann of Wadsworth, Ill. and Tim Cox of Park City, Ill. were named 2022 Wisconsin wingLESS Sprint Car Series co-champion, after finishing in a tie for first place in the final point standings.

Mike Neau of Pleasant Prairie completed a championship season in the Interstate Racing Association Lightning Sprints division.

In the 30-lap IRA 410 Sprint Car Series main event, Jake Neuman outpowered polesitter Josh Schneiderman of West Burlington, Iowa to grab the initial lead along the high groove of the lightning fast, hammer-down track surface.

On lap five, Neuman caught the back of the field with Schneiderman chasing in second and fifth-starting Danny Schlafer of Sussex in third. As the leaders wound their way through dense lapped traffic, Schneiderman began to chip away at the lead gap to close in on Neuman.

The lone caution flag flew on lap 16 when Jordan Paulsen of Trevor stopped near the turn one wall. When the race resumed, Neuman again maintained control of the lead, while Scotty Thiel of Sheboygan, who started ninth, worked his way past visiting Port Royal, Pa. driver Dylan Cisney into fourth.

With time running out as the laps clicked off, Schneiderman mounted one final charge to briefly pull even with Neuman in turn two on lap 29. However, Neuman fended off Schneiderman’s advances en route to his first career IRA 410 A-main victory.

“It’s awesome to get a win here tonight,” Neuman said in victory lane. “We were close to getting our first IRA win earlier this year here, but [Bill] Balog got us and he’s tough to beat here. It was a great year earning the IRA Rookie of the Year Award. We will see what we can do for next year.”

Schneiderman placed second, Schlafer finished third, Thiel was fourth and Cisney, who started eighth, rounded out the top five.

The 25-lap PDTR-MSA 360 Sprint Car A main got off to a rocky start when a red flag appeared on lap one when Katelyn Krebsbach of Cascade flipped hard along the front stretch.

Following a complete restart, two-time PDTR and four-time MSA 360 Sprint Car champ Brandon McMullen of Oshkosh, who started second, bolted past polesitter Shane Wenninger of Kewaskum to take the lead on the opening lap.

By lap five, McMullen caught the rear of the field with Wenninger in pursuit and 2021 PDTR and MSA champion Travis Arenz of Sheboygan Falls following in third, after starting fourth.

The caution was displayed on lap 8 when Brandon Berth of Cascade stopped in turn one. On the restart, Ben Schmidt powered in from his sixth starting spot to bolt past Arenz into third.

Schmidt then reeled in Wenninger to take over second on lap 22 just before the red flag appeared on lap 22 from a flip involving Brandon Berth in turn three. Another caution flag was displayed when Anthony Knierim of Caledonia stopped along the back stretch on the ensuing restart.

Following a single-file restart, Schmidt moved to steal the lead away from McMullen with a well-executed low move in turn three on lap 24. Schmidt then held on to wrap up his 15th career PDTR 360 Sprint Car A-main victory, 32nd career Midwest Sprint Car Association triumph and second 360 Sprint Car A-main victory of the 2022 season.

Schmidt, who came into the night trailing Travis Arenz by 19 points in the PDTR 360 Sprint Car title chase, stated in victory lane that he went into the final A main of the season with a winning mindset.

“We really had nothing to lose tonight, so that was kind of my approach sitting second in points with one night left,” Schmidt said. “Running second to Travis [Arenz] two races in a row at Dodge County frustrated me a bit, so that also lit a fire under me. This race was kind of a replay of opening night with Brandon [McMullen] and I going for the lead in turn three. That incident on opening night proved to be the difference in the points race as I had my only DNF [did not finish] of the season that night. It was almost exactly the same tonight, but I made it through and made the pass this time and it feels great to end the season in victory lane.”

Polesitter Rusty Egan of Round Lake Heights, Ill. jumped into the lead on the drop of the green flag of the 20-lap Wisconsin wingLESS Sprint Car Series A main with third starter Ryan Zielski following in second and outside front row starter Allen Hafford of Beach Park, Ill. in third.

On lap 10, Egan caught the back of the field, which allowed Zielski to close in on the lead. Zielski moved in to challenge the low riding Egan along the high line of fast and tacky track surface on lap 18 before sweeping into the lead in turn one on lap 19 in dense lapped traffic.

The first of two caution flags appeared for a two-car incident involving the third-place car of Ryan Marshall of Kansasville and Trinity Uttech of New Berlin in turn four on lap 19 and another caution flag was displayed for the stalled car of Dennis Spitz of Lewisburg, Ky. along the back stretch on the restart.

When the race resumed, Zielski pulled away from Egan en route to the victory.Egan finished second, newly crowned 2022 Wisconsin wingLESS Series co-champion Clayton Rossman of Wadsworth, Ill., who started fifth, placed third, Hafford wound up fourth and ninth starter Chris Klemko of Bristol placed fifth.

After starting third, Mark Heinert used a big push on the start to take the lead on the opening lap of the 20-lap IRA Lightning Sprints A main.

The yellow flag appeared on lap 3 when Jordan Funderburk of Wadsworth, Ill. stopped along the front stretch. Heinert again controlled the restart and extended his lead at the front of the field before a red flag was displayed on lap 19 when Shawn Steinpas of Brookfield flipped exiting turn four.

Newly crowned 2022 IRA Lightning Sprints champion Mike Neau of Pleasant Prairie, who started fifth, bolted in to challenge Heinert for the top spot on lap 19. However, Heinert held strong on the ensuing restart en route to the victory.

Neu placed second, Derek Fortier of Pleasant Prairie took third after starting fourth, sixth starter John Kirk of Johnsburg, Ill was fourth and 11th starter Tim Brannam of Holiday Hills, Ill.

Dylan Cisney was the IRA 410 Sprint Car Series fast qualifier with a lap of 11.240 seconds.

Ben Schmidt earned PDTR 360 Sprint Car overall fast qualifier honors with a lap of 12.200 seconds.

John Kirk was the fastest IRA Lightning Sprints driver in group qualifying with a fast lap of 13.383 seconds.

Derek Crane of Racine won the 12-lap Wisconsin wingLESS Sprint Cars B main. The 14th official and 13th full PDTR racing program of the 2022 season, which was sponsored by JosFO Electric, drew a total of 97 cars, including 24 IRA 410 Sprint Cars and 24 PDTR-MSA 360 Sprint Cars, 32 Wisconsin wingLESS Sprint Cars and 17 IRA Lightning Sprints.

The 2022 book “Racing Recollections – Plymouth Racetrack Fans & Drivers 1950-2021” by Dennis Darovich of Sheboygan, George Baumann of Waupun and Verla Peichl of Sheboygan Falls, as well as the 2021 book “70 Years of Plymouth Dirt Track Racing” by Dennis Darovich and George Baumann, remain available for purchase at the Sheboygan County Fair office at the Sheboygan County Fairgrounds in Plymouth, Wis. during regular business hours throughout the off season and online at www.amazon.com and www.barnesandnoble.com.

The Plymouth Dirt Track at the Sheboygan County Fairgrounds is located at 229 Fairview Drive in Plymouth, Wis. For more information, visit www.plymouthdtr.com or check out Plymouth Dirt Track Racing on Facebook.

BUMPER TO BUMPER INTERSTATE RACING ASSOCIATION 410 SPRINT CARS

QUALIFYING 1, Dylan Cisney 11.240 2, Scotty Thiel 11.310 3, Scotty Neitzel 11.357 4, Shelby Bosie 11.466 5, 11.466 6, Danny Schlafer 11.491 6, Danny Schlafer 11.491 7, Dave Uttech 11.496 8, Jordan Goldesberry 11.519 9, Tyler Tischendorf 11.537 10, Steve Meyer 11.568 11, Austin Hartmann 11.718 12, Josh Schneiderman 11.727 13, Jeremy Schultz 11.732 14, Jake Neuman 11.776 15, Kyle Schuett 11.783 16, Preston Ruh 11.859 17, James Broty 11.874 18, Scott Conger 12.029 19, Jett Mann 12.048 20, Blake Nimee 12.051 21, Kris Spitz 12.090 22, Zach Hansen 12.363 23, Jordan Paulsen 12.417 24, Dylan Winkel 12.508.

HEAT 1 1, Steve Meyer 2, Dave Uttech 3, Shelby Bosie 4, Dylan Cisney 5, Preston Ruh 6, Zach Hansen 7, Jett Mann 8, Jeremy Schultz.

HEAT 2 1, Scotty Thiel 2, Jake Neuman 3, James Broty 4, Blake Nimee 5, Jordan Paulsen 6, Jordan Goldesberry 7, Russel Borland 8, Austin Hartmann.

HEAT 3 1, Josh Schneiderman 2, Danny Schlafer 3, Tyler Tischendorf 4, Scotty Thiel 5, Kyle Schuett 6, Kris Spitz 7, Dylan Winkel 8, Scott Conger.

DASH 1 1, Josh Schneiderman 2, Shelby Bosie 3, Danny Schlafer 4, Tyler Tischendorf 5, Scotty Thiel.

DASH 2 1, Jake Neuman 2, Dave Uttech 3, Scotty Neitzel 4, Dylan Cisney 5, Steve Meyer.

A MAIN 1, Jake Neuman 2, Josh Schneiderman 3, Danny Schlafer 4, Scotty Thiel 5, Dylan Cisney 6, Scotty Neitzel 7, Shelby Bosie 8, Jeremy Schultz 9, Blake Nimee 10, Steve Meyer 11, James Broty 12, Tyler Tischendorf 13, Jordan Goldesberry 14, Kyle Schuett 15, Preston Ruh 16, Dave Uttech 17, Kris Spitz 18, Russel Borland 19, Austin Hartmann 20, Dylan Winkel 21, Jordan Paulsen 22, Zach Hansen 23, Scott Conger 24, Jett Mann.

KRISTINE HARTMANN PLEASANT VIEW REALTY 360 SPRINT CARS

QUALIFYING 1, Ben Schmidt 12.200 2, Lance Fassbender 12.216 3, Anthony Knierim 12.344 4, Shane Wenninger 12.384 5, Katelyn Krebsbach 12.397 6, Brandon McMullen 12.424 7, Travis Arenz 12.494 8, Brandon Berth 12.500 9, Justin Erickson 12.518 10, Tony Wondra 12.548 11, Tyler Davis 12.594 12, Chris Larson 12.606 13, Blake Wondra 12.621 14, Will Gerrits 12.623 15, Tim Haddy 12.665 16, J.J. Pagel 12.716 17, Bill Taylor 12.734 18, Doug Wondra 12.835 19, Nick Daywalt 12.89620, Justin Miller 12.902 21, Chris Clayton 12.911 22, Kevin Seidler 13.163 23, Alex Pokorski 13.17924, Randy Post 13.328.

HEAT 1 1, Travis Arenz 2, Katelyn Krebsbach 3, Shane Wenninger 4, Lance Fassbender 5, Tyler Davis 6, Bill Taylor 7, Tim Haddy 8, Kevin Seidler.

HEAT 2 1, Brandon Berth 2, Anthony Knierim 3, Brandon McMullen 4, Chris Larson 5, Justin Miller 6, Nick Daywalt 7, Alex Pokorski 8, Chris Clayton.

HEAT 3 1, Tony Wondra 2, Ben Schmidt 3, Blake Wondra 4, Justin Erickson 5, Will Gerrits 6, J.J. Pagel 7, Doug Wondra 8, Randy Post.

A MAIN 1, Ben Schmidt 2, Brandon McMullen 3, Shane Wenninger 4, Travis Arenz 5, Blake Wondra 6, Lance Fassbender 7, Tony Wondra 8, Will Gerrits 9, Tyler Davis 10, Doug Wondra 11, Alex Pokorski 12, Bill Taylor 13, Chris Larson 14, Nick Daywalt 15, Chris Clayton 16, J.J. Pagel 17, Kevin Seidler 18, Anthony Knierim 19, Justin Miller 20, Justin Erickson 21, Brandon Berth 22, Tim Haddy 23, Randy Post 24, Katelyn Krebsbach.

WISCONSIN WINGLESS SPRINT CARS

QUALIFIER 1 1, Eric Wilke 2, Bryce Andrews 3, C.J. Maleug 4, Greg Alt 5, Jake Kouba 6, William Huck 7, Craig Lager 8, Natalie Klemko 9, Jason Young 10, Tom Eller 11, Mike Burba.

QUALIFIER 2 1, Ralph Johnson 2, Dennis Spitz 3, Josh Davidson 4, Dave Wallace 5, Trinity Uttech 6, Derek Crane 7, Ellie Hensley 8, Seth Johnson 9, Tom Brown 10, Tyler Davis. 11, Preston Ruh.

B MAIN 1, Derek Crane 2, William Huck 3, Ellie Hensley 4, Craig Lager 5, Jason Young 6, Preston Ruh 7, Mike Burba 8, Seth Johnson 9, Tom Eller 10, Tom Brown 11, Natalie Klemko 12, Tyler Davis

A MAIN 1, Ryan Zielski 2, Rusty Egan 3, Clayton Rossmann 4, Allen Hafford 5, Chris Klemko 6, Tim Cox 7, Eric Wilke 8, Derek Crane 9, John Fahl 10, Jake Kouba 11, C.J. Malueg 12, Greg Alt 13, Bryce Andrews 14, Mike Sullivan 15, Ellie Hensley 16, Ralph Johnson 17, Trinity Uttech 18, Dave Wallace 19, Craig Lager 20, William Huck 21, Josh Davidson 22, Jimmy Sivia 23, Ryan Marshall 24, Dennis Spitz.

INTERSTATE RACING ASSOCIATION LIGHTNING SPRINTS

QUALIFYING 1, John Kirk 13.383 2, Mike Neau 13.467 3, Derek Fortier 13.650 4, Mark Heinert 13.675 5, Ron Brannam 13.963 6, Jeff Schmidt 14.008 7, Tim Brannam 14.018 8, Max Brannam 14.153 9, Xander York 14.362 10, Grant Harvey 14.630 11, David Powers 14.724 12, Ron Curasi 14.939 13, Jordan Funderburk 15.510 14, Shawn Steinpas 15.932 15, Carl Sturt 16.310 16, Jacob Sturt 18.676 17, Chris Quillman (no time).

HEAT 1 1, Derek Fortier 2, John Kirk 3, Ron Brannam 4, Xander York 5, Chris Quillman 6, David Powers 7, Jordan Funderburk 8, Carl Sturt 9, Tim Brannam.

HEAT 2 1, Mark Heinert 2, Mike Neau 3, Jeff Schmidt 4, Max Brannam 5, Ron Curasi 6, Shawn Steinpas 7, Grant Harvey 8, Jacob Sturt.

A MAIN 1, Mark Heinert 2, Mike Neau 3, Derek Fortier 4, John Kirk 5, Tim Brannam 6, Jeff Schmidt 7, Max Brannam 8, Ron Brannam 9, Chris Quillman 10, David Powers 11, Xander York 12, Ron Curasi 13, Shawn Steinpas 14, Grant Harvey 15, Jacob Sturt 16, Jordan Funderburk.

 

 

Debenedetti Survives the 55/

9/24/22

Alger, WA -Jon Debenedetti survived 55 laps of racing at Skagit Speedway and walked away with $10,000 to show for his efforts on Saturday night.

Skagit Aggregates sponsored two nights of modified action at Skagit Speedway and Debenedetti, the veteran Oregon driver, proved up to the task as the checkered flag fell. Debenedetti took the lead over on lap 30 of 55, and would lead the rest of the way to score the victory, holding off a strong late race challenge from runner up Jesse Williamson and eventual fourth place finisher Bricen James. James was running second and made a dive bomb at Debenedetti in turn two with two lap sleft that came up short, costing him second and the final spot on the podium, which went to Eston Whisler.

The highest paying race of the year for Sportsman Sprints ran as the companion show to the Survive the 55 modified race. Veteran Jason Solwold closed out his season with a victory, driving the Shaylen Raye Motorsports entry past Kai Dixon on lap four and running unchallenged the rest of the way to pick up the $2,500 payday. Luke Didiuk advance to second with Dana Genn taking third.

Sportsman Sprints

Fast Time - Malachi Gemmer 12.363

B Main - Dustin Gehring, Cale Brooke, Allison Johnson, Wes Armey, Jeff Pearson

A Main - Jason Solwold, Luke Didiuk, Dana Glenn, Alden Ostrom, Kai Dixon, Levi Klatt, Bill Rude, James Bundy, Wes Armey, Steve Parker, Dustin Gehring, Shawn Wallenfelsz, Cale Brooke, Allison Johnson, Malachi Gemmer, Cory Swatzina

Lap Leaders - Dixon 1-3 Solwold 4-25

Modifieds

C Main - Mark Carroll, Blair Shoemaker, Skyler Winebarger, Zachary Fuller, Matt Duste, Travis Ross, Dan Butenschoen, Cory Gordon, Tim Phillips, Dave Harmon, Brandon Nutter, Alan Grimbly, Jason St Paul, Tiernan Deitz, Brian Harding, Austin Lovik

B Main - Matthew Drager, John Campos, Tyson Blood, Joey Price, John Gaynor, Mark Carroll, Austin Rognlin, Brad Martin, Kevin Smith, Zachary Fuller, Devon Reed, Kevin Hanson, Jeremy Martin, Skyler Winebarger, Graham Cook, Robert Jenner, Geoff Morris, Trevor Labarge, Greg Walters, Zane Miner, Blair Shoemaker, Adam Holtrop

A Main - Jon Debenedetti, Jesse Williamson, Eston Whisler, Bricen James, Ian Whisler, Ty Clemens, Joey Price, Craig Cassell, Mark Carroll, Steven Sturdevant, John Campos, Lawrence O’Connor, Nick Trenchard, Matthew Drager, Robert Jenner, Rick Smith, Jeffrey Hudson, Kevin Smith, Ben Gunderson, Don Martin, Tyson Blood, Collen Winebarger, Nick Bessette, John Gaynor, Aaron Elwess, Grey Ferrando

Lap Leaders - Trenchard 1-29 Debenedetti 30-55

 

 

COLTON NELSON BANKS 20K WITH SECOND CONSECUTIVE PINK LADY WIN

September 24, 2022 – Meridian, Idaho – Colton Nelson survived a first lap pileup and cruised to his second consecutive Pink Lady Classic victory Saturday night at Meridian Speedway in front of a packed grandstand.

The Speed Tour and NSRA event, with a promotional co-sanction with Must See Racing, has become the premier winged pavement sprint car race in the entire country in recent years. The race has been referred to as the Knoxville Nationals of pavement. This year’s field included drivers from 7 states and Canada.

Polesitter Aaron Willison got the jump at the start and lead the first 38 laps and was the leader at the conclusion of the first of three segments. The first segment featured 2 red flags including a lap one pileup that ended the night for several cars.

Willison would draw a 6 for the inversion of the second segment. Willison, who was the events fast qualifier, would not be one of the 10 cars to advance to the final segment. He spun after contact with Troy DeCaire and was forced to go to the tail. He wouldn’t be able to work his way back into the top 10.

Casey Tillman would win the second segment and the right to start on the ole for the final 24-lap segment alongside Colton Nelson who finished second in the Second segment.

When the green flag waved to start the final segment, Nelson powered into the lead and never looked back as he went on to win the event and collect $20,000 in the process. Nelson methodically worked his way into the lead by the start of the third segment from the 22nd starting position.

“It feels really good” explained Nelson in victory lane. “We earned this the hard way. The last time we locked in and didn’t have to run any of the qualifying races. We came from 22nd, avoided all the cars in the lap one crash. And worked our way to the front and got it done”.

"I made zero contact on that first lap crash. It was just duck and dive. Luckily, I didn’t get hit, nothing. At the start of the final segment, I knew I had to get on the motor and not let Tillman paly any games with me on that restart. Once I got in front of him it was clean sailing from there” concluded Nelson.

Feature (100 Laps): 1. 07-Colton Nelson; 2. 81-Casey Tillman; 3. 12L-Ron Larson; 4. 91-Bryan Warf; 5. 71-Riley Rogers; 6. 41-Tyler Roahrig; 7. 99-Cory Lockwood; 8. 6g-Bryan Gossel; 9. 81t-Mike Murgoitio; 10. 68-Mike Anderson; 11. 9-Troy DeCaire; 12. 14-Aaron Willison; 13. 36-Ryan Burdett; 14. 36d-Austin Luttmer; 15. 14j-Davey Hamilton Jr.; 16. 16-Rob Grice; 17. 63-Brent Collins; 18. 22L-Richie Larson; 19.8-Brad Aumen; 20. 77-Anthony Quintana; 21. 33-Kyle Alberding; 22. 2-Nate Little; 23. 57-Evan Margeson; 24. 24-Matt Elliott; 25. 12-Aaron McPeak; 26. 4-Aiden Spiers; 27. 16g-Austyn Gossel; 28. 4b-Alan Beck

 

 

Chase Randall Cops $5,000 at 34 Raceway’s Fall Haul!

(Bill W) West Burlington, IA, September 25, 2022 – Chase Randall likes running with the Sprint Invaders! The Waco, Texas native won his sixth Sprint Invaders feature of the season on Saturday, and this one was his richest. With his clean sweep of 34 Raceway’s Fall Haul in West Burlington, Iowa, he took home over $5,200 with his heat, Dash and feature victories aboard the Bush’s Chicken, CSI Shocks #9.

The 30-lap main event proved to be on of attrition as it took four tries to get going. Veteran Randy Martin came to a stop on the first try, while Cody Wehrle, Nate Mills and Tyler Lee all suffered incidents in turns one and two on the second try and were eliminated. The third try saw a mid-field bump up between Terry McCarl, Devin Wignall, Joe Beaver, Jamie Ball and Devon Dobie. Only Wignall and Ball (sans nose wing) would continue.

Once the race resumed, Paul Nienhiser asserted himself by taking the point, followed by Randall, Davey Heskin, Bret Tripplett and Riley Goodno. The leaders were approaching lappers on the eighth circuit, when Nienhiser tried sliding by the lapped car of Chase Richards and making contact. The result was Richards getting upside down over turn one, and Nienhiser suffering a flat that ended his race. No one was hurt. Heskin, who was running behind Randall had to retire with a low tire of his own.

Randall assumed the lead now, ahead of Tripplett, Goodno and Carson McCarl. Once green, Chris Martin moved his way up to fourth, before Randall entered lappers again on lap 14. Martin claimed third from Goodno on lap 16, and Garet Williamson followed him a lap later into fourth.

On lap 19, Carson McCarl came to a stop in turn four. Williamson slid in front of Martin on the restart to take third, while Zach Daum used the low side to move into the top five. Carson McCarl spun with eight to go, collecting Ryan Jamison and ending both of their races.

Randall maintained his lead, while Williamson slid by Tripplett for the runner-up spot. Chris Martin moved into third, and Daum was fourth with six to go. Tripplett would end up fifth. Goodno, Colton Fisher, Luke Verardi, hard-charger and provisional Jamie Ball and Evan Martin rounded out the top ten. Plenty of contingencies from a number of sponsors padded wallets.

Randall, Fisher, Monty Ferriera and Chris Martin won heat races. Randall won the Shake-up Dash and Joe Beaver won the B main. Nienhiser won $500 by taking the Terry Jamison Memorial Dash for the top eight car owners.

“It was unfortunate what happened to Paul there,” said Randall afterwards. “I think it would have been a good race between him and me. We were set up really good. I got to second early, and kind of just rode around to figure out where my car would work best. I found the top really good the whole way around, especially off of four. We got to lapped traffic early there. They were all over the place in front of us, we slid a car and Paul got together with the other car. That benefited us. We were able to get the lead and get out front. Clean air was very key. I’m glad to get another win here and 34, and I thank them for having us. It was a long race…nothing we could control. We finally got it going. It was a fun race after that, and I’m glad to be here.”

On Sunday, September 25, the Adams County Illinois Speedway in Quincy plays host to the series’ season finale. For more information, visit www.SprintInvaders.net.

Sprint Invaders “Fall Haul” Results

Howard Law A main (started), 30 laps: 1. 9, Chase Randall, Waco, TX (3) 2. 24w, Garet Williamson, Kingdom City, MO (11) 3. 44, Chris Martin, Ankeny, IA (6) 4. 5D, Zach Daum, Pocahontas, IL (10) 5. 99, Bret Tripplett, Lincoln, IL (4) 6. 22, Riley Goodno, Knoxville, IA (9) 7. 11, Colton Fisher, Mediapolis, IA (7) 8. 28, Luke Verardi, Taylorville, IL (23) 9. 35, Jamie Ball, Knoxville, IA (25, prov.) 10. 4m, Evan Martin, Lohman, MO (12) 11. 45, Monty Ferriera, Lincoln, NE (8) 12. 4, Cam Martin, Ankeny, IA (13) 13. 21, Devin Wignall, Altoona, IA (16) 14. 27, Carson McCarl, Altoona, IA (5) 15. 51J, Ryan Jamison, Mediapolis, IA (19) 16. 50, Paul Nienhiser, Chapin, IL (1) 17. 2m, Davey Heskin, St. Michael, MN (2) 18. 4x, Chase Richards, Burlington, IA (14) 19. 23, Devon Dobie, Wapakoneta, OH (17) 20. 24, Terry McCarl, Altoona, IA (15) 21. 53, Joe Beaver, Knoxville, IA (20) 22. 7, Tyler Lee, Cedar Rapids, IA (21) 23. 24N, Nate Mills, Bondurant, IA (22) 24. 40, Cody Wehrle, Burlington, IA (24, alt.) 25. 14m, Randy Martin, California, MO (18) DNS – 8L, Tom Lenz, Marion, IA. Lap Leaders: Nienhiser 1-7, Randall 8-30. $500 Roberts Tire Center/Premier Powder Coating, $75 Christine Wahl-Levitt/KSE Hard-charger: Ball. $150 Taeger Family 7th Place: Fisher. $100 Double J Smoke Shack Mystery Spot: Goodno. $50 CenPeCo Myster Spot: Lee.

Randall’s Performance Heat one (started), 8 laps: 1. Chase Randall (4) 2. Zach Daum (2) 3. Carson McCarl (6) 4. Tom Lenz (1) 5. Tyler Lee (3) 6. Terry McCarl (10) 7. Jamie Ball (5) 8. 14J, Mike Johnston, Des Moines, IA (9) 9. 02, Josh Jones, Knoxville, IA (7) 10. Cody Wehrle (8)

Joshua Denning & Associates Heat two (started), 8 laps: 1. Colton Fisher (2) 2. Evan Martin (1) 3. Cam Martin (3) 4. Davey Heskin (7) 5. 31, McCain Richards, Burlington, IA (4) 6. Randy Martin (8) 7. Nate Mills (6) 8. 81, Tanner Gebhardt, Burlington, IA (9) 9. 5m, Collin Moyle, Knoxville, IA (5) 10. 78, Dugan Thye, Burlington, IA (10)

Mohrfeld Solar Heat three (started), 8 laps: 1. Monty Ferriera (1) 2. Bret Tripplett (6) 3. Chase Richards (2) 4. Riley Goodno (5) 5. Joe Beaver (4) 6. Ryan Jamison (7) 7. 14, Aidan Zoutte, Knoxville, IA (3) DNS – 29w, Wyatt Wilkerson, Morning Sun, IA, 75, Glen Saville, Razorback, NSW, Aust.

Golden Eagle Distributors – Budweiser Heat four (started), 8 laps: 1. Chris Martin (1) 2. Paul Nienhiser (3) 3. Devin Wignall (2) 4. Devon Dobie (4) 5. Garet Williamson (9) 6. Luke Verardi (6) 7. 2A, Austin Archdale, Brimfield, IL (5) 8. 357, Ryan Edwards, Waverly, IL (7) 9. 5A, Alex Vande Voort, Knoxville, IA (8)

B main (started), 12 laps: 1. Joe Beaver (2) 2. Tyler Lee (3) 3. Nate Mills (5) 4. Luke Verardi (4) 5. Cody Wehrle (16) / 6. Alex Vande Voort (12) 7. Jamie Ball (8) 8. Mike Johnston (6) 9. Tanner Gebhardt (7) 10. Dugan Thye (15) 11. McCain Richards (1) 12. Collin Moyle (14) 13. Wyatt Wilkerson (17) 14. Josh Jones (13) 15. Aidan Zoutte (9) 16. Austin Archdale (10) 17. Ryan Edwards (11) DNS – Glen Saville

Shottenkirk Automotive Brian Hetrick Memorial Shake-up Dash (started), 6 laps: 1. Chase Randall (1) 2. Bret Tripplett (2) 3. Carson McCarl (4) 4. Chris Martin (6) 5. Paul Nienhiser (7) 6. Davey Heskin (8) 7. Colton Fisher (3) 8. Monty Ferriera (5)

Terry Jamison Memorial Dash (started), 6 laps: 1. Paul Nienhiser (3) 2. Tanner Gebhardt (1) 3. Devin Wignall (5) 4. Jamie Ball (2) 5. Colton Fisher (4) DNS – Dugan Thye, Ryan Jamison, Cody Wehrle

Reid’s Landscaping & Turf $50 Draw Award: Dugan Thye

$100 Farney’s Dive Bar Heat Winners: Chase Randall, Colton Fisher, Monty Ferriera, Chris Martin

$150 Maxim G.C. Longest Tow: Devon Dobie

Highest Finishing Maxim: Garet Williamson

Contingencies

DMI: Chase Richards

Saldana: Cody Wehrle

Trophy Sponsor: Campbell’s Body Shop & Towing

 

 

Cochran tops 305 Sprint Special at Hidden Valley; Cipriano, Wolfe and Hoffner new winners

CLEARFIELD, PA - Tylor Cochran of Williamsport made his first visit a winning one by copping the Laurel Highlands 305 Sprint feature Saturday night at Hidden Valley Speedway. Other new winners included: Ayden Cipriano of Hermitage in the Small Block Modifieds, Casey Wolfe of Penfield won his first Amsoil Pure Stock feature and Luke Hoffner of Turbotville picked up his first Craig’s Welding and Fabrication Four Cylinder feature of the season. Levi Ardery of West Decatur picked up his fourth feature win of the season in the Scaife’s Racing Supplies Semi Lates. Marvin “Waco” Williams and George Bailey led the Semi Lates to the green flag, with Bailey shooting into the lead for the first two laps, before he spun on lap two, in turn two. This put Williams in the lead, and he led until lap four, when Levi Ardery was able to wrestle the lead away from him. Williams held off Steve Scaife Jr. the next five laps, before he was able to take over second and set his sights on the leader. As the race wore on, Scaife was reeling in the leader, but he could not find the extra burst of power to take the win. At the waving of Jon Shipley’s checkered flag it was Ardery getting his fourth win of the season over Scaife, Bailey, Williams and Jeremy Lippert. Ardery won the heat. The Laurel Highlands 305 Sprints saw Tylor Cochran and Derek Swartz on the front row, following a redraw, with Cochran taking the lead and never looking back. He had Swartz in tow the entire 25-lap distance. DJ Cassler was a solid third for the first 13 laps, but mechanical problems sent him to the pits and out of contention. Timmy Bittner then moved to third, holding off Roger Irvine the rest of the way. The top five at the conclusion were Cochran, Swartz, Bittner, Irvine and Jeff Weaver. Cochran and Bittner split heat wins. Trent Ogden started on the pole of the Small Block Modified feature, flanked on the outside by newcomer Ayden Cipriano, who shot into the lead and led the 20-lapper flag-to-flag. While he led, Hayden Holden moved into second, setting up a battle of the teenagers, as Holden tried to chase down Cipriano, but through lap 10, Holden had to try and hold off his dad, Jimmy, who was coming from sixth, then on lap 10, Jimmy moved his son to third, then the yellow waved on lap 13. On the restart, Jimmy went high in turn two, and son Hayden took advantage and took second from his dad, and held his dad at bay. At the checkered flag it was Cipriano winning over Hayden Holden, Jimmy Holden, Shannon Casher and Jimmy Luzier. Heat wins went to Cipriano and Jimmy Holden. The Amsoil Pure Stocks had Casey Wolfe and Ryan Jones on the front row, as Wolfe took the lead and set the pace, with second being the big race, as Wolfe was leading Jones sat second for much of the race, with Brad Benton coming from last towards the front, and he challenged Jone for second for several laps, before finally taking the runner up spot on lap 11 and running out of time, as Wolfe took his first HVS win of the season. Benton was second, Jones held on to third, Dennis Hathaway was fourth and Brady Gallaher was fifth. Wolfe also won the heat. The Craig’s Welding and Fabrication Four Cylinders saw Ryan Lippert and Matt Weaver on the front row, with third place Luke Hoffner leading the first lap after getting by Lippert in turn one. Following a pair of cautions on the first lap, Lippert was able to take the lead back from Hoffner, and the duo ran side-by-side several times, before Lippert opened up a nice lead and looked to be headed for his first ever HVS win, but on lap 11, Lipperts car lost power on the backstretch, relinquishing the lead over to Hoffner. Hoffner was able to hold off Tanner Ogden the final four laps to get his first A-main win of the season. Earlier in the season Hoffner picked up a second chance feature win, but this was his first feature win in a couple of years. At the line, the top five were: Hoffner, Ogden, Hunter Flook, Weaver, and Lem Crawford. Heat wins went to Lippert and Weaver. PIT NOTES: 50 cars filled the pits, including: 7 Semi Lates, 9 Small Block Modifieds, 13 305 Sprints, 7 Pure Stocks and 14 Four Cylinders…Coming up this week, beginning Thursday is the big Four Day Renegades of Dirt event. The schedule for that is posted below the Summary. Watch our Facebook page and website for more details.

Summary:

Laurel Highlands 305 Sprints - 1. Tylor Cochran, Williamsport; 2. Derek Swartz, 3. Timmy Bittner, 4. Roger Irvine, 5. Jeff Weaver, 6. Steven Kenawell, Jr., 7. Logan Jones, 8. Jay Fry, 9. Ryan Lynn, 10. Austin Greenland, 11. Reed Thompson, 12. DJ Cassler, 13. Jarett Cavalet

Scaife Racing Supplies 358 Semi-Late Models - 1. Levi Ardery, West Decatur; 2. Steven Scaife, Jr., 3. George Bailey, 4. Marvin Williams, 5. Jeremy Lippert, 6. Kevin Clark, 7. Larry Conklin, Jr.

Small Block Modifieds - 1. Ayden Cipriano, Hermitage; 2. Hayden Holden, 3. Jimmy Holden, 4. Shannon Casher, 5. Jamie Luzier, 6. Jeremy Beichner, 7. Robert Garvey, Jr., 8. Rodney Luzier, 9. Trent Ogden

Amsoil Pure Stocks - 1. Casey Wolfe, Penfield; 2. Brad Benton, 3. Ryan Jones, 4. Dennis Hathaway, 5. Brady Gallaher, 6. Renae Meyer, 7. Nate Gardner

Craig’s Welding & Fabrication Four Cylinders - 1. Luke Hoffner, Turbotville; 2. Tanner Ogden, 3.Hunter Flook, 4. Matt Weaver, 5. Len Crawford, 6. Kyler Henry, 7. Dustin Miller, 8. Jake Pennington, 9. Jimmy Delozier, 10. Ryan Lippert, 11. William Kephart, 12. Larry Conklin, Sr. Did Not Start - Michael Boring & Dustin Kemp

Renegade of Dirt Fall Classic schedule of events. Thursday, Sept. 29th: • Renegades of Dirt Modifieds - $1,500 to win. • Wingless 600 Micro Sprints - $2,000 to win and $200 to start. Friday, Sept. 30th: • Renegades of Dirt Modifieds - $15,000 to win. • 358 Semi-Lates - $1,000 to win. • First Night of Four Cylinder Shootout - $300 to win. Saturday, Oct. 1st: • Renegades of Dirt Modifieds - $1,500 to win. • Pure Stocks - Home Track Rules - $700 to win. • Second Night of Four Cylinder Shootout - $400 to win. • Wingless 600 Micro Sprints - $2,000 to win and $200 to start. Top six from Thursday are guaranteed to start on this night.

Sunday, Oct. 2nd: • Renegades of Dirt Modifieds - $15,000 to win. • 358 Semi-Lates - $1,500 to win. • Third Night of Four Cylinder Shootout - $1,000 to win.

 

 

Zeth Sabo gets 1st career 410 sprint win at Fremont; Weaver earns 6th 305 victory; Miller gets 5th truck victory

Saturday, Sept. 24, 2022

By Brian Liskai

FREMONT, Ohio – Zeth Sabo grew up working around Fremont Speedway. On Saturday, Sept. 24, the Fremont native had his dreams come true – a sprint car victory at “The Track That Action Built” on O’Reilly Auto Parts Night.

Sabo, in his first full season of 410 sprint car racing, has finished in the runner-up position three times at Fremont this year. Bad luck and mechanical issues have also plagued the young racer. On Saturday it all came together as he led all 30 laps for his first career victory at his home town track aboard the Rich Farmer owned #29.

“I really don’t know what to say right now. I can’t thank my guys enough…Farmer and everybody who makes this deal possible. This is like a huge relief. I thought I heard someone so I drove it harder and harder…I finally just slowed down and hit my marks good and I knew we would be okay,” said Sabo beside his Fremont Auto Parts, NAPA, Limo Scene Limo Services, Kiser Sound, Valvoline, Level Utilities, Linder Speed Equipment backed machine.

In the Fremont Federal Credit Union 305 Sprints, three time track champion Paul Weaver took the lead with just five laps to go from race-long leader TJ Michael and drove to his sixth win of the season at Fremont. The current point leader now has 70 career victories at the track putting him third on the all-time win list.

“Throughout the night we were talking in the stands quite a bit and he (Michael) was listening because he was pretty tough to get around. When you come up on lapped cars you have to move around…it just takes a split second and you get passed,” said Weaver beside his Steve Brown’s B&B Drain Service, Hampshire Racing Engines, M&L Excavating, Seagate Sandblasting, Fostoria Mod Shop backed #31.

Jamie Miller charged into the lead from his seventh starting spot on lap 10 and survived a last lap restart to score his fifth Burmeister Dirt Truck victory of the year at Fremont. It’s Miller’s 36th career win at the track, moving him into a tie with Byron Reed and Bobby Clark for 12th on the all-time win list.

“This truck is really damn good. I have to thank Scott Gressman this week and Joe Bradford. They ripped the motor out of this thing and got it freshened up this week and put it back in last night and here we are today. Once I quit screwing around running the bottom and moved up into the middle the thing rolled through there pretty good and I drove around everybody,” said Miller of his Fostoria Mod Shop backed #4M.

In the 30-lap Fort Ball Pizza Palace 410 Sprint feature a tumble by Jonah Aumend at the start necessitated a complete restart. Sabo bolted into the lead over Conner Morrell, Cap Henry, Trey McGranahan and Boston Mead. Henry grabbed second a lap later but could not catch Sabo.

Just as the leaders were entering lapped traffic a caution flew on lap seven. On the restart Sabo pulled away from Henry with McGranahan locked in a battle with Morrell and Byron Reed for third. Once again just as Sabo drove into lapped traffic another caution flew. And once again on the restart Sabo pulled away from Henry with Reed, DJ Foos and Craig Mintz in pursuit.

Sabo built his lead to nearly two seconds as he encountered heavy lapped traffic with five laps to go. Sabo sliced his way through and drove away to the win over Henry, Foos, Mintz and Reed.

After a spin and a crash to start the Fremont Federal Credit Union 305 Sprint A-main, TJ Michael bolted into the lead over Jimmy McGrath, Weaver, Mike Keegan and Jamie Miller. Weaver took second a lap later but McGrath battled back to retake second on lap five as Michael pulled away slightly just as a caution came out.

Michael drove away again when the green flew over Weaver, McGrath, Keegan and Shawn Valenti. Just as Michael was entering heavy lapped traffic the caution gave him a clear track with 13 laps to go. This time on the restart Weaver hung right with Michael and the pair had a great battle until Weaver was able to take the lead with just five laps to go. Weaver pulled away for the win over Michael, McGrath, Valenti and Steve Rando.

Dave Gumby Jr. grabbed the early lead of the Burmeister Trophy Dirt Truck feature over Cory McCaughey, Shawn Valenti, Jeff Babcock, Dan Hennig and Chuck Roelle. Valenti moved into second on lap two and stayed close to Gumby as Babcock and McCaughey applied pressure to the lead duo.

Gumby had an engine issue on lap eight as his mount went up in flames, handing the lead to Valenti over Babcock, McCaughey, Hennig and Miller. Miller drove into third a lap later and took second on lap nine. Miller drove to the outside of Valenti to take the lead at the halfway point.

Miller seemed to have the race in hand until a caution flew with two laps to go. On the restart Valenti drove to Miller’s inside as they raced side by side to the white flag. Miller hit his marks perfectly and drove to the win as Babcock got around Valenti for second with Hennig and Jim Holcomb rounding out the top five.

Fremont Speedway will be back in action Saturday, Oct. 1 for season championship night for the 410 and 305 sprints and dirt trucks.

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Fremont Speedway

Saturday, Sept. 24, 2022

410 Sprints – Fort Ball Pizza Palace

Qualifying

1.16-DJ Foos, 13.081; 2.5-Byron Reed, 13.164; 3.09-Craig Mintz, 13.241; 4.29X-Cap Henry, 13.385; 5.28M-Conner Morrell, 13.399; 6.29-Zeth Sabo, 13.429; 7.49I-John Ivy, 13.465; 8.3V-Chris Verda, 13.576; 9.7T-Troy Vaccaro, 13.613; 10.42-Boston Mead, 13.618; 11.X-Mike Keegan, 13.634; 12.28-Gray Leadbetter, 13.698; 13.27-Trey McGranahan, 13.876; 14.12G-Corbin Gurley, 13.921; 15.312-Duane Zablocki, 14.041; 16.2L-Landon Lalonde, 14.191; 17.7-Dylan Kingan, 14.301; 18.75-Jerry Dahms, 14.343; 19.8-Olivia Shelbo, 14.874; 20.1-Chance Holley, 17.029; 21.15k-Creed Kemenah, 99.998; 22.6J-Jonah Aumend, 99.999;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 49I-John Ivy[1] ; 2. 28M-Conner Morrell[2] ; 3. 16-DJ Foos[4] ; 4. 5-Byron Reed[3] ; 5. 3V-Chris Verda[5] ; 6. 12G-Corbin Gurley[7] ; 7. 28-Gray Leadbetter[6] ; 8. 6J-Jonah Aumend[8]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 29X-Cap Henry[4] ; 2. 42-Boston Mead[2] ; 3. 7T-Troy Vaccaro[3] ; 4. 75-Jerry Dahms[1] ; 5. 8-Olivia Shelbo[5] ; 6. 1-Chance Holley[6] ; 7. 15k-Creed Kemenah[7]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 27-Trey McGranahan[1] ; 2. 29-Zeth Sabo[3] ; 3. X-Mike Keegan[2] ; 4. 09-Craig Mintz[4] ; 5. 2L-Landon Lalonde[6] ; 6. 7-Dylan Kingan[7] ; 7. 312-Duane Zablocki[5]

A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)

1. 29-Zeth Sabo[2] ; 2. 29X-Cap Henry[4] ; 3. 16-DJ Foos[7] ; 4. 09-Craig Mintz[12] ; 5. 5-Byron Reed[8] ; 6. 27-Trey McGranahan[3] ; 7. 7T-Troy Vaccaro[9] ; 8. 2L-Landon Lalonde[15] ; 9. 28M-Conner Morrell[1] ; 10. 3V-Chris Verda[13] ; 11. 42-Boston Mead[5] ; 12. X-Mike Keegan[10] ; 13. 12G-Corbin Gurley[16] ; 14. 49I-John Ivy[6] ; 15. 75-Jerry Dahms[11] ; 16. 28-Gray Leadbetter[19] ; 17. 8-Olivia Shelbo[14] ; 18. 1-Chance Holley[17] ; 19. 7-Dylan Kingan[18] ; 20. 6J-Jonah Aumend[21] ; 21. 312-Duane Zablocki[20]

305 Sprints - Fremont Federal Credit Union

Qualifying

1.31-Paul Weaver, 13.708; 2.5K-Kasey Jedrzejek, 13.892; 3.5Jr-Jimmy McGrath Jr, 13.946; 4.61-Tyler Shullick, 14.024; 5.8-TJ Michael, 14.028; 6.26-Jamie Miller, 14.092; 7.28-Shawn Valenti, 14.094; 8.51M-Haldon Miller, 14.144; 9.X-Mike Keegan, 14.222; 10.3F-Wade Fraley, 14.241; 11.19R-Steve Rando, 14.283; 12.10X-Dustin Stroup, 14.293; 13.7M-Brandon Moore, 14.307; 14.14-Zack Miller, 14.366; 15.X15-Kasey Ziebold, 14.417; 16.16-Lee Sommers, 14.461; 17.5-Kody Brewer, 14.495; 18.3x-Brandon Riehl, 14.507; 19.27-Calob Crispen, 14.543; 20.9R-Logan Riehl, 14.551; 21.20i-Kelsey Ivy, 14.573; 22.10TS-Tyler Schiets, 14.635; 23.63-Randy Ruble, 14.863;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. X-Mike Keegan[1] ; 2. 5K-Kasey Jedrzejek[4] ; 3. 28-Shawn Valenti[3] ; 4. 7M-Brandon Moore[6] ; 5. 19R-Steve Rando[5] ; 6. 51M-Haldon Miller[2] ; 7. 16-Lee Sommers[7] ; 8. 27-Calob Crispen[8]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 31-Paul Weaver[4] ; 2. 8-TJ Michael[2] ; 3. 26-Jamie Miller[1] ; 4. 5Jr-Jimmy McGrath Jr[3] ; 5. X15-Kasey Ziebold[6] ; 6. 5-Kody Brewer[7] ; 7. 10X-Dustin Stroup[5] ; 8. 9R-Logan Riehl[8]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 61-Tyler Shullick[4] ; 2. 14-Zack Miller[2] ; 3. 3F-Wade Fraley[3] ; 4. 20i-Kelsey Ivy[5] ; 5. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[6] ; 6. 3x-Brandon Riehl[1] ; 7. 63-Randy Ruble[7]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 31-Paul Weaver[7] ; 2. 8-TJ Michael[1] ; 3. 5Jr-Jimmy McGrath Jr[2] ; 4. 28-Shawn Valenti[9] ; 5. 19R-Steve Rando[13] ; 6. 61-Tyler Shullick[3] ; 7. X-Mike Keegan[5] ; 8. 7M-Brandon Moore[11] ; 9. 5K-Kasey Jedrzejek[8] ; 10. 26-Jamie Miller[4] ; 11. 3F-Wade Fraley[10] ; 12. 9R-Logan Riehl[23] ; 13. 5-Kody Brewer[17] ; 14. 20i-Kelsey Ivy[12] ; 15. 3x-Brandon Riehl[18] ; 16. 27-Calob Crispen[22] ; 17. X15-Kasey Ziebold[14] ; 18. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[15] ; 19. 14-Zack Miller[6] ; 20. 63-Randy Ruble[21] ; 21. 51M-Haldon Miller[16] ; 22. 10X-Dustin Stroup[20] ; 23. 16-Lee Sommers[19]

Dirt Trucks - Burmeister Trophy

Qualifying

1.25-Jeff Babcock, 17.498; 2.4M-Jamie Miller, 17.675; 3.7b-Shawn Valenti, 17.735; 4.P51-Dave Gumby Jr., 17.782; 5.11H-Jim Holcomb, 17.847; 6.X-Cory McCaughey, 17.906; 7.101-Chester Fitch, 17.978; 8.36M-Kyle Lagrou, 17.986; 9.32H-Dan Hennig , 18.004; 10.8KB-Kent Brewer, 18.096; 11.17x-Dustin Keegan, 18.103; 12.4s-Keith Sorg, 18.106; 13.25X-Chuck Roelle, 18.112; 14.28-Cody Laird, 18.129; 15.67-Ben Clapp, 18.139; 16.5s-Bradley Stuckey, 18.158; 17.7X-Dana Frey, 18.177; 18.7H-JT Horn, 18.376; 19.6-Butch Latte, 18.381; 20.23m-Brad Mitten, 18.443; 21.32-Kevin Phillips, 18.476; 22.8S-Brandon Stuckey, 18.630; 23.9-Curt Inks, 18.647; 24.18s-Randy Swiecicki, 18.841; 25.51-David Bankey, 19.181; 26.33A-Brian Arnold, 19.495; 27.57MS-Mason Stull, 19.789; 28.73-Troy Aikman, 99.999;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 4M-Jamie Miller[3] ; 2. 25-Jeff Babcock[4] ; 3. 101-Chester Fitch[1] ; 4. 11H-Jim Holcomb[2] ; 5. 17x-Dustin Keegan[6] ; 6. 28-Cody Laird[7] ; 7. 36M-Kyle Lagrou[5] ; 8. 8S-Brandon Stuckey[8] ; 9. 33A-Brian Arnold[10] ; 10. 51-David Bankey[9]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 32H-Dan Hennig [3] ; 2. 25X-Chuck Roelle[1] ; 3. X-Cory McCaughey[4] ; 4. 4s-Keith Sorg[2] ; 5. 7H-JT Horn[6] ; 6. 18s-Randy Swiecicki[7] ; 7. 5s-Bradley Stuckey[5] ; 8. 57MS-Mason Stull[8] ; 9. 73-Troy Aikman[9]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 7b-Shawn Valenti[4] ; 2. P51-Dave Gumby Jr.[3] ; 3. 67-Ben Clapp[1] ; 4. 7X-Dana Frey[5] ; 5. 23m-Brad Mitten[7] ; 6. 32-Kevin Phillips[8] ; 7. 8KB-Kent Brewer[2] ; 8. 6-Butch Latte[6] ; 9. 9-Curt Inks[9]

B-Main 1 - (8 Laps)

1. 28-Cody Laird[1] ; 2. 33A-Brian Arnold[10] ; 3. 8S-Brandon Stuckey[7] ; 4. 5s-Bradley Stuckey[5] ; 5. 6-Butch Latte[9] ; 6. 57MS-Mason Stull[8] ; 7. 32-Kevin Phillips[3] ; 8. 36M-Kyle Lagrou[4] ; 9. 18s-Randy Swiecicki[2] ; 10. 8KB-Kent Brewer[6] ; 11. 51-David Bankey[13] ; 12. 73-Troy Aikman[11] ; 13. 9-Curt Inks[12]

A-Main 1 - (20 Laps)

1. 4M-Jamie Miller[7] ; 2. 25-Jeff Babcock[6] ; 3. 7b-Shawn Valenti[3] ; 4. 32H-Dan Hennig [5] ; 5. 11H-Jim Holcomb[8] ; 6. 17x-Dustin Keegan[13] ; 7. 67-Ben Clapp[10] ; 8. X-Cory McCaughey[1] ; 9. 7X-Dana Frey[12] ; 10. 28-Cody Laird[16] ; 11. 4s-Keith Sorg[11] ; 12. 5s-Bradley Stuckey[19] ; 13. 101-Chester Fitch[9] ; 14. 7H-JT Horn[14] ; 15. 8S-Brandon Stuckey[18] ; 16. 25X-Chuck Roelle[4] ; 17. 33A-Brian Arnold[17] ; 18. 6-Butch Latte[20] ; 19. P51-Dave Gumby Jr.[2] ; 20. 23m-Brad Mitten[15]

 

 

Arenz powers to eighth 2022 MSA A-main triumph at Dodge County Fairgrounds Speedway

(PEDAL DOWN PROMOTIONS) September 23, 2022 – Defending Midwest Sprint Car Association champion and current point leader Travis Arenz of Sheboygan Falls claimed his eighth Akright Auto Midwest Sprint Car Association 360 Sprint Car A-main victory of the 2022 season, while securing a season sweep of MSA main event action at the Dodge County Fairgrounds Speedway in Beaver Dam, Wis. during the Checkered Classic on Friday, Sept. 23.

The annual Checkered Classic held in honor of Fuzzy Fassbender, Rick Schmidt and Dick Witt drew 18 MSA 360 Sprint Cars to the “horsepower half mile” Dodge County Fairgrounds Speedway facility for the second-to-last event of the 2022 MSA campaign.

Polesitter Tyler Brabant of Waupun jumped into the lead on the drop of the green flag of the 20-lap main event with outside front row starter Bill Taylor of Boltonville sliding into second on the opening lap.

On lap 2, Travis Arenz bolted up from his eighth starting spot to maneuver around Taylor into second in turn three before quickly setting his sights on the top spot. Two laps later, Arenz moved within striking distance of Brabant before pulling off what proved to be the winning move along the low line in turn two on lap six.

As Arenz proceeded to open up a sizable lead at the head of the pack, 2011 MSA champion Ben Schmidt of Plymouth, who started ninth, worked his way in to challenge third starter Katelyn Krebsbach of Cascade for third in the running order.

Krebsbach and Schmidt waged a heated duel for third with the second-year driver holding off the advances of the 23-year racing veteran over the ensuing five laps before the first of two yellow flags appeared on lap 13 when Tyler Davis of Franklin lost power and rolled his smoking machine to a stop in turn two. During the caution period, Brabant relinquished second place after stopping along the front stretch.

The second and final yellow flag appeared shortly after the restart when 2018 Plymouth Dirt Track Racing 360 Sprint Car champion Justin Miller of Plymouth spun in turn four.

When the race resumed, Arenz firmly established command of the race, while Schmidt dove under Krebsbach to move into second and 11th starter Chris Clayton of Waldo also slipped past Krebsbach to assume third. Five laps later, Krebsbach answered back by motoring past Clayton to reclaim third place.

Arenz pulled away from Schmidt, who is his closest pursuer in the chase for the 2022 MSA title, over the final two laps en route to his second straight MSA A-main victory at the Dodge County Fairgrounds Speedway, eighth overall MSA main event triumph of the 2022 season and 30th career MSA A-main win.

“This place is certainly different from any other track we go to,” Arenz said. “Driving the 410 car here a few weeks ago helped to make me faster in the 360. I love it here. This is a great win for everyone that helps out on the team and all of my sponsors.”

Schmidt, who came into the night trailing Arenz by 17 points at the top of the MSA point standings, finished runner-up to Arenz for the second straight MSA race at the Dodge County Fairgrounds Speedway.

“This race was kind of a replay of the last time we were here a few weeks ago,” Schmidt said. “Travis was one spot better than us that night too. We came into the weekend with hopes to pull out the MSA championship, but we need to figure out a way to get a little bit faster to have a shot at that.”

After contact with Bill Taylor in the early stages of the race sent the front end of her car high into the air along the high-speed back stretch, Krebsbach, the 2021 MSA rookie of the year, was overjoyed to earn an MSA career-best third place finish,

“It is a great feeling to be standing here on the front stretch with a podium finish,” Krebsbach said. “We had a bit of a tussle with Bill [Taylor] in the beginning of the race and luckily, I was able to continue on and get this great finish. The car was awesome. I’m so thankful for everyone that helps out with our team and makes all of this possible.”

Clayton finished fourth and 2005 MSA champion Lance Fassbender of Burnett placed fifth after starting seventh.

Arenz heads into the 2022 MSA season finale at The Plymouth Dirt Track in Plymouth, Wis. on Saturday, Sept. 24 with a 19-point lead over Ben Schmidt at the top of the point standings.

MSA heat race victories went to Tony Wondra of Campbellsport and Ben Schmidt.

In MSA group qualifying, Lance Fassbender established a new Dodge County Fairgrounds Speedway 360 Sprint Car track record with a lap of 18.798 seconds around the half-time oval.

The MSA 360 Sprint Car Series is scheduled to close out the 2022 season with the Wisconsin Sprint Car Championships at The Plymouth Dirt Track at the Sheboygan County Fairgrounds in Plymouth, Wis. on Saturday, Sept. 24 with on-track action slated to begin at 4:45 p.m.

For more information on the 2022 Midwest Sprint Car Association season, visit www.msasprints.com or check out the Midwest Sprint Car Association Facebook page.

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Midwest Sprint Car Association
Dodge County Fairgrounds Speedway
Beaver Dam, Wis.
September 23, 2022

QUALIFYING
1, Lance Fassbender 18.798 2, Travis Arenz 19.119 3, Katelyn Krebsbach 19.325 4, Ben Schmidt 19.499 5, Tyler Davis 19.505 6, Kurt Davis 19.548 7, Tyler Brabant 19.564 8, Tony Wondra 19.576 9, Justin Miller 19.602 10, Blake Wondra 19.604 11, Tim Haddy 19.786 12, Bill Taylor 19.883 13, Nick Daywalt 19.883 14, Justin Erickson 19.984 15, Chris Clayton 20.004 16, Chris Larson 20.219 17, Alex Pokorski 20.418 18, J.J. Pagel 20.637.

HEAT 1
1, Tony Wondra 2, Lance Fassbender 3, Justin Miller 4, Blake Wondra 5, Bill Taylor 6, Nick Daywalt 7, Justin Erickson 8, J.J. Pagel 9, Kurt Davis DNS.

HEAT 2
1, Ben Schmidt 2, Travis Arenz 3, Tyler Davis 4, Katelyn Krebsbach 5, Tyler Brabant 6, Chris Clayton 7, Tim Haddy 8, Chris Larson 9, Alex Pokorski.

A MAIN
1, Travis Arenz 2, Ben Schmidt 3, Katelyn Krebsbach 4, Chris Clayton 5, Lance Fassbender 6, Blake Wondra 7, Tony Wondra 8, Tyler Brabant 9, Chris Larson 10, Justin Erickson 11, Justin Miller 12, Bill Taylor 13, Nick Daywalt 14, J.J. Pagel 15, Tyler Davis 16, Alex Pokorski 17, Tim Haddy, 18, Kurt Davis (DNS).

 

 

Williamsons Wins Night 1 of Survive the 55

9/23/22

Alger, WA - In the warmup race for the $10,000 to win Survive the 55 coming up on Saturday night, Jesse Williamson won the warmup feature at Skagit Speedway in the Skagit Aggregates Modifieds. Night one of the two night Sportsman Sprint main event went to rookie Levi Klatt.

The 20 lap main event for the modifieds nearly went green to checkered, with only a lap 13 yellow flag slowing up the field. Jesse Williamson led all the way for the win, but was chased and pressured late by Grey Ferrando, who had an awesome main event, driving from 11th all the way up to runner up. Third went to Aaron Elwes. The main event was for purse only an dnot event points.

Modified drivers ran two sets of heat races, twelve heats total, to accrue points and set the lineups for Saturday’s Survive the 55 feature. Of the 52 cars signed in, Nick Bessette was the only dual heat race winner, winning heats one and seven to secure high points heading into Saturday night. Craig Cassell, Nick Trenchard, Rick Smith, Grey Ferrando, Ty Clemens, John Campos, Joey Price, Collen Winebarger, Jeffrey Hudson and Aaron Elwes won the other heats.

Levi Klatt led all 20 laps of the Sportsman Sprint main event for his first career Skagit Speedway win. The rookie driver held off veteran Bill Rude, who applied heavy pressure early before Klatt got away late to secure the victory. Alden Ostrom took the final podium position, Kai Dixon set quick time, while Luke Didiuk and Ostrom won the heat races.

Modifieds

Heat 1 - Nick Bessette

Heat 2 - Craig Cassell

Heat 3 - Nick Trenchard

Heat 4 - Rick Smith

Heat 5 - Grey Ferrando

Heat 6 - Ty Clemens

Heat 7 - Nick Bessette

Heat 8 - John Campos

Heat 9 - Joey Price

Heat 10 - Collen Winebarger

Heat 11 - Jeffrey Hudson

Heat 12 - Aaron Elwes

Main - Jesse Williamson, Grey Ferrando, Aaron Elwes, Collen Winebarger, Jon DeBenedetti, Bricen James, Ian Whisler, Ty Clemens, Eston Whisler, Jeffrey Hudson, Craig Cassell, Rick Smith

Lap Leaders - Williamson 1-20

Sportsman Sprints

Fast Time - Kai Dixon

Heat 1 - Alden Ostrom

Heat 2 - Luke Didiuk

B Main - Jason Solwold, Dana Glenn, Cale Brooke, Wes Armey, Jeff Pearson

A Main - Levi Klatt, Bill Rude, Alden Ostrom, Jason Solwold, Luke Didiuk, Cory Swatzina, Dana Glenn, Kai Dixon, Allison Johnson, Steve Parker, Cale Brooke, James Bundy, Dustin Gehring, Wes Armey

Lap Leaders - Klatt 1-20

 

 

BOWMAN WINS INAUGURAL CANADIAN CRATE SPRINT CAR NATIONALS; THOMAS TAKES KNIGHTS OF THUNDER VICTORY
 

By Tommy Goudge

OHSWEKEN, Ont. (September 16, 2022) – Mike Bowman took the win in the Inaugural Canadian Crate Sprint Car Nationals on Friday night at Ohsweken Speedway, while Jordan Thomas was the victor in the Pinty’s Knights of Thunder 360 Sprint Car Series event. A total of 76 drivers competed in Friday’s event presented by Nitro 54 Variety, including 43 Crate Sprint Cars and 33 360 Sprint Cars.

Canadian Crate Sprint Car Nationals Crate Sprint Cars

Steve Murdock and Darren Dryden earned front row starting spots for the 30 lap Crate Sprint Car A-Main, and Dryden led the first lap before Mike Bowman slipped past on lap three. Bowman’s pass was negated, however, by a yellow flag for the stopped car of Tyler Ward on the frontstretch. Several drivers made significant gains in the first two laps, including Curtis Gartly who had picked up nine spots.

Dryden kept the lead on the restart, but the race came to a halt when Matt Billings flipped on the frontstretch with three laps complete. Bowman again looked poised to make a pass for the lead after the restart, but a melee ensued when Eric Gledhill and Gartly got together and brought out the yellow flag; Gartly and Brian Nanticoke got the worst of the exchange and were done for the night.

Dryden, Bowman, Jesse Costa, Murdock, and Dale Curran made up the top five for the next restart, and Bowman again went to work in an effort to take the lead from Dryden. While the leaders raced, AST points leader Jacob Dykstra moved back into the top five, passing both Curran and Murdock in quick succession. Dryden, Bowman, and Costa raced close together over the next few laps, with Dryden running the low groove and Bowman up high. Bowman then dove low on Dryden in turn one with eight laps complete, but couldn’t make the move stick.

The leaders caught the tail end of the field with nine laps complete, and Dykstra was able to move past Costa into third as the two negotiated traffic. Dryden briefly opened a gap, but Bowman and Dykstra ran him down again. A joust for second was cut short when Lucas Smith spun off the track in turn four to bring out another yellow flag with 14 laps complete. The yellow was a reprieve for AST championship contender Mathieu Bardier, who had just gone a lap down.

Bowman yet again went after Dryden on the restart, only to see the red flag come out again for a hard Tyeller Powless flip in turn three. Bowman continued to challenge Dryden for the lead when the race restarted, using the outside line while Dryden stayed in the middle of the track and kept Bowman at bay. Murdock re-entered the top three at this point, getting around Dykstra before another yellow appeared for Seth Roy. Murdock then drove around the outside of Bowman on the restart, only to see that move negated when Eric Gledhill spun and collected Adrian Stahle.

Bowman finally got past Dryden after the next restart, but Dryden stayed close behind as the two raced through traffic. Bowman stayed ahead though, leading the final nine laps through one more restart to collect the win and write his name in the record books. Given the choice between $5,000 or a brand new crate engine in victory lane, Bowman chose the engine and left the cash for Saturday night’s winner.

Dryden fought Murdock off to take the runner-up spot, with Murdock taking the final podium spot. Dykstra crossed the line in fourth but came up a few pounds light at the scales and was disqualified. Costa and Curran got credit for fourth and fifth as a result, while Lee Ladouceur, Allan Downey, Darrell Pelletier, Sheldon Bender, and Johnny Miller rounded out the top ten.

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Pinty’s Knights of Thunder 360 Sprint Cars

Jordan Thomas and Liam Martin drew front row starting spots for the 25 lap 360 Sprint Car A-Main, and traded several slide jobs when the green flag appeared. Martin eventually settled in to the lead, but Thomas chased him back down as the two raced through traffic.

Martin and Thomas both searched the track and sometimes slid high while trying to get through the slower cars; Thomas eventually dove low on Martin in turn three to take the lead with 15 laps complete.

Thomas drove away to claim the win in the race which went green-to-checkered in less than six and a half minutes. Martin settled for the runner-up spot, followed by Josh Hansen, Chuck Hebing, and row seven starter Paulie Colagiovanni.

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Ohsweken Speedway Statistical Report
Friday, September 16, 2022
Ohsweken, Ontario, Canada
Inaugural Canadian Crate Sprint Car Nationals
presented by Nitro 54 Variety
Total Entries: 76

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Canadian Crate Sprint Car Nationals Crate Sprint Cars (43 Entries)
(Action Sprint Tour fueled by Pinty’s Crate Sprint Cars)
A-Main [Started] 30 laps – NT
1. 71-Mike Bowman[4]; 2. 12DD-Darren Dryden[2]; 3. 2M-Steve Murdock[1]; 4. 52-Jesse Costa[6]; 5. 31-Dale Curran[3]; 6. 51L-Lee Ladouceur[7]; 7. 19D-Allan Downey[21]; 8. 4B-Darrell Pelletier[19]; 9. 97-Sheldon Bender[16]; 10. 20-Johnny Miller[17]; 11. 74-Rob Neely[22]; 12. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[30]; 13. 49L-Lucas Smith[9]; 14. 19-Mathieu Bardier[10]; 15. 14-Larry Gledhill[8]; 16. 16R-Seth Roy[11]; 17. 94-Ryan Fraser[18]; 18. 51-Trevor Young[24]; 19. 26-John Verney[29]; 20. (DNF) 39-Jonah Mutton[23]; 21. (DNF) 88-Lance Erskine[20]; 22. (DNF) 7-Eric Gledhill[15]; 23. (DNF) 50LS-Adrian Stahle[12]; 24. (DNF) 77T-Tyeller Powless[25]; 25. (DNF) 45-Curtis Gartly[28]; 26. (DNF) 9C-Brian Nanticoke[27]; 27. (DNF) 5C-Conor Mahoney[14]; 28. (DNF) 52B-Matt Billings[26]; 29. (DNF) 29W-Tyler Ward[13]; 30. (DQ) 5D-Jacob Dykstra[5]
A-Main Lap Leaders – Darren Dryden 1-20; Mike Bowman 21-30
Hard Charger – Ashton VanEvery +18

Awards:
-A-Main Winner Bonus: Mike Bowman (Free Fire Suit – EPIC Racewear)
-Bill Peer Memorial Best Appearing Car: Darren Dryden ($350 – Corr/Pak Merchandising)
-Travis Rutz Long Tow: Mathieu Bardier ($250 – Slack Lumber)
-Fastest Qualifier: Brett Stratford ($300 – Qwick Wick)
-Hard Charger: Ashton VanEvery ($300 – Nitro 54 Variety)

Qualifications Flight 1
1. 52 Jesse Costa – St. Thomas – 14.853; 2. 31 Dale Curran – Bowmanville – 14.991; 3. 19D Allan Downey – Hamilton – 15.042; 4. 88 Lance Erskine – Brantford – 15.092; 5. 51L Lee Ladouceur – Alexandria – 15.132; 6. 29W Tyler Ward – Beachville; 7. 94 Ryan Fraser – Rockwood – 15.164; 8. 71 Mike Bowman – St. Catharines – 15.204; / 9. 74 Rob Neely – Rockwood – 15.214; 10. 39 Jonah Mutton – Brighton – 15.234; 11. 9C Brian Nanticoke – Ohsweken – 15.257; 12. 16R Seth Roy – Port Colborne – 15.273; 13. 45 Curtis Gartly – Thamesford – 15.278; 14. 99 Joshua Hill – Ohsweken – 15.391; 15. 14 Larry Gledhill – Thamesford – 15.403; 16. 08 Steven Beckett – Fonthill – 15.436; 17. 26X Terry Baker – Ancaster – 15.454; 18. 52 Matt Billings – Brockville – 15.528; 19. 2 Travis Hofstetter – Stratford – 15.655; 20. 2C John Cadman – Smithville – 15.846; 21. 21 Braedan Burning – Ohsweken – 16.380; 22. 69K Ken Hamilton – Brantford – NT

Qualifications Flight 2
1. BS39 Brett Stratford – Wainfleet – 14.844; 2. 19 Mathieu Bardier – Pierreville, Quebec – 14.927; 3. 5D Jacob Dykstra – Port Colborne – 14.996; 4. 51 Trevor Young – Ancaster – 15.009; 5. 12DD Darren Dryden – Freelton – 15.016; 6. 2M Steve Murdock – Georgetown – 15.037; 7. 7 Eric Gledhill – Thamesford – 15.087; 8. 49L Lucas Smith – Brantford – 15.115; / 9. 5C Conor Mahoney – Hamilton – 15.127; 10. 4B Darrell Pelletier – Port Perry – 15.177; 11. 97 Sheldon Bender – Ethel – 15.213; 12. 50LS Adrian Stahle – Kitchener – 15.253; 13. 26 John Verney – Salmon Arm, British Columbia – 15.382; 14. MK8 Matt Hill – Ohsweken – 15.477; 15. 420 Victor Bomberry – Ohsweken – 15.555; 16. 20 Johnny Miller – Six Nations – 15.575; 17. 77E Ashton VanEvery – Ohsweken – 15.587; 18. 48 Andrew Marshall – Dorchester – 15.632; 19. 28 Cam Thomson – Hamilton – 15.667; 20. 16X Keegan Baker – Ancaster – 15.672; 21. 77T Tyeller Powless – Ohsweken – NT

Heat Race 1 [Started] 10 laps – 2:30.932 NTR
1. 51L-Lee Ladouceur[2]; 2. 52-Jesse Costa[4]; 3. 14-Larry Gledhill[8]; 4. 94-Ryan Fraser[1]; 5. 19D-Allan Downey[3]; 6. 74-Rob Neely[5]; / 7. 9C-Brian Nanticoke[6]; 8. 45-Curtis Gartly[7]; 9. 26X-Terry Baker[9]; 10. 2-Travis Hofstetter[10]; 11. 21-Braedan Burning[11]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 10 laps – 2:36.508
1. 71-Mike Bowman[1]; 2. 31-Dale Curran[4]; 3. 29W-Tyler Ward[2]; 4. 16R-Seth Roy[6]; 5. 88-Lance Erskine[3]; 6. 39-Jonah Mutton[5]; / 7. 52B-Matt Billings[9]; 8. 08-Steven Beckett[8]; 9. 99-Joshua Hill[7]; 10. 2C-John Cadman[10]; 11. 69K-Ken Hamilton[11]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 10 laps – NT
1. 12DD-Darren Dryden[2]; 2. 5D-Jacob Dykstra[3]; 3. 7-Eric Gledhill[1]; 4. 5C-Conor Mahoney[5]; 5. 97-Sheldon Bender[6]; 6. 20-Johnny Miller[8]; / 7. 77T-Tyeller Powless[11]; 8. 26-John Verney[7]; 9. BS39-Brett Stratford[4]; 10. 16X-Keegan Baker[10]; 11. 48-Andrew Marshall[9]

Heat Race 4 [Started] 10 laps – 2:32.358
1. 2M-Steve Murdock[2]; 2. 49L-Lucas Smith[1]; 3. 19-Mathieu Bardier[4]; 4. 50LS-Adrian Stahle[6]; 5. 4B-Darrell Pelletier[5]; 6. 51-Trevor Young[3]; / 7. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[8]; 8. MK8-Matt Hill[7]; 9. 28-Jordan Hill[9]; 10. 420-Victor Bomberry[10]

Pole Dash [Started] 5 laps – 1:16.062 NTR
1. 2M-Steve Murdock[4]; 2. 12DD-Darren Dryden[2]; 3. 31-Dale Curran[6]; 4. 71-Mike Bowman[7]; 5. 5D-Jacob Dykstra[8]; 6. 52-Jesse Costa[5]; 7. 51L-Lee Ladouceur[3]; 8. 14-Larry Gledhill[1]

B-Main [Started] 12 laps – NT
1. 77T-Tyeller Powless[1]; 2. 52B-Matt Billings[2]; 3. 9C-Brian Nanticoke[4]; 4. 45-Curtis Gartly[6]; 5. 26-John Verney[8]; 6. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[3]; / 7. BS39-Brett Stratford[15]; 8. 08-Steven Beckett[5]; 9. 26X-Terry Baker[9]; 10. 28-Jordan Hill[10]; 11. 2C-John Cadman[12]; 12. 2-Travis Hofstetter[13]; 13. MK8-Matt Hill[7]; 14. 48-Andrew Marshall[17]; 15. 16X-Keegan Baker[14]; 16. 420-Victor Bomberry[18]; 17. 69K-Ken Hamilton[16]; 18. 21-Braedan Burning[19]; 19. (DNF) 99-Joshua Hill[11]
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Pinty’s Knights of Thunder 360 Sprint Car Series (33 Entries)

A-Main [Started] 25 laps – 6:20.502
1. 79-Jordan Thomas[1]; 2. 9-Liam Martin[2]; 3. 45H-Chuck Hebing[6]; 4. 88H-Josh Hansen[4]; 5. 10C-Paulie Colagiovanni[14]; 6. 11J-Chris Jones[8]; 7. 46C-Ryan Coniam[11]; 8. 5-DJ Christie[5]; 9. 0J-Lynton Jeffrey[18]; 10. 68-Aaron Turkey[10]; 11. 13-Cory Turner[3]; 12. 45-Nick Sheridan[16]; 13. 10-Mitch Brown[15]; 14. 15-Ryan Turner[13]; 15. 70-Baily Heard[23]; 16. 01K-Mikey Kruchka[21]; 17. 94-Todd Hoddick[9]; 18. 7NY-Matt Farnham[7]; 19. 21K-Kyle Phillips[22]; 20. 0-Glenn Styres[17]; 21. 14H-Jim Huppunen[20]; 22. 1 10-Jake Brown[19]; 23. 3G-Dale Gosselin[24]; 24. (DNF) 90-Travis Cunningham[12]
Hard Charger – Paulie Colagiovanni +9

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – 1:52.682
1. 45H-Chuck Hebing[2]; 2. 11J-Chris Jones[4]; 3. 5-DJ Christie[8]; 4. 90-Travis Cunningham[6]; 5. 68-Aaron Turkey[9]; / 6. 87X-Shone Evans[3]; 7. 94X-Scott Hall[1]; 8. 21-John Burbridge Jr[7]; 9. (DNF) 84-Tyler Rand[5]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – 1:50.298
1. 79-Jordan Thomas – Harding, Pennsylvania [2]; 2. 46C-Ryan Coniam – Denver, Colorado [1]; 3. 10C-Paulie Colagiovanni – Cicero, New York [3]; 4. 0J-Lynton Jeffrey – Prairie City, Iowa [4]; 5. 1 10-Jake Brown – Brantford [6]; / 6. 01K-Mikey Kruchka – Hamilton [7]; 7. 70-Baily Heard – Niagara Falls [5]; 8. 1-Holly Porter – Dorchester [8]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 8 laps – 1:53.228
1. 88H-Josh Hansen – Beamsville [4]; 2. 94-Todd Hoddick – North Tonawanda, New York [2]; 3. 9-Liam Martin – Binbrook [5]; 4. 15-Ryan Turner – Dunnville [6]; 5. 14H-Jim Huppunen – Welland [3]; / 6. 3G-Dale Gosselin – Saint-Pie, Quebec [7]; 7. 11-Jamie Turner – Caistor Centre [8]; 8. 46-Kevin Pauls – St. Catharines [1]

Heat Race 4 [Started] 8 laps – 1:53.474
1. 7NY-Matt Farnham – Tonawanda, New York [1]; 2. 13-Cory Turner – Caistor Centre [4]; 3. 10-Mitch Brown – Brantford [3]; 4. 45-Nick Sheridan – Mount Brydges [5]; 5. 0-Glenn Styres – Ohsweken [7]; / 6. 21K-Kyle Phillips – Grand Island, New York [8]; 7. 70MM-Dave McKnight – Brampton [6]; 8. 0C-Cole MacDonald – Waterdown [2]

B-Main [Started] 12 laps – 2:54.268
1. 01K-Mikey Kruchka[2]; 2. 21K-Kyle Phillips[1]; 3. 70-Baily Heard[7]; 4. 3G-Dale Gosselin[3]; / 5. 87X-Shone Evans[5]; 6. 1-Holly Porter[8]; 7. 46-Kevin Pauls[12]; 8. 21-John Burbridge Jr[9]; 9. 70MM-Dave McKnight [6]; 10. 0C-Cole MacDonald[11]; 11. (DNF) 94X-Scott Hall[10]; 12. (DNF) 11-Jamie Turner[4]; 13. (DNS) 84-Tyler Rand
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About Ohsweken Speedway: Opened in 1996, Ohsweken Speedway is a motorsports complex and event centre featuring a 3/8 mile clay oval auto racing track and 1/6 mile clay oval Micro Sprint and Karting track. The facility is owned by the Styres family, and located in the village of Ohsweken, Ontario, Canada. Ohsweken’s weekly Friday Night Excitement racing program runs from May to September each year, featuring 360 Sprint Cars, Crate Sprint Cars, Thunder Stocks, and Mini Stocks, while the facility also hosts weekly Micro Sprint and Kart racing on Thursday nights. Several major events highlight the annual schedule including the track’s signature event – the Canadian Sprint Car Nationals.

 

 

RYAN TURNER CLAIMS 18TH RUNNING OF THE CANADIAN SPRINT CAR NATIONALS; BOWMAN COMPLETES AST SWEEP
Second CSCN Triumph For Turner

By Tommy Goudge

OHSWEKEN, Ont. (September 17, 2022) – Ryan Turner claimed $10,000 and the second Canadian Sprint Car Nationals win of his career on Saturday night at Ohsweken Speedway, while Mike Bowman was the victor in the Action Sprint Tour fueled by Pinty’s Crate Sprint Car event. A total of 74 drivers competed in the 18th Running of the Canadian Sprint Car Nationals presented by Nitro 54 Variety and Arrow Express, including 36 360 Sprint Cars and 38 Crate Sprint Cars.

Canadian Sprint Car Nationals 360 Sprint Cars

Mikey Kruchka and Jordan Poirier earned front row starting spots for the 35 lap CSCN A-Main, both looking for their first Canadian Sprint Car Nationals win. Poirier took command early, looking to follow in his uncle Steve’s footsteps. Paulie Colagiovanni took the second spot from Kruchka on lap two and went after Poirier. The leaders were already beginning to close in on traffic on lap five, but got a reprieve when Nick Sheridan brought out the yellow flag with a broken rear end.

The double-file restart gave Colagiovanni a shot at the lead, but Poirier took command again while Ryan Turner moved into third past Kruchka. Colagiovanni was close behind Poirier and looking to pounce, but the race was slowed again on lap eight when Lynton Jeffrey and Chuck Hebing made contact on the frontstretch; Jeffrey’s car suffered significant front end damage and put the Australian driver out of the race. D.J. Christie also stopped on the track with left front suspension damage which eventually ended his race.

Poirier, Colagiovanni, and Turner restarted in the top three, while Liam Martin, Kruchka, and Kyle Phillips made up the other half of the top six. Martin powered around the outside on the restart, but got pinched between Colagiovanni and the backstretch wall; the contact was enough to break Martin’s rear end and bring out another yellow flag.

Poirier held serve on the next restart with Colagiovanni close behind, while Phillips and Turner diced for third. Row 12 starter Jason Barney moved into the top five, while Friday night winner Jordan Thomas also moved past Kruchka. The next yellow flag came out with 11 laps complete when Todd Hoddick stopped on the track with a mechanical issue.

Colagiovanni took the lead away from Poirier on the restart, while Poirier fell into the clutches of Ryan Turner. A slide job on lap 18 briefly got Turner past Poirier and in a position to challenge Colagiovanni just as they started to encounter traffic. Poirier’s counter was cut short when Barney caught the frontstretch wall and flipped violently. Barney was shaken up, but able to walk away from his badly-damaged car. Going back to the last completed lap put Poirier back into second, and he subsequently inherited the lead when a fuel leak during the stoppage forced Colagiovanni to the pit area and ended his bid for a second CSCN victory.

The race restarted just short of the halfway mark with Poirier leading, followed by Ryan Turner, Phillips, Kruchka, and Thomas. Poirier held the lead again, while Kruchka drove around the outside of Phillips to take third. Turner went after Poirier and took the lead as the two were lapping Dale Gosselin in turn two with 11 laps remaining, and Kruchka then took second from Poirier on the next lap. Another yellow flag appeared on lap 30 when Ryan Coniam spun in turn four.

The single-file restart with five laps left saw Turner, Kruchka, Poirier, Phillips, and Hebing in the top five. Turner doggedly stuck to the low side of the track while Kruchka searched for a way past on the outside. Kruchka made a bold move on lap 34 diving low between Turner and the inside wall in turn one, but Kruchka slid high and Turner drove back around him. Poirier got a shot at Kruchka while Turner drove under the white flag, but Phillips stopped high in turn four to bring out the yellow flag and force a one lap dash to the finish.

Turner had a good restart and drove to the win with Kruchka settling for the runner-up spot. Hebing slipped past Poirier on the last lap to claim the final podium spot, while Mitch Brown rounded out the top five. Josh Hansen, Cory Turner, Jordan Thomas, Glenn Styres, and Baily Heard rounded out the top ten.

The unique circumstances of 2022 allowed Turner to claim two Canadian Sprint Car Nationals wins in one season, a feat that is unlikely to ever be possible again. He also did it with two different cars and two different teams following his move to the No. 15 in August.

“I think we’ve just been gaining speed and winning this race shows just how much we’ve really been gaining,” Turner exclaimed. “Our crew killed it all night; they were thrashing right before we went out, changing tires, changing rims. They worked their butts off.”

Kruchka wasn’t unhappy with second and the $5,000 payday, but wished the race had stayed green. Still, it was a good finish for the veteran driver who has had his share of CSCN heartbreak in the past.

“It’s frustrating because we only get typically one shot at this a year, and then to come so close…” lamented Kruchka. “I’m sure I had a better car running around the top; I just I knew it was going to be a long race and I packed it full of fuel but I was scared to pack it too much because sometimes you get a stumble at the start. I didn’t need that last caution…with the momentum I think we would have been alright, but (on the restart) I got a couple bumbles and I was just praying to hang on to second.”

Chuck Hebing added to his illustrious Canadian Sprint Car Nationals resume with his sixth top-five CSCN finish and third podium.

“We survived…a couple of the guys had trouble up front,” Hebing observed. “We were better on cold tires than we were on hot tires; you know we haven’t been up here in so long and we will make some changes for next time, but it was good to be back.”

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Action Sprint Tour fueled by Pinty’s Crate Sprint Cars

Lucas Smith and Austin Roes drew front row starting spots for the 25 lap Crate Sprint Car A-Main. A $5,000 prize awaited the winner, as Mike Bowman chose the brand new crate engine as his prize for winning the Canadian Crate Nationals the previous night.

Jacob Dykstra took the lead and was looking to regain some of the advantage he lost in the AST points standings following his disqualification on Friday night. The only major incident of the race occurred when John Cadman clipped the frontstretch wall and flipped hard. The veteran of pavement racing emerged uninjured and vowed to return for more fun on the dirt.

AST championship contender Mathieu Bardier brought out a yellow flag just past the halfway mark, briefly heading to the pit area before salvaging a 16th place finish. Bowman had fallen back early in the race but charged forward after the yellow flag, using traffic to catch and pass Smith, Steve Murdock, and Dykstra to take the win and sweep the weekend. Dykstra settled for the runner-up spot, followed by Murdock, Smith, and Darren Dryden, another AST championship hopeful.

Up Next at Ohsweken Speedway
Ohsweken Speedway will officially wrap-up its 2022 season in November with the annual Night of Champions Award Celebration. The 2022 division champions and top points finishers in all four weekly Friday Night Excitement divisions will receive their awards and cash from the championship points fund. Stay tuned to www.ohswekenspeedway.com for more information in the coming weeks.

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Ohsweken Speedway Statistical Report
Saturday, September 17 2022
Ohsweken, Ontario, Canada
18th Running of the Canadian Sprint Car Nationals
presented by Nitro 54 Variety & Arrow Express
Total Entries: 74

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Canadian Sprint Car Nationals 360 Sprint Cars (36 Entries – Pinty’s Knights of Thunder 360 Sprint Car Series w/Empire Super Sprints, Kool Kidz-Corr/Pak 360 Sprint Cars, Patriot Sprint Tour, & Southern Ontario Sprints)

A-Main [Started] 35 laps – NT
1. 15-Ryan Turner[4]; 2. 01K-Mikey Kruchka[1]; 3. 45H-Chuck Hebing[13]; 4. 28-Jordan Poirier[2]; 5. 10-Mitch Brown[12]; 6. 88H-Josh Hansen[17]; 7. 13-Cory Turner[15]; 8. 79-Jordan Thomas[11]; 9. 0-Glenn Styres[10]; 10. 70-Baily Heard[19]; 11. 84-Tyler Rand[30]; 12. 1-Holly Porter[27]; 13. 87X-Shone Evans[7]; 14. 14H-Jim Huppunen[21]; 15. 7NY-Matt Farnham[26]; 16. 1 10-Jake Brown[22]; 17. 21K-Kyle Phillips[8]; 18. 81-Derek Jonathan[16]; 19. 46-Kevin Pauls[29]; 20. (DNF) 46C-Ryan Coniam[28]; 21. (DNF) 3G-Dale Gosselin[25]; 22. (DNF) 90-Travis Cunningham[18]; 23. (DNF) 10C-Paulie Colagiovanni[3]; 24. (DNF) 87-Jason Barney[23]; 25. (DNF) 94-Todd Hoddick[24]; 26. (DNF) 5-DJ Christie[20]; 27. (DNF) 9-Liam Martin[5]; 28. (DNF) 0J-Lynton Jeffrey[6]; 29. (DNF) 11-Jamie Turner[14]; 30. (DNF) 45-Nick Sheridan[9]
A-Main Lap Leaders – Jordan Poirier 1-11, 18-24; Paulie Colagiovanni 12-17; Ryan Turner 25-35
Hard Charger – Tyler Rand +19

Awards:
-A-Main Winner Bonus: Ryan Turner (Free Fire Suit – EPIC Racewear)
-Bill Peer Memorial Best Appearing Car: Matt Farnham ($350 – Corr/Pak Merchandising)
-Travis Rutz Long Tow: Ryan Coniam ($250 – Niagara Golf Lounge at Best Western Cairn Croft Hotel)
-Fastest Qualifier: Todd Hoddick ($300 – Qwick Wick)
-Fastest Canadian Qualifier: Mitch Brown ($300 – Ohsweken Speedway)
-Rookie of the Nationals: Baily Heard ($250 – Slack Lumber)
-Hard Charger: Tyler Rand ($300 – Nitro 54 Variety)
-Larry Gartly Memorial Last Chance Hard Charger: Tyler Rand ($200 – Doddey Creek Agri Services)
-George Huppunen Memorial Hard Luck: Nick Sheridan ($400 – Huppunen Brothers)

Qualifications Flight 1
1. 94 Todd Hoddick – North Tonawanda, New York – 13.814; 2. 10 Mitch Brown – Brantford – 13.904; 3. 0J Lynton Jeffrey – Prairie City, Iowa – 13.919; 4. 45 Nick Sheridan – Mount Brydges – 14.129; 5. 13 Cory Turner – 14.140; 6. 87X Shone Evans – Scotland – 14.261; 7. 10C Paulie Colagiovanni – Cicero, New York – 14.265; 8. 46C Ryan Coniam – Denver, Colorado – 14.285; / 9. 90 Travis Cunningham – Grimsby – 14.329; 10. 1 Holly Porter – Dorchester – 14.388; 11. 11J Chris Jones – Picton – 14.453; 12. 14H Jim Huppunen – Welland – 14.471; 13. 0 Glenn Styres – Ohsweken – 14.485; 14. 81 Derek Jonathan – Lewiston, New York – 14.550; 15. 3G Dale Gosselin – Saint-Pie, Quebec – 14.606; 16. 21 John Burbridge Jr – St. Williams – 14.640; 17. 0C Cole MacDonald – Waterdown – 15.322; 18. 28 Jordan Poirier – Saint-Mathieu-de-Beloeil, Quebec – NT

Qualifications Flight 2
1. 45H Chuck Hebing – Ontario, New York – 14.051; 2. 01K Mikey Kruchka – Hamilton – 14.069; 3. 15R Ryan Turner – Dunnville – 14.099; 4. 88H Josh Hansen – Beamsville – 14.189; 5. 9 Liam Martin – Binbrook – 14.195; 6. 79 Jordan Thomas – Harding, Pennsylvania – 14.269; 7. 70 Baily Heard – Niagara Falls – 14.341; 8. 5 D.J. Christie – Beachville – 14.388; / 9. 110 Jake Brown – Brantford – 14.445; 10. 87 Jason Barney – Brewerton, New York – 14.560; 11. 11 Jamie Turner – Caistor Centre – 14.705; 12. 21K Kyle Phillips – Grand Island, New York – 14.718; 13. 7NY Matt Farnham – Tonawanda, New York – 14.719; 14. 13KG Keith Granholm – Syracuse, New York – 14.751; 15. 70MM Dave McKnight – Brampton – 14.899; 16. 84 Tyler Rand – Picton – 14.973; 17. 46 Kevin Pauls – St. Catharines – 15.249; 18. 94X Scott Hall – Wilsonville – NT

Heat Race 1 [Started] 10 laps – NT
1. 10C-Paulie Colagiovanni[1]; 2. 0J-Lynton Jeffrey[3]; 3. 13-Cory Turner[2]; 4. 0-Glenn Styres[7]; 5. 90-Travis Cunningham[5]; 6. 94-Todd Hoddick[4]; / 7. 3G-Dale Gosselin[8]; 8. (DNF) 11J-Chris Jones[6]; 9. (DNS) 0C-Cole MacDonald

Heat Race 2 [Started] 10 laps – NT
1. 87X-Shone Evans[2]; 2. 45-Nick Sheridan[3]; 3. 10-Mitch Brown[4]; 4. 28-Jordan Poirier[9]; 5. 81-Derek Jonathan[7]; 6. 14H-Jim Huppunen[6]; / 7. 1-Holly Porter[5]; 8. 46C-Ryan Coniam[1]; 9. 21-John Burbridge Jr[8]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 10 laps – 2:29.221
1. 9-Liam Martin[2]; 2. 15-Ryan Turner[3]; 3. 45H-Chuck Hebing[4]; 4. 11-Jamie Turner[6]; 5. 70-Baily Heard[1]; 6. 1 10-Jake Brown[5]; / 7. 7NY-Matt Farnham[7]; 8. 46-Kevin Pauls[9]; 9. 70M&M-Dave McKnight Jr[8]

Heat Race 4 [Started] 10 laps – 2:29.720
1. 01K-Mikey Kruchka[4]; 2. 79-Jordan Thomas[2]; 3. 21K-Kyle Phillips[6]; 4. 88H-Josh Hansen[3]; 5. 5-DJ Christie[1]; 6. 87-Jason Barney[5]; / 7. 13K-Keith Granholm[7]; 8. 84-Tyler Rand[8]; 9. (DNS) 94X-Scott Hall

Pole Dash [Started] 5 laps – 1:12.293
1. 01K-Mikey Kruchka[1]; 2. 28-Jordan Poirier[4]; 3. 10C-Paulie Colagiovanni[6]; 4. 15-Ryan Turner[8]; 5. 9-Liam Martin[2]; 6. 0J-Lynton Jeffrey[7]; 7. 87X-Shone Evans[3]; 8. 21K-Kyle Phillips[5]

B-Main [Started] 12 laps – NT
1. 3G-Dale Gosselin[1]; 2. 7NY-Matt Farnham[3]; 3. 1-Holly Porter[5]; 4. 46C-Ryan Coniam[10]; 5. 46-Kevin Pauls[4]; 6. 84-Tyler Rand[6]; / 7. 21-John Burbridge Jr[8]; 8. 70M&M-Dave McKnight Jr[9]; 9. 13K-Keith Granholm[2]; 10. (DNS) 11J-Chris Jones; 11. (DNS) 0C-Cole MacDonald; 12. (DNS) 94X-Scott Hall
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Action Sprint Tour fueled by Pinty’s Crate Sprint Car Series (38 Entries)

A-Main [Started] 25 laps – NT
1. 71-Mike Bowman[3]; 2. 5D-Jacob Dykstra[6]; 3. 2M-Steve Murdock[8]; 4. 49L-Lucas Smith[1]; 5. 12DD-Darren Dryden[7]; 6. BS39-Brett Stratford[4]; 7. 52-Jesse Costa[11]; 8. 31-Dale Curran[9]; 9. 51L-Lee Ladouceur[22]; 10. 19D-Allan Downey[13]; 11. 7-Eric Gledhill[15]; 12. 52B-Matt Billings[20]; 13. 74-Rob Neely[23]; 14. 3S-Austin Roes[2]; 15. 4B-Darrell Pelletier[5]; 16. 19-Mathieu Bardier[10]; 17. 39-Jonah Mutton[17]; 18. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[24]; 19. 94-Ryan Fraser[21]; 20. 51-Trevor Young[12]; 21. 9C-Brian Nanticoke[16]; 22. 26-John Verney[18]; 23. 20-Johnny Miller[14]; 24. (DNF) 2C-John Cadman[19]
Hard Charger – Lee Ladouceur +13

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – NT
1. 51-Trevor Young – Ancaster [1]; 2. 4B-Darrell Pelletier – Port Perry [6]; 3. BS39-Brett Stratford – Wainfleet [7]; 4. 9C-Brian Nanticoke – Ohsweken [4]; 5. 19D-Allan Downey – Hamilton [10]; / 6. 94-Ryan Fraser – Tillsonburg [9]; 7. 74-Rob Neely – Rockwood [5]; 8. 08-Steven Beckett – Fenwick [8]; 9. 2-Travis Hofstetter – Stratford [2]; 10. 26X-Terry Baker – Ancaster [3]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – NT
1. 71-Mike Bowman – St. Catharines [10]; 2. 19-Mathieu Bardier – Pierreville, Quebec [4]; 3. 3S-Austin Roes – Mossley [8]; 4. 26-John Verney – Salmon Arm, British Columbia [2]; 5. 52B-Matt Billings – Brockvile [1]; / 6. 77T-Tyeller Powless – Ohsweken [9]; 7. 50LS-Adrian Stahle – Kitchener [7]; 8. 29W-Tyler Ward – Beachville [6]; 9. 5C-Conor Mahoney – Waterdown [5]; 10. 16X-Keegan Baker – Ancaster [3]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 8 laps – 2:02.835
1. 5D-Jacob Dykstra – Port Colborne [5]; 2. 52-Jesse Costa – St. Thomas [4]; 3. 7-Eric Gledhill – Thamesford [1]; 4. 31-Dale Curran – Bowmanville [9]; 5. 2C-John Cadman – Smithville [2]; / 6. 51L-Lee Ladouceur – Alexandria [8]; 7. 14-Larry Gledhill – Thamesford [3]; 8. 77E-Ashton VanEvery – Ohsweken [6]; 9. 97-Sheldon Bender – Ethel [7]

Heat Race 4 [Started] 8 laps – NT
1. 12DD-Darren Dryden – Freelton [4]; 2. 49L-Lucas Smith – Brantford [8]; 3. 2M-Steve Murdock – Georgetown [7]; 4. 20-Johnny Miller – Six Nations [5]; 5. 39-Jonah Mutton – Brighton [6]; / 6. 85C-Cam MacKinnon – Ridgeway [2]; 7. MK8-Matt Hill – Ohsweken [3]; 8. 88-Lance Erskine – Brantford [1]; 9. (DNF) 69K-Ken Hamilton – St. George [9]

B-Main [Started] 12 laps – NT
1. 94-Ryan Fraser[1]; 2. 51L-Lee Ladouceur[3]; 3. 74-Rob Neely[6]; 4. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[11]; / 5. 26X-Terry Baker[17]; 6. 08-Steven Beckett[9]; 7. 85C-Cam MacKinnon[4]; 8. 97-Sheldon Bender[13]; 9. 14-Larry Gledhill[7]; 10. 2-Travis Hofstetter[16]; 11. 16X-Keegan Baker[18]; 12. 77T-Tyeller Powless[2]; 13. 29W-Tyler Ward[10]; 14. (DNF) 50LS-Adrian Stahle[5]; 15. (DNF) 69K-Ken Hamilton[12]; 16. (DNF) MK8-Matt Hill[8]; 17. (DNF) 88-Lance Erskine[14]; 18. (DNS) 5C-Conor Mahoney
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Reed Cruises To Victory in Selinsgrove ‘Race to Hunting Season’

Austin Reed of Etters captured his second major race of the River Valley Builders PA Sprint Series 2022 season Saturday, leading from start to finish to capture the Pennsylvania Game Commission-sponsored “Race to Hunting Season” at Selinsgrove Speedway.

The win came two-and-a-half months after the White Tails Down/MRO Car Removal/Stevie Carr/Mac Stack/Save Rite Auto Body/Snelbaker Flooring #34 team’s victory in the Nittany 40 at Clinton County Speedway. Those have been the two highest-paying PASS events among the 33 run so far this year.

That Clinton County race had featured a furious battle between Reed and Garrett Bard, but while Selinsgrove was hardly easy, nobody got alongside Reed to attempt a pass, and his final margin of victory over runner-up Josh Spicer of Julian was 1.615 seconds.

That performance clinched a second-place finish in the season points.

The moment of uncertainty for Reed’s win came on lap 17, when Doug Dodson hit the wall in turn two, bringing out the race’s only caution and erasing a huge lead. But Reed got a good jump on the restart, and the crowd’s attention soon turned to a torrid battle for third place between Logan Spahr of Lewisberry and Bard, newly crowned 2022 PASS champion from Wells Tannery. For several laps they traded slide jobs and raced side-by-side before Bard edged into possession of the spot.

By that time, though, it was too late to catch Spicer in second, and Reed was cruising in the lead, heading for his fourth PASS win of the year, putting him in a tie with Dodson for most victories after Bard’s 11.

For Spicer, the second place was a career best, coming after a couple of front-running efforts that weren’t reflected in good finishes, and it earned him a claim to the “next-driver-to-win-a-PASS-feature-for-the-first-time” label.

Behind Bard and Spahr, Christian Rumsey of Middletown, N.Y., who earlier set fast time in qualifying, came how fifth, advancing seven positions from his 12th-place start.

The race’s hard charger, though, was Watsontown’s Kenny Heffner, who moved up 11 positions from 22nd to 11th. Scott Frack advanced eight positions, and Seth Schnoke equaled Rumsey with an advance of seven spots. Heffner’s effort earned him a right rear tire, courtesy of Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic.

Completing the top 10 were Ken Duke Jr., Zach Rhodes, Jeff Weaver, Erin Statler, and Frack.

Heat race winners for the 30-car field were Weaver, Duke, Reed, and Jason Roush. W.C. Eshenaur & Son added $150 to the purse for each heat race winner. Fred Arnold took the b-main.

The race took considerably longer than anticipated to start. Timmy Bittner had a problem and flipped out over the fourth-turn wall as the cars were lining up. Bittner’s car ended up in the catch fence protecting the pit area, and required some time to disentangle. The driver was OK, but the car was done.

Once the race started, Dodson’s accident just past the two-thirds mark created the only caution. Three of the four heat races went non-stop, as did the b-main.

The Game Commission sponsorship included more than doubling the standard PASS purse, with $900 going to the race winner, and $450 to the last-place starter. This keeps the faith with RaceSaver racing’s commitment to equitable purse distribution among all racers. The race winner also received a custom Belair watch (with logos for the race, PASS, and the speedway) valued at more than $400, donated by Foss Jeweler’s of Selinsgrove.

A special t-shirt also was developed for the race, and a contingent of Game Commission team members were on hand to talk with fans, anticipating the strong interest cross-over between racing and hunting/trapping.

Game Commission Executive Director Bryan Burhans was the Grand Marshal for the races and waved the green flag for the PASS/IMCA/RaceSaver feature.

Several PASS teams displayed their cars in front of the speedway entrance and signed hero cards for fans.

The River Valley Builders PASS tour returns to Selinsgrove next Saturday for the speedway’s season finale, the Jim Nace Memorial 40th Anniversary National Open for 410 sprints. The PASS racers will run qualifying events and a 20-lap feature as the night’s only support division.

The 2022 River Valley Builders PASS season will conclude October 22 at Port Royal Speedway with the annual running of the Keystone RaceSaver Challenge, the “Blue Collar Classic,” another high-payout race and annually the biggest car turnout of the season.

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

Race Results from Selinsgrove Speedway, Saturday, September 17

HEAT 1 – 1. 52-Jeff Weaver; 2. 95-Garrett Bard; 3. 25-Dustin Young; 4. 20-Doug Dodson; 5. 10-Jake Waters; 6. 88-Fred Arnold; 7. 97-Kenny Heffner; 8. 89-Lance Yeager.

HEAT 2 – 1. 67-Ken Duke Jr.; 2. 31-Zach Rhodes; 3. 5-Logan Spahr; 4. 01-Timmy Bittner; 5. 39X-Scott Frack; 6. R6-Reed Thompson; 7. 56-Tyler Snook (DNF).

HEAT 3 – 1. 34-Austin Reed; 2. 5J-Logan Jones; 3 1R-Christian Rumsey; 4. 17-Owen Dimm; 5. 18-Ian Detweiler; 6. 29R-Seth Schnoke; 7. 9-Mariah Romig. DNS – 36-Mike Melair.

HEAT 4 – 1. 28R-Jason Roush; 2. 2-Erin Statler; 3. 71-Josh Spicer; 4. 1M-Paul Moyer; 5 26-Ryan Lynn; 6. 107-Colton Hoover; 7. 19-Kruz Kepner (DNF).

B-MAIN – 1. 88-Fred Arnold; 2. 97-Kenny Heffner; 3. 29R-Seth Schnoke; 4. R6-Reed Thompson; 5. 19-Kruz Kepner; 6. 107-Colton Hoover; 7. 9-Mariah Romig. DNS – 89-Lance Yeager; 56-Tyler Snook; 36-Mike Melair.

FEATURE – 1. 34-Austin Reed; 2. 71-Josh Spicer; 3. 95-Garrett Bard; 4. 5-Logan Spahr; 5. 1R-Christian Rumsey; 6. 67-Ken Duke Jr.; 7. 31-Zach Rhodes; 8. 52-Jeff Weaver; 9. 2-Erin Statler; 10. 39X-Scott Frack; 11. 97-Kenny Heffner; 12. 25-Dustin Young; 13. 28R-Jason Roush; 14 5J-Logan Jones; 15. 10-Jake Waters; 16. 29R-Seth Schnoke; 17. 1M-Paul Moyer; 18. R6-Reed Thompson; 19. 26-Ryan Lynn; 20. 88-Fred Arnold (DNF); 21. 20-Doug Dodson (DNF); 22. 17-Owen Dimm (DNF); 23. 9-Mariah Romig (DNF); 24. 18-Ian Detweiler (DNF); 25. 19-Kruz Kepner (DNF). DNS – 01-Timmy Bittner. DNQ – 107-Colton Hoover; 89-Lance Yeager; 56-Tyler Snook; 36-Mike Melair.

 

 

O’Reilly Auto Parts Wayne County Speedway

ORRVILLE – Cole Macedo is amid the best season of his young career, and the budding sprint car star put the exclamation point on it Saturday evening at the O’Reilly Auto Parts Wayne County Speedway near Orrville.

The Lemoore, California ace led all 35 laps of the $15,000-to-win Pete Jacobs Memorial, banking his largest payday in the process and his 12th overall victory of 2022 and second at WCS. Macedo’s triumph came aboard the Ray Brooks Racing-owned, Steve and Matt Linder-wrenched 18 in the rescheduled event that was originally slated for Labor Day weekend.

In the companion 305 sprint car program, Sandusky’s Brian Sebetto wired the field in claiming the $1,100-to-win 25-lap main event featuring many of the Attica-Fremont Speedway’s regulars. Sebetto’s winning ride came aboard Rich Farmer’s familiar black and blue 29.

Although Macedo entered the event as one of the heavy favorites, it was anything but easy for the transplanted west coast driver who calls Fremont home during the summer months. Sprint Car Hall of Famer and 2018 Pete Jacobs winner Tim Shaffer dogged Macedo’s Gill Construction-sponsored mount the entire distance before claiming the $6,000 second place payday while local favorite Trey Jacobs thrilled his hometown crowd by charging to third from his 24th starting slot.

Tyler Street recorded his ninth top-four finish of the season by claiming fourth, with “Lady Lightning” Paige Polyak rounding out the top five. Street also took home the $400 bonus by setting fast time courtesy of Jeff and Shannon Andrews of Integrity Auto and Truck Sales of Bucyrus.

Shaffer stayed glued to Macedo’s bumper during the early stages of the event, before a red for Stuart Brubaker halted action on lap three. WCS regular Chris Myers, western Pennsylvania up-and-comer Leyton Wagner, and newly crowned track champion Henry Malcuit diced it up behind the front row starters until Wagner jumped the cushion in turn 2 and exited the ballpark on lap 11. Both Brubaker and Wagner escaped injury.

Malcuit retired to the pit area a few laps later while challenging Shaffer for third, with local favorite Danny Mumaw doing likewise while running sixth. Shaffer closed to within two car lengths while Macedo negotiated lapped traffic during laps 18-25 before clean air vaulted his advantage before Shaffer once again closed the gap to a car length before another yellow slowed the field on lap 32.

“I wasn’t making good laps at all during traffic, and even though l didn’t know how close, l knew Tim had to have been right there,” said Macedo. “I think that yellow (lap 32) actually helped me because the brackets on our front wing actually broke and we were much better in clean air.”

Just after Macedo and the leaders took the white flag, however, a major mishap occurred in turn 1 as Myers, while losing power, was clipped and spun sideways with Ricky Peterson tagging the yellow 38 and flipping. Caleb Griffith also got upside down while trying to avoid the mayhem, with all three escaping uninjured but done for the night.

A white and green flag one-lap shootout followed with Macedo cruising home to victory with Shaffer a close second.

“We gave this thing all it had, but just wasn’t quite enough,” said Shaffer beside his Trevor Baker No. 45 tribute car in honor of the fallen former WCS competitor. “We closed on Cole in traffic, but he was better on restarts and an open track.”

Sebetto’s victory was less dramatic, but every bit as impressive. The former 410 track champion at Attica and Fremont rode the high side to a dominating victory, leading by nearly a half of lap on two different occasions.

“This track suits my style of running on the rail, and it seemed like no one else was riding the high line,” said Sebetto. “Rich (Farmer) has great equipment, and my crew deserves all the credit. We don’t race much, but tonight was a lot of fun and the track was just awesome.”

Tyler Shullick rode home second with Jimmy McGrath, Tyler Gunn, and Haldon Miller completing the top 5. Kasey Jedrzejek, while running third, catapulted over the guardrail between turns 3 and 4 on lap three to bring out the red. The winner of the recent Fremont Speedway annual Fair race escaped uninjured. Jeremy Lusk took home the $100 fast time award bonus from Integrity Auto and Truck Sales.

The next event on the WCS schedule is Sheldon Haudenschild’s High Limit Sprint Car Series Buckeye Brawl on Tuesday Sept. 27.

Pete Jacobs Memorial + 305 Sprints 09-17-2022 - Sprint Cars - Pine Tree Towing & Recovery

Qualifying 1.4*-Tyler Street, 14.215; 2.18-Cole Macedo, 14.439; 3.38K-Chris Myers, 14.482; 4.45-Tim Shaffer, 14.524; 5.16-Danny Mumaw, 14.578; 6.35-Stuart Brubaker, 14.616; 7.9-Ricky Peterson, 14.687; 8.70-Henry Malcuit, 14.692; 9.3J-Trey Jacobs, 14.766; 10.38-Leyton Wagner, 14.775; 11.23-Bryan Sebetto, 14.831; 12.8-Zach Ames, 14.961; 13.21-Andre Layfield, 15.053; 14.97-Greg Wilson, 15.073; 15.1M-Jamie Myers, 15.086; 16.19-Paige Polyak, 15.218; 17.22-Ryan Broughton, 15.332; 18.11-Shawn Hubler, 15.449; 19.20-Danial Burkhart, 15.486; 20.D12-Jason Dolick, 15.538; 21.33W-Caleb Griffith, 15.608; 22.7DK-Dylan Kingan, 15.620; 23.14Z-Wyatt Zimmerman, 15.850; 24.6J-Jonah Aumend, 16.206;

Heat 1 - (8 Laps) 1. 38-Leyton Wagner[1] ; 2. 45-Tim Shaffer[3] ; 3. 4*-Tyler Street[4] ; 4. 9-Ricky Peterson[2] ; 5. 19-Paige Polyak[6] ; 6. 21-Andre Layfield[5] ; 7. 7DK-Dylan Kingan[8] ; 8. 20-Danial Burkhart[7]

Heat 2 - (8 Laps) 1. 70-Henry Malcuit[2] ; 2. 18-Cole Macedo[4] ; 3. 16-Danny Mumaw[3] ; 4. 23-Bryan Sebetto[1] ; 5. 97-Greg Wilson[5] ; 6. 22-Ryan Broughton[6] ; 7. D12-Jason Dolick[7] ; 8. 14Z-Wyatt Zimmerman[8]

Heat 3 - (8 Laps) 1. 38K-Chris Myers[4] ; 2. 35-Stuart Brubaker[3] ; 3. 1M-Jamie Myers[5] ; 4. 8-Zach Ames[1] ; 5. 33W-Caleb Griffith[7] ; 6. 11-Shawn Hubler[6] ; 7. 6J-Jonah Aumend[8] ; 8. 3J-Trey Jacobs[2]

Dash - (6 Laps) 1. 18-Cole Macedo[2] ; 2. 45-Tim Shaffer[1] ; 3. 38K-Chris Myers[3] ; 4. 38-Leyton Wagner[4] ; 5. 70-Henry Malcuit[5] ; 6. 35-Stuart Brubaker[6]

A-Main - (35 Laps) 1. 18-Cole Macedo[1] ; 2. 45-Tim Shaffer[2] ; 3. 3J-Trey Jacobs[24] ; 4. 4*-Tyler Street[7] ; 5. 19-Paige Polyak[13] ; 6. 97-Greg Wilson[14] ; 7. 1M-Jamie Myers[9] ; 8. 38K-Chris Myers[3] ; 9. 9-Ricky Peterson[10] ; 10. 8-Zach Ames[12] ; 11. 22-Ryan Broughton[17] ; 12. 7DK-Dylan Kingan[19] ; 13. 33W-Caleb Griffith[15] ; 14. 14Z-Wyatt Zimmerman[23] ; 15. 20-Danial Burkhart[22] ; 16. 70-Henry Malcuit[5] ; 17. 16-Danny Mumaw[8] ; 18. 11-Shawn Hubler[18] ; 19. 21-Andre Layfield[16] ; 20. D12-Jason Dolick[20] ; 21. 38-Leyton Wagner[4] ; 22. 23-Bryan Sebetto[11] ; 23. 6J-Jonah Aumend[21] ; 24. 35-Stuart Brubaker[6]

305 Sprints -

Qualifying 1.22-Justin Lusk, 16.036; 2.61-Tyler Shullick, 16.113; 3.29-Brian Sebetto, 16.115; 4.9R-Logan Riehl, 16.139; 5.86-Kasey Jedrzejek, 16.239; 6.5JR-Jimmy McGrath, 16.337; 7.10TS-Tyler Gunn, 16.445; 8.63-Randy Ruble, 16.668; 9.51M-Haldon Miller, 16.674; 10.13-Jeremy Duposki, 16.734; 11.X-Mike Keegan, 16.827; 12.O-Shawn Wolford, 16.928; 13.5M-Mike Moore, 16.960; 14.23-Ron Hamlin, 17.115; 15.9-Matt Warner, 17.422; 16.3X-Brandon Riehl, 99.000;

Heat 1 - (8 Laps) 1. 29-Brian Sebetto[3] ; 2. 86-Kasey Jedrzejek[2] ; 3. 10TS-Tyler Gunn[1] ; 4. 22-Justin Lusk[4] ; 5. X-Mike Keegan[6] ; 6. 51M-Haldon Miller[5] ; 7. 5M-Mike Moore[7] ; 8. 9-Matt Warner[8]

Heat 2 - (8 Laps) 1. 61-Tyler Shullick[4] ; 2. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath[2] ; 3. 9R-Logan Riehl[3] ; 4. 63-Randy Ruble[1] ; 5. 13-Jeremy Duposki[5] ; 6. O-Shawn Wolford[6] ; 7. 23-Ron Hamlin[7] ; 8. 3X-Brandon Riehl[8]

A-Main - (25 Laps) 1. 29-Brian Sebetto[1] ; 2. 61-Tyler Shullick[2] ; 3. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath[4] ; 4. 10TS-Tyler Gunn[5] ; 5. 51M-Haldon Miller[11] ; 6. 13-Jeremy Duposki[10] ; 7. 5M-Mike Moore[13] ; 8. 63-Randy Ruble[8] ; 9. 22-Justin Lusk[7] ; 10. 9R-Logan Riehl[6] ; 11. X-Mike Keegan[9] ; 12. 23-Ron Hamlin[14] ; 13. O-Shawn Wolford[12] ; 14. 86-Kasey Jedrzejek[3] ; 15. 9-Matt Warner[15] ; 16. 3X-Brandon Riehl[16]

 

 

NATHAN HIGH EARNS FIRST WMR WIN IN WIRE-TO-WIRE PERFORMANCE AT ADOBE MOUNTAIN

Glendale, Ariz. (September 17, 2022) – Goodyear, Ariz.’s Nathan High led wire-to-wire for his first-career Western Midget Racing presented by Masters Design and Construction victory on Saturday night at Adobe Mountain Speedway. High anchored the field over the non-stop 20 lap feature on the 1/5th mile dirt track in Glendale, Ariz.

High split the heat race action with Surprise, Ariz.’s Drake Edwards. High then shared the front row driving the No. 01 with his son Tyler High in the No. 33AZ on the outside pole. Nathan High’s daughter Chloe High started third in the No. 3AZ as well.

Edwards went to work advancing from fourth on the grid, eventually driving into second on lap 11. Edwards ran the fastest lap of any driver in the feature on lap 13 but ran out of time to track down Nathan High. High dashed to a 1.640 second advantage at the checkered flag. Lonnie Oliver of Anthem, Ariz. led three-time 2022 Adobe Mountain winner Cory Brown of Peoria, Ariz. in the battle for third. Tyler High rounded out the top-five.

Western Midget Racing makes it final Antioch Speedway stop of the season up next on September 24th!

For more information on Western Midget Racing, visit them at www.WesternMidgetRacing.com or follow them on Facebook!

Western Midget Racing is presented by: Masters Design and Construction, Rockwell Security, Rams Racing, Hoosier Racing Tire, Extreme Mufflers, FTK, Blud Lubricants, and West Evans Motorsports.

September 17, 2022 – Adobe Mountain Speedway (Glendale, Ariz.) Results

HEAT 1 (8 laps) – 1. 86 Drake Edwards HEAT 2 (8 laps) – 01 Nathan High

FEATURE (20 laps) – 1. 01 Nathan High, 2. 86 Drake Edwards, 3. 22 Lonnie Oliver, 4. 32 Cory Brown, 5. 33AZ Tyler High, 6. 48 Gary Dewitt, 7 31 Todd Hawse, 8. 3AZ Chloe High, 9. 20 Kyle Hawse, 10. 21AZ Chase Farris, 11. 57 Kyle Huttenhow

 

 

Champions Crowned at Skagit Speedway

9/17/22

Alger, WA - On the final night of point racing in 2022, four champions were crowned at Skagit Speedway. Three champions capped their year with main event wins, with Brett McGhie, Rick Smith and Adam Holtrop taking the feature win to go with their season title. Chase Goetz played the ultimate spoiler in the 360 division, taking the main event win while Jason Solwold won the track title.

Three different drivers each held the lead twice in the Budweiser 360 Sprints season finale. Jason Solwold led the first six laps before Chase Goetz snagged the top spot from him on a restart. Solwold drove back by Goetz to take the lead on lap eight, while Trey Starks moved himself into contention, driving from his seventh place starting spot to third. Solwold held the lead till lap fifteen when Starks got by him to take the top spot. As Starks went to extend his lead, he encountered mechanical failure, ending his night and handing the lead back to Solwold for a lap 18 restart. Jason looked to be working towards his second feature win of the year when his car lost speed, allowing Goetz to clear him for the lead on lap 25. It was all Chase the rest of the way in taking the win ahead of Colton Heath and Greg Hamilton. Despite whatever slowed him persisting through the checkered flag, Jason kept enough speed to finish fifth on the night and took home the season title in the process for the Shaylen Raye Motorsports team. Trey Starks was the fastest of the qualifying cars, while Solwold won the scramble.

It took six tries to get the Sportsman Sprint main up and running, with attrition playing a huge factor throughout the field. As the checkered flag fell, it was Brett McGhie leading every lap of the main event and securing the season championship in the process. Bill Rude and Steve Vague rounded out the podium. McGhie won the scramble. Malachi Gemmer secured fast time.

Rick Smith finished out his impressive season with another feature win for Team Geritol racing and a season championship to boot. Rick led all 25 laps of the main event without challenge after securing the pole position by winning the scramble. Second went to Ben Gunderson and third was Alan Grimbly.

Adam Holtrop capped off his championship with an entertaining win in the Hornet class. After winning the scramble, Holtrop chased Colin Sims around for four laps before sneaking by him on lap five and held strong the rest of the way for the win. Roger Burt came from dead last to challenge Holtrop late but would end up second while Brian Michelson started second to last and raced to third.

Budweiser 360 Sprints

Fast Time - Trey Starks 11.237

Scramble - Jason Solwold

Main - Chase Goetz, Colton Heath, Greg Hamilton, Lane Taylor, Jason Solwold, Tyler Anderson, Justin Youngquist, Jesse Schlotfeldt, Luke Didiuk, Bailey Jean, Ashleigh Johnson, Bill Rude, Trey Starks

Lap Leaders - Solwold 1-6 Goetz 7 Solwold 8-14 Starks 15-17 Solwold 18-24 Goetz 25-30

Season Champion - Jason Solwold

Sportsman Sprints

Fast Time - Malachi Gemmer 12.231

Scramble - Brett McGhie

B Main - Alden Ostrom, Steve Vague, Axel Oudman, Ryker Walde, Shawn Wallenfelsz, Jeff Pearson, Cale Brooke, Wes Armey, Matt Loving

A Main - Brett McGhie, Bill Rude, Steve Vague, Cory Swatzina, Axel Oudman, Levi Klatt, Kai Dixon, Ryker Walde, Malachi Gemmer, Dustin Gehring, Steve Parker, Jesson Jacobson, Corey Summers, Alden Ostrom, Allison Johnson, Dana Glenn

Lap Leaders - McGhie 1-25

Season Champion - Brett McGhie

Skagit Aggregates Modifieds

Scramble - Rick Smith

Main - Rick Smith, Ben Gunderson, Alan Grimbly, Mel Decker, Adam Holtrop, Travis Ross, Dan Butenschoen, Zane Miner, Dave Harmon, Brandon Nutter, Cory Gordon, Jon Gunderson, Tiernan Dietz

Lap Leaders - Smith 1-26

Season Champion - Rick Smith

Hornets

Scramble - Adam Holtrop

Main - Adam Holtrop, Roger Burt, Brian Michelson, Colin Sims, Matt Sommerville, Jon Gunderson, James Anderson, David Dykstra, Brent Shetler, Dave Hill, Raven Skaugrud, Tammy Guffey, Ian Buck, Ron Malcolm, Mike Guffey

Lap Leaders - Sims 1-4 Holtrop 5-20

Season Champion - Adam Holtrop

 

 

Johnson, Randall take home feature victories in Hockett-McMillin Memorial finales at Lucas Oil Speedway
 


WHEATLAND, MO. (Sept. 17, 2022) - An old pro and a youngster celebrated feature victories Saturday night at the 12th annual Jesse Hockett-Daniel McMillin Memorial at Lucas Oil Speedway.

The veteran was Wayne Johnson, a two-time Lucas Oil ASCS Sprint champion who picked up his second Hockett-McMillin triumph in the winged portion of the open-wheel major.

Earlier, 18-year-old Chase Randall drove to victory in the POWRi War Sprint feature.

The victories, in front of a big crowd on the finale of the three-night event, were memorable for both drivers. The Hockett-McMillin Memorial recognizes the legacy of Jesse Hockett, from Warsaw, Missouri, who was a star in both the winged and non-wing sprint divisions when he lost his life in a shop accident in 2010. His cousin and crew chief, Daniel McMillin, was killed in an automobile accident in 2006.

Eight-starting Johnson, of Oklahoma City, took the lead on lap 25 and held it the rest of the way in the 40-lap ASCS feature to capture his second Hockett-McMillin Memorial. Johnson outdistanced runner-up Blake Hahn to earn the $10,000 prize.

"He's like a second dad to me," an emotional Johnson said in victory lane, standing next to Jack Hockett, Jesse's father. "I loved the boy. Jesse was like a brother to me. We did a lot together."

Dylan Westbrook started on the pole and cleared to the early lead with the third-starting Sam Hafertepe settling in behind him.

Three-time Hockett-McMillin winner Hafertepe grabbed the lead coming off turn two on lap five and quickly pulled away to a 1.5-second cushion over Westbrook over the next two laps. Aryton Gennetten moved into the runner-up position by lap nine with Westbrook falling back into third.

The leaders hit lapped traffic by that point and Gennetten, using the low groove, was able to cut the lead to just under one second before Hafertepe again opened it up to 1.66 seconds before the race’s first caution appeared on lap 15.

Johnson, 51, made his way past Gennetten for second on the restart with Blake Hahn moving into third as Gennetten fell back. That’s the way the top four were running when another caution slow things on lap 19, when Hafertepe’s lead was a half-second over Johnson.

Hafertepe, Johnson and Hahn broke away from the field after the restart and Johnson, hugging the low groove, took his first lead coming out of turn four to complete lap 25.

Johnson said it felt like fate was on his side at that point.

"Every one of them damn cautions came out at the right time. I lost the brakes," Johnson said. "I'm sure my brake rotors were glowing. I had no pedal left every time the caution came out and it saved my butt. I'm pretty sure ol' Jesse wanted me to win this race and he got them cautions for me."

Johnson wasted no time opening a two-second lead as Hahn moved into second and Hafertepe fell back to third. Johnson was 1.8 seconds in front when a red flag on lap 30, for Westbrook’s flip in turn two, brought the action to a halt. Westbrook, who was running eighth, climbed from the car without assistance.

That left 10 laps to go when action resumed Johnson roared away from Hahn to add a Hockett-McMillin trophy to the one he earned in 2016. Johnson finished 1.3 seconds in front of 2019 winner Hahn with Bogucki coming home in third.

Hahn said he had mixed feelings about coming up short. While disappointed he did not win, he was able to ride on seven cylinders to the finish.

"About halfway through the race we had some motor issues," Hahn said. "We had 20 laps to go with it bogging down, but thankfully she held. It's just pretty frustrating. I felt like I owed it to my team to pick up a victory. We had a really good car tonight, but to be able to finish on the podium with seven cylinders is something to be proud of."

Hafertepe settled for fourth with Matt Covington rallying from 11th to fifth.

Randall takes command late for WAR win: Chase Randall took command with eight laps remaining and held on to earn the 30-lap POWRi WAR Sprint feature victory. The 18-year-old from Waco, Texas, earned $4,077 for the triumph.

Randall beat Mario Clouser by .602 seconds to back up his Friday-night preliminary feature victory. Clouser had won on Thursday and the two started on the front row of Saturday's big finale.

"Man, this is an awesome weekend," said Randall, who also ran in the ASCS Sprint feature. "We came here to run non-wing just for fun with the ASCS and I think we might fun it a little bit more now. The car's obviously working well. My dad has this EMI chassis tuned up well.

"This kind of track just suits my style, just throw it up in there and hope it sticks. It was a great race with Mario."

Clouser, of Chatham, Illinois, used a slider in turn three to take the lead from Randall as the two front-row starters dueled on the opening lap. He was able to clear out to a 1.6-second lead by lap seven as Wyatt Burks closed in on the rear of Randall.

The race’s first caution flew on lap seven and bunched the field for a restart. Clouser maintained command as green-flag action resumed, but another caution slowed the field on lap nine.

Just as Clouser had rebuilt a 1.5-second lead by lap 14, his margin again was negated by the event’s third yellow flag just one lap shy of the halfway mark.

Clouser didn’t get away as easily on the next restart, with Randall, defending race champ Wesley Smith and Burks closely following before a lap-19 caution waved.

Randall used a slide job out of turn four to take the lead for the first time, on lap 22. Clouser stalked him over the next several laps, briefly going in front in turn two on lap 27, but was unable to make it stick.

"He threw a hail Mary slide job at the end and I didn't see it coming until the last second," Randall said. "It was a good race."

Randall held on the rest of the way to pick up the victory, finishing about three car lengths in front of Clouser who admitted his disappointment in coming up just short of his first Hockett-McMillin victory.

"I don't know if I just ran it too hard there early and burnt the tire off it, but we definitely didn't have anything left at the end," Clouser said. "I don't even know what to say. I didn't want to run second tonight, at all.

"It's especially frustrating. We've been fast here, but haven't been able to get it done on Saturday yet."

Smith wound up third with Casey Shuman fourth and Burks coming home in fifth.

LUCAS OIL SPEEDWAY UNOFFICIAL RESULTS (Sept. 17, 2022)
12th annual Jesse Hockett-Daniel McMillin Memorial
Lucas Oil ASCS Sprints
A Feature - 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson[8]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[5]; 3. 84-Scott Bogucki[10]; 4. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[3]; 5. 95-Matt Covington[11]; 6. 9JR-Derek Hagar[7]; 7. 1XX-Jake Bubak[21]; 8. 187-Landon Crawley[20]; 9. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[4]; 10. 24-Garet Williamson[14]; 11. 11-Roger Crockett[9]; 12. 9-Chase Randall[12]; 13. 17B-Ryan Bickett[24]; 14. 22K-Kaleb Johnson[16]; 15. 22-Riley Goodno[13]; 16. 10-Landon Britt[17]; 17. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[1]; 18. 43M-Mark Smith[2]; 19. 45X-Kyler Johnson[23]; 20. 1X-Tim Crawley[6]; 21. 87-Sean McClelland[18]; 22. 21-Gunner Ramey[25]; 23. 36-Jason Martin[22]; 24. 3M-Howard Moore[19]; 25. G6-Cody Gardner[15]
B Main 1 - 1. 10-Landon Britt[3]; 2. 187-Landon Crawley[2]; 3. 21-Gunner Ramey[5]; 4. 45X-Kyler Johnson[4]; 5. 97M-Scotty Milan[7]; 6. 44P-Jason Howell[8]; 7. 8M-Kade Morton[9]; 8. 17F-Chad Frewaldt[14]; 9. 15-Jack Potter[11]; 10. 99-Blake Jenkins[10]; 11. 1P-Curtis Evans[17]; 12. 2J-Zach Blurton[13]; 13. 7F-Noah Harris[15]; 14. 33-Alan Zoutte[16]; 15. 44-Ronny Howard[12]; 16. 14E-Kyle Bellm[6]; 17. 51B-Joe B Miller[1]; 18. 7B-Ben Brown[18]
B Main 2 - 1. 87-Sean McClelland[1]; 2. 1XX-Jake Bubak[2]; 3. 91-Michael Day[4]; 4. 47-Dale Howard[5]; 5. 87J-Jace Park[9]; 6. 8B-Brad Bowden[6]; 7. 4M-Cameron Martin[17]; 8. 50Z-Zach Chappell[8]; 9. 9$-Kyle Clark[12]; 10. 0-Jake Griffin[14]; 11. 22M-Rees Moran[18]; 12. 13-Chase Howard[13]; 13. 7C-Chris Morgan[7]; 14. 97-Kevin Cummings[15]; 15. 12-Jeffrey Newell[3]; 16. 17B-Ryan Bickett[10]; 17. 12M-Greg Merritt[11]; 18. 00-Broc Elliott[16]
B Main 3 - 1. 3M-Howard Moore[1]; 2. 36-Jason Martin[6]; 3. 2-Chase Porter[7]; 4. 22S-Slater Helt[4]; 5. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[14]; 6. 7M-Chance Morton[9]; 7. 93-Taylor Walton[8]; 8. 15D-Andrew Deal[12]; 9. 17-Alex Sewell[3]; 10. 55B-Brandon Anderson[2]; 11. 11E-Kyle Edwards[16]; 12. 2B-Brett Becker[10]; 13. 4X-Tyler Blank[5]; 14. 19-Wes Wofford[13]; 15. 88-Terry Easum[15]; 16. 5D-Zach Daum[11]; 17. 41-Mackenzie Borchers[17]; 18. 31-Casey Wills[18]
LC Qualifier 1 - 1. 11-Roger Crockett[1]; 2. 22-Riley Goodno[4]; 3. 51B-Joe B Miller[2]; 4. 1XX-Jake Bubak[6]; 5. 17-Alex Sewell[9]; 6. 21-Gunner Ramey[7]; 7. 8B-Brad Bowden[3]; 8. 2-Chase Porter[10]; 9. 8M-Kade Morton[12]; 10. 17B-Ryan Bickett[11]; 11. 5D-Zach Daum[5]; 12. 2J-Zach Blurton[8]; 13. 0-Jake Griffin[15]; 14. 88-Terry Easum[16]; 15. 1P-Curtis Evans[18]; 16. 22M-Rees Moran[14]
LC Qualifier 2 - 1. 84-Scott Bogucki[2]; 2. 24-Garet Williamson[1]; 3. 87-Sean McClelland[4]; 4. 55B-Brandon Anderson[6]; 5. 45X-Kyler Johnson[5]; 6. 47-Dale Howard[10]; 7. 36-Jason Martin[3]; 8. 44P-Jason Howell[11]; 9. 87J-Jace Park[12]; 10. 2B-Brett Becker[9]; 11. 44-Ronny Howard[14]; 12. 13-Chase Howard[7]; 13. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[13]; 14. 33-Alan Zoutte[16]; 15. 4M-Cameron Martin[15]; 16. 31-Casey Wills[8]; 17. 4-Evan Martin[17]
LC Qualifier 3 - 1. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 2. G6-Cody Gardner[3]; 3. 3M-Howard Moore[6]; 4. 10-Landon Britt[2]; 5. 91-Michael Day[4]; 6. 4X-Tyler Blank[8]; 7. 97M-Scotty Milan[5]; 8. 50Z-Zach Chappell[11]; 9. 7M-Chance Morton[9]; 10. 15-Jack Potter[16]; 11. 9$-Kyle Clark[7]; 12. 19-Wes Wofford[13]; 13. 7F-Noah Harris[12]; 14. 00-Broc Elliott[15]; 15. 41-Mackenzie Borchers[17]
LC Qualifier 4 - 1. 9-Chase Randall[2]; 2. 22K-Kaleb Johnson[5]; 3. 187-Landon Crawley[1]; 4. 12-Jeffrey Newell[4]; 5. 22S-Slater Helt[6]; 6. 14E-Kyle Bellm[3]; 7. 7C-Chris Morgan[8]; 8. 93-Taylor Walton[10]; 9. 99-Blake Jenkins[9]; 10. 12M-Greg Merritt[13]; 11. 15D-Andrew Deal[14]; 12. 17F-Chad Frewaldt[15]; 13. 97-Kevin Cummings[16]; 14. 11E-Kyle Edwards[17]; 15. 7B-Ben Brown[11]; 16. 98P-Miles Paulus[7]

POWRi WAR Sprints
A Feature - 1. 9-Chase Randall[2]; 2. 6-Mario Clouser[1]; 3. 44-Wesley Smith[3]; 4. 24X-Casey Shuman[9]; 5. 11W-Wyatt Burks[4]; 6. 28-Kory Schudy[15]; 7. 77-Jack Wagner[7]; 8. 5-Jesse Vermillion[10]; 9. 91-Riley Kreisel[13]; 10. 44P-Jason Howell[24]; 11. 20-Shon Deskins[20]; 12. 21X-Caleb Stelzig[21]; 13. 16-Anthony Nicholson[19]; 14. #1-Justin Zimmerman[11]; 15. 1JR-Steven Russell[22]; 16. 73V-Blake Vermillion[23]; 17. 24LCR-Chris Morgan[18]; 18. 11-Justin Melton[14]; 19. (DNF) 31-Joe B Miller[6]; 20. (DNF) 73-Samuel Wagner[17]; 21. (DNF) 52C-Isaac Chapple[12]; 22. (DNF) 24-Landon Simon[5]; 23. (DNF) 15-Matt Sherrell[16]; 24. (DNF) 74-Xavier Doney[8]
Last Chance Qualifier 1 - 1. 24X-Casey Shuman[1]; 2. 91-Riley Kreisel[4]; 3. 73-Samuel Wagner[5]; 4. 21X-Caleb Stelzig[7]; 5. 22M-Zach Daum[6]; 6. 00-Broc Elliott[9]; 7. 33K-Michael Merrell[11]; 8. 75-Tyler Blank[13]; 9. 39-Kimberly Tyre[12]; 10. (DNF) 77X-Colt Treharn[3]; 11. (DNF) 15B-Quinton Benson[2]; 12. (DNF) 33-Bryson Smith[8]; 13. (DNF) 89-Todd McVay[10]; 14. (DNS) 11X-Tom Curran
Last Chance Qualifier 2 - 1. 5-Jesse Vermillion[2]; 2. 11-Justin Melton[3]; 3. 24LCR-Chris Morgan[11]; 4. 1JR-Steven Russell[6]; 5. 13-Chase Howard[4]; 6. 38T-Travis Oldfield[13]; 7. 7R-JD Black[8]; 8. 21K-Kobe Simpson[5]; 9. 33L-Mark Lane[9]; 10. 57-Chase Parson[10]; 11. (DNF) 41L-Ricky Lewis[1]; 12. (DNS) 33W-Rece Wommack; 13. (DNS) 7M-Heath Murry
Last Chance Qualifier 3 - 1. #1-Justin Zimmerman[2]; 2. 28-Kory Schudy[1]; 3. 16-Anthony Nicholson[3]; 4. 73V-Blake Vermillion[4]; 5. 48-Nathan Moore[5]; 6. 2K-Kyle Lewis[10]; 7. 52-Dean Bowers[11]; 8. 45-Jesse Bebee[12]; 9. (DNF) 9H-Cody Baker[13]; 10. (DNF) 79-Ryan Hall[8]; 11. (DNF) 41-Brad Wyatt[7]; 12. (DNF) 21-Michelle Parson[6]; 13. (DNF) 74N-Natalie Doney[9]
Last Chance Qualifier 4 - 1. 9-Chase Randall[2]; 2. 22K-Kaleb Johnson[5]; 3. 187-Landon Crawley[1]; 4. 12-Jeffrey Newell[4]; 5. 22S-Slater Helt[6]; 6. 14E-Kyle Bellm[3]; 7. 7C-Chris Morgan[8]; 8. 93-Taylor Walton[10]; 9. 99-Blake Jenkins[7]; 10. 12M-Greg Merritt[11]; 11. 15D-Andrew Deal[12]; 12. 17F-Chad Frewaldt[13]; 13. 97-Kevin Cummings[14]; 14. 11E-Kyle Edwards[15]; 15. 7B-Ben Brown[9]; 16. 98P-Miles Paulus[16]

Past Hockett-McMillin winners
Winged
2011 - Jason Johnson
2012 - Jason Johnson
2013 - Johnny Herrera
2014 - Derek Hagar
2015 - Brad Loyet
2016 - Wayne Johnson
2017 - Sam Hafertepe, Jr.
2018 - Sam Hafertepe, Jr.
2019 - Blake Hahn
2020 - Sam Hafertepe, Jr.
2021 - J.J. Hickle
2022 - Wayne Johnson

Non-wing
2011 - (non-wing not held)
2012 - Josh Stephens
2013 - Dustin Morgan
2014 - Casey Shuman
2015 - Derek Hagar
2016 - Terry Babb
2017 - Logan Seavey
2018 - Kyle Cummins
2019 - Chris Windom
2020 - Garrett Aitken
2021 - Wesley Smith
2022 - Chase Randall

 

 

HICKLE WINS TOM KNOWLES MEMORIAL; SCORES FIRST CAREER #MOWASPRINTS VICTORY.

Canton, IL (September 17, 2022) - J.J. Hickle earned his first Morrow Brothers Ford MOWA Sprint Car Series event in Saturday's 35th Annual Tom Knowles Memorial at Spoon River Speedway.

Hickle, driving the NineSix Motorsports entry for Nathan Charron and Levi Curry started 8th and led the final 10 laps after becoming comfortable with the high-banked surface of Spoon River Speedway.

“Man, I’ve just gotta thank Nate and Levi and everyone involved with this NineSix Motorsports car. I expected the track to slick off a bit for the feature, but these guys made all the right adjustments and I’m glad to have gotten a win for them”, said Hickle in Victory Lane.

Korey Weyant, taking over the seat of the Samonds Racing #47 in the second part of the season after the untimely passing of Terry Babb, started from the pole of the field and showed dominance early in the feature. Plagued by two yellow flags before reaching lap five, the biggest mover was J.J. HIckle, who moved from eighth to third in just five laps. With Weyant leading, Andy Bishop had to switch to defense mode as Hickle continued to move forward. Hickle passed Bishop with ease on lap 7 and had moved into second and caught Weyant on the backstretch attempting to make a pass for the lead before Luke Verardi slowed to bring out a caution flag.

Weyant led the field back to green and knew Hickle was quickly closing in. Working lap 10, Hickle slid past Weyant in turn four to take the lead. Weyant dropped to second, as the battle for third through fifth picked up with Cory Bruns, Paul Nienhiser and Corbin Gurley swapping back and forth.

Hickle was out to a two second lead over Korey Weyant, who was fighting back challenges from Paul Nienhiser as the field worked into lapped traffic. Nienhiser moved past Weyant just as a yellow flag bunched the field for a slowing Chase Richards atop turn two.

With eight laps remaining, J.J. Hickle continued to lead with a hard-charging Paul Nienhiser in second. Nienhiser put his #9X on the top side of the speedway, in hopes of tracking down Hickle. Nienhiser unfortunately slowed atop turn four after losing a right-rear wheel, which ended his bid for another Tom Knowles Memorial victory. Korey Weyant inherited second after the caution, with Corbin Gurey, Josh Schneiderman and Logan Faucon rounding out the top five.

With three laps remaining, Korey Weyant slowed running second to draw caution again before retiring with terminal issues to his #47 Samonds Racing entry. Hickle continued to lead with Corbin Gurley moving into second, with Tyler Duff, Josh Schneiderman and Chris Urish moving into the trop five.

Duff’s #9 machine slowed on the ensuing restart as he slid back through the field, collecting Cole Mincer who then got upside down as the field approached two laps to go, slowing the field once more.

A two lap shootout set the field for the finish of the A-Main. Hickle executed a great restart and never looked back as he went on to win the Tom Knowles Memorial over Corbin Gurley, Josh Schniderman, Chris Urish, who earned the BMRS Hard Charger Award after advancing 14 spots, and Caden Englehart who rounded out the top five.

Feature Finish: 1. J.J. Hickle, 2. Corbin Gurley, 3. Josh Schneiderman, 4. Chris Urish, 5. Caden Englehart, 6. Bret Triplett, 7. Austin Archdale, 8. Tyler Duff, 9. Jeremy Standridge, 10. Korey Weyant, 11. Andy Bishop, 12. Cole Mincer, 13. Paul Nienhiser, 14. Logan Faucon, 15. Chase Richards, 16. Cory Bruns, 17. Brayton Lynch, 18. Shelby Bosie, 19. Luke Verardi, 20. Reece Saldana, 21. Trevin Littleton, 22. Ryan Bunton (DNS), 23. Eric Shelton (DNS)

 

 

Chase Randall Claims Championship Night of JHDMM in POWRi WAR
Belleville, IL. (9/17/22) Chase Randall would ride the wave of winning momentum into the Lucas Oil POWRi Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League Championship Night of the Twelfth Annual Jesse Hockett/Daniel McMillin Memorial at Lucas Oil Speedway feature event Saturday Night to capture his second career league win in epic fashion.

Early on track accomplishments of the championship night with fifty-eight entries would witness Cody Baker clock fast-time in hot laps with a 15.839-second-lap as Xavier Doney earned the quickest time in lock-in hot lap action with a 16.661-second lap after an early intermission track rework. Casey Shuman, Jesse Vermillion, Justin Zimmerman, and Isaac Chapple would each notch semi-feature racing victories. Going perfect on prelim-night one would see Mario Clouser gain the high point qualifier award with Chase Randall also earning a front-row starting spot.

Battling on the initial green flag start would find Mario Clouser combat front-row companion Chase Randall into the first pair of corners with Mario Clouser gaining the early race lead as Chase Randall, Wyatt Burks, Wesley Smith, and Landon Simon attempted to run down the speedy leader.

Keeping the field of drivers behind him, Clouser would maintain the point of the field through a flurry of restarts as Chase Randall stayed within striking distance. Mounting a charge to the front, Randall would make the winning pass for the lead on lap twenty-two of thirty.

Sliding into the lead, Chase Randall would hold off all the late-stage battles for the top spot to clinch the championship night honors while earning his second career feature win within POWRi WAR racing. One-time leader Mario Clouser would finish in the runner-up positioning with Wesley Smith clinching the final podium placement in the event.

“What an awesome weekend, we came to just have some fun with the non-wings but now I think we’re going to have to race this class a little more. This track suits the style of driving; I love, the throw it in the corner and hope it sticks kind of racing,” said an elated Chase Randall in the Lucas Oil Speedway Victory Lane ceremony.

Maintaining a solid showing all night, Casey Shuman would wheel his way to way to finish fourth as Wyatt Burks rounded out the top-five finishers in the Lucas Oil POWRi Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League feature event at Lucas Oil Speedway on Championship Night of the Twelfth Annual Jesse Hockett/Daniel McMillin Memorial.

POWRi WAR Sprint League | Lucas Oil Speedway | 9/17/22:
Hoosier Racing Tire Quick Hot-Lap Time: 9H-Cody Baker (15.839)
Hoosier Racing Tire Quick Lock-In Hot-Lap Time: 74-Xavier Doney (16.661)
Advanced Racing Suspension LCQ 1 Winner: 24X-Casey Shuman
Auto Meter LCQ 2 Winner: 5-Jesse Vermillion
Schure Built Suspensions LCQ 3 Winner: #1-Justin Zimmerman
AFCO Racing LCQ Winner: 52C-Isaac Chapple
MVT Services Event High Point Qualifier: 6-Mario Clouser
Toyota Racing Development Hard Charger: 44P-Jason Howell (+15)
Lucas Oil Feature Winner: 9-Chase Randall

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 9-Chase Randall[2]; 2. 6-Mario Clouser[1]; 3. 44-Wesley Smith[3]; 4. 24X-Casey Shuman[9]; 5. 11W-Wyatt Burks[4]; 6. 28-Kory Schudy[15]; 7. 77-Jack Wagner[7]; 8. 5-Jesse Vermillion[10]; 9. 91-Riley Kreisel[13]; 10. 44P-Jason Howell[24]; 11. 20-Shon Deskins[20]; 12. 21X-Caleb Stelzig[21]; 13. 16-Anthony Nicholson[19]; 14. #1-Justin Zimmerman[11]; 15. 1JR-Steven Russell[22]; 16. 73V-Blake Vermillion[23]; 17. 24LCR-Chris Morgan[18]; 18. 11-Justin Melton[14]; 19. (DNF) 31-Joe B Miller[6]; 20. (DNF) 73-Samuel Wagner[17]; 21. (DNF) 52C-Isaac Chapple[12]; 22. (DNF) 15-Matt Sherrell[16]; 23. (DNF) 74-Xavier Doney[8]; 24. (DQ) 24-Landon Simon[5].

Last Chance Qualifier 1 (12 Laps): 1. 24X-Casey Shuman[1]; 2. 91-Riley Kreisel[4]; 3. 73-Samuel Wagner[5]; 4. 21X-Caleb Stelzig[7]; 5. 22M-Zach Daum[6]; 6. 00-Broc Elliott[9]; 7. 33K-Michael Merrell[11]; 8. 75-Tyler Blank[13]; 9. 39-Kimberly Tyre[12]; 10. (DNF) 77X-Colt Treharn[3]; 11. (DNF) 15B-Quinton Benson[2]; 12. (DNF) 33-Bryson Smith[8]; 13. (DNF) 89-Todd McVay[10]; 14. (DNS) 11X-Tom Curran.

Last Chance Qualifier 2 (12 Laps): 1. 5-Jesse Vermillion[2]; 2. 11-Justin Melton[3]; 3. 24LCR-Chris Morgan[11]; 4. 1JR-Steven Russell[6]; 5. 13-Chase Howard[4]; 6. 38T-Travis Oldfield[13]; 7. 7R-JD Black[8]; 8. 21K-Kobe Simpson[5]; 9. 33L-Mark Lane[9]; 10. 57-Chase Parson[10]; 11. (DNF) 41L-Ricky Lewis[1]; 12. (DNS) 33W-Rece Wommack; 13. (DNS) 7M-Heath Murry.

Last Chance Qualifier 3 (12 Laps): 1. #1-Justin Zimmerman[2]; 2. 28-Kory Schudy[1]; 3. 16-Anthony Nicholson[3]; 4. 73V-Blake Vermillion[4]; 5. 48-Nathan Moore[5]; 6. 2K-Kyle Lewis[10]; 7. 52-Dean Bowers[11]; 8. 45-Jesse Bebee[12]; 9. (DNF) 9H-Cody Baker[13]; 10. (DNF) 79-Ryan Hall[8]; 11. (DNF) 41-Brad Wyatt[7]; 12. (DNF) 21-Michelle Parson[6]; 13. (DNF) 74N-Natalie Doney[9].

Last Chance Qualifier 4 (12 Laps): 1. 52C-Isaac Chapple[1]; 2. 15-Matt Sherrell[2]; 3. 20-Shon Deskins[3]; 4. 44P-Jason Howell[5]; 5. 77K-Katlynn Leer[7]; 6. 37-Brian Beebe[4]; 7. 31M-Mason Smith[8]; 8. 2-Jason Billups[10]; 9. 26-Zach Clark[6]; 10. B52-Blake Bowers[11]; 11. (DNF) 88G-Garrett Hulsey[9]; 12. (DNS) 21M-Michael Moore; 13. (DNS) 55L-Casey Lewallen.

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Mintz wins 410 thriller at Fremont; Gregory holds on for late model victory; Miller earns 4th truck win

Saturday, Sept. 17, 2022

By Brian Liskai

FREMONT, Ohio – Craig Mintz capped off his vacation with a thrilling 410 sprint win at Fremont Speedway Saturday, Sept. 17 on Roots Poultry Night. The three time Fremont champion and current point leader, nipped defending track champion DJ Foos by .020 seconds for his third win of the season at “The Track That Action Built.”

After Bobby Elliott led the first lap of the 30-lap Fort Ball Pizza Palace 410 Sprint feature, veteran John Ivy took over, leading until Mintz rocked off the high side of turn two to gain the top spot on the 11th circuit. Mintz, who had vacationed out of the country all week, watched Foos slip by on the white flag lap. When Foos slid a lapped car in the final two turns, Mintz turned under both and the drag race to the checkers was on with Mintz edging Foos for the narrow win. Ivy, Jamie Miller and Dan McCarron rounded out the top five.

“If you don’t like that you are in the wrong sport. DJ and I banged wheels…there wasn’t anything there…we banged wheels again…that’s just going for the win. That’s a blast. Hats off to my guys. We have to get better early on. These guys have been busting their tails all week. I haven’t even been in the states and they worked on it all week and I showed up this morning and everything was ready to go,” said Mintz beside his Real Geese Decoys, KS Sales & Service, Modern Woodman of America, Design Graphics Group, Wonderly Carpet Care backed #09.

“Two or three laps before the end I tried to slide up in front of that lapped car and he didn’t give me room so I knew if he (Foos) slid him he wasn’t going to give him any room and I thought if he’s going to slide up I’m going to arch it the other way and slide DJ as best I could. I knew it was going to be close,” added Mintz.

In a caution-filled Steel Block Late Model Series feature, Corey Delancey led the first eight laps before encountering mechanical woes, turning the lead over to Seth Daniels who held the point for four laps. Lyons, Ohio’s BJ Gregory was the only top five car to utilize the top groove and he drove into the lead on lap 13. A caution with just three laps to go allowed Daniels to challenge until a caution flew just after the white flag fell. Gregory got a fantastic restart and drove to the win over Daniels, Zach Milbee, Pete Crum and 16th starter Carter Murday.

The victory is the second Fremont win of his career for Gregory who also won the Steel Block Late Model Series event at Fremont in 2021. It also comes after a crash Friday in Michigan that had the #56 crew working to rebuilt to the wee hours of Saturday morning.

“It’s been a tough weekend and a tough season. We’ve run pretty well this year but had some tough luck and difficult things happen. Last night was no exception to that. We went up to Mt. Pleasant and things didn’t go as well as we planned. We were running good in the feature but late in the race we got caught up in a wreak and tore up almost every panel on the car, junked a bumper…it was a long night and long day. Got home at 3 in the morning and started again at 7. I have to thank my brother Brandon…all year long he’s the set-up guy and makes this thing fast and I just drive it. My tire guy Nate and on these open tires he has had a lot of work. My mom and dad and all the family members,” said Gregory beside his Aquatek Water Conditioning, Turnworks Machine & Fabrication, Robertson EDM, Chasin’ Checkers, CCR the Racers Connection backed machine.

Fremont, Ohio’s Jamie Miller nursed a smoking truck to victory lane Saturday, leading all 20 laps of the Burmeister Trophy Dirt Truck A-main for his fourth win of the season in the division. Miller now has 35 total career feature wins at the track, putting him 14th on the all-time win list. The victory also will vault Miller into the division point lead.

“Something went wrong with the brakes that last lap and I had to really get out of the gas and nurse it through the last two corners. The motor is tired but it held out for the win. I want to thank Tim and all his family for putting this truck deal together,” said Miller beside his Fostoria Mod Shop backed #4m.

Fremont Speedway will be back in action Saturday, Sept 24 with the 410 and 305 sprints and dirt trucks in action. On Sunday, Sept. 25, the vintage cars take over for the Johnny Auxter Day.

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About Root’s Poultry - https://www.rootspoultry.com

Wayne Root was stringing phone lines when the Great Depression hit. To support his family, Root began buying produce and other foods from local farmers and taking them to market in the Cleveland area. In Cleveland, he would purchase products to bring back and sell to the farmers. At some point Wayne started raising his own chickens to butcher and take to market and that evolved into a chicken processing facility.

The facility where Roots Poultry is located today near Fremont opened in early 1956. It still had an area in the back where chickens were brought in, a processing area in the middle and, in the front, a retail store. Due to a change in federal law, Wayne quit raising and dressing his own chickens and Roots became a processor. Later, Wayne’s grandchildren Mark and Mike Damschroder were working in the business and in 1985 bought it from their grandmother. Mark later bought Mike’s portion of the business though Mike remains active in the company.

The company had evolved to the point that it was producing ready-to-eat chicken products. Shredded chicken became the company’s bread-and-butter product, but later the company added barbeque pork and other pork and beef products under the Daisyfield brand. Today Roots produces over two dozen products and all can be found in the freezer section at area retail stores.

Fremont Speedway

Saturday, Sept. 17, 2022

410 Sprints – Fort Ball Pizza Palace

Qualifying

1.16-DJ Foos, 13.245; 2.7T-Troy Vaccaro, 13.310; 3.2+-Brian Smith, 13.316; 4.12-Kyle Capodice, 13.370; 5.09-Craig Mintz, 13.412; 6.5E-Bobby Elliott, 13.518; 7.28M-Conner Morrell, 13.540; 8.15k-Creed Kemenah, 13.578; 9.22M-Dan McCarron, 13.657; 10.49I-John Ivy, 13.684; 11.21-Larry Kingseed, 13.708; 12.3V-Chris Verda, 13.735; 13.26-Jamie Miller, 13.934; 14.75-Jerry Dahms, 14.360; 15.28-Gray Leadbetter, 99.998; 16.98-Robert Robenalt, 99.999;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 28M-Conner Morrell[1] ; 2. 5E-Bobby Elliott[2] ; 3. 12-Kyle Capodice[3] ; 4. 7T-Troy Vaccaro[4] ; 5. 15k-Creed Kemenah[5] ; 6. 3V-Chris Verda[7] ; 7. 22M-Dan McCarron[6] ; 8. 75-Jerry Dahms[8]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 49I-John Ivy[1] ; 2. 2+-Brian Smith[3] ; 3. 09-Craig Mintz[2] ; 4. 16-DJ Foos[4] ; 5. 26-Jamie Miller[6] ; 6. 21-Larry Kingseed[5] ; 7. 98-Robert Robenalt[8] ; 8. 28-Gray Leadbetter[7]

A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)

1. 09-Craig Mintz[8] ; 2. 16-DJ Foos[6] ; 3. 49I-John Ivy[3] ; 4. 26-Jamie Miller[10] ; 5. 22M-Dan McCarron[13] ; 6. 3V-Chris Verda[11] ; 7. 21-Larry Kingseed[12] ; 8. 15k-Creed Kemenah[9] ; 9. 2+-Brian Smith[5] ; 10. 7T-Troy Vaccaro[1] ; 11. 28M-Conner Morrell[4] ; 12. 5E-Bobby Elliott[2] ; 13. 75-Jerry Dahms[15] ; 14. 98-Robert Robenalt[14] ; 15. 12-Kyle Capodice[7] ; 16. 28-Gray Leadbetter[16]

Dirt Trucks - Burmeister Trophy

Qualifying

1.7b-Shawn Valenti, 17.404; 2.25-Jeff Babcock, 17.515; 3.25X-Chuck Roelle, 17.633; 4.P51-Dave Gumby Jr., 17.680; 5.4M-Jamie Miller, 17.703; 6.36M-RJ Cornett, 17.845; 7.11H-Jim Holcomb, 18.014; 8.101-Chester Fitch, 18.055; 9.8S-Brandon Stuckey, 18.077; 10.8KB-Kent Brewer, 18.227; 11.67-Ben Clapp, 18.296; 12.28-Cody Laird, 18.375; 13.5s-Bradley Stuckey, 18.391; 14.17x-Dustin Keegan, 18.482; 15.4s-Keith Sorg, 18.490; 16.7H-JT Horn, 18.626; 17.7X-Dana Frey, 18.639; 18.23m-Brad Mitten, 18.648; 19.9-Curt Inks, 18.648; 20.14T-Cody Truman, 18.669; 21.6-Butch Latte, 18.719; 22.51-David Bankey, 18.950; 23.18s-Randy Swiecicki, 19.031; 24.65R-Jeremy Ernsberger, 19.499; 25.20-Troy Hahn, 19.612; 26.57MS-Mason Stull, 20.112; 27.21-Todd Warnick, 21.476; 28.X-Cory McCaughey, 99.998; 29.32H-Dan Hennig , 99.999;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 25-Jeff Babcock[4] ; 2. 67-Ben Clapp[3] ; 3. 17x-Dustin Keegan[1] ; 4. 28-Cody Laird[2] ; 5. 4s-Keith Sorg[5] ; 6. 9-Curt Inks[6] ; 7. 6-Butch Latte[8] ; 8. 23m-Brad Mitten[7] ; 9. 65R-Jeremy Ernsberger[9] ; 10. 57MS-Mason Stull[10]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 7b-Shawn Valenti[4] ; 2. 8KB-Kent Brewer[5] ; 3. 5s-Bradley Stuckey[6] ; 4. 25X-Chuck Roelle[2] ; 5. 7X-Dana Frey[8] ; 6. 7H-JT Horn[7] ; 7. 8S-Brandon Stuckey[1] ; 8. 18s-Randy Swiecicki[10] ; 9. 36M-RJ Cornett[3] ; 10. 51-David Bankey[9]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 4M-Jamie Miller[3] ; 2. P51-Dave Gumby Jr.[4] ; 3. 11H-Jim Holcomb[2] ; 4. 32H-Dan Hennig [8] ; 5. 101-Chester Fitch[1] ; 6. 20-Troy Hahn[6] ; 7. 14T-Cody Truman[5] ; 8. 21-Todd Warnick[7] ; 9. X-Cory McCaughey[9]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)

1. 36M-RJ Cornett[11] ; 2. 7H-JT Horn[2] ; 3. 14T-Cody Truman[6] ; 4. 20-Troy Hahn[3] ; 5. 65R-Jeremy Ernsberger[10] ; 6. 57MS-Mason Stull[12] ; 7. 9-Curt Inks[1] ; 8. 6-Butch Latte[4] ; 9. 18s-Randy Swiecicki[8] ; 10. 8S-Brandon Stuckey[5] ; 11. 23m-Brad Mitten[7] ; 12. 51-David Bankey[13] ; 13. 21-Todd Warnick[9]

A-Main 1 - (20 Laps)

1. 4M-Jamie Miller[2] ; 2. 25-Jeff Babcock[6] ; 3. P51-Dave Gumby Jr.[8] ; 4. 17x-Dustin Keegan[9] ; 5. 7b-Shawn Valenti[3] ; 6. 11H-Jim Holcomb[7] ; 7. 67-Ben Clapp[4] ; 8. 101-Chester Fitch[15] ; 9. 36M-RJ Cornett[16] ; 10. 32H-Dan Hennig [12] ; 11. 7X-Dana Frey[14] ; 12. 4s-Keith Sorg[13] ; 13. 28-Cody Laird[11] ; 14. 25X-Chuck Roelle[5] ; 15. 20-Troy Hahn[19] ; 16. 65R-Jeremy Ernsberger[20] ; 17. 7H-JT Horn[17] ; 18. 5s-Bradley Stuckey[10] ; 19. 14T-Cody Truman[18] ; 20. 8KB-Kent Brewer[1]

Steel Block Late Models

Qualifying

1.2-Rick Mardis, 14.885; 2.56-BJ Gregory, 14.975; 3.5M-Zach Milbee, 14.990; 4.C2-Corey Delancey, 15.207; 5.S21-Seth Daniels, 15.288; 6.34c-Pete Crum, 15.398; 7.1GRS-Daniel Hill, 15.448; 8.43-Dustin Sprouse, 15.493; 9.24-Jimmy Morey, 15.543; 10.8-Justin Bradford, 15.739; 11.43M-Mike Sprouse, 15.996; 12.69-John Mayes, 16.007; 13.16-Steve Sabo, 16.095; 14.9-Toma Johnson, 16.168; 15.20-Troy Hahn, 16.185; 16.25T-Ted Johnson JR, 16.234; 17.19M-Carter Murday, 16.427; 18.25-Ted Johnsen, 16.520; 19.46-Chris Williams, 16.555; 20.69R-Douglas Baird, 16.559; 21.O-Cameron Tusing, 16.899; 22.X-Gary Cole Jr., 17.130; 23.C4-Zach Calkins, 17.177; 24.22-Anthony Voyles, 17.254; 25.8JR-Dale Cole Jr., 17.564; 26.41-Randy Pollock, 17.739; 27.151-Trace Settles, 17.879; 28.27K-Randy Burkholder, 19.179;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 1GRS-Daniel Hill[1] ; 2. 16-Steve Sabo[3] ; 3. 8JR-Dale Cole Jr.[2] ; 4. 19M-Carter Murday[5] ; 5. 69-John Mayes[7] ; 6. X-Gary Cole Jr.[4] ; 7. 27K-Randy Burkholder[8] ; 8. O-Cameron Tusing[6]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 43-Dustin Sprouse[1] ; 2. C4-Zach Calkins[6] ; 3. 9-Toma Johnson[3] ; 4. 41-Randy Pollock[7] ; 5. 43M-Mike Sprouse[2] ; 6. 25T-Ted Johnson JR[4]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 24-Jimmy Morey[1] ; 2. 69-John Mayes[2] ; 3. 20-Troy Hahn[4] ; 4. 46-Chris Williams[5] ; 5. 22-Anthony Voyles[6] ; 6. 8-Justin Bradford[3] ; 7. 151-Trace Settles[7]

Dash - (6 Laps)

1. C2-Corey Delancey[1] ; 2. 2-Rick Mardis[4] ; 3. 5M-Zach Milbee[2] ; 4. S21-Seth Daniels[5] ; 5. 34c-Pete Crum[6] ; 6. 56-BJ Gregory[3]

B-Main 1 - (0 Laps)

1. 19M-Carter Murday[1] ; 2. 69R-Douglas Baird[4] ; 3. 43M-Mike Sprouse[5] ; 4. 46-Chris Williams[3] ; 5. 25T-Ted Johnson JR[8] ; 6. 22-Anthony Voyles[6] ; 7. 41-Randy Pollock[2] ; 8. X-Gary Cole Jr.[7]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 56-BJ Gregory[6] ; 2. S21-Seth Daniels[4] ; 3. 5M-Zach Milbee[3] ; 4. 34c-Pete Crum[5] ; 5. 19M-Carter Murday[16] ; 6. 69-John Mayes[12] ; 7. 1GRS-Daniel Hill[7] ; 8. 16-Steve Sabo[10] ; 9. 9-Toma Johnson[14] ; 10. 2-Rick Mardis[2] ; 11. 43-Dustin Sprouse[8] ; 12. 46-Chris Williams[19] ; 13. 8-Justin Bradford[13] ; 14. C4-Zach Calkins[11] ; 15. 25T-Ted Johnson JR[20] ; 16. 69R-Douglas Baird[17] ; 17. 24-Jimmy Morey[9] ; 18. 20-Troy Hahn[15] ; 19. C2-Corey Delancey[1] ; 20. 43M-Mike Sprouse[18]

 

 

Cannon McIntosh Wins at Fairbury Speedway with POWRi National Midgets

Belleville, IL. (9/17/22) Cannon McIntosh would emerge victorious at Fairbury American Legion Speedway to capture his sixteenth career victory with the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League in an impressive showing of open-wheel action in the thirty-lap feature finale.

Early Fairbury Speedway competition with the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League would see Cannon McIntosh start the quickest putting down a 12.662-second hot-lap as Brenham Crouch, Maria Cofer, and Gavan Boschele would each earn heat racing wins.

Setting the field of competitors would find pole-starter and high-point qualifier Brenham Crouch battling front-row counterpart Cannon McIntosh into the first pair of corners on the opening lap with Crouch capturing the initial racing advantage with McIntosh, Gavan Boschele, Dominic Gorden, and Mitchell Davis in hot pursuit.

Holding the front of the field for the first half of the race, Brenham Crouch would appear to be the fastest wheelman until Cannon McIntosh would use a high-line maneuver to take the lead away from the fast Crouch.

Maintaining the front of the field after the late-race restarts, Cannon McIntosh not be denied with the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League to earn the feature victory to earn his tenth victory of the season.

“This was a struggle at the end, I was battling air pressure going down after that late-race restart and had to fend off the great efforts of Karter and stay below the cushion” stated Cannon McIntosh in the Fairbury Illinois victory lane.

Staying close in the entire feature, Karter Sarff would secure a solid showing of runner-up with Dominic Gorden completing the feature's final podium placement. Gavan Boschele would show speed all event to finish fourth as Tyler Baran rounded out the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League top-five finishers at Fairbury Speedway.

POWRi National Midget League | Fairbury Speedway | 9/17/22: Hoosier Racing Tire Fast Hot Lap Time: 08-Cannon McIntosh (12.662) Advanced Racing Suspensions Heat Race 1 Winner: 97-Brenham Crouch Auto Meter Heat Race 2 Winner: 57-Maria Cofer Schure Built Suspensions Heat Race 3 Winner: 5-Gavan Boschele MVT Services High Point Qualifier: 97-Brenham Crouch Toyota Racing Development Hard Charger: 11T-Tyler Baran Lucas Oil Feature Winner: 08-Cannon McIntosh

Lucas Oil A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 08-Cannon McIntosh[2]; 2. 21K-Karter Sarff[6]; 3. 71K-Dominic Gorden[5]; 4. 5-Gavan Boschele[3]; 5. 11T-Tyler Baran[14]; 6. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[12]; 7. 25K-Taylor Reimer[11]; 8. 17C-David Camfield Jr[15]; 9. 26-Chance Crum[13]; 10. 21-Emilio Hoover[10]; 11. 71M-Ben Rhodes[17]; 12. 40-Chase McDermand[20]; 13. 14-Cody Hays[18]; 14. 57-Maria Cofer[4]; 15. 11N-Nick Baran[16]; 16. 97-Brenham Crouch[1]; 17. 71E-Mariah Ede[9]; 18. 56-Mitchell Davis[7]; 19. 16C-Devin Camfield[8]; 20. 36-Chris Baue[19].

Advanced Racing Suspension Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 97-Brenham Crouch[6]; 2. 71K-Dominic Gorden[3]; 3. 21-Emilio Hoover[4]; 4. 16C-Devin Camfield[7]; 5. 17C-David Camfield Jr[2]; 6. (DNS) 36-Chris Baue; 7. (DNS) 40-Chase McDermand.

Auto Meter Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 57-Maria Cofer[1]; 2. 08-Cannon McIntosh[7]; 3. 21K-Karter Sarff[5]; 4. 25K-Taylor Reimer[3]; 5. 26-Chance Crum[6]; 6. 71M-Ben Rhodes[2]; 7. 14-Cody Hays[4].

Schure Built Suspension Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 5-Gavan Boschele[2]; 2. 71E-Mariah Ede[1]; 3. 56-Mitchell Davis[5]; 4. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[3]; 5. 11T-Tyler Baran[6]; 6. 11N-Nick Baran[4].

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NIENHISER SCORES #MOWASPRINTS VICTORY IN SCHUH-BARLOW MEMORIAL; BECOMES WINNINGEST DRIVER IN SERIES HISTORY

Jacksonville, IL (September 16, 2022) Friday night at Jacksonville Speedway couldn’t have gone any better for Paul Nienhiser. The Chapin, Illinois picked up his second Morrow Brothers Ford MOWA Sprint Car Series feature event of 2022 in front of a hometown crowd on a night that meant so much.

Nienhiser and Cory Bruns led the field to the green flag, with Nienhiser getting the advantage. A lap one melee slowed the field when Jacob Patton got upside down, collecting Eric Shelton, Ryan Edwards and Luke Verardi. Patton escaped without injury.

NIenhiser again jumped out front as the field went back to green. Cory Bruns was able to pull away from JJ Hickle to take command of the second spot, while Hickle battled Korey Weyant for third. A spinning Brady Parmeley brought out the caution on lap three.

Restarting with 22 laps remaining, Nienhiser brought the field back to life. Korey Weyant was able to stay with Bruns on and made his into second and began to chase down the race leader. A two-second lead for Nienhiser was erased after Shelby Bosie spun around in turn four.

Laps continued to wind down with Nienhiser continuing to show the way. Jake Neuman, who started ninth had maneuvered through the field into the fourth position by lap 12. Nienhiser was able to again extend his lead to over two seconds over Korey Weyant who continued to run second ahead of Cory Bruns when Shelby Bosie spun around in turn four to draw caution once again.

With Nienhiser continuing to lead, the battle behind him was heating up as Weyant and Bruns were sliding each other for the second spot. Brayton Lynch worked to the inside of Jake Neuman in the middle of turns three and four, making contact with Neuman’s #3N before collecting Jason Keith who saw his night end early from getting upside down.

Down to 10 laps remaining, Nienhiser continued to dominate with action picking up behind him with JJ Hickle chasing Jake Neuan for fourth. Nienhiser had navigated through lapped traffic with seven laps remaining to see the field slow again as Luke Verardi and Caden Englehart spun in turn two.

A seven lap shootout with Nienhiser at the point, set the field up for the final restart. Nienhiser pulled away to a comfortable lead as Jake Neuman got a great restart to overtake Korey Weyant and eventually Cory Bruns for second with two laps to go. Neuman worked his way to the front and was within striking distance, as the top two battled down the backstretch for the final time. Neuman looked inside of Nienhiser, but to no avail. Nienhiser picked up his 23rd series career victory, ahead of Neuman, Bruns, Weyant and Corbin Gurley. Ryan Bunton, who started 23rd on the field, advanced 15 spots to earn the BMRS Hard Charger Award after finishing 8th.

As Nienhiser exited his #9X machine to a standing ovation, with a smile on his face, it finally sunk in. “Man, Jerrod set the bar extremely high many years ago. I think it took me longer to get here, but to be able to say you have more wins than (Jerrod) Hull with MOWA is really, really cool” said Nienhiser in Victory Lane.

The Morrow Brothers Ford MOWA Sprint Car Series will make the trip to Spoon River Speedway tomorrow, September 17 for the 35th Annual Tom Knowles Memorial.

Feature Results: 1. Paul Nienhiser, 2. Jake Neuman, 3. Cory Bruns, 4. Korey Weyant, 5. Corbin Gurley, 6. J.J. Hickle, 7. Jeremy Standridge, 8. Ryan Bunton, 9. Tyler Duff, 10. Trevin Littleton, 11. Caden Englehart, 12. Shelby Bosie, 13. Eric Shelton, 14. Logan Faucon, 15. Brayton Lynch, 16. Brady Parmeley, 17. McCain Richards, 18. Luke Verardi, 19. Jason Keith, 20. Colton Fisher, 21. Jacob Patton, 22. Ryan Edwards, 23. Will Armitage (DNS)

 

 

Lynch takes 410 portion of Burns Memorial; Ferree takes ULMS Portion at Dog Hollow
For immediate release September 16, 2022

Strongstown, PA - Sye Lynch of Cowansville picked up the $5,000 payday for the 410 Sprint part of the Burns Brothers Memorail Friday night at Dog Hollow Speedway while Saxonburgs Alex Ferree picked up the ULMS Portion of the action.
Other winners as part of the Memorial Chevrolet Hustle @ the Hollow include Michael Duritsky of Masontown in the Townsend Gas and Oil RUSH Late Models, Andrew Gordon of Brookville in the Pro Stock feature, Adam Pletcher of Tire Hill copped the Texas Auto Ranch Four Cylinder feature and it was John Eckenrod of Ebensburg taking the win in the RUSH Stock Car feature.

The 410 Sprint cars showed up with 20 cars strong to put on a show of speed for the fans, as Scotty Thiel and Sye Lunch led the field to the green flag, with Thiel taking the lead. A pair of cautions would slow the race on the opening lap, then as Theil led the field into the first turn on lap two, on the second restart, he went high and sailed off the second turn, which would put him to the rear of the field, and it put Lynch in the lead. The final 24 laps went non-stop, as Lynch set a blistering pace, working his way in and out of slower traffic. As he was leaving the rest of the field, AJ Flick, Ryan Smith and Billy Dietrich were jockeying for second spot and Flick won that fight. At the waving of Brian Biancuzzio’s double checkered flags, it was Lynch taking the win over Flick, Dietrich, Smith and Dan Shetler. Heat wins went to Thiel, Lynch and Flick.

The Subway of Downtown Clearfield UMLS Super Late Models saw Matt Cosner and Jon Lee on the front row, as Lee took the initial lead, but he charged into the first turn a little too hard, going off the second turn and bringing out the caution. This would put Lee to the back, but a flat tire put him in the pits and out of action. The restart saw Joey Petyak line up on the outside pole, and at the start it was Cosner taking the lead and Petyak was second. Cautions on laps six and eight for a spinning Tom Schrinhofer, Jr. slowed the race. Cosner continued to set the pace, with Jason Covert taking the lead from Cosner on lap nine. He was holding tough and setting the pace when Alex Ferree charged into the lead and kept all challengers to a minimum, as he picked up the win over Andrew Wylie, Ryan Montgomery was third from 24th, Covert was fourth and Ross Bailes was fifth. Heat wins went to Lee, Petyak and Covert.

The RUSH Late Models saw Danny Angelicchio and Michael Duritsky on the front row, as Angelicchio got out of the gate first, and led the first lap before Duritsky took the lead and he never relinquished it, as he picked up the win. Braden Dillinger was second with Clinton Hersh, Angelicchio and Brady Wonderling completing the top five. Angelicchio and Duritsky split heat wins.

The Pro Stock feature had some problems getting completed, as Fuzzy Fields and Jake Weyer lined up beside each other, as Fields took the initial lead and set through a few cautions before Andrew Gordon took the lead on lap four. While Gordon led the race from green to checkered, he didn’t hesitate to kick it in high gear, as he went on to get the win over Brandon Connor, Bruce Hartzfeld, Tim Bish and Chase Lambert. Heat wins went to Fields, Weyer and Connor.

It was all Adam Pletcher in the Four Cylinder feature, as he got off the line before Joseph Beningo and he never gave up the lead, many tried, including Shawn Hadden, Beningo and Ashton Daughenbaugh. When the 20 lap grind was over it was Pletcher getting the win over Daughenbaugh, Dave Diethrick, Michael Sinclair and Bill Eckenrode. Heat wins went to Pletcher, Beningo and Eckenrode.

John Eckenrod won the RUSH Stock Cars shootout over Tim Laughard. The feature saw Eckenrod lead the whole race, but Laughard was right there and up for the challenge, but coming up a tad short at the line.

Dog Trax: 102 cars filled the pits, including: 26 ULMS Late Models, 20 410 Sprints, 16 RUSH Late Models, 18 Pro Stocks, 20 Four Cylinders and 2 RUSH Stock Cars…The Pine Township Fire Co. 50/50 was $1,740…Tonight is the Tom Smith Memorial and night two of the Hustle @ the Hollow.

SUMMARY:

410 Sprints: 1. Sye Lynch, Cowansville; 2. A.J. Flick, 3. Billy DIetrich, 4. Ryan Smith, 5. Dan Shetler, 6. Bradley Howard, 7. Jack Sodeman, Jr., 8. Scotty Thiel, 9. Carl Bowser, 10. Todd Gracey, 11. Brandon Matus, 12. Cody Bova, 13. Tyler Denochick, 14. Billy Jones, Jr., 15. Brent Matus, 16. Brandon Spithaler, 17. Mike Lutz, Jr., 18. Danny Smith, 19. William Kiley.
Did Not Start: Zach Morrow.

Subway of CLearfield, ULMS Super Late Models: 1. Alex Ferree, Saxonburg; 2. Andrew Wylie, 3. Ryan Montgomery, 4. Jason Covert, 5. Ross Bailes, 6. Tyler Emory, 7. Danny Snyder, 8. Danny Angelicchio, 9. Eddie Carrier Jr. 10. Del Rougeux, 11. Jared Miley, 12. John Wayne Weaver, 13. Levi Yetter, 14. Clay Ruffo, 15. Gary Lyle, 16. Dylan Fenton, 17. Dave Stamm, 18. Lenm Dobrosielski, Jr. 19. Matt Cosner, 20. Ryan Christoff, 21. Danny Kienitz, 22. Joey Petyak, 23. Tom Schirnhofer, Jr., 24. Jason Miller, 25. Jon Lee, 26. Levi Spinneweber.

 

 

Chase Randall Wins Night Two POWRi WAR of JHDMM at Lucas Oil

Belleville, IL. (9/16/22) Chase Randall would use a late-race restart to perfection with the Lucas Oil POWRi Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League feature event in Night Two of the Twelfth Annual Jesse Hockett/Daniel McMillin Memorial at Lucas Oil Speedway Friday Night to notch his inaugural career league feature victory.

Early on track accomplishments of the second split prelim night with thirty-two entries would witness Wesley Smith clock fast-time in group qualifying with 15.409-second-lap as Chase Randall, Zach Daum, Ricky Lewis, and Wesley Smith each notched heat racing victories. Riley Kreisel would earn the semi-feature win with Wesley Smith gaining the high point qualifier award after preliminary competition.

Battling on the initial green flag start would find Wesley Smith combat front-row companion Chase Randall into the first pair of corners with Randall gaining the early race lead as Landon Simon quickly gained the front of the field.

Keeping the field of drivers behind him, Simon would appear to be the quickest until a caution with nine laps remaining would alter his attempts of winning on the night after stretching out a commanding lead.

Restarting with less than ten laps remaining, Simon would be in an instant-classic battle with Chase Randall and Wesley Smith each riding the high lines with the intent of winning. Randall would edge around Simon to take the lead as Smith would launch for the lead on the final lap.

Battling until the bitter end as the checkers waved, Chase Randall would top off the night by winning for the first time with POWRi WAR as Wesley Smith would finish in the runner-up positioning by less than half a second with one-time leader Landon Simon clinching the final podium placement in the event.

“I can’t think of a better way to celebrate a birthday, this is a huge win for this team. I don’t get to race non-wing very often but I love it with action like this” said a celebratory Chase Randall in the Lucas Oil Speedway winner’s circle.

Maintaining a solid showing all night, Jack Wagner would wheel his way to way to finish fourth as Ricky Lewis rounded out the top-five finishers in the Lucas Oil POWRi Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League feature event at Lucas Oil Speedway on Night Two of the annual prestigious event.

POWRi WAR Sprint League | Lucas Oil Speedway | 9/16/22: Hoosier Racing Tire Quick Time: 44-Wesley Smith (15.409) Advanced Racing Suspension Heat Race 1 Winner: 9-Chase Randall Auto Meter Heat Race 2 Winner: 22M-Zach Daum Schure Built Suspensions Heat Race 3 Winner: 41L-Ricky Lewis AFCO Racing Heat Race 4 Winner: 44-Wesley Smith Max Papis Innovations Semi Feature Winner: 91-Riley Kreisel MVT Services High Point Qualifier: 44-Wesley Smith Toyota Racing Development Hard Charger: #1-Justin Zimmerman (+15) Lucas Oil Feature Winner: 9-Chase Randall

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 9-Chase Randall[2]; 2. 44-Wesley Smith[1]; 3. 24-Landon Simon[4]; 4. 77-Jack Wagner[5]; 5. 41L-Ricky Lewis[7]; 6. #1-Justin Zimmerman[21]; 7. 15B-Quinton Benson[8]; 8. 15-Matt Sherrell[15]; 9. 91-Riley Kreisel[17]; 10. 20-Shon Deskins[6]; 11. 16-Anthony Nicholson[12]; 12. 73V-Blake Vermillion[13]; 13. 1JR-Steven Russell[20]; 14. 26-Zach Clark[11]; 15. 21-Michelle Parson[19]; 16. 21X-Caleb Stelzig[9]; 17. 22M-Zach Daum[3]; 18. 7R-JD Black[22]; 19. 41-Brad Wyatt[14]; 20. 00-Broc Elliott[18]; 21. (DNF) 31M-Mason Smith[16]; 22. (DNS) 89-Todd McVay.

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 91-Riley Kreisel[16]; 2. 00-Broc Elliott[2]; 3. 21-Michelle Parson[4]; 4. 1JR-Steven Russell[14]; 5. #1-Justin Zimmerman[15]; 6. 7R-JD Black[9]; 7. 74N-Natalie Doney[3]; 8. 2-Jason Billups[7]; 9. 52-Dean Bowers[1]; 10. 39-Kimberly Tyre[11]; 11. 45-Jesse Bebee[8]; 12. (DNF) 7M-Heath Murry[6]; 13. (DNF) 21M-Michael Moore[13]; 14. (DNF) 75-Tyler Blank[5]; 15. (DNS) 55L-Casey Lewallen; 16. (DNS) 9H-Cody Baker.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 9-Chase Randall[4]; 2. 15B-Quinton Benson[3]; 3. 41-Brad Wyatt[2]; 4. 89-Todd McVay[8]; 5. 74N-Natalie Doney[5]; 6. 75-Tyler Blank[7]; 7. 39-Kimberly Tyre[6]; 8. 91-Riley Kreisel[1].

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 22M-Zach Daum[3]; 2. 24-Landon Simon[4]; 3. 21X-Caleb Stelzig[5]; 4. 26-Zach Clark[8]; 5. 21-Michelle Parson[2]; 6. 2-Jason Billups[6]; 7. 21M-Michael Moore[7]; 8. 1JR-Steven Russell[1].

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 41L-Ricky Lewis[2]; 2. 77-Jack Wagner[4]; 3. 16-Anthony Nicholson[3]; 4. 31M-Mason Smith[5]; 5. 52-Dean Bowers[8]; 6. 7M-Heath Murry[6]; 7. 55L-Casey Lewallen[7]; 8. #1-Justin Zimmerman[1].

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 44-Wesley Smith[4]; 2. 20-Shon Deskins[6]; 3. 73V-Blake Vermillion[2]; 4. 15-Matt Sherrell[5]; 5. 00-Broc Elliott[7]; 6. 7R-JD Black[1]; 7. 45-Jesse Bebee[8]; 8. 9H-Cody Baker[3].

Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 9-Chase Randall, 00:18.441[3]; 2. 15B-Quinton Benson, 00:18.635[2]; 3. 41-Brad Wyatt, 00:19.100[1]; 4. 91-Riley Kreisel, 00:19.677[4]; 5. 74N-Natalie Doney, 00:19.849[5]; 6. 39-Kimberly Tyre, 00:21.702[6]; 7. 75-Tyler Blank, 00:50.000[7]; 8. 89-Todd McVay, 00:50.000[8].

Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 24-Landon Simon, 00:15.474[3]; 2. 22M-Zach Daum, 00:15.484[2]; 3. 21-Michelle Parson, 00:16.221[4]; 4. 1JR-Steven Russell, 00:16.295[7]; 5. 21X-Caleb Stelzig, 00:16.343[1]; 6. 2-Jason Billups, 00:17.556[6]; 7. 21M-Michael Moore, 00:18.207[8]; 8. 26-Zach Clark, 00:18.207[5].

Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 77-Jack Wagner, 00:15.793[4]; 2. 16-Anthony Nicholson, 00:15.993[1]; 3. 41L-Ricky Lewis, 00:16.270[5]; 4. #1-Justin Zimmerman, 00:16.295[3]; 5. 31M-Mason Smith, 00:16.500[2]; 6. 7M-Heath Murry, 00:17.177[8]; 7. 55L-Casey Lewallen, 00:17.864[7]; 8. 52-Dean Bowers, 00:18.368[6].

Qualifying 4 (3 Laps): 1. 44-Wesley Smith, 00:15.409[6]; 2. 9H-Cody Baker, 00:15.481[2]; 3. 73V-Blake Vermillion, 00:15.510[4]; 4. 7R-JD Black, 00:15.635[3]; 5. 15-Matt Sherrell, 00:15.666[8]; 6. 20-Shon Deskins, 00:15.781[7]; 7. 00-Broc Elliott, 00:17.318[1]; 8. 45-Jesse Bebee, 00:18.542[5].

Next, for the Lucas Oil POWRi Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League will be the final night of the Twelfth Annual Jesse Hockett Daniel McMillin Memorial seasonal wrap-up at Lucas Oil Speedway on September 17.

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Photo Credit: Jeff Taylor

 

 

Crawley, Clouser earn feature wins as 12th annual Hockett-McMillin Memorial opens at Lucas Oil Speedway

WHEATLAND, MO. (Sept. 15, 2022) - Veteran Tim Crawley led all the way to pick up the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series feature win on opening night of the 12th annual Jesse Hockett-Daniel McMillin Memorial at Lucas Oil Speedway.

Meanwhile, Illinois' Mario Clouser was first to the checkers on the non-wing side of things as he earned the POWRi WAR Sprint main event Thursday night.

A total of 107 cars, including 78 ASCS Sprints, were in action on Thursday with the other half of the WAR Sprints scheduled to compete on Friday night for their preliminary program. Drivers in both divisions are compiling points toward the starting field on Saturday night.

The event recognizes the legacy of Jesse Hockett, from Warsaw, Missouri, who was a star in both the winged and non-wing sprint divisions when he lost his life in a shop accident in 2010. His cousin and crew chief, Daniel McMillin, was killed in an automobile accident in 2006.

Crawley, of Benton, Arkansas, started up front and led all 25 laps en route to the $3,000 Lucas Oil ASCS feature victory. He held off Derek Hagar in a race that ran caution-free and took only 7 minutes, 4 seconds.

"We work out butts off and this is what makes it all worthwhile," Crawley said. "We lost a good friend at home this week to cancer and then here's the Jesse and McMillin deal here. This all means a lot to me, it really does."

Crawley points to his trophy and noted that he already has one Hockett-McMillin prelim trophy on his wall at home.

"Here's another and we've got two more nights. I've got room for two more," Crawley said in victory lane. Saturday night's finale pays $10,000 to the ASCS feature winner.

Crawley, starting outside of row one, grabbed the lead at the start but Hagar and Joe B. Miller were close behind through the first five laps.

By lap 10, Crawley had gradually built a 1.5-second lead over Hagar in the extended green-flag run. He was able to navigate lapped traffic to maintain the margin as the laps quickly clicked away and opened a 2.2-second command with five remaining.

Crawley held on from there to beat fellow Arkansas driver Hagar by 1.2 seconds. Mark Smith finished third with Miller fourth and Wayne Johnson in fifth.

"We got to the lead and I started creeping down and once I got into the rubber, I didn't push it too hard," Crawley said. "I knew it was going to be hard to pass and I wasn't going to get out of line. I actually let the lapped cars go. I started pedaling and hitting my marks.

"Sometimes you don't have to lap a whole bunch of cars to win, you just have to stay in position and that's what I was trying to do."

Clouser earns POWRi WAR win: Mario Clouser of Chatham, Illinois, took control after an early back-and-forth battle and led the final 20 laps to earn his 13th career POWRi WAR Sprint feature victory.

Clouser beat Wyatt Burks by just over a second to locked himself into Saturday night's $4,077-to-win main event.

"I was a little nervous there. Wyatt got by us a couple of times early and I had to kind of hustle to get him back," Clouser said after his $2,000 triumph.

Clouser said Burks showed him a line early in the race of using the high groove in turns one and two and the low line in three and four.

"I was afraid that might be the scenario. It's up over the edge there off four," Clouser said. "You just can't carry enough momentum there to make it work. I won one here a couple of years ago where you had to run high down there and low down here."

Clouser, who set fast qualifying time earlier in the evening before winning his heat race, started on the pole and led the opening lap. But Isaac Chapple used a pass out of turn four to lead lap two before the two swapped places again on lap five.

A close battle between the leaders began to see separation by lap 12 as Clouser opened a two-second lead over Chapple. Wyatt Burks moved into second a lap later with seventh-starting Schudy advancing to fourth.

Clouser’s lead hit 2.5 seconds by lap 17 as he weaved his way through lapped traffic. That comfortable margin was wiped away, however, when a caution flag flew with eight laps to go.

Clouser was able to hang onto the lead after the restart, holding off Burks by 1.08 seconds with Joe B. Miller rallying from 13th to third. Xavier Domey finished fourth with Casey Shuman fifth.

"It's good to get a prelim-night win," Clouser said. "We just need to finish it on Saturday. We've been close a couple of times. It would be nice to seal the deal and get one. I really want to win this race, probably worse than any race in the country right now."

LUCAS OIL SPEEDWAY UNOFFICIAL RESULTS (Sept. 15, 2022) 12th annual Jesse Hockett-Daniel McMillin Memorial Lucas Oil ASCS Sprints A Feature - 1. 1X-Tim Crawley[2]; 2. 9JR-Derek Hagar[6]; 3. 43M-Mark Smith[8]; 4. 51B-Joe B Miller[4]; 5. 2C-Wayne Johnson[1]; 6. 10-Landon Britt[7]; 7. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 8. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[17]; 9. 87-Sean McClelland[18]; 10. 91-Michael Day[10]; 11. 95-Matt Covington[5]; 12. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[12]; 13. 84-Scott Bogucki[9]; 14. 5D-Zach Daum[15]; 15. 36-Jason Martin[11]; 16. 14E-Kyle Bellm[13]; 17. 45X-Kyler Johnson[20]; 18. 9-Chase Randall[22]; 19. 24-Garet Williamson[21]; 20. 22-Riley Goodno[14]; 21. 22K-Kaleb Johnson[19]; 22. 1XX-Jake Bubak[16]; 23. 98P-Miles Paulus[25]; 24. 187-Landon Crawley[24]; 25. 55B-Brandon Anderson[23] B Feature 1 - 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[2]; 2. 45X-Kyler Johnson[4]; 3. 55B-Brandon Anderson[7]; 4. 98P-Miles Paulus[3]; 5. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[1]; 6. 2-Chase Porter[6]; 7. 77-Jack Wagner[15]; 8. 3M-Howard Moore[10]; 9. 8M-Kade Morton[17]; 10. 13-Chase Howard[11]; 11. 4X-Tyler Blank[5]; 12. 87J-Jace Park[19]; 13. 7C-Chris Morgan[9]; 14. 0-Jake Griffin[13]; 15. 4M-Cameron Martin[20]; 16. 99-Blake Jenkins[16]; 17. 19-Wes Wofford[8]; 18. 15-Jack Potter[14]; 19. 41-Mackenzie Borchers[18]; 20. 33-Alan Zoutte[12]; 21. 6-Dustin Gates[21] B Feature 2 - 1. 87-Sean McClelland[1]; 2. 24-Garet Williamson[3]; 3. 11-Roger Crockett[6]; 4. 22S-Slater Helt[4]; 5. 2J-Zach Blurton[2]; 6. 21-Gunner Ramey[14]; 7. 97M-Scotty Milan[5]; 8. G6-Cody Gardner[13]; 9. 7M-Chance Morton[11]; 10. 1JR-Steven Russell[7]; 11. 17-Alex Sewell[16]; 12. 10P-Dylan Postier[20]; 13. 15D-Andrew Deal[12]; 14. 22M-Rees Moran[8]; 15. 2B-Brett Becker[15]; 16. 44P-Jason Howell[10]; 17. 17F-Chad Frewaldt[17]; 18. 97-Kevin Cummings[18]; 19. 11E-Kyle Edwards[19]; 20. 4-Evan Martin[21]; 21. 7B-Ben Brown[9] B Feature 3 - 1. 22K-Kaleb Johnson[5]; 2. 9-Chase Randall[9]; 3. 47-Dale Howard[1]; 4. 9$-Kyle Clark[3]; 5. 187-Landon Crawley[6]; 6. 31-Casey Wills[11]; 7. 8B-Brad Bowden[18]; 8. 12M-Greg Merritt[17]; 9. 17B-Ryan Bickett[2]; 10. 12-Jeffrey Newell[4]; 11. 50Z-Zach Chappell[16]; 12. 86-Timothy Smith[15]; 13. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[14]; 14. 93-Taylor Walton[10]; 15. 44-Ronny Howard[12]; 16. 88-Terry Easum[7]; 17. 7F-Noah Harris[8]; 18. 00-Broc Elliott[13]; 19. 8X-Tony Higgins[20]; 20. 39-Kimberly Tyre[19] Heat 1 - 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[1]; 2. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[2]; 3. 22-Riley Goodno[3]; 4. 98P-Miles Paulus[7]; 5. 2-Chase Porter[8]; 6. 31-Casey Wills[5]; 7. 7B-Ben Brown[4]; 8. 86-Timothy Smith[6]; 9. 8M-Kade Morton[9]; 10. 11E-Kyle Edwards[10] Heat 2 - 1. 91-Michael Day[2]; 2. 97M-Scotty Milan[1]; 3. 14E-Kyle Bellm[8]; 4. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[4]; 5. 1JR-Steven Russell[6]; 6. 9-Chase Randall[3]; 7. G6-Cody Gardner[5]; 8. 10C-Jeremy Campbell[7]; 9. 17F-Chad Frewaldt[9]; 10. 39-Kimberly Tyre[10] Heat 3 - 1. 95-Matt Covington[3]; 2. 1XX-Jake Bubak[2]; 3. 2C-Wayne Johnson[4]; 4. 22S-Slater Helt[5]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson[6]; 6. 3M-Howard Moore[7]; 7. 8B-Brad Bowden[1]; 8. 21-Gunner Ramey[8]; 9. 50Z-Zach Chappell[9]; 10. 87J-Jace Park[10] Heat 4 - 1. 52-Blake Hahn[6]; 2. 36-Jason Martin[3]; 3. 10-Landon Britt[4]; 4. 9$-Kyle Clark[7]; 5. 19-Wes Wofford[5]; 6. 7F-Noah Harris[9]; 7. 33-Alan Zoutte[8]; 8. 4-Evan Martin[1]; 9. 6-Dustin Gates[2]; 10. 4M-Cameron Martin[10] Heat 5 - 1. 2J-Zach Blurton[1]; 2. 87-Sean McClelland[2]; 3. 43M-Mark Smith[4]; 4. 24-Garet Williamson[3]; 5. 22M-Rees Moran[5]; 6. 93-Taylor Walton[7]; 7. 0-Jake Griffin[6]; 8. 00-Broc Elliott[10]; 9. 12M-Greg Merritt[9]; 10. 8X-Tony Higgins[8] Heat 6 - 1. 9JR-Derek Hagar[4]; 2. 22K-Kaleb Johnson[1]; 3. 5D-Zach Daum[3]; 4. 12-Jeffrey Newell[5]; 5. 187-Landon Crawley[7]; 6. 7M-Chance Morton[6]; 7. 2B-Brett Becker[2]; 8. 15-Jack Potter[9]; 9. 99-Blake Jenkins[10]; 10. 10P-Dylan Postier[8] Heat 7 - 1. 1X-Tim Crawley[6]; 2. 51B-Joe B Miller[4]; 3. 45X-Kyler Johnson[2]; 4. 13-Chase Howard[1]; 5. 11-Roger Crockett[3]; 6. 7C-Chris Morgan[8]; 7. 44-Ronny Howard[7]; 8. 17-Alex Sewell[5]; 9. 97-Kevin Cummings[9] Heat 8 - 1. 17B-Ryan Bickett[1]; 2. 47-Dale Howard[2]; 3. 84-Scott Bogucki[4]; 4. 4X-Tyler Blank[5]; 5. 88-Terry Easum[6]; 6. 44P-Jason Howell[3]; 7. 15D-Andrew Deal[8]; 8. 77-Jack Wagner[7]; 9. 41-Mackenzie Borchers[9] Qualifying 1 - 1. 7B-Ben Brown, 00:14.334[1]; 2. 22-Riley Goodno, 00:14.335[2]; 3. 3-Ayrton Gennetten, 00:14.458[4]; 4. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, 00:14.468[3]; 5. 31-Casey Wills, 00:14.476[7]; 6. 86-Timothy Smith, 00:14.628[6]; 7. 98P-Miles Paulus, 00:14.632[9]; 8. 2-Chase Porter, 00:14.760[10]; 9. 8M-Kade Morton, 00:14.868[8]; 10. 11E-Kyle Edwards, 00:15.857[5] Qualifying 2 - 1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook, 00:14.005[8]; 2. 9-Chase Randall, 00:14.099[9]; 3. 91-Michael Day, 00:14.385[7]; 4. 97M-Scotty Milan, 00:14.458[1]; 5. G6-Cody Gardner, 00:14.495[6]; 6. 1JR-Steven Russell, 00:14.514[2]; 7. 10C-Jeremy Campbell, 00:14.620[10]; 8. 14E-Kyle Bellm, 00:14.943[3]; 9. 17F-Chad Frewaldt, 00:15.474[5]; 10. 39-Kimberly Tyre, 00:16.331[4] Qualifying 3 - 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 00:14.006[5]; 2. 95-Matt Covington, 00:14.116[9]; 3. 1XX-Jake Bubak, 00:14.179[6]; 4. 8B-Brad Bowden, 00:14.318[1]; 5. 22S-Slater Helt, 00:14.494[8]; 6. 55B-Brandon Anderson, 00:14.495[2]; 7. 3M-Howard Moore, 00:14.534[3]; 8. 21-Gunner Ramey, 00:14.572[7]; 9. 50Z-Zach Chappell, 00:14.594[10]; 10. 87J-Jace Park, 00:14.652[4] Qualifying 4 - 1. 10-Landon Britt, 00:14.353[1]; 2. 36-Jason Martin, 00:14.471[4]; 3. 6-Dustin Gates, 00:14.621[5]; 4. 4-Evan Martin, 00:14.742[2]; 5. 19-Wes Wofford, 00:14.765[6]; 6. 52-Blake Hahn, 00:14.975[9]; 7. 9$-Kyle Clark, 00:15.266[10]; 8. 33-Alan Zoutte, 00:15.480[7]; 9. 7F-Noah Harris, 00:15.491[8]; 10. 4M-Cameron Martin, 00:59.999[3] Qualifying 5 - 1. 43M-Mark Smith, 00:14.677[1]; 2. 24-Garet Williamson, 00:14.720[5]; 3. 87-Sean McClelland, 00:14.723[10]; 4. 2J-Zach Blurton, 00:14.871[6]; 5. 22M-Rees Moran, 00:15.055[9]; 6. 0-Jake Griffin, 00:15.335[7]; 7. 93-Taylor Walton, 00:15.348[4]; 8. 8X-Tony Higgins, 00:15.389[2]; 9. 12M-Greg Merritt, 00:15.700[8]; 10. 00-Broc Elliott, 00:59.595[3] Qualifying 6 - 1. 9JR-Derek Hagar, 00:14.529[8]; 2. 5D-Zach Daum, 00:14.770[3]; 3. 2B-Brett Becker, 00:14.848[10]; 4. 22K-Kaleb Johnson, 00:14.879[5]; 5. 12-Jeffrey Newell, 00:14.983[9]; 6. 7M-Chance Morton, 00:15.150[4]; 7. 10P-Dylan Postier, 00:15.252[1]; 8. 15-Jack Potter, 00:15.263[2]; 9. 187-Landon Crawley, 00:15.263[6]; 10. 99-Blake Jenkins, 00:15.263[7] Qualifying 7 - 1. 51B-Joe B Miller, 00:14.891[5]; 2. 11-Roger Crockett, 00:14.915[2]; 3. 45X-Kyler Johnson, 00:14.931[7]; 4. 13-Chase Howard, 00:15.164[8]; 5. 17-Alex Sewell, 00:15.312[4]; 6. 1X-Tim Crawley, 00:15.466[6]; 7. 44-Ronny Howard, 00:15.533[9]; 8. 7C-Chris Morgan, 00:16.063[3]; 9. 97-Kevin Cummings, 00:16.483[1] Qualifying 8 - 1. 84-Scott Bogucki, 00:14.907[8]; 2. 44P-Jason Howell, 00:15.201[2]; 3. 47-Dale Howard, 00:15.240[4]; 4. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 00:15.319[7]; 5. 4X-Tyler Blank, 00:15.347[9]; 6. 88-Terry Easum, 00:15.613[1]; 7. 77-Jack Wagner, 00:15.930[6]; 8. 15D-Andrew Deal, 00:16.147[5]; 9. 41-Mackenzie Borchers, 00:16.321[3]

POWRi WAR Sprints A Feature - 1. 6-Mario Clouser[1]; 2. 11W-Wyatt Burks[3]; 3. 31-Joe B Miller[13]; 4. 74-Xavier Doney[17]; 5. 24X-Casey Shuman[6]; 6. 28-Kory Schudy[7]; 7. 52C-Isaac Chapple[2]; 8. 5-Jesse Vermillion[9]; 9. 11-Justin Melton[19]; 10. 37-Brian Beebe[20]; 11. 77X-Colt Treharn[5]; 12. 13-Chase Howard[10]; 13. 21K-Kobe Simpson[11]; 14. 73-Samuel Wagner[12]; 15. 48-Nathan Moore[16]; 16. 44P-Jason Howell[8]; 17. 33W-Rece Wommack[15]; 18. 79-Ryan Hall[18]; 19. 33-Bryson Smith[14]; 20. 33L-Mark Lane[22]; 21. (DNF) 77K-Katlynn Leer[4]; 22. (DNS) 88G-Garrett Hulsey B Feature - 1. 74-Xavier Doney[2]; 2. 79-Ryan Hall[1]; 3. 11-Justin Melton[3]; 4. 37-Brian Beebe[11]; 5. 88G-Garrett Hulsey[5]; 6. 33L-Mark Lane[6]; 7. 2K-Kyle Lewis[9]; 8. 57-Chase Parson[8]; 9. 33K-Michael Merrell[10]; 10. B52-Blake Bowers[7]; 11. 24LCR-Chris Morgan[4]; 12. 38T-Travis Oldfield[12] Heat 1 - 1. 44P-Jason Howell[1]; 2. 77X-Colt Treharn[3]; 3. 24X-Casey Shuman[4]; 4. 33-Bryson Smith[2]; 5. 79-Ryan Hall[6]; 6. B52-Blake Bowers[7]; 7. (DNS) 38T-Travis Oldfield; 8. (DNS) 11X-Tom Curran Heat 2 - 1. 11W-Wyatt Burks[3]; 2. 77K-Katlynn Leer[4]; 3. 31-Joe B Miller[1]; 4. 33W-Rece Wommack[2]; 5. 24LCR-Chris Morgan[5]; 6. 33L-Mark Lane[7]; 7. 37-Brian Beebe[6] Heat 3 - 1. 52C-Isaac Chapple[3]; 2. 5-Jesse Vermillion[2]; 3. 28-Kory Schudy[4]; 4. 74-Xavier Doney[1]; 5. 11-Justin Melton[5]; 6. 88G-Garrett Hulsey[7]; 7. 33K-Michael Merrell[6] Heat 4 - 1. 6-Mario Clouser[4]; 2. 13-Chase Howard[1]; 3. 73-Samuel Wagner[2]; 4. 21K-Kobe Simpson[7]; 5. 48-Nathan Moore[3]; 6. 57-Chase Parson[5]; 7. 2K-Kyle Lewis[6] Qualifying 1 - 1. 24X-Casey Shuman, 00:15.511[8]; 2. 77X-Colt Treharn, 00:16.278[1]; 3. 33-Bryson Smith, 00:16.290[4]; 4. 44P-Jason Howell, 00:16.302[2]; 5. 38T-Travis Oldfield, 00:16.351[3]; 6. 79-Ryan Hall, 00:16.765[7]; 7. B52-Blake Bowers, 00:18.270[5]; 8. 11X-Tom Curran, 00:18.270[6] Qualifying 2 - 1. 77K-Katlynn Leer, 00:15.616[3]; 2. 11W-Wyatt Burks, 00:16.139[1]; 3. 33W-Rece Wommack, 00:16.396[2]; 4. 31-Joe B Miller, 00:16.420[7]; 5. 24LCR-Chris Morgan, 00:16.634[4]; 6. 37-Brian Beebe, 00:16.891[6]; 7. 33L-Mark Lane, 00:17.032[5] Qualifying 3 - 1. 28-Kory Schudy, 00:15.451[2]; 2. 52C-Isaac Chapple, 00:15.563[1]; 3. 5-Jesse Vermillion, 00:15.887[6]; 4. 74-Xavier Doney, 00:16.078[4]; 5. 11-Justin Melton, 00:16.411[7]; 6. 33K-Michael Merrell, 00:16.687[3]; 7. 88G-Garrett Hulsey, 00:16.991[5] Qualifying 4 - 1. 6-Mario Clouser, 00:15.328[6]; 2. 48-Nathan Moore, 00:16.161[3]; 3. 73-Samuel Wagner, 00:16.340[7]; 4. 13-Chase Howard, 00:16.418[5]; 5. 57-Chase Parson, 00:16.729[1]; 6. 2K-Kyle Lewis, 00:17.026[4]; 7. 21K-Kobe Simpson, 00:17.089[2]

Action continues on Friday night with grandstands and pits opening at 4 p.m., hot laps at 6 and racing at 7:05.

Hockett-McMillin Schedule/Admission: (Friday) Grandstands Open: 4 p.m. Draw/Check-In: 4 p.m. Drivers' Meeting: 5 p.m. Hot Laps: 6 p.m. Racing: 7:05 p.m. Grandstand Admission adults (16 and up) - $25 Seniors (62 and up)/Military - $22 Youth (6-15) - $5 Kids (5 and under) FREE Family Pass (click here for more info) - $55 Pit Pass - $40 3-Day Pit Pass - $125

(Saturday) Grandstands Open: 4 p.m. Drivers' Meeting: 4:45 p.m. Hot Laps: 5:30 p.m. Racing: 6:35 p.m. Adults (16 and up) - $35 Seniors (62 and over)/Military - $32 Youth (6-15) - $10 Kids (5 and under) - FREE Family Pass (click here more more info) - $80 Pit Pass - $45

To purchase tickets for any event on Lucas Oil Speedway's schedule, or to inquire about camping information, contact Admissions Director Nichole McMillan at (417) 295-6043 or via email at nichole@lucasoilspeedway.com.

 

 

Mario Clouser Claims Night One of JHDMM with POWRi WAR at Lucas Oil

Belleville, IL. (9/15/22) Mario Clouser would remain perfect on the night with the Lucas Oil POWRi Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League feature event in Night One of the Twelfth Annual Jesse Hockett/Daniel McMillin Memorial at Lucas Oil Speedway Thursday Night to notch his thirteenth career league feature victory.

Early on track accomplishments of the first split prelim night with twenty-nine entries would witness Mario Clouser clock fast-time in group qualifying with 15.328-second-lap as Jason Howell, Wyatt Burks, Isaac Chapple, and Mario Clouser each notched heat racing victories. Xavier Doney would earn the semi-feature win with Mario Clouser gaining the high point qualifier award after preliminary competition.

Battling on the initial green flag start would find Mario Clouser combat front-row companion Isaac Chapple into the first pair of corners with Clouser gaining the early race lead as Wyatt Burks, Isaac Chapple, Casey Shuman, and Kory Schudy all battled inside the first three rows of competition in close contention for the front.

Grabbing the preferred position in front after the initial few laps would witness Wyatt Burks briefly overtake Mario Clouser for the lead momentarily as Clouser would mount a comeback to the front of the field, never to relinquish the top spot.

Keeping the field of drivers behind him, Clouser would perfect the night by winning for the second time in 2022 as Wyatt Burks would finish in the runner-up positioning with thirteenth-starting Joe B Miller clinching the final podium placement in the event.

“I was nervous when Wyatt got by early, I knew I had to hustle to get the lead back. The line was over the edge off of four and it was tricky, luckily, I have a little experience with that, Now I just have to finish this thing off Saturday,” said a victorious Clouser in the Lucas Oil Speedway winner’s circle.

Maintaining a solid showing all night, Xavier Doney would hard-charge his way to way to finish fourth as Casey Shuman rounded out the top-five finishers in the Lucas Oil POWRi Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League feature event at Lucas Oil Speedway on Night One.

POWRi WAR Sprint League | Lucas Oil Speedway | 9/15/22: Hoosier Racing Tire Quick Time: 6-Mario Clouser (15.328) Advanced Racing Suspension Heat Race 1 Winner: 44P-Jason Howell Auto Meter Heat Race 2 Winner: 11W-Wyatt Burks Schure Built Suspensions Heat Race 3 Winner: 52C-Isaac Chapple AFCO Racing Heat Race 4 Winner: 6-Mario Clouser Max Papis Innovations Semi Feature Winner: 74-Xavier Doney MVT Services High Point Qualifier: 6-Mario Clouser Toyota Racing Development Hard Charger: 74-Xavier Doney (+13) Lucas Oil Feature Winner: 6-Mario Clouser

A Feature 1 (25 Laps): 1. 6-Mario Clouser[1]; 2. 11W-Wyatt Burks[3]; 3. 31-Joe B Miller[13]; 4. 74-Xavier Doney[17]; 5. 24X-Casey Shuman[6]; 6. 28-Kory Schudy[7]; 7. 52C-Isaac Chapple[2]; 8. 5-Jesse Vermillion[9]; 9. 11-Justin Melton[19]; 10. 37-Brian Beebe[20]; 11. 77X-Colt Treharn[5]; 12. 13-Chase Howard[10]; 13. 21K-Kobe Simpson[11]; 14. 73-Samuel Wagner[12]; 15. 48-Nathan Moore[16]; 16. 44P-Jason Howell[8]; 17. 33W-Rece Wommack[15]; 18. 79-Ryan Hall[18]; 19. 33-Bryson Smith[14]; 20. 33L-Mark Lane[22]; 21. (DNF) 77K-Katlynn Leer[4]; 22. (DNS) 88G-Garrett Hulsey.

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 74-Xavier Doney[2]; 2. 79-Ryan Hall[1]; 3. 11-Justin Melton[3]; 4. 37-Brian Beebe[11]; 5. 88G-Garrett Hulsey[5]; 6. 33L-Mark Lane[6]; 7. 2K-Kyle Lewis[9]; 8. 57-Chase Parson[8]; 9. 33K-Michael Merrell[10]; 10. B52-Blake Bowers[7]; 11. 24LCR-Chris Morgan[4]; 12. 38T-Travis Oldfield[12].

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 44P-Jason Howell[1]; 2. 77X-Colt Treharn[3]; 3. 24X-Casey Shuman[4]; 4. 33-Bryson Smith[2]; 5. 79-Ryan Hall[6]; 6. B52-Blake Bowers[7]; 7. (DNS) 38T-Travis Oldfield; 8. (DNS) 11X-Tom Curran.

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 11W-Wyatt Burks[3]; 2. 77K-Katlynn Leer[4]; 3. 31-Joe B Miller[1]; 4. 33W-Rece Wommack[2]; 5. 24LCR-Chris Morgan[5]; 6. 33L-Mark Lane[7]; 7. 37-Brian Beebe[6].

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 52C-Isaac Chapple[3]; 2. 5-Jesse Vermillion[2]; 3. 28-Kory Schudy[4]; 4. 74-Xavier Doney[1]; 5. 11-Justin Melton[5]; 6. 88G-Garrett Hulsey[7]; 7. 33K-Michael Merrell[6].

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 6-Mario Clouser[4]; 2. 13-Chase Howard[1]; 3. 73-Samuel Wagner[2]; 4. 21K-Kobe Simpson[7]; 5. 48-Nathan Moore[3]; 6. 57-Chase Parson[5]; 7. 2K-Kyle Lewis[6].

Qualifying 1 (3 Laps): 1. 24X-Casey Shuman, 00:15.511[8]; 2. 77X-Colt Treharn, 00:16.278[1]; 3. 33-Bryson Smith, 00:16.290[4]; 4. 44P-Jason Howell, 00:16.302[2]; 5. 38T-Travis Oldfield, 00:16.351[3]; 6. 79-Ryan Hall, 00:16.765[7]; 7. B52-Blake Bowers, 00:18.270[5]; 8. 11X-Tom Curran, 00:18.270[6].

Qualifying 2 (3 Laps): 1. 77K-Katlynn Leer, 00:15.616[3]; 2. 11W-Wyatt Burks, 00:16.139[1]; 3. 33W-Rece Wommack, 00:16.396[2]; 4. 31-Joe B Miller, 00:16.420[7]; 5. 24LCR-Chris Morgan, 00:16.634[4]; 6. 37-Brian Beebe, 00:16.891[6]; 7. 33L-Mark Lane, 00:17.032[5].

Qualifying 3 (3 Laps): 1. 28-Kory Schudy, 00:15.451[2]; 2. 52C-Isaac Chapple, 00:15.563[1]; 3. 5-Jesse Vermillion, 00:15.887[6]; 4. 74-Xavier Doney, 00:16.078[4]; 5. 11-Justin Melton, 00:16.411[7]; 6. 33K-Michael Merrell, 00:16.687[3]; 7. 88G-Garrett Hulsey, 00:16.991[5].

Qualifying 4 (3 Laps): 1. 6-Mario Clouser, 00:15.328[6]; 2. 48-Nathan Moore, 00:16.161[3]; 3. 73-Samuel Wagner, 00:16.340[7]; 4. 13-Chase Howard, 00:16.418[5]; 5. 57-Chase Parson, 00:16.729[1]; 6. 2K-Kyle Lewis, 00:17.026[4]; 7. 21K-Kobe Simpson, 00:17.089[2].

Next, for the Lucas Oil POWRi Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League will be the final two nights of the Twelfth Annual Jesse Hockett Daniel McMillin Memorial seasonal wrap-up at Lucas Oil Speedway on September 16-17.

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UMSS

New Richmond, WI, September 10, 2022

The Traditional Sprint cars of the Pirtek Renegades were back at Cedar Lake Speedway to celebrate the 22nd annual Jerry Richert memorial race. Twenty-one sprinters signed in to do battle, in three 7-car qualifiers. Pirtek heat race #1, which was actually run third after some extended surface preparation, saw the #54 of Cam Schafer bring home the win from the second row. RTS podcast heat #2 went Jake Kouba, while “Surfin’ Safari” Brad Peterson bested the field in CLS heat #3. Peterson and Schafer accumulated identical 138 passing points for top honors in that category. Saturday was also the third and final installment of the GT Transport Hot Shot Challenge. The top six points earners from the heat races all were given the option of forfeiting their scheduled starting position - and head tail end for the start - in pursuit of a whopping $3,000 bonus paid out by GT Transport. Of the six eligible drivers, Cam Schafer and Scott Brandt took up the challenge.

With Schafer giving up the catbird’s seat for the challenge, that put Brad Peterson and Nick DaRonco on the front row. At the drop of the green, Peterson led DaRonco, Johnny Parsons, Mike Mueller, and Jon Lewerer through lap one, with DaRonco taking over the top spot on the second circuit. At the back, Schafer and Brandt went to work immediately and started slicing their way forward, as the pair had already worked their way up to 11th and 12th when a caution flew just four laps in. Back under green, DaRonco began pulling a gap ahead of Parsons, Peterson, Jake Kouba and Mueller. On a restart after the caution on lap eleven, Schafer worked from sixth to fourth in his dogged pursuit of the GT bonus cash. As the laps clicked off, DaRonco increased his lead over the second running Peterson and Schafer, who had clawed his way up to third. At the double checkers, it was Nick DaRonco extending his CLS winning streak to five, ahead of Peterson, Schafer, Mueller and Kouba. With no driver able to claim the GT Transport Hot Shot Challenge, the $3,000 bounty was split evenly among the drivers who competed in all three GT Transport events this summer.

The Pirtek Renegade season wraps up this weekend for both the winged and traditional sprint cars as they participate in the annual Legendary 100 at Cedar Lake on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, September, 15 - 17. More information on upcoming events for the Pirtek Renegades, as well as links to other Renegades series, can be found at www.umsprints.com, or on facebook.

RESULTS:

Feature (25 Laps): 1. 8-Nick DaRonco[2]; 2. 93-Brad Peterson[1]; 3. 54-Cam Schafer[19]; 4. 87-Mike Mueller[6]; 5. 6-Jake Kouba[3]; 6. 12-Johnny Parsons III[4]; 7. 99-Bryan Roach[10]; 8. 7-Scott Brandt[20]; 9. 78-Rob Caho Jr[7]; 10. 10Z-Zach Widdes[5]; 11. 69S-Jon Lewerer[8]; 12. 3K-Jeremy Kerzman[16]; 13. 95-Kevin Bradwell[9]; 14. 17-Erik Bjorklund[12]; 15. 57-Ryan Buck[17]; 16. 04-Brian Trembath[13]; 17. 17K-Mackenzie Bjorklund[15]; 18. 135-Joshua Hulberg[14]; 19. 1-Chuck Schumacher[11]; 20. 76-Kevin Bertram[21]; 21. (DNS) C4-Carl Wade

Pirtek Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 54-Cam Schafer[3]; 2. 8-Nick DaRonco[5]; 3. 95-Kevin Bradwell[2]; 4. 10Z-Zach Widdes[7]; 5. 04-Brian Trembath[1]; 6. 135-Joshua Hulberg[6]; 7. 57-Ryan Buck[4]

RTS podcast Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 6-Jake Kouba[2]; 2. 7-Scott Brandt[3]; 3. 12-Johnny Parsons III[6]; 4. 99-Bryan Roach[4]; 5. 1-Chuck Schumacher[5]; 6. 3K-Jeremy Kerzman[1]; 7. (DNS) C4-Carl Wade

CLS Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 93-Brad Peterson[3]; 2. 87-Mike Mueller[1]; 3. 78-Rob Caho Jr[4]; 4. 69S-Jon Lewerer[6]; 5. 17-Erik Bjorklund[2]; 6. 17K-Mackenzie Bjorklund[5]; 7. 76-Kevin Bertram[7]

 

 

DYKSTRA OPENS BROCKVILLE WEEKEND WITH AST WIN

By Tommy Goudge

BROCKVILLE, Ont. (September 9, 2022) – Jacob Dykstra was back in victory lane after an Action Sprint Tour fueled by Pinty's event on Friday night, this time at Brockville Ontario Speedway.

The first of two weekend events for AST at Brockville began with Lee Ladouceur and Jacob Dykstra on the front row. Dykstra wasted no time taking the lead, but row four starter Matt Billings was on the move. Dykstra led flag-to-flag, but Billings made a late charge to cross the finish line second.

Ladouceur ended up being scored as the runner-up, however, as Billings' car was too light at the scales. Darren Dryden took the final podium spot from row five, followed by Mathieu Bardier and Ashton VanEvery.

Action Sprint Tour Crate Sprint Car series fueled by Pinty’s
Statistical Report – Friday, September 9, 2022
Brockville Ontario Speedway – Brockville, Ontario, Canada

A-Main [Started] 25 laps – NT
1. 5D-Jacob Dykstra[2]; 2. 51-Lee Ladouceur[1]; 3. 12DD-Darren Dryden[10]; 4. 19-Mathieu Bardier[4]; 5. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[7]; 6. 00-Ryan Poole[14]; 7. 31-Dale Curran[3]; 8. 39-Jonah Mutton[11]; 9. 9-Adam Turner[5]; 10. 16R-Seth Roy[6]; 11. 77T-Tyeller Powless[16]; 12. 20-Johnny Miller[15]; 13. 9C-Brian Nanticoke[9]; 14. 85C-Cam MacKinnon[17]; 15. 115-April Wilson[12]; 16. (DNF) 85-Tim Bailey[13]; 17. (DQ) 52-Matt Billings[8]
Lap Leaders – Jacob Dykstra 1-25
Margin of Victory – 2.240 seconds
Hard Charger – Ryan Poole +8

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – 1:57.739
1. 51-Lee Ladouceur[2]; 2. 9-Adam Turner[4]; 3. 12DD-Darren Dryden[3]; 4. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[6]; 5. 00-Ryan Poole[5]; 6. 85C-Cam MacKinnon[1]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – 1:48.945
1. 19-Mathieu Bardier[2]; 2. 31-Dale Curran[3]; 3. 52-Matt Billings[4]; 4. 115-April Wilson[1]; 5. 85-Tim Bailey[5]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 8 laps – 1:59.022
1. 5D-Jacob Dykstra[2]; 2. 16R-Seth Roy[1]; 3. 39-Jonah Mutton[3]; 4. 9C-Brian Nanticoke[6]; 5. 20-Johnny Miller[4]; 6. 77T-Tyeller Powless[5]

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DYKSTRA COMPLETES BROCKVILLE ACTION SPRINT TOUR SWEEP

By Tommy Goudge

BROCKVILLE, Ont. (September 10, 2022) – Jacob Dykstra completed a sweep of the Trailer Pros Canada Sprint Race Weekend at Brockville Ontario Speedway on Saturday night. Dykstra also claimed the win on Friday night, and extended his Action Sprint Tour fueled by Pinty's championship points lead heading into the final four races of the season.

Johnny Miller and Matt Billings started on the front row for Saturday's 25 lap A-Main, and Billings led the first 10 laps before fifth row starter Dykstra slipped past and drove away. Dykstra led the rest of the way, while Billings took the runner-up spot. Lee Ladouceur took the final podium spot, followed by Tyeller Powless and Johnny Miller. Darren Dryden came from row eight to finish sixth, narrowly missing a top five.

Action Sprint Tour officials wish to thank everyone for their donations to Sprint Car driver Paul Pekkonen on Saturday night. A total of $1102.45 was raised to help defray Paul’s medical costs; he was seriously injured while working in his shop last week.

The Action Sprint Tour fueled by Pinty’s will next be in competition at the Canadian Sprint Car Nationals weekend at Ohsweken Speedway on Friday, September 16 and Saturday, September 17. Visit www.actionsprinttour.com for more information.

Action Sprint Tour Crate Sprint Car series fueled by Pinty’s
Statistical Report – Saturday, September 10, 2022
Brockville Ontario Speedway – Brockville, Ontario, Canada

A-Main [Started] 25 laps – 6:13.368
1. 5D-Jacob Dykstra[9]; 2. 52-Matt Billings[2]; 3. 51-Lee Ladouceur[4]; 4. 77T-Tyeller Powless[7]; 5. 20-Johnny Miller[1]; 6. 12DD-Darren Dryden[15]; 7. 00-Ryan Poole[8]; 8. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[10]; 9. 31-Dale Curran[11]; 10. 39-Jonah Mutton[12]; 11. 9C-Brian Nanticoke[6]; 12. 85C-Cam MacKinnon[14]; 13. 85-Tim Bailey[16]; 14. (DNF) 16R-Seth Roy[3]; 15. (DNF) 115-Dan Deyo[13]; 16. (DNF) 19-Mathieu Bardier[5]
Lap Leaders – Matt Billings 1-10; Jacob Dykstra 11-25
Margin of Victory – 4.829 seconds
Hard Charger – Darren Dryden +9

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – 1:57.717
1. 20-Johnny Miller, Six Nations [2]; 2. 9C-Brian Nanticoke, Ohsweken [1]; 3. 16R-Seth Roy, Port Colborne [3]; 4. 77E-Ashton VanEvery, Ohsweken [4]; 5. 115-Dan Deyo, Kingston [5]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – 1:59.996
1. 00-Ryan Poole, Brockville [1]; 2. 51-Lee Ladouceur, Alexandria [2]; 3. 5D-Jacob Dykstra, Port Colborne [3]; 4. 31-Dale Curran, Bowmanville [4]; 5. 85C-Cam MacKinnon, Ridgeway [5]; 6. 85-Tim Bailey, Brockville [6]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 8 laps – 2:00.967
1. 77T-Tyeller Powless, Ohsweken [1]; 2. 52-Matt Billings, Brockville [3]; 3. 19-Mathieu Bardier, Pierreville, Quebec [4]; 4. 39-Jonah Mutton, Brighton [2]; 5. 12DD-Darren Dryden, Freelton [5]

Up Next:
Friday, September 16, 2022 – Ohsweken Speedway – Ohsweken, Ontario
Saturday, September 17, 2022 – Ohsweken Speedway – Ohsweken, Ontario

 

 

Shawn Jones Shines at Gold Cup Opener

(PETERSEN MEDIA-Placerville, CA)- Running extremely well during the NorCal Posse Shootout over Labor Day Weekend, Shawn Jones was not to be denied at the opening night of Gold Cup on Wednesday night in Chico, CA as a strong showing saw him park the Pries Motorsports entry in victory lane.

Lining up on the pole of the 20-lap feature event on what was a 20-car invitational race, Jones jumped out to the lead and would set a torrid pace on the hooked up racing surface.

While action behind him led to a few stoppages, Jones would not let restarts hinder him as he hit his marks and mashed the throttle for 20-laps. With a big pay day up for grabs courtest of added sponsorship from C&H Veteran Ent., Joe Hunt Magnetos, and Transport Products Unlimited, Jones’ Wedesnday night triumph was worth $2,000.00.

Up front it was all about Jones, behind him Daniel Whitley and Jarrett Soares continued their strong runs just as they did at Placerville over the previous weekend and the duo rounded out the podium.

With 20-cars checked in for the invitational event, a draw show was used, and heat races wins went to Brent Steck and Shane Hopkins. Both drivers took home $100 for their efforts courtesy of Dependable Crane.

Jake Morgan finished 10th and Shane Hopkins finished 20th, and they each took home $100 from BioRational Vector Control LLC.

The Hard Charger on Wednesday night was Eathon Lanfri and he was awarded $100 from Transport Products Unlimited for his charge in the feature.

A Main

Shawn Jones #14
Daniel Whitley #3T
Jarrett Soares #12
Nick Larson #24N
Josh Young #7EJ
Heath Holdsclaw #33
Eathon Lanfri #31P
Scott Clough #60
Anthony Snow #17
Eric Hopkins #151
Trey Walters #7
Mark Hanson #79
Jordan Garretson #98Z
Evan Gularte #17M
Nathan Johnson #16
Brent Steck #2STX
Shane Hopkins #51
Nick Robfogel #3
Brian Slubik #121
Jake Morgan #7M

ON TAP: The Hunt Series will be back in action on October 1st at Petaluma Speedway.

WINNERS: Bradley Terrell (March 26th Petaluma Speedway), Jake Morgan (April 2nd Placerville Speedway), Daniel Whitley (May 21st Merced Speedway), Daniel Whitley May 28th Stockton Dirt Track), DJ Johnson (June 18th Marysville Raceway), Jake Morgan (July 16th Placerville Speedway), Bradley Terrell (August 20th Petaluma Speedway) Jake Morgan (Sept. 3rd Placerville Speedway) Shane Hopkins (Sept. 4th Placerville Speedway), Shawn Jones (September 7th Silver Dollar Speedway).

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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 saw Gleeson come back aboard. 2022 the series will be in action on 12 occasions as they visit five different Northern California venues.

 

 

Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints

Weedsport, New York -

Phoenix, New York's Larry Wight continued his hot streak by winning his second consecutive Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints A Main at Weedsport Speedway on Saturday night. Wight took over the top spot on lap eight and held off a hard charging Jordan Poirier late in the race to secure the win, his third overall for the year. Tyler Cartier led the 25 car field down to Dave Farney's green flag with Danny Varin and Larry Wight lurking in the next two rows. Varin and Wight quickly made their way to the front by lap two and both were in lapped traffic by lap five. Wight grabbed the lead on lap eight and opened up a four car lead on Varin with Davie Franek and Joe Trenca within striking distance of Varin. A couple of early race red flags kept the field bunched together but took out Cartier on lap 6 and Shawn Donath and Dylan Swiernik on lap 10. All drivers were ok but done for the night. Halfway through the race, current point leader Jordan Poirier (from 10th) and 2019 champion Paulie Colagiovanni (from 13th) were making their presence known as they pushed towards the front. Varin's night ended as the 01 snapped a rear axle while tracking down the 99L of Wight on lap 16. The lap 16 restart had Wight leading with Colagiovanni, Franek, Trenca and Poirier in hot pursuit. Poirier made his way into second by lap 21 and was closing the gap on Wight but ran out of time, finishing second. Following Wight and Poirier across the line were Colagiovanni, Franek and Trenca. Billy VanInwegen ran well finishing sixth followed by Scott Kreutter, Chuck Hebing, Jason Barney with modified driver Chris Hile rounding out the top ten.

" What a crazy night, lots of cautions tonight but the car was good on restarts" commented Wight after the race. " This is the same car we won at Fulton with and didn't make any changes to it. We unloaded the car today and didn't have to touch it all night."

Jordan Poirier was a busy man in the driver's seat for the A Main, "Yeah, we had a lot going on during the race. The car was ok early in the race but I made some adjustments about halfway through that worked. Regarding all the cautions, "Towards the end of the race I was worried about running out of gas, I was riding around the bottom and leaning out the fuel line just to make sure I had enough."

Paulie Colagiovanni rallied for a podium finish after missing the setup early in the night. " I will take it, I missed the setup early but made some good changes for the Dash run so, I thought we would be ok for the A Main. I was hoping the bottom would slick off a little, which it did, the high side worked well for us tonight"

Fast Times were set by Billy VanInwegen, Shawn Donath and Joe Trenca. Heat wins went to Tommy Wickham, Shawn Donath and Danny Varin. Paulie Colagiovanni won the Dash and ChrisHile won the B Main.

The final points race for the 2022 Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints Championship Tour: Friday, September 16th at Land of Legends Speedway

LUCAS OIL EMPIRE SUPER SPRINTS A MAIN RESULTS from WEEDSPORT SPEEDWAY 9/10/2022: LARRy WIGHT, Jordan Poirier, Paulie Colagiovanni, Davie Franek, Joe Trenca, Billy VanInwegen, Scott Kreutter, Chuck Hebing, Jason Barney, Chris Hile, Bobby Parrow, Logan Crisafulli, Steve Glover, Lacey Hanson, Nick Sheridan, Tommy Wickham, Danny Varin, Kelly Hebing, Kyle Smith, Jonathan Preston, Shawn Donath, Dylan Swiernik, Tyler Cartier, Chris Jones, Jeff Cook

Awards and Contingencies: Pinnacle Pole Award : Cartier, $25 Halfway Leader : Wight, $50 Hard Charger Award : Parrow, $50 Pinnacle Investments Last Car Running : Sheridan $50 Pinnacle Investments 11th Place Finish: Parrow, $25 in fuel Highest Finishing ESS Rookie : Hile, $25 First Non-Qualifier: Granholm, $65 First Non-Feature Winner : Joe Trenca, $65 Rifenburg Contracting Fast Time Award : VanInwegen, Donath, Trenca, $25 each E & V Energy Heat Race Award : Wickham, Donath , Varin, $25 each Ashley Lynn Winery Podium : Wight, Poirier, Colagiovanni, bottle of wine Hoosier Tire: Chuck Hebing

 

 

Shingledecker collects biggest payday in BRP modified tour history with $7K win! Bish (stocks); Morris (305s); Thompson (minis) double up; Cope wins 2nd in crate mods.

By Jim Balentine (Mercer,Pa)

Veteran Jeremiah Shingledecker scored the biggest win in his long storied career by capturing the $7000 to win BRP modified 25th anniversary showdown Saturday at Mercer over a 26 car field that paid $500 to start.

2022 big block mod Mercer champ Mike Kinney would look impressive at the start leading the first 5 laps until Shingledecker took over on lap 6. Ralph Quarterson memorial winner and fri night winner Garrett Krummert would take over on lap 8 and would look to double up on the weekend until he blew a tire on lap 14 giving Shingledecker the lead again.

Shingledecker would keep the lead for the remaining 35 laps but as the race progressed both Krummert and 2021 champ Eric Gabany were methodically moving up through the field . Gabany would start 23 and with 10 to go would be up to 8th. Krummert also passed cars and would be 7th with 10 to go.

On lap 40 a caution came out which would negate Shingledecker’s 3.5 second lead over Erick Rudolph. On the restart Rudolph would be right next to the 37md but both Krummert and Gabany were on a mission as Rudolph dropped to 3rd on lap 44 as Krummert got around and then Gabany would take over 3rd on lap 46 putting Rudolph back to 4th. From there it was a game of cat and mouse as Krummert closed the gap to less than a second but the 37md was too strong and would pull out to a 2.09 second lead and would take the crowd pleasing victory on the final lap. Krummert would finish 2nd with Gabany 3rd, Rudolph was 4th and Mike Kinney 5th. An excited Jeremiah would say “I need a beer!!! That’s more then double the biggest race we ever won I have to thank the Michaels family for putting this on and their track is 200 percent better than It was. When you have Rudolph and Krummert besides you you can only have so many restarts until they beat you but it’s part of the show. It feels good to get back here and picking up $7000 doesn’t hurt anyones feelings.”

Garrett Krummert set a new track record in Qualifying with a 16.029 breaking the long held mark by Kenny Brightbill in 2000.

Veteran Jimmy Morris made a clean sweep in the Racesaver 305 sprint feature after leading all 40 laps in 2 20 lap features this weekend. Vivian Jones came from 6th to pass Jake Gomola for 2nd on lap 14 but ran out of time chasing Morris losing by 1.41 seconds. “I’m ready to take a nap!! But I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else but this place. Hats off to mercer for a pretty racey track considering a 50 lap feature and 2 more before ours. Little guy nationals is my favorite race at the end of the month and this is my first time winning back to back!” Track champ Jeremy Kornbau would get around Gomola for 3rd, and Timmy Bittner was 5th.

Curt Bish continues to dominate the local pro stock winning his 2nd pro stock feature of the weekend and his 6th in 13 starts this year. Bish led from lap 2 in the marathon event beating Pat Fielding by 3.45 seconds. Jim Fosnaught, Terry Young and S off Malone would round out the top 5. “My crew guys were here getting tires set up early and we changed a few things on the car .and I want to wish my dad a happy birthday to my dad as it’s his birthday today and I couldn’t ask for a better present to him.”

Youngster Preston Cope in the Jerry Schaffer owned #24 would hold off 3 time champ Brian Schaffer for the whole 20 laps to win his 2nd career FASTRAK/602 crate modified feature by 1.58 seconds. Logan McCandless would hop into Schaffer’s other #10 car to finish 3rd in his first modified start, Brandon Ritchey was 4th and Michael Kristyak 5th. “There was alot of pressure for this week since gabany won in this car last time”.. said Cope “Ive been running at Jennerstown on the asphalt this year and I’m proud of my guys helping with this accomplishment. Asphalt is so different where you have to be perfect where on dirt you can let it hang loose. I saw the blue 41 coming and I thought I was in for some heavy racing but Brian is a great racer and very clean and I’m appreciative of that I love clean racing”

Andy Thompson also picked up back to back wins this weekend in the mini stock division collecting $800 for his two wins. He would overtake Tim Callahan on lap 7 to go onto his 8th win of the season. Randy Ealy would finish 2nd, Tyler Beehler moved up 4 positions to get 3rd, Callahan fell to 4th and DJ MacRae went from 9th to 5th. “The high line is nice and moist and you get alot of traction up there. I like running high and Ive scraped the wall and mercer has scraped my car off the wall too!!”

Mercer will be off until the end of the month when the annual little guy nationals will take place

305 Sprints Feature 1 20 Laps 1. 16-Jim Morris[1]; 2. 20M-Vivian Jones[6]; 3. 27K-Jeremy Kornbau[2]; 4. 4J-Jacob Gamola[3]; 5. 01-Timmy Bittner[7]; 6. 88-Greg Dobrosky[4]; 7. 82M-Roman Jones[5]; 8. 25-Jarrett Rosencrance[11]; 9. 17S-Shane Shook[9]; 10. 71-Joe Coggin[10]; 11. 12G-Tommy Jasen[8]; 12. (DNS) 72-Mike Mathieson

Heat 1 8 Laps 1. 16-Jim Morris[2]; 2. 4J-Jacob Gamola[1]; 3. 82M-Roman Jones[4]; 4. 01-Timmy Bittner[6]; 5. 17S-Shane Shook[3]; 6. 25-Jarrett Rosencrance[5]

Heat 2 8 Laps 1. 27K-Jeremy Kornbau[1]; 2. 88-Greg Dobrosky[2]; 3. 20M-Vivian Jones[6]; 4. 12G-Tommy Jasen[4]; 5. 71-Joe Coggin[5]; 6. 72-Mike Mathieson[3]

Mini Stocks Feature 1 15 Laps 1. 5-Andy Thompson[5]; 2. 38-Randy Ealy[3]; 3. 0R-Tyler Beeler[7]; 4. 54-Tim Callahan[1]; 5. 36PACK-DJ MacRae[9]; 6. 10-Corey Bice[6]; 7. 10S-trevn schaffer[4]; 8. 999-Adam Aley[14]; 9. 6-Mike Kelley[12]; 10. 79-John McCraken[18]; 11. 60-Dillon Thorne[10]; 12. 029-Ben Aley[15]; 13. 12N-Joshua Funkhouser[13]; 14. 33-Brianna Parker[8]; 15. 325Z-Zack Swartz[16]; 16. 27B-Nancy Boughner[11]; 17. 55-Josh Eakman[2]

Heat 1 6 Laps 1. 54-Tim Callahan[3]; 2. 10S-trevn schaffer[1]; 3. 0R-Tyler Beeler[5]; 4. 60-Dillon Thorne[2]; 5. 12N-Joshua Funkhouser[4]; 6. 325Z-Zack Swartz[6]

Heat 2 6 Laps 1. 55-Josh Eakman[5]; 2. 5-Andy Thompson[3]; 3. 33-Brianna Parker[4]; 4. 27B-Nancy Boughner[6]; 5. 999-Adam Aley[2]; 6. 22D-Chuck Davis[1]

Heat 3 6 Laps 1. 38-Randy Ealy[5]; 2. 10-Corey Bice[1]; 3. 36PACK-DJ MacRae[6]; 4. 6-Mike Kelley[2]; 5. 029-Ben Aley[3]; 6. (DNS) 79-John McCraken

FASTRAK /602 crate modifieds Feature 1 20 Laps 1. 24-Preston Cope[1]; 2. 41-Brian Schaffer[4]; 3. 10-Logan McCandless[6]; 4. 1R-Brandon Ritchey[11]; 5. 404-MIchael Kristyak[5]; 6. 14-Jeff Schaffer Jr[7]; 7. 71-Gage Priester[8]; 8. 02-Jeremy Beichner[13]; 9. 333G-Dalton Gabriel[15]; 10. 1M-Makayla Guidace[10]; 11. 717-Bill Adams[16]; 12. 113-Don Cornelius[17]; 13. 7P-Caden Petry[3]; 14. 12L-Patrick Lane[2]; 15. 55-Scott Kay[9]; 16. 25-Jolene Smith[14]; 17. 21X-Ryan Riffe[12]; 18. (DNS) 93-Phill Kapcewich

Heat 1 8 Laps | 00:02:29.753 1. 41-Brian Schaffer[1]; 2. 12L-Patrick Lane[2]; 3. 404-MIchael Kristyak[4]; 4. 14-Jeff Schaffer Jr[8]; 5. 55-Scott Kay[3]; 6. 1R-Brandon Ritchey[6]; 7. 02-Jeremy Beichner[9]; 8. 333G-Dalton Gabriel[5]; 9. 113-Don Cornelius[7]

Heat 2 8 Laps 1. 7P-Caden Petry[2]; 2. 24-Preston Cope[3]; 3. 10-Logan McCandless[6]; 4. 71-Gage Priester[5]; 5. 1M-Makayla Guidace[4]; 6. 21X-Ryan Riffe[8]; 7. 25-Jolene Smith[1]; 8. 717-Bill Adams[9]; 9. 93-Phill Kapcewich[7]

Pro stocks Feature 1 25 Laps 1. 29-Curt J Bish[5]; 2. 23-Pat Fielding[3]; 3. 20J-Jimmy Fosnaught[2]; 4. 28Y-Terry Young[10]; 5. 12M-Scott Malone[12]; 6. 97-Tony Bruno[11]; 7. 61M-Charlie McMillen[4]; 8. 1M-Gary Miller[6]; 9. 44-Jacob Wheeler[8]; 10. 71-Joey Anderson[7]; 11. 8C-Russ Coyne[9]; 12. 44B-Aden Boozle[1]

Heat 1 8 Laps 1. 1M-Gary Miller[2]; 2. 61M-Charlie McMillen[3]; 3. 20J-Jimmy Fosnaught[6]; 4. 71-Joey Anderson[1]; 5. 8C-Russ Coyne[5]; 6. 97-Tony Bruno[4]

Heat 2 8 Laps 1. 29-Curt J Bish[1]; 2. 23-Pat Fielding[3]; 3. 44B-Aden Boozle[2]; 4. 44-Jacob Wheeler[4]; 5. 28Y-Terry Young[5]; 6. 12M-Scott Malone[6]

 

 

RYAN TURNER WINS SOS SEASON FINALE AT MERRITTVILLE; CORY TURNER CLAIMS 2022 CHAMPIONSHIP

By Tommy Goudge with files from Jonathon Howe

THOROLD, Ont. (September 10, 2022) – Ryan Turner claimed the A-Main win in the final Southern Ontario Sprints points race of the season Saturday night at Merrittville Speedway. Ryan’s brother Cory Turner took a fourth place finish on Saturday to clinch the 2022 Southern Ontario Sprints championship.

Kyle Phillips entered the event with a one point lead over Cory Turner in the championship standings, while several others still had title chances as well. Phillips added two points to his advantage by winning his heat race, and the two started side-by-side in row three for the A-Main.

Teammates Ryan Turner and Liam Martin started the 25 lap A-Main on the front row, and Martin took the lead and opened a big gap on the field. A yellow flag negated Martin’s advantage on lap six, however. Turner gave chase after the restart and began to close in again as the leaders negotiated traffic.

The traffic brought Martin back within striking distance and Turner made the winning move with six laps remaining. Mitch Brown subsequently got past Martin and began to run Turner down, but ran out of time. Ryan Turner took the win, followed by Mitch Brown, Liam Martin, Cory Turner, and Jim Huppunen. Jake Brown took sixth from row six, with Jamie Turner, Glenn Styres, Kyle Phillips, and Shone Evans rounding out the top ten. The championship was Cory Turner’s second Southern Ontario Sprints title; he claimed his first in 2018.

The SOS club wishes to thank everyone for their donations to Sprint Car driver Paul Pekkonen on Saturday night. A total of $1406.60 was raised to help defray Paul’s medical costs; he was seriously injured while working in his shop last week.

Southern Ontario Sprints Race Report Saturday, September 10, 2022 Merrittville Speedway Thorold, Ontario, Canada

A-Main [Started] 25 laps – NT 1. 15N Ryan Turner [1]; 2. 10B Mitch Brown [4]; 3. 9 Liam Martin [2]; 4. 13 Cory Turner [5]; 5. 14H Jim Huppunen [7]; 6. 110 Jake Brown [12]; 7. 11 Jamie Turner [3]; 8. 0 Glenn Styres [8]; 9. 21 Kyle Phillips [6]; 10. 87X Shone Evans [9]; 11. 94 Todd Hoddick [10]; 12. 90 Travis Cunningham [11]; 13. 68 Aaron Turkey [15]; 14. 70 Baily Heard [13]; 15. 25 Warren Mahoney [14] A-Main Lap Leaders – Liam Martin 1-18; Ryan Turner 19-25 Margin of Victory – 2.395 seconds Hard Charger – Jake Brown +6

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – NT 1. 21 Kyle Phillips, Grand Island, New York [1]; 2. 15N Ryan Turner, Dunnville [3]; 3. 11 Jamie Turner, Caistor Centre [2]; 4. 0 Glenn Styres, Ohsweken [5]; 5. 94 Todd Hoddick, Cheektowaga, New York [4]; 6. 110 Jake Brown, Brantford [7]; 7. 70 Baily Heard, Niagara Falls [6]; 8. 68 Aaron Turkey, Ohsweken [8]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – 1:53.468 1. 9 Liam Martin, Binbrook [4]; 2. 10B Mitch Brown, Brantford [1]; 3. 13 Cory Turner, Tillsonburg [3]; 4. 14H Jim Huppunen, Welland [7]; 5. 87X Shone Evans, Scotland [5]; 6. 90 Travis Cunningham, Grimsby [6]; 7. 25 Warren Mahoney, Lefroy [2] SOS Media Website: www.southernontariosprints.com Twitter: SOSsprints Facebook: SouthernOntarioSprints Instagram: southernontariosprints

 

 

Wilmot Raceway

(Wilmot, Wis., Saturday, September 10, 2022)--Bonduel's Nick Anvelink took another step toward a fifth WABAM Dirt Kings Late Model Championship by scoring his second win in the 5th Annual Jim "Wildman" Watson Classic 30-lap Feature Saturday, September 10 at Wilmot Raceway in Wilmot, Wis.
Anvelink powered into the lead seven laps from the finish, overtaking Waukesha's Taylor Scheffler on the backstretch. Scheffler had taken the top spot from early race leader Joel Bennett of Hortonville following a restart after a caution four laps into the main.
The race was red flagged when Scheffler and New London's Justin Ritchie tangled while working lapped traffic battling for top three spots. Both cars made solid contact into the turn three wall, were uninjured, but unable to restart.
At the checkered it was Anvelink first. Random Lake's Brad Mueller second. Abrams' Ron Berna third. Shawano's Troy Springborn came from 14th starting spot to take fourth. Cleveland's Justin Schmidt took fifth after starting 12th in the 24-car field.
"I saw where Taylor was running and took my chance as we worked the traffic," said Anvelink. "The track was a little tricky and the traffic made it challenging. It's great to get a second win here at Wilmot. Hopefully Mother Nature will cooperate more next year so we can run here more than once.(Dirt Kings were rained out in May)."
In the only other division which was racing for championship points, Kansasville's Ryan Marshall won his third 20-lap AutoMeter/Brewington Electric Wisconsin WingLESS Sprints 20-lap Feature of the season at Wilmot. Marshall took the lead from New Berlin's Scott Uttech using the inside of the front straightaway on lap 6 after the two had gone wheel to wheel for several circuits. The race stayed green until it's only caution flew with 8 laps remaining. Marshall was up for the challenge going on for the win. Clayton Rossmann of Wadsworth, IL, who turned 17 the day before and won a feature at Sycamore Speedway, finished a strong second. Uttech, substitute driving for his daughter, Trinity, who is away at college, ended up third. Past champion Jimmy Sivia of Winthrop Harbor, IL in his final start at Wilmot after announcing his retirement took fourth. Racine's Derek Crane was fifth.
"It was fun racing hard against Scott(Uttech)," said Marshall, who picked up some of the extra money added to the purse by his car owner Eddy Boyd of MLS Auto Clinic. "I shot pst him once a slid up, then he did kind of the same thing, a payback, which is okay. It's good, hard, elbows up racing which is what these non-wing sprint cars produce. I thank my car owners, sponsors, and these great Wilmot fans for supporting the track so we can do what we like to do."
The WingLESS Sprints traveling series has two events remaining on Friday, September 23 at Dodge County Fairgrounds in Beaver Dam and the season finale at Plymouth Dirt Track on Saturday, September 24.
Four-time and 2022 Wilmot Modified Champion Genoa City's Mike Simons capped off his year at his home track by winning a hard fought sixth 20-lap Modified feature of the season. Simons worked his way alongside South Milwaukee's Chris Carlson as the two went wheel to wheel after a restart following a caution three laps from the finish. At the checkered it was Simons, using the high line, for the win. Carlson ended up second after taking the lead with 12 laps to go from Tony Izzo of Capron, IL. Izzo overtook the lead following a lap three restart after a caution from Milwaukee's David Wirth. Eagle's Steve Mueller finished third after starting 12th in the 20-car field. Milwaukee's Don Scheffler started 14th ending up fourth. Waterford's Mike Wittenburg started 10th finishing fifth.
"I hope this crowd was entertained," said Simons, thanking his brother, Nick, who promoted the night's event, and Pratt's Chimney Service which added money to the purse. "I said Championship Night (September 3) I would be back, and here we are. It wasn't easy on the high side, but the car ran strong up there so I went for it. It was fun."
Pell Lake's Cody Potter made it three wins in four Wilmot starts this season in the 20-lap Street Stock feature. A yellow on lap two set up three different leaders in less than three laps. Scott Quarnstrom of Lake Villa, IL headed the 21-car field from the start with Edward Anschutz of Two Rivers taking the point on the restart. Potter and Anschutz battled side by side several laps including three additional yellow flag periods which slowed the pace. The final four laps went green with the two going side by side one final time coming for the white flag. At the checkered it was Potter by less than a car length for the win. Anschutz was second. Muskego's Courtney Atkinson third. Brandon Mertes of Antioch, IL fourth. Kenosha's Blake Kreuser came from 14th to finish fifth.
"Eddy is a good guy to run with," said Potter, thanking UNEEDA Iron & Sandblasting for adding sponsorship to the purse. "I know he runs clean, because I've race him before. We will see what 2023 holds if we come here more often."
South Milwaukee's Jay Orr put a book end on the Bandit 4-Cylinder Stock Car season at Wilmot by becoming the sixth different feature winner of the year in the 20-lap main. Ironically, his brother, Jake Balk, won the first feature for the division back in May. Orr took the lead from his second row starting spot, keeping it through cautions at lap 3 and 12 which kept erasing a strong advantage. The last eight laps stayed green with Orr maintaining top spot. Scott Ellis of Lake Villa, IL, who captured back to back Wilmot season crowns in 2021 and this season, 2022, finished second. Salem's Ryan Johnson was third. Slinger's Roman Blank fourth. Newton's James Riske fifth.
"The cautions didn't help, but I was able to find my groove and keep hitting it," said Orr, thanking GLP Automotive for sponsoring additional purse money. "I thank my sponsors, everyone who put this event together."
Off the track, the final night saw a record of over 150 youngsters from the grandstand go home with new bikes thanks to the generosity of many drivers, crew members, fans and track.
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Wilmot Raceway will be undergoing a major facelift beginning this upcoming week of September 12. The entire grandstand and scoring tower will be taken down, with all new seating and a scoring building erected prior to the 2023 season opener thanks to the efforts of the Kenosha County Fair Association.
The 2023 schedule will eventually be announced on the Raceway's website at wilmotraceway.com or by checking the official Wilmot Raceway Facebook page.
Congratulations to Wilmot Raceway's 2022 season champions Jordan Goldesberry of Springfield, IL in the 410 Outlaw Winged Sprints, Tim Cox of Park City, IL in the AutoMeter/Brewington Electric WingLESS Sprints, Scott Ellis of Lake Villa, IL in Bandit 4-Cylinder Stock Cars, Mike Simons of Genoa City in Gerber Collision & Glass Modifieds, Cody Erickson of Algonquin, IL in Wilmot Mountain Street Stocks and Mike Neau of Pleasant Prairie in Pfeiffer Trailer Sales IRA Lightning Sprints.
Wilmot Raceway's Awards Party will be announced at a later date.
Submitted by Mike Babicz.

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Media Results for 9/10/2022 at Wilmot Raceway - Wilmot, WI
Wisconsin wingLESS Sprints 38 Entries
A Feature 1 20 Laps | 00:13:12.971
1. 7X-Ryan Marshall[2]; 2. 09-Clayton Rossmann[6]; 3. 7S-Scott Uttech[4]; 4. 91-Jimmy Sivia[3]; 5. 11D-Derek Crane[5]; 6.
38-Allen Hafford[10]; 7. 9X-Mike Sullivan[7]; 8. 70-Chris Klemko[12]; 9. 89-Nathan Crane[8]; 10. 40-Tim Cox[16]; 11. 14Z-
Ryan Zielski[15]; 12. 9-Greg Olsen[9]; 13. 50-Rusty Egan[21]; 14. 36D-Chris Dodd[13]; 15. 41-Dennis Spitz[22]; 16. 0-John
Fahl[18]; 17. 20-Natalie Klemko[17]; 18. 22-Greg Alt[19]; 19. 52-Craig Lager[23]; 20. 23Z-Zach Raidart[14]; 21. 24-Eric
Wilke[24]; 22. 15-Dan Wade[1]; 23. 13A-Dave Wallace[20]; 24. 70H-Tate Hensley[11]
B Feature 1 10 Laps | 00:06:58.000
1. 20-Natalie Klemko[1]; 2. 22-Greg Alt[2]; 3. 50-Rusty Egan[3]; 4. 52-Craig Lager[6]; 5. 7L-Ellie Hensley[5]; 6. 17-Bryce
Andrews[9]; 7. 99J-Seth Johnson[11]; 8. 29J-Ralph Johnson[7]; 9. 00-Jason Young[10]; 10. 44-Daniel Graumenz[8]; 11.
29OG-Tom Eller[4]
B Feature 2 10 Laps | 00:10:14.000
1. 0-John Fahl[2]; 2. 13A-Dave Wallace[1]; 3. 41-Dennis Spitz[4]; 4. 24-Eric Wilke[3]; 5. 7D-Josh Davidson[8]; 6. 99X-Tom
Brown[6]; 7. 11-Austin Hansen[11]; 8. 66-Denny Smith[9]; 9. 4G-George Gaertner III[10]; 10. 39-William Huck[7]; 11. 22S-
Brian Strane[5]
Heat 1 10 Laps | 00:10:41.000
1. 9X-Mike Sullivan[2]; 2. 14Z-Ryan Zielski[1]; 3. 40-Tim Cox[4]; 4. 15-Dan Wade[7]; 5. 36D-Chris Dodd[9]; 6. 50-Rusty
Egan[8]; 7. 24-Eric Wilke[10]; 8. 39-William Huck[6]; 9. 4G-George Gaertner III[3]; 10. 11-Austin Hansen[5]
Heat 2 10 Laps | 00:05:32.000
1. 7S-Scott Uttech[1]; 2. 70H-Tate Hensley[2]; 3. 11D-Derek Crane[6]; 4. 9-Greg Olsen[10]; 5. 23Z-Zach Raidart[9]; 6. 7L-
Ellie Hensley[3]; 7. 99X-Tom Brown[4]; 8. 44-Daniel Graumenz[8]; 9. 66-Denny Smith[5]; 10. 99J-Seth Johnson[7]
Heat 3 10 Laps | 00:05:42.000
1. 38-Allen Hafford[4]; 2. 7X-Ryan Marshall[3]; 3. 89-Nathan Crane[7]; 4. 09-Clayton Rossmann[9]; 5. 0-John Fahl[6]; 6.
22S-Brian Strane[2]; 7. 41-Dennis Spitz[8]; 8. 7D-Josh Davidson[1]; 9. 00-Jason Young[5]
Heat 4 10 Laps | 00:05:18.000
1. 91-Jimmy Sivia[1]; 2. 70-Chris Klemko[2]; 3. 20-Natalie Klemko[4]; 4. 13A-Dave Wallace[5]; 5. 29OG-Tom Eller[3]; 6. 22-
Greg Alt[9]; 7. 52-Craig Lager[7]; 8. 29J-Ralph Johnson[8]; 9. 17-Bryce Andrews[6]

 

 

Wilson gets late race 410 Fremont win, Macedo claims AFCS title; Weaver earns 305 win and AFCS title; Babcock and Valenti split truck wins

Saturday, Sept. 10, 2022

By Brian Liskai

FREMONT, Ohio – There’s an old saying “there’s nothing like home cooking.” That applied Saturday, Sept. 20 to the Seeling Motorsports team and driver Greg Wilson at Fremont Speedway. When a race team struggles tensions in the shop and track can run high but a win can fix a lot of those feelings and that’s exactly what the Benton Ridge, Ohio driver did, taking the lead with just nine laps to go and driving to his third 410 sprint win of the season at “The Track That Action Built.”

Wilson’s win was the 16th of his career at Fremont Speedway and came on Iron Works Local 55/Terra State Community College Night.

“We were good….I think we still have some stuff to work on but the race track was awesome tonight. It’s been a tough week at the 97 shop. We’ve been struggling and everybody gets a little irritated…we want to win. We come home to Fremont and you get a win like this…means so much. I want to thank the fans for making Fremont Speedway what it is. I say that every time I get lucky enough to be up here. Fremont is a racing town….always has been and when you are here you feel like you are some place special. Also, Joe and Diane (Seeling) are pretty attached to their dogs and they lost one week and it’s a part of the family so it’s been pretty sad around there. Hopefully this makes them smile a little bit,” said Wilson who also talked about a former crew member who lost his brother this week.

“We really weren’t planning on racing…I was supposed to be in Charlotte (N.C) to do a deal for Hercules Tire but a hurricane came through and wiped that out. I came into tonight pissed off at the world to prove a point so maybe I could teach my daughter something about intensity. My kids didn’t get to see me in the prime of my career so hopefully they can see me win some more races. Hopefully we have a little something for the Ford Classic later,” added Wilson beside his DNC Hydraulics, Ohio Logistics, Sugar Street Bar and Grill, Hercules Tires backed #97.

Lemmore, California’s Cole Macedo wrapped up the 2022 All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads/Kistler Racing Products Attica Fremont Championship Series presented by the Baumann Auto Group title.

“It’s awesome….I’m so happy for this team. They pour their hearts and souls into this deal and do it out of the kindness of their hearts. We came out this year to win all three championships but I had commitments to go to Knoxville and that hurt that but I’m glad we got the other two done. Thanks to Ray Brooks for taking a chance on us and let us have fun and hopefully we’re making him proud,” said Macedo.

After suffering through a bout of Covid last week, Fremont’s Paul Weaver stormed back with a vengeance Saturday, taking the lead from Matt Foos with four laps to go and driving to his fourth 305 sprint win of the season at Fremont. The three time Fremont 305 track champion scored his 68th career win at the track- placing him third on the all-time career win list – and also wrapped up his third straight NAPA of Bryan Attica Fremont Championship Series presented by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales title.

“On that restart (with five laps to go) Matt went to the bottom and I found some moisture in the middle and was able to move around him. I want to thank Duane Hancock for all the extra money he got out throughout the year through the AFCS…it really helps keep us racing. Also thanks to Bob Hampshire and Steve and Pam Brown of B&B Drain Service…I would have probably retired if it wasn’t for their help,” said Weaver, a three time Fremont 305 track champion.

The Burmeister Trophy Dirt Trucks had two features to run – the night’s regular event and a make-up feature from Aug. 13 that was rained out.

In the make-up feature Fostoria, Ohio’s Shawn Valenti held off numerous challenges from Jamie Miller to score his fourth truck win of the season and 73rd career victory at the track, moving him to just three away from tying hall of famer Art Ball atop the all-time win list.

“Hats off to my crew and owner Jeffrey Babcock. They had a lot of work to do on the engine this week and we had some issues at the track as well but we were able to overcome them,” said Valenti beside his A Plus Auto Center, Craig Miller Trucking, Best Performance Motorsports, Dave Story Equipment, KS Sales & Service, S&S Hauling and Excavation #7B.

The night’s truck feature was a barn-burner that saw only one caution in the 20-lap affair and featured Jeff Babcock and Ben Clapp swapping the lead several times over the last 15 laps. Babcock was able to hold on for his third win of the season and fourth of his career at the track.

“This America 25 was pretty good in the slick. Ben was there and under that caution I could see my crew waving me to go to the bottom because he was definitely there. It was a lot of fun and good hard clean racing,” said Babcock of his Roelle Racing #25.

In the 30-lap, $5,000 to win Fort Ball Pizza Palace 410 Sprint feature, Zeth Sabo grabbed the early lead over Wilson, Macedo, Travis Philo and Stuart Brubaker. Sabo built a sizeable lead before hitting lapped traffic by lap eight but Wilson could not close.

Heavy lapped traffic with 10 laps to go allowed Wilson, who had just pulled his top wing back, to close quickly. Wilson drove under Sabo on lap 22 and was able to negotiate through heavy lapped traffic to score the win in the non-stop affair over Sabo, Philo, Macedo and Craig Mintz.

After a couple of cautions to start the Fremont Federal Credit Union 305 Sprint feature, Matt Foos jumped into the lead over Dustin Stroup, Steve Rando, Jamie Miller and Weaver. Foos quickly found the back of the field by lap 10 and Weaver used lapped traffic to take second from Stroup a lap later.

Foos maintained a five car length advantage as the laps ticked off but a caution with five laps to go gave Weaver his chance. On the restart Weaver raced to Foos’ outside and took the lead on lap 22 and pulled away for the win over Foos, Stroup, Alvin Roepke from 14th and Tyler Shullick.

In the 20 lap dirt truck regular feature, Kevin Phillips grabbed the early lead while Babcock, Clapp, Jim Holcomb and RJ Cornett gave chase. Phillips, Clapp and Babcock battled hard with Babcock taking the lead on lap four. After battling side by side for a couple of laps, Clapp was able to take the top spot from Babcock on lap six. The lead duo continued to race door to door over the next hand full of laps before Babcock was able to regain the lead on lap 10

Babcock and Clapp continued their side by side battle until the first caution flew on lap 14. By then the night’s make-up feature winner Shawn Valenti had climbed to third. When the race resumed Babcock was fighting off Clapp, Valenti and Cornett with Jamie Miller charging from 16th to fifth.

A final caution set up a one lap dash to the finish with Babcock holding off Clapp, Miller, Valenti and Cornett for the victory.

Fremont Speedway will be back in action Saturday, Sept. 17 with the 410 sprints, trucks and steel block pate model series in action.

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About Iron Workers Local 55 -https://local55trainingcenter.com/

Do you want to join a group of hard working tradesmen in a demanding and team oriented occupation? Find Rob and the Iron Workers representing Local 55 at Fremont Speedway with any and all questions on getting an apprenticeship! An Ironworker is a tradesman who is an important part of the building and construction industry, responsible to perform many duties related to the construction industry.

Ironworkers erect pre engineered metal buildings and install metal siding and roof decking. Ornamental ironworkers install window sash, metal curtain wall systems, ornamental and decorative structural steel members, doors and windows. Ironworkers also install fence, guard rail and bumper posts. Machinery movers and riggers are ironworkers that install heavy machinery and equipment. Many times the fabrication and re-fabrication of steel is an important part of the job. The importance of being a certified welder, burner and layout person cannot be overstated. The ability to read blueprints and operate the transit is also important to Ironworkers.

About Terra State Community College - http://www.terra.edu

Located on Napoleon Road in Fremont, Terra State Community College has proudly served northwest Ohio as a leading educational institution for over 50 years. Terra is accredited, state-supported and provides community members with educational experiences that are both accessible and affordable. Terra prides itself in helping students reach their goals while staying true to the community college mission of providing open access to higher education.

Fremont Speedway

Saturday, Sept. 10, 2022

410 Sprints – Fort Ball Pizza Palace

Qualifying

1.97-Greg Wilson, 12.852; 2.18-Cole Macedo, 12.859; 3.16-DJ Foos, 13.034; 4.2X-Stuart Brubaker, 13.140; 5.33W-Caleb Griffith, 13.169; 6.68G-Tyler Gunn, 13.276; 7.47BC-Emerson Axson, 13.277; 8.23-Chris Andrews, 13.278; 9.12G-Corbin Gurley, 13.425; 10.49I-John Ivy, 13.431; 11.29-Zeth Sabo, 13.467; 12.5T-Travis Philo, 13.521; 13.7N-Darin Naida, 13.561; 14.09-Craig Mintz, 13.563; 15.7DK-Dylan Kingan, 13.576; 16.7T-Troy Vaccaro, 13.597; 17.15k-Creed Kemenah, 13.722; 18.2+-Brian Smith, 13.812; 19.11J-David Kalb Jr., 13.829; 20.86-Michael Lutz, 14.084; 21.28-Gray Leadbetter, 14.115; 22.6J-Jonah Aumend, 14.131; 23.75-Jerry Dahms, 14.547; 24.98-Robert Robenalt, 14.594; 25.8-Olivia Shelbo, 15.070;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 68G-Tyler Gunn[1] ; 2. 97-Greg Wilson[4] ; 3. 23-Chris Andrews[6] ; 4. 2X-Stuart Brubaker[3] ; 5. 09-Craig Mintz[7] ; 6. 33W-Caleb Griffith[2] ; 7. 47BC-Emerson Axson[5] ; 8. 28-Gray Leadbetter[8] ; 9. 6J-Jonah Aumend[9]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 5T-Travis Philo[2] ; 2. 18-Cole Macedo[4] ; 3. 7N-Darin Naida[1] ; 4. 12G-Corbin Gurley[3] ; 5. 15k-Creed Kemenah[6] ; 6. 2+-Brian Smith[7] ; 7. 7DK-Dylan Kingan[5] ; 8. 75-Jerry Dahms[8]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 29-Zeth Sabo[2] ; 2. 16-DJ Foos[4] ; 3. 49I-John Ivy[3] ; 4. 11J-David Kalb Jr.[5] ; 5. 7T-Troy Vaccaro[1] ; 6. 86-Michael Lutz[6] ; 7. 8-Olivia Shelbo[8] ; 8. 98-Robert Robenalt[7]

B-Main 1 - (0 Laps)

1. 47BC-Emerson Axson[4] ; 2. 2+-Brian Smith[2] ; 3. 33W-Caleb Griffith[1] ; 4. 86-Michael Lutz[3] ; 5. 7DK-Dylan Kingan[5] ; 6. 28-Gray Leadbetter[7] ; 7. 6J-Jonah Aumend[10] ; 8. 75-Jerry Dahms[8] ; 9. 98-Robert Robenalt[9] ; 10. 8-Olivia Shelbo[6]

A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)

1. 97-Greg Wilson[2] ; 2. 29-Zeth Sabo[1] ; 3. 5T-Travis Philo[6] ; 4. 18-Cole Macedo[4] ; 5. 09-Craig Mintz[13] ; 6. 68G-Tyler Gunn[5] ; 7. 16-DJ Foos[8] ; 8. 49I-John Ivy[10] ; 9. 47BC-Emerson Axson[16] ; 10. 11J-David Kalb Jr.[12] ; 11. 2X-Stuart Brubaker[3] ; 12. 7N-Darin Naida[9] ; 13. 33W-Caleb Griffith[18] ; 14. 2+-Brian Smith[17] ; 15. 7T-Troy Vaccaro[15] ; 16. 12G-Corbin Gurley[11] ; 17. 15k-Creed Kemenah[14] ; 18. 86-Michael Lutz[19] ; 19. 7DK-Dylan Kingan[20] ; 20. 23-Chris Andrews[7]

305 Sprints - Fremont Federal Credit Union

Qualifying

1.31-Paul Weaver, 13.689; 2.5K-Kasey Jedrzejek, 13.751; 3.X15-Kasey Ziebold, 13.758; 4.26-Jamie Miller, 13.839; 5.61-Tyler Shullick, 13.842; 6.7M-Brandon Moore, 13.946; 7.9R-Logan Riehl, 13.986; 8.19R-Steve Rando, 14.026; 9.10X-Dustin Stroup, 14.060; 10.15K-Creed Kemenah, 14.105; 11.8-John Ivy, 14.184; 12.3F-Wade Fraley, 14.224; 13.X-Mike Keegan, 14.261; 14.99-Alvin Roepke, 14.307; 15.28-Shawn Valenti, 14.317; 16.5Jr-Jimmy McGrath Jr, 14.328; 17.12-Matt Foos, 14.328; 18.34-Jud Dickerson, 14.341; 19.5-Kody Brewer, 14.479; 20.20i-Kelsey Ivy, 14.660; 21.16-Lee Summers, 14.875; 22.51M-Haldon Miller, 14.879;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 10X-Dustin Stroup[1] ; 2. 19R-Steve Rando[2] ; 3. 31-Paul Weaver[4] ; 4. X15-Kasey Ziebold[3] ; 5. 8-John Ivy[5] ; 6. X-Mike Keegan[7] ; 7. 5Jr-Jimmy McGrath Jr[8] ; 8. 3F-Wade Fraley[6]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 9R-Logan Riehl[1] ; 2. 7M-Brandon Moore[2] ; 3. 5K-Kasey Jedrzejek[4] ; 4. 61-Tyler Shullick[3] ; 5. 99-Alvin Roepke[6] ; 6. 15K-Creed Kemenah[5] ; 7. 16-Lee Summers[7]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 12-Matt Foos[2] ; 2. 26-Jamie Miller[4] ; 3. 34-Jud Dickerson[1] ; 4. 20i-Kelsey Ivy[6] ; 5. 28-Shawn Valenti[3] ; 6. 51M-Haldon Miller[7] ; 7. 5-Kody Brewer[5]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 31-Paul Weaver[5] ; 2. 12-Matt Foos[2] ; 3. 10X-Dustin Stroup[1] ; 4. 99-Alvin Roepke[14] ; 5. 61-Tyler Shullick[11] ; 6. 19R-Steve Rando[4] ; 7. 9R-Logan Riehl[6] ; 8. 5Jr-Jimmy McGrath Jr[19] ; 9. 26-Jamie Miller[3] ; 10. 7M-Brandon Moore[8] ; 11. 28-Shawn Valenti[15] ; 12. 5-Kody Brewer[21] ; 13. X-Mike Keegan[16] ; 14. 5K-Kasey Jedrzejek[7] ; 15. 8-John Ivy[13] ; 16. 3F-Wade Fraley[22] ; 17. 15K-Creed Kemenah[17] ; 18. X15-Kasey Ziebold[10] ; 19. 16-Lee Summers[20] ; 20. 20i-Kelsey Ivy[12] ; 21. 34-Jud Dickerson[9] ; 22. 51M-Haldon Miller[18]

Dirt Trucks - Burmeister Trophy

Qualifying

1.25-Jeff Babcock, 17.175; 2.4M-Jamie Miller, 17.401; 3.67-Ben Clapp, 17.582; 4.7b-Shawn Valenti, 17.668; 5.P51-Dave Gumby Jr., 17.718; 6.X-Cory McCaughey, 17.764; 7.101-Chester Fitch, 17.778; 8.7X-Dana Frey, 17.945; 9.11H-Jim Holcomb, 17.963; 10.26-Kyle Lagrou, 17.977; 11.8-RJ Cornett, 18.123; 12.17X-Dustin Keegan, 18.133; 13.28-Cody Laird, 18.146; 14.4s-Keith Sorg, 18.155; 15.8KB-Kent Brewer, 18.248; 16.23m-Brad Mitten, 18.258; 17.8S-Brandon Stuckey, 18.275; 18.5s-Kenny Workman, 18.370; 19.32-Kevin Phillips, 18.447; 20.6-Butch Latte, 18.488; 21.9-Curt Inks, 18.550; 22.7H-JT Horn, 18.615; 23.14T-Cody Truman, 18.626; 24.51-David Bankey, 18.682; 25.18s-Randy Swiecicki, 18.790; 26.73-Dale Aikman, 99.999; 27.57MS-Mason Stull, 99.999;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 7b-Shawn Valenti[4] ; 2. P51-Dave Gumby Jr.[3] ; 3. 7X-Dana Frey[1] ; 4. 8S-Brandon Stuckey[7] ; 5. X-Cory McCaughey[2] ; 6. 51-David Bankey[8] ; 7. 4s-Keith Sorg[6] ; 8. 26-Kyle Lagrou[5] ; 9. 73-Dale Aikman[9]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 8-RJ Cornett[3] ; 2. 32-Kevin Phillips[1] ; 3. 9-Curt Inks[6] ; 4. 6-Butch Latte[5] ; 5. 5s-Kenny Workman[2] ; 6. 18s-Randy Swiecicki[8] ; 7. 57MS-Mason Stull[9] ; 8. 4M-Jamie Miller[4] ; 9. 7H-JT Horn[7]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 11H-Jim Holcomb[1] ; 2. 25-Jeff Babcock[4] ; 3. 67-Ben Clapp[3] ; 4. 17X-Dustin Keegan[5] ; 5. 101-Chester Fitch[2] ; 6. 23m-Brad Mitten[8] ; 7. 28-Cody Laird[6] ; 8. 8KB-Kent Brewer[7] ; 9. 14T-Cody Truman[9]

B-Main 1 - (8 Laps)

1. 4M-Jamie Miller[8] ; 2. 4s-Keith Sorg[4] ; 3. 23m-Brad Mitten[3] ; 4. 8KB-Kent Brewer[9] ; 5. 28-Cody Laird[6] ; 6. 14T-Cody Truman[12] ; 7. 51-David Bankey[1] ; 8. 57MS-Mason Stull[5] ; 9. 18s-Randy Swiecicki[2]

A-Main 1 - (20 Laps)

1. 25-Jeff Babcock[4] ; 2. 67-Ben Clapp[5] ; 3. 4M-Jamie Miller[16] ; 4. 7b-Shawn Valenti[8] ; 5. 8-RJ Cornett[7] ; 6. 17X-Dustin Keegan[12] ; 7. 7X-Dana Frey[6] ; 8. 11H-Jim Holcomb[2] ; 9. 23m-Brad Mitten[18] ; 10. 6-Butch Latte[11] ; 11. 101-Chester Fitch[15] ; 12. 9-Curt Inks[9] ; 13. X-Cory McCaughey[13] ; 14. 28-Cody Laird[20] ; 15. 4s-Keith Sorg[17] ; 16. 5s-Kenny Workman[14] ; 17. 8KB-Kent Brewer[19] ; 18. 8S-Brandon Stuckey[10] ; 19. 32-Kevin Phillips[3]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps) (8-13-22 Makeup)

1. 36M-Cory McCaughey[7] ; 2. 7X-Dana Frey[2] ; 3. 8KB-Kent Brewer[8] ; 4. 6-Butch Latte[10] ; 5. 5s-Kenny Workman[4] ; 6. 9-Curt Inks[3] ; 7. 18s-Randy Swiecicki[6] ; 8. 73-Troy Aikman[1] ; 9. 14T-Cody Truman[5] ; 10. 57MS-Mason Stull[9]

A-Main 1 - (20 Laps) (8-13-22 Makeup)

1. 7b-Shawn Valenti[1] ; 2. 4M-Jamie Miller[5] ; 3. P51-Dave Gumby Jr.[6] ; 4. 11H-Jim Holcomb[3] ; 5. 36M-Cory McCaughey[16] ; 6. 17x-Dustin Keegan[10] ; 7. 67-Ben Clapp[11] ; 8. 28-Cody Laird[12] ; 9. 8S-Brandon Stuckey[7] ; 10. 8KB-Kent Brewer[18] ; 11. 7X-Dana Frey[17] ; 12. 23m-Brad Mitten[15] ; 13. 6-Butch Latte[19] ; 14. 7H-JT Horn[13] ; 16. 26-Kyle Lagrou[2] ; 17. 101-Chester Fitch[8] ; 18. 25-Jeff Babcock[4] ; 19. 5s-Kenny Workman[20] ; 20. 4s-Keith Sorg[9]

 

 

Kyle Jones Wins with POWRi West Midget League at Port City Raceway

Belleville, IL (9/10/22) Kyle Jones would use a precise late-race restart to his advantage at Port City Raceway for the final night of a two-day stand-alone sweep through Oklahoma with the Lucas Oil POWRi West Midget League presented by Realty Connect to score his sixth career league victory.

Early on-track achievements would find Kyle Jones show on-track speed with a 9.421-lap time to capture hot-lap quick-time as Jonathan Beason and Andrew Felker would each earn the heat racing win with Talin Turner gaining the high-point award and pole grid for the feature line-up.

Launching to the initial green would find Talin Turner aiming to win the night with outside front-row companion Kyle Jones locked in an intense battle for the top spot as _ would gain the early advantage.

Keeping the front of the field, Talin Turner would appear to be the driver to beat as Kyle Jones, Jason McDougal, Jonathan Beason and Andrew Felker began an intense battle for the runner-up positioning. Kyle Jones would snag second-running as he set his sights on the front-runner.

Proving to be quickest on the event, Kyle Jones would emerge victorious for the third time of the season as Jonathan Beason would charge from starting rear to finish runner-up with one-time leader Talin Turner placing in the final podium position.

Andrew Felker placed fourth with Emilio Hoover rounding out the top-five finishers for the Lucas Oil POWRi West Midget League presented by Realty Connect at Tulsa Speedway.

Port City Raceway | 9/10/22 | POWRi West Midget League: Lucas Oil A Feature 1 (25 Laps): 1. 36-Kyle Jones[2]; 2. 8J-Jonathan Beason[10]; 3. 00-Talin Turner[1]; 4. 11A-Andrew Felker[3]; 5. 21-Emilio Hoover[5]; 6. 24T-Ryker Pace[6]; 7. 39P-Zac Millikin[7]; 8. (DNF) 73G-Jason McDougal[8]; 9. (DNF) 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[4]; 10. (DNF) 84S-Shaun Shapel[9].

Advanced Racing Suspension Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 8J-Jonathan Beason[2]; 2. 00-Talin Turner[5]; 3. 21-Emilio Hoover[4]; 4. 24T-Ryker Pace[1]; 5. (DNS) 73G-Jason McDougal.

Auto Meter Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 11A-Andrew Felker[1]; 2. 36-Kyle Jones[3]; 3. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[4]; 4. 39P-Zac Millikin[5]; 5. (DNS) 84S-Shaun Shapel.

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Jake Swanson Shines at Spoon River Speedway with POWRi WAR/Xtreme Sprints
Belleville, IL. (9/10/22) Jake Swanson would win the weekend with the Lucas Oil POWRi Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League feature event at Spoon River Speedway, running in conjunction with the Xtreme Outlaw Sprint Series presented by Low-E Insulation, to notch his third career league feature victory.

Early on track accomplishments with twenty-six entries would witness Anton Hernandez clock fast-time in group qualifying with 13.005-second-lap as Jake Swanson, Robert Ballou, and Kevin Thomas Jr each notched heat racing victories. Nic Harris would earn the semi-feature win with Kevin Thomas Jr. gaining the high point qualifier award after preliminary competition.

Redrawing four during intermission to shuffle the first pair of rows in the grid would find Robert Ballou combat front-row companion Anton Hernandez into the first pair of corners with Robert Ballou gaining the early race lead as Jake Swanson, Kevin Thomas Jr, Mario Clouser, Anton Hernandez, and Kory Schudy all battled inside the first three rows of competition in close contention for the front.

Grabbing the preferred position in front after the initial three laps would witness Jake Swanson overtake Ballou for the lead with a hungry pack of traditional sprinters trying to keep a quick pace with the front-runners.

Keeping the field of drivers behind him, Jake Swanson would sweep the weekend of victories by winning for the third time in 2022 as Robert Ballou would finish in a close runner-up positioning with fourth-starting Kevin Thomas Jr clinching the final podium placement in the event.

Maintaining a solid showing all night, Anton Hernandez would finish fourth as Shane Cockrum rounded out the top-five finishers in the Lucas Oil POWRi Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League, running in conjunction with the Xtreme Outlaw Sprint Series presented by Low-E Insulation, feature event at Spoon River Speedway Saturday Night.

POWRi WAR Sprint League | Spoon River Speedway | 9/10/22:
Hoosier Racing Tire Quick Time: 2B-Anton Hernandez (13.005)
Advanced Racing Suspension Heat Race 1 Winner: 21AZ-Jake Swanson
Auto Meter Heat Race 2 Winner: 12-Robert Ballou
Schure Built Suspensions Heat Race 3 Winner: 15K-Kevin Thomas Jr
Max Papis Innovations Semi Feature Winner: N2-Nic Harris
MVT Services High Point Qualifier: 15K-Kevin Thomas Jr.
Toyota Racing Development Hard Charger: 17GP-Max Adams
Lucas Oil Feature Winner: 21AZ-Jake Swanson

Feature (30 Laps): 1. 21AZ-Jake Swanson[3]; 2. 12-Robert Ballou[1]; 3. 15K-Kevin Thomas Jr[4]; 4. 2B-Anton Hernandez[2]; 5. 66-Shane Cockrum[10]; 6. 6-Mario Clouser[8]; 7. 17GP-Max Adams[16]; 8. 20-Alex Bright[6]; 9. 52-Isaac Chapple[7]; 10. 77M-CJ Leary[12]; 11. 28-Kory Schudy[5]; 12. 33M-Matt Westfall[9]; 13. 44-Wesley Smith[11]; 14. N2-Nic Harris[17]; 15. 28M-Brandon Mattox[13]; 16. 11-Colton Fisher[18]; 17. 1JR-Steven Russell[20]; 18. 8-Tyler Roth[22]; 19. 8D-Will Armitage[21]; 20. 24-Landon Simon[14]; 21. 56-Mitchell Davis[19]; 22. 29-Mitch Wissmiller[15].

Last Chance Showdown 1 (10 Laps): 1. N2-Nic Harris[2]; 2. 11-Colton Fisher[1]; 3. 56-Mitchell Davis[3]; 4. 1JR-Steven Russell[4]; 5. 8D-Will Armitage[5]; 6. 8-Tyler Roth[7]; 7. 2A-Austin Archdale[6]; 8. 20X-Steve Thomas[9]; 9. 70X-Eric Shelton[8]; 10. (DNS) 16-Anthony Nicholson.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 21AZ-Jake Swanson[3]; 2. 2B-Anton Hernandez[4]; 3. 52-Isaac Chapple[2]; 4. 28M-Brandon Mattox[5]; 5. 24-Landon Simon[1]; 6. 11-Colton Fisher[7]; 7. 56-Mitchell Davis[6]; 8. 70X-Eric Shelton[8]; 9. (DNS) 16-Anthony Nicholson.

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 12-Robert Ballou[5]; 2. 20-Alex Bright[1]; 3. 6-Mario Clouser[2]; 4. 33M-Matt Westfall[3]; 5. 44-Wesley Smith[4]; 6. N2-Nic Harris[7]; 7. 1JR-Steven Russell[6]; 8. 8-Tyler Roth[8]; 9. 20X-Steve Thomas[9].

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 15K-Kevin Thomas Jr[4]; 2. 28-Kory Schudy[3]; 3. 66-Shane Cockrum[1]; 4. 77M-CJ Leary[6]; 5. 17GP-Max Adams[5]; 6. 29-Mitch Wissmiller[2]; 7. 8D-Will Armitage[8]; 8. 2A-Austin Archdale[7].

Qualifying Group 1: 1. 2B-Anton Hernandez, 00:13.005[4]; 2. 21AZ-Jake Swanson, 00:13.147[9]; 3. 52-Isaac Chapple, 00:13.260[1]; 4. 24-Landon Simon, 00:13.343[5]; 5. 28M-Brandon Mattox, 00:13.496[3]; 6. 56-Mitchell Davis, 00:13.737[7]; 7. 11-Colton Fisher, 00:13.814[8]; 8. 70X-Eric Shelton, 00:14.589[6].

Qualifying Group 2: 1. 44-Wesley Smith, 00:13.160[2]; 2. 33M-Matt Westfall, 00:13.181[4]; 3. 6-Mario Clouser, 00:13.369[5]; 4. 20-Alex Bright, 00:13.451[1]; 5. 12-Robert Ballou, 00:13.513[7]; 6. 1JR-Steven Russell, 00:13.920[9]; 7. N2-Nic Harris, 00:14.122[3]; 8. 8-Tyler Roth, 00:14.567[8]; 9. 20X-Steve Thomas, 00:15.095[6].

Qualifying Group 3: 1. 15K-Kevin Thomas Jr, 00:13.118[5]; 2. 28-Kory Schudy, 00:13.290[8]; 3. 29-Mitch Wissmiller, 00:13.324[3]; 4. 66-Shane Cockrum, 00:13.430[6]; 5. 17GP-Max Adams, 00:13.447[7]; 6. 77M-CJ Leary, 00:13.466[1]; 7. 2A-Austin Archdale, 00:14.113[4]; 8. 8D-Will Armitage, 00:14.160[2].

Hot Laps 1: 1. 21AZ-Jake Swanson, 00:13.711[9]; 2. 28M-Brandon Mattox, 00:13.847[3]; 3. 52-Isaac Chapple, 00:13.916[1]; 4. 2B-Anton Hernandez, 00:14.180[4]; 5. 16-Anthony Nicholson, 00:14.181[2]; 6. 56-Mitchell Davis, 00:14.237[7]; 7. 24-Landon Simon, 00:14.257[5]; 8. 11-Colton Fisher, 00:14.444[8]; 9. 70X-Eric Shelton, 00:14.697[6].

Hot Laps 2: 1. 20-Alex Bright, 00:13.367[1]; 2. 12-Robert Ballou, 00:13.527[7]; 3. 33M-Matt Westfall, 00:13.554[4]; 4. 6-Mario Clouser, 00:13.699[5]; 5. 44-Wesley Smith, 00:13.740[2]; 6. 1JR-Steven Russell, 00:13.950[9]; 7. N2-Nic Harris, 00:14.018[3]; 8. 8-Tyler Roth, 00:14.612[8]; 9. 20X-Steve Thomas, 00:14.849[6].

Hot Laps 3: 1. 15K-Kevin Thomas Jr, 00:13.096[5]; 2. 77M-CJ Leary, 00:13.258[1]; 3. 28-Kory Schudy, 00:13.352[8]; 4. 17GP-Max Adams, 00:13.418[7]; 5. 66-Shane Cockrum, 00:13.502[6]; 6. 29-Mitch Wissmiller, 00:13.893[3]; 7. 8D-Will Armitage, 00:14.280[2]; 8. 2A-Austin Archdale, 00:14.280[4].

Next, for the Lucas Oil POWRi Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League will be the Twelfth Annual Jesse Hockett Daniel McMillin Memorial seasonal wrap-up at Lucas Oil Speedway on September 15-17.

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Foos gets 1st Attica win of the year, Macedo claims track title; Schlenk earns 4th late model win, Shiels is champion; Martin out of retirement for 305 win; Weaver claims title

Friday, Sept. 9, 2022

By Brian Liskai

ATTICA, Ohio – It took until the final race of the 2022 season at Attica Raceway Park, but DJ Foos finally found victory lane, leading all 30 laps of the 410 sprint feature and withstanding a one lap sprint to the checkers after a caution, Foos scored the $4,000 payday on Kistler Racing Products/Jon Wright’s Custom Chrome Plating presents the Mark Keegan Classic Season Championship Night.

While Foos, Attica’s 2019 champion, was celebrating the long awaited victory, Lemoore, California’s Cole Macedo wrapped up the Callie’s Performance Products 410 Sprints track title. Heading into the championship night for the All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads/Kistler Racing Products Attica Fremont Championship Series presented by the Baumann Auto Group, all Macedo has to do is take a green in hot laps to wrap up that title with a legitimate shot at scoring the Fremont Speedway title as well.

For Foos the victory aboard the Burmeister Racing #16 was his fifth career victory at Attica.

“When you start on the front row of these things…this is our third time…and I was like man I keep getting beat and I don’t know what we can change to get better. Doug Berryman has been working on our shock package and Mikey’s been doing a really good job with the car. We’ve kind of found speed in qualifying and that feature was pretty much qualifying all 30 laps. I kind of got complacent there on that last run when we caught lapped traffic and I seen Cole poke his nose in there and I pulled the wing back a little bit and got better and then there was a yellow coming through three and four and I thought I was going to give it away. I felt I got through one and two pretty good on the restart,” said Foos.

“I can’t say enough for my guys and all the people who makes this possible. Ray Brooks racing has really raised the bar this year and we’re all just trying to play catch-up. We destroyed a car last weekend and got this car out and Brandon Riehl fixed it for us and he did a heck of a job for us. I have to thank my wife Bethany….those quiet rides home aren’t that fun and she does a good job of keeping the conversation going,” added Foos beside his Pub 400, Jet Express, Burmeister Trophy, CR Juices, Crown Battery, All In Tent Rental, KS Sales & Service, Vantage Branding backed machine.

For Macedo and the Ray Brooks Racing #18, the Attica Title was one of their main goals coming into the season.

“It’s been a very stressful year racing for points. I’m going to be honest….I’m not a big fan of racing for points. I feel like we race a little bit different and don’t always go for the win. But in that race I hung it out there as hard as I could. I came into tonight trying not to think about the points and keep doing what we’ve been doing and obviously it’s been working. Super happy to get this done for Ray and Mike and Steven and all of our crew guys who bust their tails to prevent part failures and kind of putting it all in my corner and because of them it makes my job easier,” said Macedo.

“I’m super excited to see a new car owner come into this sport and see the success that he’s had…that’s what keeps this sport going,” added Macedo while thanking sponsors Fremont Auto Parts/Napa, Gill Construction, CK Mechanical, Grant Decker Construction, ML Graphics, Durst, Valvoline Oil, Linder’s Speed Equipment and Catawba Island Club.

McClure, Ohio’s Rusty Schlenk loves a big curb and Attica provided that Friday and the three time national UMP late model champion used it to dominate the Dirt Nerds Podcast/Propane.com UMP Late Model feature leading all 25 laps that saw only one caution flag. The victory was the fourth of the season at Attica for Schlenk who now owns 35 career late model wins at the track to lead all drivers.

“I love this place and I love a big cushion. The lapped cars all pretty much stayed on the bottom and that was all I needed. I had a couple of mistakes off the back side of the track but pretty much this thing was a rocket ship,” said Schlenk beside his Velicita Fire Suits, VP Fuels, Dominator Race Products, Bilstein Shocks, Lendrum Springs, Tom Finch Auto backed #91.

Coming into the final race, Britton, Michigan’s Devin Shiels had not finished out of the top five all season. All he had to do was qualify and he would lock up the track’s 2022 late model championship. However, while warming up Shiels car had a motor issue and he had to scratch for the night. Luckily the track’s point system allows for one dropped event and Shiels was able to score his fourth track title and his third in a row.

“ The motor seemed fine when we fired up before coming here but when we started it I felt a vibration and that was it. We were consistent all year and that allowed us to have this night. It’s a shame…I really wanted to end the year with that never finishing out of the top five deal but we’ll take another championship and come back and defend next season,” said Shiels beside his Magic Fountain Auto Wash, Rally’s Hamburgers, Dundee Products, Banshee Graphics, Salenbein Trucking & Excavating backed #51.

You couldn’t script a more perfect scenario for the Fremont Fence 305 Sprint feature. A driver who lives near Attica Raceway Park who hasn’t sat in a sprint car since 2017 nor a 305 sprint in 20 years, comes out on the track’s last race of the season and takes a win. That’s exactly what Brandon Martin did Friday driving a second team car for Ryan French Racing and to have his wife and children there to witness it. It was his first career 305 sprint win to go with three 410 victories in his career at Attica.

“Thank the good lord above. I didn’t know if I’d ever get to do this again. It’s tough to do this. It’s a privilege to drive these,” said an emotional Martin. “I’ve raced all over the place but I’ve had the longest ride home from this place over the years that I’ve raced. It’s just great to be here…this is home. I never said I was retired…I haven’t raced since 17 and I haven’t raced a 305 in 20 years. It’s been awhile. I still have a race car and a motor…I just don’t have any money to go do it. This is just great to have everyone here just talking to me and all my family here.”

Fremont’s Paul Weaver, who has more career wins at Attica than any other driver in any division combined, never finished out of the top six all season and it propelled him to his sixth 305 track championship. Just as important, Weaver could wrap up his third consecutive NAPA of Bryan Attica Fremont Championship Series presented by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales title at Fremont Saturday.

“Starting up front definitely helps. This is a really maneuverable track and you can find your way around traffic. Biggest thing is just to finish all the races. If you can finish consistently in the top six you’ve had a really good year. I have to thank Steve and Pam Brown of B&B Drain, Bob Hampshire for a hell of a motor…no engine problems all year and my wife for maintaining the car this week while I was sick…it was her set-up on it,” said Weaver.

After the first attempt to start the 30-lap 410 sprint feature was slowed by debris, Foos grabbed the lead with Emerson Axsom, Chris Andrews, Macedo, Stuart Brubaker, Tim Shaffer and Travis Philo in tow. Foos opened a sizeable advantage until entering slower traffic on lap eight, allowing Axsom, Andrews, and Cole Macedo to close. As the battle for the lead started to heat up the caution flag appeared when Andrews slowed after packing his right rear wheel with mud.

Foos pulled away on the restart as Macedo started to pressure Axsom for second. Travis Philo briefly went from fourth to second with a slide job in turn four, only to lose momentum and drop back to fourth coming down the front stretch.

Macedo pressured Axsom for the second position on lap 23 and was able to make the pass a lap later. Macedo quickly closed in and tried a slide job on Foos with two laps to go but was unable to make the pass. Just after the leaders took the white flag the final caution in the feature appeared when Zach Ames slid off the track in turn four.

This setup a one lap dash to the finish. Macedo tried the slider on the restart, but Foos used the momentum on the cushion to drive to the victory. Philo was able to get by Macedo for second on the final corner with Macedo holding onto third. Axsom and Tim Shaffer rounded out the top five.

Schlenk grabbed the lead at the drop of the green for the $2,000 to win late model feature with Todd Brennan, Ryan Markham, Justin Chance and Collin Shipley giving chase. Chance moved into second on lap three with Shipley taking third two laps later.

The only caution flew for Troy Hahn on lap seven but that didn’t slow Schlenk who drove off when the green flew. However, the action behind him was fantastic as Markham drove into second on lap 14 with Chance, Shipley, BJ Gregory, Matt Irey and Ryan Missler giving chase. After a long battle, Shipley moved into third on lap 22 but no one had anything for Schlenk as he blasted the cushion for the win with Markham, Shipley, Chance and Missler rounding out the top five.

Kelsey Ivy led the first two laps of the 305 sprint feature before Martin took over on lap three. Steve Rando got caught up in a spin involving two other cars and took a wild ride on lap seven but escaped injury. On the restart Martin led while Ivy, Kody Brewer, Jamie Miller, Brandon Moore, Kasey Jedrzejek and Weaver gave chase.

Miller drove from fourth to second on lap nine but his top wing collapsed ending his night. On the restart Martin drove away as Ivy battled with Brewer and Jedrzejek for second with the later taking the runner-up spot on lap 13. While Martin consistently hit his marks to stay on point, Jedrzejek and Brewer battled hard for second.

Martin entered lapped traffic with just five laps to go and held a sizeable lead over Brewer, Jedrzejek, Moore and Ivy. Martin took the checkers over Brewer, Jedrzejek and Moore with Weaver getting by Ivy on the last lap to round out the top five.

Prior to the night’s racing Attica’s director of operations Rex LeJeune was honored by track personnel, race teams and many family and friend for his 40 years of service – the last 17 as the helm of Attica – to racing as he is now retired from the sport after making a huge impact.

For more information go to 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. 9, 2022

410 Sprints – Callie’s Performance Products

J&F Construction Qualifying

1.16-DJ Foos, 12.503; 2.5T-Travis Philo, 12.690; 3.68G-Tyler Gunn, 12.729; 4.47BC-Emerson Axsom, 12.775; 5.29-Zeth Sabo, 12.825; 6.2X-Stuart Brubaker, 12.831; 7.18-Cole Macedo, 12.869; 8.3J-Trey Jacobs, 12.886; 9.23-Chris Andrews, 12.958; 10.99-Skyler Gee, 12.975; 11.15K-Creed Kemenah, 12.981; 12.8-Zach Ames, 13.035; 13.45-Tim Shaffer, 13.071; 14.5-Byron Reed, 13.087; 15.12G-Corbin Gurley, 13.111; 16.49i-John Ivy, 13.117; 17.4*-Tyler Street, 13.122; 18.24D-Danny Sams, 13.124; 19.2+-Brian Smith, 13.254; 20.2-Ricky Peterson, 13.267; 21.7N-Darin Naida, 13.315; 22.X-Mike Keegan, 13.447; 23.88N-Frank Neill, 13.642; 24.28-Gray Leadbetter, 13.729; 25.28M-Conner Morrell, 13.761; 26.12-Kyle Capodice, 14.061; 27.5W-Benjamin Webb, 14.672;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 2X-Stuart Brubaker[2] ; 2. 18-Cole Macedo[1] ; 3. 68G-Tyler Gunn[3] ; 4. 5-Byron Reed[7] ; 5. 16-DJ Foos[4] ; 6. 99-Skyler Gee[5] ; 7. 7N-Darin Naida[8] ; 8. 28M-Conner Morrell[9] ; 9. 15K-Creed Kemenah[6]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 8-Zach Ames[2] ; 2. 23-Chris Andrews[3] ; 3. 49i-John Ivy[5] ; 4. 12G-Corbin Gurley[1] ; 5. 12-Kyle Capodice[9] ; 6. 2+-Brian Smith[6] ; 7. 28-Gray Leadbetter[8] ; 8. 29-Zeth Sabo[4] ; 9. X-Mike Keegan[7]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 45-Tim Shaffer[1] ; 2. 5T-Travis Philo[4] ; 3. 47BC-Emerson Axsom[3] ; 4. 24D-Danny Sams[5] ; 5. 2-Ricky Peterson[7] ; 6. 4*-Tyler Street[6] ; 7. 88N-Frank Neill[8] ; 8. 3J-Trey Jacobs[2] ; 9. 5W-Benjamin Webb[9]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)

1. 99-Skyler Gee[1] ; 2. 4*-Tyler Street[3] ; 3. 7N-Darin Naida[4] ; 4. 29-Zeth Sabo[8] ; 5. 2+-Brian Smith[2] ; 6. 15K-Creed Kemenah[10] ; 7. 28M-Conner Morrell[7] ; 8. 3J-Trey Jacobs[9] ; 9. 88N-Frank Neill[6] ; 10. 28-Gray Leadbetter[5] ; 11. 5W-Benjamin Webb[12] ; 12. X-Mike Keegan[11]

A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)

1. 16-DJ Foos[1] ; 2. 5T-Travis Philo[7] ; 3. 18-Cole Macedo[6] ; 4. 47BC-Emerson Axsom[3] ; 5. 45-Tim Shaffer[5] ; 6. 5-Byron Reed[11] ; 7. 99-Skyler Gee[16] ; 8. 2-Ricky Peterson[15] ; 9. 68G-Tyler Gunn[9] ; 10. 29-Zeth Sabo[19] ; 11. 24D-Danny Sams[13] ; 12. 2X-Stuart Brubaker[4] ; 13. 7N-Darin Naida[18] ; 14. 12G-Corbin Gurley[12] ; 15. 2+-Brian Smith[20] ; 16. 8-Zach Ames[8] ; 17. 12-Kyle Capodice[14] ; 18. 23-Chris Andrews[2] ; 19. 49i-John Ivy[10] ; 20. 4*-Tyler Street[17]

305 Sprints – Fremont Fence

Qualifying

1.X15-Kasey Ziebold, 13.707; 2.5K-Kasey Jedrzejek, 13.779; 3.7M-Brandon Moore, 13.779; 4.26-Jamie Miller, 13.859; 5.20I-Kelsey Ivy, 13.874; 6.X-Mike Keegan, 13.876; 7.47-Matt Lucius, 13.876; 8.12-Matt Foos, 13.942; 9.19R-Steve Rando, 13.957; 10.5JR-Jim McGrath Jr., 13.964; 11.3M-Logan Mongeau, 13.992; 12.31-Paul Weaver, 14.027; 13.3X-Brandon Riehl, 14.065; 14.34-Jud Dickerson, 14.089; 15.9R-Logan Riehl, 14.121; 16.5-Kody Brewer, 14.177; 17.10TS-Tyler Schiets, 14.207; 18.5M-Mike Moore, 14.249; 19.26X-Brandon Martin, 14.267; 20.15K-Creed Kemenah, 14.284; 21.3F-Wade Fraley, 14.294; 22.16-Zeth Sabo, 14.295; 23.51M-Haldon Miller, 14.308; 24.63-Randy Ruble, 14.369; 25.2-Brenden Torok, 14.381; 26.4T-James Taddeo, 14.404; 27.13S-Drew Siferd, 14.473; 28.92-Kevin Hawk, 14.528; 29.27-Caleb Crispen, 14.784;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 26X-Brandon Martin[1] ; 2. 3X-Brandon Riehl[4] ; 3. 16-Zeth Sabo[6] ; 4. 3F-Wade Fraley[5] ; 5. 5M-Mike Moore[2] ; 6. 34-Jud Dickerson[3] ; 7. 63-Randy Ruble[7] ; 8. 2-Brenden Torok[8]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 5K-Kasey Jedrzejek[3] ; 2. 7M-Brandon Moore[4] ; 3. 15K-Creed Kemenah[1] ; 4. 3M-Logan Mongeau[2] ; 5. 13S-Drew Siferd[6] ; 6. 51M-Haldon Miller[5] ; 7. 92-Kevin Hawk[7]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. X-Mike Keegan[1] ; 2. 26-Jamie Miller[3] ; 3. 12-Matt Foos[5] ; 4. 9R-Logan Riehl[7] ; 5. 47-Matt Lucius[2] ; 6. X15-Kasey Ziebold[4] ; 7. 19R-Steve Rando[6]

Heat 4, Group D - (8 Laps)

1. 31-Paul Weaver[2] ; 2. 5-Kody Brewer[1] ; 3. 5JR-Jim McGrath Jr.[3] ; 4. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[4] ; 5. 4T-James Taddeo[6] ; 6. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[5] ; 7. 27-Caleb Crispen[7]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)

1. 13S-Drew Siferd[2] ; 2. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[8] ; 3. 51M-Haldon Miller[6] ; 4. 19R-Steve Rando[11] ; 5. 5M-Mike Moore[1] ; 6. X15-Kasey Ziebold[7] ; 7. 4T-James Taddeo[4] ; 8. 92-Kevin Hawk[10] ; 9. 34-Jud Dickerson[5] ; 10. 63-Randy Ruble[9] ; 11. 27-Caleb Crispen[12] ; 12. 47-Matt Lucius[3]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 26X-Brandon Martin[4] ; 2. 5-Kody Brewer[5] ; 3. 5K-Kasey Jedrzejek[10] ; 4. 7M-Brandon Moore[6] ; 5. 31-Paul Weaver[7] ; 6. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[2] ; 7. 15K-Creed Kemenah[12] ; 8. 9R-Logan Riehl[16] ; 9. 12-Matt Foos[13] ; 10. 3X-Brandon Riehl[3] ; 11. 3F-Wade Fraley[15] ; 12. 5JR-Jim McGrath Jr.[14] ; 13. 16-Zeth Sabo[11] ; 14. 3M-Logan Mongeau[1] ; 15. 51M-Haldon Miller[19] ; 16. 13S-Drew Siferd[17] ; 17. 26-Jamie Miller[9] ; 18. X-Mike Keegan[8] ; 19. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[18] ; 20. 19R-Steve Rando[20]

Late Models – Dirt Nerds Podcast/Propane.com

Qualifying

1.91-Rusty Schlenk, 14.982; 2.44-Colin Shipley, 15.113; 3.50-Ryan Missler, 15.124; 4.92-Justin Chance, 15.138; 5.94-Mike Bores, 15.276; 6.20B-Todd Brennan, 15.286; 7.5M-Ryan Markham, 15.354; 8.56-BJ Gregory, 15.452; 9.59-Larry Bellman, 15.455; 10.27-Ken Hahn, 15.543; 11.71-Dave Hornikel, 15.570; 12.24-Jerry Aber, 15.597; 13.101-Chester Fitch, 15.606; 14.RH21-Gregg Haskell, 15.612; 15.36-Matt Irey, 15.727; 16.74-Jeff Warnick, 15.823; 17.20P-Jim Plotts, 16.247; 18.22-Brad Eitniear, 16.403; 19.03-Jim Gingery, 16.407; 20.20H-Troy Hahn, 16.634; 21.69R-Doug Baird, 17.294; 22.11-Austin Gibson, 17.800; 23.30-Nate Potts, 99.998; 24.51-Devin Shiels, 99.999;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 56-BJ Gregory[2] ; 2. 5M-Ryan Markham[3] ; 3. 94-Mike Bores[4] ; 4. 36-Matt Irey[6] ; 5. RH21-Gregg Haskell[5] ; 6. 24-Jerry Aber[1] ; 7. 20H-Troy Hahn[7]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 20B-Todd Brennan[2] ; 2. 91-Rusty Schlenk[4] ; 3. 27-Ken Hahn[1] ; 4. 50-Ryan Missler[3] ; 5. 71-Dave Hornikel[5] ; 6. 20P-Jim Plotts[6] ; 7. 69R-Doug Baird[7] ; 8. 11-Austin Gibson[8]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 92-Justin Chance[3] ; 2. 59-Larry Bellman[2] ; 3. 101-Chester Fitch[1] ; 4. 44-Colin Shipley[4] ; 5. 74-Jeff Warnick[5] ; 6. 22-Brad Eitniear[6] ; 7. 03-Jim Gingery[7] ; 8. 30-Nate Potts[8]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 91-Rusty Schlenk[1] ; 2. 5M-Ryan Markham[3] ; 3. 44-Colin Shipley[6] ; 4. 92-Justin Chance[2] ; 5. 50-Ryan Missler[12] ; 6. 56-BJ Gregory[5] ; 7. 36-Matt Irey[11] ; 8. 20B-Todd Brennan[4] ; 9. 59-Larry Bellman[7] ; 10. 27-Ken Hahn[9] ; 11. RH21-Gregg Haskell[13] ; 12. 74-Jeff Warnick[15] ; 13. 20P-Jim Plotts[17] ; 14. 24-Jerry Aber[16] ; 15. 22-Brad Eitniear[18] ; 16. 69R-Doug Baird[20] ; 17. 11-Austin Gibson[22] ; 18. 20H-Troy Hahn[19] ; 19. 101-Chester Fitch[10] ; 20. 94-Mike Bores[8] ; 21. 03-Jim Gingery[21] ; 22. 71-Dave Hornikel[14]

 

 

Late Move Nets Bard Second Straight Win

For the second race in a row, Garrett Bard stalked a would-be first-time winner and made a late-race pass to capture the feature. This time it was at Port Royal Speedway Thursday night, where the River Valley Builders PA Sprint Series was racing alongside Tony Stewart’s Tezos All Star Circuit of Champions in the first night of the Tuscarora 50 weekend.

The Wells Tannery driver put his eighth-starting CG Racing Engines/Barnett Self Storage/Environmental Earth Tech #95 into contention at the mid-way point in the 20-lap feature, moving into second place shortly after early leader Drew Young of Beaver Springs dropped out of the race, handing the lead of Zach Rhodes of McVeytown.

Five laps later, Bard made the winning move, denying Rhodes, driving the Weaver racing #31, his first PASS win in his second season of competition.

The win was Bard’s 11th of the season in PASS competition, moving him within one victory of Logan Wagner’s single-season record of 12, set in 2013. It was the 32nd of his four-year PASS career, already a series record.

Rhodes held on for the runner-up finish, his third 2nd-place of the year. He has been driving the Weaver #31 since his own #0Z car was parked with mechanical issues.

Mike Melair of Warrington battled in the top five for the entire race and ended up third, with Ken Duke Jr. of Selinsgrove coming from 11th starting spot to finish fourth, and Jeff Weaver of Lock Haven, another race-long top five battler, fifth.

Justin Mills, Scott Frack, Jimmy White, Tyler Snook, and Josh Spicer completed the top 10.

Contests for position occurred throughout the race throughout the field, with numerous drivers improving their starting positions impressively. Two drivers from the B-Mains, Kenny Heffner and Doug Dodson, each moved up nine positions, with Heffner, who had started 21st and finished 12th, earning the Penns Valley Meat Market Hard Charger Award. Bard and back-row starter Todd Lynn each moved up eight positions, and Duke and Josh Bricker advanced seven spots.

Penns Valley Meat Market also sponsors the PASS races at Port Royal.

The race’s only caution came on the second lap when Chad Phillips flipped in turn three. He was uninjured.

The night’s most serious incident came on the start of the second B-Main, when Stevie Kenawell went three-wide on the front stretch and made contact with Fred Arnold, who in turn collided with Mike Alleman. Kenawell and Alleman took wicked multiple flips, but both drivers exited their cars under their own power. All three teams were done for the night, though.

In an ultra-competitive field of 46 IMCA/RaceSaver print cars, Bard, Rhodes, Mills, and Frack won the heat races, and Heffner and Phillips took the B-Main checkers.

The River Valley Builders PASS tour has one of the season’s biggest weekends coming up next week.

On Thursday, September 15, PASS will make its only 2022 appearance at BAPS Motor Speedway (with 410 sprints also on the program), and then on Saturday, September 17, the new Race to Hunting Season will be run at Selinsgrove Speedway.

The Race to Hunting Season event, with sponsorship from the Pennsylvania Game Commission, will more than double the normal PASS race purse and offer a number of other distinctions.

Super late models, limited late models and roadrunner stocks also will race.

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

Results from Port Royal Speedway, Saturday, September 8

HEAT 1 – 1. 95-Garrett Bard; 2. 54-Mike Melair; 3. 52-Jeff Weaver; 4. 56-Tyler Snook; 5. 25-Nolan Groves; 6. 20-Doug Dodson; 7. 97-Kenny Heffner; 8. 17-Owen Dimm; 9. 34-Austin Reed; 10. 11-Dylan Smith; 11. 5-Logan Spahr (DNF); 12. 21C-Jarrett Cavalet (DNF).

HEAT 2 – 1. 31-Zach Rhodes; 2. 25-Dustin Young; 3. 67-Ken Duke Jr.; 4. R6-Reed Thompson; 5. X-Josh Bricker; 6. 54M-Todd Lynn; 7. 18-Ian Detweiler; 8. 2-Erin Statler; 9. 32A-Austin Greenland; 10. 15-Derrek Treece; 11. 21M-Cassandra Minium.

HEAT 3 – 1. M1-Justin Mills; 2. 80-Dave Wickham; 3. 7-Drew Young; 4. 71-Josh Spicer; 5. 26-Ryan Lynn; 6. 98X-Chad Phillips; 7. 46-Mike Alleman; 8. 58-Nathan Emig; 9. 15-Matt Rader; 10. 28R-Jason Roush; 11. 1A-Paul Moyer (DNF).

HEAT 4 – 1. 39X-Scott Frack; 2. 5J-Logan Jones; 3. 53W-Jimmy White; 4. 11M-Mikell McGee; 5. 10-Jake Waters; 6. 98-Croix Beasom; 7. 88-Fred Arnold; 8. 17K-Stevie Kenawell; 9. 29R-Seth Schnoke; 10. 16-Jeff Paulson; 11. 9-Mariah Romig; 12. 03-Branstin Shue (DNF).

B-MAIN 1 – 1. 97-Kenny Heffner; 2. 20-Doug Dodson; 3. 54M-Todd Lynn; 4. 18-Ian Detweiler; 5. 17-Owen Dimm; 6. 34-Austin Reed; 7. 2-Erin Statler; 8. 5-Logan Spahr; 9. 32A-Austin Greeland; 10. 15-Derrek Treece; 11. 11-Dylan Smith; 12. 21M-Cassandra Minium. DNS – 21C-Jarrett Cavalet.

B-MAIN 2 – 1. 98X-Chad Phillips; 2. 29R-Seth Schnoke; 3. 98-Croix Beasom; 4. 03-Branstin Shue; 5. 16-Jeff Paulson; 6. 58-Nathan Emig; 7. 28R-Jason Roush; 8. 15-Matt Rader; 9. 9-Mariah Romig; 10. 46-Mike Alleman (DNF); 11. 88-Fred Arnold (DNF); 12. 17K-Stevie Kenawell (DNF). DNS – 1M-Paul Moyer.

FEATURE – 1. 95-Garrett Bard; 2. 31-Zach Rhodes; 3. 54-Mike Melair; 4. 67-Ken Duke Jr.; 5. 52-Jeff Weaver; 6. M1-Justin Mills; 7. 39X-Scott Frack; 8. 53W-Jimmy White; 9. 56-Tyler Snook; 10. 71-Josh Spicer; 11. X-Josh Bricker; 12. 97-Kenny Heffner; 13. 25-Nolan Groves; 14. 20-Doug Dodson; 15. 25-Dustin Young; 16. R6-Reed Thompson; 17. 54M-Todd Lynn; 18. 11M-Mikell McGee; 19. 80-Dave Wickham; 20. 29R-Seth Schnoke; 21. 5J-Logan Jones; 22. 26-Ryan Lynn; 23. 98-Croix Beasom; 24. 7-Drew Young (DNF); 25. 10-Jake Waters (DNF); 26. 98X-Chad Phillips (DNF). DNQ – 18-Ian Detweiler; 03-Branstin Shue; 17-Owen Dimm; 16-Jeff Paulson; 34-Austin Reed; 58-Nathan Emig; 2-Erin Statler; 28R-Jason Roush; 5-Logan Spahr; 15-Matt Rader; 32A-Austin Greeland; 9-Mariah Romig; 15-Derrek Treece; 46-Mike Alleman; 11-Dylan Smith; 88-Fred Arnold; 21M-Cassandra Minium; 17K-Stevie Kenawell; 21C-Jarrett Cavalet; 1M-Paul Moyer.

 

 

Krummert takes BRP modified 25th anniversary night 1 at Michaels mercer raceway.; Bish wins in stocks; Morris (305s) and Thompson(minis) repeat.
By Jim Balentine
(Mercer,Pa)

On a beautiful mid September evening Michaels Mercer Raceway celebrated the first night of the BRP modified 25th anniversary showdown 2 day show with Garrett Krummert picking up his 2nd higher paying BRP modified race of the year at Mercer defeating Erick Rudolph and Mike Kinney. Jimmy Morris picked up his 2nd Racesaver 305 sprint feature of the year; Curt Bish won the pro stock invitational and track champ Andy Thompson won his 7th mini stock feature of the year.

Jimmy Morris would take off from his outside pole position and was not seriously challenged until the end when Vivian Jones would close the gap but Morris held on by .451 to win his 2nd Racesaver 305 sprint feature and his historic 15th career in the class at Mercer . “I could hear a motor back there and the car got freeer and I knew someone was coming and when I saw the white flag I knew I had to take it easy as the car was getting loose. I’m blessed to still be doing this. Wow 15 wins!!! It’s a team effort with my family and crew I can’t thank everyone enough. Track is racey and I appreciate the hard work from the team so we can race here!!” Jones would be 2nd, Jake Gomola was 3rd, Greg Dobrosky 4th and Andy Priest 5th.

The pro stocks returned for the first time this season with Curt Bish picking up his 13th career Mercer feature. 7 time winner veteran Gary Miller would lead from the pole and would make the car 90 feet wide and Bish would hound him all over the race track. On lap 8 Bish would get around Miller and would continue to lead. However veteran Chris Schneider would reel him in lap after lap as on lap 10 he was a full 2 seconds behind but would close the gap and would finish just .686 at the end behind Bish. Raceway 7 and Eriez track champ Chris Withers would finish 3rd, Coleton Longwell 4th and Miller fell back to 5th. Bish would say, “I’m glad there wasnt more than 20 laps tonight, it helped me out tonight with my tire choice. Gary made that car wide he’s a good driver and anytime you can beat Schneider it’s a good night. We’ve had a good year we’ve won 5 out of 10 starts and I couldn’t do it without my crew and sponsors.”

Andy Thompson held off Josh Eakman by 4 seconds to wrap up his 2nd mini stock track championship in a row and his 7th win of the season. The battle would be for 2nd as Eakman would get around Corey Bice who was 2nd since lap 4 at the checkered by just .166 at the line. Randy Ealy would come home 3rd after going to the tail with rear ended damage to finish 2nd in points over Trevn Schaffer who finished 5th. Andy said ,”I didn’t know how big of a lead I had but I love racing here the track was beautiful tonight you didn’t have to lift at all!!”

305 Sprints Feature 20 Laps
1. 16-Jim Morris[2]; 2. 20M-Vivian Jones[6]; 3. 4J-Jacob Gamola[1]; 4. 88-Greg Dobrosky[5]; 5. 21N-Andy Priest[4]; 6. 27K-Jeremy Kornbau[8]; 7. 82M-Roman Jones[3]; 8. 25-Jarrett Rosencrance[10]; 9. 12G-Tommy Jasen[9]; 10. 17S-Shane Shook[7]; 11. X7-Andy Cavanagh[12]; 12. (DNS) 3-John Jerich

Heat 1 8 Laps
1. 4J-Jacob Gamola[2]; 2. 82M-Roman Jones[1]; 3. 88-Greg Dobrosky[5]; 4. 17S-Shane Shook[4]; 5. 12G-Tommy Jasen[3]; 6. 3-John Jerich[6]

Heat 2 8 Laps
1. 16-Jim Morris[1]; 2. 21N-Andy Priest[3]; 3. 20M-Vivian Jones[5]; 4. 27K-Jeremy Kornbau[6]; 5. 25-Jarrett Rosencrance[4]; 6. X7-Andy Cavanagh[2]

 

 

Jake Swanson Wins at Jacksonville Speedway with POWRi WAR/Xtreme Sprints
Belleville, IL. (9/9/22) Jake Swanson would strike in the latter stages of the Lucas Oil POWRi Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League feature event at Jacksonville Speedway, running in conjunction with the Xtreme Outlaw Sprint Series presented by Low-E Insulation, to notch his second career league feature victory.

Early on track accomplishments with twenty-seven entries would witness Mario Clouser clock fast-time in group qualifying with an 11.605-second-lap as Alex Bright, Robert Ballou, and Anton Hernandez all each notched heat racing victories as Mitchell Davis would earn the semi-feature win with Anton Hernandez gaining the high point qualifier award after the preliminary competition.

Redrawing six during intermission to shuffle the front of the grid would find Brandon Mattox combat front-row companion Alex Bright into the first pair of corners with Bright gaining the early race lead as Robert Ballou, Jake Swanson, Mario Clouser, and Anton Hernandez all battled inside the first three rows of competition in close contention for the front.

Grabbing the preferred position in front after a late-race restart would witness Jake Swanson precisely maneuver around the leading Bright with a hungry pack of traditional sprinters trying to keep a quick pace with the front-runners.

Keeping the field of talented WAR/Xtreme drivers behind, Jake Swanson would emerge victorious for the second time in 2022 as one-time leader Alex Bright would finish in a close runner-up positioning with seventh-starting CJ Leary clinching the final podium placement in the event.

Maintaining a solid showing all night, Anton Hernandez would finish fourth as Kevin Thomas Jr rounded out the top-five finishers from starting ninth in the Lucas Oil POWRi Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League, running in conjunction with the Xtreme Outlaw Sprint Series presented by Low-E Insulation, feature event at Jacksonville Speedway Friday Night.

POWRi WAR Sprint League | Jacksonville Speedway | 9/9/22:
Hoosier Racing Tire Quick Time: 6-Mario Clouser (11.605)
Advanced Racing Suspension Heat Race 1 Winner: 20-Alex Bright
Auto Meter Heat Race 2 Winner: 12-Robert Ballou
Schure Built Suspensions Heat Race 3 Winner: 2B-Anton Hernandez
Max Papis Innovations Semi Feature Winner: 56-Mitchell Davis
MVT Services High Point Qualifier: 2B-Anton Hernandez
Toyota Racing Development Hard Charger: 66-Shane Cockrum(+12)
Lucas Oil Feature Winner: 21AZ-Jake Swanson

Feature (30 Laps): 1. 21AZ-Jake Swanson[4]; 2. 20-Alex Bright[2]; 3. 77M-CJ Leary[7]; 4. 2B-Anton Hernandez[6]; 5. 15K-Kevin Thomas Jr[9]; 6. 66-Shane Cockrum[18]; 7. 33M-Matt Westfall[8]; 8. 12-Robert Ballou[3]; 9. 56-Mitchell Davis[17]; 10. 6-Mario Clouser[5]; 11. 28-Kory Schudy[14]; 12. N2-Nic Harris[11]; 13. 8D-Will Armitage[12]; 14. 1JR-Steven Russell[15]; 15. 16-Anthony Nicholson[19]; 16. 44-Wesley Smith[13]; 17. 2A-Austin Archdale[21]; 18. 17GP-Max Adams[10]; 19. 24-Landon Simon[20]; 20. 52-Isaac Chapple[16]; 21. 28M-Brandon Mattox[1]; 22. 52F-Logan Faucon[22].

Last Chance Showdown 1 (10 Laps): 1. 56-Mitchell Davis[3]; 2. 66-Shane Cockrum[4]; 3. 16-Anthony Nicholson[2]; 4. 24-Landon Simon[9]; 5. 2A-Austin Archdale[1]; 6. 52F-Logan Faucon[5]; 7. 70X-Eric Shelton[6]; 8. 44B-Cory Bruns[7]; 9. 8-Tyler Roth[8]; 10. 70-Korey Weyant[10]; 11. 29-Mitch Wissmiller[11].

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 20-Alex Bright[1]; 2. 33M-Matt Westfall[2]; 3. 21AZ-Jake Swanson[4]; 4. 17GP-Max Adams[3]; 5. 28-Kory Schudy[5]; 6. 52-Isaac Chapple[6]; 7. 66-Shane Cockrum[8]; 8. 8-Tyler Roth[9]; 9. 24-Landon Simon[7].

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 12-Robert Ballou[1]; 2. 77M-CJ Leary[2]; 3. 6-Mario Clouser[4]; 4. 15K-Kevin Thomas Jr[3]; 5. 44-Wesley Smith[5]; 6. 2A-Austin Archdale[6]; 7. 70X-Eric Shelton[7]; 8. 44B-Cory Bruns[8]; 9. 70-Korey Weyant[9].

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 2B-Anton Hernandez[4]; 2. 28M-Brandon Mattox[5]; 3. 8D-Will Armitage[1]; 4. N2-Nic Harris[3]; 5. 1JR-Steven Russell[6]; 6. 16-Anthony Nicholson[7]; 7. 52F-Logan Faucon[8]; 8. 56-Mitchell Davis[2]; 9. 29-Mitch Wissmiller[9].

Qualifying Group 1: 1. 21AZ-Jake Swanson, 00:11.762[9]; 2. 17GP-Max Adams, 00:11.870[5]; 3. 33M-Matt Westfall, 00:11.883[1]; 4. 20-Alex Bright, 00:11.921[4]; 5. 28-Kory Schudy, 00:12.078[2]; 6. 52-Isaac Chapple, 00:12.200[8]; 7. 24-Landon Simon, 00:12.319[3]; 8. 66-Shane Cockrum, 00:12.366[6]; 9. 8-Tyler Roth, 00:13.028[7].

Qualifying Group 2: 1. 6-Mario Clouser, 00:11.605[2]; 2. 15K-Kevin Thomas Jr, 00:11.631[9]; 3. 77M-CJ Leary, 00:11.681[4]; 4. 12-Robert Ballou, 00:11.801[5]; 5. 44-Wesley Smith, 00:11.961[7]; 6. 2A-Austin Archdale, 00:12.331[3]; 7. 70X-Eric Shelton, 00:12.734[6]; 8. 44B-Cory Bruns, 00:12.817[8].

Qualifying Group 3: 1. 2B-Anton Hernandez, 00:11.810[2]; 2. N2-Nic Harris, 00:11.910[1]; 3. 56-Mitchell Davis, 00:12.100[6]; 4. 8D-Will Armitage, 00:12.212[5]; 5. 28M-Brandon Mattox, 00:12.231[9]; 6. 1JR-Steven Russell, 00:12.358[3]; 7. 16-Anthony Nicholson, 00:12.365[8]; 8. 52F-Logan Faucon, 00:12.450[7].

Next, for the Lucas Oil POWRi Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League will be a weekend wrap-up of running in conjunction with the Xtreme Outlaw Sprint Series at Spoon River Speedway on Saturday, September 10th.

Follow along for more information such as race recaps, updates, full results, and press releases online at www.powri.com, on Twitter & Instagram at @POWRi_Racing, or on Facebook at POWRi.

 

 

Shane Golobic races to 11th career SCCT win to open Gold Cup 68

By Gary Thomas

Chico, CA…Fremont’s Shane Golobic has been as hot as any driver in California the last few weeks and added another victory on Wednesday night, by picking up the Sprint Car Challenge Tour sanctioned “Pacific Sprint Cup” at Silver Dollar Speedway.

Sharing victory lane with Golobic on Wednesday was San Jose throttle masher Shawn Jones, who earned his first Joe Hunt Magnetos Wingless Tour triumph of the season.

The 30-lap SCCT feature began with 15-year-old Chance Grasty jumping into the lead. The Suisun City youngster held a steady lead out front as the action was hot and heavy behind him. Elk Grove’s Kyle Larson had spun out on the original attempt and many eyes were turned his way, with the 2-time Gold Cup champ blasting his way through the field. Grasty led the first laps of his career with the Sprint Car Challenge Tour but when traffic came into play it gave Max Mittry and Golobic a chance to close.

On lap 13 Mittry carved his way past Grasty and brought Golobic along for second. The racing continued to keep fans on the edge of their seats with side-by-side action all through the field. Larson ended up cracking into the top-five on lap 20 as he found the high side to his liking. Golobic was also able to make his way by Mittry with 21 laps complete to snag the lead that he would never relinquish. The driver of the Matt Wood Racing/ NOS Energy Drink No. 17w accepted the checkered flag for his 11th career Sprint Car Challenge Tour win.

Larson continued his charge as the laps wound down and got past Mittry just before the finish to end up second. Mittry crossed the stripe in third to earn his first ever SCCT podium. Lincoln’s Tanner Carrick and Grasty rounded out the top-five. Completing the top-10 were Joel Myers Jr., Landon Brooks, Michael Faccinto, Pit Stop USA Hard Charger Tim Kaeding and Sean Becker.

Kyle Larson began the evening by earning the Bianchi Farms Fast Time Award by touring the bullring in 12.272 seconds. He went home with $800 total courtesy extra money from Joey and Joelle Carr.

SCCT 360 Sprints - 32 Entries

A Feature 30 Laps 1. 17W-Shane Golobic[4]; 2. 57-Kyle Larson[5]; 3. 2XM-Max Mittry[3]; 4. 83T-Tanner Carrick[9]; 5. 1-Chance Grasty[1]; 6. 46JR-Joel Myers Jr[6]; 7. 5V-Landon Brooks[2]; 8. X1-Michael Faccinto[10]; 9. 42X-Tim Kaeding[24]; 10. 83V-Sean Becker[17]; 11. 28-Chase Johnson[16]; 12. 14W-Ryan Robinson[13]; 13. 33-Dylan Bloomfield[14]; 14. 38B-Blake Carrick[15]; 15. 9L-Luke Hayes[11]; 16. 92-Andy Forsberg[12]; 17. 21-Shane Hopkins[18]; 18. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez[23]; 19. 21X-Gauge Garcia[22]; 20. 94X-Steel Powell[19]; 21. 83SA-Isaiah Vasquez[21]; 22. 88N-DJ Netto[7]; 23. 7C-Kaleb Montgomery[8]; 24. 8JR-Brian McGahan Jr[20]

B Feature 12 Laps 1. 83SA-Isaiah Vasquez[2]; 2. 21X-Gauge Garcia[1]; 3. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez[4]; 4. 42X-Tim Kaeding[7]; 5. 75-Tony Gomes[9]; 6. 78-Bret Barney[6]; 7. 77-Ryan Lippincott[3]; 8. 15-Cody Key[5]; 9. 5-Kenny Wanderstadt[8]

Dash 6 Laps 1. 1-Chance Grasty[2]; 2. 5V-Landon Brooks[1]; 3. 2XM-Max Mittry[3]; 4. 17W-Shane Golobic[4]; 5. 57-Kyle Larson[6]; 6. 46JR-Joel Myers Jr[5]; 7. 88N-DJ Netto[8]; 8. 7C-Kaleb Montgomery[7]

Heat 1 8 Laps 1. 17W-Shane Golobic[2]; 2. 1-Chance Grasty[4]; 3. 9L-Luke Hayes[3]; 4. 38B-Blake Carrick[1]; 5. 94X-Steel Powell[6]; 6. 83SA-Isaiah Vasquez[5]; 7. 42X-Tim Kaeding[7]; 8. 33H-Eric Humphries[8]

Heat 2 8 Laps 1. 7C-Kaleb Montgomery[2]; 2. X1-Michael Faccinto[1]; 3. 5V-Landon Brooks[4]; 4. 28-Chase Johnson[3]; 5. 21-Shane Hopkins[5]; 6. 77-Ryan Lippincott[6]; 7. 5-Kenny Wanderstadt[7]

Heat 3 8 Laps 1. 2XM-Max Mittry[2]; 2. 83T-Tanner Carrick[1]; 3. 57-Kyle Larson[4]; 4. 14W-Ryan Robinson[3]; 5. 83V-Sean Becker[5]; 6. 21X-Gauge Garcia[7]; 7. 15-Cody Key[6]

Heat 4 8 Laps 1. 46JR-Joel Myers Jr[1]; 2. 88N-DJ Netto[4]; 3. 92-Andy Forsberg[6]; 4. 33-Dylan Bloomfield[3]; 5. 8JR-Brian McGahan Jr[7]; 6. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez[8]; 7. 78-Bret Barney[5]; 8. 75-Tony Gomes[2]

Qualifying 1 1. 1-Chance Grasty, 00:12.522[3]; 2. 38B-Blake Carrick, 00:12.553[5]; 3. 17W-Shane Golobic, 00:12.566[4]; 4. 9L-Luke Hayes, 00:12.606[6]; 5. 83SA-Isaiah Vasquez, 00:12.634[7]; 6. 94X-Steel Powell, 00:12.730[8]; 7. 42X-Tim Kaeding, 00:12.757[2]; 8. 33H-Eric Humphries, 00:12.897[1]

Qualifying 2 1. 5V-Landon Brooks, 00:12.348[6]; 2. X1-Michael Faccinto, 00:12.402[3]; 3. 7C-Kaleb Montgomery, 00:12.572[8]; 4. 28-Chase Johnson, 00:12.698[7]; 5. 21-Shane Hopkins, 00:12.704[1]; 6. 77-Ryan Lippincott, 00:12.779[4]; 7. 5-Kenny Wanderstadt, 00:12.872[5]

Qualifying 3 1. 57-Kyle Larson, 00:12.272[7]; 2. 83T-Tanner Carrick, 00:12.299[2]; 3. 2XM-Max Mittry, 00:12.411[3]; 4. 14W-Ryan Robinson, 00:12.446[6]; 5. 83V-Sean Becker, 00:12.490[5]; 6. 15-Cody Key, 00:12.551[1]; 7. 21X-Gauge Garcia, 00:12.596[4]; 8. 4SA-Justin Sanders, 00:12.596[8]

Qualifying 4 1. 88N-DJ Netto, 00:12.349[2]; 2. 46JR-Joel Myers Jr, 00:12.438[8]; 3. 75-Tony Gomes, 00:12.465[3]; 4. 33-Dylan Bloomfield, 00:12.491[6]; 5. 78-Bret Barney, 00:12.591[1]; 6. 92-Andy Forsberg, 00:12.607[4]; 7. 8JR-Brian McGahan Jr, 00:12.798[5]; 8. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez, 00:12.938[7]

The Joe Hunt Magnetos Wingless Tour provided thrills as usual in their 25-lap main event. Multiple time series champion Shawn Jones has put together a consistent year and finally earned his first tour victory of 2022. Current Hunt Tour point leader Jake Morgan came home in second followed by a hard charging Daniel Whitley, Jarrett Soares and Nick Larson. Finishing sixth through 10th were Josh Young, Heath Holdsclaw, Eathon Lanfri, Scott Clough and Anthony Snow.

Joe Hunt Magnetos Wingless Sprints - 20 Entries

A Feature 25 Laps 1. 14-Shawn Jones[1]; 2. 7M-Jake Morgan[4]; 3. 3T-Daniel Whitley[10]; 4. 12-Jarrett Soares[3]; 5. 24N-Nick Larson[11]; 6. 7EJ-Josh Young[8]; 7. 33-Heath Holdsclaw[15]; 8. 31P-Eathon Lanfri[18]; 9. 60-Scott Clough[17]; 10. 17-Anthony Snow[9]; 11. 151-Eric Hopkins[7]; 12. 7-Trey Walters[19]; 13. 79-Mark Hanson[12]; 14. 98Z-Jordan Garretson[20]; 15. 17M-Evan Gularte[13]; 16. 16-Nathan Johnson[14]; 17. 2STX-Brent Steck[6]; 18. 51-Shane Hopkins[2]; 19. 3-Nick Robfogel[5]; 20. 121-Brian Slubik[16]

The 68th Gold Cup Race of Champions continues tonight with the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Cars invading the Silver Dollar Speedway.

 

 

POIRIER TAKES KNIGHTS OF THUNDER VICTORY ON SECOND NIGHT OF BRIGHTON’S LABOUR DAY CLASSIC

By Tommy Goudge

BRIGHTON, Ont. (September 4, 2022) – Jordan Poirier rode into town on Sunday and pillaged the Pinty’s Knights of Thunder 360 Sprint Car series event at Brighton Speedway.

Poirier drew the pole for the 25 lap A-Main with Cory Turner on the outside of the front row. Poirier, the 2021 Knights of Thunder champion, did not compete the previous night at Brighton as he is chasing the Empire Super Sprints title in 2022. The initial start was called back and Turner was put back one row when officials determined that he jumped the start. D.J. Christie assumed the outside front row starting position next to Poirier, but Turner wasted little time moving ahead and challenging Poirier for the lead.

Turner used the outside groove to drive past Poirier, only to see the move negated by a yellow flag on lap three for a Kevin Pauls spin. Poirier didn’t let his chance go to waste and drove away from the field after the restart, eventually winning by more than three seconds. The rest of the race was not without its challenges though, as traffic came into play and the track began to take rubber; drivers were forced to take care of their tires on the increasingly abrasive surface.

Cory Turner settled for the runner-up spot, followed by his brother Ryan, Liam Martin, and Mitch Brown. The top five finish for Brown was a successful salvage job for the championship contender after a hard crash in hot laps; his crew worked quickly and received help from others in the pit area to get his car repaired and ready for his heat race.

The Knights of Thunder series will next be in competition at the 18th Running of the Canadian Sprint Car Nationals on Friday, September 16 and Saturday, September 17 at Ohsweken Speedway. Visit www.knightsofthunder.com for more information.

Pinty’s Knights of Thunder 360 Sprint Car Series Race Report – Sunday, September 4, 2022 Brighton Speedway Brighton, Ontario, Canada

A-Main [Started] 25 laps – NT 1. 28-Jordan Poirier[1]; 2. 13-Cory Turner[2]; 3. 15-Ryan Turner[3]; 4. 9-Liam Martin[8]; 5. 10-Mitch Brown[6]; 6. 45-Nick Sheridan[7]; 7. 5-DJ Christie[4]; 8. 11-Jamie Turner[9]; 9. 3G-Dale Gosselin[16]; 10. 11J-Chris Jones[13]; 11. 84-Tyler Rand[12]; 12. 68-Aaron Turkey[5]; 13. 1 10-Jake Brown[14]; 14. 21K-Kyle Phillips[18]; 15. 88H-Josh Hansen[15]; 16. 0-Glenn Styres[19]; 17. 46-Kevin Pauls[11]; 18. 87X-Shone Evans[17]; 19. 42W-Rick Wilson[10] Margin of Victory – 3.287 seconds Hard Charger – Dale Gosselin +7

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – NT 1. 68-Aaron Turkey, Ohsweken [4]; 2. 5-DJ Christie, Beachville [1]; 3. 10-Mitch Brown, Brantford [3]; 4. 46-Kevin Pauls, St. Catharines [2]; 5. 42W-Rick Wilson, Joyceville [6]; 6. 87X-Shone Evans, Scotland [5]; 7. 0-Glenn Styres, Ohsweken [7]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – 2:01.205 1. 9-Liam Martin, Binbrook [4]; 2. 13-Cory Turner, Tillsonburg [2]; 3. 15-Ryan Turner, Dunnville [6]; 4. 11J-Chris Jones, Picton [1]; 5. 1 10-Jake Brown, Brantford [5]; 6. 21K-Kyle Phillips, Grand Island, New York [3]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 8 laps – 2:01.001 1. 45-Nick Sheridan, Mount Brydges [1]; 2. 28-Jordan Poirier, Saint-Mathieu-de-Beloeil, Quebec [4]; 3. 11-Jamie Turner, Caistor Centre [3]; 4. 84-Tyler Rand, Picton [2]; 5. 88H-Josh Hansen, Beamsville [5]; 6. 3G-Dale Gosselin, Saint-Pie, Quebec [6]

Up Next: Friday, September 16, 2022 – Ohsweken Speedway – Ohsweken, Ontario Saturday, September 17, 2022 – Ohsweken Speedway – Ohsweken, Ontario

KNIGHTS OF THUNDER MEDIA Website: www.knightsofthunder.com Twitter: @KoTSprints Facebook: KnightsofThunderSprintCars Instagram: @knightsofthunder YouTube: GForceTV

About the Pinty’s Knights of Thunder Sprint Car Series: Founded in 2021, the Knights of Thunder series is a traveling winged 360 Sprint Car tour based in Ontario, Canada. Each points-paying event on the 2022 schedule will pay a minimum of $2,000-to-win and $250-to-start, and all events will be broadcast live on GForceTV. The championship winner will be rewarded with $5,000 and a Pinty’s VIP package for the 2023 Bristol Dirt Race, while 10th place in the championship standings will pay $1,000. The 2022 Knights of Thunder Sprint Car Series is made possible with the support of Pinty’s Delicious Foods, Corr/Pak Merchandising, Stoneridge Specialty Insurance, Hoosier Tire Canada, Burger Barn, Nitro 54 Variety, Strickland’s Brantford Chevrolet, and EPIC Racewear. Visit www.knightsofthunder.com for more information.

 

 

CURRAN WINS SECOND NIGHT OF BRIGHTON’S LABOUR DAY CLASSIC, FIRST ACTION SPRINT TOUR VICTORY

By Tommy Goudge

BRIGHTON, Ont. (September 3, 2022) – Dale Curran was almost letter-perfect on Sunday night at Brighton Speedway, taking his first career Action Sprint Tour fueled by Pinty’s win during the second night of the Labour Day Classic weekend.

Curran drew the pole position for the 25 lap A-Main with Allan Downey to his outside. Curran fended off a lap one challenge from Downey and subsequently one from Mathieu Bardier. Curran later made contact with the front stretch wall, but otherwise ran the outside groove to perfection and successfully negotiated traffic.

The race went green-to-checkered without a stoppage in under six and a half minutes, and Jacob Dykstra ran out of time in his bid to catch Curran after starting in row four. Curran’s margin of victory was just over two seconds, with Dykstra settling for the runner-up spot. Bardier, Downey, and Austin Roes rounded out the top five.

The Action Sprint Tour fueled by Pinty’s will next be in competition at the Trailer Pros Canada Sprint Race Weekend at Brockville Ontario Speedway on Friday, September 9 and Saturday, September 10. Visit www.actionsprinttour.com for more information.

Action Sprint Tour Crate Sprint Car series fueled by Pinty’s Statistical Report – Sunday, September 4, 2022 Brighton Speedway – Brighton, Ontario, Canada

A-Main [Started] 25 laps – 6:26.863 1. 31-Dale Curran[1]; 2. 5D-Jacob Dykstra[8]; 3. 19-Mathieu Bardier[3]; 4. 19D-Allan Downey[2]; 5. 3S-Austin Roes[4]; 6. 16R-Seth Roy[5]; 7. 00-Ryan Poole[6]; 8. 50LS-Adrian Stahle[12]; 9. 39-Jonah Mutton[13]; 10. 77T-Tyeller Powless[11]; 11. 4B-Darrell Pelletier[9]; 12. 33-Adam Turner[15]; 13. 12DD-Darren Dryden[17]; 14. 20-Johnny Miller[19]; 15. 28-Jordan Hill[14]; 16. 97-Sheldon Bender[21]; 17. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[10]; 18. 88-Lance Erskine[7]; 19. 9C-Brian Nanticoke[16]; 20. 115-April Wilson[20]; 21. 85C-Cam MacKinnon[18] Margin of Victory – 2.090 seconds Hard Charger – Jacob Dykstra +6

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – 1:57.922 1. 5D-Jacob Dykstra[3]; 2. 16R-Seth Roy[1]; 3. 31-Dale Curran[7]; 4. 50LS-Adrian Stahle[4]; 5. 9C-Brian Nanticoke[2]; 6. 12DD-Darren Dryden[5]; 7. 20-Johnny Miller[6]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – 2:02.339 1. 00-Ryan Poole[3]; 2. 19-Mathieu Bardier[2]; 3. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[1]; 4. 39-Jonah Mutton[4]; 5. 28-Jordan Hill[5]; 6. 33-Adam Turner[7]; 7. 115-April Wilson[6]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 8 laps – 2:01.173 1. 3S-Austin Roes[2]; 2. 88-Lance Erskine[3]; 3. 19D-Allan Downey[5]; 4. 4B-Darrell Pelletier[6]; 5. 77T-Tyeller Powless[7]; 6. 85C-Cam MacKinnon[1]; 7. 97-Sheldon Bender[4]

Up Next: Friday, September 9, 2022 – Brockville Ontario Speedway – Brockville, Ontario Saturday, September 10, 2022 – Brockville Ontario Speedway – Brockville, Ontario

ACTION SPRINT TOUR MEDIA Website: www.actionsprinttour.com Facebook: ActionSprintTour Twitter: @ActionSprints Instagram: @actionsprinttour YouTube: GForceTV

About the Action Sprint Tour fueled by Pinty’s: Founded in 2018, the Action Sprint Tour is a traveling Winged Crate Sprint Car Series based in Ontario, Canada. Action Sprint Tour cars are powered by GM 602 crate engines modified specifically to fit a Sprint Car chassis. Each points-paying event on the 2022 schedule will pay a minimum of $1,000-to-win and $150-to-start, and selected events will be broadcast live on GForceTV. The 2022 championship winner will be rewarded with $5,000 and a Pinty’s VIP package for the 2023 Bristol Dirt Race, while 10th place in the championship standings will pay $1,000. The 2022 Action Sprint Tour is made possible with the support of Pinty’s Delicious Foods. Visit www.actionsprinttour.com for more information.

 

 

Late Move Nets Path Valley Victory, 10th Of Season for Garrett Bard


Garrett Bard ruined Paul Moyer’s bid for a first River Valley Builders PA Sprint Series victory with a bold inside pass on the next-to-last lap and scored his 10th PASS win of the 2022 season in the 25-lap feature at Path Valley Speedway Saturday night.

Bard, who had started sixth, gradually moved his CG Racing Engines/Barnett’s Self Storage/Environmental Earth Tech/BDR Race Products #95 up in the standings, taking second from Jeff Weaver of Lock Haven with six laps to go. Then, with two laps to go, the Wells Tannery driver slid under Moyer in turn four and emerged with the lead.

At the checkered flag, his lead was 0.903 seconds. In victory lane, Bard expressed regret that Moyer, who has had several strong runs recently, had not been able to score his first win, but, “I’m not out there to run second.”

Moyer, the second-year PASS racer from Beaver Springs, held onto the runner-up spot, netting his best finish in 35 starts in his Hartley’s Potato Chips/Moyer’s Home Improvements/Weatherproof Roofing #1M.

Weaver finished third, ahead of rookie Timmy Bittner of Beech Creek and veteran Brad Mellott of Needmore.

Completing the top 10 were Alyssa Rowe, Kruz Kepner, Zach Rhodes, Owen Dimm, and Seth Schnoke.

Heat races for the 20 RaceSaver sprinters on hand were won by Brad Mellott and Owen Dimm.

It was a good night for younger drivers, with rookies Bittner, Dimm, and Schnoke grabbing top 10 finishes, as well as Rowe, who has only nine PASS starts over two seasons.

Rhodes, driving Roger Weaver’s #31, was the night’s hard charger, moving up seven positions; Bard gained six spots in winning. A special $50 hard charger award was posted by Dr. Zach Crouse. Rhodes also won a $100 contingency award for the poorest pill draw before the races – he had started his heat in 10th. That award was posted by Blue Ridge Home Healthcare.

The race was slowed by only two cautions, the first on lap 11 when Frank Rusnock spun in the fourth turn, and the second on lap 12 when Rusnock hit the backstretch wall in an incident possibly connected to the earlier spin. That earned the Wapwallopen driver the $50 hard luck award posted by the McGee family.

The night’s racing was a memorial to Roy and Margaret McGee, founders of the track 35 years ago. Mikell McGee of Doylesburg continues the family’s involvement and raced in the PASS feature Saturday.

The victory Saturday was Garrett Bard’s third of the year at Path Valley, and it sewed up the track championship for IMCA/RaceSavers as well. It was the 31st of his career in PASS, the alltime best for the series.

He is now two wins short of matching Logan Wagner’s 2013 mark of 12 victories in a season, another all-time record.

This week’s schedule is an unusual one for the River Valley Builders PASS tour, with an open weekend but a race on Thursday night at Port Royal Speedway, the first night of the three-night Tuscarora 50 weekend. The All-Star Circuit of Champions will headline the program, with the PASS sprinters running qualifying events before a 20-lap feature.

The following weekend will feature Thursday night racing at BAPS Motor Speedway, followed by the inaugural Race To Hunting Season program Saturday, September 17, at Selinsgrove Speedway. That race will be one of the series’ biggest of 2022.

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

Race Results from Path Valley Speedway, Saturday, September 3

HEAT 1 – 1. 6X-Brad Mellott; 2. 19-Kruz Kepner; 3. 880-Drew Ritchey; 4. 52-Jeff Weaver; 5. 71-Alyssa Rowe; 6. 03-Matthew Swift; 7. 46-Mike Alleman; 8. 31-Zach Rhodes; 9. 15-Derrek Treece; 10. 80-Dave Wickham.

HEAT 2 – 1. 17-Owen Dimm; 2. 01-Timmy Bittner; 3. 1M-Paul Moyer; 4. 17

R-Frank Rusnock; 5. 95-Garrett Bard; 6. 29R-Seth Schnoke; 7. 5J-Logan Jones; 8. 11M-Mikell McGee; 9. 89-Lance Yeager; 10. 7-“Cowboy” Jim Kennedy.

FEATURE – 1. 95-Garrett Bard; 2. 1M-Paul Moyer; 3. 52-Jeff Weaver; 4. 01-Timmy Bittner; 5. 6x-Brad Mellott; 6. 71-Alyssa Rowe; 7. 19-Kruz Kepner; 8. 31-Zach Rhodes; 9. 17-Owen Dimm; 10. 29R-Seth Schnoke; 11. 880-Drew Ritchey; 12. 11M-Mikell McGee; 13. 03-Matthew Swift; 14. 46-Mike Alleman; 15. 89-Lance Yeager; 16. 5J-Logan Jones; 17. 15-Derrek Treece; 18. 80-Dave Wickham; 19. 17R-Frank Rusnock (DNF); 20. 7-“Cowboy” Jim Kennedy (DNF).

 

 

Tanner Carrick and Shane Hopkins claim wins at Nor*Cal Posse Shootout presented by High Sierra Industries finale

By Gary Thomas

Placerville, CA…Lincoln’s Tanner Carrick and Placerville’s Shane Hopkins raced to victories in their respective classes during the Nor*Cal Posse Shootout finale on Sunday at the Placerville Speedway.

The last local show of the season in Old Hangtown provided entertaining racing all night long as the double header “shootout” weekend wrapped up. For Carrick it marked his sixth career Winged 360 Sprint Car victory at the track, tying him with Bryan Bullard, Mike Henry and Mason Moore on the all-time list. Hopkins earned his first with the Hunt Tour at the track, doing so by way of a clean sweep during the night.

Carrick started from the pole and battled with Aromas’ Justin Sanders for the lead on the opening lap. Oakley youngster Dylan Bloomfield immediately made his presence known by slicing to the inside of Sanders to fight for second. Excellent racing was seen all throughout the field as the surface had slicked off nicely. A long green flag run was had to begin things and with lapped traffic coming into play it gave Sanders a chance to close the gap.

Carving their way through the slower cars Carrick and Sanders put on a show navigating around the quarter mile bullring. At one point the top-five cars began to bunch up as Roseville’s Sean Becker entered the picture. “The Shark” made his way by Bloomfield to snag third before closing on the front duo. Lapped traffic continued to be heavy and as the laps wound down it was anybody’s race between the top-three cars.

Carrick drove an absolutely flawless race however and crossed under the Ron Stahl checkered flag for the $5,000 triumph.

Sanders completed a phenomenal Winged 360 season at Placerville Speedway by finishing runner up at the Nor*Cal Posse Shootout. The driver of the Dale Miller Septic No. 4sa captured five wins overall at the track. Becker put together a stout night to come home third after hounding the top-two during the waning stages. Saturday night winner Shane Golobic and the always hard charging Colby Copeland rounded out the top-five.

The remainder of the top-10 was filled out by Bloomfield, Kyle Hirst, Michael Faccinto, Tony Gomes and Gauge Garcia. A total of 34 cars competed at the final Winged 360 Sprint Car race of the season at Placerville. Justin Sanders earned his fourth fast time award of the year to open the evening and took home $200 thanks to ADCO Driveline and Sierra Foothills Wine Service.

Winged 360 Sprint Car Result – Nor*Cal Posse Shootout finale 34 Entries

A Main 35 Laps

1. 83T-Tanner Carrick[1]; 2. 4SA-Justin Sanders[2]; 3. 35-Sean Becker[4]; 4. 17W-Shane Golobic[8]; 5. 5B-Colby Copeland[9]; 6. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[3]; 7. 94X-Kyle Hirst[13]; 8. X1-Michael Faccinto[7]; 9. 7C-Tony Gomes[15]; 10. 21X-Gauge Garcia[5]; 11. 3-Kaleb Montgomery[6]; 12. 31C-Justyn Cox[21]; 13. 98-Michael Pombo[23]; 14. 7P-Jake Andreotti[18]; 15. 38B-Blake Carrick[19]; 16. 42X-Ryan Robinson[14]; 17. 38-Colby Johnson[20]; 18. 121-Caeden Steele[11]; 19. 83SA-Isaiah Vasquez[17]; 20. 93-Stephen Ingraham[12]; 21. 9L-Luke Hayes[16]; 22. 21-Shane Hopkins[24]; 23. 5V-Landon Brooks[10]; 24. 92-Andy Forsberg[22]

B Main 12 Laps

1. 31C-Justyn Cox[5]; 2. 92-Andy Forsberg[2]; 3. 98-Michael Pombo[10]; 4. 21-Shane Hopkins[1]; 5. 3T-JJ Ringo[4]; 6. 25S-Seth Standley[11]; 7. 33H-Eric Humphries[12]; 8. 2-Alex Pettas[8]; 9. 75-Bill Smith[13]; 10. 77-Ryan Lippincott[7]; 11. 5A-Lonny Alton[14]; 12. 25-Justin Johnson[3]; 13. 34-Andy Gregg[6]

Heat 1 10 Laps

1. 17W-Shane Golobic[2]; 2. 5B-Colby Copeland[3]; 3. 4SA-Justin Sanders[4]; 4. 7C-Tony Gomes[5]; 5. 7P-Jake Andreotti[6]; 6. 21-Shane Hopkins[7]; 7. 31C-Justyn Cox[8]; 8. 5H-Willie Croft[1]; 9. 5A-Lonny Alton[9]

Heat 2 10 Laps

1. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[2]; 2. 5V-Landon Brooks[1]; 3. 94X-Kyle Hirst[3]; 4. 3-Kaleb Montgomery[4]; 5. 38B-Blake Carrick[5]; 6. 92-Andy Forsberg[7]; 7. 34-Andy Gregg[8]; 8. 25S-Seth Standley[6]; 9. 75-Bill Smith[9]

Heat 3 10 Laps

1. X1-Michael Faccinto[1]; 2. 93-Stephen Ingraham[2]; 3. 21X-Gauge Garcia[4]; 4. 9L-Luke Hayes[3]; 5. 38-Colby Johnson[5]; 6. 25-Justin Johnson[6]; 7. 2-Alex Pettas[8]; 8. 33H-Eric Humphries[7]

Heat 4 10 Laps

1. 98-Michael Pombo[5]; 2. 35-Sean Becker[3]; 3. 121-Caeden Steele[2]; 4. 42X-Ryan Robinson[6]; 5. 83T-Tanner Carrick[4]; 6. 83SA-Isaiah Vasquez[1]; 7. 3T-JJ Ringo[7]; 8. 77-Ryan Lippincott[8]

The Joe Hunt Magnetos Wingless Tour celebrated the 75th anniversary of Joe Hunt Magnetos on Sunday night. The overall event was dominated by Placerville’s own Shane Hopkins, who set fast time, won his heat race, claimed the Kiwi Pole Shuffle and the 25-lap feature event. Saturday night winner Jake Morgan closed the gap a few times late in the going, but Hopkins hit his marks lap after lap and accepted the Ron Stahl checkered flag for victory aboard the familiar Brian Sperry/ C&H Veteran Ent. No. 51 machine.

Despite Hopkins having his way out front the action behind him remained intense as various drivers attempted to knock down the thick cushion that had developed. Morgan had to settle for second at the finish to cap off a strong weekend of racing. Daniel Whitley was fun to watch in the main event and came home third, followed by the high side hustler Shawn Jones in fourth and Gilroy’s Jarrett Soares in fifth. Nick Larson, Josh Young, Dylan Newberry, Shawn Arriaga and Nick Robfogel rounded out the top-10.

Hunt Magnetos Wingless 360 Sprint Car Results - 31 Entries

A Feature 25 Laps

1. 51-Shane Hopkins[1]; 2. 7M-Jake Morgan[2]; 3. 3T-Daniel Whitley[3]; 4. 14-Shawn Jones[7]; 5. 12-Jarrett Soares[6]; 6. 24N-Nick Larson[10]; 7. 7EJ-Josh Young[5]; 8. 63-Dylan Newberry[8]; 9. 32-Shawn Arriaga[17]; 10. 3-Nick Robfogel[18]; 11. 3F-Jacob Tuttle[9]; 12. 7-Trey Walters[13]; 13. 2STX-Brent Steck[11]; 14. 1-Nathan Schank[14]; 15. 79-Mark Hanson[12]; 16. 16-Nathan Johnson[15]; 17. 17T-Grasen Ternora[19]; 18. 33-Heath Holdsclaw[20]; 19. 17-Anthony Snow[16]; 20. 66S-Zack Albers[4]

Full results from Sunday can be found at https://speedhive.mylaps.com/Events/2045243?fbclid=IwAR23IYeaGVJohySaVOWxH3McCimlOnA43gMtjRrlbn7LAQhMeDwZJo0_7U4

 

 

Joe B Miller Masterful in Lake Ozark Speedway POWRi 410 Outlaw Weekend Finale
Belleville, IL. (9/4/22) Joe B Miller would use a late-race resurgence in the Lucas Oil POWRi 410 Wing Outlaw Sprint League feature event for Night Two of Lake Ozark Speedway’s Fall Sprint and Midget Nationals to notch their first career series feature victory.

Cruising onto the track with twenty-four entries, Ayrton Gennetten would clock quick qualifying time with an 11.707-second lap time as heat racing action would witness Garet Williamson, Kyle Bellm, and Brandon Hanks each earn an early competitional victory.

Going into the initial green flag start would find high point qualifier and pole-sitter Roger Crockett battle outside front-row companion Ayrton Gennetten into the first pair of corners as Crockett would gain the early racing advantage.

Appearing to be the fastest driver on the circuit, Roger Crockett would lead the first handful of laps until suffering mechanical issues taking him from the competition with second-place contender Ayrton Gennetten inheriting the lead.

Using a late-race restart to his advantage, Joe B Miller would surge back through the field after a rough initial start to overtake for the lead around lap twenty-two. Holding the front of the field on the final restart, Miller would flex his racing might to claim the feature win.

“I thought I gave this race away on the original start but I just kept plugging away through the restarts and green flag. I knew we had something late and I can’t thank this McGary team enough for letting me race for them,” said an elated Joe B Miller in the Lake Ozark Speedway winner’s circle.

Running smooth and gaining ground late would find see Garet Williamson place runner-up as Kyle Bellm placed in the final podium placement. Riley Kreisel would use late-race momentum to finish fourth in a battle as night-one winner Kameron Key rounded out the top-five finishers for the Lucas Oil POWRi 410-Wing Outlaw Sprint League in Night Two of the Lake Ozark Speedway Fall Sprint and Midget Nationals.

Lake Ozark Speedway | POWRi 410 Wing Outlaw Sprint League | September 4:
Hoosier Racing Tire Quick Time: 3-Ayrton Gennetten(11.707)
Advanced Racing Suspension Heat Race 1 Winner: 24-Garet Williamson
Auto Meter Heat Race 2 Winner: 50K-Kyle Bellm
Schure Built Suspensions Heat Race 3 Winner: 84-Brandon Hanks
MVT Services High Point Qualifier: 11-Roger Crockett
Toyota Racing Development Hard Charger: 1JR-Steven Russell(+15)
Lucas Oil Feature Winner: 31-Joe B Miller

A Feature 1 (25 Laps): 1. 31-Joe B Miller[4]; 2. 24-Garet Williamson[5]; 3. 50K-Kyle Bellm[6]; 4. 91-Riley Kreisel[11]; 5. 21-Kameron Key[15]; 6. 21R-Gunner Ramey[7]; 7. 74-Xavier Doney[14]; 8. 00-Broc Elliott[22]; 9. 1JR-Steven Russell[24]; 10. 1-Brenham Crouch[12]; 11. 1J-Danny Jennings[20]; 12. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[2]; 13. 17B-Ryan Bickett[23]; 14. 1T-Trevin Littleton[13]; 15. 23B-Brian Bell[16]; 16. 9X-Paul Nienhiser[3]; 17. 11-Roger Crockett[1]; 18. 6M-Blake Mallory[18]; 19. 88-Brad Cookson[21]; 20. 17-Kyle Jones[9]; 21. 84-Brandon Hanks[10]; 22. 14-Jordon Mallett[17]; 23. 9JR-Derek Hagar[19]; 24. 7B-Ben Brown[8].

Advanced Racing Suspensions Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 24-Garet Williamson[1]; 2. 31-Joe B Miller[2]; 3. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[4]; 4. 1T-Trevin Littleton[5]; 5. 21-Kameron Key[6]; 6. 1-Brenham Crouch[3]; 7. 1J-Danny Jennings[7]; 8. 17B-Ryan Bickett[8].

Auto Meter Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 50K-Kyle Bellm[1]; 2. 9X-Paul Nienhiser[3]; 3. 17-Kyle Jones[2]; 4. 74-Xavier Doney[5]; 5. 14-Jordon Mallett[6]; 6. 21R-Gunner Ramey[4]; 7. 00-Broc Elliott[7]; 8. 1JR-Steven Russell[8].

Shure Built Suspensions Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 84-Brandon Hanks[1]; 2. 11-Roger Crockett[4]; 3. 91-Riley Kreisel[5]; 4. 7B-Ben Brown[3]; 5. 23B-Brian Bell[7]; 6. 6M-Blake Mallory[6]; 7. 88-Brad Cookson[8]; 8. 9JR-Derek Hagar[2].

Qualifying 1: 1. 3-Ayrton Gennetten, 00:11.707[9]; 2. 21R-Gunner Ramey, 00:11.763[5]; 3. 11-Roger Crockett, 00:11.776[10]; 4. 1-Brenham Crouch, 00:11.811[4]; 5. 9X-Paul Nienhiser, 00:11.985[17]; 6. 7B-Ben Brown, 00:11.995[14]; 7. 31-Joe B Miller, 00:12.013[13]; 8. 17-Kyle Jones, 00:12.062[19]; 9. 9JR-Derek Hagar, 00:12.078[1]; 10. 24-Garet Williamson, 00:12.164[7]; 11. 50K-Kyle Bellm, 00:12.226[21]; 12. 84-Brandon Hanks, 00:12.278[20]; 13. 1T-Trevin Littleton, 00:12.313[6]; 14. 74-Xavier Doney, 00:12.371[18]; 15. 91-Riley Kreisel, 00:12.467[23]; 16. 21-Kameron Key, 00:12.475[24]; 17. 14-Jordon Mallett, 00:12.584[8]; 18. 6M-Blake Mallory, 00:12.736[22]; 19. 1J-Danny Jennings, 00:12.738[11]; 20. 00-Broc Elliott, 00:12.749[2]; 21. 23B-Brian Bell, 00:12.773[15]; 22. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 00:12.996[16]; 23. 1JR-Steven Russell, 00:13.150[12]; 24. 88-Brad Cookson, 00:13.797[3].

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Daison Pursley Victorious at Lake Ozark Speedway with POWRi National & West Midgets

Belleville, IL. (9/4/22) Daison Pursley would put an emphatic statement on his comeback story at Lake Ozark Speedway’s Fall Sprint & Midget Nationals on Night Two to capture his seventh career victory with the Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget Leagues to wrap up a weekend holiday celebration of speed at The Lake.

Early Lake Ozark Speedway competition with the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League would see Gavan Boschele start the fastest with a 13.957-second hot-lap with Gavan Boschele and Shannon McQueen each earning heat racing wins as Chase McDermand would snag the night’s high-point award.

Setting the field of competitors would find pole-starter Chase McDermand battling front-row counterpart Gavan Boschele into the first pair of corners on the opening lap with Chase McDermand gaining the early racing advantage on the opening laps.

Holding the front of the field for the first few laps, McDermand would appear to be the fastest performer until a turn three mishap would take McDermand and the second-running Gavan Boschele from the competition.

Inheriting the lead, Brenham Crouch would hold the top spot until cutting a tire forcing him into the work area as runner-up Daison Pursley would inherit the lead after the restart.

Putting an exclamation point on the comeback story, Daison Pursley would not be denied in the twenty-five lap event with the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League to earn the feature victory.

“Nine months ago, I didn’t think I would ever race again, for this to be possible I can’t thank this team enough. Not only for keeping a ride open for me but all their help and support. This truly felt like a lifetime coming back but it means so much to me” stated an emotional and celebratory Daison Pursley in the Eldon Missouri Winner’s Ceremony.

Staying close in the entire feature, Taylor Reimer would secure a solid showing of runner-up with Brenham Crouch racing back into completing the feature's final podium placement. Brent Crews would show speed all event to finish fourth as Shannon McQueen rounded out the Lucas Oil POWRi National and West Midget League top-five finishers at Lake Ozark Speedway on Night Two of the Fall Sprint and Midget Nationals.

POWRi National & West Midget League | Lake Ozark Speedway | 9/4/22: Hoosier Racing Tire Fast Hot Lap Time: 5-Gavan Boschele (13.957) Advanced Racing Suspensions Heat Race 1 Winner: 5-Gavan Boschele Auto Meter Heat Race 2 Winner: 7-Shannon McQueen MVT Services High Point Qualifier: 40-Chase McDermand Toyota Racing Development Hard Charger: 25K-Taylor Reimer(+7) Lucas Oil Feature Winner: 71-Daison Pursley

Lucas Oil A Feature 1 (25 Laps): 1. 71-Daison Pursley[6]; 2. 25K-Taylor Reimer[9]; 3. 97-Brenham Crouch[4]; 4. 97K-Brent Crews[8]; 5. 7-Shannon McQueen[3]; 6. 7D-Michelle Decker[12]; 7. 71E-Mariah Ede[5]; 8. 28-Emilio Hoover[13]; 9. 16C-Devin Camfield[15]; 10. 57-Maria Cofer[10]; 11. 15-Branigan Roark[14]; 12. 00-Talin Turner[11]; 13. 52J-Corey Joyner[16]; 14. 40-Chase McDermand[1]; 15. 5-Gavan Boschele[2]; 16. 26-Chance Crum[7].

Advanced Racing Suspension Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 5-Gavan Boschele[3]; 2. 71E-Mariah Ede[1]; 3. 40-Chase McDermand[8]; 4. 97K-Brent Crews[5]; 5. 00-Talin Turner[4]; 6. 7D-Michelle Decker[2]; 7. 28-Emilio Hoover[6]; 8. 16C-Devin Camfield[7].

Auto Meter Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 7-Shannon McQueen[2]; 2. 71-Daison Pursley[1]; 3. 26-Chance Crum[4]; 4. 97-Brenham Crouch[7]; 5. 25K-Taylor Reimer[6]; 6. 57-Maria Cofer[8]; 7. 15-Branigan Roark[3]; 8. 52J-Corey Joyner[5].

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Dobmeier, Yeigh and Henderson Produce Wins During The Bull Haulers Brawl Presented by Folkens Bros. Trucking as Tatnell and Olivier Capture Championships at Huset's Speedway

Inside Line Promotions - BRANDON, S.D. (Sept. 4, 2022) - Mark Dobmeier, Cory Yeigh and Justin Henderson were victorious on Sunday evening during the Huset's Speedway season finale.

Dobmeier seized the $7,500-to-win Buffalo Wild Wings Northern Outlaw Sprint Association and Casey's 410 Sprint Cars presented by Big Frig main event triumph while Yeigh scored the Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks victory and Henderson garnered the Midwest Sprint Touring Series and Midwest Power Series A Main win during The Bull Haulers Brawl presented by Folkens Bros. Trucking.

Additionally, Brooke Tatnell (Casey's 410 Sprint Cars presented by Big Frig) and Zach Olivier (Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks) were crowned Huset's Speedway track champions.

The Buffalo Wild Wings Northern Outlaw Sprint Association and Casey's 410 Sprint Cars presented by Big Frig 30-lap feature event was a fierce one as Austin McCarl led for the first 23 laps through moments of thick traffic and close calls on the cushion.

As McCarl was in traffic on Lap 24, runner-up Aaron Reutzel made a slide job attempt in turns three and four. Heading into turn three while running three wide, Reutzel slid in front of a lapped car before his right rear tire made contact with McCarl's left rear tire in turn four. The impact spun McCarl around to bring out the caution and it flattened Reutzel's left rear tire, forcing him to the pit area for a new tire.

Dobmeier, who started the feature 10th and had climbed to third, inherited the lead and pulled away to win by 1.568 seconds as Justin Henderson and Tatnell duked it out for not only the runner-up position, but the track championship. While Henderson outlasted Tatnell for second place, Tatnell became the first Australian born champion in Huset's Speedway history by narrowly edging Henderson in the championship standings by a mere three points.

Jack Dover rallied from 13th to fourth and Kaleb Johnson rounded out the top five.

McCarl set quick time during qualifying to kick off the night before Henderson, Ian Madsen and Carson McCarl posted heat race victories.

Yeigh advanced from the eighth starting position to take the lead on Lap 12 and he overcame an incident on the final scheduled lap to record his second Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks triumph of the season.

Spenser Kalass held onto the top spot throughout the first 11 laps before Yeigh drove into the lead by riding the high side around the track. The fourth-and-final caution of the race occurred on the scheduled final lap when Mike Chaney made contact with Yeigh entering the bottom of turn three. Both drivers spun and Yeigh reclaimed the position after Chaney was sent to the rear for causing the incident.

Yeigh hit his marks following the green-white-checkered restart for the victory by 0.403 seconds. Tim Dann was second with Olivier rounding out the podium from the 12th starting spot. Eric Moser posted a fourth-place result and Kalass placed fifth.

Colby Klaassen, Olivier and Chaney each earned a heat race win.

Henderson led all 25 laps of the 360ci winged sprint car main event to sweep the weekend at Huset's Speedway for the Midwest Sprint Touring Series and Midwest Power Series action.

A red on Lap 18 and a caution one lap after the restart were the only stoppages throughout the feature, which was won by 0.727 seconds.

Matt Juhl finished second with Riley Goodno placing third from the 10th starting position. Brooke Tatnell advanced from 14 th to fourth and Dover hustled from 22nd to fifth.

Brandon Halverson, Henderson, Micah Slendy and Christopher Thram were the heat race winners and Clint Garner won the B Main.

THE BULL HAULERS BRAWL PRESENTED BY FOLKENS BROS. TRUCKING RACE RESULTS AT HUSET'S SPEEDWAY (Sept. 4, 2022) -

Buffalo Wild Wings Northern Outlaw Sprint Association/Casey's 410 Sprint Cars presented by Big Frig

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 13-Mark Dobmeier (10); 2. 7-Justin Henderson (3); 3. 16-Brooke Tatnell (5); 4. 81-Jack Dover (13); 5. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (7); 6. 2KS-Ian Madsen (11); 7. 14T-Tim Estenson (9); 8. 22-Riley Goodno (12); 9. 09-Matt Juhl (14); 10. 8H-Jade Hastings (20); 11. 9N-Wade Nygaard (16); 12. 17-Lee Goos Jr (8); 13. 4-Cody Hansen (21); 14. 3P-Sawyer Phillips (18); 15. 8-Aaron Reutzel (6); 16. 10J-Justin Jacobsma (23); 17. 7W-Dustin Selvage (15); 18. 51A-Elliot Amdahl (22); 19. 86-Brandon Halverson (25); 20. 101-Chuck McGillivray (24); 21. (DNF) 88-Austin McCarl (2); 22. (DNF) 11M-Brendan Mullen (1); 23. (DNF) 27-Carson McCarl (4); 24. (DNF) 14-Jody Rosenboom (19); 25. (DNF) 35-Skylar Prochaska (17).

Fatheadz Eyewear Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 7-Justin Henderson (1); 2. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (2); 3. 88-Austin McCarl (4); 4. 17-Lee Goos Jr (3); 5. 7W-Dustin Selvage (7); 6. 4-Cody Hansen (8); 7. 35-Skylar Prochaska (6); 8. 86-Brandon Halverson (9); 9. (DNF) 8H-Jade Hastings (5).

KND Safety Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 2KS-Ian Madsen (1); 2. 8-Aaron Reutzel (4); 3. 13-Mark Dobmeier (2); 4. 16-Brooke Tatnell (3); 5. 81-Jack Dover (5); 6. 9N-Wade Nygaard (6); 7. 51A-Elliot Amdahl (7); 8. 10J-Justin Jacobsma (8).

Smith TI Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. 27-Carson McCarl (2); 2. 11M-Brendan Mullen (4); 3. 22-Riley Goodno (1); 4. 14T-Tim Estenson (3); 5. 09-Matt Juhl (5); 6. 14-Jody Rosenboom (7); 7. 3P-Sawyer Phillips (6); 8. 101-Chuck McGillivray (8).

Nordica Warehouses Qualifying (2 Laps): 1. 88-Austin McCarl, 00:11.031 (6); 2. 8-Aaron Reutzel, 00:11.071 (13); 3. 11M-Brendan Mullen, 00:11.216 (22); 4. 17-Lee Goos Jr, 00:11.221 (17); 5. 16-Brooke Tatnell, 00:11.234 (18); 6. 14T-Tim Estenson, 00:11.281 (9); 7. 22K-Kaleb Johnson, 00:11.338 (8); 8. 13-Mark Dobmeier, 00:11.345 (23); 9. 27-Carson McCarl, 00:11.345 (15); 10. 7-Justin Henderson, 00:11.347 (3); 11. 2KS-Ian Madsen, 00:11.403 (21); 12. 22-Riley Goodno, 00:11.422 (11); 13. 8H-Jade Hastings, 00:11.480 (12); 14. 81-Jack Dover, 00:11.486 (25); 15. 09-Matt Juhl, 00:11.497 (5); 16. 35-Skylar Prochaska, 00:11.514 (4); 17. 9N-Wade Nygaard, 00:11.586 (24); 18. 3P-Sawyer Phillips, 00:11.605 (20); 19. 7W-Dustin Selvage, 00:11.619 (2); 20. 51A-Elliot Amdahl, 00:11.690 (7); 21. 14-Jody Rosenboom, 00:11.720 (19); 22. 4-Cody Hansen, 00:11.821 (16); 23. 10J-Justin Jacobsma, 00:11.883 (10); 24. 101-Chuck McGillivray, 00:11.956 (1); 25. 86-Brandon Halverson, 00:12.309 (14).

Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks

A Feature (18 Laps): 1. 64-Cory Yeigh (8); 2. 40-Tim Dann (7); 3. 71-Zach Olivier (12); 4. 1M-Eric Moser (6); 5. 20K-Spenser Kalass (1); 6. 65J-Jeff Wittrock (3); 7. 3-Matt Steuerwald (10); 8. 29Z-JJ Zebell (9); 9. 34K-Colby Klaassen (11); 10. 54-Dustin Gulbrandson (14); 11. 83-Nick Janssen (13); 12. 14J-Jayke Glanzer (16); 13. 33-Garet Deboer (17); 14. 12-Mike Chaney (5); 15. 18-Ivan Olivier (4); 16. (DNF) 71X-Shaun Taylor (15); 17. (DNF) 55-John Hoing (18); 18. (DQ) 1X-Aaron Foote (2).

Fastenal Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 34K-Colby Klaassen (6); 2. 40-Tim Dann (4); 3. 29Z-JJ Zebell (5); 4. 65J-Jeff Wittrock (2); 5. 83-Nick Janssen (1); 6. (DNF) 55-John Hoing (3).

Midwest Oil / VP Fuels Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 71-Zach Olivier (6); 2. 18-Ivan Olivier (2); 3. 3-Matt Steuerwald (5); 4. 20K-Spenser Kalass (1); 5. 54-Dustin Gulbrandson (4); 6. 14J-Jayke Glanzer (3).

Midwest Oil / VP Fuels Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 12-Mike Chaney (2); 2. 64-Cory Yeigh (4); 3. 1X-Aaron Foote (1); 4. 1M-Eric Moser (3); 5. 71X-Shaun Taylor (5); 6. 33-Garet Deboer (6).

Midwest Sprint Touring Series/Midwest Power Series 360 Sprint Cars

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 83-Justin Henderson (2); 2. 09-Matt Juhl (4); 3. 22X-Riley Goodno (10); 4. 14T-Brooke Tatnell (13); 5. 53-Jack Dover (22); 6. 24T-Christopher Thram (7); 7. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (3); 8. 33-James Broty (11); 9. 4-Cody Hansen (23); 10. 24N-Nathan Mills (9); 11. 10-Lincoln Drewis (1); 12. 5J-Javen Ostermann (17); 13. 8-Micah Slendy (6); 14. 22W-Aaron Werner (21); 15. 5F-Brady Forbrook (19); 16. 0-Alex Schriever (24); 17. 12-Troy Schreurs (16); 18. 83H-Sam Henderson (18); 19. (DNF) 105-Cody Ihlen (5); 20. (DNF) 40-Clint Garner (20); 21. (DNF) 22-Ryan Leavitt (14); 22. (DNF) 8H-Jacob Hughes (12); 23. (DNF) 2-Chase Porter (15); 24. (DNF) 13MJ-Brandon Halverson (8).

B Feature (12 Laps): 1. 40-Clint Garner (2); 2. 22W-Aaron Werner (1); 3. 53-Jack Dover (4); 4. 4-Cody Hansen (6); 5. 0-Alex Schriever (5); 6. 33B-Scott Broty (11); 7. 18D-Dalton Domagala (8); 8. 16-Bobby Rawson (10); 9. (DNF) 20-Brant O'Banion (9); 10. (DNF) 5W-Bill Wiese (7); 11. (DNF) 5-Eric Lutz (3); 12. (DNS) 18-Tyler Rabenberg.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 13MJ-Brandon Halverson (1); 2. 33-James Broty (2); 3. 22-Ryan Leavitt (3); 4. 09-Matt Juhl (8); 5. 83H-Sam Henderson (4); 6. 22W-Aaron Werner (7); 7. 0-Alex Schriever (6); 8. 5W-Bill Wiese (5).

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 83-Justin Henderson (1); 2. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (5); 3. 12-Troy Schreurs (2); 4. 5J-Javen Ostermann (3); 5. 14T-Brooke Tatnell (8); 6. 40-Clint Garner (6); 7. 53-Jack Dover (7); 8. 18D-Dalton Domagala (4).

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 8-Micah Slendy (2); 2. 10-Lincoln Drewis (3); 3. 24N-Nathan Mills (5); 4. 105-Cody Ihlen (8); 5. (DNF) 20-Brant O'Banion (7); 6. (DNF) 16-Bobby Rawson (1); 7. (DNF) 33B-Scott Broty (4); 8. (DNF) 18-Tyler Rabenberg (6).

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 24T-Christopher Thram (1); 2. 8H-Jacob Hughes (2); 3. 2-Chase Porter (3); 4. 22X-Riley Goodno (7); 5. 5F-Brady Forbrook (4); 6. 5-Eric Lutz (5); 7. 4-Cody Hansen (6).

2022 HUSET'S SPEEDWAY WEEKLY DIVISION FEATURE WINNERS -

Casey's 410 Sprint Cars presented by Big Frig:

Mark Dobmeier - 2 (July 17 and Sept. 4); Brooke Tatnell - 2 (June 12 and July 24); Ryan Timms - 2 (May 29 and June 19); Corey Day - 1 (Aug. 28);Lynton Jeffrey - 1 (May 15);Parker Price-Miller - 1 (May 8);Aaron Reutzel - 1 (Sept. 3); and Giovanni Scelzi - 1 (May 22)

Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series :

Brandon Bosma - 3 (May 8, June 19 and July 24); Dusty Ballenger - 2 (July 17 and Aug. 28); Jack Berger - 1 (July 8);Lee Goos Jr. - 1 (May 22);Sam Henderson - 1 (June 12); and Trevor Serbus - 1 (May 15)

Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks:

Matt Steuerwald - 3 (May 8, June 23 and Aug. 28); Eric Moser - 2 (June 24 and July 17); Zach Olivier - 2 (May 22 and June 19); Cory Yeigh - 2 (May 15 and Sept. 4); Colby Klaassen - 1 (June 12); and Shaun Taylor - 1 (July 24)

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Cochran and Stroup Earn Race Victories

Mill Hall, PA – Tylor Cochran of Williamsport won his second RaceSaver Sprint Car feature of the season. AJ Stroup of Middleburg won his third feature of season, claiming the summer championship event presented by BAM’s Mobile Electronic. Brayden Kuhn of Greencastle won the 270 Micros, Johnny Smith of Scranton won the 600 Micros and Larry Beachel of New Columbia won the 4 Cylinders.

Tyler Cochran and Josh Fox started on the front row for the 25 lap RaceSaver Sprint Car feature event. On the first lap, Johnny Smith and Matt Kline tangled in turn two on the initial start. On the restart Fox, jumped into the lead with Cochran, Timmy Bittner, and Ryan Kissinger running in the top four.

Fox led by several car lengths by the completion of lap number ten. On lap number eleven, Kissinger and Bittner were in a contested battle for the third position, as the leaders caught the rear of the field Fox worked his way through lapped traffic with Cochran on his rear bumper. On lap number 14, Cochran made a pass for the lead, as Bittner also passed Fox for second place.

With five laps remaining, Cochran led Bittner Jeffrey Weaver, Ryan Kissinger and Mike Kohler. The top five continued to race their way through lapped traffic to the checkered flag. It was the second win of the year for Cochran. Bittner finished second, followed by Weaver, Kissinger and Kohler. Sixth through tenth were Matt Tebbs, Dale Schweikart, Fox, Logan Jones and Mike Alleman. Heat races were won by Tebbs, Owen Dimm, and Johnny Smith.

AJ Stroup and Brad Mitch brought the field of twenty pro-stocks to the green flag. Stroup took the lead with Mitch, AJ Hoffman , Robert Tressler, Cory Long in the top five. On lap number five, Mitch’s car spun to slow the field. Stroup held off AJ Hoffman for the restart. At the halfway point, ninth place starter Brandon Moser moved into second and began to chase down Stroup. With five laps to go, Stroup lead Moser Hoffman and Johnny Bouse. Stroup held off the challenges to lead every lap over Moser, Hoffman, Bouse and AY Schilling. Sixth through tenth were Tommy Dawson, Brad Mitch, Noah Jensen, Robert Tressler, and Noah Kissinger. Heats were won by Stroup, Mitch, and Bouse.

Greencastle’s Brayden Kuhn started on the pole for the 270 Micro feature. The event's only caution came out on lap number two for Steven Fernburg Jr. Kuhn executed a flawless restart with Jeffrey Weaver running in second followed by Cory Stabley, Timmy Bittner and Mac Wert. On lap number 6, Stabley pulled his car into the infield, as Kuhn continued to pace the field. By lap ten, Kuhn and Weaver came upon lapped traffic. Kuhn held off Weaver to record his first career feature event. Third through fifth were Timmy Bittner, Mac Wert and John Roberts. Sixth through tenth were Luke Hess, Logan Hammaker, Tom Quiggle, Mathew Dixson and Stabley. Heats were won by Stabley and Kuhn.

Mikey Smith and Jeffrey Weaver started on the front row of the 600 Micro Sprint feature event. Smith led the first lap, before his brother Johnny Smith advanced from the fourth starting spot to take the lead. The caution came out on lap number four Weaver who stopped in turn four. The Smith brothers continued to battle for first and second, while Trevor Teats and Derek Swartz battled for third and fourth. On lap number 7 Teats and Swartz tangled, forcing Teats to go to the pit area. On the final lap, Swartz passed Mikey Smith. Johnny Smith earned the win over Swartz, Mikey Smith, Timmy Bittner and Prestyn Brown. Sixth through tenth were Dakota Shaeffer, Mitchell Holden, Chase Rousey, Trevor Teats and Mason Peters. Heats were won by Bittner and Johnny Smith.

Larry Beachel started on the outside of the front row. Beachel would lead every lap to claim the victory. Andrew Ricketts who started fourth, ran in the second spot for the first five laps. Shawn Stahl, who started eighth worked his way up through the field and took over second place by the halfway point of the race. Beachel cruised to the checkered flag with Stahl finishing second over Joey Snook, Anthony Potter, Matt Cochran, Coty Maines , Adam Harris, Jimmy Delozier and Kyle Strouse. Heats were won by Potter and Beachel.

This coming Friday, September 9th, the Stroud Family will present the Lenny Stroud Jr. Memorial for the Limited Late Models. Also on the card will be the Pro Stocks, 270 Micros and the Four Cylinders. Gates will open at 5PM and Hot laps begin at 7PM.

For the latest speedway information, visit the speedway website at clintoncountyspeedway.com or follow the speedway's social media channels on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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SPRINTS: 1. Tylor Cochran 2. Timmy Bittner 3. Jeffrey Weaver 4. Ryan Kissinger 5. Mike Kohler 6. Matt Tebbs 7. Dale Schweikart 8. Josh Fox 9. Logan Jones 10. Mike Alleman 11. Cody Hauck 12. Dustin Prettyleaf 13. Ryan Lynn 14. Reed Thompson 15. Levi Brungard 16. Wyatt Walizer 17. Nathan Pierce 18. Dakota Schweikart 19. Kyle Knopp 20. Josh Beamer 21. Owen Dimm 22. Matt Kline 23. Johnny Smith 23. DJ Cassler DNS James Bilger

PRO STOCKS: 1. AJ Stroup 2. Brandon Moser 3. AJ Hoffman 4. Johnny Bouse 5. AY Schilling 6. Tommy Dawson 7. Brad Mitch 8. Noah Jensen 9. Robert Tressler 10. Noah Kissinger 11. Kris Orwig Sr 12. Rich Fye 13. Sam Jensen 14. Todd Geyer 15. Kurt Way 16. Cory Long 17. Marc Bitler 18. Austin Hulsizer 19. Logan Hile 20. Mike Gray

270 MICROS: 1. Brayden Kuhn 2. Jeffrey Weaver 3. Timmy Bittner 4. Mac Wert 5. John Roberts 6. Luke Hess 7. Logan Hammaker 8. Tom Quiggle 9. Mathew Dixson 10. Corey Stabley 11. Steven Fernburg Jr. 12. Matt Dixon DNS Hunter Zimmerman, Evan Dickey

600 MICROS: 1. Johnny Smith 2. Derek Swartz 3. Mikey Smith 4. Timmy Bittner 5. Prestyn Brown 6. Dakota Sheaffer 7. Mitchell Holden 8. Chase Rousey 9. Trevor Teats 10. Mason Peters 11. Jeffrey Weaver DNS Corey Bowmaster, Frank Gentile

4 CYLINDERS: 1. Larry Beachel Jr. 2. Shawn Stahl 3. Joey Snook 4. Anthony Potter 5. Matt Cochran 6. Coty Maines 7. Adam Harris 8. Nick Snook 9. Jimmy Delozier 10. Kyle Strouse 11. Summer Beachel 12 Michael Barrett 13. Bryun Hackenberg 14. Andrew Ricketts 15. Troy Bennett 16. Tyler Stahl 17. Brian Haagen 18. Hunter Flook DNS Matt Weaver, Dillan Hoover.

 

 

Thiel, McMullen stand tall in Sprint Car Fair Night main events at Plymouth Dirt Track

(PEDAL DOWN PROMOTIONS) September 3, 2022 –On an unseasonably cool early September evening, two of the hottest drivers in their respective Sprint Car racing disciplines continued to excel at a fever pitch, during an all-Sprint Car event at The Plymouth Dirt Track at the Sheboygan County Fairgrounds in Plymouth, Wis. held during the 2022 Sheboygan County Fair on Saturday, Sept. 3.

In the Bumper to Bumper Interstate Racing Association 410 Sprint Car Series main event, Scotty Thiel of Sheboygan racked up his series-leading fourth main event victory of the 2022 IRA season in the 30-lap headliner.

Two-time Plymouth Dirt Track Racing 360 Sprint Car champion Brandon McMullen of Oshkosh recorded his fourth straight Akright Auto Midwest Sprint Car Association A-main victory in the 25-lap Kristine Hartmann Pleasant View Realty PDTR 360 Sprint Car main event.

Polesitter Kyle Schuett of Philo, Ill., who won the most recent IRA A main at The Plymouth Dirt Track on July 30, jumped into the lead in turn one of the opening lap before Scotty Thiel, who started second, pulled off a slide job to seize the top spot in turn four on the opening lap.

On lap 2, fourth starter Zach Hampton of Mooresville, Ind., who was making his debut appearance at The Plymouth Dirt Track, ducked low to briefly challenge Thiel for the top spot.

However, Thiel fended off Hampton’s challenge and pulled away to build up a sizable lead as the leaders began to catch the rear of the field on lap 6. One lap later, the red flag was displayed when IRA point leader and top rookie of the year contender Jake Neuman of New Berlin, Ill., flipped his machine in turn two.

Two laps later, another caution flag appeared when Kris Spitz of Salem stopped in turn two after losing his right rear tire. When the race resumed, Thiel pulled away from Hampton as the leaders began to work their way through lapped traffic on lap 14.

By lap 20, Thiel had built up a full-straightaway lead over Hampton on the lightning-fast, yet slide-job-receptive track surface. Three laps later, a caution flag appeared when Travis Arenz of Sheboygan Falls spun in turn two.

On the restart, Hampton took a shot at the lead as he executed a slide job in turn two to surge ahead before Thiel battled back to regain the top spot in turn three. One lap later, the red flag came out when Austin Hartmann of Plymouth flipped into the turn one catch fence, following contact with Schuett along the front stretch on lap 24.

Over the final six laps, the Thiel-Hampton duel escalated substantially, as Hampton ripped off a slide job in turn two on lap 25 to vault his away into the lead before Thiel came back to return the slide-job favor in turn four to maintain the top spot.

Undaunted, Hampton battled back to surge ahead in turn two and assume the lead on lap 26. However, Thiel unreeled yet another slide job to pull off what proved to be the winning move in turn two on lap 27. Meanwhile, third starter Steve Meyer of Sheboygan Falls came to life along the low groove to move past Hampton and into the runner-up spot on lap 28.

Thiel held off Meyer’s late charge over the final two laps to secure his fourth A-main victory of the 2022 IRA campaign, first IRA main event triumph at The Plymouth Dirt Track since the 2018 season and 23rd career IRA A-main win.

“It’s great to get a win here tonight,” Thiel said in victory lane. “I have to thank the crew for everything they do. Everyone on his team really does a great job to help put us in the position to win these races.

“During the last couple of restarts, I didn’t know what to do or the right way to go to keep the 35 car [Zach Hampton] behind me,” he said. “On the last restart, I decided to just let him go and see where he went and then adjust to what he did. That’s how it played out and luckily everything worked out in our favor over the final few laps.”

Meyer posted a strong second-place finish, Hampton finished third in his third career IRA appearance, seventh starter Jordan Goldesberry of Springfield, Ill. finished fourth and two-time IRA champion Scotty Neitzel of Beaver Dam placed fifth after starting sixth.

In the 25-lap Kristine Hartmann Pleasant View Realty PDTR 360 Sprint Car main event, outside front row starter Brandon McMullen outpowered polesitter Tyler Davis of Franklin to surge into the lead along the backstretch on the opening lap. On lap 2, 2011 PDTR 360 Sprint Car champion Ben Schmidt of Plymouth, who started third, worked his way around Davis to take second.

Two laps later, defending PDTR 360 Sprint Car champion and current point leader Travis Arenz, who started fourth, moved his way into third along the high groove.

The lone caution flag of the race appeared on lap 13 when 2018 PDTR 360 Sprint Car champion Justin Miller of Plymouth stopped in turn two and Tyler Brabant of Waupun stalled in turn four.

When the race resumed, Arenz worked the high line to power past Schmidt and secure second in the running order. However, Arenz was unable to track down McMullen, who pulled away to build up a full straightaway lead by lap 20 en route to his third straight PDTR 360 Sprint CarA-main victory at The Plymouth Dirt Trackand fourth consecutive overall main event triumph in his last four Akright Auto Midwest Sprint Car Association starts.

The win was also McMullen’s all-time division-leading 27th career PDTR 360 Sprint Car A-main triumph and 38th career Akright Auto Midwest Sprint Car Association main event victory.

“The car has really been working well over the past few weeks,” McMullen said. “Tonight, we were able run the top, bottom and even the middleat times. Having a car that handles that well in all parts of the track is a testament to the crew. For most of the season, we haven’t been as fast as we wanted to be, but we’ve hit on something lately and the results have shown it.”

Arenz finished second, Schmidt placed third, Davis wound up fourth and 2008 PDTR 360 Sprint Car champion Lance Fassbender of Burnett finished fifth after starting fifth.

Arenz heads into the final event of the 2022 PDTR 360 Sprint Car season on Saturday, Sept. 24 with a commanding 73-point lead over Ben Schmidt at the top of the standings, as he looks to secure his second straight PDTR 360 Sprint Car crown.

Arenz also leads Schmidt by 17 points with two races remaining in the 2022 Midwest Sprint Car Association season.

Travis Arenzearned PDTR 360 Sprint Car overall fast qualifier honors with a lap of12.701 seconds.

IRA rookie Austin Hartmann of Plymouth collected his first-career IRA fast qualifier award by topping the 31-car field with a lap of 11.461 seconds.

Jereme Schroeder of Lake Villa, Ill. won the 12-lap IRA B main.

The 12th full PDTR racing program of the 2022 season, which was sponsored by JDL Automotive & Detailing, drew55 Sprint Cars, including 31 IRA 410 Sprint Cars and 24 PDTR 360 Sprint Cars.

The 2022 PDTR season will conclude on Saturday, Sept. 24 with the Wisconsin Sprint Car Championships, featuring the final points race of the PDTR and Akright Auto Midwest Sprint Car Association 360 Sprint Car season, as well as the 2022 curtain closer for Bumper to Bumper IRA 410 Sprint Cars, Wisconsin wingLESS Sprint Cars and IRA Lightning Sprints.

The new book “Racing Recollections – Plymouth Racetrack Fans & Drivers 1950-2021” by Dennis Darovich of Sheboygan, George Baumann of Waupun and Verla Peichl of Sheboygan Falls will be available for purchase at every race during the 2022 PDTR season, as well as at the Sheboygan County Fair office during regular business hours and online at www.amazon.com and www.barnesandnoble.com.

The Plymouth Dirt Track at the Sheboygan County Fairgrounds is located at 229 Fairview Drive in Plymouth, Wis. For more information, visit www.plymouthdtr.com or check out Plymouth Dirt Track Racing on Facebook.

BUMPER TO BUMPER INTERSTATE RACING ASSOCIATION 410 SP11RINT CARS

QUALIFYING 1, Austin Hartmann 11.461 2, Jake Blackhurst 11.494 3, Zach Hampton 11.596 4, Jordan Goldesberry 11.598 5, Kyle Schuett 11.648 6, Travis Arenz 11.683 7, Scotty Thiel 11.746 8, Danny Schlafer 11.752 9, Scotty Neitzel 11.799 10, Blake Nimee 11.806 11, Tyler Tischendorf 11.819 12, Steve Meyer 11.832 13, Preston Ruh 11.836 14, Scott Biertzer 11.837 15, Chris Martin 11.837 16, Dave Uttech 11.873 17, Ryan Bunton 11.895 18, Jake Neuman 11.895 19, Jack Vanderboom 11.922 20, Jereme Schroeder 12.059 21, Todd Daun 12.069 22, Kris Spitz 12.091 23, Hunter Custer 12.114 24, Jeremy Schultz 12.125 25, Scott Conger 12.194 26, Russel Borland 12.331 27, Alan Gilbertson 12.435 28, Ion Stear 12.445 29, Jason Johnson 12.746 30, Jett Mann 13.225 31, Zach Hansen 13.281.

HEAT 1 1, Scotty Neitzel 2, Preston Ruh 3, Kyle Schuett 4, Ryan Bunton 5, Austin Hartmann 6, Todd Daun 7, Scott Conger 8, Jason Johnson.

HEAT 2 1, Blake Nimee 2, Travis Arenz 3, Jake Blackhurst 4, Jake Neuman 5, Kris Spitz 6, Russel Borland 7, Jett Mann 8, Scott Biertzer.

HEAT 3 1, Scotty Thiel 2, Tyler Tischendorf 3, Zach Hampton 4, Chris Martin 5, Hunter Custer 6, Jack Vanderboom 7, Alan Gilbertson 8, Zach Hansen.

DASH 1 1, Kyle Schuett 2, Steve Meyer 3, Austin Hartmann 4, Jordan Goldesberry 5, Blake Nimee.

DASH 2 1, Scotty Thiel 2, Zach Hampton 3, Scotty Neitzel 4, Jake Blackhurst 5, Travis Arenz.

B MAIN 1, Jereme Schroeder 2, Todd Daun 3, Jack Vanderboom 4, Russel Borland 5, Ion Stear 6, Jett Mann 7, Zach Hansen 8, Jason Johnson 9, Scott Conger 10, Alan Gilbertson 11, Scott Biertzer.

A MAIN 1, Scotty Thiel 2, Steve Meyer 3, Zach Hampton 4, Jordan Goldesberry 5, Scotty Neitzel 6, Jake Blackhurst 7, Kyle Schuett 8, Tyler Tischendorf 9, Preston Ruh 10, Travis Arenz 11, Ryan Bunton 12, Chris Martin 13, Russel Borland 14, Jeremy Schultz 15, Danny Schlafer 16, Dave Uttech 17, Blake Nimee 18, Jeremy Schroeder 19, Jack Vanderboom 20, Hunter Custer 21, Todd Daun 22, Austin Hartmann 23, Kris Spitz 24, Jake Neuman.

KRISTINE HARTMANN PLEASANT VIEW REALTY 360 SPRINT CARS

QUALIFYING 1, Travis Arenz 12.701 2, Brandon Berth 12.964 3, Lance Fassbender 12.977 4, Brandon McMullen 12.986 5, Tony Wondra 13.000 6, Bill Taylor 13.017 7, Ben Schmidt 13.149 8, Tyler Davis 13.173 9, Anthony Knierim 13.175 10, Justin Miller 13.177 11, Blake Wondra 13.201 12, Kurt Davis 13.204 13, Chris Larson 13.226, 14, Justin Erickson 13.233 15, Tyler Brabant 13.285 16, Dylan Winkel 13.295 17, Alex Pokorski 13.411 18, Chris Clayton 13.458 19, Doug Wondra 13.465 20, Katelyn Krebsbach 13.474 21, Kevin Seidler 13.520 22, Randy Post 13.525 23, Tim Haddy 13.545 24, J.J. Pagel 13.620.

HEAT 1 1, Tyler Davis 2, Lance Fassbender 3, Bill Taylor 4, Kurt Davis 5, Brandon Berth 6, Dylan Winkel 7, Chris Clayton 8, Kevin Seidler.

HEAT 2 1, Ben Schmidt 2, Brandon McMullen 3, Justin Miller 4, Anthony Knierim 5, Chris Larson 6, Alex Pokorski 7, Doug Wondra 8, Katelyn Krebsbach.

HEAT 3 1, Travis Arenz 2, Justin Erickson 3, Tony Wondra 4, Blake Wondra 5, Tyler Brabant 6, J.J. Pagel 7, Randy Post 9, Tim Haddy (DNS).

A MAIN 1,Brandon McMullen 2, Travis Arenz 3, Ben Schmidt 4, Tyler Davis 5, Lance Fassbender 6, Bill Taylor 7, Kurt Davis 8, Tony Wondra 9, Justin Erickson 10, Anthony Knierim 11, Chris Larson 12, Brandon Berth 13, Blake Wondra 14, Katelyn Krebsbach 15, Chris Clayton 16, Justin Miller 17, Alex Pokorski 18, Dylan Winkel 19, Randy Post 20, Kevin Seidler 21, Doug Wondra 22, Tyler Brabant 23, J.J. Pagel 24, Tim Haddy.

 

 

Empire Super Sprints

Brewerton, N.Y. -

Danny Varin continued his hot streak at Brewerton Speedway on Friday night as the Fonda, New York pilot collected his seventh Empire Super Sprints win of the 2022 campaign. Varin ducked under current point leader Jordan Poirier midway through the A Main and handled a couple of late race restarts enroute to the $2,000 payday.

" This is unbelievable, I really don't know what to say " added Varin just before he climbed up the top wing to celebrate in front of a packed house at the D Shaped Dirt Demon. Varin was humble in victory lane, giving credit to his crew, family, friends and sponsors, " I can't thank everyone who supports us enough ".

With a season high 34 cars in the Brewerton pit area, it took four heats to set the 26 car field that would take the green flag for the 25 lap A Main. Current point leader Jordan Poirier and Matt Farnham led the field to green with Poirier grabbing the lead until lap two when Sammy Reakes IV, Shawn Donath and Paulie Colagiovanni got together in turn two resulting with Reakes rolling the 17 and was done for the night. Both Donath and Colagiovanni were able to continue. On the ensuing restart, Poirier took command and began distancing himself from the pack. As Poirier was reaching lapped traffic, Varin ( started sixth ) was slowly reeling Poirier in with Larry Wight ( started 11th ) and Davie Franek ( started eighth ) not far behind. On lap 12, Varin got the bite he needed low off of turn two to power by the Poirier machine. Two laps later, Poirier made contact with a lapped car and came to a stop in between turns one and two, ending his night. The lap 14 restart saw Varin leading Franek, Chuck Hebing, Wight and Jonathan Preston into turn one and it stayed that way until a lap 16 caution bunched the field up again. Chad Miller, Paulie Colagiovanni and Dylan Swiernik came together in turn four ending the night for all three drivers. Larry Wight was able to get by Hebing for third on the restart and set sights on the 01 machine of Varin. The final caution of the night was for Hebing as he came to a stop in turn two which bunched the field and put Franek and Wight on Varin's tail tank for the last seven laps. Wight snuck under Franek on lap 20 to move into second but Varin had moved out to a 10 car advantage by then leaving Wight little to close the gap. Varin cruised to a 5 car length win with Wight and Franek completing the podium. Tommy Wickham ( from 17th ) and Shawn Donath ( early race incident ) rounded out the top five with Jeff Cook, Jonathan Preston, Matt Billings, Jason Barney ( from 25th ) and Scott Kreutter completing the top ten.

Group Fast times were set by Varin, Donath, Reakes and Poirier. Heats were won by Franek, Farnham, Reakes and Poirier. Dylan Swiernik won the Dash and Chad Miller took the B Main.

Next three LUCAS OIL EMPIRE SUPER SPRINTS tour dates: Saturday, September 3rd at Fulton Speedway Saturday, September 10th at Weedsport Speedway Friday, September 16th at Land of Legends Speedway

LUCAS OIL EMPIRE SUPER SPRINTS A MAIN RESULTS FROM BREWERTON SPEEDWAY 9/2//2022: DANNY VARIN, Larry Wight, Davie Franek, Tommy Wickham, Shawn Donath, Jeff Cook, Jonathan Preston, Matt Billings, Jason Barney, Scott Kreutter, Joe Trenca, Denny Peebles, Reese Nowotarski, Billy VanInwegen, Matt Tanner, Chris Jones, Scott Holcomb, Matt Farnham, Chuck Hebing, Dylan Swiernik, Paulie Colagiovanni, Chad Miller, Kelly Hebing, Keith Granholm, Jordan Poirier, Sammy Reakes IV

Awards and Contingencies: Pinnacle Pole Award : Poirier, $25 Halfway Leader : Varin, $50 Hard Charger Award : Barney, $50 Pinnacle Investments Last Car Running : Holcomb, $50 Pinnacle Investments 11th Place Finish: Trenca, $25 in fuel Highest Finishing ESS Rookie : Nowotarski, $25 First Non-Qualifier: Parker Evans, $65 First Non-Feature Winner : Kreutter, $65 Rifenburg Contracting Fast Time Award : Varin, Donath, Reakes, Poirier, $25 each E & V Energy Heat Race Award : Franek, Farnham, Reakes, Poirier, $25 each Ashley Lynn Winery Podium : Varin, Wight, Franek, bottle of wine Hoosier Tire: Donath

 

 

GOSSELIN GETS FIRST KNIGHTS OF THUNDER WIN, TAKES NIGHT ONE OF BRIGHTON’S LABOUR DAY CLASSIC

By Tommy Goudge

BRIGHTON, Ont. (September 3, 2022) – Dale Gosselin became a first-time winner with the Pinty’s Knights of Thunder 360 Sprint Car Series on Saturday night at Brighton Speedway. The Quebec driver led a majority of the 25 lap A-Main, but needed a late comeback to secure the win after Josh Hansen slipped past.

Gosselin and Tyler Rand started on the front row for the A-Main, but Hansen quickly moved up to challenge Gosselin. The two raced side-by-side early in the race until Gosselin began to pull away using the outside groove. Hansen patiently ran the low groove and kept the leader in sight, and started to close in again when Gosselin made contact with the front stretch wall. Gosselin was able to keep going, but his lead was then completely erased when Aaron Turkey slid off the track in turn three and brought out the yellow flag with six laps to go.

Hansen took full advantage of the opportunity, getting a great restart and sailing into the lead. Gosselin would not be denied though, and powered back into the lead as the white flag flew. Hansen tried one last-ditch slide job attempt in turn four, but could not complete the move. Gosselin took the win, followed by Hansen, Rand, Nick Sheridan, and row seven starter Ryan Turner.

The Knights of Thunder series will next be in competition at the second night of the Labour Day Classic on Sunday, September 4 at Brighton Speedway. Visit www.knightsofthunder.com for more information.

Pinty’s Knights of Thunder 360 Sprint Car Series
Race Report – Saturday, September 3, 2022
Brighton Speedway
Brighton, Ontario, Canada

A-Main [Started] 25 laps – NT
1. 3G-Dale Gosselin[1]; 2. 88H-Josh Hansen[3]; 3. 84-Tyler Rand[2]; 4. 45-Nick Sheridan[5]; 5. 15-Ryan Turner[13]; 6. 9-Liam Martin[6]; 7. 10-Mitch Brown[7]; 8. 110-Jake Brown[4]; 9. 21K-Kyle Phillips[9]; 10. 11J-Chris Jones[11]; 11. 68-Aaron Turkey[10]; 12. 11-Cory Turner[17]; 13. 0-Glenn Styres[12]; 14. 87X-Shone Evans[16]; 15. 46-Kevin Pauls[14]; 16. 42W-Rick Wilson[8]; 17. (DNF) 5-DJ Christie[15]; 18. (DNS) 11T-Jamie Turner
Margin of Victory – 0.446 seconds
Hard Charger – Ryan Turner +8

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – NT
1. 88H-Josh Hansen, Beamsville [1]; 2. 3G-Dale Gosselin, Saint-Pie, Quebec [2]; 3. 45-Nick Sheridan, Mount Brydges [6]; 4. 68-Aaron Turkey, Ohsweken [5]; 5. 15-Ryan Turner, Dunnville [3]; 6. 5-DJ Christie, Beachville [4]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – NT
1. 42W-Rick Wilson, Joyceville [1]; 2. 10-Mitch Brown, Brantford [3]; 3. 9-Liam Martin, Binbrook [6]; 4. 11J-Chris Jones, Picton [5]; 5. 46-Kevin Pauls, St. Catharines [2]; 6. 87X-Shone Evans, Scotland [4]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 8 laps – 1:42.675
1. 84-Tyler Rand, Picton [1]; 2. 110-Jake Brown, Brantford [3]; 3. 21K-Kyle Phillips, Grand Island, New York [2]; 4. 0-Glenn Styres, Ohsweken [5]; 5. 11T-Jamie Turner, Caistor Centre [4]; 6. (DNS) 11-Cory Turner, Tillsonburg

Up Next:
Sunday, September 4, 2022 – Brighton Speedway – Brighton, Ontario

KNIGHTS OF THUNDER MEDIA
Website: www.knightsofthunder.com
Twitter: @KoTSprints
Facebook: KnightsofThunderSprintCars
Instagram: @knightsofthunder
YouTube: GForceTV

About the Pinty’s Knights of Thunder Sprint Car Series: Founded in 2021, the Knights of Thunder series is a traveling winged 360 Sprint Car tour based in Ontario, Canada. Each points-paying event on the 2022 schedule will pay a minimum of $2,000-to-win and $250-to-start, and all events will be broadcast live on GForceTV. The championship winner will be rewarded with $5,000 and a Pinty’s VIP package for the 2023 Bristol Dirt Race, while 10th place in the championship standings will pay $1,000. The 2022 Knights of Thunder Sprint Car Series is made possible with the support of Pinty’s Delicious Foods, Corr/Pak Merchandising, Stoneridge Specialty Insurance, Hoosier Tire Canada, Burger Barn, Nitro 54 Variety, Strickland’s Brantford Chevrolet, and EPIC Racewear. Visit www.knightsofthunder.com for more information.

 

 

Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints

Fulton, New York -

Lightnin' Larry Wight lived up to his nickname at Fulton Speedway Saturday night, catching and passing Davie Franek late and in heavy lapped traffic to win his second Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints A Main of the year. The Phoenix, New York driver took the lead from pole sitter Jason Barney midway through the race and was putting some distance between himself and the field until the races only caution on lap 14 brought the field together. Davie Franek dove under Wight just after the restart to take the lead and began to inch away from Wight as the laps wound down. On lap 21, while in heavy lapped traffic, Franek lost momentum behind a lapped car allowing Wight to put himself right up to the left side panel as the two dragged raced off of turn four. Wight edged ahead as Franek looked to repeat the move on the next lap. Franek could reach the Gypsum Express tail tank but did not have enough to retake the lead, settling for the runner up spot. Jonathan Preston ran well all night bringing the Preston Racing 22 home in third place. Jason Barney and Paulie Colagiovanni rounded out the top five. Current point leader Jordan Poirier finished sixth with Joe Trenca, Scott Holcomb, Scott Kreutter and Shawn Donath completing the top ten.

Davie Franek after the race, " That one hurts a little, kind feel like I gave that one away." Franek had a strong weekend with two podium finishes at Brewerton ( 3rd ) and Fulton ( 2nd )

By his own admission Jonathan Preston would say his year has not been what he expected, but a strong showing at Fulton was what he needed, " Car was good tonight, the car 'balled up' when down low but really strong up top, we were fast enough to stay with the leaders ". " It was good to be in the hunt for a win again "

Fast Times were set by Colagiovanni, Poirier and Joe Trenca while the heat race wins went to Franek, Wight and Preston. Matt Farnham won the Dash and Scott Holcomb won the B Main.

The last 2 point races for the 2022 Empire Super Sprints Championship Tour: Saturday, September 10th at Weedsport Speedway Friday, September 16th at Land of Legends Speedway

LUCAS OIL EMPIRE SUPER SPRINTS A MAIN RESULTS from FULTON SPEEDWAY 9/3/2022: LARRY WIGHT, Davie Franek, Jonathan Preston, Jason Barney, Paulie Colagiovanni, Jordan Poirier, Joe Trenca, Scott Holcomb, Scott Kreutter, Shawn Donath, Dylan Swiernik, Matt Farnham, Matt Billings, Matt Tanner, Jeff Cook, Steve Glover, Bryan Howland, Chad Miller, Keith Granholm, Kelly Hebing, Dalton Rombough, Reese Nowotarski, Tyler Cartier, Chuck Hebing, Jordan Hutton, Chris Hile

Awards and Contingencies: Pinnacle Pole Award : Barney, $25 Halfway Leader : Wight, $50 Hard Charger Award : Swiernik, $50 Pinnacle Investments Last Car Running : Cartier, $50 Pinnacle Investments 11th Place Finish: Swiernik, $25 in fuel Highest Finishing ESS Rookie : Rombough, $25 First Non-Qualifier: Tyler Emmons, $65 First Non-Feature Winner : Joe Trenca, $65 Rifenburg Contracting Fast Time Award : Colagiovanni, Poirier, Trenca, $25 each E & V Energy Heat Race Award : Franek, Wight, Preston, $25 each Ashley Lynn Winery Podium : Wight, Franek, Preston, bottle of wine Hoosier Tire: Chad Miller

 

 

DYKSTRA TAKES FIRST NIGHT OF BRIGHTON'S LABOUR DAY CLASSIC

By Tommy Goudge

BRIGHTON, Ont. (September 3, 2022) – Jacob Dykstra took the Action Sprint Tour fueled by Pinty's Crate Sprint Car win on night one of the Labour Day Classic at Brighton Speedway.

Ashton VanEvery and Johnny Miller made up the front row for the 25 lap A-Main, and VanEvery took the early lead. Dykstra wasted little time moving up from his row four starting position though, and took the lead.

Dykstra opened a gap on the field, but Dale Curran moved up to second and began to cut into Dykstra's lead as traffic became a factor for the leaders. A yellow flag for a melee in turn four brought relief for Dykstra though, and he used the clear track to drive away for the victory when the green flag reappeared.

Curran, who recently returned to Ontario after months of wingless sprint car racing in California, settled for the runner-up spot. Championship contender Mathieu Bardier took the final podium spot, followed by VanEvery and Miller.

The Action Sprint Tour fueled by Pinty's will next be in competition on Sunday, September 4 for night two of Brighton Speedway's Labour Day Classic Weekend. Visit www.actionsprinttour.com for more information.

Action Sprint Tour Crate Sprint Car series fueled by Pinty’s
Statistical Report – Saturday, September 3, 2022
Brighton Speedway – Brighton, Ontario, Canada

A-Main [Started] 25 laps - NT
1. 5D-Jacob Dykstra[7]; 2. 31-Dale Curran[3]; 3. 19-Mathieu Bardier[5]; 4. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[1]; 5. 20-Johnny Miller[2]; 6. 77T-Tyeller Powless[10]; 7. 4B-Darrell Pelletier[6]; 8. 12DD-Darren Dryden[16]; 9. 00-Ryan Poole[8]; 10. 16R-Seth Roy[9]; 11. 19D-Allan Downey[13]; 12. 39-Jonah Mutton[15]; 13. 28-Jordan Hill[12]; 14. 9C-Brian Nanticoke[14]; 15. 88-Lance Erskine[4]; 16. 3S-Austin Roes[11]; 17. 50LS-Adrian Stahle[17]; 18. 33-Adam Turner[19]; 19. 115-Dan Deyo[18]; 20. (DNF) 85C-Cam MacKinnon[20]
Margin of Victory - 1.879 seconds
Hard Charger - Darren Dryden +8

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps - NT
1. 77E-Ashton VanEvery, Ohsweken [2]; 2. 00-Ryan Poole, Brockville [4]; 3. 5D-Jacob Dykstra, Port Colborne [5]; 4. 3S-Austin Roes, Mossley [3]; 5. 19D-Allan Downey, Waterloo [6]; 6. 12DD-Darren Dryden, Freelton [7]; 7. 85C-Cam MacKinnon, Ridgeway [1]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps - 1:51.269
1. 88-Lance Erskine, Brantford [2]; 2. 16R-Seth Roy, Port Colborne [1]; 3. 20-Johnny Miller, Six Nations [6]; 4. 77T-Tyeller Powless, Oshweken [4]; 5. 39-Jonah Mutton, Brighton [5]; 6. 50LS-Adrian Stahle, Kitchener [7]; 7. 33-Adam Turner, Cherry Valley [3]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 8 laps - 1:51.489
1. 19-Mathieu Bardier, Pierreville, Quebec [4]; 2. 31-Dale Curran, Bowmanville [2]; 3. 4B-Darrell Pelletier, Port Perry [5]; 4. 28-Jordan Hill, Ohsweken [3]; 5. 9C-Brian Nanticoke, Ohsweken [6]; 6. 115-Dan Deyo, Kingston [1]

Up Next:
Sunday, September 4, 2022 – Brighton Speedway – Brighton, Ontario

ACTION SPRINT TOUR MEDIA
Website: www.actionsprinttour.com
Facebook: ActionSprintTour
Twitter: @ActionSprints
Instagram: @actionsprinttour
YouTube: GForceTV

About the Action Sprint Tour fueled by Pinty’s: Founded in 2018, the Action Sprint Tour is a traveling Winged Crate Sprint Car Series based in Ontario, Canada. Action Sprint Tour cars are powered by GM 602 crate engines modified specifically to fit a Sprint Car chassis. Each points-paying event on the 2022 schedule will pay a minimum of $1,000-to-win and $150-to-start, and selected events will be broadcast live on GForceTV. The 2022 championship winner will be rewarded with $5,000 and a Pinty’s VIP package for the 2023 Bristol Dirt Race, while 10th place in the championship standings will pay $1,000. The 2022 Action Sprint Tour is made possible with the support of Pinty’s Delicious Foods. Visit www.actionsprinttour.com for more information.

 

 

TURNER, SMITH, BEAGLE, & DA SILVA WIN ON EPIC RACEWEAR BACKPACK NIGHT AT OHSWEKEN

By Brent Otchere

OHSWEKEN, Ont. (September 2, 2022) – Epic Racewear presented Back to School Backpack Night and Championship Friday for Sprint Cars at Ohsweken Speedway on September 2; Ryan Turner, Lucas Smith, Ryan Beagle, & Tristan Da Silva won their respective A-Mains, while two champions were crowned: the 2022 Kool Kidz-Corr/Pak 360 Sprint Car Championship went to Cory Turner, and the 2022 Strickland’s Crate Sprint Car Championship went to Lucas Smith.

Kool Kidz-Corr/Pak 360 Sprint Cars Nick Sheridan and Aaron Turkey led the 24 car field to green to start the 25 lap 360 Sprint Car A-Main. A three way fight for first between Ryan Turner, Jake Brown, and Aaron Turkey broke out; in the meantime Holly Porter stalked the leaders and entered the top five. An unfortunate hard flip for Jacob Dykstra caused an immediate red flag; Dykstra was unharmed but his car was done for the night.

Porter had raced herself up to second right before the red flag and started right behind Turkey for the single file restart. An untimely right rear tire problem on Porter’s car ended any hopes for a good finish on her best performance of the season. Another red flag appeared as Mack DeMan flipped over the wall and into the back stretch fence; he was able to walk away from his very heavily damaged car unharmed.

Turkey had his first win in sights, but Ryan Turner edged out Turkey in a thrilling finish for the final win of the points season. Turkey settled for second with Sheridan third, Mitch Brown fourth, and Mikey Kruchka fifth. Cory Turner did everything he had to win the championship, which was to keep the car in one piece and finish in fifteenth or higher to clinch his first Ohsweken track championship.

Strickland’s Crate Sprint Cars Darren Dryden and Jesse Costa made up the front row to start the 25 lap Crate Sprint Car A-Main. Dryden had an amazing start, clearing the pack and already catching traffic by the sixth lap. Point leader Lucas Smith raced himself to the second position, shadowing Dryden as they both navigated through the traffic.

Smith bided his time and overtook Dryden, who got bottled up by traffic. The laps ticked off quickly as Smith built a comfortable three second gap over Dryden. With only eight cars left on the lead lap, Smith crossed the finish line in first to claim his second Ohsweken championship – and first in Sprint Cars – in a dominating fashion. Dryden finished second, Brett Stratford third, Costa fourth, and Eric Gledhill in fifth.

Middleport Mechanical Thunder Stocks Kacey Huffman and Gofast Teeple led the grid to start the 20 lap Thunder Stock A-Main. Ken Sargent quickly gained the lead after starting in the second row. Points leader Dave Bailey raced himself to fourth as the first caution of the race came out for debris on the track. The field then saw more cautions; as the saying goes “cautions breed cautions.”

Bailey had a great restart and took the lead away from Sargent, while Ryan Beagle took advantage of the multiple restarts and worked himself up to fifth. With 10 laps left go Beagle had caught up to Bailey, who stayed ahead until Beagle made the winning move with two laps to go. Bailey settled for second, with Sargent rounding out the final spot on the podium in third. Mark Fawcett and Trevor DeBoer rounded out the top five in fourth and fifth respectively. With one more race left in the season Bailey leads the division by 40 points over Beagle.

HRW Automotive Mini Stocks The front row of the grid featured Steve Miller and Christopher French to start the 15 lap Mini Stock A-Main. French overtook Miller for first until Tristan Da Silva took the lead on lap five. Ryan Hillar snuck up to the second position and brought along Eric Yorke with him in third. The top three broke away from the rest of the field as the laps ticked away.

Da Silva was able to stay ahead by at least two car lengths and crossed the finish line victorious for the first time this season, setting a new 15 lap record for the Mini Stocks in the process. Yorke tried a late surge for second but, Hillar held him off and Yorke settled for third. Wayde Thorne and Tim DeBoer rounded out the top five in fourth and fifth respectively. Despite engine problems for Tyler Lafantaisie which left him salvaging a 12th place finish, he still leads the division by 131 points over Fabio Olivieri going into the last race of the season.

Up Next at Ohsweken Speedway Qwick Wick Fire Starter presents RoC vs. DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds on Friday, September 9, plus 358 Modifieds and the Championship Friday Finale for the Middleport Mechanical Thunder Stocks and HRW Automotive Mini Stocks. Visit www.ohswekenspeedway.com for more information.

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Ohsweken Speedway Statistical Report Friday, September 2, 2022 Ohsweken, Ontario, Canada Back to School Backpack Night & Sprint Car Championship Friday presented by EPIC Racewear Total Entries: 119

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Kool Kidz-Corr/Pak 360 Sprint Cars (26 Entries)

A-Main [Started] 25 laps – NT 1. 15-Ryan Turner[4]; 2. 68-Aaron Turkey[2]; 3. 45-Nick Sheridan[1]; 4. 10-Mitch Brown[8]; 5. 01K-Mikey Kruchka[16]; 6. 9-Liam Martin[9]; 7. 1 10-Jake Brown[3]; 8. 5-DJ Christie[13]; 9. 21K-Kyle Phillips[17]; 10. 88H-Josh Hansen[7]; 11. 0-Glenn Styres[19]; 12. 14H-Jim Huppunen[20]; 13. 70-Baily Heard[14]; 14. 13-Cory Turner[12]; 15. 21-John Burbridge Jr[23]; 16. 1-Holly Porter[5]; 17. 87X-Shone Evans[10]; 18. 20-Johnny Miller[24]; 19. 81-Derek Jonathan[21]; 20. 46-Kevin Pauls[18]; 21. 11-Jamie Turner[15]; 22. (DNF) 17X-Mack DeMan[6]; 23. (DNF) 5D-Jacob Dykstra[11]; 24. (DNF) 0C-Cole MacDonald[22] Hard Charger – Mikey Kruchka +11

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – 1:51.612 1. 15-Ryan Turner[3]; 2. 10-Mitch Brown[4]; 3. 1-Holly Porter[8]; 4. 70-Baily Heard[1]; 5. 5D-Jacob Dykstra[7]; 6. 21K-Kyle Phillips[5]; 7. 94X-Scott Hall[2]; 8. 0C-Cole MacDonald[6]; 9. (DNF) 18-Nathan Jackson[9]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – 1:52.355 1. 17X-Mack DeMan[1]; 2. 1 10-Jake Brown[5]; 3. 87X-Shone Evans[2]; 4. 13-Cory Turner[4]; 5. 9-Liam Martin[8]; 6. 01K-Mikey Kruchka[7]; 7. 0-Glenn Styres[3]; 8. 81-Derek Jonathan[6]; 9. 20-Johnny Miller[9]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 8 laps – 1:55.895 1. 68-Aaron Turkey[4]; 2. 88H-Josh Hansen[6]; 3. 45-Nick Sheridan[8]; 4. 5-DJ Christie[3]; 5. 11-Jamie Turner[5]; 6. 46-Kevin Pauls[1]; 7. 14H-Jim Huppunen[7]; 8. 21-John Burbridge Jr[2]

B-Main [Started] 12 laps – 3:00.080 1. 0-Glenn Styres[2]; 2. 14H-Jim Huppunen[1]; 3. 81-Derek Jonathan[5]; 4. 20-Johnny Miller[8]; 5. 0C-Cole MacDonald[4]; 6. 21-John Burbridge Jr[6]; 7. 94X-Scott Hall[3]; 8. (DNS) 18-Nathan Jackson

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Strickland’s Crate Sprint Cars (31 Entries)

A-Main [Started] 25 laps – 7:11.889 1. 49L-Lucas Smith[4]; 2. 12DD-Darren Dryden[1]; 3. BS39-Brett Stratford[5]; 4. 4-Jesse Costa[2]; 5. 7-Eric Gledhill[11]; 6. 2M-Steve Murdock[15]; 7. 31-Dale Curran[16]; 8. 94-Ryan Fraser[8]; 9. 45-Curtis Gartly[7]; 10. 88-Lance Erskine[3]; 11. 77T-Tyeller Powless[10]; 12. 74-Rob Neely[18]; 13. 99-Joshua Hill[17]; 14. 19D-Allan Downey[9]; 15. 50LS-Adrian Stahle[6]; 16. 08-Steven Beckett[21]; 17. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[25]; 18. 28-Jordan Hill[13]; 19. 51-Trevor Young[12]; 20. 16R-Seth Roy[24]; 21. 14-Larry Gledhill[23]; 22. 85C-Cam MacKinnon[19]; 23. 2-Travis Hofstetter[20]; 24. 9C-Brian Nanticoke[27]; 25. 26-John Verney[26]; 26. MK8-Matt Hill[22]; 27. 97-Sheldon Bender[28]; 28. 29W-Tyler Ward[14] Hard Charger – Steve Murdock +9

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – 2:04.317 1. 94-Ryan Fraser[2]; 2. 49L-Lucas Smith[8]; 3. 7-Eric Gledhill[3]; 4. 28-Jordan Hill[4]; 5. 99-Joshua Hill[1]; 6. 74-Rob Neely[5]; 7. 2M-Steve Murdock[9]; 8. 16R-Seth Roy[6]; 9. 97-Sheldon Bender[7]; 10. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[10]; 11. 69K-Ken Hamilton[11]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – NT 1. 45-Curtis Gartly[1]; 2. 19D-Allan Downey[3]; 3. 50LS-Adrian Stahle[6]; 4. 88-Lance Erskine[9]; 5. 51-Trevor Young[7]; 6. 85C-Cam MacKinnon[2]; 7. 08-Steven Beckett[5]; 8. MK8-Matt Hill[10]; 9. 14-Larry Gledhill[8]; 10. 16X-Keegan Baker[4]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 8 laps – NT 1. 12DD-Darren Dryden[6]; 2. 77T-Tyeller Powless[2]; 3. 4-Jesse Costa[8]; 4. BS39-Brett Stratford[10]; 5. 29W-Tyler Ward[3]; 6. 2-Travis Hofstetter[1]; 7. 31-Dale Curran[9]; 8. 26-John Verney[7]; 9. 9C-Brian Nanticoke[4]; 10. 48-Andrew Marshall[5]

B-Main [Started] 12 laps – 3:15.057 1. MK8-Matt Hill[1]; 2. 14-Larry Gledhill[4]; 3. 16R-Seth Roy[3]; 4. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[6]; 5. 26-John Verney[2]; 6. 9C-Brian Nanticoke[7]; 7. 97-Sheldon Bender[5]; 8. 48-Andrew Marshall[8]; 9. 16X-Keegan Baker[9]; 10. 69K-Ken Hamilton[10] ________________________

Middleport Mechanical Thunder Stocks (29 Entries)

A-Main [Started] 20 laps – NT 1. 84RK-Ryan Beagle[19]; 2. 49-Dave Bailey[20]; 3. 25-Ken Sargent[4]; 4. 32-Mark Fawcett[10]; 5. 23-Trevor DeBoer[18]; 6. 28D-Donny Lampman[7]; 7. 53-Logan Shwedyk[8]; 8. 427-Tim Phalen[3]; 9. 37-Robert Hoskins[17]; 10. 19-Kyle Wert[12]; 11. 93K-Mike Klazinga[13]; 12. 79-Christopher Hale[14]; 13. 97-Ron Loggie[11]; 14. 28-Jim Lampman[15]; 15. 108-Zach Bleich[16]; 16. 93-Melissa Miller[23]; 17. 41-Adam Plazek[6]; 18. 11-Gofast Teeple[2]; 19. 135-Brian General[27]; 20. 43-Kyle Andress[22]; 21. G8-Gino Duguay[28]; 22. 24K-Kai Bomberry[26]; 23. (DNF) 55-Mike Thorne[9]; 24. (DNF) 13-Kacey Huffman[1]; 25. (DNF) 75-Ryan Berry[5]; 26. (DNF) 55B-Braedan Burning[21]; 27. (DNF) 76-Jamie Goudge[24]; 28. (DNS) 48-Nate Claus Hard Charger – Ryan Beagle +18

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – NT 1. 427-Tim Phalen[4]; 2. 25-Ken Sargent[5]; 3. 13-Kacey Huffman[2]; 4. 11-Gofast Teeple[3]; 5. 28D-Donny Lampman[9]; 6. 41-Adam Plazek[7]; 7. 75-Ryan Berry[6]; 8. 43-Kyle Andress[1]; 9. 93-Melissa Miller[8]; 10. (DNF) 76-Jamie Goudge[10]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – 2:52.713 1. 32-Mark Fawcett[3]; 2. 97-Ron Loggie[4]; 3. 53-Logan Shwedyk[1]; 4. 55-Mike Thorne[2]; 5. 79-Christopher Hale[10]; 6. 93K-Mike Klazinga[6]; 7. 19-Kyle Wert[5]; 8. 48-Nate Claus[9]; 9. 24K-Kai Bomberry[8]; 10. (DNS) 17-Frank Turkey

Heat Race 3 [Started] 8 laps – NT 1. 108-Zach Bleich[3]; 2. 28-Jim Lampman[1]; 3. 49-Dave Bailey[7]; 4. 84RK-Ryan Beagle[6]; 5. 23-Trevor DeBoer[5]; 6. 37-Robert Hoskins[4]; 7. 55B-Braedan Burning[8]; 8. 135-Brian General[2]; 9. G8-Gino Duguay[9] ________________________

HRW Automotive Mini Stocks (33 Entries)

A-Main [Started] 15 laps – 5:21.435 NTR 1. 01-Tristan DaSilva[7]; 2. 21H-Ryan Hillar[8]; 3. 51-Eric Yorke[9]; 4. 4-Wayde Thorne[13]; 5. 9-Tim DeBoer[11]; 6. 23-Dusty DeBoer[15]; 7. 24-Rodney Rutherford[18]; 8. 27-Niko Hansen[22]; 9. 54-Christopher French[2]; 10. 11E-Jeff Elsliger[12]; 11. 16-Fabio Olivieri[23]; 12. 96-Tyler Lafantaisie[17]; 13. 6X-Mike Sarantakos[5]; 14. 60-Martin Schroder[10]; 15. 64-Nick Erskine[16]; 16. 46-Ashton Dickie[3]; 17. 10X-Jeremy Hughes[26]; 18. 11-Mike Giberson[4]; 19. 265-Mike Evers[27]; 20. 79-Steve Miller[1]; 21. 7B-Shawn Keus[19]; 22. 52-Rick VanKleef[28]; 23. 69-Rob Twitchett[21]; 24. 5-Dave Goodacre[20]; 25. 77-Scott Brown[24]; 26. (DNF) 10J-Jeremy May[14]; 27. (DNF) 1-Jason Tolton[6]; 28. (DNS) 188-Paul Longboat Hard Charger – Niko Hansen +14

Heat Race 1 [Started] 6 laps – 2:09.829 1. 54-Christopher French[2]; 2. 46-Ashton Dickie[3]; 3. 11-Mike Giberson[5]; 4. 79-Steve Miller[1]; 5. 6X-Mike Sarantakos[7]; 6. 69-Rob Twitchett[4]; 7. 188-Paul Longboat[6]; 8. 52-Rick VanKleef[8]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 6 laps – 2:17.939 1. 1-Jason Tolton[2]; 2. 01-Tristan DaSilva[3]; 3. 51-Eric Yorke[6]; 4. 21H-Ryan Hillar[5]; 5. 60-Martin Schroder[7]; 6. 27-Niko Hansen[8]; 7. 265-Mike Evers[1]; 8. 12-Don Deagle[4]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 6 laps – 2:10.107 1. 4-Wayde Thorne[4]; 2. 9-Tim DeBoer[2]; 3. 64-Nick Erskine[6]; 4. 23-Dusty DeBoer[5]; 5. 11E-Jeff Elsliger[3]; 6. 16-Fabio Olivieri[8]; 7. 10X-Jeremy Hughes[7]; 8. 26-Tim Nuell[1]

Heat Race 4 [Started] 6 laps – 2:13.792 1. 96-Tyler Lafantaisie[1]; 2. 24-Rodney Rutherford[3]; 3. 10J-Jeremy May[9]; 4. 7B-Shawn Keus[7]; 5. 5-Dave Goodacre[6]; 6. 77-Scott Brown[4]; 7. 555-Braedan Burning[5]; 8. JR188-Dylaney Longboat[8]; 9. (DNS) 31-Jesse McDonald

B-Main [Started] 6 laps – 2:13.075 1. 188-Paul Longboat[1]; 2. 10X-Jeremy Hughes[6]; 3. 265-Mike Evers[3]; 4. 52-Rick VanKleef[2]; 5. 26-Tim Nuell[5]; 6. (DNF) 12-Don Deagle[4]; 7. (DNS) JR188-Dylaney Longboat; 8. (DNS) 31-Jesse McDonald; 9. (DNS) 555-Braedan Burning

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#OHS2022 Season The 25th season of weekly Friday Night Excitement at Ohsweken Speedway features four regular racing divisions, including the Kool Kidz-Corr/Pak 360 Sprint Cars, Strickland’s GMC Crate Sprint Cars, Middleport Mechanical Thunder Stocks, and HRW Automotive Mini Stocks. Several special events also highlight the 2022 schedule including the Canadian Sprint Car Nationals, and the dirt track debut of the NASCAR Pinty’s Series. Visit www.ohswekenspeedway.com for more information.

About Ohsweken Speedway: Opened in 1996, Ohsweken Speedway is a motorsports complex and event centre featuring a 3/8 mile clay oval auto racing track and 1/6 mile clay oval Micro Sprint and Karting track. The facility is owned by the Styres family, and located in the village of Ohsweken, Ontario, Canada. Ohsweken’s weekly Friday Night Excitement racing program runs from May to September each year, featuring 360 Sprint Cars, Crate Sprint Cars, Thunder Stocks, and Mini Stocks, while the facility also hosts weekly Micro Sprint and Kart racing on Thursday nights. Several major events highlight the annual schedule including the track’s signature event – the Canadian Sprint Car Nationals.

 

 

Shane Golobic and Jake Morgan claim wins at Nor*Cal Posse Shootout opener in Placerville

By Gary Thomas

Placerville, CA…Until last week Shane Golobic had surprisingly gone over two months since visiting victory lane. With summer winding down the Fremont driver has turned up the heat however, by racing to his second consecutive Placerville Speedway victory during the Nor*Cal Posse Shootout opener on Saturday.

Sharing the stage with Golobic on night one of the Nor*Cal Posse Shootout presented by High Sierra Industries was Fair Oaks’ Jake Morgan with the Hunt Magnetos Wingless Tour. Both drivers took home extra money in the feature courtesy of Absolute Auto Glass. A total of 70 cars filled the pit area to open the double header on Labor Day weekend.

In the 30-lap Winged Sprint Car feature it was Hanford’s Michael Faccinto who took command early on and held a steady lead out front. The driver of the F&F Racing x1 looked stout until getting hiked up on the cushion at one point in turn four. Five-time Placerville winner this year Justin Sanders then blasted into the lead around the halfway point, as excellent racing was seen all through the field.

Golobic was progressively making his way forward from the eighth starting spot and looked to the inside of Sanders on lap 20 but came up just short. The next time by Golobic drove to the inside once again, contact ensued, and resulted in Sanders getting upside down off the fourth corner. The two-time Trophy Cup champ led the remaining distance to grab his 12th career Winged 360 win at the track, tying Andy Gregg, Scooter Lambert and Stephen Allard.
Colby Copeland continued to show that he’s one of the best at navigating the red clay with a charge from 12th to second in the feature. Tanner Carrick came home in third, with 10th starter Colby Johnson and 13th starting Tony Gomes rounding out the top-five. Faccinto, Gauge Garcia, Ryan Robinson, 22nd starting Justyn Cox and 24th starter Shane Hopkins completed the top-10.

Tanner Carrick opened the night by earning the ADCO Driveline/ Sierra Foothill Wine Services fast time award in the 36-car field.

Winged 360 Sprint Car Results – Night one Nor*Cal Posse Shootout 36 Entries

A Main 30 Laps

1. 17W-Shane Golobic[8]; 2. 5B-Colby Copeland[12]; 3. 83T-Tanner Carrick[4]; 4. 38-Colby Johnson[10]; 5. 7C-Tony Gomes[13]; 6. X1-Michael Faccinto[1]; 7. 21X-Gauge Garcia[11]; 8. 42X-Ryan Robinson[9]; 9. 31C-Justyn Cox[22]; 10. 21-Shane Hopkins[24]; 11. 35-Sean Becker[18]; 12. 94X-Kyle Hirst[17]; 13. 5V-Landon Brooks[6]; 14. 92-Andy Forsberg[14]; 15. 38B-Blake Carrick[7]; 16. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[19]; 17. 98-Michael Pombo[5]; 18. 34-Andy Gregg[23]; 19. 9L-Luke Hayes[16]; 20. 77-Ryan Lippincott[20]; 21. 4SA-Justin Sanders[3]; 22. 7P-Jake Andreotti[15]; 23. 3-Kaleb Montgomery[2]; 24. 5J-Kalib Henry[21]

B Main 12 Laps

1. 5J-Kalib Henry[1]; 2. 31C-Justyn Cox[2]; 3. 34-Andy Gregg[5]; 4. 21-Shane Hopkins[8]; 5. 121-Caeden Steele[9]; 6. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez[10]; 7. 25-Justin Johnson[4]; 8. 01-Nick Larson[11]; 9. 33H-Eric Humphries[6]; 10. 25S-Seth Standley[14]; 11. 2-Alex Pettas[7]; 12. 24K-Koa Crane[12]; 13. 3T-JJ Ringo[3]; 14. 5A-Lonny Alton[13]

Heat 1 10

1. 3-Kaleb Montgomery[1]; 2. 21X-Gauge Garcia[3]; 3. 5B-Colby Copeland[2]; 4. 17W-Shane Golobic[4]; 5. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[5]; 6. 3T-JJ Ringo[7]; 7. 21-Shane Hopkins[9]; 8. 01-Nick Larson[6]; 9. 24K-Koa Crane[8]

Heat 2 10 Laps

1. 4SA-Justin Sanders[4]; 2. 98-Michael Pombo[1]; 3. 7C-Tony Gomes[3]; 4. 9L-Luke Hayes[2]; 5. 77-Ryan Lippincott[5]; 6. 25-Justin Johnson[6]; 7. 2-Alex Pettas[7]

Heat 3 10 Laps

1. X1-Michael Faccinto[2]; 2. 42X-Ryan Robinson[1]; 3. 83T-Tanner Carrick[4]; 4. 92-Andy Forsberg[3]; 5. 94X-Kyle Hirst[5]; 6. 5J-Kalib Henry[8]; 7. 34-Andy Gregg[7]; 8. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez[6]; 9. 5A-Lonny Alton[9]

Heat 4 10 Laps

1. 5V-Landon Brooks[1]; 2. 38-Colby Johnson[2]; 3. 38B-Blake Carrick[4]; 4. 7P-Jake Andreotti[3]; 5. 35-Sean Becker[6]; 6. 31C-Justyn Cox[7]; 7. 33H-Eric Humphries[8]; 8. 121-Caeden Steele[5]

Qualifying 1

1. 17W-Shane Golobic, 00:11.130[7]; 2. 3-Kaleb Montgomery, 00:11.282[2]; 3. 5B-Colby Copeland, 00:11.367[6]; 4. 21X-Gauge Garcia, 00:11.368[3]; 5. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield, 00:11.396[9]; 6. 01-Nick Larson, 00:11.407[5]; 7. 3T-JJ Ringo, 00:11.509[8]; 8. 24K-Koa Crane, 00:11.842[4]; 9. 21-Shane Hopkins, 00:11.842[1]

Qualifying 2

1. 4SA-Justin Sanders, 00:10.986[5]; 2. 98-Michael Pombo, 00:11.312[9]; 3. 9L-Luke Hayes, 00:11.339[4]; 4. 7C-Tony Gomes, 00:11.458[8]; 5. 77-Ryan Lippincott, 00:11.615[7]; 6. 25-Justin Johnson, 00:11.685[1]; 7. 2-Alex Pettas, 00:11.844[3]; 8. 75-Bill Smith, 00:11.844[6]

Qualifying 3

1. 83T-Tanner Carrick, 00:10.962[9]; 2. 42X-Ryan Robinson, 00:11.103[8]; 3. X1-Michael Faccinto, 00:11.124[7]; 4. 92-Andy Forsberg, 00:11.128[1]; 5. 94X-Kyle Hirst, 00:11.201[3]; 6. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez, 00:11.222[6]; 7. 34-Andy Gregg, 00:11.257[5]; 8. 5J-Kalib Henry, 00:11.257[2]; 9. 5A-Lonny Alton, 00:12.595[4]

Qualifying 4

1. 38B-Blake Carrick, 00:11.072[5]; 2. 5V-Landon Brooks, 00:11.149[9]; 3. 38-Colby Johnson, 00:11.187[7]; 4. 7P-Jake Andreotti, 00:11.191[4]; 5. 121-Caeden Steele, 00:11.221[3]; 6. 35-Sean Becker, 00:11.275[1]; 7. 31C-Justyn Cox, 00:11.372[6]; 8. 33H-Eric Humphries, 00:11.424[8]; 9. 25S-Seth Standley, 00:11.424[2]

………

Fair Oak’s Jake Morgan continued his dominance of the Placerville Speedway with the Joe Hunt Magnetos Wingless Tour. The all-time leader in Wingless Sprint Car wins at the track made it an even 10 last night and marked his third of the season. Shane Hopkins gave it a valiant run in second, while Shawn Jones thrilled the crowd during the later stages by going from 10th to third. Brent Steck, Jimmy Christian, Jarrett Soares, Josh Young, Nick Larson, Mark Hanson and Trey Walters rounded out the top-10.

Shawn Arriaga claimed the Dependable Crane fast time award by pacing the 34-car field in qualifying.

Hunt Magnetos Wingless 360 Sprint Car Results - 34 Entries

A Feature 25 Laps

1. 7M-Jake Morgan[8]; 2. 51-Shane Hopkins[2]; 3. 14-Shawn Jones[10]; 4. 2STX-Brent Steck[7]; 5. 32C-Jimmy Christian[9]; 6. 12-Jarrett Soares[11]; 7. 7EJ-Josh Young[16]; 8. 24N-Nick Larson[17]; 9. 79-Mark Hanson[14]; 10. 7-Trey Walters[18]; 11. 33-Heath Holdsclaw[13]; 12. X-Jerry Kobza[19]; 13. 32-Shawn Arriaga[4]; 14. 66S-Zack Albers[15]; 15. 3F-Jacob Tuttle[3]; 16. 3T-Daniel Whitley[6]; 17. 63-Dylan Newberry[12]; 18. 17T-Grasen Ternora[20]; 19. 3-Nick Robfogel[1]; 20. B51-Eric Hopkins[5]

B Feature 12 Laps

1. 24N-Nick Larson[2]; 2. 7-Trey Walters[1]; 3. X-Jerry Kobza[3]; 4. 17T-Grasen Ternora[8]; 5. 121-Brian Slubik[10]; 6. 1-Nathan Schank[11]; 7. 60-Scott Clough[13]; 8. 17M-Evan Gularte[7]; 9. 26R-Ryan Owens[17]; 10. 98Z-Jordan Garretson[15]; 11. 17-Anthony Snow[5]; 12. 151-Tony Fadotta[14]; 13. 16-Nathan Johnson[12]; 14. 18-Josh Gillis[9]; 15. 31P-Eathon Lanfri[6]; 16. 3P-Nick Purdy[4]

Heat 1 8 Laps

1. 3T-Daniel Whitley[2]; 2. 32-Shawn Arriaga[4]; 3. 32C-Jimmy Christian[3]; 4. 33-Heath Holdsclaw[1]; 5. 24N-Nick Larson[5]; 6. 31P-Eathon Lanfri[6]; 7. 60-Scott Clough[8]; 8. 18-Josh Gillis[7]; 9. 26R-Ryan Owens[9]

Heat 2 8 Laps

1. 3F-Jacob Tuttle[3]; 2. 12-Jarrett Soares[2]; 3. 51-Shane Hopkins[4]; 4. 79-Mark Hanson[1]; 5. X-Jerry Kobza[5]; 6. 17M-Evan Gularte[6]; 7. 121-Brian Slubik[7]; 8. 151-Tony Fadotta[8]

Heat 3 8 Laps

1. B51-Eric Hopkins[2]; 2. 3-Nick Robfogel[4]; 3. 14-Shawn Jones[3]; 4. 66S-Zack Albers[1]; 5. 17T-Grasen Ternora[6]; 6. 3P-Nick Purdy[5]; 7. 1-Nathan Schank[7]; 8. 98Z-Jordan Garretson[8]

Heat 4 8 Laps

1. 2STX-Brent Steck[1]; 2. 63-Dylan Newberry[2]; 3. 7M-Jake Morgan[4]; 4. 7EJ-Josh Young[6]; 5. 7-Trey Walters[3]; 6. 16-Nathan Johnson[7]; 7. 17-Anthony Snow[5]; 8. 17N-MacKenzie Newton[8]

The Nor*Cal Posse Shootout presented by High Sierra Industries finishes up tonight at Placerville Speedway.

 

Wilmot Raceway

(Wilmot, Wis., Saturday, September 3, 2022)--Two first-time champions, one repeater, a four-time titlist and a three-time titlist all were crowned 2022 Wilmot Raceway Season Champions on Championship Night Saturday, September 3.
Pleasant Prairie's Mike Neau made it four out of five feature wins at Wilmot by taking the victory in the 25-lap Pfeiffer Trailer Sales IRA Lightning Sprints feature to solidify his first ever track championship. Neau took the lead from Oak Creek's Mark Heinert with 11 laps to go slicing through traffic at the same time. At the finish it was Neau followed by Heinert in second. C.J. Malueg of Johnsburg, IL was third. Tim Brannam of Holiday Hills, IL fourth. Franksville's Derek Fortier fifth.
"I saw Mark's line a lap before and decided to go for it," Neau said of his victory move. "It worked and for us to win and take the championship, too, it means a lot. I have to thank my Dad, my sister, my wife and my two sons, Carter and Grady, who got the night started by leading everyone in saying Let's Go Racing!"
"My dad, Dave, and my family, crew and sponsors, have stayed behind me the last 11 years I've been racing," said Cody Erickson of Algonquin, IL after capturing his first ever Wilmot Mountain Street Stock championship. "This is great. The Cadzilla has raced at the Bristol Dirt Nationals, and other tracks, and now it's won a championship. I have to thank Rob (Maule) for his support, especially the night I wasn't feeling well and he, along with his wife, Brooke, convinced me to race. And he's the one who was chasing me in the points. It shows how class of a person and race team they are."
Pell Lake's Cody Potter, won his second 20-lap Street Stock feature of the season, taking the lead three laps into the main event. Ironically, Maule was eliminated when he was involved in an opening lap tangle in turn two. Potter went on to the victory with Erickson ending up second. Salem's James Jaime was third. Pleasant Prairie's Josh Gehrig fourth. Robby Olson of Lindenhurst, IL fifth.
"This car runs a lot on asphalt, but it worked tonight," said Potter. "I missed the opening lap mess and was able to get out in front from there. I have to thank my dad, Landry, for his help in setting up the car and all of our sponsors."
John Cole of McHenry, IL worked into the lead from his front row starting spot, going on to his fourth feature win of the season in the 25-lap Bandit 4-Cylinder Stock Cars Season Championship main. Salem's Ryan Johnson ended up second in a tight battle for runner-up. Scott Ellis of Lake Villa, IL, took third place, good enough to score his second Wilmot championship in a row. Salem's Chris Abel was fourth. Rick Zifko of Aurora, IL fifth.
"I wish I hadn't missed that one night earlier in the year or we had one more points night," said Cole, admitting it could have put him in a closer battle with Scott Ellis at the end. "I congratulate Scott. I thank the folks who did the track prep as it was perfect for us. Staying green the final 17 laps was awesome, too."
Ellis credits his family, especially his Dad, Steve Ellis of Pleasant Prairie who also races in the Bandits, for all of his help in helping him secure a back to back championship.
The 20-lap Gerber Collision & Glass Modified Season Championship Feature stayed in the Simons family as Nick Simons of Genoa City captured his fourth main win of the year and second in a row.
Caution periods seemed to not be when you wanted to be in the lead. The leader during four separate yellow flags for various incidents was not the first place runner within a lap of the race going back green. Nick Simons used the high groove to overtake his older brother, Mike Simons, also of Genoa City, with three laps left on a restart. Nick Simons was up to one more challenge and did not let anyone get around him after a sixth and final caution two laps from the finish closed the field one last time. At the checkered it was Nick Simons the feature winner, who was undefeated in all nine of his heat race starts this season. Waterford's Mike Wittenburg took second in a tight finish. Mike Simons finished third to earn his fourth Wilmot season championship. Milwaukee's David Wirth was fourth. Bristol's John Dost fifth.
"We come here to race to win and let the points fall where they may," said Nick Simons, who finished second in the season standings for the fifth year in a row. "I have to thank my family, my sponsors, which include my brother's business, Mike's Flooring, and all of the great fans. Finishing second to Mike isn't all that bad."
"I which we could have run a little better, but I think we hurt the motor and were running on only seven cylinders," said Mike Simons of the championship run and his fourth title. "I hope the fans were entertained, because that's what we're here for. The fourth one doesn't feel any different then the first because we race to win, not points race. I have to thank all of our sponsors, my parents, my family, Jolyen and Trynity, and everybody who helps out."
The final race of the night saw the AutoMeter/Brewington Electric 20-lap feature go to Bristol's Mike Klemko. Klemko took the lead from his fellow front row starter Rusty Egan of Round Lake Beach, IL on the second lap. The only caution eight laps from the finish kept the field tight and eliminated lapped traffic from entering into the mix. At the checkered it was Klemko by less than a car length. Kansasville's Ryan Marshall was second. Allen Hafford of Beach Park, IL third. Clayton Rossmann of Wadsworth, IL fourth. Egan ended up fifth.
"It's been a rough year for us so to win on championship night is great," said Klemko, who became the seventh different WingLESS feature winner at Wilmot this season. "I have to thank all of our sponsors, the crew, my family, everyone who has stayed behind us through the challenges this year."
Tim Cox of Park City, IL finished sixth in the feature to secure his second Wilmot WingLESS championship and third type of Wilmot crown, having also won the 1989 Wilmot Modified Racing Association(MRA) title.
"Who would have known that 33 years after the first one we won, I'd be standing here again as a Wilmot champion, and the first to ever win two WingLESS titles," said Cox, joined by his family including his grandson in the victory celebration. "I have to thank my family, crew and all of my sponsors. This championship is for a dear friend of ours and member of the team, Wendy Chapleau-Suhling, who we lost to cancer this year. This championship is for her."
The final scheduled race night at Wilmot Raceway is the 5th Annual Jim "Wild Man" Watson Classic featuring the WABMAN Dirt Kings Late Model Tour on Saturday, September 10. AutoMeter/Brewington Electric Wisconsin WingLESS Sprints are on the program in a points event for their traveling series. Modifieds, Street Stocks and Bandit 4-Cylinder Stock Cars wind out the on track program for the 1/3-mile clay oval. A weather date is scheduled Sunday, September 11.
In addition, the traditional bike giveaway is scheduled with over 150 bikes to be given away to youngsters in the grandstands. Grandstands open at 4:00 p.m. with on track activity scheduled for 5:00 p.m. and racing slated to get underway about 5:30 p.m. Adult grandstand admission is $25.00 for everyone ages 12 & older, $5.00 ages 7-11, with ages 6 & under admitted free. The pits will open at 2:00 p.m. with all pit passes being $30.00.
For the latest information phone the Wilmot Raceway trackside race line 262-862-2090, or check the track web site wilmotraceway.com or official Wilmot Raceway Facebook page.
Submitted by Mike Babicz.

Media Results for 9/3/2022 at Wilmot Raceway - Wilmot, WI
Wisconsin wingLESS Sprints 34 Entries
A Feature 1 20 Laps | 00:19:58.031
1. 70-Chris Klemko[1]; 2. 7X-Ryan Marshall[4]; 3. 38-Allen Hafford[10]; 4. 09-Clayton Rossmann[5]; 5. 50-Rusty Egan[2]; 6.
40-Tim Cox[6]; 7. 14AJ-John Fahl[8]; 8. 9X-Mike Sullivan[7]; 9. 11D-Derek Crane[15]; 10. 13-CJ Malueg[13]; 11. 36D-Chris
Dodd[14]; 12. 7D-Josh Davidson[17]; 13. 14Z-Ryan Zielski[3]; 14. 91-Jimmy Sivia[19]; 15. 41-Dennis Spitz[12]; 16. 99J-Seth
Johnson[16]; 17. 23Z-Zach Raidart[11]; 18. 24-Eric Wilke[23]; 19. 6-Jake Kouba[20]; 20. 44-Daniel Graumenz[21]; 21.
29OG-Tom Eller[24]; 22. 22-Greg Alt[22]; 23. 13A-Dave Wallace[18]; 24. 89-Nathan Crane[9]
B Feature 1 12 Laps | 00:20:51.138
1. 91-Jimmy Sivia[1]; 2. 6-Jake Kouba[8]; 3. 44-Daniel Graumenz[5]; 4. 22-Greg Alt[2]; 5. 24-Eric Wilke[6]; 6. 29OG-Tom
Eller[13]; 7. 39-William Huck[9]; 8. 7L-Ellie Hensley[10]; 9. 7-Scott Uttech[14]; 10. 4G-George Gaertner III[12]; 11. 29J-Ralph
Johnson[3]; 12. 17-Bryce Andrews[4]; 13. 22C-Hunter Cardinal[16]; 14. 70H-Tate Hensley[15]; 15. 4-Jordan Paulsen[11];
16. 99X-Tom Brown[7]
Heat 1 10 Laps | 00:11:03.256
1. 14AJ-John Fahl[1]; 2. 70-Chris Klemko[2]; 3. 23Z-Zach Raidart[6]; 4. 40-Tim Cox[4]; 5. 36D-Chris Dodd[10]; 6. 99J-Seth
Johnson[5]; 7. 29J-Ralph Johnson[7]; 8. 6-Jake Kouba[11]; 9. 39-William Huck[8]; 10. 91-Jimmy Sivia[3]; 11. 7-Scott
Uttech[12]; 12. 70H-Tate Hensley[9]
Heat 2 10 Laps | 00:10:43.774
1. 38-Allen Hafford[2]; 2. 09-Clayton Rossmann[4]; 3. 14Z-Ryan Zielski[3]; 4. 41-Dennis Spitz[6]; 5. 11D-Derek Crane[11]; 6.
7D-Josh Davidson[8]; 7. 44-Daniel Graumenz[10]; 8. 99X-Tom Brown[9]; 9. 22-Greg Alt[1]; 10. (DNF) 29OG-Tom Eller[7];
11. (DNF) 4-Jordan Paulsen[5]
Heat 3 10 Laps | 00:08:11.920
1. 9X-Mike Sullivan[1]; 2. 7X-Ryan Marshall[4]; 3. 89-Nathan Crane[2]; 4. 13-CJ Malueg[6]; 5. 50-Rusty Egan[3]; 6. 13A-
Dave Wallace[8]; 7. 17-Bryce Andrews[7]; 8. 24-Eric Wilke[5]; 9. 7L-Ellie Hensley[9]; 10. 4G-George Gaertner III[10]; 11.
22C-Hunter Cardinal[11]

 

Eliason finally finds victory lane at Attica; Horstman wraps up 6th NRA title with GLSS win; Foos earns third 305 victory

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Saturday, Sept. 3, 2022

By Brian Liskai

ATTICA, Ohio – Cory Eliason has had a “love/hate” relationship with Attica Raceway Park. The Visalia, California driver has finished on the podium several times over the past couple of years at “Ohio’s Finest Racing” track but just couldn’t seem to find victory lane. That came to an end Saturday, Sept. 2 to wrap up the Attica Ambush weekend as he dominated the 35-lap 410 sprint feature for a $7,000 pay off on Great Lakes Truck Centers/All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads Night.

Eliason, who parted ways a few weeks ago with his All Star Circuit of Champions team, drove the Bernie and Betsy Stuebgen owned Indy Race Parts backed #71 to a convincing win, even surviving a restart with just four laps to go. Eliason joked in the past he was going to get to Attica early to have a talk with the track for better results.

“We got here at 4:30…maybe I was doing it all wrong, maybe I got here early and tried to talk to it and just made it mad…just needed to let do its thing. It’s a good feeling…this place eluded me. We’ve had two or three speedweek times where we’ve run second and just ran second earlier this year. I can’t thank Bernie and Betsy enough for giving me this opportunity. It’s been a tough season and it’s a good feeling to know I can still get the job done and do it for them. We couldn’t come out yesterday because Bernie has a business and he has work to do…he has to stay and work to pay the bills,” said Eliason.

“I got to lapped traffic and the track got dirtier and I kind of started searching and I knew I wasn’t as quick as I was in clean air. I didn’t know how big a lead I had. I knew Tim (Shaffer) was quick in the heat race and I had a good battle with him for quite awhile and I knew he was going to be coming. I just kept going as hard as I could. I’m thankful for those yellows. That last one I had gotten to three lapped cars racing middle, top and bottom and I didn’t really know where to go. I haven’t really gotten along with this place over the years but it goes to show if you keep pursuing it it will get better,” added Eliason.

With his sixth place finish Cole Macedo pads his lead in the All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads/Kistler Racing Products Attica Fremont Championship Series presented by the Baumann Auto Group heading into the championship weekend.

After a tremendous battle early with Tyler Rankin, Cloverdale, Ohio’s Jared Horstman took the lead for good on lap 13 of the 25-lap Great Lakes Super Sprints feature and drove to his second career 360 win at Attica. The victory wrapped up the sixth championship of the Ohio Logistics National Racing Alliance Sprint Invaders and was worth $3,000. Also, Elida, Ohio’s Max Stambaugh came home third and claimed the 2022 Great Lakes Super Sprints title.

“The guys back in the pits did a heck of a job putting this thing together. Tyler (Rankin) was good on the top and we crossed slide jobs a few times there and got together down the back stretch…didn’t mean for that to happen. The car was good and can’t complain a bit. This is good tight racing. A good group here with the NRA and GLSS coming together…a fantastic field and great to see this program building,” said Horstman beside his M&W Construction, Miller Construction, T&D Interiors, Scott Miller Trucking backed #17.

Fremont, Ohio’s Matt Foos, Attica’s 2015 dirt truck track champion, took the lead with just six laps to go in the Fremont Fence 305 Sprint feature and held off a charging Paul Weaver who had started 17th, to claim his third victory of the season at Attica and the seventh of his career at the track.

“What a weekend. We will take a second (Friday) and a win! We were all racing hard there and when that caution came out (with four laps to go) I really didn’t even know I was in the lead. This old car carries some torch marks from Tony Beaber and still runs fantastic,” said Foos beside his Level Performance, Mitten Painting, Fremont Fence, Rohr Total Lawn Care, DJ Johnson & Family, M&L Excavating, Level Utilities, Chuck’s Budget Brakes, The Car Spa, Berryman Racing Shocks, Kear’s Speed Shop, 818 Club backed #12.

Weaver’s big run to second pads his point lead in the NAPA of Bryan AFCS presented by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales heading to championship weekend.

In the 35-lap Callie’s Performance Products 410 Sprint feature, Eliason grabbed the early lead over Byron Reed, Zeth Sabo, Friday night’s winner Tim Shaffer, Cole Macedo and Travis Philo. After a lap one caution, Shaffer took third and pressured Reed for second as Eliason pulled away.

Just as Eliason got to lapped traffic on lap eight a caution flew as he led Reed, Shaffer, Sabo, Philo, Cole Macedo and Cale Thomas. When the race resumed Eliason again pulled away from Reed and Shaffer and Thomas vaulted into the fourth spot.

As Eliason prepared to enter heavy lapped traffic again on lap 16 the caution flew followed by a red as Philo spun battling for fourth with DJ Foos with no place to go, flipping off turn two (he was not injured).

Once again on the restart Eliason pulled away from Reed as Shaffer and Trey Jacobs battled for thirds. With four laps to go Jacobs would spin setting up a four lap battle to the checkers. Eliason got a great restart and drove away to the win over Shaffer, Reed, Thomas and Chris Andrews.

Tylar Rankin jumped into the lead of the GLSS feature over Stambaugh, Horstman Zane DeVault, Dan McCarron and Hud Horton. Horstman began pressuring Stambaugh for second on lap five right before a red on lap seven for a flipping Dustin Daggett who was uninjured.

On the restart Horstman took second and drove to Rankin’s inside for the lead as the pair made heavy contact down the back stretch but kept rolling. Rankin and Horstman traded sliders lap after lap until there were 12 to go when Horstman solidified his position at the front. A red for a tip over by Bryan Sebetto on lap 14 kept the field close.

On the ensuing restart McCarron took second from Rankin but Horstman was pulling away. McCarron closed the final four laps but Horstman drove to the win. Stambaugh, Phil Gressman and Rankin rounded out the top five.

Matt Lucius grabbed the early lead of the 25-lap 305 sprint A-main over Kody Brewer, Mike Keegan, Kasey Jedrzejek and Steve Rando. A caution on lap three saw the restart order of Lucius, Keegan, Brewer and Jedrzejek who took third a circuit later. Keegan took the lead on lap 12 but had a challenge from Lucius and Jedrzejek

With 10 laps to go it was a great four car battle for the lead involving Keegan, Jedrzejek, Jamie Miller and Foos who had started eighth. Jedrzejek, who won his first Attica feature the previous Friday, grabbed the top spot on lap 17 only to see Foos use lapped traffic to seize the top spot on lap 19.

After a caution for second running Jedrzejek with four laps to go, the restart would see Foos lead Weaver who drove through the pack from his 17th starting position. Foos was not to be denied as he took the checkers over Weaver, Keegan, Miller and Brewer.

Attica Raceway Park will wrap up the 2022 season on Friday, Sept. 9 for Kistler Racing Products/Jon Wright’s Custom Chrome Plating presents the Mark Keegan Classic Season Championship Night (rain date of Sept. 16). The AFCS 410 sprints will pay $4,000 to win while the UMP late models will battle for $2,000 to win and the AFCS 305 sprints going for $1,000 to win.

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Attica Raceway Park

Saturday, Sept. 3, 2022

410 Sprints – Callies Performance Products

Qualifying

1.45-Tim Shaffer, 12.878; 2.18-Cole Macedo, 13.009; 3.71-Cory Eliason, 13.050; 4.5T-Travis Philo, 13.061; 5.99-Skyler Gee, 13.149; 6.16-DJ Foos, 13.168; 7.16C-Tylar Rankin, 13.185; 8.3J-Trey Jacobs, 13.275; 9.68G-Tyler Gunn, 13.386; 10.24D-Danny Sams, 13.410; 11.33W-Caleb Griffith, 13.454; 12.23-Chris Andrews, 13.473; 13.29-Zeth Sabo, 13.498; 14.25R-Jordan Ryan, 13.527; 15.2-Ricky Peterson, 13.601; 16.35-Stuart Brubaker, 13.643; 17.12G-Corbin Gurley, 13.791; 18.47BC-Emerson Axsom, 13.848; 19.2+-Brian Smith, 13.887; 20.49X-Cale Thomas, 13.937; 21.11N-Ayrton Olsen, 14.040; 22.49I-John Ivy, 14.103; 23.5-Byron Reed, 14.164; 24.15K-Creed Kemenah, 14.259; 25.12-Kyle Capodice, 14.341; 26.00-Jake Hesson, 14.503; 27.75-Jerry Dahms, 14.550; 28.7N-Darin Naida, 14.593; 29.25-Chris Myers, 14.620; 30.101-Scott Bogucki, 14.721; 31.1M-Jamie Myers, 14.932; 32.6J-Jonah Aumend, 15.419;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 16-DJ Foos[2] ; 2. 18-Cole Macedo[4] ; 3. 23-Chris Andrews[5] ; 4. 5T-Travis Philo[3] ; 5. 49I-John Ivy[7] ; 6. 16C-Tylar Rankin[1] ; 7. 12G-Corbin Gurley[6] ; 8. 75-Jerry Dahms[8]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 25R-Jordan Ryan[1] ; 2. 29-Zeth Sabo[2] ; 3. 33W-Caleb Griffith[3] ; 4. 3J-Trey Jacobs[4] ; 5. 2+-Brian Smith[5] ; 6. 12-Kyle Capodice[8] ; 7. 11N-Ayrton Olsen[6] ; 8. 15K-Creed Kemenah[7]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 99-Skyler Gee[2] ; 2. 45-Tim Shaffer[4] ; 3. 71-Cory Eliason[3] ; 4. 24D-Danny Sams[5] ; 5. 2-Ricky Peterson[6] ; 6. 101-Scott Bogucki[8] ; 7. 35-Stuart Brubaker[7] ; 8. 68G-Tyler Gunn[1]

Heat 4, Group D - (8 Laps)

1. 49X-Cale Thomas[3] ; 2. 5-Byron Reed[2] ; 3. 00-Jake Hesson[1] ; 4. 47BC-Emerson Axsom[4] ; 5. 7N-Darin Naida[5] ; 6. 25-Chris Myers[6] ; 7. 1M-Jamie Myers[7] ; 8. 6J-Jonah Aumend[8]

B-Main 1 - (8 Laps)

1. 49I-John Ivy[1] ; 2. 2-Ricky Peterson[2] ; 3. 35-Stuart Brubaker[6] ; 4. 16C-Tylar Rankin[3] ; 5. 12G-Corbin Gurley[5] ; 6. 75-Jerry Dahms[7] ; 7. 101-Scott Bogucki[4] ; 8. 68G-Tyler Gunn[8]

B-Main 2 - (8 Laps)

1. 7N-Darin Naida[2] ; 2. 2+-Brian Smith[1] ; 3. 12-Kyle Capodice[3] ; 4. 11N-Ayrton Olsen[5] ; 5. 15K-Creed Kemenah[7] ; 6. 25-Chris Myers[4] ; 7. 1M-Jamie Myers[6] ; 8. 6J-Jonah Aumend[8]

A-Main 1 - (35 Laps)

1. 71-Cory Eliason[2] ; 2. 45-Tim Shaffer[4] ; 3. 5-Byron Reed[1] ; 4. 49X-Cale Thomas[10] ; 5. 23-Chris Andrews[11] ; 6. 18-Cole Macedo[6] ; 7. 29-Zeth Sabo[3] ; 8. 47BC-Emerson Axsom[16] ; 9. 99-Skyler Gee[9] ; 10. 33W-Caleb Griffith[12] ; 11. 2-Ricky Peterson[19] ; 12. 3J-Trey Jacobs[14] ; 13. 49I-John Ivy[17] ; 14. 16-DJ Foos[5] ; 15. 2+-Brian Smith[20] ; 16. 7N-Darin Naida[18] ; 17. 24D-Danny Sams[15] ; 18. 5T-Travis Philo[8] ; 19. 12-Kyle Capodice[22] ; 20. 35-Stuart Brubaker[21] ; 21. 25R-Jordan Ryan[7] ; 22. 00-Jake Hesson[13]

305 Sprints – Fremont Fence

Qualifying

1.12-Matt Foos, 14.262; 2.31-Paul Weaver, 14.292; 3.X-Mike Keegan, 14.311; 4.5i-John Ivy, 14.340; 5.3F-Wade Fraley, 14.381; 6.5K-Kasey Jedrzejek, 14.394; 7.28-Shawn Valenti, 14.412; 8.5-Kody Brewer, 14.472; 9.3X-Brandon Riehl, 14.493; 10.19R-Steve Rando, 14.502; 11.26-Jamie Miller, 14.523; 12.47-Matt Lucius, 14.530; 13.51M-Haldon Miller, 14.548; 14.16-Bryan Sebetto, 14.585; 15.15K-Creed Kemenah, 14.613; 16.34-Jud Dickerson, 14.684; 17.22-Justin Lusk, 14.687; 18.20I-Kelsey Ivy, 14.690; 19.9R-Logan Riehl, 14.777; 20.13S-Drew Siferd, 14.808; 21.48-Mike Burkin, 14.822; 22.10TS-Tyler Schiets, 14.839; 23.7M-Brandon Moore, 14.880; 24.3M-Logan Mongeau, 14.900; 25.5JR-Jim McGrath Jr., 14.923; 26.77X-Jamin Kindred, 15.024; 27.63-Randy Ruble, 15.039; 28.13-Jeremy Duposki, 15.048; 29.86-Zack Miller, 15.269; 30.23-Ron Hamlin, 15.571;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 47-Matt Lucius[2] ; 2. 15K-Creed Kemenah[1] ; 3. 3F-Wade Fraley[4] ; 4. 28-Shawn Valenti[3] ; 5. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[5] ; 6. 48-Mike Burkin[6] ; 7. 63-Randy Ruble[7] ; 8. 86-Zack Miller[8]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 5K-Kasey Jedrzejek[1] ; 2. 19R-Steve Rando[6] ; 3. 5i-John Ivy[2] ; 4. X-Mike Keegan[3] ; 5. 31-Paul Weaver[4] ; 6. 16-Bryan Sebetto[7] ; 7. 3X-Brandon Riehl[5] ; 8. 3M-Logan Mongeau[8]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 22-Justin Lusk[1] ; 2. 26-Jamie Miller[3] ; 3. 51M-Haldon Miller[2] ; 4. 5-Kody Brewer[4] ; 5. 7M-Brandon Moore[5] ; 6. 77X-Jamin Kindred[6] ; 7. 23-Ron Hamlin[7]

Heat 4, Group D - (8 Laps)

1. 12-Matt Foos[4] ; 2. 9R-Logan Riehl[2] ; 3. 5JR-Jim McGrath Jr.[6] ; 4. 13S-Drew Siferd[1] ; 5. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[5] ; 6. 34-Jud Dickerson[3] ; 7. 13-Jeremy Duposki[7]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)

1. 31-Paul Weaver[2] ; 2. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[1] ; 3. 16-Bryan Sebetto[6] ; 4. 7M-Brandon Moore[3] ; 5. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[4] ; 6. 3X-Brandon Riehl[10] ; 7. 63-Randy Ruble[9] ; 8. 34-Jud Dickerson[8] ; 9. 3M-Logan Mongeau[14] ; 10. 13-Jeremy Duposki[12] ; 11. 77X-Jamin Kindred[7] ; 12. 23-Ron Hamlin[11] ; 13. 48-Mike Burkin[5] ; 14. 86-Zack Miller[13]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 12-Matt Foos[8] ; 2. 31-Paul Weaver[17] ; 3. X-Mike Keegan[3] ; 4. 26-Jamie Miller[7] ; 5. 5-Kody Brewer[1] ; 6. 19R-Steve Rando[5] ; 7. 3F-Wade Fraley[11] ; 8. 16-Bryan Sebetto[19] ; 9. 9R-Logan Riehl[10] ; 10. 15K-Creed Kemenah[9] ; 11. 5JR-Jim McGrath Jr.[14] ; 12. 3X-Brandon Riehl[22] ; 13. 7M-Brandon Moore[20] ; 14. 5i-John Ivy[12] ; 15. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[18] ; 16. 47-Matt Lucius[2] ; 17. 22-Justin Lusk[4] ; 18. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[21] ; 19. 51M-Haldon Miller[13] ; 20. 5K-Kasey Jedrzejek[6] ; 21. 28-Shawn Valenti[15] ; 22. 13S-Drew Siferd[16]

GLSS – 360 Sprints

Qualifying 1 | 00:01:08.368

1. 66-Chase Dunham, 00:13.287[8]; 2. 18-Cole Macedo, 00:13.370[14]; 3. 16C-Tylar Rankin, 00:13.576[17]; 4. 24D-Danny Sams III, 00:13.681[5]; 5. 16B-Zane DeVault, 00:13.688[16]; 6. 7C-Phil Gressman, 00:13.782[12]; 7. 24-Kobe Allison, 00:13.785[15]; 8. 6-Hud Horton, 00:13.827[3]; 9. 01-Ryan Ruhl, 00:13.904[11]; 10. 5J-Jake Hesson, 00:14.039[10]; 11. 5M-Steve Irwin, 00:14.081[18]; 12. 85-Dustin Daggett, 00:14.154[6]; 13. 23-Devon Dobie, 00:14.159[1]; 14. X-Mike Keegan, 00:14.187[13]; 15. 1M-Brandon Moore, 00:14.444[2]; 16. 5NC-Jac Nickles, 00:14.477[7]; 17. 70-Eli Lakin, 00:14.545[9]; 18. 88N-Frank Neill, 00:14.604[4]

Qualifying 2 | 00:01:06.177

1. 28-Shawn Valenti, 00:13.696[1]; 2. 27-Brad Lamberson, 00:13.733[6]; 3. 71H-Max Stambaugh, 00:13.917[4]; 4. 17-Jared Horstman, 00:13.951[14]; 5. 2-Kyle Sauder, 00:14.067[13]; 6. 22M-Dan McCarron, 00:14.089[5]; 7. 29-Bryan Sebetto, 00:14.126[12]; 8. 46-Ryan Coniam, 00:14.250[9]; 9. 86-Keith Sheffer Jr, 00:14.269[8]; 10. 26-Jamie Miller, 00:14.399[15]; 11. 11G-Luke Griffith, 00:14.402[3]; 12. 11N-Ed Neumeister, 00:14.404[7]; 13. 55-Matt Cogley, 00:14.486[10]; 14. 5E-Bobby Elliott, 00:14.530[11]; 15. 21M-Adam Cruea, 00:14.649[16]; 16. 11H-Caleb Harmon, 00:15.025[17]; 17. 51-Garrett Craine, 00:15.131[2]; 18. 98-Robert Robenalt, 00:15.270[18]

Heat 1 8 Laps | 00:05:08.141

1. 16B-Zane DeVault[2]; 2. 16C-Tylar Rankin[3]; 3. 24-Kobe Allison[1]; 4. 66-Chase Dunham[4]; 5. 5M-Steve Irwin[6]; 6. 01-Ryan Ruhl[5]; 7. 23-Devon Dobie[7]; 8. 1M-Brandon Moore[8]; 9. 70-Eli Lakin[9]

Heat 2 8 Laps | 00:04:20.127

1. 6-Hud Horton[1]; 2. 18-Cole Macedo[4]; 3. 7C-Phil Gressman[2]; 4. 85-Dustin Daggett[6]; 5. 5J-Jake Hesson[5]; 6. 24D-Danny Sams III[3]; 7. X-Mike Keegan[7]; 8. 88N-Frank Neill[9]; 9. 5NC-Jac Nickles[8]

Heat 3 8 Laps | 00:04:34.784

1. 71H-Max Stambaugh[3]; 2. 29-Bryan Sebetto[1]; 3. 2-Kyle Sauder[2]; 4. 28-Shawn Valenti[4]; 5. 86-Keith Sheffer Jr[5]; 6. 11G-Luke Griffith[6]; 7. 21M-Adam Cruea[8]; 8. 55-Matt Cogley[7]; 9. 51-Garrett Craine[9]

Heat 4 8 Laps | 00:06:22.199

1. 17-Jared Horstman[3]; 2. 22M-Dan McCarron[2]; 3. 46-Ryan Coniam[1]; 4. 27-Brad Lamberson[4]; 5. 5E-Bobby Elliott[7]; 6. 26-Jamie Miller[5]; 7. 11H-Caleb Harmon[8]; 8. 11N-Ed Neumeister[6]; 9. 98-Robert Robenalt[9]

B Feature 1 10 Laps | 00:05:13.876

1. 5M-Steve Irwin[1]; 2. 11G-Luke Griffith[4]; 3. 01-Ryan Ruhl[3]; 4. 23-Devon Dobie[5]; 5. 86-Keith Sheffer Jr[2]; 6. 1M-Brandon Moore[7]; 7. 21M-Adam Cruea[6]; 8. 70-Eli Lakin[9]; 9. 55-Matt Cogley[8]; 10. 51-Garrett Craine[10]

B Feature 2 10 Laps | 00:11:54.543

1. 5J-Jake Hesson[1]; 2. 24D-Danny Sams III[3]; 3. 26-Jamie Miller[4]; 4. 5E-Bobby Elliott[2]; 5. 11H-Caleb Harmon[6]; 6. 88N-Frank Neill[7]; 7. 5NC-Jac Nickles[9]; 8. 11N-Ed Neumeister[8]; 9. X-Mike Keegan[5]; 10. 98-Robert Robenalt[10]

A Feature 1 25 Laps | 00:28:52.053

1. 17-Jared Horstman[4]; 2. 22M-Dan McCarron[2]; 3. 71H-Max Stambaugh[3]; 4. 7C-Phil Gressman[11]; 5. 16C-Tylar Rankin[1]; 6. 28-Shawn Valenti[15]; 7. 66-Chase Dunham[5]; 8. 16B-Zane DeVault[6]; 9. 27-Brad Lamberson[16]; 10. 6-Hud Horton[8]; 11. 26-Jamie Miller[22]; 12. 24D-Danny Sams III[20]; 13. 5M-Steve Irwin[17]; 14. 18-Cole Macedo[7]; 15. 11G-Luke Griffith[19]; 16. 5J-Jake Hesson[18]; 17. 46-Ryan Coniam[13]; 18. 24-Kobe Allison[10]; 19. 2-Kyle Sauder[12]; 20. 01-Ryan Ruhl[21]; 21. 29-Bryan Sebetto[9]; 22. 85-Dustin Daggett[14]

 

 

Reutzel and Henderson Earn Victories at Huset's Speedway During Opening Round of The Bull Haulers Brawl Presented by Folkens Bros. Trucking

Inside Line Promotions - BRANDON, S.D. (Sept. 3, 2022) - Aaron Reutzel and Justin Henderson produced feature triumphs on Saturday evening during the opening night of The Bull Haulers Brawl presented by Folkens Bros. Trucking.

It marked the first win of the season at Huset's Speedway for both drivers.

Reutzel wired the field during the Buffalo Wild Wings Northern Outlaw Sprint Association and Casey's 410 Sprint Cars presented by Big Frig 25-lap main event.

A pair of red flags within the first two laps and cautions on Lap 8 and Lap 16 brought the field to the rear bumper of Reutzel, who powered away on each restart while riding the cushion around the high-banked track. Traffic allowed Carson McCarl early and Jack Dover late to reel in Reutzel, who held onto the point to win by 0.829 seconds.

Ian Madsen capitalized on a last-lap slide job in turns three and four to get by Dover for the runner-up position. Mark Dobmeier hustled from 14 th to fourth and Riley Goodno rounded out the top five.

Reutzel set quick time during qualifying before Tim Estenson, Dover and Brendan Mullen posted heat race victories.

Henderson led all 20 laps of the Midwest Power Series and Midwest Sprint Touring Series main event, holding off Kaleb Johnson by 0.700 seconds.

The feature was slowed by a caution on Lap 8 and a red flag on Lap 9. Otherwise it was smooth sailing for Henderson, who efficiently navigated traffic en route to the 360ci winged sprint car triumph.

Matt Juhl placed third with Eric Lutz ending fourth. Goodno, who started 14 th, executed a last-lap pass on Dover to secure the fifth-place finish.

The heat races were won by Juhl, Lutz, Brooke Tatnell and Christopher Thram. Clint Garner was the B Main winner.

The season concludes at Huset's Speedway on Sunday. The Bull Haulers Brawl presented by Folkens Bros. Trucking features the Buffalo Wild Wings Northern Outlaw Sprint Association and Casey's 410 Sprint Cars presented by Big Frig, the Midwest Power Series and Midwest Sprint Touring Series 360 sprint cars and the Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks.

The gates open at 4:30 p.m. with Opening Ceremonies scheduled for 7:30 p.m.

BULL HAULERS BRAWL PRESENTED BY FOLKENS BROS. TRUCKING RACE RESULTS AT HUSET'S SPEEDWAY (Sept. 3, 2022) -

Buffalo Wild Wings Northern Outlaw Sprint Association/Casey's 410 Sprint Cars presented by Big Frig

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 8-Aaron Reutzel (1); 2. 2KS-Ian Madsen (5); 3. 81-Jack Dover (4); 4. 13-Mark Dobmeier (14); 5. 22-Riley Goodno (3); 6. 27-Carson McCarl (2); 7. 16-Brooke Tatnell (6); 8. 88-Austin McCarl (11); 9. 8H-Jade Hastings (12); 10. 7-Justin Henderson (22); 11. 11M-Brendan Mullen (10); 12. 14T-Tim Estenson (9); 13. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (21); 14. 4-Cody Hansen (17); 15. 09-Matt Juhl (7); 16. 51A-Elliot Amdahl (13); 17. (DNF) 101-Chuck McGillivray (18); 18. (DNF) 7W-Dustin Selvage (20); 19. (DNF) 9N-Wade Nygaard (8); 20. (DNF) 10J-Justin Jacobsma (15); 21. (DNF) 14-Jody Rosenboom (16); 22. (DNF) 3P-Sawyer Phillips (19).

Fatheadz Eyewear Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 14T-Tim Estenson (1); 2. 8-Aaron Reutzel (4); 3. 09-Matt Juhl (2); 4. 27-Carson McCarl (3); 5. 13-Mark Dobmeier (6); 6. 51A-Elliot Amdahl (5); 7. 7W-Dustin Selvage (8); 8. 3P-Sawyer Phillips (7).

KND Safety Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 81-Jack Dover (2); 2. 16-Brooke Tatnell (4); 3. 88-Austin McCarl (5); 4. 9N-Wade Nygaard (3); 5. 4-Cody Hansen (7); 6. 14-Jody Rosenboom (6).

Smith TI Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. 11M-Brendan Mullen (1); 2. 2KS-Ian Madsen (3); 3. 8H-Jade Hastings (6); 4. 22-Riley Goodno (4); 5. 101-Chuck McGillivray (7); 6. 10J-Justin Jacobsma (5); 7. (DNF) 22K-Kaleb Johnson (2).

Nordica Warehouses Qualifying (2 Laps): 1. 8-Aaron Reutzel, 00:10.744 (3); 2. 16-Brooke Tatnell, 00:10.880 (15); 3. 22-Riley Goodno, 00:10.923 (2); 4. 27-Carson McCarl, 00:10.954 (4); 5. 9N-Wade Nygaard, 00:10.956 (19); 6. 2KS-Ian Madsen, 00:10.969 (11); 7. 09-Matt Juhl, 00:10.976 (21); 8. 81-Jack Dover, 00:11.005 (6); 9. 22K-Kaleb Johnson, 00:11.019 (14); 10. 14T-Tim Estenson, 00:11.059 (9); 11. 7-Justin Henderson, 00:11.061 (17); 12. 11M-Brendan Mullen, 00:11.096 (5); 13. 51A-Elliot Amdahl, 00:11.098 (1); 14. 88-Austin McCarl, 00:11.143 (8); 15. 10J-Justin Jacobsma, 00:11.161 (7); 16. 13-Mark Dobmeier, 00:11.165 (20); 17. 14-Jody Rosenboom, 00:11.179 (10); 18. 8H-Jade Hastings, 00:11.195 (18); 19. 3P-Sawyer Phillips, 00:11.203 (22); 20. 4-Cody Hansen, 00:11.208 (13); 21. 101-Chuck McGillivray, 00:11.215 (12); 22. 7W-Dustin Selvage, 00:11.276 (16).

Midwest Sprint Touring Series/Midwest Power Series 360 Sprint Cars

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 83-Justin Henderson (1); 2. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (4); 3. 09-Matt Juhl (7); 4. 5-Eric Lutz (2); 5. 22X-Riley Goodno (14); 6. 53-Jack Dover (3); 7. 14T-Brooke Tatnell (8); 8. 20-Brant O'Banion (10); 9. 13MJ-Brandon Halverson (6); 10. 24T-Christopher Thram (5); 11. 2-Chase Porter (12); 12. 4-Cody Hansen (18); 13. 24N-Nathan Mills (9); 14. 33-James Broty (16); 15. 5J-Javen Ostermann (20); 16. 40-Clint Garner (21); 17. 12-Troy Schreurs (24); 18. 22-Ryan Leavitt (19); 19. 83H-Sam Henderson (23); 20. 10J-Justin Jacobsma (15); 21. (DNF) 5F-Brady Forbrook (17); 22. (DNF) 22W-Aaron Werner (22); 23. (DNF) 23W-Scott Winters (13); 24. (DNF) 14-Jody Rosenboom (11).

B Feature (12 Laps): 1. 40-Clint Garner (1); 2. 22W-Aaron Werner (2); 3. 83H-Sam Henderson (4); 4. 12-Troy Schreurs (7); 5. 8-Micah Slendy (6); 6. 18-Tyler Rabenberg (8); 7. 18D-Dalton Domagala (5); 8. (DNF) 10-Lincoln Drewis (13); 9. (DNF) 5W-Bill Wiese (9); 10. (DNF) 07-Zackary Nelson (3); 11. (DNF) 105-Cody Ihlen (11).

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 09-Matt Juhl (4); 2. 13MJ-Brandon Halverson (3); 3. 53-Jack Dover (5); 4. 22X-Riley Goodno (6); 5. 20-Brant O'Banion (9); 6. 40-Clint Garner (7); 7. 18-Tyler Rabenberg (1); 8. 12-Troy Schreurs (8).

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 5-Eric Lutz (4); 2. 2-Chase Porter (1); 3. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (5); 4. 10J-Justin Jacobsma (6); 5. 14-Jody Rosenboom (9); 6. 18D-Dalton Domagala (3); 7. 07-Zackary Nelson (8); 8. 5W-Bill Wiese (2); 9. (DNF) 105-Cody Ihlen (7).

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 14T-Brooke Tatnell (1); 2. 83-Justin Henderson (5); 3. 33-James Broty (3); 4. 22-Ryan Leavitt (4); 5. 5J-Javen Ostermann (6); 6. 22W-Aaron Werner (7); 7. 83H-Sam Henderson (8); 8. 16-Bobby Rawson (2).

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 24T-Christopher Thram (1); 2. 24N-Nathan Mills (2); 3. 23W-Scott Winters (4); 4. 5F-Brady Forbrook (5); 5. 4-Cody Hansen (7); 6. 8-Micah Slendy (3); 7. (DNF) 33B-Scott Broty (6).

2022 HUSET'S SPEEDWAY WEEKLY DIVISION FEATURE WINNERS -

Casey's 410 Sprint Cars presented by Big Frig:

Brooke Tatnell - 2 (June 12 and July 24); Ryan Timms - 2 (May 29 and June 19); Corey Day - 1 (Aug. 28);Mark Dobmeier - 1 (July 17);Lynton Jeffrey - 1 (May 15);Parker Price-Miller - 1 (May 8);Aaron Reutzel - 1 (Sept. 3); and Giovanni Scelzi - 1 (May 22)

Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series :

Brandon Bosma - 3 (May 8, June 19 and July 24); Dusty Ballenger - 2 (July 17 and Aug. 28); Jack Berger - 1 (July 8);Lee Goos Jr. - 1 (May 22);Sam Henderson - 1 (June 12); and Trevor Serbus - 1 (May 15)

Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks:

Matt Steuerwald - 3 (May 8, June 23 and Aug. 28); Eric Moser - 2 (June 24 and July 17); Zach Olivier - 2 (May 22 and June 19); Colby Klaassen - 1 (June 12);Shaun Taylor - 1 (July 24); and Cory Yeigh - 1 (May 15)

UP NEXT -

Sunday for the Bull Haulers Brawl presented by Folkens Bros. Trucking featuring the Buffalo Wild Wings Northern Outlaw Sprint Association and Casey's 410 Sprint Cars presented by Big Frig and the Midwest Power Series and Midwest Sprint Touring Series 360 sprint cars plus the Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks

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Arenz earns first MSA Harry Neitzel Tribute triumph at Dodge County Fairgrounds Speedway

(PEDAL DOWN PROMOTIONS) September 2, 2022 – Defending Midwest Sprint Car Association champion and current point leader Travis Arenz of Sheboygan earned his seventh Akright Auto Midwest Sprint Car Association 360 Sprint Car A-main victory of the 2022 season, while etching his name on the distinguished list of winners of the Harry Neitzel Tribute race Friday, Sept. 2 at the Dodge County Fairgrounds Speedway in Beaver Dam, Wis.

The fifth annual Harry Neitzel Tribute event drew a field of 19 MSA 360 Sprint Cars to the sprawling “horsepower half mile” Dodge County Fairgrounds Speedway facility to compete in honor of Neitzel, who was one of the MSA’s biggest and most beloved supporters.

In the 20-lap main event, five-time MSA champion and inaugural 2017 Harry Neitzel Tribute winner Kurt Davis of South Milwaukee jumped into the lead on the drop of the green flag from the pole position.

Meanwhile, sixth starter Tim Haddy of Waupun rode the high groove into second place in turn four on the opening circuit. On lap 2, 2011 MSA champ Ben Schmidt of Plymouth, who started fourth, worked his way past Haddy into second before moving in to challenge Davis for the top spot along the low line on lap 3.

As Davis and Schmidt continued their side-by-side duel, third starter Travis Arenz moved in to make it a three-way battle for the top spot as the leaders caught the back of the field on lap 7.

The first of two caution flags appeared on lap 8 when Haddy stopped in turn two. On the restart, Arenz made a big move along the low groove to sweep past Schmidt and pressure Davis for the lead.

After hounding Davis for two laps, Arenz bolted into the lead along the high groove of the fast and smooth half-mile clay oval in turn two on lap 10. By lap 15, Arenz had built up a full straightaway cushion over Davis as Schmidt began to challenge for the runner-up spot.

The second and final caution flag appeared on lap 17 when Katelyn Krebsbach of Cascade spun in turn two. With less than five laps remaining, the race resumed following a single-file restart as Arenz maintained the top spot while Schmidt ducked underneath Davis to seize second in turn two.

Arenz held on over the final three laps to secure his first Harry Neitzel Tribute race victory, seventh MSA main event triumph of the 2022 season and 29th career MSA A-main win.

“The car was just perfect,” Arenz said after the race. “It was actually faster at the end of the race, but during the last two laps it started stumbling. I think I was almost out of gas. It means a lot to win this race. I remember Harry [Neitzel] selling me tearoffs back in the day when I raced a four-cylinder car.”

Schmidt placed second, Davis was third, 2005 MSA champion Lance Fassbender of Burnett moved up from the 11th starting spot to finish fourth and fifth starter Tyler Brabant of Waupun placed fifth.

Travis Arenz registered the fastest lap in MSA group qualifying with a time of 19.693.

Tim Haddy and Tyler Brabant posted eight-lap MSA heat race victories.

The MSA 360 Sprint Car Series is scheduled to return to the Dodge County Fairgrounds on Friday, Sept. 23 prior to closing out the 2022 season on Saturday, Sept. 24 during the Wisconsin Sprint Car Championships at The Plymouth Dirt Track in Plymouth, Wis.

For more information on the 2022 Midwest Sprint Car Association season, visit www.msasprints.com or check out the Midwest Sprint Car Association Facebook page.

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Midwest Sprint Car Association Dodge County Fairgrounds Speedway Beaver Dam, Wis. September 2, 2022

QUALIFYING 1, Travis Arenz 19.693 2, Ben Schmidt 19.727 3, Lance Fassbender 19.994 4. Tyler Brabant 20.211 5. Kurt Davis 20.215 6. Tim Haddy 20.255 7, Tyler Davis 20.259 8, Will Gerrits 20.327 9, Katelyn Krebsbach 20.391 10, Chris Clayton 20.516 11, Blake Wondra 20.564 12, Tommy Colburn 20.637 13, Bill Taylor 20.678 14, Justin Erickson 20.716 15, Justin Miller 20.727 16, Chris Larson 20.924 17, Kevin Seidler 21.455 18, J.J. Pagel 21.527 19, Tony Wondra no time.

HEAT 1 1, Tim Haddy 2, Ben Schmidt 3, Kurt Davis 4, Justin Miller 5, Blake Wondra 6, Chris Larson 7, Katelyn Krebsbach 8, Kevin Seidler 9, Will Gerrits 10, J.J. Pagel.

HEAT 2 1, Tyler Brabant 2, Travis Arenz 3, Tyler Davis 4, Lance Fassbender 5, Tommy Colburn 6, Chris Clayton 7, Justin Erickson 8, Tony Wondra 9, Bill Taylor.

A MAIN 1, Travis Arenz 2, Ben Schmidt 3, Kurt Davis 4, Lance Fassbender 5, Tyler Brabant 6, Justin Miller 7, Tyler Davis 8, Chris Larson 9, Justin Erickson 10, Chris Clayton 11, Tony Wondra 12, Blake Wondra 13, Tommy Colburn 14, Katelyn Krebsbach 15, Bill Taylor 16, J.J. Pagel 17, Kevin Seidler 18, Tim Haddy 19, Will Gerrits (DNS).

 

 

BRENT MARKS OPENS "SHARON NATIONALS" WITH $6000 ALL STAR WIN; ROB KRISTYAK ENDS 3+ YR WINLESS DROUGHT IN RUSH SPORTMAN MOD TOUR; 1ST STOCK WIN FOR SCOTT STIFFLER

 September 2, 2022

By Mike Leone

(Hartford, OH)…Sharon Speedway kicked off night one of the return of the "Sharon Nationals" after 17 years on Friday night as it was the 14th straight event completed during the 93rd anniversary season. Celebrating with wins in the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply victory lane were Brent Marks-Tezos All Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Cars, Rob Kristyak-HTMA/Precise Racing Products RUSH Sportsman Modified Flynn's Tire Touring Series, and Scott Stiffler-Gibson Insurance Agency Pro Stocks. There were 87 cars in the pit area for the three-division show on Bala Management Night.

After losing the April 30 All Star event on the final lap to Cap Henry, Brent Marks redeemed himself with an impressive first career Sharon win to open the "Sharon Nationals". Marks took the lead from Bill Balog on eight, fended off a mid-race challenge by Dale Blaney, then kept 11th starting Tyler Courtney at bay in the closing laps for the $6,000 win in the 30-lap feature. For Marks, it was his fourth All Star win of the season and 15th overall in "410" Sprint Car competition part of his career best season.

“I knew it had to be close,” stated the 31-year-old Myerstown, Pa standout. “We had one heck of a night. Forced to bounce back after a crash during qualifying, the guys busted their butts to get us back out there for the heat race. The driveline was still bent after the heat so we had to come back and replace that. I’m just so thankful for them to work their butts off to get us back to where we are now. With so much going on, we really didn’t get a chance to analyze any setups. It wasn’t until after the dash that we got a chance to kinda sit down and discuss our approach. Even at that point, we were still kinda guessing on what this thing needed.”

After an opening lap flip by Kyle Reinhardt, Balog used the outside to pass pole-sitter Marks for the early lead, while Dale Blaney passed his brother Dave for third. The Blaneys continued their battle over the next several laps. Meanwhile, the battle for the lead heated up as Balog and Marks raced side-by-side with Balog up top and Marks on the bottom. Marks snuck past Balog off the bottom of turn four for the winning move on lap eight before a caution for George Hobaugh. Two laps later, Dave Blaney, Zeb Wise, and Justin Peck, who were running fourth through sixth, got collected in a turn two melee to bring out the final caution of the event.

When green replaced yellow, Dale Blaney drove under Balog for second on lap 11. The "Low Rider" then caught Marks on lap 14, while Courtney entered the picture challenging Balog for third. Courtney and Balog put on an excellent side-by-side battle for five laps before Courtney got by for good on lap 18. Back up front, Blaney was all over Marks on laps 19 and 20. Marks caught traffic on lap 21 and was able to gap Blaney, who had his hands full with Courtney. Courtney slipped past Blaney on lap 23 for second then went after Marks.

Marks though was able to make the right moves in lapped traffic and took the checkered flag first for his eighth career All Star win by 1.584 seconds in the Murray-Marks Motorsports, M&M Painting & Construction/BAPS Paint/Fredericksburg Eagle Hotel-sponsored #19. Courtney's runner-up finish allowed him to extend his All Stars points lead over Peck, who failed to finish the feature. Balog got by Blaney on lap 24 to finish third. Dale Blaney was fourth in his first All Star race in more than a year. Hunter Schuerenberg went 10th to fifth.

After winning the season opener at Sharon, Henry had a strong sixth after starting 17th! A.J. Flick was eighth and earned a $150 bonus from Mobile Bail Bonds for being the highest eligible local finisher. Rico Abreu was ninth after starting 15th. Wise came back to finish 10th.

Marks set fast time overall against the 40-car field in qualifying with a lap of 14.805. Heat winners were Peck, Wise, Balog, and Flick. Marks also won the dash to earn the pole, while Kasey Kahne won the last chance B main in his first All Star and Sharon start of 2022.

Rob Kristyak ended a winless drought of more than three years at Sharon with a dominating performance in the 25-lap HTMA/Precise Racing Products feature presented by Jerry Rents LLC. Kristyak, who owns 11 career Big-Block Modified wins, led wire-to-wire taking the $1,000 victory by nearly six seconds in the non-stop feature timed in 8:22.894. Kristyak became the fourth different Flynn's Tire Touring Series winner in as many 2022 races as he also ended more than a three-year winless drought in the Tour with his first win since July 11, 2019 at Expo Speedway.

"I needed that to go green-to-checkered," acknowledged the 44-year-old Bristolville, Ohio veteran. "I knew Tony (Tatgenhorst) would be coming on the low side. I told the pit crew before I went out that I just needed to drive slow and don't go to the high side. Thank you to Jerry Schaffer for the extra money, Vicki (Emig), and Sharon Speedway for putting this on. We picked up a new sponsor this year, Bala Management with Scott Thompson- hopefully he's up there. I have to thank all my sponsors, my wife, son, and everyone that helps me. I have to thank my guys for sticking with me; I could take them anywhere."

Kristyak used the outside to power past Doug Rutana on the start with Tony Tatgenhorst following in second. By lap two, the top two of Kristyak and Tatgenhorst quickly began to distance themselves from the field, while Cole Edwards moved into the top five by passing Bill Cunningham. Kristyak pulled away from Tatgenhorst on lap eight and caught lapped traffic on lap 12; meanwhile, Rutana was trying to fend off Todd English and Edwards in the battle for third.

Lapped traffic didn't slow Kristyak during the second half of the event as he pulled away and took the checkered flag first by a commanding 5.761 seconds in his Mark Thomas Ford/Jeff's Towing & Auto Repair/Wedge Motorsports/ BALA Management/Bristol Disposal/C&R Tire/Texas Roadhouse Niles-sponsored #00. While the win was Kristyak's ninth of his career in RUSH Sportsman Modified competition, it was just his third at Sharon and first since June 22, 2019 and second of his career with the Touring Series. Kristyak also became the seventh different winner in nine races this year at Sharon.

Tatgenhorst, who won his first career Sharon feature on May 28, was a career best second in Touring Series competition. Rutana's third place was a career best finish for the second year racer. English was fourth. Edwards earned his first career top five finish at Sharon and with the Touring Series in fifth for the 14-year-old second year racer. In addition to the extra $200 to the winner, positions two through five received a $100 bonus from Jerry Schaffer of Jerry Rents.

After struggling in his heat race, Ayden Cipriano, who had won the last two races at Sharon, raced from 15th to sixth and was all over Edwards at the finish. Cipriano, who took over the Flynn's Tire Tour points lead, received a $50 Precise Racing Products gift card and a $100 Summit Racing Equipment gift car for being the hard charger. Kyle Martell was seventh. After a season best fifth place finish last Saturday night at Sharon, Cunningham dropped from fourth to eighth at the finish. Josh Deems was ninth beating out Eric Gabany, who was subbing for Garrett Krummert. Heat winners over the 21-car field were Edwards, Tatgenhorst, and Holden.

Using a car he built from scratch two years ago, Scott Stiffler returned to victory lane for the first time in more than six years at Sharon with his first ever Pro Stock win at the track! Stiffler, a 20-time E-Mod winner, led wire-to-wire in the 20-lap Gibson Insurance Agency feature holding off three-time 2022 winner and former track champion, Curt J. Bish, for the $750 victory.

"I was worried about all the restart but the guy that was helping me called it saying there were going to be some cautions," explained the 52-year-old Farmdale, Ohio racer. "He told me to take care of them (tires) and I did. I heard Bish and saw the 7 (Longwell) was coming and I thought 'it's about to get interesting'- then I quit hearing Bish so that was a good thing. I was entering a little too fast and using the brake to get back down instead of letting it float- that was driver error."

Stiffler took off in the lead from the pole, while Bish passed Brian Carothers for second. Coleton Longwell got into Carothers while making the pass for third on lap four. Will Thomas III then dropped Carothers back another spot when he grabbed fourth on lap five. Thomas slowed with a flat tire bringing out the caution with eight laps completed. A four-car accident on the ensuing restart was the last stoppage as the final 12 laps went green-to-checkered.

Bish pressured Stiffler during the second-half of the feature, but Stiffler was able to hold on by 0.441 seconds for his 21st career win in his Integra Fabricating/Wehrs Machine/Close Racing Supply/Wedge Motorsports/Cyndi's Custom Creations-sponsored #14. Longwell crossed the finish in third, but was disqualified in post-race tech for a deck height violation. Carothers was credited with third.

Steve D'Apolito was fourth after starting eighth. Bobby Whitling was fifth. Thomas came back to finish sixth over Paul Davis. Larry Kugel went 15th to eighth. Jordan Perkins was ninth. Sixteenth starting Jonathan Davis completed the top 10. Heat winners over the 26-car field were Stiffler, Carothers, and Bish.

The "Sharon Nationals" will conclude on Saturday night (September 3) with the 14th annual "Lou Blaney Memorial" paying $12,000 to-win plus the BRP Tour for the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Big-Block Modifieds for $2,500 to-win. Premier Pallet and Ryan Blaney have added a $2,200 bonus to the highest finishing non All Star team, while positions 10-24 (all teams) will receive an extra $100. Bala Management has added $2,000 in bonus monies for the Modifieds. Gates open at 3 p.m. with warmups at 6:30 with qualifying and racing to follow. General admission is $30, kids 13 and under are free, and pit passes are $40.

All Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Cars (30 laps, $6,000 to-win): 1. 19M-BRENT MARKS[1]; 2. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[11]; 3. 17B-Bill Balog[2]; 4. 10B-Dale Blaney[4]; 5. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg[10]; 6. 4-Cap Henry[17]; 7. 2-AJ Flick[7]; 8. 24-Rico Abreu[15]; 9. 26-Zeb Wise[6]; 10. 18-Giovanni Scelzi[9]; 11. 42-Sye Lynch[8]; 12. 11-Anthony Macri[13]; 13. 19-Chris Windom[16]; 14. 97-Greg Wilson[18]; 15. 22-Cole Duncan; 16. 9-Kasey Kahne; 17. 33-Brent Matus[12]; 18. 81-Lee Jacobs; 19. 5K-Adam Kekich[20]; 20. 10-Dave Blaney[3]; 21. 13-Justin Peck[5]; 22. 08-Dan Kuriger[19]; 23. 40-George Hobaugh; 24. 91-Kyle Reinhardt[14].

DNQ for the feature: Cody Bova (20B), Jeremy Weaver (5), Jordan Thomas (17), Bob Felmlee (6), Brandon Spithaler (22), Michael Bauer (46), Brett Brunkenhoefer (47), Carl Bowser (11), Logan McCandless, Ryan Fredericks (22R), Vivian Jones (32V), Conner Morrell (28M), Brandon Matus (13), Darren Pifer (23), Michael Lutz, Jr. (86), David Kalb, Jr. (11J).

HTMA/Precise Racing Products RUSH Sportsman Modified Flynn's Tire Touring Series (25 laps, $1,000 to-win): 1. ROB KRISTYAK (00) 2. Tony Tatgenhorst (63T) 3. Doug Rutana (46R) 4. Todd English (01T) 5. Cole Edwards (29) 6. Ayden Cipriano (5c) 7. Kyle Martell (8) 8. Bill Cunningham (59) 9. Josh Deems (9D) 10. Eric Gabany (JGCP 10s) 11. Ben Easler (02) 12. Kole Holden (2) 13. Nick Ritchey (1R) 14. Dalton Gabriel (333G) 15. Ryan Riffe (21x) 16. Jacob Rutana (57R) 17. Jacob Jordan (28J) 18. Jordan Ehrenberg (JD57) 19. Lucas Canon (2LC) 20. Dave Price (111) 21. Preston Cope (24)-DSQ (rev box).

Gibson Insurance Agency Pro Stocks (20 laps, $750 to-win): 1. 14-Scott Stiffler[1]; 2. 29-Curt J Bish[3]; 3. 02C-Brian Carothers[2]; 4. 84-Steve D'Apolito[8]; 5. 7W-Bobby Whitling[9]; 6. 9-Will Thomas[5]; 7. 3-Paul Davis[12]; 8. 0-Larry Kugel[15]; 9. 13J-Jordan Perkins[10]; 10. 8-Jonathan Davis[16]; 11. 63-Chris McGuire[7]; 12. 11S-Jamie Scharba[26]; 13. 97-Garrett Calvert[13]; 14. 12M-Scott Malone[14]; 15. 17S-Matt Sampson[18]; 16. 05-Ed Bolyard[24]; 17. J19-Jason Fosnaught[6]; 18. 7B-Matt Bernard[21]; 19. 67J-Jamie Duncan[17]; 20. 21-Troy DeZarn[22]; 21. 11-Randy Nagy[20]; 22. 30-Shane Applebee[11]; 23. 7-Coleton Longwell[4]-DSQ (deck height). DNS: Jacob Wheeler (44), Rusty Wheeler (927), Tyler Wyant (24).

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.

 

 

Shaffer honors late Trevor Baker with Attica Ambush win; Missler gets thrilling late model win; Weaver earns last corner last lap 305 victory

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Saturday, Sept. 3, 2022

By Brian Liskai

ATTICA, Ohio – A little over a week ago Ohio sprint driver Trevor Baker – whose cheerful personality made him many friends in the racing community - lost his life in a vehicle crash in Florida. Tim Shaffer and his car owner Bryan Grove paid tribute to Baker Friday, Sept. 2 at Attica Raceway Park, as the Steel City Outlaw and hall of fame driver put the #45 in victory lane to kick off the Attica Ambush on Stillwater Metals/Murphy Tractor and Equipment/Great Lakes Truck Centers/Griff’s Engines and Machine Night.

Because Grove made his sprint car look like Baker’s to honor the Shreve, Ohio driver, many felt Baker’s presence at “Ohio’s Finest Racing” speedplant, including Shaffer.

“That yellow flag helped me out. I had to move around in lapped traffic and I finally messed with the wing. I put it on the high side where Trevor liked to run….he w