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Colby Copeland strikes for Coos Bay Speedway victory Tuesday with SCCT

By Gary Thomas

Coos Bay, Oregon…Roseville’s Colby Copeland started from the pole and dominated the main event en route to his fourth career SCCT victory on Tuesday night at Coos Bay Speedway.

In doing so, the driver of the Van Lare Steering Repair No. 5v machine also took over the Elk Grove Ford Sprint Car Challenge Tour Speedweek point lead with two rounds complete.

“We had a great car tonight and it’s awesome to be up here in victory lane at another Speedweek race,” Copeland said. “I want to thank Jim and Annette Van Lare, the entire 5v team and all you fans for coming out to support tonight’s race.”

Race teams and fans battled through a couple of rain delays early on, before Mother Nature cooperated and allowed things to get underway.

Copeland jumped into the lead at the waving of the green flag in the 35-lapper after claiming the High Sierra Industries Dash and was never seriously challenged. Yuba City driver Seth Standley was on the move early as he took over third on lap five. The 18-year-old then proceeded to slice his way into second with 11 circuits complete.

Another youngster, however, in the form of Arizona racer Corbin Rueschenberg found a nice line a little higher than most and fought his way into second on lap 21. Shortly after that, Standley encountered unfortunate issues that left him parked in turn four.

Copeland easily pulled away from the field over the remaining distance and crossed the stripe for victory. His fourth career SCCT triumph ties him with Andy Forsberg and Rico Abreu on the all-time win list. Rueschenberg came home in second to score his best career SCCT finish.

Auburn’s Andy Forsberg rounded out the podium to snag his second straight top-three result to begin Speedweek. Placerville’s Shane Hopkins put together another fine run in fourth after starting from the outside of row six. It was good enough to net him the Pit Stop USA Hard Charger Award.

Monday night winner Tyler Thompson of Harrisburg, Oregon completed the top-five. Finishing sixth through 10th were Oakley’s Dylan Bloomfield, El Cajon’s Braden Chiaramonte, Langley, BC driver Levi Klatt, Hanford’s Ryan Rocha and Wilton’s Ashlyn Rodriguez.

Heat race wins went to Copeland, Rueschenberg and Seth Standley. Tyler Thompson opened the night by setting a new Coos Bay Speedway track record with a lap of 11.501.

The Elk Grove Ford Sprint Car Challenge Tour will continue Western Sprint Speedweek at The Douglas County Dirt Track in Roseburg, Oregon on Wednesday July 17th.

Results

Sprint Car Challenge Tour –
Coos Bay Speedway
July 16, 2024

A Main 35 Laps

1. 5V-Colby Copeland[1]; 2. 94-Corbin Rueschenberg[2]; 3. 92-Andy Forsberg[3]; 4. 21-Shane Hopkins[12]; 5. 35KM-Tyler Thompson[6]; 6. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[7]; 7. 94TH-Braden Chiaramonte[11]; 8. 77-Levi Klatt[9]; 9. 5R-Ryan Rocha[15]; 10. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez[5]; 11. 5P-RJ McGahuey[13]; 12. 33-Kyle Alberding[8]; 13. 14-Mariah Ede[10]; 14. 75-Brian Boswell[16]; 15. 25S-Seth Standley[4]; 16. 26F-Shane Forte[14]; 17. 54-Drake Standley[17]; 18. 34-TJ Richman[18]

Dash 6 Laps | 00:01:39.670

1. 5V-Colby Copeland[1]; 2. 94-Corbin Rueschenberg[2]; 3. 92-Andy Forsberg[3]; 4. 25S-Seth Standley[4]; 5. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez[5]; 6. 35KM-Tyler Thompson[6]

Heat 1 10 Laps | 00:02:16.444

1. 5V-Colby Copeland[1]; 2. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[2]; 3. 14-Mariah Ede[3]; 4. 35KM-Tyler Thompson[4]; 5. 5P-RJ McGahuey[6]; 6. 75-Brian Boswell[5]

Heat 2 10 Laps | 00:02:11.942

1. 94-Corbin Rueschenberg[1]; 2. 33-Kyle Alberding[3]; 3. 92-Andy Forsberg[4]; 4. 94TH-Braden Chiaramonte[2]; 5. 26F-Shane Forte[6]; 6. 54-Drake Standley[5]

Heat 3 10 Laps | 00:02:19.503

1. 25S-Seth Standley[1]; 2. 77-Levi Klatt[2]; 3. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez[4]; 4. 21-Shane Hopkins[3]; 5. 5R-Ryan Rocha[5]; 6. 34-TJ Richman[6]

Qualifying

1. 35KM-Tyler Thompson, 00:11.501[1]; 2. 92-Andy Forsberg, 00:11.514[16]; 3. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez, 00:11.692[11]; 4. 5V-Colby Copeland, 00:11.710[12]; 5. 94-Corbin Rueschenberg, 00:11.726[6]; 6. 25S-Seth Standley, 00:11.762[15]; 7. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield, 00:11.775[4]; 8. 94TH-Braden Chiaramonte, 00:11.797[5]; 9. 77-Levi Klatt, 00:11.803[13]; 10. 14-Mariah Ede, 00:11.929[2]; 11. 33-Kyle Alberding, 00:12.011[17]; 12. 21-Shane Hopkins, 00:12.042[3]; 13. 75-Brian Boswell, 00:12.069[18]; 14. 54-Drake Standley, 00:12.122[10]; 15. 5R-Ryan Rocha, 00:12.430[8]; 16. 5P-RJ McGahuey, 00:12.511[9]; 17. 26F-Shane Forte, 00:12.627[7]; 18. 34-TJ Richman, 00:12.727[14]

 

 

Paul Nienhiser Rallies Late At Indee For His Fifth Sprint Invaders Victory of 2024

Independence IA (July 16th) - Winning for the fifth time in nine events on the 2024 schedule, it can be said that Chapin, Illinois, driver Paul Nienhiser is having a dominating season with the Mohrfeld Solar Sprint Invaders. However, on Tuesday night at the Independence Motor Speedway, Paul's route to victory lane was anything but easy despite starting from the outside of the front row in the twenty-five lap main event.

Pole-sitter Colton Fisher would battle Nienhiser wheel-to-wheel down the backstretch on the opening lap before sliding up in front of the series point leader to snare the race lead. And then the third-starting Ryan Bunton would soon power under Nienhiser to move to second before taking up the chase on the leader. As the top two closed in on the back of the field on lap ten, Bunton was able to pull even with the rim riding Fisher in turn four only to have Colton ward him off and that same scenario would play out again on lap eleven with Fisher now having to deal with the soon to be lapped cars as well as the challenge from Bunton.

As Colton scored what would have been lap thirteen, he would drop his right rear wheel off the lip of the banked front stretch and that would then steer him off the track and into a wild spin that would see him get on his side before slamming into the guardrail outside of turn one. The only things that was injured on the up and coming young driver was his pride as he knew that he had let this one get away from him.

Bunton would assume the lead for the restart with the hope of getting his first career victory with the Sprint Invaders despite the fact that he is the defending series champion after finishing in the top ten of every event on the schedule in 2023. With Ryan entering the turns low and then exiting toward the top, Nienhiser would now pound the cushion on both ends bringing him ever closer to the leader as the laps counted down. And, with just six laps remaining, that high side momentum would pay off as Paul would sail around Bunton for the lead on the back stretch.

Lapped traffic would come into play again in the closing laps and when the leader made contact with the rear bumper of Tanner Gebhardt entering turn three while coming to the white flag, it would send Gebhardt for a spin with the caution setting up a two lap shootout for the win. Tasker Phillips had just taken second away from Bunton before the caution so he would make a run at the leader in turn one on the restart only to see Nienhiser drive away for the win and to have Bunton slip by him on the outside to regain second at the checkers. Terry McCarl who had won each of the two previous appearances of the Sprint Invaders here at Independence made a nice run from eleventh to fourth while two-time series champion Cody Wehrle filled out the top five.

It was an emotional victory for Nienhiser who dedicated the win to his longtime friend and supporter of his racing career, Ralph Willhite, who lost his life in an accident at the Jacksonville Speedway in Illinois just a few weeks ago.

Next up for the Mohrfeld Solar Sprint Invaders will be another Tuesday night trip, this time to the Mountain Dew Bloomfield Speedway on July 30th that will serve as an appetizer for the Knoxville 360 Nationals that will start its three day run just two nights later.

Results (Started)

Randall's Performance 1st Heat - 1. Jake Glasgow, West Burlington (1); 2. Paul Nienhiser, Chapin IL (2); 3. Tasker Phillips, Pleasantville (5); 4. Tyler Lee, Cedar Rapids (3); 5. Cody Wehrle, Burlington (7); 6. Terry McCarl, Altoona (6); 7. McCain Richards, Burlington (4)

Joshua Denning & Associates 2nd Heat - 1. Dustin Clark, Agency (1); 2. Colton Fisher, Mediapolis (3); 3. Ryan Bunton, Morton IL (2); 4. Chase Richards, Burlington (4); 5. Garrett Benson, Concordia MO (6); 6. Riley Valentine, Terrill (7); 7. Tanner Gebhardt, Burlington (5)

Agriland FS Dash - 1. Fisher (1); 2. Nienhiser (3); 3. Bunton (4); 4. Clark (2); 5. Glasgow (5); 6. Phillips (6)

Shottenkirk Automotive Group A-Main - 1. Nienhiser (2); 2. Bunton (3); 3. Phillips (6); 4. McCarl (11); 5. Wehrle (7); 6. Clark (4); 7. Lee (9); 8. Glasgow (5); 9. Benson (10); 10. Gebhardt (13); 11. C. Richards (8); 12. M. Richards (12); 13. Valentine (14); 14. Fisher (1)

Contingencies

King Racing Products - Colton Fisher

DMI - Tanner Gebhardt

Saldana Racing Products - Cody Wehrle

BMRS - Jake Glasgow

KSE Hard Charger - Terry McCarl
Next Event - Thursday, July 30th, Mountain Dew Bloomfield Speedway, Bloomfield, Iowa

 

 

 

Gravel comes on strong to get 2nd Brad Doty Classic win at Attica

Tuesday, July 16, 2024

By Brian Liskai

ATTICA, Ohio – David Gravel searched all over the one-third clay mile of Attica Raceway Park Tuesday, July 16 during the 36th running of the Ohio Logistics Brad Doty Classic presented by dac Pet Products. When he found his lane and his rhythm, he took the lead on lap 17 and drove away for the $15,000 pay day, his 10th World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink victory of 2024.

The win was the Watertown, Connecticut native’s second Brad Doty Classic win and third career win at Attica.

“I was just bidding my time. Carson (Macedo) was racing pretty defensive. I think he knew he was in trouble of getting passed. I was running a lot of different lines just trying to figure out what the best line was before I could get the lead. You’re just guessing out there…all these cautions…I don’t know how many cautions there were but there were way too many. It was hard to get into a rhythm and you had no one to base it off of with lapped traffic so it was really hard to know where to be in one and two. Every other lap I tried a different lane and the car started getting free and it just kept getting slicker and slicker every lap…40 laps here the track changes so much. Cody (Jacobs, crew chief) gave me a really good card…something I didn’t have to push too hard and I could run my own race. I’m happy to get a Brad Doty Classic for Cody because I stole one from him when I was in the CJB car and he working for Tim Shaffer. Steven and Zack worked real hard in the heat,” said Gravel beside his Huset’s Speedway/Billion Auto.com/Jackson Motorplex/High Performance Lubricants/JRC backed #2.

The early portions of the 40-lap feature saw several cautions. Carson Macedo led laps 1-7 before three time Doty Classic winner Kyle Larson took the lead on lap eight only to see Macedo regain the top spot a circuit later. Gravel, who started third, drove into the lead on lap 17.

Gravel built a nearly three second lead when the caution flew on lap 26. The race for second had been fantastic involving Macedo, Logan Schuchart and Larson.

Following a fuel stop, Gravel continued to lead while 11th starter Donny Schatz with a bent up front wing, charged into second while Larson, Macedo, Cory Day and Giovanni Scelzi battled hard for third. With five laps to go Gravel had caught the back of the pack and Schatz closed in but ran out of time as Gravel took the checkers. Schatz, Larson, Macedo and Day rounded out the top five.

Schatz, a 10 time World of Outlaws champion,

“I’m surprised we didn’t change the nose wing but that’s not my call. It really didn’t effect it like everyone thinks. We’re not on the gas that hard here and there are parts of the race track where it would help. Ultimately I think I would have liked to have had it there to see what would have happened but all and all a good effort. The guys got things rolling and working and this is the type of race tracks you have in the summer. Everyone is digging,” said Schatz beside his CarQuest/Ford Performance/Curb/Sage Fruit/Elliott’s Custom Trailers & Carts backed #15.

Larson had one bobble on a restart and he felt that may have cost him a shot at his fourth Brad Doty Classic win.

“I wish I could have that last restart back. I knew all I could do was blitz the top. Gravel was really good. I got my right rear hung off the ledge and fell back to fourth and battled Carson and Cory to get back to third. I was hoping for another caution to reset. My car felt pretty good early but got kind of off in the middle but got better later but messed up that restart,” said Larson of his Findley Farms/Folkens Bros. Trucking/FloRacing/JVI Group/Glenn Styres Racing backed #57.

Attica Raceway Park will be back in action Friday, July 26 with the All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads/Kistler Racing Products Attica Fremont Championship Series presented by the Baumann Auto Group, the NAPA of Bryan AFCS presented by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales 305 sprints and the Attica/Oakshade UMP Late Model Challenge Series in action.

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Attica Raceway Park

Brad Doty Classic

World of Outlaws

NOS Energy Drink Feature (40 Laps): 1. 2-David Gravel[2]; 2. 15-Donny Schatz[11]; 3. 57-Kyle Larson[3]; 4. 41-Carson Macedo[1]; 5. 14-Corey Day[5]; 6. 83-Michael Kofoid[7]; 7. 18-Giovanni Scelzi[4]; 8. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild[8]; 9. 25-Daison Pursley[10]; 10. 26-Zeb Wise[15]; 11. 23-Cale Thomas[23]; 12. 5T-Ryan Timms[19]; 13. 28M-Conner Morrell[20]; 14. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[18]; 15. 9-Trey Jacobs[22]; 16. 15K-Creed Kemenah[13]; 17. 19H-Joel Myers Jr[21]; 18. 1S-Logan Schuchart[6]; 19. 29-Zeth Sabo[12]; 20. 97-Cole Macedo[24]; 21. 101-Kalib Henry[16]; 22. W20-Greg Wilson[17]; 23. 22-Brandon Spithaler[14]; 24. 99-Skylar Gee[9]

MicroLite Last Chance Showdown (12 Laps): 1. 19H-Joel Myers Jr[3]; 2. 9-Trey Jacobs[4]; 3. 23-Cale Thomas[13]; 4. 97-Cole Macedo[2]; 5. 7S-Landon Crawley[6]; 6. 16-DJ Foos[5]; 7. 3Z-Brock Zearfoss[8]; 8. 17B-Bill Balog[12]; 9. 18T-Tanner Holmes[9]; 10. 35-Stuart Brubaker[7]; 11. 15C-Chris Andrews[14]; 12. 6-Kelby Watt[15]; 13. 7N-Darin Naida[10]; 14. 70-Kraig Kinser[11]; 15. 33W-Cap Henry[1]

C Feature (10 Laps): 1. 15C-Chris Andrews[2]; 2. 6-Kelby Watt[3]; 3. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[4]; 4. 4-Zane DeVault[1]; 5. 09-Craig Mintz[10]; 6. 45-Landon Brooks[11]; 7. 45B-Devon Borden[9]; 8. 12-Luke Griffith[13]; 9. 26AU-Todd Moule[5]; 10. 14R-Sean Rayhall[6]; 11. 19-TJ Michael[7]; 12. 32-Bryce Lucius[8]; 13. X-Mike Keegan[12]

Toyota Dash (8 Laps): 1. 41-Carson Macedo[1]; 2. 2-David Gravel[4]; 3. 57-Kyle Larson[2]; 4. 18-Giovanni Scelzi[6]; 5. 14-Corey Day[3]; 6. 1S-Logan Schuchart[8]; 7. 83-Michael Kofoid[5]; 8. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild[7]

Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 18-Giovanni Scelzi[1]; 2. 14-Corey Day[2]; 3. 99-Skylar Gee[4]; 4. 15K-Creed Kemenah[3]; 5. W20-Greg Wilson[6]; 6. 19H-Joel Myers Jr[10]; 7. 35-Stuart Brubaker[8]; 8. 70-Kraig Kinser[9]; 9. 4-Zane DeVault[7]; 10. 26AU-Todd Moule[12]; 11. 45B-Devon Borden[11]; 12. 33W-Cap Henry[5]

Milton Hershey School Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 41-Carson Macedo[1]; 2. 1S-Logan Schuchart[2]; 3. 15-Donny Schatz[4]; 4. 26-Zeb Wise[3]; 5. 5T-Ryan Timms[5]; 6. 16-DJ Foos[6]; 7. 18T-Tanner Holmes[8]; 8. 23-Cale Thomas[9]; 9. 6-Kelby Watt[10]; 10. 19-TJ Michael[7]; 11. 45-Landon Brooks[11]

Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. 57-Kyle Larson[1]; 2. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild[2]; 3. 25-Daison Pursley[5]; 4. 22-Brandon Spithaler[6]; 5. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[7]; 6. 9-Trey Jacobs[4]; 7. 97-Cole Macedo[3]; 8. 7N-Darin Naida[10]; 9. 15C-Chris Andrews[8]; 10. 14R-Sean Rayhall[9]; 11. 09-Craig Mintz[11]; 12. 12-Luke Griffith[12]

Heat 4 (10 Laps): 1. 83-Michael Kofoid[1]; 2. 2-David Gravel[3]; 3. 29-Zeth Sabo[5]; 4. 101-Kalib Henry[4]; 5. 28M-Conner Morrell[2]; 6. 7S-Landon Crawley[6]; 7. 3Z-Brock Zearfoss[7]; 8. 17B-Bill Balog[9]; 9. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[10]; 10. 32-Bryce Lucius[11]; 11. X-Mike Keegan[8]

Sea Foam Qualifying A (2 Laps): 1. 18-Giovanni Scelzi, 00:13.211[16]; 2. 41-Carson Macedo, 00:13.373[7]; 3. 14-Corey Day, 00:13.376[4]; 4. 1S-Logan Schuchart, 00:13.454[14]; 5. 15K-Creed Kemenah, 00:13.458[12]; 6. 26-Zeb Wise, 00:13.573[19]; 7. 99-Skylar Gee, 00:13.589[2]; 8. 15-Donny Schatz, 00:13.646[22]; 9. 33W-Cap Henry, 00:13.697[18]; 10. 5T-Ryan Timms, 00:13.743[10]; 11. W20-Greg Wilson, 00:13.768[13]; 12. 16-DJ Foos, 00:13.786[1]; 13. 4-Zane DeVault, 00:13.790[5]; 14. 19-TJ Michael, 00:13.816[21]; 15. 35-Stuart Brubaker, 00:13.843[15]; 16. 18T-Tanner Holmes, 00:13.853[6]; 17. 70-Kraig Kinser, 00:13.885[23]; 18. 23-Cale Thomas, 00:13.910[8]; 19. 19H-Joel Myers Jr, 00:13.971[3]; 20. 6-Kelby Watt, 00:13.980[20]; 21. 45B-Devon Borden, 00:14.023[11]; 22. 45-Landon Brooks, 00:14.122[9]; 23. 26AU-Todd Moule, 00:14.187[17]

Sea Foam Qualifying B (2 Laps): 1. 57-Kyle Larson, 00:13.514[2]; 2. 83-Michael Kofoid, 00:13.643[10]; 3. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild, 00:13.658[17]; 4. 28M-Conner Morrell, 00:13.743[7]; 5. 97-Cole Macedo, 00:13.772[16]; 6. 2-David Gravel, 00:13.790[13]; 7. 9-Trey Jacobs, 00:13.795[12]; 8. 101-Kalib Henry, 00:13.893[5]; 9. 25-Daison Pursley, 00:13.899[20]; 10. 29-Zeth Sabo, 00:13.918[3]; 11. 22-Brandon Spithaler, 00:13.951[23]; 12. 7S-Landon Crawley, 00:13.988[22]; 13. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek, 00:13.999[11]; 14. 3Z-Brock Zearfoss, 00:14.022[4]; 15. 15C-Chris Andrews, 00:14.030[9]; 16. X-Mike Keegan, 00:14.039[18]; 17. 14R-Sean Rayhall, 00:14.075[6]; 18. 17B-Bill Balog, 00:14.130[19]; 19. 7N-Darin Naida, 00:14.154[15]; 20. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr, 00:14.155[14]; 21. 09-Craig Mintz, 00:14.155[21]; 22. 32-Bryce Lucius, 00:14.229[8]; 23. 12-Luke Griffith, 00:14.338[1]

Hot Laps: 1. 41-Carson Macedo, 00:13.144[7]; 2. 2-David Gravel, 00:13.205[36]; 3. 83-Michael Kofoid, 00:13.257[33]; 4. 14-Corey Day, 00:13.264[4]; 5. 99-Skylar Gee, 00:13.292[2]; 6. 18-Giovanni Scelzi, 00:13.309[16]; 7. 101-Kalib Henry, 00:13.358[28]; 8. 57-Kyle Larson, 00:13.385[25]; 9. 26-Zeb Wise, 00:13.409[19]; 10. 9-Trey Jacobs, 00:13.418[35]; 11. 19H-Joel Myers Jr, 00:13.456[3]; 12. 4-Zane DeVault, 00:13.456[5]; 13. 15-Donny Schatz, 00:13.512[22]; 14. 33W-Cap Henry, 00:13.537[18]; 15. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek, 00:13.542[34]; 16. 28M-Conner Morrell, 00:13.548[30]; 17. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild, 00:13.569[40]; 18. 29-Zeth Sabo, 00:13.573[26]; 19. 19-TJ Michael, 00:13.628[21]; 20. 1S-Logan Schuchart, 00:13.630[14]; 21. 6-Kelby Watt, 00:13.635[20]; 22. 23-Cale Thomas, 00:13.639[8]; 23. 70-Kraig Kinser, 00:13.650[23]; 24. 45B-Devon Borden, 00:13.654[11]; 25. 32-Bryce Lucius, 00:13.656[31]; 26. 35-Stuart Brubaker, 00:13.663[15]; 27. W20-Greg Wilson, 00:13.712[13]; 28. 18T-Tanner Holmes, 00:13.713[6]; 29. 45-Landon Brooks, 00:13.713[9]; 30. 5T-Ryan Timms, 00:13.719[10]; 31. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr, 00:13.772[37]; 32. 3Z-Brock Zearfoss, 00:13.788[27]; 33. 7N-Darin Naida, 00:13.807[38]; 34. 15C-Chris Andrews, 00:13.822[32]; 35. 26AU-Todd Moule, 00:13.825[17]; 36. 97-Cole Macedo, 00:13.866[39]; 37. 09-Craig Mintz, 00:13.904[44]; 38. 7S-Landon Crawley, 00:13.909[45]; 39. 22-Brandon Spithaler, 00:13.956[46]; 40. 17B-Bill Balog, 00:13.958[42]; 41. 12-Luke Griffith, 00:13.966[24]; 42. 16-DJ Foos, 00:13.969[1]; 43. 15K-Creed Kemenah, 00:13.992[12]; 44. 14R-Sean Rayhall, 00:14.014[29]; 45. 25-Daison Pursley, 00:14.044[43]; 46. X-Mike Keegan, 00:14.195[41]

 

 

Tyler Thompson scores first career SCCT win on Monday in Cottage Grove

By Gary Thomas

Cottage Grove, Oregon…Tyler Thompson has been logging many valuable laps with the Main Motorsports team over recent weeks and on Monday night at Cottage Grove Speedway, the Oregon driver snagged his initial Sprint Car Challenge Tour triumph.

Thompson, driving the H.A.M. Construction No. 35KM mount battled early with Andy Forsberg, before cruising at the end to open SCCT Speedweek in victorious fashion.

“I’ve always wanted to win one of these NW Speedweek races and it feels great to finally get it done at Cottage Grove Speedway tonight,” Thompson said on the front stretch. “I have to think Adam Main and this entire 35KM team for giving me a great car as always. We have had a lot of speed, so it’s nice to pick up another win in front of the home crowd.”

The front row for the 35-lap Elk Grove Ford Sprint Car Challenge Tour main event was comprised of High Sierra Dash winner Andy Forsberg and Thompson. At the waving of the green flag the duo fought for the top-spot in exciting fashion, as Forsberg ran high, and Thompson rode the low line.

Thompson eventually began to pull away, as the rest of the field battled for position on the quarter mile. With the Harrisburg, Oregon wheelman having his way up front, Forsberg drove a smooth race in second picking his way through lapped cars as well.

Some of the best action came between SCCT point leader Braden Chiaramonte of El Cajon, Placerville’s Shane Hopkins, Roseville’s Colby Copeland and Oakley’s Dylan Bloomfield. The four drivers raced high and low while exchanging positions towards the end.

Thompson held a steady lead as he crossed under the checkered flag ahead of Forsberg. Chiaramonte solidified third with just a few laps remaining and was the night’s Pit Stop USA Hard Charger after starting 11th. Hopkins and Copeland rounded out the top-five.

Completing the top-10 on Monday were Bloomfield, Oregon’s Bailey Hibbard, Langley, BC driver Levi Klatt, Hanford’s Ryan Rocha and Yuba City’s Seth Standley.

As noted, Forsberg captured the High Sierra Industries Dash. He also claimed the Tiner-Hirst Ent. opening heat race. Bailey Hibbard won BR Motorsports/ King Racing Products heat two, while Drake Standley won A.R.T. Speed Equipment heat three.

Colby Copeland began the evening by earning the Sierra Foothills Wine Services Fast Time Award with a lap of 11.637.

The Elk Grove Ford Sprint Car Challenge Tour will continue Western Sprint Speedweek at Coos Bay Speedway in Oregon on Tuesday July 16th.

Results

Sprint Car Challenge Tour –
Cottage Grove Speedway
July 15, 2024

A Main 35 Laps

1. 35KM-Tyler Thompson[3]; 2. 92-Andy Forsberg[1]; 3. 94TH-Braden Chiaramonte[11]; 4. 21-Shane Hopkins[2]; 5. 5V-Colby Copeland[4]; 6. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[8]; 7. 1H-Bailey Hibbard[5]; 8. 77-Levi Klatt[14]; 9. 5R-Ryan Rocha[7]; 10. 25S-Seth Standley[9]; 11. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez[15]; 12. 33-Kyle Alberding[12]; 13. 21B-Johnny Burke[18]; 14. 14-Mariah Ede[13]; 15. 54S-Drake Standley[6]; 16. 26F-Shane Forte[16]; 17. 34-TJ Richman[17]; 18. 94R-Corbin Rueschenberg[10]

Dash 6 Laps

1. 92-Andy Forsberg[1]; 2. 21-Shane Hopkins[2]; 3. 35KM-Tyler Thompson[4]; 4. 5V-Colby Copeland[5]; 5. 1H-Bailey Hibbard[3]; 6. 54S-Drake Standley[6]

Heat 1 10 Laps

1. 92-Andy Forsberg[1]; 2. 5V-Colby Copeland[4]; 3. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[3]; 4. 94R-Corbin Rueschenberg[2]; 5. 14-Mariah Ede[5]; 6. 26F-Shane Forte[6]

Heat 2 10 Laps

1. 1H-Bailey Hibbard[2]; 2. 35KM-Tyler Thompson[4]; 3. 25S-Seth Standley[5]; 4. 94TH-Braden Chiaramonte[3]; 5. 77-Levi Klatt[1]; 6. 34-TJ Richman[6]

Heat 3 10 Laps

1. 54S-Drake Standley[2]; 2. 5R-Ryan Rocha[3]; 3. 21-Shane Hopkins[4]; 4. 33-Kyle Alberding[1]; 5. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez[5]; 6. 21B-Johnny Burke[6]

Qualifying

1. 5V-Colby Copeland[9]; 2. 35KM-Tyler Thompson[1]; 3. 21-Shane Hopkins[5]; 4. 92-Andy Forsberg[10]; 5. 77-Levi Klatt[4]; 6. 33-Kyle Alberding[8]; 7. 94R-Corbin Rueschenberg[11]; 8. 1H-Bailey Hibbard[17]; 9. 54S-Drake Standley[3]; 10. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[16]; 11. 94TH-Braden Chiaramonte[13]; 12. 5R-Ryan Rocha[18]; 13. 14-Mariah Ede[15]; 14. 25S-Seth Standley[14]; 15. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez[7]; 16. 26F-Shane Forte[12]; 17. 34-TJ Richman[6]; 18. 21B-Johnny Burke[2]

 

 

11th Annual “Race for Riley “ at Double X Speedway victories to Wilson, Campbell, Fisher and Schultz

Double X Speedway

California, MO

July 14, 2024

By: Dean Reichel

The 11th Annual “Race for Riley”, Riley Hudson Memorial Race was held on Sunday July 14th at Double X Speedway on the outskirts of California, MO after rain postponed the event for a week. Family, friends and racers alike gathered at the quarter mile dirt oval to honor a young race fan with a personality as big as the world. This year would have been Riley’s 21st birthday and her memory was honored with all classes running 21 laps in their feature events. To go along with the racing action the night is on the calendar of many young racing fans as Riley’s family and friends make the night all about the kids. Bike giveaways, special prizes for young fans in attendance along with a Frisbee toss and more are always on tap at this special event.

The B modifieds were few in number but were strong in quality. Terry Schultz took the lead on lap 4 and would hold off a strong running Adam Hall to claim the heat race win. Following the lead duo were Rylan Gibbs in third and Chad Staus in fourth. With three of the four drivers having won feature events previously at Double X odds were good it would be a repeat winner. At the end of the feature event it was veteran Terry Schultz standing in victory lane. Schultz was challenged the entire distance by Adam Hall who would claim the runner up spot. Chad Staus finished third and Rylan Gibbs would take fourth.

The Pure Stocks were the featured cars and drivers for the 11th edition of the “Race for Riley” and a good number signed in for the evening. The first heat race saw Ted Welschmeyer pick up the victory over Chris Messerli and Darin Porter. Heat two found Trevor Wilson picking up the win with Ryan Oerly and PJ Turpin crossing the strip in second & third. Trevor Wilson would claim the Dash for Cash in the division. In the special 21 lap feature Ted Welschemeyer moved out to the early and commanding lead until his transmission decided it no longer wanted to participate heading down the back stretch. On the restart Trevor Wilson would be the leader and he made the most of the opportunity running smooth consistent laps with Chris Messerli and Darin Porter providing the pressure. At the checkers the running order was the same, Wilson, Messerli and Porter the top three, Curt Turpin claimed fourth at the stripe with Jeff Turpin completing the top five.

In the Super Stock class the racing was fast and entertaining as usual. Eddie Keeran, running the only leaf spring chassis in the class, put his #87 Camaro to the point and led the distance in heat one besting Clayton Campbell and Dale Berry. Heat two saw the top two in points in the class finish first and second. Veteran Steve Beach picked up the win over Kansas traveler James Nighswonger. Smokin Joe Miller of Centertown finished third in heat #2. Nighswonger would redeem himself by winning the Dash for Cash in the division. The feature event saw long time competitors Eddie Keeran and Steve Beach leading the field to green. Beach would take the early lead on the high side but Clayton Campbell hugging the inside would take the lead on lap three. A lap six caution would bunch the field behind the leader. On the restart Nighswonger made a charge for the second position but slid up the track into Beach bringing out a caution as the #10 was forced to come to a halt to avoid hitting the outside wall. The #44 would restart at the tail. Green flag racing resumed with Campbell comfortably in control, Beach in second with Derek Wiss, Dean Willie and Dale Berry running in the top five. Campbell would survive the duration of the event even with another caution or two. At the finish it was Clayton Campbell in victory lane once again at Double X this season. Dean Willie drove a steady race to take second, James Nighswonger charged back to claim the third spot, Steve Beach would finish fourth and Dale Berry would complete the top five.

The Winged Sprint Cars had a fast track for their heat races. In heat race number one teenage Phenom Garrett Benson picked up a decisive victory over a strong running Josh Fisher in second and an equally strong Ben Brown in third. The second heat saw Miles Paulus and Tyler Blank on the front row after a caution on the initial start. Paulus would put the hammer down at the green and move to the point. Once Blank got his #75 lined out he began gaining on the leader but would settle for second at the checkered with Samuel Wagner finishing third. A couple of “young guns” led the Winged Sprint Car feature and it was Garrett Benson getting the hole shot followed by third starting Josh Fisher. A red on lap three for the tangle of Tucker Daly and Rob Rimel brought a stoppage to action as both cars required a hook to return to the pit area. On the restart Benson and Fisher took off with Paulus and Tyler Blank joining the mix. Benson and Paulus would run the bottom with Fisher and Blank charging around the top. Fisher would take over the top spot on lap seven holding Benson at bay. A caution on lap eight would bring the field to Fisher’s rear bumper with Benson, Blank, Paulus and Ben Brown holding the top five spots. The track surface would prove to be a challenge as a lap ten caution flew for Samuel Wagner spinning in turn four. On the ensuing restart Fisher would again command the high line with Tyler Bank using the same line to move into second on lap 14. Blank began closing on the leader as Ben Brown moved into third on lap 15 using the top shelf as well. By lap 18 Blank had reeled in the leader and was beginning to plan a pass when the caution flew one more time for Aubrey Smith in turn 3. A three lap dash to the finish awaited the field. Fisher remained glued to the cushion as Ben Brown tried a low side pass for second but Blank was able to use the high line to hold off the challenge. At the checkers it was Fisher, Blank, Brown, Benson and Casey Shuman completing the top 5.

Next Sunday night is the “Racing Back to School” backpack and school supply giveaway night. Thanks to Tyler Utz Family Racing and friends for this annual event. The Clenin Farm Supply 305 Sprint Cars will be on the card along with the Super Stocks and 360 Winged Sprint Cars.

Double X Speedway Results

“Race for Riley”

California, MO

July 14, 2024

Pure Stocks-

Feature- 1. 30-Trevor Wilson, Fulton; 2. 88-Chris Messerli, Latham; 3. 21-Darin Porter, California; 4. 15-Curt Turpin, Eldon; 5. 21t- Jeff Turpin, Jefferson City;

6. 99- Ryan Oerly, Jamestown; 7. TJ-Trenton Masters, Columbia; 8. 707-John Shane, Florence; 9.4- PJ Turpin, Jefferson City; 10.(DNF) 50B- Brandon Smith, Ashland; 11.(DNF) 136-Charles Baldwin, Jr. Garden City; 12.(DNF) 12W-Ted Welschmeyer, Tebbetts; 13.(DNS) 17-Shayne Healea, California

Heat 1- 1. 12w-Welschmeyer; 2. 88-Messerli; 3. 21-Porter; 4. TJ-Masters; 5. 15-C. Turpin; 6. 50B-Smith; 7. 136-Baldwin

Heat 2- 1. 30-Wilson; 2. 99-Oerly; 3. 4-PJ Turpin; 4. 21T-J. Turpin; 5. 17- Healea; 8. 707-Shane

Dash- 1. Wilson; 2. Welschmeyer; 3. Porter; 4. Messerli; 5. Oerly; 6. PJ Turpin

Super Stocks-

Feature- 1 30C Clayton Campbell, Otterville; 2. 68-Dean Willie, Warrensburg; 3. 44-James Nighswonger, Osawotamie,KS; 4. 10-Steve Beach, Eldon; 5. 05-Dale Berry, Tuscumbia; 6. 8D-Darek Wiss, Centralia; 7. 09-Joe Miller, Centertown; 8. 2A-Ace O’Neill, Lake Ozark; 9. 87-Eddie Keeran, California; 10. 12P-Darin Porter, California; 11. 8H-Adam Halley, New Haven; 12. 10RK- Alan Kilmer, Syracuse

Heat 1-1. Keeran; 2. Campbell; 3. Berry; 4. Willie; 5. Halley; 6. Porter; 7. Kilmer

Heat 2-1. Beach; 2. Nighswonger; 3. Miller; 4.Wiss; 5.O’Neill; 6. Shikles

Dash- 1. Nighswonger; 2. Campbell; 3. Keeran; 4. Beach; 5. Berry; 6. Miller

Winged Sprint Cars-

Feature-1. 9C-Josh Fisher, Jefferson City; 2. 75-Tyler Blank. California; 3. 7B-Ben Brown, Marshall; 4. 2B-Garrett Benson, Concordia; 5. 24-Casey Shuman, Tempe, AZ; 6. 0-Miles Paulus, Marshall; 7. 77-Jack Wagner, Lone Jack; 8. 73- Samuel Wagner, Lone Jack; 9. 9S-Aubrey Smith, Houstonia; 10. 61A-Doug Fry, Wheatland; 11. 32D-Darren Langford, Kearney; 12. (DNF) 99D-Tucker Daly, Hallsville; 13. (DNF) 7K-Rob Rimel, California; 14. (DNS) Taylor Walton, Odessa

Heat 1- 1. Benson; 2. Fisher, 3. Brown; 4 Smith; 5. Shuman; 6. Rimel; 7. DNS-Walton

Heat 2- 1. Paulus; 2. Blank; 3. S. Wagner; J. Wagner; 5. Daly; 6. Fry; 7. Langford (DNF)

B Modifieds

Feature- 1. 90-Terry Schultz, Sedalia; 2. 574-Adam Hall, Columbia; 3. C3-Chad Staus, Otterville; 4. 1R-Rylan Gibbs, Osceola

Heat- 1 Schultz, 2. Hall; 3. Gibbs; 4. Staus

 

 

Duke right at home with Selinsgrove win
07-14-2024

Ken Duke Jr. has been the model of consistency so far in the 2024 River Valley Builders PA Sprint Series, building a healthy early lead in championship points by finishing in the top ten in all but one of the year’s first ten events.

Saturday night at his home track of Selinsgrove Speedway, he tweaked that characterization a bit and was consistently unbeatable, becoming the year’s first three-time winner overall and the first repeat winner at Selinsgrove with a flag-to-flag victory in the 20-lap feature for the IMCA/RaceSaver sprinters.

It also was his 25th career PASS victory, extending his lead as the winningest active driver in the series.

A fortunate redraw for feature starting position put Duke on the outside front row for the race, and he outran rookie Kolby Weaver of Everett in turns one and two of the opening lap to take the lead he’d never give up. However, it took some charging from the rear to reach that point: Duke’s draw for heat race starting position put him on the outside of the fourth row for his preliminary, and he had to pass five drivers to claim a third-place finish, which put him in the redraw.

That showed the Fairfield Chevrolet/River Valley Builders/Susquehanna Valley Auto Glass #67 would be in the hunt for the night.

Getting to the lead wasn’t the end of his work, either. Defending PASS Champion Logan Spahr of Lewisberry quickly moved into the runner-up spot early in the feature, and Austin Reed of Etters came from eighth starting spot to third in just five laps to show he was capable of a challenge.

Duke, however, was not to be denied. Entering traffic on lap eight didn’t seriously reduce his lead, and when the race’s only caution – for a car stopped on the backstretch – gave his challengers a shot on the lap 13 restart, he quickly pulled away.

At the end, it was Duke, Spahr, Reed, Kruz Kepner of nearby Kreamer, and Doug Dodson of Middletown.Kepner came from eighth starting position and Dodson from 10th in a race that had plenty of passing.

Mike Melair, Kasey Weaver, Zach Rhodes, Drew Young, and Braeden Varner completed the top ten.

Rhodes’ charge from 22nd starting position, after finishing second in the B-Main, earned him the W.C. Eshenaur & Son Hard Charger Award. That completed a weekend that also saw him win the Nitany 40 Laurel Highlands Sprint Series RaceSaver event Friday night at Clinton County Speedway.

Heat races for the 34-car field were won by Dodson, Reed, Kepner, and Tim Iulg of Bridgeton, N.J. Josh Spicer of Julian claimed the 14-car B-Main.

Mia Koponen of Ludlow, Vt., was the VP Racing Fuels “Race-Ready Award” winner after being saddled with he worst draw for heat race starting position.

The night’s racing was nearly incident-free for the PASS teams. All four heats and the B-Main ran off non-stop, with Eric Mathiot of Elizabethtown the only driver not finishing a heat. His problems continued in the B-Main, where Danny Buccafusca or Rockaway, N.J., also failed to finish. The feature’s only caution was for a car stopped on the track.

This weekend will be special for the River Valley Builders PASS competitors. On Friday, they take part in Dr. Crouse’s Night of Power at Path Valley Speedway, where ULMS late models headline a program that also includes modifieds.

Then, at Port Royal Speedway on Saturday, the 2024 Keystone RaceSaver Challenger has been rescheduled after being rained out last month. This is the biggest event of the season for the PASS tour. 410 sprints and wingless super sportsman cars also will be featured.

PASS is dedicated to the heritage of RaceSaver with stable and enforceable rules, consistent rules application and fair purse distribution paying 24th place one half of first place. Learn about our policy and how to support the series at pasprintseries.com and the heritage of RaceSaver at frenchgrimes.com. We're on social media at Facebook and X.

Results from Selinsgrove Speedway, Saturday, July 13

HEAT 1 – 1. 20-Doug Dodson; 2. 46-Mike Alleman; 3. 5-Braeden Varner; 4. 83-Larry McVay; 5. 11-Ryan Stillwagon; 6. 01-Timmy Bittner; 7. 97-Kenny Heffner; 8. 98-Chad Phillips; 9. 69-Eric Mathiot (DNF).

HEAT 2 – 1. 34-Austin Reed; 2. 5W-Kolby Weaver; 3. 36-Mike Melair; 4. 2-Erin Statler; 5. 25-Dustin Young; 6. 71-Josh Spicer; 7. 31Z-Zach Rhodes; 8. 19B-Danny Buccafusca; 9. 21VT-Mia Koponen.

HEAT 3 – 1. 19-Kruz Kepner; 2. 4W-Kasey Weaver; 3. 67-Ken Duke Jr.; 4. 7-Drew Young; 5. 1M-Paul Moyer; 6. 461-Colton Hendershot; 7. 47-Ben Miklos; 8. 98-Croix Beasom.

HEAT 4 – 1. 19-Tim Iulg; 2. 89-Nick Sweigart; 3. 5-Logan Spahr; 4. 28R-Jason Roush; 5. 14-Colton Moyer; 6. 54M-Todd Lynn; 7. 06K-Eric Knopp; 8. 87-Kyle Knopp.

B-MAIN – 1. 71-Josh Spicer; 2. 31Z-Zach Rhodes; 3. 01-Timmy Bittner; 4. 97-Kenny Heffner; 5. 461-Colton Hendershot; 6. 98-Chad Phillips; 7. 98-Croix Beasom; 8. 06K-Eric Knopp; 9. 47-Ben Miklos; 10. 54M-Todd Lynn; 11. 21VT-Mia Koponen; 12. 87-Kyle Knopp; 13. 19B-Danny Buccafusca (DNF); 14. 69-Eric Mathiot.

FEATURE – 1. 67-Ken Duke Jr.; 2. 5-Logan Spahr; 3. 34-Austin Reed; 4. 19-Kruz Kepner; 5. 20-Doug Dodson; 6. 36-Mike Melair; 7. 4W-Kasey Weaver; 8. 31Z-Zach Rhodes; 9. 7-Drew Young; 10. 5-Braeden Varner; 11. 5W-Kolby Weaver; 12. 1M-Paul Moyer; 13. 11-Ryan Stillwagon; 14. 19-Tim Iulg; 15. 461-Colton Hendershot; 16. 25-Dustin Young; 17. 2-Erin Statler; 18. 28R-Jason Roush; 19. 98-Croix Beasom; 20. 97-Kenny Heffner; 21. 01-Timmy Bittner (DNF); 22. 14-Colton Moyer; 23. 71-Josh Spicer (DNF); 24. 89-Nick Sweigart (DNF); 25. 46-Mike Alleman (DNF); 26. 98-Chad Phillips (DNF). DNS – 83-Larry McVay. DNQ – 98-Croix Beasom; 06K-Eric Knopp; 47-Ben Miklos; 54M-Todd Lynn; 21VT-Mia Koponen; 87-Kyle Knopp; 19B-Danny Buccafusca; 69-Eric Mathiot.

 

 

Bogucki, Bosma and Hanisch Join Winner's List at Huset's Speedway During Huset's Hall of Fame Night

Inside Line Promotions - BRANDON, S.D. (July 14, 2024) - Scott Bogucki, Brandon Bosma and Craig Hanisch each earned their first feature triumph of the season at Huset's Speedway on Sunday during the Huset's Hall of Fame Night.

Bogucki swept the Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars program as he set quick time during qualifying, won a heat race and captured the main event for his first career victory at the track.

"I can't thank my guys enough," he said. "We did a great job and I'm proud for this team. Consistency was key tonight."

The main event, which went 26 laps because of a caution on the final scheduled lap, was wild as it showcased three official leaders, three red flags and five additional cautions as the race lasted nearly an hour before the checkered flag was waved.

Christopher Thram led the first six laps before Bogucki passed him on the bottom in turn four on Lap 7. Thram got upside down entering turn one on the ensuing lap. Red flags on Lap 15 and Lap 17 were followed by cautions on Lap 19, Lap 21, Lap 25 and twice during a green-white-checkered restart.

Bogucki's car stumbled on one of the final restarts, which bunched up several drivers behind him with third-running Dusty Zomer, who led Lap 15, and fourth-running Mark Dobmeier crashing. Points leader Kaleb Johnson was also caught up in the incident, but kept his car going. A fuel stop ensued and Bogucki pulled away riding the top groove the final two laps for the win.

"I was running out for four or five laps," he said after becoming the eighth different division winner in eight races this year. "I was trying to keep the car straight. It started stumbling. It played out how it played out. I'm proud to get the win."

Ryan Timms posted a runner-up result.

"Scott, he was extremely fast," he said. "I couldn't run my car any harder. I couldn't keep up with him on the starts. Once I got going I could kind of start reeling him in again. I'll take a second and we'll go onto the next one."

Johnson extended his lead in the championship standings with a third-place run following the near crash late in the race.

"I feel like there in the feature we had a fifth-place car, but somehow made it through the mess in turn four," he said. "I thought I was going to be stalled, but the next thing I knew I hit the gas and kept going. We'll keep trying our best and hopefully one of these days knock on the door of a win."

Scott Winters charged from 15 th to fourth and Brendan Mullen recorded a fifth-place finish.

Jacob Hughes and Timms were the other heat race winners besides Bogucki.

Seventh-starting Bosma led the final seven laps to win the Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series A Main, which featured three different leaders during the 20-lap race.

Gaige Weldon paced the field for the first five laps before Dusty Ballenger took over the top spot on Lap 6. The first of two cautions occurred on Lap 13 with Bosma executing a slide job in turn three on Lap 14 to grab the lead - a race-winning move that made him the eighth different feature winner in as many races this season.

"It was better to be running second," he said. "I found the rubber in (turns) three and four and it kept moving down. Dusty slipped up there and it gave me enough room to clear him. We just got lucky to get around him right there."

Ballenger was the runner up with Trefer Waller placing third. Tyler Rabenberg ended fourth and Shayle Bade was fifth.

Weldon, Cole Vanderheiden and Rabenberg were the heat race winners.

Hanisch led all but the opening lap to score his 33 rd career triumph at Huset's Speedway during the Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks feature. It marked his first win at the track since July 2016.

"It feels good," he said. "All we have is motor problems and I think we lost another one tonight, but I wasn't shutting her down until I seen the checkered flag."

Billy Prouty powered to the top spot on the opening lap before Hanisch used the bottom groove to his advantage on the second circuit. While Hanisch maintained a comfortable lead, Prouty ran second for most of the race before Dan Jensen and points leader J.J. Zebell both passed him on Lap 16.

Jensen ended second with 10th-starting Zebell placing third. Zach Olivier was fourth and Prouty rounded out the top five.

The heat races were won by Hanisch and Prouty.

Huset's Speedway showcases four straight nights of racing this week during the 14 th annual Silver Dollar Nationals presented by MyRacePass. It begins on Wednesday with Bargain Barn Tire Center Night featuring the Ben Nothdurft Memorial with the Tri-State Late Models and IMCA Stock Cars. Racing on Thursday features the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series and the Tri-State Late Models; Friday features the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series and the Malvern Bank SLMR Series; and Saturday is Kwik Star Night featuring the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series and the Malvern Bank SLMR Series.

HUSET'S HALL OF FAME NIGHT RESULTS AT HUSET'S SPEEDWAY (July 14, 2024) -

Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 10-Scott Bogucki (2); 2. 5T-Ryan Timms (3); 3. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (5); 4. 14H-Scott Winters (15); 5. 11M-Brendan Mullen (7); 6. 64-Andy Pake (13); 7. 16-Brooke Tatnell (6); 8. 95-Tyler Drueke (23); 9. 44-Chris Martin (16); 10. 14T-Tim Estenson (9); 11. 17B-Ryan Bickett (20); 12. 22-Riley Goodno (18); 13. 13-Mark Dobmeier (12); 14. 5G-Gage Pulkrabek (17); 15. 8-Jacob Hughes (8); 16. (DNF) 3J-Dusty Zomer (4); 17. (DNF) 10X-Trevor Serbus (19); 18. (DNF) 45X-Jace Park (10); 19. (DNF) 96-Blaine Stegenga (14); 20. (DNF) 86-Brandon Halverson (21); 21. (DNF) 17G-Lee Goos Jr (11); 22. (DNF) 78-Bill Wagner (25); 23. (DNF) 83JR-Sam Henderson (22); 24. (DNF) 09-Matt Juhl (24); 25. (DNF) 24T-Christopher Thram (1); 26. (DNS) 83-Justin Henderson.

Heat 1 - TJ FORGED (8 Laps): 1. 10-Scott Bogucki (4); 2. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (2); 3. 96-Blaine Stegenga (7); 4. 64-Andy Pake (6); 5. 17G-Lee Goos Jr (1); 6. 14H-Scott Winters (5); 7. 86-Brandon Halverson (8); 8. 78-Bill Wagner (9); 9. (DNF) 09-Matt Juhl (3).

Heat 2 - KND SAFETY (8 Laps): 1. 8-Jacob Hughes (1); 2. 11M-Brendan Mullen (3); 3. 24T-Christopher Thram (4); 4. 14T-Tim Estenson (2); 5. 44-Chris Martin (6); 6. 10X-Trevor Serbus (8); 7. 5G-Gage Pulkrabek (5); 8. 83JR-Sam Henderson (7); 9. (DNS) 83-Justin Henderson.

Heat 3 - SMITH TI (8 Laps): 1. 5T-Ryan Timms (2); 2. 45X-Jace Park (1); 3. 3J-Dusty Zomer (3); 4. 13-Mark Dobmeier (5); 5. 16-Brooke Tatnell (4); 6. 17B-Ryan Bickett (8); 7. 22-Riley Goodno (6); 8. (DNF) 95-Tyler Drueke (7).

Nordica Qualifying (2 Laps): 1. 10-Scott Bogucki, 00:11.310 (7); 2. 24T-Christopher Thram, 00:11.336 (2); 3. 16-Brooke Tatnell, 00:11.344 (3); 4. 09-Matt Juhl, 00:11.370 (1); 5. 11M-Brendan Mullen, 00:11.394 (8); 6. 3J-Dusty Zomer, 00:11.412 (16); 7. 22K-Kaleb Johnson, 00:11.417 (12); 8. 14T-Tim Estenson, 00:11.449 (10); 9. 5T-Ryan Timms, 00:11.589 (20); 10. 17G-Lee Goos Jr, 00:11.610 (9); 11. 8-Jacob Hughes, 00:11.621 (18); 12. 45X-Jace Park, 00:11.631 (15); 13. 14H-Scott Winters, 00:11.631 (17); 14. 5G-Gage Pulkrabek, 00:11.676 (11); 15. 13-Mark Dobmeier, 00:11.700 (24); 16. 64-Andy Pake, 00:11.702 (4); 17. 44-Chris Martin, 00:11.743 (22); 18. 22-Riley Goodno, 00:11.781 (26); 19. 96-Blaine Stegenga, 00:11.827 (21); 20. 83JR-Sam Henderson, 00:11.827 (25); 21. 95-Tyler Drueke, 00:11.850 (13); 22. 86-Brandon Halverson, 00:11.942 (5); 23. 10X-Trevor Serbus, 00:11.943 (19); 24. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 00:12.286 (23); 25. 78-Bill Wagner, 00:12.527 (14); 26. 83-Justin Henderson, 00:12.555 (6).

Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks

A Feature (18 Laps): 1. 45-Craig Hanisch (1); 2. 98-Dan Jensen (6); 3. 29Z-JJ Zebell (10); 4. 71-Zach Olivier (8); 5. 51-Billy Prouty (2); 6. 12-Mike Chaney (4); 7. 64-Cory Yeigh (9); 8. 40-Tim Dann (12); 9. 3-Matt Steuerwald (7); 10. 55-John Hoing (11); 11. 83-Nick Janssen (14); 12. 21-Ron Howe (5); 13. 9-Kyle DeBoer (13); 14. (DNF) 1X-Aaron Foote (15); 15. (DNF) 86-Tracy Halouska (3).

Fastenal Heat 1 - Fastenal (8 Laps): 1. 45-Craig Hanisch (1); 2. 12-Mike Chaney (4); 3. 29Z-JJ Zebell (8); 4. 98-Dan Jensen (6); 5. 71-Zach Olivier (7); 6. 55-John Hoing (5); 7. 9-Kyle DeBoer (2); 8. 83-Nick Janssen (3).

Midwest Oil / VP Fuels Heat 2 - Midwest Oil (8 Laps): 1. 51-Billy Prouty (1); 2. 86-Tracy Halouska (2); 3. 21-Ron Howe (4); 4. 3-Matt Steuerwald (6); 5. 64-Cory Yeigh (7); 6. 40-Tim Dann (5); 7. (DNF) 1X-Aaron Foote (3).

Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 23-Brandon Bosma (7); 2. 2D-Dusty Ballenger (4); 3. 32-Trefer Waller (6); 4. 18T-Tyler Rabenberg (3); 5. 03-Shayle Bade (9); 6. 31-Koby Werkmeister (12); 7. 34DD-Brady Donnohue (16); 8. 45-Monty Ferriera (18); 9. 18-Corbin Erickson (14); 10. 15V-Cole Vanderheiden (8); 11. 23L-Aydin Lloyd (5); 12. 17V-Casey Abbas (17); 13. 80P-Jacob Peterson (11); 14. 23V-Michalob Voeltz (15); 15. 14-Nick Barger (10); 16. 12L-John Lambertz (23); 17. 3-Jeremiah Jordahl (13); 18. 81-Jared Jansen (22); 19. X-Dylan Waxdahl (19); 20. 62J-Jay Masur (24); 21. 05-Bill Wiese (20); 22. (DNF) 6B-Bayley Ballenger (2); 23. (DNF) 13G-Gaige Weldon (1); 24. (DNF) 48-Cole Olson (21).

Gunderson Racing Heat 1 - Gunderson Racing (8 Laps): 1. 13G-Gaige Weldon (1); 2. 23-Brandon Bosma (5); 3. 2D-Dusty Ballenger (3); 4. 14-Nick Barger (7); 5. 3-Jeremiah Jordahl (4); 6. 34DD-Brady Donnohue (6); 7. (DNF) 48-Cole Olson (2); 8. (DNF) 12L-John Lambertz (8).

Saldana Racing Products Heat 2 - Saldana Racing (8 Laps): 1. 15V-Cole Vanderheiden (5); 2. 6B-Bayley Ballenger (2); 3. 80P-Jacob Peterson (7); 4. 31-Koby Werkmeister (8); 5. 18-Corbin Erickson (3); 6. 17V-Casey Abbas (6); 7. X-Dylan Waxdahl (4); 8. (DNF) 62J-Jay Masur (1).

Vahlco Wheels Heat 3 - Vahlco Wheels (8 Laps): 1. 18T-Tyler Rabenberg (2); 2. 32-Trefer Waller (4); 3. 03-Shayle Bade (5); 4. 23L-Aydin Lloyd (3); 5. 23V-Michalob Voeltz (6); 6. 45-Monty Ferriera (1); 7. 05-Bill Wiese (8); 8. (DNF) 81-Jared Jansen (7).

2024 HUSET'S SPEEDWAY WEEKLY DIVISION FEATURE WINNERS -

Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars :

Scott Bogucki - 1(July 14);Tyler Drueke- 1(May 19); Tim Kaeding - 1 (May 27); Anthony Macri - 1 (June 2); Austin McCarl - 1 (June 9); Daison Pursley - 1 (May 26); Ryan Timms - 1 (June 16); and Garet Williamson - 1 (July 7)

Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks:

Zach Olivier - 2 (May 27 and June 9); Cory Yeigh - 2(May 26 and June 2); Tim Dann - 1 (June 16); Brylee Gough- 1(May 19); Craig Hanisch - 1 (July 14); and J.J. Zebell - 1 (July 7)

Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series:

Dusty Ballenger- 1(May 19); Nate Barger - 1 (June 16); Brandon Bosma - 1 (July 14); Brady Donnohue - 1 (July 7); Monty Ferriera - 1 (May 27); Zach Patterson - 1 (June 9); Andrew Sullivan - 1 (June 2); and Cole Vanderheiden - 1 (May 26)

UP NEXT -

The 14 th annual Silver Dollar Nationals presented by MyRacePass - Wednesday for Bargain Barn Tire Center Night featuring the Ben Nothdurft Memorial with the Tri-State Late Models and IMCA Stock Cars; Thursday featuring the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series and the Tri-State Late Models; Friday featuring the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series and the Malvern Bank SLMR Series; and Saturday for Kwik Star Night featuring the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series and the Malvern Bank SLMR Series

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Schneider Penn Ohio Star At Tri City Raceway Park; Smith, Krummert, and Mollick Also Win

(Franklin, PA July 14, 2024): The spotlight was on the Pro Stock Division at Tri City Raceway Park, as the Penn Ohio Pro Stock Series was in to challenge the track’s Hovis Auto & Truck Supply regulars. Taking the win was Chris Schneider. The $1,000 he earned will certainly help him repair the battle damage that his mount sustained during the course of the feature event.

Also getting wins were Mark Smith (Krill Recycling 410 Sprints), Garrett Krummert (21st Century Energy Group 358 Modifieds), and John Mollick (4 Your Car Connection RUSH Sprints).

Bobby Whitling returned to action this week and he started from the pole position. Next to him was Jackson Humanic. Chris Schneider and Josh Seippel were in row two, with Randy Wyant and Curtis J. Bish in row three. Behind them were Rod Laskey, last week’s winner, and Brandon Connor. Tim Bish and Jason Fosnaught were in row five. Departing from row six were Brent McDonald and Matt Bernard.

The race amounted to two distinct halves. Bobby Whitling dominated the first half, leading all ten laps, with Chris Schneider nipping at his heels. Curtis J. Bish ran in third until Randy Wyant slipped by on the inside to take third just before the midpoint in the race.

It looked as though the complexion of the race was going to change just after the leaders took the crossed flags. Tim Bish and Chris Schneider got together, and Schneider did a remarkable job to save the car from spinning. He did lose several positions. However, the debris left from Schneider’s battered car caused a yellow, so Schneider got his position back for the restart.

On the restart, Schneider dropped to the inside and he powered past Whitling. Now, the roles were reversed, and Whitling was chasing Schneider for the remainder of the race.

Although Whitling got close on a couple of occasions, Schneider had power in reserve and he was always able to pull away from any of Whitling's challenges.

Tim Bish was third, followed by Curtis J. Bish and Jackson Humanic. Curtis Bish and Humanic staged a close battle through the last seven laps or so. Jason Fosnaught, Rod Laskey, Josh Seippel, Brandon Connor, and Brett McDonald completed the top ten.

The trio of heat winners were Whitling, Seippel, and Curtis J. Bish. There was no B Main.

Mark Smith celebrated his fifty-third birthday by completing a weekend hat trick in Western Pennsylvania. After wins at two other area speedways on Friday and Saturday, Smith raced to victory in the non-stop twenty-five lapper for the Krill Recycling 410 Sprint Cars.

Jack Sodeman, Jr. and Adam Kekich were on the front row, with Bob Felmlee and Smith in row two. The third row was made up of Jeremy Weaver and A.J. Flick. The fourth row had Carl Bowser and Michael Bauer. In row five were Andy Cavanaugh and Dusty Larson. Taking the sixth row were Bodey McClintock and Chase Metheney.

Sodeman raced out to an early lead, with Kekich, Flick, Felmlee, and Weaver following. Sodeman retained the lead as he started to pick off some lapped cars. Smith took several runs at his, but Sodeman always seemed to time perfectly his approach on the slower traffic.

However, when he reached some open space on the race track, Smith was able to capitalize when he launched off turn two. He sailed into the lead by making a slider work in turn three with twelve laps complete.

Smith led Sodeman the rest of the way. However, the fight was on for the remaining positions in the top five. Flick made his move into fourth by lap twenty and in the five remaining laps, he worked up to second. He was aided somewhat by Sodeman’s malfunction with the nose wing.

Sodeman held on for third, with Weaver getting fourth and Kekich fifth. Bowser, Bauer, Felmlee, Larson, and Cavanaugh completed the top ten.

There were two heat races for the Krill Recycling Sprinters. The winners were Sodeman and FLick. There was no B Main.

The 21st Century Energy Group 358 Modifieds went non-stop as well. Taking the win was a super-sub, Garrett Krummert, who was at the controls of Steve Slater’s machine.

Jimmy Holden and Hayden Holden occupied the front row. Chad Reitz and Krummert made up the second row. In the third row were Ryan Riffe and Chip Ritchey. The fourth belonged to Frank Guidace and Mark Sevin. The fifth had Bill Milbert and Thomas Rodgers.

Hayden Holden swooped out to the early lead, with Krummert, Reitz, and Guidace in the top five. Krummert dialed up the power coming off turn two and he grabbed the lead heading toward turn three on lap three.

Krummert stretched out his advantage as the laps clicked off. Reitz wrestled second away from Hayden Holden early in the second half of the contest. Jimmy closed in on his son in the final five laps, but did not make a pass. Riffe was fifth. Ritchey, Guidace, Sevin, Milbert, and Rodgers completed the top ten.

Krummert was also the heat race winner. for the 21st Century Energy Group 358 Modifieds. There was no B Main.

The final feature of the night was for the 4 Your Car Connection RUSH Sprint Cars. That race also went non-stop. John Mollick climbed from sixth on the grid to the lead just before the midpoint in the race and he led the rest of the way.


Arnie Kent and Blaze Myers led the way to the final green flag of the night. Brent Rhebergen and Joe Buccola were in row two. They were followed by Devon Deeter and Mollick. Ricky Tucker, III and Luke Mullichak were in the fourth row. Zack Wilson and Tyler Clark were in row five.

Myers led the early going, but Mollick was on the move. After Mollick took control, he completed the remaining laps without incident.

Myers followed him across the scoring loop. Kent, Buccola, and Rhebergen. Mullichak, Deeter, Tucker, Charles McClintock, and Wilson completed the top ten.

The heat winners were Mollick and Myers. There was no B Main for the 4 Your Car Connection RUSH Sprint Cars.

In the Marsh Heating & Cooling Heat Race Challenge, Tim Bish and John Mollick are tied for the lead with four wins apiece. Three racers are tied for second with three heat wins.

Next week, Tri City Raceway Park will present a Sunday Thunder program, consisting of the Krill Recycling 410 Sprint Cars, the 21st Century Energy Group 358 Modifieds, the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks, and the 4 Your Car Connection RUSH Sprint Cars. There will also be bicycle races for the children. Helmets are required for all competitors. Then, on July 28, the FAST on Dirt Sprint Car Series will make its second appearance of the season at the track.

The divisional sponsors of Tri City Raceway Park for 2024 are: Krill Recycling, LLC (410 Sprint Cars), 21st Centure Energy Group (358 Modifieds), Hovis Auto & Truck Supply (Pro Stocks), and 4 Your Car Connection (RUSH Sprint Cars).

All competitors at Tri City Raceway Park will be eligible for the Marsh Heating & Cooling Heat Race Challenge. The driver that wins the most heat races over the courseof the season, regardless of the class, will receive a special award.

Other marketing partners of Tri City Raceway Park for 2024 include: Erie Beer, Wab-Tec (manufacturer of locomotive engines), Schaeffer Lubricants, Keystone Transit (school buses), Blue Ox Timbers (buyers of timberland timber land management), Constable Refuse (residential and commercial garbage collectors), First Rate Realty (real estate sales), Landscape Connection (portable toilets and landscape supplies), KEI-Klapec Express Inc. (trucking company), BKI-Bert Klapec Inc. (excavation and demolition), Shambaugh Towing, Gibson Hill Automotive (auto repair), McCandless Ford Sales (located in Mercer and Meadville), McCandless Trailer Sales (located in Mercer and Meadville), Big Dog RC (remote controlled cars and race track), McGregor Excavating, Les Frickshun (lubricants and undercoating), Bish Heating & Cooling, Wet Hose LLC (pressure washing), Heffern Septic Service, Tionesta Builders Supply (located in Tionesta and Shippenville), UCIP-United Community Independence Program (housing and services for the handicapped), Close Racing Supply, Billy’s Garage & Towing, Oakland-Rampart Equipment (makers of centrifugal dryers, wash systems, and separators), Shaw Industries (machine shop), Welding Technologies, Froggie Radio, and Hards Welding.

Remember that you will need to check the Facebook page, Tri City Raceway Park, for current information. The former website is not updated and will soon be replaced.

Tri-City Raceway Park is located just a few miles north of Franklin, PA, at 3430 State Route 417 in Oakland Township. Professional auto racing will be presented in a family friendly atmosphere most Sunday evenings from May through Labor Day weekend.

Krill Recycling 410 Sprint Cars: Mark Smith, A.J. Flick, Jack Sodeman, Jr., Jeremy Weaver, Adam Kekich, Carl Bowser, Michael Bauer, Bob Felmlee, Dusty Larson, Andy Cavanaugh, Jazlyn Boyles, Brandon McWilliams, Chase Metheney, Bodey McClintock.

21st Century Energy Group 358 Modifieds: Garrett Krummert, Chad Reitz, Hayden Holden, Ryan Riffe, Chip Ritchey, Frank Guidace, Mark Sevin, Bill Milbert, Thomas Rodgers.

4 Your Car Connection RUSH Sprint Cars: John Mollick, Blaze Myers, Arnie Kent, Joe Buccola, Brent Rhebergen, Luke Mullichak, Devon Deeter, Ricky Tucker, III, Charles McClintock, Zack Wilson, Tyler Clark.

Penn Ohio Pro Stocks vs. Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks: Chris Schneider, Bobby Whitling, Tim Bish, Curtis J. Bish, Jackson Humanic, Jason Fosnaught, Rod Laskey, Josh Seippel, Brandon Connor, Brett McDonald, Aaron Smith, Scott Malone, Mike Bordt, Jason Kimmy, William Baker, Jr., Cameron Kramer, Randy Wyant, Pat Fielding, Matt Bernard, Andrew Hammond (DNS).

 

 

BRYANT BELL COMPLETES SWEEP OF WESTERN MIDGET RACING AT KAEDING CLASSIC WITH $1200 SATURDAY WIN

WATSONVILLE, CALIFORNIA (July 14, 2024) – Bryant Bell of Oakley, Calif. completed the Western Midget Racing weekend sweep on Saturday night at the 14th annual Howard Kaeding Classic, claiming the $1200 to win, 25-lap feature at Watsonville’s Ocean Speedway. The sweep of the weekend’s features extends Bell’s championship lead in WMR. It also gives him the lead in the WMR Triple Crown series as well.

Bell won the pole position after winning the fast heat race against the six locked in cars from Friday night. Santa Cruz’ Logan Mitchell won the second heat race to earn the seventh starting position. Payette, Idaho’s Teddy Bivert drove around the outside of Bell at the green flag to lead lap one. Bell then challenged Bivert on the inside to retake the lead on lap seven.

Delano’s Terry Nichols used a strong charge on the outside line to close in on Bivert for second as the field navigated traffic by lap 12.

A red flag flew for a serious crash in turn one when Mitchell and Sacramento’s Isaiah Vasquez tangled. Vasquez flipped side over side off the edge of the speedway and Mitchell tipped over as well. Vasquez was transported for further evaluation after initially walking away.

Nichols completed the pass for second place on the restart then turned his attention to Bell. The pair went side-by-side for the lead on lap 20 and remained in lockstep. Nichols and Bell then collided in turn two, sending Nichols into a wild tumble to end his event on lap 23. He was able to walk away.

Bell fended off a side-by-side challenge from his Boscacci Racing teammate Anthony Bruno of San Jose to claim the big win. The victory marks Bell’s fourth in the last five races for WMR. Bivert finished third followed by Roseville’s Jerry Kobza and Todd Hawse of Moorpark.

The 2024 Western Midget Racing Triple Crown is brought to you by Sunland Wood Products, Mead Performance, Extreme Mufflers, Pasillas Tire, West Evans Motorsports, Lance Pierovich, and Hoosier Tire West.

Western Midget Racing returns to action on July 26 and 27 at Ocean Speedway and Antioch Speedway. For more information visit www.WesternMidgetRacing.com

RESULTS: Ocean Speedway Howard Kaeding Classic July 13, 2024
A Feature 1 (25 Laps): 1. 09-Bryant Bell[1]; 2. 9-Anthony Bruno[3]; 3. 11-Teddy Bivert[2]; 4. 35-Jerry Kobza[5]; 5. 18-Todd Hawse[6]; 6. 20-Kyle Hawse[9]; 7. 15-Adam Weisberg[10]; 8. 6X-Taylor Hall[12]; 9. 68-Ron Hazelton[13]; 10. 57-Ray Richards[11]; 11. 1K-Terry Nichols[4]; 12. 96X-Logan Mitchell[7]; 13. 4-Isaiah Vasquez[8]; 14. 1T-Scott Hall[14]

Heat 1 (6 Laps): 1. 09-Bryant Bell[1]; 2. 11-Teddy Bivert[2]; 3. 9-Anthony Bruno[5]; 4. 1K-Terry Nichols[3]; 5. 35-Jerry Kobza[4]; 6. 18-Todd Hawse[6]

Heat 2 (6 Laps): 1. 96X-Logan Mitchell[6]; 2. 4-Isaiah Vasquez[1]; 3. 20-Kyle Hawse[3]; 4. 15-Adam Weisberg[5]; 5. 57-Ray Richards[8]; 6. 6X-Taylor Hall[2]; 7. 68-Ron Hazelton[4]; 8. (DNS) 1T-Scott Hall

2024 WMR Schedule – Subject to Change
March 16 Ventura Raceway – WINNER: Anthony Bruno
March 29 Ocean Speedway – RAIN OUT
March 30 Marysville Raceway – RAIN OUT

April 20 Bakersfield Speedway – WINNER: Logan Mitchell

May 4 Ventura Raceway – WINNER: Bryant Bell
May 17 Ocean Speedway – WINNER: Logan Mitchell
May 18 Petaluma Speedway w/ BCRA Tom Manning Memorial – WINNER: Logan Mitchell

June 7 Ocean Speedway – WINNER: Bryant Bell
June 8 Petaluma Speedway – WINNER: Bryant Bell
June 22 Ventura Raceway – WINNER: Logan Mitchell

July 12 Ocean Speedway Howard Kaeding Classic** - WINNER: Bryant Bell
July 13 Ocean Speedway Howard Kaeding Classic** - WINNER: Bryant Bell
July 26 Ocean Speedway
July 27 Antioch Speedway

August 9 Ocean Speedway Johnny Key Classic**
August 10 Ocean Speedway Johnny Key Classic**

September 21 Bakersfield Speedway

October 25 Kevin Harvick’s Kern Raceway October Classic**
October 26 Ventura Raceway**

** indicates Triple Crown event

 

 

JUSTIN SANDERS EARNS SECOND CAREER HOWARD KAEDING CLASSIC TRIUMPH

WATSONVILLE, CALIFORNIA (July 13, 2024) – Justin Sanders of Aromas won his 20th career Northern Auto Racing Club 410 Sprint Car Series win and his second Howard Kaeding Classic, claiming Saturday night’s 30-lap feature at Ocean Speedway in Watsonville. The victory in the 14th edition of the HK Classic paid $6900 to win.

“Our car was pretty close. We were really good there in the midpoint of the race. (Our season) could turn around in an instant but we’ll go and enjoy this win,” Sanders said. “It was hard to know what to do on the restarts. It was hard with the top is that far around but also the bottom is so dirty.”

Templeton’s Kaleb Montgomery and San Jose’s Bud Kaeding split Automotive Racing Products qualifying honors on a split field against the 30 entrants on hand. Lemoore’s Cole Macedo then topped Sanders in the Beacon Wealth Strategies Dash to score the pole position for the coveted feature. Macedo and Sanders entered the evening tied in the NARC championship standings and entertained the full house at the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds dirt track in a thrilling feature event.

Macedo charged past Sanders to the lead in turn one over the 24-car field, but the move was nullified when Clovis’ Dominic Gorden spun on the backstretch. Macedo led the way on the following restart as well despite Sanders attempt to turn underneath him on the backstretch.

Sanders then pulled off a slide job in turn one to move past Macedo to lead lap two. Sanders led Macedo into traffic by just the sixth lap. Macedo took advantage of traffic, showing his nose on both laps 10 and 12.

Jeremy Chisum of Salinas spun in turn two for a caution on lap 12. Macedo dove inside of Sanders in turn three on the restart, driving alongside Sanders to be credited with the lead on lap 13. Macedo’s lead lasted a few hundred feet before Sanders soared underneath him to retake it in turn one. Sanders officially had control of the event on lap 14. 2021 HK Classic winner Sean Becker of Roseville emerged in third on the restart as well.

Sanders paced Macedo by a few car lengths in traffic before the final caution of the night when Gauge Garcia of Lemoore faltered with a mechanical issue in turn one. Sanders led the final seven circuits for victory over Macedo, Becker, Bud Kaeding, and Tim Kaeding.

Bryant Bell of Oakley, Calif. completed the Western Midget Racing weekend sweep by claiming the $1200 to win, 25-lap feature. The win also kicked off the Triple Crown Series for the WMR division.

Bell won the pole position after winning the fast heat race against the six locked in cars from Friday night. Santa Cruz’ Logan Mitchell won the other heat race. Payette, Idaho’s Teddy Bivert drove around the outside of Bell to lead lap one. Bell then challenged Bivert on the inside to retake the lead on lap seven.

Delano’s Terry Nichols used the outside to close in on Bivert for second as the field navigated traffic on lap 12. A red flag flew for a serious crash in turn one when Mitchell and Sacramento’s Isaiah Vasquez tangled. Vasquez flipped side over side off the edge of the speedway and Mitchell tipped over as well. Vasquez was transported for further evaluation after initially walking away.
Nichols completed the pass for second place on the restart then turned his attention to Bell. The pair went side-by-side for the lead on lap 20 and remained in lockstep. Nichols and Bell then collided in turn two, sending Nichols into a wild tumble to end his event on lap 23. He was able to walk away.

Bell fended off a side-by-side challenge from his Boscacci Racing teammate Anthony Bruno of San Jose to claim the big win. Bivert finished third followed by Roseville’s Jerry Kobza and Todd Hawse of Moorpark.

Oakley’s Jacob Mallet, Jr. won the IMCA Modified 25-lap feature. Todd Hermosillo of Watsonville led the first three laps before Mallet took over. Jim Pettit II of Prunedale followed him into second position as well.

Austin Burke and 2023 Pettit Shootout winner Troy Foulger of Oakley collided in a bid for fifth, sparking a multi-car crash involving Ryan Porter of Atwater and Markus Frazier of Santa Maria for a caution flag on lap eight. On the restart, Andrew Peckham of Grass Valley took an off-road path through the apron in turn two then had no steering in turn three to draw a caution. Cautions continued to plague the event on the next attempt when Hermosillo and Foulger tangled hard on the backstretch.

Mallet paced a fast-paced final 17 circuits to win comfortably over Pettit, Porter, Fred Lind of Prunedale, and Frazier.

2023 Hobby Stock champion Joe Gallaher returned from a spin on Friday night to win on Saturday night in a 20-lap feature. Watsonville’s Adriane Frost led the first seven laps until the fourth starting Gallaher took control of the race.

Friday winner DJ Keldsen of Newman, Matt Kile of San Jose, and Rob Gallaher of San Jose rounded out the top-five finishers.

Ocean Speedway races again on Friday night July 19 with the IMCA Sport Modifieds, South Bay Dwarf Cars, Four Bangers, and Police-in-Pursuit competing. For more information, visit www.OceanSpeedway.com

Ocean Speedway July 13, 2024 14th annual Howard Kaeding Classic – Race Results

NARC Sprint Cars A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 2X-Justin Sanders[2]; 2. 21-Cole Macedo[1]; 3. 7B-Sean Becker[4]; 4. 29-Bud Kaeding[3]; 5. 0-Tim Kaeding[13]; 6. 24-Chase Johnson[5]; 7. 17W-Shane Golobic[8]; 8. X1-Michael Faccinto[22]; 9. 3-Kaleb Montgomery[7]; 10. 73-Ryan Bernal[12]; 11. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[14]; 12. 15-Nick Parker[6]; 13. 42X-Justyn Cox[17]; 14. 88A-Joey Ancona[11]; 15. 88N-DJ Netto[21]; 16. 121-Caeden Steele[10]; 17. 2K-Gauge Garcia[15]; 18. 10-Dominic Gorden[9]; 19. 26-Billy Aton[18]; 20. 12J-John Clark[19]; 21. 72W-Kurt Nelson[16]; 22. 25Z-Jason Chisum[20]; 23. 12-Jarrett Soares[23]; 24. 8-Jeremy Chisum[24]
IMCA Modifieds A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 127-Jacob Mallet Jr[3]; 2. 6-Jim Pettit II[4]; 3. 14P-Ryan Porter[9]; 4. 77-Fred Lind[12]; 5. 15F-Markus Frazier[8]; 6. 01-Raymond Keldsen Jr[14]; 7. 55H-Mickey Hill[13]; 8. 28T-Matt Kampfraat[1]; 9. 20-Cody Burke[7]; 10. 75-Andrew Peckham[6]; 11. 3-Todd Hermosillo[2]; 12. 49-Troy Foulger[10]; 13. 25-Austin Burke[5]; 14. (DNS) 46-Kyle Bryan
Hobby Stocks A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 1-Joe Gallaher[4]; 2. 22-Adriane Frost[1]; 3. 01-DJ Keldsen[11]; 4. 5-Matt Kile[3]; 5. X-Rob Gallaher[6]; 6. 57W-Sam Kennedy[7]; 7. 55F-Shane Freeman[5]; 8. 31W-Steve Remde[2]; 9. (8)-Cody Keldsen[8]; 10. X1-Bobby Gallaher[9]; 11. 39-Matt Ehler[10]
Western Midget Racing A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 09-Bryant Bell[1]; 2. 9-Anthony Bruno[3]; 3. 11-Teddy Bivert[2]; 4. 35-Jerry Kobza[5]; 5. 18-Todd Hawse[6]; 6. 20-Kyle Hawse[9]; 7. 15-Adam Weisberg[10]; 8. 6X-Taylor Hall[12]; 9. 68-Ron Hazelton[13]; 10. 57-Ray Richards[11]; 11. 1K-Terry Nichols[4]; 12. 96X-Logan Mitchell[7]; 13. 4-Isaiah Vasquez[8]; 14. 1T-Scott Hall[14]

 

 

Tony Gomes, Jacob Tuttle, Nick Baldwin and Mike Miller win on Kings Meats Night

By Gary Thomas

Placerville, CA…Modesto’s Tony Gomes took the lead on lap two and held off a hard charging Andy Forsberg to claim his fifth career Placerville Speedway Winged Sprint Car victory on Saturday.

Fellow winners on Kings Meats Burger Night included Jacob Tuttle with the Joe Hunt Magnetos Wingless Tour, Nick Baldwin with the Red Hawk Casino Pure Stocks and Mike Miller with the Mountain Democrat Mini Trucks. All four winners went home with a lucrative and loaded meat box thanks to presenting sponsor Kings Meats.

At the waving of the green flag in the Thompson’s Family of Dealerships Winged 360 Sprint Car finale it was a battle between Shane Hopkins and Tony Gomes up front. Hopkins led the initial lap, before Gomes took over as they completed lap two.

The first 13 circuits clicked off caution free in fast and furious fashion, prior to a yellow for Chris Masters. On the restart nine-time track champion Andy Forsberg carved his way into the runner up spot and gave chase after the leader. On the initial green flag run Gomes worked lapped traffic to perfection and did so once again during the final half.

A couple of close moments in traffic caused Gomes to have catlike reflexes, however. As the race wound down Forsberg cut into the lead and when the white flag waved, he was right there on the tail tank of the C&M Motorsports No. 7c. A hair raising moment then occurred for the leaders heading down the backstretch, as a lapped car shot across the groove directly in front of the top duo.

Somehow, both Gomes and Forsberg were able to sneak by without worry, much to the amazement of the crowd on hand. Gomes crossed under the Ron Stahl checkered flag for his first win of the season over Forsberg, Hopkins, Chance Grasty and hard charger Jimmy Trulli.

Rounding out the top-10 were Corbin Rueschenberg, Austin Wood, Bubba Decaires, Braden Chiaramonte and Stephen Ingraham. Andy Forsberg now finds himself up front in the standings by one slip point over Shane Hopkins and just five markers ahead of Bubba Decaires.

The Joe Hunt Magnetos Wingless Sprint Cars made their initial appearance of the season on the red clay Saturday. In the end it was Oakley’s Jacob Tuttle who brought home the victory after leading all 20-laps in the feature.

The main event was plagued with several slow downs that didn’t allow drivers to get into much of a constant flow. High Sierra Wingless winner last month Josh Young tried to keep pace with the leader and brought home a second-place finish, ahead of DJ Johnson, Shawn Arriaga and Evan Gularte in the top-five.

Completing the top-10 were Trey Walters, Bob Newberry, Mark Hanson, Cody Meyer and Tyler Cato. Another healthy field of 29 Wingless Sprint Cars competed with the Hunt Tour on Saturday.

The Red Hawk Casino Pure Stocks put on one of the best races of the evening in their 20-lap finale. Several cars battled up front during the contest and kept fans on the edge of their seats for much of it. Tyler Lightfoot jumped out front and set the pace but had numerous drivers breathing down his neck.

Five-time Placerville Speedway champion and current point leader Nick Baldwin then charged his way into the lead on lap 14 and never looked back. The Oakley driver crossed the stripe for his 29th career triumph at the track. Lightfoot scored another consistent finish in second, with Kevin Jinkerson, Tommy Sturgeon and Arnita Bradshaw completing the top-five.

The 20-lap Mountain Democrat Mini Truck main event featured three different leaders, all with the last name Miller. The opening lap was led by Paige Miller, before Paizlee Miller was able to slip by for the top-spot on lap two.

Paizlee looked to have the speed up front to bring home the win however, had an issue during a lap 13 restart, which saw Mike Miller shoot from third to first. At the checkered it was Mike Miller followed by Luke Costa, Paige Miller, Paizlee Miller and Tyler Goggin.

Placerville Speedway returns to action this coming Saturday July 20th with the Elk Grove Ford Sprint Car Challenge Tour and Dwarf Cars. The evening of racing will finish off SCCT Western Sprint Speedweek, which begins Monday in Cottage Grove, Oregon.

Results

Placerville Speedway Burger Night presented by Kings Meats July 13, 2024

Winged Sprint Cars:

1. 7C-Tony Gomes[2]; 2. 92-Andy Forsberg[5]; 3. 21-Shane Hopkins[1]; 4. 1-Chance Grasty[6]; 5. 33T-Jimmy Trulli[9]; 6. 94R-Corbin Rueschenberg[4]; 7. 2A-Austin Wood[3]; 8. 94-Greg Decaires V[12]; 9. 94TH-Braden Chiaramonte[10]; 10. 93-Stephen Ingraham[13]; 11. 9L-Luke Hayes[7]; 12. 8JR-Brian McGahan Jr[8]; 13. 1F-DJ Freitas[11]; 14. 15-Michael Sellers[16]; 15. 98-Chris Masters[19]; 16. 34-Dakota Albright[18]; 17. 2-Cody Spencer[17]; 18. 24S-Izaak Sharp[14]; 19. 85-AJ Alderman[20]; 20. 5-Kenny Wanderstadt[15]

Hunt Wingless Sprints:

1. 3F-Jacob Tuttle[2]; 2. 7EJ-Josh Young[4]; 3. 33DJ-DJ Johnson[6]; 4. 32-Shawn Arriaga[3]; 5. 17M-Evan Gularte[9]; 6. 1W-Trey Walters[10]; 7. X-Bob Newberry[11]; 8. 79-Mark Hanson[13]; 9. 21-Cody Meyer[20]; 10. 38-Tyler Cato[15]; 11. 31P-Eathon Lanfri[16]; 12. 47-Brent Steck[17]; 13. 95-Joshua Wooten[18]; 14. 9-Paul Vandenberg[14]; 15. 8-Peter Paulson[12]; 16. 17T-Braden Tenora[19]; 17. 23-Rob Lindsey[1]; 18. 24N-Nick Larson[8]; 19. 63-Dylan Newberry[5]; 20. 33-Heath Holdsclaw[7]

Pure Stocks:

1. 17-Nick Baldwin[3]; 2. 23-Tyler Lightfoot[1]; 3. 30-Kevin Jinkerson[6]; 4. 16-Tommy Sturgeon[4]; 5. 27B-Arnita Bradshaw[2]; 6. 91-Andrew Brulez[7]; 7. 27-William Upton[9]; 8. 43-Dan Jinkerson[5]; 9. X86-David Silvia[10]; 10. (DNS) 12J-Jason Ramos

Mini Trucks:

1. 16-Mike Miller[5]; 2. 7-Luke Costa[6]; 3. 21-Paige Miller[1]; 4. 26-Paizlee Miller[4]; 5. 07-Tyler Goggin[10]; 6. 03-Bobby Clark[2]; 7. 65X-Brian Tremblay[8]; 8. 24K-Michael Barreno[7]; 9. 70-Austin Struthers[3]; 10. 28-Howard Miller[9]

 

 

BRYANT BELL RETAKES WMR POINTS LEAD WITH FRIDAY NIGHT KAEDING CLASSIC WIN

WATSONVILLE, CALIFORNIA (July 13, 2024) – 2023 Western Midget Racing champion Bryant Bell of Oakley took over the points lead for the 2024 series with a big win, taking Friday’s 20-lap opener for the WMR Triple Crown and the Howard Kaeding Classic. The victory paid $500 with a $1200 to win feature looming on Saturday night.

Incoming points leader Logan Mitchell of Santa Cruz and Bell shared the front row for the feature. Bell got a launch on the outside line and drove to the inside in turn one. The pair collided, relegating Mitchell to restarting at the rear of the field for a restart. On the restart, Mitchell spun for his second caution to end his night. The points swing takes Mitchell from an eight point lead to an 18 point deficit.

Bell faced a challenge from Payette, Idaho’s Teddy Bivert on the restart but Bell was able to fend him off. The red flag flew on lap seven when Lodi’s Nate Wait flipped on the backstretch while battling Roseville’s Jerry Kobza for fifth. He was uninjured.

Bell led the final 13 laps of competition for his fifth career Ocean WMR win followed by Bivert, Terry Nichols of Delano, Kobza, and San Jose’s Anthony Bruno. They join sixth place finisher Todd Hawse of Moorpark for Saturday’s fast heat race while the rest of the field will race for starting positions seventh on back in the second heat race. Bell spun a zero inversion for the fast heat race in victory lane as well.

The 2024 Western Midget Racing Triple Crown is brought to you by Sunland Wood Products, Mead Performance, Extreme Mufflers, Pasillas Tire, West Evans Motorsports, Lance Pierovich, and Hoosier Tire West.

For more information visit www.WesternMidgetRacing.com

RESULTS: Ocean Speedway Howard Kaeding Classic July 12, 2024
A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 09-Bryant Bell[2]; 2. 11-Teddy Bivert[5]; 3. 1K-Terry Nichols[4]; 4. 35-Jerry Kobza[7]; 5. 9-Anthony Bruno[6]; 6. 18-Todd Hawse[11]; 7. 15-Adam Weisberg[3]; 8. 20-Kyle Hawse[12]; 9. 4R-Taylor Hall[10]; 10. 57-Ray Richards[14]; 11. 68M-Nathan Moore[9]; 12. 35W-Nate Wait[8]; 13. 1T-Scott Hall[13]; 14. 96X-Logan Mitchell[1]

Heat 1 (6 Laps): 1. 96X-Logan Mitchell[4]; 2. 15-Adam Weisberg[1]; 3. 11-Teddy Bivert[5]; 4. 35-Jerry Kobza[3]; 5. 68M-Nathan Moore[7]; 6. 18-Todd Hawse[6]; 7. 1T-Scott Hall[2]

Heat 2 (6 Laps): 1. 09-Bryant Bell[1]; 2. 1K-Terry Nichols[2]; 3. 9-Anthony Bruno[6]; 4. 35W-Nate Wait[4]; 5. 4R-Taylor Hall[7]; 6. 20-Kyle Hawse[5]; 7. 57-Ray Richards[3]

2024 WMR Schedule – Subject to Change
March 16 Ventura Raceway – WINNER: Anthony Bruno
March 29 Ocean Speedway – RAIN OUT
March 30 Marysville Raceway – RAIN OUT

April 20 Bakersfield Speedway – WINNER: Logan Mitchell

May 4 Ventura Raceway – WINNER: Bryant Bell
May 17 Ocean Speedway – WINNER: Logan Mitchell
May 18 Petaluma Speedway w/ BCRA Tom Manning Memorial – WINNER: Logan Mitchell

June 7 Ocean Speedway – WINNER: Bryant Bell
June 8 Petaluma Speedway – WINNER: Bryant Bell
June 22 Ventura Raceway – WINNER: Logan Mitchell

July 12 Ocean Speedway Howard Kaeding Classic** - WINNER: Bryant Bell
July 13 Ocean Speedway Howard Kaeding Classic**
July 26 Ocean Speedway
July 27 Antioch Speedway

August 9 Ocean Speedway Johnny Key Classic**
August 10 Ocean Speedway Johnny Key Classic**

September 21 Bakersfield Speedway

October 25 Kevin Harvick’s Kern Raceway October Classic**
October 26 Ventura Raceway**

 

 

Kalib Henry earns 2nd 410 Fremont win; Stroup gets 2nd straight 305 victory

Saturday, July 13, 2024

By Brian Liskai

FREMONT, Ohio – There’s just something about Fremont Speedway presented by Gill Construction that brings out the best in sprint car drivers from California. A few years ago California driver Buddy Kofoid claimed the track championship and recently brothers Cole and Caron Macedo scored victories at “The Track That Action Built.” That California connection continued Saturday, July 13 on Crown Battery Night as Kalib Henry from Sacramento, California scored his second 410 sprint win of the season at Fremont.

DJ Foos led the first six laps of the 30 lap Fort Ball Pizza Palace 410 Sprint A-main until defending track champion Cap Henry drove into the top spot. Meanwhile sixth start Kalib Henry took second on lap eight and started to reel in Cap Henry, driving into the lead on lap 13 just as the caution flew. On the restart Cap Henry regained the top spot but at the half-way point Kalib Henry retook the lead. Cap Henry stayed right on Kalib Henry’s rear bumper until suffering mechanical issues with five laps to go. Trey Jacobs, who ran in the top five the entire race, closed in the final few laps but Henry powered to the win. Jacobs, Zeth Sabo, TJ Michael and Cale Thomas rounded out the top five.

Kalib Henry’s win pads his division point lead at Fremont while Thomas’ 10th consecutive top 10 finish increases his lead in the All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads/Kistler Racing Products Attica Fremont Championship Series presented by the Baumann Auto Group standings.

“Really can’t thank the Muth family enough for giving me this awesome opportunity. Kevin busts his ass and we got Connor here this week giving us a hand and taking a little bit of a load of me tonight. I kind of had a feeling tonight we were going to be good from the git…I guess when you have that feeling good things come true,” said Henry beside his Running Boxer Farms, Harris Distributing Company, Valvoline, K1, Berryman Racing Shocks, Chalkstix backed #101.

Kasey Ziebold led the first 11 laps of the 25-lap Fremont Federal Credit Union 305 Sprint A-main before third starter Dustin Stroup drove to the point. Following a caution on lap 14, six starter Jamie Miller moved into second and the battle for the lead was on. Stroup and Miller ran side by side lap after lap until a caution with four laps remaining. When the green flew that battle between Stroup and Miller continued right to the very end. Stroup earned his second straight win, the 11th of his career at the track, with Miller, Ziebold, Brenden Torok and Chad Wilson rounding out the top five.

Stroup gained a few points on Miller in the battle for the title of the NAPA of Bryan AFCS presented by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales.

“I don’t like to win like that….that was too close for me. I could hear him (Miller) ripping it on the top. Me and Jamie are good buddies…that was a good hard race. I felt real good off the bottom but the crew guys were telling me to go to the top but I didn’t want to go there. I took the lead where we were running the car just felt good. I have to thank Jamie and Renee for letting me drive this car, my mom and dad, my girlfriend Katie and my daughter, Tracey and all the sponsors,” said Stroup beside his Sulfur Town Pub, BSE Welding, Meru Safety, Velocity Print, The Pizza House, Sunrise Designs, Momma Dukes from Shelluke’s Bar and Grill, GCE LLC, Handy Grafix, Mitten Painting, Myers Racing Engines, Rohr Total Lawn Care, Eye Candy Custom Cycles, DJ Johnson & Family, GWH, Advance Auto Parts, BRS, J&J Auto backed #12x.

After Jamie Miller lead the opening lap of the 20-lap Burmeister Trophy Dirt Truck A0main, fifth starter Shawn Valenti took the lead but Miller and he raced side by side over the next five laps. Following a spat of cautions, Valenti pulled away slightly from Miller and drove to his fourth consecutive feature win. Miller earned his fourth second place finish of the year with Keith Sorg, Kent Brewer and Andy Keegan rounding out the top five. Valenti, a four time truck track champion, now has 78 career wins at Fremont, putting him just two behind all-time feature winner Paul Weaver.

“I could get used to this winning stuff again. I kind of stuck on the top there too long last week and learned my lesson. Awesome truck once again from my guys, Nick, Noah, Jeff Babcock, Squirrel…it’s pretty amazing,” said Valenti beside his Craig Miller Trucking, Conrad Transportation, Dave Story Equipment, A Plus Auto Center, Concrete Material Supply, S&S Hauling and Excavating #7B.

Fremont Speedway will be back in action Saturday, July 27 for Ladies Night featuring the AFCS 410 and 305 sprints and dirt trucks.

All events at Fremont Speedway Presented by Gill Construction in 2024 will be streamed on DirtVision. Keep up to date with Fremont Speedway by going to www.fremontohspeedway.com or on Facebook at www.facebook/FremontSpeedway or on Twitter at https://twitter.com/FremontSpeedway or follow on My Race Pass at www.myracepass.com

About Gill Construction – https://kgcpc.com Owned and operated by Ray Brooks, and headquartered in nearby Port Clinton, Ohio, Gill Construction specializes in an array of land and water services, utilizing over five decades of experience to build an extensive repertoire which includes site excavation, site utilities, demolition, trenching, and marina service. Gill Construction boasts a dynamic, diverse, and experienced workforce, guaranteed to perform and complete any task with the utmost customer satisfaction.

About Crown Battery – www.crownbattery.com

Located on Majestic Drive in Fremont, Ohio, Crown Battery’s operating principle – “The Power Behind the Performance” – represents Crown Battery’s commitment to providing power to millions of people around the world – power that makes life easier, and raises standards of living, health and safety for the communities we serve. These values have driven Crown Battery for over 80 years and will continue to represent our strategy for long-term growth and sustainability.

Crown Battery has 14 sales and distribution offices throughout North America, 615 employees and a network of authorized business partners, distributors and dealers throughout the Americas, Europe, Africa, Asian-Pacific, Australia and New Zealand. Wherever industries need to start working, they turn to the dependable power of Crown Batteries. That’s why you will find Crown Batteries in heavy-duty equipment on and off highways all over the world.

Around the world Crown Batteries are powering the railroad industry, underground mining equipment, steel mills, renewable energy installations, recreational marine and automotive industries, aerial access equipment and more. Whether it’s floor care equipment at work in New York City or Tokyo, or an electric truck lift operating in Flint, Michigan, Crown Batteries can be found getting the work done right.

Fremont Speedway

Crown Battery Night

Saturday, July 13, 2024

410 Sprints – Fort Ball Pizza Palace

A Feature 1 (30 Laps): 1. 101-Kalib Henry[6]; 2. 9J-Trey Jacobs[1]; 3. 29-Zeth Sabo[5]; 4. 19-TJ Michael[8]; 5. 23-Cale Thomas[3]; 6. 4S-Tyler Street[7]; 7. 16-DJ Foos[2]; 8. 15C-Chris Andrews[10]; 9. 35-Stuart Brubaker[14]; 10. 38-Leyton Wagner[15]; 11. 22M-Dan McCarron[9]; 12. 5-Kody Brewer[18]; 13. 10SR-Keith Sheffer Jr[12]; 14. 17S-Tylar Rankin[16]; 15. 14-Sean Rayhall[13]; 16. 26W-Cody White[17]; 17. X-Mike Keegan[19]; 18. 33W-Cap Henry[4]; 19. 2+-Brian Smith[20]; 20. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[11]

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 38-Leyton Wagner[1]; 2. 17S-Tylar Rankin[8]; 3. 26W-Cody White[2]; 4. 5-Kody Brewer[4]; 5. X-Mike Keegan[3]; 6. 7M-Brandon Moore[5]; 7. 12-Luke Griffith[11]; 8. 98-Robert Robenalt[13]; 9. 3V-Chris Verda[9]; 10. 13-Jeremy Duposki[6]; 11. 9-Lance Heinberger[10]; 12. (DNS) 13G-Van Gurley Jr; 13. (DNS) 75-Jerry Dahms

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 4S-Tyler Street[1]; 2. 29-Zeth Sabo[3]; 3. 23-Cale Thomas[2]; 4. 15C-Chris Andrews[4]; 5. 14-Sean Rayhall[7]; 6. X-Mike Keegan[8]; 7. 7M-Brandon Moore[6]; 8. 17S-Tylar Rankin[9]; 9. (DNS) 38-Leyton Wagner

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 101-Kalib Henry[4]; 2. 19-TJ Michael[1]; 3. 9J-Trey Jacobs[2]; 4. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[6]; 5. 35-Stuart Brubaker[3]; 6. 26W-Cody White[5]; 7. 13-Jeremy Duposki[9]; 8. 3V-Chris Verda[8]; 9. 12-Luke Griffith[7]; 10. 98-Robert Robenalt[10]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 33W-Cap Henry[2]; 2. 16-DJ Foos[4]; 3. 22M-Dan McCarron[1]; 4. 10SR-Keith Sheffer Jr[3]; 5. 2+-Brian Smith[6]; 6. 5-Kody Brewer[5]; 7. 13G-Van Gurley Jr[9]; 8. 9-Lance Heinberger[7]; 9. (DNS) 75-Jerry Dahms

Qualifying 1 (1 Laps): 1. 15C-Chris Andrews, 00:12.632[4]; 2. 101-Kalib Henry, 00:12.662[19]; 3. 16-DJ Foos, 00:12.753[9]; 4. 29-Zeth Sabo, 00:12.769[18]; 5. 35-Stuart Brubaker, 00:12.818[2]; 6. 10SR-Keith Sheffer Jr, 00:12.869[11]; 7. 23-Cale Thomas, 00:12.891[14]; 8. 9J-Trey Jacobs, 00:12.940[17]; 9. 33W-Cap Henry, 00:12.960[29]; 10. 4S-Tyler Street, 00:13.039[16]; 11. 19-TJ Michael, 00:13.052[13]; 12. 22M-Dan McCarron, 00:13.091[22]; 13. 38-Leyton Wagner, 00:13.106[26]; 14. 26W-Cody White, 00:13.113[6]; 15. 5-Kody Brewer, 00:13.167[28]; 16. 5T-Travis Philo, 00:13.181[23]; 17. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr, 00:13.330[10]; 18. 2+-Brian Smith, 00:13.352[12]; 19. 7M-Brandon Moore, 00:13.375[5]; 20. 12-Luke Griffith, 00:13.385[3]; 21. 9-Lance Heinberger, 00:13.470[8]; 22. 14-Sean Rayhall, 00:13.473[7]; 23. 3V-Chris Verda, 00:13.534[24]; 24. 75-Jerry Dahms, 00:13.540[15]; 25. X-Mike Keegan, 00:13.980[20]; 26. 13-Jeremy Duposki, 00:14.170[27]; 27. 13G-Van Gurley Jr, 00:15.190[1]; 28. (DNS) 17S-Tylar Rankin; 29. (DNS) 98-Robert Robenalt

Australian Pursuit (8 Laps): 1. 9J-Trey Jacobs[1]; 2. 23-Cale Thomas[2]; 3. 35-Stuart Brubaker[4]; 4. 101-Kalib Henry[7]; 5. 19-TJ Michael[9]; 6. 15C-Chris Andrews[8]; 7. 29-Zeth Sabo[5]; 8. 10SR-Keith Sheffer Jr[3]; 9. 16-DJ Foos[6]

305 Sprints – Fremont Federal Credit Union

A Feature 1 (25 Laps): 1. 12X-Dustin Stroup[3]; 2. 26-Jamie Miller[6]; 3. X15-Kasey Ziebold[2]; 4. 2-Brendan Torok[1]; 5. 39M-DJ Foos[4]; 6. 6W-Chad Wilson[5]; 7. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath[15]; 8. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[17]; 9. 1W-Paul Weaver[8]; 10. 3X-Blayne Keckler[9]; 11. 9R-Logan Riehl[12]; 12. 78-Austin Black[13]; 13. 28-Shawn Valenti[11]; 14. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[10]; 15. 4X-Logan Mongeau[14]; 16. 63-Randy Ruble[20]; 17. 26S-Lee Sommers[18]; 18. 51M-Haldon Miller[16]; 19. 0-Bradley Bateson[19]; 20. 19R-Steve Rando[7]

B Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[2]; 2. 0-Bradley Bateson[1]; 3. 36-Seth Schneider[5]; 4. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[3]; 5. 88-Jimmy McCune Jr[6]; 6. 8-Jim Leaser[7]; 7. 98-Dave Hoppes[9]; 8. 11TS-Tate Schiets[8]; 9. (DNF) 52-Chris Smith[4]

B Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 26S-Lee Sommers[2]; 2. 63-Randy Ruble[4]; 3. 18R-Brian Razum[7]; 4. 11-Brayden Harrison[3]; 5. 1S-James Saam[5]; 6. 8K-Zack Kramer[1]; 7. 44-Jason Young[6]; 8. (DNS) 34-Judson (Jud) Dickerson

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 12X-Dustin Stroup[2]; 2. 2-Brendan Torok[4]; 3. 3X-Blayne Keckler[3]; 4. 78-Austin Black[1]; 5. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[7]; 6. 0-Bradley Bateson[5]; 7. 36-Seth Schneider[6]; 8. 8-Jim Leaser[8]; 9. 98-Dave Hoppes[9]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 19R-Steve Rando[1]; 2. 6W-Chad Wilson[3]; 3. 28-Shawn Valenti[2]; 4. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath[4]; 5. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[6]; 6. 52-Chris Smith[5]; 7. 88-Jimmy McCune Jr[7]; 8. 11TS-Tate Schiets[8]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 26-Jamie Miller[4]; 2. X15-Kasey Ziebold[2]; 3. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[3]; 4. 4X-Logan Mongeau[1]; 5. 26S-Lee Sommers[5]; 6. 63-Randy Ruble[6]; 7. 44-Jason Young[8]; 8. 18R-Brian Razum[7]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 1W-Paul Weaver[1]; 2. 39M-DJ Foos[4]; 3. 9R-Logan Riehl[2]; 4. 51M-Haldon Miller[6]; 5. 11-Brayden Harrison[7]; 6. 1S-James Saam[8]; 7. 8K-Zack Kramer[3]; 8. (DNS) 34-Judson (Jud) Dickerson

Qualifying 1 (2 Laps): 1. 2-Brendan Torok, 00:13.414[6]; 2. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath, 00:13.778[5]; 3. 3X-Blayne Keckler, 00:13.854[12]; 4. 6W-Chad Wilson, 00:13.888[14]; 5. 12X-Dustin Stroup, 00:13.929[4]; 6. 28-Shawn Valenti, 00:13.957[16]; 7. 78-Austin Black, 00:13.961[8]; 8. 19R-Steve Rando, 00:14.004[10]; 9. 0-Bradley Bateson, 00:14.010[3]; 10. 52-Chris Smith, 00:14.020[9]; 11. 36-Seth Schneider, 00:14.100[15]; 12. 2S-Jackson Sebetto, 00:14.147[13]; 13. 5DD-Dustin Dinan, 00:14.205[11]; 14. 88-Jimmy McCune Jr, 00:14.237[1]; 15. 8-Jim Leaser, 00:14.645[7]; 16. 11TS-Tate Schiets, 00:14.654[17]; 17. 98-Dave Hoppes, 00:14.994[2]

Qualifying 2 (2 Laps): 1. 26-Jamie Miller, 00:13.489[3]; 2. 39M-DJ Foos, 00:13.733[10]; 3. 10TS-Tyler Schiets, 00:13.945[14]; 4. 8K-Zack Kramer, 00:13.972[16]; 5. X15-Kasey Ziebold, 00:13.979[2]; 6. 9R-Logan Riehl, 00:13.998[12]; 7. 4X-Logan Mongeau, 00:14.049[11]; 8. 1W-Paul Weaver, 00:14.118[6]; 9. 26S-Lee Sommers, 00:14.155[4]; 10. 34-Judson (Jud) Dickerson, 00:14.170[9]; 11. 63-Randy Ruble, 00:14.273[1]; 12. 51M-Haldon Miller, 00:14.473[13]; 13. 18R-Brian Razum, 00:14.521[15]; 14. 11-Brayden Harrison, 00:14.764[7]; 15. 44-Jason Young, 00:15.212[5]; 16. 1S-James Saam, 00:15.327[8]

 

 

COLE MACEDO GRABS OPENING NIGHT OF 14TH ANNUAL HOWARD KAEDING CLASSIC IN WATSONVILLE

WATSONVILLE, CALIFORNIA (July 12, 2024) – Lemoore’s Cole Macedo returned to Ocean Speedway and returned to victory lane, claiming the 30-lap feature for the Ocean Sprints presented by Taco Bravo on Friday night. Macedo’s win opens the 14th Annual Howard Kaeding Classic at the Watsonville, Calif. dirt track featuring Saturday’s NARC 410 Sprint Car Series feature. Macedo currently is tied for the championship lead with Aromas’ Justin Sanders heading into the $6900 to win contest.

“Drew Warner and the guys had my car really dialed there,” Macedo said. “I love coming to Watsonville. My last time I was here was early last year and we ended up getting a win. Coming here the night before (the NARC race) is key and getting a good base package. It was in our best interest to come here and try some off the wall stuff we wouldn’t normally try.”

Macedo topped time trials at the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds but it was Dominic Gorden of Clovis who won the dash to start on the pole for the nightcap feature.

Gorden led Macedo into lapped traffic by lap six. 2023 series champion Kurt Nelson of Gilroy then slid over the edge in turn two and into the wall for a caution on lap ten.

On the restart, Macedo executed a slidejob underneath Gorden into turn one that stuck. He officially had the lead on lap 11. Macedo earned a quick and comfortable advantage over Gorden, but it tightened in lapped traffic just past halfway. Brief cautions on lap 19 for DJ Netto spinning and on lap 23 for Bradley Dilland getting sideways in turn four did not deter Macedo. Macedo topped Gorden at the checkered flag for the Ocean Sprints victory. Bud Kaeding won a thrilling heat race earlier in the night, then finished off a successful evening by finishing in third. Gauge Garcia of Lemoore and Templeton’s Kaleb Montgomery rounded out the top-five.

2023 Western Midget Racing champion Bryant Bell of Oakley took over the points lead for the 2024 series with a big win, taking Friday’s 20-lap feature worth $500 to win.

Incoming points leader Logan Mitchell of Santa Cruz and Bell shared the front row for the feature. Bell got a launch on the outside line and drove to the inside in turn one. The pair collided, relegating Mitchell to restarting at the rear of the field for a restart. On the restart, Mitchell spun for his second caution to end his night early. The points swing takes Mitchell from an eight-point lead to an 18 point deficit.

Bell faced a challenge from Payette, Idaho’s Teddy Bivert on the restart but Bell was able to fend him off. The red flag flew on lap seven when Lodi’s Nate Wait flipped on the backstretch while battling Roseville’s Jerry Kobza for fifth. He was uninjured.

Bell led the final 13 laps of competition for his fifth career Ocean WMR win followed by Bivert, Terry Nichols of Delano, Kobza, and San Jose’s Anthony Bruno. They join sixth place finisher Todd Hawse of Moorpark for Saturday’s fast heat race while the rest of the field will race for starting positions seventh on back in the second heat race. Saturday’s WMR main pays $1200 to win.

Matthew Frazier of Santa Maria won the IMCA Sport Modified 20-lap contest over a 16-car field. Jeff Mead of Watsonville led the opening lap after starting third. Frazier started seventh and used a restart on lap two to advance to second. A caution on lap four allowed Frazier to challenge Mead for the lead. Frazier jumped inside to lead lap five.

Points leader Emali VanHoff of Chowchilla and Mead battled for second place through a series of cautions in a challenging race. Frazier got away cleanly on a green-white-checkered finish attempt which was nullified by a mechanical failure for Prunedale’s Max Baggett. Frazier earned the yellow checkered victory over Mead, VanHoff, multi-time Hobby Stock track champion Rob Gallaher of San Jose, and Tyler Tucker of Delhi.

DJ Keldsen of Newman won his first Hobby Stock main event of the season after 20 laps of racing. 2023 champion Joe Gallaher paced the action from the pole position. Keldsen challenged Gallaher with the pair making contact in turn four. Gallaher then spun in turn one, handing the lead to Keldsen on lap seven.

Keldsen never relinquished the top spot followed by Adriane Frost of Watsonville, Matt Kile of San Jose, Sam Kennedy of Watsonville, and Joe Gallaher.

The 14th annual Howard Kaeding Classic continues Saturday night from the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds. NARC 410 Sprint Cars will race for $6900 to win along with $1200 to win WMR Midgets, IMCA Modifieds, and Hobby Stocks.

Ocean Speedway July 12, 2024 14th annual Howard Kaeding Classic – Race Results

Ocean Sprints presented by Taco Bravo A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 21-Cole Macedo[2]; 2. 10-Dominic Gorden[1]; 3. 29-Bud Kaeding[3]; 4. 28-Gauge Garcia[4]; 5. 3-Kaleb Montgomery[8]; 6. 3D-Caleb Debem[12]; 7. 121-Caeden Steele[7]; 8. 88N-DJ Netto[6]; 9. 15-Nick Parker[5]; 10. 38-Colby Johnson[9]; 11. 8-Jeremy Chisum[13]; 12. 3M-Adam Kaeding[15]; 13. 72S-Bradley Dillard[10]; 14. 88-Koen Shaw[16]; 15. 76-Jennifer Osborne[14]; 16. 98-Vince Giannotta[17]; 17. 34B-Glenn Bryan[18]; 18. 72W-Kurt Nelson[11]

IMCA Sport Mods A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 15F-Matthew Frazier[7]; 2. 16M-Jeff Mead[3]; 3. 4M-Emali VanHoff[6]; 4. X-Rob Gallaher[11]; 5. 44T-Tyler Tucker[13]; 6. 22X-Jim DiGiovanni[10]; 7. 6K-Mike Kofnovec Jr[1]; 8. 54R-Brian Baggett[17]; 9. 22W-Charlie Hunter[15]; 10. 34-Cody Bryan[14]; 11. 42B-Max Baggett[2]; 12. 15-David Crocker[16]; 13. 33-Mike Gil[12]; 14. 9B-Igor Gandzuk[4]; 15. 39-Steven Allee[5]; 16. (DNS) 6S-Mike Kofnovec SR; 17. (DNS) 3G-Chuck Golden

Hobby Stocks A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 01-DJ Keldsen[3]; 2. 22-Adriane Frost[2]; 3. 5-Matt Kile[5]; 4. 57W-Sam Kennedy[4]; 5. 1-Joe Gallaher[1]; 6. X1-Bobby Gallaher[12]; 7. 31W-Steve Remde[7]; 8. 5N-Allen Neal[9]; 9. 55F-Shane Freeman[10]; 10. 9-Wally Kennedy[11]; 11. X2-Joyce Gallaher[13]; 12. 51-Norm Ayers[8]; 13. (DNS) (8)-Cody Keldsen

Western Midget Racing A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 09-Bryant Bell[2]; 2. 11-Teddy Bivert[5]; 3. 1K-Terry Nichols[4]; 4. 35-Jerry Kobza[7]; 5. 9-Anthony Bruno[6]; 6. 18-Todd Hawse[11]; 7. 15-Adam Weisberg[3]; 8. 20-Kyle Hawse[12]; 9. 4R-Taylor Hall[10]; 10. 57-Ray Richards[14]; 11. 68M-Nathan Moore[9]; 12. 35W-Nate Wait[8]; 13. 1T-Scott Hall[13]; 14. 96X-Logan Mitchell[1]

 

 

Bogucki and Rosenboom Triumphant at Jackson Motorplex During Joel Pingeon Trucking 410 Shootout Presented by C & B Operations

Inside Line Promotions - JACKSON, Minn. (July 12, 2024) - Scott Bogucki and Jody Rosenboom delivered winning performances on Friday evening at Jackson Motorplex, which hosted the Joel Pingeon Trucking 410 Shootout presented by C & B Operations during its first race of the season.

Bogucki was strong throughout the 25-lap Midwest Sprint Touring Series 410 Sprint Cars main event as he powered into the runner-up position on the second lap before using a slide job in turn three to take the lead on Lap 6.

A close call occurred on Lap 10 when Bogucki got into the back of a car he was attempting to lap. The contact knocked Bogucki sideways into turn one, but he was able to save it and maintain the lead. Bogucki then built a nearly five-second advantage before the only caution came out on Lap 23. That didn't matter to Bogucki, who pounded the cushion the final three laps to pull away for his first career victory at the track.

"We just waited for the track to clean off a bit and got the miles per hour going," he said before describing the close incident. "They slowed up and I should have anticipated it. We're just lucky we saved it."

Kaleb Johnson advanced from sixth to earn a second-place result.

"I just got a really good start there and used the bottom until it wasn't there," he said. "I didn't have much for Scott. Congrats to him and his team. I thought I could stay close at the end, but he kinda drove away. I grew up racing here and in front of my family so I'm glad we were able to get a good run."

Matt Juhl, who led the first five laps, placed third.

"It's too bad not to capitalize on something like that," he said. "Running top three is good, but not where we wanted to be. This will be a good start to hopefully better finishes."

Tanner Holmes scored a fourth-place finish and Christopher Thram used a last-lap pass to garner a fifth-place result.

Thram, Scott Broty and Estenson each won a heat race. Skylar Prochaska was the dash winner.

Rosenboom led the final eight laps of the 20-lap Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Cars presented by Heser Auto & Detailing A Main.

Monty Ferriera held the top spot for the first dozen laps. He entered traffic on Lap 12, which allowed Rosenboom and third-running Chris Graf to quickly erase more than a two-second deficit. The top three were bunched up going by the flag stand on Lap 13. Rosenboom dove low and powered into the lead in turn two as he executed the race-winning move.

"Monty is a good racer," he said. "In clean air he was really, really good. We needed something if I was going to get to him.

"With these things it's like restrictor plate racing. You have to keep your foot in it, use your brake a lot, keep it straight. I can't thank everybody enough who helps get this car here."

Graf made the same move on Ferriera for second place on the ensuing lap and chased Rosenboom through traffic for several laps. The lone caution of the race occurred on Lap 18 when John Lambertz slowed while running sixth. Rosenboom was strong on the restart en route to the triumph.

Graf placed second with Ferriera rounding out the podium. Brandon Bosma hustled from 16 th to fourth place and Lee Goos Jr. rallied from 13 th to fifth.

A total of 44 drivers signed in and the heat races were won by Amelia Eisenschenk, Ferriera, Graf, Rosenboom and Jake Greenwood. Bosma and Nate Eakin were the B Main winners.

Racing returns to Jackson Motorplex in two weeks with back-to-back nights. The Livewire Printing Company 360 Shootout presented by Tweeter Contracting featuring the Gunderson Racing Inc. Midwest Sprint Touring Series 360 Sprint Cars and the Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Cars presented by Heser Auto & Detailing is July 25.

The following night is the Merle Johnson Memorial Border Battle presented by New Fashion Pork featuring the Midwest Sprint Touring Series 410 sprint cars and the Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Cars presented by Heser Auto & Detailing.

Race tickets are available online at https://mpv.tickets.com/schedule/?agency=JKMV_PL_MPV&orgid=55369#/?view=list&includePackages=true .

JOEL PINGEON TRUCKING 410 SHOOTOUT PRESENTED BY C & B OPERATIONS RESULTS AT JACKSON MOTORPLEX (July 12, 2024) -

Midwest Sprint Touring Series 410 Sprint Cars

ACS Roofing / Westover Masonry A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 10-Scott Bogucki (3); 2. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (6); 3. 09-Matt Juhl (2); 4. 18T-Tanner Holmes (5); 5. 24T-Christopher Thram (7); 6. 14T-Tim Estenson (4); 7. 16-Skylar Prochaska (1); 8. 2KS-Chase Randall (12); 9. 27B-Jake Bubak (16); 10. 14H-Scott Winters (9); 11. 27-Emerson Axsom (15); 12. 44-Chris Martin (11); 13. 11M-Brendan Mullen (17); 14. 51A-Koby Werkmeister (18); 15. 83-Sam Henderson (20); 16. 96-Blaine Stegenga (24); 17. 4-Cameron Martin (19); 18. 10X-Trevor Serbus (25); 19. 80P-Jacob Peterson (21); 20. 4W-Matt Wasmund (23); 21. (DNF) 95-Tyler Drueke (13); 22. (DNF) 33-Scott Broty (8); 23. (DNF) 17B-Ryan Bickett (14); 24. (DNF) 78-Bill Wagner (26); 25. (DNF) 18-Corbin Erickson (22); 26. (DNF) 64-Andy Pake (10).

ACS Roofing / Westover Masonry Dash (6 Laps): 1. 16-Skylar Prochaska (2); 2. 09-Matt Juhl (1); 3. 10-Scott Bogucki (5); 4. 14T-Tim Estenson (6); 5. 18T-Tanner Holmes (3); 6. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (8); 7. 24T-Christopher Thram (7); 8. 33-Scott Broty (4).

GRP Motorsports Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 24T-Christopher Thram (1); 2. 09-Matt Juhl (4); 3. 10-Scott Bogucki (7); 4. 2KS-Chase Randall (5); 5. 27-Emerson Axsom (2); 6. 11M-Brendan Mullen (3); 7. 4-Cameron Martin (6); 8. 83-Sam Henderson (8); 9. 80P-Jacob Peterson (9).

GRP Motorsports Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 33-Scott Broty (2); 2. 16-Skylar Prochaska (4); 3. 44-Chris Martin (3); 4. 18T-Tanner Holmes (8); 5. 95-Tyler Drueke (6); 6. 27B-Jake Bubak (5); 7. 51A-Koby Werkmeister (7); 8. 4W-Matt Wasmund (1); 9. 18-Corbin Erickson (9).

GRP Motorsports Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 14T-Tim Estenson (3); 2. 64-Andy Pake (2); 3. 14H-Scott Winters (5); 4. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (8); 5. 17B-Ryan Bickett (6); 6. (DNF) 96-Blaine Stegenga (4); 7. (DNF) 10X-Trevor Serbus (7); 8. (DNF) 78-Bill Wagner (1).

Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series presented by Heser Auto & Detailing

A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 14SS-Jody Rosenboom (3); 2. 24G-Chris Graf (5); 3. 45-Monty Ferriera (2); 4. 23-Brandon Bosma (16); 5. 17-Lee Goos Jr (13); 6. 90-Eric Schulz (1); 7. 43-Jake Greenwood (9); 8. 1-Amelia Eisenschenk (4); 9. 30-Matt Johnson (12); 10. 23V-Michalob Voeltz (15); 11. 81-Jared Jansen (7); 12. 15-Laela Eisenschenk (6); 13. 6B-Bayley Ballenger (10); 14. 91X-Johnny Sullivan (11); 15. X-Dylan Waxdahl (18); 16. 19-Nate Eakin (17); 17. 24B-Brandon Buysse (14); 18. 56-Bill Johnson (20); 19. 41-Jeff Wilke (21); 20. 12L-John Lambertz (8); 21. 55R-Ryan Serrao (19).

B Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 23-Brandon Bosma (1); 2. X-Dylan Waxdahl (2); 3. 56-Bill Johnson (4); 4. 05-Brandon Allen (3); 5. 9-Dominic Dobesh (6); 6. 2D-Dusty Ballenger (12); 7. 26G-Hannah Graf (8); 8. 23C-Ben Crees (5); 9. 28G-Gracyn Masur (10); 10. 97-Jackson Weber (9); 11. 28-Madi Miller (14); 12. 88-Nathan Thelen (11); 13. (DNF) 1300-Brett Allen (7); 14. (DNS) 9A-Hunter Hanson; 15. (DNS) 20T-Travis Christensen.

B Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 19-Nate Eakin (1); 2. 55R-Ryan Serrao (2); 3. 41-Jeff Wilke (7); 4. 23L-Aydin Lloyd (8); 5. 6-Logan Moore (4); 6. 9X-Laney Moore (10); 7. 65X-Sawyer Grogan (3); 8. 15K-Keagan McCarty (9); 9. 47-Kyra Weber (11); 10. 3D-Dan Griep (14); 11. (DNF) 61-Riley Valentine (13); 12. (DNF) 17D-Dillon Bickett (6); 13. (DNS) 4SS-Brandon Halverson; 14. (DNS) 53X-Joe Miller.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 1-Amelia Eisenschenk (2); 2. 15-Laela Eisenschenk (4); 3. 91X-Johnny Sullivan (5); 4. 23-Brandon Bosma (8); 5. 65X-Sawyer Grogan (1); 6. 23C-Ben Crees (3); 7. 41-Jeff Wilke (6); 8. 97-Jackson Weber (7); 9. 47-Kyra Weber (9).

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 45-Monty Ferriera (4); 2. 6B-Bayley Ballenger (2); 3. 30-Matt Johnson (8); 4. 19-Nate Eakin (6); 5. 56-Bill Johnson (9); 6. 17D-Dillon Bickett (1); 7. 26G-Hannah Graf (7); 8. 9X-Laney Moore (5); 9. 88-Nathan Thelen (3).

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 24G-Chris Graf (4); 2. 12L-John Lambertz (1); 3. 17-Lee Goos Jr (8); 4. X-Dylan Waxdahl (3); 5. 6-Logan Moore (2); 6. 9-Dominic Dobesh (6); 7. 23L-Aydin Lloyd (5); 8. 28G-Gracyn Masur (7); 9. 20T-Travis Christensen (9).

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 14SS-Jody Rosenboom (5); 2. 90-Eric Schulz (3); 3. 24B-Brandon Buysse (4); 4. 55R-Ryan Serrao (6); 5. (DNF) 2D-Dusty Ballenger (7); 6. (DNF) 61-Riley Valentine (9); 7. (DNS) 9A-Hunter Hanson; 8. (DNS) 53X-Joe Miller; 9. (DNS) 3D-Dan Griep.

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 43-Jake Greenwood (2); 2. 81-Jared Jansen (7); 3. 23V-Michalob Voeltz (5); 4. 05-Brandon Allen (8); 5. 4SS-Brandon Halverson (1); 6. 1300-Brett Allen (6); 7. 15K-Keagan McCarty (3); 8. (DNF) 28-Madi Miller (4).

UP NEXT -

July 25 for the Livewire Printing Company 360 Shootout presented by Tweeter Contracting featuring the Gunderson Racing Inc. Midwest Sprint Touring Series 360 Sprint Cars and the Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Cars presented by Heser Auto & Detailing

July 26 for the Merle Johnson Memorial Border Battle presented by New Fashion Pork featuring the Midwest Sprint Touring Series 410 Sprint Cars and the Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Cars presented by Heser Auto & Detailing

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Varin Wins Battle, Poirier Wins War in ESS CNY Speedweek Finale at Weedsport

By Curtis Berleue (Weedsport, NY) | After a grueling week of action at tracks across NY state, the 2024 version of the Empire Super Sprints CNY Speedweek concluded Sunday night at the Weedsport Speedway in Weedsport, NY. Sitting atop victory hill when the dust settled was Danny Varin, $2,500 richer for his efforts.

Pinnacle Pole Award winner Jordan Thomas brought the field to the green flag and jumped out to an early lead over Matt Tanner and Jonathan Preston.

Working the extreme high side of the track, the lead trio caught lap traffic on lap 8, and Thomas was able to extend his lead navigating the slower cars with ease. By lap 12, he had extended his advantage over Matt Tanner to nearly half a track.

As the laps wound down, however, Thomas’ early lead had vanished, and while battling for position with Matt Tanner, his night would end in the fourth turn wall on the last lap.

The ensuing restart set up a one-lap duel between Tanner and Varin, with Varin emerging victorious.

“At the end, I was going to put it in the fence or try to win it,” said Varin. “We just had to pull that wing forward and give it everything we had there for the lap and it paid off.”

“We got about an hour’s worth of sleep last night; drove all the way back to Fonda, pulled two motors out, put one back in – it was just a huge effort and I couldn’t do it without this whole team.”

Matt Tanner would cross the line in second, and Jonathan Preston rounded out the Ashley Lynn Winery podium in third.

34 winged warriors signed in for action on the final night of CNY Speedweek, splitting the field into four timed hot lap groups. Rifenburg Contracting fast time awards went to Cory Turner, Jordan Thomas, Danny Varin and Larry wight. E&V Energy heat races were won by Jason Barney, Jordan Poirier, Danny Varin and Larry Wight. The Lacaillade Masonry B-Main went to Kelly Hebing, while Johnny Smith won The Wildcat dash.

After one rainout and four straight nights of action, Jordan Poirier was crowned the 2024 CNY Speedweek champion. The St. Mathieu de Beloeil, Quebec driver was consistent all week, with a second-place finish at Utica-Rome, third at Brewerton, sixth at Fulton and fourth at Weedsport to round out the week.

Davie Franek finished the week second in points, followed by Jason Barney in third, Danny Varin and Matt Tanner to round out the top five.

The next scheduled event for the Empire Super Sprints is Friday July 19th at the Albany-Saratoga Speedway in Malta, NY. For the latest news, information, and schedule updates regarding the Empire Super Sprints be sure to check the series website (www.EmpireSuperSprints.com) and follow along on Facebook (Empire Super Sprints), Twitter (@ESSprints) and Instagram (@empiresupersprints).

The Empire Super Sprints would like to thank the following series sponsors for their continued support: Rifenburg Contracting Corp, PJC Spray Foam, Hoosier Racing Tire, Cobra Coaches, E&V Energy, A-Verdi Storage Containers, Fondations 4 Saisons, Pinnacle Investments, LLC, Lacaillade Masonry, Inc., FX Caprara, ASI Racewear, Lanes Yamaha, Ashley Lynn Winery, Bicknell Racing Products, DirtTrackDigest.com and LC Design.

The ESS Road Ahead:

Thursday, July 11 – Ohsweken Speedway – Ohsweken, ONT ($5,000 to win NASCAR Night – no points)

Friday, July 12 – Ohsweken Speedway – Ohsweken, ONT ($10,000 to win Northern Summer Nationals – no points)

Friday, July 19 – Albany-Saratoga Speedway – Malta, NY ($2,000 to Win)

Saturday, July 20 – Fonda Speedway – Fonda, NY ($2,000 to Win Earl Halaquist Memorial)

Full Results:

A-Main (25 Laps): 1. #01-Danny Varin[10]; 2. 90-Matt Tanner[3]; 3. 22-Jonathan Preston[4]; 4. 28-Jordan Poirier[5]; 5. #99L-Larry Wight[7]; 6. 28F-Davie Franek[17]; 7. #17-Sammy Reakes IV[12]; 8. 87-Jason Barney[9]; 9. 17X-Cory Turner[8]; 10. 96X-Chad Phelps[22]; 11. 98-Joe Trenca[2]; 12. #41-Dalton Rombough[19]; 13. 0-Glenn Styres[15]; 14. #79-Jordan Thomas[1]; 15. 10V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[16]; 16. 53-Shawn Donath[14]; 17. 4P-Chase Moran[25]; 18. 36-Logan Crisafulli[20]; 19. 33-Lacey Hanson[24]; 20. 3-Parker Evans[11]; 21. 10-Kelly Hebing[21]; 22. 13E-Evan Reynolds[26]; 23. #3Z-John Smith IV[13]; 24. #4-Emily VanInwegen[6]; 25. #88C-Chad Miller[18]; 26. 46-Ryan Coniam[23]

Lacaillade Masonry B-Main (10 Laps): 1. 10-Kelly Hebing[1]; 2. 96X-Chad Phelps[3]; 3. 46-Ryan Coniam[2]; 4. 33-Lacey Hanson[5]; 5. 4P-Chase Moran[7]; 6. #25G-Tyler Graves[10]; 7. 2-Dave Axton[6]; 8. 13E-Evan Reynolds[13]; 9. 13-Keith Granholm[14]; 10. 23-Eric Cartier[11]; 11. X-Dan Bennett[8]; 12. 29-Dylan Menditto[4]; 13. (DNS) 66-Jordan Hutton; 14. (DNS) 13T-Trevor Years

The Wildcat Dash (4 Laps): 1. #3Z-John Smith IV[4]; 2. 53-Shawn Donath[2]; 3. 0-Glenn Styres[1]; 4. 10V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[3]

E&V Energy Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 87-Jason Barney[3]; 2. 17X-Cory Turner[1]; 3. 90-Matt Tanner[2]; 4. 0-Glenn Styres[5]; 5. 28F-Davie Franek[4]; 6. 10-Kelly Hebing[6]; 7. 33-Lacey Hanson[9]; 8. 66-Jordan Hutton[7]; 9. 13E-Evan Reynolds[8]

E&V Energy Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 28-Jordan Poirier[2]; 2. #79-Jordan Thomas[1]; 3. 3-Parker Evans[3]; 4. 53-Shawn Donath[7]; 5. #88C-Chad Miller[6]; 6. 46-Ryan Coniam[4]; 7. 2-Dave Axton[5]; 8. #25G-Tyler Graves[9]; 9. 13-Keith Granholm[8]

E&V Energy Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. #01-Danny Varin[1]; 2. 98-Joe Trenca[2]; 3. 22-Jonathan Preston[4]; 4. 10V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[6]; 5. #41-Dalton Rombough[3]; 6. 96X-Chad Phelps[5]; 7. 4P-Chase Moran[7]; 8. 23-Eric Cartier[8]

E&V Energy Heat 4 (10 Laps): 1. #99L-Larry Wight[1]; 2. #4-Emily VanInwegen[2]; 3. #17-Sammy Reakes IV[8]; 4. #3Z-John Smith IV[5]; 5. 36-Logan Crisafulli[3]; 6. 29-Dylan Menditto[4]; 7. X-Dan Bennett[7]; 8. (DNS) 13T-Trevor Years

Awards & Contingencies:

Rifenburg Contracting Fast Time ($25 each): #17X-Cory Turner; #79-Jordan Thomas; #01-Danny Varin; #99L-Larry Wight

E&V Energy Heat Winners ($25 each): #87-Jason Barney; #28-Jordan Poirier; #01-Danny Varin; #99L-Larry Wight

Cobra Coaches / The Wildcat Dash Winner ($125): #3Z-Johnny Smith

Lacaillade Masonry B Main Winner ($50): #10-Kelly Hebing

PJC Spray Foam First Non-Qualifier ($50): #25G-Tyler Graves

Pinnacle Pole Draw Award ($25): #79-Jordan Thomas

A-Verdi Storage Containers Hard Charger Award ($50): #96x-Chad Phelps (+12)

Pinnacle Investments Last Car Running ($30): #13E-Evan Reynolds

Pinnacle Investments 11th Place (5 gallons fuel): #98-Joe Trenca

Ashley Lynn Winery Podium Finish (bottle of wine): #01-Danny Varin; #90-Matt Tanner; #22-Jonathan Preston

Hoosier Tire Award (RR Hoosier tire): #28-Jordan Poirier

 

 

Williamson, Donnohue and Zebell Earn First Huset's Speedway Wins of Season During Metro Construction Night

Inside Line Promotions - BRANDON, S.D. (July 7, 2024) - Garet Williamson, Brady Donnohue and J.J. Zebell each maneuvered to their first feature victory of the season at Huset's Speedway on Sunday during Metro Construction Night.

The three new winners now make 20 different winners in 22 main events at the high-banked track this season.

Williamson led the final 11 laps of the Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars and Midwest Sprint Touring Series 410 Sprint Cars main event, which saw a green-white-checkered finish as Williamson was in turn four on the final scheduled lap when the caution came out.

"The car was phenomenal," he said after pulling away to a comfortable triumph following the late restart. "That was a blast to drive. Tonight we put a whole night together. We were really great. When everything clicks, it's really nice."

Justin Henderson paced the field for the first dozen laps before Kerry Madsen powered from third into the lead on the bottom of turns one and two on Lap 13. On the ensuing lap, Madsen narrowly made contact with a sideways car he was attempting to lap, spinning out in turns one and two. That gave the top spot back to Henderson, who led for the next lap before Williamson drove around him in turns three and four.

Despite thick traffic and a late-race restart, Williamson was efficient to score his second career victory at the track. He became the division's seventh different winner in seven weekly races this season.

"The track was phenomenal," he said. "It opened up really nice. I love racing here. It's really fun. We've been struggling so this one is really big. It's so hard to win a race; it doesn't matter where you go."

Chase Randall finished with a runner-up result for the third time at the track this season.

"It was a great night, all in all," he said. "We had a strong car."

Mark Dobmeier recorded his first podium finish of the season at Huset's Speedway with a third-place outing.

"It was a nice, solid night for us," he said. "I think I had a car that could have won the feature. We've been tweaking on it all year and kinda all last year as well. We're going in the right direction."

Henderson placed fourth and Tim Estenson tied a career-best result at Huset's Speedway with a fifth-place finish.

Madsen and Henderson each set quick time in their group's qualifying session to open the night. The heat races were won by points leader Kaleb Johnson, Estenson, Dobmeier and Randall. Scott Winters was the B Main winner.

Donnohue used the top of the track to take the lead near the midpoint of the 20-lap Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series main event to garner his first career triumph at the track. He is the seventh different division victor this year.

"I didn't really expect to win my first year out," he said. "That turned out to be a really good track. It slicked off nice and was awesome."

Taylor Forbes led early and focused on the bottom lane before multiple drivers began using the top of the track to move forward. Donnohue, who started seventh, pounced shortly after a red flag on Lap 5 with Brandon Bosma and Shayle Bade making waves on the outside line as well. The final caution occurred on Lap 16 when Bosma spun after he and Bade made contact entering turn one.

Bade finished with a charge from 10 th to second place. Cole Vanderheiden maneuvered from 13 th to third. Trefer Waller was fourth and Koby Werkmeister rallied from 18 th to fifth.

Waller, Bayley Ballenger, Bade and Jay Masur picked up heat race wins. The B Mains were won by Jacob Peterson and Werkmeister.

Zebell hustled from 13 th to capture his eighth career Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks feature victory at Huset's Speedway.

"That's what I've worked on this year is being patient," he said. "I just weaved my way through and had a couple of good luck (moments)."

Kinzer Glanzer led the first six laps before he and second-running Tracy Halouska connected and came to a stop in turns one and two. Garet Deboer inherited the top spot and held the point for a trio of laps before he spun entering turn one on a restart on Lap 10. Zebell moved into the lead and held off 11th-starting Matt Steuerwald to extend his lead in the championship standings.

Cory Yeigh rallied from 12 th to third with John Hoing advancing from 16 th to fourth. Mike Chaney rounded out the top five.

Billy Prouty, Halouska and Brett Martin were the heat race winners.

The next race at Huset's Speedway is Sunday for Huset's Hall of Fame Night featuring the Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars, Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks and the Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series.

METRO CONSTRUCTION NIGHT RESULTS AT HUSET'S SPEEDWAY (July 7, 2024) -

Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars/MSTS 410 Sprint Cars

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 23-Garet Williamson (3); 2. 2KS-Chase Randall (2); 3. 13-Mark Dobmeier (4); 4. 83-Justin Henderson (1); 5. 14T-Tim Estenson (9); 6. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (5); 7. 16-Brooke Tatnell (11); 8. 45-Landon Brooks (8); 9. 14H-Scott Winters (21); 10. 95-Tyler Drueke (19); 11. 24T-Christopher Thram (7); 12. 11M-Brendan Mullen (23); 13. 09-Matt Juhl (24); 14. 22-Riley Goodno (20); 15. 3J-Dusty Zomer (13); 16. 8-Jacob Hughes (10); 17. 83JR-Sam Henderson (15); 18. 44-Chris Martin (16); 19. 55-Kerry Madsen (6); 20. 4-Cameron Martin (12); 21. 74N-Luke Nellis (22); 22. 64-Andy Pake (18); 23. 96-Blaine Stegenga (14); 24. (DNF) 10-Scott Bogucki (17).

B Feature (12 Laps): 1. 14H-Scott Winters (1); 2. 74N-Luke Nellis (2); 3. 11M-Brendan Mullen (3); 4. 09-Matt Juhl (6); 5. 10J-Justin Jacobsma (7); 6. 17B-Ryan Bickett (8); 7. 17G-Lee Goos Jr (5); 8. 5G-Gage Pulkrabek (10); 9. 101-Chuck McGillivray (11); 10. 8X-Micah Slendy (13); 11. (DNF) 10X-Trevor Serbus (4); 12. (DNF) 9-Dominic Dobesh (12); 13. (DNS) J2-John Carney II; 14. (DNS) 78-Bill Wagner.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (1); 2. 24T-Christopher Thram (3); 3. 55-Kerry Madsen (4); 4. 10-Scott Bogucki (5); 5. 83JR-Sam Henderson (2); 6. 11M-Brendan Mullen (6); 7. 17G-Lee Goos Jr (8); 8. J2-John Carney II (7); 9. 8X-Micah Slendy (9).

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 14T-Tim Estenson (1); 2. 23-Garet Williamson (3); 3. 4-Cameron Martin (2); 4. 95-Tyler Drueke (5); 5. 14H-Scott Winters (6); 6. 3J-Dusty Zomer (4); 7. 10J-Justin Jacobsma (7); 8. 101-Chuck McGillivray (8).

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 13-Mark Dobmeier (3); 2. 83-Justin Henderson (4); 3. 8-Jacob Hughes (2); 4. 64-Andy Pake (5); 5. 44-Chris Martin (1); 6. 10X-Trevor Serbus (8); 7. 17B-Ryan Bickett (7); 8. 74N-Luke Nellis (6); 9. (DNF) 78-Bill Wagner (9).

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 2KS-Chase Randall (2); 2. 96-Blaine Stegenga (1); 3. 45-Landon Brooks (4); 4. 16-Brooke Tatnell (3); 5. 22-Riley Goodno (5); 6. 09-Matt Juhl (6); 7. 5G-Gage Pulkrabek (7); 8. 9-Dominic Dobesh (8).

Qualifying A (2 Laps): 1. 55-Kerry Madsen, 00:10.682 (17); 2. 3J-Dusty Zomer, 00:10.686 (11); 3. 24T-Christopher Thram, 00:10.792 (1); 4. 23-Garet Williamson, 00:10.792 (15); 5. 83JR-Sam Henderson, 00:10.794 (3); 6. 4-Cameron Martin, 00:10.895 (5); 7. 22K-Kaleb Johnson, 00:10.951 (8); 8. 14T-Tim Estenson, 00:10.962 (2); 9. 10-Scott Bogucki, 00:10.997 (4); 10. 95-Tyler Drueke, 00:11.019 (10); 11. 11M-Brendan Mullen, 00:11.027 (6); 12. 14H-Scott Winters, 00:11.047 (9); 13. J2-John Carney II, 00:11.109 (13); 14. 10J-Justin Jacobsma, 00:11.228 (12); 15. 17G-Lee Goos Jr, 00:11.507 (14); 16. 101-Chuck McGillivray, 00:11.964 (7); 17. 8X-Micah Slendy, 00:11.975 (16).

Qualifying B (2 Laps): 1. 83-Justin Henderson, 00:10.784 (3); 2. 45-Landon Brooks, 00:10.934 (9); 3. 13-Mark Dobmeier, 00:11.056 (15); 4. 16-Brooke Tatnell, 00:11.086 (5); 5. 8-Jacob Hughes, 00:11.135 (11); 6. 2KS-Chase Randall, 00:11.202 (4); 7. 44-Chris Martin, 00:11.202 (2); 8. 96-Blaine Stegenga, 00:11.214 (7); 9. 64-Andy Pake, 00:11.230 (12); 10. 22-Riley Goodno, 00:11.235 (14); 11. 74N-Luke Nellis, 00:11.308 (16); 12. 09-Matt Juhl, 00:11.317 (8); 13. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 00:11.407 (1); 14. 5G-Gage Pulkrabek, 00:11.433 (13); 15. 10X-Trevor Serbus, 00:11.555 (17); 16. 9-Dominic Dobesh, 00:11.624 (10); 17. 78-Bill Wagner, 00:12.588 (6).

Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 29Z-JJ Zebell (13); 2. 3-Matt Steuerwald (11); 3. 64-Cory Yeigh (12); 4. 55-John Hoing (16); 5. 12-Mike Chaney (9); 6. 40-Tim Dann (10); 7. 71-Zach Olivier (17); 8. 1X-Aaron Foote (3); 9. 98-Dan Jensen (15); 10. 1K-Kinzer Glanzer (1); 11. 3M-Brett Martin (8); 12. 99-Ryan DeBoer (18); 13. 21-Ron Howe (14); 14. 9-Kyle DeBoer (6); 15. 86-Tracy Halouska (2); 16. 33-Garet Deboer (5); 17. (DNF) 15-Brandon Ferguson (7); 18. (DNS) 51-Billy Prouty; 19. (DNS) 83-Nick Janssen.

Fastenal Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 51-Billy Prouty (2); 2. 1K-Kinzer Glanzer (1); 3. 3-Matt Steuerwald (6); 4. 40-Tim Dann (5); 5. 29Z-JJ Zebell (7); 6. 55-John Hoing (4); 7. 99-Ryan DeBoer (3).

Midwest Oil / VP Fuels Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 86-Tracy Halouska (1); 2. 33-Garet Deboer (2); 3. 15-Brandon Ferguson (3); 4. 12-Mike Chaney (4); 5. 21-Ron Howe (5); 6. 71-Zach Olivier (6).

Midwest Oil / VP Fuels Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 3M-Brett Martin (3); 2. 64-Cory Yeigh (6); 3. 1X-Aaron Foote (1); 4. 9-Kyle DeBoer (2); 5. 98-Dan Jensen (5); 6. (DNF) 83-Nick Janssen (4).

Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 34DD-Brady Donnohue (7); 2. 03-Shayle Bade (10); 3. 15V-Cole Vanderheiden (13); 4. 32-Trefer Waller (5); 5. 31-Koby Werkmeister (18); 6. 23V-Michalob Voeltz (9); 7. 81-Jared Jansen (12); 8. 3-Jeremiah Jordahl (2); 9. X-Dylan Waxdahl (16); 10. 48F-Taylor Forbes (1); 11. 23L-Aydin Lloyd (4); 12. 80P-Jacob Peterson (17); 13. 12L-John Lambertz (19); 14. 6B-Bayley Ballenger (6); 15. 23-Brandon Bosma (11); 16. 4D-Logan Domagala (20); 17. 14-Nick Barger (15); 18. 48-Cole Olson (14); 19. 62J-Jay Masur (3); 20. 2D-Dusty Ballenger (8).

B Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 80P-Jacob Peterson (1); 2. 12L-John Lambertz (2); 3. 18T-Tyler Rabenberg (6); 4. 18-Corbin Erickson (3); 5. 88-Nate Thelen (5); 6. (DNF) 18D-Dalton Domagala (8); 7. (DNF) 35X-Jeff Lackey (7); 8. (DNS) 55R-Ryan Serrao; 9. (DNS) 7L-Jesse Lindberg.

B Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 31-Koby Werkmeister (2); 2. 4D-Logan Domagala (1); 3. 28-Nicholas Winter (4); 4. 05-Brandon Allen (3); 5. 9A-Hunter Hanson (6); 6. 3J-Jeridan Jordahl (7); 7. 65X-Sawyer Grogan (5); 8. 28G-Gracyn Masur (9); 9. (DNS) 11X-Logan Kafka.

Gunderson Racing Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 32-Trefer Waller (4); 2. 23-Brandon Bosma (7); 3. 23L-Aydin Lloyd (3); 4. 15V-Cole Vanderheiden (6); 5. 80P-Jacob Peterson (8); 6. 18-Corbin Erickson (5); 7. 88-Nate Thelen (1); 8. 35X-Jeff Lackey (9); 9. (DQ) 18D-Dalton Domagala (2).

Saldana Racing Products Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 6B-Bayley Ballenger (4); 2. 34DD-Brady Donnohue (5); 3. 81-Jared Jansen (8); 4. 48-Cole Olson (3); 5. 12L-John Lambertz (7); 6. 55R-Ryan Serrao (1); 7. 18T-Tyler Rabenberg (6); 8. (DNS) 7L-Jesse Lindberg.

Vahlco Wheels Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 03-Shayle Bade (6); 2. 2D-Dusty Ballenger (5); 3. 3-Jeremiah Jordahl (2); 4. 14-Nick Barger (7); 5. 4D-Logan Domagala (4); 6. 05-Brandon Allen (8); 7. 65X-Sawyer Grogan (1); 8. 3J-Jeridan Jordahl (3); 9. (DNF) 28G-Gracyn Masur (9).

Maxim Chassis Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 62J-Jay Masur (2); 2. 48F-Taylor Forbes (1); 3. 23V-Michalob Voeltz (5); 4. X-Dylan Waxdahl (4); 5. 31-Koby Werkmeister (7); 6. 28-Nicholas Winter (3); 7. 9A-Hunter Hanson (6); 8. (DNF) 11X-Logan Kafka (8).

2024 HUSET'S SPEEDWAY WEEKLY DIVISION FEATURE WINNERS -

Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars :

Tyler Drueke- 1(May 19); Tim Kaeding - 1 (May 27); Anthony Macri - 1 (June 2); Austin McCarl - 1 (June 9); Daison Pursley - 1 (May 26); Ryan Timms - 1 (June 16); and Garet Williamson - 1 (July 7)

Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks:

Zach Olivier - 2 (May 27 and June 9); Cory Yeigh - 2(May 26 and June 2); Tim Dann - 1 (June 16); Brylee Gough- 1(May 19); and J.J. Zebell - 1 (July 7)

Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series:

Dusty Ballenger- 1(May 19); Nate Barger - 1 (June 16); Brady Donnohue - 1 (July 7); Monty Ferriera - 1 (May 27); Zach Patterson - 1 (June 9); Andrew Sullivan - 1 (June 2); and Cole Vanderheiden - 1 (May 26)

UP NEXT -

Sunday for Huset's Hall of Fame Night featuring the Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars, Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks and the Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series

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Andy Forsberg, Michael Faccinto, Josef Ferolito and Nick Baldwin claim Placerville Speedway wins

By Gary Thomas

Placerville, CA…Auburn’s Andy Forsberg snagged the lead on an early restart and dominated the remainder of the way to grab his 72nd career Placerville Speedway Winged Sprint Car triumph on Saturday night.

Sharing victory lane on Red Hawk Casino Night were Michael Faccinto with the USAC/BCRA Midgets, Josef Ferolito with the BCRA Lightning Sprints and Nick Baldwin with the Pure Stocks.

The 25-lap Thompson’s Family of Dealerships Winged Sprint Car main event saw current point leader Bubba Decaires jump in front after battling Oregon driver Tyler Thompson on the opening circuit. The pilot of the Morrison Concrete No. 94 set the pace as racers battled for position behind him.

Andy Forsberg climbed into second on lap seven however and took advantage of a restart to rocket past Decaires for the top spot. Once out front the nine-time track champion pulled away from the field with ease. Forsberg ran the cushion to perfection and went on to cross under the Ron Stahl checkered flag for his third win of the season at Placerville Speedway.

Placerville’s Shane Hopkins continued his stellar start to the campaign by finishing in the runner up spot, followed by Decaires, Sacramento’s Austin Wood and Thompson. Rounding out the top-10 were Justin Peck, Michael Faccinto, Ashlyn Rodriguez, Izaak Sharp and Blaine Craft.

The USAC Western States/ BCRA Midget feature came to the line with husband-and-wife duo of Michael and Danika Jo Faccinto sharing the front row. M. Faccinto moved out front at the waving of the green flag. Around lap five though all eyes were glued to current USAC point leader Cade Lewis, who ran the cushion like a veteran.

Lewis charged by Faccinto to snag the lead on lap nine, with Arizona racer Drake Edwards following along for second a few circuits later. Edwards then attempted a super slider with four laps remaining but got sideways and resulted in Lewis climbing over him, ending in a nasty set of barrel rolls. Luckily, Lewis was okay but done for the night, as was Edwards.

Michael Faccinto then inherited the lead and led the final four laps for the victory over Brandon Wiley, Dane Colver, Dalten Gabbard and Robby Flock.

Modesto’s Josef Ferolito brought home his second straight Placerville Speedway victory with the BCRA Wingless Lightning Sprints on Saturday. Dakota Albright ran second, followed by Matt Land, Hunter Kinney and Greg Dennett.

The Red Hawk Casino Pure Stock feature saw Placerville’s Tyler Lightfoot blast his way into the lead at the start. Lightfoot set the early pace but had five-time track champion Nick Baldwin coming like a house of fire.

Baldwin made the move on lap seven and went to score his 28th career Placerville Speedway win. Lightfoot tallied a runner up finish at the checkered with Kevin Jinkerson, Tommy Sturgeon and Anthony Vigna completing the top-five.

Placerville Speedway returns to action with Burger Night presented by Kings Meats on Saturday July 13th. All burgers will be half price during the evening.

Results

Placerville Speedway
Red Hawk Casino Night
July 6, 2024

Winged Sprint Cars:

1. 92-Andy Forsberg[3]; 2. 21-Shane Hopkins[4]; 3. 94-Greg Decaires V[1]; 4. 2A-Austin Wood[6]; 5. 35KM-Tyler Thompson[2]; 6. 17P-Justin Peck[7]; 7. X1-Michael Faccinto[9]; 8. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez[12]; 9. 24S-Izaak Sharp[11]; 10. 97-Blaine Craft[16]; 11. 17-Anthony Snow[14]; 12. 85-AJ Alderman[15]; 13. 25JR-Cody Johnson[17]; 14. 7C-Tony Gomes[8]; 15. 45-Jake Morgan[13]; 16. 33T-Jimmy Trulli[10]; 17. 7P-Jake Andreotti[5]

USAC/BCRA Midgets:

1. 14T-Michael Faccinto[2]; 2. 14-Brandon Wiley[6]; 3. 50-Dane Colver[7]; 4. 77-Dalten Gabbard[4]; 5. 19W-Robby Flock[8]; 6. 13-Danika Jo Faccinto[1]; 7. 65-Ben Covich[10]; 8. 101-Cade Lewis[5]; 9. 3P-Drake Edwards[3]; 10. 1X-Jim Aveggio[12]; 11. (DNF) 1K-Terry Nichols[9]; 12. (DNF) 18-Floyd Alvis[11]; 13. (DNF) 00-Jake Andreotti[13]; 14. (DNF) 68-Marvin Mitchell[14]; 15. (DNS) 1T-Dakota Albright; 16. (DNS) 78-Ron Hazelton

BCRA Lightning Sprints:

1. 18-Josef Ferolito[1]; 2. 35JR-Dakota Albright[4]; 3. 91-Matt Land[3]; 4. 3F-Hunter Kinney[6]; 5. 47-Greg Dennett[2]; 6. 00-Bradley Schmidt[5]; 7. 27-Tyler Gerdes[8]; 8. 51-Cameron Martin[9]; 9. 21-Tom Schmidt[10]; 10. 22-Jason Schostag[7]

 

 

Price Shows The Way In Front of Packed Skagit Speedway House

7/6/24

By Kaleb Hart

Alger, WA - With a packed house watching on, Robbie Price found Skagit Speedway success on Saturday Night with his first win of the year. With Les Schwab supporting the racing action and fireworks to follow, it was Price, Jeff Westergard and Colin Sims taking home feature wins.

Price and Colton Heath started the main event in row one and after swapping moves and race lines multiple times in the first two laps, Robbie found the forward bite he needed to pull away and establish a strong lead. Heath settled into second and spent most of the race trying to keep Price from ditching him in traffic - Robbie had just finished lapping 11th place when a lap 24 caution bunched the field. Heath had cut Robbie’s lead in half right before the caution came out, but on the ensuing restart, chaos erupted from second on back, as Jesse Schlotfeldt and Jason Solwold had monster restarts that pushed them into podium finishing positions. No one could catch Price who rolled on to win the features ahead of Schlotfeldt and Solwold. Trey Starks set quick time. Heat races were won by Chase Goetz, Garen Linder, Schlotfeldt and Cam Smith.

Jeff Westergard won his first Skagit Aggregates Modifieds main event at Skagit Speedway. Westergard took the lead from Brent Morris on lap 12 and went on to win his first feature of the season at his home track. Alan Grimbly ran second with Ben Gunderson taking third. Grimbly and Gunderson were heat winners along with Austin Smith.

In the Hornet class, Colin Sims held off a strong challenge from Steve Peters to win the A Feature. Peters would try every line he could find, but Sims had the right defensive move for each attempt to stay ahead and win the race. Peters and Brian Michelson rounded out the podium. Michelson was fast time while heat race wins went to Howard Vos and Tazio Andreasson.

360 Sprints

Fast Time - Trey Starks 11.977

Heat 1 - Chase Goetz

Heat 2 - Garen Linder

Heat 3 - Jesse Schlotfeldt

Heat 4 - Cam Smith

Main - Robbie Price, Jesse Schlotfeldt, Jason Solwold, Colby Thornhill, Cam Smith, Colton Heath, Chase Goetz, Levi Hillier, Tanner Holm, Jordan Milne, Jordi Meese, Levi Klatt, Kai Dixon, Reece Goetz, Bill Rude, Dustin Gehring, Trey Starks, Brock Lemley, Axel Oudman, Garen Linder, Levi Kuntz, Mike Brown, Colin Mackey, Dallas Melby

Lap Leaders - Price 1-30

Hornets

Fast Time - Brian Michelson 18.754

Heat 1 - Howard Vos

Heat 2 - Tazio Andreasson

Main - Colin Sims, Steve Peters, Brian Michelson, Wyatt Covert, Raven Skaugrud, David Dykstra, Tazio Andreasson, Ian Buck, Robert Hays, Leanne King, Scott Henry, Dave Hill, Howard Vos, Dan O’Keefe, Brandt Burress, Braxton Houseman, William Zottneck, Jeff Woolsey, Brent Shetler, Mike Guffey

Lap Leaders - Sims 1-18

Skagit Aggregates Modifieds

Heat 1 - Austin Smith

Heat 2 - Alan Grimbly

Heat 3 - Ben Gunderson

Main - Jeff Westergard, Alan Grimbly, Ben Gunderson, James Bundy, Kevin Smith, Trevor Labarge, Steve Peters, Dan Butenschoen, Ben Malmstadt, Rick Smith, Brent Morris, TJ Larsen, Lee Swift, Adam Holtrop, Branden Nutter, Greg Hibma, Austin Smith, Jakob Smith

Lap Leaders - Morris 1-11 Westergard 12-16

 

 

Farnham and Jones Win Thrillers at Tri City Raceway Park; Mollick, Gomola, and Laskey Also Prevail

(Franklin, PA July 7, 2024): Matt Farnham captured the victory at Tri City Raceway Park in a thrilling finish in the Krill Recycling 410 Sprint Cars. Farnham got by Michael Bauer on the last lap, while A.J. Flick was closing fast on them both.

In another close battle, Roman Jones made a winning move in turns three and four on the final lap to score in the regularly scheduled feature for the Allegheny Sprint Tour 305 Sprints. Jake Gomola won the make-up feature for that class.

John Mollick and Rod Laskey also smiled in victory lane for the 4 Your Car Connection RUSH Sprints and the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks, respectively.

Farnham and Bauer paced the field for the twenty-five lap Krill Recycling 410 Sprint Cars. Jeremy Weaver started third, with Gale Rulth, Jr. as his dance partner. Bob Felmlee and Dale Blaney made up row three. A.J. Flick and last week’s winner, Carl Bowser, were in row four. Brandon Spithaler and Jack Sodeman, Jr. paired up in row five, with Dan Kuriger making his first 2024 start from the inside of row six. Next to him was Zach Morrow.

Bauer jumped out to the early lead, with Farnham close in second. Ruth, Weaver, Flick, and Blaney followed. Before teh racers settled in, there were a pair of cautions. When the race got going again, it ran the remaining laps without any further interruptions.

Bauer held control, and it appeared as though he might get his first win of the season at Tri City Raceway Park. But Farhnham kept chipping away at the lead. When Bauer got hung up behind a lapper, Farnham seized upon the opportunity to make his move. He scooted by Bauer heading into turn one on the final lap. Bauer tried to launch a counterattack in turn three on the final lap, but he could not hold his line.

Flick was also coming on at the end. He may have had a shot ant both Bauer and Farnham on the final lap, but the presence of the lapped car would have made such a move quite difficult. So, He settled for third with a lot of what ifs on his mind.

Blaney was fourth, with Ruth in fifth. Bowser, Felmlee, Kuriger, Chase Metheney, and Dusty Larson rounded out the top ten.

Heat winners for the Krill Recycling 410 Sprint Cars were Dale Blaney and Jeremy Weaver. There was no B Main.

The 4 Your Car Connection RUSH Sprint Cars had teen Logen Lockhart and veteran John Mollick bring the field to the green. Brent Rhebergen and Zack Wilson were in row two. The third consisted of Joe Buccola and Arnie Kent. Luke Mullichak and Blaze Myers were in row four. The fifth row paired Tyler Clark and Rickie Tucker, III. The sixth row presented Devon Deeter and Charles McClintock.

Mollick surged ahead at the start of the fifteen lap feature. As the laps clicked off, Blaze Myers moved ahead, reaching second by lap eight. By then, Mollick had a commanding lead. Myers closed in on the veteran, but he could not attempt a pass for the lead.

At the checkers, it was Mollick once again, followed by Myers, Rhebergen, Buccola, and Kent. Wilson, Mullichak, Billy Myers, and Charles McClintock followed.

The twin heats for the 4 Your Car Connection RUSH Sprints went to Luke Mullichak and John Mollick. There was no B Main.

In the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks, Shane Applebee and Brett McDonald were at the head of the field. Behind them were Doug Iorio, II and Travis Norman. The third row matched Rod Laskey with Jackson Humanic, who was subbing for Josh Seippel. Pat Fielding and and Jake Whitling made up row four. Mike Bordt and Andrew Hammond had row five. Aaron Smith and Jason Kinney held the sixth.

Laskey raced his way to the front early in the fifteen lapper. Humanic followed into the second position by lap four. Humanic was persistent, but he could not get by the veteran racer.

Laskey maintained his advantage despite two cautions that bunched up the field. Fielding, Bordt, and McDonald completed the top five. The next finishers were Applebee, Russ Coyne, Smith, Whitling, and Hammond.

The Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks ran two heat races, which were won by Humanic and McDonald. There was no B Main.

In the regular show for the Allegheny Sprint Tour 305 Sprint Cars, Zack Wilson and Roman Jones staked their claims to row one. Then came Jeremy Kornbau and Jim Pattock. Row three matched Greg Dobrosky and Timmy Bittner. Andy Priest and Jake Gomola were in row four, followed by Vivian Jones and Shane Shook. Jarret Rosencrance and Roman Gephart occupied row six.

Rhodes grabbed the lead at the drop of the green and led until turn three on the final lap. Roman Jones drove deep into the corner and the two racers were wheel to wheel through the final corners. Jones powered ahead comin off turn four to get his first win of the season.

Interestingly, Jones telegraphed the winning move just before the final caution came out. The caution set him back to second for the restart. Rhodes got away cleanly, but Jones had enough in reserve to repeat the maneuver when it counted.

Gomola took third, followed by Priest and Pattock. Groves, Bittner, Hunter Hite, Shamus O’Donnell, and Lacey Shuttleworth rounded out the top ten.

The Allegheny Sprint Tour also presented two heats. The winners were Priest and Kornbau. There was no B Main.

In the make-up feature for the Allegheny Sprint Tour 305 Sprint Cars, Jake Gomola and Jeremy Kornbau brought the field to the green. Roman Gephart and Andy Priest lined up in the second row, followed by Timmy Bittner and James Pattock. Nolan Groves and Greg Dobrosky made up row four. Then came Jarrett Rosencrance and Jazlyn Boyles. Seth Harrelson and Vivian Jones were in row six.

Gomola made a power move around the outside of turn two following a lap six restart to take the lead from Kornbau, who led from the start of the event. Kornbau’s car began to overheat in the second half of the race and he lost power, eventually finishing third behind Gomola and Andy Priest.

Fourth went to Nolan Groves and fifth to Jarrett Rosencrance. Vivian Jones, Aaron Murano, James Pattock, Shamus O’Donnell, and Timmy Bittner were sixth trough tenth based upon laps completed.

The line-up for this event was set on May 26, before the rains came. No new cars were added.

Tim Bish still leads the way in the Marsh Heating & Cooling Heat Race Challenge, with four victories to his credit.

Next week, Tri City Raceway Park will hold the first Quad Extravaganza from July 8 to July 12. Please check the speedway’s social media for for more details. On the oval, the next program will be July 14, for a Sunday Thunder event, however, the Pro Stock portion of the program will be conducted under the Penn Ohio Pro Stock Series rules. Then, on Saturday, July 20, there will be a Demolition Derby and an Enduro. The Oval will be back in action on July 21 for Sunday Thunder, plus Kids Bicycle Races. All children must have helmets. July 28 will close out the month with the second appearance of the FAST on Dirt Sprint Cars. Taking the place of the 4 Your Car Connection RUSH Sprints in the rotation will be the RUSH Modified Sportsmen.

Krill Recycling 410 Sprint Cars: Matt Farnham, Michael Bauer, A.J. Flick, Dale Blaney, Gale Ruth, Jr., Carl Bowser, Bob Felmlee, Dan Kuriger, Chase Metheney, Dusty Larson, Andy Cavanaugh, Cameron Nastasi, Bodey McClintock, Jeremy Weaver, Michael Lutz, Jr., Jack Sodeman, Jr., Brandon Spithaler, Zach Morrow, Shamus O’Donnell.

4 Your Car Connection RUSH Sprint Cars: John Mollick, Blaze Myers, Brent Rehbergen, Joe Buccola, Arnie Kent, Zach Wilson, Luke Mullichak, Logen Lockhart, Billy Myers, Charles McClintock, Curt Emigs. Ricky Tucker, III, Devon Deeter, Tyler Clark; Trent Marshall (DNS).

Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks: Rod Laskey, Jackson Humanic, Pat Fielding, Mike Bordt, Brett McDonald, Shane Applebee, Russ Coyne, Aaron Smith, Jake Whitling, Andrew Hammond, Jason Kimmy, Doug Iorio, II, Travis Norman; Joey Zambotti (DNS).

Allegheny Sprint Tour 305 Sprint Cars: Roman Jones, Zack Rhodes, Jake Gomola, Andy Priest, James Pattock, Nolan Groves, Timmy Bittner, Hunter Hite, Shamus O’Donnell, Lacey Shuttleworth, Aaron Murano, Greg Dobrosky, Jarrett Rosencrance, Shane Shook, Vivian Jones, Jeremy Kornbau, Roman Gephart, Seth Harrison, Alex Clute, Jazlyn Boyles.

Allegheny Sprint Tour 305 Sprint Car Make-up Feature: Jacob Gomola, Andy Priest, Jeremy Kornbau, Nolan Groves, Jarrett Rosencrance, Vivian Jones, Aaron Murano, James Pattock, Shamus O’Donnell, Timmy Bittner, Greg Dobrosky, Roman Gephart, Jazlyn Boyles, Seth Harrelson, Roman Jones; DNS: Jeffrey Weaver, Mike Mathieson.

 

 

WESTBROOK, BEGOLO, BAILEY, AND COOPER WIN ON BIKE NIGHT AT OHSWEKEN

Article Credit: Brent Otchere

OHSWEKEN, Ont. (July 5, 2024) – Strickland’s Brantford GM and Hunsinger's Plumbing, HVAC, & Electrical presented Drive Safe, Ride Safe, Race Safe Bicycle Night at Ohsweken Speedway on Friday; Dylan Westbrook, Brent Begolo, Dave Bailey, and Jeremy Cooper took A-Main wins.

Kool Kidz-Corr/Pak 360 Sprint Cars
Cory Turner and Eric Gledhill brought the 22 car field to the green flag for the 360 Sprint Car A-Main. Cory Turner set the pace, leading the opening laps while drivers in the midfield were battling for positions. Points leader Dylan Westbrook hunted down Cory Turner for the lead on lap seven, just before a caution came out due to Todd Hoddick spinning to a stop off turn one. Westbrook assumed the lead once more after the restart, quickly building a gap of over eight seconds to second and third place runners Cory Turner and Ryan Turner respectively.

After it was all said and done, Westbrook found himself back in victory lane picking up his fifth win of the season and furthering his points lead. Rounding out the top five were Cory Turner in second, Ryan Turner third, Eric Gledhill fourth, and Darren Dryden fifth. Gledhill set a new track record of 13.010 seconds in hot laps earlier in the evening, besting the fastest recorded 360 Sprint Car lap in track history set by Tom Huppunen in 2009.

Strickland’s Crate Sprint Cars
Sheldon Bender started on pole with Brent Begolo next to him for the 20 lap Crate Sprint Car A-Main. Begolo rocketed ahead of Bender, quickly becoming the favourite to win as his pace could not be matched by the field running a higher downforce setup. A.J. Lewis spun to a stop on lap four, bringing out the caution. Begolo once again got away from the pack unscathed, however.

Lap ten saw a red flag incident as multiple drivers were involved in an incident in which Steve Murdock’s car took significant damage; all the involved drivers were unharmed. Two more cautions came out in the latter half of the race but Begolo still remained in the lead, holding off the previous week’s winner Brett Stratford despite the restarts. Begolo went on to lead all 20 laps, picking up his second career Crate Sprint Car win. Next to cross the line were Stratford in second, Ryan Fraser third, Johnny Miller fourth, and Bender fifth.

Up Next at Ohsweken Speedway
Freshstone Brands, Nitro 54 Variety, and Sit’n Bull Tire present the first night of Thunder on the Grand on Thursday, July 11, featuring the NASCAR Canada Series, Kool Kidz-Corr/Pak 360 Sprint Cars, Empire Super Sprints, Great Lakes Super Sprints, Southern Ontario Sprints, and Strickland’s Crate Sprint Cars. Visit www.ohswekenspeedway.ca for more information.
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Ohsweken Speedway Statistical Report
Friday, July 5, 2024
Ohsweken, Ontario, Canada
Sponsors: Strickland’s Brantford GM and
Hunsinger's Plumbing, HVAC, & Electrical
Total Entries: 111
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Kool Kidz-Corr/Pak 360 Sprint Cars (22 Entries)

A-Main [Started] 25 laps – NT
1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[3]; 2. 17X-Cory Turner[1]; 3. 15-Ryan Turner[15]; 4. 7-Eric Gledhill[2]; 5. 12DD-Darren Dryden[5]; 6. 68-Aaron Turkey[4]; 7. 88H-Josh Hansen[12]; 8. 45-Nick Sheridan[7]; 9. 7NY-Matt Farnham[8]; 10. 9-Liam Martin[13]; 11. 87X-Shone Evans[6]; 12. 19D-Allan Downey[16]; 13. 71-Mike Bowman[22]; 14. 5-DJ Christie[9]; 15. 77T-Tyeller Powless[11]; 16. 94-Todd Hoddick[10]; 17. 0-Glenn Styres[21]; 18. 21K-Kyle Phillips[19]; 19. 46-Kevin Pauls[18]; 20. 81-Derek Jonathan[14]; 21. (DNF) 0C-Cole MacDonald[17]; 22. (DNS) 84L-Mike Lichty
Hard Charger – Ryan Turner +12

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – 1:48.027
1. 7NY-Matt Farnham[2]; 2. 17X-Cory Turner[3]; 3. 77T-Tyeller Powless[1]; 4. 5-DJ Christie[6]; 5. 88H-Josh Hansen[7]; 6. 15-Ryan Turner[8]; 7. 0-Glenn Styres[4]; 8. 71-Mike Bowman[5]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – 1:48.065
1. 7-Eric Gledhill[2]; 2. 12DD-Darren Dryden[3]; 3. 68-Aaron Turkey[4]; 4. 94-Todd Hoddick[5]; 5. 9-Liam Martin[7]; 6. 46-Kevin Pauls[1]; 7. 21K-Kyle Phillips[6]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 8 laps – NT
1. 1. 45-Nick Sheridan[1]; 2. 87X-Shone Evans[5]; 3. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[7]; 4. 81-Derek Jonathan[3]; 5. 19D-Allan Downey[4]; 6. 0C-Cole MacDonald[2]; 7. (DNF) 84L-Mike Lichty[6]
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Strickland’s Crate Sprint Cars (36 Entries)

A-Main [Started] 20 laps – NT
1. 71-Brent Begolo[2]; 2. BS39-Brett Stratford[5]; 3. 94-Ryan Fraser[4]; 4. 20-Johnny Miller[3]; 5. 97-Sheldon Bender[1]; 6. 16X-Keegan Baker[18]; 7. 50LS-Adrian Stahle[6]; 8. 74-Rob Neely[15]; 9. 52-Jesse Costa[19]; 10. 88-Lance Erskine[16]; 11. 45-Curtis Gartly[11]; 12. 29W-Tyler Ward[10]; 13. 9C-Brian Nanticoke[22]; 14. 98-Jonah Mutton[21]; 15. 28T-Cameron Thomson[7]; 16. 51-Trevor Young[23]; 17. 11W-Jeremy Hughes[25]; 18. 72-Tanner Podwinski[27]; 19. 777O-Cameron Olm[14]; 20. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[13]; 21. 24A-AJ Lewis[20]; 22. 1V-Josh Verne Jr[26]; 23. MK8-Matt Hill[17]; 24. 38-Melissa Miller[12]; 25. (DNF) 52RHR-Matt Billings[8]; 26. (DNF) 24K-Kiana Teal[9]; 27. (DNF) 14-Larry Gledhill[28]; 28. (DNF) 2M-Steve Murdock[24]
Hard Charger – Keegan Baker +12

B-Main [Started] 12 laps – NT
1. 98-Jonah Mutton[2]; 2. 9C-Brian Nanticoke[3]; 3. 51-Trevor Young[1]; 4. 2M-Steve Murdock[12]; 5. 11W-Jeremy Hughes[4]; 6. 1V-Josh Verne Jr[13]; 7. 72-Tanner Podwinski[5]; 8. 14-Larry Gledhill[7]; 9. 85C-Cam MacKinnon[8]; 10. 4B-Darrell Pelletier[16]; 11. 53-Logan Shwedyk[9]; 12. 2-Travis Hofstetter[15]; 13. 69K-Ken Hamilton[11]; 14. 3-Devon Bacher[14]; 15. 27-Niko Hansen[6]; 16. (DNF) 14B-Broden Weiler[10]

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – 1:59.587
1. 28T-Cameron Thomson[2]; 2. 24K-Kiana Teal[1]; 3. 74-Rob Neely[3]; 4. 16X-Keegan Baker[4]; 5. 777O-Cameron Olm[8]; 6. 9C-Brian Nanticoke[6]; 7. 27-Niko Hansen[7]; 8. (DNF) 14B-Broden Weiler[5]; 9. (DNS) 4B-Darrell Pelletier

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – 1:59.916
1. 94-Ryan Fraser[2]; 2. 29W-Tyler Ward[1]; 3. 45-Curtis Gartly[4]; 4. 88-Lance Erskine[5]; 5. 52-Jesse Costa[6]; 6. 72-Tanner Podwinski[3]; 7. 14-Larry Gledhill[7]; 8. 53-Logan Shwedyk[9]; 9. 2M-Steve Murdock[8]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 8 laps – 2:00.048
1. 50LS-Adrian Stahle[1]; 2. BS39-Brett Stratford[5]; 3. 38-Melissa Miller[4]; 4. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[6]; 5. 71-Brent Begolo[9]; 6. 51-Trevor Young[8]; 7. 85C-Cam MacKinnon[7]; 8. 3-Devon Bacher[2]; 9. 2-Travis Hofstetter[3]

Heat Race 4 [Started] 8 laps – NT
1. 52RHR-Matt Billings[2]; 2. 97-Sheldon Bender[4]; 3. MK8-Matt Hill[1]; 4. 20-Johnny Miller[7]; 5. 24A-AJ Lewis[6]; 6. 11W-Jeremy Hughes[5]; 7. 98-Jonah Mutton[9]; 8. 69K-Ken Hamilton[3]; 9. (DNF) 1V-Josh Verne Jr[8]

 

 

 

Spithaler Holds off Peterson For Wayne County Win

Defending Ti22 Performance FAST On Dirt champion, Brandon Spithaler, waged a torrid battle with current tour leader, Zane DeVault last night at Wayne County Speedway. Spithaler would emerge victorious in the 30-lap Rick Susong Memorial after DeVault tangled with lapped traffic while leading the race.

The action began with thirty-one-winged 410 sprint cars signed in for the night. Spithaler laid down the quickest overall lap in ARP Fasteners qualifying with a 14.548 to pace flight B. Cody Bova led flight A with a lap of 15.000. Heat race action saw Dale Blaney, Ricky Peterson, Leyton Wagner and Chris Myers picking up wins. The B Main was won by Jamie Myers.

The 30-lap main event was brought to green by Cody Bova and Zane DeVault and the pair drag raced to turn one. DeVault would lead the early stages but third starting Spithaler was there to do battle. Travis Philo was the first of three serious contenders out of the event, then, pole starter Bova got some help finding the inside implement tires on the back straight, doing serious damage to his car.

A late race restart found DeVault, Spithaler, Peterson, Wagner and Gunn all battling for the lead up front. Spithaler and DeVault swapped the lead before DeVault pulled away to a 10-car length lead. With victory on the horizon, he approached slower traffic, only to make contact and spin into the guardrail in turn three.

Back under green for the final seven laps, Spithaler fended off the challenge of Ricky Peterson with Leyton Wagner completing the podium. Tyler Gunn and Henry Malcuit rounded out a very strong top five. Dale Blaney, Chris Myers, Jordan Ryan, Darin Naida and Dylan Kingan completed the top ten.

Next up for the Ti22 Performance FAST tour is this coming weekend, a Hoosier state doubleheader. Friday, July 12 at Circle City Raceway near Indianapolis and Saturday, July 13 at Paragon Speedway. Watch for event details to be posted in the coming days.

BOX SCORE

FAST On Dirt - Event #5 Wayne County Speedway ; Orrville, Ohio Saturday, July 6, 2024 31 Entries

ARP Fasteners Qualifying Flight A (Heat 1 and 2) : 1. 20B-Cody Bova 15.000, 2. 4-Zane DeVault 15.073, 3. 5T-Travis Philo 15.122, 4. 2-Ricky Peterson 15.245, 5. 32-Dale Blaney 15.252, 6. 7DK-Dylan Kingan 15.363, 7. 5-Jeremy Weaver 15.636, 8. 6J-Jonah Aumend 15.936, 9. 23jr-Jack Sodeman Jr 16.184, 10. 1-Jamie Myers 16.211, 11. 3TN-Tyler Newhart 16.285, 12. 7-Troy Kingan 16.379, 13. 2x-Gage Etgen 16.522, 14. 1A-Mark Aldrich 16.823, 15. 2-Joe Adorjan 17.143, 16. 9H-Lance Heinberger 17.229

Flight B (Heat 3 and 4): 1. 22-Brandon Spithaler 14.548, 2. 91-Tyler Gunn 14.794, 3. 38-Leyton Wagner 14.997, 4. 25R-Jordan Ryan 14.999, 5. 70-Henry Malcuit 15.115, 6. 38K-Chris Myers 15.234, 7. 7N-Darin Naida15.259, 8. 9z-Duane Zablocki 15.520, 9. 5E-Bobby Elliott 15.615, 10. 6-Bob Felmlee 15.812, 11. 11-Shawn Hubler 16.036, 12. 35-Jared Zimbardi 16.204, 13. 8T-Tanner Tecco 16.479, 14. 91x-Aaron Middaugh 16.854, 15. 13-Jeremy Duposki 18.422

NAPA of Fremont - Heat 1: 1. 32-Blaney[2] ; 2. 5T-Philo[1] ; 3. 20B-Bova[4] ; 4. 5-Weaver[3] ; 5. 3TN-Newhart[6] ; 6. 23jr-Sodeman[5] ; 7. 2-Adorjan[8] ; 8. 2x-Etgen[7]

ALLmobility of Dayton - Heat 2: 1. 2-Peterson[1] ; 2. 4-DeVault[4] ; 3. 7DK-D.Kingan[2] ; 4. 7-T.Kingan[6] ; 5. 1-J.Myers[5] ; 6. 6J-Aumend[3] ; 7. 1A-Aldrich[7] ; 8. 9H-Heinberger[8]

All Pro Cylinder Heads - Heat 3: 1. 38-Wagner[1] ; 2. 22-Spithaler[4] ; 3. 70-Malcuit[2] ; 4. 7N-Naida[3] ; 5. 5E-Elliott[5] ; 6. 8T-Tecco[7] ; 7. 11-Hubler[6] ; 8. 13-Duposki[8]

Victory Fuel - Heat 4: 1. 38K-C.Myers[2] ; 2. 91-Gunn[4] ; 3. 25R-Ryan[1] ; 4. 9z-Zablocki[3] ; 5. 35-Zimbardi[6] ; 6. 6-Felmlee[5] ; 7. 91x-Middaugh[7]

MSD Ignitions - B Main: 1. 1-J.Myers[4] ; 2. 6-Felmlee[2] ; 3. 35-Zimbardi[5] ; 4. 8T-Tecco[8] ; 5. 23jr-Sodeman[6] ; 6. 2-Adorjan[9] ; 7. 2x-Etgen[13] ; 8. 6J-Aumend[7] ; 9. 11-Hubler[11] ; 10. 13-Duposki[15] ; 11. 91x-Middaugh[12] ; 12. 9H-Heinberger[14] ; 13. 1A-Aldrich[10] ; 14. 5E-Elliott[1] ; 15. 3TN-Newhart[3]

Ti22 Performance - A Main: 1. 22-Spithaler[3] ; 2. 2-Peterson[6] ; 3. 38-Wagner[4] ; 4. 91-Gunn[8] ; 5. 70-Malcuit[11] ; 6. 32-Blaney[5] ; 7. 38K-C.Myers[4] ; 8. 25R-Ryan[12] ; 9. 7N-Naida[15] ; 10. 7DK-D.Kingan[10] ; 11. 8T-Tecco[20] ; 12. 23jr-Sodeman[21] ; 13. 9z-Zablocki[16] ; 14. 6-Felmlee[18] ; 15. 35-Zimbardi[19] ; 16. 2-Adorjan[22] ; 17. 7-T.Kingan[14] ; 18. 4-DeVault[2] ; 19. 1-J.Myers[17] ; 20. 5-Weaver[13] ; 21. 20B-Bova[1] ; 22. 5T-Philo[9]

Helms & Sons Construction - Hard Charger: 8T - Tanner Tecco +9

Helms & Sons Construction - Hard Luck: 5E - Bobby Elliott

 

 

Franek Flies to Fulton Victory Lane

By Curtis Berleue (Fulton, NY) | For the second time in 2024, ‘No Panic’ Davie Franek found himself in victory lane on Saturday night with the Empire Super Sprints. Earning $2,500 for his efforts, the New Jersey native took the lead on lap 5 and never looked back.

Starting on the Pinnacle Pole, Franek fell into second place early behind outside polesitter Shawn Donath. On lap 5, Franek was able to slip by on Donath to take the lead.

While running second, troubles with the ignition on lap 11 resulted in a DNF for the #53 of Donath, which handed over the runner up position to Matt Tanner.

With everyone moving up a position as a result, that meant Billy VanInwegen would take over the final podium position moving into third, where he spent the next handful of laps.

Meanwhile, eventual A-Verdi Storage Containers hard charger award recipient Jason Barney was working his way through the pack. Starting in 25th position after getting upside down in his heat race and more misfortune in the B-Main, Barney passed 22 cars, the final being VanInwegen on lap 23 to slip into third.

Nobody had anything for Franek, however, as he crossed the checkers first with just shy of a 3.5 second advantage on lap 25.

“Restarts were definitely not good for me tonight,” said Franek in victory lane.

“Obviously I got the lead there, but it was tough in the cockpit, the motor stumbled a little bit and really didn’t have the car the way we wanted. Its just great to be standing here.”

Matt Tanner was able to hold on for second, while Jason Barney rounded out the Ashley Lynn Winery podium in third. Billy VanInwegen was fourth, and Johnny Smith completed the top five.

32 cars lined the pits for the 4th night of the 2024 CNY Speedweek, with the field being split into four timed hot lap groups. Rifenburg Contracting fast time awards went to Davie Franek, Johnny Smith, Ryan Coniam and Danny Varin. E&V Energy heat race winners were Matt Tanner, Jordan Poirier, Billy VanInwegen and Shawn Donath. The East Coast Sealcoat dash was won by Jordan Thomas, while Robbie Stillwaggon picked up the Lacaillade Masonry B-Main.

The next scheduled event for the Empire Super Sprints is Sunday, July 7th at the Weedsport Speedway in Weedsport, NY. For the latest news, information, and schedule updates regarding the Empire Super Sprints be sure to check the series website (www.EmpireSuperSprints.com) and follow along on Facebook (Empire Super Sprints), Twitter (@ESSprints) and Instagram (@empiresupersprints).

The Empire Super Sprints would like to thank the following series sponsors for their continued support: Rifenburg Contracting Corp, PJC Spray Foam, Hoosier Racing Tire, Cobra Coaches, E&V Energy, A-Verdi Storage Containers, Fondations 4 Saisons, Pinnacle Investments, LLC, Lacaillade Masonry, Inc., FX Caprara, ASI Racewear, Lanes Yamaha, Ashley Lynn Winery, Bicknell Racing Products, DirtTrackDigest.com and LC Design.

The ESS Road Ahead:

Sunday, July 7 – Weedsport Speedway – Weedsport, NY ($2,500 to Win CNY Speedweek)

Thursday, July 11 – Ohsweken Speedway – Ohsweken, ONT ($5,000 to win NASCAR Night – no points)

Friday, July 12 – Ohsweken Speedway – Ohsweken, ONT ($10,000 to win Northern Summer Nationals – no points)

Full Results:

A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 28F-Davie Franek[1]; 2. 90-Matt Tanner[3]; 3. 87-Jason Barney[25]; 4. 10V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[6]; 5. #3Z-John Smith IV[7]; 6. 28-Jordan Poirier[9]; 7. 22-Jonathan Preston[17]; 8. #41-Dalton Rombough[23]; 9. 96X-Chad Phelps[18]; 10. #89-Robbie Stillwaggon[21]; 11. 10-Kelly Hebing[19]; 12. #79-Jordan Thomas[13]; 13. #25G-Tyler Graves[24]; 14. 66-Jordan Hutton[26]; 15. 0-Glenn Styres[12]; 16. 4P-Chase Moran[20]; 17. #5H-Chris Hile[16]; 18. 13T-Trevor Years[22]; 19. 36-Logan Crisafulli[14]; 20. 46-Ryan Coniam[4]; 21. 3-Parker Evans[10]; 22. #99L-Larry Wight[5]; 23. 53-Shawn Donath[2]; 24. #01-Danny Varin[11]; 25. #17-Sammy Reakes IV[8]; 26. 98-Joe Trenca[15]

Lacaillade Masonry B-Main (10 Laps): 1. #89-Robbie Stillwaggon[2]; 2. 13T-Trevor Years[4]; 3. #41-Dalton Rombough[3]; 4. #25G-Tyler Graves[6]; 5. 33-Lacey Hanson[7]; 6. #4-Emily VanInwegen[10]; 7. 13-Keith Granholm[1]; 8. 13E-Evan Reynolds[5]; 9. 66-Jordan Hutton[8]; 10. 29-Dylan Menditto[12]; 11. 23-Eric Cartier[9]; 12. 87-Jason Barney[11]

East Coast Sealcoat Dash 1 (4 Laps): 1. #79-Jordan Thomas[2]; 2. 36-Logan Crisafulli[1]; 3. 98-Joe Trenca[3]; 4. #5H-Chris Hile[4]

E&V Energy Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 90-Matt Tanner[5]; 2. 0-Glenn Styres[1]; 3. 28F-Davie Franek[6]; 4. 36-Logan Crisafulli[3]; 5. 22-Jonathan Preston[4]; 6. 13-Keith Granholm[7]; 7. 13E-Evan Reynolds[2]; 8. 23-Eric Cartier[8]

E&V Energy Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 28-Jordan Poirier[4]; 2. #99L-Larry Wight[2]; 3. #3Z-John Smith IV[6]; 4. #79-Jordan Thomas[3]; 5. 96X-Chad Phelps[7]; 6. #89-Robbie Stillwaggon[5]; 7. #25G-Tyler Graves[1]; 8. #4-Emily VanInwegen[8]

E&V Energy Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. 10V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[7]; 2. 46-Ryan Coniam[6]; 3. #17-Sammy Reakes IV[3]; 4. 98-Joe Trenca[1]; 5. 10-Kelly Hebing[2]; 6. #41-Dalton Rombough[5]; 7. 33-Lacey Hanson[8]; 8. 87-Jason Barney[4]

E&V Energy Heat 4 (10 Laps): 1. 53-Shawn Donath[3]; 2. 3-Parker Evans[1]; 3. #01-Danny Varin[6]; 4. #5H-Chris Hile[5]; 5. 4P-Chase Moran[4]; 6. 13T-Trevor Years[2]; 7. 66-Jordan Hutton[7]; 8. 29-Dylan Menditto[8]

Awards & Contingencies:

Rifenburg Contracting Fast Time ($25 each): #28F-Davie Franek; #3Z-Johnny Smith; #46-Ryan Coniam; #01-Danny Varin

E&V Energy Heat Winners ($25 each): #90-Matt Tanner; #28-Jordan Poirier; #10v-Billy VanInwegen; #53-Shawn Donath

Cobra Coaches / East Coast Sealcoat Dash Winner ($125): #79-Jordan Thomas

Lacaillade Masonry B Main Winner ($50): #89-Robbie Stillwaggon

PJC Spray Foam First Non-Qualifier ($50): #33-Lacey Hanson

Pinnacle Pole Draw Award ($25): #28F-Davie Franek

A-Verdi Storage Containers Hard Charger Award ($50): #87-Jason Barney (+22)

Pinnacle Investments Last Car Running ($30): #13T-Trevor Years

Pinnacle Investments 11th Place (5 gallons fuel): #10-Kelly Hebing

Ashley Lynn Winery Podium Finish (bottle of wine): #28F-Davie Franek; #90-Matt Tanner; #87-Jason Barney

Hoosier Tire Award (RR Hoosier tire): #36-Logan Crisafulli

 

 

Hunter Schuerenberg Sweeps Weekend Wins with POWRi 410 Outlaw Sprints at Lake Ozark Speedway

Eldon, MO. (7/6/24) Hunter Schuerenberg would flex his racing might once again with the POWRi 410 Outlaw Sprint in Night Two of the Independence Celebrations presented by Start2Finish TV to notch his third league victory and pocket the payday in an outstanding twenty-five lap feature event at Lake Ozark Speedway.

Flying onto the smooth surface with thirty talented entrants of the POWRi 410’s would see Jace Park set a quick qualifying time of 11.629-second lap with Joe B Miller, Gunner Ramey, Chase Porter, and Roger Crockett each earning heat racing victories.

Captivating the crowd on the initial green flag start with high-point qualifier Hunter Schuerenberg and Jace Park lined up in the front row would find Jace Park gain the lead on the opening lap with Hunter Schuerenberg, Joe B Miller, Xavier Doney, and Jake Bubak all raced within the top five.

Overtaking for the top position when occurring lap traffic would find Hunter Schuerenberg using a precise high line to take the lead from Jace Park with Joe B Miller following suite into the runner-up positioning with Park fading to third.

Setting the stage for late race drama, caution would wave with four laps remaining with Joe B Miller attempting to take the top-spot using a slider line on the restart with Schuerenberg protecting the lead with perfection.

Leading the final twenty revolutions, Hunter Schuerenberg would not be denied in earning his third-straight career POWRi 410 Outlaw Sprint victory in an action-packed main event with Joe B Miller hustling into the runner-up position.

“The track was more technical tonight and I hate being up front leading when the rubber starts to show, it’s like I’m a sitting duck,” said an elated Hunter Schuerenberg in the Eldon Missouri victory lane ceremony celebrations. Adding, “I really appreciate all the support and I hope we get to do this again really soon”.

Challenging closely behind would find one-time leader of five laps Jace Park placing on the final podium placement from the starting second position on the initial green flag. Eighth-starting Sam Hafertepe Jr would be among the frontrunners all feature to fourth as Jake Bubak would round out the top-five finishers for the POWRi 410 Outlaw Sprints in Night Two of the Independence Celebrations at Lake Ozark Speedway.

Lake Ozark Speedway | POWRi 410 Outlaw Sprint Series | 7/6/24:

Start2Finish TV Quick Qualifying Time: 45X-Jace Park(11.629)

Flying A Motorsports Heat Race 1 Winner: 51B-Joe B Miller

Eibach Racing Heat Race 2 Winner: 21-Gunner Ramey

Auto Meter Heat Race 3 Winner: 2-Chase Porter

Engler Machine & Tool Heat Race 4 Winner: 12X-Roger Crockett

MVT Services Semi-Feature Winner: 97-Scotty Milan

Victory Fuel High Point Qualifier: 19-Hunter Schuerenberg

Meru Safety Hard Charger: 3-Ayrton Gennetten(+13)

Toyota Racing Development Feature Winner: 19-Hunter Schuerenberg

Toyota Racing Development TRD A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 19-Hunter Schuerenberg[1]; 2. 51B-Joe B Miller[6]; 3. 45X-Jace Park[2]; 4. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[8]; 5. 27B-Jake Bubak[5]; 6. 21-Gunner Ramey[11]; 7. 52-Blake Hahn[18]; 8. 74-Xavier Doney[4]; 9. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[22]; 10. 87-Reed Whitney[16]; 11. 1JR-Steven Russell[20]; 12. 79-Gage Montgomery[9]; 13. 97-Scotty Milan[17]; 14. 14T-Tim Estenson[7]; 15. 12X-Roger Crockett[14]; 16. 2-Chase Porter[13]; 17. 31-Zach Daum[15]; 18. 12-Corbin Gurley[12]; 19. 37-Bryce Norris[10]; 20. 98P-Miles Paulus[19]; 21. 31M-Kameron Key[3]; 22. 00-Broc Elliott[21].

Max Papis Innovations MPI B Feature (12 Laps): 1. 97-Scotty Milan[6]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[9]; 3. 98P-Miles Paulus[11]; 4. 1JR-Steven Russell[13]; 5. 00-Broc Elliott[7]; 6. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[2]; 7. 8S-Steve Short[12]; 8. 122-Lane Warner[8]; 9. 7A-Will Armitage[3]; 10. 93-Taylor Walton[1]; 11. 1T-Trevin Littleton[4]; 12. 14-Jacob Bloodworth[5]; 13. 77-Jack Wagner[10]; 14. 50K-Kyle Bellm[14].

Flying A Motorsports Flying A Motorsports Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 51B-Joe B Miller[2]; 2. 74-Xavier Doney[3]; 3. 45X-Jace Park[4]; 4. 87-Reed Whitney[6]; 5. 93-Taylor Walton[7]; 6. 14-Jacob Bloodworth[8]; 7. 52-Blake Hahn[5]; 8. 77-Jack Wagner[1].

Eibach Racing Eibach Racing Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 21-Gunner Ramey[1]; 2. 79-Gage Montgomery[2]; 3. 14T-Tim Estenson[3]; 4. 27B-Jake Bubak[4]; 5. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[5]; 6. 97-Scotty Milan[7]; 7. 98P-Miles Paulus[6]; 8. (DNS) 50K-Kyle Bellm.

Auto Meter Auto Meter Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 2-Chase Porter[1]; 2. 19-Hunter Schuerenberg[4]; 3. 12-Corbin Gurley[2]; 4. 37-Bryce Norris[3]; 5. 7A-Will Armitage[5]; 6. 00-Broc Elliott[6]; 7. 1JR-Steven Russell[7]..

Engler Machine Tool Engler Machine & Tool Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 12X-Roger Crockett[1]; 2. 31M-Kameron Key[4]; 3. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[3]; 4. 31-Zach Daum[2]; 5. 1T-Trevin Littleton[5]; 6. 122-Lane Warner[7]; 7. 8S-Steve Short[6].

Start2Finish Qualifying: 1. 45X-Jace Park, 00:11.629[3]; 2. 27B-Jake Bubak, 00:11.710[13]; 3. 19-Hunter Schuerenberg, 00:11.798[17]; 4. 31M-Kameron Key, 00:11.801[22]; 5. 74-Xavier Doney, 00:11.863[19]; 6. 14T-Tim Estenson, 00:11.869[21]; 7. 37-Bryce Norris, 00:11.877[7]; 8. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, 00:11.928[18]; 9. 51B-Joe B Miller, 00:11.944[4]; 10. 79-Gage Montgomery, 00:12.012[2]; 11. 12-Corbin Gurley, 00:12.016[10]; 12. 31-Zach Daum, 00:12.068[12]; 13. 77-Jack Wagner, 00:12.072[11]; 14. 21-Gunner Ramey, 00:12.101[8]; 15. 2-Chase Porter, 00:12.105[1]; 16. 12X-Roger Crockett, 00:12.132[24]; 17. 52-Blake Hahn, 00:12.139[23]; 18. 3-Ayrton Gennetten, 00:12.229[27]; 19. 7A-Will Armitage, 00:12.232[5]; 20. 1T-Trevin Littleton, 00:12.372[20]; 21. 87-Reed Whitney, 00:12.496[29]; 22. 98P-Miles Paulus, 00:12.581[30]; 23. 00-Broc Elliott, 00:12.600[6]; 24. 8S-Steve Short, 00:12.668[15]; 25. 93-Taylor Walton, 00:12.675[16]; 26. 97-Scotty Milan, 00:12.802[25]; 27. 1JR-Steven Russell, 00:12.815[26]; 28. 122-Lane Warner, 00:13.341[28]; 29. 14-Jacob Bloodworth, 00:14.075[14]; 30. (DNS) 50K-Kyle Bellm, 01:00.000.

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Brubaker breaks through for 1st 410 win of year at Fremont; Stroup dominates 305s; Valenti tames trucks

Saturday, July 6, 2024

By Brian Liskai

FREMONT, Ohio – There were times during the 2024 racing season that Stuart Brubaker probably thought about quitting as his family-owned 410 sprint team struggled with performance and crashes, switching chassis and set-ups trying to find speed. But, the veteran didn’t give up and it finally paid off at Fremont Speedway Presented by Gill Construction Saturday, July 6 in thrilling fashion on Roots Poultry Night.

A three-time Fremont Speedway 305 track champion, Brubaker, from Helena, Ohio, watched an over four second lead evaporate as he struggled with lapped traffic late in the caution-free 30-lap Fort Ball Pizza Palace 410 Sprint feature. Brubaker held off a charging Cap Henry to score his first win of the season by just .196 seconds. DJ Foos, Larry Kingseed and Mike Keegan rounded out the top five. It was Brubaker’s 9th career victory at “The Track That Action Built.”

“I was a little bit faster than the lapped cars but if I moved off the bottom then I opened a lane for him (Henry) and them guys ain’t afraid of crashing. To say we’ve struggled this year is a huge understatement. We’ve tried different cars… we changed everything and this car is the one we started the year with. It’s my guys, Bill and Brad and Ron…they never gave up. They have been busting their asses all year trying to get me better,” said Brubaker beside his Pit Stop, Black Swamp H&C, Story Equipment, Josh Kromer’s Seamless Gutters, Finish Line Race Fuels, Gressman Powersports backed #35.

With his second place finish Henry, the 2023 All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads/Kistler Racing Products Attica Fremont Championship Series presented by the Baumann Auto Group champion, closes the gap on Cale Thomas and Zeth Sabo who entered the night one and two in the series’ standings as Thomas finished 10th and Sabo 13th at Fremont.

Just like Brubaker, Fremont, Ohio’s Dustin Stroup has struggled at Fremont Speedway in 2024. A night after his car suffered a rear end issue at Attica Raceway Park, Stroup was able to dominate the Fremont Federal Credit Union 305 Sprint feature that saw only one caution flag for his first win of 2024 at the track. Stroup’s 10th career victory at Fremont came in dominating fashion as he won by six seconds over Jamie Miller, Tyler Schiets, Zack Kramer and Kasey Ziebold.

“Last night we blew a rear-end up at Attica so Dad and I stayed up late and got it all changed and Jamie and the guys came over and we got it all squared away. I felt really good but not six seconds good…that’s awesome. I gotta thank everyone on this thing…Jamie and Renee for letting me drive their car. My mom and dad and my girlfriend Katie and my daughter Layla, Tracey…everybody that helps out,” said Stroup beside his Sulfur Town Pub, BSE Welding, Meru Safety, Velocity Print, The Pizza House, Sunrise Designs, Momma Dukes from Shelluke’s Bar and Grill, GCE LLC, Handy Grafix, Mitten Painting, Myers Racing Engines, Rohr Total Lawn Care, Eye Candy Custom Cycles, DJ Johnson & Family, GWH, Advance Auto Parts, BRS, J&J Auto backed #12x.

Miller’s second place run will keep him atop the NAPA of Bryan Attica Fremont Championship Series presented by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales standings though Stroup’s win will narrow that gap.

Despite a lot of cautions, the 20-lap Burmeister Trophy Dirt Truck feature was very entertaining up front. Dustin Keegan led the first two laps before Steve Miller took the lead for four circuits. Keith Sorg drove into the top spot on lap seven before surrendering it to Shawn Valenti on lap 12. Sorg inched back ahead for lap 14 before Valenti regained the lead on lap 15. Valenti ran the top shelf while Sorg hugged the bottom and pair raced side by side the last five laps and coming to the checkers Valenti edged Sorg by .083 seconds for his third win at Fremont in 2024 with Dan Hennig, Keegan and Kent Brewer rounding out the top five.

Valenti’s third straight truck win is the 77th of his career at Fremont and puts him in second on the all-time win list, surpassing hall of famer the late Art Ball and just three behind Paul Weaver.

“I grew up watching Art Ball and got to race with him with him quite a bit and I think his last win…he got me on that one. To surpass him…hats off to his career. It’s amazing to be up here with that many wins. Hats off to Babcock and all my guys on this brand new truck…the thing is amazing. I wasn’t sure if I should leave the top on either end and obviously I shouldn’t have…he (Sorg) drove it in there pretty hard on the last lap,” said Valenti beside his Craig Miller Trucking, Conrad Transportation, Dave Story Equipment, A Plus Auto Center, Concrete Material Supply, S&S Hauling and Excavating backed #7B.

Fremont Speedway will be back in action Saturday, July 13 with the AFCS 410 and 305 sprints and dirt trucks in action on Crown Battery Night.

All events at Fremont Speedway Presented by Gill Construction in 2024 will be streamed on DirtVision. Keep up to date with Fremont Speedway by going to www.fremontohspeedway.com or on Facebook at www.facebook/FremontSpeedway or on Twitter at https://twitter.com/FremontSpeedway or follow on My Race Pass at www.myracepass.com

About Gill Construction – https://kgcpc.com
Owned and operated by Ray Brooks, and headquartered in nearby Port Clinton, Ohio, Gill Construction specializes in an array of land and water services, utilizing over five decades of experience to build an extensive repertoire which includes site excavation, site utilities, demolition, trenching, and marina service. Gill Construction boasts a dynamic, diverse, and experienced workforce, guaranteed to perform and complete any task with the utmost customer satisfaction.

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.

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, July 6, 2024

410 Sprints - Winged 25 Entries

A Feature 30 Laps | 00:12:44.307

1. 35-Stuart Brubaker[1]; 2. 33W-Cap Henry[5]; 3. 16-DJ Foos[3]; 4. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[9]; 5. X-Mike Keegan[2]; 6. 9-Trey Jacobs[6]; 7. 101-Kalib Henry[8]; 8. 22M-Dan McCarron[11]; 9. 14-Sean Rayhall[4]; 10. 23-Cale Thomas[7]; 11. 5-Kody Brewer[14]; 12. 19-TJ Michael[13]; 13. 29-Zeth Sabo[17]; 14. 15C-Chris Andrews[16]; 15. 4-Josh Turner[12]; 16. 2+-Brian Smith[18]; 17. 28M-Conner Morrell[15]; 18. 4S-Tyler Street[10]; 19. 7M-Brandon Moore[19]; 20. 13-Van Gurley Jr[20]

B Feature 10 Laps | 00:13:04.391

1. 15C-Chris Andrews[1]; 2. 29-Zeth Sabo[3]; 3. 2+-Brian Smith[2]; 4. 7M-Brandon Moore[7]; 5. 13-Van Gurley Jr[4]; 6. 17S-Shelby Rankin[9]; 7. 3V-Chris Verda[6]; 8. 75-Jerry Dahms[5]; 9. 98-Robert Robenalt[8]; 10. (DNS) 88JR-Jimmy McCune

Heat 1 8 Laps | 00:07:18.000

1. 33W-Cap Henry[2]; 2. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[1]; 3. 35-Stuart Brubaker[3]; 4. 4S-Tyler Street[4]; 5. 19-TJ Michael[5]; 6. 29-Zeth Sabo[9]; 7. 3V-Chris Verda[7]; 8. 2+-Brian Smith[6]; 9. 88JR-Jimmy McCune[8]

Heat 2 8 Laps | 00:04:39.000

1. 23-Cale Thomas[2]; 2. 101-Kalib Henry[4]; 3. 9-Trey Jacobs[3]; 4. 22M-Dan McCarron[1]; 5. 5-Kody Brewer[5]; 6. 13-Van Gurley Jr[6]; 7. 7M-Brandon Moore[7]; 8. 17S-Shelby Rankin[8]

Heat 3 8 Laps | 00:05:42.000

1. 16-DJ Foos[2]; 2. 14-Sean Rayhall[3]; 3. X-Mike Keegan[5]; 4. 4-Josh Turner[6]; 5. 28M-Conner Morrell[4]; 6. 75-Jerry Dahms[8]; 7. 98-Robert Robenalt[7]; 8. 15C-Chris Andrews[1]

Qualifying 1 1 Laps | 00:00:26.000

1. 4S-Tyler Street, 00:13.060[2]; 2. 101-Kalib Henry, 00:13.069[3]; 3. 28M-Conner Morrell, 00:13.114[23]; 4. 35-Stuart Brubaker, 00:13.165[16]; 5. 9-Trey Jacobs, 00:13.166[10]; 6. 14-Sean Rayhall, 00:13.167[19]; 7. 33W-Cap Henry, 00:13.169[5]; 8. 23-Cale Thomas, 00:13.200[12]; 9. 16-DJ Foos, 00:13.316[25]; 10. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr, 00:13.335[24]; 11. 22M-Dan McCarron, 00:13.363[18]; 12. 15C-Chris Andrews, 00:13.432[14]; 13. 19-TJ Michael, 00:13.467[1]; 14. 5-Kody Brewer, 00:13.538[7]; 15. X-Mike Keegan, 00:13.583[20]; 16. 2+-Brian Smith, 00:13.667[13]; 17. 13-Van Gurley Jr, 00:13.776[21]; 18. 4-Josh Turner, 00:13.825[15]; 19. 3V-Chris Verda, 00:13.861[22]; 20. 7M-Brandon Moore, 00:13.968[6]; 21. 98-Robert Robenalt, 00:13.990[17]; 22. 88JR-Jimmy McCune, 00:14.042[11]; 23. 17S-Shelby Rankin, 00:14.251[8]; 24. 75-Jerry Dahms, 00:17.222[4]; 25. 29-Zeth Sabo, 00:17.436[9]

305 Sprints - Winged 28 Entries

A Feature 1 25 Laps | 00:13:33.484

1. 12X-Dustin Stroup[2]; 2. 26-Jamie Miller[7]; 3. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[1]; 4. 8K-Zack Kramer[4]; 5. X15-Kasey Ziebold[3]; 6. 01-Bryan Sebetto[8]; 7. 5JR-Jimmy Mcgrath[6]; 8. 2-Brendan Torok[9]; 9. 1W-Paul Weaver[5]; 10. 78-Austin Black[12]; 11. 3X-Blayne Keckler[11]; 12. 8DD-Dustin Dinan[15]; 13. 9R-Logan Riehl[10]; 14. 0-Bradley Bateson[13]; 15. 26S-Lee Sommers[19]; 16. 7M-Brandon Moore[17]; 17. 19R-Steve Rando[14]; 18. 28-Shawn Valenti[18]; 19. 12-Dylan Watson[16]; 20. 51M-Haldon Miller[20]

B Feature 12 Laps | 00:18:07.000

1. 12-Dylan Watson[2]; 2. 7M-Brandon Moore[4]; 3. 28-Shawn Valenti[3]; 4. 26S-Lee Sommers[6]; 5. 51M-Haldon Miller[8]; 6. 3M-Logan Mongeau[9]; 7. 8-Jim Leaser[1]; 8. 18-Ben Watson[7]; 9. 11-Brayden Harrison[11]; 10. 98-Dave Hoppes[12]; 11. 85-Dustin Feller[5]; 12. (DNS) 1S-James Saam; 13. (DNS) 88-Jimmy McCune Jr

Heat 1 8 Laps | 00:11:34.000

1. 12X-Dustin Stroup[2]; 2. 26-Jamie Miller[4]; 3. 2-Brendan Torok[1]; 4. 9R-Logan Riehl[3]; 5. 0-Bradley Bateson[5]; 6. 28-Shawn Valenti[7]; 7. 85-Dustin Feller[9]; 8. 18-Ben Watson[6]; 9. 1S-James Saam[8]; 10. (DNS) 88-Jimmy McCune Jr

Heat 2 8 Laps | 00:09:06.000

1. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[2]; 2. 01-Bryan Sebetto[4]; 3. 8K-Zack Kramer[3]; 4. 3X-Blayne Keckler[6]; 5. 19R-Steve Rando[7]; 6. 12-Dylan Watson[5]; 7. 8-Jim Leaser[1]; 8. 51M-Haldon Miller[9]; 9. 11-Brayden Harrison[8]

Heat 3 8 Laps | 00:04:34.000

1. X15-Kasey Ziebold[1]; 2. 1W-Paul Weaver[4]; 3. 5JR-Jimmy Mcgrath[3]; 4. 78-Austin Black[2]; 5. 8DD-Dustin Dinan[6]; 6. 7M-Brandon Moore[8]; 7. 26S-Lee Sommers[7]; 8. 3M-Logan Mongeau[5]; 9. 98-Dave Hoppes[9]

Qualifying 1 2 Laps | 00:16:45.000

1. 26-Jamie Miller, 00:13.818[12]; 2. 01-Bryan Sebetto, 00:13.934[4]; 3. 1W-Paul Weaver, 00:14.056[8]; 4. 9R-Logan Riehl, 00:14.073[24]; 5. 8K-Zack Kramer, 00:14.075[1]; 6. 5JR-Jimmy Mcgrath, 00:14.076[14]; 7. 12X-Dustin Stroup, 00:14.254[26]; 8. 10TS-Tyler Schiets, 00:14.283[13]; 9. 78-Austin Black, 00:14.295[2]; 10. 2-Brendan Torok, 00:14.295[23]; 11. 8-Jim Leaser, 00:14.333[3]; 12. X15-Kasey Ziebold, 00:14.345[19]; 13. 0-Bradley Bateson, 00:14.346[6]; 14. 12-Dylan Watson, 00:14.438[25]; 15. 3M-Logan Mongeau, 00:14.490[5]; 16. 18-Ben Watson, 00:14.555[11]; 17. 3X-Blayne Keckler, 00:14.555[18]; 18. 8DD-Dustin Dinan, 00:14.565[21]; 19. 28-Shawn Valenti, 00:14.571[22]; 20. 19R-Steve Rando, 00:14.576[20]; 21. 26S-Lee Sommers, 00:14.590[9]; 22. 1S-James Saam, 00:14.608[17]; 23. 11-Brayden Harrison, 00:14.638[7]; 24. 7M-Brandon Moore, 00:14.703[27]; 25. 85-Dustin Feller, 00:14.774[15]; 26. 51M-Haldon Miller, 00:14.807[28]; 27. 98-Dave Hoppes, 00:14.948[10]; 28. 88-Jimmy McCune Jr, 00:17.709[16]

Dirt Trucks 25 Entries

A Feature 1 20 Laps | 00:29:51.569

1. 7B-Shawn Valenti[8]; 2. 8-Keith Sorg[6]; 3. 32H-Dan Hennig[5]; 4. 17X-Dustin Keegan[1]; 5. 8KB-Kent Brewer[9]; 6. 88-Cory McCaughey[2]; 7. 5S-Bradley Stuckey[4]; 8. 28-Cody Laird[13]; 9. 7X-Dana Frey[12]; 10. 8S-Brandon Stukey[19]; 11. 34-Todd Warnick[11]; 12. 4M-Jamie Miller[7]; 13. 7XP-Cyle Poole[14]; 14. 18S-Randy Swiecicki[18]; 15. 9-Curt Inks[10]; 16. 20-Caleb Shearn[20]; 17. 1M-Scott Milligan[16]; 18. 99-Eric Potridge[15]; 19. 95-Steve Miller[3]; 20. 9S-Tony Parker[17]; 21. 51-Dave Bankey[21]; 22. (DNS) P51-Dave Golembiewski

Heat 1 8 Laps | 00:10:17.000

1. 95-Steve Miller[3]; 2. 88-Cory McCaughey[5]; 3. 32H-Dan Hennig[4]; 4. 9-Curt Inks[1]; 5. 28-Cody Laird[9]; 6. 1M-Scott Milligan[7]; 7. 8S-Brandon Stukey[8]; 8. P51-Dave Golembiewski[2]; 9. 51-Dave Bankey[6]

Heat 2 8 Laps | 00:06:16.000

1. 4M-Jamie Miller[3]; 2. 8-Keith Sorg[2]; 3. 5S-Bradley Stuckey[1]; 4. 34-Todd Warnick[4]; 5. 7XP-Cyle Poole[5]; 6. 9S-Tony Parker[7]; 7. 35-Ron Miller[6]

Heat 3 8 Laps | 00:12:00.248

1. 7B-Shawn Valenti[3]; 2. 17X-Dustin Keegan[2]; 3. 8KB-Kent Brewer[1]; 4. 7X-Dana Frey[4]; 5. 99-Eric Potridge[7]; 6. 18S-Randy Swiecicki[5]; 7. 20-Caleb Shearn[6]

Qualifying 1 2 Laps | 00:01:04.000

1. 32H-Dan Hennig, 00:17.870[12]; 2. 4M-Jamie Miller, 00:17.902[18]; 3. 7B-Shawn Valenti, 00:17.910[9]; 4. 95-Steve Miller, 00:17.972[20]; 5. 8-Keith Sorg, 00:18.016[17]; 6. 17X-Dustin Keegan, 00:18.025[6]; 7. P51-Dave Golembiewski, 00:18.054[7]; 8. 26-Kyle Lagrou, 00:18.117[19]; 9. 8KB-Kent Brewer, 00:18.195[15]; 10. 9-Curt Inks, 00:18.238[23]; 11. 5S-Bradley Stuckey, 00:18.329[16]; 12. 67-Ben Clapp, 00:18.360[3]; 13. 88-Cory McCaughey, 00:18.442[13]; 14. 34-Todd Warnick, 00:18.553[10]; 15. 7X-Dana Frey, 00:18.683[21]; 16. 51-Dave Bankey, 00:18.748[8]; 17. 7XP-Cyle Poole, 00:18.767[14]; 18. 18S-Randy Swiecicki, 00:18.952[2]; 19. 1M-Scott Milligan, 00:19.075[5]; 20. 35-Ron Miller, 00:19.227[11]; 21. 20-Caleb Shearn, 00:19.236[25]; 22. 8S-Brandon Stukey, 00:19.290[24]; 23. 9S-Tony Parker, 00:19.318[4]; 24. 99-Eric Potridge, 00:19.332[1]; 25. 28-Cody Laird, 00:19.547[22]

 

 

Hunter Schuerenberg Snags Repeat Victory with POWRi 410 Outlaw Sprints at Lake Ozark Speedway

Eldon, MO. (7/5/24) Hunter Schuerenberg would seize the opportunity to return to victory lane with the POWRi 410 Outlaw Sprint in Night One of the Independence Celebrations presented by Start2Finish TV to notch his second-straight league victory and pocket the payday in an action-packed feature event at Lake Ozark Speedway.

Flying onto the smooth surface with thirty-one talented entrants of the POWRi 410’s would see Jake Bubak set a quick qualifying time of 11.507-second lap with Tim Estenson, Kyle Bellm, Garet Williamson, and Hunter Schuerenberg each earning heat racing victories as well as Max Guilford grabbing the lone semi-feature victory.

Captivating the crowd on the initial green flag start with high-point qualifier Hunter Schuerenberg and Emerson Axsom lined up in the front row as Schuerenberg would shoot to the lead on the opening lap with Axsom, Joe B Miller, Jake Bubak, and Blake Hahn all racing within the early top five.

Overtaking for the top-spot would find Emerson Axsom leading the pack of hungry POWRi 410 Outlaw Sprinters for a total of seventeen laps while appearing to be in a class above the competition with Hunter Schuerenberg settling into the runner up position as Joe B Miller continued to stalk in third.

Setting the stage for late-race dramatics, Hunter Schuerenberg would use perfect timing on a choose-cone restart to slide into the front-scored spot and hold the final revolutions with Axsom racing rapidly to recover in runner-up placement.

Going back-to-back in victories, Hunter Schuerenberg would not be denied leading eight laps and earning his second career POWRi 410 Outlaw Sprint victory in an action-packed main event with Emerson Axsom settling for the runner-up position late.

“You just have to play the hand that is dealt to you. This track was a bit dryer, faster, and trickier than we expected tonight, I made one mistake in lap traffic and Emerson was right there to get by me. That last restart was key and I knew I had to get to the bottom before he could shut the door because the top was curby and tough” said the elated Hunter Schuerenberg in the Eldon Missouri victory lane ceremony celebrations. Adding, “These young kids can race hard but clean so that makes this so much better”.

Challenging closely behind would find Jake Bubak placing on the final podium placement from the starting fifth on the initial green flag. Ayrton Gennetten would be among the frontrunners late in the feature to finish fourth as Roger Crockett would round out the top-five finishers for the POWRi 410 Outlaw Sprints in Night One of the Independence Celebrations at Lake Ozark Speedway.

Lake Ozark Speedway | POWRi 410 Outlaw Sprint Series | 7/5/24:

Start2Finish TV Quick Qualifying Time: 27B-Jake Bubak(11.507)

Flying A Motorsports Heat Race 1 Winner: 14T-Tim Estenson

Eibach Racing Heat Race 2 Winner: 50K-Kyle Bellm

Auto Meter Heat Race 3 Winner: 23-Garet Williamson

Driven Midwest Heat Race 4 Winner: 19-Hunter Schuerenberg

Max Papis Innovations Semi-Feature Winner: 79G-Max Guilford

Victory Fuel High Point Qualifier: 19-Hunter Schuerenberg

Meru Safety Hard Charger: 79-Gage Montgomery(+15)

Toyota Racing Development Feature Winner: 19-Hunter Schuerenberg

Toyota Racing Development TRD A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 19-Hunter Schuerenberg[1]; 2. 27-Emerson Axsom[2]; 3. 27B-Jake Bubak[5]; 4. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[12]; 5. 12X-Roger Crockett[7]; 6. 51B-Joe B Miller[6]; 7. 45X-Jace Park[15]; 8. 79-Gage Montgomery[22]; 9. 23-Garet Williamson[14]; 10. 74-Xavier Doney[11]; 11. 50K-Kyle Bellm[13]; 12. 52-Blake Hahn[8]; 13. 98P-Miles Paulus[10]; 14. 14T-Tim Estenson[3]; 15. 77-Jack Wagner[18]; 16. 37-Bryce Norris[4]; 17. 1JR-Steven Russell[20]; 18. 21-Gunner Ramey[9]; 19. 7A-Will Armitage[16]; 20. 1T-Trevin Littleton[21]; 21. 93-Taylor Walton[19]; 22. 79X-Max Guilford[17].

Max Papis Innovations MPI B Feature (12 Laps): 1. 79X-Max Guilford[1]; 2. 77-Jack Wagner[3]; 3. 93-Taylor Walton[2]; 4. 1JR-Steven Russell[7]; 5. 1T-Trevin Littleton[9]; 6. 79-Gage Montgomery[13]; 7. 28-Luke Verardi[4]; 8. 12-Corbin Gurley[5]; 9. 97-Scotty Milan[14]; 10. 87-Reed Whitney[6]; 11. 8S-Steve Short[8]; 12. 00-Broc Elliott[15]; 13. 122-Lane Warner[10]; 14. (DNS) 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr; 15. (DNS) 52F-Logan Faucon.

Flying A Motorsports Flying A Motorsports Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 14T-Tim Estenson[2]; 2. 45X-Jace Park[1]; 3. 51B-Joe B Miller[3]; 4. 79X-Max Guilford[5]; 5. 27B-Jake Bubak[4]; 6. 12-Corbin Gurley[6]; 7. 1T-Trevin Littleton[7]; 8. 00-Broc Elliott[8].

Eibach Racing Eibach Racing Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 50K-Kyle Bellm[1]; 2. 21-Gunner Ramey[2]; 3. 12X-Roger Crockett[3]; 4. 27-Emerson Axsom[4]; 5. 77-Jack Wagner[5]; 6. 87-Reed Whitney[7]; 7. 122-Lane Warner[8]; 8. 97-Scotty Milan[6].

MVT Services MVT Services Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 23-Garet Williamson[1]; 2. 98P-Miles Paulus[2]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 4. 37-Bryce Norris[4]; 5. 93-Taylor Walton[7]; 6. 8S-Steve Short[6]; 7. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[8]; 8. 79-Gage Montgomery[5].

Driven Midwest Driven Midwest Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 19-Hunter Schuerenberg[4]; 2. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[2]; 3. 7A-Will Armitage[1]; 4. 74-Xavier Doney[3]; 5. 28-Luke Verardi[6]; 6. 1JR-Steven Russell[5]; 7. 52F-Logan Faucon[7].

Start2Finish Qualifying: 1. 27B-Jake Bubak, 00:11.507[4]; 2. 27-Emerson Axsom, 00:11.530[14]; 3. 37-Bryce Norris, 00:11.570[9]; 4. 19-Hunter Schuerenberg, 00:11.621[22]; 5. 51B-Joe B Miller, 00:11.727[26]; 6. 12X-Roger Crockett, 00:11.766[5]; 7. 52-Blake Hahn, 00:11.807[21]; 8. 74-Xavier Doney, 00:11.809[28]; 9. 14T-Tim Estenson, 00:11.872[2]; 10. 21-Gunner Ramey, 00:11.923[11]; 11. 98P-Miles Paulus, 00:11.937[17]; 12. 3-Ayrton Gennetten, 00:11.952[29]; 13. 45X-Jace Park, 00:11.966[12]; 14. 50K-Kyle Bellm, 00:11.972[1]; 15. 23-Garet Williamson, 00:11.972[27]; 16. 7A-Will Armitage, 00:11.979[8]; 17. 79X-Max Guilford, 00:11.979[30]; 18. 77-Jack Wagner, 00:11.981[18]; 19. 79-Gage Montgomery, 00:11.995[23]; 20. 1JR-Steven Russell, 00:12.084[20]; 21. 12-Corbin Gurley, 00:12.121[19]; 22. 97-Scotty Milan, 00:12.128[24]; 23. 8S-Steve Short, 00:12.241[6]; 24. 28-Luke Verardi, 00:12.305[10]; 25. 1T-Trevin Littleton, 00:12.332[31]; 26. 87-Reed Whitney, 00:12.407[15]; 27. 93-Taylor Walton, 00:12.452[3]; 28. 52F-Logan Faucon, 00:12.666[13]; 29. 00-Broc Elliott, 00:13.056[16]; 30. 122-Lane Warner, 00:13.323[25]; 31. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, 01:00.000[7].

 

 

Friesen Finds Victory Lane in CNY Speedweek Night One
By Curtis Berleue (Vernon, NY) | Making a rare sprint car start, NASCAR Truck series driver Stewart Friesen picked up his fourth CNY Speedweek victory and first since 2015 on Thursday night at Utica-Rome Speedway. Driving for Glenn Styres, the now Sprakers, NY driver fended off multiple charges from Jordan Poirier for the $2,500 victory.
Pinnacle pole award winner Stewart Friesen brought the field to green with Jordan Poirier on his outside. Going into turn one, Poirier took the early advantage on the outside. Before a lap could be completed, however, the first caution flew for multiple slowing cars.
The ensuing restart saw another caution before the field could reach turn 3, this time for Josh Pieniazek in turn 1. The third restart was the charm, though, as a lap was able to be completed and Friesen was able to jump out to the lead.
As Friesen clicked off lap 5, he started navigating lap traffic, with Poirier, Billy VanInwegen, Danny Varin and Jordan Thomas in tow. The next lap, however, another caution flew, this time for a slowing Chris Hile.
Poirier was able to take full advantage of the restart, as he got a good run around the top and took the lead from Friesen. Behind the leaders, Matt Tanner was the star of the show as he had worked his way from the 22nd starting position to 9th in the first 10 laps.
Another caution on lap 12 slowed the field again, and it spelled heartbreak for Tanner as an issue under caution ended his march to the front.
Friesen was able to re-take the lead from Poirier on the restart, working the high side. Danny Varin followed in third, with Billy VanInwegen now in fourth and Joe Trenca rounding out the top 5.
With Friesen opening up his lead over Poirier, all eyes were on the battle for 5th as Trenca and Davie Franek would trade slide jobs on each end of the track.
Friesen was able to continue pulling away from the rest of the field and crossed under the checkers with over a 5 second lead.
“That was a blast, big thanks to Glenn and the whole GSR crew, they’re building these cars and motors in house now, and they were great” said Friesen in victory lane. “I didn’t fire off real good on the bottom on restarts. I would overshoot turn one and then Jordan would get me.”
“The track was great though, even with as slick as it was we could race all over it.”
Jordan Poirier crossed the line in second, a solid start to CNY Speedweek.
“I tried to start slow, I knew if I started slow I could have the momentum on the top side,” said Poirier. “I knew if he got out in front of me, it was going to be tough to pass him.”
“He was super fast in 3 and 4, and it seemed like my car was just a little bit tighter. Hopefully tomorrow will go just like tonight and we can finish up front.”
Rounding out the Ashley Lynn Winery podium was Danny Varin.
“It was tough tonight,” said Varin. “When you start with those guys on the front row its going to be tough to beat them. Hats off to those guys, we made our car better all night but we were just off a little bit at the beginning of the night and were just trying to catch up a little bit.
With 37 cars signed in on the night, the field was split into four timed hot lap groups. Rifenburg Contracting fast time awards went to Joe Trenca, Jason Barney, Jordan Poirier, and Matt Farnham. E&V Energy heat race winners were Joe Trenca, Jason Barney, Jordan Poirier and Jordan Thomas. Shawn Donath picked up the Kinney’s Kar Kare dash, and Alex Therrien won the Lacaillade Masonry B-Main.
The next scheduled event for the Empire Super Sprints is tonight, July 5 at the Brewerton Speedway in Brewerton, NY. For the latest news, information, and schedule updates regarding the Empire Super Sprints be sure to check the series website (www.EmpireSuperSprints.com) and follow along on Facebook (Empire Super Sprints), Twitter (@ESSprints) and Instagram (@empiresupersprints).
The Empire Super Sprints would like to thank the following series sponsors for their continued support: Rifenburg Contracting Corp, PJC Spray Foam, Hoosier Racing Tire, Cobra Coaches, E&V Energy, A-Verdi Storage Containers, Fondations 4 Saisons, Pinnacle Investments, LLC, Lacaillade Masonry, Inc., FX Caprara, ASI Racewear, Lanes Yamaha, Ashley Lynn Winery, Bicknell Racing Products, DirtTrackDigest.com and LC Design.
The ESS Road Ahead:
Friday, July 5 – Brewerton Speedway – Brewerton, NY ($2,500 to Win CNY Speedweek)
Saturday, July 6 – Fulton Speedway – Fulton, NY ($2,500 to Win CNY Speedweek)
Sunday, July 7 – Weedsport Speedway – Weedsport, NY ($2,500 to Win CNY Speedweek)
Full Results:
A-Main (25 Laps): 1. 0F-Stewart Friesen[1]; 2. 28-Jordan Poirier[2]; 3. #01-Danny Varin[4]; 4. 10V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[3]; 5. 28F-Davie Franek[11]; 6. 98-Joe Trenca[10]; 7. #79-Jordan Thomas[8]; 8. 87-Jason Barney[5]; 9. 4P-Chase Moran[9]; 10. 53-Shawn Donath[13]; 11. #17-Sammy Reakes IV[16]; 12. 21T-Alex Therrien[21]; 13. 0-Glenn Styres[19]; 14. #89-Robbie Stillwaggon[18]; 15. #5H-Chris Hile[25]; 16. 17J-Kyle Smith[20]; 17. 36-Logan Crisafulli[15]; 18. 13T-Trevor Years[26]; 19. 10-Kelly Hebing[14]; 20. 3-Parker Evans[23]; 21. #7NY-Matt Farnham[12]; 22. 90-Matt Tanner[22]; 23. 21-Jonathan Preston[7]; 24. #41-Dalton Rombough[6]; 25. #9-Josh Pieniazek[17]; 26. 13-Keith Granholm[24]
Lacaillade Masonry B-Main (10 Laps): 1. 21T-Alex Therrien[1]; 2. 90-Matt Tanner[5]; 3. 3-Parker Evans[2]; 4. 13-Keith Granholm[10]; 5. 46-Ryan Coniam[3]; 6. #5H-Chris Hile[13]; 7. 13T-Trevor Years[6]; 8. #4-Emily VanInwegen[4]; 9. 84-Tyler Rand[9]; 10. #88C-Chad Miller[17]; 11. 11J-Chris Jones[7]; 12. 6K-Kyle Dutcher[14]; 13. 33-Lacey Hanson[15]; 14. X-Dan Bennett[8]; 15. 13E-Evan Reynolds[11]; 16. 23-Eric Cartier[16]; 17. 29-Dylan Menditto[12]
Kinneys Kar Kare Dash (4 Laps): 1. 53-Shawn Donath[3]; 2. 10-Kelly Hebing[1]; 3. 36-Logan Crisafulli[4]; 4. #17-Sammy Reakes IV[2]
E&V Energy Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 98-Joe Trenca[2]; 2. #01-Danny Varin[1]; 3. 10V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[6]; 4. 10-Kelly Hebing[4]; 5. #9-Josh Pieniazek[7]; 6. 21T-Alex Therrien[10]; 7. 90-Matt Tanner[9]; 8. 84-Tyler Rand[8]; 9. #5H-Chris Hile[3]; 10. #88C-Chad Miller[5]
E&V Energy Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 87-Jason Barney[2]; 2. #41-Dalton Rombough[5]; 3. 4P-Chase Moran[1]; 4. #17-Sammy Reakes IV[4]; 5. #89-Robbie Stillwaggon[3]; 6. 3-Parker Evans[6]; 7. 13T-Trevor Years[7]; 8. 13-Keith Granholm[8]; 9. 6K-Kyle Dutcher[9]
E&V Energy Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. 28-Jordan Poirier[2]; 2. 0F-Stewart Friesen[1]; 3. 28F-Davie Franek[5]; 4. 53-Shawn Donath[4]; 5. 0-Glenn Styres[7]; 6. 46-Ryan Coniam[3]; 7. 11J-Chris Jones[6]; 8. 13E-Evan Reynolds[9]; 9. 33-Lacey Hanson[8]
E&V Energy Heat 4 (10 Laps): 1. #79-Jordan Thomas[1]; 2. #7NY-Matt Farnham[2]; 3. 21-Jonathan Preston[4]; 4. 36-Logan Crisafulli[3]; 5. 17J-Kyle Smith[5]; 6. #4-Emily VanInwegen[7]; 7. X-Dan Bennett[6]; 8. 29-Dylan Menditto[9]; 9. 23-Eric Cartier[8]
Awards & Contingencies:
Rifenburg Contracting Fast Time ($25 each): #98-Joe Trenca; #87-Jason Barney; #28-Jordan Poirier; #7NY-Matt Farnham
E&V Energy Heat Winners ($25 each): #98-Joe Trenca; #87-Jason Barney; #28-Jordan Poirier; #79-Jordan Thomas
Cobra Coaches / Kinney’s Kar Kare Dash Winner ($125): #53-Shawn Donath
Lacaillade Masonry B Main Winner ($50): #21T-Alex Therrien
PJC Spray Foam First Non-Qualifier ($50): #46-Ryan Coniam
Pinnacle Pole Draw Award ($25): #0X-Stewart Friesen
A-Verdi Storage Containers Hard Charger Award ($50): #5H-Chris Hile
Pinnacle Investments Last Car Running ($30): #3-Parker Evans
Pinnacle Investments 11th Place (5 gallons fuel): #17-Sammy Reakes IV
Ashley Lynn Winery Podium Finish (bottle of wine): #0X-Stewart Friesen, #28-Jordan Poirier; #01-Danny Varin

 

Thomas gets 3rd 410 win at Attica; Moore earns third late model victory; Sebetto drives to 2nd 305 win at Attica

Friday, July 5, 2024

By Brian Liskai

ATTICA, Ohio – Cale Thomas took the lead with only five laps to go in the 410 sprint feature Friday, July 5 at Attica Raceway Park and drove to his third win of the year at the track on Heidelberg Materials/Sutton Bank Fan Appreciation Night.

Thomas, from Fairland, Indiana, now has five total wins in 2024. Attica’s point leader increases his advantage in the points with the All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads Attica Fremont Championship Series presented by the Baumann Auto Group. Thomas’ win aboard the Jay Kiser Racing #23 is his sixth podium run of the year at Attica Raceway Park. He now has five career victories at “Ohio’s Finest Racing” speed plant.

Darin Naida led the opening lap of the Callie’s Performance Products 410 Sprint A-main but third starter Zeth Sabo bolted into the top spot a lap later. Sabo built up a 1.5 second lead by the half-way point with Naida, Thomas, Cap Henry and Kalib Henry in tow. With 9 laps to go Thomas disposed of Naida and began closing on Sabo, driving into the lead on lap 25. While Thomas pulled away, the action for second was wild involving Naida, Sabo, Cap Henry and Kalib Henry. At the checkers behind Thomas, Sabo, Cap Henry, Kalib Henry and Naida rounded out the top five.

“I was struggling there at the beginning. The motor was 140 degrees…we had a problem with our engine heater before we went out. These things don’t like being cold and it kind of made it a hand full even when I got myself situated and the motor was good I couldn’t keep the front end down on this thing. Once we got the fuel load off a little bit and got closer to dirty air and I seemed to stay about the same speed when it slowed those other guys down,” said Thomas beside his Spanky’s Pizza, Shelluke’s Bar & Grill, Automatic Fire Protection, Ohio Refrigeration, Ohio Heating, Engler Machine, BH 41, TMH Holdings, Berryman Racing Shocks, Keizer Wheels backed machine.

Colin Shipley led the first 15 laps of the Whistle Stop Presents the Dirt Nerds Podcast Powered by Propane UMP Late Model A-main before Kyle Moore drove around the high side to take the point and drive away for his second straight win at Attica. It’s Moore’s third victory of 2024 at Attica and an incredible eighth straight podium finish at the track. Shipley, JR Gentry, Devin Shiels and Ryan Markham rounded out the top five.

“I was watching Colin but there wasn’t too much I could do…he was letting it hang out getting in and I couldn’t diamond it off in one and two. I followed him and he left a lot of room getting into turn four. I got a run and it was like here it is. We took the point lead and we got another win and this is awesome,” said Moore beside his Kepling Flooring, Tye Tworg Longhorn, Joyride Transportation, Smitley Towing, Short Stop, Malcuit Race Engines, Wilson Realty, Robin Jakubick, RL Bond Septic, Hepthorn Golf Cart Sales, House of Spud, K&B Septic Service, Coffman Composites, Team Midwest Paint, Platinum Design backed #1*

Steve Rando led the first lap of the Fremont Fence 305 Sprints A-main before five time track champion Jamie Miller drove to the lead. Miller built up a nearly three second lead but while slicing through lapped traffic with 10 laps to go, a pair spun, collecting Miller. Rando led on the restart but eighth starter Bryan Sebetto drove under him and took the top spot on lap 17. Sebetto drove away to his second win of the season at Attica and his 16th career victory in the division at the track. It was also Sebetto’s fifth overall victory of 2024.

Rando, Logan Riehl, Brenden Torok and Miller, who drove from the tail after his mid race mishap, rounded out the top five. Miller’s efforts ensure he will remain atop the NAPA of Bryan Attica Fremont Championship Series presented by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales standings.

“We got off of what we were doing at the beginning of the year there for a little stretch just trying to get better and we were actually getting worse. We went back to what we know and what was working. Guy and Chase and Kevin have this car so good and so driveable right now. We’re at a point where we are just fine tuning here and there. Doug Berryman built us a new left rear shock to try tonight and it was really good,” said Sebetto beside his Sandusky Bay Remodeling, JLH General Contractor, Sandusky Bay RV Rentals, KH Suspension, Race Ready Apparrel, NAPA of Fremont, Clay Keim, Depot Pizza, CA Kustoms, Level Performance backed #01.

Attica Raceway Park will be back in action Tuesday, July 16 for the 36th Annual Ohio Logistics Brad Doty Classic Presented by dac Pet Products featuring the World of Outlaw NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series.

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Attica Raceway Park

Friday, July 5, 2024

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410 Sprints - Callie's Performance Products

Qualifying

1.35-Stuart Brubaker, 13.308; 2.14R-Sean Rayhall, 13.350; 3.33W-Cap Henry, 13.436; 4.101-Kalib Henry, 13.466; 5.15C-Chris Andrews, 13.472; 6.5T-Travis Philo, 13.521; 7.28M-Conner Morrell, 13.522; 8.19-TJ Michael, 13.557; 9.8M-TJ Michael, 13.557; 10.21K-Larry Kingseed Jr, 13.594; 11.23-Cale Thomas, 13.640; 12.7N-Darin Naida, 13.643; 13.16-DJ Foos, 13.650; 14.29-Zeth Sabo, 13.656; 15.4*-Tyler Street, 13.656; 16.W20-Greg Wilson, 13.699; 17.2-Ricky Peterson, 13.733; 18.68G-Tyler Gunn, 13.803; 19.9-Trey Jacobs, 13.804; 20.15K-Creed Kemenah, 13.830; 21.5E-Bobby Elliott, 13.853; 22.5-Kody Brewer, 13.898; 23.9Z-Duane Zablocki, 13.909; 24.X-Mike Keegan, 14.006; 25.13-Van Gurley, Jr., 14.012; 26.26W-Cody White, 14.115; 27.17S-Shelby Rankin, 14.147; 28.2+-Brian Smith, 14.184;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 7N-Darin Naida[1] ; 2. 23-Cale Thomas[2] ; 3. 19-TJ Michael[3] ; 4. 4*-Tyler Street[5] ; 5. 9-Trey Jacobs[7] ; 6. W20-Greg Wilson[6] ; 7. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[8] ; 8. 17S-Shelby Rankin[9] ; 9. 14R-Sean Rayhall[4]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 15C-Chris Andrews[2] ; 2. 33W-Cap Henry[3] ; 3. 35-Stuart Brubaker[4] ; 4. 28M-Conner Morrell[1] ; 5. 68G-Tyler Gunn[6] ; 6. 21K-Larry Kingseed Jr[5] ; 7. 5E-Bobby Elliott[7] ; 8. X-Mike Keegan[8] ; 9. 26W-Cody White[9]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 29-Zeth Sabo[1] ; 2. 16-DJ Foos[2] ; 3. 101-Kalib Henry[4] ; 4. 5T-Travis Philo[3] ; 5. 2-Ricky Peterson[5] ; 6. 2+-Brian Smith[9] ; 7. 5-Kody Brewer[7] ; 8. 15K-Creed Kemenah[6] ; 9. 13-Van Gurley, Jr.[8]

B-Main 1 - (8 Laps)

1. W20-Greg Wilson[1] ; 2. 21K-Larry Kingseed Jr[2] ; 3. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[4] ; 4. 5E-Bobby Elliott[5] ; 5. 15K-Creed Kemenah[9] ; 6. 14R-Sean Rayhall[10] ; 7. 5-Kody Brewer[6] ; 8. 13-Van Gurley, Jr.[12] ; 9. 26W-Cody White[11] ; 10. 17S-Shelby Rankin[7] ; 11. X-Mike Keegan[8] ; 12. 2+-Brian Smith[3]

A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)

1. 23-Cale Thomas[1] ; 2. 29-Zeth Sabo[3] ; 3. 33W-Cap Henry[6] ; 4. 101-Kalib Henry[4] ; 5. 7N-Darin Naida[2] ; 6. 16-DJ Foos[8] ; 7. 35-Stuart Brubaker[5] ; 8. 28M-Conner Morrell[11] ; 9. 4*-Tyler Street[10] ; 10. 9-Trey Jacobs[13] ; 11. 19-TJ Michael[9] ; 12. 15C-Chris Andrews[7] ; 13. 2-Ricky Peterson[15] ; 14. 21K-Larry Kingseed Jr[17] ; 15. 68G-Tyler Gunn[14] ; 16. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[18] ; 17. 15K-Creed Kemenah[20] ; 18. 5E-Bobby Elliott[19] ; 19. 5T-Travis Philo[12] ; 20. W20-Greg Wilson[16]

305 Sprints - Fremont Fence Co.

Qualifying

1.01-Bryan Sebetto, 13.833; 2.2-Brenden Torok, 14.030; 3.9R-Logan Riehl, 14.092; 4.26-Jamie Miller, 14.118; 5.3X-Blayne Keckler, 14.288; 6.12X-Dustin Stroup, 14.306; 7.8K-Zach Kramer, 14.307; 8.10TS-Tyler Schiets, 14.308; 9.7M-Brandon Moore, 14.309; 10.61-Tyler Shullick, 14.339; 11.85-Dustin Feller, 14.363; 12.2S-Jackson Sebetto, 14.366; 13.51M-Haldon Miller, 14.395; 14.12-Dylan Watson, 14.425; 15.29-Rich Farmer, 14.436; 16.19R-Steve Rando, 14.445; 17.18-Ben Watson, 14.461; 18.0-Bradley Bateson, 14.464; 19.X15-Kasey Ziebold, 14.465; 20.5JR-Jimmy McGrath Jr., 14.474; 21.63-Randy Ruble, 14.534; 22.36-Seth Schneider, 14.536; 23.78-Austin Black, 14.547; 24.319-Steven Watts, 14.617; 25.3M-Logan Mongeau, 14.664; 26.5DD-Dustin Dinan, 14.783; 27.26S-Lee Sommers, 14.811; 28.18Z-Brian Razum, 14.900; 29.11-Brayden Harrison, 15.062; 30.11TS-Tate Schiets, 15.211; 31.1S-Keith Whaley, 15.474; 32.2T-Tony Alvarez, 15.888; 33.5M-Mike Moore, 99.999;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 36-Seth Schneider[1] ; 2. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[2] ; 3. 3X-Blayne Keckler[3] ; 4. 9R-Logan Riehl[4] ; 5. 26S-Lee Sommers[5] ; 6. 18Z-Brian Razum[6] ; 7. 2T-Tony Alvarez[8] ; 8. 11-Brayden Harrison[7]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 01-Bryan Sebetto[4] ; 2. 12X-Dustin Stroup[3] ; 3. 12-Dylan Watson[1] ; 4. 0-Bradley Bateson[5] ; 5. 3M-Logan Mongeau[8] ; 6. 51M-Haldon Miller[2] ; 7. 319-Steven Watts[7] ; 8. 63-Randy Ruble[6]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 7M-Brandon Moore[3] ; 2. 19R-Steve Rando[1] ; 3. 2-Brenden Torok[4] ; 4. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[2] ; 5. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[6] ; 6. 18-Ben Watson[5] ; 7. 11TS-Tate Schiets[7] ; 8. 1S-Keith Whaley[8]

Heat 4, Group D - (8 Laps)

1. 26-Jamie Miller[4] ; 2. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath Jr.[7] ; 3. X15-Kasey Ziebold[6] ; 4. 61-Tyler Shullick[2] ; 5. 78-Austin Black[8] ; 6. 29-Rich Farmer[5] ; 7. 8K-Zach Kramer[3] ; 8. 85-Dustin Feller[1]

B-Main 1 - (8 Laps)

1. 26S-Lee Sommers[1] ; 2. 3M-Logan Mongeau[2] ; 3. 78-Austin Black[4] ; 4. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[3] ; 5. 8K-Zach Kramer[12] ; 6. 63-Randy Ruble[14] ; 7. 18-Ben Watson[7] ; 8. 51M-Haldon Miller[6] ; 9. 11-Brayden Harrison[13] ; 10. 29-Rich Farmer[8] ; 11. 85-Dustin Feller[16] ; 12. 18Z-Brian Razum[5] ; 13. 1S-Keith Whaley[15] ; 14. 11TS-Tate Schiets[11] ; 15. 319-Steven Watts[10] ; 16. 2T-Tony Alvarez[9]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 01-Bryan Sebetto[8] ; 2. 19R-Steve Rando[1] ; 3. 9R-Logan Riehl[4] ; 4. 2-Brenden Torok[10] ; 5. 26-Jamie Miller[3] ; 6. 7M-Brandon Moore[2] ; 7. 36-Seth Schneider[6] ; 8. 61-Tyler Shullick[16] ; 9. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[7] ; 10. X15-Kasey Ziebold[13] ; 11. 8K-Zach Kramer[21] ; 12. 3M-Logan Mongeau[18] ; 13. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[20] ; 14. 0-Bradley Bateson[14] ; 15. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[15] ; 16. 63-Randy Ruble[22] ; 17. 12-Dylan Watson[12] ; 18. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath Jr.[9] ; 19. 78-Austin Black[19] ; 20. 3X-Blayne Keckler[11] ; 21. 26S-Lee Sommers[17] ; 22. 12X-Dustin Stroup[5]

Late Models - Dirt Nerds Podcast

Qualifying

1.91-Rusty Schlenk, 14.859; 2.51-Devin Shiels, 14.923; 3.46-Colin Shipley, 15.106; 4.94-Mike Bores, 15.145; 5.1*-Kyle Moore, 15.148; 6.5M-Ryan Markham, 15.173; 7.92B-Austin Bright, 15.293; 8.14JR-JR Gentry, 15.305; 9.92-Justin Chance, 15.426; 10.1N-Casey Noonan, 15.433; 11.14C-Clint Coffman, 15.587; 12.51B-Brayden Shiels, 15.634; 13.74-Jeff Warnick, 15.667; 14.28-Kent Brewer, 15.701; 15.2C-Dave Hornikel, 15.701; 16.RH03-Gregg Haskell, 15.837; 17.11-Austin Gibson, 15.840; 18.27-Ken Hahn, 15.857; 19.20H-Troy Hahn, 16.208; 20.16-Steve Sabo, 16.223; 21.16H-Cody Truman, 22.317;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 1N-Casey Noonan[1] ; 2. 14JR-JR Gentry[2] ; 3. 5M-Ryan Markham[3] ; 4. 46-Colin Shipley[4] ; 5. 27-Ken Hahn[7] ; 6. 14C-Clint Coffman[5] ; 7. 11-Austin Gibson[6]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 91-Rusty Schlenk[4] ; 2. 94-Mike Bores[2] ; 3. 51-Devin Shiels[3] ; 4. RH03-Gregg Haskell[6] ; 5. 28-Kent Brewer[5] ; 6. 51B-Brayden Shiels[1] ; 7. 20H-Troy Hahn[7]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 74-Jeff Warnick[1] ; 2. 1*-Kyle Moore[4] ; 3. 92-Justin Chance[2] ; 4. 2C-Dave Hornikel[5] ; 5. 16-Steve Sabo[6] ; 6. 92B-Austin Bright[3] ; 7. 16H-Cody Truman[7]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 1*-Kyle Moore[2] ; 2. 46-Colin Shipley[1] ; 3. 14JR-JR Gentry[5] ; 4. 51-Devin Shiels[4] ; 5. 5M-Ryan Markham[9] ; 6. 91-Rusty Schlenk[3] ; 7. 94-Mike Bores[8] ; 8. RH03-Gregg Haskell[11] ; 9. 74-Jeff Warnick[6] ; 10. 1N-Casey Noonan[7] ; 11. 92-Justin Chance[10] ; 12. 2C-Dave Hornikel[12] ; 13. 14C-Clint Coffman[16] ; 14. 27-Ken Hahn[13] ; 15. 92B-Austin Bright[18] ; 16. 28-Kent Brewer[14] ; 17. 16-Steve Sabo[15] ; 18. 51B-Brayden Shiels[17] ; 19. 11-Austin Gibson[19] ; 20. 16H-Cody Truman[21] ; 21. 20H-Troy Hahn[20]

 

 

KASEY JEDRZEJEK WINS 4TH ANNUAL "MR. EXCITEMENT" TIM ALLISON TRIBUTE RACE

Elida, OH - Honoring sprint car legend Tim Allison tonight at Limaland Motorsports Park, the Great Lakes Super Sprints presented by Engine Pro & ARP had 19 cars on hand. Kasey Jedrzejek (Lagrange, OH) sliced and diced through lap traffic for his third GLSS victory on the 2024 season.

Chase Dunham (Lepisic, OH) led the first couple laps of the race and then rode the cushion a little to hard and ended up in the wall of turn 2. Thankfully Dunham was alright and was able to keep racing. Kasey took this opportunity to charge up a total of 5 spots past Dustin Daggett (Portland, MI) and bring home the Tim Allison 4th Annual Memorial Race.

Early in the night during qualifying we lost two drivers, the 16b of Justin Clark (Hamersville, OH) who ended up in the wall during qualifying and the 49t of Gregg Dalman (Bellevue, MI) who pulled off during qualifying due to motor issues.

Tonight's Ti22 Performance Fast Qualifier was Zane DeVault (Plymouth, IN), putting in a lap time of 11.410 seconds. Daggett wins the Engler Machine & Tool Heat 1, while Brad Lamberson (Parma,MI) wins the Howard Johnson of Lima, OH Heat 2 and Phil Gressman (Fremont, OH) takes home the win in the Ohio CAT the Rental Store Heat 3.

Zane DeVault was tonight's Operating Engineers 324 Hard Charger, moving up a total of 8 spots. Caleb Harmon (Elida,OH) takes home the Engine Pro Lucky Dog!!

Great Lakes Super Sprints presented by Engine Pro and ARP will be back in action Saturday, July 6th at Tri-City Motor Speedway!

Ohio CAT A Feature 1 25 Laps | 00:19:45.608

11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[6]; 2. 85-Dustin Daggett[1]; 3. 17-Jared Horstman[3]; 4. 23-Devon Dobie[7]; 5. 7C-Phil Gressman[5]; 6. 44-Zane DeVault[14]; 7. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[13]; 8. 71H-Max Stambaugh[10]; 9. 11A-Abby Hohlbein[12]; 10. 37-Noah Dunlap[11]; 11. 27-Brad Lamberson[4]; 12. 35-Ron Blair[8]; 13. 66-Chase Dunham[2]; 14. 11X-Caleb Harmon[16]; 15. 88N-Frank Neill[15]; 16. 19P-Brady Parmeley[17]; 17. 24-Kobe Allison[9]; 18. (DNS) 49T-Gregg Dalman; 19. (DNS) 16B-Justin Clark

Engler Machine and Tool Heat 1 8 Laps | 00:02:39.218

85-Dustin Daggett[1]; 2. 23-Devon Dobie[3]; 3. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[4]; 4. 71H-Max Stambaugh[6]; 5. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[2]; 6. 11X-Caleb Harmon[5]; 7. (DNS) 16B-Justin Clark

Howard Johnson of Lima, OH Heat 2 8 Laps | 00:03:03.136

27-Brad Lamberson[1]; 2. 17-Jared Horstman[2]; 3. 24-Kobe Allison[3]; 4. 37-Noah Dunlap[5]; 5. 44-Zane DeVault[4]; 6. (DNS) 49T-Gregg Dalman

Ohio CAT the Rental Store Heat 3 8 Laps | 00:07:31.962

7C-Phil Gressman[2]; 2. 35-Ron Blair[1]; 3. 66-Chase Dunham[4]; 4. 11A-Abby Hohlbein[5]; 5. 88N-Frank Neill[3]; 6. 19P-Brady Parmeley[6]

Qualifying 1 99 Laps | 00:00:23.462

11N-Kasey Jedrzejek, 00:11.616[5]; 2. 85-Dustin Daggett, 00:11.700[2]; 3. 20I-Kelsey Ivy, 00:11.710[1]; 4. 23-Devon Dobie, 00:11.745[4]; 5. 11X-Caleb Harmon, 00:11.880[3]; 6. 71H-Max Stambaugh, 00:11.934[6]; 7. 16B-Justin Clark, 00:12.236[7]

Qualifying 2 99 Laps | 00:00:22.837

44-Zane DeVault, 00:11.410[1]; 2. 27-Brad Lamberson, 00:11.614[4]; 3. 17-Jared Horstman, 00:11.672[3]; 4. 24-Kobe Allison, 00:11.949[5]; 5. 37-Noah Dunlap, 00:12.251[2]; 6. (DNS) 49T-Gregg Dalman, 00:12.251

Qualifying 3 99 Laps | 00:00:31.338

66-Chase Dunham, 00:11.772[5]; 2. 35-Ron Blair, 00:11.879[6]; 3. 7C-Phil Gressman, 00:11.888[2]; 4. 88N-Frank Neill, 00:12.130[4]; 5. 11A-Abby Hohlbein, 00:12.164[3]; 6. 19P-Brady Parmeley, 00:12.967[1]

Hot Laps 1 | 00:01:07.038

44-Zane DeVault[2]; 2. 17-Jared Horstman[8]; 3. 24-Kobe Allison[14]; 4. 7C-Phil Gressman[6]; 5. 71H-Max Stambaugh[16]; 6. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[1]; 7. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[13]; 8. 23-Devon Dobie[10]; 9. 66-Chase Dunham[15]; 10. 11A-Abby Hohlbein[9]; 11. 27-Brad Lamberson[11]; 12. 35-Ron Blair[18]; 13. 88N-Frank Neill[12]; 14. 85-Dustin Daggett[4]; 15. 11X-Caleb Harmon[7]; 16. 49T-Gregg Dalman[17]; 17. 37-Noah Dunlap[5]; 18. 16B-Justin Clark[19]; 19. 19P-Brady Parmeley[3]

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KEEGAN WINS HIS SECOND JACK HEWITT CLASSIC

Waynesfield, OH - Fremont Ohio native, Mike Keegan, secures his first feature win of the season tonight at Waynesfield Raceway Park! The Great Lakes Super Sprints presented by Engine Pro & ARP rolled into WRP to take part in the annual All Sprints Jack Hewitt Classic.

Taking the track last for qualifying the GLSS drivers still had a super fast track with Max Stambaugh (Elida, OH) being the Ti22 Performance Fast Qualifier with a blistering 11.524.

Rolling out for the Engine Pro Feature, Keegan jumped out for the lead early with past champion Phil Gressman (Fremont, OH) and Kasey Jedrzejek (Lagrange, OH) staying on his tail as they quickly caught up to lap traffic. Keegan made it around the lap traffic with Zane DeVault (Plymouth, IN) right on his tale. Keegan takes the checkered for his first GLSS win on the 2024 season. Kobe Allison (Lima, OH) was tonight's Operating Engineers 324 Hard Charger moving up 9 spots. Frank Neill (Vickery, OH) takes home tonight's Engine Pro Lucky Dog.

Engine Pro A Feature 1 25 Laps | 00:19:28.620

X-Mike Keegan[1]; 2. 44-Zane DeVault[4]; 3. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[3]; 4. 29S-Zeth Sabo[8]; 5. 1-Nate Dussel[10]; 6. 7C-Phil Gressman[2]; 7. 71H-Max Stambaugh[5]; 8. 66-Chase Dunham[7]; 9. 27-Brad Lamberson[17]; 10. 85-Dustin Daggett[6]; 11. 17-Jared Horstman[14]; 12. 24-Kobe Allison[21]; 13. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[9]; 14. 49T-Gregg Dalman[12]; 15. 29-Rich Farmer[13]; 16. 83-Adam Cruea[15]; 17. 11A-Abby Hohlbein[20]; 18. 88N-Frank Neill[22]; 19. 37-Noah Dunlap[18]; 20. 11H-Caleb Harmon[19]; 21. 12B-Luke Hall[11]; 22. 23-Devon Dobie[23]; 23. 11-Ed Neumeister[16]

Engler Machine and Tool Heat 1:

11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[5]; 2. 66-Chase Dunham[1]; 3. 71H-Max Stambaugh[4]; 4. 12B-Luke Hall[3]; 5. 29-Rich Farmer[6]; 6. 11-Ed Neumeister[7]; 7. (DNF) 31-Jac Nickles[2]; 8. (DNS) 70-Eli Lakin; 9. (DNS) 13S-Drew Siferd Heat 2 8 Laps | 00:03:20.000

Howard Johnson of Lima Ohio Heat 2:

X-Mike Keegan[1]; 2. 29S-Zeth Sabo[2]; 3. 1-Nate Dussel[3]; 4. 44-Zane DeVault[4]; 5. 17-Jared Horstman[5]; 6. 27-Brad Lamberson[7]; 7. 11H-Caleb Harmon[8]; 8. 24-Kobe Allison[6]; 9. (DNS) 23-Devon Dobie Heat 3 8 Laps | 00:03:21.000

Ohio CAT the Rental Store Heat 3:

85-Dustin Daggett[1]; 2. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[2]; 3. 7C-Phil Gressman[4]; 4. 49T-Gregg Dalman[3]; 5. 83-Adam Cruea[5]; 6. 37-Noah Dunlap[7]; 7. 11A-Abby Hohlbein[6]; 8. 88N-Frank Neill[8]

Qualifying 1 99 Laps | 00:00:38.000

71H-Max Stambaugh, 00:11.524[3]; 2. 66-Chase Dunham, 00:11.773[4]; 3. 31-Jac Nickles, 00:11.902[5]; 4. 12B-Luke Hall, 00:12.167[6]; 5. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek, 00:12.483[1]; 6. 29-Rich Farmer, 00:12.595[7]; 7. 11-Ed Neumeister, 00:13.279[2]; 8. (DNS) 70-Eli Lakin, 00:13.279; 9. (DNS) 13S-Drew Siferd, 00:13.279

Qualifying 2 99 Laps | 00:00:36.000

44-Zane DeVault, 00:11.663[1]; 2. X-Mike Keegan, 00:11.702[3]; 3. 29S-Zeth Sabo, 00:11.717[6]; 4. 1-Nate Dussel, 00:11.796[2]; 5. 17-Jared Horstman, 00:11.802[7]; 6. 24-Kobe Allison, 00:12.130[4]; 7. 27-Brad Lamberson, 00:12.184[9]; 8. 11H-Caleb Harmon, 00:12.362[5]; 9. (DNS) 23-Devon Dobie, 00:12.362

Qualifying 3 99 Laps | 00:00:36.000

7C-Phil Gressman, 00:11.868[2]; 2. 85-Dustin Daggett, 00:11.926[8]; 3. 20I-Kelsey Ivy, 00:12.196[1]; 4. 49T-Gregg Dalman, 00:12.283[5]; 5. 83-Adam Cruea, 00:12.414[6]; 6. 11A-Abby Hohlbein, 00:12.560[7]; 7. 37-Noah Dunlap, 00:12.561[3]; 8. 88N-Frank Neill, 00:12.638[4]

Hot Laps 1 99 Laps | 00:15:01.000

11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[1]; 2. 44-Zane DeVault[2]; 3. 24-Kobe Allison[11]; 4. 71H-Max Stambaugh[7]; 5. X-Mike Keegan[8]; 6. 1-Nate Dussel[5]; 7. 27-Brad Lamberson[26]; 8. 17-Jared Horstman[20]; 9. 66-Chase Dunham[10]; 10. 7C-Phil Gressman[6]; 11. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[3]; 12. 12B-Luke Hall[16]; 13. 85-Dustin Daggett[24]; 14. 29-Rich Farmer[19]; 15. 11A-Abby Hohlbein[21]; 16. 49T-Gregg Dalman[15]; 17. 31-Jac Nickles[13]; 18. 83-Adam Cruea[18]; 19. 88N-Frank Neill[12]; 20. 37-Noah Dunlap[9]; 21. 11H-Caleb Harmon[14]; 22. 23-Devon Dobie[23]; 23. 11-Ed Neumeister[4]; 24. 29S-Zeth Sabo[17]; 25. 13S-Drew Siferd[22]; 26. (DNS) 70-Eli Lakin

Great Lakes Super Sprints presented by Engine Pro and ARP will be back in action Friday, July 5th at Limaland Motorsports Park and Tri-City Motor Speedway on July 6th!

To catch past GLSS races, head over to the Great Lakes Super Sprints YouTube page. Stay updated by following us on Facebook, TikTok, Instagram, and X. For the latest news, schedules, results, and points, visit www.greatlakessprints.com and choose your favorite class.

Check out Michigan CAT at https://www.michigancat.com/ and Ohio CAT at https://www.ohiocat.com/

Thank you to our sponsors and partners who are the ones that allow us to bring a great show to your local tracks. Please help us by supporting the sponsors listed below…. PErfit Corporation Engine Pro & ARP Racing Michigan CAT Ohio CAT Operating Engineers Local 324 MacAllister Rental Beacon & Bridge Markets Hoosier Racing Tires Engler Machine & Tool Home Pro Roofing Jim Coffey and Sons Plumbing & Heating Howard Johnsons by Wyndham Specialty Fuels & Logistics Environmental Waste & Recovery Service Precision Engine Works Rescue Resources LLC.

 

 

PADDOCK SCORES FIRST CAREER CRSA VICTORY AT LAND OF LEGENDS

Race Report By: Marty Czekala – July 5, 2024

CANANDAIGUA, N.Y. – Land of Legends Raceway just loves first-time winners.

May 18, it was Matt Rotz’s time to score his first career victory.

On Independence Day? It was Dillon Paddock.

The No. 8 took the checkered flag for his first career CRSA victory to become the 79th different winner in CRSA history.

“It’s about time,” Paddock said post-race. “I feel like it was long overdue. All my guys and sponsors stick with me. No one gives up. They want to see us do good and we keep coming out no matter what happens the week prior.”

Paddock had a two-second lead over Darryl Ruggles with two laps to go. As he came to the white flag, a caution waved for fifth place running Tyler Chartrand and Dustin Sehn, colliding in turn three.

"I don't really think too much [about it,]" said Paddock on the final yellow. "I didn’t know I had that much of a lead. Makes me get a lot more confidence in the car.”

This stacked the field back up for a green-white-checkered. Ruggles went low while Paddock stayed high, using the outside as momentum to pull away and take the win.

Paddock and Tomy Moreau started on the front row for the second DisBatch Brewing Company Challenge race. The No. 8 wasted no time getting to the front with Ruggles behind. The Land of Legends Wall of Famer would throw a slidejob into turn one to his No. 48jr out front on lap three. The two would go wheel-to-wheel in the opening circuits with Ruggles.

Lap five would bring out the feature's first yellow for Ethan Gray, who suffered a mechanical issue.

On the restart, "The Motorized Madman," Ruggles held serve and opened a gap after Paddock had a risky restart. That lead of up to a second wouldn’t last long as on lap 13 into turn three, Paddock threw a slide job to snatch the lead back.

When in lapped traffic, Paddock was cruising past backmarkers like it was a Sunday drive, increasing the lead to 2.7 seconds, the race’s biggest lead. But then with two to go, Chartrand and Sehn brought out the race’s second and final yellow.

Ruggles grabbed an opportunity to go for the lead, but Paddock would take his first career win by 1.4 seconds.

The battle for the win brought déjà vu to both Paddock and Ruggles as June 1 in weekly action at Land of Legends saw the two race each other hard for the win, with Ruggles taking the checkers for the 48th time at his home track in a 305 Sprint.

This time? Paddock leveled the score.

“I stuck to what I was doing, ripping the top and keeping my momentum up,” Paddock said. “Darryl was getting a little snug where I would catch him and put the move on. Felt good to pass someone like Darryl who has so many wins and is one of the top guys here every week.”

“Dillon’s a good, clean driver and runs very well,” stated Ruggles post-race. “I was just a little tight the whole race. I got out front, he saw where I was running. He was really fast and due for one.”

Tomy Moreau also was a factor at one point. The No. 22 driver kept his car within the top five all night and, at one point, with nine to go, closed in on Paddock and Ruggles for the lead before getting too high in turns one and two. It was still a good points night for "The Canadian Kid," finishing ahead of Jordan Hutton and the latter finished fifth.

“I got to thinking about points racing too because we’re racing Saturday,” explained Moreau. “I can’t crash the car. I felt we were as fast as Darryl and Dillon but at times I couldn’t make the pass each deal. Pretty happy and going to try again Saturday.”

John Cunningham was the feature’s Powdertech Powdercoating Hard Charger, starting 23rd and finishing 11th.

Blake Warner’s last lap pass to win heat four was named the Maguire Family of Dealerships “Magnificent Move of the Race.”

 

 

Shane Golobic, Anthony Slaney and Kevin Jinkerson claim 4th of July wins in Placerville

By Gary Thomas

Placerville, CA…Fremont’s Shane Golobic made the move by Dylan Bloomfield on lap 13 and went on to claim his 15th career Placerville Speedway Winged 360 Sprint Car victory on Independence Day.

A large and vocal crowd during the 4th of July special also witnessed Diamond Springs’ Kevin Jinkerson and Martinez driver Anthony Slaney scoop wins with the Red Hawk Casino Pure Stocks and Mountain Democrat Late Models respectively.

Oakley’s Dylan Bloomfield set the early pace in the 25-lap Thompson’s Winged Sprint Car feature. The action was hot and heavy in the opening stages of the contest as drivers battled on every square inch of the quarter mile.

Golobic, however, ran smooth and calculated laps, until turning up the heat by moving into second on lap 11, before snatching the lead around the outside on lap 13. Once in front the former World of Outlaws winner at Placerville dominated things and grabbed the checkered flag for victory. By doing so he tied Billy Wallace and Colby Wiesz on the all-time Winged 360 win list at the track.

Bloomfield crossed the stripe in second followed by Tony Gomes, row 9 started Michael Faccinto and Austin Wood in the top-5. Completing the top-10 were Dominic Gorden, Bubba Decaires, Justin Peck, Ashlyn Rodriguez and Tyler Thompson.

In the Mountain Democrat Ltd. Late Model finale, it was Auburn’s Ray Trimble who jumped out front. Trimble led for a couple laps until Anthony Slaney powered by to grab the point. After that it was all Slaney, who pulled away for his third victory of the year at the track.

Dan Brown Jr. came home in second followed by Jay Norton, Kiely Ricardo and Tyler Lightfoot.

The Red Hawk Casino Pure Stocks provided an entertaining 20-lap feature on Independence Day. The Jinkerson brothers, Kevin and Dan, battled for the lead early with Nick Baldwin right there with them every step of the way.

Kevin Jinkerson took the point and had Baldwin all over him right down to the wire. Jinkerson picked up the win for his second straight triumph at Placerville Speedway and in doing so, took over the point lead. Baldwin finished second ahead of Tommy Sturgeon, Wayne Trimble and Jason Ramos.

Placerville Speedway returns with Red Hawk Casino Night on Saturday. The program will start one hour later than usual with the warm temps forecasted. The front gate will open at 4pm with cars on track around 6:15.

Results

Placerville Speedway
Freedom Fireworks
July 4, 2024

Winged Sprint Cars:

1. 17W-Shane Golobic[3]; 2. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[1]; 3. 7C-Tony Gomes[13]; 4. X1-Michael Faccinto[17]; 5. 2A-Austin Wood[4]; 6. 10-Dominic Gorden[8]; 7. 94-Greg Decaires V[11]; 8. 17P-Justin Peck[19]; 9. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez[10]; 10. 35KM-Tyler Thompson[2]; 11. 1F-DJ Freitas[16]; 12. 38-Colby Johnson[9]; 13. 1-Chance Grasty[14]; 14. 24S-Izaak Sharp[21]; 15. 94R-Corbin Rueschenberg[18]; 16. 21-Shane Hopkins[6]; 17. 7P-Jake Andreotti[20]; 18. 92-Andy Forsberg[7]; 19. 45-Jake Morgan[15]; 20. 94TH-Braden Chiaramonte[12]; 21. 33T-Jimmy Trulli[5]

 

 

 2024 PIRTEK UMSS

New Richmond, WI, June 29th, 2024

The Pirtek Renegades were back at their home track of Cedar Lake Speedway on Saturday with the Winged Sprints competing in World of Outlaw Showdown. Thirty-four teams filled the pits, with the Adams Estates heat #1 going to Ronnie Erickson. Brett Peterson claimed the Kikis Salsa heat race #2, James Ackerley Construction heat 3 went to Owen Carlson, and the Rapid Press Printing Heat 4 went to Casey Lang. The Dream car Brandon Allen drove from sixth position to second, in heat #2, earning 113 passing points.

The 3TK car of Tony Kaus drove into Pirtek/Hoosier Tire victory lane for the B feature, to stage up for the A feature, along with the 46H car of Ken Hron, 61 of Mike Mueller and the 13A of Ryan Anondson. Lining up for battle in the A feature on the pole position was Chase Viebrock, followed by John Vaillancourt, Lang, Allen, and Mark Chevalier. It was a green, white, and checkered flag race, giving the fans an “exhilarating” show to watch. After twenty laps were completed, the 50 car of Viebrock parked it in the Pirtek/Hoosier Tire victory lane, cruising in behind him was the 05 of Allen, 07 of Carlson, P1 of Chevalier, and the 42X of Brett Peterson.

The Pirtek Renegades next event will be Saturday, July 27th, when the Traditionals and Winged sprints return to Cedar Lake Speedway. 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: Pirtek/Hoosier Tire A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 50-Chase Viebrock[1]; 2. 05-Brandon Allen[4]; 3. O7-Owen Carlson[10]; 4. P1-Mark Chevalier[5]; 5. 42X-Brett Peterson[8]; 6. 95-John Vaillancourt[2]; 7. 609-Casey Lang[3]; 8. 03-Jamey Ogston[14]; 9. 62-Ronnie Erickson[6]; 10. 9C-Cole Stella[11]; 11. 46H-Ken Hron[20]; 12. 3K-Jeremy Kerzman[9]; 13. 11J-Jori Hughes[15]; 14. 3TK-Tony Kaus[19]; 15. 63-Todd Hansen[13]; 16. 4K-Dominic Kerzman[24]; 17. 2J-John Lowe[17]; 18. 57-Ryan Buck[16]; 19. 13A-Ryan Anondson[22]; 20. 7X-Dan Atchison[23]; 21. (DNF) 2V-Chris Vogel[12]; 22. (DNF) 61-Mike Mueller[21]; 23. (DNF) 93-Brad Peterson[7]; 24. (DNS) 53-Dustin Pittman

 

 

Bowser Gets First Victory of Season at Tri City; Three in a Row for Rudolph; Seippel and Myers also Win

(Franklin, PA June 30, 2024): Carl Bowser got his first win in the Krill Recycling 410 Sprint Cars, and Erick Rudolph nabbed his third in the 21st Century Energy Group 358 Modifieds. Getting back to victory lane were Josh Seippel in the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks and Blaze Myers in the 4 Your Car Connection RUSH Sprints.

Brandon Matus and Carl Bowser paced the Krill Recycling 410 Sprints for the start of their A Main. Jack Sodeman, Jr. and Zach Morrow wee in row two. Brandon Spithaler and Dale Blaney were set to go from row three, but Blaney experienced a mechanical problem on the pace lap and he was unable to make repairs in time to join the field at the tail. Bob Felmlee and Zane DeVault were in row four and Jeremy Weaver and Chase metheney were in row five. Logan McCandless and Matt Farnham were slotted to row six.

Bowser sailed into turn one and took control of the cushion on the opening lap. Brandon Matus tried to stay with him, but a brake failure hampered his effort to keep the car in the bottom groove. Sodeman, Spithaler, Felmee, and DeVault made up the top six in the early going.

Spithaler moved into third on lap sevenand he reaced second by the first caution, which appeared on lap eleven. It seemed as though the fans would see a battle between Bowser and Spithaler, but DeVault threw his hat into the ring. He was up to second by the halfway mark.

A red was displayed on lap fifteen for a flip in turn two by the most recent feature winner and current point leader, Jeremy Weaver. He was unhurt, but his night ended prematurely.

The final ten laps went off without any complications. Bowser led the way, with DeVault finishing second. Spithaler held on for third, with Sodeman and McCandless completing the top five. Farnham, Felmlee, Brandon Matus, Metheney, and Adam Kekich rounding outthe top ten.

A banner field of twenty-nine 410 Sprint Cars checked in for the event. The three heats went to Spithaler, Bowser, and DeVault. The B Main winner was Matthew Swift.

In the 21st Century Energy Group 358 Modifieds, Eric Beggs and Jimmy Holden brought the field to the green for the twenty lapper. Hayden Holden and Eric Gabany made up the second row. Brandon Ritchey and Eric Reitz paired up in row three. Makayla Shannon and Erick Rudolph had row four to themselves, followed by Mark Sevin and Ryan Riffe. Troy McGregor and Jeremy Beichner had row six.

Jimmy Holden and Gabany led the opening lap, followed by Beggs, Rudolph, and Reitz. The top five remained intact through the first caution. At the halfway mark, Jimmy Holden stall had control, but Rudolph was into the second position. Beggs, Reitz, Gabany, and Richey made up the top six.

There was a restart on lap ten, and Rudolph used that to power into the lead coming off turn two.Jimmy Holden followed in second, ahead of Reitz, Gabany, and Ritchey.

A caution with two laps remaining gave JImmy Holden a clear shot at the leader, but he could not capitalize on the opportunity. Rudolph, Jimmy Holden, Reitz, Gabany, and Ritchey made the top five. The next finishers were Shannon, Riffe, Hayden Holden, Sevin, and Beichner completed the top ten.

There were a pair of heats. The wins went to Hayden Holden and Reitz. There was no B Main.

The Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks went for fifteen laps in their feature. Josh Seippel and Joey Zambotti were on the front row, with Russ Coyne and Rod Laskey behind them. Andrew Hammond and Jake Whitling were in row three. Chris Schneider and Bobby Whitling were matched in row four. The fifth row presented Doug Iorio, II and Scott Malone, and the sixth had Pat Fielding and Kyle Corah.

The initial start was called back because Zambotti spun in row two. On the second try, Seippel assumed control and he led the entire distance despite a caution that set up a two lap dash to the checkers.

Seippel completed the task, but the balance of the top five were shuffled in the final two laps. Schneider made it to second, with Bobby Whitling also displacing Laskey. Fifth went to Jake Whitling. Coyne, Hammond, Corah, Jason Kimmy and Pat Fielding were the next five finishers.

The 4 Your Car Connection RUSH Sprints were the final race of the night. Brent Rhebergen and Arnie Kent made a veteran front row. Gale Ruth, Jr. and Blaze Myers were in row two. Joe Buccola and John Mollick had the third row. The fourth was made up by Trent Marshall and Zack Wilson. Devon Deeter and Ricky Tucker, III were in row five. Charles McClintock and Luke Mullichak were in row six.

Kent led the first two laps of the contest, with Myers, Mollick, Rhebergen, and Ruth in tow. But Myers and Mollick were pressing Kent. Myers went low in turn three to take the lead on the third lap and Mollick tried the outside but he was unable to make the pass. A few laps later, Mollick completed the pass before the midpoint in the race.

In the final half of the fifteen lapper, Mollick shadowed Myers. Mollick did nose ahead of Myers briefly, but Myers was able to regain control befor ethe alp was completed.

Myers, Mollick, Kent, Rhebergen, and Ruth made up the top five. Buccola, Marshall, Mullichak, Wilson, and Deeter rounded out the top ten.

The heat races went to Kent and Mollick. There was no B Main.

Tim Bish still leads the Marsh Heating & Cooling Heat Race Challenge with four wins. Eleven racers are tied for second with two wins. Fifteen racers have a single heat race victory.

Next weekend, Tri-City Raceway Park will have three sprint car divisions contesting four feature events. The Krill Recycling 410 Sprints, Allegheny Sprint Tour 305 Sprints will have double features, and the 4 Your Car Connection RUSH Sprints will be on hand. The Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks will complete the card. The 21st Century Energy Group 358 Modifieds will have the night off.

The divisional sponsors of Tri City Raceway Park for 2024 are: Krill Recycling, LLC (410 Sprint Cars), 21st Centure Energy Group (358 Modifieds), Hovis Auto & Truck Supply (Pro Stocks), and 4 Your Car Connection (RUSH Sprint Cars).

All competitors at Tri City Raceway Park will be eligible for the Marsh Heating & Cooling Heat Race Challenge. The driver that wins the most heat races over the courseof the season, regardless of the class, will receive a special award.

Other marketing partners of Tri City Raceway Park for 2024 include: Erie Beer, Wab-Tec (manufacturer of locomotive engines), Schaeffer Lubricants, Keystone Transit (school buses), Blue Ox Timbers (buyers of timberland timber land management), Constable Refuse (residential and commercial garbage collectors), First Rate Realty (real estate sales), Landscape Connection (portable toilets and landscape supplies), KEI-Klapec Express Inc. (trucking company), BKI-Bert Klapec Inc. (excavation and demolition), Shambaugh Towing, Gibson Hill Automotive (auto repair), McCandless Ford Sales (located in Mercer and Meadville), McCandless Trailer Sales (located in Mercer and Meadville), Big Dog RC (remote controlled cars and race track), McGregor Excavating, Les Frickshun (lubricants and undercoating), Bish Heating & Cooling, Wet Hose LLC (pressure washing), Heffern Septic Service, Tionesta Builders Supply (located in Tionesta and Shippenville), UCIP-United Community Independence Program (housing and services for the handicapped), Close Racing Supply, Billy’s Garage & Towing, Oakland-Rampart Equipment (makers of centrifugal dryers, wash systems, and separators).

Remember that you will need to check the Facebook page, Tri City Raceway Park, for current information. The former website is not updated and will soon be replaced.

Tri-City Raceway Park is located just a few miles north of Franklin, PA, at 3430 State Route 417 in Oakland Township. Professional auto racing will be presented in a family friendly atmosphere most Sunday evenings from May through Labor Day weekend.

Krill Recycling 410 Sprint Cars: Carl Bowser, Zane DeVault, Brandon Spithaler, Jack Sodeman, Jr., Logan McCandless, Matt Farnham, Bob Felmlee, Brandon Matus, Chase Metheney, Adam Kekich, Zach Morrow, Andy Cavanaugh, Brent Matus, Rod Jones, Shane Shook, jeremy Weaver, Tyler Newhart, Bodey McClintock, Dusty Larson, Vivian Jones, Brett Brunkenhoefer, Ron Aurand, Dale Blaney. DNS: Jazlyn Boyles, Aaron Marano, Steve Bright, A.J. Flick, John Jerich, Matthew Swift.

21st Century Energy Group 358 Modifieds: Erick Rudolph, Jimmy Holden, Chad Reitz, Eric Gabany, Brandon Ritchey, Makayla Shannon, Ryan Riffe, Hayden Holden, Mark Sevin, Jeremy Beichner, Eric Beggs, Anthony Antus, Troy mcGregor, James Parenti, Jr. DNS: Kevin Green.

Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks: Josh Seippel, Chris Schneider, Bobby Whitling, Rod Laskey, Jake Whitling, Russ Coyne, Andrew Hammond, Kyle Corah, Jason Kimmy, Pat Fielding, Doug Iorio, II, Joey Zambotti, Scott Malone, Matt Bernard.

4 Your Car Connection RUSH Sprints: Blaze Myers, John Mollick, Arnie Kent, Brent Rherbergen, Gale Ruth, Jr., Joe Buccola, Trent Marshall, Luke Mullichak, Zach Wilson, Devon Deeter, Charles McClintock, Logen Lockhart, Ricky Tucker, III

 

 

KASEY JEDRZEJEK STRIKES AGAIN AT CRYSTAL MOTOR SPEEDWAY

Crystal , MI - Lagrange, OH native Kasey Jedrzejek wins his second Feature Race with the Great Lakes Super Sprints presented by Engine Pro & ARP Saturday night. Jedrzejek was hoping to bring home his second GLSS win tonight at Crystal and he was able to pull it off!

The moment Jedrzejek hit the track, he dominated! By the end of the first lap, he had overtaken Max Stambaugh (Elida, OH), who had started in pole position. It was a remarkably clean race, with 23 caution-free laps. On the 22nd lap, Stambaugh was hot on Jedrzejek's tail and nearly passed him before the yellow flag came out. During the restart, Kasey maintained his lead for the final two laps. With the good fortune of drawing the second position in the redraw, Kasey skillfully navigated through lap traffic to clinch his second Michigan CAT Sprint Division win of the 2024 season! Gary Taylor took home tonight's Operating Engineer's 324 Hard Charger moving up a total of five positions.

PERFIT A Feature 25 Laps

11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[2]; 2. 71H-Max Stambaugh[1]; 3. 85-Dustin Daggett[4]; 4. 51-Gary Taylor[9]; 5. 17-Jared Horstman[10]; 6. 01-Chase Ridenour[5]; 7. 7C-Phil Gressman[3]; 8. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[7]; 9. 24-Kobe Allison[14]; 10. 22M-Dan McCarron[11]; 11. 49T-Gregg Dalman[6]; 12. 27-Brad Lamberson[16]; 13. 23-Devon Dobie[18]; 14. 66-Chase Dunham[13]; 15. 38-Max Frank[15]; 16. 17H-Hud Horton[12]; 17. 88N-Frank Neill[19]; 18. 16B-Justin Clark[21]; 19. 3A-Mike Astrauskas[20]; 20. 11H-Caleb Harmon[17]; 21. 27K-Zac Broughman[24]; 22. 14A-Alex Clute[22]; 23. 67-Kevin Martens[23]; 24. 70-Eli Lakin[8]

Engler Machine & Tool Heat 1 8 Laps

85-Dustin Daggett[4]; 2. 49T-Gregg Dalman[1]; 3. 70-Eli Lakin[2]; 4. 22M-Dan McCarron[5]; 5. 24-Kobe Allison[6]; 6. 27-Brad Lamberson[3]; 7. 88N-Frank Neill[7]; 8. 14A-Alex Clute[8]

Beacon & Bridge Markets Heat 2 8 Laps

71H-Max Stambaugh[1]; 2. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[4]; 3. 51-Gary Taylor[2]; 4. 17H-Hud Horton[3]; 5. 38-Max Frank[5]; 6. 11H-Caleb Harmon[6]; 7. 3A-Mike Astrauskas[7]; 8. 67-Kevin Martens[8]

Coffey & Sons Plumbing and Heating Heat 3 8 Laps

7C-Phil Gressman[1]; 2. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[3]; 3. 17-Jared Horstman[2]; 4. 66-Chase Dunham[5]; 5. 01-Chase Ridenour[4]; 6. 23-Devon Dobie[6]; 7. 16B-Justin Clark[7]; 8. 27K-Zac Broughman[8]

Qualifying Engler Machine 2 Laps

85-Dustin Daggett, 00:12.450[4]; 2. 49T-Gregg Dalman, 00:12.766[6]; 3. 70-Eli Lakin, 00:12.783[2]; 4. 27-Brad Lamberson, 00:12.910[5]; 5. 22M-Dan McCarron, 00:13.002[7]; 6. 24-Kobe Allison, 00:13.059[8]; 7. 88N-Frank Neill, 00:13.496[3]; 8. (DNS) 14A-Alex Clute, 00:13.496

Qualifying B&B Markets 2 Laps

11N-Kasey Jedrzejek, 00:12.687[4]; 2. 71H-Max Stambaugh, 00:12.785[6]; 3. 51-Gary Taylor, 00:12.820[5]; 4. 17H-Hud Horton, 00:13.131[7]; 5. 38-Max Frank, 00:13.140[1]; 6. 11H-Caleb Harmon, 00:13.350[2]; 7. 3A-Mike Astrauskas, 00:13.823[3]; 8. 67-Kevin Martens, 00:14.046[8]

Qualifying Coffey & Sons 2 Laps

01-Chase Ridenour, 00:12.847[6]; 2. 7C-Phil Gressman, 00:12.988[2]; 3. 17-Jared Horstman, 00:13.079[8]; 4. 20I-Kelsey Ivy, 00:13.130[1]; 5. 66-Chase Dunham, 00:13.198[7]; 6. 23-Devon Dobie, 00:13.318[5]; 7. 16B-Justin Clark, 00:13.551[3]; 8. 27K-Zac Broughman, 00:13.619[4]

Hot Laps 1 |

11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[11]; 2. 85-Dustin Daggett[10]; 3. 51-Gary Taylor[14]; 4. 71H-Max Stambaugh[17]; 5. 70-Eli Lakin[4]; 6. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[3]; 7. 27-Brad Lamberson[13]; 8. 7C-Phil Gressman[6]; 9. 17-Jared Horstman[24]; 10. 38-Max Frank[2]; 11. 24-Kobe Allison[22]; 12. 22M-Dan McCarron[19]; 13. 23-Devon Dobie[15]; 14. 49T-Gregg Dalman[16]; 15. 16B-Justin Clark[9]; 16. 11H-Caleb Harmon[5]; 17. 88N-Frank Neill[7]; 18. 17H-Hud Horton[20]; 19. 3A-Mike Astrauskas[8]; 20. 67-Kevin Martens[23]; 21. 66-Chase Dunham[21]; 22. 14A-Alex Clute[1]; 23. (DNS) 27K-Zac Broughman; 24. (DNS) 01-Chase Ridenour

The next upcoming races are going to be on July 3rd at Waynesfield Raceway Park, July 5th at Limaland Motorsports Park, and July 6th for All Sprint night at Tri-City Motor Speedway!!

To catch past GLSS races, head over to the Great Lakes Super Sprints YouTube page. Stay updated by following us on Facebook, TikTok, Instagram, and X. For the latest news, schedules, results, and points, visit www.greatlakessprints.com and choose your favorite class.

Check out Michigan CAT at https://www.michigancat.com/ and Ohio CAT at https://www.ohiocat.com/

Thank you to our sponsors and partners who are the ones that allow us to bring a great show to your local tracks. Please help us by supporting the sponsors listed below….
PErfit Corporation
Engine Pro & ARP Racing
Michigan CAT
Ohio CAT
Operating Engineers Local 324
MacAllister Rental
Beacon & Bridge Markets
Hoosier Racing Tires
Engler Machine & Tool
Home Pro Roofing
Jim Coffey and Sons Plumbing & Heating
Howard Johnsons by Wyndham
Specialty Fuels & Logistics
Environmental Waste & Recovery Service
Precision Engine Works
Rescue Resources LLC.

 

 

Courtney takes command late to capture Kubota High Limit Diamond Classic Night One feature victory

WHEATLAND, MO. (June 28, 2024) - Tyler Courtney took the lead with five laps remaining Friday night and went on to capture Night One of the Kubota High Limit Racing Diamond Classic at Lucas Oil Speedway.

Courtney, of Indianapolis, roared from third and into the lead after a lap 24 restart and went on to earn $10,000 with his fourth Kubota High Limit Racing feature win of the season. He beat Brad Sweet at the finish with James McFadden capturing third.

The series returns for Saturday night's Diamond Classic finale with $25,000 awaiting the feature winner.

"The last time I ran here, I won in a Midget (in 2016) and it's pretty cool to come back in a winged car and have success," the ninth-starting Courtney said in victory lane. "That was fun, a lot of fun."

Courtney, driving for Clauson Marshall Racing, finished two seconds clear at the checkers as he pulled away from Brad Sweet and the rest after taking the lead on lap 25. He was the fourth and final leader of the 30-lapper.

"The track was quite a bit different than the heats, but I don't think you could ask for much more than that," Courtney said of the action-packed event. "There was racing everywhere. A hot day, but a great day."

Courtney picked up an additional $4,500 along with lucky fan Patrick Walker after the Durst Dice Roll, which was a nine - and Courtney won from ninth.

Sye Lynch won the drag race with fellow front-row starter Corey Day and grabbed the lead at the drop of the green, with Sweet settling into third. The top three were separated by only one second when the first caution flew on lap three.

Day grabbed the lead away from Lynch on the restart and used the cushion on the high side to open a 1.7-second lead in just four laps. He soon was dealing with lapped traffic and suddenly slowed to a crawl entering turn three on lap 10.

Day, who won two nights earlier at Lake Ozark Speedway, was unable to continue. Lynch re-inherited the lead with Sweet second and Courtney third. Lynch pulled away after the restart to lead by nearly two seconds by lap 15. Action ground to a half at that point as Brent Marks rolled his car in turn four, bringing out the red flag.

Sweet swept to the lead after the restart, coming on the outside of turn four to complete lap 17. Before he could get too far away from Lynch, a lap-20 caution flew as two cars spun in turn four.

Lynch was applying the heat to Sweet with Courtney right behind when a caution appeared on lap 23 for a one-car spin in turn four, leaving seven laps to settle things. Courtney took second away from Lynch on lap 24, then grabbed the top spot the next time around.

Courtney rolled from there, driving away for the victory over series points leader Sweet. McFadden, who started 13th, captured third with 14th-starting Tanner Thorson fourth and Lynch winding up fifth.

"Luckily I was third there and Sye got Brad to moving around," Courtney said. "I just stuck to my guns there and just ran the top as hard as I could and came away with the win."

Sweet said his car was not quite have the car dialed in enough to win.

"I'm happy to get locked into a little bit better spot for tomorrow," Sweet said. "That's important on this prelim nights to run top four. I felt I wasn't quite good enough to win, no matter which line I was trying to run or make work it seemed like someone was pushing me.

"Sye was getting back to my inside, so I committed to the inside. I just wasn't good enough. I had to slow the car down way too much to run the bottom, but running the top I would get spinning on the (turn) exit. Tyler was just clearly a little bit better than us tonight."

Marks of Myerstown, Pa., set the fast qualifying time with a lap of 13.039 seocnds. That came up just shy of the track record held by Garet Williamson, who ran a 12.998 in the POWRi 410 Bandit Sprint Series on Aug. 19, 2023.

Tyler Davis wins Heartland Modifieds: Tyler Davis of Haysville, Kan., took over the lead on lap 21 and held on to beat Tad Davis by half a second in the Heartland Modified Tour feature.

Tad Davis rolled to the lead at the start and opened a 1.1-second lead over Chad Wheeler by lap 10. The leaders hit heavy lapped traffic soon after with Wheeler pulling alongside Tad Davis a couple of times, but was unable to get by.

Tyler Davis joined the battle with Wheeler for second and he was able to take over with four laps to go. Gabe Hodges rallied late to grab third with Wheeler fourth and Kenton Allen coming home in fifth.

The winner said he felt the continuous green-flag run worked to his advantage. Tyler Davis started third, right behind Tad Davis and Wheeler.

"When we first took off, it was kind of humid out here tonight and it's easy to spin the tires," Tyler Davis said. "Once we got rolling, the maneuverability of our car showed. We've got some new stuff we were trying tonight and it was pretty good.

"I'm glad to get back to victory lane. We've been getting our butt kicked lately against the USMTS Tour. I'm just happy to be up here."

The Heartland Modified Tour will again be in action as support class for Saturday's Diamond Classic finale.

LUCAS OIL SPEEDWAY UNOFFICIAL RESULTS (June 28, 2024)

Kubota High Limit Racing Diamond Classic

A Feature - 1, Tyler Courtney. 2, Brad Sweet. 3, James McFadden. 4, Tanner Thorson. 5, Sye Lynch. 6, Justin Peck. 7, Hunter Schuerenberg. 8, Chris Windom. 9, Jacob Allen. 10, Zeb Wise. 11, Ryan Timms. 12, Cory Eliason. 13, Kasey Kahne. 14, Spencer Bayston. 15, Rico Abreu. 16, Xavier Doney. 17, Brenham Crouch. 18, Parker Price Miller. 19, Howard Moore. 20, Jace Park. 21, Garet Williamson. 22, Gage Montgomery. 23, Brent Marks. 24, Tyler Blank. 25, Brian Bell. 26, Corey Day.

B Feature - 1. 23B-Brian Bell[2]; 2. 79-Gage Montgomery[3]; 3. 55-Chris Windom[4]; 4. 75-Tyler Blank[10]; 5. 8-Cory Eliason[1]; 6. 12X-Roger Crockett[9]; 7. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[6]; 8. 77-Jack Wagner[15]; 9. 22M-Rees Moran[7]; 10. 50K-Kyle Bellm[14]; 11. 73-Samuel Wagner[8]; 12. 21-Brian Brown[5]; 13. 9P-Parker Price Miller[11]; 14. 42B-Andy Bishop[12]; 15. 8S-Steve Short[13]; 16. 21R-Gunner Ramey[16]

Dash - 1. 42-Sye Lynch[2]; 2. 14-Corey Day[3]; 3. 49-Brad Sweet[5]; 4. 13-Justin Peck[8]; 5. 9-Kasey Kahne[1]; 6. 1-Brenham Crouch[4]; 7. 19-Brent Marks[7]; 8. 24-Rico Abreu[6]

Heat 1 - 1. 13-Justin Peck[1]; 2. 1-Brenham Crouch[2]; 3. 45X-Jace Park[7]; 4. 19H-Hunter Schuerenberg[3]; 5. 5T-Ryan Timms[6]; 6. 79-Gage Montgomery[8]; 7. 8-Cory Eliason[4]; 8. 12X-Roger Crockett[5]; 9. 8S-Steve Short[9]

Heat 2 - 1. 9-Kasey Kahne[2]; 2. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[1]; 3. 83-James McFadden[3]; 4. 14-Corey Day[4]; 5. 3M-Howard Moore[6]; 6. 21-Brian Brown[5]; 7. 22M-Rees Moran[9]; 8. 9P-Parker Price Miller[8]; 9. 77-Jack Wagner[7]

Heat 3 - 1. 24-Rico Abreu[1]; 2. 74-Xavier Doney[2]; 3. 88-Tanner Thorson[5]; 4. 19-Brent Marks[4]; 5. 5-Spencer Bayston[6]; 6. 23B-Brian Bell[3]; 7. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[7]; 8. 75-Tyler Blank[9]; 9. 50K-Kyle Bellm[8]

Heat 4 - 1. 49-Brad Sweet[2]; 2. 26-Zeb Wise[1]; 3. 1A-Jacob Allen[3]; 4. 42-Sye Lynch[4]; 5. 23-Garet Williamson[5]; 6. 55-Chris Windom[6]; 7. 73-Samuel Wagner[8]; 8. 42B-Andy Bishop[7]; 9. 21R-Gunner Ramey[9]

Qualifying Group A - 1. 8-Cory Eliason, 00:13.050[5]; 2. 14-Corey Day, 00:13.136[14]; 3. 13-Justin Peck, 00:13.179[2]; 4. 7BC-Tyler Courtney, 00:13.190[18]; 5. 1-Brenham Crouch, 00:13.212[15]; 6. 9-Kasey Kahne, 00:13.213[3]; 7. 19H-Hunter Schuerenberg, 00:13.223[4]; 8. 83-James McFadden, 00:13.309[12]; 9. 12X-Roger Crockett, 00:13.424[8]; 10. 21-Brian Brown, 00:13.483[11]; 11. 5T-Ryan Timms, 00:13.491[16]; 12. 3M-Howard Moore, 00:13.502[1]; 13. 45X-Jace Park, 00:13.523[7]; 14. 77-Jack Wagner, 00:13.623[13]; 15. 79-Gage Montgomery, 00:13.635[9]; 16. 9P-Parker Price Miller, 00:13.942[10]; 17. 8S-Steve Short, 00:13.959[6]; 18. 22M-Rees Moran, 00:14.050[17]

Qualifying Group B - 1. 19-Brent Marks, 00:13.039[6]; 2. 42-Sye Lynch, 00:13.049[10]; 3. 24-Rico Abreu, 00:13.146[14]; 4. 26-Zeb Wise, 00:13.171[16]; 5. 74-Xavier Doney, 00:13.179[12]; 6. 49-Brad Sweet, 00:13.183[2]; 7. 23B-Brian Bell, 00:13.223[1]; 8. 1A-Jacob Allen, 00:13.258[9]; 9. 88-Tanner Thorson, 00:13.292[17]; 10. 23-Garet Williamson, 00:13.360[13]; 11. 5-Spencer Bayston, 00:13.395[4]; 12. 55-Chris Windom, 00:13.450[8]; 13. 3-Ayrton Gennetten, 00:13.555[5]; 14. 42B-Andy Bishop, 00:13.632[7]; 15. 50K-Kyle Bellm, 00:13.678[3]; 16. 73-Samuel Wagner, 00:13.689[11]; 17. 75-Tyler Blank, 00:13.717[18]; 18. 21R-Gunner Ramey[15]

Heartland Modified Invitational

Wehr's Machine A Feature - . 65-Tyler Davis[3]; 2. 75D-Tad Davis[2]; 3. 7G-Gabe Hodges[5]; 4. 88-Chad Wheeler[4]; 5. 98-Kenton Allen[7]; 6. 91-Joe Duvall[22]; 7. 75-Terry Phillips[11]; 8. 38C-Jason Pursley[15]; 9. 22B-Rick Beebe[14]; 10. 4W-Tyler Wolff[9]; 11. 18JR-Chase Sigg[16]; 12. 17-Henry Chambers[13]; 13. 21-Ryan Middaugh[24]; 14. 10B-Brandon Givens[26]; 15. 75M-Gunner Martin[19]; 16. 18-Chad Lyle[21]; 17. 247-Jarret Dotson[17]; 18. (DNF) 19R-Chris Kratzer[6]; 19. (DNF) 68-Dean Wille[20]; 20. (DNF) 712-Trevor Hughes[10]; 21. (DNF) 21X-Greg Scheffler[12]; 22. (DNF) 3B-Nic Bidinger[8]; 23. (DNF) 02-Tanner Mullens[18]; 24. (DNF) 37D-Dakota Dale[1]; 25. (DNF) 10P-Dayton Pursley[25]; 26. (DNS) 41-Chevy Coleman

ARMI Contractors Heat 1 - 1. 37D-Dakota Dale[2]; 2. 65-Tyler Davis[7]; 3. 19R-Chris Kratzer[8]; 4. 75-Terry Phillips[6]; 5. 18JR-Chase Sigg[3]; 6. 247-Jarret Dotson[1]; 7. (DNF) 91-Joe Duvall[4]; 8. (DNF) 21-Ryan Middaugh[5]; 9. (DNS) 10B-Brandon Givens

Kenny's Tile Heat 2 - 1. 75D-Tad Davis[3]; 2. 98-Kenton Allen[1]; 3. 3B-Nic Bidinger[5]; 4. 4W-Tyler Wolff[8]; 5. 17-Henry Chambers[6]; 6. 38C-Jason Pursley[9]; 7. 68-Dean Wille[7]; 8. (DNF) 41-Chevy Coleman[2]; 9. (DNF) 10P-Dayton Pursley[4]

S&S Fishing & Rental Heat 3 - 1. 88-Chad Wheeler[1]; 2. 7G-Gabe Hodges[8]; 3. 712-Trevor Hughes[2]; 4. 21X-Greg Scheffler[4]; 5. 22B-Rick Beebe[6]; 6. 02-Tanner Mullens[5]; 7. 75M-Gunner Martin[3]; 8. 18-Chad Lyle[7]

Saturday schedule and autograph session: Action resumes on Saturday with pit gates opening at 4 p.m., grandstands at 4:30 with hot laps at 6:15 and racing at 7:05.

A drivers' autograph session has been added to the Saturday schedule from 5-5:30 p.m. on the midway.

Saturday admission:

Adults (13 and up) - $40

Seniors (62-and-up)/Military - $37

Youth (ages 6-12) - $10

Kids (5-and-under) - FREE

Family pass - $90

Pit pass - $45

 

 

Lucius earns 2nd 410 Attica win; Moore dominates late model feature; Miller nabs 5th 305 win

Friday, June 28, 2024

By Brian Liskai

ATTICA, Ohio – Bryce Lucius just had to settle down and let the car come to him Friday, June 28 at Attica Raceway Park. The 17-year-old Findlay, Ohio driver battled with a couple of other racers early and withstood challenges late to score his second Attica win of the season on Smith Family Foods/Columbus Equipment/Etna Supply Night.

Jordan Ryan led the opening lap of the Callie’s Performance Products 410 Sprint A-main with pressure from Lucius and Zeth Sabo. Lucius took over the point on lap two but had Sabo racing to his inside lap after lap before Cale Thomas entered the picture and took second on lap seven. Thomas poked his nose under Lucius several times but could not get clear to take the lead. Lucius, the 2023 national 410 rookie of the year, worked lapped traffic like a seasoned veteran and drove to the win over Thomas, Sabo, Cap Henry and Greg Wilson.

“My dad, Swank (Tyler), Drew and my mom had me good. Luckily we were able to start on the pole. I’m glad Zeth (Sabo) didn’t take me out…I was out of control those first couple of laps. I had to get the wing back and everything. Me and Cale (Thomas) race each other pretty good…I knew I’d be good racing with him for the win,” said Lucius beside his X1 Race Cars, CML Transport, Kistler Engines, Big Red Truck Wash, STP Racing, Bobby Clark Racing, Shelluke’s Bar & Grill, Fremont Floor Covering, S&B Concrete & Excavating, Foster Auto Body, NAPA of Bryan, 87 Speed backed #32.

Mansfield, Ohio’s Kyle Moore seemed comfortable to cruise around the top five early in the 25-lap Whistle Stop Presents the Dirt Nerds Podcast Powered by Propane UMP Late Model feature. Mike Bores led the opening lap with JR Gentry taking over a lap later and pulled out to a substantial lead while Bores, Moore and Devin Shiels battled for second. When Gentry hit lapped traffic just past halfway, Moore shot to the high side of the track and closed, driving by Gentry on lap 16. Moore cruised to his second career Attica win over Gentry, Shiels, Bores and Colin Shipley.

“I wasn’t sure what the hell I was doing early in that race. I was like well I’m going to the top because this ain’t working. That track was hands down the best track I’ve ever been on. I have to thank my brother….man he’s been grinding from day one with me and Tye Tworg for giving me this hot rod. Hands down the best race car I’ve ever drove. My buddy Ben from Ankeny, Iowa. He helps us out a lot…crazy how we met but he helps a lot,” said Moore beside his Kepling Flooring, Tye Tworg Longhorn, Joyride Transportation, Smitley Towing, Short Stop, Malcuit Race Engines, Wilson Realty, Robin Jakubick, RL Bond Septic, Hepthorn Golf Cart Sales, House of Spud, K&B Septic Service, Coffman Composites, Team Midwest Paint, Platinum Design backed #1*.

Fremont, Ohio’s Jamie Miller is having a fantastic season. The four time and defending Attica 305 track champion led all 25 laps Friday to score fifth win of the year – the 44th of his career – at Attica Raceway Park. Coupled with his three wins at Fremont Speedway, Miller has eight total feature wins in 2024.

Following Miller to the checkers were Dustin Stroup, Brenden Torok, Jimmy McGrath and Steve Rando.

“Riehl Custom Fabrication Chassis are bad ass. If you aren’t in one you’re following one. This thing was good and I think I’m finally figuring out how to run the bottom,” said Miller beside his Boca Construction, JLH General Contractors, Kenny Kolb Farms, Tuck Pointing America, Queen of Clean, Smitty’s Pizza, Roberts & Sons Contracting, Pizza Wheel, Crown Battery, Reedtown Tavern, Fostoria Mod Shop, Sandy’s Dad, Gressman Powersports, Phil Rister, Slade Shock Technology backed #26.

Attica Raceway Park will be back in action Friday, July 5 with the All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads/Kistler Racing Products 410 Attica Fremont Championship Series Presented by the Baumann Auto Group, the UMP Late Models and the NAPA of Bryan 305 AFCS Presented by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales in Action. It’s Fan Appreciation Night and general admission is just $15.

For more information go to www.atticaracewaypark.comor follow the track on Twitter

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attica_raceway_park. Attica Raceway Park events are streamed on DirtVision.

About Smith Family Foods - https://smithfamilyfoods.net

Smith Family Foods is located just outside of Tiffin, Ohio. Since 1984 “Family” is not just a word in our name but an integral part of the day-to-day philosophy that drives our business. Quality products, family values and exceptional service along with competitive pricing are the building blocks that help us exceed customer expectations every day. Smith Family Foods taps into long-standing family recipes and pair them with fresh inspiration for today’s market to deliver a comprehensive line of items produced in-house. Ranging from chopped steaks, custom cut steaks and chops, breaded chicken, brats and Granny Smith’s Delicious fresh deli salads, just to mention a few. Smith Family Foods has the more than 2,000 wholesale items we offer to solve all your foodservice needs. Check Smith’s products page for a complete list.

About Columbus Equipment Company – www.columbusequipment.com

On April 1st of 1952, Willis "Bill" Early purchased the firm of Carroll & Edwards (the company for which he had been working as a salesman of heavy construction equipment), officially renaming and incorporating his new venture as Columbus Equipment Company. Throughout Columbus Equipment’s history, our mission has been to ensure that each customer is given "a fair deal every time." As Ohio’s dependable dealer, Columbus Equipment Company is largely owned by Bill Early's family, and also by former and current employees. Columbus Equipment has expanded into 10 locations, and continues to be committed to being the best—the best equipment, the best product support, the best customer service and the best overall experience when it comes to purchasing heavy equipment.

About Etna Supply Company – https://www.etnasupply.com/

Etna is a plumbing products distributor with emphasis on commercial and residential plumbing products. Their Municipal Division provides municipalities with pipe, water meters, fire hydrants, and the related support services. The Underground Division provides contractors with piping supplies for delivery of water and drainage to subdivisions, and major construction projects. The Fire Protection Division is responsible for providing commercial building fire protection systems. This department provides custom pipe flaring and threading, and welding services. The Heating Division provides the material and expertise for all water heating, and snow melt systems. Etna Supply also has logistics capabilities in their Inter Commerce Express Division. Finally, Etna has six infusion kitchen and bath showrooms with on site associates to help customers with the selection and specification of all kitchen and bathroom fixtures. The nearest Etna location is in Toledo, Ohio.

Attica Raceway Park

Friday, June 28, 2024

410 Sprints – Callie’s Performance Products

Qualifying

1.33W-Cap Henry, 12.763; 2.101-Kalib Henry, 13.010; 3.29-Zeth Sabo, 13.026; 4.49X-Tim Shaffer, 13.058; 5.15C-Chris Andrews, 13.087; 6.32-Bryce Lucius, 13.102; 7.28M-Conner Morrell, 13.122; 8.19-TJ Michael, 13.128; 9.7N-Darin Naida, 13.187; 10.25R-Jordan Ryan, 13.189; 11.5AU-Brock Hallett, 13.198; 12.16-DJ Foos, 13.209; 13.9-Trey Jacobs, 13.212; 14.15K-Creed Kemenah, 13.217; 15.5T-Travis Philo, 13.294; 16.W20-Greg Wilson, 13.303; 17.35-Stuart Brubaker, 13.303; 18.X-Mike Keegan, 13.308; 19.14R-Sean Rayhall, 13.311; 20.38-Leyton Wagner, 13.317; 21.23-Cale Thomas, 13.328; 22.34-Sterling Cling, 13.350; 23.22M-Dan McCarron, 13.359; 24.21K-Larry Kingseed Jr, 13.450; 25.5-Kody Brewer, 13.478; 26.9X-Ricky Peterson, 13.500; 27.41-Thomas Schinderle, 13.512; 28.68G-Tyler Gunn, 13.707; 29.26W-Cody White, 13.739; 30.9L-Lance Heinberger, 13.878;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 7N-Darin Naida[2] ; 2. 5AU-Brock Hallett[1] ; 3. 15C-Chris Andrews[3] ; 4. 35-Stuart Brubaker[6] ; 5. 5T-Travis Philo[5] ; 6. 101-Kalib Henry[4] ; 7. 38-Leyton Wagner[7] ; 8. 41-Thomas Schinderle[8]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 25R-Jordan Ryan[2] ; 2. 23-Cale Thomas[1] ; 3. 19-TJ Michael[3] ; 4. 29-Zeth Sabo[4] ; 5. 21K-Larry Kingseed Jr[6] ; 6. 22M-Dan McCarron[5] ; 7. 5-Kody Brewer[7] ; 8. 26W-Cody White[8]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 32-Bryce Lucius[2] ; 2. 28M-Conner Morrell[1] ; 3. 33W-Cap Henry[4] ; 4. 9-Trey Jacobs[6] ; 5. 49X-Tim Shaffer[3] ; 6. 16-DJ Foos[5] ; 7. 15K-Creed Kemenah[7]

Heat 4, Group D - (8 Laps)

1. 34-Sterling Cling[1] ; 2. W20-Greg Wilson[4] ; 3. 14R-Sean Rayhall[2] ; 4. X-Mike Keegan[3] ; 5. 9X-Ricky Peterson[5] ; 6. 68G-Tyler Gunn[6] ; 7. 9L-Lance Heinberger[7]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)

1. 101-Kalib Henry[4] ; 2. 49X-Tim Shaffer[2] ; 3. 9X-Ricky Peterson[3] ; 4. 16-DJ Foos[6] ; 5. 22M-Dan McCarron[5] ; 6. 38-Leyton Wagner[8] ; 7. 68G-Tyler Gunn[7] ; 8. 5-Kody Brewer[9] ; 9. 26W-Cody White[13] ; 10. 41-Thomas Schinderle[12] ; 11. 9L-Lance Heinberger[11] ; 12. 15K-Creed Kemenah[10] ; 13. 21K-Larry Kingseed Jr[1]

A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)

1. 32-Bryce Lucius[1] ; 2. 23-Cale Thomas[5] ; 3. 29-Zeth Sabo[3] ; 4. 33W-Cap Henry[6] ; 5. W20-Greg Wilson[8] ; 6. 101-Kalib Henry[17] ; 7. 9-Trey Jacobs[15] ; 8. 34-Sterling Cling[4] ; 9. 15C-Chris Andrews[11] ; 10. 5AU-Brock Hallett[10] ; 11. 49X-Tim Shaffer[18] ; 12. 19-TJ Michael[12] ; 13. 28M-Conner Morrell[7] ; 14. 22M-Dan McCarron[21] ; 15. 16-DJ Foos[20] ; 16. 7N-Darin Naida[9] ; 17. 38-Leyton Wagner[22] ; 18. 9X-Ricky Peterson[19] ; 19. X-Mike Keegan[16] ; 20. 14R-Sean Rayhall[13] ; 21. 35-Stuart Brubaker[14] ; 22. 25R-Jordan Ryan[2]

305 Sprints - Fremont Fence Co.

Qualifying

1.1W-Paul Weaver, 13.847; 2.X15-Kasey Ziebold, 13.924; 3.12X-Dustin Stroup, 13.978; 4.2-Brenden Torok, 13.991; 5.26-Jamie Miller, 14.007; 6.36-Seth Schneider, 14.103; 7.8K-Zach Kramer, 14.105; 8.85-Dustin Feller, 14.122; 9.5JR-Jimmy McGrath Jr., 14.156; 10.51M-Haldon Miller, 14.164; 11.3X-Blayne Keckler, 14.171; 12.319-Steven Watts, 14.181; 13.6W-Chad Wilson, 14.221; 14.5DD-Dustin Dinan, 14.225; 15.10TS-Tyler Schiets, 14.235; 16.52-Chris Smith, 14.257; 17.5M-Mike Moore, 14.273; 18.63-Randy Ruble, 14.276; 19.19R-Steve Rando, 14.317; 20.0-Bradley Bateson, 14.365; 21.18-Ben Watson, 14.373; 22.7M-Brandon Moore, 14.382; 23.2S-Jackson Sebetto, 14.410; 24.12-Dylan Watson, 14.421; 25.3M-Logan Mongeau, 14.631; 26.29-Rich Farmer, 14.633; 27.11-Brayden Harrison, 14.639; 28.98-Dave Hoppes, 14.681; 29.44-Jason Young, 14.864; 30.2T-Tony Alvarez, 14.933;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath Jr.[3] ; 2. 1W-Paul Weaver[4] ; 3. 19R-Steve Rando[6] ; 4. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[1] ; 5. 6W-Chad Wilson[2] ; 6. 52-Chris Smith[5] ; 7. 2T-Tony Alvarez[8] ; 8. 98-Dave Hoppes[7]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 5M-Mike Moore[1] ; 2. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[2] ; 3. 51M-Haldon Miller[3] ; 4. 63-Randy Ruble[5] ; 5. 85-Dustin Feller[4] ; 6. 18-Ben Watson[6] ; 7. 44-Jason Young[8] ; 8. 29-Rich Farmer[7]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 8K-Zach Kramer[1] ; 2. 12X-Dustin Stroup[3] ; 3. 2-Brenden Torok[2] ; 4. 7M-Brandon Moore[6] ; 5. 3X-Blayne Keckler[5] ; 6. 12-Dylan Watson[7] ; 7. X15-Kasey Ziebold[4]

Heat 4, Group D - (8 Laps)

1. 26-Jamie Miller[4] ; 2. 36-Seth Schneider[3] ; 3. 319-Steven Watts[2] ; 4. 0-Bradley Bateson[1] ; 5. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[5] ; 6. 3M-Logan Mongeau[6] ; 7. 11-Brayden Harrison[7]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)

1. 6W-Chad Wilson[1] ; 2. 3X-Blayne Keckler[3] ; 3. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[4] ; 4. X15-Kasey Ziebold[11] ; 5. 12-Dylan Watson[7] ; 6. 3M-Logan Mongeau[8] ; 7. 85-Dustin Feller[2] ; 8. 18-Ben Watson[6] ; 9. 44-Jason Young[10] ; 10. 52-Chris Smith[5] ; 11. 11-Brayden Harrison[12] ; 12. 98-Dave Hoppes[13] ; 13. 2T-Tony Alvarez[9] ; 14. 29-Rich Farmer[14]

A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)

1. 26-Jamie Miller[2] ; 2. 12X-Dustin Stroup[5] ; 3. 2-Brenden Torok[6] ; 4. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath Jr.[7] ; 5. 19R-Steve Rando[11] ; 6. 8K-Zach Kramer[3] ; 7. 36-Seth Schneider[4] ; 8. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[13] ; 9. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[8] ; 10. 7M-Brandon Moore[15] ; 11. X15-Kasey Ziebold[20] ; 12. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[19] ; 13. 51M-Haldon Miller[9] ; 14. 12-Dylan Watson[21] ; 15. 3M-Logan Mongeau[22] ; 16. 6W-Chad Wilson[17] ; 17. 63-Randy Ruble[14] ; 18. 0-Bradley Bateson[16] ; 19. 5M-Mike Moore[10] ; 20. 319-Steven Watts[12] ; 21. 3X-Blayne Keckler[18] ; 22. 1W-Paul Weaver[1]

Late Models - Dirt Nerds Podcast

Qualifying

1.91-Rusty Schlenk, 14.723; 2.14JR-JR Gentry, 14.943; 3.94-Mike Bores, 14.972; 4.20B-Todd Brennan, 14.988; 5.10-Nathon Loney, 14.999; 6.1*-Kyle Moore, 15.003; 7.56-BJ Gregory, 15.040; 8.92-Justin Chance, 15.057; 9.5M-Ryan Markham, 15.097; 10.59-Larry Bellman, 15.114; 11.RH03-Gregg Haskell, 15.121; 12.92B-Austin Bright, 15.171; 13.46-Colin Shipley, 15.273; 14.74-Jeff Warnick, 15.287; 15.51-Devin Shiels, 15.292; 16.2C-Clint Coffman, 15.400; 17.27-Ken Hahn, 15.552; 18.B4U-Brad Eitniear, 15.553; 19.28-Kent Brewer, 15.593; 20.51B-Brayden Shiels, 15.602; 21.20H-Troy Hahn, 15.704; 22.11-Austin Gibson, 15.758; 23.14C-Chase Coffman, 15.930; 24.16-Steve Sabo, 16.065; 25.57-Tyler Johnson, 18.046; 26.16H-Cody Truman, 18.161;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 20B-Todd Brennan[2] ; 2. 94-Mike Bores[3] ; 3. 91-Rusty Schlenk[4] ; 4. 1*-Kyle Moore[1] ; 5. 74-Jeff Warnick[5] ; 6. 2C-Clint Coffman[6] ; 7. 16-Steve Sabo[9] ; 8. 14C-Chase Coffman[8] ; 9. 28-Kent Brewer[7]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 46-Colin Shipley[1] ; 2. 14JR-JR Gentry[4] ; 3. 5M-Ryan Markham[2] ; 4. 56-BJ Gregory[3] ; 5. 27-Ken Hahn[5] ; 6. 20H-Troy Hahn[6] ; 7. 11-Austin Gibson[7] ; 8. 57-Tyler Johnson[8] ; 9. 16H-Cody Truman[9]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 59-Larry Bellman[2] ; 2. 51-Devin Shiels[6] ; 3. 92-Justin Chance[3] ; 4. RH03-Gregg Haskell[1] ; 5. 92B-Austin Bright[5] ; 6. 51B-Brayden Shiels[8] ; 7. 10-Nathon Loney[4] ; 8. B4U-Brad Eitniear[7]

B-Main 1 - (12 Laps)

1. 10-Nathon Loney[6] ; 2. 2C-Clint Coffman[1] ; 3. 20H-Troy Hahn[2] ; 4. 16-Steve Sabo[4] ; 5. B4U-Brad Eitniear[9] ; 6. 14C-Chase Coffman[7] ; 7. 11-Austin Gibson[5] ; 8. 51B-Brayden Shiels[3] ; 9. 57-Tyler Johnson[8] ; 10. 28-Kent Brewer[10] ; 11. 16H-Cody Truman[11]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 1*-Kyle Moore[3] ; 2. 14JR-JR Gentry[2] ; 3. 51-Devin Shiels[7] ; 4. 94-Mike Bores[1] ; 5. 46-Colin Shipley[6] ; 6. RH03-Gregg Haskell[12] ; 7. 20B-Todd Brennan[8] ; 8. 10-Nathon Loney[16] ; 9. 59-Larry Bellman[4] ; 10. 92-Justin Chance[10] ; 11. 92B-Austin Bright[15] ; 12. 2C-Clint Coffman[17] ; 13. 56-BJ Gregory[11] ; 14. 16-Steve Sabo[19] ; 15. 20H-Troy Hahn[18] ; 16. 5M-Ryan Markham[9] ; 17. 74-Jeff Warnick[13] ; 18. B4U-Brad Eitniear[20] ; 19. 91-Rusty Schlenk[5] ; 20. 27-Ken Hahn[14]

 

 

Spahr wins from 11th at Port Royal
06-24-2024

It was a performance reminiscent of a year ago for River Valley Builders PA Sprint Series defending points champion Logan Spahr of Lewisberry. Starting 11th in a strong field of IMCA/RaceSaver sprint cars, Spahr blasted through the field and took the lead from race-long frontrunner Doug Dodson of Middletown with two laps to go, crossing under the checkered flags in front by 2.179 seconds for his second win of 2024.

That’s not in the same league as the Wally Eshenaur-owned KR MacDonald Inc./High Tech Metals/R.L. Snyder Electric #5’s performance last year, when Spahr won seven of the year’s first 10 races (one in his family-owned #14), but it was the team’s second of the year and at the least a hint of better things to come, and it was especially welcome with PASS’s return to Port Royal this weekend for the season’s biggest race, the Keystone RaceSaver Challenge.

Despite the disappointment of not winning, it also was a boost for the veteran Dodson, who had scored top-ten finishes in six of seven starts this year but had no finish higher than fourth.

Performance and luck might go hand-in-hand there. Dodson is notoriously unlucky with redraws for feature starting position, and his draw for the outside front row Saturday was a pleasant shock. He took advantage of it, outgunning Kruz Kepner of Kreamer for the initial lead. Zach Rhodes of McVeytown then engaged Kepner in a prolonged battle for second and secured the position on lap eight. Meanwhile, Spahr was working his way through the field.

The feature’s only caution flew on lap 10, just as the leaders were entering lapped traffic, when John Walp of Wapwallopen slowed on the track and went to the pits. Following the restart, Spahr was able to get past both Kepner and Rhodes and set his sights on the leader.

When Spahr caught up to Dodson, the two waged a fierce, four-lap battle for the lead before the decisive pass.

Behind Spahr and Dodson at the checkered was Rhodes in third, Kepner in fourth, and Drew Young of Beaver Springs took fifth.

Ken Duke Jr., Jeff Paulson, Owen Dimm, Kenny Heffner, and rookie Kolby Weaver completed the top ten.

The passing behind the leaders was incredible, given that the track had already taken more than 100 green-flag laps by 410 sprints and late models. Duke earned the Penns Valley Meat Markets Hard Charger Award for coming from 17th starting position to 6th at the finish. Kasey Weaver also advanced 11 spots, from 24th to 13th, and Kenny Heffner matched Spahr’s 10-position gain, charging from 19th to 9th. Virginian Jerald Harris and Laurel Highlands Sprint Series regular Josh Beamer each moved up eight spots, and Austin Reed and Owen Dimm each advanced six.

Heat races for the 42 IMCA/RaceSaver sprinters on hand went to Rhodes, Kolby Weaver, Dodson, and Erin Statler, with “Nitro” Nick Sweigart besting the 19-car B-Main.

Tim Iulg, one of several New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania drivers who hauled to Port Royal after New Egypt Speedway cancelled its Mid Atlantic Sprint Series racing due to heat concerns, took a wild ride after tangling with another car in turn one of the second heat’s first lap. He was done for the night.

Buddy Schweibinz, another of the New Jersey invaders and the two-time defending Mid-American Champion, was running second in the B-Main when he slowed and went pitside with two laps to go.

This week’s River Valley Builders PA Sprint Series action is special, with the season’s only visit to Big Diamond Speedway on Friday, and then the Keystone RaceSaver Challenge at Port Royal Saturday. This race features the season’s largest overall purse – still faithful to the commitment to having 24th place pay half of what first place pays – and lap and contingency sponsors are still being sought. Anyone interested in making this special event even more special should go to keystoneracesaverchallenge.com for information and a sign-up form.

PASS is dedicated to the heritage of RaceSaver with stable and enforceable rules, consistent rules application and fair purse distribution paying 24th place one half of first place. Learn about our policy and how to support the series at pasprintseries.com and the heritage of RaceSaver at frenchgrimes.com. We're on social media at Facebook and X.

Results from Port Royal Speedway, Saturday, June 22

HEAT 1 – 1. 31Z-Zach Rhodes; 2. 01-Timmy Bittner; 3. 19-Kruz Kepner; 4. 25-Dustin Young; 5. 67-Ken Duke Jr.; 6. 24-Buddy Schweibinz; 7. 85-Josh Beamer; 8. 36-Kenny Laureno; 9. 21-Andrew Boyer; 10. 21M-Hunter McFadden; 11. 99-A.J. Barton (DNF).

HEAT 2 – 1. 5W-Kolby Weaver; 2. 7H-Kyle Hart; 3. 16-Jeff Paulson; 4. 17-Owen Dimm; 5. 34-Austin Reed; 6. 47-Ben Miklos; 7. 4W-Kasey Weaver; 8. 14-Colton Moyer; 9. 32B-Ethan Beasom; 10. 6-Caleb Harris; 11. 19-Tim Iulg (DNF).

HEAT 3 – 1. 20-Doug Dodson; 2. 5-Logan Spahr; 3. 7-Drew Young; 4. 5W-John Walp; 5. 97-Kenny Heffner; 6. 36-Mike Melair; 7. 46-Mike Alleman; 6. 53W-Jimmy White; 9. 48-Derek Swartz; 10. 19AR-Alan Rhodes (DNF).

HEAT 4 – 1. 2-Erin Statler; 2. 12-Roger Irvine; 3. 88-Fred Arnold; 4. 98-Croix Beasom; 5. 32-Austin Greenland; 6. 89-Nick Sweigart; 7. J9-Jerald Harris; 8. 1M-Paul Moyer; 9. 28R-Jason Roush; 10. 19K-Chris Kreider.

B-MAIN – 1. 89-Nick Sweigart; 2. 36-Mike Melair; 3. 85-Josh Beamer; 4. 4W-Kasey Weaver; 5. J9-Jerald Harris; 6. 47-Ben Miklos; 7. 46-Mike Alleman; 8. 14-Colton Moyer; 9. 1M-Paul Moyer; 10. 21-Andrew Boyer; 11. 36-Kenny Laureno; 12. 53W-Jimmy White; 13. 21M-Hunter McFadden; 14. 6-Caleb Harris; 15. 99-A.J. Barton; 16. 28R-Jason Roush; 17. 19AR-Alan Rhodes; 18. 35-Buddy Schweibinz (DNF); 19. 19K-Chris Kreider (DNF). DNS – 32A-Ethan Beasom; 48-Derek Swartz; 19-Tim Iulg.

FEATURE – 1. 5-Logan Spahr; 2. 20-Doug Dodson; 3. 31Z-Zach Rhodes; 4. 19-Kruz Kepner; 5. 7-Drew Young; 6. 67-Ken Duke Jr. 7, 16-Jeff Paulson; 8. 17-Owen Dimm; 9. 97-Kenny Heffner; 10. 5W-Kolby Weaver; 11. 34-Austin Reed; 12. 12-Roger Irvina; 13. 5W-Kasey Weaver; 14. 25-Dustin Young; 15. 85-Josh Beamer; 16. 88-Fred Arnold; 17. J9-Jerald Harris. 18. 01-Timmy Bittner; 19. 2-Erin Statler; 20. 98-Croix Beasom; 21. 7H-Kyle Hart; 22. 32-Austin Greenland; 23. 47-Ben Miklos; 24. 36-Mike Melair (DNF); 25. 5W-John Walp. DNS – 89-Nick Sweigart. DNQ – 46-Mike Alleman; 13-Colton Moyer; 1M-Paul Moyer; 21-Andrew Boyer; 36-Kenny Laureno; 53W-Jimmy White; 21M-Hunter McFadden; 6-Caleb Harris; 99-A.J. Barton; 28R-Jason Roush; 19AR-Alan Rhodes; 35-Buddy Schweibinz; 19K-Chris Kreider; 32A-Ethan Beasom; 38-Derek Swartz; 19-Tim Iulg.

 

 

LOGAN MITCHELL SCORES FOURTH WMR WIN OF 2024 WITH VENTURA RACEWAY TRIUMPH

VENTURA, CALIFORNIA (June 23, 2024) – Logan Mitchell of Santa Cruz steered his No. 96x Western Midget Racing entry to his fourth win of the season against one of the strongest fields of the year on a foggy Saturday night at Ventura Raceway. Mitchell’s win boosts his championship lead to an eight point advantage over 2023 champion Bryant Bell of Oakley with the series’ biggest weekend looming large for the Howard Kaeding Classic in July.

Lodi’s Nate Wait and Sacramento’s Isaiah Vasquez split the eight-lap heat races. Mitchell and season-opening Ventura winner Anthony Bruno of San Jose shared the front row for the 20-lap feature. The field of 14 Midgets served as a the main event of the night at the dirt track along the Pacific Ocean.

After a quick caution at the start of the race, trouble struck for Bruno from second on the following restart. Bruno stumbled on the restart with his teammate Bell and Wait spinning in the ensuing melee in turn four. Bell was relegated to restarting from the rear of the field because of the incident.

Mitchell paced the field the rest of the way with Micro Sprint standout Teddy Bivert of Idaho making a strong debut in second. Bell was the hardest charger of the evening, putting on a valiant effort to drive back into third. Vasquez and Las Vegas’ Kyle Hawse rounded out the top-five finishers.

Western Midget Racing heads to Ocean Speedway in Watsonville on July 12 and 13 for one of its signature events with the two-day Howard Kaeding Classic. They will be the support division for the NARC 410 Sprint Car Series.

For more information visit www.WesternMidgetRacing.com

RESULTS: Ventura Raceway June 22, 2024

A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 96X-Logan Mitchell[1]; 2. 11-Teddy Bivert[5]; 3. 09-Bryant Bell[4]; 4. 4-Isaiah Vasquez[6]; 5. 20-Kyle Hawse[8]; 6. 35W-Nate Wait[7]; 7. 15-Adam Weisberg[13]; 8. 18-Todd Hawse[3]; 9. 31-Shane Linenberger[9]; 10. 1K-Terry Nichols[12]; 11. 68-Marvin Mitchell[10]; 12. 57-Ray Richards[11]; 13. 1T-Jimmy Voitel[14]; 14. 9B-Anthony Bruno[2]

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 35W-Nate Wait[3]; 2. 11-Teddy Bivert[6]; 3. 18-Todd Hawse[5]; 4. 96X-Logan Mitchell[4]; 5. 31-Shane Linenberger[1]; 6. 57-Ray Richards[7]; 7. 15-Adam Weisberg[2]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 4-Isaiah Vasquez[1]; 2. 09-Bryant Bell[6]; 3. 9B-Anthony Bruno[2]; 4. 20-Kyle Hawse[3]; 5. 68-Marvin Mitchell[7]; 6. 1K-Terry Nichols[4]; 7. 1T-Jimmy Voitel[5]

2024 WMR Schedule – Subject to Change
March 16 Ventura Raceway – WINNER: Anthony Bruno
March 29 Ocean Speedway – RAIN OUT
March 30 Marysville Raceway – RAIN OUT

April 20 Bakersfield Speedway – WINNER: Logan Mitchell

May 4 Ventura Raceway – WINNER: Bryant Bell
May 17 Ocean Speedway – WINNER: Logan Mitchell
May 18 Petaluma Speedway w/ BCRA Tom Manning Memorial – WINNER: Logan Mitchell

June 7 Ocean Speedway – WINNER: Bryant Bell
June 8 Petaluma Speedway – WINNER: Bryant Bell
June 22 Ventura Raceway – WINNER: Logan Mitchell

July 12 Ocean Speedway Howard Kaeding Classic
July 13 Ocean Speedway Howard Kaeding Classic
July 26 Ocean Speedway
July 27 Antioch Speedway

August 9 Ocean Speedway Johnny Key Classic
August 10 Ocean Speedway Johnny Key Classic

September 21 Bakersfield Speedway

October 25 Kevin Harvick’s Kern Raceway October Classic
October 26 Ventura Raceway

 

CALEB DEBEM EARNS SECOND CONSECUTIVE OCEAN SPRINTS FEATURE IN WATSONVILLE

WATSONVILLE, CALIFORNIA (June 21, 2024) – Ocean Sprints presented by Taco Bravo points leader Caleb Debem of Salinas scored his second consecutive series win during Friday night’s action at Ocean Speedway in Watsonville. Debem won the 25-lap feature for the Winged 360 Sprint Cars and was joined by Rob Gallaher, Terre Rothweiler, and Thomas Cumming as race winners at the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds dirt track.

Jake Haulot of Cotati led the Ocean Sprints time trials before Gilroy’s Kurt Nelson and Brentwood’s Adrianna DeMartini snared the heat races.

Haulot and Debem shared the front row for the feature. Debem worked his way to the inside of Haulot in turn three on the opening lap to take the lead. Vince Giannotta of Hollister spun in turn two for the first caution on lap four.

Nelson seized second from Haulot on the restart. Orval Burke of Salinas suffered a major flip in turn two while running sixth, drawing a red flag on lap nine. Burke was uninjured.

Debem charged to a comfortable advantage of 1.4 seconds over Nelson, nullified when Salinas’ Jason Chisum went around on lap 18 in turn two. Back-to-back cautions on lap 22 saw Haulot and Nelson trade blows for second but Nelson used the second attempt to successfully defend the position.

Caleb Debem cruised over the final three laps to top Nelson, Haulot, Bradley Dillard of Oakdale, and DeMartini at the checkered flag.

A solid field of Hobby Stocks endured a full moon marathon of a 20-lap feature. Outside pole sitter Rob Gallaher of San Jose led all 20-laps and held court through half a dozen restarts.

The race’s largest incident came on lap two when drivers attempted to go three-wide for the fourth position. The ensuing crash ended the race for Watsonville’s Sam Kennedy.

The last of the six cautions fell on lap 15. Gallaher motored ahead for the win. San Jose’s Matt Kile, who had pitted after an opening lap crash, came back strong to finish second. Adriane Frost of Watsonville finished third followed by Bobby Gallaher and 2023 champion Joe Gallaher.

Santa Cruz’ Terre Rothweiler dominated the 20-lap South Bay Dwarf Car feature, accumulating a half track advantage at the checkered flag. San Jose’s Mark Biscardi showed his nose inside of Rothweiler heading into turn one on lap two to no avail. Biscardi’s move ended up being Rothweiler’s closest challenge of the race.

Concord’s Travis Day finished second followed by Biscardi, Dan Zuger of San Jose, and Justin Bingman of Castroville.

Four Bangers enjoyed the opportunity to be the nightcap featured event with their 16 vehicle field, made up of 14 cars and two trucks. The 20-lap feature opened with a crash on the backstretch involving Shelbie Freeman of Prunedale and Riley Killian of Prunedale. Freeman was unable to continue.

Polesitter Thomas Cumming of San Jose led the way before the next caution when Johnny “Cash” Hubbird and Killian tangled on the front stretch. Amaya Flower of Watsonville collided with Tony Gullo of Watsonville while trying to avoid the crash, ending her race.

Kenny Stragalinos of Boulder Creek put on a hard charge, winning a long battle with Gullo for second and then turning his attention to Cumming. Cumming held on by a few car lengths for the win, followed by Stragalinos, Gullo, Watsonville’s Lilly Mead, and Peter Vannerus of Felton.

Ocean Speedway returns on Friday night June 28 with Ocean Sprints presented by Taco Bravo, IMCA Sport Modifieds, Hobby Stocks, and Four Bangers!

Ocean Speedway June 21, 2024 – Race Results

Ocean Sprints presented by Taco Bravo A Feature 1 (30 Laps): 1. 3D-Caleb Debem[2]; 2. 72W-Kurt Nelson[4]; 3. 7H-Jake Haulot[1]; 4. 72S-Bradley Dillard[3]; 5. 9-Adrianna DeMartini[5]; 6. 25Z-Jason Chisum[9]; 7. 72JR-Chris Nelson[6]; 8. 76-Jennifer Osborne[8]; 9. 98-Vince Giannotta[10]; 10. OB1-Orval Burke[7]

Hobby Stocks A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. X-Rob Gallaher[2]; 2. 5-Matt Kile[6]; 3. 22-Adriane Frost[12]; 4. X1-Bobby Gallaher[5]; 5. 1-Joe Gallaher[8]; 6. 55F-Shane Freeman[4]; 7. 51-Norm Ayers[10]; 8. X2-Joyce Gallaher[11]; 9. 23-Jesse Paladino[7]; 10. 8-Wayne Reeder[3]; 11. 01-DJ Keldsen[1]; 12. 57W-Sam Kennedy[9]

South Bay Dwarf Cars A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 45B-Terre Rothweiler[1]; 2. 88B-Travis Day[4]; 3. 66B-Mark Biscardi[2]; 4. 80N-Dan Zuger[7]; 5. 12-Justin Bingman[3]; 6. 410-Chris Durden[5]; 7. 0-Jason Lazzerini[8]; 8. 69-Eddy Claessen[6]; 9. (DNS) 64B-Eric Weisler

Four Banger A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 8-Thomas Cumming[1]; 2. 720-Kenny Stragalinos[7]; 3. 52-Tony Gullo[2]; 4. 16-Lilly Mead[9]; 5. 37-Peter Vannerus[4]; 6. 2-Nicole Beardsley[11]; 7. 112-Travis VanGilder[5]; 8. 51-Ken Keegan[13]; 9. 26-Johnny Hubbird[10]; 10. 10-Amaya Flower[3]; 11. 28J-Joshua Silva[6]; 12. 23X-Riley Killian[16]; 13. 50F-Shelbie Freeman[8]; 14. (DNS) 88-Ryan Bowers; 15. (DNS) 43-Kate Beardsley; 16. (DNS) 5-Bill Beardsley

 

 

SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST: Reese Nowotarski Survives a Marathon for First URC Win at BAPS

 As teams rolled into the Baps Motor Speedway for the first time since April 27th they were greeted with blazing sunshine and high humidity. As hot laps grew closer so did the clouds. A pop up storm dumped for about 15 minutes nearly took all the air out of the crews and teams that's been clamoring to be back racing since April. But a fantastic effort by the entire track crew at Baps to bring the track back around for a great surface. While it felt like a marathon feature. One driver stood tall as Leesport,PA Reese Nowotarski became the 290th different winner in the 76 year history of the United Racing Club. Feature action got underway with Brett Wanner and Tylor Rutherford on the front row. The green wouldn't stay out long as Wanner would spin in turns 3 and 4 bringing out the first yellow. That would move Nowotarski to the front row alongside Rutherford. On the start it was Nowotarski taking the lead but the yellow would immediately return as Cole Knopp would spin in turn 2 and make hard contact with the wall bringing an end to his night. We would finally complete a lap on the next restart as Nowotarski would take the advantage over Rutherford. The green wouldn't stay out long as Fred Kennedy would spin out in turn 3 and bring the yellow back out. Green would return with Nowotarski taking the advantage. But the yellow laundry would fly again on lap 7 with Jon Brennfleck spinning and hard contact with the wall in turn 4 bringing an end to his evening. That would trigger an open red. After the open red it would be single file restarts. On the restart Kyle Smith would try to attempt to pass Rutherford on the inside of the cone. Under URC rules he would be penalized next stoppage of the race. It wouldn't take long as Rutherford would find himself jumping the cushion and flipping in turns 1 and 2 on lap 9. He would be ok. Smith would be docked 2 spots. Next yellow would come out as Kennedy would spin again. He would park it for the night. Finally got some laps together with Nowotarski running away and getting into lap traffic and mastering it beautifully. Behind him Smith and JT Ferry would have a great battle for the 2nd spot with Ken Meisner finding his way into this battle. But then the caution would come out once again with Jake Gallowy spinning in turn 3 on lap 18. The cautions would not be done as Robbie Stillwaggon would spin on lap 23 setting up a green white checkered finish. Nowotarski would get the jump with Ferry and Smith in tow. Smith would seem to lose his breaks and get passed for 3rd by Meisner, But it was all Nowotarski as he would dominate the feature leading all 25 laps for his first career 360 sprint car win. “Its awesome to to get the first sprint car win off the bucket list.”Nowotarski said after the race. “ I have plenty of 410 starts here so i've felt really comfortable coming here. I knew we would be good out of the box and having Ryan Smith and crew doing an amazing job the last month or so we really been clicking.” Josh Weller got the York Excavating hard charger coming from 16th to 4th and Derek Locke would round out the top 5. Next URC race will be Wednesday July 3rd at the Port Royal Speedway apart of Pennsylvania Speedweek. Results for 6/22/2024 at BAPS Motor Speedway - York Haven, PA URC 360 Winged Sprint Cars 27 Entries A Feature 1 8 Laps

10X-Reese Nowotarski[3]; 2. 18J-JT Ferry[4]; 3. 4-Ken Meisner[9]; 4. 63-Josh Weller[16]; 5. 77-Derek Locke[6]; 6. 32-Kyle Smith[5]; 7. 11B-Bryn Gohn[13]; 8. 6-Mike Bittinger[12]; 9. 11H-Hayden Miller[19]; 10. 47-Adam Carberry[10]; 11. 99-Jonathan Swift[11]; 12. 669-Brandon McGough[8]; 13. 17G-Devin Gundrum[21]; 14. 19T-Jacob Galloway[15]; 15. 89-Robbie Stillwaggon[7]; 16. 22R-Ron Helmick[17]; 17. (DNF) 4BC-Brandon Reiblich[20]; 18. (DNF) 74-Vance Berry[24]; 19. (DNF) 56-Fred Kennedy[18]; 20. (DNF) 19R-Tylar Rutherford[2]; 21. (DNF) 51-Jon Brennfleck[22]; 22. (DNF) 48C-Mark Connoly[23]; 23. (DNF) 55W-Randy Wilbert[14]; 24. (DNF) 6K-Cole Knopp[25]; 25. (DNF) 54-Brett Wanner[1]; 26. (DNS) 7-Tyler Ross Specialty Rigging Heat 1 8 Laps 54-Brett Wanner[1]; 2. 18J-JT Ferry[2]; 3. 77-Derek Locke[3]; 4. 47-Adam Carberry[5]; 5. 11B-Bryn Gohn[8]; 6. 63-Josh Weller[7]; 7. 11H-Hayden Miller[6]; 8. 51-Jon Brennfleck[4]; 9. 6-Mike Bittinger[9] Specialty Rigging Heat 2 8 Laps 10X-Reese Nowotarski[2]; 2. 19R-Tylar Rutherford[1]; 3. 669-Brandon McGough[5]; 4. 99-Jonathan Swift[7]; 5. 55W-Randy Wilbert[3]; 6. 22R-Ron Helmick[6]; 7. 4BC-Brandon Reiblich[8]; 8. (DNF) 48C-Mark Connoly[9]; 9. (DNF) 10-Joe Kata[4] Specialty Rigging Heat 3 8 Laps 89-Robbie Stillwaggon[4]; 2. 32-Kyle Smith[1]; 3. 4-Ken Meisner[3]; 4. 6K-Cole Knopp[8]; 5. 19T-Jacob Galloway[6]; 6. 56-Fred Kennedy[2]; 7. 17G-Devin Gundrum[5]; 8. 7-Tyler Ross[7]; 9. 74-Vance Berry[9]

 

 

Day Wins Dirt Cup 2024

6/22/24

By Kaleb Hart

Alger, WA - Corey Day wrote his name into Skagit Speedway history with a win at the 52nd Annual Jim Raper Memorial Dirt Cup. Day became part of the first father/son duo to win Dirt Cup, with his father Ronnie winning in 2000. The win paid Day a total of $79,600 in finish position and laps led money.

Zeb Wise led the opening 11 laps before Day marched into the top spot, using the high groove to whip around Wise for the lead on lap 12. Corey quickly put distance between himself and the field, with Wise falling into a furious battle with Cole Macedo and Jason Solwold for the runner up spot. The group fought for a few laps while Corey built his advantage, with Wise eventually re-securing second. By then, it was far too late as Day had enough track space and slower traffic between the two to drive comfortably to the win. Wise would claim runner up for the second straight year, with Macedo picking up third. Wise was the winner of the pole shuffle. Hunter Schuerenberg won the B Main and Levi Kuntz won the C. Four heat races were run to determine the back half of the pole shuffle starters. Those heat wins went to Jason Solwold, Justyn Cox, Cole Macedo and Colby Copeland.

The dual between Jared Peterson and Shane Smith at the front of the field in the NW Focus Midget series A Main lived up to the billing at the end. Peterson got the jump and set the pace, but as he rolled into traffic, Smith rolled right up to his rear bumper and spent the back half of the main bird dogging him all around the track. Peterson was up to the task, never leaving a large enough gap for Smith to drive under or around him to take the win. Smith was second and Alex Peck was third.

Jim Raper Memorial Dirt Cup - 41 Entries

Heat 1 - Jason Solwold

Heat 2 - Justyn Cox

Heat 3 - Cole Macedo

Heat 4 - Colby Copeland

C Main - Levi Kuntz, Axel Oudman, Brett McGhie, Mike Brown, Dustin Gehring

B Main - Hunter Schuerenberg, Chase Johnson, Max Mittry, Cam Smith, Ryan Bernal, Tyler Thompson, Bud Kaeding, Evan Margeson, Nick Parker, Skylar Gee, Luke Didiuk, Shane Golobic, Greg Otis, Tanner Carrick, Axel Oudman, Lane Taylor, Kinzer Cox, Levi Kuntz

A Main - Corey Day, Zeb Wise, Cole Macedo, Justin Sanders, Justyn Cox, Jason Solwold, Colby Thornhill, Dominic Gordon, Colby Copeland, Jesse Schlotfeldt, Trey Starks, Shane Golobic, Chase Johnson, Devon Borden, Robbie Price, Tanner Holmes, DJ Netto, Eric Fisher, Willie Croft, Max Mittry, Greg Hamilton, Tanner Carrick, Justin Youngquist, Hunter Schuerenberg, Caeden Steele, Cam Smith

Lap Leaders - Wise 1-11 Day 12-40

NW Focus Midgets - 30 Entries

B Main - Brad Pritchard, Matt Loving, Tyler Luce, Kaden Holm, Mike Roberts, Ayuka Carlson, Morgan Benson, David Mills, Bryanna Peterson, JD Lewis

A Main - Jared Peterson, Shane Smith, Alex Peck, Hannah Lindquist, Nick Evans, Levi Klatt, Tanner Holm, Levi Harless, Ashley Thompson, Chuck Pierce, Stewart Lee, Jayme Barnes, Bryan Murphy, Eric Turner, Ryan Orchard, Stuart MIlner, Brian Holmkvist, Kaden Holm, Matt Loving, Todd Hartmann, Brad Pritchard, Tyler Luce, Kyle Hanson, Chad Kincaid

Lap Leaders - Peterson 1-25

 

 

Willison Captures First MSR Sprint Win At Owosso; Henes Rules Midwest Lights

OVID, Mich. (June 22, 2024) – Canadian Aaron Willison dominated to capture his first Must See Racing Perfit Sprint Car Series victory Saturday night at Owosso Speedway.

Willison, a multi-time asphalt sprint car champion from Langley, British Columbia, raced from fifth to first in eight laps at the three-eighths-mile oval and then led the rest of the way in the No. 50m RAM Engineering Midwest sprinter for legendary car owner Dick Myers.

Despite three caution flags during the 40-lap main event, Willison still drove to a mammoth 10.762-second margin of victory over runner-up Joe Liguori, putting together one of the most impressive Must See Racing performances in recent memory.

“Dick and the whole RAM Engineering crew brought an absolutely outstanding race car to the track this weekend,” said Willison in victory lane. “For an old pail, she rolls hard and I’m honored to be driving it. I’ve had a lot of great opportunities lately to contend for wins, and to come out here and get my first Must See Racing win is a great feeling.”

Willison’s winning move came courtesy of an outside sweep in turn one, when he drove around early leader and reigning series champion Jason Blonde in commanding fashion.

“In the warm-up laps before the feature, I got up [in the high lane] and felt around a bit, so from that point I knew we had a stellar piece and the field might be in trouble,” he added with a big grin. “I had that move in my back pocket from the drop of the green and we made it pay off there.”

Behind Willison and Liguori, reigning Must See Racing rookie-of-the-year Kevin Mingus crossed the finish line in third place, earning a career-best finish for his family-owned No. Z10 team and putting himself into the conversation of contenders going forward.

Michigan’s Dorman Snyder was fourth and 2022 series champion Charlie Schultz, who started from the pole but had to rally back from a lap-20 spin in turn four, completed the top five.

Rick Holley, John Inman, Tommy Nichols, Teddy Alberts, and reigning series champion Jason Blonde were the balance of the top-10 finishers.

Blonde was in position to finish third Saturday night, but fell out of contention with a broken water line coming to two laps to go in the main event.

Schultz’s spin at the halfway point caused the only yellow flag during the 410 sprint car feature.

By virtue of his runner-up finish, Liguori assumed the unofficial point lead in the battle for the season championship.

In other racing action Saturday, inaugural Must See Racing Maxima Midwest Lights Series champion J.J. Henes opened his 2024 account with a victory in the night’s 30-lap Midwest Lights feature.

The third-generation racer powered from fourth to the lead on the outside lane during the opening lap and never trailed after that, defeating runner-up Andrew Bogusz by 5.858 seconds in the end.

Bogusz and two-time defending series champion Cody Gallogly filled out the podium, followed by sprint car rookie Luke Krick – a three-time Kalamazoo (Mich.) Speedway track champion – and polesitter Charlie Baur.

Cautions at laps three and eight – both for issues befalling the No. 38 of John Dale Evans – set up a pair of double-file restarts, but Henes got the advantage on the bottom groove both times and was never seriously threatened.

Bogusz eventually passed Gallogly with six laps left after the latter had a right-rear tire that began to delaminate, forcing Gallogly to nurse his familiar No. 27 to the checkered flag.

Scattered showers throughout the evening led to a two-hour rain delay just after qualifying had begun, leading track and series officials to move to an expedited program and scrap time trials and heat races.

As a result, practice times and an inversion dice roll set the lineups for both sprint car classes Saturday, but the weather held off long enough for both feature races to be completed.

Must See Racing will continue its season Friday night, July 5 at Birch Run Speedway and Event Center, where the tour’s national 410 sprint cars will race on the four-tenths-mile and the Midwest Lights will do battle on the facility’s inner, one-third-mile flat track.

For more information, visit the series website at https://mustseeracing.com/.

The results:

410 sprint car feature (40 laps): 1. Aaron Willison, 2. Joe Liguori, 3. Kevin Mingus, 4. Dorman Snyder, 5. Charlie Schultz, 6. Rick Holley, 7. John Inman, 8. Tommy Nichols, 9. Teddy Alberts, 10. Jason Blonde, 11. Bobby Komisarski, 12. Jeff Bloom, 13. Shane Butler, 14. Tom Geren, 15. Joe Speakman (DNS).

Midwest Lights crate sprints (30 laps): 1. J.J. Henes, 2. Andrew Bogusz, 3. Cody Gallogly, 4. Luke Krick, 5. Charlie Baur, 6. Josh Sexton, 7. Brandon Tregembo, 8. Matt Double, 9. Richard Wichtner, 10. J.D. Evans.

 

 

Gordon Wins Jiim Raper Memorial Dirt Cup Prelim Night 2

6/21/24

By Kaleb Hart

Alger, WA - Night two of the 2024 Jim Raper Memorial Dirt Cup at Skagit Speedway saw Clovis, CA driver Dominic Gordon win his first career 410 feature in a thrilling display of talent. The top four in points who are locked into the pole shuffle for Saturday’s final are Zeb Wise, Justin Sanders, Tanner Holmes and Jason Solwold.

The battle up front began with Tanner Carrick in the lead running the high side and Chase Johnson coming after him down low. Roughly ten laps into that battle, Dominic Gordon entered the conversation by blasting around the top of the racetrack to pass Johnson and began his work on Carrick. Gordon and Carrick went wheel to wheel and nose to tail multiple times in their battle for the top spot, with Dominic sneaking it away briefly on lap 16 before Carrick snagged it back on lap 17. On the 20th time around Gordon would take the lead for good, using the momentum from the high side to roll past Carrick and add some pad to his advantage. With slower traffic looming, Gordon’s commitment to the high side paid off as he led the rest of the way en route to his first 410 win. Behind him, Justin Sanders raced from 10th up into second and Corey Day rolled from last after an opening lap restart all the way up to third. Jason Solwold was fast time. Heat winners were Shane Golobic, Bud Kaeding, Dylan Bloomfield and Hunter Schuerenberg. Skylar Gee won the C Feature and Colby Thornhill came out on top of the B.

Shane Smith was dominant in the NW Focus Midgets Series Main Event as he won for the first time in 2024 at Skagit Speedway. Smith led every lap of the main, enjoying a nearly seven second lead before a late caution brought the pack back to him. Nick Evans took second with Ashley Thompson rounding out the podium. Bryan Murphy and Evans won the heats.

410 Sprint Cars

Fast Time - Jason Solwold 11.811

Heat 1 - Shane Golobic

Heat 2 - Bud Kaeding

Heat 3 - Dylan Bloomfield

Heat 4 - Hunter Schuerenberg

C Main - Skylar Gee, Axel Oudman, Levi Kuntz, Mike Brown, Brett McGhie, Luke Didiuk, Dustin Gehring

B Main - Colby Thornhill, Greg Hamilton, Caeden Steele, Shane Golobic, Cam Smith, Bud Kaeding, Justin Youngquist, Tyler Thompson, Evan Margeson, Greg Otis, Axel Oudman, Nick Parker, Jessie Attard, Skylar Gee, Hunter Schuerenberg, Ryan Bernal, Lane Taylor, Dylan Bloomfield,

A Main - Dominic Gordon, Justin Sanders, Tanner Carrick, Justyn Cox, Chase Johnson, Zeb Wise, Tanner Holmes, Jesse Schlotfeldt, Willie Croft, Jason Solwold, Colby Copeland, Trey Starks, Caeden Steele, Cole Macedo, Greg Hamilton, Max Mittry, Kinzer Cox, Robbie Price, Devon Borden, Colby Thornhill, Shane Golobic, DJ Netto, Eric Fisher

Lap Leaders - Carrick 1-15 Gordon 16 Carrick 17-19 Gordon 20-35

NW Focus Midgets

Heat 1 - Bryan Murphy

Heat 2 - Nick Evans

Main - Shane Smith, Nick Evans, Ashley Thompson, Levi Klatt, Chuck Pierce, Jayme Barnes, Bryan Murphy, Stuart Milner, Todd Hartmann, Chad Kincaid, Matt Loving, JD Lewis, David Mills, Kaden Holm, Jeff Westergard

Lap Leaders - Smith 1-25

 

 

Henry keeps speedweek momentum rolling with third Attica win; Schlenk drives to 5th late model victory; Miller gets 5th 305 win

Friday, June 21, 2024

By Brian Liskai

ATTICA, Ohio – Cap Henry kept his momentum rolling from his Ohio Sprint Speedweek championship, taking his third 410 win of the year Friday, June 21 at Attica Raceway Park on Croghan Colonial Bank/CamTech Industrial Services/Ferguson Waterworks Night, and earning $4,000.

Henry’s 5th total win of 2024 also puts him back into contention to defend his Attica track championship and his All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads/Kistler Racing Products Attica Fremont Championship Series presented by the Baumann Auto Group title. Henry now holds 19 career 410 wins at “Ohio’s Finest Racing” speed plant.

Stuart Brubaker jumped into the early lead of the 30-lap sprint feature with second starter Henry battling Trey Jacobs for second. Henry threw a slider on Brubaker in turns one and two on lap nine to take the lead with Jacobs driving into second two laps later. By the half-way point Jacobs had reeled Henry in and began pressuring for the lead. Disaster struck for Jacobs a lap later when he slid off the high side of turn four. On the restart Kasey Jedrzejek and Cale Thomas began pressuring Henry for the top spot. Following a caution on lap 20, Thomas bolted into second and battled the next hand full of laps with Henry, racing side by side for the lead. A bobble allowed Jedrzejek to move back into second on lap 27 but Henry had pulled away and drove to the win. Jedrzejek, Thomas, Tyler Street – who ran fourth the entire feature – and Zeth Sabo rounded out the top five.

“Thank goodness guys kept showing me where I needed to run. I tried the top and Trey and Cale showed me the bottom was working. I’ve said it last week but my guys, Zack, Jeff, Chris, Chad, Gary have been working their tails off and it shows,” said Henry beside his Premier Planning Service, Jeff Ward Demolition, Ohio Logistics, Primal Tee Shop, Elliott’s Custom Trailers and Carts, FK Rod Ends, Griff’s Engines backed #33W.

Mike Bores led the first 14 laps of the 25-lap The Whistle Stop presents the Dirt Nerds Podcast Powered by Propane UMP Late Model feature before McClure, Ohio’s Rusty Schlenk drove into the lead following a very spirited battle with Casey Noonan, Kyle Moore and Devin Shiels. Schlenk pulled away for his fifth win of the season and the 43rd of his career at Attica. Bores, Moore, Noonan and Shiels rounded out the top five.

“The car got hot…it was about 260 there the last few laps and just kept climbing and climbing. Thank goodness we got into the lead so I could run in clean air and run around half throttle the last five laps. If I would have had to run wide open much more it would have blown up. This car has been awesome this crew has been awesome. I can’t say enough about my car owner Tyler Borck…he keeps this thing in tip top shape every week for me. That lets me concentrate on my kids and customers and stuff and he keeps this thing on point for me. We were a little off tonight…early in the night in our heat race. We put our heads together and got it tuned in for the feature,” said Schlenk beside his Buckeye Concrete Coatings, Terry Henricks Auto Group, Velocita USA, Dominator Race Products, Tom Finch Auto, Domination Race Cars, All Star Performance backed #91.

Defending Attica Fremont Fence 305 Sprints champion Jamie Miller continued his dominance Friday, taking the lead from Jimmy McGrath on lap 10 and driving away to his fifth win of the year and 43rd of his career at the track. Miller’s win will also pad his lead in the NAPA of Bryan Attica Fremont Championship Series Presented by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales.

Behind Miller at the checkers were McGrath, Dustin Stroup, Steve Rando and Logan Riehl.

“The car really came on strong the last half of the race. I could move around to get by lapped traffic,” said Miller beside his Boca Construction, JLH General Contractors, Kenny Kolb Farms, Tuck Pointing America, Queen of Clean, Smitty’s Pizza, Roberts & Sons Contracting, Pizza Wheel, Crown Battery, Reedtown Tavern, Fostoria Mod Shop, Sandy’s Dad, Gressman Powersports, Phil Rister, Slade Shock Technology backed #26.

Attica Raceway Park will be back in action Friday, June 28 on Smith Family Foods/Columbus Equipment/Etna Supply Night with the 410 and 305 sprints and UMP late models in action.

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Attica Raceway Park

Friday, June 21, 2024

410 Sprints - Callie's Performance Products

Qualifying

1.9-Trey Jacobs, 13.346; 2.29-Zeth Sabo, 13.478; 3.35-Stuart Brubaker, 13.479; 4.33W-Cap Henry, 13.493; 5.14R-Sean Rayhall, 13.521; 6.23-Cale Thomas, 13.571; 7.19-TJ Michael, 13.607; 8.15C-Chris Andrews, 13.662; 9.16-DJ Foos, 13.670; 10.5M-Max Stambaugh, 13.685; 11.X-Mike Keegan, 13.713; 12.4*-Tyler Street, 13.757; 13.11N-Kasey Jedrzejek, 13.802; 14.38-Leyton Wagner, 13.821; 15.68G-Tyler Gunn, 13.828; 16.22M-Dan McCarron, 13.844; 17.5-Kody Brewer, 13.863; 18.21K-Larry Kingseed Jr, 13.936; 19.2+-Brian Smith, 13.965; 20.97UK-Ryan Harrison, 13.968; 21.17S-Shelby Rankin, 14.564; 22.32-Bryce Lucius, 99.998; 23.75-Jerry Dahms, 99.999;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 29-Zeth Sabo[3] ; 2. 15C-Chris Andrews[1] ; 3. 5M-Max Stambaugh[5] ; 4. 9-Trey Jacobs[4] ; 5. 14R-Sean Rayhall[2] ; 6. X-Mike Keegan[6] ; 7. 97UK-Ryan Harrison[7]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[2] ; 2. 35-Stuart Brubaker[4] ; 3. 23-Cale Thomas[3] ; 4. 38-Leyton Wagner[1] ; 5. 68G-Tyler Gunn[5] ; 6. 5-Kody Brewer[6] ; 7. 2+-Brian Smith[7] ; 8. 32-Bryce Lucius[8]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 4*-Tyler Street[1] ; 2. 33W-Cap Henry[4] ; 3. 19-TJ Michael[3] ; 4. 16-DJ Foos[2] ; 5. 21K-Larry Kingseed Jr[6] ; 6. 22M-Dan McCarron[5] ; 7. 17S-Shelby Rankin[7]

A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)

1. 33W-Cap Henry[2] ; 2. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[5] ; 3. 23-Cale Thomas[6] ; 4. 4*-Tyler Street[4] ; 5. 29-Zeth Sabo[8] ; 6. 19-TJ Michael[10] ; 7. 5M-Max Stambaugh[9] ; 8. 32-Bryce Lucius[22] ; 9. 15C-Chris Andrews[7] ; 10. 68G-Tyler Gunn[14] ; 11. 16-DJ Foos[12] ; 12. 5-Kody Brewer[17] ; 13. 9-Trey Jacobs[3] ; 14. 35-Stuart Brubaker[1] ; 15. 22M-Dan McCarron[18] ; 16. 2+-Brian Smith[20] ; 17. 17S-Shelby Rankin[21] ; 18. X-Mike Keegan[16] ; 19. 14R-Sean Rayhall[13] ; 20. 38-Leyton Wagner[11] ; 21. 97UK-Ryan Harrison[19] ; 22. 21K-Larry Kingseed Jr[15]

305 Sprints - Fremont Fence Co.

Qualifying

1.2-Brenden Torok, 14.018; 2.26-Jamie Miller, 14.089; 3.5JR-Jimmy McGrath Jr., 14.246; 4.X15-Kasey Ziebold, 14.269; 5.0-Bradley Bateson, 14.312; 6.9R-Logan Riehl, 14.344; 7.7M-Brandon Moore, 14.359; 8.63-Randy Ruble, 14.402; 9.12-Dylan Watson, 14.430; 10.26S-Lee Sommers, 14.444; 11.10TS-Tyler Schiets, 14.452; 12.2S-Jackson Sebetto, 14.464; 13.12X-Dustin Stroup, 14.467; 14.8K-Zach Kramer, 14.475; 15.19R-Steve Rando, 14.486; 16.18-Ben Watson, 14.564; 17.36-Seth Schneider, 14.569; 18.51M-Haldon Miller, 14.602; 19.5DD-Dustin Dinan, 14.604; 20.5M-Mike Moore, 14.612; 21.319-Steven Watts, 14.649; 22.18Z-Brian Razum, 14.775; 23.3X-Blayne Keckler, 14.796; 24.3M-Logan Mongeau, 14.826; 25.78-Austin Black, 14.855; 26.1S-James Saam, 15.057; 27.96UK-Tom Holcroft, 15.162; 28.27-Calob Crispen, 15.662; 29.2+-Tony Alvarez, 15.680; 30.11-Braden Harrison, 16.967; 31.29-Rich Farmer, 99.999;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. X15-Kasey Ziebold[3] ; 2. 26-Jamie Miller[4] ; 3. 12-Dylan Watson[2] ; 4. 26S-Lee Sommers[1] ; 5. 319-Steven Watts[6] ; 6. 51M-Haldon Miller[5] ; 7. 1S-James Saam[8] ; 8. 3X-Blayne Keckler[7]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 63-Randy Ruble[2] ; 2. 7M-Brandon Moore[3] ; 3. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[1] ; 4. 8K-Zach Kramer[5] ; 5. 2+-Tony Alvarez[7] ; 6. 0-Bradley Bateson[4]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 12X-Dustin Stroup[2] ; 2. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath Jr.[4] ; 3. 36-Seth Schneider[5] ; 4. 9R-Logan Riehl[3] ; 5. 18Z-Brian Razum[7] ; 6. 11-Braden Harrison[8] ; 7. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[6] ; 8. 18-Ben Watson[1]

Heat 4, Group D - (8 Laps)

1. 3M-Logan Mongeau[1] ; 2. 19R-Steve Rando[2] ; 3. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[3] ; 4. 2-Brenden Torok[4] ; 5. 78-Austin Black[5] ; 6. 27-Calob Crispen[7] ; 7. 96UK-Tom Holcroft[6]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)

1. 319-Steven Watts[1] ; 2. 78-Austin Black[4] ; 3. 0-Bradley Bateson[6] ; 4. 51M-Haldon Miller[5] ; 5. 96UK-Tom Holcroft[11] ; 6. 1S-James Saam[9] ; 7. 11-Braden Harrison[7] ; 8. 18Z-Brian Razum[3] ; 9. 2+-Tony Alvarez[2] ; 10. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[10] ; 11. 3X-Blayne Keckler[12]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 26-Jamie Miller[8] ; 2. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath Jr.[2] ; 3. 12X-Dustin Stroup[5] ; 4. 19R-Steve Rando[4] ; 5. 9R-Logan Riehl[7] ; 6. 7M-Brandon Moore[3] ; 7. 8K-Zach Kramer[16] ; 8. 12-Dylan Watson[11] ; 9. 63-Randy Ruble[6] ; 10. X15-Kasey Ziebold[9] ; 11. 2-Brenden Torok[10] ; 12. 0-Bradley Bateson[19] ; 13. 26S-Lee Sommers[15] ; 14. 319-Steven Watts[17] ; 15. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[12] ; 16. 36-Seth Schneider[13] ; 17. 78-Austin Black[18] ; 18. 96UK-Tom Holcroft[21] ; 19. 1S-James Saam[22] ; 20. 3M-Logan Mongeau[1] ; 21. 51M-Haldon Miller[20]

Late Models - Dirt Nerds Podcast

Qualifying

1.1*-Kyle Moore, 15.241; 2.92-Justin Chance, 15.298; 3.94-Mike Bores, 15.356; 4.1N-Casey Noonan, 15.382; 5.91-Rusty Schlenk, 15.384; 6.51-Devin Shiels, 15.413; 7.74-Jeff Warnick, 15.464; 8.5M-Ryan Markham, 15.488; 9.51B-Brayden Shiels, 15.775; 10.14JR-JR Gentry, 15.780; 11.46-Colin Shipley, 15.882; 12.16-Steve Sabo, 16.147; 13.11-Austin Gibson, 16.153; 14.69R-Doug Baird, 17.369; 15.20H-Troy Hahn, 99.999;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 51-Devin Shiels[2] ; 2. 1N-Casey Noonan[1] ; 3. 1*-Kyle Moore[4] ; 4. 5M-Ryan Markham[6] ; 5. 92-Justin Chance[3] ; 6. 74-Jeff Warnick[5] ; 7. 11-Austin Gibson[7] ; 8. 69R-Doug Baird[8]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 91-Rusty Schlenk[3] ; 2. 94-Mike Bores[4] ; 3. 14JR-JR Gentry[1] ; 4. 46-Colin Shipley[5] ; 5. 51B-Brayden Shiels[2] ; 6. 16-Steve Sabo[6]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 91-Rusty Schlenk[4] ; 2. 94-Mike Bores[1] ; 3. 1*-Kyle Moore[5] ; 4. 1N-Casey Noonan[2] ; 5. 51-Devin Shiels[6] ; 6. 46-Colin Shipley[8] ; 7. 14JR-JR Gentry[7] ; 8. 5M-Ryan Markham[3] ; 9. 51B-Brayden Shiels[10] ; 10. 16-Steve Sabo[12] ; 11. 69R-Doug Baird[14] ; 12. 92-Justin Chance[9] ; 13. 74-Jeff Warnick[11] ; 14. 11-Austin Gibson[13]

 

 

Wise Wins Jim Raper Memorial Dirt Cup Prelim Night 1

6/20/24

By kaleb Hart

Alger, WA - Preliminary nights for the Jim Raper Memorial Dirt Cup have traditionally been a bt wild. With points on the line all through the format, racers tend to bring all the intensity of a caged bull to Skagit Speedway and on Thursday night, they put on a show that was nothing short of crazy. When the dust settled in Victory Lane, Zeb Wise brought Rudeen Racing a win and the high point score of the evening in a thrilling affair.

Five different drivers led laps of the course of the 30 lap main event which paid $5,000 to win and massive points toward the Saturday A Main starting lineup. Colby Thornhill led the first ten laps before Willie Croft took the top spot on lap 11. Croft held serve through lap 19 before reigning champion Justin Sanders grabbed the lead on lap 20. His lead was short lived, as Corey Day ripped around the high groove and stole the top spot on lap 22, but gave it right back to Sanders on lap 23 as his tire started coming apart after repeatedly smashing the cushion and wall on his march forward. Sanders held control through lap 24 when Zeb Wise completed his methodical march up the field, using the middle of the racetrack to come from deep to take the lead and eventual win on lap 25. Sanders and Tanner Holmes rounded out the podium. Trey Starks was quick time. Heat wins went to DJ Netto, Day, Tyler Thompson and Greg Hamilton.. Chase Johnson won the C Feature while Dominc Gordon won the B Main.

As wild and rowdy as the sprint car night was, the NW Focus Midgets went without a yellow or red flag all night during their race action. In the 25 lap A Feature, Jared Peterson led wire to wire with little challenge in taking the win ahead of Alex Peck and Hannah Lindquist. Peterson won his heat race, as did Stewart Lee.

410 Sprint Cars - 48 Cars

Fast Time - Trey Starks 11.825

Heat 1 - DJ Netto

Heat 2 - Corey Day

Heat 3 - Tyler Thompson

Heat 4 - Greg Hamilton

C Main - Chase Johnson, Dylan Bloomfield, Jessie Attard, Levi Kuntz, Tyler Anderson, Brett McGhie, Greg Otis, Axel Oudman, Dustin Gehring, Mike Brown

B Main - Dominic Gordon, Cam Smith, DJ Netto, Greg Hamilton, Kinzer Cox, Bud Kaeding, Chase Johnson, Max Mittry, Tanner Carrick, Ryan Bernal, Luke Didiuk, Evan Margeson, Shane Golobic, Tyler Thompson, Skylar Gee, Dylan Bloomfield, Brock Lemley

A Main - Zeb Wise, Justin Sanders, Tanner Holmes, Justyn Cox, Jason Solwold, Corey Day, Justin Youngquist, Greg Hamilton, Willie Croft, Cam Smith, Dominic Gordon, DJ Netto, Robbie Price, Colby Copeland, Cole Macedo, Nick Parker, Lane Taylor, Eric Fisher, Hunter Schuerenberg, Caeden Steele, Colby Thornhill, Devon Borden, Jesse Schlotfeldt, Trey Starks

Lap Leaders - Thornhill 1-10 Croft 11-19 Sanders 20-21 Day 22 Sanders 23-24 Wise 25-31

NW Focus Midgets

Heat 1 - Jared Peterson

Heat 2 - Stewart Lee

Main - Jared Peterson, Alex Peck, Hannah Lindquist, Tanner Holm, Stewart Lee, Levi Harless, Brian Holmkvist, Ryan Orchard, Eric Turner, Kyle Hanson, Brad Pritchard, Brian Rose, Tyler Luce, Mike Roberts, Morgan Benson, Bryanna Peterson, Ayuka Carlson

Lap Leaders - J Peterson 1-25

 

 

Storm Postpones $100,000-to-Win Huset's Hustle Finale at Huset's Speedway to Sunday

Inside Line Promotions - BRANDON, S.D. (June 20, 2024) - A rain storm arrived early Thursday morning and is expected to continue throughout the day, forcing Huset's Speedway and World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series officials to postpone the $100,000-to-win Huset's Hustle finale to Sunday.

The gates will open at 4 p.m. with hot laps at 6:30 p.m. Anyone who purchased a ticket for Thursday's program can use it this Sunday.

The $250,000-to-win BillionAuto.com Huset's High Bank Nationals presented by MENARDS is still on for Friday and Saturday at Huset's Speedway. The main gates open at 4 p.m. both nights with hot laps slated for 7 p.m. on Friday and 7:30 p.m. on Saturday.

Tyler Courtney was victorious on Wednesday during the opening night of the four-race BillionAuto.com Huset's High Bank Nationals presented by MENARDS. Three different drivers led the $20,000-to-win race with Courtney scoring his first career World of Outlaws win at the track.

With the $100,000-to-win Huset's Hustle finale now moved to Sunday it sets up back-to-back nights at Huset's Speedway with six-figure payouts on the line.

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Courtney Captures Huset's Hustle Preliminary Night to Kick Off BillionAuto.com Huset's High Bank Nationals Presented by MENARDS Week at Huset's Speedway

Inside Line Promotions - BRANDON, S.D. (June 19, 2024) - Tyler Courtney topped a field of 55 elite sprint car drivers on Wednesday evening at Huset's Speedway, which hosted the preliminary night of the $100,000-to-win Huset's Hustle.

The six-figure finale of the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series' newest crown jewel event is slated for Thursday with the main gates opening at 4 p.m. and hot laps at 7 p.m.

Courtney was the third of three different leaders during the $20,000-to-win main event that kicked off the four-night BillionAuto.com Huset's High Bank Nationals presented by MENARDS. The spectacle features two six-figure payouts with Thursday's $100,000 Huset's Hustle finale and the $250,000-to-win - tying a World of Outlaws record - Huset's High Bank Nationals finale on Saturday.

"Hopefully we can be in the same spot tomorrow with a bigger check," Courtney said. "We put ourselves in a good spot for tomorrow. That's what tonight was all about."

The original start of Wednesday's 35-lap feature was called back after officials deemed leader Aaron Reutzel left early. That moved Ryan Timms to the outside of the front row for the complete restart and he took advantage, quickly powering into the top spot. Timms entered traffic on Lap 7 and held onto the lead until Sheldon Haudenschild slid in front of him in turns three and four on Lap 15.

Timms rallied right back one lap later, driving into the lead with a pass in turns three and four, before Haudenschild regained the lead on Lap 17 with a diamond move to exit turn four on the bottom.

Courtney, who started sixth, climbed into the top three by the midpoint of the feature and he passed Timms for second place on Lap 19. A red flag for a crash in front of the leaders on Lap 21 set up a restart. Courtney threw a slide job on Haudenschild in turns one and two, but Haudenschild drove around it. He stayed in front until Lap 28 when Courtney took the lead on the bottom in turn one. Seconds later, Haudenschild's right rear tire went flat in turns three and four.

That was the final caution of the race as Courtney executed a strong restart and cruised to his first career World of Outlaws win at Huset's Speedway.

"I just knew I was going to have to go somewhere else to beat Sheldon," he said. "I think he cut a tire. That's sucks because I really wanted to have a race with our NOS Energy Drink teammate."

Timms finished in the runner-up position.

"I felt really good early on," he said. "We had a really good initial start and took the lead there. Twenty laps went by super quick. When that caution came out and Haud and Courtney got by me I knew I had to figure something out. I'm happy with the run. I felt we had a really good car. We'll just take this night and go on to the rest of the week and hopefully get better."

Reutzel rounded out the podium as he edged Carson Macedo in a spirited battle for third place.

"I was struggling a little bit early," he said. "(With) a full fuel load I wasn't very good. There at the end, when the fuel started coming off, my car came to life."

Macedo placed fourth and Tim Kaeding drove to fifth.

Cory Eliason and Haudenschild were the quickest qualifiers in their groups. Austin McCarl, Rico Abreu, Macedo, Brad Sweet, Brock Zearfoss and Spencer Bayston were the heat race winners. Tyler Drueke captured the C Main and Eliason won the Last Chance Showdown.

Courtney leads the standings by three points over Macedo entering Thursday's program. Timms, Reutzel, Kaeding, Sweet, Giovanni Scelzi, Abreu, Buddy Kofoid and McCarl round out the top 10, respectively.

Event tickets for the remainder of the crown jewel event can be purchased online at https://mpv.tickets.com/schedule/?agency=JKMV_PL_MPV&orgid=55369#/?view=list&includePackages=true .

BILLIONAUTO.COM HUSET'S HIGH BANK NATIONALS PRESENTED BY MENARDS NIGHT 1 RESULTS AT HUSET'S SPEEDWAY (June 19, 2024) -

World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series

NOS Energy Drink Feature (35 Laps): 1. 7BC-Tyler Courtney (6); 2. 5T-Ryan Timms (3); 3. 87-Aaron Reutzel (2); 4. 41-Carson Macedo (4); 5. 3K-Tim Kaeding (9); 6. 49-Brad Sweet (12); 7. 83-Michael Kofoid (22); 8. 18-Giovanni Scelzi (8); 9. 2-David Gravel (20); 10. 24-Rico Abreu (7); 11. 88-Austin McCarl (5); 12. 15-Donny Schatz (17); 13. 5-Spencer Bayston (14); 14. 8R-Cory Eliason (21); 15. 17B-Bill Balog (23); 16. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild (1); 17. 3Z-Brock Zearfoss (16); 18. 39M-Anthony Macri (15); 19. 2KS-Chase Randall (10); 20. 45-Landon Brooks (18); 21. 23-Garet Williamson (24); 22. 7S-Landon Crawley (19); 23. 25-Daison Pursley (11); 24. (DNS) 22K-Kaleb Johnson.

MicroLite Last Chance Showdown (12 Laps): 1. 8R-Cory Eliason (1); 2. 83-Michael Kofoid (5); 3. 17B-Bill Balog (3); 4. 23-Garet Williamson (4); 5. 83SR-James McFadden (8); 6. 3J-Dusty Zomer (2); 7. 83H-Justin Henderson (6); 8. 57-Kyle Larson (10); 9. 9-Kasey Kahne (9); 10. 1S-Logan Schuchart (12); 11. 24T-Christopher Thram (7); 12. 21-Brian Brown (11); 13. 8-Jacob Hughes (14); 14. 13-Mark Dobmeier (13); 15. 09-Matt Juhl (17); 16. 42-Sye Lynch (16); 17. 11M-Brendan Mullen (20); 18. 23W-Scott Winters (18); 19. 10-Scott Bogucki (19); 20. 14T-Tim Estenson (22); 21. 95-Tyler Drueke (21); 22. 19-Paige Polyak (15).

C Feature (10 Laps): 1. 95-Tyler Drueke (2); 2. 14T-Tim Estenson (3); 3. 16-Skylar Prochaska (1); 4. 10J-Justin Jacobsma (4); 5. 22-Riley Goodno (6); 6. 70-Kraig Kinser (5); 7. 5AU-Brock Hallett (11); 8. G5-Gage Pulkrabek (7); 9. 64-Andy Pake (9); 10. 44-Chris Martin (8); 11. 83S-Sam Henderson (13); 12. 33-Scott Broty (12); 13. 2K-Kevin Ingle (15); 14. 8B-Jack Croaker (10); 15. 55-Kerry Madsen (14).

Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 88-Austin McCarl (2); 2. 17B-Bill Balog (1); 3. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (3); 4. 15-Donny Schatz (4); 5. 83-Michael Kofoid (5); 6. 8R-Cory Eliason (6); 7. 09-Matt Juhl (7); 8. 14T-Tim Estenson (8); 9. 83S-Sam Henderson (9); 10. 2K-Kevin Ingle (10).

Milton Hershey School Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 24-Rico Abreu (5); 2. 3K-Tim Kaeding (3); 3. 24T-Christopher Thram (2); 4. 5T-Ryan Timms (6); 5. 9-Kasey Kahne (4); 6. 13-Mark Dobmeier (7); 7. 10-Scott Bogucki (8); 8. 5AU-Brock Hallett (9); 9. 16-Skylar Prochaska (1).

Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. 41-Carson Macedo (6); 2. 7S-Landon Crawley (2); 3. 25-Daison Pursley (4); 4. 39M-Anthony Macri (5); 5. 21-Brian Brown (3); 6. 19-Paige Polyak (7); 7. 70-Kraig Kinser (9); 8. 64-Andy Pake (8); 9. G5-Gage Pulkrabek (1).

Heat 4 (10 Laps): 1. 49-Brad Sweet (2); 2. 45-Landon Brooks (1); 3. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild (6); 4. 23-Garet Williamson (3); 5. 2-David Gravel (5); 6. 57-Kyle Larson (4); 7. 23W-Scott Winters (7); 8. 10J-Justin Jacobsma (8); 9. 33-Scott Broty (9).

Heat 5 (10 Laps): 1. 3Z-Brock Zearfoss (1); 2. 87-Aaron Reutzel (4); 3. 18-Giovanni Scelzi (6); 4. 83H-Justin Henderson (3); 5. 42-Sye Lynch (2); 6. 3J-Dusty Zomer (5); 7. 95-Tyler Drueke (9); 8. 22-Riley Goodno (8); 9. 44-Chris Martin (7).

Heat 6 (10 Laps): 1. 5-Spencer Bayston (2); 2. 2KS-Chase Randall (4); 3. 7BC-Tyler Courtney (6); 4. 8-Jacob Hughes (1); 5. 1S-Logan Schuchart (3); 6. 83SR-James McFadden (5); 7. 55-Kerry Madsen (9); 8. 11M-Brendan Mullen (7); 9. 8B-Jack Croaker (8).

Sea Foam Qualifying A (2 Laps): 1. 8R-Cory Eliason, 00:10.627 (1); 2. 5T-Ryan Timms, 00:10.635 (7); 3. 41-Carson Macedo, 00:10.691 (18); 4. 83-Michael Kofoid, 00:10.695 (4); 5. 24-Rico Abreu, 00:10.716 (3); 6. 39M-Anthony Macri, 00:10.725 (12); 7. 15-Donny Schatz, 00:10.731 (13); 8. 9-Kasey Kahne, 00:10.737 (27); 9. 25-Daison Pursley, 00:10.765 (8); 10. 22K-Kaleb Johnson, 00:10.770 (6); 11. 3K-Tim Kaeding, 00:10.785 (5); 12. 21-Brian Brown, 00:10.802 (14); 13. 88-Austin McCarl, 00:10.803 (16); 14. 24T-Christopher Thram, 00:10.811 (10); 15. 7S-Landon Crawley, 00:10.812 (15); 16. 17B-Bill Balog, 00:10.827 (22); 17. 16-Skylar Prochaska, 00:10.850 (25); 18. G5-Gage Pulkrabek, 00:10.868 (17); 19. 09-Matt Juhl, 00:10.869 (19); 20. 13-Mark Dobmeier, 00:10.904 (26); 21. 19-Paige Polyak, 00:10.912 (9); 22. 14T-Tim Estenson, 00:10.925 (21); 23. 10-Scott Bogucki, 00:10.942 (23); 24. 64-Andy Pake, 00:10.958 (2); 25. 83S-Sam Henderson, 00:11.048 (20); 26. 5AU-Brock Hallett, 00:11.054 (11); 27. 70-Kraig Kinser, 00:11.139 (24); 28. 2K-Kevin Ingle, 00:11.787 (28).

Sea Foam Qualifying B (2 Laps): 1. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild, 00:10.793 (25); 2. 18-Giovanni Scelzi, 00:10.869 (9); 3. 7BC-Tyler Courtney, 00:10.874 (21); 4. 2-David Gravel, 00:10.888 (11); 5. 3J-Dusty Zomer, 00:10.939 (13); 6. 83SR-James McFadden, 00:10.971 (5); 7. 57-Kyle Larson, 00:10.996 (15); 8. 87-Aaron Reutzel, 00:11.009 (10); 9. 2KS-Chase Randall, 00:11.014 (20); 10. 23-Garet Williamson, 00:11.022 (17); 11. 83H-Justin Henderson, 00:11.075 (27); 12. 1S-Logan Schuchart, 00:11.086 (7); 13. 49-Brad Sweet, 00:11.108 (6); 14. 42-Sye Lynch, 00:11.120 (4); 15. 5-Spencer Bayston, 00:11.125 (14); 16. 45-Landon Brooks, 00:11.148 (23); 17. 3Z-Brock Zearfoss, 00:11.152 (12); 18. 8-Jacob Hughes, 00:11.249 (18); 19. 23W-Scott Winters, 00:11.275 (8); 20. 44-Chris Martin, 00:11.284 (16); 21. 11M-Brendan Mullen, 00:11.317 (2); 22. 10J-Justin Jacobsma, 00:11.375 (3); 23. 22-Riley Goodno, 00:11.424 (22); 24. 8B-Jack Croaker, 00:11.453 (26); 25. 33-Scott Broty, 00:11.541 (19); 26. 95-Tyler Drueke, 00:11.779 (24); 27. 55-Kerry Madsen (1).

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Eliason battles hard with Outlaws at Knoxville; Aims big at Huset’s Speedway
ByTyler Altmeyer
Jun 17, 2024

By Fully Injected Motorsports:

KNOXVILLE, Iowa (June 17, 2024) – An off weekend for High Limit Racing allowed Cory Eliason and Ridge & Sons Racing (RSR) to venture to the Sprint Car Capital of the World, ultimately joining the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series in a two-day precursor to the coveted Knoxville Nationals. It was a slow start to the weekend for the Visalia, California, native, but his results turned the corner in a hurry, concluding action with a top-15 score on Saturday, June 15.

“It was great to turn some laps at Knoxville Raceway. You can never know too much about that place, especially with the Knoxville Nationals quickly approaching,” Eliason, ace of the Commercial Edge, NDT New Direction Transport LLC, Ridge Development, North Ridge Development, Elliott’s Custom Trailers & Carts, B And L Holdings, No. 8 sprint car, said. “I’m pretty certain our plan is to head to Huset’s Speedway this week and be in contention for some big money. There’s a lot on the line all week so I’m excited for the opportunity that Brian and Lisa Ridge have given us.”

As hinted, Eliason and RSR’s weekend at Knoxville Raceway started slow (missing main event competition on Friday), but the Knoxville, Iowa-based team rebounded solidly, concluding the World of Outlaws pair with a 14th-place outcome in the 25-lap finale; he started 24th.

It was a final transfer position in the evening’s Last Chance Showdown that gave the team their A-Main opportunity. They just missed their 16th top-ten of the year.

In addition, Eliason and RSR finished 15th in the $55,555-to-win Bikini Zone Eagle Nationals at Eagle Raceway in Eagle, Nebraska, on Tuesday, June 11; he started 19th in the High Limit Racing blockbuster.

ON DECK:
Ridge & Sons Racing and Cory Eliason [No. 8] will continue their 2024 campaign with four nights at Huset’s Speedway in Brandon, South Dakota, beginning with the $100,000-to-win High Bank Hustle on Wednesday and Thursday, June 19-20. The four-day weekend will conclude with the $250,000-to-win High Bank Nationals on Friday and Saturday, June 21-22.

2024 STATISTICS & HIGHLIGHTS:
Highlighted “Battle at the Bay” at East Bay Raceway Park with 19th-place finish on Monday, February 12. Finished ninth (HL) at Golden Isles Speedway in Waynesville, Georgia, on Thursday, February 22. Finished ninth in Volusia Speedway Park’s Bike Week Jamboree (WoO) on Monday, March 4. Finished third at Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, on Friday, March 22. Earned first victory of the season at BAPS Motor Speedway in York Haven, Pennsylvania, on Sunday, March 24. Finished sixth from 15th at Williams Grove Speedway on Friday, March 29. Finished tenth at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas, on Saturday, April 13. Finished tenth at Southern Oklahoma Speedway and Salina Highbanks Speedway on Friday and Saturday, April 19-20. Finished seventh in back-to-back High Limit Racing starts at 34 Raceway in West Burlington, Iowa, and Tri-City Speedway in Granite City, Illinois, on Friday and Saturday, May 10-11. Finished fourth in Kokomo Speedway’s High Limit Racing Midweek Money Series event on Monday, May 13. Finished second at BAPS Motor Speedway in York Haven, Pennsylvania, on Sunday, May 19. Finished fourth in John Trone Tribute at Williams Grove Speedway on Friday, May 24. Finished 12th in $75,000-to-win Bob Weikert Memorial at Port Royal Speedway on Sunday, May 26. Finished sixth at Lawrenceburg Speedway in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, on Friday, May 31.

Stats:
Wins: 1
Top-Fives: 5
Top-Tens: 15

SPECIAL THANKS:
Ridge & Sons Racing and Cory Eliason would like to thank all of their marketing partners: Commercial Edge, NDT New Direction Transport LLC, Ridge Development, North Ridge Development, Elliott’s Custom Trailers & Carts, B And L Holdings, Xpress Laundry, American Table, Rasmusson Service Center, Folkens Brothers Trucking, The P.O. Box, and The Bargain Barn.

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Rombough Repeats in Kevin Ward Jr. Memorial at Evans Mills

By Curtis Berleue (Evans Mills, NY) | For the second time in two years, Dalton Rombough picked up $4,000 at Evans Mills Raceway Park on Saturday night in the Kevin Ward Jr. Memorial Asphalt Spectacular. The Lowville, NY driver was the first driver in tour history to repeat victories at the Evans Mills oval.

Danny Varin jumped out to an early lead over Pinnacle pole winner Logan Crisafulli, with Dalton Rombough and Matt Tanner settling in behind him. Rombough, however, made quick work of Crisafulli for second and got by him just a handful of laps later, setting his sights on Varin for the lead.

Closing quickly on Varin, Rombough was soon at Varin’s bumper and was able to slip underneath Varin exiting turn two for the lead.

Behind Rombough, Matt Tanner had caught the #01 of Varin and was all over his bumper for second until a mistake entering turn two just after halfway let Kelly Hebing slip by him.

As the laps clicked by, and with Rombough checked out, Hebing meticulously stalked Varin, eventually getting by him to take second.

With over a half track lead on Hebing for second, Rombough went unchallenged for the remainder of the event and picked up the $4,000 victory.

“We took a little stagger out, dropped the wings and made a little bit of air pressure adjustments after the heat,” said Rombaugh. “The track kinda came to us a little bit in the feature and it worked out pretty well tonight.”

Kelly Hebing crossed the line in second after starting sixth.

“It was good, I can’t complain. I can’t lie either and say I don’t want one spot more,” said Hebing. “When I saw halfway it was time to go and get around Varin.”

“Not two laps later, I snapped my brake pedal and had to move my line up a little to keep my momentum up. I was able to tuck in between two lap cars and make one big car so Danny couldn’t get me back.”

Danny Varin, winner of the event two years ago, crossed the line in third for another podium finish.

“The guys worked hard, trying to make the car better,” said Varin. “We just missed it today; we weren’t really good in hot laps and made it a little bit better in the heat race. We went in the right direction for the feature, just needed a little bit more.”

Picking up E&V Energy heat wins on the night were Logan Crisafulli and Dalton Rombough. As part of the evenings special events, fans in attendance were also able to get up close and personal with the stars of the Empire Super Sprints for an on track autograph session and both Rombough and Hebing participated in a ‘pie in the face’ contest to raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network of Northern NY.

The next scheduled event for the Empire Super Sprints is this coming Saturday June 22nd at the Brockville Ontario Speedway in Brockville, Ontario, followed by a trip to Cornwall Motor Speedway in Cornwall, Ontario the following evening. For the latest news, information, and schedule updates regarding the Empire Super Sprints be sure to check the series website (www.EmpireSuperSprints.com) and follow along on Facebook (Empire Super Sprints), Twitter (@ESSprints) and Instagram (@empiresupersprints).

The Empire Super Sprints would like to thank the following series sponsors for their continued support: Rifenburg Contracting Corp, PJC Spray Foam, Hoosier Racing Tire, Cobra Coaches, E&V Energy, A-Verdi Storage Containers, Fondations 4 Saisons, Pinnacle Investments, LLC, Lacaillade Masonry, Inc., FX Caprara, ASI Racewear, Lanes Yamaha, Ashley Lynn Winery, Bicknell Racing Products, DirtTrackDigest.com and LC Design.

The ESS Road Ahead:

Saturday, June 22– Brockville Ontario Speedway – Brockville, ONT ($2,000 to Win)

Sunday, June 23 – Cornwall Motor Speedway - Cornwall, ONT ($2,000 to Win)

Wednesday, July 3 – Can Am Speedway – LaFargeville, NY ($2,500 to Win CNY Speedweek)

Full Results:

A-Main: 1. #41-Dalton Rombough[2]; 2. 10-Kelly Hebing[6]; 3. #01-Danny Varin[4]; 4. 23-Tyler Cartier[7]; 5. 4P-Chase Moran[8]; 6. 90-Matt Tanner[3]; 7. #36X-Mike Stelter[5]; 8. 13E-Evan Reynolds[9]; 9. 36-Logan Crisafulli[1]; 10. 25-George Sanford[10]

E&V Energy Heat 1: 1. 36-Logan Crisafulli[1]; 2. 90-Matt Tanner[3]; 3. #36X-Mike Stelter[2]; 4. 23-Tyler Cartier[5]; 5. 13E-Evan Reynolds[4]

E&V Energy Heat 2: 1. #41-Dalton Rombough[3]; 2. #01-Danny Varin[1]; 3. 10-Kelly Hebing[4]; 4. 4P-Chase Moran[2]; 5. 25-George Sanford[5]

 

 

Rudolph Repeats; Weaver Wins First; Mollick, Conner and Whitling also Score

(Franklin, PA June 16, 2024): On Father’s day, Tri-City Raceway Park presented a Sunday Thunder program with a bonus feature for the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks. Taking the wins were Erick Rudolph (21st Century Energy Group 358 Modifieds), Jeremy Weaver scoring his first career 410 win (Krill Recycling 410 Sprint Cars), John Mollick (4 Your Car Connection RUSH Sprint Cars, and Bob Conner and Bobby Whitling (Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks).

358 Modifieds

In the 21st Century Energy Group 358 Modifeds, points leader Chad Reitz led the first five laps from the outside front row starting spot. Eric Gabany, subbing again for car owner Steve Slater, ran second, followed by Rudolph Hayden Holden, and Kyle Fink.

Rudolph moved into second on lap five, and he drew a bead on the leader. Coming down the long back stretch on lap six, he made an inside move to grab the first position.

Rudolph did not wither to the pressure applied by Reitz following the pair of restarts that punctuated the remainder of the race. Reitz gave up second to Gabany in the second half of the contest. Fink also picked up a position as the laps were winding down.

At the checkers, it was Rudolph for the second week in a row. He was followed by Gabany, Fink, Reitz, and Holden. Makayla Shannon was sixth, followed by her father, Frank Guidace. Lenny Liebold, III, was eighth.

Gabany was the heat race winner. There was no B Main.

410 Sprints

In the Krill Recycling 410 Sprint Car feature, visitor Dylan Norris sat on the pole, with Matt Farnham to his right. Carl Bowser and Jeremy Weaver had row two covered, followed by Bob Felmlee and Brandon Spithaler. Jack Sodeman, Jr. and A.J. Flick were paired up in row four. The fifth row had Gale Ruth, Jr. and Chase Metheny. Andy Cavanaugh and Bodey McClintock were in row six. Bringing up the tail were Cameron Nastasi, Shane Shook, and Jazlyn Boyles

Norris jumped out to the early lead, followed by Farnham, Weaver, Spithaler, Flick, and Felmlee. He built up a commanding advantage over the first half of the twenty-five lapper.

A caution wiped out his substantial advantage. Brandon Spithaler tried an outside move on Norris in turns one and two. Spithaler lost traction coming off turn two, and Weaver snuck past him going down the backstretch.

Weaver began to close in on Norris, but another caution made his task a bit easier. On the restart, Weaver went hard into turn one. He nosed ahead of Norris coming off turn two, and Norris launched a counter attack down the back chute. Weaver had momentum on his side entering turn three and he became the leader of record.

With just two laps remaining, Norris spun in turn one. Cars began to scatter. Spithaler got by, but Farnham clobbered Norris.

Weaver maintained his composure and completed the final laps without incident. Spithaler was second, followed by Sodeman, Flick, and Bowser. Felmlee, Metheny, Norris, Farnham, and Boyles complete dthe top ten.

Weaver was ecstatic over his first 410 win ever. The win also ended a long dry spell for his car owner, Bob McMillen. His last 410 win came about a decade ago at another area speedway with Mike Lutz at the controls. McMillen also had a 305 Sprint win in the interim, courtesy of Adam Kekich.

The heat winners were Spithaler and Norris. There was no B Main.

RUSH Sprints

John Mollick used his prime starting position to take the early lead over Brent Rhebergen in the 4 Your Car Connection RUSH Sprint Cars. They ran out front for the entire fifteen laps.

There was an intense struggle for the third position, with Arnie Kent eventually prevailing over Trent Marshall, and Joe Buccola. Luke Mulichak, Zach Wilson, Charles McClintock, Ricky Tucker, and Blaze Myers were the next five finishers.

The heat winners were Buccola and Mollick. There was no B Main. A special dash was held to commemorate the birthday of legendary Cal Hull. He was a racer and a car owner for decades in the region. The Dash winner was Devon Deeter.

Pro Stock Make-up Feature

Bob Conner captured his first career Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stock feature in the race held over from a previous rain-out. Conner was engaged in a fierce battle with Doug Iorio, II for the first dozen laps. However, when Iorio limped into the pits under caution, Conner was put on the pole for the restart.

Jackson Humanic made a bold bid for the lead in turn one when the race resumed. However, he could not hold the line and Conner scooted away. Bobby Whitling took advantage and moved into second, but he could not mount a challenge to Conner the rest of the way.

At the finish, it was Conner, Bobby Whitling, Humanic, Tommy Dembowski, and Rod Laskey. Tim Bish was scored in sixth based upon laps completed. The remaining finishers were Charlie McMillen and Aaron Smith. Iorio and Tyler Wyant were also credited with top ten finishes based upon laps completed.

Pro Stock Regular Feature

Bobby Whitling raced from fourth to the front in the early going in the regularly scheduled feature for the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks. For much of the race, Whitling and Jackson Humanic waged a heavyweight title bout for the lead. Tyler Wyant tried to join in the action, butthere was contact between Humaic and Wyant. Wyant broke his front suspension, and Humanic pitted for a fresh tire, giving Whitling undisputed control of the race.

Matt Bernard drove a consistent race to finish second, ahead of Jake Whitling, Josh Seippel, and Humanic. The next five across the line were Pat Fielding, Tommy Dembowski, Charlie McMillen, Jason Kimmy, and Wyant.

The heat winners were Seippel and Humanic. There was no B Main.

Heat Race Challenge

Still leading the Marsh Heating & Cooling Heat Race Challenge is Tim Bish with four victories to his credit. Steve Slater and his sub, Eric Gabany, have combined for three wins. Four drivers have a pair of heat wins.

Coming Events

Next week, Tri-City Raceway Park will be in action with a Sunday Thunder program, albeit with one exception. The Krill Recycling 410 Sprint Cars and the 21st Century Energy Group 358 Modifieds will top the card, as usual. The Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks will also compete. However, the 4 Your Car Connection RUSH Sprint Cars will be off due to a prior commitment at another area track. Taking their place will be the RUSH Sportsmen Modifieds. A standard Sunday Thunder program is on tap for June 30, with autographs for all divisions.

The divisional sponsors of Tri City Raceway Park for 2024 are: Krill Recycling, LLC (410 Sprint Cars), 21st Centure Energy Group (358 Modifieds), Hovis Auto & Truck Supply (Pro Stocks), and 4 Your Car Connection (RUSH Sprint Cars).

All competitors at Tri City Raceway Park will be eligible for the Marsh Heating & Cooling Heat Race Challenge. The driver that wins the most heat races over the courseof the season, regardless of the class, will receive a special award.

Other marketing partners of Tri City Raceway Park for 2024 include: Erie Beer, Wab-Tec (manufacturer of locomotive engines), Schaeffer Lubricants, Keystone Transit (school buses), Blue Ox Timbers (buyers of timberland timber land management), Constable Refuse (residential and commercial garbage collectors), First Rate Realty (real estate sales), Landscape Connection (portable toilets and landscape supplies), KEI-Klapec Express Inc. (trucking company), BKI-Bert Klapec Inc. (excavation and demolition), Shambaugh Towing, Gibson Hill Automotive (auto repair), McCandless Ford Sales (located in Mercer and Meadville), McCandless Trailer Sales (located in Mercer and Meadville), Big Dog RC (remote controlled cars and race track), McGregor Excavating, Les Frickshun (lubricants and undercoating), Bish Heating & Cooling, Wet Hose LLC (pressure washing), Heffern Septic Service, Tionesta Builders Supply (located in Tionesta and Shippenville), UCIP-United Community Independence Program (housing and services for the handicapped), Close Racing Supply, Billy’s Garage & Towing, Oakland-Rampart Equipment (makers of centrifugal dryers, wash systems, and separators).

Remember that you will need to check the Facebook page, Tri City Raceway Park, for current information. The former website is not updated and will soon be replaced.

Tri-City Raceway Park is located just a few miles north of Franklin, PA, at 3430 State Route 417 in Oakland Township. Professional auto racing will be presented in a family friendly atmosphere most Sunday evenings from May through Labor Day weekend.

21st Century Energy Group 358 Modified Feature: Erick Rudolph, Eric Gabany, Kyle Fink, Chad Reitz, Hayden Holden, Makayla Shannon, Frank Guidace, Lenny Liebold, III.

Krill Recycling 410 Sprint Car Feature: Jeremy Weaver, Brandon Spithaler, Jack Sodeman, Jr., A.J. Flick, Carl Bowser, Bob Felmlee, Chase Metheney, Dylan Norris, Matt Farnham, Jazlyn Boyles, Gale Ruth, Jr., Cameron Nastasi, Shane Shook, Bodey McClintock, Andy Cavanaugh.

4 Your Car Connection RUSH Sprint Car Fearure: John Mollick, Brent Rhebergen, Arnie Kent, Trent Marshall, Joe Buccola, Luke Mulichak, Zach Wilson, Charles McClintock, Ricky Tucker, III, Blaze Myers, Devon Deeter, Logen Lockhart.

Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stock Feature: Bobby Whitling, Matt Bernard, Jake Whitling, Josh Seippel, Jackson Humanic, Pat Fielding, Tommy Dembowski, Charlie McMillen, Jason Kimmy, Tyler Wyant, Russ Coyne, Doug Iorio, II, Chris Schneider, Rod Laskey, Aaron Smith, Andrew Hammond (DNS), Mike Miller (DNS), Hunter Exley (DNS), Bob Conner (DNS).

Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stock Make-up Feature: Bob Conner, Bobby Whitling, Jackson Humanic, Tommy Dembowski, Rod Laskey, Tim Bish, Charlie McMillen, Aaron Smith. Doug Iorio, II, Tyler Wyant, Hunter Exley, Andrew Hammond, Pat Fielding, Josh Seippel, Brandon Conner (DNS), Nathan Young (DNS), Allen Lamb (DNS).

 

 

Flick wins 1st of year at Mercer in 410s; Lane takes 1st career in crate modifieds; Jones and Ealy repeat in 305s and mini stocks.

By Jim Balentine (Mercer,Pa)

On a warm sunny evening Michaels Mercer raceway completed its 2nd event of the season along with autograph night.

AJ Flick scored his 1st Mercer 410 sprint feature of 2024, Pat Lane collected his 1st career feature win in the 602 crate modifieds; Vivian Jones won her 1st Racesaver 305 sprint feature of the season and Carl Ealy is 2 for 2 in the mini stocks.

26 410 sprint cars graced the pit area for $3000 to win including a few outsiders from various tracks to take on the Mercer regulars. Previous night’s winner Brandon Spithaler and long time Mercer runner Bob Felmee would lead the field to green with Spithaler instantly taking charge taking a 2.5 seconds gap on the field by lap 4. Several cautions would bunch up the field negating Spithaler’s lead. An incident with a lapped car on the 21st lap would put Spithaler on the tail and give the lead to Bob Felmlee. Felmlee looking for his 25th career Mercer win was on his way to do that until lap 23 when AJ Flick came into the picture. Flick who was running fourth during the latter part of the race and with 2 to go made a daring move around 2 cars in one lap to move into 2nd and then passed Felmlee on lap 24. Adam Kekich would then get around Felmlee on the last lap to finish 2nd. Carl Bowser finished 4th and Logan McCandless was 5th.

AJ would say “sometimes you win races with your mind… every lap you’re scared you may run out of fuel and you want to keep your tire pressure up… to come from 7th to win is above our expectations with a small crew but to win puts a cherry on top. Bob (Felmlee) was running up top until Adam (Kekich) showed him a lane and I figured I could use my clean lane in the middle and I felt I had a shot even if the race stayed green but with the yellow it did help.”

After a winless 2023 4th generation racer Vivian Jones rebounded to win her 1st Racesaver 305 sprint feature of the year and 3rd overall in the 20 lap event. Nolan Groves would lead the first lap until Jones would take the position on lap 2.

Longtime veteran Andy Priest would come from his 4th starting spot to take 2nd on lap 7. A spirited battle between division champions Jake Gomola and Jeremy Kornbau would take place with both drivers swapping 3rd and 4th throughout the event but could get no closer to Priest then 1.06 seconds behind. A late race caution would give Priest one last chance for the win but Jones was too strong capturing the feature by .923 over Priest on a night where her grandparents Wibb and Darlene Juillerat would celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with her.

A happy Vivian would say, “we complete revamped our program with a brand new car and set up and a whole different way to race .. I have a lot of respect for Andy (Priest) his daughter is a good friend of mine and I love to beat him because he and Jeremy (Kornbau) are 2 of the best!! I want to congratulate my grandparents on their 50th wedding anniversary today and dedicate this race to my uncle Bruce who passed away.” Gomola would finish 3rd, Kornbau 4th and Shane Heath 5th.

Anytime you can hold of a veteran driver who has competed at Mercer since the 1970s you have to be great and Pat Lane did just that in holding off multi time feature winner and track champion Jeff Schaffer Sr. by a scant .234 to win his first career 602 crate modified feature after finishing a career best of 2nd on June 11 2022.

Lane would take the lead at the start and hold off numerous attempts by Schaffer lap after lap while working methodically through lapped traffic. 16 time winner Eric Gabany took over 3rd on lap 8 and fought with 6 time winner Bill Adams all over the speedway for the position. Meanwhile up front Lane would try to open the gap on Schaffer and had a 1.4 second lead but on the last lap Schaffer would make a veteran move and run side by side but Lane with his fist pumping won by just .234 over Schaffer Sr. Gabany would hold off Adams for 3rd and Ryan Gutherie would have a Mercer career best finishing 5th. Pat would say “ it feels pretty good I knew the Schaffer’s were there so I didn’t want to mess up!!! I got a little swirly and I was like just get to the line. It was a bar car before and we made it a coil car and it made all the difference!”

Carl Ealy worked his way from 5th to take the lead on lap 9 and went on to win his milestone 15th career mini stock win. It wouldn’t be easy however as he would have to contend with other drivers. Andrew Thompson would lead the field to green and would lead the first 3 laps until Corey Bice would take over.

Just as Bice was looking to pick up his first career checkered he dropped out on lap 7 with mechanical failure. Ealy took the lead on lap 9 and withstood a challenge by Chaz Smith to pick up the win. Dillon Thorne was 3rd, Braden Bice 4th and Andrew Thompson 5th.

305 Sprints - Winged 16 Entries A Feature 1 20 Laps 1. 20M-Vivian Jones[2]; 2. 21N-Andy Priest[5]; 3. 4J-Jacob Gomola[3]; 4. 27K-Jeremy Kornbau[6]; 5. 17S-Shane Heath[4]; 6. 25G-Nolan Groves[1]; 7. 88-Greg Dobrosky[14]; 8. 25-Jarrett Rosencrance[7]; 9. 82M-Roman Jones[9]; 10. 42-Jim Pattock[8]; 11. 72-Mike Mathieson[10]; 12. 21-Hunter Hite[12]; 13. 30-Jazlyn Boyles[13]; 14. 15-Lacey Shuttlesworth[16]; 15. 34M-Aaron Marano[15]; 16. 3B-Ryan Beatty[11]

Heat 1 8 Laps 1. 21N-Andy Priest[4]; 2. 17S-Shane Heath[1]; 3. 20M-Vivian Jones[3]; 4. 27K-Jeremy Kornbau[5]; 5. 82M-Roman Jones[6]; 6. 3B-Ryan Beatty[2]; 7. 34M-Aaron Marano[8]; 8. 88-Greg Dobrosky[7]

Heat 2 8 Laps 1. 42-Jim Pattock[2]; 2. 4J-Jacob Gomola[6]; 3. 25G-Nolan Groves[4]; 4. 25-Jarrett Rosencrance[3]; 5. 72-Mike Mathieson[1]; 6. 21-Hunter Hite[7]; 7. 30-Jazlyn Boyles[5]; 8. 15-Lacey Shuttlesworth[8]

Sport Compact 15 Entries A Feature 1 15 Laps 1. 0-Carl Ealy[8]; 2. 13S-Chaz Smith[6]; 3. 60-Dillon Thorne[11]; 4. 77-Braden Bice[1]; 5. 45-Andrew Thompson[2]; 6. 02-Devin Haley[15]; 7. 54-Tim Callahan[5]; 8. 10-Corey Bice[7]; 9. 22D-Chuck Davis[9]; 10. 10J-Bill Fuchs[4]; 11. 9R-Ben Aley[10]; 12. 13-Joshua Funkhouser[3]; 13. (DNS) 38-Randy Ealy; 14. (DNS) 6-Mike Kelley; 15. (DNS) 12-Phil King

Heat 1 8 Laps 1. 10-Corey Bice[1]; 2. 54-Tim Callahan[3]; 3. 0-Carl Ealy[4]; 4. 45-Andrew Thompson[2]; 5. 22D-Chuck Davis[5]; 6. 60-Dillon Thorne[7]; 7. 12-Phil King[8]; 8. 02-Devin Haley[6]

Heat 2 8 Laps 1. 13S-Chaz Smith[3]; 2. 10J-Bill Fuchs[1]; 3. 13-Joshua Funkhouser[5]; 4. 77-Braden Bice[7]; 5. 9R-Ben Aley[2]; 6. 38-Randy Ealy[4]; 7. 6-Mike Kelley[6]

Crate Modified 17 Entries A Feature 1 20 Laps 1. 12L-Patrick Lane[1]; 2. 14-Jeff Schaffer Sr[2]; 3. 4S-Eric Gabany[6]; 4. 717-Bill Adams[8]; 5. 312-Ryan Gutherie[4]; 6. 7-Brenten Kay[7]; 7. 7P-Caden Petry[3]; 8. 41-Brian Schaffer[9]; 9. 404-Gary R Smoker[13]; 10. 1-Jim Bryce[14]; 11. 02-Jeremy Beichner[10]; 12. 29A-Anthony Antus[11]; 13. 07L-Mark Sevin[12]; 14. 113-Don Cornelius[15]; 15. 71-Gage Priester[5]; 16. 51R-Thomas Rogers[16]; 17. (DNS) 119-Joe Gibson

Heat 1 8 Laps 1. 12L-Patrick Lane[1]; 2. 7P-Caden Petry[5]; 3. 71-Gage Priester[2]; 4. 7-Brenten Kay[3]; 5. 41-Brian Schaffer[7]; 6. 29A-Anthony Antus[4]; 7. 404-Gary R Smoker[9]; 8. 113-Don Cornelius[6]; 9. (DNS) 119-Joe Gibson

Heat 2 8 Laps 1. 14-Jeff Schaffer Sr[3]; 2. 312-Ryan Gutherie[1]; 3. 4S-Eric Gabany[4]; 4. 717-Bill Adams[2]; 5. 02-Jeremy Beichner[7]; 6. 07L-Mark Sevin[6]; 7. 1-Jim Bryce[5]; 8. 51R-Thomas Rogers[8]

410 Sprints - Winged 26 Entries A Feature 1 25 Laps 1. 2-AJ Flick[7]; 2. 5K-Adam Kekich[4]; 3. 6-Bob Felmlee[2]; 4. 11-Carl Bowser[5]; 5. 29-Logan McCandless[9]; 6. 20B-Cody Bova[14]; 7. 27K-Jeremy Kornbau[11]; 8. 23JR-Jack Sodeman Jr[6]; 9. 24-Gale Ruth Jr[8]; 10. 22-Brandon Spithaler[1]; 11. 14-Sean Rayhall[10]; 12. 16-Jim Morris[16]; 13. 38-Leyton Wagner[3]; 14. 33-Brent Matus[13]; 15. 7-Aiden Borden[19]; 16. 99-Cameron Nastasi[23]; 17. 21-Bryan Salisbury[20]; 18. 47-Dusty Larson[12]; 19. 5E-Bobby Elliott[15]; 20. 14K-Tori Knutson[18]; 21. 86-Michael Lutz Jr[17]; 22. 31C-Chase Metheney[25]; 23. 8-Natalie Brannon[22]; 24. 4W-Eric L Williams[24]; 25. (DNS) 36-John Trenca; 26. (DNS) 25-Chris Myers

Heat 1 8 Laps 1. 23JR-Jack Sodeman Jr[1]; 2. 38-Leyton Wagner[2]; 3. 2-AJ Flick[4]; 4. 14-Sean Rayhall[5]; 5. 33-Brent Matus[3]; 6. 16-Jim Morris[7]; 7. 7-Aiden Borden[8]; 8. 8-Natalie Brannon[9]; 9. 4W-Eric L Williams[6]; 10. 25-Chris Myers[10]

Heat 2 8 Laps 1. 11-Carl Bowser[3]; 2. 6-Bob Felmlee[1]; 3. 24-Gale Ruth Jr[2]; 4. 27K-Jeremy Kornbau[5]; 5. 20B-Cody Bova[4]; 6. 86-Michael Lutz Jr[7]; 7. 21-Bryan Salisbury[6]; 8. 99-Cameron Nastasi[9]; 9. 31C-Chase Metheney[8]

Heat 3 8 Laps 1. 5K-Adam Kekich[1]; 2. 22-Brandon Spithaler[5]; 3. 29-Logan McCandless[4]; 4. 47-Dusty Larson[2]; 5. 5E-Bobby Elliott[6]; 6. 14K-Tori Knutson[7]; 7. 36-John Trenca[3]

 

 

Timms, Barger and Dann Net First Huset's Speedway Victories of Season During Goodin Company Night

Inside Line Promotions - BRANDON, S.D. (June 16, 2024) - Ryan Timms, Nate Barger and Tim Dann each earned their first feature win of the season at Huset's Speedway on Sunday during Goodin Company Night.

Kerry Madsen paced the field for the opening 20 laps of the 25-lap Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars main event. Seventh-starting Timms found something in the middle of the track midway through the race and rocketed forward, advancing from sixth to third on Lap 16 and sliding Tim Kaeding for second place on Lap 17. Timms closed to within a couple of car lengths of Madsen in traffic before something happened to Madsen's car as he got over the cushion and into the wall in turn one on Lap 21.

Timms inherited the lead after the accident, which he also caught a little bit of contact in with his right rear as Madsen's car flipped. That didn't slow Timms as he led the remainder of the race, which included a green-white-checkered finish, to become the sixth different winner in six division races this season.

"It was so awesome," he said. "I love coming here. I'm super happy to be back. Once I pulled the seven in the redraw I knew I had a chance at winning, but it was a lot more slim. I caught up to Kerry there and the curb was real solid and ledgy and it got him. I have no idea how I didn't get caught up in that. I thought he landed on my car. I'm super fortunate there."

Kaeding advanced from sixth to a runner-up result for his second podium of the season at the track.

"We had a good race track," he said. "You get up on the top and let 'er eat. Ryan got ahead of us when I got into the fence a couple of times."

Scott Bogucki charged from 10 th to a Huset's Speedway season-best outing of third place.

"The guys gave me a great race car," he said. "For the first five or six laps I was a little worried. I found the bottom and started getting some momentum and found third."

Chase Randall finished fourth and Justin Henderson was fifth after a last-lap pass.

Madsen set quick time during qualifying before the heat races were won by Tim Estenson, Timms, Brian Brown and Scott Winters. Brendan Mullen was the B Main winner.

Barger led the final 17 laps of the 20-lap Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series feature to garner his first career sprint car win at the track. He is now the sixth different winner in as many races at Huset's Speedway this season.

"You kinda had to lay it all out there," he said. "We had some good track conditions and I looked like I knew what I was doing for a change. It's been a long time trying. We're going to drink a beer and have a good time."

The race got off to a slow start with two red flags and two additional cautions within the first three laps. However, it went non-stop for the remainder of the race as Jacob Peterson rallied from 11 th to second. Tyler Rabenberg hustled from 10 th to third with Dominic Dobesh, who led the first three laps, placing fourth. Casey Abbas scored a fifth-place result.

Corbin Erickson, Matt Johnson, Dobesh, Barger and Ramsie Shoenrock each posted a heat race triumph. The B Mains were won by Koby Werkmeister and Nick Barger.

Dann was out front for all 18 laps to capture his first Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks triumph of the season.

Matt Steuerwald ran a close second throughout much of the race before points leader J.J. Zebell, who started 11th, powered into the runner-up position on Lap 17. Zebell drove to the rear of Dann's car entering turn one on the last lap, but he came up a couple of car lengths shy of the victory as the checkered flag was waved.

"That was fun," Dann said. "I was just trying to hit the bottom and not mess up. I knew Matt was probably going to be right there and I was just trying to hit my marks. This is fun. We've been really good here this year."

Steuerwald rounded out the podium with Dan Jensen finishing fourth and 12th-starting Zach Olivier fifth.

Steuerwald, Shaun Taylor and Tracy Halouska were the heat race winners.

Huset's Speedway hosts one of the biggest weeks in short track racing this week with the $100,000-to-win Huset's Hustle running Wednesday and Thursday before the BillionAuto.com High Bank Nationals presented by MENARDS on Friday and Saturday with the winner of the finale earning $250,000. All four nights feature the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series.

GOODIN COMPANY NIGHT RESULTS AT HUSET'S SPEEDWAY (June 16, 2024) -

Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 5T-Ryan Timms (7); 2. 3-Tim Kaeding (6); 3. 10-Scott Bogucki (10); 4. 2KS-Chase Randall (8); 5. 83-Justin Henderson (5); 6. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (4); 7. 13-Mark Dobmeier (15); 8. 21-Brian Brown (9); 9. 14T-Tim Estenson (12); 10. 22-Riley Goodno (18); 11. 11M-Brendan Mullen (21); 12. 09-Matt Juhl (13); 13. 16-Skylar Prochaska (3); 14. 17G-Lee Goos Jr (24); 15. 95-Tyler Drueke (23); 16. 83JR-Sam Henderson (20); 17. 5G-Gage Pulkrabek (14); 18. 14H-Scott Winters (11); 19. 17B-Ryan Bickett (25); 20. 44-Chris Martin (22); 21. 81-Stuart Snyder (19); 22. 74N-Luke Nellis (16); 23. (DNF) 64-Andy Pake (2); 24. (DNF) 55-Kerry Madsen (1); 25. (DNF) 1A-Jacob Allen (17).

B Feature (10 Laps): 1. 11M-Brendan Mullen (3); 2. 44-Chris Martin (1); 3. 95-Tyler Drueke (4); 4. 17G-Lee Goos Jr (6); 5. 24T-Christopher Thram (2); 6. 17B-Ryan Bickett (9); 7. 8-Jacob Hughes (5); 8. 10J-Justin Jacobsma (8); 9. 22W-Aaron Werner (7); 10. 78-Bill Wagner (10).

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 14T-Tim Estenson (1); 2. 3-Tim Kaeding (3); 3. 55-Kerry Madsen (4); 4. 09-Matt Juhl (2); 5. 1A-Jacob Allen (5); 6. 8-Jacob Hughes (7); 7. 44-Chris Martin (6); 8. (DNF) 17B-Ryan Bickett (8).

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 5T-Ryan Timms (2); 2. 5G-Gage Pulkrabek (1); 3. 83-Justin Henderson (4); 4. 2KS-Chase Randall (3); 5. 22-Riley Goodno (5); 6. 24T-Christopher Thram (6); 7. 17G-Lee Goos Jr (7); 8. (DNS) 78-Bill Wagner.

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 21-Brian Brown (2); 2. 13-Mark Dobmeier (1); 3. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (4); 4. 10-Scott Bogucki (3); 5. 11M-Brendan Mullen (6); 6. 81-Stuart Snyder (5); 7. 22W-Aaron Werner (7).

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 14H-Scott Winters (2); 2. 74N-Luke Nellis (1); 3. 64-Andy Pake (3); 4. 16-Skylar Prochaska (4); 5. 95-Tyler Drueke (7); 6. 83JR-Sam Henderson (5); 7. 10J-Justin Jacobsma (6).

Qualifying (2 Laps): 1. 55-Kerry Madsen, 00:11.111 (11); 2. 83-Justin Henderson, 00:11.129 (22); 3. 22K-Kaleb Johnson, 00:11.139 (1); 4. 16-Skylar Prochaska, 00:11.187 (27); 5. 3-Tim Kaeding, 00:11.203 (25); 6. 2KS-Chase Randall, 00:11.213 (18); 7. 10-Scott Bogucki, 00:11.234 (3); 8. 64-Andy Pake, 00:11.245 (8); 9. 09-Matt Juhl, 00:11.270 (23); 10. 5T-Ryan Timms, 00:11.277 (4); 11. 21-Brian Brown, 00:11.302 (10); 12. 14H-Scott Winters, 00:11.351 (19); 13. 14T-Tim Estenson, 00:11.366 (21); 14. 5G-Gage Pulkrabek, 00:11.367 (2); 15. 13-Mark Dobmeier, 00:11.375 (14); 16. 74N-Luke Nellis, 00:11.409 (20); 17. 1A-Jacob Allen, 00:11.417 (6); 18. 22-Riley Goodno, 00:11.425 (26); 19. 81-Stuart Snyder, 00:11.445 (24); 20. 83JR-Sam Henderson, 00:11.459 (9); 21. 44-Chris Martin, 00:11.467 (15); 22. 24T-Christopher Thram, 00:11.469 (7); 23. 11M-Brendan Mullen, 00:11.487 (16); 24. 10J-Justin Jacobsma, 00:11.496 (29); 25. 8-Jacob Hughes, 00:11.505 (12); 26. 17G-Lee Goos Jr, 00:11.531 (28); 27. 22W-Aaron Werner, 00:11.599 (13); 28. 95-Tyler Drueke, 00:11.616 (30); 29. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 00:11.695 (17); 30. 78-Bill Wagner, 00:12.186 (5).

Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks

A Feature (18 Laps): 1. 40-Tim Dann (2); 2. 29Z-JJ Zebell (11); 3. 3-Matt Steuerwald (4); 4. 98-Dan Jensen (8); 5. 71-Zach Olivier (12); 6. 64-Cory Yeigh (14); 7. 99-Ryan DeBoer (1); 8. 3M-Brett Martin (17); 9. 83-Nick Janssen (6); 10. 55-John Hoing (16); 11. 1X-Aaron Foote (15); 12. 21-Ron Howe (18); 13. 9-Kyle DeBoer (13); 14. (DNF) 2-Shaun Taylor (5); 15. (DNF) 86-Tracy Halouska (3); 16. (DNF) 51-Billy Prouty (7); 17. (DNF) 12-Mike Chaney (9); 18. (DNF) 15-Brandon Ferguson (10).

Fastenal Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 3-Matt Steuerwald (2); 2. 51-Billy Prouty (3); 3. 15-Brandon Ferguson (5); 4. 71-Zach Olivier (6); 5. 9-Kyle DeBoer (1); 6. (DNF) 21-Ron Howe (4).

Midwest Oil / VP Fuels Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 2-Shaun Taylor (3); 2. 40-Tim Dann (2); 3. 12-Mike Chaney (5); 4. 99-Ryan DeBoer (1); 5. 64-Cory Yeigh (6); 6. 55-John Hoing (4).

Midwest Oil / VP Fuels Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 86-Tracy Halouska (2); 2. 83-Nick Janssen (3); 3. 29Z-JJ Zebell (6); 4. 98-Dan Jensen (4); 5. 1X-Aaron Foote (1); 6. 3M-Brett Martin (5).

Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 98-Nate Barger (2); 2. 80P-Jacob Peterson (11); 3. 18R-Tyler Rabenberg (10); 4. 9-Dominic Dobesh (1); 5. 17V-Casey Abbas (8); 6. 12L-John Lambertz (13); 7. 30-Matt Johnson (5); 8. 31-Koby Werkmeister (16); 9. 18-Corbin Erickson (6); 10. 9A-Hunter Hanson (18); 11. 81-Jared Jansen (19); 12. 23V-Michalob Voeltz (21); 13. 14-Nick Barger (17); 14. 28-Nicholas Winter (15); 15. 56-Bill Johnson (20); 16. 9X-Ramsie Shoenrock (3); 17. 62J-Jay Masur (4); 18. 97-Jackson Weber (12); 19. (DNF) 32-Trefer Waller (7); 20. (DNF) 17D-Dillon Bickett (9); 21. (DNF) 7L-Jesse Lindberg (14).

B Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 31-Koby Werkmeister (2); 2. 9A-Hunter Hanson (1); 3. 56-Bill Johnson (3); 4. 03-Shayle Bade (7); 5. 2D-Dusty Ballenger (6); 6. 6B-Bayley Ballenger (4); 7. 1R-Zach Patterson (11); 8. 34DD-Brady Donnohue (9); 9. 23A-Aydin Lloyd (5); 10. 1-Amelia Eisenschenk (10); 11. (DNF) 45-Monty Ferriera (8); 12. (DNS) 57-Kyle Magnuson.

B Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 14-Nick Barger (2); 2. 81-Jared Jansen (3); 3. 23V-Michalob Voeltz (1); 4. 23-Brandon Bosma (6); 5. X-Dylan Waxdahl (7); 6. 48-Cole Olson (4); 7. 15V-Cole Vanderheiden (10); 8. 13G-Gaige Weldon (9); 9. 67-Dan Carsrud (5); 10. 55R-Ryan Serrao (8); 11. 28G-Gracyn Masur (12); 12. (DNF) 35X-Jeff Lackey (11).

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 18-Corbin Erickson (3); 2. 62J-Jay Masur (2); 3. 80P-Jacob Peterson (4); 4. 9A-Hunter Hanson (6); 5. 6B-Bayley Ballenger (5); 6. 2D-Dusty Ballenger (7); 7. 34DD-Brady Donnohue (8); 8. (DNS) 88-Nate Thelen.

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 30-Matt Johnson (2); 2. 17V-Casey Abbas (4); 3. 97-Jackson Weber (1); 4. 31-Koby Werkmeister (6); 5. 23A-Aydin Lloyd (3); 6. 03-Shayle Bade (7); 7. 1-Amelia Eisenschenk (5); 8. 1R-Zach Patterson (8).

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 9-Dominic Dobesh (1); 2. 32-Trefer Waller (3); 3. 12L-John Lambertz (4); 4. 56-Bill Johnson (6); 5. 81-Jared Jansen (7); 6. 45-Monty Ferriera (5); 7. 55R-Ryan Serrao (8); 8. (DNF) 57-Kyle Magnuson (2).

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 98-Nate Barger (1); 2. 18R-Tyler Rabenberg (6); 3. 7L-Jesse Lindberg (2); 4. 23V-Michalob Voeltz (3); 5. 48-Cole Olson (4); 6. 23-Brandon Bosma (7); 7. 13G-Gaige Weldon (5); 8. (DNF) 35X-Jeff Lackey (8).

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 9X-Ramsie Shoenrock (1); 2. 17D-Dillon Bickett (5); 3. 28-Nicholas Winter (2); 4. 14-Nick Barger (4); 5. 67-Dan Carsrud (3); 6. X-Dylan Waxdahl (6); 7. 15V-Cole Vanderheiden (7); 8. 28G-Gracyn Masur (8).

2024 HUSET'S SPEEDWAY WEEKLY DIVISION FEATURE WINNERS -

Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars :

Tyler Drueke- 1(May 19); Tim Kaeding - 1 (May 27); Anthony Macri - 1 (June 2); Austin McCarl - 1 (June 9); Daison Pursley - 1 (May 26); and Ryan Timms - 1 (June 16)

Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks:

Zach Olivier - 2 (May 27 and June 9); Cory Yeigh - 2(May 26 and June 2); Tim Dann - 1 (June 16); and Brylee Gough- 1(May 19)

Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series:

Dusty Ballenger- 1(May 19); Nate Barger - 1 (June 16); Monty Ferriera - 1 (May 27); Zach Patterson - 1 (June 9); Andrew Sullivan - 1 (June 2); and Cole Vanderheiden - 1 (May 26)

UP NEXT -

Wednesday through Saturday for the $100,000-to-win Huset's Hustle and the $250,000-to-win BillionAuto.com High Bank Nationals presented by MENARDS featuring the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series

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MCPHERSON, WESTBROOK, BEGOLO, LOGGIE, AND THORNE TAKE OHSWEKEN WINS

Article Credit: Brent Otchere

OHSWEKEN, Ont. (June 14, 2024) – Renway Energy and McKeough Supply presented the Race Of Champions Sportsman Shootout at Ohsweken Speedway on Friday; Cody McPherson, Dylan Westbrook, Brent Begolo, Ron Loggie, Wayde Thorne took A-Main wins.

RoC Sportsman Modifieds
The 25 lap Sportsman Modified A-Main began with Kraig Handly on pole and Noah Mamo starting alongside. Cody McPherson made quick work, leading the first lap after starting fourth on the grid. McPherson was on rails, leading the race with a healthy cushion to the rest of the pack. The race ran caution-free despite the hard battling in the mid-field. McPherson had to deal with traffic near the end of the race however he navigated through it, losing little time and winning the race by a fair margin. Next to cross the finish line were James Friesen in second, Mamo third, Chad Chevalier fourth, and Adam Leslie fifth.

Kool Kidz-Corr/Pak 360 Sprint Cars
The front row of the grid featured Darren Dryden and Dylan Westbrook to begin the 25 lap 360 Sprint Car A-Main. Westbook led the first lap, overtaking Dryden. Cory Turner turned up the wick on the opening laps, threatening Westbrook’s lead. Westbrook responded by putting a large gap between himself and Cory Turner as they both had to steer through heavy traffic. With five laps to go Westbrook was checked out with a four second lead over Cory Turner. Westbrook secured the victory, his fourth in a row to remain undefeated at Ohsweken in 2024. Cory Turner finished in second with his brother Ryan Turner again sharing the podium with him. Rounding out the top five were Mike Bowman in fourth and Nick Sheridan in fifth.

Strickland’s Crate Sprint Cars
Jonah Mutton started on pole alongside Steve Murdock to take the green flag for the 20 lap Crate Sprint A-Main. Murdock led the opening laps until a caution flag fell due to A.J. Lewis spinning to a stop in turn three. Murdock led a smooth restart to green while Brent Begolo got around Mutton for second place. Begolo used traffic to his benefit, quickly catching the leader Murdock by lap twelve. Begolo went on to win his first career Crate Sprint feature. Rounding out the top five were Murdock in second, Mutton third, Al Sleight fourth, and Ashton VanEvery fifth.

Middleport Mechanical Thunder Stocks
Kyle Andress started on pole with Blake Jr Bomberry next to him for the 20 lap Thunder Stock A-Main. Bomberry led the first lap and quickly putting a gap over the field. Ron Loggie was on a furious charge through the field after starting 16th on the grid. On lap six, Loggie could be found in second place after overtaking the previous week’s winner, Kyle Wert. Lap nine saw a caution flag fall due to Remington Price coming to a stop on the backstretch. Loggie had a great launch off the restart, overtaking Bomberry for the lead. This proved to be the key to win the race, as no one could catch Loggie when he was in clean air. Loggie picked up his first Ohsweken Speedway win by more than two seconds. Rounding out the top five were Ryan Beagle in second, Kyle Wert third, Rodney Rutherford fourth, and Jim Lampman fifth.

HRW Automotive Mini Stocks
Aiden Maynard and Christopher French brought the 28 car field to the green flag for the Mini Stock A-Main. Fabio Olivieri rocketed ahead and assumed the lead on the first lap after starting third on the grid. The race quickly became an endurance test though, as nine caution flags fell during the event. Points leader Alex Riley had the roughest day, bringing out the first caution after spinning to a stop on lap two. Riley then lost a rear bumper, bringing out a caution for debris on the track on lap five. Riley looked good and tried to salvage a finish until more calamity struck on lap eight, when a chain reaction resulted in Maynard clipping Riley, sending Riley straight into the wall and ending his race. The final caution of the race brought a green-white-checkered finish. Wayde Thorne prevailed in a three-wide finish to take the win, with Jeff Elsliger taking second and Tristan DaSilva third. Gillian Hils and Nick Erskine finished in fourth and fifth respectively.

Up Next at Ohsweken Speedway
FS Partners & County Line present the Late Model Open on Friday, June 20, featuring Late Models, Strickland’s Crate Sprint Cars, Middleport Mechanical Thunder Stocks, and HRW Automotive Mini Stocks. Visit www.ohswekenspeedway.ca for more information.
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Ohsweken Speedway Statistical Report
Friday, June 14, 2024
Ohsweken, Ontario, Canada
Renway Energy & McKeough Supply
Total Entries: 138
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RoC Sportsman Modifieds (18 Entries)

A-Main [Started] 25 laps – 7:47.938
1. 7-Cody McPherson[4]; 2. 72-James Friesen[7]; 3. 3N-Noah Mamo[2]; 4. 12-Chad Chevalier[6]; 5. 15-Adam Leslie[3]; 6. 185-Brad Rouse[17]; 7. 91-Kraig Handley[1]; 8. 22-Terry Smith[9]; 9. 74-Taylor Vanderzanden[5]; 10. 20-Jay Mallory[10]; 11. 99PJR-Matteo Panunte[12]; 12. 108-Bill Bleich[8]; 13. 5S-Matt Sharpe[14]; 14. 108X-Glenn Styres[16]; 15. 11-Dan Ferguson[11]; 16. 23N-Nathan Peattie[15]; 17. 13M-Daniel McKay[13]; 18. (DNF) 24-Doug Walsh Jr[18]
Hard Charger – Brad Rouse +11

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – NT
1. 74-Taylor Vanderzanden[1]; 2. 15-Adam Leslie[2]; 3. 72-James Friesen[5]; 4. 91-Kraig Handley[6]; 5. 22-Terry Smith[7]; 6. 11-Dan Ferguson[9]; 7. 13M-Daniel McKay[4]; 8. 23N-Nathan Peattie[8]; 9. (DNF) 185-Brad Rouse[3]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – NT
1. 12-Chad Chevalier[1]; 2. 7-Cody McPherson[2]; 3. 3N-Noah Mamo[3]; 4. 108-Bill Bleich[4]; 5. 20-Jay Mallory[6]; 6. 99PJR-Matteo Panunte[5]; 7. 5S-Matt Sharpe[9]; 8. 108X-Glenn Styres[8]; 9. (DNF) 24-Doug Walsh Jr[7]

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Kool Kidz-Corr/Pak 360 Sprint Cars (22 Entries)

A-Main [Started] 25 laps – NT
1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[2]; 2. 17X-Cory Turner[4]; 3. 15-Ryan Turner[6]; 4. 71-Mike Bowman[13]; 5. 45-Nick Sheridan[8]; 6. 12DD-Darren Dryden[1]; 7. 19D-Allan Downey[10]; 8. 5-DJ Christie[7]; 9. 94-Todd Hoddick[5]; 10. 90-Travis Cunningham[9]; 11. 7-Eric Gledhill[15]; 12. 9-Liam Martin[12]; 13. 7NY-Matt Farnham[19]; 14. 0-Glenn Styres[11]; 15. 84L-Mike Lichty[17]; 16. 88H-Josh Hansen[3]; 17. 77T-Tyeller Powless[16]; 18. 87X-Shone Evans[21]; 19. 84-Tyler Rand[14]; 20. 68-Aaron Turkey[18]; 21. 46-Kevin Pauls[22]; 22. (DNF) 21-John Burbridge Jr[20]
Hard Charger – Mike Bowman +9

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – 2:01.486
1. 88H-Josh Hansen[4]; 2. 5-DJ Christie[1]; 3. 94-Todd Hoddick[5]; 4. 15-Ryan Turner[7]; 5. 7-Eric Gledhill[2]; 6. 68-Aaron Turkey[3]; 7. 84L-Mike Lichty[8]; 8. 46-Kevin Pauls[6]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – 2:07.491
1. 45-Nick Sheridan[1]; 2. 17X-Cory Turner[6]; 3. 90-Travis Cunningham[4]; 4. 9-Liam Martin[3]; 5. 71-Mike Bowman[5]; 6. 7NY-Matt Farnham[2]; 7. 21-John Burbridge Jr[7]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 8 laps – 2:06.263
1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[1]; 2. 12DD-Darren Dryden[4]; 3. 0-Glenn Styres[2]; 4. 19D-Allan Downey[6]; 5. 84-Tyler Rand[3]; 6. 77T-Tyeller Powless[5]; 7. 87X-Shone Evans[7]
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Strickland’s Crate Sprint Cars (38 Entries)

A-Main [Started] 20 laps – NT
1. 71-Brent Begolo[3]; 2. 2M-Steve Murdock[2]; 3. 98-Jonah Mutton[1]; 4. 2S-Al Sleight[6]; 5. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[5]; 6. 52-Jesse Costa[9]; 7. BS39-Brett Stratford[19]; 8. 777A-Tyler Willard[21]; 9. 88-Lance Erskine[4]; 10. 20-Johnny Miller[11]; 11. 9C-Brian Nanticoke[13]; 12. 45-Curtis Gartly[12]; 13. 94-Ryan Fraser[8]; 14. 72-Tanner Podwinski[14]; 15. 16X-Keegan Baker[26]; 16. 97-Sheldon Bender[7]; 17. 99-Joshua Hill[20]; 18. 74-Rob Neely[10]; 19. 24A-AJ Lewis[15]; 20. 14-Larry Gledhill[17]; 21. 53-Logan Shwedyk[23]; 22. 14W-Greg Wilson[24]; 23. 14B-Broden Weiler[18]; 24. 28T-Cameron Thomson[22]; 25. 51-Trevor Young[16]; 26. 2-Travis Hofstetter[28]; 27. 777T-Cameron Olm[27]; 28. 50LS-Adrian Stahle[25]
Hard Charger – Tyler Willard +13

B-Main [Started] 12 laps – NT
1. 777A-Tyler Willard[6]; 2. 28T-Cameron Thomson[1]; 3. 53-Logan Shwedyk[9]; 4. 14W-Greg Wilson[2]; 5. 50LS-Adrian Stahle[7]; 6. 16X-Keegan Baker[8]; 7. 777T-Cameron Olm[4]; 8. 2-Travis Hofstetter[3]; 9. 3-Devon Bacher[12]; 10. 69K-Ken Hamilton[17]; 11. 24K-Kiana Teal[11]; 12. M52-Marc Surprenant[14]; 13. 7-Caleb Wood[15]; 14. 38-Melissa Miller[5]; 15. 11W-Brennen Hagar[13]; 16. (DNF) 29W-Tyler Ward[18]; 17. (DNF) 27-Niko Hansen[10]; 18. (DNF) 85C-Cam MacKinnon[16]

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – NT
1. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[3]; 2. 2S-Al Sleight[4]; 3. 74-Rob Neely[5]; 4. 14-Larry Gledhill[2]; 5. 51-Trevor Young[6]; 6. 28T-Cameron Thomson[10]; 7. 2-Travis Hofstetter[9]; 8. 24K-Kiana Teal[8]; 9. 69K-Ken Hamilton[1]; 10. 85C-Cam MacKinnon[7]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – NT
1. 94-Ryan Fraser[4]; 2. 98-Jonah Mutton[5]; 3. 97-Sheldon Bender[6]; 4. 14B-Broden Weiler[1]; 5. 99-Joshua Hill[2]; 6. 14W-Greg Wilson[7]; 7. 777T-Cameron Olm[9]; 8. 38-Melissa Miller[10]; 9. (DNF) M52-Marc Surprenant[3]; 10. (DNF) 7-Caleb Wood[8]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 8 laps – 2:09.272
1. 2M-Steve Murdock[4]; 2. 45-Curtis Gartly[2]; 3. 88-Lance Erskine[6]; 4. 9C-Brian Nanticoke[5]; 5. 72-Tanner Podwinski[7]; 6. 50LS-Adrian Stahle[3]; 7. 3-Devon Bacher[1]; 8. (DNF) 27-Niko Hansen[8]; 9. (DNS) 29W-Tyler Ward

Heat Race 4 [Started] 8 laps – 2:10.656
1. 52-Jesse Costa[1]; 2. 20-Johnny Miller[2]; 3. 71-Brent Begolo[8]; 4. 24A-AJ Lewis[4]; 5. BS39-Brett Stratford[5]; 6. 777A-Tyler Willard[3]; 7. 16X-Keegan Baker[7]; 8. 53-Logan Shwedyk[9]; 9. 11W-Brennen Hagar[6]
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Middleport Mechanical Thunder Stocks (25 Entries)

A-Main [Started] 20 laps – NT
1. 97-Ron Loggie[16]; 2. 84RK-Ryan Beagle[20]; 3. 19-Kyle Wert[14]; 4. 24R-Rodney Rutherford[17]; 5. 28-Jim Lampman[11]; 6. 96-Steve Shaw Sr[18]; 7. 8-Ryan Dinning[10]; 8. 49-Dave Bailey[15]; 9. 41-Adam Plazek[3]; 10. 23-Trevor DeBoer[13]; 11. 24-Blake Bomberry Jr[2]; 12. 108-Zach Bleich[12]; 13. 28D-Donny Lampman[19]; 14. 93K-Mike Klazinga[22]; 15. 55-Mike Thorne[9]; 16. 03-George Grosul[5]; 17. 13-Kacey Huffman[7]; 18. 43-Kyle Andress[1]; 19. 88-Aidan Nigh[21]; 20. 427-Tim Phalen[4]; 21. 62-Lyle White[24]; 22. 37-Robert Hoskins[8]; 23. 111-Remington Price[25]; 24. 11-Gofast Teeple[6]; 25. (DNS) 88L-Logan Ferguson
Hard Charger – Ryan Beagle +18

Heat Race 1 [Started] 10 laps – NT
1. 8-Ryan Dinning[12]; 2. 24-Blake Bomberry Jr[3]; 3. 41-Adam Plazek[4]; 4. 55-Mike Thorne[11]; 5. 427-Tim Phalen[5]; 6. 37-Robert Hoskins[10]; 7. 13-Kacey Huffman[9]; 8. 03-George Grosul[6]; 9. 43-Kyle Andress[2]; 10. (DNF) 11-Gofast Teeple[7]; 11. (DNS) 88-Aidan Nigh; 12. (DNS) 88L-Logan Ferguson

Heat Race 2 [Started] 10 laps – NT
1. 28-Jim Lampman[2]; 2. 49-Dave Bailey[6]; 3. 97-Ron Loggie[7]; 4. 84RK-Ryan Beagle[11]; 5. 28D-Donny Lampman[10]; 6. 96-Steve Shaw Sr[9]; 7. 23-Trevor DeBoer[4]; 8. 19-Kyle Wert[5]; 9. 24R-Rodney Rutherford[8]; 10. 108-Zach Bleich[3]; 11. 93K-Mike Klazinga[1]; 12. (DNF) 62-Lyle White[13]; 13. (DNF) 111-Remington Price[12]
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HRW Automotive Mini Stocks (35 Entries)

A-Main [Started] 15 laps – NT
1. 4-Wayde Thorne[6]; 2. 11J-Jeff Elsliger[11]; 3. 01-Tristan DaSilva[16]; 4. 32-Gillian Hils[18]; 5. 64-Nick Erskine[19]; 6. 54-Christopher French[2]; 7. 20J-Nathan Joyner[7]; 8. 6X-Mike Sarantakos[27]; 9. 14L-John Lubeck[14]; 10. 26-Matt Nuell[24]; 11. 64E-Doug Erskine[25]; 12. 16-Fabio Olivieri[3]; 13. 1-Jason Tolton[9]; 14. 11-Mike Giberson[26]; 15. 23-Dusty DeBoer[13]; 16. 76-Shawn Taylor[4]; 17. 79-Steve Miller[28]; 18. 21H-Ryan Hillar[23]; 19. 66X-Martin Schroder[12]; 20. (DNF) 15-Mark Thorne[21]; 21. (DNF) 17-Alex Riley[20]; 22. (DNF) 4A-Mason Anderson[10]; 23. (DNF) 20A-Aiden Maynard[1]; 24. (DNF) 9-Tim DeBoer[8]; 25. (DNF) 5K-Ken Hair[17]; 26. (DNF) X-Jeremy Cooper[5]; 27. (DNF) 1A-Ashton Dickie[15]; 28. (DNF) 46-Mike Thomson[22]
Hard Charger – Mike Sarantakos +19

B-Main [Started] 6 laps – NT
1. 15-Mark Thorne[2]; 2. 46-Mike Thomson[6]; 3. 21H-Ryan Hillar[4]; 4. 26-Matt Nuell[14]; 5. 64E-Doug Erskine[7]; 6. 11-Mike Giberson[5]; 7. 6X-Mike Sarantakos[11]; 8. 22-Miranda Weiler[12]; 9. 0-James Marshall[10]; 10. 79-Steve Miller[9]; 11. (DNF) 81D-Crystal Soules[13]; 12. (DNS) 17R-Blair Rousselle; 13. (DNS) 04-Rogan Monaghan; 14. (DNS) 32L-Grayden Lyons; 15. (DNS) 2-Tim Nuell

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – 2:53.564
1. 16-Fabio Olivieri[10]; 2. 54-Christopher French[8]; 3. X-Jeremy Cooper[12]; 4. 4-Wayde Thorne[14]; 5. 9-Tim DeBoer[16]; 6. 20J-Nathan Joyner[15]; 7. 20A-Aiden Maynard[4]; 8. 4A-Mason Anderson[18]; 9. 1-Jason Tolton[17]; 10. 76-Shawn Taylor[11]; 11. 17R-Blair Rousselle[5]; 12. 04-Rogan Monaghan[13]; 13. 11-Mike Giberson[6]; 14. 64E-Doug Erskine[3]; 15. 79-Steve Miller[2]; 16. 6X-Mike Sarantakos[7]; 17. 81D-Crystal Soules[1]; 18. (DNF) 32L-Grayden Lyons[9]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – 2:52.696
1. 14L-John Lubeck[4]; 2. 11J-Jeff Elsliger[1]; 3. 1A-Ashton Dickie[5]; 4. 23-Dusty DeBoer[3]; 5. 66X-Martin Schroder[2]; 6. 64-Nick Erskine[11]; 7. 01-Tristan DaSilva[7]; 8. 17-Alex Riley[12]; 9. 32-Gillian Hils[10]; 10. 5K-Ken Hair[8]; 11. 15-Mark Thorne[16]; 12. 21H-Ryan Hillar[13]; 13. 46-Mike Thomson[15]; 14. 2-Tim Nuell[6]; 15. 0-James Marshall[14]; 16. 22-Miranda Weiler[17]; 17. (DNF) 26-Matt Nuell[9]

 

 

Braden Chiaramonte puts on charge at Antioch Speedway for initial SCCT victory

By Gary Thomas

Antioch, CA…Rebounding from engine issues in his heat race, 17-year-old Braden Chiaramonte marched through the field in the feature, netting his first career Elk Grove Ford Sprint Car Challenge Tour victory on Saturday at Antioch Speedway.

After losing an engine while running second in his heat, it forced the El Cajon driver to start from the final row in the 35-lap contest. The driver of the Tiner-Hirst Ent. / Larry Davis Farms No. 94TH then proceeded to put together a memorable performance for the fans on hand.

By way of being a full-time SCCT team the youngster went home with $3,000 thanks to the Shop Kyle Larson Bonus. Chiaramonte also took over the Sprint Car Challenge Tour point lead in the process.

“I knew we had a fast car all night and just had that engine issue in the heat race that put us at the rear for the main event,” Chiaramonte said in victory lane.” Starting from 17th I knew it would be tough, but I just drove this thing as hard as I could. Following people wouldn’t have got the job done so I just searched around for different lines. I want to thank this entire Tiner-Hirst team for working so hard and giving me great cars every race.”

The main event began with Sacramento’s Austin Wood jumping into the lead after winning the High Sierra Industries Dash. The Winged Sprint Car Rookie put together solid laps up front early on. Track conditions created some of the best racing seen all season with the Sprint Car Challenge Tour, as drivers utilized every inch of the Antioch bullring.

Roseville veteran Sean Becker then pounced to take over the top-spot on lap nine and held the point for several circuits. With multiple competitors battling it out Chiaramonte was on the move from his 17th starting spot and blasted into second with 16 circuits complete.

He then went to work on Becker and officially took command on lap 23. He would lead the remaining distance to cross under the Ron Stahl checkered flag. Becker brought the Dan Monhoff owned No. 35 home in second to record his best result of the SCCT season. The 43-year-old has been ultra consistent, with a trio of top-five finishes in the six events held.

Cotati’s Jake Haulot made a late move to earn his first career podium finish in Sprint Car Challenge Tour action. He also started the evening by setting the Sierra Foothills Wine Services Fast Time with a lap of 12.733 around the one-third mile oval. It was great to see the former Petaluma champion have a strong outing.

Dunnigan’s Luke Hayes also scored a career best SCCT finish with a solid fourth place run, while Austin Wood completed the top-five, also securing his career best tour result.

Rounding out the top-10 in the feature were Colby Johnson, Michael Faccinto, Brad Bumgarner, Chance Grasty and Travis Labat. With his drive from 17th to 1st Chiaramonte took home the Pit Stop USA Hard Charger Award.

The Elk Grove Ford Sprint Car Challenge Tour will now get set for Western Speedweek, which encompasses six straight nights of racing at six different tracks. It all begins on Monday July 15 at Cottage Grove Speedway and wraps up on Saturday July 20th at Placerville Speedway.

Results

Sprint Car Challenge Tour – Antioch Speedway June 15, 2024

A Main 35 Laps

1. 94TH-Braden Chiaramonte[17]; 2. 35-Sean Becker[3]; 3. 7H-Jake Haulot[6]; 4. 9L-Luke Hayes[8]; 5. 2A-Austin Wood[1]; 6. 38-Colby Johnson[2]; 7. X1-Michael Faccinto[5]; 8. 88-Brad Bumgarner[11]; 9. 1-Chance Grasty[7]; 10. 61-Travis Labat[14]; 11. 92-Andy Forsberg[10]; 12. 88A-Joey Ancona[9]; 13. 14-Mariah Ede[13]; 14. 75-Bill Smith[12]; 15. 2S-Jayce Steinberg[16]; 16. 5V-Connor Mewhirter[15]; 17. 21-Michael Ing[4]; 18. 82J-Steve Jaquith[18]

Dash 6 Laps

1. 2A-Austin Wood[3]; 2. 38-Colby Johnson[2]; 3. 35-Sean Becker[4]; 4. 21-Michael Ing[1]; 5. X1-Michael Faccinto[6]; 6. 7H-Jake Haulot[5]

Heat 1 10 Laps

1. X1-Michael Faccinto[2]; 2. 1-Chance Grasty[1]; 3. 92-Andy Forsberg[3]; 4. 7H-Jake Haulot[4]; 5. 61-Travis Labat[5]; 6. 2S-Jayce Steinberg[6]

Heat 2 10 Laps

1. 2A-Austin Wood[2]; 2. 9L-Luke Hayes[1]; 3. 21-Michael Ing[4]; 4. 75-Bill Smith[5]; 5. 5V-Connor Mewhirter[6]; 6. 94TH-Braden Chiaramonte[3]

Heat 3 10 Laps

1. 35-Sean Becker[2]; 2. 88A-Joey Ancona[1]; 3. 88-Brad Bumgarner[3]; 4. 14-Mariah Ede[5]; 5. 38-Colby Johnson[4]; 6. 82J-Steve Jaquith[6]

Qualifying

1. 7H-Jake Haulot, 00:12.733[1]; 2. 21-Michael Ing, 00:12.885[14]; 3. 38-Colby Johnson, 00:12.956[18]; 4. 1-Chance Grasty, 00:12.985[15]; 5. 9L-Luke Hayes, 00:12.997[2]; 6. 88A-Joey Ancona, 00:12.999[4]; 7. X1-Michael Faccinto, 00:13.041[13]; 8. 2A-Austin Wood, 00:13.081[16]; 9. 35-Sean Becker, 00:13.159[17]; 10. 92-Andy Forsberg, 00:13.291[7]; 11. 94TH-Braden Chiaramonte, 00:13.309[11]; 12. 88-Brad Bumgarner, 00:13.318[6]; 13. 61-Travis Labat, 00:13.322[3]; 14. 75-Bill Smith, 00:13.422[10]; 15. 14-Mariah Ede, 00:13.574[9]; 16. 2S-Jayce Steinberg, 00:13.589[5]; 17. 5V-Connor Mewhirter, 00:13.959[12]; 18. 82J-Steve Jaquith, 00:14.411[8]

 

 

Cannon McIntosh Claims Victory with POWRi National Midget League at Macon Speedway

Macon, IL. (6/15/24) Cannon McIntosh would figure out the tricky high-side around the mid-point to earn his twenty-fourth career feature win battling at Macon Speedway, with the POWRi National Midget League, in the final night of the POWRi Illinois SPEEDWeek presented by Start2Finish TV after leading eighteen laps of the exciting feature event.

Early on-track excitement with talented entries in the POWRi National Midgets would find Cannon McIntosh start the action off with quick-time in hot laps of 10.967-second lap as Gunnar Setser and Gavin Miller would notch the heat racing wins.

Starting the feature field would find the high-point qualifier Kale Drake and Cannon McIntosh, lead the field as the green flag flew with Kale Drake gaining the initial advantage on the opening lap as a lap-two caution would bunch the field back together again.

Restarting with intent, Kale Drake would continue to set the blistering pace around Macon Speedway with Gavin Miller, Cannon McIntosh, Jacob Denney, and Thomas Meseraull all driving within sticking distance inside the top five.



Finding the extreme high side to his liking, Cannon McIntosh would set his sights on the leading Kale Drake with an epic battle occurring for the prized position with McIntosh sliding into the lead using a great turn one-and-two maneuver.

Holding the top-spot for the remaining eighteen laps would find Cannon McIntosh ruling the way on the top of Macon Speedway to drive into his second feature win of the 2024 racing season.

“I fell apart early and didn’t get a good start but I had the speed to move around and find the best line,” said Cannon McIntosh in the Macon Speedway winners circle. Adding, “The track was awesome tonight, I could drive anywhere and move around with ease just a great team effort win.”

Continuing to battle until the final checkers waved, 2024 POWRi Illinois SPEEDWeek champion Kale Drake would finish in a hard-fought runner-up positioning with Gavin Miller racing his way into the final podium placement.

Staying in the hunt all event, Thomas Meseraull would finish fourth with Jacob Denney rounding out the POWRi National Midget League top-five finishers in Night Three of the POWRi Illinois SPEEDWeek presented by Start2Finish TV at Macon Speedway.

POWRi National Midgets | Macon Speedway | 6/15/24:

Start2Finish Quick Hot Lap Time: 71K-Cannon McIntosh(10.967)

Flying A Motorsports Heat Race 1 Winner: 43-Gunnar Setser

Eibach Heat Race 2 Winner: 97-Gavin Miller

Victory Fuel High Point Qualifier: 97K-Kale Drake

Meru Safety Hard Charger: 56-Mitchell Davis(+5)

Toyota Racing Development Feature Winner: 71K-Cannon McIntosh

Toyota Racing Development TRD A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 71K-Cannon McIntosh[2]; 2. 97K-Kale Drake[1]; 3. 97-Gavin Miller[5]; 4. 7X-Thomas Meseraull[6]; 5. 25-Jacob Denney[3]; 6. 56-Mitchell Davis[11]; 7. 43-Gunnar Setser[4]; 8. 17C-Devin Camfield[13]; 9. 66-Jayden Clay[7]; 10. 7Z-Zoe Pearce[9]; 11. 16C-David Camfield Jr[10]; 12. 05-Alex Midkiff[16]; 13. 17-Chase McDermand[8]; 14. 10C-Dalton Camfield[14]; 15. 92-Mike Hess[12]; 16. (DNS) 21K-Karter Sarff.

Flying A Motorsports Flying A Motorsports Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 43-Gunnar Setser[1]; 2. 97K-Kale Drake[6]; 3. 17-Chase McDermand[3]; 4. 7X-Thomas Meseraull[8]; 5. 56-Mitchell Davis[2]; 6. 16C-David Camfield Jr[7]; 7. 17C-Devin Camfield[5]; 8. 21K-Karter Sarff[4].

Eibach Racing Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 97-Gavin Miller[1]; 2. 71K-Cannon McIntosh[6]; 3. 25-Jacob Denney[7]; 4. 7Z-Zoe Pearce[4]; 5. 66-Jayden Clay[8]; 6. 92-Mike Hess[5]; 7. 10C-Dalton Camfield[2]; 8. 05-Alex Midkiff[3].

 

 

Sams puts exclamation point on Ohio Sprint Speedweek with $10k Atomic win

Sunday, June 16, 2024

By Brian Liskai

CHILLICOTHE, Oh. – Danny Sams III put a huge exclamation point on his 42nd Annual Ohio Sprint Speedweek ending, leading all 35 laps for a $10,000 pay day at Atomic Speedway Saturday, the biggest win of his young racing career. It was Sam’s third win during the nine straight nights of racing across the Buckeye State under the Ti-22 Performance FAST On Dirt banner, having also posted wins at Hilltop Speedway and Muskingum County Speedway earlier.

“WOW to say the least. We came into this week just hoping we would make it to every night. My parents and I worked so hard this week and…wow, what a reward. I’m not sure what I think but WOW! This is everything and more we could ask for. This car has ran so good all week. I’m so blessed to be in this position and have an amazing car owner like Rocky. Thank you to everyone that makes this possible and all glory to God,” said Sams beside his RV Locks & More. Dirt Crowd.com, Schaeffer’s Oil, Shop D3.com #24D.

While Sams, from North Port, Fla., celebrated the victory, Republic, Ohio’s Cap Henry scored another podium finish, right behind Sams, “to lock up the 2024 Ohio Sprint Speedweek championship. Henry only finished out of the top five once in the eight contested A-mains during speedweek, a 17th place run Monday at Wayne County Speedway after being involved in an incident during his heat race. He scored wins at Attica Raceway Park to open speedweek, and another to re-open Millstream Speedway Friday.

“Our nose wing fell down there so we had nothing for Danny. He’s been fast all week. I’m happy with what we accomplished to pull off the Ohio Speedweek championship…it’s something I always wanted to do. I’m just super happy for Zack and Jeff and Gary and Chris and Chad…everyone involved in this deal…Erin and Dana. It means a lot to do this. I know it’s not the All Star deal any more but it’s still means something to win an Ohio Speedweek championship,” said Henry of his Premier Planning Service, Jeff Ward Demolition, Ohio Logistics, Primal Tee Shop, Elliott’s Custom Trailers and Carts, FK Rod Ends, Griff’s Engines;

At the drop of the green Sams, who set fast time during qualifications – the fourth time he accomplished that during the week – bolted into the lead with Henry, Cole Duncan and Skylar Gee in tow. Two quick cautions on laps three and four kept the field close, but once the green flew the race settled into a long green flag run.

Sams built up a huge lead before hitting lapped traffic on lap 12 of the 35-lap affair. Henry closed slightly while a tremendous battle ensued for third involving Duncan, Gee and a charging Greg Wilson. At the half-way point Henry was right on the rear bumper of Sams who was having issues with a pair of lapped cars racing side by side right in front of him.

Sams executed a great move on lap 29 to finally get by the two lapped cars and pulled away until the final caution flew on lap 31. Sams blasted the top side of Atomic on the restart and pulled away for the win over Henry, Gee, Wilson (from 11th) and Duncan.

The Ti-22 Performance FAST On Dirt Series thanks all the tracks and their staff, the race teams and fans for their tremendous support for a very successful 42nd Annual Ohio Sprint Speedweek.

Atomic Speedway

Saturday, June 15, 2024

Ti-22 Performance FAST On Dirt Series

A-Main (35 Laps): 1. 24D-Danny Sams III[1]; 2. 33W-Cap Henry[2]; 3. 99-Skylar Gee[4]; 4. W20-Greg Wilson[11]; 5. 22-Cole Duncan[3]; 6. 4-Zane DeVault[9]; 7. 5T-Travis Philo[6]; 8. 48-Danny Dietrich[12]; 9. 2S-Ricky Peterson[7]; 10. 17-Dylan Norris[16]; 11. 19H-Joel Myers Jr[19]; 12. 10X-Reese Nowotarski[15]; 13. 28M-Conner Morrell[10]; 14. 2-Nathan Skaggs[8]; 15. 32L-Bryce Lucius[5]; 16. 5AU-Brock Hallett[17]; 17. X-Mike Keegan[23]; 18. 23-Cale Thomas[14]; 19. 34-Sterling Cling[21]; 20. 79M-Max Guilford[20]; 21. 4S-Danny Smith[18]; 22. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[13]; 23. 81-Lee Jacobs[22]; 24. 56R-Ryan Myers[24]

B-Main (12 Laps): 1. 33W-Cap Henry; 2. 22-Cole Duncan; 3. 23-Cale Thomas; 4. 5AU-Brock Hallett; 5. 79M-Max Guilford; 6. X-Mike Keegan[6]; 7. 83X-Nate Reeser[9]; 8. (DNF) 11C-Kory Crabtree[1]

Dash 1 (6 Laps): 1. 24D-Danny Sams III[1]; 2. 33W-Cap Henry[3]; 3. 22-Cole Duncan[5]; 4. 99-Skylar Gee[2]; 5. 32L-Bryce Lucius[4]; 6. 5T-Travis Philo[7]; 7. 2S-Ricky Peterson[8]; 8. 2-Nathan Skaggs[6]

 

 

Jacob Denney Undeniable in Jacksonville Speedway Victory with POWRi National Midget League

Jacksonville, IL. (6/14/24) Jacob Denney would prove tough enough to tame the bullring of Jacksonville Illinois to earn his second career feature win with the POWRi National Midget League in the second night of the 11th Annual POWRi Illinois SPEEDWeek presented by Start2Finish TV after leading twenty-six of the exciting thirty lap feature.

Early on-track excitement with twenty-three talented entries in the POWRi National Midgets would find Jacob Denney start the action off with quick-time in hot laps of 12.161-second lap as Gavin Miller, Cannon McIntosh, and Karter Sarff would notch the heat racing wins.

Starting the feature field would find the high-point qualifier Thomas Meseraull and Mike Hess, lead the field as the green flag flew with Thomas Meseraull gaining the initial advantage with Gavin Miller, Jacob Denney, Chase McDermand, and Karter Sarff rounding out the opening laps top five.

Overshooting the cushion in turn four while leading on lap four would find Thomas Meseraull going into defensive driving with Gavin Miller overtaking for the prized position on the field with Jacob Denney shooting into second as Chase McDermand filed into third with a recovering Meseraull and Cannon McIntosh battling closely for fourth and fifth positions.

Flying into the lead on the following lap would find fifth-starting Jacob Denney use the high side to drive past the low running Gavin Miller with precision on the tricky track as Chase McDermand flew into a podium placement dash with Thomas Meseraull, Kale Drake, and Cannon McIntosh.

Holding steady for the remaining twenty-six revolutions with thrilling action aplenty would find Jacob Denney clinching his first feature win of the season over a quickly gaining and eighth-starting Kale Drake, who finished runner-up for the second straight night, as Thomas Meseraull showed plenty of speed in his racing return in a solid third place finish.

“It’s been over a year since our last National Midget win so this feels great to win with so much talent in this field,” said Jacob Denney in the Jacksonville Speedway winners circle. Adding, “That choose cone can either help or hurt, I was able to get past a few guys under yellow by using the choice to my advantage and after that I knew we had a shot and it was time to go on a technical track.”



Staying in the hunt all event, Chase McDermand would finish fourth from starting sixth with seventh-starting Cannon McIntosh rounding out the POWRi National Midget League top-five finishers in Night Two of the POWRi Illinois SPEEDWeek presented by Start2Finish TV at Jacksonville Speedway.

POWRi National Midgets | Jacksonville Speedway | 6/14/24:

Hoosier Racing Tire Quick Hot Lap Time: 25-Jacob Denney(12.161)

Flying A Motorsports Heat Race 1 Winner: 97-Gavin Miller

Eibach Heat Race 2 Winner: 71-Cannon McIntosh

Auto Meter Heat Race 3 Winner: 21K-Karter Sarff

Victory Fuel High Point Qualifier: 7X-Thomas Meseraull

Meru Safety Hard Charger: 3N-Jake Neuman(+14)

Toyota Racing Development Feature Winner: 25-Jacob Denney

Toyota Racing Development TRD A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 25-Jacob Denney[5]; 2. 97K-Kale Drake[8]; 3. 7X-Thomas Meseraull[1]; 4. 17-Chase McDermand[6]; 5. 71K-Cannon McIntosh[7]; 6. 21K-Karter Sarff[4]; 7. 97-Gavin Miller[3]; 8. 3N-Jake Neuman[22]; 9. 91-Zach Daum[13]; 10. 56-Mitchell Davis[12]; 11. 7Z-Zoe Pearce[15]; 12. 43-Gunnar Setser[16]; 13. 16C-David Camfield Jr[17]; 14. 66-Jayden Clay[19]; 15. 06-Kevin Newton[9]; 16. 92-Mike Hess[2]; 17. 95-Chris Andrews[10]; 18. 10C-Dalton Camfield[14]; 19. 7-Shannon McQueen[20]; 20. 17C-Devin Camfield[18]; 21. 83-Will Armitage[21]; 22. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[11]; 23. 14S-Tyler Edwards[23].

Flying A Motorsports Flying A Motorsports Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 97-Gavin Miller[4]; 2. 7X-Thomas Meseraull[7]; 3. 97K-Kale Drake[3]; 4. 10C-Dalton Camfield[1]; 5. 43-Gunnar Setser[2]; 6. 16C-David Camfield Jr[6]; 7. 17C-Devin Camfield[8]; 8. (DNS) 14S-Tyler Edwards.

Eibach Racing Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 71K-Cannon McIntosh[1]; 2. 25-Jacob Denney[4]; 3. 17-Chase McDermand[6]; 4. 95-Chris Andrews[5]; 5. 7Z-Zoe Pearce[3]; 6. 91-Zach Daum[8]; 7. 66-Jayden Clay[7]; 8. 3N-Jake Neuman[2].

Auto Meter Auto Meter Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 21K-Karter Sarff[4]; 2. 92-Mike Hess[7]; 3. 06-Kevin Newton[2]; 4. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[3]; 5. 56-Mitchell Davis[6]; 6. 7-Shannon McQueen[1]; 7. 83-Will Armitage[5].

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Xavier Doney Excels to Win at Crawford County Speedway with POWRi WAR/WINS

Denison, IA. (6/14/24) Xavier Doney would fly to the front of the field in the first night of the Hawkeye Shuffle feature event at Crawford County Speedway with the POWRi WAR Sprint League running in conjunction with the Western Iowa Non-Wing Sprints to notch his fifth career feature victory to begin the weekend two-step.

Racing onto the quick surface of Crawford County Speedway, POWRi WAR/WINS would find seventeen traditional sprinters witnessing Cam Shafer set the quickest hot-lap time of 16.825-second lap as Wyatt Burks and Xavier Doney would each earn heat racing victories.

Kick-starting the initial green flag start with high-point qualifier Justin Johnson and Glen Saville lined up in the front row, Glen Saville would gain the lead on the opening lap with Xavier Doney blasting into the runner-up spot.

Wasting hardly any time to overtake for the top spot, Xavier Doney would not be denied the feature victory by shooting to the lead on the second lap to never relinquish the lead. Battling all through the field behind the leading Doney would find Wyatt Burks and Wesley Smith putting on a great display of action with Saville sticking close to the front pack.

Holding steady through a late race restart would find Xavier Doney emerge victorious with the POWRi WAR Sprint League, running in conjunction with the Western Iowa Non-Wing Sprints, at Crawford County Speedway to notch his first yearly league victory. Staying in the hunt Wyatt Burks would finish runner-up by a mere three-tenths of a second as a hard-charging Cam Shafer completed the final podium placements less than a second off the leader after starting seventeenth initially.

Challenging closely behind after flying through the field and thrilling the crowd would find sixteenth-starting Josh Most finished fourth as continual front-runner Wesley Smith rounded out the top-five finishers for the POWRi WAR/WINS at Crawford County Speedway.

Crawford County Speedway | POWRi WAR Sprint League | 6/14/24:

Hoosier Racing Tire Quick Hot Lap Time: 97X-Cam Schafer(16.825)

Flying A Motorsports Heat Race 1 Winner: 11W-Wyatt Burks

Engler Machine & Tool Heat Race 2 Winner: 74-Xavier Doney

Victory Fuel High Point Qualifier: 27-Justin Johnson

Meru Safety Hard Charger: 97X-Cam Schafer(+14)

Toyota Racing Development Feature Winner: 74-Xavier Doney

A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 74-Xavier Doney[4]; 2. 11W-Wyatt Burks[3]; 3. 97X-Cam Schafer[17]; 4. 93-Josh Most[16]; 5. 12-Wesley Smith[5]; 6. 75-Glen Saville[2]; 7. 99-Bryan Roach[6]; 8. 0-Brandon Stevenson[7]; 9. 7-Scott Brandt[11]; 10. 4T-Taylor Forbes[10]; 11. 12X-Doug Sylvester[9]; 12. 22-Jeff Pellersels[12]; 13. 18-Nate Laugen[14]; 14. (DNF) 27-Justin Johnson[1]; 15. (DNF) 11B-Ben Woods[8]; 16. (DNF) 10Z-Zach Widdes[13]; 17. (DNS) 3-Andy Munson.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 11W-Wyatt Burks[2]; 2. 12-Wesley Smith[1]; 3. 99-Bryan Roach[4]; 4. 11B-Ben Woods[3]; 5. 12X-Doug Sylvester[6]; 6. 4T-Taylor Forbes[8]; 7. 18-Nate Laugen[5]; 8. 10Z-Zach Widdes[9]; 9. 3-Andy Munson[7].

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 74-Xavier Doney[5]; 2. 27-Justin Johnson[2]; 3. 0-Brandon Stevenson[4]; 4. 75-Glen Saville[8]; 5. 22-Jeff Pellersels[1]; 6. 7-Scott Brandt[7]; 7. (DNF) 93-Josh Most[3]; 8. (DNF) 97X-Cam Schafer[6].

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MAD MAX SECURES THE WIN AT HARTFORD

Hartford , MI - Elida,OH native Max Stambaugh wins his third Feature Race of the 2024 season with the Great Lakes Super Sprints presented by Engine Pro & ARP Friday night.

Mad Max did not come to play, as soon as he was on the track, he owned it! Drawing the first position in the redraw, he managed to maneuver through lap traffic and secure his first Michigan CAT Sprint Division win on the 2024 season! Dustin Daggett (Portland, MI) did not make it easy of Stambaugh he was on his tale for the last 15 laps. It was a very close run between the two and a great show was put on by all the drivers!

Phil Gressman (Fremont, OH) took home tonight's Operating Engineers 324 Hard Charger moving up a total of 11 spots!! Corbin Gurley (Herbon,IN) took home tonight's PERFIT Lucky Dog!!

PERFIT A Feature 25 Laps

1. 71H-Max Stambaugh[1]; 2. 85-Dustin Daggett[6]; 3. 50YR-Keith Sheffer Jr[4]; 4. 27-Brad Lamberson[8]; 5. 16-Ryan Ruhl[7]; 6. 17-Jared Horstman[16]; 7. 01-Chase Ridenour[10]; 8. 7C-Phil Gressman[19]; 9. 49T-Gregg Dalman[3]; 10. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[5]; 11. 22M-Dan McCarron[13]; 12. 12-Corbin Gurley[11]; 13. 23-Devon Dobie[15]; 14. 24-Kobe Allison[17]; 15. 70-Eli Lakin[18]; 16. 71-Garrett Saunders[24]; 17. 38-Max Frank[14]; 18. 10S-Jay Steinebach[20]; 19. 27K-Zac Broughman[23]; 20. (DNF) 11A-Abby Hohlbein[22]; 21. (DNF) 58-Tony Bures[21]; 22. (DNF) 13S-Drew Siferd[12]; 23. (DNF) 10BR-Jason Blonde[2]; 24. (DNF) 19-Jett Mann[9]; 25. (DNS) 67-Kevin Martens

Engler Machine & Tool Heat 1 8 Laps

85-Dustin Daggett[2]; 2. 16-Ryan Ruhl[1]; 3. 27-Brad Lamberson[6]; 4. 12-Corbin Gurley[3]; 5. 50YR-Keith Sheffer Jr[4]; 6. 17-Jared Horstman[5]; 7. 7C-Phil Gressman[7]; 8. 11A-Abby Hohlbein[9]; 9. 71-Garrett Saunders[8]

Beacon & Bridge Markets Heat 2 8 Laps

10BR-Jason Blonde[1]; 2. 49T-Gregg Dalman[4]; 3. 19-Jett Mann[8]; 4. 13S-Drew Siferd[2]; 5. 38-Max Frank[3]; 6. 24-Kobe Allison[6]; 7. 10S-Jay Steinebach[7]; 8. (DNF) 67-Kevin Martens[5]

Jim Coffey & Sons Plumbing and Heating Heat 3 8 Laps

20I-Kelsey Ivy[2]; 2. 71H-Max Stambaugh[4]; 3. 01-Chase Ridenour[1]; 4. 22M-Dan McCarron[3]; 5. 23-Devon Dobie[5]; 6. 70-Eli Lakin[6]; 7. 58-Tony Bures[8]; 8. 27K-Zac Broughman[7]

Qualifying 1

50YR-Keith Sheffer Jr, 00:15.172[7]; 2. 16-Ryan Ruhl, 00:15.209[1]; 3. 85-Dustin Daggett, 00:15.243[2]; 4. 12-Corbin Gurley, 00:15.342[5]; 5. 17-Jared Horstman, 00:15.491[3]; 6. 27-Brad Lamberson, 00:15.551[6]; 7. 7C-Phil Gressman, 00:15.573[9]; 8. 71-Garrett Saunders, 00:15.840[4]; 9. 11A-Abby Hohlbein, 00:15.869[8]

Qualifying 2

49T-Gregg Dalman, 00:15.882[8]; 2. 10BR-Jason Blonde, 00:16.006[4]; 3. 13S-Drew Siferd, 00:16.252[5]; 4. 38-Max Frank, 00:16.281[3]; 5. 67-Kevin Martens, 00:16.282[2]; 6. 24-Kobe Allison, 00:16.312[1]; 7. 10S-Jay Steinebach, 00:16.318[7]; 8. 19-Jett Mann, 00:16.805[6]

Qualifying 3

71H-Max Stambaugh, 00:15.610[5]; 2. 01-Chase Ridenour, 00:15.888[1]; 3. 20I-Kelsey Ivy, 00:16.002[2]; 4. 22M-Dan McCarron, 00:16.039[7]; 5. 23-Devon Dobie, 00:16.075[3]; 6. 70-Eli Lakin, 00:16.789[4]; 7. 27K-Zac Broughman, 00:17.025[6]; 8. 58-Tony Bures, 00:17.075[8]

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Henry scores 2nd Ohio Speedweek win at grand reopening of Millstream

Saturday, June 15, 2024

By Brian Liskai

FINDLAY, Ohio – Consistency wins championships and Cap Henry is demonstrating that adage perfectly during the 42nd Annual Ohio Sprint Speedweek with the Ti-22 Performance FAST On Dirt Series. The Bellevue, Ohio driver scored his second win of speedweek Friday at the grand re-opening of Millstream Speedway in Findlay, Ohio in front of a huge crowd there to celebrate the return of racing after sitting idle for eight years.

Going into the ninth and final night of Ohio Sprint Speedweek, Henry, who is only one of two drivers – the other being Greg Wilson – to have made all seven contested speedweek A-mains during, has a commanding lead in his bid to become the speedweek champion. Henry opened speedweek with a win at Attica Raceway Park where he is the defending track champion. He followed with a third place finish at Waynesfield Motorsports Park on Sunday before a heat race incident which placed him at the rear of the field for the feature Monday at Wayne County Speedway where he finished 17th. Henry roared back Tuesday with a third place run at Hilltop Speedway followed by a fifth place finish at Sharon Speedway Wednesday and a second place showing Thursday at Muskingum County Speedway Thursday.

Friday at Millstream, Scotty Thiel grabbed the early lead in the 30-lap feature with Henry driving from fourth to second on the opening lap. Henry drove under Thiel for the lead on lap nine just as a caution flew for debris. Henry built up a substantial lead while the battle for second saw Zane DeVault get around Thiel on lap 12. A debris caution on lap 20 wiped out Henry’s lead, but he executed a perfect restart to once again drive away. With five laps to go Henry held a 2.1 second lead over DeVault with ninth starter Skylar Gee moving into third after a spirited battle with Thiel and Cale Thomas. A yellow flag on the final lap set up a shootout but Henry once again nailed his restart and drove to the victory, his fourth overall win of 2024. DeVault, Gee, Thiel and 12th starter Joel Myers Jr. rounded out the top five.

“I’m just so proud of my guys, Zack, Jeff, Gary, Chris and Chad, the way they’ve turned this season around means a lot. It truly is a team effort. To win in front of that big of a crowd is so cool. I wanted to just be patient and make sure we got good points, but I always want to win too. Years ago when the All Stars came here I was leading one and got taken out by another guy and lost it. This is the type of race track we kind of struggled at this week. I knew it was important to get out front and every one of those cautions was a big deal to keep us in clean air. It was really hard to see in traffic,” said Henry beside his Premier Planning Service, Jeff Ward Demolition, Ohio Logistics, Primal Tee Shop, Elliott’s Custom Trailers and Carts, FK Rod Ends, Griff’s Engines backed #33W.

The 42nd Annual Ohio Sprint Speedway concludes Saturday, June 15 at Atomic Speedway near Chillicothe, Ohio with a $10,000 to win feature event!

Millstream Speedway

Ti-22 Performance FAST On Dirt Sprints

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 33W-Cap Henry[4]; 2. 4-Zane DeVault[3]; 3. 99-Skylar Gee[9]; 4. 73-Scotty Thiel[1]; 5. 19H-Joel Myers Jr[12]; 6. 24D-Danny Sams III[7]; 7. 1-Nate Dussel[2]; 8. 5AU-Brock Hallett[16]; 9. 28M-Conner Morrell[6]; 10. 7N-Darin Naida[14]; 11. 34-Sterling Cling[20]; 12. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[10]; 13. 23-Cale Thomas[8]; 14. 16-DJ Foos[5]; 15. 17-Dylan Norris[15]; 16. 5T-Travis Philo[23]; 17. 10X-Reese Nowotarski[18]; 18. 60-Jordyn Charge[13]; 19. (DNF) 2-Ricky Peterson[17]; 20. (DNF) 35-Stuart Brubaker[11]; 21. (DNF) 9Z-Duane Zablocki[22]; 22. (DNF) W20-Greg Wilson[21]; 23. (DNF) 25R-Jordan Ryan[24]; 24. (DNF) 48-Danny Dietrich[19]

B Feature (12 Laps): 1. W20-Greg Wilson[1]; 2. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[2]; 3. 5T-Travis Philo[4]; 4. 25R-Jordan Ryan[3]; 5. 68G-Tyler Gunn[12]; 6. 15K-Creed Kemenah[8]; 7. 22G-Riley Goodno[9]; 8. 79-Max Guilford[6]; 9. 7DK-Dylan Kingan[11]; 10. 12-Luke Griffith[13]; 11. 4X-Bradley Ashford[10]; 12. 75-Jerry Dahms[14]; 13. 17S-Shelby Rankin[17]; 14. 98-Robert Robenalt[15]; 15. (DNF) 32-Bryce Lucius[7]; 16. (DNF) X-Mike Keegan[5]; 17. (DNS) 19-TJ Michael

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 28M-Conner Morrell[2]; 2. 33W-Cap Henry[4]; 3. 35-Stuart Brubaker[1]; 4. 7N-Darin Naida[3]; 5. 2-Ricky Peterson[6]; 6. W20-Greg Wilson[5]; 7. 79-Max Guilford[7]; 8. 22G-Riley Goodno[8]; 9. 12-Luke Griffith[9]; 10. 17S-Shelby Rankin[10]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 1-Nate Dussel[1]; 2. 99-Skylar Gee[2]; 3. 4-Zane DeVault[4]; 4. 17-Dylan Norris[5]; 5. 10X-Reese Nowotarski[6]; 6. 25R-Jordan Ryan[7]; 7. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[3]; 8. 4X-Bradley Ashford[8]; 9. 75-Jerry Dahms[9]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 73-Scotty Thiel[2]; 2. 16-DJ Foos[1]; 3. 19H-Joel Myers Jr[5]; 4. 5AU-Brock Hallett[3]; 5. 48-Danny Dietrich[6]; 6. 5T-Travis Philo[4]; 7. 32-Bryce Lucius[7]; 8. 7DK-Dylan Kingan[8]; 9. 98-Robert Robenalt[9]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 23-Cale Thomas[1]; 2. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[2]; 3. 60-Jordyn Charge[3]; 4. 24D-Danny Sams III[4]; 5. 34-Sterling Cling[5]; 6. X-Mike Keegan[6]; 7. 15K-Creed Kemenah[7]; 8. 68G-Tyler Gunn[9]; 9. 19-TJ Michael[8]

Qualifying 1 (8 Laps): 1. 33W-Cap Henry, 00:14.284[2]; 2. 35-Stuart Brubaker, 00:14.533[3]; 3. 28M-Conner Morrell, 00:14.596[7]; 4. 7N-Darin Naida, 00:14.617[9]; 5. W20-Greg Wilson, 00:14.698[8]; 6. 2-Ricky Peterson, 00:14.751[1]; 7. 79-Max Guilford, 00:14.875[4]; 8. 22G-Riley Goodno, 00:15.081[6]; 9. 12-Luke Griffith, 00:15.089[5]; 10. 17S-Shelby Rankin, 00:15.494[10]

Qualifying 2 (8 Laps): 1. 4-Zane DeVault, 00:14.634[4]; 2. 1-Nate Dussel, 00:14.722[1]; 3. 99-Skylar Gee, 00:14.764[5]; 4. 9Z-Duane Zablocki, 00:14.855[6]; 5. 17-Dylan Norris, 00:14.879[8]; 6. 10X-Reese Nowotarski, 00:14.943[3]; 7. 25R-Jordan Ryan, 00:15.368[9]; 8. 4X-Bradley Ashford, 00:15.982[2]; 9. 75-Jerry Dahms, 00:15.983[7]

Qualifying 3 (8 Laps): 1. 5T-Travis Philo, 00:14.920[1]; 2. 16-DJ Foos, 00:15.025[7]; 3. 73-Scotty Thiel, 00:15.047[2]; 4. 5AU-Brock Hallett, 00:15.054[8]; 5. 19H-Joel Myers Jr, 00:15.150[4]; 6. 48-Danny Dietrich, 00:15.215[3]; 7. 32-Bryce Lucius, 00:15.219[9]; 8. 7DK-Dylan Kingan, 00:15.430[5]; 9. 98-Robert Robenalt, 01:12.227[6]

Qualifying 4 (8 Laps): 1. 24D-Danny Sams III, 00:14.691[6]; 2. 23-Cale Thomas, 00:14.941[1]; 3. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek, 00:15.111[9]; 4. 60-Jordyn Charge, 00:15.319[3]; 5. 34-Sterling Cling, 00:15.345[7]; 6. X-Mike Keegan, 00:15.461[4]; 7. 15K-Creed Kemenah, 00:15.493[5]; 8. 19-TJ Michael, 00:15.668[2]; 9. 68G-Tyler Gunn, 00:15.940[8]

 

 

Sams becomes first repeat winner during Ohio Sprint Speedweek

Friday, June 14, 2024

By Brian Liskai

DRESDEN, Oh. – Danny Sams III became the first repeat winner during the Ti-22 Performance FAST On Dirt 42nd Annual Ohio Sprint Speedweek Thursday, June 13, in a very thrilling 30-lap feature. Just like two days prior at Hilltop Speedway where he scored the win, Sams utilized the high line to retake the lead with just two laps to go to score the $5,000 pay day at Muskingum County Speedway.

Sams, from North Port, Florida, bolted out to the lead at the drop of the green with Connor Morrell, Cale Thomas, Travis Philo and Cap Henry in tow. Thomas slid into second on lap four and started to narrow the gap to Sams before a caution flew on lap nine. With clean air Sams pulled away from Thomas as Henry began to close on the lead duo.

At the half-way point Sams’ lead was nearly two seconds as he prepared to enter heavy lapped traffic. Thomas and sixth starter Henry closed quickly and Thomas slid into the lead on lap 19 but Sams fought back to regain the top spot two laps later with six laps to go the crowd were on their feet for a tremendous three car battle for the lead with Henry getting a two for one move to take the top spot on lap 25 just before the caution flew.

On the restart Sams immediately jumped to Henry’s outside and applied pressure edging in front once again on lap 28. Sams blasted the cushion the final two laps to score the win over Henry, Thomas, Philo and Zane DeVault.

“I was doing my best Haudenschild impression out there. That caution came out….lapped cars are just so tough tonight…I was like I’m not giving up yet. I waited all the way down the back stretch to go to the high side….made the right move when it counted. I can’t thank my mom and dad enough, Rocky…we’ve been up all day chancing engines…we’re wore out. This will give us a good boost. This win is even bigger than Tuesday because I had to race for this one. I can’t believe we’re even here right now. We didn’t even make the show last night…didn’t even get close. Just the rebound these guys have is just absolutely incredible. All glory to God,” said Sams beside his RV Locks & More, Dirt Crowd.com, Schaeffer’s Oil, Shop D3.com backed #24D.

A second place run pads Henry’s lead for the coveted Ohio Sprint Speedweek championship.

“I knew where he (Sams) was going on that restart. He’s been killing the top all week. I hadn’t run up there all day. I knew I had to go up there but the bottom was working. I’ll take this and have a good point night,” said Henry of his Jeff Ward Motorsports backed sprint car.

The 42nd Ohio Sprint Speedweek resumes Friday, June 14 at the recently re-opened Millstream Speedway near Findlay, Ohio before wrapping up at Atomic Speedway near Chillicothe, Ohio Saturday for a big $10,000 to win finale.

Muskingum County Speedway

Ti-22 Performance FAST On Dirt

Ohio Sprint Speedweek Night #7

Feature (30 Laps): 1. 24D-Danny Sams III[2]; 2. 33W-Cap Henry[6]; 3. 23-Cale Thomas[4]; 4. 5T-Travis Philo[3]; 5. 4-Zane DeVault[8]; 6. 48-Danny Dietrich[5]; 7. 22D-Cole Duncan[9]; 8. 28M-Conner Morrell[1]; 9. 99-Skylar Gee[12]; 10. 73-Scotty Thiel[13]; 11. 29-Zeth Sabo[10]; 12. 5AU-Brock Hallett [7]; 13. 45-Devon Borden[14]; 14. 17-Dylan Norris[16]; 15. W20-Greg Wilson[24]; 16. 5M-Max Stambaugh[21]; 17. 34-Sterling Cling[22]; 18. 19H-Joel Myers Jr[20]; 19. 16-DJ Foos[15]; 20. 9-Trey Jacobs[11]; 21. 59-Bryan Nuckles[23]; 22. (DNF) 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[17]; 23. (DNF) 4*-Tyler Street[19]; 24. (DNF) 2-Ricky Peterson[18]

B Feature (12 Laps): 1. 5M-Max Stambaugh[3]; 2. 34-Sterling Cling[1]; 3. 59-Bryan Nuckles[5]; 4. W20-Greg Wilson[13]; 5. 60-Jordyn Charge[6]; 6. 25-Chris Myers[7]; 7. 79-Max Guilford[10]; 8. 10X-Reese Nowotarski[8]; 9. 22G-Riley Goodno[4]; 10. 29M-Logan McCandless[12]; 11. (DNF) 81-Lee Jacobs[14]; 12. (DNF) 15-Mitch Harble[11]; 13. (DNF) 70-Henry Malcuit[2]; 14. (DNS) 15K-Creed Kemenah; 15. (DNS) 1-Nate Dussel

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 28M-Conner Morrell[1]; 2. 4-Zane DeVault[2]; 3. 99-Skylar Gee[3]; 4. 45-Devon Borden[5]; 5. 5T-Travis Philo[4]; 6. 5M-Max Stambaugh[6]; 7. 60-Jordyn Charge[7]; 8. 79-Max Guilford[9]; 9. W20-Greg Wilson[8]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 33W-Cap Henry[2]; 2. 22D-Cole Duncan[1]; 3. 24D-Danny Sams III[4]; 4. 16-DJ Foos[3]; 5. 2-Ricky Peterson[7]; 6. 34-Sterling Cling[5]; 7. 25-Chris Myers[8]; 8. 15-Mitch Harble[9]; 9. (DNF) 70-Henry Malcuit[6]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 48-Danny Dietrich[1]; 2. 29-Zeth Sabo[2]; 3. 5AU-Brock Hallett[4]; 4. 17-Dylan Norris[3]; 5. 4*-Tyler Street[7]; 6. 22G-Riley Goodno[6]; 7. 10X-Reese Nowotarski[9]; 8. 29M-Logan McCandless[5]; 9. 81-Lee Jacobs[8]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 23-Cale Thomas[4]; 2. 9-Trey Jacobs[1]; 3. 73-Scotty Thiel[5]; 4. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[3]; 5. 19H-Joel Myers Jr[7]; 6. 59-Bryan Nuckles[6]; 7. (DNF) 15K-Creed Kemenah[2]; 8. (DNS) 1-Nate Dussel

 

 

Melair takes Selinsgrove; Hagerstown next
06-14-2024

Starting on the pole certainly has its advantages, but when your competitors are bearing down on you and you catch up with the back of the field and need to lap cars while holding your lead, there are no guarantees.

On Thursday night at Selinsgrove Speedway, Mike Melair had the starting position advantage to take the initial lead, but keeping it in heavy traffic was the key to the Warrington racer’s third career victory in the River Valley Builders PA Sprint Series 20-lapper. It was his first win since last August, when he also tamed the sweeping Selinsgrove half mile.

Melair and a large number of other teams will move quickly to Hagerstown Speedway for Saturday’s Father’s Day Weekend program there, co-sanctioned by the Virginia Sprint Series and Laurel Highlands Sprint Series, ensuring a large turnout of cars.

Driving the College Hunks Moving & Hauling #36, Melair drew the pole starting position but still had to hold off fellow front-row starter Kruz Kepner of nearby Kreamer for the early lead. The early charge to the front came from Austin Reed of Etters, who went from seventh starting position into third in five laps. Four laps later, the front-runners entered traffic, and Melair began losing the nice lead he had built.

Kepner sought to be the opportunist, but Melair handled the traffic skillfully and denied his challenger any passing opportunities.

In the meantime, fourth-starting Timmy Bittner of Brush Creek had re-taken third place from Reed, and in the final laps he showed signs of possibly being able to take second and go for the top spot. Kepner was able to hold Bittner off, though, but their battle allowed Melair to complete the race without a last-lap challenge, and he posted a 0.672-second over Kepner, with Bittner taking third.

Ken Duke Jr. of Selinsgrove, who was in the top-five mix throughout, came home fourth, with Reed taking fifth.

Completing the top ten were “Nitro” Nick Sweigart of Myerstown, Owen Dimm of Mifflintown (who moved up six positions), Kenny Heffner of Watsontown, last Saturday’s Selinsgrove winner Dustin Young of Danville, and Josh Spicer of Julian.

The race went nonstop, finishing less than a second shy of exactly seven minutes.

The W.C. Eshenaur & Son Hard Charger Award went to Zach Rhodes of McVeytown, who almost earned the Hard-Luck Award instead. Rhodes’ #31Z experienced mechanical problems that largely kept him out of both hot laps and his heat race and relegated him to 26th starting position, but the Cale Reigle-led crew fixed the problem before the feature, and Rhodes moved forward smartly to a 14th-place finish, a charge of a dozen positions.

Heat races for the 26-car field went to Dustin Young, Sweigart, and Duke. The night’s only caution flag flew at the beginning of the third heat when Colton Hoover went around in the first turn, but he was able to restart and recover for a nice fifth-place finish.

Duke’s fourth-place finish broke his tie with Sweigart for the early points lead and gave him a two-point margin at the top. Early points are less important in the IMCA/RaceSaver/PASS system, though, because final standings count only a driver’s 20 best finishes, and the numbers begin to mean more after that 20th race.

Pit gates for Hagerstown on Saturday will open at 4:30 p.m. and grandstands at 5:00, with hot laps scheduled to get underway at 7:00. Adult general admission is $20 and pit admission is $35.

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Results from Selinsgrove Speedway, Sunday, June 2

HEAT 1 – 1. 25-Dustin Young; 2. 97-Kenny Heffner; 3. 19-Kruz Kepner; 4. 2-Erin Statler; 5. 17-Owen Dimm; 6. 7-Drew Young; 7. 28R-Jason Roush; 8. 51-Shelby Kelly; 9. 87-Kyle Knopp.

HEAT 2 – 1. 89-Nick Sweigart; 2. 71-Josh Spicer; 3. 14-Logan Spahr; 4. 01-Timmy Bittner; 5. 46-Mike Alleman; 6. 14M-Colton Moyer; 7. 06K-Eric Knopp; 8. 19K-Chris Kreider. DNS – 31Z-Zach Rhodes.

HEAT 3 – 1. 67-Ken Duke Jr.; 2. 36-Mike Melair; 3. 34-Austin Reed; 4. 1M-Paul Moyer; 5. 107-Colton Hoover; 6. 19A-Alan Rhodes; 7. 21-Andrew Boyer; 8. 53W-Jimmy White.

FEATURE – 1. 36-Mike Melair; 2. 19-Kruz Kepner; 3. 01-Timmy Bittner; 4. 67-Ken Duke Jr.; 5. 34-Austin Reed; 6. 89-Nick Sweigart; 7. 17-Owen Dimm; 8. 97-Kenny Heffner; 9. 25-Dustin Young; 10. 71-Josh Spicer; 11. 46-Mike Alleman; 12. 14-Logan Spahr; 13. 1M-Paul Moyer; 14. 31Z-Zach Rhodes; 15. 7-Drew Young; 16. 21-Andrew Boyer; 17. 2-Erin Statler; 18. 19A-Alan Rhodes; 19. 28R-Jason Roush; 20. 14-Colton Moyer; 21. 87-Kyle Knopp; 22. 51-Shelby Kelly; 23. 107-Colton Hoover (DNF); 24. 53W-Jimmy White (DNF); 25. 06K-Eric Knopp (DNF); 26. 19K-Chris Kreider (DNF).

 

 

Karter Sarff Claims Coles County Speedway Win with POWRi National Midget League

Mattoon, IL. (6/13/24) Karter Sarff would nearly dominate the entire night to earn his fourth career feature win battling at Coles County Speedway, with the POWRi National Midget League, in the opening night of the POWRi Illinois SPEEDWeek presented by Start2Finish TV after leading twenty-three laps of the thrilling thirty lap feature.

Early on-track excitement with talented entries in the POWRi National Midgets would find Karter Sarff start the action off with quick-time in hot laps of 10.125-second lap as Karter Sarff, Zach Daum, and Cannon McIntosh would notch the heat racing wins.

Starting the feature field would find the high-point qualifier Joe B Miller and Zach Daum, lead the field as the green flag flew with Joe B Miller gaining the initial advantage on the opening lap as Zach Daum, Cannon McIntosh, Karter Sarff, and Tyler Edwards raced inside the early top five.

Overtaking for the top spot early, Cannon McIntosh would shoot to the front on lap five with Joe B Miller and Karter Sarff inside the opening laps podium placements as Zach Daum, Jake Neuman, Kale Drake and Tyler Edwards raced behind the leading trio.

Taking the top spot on a daring slider in turns one and two, Karter Sarff would fly to the front of the field on lap eight to hold the prized position as the laps quickly started ticking away at a rapid rate.

Holding steady out front, Sarff would not be denied in his first feature win on the season with outstanding action following the leader as Kale Drake and Cannon McIntosh swapped positions nearly every lap with McIntosh placing runner-up and Drake finalizing the podium placements.

“This track was fun tonight with a treacherous curb that could be tricky, very happy to hang on tonight for the win” said Karter Sarff in the Coles County Speedway winners circle. Adding, “Hopefully we can keep this momentum going for the rest of the week at what feels like home tracks to me.”

Staying in the hunt all event while flying through the field, Gavin Miller would finish fourth from starting fourteenth with Jake Neuman rounding out the POWRi National Midget League top-five finishers in Night One of the POWRi Illinois SPEEDWeek presented by Start2Finish TV at Coles County Speedway.

POWRi National Midgets | Coles County Speedway | 6/13/24:

Hoosier Racing Tire Quick Hot Lap Time: 21K-Karter Sarff(10.125)

Flying A Motorsports Heat Race 1 Winner: 21K-Karter Sarff

Eibach Heat Race 2 Winner: 91-Zach Daum

Auto Meter Heat Race 3 Winner: 71-Cannon McIntosh

Victory Fuel High Point Qualifier: 51B-Joe B Miller

Meru Safety Hard Charger: 26-Corbin Rueschenberg

Toyota Racing Development Feature Winner: 21K-Karter Sarff

Toyota Racing Development TRD A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 21K-Karter Sarff[4]; 2. 71-Cannon McIntosh[3]; 3. 97K-Kale Drake[10]; 4. 97-Gavin Miller[14]; 5. 3N-Jake Neuman[7]; 6. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[17]; 7. 43-Gunnar Setser[8]; 8. 51B-Joe B Miller[1]; 9. 83-Will Armitage[19]; 10. 06-Kevin Newton[11]; 11. 7Z-Zoe Pearce[13]; 12. 66-Jayden Clay[18]; 13. 91-Zach Daum[2]; 14. 72-Sam Johnson[15]; 15. 14S-Tyler Edwards[5]; 16. 56-Mitchell Davis[12]; 17. 86-Shane Cottle[6]; 18. 48-Eric Webber[16]; 19. 95-Chris Andrews[9].

Flying A Motorsports Flying A Motorsports Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 21K-Karter Sarff[1]; 2. 51B-Joe B Miller[6]; 3. 97K-Kale Drake[2]; 4. 86-Shane Cottle[7]; 5. 72-Sam Johnson[3]; 6. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[4]; 7. (DNS) 83-Will Armitage.

Eibach Racing Eibach Racing Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 91-Zach Daum[3]; 2. 3N-Jake Neuman[2]; 3. 06-Kevin Newton[1]; 4. 56-Mitchell Davis[4]; 5. 7Z-Zoe Pearce[6]; 6. 48-Eric Webber[5].

Auto Meter Auto Meter Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 71-Cannon McIntosh[2]; 2. 14S-Tyler Edwards[3]; 3. 43-Gunnar Setser[4]; 4. 95-Chris Andrews[6]; 5. 97-Gavin Miller[5]; 6. 66-Jayden Clay[1].

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DANNY DIETRICH WINS OHIO SPEEDWEEK AT SHARON FOR THE 2ND TIME IN 3 TRIES WORTH $5000 WITH FAST "410" SPRINTS; RUSH SPRINTS TO ARNIE KENT FOR THE 1ST TIME



June 12, 2024

By Mike Leone

(Hartford, OH)…Sharon Speedway returned to action on Wednesday night hosting round six of the 42nd annual Ohio Speedweek for the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply "410" Sprint Cars presented by Bala Management in a FAST on Dirt Series-sanctioned event. Celebrating in the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply victory lane were Danny Dietrich (FAST "410" Sprint Cars) and Arnie Kent (Billy's Garage RUSH Sprint Cars. Seven-two cars filled the pit area for the two-division Sprint Car only program on Diehl Automotive Night.

In 2021, Danny Dietrich captured his first career Sharon Speedway victory part of Ohio Speedweek sanctioned by the All Star Circuit of Champions. On Wednesday night, Dietrich led all 30 caution-free laps of the feature to become the fifth different winner in as many Ohio Speedweek events (Fremont's feature was rained out) this year! Dietrich earned $5,000 for his fifth career Ohio Speedweek win overall in the first FAST-sanctioned event at Sharon since 2019.

"I didn't even feel good at the beginning," acknowledged the 36-year-old Gettysburg, Pa. standout. "The full load of fuel back there makes you feel kind of crappy. I felt slow and it just slows down so fast. I decided to move around a bit. I didn't feel like I had a big lead, but didn't hear anyone. Eventually I got to watching (Tim) Shaffer and he was walking away from me on the bottom and middle. A couple times I rolled the middle and the car felt pretty good. I finally moved down and felt like if anyone drove around me they would have to be pretty good. We love to coming to Sharon and love coming to Ohio Speedweek. This is a really feel good moment for the team. I want to thank you fans for coming out and my sponsors. We've had a long week and my guys have put in a lot of hours."

Dietrich drew the pole for the feature and raced into the lead over defending FAST Series Champion and local hot shoe, Brandon Spithaler, while Scotty Thiel went fifth to third. Australian Brock Hallett passed Thiel for third on lap two and by lap five the top three of Dietrich, Spithaler, and Hallett began to pull away. Hallett pressured Spithaler for the runner-up spot on laps 8-10, but was unable to make the pass.

Eyes began to shift to Zeth Sabo, who was riding the fence from his eighth starting spot. Sabo cracked the top five on lap 10 then drove around Dale Blaney for fourth on lap 11 before getting into the fence the following lap, which allowed Blaney to regain fourth. Dietrich caught lapped traffic on lap 13 before an incredible battle for third erupted just prior to the halfway point as Hallett was trying to hold off Dale Blaney, Sabo, and Dave Blaney. Dale Blaney and Sabo both raced past Hallett for third and fourth respectively on lap 15.

Back up front, Dietrich began to pull away from Spithaler and the battle for third just past the halfway point. Dave Blaney worked his way by Sabo for fourth on lap 23; meanwhile, Dave's younger brother, Dale, snuck under Spithaler for second on lap 24.

Sixth starting Dale Blaney cut into Dietrich's lead in the final laps, but the margin was too great as Dietrich's second career Sharon win came by 1.619 seconds in the Gary Kauffman-owned, Sandoe's Fruit Market/Derek Snyder's Self Made Racing/Weikert's Livestock/York Excavating/Drop of Ink Tattoo-sponsored #48.

Spithaler kept 10th starting Dave Blaney at bay for third. Cap Henry was 5th after starting 9th. Completing the top 10 were Sabo, Hallett, Cale Thomas, Thiel, and 17th starting Jordyn Charge. Henry set fast time overall against the 55-car field in qualifying with a lap of 15.479. Heat winners were Spithaler, Dietrich, Dave Blaney, Thomas, and Thiel, while the last chance B mains went to Craig Mintz and Tim Shaffer.

Veteran Sprint Car racer, Arnie Kent, finally captured his first career Sharon RUSH Sprint Car feature win and first victory at the track in nearly 22 years! Kent drove around fellow veteran John Mollick on lap five and pulled away for the $800 Billy's Garage feature victory in a race that was slowed just once for a caution. Kent, who had never finished better than third at Sharon in his 21 prior RUSH starts at the Hartford, Ohio oval, became the fourth different RUSH Sprint Car winner in four races on the 2024 Sunbelt Rentals Weekly Series circuit.

"I've been trying for several years to get one here," acknowledged the soon-to-be 60-year-old New Castle, Pa. driver. "We had a good car at the end of last year and it carried over to this year. The car was sticking really good and I could pretty much drive everywhere I wanted. Once I got in front, I got to the bottom and just stayed there. This means a lot for these guys; they work hard and it takes an army to run one of these things. We stayed up late last night and did some work to it and it all paid off."

Kent started fourth and drove by Charlie Utsinger and Gale Ruth, Jr. for second at the start of the 20-lap feature. Kent was all over Mollick on laps 2-5. Typically it's Mollick up top and Kent on the bottom, but the roles were reversed on this night as Kent made the outside work nipping Mollick at the start-finish line to lead lap five. Sixth starting Brandon Blackshear made it a three-car race for the lead on lap seven before Kent began to pull away on lap nine.

Kent caught lapped traffic on lap 15 before the event's only caution for a spin by rookie T.J. Rosario with 17 laps completed. Kent was able to keep Mollick at bay over the final laps as he took the checkered flag first by 0.831 seconds in the Jack Mahoney-owned, Burkhardt Sheet Metal/Bucket of Suds Car Wash/Brazen Contracting/Big G's Portable Toilets-sponsored #9.

Kent became the 13th different driver to win a RUSH Sprint Car race at Sharon as the victory was the second of his career overall at Sharon as he also owns one "410" Sprint Car victory back on August 3, 2022! It was also Kent's first RUSH Sprint Car win on the circuit since winning a pair of events during the inaugural 2018 season.

In fact, none of the top four finishers had ever won a RUSH Sprint Car event at Sharon including Mollick in second, sixth starting Brandon Blackshear in third, and Brent Rhebergen in fourth. Rhebergen came from the 10th starting spot in his first ever Sharon RUSH Sprint Car race and earned the $100 Summit Racing Equipment Hard Charger gift card. Rounding out the top 10 were Bill Cunningham, Utsinger, Amelia Clay, Joe Buccola, and Billy Myers. Mollick and Ruth won the heat races.

Coming up this Saturday night (June 15), the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Big-Block Modifieds will make their second appearance of the season for $2,000 to-win and will be joined by the Billy's Garage RUSH Sprint Cars, Gibson Insurance Agency Pro Stocks, and the first appearance of the season by the Whelen Econo Mods. Race time is 7 p.m.

Ohio Speedweek for the FAST on Dirt Hovis Auto & Truck Supply "410" Sprint Cars presented by Bala Management (30 laps, $5,000 to-win): 1. DANNY DIETRICH (Kauffman 48) 2. Dale Blaney (Barris 32B) 3. Brandon Spithaler (22) 4. Dave Blaney (10) 5. Cap Henry (Ward 33w) 6. Zeth Sabo (Farmer 29) 7. Brock Hallett (5AU) 8. Cale Thomas (Kiser 23) 9. Scotty Thiel (73) 10. Jordyn Charge (V60) 11. Ricky Peterson (2) 12. Skylar Gee (99) 13. Chris Verda (3V) 14. Greg Wilson (w20) 15. A.J. Flick (2) 16. Riley Goodno (22) 17. Tim Shaffer (Demyan/Rudzik 49x) 18. Travis Philo (5T) 19. Creed Kemenah (15K) 20. Craig Mintz (09) 21. Dan Kuriger (08) 22. Nate Dussel (1) 23. Max Guilford (79) 24. Dylan Norris (17).

DNQ for the feature: Trey Jacobs (McClure 9), David Kalb, Jr. (11J), Joel Myers, Jr. (Hayward 19), Conner Morrell (28M), Adam Kekich (5K), Glenn Styres (0), Jeremy Weaver (McMillin 5), Devon Borden (Grove 45), Sterling Cling (34), Carl Bowser (11), Zane DeVault (Lane 4), Reese Nowotarski (10x), Tyler Gunn (68G), Logan McCandless (29), Henry Malcuit (70), Danny Sams III (24D), Michael Bauer (46), Brett Brunkenhoefer (47), Leyton Wagner (38), John Jerich (3), Chris Myers (25), Dusty Larson (47), Stuart Brubaker (35), Cody Bova (20B), Natalie Brannon (8), Chase Metheney (31c), Danny Smith (4), George Hobaugh (40), Kalib Henry (Running Boxer Farm 101), Cameron Nastasi (99), Jake Hesson (5J).

Billy's Garage RUSH Sprint Cars (20 laps, $800 to-win): 1. 9-ARNIE KENT[4]; 2. 4J-John Mollick[1]; 3. 10-Brandon Blackshear[6]; 4. 68-Brent Rhebergen[10]; 5. 24-Gale Ruth Jr[2]; 6. 44-Bill Cunningham[5]; 7. 23-Charlie Utsinger[3]; 8. 16C-Amelia Clay[8]; 9. 5B-Joe Buccola[9]; 10. 43SR-Billy Myers[12]; 11. 29-Brandon Shughart[15]; 12. 17-Trent Marshall[11]; 13. 13K-Kevin Kaserman[13]; 14. 1E-Curt Emings[14]; 15. 17M-CJ McClintock[16]; 16. 48T-TJ Rosario[17]; 17. 41-Blaze Myers[7].

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 X (formerly known as Twitter) at www.twitter.com/sharonspdwy.

 

Dietrich turns Ohio Sprint Speedweek around with Sharon victory

Thursday, June 13, 2024

By Brian Liskai

HARTFORD, Ohio – To say Danny Dietrich wasn’t enjoying the 42nd Annual Ohio Sprint Speedweek is a huge understatement. The Gettysburg, Pennsylvania resident missed the feature the first two nights, came a very close second the third, crashed the fourth night, took the fifth night to regroup, and came back strong Wednesday at Sharon Speedway, leading all 30 caution-free laps for the $5,000 victory.

Dietrich became the fifth different winner in five nights during the Ti-22 Performance FAST On Dirt Series sanctioned event. It was his second career victory at Sharon. Local favorite Dale Blaney charged from sixth to second with Brandon Spithaler, Dave Blaney (from 10th) and current speedweek point leader Cap Henry rounding out the top five.

“I just felt that consistent laps and no mistakes were the key to staying out front. I really didn’t feel that pounding the fence down was a smart way to try and race. Moving around and keeping an eye on racing grooves was very important. I love Sharon and I love coming to Ohio speedweek. This has been a tough so this is a really feel good moment for our race team. It’s tough with 50 cars every night,” said Dietrich beside his Weikert’s Livestock, Derek Snyder Self-made Racing, RV 4WD & Performance, York Excavating, Sandoes Fruit Market backed #48.

The 42nd Annual Ohio Sprint Speedweek will continue at Muskingum County Speedway for night #7 of the nine night event.

Sharon Speedway

Wednesday, June 13, 2024

Ti-22 Performance FAST On Dirt Series

A-Main (30 laps)

1. 48-Danny Dietrich; 2. 32B-Dale Blaney; 3. 22-Brandon Spithaler; 4. 10-Dave Blaney; 5. 33W-Cap Henry; 6. 29S-Zeth Sabo; 7. 5AU-Brock Hallett; 8. 23-Cale Thomas; 9. 73-Scotty Thiel; 10. 60-Jordyn Charge; 11. 2-Ricky Peterson; 12. 99-Skylar Gee; 13. 3V-Chris Verda; 14. W20-Greg Wilson; 15. 2-AJ Flick; 16-22-Riley Goodno; 17. 49X-Tim Shaffer; 18. 5T-Travis Philo; 19. 15K-Creed Kemenah; 20. 09-Craig Mintz; 21. 08-Dan Kuriger; 22. 1-Nate Dussel; 23. 79-Max Guilford; 24. 17-Dylan Norris

B-Main 1 (12 laps, top 2 to A)

1. 09-Craig Mintz; 2. 17-Dylan Norris; 3. 9-Trey Jacobs; 4. 19H-Joel Myers Jr.; 5. 5K-Adam Kekich; 6. 5-Jeremy Weaver; 7. 34-Sterling Cling; 8. 4-Zane DeVault; 9. 68G-Tyler Gunn; 10. 70-Henry Malcuit; 11. 46-Michael Bauer; 12. 38-Leyton Wagner; 13. 25-Chris Myers; 14. 35-Stuart Brubaker; 15. 8-Natalie Brannon; 16. 4-Danny Smith

B-Main 2 (12 laps, top 2 to A)

1. 49X-Tim Shaffer; 2. 5T-Travis Philo; 3. 11J-David Kalb Jr.; 4. 28M-Conner Morrell; 5. 0-Glenn Styres; 6. 45-Devon Borden; 7. 11-Carl Bowser; 8. 10X-Reese Nowotarski; 9. 23-Locan McCandless; 10. 24D-Danny Sams IIII; 11. 47B-Brett Brukenhoefer; 12. 3-John Jerich; 13. 47-Dusty Larson; 14. 20B-Cody Bova; 15. 31C-Chase Metheney

 

 

Pirtek Renegade        Ogilvie MN, June 8th, 2024

Twenty-four Pirtek Renegade winged sprints filled the pits on Saturday to take part in the Big O Showdown World of Outlaws show at Ogilvie Raceway, with the Rapid Press Printing heat #1 going to Owen Carlson. Brett Peterson claimed the James Ackerley Construction/Kiki’s Salsa heat race #2, and Chase Viebrock took the Adams Estates heat #3. Viebrock earned 125 passing points for starting in sixth position and finishing in first position.

After the redraw, it was Tony Kaus and Peterson setting the pace for the 20-lap feature, with the track being freshly farmed, the drivers slice and diced their way around the track, with a power to the point racing down the straight aways. The slick track made for a fast high line, helping Carlson and Viebrock make their way to the front from sixth and seventh position, while Matthew Weber moved and grooved his way from twenty-second to thirteenth, and Casey Lang drove the 609 car to a hard charger of the night, passing twelve cars from twentieth position to eight position.

At the double checkers after all twenty laps were in the books it was Carlson collecting his fourth sticker of the season in front of Viebrock, Jamey Ogston, Peterson, and Patrick Heikkinen, as Carlson parked in Pirtek/Hoosier Tire North Victory Lane.

The Pirtek Renegades next events will be Friday and Saturday, June 14th and 15th, when the winged and traditionals travel to Princeton Speedway on Friday and back at Ogilvie Raceway on Saturday 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.

By: Sherri Murawski

Results

UMSS Sprints Feature (20 Laps): 1. 07-Owen Carlson[6]; 2. 50-Chase Viebrock[7]; 3. 03-Jamey Ogston[5]; 4. 42X-Brett Peterson[2]; 5. 13-Patrick Heikkinen[9]; 6. 44-Dani Aldrich[11]; 7. 3TK-Tony Kaus[1]; 8. 609-Casey Lang[20]; 9. 59-Jamie Reberg[10]; 10. 33S-Jeremy Schultz[13]; 11. 2V-Chris Vogel[16]; 12. 57-Ryan Buck[12]; 13. 24M-Matthew Weber[22]; 14. 12-Jason Flohrs[17]; 15. 4H-Mitchell Hagen[19]; 16. 13A-Ryan Anondson[18]; 17. (DNF) 4-Michael Stien[3]; 18. (DNF) 95-John Vaillancourt[8]; 19. (DNF) 7-Keegan Coss[21]; 20. (DNF) 46H-Ken Hron[15]; 21. (DNF) 3K-Jeremy Kerzman[4]; 22. (DNF) 4S-Jeremy Snow[14]; 23. (DNS) 9C-Cole Stella; 24. (DNS) 2J-John Lowe

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 07-Owen Carlson[3]; 2. 03-Jamey Ogston[1]; 3. 3TK-Tony Kaus[6]; 4. 59-Jamie Reberg[5]; 5. 44-Dani Aldrich[7]; 6. 4S-Jeremy Snow[8]; 7. (DNS) 9C-Cole Stella; 8. (DQ) 609-Casey Lang[2]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 42X-Brett Peterson[1]; 2. 4-Michael Stien[5]; 3. 95-John Vaillancourt[3]; 4. 7-Keegan Coss[8]; 5. 57-Ryan Buck[7]; 6. 12-Jason Flohrs[4]; 7. 13A-Ryan Anondson[2]; 8. 4H-Mitchell Hagen[6]
Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 50-Chase Viebrock[6]; 2. 3K-Jeremy Kerzman[2]; 3. 13-Patrick Heikkinen[3]; 4. 33S-Jeremy Schultz[4]; 5. 46H-Ken Hron[5]; 6. 2V-Chris Vogel[7]; 7. 24M-Matthew Weber[8]; 8. (DNF) 2J-John Lowe[1]

 

 

 

Jordan Ryan etches his name in Ohio Sprint Speedweek recordbook with Wayne County win

Tuesday, June 11, 2024

By Brian Liskai

ORRVILLE, Ohio – There’s little doubt Jordan Ryan grew up attending races during Ohio Sprint Speedweek and eventually got to participate in a few. Now the 27-year-old from Bellevue, Ohio can call himself an Ohio Sprint Speedweek winner.

Ryan led all 30 laps Monday, June 10 at Wayne County Speedway to win night #4 of the 42nd Annual Ohio Sprint Speedweek under the Ti22 Performance FAST On Dirt Series banner and claiming the $5,000 top prize.

“Unbelieveable. We had an awesome car all night. My dad, Matt and Bechtel had this thing on rails. We came into this one with it circled on our calendar and knew we had to perform at our home track. I love this team that I’m surrounded by and wouldn’t want it any other way. I also cannot thank all of our partners enough for allowing us to do this. I’m sure it will take awhile to sink in and still feels unreal to get a speedweek win. I’m excited to get back Friday at Millstream,” said Ryan beside his Meggitt’s Sandblasting & Painting, Eagle Excavating, Real Deel Lawncare, Rod Eddleblute’s Garage, Osgars Auto Body, Joyride Transportation, Cole’s Energy, Burns Electric, Renegade Race Fuels and Lubricants, Lakeview Roofing, Keizer Racing Wheels, Berryman Racing Shocks, Kistler Engines, Kistler Racing Products, Capitol Renegade, Glenn Styres Chassis, Ace Auto Performance backed #25R.

Ryan, the 2018 Wayne County Speedway champion, scored a win at the track in April, started along side of defending track champion Tyler Gunn for the 30-lap feature and quickly took command. Gunn challenged early but contact with the turn two wall ended his run on lap 6. Only a pair of cautions halted Ryan’s march to victory, but he executed perfect restarts to pull away from a tremendous battles for second.

Sunday’s speedweek winner Cale Thomas took over second when Gunn had his misfortunes but Travis Philo drove into the runner-up spot on a lap 17 restart. Zane DeVault came on strong in the closing laps, taking second on the white flag lap and closed on Ryan, falling just four-tenths of a second at the checkers.

Philo, Thomas, Darin Naida, Brandon Spithaler, Conner Morrell, Danny Sams, Sterling Cling and Devon Borden rounded out the top 10.

The Ti22 Performance FAST on Dirt Series moves to Hilltop Speedway Tuesday for night #5 of the 42nd Annual Ohio Sprint Speedweek with FloRacing carrying the streaming broadcast.

Wayne County Speedway

Monday, June 10, 2024

Ti22 Performance FAST On Dirt Sprints

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 25R-Jordan Ryan[2]; 2. 4-Zane DeVault[7]; 3. 5T-Travis Philo[6]; 4. 23-Cale Thomas[4]; 5. 7N-Darin Naida[3]; 6. 22-Brandon Spithaler[8]; 7. 28M-Conner Morrell[9]; 8. 24D-Danny Sams III[12]; 9. 34-Sterling Cling[16]; 10. 45-Devon Borden[5]; 11. 38-Leyton Wagner[18]; 12. 9J-Trey Jacobs[13]; 13. 17-Dylan Norris[17]; 14. 81-Lee Jacobs[10]; 15. W20-Greg Wilson[19]; 16. 49X-Tim Shaffer[15]; 17. 33W-Cap Henry[22]; 18. 27-Emerson Axsom[24]; 19. (DNF) 2P-Ricky Peterson[23]; 20. (DNF) 60-Jordyn Charge[11]; 21. (DNF) 5J-Jake Hesson[20]; 22. (DNF) 5AU-Brock Hallett[14]; 23. (DNF) 29-Zeth Sabo[21]; 24. (DNF) 91-Tyler Gunn[1]

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 29-Zeth Sabo[1]; 2. 2P-Ricky Peterson[12]; 3. 25-Jamie Myers[2]; 4. 19-TJ Michael[5]; 5. 38K-Chris Myers[7]; 6. 2-Joe Adorjan[6]; 7. 29M-Logan McCandless[3]; 8. 7DK-Dylan Kingan[4]; 9. 47-Todd King[11]; 10. 7-Troy Kingan[9]; 11. 99N-Cameron Nastasi[14]; 12. (DNS) 5-Kody Brewer; 13. (DNS) 8T-Tanner Tecco; 14. (DNS) 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 33W-Cap Henry[1]; 2. 27-Emerson Axsom[3]; 3. 15K-Creed Kemenah[4]; 4. 4*-Tyler Street[2]; 5. 20B-Cody Bova[6]; 6. 22G-Riley Goodno[5]; 7. 6J-Jonah Aumend[7]; 8. 0-Glenn Styres[10]; 9. 9H-Lance Heinberger[12]; 10. 13-Jeremy Duposki[9]; 11. 3TN-Tyler Newhart[13]; 12. (DNF) 11-Shawn Hubler[8]; 13. (DNS) 48-Danny Dietrich

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 45-Devon Borden[6]; 2. 28M-Conner Morrell[8]; 3. 60-Jordyn Charge[5]; 4. 5T-Travis Philo[1]; 5. 17-Dylan Norris[7]; 6. 33W-Cap Henry[2]; 7. 27-Emerson Axsom[10]; 8. 22G-Riley Goodno[9]; 9. 6J-Jonah Aumend[11]; 10. 13-Jeremy Duposki[13]; 11. (DNF) 48-Danny Dietrich[3]; 12. (DNF) 29-Zeth Sabo[4]; 13. (DNF) 99N-Cameron Nastasi[12]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 25R-Jordan Ryan[3]; 2. 23-Cale Thomas[4]; 3. 24D-Danny Sams III[1]; 4. 5AU-Brock Hallett[5]; 5. 38-Leyton Wagner[7]; 6. 25-Jamie Myers[10]; 7. 7DK-Dylan Kingan[9]; 8. 2-Joe Adorjan[12]; 9. (DNF) 5-Kody Brewer[8]; 10. (DNF) 8T-Tanner Tecco[11]; 11. (DNF) 99-Skylar Gee[2]; 12. (DNF) 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[6]; 13. (DNS) 101-Kalib Henry

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 4-Zane DeVault[1]; 2. 91-Tyler Gunn[2]; 3. 9J-Trey Jacobs[3]; 4. 49X-Tim Shaffer[6]; 5. W20-Greg Wilson[10]; 6. 4*-Tyler Street[8]; 7. 15K-Creed Kemenah[4]; 8. 20B-Cody Bova[5]; 9. 11-Shawn Hubler[12]; 10. 0-Glenn Styres[11]; 11. (DNF) 2P-Ricky Peterson[7]; 12. (DNS) 70-Henry Malcuit

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 22-Brandon Spithaler[1]; 2. 81-Lee Jacobs[2]; 3. 7N-Darin Naida[4]; 4. 34-Sterling Cling[3]; 5. 5J-Jake Hesson[7]; 6. 29M-Logan McCandless[6]; 7. 19-TJ Michael[10]; 8. 38K-Chris Myers[5]; 9. 7-Troy Kingan[12]; 10. 47-Todd King[9]; 11. 9H-Lance Heinberger[11]; 12. 3TN-Tyler Newhart[8]

Qualifying 1 (10 Laps): 1. 29-Zeth Sabo, 00:14.174[8]; 2. 5T-Travis Philo, 00:14.419[3]; 3. 33W-Cap Henry, 00:14.439[9]; 4. 48-Danny Dietrich, 00:14.444[4]; 5. 60-Jordyn Charge, 00:14.727[10]; 6. 45-Devon Borden, 00:14.772[6]; 7. 17-Dylan Norris, 00:14.801[12]; 8. 28M-Conner Morrell, 00:14.995[11]; 9. 22G-Riley Goodno, 00:15.234[2]; 10. 27-Emerson Axsom, 00:15.388[5]; 11. 6J-Jonah Aumend, 00:15.982[13]; 12. 99N-Cameron Nastasi, 00:16.474[1]; 13. (DNF) 13-Jeremy Duposki[7]

Qualifying 2 (10 Laps): 1. 23-Cale Thomas, 00:14.300[3]; 2. 24D-Danny Sams III, 00:14.374[6]; 3. 99-Skylar Gee, 00:14.439[10]; 4. 25R-Jordan Ryan, 00:14.639[13]; 5. 5AU-Brock Hallett, 00:14.700[4]; 6. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek, 00:14.907[7]; 7. 38-Leyton Wagner, 00:14.969[9]; 8. 5-Kody Brewer, 00:15.043[12]; 9. 7DK-Dylan Kingan, 00:15.162[2]; 10. 25-Jamie Myers, 00:15.532[5]; 11. 8T-Tanner Tecco, 00:15.748[11]; 12. 2-Joe Adorjan, 00:15.770[1]; 13. (DNF) 101-Kalib Henry[8]

Qualifying 3 (10 Laps): 1. 15K-Creed Kemenah, 00:14.785[1]; 2. 4-Zane DeVault, 00:14.817[5]; 3. 91-Tyler Gunn, 00:14.878[8]; 4. 9J-Trey Jacobs, 00:14.977[3]; 5. 20B-Cody Bova, 00:14.988[11]; 6. 49X-Tim Shaffer, 00:14.993[4]; 7. 2P-Ricky Peterson, 00:15.049[7]; 8. 4*-Tyler Street, 00:15.058[9]; 9. 70-Henry Malcuit, 00:15.354[10]; 10. W20-Greg Wilson, 00:15.373[6]; 11. 0-Glenn Styres, 00:15.718[2]; 12. 11-Shawn Hubler, 00:16.239[12]

Qualifying 4 (10 Laps): 1. 7N-Darin Naida, 00:14.755[5]; 2. 22-Brandon Spithaler, 00:14.986[7]; 3. 81-Lee Jacobs, 00:15.238[3]; 4. 34-Sterling Cling, 00:15.331[1]; 5. 38K-Chris Myers, 00:15.632[8]; 6. 29M-Logan McCandless, 00:15.652[4]; 7. 5J-Jake Hesson, 00:15.660[11]; 8. 3TN-Tyler Newhart, 00:15.737[12]; 9. 47-Todd King, 00:15.766[9]; 10. 19-TJ Michael, 00:15.773[10]; 11. 9H-Lance Heinberger, 00:15.995[6]; 12. 7-Troy Kingan, 00:16.115[2]

 

 

Paul Nienhiser Conquers Quincy for Fourth Sprint Invaders Win of 2024!
by Bill Wright

Quincy, IL, June 9, 2024 – For the second Mohrfeld Solar Sprint Invaders feature in a row, Paul Nienhiser was victorious. And for the second time in a row, he lost a lead and had to reclaim it in the late going. Sunday’s win came at the Adams County (Illinois) Speedway in Quincy. It was Paul’s second win in as many years on the 1/3-mile oval, the fourth of the season with the Sprint Invaders, and the sixteenth in his career with the series, which is third all-time.

Nienhiser shot out to the early lead in the 25-lap main event from outside row one. Terry McCarl and Cody Wehrle trailed early on the dry-slick surface, before McCain Richards slowed to bring the first caution one lap in. Wehrle worked on McCarl, using the low side to pass him for second on lap four. Tyler Lee followed him into third when McCarl got over the top of turn three a lap later.

Tasker Phillips, who returned to the feature after flipping in his heat, spun to bring another caution on lap six. Nienhiser led Wehrle, Lee, McCarl and Dugan Thye back to green. On lap nine, McCarl rode the cushion around Lee for third, and two laps later, Thye, utilizing a 305 motor, got by Lee for fourth.

A spin by Skyler Daly brought another caution on lap 13. Wehrle took off on the restart, and slid by Nienhiser to take the lead. He was cruising, until a bit of a slip-up high in turn two on lap 20. It was all Nienhiser needed to retake the lead.

One more caution for a slowing Chase Richards didn’t deter Nienhiser from his $2,000 win aboard Scott Bonar’s #50. McCarl gained second late, ahead of Wehrle, a late charging Bunton and Lee. Thye, Tanner Gebhardt, Joey Moughan, Colton Fisher and Jake Glasgow rounded out the top ten. Ryan Jamison, Nienhiser and Gebhardt won heats, and McCarl took the Dash. A scary incident marred the night. After Jamison’s heat win, he pulled over and exited the car with burns. He was transported to the hospital for further observation.

“These guys are really making me earn it these last couple nights,” said Nienhiser of his win. “Fortunately, we’ve come out on the better side of the stick. Cody ran a really good race there. I probably made a bad decision on where I restarted. He got under me, and honestly, if it wasn’t for him making a mistake, I felt like I lost the race. We were able to readjust and get close enough that if he was going to make a mistake, we’d be able to take advantage, and that’s just what happened. The 50 car was just as good as always. Scott and I have been together for several seasons and we’re working well together.”

“I was off at the beginning,” said McCarl of his second place finish in Jimmy Davies #99. “I don’t drive this car very often, and I haven’t in a few years. It takes me awhile to figure things out and get comfortable in the car. I think we dropped back as far as fifth, but I think I figured out where I was good and where I was bad. I think we had a shot to win it there when that last yellow came out, because I had taken second, but that’s not the way it worked out. We always want to win, but I feel good when I think we ‘mechanicked’ good and I did my best job of driving. As long as Jimmy’s happy, so am I. This is a fun track, and I’m glad we got to come down here.”

“I am disappointed, but I have to look at the big picture and who I’m racing with,” said Wehrle. “I think I’ll be proud of this tomorrow. Right now I’m a little dejected. It was a great track…much better than I thought after a 25-lap late model race. I hope it was fun to watch, because it was fun in the car. I had a great restart there. The bottom of four was working really well for me. I was able to stay down there a little bit better than everyone. The last restart killed me. We weren’t near as good in the latter half of that race.”

The Sprint Invaders have a three-race weekend ahead. On Friday, June 21, they will compete at Jacksonville Speedway in Jacksonville, Illinois. On Saturday, June 22, they will be at 34 Raceway in West Burlington, Iowa and on Sunday, June 23, they head for East Moline Speedway in East Moline, Illinois. For more information on the Sprint Invaders, visit www.SprintInvaders.net or visit us on Facebook.

Mohrfeld Solar Sprint Invaders Results

Shottenkirk Automotive Group A main (started), 25 laps: 1. 50, Paul Nienhiser, Chapin, IL (2) 2. 99, Terry McCarl, Altoona, IA (1) 3. 40c, Cody Wehrle, Burlington, IA (3) 4. 6R, Ryan Bunton, Morton, IL (7) 5. 7, Tyler Lee, Cedar Rapids, IA (5) 6. 11T, Dugan Thye, Burlington, IA (6) 7. 81, Tanner Gebhardt, Burlington, IA (4) 8. 31x, Joey Moughan, Springfield, IL (8) 9. 11, Colton Fisher, Mediapolis, IA (12) 10. 62, Jake Glasgow, Burlington, IA (15) 11. 1TAZ, Tasker Phillips, Pleasantville, IA (19) 12. 2B, Garrett Benson, Concordia, MO (10) 13. 99D, Tucker Daly, Hallsville, MO (11) 14. 31, McCain Richards, Burlington, IA (13) 15. 2A, Austin Archdale, Brimfield, IL (18) 16. 57, Cam Sorrels, Hallsville, MO (14) 17. 52D, Skyler Daly, Hallsville, MO (17) 18. 4x, Chase Richards, Burlington, IA (9) 19. 17, Paul Haley, Springfield, IL (16) DNS – 51J, Ryan Jamison, Mediapolis, IA. Lap Leaders: Nienhiser 1-13, Wehrle 14-19, Nienhiser 20-25. $75 Christine Wahl-Levitt/KSE Hard-charger: Phillips.

Randall’s Performance Heat one (started), 8 laps: 1. Ryan Jamison (1) 2. Cody Wehrle (4) 3. Garrett Bender (2) 4. Chase Richards (6) 5. Jake Glasgow (3) 6. Cam Sorrels (7) 7. Skyler Daly (5)

Joshua Denning & Associates Heat two (started), 8 laps: 1. Paul Nienhiser (2) 2. Tyler Lee (3) 3. Terry McCarl (6) 4. Dugan Thye (7) 5. McCain Richards (4) 6. Austin Archdale (5) 7. Tasker Phillips (1)

Morning Sun Farm Implement Heat three (started), 8 laps: 1. Tanner Gebhardt (1) 2. Ryan Bunton (2) 3. Joey Moughan (4) 4. Tucker Daly (3) 5. Colton Fisher (5) 6. Paul Haley (6)

Agriland FS Dash (started), 6 laps: 1. Terry McCarl (2) 2. Paul Nienhiser (3) 3. Cody Wehrle (5) 4. Tanner Gebhardt (1) 5. Tyler Lee (4) DNS – Ryan Jamison

Contingencies

King Racing Products – Jake Glasgow
DMI – Chase Richards
Saldana Racing Products – Tanner Gebhardt
BMRS – Paul Nienhiser

 

 

McCarl, Patterson and Olivier Make Late-Race Moves to Win During Frankman Motor Company Night at Huset's Speedway

Inside Line Promotions - BRANDON, S.D. (June 9, 2024) - Austin McCarl, Zach Patterson and Zach Olivier drove to victory on Sunday during Frankman Motor Company Night at Huset's Speedway.

All three drivers made the race-winning pass with five laps remaining.

Scott Bogucki paced the field for the opening 20 laps of the 25-lap Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars main event before things got wild on a restart on Lap 21. McCarl executed a slide job in turns one and two to take the lead and Bogucki went to return the favor into turns three and four. However, he got sideways and nearly spun, stacking up the field and allowing McCarl to pull away for his 11 th career win at Huset's Speedway.

"Scott ran a great race," McCarl said before describing how tricky the track was as it changed during the race. "I smelled a little blood and I knew I had to take it (on the restart). I've been sick of running second, third and fourth. This feels really, really good. I feel like I've got my car back and can do things I need to do."

Justin Henderson capitalized on the late-race melee to advance into a second-place finish.

"I'm very proud of a podium finish," he said. "We tried some stuff to get it tighter and tighter. We've been learning a lot."

Kerry Madsen placed third for his third podium in the last four races at Huset's Speedway.

"I ran out of time," he said. "The first 10 laps it was kind of hard to pass. Everybody was quick and hard to pass. I got a good rhythm in (turns) three and four. I'm pleased to say we're disappointed in third, but it's still a good result."

Kyle Reinhardt was fourth and Bogucki recovered for fifth.

Jacob Allen and Mark Dobmeier each set quick time during their qualifying groups before Brendan Mullen, Skylar Prochaska, Bogucki and Tim Estenson picked up heat race wins. Tyler Drueke was the B Main winner.

Patterson charged from 11 th to capture the victory during the 20-lap Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series A Main. It was his first career driving win at the track as he primarily works on the Big Game Motorsports team that competes on the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series. The triumphant performance also earned the Hard Charger Award for passing the most cars.

"Oh man, I'm a little worn out after that one," he said. "This is my first ever sprint car win. Jay Masur let me race last year. He's been super good to me. I couldn't be more grateful for him and Gracyn Masur. This is her car. I'm happy we could put it in Victory Lane for them."

Hunter Hanson was the early leader for the first three laps before John Lambertz took over the top spot on a restart on Lap 4. He held the lead until Patterson caught him in traffic on Lap 16.

Lambertz placed second with Nick Barger, Hanson and 12th-starting Brady Donnohue rounding out the top five, respectively.

The heat races were won by Bill Johnson, Corbin Erickson, Brandon Bosma, Koby Werkmeister and Hanson. Jacob Peterson and Michalob Voeltz posted B Main victories.

Ron Howe led the first 15 laps of the 20-lap Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks feature before seventh-starting Olivier drove around him in turn two. Olivier powered into the top spot down the backstretch and dove to the bottom entering turn three on Lap 16.

Meanwhile, Cory Yeigh hustled from 14 th into the runner-up position by Lap 17. He closed to Olivier's rear bumper before the third-and-final caution occurred on Lap 19 to set up a green-white-checkered finish. Olivier was strong on the restart as he powered to his 22 nd career triumph at the track.

"Man, that was awesome," he said. "Shout out to the track crew here. Awesome track.

"Cautions were well timed for sure. I noticed Cory was coming toward the end. I thought about going to the top the last lap or two. I pushed it a lot harder on the bottom the last couple of laps and it seemed to stick."

Yeigh finished second with Howe ending third. Dan Jensen was fourth and points leader J.J. Zebell advanced from 12 th to fifth.

Matt Steuerwald and Howe were the heat race winners.

Next Sunday is Goodin Company Night featuring the Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars, Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks and the Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series. It marks the final Huset's Speedway weekly event prior to the BillionAuto.com Huset's High Bank Nationals presented by MENARDS showcasing the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series June 19-22.

FRANKMAN MOTOR COMPANY NIGHT RESULTS AT HUSET'S SPEEDWAY (June 9, 2024) -

Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 88-Austin McCarl (2); 2. 83-Justin Henderson (4); 3. 55V-Kerry Madsen (8); 4. 71-Kyle Reinhardt (7); 5. 10-Scott Bogucki (1); 6. 11M-Brendan Mullen (9); 7. 1A-Jacob Allen (6); 8. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (3); 9. 3-Tim Kaeding (17); 10. 14T-Tim Estenson (13); 11. 64-Andy Pake (14); 12. 24T-Christopher Thram (18); 13. 95-Tyler Drueke (21); 14. 09-Matt Juhl (12); 15. 17G-Lee Goos Jr (23); 16. 8-Jacob Hughes (22); 17. 7S-Landon Crawley (10); 18. 83JR-Sam Henderson (20); 19. 5G-Gage Pulkrabek (24); 20. (DNF) 74N-Luke Nellis (16); 21. (DNF) 14H-Scott Winters (15); 22. (DNF) 13-Mark Dobmeier (5); 23. (DNF) 16-Skylar Prochaska (11); 24. (DNS) 27-Carson McCarl.

B Feature (12 Laps): 1. 95-Tyler Drueke (1); 2. 8-Jacob Hughes (4); 3. 17G-Lee Goos Jr (6); 4. 5G-Gage Pulkrabek (3); 5. 96-Blaine Stegenga (8); 6. 55-Brandon Allen (5); 7. 10J-Justin Jacobsma (2); 8. 22W-Aaron Werner (9); 9. (DNS) 8X-Micah Slendy; 10. (DNS) 78-Bill Wagner; 11. (DNS) 17B-Ryan Bickett; 12. (DNS) 10X-Trevor Serbus.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 11M-Brendan Mullen (1); 2. 71-Kyle Reinhardt (3); 3. 7S-Landon Crawley (2); 4. 1A-Jacob Allen (4); 5. 27-Carson McCarl (6); 6. 10J-Justin Jacobsma (7); 7. 83JR-Sam Henderson (5); 8. 22W-Aaron Werner (8).

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 16-Skylar Prochaska (1); 2. 88-Austin McCarl (3); 3. 3-Tim Kaeding (5); 4. 55V-Kerry Madsen (4); 5. 74N-Luke Nellis (2); 6. 8-Jacob Hughes (7); 7. 95-Tyler Drueke (6); 8. 8X-Micah Slendy (8).

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 10-Scott Bogucki (2); 2. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (3); 3. 13-Mark Dobmeier (4); 4. 14H-Scott Winters (1); 5. 5G-Gage Pulkrabek (7); 6. 55-Brandon Allen (6); 7. 78-Bill Wagner (8); 8. (DNF) 10X-Trevor Serbus (5).

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 14T-Tim Estenson (1); 2. 83-Justin Henderson (3); 3. 64-Andy Pake (2); 4. 24T-Christopher Thram (5); 5. 09-Matt Juhl (4); 6. 17G-Lee Goos Jr (8); 7. 96-Blaine Stegenga (7); 8. (DNF) 17B-Ryan Bickett (6).

Qualifying A (2 Laps): 1. 1A-Jacob Allen, 00:10.959 (6); 2. 55V-Kerry Madsen, 00:11.021 (12); 3. 71-Kyle Reinhardt, 00:11.047 (10); 4. 88-Austin McCarl, 00:11.132 (4); 5. 7S-Landon Crawley, 00:11.208 (14); 6. 74N-Luke Nellis, 00:11.233 (8); 7. 11M-Brendan Mullen, 00:11.250 (5); 8. 16-Skylar Prochaska, 00:11.251 (16); 9. 83JR-Sam Henderson, 00:11.266 (7); 10. 3-Tim Kaeding, 00:11.292 (13); 11. 27-Carson McCarl, 00:11.353 (1); 12. 95-Tyler Drueke, 00:11.492 (15); 13. 10J-Justin Jacobsma, 00:11.508 (2); 14. 8-Jacob Hughes, 00:11.586 (11); 15. 22W-Aaron Werner, 00:11.731 (9); 16. 8X-Micah Slendy, 00:12.059 (3).

Qualifying B (2 Laps): 1. 13-Mark Dobmeier, 00:11.222 (15); 2. 09-Matt Juhl, 00:11.316 (10); 3. 22K-Kaleb Johnson, 00:11.343 (4); 4. 83-Justin Henderson, 00:11.387 (14); 5. 10-Scott Bogucki, 00:11.412 (11); 6. 64-Andy Pake, 00:11.423 (2); 7. 14H-Scott Winters, 00:11.435 (8); 8. 14T-Tim Estenson, 00:11.466 (1); 9. 10X-Trevor Serbus, 00:11.498 (6); 10. 24T-Christopher Thram, 00:11.584 (3); 11. 55-Brandon Allen, 00:11.720 (9); 12. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 00:11.723 (16); 13. 5G-Gage Pulkrabek, 00:11.747 (7); 14. 96-Blaine Stegenga, 00:11.923 (12); 15. 78-Bill Wagner, 00:12.470 (13); 16. (DQ) 17G-Lee Goos Jr, 00:11.596 (5).

Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 71-Zach Olivier (7); 2. 64-Cory Yeigh (14); 3. 21-Ron Howe (1); 4. 98-Dan Jensen (6); 5. 29Z-JJ Zebell (12); 6. 2-Shaun Taylor (9); 7. 83-Nick Janssen (2); 8. 55-John Hoing (15); 9. 3-Matt Steuerwald (5); 10. 12-Mike Chaney (10); 11. (DNF) 15-Brandon Ferguson (3); 12. (DNF) 40-Tim Dann (8); 13. (DNF) 99-Ryan DeBoer (11); 14. (DNF) 86-Tracy Halouska (4); 15. (DNF) 1X-Aaron Foote (18); 16. (DNF) 3M-Brett Martin (16); 17. (DNF) 9-Kyle DeBoer (13); 18. (DNS) 51-Billy Prouty.

Fastenal Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 3-Matt Steuerwald (4); 2. 40-Tim Dann (6); 3. 15-Brandon Ferguson (3); 4. 2-Shaun Taylor (7); 5. 12-Mike Chaney (9); 6. 99-Ryan DeBoer (1); 7. 9-Kyle DeBoer (5); 8. (DNF) 51-Billy Prouty (8); 9. (DNF) 1X-Aaron Foote (2).

Midwest Oil / VP Fuels Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 21-Ron Howe (1); 2. 83-Nick Janssen (2); 3. 86-Tracy Halouska (3); 4. 98-Dan Jensen (4); 5. 71-Zach Olivier (5); 6. 29Z-JJ Zebell (9); 7. 64-Cory Yeigh (8); 8. 55-John Hoing (6); 9. (DNF) 3M-Brett Martin (7).

Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 28G-Zach Patterson (11); 2. 12L-John Lambertz (4); 3. 14-Nick Barger (5); 4. 9A-Hunter Hanson (2); 5. 34DD-Brady Donnohue (12); 6. 31-Koby Werkmeister (9); 7. 23-Brandon Bosma (10); 8. 81-Jared Jansen (15); 9. 56-Bill Johnson (7); 10. 63-Jack Thomas (14); 11. 17D-Dillon Bickett (13); 12. 2D-Dusty Ballenger (21); 13. 03-Shayle Bade (19); 14. 23L-Aydin Lloyd (3); 15. 48-Cole Olson (6); 16. 80P-Jacob Peterson (16); 17. 23V-Michalob Voeltz (17); 18. 6B-Bayley Ballenger (20); 19. X-Dylan Waxdahl (18); 20. 57-Kyle Magnuson (1); 21. (DNF) 18E-Corbin Erickson (8).

B Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 80P-Jacob Peterson (2); 2. X-Dylan Waxdahl (1); 3. 6B-Bayley Ballenger (3); 4. 25-Gunnar Pike (12); 5. 17V-Casey Abbas (4); 6. 32-Trefer Waller (5); 7. 85-Matthew Jasper (6); 8. 62J-Jay Masur (8); 9. 9X-Ramsie Shoenrock (7); 10. 97-Jackson Weber (10); 11. (DNF) 98-Nate Barger (9); 12. (DNS) 18-Tyler Rabenberg.

B Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 23V-Michalob Voeltz (4); 2. 03-Shayle Bade (2); 3. 2D-Dusty Ballenger (5); 4. 13MJ-Brandon Halverson (1); 5. 13G-Gaige Weldon (6); 6. 21H-Levi Hinck (3); 7. 67-Dan Carsrud (7); 8. 51-Doug Martens (8); 9. (DNF) 9-Dominic Dobesh (9); 10. (DNS) 35X-Jeff Lackey; 11. (DNS) 91-Andrew Sullivan.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 56-Bill Johnson (3); 2. 23L-Aydin Lloyd (2); 3. 28G-Zach Patterson (6); 4. X-Dylan Waxdahl (4); 5. 17V-Casey Abbas (5); 6. 85-Matthew Jasper (1); 7. 98-Nate Barger (8); 8. (DNF) 18-Tyler Rabenberg (7).

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 18E-Corbin Erickson (3); 2. 12L-John Lambertz (2); 3. 34DD-Brady Donnohue (6); 4. 80P-Jacob Peterson (4); 5. 32-Trefer Waller (5); 6. 9X-Ramsie Shoenrock (1); 7. 97-Jackson Weber (8); 8. (DNF) 25-Gunnar Pike (7).

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 23-Brandon Bosma (6); 2. 14-Nick Barger (2); 3. 17D-Dillon Bickett (3); 4. 6B-Bayley Ballenger (5); 5. 21H-Levi Hinck (7); 6. 62J-Jay Masur (1); 7. (DNF) 91-Andrew Sullivan (4).

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 31-Koby Werkmeister (4); 2. 57-Kyle Magnuson (1); 3. 63-Jack Thomas (6); 4. 13MJ-Brandon Halverson (5); 5. 23V-Michalob Voeltz (2); 6. 13G-Gaige Weldon (3); 7. 51-Doug Martens (7); 8. 35X-Jeff Lackey (8).

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 9A-Hunter Hanson (1); 2. 48-Cole Olson (2); 3. 81-Jared Jansen (4); 4. 03-Shayle Bade (6); 5. 2D-Dusty Ballenger (5); 6. 67-Dan Carsrud (3); 7. 9-Dominic Dobesh (7).

2024 HUSET'S SPEEDWAY WEEKLY DIVISION FEATURE WINNERS -

Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars :

Tyler Drueke- 1(May 19); Tim Kaeding - 1 (May 27); Anthony Macri - 1 (June 2); Austin McCarl - 1 (June 9); and Daison Pursley - 1 (May 26)

Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks:

Zach Olivier - 2 (May 27 and June 9); Cory Yeigh - 2(May 26 and June 2); and Brylee Gough - 1(May 19)

Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series:

Dusty Ballenger- 1(May 19); Monty Ferriera - 1 (May 27); Zach Patterson - 1 (June 9); Andrew Sullivan - 1 (June 2); and Cole Vanderheiden - 1 (May 26)

UP NEXT -

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FLICK, RUDOLPH, MYERS AND WHITLING PREVAIL AT TRI CITY RACEWAY PARK

(Franklin, PA June 9, 2024): A brief rain delay before feature time created a lightening fast track for the Krill Recycling 410 Sprint Cars. A.J. Flick went wire to wire to record his second victory of the weekend and second this season at Tri City Raceway Park. Erick Rudolph snapped the winning streak of Chad Reitz in the 21st Century Energy Group 358 Modifieds. Picking up the first win of the season in the 4 Your Car Connection RUSH Sprint Cars was Blaze Myers. Taking the final checkered flag of the night was Bobby Whitling in the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks.

The two prior winners, A.J. Flick and Bob Felmlee, were on the front row for the twenty-five lap affair run under the Krill Recycling banner. Behind them were Andy Cavanaugh and Jeremy Weaver. Bodey McClintock lined up fifth after spending all night repairing crash damage sustained at another area track. Next to him was Gale Ruth, Jr. John Jerich and Michael Bauer made up row four. The fifth consisted of Cameron Nastasi and Aaron Murano.

Flick slid across turn four to take the early lead over Weaver, Felmlee, Ruth, Cavanaugh, and Bauer. Flick built upon his lead through the first eleven laps. The only caution came out on the circuit for Ruth, who coasted to a stop in turn four.

Flick took off again when the race resumes. The last fourteen laps were completed without incident. Weaver and Felmlee were next across the line. Bauer and Cavanaugh completed the top five. Jerich and McClintock were the final two finishers. Nasatasi, Ruth and Murano did not finish.

The heat race winners in the Krill Recycling 410 Sprint Cars were Jeremey Weaver and A.J. Flick. There was no B Main.

In the 21st Century Energy Group 358 Modifieds, Kyle Fink and Jimmy Holden held the front row starting spots. Erick Rudolph and Eric Beggs were in row two, with Hayden Holden and Chad Reitz in row three. The fourth row belonged to Eric Gabany, who was subbing for Steve Slater, and Brandon Ritchey. Jessica Kriegisch and Lenny Liebold, III were next. Frank Guidace and his daughter, Makayla Shannon were in row six.

Fink blasted into the lead on the opening lap, but Rudolph was stalking him immediately. Coming off turn two on lap three, Rudolph rode the outside line to grab the lead, which he never relinquished. Jimmy Holden, Hayden Holden, and Gabany fell into line behind them.

A couple of cautions slowed the pace in the middle of the race, but Rudolph was able to fight off the challenges of Fink on the pair of restarts. Soon thereafter, Jimmy Holden retired from the race with a smoking engine, handing third over to Reitz. Kriegisch and Ritchey were running in the top five.

Rudolph sailed to the win, overcoming an oil leak from his heat race. Fink was second, with Reitz, Kriegisch, and Ritchey in the top five. Beggs, Guidace, Shannon, Troy McGregor, and Jimmy Holden made up the balance of the top ten.

The 21st Century Energy Group heat winners were Rudolph and Fink for the 358 Modifieds. There was no B Main.

Jammin’ John Mollick and Blaze Myers shared the first row for the 4 Your Car Connection RUSH Sprints. Joe Buccola and Brent Rhebergen were in the second row. Arnie Kent and Ricky Tucker, III, were paired up in the third row. The fourth had Billy Myers and Zack Wilson. The fifth row consisted of Luke Mullichak and Charles McClintock. In row six were Tyler Clark and Logen Lockhart.

Myers took off at the drop of the green, with Mollick giving chase. Buccola, Kent, and Rhebergen followed.

The race went non-stop, with Blaze Myers getting the win over Mollick, Buccola, Kent, and Rhebergen.Tucker, Wilson, Billy Myers. Mullichak, and Lockhart rounded out the top ten.

Blaze Myers and Molloick split the heat wins for the 4 Your Car Connection RUSH Sprints.

To Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks wore the nightcap. Josh Seippel and Andrew Hammond were on row one. The second belonged to Rod Laskey and Bobbly Whitling. The third row went to Hunter Exley and Tim Bish. The fourth paired up Curtis J. Bish and Aaron Smith. The fifth had Mike Miller and Jason Kimmy. The sixth went to Pat Fielding and Randy Wyant.

Seippel was the early leader. On lap six, Hot Rod Laskey went past him. Laskey led five rounds of the Venango County oval until he got a flat rear tire after contact with another car. Bobby Whitling assumed control on the restart and he completed the final four laps without further ado.

Following Whitling across the line were Wyant, Exley, Hammond, and Fielding. The next five finishers were Russ Coyne, Mike Miller, Charlie McMillen, Kimmy, and Bish.

Bobby Whitling and Tim Bish captured their respective heat races for the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks.
Leading the way in the Marsh Heating & Cooling Heat Race Challenge is Tim Bish, with a total of four wins to his credit. There is a tie for second between A.J. Flick and Steve Slater. nearly twenty more racers have one win apiece.

On Father’s Day, it will be a Sunday Thunder program consisting of the Krill Recycling 410 Sprint Cars, the 21st Century Energy Group 358 Modifieds, the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks, and the 4 Your Car Connection RUSH Sprint Cars. Plus, there will be a make-up feature for the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks to kick off the night’s action.

Krill Recycling LLC 410 Sprint Cars: A.J. Flick, Jeremy Weaver, Bob Felmlee, Mike Bauer, Andy Cavanaugh, John Jerich, Bodey McClintock, Cameron Nastasi, Gale Ruth, Jr., Aaron Murano.

21st Century Energy Group 358 Modifieds: Erick Rudolph, Kyle Fink, Chad Reitz, Jessica Kriegisch, Brandon Ritchey, Eric Beggs, Frank Guidace, Makayla Shannon, Troy McGregor, Jimmy Holden, Hayden Holden, Lenny Liebold, III, Eric Gabany, James Parenti, Jr.

4 Your Car Connection RUSH Sprint Cars: Blaze Myers, John Mollick, Joe Buccola, Arnie Kent, Brent Rhebergen, Ricky Tucker, III, Zach Wilson, Billy Myers, Luke Mullichak, Logen Lockhart, Devoin Deeter, Tyler Clark, Charles McClintock; Mike Hoover (DNS).

Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks: Bobby Whitling, Randy Wyant, Hunter Exley, Andrew Hammond, Pat Fielding, Russ Coyne, Mike Miller, Charlie McMillen, Jason Kimmy, Curtis J. Bish, Rod Laskey, Josh Seippel, Tim Bish, Aaron Smith.

The divisional sponsors of Tri City Raceway Park for 2024 are: Krill Recycling, LLC (410 Sprint Cars), 21st Century Energy Group (358 Modifieds), Hovis Auto and Truck Supply (Pro Stocks), and 4 Your Car Connection (RUSH Sprint Cars).

All competitors at Tri City Raceway Park will be eligible for the Marsh Heating and Cooling Heat Race Challenge. The driver that wins the most heat races over the course of the season, regardless of the class, will receive a special award.

Other marketing partners of Tri City Raceway Park for 2024 include: Erie Beer, Wab-Tec (manufacturer of locomotive engines), Schaeffer Lubricants, Keystone Transit (school buses), Blue Ox Timbers (buyers of timber and timber land managment), Constable Refuse (residential and commercial garbage collectors), First Rate Realty (real estate sales), Landscape Connection (portable toilets and landscape supplies), KEI-Klapec Express Inc. (trucking company), BKI-Bert Klapec Inc. (excavation and demolition), Shambaugh Towing, Gibson Hill Automotive (auto repair), McCandless Ford Sales (located in Mercer and Meadville), McCandless Trailer Sales (located in Mercer and Meadville), Big Dog RC (remote controlled cars and race track), McGregor Excavating, Les Frickshun Lubricants (lubricants and undercoating), Bish Heating and Cooling, Wet Hose LLC (pressure washing), Heffern Septic Service, Tionesta Builders Supply (located in Tionesta and Shippenville), UCIP-United Community Independence Program (housing and services for the handicapped), Close Racing Supply, Billy's Garage and Towing, Oakland-Rampart Equipment (makers of centrifugal dryers, wash systems, and separators).

Remember that you will need to check the Facebook page, Tri City Raceway Park, for current information. The former website is not updated and will soon be replaced.
Tri-City Raceway Park is located just a few miles north of Franklin, PA, at 3430 State Route 417 in Oakland Township. Professional auto racing will be presented in a family friendly atmosphere most Sunday evenings from May through Labor Day weekend.

 

 

Cale Thomas wins thriller at Waynesfield on night 3 of Ohio Sprint Speedweek

Sunday, June 9, 2024

By Brian Liskai

WAYNESFIELD, Ohio – Cale Thomas held off a late race charge from Danny Dietrich to win the third night of the 42nd Annual Ohio Sprint Speedweek at Waynesfield Raceway Park by just .001 seconds. Thomas’ victory came despite a broken rear suspension piece after he collided with the front stretch wall midway through the 30-lap Ti 22 Performance FAST on Dirt Series A-main.

“I could get runs off of four and then pick off a car in one. I was able to get off the rubber when I had to manage the lapped cars. I’ve seen enough videos of leaders who force their way through lapped cars and it doesn’t always end well. Sometimes you just have to follow them and hope whoever is behind you isn’t faster,” said Thomas beside his Spanky’s Pizza, Shelluke’s Bar, Automatic Fire Protection; Ohio Refrigeration, Ohio Heating, Engler Machine, BH 41, TMH Holdings, Berryman Racing Shocks, Keizer Wheels backed machine.

The victory is the fourth of the year for Fairland, Indiana’s Thomas and his Jay Kiser Racing team.

Friday night’s Ohio Speedweek winner Cap Henry grabbed the lead at the drop of the green but it was seventh place starter Dietrich – who had set fast time in qualifying and won his heat from fourth – who shot from seventh to second in the opening lap, who got the huge crowd’s attention with Danny Sams and Thomas in tow. Thomas took third on lap two just before a race stoppage for a flipping Sterling Cling.

When the green flew again, Thomas began pressuring Dietrich for second and finally took the spot on lap nine. Four laps later Thomas executed a slider in turns one and two to steal the lead from Henry while Sams moved into third. With 10 laps to go Dietrich started to come alive, moving back into third and challenging Henry for second, finally taking the spot with just four laps to go.

Thomas was trapped behind lapped cars and Dietrich quickly closed. Coming to the white flag Dietrich was all over Thomas. On the final two sets of turns, Dietrich dove under Thomas and the drag race was on to the checkers.

The 42nd Annual Ohio Sprint Speedweek heads to Wayne County Speedway near Orrville, Ohio for night #4 of the nine race series on Monday, June 10.

Waynesfield Raceway Park

Sunday, June 9, 2024

Ohio Sprint Speedweek

FAST 410 Sprints -

Qualifying

1.48-Danny Dietrich, 11.232; 2.28M-Conner Morrell, 11.585; 3.34-Sterling Cling, 11.592; 4.29M-Logan McCandless, 11.595; 5.5T-Travis Philo, 11.600; 6.4*-Tyler Street, 11.658; 7.45B-Devon Borden, 11.668; 8.23-Cale Thomas, 11.692; 9.22-Cole Duncan, 11.817; 10.24D-Danny Sams III, 11.824; 11.W20-Greg Wilson, 11.871; 12.27-Emerson Axsom, 11.905; 13.33W-Cap Henry, 11.916; 14.5AU-Brock Hallett, 11.933; 15.1-Nate Dussel, 11.947; 16.22G-Riley Goodno, 12.093; 17.15K-Creed Kemenah, 12.106; 18.101-Caleb Henry, 12.120; 19.35-Stuart Brubaker, 12.121; 20.99-Skylar Gee, 12.142; 21.29-Zeth Sabo, 12.199; 22.11N-Kasey Jedrzejek, 12.228; 23.9-Trey Jacobs, 12.242; 24.4-Zane DeVault, 12.272; 25.49x-Tim Shaffer, 12.299; 26.81-Lee Jacobs, 12.312; 27.17-Dylan Norris, 12.361; 28.60-Jordan Charge, 12.444; 29.47-Todd King, 12.448; 30.19M-TJ Michael, 12.482; 31.71H-Max Stambaugh , 12.490; 32.X-Mike Keegan, 12.491; 33.5J-Jake Hesson, 12.563; 34.25-Chris Myers, 12.671; 35.2-Ricky Peterson, 12.711; 36.68G-Tyler Gunn, 12.727; 37.55T-Mckenna Haase, 12.831; 38.2X-Gage Etgen, 12.904; 39.9Z-Duane Zablocki, 13.058; 40.29F-DJ Foos, 99.992; 41.87-Paul Dues, 99.993; 42.1S-James Saam, 99.994;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 48-Danny Dietrich[4] ; 2. 28M-Conner Morrell[1] ; 3. 4*-Tyler Street[6] ; 4. 34-Sterling Cling[2] ; 5. W20-Greg Wilson[8] ; 6. 29M-Logan McCandless[3] ; 7. 1-Nate Dussel[10] ; 8. 45B-Devon Borden[7] ; 9. 5AU-Brock Hallett[9] ; 10. 5T-Travis Philo[5] ; 11. 47-Todd King[11]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 22G-Riley Goodno[1] ; 2. 23-Cale Thomas[4] ; 3. 101-Caleb Henry[2] ; 4. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[3] ; 5. 9-Trey Jacobs[5] ; 6. 71H-Max Stambaugh [6] ; 7. X-Mike Keegan[7] ; 8. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[8] ; 9. 1S-James Saam[11] ; 10. 29F-DJ Foos[9] ; 11. 87-Paul Dues[10]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 24D-Danny Sams III[1] ; 2. 22-Cole Duncan[4] ; 3. 27-Emerson Axsom[2] ; 4. 29-Zeth Sabo[5] ; 5. 49x-Tim Shaffer[6] ; 6. 35-Stuart Brubaker[3] ; 7. 25-Chris Myers[9] ; 8. 19M-TJ Michael[8] ; 9. 17-Dylan Norris[7] ; 10. 2X-Gage Etgen[10]

Heat 4, Group D - (8 Laps)

1. 15K-Creed Kemenah[1] ; 2. 33W-Cap Henry[4] ; 3. 99-Skylar Gee[2] ; 4. 4-Zane DeVault[3] ; 5. 81-Lee Jacobs[5] ; 6. 60-Jordan Charge[6] ; 7. 68G-Tyler Gunn[9] ; 8. 55T-Mckenna Haase[10] ; 9. 2-Ricky Peterson[8] ; 10. 5J-Jake Hesson[7]

B-Main 1 - (12 Laps)

1. 5T-Travis Philo[2] ; 2. 35-Stuart Brubaker[4] ; 3. 71H-Max Stambaugh [3] ; 4. 45B-Devon Borden[10] ; 5. 29M-Logan McCandless[1] ; 6. 60-Jordan Charge[5] ; 7. 17-Dylan Norris[16] ; 8. X-Mike Keegan[7] ; 9. 2-Ricky Peterson[17] ; 10. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[11] ; 11. 55T-Mckenna Haase[13] ; 12. 47-Todd King[21] ; 13. 87-Paul Dues[22] ; 14. 19M-TJ Michael[12] ; 15. 1-Nate Dussel[6] ; 16. 1S-James Saam[15] ; 17. 25-Chris Myers[8] ; 18. 68G-Tyler Gunn[9] ; 19. 2X-Gage Etgen[19] ; 20. 5J-Jake Hesson[20] ; 21. 5AU-Brock Hallett[14] ; 22. 29F-DJ Foos[18]

A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)

1. 23-Cale Thomas[4] ; 2. 48-Danny Dietrich[7] ; 3. 33W-Cap Henry[1] ; 4. 24D-Danny Sams III[2] ; 5. 4*-Tyler Street[9] ; 6. 22-Cole Duncan[5] ; 7. 99-Skylar Gee[12] ; 8. 101-Caleb Henry[10] ; 9. 15K-Creed Kemenah[3] ; 10. 22G-Riley Goodno[6] ; 11. 27-Emerson Axsom[11] ; 12. 28M-Conner Morrell[8] ; 13. W20-Greg Wilson[17] ; 14. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[14] ; 15. 49x-Tim Shaffer[19] ; 16. 71H-Max Stambaugh [23] ; 17. 4-Zane DeVault[16] ; 18. 9-Trey Jacobs[18] ; 19. 29-Zeth Sabo[15] ; 20. 5T-Travis Philo[21] ; 21. 34-Sterling Cling[13] ; 22. 35-Stuart Brubaker[22] ; 23. 45B-Devon Borden[24] ; 24. 81-Lee Jacobs[20]

 

 

Kornbau and Pattock pick up 1st wins in 410 and 305 sprints, Krummert wins in 602 crate mods, Ealy repeats in mini stocks.

By Jim Balentine (Mercer,Pa)

After five attempts, Michaels mercer raceway was able to open the 2024 season Saturday night in thrilling fashion with a beautiful night with a great crowd on hand and excellent racing in all four divisions.

Jeremy Kornbau would win his first career 410 sprint car feature , Jim Pattock would win his first career feature in the racesaver 305 sprints, Garrett Krummert would win his 11th 602 crate modified victory and Carl Ealy picked up his 14th career mini stock win.

In racing anytime a national star pays a visit to your home track drivers get excited to compete against them. USAC sprint star CJ Leary paid a visit to Mercer Sat night to battle, the Mercer regulars and it resulted in a thrilling battle between Leary and former 305 track champion Jeremy Kornbau. The race began with Leary and Kornbau on the front row along with 13 time winner, Adam Kekich starting third and the winnningest local sprint car driver the past couple years AJ flick starting in fifth. Kornbau would rocket into the lead from the start with Leary directly in tow. These two along with AJ Flick would put on a show running the high side for 24 laps of nonstop racing with a blistering pace, lapping up to position number five, which was held by Jimmy Morris. Leary in his first ever visit with a 410 winged sprint car would do a great job keeping Kornbau within his site getting within .5 of a second away from him but Kornbau knowing the track and knowing the lap cars he was going around was able to open up a 1.8 second lead until the caution came out with one lap to go setting up a one lap shoot out to the finish.

as the cars passed the starting line Leary would make a daring USAC style move, broadsliding into turn number one going as low as he could to try to get an advantage through the corner, but Kornbau riding the top side, had momentum and went on for a very popular first career 410 sprint car win by a mere .678 over Leary. Flick would finish 3rd, Kekich 4th and Morris 5th. “I was trying to be conservative and I knew the hole in turn 3 was there so I was trying to keep him behind me and I was watching the scoreboard and saw who was behind me and I tried to keep him from the bottom. “ Kornbau would say “This one is so special!! Greg McCandless gave me a motor to use tonight and I owe him and my family and crew for my 1st 410 win. Thank you all for coming tonight!”

In the 20 lap Racesaver 305 feature 2nd year driver Jim Pattock pulled the upset of the year as he led flag to flag holing off 2 time champ and 410 winner a half hour before in Jeremy Kornbau. Pattock led to lap 10 when newcomer Jay Fry hit the turn 4 wall hard bringing out the red. Jeremy Kornbau would then chase Paddock the entire last 10 laps but with Pattock running Kornbau’s regular line he held him at bay to win his 1st career feature by .864 over Kornbau. A fierce battle behind them between Jake Gomola, Vivian Jones, and Nolan Groves would go on the last few laps as they would slice and dice each other with Gomola taking 3rd over Jones and Groves. A jubilant Pattock would say “it feels great this is now my favorite track !! I saw his nose and I knew I had to keep him behind me… I had one and two figured out and I messed up in turns 3 and 4. I knew I had to run harder…I didn’t even tell my parents I bought a car until I brought the trailer home with one in it!!! I can’t thank Jake Gomola enough for helping me do this. Latrobe bit me last year and I said it would never happen again. This is a long time coming!!”

Garrett Krummert would pick up his 11th career limited modified feature over 3 time track champ Brian Schaffer. It wouldn’t be easy as Krummert had to start seventh in a 24 car field. Schaffer would lead the first 4 laps until Krummert would take over on lap 5. There was excitement through the field with many two and three wide racing throughout the pack. Veteran Eric Gabany who would start 19th would get up to 9th on lap 8 before losing the handle in turn 3 bringing out the yellow. On the restart Krummert would take off again and win by .573 over Brian Schaffer. 1995 modified champ Jeff Schaffer Sr. would return to racing and finish in 3rd. Gabany would rebound to finish 4th and Gage Priester 5th. Krummert said “It’s been a good year.. we were lucky tonight they left the bottom open so we went down there and it helped. With the rule changes that happened over the winter it helped us with what we do and I want to thank the Michaels family for the track tonight and Jerry Schaffer for giving me this car!”

In the 15 lap mini stock finale Carl Ealy captured his 14th career mini stock feature taking the lead in lap 2 in a wild and wooly affair. Jacob Wheeler would move up 8 spots to finish 2nd, Jordan Reges up 14 positions to finish 3rd, Dillon Thorne 4th and Braden Bice 5th.

Next week will be the same for divisions, including autograph night for the 410 sprint cars the 602 crate modified, and the mini stocks.

305 Sprints - Winged 18 Entries A Feature 1 20 Laps 1. 42-Jim Pattock[2]; 2. 27K-Jeremy Kornbau[3]; 3. 4J-Jacob Gomola[4]; 4. 20M-Vivian Jones[6]; 5. 25G-Nolan Groves[7]; 6. 21N-Andy Priest[9]; 7. 18-Arnie Kent[5]; 8. 71-Joe Coggin[14]; 9. 34M-Aaron Marano[18]; 10. 21-Hunter Hite[13]; 11. 82M-Roman Jones[8]; 12. 30-Jazlyn Boyles[12]; 13. 52-Jeffery Waever Jr[16]; 14. 5-Brandon Varner[15]; 15. 25-Jarrett Rosencrance[10]; 16. 17S-Shane Heath[1]; 17. 10J-Jay Fry[11]; 18. 72-Mike Mathieson[17]

Heat 1 8 Laps 1. 4J-Jacob Gomola[2]; 2. 42-Jim Pattock[4]; 3. 18-Arnie Kent[6]; 4. 25G-Nolan Groves[3]; 5. 21N-Andy Priest[5]; 6. 10J-Jay Fry[8]; 7. 21-Hunter Hite[7]; 8. 5-Brandon Varner[9]; 9. 72-Mike Mathieson[1]

Heat 2 8 Laps 1. 27K-Jeremy Kornbau[7]; 2. 17S-Shane Heath[1]; 3. 20M-Vivian Jones[3]; 4. 82M-Roman Jones[8]; 5. 25-Jarrett Rosencrance[5]; 6. 30-Jazlyn Boyles[2]; 7. 71-Joe Coggin[6]; 8. 52-Jeffery Waever Jr[4]; 9. 34M-Aaron Marano[9]

Sport Compact 20 Entries A Feature 1 15 Laps 1. 0-Carl Ealy[6]; 2. 44-Jacob Wheeler[10]; 3. 309-Jordan Reges[17]; 4. 60-Dillon Thorne[2]; 5. 77-Braden Bice[1]; 6. 64-Summer Reges[15]; 7. 5-Andy Thompson[9]; 8. 6-Mike Kelley[14]; 9. 02-Devin Haley[8]; 10. 10-Corey Bice[11]; 11. 10S-trevn schaffer[12]; 12. 38-Randy Ealy[16]; 13. 45-Andrew Thompson[7]; 14. 22D-Chuck Davis[4]; 15. 9R-Ben Aley[19]; 16. 42-Matt Daugherty[13]; 17. (DNS) 13-Joshua Funkhouser; 18. (DNS) 13S-Chad Smith; 19. (DQ) 12-Phil King[5]; 20. (DQ) 55-Josh Eakman[18]

Heat 1 6 Laps 1. 44-Jacob Wheeler[3]; 2. 45-Andrew Thompson[1]; 3. 22D-Chuck Davis[4]; 4. 77-Braden Bice[6]; 5. 42-Matt Daugherty[7]; 6. 38-Randy Ealy[2]; 7. 9R-Ben Aley[5]

Heat 2 6 Laps 1. 5-Andy Thompson[5]; 2. 0-Carl Ealy[6]; 3. 13S-Chad Smith[3]; 4. 10-Corey Bice[7]; 5. 6-Mike Kelley[1]; 6. 309-Jordan Reges[4]; 7. 13-Joshua Funkhouser[2]

Heat 3 6 Laps 1. 02-Devin Haley[5]; 2. 12-Phil King[3]; 3. 60-Dillon Thorne[4]; 4. 10S-trevn schaffer[2]; 5. 64-Summer Reges[6]; 6. 55-Josh Eakman[1]

602 Crate Modified 24 Entries A Feature 1 20 Laps 1. 10S-Garrett Krummert[6]; 2. 41-Brian Schaffer[1]; 3. 14-Jeff Schaffer Jr[4]; 4. 4S-Eric Gabany[19]; 5. 71-Gage Priester[8]; 6. 7-Brenten Kay[10]; 7. 46R-Doug Rutana[23]; 8. 29-Cole Edwards[17]; 9. 1-Jim Bryce[3]; 10. 404-MIchael Kristyak[11]; 11. 28J-Jacob Jordan[5]; 12. 12L-Patrick Lane[14]; 13. 312-Ryan Gutherie[12]; 14. 02-Jeremy Beichner[20]; 15. 333G-Dalton Gabriel[21]; 16. 07-Mark Sevin[15]; 17. JD57-Jordan Ehrenberg[2]; 18. 1R-Brandon Ritchey[16]; 19. 2-Kole Holden[7]; 20. 51R-Thomas Rogers[22]; 21. 57R-Jacob Rutana[18]; 22. 119-Joe Gibson[13]; 23. 113-Don Cornelius[24]; 24. (DNS) 7P-Caden Petry

Heat 1 8 Laps 1. 71-Gage Priester[2]; 2. 28J-Jacob Jordan[4]; 3. JD57-Jordan Ehrenberg[8]; 4. 7-Brenten Kay[5]; 5. 119-Joe Gibson[1]; 6. 1R-Brandon Ritchey[3]; 7. 4S-Eric Gabany[6]; 8. 51R-Thomas Rogers[7]

Heat 2 8 Laps 1. 2-Kole Holden[2]; 2. 14-Jeff Schaffer Jr[4]; 3. 41-Brian Schaffer[3]; 4. 404-MIchael Kristyak[1]; 5. 12L-Patrick Lane[7]; 6. 29-Cole Edwards[5]; 7. 02-Jeremy Beichner[6]; 8. 46R-Doug Rutana[8]

Heat 3 8 Laps 1. 10S-Garrett Krummert[7]; 2. 1-Jim Bryce[1]; 3. 7P-Caden Petry[2]; 4. 312-Ryan Gutherie[4]; 5. 07-Mark Sevin[3]; 6. 57R-Jacob Rutana[8]; 7. 333G-Dalton Gabriel[6]; 8. 113-Don Cornelius[5]

410 Sprints - Winged 19 Entries A Feature 1 25 Laps 1. 27K-Jeremy Kornbau[2]; 2. 55-CJ Leary[1]; 3. 2-AJ Flick[5]; 4. 5K-Adam Kekich[3]; 5.16-Jim Morris[4]; 6. 32B-Dale Blaney[8] ; 7. 46-Michael Bauer[6]; 8. 08-Danny Kuriger[7]; 9. 23JR-Jack Sodeman Jr[12]; 10. 6-Bob Felmlee[10]; 11. 22R-Ryan Fredericks[11]; 12. 14K-Tori Knutson[18]; 13. 47-Dusty Larson[14]; 14. 33-Brent Matus[9]; 15. 7T-Brett Brunkenhoefer[13]; 16. 4W-Eric L Williams[16]; 17. 8-Natalie Brannon[15]; 18. (DNS) 19M-Bodey McClintoch; 19. (DNS) M4-Louie Mattes

Heat 1 8 Laps 1. 46-Michael Bauer[1]; 2. 16-Jim Morris[3]; 3. 27K-Jeremy Kornbau[6]; 4. 08-Danny Kuriger[4]; 5. 33-Brent Matus[2]; 6. 22R-Ryan Fredericks[9]; 7. 7T-Brett Brunkenhoefer[8]; 8. 8-Natalie Brannon[5]; 9. (DNS) 19M-Bodey McClintoch; 10. (DNS) M4-Louie Mattes

Heat 2 8 Laps 1. 2-AJ Flick[1]; 2. 5K-Adam Kekich[2]; 3. 55-CJ Leary[4]; 4. 32B-Dale Blaney[7]; 5. 6-Bob Felmlee[3]; 6. 23JR-Jack Sodeman Jr[9]; 7. 47-Dusty Larson[8]; 8. 4W-Eric L Williams[6]; 9. 14K-Tori Knutson[5]

 

 

WESTBROOK, ERSKINE, WERT, AND HAIR TAKE WINS ON TOUCH-A-TRUCK/TRACTOR NIGHT AT OHSWEKEN

Article Credit: Brent Otchere

OHSWEKEN, Ont. (June 7, 2024) – Braemar Buildings and Plazek Auto Recyclers presented Touch-a-Truck and Tractor Night on Friday at Ohsweken Speedway on Friday; Dylan Westbrook, Lance Erskine, Kyle Wert, Ken Hair took A-Main wins.

Kool Kidz-Corr/Pak 360 Sprint Cars
Josh Hansen and Dylan Swiernik brought the 24 car field to the green flag for the 360 Sprint Car A-Main. A caution came out before the first lap could be completed due to and Eric Gledhill spin. The restart of the race was successful and Hansen led the first lap. Swiernik finally got around Hansen for the lead of the race on lap ten. Calamity struck for Cole MacDonald as he spun to a stop and brought out a caution on lap eleven. Matters got worse for MacDonald on the restart as he flipped on the backstretch after colliding with D.J. Christie.

Swiernik maintained his lead after the restart, but Dylan Westbrook had marched steadily forward from row nine and overtook Swiernik for the lead with two laps to go. The win was Westbrook's third straight at Ohsweken to start the season. Rounding out the top five were Swiernik, Hansen, Matt Farnham, and Ryan Turner.

Strickland’s Crate Sprint Cars
Caleb Wood started on pole with Steve Murdock next to him for the 20 lap Crate Sprint Car A-Main. The start saw an immediate red flag thrown due to Tom Pellezari flipping. Pellezari was unharmed but the damage to his car was too severe to continue. The restart was clean with everyone settling into the race nicely. Wood led the first seven laps, but relinquished the lead on lap eight to a hard-charging Lance Erskine.

With just a few laps left to go, Erskine had to navigate through traffic with great finesse. His precision driving led to him securing his first career win in the Crate Sprint Car division after working his way up through the ranks in the Micro Sprint division. Next to cross the finish line were Murdock in second, Jesse Costa third, Darrell Pelletier fourth, and Ashton VanEvery fifth.

Middleport Mechanical Thunder Stocks
Adam Plazek started on pole alongside Aidan Nigh to take the green flag for the 20 lap Thunder Stock A-Main. Lap one started out with a caution flag, restacking the field for a restart. Plazek led the first lap, but a red flag was thrown on lap two due to Lyle White flipping on the backstretch. White’s race car was severely damaged and could not carry on further. Jim Lampman capitalized on the restart and become the new race leader.

Lap six saw Kyle Wert become the new race leader after he hunted down Lampman. Wert proved to be the driver to beat as he pulled away from the field easily and took a very well-earned victory. Finishing behind Wert were Lampman second, Ryan Beagle third, Dave Bailey fourth, and Ron Loggie fifth.

HRW Automotive Mini Stocks
The front row of the grid featured Aiden Maynard and Christopher French to begin the 15 lap Mini Stock A-Main. Jeremy Cooper quickly jumped from third on the grid to race leader before the first lap was complete. Lap three had a caution flag, bringing the field back together for a restart. Mason Anderson took advantage of the restart and took the lead, however Ken Hair took that spot away from him on the next lap.

A caution flag came out on lap ten, setting up a five lap dash to the finish. Hair maintained his lead after the restart, holding off the field to take his first Ohsweken win of the season. Rounding out the top five were Anderson in second, Alex Riley third, Dusty DeBoer fourth, and Nick Erskine fifth.

Up Next at Ohsweken Speedway
Renway Energy & McKeough Supply present the Race of Champions Sportsman Shootout on Friday, June 14 featuring the Kool Kidz-Corr/Pak 360 Sprint Cars, Strickland’s Crate Sprint Cars, Middleport Mechanical Thunder Stocks, HRW Automotive Mini Stocks, and RoC Dirt Sportsman Modified Series. Visit www.ohswekenspeedway.ca for more information.

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Ohsweken Speedway Statistical Report
Friday, June 7, 2024
Ohsweken, Ontario, Canada
Braemar Buildings & Plazek Auto Recyclers
Total Entries: 114
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Kool Kidz-Corr/Pak 360 Sprint Cars (24 Entries)

A-Main [Started] 25 laps – NT
1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[18]; 2. 7C-Dylan Swiernik[2]; 3. 88H-Josh Hansen[1]; 4. 7NY-Matt Farnham[4]; 5. 15-Ryan Turner[5]; 6. 12DD-Darren Dryden[9]; 7. 28-Jordan Poirier[6]; 8. 94-Todd Hoddick[12]; 9. 45-Nick Sheridan[3]; 10. 71-Mike Bowman[14]; 11. 19D-Allan Downey[20]; 12. 9-Liam Martin[15]; 13. 77T-Tyeller Powless[11]; 14. 0-Glenn Styres[8]; 15. 87X-Shone Evans[7]; 16. 84-Mike Lichty[16]; 17. 68-Aaron Turkey[13]; 18. 46-Kevin Pauls[24]; 19. 17X-Cory Turner[10]; 20. 21-Alex Therrien[21]; 21. 7-Eric Gledhill[19]; 22. (DNF) 5-DJ Christie[17]; 23. (DNF) 10C-Cole MacDonald[22]; 24. (DNF) 11-Jamie Turner[23]
Hard Charger – Dylan Westbrook +17

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – 1:52.423
1. 45-Nick Sheridan[2]; 2. 7C-Dylan Swiernik[4]; 3. 15-Ryan Turner[5]; 4. 28-Jordan Poirier[8]; 5. 9-Liam Martin[3]; 6. 84-Mike Lichty[6]; 7. 11-Jamie Turner[1]; 8. 10C-Cole MacDonald[7]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – 1:55.701
1. 7NY-Matt Farnham[1]; 2. 0-Glenn Styres[2]; 3. 12DD-Darren Dryden[4]; 4. 68-Aaron Turkey[3]; 5. 71-Mike Bowman[6]; 6. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[5]; 7. 7-Eric Gledhill[8]; 8. 21-Alex Therrien[7]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 8 laps – 1:56.876
1. 88H-Josh Hansen[1]; 2. 87X-Shone Evans[2]; 3. 17X-Cory Turner[4]; 4. 94-Todd Hoddick[3]; 5. 77T-Tyeller Powless[8]; 6. 5-DJ Christie[6]; 7. 19D-Allan Downey[7]; 8. 46-Kevin Pauls[5]
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Strickland’s Crate Sprint Cars (32 Entries)

A-Main [Started] 20 laps – NT
1. 88-Lance Erskine[3]; 2. 2M-Steve Murdock[2]; 3. 52-Jesse Costa[8]; 4. 4B-Darrell Pelletier[4]; 5. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[6]; 6. 7-Caleb Wood[1]; 7. BS39-Brett Stratford[7]; 8. 777A-Tyler Willard[15]; 9. 74-Rob Neely[5]; 10. 71-Brent Begolo[12]; 11. 14-Larry Gledhill[10]; 12. 72-Tanner Podwinski[9]; 13. 20-Johnny Miller[11]; 14. 20L-Treyten Lapcevich[24]; 15. 97-Sheldon Bender[16]; 16. 16X-Keegan Baker[22]; 17. 99-Joshua Hill[19]; 18. 94-Ryan Fraser[27]; 19. 9C-Brian Nanticoke[18]; 20. 51-Trevor Young[13]; 21. 2-Travis Hofstetter[17]; 22. 98-Jonah Mutton[23]; 23. 28T-Cameron Thomson[20]; 24. 24K-Kiana Teal[25]; 25. 11W-Brennen Hagar[28]; 26. 85C-Cam MacKinnon[21]; 27. 777T-Cameron Olm[26]; 28. (DNF) 5-Tom Pellezari[14]
Hard Charger – Treyten Lapcevich +10

B-Main [Started] 12 laps – 3:10.818
1. 85C-Cam MacKinnon[1]; 2. 16X-Keegan Baker[3]; 3. 98-Jonah Mutton[4]; 4. 20L-Treyten Lapcevich[7]; 5. 24K-Kiana Teal[2]; 6. 777T-Cameron Olm[5]; 7. 94-Ryan Fraser[11]; 8. 11W-Brennen Hagar[6]; 9. 3-Devon Bacher[9]; 10. (DNF) 53-Logan Shwedyk[8]; 11. (DNF) 27-Niko Hansen[10]

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – 2:03.941
1. 2M-Steve Murdock[1]; 2. 88-Lance Erskine[3]; 3. 52-Jesse Costa[5]; 4. 20-Johnny Miller[6]; 5. 28T-Cameron Thomson[2]; 6. 98-Jonah Mutton[4]; 7. (DNS) 27-Niko Hansen

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – 2:05.742
1. 74-Rob Neely[2]; 2. 72-Tanner Podwinski[1]; 3. 71-Brent Begolo[3]; 4. 777A-Tyler Willard[4]; 5. 99-Joshua Hill[5]; 6. 85C-Cam MacKinnon[6]; 7. 11W-Brennen Hagar[7]; 8. (DNS) 94-Ryan Fraser

Heat Race 3 [Started] 8 laps – 2:08.703
1. 7-Caleb Wood[1]; 2. 4B-Darrell Pelletier[3]; 3. 51-Trevor Young[2]; 4. 14-Larry Gledhill[6]; 5. 9C-Brian Nanticoke[5]; 6. 16X-Keegan Baker[4]; 7. 20L-Treyten Lapcevich[7]; 8. 53-Logan Shwedyk[8]

Heat Race 4 [Started] 8 laps – 2:06.069
1. BS39-Brett Stratford[3]; 2. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[2]; 3. 5-Tom Pellezari[1]; 4. 97-Sheldon Bender[4]; 5. 2-Travis Hofstetter[6]; 6. 24K-Kiana Teal[5]; 7. 777T-Cameron Olm[7]; 8. 3-Devon Bacher[8]
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Middleport Mechanical Thunder Stocks (25 Entries)

A-Main [Started] 20 laps – NT
1. 19-Kyle Wert[11]; 2. 28-Jim Lampman[9]; 3. 84RK-Ryan Beagle[19]; 4. 49-Dave Bailey[14]; 5. 97-Ron Loggie[18]; 6. 28D-Donny Lampman[24]; 7. 41-Adam Plazek[1]; 8. 11-Gofast Teeple[7]; 9. 96-Steve Shaw Sr[20]; 10. 55-Mike Thorne[10]; 11. 108-Zach Bleich[15]; 12. 23-Trevor DeBoer[16]; 13. 13-Kacey Huffman[8]; 14. 93K-Mike Klazinga[13]; 15. 37-Robert Hoskins[12]; 16. 17W-Travis Whittal[22]; 17. 24-Blake Bomberry Jr[5]; 18. 427-Tim Phalen[6]; 19. 03-George Grosul[25]; 20. (DNF) 43-Kyle Andress[3]; 21. (DNF) 8-Ryan Dinning[17]; 22. (DNF) 69G-Brian General[23]; 23. (DNF) 07-Scott McPhail[21]; 24. (DNF) 88-Aidan Nigh[2]; 25. (DNF) 14-Lyle White[4]
Hard Charger – Donny Lampman +18

Heat Race 1 [Started] 10 laps – 3:21.523
1. 41-Adam Plazek[1]; 2. 28-Jim Lampman[11]; 3. 55-Mike Thorne[12]; 4. 14-Lyle White[4]; 5. 11-Gofast Teeple[7]; 6. 427-Tim Phalen[6]; 7. 13-Kacey Huffman[10]; 8. 24-Blake Bomberry Jr[5]; 9. 88-Aidan Nigh[2]; 10. 43-Kyle Andress[3]; 11. 07-Scott McPhail[9]; 12. 69G-Brian General[13]; 13. 03-George Grosul[8]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 10 laps – 3:14.727
1. 97-Ron Loggie[9]; 2. 19-Kyle Wert[1]; 3. 49-Dave Bailey[5]; 4. 8-Ryan Dinning[8]; 5. 23-Trevor DeBoer[7]; 6. 108-Zach Bleich[6]; 7. 84RK-Ryan Beagle[10]; 8. 96-Steve Shaw Sr[12]; 9. 93K-Mike Klazinga[4]; 10. 37-Robert Hoskins[3]; 11. 17W-Travis Whittal[2]; 12. (DNF) 28D-Donny Lampman[11]
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HRW Automotive Mini Stocks (33 Entries)

A-Main [Started] 15 laps – NT
1. 5K-Ken Hair[13]; 2. 4A-Mason Anderson[5]; 3. 17-Alex Riley[20]; 4. 23-Dusty DeBoer[9]; 5. 64-Nick Erskine[18]; 6. 11J-Jeff Elsliger[6]; 7. X-Jeremy Cooper[3]; 8. 2-Matt Nuell[17]; 9. 14L-John Lubeck[12]; 10. 32-Gillian Hils[19]; 11. 01-Tristan DaSilva[21]; 12. 1A-Ashton Dickie[15]; 13. 4-Wayde Thorne[7]; 14. 9-Tim DeBoer[11]; 15. 54-Christopher French[2]; 16. 20J-Nathan Joyner[10]; 17. 1-Jason Tolton[14]; 18. 66X-Martin Schroder[23]; 19. 16-Fabio Olivieri[22]; 20. 46-Spencer Riddell[26]; 21. 20A-Aiden Maynard[1]; 22. 11-Mike Giberson[25]; 23. 17R-Blair Rousselle[28]; 24. 228-Kris Lawrence[24]; 25. (DNF) 7-Matt Young[27]; 26. (DNF) 32L-Grayden Lyons[8]; 27. (DNF) 6X-Mike Sarantakos[4]; 28. (DNF) 21X-Mark Bazuin[16]
Hard Charger – Alex Riley +17

B-Main [Started] 6 laps – NT
1. 01-Tristan DaSilva[2]; 2. 16-Fabio Olivieri[1]; 3. 66X-Martin Schroder[6]; 4. 228-Kris Lawrence[8]; 5. 11-Mike Giberson[5]; 6. 46-Spencer Riddell[12]; 7. 7-Matt Young[13]; 8. 17R-Blair Rousselle[3]; 9. 12-Don Deagle[10]; 10. 64E-Doug Erskine[7]; 11. 79-Steve Miller[9]; 12. (DNF) 81D-Crystal Soules[11]; 13. (DNF) 76-Shawn Taylor[4]

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – 2:51.504
1. 4A-Mason Anderson[11]; 2. 23-Dusty DeBoer[15]; 3. X-Jeremy Cooper[9]; 4. 20A-Aiden Maynard[1]; 5. 4-Wayde Thorne[13]; 6. 11J-Jeff Elsliger[12]; 7. 54-Christopher French[8]; 8. 32L-Grayden Lyons[14]; 9. 6X-Mike Sarantakos[10]; 10. 20J-Nathan Joyner[17]; 11. 16-Fabio Olivieri[16]; 12. 17R-Blair Rousselle[6]; 13. 11-Mike Giberson[7]; 14. 64E-Doug Erskine[5]; 15. 79-Steve Miller[3]; 16. 81D-Crystal Soules[2]; 17. (DNF) 7-Matt Young[4]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – NT
1. 5K-Ken Hair[4]; 2. 2-Matt Nuell[12]; 3. 32-Gillian Hils[14]; 4. 9-Tim DeBoer[1]; 5. 14L-John Lubeck[3]; 6. 1A-Ashton Dickie[6]; 7. 64-Nick Erskine[13]; 8. 17-Alex Riley[15]; 9. 21X-Mark Bazuin[10]; 10. 1-Jason Tolton[5]; 11. 01-Tristan DaSilva[11]; 12. 76-Shawn Taylor[9]; 13. 66X-Martin Schroder[7]; 14. 228-Kris Lawrence[8]; 15. 12-Don Deagle[2]; 16. (DNF) 46-Spencer Riddell[16]

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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.

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Starks Does The Double (Again) at Skagit Speedway

6/8/24

By Kaleb Hart

Alger, WA - For the second time in less than a calendar year, Trey Starks won two sprint car main events at Skagit Speedway on the same night. After taking 410 and 360 wins on Season Championship night in 2023, Starks won the 360 and Sportsman Sprint feature on Saturday night in brilliant fashion.

Willie Croft set out to the early lead in the 360 main event with Colton Heath and Trey Starks in hot pursuit. Starks would get past Heath on lap three, and a lap four restart set Trey up for a series of moves that saw him take the lead on the fourth lap, lose it back to Croft on lap five but regain it for good on lap six. From there, Starks built an insurmountable lead of over half a track in taking home the feature win. Croft and Heath had an awesome race through slower traffic with Croft scoring runner up over Heath at the end. Starks was fast time and the heat race winners were Jesse Schlotfeldt, Robbie Price, Colby Thornhill and Dominic Scelzi.

Starks also had to work for his win in the Sportsman Sprints. Aboard the Rutz Racing entry, Starks found the bottom of turn one and two to his liking and passed Jesson Jacobson for the lead on lap 11 in taking the win. Jacobson was second in front of a hard charging Levi Hillier who took third. Jacobson set quick time and won his heat race, while Starks and Jayden Whitney were the other heat race winners.

Alex Peck led every lap of the NW Focus Midget main event for his first win of the year. Peck was chased all race long by eventual runner up Jared Peterson but never lost the lead en route to victory lane. Nick Evans drove up to third. Peterson was a heat race winner, as were Jonathan Jorgenson and Brad Pritchard.


360 Summer Challenge Series - 29 Entries

Fast Time - Trey Starks 11.964

Heat 1 - Jesse Schlotfeldt

Heat 2 - Robbie Price

Heat 3 - Colby Thornhill

Heat 4 - Dominic Scelzi

B Main - Jordi Meese, Jordan Milne, Dustin Gehring, Jeff Dunlap, Shawn Wallenfelsz Jr, Duke Johnson, Dan Reynold, Axel Oudman

A Main - Trey Starks, Willie Croft, Colton Heath, Robbie Price, Jason Solwold, Dominic Scelzi, Jesse Schlotfeldt, Tanner Holm, Cam Smith, Levi Hillier, Bailey Hibbard, Levi Klatt, Chase Goetz, Mike Brown, Jordi Meese, Jordan Milne, Luke Didiuk, Destry Miller, Jeff Dunlap, Bill Rude, Dustin Gehring, Colby Thornhill, Levi Kuntz, Ashleigh Anstensen

Lap Leaders - Croft 1-3 Starks 4 Croft 5 Starks 6-30

Sportsman Sprints - 22 Entries

Fast Time - Jesson Jacobson 12.563

Heat 1 - Jesson Jacobson

Heat 2 - Jayden Whitney

Heat 3 - Trey Starks

B Main - Chris Foster, Keira Zylstra, Dustin Gehring, Alden Ostrom, Brian Holmkvist, Tanner Merritt, Tim Martin, Zoey Tupper, Roger Oudman

A Main - Trey Starks, Jesson Jacobson, Levi Hillier, Jayden Whitney, Brody Ferguson, Kai Dixon, Tom Weiss, Brett McGhie, Keira Zylstra, Mike Brown, Lawrance Kirkham, Steve Parker, Dustin Gehring, Allison Johnson, Alden Ostrom, Chris Foster

Lap Leaders - Jacobson 1-10 Starks 11-25

NW Focus Midgets - 25 Entries

Heat 1 - Jonathan Jorgenson

Heat 2 - Jared Peterson

Heat 3 - Brad Pritchard

Main - Alex Peck, Jared Peterson, Nick Evans, Tyler Luce, Eric Turner, Jonathan Jorgenson, Ashley Thompson, Kyle Hansen, Chad Kincaid, Brian Holmkvist, Doug Davenport, Kaden Holm, Chris Cort, Brad Pritchard, Todd Hartmann, Randy Schaaf, Chuck Pierce, Stuart Milner, Morgan Benson, Ayuka Carlson, Ryan Nootenboom

Lap Leaders - Peck 1-24

 

 

BRYANT BELL COMPLETES WEEKEND WMR SWEEP WITH PETALUMA WIN

PETALUMA, CALIFORNIA (June 9, 2024) – Western Midget Racing has been home to many close championship battles and another is brewing in 2024, following Bryant Bell of Oakley sweeping the races on Friday and Saturday nights with wins at Ocean Speedway and Petaluma Speedway. Bell now trails Santa Cruz’s Logan Mitchell by only four markers after seven rounds of the 17 race championship.

Bell won an adventurous heat race that had a few different incidents. He then lined up fourth for the 20-lap feature after the invert.

Santa Rosa’s Sparky Howard drove around the outside of Las Vegas’ Kyle Hawse to lead lap one. Bell followed Howard on the outside line to advance into second.

Anthony Bruno of San Jose peeked underneath Bell for second and the teammates ran side-by-side briefly before Bell held the second spot.

The top-four competitors of Howard, Bell, Bruno, and Mitchell ran under a close blanket before Bell finally seized the lead on lap five.

Bell and Mitchell ran in lockstep the rest of the way. Mitchell tried to slide into the lead over Bell in turn three near the halfway point, but Bell crossed underneath him to hold the lead. Bell grabbed the narrow one-car length win followed by Mtichell, Bruno, Howard, and Adam Weisberg of Santa Clarita.

Western Midget Racing returns to action on June 22 at Ventura Raceway. For more information visit www.WesternMidgetRacing.com

RESULTS: Petaluma Speedway June 8, 2024

A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 09 Bryant Bell, 2. 96x Logan Mitchell, 3. 9 Anthony Bruno, 4. 3 Sparky Howard, 5. 15 Adam Weisberg, 6. 20 Kyle Hawse, 7. 68 Marvin Mitchell, 8. 1K Terry Nichols, DNS: 35 Nate Wait

2024 WMR Schedule – Subject to Change
March 16 Ventura Raceway – WINNER: Anthony Bruno
March 29 Ocean Speedway – RAIN OUT
March 30 Marysville Raceway – RAIN OUT

April 20 Bakersfield Speedway – WINNER: Logan Mitchell

May 4 Ventura Raceway – WINNER: Bryant Bell
May 17 Ocean Speedway – WINNER: Logan Mitchell
May 18 Petaluma Speedway w/ BCRA Tom Manning Memorial – WINNER: Logan Mitchell

June 7 Ocean Speedway – WINNER: Bryant Bell
June 8 Petaluma Speedway – WINNER: Bryant Bell
June 22 Ventura Raceway

July 12 Ocean Speedway Howard Kaeding Classic
July 13 Ocean Speedway Howard Kaeding Classic
July 26 Ocean Speedway
July 27 Antioch Speedway

August 9 Ocean Speedway Johnny Key Classic
August 10 Ocean Speedway Johnny Key Classic

September 21 Bakersfield Speedway

October 25 Kevin Harvick’s Kern Raceway October Classic
October 26 Ventura Raceway

 

 

Hoffmans picks up first career victory at Tulsa Speedway

By John Rittenoure

TULSA, Okla. (June 7, 2024) - It was a night of firsts for sprint car racer Wout Hoffmans.

Racing in his first non-wing sprint car event, Hoffmans drove to his first career sprint car victory with the Ortco, Inc. United Sprint League presented by Same Day Auto Repair Friday at Tulsa Speedway.

Starting on the pole next to defending USL champion Johnny Kent, Hoffmans fell in behind Kent who led the first nine laps. Following a yellow flag restart Hoffmans was able to get around Kent on lap 10 and led the final 20 laps to victory. Kent soon found himself battling with Tim Kent for the runner-up spot. Tim moved into second on lap 28, but Johnny Kent took the spot back on lap 29 leaving Tim with third. Brett Wilson held on to fourth and Jimmu Forrester round out the top five.

Wilson, Tim Kent and Johnny Kent picked up heat race victories.

United Sprint League

Tulsa Speedway - Tulsa, Oklahoma

June 7, 2024

Ortco Inc. A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 17-Wout Hoffmans[1]; 2. 55-Johnny Kent[2]; 3. 79-Tim Kent[5]; 4. 23A-Brett Wilson[4]; 5. 38-Jimmy Forrester[3]; 6. 24C-Craig Carroll[6]; 7. 24H-Ty Hulsey[11]; 8. 5X-Matt Sherrell[9]; 9. 5B-Brock Cottrell[8]; 10. 8R-Ryker Pace[13]; 11. 33-Justin Patocka[7]; 12. 50-Cody Whitworth[12]; 13. 69-Greg York[16]; 14. 39-Joshua Tyre[14]; 15. 24R-Kyle Roller[17]; 16. 08E-Elizabeth Phillips[18]; 17. 7D-David Baxter[15]; 18. 6-Nigel Calvert[10]

Speed Stix Shocks Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 23A-Brett Wilson[1]; 2. 38-Jimmy Forrester[4]; 3. 6-Nigel Calvert[2]; 4. 24H-Ty Hulsey[3]; 5. 8R-Ryker Pace[5]; 6. 69-Greg York[6]

Kent Fireworks Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 79-Tim Kent[1]; 2. 24C-Craig Carroll[2]; 3. 5B-Brock Cottrell[3]; 4. 33-Justin Patocka[6]; 5. 39-Joshua Tyre[5]; 6. 08E-Elizabeth Phillips[4]

Morton Excavating Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 55-Johnny Kent[2]; 2. 17-Wout Hoffmans[5]; 3. 5X-Matt Sherrell[3]; 4. 50-Cody Whitworth[1]; 5. 7D-David Baxter[4]; 6. 24R-Kyle Roller[6]

Lap Leaders: 1-9 Johnny Kent, 10-30 Wout Hoffmans.

Margin of Victory: 0.734.

D&G Contracting Hard Charger: Ty Hulsey +4.

2024 Feature Winners: 3/30 - Rees Moran; 4//13 - Rees Moran; 6/7 - Wout Hoffmans.



About United Sprint League

Owned by Michael Tyre, the USL sanctions 360 two-barrel / 305 non-wing sprint car events throughout Oklahoma and surrounding states with goals of supporting sponsors and providing fans the the opportunity to enjoy the excitement of non-wing sprint car racing.

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About Ortco Inc.

Ortco Inc. manufactures qualify oilfield parts from American made bar and shaped steel on computerized CNC machinery. Products are then Heat Treated, coated for rust prevention, and warehoused for shipments across the globe. Ortco also utilizes high quality investment castings for safety clamps and various tongs.

Website: http://OrtcoInc.com.

 

 

Caleb Debem becomes a first time Ocean Sprints winner Friday

Watsonville, CA…Salinas driver Caleb Debem brought home Rookie of the Year honors at Ocean Speedway last season and on Friday night he raced to his first career Taco Bravo Sprint Car victory on the quarter-mile.

Joining him in victory lane Friday were Jason Ryan Jr. with the IMCA Sport Mods, Shawn Jones with the South Bay Dwarf Cars, Kenny Stragalinos with the Four Bangers and Bryant Bell in the visiting WMR feature.

“It feels great to get our first win here tonight at Ocean Speedway,” said Debem following the race. “It was a lot of fun racing with Kurt Nelson and Brad Dillard in the main event. I want to thank everybody who supports our team. I couldn’t do it without all of them.”

Oakdale native Bradley Dillard hopped out to the early lead by way of the pole in the 25-lap Ocean Sprints presented by Taco Bravo feature. Dillard’s Uncle, Kurt Nelson, began to hound his rear tail tank however and made it an entertaining battle up front.

On lap six Nelson nipped him at the line, but Dillard fought back to reclaim the lead shortly after. The 2022 Ocean Sprints champ stayed with it though and made the pass again to take over the point on lap nine. Debem then started to show his muscle and maneuvered into the runner up spot just before the halfway mark.

Debem proceeded to come after Nelson for the lead, as the pair raced closely together for several laps. On lap 18 the duo battled back and forth, before Debem took over the top spot that he would never relinquish.

Nelson had a run coming to the white flag, but hopped the cushion in one and two, which let Debem escape for the Ed Entz checkered flag. Debem won over Dillard, Nelson, Jason Chisum and Adriana Demartini.

The 20-lap IMCA Sport Mod finale saw reigning Ocean Speedway champ Chuck Golden jump out to the lead and set the pace over the initial seven circuits. The always tough Jason Ryan Jr. though snagged the lead on lap eight and led the remainder for victory. Matthew Hagio had a strong charge for second, followed by Emali VanHoff, Danny Wagner and David Crocker.

San Jose veteran Shawn Jones started fourth in the South Bay Dwarf Car feature but had the lead by the time he completed the opening lap. After that is smooth sailing as he held a half track lead at times. Jones grabbed the win over Mark Biscardi, Pete Piantanida, Justin Bingman and Eddy Claessen.

Boulder Creek driver Stragalinos picked up a big win in the Four Banger division on Friday. Thomas Cumming was able to lead the first couple laps, until getting out of shape, which allowed Stragalinos to rocket into the top-spot. Cumming kept him honest over the remainder, but it was Stragalinos crossing under the checkered ahead of Cumming, Peter Vannerus, Kate Beardsley and Ryder Greene.

2023 Western Midget Racing champion Bryant Bell of Oakley, Calif. steered Tony Boscacci’s No. 09 Spike Chassis to victory lane for the fourth time in his career at Watsonville’s Ocean Speedway on Friday night. The victory moves Bell back within six points of Logan Mitchell of Santa Cruz in the championship hunt as the series heads to Petaluma Speedway on Saturday night.

Bell experienced difficulties in his heat race but his team recovered for the feature. San Jose’s Anthony Bruno, Bell’s teammate, and Mitchell scored the heat race wins at their home racetrack.

Las Vegas’ Kyle Hawse placed the Sunland Wood Products No. 20 Triple-X Chassis on the pole for the feature after a six-car invert. Bell used the bottom to advance quickly into the lead by lap four.

Bell accumulated a sizeable advantage over the pack in the non-stop feature. By the time Mitchell had seized second place, the advantage was roughly two seconds. Mitchell marched towards Bell but time ran out. Bell earned his second win of the season for sponsor Toyota Walnut Creek. Mitchell settled for second followed by Lodi’s Nate Wait, Bruno, and Santa Clarita’s Adam Weisberg.

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Results

Ocean Speedway

June 7, 2024

Ocean Sprints: 1. 3D-Caleb Debem[3]; 2. 72S-Bradley Dillard[1]; 3. 72W-Kurt Nelson[4]; 4. 25Z-Jason Chisum[2]; 5. 9-Adrianna DeMartini[5]; 6. 76-Jennifer Osborne[6]; 7. 98-Vince Giannotta[8]; 8. 72JR-Chris Nelson[7]

IMCA Sport Mods: 1. 52-Jason Ryan Jr[5]; 2. 14H-Matthew Hagio[7]; 3. 4M-Emali VanHoff[6]; 4. 11D-Danny Wagner[8]; 5. 15-David Crocker[14]; 6. 22W-Charlie Hunter[15]; 7. 54R-Brian Baggett[13]; 8. 33-Mike Gil[10]; 9. 42B-Max Baggett[1]; 10. 39-Steven Allee[3]; 11. 44G-James Graessle[9]; 12. 6S-Mike Kofnovec SR[11]; 13. 3G-Chuck Golden[2]; 14. 16M-Jeff Mead[4]; 15. (DNS) 6K-Mike Kofnovec Jr

Four Bangers: 1. 720-Kenny Stragalinos[5]; 2. 8-Thomas Cumming[1]; 3. 37-Peter Vannerus[2]; 4. 43-Kate Beardsley[7]; 5. 54-Ryder Greene[9]; 6. 25-Bill Beardsley[6]; 7. 2-Nicole Beardsley[8]; 8. 23X-Lisa Rhodes[4]; 9. 28J-Joshua Silva[3]

Dwarf Cars: 1. 80N-Shawn Jones[4]; 2. 66B-Mark Biscardi[2]; 3. 96-Pete Piantanida[9]; 4. 12-Justin Bingman[6]; 5. 69-Eddy Claessen[7]; 6. 31B-Ellie Russo[1]; 7. 64B-Eric Weisler[3]; 8. 410-Chris Durden[5]; 9. 26N-Dan Zuger[8]

WMR: 1. 09-Bryant Bell[8]; 2. 96X-Logan Mitchell[5]; 3. 35W-Nate Wait[2]; 4. 9-Anthony Bruno[6]; 5. 15-Adam Weisberg[3]; 6. 20-Kyle Hawse[1]; 7. 68-Marvin Mitchell[7]; 8. 1K-Terry Nichols[4]

 

 

Henry opens Ohio Sprint Speedweek defending home turf at Attica

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Friday, June 7, 2024

By Brian Liskai

ATTICA, Ohio – Cap Henry overcame a poor qualifying effort Friday, June 7 at Attica Raceway Park and defended his home “turf” to open up the 42nd Annual Ohio Sprint Speedweek with a $6,000 victory in the Bert and Brigette Emick Classic on Ohio CAT/LIUNA Night with the Ti22 Performance FAST On Dirt series.

Henry’s winning performance began in his heat race as he charged from eighth starting spot to a win to lock into the dash where he finished second to put him starting third for the 40-lap feature. Attica’s 2023 track champion who won earlier this year, watched Creed Kemenah and Emerson Axsom battle for the lead early with Kemenah leading the first seven circuits before Axsom took over on lap eight. Henry was able to steal second from Kemenah on lap 22 and quickly closed on Axsom, driving into the lead in heavy lapped traffic on lap 25.

Henry sliced through lapped traffic to build a nearly six second lead until a caution flew with just two laps to go another caution just after the white flag gave Greg Wilson a shot at Henry but he was just too strong and drove to his 18th career Attica win over Wilson, Axsom, Craig Mintz and Zeth Sabo.

“After my qualifying Zack (Meyers, crew chief) said told me if that’s all the better I could drive we should just load up and go home. But, my guys went to work and we were able to win the heat and put us in a position to win. Zack, Jeff (Ward), the Wilsons (Chris and Chad) and everyone works so hard on this. We haven’t been very good or consistent this year but they have never quit working. Thanks to Doug Berryman and all his help with our shocks we are beginning to turn things around and this is a great start to speedweek,” said Henry beside his Premier Planning Service, Jeff Ward Demolition, Ohio Logistics, Primal Tee Shop, Elliott’s Custom Trailers and Carts, FK Rod Ends, Griff’s Engines backed #33W.

McClure, Ohio’s Rusty Schlenk turned in a very dominating performance in the Whistle Stop Presents the Dirt Nerds Podcast Powered by Propane UMP Late Model feature. The three time national UMP champion not only led all 25 laps of the feature that saw only one caution, he lapped up to sixth place and his winning margin was nearly nine seconds.

It was Schlenk’s fourth win of the year at Attica and the 42nd of his career at the track with last week’s winner Kyle Moore, defending track champion Devin Shiels, Mike Bores and Ryan Markham rounding out the top five.

“The car was just awesome. I could move anywhere on the track to make passes. The track was technical, smooth and racey…kudos to the track crew on an awesome race surface,” said Schlenk beside Buckeye Concrete Coatings, Terry Henricks Auto Group, Velocita USA, Dominator Race Products, Tom Finch Auto, Domination Race Cars, All Star Performance backed #91.

Ohio Sprint Speedweek moves to Fremont Speedway Presented by Gill Construction Saturday, June 8.

Attica Raceway Park will be back in action Friday, June 21 with the All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads/Kistler Racing Products 410 Attica Fremont Championship Series Presented by the Baumann Auto Group in action along with the Attica/Oakshade Raceway Late Model Challenge Series and the NAPA of Bryan 305 AFCS Presented by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales.

For more information go to www.atticaracewaypark.comor follow the track on Twitter

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About Ohio Laborers - https://www.liuna.org/

Tonight’s races are brought to you by LIUNA - The Laborers' International Union of North America, in conjunction with the Ohio Laborers and Ohio LECET. Throughout Ohio there are 20,000 members, under which 22 local union halls represent. LIUNA members build roads, construct buildings, install solar, gas and water lines, clean hazardous waste, and much more. When you see LIUNA members working on the roads, please remember to keep them safe, slow down and move over! Check out the website for more information and job and training opportunities!

About Ohio Cat - http://www.ohiocat.com

Ohio CAT is a top Caterpillar dealer, employing over 1,100 people in more than 20 locations. Ohio CAT has received numerous awards for customer service and business accomplishments, as well as being named 2015 leading skid steer loader dealer in the world as well as gaining top sales in excavators and repeated awards leading the Ohio market in skid steer loader sales. With staff nearly doubling since 2010, Ohio Cat completed construction of its renovated Broadview Heights corporate office in 2016 to accommodate recent years of rapid growth.

Attica Raceway Park

Friday, June 7, 2024

410 Sprints – Ti22 Performance FAST on Dirt

Qualifying

1.32-Bryce Lucius, 13.093; 2.16T-Cole Macedo, 13.316; 3.17-Dylan Norris, 13.375; 4.2-Ricky Peterson, 13.392; 5.9-Trey Jacobs, 13.392; 6.19-TJ Michael, 13.450; 7.35-Stuart Brubaker, 13.479; 8.5T-Travis Philo, 13.506; 9.4-Zane DeVault, 13.510; 10.14R-Sean Rayhall, 13.541; 11.101-Kalib Henry, 13.546; 12.7N-Darin Naida, 13.549; 13.48-Danny Dietrich, 13.554; 14.1-Nate Dussel, 13.593; 15.70-Henry Malcuit, 13.613; 16.99-Skylar Gee, 13.647; 17.60-Jordyn Charge, 13.670; 18.15K-Creed Kemenah, 13.679; 19.49X-Tim Shaffer, 13.731; 20.27-Emerson Axsom, 13.766; 21.91-Tyler Gunn, 13.787; 22.W20-Greg Wilson, 13.825; 23.5B-Kody Brewer, 13.874; 24.24D-Danny Sams III, 13.876; 25.5AU-Brock Hallett, 13.888; 26.34-Sterling Cling, 13.900; 27.16-DJ Foos, 13.965; 28.25R-Jordan Ryan, 13.971; 29.29-Zeth Sabo, 14.014; 30.23-Cale Thomas, 14.033; 31.28M-Conner Morrell, 14.047; 32.11N-Kasey Jedrzejek, 14.048; 33.X-Mike Keegan, 14.084; 34.33W-Cap Henry, 14.127; 35.79-Max Guilford, 14.178; 36.09-Craig Mintz, 14.279; 37.22G-Riley Goodno, 14.345; 38.21K-Larry Kingseed Jr, 14.427; 39.25-Chris Myers, 14.539; 40.15H-Mitch Harble, 14.547; 41.99N-Cameron Nastasi, 14.657; 42.7DK-Dylan Kingan, 14.674; 43.29M-Logan McCandless, 14.675; 44.17S-Shelby Rankin, 14.701; 45.22S-Brandon Spithaler, 14.760; 46.4*-Tyler Street, 14.781; 47.16TH-Kevin Newton, 14.929; 48.5J-Jake Hesson, 14.967; 49.13-Jeremy Duposki, 14.989; 50.15C-Chris Andrews, 15.036; 51.75-Jerry Dahms, 15.107; 52.9H-Lance Heinberger, 15.553; 53.6J-Jonah Aumend, 15.597;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 9-Trey Jacobs[2] ; 2. 16T-Cole Macedo[1] ; 3. 101-Kalib Henry[5] ; 4. 32-Bryce Lucius[4] ; 5. 7N-Darin Naida[6] ; 6. 91-Tyler Gunn[8] ; 7. 1-Nate Dussel[7] ; 8. X-Mike Keegan[10] ; 9. 5B-Kody Brewer[9] ; 10. 17S-Shelby Rankin[11] ; 11. 14R-Sean Rayhall[3]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 33W-Cap Henry[8] ; 2. 2-Ricky Peterson[1] ; 3. 17-Dylan Norris[4] ; 4. 49X-Tim Shaffer[7] ; 5. 19-TJ Michael[2] ; 6. 35-Stuart Brubaker[3] ; 7. 99-Skylar Gee[6] ; 8. 48-Danny Dietrich[5] ; 9. 15H-Mitch Harble[10] ; 10. 79-Max Guilford[9] ; 11. 7DK-Dylan Kingan[11]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 4-Zane DeVault[1] ; 2. 29-Zeth Sabo[7] ; 3. 5AU-Brock Hallett[5] ; 4. 70-Henry Malcuit[2] ; 5. 28M-Conner Morrell[8] ; 6. 5T-Travis Philo[4] ; 7. 16-DJ Foos[6] ; 8. 60-Jordyn Charge[3] ; 9. 75-Jerry Dahms[11] ; 10. 25-Chris Myers[9] ; 11. 99N-Cameron Nastasi[10]

Heat 4, Group D - (8 Laps)

1. W20-Greg Wilson[1] ; 2. 09-Craig Mintz[5] ; 3. 15K-Creed Kemenah[4] ; 4. 21K-Larry Kingseed Jr[7] ; 5. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[3] ; 6. 29M-Logan McCandless[8] ; 7. 22G-Riley Goodno[6] ; 8. 15C-Chris Andrews[9] ; 9. 6J-Jonah Aumend[10] ; 10. 23-Cale Thomas[2]

Heat 5, Group E - (8 Laps)

1. 34-Sterling Cling[2] ; 2. 27-Emerson Axsom[4] ; 3. 25R-Jordan Ryan[3] ; 4. 22S-Brandon Spithaler[5] ; 5. 4*-Tyler Street[6] ; 6. 5J-Jake Hesson[8] ; 7. 24D-Danny Sams III[1] ; 8. 13-Jeremy Duposki[9] ; 9. 16TH-Kevin Newton[7] ; 10. 9H-Lance Heinberger[10]

Dash 1 - Computer Man Inc. (6 Laps)

1. 15K-Creed Kemenah[1] ; 2. 33W-Cap Henry[3] ; 3. 34-Sterling Cling[5] ; 4. 9-Trey Jacobs[2] ; 5. 70-Henry Malcuit[4]

Dash 2 - Computer Man Inc. (5 Laps)

1. 27-Emerson Axsom[1] ; 2. W20-Greg Wilson[3] ; 3. 4-Zane DeVault[4] ; 4. 32-Bryce Lucius[5] ; 5. 17-Dylan Norris[2]

B-Main 1 - (12 Laps)

1. 19-TJ Michael[1] ; 2. 1-Nate Dussel[6] ; 3. 23-Cale Thomas[15] ; 4. 7N-Darin Naida[2] ; 5. 91-Tyler Gunn[4] ; 6. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[3] ; 7. 24D-Danny Sams III[8] ; 8. 16-DJ Foos[7] ; 9. 14R-Sean Rayhall[16] ; 10. 29M-Logan McCandless[5] ; 11. 5B-Kody Brewer[11] ; 12. 16TH-Kevin Newton[13] ; 13. 79-Max Guilford[14] ; 14. 75-Jerry Dahms[12] ; 15. 99N-Cameron Nastasi[17] ; 16. 48-Danny Dietrich[9] ; 17. 15C-Chris Andrews[10]

B-Main 2 - (12 Laps)

1. 99-Skylar Gee[6] ; 2. 28M-Conner Morrell[2] ; 3. 35-Stuart Brubaker[1] ; 4. 4*-Tyler Street[3] ; 5. 5T-Travis Philo[4] ; 6. X-Mike Keegan[8] ; 7. 22G-Riley Goodno[7] ; 8. 60-Jordyn Charge[9] ; 9. 15H-Mitch Harble[11] ; 10. 5J-Jake Hesson[5] ; 11. 13-Jeremy Duposki[10] ; 12. 7DK-Dylan Kingan[16] ; 13. 6J-Jonah Aumend[12] ; 14. 9H-Lance Heinberger[15] ; 15. 17S-Shelby Rankin[13] ; 16. 25-Chris Myers[14]

A-Main 1 - (40 Laps)

1. 33W-Cap Henry[3] ; 2. W20-Greg Wilson[4] ; 3. 27-Emerson Axsom[2] ; 4. 09-Craig Mintz[14] ; 5. 29-Zeth Sabo[13] ; 6. 2-Ricky Peterson[12] ; 7. 9-Trey Jacobs[7] ; 8. 99-Skylar Gee[22] ; 9. 101-Kalib Henry[15] ; 10. 34-Sterling Cling[5] ; 11. 15K-Creed Kemenah[1] ; 12. 4-Zane DeVault[6] ; 13. 16T-Cole Macedo[11] ; 14. 28M-Conner Morrell[24] ; 15. 25R-Jordan Ryan[17] ; 16. 1-Nate Dussel[23] ; 17. 17-Dylan Norris[10] ; 18. 49X-Tim Shaffer[18] ; 19. 70-Henry Malcuit[9] ; 20. 22S-Brandon Spithaler[20] ; 21. 5AU-Brock Hallett[16] ; 22. 19-TJ Michael[21] ; 23. 32-Bryce Lucius[8] ; 24. 21K-Larry Kingseed Jr[19]

Late Models - Dirt Nerds Podcast

Qualifying

1.91-Rusty Schlenk, 15.096; 2.51-Devin Shiels, 15.375; 3.94-Mike Bores, 15.455; 4.1*-Kyle Moore, 15.474; 5.X3-Dan Wallace, 15.719; 6.14JR-JR Gentry, 15.759; 7.74-Jeff Warnick, 15.872; 8.92-Justin Chance, 15.935; 9.5M-Ryan Markham, 15.995; 10.2C-Clint Coffman, 16.037; 11.51B-Brayden Shiels, 16.081; 12.46-Collin Shipley, 16.186; 13.RH03-Gregg Haskell, 16.368; 14.0-Cameron Tusing, 16.449; 15.11-Austin Gibson, 16.897; 16.14C-Chase Coffman, 17.165; 17.69R-Doug Baird, 17.474; 18.29-Nate Potts, 17.832;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 91-Rusty Schlenk[4] ; 2. 74-Jeff Warnick[2] ; 3. 94-Mike Bores[3] ; 4. 46-Collin Shipley[6] ; 5. 92-Justin Chance[1] ; 6. 51B-Brayden Shiels[5]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 5M-Ryan Markham[1] ; 2. 51-Devin Shiels[4] ; 3. X3-Dan Wallace[3] ; 4. 14JR-JR Gentry[2] ; 5. 2C-Clint Coffman[5] ; 6. 11-Austin Gibson[6]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 1*-Kyle Moore[4] ; 2. RH03-Gregg Haskell[3] ; 3. 14C-Chase Coffman[1] ; 4. 29-Nate Potts[6] ; 5. 0-Cameron Tusing[2] ; 6. 69R-Doug Baird[5]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 91-Rusty Schlenk[1] ; 2. 1*-Kyle Moore[8] ; 3. 51-Devin Shiels[2] ; 4. 94-Mike Bores[4] ; 5. 5M-Ryan Markham[6] ; 6. 46-Collin Shipley[10] ; 7. X3-Dan Wallace[3] ; 8. 74-Jeff Warnick[5] ; 9. RH03-Gregg Haskell[7] ; 10. 92-Justin Chance[13] ; 11. 14JR-JR Gentry[11] ; 12. 2C-Clint Coffman[14] ; 13. 14C-Chase Coffman[9] ; 14. 29-Nate Potts[12] ; 15. 51B-Brayden Shiels[16] ; 16. 69R-Doug Baird[18] ; 17. 11-Austin Gibson[17] ; 18. 0-Cameron Tusing[15]

 

 

BRYANT BELL EARNS FOURTH CAREER OCEAN SPEEDWAY WMR WIN ON FRIDAY NIGHT

WATSONVILLE, CALIFORNIA (June 7, 2024) – 2023 Western Midget Racing champion Bryant Bell of Oakley, Calif. steered Tony Boscacci’s No. 09 Spike Chassis to victory lane for the fourth time in his career at Watsonville’s Ocean Speedway on Friday night. The victory moves Bell back within six points of Logan Mitchell of Santa Cruz in the championship hunt as the series heads to Petaluma Speedway on Saturday night.

Bell experienced difficulties in his heat race but his team recovered for the feature. San Jose’s Anthony Bruno, Bell’s teammate, and Mitchell scored the heat race wins at their home race track.

Las Vegas’ Kyle Hawse placed the Sunland Wood Products No. 20 Triple-X Chassis on the pole for the feature after a six-car invert. Bell used the bottom to advance quickly into the lead by lap four.

Bell accumulated a sizeable advantage over the pack in the non-stop feature. By the time Mitchell had seized second place, the advantage was roughly two seconds. Mitchell marched towards Bell but time ran out. Bell earned his second win of the season for sponsor Toyota Walnut Creek. Mitchell settled for second followed by Lodi’s Nate Wait, Bruno, and Santa Clarita’s Adam Weisberg.

WMR races as the support division for the Sprint Car Challenge Tour on Saturday night at Petaluma Speedway. If you cannot attend the races, action will be streamed live on www.CaliDirt.TV

For more information visit www.WesternMidgetRacing.com

RESULTS: Ocean Speedway June 7, 2024

A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 09-Bryant Bell[8]; 2. 96X-Logan Mitchell[5]; 3. 35W-Nate Wait[2]; 4. 9-Anthony Bruno[6]; 5. 15-Adam Weisberg[3]; 6. 20-Kyle Hawse[1]; 7. 68-Marvin Mitchell[7]; 8. 1K-Terry Nichols[4]

Heat 1 (6 Laps): 1. 9-Anthony Bruno[1]; 2. 1K-Terry Nichols[2]; 3. 35W-Nate Wait[3]; 4. 68-Marvin Mitchell[4]

Heat 2 (6 Laps): 1. 96X-Logan Mitchell[1]; 2. 15-Adam Weisberg[4]; 3. 20-Kyle Hawse[3]; 4. 09-Bryant Bell[2]

2024 WMR Schedule – Subject to Change
March 16 Ventura Raceway – WINNER: Anthony Bruno
March 29 Ocean Speedway – RAIN OUT
March 30 Marysville Raceway – RAIN OUT

April 20 Bakersfield Speedway – WINNER: Logan Mitchell

May 4 Ventura Raceway – WINNER: Bryant Bell
May 17 Ocean Speedway – WINNER: Logan Mitchell
May 18 Petaluma Speedway w/ BCRA Tom Manning Memorial – WINNER: Logan Mitchell

June 7 Ocean Speedway – WINNER: Bryant Bell
June 8 Petaluma Speedway
June 22 Ventura Raceway

July 12 Ocean Speedway Howard Kaeding Classic
July 13 Ocean Speedway Howard Kaeding Classic
July 26 Ocean Speedway
July 27 Antioch Speedway

August 9 Ocean Speedway Johnny Key Classic
August 10 Ocean Speedway Johnny Key Classic

September 21 Bakersfield Speedway

October 25 Kevin Harvick’s Kern Raceway October Classic
October 26 Ventura Raceway

 

 

Thank you to our 2024 PIRTEK UMSS sponsors PIRTEK, Hoosier Tire North, Kiki's Salsa, James Ackerley Construction LLC, Rapid Press, Adams Estates. Please do business with those that support us. Thank you!

New Richmond, Wi June 1st, 2024

The Pirtek UMSS/Wisconsin WingLESS Challenge was a huge success! Thirty-four cars, seventeen from each series journeyed to Cedar Lake Speedway on Saturday. With the Adams Estates heat #1 going to Eric Wilke, the Kiki’s Salsa heat #2 going to Tyler Kuxhouse, The James Ackerley Construction heat #3 going to Ryan Marshall, and the Rapid Press heat #4 claimed by Jimmy Sivia.

The 10z car of Zach Widdes drove into Pirtek/Hoosier Tire victory lane for the B feature, to stage up for the A feature, along with the 99J car of Seth Johnson, 99 Brad Peterson and the 5J of Chris Lewis. Lining up for battle in the A feature on the pole position was Wilke, followed by Marshall, Allen Hafford, Austin Hansen, and Jake Kouba. The top three battled all race long for the top spot sometimes going three wide. After twenty laps were completed, the 91 car of Sivia parked it in the Pirtek/Hoosier Tire victory lane, cruising in behind him was the 7x of Marshall, the 24 of Wilke, the 11 of Hansen, and the 23z of Zach Raidart. “The Joker” Lewis was awarded hard charger for his outstanding racing from twenty-fourth starting position, to finish in eighth.

Shoutout of appreciation to Greg Parent of GRP Motorsports who handed out cash prizes throughout the evening. Thank you so much for your faith and generosity to these amazing drivers.

The Pirtek Renegades next event will be Saturday June 8Th, 2024 when the Winged Sprints take part in the World Of Outlaw Show at Ogilvie Raceway. 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.

By: Sherri Murawski

A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 91-Jimmy Sivia[6]; 2. 7X-Ryan Marshall[2]; 3. 24-Eric Wilke[1]; 4. 11-Austin Hansen[4]; 5. 23Z-Zach Raidart[9]; 6. 38-Allen Hafford[3]; 7. 57-Tristan Furseth[16]; 8. 5J-Chris Lewis[24]; 9. 11J-Jori Hughes[13]; 10. 93-Brad Peterson[23]; 11. 7XX-Dan Atchison[15]; 12. 0-John Fahl[10]; 13. 99J-Seth Johnson[22]; 14. 76-Edison Aldrich[19]; 15. 10Z-Zach Widdes[21]; 16. 12X-Blake Anderson[17]; 17. 955-Lucas Grosinger[12]; 18. 29OG-Tom Eller[18]; 19. 29J-Ralph Johnson[20]; 20. 70H-Tate Hensley[11]; 21. (DNF) 711-Tyler Kuxhouse[8]; 22. (DNF) 20L-Lucas Logue[7]; 23. (DNF) 6-Jake Kouba[5]; 24. (DQ) 99-Bryan Roach[14]

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 10Z-Zach Widdes[2]; 2. 99J-Seth Johnson[14]; 3. 93-Brad Peterson[4]; 4. 5J-Chris Lewis[10]; 5. 7-Trinity Uttech[12]; 6. 2C-Brad Cunningham[1]; 7. 25A-Ashley Williams[6]; 8. 17-Bryce Andrews[5]; 9. 6X-Mark Martin[9]; 10. 7D-Josh Davidson[13]; 11. THE1-Tony Gernert[7]; 12. C4-Carl Wade[8]; 13. (DNF) 95-John Vaillancourt[3]; 14. (DNF) 4G-George Gaertner III[11]

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 24-Eric Wilke[2]; 2. 38-Allen Hafford[7]; 3. 20L-Lucas Logue[8]; 4. 12X-Blake Anderson[3]; 5. 29OG-Tom Eller[6]; 6. 25A-Ashley Williams[4]; 7. C4-Carl Wade[5]; 8. THE1-Tony Gernert[9]; 9. (DNS) 7D-Josh Davidson

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 711-Tyler Kuxhouse[2]; 2. 0-John Fahl[1]; 3. 11-Austin Hansen[6]; 4. 99-Bryan Roach[4]; 5. 2C-Brad Cunningham[3]; 6. 93-Brad Peterson[5]; 7. 10Z-Zach Widdes[9]; 8. 5J-Chris Lewis[8]; 9. 7-Trinity Uttech[7]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 7X-Ryan Marshall[1]; 2. 23Z-Zach Raidart[3]; 3. 955-Lucas Grosinger[2]; 4. 7XX-Dan Atchison[4]; 5. 76-Edison Aldrich[6]; 6. 29J-Ralph Johnson[7]; 7. 17-Bryce Andrews[8]; 8. 4G-George Gaertner III[5]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 91-Jimmy Sivia[5]; 2. 6-Jake Kouba[7]; 3. 11J-Jori Hughes[2]; 4. 57-Tristan Furseth[4]; 5. 70H-Tate Hensley[8]; 6. 95-John Vaillancourt[6]; 7. 6X-Mark Martin[3]; 8. (DQ) 99J-Seth Johnson[1]

 

 

PASS     Speedy recovery, speedy driver Austin Reed

Talk about a quick turnaround! Just two weeks to the night after injuring his hand in a wicked flip into the trees while heading for a runaway win at Hagerstown Speedway, Austin Reed of Etters planted his #34 sprint car in victory lane after charging through the field to win the 20-lap River Valley Builders PA Sprint Series feature Saturday night at Port Royal Speedway.

He became the fifth different winner in PASS’s rain-hampered 2024 season, and the win was his eighth with the series (first at Port Royal) in the Karma Industrial Services/D&M Transportation/Mac Stack sprinter.

Reed started 11th in a tough field, already narrowed down from 44 entrants, and by lap 12 he was up to third, behind race-long frontrunner Owen Dimm of Mifflintown and determined challenger Mike Melair of Warrington. As Dimm and Melair waged a fierce battle for the lead, Reed patiently waited for his chance, and on lap 18 he pounced, passing both drivers. In those last two laps, the winner pulled away slightly and edged Dimm by 1.273 seconds, with Melair less than half a second back in third.

Doug Dodson of Middletown came home fourth and Nick Sweigart of Myerstown fifth, battling for that position at the checkered flag.

Completing the top ten were Zach Rhodes of McVeytown, Ken Duke Jr. of Selinsgrove, Roger Irvine of Irvona, Jason Roush of Thompsontown, and Josh Spicer of Julian.

Reed’s charge from 11th position to the win also earned him the Penns Valley Meat Market Hard Charger Award, but he wasn’t the only racer on the move during the feature. Rhodes’ sixth-place finish came after starting 15th, and B-Main winner Kruz Kepner of Kreamer climbed from 19th to 11th.

The race was largely incident-free. Fred Arnold of Richfield brought out the caution on lap three when his rear axle locked up on the backstretch, and the next lap, Tim Iulg of Bridgeton, N.J., to a 360 spin while challenging Melair for second place. Iulg was able to continue without stopping, but Port Royal rules required him to go to the rear of the field.

The qualifying events displayed intense competition indicative of everyone’s understanding that nearly 20 teams would pack before the feature. Roush won the first heat race, which saw Iulg charge from tenth to second. The second heat was won by Dodson and the third by Seth Schnoke of Pine Grove, after Mid Atlantic Sprint Series competitors Larry McVay of Bordentown, N.J., and Danny Buccafusca of Rockaway, N.J., tangled battling for second place. McVay was done for the night, but Buccafusca was able to continue, although he didn’t qualify for the feature.

In an incredibly talent-filled fourth heat, Sweigart took the win, and 2023 River Valley Builders PASS Champion Logan Spahr was relegated to the B-Main.

With 22 cars going for the final six starting positions in the B-Main, Kepner captured the win, and Dustin Young of Danville edged Spahr for the final spot in the field on the last lap.

Zach Rhodes posted the fastest time in hot laps.

Starting position draw was critical in such a large field, and rookie Kolby Weaver of Everett was saddled with the worst heat race starting draw, but at least that earned him the VP Racing Race Ready Award.

The weekend’s first “double” for the River Valley Builders PASS tour was to continue Sunday at Selinsgrove Speedway.

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Results from Williams Grove Speedway, Friday, May 24

HEAT 1 – 1. 28R-Jason Roush; 2. 19-Tim Iulg; 3. 85-Josh Beamer; 4. 34-Austin Reed; 5. 31Z-Zach Rhodes; 6. 88-Fred Arnold; 7. 47-Ben Miklos; 8. 69P-Landon Price; 9. J9-Jerald Harris; 10. 54M-Todd Lynn; 11. 7H-Kyle Hart.

HEAT 2 – 1. 20-Doug Dodson; 2. 12-Roger Irvine; 3. 71-Josh Spicer; 4. 01-Timmy Bittnew; 5. 46-Mike Alleman; 6. 19-Kruz Kepner; 7. 53W-Jimmy White; 8. 1M-Paul Moyer; 9. 4W-Kasey Weaver; 10. 19AR-Alan Rhodes; 11. 11W-Donnie Wise (DNF).

HEAT 3 – 1. 29R-Seth Schnoke; 2. 2-Erin Statler; 3. 14T-Matt Tebbs; 4. 98-Croix Beasom; 5. 32A-Austin Greenland; 6. 7-Drew Young; 7-21-Andrew Boyer; 8. 19B-Danny Buccafusca; 9. 9-Mariah Romig; 10. 83-Larry McVay (DNF); 11. 5-John Walp (DNF).

HEAT 4 – 1. 89-Nick Sweigart; 2. 36-Mike Melair; 3. 17-Owen Dimm; 4. 67-Ken Duke Jr.; 5. 97-Kenny Heffner; 6. 44-Dave Brown; 7. 5-Logan Spahr; 8. 25-Dustin Young; 9. 5W-Kolby Weaver; 10. 6-Caleb Harris; 11. 80-Dave Wickham (DNF).

B-MAIN – 1. 19-Kruz Kepner; 2. 44-Dave Brown; 3. 88-Fred Arnold; 4. 53W-Jimmy White; 5. 7-Drew Young; 6. 25-Dustin Young; 7. 5-Logan Spahr; 8. 69P-Landon Price; 9. 21-Andrew Boyer; 10. 4W-Kasey Weaver; 11. 1M-Paul Moyer; 12. 19AR-Alan Rhodes; 13. 47-Ben Miklos; 14. J9-Jerald Harris; 15. 19B-Danny Buccafusca; 16. 5W-Kolby Weaver; 17. 7H-Kyle Hart; 18. 54M-Todd Lynn; 19. 6-Caleb Harris; 20. 5-John Walp (DNF); 21. 11W-Donnie Wise (DNF); 22. 9-Mariah Romig. DNS – 80-Dave Wickham; 83-Larry McVay.

FEATURE – 1. 34-Austin Reed; 2. 17-Owen Dimm; 3. 36-Mike Melair; 4. 20-Doug Dodson; 5. 89-Nick Sweigart; 6. 31Z-Zach Rhodes; 7. 67-Ken Duke Jr., 8. 12-Roger Irvine; 9. 28R-Jason Roush; 10. 71-Josh Spicer; 11. 19-Kruz Kepner; 12. 01-Timmy Bittner; 13. 44-Dave Brown; 14. 97-Kenny Heffner; 15. 15T-Matt Tebbs; 16. 85-Josh Beamer; 17. 32A-Austin Greenland; 18. 98-Croix Beasom; 19. 19-Tim Iulg; 20. 53W-Jimmy White; 21. 46-Mike Alleman; 22. 7-Drew Young; 23. 25-Dustin Young; 24. 21-Andrew Boyer; 25. 2-Erin Statler (DNF); 26. 88-Fred Arnold (DNF). DQ – 29R-Seth Schnoke. DNQ – 5-Logan Spahr; 69P-Landon Price; 4W-Kasey Weaver; 1M-Paul Moyer; 19AR-Alan Rhodes; 47-Ben Miklos; J9-Jerald Harris; 19B-Danny Buccafusca; 5W-Kolby Weaver; 7H-Kyle Hart; 54M-Todd Lynn; 6-Caleb Harris; 5-John Walp; 11W-Donnie Wise; 9-Mariah Romig; 80-Dave Wickham; 83-Larry McVay.

 

 

Trey Starks repeats and picks up his third win of the year on College and Kids Night

By Erik List

6.1.24

Alger, WA—With weather threatening the night at Skagit Speedway, the racing heated up and did not disappoint.

Trey Starks became the first driver to put three feathers in his cap this year as he grabbed back-to-back wins at Skagit Speedway with the KarMart 410 Sprint Cars. Starks started outside Robbie Price and put the pedal to the floor on the initial start, flying away from Price on the high side of turns one and two. As the race progressed into lap traffic, Starks did not fade from the point, diving around traffic like they were standing still. Price matched him move for move but Starks always found a way to get around the next lapper first.

Hot on the heels of Price was fast-moving Tanner Holmes, coming from the fourth position and finding himself in second on the last lap due to a hiccup from Price that relegated him from second to fourth. All while these three raced it out, Landon Brooks quietly made his way from eight the third. Justin Youngquist, Eric Fisher, and Tanner Holmes all won heat races.

The Skagit Aggregates IMCA Modifieds was a race for the ages that saw a drag race to the line for the second spot between Tyson Blood, Rick Smith, and Jeff Westergard. James Bundy set a torrid pace out front that was unmatchable all race long. While he pulled away from the rest of the field, the race behind him only got better.

Needing a couple of cautions early to get the field going, Rick Smith and Lee Swift quickly made their way into second and third before attempting to run down Bundy. They got close a couple of times, but never enough to get by. All the while, Tyson Blood worked his way from the rear of the field to the front. Blood was involved in an early race caution which is why he had to come from the back.

Coming to the line, Blood sent it around the top side of three and four, and while beating and banging to the line, Tyson Blood edged out Smith and Westergard for second. Smith wound up third, while Westergard ended in fourth. Zane Miner and Tyson Blood won the two heat races.

From the rear of the field to the front, Brian Michelson marched forward to claim his second win of the year in the Hornet division. There were plenty of comers and goers upfront during the Hornets A-Main. William Zottneck led the opening laps before having issues with his car that ended his race early. With Zottneck out, Mike Ploeg got handed the lead before he ended up falling back and suffering engine troubles late in the race.

Colins Sims took over for a few laps, but the hard-charging Michelson used the high side to drive up to Sims and made the pass for the lead. Scott Henry and Brian Michelson won the heat races.

KarMart 410 Sprint Cars – 21 Entries

Fast Time – Trey Starks 10.851

Heat 1 – Justin Youngquist

Heat 2 – Eric Fisher

Heat 3 – Tanner Holmes

Main – Trey Starks, Tanner Holmes, Landon Brooks, Robbie Price, Jason Solwold, Colby Thornhill, Jesse Schlotfeldt, Justin Youngquist, Willie Croft, Greg Hamilton, Eric Fisher, Luke Didiuk, Tyler Anderson, Bailey Jean, Axel Oudman, Greg Otis, Mike Brown, Evan Margeson, Brett McGhie, Lane Taylor

Lap Leaders: Trey Starks 1-30

Skagit Aggregates IMCA Modifieds – 18 Entries

Heat 1 – Zane Miner

Heat 2 – Tyson Blood

Main – James Bundy, Tyson Blood, Rick Smith, Jeff Westergard, Lee Swift, Zane Miner, Adam Holtrop, Alan Grimbly, TJ Larsen, Cory Gordon, Ben Gunderson, Austin Smith, Kevin Smith, Steve Peters, Greg Hibma, Ben Malmstadt, Billy Coles, Brandon Nutter

Lap Leaders: James Bundy 1-25

Hornets – 19 Entries

Fast Time – Mike Guffey 18.615

Heat 1 – Scott Henry

Heat 2 – Brian Michelson

Main – Brain Michelson, Colin Sims, David Dykstra, Wyatt Covert, Scott Henry, Jeff Woolsey, Brent Shetler, Tazio Andreassen, Jon Edwards, Robert Hayes, Mike Ploeg, James Sims, Dan Okeefe, James, Hulbert, Austyn Sims, William Zottneck, Dave Hill, Mike Guffey, Raven Skaugrud
Lap Leaders: William Zottneck 1-6, Mike Ploeg 7-15, Colin Sims 16-17, Brian Michelson 18-20

 

 

RYAN SMITH WINS HIS 2ND WESTERN PA SPRINT SPEEDWEEK EVENT IN 4 TRIES AT SHARON; CAREER 1ST BIG-BLOCK MOD WIN FOR AYDEN CIPRIANO; 1ST EVER "305" SPRINT RACE TO JEREMY KORNBAU

 June 1, 2024

By Mike Leone

(Hartford, OH)…After an ultra-successful World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car event on May 18 and a weekend off for Memorial Day, Sharon Speedway returned to action on a beautiful Saturday evening welcoming in Western PA Sprint Speedweek. Celebrating in the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply victory lane were Ryan Smith (Hovis Auto & Truck Supply "410" Sprint Cars presented by Bala Management), Ayden Cipriano (Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Big-Block Modifieds) and Jeremy Kornbau ("305" Sprint Cars). Eighty-seven cars were in the pit area for the three-division show on Sara Cipriano at Novus Mortgage of Hermitage and Sportsman's Supply Night.

Central Pennsylvania invader Ryan Smith slipped under Indiana's Zane DeVault on lap seven and kept 12th starting Dave Blaney at bay in lapped traffic to win the Western PA Speedweek event at Sharon for the second time in the last four years. Smith, the 2021 Sharon winner and Western PA Speedweek Champion, earned $4,000 for the for the 30-lap Hovis Auto & Truck Supply "410" Sprint Car victory.

"It's pretty cool to beat Dave (Blaney) at his own place- I knew he had to be coming," acknowledged the 26-year-old Kunkletown, Pa. native. "I just tried not to make any mistakes, capitalize on lapped car mistakes, and get what I could. All in all not bad for just the third time out with my guys this year. It's been a lot of fun even though we struggled last night, but rebounded and took all the big money tonight. The car was really good. We made some small changes between last night and today, and it definitely showed. Hopefully we can race tomorrow and end the week on a good note."

DeVault raced into the early lead aboard the Lane Racing #4 in search of his first Sharon Speedway victory, while Smith settled into second. By lap three, DeVault and Smith quickly pulled away from Mitch Harble and the rest of the field. Quebec's Jordan Poirier, fresh off a runner-up finish in his Lernerville Speedway debut on Friday night, started seventh and was already up to fourth by lap three.

Eyes began to shift to the "Buckeye Bullet", who was making his way forward. Blaney was already up to fifth on lap four dropping Logan McCandless out of the top five. Blaney then drove around Poirier and Harble in successive laps to take third on lap six. DeVault got too high and slapped the turn two fence on lap seven allowing Smith to drive by for what would be the winning move. The event's only caution was for Denny Peebles, who slowed with a flat tire with seven laps completed.

When racing resumed on lap eight, Blaney slipped under DeVault for second with Poirier following in third. Poirier began to challenge Blaney for the runner-up spot, while Smith maintained his lead. Smith had a two-second lead when he caught lapped traffic on lap 14. Smith maintained that advantage over the second half of the caution-free event as he took the checkered flag by 1.871 seconds in the BJD Motorsports, Western Mountain/Red Robin Gourmet Burgers-sponsored #6.

Blaney, the current Speedweek points leader, was second. Poirier faded late as DeVault got back to third. Dale Blaney went eighth to fourth. McCandless completed the top five. Adam Kekich was sixth as Poirier dropped to seventh after challenging Blaney for second at the mid-part of the event. Lee Jacobs went 19th to 8th to earn the $250 hard charger. Dan Kuriger was ninth. Mark Smith raced from 17th to 10th.

Dave Blaney set fast time overall against the 46-car field in qualifying with a lap of 15.835 to earn $250. Heat race winners were Dave Blaney, Kekich, Dale Blaney, Ryan Smith, and Chase Metheney. A.J. Flick and Lance Moss captured the last chance B mains.

The Big-Block Modifieds made their first of six appearances of the 2024 season and it was young, up and coming talent Ayden Cipriano capturing his first career win in the division. Cipriano inherited the lead on lap eight when leader Rick Regalski was called for a jump and kept a steady advantage over eighth starting Rex King, Jr. throughout the 25-lap Hovis Auto & Truck Supply feature. Cipriano earned $2,000 thanks to sponsorship from Autism Awareness, King Bros. Ready Mix Concrete, King's Sanitary Services, Russ King Racing, and Thermo Supply.

"This feels great," expressed the 18-year-old Hermitage, Pa. driver. "There's a lot of great people in this class and I'm just happy that I could pull it off in my first year in this car. I know he's (King, Jr.) always somewhere if he's not in front of me, he's definitely right behind me. I knew someone had to be there, but I just hit my marks and didn't figure he could get around me."

Regalski led the first seven laps in search of his first Sharon victory before a caution for Steve Feder. When racing resumed, Regalski was called for starting the race before the restart zone, which moved Cipriano into the lead. When racing resumed, King was able to charge into second. The 28-time winner closed the gap in the final laps, but Cipriano didn't make any mistakes as he took the William Cipriano-owned, Wheatland Steel Processing/Novus Mortgage of Hermitage/Rudy's Tavern/Stainless Steel Engineering/BJS Powder Coating-sponsored #5c by 0.647 seconds. Cipriano, a five-time RUSH Sportsman Modified winner, became the 97th different driver to win a Big-Block Modified feature in the history of Sharon.

In addition to a $1,200 payday, King also earned the $100 Summit Racing Equipment gift card for being the hard charger. Chas Wolbert was third over ninth starting Will Thomas III. Brad Rapp had a good run going 11th to 5th. Rounding out the top 10 were Garrett Krummert, Regalski, Chad Reitz, Mike Kinney, and Steve Barr. King and Thomas won the heat races over the 19-car field.

Jeremy Kornbau will go down in the record books as the very first winner of a Racesaver "305" Sprint Car event at Sharon. Kornbau, who has competed in numerous "410" events over the years at Sharon including many with a "305", led all 20 laps of the Sportsman's Supply-sponsored feature for the $800 victory.

"I've wanted to win here for so long," stated the 23-year-old Hermitage, Pa. racer. "I grew up here and it's always been my dream to be standing here looking up at those grandstands so it's finally that time. It looked like the big blocks would lay some rubber down so we tightened it up, but didn't want to get too tight. I knew when we lined up we were going to be good. Gary Edwards (crew chief) was freaking out a little bit; he's won a lot of races here so I know this means a lot to him. I just tried to do my part and he did his and it all worked out. Everyone has been with me so long through the struggles and I'm glad it's now working out for everyone."

Kornbau started on the pole alongside Nolan Grove, a two-time non-wing RUSH Sprint Car winner at Sharon, as Kornbau jumped into the lead. Jim Pattock started eighth and raced into third by lap three getting by Brett Brunkenhoefer, another driver who has raced with the "410s" over the years with his "305". While Kornbau caught lapped traffic on lap seven, Brunkenhoefer was able to regain third from Pattock.

The event's only caution occurred with 13 laps completed when Dylan Shatzer, Greg Dobrosky, and Jacob Gomola tangled. Kornbau didn't allow Groves to challenge him over the final seven laps as he crossed the finish line first by 1.539 seconds in the Ed & Jerry's Auto Service/Hickory Hills Family Dental/Fox's Pizza-sponsored #27K. Brunkenhoefer was a career best third at Sharon over Roman Jones. Pattock dropped back to fifth at the finish. Jarrett Rosencrance was sixth over Dale Schweikart. Veteran "410" racers Andy Priest and Arnie Kent finished eighth and ninth. Vermont's John Scarborough was 10th. Heat winners over the 22-car field were Dakota Schweikart, Pattock, and Priest.

There will be no racing on June 8; however, Sharon Speedway will be in action on Wednesday, June 12 for Ohio Speedweek featuring the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply "410" Sprint Cars in a FAST Series event for $5,000 to-win. The Billy's Garage RUSH Sprint Cars will also be on the card in their season debut.

Western PA Speedweek for the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply "410" Sprint Cars presented by Bala Management (30 laps, $4,000 to-win): 1. 6-RYAN SMITH[2]; 2. 10-Dave Blaney[12]; 3. 4-Zane DeVault[1]; 4. 32B-Dale Blaney[8]; 5. 29-Logan McCandless[4]; 6. 5K-Adam Kekich[6]; 7. 28-Jordan Poirier[9]; 8. 81-Lee Jacobs[19]; 9. 08-Danny Kuriger[10]; 10. M1-Mark Smith[17]; 11. 15-Mitch Harble[3]; 12. 2-AJ Flick[21]; 13. 31C-Chase Metheney[5]; 14. 29P-Dan Shetler[16]; 15. 49X-Tim Shaffer[20]; 16. 17-Dylan Norris[14]; 17. 46-Michael Bauer[7]; 18. 20B-Cody Bova[13]; 19. 5-Jeremy Weaver[15]; 20. 23-Lance Moss[22]; 21. 2P-Ricky Peterson[23]; 22. 7NY-Matt Farnham[24]; 23. 3-Denny Peebles[18]; 24. 11J-David Kalb[11]

DNQ for the feature: Chris Verda (3V), Jordan Givler (90), Jared Zimbardi (35), Brandon Spithaler (22), Jordyn Charge (V60), Brent Matus (33), Brandon Matus (13), Eric Riggins, Jr. (47), Carl Bowser (11), Brett Brunkenhoefer (7T), Jimmy Morris IV (16), Steve Bright (13B), Jack Sodeman, Jr. (23JR), Bodey McClintock (19M), Hayden Miller (11H), Dusty Larson (47), Eric L. Williams (4W), Jacob Dykstra (5D), Andy Cavanaugh (x7), George Hobaugh (40), Tommy Jasen (12G), Bryan Salisbury (21).

Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Big-Block Modifieds (25 laps, $2,000 to-win): 1. 5C-AYDEN CIPRIANO[3]; 2. 165-Rex King Jr[8]; 3. C3-Chas Wolbert[4]; 4. 9-Will Thomas[7]; 5. 11R-Brad Rapp[11]; 6. 29-Garrett Krummert[5]; 7. 13-Rick Regalski Jr[1]; 8. 9R-Chad Reitz[9]; 9. 20P-Mike Kinney[6]; 10. 25B-Steve Barr[13]; 11. 7P-Caden Petry[2]; 12. JD57-Jordan Ehrenberg[12]; 13. 45-Steve Feder[10]; 14. 29*-Eric Beggs[14]; 15. 1X-Ryan Riffe[16]; 16. 5-Max Smoker[18]; 17. 17-Brad Deeter[17]; 18. 74-Kevin Green[19]; 19. 18JR-Mike Dougherty Jr[15]

Sportsman's Supply "305" Sprint Cars (20 laps, $800 to-win): 1. 27K-JEREMY KORNBAU[1]; 2. 25G-Nolan Groves[2]; 3. 47-Brett Brunkenhoefer[4]; 4. 82M-Roman Jones[5]; 5. 42-Jim Pattock[8]; 6. 25-Jarrett Rosencrance[3]; 7. 78-Dale Schweikart[6]; 8. 21N-Andy Priest[7]; 9. 18-Arnie Kent[10]; 10. 61-John Scarborough[13]; 11. 21-Hunter Hite[15]; 12. 78C-Dakota Schweikart[9]; 13. 20M-Vivian Jones[11]; 14. 71-Joe Coggin[14]; 15. 88-Greg Dobrosky[20]; 16. 154-Shamus O'Donnell[19]; 17. 30R-Glenn Worrell[22]; 18. 30-Jazlyn Boyles[16]; 19. 36H-Seth Harrelson[17]; 20. 15-Lacey Shuttleworth[21]; 21. 75-Dylan Shatzer[12]; 22. 4J-Jacob Gomola[18].

 

 

Macri, Sullivan and Yeigh Hustle to Heiman Fire Equipment Night Wins at Huset's Speedway

Inside Line Promotions - BRANDON, S.D. (June 2, 2024) - Anthony Macri, Andrew Sullivan and Cory Yeigh were hot at Huset's Speedway on Sunday during Heiman Fire Equipment Night.

Emerson Axsom led the first four laps of the 25-lap Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars main event before disaster struck. Brooke Tatnell slowed entering turn three and contact from a competitor broke his front end, sending him toward the infield. Axsom had nowhere to go and smacked into Tatnell, ending the race for both drivers.

Macri inherited the lead and took advantage. Cautions on the restart and on Lap 17 bunched the field together and Macri battled through thick traffic the final half-dozen laps, but he maintained the point for his first career victory at Huset's Speedway.

"Wow, I feel a little winded after that one," he said. "Lappers made it kind of interesting there. I knew I had to stay smart and not mess up too much. It's a small bullring and people can catch you pretty quick. I just tried my hardest to run clean laps and smart laps.

"It's pretty special. We're good friends with (Danny) Lasoski and he's told me stories about this place."

Kerry Madsen earned a runner-up result for the second time in the last three races at the track.

"It was close at the end there," he said. "I started to sniff him the last couple of laps. I probably didn't do what I needed the last lap. It was still a good finish. Good runs like this are just what the doctor ordered for us."

Points leader Kaleb Johnson posted a third-place finish for his division-best third top five of the season.

"The start of the race I was a little worried; we were a little free," he said. "Third place isn't so bad. We'll try again next week."

Mark Dobmeier charged from 13 th to fourth and Andy Pake placed fifth.

Madsen set quick time during qualifying before Macri, Johnson and Dusty Zomer recorded heat race triumphs.

Sullivan earned his first career Huset's Speedway victory by capturing a thrilling Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series 20-lap feature.

Sullivan led the first 14 laps before entering traffic. Dylan Waxdahl, who was committed to the cushion, took the lead in turn two on Lap 15, but Sullivan's patience on the bottom paid off as he reclaimed the top spot in turn four. Waxdahl powered into the lead officially on Lap 16, but two laps later it was Sullivan driving back into first place as he stuck to the bottom groove. He led the final three circuits to become the 11 th different winner in 12 total features at the track this season.

"It was definitely an experience," he said. "That track was fun. I turned 20 today and I'm happy. On the bottom my car just stuck good. I saw Dylan get around me and I had to be more aggressive."

Waxdahl finished second with Shayle Bade advancing from eighth to third. Dillon Bickett was fourth and Dusty Ballenger maneuvered from 10 th to fifth.

The heat races were won by Waxdahl, Jared Jansen, Jacob Peterson and Sullivan with Bayley Ballenger winning the B Main.

Yeigh dominated the 20-lap Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks main event as he led the distance to become the first repeat winner of the season at Huset's Speedway.

"I've been trying, but this is the first one," Yeigh said of winning an event one of his partners sponsored. He was awarded a $3,000 bonus courtesy of Heiman Fire Equipment - his employer and the night's event sponsor - in addition to his winnings. "It's pretty cool."

A pair of cautions within the first five laps was the only thing that kept the competition close to Yeigh, who increased his lead in traffic to more than four seconds before the checkered flag was waved marking his 21 st victory at the track.

Brandon Ferguson, Mike Chaney, Matt Steuerwald and Kyle DeBoer rounded out the top five, respectively.

Yeigh, Ferguson and Billy Prouty were the heat race winners.

The next event at Huset's Speedway is Sunday for Frankman Motor Company Night featuring the Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars, the Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks and the Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series.

HEIMAN FIRE EQUIPMENT NIGHT RESULTS AT HUSET'S SPEEDWAY (June 2, 2024) -

Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 39M-Anthony Macri (4); 2. 55-Kerry Madsen (6); 3. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (5); 4. 13-Mark Dobmeier (13); 5. 64-Andy Pake (1); 6. 95-Tyler Drueke (3); 7. 83-Justin Henderson (7); 8. 3J-Dusty Zomer (9); 9. 83JR-Sam Henderson (10); 10. 24T-Christopher Thram (20); 11. 14H-Scott Winters (15); 12. 09-Matt Juhl (8); 13. 22-Riley Goodno (18); 14. 11M-Brendan Mullen (17); 15. 14T-Tim Estenson (21); 16. 96-Blaine Stegenga (25); 17. 10X-Trevor Serbus (16); 18. 8-Jacob Hughes (12); 19. 5G-Gage Pulkrabek (26); 20. 17G-Lee Goos Jr (19); 21. 74N-Luke Nellis (22); 22. 10J-Justin Jacobsma (24); 23. 22W-Aaron Werner (23); 24. (DNF) 27-Emerson Axsom (2); 25. (DNF) 16-Brooke Tatnell (14); 26. (DNS) 8H-Jade Hastings.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 39M-Anthony Macri (2); 2. 55-Kerry Madsen (4); 3. 83JR-Sam Henderson (1); 4. 16-Brooke Tatnell (5); 5. 64-Andy Pake (3); 6. 14T-Tim Estenson (8); 7. 24T-Christopher Thram (7); 8. 17G-Lee Goos Jr (6); 9. 96-Blaine Stegenga (9).

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (2); 2. 83-Justin Henderson (4); 3. 8-Jacob Hughes (1); 4. 14H-Scott Winters (6); 5. 95-Tyler Drueke (3); 6. 10X-Trevor Serbus (5); 7. 74N-Luke Nellis (7); 8. 10J-Justin Jacobsma (8); 9. 5G-Gage Pulkrabek (9).

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 3J-Dusty Zomer (1); 2. 09-Matt Juhl (2); 3. 13-Mark Dobmeier (5); 4. 27-Emerson Axsom (3); 5. 22-Riley Goodno (7); 6. 11M-Brendan Mullen (6); 7. 22W-Aaron Werner (8); 8. 8H-Jade Hastings (4).

Qualifying (2 Laps): 1. 55-Kerry Madsen, 00:10.910 (1); 2. 83-Justin Henderson, 00:10.933 (9); 3. 8H-Jade Hastings, 00:10.990 (5); 4. 64-Andy Pake, 00:11.036 (4); 5. 95-Tyler Drueke, 00:11.060 (6); 6. 27-Emerson Axsom, 00:11.091 (20); 7. 39M-Anthony Macri, 00:11.110 (13); 8. 22K-Kaleb Johnson, 00:11.146 (17); 9. 09-Matt Juhl, 00:11.213 (11); 10. 83JR-Sam Henderson, 00:11.215 (7); 11. 8-Jacob Hughes, 00:11.238 (3); 12. 3J-Dusty Zomer, 00:11.253 (10); 13. 16-Brooke Tatnell, 00:11.257 (2); 14. 10X-Trevor Serbus, 00:11.315 (8); 15. 13-Mark Dobmeier, 00:11.336 (26); 16. 17G-Lee Goos Jr, 00:11.361 (15); 17. 14H-Scott Winters, 00:11.364 (22); 18. 11M-Brendan Mullen, 00:11.403 (12); 19. 24T-Christopher Thram, 00:11.403 (18); 20. 74N-Luke Nellis, 00:11.497 (16); 21. 22-Riley Goodno, 00:11.566 (14); 22. 14T-Tim Estenson, 00:11.573 (25); 23. 10J-Justin Jacobsma, 00:11.700 (23); 24. 22W-Aaron Werner, 00:11.736 (19); 25. 96-Blaine Stegenga, 00:11.937 (21); 26. 5G-Gage Pulkrabek, 00:12.115 (24).

Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 64-Cory Yeigh (2); 2. 15-Brandon Ferguson (1); 3. 12-Mike Chaney (4); 4. 3-Matt Steuerwald (5); 5. 9-Kyle DeBoer (3); 6. 21-Brett Martin (7); 7. 51-Billy Prouty (8); 8. 71-Zach Olivier (13); 9. 40-Tim Dann (11); 10. 98-Dan Jensen (6); 11. 29Z-Chris Ellingson (12); 12. 55-John Hoing (16); 13. 83-Nick Janssen (15); 14. 86-Tracy Halouska (10); 15. 99-Ryan DeBoer (18); 16. 1X-Aaron Foote (14); 17. (DNF) 2-Shaun Taylor (9); 18. (DNS) 45-Craig Hanisch; 19. (DNS) 33-Garet Deboer.

Fastenal Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 64-Cory Yeigh (2); 2. 98-Dan Jensen (4); 3. 2-Shaun Taylor (5); 4. 86-Tracy Halouska (6); 5. 29Z-Chris Ellingson (7); 6. 1X-Aaron Foote (3); 7. (DNF) 45-Craig Hanisch (1).

Midwest Oil / VP Fuels Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 15-Brandon Ferguson (1); 2. 12-Mike Chaney (3); 3. 40-Tim Dann (6); 4. 21-Brett Martin (4); 5. 71-Zach Olivier (5); 6. 83-Nick Janssen (2).

Midwest Oil / VP Fuels Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 51-Billy Prouty (4); 2. 3-Matt Steuerwald (3); 3. 9-Kyle DeBoer (2); 4. (DNF) 55-John Hoing (5); 5. (DNF) 33-Garet Deboer (6); 6. (DNF) 99-Ryan DeBoer (1).

Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 91-Andrew Sullivan (1); 2. X-Dylan Waxdahl (2); 3. 03-Shayle Bade (8); 4. 17D-Dillon Bickett (3); 5. 2D-Dusty Ballenger (10); 6. 81-Jared Jansen (5); 7. 23-Brandon Bosma (7); 8. 18-Tyler Rabenberg (12); 9. 80P-Jacob Peterson (6); 10. 34DD-Brady Donnohue (14); 11. 28G-Zach Patterson (18); 12. 13MJ-Brandon Halverson (11); 13. 31-Koby Werkmeister (9); 14. 23V-Michalob Voeltz (19); 15. 6B-Bayley Ballenger (17); 16. 18B-Corbin Erickson (16); 17. 32-Trefer Waller (13); 18. 67-Dan Carsrud (15); 19. 3-Jeremiah Jordahl (20); 20. (DNF) 14-Nick Barger (4).

B Feature (10 Laps): 1. 6B-Bayley Ballenger (1); 2. 28G-Zach Patterson (2); 3. 23V-Michalob Voeltz (3); 4. 3-Jeremiah Jordahl (6); 5. 28-Nicholas Winter (7); 6. 9A-Hunter Hanson (9); 7. 57-Kyle Magnuson (4); 8. 62J-Jay Masur (8); 9. (DNS) 19B-Jack Berger; 10. (DNS) 48F-Taylor Forbes; 11. (DNS) 48-Cole Olson.

Gunderson Racing Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. X-Dylan Waxdahl (2); 2. 14-Nick Barger (3); 3. 03-Shayle Bade (5); 4. 32-Trefer Waller (6); 5. 6B-Bayley Ballenger (4); 6. 48F-Taylor Forbes (7); 7. 62J-Jay Masur (1).

Saldana Racing Products Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 81-Jared Jansen (4); 2. 17D-Dillon Bickett (2); 3. 31-Koby Werkmeister (5); 4. 34DD-Brady Donnohue (6); 5. 28G-Zach Patterson (7); 6. 3-Jeremiah Jordahl (1); 7. (DNF) 19B-Jack Berger (3).

Vahlco Wheels Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 80P-Jacob Peterson (4); 2. 18-Tyler Rabenberg (6); 3. 2D-Dusty Ballenger (5); 4. 67-Dan Carsrud (2); 5. 23V-Michalob Voeltz (1); 6. 28-Nicholas Winter (3); 7. 9A-Hunter Hanson (7).

Maxim Chassis Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 91-Andrew Sullivan (1); 2. 23-Brandon Bosma (4); 3. 13MJ-Brandon Halverson (5); 4. 18B-Corbin Erickson (3); 5. 57-Kyle Magnuson (6); 6. (DNF) 48-Cole Olson (2).

2024 HUSET'S SPEEDWAY WEEKLY DIVISION FEATURE WINNERS -

Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars :

Tyler Drueke- 1(May 19); Tim Kaeding - 1 (May 27); Anthony Macri - 1 (June 2); and Daison Pursley - 1 (May 26)

Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks:

Cory Yeigh - 2(May 26 and June 2); Brylee Gough- 1(May 19); and Zach Olivier - 1 (May 27)

Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series:

Dusty Ballenger- 1(May 19); Monty Ferriera - 1 (May 27); Andrew Sullivan - 1 (June 2); and Cole Vanderheiden - 1 (May 26)

UP NEXT -

Sunday for Frankman Motor Company Night featuring the Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars, the Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks and the Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series

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Steven Snyder Jr Snags POWRi Outlaw Micro PA KKM Challenge Championship Night Win

Newmanstown, PA. (6/1/24) Steven Snyder Jr would use patience and precision to pocket the $10K Championship Night payday to win his second straight yearly installment of the Keith Kunz Motorsports Challenge presented by Start2Finish TV and claim his third seasonal victory with the POWRi Non-Wing Outlaw Micro League at the outstanding hosting Clyde-Martin Memorial Speedway.

Going through a determined field of fifty-six entries on the championship night of the POWRi Outlaw Non-Wing Micro division in the KKM Challenge would find Bradley Brown set the quick hot lap time of non-lock-ins with a time of 11.115-seconds. Bradley Brown and Kole Kirkman would each emerge victorious semi-features with Bubba Hughes gaining the C-feature win.

Flying onto the smooth Clyde-Martin Memorial Speedway surface for Championship Night racing for the final night of the Pennsylvania Keith Kunz Motorsports Challenge presented by Start2Finish TV would see Steven Snyder Jr win the ‘King of the Clyde’ dash to earn the feature event pole-starting position.



Bringing the initial field to green would find each prelim night winner Steven Snyder Jr and Alex Bright pacing the field as the green flag flew with Snyder taking the early on-track advantages over Bright only to witness Alex Bright stick to the top of the track and overtake for the lead on the second lap.

Keeping momentum on the top shelf of “The Clyde”, Alex Bright would lead over the slimmest of margins of Steven Snyder Jr with Christian Bruno clinging close behind as Thomas Kunsman Jr and Jake Andreotti rounded out the early contending top five.

Occurring lap traffic around the mid-race point, Bright would continue to lead the top-five separating pack with Kole Kirkman, Jacob Severn, Neal Allison, Gunnar Pio, and Chelby Hinton battled inside the running top ten as the first caution waved on lap eighteen.

Restarting with the POWRi Chose-Cone in play as leading Alex Bright elected the low line as second-running Steven Snyder Jr went to the top shelf with Bright declaring the lead emphatically over Snyder, Kunsman, Bruno, and Kirkman.

Overtaking for the top spot on lap twenty-six, Steven Snyder Jr would wait until the perfect time to ride the slider line into the lead as Alex Bright maintained the second position with Christian Bruno, Thomas Kunsman Jr, and the hard-charging Kyle Spence closing late.

Setting the stage for late-race dramatics, caution would wave with less than five laps remaining, Steven Snyder Jr would not be denied and hold steady up front for his eighth career POWRi Non-Wing Outlaw Micro victory as one-time leader Alex Bright would finish in the closely contended second spot with Kyle Spence advancing nineteen positions to finalize the podium placements.

“We were just so even and I didn’t know what I could do to catch Alex. In the last half I started getting a rhythm and whatever clicked in the final tens laps it just made me faster.” said the delighted Steven Snyder Jr in the Clyde-Martin Memorial Speedway victory lane for Championship Night of the PA KKM Challenge. Adding, “It’s great to have people behind me that I can trust and that gives me the confidence I need just to get out there and drive”.

Driving from starting sixteenth, Briggs Danner would place fourth as Kole Kirkman rounded out the top-five finishers in the POWRi Outlaw Micro League feature in Championship Night of the Keith Kunz Motorsports Challenge presented by Start2Finish TV at Clyde-Martin Memorial Speedway.

POWRi Non-Wing Outlaw Micro | KKM Challenge Championship Night| 6/1/24:

Eibach Racing Quick Non-Lock In Hot Lap Time: 23-Bradley Brown(11.115)

Victory Fuel C-Feature Winner: 3-Bubba Hughes

Hyper Racing Semi-Feature One Winner: 23-Bradley Brown

Max Papis Innovations Semi-Feature Two Winner: 22K-Kole Kirkman

Rush Race Gear ‘King of the Clyde’ Dash Winner: 21S-Steven Snyder Jr

Hoosier Racing Tire Hard Charger: 25K-Kyle Spence

Eibach Racing Feature Winner: 21S-Steven Snyder Jr

Eibach Racing Eibach Racing A Feature (35 Laps): 1. 21S-Steven Snyder Jr[1]; 2. 20-Alex Bright[2]; 3. 25K-Kyle Spence[22]; 4. 99-Briggs Danner[16]; 5. 22K-Kole Kirkman[10]; 6. 95-Brian Carber[20]; 7. 29-Brent Shearer[8]; 8. 3B-Dallas Damask[24]; 9. 15N-Neal Allison[18]; 10. 21-Mason Beinhower[14]; 11. 95H-Chelby Hinton[13]; 12. 95B-James Roselli[6]; 13. 2B-Bubba Hughes[23]; 14. 5-Christian Bruno[3]; 15. 21K-Thomas Kunsman Jr[4]; 16. 7L-Chase Layser[17]; 17. 99B-Robbie Smith[15]; 18. 78-Zak Gorski[19]; 19. 29A-Jake Andreotti[5]; 20. 50-Jacob Severn[12]; 21. 28P-Gunnar Pio[11]; 22. 5J-Braden Jones[7]; 23. 23-Bradley Brown[9]; 24. 25-Kenneth Beinhower III[21].

Hyper Racing Hyper Racing B Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 23-Bradley Brown[1]; 2. 28P-Gunnar Pio[2]; 3. 95H-Chelby Hinton[3]; 4. 99B-Robbie Smith[13]; 5. 7L-Chase Layser[4]; 6. 78-Zak Gorski[9]; 7. 25-Kenneth Beinhower III[15]; 8. 2B-Bubba Hughes[17]; 9. 08-Dominic Schmidt[11]; 10. 12J-Brecken Reese[5]; 11. 11Z-Kyle Lick[7]; 12. 2L-Luke Hess[19]; 13. 95M-Paige Moss[20]; 14. 14-Jason Swavely[10]; 15. 12M-James Morris[6]; 16. 5A-Alex Ruppert[12]; 17. 32H-Wayne Scott[18]; 18. 24W-Zack Weisenfluh[16]; 19. 8-TJ Stark[8]; 20. 9X-Connor Mirabelli[14].

Max Papis Innovations MPI B Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 22K-Kole Kirkman[1]; 2. 50-Jacob Severn[3]; 3. 21-Mason Beinhower[12]; 4. 99-Briggs Danner[8]; 5. 15N-Neal Allison[2]; 6. 95-Brian Carber[5]; 7. 25K-Kyle Spence[7]; 8. 3B-Dallas Damask[6]; 9. 71B-Brian Kramer[9]; 10. 98-Matthew Warner[13]; 11. 2D-Cole Dewease[10]; 12. 74-Robby Brockman[11]; 13. 15D-Matthew Donley[15]; 14. 91-Nate Freed[17]; 15. 10-Mason Peters[18]; 16. 126-Autumn Criste[4]; 17. 16-Logan Dontonville[16]; 18. 5H-Haylee Papp[19]; 19. 12-Jeffrey Newell[14]; 20. 88-Billy Calvert[20].

Victory Fuel Victory Fuel C Feature (12 Laps): 1. 2B-Bubba Hughes[4]; 2. 91-Nate Freed[3]; 3. 32H-Wayne Scott[6]; 4. 10-Mason Peters[7]; 5. 2L-Luke Hess[11]; 6. 5H-Haylee Papp[9]; 7. 95M-Paige Moss[5]; 8. 88-Billy Calvert[10]; 9. 30-Jack Fraser[13]; 10. 16X-Marty Brian[14]; 11. 26-Corbin Rueschenberg[1]; 12. 62-Jacob Lynch[8]; 13. (DNS) 14C-Connor Gross; 14. (DNS) 11H-Holden Eckman; 15. (DNS) 22-Nathan Prazenica; 16. (DNS) 21G-Geoff Federspiel.

Rush Race Gear King of the Clyde: 1. 21S-Steven Snyder Jr[1]; 2. 20-Alex Bright[2]; 3. 5-Christian Bruno[3]; 4. 21K-Thomas Kunsman Jr[5]; 5. 29A-Jake Andreotti[4]; 6. 95B-James Roselli[7]; 7. 5J-Braden Jones[6]; 8. 29-Brent Shearer[8].

For additional information including times, prices, point fund, support divisions, payouts, updates, the broadcast schedule, yearly agenda, and full format of the KKM Challenge events visit http://www.powri.com/kkm/.

Winners of the $10K-to-win finale events at each of the KKM Challenge Races will receive automatic entry into the “Challenge Champions Dash” at the KKM Giveback Classic at Port City Raceway on October 19th, with that winner earning automatic entry into the King of Port pole-shuffle and prized starting position in the Non-Wing Outlaw feature event for the KKM Giveback Classic.

For more information about Keith Kunz Motorsports and their racing endeavors, visit their website at www.keithkunzmotorsports.com. Also, follow the Keith Kunz Motorsports pages on leading social media platforms.



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 Santos Tops Battle Of The Bobbys In Lancaster Must See Run

LANCASTER, N.Y. (June 1, 2024) – The “Bobby and Bobby Show” Saturday night at Lancaster Motorplex was decided by a mid-race caution flag and a wild restart battle.

After polesitter Bobby Komisarski led the first half of the 30-lap Must See Racing Perfit Sprint Car Series feature at the New York half-mile, a restart forced by the slowing car of Kevin Mingus led to one of the most entertaining duels in series history.

Lining up Komisarski on the inside of the front row with asphalt kingpin Bobby Santos III to his right flank, the pair of Bobbys raced as deep as possible into turn one when the green flag waved on lap 16 in an effort to make the other one blink.

The duo stayed side-by-side for an entire lap, then swapped lanes in turn one on lap 17 and repeated the dance before Santos finally edged clear and took the lead for good.

From there, Santos held off a late charge from Canadian superstar Aaron Willison to claim the $5,000 winner’s prize in the No. 22a Classic Corvettes/BMRS-sponsored, DJ Racing-prepared Beast Chassis.

It was Santos’ ninth career Must See Racing sprint car victory and his second in a row, after topping the season opener back on May 18 at Michigan’s Berlin Raceway.

“That was tough, both in the middle and at the end,” said Santos in victory lane. “That 50 car has been the model of [asphalt] winged sprint car racing for a long time now, and then putting someone as talented as Aaron Willison in it is a scary thing. He was coming there at the end, but we had a good race car and were able to hang on to it.

“[Komisarski] was on his A-game tonight, also, so props to him,” Santos added. “He gave me a really good battle there on the restart, and I pushed him just hard enough on the outside that he opened the door an inch on the inside to where we could take advantage. Without that restart, though, he might have had us tonight. His day is coming, for sure.”

With an eight-car inversion putting Komisarski and reigning rookie-of-the-year Mingus on the front row, a dead-even start allowed Komisarski to clear to the lead and begin to put down quick laps in clean air.

Though Santos got to second at the end of the first lap, he quickly found that the dirty air off of Komisarski’s blue No. 7 left him struggling to find a way past as a green-flag run broke out.

Every time Santos would take a peek for the lead, Komisarski moved to cover the opening, allowing the Dayton, Ohio, driver to lead the first 15 laps before Mingus’ No. Z10 lost power in turn one.

That forced the race’s only caution and led to the restart scramble that Santos eventually prevailed in.

Willison, who was wheeling Dick Myers’ potent No. 50m, got to second with 11 laps left and had a bullet underneath him. He cut down Santos’ lead from a second-and-a-half to just car lengths at the white flag.

He ran out of time and real estate, however, to make a move for the win and had to settle for second.

“One or two more laps, and I think we might have gotten him,” said Willison. “It was such a pleasure to drive this 50m for Dick Myers; he put together a rocket tonight. It was rolling really well. It’s a shame that track position got the best of us at the end, but we had fun driving up through the field.”

Komisarski rounded out the podium with a career-best finish, followed by Davey Hamilton Jr. in fourth and fast-timer Joe Liguori in fifth.

Liguori kicked off the program by setting a new qualifying track record of 15.253 seconds ( mph) around the half-mile oval, the ninth fast time of his Must See Racing career.

Rick Holley and Hamilton won their respective eight-lap heat races prior to the main event.

The Must See Racing Perfit Sprint Car Series season continues Saturday, June 15 at the three-eighths-mile Plymouth (Ind.) Speedway, where Hamilton won last year’s event.

The results:

Qualifying (best of two laps): Joe Liguori, 68, Rudolph-15.253; 2. Aaron Willison, 50m, Myers-15.291; 3. Ryan Litt, 07, Litt-15.510; 4. Davey Hamilton Jr., 14, Morgan-15.564; 5. John Inman, 59x, FiveNine-15.742; 6. Bobby Santos III, 22a, Fieler-15.849; 7. Kevin Mingus, Z10, Mingus-15.920; 8. Bobby Komisarski, 7, Fogle-15.949; 9. Rick Holley, 85, Holley-16.424; 10. Justin Harper, 81, Blake-16.596, 11. Joe Speakman, 72s, Speakman-NT (broken driveline).

UEM Heat #1 (8 laps, all transfer): 1. Rick Holley, 2. Bobby Komisarski, 3. Bobby Santos III, 4. Kevin Mingus, 5. Justin Harper, 6. Joe Speakman (DNS). [2:16.128]

JE Pistons Heat #2 (8 laps, all transfer): 1. Davey Hamilton Jr., 2. Aaron Willison, 3. Ryan Litt, 4. Joe Liguori, 5. John Inman. [2:07.232]

Perfit Feature (30 laps): 1. 22a-Bobby Santos III [3], 2. 50m-Aaron Willison [7], 3. 7-Bobby Komisarski [1], 4. 14-Davey Hamilton Jr. [5], 5. 68-Joe Liguori [8], 6. 59x-John Inman [4], 7. 07-Ryan Litt [6], 8. Z10-Kevin Mingus [2], 9. 81-Justin Harper [10], 10. 85-Rick Holley [9], 11. 72s-Joe Speakman (DNS).

Lap Leader(s): Bobby Komisarski 1-16, Bobby Santos III 17-30.

Hard Charger: 50m-Aaron Willison (+5)

 

 

Kalib Henry gets thrilling last corner pass for Fremont 410 win; Jamie Miller earns 3rd 305 victory; Valenti gets 75th career Fremont win in trucks

Saturday, June 1, 2024

By Brian Liskai

FREMONT, Ohio (Saturday, June 1, 2024) – Kalib Henry executed a last lap, last corner pass to win his first ever 410 sprint car feature at Fremont Speedway Presented by Gill Construction Saturday on Vision Quest/Construction Equipment and Supply Night.

Henry, from Sacramento, California, thought he had shown his hand too early when he drove to the outside of turns three and four to take the lead from Zeth Sabo with just four laps to go. Sabo, who had been running the bottom groove, drove back under in turns one and two and regained the lead and immediately went to the top side to block Henry. Entering the final set of turns on the last lap, Sabo went back to the bottom to try and get around a lapped car and Henry sailed across the top and the drag race to the checkers had both cars colliding with Henry winning by .123 seconds with Sabo seconds with a broken front axle.

“Turn one has kind of been my nemesis since we’ve been racing here and I left the door open a little bit there because I just missed the bottom and he was there. I can’t leave these guys an inch. I can’t thank Muth family enough, Harrison Distributing, Valvoline components. Thanks to the fans, my family back home, Kevin for giving me a hot rod…we’ve just been clicking at it and we finally got a win. Damn it that was awesome,” said Henry.

DJ Foos bolted from third to the lead on the opening lap of the Fort Ball Pizza Palace 410 Sprint A-main but during a caution on lap seven, had a left rear tire going flat and had to pit, handing the lead to Sabo. Sabo pulled away from a great battle for second involving Travis Philo, Henry and Sean Rayhall. Henry took the runner-up spot in lapped traffic at the halfway point. Following a caution on lap 20, Henry stayed right with Sabo and executed the high side pass on lap 26 with Sabo driving back under to the lead at the opposite end of the track, setting up the dramatic finish.

Behind Henry and Sabo at the checkers was 10th starter Cale Thomas, Cap Henry and 19th starter Trey Jacobs to round out the top five.

Thomas, who won Friday at Attica Raceway Park, will add to his lead in the All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads/Kistler Racing Products Attica Fremont Championship Series Presented by the Baumann Auto Group.

Fremont, Ohio’s Jamie Miller also utilized the high side of turns three and four to take the lead from Dustin Stroup in the 25-lap Fremont Federal Credit Union 305 Sprint feature and sliced through heavy lapped traffic late to score his third win of the season in the division. Miller, who also owns three wins in 2024 at Attica, now has 50 career victories at Fremont Speedway.

Zack Kramer took the initial lead in the 305 A-main with Paul Weaver, Stroup and Miller giving chase. Stroup had a nearly two second lead by lap seven when Miller, who started fifth, drove into second. Miller steadily chipped away at Stroup’s lead and pounced on lap 15 and drove to the win over Stroup, Bryan Sebetto, Weaver and Kramer.

The win also pads Miller’s lead in the NAPA of Bryan Attica Fremont Championship Series Presented by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales as he looks to stop the four season title run by Weaver.

“I could go anywhere I wanted to but that high side in three and four just was comfortable. What a weekend for this team,” said Miller beside his Boca Construction, JLH General Contractors, Kenny Kolb Farms, Tuck Pointing America, Queen of Clean, Smitty’s Pizza, Roberts & Sons Contracting, Pizza Wheel, Crown Battery, Reedtown Tavern, Fostoria Mod Shop, Sandy’s Dad, Gressman Powersports, Phil Rister, Slade Shock Technology backed #26.

Steve Miller grabbed the early lead of the 20-lap Burmeister Trophy Dirt Truck A-main with Shawn Valenti, Brad Stuckey, Dan Hennig, Cory McCaughey and Keith Sorg in pursuit. Every time Miller built up a sizeable lead a caution would put Valenti right on his rear bumper. Following a restart on lap 11, Valenti blasted to the top side of the track to take the lead with Sorg moving into second. The truck on the move was Jamie Miller who hoped in the Ron Miller truck for the feature after his normal ride had a mechanical issue. Miller started last in the feature and was up to third by lap 14.

Valenti seemed to have things in control when a caution came out for debris with just two laps to go. That put Jamie Miller right on the leader’s rear bumper. On the restart Valenti went high and Miller low as they raced side by side to the white flag. Valenti, a four time truck champion at Fremont, nailed the top line in turns three and four on the final lap to score his 75th career win at Fremont over Jamie Miller, Sorg, Dustin Keegan and Dave Golembiewski.

“You go on a dry spell and you wonder if you’re ever going to get back up here. Only fitting…hopefully we have a new truck out. It’s fitting this one goes out the way it came in. I have to thank Jeff Babcock for everything he’s done for me,” said Valenti beside his Craig Miller Trucking, Conrad Transportation, Dave Story Equipment, A Plus Auto Center, Concrete Material Supply, S&S Hauling and Excavating backed #7B.

Prior to the night’s racing the Fremont Speedway Hall of Fame held its 2024 induction ceremonies. Drivers inducted were Clay Corbitt, Bobby Clark, Bill Kraylek, Bobby Foster and Tom Beam with car owners Sharon Burmeister, Gary Heller and Dick “Soup” Sabo also inducted. Builders/mechanics being inducted were Rollie Alvers, Zane Scott and Lester Miller with lifetime contributors/supporters Joe Darr and Stan Barnes with Fort Ball Pizza Palace honored as the business inductee.

Fremont Speedway will be back in action Saturday, June 8 for night #2 of the 42nd Annual Ohio Sprint Speedweek with the Ti22 Performance FAST on Dirt Series in town with the field going for $10,000 to win. Ohio Sprint Speedweek will feature nine straight nights of racing across Ohio. The 305 sprints and dirt trucks will also be in competition.

All events at Fremont Speedway Presented by Gill Construction in 2024 will be streamed on DirtVision. Keep up to date with Fremont Speedway by going to www.fremontohspeedway.com or on Facebook at www.facebook/FremontSpeedway or on Twitter at https://twitter.com/FremontSpeedway or follow on My Race Pass at www.myracepass.com

About Gill Construction – https://kgcpc.com

Owned and operated by Ray Brooks, and headquartered in nearby Port Clinton, Ohio, Gill Construction specializes in an array of land and water services, utilizing over five decades of experience to build an extensive repertoire which includes site excavation, site utilities, demolition, trenching, and marina service. Gill Construction boasts a dynamic, diverse, and experienced workforce, guaranteed to perform and complete any task with the utmost customer satisfaction.

About Construction Equipment & Supply (http://ces-co.net/)

With locations in Fremont and Sandusky, Construction Equipment and Supply makes it easy to complete commercial and private jobs! Visit their showrooms for options and products for renting and buying along with keeping up to date on new pieces of equipment they offer. Don’t forget about their service department that can be onsite or at one of their shops. Annual inspections and end-user training available. Construction Equipment & Supply was founded in Sandusky, Ohio in 1996 and has grown to be the largest construction equipment and supply company in Erie County. In 2022, CES grew to second location in Fremont, Ohio. Stop in to Construction Equipment and Supply or call (419) 625-7192 for help with your next construction supply or rental need.

About Vision Quest

Located in downtown Elmore, Ohio Vision Quest provides textile screen printing and embroidery along with digitally printed vinyl signs and graphics. Vision Quest is a long time supporter of Fremont Speedway! Pick up a t-shirt or sweatshirt under the grandstands designed and printed by Vision Quest and remember to shop local and support those who support local dirt track racing!

Fremont Speedway

Presented by Gill Construction

Saturday, June 1, 2024

410 Sprints – Fort Ball Pizza Palace

A Feature 30 Laps

1. 101-Kalib Henry[6]; 2. 29-Zeth Sabo[4]; 3. 23-Cale Thomas[10]; 4. 33W-Cap Henry[12]; 5. 9-Trey Jacobs[19]; 6. 5T-Travis Philo[5]; 7. 14-Sean Rayhall[1]; 8. 19-TJ Michael[7]; 9. 4S-Tyler Street[2]; 10. 35-Stuart Brubaker[16]; 11. 16-DJ Foos[3]; 12. X-Mike Keegan[11]; 13. 2+-Brian Smith[15]; 14. 5-Kody Brewer[9]; 15. 15C-Chris Andrews[13]; 16. 12-Luke Griffith[20]; 17. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[18]; 18. 75-Jerry Dahms[14]; 19. 16E-Caleb Erwin[17]; 20. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[22]; 21. 98-Robert Robenalt[21]; 22. 28M-Conner Morrell[8]

Heat 1 8 Laps

1. 14-Sean Rayhall[1]; 2. 19-TJ Michael[2]; 3. 28M-Conner Morrell[3]; 4. 23-Cale Thomas[8]; 5. 15C-Chris Andrews[4]; 6. 35-Stuart Brubaker[6]; 7. 9-Trey Jacobs[5]; 8. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[7]

Heat 2 8 Laps

1. 5T-Travis Philo[3]; 2. 101-Kalib Henry[4]; 3. 5-Kody Brewer[2]; 4. X-Mike Keegan[5]; 5. 75-Jerry Dahms[7]; 6. 16E-Caleb Erwin[6]; 7. 12-Luke Griffith[1]

Heat 3 8 Laps

1. 16-DJ Foos[1]; 2. 4S-Tyler Street[2]; 3. 29-Zeth Sabo[3]; 4. 33W-Cap Henry[4]; 5. 2+-Brian Smith[5]; 6. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[6]; 7. 98-Robert Robenalt[7]

Qualifying

1. 15C-Chris Andrews, 00:12.844[14]; 2. 101-Kalib Henry, 00:12.963[6]; 3. 33W-Cap Henry, 00:13.004[10]; 4. 28M-Conner Morrell, 00:13.055[3]; 5. 5T-Travis Philo, 00:13.133[12]; 6. 29-Zeth Sabo, 00:13.136[15]; 7. 19-TJ Michael, 00:13.186[16]; 8. 5-Kody Brewer, 00:13.200[2]; 9. 4S-Tyler Street, 00:13.204[13]; 10. 14-Sean Rayhall, 00:13.235[11]; 11. 12-Luke Griffith, 00:13.460[1]; 12. 16-DJ Foos, 00:13.473[17]; 13. 9-Trey Jacobs, 00:13.489[20]; 14. X-Mike Keegan, 00:13.543[19]; 15. 2+-Brian Smith, 00:13.546[4]; 16. 35-Stuart Brubaker, 00:13.636[8]; 17. 16E-Caleb Erwin, 00:13.977[9]; 18. 20I-Kelsey Ivy, 00:14.165[18]; 19. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr, 00:14.288[22]; 20. 75-Jerry Dahms, 00:14.440[7]; 21. 98-Robert Robenalt, 00:14.591[5]; 22. 23-Cale Thomas, 00:14.603[21]

305 Sprints – Fremont Federal Credit Union

A Feature 1 25 Laps

1. 26M-Jamie Miller[5]; 2. 12X-Dustin Stroup[4]; 3. 01-Bryan Sebetto[6]; 4. 1W-Paul Weaver[1]; 5. 8K-Zack Kramer[2]; 6. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[3]; 7. 2-Brendan Torok[9]; 8. 19R-Steve Rando[10]; 9. 7M-Brandon Moore[11]; 10. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[7]; 11. 5JR-Jimmy Mcgrath[15]; 12. 9R-Logan Riehl[14]; 13. X15-Kasey Ziebold[8]; 14. 3M-Logan Mongeau[18]; 15. 0-Bradley Bateson[19]; 16. 36-Seth Schneider[16]; 17. 18-Kelsey Ivy[17]; 18. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[20]; 19. 26-Lee Sommers[13]; 20. 4X-Bobby Clark[12]

B Feature 1 10 Laps

1. 36-Seth Schneider[1]; 2. 18-Kelsey Ivy[5]; 3. 3M-Logan Mongeau[6]; 4. 0-Bradley Bateson[4]; 5. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[7]; 6. 63-Randy Ruble[9]; 7. 39M-Bobby Foster[8]; 8. 78-Austin Black[3]; 9. 8-Jim Leaser[10]; 10. 51M-Haldon Miller[2]; 11. 98-Dave Hoppes[12]; 12. (DNS) 3X-Blayne Keckler

Heat 1 8 Laps

1. 01-Bryan Sebetto[4]; 2. 26M-Jamie Miller[2]; 3. 8K-Zack Kramer[1]; 4. 19R-Steve Rando[3]; 5. 26-Lee Sommers[5]; 6. 36-Seth Schneider[6]; 7. 18-Kelsey Ivy[8]; 8. 39M-Bobby Foster[9]; 9. 3X-Blayne Keckler[7]

Heat 2 8 Laps

1. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[1]; 2. 1W-Paul Weaver[4]; 3. X15-Kasey Ziebold[2]; 4. 7M-Brandon Moore[5]; 5. 9R-Logan Riehl[3]; 6. 78-Austin Black[9]; 7. 3M-Logan Mongeau[7]; 8. 63-Randy Ruble[8]; 9. 51M-Haldon Miller[6]

Heat 3 8 Laps

1. 12X-Dustin Stroup[2]; 2. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[1]; 3. 2-Brendan Torok[4]; 4. 4X-Bobby Clark[5]; 5. 5JR-Jimmy Mcgrath[3]; 6. 0-Bradley Bateson[6]; 7. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[7]; 8. 8-Jim Leaser[8]; 9. 98-Dave Hoppes[9]

Qualifying

1. 01-Bryan Sebetto, 00:13.717[14]; 2. 1W-Paul Weaver, 00:14.008[13]; 3. 2-Brendan Torok, 00:14.106[1]; 4. 19R-Steve Rando, 00:14.142[15]; 5. 9R-Logan Riehl, 00:14.152[6]; 6. 5JR-Jimmy Mcgrath, 00:14.188[24]; 7. 26M-Jamie Miller, 00:14.222[9]; 8. X15-Kasey Ziebold, 00:14.258[4]; 9. 12X-Dustin Stroup, 00:14.259[26]; 10. 8K-Zack Kramer, 00:14.344[7]; 11. 5DD-Dustin Dinan, 00:14.353[8]; 12. 10TS-Tyler Schiets, 00:14.362[5]; 13. 26-Lee Sommers, 00:14.405[11]; 14. 7M-Brandon Moore, 00:14.523[10]; 15. 4X-Bobby Clark, 00:14.528[12]; 16. 36-Seth Schneider, 00:14.536[3]; 17. 51M-Haldon Miller, 00:14.550[19]; 18. 0-Bradley Bateson, 00:14.554[16]; 19. 3X-Blayne Keckler, 00:14.617[18]; 20. 3M-Logan Mongeau, 00:14.617[20]; 21. 2S-Jackson Sebetto, 00:14.834[27]; 22. 18-Kelsey Ivy, 00:14.853[22]; 23. 63-Randy Ruble, 00:14.881[23]; 24. 8-Jim Leaser, 00:14.903[21]; 25. 39M-Bobby Foster, 00:14.941[17]; 26. 78-Austin Black, 00:14.992[25]; 27. 98-Dave Hoppes, 00:15.420[2]

Dirt Trucks – Burmeister Trophy

A Feature 20 Laps

1. 7B-Shawn Valenti[5]; 2. 4M-Jamie Miller[20]; 3. 8-Keith Sorg[6]; 4. 17X-Dustin Keegan[11]; 5. P51-Dave Golembiewski[7]; 6. 32H-Dan Hennig[3]; 7. 88-Cory McCaughey[2]; 8. 7X-Dana Frey[13]; 9. 5S-Bradley Stuckey[1]; 10. 1M-Scott Milligan[9]; 11. 7XP-Cyle Poole[17]; 12. 18S-Randy Swiecicki[15]; 13. 28-Cody Laird[10]; 14. 95-Steve Miller[4]; 15. 9-Curt Inks[8]; 16. 34-Todd Warnick[12]; 17. 9S-Tony Parker[14]; 18. 3B-Kaydin Bailey[18]; 19. (DNS) 8W-Allen White; 20. (DNS) 26-Kyle Lagrou

Heat 1 8 Laps

1. 7B-Shawn Valenti[2]; 2. 95-Steve Miller[3]; 3. 9-Curt Inks[1]; 4. 28-Cody Laird[4]; 5. 7X-Dana Frey[5]; 6. 8W-Allen White[6]

Heat 2 8 Laps

1. 32H-Dan Hennig[4]; 2. P51-Dave Golembiewski[2]; 3. 5S-Bradley Stuckey[3]; 4. 17X-Dustin Keegan[5]; 5. 9S-Tony Parker[6]; 6. 7XP-Cyle Poole[7]; 7. 26-Kyle Lagrou[1]

Heat 3 8 Laps

1. 8-Keith Sorg[3]; 2. 88-Cory McCaughey[2]; 3. 1M-Scott Milligan[4]; 4. 34-Todd Warnick[1]; 5. 18S-Randy Swiecicki[5]; 6. 3B-Kaydin Bailey[6]; 7. (DNS) 4M-Jamie Miller

Qualifying 1

1. 95-Steve Miller, 00:17.666[6]; 2. 32H-Dan Hennig, 00:17.890[11]; 3. 8-Keith Sorg, 00:17.913[2]; 4. 7B-Shawn Valenti, 00:18.119[4]; 5. 5S-Bradley Stuckey, 00:18.153[7]; 6. 4M-Jamie Miller, 00:18.190[15]; 7. 9-Curt Inks, 00:18.358[12]; 8. P51-Dave Golembiewski, 00:18.435[20]; 9. 88-Cory McCaughey, 00:18.459[17]; 10. 35-Ron Miller, 00:18.594[8]; 11. 26-Kyle Lagrou, 00:18.659[18]; 12. 34-Todd Warnick, 00:18.679[3]; 13. 28-Cody Laird, 00:18.818[10]; 14. 17X-Dustin Keegan, 00:18.845[13]; 15. 1M-Scott Milligan, 00:19.136[9]; 16. 7X-Dana Frey, 00:19.151[14]; 17. 9S-Tony Parker, 00:19.484[5]; 18. 18S-Randy Swiecicki, 00:19.683[16]; 19. 8W-Allen White, 00:20.510[19]; 20. 7XP-Cyle Poole, 00:20.571[1]; 21. 3B-Kaydin Bailey, 00:21.275[21]

 

 

WESTBROOK, COSTA, BEAGLE, AND RILEY TAKE SIX NATIONS COMMUNITY NIGHT WINS AT OHSWEKEN

Article Credit: Brent Otchere

OHSWEKEN, Ont. (May 31, 2024) – Six Nations Bingo & Aecon-Six Nations presented Six Nations Community Night on Friday at Ohsweken Speedway; Dylan Westbrook, Jesse Costa, Ryan Beagle, Alex Riley took A-Main wins.

Kool Kidz-Corr/Pak 360 Sprint Cars
Josh Hansen started on pole alongside Shone Evans to take the green flag for the 25 lap 360 Sprint Car A-Main. Hansen led the first three laps until a caution appeared due to a pileup in turn one. Opening night winner Dylan Westbrook took advantage of the situation by quickly seizing the second position after the restart.

Westbrook pulled off a daring crossover on Hansen, becoming the new race leader on lap 13. The second half of the race was a battle of attrition due to multiple caution flags, negating Westbrook’s lead over the field each time. The veteran driver endured the setbacks, securing his second victory in a row to start the Ohsweken season. Nick Sheridan crossed the finish line in second, followed by Ryan Turner in third, Hansen fourth, and Mike Bowman fifth.

Strickland’s Crate Sprint Cars
Lance Erskine and Caleb Wood brought the 28 car field to the green flag for the 20 lap Crate Sprint Car A-Main. The start saw an immediate red flag thrown due to Ken Hamilton flipping on the exit of turn one. Hamilton was unharmed but the damage to his car was too severe to continue. Erskine had a short-lived lead after a restart as a caution came out on just the third lap of action. Jesse Costa seized the opportunity, performing a great restart and snatching the lead away from Erskine. Costa checked out while a battle for second was brewing between Erskine, Brett Stratford, and Wood, all three putting on an entertaining display of race craft. A dramatic green-white-checker finished ensued due to a late-race caution. Stratford gave a last-minute Hail Mary for the lead, but it was not enough as Costa sailed past the checkered flag first. Stratford crossed the line next in second, with Brent Begolo following him in third, Erskine fourth, and Mack DeMan fifth.

Middleport Mechanical Thunder Stocks
Ryan Beagle started on pole with Ron Loggie next to him for the 20 lap Thunder Stock A-Main. From the start of the race, it was the Beagle show; he put a convincing lead over the field, quickly cementing himself as the one to watch for a victory. A succession of cautions could not stop Beagle’s progress.

Despite the Thunder Stock Class being an incredibly competitive group of drivers, Beagle ended up leading every lap and won the race convincingly. Rounding out the top five were Kyle Wert in second, Loggie third, Zach Bleich fourth, and Trevor DeBoer fifth.

HRW Automotive Mini Stocks
The front row of the grid featured Jason Tolton and Ken Hair to begin the 15 lap Mini Stock A-Main. The race opened with a caution flag in turn one due Rogan Monaghan spinning to a stop after receiving contact. Hair, Gillian Hils, and Jeff Elsliger took turns leading the race until a caution came out due to Tim DeBoer colliding into the back stretch wall head on. The crash caused major damage, possibly retiring the car for the rest of the season. Most importantly however, DeBoer was unharmed in the accident.

Elsliger brought the field back to green with Hils quickly challenging while Alex Riley caught up to the two dueling leaders. A late-race caution came out due Mike Sarantakos spinning out in turn two. The race resumed with a two lap dash to the finish, which saw Riley take over the lead from Elsliger and taking the win. Riley was all smiles as he claimed his second victory in a row. Next to cross the finish line were Elsliger in second, Matt Nuell third, Nick Erskine fourth, and Hils fifth.

Up Next at Ohsweken Speedway
Braemar Buildings & Plazek Auto Recyclers present Touch-a-Truck and Tractor Night on Friday, June 7 featuring the Kool Kidz-Corr/Pak 360 Sprint Cars, Strickland’s Crate Sprint Cars, Middleport Mechanical Thunder Stocks, and HRW Automotive Mini Stocks. Visit www.ohswekenspeedway.ca for more information.

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Ohsweken Speedway Statistical Report
Friday, May 31, 2024
Ohsweken, Ontario, Canada
Six Nations Bingo & Aecon-Six Nations
Total Entries: 119
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Kool Kidz-Corr/Pak 360 Sprint Cars (25 Entries)

A-Main [Started] 25 laps – NT
1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[6]; 2. 45-Nick Sheridan[11]; 3. 15-Ryan Turner[23]; 4. 88H-Josh Hansen[1]; 5. 71-Mike Bowman[9]; 6. 12DD-Darren Dryden[12]; 7. 5-DJ Christie[4]; 8. 68-Aaron Turkey[3]; 9. 9-Liam Martin[24]; 10. 0-Glenn Styres[15]; 11. 19D-Allan Downey[8]; 12. 1-Lynton Jeffrey[5]; 13. 7-Eric Gledhill[10]; 14. 77T-Tyeller Powless[21]; 15. 70MM-Dale Curran[7]; 16. 46-Kevin Pauls[19]; 17. 87X-Shone Evans[2]; 18. 21-John Burbridge Jr[22]; 19. 84-Mike Lichty[20]; 20. 17X-Cory Turner[16]; 21. (DNF) 90-Travis Cunningham[14]; 22. (DNF) 11-Jamie Turner[13]; 23. (DNF) 21K-Kyle Phillips[18]; 24. (DNF) 10C-Cole MacDonald[17]
Hard Charger – Ryan Turner +20

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – 1:53.039
1. 1. 88H-Josh Hansen[6]; 2. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[5]; 3. 70MM-Dale Curran[4]; 4. 11-Jamie Turner[3]; 5. 90-Travis Cunningham[8]; 6. 46-Kevin Pauls[2]; 7. 10C-Cole MacDonald[7]; 8. (DNF) 81-Derek Jonathan[1]; 9. (DNS) 9-Liam Martin

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – 1:53.665
1. 1-Lynton Jeffrey[1]; 2. 68-Aaron Turkey[2]; 3. 7-Eric Gledhill[3]; 4. 12DD-Darren Dryden[5]; 5. 0-Glenn Styres[4]; 6. 17X-Cory Turner[7]; 7. 77T-Tyeller Powless[6]; 8. 21-John Burbridge Jr[8]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 8 laps – 1:57.658
1. 87X-Shone Evans[2]; 2. 19D-Allan Downey[1]; 3. 45-Nick Sheridan[3]; 4. 5-DJ Christie[7]; 5. 71-Mike Bowman[8]; 6. 21K-Kyle Phillips[4]; 7. 84-Mike Lichty[6]; 8. (DQ) 15-Ryan Turner[5]
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Strickland’s Crate Sprint Cars (36 Entries)

A-Main [Started] 20 laps – NT
1. 52-Jesse Costa[3]; 2. BS39-Brett Stratford[5]; 3. 71-Brent Begolo[8]; 4. 88-Lance Erskine[1]; 5. 00-Mack DeMan[10]; 6. 2M-Steve Murdock[22]; 7. 16X-Keegan Baker[12]; 8. 2S-Al Sleight[23]; 9. 14W-Greg Wilson[9]; 10. 7-Caleb Wood[2]; 11. 777A-Tyler Willard[24]; 12. 14-Larry Gledhill[6]; 13. 9C-Brian Nanticoke[11]; 14. 24A-AJ Lewis[4]; 15. 94-Ryan Fraser[16]; 16. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[15]; 17. 74-Rob Neely[7]; 18. 5-Tom Pellezari[13]; 19. 2-Travis Hofstetter[14]; 20. 28T-Cameron Thomson[19]; 21. 50LS-Adrian Stahle[17]; 22. 14B-Broden Weiler[27]; 23. 97-Sheldon Bender[21]; 24. 11W-Jeremy May[18]; 25. 85C-Cam MacKinnon[25]; 26. 51-Trevor Young[26]; 27. (DNF) 53-Logan Shwedyk[28]; 28. (DNF) 69K-Ken Hamilton[20]
Hard Charger – Steve Murdock +17

B-Main [Started] 12 laps – NT
1. 97-Sheldon Bender[4]; 2. 2M-Steve Murdock[2]; 3. 2S-Al Sleight[10]; 4. 777A-Tyler Willard[7]; 5. 85C-Cam MacKinnon[5]; 6. 51-Trevor Young[12]; 7. 14B-Broden Weiler[8]; 8. 53-Logan Shwedyk[14]; 9. 3-Devon Bacher[3]; 10. 24K-Kiana Teal[11]; 11. 777T-Cameron Olm[9]; 12. 38-Melissa Miller[13]; 13. (DNF) 72-Tanner Podwinski[15]; 14. (DNF) 27-Niko Hansen[1]; 15. (DNF) 98-Jonah Mutton[6]; 16. (DNF) 20-Johnny Miller[16]

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – 2:03.601
1. 14-Larry Gledhill[1]; 2. 7-Caleb Wood[3]; 3. 71-Brent Begolo[8]; 4. 2-Travis Hofstetter[5]; 5. 69K-Ken Hamilton[2]; 6. 2M-Steve Murdock[7]; 7. 14B-Broden Weiler[4]; 8. 24K-Kiana Teal[6]; 9. 38-Melissa Miller[9]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – 2:07.225
1. 74-Rob Neely[2]; 2. 00-Mack DeMan[1]; 3. 16X-Keegan Baker[3]; 4. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[5]; 5. 94-Ryan Fraser[7]; 6. 97-Sheldon Bender[6]; 7. 85C-Cam MacKinnon[8]; 8. 51-Trevor Young[4]; 9. 53-Logan Shwedyk[9]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 8 laps – 2:06.836
1. 88-Lance Erskine[1]; 2. 24A-AJ Lewis[4]; 3. 14W-Greg Wilson[5]; 4. 11W-Jeremy May[2]; 5. 50LS-Adrian Stahle[6]; 6. 777A-Tyler Willard[3]; 7. 98-Jonah Mutton[8]; 8. 777T-Cameron Olm[7]; 9. (DNS) 20-Johnny Miller

Heat Race 4 [Started] 8 laps – NT
1. BS39-Brett Stratford[1]; 2. 52-Jesse Costa[4]; 3. 5-Tom Pellezari[2]; 4. 9C-Brian Nanticoke[6]; 5. 28T-Cameron Thomson[3]; 6. 27-Niko Hansen[8]; 7. 3-Devon Bacher[9]; 8. (DNF) 2S-Al Sleight[7]; 9. (DQ) 72-Tanner Podwinski[5]
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Middleport Mechanical Thunder Stocks (25 Entries)

A-Main [Started] 20 laps – NT
1. 84RK-Ryan Beagle[1]; 2. 19-Kyle Wert[8]; 3. 97-Ron Loggie[2]; 4. 108-Zach Bleich[4]; 5. 23-Trevor DeBoer[3]; 6. 24R-Rodney Rutherford[7]; 7. 8-Ryan Dinning[20]; 8. 49-Dave Bailey[5]; 9. 37-Robert Hoskins[10]; 10. 11-Gofast Teeple[15]; 11. 55-Mike Thorne[6]; 12. 28-Jim Lampman[23]; 13. 13-Kacey Huffman[12]; 14. 07-Scott McPhail[18]; 15. 93K-Mike Klazinga[9]; 16. 43-Kyle Andress[22]; 17. 427-Tim Phalen[17]; 18. 03-George Grosul[14]; 19. 17W-Travis Whittal[25]; 20. 88L-Logan Ferguson[24]; 21. 14-Lyle White[16]; 22. (DNF) 88-Aidan Nigh[21]; 23. (DNF) 41-Adam Plazek[13]; 24. (DNF) 24-Blake Bomberry Jr[19]; 25. (DNF) 28D-Robbie General[11]
Hard Charger – Ryan Dinnig +15

Heat Race 1 [Started] 10 laps – 3:19.318
1. 19-Kyle Wert[3]; 2. 108-Zach Bleich[1]; 3. 97-Ron Loggie[10]; 4. 49-Dave Bailey[9]; 5. 93K-Mike Klazinga[6]; 6. 28D-Robbie General[7]; 7. 41-Adam Plazek[12]; 8. 11-Gofast Teeple[4]; 9. 427-Tim Phalen[8]; 10. 24-Blake Bomberry Jr[11]; 11. 88-Aidan Nigh[13]; 12. 28-Jim Lampman[5]; 13. (DNS) 17W-Travis Whittal

Heat Race 2 [Started] 10 laps – NT
1. 84RK-Ryan Beagle[3]; 2. 23-Trevor DeBoer[5]; 3. 55-Mike Thorne[7]; 4. 24R-Rodney Rutherford[6]; 5. 37-Robert Hoskins[2]; 6. 13-Kacey Huffman[12]; 7. 03-George Grosul[4]; 8. 14-Lyle White[8]; 9. 07-Scott McPhail[11]; 10. 8-Ryan Dinning[1]; 11. 43-Kyle Andress[9]; 12. 88L-Logan Ferguson[10]
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HRW Automotive Mini Stocks (33 Entries)

A-Main [Started] 15 laps – NT
1. 17-Alex Riley[9]; 2. 11J-Jeff Elsliger[7]; 3. 2-Matt Nuell[5]; 4. 64-Nick Erskine[6]; 5. 32-Gillian Hils[3]; 6. 34-Randy Alway[4]; 7. 46-Wayde Thorne[10]; 8. 01-Tristan DaSilva[18]; 9. 66X-Martin Schroder[21]; 10. 1-Jason Tolton[1]; 11. X-Jeremy Cooper[20]; 12. 76-Shawn Taylor[22]; 13. 20J-Nathan Joyner[26]; 14. 44-Craig Vlasic[16]; 15. 14L-John Lubeck[15]; 16. 38C-John Cote[27]; 17. 32L-Grayden Lyons[23]; 18. 54-Christopher French[24]; 19. 6X-Mike Sarantakos[8]; 20. 64E-Doug Erskine[25]; 21. 16-Fabio Olivieri[13]; 22. 11-Mike Giberson[28]; 23. 4A-Mason Anderson[14]; 24. 5K-Ken Hair[2]; 25. 04-Rogan Monaghan[11]; 26. (DNF) 9-Tim DeBoer[12]; 27. (DNF) 20A-Aiden Maynard[17]; 28. (DNS) 23-Dusty DeBoer
Hard Charger – Nathan Joyner +13

B-Main [Started] 6 laps – 2:08.096
1. 66X-Martin Schroder[2]; 2. 76-Shawn Taylor[1]; 3. 32L-Grayden Lyons[5]; 4. 54-Christopher French[3]; 5. 64E-Doug Erskine[4]; 6. 20J-Nathan Joyner[6]; 7. 38C-John Cote[9]; 8. 11-Mike Giberson[8]; 9. 17R-Blair Rousselle[13]; 10. 81D-Crystal Soules[11]; 11. 79-Steve Miller[10]; 12. (DNF) 7-Matt Young[7]; 13. (DNS) 15-Joey Wilcox

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – 2:51.000
1. 64-Nick Erskine[5]; 2. 2-Matt Nuell[3]; 3. 5K-Ken Hair[7]; 4. 1-Jason Tolton[4]; 5. 17-Alex Riley[15]; 6. 04-Rogan Monaghan[9]; 7. 16-Fabio Olivieri[8]; 8. 14L-John Lubeck[13]; 9. 20A-Aiden Maynard[11]; 10. 23-Dusty DeBoer[16]; 11. 76-Shawn Taylor[12]; 12. 54-Christopher French[6]; 13. 32L-Grayden Lyons[10]; 14. 7-Matt Young[14]; 15. 38C-John Cote[17]; 16. 81D-Crystal Soules[1]; 17. (DNF) 17R-Blair Rousselle[2]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – 2:47.139
1. 11J-Jeff Elsliger[1]; 2. 34-Randy Alway[2]; 3. 32-Gillian Hils[8]; 4. 6X-Mike Sarantakos[4]; 5. 46-Wayde Thorne[5]; 6. 9-Tim DeBoer[12]; 7. 4A-Mason Anderson[13]; 8. 44-Craig Vlasic[10]; 9. 01-Tristan DaSilva[14]; 10. X-Jeremy Cooper[16]; 11. 66X-Martin Schroder[15]; 12. 64E-Doug Erskine[3]; 13. 20J-Nathan Joyner[9]; 14. 11-Mike Giberson[7]; 15. (DNF) 79-Steve Miller[11]; 16. (DNS) 15-Joey Wilcox
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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.

 

Justin Sanders keeps on winning ways with SCCT in Placerville

By Gary Thomas

Placerville, CA…Justin Sanders and car owner Dale Miller have started out the SCCT season blazing hot and on Friday night in Placerville they continued that pace, racing to their fourth victory in as many races.

It didn’t come easy for Sanders on this night however, as he battled tooth and nail with Shane Hopkins during an entertaining 35-lap Elk Grove Ford Sprint Car Challenge Tour finale. With extra money raised and the Shop Kyle Larson Bonus factored in, the Dale Miller Septic team walked away with $3,500 for their efforts on Adrian Blanco Jewelry Night.

The opening night Bradway Memorial main event came to the line with Sanders on the pole by way of winning the High Sierra Industries Dash. He jumped out to the early lead as cars raced on every inch of the quarter mile bullring.

Placerville’s own Shane Hopkins was fresh off a career night with SCCT and once again looked extremely impressive. The driver of the High Sierra Industries No. 21 ran the bottom to perfection and climbed to second on lap four, before setting his sights on the leader.

Hopkins hounded Sanders until taking the top-spot on lap 9 as the crowd came to their feet. Sanders didn’t let him get far away after that however, as the pair put on a tremendous show. Hopkins put his car exactly where it needed to be lap after lap as he started to work traffic.

A lap 25 restart set up the race changing moment though, as Sanders blasted to the outside and grabbed the lead that he would never relinquish. The pride of Aromas, California drove off to record his 12th career Elk Grove Ford Sprint Car Challenge Tour win and 25th of his 360 career at Placerville Speedway.

Fremont’s Shane Golobic was able to make the move for second on lap 28 and record his third runner up finish of the SCCT season. The driver of the Matt Wood Racing No. 17w closed in on Sanders, until getting bogged down in traffic with a couple circuits left. Hopkins put together another valiant effort to cross the stripe in third for his second straight Sprint Car Challenge Tour podium.

Hanford’s Michael Faccinto and Lemoore’s Cole Macedo rounded out the top-five. Completing the top-10 were Dylan Bloomfield, Tony Gomes, Tanner Carrick, Max Mittry and Jodie Robinson. Braden Chiaramonte earned the Pit Stop USA Hard Charger Award, driving from 21st to 13th after winning the B-main.

A strong field of 40 cars signed into the pits to help open the Dave Bradway Jr. Memorial weekend with SCCT. Heat race wins went to Sanders, Faccinto, Dominic Scelzi and Bloomfield. Tanner Carrick began the night by earning the Sierra Foothills Wine Services Fast Time Award with a lap of 10.829. He also took home an extra $100 thanks to Mancamp Motorsports.

The Nor-Cal Dwarf Cars once again brought a robust field of 29 entries on night of the Bradway. Fairfield veteran Mike “Spanky” Grenert jumped out front and led Dylan Shrum on a long green flag run to start the feature. The action was intense as always on the tight bullring, with three wide racing prevalent.

A caution with two laps remaining set up a green, white, checkered restart that Grenert hit to perfection. Shrum kept pace with him and tried to make something happen, but it Grenert crossed the stripe for victory. Shrum came home second followed by Shawn Whitney, Ben Wiesz and Danny Wagner in the top-five.

Results

Sprint Car Challenge Tour – 40 cars Dave Bradway Jr. Memorial opening night Placerville Speedway May 31, 2024 A Main 35 Laps | 00:30:25.469

1. 4SA-Justin Sanders[1]; 2. 17W-Shane Golobic[7]; 3. 21S-Shane Hopkins[3]; 4. X1-Michael Faccinto[2]; 5. 21-Cole Macedo[6]; 6. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[5]; 7. 7C-Tony Gomes[11]; 8. 83T-Tanner Carrick[4]; 9. 10-Max Mittry[10]; 10. 14W-Jodie Robinson[12]; 11. 3X-Kaleb Montgomery[13]; 12. 5V-Colby Copeland[16]; 13. 94TH-Braden Chiaramonte[21]; 14. 25S-Seth Standley[19]; 15. 94-Greg Decaires V[15]; 16. 41-Dominic Scelzi[8]; 17. 2A-Austin Wood[14]; 18. 45-Jake Morgan[23]; 19. 9L-Luke Hayes[9]; 20. 35-Sean Becker[18]; 21. 77-Ryan Lippincott[24]; 22. 61-Travis Labat[17]; 23. 92-Andy Forsberg[20]; 24. 83SA-Isaiah Vasquez[22] B Feature 12 Laps | 00:08:17.540

1. 94TH-Braden Chiaramonte[3]; 2. 83SA-Isaiah Vasquez[1]; 3. 45-Jake Morgan[4]; 4. 77-Ryan Lippincott[2]; 5. 14-Mariah Ede[8]; 6. 93-Stephen Ingraham[6]; 7. 33T-Jimmy Trulli[5]; 8. 9-Dustin Freitas[12]; 9. 12J-John Clark[10]; 10. 88-Austin Torgerson[7]; 11. 98-Chris Masters[13]; 12. 3-Cole Schroeder[15]; 13. 97-Blaine Craft[9]; 14. 18P-Jack Phillips[14]; 15. (DNF) 25JR-Cody Johnson[11] C Feature 10 Laps | 00:02:14.079

1. 18P-Jack Phillips[1]; 2. 3-Cole Schroeder[2]; 3. 24K-Koa Crane[5]; 4. 42X-Justyn Cox[4]; 5. 85A-AJ Alderman[3] Dash 6 Laps | 00:01:17.947

1. 4SA-Justin Sanders[1]; 2. X1-Michael Faccinto[2]; 3. 21S-Shane Hopkins[4]; 4. 83T-Tanner Carrick[3]; 5. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[6]; 6. 21-Cole Macedo[8]; 7. 17W-Shane Golobic[5]; 8. 41-Dominic Scelzi[7] Heat 1 10 Laps | 00:01:54.000

1. 4SA-Justin Sanders[2]; 2. 9L-Luke Hayes[1]; 3. 7C-Tony Gomes[3]; 4. 83T-Tanner Carrick[4]; 5. 61-Travis Labat[5]; 6. 94TH-Braden Chiaramonte[7]; 7. 33T-Jimmy Trulli[8]; 8. 97-Blaine Craft[9]; 9. 77-Ryan Lippincott[6] Heat 2 10 Laps | 00:06:13.000

1. X1-Michael Faccinto[1]; 2. 21-Cole Macedo[4]; 3. 3X-Kaleb Montgomery[5]; 4. 94-Greg Decaires V[3]; 5. 25S-Seth Standley[7]; 6. 83SA-Isaiah Vasquez[2]; 7. 88-Austin Torgerson[6]; 8. 25JR-Cody Johnson[9]; 9. 18P-Jack Phillips[8] Heat 3 10 Laps | 00:04:54.000

1. 41-Dominic Scelzi[3]; 2. 10-Max Mittry[1]; 3. 2A-Austin Wood[2]; 4. 21S-Shane Hopkins[4]; 5. 35-Sean Becker[6]; 6. 45-Jake Morgan[7]; 7. 14-Mariah Ede[8]; 8. 9-Dustin Freitas[9]; 9. 3-Cole Schroeder[10]; 10. 42X-Justyn Cox[5] Heat 4 10 Laps | 00:04:01.000

1. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[1]; 2. 14W-Jodie Robinson[2]; 3. 5V-Colby Copeland[3]; 4. 17W-Shane Golobic[4]; 5. 92-Andy Forsberg[5]; 6. 93-Stephen Ingraham[6]; 7. 12J-John Clark[7]; 8. 98-Chris Masters[9]; 9. 85A-AJ Alderman[10]; 10. 24K-Koa Crane[8] Qualifying A | 00:00:32.000

1. 83T-Tanner Carrick, 00:10.829[8]; 2. 21-Cole Macedo, 00:10.889[15]; 3. 9L-Luke Hayes, 00:10.939[6]; 4. X1-Michael Faccinto, 00:10.946[11]; 5. 4SA-Justin Sanders, 00:10.951[2]; 6. 83SA-Isaiah Vasquez, 00:10.985[12]; 7. 7C-Tony Gomes, 00:10.998[20]; 8. 94-Greg Decaires V, 00:11.011[7]; 9. 61-Travis Labat, 00:11.053[9]; 10. 3X-Kaleb Montgomery, 00:11.053[17]; 11. 77-Ryan Lippincott, 00:11.067[1]; 12. 88-Austin Torgerson, 00:11.117[5]; 13. 94TH-Braden Chiaramonte, 00:11.142[19]; 14. 25S-Seth Standley, 00:11.153[18]; 15. 33T-Jimmy Trulli, 00:11.195[10]; 16. 18P-Jack Phillips, 00:11.418[13]; 17. 97-Blaine Craft, 00:11.435[16]; 18. 25JR-Cody Johnson, 00:11.634[3]; 19. (DNS) 34-Dakota Albright; 20. (DNS) 222-Wyatt VanLare Qualifying B | 00:00:39.000

1. 21S-Shane Hopkins, 00:10.975[16]; 2. 17W-Shane Golobic, 00:10.984[3]; 3. 10-Max Mittry, 00:10.989[13]; 4. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield, 00:11.022[18]; 5. 2A-Austin Wood, 00:11.033[10]; 6. 14W-Jodie Robinson, 00:11.049[6]; 7. 41-Dominic Scelzi, 00:11.066[14]; 8. 5V-Colby Copeland, 00:11.122[9]; 9. 42X-Justyn Cox, 00:11.213[11]; 10. 92-Andy Forsberg, 00:11.225[15]; 11. 35-Sean Becker, 00:11.239[17]; 12. 93-Stephen Ingraham, 00:11.272[12]; 13. 45-Jake Morgan, 00:11.385[7]; 14. 12J-John Clark, 00:11.429[20]; 15. 14-Mariah Ede, 00:11.440[5]; 16. 24K-Koa Crane, 00:11.479[8]; 17. 9-Dustin Freitas, 00:11.485[4]; 18. 98-Chris Masters, 00:11.825[2]; 19. 3-Cole Schroeder, 00:11.859[1]; 20. 85A-AJ Alderman, 00:11.984[19]

Dwarf Cars: 29 entries

1. 12N-Mike Grenert[5]; 2. 31N-Dylan Shrum[4]; 3. 15N-Shawn Whitney[8]; 4. 57N-Ben Wiesz[6]; 5. 11DB-Danny Wagner[7]; 6. 99N-Gage Meyers[2]; 7. 57-Josh Wiesz[11]; 8. 72N-Mike Reeder[17]; 9. 69N-Cody Shrum[18]; 10. 29N-Corey Eaton[20]; 11. 50N-Brenden Shrum[3]; 12. 42N-Isaak Geil[13]; 13. 31B-Ellie Russo[12]; 14. 32N-Dan Geil[10]; 15. 94N-Denny Hannel[16]; 16. 19N-Patrick Weger[15]; 17. 22N-Joe Halter[1]; 18. 21MP-Marek Pipe[19]; 19. 9N-Kevin Bender[9]; 20. 41N-Brandon Aylesworth[14]

 

 

NIENHISER NABS 27TH CAREER MOWA WIN

JACKSONVILLE, IL - If there is any driver who knows how to navigate around the ¼-mile oval at the Morgan County Fairgrounds, it’s Paul Nienhiser. On the heels of three series victories in 2023, the Chapin, Illinois driver returned to victory lane at his “home away from home”, besting the field of 25 competitors on Friday night. By virtue of his fourth place finish in his Heat Race earlier in the evening, Nienhiser was able to find the number-three pill during the MOWA redraw to start from inside the second row in the evening’s 25-Lap main event alongside Trevin Littleton. MIssouri’s Gunner Ramey and local favorite Will Armitage led the field to the green flag. Ramey pounced to the early lead and held serve over the field. Quickly behind, Armitage, Nienhiser, and Littleton waged war in a three-car battle for third. Not far behind were Jake Neuman, Chase Briscoe and Korey Weyantwho wanted to throw their names into the mix. Nienhiser pulled alongside Ramey on the tenth-lap and overtook the top spot. Armitage had found momentum and moved past Ramey into the second position just as Kevin Petty made contact with the turn four embankment, sending his #72 upside down just ahead of the lead pack. Petty escaped unharmed. Returning to green-flag action, Nienhiser jumped to a commanding lead as he piloted his #9X machine through open air around the speedway. Behind him, the battle ensued as Chase Briscoe set his sights on Jake Neuman and a top five position. A lap 12 caution for Jason Keith slowed the field once more as the right-front tire on Keith’s machine came unattached and he sat in turn one unable to move. At the halfway point, Nienhiser brought the field back to green flag conditions ahead of Will Armitage, Gunner Ramey, Trevin Littleton and Jake Neuman. Perfecting his run on the high line of the track, Nienhiser again showed that his #9X would be unstoppable, only to see a third yellow flag over the field with Tyler Duff stopped atop the turn two exit. The field bunched up with 12 laps remaining for a third try of a restart. Gunner Ramey then collided with Jake Neuman and collected Steven Russell and Jeremy Standridge in a turn-three melee that ultimately ended Neuman’s evening with damage to his #3N. NInehiser used a strong run to lead the remaining laps and score his 27th career MOWA Sprint Car Series victory - and 10th at Jacksonville. Korey Weyant overtook Will Armitage to grab a second place finish ahead of Will Armitage, Chase Briscoe and Trevin Littleton. The Morrow Brothers Ford MOWA Sprint Car Series will take a four-week break before picking back up with a $3,000-to-win event June 28 at Jacksonville Speedway.

Feature finish (25 laps): 1. Paul Nienhiser [3], 2. Korey Weyant [5], 3. Will Armitage [2], 4. Chase Briscoe [7], 5. Trevin Littleton [4], 6. Ryan Bunton [9], 7. Gage Montgomery [13]. 8. Logan Faucon [20], 9. Bryce Norris [19], 10. Shelby Bosie [17], 11. John Barnard [12], 12. Jeremy Standridge [15], 13. Paul Solomon [10], 14. Shane O’Banion [16], 15. Gunner Ramey [1], 16. Jake Neuman [6], 17. Tyler Duff [8], 18. Steven Russell, [18], 19. Jason Keith [24], 20. Kevin Petty [11], 21. Kyle Danback [25], 22. Joey Moughan [14], 23. Chase Richards [23], 24. Jeff Masson [21], DNS - Jeff Beasley

 

UNOH Racer Brayden Weller, captures Keysor Memorial, Clark grabs GLTS win, Sanchez bags Mod victory, and Joey Heyder scores a last lap win in Trucks.

May 31, 2024
Lima Ohio
by Gerry Keysor

Mother Nature finally showed some love to Limaland Motorsports Park Friday night with the season getting underway with the 22nd Annual Keysor Memorial presented by the Keysor Family. The Lock Sixteen Thunderstocks raced for a top prize of $1500 in honor of the members of the Keysor family that have passed on, including several who have competed at the quarter-mile bullring.
Brayden Weller, a UNOH High Perfomance Technology Student, and the 2023 Thunderstock rrookie of the year picked up his first Limaland victory and became the first UNOH student to win the Keysor race. Weller picked up the win over No. 22T Tony Anderson, No. 74D Craig Dippman, No. 27 Frank Paladino, and No. 8 Zach Rush.
Tipton, Indiana's Brayden Clark picked up the Great Lakes Traditional Sprints A Main victory over No. 2DI Dustin Ingle, No. 0 Steve Irwin, No. 4J Shawn Westerfield, and No. 21 Carmen Perigo Jr.
In DIRTcar UMP Modified action it was Averil Park, New York's Daniel Sanchez winning his first Limaland feature since 2018. Sanchez prevailed over No. 22T Tony Anderson, No. 65 Todd Sherman, No. 9C Troy Catterene, and No. 9R Garrett Rons
The Dirt Track Truck Series wrapped up the night in spectacular fashion, with Joey Heyder making a last lap pass to pick up the A Main victory. No. 10 Rolly Heyder would finish 2nd, with No. 22T Tony Anderson 3rd, No. 17 Phil Hicks 4th, and No. 29C Chris Bitters rounding out the top 5.
Limaland returns to action next Friday night, June 7th with the K&L Ready Mix Clash/Ron Kahle Jr. Memorial presented by K&L Ready Mix. The GLSS Ohio CAT Sprint Cars return to Limaland in honor of the late Ron Kahle Jr.. Also in action will be the DIRTcar UMP Modifieds, and Lock Sixteen Thunderstocks. General admission tickets for ages 16 and older are $12, ages 11 to 15 are $6 and kids 10 and younger are admitted FREE. Pit passes for all ages are $30. Pit gates open at 4:30PM, Grandstand Gates open at 5:00PM, Hot laps at 6:30PM, and racingat 7:30PM. For details on all happenings at Limaland, visit limaland.com or look us up on social media.

LOCK SIXTEEN THUNDERSTOCKS -22 entries
A Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 1-Brayden Weller[6]; 2. 22T-Tony Anderson[2]; 3. 74D-Craig Dippman[9]; 4. 27-Frank Paladino[11]; 5. 8-Zach Rush[13]; 6. 1W-Mark Wooten[14]; 7. 01-Tyler Matheny[17]; 8. 00-Houston Null[19]; 9. 6-Bradley Enssle[20]; 10. 17-Jeremy Creech[5]; 11. 28V-Shawn Valenti[10]; 12. 82-Chris Douglas[8]; 13. 7-Dan Wooten[16]; 14. 26-Justin Long[12]; 15. 17H-Devon Helmig[18]; 16. J2-Rob Trent[15]; 17. J1-Jeff Matheny[1]; 18. 60-Todd Sherman[22]; 19. 11-Randy Giroux[3]; 20. (DNS) 69-Thomas Beezley; 21. (DNS) 7C-Jordan Conover; 22. (DQ) 21D-Doug Drown[7]

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 7C-Jordan Conover[1]; 2. J1-Jeff Matheny[6]; 3. 21D-Doug Drown[4]; 4. 28V-Shawn Valenti[3]; 5. 8-Zach Rush[7]; 6. 7-Dan Wooten[5]; 7. 00-Houston Null[2]; 8. (DNS) 60-Todd Sherman

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 11-Randy Giroux[2]; 2. 17-Jeremy Creech[4]; 3. 82-Chris Douglas[3]; 4. 27-Frank Paladino[5]; 5. 1W-Mark Wooten[6]; 6. 01-Tyler Matheny[1]; 7. 6-Bradley Enssle[7]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 22T-Tony Anderson[2]; 2. 1-Brayden Weller[3]; 3. 74D-Craig Dippman[4]; 4. 26-Justin Long[7]; 5. J2-Rob Trent[1]; 6. 17H-Devon Helmig[6]; 7. (DNS) 69-Thomas Beezley

Qualifying 1: 1. 21D-Doug Drown, 00:14.716[16]; 2. 17-Jeremy Creech, 00:14.935[19]; 3. 74D-Craig Dippman, 00:14.962[17]; 4. 28V-Shawn Valenti, 00:15.080[21]; 5. 82-Chris Douglas, 00:15.484[20]; 6. 1-Brayden Weller, 00:15.503[10]; 7. 00-Houston Null, 00:15.523[18]; 8. 11-Randy Giroux, 00:15.571[15]; 9. 22T-Tony Anderson, 00:15.630[6]; 10. 7C-Jordan Conover, 00:15.668[7]; 11. 01-Tyler Matheny, 00:15.693[11]; 12. J2-Rob Trent, 00:16.067[13]; 13. 7-Dan Wooten, 00:16.106[14]; 14. 27-Frank Paladino, 00:16.142[9]; 15. 69-Thomas Beezley, 00:16.326[3]; 16. J1-Jeff Matheny, 00:16.409[1]; 17. 1W-Mark Wooten, 00:16.520[12]; 18. 17H-Devon Helmig, 00:16.542[8]; 19. 8-Zach Rush, 00:17.075[4]; 20. 6-Bradley Enssle, 00:17.555[5]; 21. (DNF) 26-Justin Long, 00:19.998[22]; 22. (DNF) 60-Todd Sherman, 00:19.999[2]

GREAT LAKES TRADITIONAL SPRINTS - 20 entries
A Feature 1 (25 Laps): 1. 4-Brayden Clark[3]; 2. 2DI-Dustin Ingle[2]; 3. 0-Steve Irwin[4]; 4. 4J-Shawn Westerfeld[5]; 5. 21-Carmen Perigo Jr[7]; 6. 16-Jackson Slone[11]; 7. 87-Paul Dues[6]; 8. 39-Matt Goodnight[14]; 9. 49-Brian Ruhlman[10]; 10. 18S-Aidan Salisbury[8]; 11. 9N-Luke Hall[9]; 12. 23D-Bryce Dues[13]; 13. 33-Jason Ferguson[16]; 14. 24-Lee Underwood[17]; 15. 99J-Jack James[18]; 16. 56-Mark Irwin[19]; 17. 53-Steve Little[12]; 18. 21B-Ryan Barr[1]; 19. 19-Brady Parmeley[15]; 20. 97X-Rodney Hurst[20]

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 4-Brayden Clark[1]; 2. 2DI-Dustin Ingle[4]; 3. 21-Carmen Perigo Jr[2]; 4. 49-Brian Ruhlman[3]; 5. 23D-Bryce Dues[6]; 6. 33-Jason Ferguson[5]; 7. 56-Mark Irwin[7]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 87-Paul Dues[4]; 2. 21B-Ryan Barr[2]; 3. 18S-Aidan Salisbury[5]; 4. 16-Jackson Slone[1]; 5. 39-Matt Goodnight[3]; 6. 24-Lee Underwood[6]; 7. 97X-Rodney Hurst[7]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 0-Steve Irwin[3]; 2. 4J-Shawn Westerfeld[4]; 3. 9N-Luke Hall[2]; 4. 53-Steve Little[1]; 5. 19-Brady Parmeley[6]; 6. 99J-Jack James[5]

Qualifying 1 (99 Laps): 1. 2DI-Dustin Ingle, 00:12.842[19]; 2. 87-Paul Dues, 00:12.910[17]; 3. 4J-Shawn Westerfeld, 00:13.056[4]; 4. 49-Brian Ruhlman, 00:13.215[16]; 5. 39-Matt Goodnight, 00:13.237[5]; 6. 0-Steve Irwin, 00:13.266[10]; 7. 21-Carmen Perigo Jr, 00:13.288[2]; 8. 21B-Ryan Barr, 00:13.322[7]; 9. 9N-Luke Hall, 00:13.400[6]; 10. 4-Brayden Clark, 00:13.441[15]; 11. 16-Jackson Slone, 00:13.554[13]; 12. 53-Steve Little, 00:13.569[1]; 13. 33-Jason Ferguson, 00:13.730[9]; 14. 18S-Aidan Salisbury, 00:13.780[12]; 15. 99J-Jack James, 00:13.934[11]; 16. 23D-Bryce Dues, 00:13.952[8]; 17. 24-Lee Underwood, 00:14.190[3]; 18. 19-Brady Parmeley, 00:14.493[18]; 19. 97X-Rodney Hurst, 00:14.962[20]; 20. 56-Mark Irwin, 00:15.120[14]
UMP MODIFIEDS - 29 entries
A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 463-Daniel Sanchez[1]; 2. 22T-Tony Anderson[3]; 3. 65-Todd Sherman[4]; 4. 9C-Troy Cattarene[5]; 5. 9R-Garrett Rons[12]; 6. 34X-Shane O'Connor[13]; 7. 1-Randy Giroux[8]; 8. 36-Brandon Vaughan[2]; 9. X-Jason Kinney[11]; 10. 4G-Bill Griffith[16]; 11. 5X-Jerry Bowersock[10]; 12. 82-Brennan Sherman[19]; 13. 17-Jarrod Klay[7]; 14. 4M-Dustin Moore[6]; 15. 01-Brayden Weller[18]; 16. 1X-Jerry Butler[14]; 17. 18-Brenden Rassel[20]; 18. 419-Buzz Jacobs[17]; 19. 16-Jeff Koz[9]; 20. 32-Scott Boyd Jr[15]

B Feature 1 (8 Laps): 1. 419-Buzz Jacobs[1]; 2. 01-Brayden Weller[2]; 3. 82-Brennan Sherman[5]; 4. 18-Brenden Rassel[4]; 5. 11G-Kevin Grilliot[13]; 6. 114-Clayton Bryant[11]; 7. ZERO-Brent Hole[8]; 8. 9PG-Percy Gendreau[10]; 9. C4-Alex Siefer[3]; 10. 89-Bobby Rose[9]; 11. 71-Chris Hicks[6]; 12. 7-Rick Swartout[7]; 13. 17R-Nick Rosselit[12]

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 36-Brandon Vaughan[1]; 2. 9C-Troy Cattarene[6]; 3. 16-Jeff Koz[4]; 4. 34X-Shane O'Connor[3]; 5. 419-Buzz Jacobs[7]; 6. 82-Brennan Sherman[2]; 7. 89-Bobby Rose[5]; 8. 11G-Kevin Grilliot[8]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 463-Daniel Sanchez[3]; 2. 4M-Dustin Moore[1]; 3. 5X-Jerry Bowersock[2]; 4. 1X-Jerry Butler[7]; 5. 01-Brayden Weller[4]; 6. 71-Chris Hicks[6]; 7. 9PG-Percy Gendreau[5]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 22T-Tony Anderson[1]; 2. 17-Jarrod Klay[2]; 3. X-Jason Kinney[4]; 4. 32-Scott Boyd Jr[5]; 5. C4-Alex Siefer[7]; 6. 7-Rick Swartout[6]; 7. 114-Clayton Bryant[3]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 65-Todd Sherman[3]; 2. 1-Randy Giroux[4]; 3. 9R-Garrett Rons[5]; 4. 4G-Bill Griffith[6]; 5. 18-Brenden Rassel[2]; 6. ZERO-Brent Hole[1]; 7. 17R-Nick Rosselit[7]

Qualifying 1: 1. 16-Jeff Koz, 00:13.836[1]; 2. 01-Brayden Weller, 00:13.931[25]; 3. X-Jason Kinney, 00:13.992[21]; 4. 1-Randy Giroux, 00:14.015[9]; 5. 34X-Shane O'Connor, 00:14.028[12]; 6. 463-Daniel Sanchez, 00:14.068[19]; 7. 114-Clayton Bryant, 00:14.151[24]; 8. 65-Todd Sherman, 00:14.299[7]; 9. 82-Brennan Sherman, 00:14.344[29]; 10. 5X-Jerry Bowersock, 00:14.355[20]; 11. 17-Jarrod Klay, 00:14.363[3]; 12. 18-Brenden Rassel, 00:14.391[28]; 13. 36-Brandon Vaughan, 00:14.397[10]; 14. 4M-Dustin Moore, 00:14.445[4]; 15. 22T-Tony Anderson, 00:14.453[6]; 16. ZERO-Brent Hole, 00:14.480[13]; 17. 89-Bobby Rose, 00:14.531[22]; 18. 9PG-Percy Gendreau, 00:14.577[26]; 19. 32-Scott Boyd Jr, 00:14.774[18]; 20. 9R-Garrett Rons, 00:14.775[2]; 21. 9C-Troy Cattarene, 00:14.794[15]; 22. 71-Chris Hicks, 00:14.808[14]; 23. 7-Rick Swartout, 00:14.880[23]; 24. 4G-Bill Griffith, 00:14.881[27]; 25. 419-Buzz Jacobs, 00:15.058[5]; 26. 1X-Jerry Butler, 00:15.122[11]; 27. C4-Alex Siefer, 00:15.132[8]; 28. 17R-Nick Rosselit, 00:15.152[16]; 29. 11G-Kevin Grilliot, 00:16.601[17]

DIRT TRACK TRUCK SERIES - 15 entries
A Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 8-Joey Heyder[6]; 2. 10-Rolly Heyder[5]; 3. 22T-Tony Anderson[3]; 4. 17-Phil Hicks[4]; 5. 29C-Chris Bitters[8]; 6. 0-John Sanford[1]; 7. 44W-Gerry Keysor[2]; 8. 15-Dustin Ratliff[15]; 9. 2CP-Jonathan Coffee[7]; 10. 82T-Eddie Tucker Jr[12]; 11. 05-Ryan Snyder[11]; 12. 9C-Curtis Heiser[10]; 13. 21-Caitlyn Wagoner[14]; 14. 84-Brandon Coleman[9]; 15. (DNS) 9R-Justin Rapp

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 8-Joey Heyder[2]; 2. 17-Phil Hicks[1]; 3. 44W-Gerry Keysor[8]; 4. 2CP-Jonathan Coffee[3]; 5. 84-Brandon Coleman[7]; 6. 05-Ryan Snyder[5]; 7. 9R-Justin Rapp[6]; 8. 15-Dustin Ratliff[4]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 10-Rolly Heyder[6]; 2. 22T-Tony Anderson[3]; 3. 0-John Sanford[2]; 4. 29C-Chris Bitters[5]; 5. 9C-Curtis Heiser[1]; 6. 82T-Eddie Tucker Jr[7]; 7. 21-Caitlyn Wagoner[4]

 

 

PIERCE PULLS THROUGH TO TAKE AFTON VICTORY


Race Report By: Marty Czekala - June 1, 2024

AFTON, N.Y. – “The Flyin’ School Teacher” Kyle Pierce received an A+ as he took the twin checkers at Afton Fairgrounds Speedway Friday in round two of the Joe’s Garage Southern Tier Series.

The win is Pierce’s first of the season and fifth of his career. The No. 9k took the lead with seven to go over Jeff Trombley when the No. 3a blew up.

“I was okay, but Jeff was really good running the top,” said an excited Pierce in victory lane. “Unfortunately, our fortune was his misfortune.”

The one that got away came back to Pierce. The last time the series was at Afton in Oct. 2022, Pierce was leading in the final laps when he ran out of fuel. Coming back to I-88 to take the win means a lot to the fourth grade teacher at Spencer-Van Etten Elementary.

"Anytime we can win, or even in the top 10, that's a great day for us,” said Pierce. “To finally get a win is a way to start the summer months. Snack time Monday is going to be fun.”

Ron Greek and Jeff Trombley brought the field to Tyler Groescup’s green for 25 laps. Greek would lead early, but in the opening laps, Trombley took a peek underneath Greek and the top two tangled, sending Trombley into a sideways frenzy but found a way to save it and keep the race green.

Trombley would reel in the No. 28 again and take the lead, entering turn three.

The race would begin on a 15-lap green flag run until a red flag flew for Cliff Pierce, flipping in turn two. The No. 4 driver would climb out unscathed.

Restarting the race, Trombley held serve over Kyle Pierce and Mike Kiser. With Trombley pulling away, it seemed likely that the No. 3a would tie Danny Varin, Scott Goodrich, and Josh Pieniazek on the all-time CRSA wins list with 14 apiece. But with seven to go, the chances ended when the engine expired, giving Kyle Pierce the top spot.

The final caution flew for Mark Reynolds, stacking the field again. Pierce got a good jump over Kiser and kept the lead to score the checkered and bank $1,000.

"For the last couple of weeks and the work we've put in, from rebuilding after flipping hard at Land of Legends to chasing stuff at Weedsport," said Pierce. "Feels good to finally get the pressure off things not going right, and the money will help restock stuff we've wrecked already."

Kiser’s last podium came two years ago at this same track. The No. 99k takes away a bunch of positives with a great racecar making moves late.

“Once the red flag came out and the second caution, it didn’t help me,” said Kiser. “Once we got rolling, Pierce had us covered. It’s in one piece, and put it in the trailer. On to Utica."

Dalton Herrick won the previous race at Afton in Oct. 2022, en route to his series championship. The No. 29 came back with a solid third-place finish.

“We were a little behind, but I felt really good for the feature,” said Herrick. “The track was really smooth and was racey. I had a little bite off four and two. You could move around.”

With a sixth place finish, Jordan Hutton holds a 16 point lead over Tomy Moreau in the overall standings while Billy VanInwegen has a four points lead over Dalton Herrick in the Joe’s Garage Southern Tier Series standings with the top four (Hutton, Kyle Pierce) separated by six points.

The Maguire Family of Dealerships Move of the Race belonged to Jeff Trombley for his spectacular save after touching with Ron Greek, then rebounding to take the lead.

Billy VanInwegen was awarded the Powdertech Powdercoating Hard Charger Award for the second straight race, picking up seven spots to finish fourth.

26 drivers checked in to the Afton Fairgrounds Speedway.

CRSA heads to Utica-Rome Speedway next Friday to continue the I-90 Pit Stop Challenge. Can’t attend to watch "The Future Stars of Sprint Cars?” Catch the action live on FloRacing.

A Feature 25 Laps

1. 9K-Kyle Pierce[3]; 2. 99K-Mike Kiser[7]; 3. 29-Dalton Herrick[6]; 4. 56V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[11]; 5. 12-Tyler Chartrand[8]; 6. 66-Jordan Hutton[12]; 7. 22-Tomy Moreau[10]; 8. 21B-Blake Warner[5]; 9. 19EM-Emily VanInwegen[16]; 10. 28-Ron Greek[1]; 11. 18-Timmy Lotz[9]; 12. 99-Adam Depuy[17]; 13. J27-John Cunningham[14]; 14. 410-Jerry Sehn Jr[13]; 15. 18C-Dan Craun[4]; 16. 77-Bob Hamm[20]; 17. 54-Fred Proctor[22]; 18. 1NY-Mark Reynolds[21]; 19. (DNF) 3A-Jeff Trombley[2]; 20. (DNF) 4-Cliff Pierce[19]; 21. (DNF) 33-Scott Landers[18]; 22. (DNF) 22M-Aaron Shelton[15]

B Feature 1 8 Laps

1. 4-Cliff Pierce[1]; 2. 77-Bob Hamm[2]; 3. 1NY-Mark Reynolds[3]; 4. 54-Fred Proctor[5]; 5. 56D-Peter Dance[4]; 6. (DNS) D9-Dustin Sehn; 7. (DNS) 48C-Mark Connoly; 8. (DNS) 30-Kirsten Dombroski

Heat 1 8 Laps

1. 3A-Jeff Trombley[1]; 2. 56V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[5]; 3. 18C-Dan Craun[2]; 4. J27-John Cunningham[4]; 5. 66-Jordan Hutton[8]; 6. 33-Scott Landers[3]; 7. 77-Bob Hamm[6]; 8. (DNF) D9-Dustin Sehn[7]; 9. (DNS) 30-Kirsten Dombroski

Heat 2 8 Laps

1. 18-Timmy Lotz[2]; 2. 28-Ron Greek[3]; 3. 410-Jerry Sehn Jr[1]; 4. 9K-Kyle Pierce[5]; 5. 99K-Mike Kiser[8]; 6. 19EM-Emily VanInwegen[6]; 7. 1NY-Mark Reynolds[4]; 8. 54-Fred Proctor[7]; 9. (DNF) 48C-Mark Connoly[9]

Heat 3 8 Laps

1. 22-Tomy Moreau[2]; 2. 21B-Blake Warner[1]; 3. 29-Dalton Herrick[3]; 4. 12-Tyler Chartrand[5]; 5. 22M-Aaron Shelton[4]; 6. 99-Adam Depuy[6]; 7. 4-Cliff Pierce[7]; 8. 56D-Peter Dance[8]

The A-Verdi Storage Containers CRSA Sprints are powered by Super Gen Products. Associate sponsors for 2024 include Pit Stop Convenience Stores, DisBatch Brewing Company, Dandy, Joe's Garage, Westward Painting Company, the Maguire Family of Dealerships, Powdertech Powdercoating, PJC Sprayfoam, Profab Enterprises, Magsarus Ignitions, Hoosier Racing Tire, Insinger Performance with their Stinger Race Fuel, My Race Pass and is owned and operated by Mike Emhof Motorsports.

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Cale Thomas holds off Cap Henry for 2nd 410 Attica win; Kyle Moore wins thrilling late model affair; Jamie Miller dominates for 3rd 305 victory

Friday, May 31, 2024

By Brian Liskai

ATTICA, Ohio – Things are really falling into place for Cale Thomas. The Fairland, Indiana driver of the Jay Kiser Racing sprint car drove to his second straight 410 feature win at Attica Raceway Park Friday, May 31 on Burns Electric/Metal Master Fabrications/Vermeer Sales and Service Mid-Season Championship night.

Thomas’ four career victory at Attica pads his lead in the Callie’s Performance Products 410 Sprints Attica point standings and the All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads/Kistler Racing Products Attica Fremont Championship Series Presented by the Baumann Auto Group. It wasn’t easy for Thomas though as defending AFCS and Attica track champion Cap Henry grabbed the early lead of the non-stop, seven minute A-Main before Thomas drove by on lap three. Henry raced inside of Thomas lap after lap before heavy lapped traffic came into play at the half-way point. Thomas was able to slice through the lapped cars and pulled away for the victory in his Spanky’s Pizza, Shelluke’s Bar, Automatic Fire Protection, Ohio Refrigeration, Engler Machine, BH 41, Ohio Heating, TMH Holdings, Berryman Racing Shocks, Keizer Wheels backed #23.

“The track was really wide. You could go wherever you wanted. Being in the lead…I didn’t know where Cap was. I kept watching for him….I knew he was running the bottom and was hoping he wouldn’t go to the top. I saw him after the checkers so he was right there with me. Obvious this car was really good. You kind of base yourself….Cap’s been having a little bit of trouble so you get Cap with open air and to be able to pass him in open air just says a lot about me and this car right now and the confidence we have,” said Thomas.

Henry, Trey Jacobs, Zeth Sabo and DJ Foos would round out the top five.

The Whistle Stop Presents the Dirt Nerds Podcast Powered by Propane UMP Late Model feature was one of the most entertaining events of the year so far at Attica Raceway Park. JR Gentry jumped into the lead of the 25 lap feature before surrendering it to Kyle Moore on lap 12. Three-time feature winner this year at Attica Rusty Schlenk powered into the lead a lap later and the dual with Moore was on.

The event’s only caution flew just past the half-way point and from then out, Moore and Schlenk swapped the lead several times each lap. Moore, from Mansfield, Ohio, was able to edge Schlenk the final six laps to score his first career Attica win. Moore had finished second to Schlenk the past two consecutive weeks. Gregg Haskell, Dan Wallace and Gentry rounded out the top five.

“This is the longest it’s ever took me to win a race at a place. Usually we go to a place a couple of times and we knock a win off. I’ve done everything here but win. I’ve been kicked out, flipped, wrecked, blown motors…we finally got out here on the horse track. That’s what sucks being the leader in traffic…you just don’t know where to go. When you are in second or third you’ve got nothing to lose. I was out there searching. I love racing with Rusty. There’s very few people who race like him,” said Moore beside his Kepling Flooring, Tye Tworg Longhorn, Joyride Transportation, Smitley Towing, Short Stop, Malcuit Race Engines, Wilson Realty Agent Robin Jakubick, RL Bond Septic, Hepthorn Golf Cart Sales, House of Spud, K&B Septic Service, Coffman Composites, Team Midwest Paint, Platinum Design backed #1*

Fremont, Ohio’s Jamie Miller used a restart on lap 10 of the Fremont Fence 305 Sprint feature to drive into the lead around Brenden Torok and then ran away from the rest of the field, cruising to a half of a track advantage for his third win of the year at Attica. Torok, Dustin Stroup, Seth Schneider and Logan Riehl – who stormed from the rear of the field after being involved in an opening lap tangle – rounded out the top five.

Miller’s 42nd career Attica win pads his lead in the track points and the NAPA of Bryan Attica Fremont Championship Series Presented by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales.

“I was so worried if I ran the top too hard…I hooked one of those holes on the second lap and I thought I was going to flip this thing. I just kind of tip-toed around waiting for someone to pass me. I just kept moving around and figured it out not to bounce around on the track and we ended up here,” said Miller beside his Boca Construction, JLH General Contractors, Kenny Kolb Farms, Tuck Pointing America, Queen of Clean, Smitty’s Pizza, Roberts & Sons Contracting, Pizza Wheel, Crown Battery, Reedtown Tavern, Fostoria Mod Shop, Sandy’s Dad, Gressman Powersports, Phil Rister, Slade Shock Technology backed #26.

Attica Raceway Park will kick off the 42nd Annual Ohio Sprint Speedweek – nine straight nights of racing across Ohio – on Friday, June 7 for the Bert and Brigitte Emick Classic featuring the Ti22 FAST on Dirt sprints going for $6,000 to win. The UMP late models will also be in action vying for $2,000 to win.

For more information go to www.atticaracewaypark.comor follow the track on Twitter

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Located in downtown Tiffin, Burns Electric has a gallery showroom of innovative kitchen designs featuring custom and semi-custom cabinetry and state-of-the-art appliances in name brands you trust. Our showroom will dazzle you with plenty of wow factor. We’re the largest lighting showroom in the area. Countertop and flooring departments complete your shopping needs for new construction and remodeling projects. Burns’ kitchen, bath, and lighting design team has the know-how to bring it all together for an exciting new look. Burns has the largest selection of appliances, light fixtures, cabinetry, countertops, and flooring, top quality name brands at low prices. Burns – We have it all! www.burnselectric.com

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John Eberle started the business in 2005, and has been successfully operating it ever since. With a background in metal work, welding and maintenance, John switched to doing contract work and started the company when people saw what he did and the quality of the work and asked him to help them with their fabrication needs. Metal Master does work on-site or off-site welding, cutting, installation, one-off or small production-type work, repetitive parts or one-off fabrication. Metal Master can weld aluminum, stainless steel and carbon steel. Types of welding include tig, mig and stick. Metal Master also does rigging, sand-blasting and painting from small to large-scale items and is state certified in pipe welding.

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Vermeer Corporation is a leading manufacturer of industrial and agricultural equipment. Vermeer relies on a team of nearly 4,000 making a real impact. Headquartered in Pella, Iowa, Vermeer has more than 600 dealers located around the world. The nearest Vermeer dealership is in Findlay, Ohio. Vermeer machines are made to equip customers to do more across a diverse group of important markets including underground construction, infrastructure, surface mining, tree care, environmental and agriculture.

Attica Raceway Park

Friday, May 31, 2024

410 Sprints - Callie's Performance Products

Qualifying

1.35-Stuart Brubaker, 14.082; 2.23-Cale Thomas, 14.249; 3.21K-Larry Kingseed Jr, 14.364; 4.7N-Darin Naida, 14.439; 5.33W-Cap Henry, 14.519; 6.16-DJ Foos, 14.539; 7.5AU-Brock Hallett, 14.576; 8.15K-Creed Kemenah, 14.613; 9.9-Trey Jacobs, 14.641; 10.X-Mike Keegan, 14.674; 11.12-Luke Griffith, 14.687; 12.14R-Sean Rayhall, 14.708; 13.19-TJ Michael, 14.806; 14.68G-Tyler Gunn, 14.849; 15.70-Henry Malcuit, 14.855; 16.25R-Jordan Ryan, 14.873; 17.19P-Paige Polyak, 14.918; 18.4*-Tyler Street, 14.963; 19.5-Kody Brewer, 15.072; 20.29-Zeth Sabo, 15.076; 21.2+-Brian Smith, 15.101; 22.15C-Chris Andrews, 15.163; 23.13-Jeremy Duposki, 15.169; 24.9Z-Duane Zablocki, 15.320; 25.55T-McKenna Hasse, 15.459; 26.17S-Shelby Rankin, 15.685; 27.75-Jerry Dahms, 15.747;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 7N-Darin Naida[2] ; 2. 33W-Cap Henry[1] ; 3. 23-Cale Thomas[3] ; 4. 35-Stuart Brubaker[4] ; 5. 5AU-Brock Hallett[5] ; 6. 15K-Creed Kemenah[6] ; 7. 14R-Sean Rayhall[8] ; 8. X-Mike Keegan[7] ; 9. 70-Henry Malcuit[9]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 68G-Tyler Gunn[1] ; 2. 12-Luke Griffith[2] ; 3. 15C-Chris Andrews[7] ; 4. 16-DJ Foos[3] ; 5. 19P-Paige Polyak[5] ; 6. 21K-Larry Kingseed Jr[4] ; 7. 5-Kody Brewer[6] ; 8. 13-Jeremy Duposki[8] ; 9. 17S-Shelby Rankin[9]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 9-Trey Jacobs[4] ; 2. 4*-Tyler Street[1] ; 3. 29-Zeth Sabo[5] ; 4. 25R-Jordan Ryan[2] ; 5. 19-TJ Michael[3] ; 6. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[7] ; 7. 2+-Brian Smith[6] ; 8. 55T-McKenna Hasse[8] ; 9. 75-Jerry Dahms[9]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)

1. 15K-Creed Kemenah[1] ; 2. 21K-Larry Kingseed Jr[2] ; 3. 14R-Sean Rayhall[4] ; 4. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[3] ; 5. X-Mike Keegan[7] ; 6. 2+-Brian Smith[6] ; 7. 55T-McKenna Hasse[9] ; 8. 70-Henry Malcuit[10] ; 9. 5-Kody Brewer[5] ; 10. 13-Jeremy Duposki[8] ; 11. 17S-Shelby Rankin[11] ; 12. 75-Jerry Dahms[12]

A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)

1. 23-Cale Thomas[4] ; 2. 33W-Cap Henry[1] ; 3. 9-Trey Jacobs[2] ; 4. 29-Zeth Sabo[10] ; 5. 16-DJ Foos[11] ; 6. 7N-Darin Naida[8] ; 7. 68G-Tyler Gunn[6] ; 8. 15C-Chris Andrews[9] ; 9. 25R-Jordan Ryan[12] ; 10. 4*-Tyler Street[3] ; 11. 35-Stuart Brubaker[5] ; 12. 15K-Creed Kemenah[16] ; 13. 19-TJ Michael[15] ; 14. X-Mike Keegan[20] ; 15. 21K-Larry Kingseed Jr[17] ; 16. 5AU-Brock Hallett[13] ; 17. 12-Luke Griffith[7] ; 18. 14R-Sean Rayhall[18] ; 19. 19P-Paige Polyak[14] ; 20. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[19]

305 Sprints - Fremont Fence Co.

Qualifying

1.3X-Blayne Keckler, 14.620; 2.26-Jamie Miller, 14.743; 3.7M-Brandon Moore, 14.865; 4.5DD-Dustin Dinan, 15.023; 5.5M-Mike Moore, 15.047; 6.36-Seth Schneider, 15.083; 7.X15-Kasey Ziebold, 15.122; 8.3M-Logan Mongeau, 15.329; 9.2-Brenden Torok, 15.333; 10.2S-Jackson Sebetto, 15.362; 11.5JR-Jimmy McGrath Jr., 15.369; 12.9R-Logan Riehl, 15.409; 13.10TS-Tyler Schiets, 15.413; 14.0-Bradley Bateson, 15.458; 15.19R-Steve Rando, 15.469; 16.8K-Zach Kramer, 15.558; 17.1S-James Saam, 15.640; 18.319-Steven Watts, 15.690; 19.26S-Lee Sommers, 15.698; 20.12X-Dustin Stroup, 15.752; 21.51M-Haldon Miller, 15.959; 22.78-Austin Black, 15.960; 23.98-Dave Hoppes, 16.234; 24.92-Justin Chance, 16.248; 25.27S-Eric Spangler, 16.529; 26.31-Kye Blight, 16.533; 27.18Z-Brian Razum, 16.832; 28.2T-Tony Alvarez, 16.995; 29.71DS-Drew Smith, 17.050;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 26-Jamie Miller[3] ; 2. 3X-Blayne Keckler[4] ; 3. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath Jr.[5] ; 4. 0-Bradley Bateson[6] ; 5. X15-Kasey Ziebold[1] ; 6. 26S-Lee Sommers[8] ; 7. 51M-Haldon Miller[9] ; 8. 319-Steven Watts[7] ; 9. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[2]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 9R-Logan Riehl[2] ; 2. 2-Brenden Torok[4] ; 3. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[1] ; 4. 8K-Zach Kramer[5] ; 5. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[3] ; 6. 78-Austin Black[6] ; 7. 18Z-Brian Razum[7] ; 8. 2T-Tony Alvarez[8]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 36-Seth Schneider[2] ; 2. 3M-Logan Mongeau[1] ; 3. 12X-Dustin Stroup[7] ; 4. 7M-Brandon Moore[4] ; 5. 5M-Mike Moore[3] ; 6. 19R-Steve Rando[5] ; 7. 98-Dave Hoppes[8] ; 8. 1S-James Saam[6]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)

1. 26S-Lee Sommers[1] ; 2. 19R-Steve Rando[3] ; 3. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[10] ; 4. 78-Austin Black[2] ; 5. 51M-Haldon Miller[4] ; 6. 98-Dave Hoppes[6] ; 7. 18Z-Brian Razum[5] ; 8. 2T-Tony Alvarez[8] ; 9. 1S-James Saam[9] ; 10. 319-Steven Watts[7]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 26-Jamie Miller[8] ; 2. 2-Brenden Torok[3] ; 3. 12X-Dustin Stroup[11] ; 4. 36-Seth Schneider[6] ; 5. 9R-Logan Riehl[2] ; 6. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath Jr.[9] ; 7. 8K-Zach Kramer[13] ; 8. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[18] ; 9. 3M-Logan Mongeau[7] ; 10. 0-Bradley Bateson[12] ; 11. 7M-Brandon Moore[4] ; 12. X15-Kasey Ziebold[14] ; 13. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[15] ; 14. 26S-Lee Sommers[16] ; 15. 5M-Mike Moore[5] ; 16. 19R-Steve Rando[17] ; 17. 78-Austin Black[19] ; 18. 51M-Haldon Miller[20] ; 19. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[10] ; 20. 3X-Blayne Keckler[1]

Late Models - Dirt Nerds Podcast

Qualifying

1.1*-Kyle Moore, 16.052; 2.14JR-JR Gentry, 16.056; 3.94-Mike Bores, 16.113; 4.RHJ03-Gregg Haskell, 16.210; 5.92-Justin Chance, 16.248; 6.46-Colin Shipley, 16.266; 7.91-Rusty Schlenk, 16.268; 8.5M-Ryan Markham, 16.298; 9.51-Devin Shiels, 16.431; 10.2C-Clint Coffman, 16.522; 11.27S-Eric Spangler, 16.529; 12.31AUS-Kye Blight, 16.533; 13.9999-Kye Blight, 16.533; 14.74-Jeff Warnick, 16.657; 15.57-Steve Kester, 16.696; 16.16-Steve Sabo, 16.839; 17.18-Jacob Stuhr, 16.857; 18.X3-Dan Wallace, 16.909; 19.71DS-Drew Smith, 17.050; 20.11-Austin Gibson, 17.334; 21.51B-Brayden Shiels, 17.451;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 91-Rusty Schlenk[2] ; 2. 1*-Kyle Moore[4] ; 3. 27S-Eric Spangler[1] ; 4. 31AUS-Kye Blight[5] ; 5. 92-Justin Chance[3] ; 6. 16-Steve Sabo[6] ; 7. 71DS-Drew Smith[7]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. RHJ03-Gregg Haskell[3] ; 2. 5M-Ryan Markham[1] ; 3. 46-Colin Shipley[2] ; 4. 14JR-JR Gentry[4] ; 5. 51-Devin Shiels[5] ; 6. 74-Jeff Warnick[6] ; 7. 51B-Brayden Shiels[7]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 94-Mike Bores[4] ; 2. 18-Jacob Stuhr[1] ; 3. 2C-Clint Coffman[3] ; 4. 57-Steve Kester[2] ; 5. X3-Dan Wallace[5] ; 6. 11-Austin Gibson[6]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 1*-Kyle Moore[5] ; 2. 91-Rusty Schlenk[4] ; 3. RHJ03-Gregg Haskell[3] ; 4. X3-Dan Wallace[15] ; 5. 14JR-JR Gentry[2] ; 6. 94-Mike Bores[8] ; 7. 46-Colin Shipley[1] ; 8. 27S-Eric Spangler[9] ; 9. 5M-Ryan Markham[6] ; 10. 31AUS-Kye Blight[11] ; 11. 57-Steve Kester[12] ; 12. 74-Jeff Warnick[17] ; 13. 18-Jacob Stuhr[7] ; 14. 92-Justin Chance[13] ; 15. 71DS-Drew Smith[19] ; 16. 16-Steve Sabo[16] ; 17. 51B-Brayden Shiels[20] ; 18. 11-Austin Gibson[18] ; 19. 2C-Clint Coffman[10] ; 20. 51-Devin Shiels[14]

 

 

Carson Macedo returns to Fremont Speedway to claim World of Outlaws win

By Brian Liskai

FREMONT, OHIO – It was a homecoming of sorts for Carson Macedo Monday, May 27 at Fremont Speedway Presented by Gill Construction. The Lemoore, California native made a fantastic move on the opening lap of the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series feature, driving from third to the lead and then survived several cautions to score the $12,000 pay day in the Rick Ferkel Tribute on SealMaster Night.

Macedo came to Ohio in 2016 to drive a second car for Les and Craig Mintz and scored a pair of wins at “The Track That Action Built.” So for Macedo, the Outlaws return to Fremont Speedway after an eight year hiatus coupled with his great runs as of late, had him chomping at the bit for his second World of Outlaws win of 2024.

“Track position was everything tonight. The rain last night and this morning gave us a way different track than we are used to at Fremont. My guys had the car awesome all night. To come back here and win after Les and Craig Mintz gave me a great opportunity here in 2016 is very special,” said Macedo beside his Albaugh Your Alternative/Mesilla Valley Transportation/Tarleton & Son/Saich Family/Scott Boyd Family/Complete Parts backed Jason Johnson Racing #41.

Current World of Outlaws point leader David Gravel had several shots at Macedo but was unable to take advantage of the many cautions.

“The track stayed wetter than we anticipated and I got too tight in three and four. The 41 guys were really good tonight. All and all it was a pretty good weekend in Ohio,” said Gravel beside his Husets Speedway/Billion Auto.com/Jackson Autoplex/High Performance Lubricants backed #2.

Carson’s brother, Cole scored his first World of Outlaws podium finish, coming home third in the Honest Abe Roofing #16T.

“I have a lot of laps around here thanks to some great people in this area. I have to thank Kevin Newton for giving me this opportunity. We crashed Friday at Atomic and decided to truck to Fremont and my guys and the Linder guys got us back in business and it paid off tonight,” said Cole Macedo.

Bill Balog would charge from 18th to a fourth place finish while former Fremont Speedway track champion Buddy Kofoid rounded out the top five.

Fremont Speedway will be back in action Saturday, June 1 with the Fort Ball Pizza Palace 410 Sprints battling in a Kistler Racing Products/All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads Attica Fremont Championship Series presented by the Baumann Auto Group point night. The Fremont Federal Credit Union 305 Sprints will also compete in a NAPA of Bryan AFCS presented by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales point battle. The Burmeister Trophy Dirt Trucks will also be in action. Prior to the night’s racing, the Fremont Speedway Hall of Fame will induct its class of 2024.

All events at Fremont Speedway Presented by Gill Construction in 2024 will be streamed on DirtVision. Keep up to date with Fremont Speedway by going to www.fremontohspeedway.com or on Facebook at www.facebook/FremontSpeedway or on Twitter at https://twitter.com/FremontSpeedway or follow on My Race Pass at www.myracepass.com

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Owned and operated by Ray Brooks, and headquartered in nearby Port Clinton, Ohio, Gill Construction specializes in an array of land and water services, utilizing over five decades of experience to build an extensive repertoire which includes site excavation, site utilities, demolition, trenching, and marina service. Gill Construction boasts a dynamic, diverse, and experienced workforce, guaranteed to perform and complete any task with the utmost customer satisfaction.

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Seal Master, headquartered in Sandusky, Ohio, is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of pavement sealer and sealcoat with over 100 pavement sealer manufacturing plants and distribution centers in the US. SealMaster also has pavement sealer manufacturing plants in Canada, China and Mexico along with pavement sealer, sealcoat and pavement maintenance products and equipment distribution in over 50 countries. SealMaster’s innovative pavement sealer formulations and state-of-the-art pavement sealer manufacturing technologies have enabled SealMaster to become the world’s number one producer of pavement sealer and sealcoat.

Fremont Speedway

Monday, May 27, 2024

World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series

NOS Energy Drink Feature (35 Laps): 1. 41-Carson Macedo[3]; 2. 2-David Gravel[1]; 3. 16T-Cole Macedo[6]; 4. 17B-Bill Balog[18]; 5. 83-Michael Kofoid[13]; 6. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild[7]; 7. 23J-Cale Thomas[2]; 8. 15-Donny Schatz[5]; 9. 18-Giovanni Scelzi[17]; 10. 9-Trey Jacobs[9]; 11. 3Z-Brock Zearfoss[4]; 12. 101-Kalib Henry[8]; 13. 7S-Landon Crawley[25]; 14. 1S-Logan Schuchart[24]; 15. 5T-Travis Philo[22]; 16. 22-Brandon Spithaler[20]; 17. 68G-Tyler Gunn[23]; 18. 29-Zeth Sabo[21]; 19. 16-DJ Foos[26]; 20. 4-Zane DeVault[10]; 21. 34-Sterling Cling[15]; 22. 15C-Chris Andrews[19]; 23. 35-Stuart Brubaker[11]; 24. 19H-Joel Myers Jr[14]; 25. 9P-Parker Price Miller[16]; 26. 99-Skylar Gee[12]

MicroLite Last Chance Showdown (12 Laps): 1. 29-Zeth Sabo[1]; 2. 5T-Travis Philo[3]; 3. 68G-Tyler Gunn[6]; 4. 1S-Logan Schuchart[5]; 5. 7N-Darin Naida[10]; 6. 16-DJ Foos[2]; 7. 5AU-Brock Hallett[7]; 8. 60-Jordyn Charge[9]; 9. 45-Devon Borden[8]; 10. 7S-Landon Crawley[16]; 11. 12-Luke Griffith[17]; 12. 23-Lance Moss[13]; 13. 14-Sean Rayhall[14]; 14. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[4]; 15. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[18]; 16. W20-Greg Wilson[12]; 17. 2X-Brian Smith[11]; 18. 19-TJ Michael[15]

C Feature (8 Laps): 1. 12-Luke Griffith[1]; 2. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[2]; 3. 33W-Cap Henry[4]; 4. 70-Kraig Kinser[8]; 5. 98-Robert Robenalt[12]; 6. 75-Jerry Dahms[7]; 7. 15K-Creed Kemenah[3]; 8. 1-Nate Dussel[5]; 9. 81-Lee Jacobs[6]; 10. X-Mike Keegan[9]; 11. 6-Bill Rose[11]; 12. 09-Craig Mintz[10]

Toyota Dash (6 Laps): 1. 2-David Gravel[1]; 2. 23J-Cale Thomas[2]; 3. 41-Carson Macedo[5]; 4. 3Z-Brock Zearfoss[4]; 5. 15-Donny Schatz[6]; 6. 16T-Cole Macedo[7]; 7. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild[8]; 8. 101-Kalib Henry[3]

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 2-David Gravel[1]; 2. 16T-Cole Macedo[2]; 3. 9-Trey Jacobs[3]; 4. 83-Michael Kofoid[4]; 5. 18-Giovanni Scelzi[7]; 6. 5T-Travis Philo[10]; 7. 5AU-Brock Hallett[6]; 8. 29-Zeth Sabo[5]; 9. 23-Lance Moss[9]; 10. 12-Luke Griffith[12]; 11. 1-Nate Dussel[11]; 12. X-Mike Keegan[8]

Milton Hershey School Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 41-Carson Macedo[3]; 2. 101-Kalib Henry[1]; 3. 35-Stuart Brubaker[4]; 4. 34-Sterling Cling[7]; 5. 15C-Chris Andrews[2]; 6. 1S-Logan Schuchart[5]; 7. 60-Jordyn Charge[10]; 8. 2X-Brian Smith[8]; 9. 19-TJ Michael[11]; 10. 15K-Creed Kemenah[9]; 11. 75-Jerry Dahms[12]; 12. 6-Bill Rose[6]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 3Z-Brock Zearfoss[1]; 2. 23J-Cale Thomas[4]; 3. 4-Zane DeVault[3]; 4. 19H-Joel Myers Jr[2]; 5. 17B-Bill Balog[5]; 6. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[9]; 7. 16-DJ Foos[6]; 8. 7N-Darin Naida[11]; 9. 14-Sean Rayhall[7]; 10. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[10]; 11. 81-Lee Jacobs[8]; 12. 09-Craig Mintz[12]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild[2]; 2. 15-Donny Schatz[1]; 3. 99-Skylar Gee[3]; 4. 9P-Parker Price Miller[4]; 5. 22-Brandon Spithaler[5]; 6. 68G-Tyler Gunn[10]; 7. 45-Devon Borden[8]; 8. W20-Greg Wilson[6]; 9. 7S-Landon Crawley[12]; 10. 33W-Cap Henry[9]; 11. 70-Kraig Kinser[7]; 12. 98-Robert Robenalt[11]

Sea Foam Qualifying A (2 Laps): 1. 2-David Gravel, 00:12.282[21]; 2. 101-Kalib Henry, 00:12.430[20]; 3. 16T-Cole Macedo, 00:12.527[11]; 4. 15C-Chris Andrews, 00:12.536[14]; 5. 9-Trey Jacobs, 00:12.584[7]; 6. 41-Carson Macedo, 00:12.596[22]; 7. 83-Michael Kofoid, 00:12.635[23]; 8. 35-Stuart Brubaker, 00:12.668[12]; 9. 29-Zeth Sabo, 00:12.695[18]; 10. 1S-Logan Schuchart, 00:12.702[13]; 11. 5AU-Brock Hallett, 00:12.710[4]; 12. 6-Bill Rose, 00:12.738[5]; 13. 18-Giovanni Scelzi, 00:12.792[2]; 14. 34-Sterling Cling, 00:12.822[19]; 15. X-Mike Keegan, 00:12.875[15]; 16. 2X-Brian Smith, 00:12.917[1]; 17. 23-Lance Moss, 00:12.939[17]; 18. 15K-Creed Kemenah, 00:12.958[9]; 19. 5T-Travis Philo, 00:12.961[24]; 20. 60-Jordyn Charge, 00:13.049[10]; 21. 1-Nate Dussel, 00:13.097[3]; 22. 19-TJ Michael, 00:13.102[6]; 23. 12-Luke Griffith, 00:13.123[16]; 24. 75-Jerry Dahms, 00:13.901[8]

Sea Foam Qualifying B (2 Laps): 1. 3Z-Brock Zearfoss, 00:12.318[19]; 2. 15-Donny Schatz, 00:12.413[15]; 3. 19H-Joel Myers Jr, 00:12.476[1]; 4. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild, 00:12.476[10]; 5. 4-Zane DeVault, 00:12.530[13]; 6. 99-Skylar Gee, 00:12.552[16]; 7. 23J-Cale Thomas, 00:12.593[2]; 8. 9P-Parker Price Miller, 00:12.693[23]; 9. 17B-Bill Balog, 00:12.702[7]; 10. 22-Brandon Spithaler, 00:12.730[3]; 11. 16-DJ Foos, 00:12.762[9]; 12. W20-Greg Wilson, 00:12.768[24]; 13. 14-Sean Rayhall, 00:12.832[20]; 14. 70-Kraig Kinser, 00:12.846[18]; 15. 81-Lee Jacobs, 00:12.883[14]; 16. 45-Devon Borden, 00:12.935[5]; 17. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr, 00:12.946[21]; 18. 33W-Cap Henry, 00:12.950[22]; 19. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek, 00:13.092[8]; 20. 68G-Tyler Gunn, 00:13.193[4]; 21. 7N-Darin Naida, 00:13.331[12]; 22. 98-Robert Robenalt[6]; 23. 09-Craig Mintz[11]; 24. 7S-Landon Crawley[17]

Hot Laps: 1. 2-David Gravel, 00:12.525[21]; 2. 15C-Chris Andrews, 00:12.553[14]; 3. 83-Michael Kofoid, 00:12.554[23]; 4. 35-Stuart Brubaker, 00:12.652[12]; 5. 18-Giovanni Scelzi, 00:12.673[2]; 6. 41-Carson Macedo, 00:12.677[22]; 7. 22-Brandon Spithaler, 00:12.707[27]; 8. 5T-Travis Philo, 00:12.713[24]; 9. 17B-Bill Balog, 00:12.718[31]; 10. 29-Zeth Sabo, 00:12.730[18]; 11. 15-Donny Schatz, 00:12.770[39]; 12. 1S-Logan Schuchart, 00:12.771[13]; 13. 33W-Cap Henry, 00:12.772[46]; 14. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild, 00:12.784[34]; 15. 101-Kalib Henry, 00:12.786[20]; 16. 14-Sean Rayhall, 00:12.818[44]; 17. 19H-Joel Myers Jr, 00:12.819[25]; 18. 5AU-Brock Hallett, 00:12.831[4]; 19. 99-Skylar Gee, 00:12.831[40]; 20. 16T-Cole Macedo, 00:12.839[11]; 21. W20-Greg Wilson, 00:12.855[48]; 22. 7N-Darin Naida, 00:12.869[36]; 23. 23J-Cale Thomas, 00:12.877[26]; 24. 9P-Parker Price Miller, 00:12.879[47]; 25. X-Mike Keegan, 00:12.932[15]; 26. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr, 00:12.932[45]; 27. 7S-Landon Crawley, 00:12.963[41]; 28. 34-Sterling Cling, 00:12.975[19]; 29. 3Z-Brock Zearfoss, 00:13.029[43]; 30. 70-Kraig Kinser, 00:13.035[42]; 31. 6-Bill Rose, 00:13.050[5]; 32. 4-Zane DeVault, 00:13.067[37]; 33. 16-DJ Foos, 00:13.102[33]; 34. 9-Trey Jacobs, 00:13.106[7]; 35. 60-Jordyn Charge, 00:13.125[10]; 36. 45-Devon Borden, 00:13.155[29]; 37. 23-Lance Moss, 00:13.185[17]; 38. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek, 00:13.185[32]; 39. 12-Luke Griffith, 00:13.186[16]; 40. 68G-Tyler Gunn, 00:13.189[28]; 41. 19-TJ Michael, 00:13.205[6]; 42. 81-Lee Jacobs, 00:13.230[38]; 43. 1-Nate Dussel, 00:13.394[3]; 44. 2X-Brian Smith, 00:13.755[1]; 45. 75-Jerry Dahms, 00:13.768[8]; 46. 98-Robert Robenalt, 00:14.898[30]; 47. 09-Craig Mintz[35]; 48. 15K-Creed Kemenah[9]

 

 

Kaeding, Ferriera and Olivier Triumphant at Huset's Speedway During Metro Construction Memorial Day Doubleheader Presented by DKW Transport Finale

Inside Line Promotions - BRANDON, S.D. (May 27, 2024) - Tim Kaeding, Monty Ferriera and Zach Olivier wrapped up the Metro Construction Memorial Day Doubleheader presented by DKW Transport with a trip into Victory Lane on Monday at Huset's Speedway.

It marks three new winners at the track this season for the third straight race to open the year.

Kaeding drew the pole position for the 25-lap Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars main event and he never officially relinquished the top spot. The closest moment came on Lap 20 when Chase Randall threw a slide job into turns one and two for the lead, but the caution came out to halt the move. Kaeding rocketed away on the restart to score his 14 th career victory at Huset's Speedway.

"I've got two young kids behind me and I'm up here huffing and puffing," he quipped in Victory Lane. "This feels amazing right now. This hot rod is bad fast right now."

Randall finished second for the second time at the track this season.

"Sometimes (cautions) help you and sometimes they don't," he said. "Tonight it didn't work in our favor. I feel we're making huge gains in our car. I'm really proud of how far we've been coming and I'm really excited for the future."

Daison Pursley, who won the event opener on Sunday, recorded a third-place result.

"That's really cool to come out here and run on the podium both nights," he said. "It just goes to show how good the No. 25 car is. I'm very fortunate enough to drive this car and get my feet wet in a winged car."

Kaleb Johnson garnered a fourth-place finish and Garet Williamson was fifth for the second straight night.

Kaeding and Justin Henderson opened the program by setting quick time during their group qualifying sessions. Tim Estenson, Austin McCarl, Jade Hastings and Randall were the heat race winners. Stuart Snyder and Chris Martin each posted a B Main win.

Ferriera led all but one lap and he made a last-lap pass during the 20-lap Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series main event for his first career triumph at the track.

Ferriera paced the field for the first 18 laps before Jeremy Kerzman powered into the lead in turns three and four to lead the penultimate lap. However, Ferriera returned the favor on the final lap to capture the win.

"I wasn't expecting anyone to be there and he snuck by me," Ferriera said. "He got stuck behind the same cars as I did. I drove around him as a last-ditch effort. I'm glad to get one under my belt here because this place has bit me a few times."

Kerzman held off 16th-starting Tyler Rabenberg, who was the B Main winner, for the runner-up result. Casey Abbas ran fourth and Amelia Eisenschenk earned a fifth-place result.

Ferriera, Kerzman, Jared Jansen, Brandon Halverson and Abbas won the heat races with Rabenberg and Gaige Weldon producing B Main victories.

Brett Martin held the top spot for the first nine laps of the 20-lap Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks feature before Olivier drove underneath him and into the lead in turns three and four on Lap 10. He then held off a charging J.J. Zebell, who hustled from 11 th to second, for his 21 st career win at the track.

"It's great to have a little luck tonight," Olivier said. "Starting position definitely helped tonight, but (I) still had to pass a couple of cars. Man, that car is a rocketship."

Martin rounded out the podium with Ron Howe placing fourth and Billy Prouty fifth.

Howe, Prouty and Zebell each won a heat race.

Next Sunday will be Heiman Fire Equipment Night at Huset's Speedway featuring the Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars, Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks and the Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series.

METRO CONSTRUCTION MEMORIAL DAY DOUBLEHEADER PRESENTED BY DKW TRANSPORT NIGHT 2 RESULTS AT HUSET'S SPEEDWAY (May 27, 2024) -

Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 3-Tim Kaeding (1); 2. 2KS-Chase Randall (3); 3. 25-Daison Pursley (4); 4. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (2); 5. 23-Garet Williamson (5); 6. 88-Austin McCarl (9); 7. 14T-Tim Estenson (8); 8. 13-Mark Dobmeier (17); 9. 27-Carson McCarl (10); 10. 16-Brooke Tatnell (20); 11. 87-Aaron Reutzel (18); 12. 8H-Jade Hastings (7); 13. 55M-Kerry Madsen (6); 14. 11M-Brendan Mullen (16); 15. 44-Chris Martin (22); 16. 14H-Scott Winters (12); 17. 24T-Christopher Thram (15); 18. 17G-Lee Goos Jr (23); 19. 4-Cameron Martin (11); 20. 22-Riley Goodno (24); 21. 81-Stuart Snyder (21); 22. (DNF) 5G-Gage Pulkrabek (13); 23. (DNF) 83JR-Sam Henderson (19); 24. (DNF) 83-Justin Henderson (14).

B Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 81-Stuart Snyder (3); 2. 17G-Lee Goos Jr (5); 3. 36-Jason Martin (4); 4. 09-Matt Juhl (6); 5. 74N-Luke Nellis (2); 6. 8-Jacob Hughes (7); 7. 10-Trevor Serbus (9); 8. 95-Tyler Drueke (8); 9. 10J-Justin Jacobsma (11); 10. 9-Dominic Dobesh (10); 11. (DNS) 3J-Dusty Zomer.

B Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 44-Chris Martin (2); 2. 22-Riley Goodno (3); 3. 17B-Ryan Bickett (1); 4. 64-Andy Pake (5); 5. 96-Blaine Stegenga (4); 6. 22W-Aaron Werner (6); 7. 33B-Scott Broty (8); 8. 55-Brandon Allen (7); 9. 78-Bill Wagner (9).

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 14T-Tim Estenson (2); 2. 3-Tim Kaeding (4); 3. 4-Cameron Martin (1); 4. 27-Carson McCarl (3); 5. 13-Mark Dobmeier (5); 6. 36-Jason Martin (10); 7. 09-Matt Juhl (7); 8. 95-Tyler Drueke (9); 9. 74N-Luke Nellis (6); 10. (DNF) 10J-Justin Jacobsma (8).

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 88-Austin McCarl (2); 2. 25-Daison Pursley (3); 3. 23-Garet Williamson (4); 4. 24T-Christopher Thram (5); 5. 81-Stuart Snyder (7); 6. 17G-Lee Goos Jr (8); 7. 8-Jacob Hughes (6); 8. 10-Trevor Serbus (10); 9. 9-Dominic Dobesh (9); 10. (DNF) 3J-Dusty Zomer (1).

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 8H-Jade Hastings (2); 2. 11M-Brendan Mullen (7); 3. 14H-Scott Winters (1); 4. 83JR-Sam Henderson (6); 5. 17B-Ryan Bickett (9); 6. 44-Chris Martin (5); 7. 96-Blaine Stegenga (8); 8. 22W-Aaron Werner (10); 9. (DNF) 87-Aaron Reutzel (3); 10. (DNF) 83-Justin Henderson (4).

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 2KS-Chase Randall (2); 2. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (3); 3. 5G-Gage Pulkrabek (1); 4. 55M-Kerry Madsen (4); 5. 16-Brooke Tatnell (5); 6. 22-Riley Goodno (6); 7. 64-Andy Pake (7); 8. 55-Brandon Allen (8); 9. 33B-Scott Broty (9); 10. 78-Bill Wagner (10).

Qualifying A (2 Laps): 1. 3-Tim Kaeding, 00:10.895 (1); 2. 23-Garet Williamson, 00:10.945 (4); 3. 27-Carson McCarl, 00:11.027 (3); 4. 25-Daison Pursley, 00:11.030 (20); 5. 14T-Tim Estenson, 00:11.033 (2); 6. 88-Austin McCarl, 00:11.052 (17); 7. 4-Cameron Martin, 00:11.057 (5); 8. 3J-Dusty Zomer, 00:11.083 (16); 9. 13-Mark Dobmeier, 00:11.094 (15); 10. 24T-Christopher Thram, 00:11.095 (12); 11. 74N-Luke Nellis, 00:11.143 (6); 12. 8-Jacob Hughes, 00:11.151 (14); 13. 09-Matt Juhl, 00:11.159 (7); 14. 81-Stuart Snyder, 00:11.163 (18); 15. 10J-Justin Jacobsma, 00:11.295 (13); 16. 17G-Lee Goos Jr, 00:11.315 (9); 17. 95-Tyler Drueke, 00:11.354 (8); 18. 9-Dominic Dobesh, 00:11.487 (11); 19. 36-Jason Martin, 00:11.598 (10); 20. 10-Trevor Serbus, 00:11.816 (19).

Qualifying B (2 Laps): 1. 83-Justin Henderson, 00:11.091 (4); 2. 55M-Kerry Madsen, 00:11.187 (5); 3. 87-Aaron Reutzel, 00:11.227 (10); 4. 22K-Kaleb Johnson, 00:11.352 (8); 5. 8H-Jade Hastings, 00:11.427 (3); 6. 2KS-Chase Randall, 00:11.459 (13); 7. 14H-Scott Winters, 00:11.520 (14); 8. 5G-Gage Pulkrabek, 00:11.551 (11); 9. 44-Chris Martin, 00:11.585 (16); 10. 16-Brooke Tatnell, 00:11.596 (6); 11. 83JR-Sam Henderson, 00:11.687 (9); 12. 22-Riley Goodno, 00:11.743 (2); 13. 11M-Brendan Mullen, 00:11.816 (7); 14. 64-Andy Pake, 00:11.904 (20); 15. 96-Blaine Stegenga, 00:11.974 (1); 16. 55-Brandon Allen, 00:12.178 (18); 17. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 00:12.204 (19); 18. 33B-Scott Broty, 00:12.366 (12); 19. 22W-Aaron Werner, 00:12.905 (17); 20. (DNS) 78-Bill Wagner.

Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 71-Zach Olivier (4); 2. 29Z-JJ Zebell (11); 3. 3M-Brett Martin (2); 4. 21-Ron Howe (1); 5. 51-Billy Prouty (5); 6. 86-Tracy Halouska (9); 7. 33-Garet Deboer (18); 8. 2-Shaun Taylor (16); 9. 55-John Hoing (20); 10. 83-Nick Janssen (6); 11. 15-Brandon Ferguson (3); 12. 83X-Brylee Gough (10); 13. 12-Mike Chaney (8); 14. 40-Tim Dann (17); 15. 98-Dan Jensen (14); 16. 1X-Aaron Foote (15); 17. 1K-Kinzer Glanzer (7); 18. 9-Kyle DeBoer (22); 19. 3-Matt Steuerwald (13); 20. (DNF) 64-Cory Yeigh (12); 21. (DNF) 35K-Brady Klaassen (19); 22. (DNF) 99-Ryan DeBoer (21).

Fastenal Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 21-Ron Howe (1); 2. 71-Zach Olivier (2); 3. 1K-Kinzer Glanzer (3); 4. 83X-Brylee Gough (5); 5. 3-Matt Steuerwald (7); 6. 2-Shaun Taylor (4); 7. 35K-Brady Klaassen (8); 8. 9-Kyle DeBoer (6).

Midwest Oil / VP Fuels Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 51-Billy Prouty (2); 2. 3M-Brett Martin (1); 3. 12-Mike Chaney (3); 4. 86-Tracy Halouska (4); 5. 98-Dan Jensen (5); 6. 40-Tim Dann (7); 7. 55-John Hoing (6).

Midwest Oil / VP Fuels Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 29Z-JJ Zebell (5); 2. 15-Brandon Ferguson (1); 3. 83-Nick Janssen (2); 4. 64-Cory Yeigh (6); 5. 1X-Aaron Foote (4); 6. 33-Garet Deboer (7); 7. 99-Ryan DeBoer (3).

Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 45-Monty Ferriera (1); 2. 3K-Jeremy Kerzman (2); 3. 18-Tyler Rabenberg (16); 4. 17V-Casey Abbas (5); 5. 1-Amelia Eisenschenk (3); 6. 48-Cole Olson (4); 7. 34DD-Brady Donnohue (9); 8. 19B-Jack Berger (11); 9. 67-Dan Carsrud (6); 10. 23-Brandon Bosma (12); 11. 81-Jared Jansen (7); 12. 13MJ-Brandon Halverson (10); 13. 15V-Cole Vanderheiden (14); 14. 32-Trefer Waller (15); 15. 03-Shayle Bade (18); 16. 13G-Gaige Weldon (17); 17. 6B-Bayley Ballenger (8); 18. 91-Andrew Sullivan (13); 19. 2D-Dusty Ballenger (19); 20. X-Dylan Waxdahl (20); 21. 3J-Jeridan Jordahl (21).

B Feature 1 (8 Laps): 1. 18-Tyler Rabenberg (1); 2. 03-Shayle Bade (2); 3. X-Dylan Waxdahl (6); 4. 15-Laela Eisenschenk (4); 5. 23V-Michalob Voeltz (3); 6. 7L-Jesse Lindberg (5); 7. 18E-Corbin Erickson (10); 8. 69-Mike Moore (9); 9. 80P-Jacob Peterson (7); 10. 17D-Dillon Bickett (8); 11. (DNS) 23L-Aydin Lloyd.

B Feature 2 (8 Laps): 1. 13G-Gaige Weldon (1); 2. 2D-Dusty Ballenger (3); 3. 3J-Jeridan Jordahl (2); 4. 31-Koby Werkmeister (5); 5. 28-Nicholas Winter (4); 6. 3-Jeremiah Jordahl (6); 7. (DNF) 14-Nick Barger (9); 8. (DNF) 28G-Gracyn Masur (7); 9. (DNF) 35-Jeff Lackey (8); 10. (DNS) 62J-Jay Masur; 11. (DNS) 12L-John Lambertz.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 45-Monty Ferriera (1); 2. 67-Dan Carsrud (3); 3. 19B-Jack Berger (2); 4. 18-Tyler Rabenberg (7); 5. 15-Laela Eisenschenk (5); 6. X-Dylan Waxdahl (4); 7. 69-Mike Moore (8); 8. 18E-Corbin Erickson (6).

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 3K-Jeremy Kerzman (1); 2. 1-Amelia Eisenschenk (2); 3. 23-Brandon Bosma (5); 4. 03-Shayle Bade (6); 5. 7L-Jesse Lindberg (4); 6. 80P-Jacob Peterson (7); 7. (DNF) 23L-Aydin Lloyd (3).

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 81-Jared Jansen (4); 2. 34DD-Brady Donnohue (6); 3. 91-Andrew Sullivan (2); 4. 23V-Michalob Voeltz (3); 5. 2D-Dusty Ballenger (7); 6. 17D-Dillon Bickett (5); 7. 28G-Gracyn Masur (1).

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 13MJ-Brandon Halverson (6); 2. 48-Cole Olson (2); 3. 15V-Cole Vanderheiden (7); 4. 13G-Gaige Weldon (4); 5. 28-Nicholas Winter (5); 6. (DNF) 35-Jeff Lackey (8); 7. (DNF) 62J-Jay Masur (1); 8. (DNF) 12L-John Lambertz (3).

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 17V-Casey Abbas (2); 2. 6B-Bayley Ballenger (4); 3. 32-Trefer Waller (6); 4. 3J-Jeridan Jordahl (3); 5. 31-Koby Werkmeister (7); 6. 3-Jeremiah Jordahl (1); 7. (DNF) 14-Nick Barger (5).

2024 HUSET'S SPEEDWAY WEEKLY DIVISION FEATURE WINNERS -

Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars :

Tyler Drueke- 1(May 19); Tim Kaeding - 1 (May 27); and Daison Pursley - 1 (May 26)

Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks:

Brylee Gough- 1(May 19); Zach Olivier - 1 (May 27); and Cory Yeigh - 1 (May 26)

Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series:

Dusty Ballenger- 1(May 19); Monty Ferriera - 1 (May 27); and Cole Vanderheiden - 1 (May 26)

UP NEXT -

Sunday for Heiman Fire Equipment Night featuring the Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars, the Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks and the Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series

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Sprint Car Challenge Tour – 39 Entries
Marysville Raceway
May 25, 2024

A Feature 35 Laps

1. 4SA-Justin Sanders[3]; 2. 83T-Tanner Carrick[1]; 3. 21-Shane Hopkins[10]; 4. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[4]; 5. 35-Sean Becker[7]; 6. 92-Andy Forsberg[11]; 7. 61-Travis Labat[8]; 8. 10-Dominic Gorden[15]; 9. 2A-Austin Wood[6]; 10. 55D-Dawson Hammes[20]; 11. 11S-Steel Powell[23]; 12. 54S-Drake Standley[19]; 13. 94TH-Braden Chiaramonte[12]; 14. 56C-Carson Hammes[24]; 15. 25S-Seth Standley[18]; 16. 9L-Luke Hayes[16]; 17. 5-Kenny Wanderstadt[17]; 18. 54X-Ryan Bernal[21]; 19. 5R-Ryan Rocha[14]; 20. 5V-Colby Copeland[5]; 21. 88-Austin Torgerson[22]; 22. X1-Michael Faccinto[2]; 23. 15-Nick Parker[9]; 24. 17W-Shane Golobic[13]

B Feature 12 Laps

1. 54X-Ryan Bernal[1]; 2. 88-Austin Torgerson[2]; 3. 11S-Steel Powell[3]; 4. 56C-Carson Hammes[4]; 5. 81-William Fielding[15]; 6. 24S-Izaak Sharp[8]; 7. 57B-Bobby Butler[12]; 8. 28-Gauge Garcia[9]; 9. 15X-Pat Harvey Jr[16]; 10. 91J-John Sullivan[11]; 11. 76-Jennifer Osborne[10]; 12. 24K-Koa Crane[7]; 13. 21W-Josh Wiesz[13]; 14. 34-Dakota Albright[17]; 15. 14-Mariah Ede[5]; 16. 54-Carson Hall[6]; 17. 18P-Jack Phillips[14]

Dash 6 Laps

1. 83T-Tanner Carrick[1]; 2. X1-Michael Faccinto[3]; 3. 4SA-Justin Sanders[2]; 4. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[4]; 5. 5V-Colby Copeland[8]; 6. 2A-Austin Wood[7]; 7. 35-Sean Becker[6]; 8. 61-Travis Labat[5]

Heat 1 10 Laps

1. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield[1]; 2. 4SA-Justin Sanders[4]; 3. 92-Andy Forsberg[2]; 4. 17W-Shane Golobic[7]; 5. 5-Kenny Wanderstadt[5]; 6. 11S-Steel Powell[9]; 7. 24K-Koa Crane[8]; 8. 91J-John Sullivan[10]; 9. 54X-Ryan Bernal[3]; 10. 81-William Fielding[6]

Heat 2 10 Laps

1. 61-Travis Labat[3]; 2. 15-Nick Parker[1]; 3. 35-Sean Becker[4]; 4. 10-Dominic Gorden[5]; 5. 54S-Drake Standley[2]; 6. 14-Mariah Ede[9]; 7. 28-Gauge Garcia[7]; 8. 21W-Josh Wiesz[8]; 9. 8JR-Brian McGahan Jr[6]

Heat 3 10 Laps

1. 83T-Tanner Carrick[4]; 2. 2A-Austin Wood[1]; 3. 94TH-Braden Chiaramonte[3]; 4. 5R-Ryan Rocha[8]; 5. 25S-Seth Standley[6]; 6. 56C-Carson Hammes[7]; 7. 24S-Izaak Sharp[9]; 8. 57B-Bobby Butler[5]; 9. 88-Austin Torgerson[2]; 10. 34-Dakota Albright[10]

Heat 4 10 Laps

1. 5V-Colby Copeland[1]; 2. 21-Shane Hopkins[2]; 3. X1-Michael Faccinto[4]; 4. 9L-Luke Hayes[3]; 5. 55D-Dawson Hammes[7]; 6. 54-Carson Hall[5]; 7. 76-Jennifer Osborne[8]; 8. 18P-Jack Phillips[6]; 9. 15X-Pat Harvey Jr[9]

Qualifying A 2 Laps

1. 4SA-Justin Sanders, 00:12.446[19]; 2. 35-Sean Becker, 00:12.658[2]; 3. 83V-Dylan Bloomfield, 00:12.707[7]; 4. 15-Nick Parker, 00:12.791[6]; 5. 92-Andy Forsberg, 00:12.803[5]; 6. 54S-Drake Standley, 00:12.812[12]; 7. 54X-Ryan Bernal, 00:12.867[16]; 8. 61-Travis Labat, 00:12.912[11]; 9. 5-Kenny Wanderstadt, 00:13.034[18]; 10. 10-Dominic Gorden, 00:13.042[13]; 11. 81-William Fielding, 00:13.043[1]; 12. 8JR-Brian McGahan Jr, 00:13.066[9]; 13. 17W-Shane Golobic, 00:13.110[14]; 14. 28-Gauge Garcia, 00:13.301[15]; 15. 24K-Koa Crane, 00:13.329[10]; 16. 21W-Josh Wiesz, 00:13.335[4]; 17. 11S-Steel Powell, 00:13.399[8]; 18. 14-Mariah Ede, 00:13.489[3]; 19. 91J-John Sullivan, 00:14.067[17]

Qualifying B 2 Laps

1. 83T-Tanner Carrick, 00:12.637[2]; 2. X1-Michael Faccinto, 00:12.657[18]; 3. 2A-Austin Wood, 00:12.817[6]; 4. 5V-Colby Copeland, 00:12.845[4]; 5. 88-Austin Torgerson, 00:12.894[9]; 6. 21-Shane Hopkins, 00:12.897[10]; 7. 94TH-Braden Chiaramonte, 00:12.904[7]; 8. 9L-Luke Hayes, 00:12.985[1]; 9. 57B-Bobby Butler, 00:13.114[12]; 10. 54-Carson Hall, 00:13.138[5]; 11. 25S-Seth Standley, 00:13.183[11]; 12. 18P-Jack Phillips, 00:13.243[13]; 13. 56C-Carson Hammes, 00:13.308[16]; 14. 55D-Dawson Hammes, 00:13.375[19]; 15. 5R-Ryan Rocha, 00:13.389[3]; 16. 76-Jennifer Osborne, 00:13.483[17]; 17. 24S-Izaak Sharp, 00:13.683[14]; 18. 15X-Pat Harvey Jr, 00:14.167[15]; 19. 34-Dakota Albright, 00:14.370[8]
Image courtesy of AS Photography

 

 

John Carroll Classic Win to Starks By - Kaleb Hart

5/25/24

Alger, WA - After a two week absence from the top step of the podium, Trey Starks returned to his winning ways on Saturday night at Skagit Speedway by winning the IRI / Follman Agency John Carroll Classic at Skagit Speedway.

The $5,000 to win John Carroll Classic feature for the Kartmart 410 Sprint Cars began with Robbie Price rocketing out to an early lead with Jesse Scholtfeldt in pursuit. An early caution for last week’s feature winner Landon Brooks brought the field to an early caution and on the subsequent restart, Schlotfeldt made a huge bid for the lead that resulted in his car flipping in turn four, ending his night. Price again set the pace on the restart with Colby Thornhill and Trey Starks following him until a lap 10 caution for three driver wreck slowed the field again. With the Skagit Speedway back straightaway restart in play, Thornhill tried a huge move to the low side of turn four that stuck on the restart, giving him the lead at the conclusion of lap 11. Robbie would also drop a spot to Starks and while trying to roll back forward, spun out on the bottom of turn two on lap 12 to draw another yellow flag. On the next back straightaway restart, it was Starks giving Thornhill a dose of his own medicine, barreling to the inside of corners three and four to take the lead. From there, it was Starks’ race to win as he rolled to victory lane. Jason Solwold and Justin Youngquist had a fantastic battle for second with Youngquist getting the better of Jason at the end. Schlotfeldt was the quick qualifier for the second straight week, while heat wins went to Brooks, Thornhill and Price.

The third week of racing for the Sportsman Sprints gave us our third different winner of the year. Jesson Jacobson pulled off a clean sweep of the night, setting quick time and winning his heat race before leading every lap of the main event unchallenged. Alden Ostrom collected his third podium finish of the year by running second and Chris Foster came home in third place for the second time on the year. Ostrom was the other heat race winner.

The NW Focus Midgets made their 2024 season debut at Skagit Speedway on Saturday night. Ashley Thompson led the first seven laps of the main event before losing the lead to Tanner Holm. Holm held the top spot until lap 18 when something went wrong mechanically on the car, forcing him to the pits. The lead transferred to Hannah Lindquist who had Alex Peck right on her tail. Peck looked for every path past Hannah, but in the end it was Lindquist getting her first win on dirt since a nasty wreck in Placerville in 2019 that cost her a year of her career. Peck would take second and it was Jared Peterson racing from 13th to third rounding out the podium. Heat wins went to Holm, Tyler Luce and Brian Holmkvist.

Karmart 410 Sprint Cars - 19 Entries

Fast Time - Jesse Schlotfeldt 11.008

Heat 1 - Landon Brooks

Heat 2 - Colby Thornhill

Heat 3 - Robbie Price

Main - Trey Starks, Justin Youngquist, Jason Solwold, Colby Thornhill, Landon Brooks, Robbie Price, Eric Fisher, Bailey Jean, Evan Margeson, Tyler Anderson, Axel Oudman, Mike Brown, Greg Otis, Brock Lemley, Dan Reynold, Shawn Wallenfelsz Jr, Lane Taylor, Cam Smith, Jesse Schlotfeldt

Lap Leaders - Price 1-10 Thornhill 11-12 Starks 13-30

Sportsman Sprints - 17 Entries

Fast Time - Jesson Jacobson 11.942

Heat 1 - Jesson Jacobson

Heat 2 - Alden Ostrom

Main - Jesson Jacobson, Alden Ostrom, Chris Foster, Jayden Whitney, Kai Dixon, Keira Zylstra, Brody Ferguson, Steve Parker, Mike Brown, Dustin Gehring, Brian Holmkvist, Tanner Merritt, Zoey Tupper, Allison Johnson

Lap Leaders - Jacobson 1-25

NW Focus Midgets - 29 Entries

Heat 1 - Brian Holmkvist

Heat 2 - Tyler Luce

Heat 3 - Tanner Holm

B Main - Chad Kincaid, Todd Hartmann, Doug Davenport, Randy Schaaf, Jonathan Jorgenson, Ryan Orchard, Gary Wegener, David Mills, Austin Carey, Chris Cort, Bryanna Peterson

A Main - Hannah Lindquist, Alex Peck, Jared Peterson, Ashley Thompson, Tyler Luce, Nick Evans, Levi Harless, Kyle Hanson, Chuck Pierce, Brian Holmkvist, Brad Pritchard, Doug Davenport, Chad Kincaid, Todd Hartmann, Ayuka Carlson, Tanner Holm, Bryan Murphy, Eric Turner

Lap Leaders - Thompson 1-7 Holm 8-17 Lindquist 18-25

 

 

HUTTON DRIVES THROUGH TO TAKE SECOND WIN OF SEASON AT WEEDSPORT

By: Marty Czekala - May 27, 2024

WEEDSPORT, N.Y. – Jordan Hutton recorded his second win of the A-Verdi Storage Containers CRSA Sprints at Weedsport to kick off the I-90 Pit Stop Challenge.

It is the first time Hutton pushed onto Victory Hill and the 10th time he has won a CRSA feature, putting him in sole possession of eighth all-time.

"I remember I was a little kid watching the race with my uncle sitting in the stands [at Weedsport]," said Hutton to DIRTVision post-race. "To win, especially with a sprint car, is a dream come true."

Hutton took the lead with 11 to go when race leader Bobby Parrow had a rear-end break and went up the track. The No. 66 made contact with the No. 80, sending Hutton's front end off the ground for a split second.

"I saw my car pointed up at the sky with my foot on the brake," Hutton explained. "I was trying to enter in and go above him in [turn one]. That was a pucker-up moment right there."

Scott Landers and Steven Glover brought the field to green for the 25-lap feature. Glover led the opening five laps, but under red flag conditions, Blake Warner and Daryl Ruggles flipped and Glover leaked fuel, putting the No. 121's night to an end.

Bobby Parrow eventually took the lead after he was scored second at the red flag. With Hutton and Jeff Trombley breathing down his neck, the leader was about to approach lapped traffic on lap 13 until a yellow for Alysha Bay with a left front issue.

That would lead to pandemonium the following lap when Parrow's rear end broke and Hutton contacted Parrow. Trombley would take the lead for a few seconds before the yellow for Parrow, giving Hutton the lead.

"Air Jordan" would not look back as he won by 2.3s over Jeff Trombley. However, the final three laps made Hutton nervous as he reported post-race that his engine was expiring with no oil pressure and a hot temp.

"I knew on restarts I could push it and try in and settle with my motor," Hutton said. "Once I saw lapped traffic, I said, 'it's go time' and kept watching the big screen to see where Trombley was and settle it and keep the motor all right."

Jeff Trombley recorded his second straight top-five and is now second all-time in top-fives with 54. A win tonight would've tied him with Danny Varin, Scott Goodrich and Josh Pieniazek for all-time wins with 14.

"I was good on the longer run," Trombley said post-race. "I was good with lapped traffic, but both times when we passed them, the yellow came out. Jordan ran good, he had a great car."

Scott Landers finished third, his first podium since Aug. 2023 at Woodhull and his third in his career. After winning his first heat race of the year, he hoped his son Josh would draw a good number and a pole. His wish came true.

"We had a good run," Landers said. "I think we had a better car than a better driver. We're happy with the finish and putting the car back in the trailer with no issues."

Zach Sobotka was rewarded with the Maguire Family of Dealerships Magnificent Move of the Race for his second eighth-place finish in two starts.

Billy VanInwegen was the Powdertech Powdercoating Hard Charger of the Race. After having motor issues in his heat race, Billy V started 24th and finished seventh, up 17 spots.

A series record 42 drivers checked in tonight at Weedsport, beating the 38 Land of Legends Raceway held last week.

Next weekend, CRSA has its first 2-in-2 at Afton Fairgrounds Speedway Friday and Fonda Speedway Saturday, as part of the Joe's Garage Southern Tier Series and I-90 Pit Stop Challenge, respectively.

Feature (25 Laps): 1. 66-Jordan Hutton[4]; 2. 3A-Jeff Trombley[7]; 3. 33-Scott Landers[1]; 4. 8-Dillon Paddock[6]; 5. 4s-Johnny Smith[14]; 6. 53-Shawn Donath[9]; 7. 56v-Billy VanInwegen[24]; 8. 21z-Zach Sobotka[20]; 9. 29-Dalton Herrick[10]; 10. 99D-Adam Depuy[11]; 11. 52-Matt Billings[21]; 12. 22-Tomy Moreau[12]; 13. 99k-Mike Kiser[19]; 14. 28-Ron Greek[22]; 15. 9k-Kyle Pierce[23]; 16. 18c-Dan Craun[26]; 17. 410-Jerry Sehn Jr.[25]; 18. J27-John Cunningham[18]; 19. 80-Bobby Parrow[5]; 20. 25g-Tyler Graves[15]; 21. 48a-Alysha Bay[13]; 22. 14x-Lance Dusett[17]; 23. 121 Steve Glover[2]; 24. 48jr-Darryl Ruggles[16]; 25. 21b-Blake Warner[3]; 26. 10-Nathan Pierce[8]

B-Main 1 (8 Laps): 1. 99k-Mike Kiser[1]; 2. 52-Matt Billings[2]; 3. 22m-Aaron Shelton[4]; 4. 88c-Chad Miller[5]; 5. D9-Dustin Sehn[3]; 6. 14-James Layton[6]; 7. 18-Timmy Lotz[7]; 8. 9-Alan Buchanan[8]; (DNS) 17E-Ethan Gray; 48c-Mark Connoly

B-Main 2 (8 Laps): 1. 28-Ron Greek[1]; 2. 56v-Billy VanInwegen[8]; 3. 410-Jerry Sehn Jr.[5]; 4. 66T-Tyler Emmons[10]; 5. 4p-Cliff Pierce[6]; 6. 18c-Dan Craun[3]; 7. 19em-Emily VanInwegen[8]; 8. 1ny-Mark Reynolds[2]; 9. Z28-Tucker Donath[4]; 10. 54-Fred Proctor[7]

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 22-Tomy Moreau[2]; 2. 3A-Jeff Trombley[4]; 3. 121-Steve Glover[8]; 4. 48A-Alysha Bay[7]; 5. D9-Dustin Sehn[1]; 6. Z28-Tucker Donath[3]; 7. 14-James Layton[5]; 8. (DNF) 56V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[6]; 9. (DNS) 19EM-Emily VanInwegen

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 80-Bobby Parrow[4]; 2. 14X-Lance Dusett[1]; 3. 21Z-Zach Sobotka[2]; 4. 4S-Johnny Smith[7]; 5. 52-Matt Billings[6]; 6. 88C-Chad Miller[3]; 7. 4-Cliff Pierce[5]; 8. 9-Alan Buchanan[8]; 9. 48C-Mark Connoly[9]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 33-Scott Landers[1]; 2. 8-Dillon Paddock[6]; 3. 10-Nathan Pierce[8]; 4. 25G-Tyler Graves[7]; 5. 1NY-Mark Reynolds[3]; 6. 22M-Aaron Shelton[5]; 7. 12-Tyler Chartrand[2]; 8. (DNS) 17E-Ethan Gray

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 99D-Adam Depuy[1]; 2. 21B-Blake Warner[6]; 3. J27-John Cunningham[4]; 4. 48JR-Darryl Ruggles[7]; 5. 99-Mike Kiser[8]; 6. 410-Jerry Sehn Jr[2]; 7. 18-Timmy Lotz[5]; 8. 66T-Tyler Emmons[3]

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 66-Jordan Hutton[1]; 2. 53-Shawn Donath[4]; 3. 29-Dalton Herrick[5]; 4. 9K-Kyle Pierce[2]; 5. 28-Ron Greek[7]; 6. 18C-Dan Craun[6]; 7. 54-Fred Proctor[3]; 8. (DNS) 30-Kirsten Dombroski

The A-Verdi Storage Containers CRSA Sprints are powered by Super Gen Products. Associate sponsors for 2024 include Pit Stop Convenience Stores, DisBatch Brewing Company, Dandy, Joe's Garage, Westward Painting Company, the Maguire Family of Dealerships, Powdertech Powdercoating, PJC Sprayfoam, Profab Enterprises, Magsarus Ignitions, Hoosier Racing Tire, Insinger Performance with their Stinger Race Fuel, My Race Pass and is owned and operated by Mike Emhof Motorsports.

For more information on the series, results and points, please visit our website, www.crsa.myracepass.com.

 

 

Dustin Selvage Stops Nienhiser’s Streak with Sprint Invaders at 34 Raceway!
by Bill Wright

West Burlington, IA, May 26, 2024 – Dustin Selvage made a deal with car owner Jimmy Davies that resulted in victory with the Mohrfeld Solar Sprint Invaders Sunday night at 34 Raceway in West Burlington, Iowa. The Indianola, Iowa native claimed his fifth career feature win with the series at 34 Raceway, which ties him for tops all-time with Matt Rogerson, Jerrod Hull and Paul Nienhiser. The win paid him $2,000, and ended Nienhiser’s bid for three wins in a row with the series. It was the first win for Davies’ #99 car since 2020 at the same track with Josh Schneiderman.

Allan Woods, on a brief holiday to the United States from his native Queensland in Australia led early in the 25-lap main event, followed by Selvage, Colton Fisher, Nienhiser and Ryan Jamison. Woods was into lapped traffic by lap seven, but performed a 360 spin, sending him to the tail, and ending his good run at that point.

Selvage inherited the lead, and took off well on the restart after a pair of cautions for Chase Richards and Alex Vande Voort over Fisher, Nienhiser, Cody Wehrle and Jamison. Soon, Tasker Phillips had jumped from seventh to fifth and was threatening for fourth when he drove over the top of turns one and two, losing several spots.

Up front, Selvage was back in traffic on lap 13 and Fisher was gaining on him. Fisher had one shot before a final caution came out for a slowed Alan Zoutte with just four laps to go. Selvage pulled away, followed by Fisher. Wehrle grabbed third and Phillips came back to grab fourth from Nienhiser. Bunton would also get by on the last lap claiming fifth. Nienhiser, Vande Voort, back from the rear, Jamison, Tyler Lee and hard-charger Tanner Gebhardt rounded out the top ten. Phillips, Jamison and Woods won heats, while Selvage won the Dash.

“It was kind of the disadvantage of being the leader,” said Selvage about his trip through traffic when Fisher drew near. “My pace slowed way up and I knew I was going to see somebody, so it was time to get aggressive with the lappers. When we first came down here with the Invaders, we got a lot of laps here. This track, when it gets slick like this, it gets technical, and I’ve been doing this 20 years, so I’ve learned a thing or two about when to push it and when to relax and let the race come to you. Jimmy’s kind of in between drivers, so he called me this week, and I said absolutely. He and all his guys gave me a phenomenal car all night long.”

“The car felt good,” said Fisher of his second place run in his family car. “It was our first time out this year with the 11 car. We ran the same stuff last year, so I knew what to go with. I have to thank Matt Kinney for giving me a motor to run this next month while I wait for mine to get done. The track got technical. You could run the curb or run a diamond through the middle. Once we got to lapped traffic, we were moving well and could move around. I knew it was going to get hairy when I saw cars two-wide. Selvage was getting choked up. That’s when you wait for a hole to open up, or make your own hole. Unfortunately, we had a yellow there that cost us another shot.”

“It was a great race,” said Wehrle. “That was exciting the whole way through. You had to be ready to go and ready to cover anything at any point in time. I needed a couple more cautions. The farther along it got, the better we were. I want to thank all my guys for the hard work that they put in, and Andy (Huston) for letting me do this.”

On Sunday, June 2, the Sprint Invaders join the Malvern Bank 360 Sprint Series at the Stuart Speedway in Stuart, Iowa. For more information on the Sprint Invaders, visit www.SprintInvaders.net or visit us on Facebook.

Mohrfeld Solar Sprint Invaders Results

Shottenkirk Automotive Group A main (started), 25 laps: 1. 99, Dustin Selvage, Indianola, IA (1) 2. 11, Colton Fisher, Mediapolis, IA (4) 3. 40c, Cody Wehrle, Burlington, IA (7) 4. 1TAZ, Tasker Phillips, Pleasantville, IA (5) 5. 6R, Ryan Bunton, Morton, IL (8) 6. 50, Paul Nienhiser, Chapin, IL (3) 7. 5A, Alex Vande Voort, Knoxville, IA (11) 8. 51J, Ryan Jamison, Mediapolis, IA (6) 9. 7, Tyler Lee, Cedar Rapids, IA (10) 10. 81, Tanner Gebhardt, Burlington, IA (17) 11. 62, Jake Glasgow, Burlington, IA (15) 12. 28w, Allan Woods, Brisbane, QLD, Aust. (2) 13. 71, Brandon Worthington, Indianola, IA (16) 14. 31, McCain Richards, Burlington, IA (18) 15. 33, Alan Zoutte, Knoxville, IA (13) 16. 2A, Austin Archdale, Brimfield, IL (14) 17. 4x, Chase Richards, Burlington, IA (9) 18. 16, Dustin Clark, Agency, IA (12) 19. 17, Nate Parks, Burlington, IA (19) Lap Leaders: Woods 1-7, Selvage 8-25. $75 Christine Wahl-Levitt/KSE Hard-charger: Gebhardt.

Randall’s Performance Heat one (started), 8 laps: 1. Tasker Phillips (4) 2. Ryan Bunton (1) 3. Paul Nienhiser (5) 4. Alex Vande Voort (3) 5. Jake Glasgow (2) 6. Nate Parks (6) DNS – Tanner Gebhardt

Joshua Denning & Associates Heat two (started), 8 laps: 1. Ryan Jamison (2) 2. Dustin Selvage (5) 3. Tyler Lee (3) 4. Chase Richards (6) 5. Alan Zoutte (4) 6. Brandon Worthington (1)

Morning Sun Farm Implement Heat three (started), 8 laps: 1. Allan Woods (2) 2. Colton Fisher (4) 3. Cody Wehrle (5) 4. Dustin Clark (1) 5. Austin Archdale (3) DNS – McCain Richards

Agriland FS Dash (started), 6 laps: 1. Dustin Selvage (1) 2. Allan Woods (2) 3. Paul Nienhiser (4) 4. Colton Fisher (6) 5. Tasker Phillips (5) 6. Ryan Jamison (3)

Contingencies

King Racing Products – Ryan Bunton
DMI – Paul Nienhiser
Saldana Racing Products – Tanner Gebhardt
BMRS – Tasker Phillips

 

 

Pursley, Vanderheiden and Yeigh Produce Wins at Huset's Speedway During Opening Night of Metro Construction Memorial Day Doubleheader Presented by DKW Transport

Inside Line Promotions - BRANDON, S.D. (May 26, 2024) - Daison Pursley, Cole Vanderheiden and Cory Yeigh constructed victorious performances on Sunday night at Huset's Speedway, which welcomed more than 100 entrants during the opening night of the Metro Construction Memorial Day Doubleheader presented by DKW Transport.

Pursley etched his name into the Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars winner's list as he led all 25 laps for his first career triumph at the track.

"That was really, really fun there," he said. "Thankfully I drew the (number) one and that made my job a lot easier. I got lucky and started on the front row here tonight and was able to put 25 good laps together."

Five cautions in the first 14 laps mostly kept Pursley out of traffic, but the final dozen laps were without a caution. Pursley found traffic with eight laps remaining and Kerry Madsen was all over his bumper throughout the final five laps, but Pursley hit his marks effectively.

"I had a pretty good car," Madsen said. "It was good to have a good night."

Jade Hastings rounded out the podium with a third-place showing.

"It feels really good," he said. "A lot of heavy hitters here tonight. My goal was just to get a top five. I'm pretty dang happy."

Tim Kaeding hustled from 13 th to fourth and Garet Williamson posted a fifth-place result.

Madsen and Williamson both set quick time during their respective qualifying groups before Madsen, Aaron Reutzel, Austin McCarl and Justin Henderson recorded heat race wins. Carson McCarl and Mark Dobmeier were the B Main winners.

Logan Domagala paced the field for the first 11 laps of the 20-lap Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series A Main before eighth-starting Vanderheiden made the race-winning pass in turns three and four on Lap 12 en route to his first career victory at Huset's Speedway.

"This is the best thing that's ever (happened) in my life," he said following an electric celebration. "This feels amazing.

"Starting in the back you have to be patient on the start. We found our way slowly and got to the front and I think I checked out."

Tyler Rabenberg advanced from seventh to score a second-place result. Domagala was third with Gaige Weldon ending fourth and Bayley Ballenger fifth.

The heat races were won by Domagala, Weldon, Brandon Bosma, Trefer Waller and Brandon Halverson. Nicholas Winter and Koby Werkmeister each captured a B Main.

Shaun Taylor led the first half of the 20-lap Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks main event before Yeigh made the outside work in turn four on Lap 11 to power into the top spot. Yeigh, who started fifth and had worked into the runner-up position before the lone caution on Lap 7, stayed out front for the final 10 laps to garner his 20 th career victory at the track.

"We had a lot of broken parts last week after I tried knocking down the wall," he quipped. "This will help pay for some of that.

"When I was a kid growing up I never thought I'd win one let alone 20."

Taylor finished second with J.J. Zebell placing third, Mike Chaney fourth and 14th-starting Tim Dann fifth.

Taylor, Chaney and Ron Howe were the heat race winners.

The Metro Construction Memorial Day Doubleheader presented by DKW Transport finale is Monday with the main gates opening at 5 p.m. and racing scheduled for 7:30 p.m. The Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars, Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks and the Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series will all be in action.

METRO CONSTRUCTION MEMORIAL DAY DOUBLEHEADER PRESENTED BY DKW TRANSPORT NIGHT 1 RESULTS AT HUSET'S SPEEDWAY (May 26, 2024) -

Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 25-Daison Pursley (1); 2. 55V-Kerry Madsen (6); 3. 8H-Jade Hastings (2); 4. 3-Tim Kaeding (13); 5. 23-Garet Williamson (7); 6. 87-Aaron Reutzel (8); 7. 88-Austin McCarl (3); 8. 83-Justin Henderson (5); 9. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (12); 10. 16-Brooke Tatnell (9); 11. 24T-Christopher Thram (11); 12. 74N-Luke Nellis (14); 13. 83JR-Sam Henderson (10); 14. 22-Riley Goodno (25); 15. 95-Tyler Drueke (24); 16. 09-Matt Juhl (17); 17. 8-Jack Croaker (16); 18. 64-Andy Pake (18); 19. 11M-Brendan Mullen (23); 20. 13-Mark Dobmeier (22); 21. 14H-Scott Winters (20); 22. 27-Carson McCarl (21); 23. 5G-Gage Pulkrabek (19); 24. 17B-Ryan Bickett (26); 25. 4-Cameron Martin (15); 26. (DNF) 2KS-Chase Randall (4).

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 27-Carson McCarl (1); 2. 11M-Brendan Mullen (6); 3. 10J-Justin Jacobsma (2); 4. 96-Blaine Stegenga (3); 5. 17B-Ryan Bickett (4); 6. 10X-Trevor Serbus (10); 7. 8J-Jacob Hughes (5); 8. 14T-Tim Estenson (7); 9. 17G-Lee Goos Jr (12); 10. 33B-Scott Broty (8); 11. 22W-Aaron Werner (11); 12. (DNS) 8X-Micah Slendy.

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 13-Mark Dobmeier (2); 2. 95-Tyler Drueke (3); 3. 81-Stuart Snyder (1); 4. 22-Riley Goodno (5); 5. 3J-Dusty Zomer (4); 6. 44-Chris Martin (7); 7. 55-Brandon Allen (8); 8. 36-Jason Martin (6); 9. 05-Colin Smith (9); 10. 9-Dominic Dobesh (10); 11. 78-Bill Wagner (11).

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 55V-Kerry Madsen (4); 2. 25-Daison Pursley (3); 3. 24T-Christopher Thram (1); 4. 16-Brooke Tatnell (2); 5. 64-Andy Pake (5); 6. 17B-Ryan Bickett (7); 7. 11M-Brendan Mullen (9); 8. 14T-Tim Estenson (8); 9. 10J-Justin Jacobsma (6); 10. 10X-Trevor Serbus (10); 11. 22W-Aaron Werner (11).

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 87-Aaron Reutzel (4); 2. 8H-Jade Hastings (3); 3. 74N-Luke Nellis (1); 4. 14H-Scott Winters (7); 5. 96-Blaine Stegenga (9); 6. 8J-Jacob Hughes (8); 7. 09-Matt Juhl (2); 8. 33B-Scott Broty (10); 9. (DNF) 8X-Micah Slendy (11); 10. (DNF) 27-Carson McCarl (5); 11. (DNF) 17G-Lee Goos Jr (6).

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 88-Austin McCarl (2); 2. 3-Tim Kaeding (5); 3. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (1); 4. 23-Garet Williamson (4); 5. 2KS-Chase Randall (3); 6. 3J-Dusty Zomer (7); 7. 13-Mark Dobmeier (6); 8. 36-Jason Martin (8); 9. 55-Brandon Allen (9); 10. 9-Dominic Dobesh (10); 11. 78-Bill Wagner (11).

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 83-Justin Henderson (4); 2. 83JR-Sam Henderson (1); 3. 8-Jack Croaker (5); 4. 5G-Gage Pulkrabek (6); 5. 95-Tyler Drueke (8); 6. 4-Cameron Martin (3); 7. 22-Riley Goodno (9); 8. 44-Chris Martin (7); 9. 05-Colin Smith (10); 10. 81-Stuart Snyder (2).

Qualifying A (2 Laps): 1. 55V-Kerry Madsen, 00:10.899 (14); 2. 87-Aaron Reutzel, 00:10.943 (6); 3. 25-Daison Pursley, 00:10.982 (1); 4. 8H-Jade Hastings, 00:11.090 (5); 5. 16-Brooke Tatnell, 00:11.182 (11); 6. 09-Matt Juhl, 00:11.247 (12); 7. 24T-Christopher Thram, 00:11.255 (9); 8. 74N-Luke Nellis, 00:11.290 (8); 9. 64-Andy Pake, 00:11.292 (13); 10. 27-Carson McCarl, 00:11.321 (3); 11. 10J-Justin Jacobsma, 00:11.388 (18); 12. 17G-Lee Goos Jr, 00:11.396 (4); 13. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 00:11.397 (19); 14. 14H-Scott Winters, 00:11.405 (7); 15. 14T-Tim Estenson, 00:11.438 (17); 16. 8J-Jacob Hughes, 00:11.444 (21); 17. 11M-Brendan Mullen, 00:11.478 (22); 18. 96-Blaine Stegenga, 00:11.634 (2); 19. 10X-Trevor Serbus, 00:11.653 (16); 20. 33B-Scott Broty, 00:11.690 (20); 21. 22W-Aaron Werner, 00:11.693 (15); 22. 8X-Micah Slendy, 00:12.085 (10).

Qualifying B (2 Laps): 1. 23-Garet Williamson, 00:10.951 (2); 2. 83-Justin Henderson, 00:10.985 (7); 3. 2KS-Chase Randall, 00:11.130 (9); 4. 4-Cameron Martin, 00:11.210 (10); 5. 88-Austin McCarl, 00:11.224 (13); 6. 81-Stuart Snyder, 00:11.251 (6); 7. 22K-Kaleb Johnson, 00:11.264 (15); 8. 83JR-Sam Henderson, 00:11.275 (3); 9. 3-Tim Kaeding, 00:11.292 (17); 10. 8-Jack Croaker, 00:11.300 (11); 11. 13-Mark Dobmeier, 00:11.320 (21); 12. 5G-Gage Pulkrabek, 00:11.356 (4); 13. 3J-Dusty Zomer, 00:11.391 (16); 14. 44-Chris Martin, 00:11.481 (14); 15. 36-Jason Martin, 00:11.518 (19); 16. 95-Tyler Drueke, 00:11.537 (5); 17. 55-Brandon Allen, 00:11.598 (18); 18. 22-Riley Goodno, 00:11.658 (12); 19. 9-Dominic Dobesh, 00:11.801 (8); 20. 05-Colin Smith, 00:11.826 (20); 21. 78-Bill Wagner, 00:11.937 (1).

Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 64-Cory Yeigh (5); 2. 2-Shaun Taylor (1); 3. 29Z-JJ Zebell (6); 4. 12-Mike Chaney (2); 5. 40-Tim Dann (14); 6. 1X-Aaron Foote (7); 7. 55-John Hoing (10); 8. 98-Dan Jensen (9); 9. 9-Kyle DeBoer (11); 10. 3-Matt Steuerwald (13); 11. 51-Billy Prouty (4); 12. 1K-Kinzer Glanzer (18); 13. 86-Tracy Halouska (17); 14. 83-Nick Janssen (15); 15. 99-Ryan DeBoer (19); 16. 83X-Brylee Gough (21); 17. 8-Levi Vander Weide (22); 18. 3M-Brett Martin (20); 19. 44-Kipp DeGroot (24); 20. 45-Craig Hanisch (23); 21. 21-Ron Howe (3); 22. 15-Brandon Ferguson (8); 23. 71-Zach Olivier (12); 24. (DNS) 27-Lee Kuchta.

Fastenal Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 2-Shaun Taylor (1); 2. 51-Billy Prouty (2); 3. 98-Dan Jensen (4); 4. 1X-Aaron Foote (3); 5. 3-Matt Steuerwald (6); 6. 27-Lee Kuchta (7); 7. 99-Ryan DeBoer (5); 8. 8-Levi Vander Weide (8).

Midwest Oil / VP Fuels Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 12-Mike Chaney (1); 2. 64-Cory Yeigh (2); 3. 55-John Hoing (4); 4. 15-Brandon Ferguson (3); 5. 40-Tim Dann (6); 6. 86-Tracy Halouska (5); 7. 3M-Brett Martin (8); 8. 45-Craig Hanisch (7).

Midwest Oil / VP Fuels Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 21-Ron Howe (1); 2. 29Z-JJ Zebell (2); 3. 9-Kyle DeBoer (4); 4. 71-Zach Olivier (5); 5. 83-Nick Janssen (3); 6. 1K-Kinzer Glanzer (7); 7. 83X-Brylee Gough (6); 8. 44-Kipp DeGroot (8).

Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 15V-Cole Vanderheiden (8); 2. 18-Tyler Rabenberg (7); 3. 4D-Logan Domagala (1); 4. 13G-Gaige Weldon (2); 5. 6B-Bayley Ballenger (3); 6. 03-Shayle Bade (11); 7. 31-Koby Werkmeister (17); 8. 32-Trefer Waller (9); 9. 80P-Jacob Peterson (18); 10. 18E-Corbin Erickson (12); 11. 23X-Brandon Bosma (6); 12. 2D-Dusty Ballenger (19); 13. 13MJ-Brandon Halverson (10); 14. 34DD-Brady Donnohue (20); 15. 28-Nicholas Winter (16); 16. 15-Laela Eisenschenk (21); 17. 3J-Jeridan Jordahl (13); 18. 17D-Dillon Bickett (14); 19. (DNF) 12L-John Lambertz (15); 20. (DNF) 23-Aydin Lloyd (4); 21. (DNF) 67-Dan Carsrud (5).

B Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 28-Nicholas Winter (3); 2. 80P-Jacob Peterson (5); 3. 34DD-Brady Donnohue (4); 4. 14-Nick Barger (8); 5. 48-Cole Olson (2); 6. 81-Jared Jansen (6); 7. 69-Brandon Rekow (11); 8. 19B-Jack Berger (9); 9. 3K-Jeremy Kerzman (7); 10. 9-Laney Moore (10); 11. 6-Logan Moore (13); 12. 62J-Jay Masur (12); 13. (DNF) 7L-Jesse Lindberg (14); 14. (DNF) 18D-Dalton Domagala (1).

B Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 31-Koby Werkmeister (1); 2. 2D-Dusty Ballenger (2); 3. 15-Laela Eisenschenk (3); 4. 17V-Casey Abbas (5); 5. X-Dylan Waxdahl (6); 6. 91-Andrew Sullivan (7); 7. 1-Amelia Eisenschenk (13); 8. 23V-Michalob Voeltz (11); 9. 85-Matthew Jasper (9); 10. 9X-Ramsie Shoenrock (10); 11. (DNF) 45-Monty Ferriera (12); 12. (DNS) 3-Jeremiah Jordahl; 13. (DNS) 88-Nate Thelen; 14. (DNS) 28G-Gracyn Masur.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 4D-Logan Domagala (1); 2. 6B-Bayley Ballenger (2); 3. 03-Shayle Bade (4); 4. 18D-Dalton Domagala (3); 5. 34DD-Brady Donnohue (6); 6. 81-Jared Jansen (5); 7. 19B-Jack Berger (8); 8. 69-Brandon Rekow (9); 9. 6-Logan Moore (7).

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 13G-Gaige Weldon (1); 2. 23-Aydin Lloyd (2); 3. 18E-Corbin Erickson (4); 4. 48-Cole Olson (3); 5. 80P-Jacob Peterson (6); 6. 3K-Jeremy Kerzman (8); 7. 9-Laney Moore (7); 8. 62J-Jay Masur (9); 9. (DNF) 7L-Jesse Lindberg (5).

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 23X-Brandon Bosma (3); 2. 15V-Cole Vanderheiden (5); 3. 3J-Jeridan Jordahl (2); 4. 28-Nicholas Winter (4); 5. 15-Laela Eisenschenk (8); 6. 14-Nick Barger (6); 7. 88-Nate Thelen (7); 8. (DNS) 28G-Gracyn Masur.

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 32-Trefer Waller (5); 2. 67-Dan Carsrud (2); 3. 17D-Dillon Bickett (4); 4. 31-Koby Werkmeister (6); 5. 3-Jeremiah Jordahl (1); 6. X-Dylan Waxdahl (3); 7. 85-Matthew Jasper (9); 8. (DNF) 45-Monty Ferriera (7); 9. (DNF) 1-Amelia Eisenschenk (8).

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 13MJ-Brandon Halverson (5); 2. 18-Tyler Rabenberg (4); 3. 12L-John Lambertz (2); 4. 2D-Dusty Ballenger (6); 5. 17V-Casey Abbas (8); 6. 91-Andrew Sullivan (7); 7. 9X-Ramsie Shoenrock (1); 8. 23V-Michalob Voeltz (3).

2024 HUSET'S SPEEDWAY WEEKLY DIVISION FEATURE WINNERS -

Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars :

Tyler Drueke- 1(May 19) and Daison Pursley - 1 (May 26)

Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks:

Brylee Gough- 1(May 19) and Cory Yeigh - 1(May 26)

Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series:

Dusty Ballenger- 1(May 19) and Cole Vanderheiden - 1 (May 26)

UP NEXT -

Monday for the Metro Construction Memorial Day Doubleheader presented by DKW Transport featuring the Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars, the Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks and the Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series

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NEW AND FAMILIAR FACES FIND VICTORY LANE AT WAYNE COUNTY

Written By: William Burkhart

They say when life gives you lemons you squeeze them and make Lemonade. If that’s the case then we have ourselves a lemonade superstore. The tracks water pump used to fill the water truck had decided to quit working. A replacement pump was purchased and brought in and that pump would fail. A smaller pump would be used as track promoter Jason Flory was ready to take advantage of a beautiful day that mother nature gave us.

The Pine Tree Towing and Recovery sprint cars would be the first feature of the night. Local legend Lee Jacobs would lead the field with two-time feature winner this season Ricky Peterson to his outside. The first Bucks Auto Sales yellow flag would come out on lap 1 for the 3TN of Tyler Newhart going around. On the restart Lee Jacobs would rocket from the 2 of Peterson. On lap 8 the yellow would fly again as Tanner Tecco would spin collecting the 2 of Joe Adorjan. Tecco would unfortunately be done for the night. At lap 5 seventh place starter Jamie Myers would bring his Pine Tree Towing 1 car to life and make a charge to the 81 of Lee Jacobs. Myers almost had the lead until another spin would bring out a yellow flag at lap 6. At that time Jason Flory would get on the Radio and announce an open red to try and get some water back into turn number 2. WCS officials and drivers alike had shared a concern for the visibility in the turn. After a lengthy red flag Jacobs would lead the field back to the green once more. 12 laps to go Peterson would start reeling in the 81 of Jacobs. Lap traffic would work in Jacobs favor as he was able to put them behind his Dac Vitamins and Minerals 81 car and attempt to give him some open air. The yellow would fly again with 8 laps to go with Chris Myers spinning in turn number 2. At the restart Jacobs would fire first as Ricky Peterson would see some company in the form of the 91 of Tyler Gunn. Gunn and Peterson would throw down for second until one more yellow would fly with 2 to go. On the restart Jacobs hit his marks perfectly. 4 Cars would battle for second the last 2 laps. Lee Jacobs would take home the win and as the dust settled it was Tyler Gunn taking home second and Jamie Myers bringing home a 3rd.

The Malcuits Tavern UMP Late Models would hit the track next. This race would be a part of the Best Western Plus King of The County Points leader Kyler Moore would be on the pole with a very fast Larry Bellman on his outside. A yellow would fly for a car off the pace. We would line them back up for another restart. That restart would end up in a bit of chaos as everyone bumped into everyone. At the end of the mele Clint Coffman ended up on the nose of Dave Hornickel with Jason Henderson slid into the pair. Under the yellow Bellman had to change a tire unfortunately sending him to the tail. This would make the new front row Kyle Moore and JR Gentry. The track would finally see some green flag laps. Moore would burst out to lead as Gentry would follow suit. The battle for third would heat up between legend Ryan Markham and Michigan native Nick Kurtz. Lap 5 would see another Bucks auto sales Yellow with the 22 of Dylan Spears would spin around. 17 Laps to go Markham would clear Kurtz and make a run past Gentry to give Moore a run for his money. Moore would stick to his marks to continue leading the field. At the halfway mark the age-old battle of Markham and Gentry would begin as they would trade slide jobs for the second spot. All while Moore continues a Memorial Day drive. Chace Coffman would spin late in the feature to stack the field back up. That would allow Markham a chance to get past the 1* of Moore. Moore would continue to run his preferred top line to hold onto the lead. With 3 laps to go Gentry would once again charge to try and get passed the 5M of Markham to try and get one more position in the 25-lap feature. As Moore was coming to the white flag Nick Cox would spin in turn 2 to give us a late race restart. At the Restart Moore jumped to the lead once more and would bring the field back to the checkered to win his third WCS feature in a row. Markham second and Gentry third.

The Flynn’s Tire & Service Center UMP Modifieds took to the 3/8 Oval all be with a sprinkling of dust on their cars. New York native Daniel Sanchez would sit on the pole with previous feature winner Nate Young to his Outside. Field would take the green with Young getting an early lead. The first yellow flag would fly as Bradly Blaylock and Richard Grogg would loop their respective cars around. After a second yellow immediately after the first the racing would begin as Nate Young and Nick Sanchez had a great restart. As the field went into turn one 5th place start Mitchell Lam in the 12 car would charge into the party and make it a 3 car battle for the lead. Young would begin to drive away leaving Lam and Sanchez to duke it for second. Lap 3 would see another spin and another yellow. Back underway Lam would find some power and begin to battle with Nate Young up to a lap 4 yellow. The field would refire once more. Lap 7 would see Jimmy Humphrey and Vinnie DiPizzo battle for 5th. The yellow would fly again at lap 8. Lam would start throwing some Slide jobs at the halfway mark before another spin would bring the yellow back out. Lam tried again to get past the 42 of Young but was unsuccessful. Our old friend the Yellow Flag came back out on lap 11. On the restart the field would bump around causing Humphrey and Sanchez to collide keeping the track under yellow flag conditions. After a third straight Bucks Auto Sales yellow flag Officials decided to shorten the race down to a 15 lap race due to time constraints. Once the race got back underway Young would rocket off the start. Casey Buttler would bring his 99 car to life to make a move past the 12 of Lam. At the end of it all Nate Young came home on top. Case Buttler comes home second, and Mitchell Lam 3rd.

Next to do battle would be The Glass House Super Stocks. Kyle Moore would start on the pole in his Street Stock Debut with Previous Feature Winner Brandon Morrow to his outside. As the green flew it quickly became a battle between Moore and Morrow. Moore would run the Bob Daugherty owned 21D on the top side where he prefers it. 2 laps in Morrow would see some company in the form of Jim Nicley in the 72 before getting in the rough stuff on the bottom and spinning around to bring out a Bucks Auto Sales Yellow Flag. Morrow would try and make the bottom work in his C9 car and hang right with the 21D of Moore. Morrow would take the lead on lap 5 before Moore would steal it back 2 laps later. Morrow would try running every line he could to get past the 21D of Moore. His attempts would be unsuccessful as Moore would take the field all the way to the checkered flag with Morrow in second and Charlie Duncan would finish Third.

The time may had been getting late but that didn’t stop the adrenaline in the Joyride Transport Mini Stocks. Current second in points Doug Hensel would lead the field. Henel would be joined on the front row by Zach Hershey looking to extend a weekend of winning after getting the win at Hilltop the evening prior. Hensel would charge to the early lead as Anthony Collins would battle with Hershey for second. Collins would have second over Hershey for a couple of laps until Hershey would get by him on Lap 4. At lap 6, unknowingly to the rest of the field Hensel would experience suspension issues in the Right rear forcing Doug to start taking his 18 Machine a little easy. Harshey would real the 18 in with about 3 laps to go. Hershey took a look to the bottom of Hensel and would cruise by the 18 coming to the white flag. Hensel would stand on the loud pedal to try and get past the 278 even inciting a drag race to the finish but it would be Zach Hershey in Summit Racing Victory Lane. Hensel would come home second, and Cody Musselman would finish 3rd.

Wayne County is back in Action this Saturday as The Race To The Championship presented by O’Reilly’s Auto Parts hit the halfway mark. All 5 classes will race for double points in the mid-season championship. The Joyride Transport Mini Stocks will also have round one of their King Of The County presented by Henthorn Golf Cart Sales and Service.

Media Results for 5/25/2024 at Wayne County Speedway - Orrville, OH
Pine Tree Towing & Recovery 410 Sprints / 23 Entries
A Feature 25 Laps | 00:55:53.814
1. 81-Lee Jacobs[1]; 2. 91-Tyler Gunn[6]; 3. 1-Jamie Myers[7]; 4. 25R-Jordan Ryan[3]; 5. 2P-Ricky Peterson[2]; 6. 4*-Tyler Street[4]; 7. 86-Mike Lutz[13]; 8. 38-Leyton Wagner[8]; 9. 99-Cameron Nastasi[17]; 10. 00K-Anthony Gaskins[19]; 11. 7-Troy Kingan[11]; 12. 8S-Brayton Phillips[12]; 13. 13-Jeremy Duposki[15]; 14. 6J-Jonah Aumend[16]; 15. 9H-Lance Heinberger[18]; 16. 3TN-Tyler Newhart[9]; 17. 3J-Jacob Begenwald[22]; 18. 2-Joe Adorjan[5]; 19. 8-Olivia Shelbo[20]; 20. 47-Dusty Larson[21]; 21. (DNF) 7DK-Dylan Kingan[10]; 22. (DNF) 38K-Chris Myers[23]; 23. (DNF) 8T-Tanner Tecco[14]

Heat 1 8 Laps | 00:05:56.506
1. 81-Lee Jacobs[2]; 2. 4*-Tyler Street[4]; 3. 1-Jamie Myers[6]; 4. 7DK-Dylan Kingan[3]; 5. 86-Mike Lutz[7]; 6. 6J-Jonah Aumend[5]; 7. 00K-Anthony Gaskins[8]; 8. (DNF) 3J-Jacob Begenwald[1]

Heat 2 8 Laps | 00:06:03.305
1. 2P-Ricky Peterson[4]; 2. 2-Joe Adorjan[7]; 3. 38-Leyton Wagner[3]; 4. 7-Troy Kingan[1]; 5. 8T-Tanner Tecco[5]; 6. 99-Cameron Nastasi[6]; 7. 8-Olivia Shelbo[8]; 8. (DNF) 38K-Chris Myers[2]

Heat 3 8 Laps | 00:04:52.420
1. 25R-Jordan Ryan[3]; 2. 91-Tyler Gunn[4]; 3. 3TN-Tyler Newhart[1]; 4. 8S-Brayton Phillips[2]; 5. 13-Jeremy Duposki[6]; 6. 9H-Lance Heinberger[5]; 7. 47-Dusty Larson[7]

Qualifying 8 Laps | 00:07:31.846
1. 4*-Tyler Street, 00:15.197[19]; 2. 2P-Ricky Peterson, 00:15.295[7]; 3. 91-Tyler Gunn, 00:15.301[12]; 4. 7DK-Dylan Kingan, 00:15.537[2]; 5. 38-Leyton Wagner, 00:15.734[21]; 6. 25R-Jordan Ryan, 00:15.973[8]; 7. 81-Lee Jacobs, 00:16.113[4]; 8. 38K-Chris Myers, 00:16.228[10]; 9. 8S-Brayton Phillips, 00:16.319[14]; 10. 3J-Jacob Begenwald, 00:16.392[13]; 11. 7-Troy Kingan, 00:16.717[18]; 12. 3TN-Tyler Newhart, 00:16.791[5]; 13. 6J-Jonah Aumend, 00:16.793[11]; 14. 8T-Tanner Tecco, 00:16.880[9]; 15. 9H-Lance Heinberger, 00:16.930[20]; 16. 1-Jamie Myers, 00:16.971[15]; 17. 99-Cameron Nastasi, 00:16.987[1]; 18. 13-Jeremy Duposki, 00:17.039[3]; 19. 86-Mike Lutz, 00:17.198[6]; 20. 2-Joe Adorjan, 00:17.430[16]; 21. 47-Dusty Larson, 00:17.636[17]; 22. 00K-Anthony Gaskins, 00:18.237[23]; 23. 8-Olivia Shelbo, 00:19.499[22]

Malcuit Tavern UMP Super Late Models / 16 Entries
A Feature 25 Laps
1. 1*-Kyle Moore[1]; 2. 5M-Ryan Markham[5]; 3. 14JR-JR Gentry[3]; 4. 59-Larry Bellman[2]; 5. 79-Nick Kurtz[9]; 6. 21-Wes Morrison[8]; 7. 14C-Codee Schneider[13]; 8. 71M-Mike Basich[11]; 9. 7-Nick Cox[7]; 10. (DNF) 14-Chase Coffman[12]; 11. (DNF) 22J-Dylan Spears[14]; 12. (DNF) 71-Dave Hornikel[4]; 13. (DNF) 2C-Clint Coffman[6]; 14. (DNF) J28-Jason Henderson[10]; 15. (DNS) 11-Ryan Abel; 16. (DNS) T22-Tegan Evans

Heat 1 8 Laps | 00:03:39.899
1. 1*-Kyle Moore[4]; 2. 14JR-JR Gentry[2]; 3. 5M-Ryan Markham[3]; 4. 7-Nick Cox[1]; 5. 79-Nick Kurtz[5]; 6. 71M-Mike Basich[6]; 7. 14C-Codee Schneider[7]; 8. (DNS) 11-Ryan Abel

Heat 2 8 Laps | 00:07:28.211
1. 59-Larry Bellman[3]; 2. 71-Dave Hornikel[4]; 3. 2C-Clint Coffman[1]; 4. 21-Wes Morrison[2]; 5. J28-Jason Henderson[6]; 6. 14-Chase Coffman[8]; 7. 22J-Dylan Spears[7]; 8. (DNF) T22-Tegan Evans[5]

Qualifying 8 Laps | 00:07:23.933
1. 1*-Kyle Moore, 00:17.597[15]; 2. 71-Dave Hornikel, 00:17.833[6]; 3. 5M-Ryan Markham, 00:17.933[12]; 4. 59-Larry Bellman, 00:17.981[2]; 5. 14JR-JR Gentry, 00:18.056[13]; 6. 21-Wes Morrison, 00:18.329[7]; 7. 7-Nick Cox, 00:18.422[14]; 8. 2C-Clint Coffman, 00:18.533[1]; 9. 79-Nick Kurtz, 00:18.569[10]; 10. T22-Tegan Evans, 00:18.693[11]; 11. 71M-Mike Basich, 00:18.724[3]; 12. J28-Jason Henderson, 00:18.753[5]; 13. 14C-Codee Schneider, 00:18.980[4]; 14. 22J-Dylan Spears, 00:19.960[8]; 15. 11-Ryan Abel, 00:20.168[9]; 16. 14-Chase Coffman, 00:20.243[16]

Flynn’s Tire & Auto Service UMP Modifieds / 19 Entries
A Feature 20 Laps
1. 42-Nate Young[2]; 2. 99-Casey Butler[7]; 3. 12-Mitchell Lam[5]; 4. 1-Vincent DePizzo[6]; 5. 27-Steve Rex[8]; 6. 5-Ryan Markham[9]; 7. 16-Caden Alexander[3]; 8. 60-Jimmy Humphrey[4]; 9. 185-Ron Miller[13]; 10. 23D-Dustin Daugherty[11]; 11. 36-Brent Coffman[15]; 12. 22G-Jesse Griffitts[10]; 13. 78-Richard Grogg[19]; 14. 187-Tyler Wiles[12]; 15. (DNF) 463-Daniel Sanchez[1]; 16. (DNF) 59M-Andrew Myers[18]; 17. (DNF) 187T-Mitch Caskey[17]; 18. (DNF) 15-Bradley Blaylock[14]; 19. (DNF) 33-Robbie Ledger[16]

Heat 1 8 Laps | 00:05:14.335
1. 463-Daniel Sanchez[4]; 2. 60-Jimmy Humphrey[3]; 3. 99-Casey Butler[7]; 4. 22G-Jesse Griffitts[2]; 5. 185-Ron Miller[5]; 6. 33-Robbie Ledger[1]; 7. 78-Richard Grogg[6]

Heat 2 8 Laps | 00:05:52.324
1. 42-Nate Young[1]; 2. 12-Mitchell Lam[3]; 3. 27-Steve Rex[2]; 4. 23D-Dustin Daugherty[6]; 5. 15-Bradley Blaylock[5]; 6. (DNF) 187T-Mitch Caskey[4]

Heat 3 8 Laps | 00:05:51.652
1. 16-Caden Alexander[2]; 2. 1-Vincent DePizzo[4]; 3. 5-Ryan Markham[3]; 4. 187-Tyler Wiles[1]; 5. 36-Brent Coffman[5]; 6. (DNF) 59M-Andrew Myers[6]

Qualifying 8 Laps | 00:09:10.019
1. 463-Daniel Sanchez, 00:19.112[6]; 2. 187T-Mitch Caskey, 00:19.381[10]; 3. 1-Vincent DePizzo, 00:19.466[14]; 4. 60-Jimmy Humphrey, 00:19.695[1]; 5. 12-Mitchell Lam, 00:19.842[3]; 6. 5-Ryan Markham, 00:19.991[16]; 7. 22G-Jesse Griffitts, 00:20.050[15]; 8. 27-Steve Rex, 00:20.176[2]; 9. 16-Caden Alexander, 00:20.211[4]; 10. 33-Robbie Ledger, 00:20.229[9]; 11. 42-Nate Young, 00:20.414[7]; 12. 187-Tyler Wiles, 00:20.602[17]; 13. 185-Ron Miller, 00:20.650[8]; 14. 15-Bradley Blaylock, 00:20.772[12]; 15. 36-Brent Coffman, 00:21.053[19]; 16. 78-Richard Grogg, 00:21.079[5]; 17. 23D-Dustin Daugherty, 00:21.218[13]; 18. 59M-Andrew Myers, 00:22.657[18]; 19. 99-Casey Butler, 00:24.490[11]

The Glass House Super Stocks / 10 Entries
A Feature 15 Laps | 00:08:30.235
1. 21D-Kyle Moore[1]; 2. C9-Brandon Morrow[2]; 3. 77-Charlie Duncan[7]; 4. 70-Paul Holmes[6]; 5. 18-Braden Tucke[3]; 6. 45-Denny Shear[9]; 7. 9-Josh Morrow[5]; 8. U4-Paul McVicker[8]; 9. (DNF) 72-Jim Nicely[4]; 10. (DNS) 05-Billy Dawson

Heat 1 8 Laps | 00:04:30.000
1. 21D-Kyle Moore[1]; 2. 18-Braden Tucke[3]; 3. 9-Josh Morrow[2]; 4. 77-Charlie Duncan[4]; 5. (DNF) 45-Denny Shear[5]

Heat 2 8 Laps | 00:03:30.000
1. C9-Brandon Morrow[4]; 2. 72-Jim Nicely[3]; 3. 70-Paul Holmes[2]; 4. U4-Paul McVicker[1]; 5. (DNS) 05-Billy Dawson

Qualifying 8 Laps | 00:11:27.000
1. 77-Charlie Duncan, 00:20.492[9]; 2. C9-Brandon Morrow, 00:20.809[10]; 3. 18-Braden Tucke, 00:20.859[6]; 4. 72-Jim Nicely, 00:21.494[7]; 5. 9-Josh Morrow, 00:21.527[4]; 6. 70-Paul Holmes, 00:21.577[1]; 7. 21D-Kyle Moore, 00:21.829[5]; 8. U4-Paul McVicker, 00:21.910[8]; 9. 45-Denny Shear, 00:22.328[2]; 10. 05-Billy Dawson, 00:24.340[3]

Joyride Transport Mini Stocks / 21 Entries
A Feature 12 Laps
1. 278-Zack Hershey[2]; 2. 18-Doug Hensel[1]; 3. 7CM-Cody Musselman[8]; 4. 18X-Dustin Bedlion[7]; 5. 711-Kenny Long[6]; 6. 71-Anthony Collins[3]; 7. 41-Gene Arkenburgh[11]; 8. 11-Trent Bishop[12]; 9. 419-Robert Searls[19]; 10. 100-David Potter[9]; 11. 54C-Clayton Evans[17]; 12. 12-JR Graser[10]; 13. 43D-Peyton Davis[13]; 14. 311-Johnny Bruce Sr[5]; 15. (DNF) 31-Valek Menough[21]; 16. (DNF) 43-David Keagy[18]; 17. (DNF) 49B-Jimmy Burns[15]; 18. (DNF) 9-Dakota Wells[16]; 19. (DNF) 99C-Chris Mullinex[20]; 20. (DNS) 29-Mitch Reichard; 21. (DNS) 17-Cody Newbury

Heat 1 6 Laps | 00:03:49.714
1. 18-Doug Hensel[4]; 2. 29-Mitch Reichard[6]; 3. 18X-Dustin Bedlion[5]; 4. 12-JR Graser[7]; 5. 43D-Peyton Davis[1]; 6. (DNF) 9-Dakota Wells[3]; 7. (DNF) 419-Robert Searls[2]

Heat 2 6 Laps | 00:03:06.646
1. 278-Zack Hershey[1]; 2. 311-Johnny Bruce Sr[2]; 3. 7CM-Cody Musselman[4]; 4. 41-Gene Arkenburgh[3]; 5. 17-Cody Newbury[7]; 6. 54C-Clayton Evans[5]; 7. 99C-Chris Mullinex[6]

Heat 3 6 Laps | 00:03:14.454
1. 71-Anthony Collins[4]; 2. 711-Kenny Long[6]; 3. 100-David Potter[7]; 4. 11-Trent Bishop[2]; 5. 49B-Jimmy Burns[1]; 6. 43-David Keagy[5]; 7. 31-Valek Menough[3]

Hot Laps 8 Laps | 00:01:21.474
1. 7CM-Cody Musselman[11]; 2. 29-Mitch Reichard[16]; 3. 71-Anthony Collins[12]; 4. 311-Johnny Bruce Sr[5]; 5. 41-Gene Arkenburgh[8]; 6. 278-Zack Hershey[2]; 7. 17-Cody Newbury[20]; 8. 711-Kenny Long[18]; 9. 12-JR Graser[19]; 10. 100-David Potter[21]; 11. 9-Dakota Wells[7]; 12. 31-Valek Menough[9]; 13. 54C-Clayton Evans[14]; 14. 99C-Chris Mullinex[17]; 15. 43-David Keagy[15]; 16. 43D-Peyton Davis[1]; 17. (DNS) 49B-Jimmy Burns; 18. (DNS) 419-Robert Searls; 19. (DNS) 11-Trent Bishop; 20. (DNS) 18-Doug Hensel; 21. (DNS) 18X-Dustin Bedlion

 

 

WESTBROOK, MURDOCK, BEAGLE, AND RILEY TAKE OPENING NIGHT WINS AT OHSWEKEN

Article Credit: Brent Otchere

OHSWEKEN, Ont. (May 24, 2024) – Carrier Truck Centers & Bobcat of Brantford presented Trucker Night at the Races on Friday at Ohsweken Speedway; Dylan Westbrook, Steve Murdock, Ryan Beagle, Alex Riley took A-Main wins.

Kool Kidz-Corr/Pak 360 Sprint Cars
The front row of the grid featured Eric Gledhill and D.J. Christie to begin the 25 lap 360 Sprint Car A-Main. Gledhill led the first lap with Dylan Westbrook nipping at his heels. Gledhill was holding off Westbrook until the caution came out on lap five. Westbrook took advantage of the restart, quickly displacing Gledhill as the leader.

Westbrook was setting blazing lap times and caught the back of the field by lap ten. Westbrook had lapped all the way to the eighth place car of Darren Dryden at the conclusion of the race. Rounding out the top five were Cory Turner, Ryan Turner, Christie, and Mike Bowman.

Strickland’s Crate Sprint Cars
Jeremy May started on pole with Travis Hofstetter next to him for the 20 lap Crate Sprint Car A-Main. A red flag was thrown before the first lap could be completed when Tyler Ward flipped on the back stretch. He was able to pull himself out of the wrecked car unscathed.

The restart led to a second red flag when Larry Gledhill also flipped on the back stretch. The third restart was also cut short, this time due to Niko Hansen who spun to a stop on the entry of turn four. The fourth restart was successful and Murdock rocketed ahead, setting the pace at the front of the field. Murdock endured three more restarts later in the race and secured a well-earned victory. Brett Stratford and Lance Erskine worked themselves into second and third place respectively, while Jesse Costa finished fourth, and A.J. Lewis rounded out the top five.

Middleport Mechanical Thunder Stocks
Trevor DeBoer and Ryan Dinning brought the 26 car field to the green flag for the 20 lap Thunder Stock A-Main. Ryan Beagle had a perfect start and took the lead from his third starting position. Meanwhile, Mike Klanzinga put on an engaging battle for second place against DeBoer as the two raced door-to-door.

Lap three came to a halt due to Gofast Teeple stopping in turn four. The final caution of the race came around on lap six. Beagle endured the restarts virtually unchallenged throughout the entire race and started off his Ohsweken season with a victory. Joining Beagle in the top five were Klazinga, Dinning, Dave Bailey, and DeBoer.

HRW Automotive Mini Stocks
Tim DeBoer started on pole alongside Tristan DaSilva to take the green flag for the 15 lap Mini Stock A-Main. The Mini Stock division was the first feature race of the night, with some drivers still shaking off the rust as a caution came out on lap one. Ken Hair became the race leader after executing the restart perfectly, but a succession of cautions followed.

Tim DeBoer, Hair, and Alex Riley each took their turn in the lead when the green flag reappeared. Riley edged out enough to lead the final lap, taking the victory and all the opening night glory for himself. Settling for the top five were Hair, Gillian Hils, Tim DeBoer, and Dusty DeBoer.

Up Next at Ohsweken Speedway
Six Nations Bingo & Aecon-Six Nations presents Six Nations Community Night on Friday, May 31, featuring the Kool Kidz-Corr/Pak 360 Sprint Cars, Stickland’s Crate Sprint Cars, Middleport Mechanical Thunder Stocks, and HRW Automotive Mini Stocks. Visit www.ohswekenspeedway.ca for more information.

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Ohsweken Speedway Statistical Report
Friday, May 24, 2024
Ohsweken, Ontario, Canada
Carrier Truck Centers & Bobcat Of Brantford
Total Entries: 127
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Kool Kidz-Corr/Pak 360 Sprint Cars (23 Entries)

A-Main [Started] 25 laps – NT
1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[6]; 2. 17X-Cory Turner[4]; 3. 15-Ryan Turner[9]; 4. 5-DJ Christie[2]; 5. 71-Mike Bowman[18]; 6. 7-Eric Gledhill[1]; 7. 9-Liam Martin[5]; 8. 12DD-Darren Dryden[11]; 9. 0-Glenn Styres[8]; 10. 87X-Shone Evans[13]; 11. 88H-Josh Hansen[12]; 12. 68-Aaron Turkey[7]; 13. 77T-Tyeller Powless[15]; 14. 90-Travis Cunningham[17]; 15. 1-Lynton Jeffrey[3]; 16. 84-Mike Lichty[20]; 17. 11-Jamie Turner[16]; 18. 46-Kevin Pauls[23]; 19. 10C-Cole MacDonald[14]; 20. (DNF) 45-Nick Sheridan[10]; 21. (DNF) 21-John Burbridge Jr[21]; 22. (DNF) 19D-Allan Downey[22]; 23. (DNS) 94-Todd Hoddick
Hard Charger – Mike Bowman +13

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – 1:56.334
1. 68-Aaron Turkey[1]; 2. 5-DJ Christie[3]; 3. 17X-Cory Turner[5]; 4. 45-Nick Sheridan[6]; 5. 90-Travis Cunningham[2]; 6. 77T-Tyeller Powless[8]; 7. 84-Mike Lichty[4]; 8. 21-John Burbridge Jr[7]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – 1:55.139
1. 9-Liam Martin[2]; 2. 0-Glenn Styres[1]; 3. 15-Ryan Turner[4]; 4. 12DD-Darren Dryden[6]; 5. 88H-Josh Hansen[8]; 6. 71-Mike Bowman[5]; 7. 94-Todd Hoddick[7]; 8. 46-Kevin Pauls[3]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 8 laps – 1:54.194
1. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[4]; 2. 7-Eric Gledhill[2]; 3. 1-Lynton Jeffrey[5]; 4. 87X-Shone Evans[3]; 5. 10C-Cole MacDonald[6]; 6. 11-Jamie Turner[7]; 7. 19D-Allan Downey[1]

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Strickland’s Crate Sprint Cars (37 Entries)

A-Main [Started] 20 laps – NT
1. 2M-Steve Murdock[4]; 2. BS39-Brett Stratford[7]; 3. 88-Lance Erskine[9]; 4. 52-Jesse Costa[6]; 5. 24A-AJ Lewis[8]; 6. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[10]; 7. 00-Mack DeMan[17]; 8. 94-Ryan Fraser[12]; 9. 777A-Tyler Willard[21]; 10. 2-Travis Hofstetter[2]; 11. 72-Tanner Podwinski[18]; 12. 5-Tom Pellezari[23]; 13. 16X-Keegan Baker[25]; 14. 28T-Cameron Thomson[22]; 15. 51-Trevor Young[16]; 16. 97-Sheldon Bender[14]; 17. 4B-Darrell Pelletier[24]; 18. 7-Caleb Wood[13]; 19. 50LS-Adrian Stahle[26]; 20. 38-Melissa Miller[28]; 21. (DNF) 27-Niko Hansen[15]; 22. (DNF) 98-Jonah Mutton[27]; 23. (DNF) 11W-Jeremy May[1]; 24. (DNF) 20-Johnny Miller[3]; 25. (DNF) 2S-Al Sleight[11]; 26. (DNF) 14-Larry Gledhill[19]; 27. (DNF) 29W-Tyler Ward[20]; 28. (DQ) 71-Brent Begolo[5]
Hard Charger – Keegan Baker +12

B-Main [Started] 12 laps – NT
1. 16X-Keegan Baker[6]; 2. 50LS-Adrian Stahle[2]; 3. 98-Jonah Mutton[11]; 4. 38-Melissa Miller[4]; 5. 14W-Greg Wilson[9]; 6. 53-Logan Shwedyk[1]; 7. 9C-Brian Nanticoke[12]; 8. 777T-Cameron Olm[3]; 9. 14B-Broden Weiler[7]; 10. 24K-Kiana Teal[5]; 11. 69K-Ken Hamilton[10]; 12. (DNS) 3-Devon Bacher; 13. (DNS) 74-Rob Neely

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – 2:02.208
1. 20-Johnny Miller[1]; 2. BS39-Brett Stratford[4]; 3. 7-Caleb Wood[3]; 4. 77E-Ashton VanEvery[8]; 5. 72-Tanner Podwinski[6]; 6. 5-Tom Pellezari[5]; 7. 53-Logan Shwedyk[7]; 8. 38-Melissa Miller[9]; 9. (DNF) 98-Jonah Mutton[2]; 10. (DNS) 74-Rob Neely

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – 2:05.284
1. 88-Lance Erskine[1]; 2. 52-Jesse Costa[6]; 3. 2-Travis Hofstetter[8]; 4. 51-Trevor Young[4]; 5. 29W-Tyler Ward[3]; 6. 27-Niko Hansen[9]; 7. 24K-Kiana Teal[5]; 8. 14B-Broden Weiler[7]; 9. (DNF) 9C-Brian Nanticoke[2]

Heat Race 3 [Started] 8 laps – NT
1. 2M-Steve Murdock[7]; 2. 94-Ryan Fraser[2]; 3. 2S-Al Sleight[5]; 4. 00-Mack DeMan[3]; 5. 14-Larry Gledhill[6]; 6. 4B-Darrell Pelletier[1]; 7. 16X-Keegan Baker[4]; 8. 777T-Cameron Olm[9]; 9. (DNF) 69K-Ken Hamilton[8]

Heat Race 4 [Started] 8 laps – 2:04.794
1. 71-Brent Begolo[2]; 2. 11W-Jeremy May[4]; 3. 24A-AJ Lewis[8]; 4. 97-Sheldon Bender[5]; 5. 777A-Tyler Willard[1]; 6. 28T-Cameron Thomson[6]; 7. 50LS-Adrian Stahle[7]; 8. 14W-Greg Wilson[3]; 9. 3-Devon Bacher[9]
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Middleport Mechanical Thunder Stocks (27 Entries)

A-Main [Started] 20 laps – NT
1. 84RK-Ryan Beagle[3]; 2. 93K-Mike Klazinga[5]; 3. 8-Ryan Dinning[2]; 4. 49-Dave Bailey[13]; 5. 23-Trevor DeBoer[1]; 6. 97-Ron Loggie[6]; 7. 108-Zach Bleich[11]; 8. 24R-Rodney Rutherford[10]; 9. 37-Robert Hoskins[12]; 10. 55-Mike Thorne[16]; 11. 28-Jim Lampman[26]; 12. 13-Kacey Huffman[7]; 13. 03-George Grosul[20]; 14. 24-Blake Bomberry Jr[22]; 15. 5G-Gord Grant[24]; 16. 07-Scott McPhail[8]; 17. 19-Kyle Wert[4]; 18. 14-Lyle White[18]; 19. 427-Tim Phalen[15]; 20. 69G-Brian General[21]; 21. 88L-Logan Ferguson[19]; 22. 83-Shane Fryer[23]; 23. 11-Gofast Teeple[14]; 24. (DNF) 88-Aidan Nigh[25]; 25. (DNF) 41-Adam Plazek[9]; 26. (DNF) 43-Kyle Andress[17]
Hard Charger – Jim Lampman +15

Heat Race 1 [Started] 10 laps – 3:18.821
1. 23-Trevor DeBoer[1]; 2. 97-Ron Loggie[4]; 3. 8-Ryan Dinning[5]; 4. 19-Kyle Wert[6]; 5. 07-Scott McPhail[3]; 6. 24R-Rodney Rutherford[10]; 7. 37-Robert Hoskins[2]; 8. 11-Gofast Teeple[8]; 9. 55-Mike Thorne[12]; 10. 14-Lyle White[14]; 11. 03-George Grosul[9]; 12. 24-Blake Bomberry Jr[13]; 13. 5G-Gord Grant[7]; 14. (DNF) 28-Jim Lampman[11]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 10 laps – NT
1. 84RK-Ryan Beagle[8]; 2. 93K-Mike Klazinga[3]; 3. 13-Kacey Huffman[7]; 4. 28D-Robbie General[10]; 5. 41-Adam Plazek[2]; 6. 108-Zach Bleich[12]; 7. 49-Dave Bailey[9]; 8. 427-Tim Phalen[4]; 9. 43-Kyle Andress[11]; 10. 88L-Logan Ferguson[5]; 11. 69G-Brian General[1]; 12. 83-Shane Fryer[6]; 13. 88-Aidan Nigh[13]
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HRW Automotive Mini Stocks (40 Entries)

A-Main [Started] 15 laps – NT
1. 17-Alex Riley[10]; 2. 5K-Ken Hair[4]; 3. 32-Gillian Hils[9]; 4. 9-Tim DeBoer[1]; 5. 23-Dusty DeBoer[8]; 6. 64-Nick Erskine[19]; 7. 01-Tristan DaSilva[2]; 8. 76-Shawn Taylor[6]; 9. 16-Fabio Olivieri[20]; 10. 2-Matt Nuell[3]; 11. 14L-John Lubeck[25]; 12. 66X-Martin Schroder[14]; 13. 1-Jason Tolton[12]; 14. 32L-Grayden Lyons[24]; 15. 4A-Mason Anderson[18]; 16. 20J-Nathan Joyner[27]; 17. 21X-Mark Bazuin[5]; 18. 44-Craig Vlasic[17]; 19. 6X-Mike Sarantakos[13]; 20. (DNF) 265-Mike Evers[22]; 21. (DNF) 228-Kris Lawrence[28]; 22. (DNF) 04-Rogan Monaghan[23]; 23. (DNF) 1A-Ashton Dickie[7]; 24. (DNF) 7-Matt Young[11]; 25. (DNF) 17R-Blair Rousselle[26]; 26. (DNF) 15-Joey Wilcox[21]; 27. (DNF) 4-Wayde Thorne[16]; 28. (DNF) 38C-John Cote[15]
Hard Charger – John Lubeck +14

B-Main [Started] 6 laps – 2:10.469
1. 15-Joey Wilcox[3]; 2. 265-Mike Evers[5]; 3. 04-Rogan Monaghan[1]; 4. 32L-Grayden Lyons[2]; 5. 14L-John Lubeck[12]; 6. 17R-Blair Rousselle[14]; 7. 20J-Nathan Joyner[7]; 8. 228-Kris Lawrence[9]; 9. 11-Mike Giberson[6]; 10. 79-Steve Miller[13]; 11. 12-Don Deagle[15]; 12. 16S-Alex Stewart[11]; 13. 54-Christopher French[16]; 14. 81D-Crystal Soules[8]; 15. X-Jeremy Cooper[18]; 16. 46-Phil Givens[4]; 17. (DNS) 11J-Jeff Elsliger; 18. (DNS) 20A-Aiden Maynard; 19. (DNS) 26-Tim Nuell; 20. (DNS) 64E-Doug Erskine

Heat Race 1 [Started] 8 laps – 2:52.194
1. 21X-Mark Bazuin[12]; 2. 5K-Ken Hair[9]; 3. 2-Matt Nuell[14]; 4. 01-Tristan DaSilva[3]; 5. 32-Gillian Hils[15]; 6. 7-Matt Young[4]; 7. 6X-Mike Sarantakos[13]; 8. 38C-John Cote[10]; 9. 44-Craig Vlasic[16]; 10. 64-Nick Erskine[18]; 11. 04-Rogan Monaghan[7]; 12. 15-Joey Wilcox[19]; 13. 265-Mike Evers[20]; 14. 20J-Nathan Joyner[8]; 15. 228-Kris Lawrence[17]; 16. 16S-Alex Stewart[2]; 17. 79-Steve Miller[6]; 18. (DNF) 12-Don Deagle[5]; 19. (DNF) 20A-Aiden Maynard[11]; 20. (DNF) 26-Tim Nuell[1]

Heat Race 2 [Started] 8 laps – NT
1. 23-Dusty DeBoer[6]; 2. 9-Tim DeBoer[3]; 3. 76-Shawn Taylor[10]; 4. 1A-Ashton Dickie[14]; 5. 17-Alex Riley[17]; 6. 1-Jason Tolton[16]; 7. 66X-Martin Schroder[13]; 8. 4-Wayde Thorne[9]; 9. 4A-Mason Anderson[15]; 10. 16-Fabio Olivieri[18]; 11. 32L-Grayden Lyons[12]; 12. 46-Phil Givens[1]; 13. 11-Mike Giberson[20]; 14. 81D-Crystal Soules[5]; 15. 11J-Jeff Elsliger[4]; 16. 14L-John Lubeck[19]; 17. 17R-Blair Rousselle[8]; 18. 54-Christopher French[7]; 19. (DNS) X-Jeremy Cooper; 20. (DNS) 64E-Doug Erskine
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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.

 

 

Virginia Sprint Series
IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Series
Natural Bridge Speedway Natural Bridge, VA.
Saturday May 25th 2024
Jerald Harris Sweeps Natural Bridge Night
On the first hot humid night of the season Jerald Harris was on a hot streak sweeping his heat and feature for his second win of the year. Heats started the night with Jerald Harris and Chris Humblet taking those then off to the main. Jerald Harris and Matthew Leach paced the field to green and Harris was out first with Leach, Chris Humblet and John Scarborough in tow. On lap two Leach spun in turn two to reload the field and Harris took off again with Humblet and Scarborough racing for second but on lap five Leach and John Smith got together ending the night for both. Harris took off with Humblet and Scarborough right with him Dylan Shatzer and Caleb Harris were racing for fourth. Scarborough got by Humblet and was using the low line to close in on Harris that liked the higher line. Shatzer got by Humblet to get to third as the laps were clicking off fast. Traffic came in to play as the race was winding down and Scarborough was not going away as Harris was making the right moves to stay out front. With two to go Harris was able to put a car between them and sped to the waving checkered flag for his second win of the year. At the line it was Jerald Harris, John Scarborough, Dylan Shatzer, Chris Humblet, Daren Bolac, Caleb Harris, Matt Mullins, Jimmy Humblet, Chris Ware, Aaron Leach, John Smith, Matthew Leach and French Grimes. The VSS will next be on track at Hagerstown Speedway on Fathers Day weekend June 15th and will be joined by the Laurel Highlands Sprint Series and PASS series for the annual Fathers Night out at the Speedway. Thanks for Your support Jim Haines Virginia Sprint Series IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Series

 

Wesley Smith Remains Winning at Lake Ozark Speedway with POWRi WAR

Eldon, MO. (5/25/24) Wesley Smith would maintain perfection on the season in Night One of ‘SprintFest’ presented by Start2Finish TV feature event at Lake Ozark Speedway with the POWRi WAR Sprint League to notch his fifteenth career feature victory to being the Memorial Weekend double-header.

Racing onto the quick surface of Lake Ozark Speedway, POWRi WAR would find traditional sprinters witnessing Xavier Doney set the quickest hot-lap time of 13.733-second lap as Xavier Doney earned heat racing victories.

Kick-starting the initial green flag start with high-point qualifier Xavier Doney and Wesley Smith lined up in the front row, Wesley Smith would gain the lead on the opening lap with Doney blasting into the runner-up spot.

Holding steady out front, Wesley Smith would hold off the quick efforts of Xavier Doney as laps would tick away at a rapid rate as action aplenty maintained behind the leading pair of top-notch competitors.

Never missing a beat out front, Wesley Smith would emerge victorious with the POWRi WAR Sprint League at Lake Ozark Speedway in Night One of SprintFest presented by Start2Finish to notch his third-straight yearly league victory. Staying in the hunt Xavier Doney would finish runner-up as hard-charger Tom Curran completed the final podium placements.

“It’s nice to have this car under us this good to start the year off,” said victorious Wesley Smith in the Eldon, Missouri victory lane celebrations. Adding, “Track crew really did some magic on this track with as many cars in the pits tonight, what a great track surface for sprints.”

Challenging closely behind would find Chase Howard finish fourth as Samuel Wagner rounded out the top-five finishers for the POWRi WAR Sprint League at Lake Ozark Speedway in SprintFest presented by Start2Finish TV.

Lake Ozark Speedway | POWRi WAR Sprint League | 5/25/24:

Hoosier Racing Tire Quick Hot Lap Time: 74-Xavier Doney(13.733)

Flying A Motorsports Heat Race 1 Winner: 74-Xavier Doney

Victory Fuel High Point Qualifier: 74-Xavier Doney

Meru Safety Hard Charger: 11X-Tom Curran(+2)

Toyota Racing Development Feature Winner: 44-Wesley Smith

Toyota Racing Development TRD A Feature (15 Laps): 1. 44-Wesley Smith[2]; 2. 74-Xavier Doney[1]; 3. 11X-Tom Curran[5]; 4. 13-Chase Howard[6]; 5. 73-Samuel Wagner[3]; 6. 11W-Wyatt Burks[4]; 7. 77-Jack Wagner[7]; 8. 41-Brad Wyatt[8].

Flying A Motorsports Flying A Motorsports Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 74-Xavier Doney[2]; 2. 44-Wesley Smith[3]; 3. 73-Samuel Wagner[1]; 4. 11W-Wyatt Burks[4]; 5. 11X-Tom Curran[5]; 6. 13-Chase Howard[6]; 7. 77-Jack Wagner[8]; 8. (DNS) 41-Brad Wyatt.

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Hunter Schuerenberg Shines in POWRi 410 Outlaw Sprint Win at Lake Ozark Speedway

Eldon, MO (5/25/24) Hunter Schuerenberg would lead every step of the way with the POWRi 410 Outlaw Sprint in SprintFest presented by Start2Finish TV to notch his first league victory and pocket the $5K-payday in an outstanding feature event at Lake Ozark Speedway.

Flying onto the smooth surface with thirty-four talented entrants of the POWRi 410’s would see Hunter Schuerenberg set a quick qualifying time of 11.858-second lap with Joe B Miller, Blake Hahn, Jason Martin, and Noah Gass each earning heat racing victories as Gunner Ramey would emerge victorious in the lone semi-feature event.

Captivating the crowd on the initial green flag start with high-point qualifier Andy Bishop and Hunter Schuerenberg lined up in the front row as Schuerenberg would gain the lead on the opening lap with Bishop, Noah Gass, Kyle Bellm, and Blake Hahn all raced within the top five.

Quickly occurring lap traffic, Hunter Schuerenberg would set a blistering pace around Lake Ozark Speedway as Noah Gass gained on the leader with Kyle Bellm, Ayrton Gennetten, and Blake Hahn maintaining momentum within striking distance.

Holding steady out front Hunter Schuerenberg would not be denied in earning his first career POWRi 410 Outlaw Sprint victory in an action-packed main event with Noah Gass hustling to stay in the runner-up position.

“It’s fun to have a car this easy to drive, it felt like cruise control in clean air,” said Hunter Schuerenberg in the Eldon Missouri victory lane ceremony celebrations. Adding, “I really think there is something special with this team as we’re clicking really well only five races in”.

Challenging closely behind would find Kyle Bellm placing on the final podium placement as Ayrton Gennetten would be among the frontrunners all feature to fourth with Blake Hahn rounding out the top-five finishers for the POWRi 410 Outlaw Sprints at Lake Ozark Speedway for SprintFest Night One.

Lake Ozark Speedway | POWRi 410 Outlaw Sprint Series | 5/25/24:

Hoosier Racing Tire Quick Qualifying Time: 19-Hunter Schuerenberg(11.858)

Flying A Motorsports Heat Race 1 Winner: 51B-Joe B Miller

Engler Machine & Tool Heat Race 2 Winner: 52-Blake Hahn

MVT Services Heat Race 3 Winner: 36-Jason Martin

Driven Midwest Heat Race 4 Winner: 20G-Noah Gass

MPI Semi-Feature Winner: 21-Gunner Ramey

Victory Fuel High Point Qualifier: 42-Andy Bishop

Meru Safety Hard Charger: 97-Scotty Milan(+13)

Toyota Racing Development Feature Winner: 19-Hunter Schuerenberg

Toyota Racing Development TRD A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 19-Hunter Schuerenberg[2]; 2. 20G-Noah Gass[4]; 3. 50K-Kyle Bellm[3]; 4. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[6]; 5. 52-Blake Hahn[5]; 6. 51B-Joe B Miller[11]; 7. 97-Scotty Milan[20]; 8. 36-Jason Martin[12]; 9. 77-Jack Wagner[16]; 10. 74-Xavier Doney[8]; 11. 1JR-Steven Russell[19]; 12. 14T-Tim Estenson[7]; 13. 12X-Roger Crockett[14]; 14. 75-Tyler Blank[13]; 15. 23-Jeff Asher[18]; 16. 28-Luke Verardi[22]; 17. 79-Gage Montgomery[10]; 18. 42-Andy Bishop[1]; 19. 73-Samuel Wagner[21]; 20. 21-Gunner Ramey[17]; 21. 91-Riley Kreisel[15]; 22. 7A-Will Armitage[9].

Max Papis Innovations MPI B Feature (12 Laps): 1. 21-Gunner Ramey[2]; 2. 23-Jeff Asher[7]; 3. 1JR-Steven Russell[3]; 4. 97-Scotty Milan[8]; 5. 73-Samuel Wagner[4]; 6. 28-Luke Verardi[11]; 7. 5-Kory Bales[13]; 8. 7B-Hunter Barron[10]; 9. 122-Lane Warner[9]; 10. A7-Paul Solomon[6]; 11. 98P-Miles Paulus[5]; 12. 8S-Steve Short[1]; 13. 2-Chase Porter[14]; 14. 14-Jacob Bloodworth[12]; 15. (DNS) 7K-Rob Rimel; 16. (DNS) 6-Corey Nelson; 17. (DNS) 00-Broc Elliott; 18. (DNS) 9$-Kyle Clark.

Flying A Motorsports Flying A Motorsports Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 51B-Joe B Miller[1]; 2. 79-Gage Montgomery[2]; 3. 19-Hunter Schuerenberg[4]; 4. 7A-Will Armitage[3]; 5. 21-Gunner Ramey[5]; 6. A7-Paul Solomon[6]; 7. 122-Lane Warner[8]; 8. 28-Luke Verardi[7]; 9. (DNS) 00-Broc Elliott.

Engler Machine Tool Engler Machine & Tool Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[2]; 2. 12X-Roger Crockett[1]; 3. 14T-Tim Estenson[3]; 4. 77-Jack Wagner[6]; 5. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[4]; 6. 23-Jeff Asher[7]; 7. 97-Scotty Milan[5]; 8. 14-Jacob Bloodworth[8]; 9. (DNS) 9$-Kyle Clark.

MVT Services MVT Services Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 36-Jason Martin[1]; 2. 42-Andy Bishop[4]; 3. 74-Xavier Doney[3]; 4. 91-Riley Kreisel[2]; 5. 1JR-Steven Russell[6]; 6. 98P-Miles Paulus[5]; 7. 7B-Hunter Barron[7]; 8. 5-Kory Bales[8].

Driven Midwest Driven Midwest Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 20G-Noah Gass[3]; 2. 50K-Kyle Bellm[4]; 3. 75-Tyler Blank[2]; 4. 8S-Steve Short[1]; 5. 73-Samuel Wagner[6]; 6. (DNS) 2-Chase Porter; 7. (DNS) 7K-Rob Rimel; 8. (DNS) 6-Corey Nelson.

Start2Finish Qualifying: 1. 19-Hunter Schuerenberg, 00:11.858[20]; 2. 3-Ayrton Gennetten, 00:11.882[22]; 3. 42-Andy Bishop, 00:12.073[14]; 4. 50K-Kyle Bellm, 00:12.076[12]; 5. 7A-Will Armitage, 00:12.085[10]; 6. 14T-Tim Estenson, 00:12.095[11]; 7. 74-Xavier Doney, 00:12.119[29]; 8. 20G-Noah Gass, 00:12.180[25]; 9. 79-Gage Montgomery, 00:12.186[17]; 10. 52-Blake Hahn, 00:12.220[32]; 11. 91-Riley Kreisel, 00:12.275[19]; 12. 75-Tyler Blank, 00:12.295[6]; 13. 51B-Joe B Miller, 00:12.347[34]; 14. 12X-Roger Crockett, 00:12.350[15]; 15. 36-Jason Martin, 00:12.385[3]; 16. 8S-Steve Short, 00:12.438[5]; 17. 21-Gunner Ramey, 00:12.454[23]; 18. 97-Scotty Milan, 00:12.468[33]; 19. 98P-Miles Paulus, 00:12.588[4]; 20. 2-Chase Porter, 00:12.604[28]; 21. A7-Paul Solomon, 00:12.612[18]; 22. 77-Jack Wagner, 00:12.632[30]; 23. 1JR-Steven Russell, 00:12.662[13]; 24. 73-Samuel Wagner, 00:12.696[7]; 25. 28-Luke Verardi, 00:12.840[2]; 26. 23-Jeff Asher, 00:12.875[24]; 27. 7B-Hunter Barron, 00:13.471[16]; 28. 7K-Rob Rimel, 00:13.597[21]; 29. 122-Lane Warner, 00:13.723[27]; 30. 14-Jacob Bloodworth, 00:13.737[8]; 31. 5-Kory Bales, 00:13.794[1]; 32. 6-Corey Nelson, 01:01.000[26]; 33. 00-Broc Elliott, 01:02.000[31]; 34. 9$-Kyle Clark, 10:30.000[9].

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Varin Wins Don Gillette Memorial at Brewerton Speedway

By Curtis Berleue (Brewerton, NY) | For the second time in two years, Danny Varin is the winner of the Don Gillette Memorial at the Brewerton Speedway. Leading every lap, Vain picked up $2,000 for his efforts to kick off Memorial Day weekend.

Starting on the Pinnacle Pole alongside Chris Hile, Varin jumped out to an early lead. Hile followed Varin in second for the majority of the first 10 laps, before 4th place starting Shawn Donath moved into the top 3 on lap 11.

While Donath, Hile, and Jason Barney were busy battling at the front of the field, however, Larry Wight and Chad Phelps were each working on an impressive run from deep in the field. Starting 7th, Wight fell back as far as 10th in the opening laps before picking his way through the field. By lap 11, Wight had cracked the top 5, and moved into third just a few short laps later on lap 15.

Phelps had started 21st, and by lap 8 had passed 11 cars to break into 10th. The following four laps, Phelps moved by four more cars and found himself in 6th place.

Meanwhile at the front of the field, Varin was still in command, closely followed by Shawn Donath who had worked his way into the second position, and Larry Wight. With four laps to go, Wight moved past Donath to take second.

As the field crossed the line, it was Varin who got there first, followed by Larry Wight and Shawn Donath rounding out the Ashley Lynn Winery podium. Jason Barney finished fourth, and Chad Phelps rounded out the top 5. Phelps’ run from 21st to 5th was good enough to earn him the A-Verdi Storage Containers hard charger award.

35 cars signed into the pits on A-Verdi Storage containers night at the Brewerton Speedway. The field was split into four hot lap / qualifying groups, with Jordan Poirier, Shawn Donath, Dylan Swiernik and Danny Varin earning Rifenburg Contracting fast time awards in each. E&V Energy heat wins were scored by Jordan Poirier, Jason Barney, Dylan Swiernik and Danny Varin. The Cobra Coaches Dash presented by J&Z Snowdrifters was won by Tyler Rand, while Chad Phelps won the Lacaillade Masonry B-Main.

The next scheduled event for the Empire Super Sprints is Friday June 7th at the Ransomville Speedway in Ransomville, NY, followed by a trip to the Freedom Motorsports Park in Delevan, NY the following night, June 8.

For the latest news, information, and schedule updates regarding the Empire Super Sprints be sure to check the series website (www.EmpireSuperSprints.com) and follow along on Facebook (Empire Super Sprints), Twitter (@ESSprints) and Instagram (@empiresupersprints).

The Empire Super Sprints would like to thank the following series sponsors for their continued support: Rifenburg Contracting Corp, PJC Spray Foam, Hoosier Racing Tire, Cobra Coaches, E&V Energy, A-Verdi Storage Containers, Fondations 4 Saisons, Pinnacle Investments, LLC, Lacaillade Masonry, Inc., FX Caprara, ASI Racewear, Lanes Yamaha, Ashley Lynn Winery, Bicknell Racing Products, DirtTrackDigest.com and LC Design.

The ESS Road Ahead:

Friday, June 7 – Ransomville Speedway – Ransomville, NY ($2,000 to Win Ron Lux Memorial)

Saturday, June 8 – Freedom Motorsports Park - Delevan, NY ($2,000 to Win)

Saturday, June 15 – Evans Mills Raceway Park – Evans Mills, NY ($3,000 to Win Kevin Ward Jr. Memorial Asphalt Spectacular)

Full Results:

A-Main (25 Laps): 1. #01-Danny Varin[1]; 2. #99L-Larry Wight[7]; 3. 53-Shawn Donath[4]; 4. 87-Jason Barney[11]; 5. 96X-Chad Phelps[21]; 6. #5H-Chris Hile[2]; 7. 7C-Dylan Swiernik[12]; 8. #79-Jordan Thomas[10]; 9. 28-Jordan Poirier[9]; 10. #41-Dalton Rombough[5]; 11. 36-Logan Crisafulli[6]; 12. 90-Matt Tanner[14]; 13. #4-Billy VanInwegen Jr[3]; 14. 84-Tyler Rand[13]; 15. 28F-Davie Franek[8]; 16. 11J-Chris Jones[15]; 17. 10-Kelly Hebing[18]; 18. 12-Alex Bergeron[24]; 19. 4P-Chase Moran[17]; 20. 13E-Evan Reynolds[19]; 21. 3-Parker Evans[22]; 22. 33-Lacey Hanson[20]; 23. X-Dan Bennett[26]; 24. 2-Dave Axton[25]; 25. 47-Kyle Drum[16]; 26. 66-Jordan Hutton[23]

Lacaillade Masonry B-Main (10 Laps): 1. 96X-Chad Phelps[1]; 2. 3-Parker Evans[3]; 3. 66-Jordan Hutton[6]; 4. 12-Alex Bergeron[7]; 5. 98-Joe Trenca[14]; 6. 2-Dave Axton[8]; 7. #17S-Kyle Smith[11]; 8. X-Dan Bennett[10]; 9. 13T-Trevor Years[4]; 10. 18J-JT Ferry[13]; 11. #25G-Tyler Graves[15]; 12. 23-Eric Cartier[12]; 13. 29-Dylan Menditto[9]; 14. 6K-Kyle Dutcher[5]; 15. (DNS) #17-Sammy Reakes IV

J&Z Snowdrifters Dash (4 Laps): 1. 84-Tyler Rand[2]; 2. 90-Matt Tanner[3]; 3. 11J-Chris Jones[4]; 4. 47-Kyle Drum[1]

E&V Energy Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 28-Jordan Poirier[2]; 2. #79-Jordan Thomas[1]; 3. 36-Logan Crisafulli[4]; 4. 47-Kyle Drum[7]; 5. 4P-Chase Moran[6]; 6. 96X-Chad Phelps[3]; 7. 6K-Kyle Dutcher[5]; 8. 29-Dylan Menditto[9]; 9. (DQ) 18J-JT Ferry[8]

E&V Energy Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 87-Jason Barney[5]; 2. #4-Billy VanInwegen Jr[4]; 3. 53-Shawn Donath[1]; 4. 84-Tyler Rand[3]; 5. 10-Kelly Hebing[8]; 6. #17-Sammy Reakes IV[6]; 7. 66-Jordan Hutton[7]; 8. X-Dan Bennett[9]; 9. 98-Joe Trenca[2]

E&V Energy Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. 7C-Dylan Swiernik[1]; 2. #99L-Larry Wight[4]; 3. #5H-Chris Hile[2]; 4. 90-Matt Tanner[3]; 5. 13E-Evan Reynolds[8]; 6. 3-Parker Evans[9]; 7. 12-Alex Bergeron[5]; 8. #17S-Kyle Smith[6]; 9. #25G-Tyler Graves[7]

E&V Energy Heat 4 (10 Laps): 1. #01-Danny Varin[1]; 2. #41-Dalton Rombough[2]; 3. 28F-Davie Franek[3]; 4. 11J-Chris Jones[8]; 5. 33-Lacey Hanson[5]; 6. 13T-Trevor Years[7]; 7. 2-Dave Axton[6]; 8. 23-Eric Cartier[4]

Awards & Contingencies:

Rifenburg Contracting Fast Time ($25 each): #28-Jordan Poirier; #53-Shawn Donath; #7C-Dylan Swiernik; #01-Danny Varin

E&V Energy Heat Winners ($25 each): #28-Jordan Poirier; #87-Jason Barney; #7C-Dylan Swiernik; #01-Danny Varin

Cobra Coaches / J&Z Snowdrifters Dash Winner ($100): $84-Tyler Rand

Lacaillade Masonry B Main Winner ($50): #96X-Chad Phelps

PJC Spray Foam First Non-Qualifier ($50): #98-Joe Trenca

Pinnacle Pole Draw Award ($25): #01-Danny Varin

A-Verdi Storage Containers Hard Charger Award ($50): #96X-Chad Phelps

Pinnacle Investments Last Car Running ($30): #X-Dan Bennett

Pinnacle Investments 11th Place (5 gallons fuel): #36-Logan Crisafulli

Hoosier Tire Award (RR Hoosier Tire): #29-Dylan Menditto

Ashley Lynn Winery Podium Finish (bottle of wine): #01-Danny Varin; #99L-Larry Wight; #53-Shawn Donath

 

 

DeVault "doubles down" in 410 sprints at Fremont; Miller and Weaver split 305 features; Miller and Keegan split truck wins

By Brian Liskai

FREMONT, Ohio – Zane DeVault “doubled down” at Fremont Speedway Presented by Gill Construction Saturday, May 25. The Plymouth, Indiana driver won both 20-lap 410 sprint features on Murphy Tractor and Equipment Night to claim the bonus for a total pay day of $5,000 at “The Track That Action Built.”

DeVault, aboard the Lane Racing #4, took the lead in the first Fort Ball Pizza Palace 410 Sprint feature from Brandon Spithaler on lap two and held off a late race challenge from Cole Macedo in lapped traffic to score his first ever Fremont win.

In the second feature DeVault grabbed the lead at the drop of the green and hit his marks perfectly every lap on the bottom to head once again to Beaverdam Fleet Services Victory Lane.

“I’ve been trying to get a win here for awhile and to put that four car back in victory lane…this is like their (the Lane family) second home. We thought about putting new tires on after that first feature but my guys grooved and siped the old set and they were perfect,” said DeVault beside his Islander Inn of Put-In-Bay, Premier Planning Services, Deshler Lanes, Wyatt Performance, Lead Head Water Fowl, Pro Auto Wraps, Kistler Engines, Kistler Racing Products backed machine.

After opening the Double Down night of racing at Fremont with his third win of the season in the Burmeister Trophy Dirt Trucks in the first of two features, Fremont, Ohio’s Jamie Miller followed up with his second win of the year in the Fremont Federal Credit Union 305 Sprints. Miller’s 49th career Fremont win was easy as Paul Weaver lead the first 12 laps of the 20-lap affair before Miller drove around the high line to take the lead. He had to survive two late race cautions for the victory

“The turn two cushion was pretty tricky and I almost gave that away,” said Miller of his Boca Construction, JLH General Contractors, Kenny Kolb Farms, Tuck Pointing America, Queen of Clean, Smitty’s Pizza, Roberts & Sons Contracting, Pizza Wheel, Crown Battery, Reedtown Tavern, Fostoria Mod Shop, Sandy’s Dad, Gressman Powersports, Phil Rister, Slade Shock Technology backed sprint car.

In the first dirt truck feature Miller utilized the high line to pass Dave Golembiewski on the white flag lap and held on for the victory. Miller nearly made it three feature wins in one night – a feat he has accomplished before at Fremont, having won a 305 sprint, a dirt truck and a late model feature win all on the same night at the track a few years ago.

Miller lead the first half of the second truck feature before Dustin Keegan, a former truck track champion, slipped by on the outside. Miller rebounded and was side by side with Keegan coming to the white flag but a caution negated the move. Keegan held off Miller to score his 10th career Fremont win.

“I knew if I didn’t screw up on that last restart I’d be okay. It’s been awhile since we got a win here and this feels great,” said Keegan beside his Sonny’s Signs, Burmeister Trophy, Jeff Ward Demolition backed #17X.

In the second 305 sprint feature, Paul Weaver, who finished second to Miller in the first main event and is a five time and defending Fremont Speedway division champion, Weaver took the lead from Miller on lap two and expertly sliced through traffic to score his 79th career Fremont Speedway win, more than anyone in the history of the track.

“We’ve had terrible luck to start the year with engine gremlins and other stupid stuff happening. Thanks to Bob Hampshire we got the motor figured out and we’re going strong again,” said Weaver beside his Steve Brown’s B&B Drain Service, Hampshire Racing Engines, M&L Excavating, Seagate Sandblasting backed #1W.

Fremont Speedway will be back in action Monday, May 27 as Seal Master Presents the Rick Ferkel Tribute with the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series in action. Reserved tickets for the World of Outlaws event can be purchased by going to www.fremontohspeedway.com and clicking on schedule and “details.”

All events at Fremont Speedway Presented by Gill Construction in 2024 will be streamed on DirtVision. Keep up to date with Fremont Speedway by going to www.fremontohspeedway.com or on Facebook at www.facebook/FremontSpeedway or on Twitter at https://twitter.com/FremontSpeedway or follow on My Race Pass at www.myracepass.com

About Gill Construction – https://kgcpc.com

Owned and operated by Ray Brooks, and headquartered in nearby Port Clinton, Ohio, Gill Construction specializes in an array of land and water services, utilizing over five decades of experience to build an extensive repertoire which includes site excavation, site utilities, demolition, trenching, and marina service. Gill Construction boasts a dynamic, diverse, and experienced workforce, guaranteed to perform and complete any task with the utmost customer satisfaction.

About Murphy Tractor and Equipment – www.murphytractor.com

Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co., Inc., one of John Deere’s largest North American construction equipment dealer organizations, was founded in 1982. Headquartered in Park City, Kansas, the organization has 29 locations throughout the states of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. Staffed by over 650 employees, each location has a full complement of equipment and parts inventories, service technicians and field service capabilities. As one of John Deere’s largest North American construction equipment dealers, Murphy Tractor is committed to being the product and support supplier of first choice by customers in the markets that use the products we represent. Murphy Tractor & Equipment is a trusted partner for John Deere, Wirtgen, Kleemann, Hamm and Vogele and is a proud licensed Topcon dealer.

Fremont Speedway Presented by Gill Construction

Saturday, May 25, 2024

410 Sprints – Fort Ball Pizza Palace

Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 4-Zane DeVault[4]; 2. 16T-Cole Macedo[3]; 3. 22-Brandon Spithaler[2]; 4. 29-Zeth Sabo[8]; 5. 101-Kalib Henry[5]; 6. 23-Cale Thomas[9]; 7. 35-Stuart Brubaker[10]; 8. 9-Trey Jacobs[11]; 9. 33W-Cap Henry[12]; 10. W20-Greg Wilson[20]; 11. 16-DJ Foos[13]; 12. X-Mike Keegan[6]; 13. 32-Bryce Lucius[7]; 14. 19-TJ Michael[22]; 15. 14-Sean Rayhall[16]; 16. 3V-Chris Verda[23]; 17. 1-Nate Dussel[21]; 18. 15C-Chris Andrews[1]; 19. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[17]; 20. 46-Michael Bauer[18]; 21. 10SR-Keith Sheffer Jr[15]; 22. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[14]; 23. 2+-Brian Smith[24]; 24. 34-Sterling Cling[19]

A Feature 2 (20 Laps): 1. 4-Zane DeVault[1]; 2. 29-Zeth Sabo[4]; 3. 33W-Cap Henry[9]; 4. 16T-Cole Macedo[2]; 5. W20-Greg Wilson[10]; 6. 9-Trey Jacobs[8]; 7. 23-Cale Thomas[6]; 8. 1-Nate Dussel[17]; 9. 22-Brandon Spithaler[3]; 10. 35-Stuart Brubaker[7]; 11. 16-DJ Foos[11]; 12. 32-Bryce Lucius[13]; 13. 19-TJ Michael[14]; 14. X-Mike Keegan[12]; 15. 3V-Chris Verda[16]; 16. 46-Michael Bauer[20]; 17. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[19]; 18. 34-Sterling Cling[24]; 19. 14-Sean Rayhall[15]; 20. 15C-Chris Andrews[18]; 21. 10SR-Keith Sheffer Jr[21]; 22. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[22]; 23. 101-Kalib Henry[5]; 24. 2+-Brian Smith[23]

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 34-Sterling Cling[1]; 2. W20-Greg Wilson[4]; 3. 1-Nate Dussel[2]; 4. 19-TJ Michael[3]; 5. 3V-Chris Verda[6]; 6. 2+-Brian Smith[8]; 7. 22M-Dan McCarron[10]; 8. 12-Luke Griffith[7]; 9. 75-Jerry Dahms[9]; 10. 16E-Caleb Erwin[12]; 11. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[13]; 12. 5-Kody Brewer[5]; 13. 98-Robert Robenalt[11]

Qualifying 1: 1. 4-Zane DeVault, 00:12.407[6]; 2. 16T-Cole Macedo, 00:12.410[15]; 3. 22-Brandon Spithaler, 00:12.522[11]; 4. 15C-Chris Andrews, 00:12.574[3]; 5. 101-Kalib Henry, 00:12.595[21]; 6. X-Mike Keegan, 00:12.617[16]; 7. 32-Bryce Lucius, 00:12.642[9]; 8. 29-Zeth Sabo, 00:12.643[17]; 9. 23-Cale Thomas, 00:12.661[31]; 10. 35-Stuart Brubaker, 00:12.735[1]; 11. 9-Trey Jacobs, 00:12.765[19]; 12. 33W-Cap Henry, 00:12.771[24]; 13. 16-DJ Foos, 00:12.815[26]; 14. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek, 00:12.838[5]; 15. 10SR-Keith Sheffer Jr, 00:12.889[18]; 16. 14-Sean Rayhall, 00:12.912[23]; 17. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr, 00:12.944[2]; 18. 46-Michael Bauer, 00:12.955[7]; 19. 34-Sterling Cling, 00:12.958[4]; 20. 1-Nate Dussel, 00:12.984[10]; 21. 19-TJ Michael, 00:13.097[22]; 22. W20-Greg Wilson, 00:13.121[12]; 23. 5-Kody Brewer, 00:13.122[27]; 24. 3V-Chris Verda, 00:13.186[29]; 25. 12-Luke Griffith, 00:13.225[8]; 26. 2+-Brian Smith, 00:13.301[28]; 27. 75-Jerry Dahms, 00:13.311[13]; 28. 22M-Dan McCarron, 00:13.409[25]; 29. 98-Robert Robenalt, 00:13.693[14]; 30. 16E-Caleb Erwin,

305 Sprints – Fremont Federal Credit Union

A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 26M-Jamie Miller[4]; 2. 1W-Paul Weaver[1]; 3. 12X-Dustin Stroup[8]; 4. 01-Bryan Sebetto[5]; 5. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[11]; 6. 8K-Zack Kramer[2]; 7. 61-Tyler Shullick[3]; 8. 49I-John Ivy[7]; 9. 5JR-Jimmy Mcgrath[15]; 10. 28-Shawn Valenti[13]; 11. 7M-Brandon Moore[19]; 12. 2-Brendan Torok[17]; 13. 9R-Logan Riehl[12]; 14. 19R-Steve Rando[14]; 15. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[6]; 16. X15-Kasey Ziebold[16]; 17. 26-Lee Sommers[10]; 18. 0-Bradley Bateson[18]; 19. 3X-Blayne Keckler[9]; 20. 78-Austin Black[22]; 21. 8-Jim Leaser[23]; 22. 51M-Haldon Miller[20]; 23. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[21]; 24. 98-Dave Hoppes[24]

A Feature 2 (20 Laps): 1. 1W-Paul Weaver[2]; 2. 61-Tyler Shullick[7]; 3. 12X-Dustin Stroup[3]; 4. 01-Bryan Sebetto[4]; 5. 5JR-Jimmy Mcgrath[9]; 6. 26M-Jamie Miller[1]; 7. 49I-John Ivy[8]; 8. 8K-Zack Kramer[6]; 9. 9R-Logan Riehl[13]; 10. 7M-Brandon Moore[11]; 11. 19R-Steve Rando[14]; 12. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[15]; 13. 2-Brendan Torok[12]; 14. 0-Bradley Bateson[18]; 15. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[23]; 16. 3X-Blayne Keckler[19]; 17. 26-Lee Sommers[17]; 18. X15-Kasey Ziebold[16]; 19. 51M-Haldon Miller[22]; 20. 8-Jim Leaser[21]; 21. 98-Dave Hoppes[24]; 22. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[5]; 23. 28-Shawn Valenti[10]; 24. 78-Austin Black[20]

B Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 7M-Brandon Moore[1]; 2. 4X-Bobby Clark[2]; 3. 51M-Haldon Miller[3]; 4. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[6]; 5. 78-Austin Black[5]; 6. 8-Jim Leaser[7]; 7. 98-Dave Hoppes[8]; 8. 1S-James Saam[4]; 9. 6W-Chris Wityk[9]

Qualifying 1 (2 Laps): 1. 01-Bryan Sebetto, 00:13.469[7]; 2. 26M-Jamie Miller, 00:13.843[9]; 3. 61-Tyler Shullick, 00:13.926[23]; 4. 8K-Zack Kramer, 00:13.965[6]; 5. 1W-Paul Weaver, 00:13.967[2]; 6. 10TS-Tyler Schiets, 00:14.038[5]; 7. 49I-John Ivy, 00:14.051[8]; 8. 12X-Dustin Stroup, 00:14.160[11]; 9. 3X-Blayne Keckler, 00:14.163[1]; 10. 26-Lee Sommers, 00:14.169[3]; 11. 5DD-Dustin Dinan, 00:14.195[20]; 12. 9R-Logan Riehl, 00:14.216[26]; 13. 28-Shawn Valenti, 00:14.251[15]; 14. 19R-Steve Rando, 00:14.282[17]; 15. 5JR-Jimmy Mcgrath, 00:14.329[16]; 16. X15-Kasey Ziebold, 00:14.387[18]; 17. 2-Brendan Torok, 00:14.426[12]; 18. 0-Bradley Bateson, 00:14.473[13]; 19. 7M-Brandon Moore, 00:14.603[22]; 20. 4X-Bobby Clark, 00:14.610[19]; 21. 51M-Haldon Miller, 00:14.728[25]; 22. 1S-James Saam, 00:14.746[4]; 23. 78-Austin Black, 00:14.748[21]; 24. 2S-Jackson Sebetto, 00:14.813[14]; 25. 8-Jim Leaser, 00:14.976[24]; 26. 98-Dave Hoppes, 00:15.787[27]; 27. 6W-Chris Wityk, 00:18.002[10]

Dirt Trucks – Burmeister Trophy

A Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 4M-Jamie Miller[6]; 2. P51-Dave Golembiewski[2]; 3. 95-Steve Miller[3]; 4. 5S-Bradley Stuckey[1]; 5. 8KB-Kent Brewer[10]; 6. 7B-Shawn Valenti[4]; 7. 9-Curt Inks[9]; 8. 67-Ben Clapp[11]; 9. 17X-Dustin Keegan[8]; 10. 7X-Dana Frey[15]; 11. 99-Eric Potridge[16]; 12. 9S-Tony Parker[23]; 13. 32-Kevin Phillips[13]; 14. 7XP-Cyle Poole[24]; 15. 18S-Randy Swiecicki[22]; 16. 00-Robbie Bohrer[20]; 17. 8-Keith Sorg[5]; 18. 1M-Scott Milligan[14]; 19. 32H-Dan Hennig[7]; 20. 20-Caleb Shearn[19]; 21. 28-Cody Laird[12]; 22. 51-Dave Bankey[21]; 23. 34-Todd Warnick[17]; 24. 26-Kyle Lagrou[18]

A Feature 2: 1. 17X-Dustin Keegan[8]; 2. 4M-Jamie Miller[1]; 3. 7B-Shawn Valenti[6]; 4. 5S-Bradley Stuckey[4]; 5. P51-Dave Golembiewski[2]; 6. 8-Keith Sorg[16]; 7. 32H-Dan Hennig[18]; 8. 28-Cody Laird[20]; 9. 9S-Tony Parker[11]; 10. 7X-Dana Frey[9]; 11. 99-Eric Potridge[10]; 12. 7XP-Cyle Poole[13]; 13. 34-Todd Warnick[22]; 14. 18S-Randy Swiecicki[14]; 15. 51-Dave Bankey[21]; 16. 8KB-Kent Brewer[5]; 17. 67-Ben Clapp[7]; 18. 32-Kevin Phillips[12]; 19. 95-Steve Miller[3]; 20. 1M-Scott Milligan[17]; 21. 20-Caleb Shearn[19]; 22. 00-Robbie Bohrer[15]; 23. (DNS) 26-Kyle Lagrou

B Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 26-Kyle Lagrou[2]; 2. 20-Caleb Shearn[1]; 3. 00-Robbie Bohrer[7]; 4. 51-Dave Bankey[4]; 5. 18S-Randy Swiecicki[3]; 6. 9S-Tony Parker[5]; 7. 7XP-Cyle Poole[8]; 8. 3B-Kaydin Bailey[6]

Qualifying 1 (2 Laps): 1. 32H-Dan Hennig, 00:17.357[10]; 2. 4M-Jamie Miller, 00:17.723[2]; 3. 8-Keith Sorg, 00:17.792[3]; 4. 7B-Shawn Valenti, 00:17.826[1]; 5. 95-Steve Miller, 00:17.948[22]; 6. P51-Dave Golembiewski, 00:18.018[23]; 7. 5S-Bradley Stuckey, 00:18.102[8]; 8. 17X-Dustin Keegan, 00:18.145[13]; 9. 36M-Cory McCaughey, 00:18.158[18]; 10. 9-Curt Inks, 00:18.214[7]; 11. 8KB-Kent Brewer, 00:18.273[16]; 12. 67-Ben Clapp, 00:18.366[12]; 13. 28-Cody Laird, 00:18.378[5]; 14. 32-Kevin Phillips, 00:18.392[6]; 15. 1M-Scott Milligan, 00:18.570[24]; 16. 7X-Dana Frey, 00:18.646[25]; 17. 99-Eric Potridge, 00:18.741[11]; 18. 34-Todd Warnick, 00:18.751[21]; 19. 26-Kyle Lagrou, 00:18.867[9]; 20. 18S-Randy Swiecicki, 00:19.088[4]; 21. 51-Dave Bankey, 00:19.189[14]; 22. 9S-Tony Parker, 00:19.834[19]; 23. 3B-Kaydin Bailey, 00:19.939[15]; 24. 00-Robbie Bohrer, 00:19.966[17]; 25. 7XP-Cyle Poole, 00:20.154[20]

 

Schlenk dominates Valvoline American Late Model Iron Man Series at Attica; Thomas bags 410 sprint win; Stroup doubles up in 305s

Saturday, May 25, 2024

By Brian Liskai

ATTICA, Ohio – A week ago Rusty Schlenk crashed while leading at another track, bending his late model frame. His crew went to work this week and the results was spectacular Friday, May 24 at Attica Raceway Park on Venture Visionary Partners/Norwalk Concrete/Etna Supply/RPM Performance Parts Night.

The McClure, Ohio driver took the lead at Attica Friday on lap four of the Valvoline American Late Model Iron Man Series first ever series race, and dominated for the $5,000 pay day. Schlenk lapped up to the sixth place car in the feature and had a nearly seven second lead when he took the checkers for his 41st career win at Attica. The victory in the non-stop 40-lap feature is the third on the season for Schlenk at Attica with Kyle Moore edging out Seth Daniels for second and Ryan Missler and Rod Conley rounding out the top five.

“Man I was nervous all week long. I had a half-track lead on everybody last week at Oakshade and a lapped car spun out in front of me and I hit him wide open and bent the front clip and I’ve been nervous ever since. I didn’t know if this thing would go around the race track again but I think it goes around even better,” said Schlenk of his Buckeye Concrete Coatings, Terry Henricks Auto Group, Velocita USA, Dominator Race Products, Tom Finch Auto, Domination Race Cars, All Star Performance backed #91.

Fairland, Indiana driver Cale Thomas led all 30 laps of the Callie’s Performance Products 410 Sprints feature for his first win of the year at Attica in a race that saw only one caution. Thomas, who leads the track’s points, made some great moves, particularly coming off the top side of the track early then patiently picking through traffic for his third career win at Attica, holding off a charging Jordan Ryan, Trey Jacobs (from 11th), Stuart Brubaker and Tyler Gunn.

“I ran the top because I thought the cushion was pretty good. I kept seeing someone out of the corner of my eye and I know how you are supposed to get around the top here and I just didn’t feel very good so I decided just to make them go around me. I could tell just how the moisture was coming back on the bottom and if you got out of it it was very slick. I just had to stay in position behind the lapped cars and just pounce on them whenever they make a mistake. I feel like I’ve good have had a couple of these here by now….finally got one,” said Thomas of his Spanky’s Pizza, Shelluke’s Bar, Automatic Fire Protection; Ohio Refrigeration, Engler Machine, BH 41, TMH Holdings, Berryman Racing Shocks, Keizer Wheels backed #23.

Fremont, Ohio’s Dustin Stroup had quite the night at Attica Raceway Park. After crashing the previous Saturday at Fremont, Stroup’s crew put together a car they call “Faith,” and faith took Stroup to victory lane twice in one night.

Stroup took the lead from Jimmy McGrath on lap six and drove to the win in the make-up Fremont Fence 305 Sprint feature from May 3 over Seth Schneider, Jamie Miller, McGrath and John Ivy. In the night’s regular 305 sprint feature Brenden Torok led the first seven laps before Miller took over. Stroup drove into the lead on lap 12 and pulled away for his second win of the night and the seventh of his career at Attica with Miller, Bryan Sebetto, Schneider and Torok rounding out the top five.

“I almost went home. I had a panic attack down in the pits earlier and we almost went home. I’m really glad we stuck around,” said Stroup. “Big thanks to my crew for all their work this week and all the sponsors that help us get here like Sulfur Town Pub, BSE Welding, Meru Safety, Velocity Print, The Pizza House, Sunrise Designs, Momma Dukes from Shelluke’s Bar and Grill, GCE LLC, Handy Grafix, Mitten Painting, Myers Racing Engines, Rohr Total Lawn Care, Eye Candy Custom Cycles, DJ Johnson & Family, GWH, Advance Auto Parts, and Berryman Racing Shocks.”

Attica Raceway Park will be in action Friday, May 31 for Mid-Season Championship Night with double points on the line for the Callie’s Performance Products 410 Sprints, Whistle Stop Presents the Dirt Nerds Podcast Powered by Propane UMP Late Models and the Fremont Fence 305 Sprints. It is also a All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads/Kistler Racing Products Attica Fremont Championship Series Presented by the Baumann Auto Group point night for the 410 sprints and a NAPA of Bryan AFCS Presented by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales point night for the 305 sprints.

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About Venture Visionary Partners (http://venturevp.com)

Venture Visionary Partners is a registered independent wealth management firm, advising affluent families and individuals, including business owners and entrepreneurs, to help them be strategically smarter with their wealth. Based in Sylvania, Ohio, Venture is a team of experienced wealth managers, investment advisors and other financial specialists who design and implement customized plans to address their clients’ current needs as well as their legacy goals.

About Etna Supply Company – https://www.etnasupply.com/

Etna is a plumbing products distributor with emphasis on commercial and residential plumbing products. Their Municipal Division provides municipalities with pipe, water meters, fire hydrants, and the related support services. The Underground Division provides contractors with piping supplies for delivery of water and drainage to subdivisions, and major construction projects. The Fire Protection Division is responsible for providing commercial building fire protection systems. This department provides custom pipe flaring and threading, and welding services. The Heating Division provides the material and expertise for all water heating, and snow melt systems. Etna Supply also has logistics capabilities in their Inter Commerce Express Division. Finally, Etna has six infusion kitchen and bath showrooms with on site associates to help customers with the selection and specification of all kitchen and bathroom fixtures. The nearest Etna location is in Toledo, Ohio.

About Norwalk Concrete - https://www.nciprecast.com/

Norwalk Concrete Industries is a family owned business that has been in operation since 1906. Norwalk Concrete is a supplier of precast concrete products and associated services to highway, utility, site development and home construction markets. Products include highway drainage structures, manholes, median barrier, utility vaults, basement foundation systems, electrical pullboxes, septic tanks, cisterns and several specialty products. Norwalk Concrete’s motto, “You Dream it, we’ll cast it” sums up their solution-oriented approach to all applications. Norwalk Concrete services most of the Midwestern United States.

About RPM Performance Parts – https://www.facebook.com/rpmperformancepartsllc/

RPM Performance Parts is your racing parts one stop shop. RPM is formally known as Fultz Fabrication & Speedshop. RPM Performance Parts is located in Ashland, Ohio.

Attica Raceway Park

Friday, May 24, 2024

Valvoline American Race Car Iron Man Series

Qualifying

1.1*-Kyle Moore, 14.417; 2.50-Ryan Missler, 14.589; 3.91-Rusty Schlenk, 14.642; 4.71C-RJ Conley, 14.690; 5.94-Mike Bores, 14.763; 6.10-Nathon Loney, 14.814; 7.20W-Justin White, 14.835; 8.S21-Seth Daniels, 14.836; 9.14JR-JR Gentry, 14.862; 10.71R-Rod Conley, 14.868; 11.C8-Cole Perine, 14.870; 12.5M-Ryan Markham, 14.873; 13.56-BJ Gregory, 14.942; 14.1N-Casey Noonan, 14.990; 15.8-Rob Anderzack, 15.097; 16.92-Justin Chance, 15.099; 17.49-Billy Green, 15.142; 18.95J-Jerry Bowersock, 15.145; 19.9P-Jeff Babcock, 15.160; 20.33AJ-Austin Lay, 15.238; 21.51-Devin Shiels, 15.256; 22.03-Gregg Haskell, 15.274; 23.2C-Clint Coffman, 15.288; 24.46-Colin Shipley, 15.326; 25.75-Dusty Moore, 15.366; 26.28-Kent Brewer, 15.501; 27.74-Jeff Warnick, 15.616; 28.14C-Chase Coffman, 16.143; 29.11-Austin Gibson, 16.684; 30.44-Scott Boyd, 99.999;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 1*-Kyle Moore[1] ; 2. 71R-Rod Conley[4] ; 3. 71C-RJ Conley[2] ; 4. 20W-Justin White[3] ; 5. 92-Justin Chance[6] ; 6. 03-Gregg Haskell[8] ; 7. 56-BJ Gregory[5] ; 8. 75-Dusty Moore[9] ; 9. 14C-Chase Coffman[10] ; 10. 9P-Jeff Babcock[7]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 50-Ryan Missler[1] ; 2. S21-Seth Daniels[3] ; 3. 1N-Casey Noonan[5] ; 4. C8-Cole Perine[4] ; 5. 94-Mike Bores[2] ; 6. 33AJ-Austin Lay[7] ; 7. 2C-Clint Coffman[8] ; 8. 28-Kent Brewer[9] ; 9. 11-Austin Gibson[10] ; 10. 49-Billy Green[6]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 91-Rusty Schlenk[1] ; 2. 10-Nathon Loney[2] ; 3. 14JR-JR Gentry[3] ; 4. 5M-Ryan Markham[4] ; 5. 8-Rob Anderzack[5] ; 6. 51-Devin Shiels[7] ; 7. 95J-Jerry Bowersock[6] ; 8. 74-Jeff Warnick[9] ; 9. 46-Colin Shipley[8] ; 10. 44-Scott Boyd[10] ; 11. 1-Shane Bailey[11]

B-Main 1 - (8 Laps)

1. 03-Gregg Haskell[1] ; 2. 51-Devin Shiels[3] ; 3. 9P-Jeff Babcock[13] ; 4. 75-Dusty Moore[7] ; 5. 33AJ-Austin Lay[2] ; 6. 74-Jeff Warnick[9] ; 7. 46-Colin Shipley[12] ; 8. 1-Shane Bailey[16] ; 9. 49-Billy Green[14] ; 10. 44-Scott Boyd[15] ; 11. 11-Austin Gibson[11] ; 12. 14C-Chase Coffman[10] ; 13. 56-BJ Gregory[4] ; 14. 95J-Jerry Bowersock[6] ; 15. 28-Kent Brewer[8] ; 16. 2C-Clint Coffman[5]

A-Main 1 - (40 Laps)

1. 91-Rusty Schlenk[3] ; 2. 1*-Kyle Moore[1] ; 3. S21-Seth Daniels[5] ; 4. 50-Ryan Missler[2] ; 5. 71R-Rod Conley[4] ; 6. 51-Devin Shiels[17] ; 7. 92-Justin Chance[13] ; 8. 1N-Casey Noonan[8] ; 9. 03-Gregg Haskell[16] ; 10. 71C-RJ Conley[7] ; 11. 1-Shane Bailey[21] ; 12. 8-Rob Anderzack[15] ; 13. 75-Dusty Moore[19] ; 14. 20W-Justin White[10] ; 15. 5M-Ryan Markham[12] ; 16. 74-Jeff Warnick[22] ; 17. 33AJ-Austin Lay[20] ; 18. 94-Mike Bores[14] ; 19. 10-Nathon Loney[6] ; 20. 14JR-JR Gentry[9] ; 21. 9P-Jeff Babcock[18] ; 22. C8-Cole Perine[11] ; 23. 95J-Jerry Bowersock[23]

410 Sprints - Callie's Performance Products

Qualifying

1.35-Stuart Brubaker, 12.808; 2.23-Cale Thomas, 12.819; 3.101-Kalib Henry, 12.852; 4.9-Trey Jacobs, 12.862; 5.33W-Cap Henry, 12.895; 6.14R-Sean Rayhall, 12.910; 7.16-DJ Foos, 12.918; 8.15H-Mitch Harble, 12.994; 9.29-Zeth Sabo, 13.005; 10.68G-Tyler Gunn, 13.063; 11.4-Zane DeVault, 13.171; 12.25R-Jordan Ryan, 13.176; 13.19-TJ Michael, 13.225; 14.70-Henry Malcuit, 13.256; 15.5-Kody Brewer, 13.279; 16.X-Mike Keegan, 13.303; 17.34-Sterling Cling, 13.305; 18.15C-Chris Andrews, 13.365; 19.21K-Larry Kingseed Jr, 13.380; 20.12-Luke Griffith, 13.483; 21.10SR-Keith Sheffer Jr, 13.560; 22.10BR-Jason Blonde, 13.767; 23.75-Jerry Dahms, 14.241; 24.20I-Kelsey Ivy, 99.999;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 68G-Tyler Gunn[1] ; 2. 101-Kalib Henry[2] ; 3. 23-Cale Thomas[3] ; 4. 35-Stuart Brubaker[4] ; 5. 34-Sterling Cling[6] ; 6. 15C-Chris Andrews[7] ; 7. X-Mike Keegan[5] ; 8. 75-Jerry Dahms[8]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 4-Zane DeVault[1] ; 2. 16-DJ Foos[2] ; 3. 25R-Jordan Ryan[5] ; 4. 9-Trey Jacobs[4] ; 5. 14R-Sean Rayhall[3] ; 6. 70-Henry Malcuit[6] ; 7. 5-Kody Brewer[7] ; 8. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[8]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 29-Zeth Sabo[2] ; 2. 19-TJ Michael[1] ; 3. 21K-Larry Kingseed Jr[5] ; 4. 33W-Cap Henry[4] ; 5. 10SR-Keith Sheffer Jr[7] ; 6. 15H-Mitch Harble[3] ; 7. 12-Luke Griffith[6] ; 8. 10BR-Jason Blonde[8]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)

1. 15C-Chris Andrews[1] ; 2. 70-Henry Malcuit[2] ; 3. 5-Kody Brewer[5] ; 4. 12-Luke Griffith[6] ; 5. 15H-Mitch Harble[3] ; 6. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[8] ; 7. 10BR-Jason Blonde[9] ; 8. 75-Jerry Dahms[7] ; 9. X-Mike Keegan[4]

A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)

1. 23-Cale Thomas[1] ; 2. 25R-Jordan Ryan[9] ; 3. 9-Trey Jacobs[11] ; 4. 35-Stuart Brubaker[6] ; 5. 68G-Tyler Gunn[2] ; 6. 16-DJ Foos[7] ; 7. 4-Zane DeVault[4] ; 8. 34-Sterling Cling[13] ; 9. 29-Zeth Sabo[3] ; 10. 19-TJ Michael[5] ; 11. 33W-Cap Henry[12] ; 12. 10SR-Keith Sheffer Jr[15] ; 13. 15H-Mitch Harble[20] ; 14. 12-Luke Griffith[19] ; 15. 21K-Larry Kingseed Jr[10] ; 16. 5-Kody Brewer[18] ; 17. 15C-Chris Andrews[16] ; 18. 14R-Sean Rayhall[14] ; 19. 70-Henry Malcuit[17] ; 20. 101-Kalib Henry[8]

305 Sprints - Fremont Fence Co.

Qualifying

1.01-Bryan Sebetto, 13.822; 2.26-Jamie Miller, 13.901; 3.X15-Kasey Ziebold, 13.978; 4.2-Brenden Torok, 13.993; 5.12X-Dustin Stroup, 14.000; 6.36-Seth Schneider, 14.076; 7.19R-Steve Rando, 14.088; 8.5M-Mike Moore, 14.090; 9.9R-Logan Riehl, 14.095; 10.1W-Paul Weaver, 14.169; 11.3X-Blayne Keckler, 14.209; 12.49i-John Ivy, 14.211; 13.319-Steven Watts, 14.264; 14.5JR-Jimmy McGrath Jr., 14.300; 15.2S-Jackson Sebetto, 14.326; 16.5DD-Dustin Dinan, 14.347; 17.26S-Lee Sommers, 14.371; 18.7M-Brandon Moore, 14.389; 19.29-Rich Farmer, 14.455; 20.12-Dylan Watson, 14.511; 21.51M-Haldon Miller, 14.582; 22.63-Randy Ruble, 14.618; 23.1S-James Saam, 14.766; 24.28S-Chris Smith, 14.810; 25.18Z-Brian Razum, 14.861; 26.85-Dustin Feller, 14.870; 27.98-Dave Hoppes, 16.429;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 49i-John Ivy[1] ; 2. 3X-Blayne Keckler[2] ; 3. 36-Seth Schneider[3] ; 4. X15-Kasey Ziebold[4] ; 5. 26S-Lee Sommers[6] ; 6. 51M-Haldon Miller[7] ; 7. 18Z-Brian Razum[8] ; 8. 85-Dustin Feller[9] ; 9. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[5]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 26-Jamie Miller[3] ; 2. 01-Bryan Sebetto[4] ; 3. 9R-Logan Riehl[1] ; 4. 2-Brenden Torok[2] ; 5. 29-Rich Farmer[7] ; 6. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath Jr.[6] ; 7. 12-Dylan Watson[8] ; 8. 98-Dave Hoppes[9] ; 9. 319-Steven Watts[5]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 12X-Dustin Stroup[4] ; 2. 1W-Paul Weaver[1] ; 3. 19R-Steve Rando[3] ; 4. 5M-Mike Moore[2] ; 5. 63-Randy Ruble[7] ; 6. 7M-Brandon Moore[6] ; 7. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[5] ; 8. 1S-James Saam[8] ; 9. 28S-Chris Smith[9]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)

1. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath Jr.[2] ; 2. 51M-Haldon Miller[1] ; 3. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[10] ; 4. 7M-Brandon Moore[3] ; 5. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[6] ; 6. 12-Dylan Watson[5] ; 7. 319-Steven Watts[11] ; 8. 28S-Chris Smith[12] ; 9. 1S-James Saam[9] ; 10. 85-Dustin Feller[7] ; 11. 18Z-Brian Razum[4] ; 12. 98-Dave Hoppes[8]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 12X-Dustin Stroup[5] ; 2. 26-Jamie Miller[3] ; 3. 01-Bryan Sebetto[6] ; 4. 36-Seth Schneider[9] ; 5. 2-Brenden Torok[1] ; 6. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath Jr.[16] ; 7. 9R-Logan Riehl[10] ; 8. 19R-Steve Rando[11] ; 9. 1W-Paul Weaver[2] ; 10. 3X-Blayne Keckler[4] ; 11. 5M-Mike Moore[12] ; 12. 7M-Brandon Moore[19] ; 13. 29-Rich Farmer[14] ; 14. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[20] ; 15. X15-Kasey Ziebold[8] ; 16. 63-Randy Ruble[15] ; 17. 26S-Lee Sommers[13] ; 18. 51M-Haldon Miller[17] ; 19. 49i-John Ivy[7] ; 20. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[18]

A-main (From May 3, 25 lap)

1. 12X-Dustin Stroup[5] ; 2. 36-Seth Schneider[11] ; 3. 26-Jamie Miller[14] ; 4. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath Jr.[1] ; 5. 49i-John Ivy[6] ; 6. X15-Kasey Ziebold[3] ; 7. 7M-Brandon Moore[2] ; 8. 19R-Steve Rando[8] ; 9. 29-Rich Farmer[13] ; 10. 63-Randy Ruble[7] ; 11. 319-Steven Watts[10] ; 12. 5M-Mike Moore[12] ; 13. 26S-Lee Sommers[18] ; 14. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[16] ; 15. 85-Dustin Feller[19] ; 16. 1S-James Saam[17] ; 17. 51M-Haldon Miller[9] ; 18. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[4] ; 19. 28S-Chris Smith[15]

 

 

Brooks Dominates Karmart 410 Sprint Car Main

5/18/24

By - Kaleb Hart

Alger, WA - One week after running second in his Skagit Speedway debut, Landon Brooks dominated the Karmart 410 Sprint Car field for his first win at the track.

Starting on the outside of the front row, Brooks got the early drop on Jason Solwold and would keep the veteran at bay over the first few laps despite multiple restarts in the early going. Once the race got some legs under it after a lap four restart, Brooks checked out, owning a half track advantage on the field and lapping up to fifth place as he took the Shannon & Cheri Wheatley owned car to victory lane ahead of Robbie Price and defending track champion Trey Starks. This marks the third different winner in three weeks of Karmart 410 Sprint Car action. Jesse Schlotfeldt was fast time. Solwold, Price and Brooks won the heat races.

Kai Dixon won his first main event in a clean sweep of the night in the Sportsman Sprints. While Dixon ran away from the field, the story was the battle for second, with the debuting Levi Hillier chasing opening week feature winner Alden Ostrom all over the track in looking for a path past him. A late race restart saw Hillier take to the high side to clear Ostrom in a battle that thrilled the crowd and made for a final podium of Dixon, Hillier and Ostrom. Dixon set fast time and won his heat while Ostrom won heat two.

Brian Michelson stopped the run of first time winners on the night, as the veteran led the final two laps of the Hornet main for the win. Michelson led Colin Sims and first time podium visitor William Zottneck to the final finish. Brian had a fantastic night on the whole, pulling off a clean sweep of his own with fast time and a heat race win. Steve Peters drove The Battlewagon to a win in heat number two.

Karmart 410 Sprint Cars - 19 Entries

Fast Time - Jesse Schlotfeldt 11.720

Heat 1 - Jason Solwold

Heat 2 - Robbie Price

Heat 3 - Landon Brooks

Main - Landon Brooks, Robbie Price, Trey Starks, Colby Thornhill, Eric Fisher, Justin Youngquist, Jason Solwold, Cam Smith, Jesse Schlotfeldt, Lane Taylor, Greg Hamilton, Tyler Anderson, Evan Margeson, Bailey Jean, Mike Brown, Shawn Wallenfelsz Jr, Greg Otis, Axel Oudman, Brock Lemley

Lap Leaders - Brooks 1-30

Sportsman Sprints

Fast Time - Kai Dixon 12.443

Heat 1 - Kai Dixon

Heat 2 - Alden Ostrom

B Main - Tom Weiss, Mike Brown, Kenny Rutz, Ryder Shiflett, Zoey Tupper

A Main - Kai Dixon, Levi Hillier, Alden Ostrom, Jayden Whitney, Jesson Jacobson, Allison Johnson, Brody Ferguson, Steve Parker, Mike Brown, Keira Zylstra, Chris Foster, Tom Weiss, Ronnie Cox, Dustin Gehring

Lap Leaders - Dixon 1-25

Hornets

Fast Time - Brian Michelson 18.169

Heat 1 - Brian Michelson

Heat 2 - Steve Peters

Main - Brian Michelson, Colin Sims, William Zottneck, Howard Vos, Raven Skaugrud, Tazio Andreassen, Dan Hays, Scott Henry, Brent Shetler, Jeff Woolsey, Coby Powers, Braxton Housman, David Dykstra, Brandt Burress, Wyatt Covert, Cameron Lavergne, Dave Hill, Steve Peters, Austyn Sims

Lap Leaders - Woolsey 1-13 Michelson 14-15

 

 

Reitz Doubles Up in 358 Modifieds, and Felmlee Flies in 410 Sprints at Tri City Raceway Park; Tim Bish and Morrison Score in Pro Stocks and Mini Stocks

(Franklin, PA May 19, 2024): Chad Reitz, who lives just two miles from Tri City Raceway Park, became the first driver to tally two wins in the 2024 season. On lap fifteen of twenty, he swooped ahead of Rick Regalski, who led from the drop of the green in the 21st Century Energy Group 358 Modifieds. Bob Felmlee was untouchable in the Krill Recycling LLC 410 Sprint Cars. Also getting their first triumphs of the season were Tim Bish in the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks and Dillon Morrison in the 4 Your Car Connection Mini Stocks.

The first feature to hit the track was the twenty lapper for the 21st Century Energy Group 358 Modifieds.

Rick Regalski and Nick Joy were making their first starts of the 2024 season from the front row. Mark Sevin and Logan Lockhart were next in line. Jessica Kriegisch and Ron Cartwright were matched in row three. The fourth belonged to Jimmy Holden and Steve Slater. Last week’s winner, Chad Reitz, and Kole Holden made up row five. The sixth consisted of Don Cornelius and Hayden Holden.

Regalski opened up a modest lead over Joy, Kriegisch, Cartwright, and Lockhart on the opening lap. Regalski started to separate himself over the course of the first five or six laps. However, a caution on the sixth round of the big half mile eliminated Green and Sevin.

Regalski held control after the pair of restarts that were required to get the next round into the books. Joy continued in second, followed by Cartwright, Reitz and Kole Holden. Reitz was on the move when the race

Joy bought out cautions on laps fourteen and sixteen. Between those interludes, Reitz moved into the lead. He dipped to the inside to pass Regalski entering turn three.

Reitz complete the final four laps without incident. Regalski remained strong in second, ahead of Slater, Jimmy Holden, and Cartwright. The next five to cross the line were Kole Holden, Hayden Holden, Ryan Guthrie, Lockhart, and Jeremy Beichener.

Regalski’s car failed post-race tech, resulting in his disqualification. Brayden Beatty was moved up into the top ten.

Heat wins were scored by Slater, Kriegisch, and Reitz. There was no B Main.

In the Krill Recycling LLC 410 Sprint Cars, Logan McCandless and Bob Felmlee brought the field to the green for the start of the twenty-five lapper. Gale Ruth, Jr., and Brandon Matus were right behind. Matt Farnham and Jack Sodeman, Jr. presented in row three. The fourth consisted of last week’s winner, A.J. Flick, and Jeremy “Hollywood” Weaver. In row five, Zane DeVault and Mike Michael “the Professor” Bauer. John Jerich and Andy Cavanaugh paired up in row six.

Felmlee won the race to turn pone and he dropped to the inside to secure the lead. McCandless settled into second, ahead of Ruth, Brandon Matus, and Flick. Felmlee set a brisk pace, and there were no significant changes in the running order through the first ten laps.

On lap eleven, Tommy Jasen brought out a caution that brought Felmlee and McCandless back to the rest of the field. Felmlee held control once again.

On lap seventeen, Farnham stopped in turn four to drop from the top ten.

Six more rounds were completed before the final stoppage, on lap twenty-three.

Felmlee kept his car straight and completed the final two laps ahead of McCandless, Brandin Matus, DeVault, and Ruth. Sodeman, Flick, Weaver, Bayer, and Brent Matus completed the top ten.

The trio of heat winners were Ruth, DeVault, and Weaver. There was no B Main.

In the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks, Tommy Dembowski and Matt Bernard led the way to the green. Doug Iorio, II, and Mike Miller had row two covered, while Tim Bish and Rod Laskey made up row three. The fourth duo was Pat Fielding and Josh Seippel. Following them were Aaron Smith and Jason Kimmy.

The early portion of the Pro Stock main was a three-car breakaway consisting of Dembowski, Iorio, and Bish. With Dembowski out front, Iorio and Bish were fighting intensely for the second position. Bish eventually took control of it before a caution realigned the field.

In the second half of the contest, Bish moved to the front of the line. Iorio faded and Dembowski dropped out.

Laskey came on for second, ahead of Fielding, last week’s winner, Chris Schneider, and Mike Miller. Seippel, Iorio, Bernard, Coyne, and Charlie McMillen rounded out the top ten.

Bish and Fielding shared the glory for the heat race wins. There was no B Main.

Dillon Morrison and Mike Kelley headed the field for the 4 Your Car Connection Mini Stocks. Justin Forsythe and Tim Callahan were in the second row, ahead of Bill Fuchs and last week’s winner, Matt Urey. Ben Aley and Dillon Thorne held the fourth row.

Morrison bolted out to the lead in the twelve lapper, just as he did on opening night. Urey worked into second once again, but, this time, he was unable to chase down Morrison.

Joe Campbell came home in third, ahead of Forsythe and Aley. Chad Greeley, Matt Daugherty, Bill McCollums, Thorne, and Callahan completed the top ten.

The pair of heats went to Urey and Callahan. There was no B Main.

The Old Skool Kool Tour brought over a dozen assorted vintage race cars to Tri City Raceway Park. A pair of twelve lap features were contested. Wally Stock scored the win for the Modifieds, and Bob Alcorn captured the Modified Sportsmen. In the Late Model division, the winner was Bill Coada. Brian Lederhouse took the Stock Car go.

Tri City Raceway Park announced the Marsh Heating and Cooling Heat Race Challenge. All racers are eligible for a special award at the end of the season based upon the number of heat races won, regardless of the class. Leading the way with two wins each are Steve Slater, Tim Bish, Tim Callahan, and Matt Urey. Winners of a single heat race so far are Matt Farnham, A.J. Flick, Logan McCandless, Gale Ruth, Jr., Zane DeVault, and Jeremy Weaver, Jessica Kriegisch, Chad Reitz, Josh Seippel, Chris Schneider, and Pat Fielding.
Next weekend, Tri City Raceway Park will host the first visit of the BRP Modified Tour. Also on the card will be the 305 Sprint Cars, the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks, the 4 Your Car Connection Mini Stocks, and the Vintage Modifieds.

21st Centyry Energy Group 358 Modifieds: Chad reitz, Steve Slater, Jimmy Holden, Ron Cartwright, Kole Holden, Hayden Holden, Ryan Guthrie, Logen Lockhart, Jeremy Beichner, Brayden Beatty, Kyle Fink, Troy McGregor, Nick Joy, Don Cornelius, Jessica Kriegisch, Brandon Ritchey, Patrick Lane, Mark Sevin, Kenin Green, Thomas Rodgers, Tom Holden, Rick Regalski (DQ). DNS: Lenny Liebold, III, Ryan Kemery.

Krill Recycling LLC 410 Sprint Cars: Bob Felmlee, Logan McCandless, Brandon Matus, Zane DeVault, Gale Ruth, Jr., Jack Sodeman, jr., A.J. Flick, Jeremy Weaver, Michael Bauer, Brent Matus, Ricky Peterson, Andy Cavanaugh, Vivian Jones, John Jerich, Cameron Nastasi, Bodey mcClintock, Chase Metheney, Matt Farnham,Jacob Gomola, Timmy Jasen, Carl Bowser. DNS: Nathen McDowell.

Hovis Auto and Truck Supply Pro Stocks: Tim Bish, Rod Laskey, Pat Fielding, Chris Schneider, Mike Miller, Josh Seippel, Doug Iorio, Matt bernard, Russ Coyne, Charlie McMillen, Aaron Smith. Jason Kimmy, Tommy Dembowski. DNS: Jake Whitling, Gary Miller. Jr.

4 Your Car Connection Mini Stocks: Dillon Morrison, Matt Urey, Joe Campbell, Justin Foirsyth, Ben Aley, Chad Greeley, Matt Daugherty, BillMcCollums, Dillon Thorne, Tim Callahan, Bill Fuchs, Mike Kelley.

Old Skool Kool Tour Vintage: Modifieds/Sportsmen: Wally Stock, Bob Alcorn (Sp.), Tom Warburton, Jim Kurpakus, Tim Beatty, Paul Bacchus, Nick Hessom (Sp.). Late Models/Stocks: Bill Coada, Larry Walters, Brian Lederhouse (St.), Gary Taylor (St.), Bill Stile.

The divisional sponsors of Tri City Raceway Park for 2024 are: Krill Recycling, LLC (410 Sprint Cars), 21st Century Energy Group (358 Modifieds), Hovis Auto and Truck Supply (Pro Stocks), and 4 Your Car Connection (Mini Stocks).

All competitors at Tri City Raceway Park will now be eligible for the Marsh Heating and Cooling Heat Race Challenge. The driver that wins the most heat races over the course of the season, regardless of the class, will receive a special award.

Other marketing partners of Tri City Raceway Park for 2024 include: Erie Beer, Wab-Tec (manufacturer of locomotive engines), Schaeffer Lubricants, Keystone Transit (school buses), Blue Ox Timbers (buyers of timber and timber land managment), Constable Refuse (residential and commercial garbage collectors), First Rate Realty (real estate sales), Landscape Connection (portable toilets and landscape supplies), KEI-Klapec Express Inc. (trucking company), BKI-Bert Klapec Inc. (excavation and demolition), Shambaugh Towing, Gibson Hill Automotive (auto repair), McCandless Ford Sales (located in Mercer and Meadville), McCandless Trailer Sales (located in Mercer and Meadville), Big Dog RC (remote controlled cars and race track), McGregor Excavating, Les Frickshun Lubricants (lubricants and undercoating), Bish Heating and Cooling, Wet Hose LLC (pressure washing), Heffern Septic Service, Tionesta Builders Supply (located in Tionesta and Shippenville), UCIP-United Community Independence Program (housing and services for the handicapped), Close Racing Supply, Billy's Garage and Towing, Oakland-Rampart Equipment (makers of centrifugal dryers, wash systems, and separators).

Remember that you will need to check the Facebook page, Tri City Raceway Park, for current information. The former website is not updated and will soon be replaced.
Tri-City Raceway Park is located just a few miles north of Franklin, PA, at 3430 State Route 417 in Oakland Township. Professional auto racing will be presented in a family friendly atmosphere most Sunday evenings from May through Labor Day weekend.

 

 

Nimee endures to edge Plymouth IRA field
Curfew claims 360 Sprint Car main, Hensley earns first Wingless win

(PEDAL DOWN PROMOTIONS)May 18, 2024 –On a night that resembled more of a marathon than a sprint, an accomplished veteran added another main event triumph to his resume, a young up-and-comer collected his first career A-main victory and curfew cut the final scheduled A main in the Spring Sprintacular all-Sprint Car racing program at The Plymouth Dirt Track in Plymouth, Wis. on Saturday, May 18.
In the 25-lap Bumper to Bumper Interstate Racing Association 410 Sprint Car Series A main, Blake Nimee of Oswego, Ill. notched his first main event victory of the 2024 season.
Tate Hensley of Trevor made his maiden victory lane visit in the 15-lap Autometer Wisconsin wingLESS A main.

Following multiple rounds of track work throughout the racing program, both completed main events were shortened by five laps in an attempt to get each of the three A mains in before the city of Plymouth’s 11 p.m. curfew.
However, the Akright Auto Plymouth Dirt Track Racing – Midwest Sprint Car Association 360 Sprint Car main event fell victim to the city of Plymouth’s 11 p.m. curfew. All points and payout for the 360 Sprint Car portion of the program were distributed evenly through the 25-car field.
The initial start of thetime-shortened 25-lap IRA 410 Sprint Car A main was aborted when Tyler Tischendorf of Waupaca drew a red flag after his machine flipped turn one.
When the green flag was displayed to the field, Nimee bolted into the lead from his outside front row starting position while two-time IRA champion Scotty Neitzel of Beaver Dam slipped into second after starting on the pole.
IRA points leader Scotty Thiel of Sheboygan spun turn in two on lap 2 to slow the racing action for the second time. Following back-to-back cautions on lap 3 when 2022 IRA champion Jordan Goldesberry stopped in turn two and IRA rookie competitor Tyler Rankin of Coldwater, Mich. slowed in turn two, Nimee controlled the ensuing restart with Neitzel in tow.
By lap 8, the leaders caught the rear of the field and began to dice their way through slower traffic on the ultra-tacky and undulating track surface.
Two laps later, Neitzel closed the gap on Nimee in lapped traffic, before the fifth caution flag of the race appeared when Scott Bietzer of West Bend stopped in turn two on lap 14.
The final 11 laps were contested at a break-neck pace on the fast and narrow racingsurface with Nimee again locking down the lead and Neitzel giving chase, while two-time IRA champ Jake Blackhurst of Hanna City, Ill., who started fourth held down the third position in the running order.
Shortly after the leaders took the checkered flag, the remainder of the final lap was halted when Scotty Thiel, who had worked his way into the top 10 after restarting at the rear of the field on lap 2, flipped in turn four to produce the sixth and final red flag of the A main.

Nimee held on to notch his seventh career IRA 410 Sprint Car Series A-main victory, while Neitzel had to settle for second. Blackhurst placed third, followed by sixth starter Mike Reinke of Howards Grove in fourth and third starter Max Guilford of Auckland, New Zealand rounding out the top five.
The shortened 15-lap Wisconsin wingLESS Sprint Car Series A main got off to a timid start when Tyler Kuxhouse of Antioch, Ill. stopped in turn three after contact along the back stretch.
On the ensuing restart, a multi-car incident in turn three, which yielded a pair of flips, prompted the first red flag of the race.
With 17 of the scheduled 22 cars still on the track, Hensley, who started on the pole, powered away from third starter John Fahl of Brown Deer when the race took the green flag. Fahl used the inside lane to challenge for the top spot starting on lap 2 and continued to intermittently battle back and forth with Hensley for the leadover the next 12 circuits.
After Hensley and Fahl finished lap 13 in a near-dead heat for the lead, Hensley maintained the top spot before Miles Doherty of Delmar, Iowa spun in turn four on lap 13.Over the final two laps, Hensley secured the lead position with Fahl trailing in second.
Hensley cruised the rest of the way to earn his first Wisconsin wingLESS Sprint Car A-main victory of his young racing career.
Fahl placed second, Furseth wound up third from the fifth starting spot, sixth starter Ryan Marshall of Kansasville placed fourthand Jimmy Sivia of Winthrop Harber, Ill. placed fifth after starting ninth.
Todd King of Sheboygan Falls was victorious in the 10-lap IRA 410 Sprint Car Series B main.
Jake Blackhurst notched the overall fast qualifier award inIRA 410 Sprint Car Series qualifying with a fast lap of 11.563 seconds.
T.J. Haddy of Waupun claimed thefast time in PDTR-MSA 360 Sprint Car hot-lap-group qualifying in 12.557 seconds.
Tyler Kuxhouseearned fast qualifier honors in the Wisconsin wingLESS Sprint Car hot lap-qualifying session in a Wingless Sprint Car new track record time of 13.719 seconds.
The third event of the 2024 PDTR campaign, which was sponsored byJensen Sales & Service, attracted79total entries, including32 IRA 410 Sprint Cars, 25PDTR-MSA360 Sprint Cars and 22 Wisconsin wingLESS Sprint Cars.
After taking the Memorial Day weekend off, Plymouth Dirt Track Racing action resumes on Saturday, June 1with the third scheduled Seubert Calf Ranches Super Six Late Model Series event of the 2024 season, along with the PDTR-MSA 360 Sprint Cars, Grand Nationals and B Mods.
Grandstand gates open at 4:30 p.m. with qualifying at 5:30 p.m. and racing at 6 p.m.
Weather information for all Plymouth Dirt Track Racing events will be posted on the Plymouth Dirt Track Racing Facebook, X (Twitter) and Instagram pages, as well as the Plymouth Dirt Track Racing website – www.plymouthdtr.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, Twitter and Instagram.

AKRIGHT AUTO PLYMOUTH DIRT TRACK RACING 360 SPRINT CARS
A Main: Canceled due to the city of Plymouth curfew
Heat 1: 1. 11-Tim Haddy [2]; 2. 63K-Kevin Karnitz [1]; 3. 4-Alex Pokorski [4]; 4. 69S-TJ Smith [3]; 5. 3-Justin Erickson [5]; 6. 35-Ben Schmidt [7]; 7. 66T-Tristan Koenings [8]; 8. 14J-Joseph Hintz [9]; 9. (DNF) 3BK-Bill Kreutz [6]
Heat 2: 1. 0-Blake Wondra [2]; 2. 7-Lance Fassbender [4]; 3. 24-Scott Conger [6]; 4. 09-Clayton Rossmann [3]; 5. 69-Bill Taylor [5]; 6. 08-Katelyn Krebsbach [1]; 7. 51-Chris Larson [7]; 8. (DNS) 30-Doug Wondra
Heat 3: 1. 39-Kurt Davis [2]; 2. 22B-Brandon Berth [3]; 3. 21H-TJ Haddy [4]; 4. 12P-JJ Pagel [1]; 5. 33-Josh Bilicki [5]; 6. 53A-Paul Pokorski [7]; 7. 52-Cody Schlafer [6]; 8. 46-Kevin Ruh [8]
Qualifying 1: 1. 4-Alex Pokorski, 12.635[4]; 2. 69S-TJ Smith, 12.733[5]; 3. 11-Tim Haddy, 12.768[6]; 4. 63K-Kevin Karnitz, 13.001[3]; 5. 3-Justin Erickson,13.050[8]; 6. 3BK-Bill Kreutz,13.089[2]; 7. 35-Ben Schmidt,13.160[1]; 8. 14J-Joseph Hintz,13.311[9]; 9. 66T-Tristan Koenings,14.542[7]
Qualifying 2: 1. 7-Lance Fassbender,12.614[7]; 2. 09-Clayton Rossmann,12.935[1]; 3. 0-Blake Wondra,12.963[8]; 4. 08-Katelyn Krebsbach,13.284[4]; 5. 69-Bill Taylor, 13.300[2]; 6. 24-Scott Conger,13.419[5]; 7. 51-Chris Larson,13.449[3]; 8. 30-Doug Wondra,14.423[6]
Qualifying 3: 1. 21H-TJ Haddy,12.557[3]; 2. 22B-Brandon Berth,12.607[6]; 3. 39-Kurt Davis,12.630[4]; 4. 12P-JJ Pagel,12.909[2]; 5. 33-Josh Bilicki,13.061[5]; 6. 46-Kevin Ruh,13.355[8]; 7. 52-Cody Schlafer, no time; 8. 53A-Paul Pokorski, no time

BUMPER TO BUMPER INTERSTATE RACING ASSOCIATION 410 SPRINT CARS
A Main (30 Laps): 1. 79-Blake Nimee [2]; 2. 2W-Scott Neitzel [1]; 3. 96-Jake Blackhurst [4]; 4. 10W-Mike Reinke [6]; 5. 79M-Max Guilford [3]; 6. 85M-Steve Meyer [5]; 7. 87A-Austin Hartmann [7]; 8. 49-Josh Schneiderman [11]; 9. 25-Danny Schlafer [15]; 10. 42P-Preston Perlmutter [8]; 11. 3N-Jake Neuman [17]; 12. 1T-Trevin Littleton [12]; 13. 25T-Travis Arenz [10]; 14. 9K-Kyle Schuett [19]; 15. 16C-Tylar Rankin [22]; 16. 73-Scotty Thiel [9]; 17. (DNF) 10V-Matt VanderVere[18]; 18. (DNF) 3B-Shelby Bosie[13]; 19. (DNF) 26R-Preston Ruh[23]; 20. (DNF) 4B-Scott Biertzer[24]; 21. (DNF) 14AJ-Ryan Zielski[20]; 22. (DNF) 65-Jordan Goldesberry[16]; 23. (DNF) 47-Todd King[21]; 24. (DNF) 26-Tyler Tischendorf[14]
B Main (12 Laps): 1. 47-Todd King [1]; 2. 16C-Tylar Rankin [2]; 3. 26R-Preston Ruh [4]; 4. 4B-Scott Biertzer [3]; 5. 68-Dave Uttech [5]; 6. 43-Jereme Schroeder [7]; 7. 99-Tyler Brabant [10]; 8. 16-Anthony Knierim [9]; 9. 85J-Logan Julien [11]; 10. 21-Will Gerrits [8]; 11. 88-Christopher Flick [12]; 12. (DNF) 4K-Kris Spitz [6]
Dash 1 (4 Laps): 1. 2W-Scott Neitzel [1]; 2. 79M-Max Guilford [3]; 3. 85M-Steve Meyer [4]; 4. 87A-Austin Hartmann [2]; 5. 73-Scotty Thiel [5]
Dash 2 (4 Laps): 1. 79-Blake Nimee [1]; 2. 96-Jake Blackhurst [2]; 3. 10W-Mike Reinke [3]; 4. 42P-Preston Perlmutter [4]; 5. 25T-Travis Arenz [5]
Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 79M-Max Guilford [2]; 2. 49-Josh Schneiderman [1]; 3. 87A-Austin Hartmann [4]; 4. 2W-Scott Neitzel [3]; 5. 9K-Kyle Schuett [5]; 6. 4B-Scott Biertzer [7]; 7. 68-Dave Uttech [6]; 8. 16-Anthony Knierim [8]
Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 85M-Steve Meyer [2]; 2. 3B-Shelby Bosie [1]; 3. 25-Danny Schlafer [3]; 4. 3N-Jake Neuman [6]; 5. 79-Blake Nimee [4]; 6. 47-Todd King [5]; 7. 43-Jereme Schroeder [7]; 8. (DNS) 85J-Logan Julien
Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 42P-Preston Perlmutter [1]; 2. 1T-Trevin Littleton [2]; 3. 96-Jake Blackhurs t[4]; 4. 25T-Travis Arenz [3]; 5. 10V-Matt VanderVere [6]; 6. 16C-Tylar Rankin [5]; 7. 4K-Kris Spitz [8]; 8. 99-Tyler Braban t[7]
Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 73-Scotty Thiel [2]; 2. 10W-Mike Reinke [4]; 3. 26-Tyler Tischendorf [1]; 4. 65-Jordan Goldesberry [3]; 5. 14AJ-Ryan Zielski [6]; 6. 26R-Preston Ruh[5]; 7. 21-Will Gerrits [8]; 8. 88-Christopher Flick [7]
Qualifying A: 1. 87A-Austin Hartmann, 00:11.762[10]; 2. 79-Blake Nimee, 00:11.832[11]; 3. 2W-Scott Neitzel, 00:11.949[13]; 4. 25-Danny Schlafer, 00:12.006[1]; 5. 79M-Max Guilford, 00:12.018[9]; 6. 85M-Steve Meyer, 00:12.049[8]; 7. 49-Josh Schneiderman, 00:12.166[14]; 8. 3B-Shelby Bosie, 00:12.167[2]; 9. 9K-Kyle Schuett, 00:12.203[12]; 10. 47-Todd King, 00:12.314[15]; 11. 68-Dave Uttech, 00:12.359[4]; 12. 3N-Jake Neuman, 00:12.367[5]; 13. 4B-Scott Biertzer, 00:12.438[3]; 14. 43-Jereme Schroeder, 00:12.450[16]; 15. 16-Anthony Knierim, 00:13.815[6]; 16. 85J-Logan Julien[7]
Qualifying B: 1. 96-Jake Blackhurst, 00:11.563[14]; 2. 10W-Mike Reinke, 00:11.606[12]; 3. 25T-Travis Arenz, 00:11.628[1]; 4. 65-Jordan Goldesberry, 00:11.844[13]; 5. 1T-Trevin Littleton, 00:11.999[4]; 6. 73-Scotty Thiel, 00:12.007[5]; 7. 42P-Preston Perlmutter, 00:12.063[11]; 8. 26-Tyler Tischendorf, 00:12.090[16]; 9. 16C-Tylar Rankin, 00:12.134[6]; 10. 26R-Preston Ruh, 00:12.305[2]; 11. 10V-Matt VanderVere, 00:12.334[15]; 12. 14AJ-Ryan Zielski, 00:12.578[10]; 13. 99-Tyler Brabant, 00:12.671[8]; 14. 88-Christopher Flick, 00:12.817[3]; 15. 4K-Kris Spitz, 00:12.917[7]; 16. 21-Will Gerrits[9]
Hot Laps:1. 96-Jake Blackhurst, 00:12.569[30]; 2. 3N-Jake Neuman, 00:12.646[5]; 3. 65-Jordan Goldesberry, 00:12.848[29]; 4. 3B-Shelby Bosie, 00:12.864[2]; 5. 10W-Mike Reinke, 00:12.996[28]; 6. 10V-Matt VanderVere, 00:13.010[31]; 7. 25-Danny Schlafer, 00:13.035[1]; 8. 25T-Travis Arenz, 00:13.100[17]; 9. 26-Tyler Tischendorf, 00:13.177[32]; 10. 42P-Preston Perlmutter, 00:13.218[27]; 11. 4B-Scott Biertzer, 00:13.221[3]; 12. 14AJ-Ryan Zielski, 00:13.381[26]; 13. 49-Josh Schneiderman, 00:13.548[14]; 14. 79M-Max Guilford, 00:13.718[9]; 15. 21-Will Gerrits, 00:13.751[25]; 16. 9K-Kyle Schuett, 00:13.796[12]; 17. 1T-Trevin Littleton, 00:13.880[20]; 18. 43-Jereme Schroeder, 00:13.893[16]; 19. 16-Anthony Knierim, 00:13.909[6]; 20. 47-Todd King, 00:13.942[15]; 21. 73-Scotty Thiel, 00:14.039[21]; 22. 87A-Austin Hartmann, 00:14.046[10]; 23. 85M-Steve Meyer, 00:14.056[8]; 24. 2W-Scott Neitzel, 00:14.074[13]; 25. 16C-Tylar Rankin, 00:14.503[22]; 26. 4K-Kris Spitz, 00:14.564[23]; 27. 26R-Preston Ruh, 00:14.699[18]; 28. 99-Tyler Brabant, 00:14.754[24]; 29. 68-Dave Uttech, 00:14.805[4]; 30. 79-Blake Nimee, 00:14.910[11]; 31. 88-Christopher Flick, 00:15.609[19]; 32. (DNS) 85J-Logan Julien

AUTOMETER WISCONSIN WINGLESS SPRINT CARS
A Main (15 Laps): 1. 70H-Tate Hensley [1]; 2. 0-John Fahl [3]; 3. 57-Tristan Furseth [5]; 4. 7X-Ryan Marshall [6]; 5. 91-Jimmy Sivia [9]; 6. 24-Eric Wilke [2]; 7. 11-Austin Hansen [14]; 8. 40-Tim Cox [7]; 9. 711-Tyler Kuxhouse [8]; 10. 50-Rusty Egan [10]; 11. 99J-Seth Johnson [13]; 12. 7D-Josh Davidson [19]; 13. 7-Trinity Uttech [12]; 14. 29J-Ralph Johnson [16]; 15. 67-Miles Doherty [21]; 16. 86-Johnny Meyer [22]; 17. (DNF) 38-Allen Hafford [11]; 18. (DNF) 23Z-Zach Raidart [4]; 19. (DNF) 17-Bryce Andrew s[17]; 20. (DNF) 29OG-Tom Eller [20]; 21. (DNF) 4G-George Gaertner III [15]; 22. (DNF) 4L-Lance Thompson [18]
Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 24-Eric Wilke[2]; 2. 711-Tyler Kuxhouse[4]; 3. 57-Tristan Furseth[3]; 4. 7-Trinity Uttech[1]; 5. 11-Austin Hansen[6]; 6. 29J-Ralph Johnson[5]; 7. 7D-Josh Davidson[7]; 8. 86-Johnny Meyer[8]
Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 50-Rusty Egan[1]; 2. 40-Tim Cox[4]; 3. 23Z-Zach Raidart[3]; 4. 70H-Tate Hensley[2]; 5. 99J-Seth Johnson[5]; 6. 4L-Lance Thompson[6]; 7. 29OG-Tom Eller[7]
Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 7X-Ryan Marshall[4]; 2. 91-Jimmy Sivia[2]; 3. 38-Allen Hafford[1]; 4. 0-John Fahl[3]; 5. 4G-George Gaertner III[6]; 6. 17-Bryce Andrews[5]; 7. 67-Miles Doherty[7]
Qualifying: 711-Tyler Kuxhouse, 00:13.719[2]; 2. 40-Tim Cox, 00:13.722[21]; 3. 7X-Ryan Marshall, 00:13.985[14]; 4. 57-Tristan Furseth, 00:13.992[3]; 5. 23Z-Zach Raidart, 00:13.995[17]; 6. 0-John Fahl, 00:14.138[18]; 7. 24-Eric Wilke, 00:14.161[16]; 8. 70H-Tate Hensley, 00:14.259[19]; 9. 91-Jimmy Sivia, 00:14.276[6]; 10. 7-Trinity Uttech, 00:14.290[11]; 11.50-Rusty Egan, 00:14.292[12]; 12. 38-Allen Hafford, 00:14.347[9]; 13. 29J-Ralph Johnson, 00:14.413[20]; 14. 99J-Seth Johnson, 00:14.510[13]; 15. 17-Bryce Andrews, 00:14.592[7]; 16. 11-Austin Hansen, 00:14.690[10]; 17. 4L-Lance Thompson, 00:14.880[5]; 18. 86-Johnny Meyer, 00:14.949[22]; 19. 4G-George Gaertner III, 00:14.993[15]; 20. 7D-Josh Davidson, 00:15.028[1]; 21. 29OG-Tom Eller, 00:15.150[8]; 22. (DNS) 67-Miles Doherty

 

 

Virginia Sprint Series

Laurel Highlands Sprint Series

IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Series

Hagerstown Speedway, Hagerstown, Md.

Saturday May18th 2024

Timmy Bittner Wins after Austin Reed Dominates

Timmy Bittner raced his way to second but with three laps to go was running out of time to catch race long leader Austin Reed. Then it all went right for Bittner and wrong for Reed after getting together with a lap car left him flipping out of the speedway and Bittner was able to stay up front to win his first of the year. With rain outs in the area everywhere thirty-five IMCA sprinters signed in to the smooth fast oval with heats first won by Ken Duke jr., Zack Rhodes, Timmy Bittner and Owen Dimm with the B main won by Reed Thompson. The feature line up was led by Ken Duke and Kenny Heffner as the field went green but out front like a rocket was Austin Reed and started to pull away lap after lap leaving Ken Duke, Kenny Heffner and Bittner to fight over the runner up spot. Austin Reed was not going to be caught as the laps were winding down as Bittner made his way to second and Heffner third with Josh Spicer and Duke were racing for fourth but coming to two to go in turn three it went all went wrong getting together with a lapped car and Reed going out of the park. EMT’s quickly made their way to help Reed out and he was taken to a local hospital to get checked out for safety purposes and a hand injury being released later that night thankfully. Bittner took up the lead for the quick run to the checkers and stayed there with Kenny Heffner second and Josh Spicer getting third. At the line it was Timmy Bitner, Kenny Heffner, Josh Spicer, Ken Duke jr., Colton Hendershot, Erin Statler, Zach Rhodes, Mike Melair, Jay Fry, John Scarborough, Brad Mellott, Kasey Weaver, Owen Dimm, Matt Tebbs, Jerald Harris, Breaden Varner, Hunter McFadden, Dale Schweikert, Daren Bolac, Alan Rhodes, Austin Reed, Micheal Alleman, Fred Arnold, Reed Thompson, Dylan Shatzer and Kolby Weaver. DNS Matt Mullins, Jeff Weaver sr., Caleb Harris, Matthew Leach, Aaron Leach, Ryan Lynn, AJ Barton, Ben Miklos and Donny Hendershot. Next week the Virginia Sprint Series is back to Natural Bridge Speedway on Saturday night May 25th .

Thanks for your support Jim Haines Virginia Sprint Series IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Series

 

 

Drueke, Ballenger and Gough Capture Opening-Night Victories at Huset's Speedway During Spartan ER Night

Inside Line Promotions - BRANDON, S.D. (May 19, 2024) - Tyler Drueke, Dusty Ballenger and Brylee Gough kicked off the Huset's Speedway season with winning performances on Sunday during Spartan ER Night.

Drueke executed a pair of passes in the final three laps to drive from the bottom step of the podium to the top as he earned his first career Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars victory at Huset's Speedway.

"I knew the rubber was coming in pretty hard," he said. "I kept trying to cheat it and clean it off underneath those guys to try to catch them sleeping. I looked up about five to go when I was catching (Christopher) Thram and I thought it was time to push. You have to take those chances when you get them because you never know when they'll come around."

Thram led the first 11 laps before a wild moment in traffic allowed Chase Randall to maneuver into the lead down the backstretch on Lap 12. Thram threw a pair of slide jobs at Randall in turns one and two and in turns three and four on a restart on Lap 17, but Randall was able to quickly power back into the lead each time.

With Randall riding out front with a comfortable lead, Drueke found the track cleaning off in a lower lane than most drivers. He picked his way into third place in the waning laps before passing Thram for second place in turns three and four on Lap 23. Drueke delivered the same move in the same corners on Randall one lap later before he pulled away on the last lap for the special win.

"We've tried so long," he said. "This is a tough place to win. These guys are really good. I'm just thankful."

Randall finished in the second position.

"It's tough losing to someone like that, with a little to go," he said. "I was really proud how we were in the feature."

Kaleb Johnson garnered the Hard Charger Award after driving from 12 th to third.

"I knew I'd have to battle it out the first 10 laps with a tight car and the car really came to me," he said. "Congrats to Tyler. He found the rubber a lane lower than everybody else."

Thram placed fourth and Jade Hastings rounded out the top five.

Luke Nellis set quick time during qualifying before Dusty Zomer, Sam Henderson, Matt Juhl and Thram each won a heat race. The B Main was captured by Blaine Stegenga.

Ballenger dominated the 20-lap Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series A Main to earn his 31 st career win - the ninth in the division - at the track.

"We were lucky enough to draw the front row and get out there and conserve tires," he said. "I set kind of a slow pace. I knew it'd be 20 laps of tire conservation and we got it done."

Koby Werkmeister held off Nick Barger for the runner-up position with Jacob Peterson ending fourth and Brady Donnohue fifth.

Cole Vanderheiden, Jack Thomas, Ballenger and Werkmeister were the heat race winners. The B Mains were won by Michalob Voeltz and Brandon Bosma.

Gough led all 18 laps to garner his first-career win at Huset's Speedway during the Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks main event.

"It's a good way to start the year out here," he said. "This is awesome. It's been a couple of years, but this is an awesome way to come back. My only thought was to hold that bottom strong."

Gough led the distance, but was tested closely throughout the entire race. It was J.J. Zebell challenging early before the two made contact entering turn one on a restart on Lap 5, spinning Gough. He regained the lead for the restart and Zebell went to the back before pulling off the track soon after with apparent car problems. Tim Dann inherited the runner-up position and stayed within striking distance of Gough for the remainder of the race, which featured a green-white-checkered finish.

Dann ended second with Matt Steuerwald advancing to third. Zach Olivier hustled from 15 th to fourth and Tracy Halouska charged from 17 th to fifth.

The heat races were won by Cory Yeigh, Steuerwald and Zebell.

A doubleheader is on tap at Huset's Speedway during Memorial Day Weekend with races on Sunday and Monday for Metro Construction Night presented by DKW Transport. Both nights will feature the Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars, the Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks and the Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series.

SPARTAN ER NIGHT RESULTS AT HUSET'S SPEEDWAY (May 19, 2024) -

Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 95-Tyler Drueke (5); 2. 2KS-Chase Randall (4); 3. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (12); 4. 24T-Christopher Thram (1); 5. 8H-Jade Hastings (7); 6. 3J-Dusty Zomer (9); 7. 16-Brooke Tatnell (14); 8. 14T-Tim Estenson (15); 9. 83JR-Sam Henderson (11); 10. 10J-Justin Jacobsma (10); 11. 22-Riley Goodno (19); 12. 10-Scott Bogucki (2); 13. 09-Matt Juhl (13); 14. 35-Skylar Prochaska (18); 15. 11M-Brendan Mullen (20); 16. 13-Mark Dobmeier (6); 17. 83-Justin Henderson (8); 18. 81-Stuart Snyder (22); 19. 14H-Scott Winters (3); 20. 17G-Lee Goos Jr (17); 21. 96-Blaine Stegenga (21); 22. 05S-Colin Smith (23); 23. 10X-Trevor Serbus (24); 24. 8-Jacob Hughes (16).

B Feature (10 Laps): 1. 96-Blaine Stegenga (2); 2. 81-Stuart Snyder (3); 3. 05S-Colin Smith (4); 4. 10X-Trevor Serbus (7); 5. 55-Brandon Allen (5); 6. 64-Andy Pake (8); 7. 17B-Ryan Bickett (9); 8. 22W-Aaron Werner (6); 9. 78-Bill Wagner (10); 10. (DNS) 74N-Luke Nellis; 11. (DNS) 5G-Gage Pulkrabek.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 3J-Dusty Zomer (1); 2. 14T-Tim Estenson (6); 3. 95-Tyler Drueke (3); 4. 10J-Justin Jacobsma (2); 5. 17G-Lee Goos Jr (5); 6. 81-Stuart Snyder (7); 7. (DNF) 22W-Aaron Werner (8); 8. (DNS) 74N-Luke Nellis.

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 83JR-Sam Henderson (1); 2. 83-Justin Henderson (4); 3. 2KS-Chase Randall (3); 4. 16-Brooke Tatnell (2); 5. 11M-Brendan Mullen (6); 6. 05S-Colin Smith (7); 7. 10X-Trevor Serbus (8); 8. (DNS) 5G-Gage Pulkrabek.

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 09-Matt Juhl (1); 2. 14H-Scott Winters (3); 3. 22K-Kaleb Johnson (2); 4. 8H-Jade Hastings (4); 5. 96-Blaine Stegenga (6); 6. 22-Riley Goodno (5); 7. 64-Andy Pake (7); 8. (DNS) 78-Bill Wagner.

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 24T-Christopher Thram (2); 2. 13-Mark Dobmeier (4); 3. 10-Scott Bogucki (3); 4. 8-Jacob Hughes (1); 5. 35-Skylar Prochaska (5); 6. 55-Brandon Allen (6); 7. (DNF) 17B-Ryan Bickett (7).

Qualifying (2 Laps): 1. 74N-Luke Nellis, 00:11.206 (3); 2. 83-Justin Henderson, 00:11.222 (21); 3. 8H-Jade Hastings, 00:11.301 (8); 4. 13-Mark Dobmeier, 00:11.314 (2); 5. 95-Tyler Drueke, 00:11.320 (1); 6. 2KS-Chase Randall, 00:11.336 (20); 7. 14H-Scott Winters, 00:11.364 (11); 8. 10-Scott Bogucki, 00:11.378 (13); 9. 10J-Justin Jacobsma, 00:11.384 (6); 10. 16-Brooke Tatnell, 00:11.386 (12); 11. 22K-Kaleb Johnson, 00:11.455 (31); 12. 24T-Christopher Thram, 00:11.465 (17); 13. 3J-Dusty Zomer, 00:11.485 (23); 14. 83JR-Sam Henderson, 00:11.491 (10); 15. 09-Matt Juhl, 00:11.511 (26); 16. 8-Jacob Hughes, 00:11.540 (18); 17. 17G-Lee Goos Jr, 00:11.561 (14); 18. 5G-Gage Pulkrabek, 00:11.632 (22); 19. 22-Riley Goodno, 00:11.639 (15); 20. 35-Skylar Prochaska, 00:11.639 (24); 21. 14T-Tim Estenson, 00:11.692 (30); 22. 11M-Brendan Mullen, 00:11.737 (27); 23. 96-Blaine Stegenga, 00:11.769 (7); 24. 55-Brandon Allen, 00:11.788 (9); 25. 81-Stuart Snyder, 00:11.807 (19); 26. 05S-Colin Smith, 00:11.863 (5); 27. 64-Andy Pake, 00:11.914 (28); 28. 17B-Ryan Bickett, 00:11.968 (25); 29. 22W-Aaron Werner, 00:12.014 (4); 30. 10X-Trevor Serbus, 00:12.319 (16); 31. 78-Bill Wagner, 00:13.078 (29).

Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 83X-Brylee Gough (2); 2. 40-Tim Dann (5); 3. 3-Matt Steuerwald (8); 4. 71-Zach Olivier (15); 5. 86-Tracy Halouska (17); 6. 99-Ryan DeBoer (6); 7. 9-Kyle DeBoer (13); 8. 55-John Hoing (12); 9. (DNF) 98-Dan Jensen (7); 10. (DNF) 83-Nick Janssen (1); 11. (DNF) 15-Brandon Ferguson (16); 12. (DNF) 1X-Aaron Foote (4); 13. (DNF) 29Z-JJ Zebell (3); 14. (DNF) 64-Cory Yeigh (10); 15. (DNF) 51-Billy Prouty (9); 16. (DNF) 21-Ron Howe (11); 17. (DNF) 12-Mike Chaney (14); 18. (DNS) 2-Shaun Taylor.

Fastenal Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 64-Cory Yeigh (1); 2. 83X-Brylee Gough (4); 3. 98-Dan Jensen (6); 4. 2-Shaun Taylor (2); 5. 55-John Hoing (5); 6. 71-Zach Olivier (3).

Midwest Oil / VP Fuels Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 3-Matt Steuerwald (1); 2. 99-Ryan DeBoer (4); 3. 83-Nick Janssen (2); 4. 1X-Aaron Foote (6); 5. 9-Kyle DeBoer (3); 6. (DNF) 15-Brandon Ferguson (5).

Midwest Oil / VP Fuels Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 29Z-JJ Zebell (2); 2. 40-Tim Dann (3); 3. 51-Billy Prouty (1); 4. 21-Ron Howe (4); 5. 12-Mike Chaney (6); 6. 86-Tracy Halouska (5).

Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 2D-Dusty Ballenger (2); 2. 31-Koby Werkmeister (4); 3. 14-Nick Barger (1); 4. 80P-Jacob Peterson (6); 5. 34DD-Brady Donnohue (5); 6. 13MJ-Brandon Halverson (7); 7. 32-Trefer Waller (3); 8. 63-Jack Thomas (10); 9. 15V-Cole Vanderheiden (11); 10. 7L-Jesse Lindberg (15); 11. 81-Jared Jansen (12); 12. 18-Tyler Rabenberg (13); 13. 17D-Dillon Bickett (14); 14. 28-Nicholas Winter (9); 15. 18E-Corbin Erickson (16); 16. 03-Shayle Bade (20); 17. 23V-Michalob Voeltz (17); 18. X-Dylan Waxdahl (19); 19. 56-Bill Johnson (8); 20. 23-Brandon Bosma (18).

B Feature 1 (8 Laps): 1. 23V-Michalob Voeltz (1); 2. X-Dylan Waxdahl (2); 3. 48-Cole Olson (3); 4. 12L-John Lambertz (10); 5. 3J-Jeridan Jordahl (4); 6. 23L-Aydin Lloyd (5); 7. 9X-Ramsie Shoenrock (8); 8. 28G-Gracyn Masur (6); 9. (DNF) 62J-Jay Masur (9); 10. (DNS) 4D-Logan Domagala.

B Feature 2 (8 Laps): 1. 23-Brandon Bosma (1); 2. 03-Shayle Bade (2); 3. 30-Matt Johnson (5); 4. 18D-Dalton Domagala (7); 5. 67-Dan Carsrud (6); 6. 6B-Bayley Ballenger (3); 7. (DNS) 3-Jeremiah Jordahl; 8. (DNS) 13G-Gaige Weldon; 9. (DNS) 65X-Sawyer Grogan.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 15V-Cole Vanderheiden (4); 2. 34DD-Brady Donnohue (3); 3. 13MJ-Brandon Halverson (2); 4. 18-Tyler Rabenberg (7); 5. 23V-Michalob Voeltz (6); 6. 48-Cole Olson (5); 7. 23L-Aydin Lloyd (9); 8. 4D-Logan Domagala (8); 9. 62J-Jay Masur (1).

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 63-Jack Thomas (3); 2. 28-Nicholas Winter (4); 3. 32-Trefer Waller (6); 4. 17D-Dillon Bickett (5); 5. X-Dylan Waxdahl (7); 6. 3J-Jeridan Jordahl (9); 7. (DNF) 28G-Gracyn Masur (8); 8. (DNF) 9X-Ramsie Shoenrock (1); 9. (DNF) 12L-John Lambertz (2).

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 2D-Dusty Ballenger (1); 2. 56-Bill Johnson (5); 3. 81-Jared Jansen (7); 4. 7L-Jesse Lindberg (3); 5. 23-Brandon Bosma (9); 6. 6B-Bayley Ballenger (2); 7. 30-Matt Johnson (8); 8. 18D-Dalton Domagala (6); 9. (DNF) 65X-Sawyer Grogan (4).

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 31-Koby Werkmeister (1); 2. 80P-Jacob Peterson (2); 3. 14-Nick Barger (3); 4. 18E-Corbin Erickson (7); 5. 03-Shayle Bade (5); 6. (DNF) 3-Jeremiah Jordahl (4); 7. (DNF) 67-Dan Carsrud (6); 8. (DNF) 13G-Gaige Weldon (8).

2024 HUSET'S SPEEDWAY WEEKLY DIVISION FEATURE WINNERS -

Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars :

Tyler Drueke- 1 (May 19)

Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks:

Brylee Gough- 1 (May 19)

Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series:

Dusty Ballenger- 1 (May 19)

UP NEXT -

Sunday and Monday for Metro Construction Night presented by DKW Transport featuring the Cressman Sanitation 410 Outlaw Sprint Cars, the Nordstrom's Automotive Late Model Street Stocks and the Wyffels Hybrids RaceSaver Sprint Car Series

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Duncan FAST at Florence, Lewis the BOSS

The Ti22 Performance FAST On Dirt winged 410 sprint cars and the MPD Racing Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series are the dynamic duo of the sprint car world. Rarely do you see both wing and traditional wingless 410 sprint cars come from the same camp, but last night at Florence Speedway in Kentucky, they put on a show together..... and it was one for the history books.

A great field of 28 FAST winged drivers representing 9 different states signed in for competition. On the traditional wingless side, 19 BOSS drivers representing 5 different states registered to race.

The FAST On Dirt action got off to an electrifying start when North Port, Florida's Danny Sams III broke a 20-year-old track record. Sams was the very first car out to qualify and laid down a 13.453 second lap to pace ARP Fasteners qualifying. Karter Sarff and Cole Duncan led the way in groups 2 and three. Heat races were won by Skylar Gee, Sterling Cling and Bobby Elliott. Marysville, Ohio's Jake Hesson won a tough B-Main event.

In preliminary action on the BOSS side, Ricky Lewis laid down quick time at 16.670 besting second quickest Kyle Shipley by .089 seconds. Jesse Vermillion and Nick Bilbee were the quick timers in groups 2 and 3. Heat race winners were Lewis, Jesse Vermillion and Dustin Ingle.

The 25 lap BOSS main event would run first with Blake Vermillion and Dustin Ingle on the front row with Rylan Gray and Jesse Vermillion in row 2. Dustin Webber and Lewis rolled off from row 3. Greenfield, Indiana's Rylan Gray rocketed to the early lead and led until the only race caution on lap 8 when Steve Little slowed in turn 1.

Back under green, Gray continued to show the way with Lewis up into the runner-up spot. The Oxnard, California native and defending tour champion stayed committed to the high line and he and Gray battled for the top spot. Meanwhile, twelfth starting Korbyn Hayslett was on the charge, blasting past car after car. Lewis was finally able to dispatch of Gray on lap 12 and motored away to the win. Hayslett was able to get all the way up to second with Jesse Vermillion completing the podium. Gray wound up fourth with Ingle fifth. Completing the top 10 were Kyle Shipley, Carmen Perigo, Blake Vermillion, Ryan Barr and Nick Bilbee.

After a 25-lap main event with only one brief yellow from BOSS, the FAST On Dirt drivers collectively said "hold my methanol" and reeled off 30 consecutive green flag laps. The caution free main event began with new track record holder Danny Sams on the pole with Sterling Cling alongside. Cole Duncan, the 2019 FAST titlist, rolled off third with Karter Sarff fourth. Skylar Gee and tour young-gun Bobby Elliott starting from sixth.

Sams would grab the early race lead but Duncan wasted no time in getting into the runner-up spot. The lead pair put on quite a classic duel with Duncan wrestling the lead away for good near the halfway point. Over the last half of the race, Duncan pulled away to a tremendous advantage, winning by a 7.205 second advantage over Sams. Fifth starting Skylar Gee completed the podium with ninth starting Justin Clark up for fourth. Tour point leader, Zane DeVault, completed the top 5. Brandon Spithaler, Karter Sarff, Sterling Cling, Jake Hesson and Brandon Wimmer completed the top 10.

BOX SCORE

FAST On Dirt - Race #4
Florence Speedway
28 Entries

ARP Fasteners Qualifying
Group 1: 1. 24D-Danny Sams III 13.453, 2. 99-Skylar Gee 13.548, 3. 4-Zane DeVault 13.571, 4. 37-Bryce Norris 13.801, 5. 35-Ronnie Blair 13.933, 6. 5T-Travis Philo 13.949, 7. 87-Reed Whitney 14.012, 8. 42-Chris Garnes 14.121, 9. 84-Cale Stinson 14.462, 10. 59-Bryan Nuckles 14.763

Group 2: 1. 5B-Karter Sarff 13.937, 2. 34-Sterling Cling 13.994, 3. 5J-Jake Hesson 14.142, 4. 22-Brandon Spithaler 14.150, 5. 1B-Keith Baxter 14.395, 6. 83x-Nate Reeser 14.583, 7. 5-Jeremy Weaver 14.588, 8. 4s-Danny Smith 14.637, 9. 8s-Brayton Phillips 14.709

Group 3: 1. 22-Cole Duncan 13.802, 2. 5E-Bobby Elliott 13.972, 3. A79-Brandon Wimmer 14.161, 4. 78-Justin Clark 14.163, 5. 2s-Nathan Skaggs 14.427, 6. 16th-Kevin Newton 14.555, 7. 17-Reece Saldana 14.879, 8. 11M-Nathen McDowell 16.000, 9. 4x-Bradley Ashford 16.490

NAPA of Fremont - Heat 1: 1. 99-Gee[1] ; 2. 4-DeVault[2] ; 3. 24D-Sams[4] ; 4. 5T-Philo[6] ; 5. 37-Norris[3] ; 6. 87-Whitney[7] ; 7. 59-Nuckles[10] ; 8. 35-Blair[5] ; 9. 42-Garnes[8] ; 10. 84-Stinson[9]

ALLmobility of Dayton - Heat 2: 1. 34-Cling[1] ; 2. 22-Spithaler[3] ; 3. 5B-Sarff[4] ; 4. 4s-Smith[8] ; 5. 1B-Baxter[5] ; 6. 83x-Reeser[6] ; 7. 5J-Hesson[2] ; 8. 5-Weaver[7] ; 9. 8s-Phillips[9]

All Pro Cylinder Heads - Heat 3: 1. 5E-Elliott[1] ; 2. 78-Clark[3] ; 3. A79-Wimmer[2] ; 4. 22-Duncan[4] ; 5. 2-Skaggs[5] ; 6. 17-Saldana[7] ; 7. 4x-Ashford[9] ; 8. 16th-Newton[6] ; 9. 11M-McDowell[8]

Victory Fuel - B Main: 1. 5J-Hesson[5] ; 2. 59-Nuckles[4] ; 3. 87-Whitney[1] ; 4. 83x-Reeser[2] ; 5. 8s-Phillips[11] ; 6. 5-Weaver[8] ; 7. 35-Blair[7] ; 8. 84-Stinson[13] ; 9. 42-Garnes[10] ; 10. 11M-McDowell[12] ; 11. 4x-Ashford[6] ; 12. 17-Saldana[3] ; 13. 16th-Newton[9]

Ti22 Performance - A Main: 1. 22-Duncan[3] ; 2. 24D-Sams[1] ; 3. 99-Gee[5] ; 4. 78-Clark[9] ; 5. 4-DeVault[7] ; 6. 22-Spithaler[8] ; 7. 5B-Karter Sarff[4] ; 8. 34-Cling[2] ; 9. 5J-Hesson[16] ; 10. A79-Wimmer[10] ; 11. 4s-Smith[12] ; 12. 5E-Elliott[6] ; 13. 1B-Baxter[14] ; 14. 37-Norris[13] ; 15. 83x-Reeser[19] ; 16. 8s-Phillips[20] ; 17. 59-Nuckles[17] ; 18. 87-Whitney[18] ; 19. 2s-Skaggs[15] ; 20. 5T-Philo[11]

Helms & Sons Contruction - Hard Charger: 5J-Hesson +7

Helms & Sons Construction - Hard Luck: 5-Weaver

BOX SCORE
Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series - Race #2
Florence Speedway
19 Entries

ARP Fasteners Qualifying
Group 1: 1. 41-Ricky Lewis 16.670, 2. 0g-Kyle Shipley 16.759, 3. 76-J.J. Hughes 16.868, 4. 25-Blake Vermillion 17.187, 5. 21B-Ryan Barr 17.653, 6. 53-Steve Little 18.109

Group 2: 1. 5v-Jesse Vermillion 17.329, 2. 06-Rylan Gray 17.358, 3. 14c-Nate Carle 17.486, 4. 21-Carmen Perigo 17.530, 5. 24L-Lee Underwood 17.795, 6. 5A-Toby Alfrey 18.204

Group 3: 1. 17-Nick Bilbee 17.380, 2. 1H-Korbyn Hayslett 17.509, 3. 9-Dustin Webber 18.041, 4. 2di-Dustin Ingle 18.156, 5. 1s-James Saam 99.999, 6. 5-Weaver[DNQ] ; 7. 11M-McDowell[DNQ]

Dave Poske's Performance Parts - Heat 1: 1. 41-Lewis[4] ; 2. 25-B.Vermillion[1] ; 3. 0G-Shipley[3] ; 4. 76-Hughes[2] ; 5. 21B-Barr[5] ; 6. 53-Little[6]

Outsider's Merchandise & Apparel - Heat 2: 1. 5v-J.Vermillion[4] ; 2. 06-Gray[3] ; 3. 21-Perigo[1] ; 4. 24L-Underwood[5] ; 5. 14c-Carle[2] ; 6. 5A-Alfrey[DNS]

Elizabeth Gardner Photography - Heat 3: 1. 2di-Ingle[1] ; 2. 9-Webber[2] ; 3. 17-Bilbee[4] ; 4. 1H-Hayslett[3] ; 5. 5-Weaver[6] ; 6. 1s-Saam[DNS] ; 7. 11M-McDowell[DNS]

MPD Racing - A Main: 1. 41-Lewis[6] ; 2. 1H-Hayslett[12] ; 3. 5v-J.Vermillion[4] ; 4. 06-Gray[3] ; 5. 2di-Ingle[2] ; 6. 0g-Shipley[7] ; 7. 21-Perigo[8] ; 8. 25-B.Vermillion[1] ; 9. 21B-Barr[13] ; 10. 17-Bilbee[9] ; 11. 24L-Underwood[11] ; 12. 76-Hughes[10] ; 13. 9-Webber[5] ; 14. 14c-Carle[14] ; 15. 5-Weaver[15] ; 16. 11M-McDowell[17] ; 17. 53-Little[16] ; 18. 5A-Alfrey[DNS] ; 19. 1s-Saam[DNS]

All Pro Cylinder Heads - Hard Charger: 1H-Hayslett +10

All Star Performance - Hard Luck: 5A-Alfrey

Cowen Truck Line - Steel Block Bonus: 1s-Saam

Hoosier Racing Tire Bonus: 41-Lewis

 

 

LOGAN MITCHELL SCORES COVETED HOME TRACK VICTORY WITH OCEAN SPEEDWAY WIN

WATSONVILLE, CALIFORNIA (May 18, 2024) – 2023 Western Midget Racing runner-up Logan Mitchell of Santa Cruz scored a coveted home track win on Friday night, taking the 20-lap feature at Watsonville’s Ocean Speedway. Mitchell had previously scored three second place finishes at the quarter-mile dirt track at the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds. The win is his second of the season and thrusts him into the championship points lead heading into Saturday night’s co-sanction with BCRA for the Tom Manning Memorial at Petaluma Speedway.

“Man I’m going to get emotional right now. I’ve been going here as a fan since I was a little baby. To win here finally with a bunch friends and fans and family – what a better way to get our first Ocean win,” Mitchell said.

Delano’s Terry Nichols and Mitchell starred in a thrilling heat race to kick off the night, with Nichols crossing over Mitchell to win the eight-lap contest. The heat race result was inverted by four for the main event lineup, slotting Boscacci Racing teammates Anthony Bruno of San Jose and Bryant Bell of Oakley on the front row for the feature.

Bruno led lap before his championship winning teammate Bell knifed underneath him on the backstretch to lead lap two. Bruno then flipped wildly in turn one for a red flag on lap five. He was uninjured.

Bell paced Mitchell at the front of the pack before shattered dreams when Bell’s Toyota Walnut Creek sponsored machine went up in smoke on lap 13.

Mitchell assumed the top spot and led the final seven circuits for the popular victory. Nichols finished second followed by Lodi’s Nate Wait, Moorpark’s Todd Hawse, and Santa Clarita’s Todd Hawse.

Western Midget Racing races again Saturday night to complete a doubleheader, running in a co-sanctioned feature with BCRA for the Tom Manning Memorial.

For more information visit www.WesternMidgetRacing.com

RESULTS: Ocean Speedway May 17, 2024

A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 96X-Logan Mitchell[3]; 2. 1K-Terry Nichols[4]; 3. 35W-Nate Wait[5]; 4. 18-Todd Hawse[7]; 5. 15-Adam Weisberg[8]; 6. 20-Kyle Hawse[6]; 7. 09-Bryant Bell[2]; 8. 9-Anthony Bruno[1]

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 1K-Terry Nichols[2]; 2. 96X-Logan Mitchell[4]; 3. 09-Bryant Bell[3]; 4. 9-Anthony Bruno[1]; 5. 35W-Nate Wait[8]; 6. 20-Kyle Hawse[6]; 7. 18-Todd Hawse[5]; 8. 15-Adam Weisberg[7]

2024 WMR Schedule – Subject to Change
March 16 Ventura Raceway – WINNER: Anthony Bruno
March 29 Ocean Speedway – RAIN OUT
March 30 Marysville Raceway – RAIN OUT

April 20 Bakersfield Speedway – WINNER: Logan Mitchell

May 4 Ventura Raceway – WINNER: Bryant Bell
May 17 Ocean Speedway – WINNER: Logan Mitchell
May 18 Petaluma Speedway w/ BCRA Tom Manning Memorial

June 7 Ocean Speedway
June 8 Petaluma Speedway
June 22 Ventura Raceway

July 12 Ocean Speedway Howard Kaeding Classic
July 13 Ocean Speedway Howard Kaeding Classic
July 26 Ocean Speedway
July 27 Antioch Speedway

August 9 Ocean Speedway Johnny Key Classic
August 10 Ocean Speedway Johnny Key Classic

September 21 Bakersfield Speedway

October 25 Kevin Harvick’s Kern Raceway October Classic
October 26 Ventura Raceway

 

 

KURT NELSON RETURNS TO OCEAN SPEEDWAY VICTORY LANE UNDER FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS

WATSONVILLE, CALIFORNIA (May 18, 2024) – Ocean Sprints presented by Taco Bravo veteran Kurt Nelson of Gilroy earned a well-deserved second career series win on Friday night and his first since 2019, topping the 30-lap feature. Nelson led a parade of drivers at Ocean Speedway who earned breakthrough or overdue victories during an exciting five division lineup at the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds. Nelson is a veteran of more than 250 Ocean Sprints starts.

“This is amazing. For a little while there I thought ‘I’m 52 years old; I’m washed up.’ But I guess I proved I can still drive them,” Nelson said. “It was pretty narrow up there. This car was just working amazing. Can’t thank Heavy D (Darin Smith) enough, we do the set up over the phone. This one is for my mom, she passed away in October. This one is for you mom.”

19-year-old Cal Poly San Luis Obispo student Bryce Eames and Nelson won the heat races for front row starting positions for the main event. Eames leapt ahead with the lap one lead. A battle of two of the best in the west developed for third behind them with Chase Johnson of Penngrove and two-time 2024 Ocean winner Tanner Carrick of Lincoln engaged. Action was halted when Campbell’s Adam Kaeding flipped in turn one.

Nelson and Johnson used some trickery to dive inside of Eames on the restart, sweeping into the top-two positions on the front stretch and relegating Eames back to third on lap five.

Johnson approached Nelson at the halfway point of the race with lapped traffic in their midst. Nelson chased the slower car of Jennifer Osborne of Geyserville for several laps. He then slid her into turn three, but the duo made race-ending contact for Osborne on lap 20.

Nelson led the final ten circuits for the win followed by Johnson, Eames, Carrick, and Salinas’ Caleb Debem.

2023 Western Midget Racing runner-up Logan Mitchell of Santa Cruz scored a coveted home track win by taking the 20-lap feature. Mitchell had previously scored three second place finishes at the speedway.

“Man I’m going to get emotional right now. I’ve been going here as a fan since I was a little baby. To win here finally with a bunch friends and fans and family – what a better way to get our first Ocean win,” Mitchell said.

Boscacci Racing teammates Anthony Bruno of San Jose and Bryant Bell of Oakley started on the front row for the feature. Bruno led lap before his championship winning teammate Bell knifed underneath him on the backstretch to lead lap two. Bruno then flipped wildly in turn one for a red flag on lap five. He was uninjured.

Bell paced Mitchell at the front of the pack before shattered dreams when Bell’s machine went up in smoke on lap 13.

Mitchell assumed the top spot and led the final seven circuits for the popular victory. Delano’s Terry Nichols finished second followed by Lodi’s Nate Wait, Moorpark’s Todd Hawse, and Santa Clarita’s Todd Hawse.

Watsonville’s Adriane Frost also was a popular winner when she topped the 20-lap Hobby Stock race. Frost was part of an opening lap fracas with Bobby Gallaher of San Jose and Wally Kennedy of Freedom but was able to continue.

Norm Ayers made a daring maneuver up the middle of a three-wide battle to take the lead on lap one. The Corralitos driver was then passed by DJ Keldsen on lap two. Keldsen and Joyce Gallaher of San Jose tangled on lap nine, sending Keldsen spinning out of the lead and bringing out a caution flag.

On the restart, Frost led 2023 champion Joe Gallaher. Frost fended off Gallaher the rest of the way to win. Keldsen charged back to third followed by Bobby Gallaher and Kennedy.

Galt’s Ryan Winter and the rest of the South Bay Dwarf Car series returned to Ocean Speedway for the first time in 2024 with Winter prevailing. A freshly reworked race track presented challenges for the drivers, allowing Winter to drive underneath of the pack to go fifth to first in the opening corner.

Danny Wagner of Baypoint tried multiple different lines including cleaning off the outside line, dropping as low as fourth but charging back to second. Wagner worked towards Winter on the backstretch on lap 17. Winter adjusted his approach after the challenge, and darted ahead over the final three laps for the win. Wagner settled for second followed by Ellie Russo of Baypoint, Santa Maria’s Ryan Caldwell, and Joe Barket of Morro Bay.

Derek Summers of Santa Cruz led all 15-laps for the Four Bangers win. The win was a walk off in his first career start in the division, and he made the decision to run on Thursday evening. Thomas Cumming, Lisa Rhodes, Peter Vannerus, and Leo Lotz rounded out the top-five.

Ocean Speedway May 17, 2024 – Ocean Sprints presented by Taco Bravo
A Feature 1 (30 Laps): 1. 72W-Kurt Nelson[2]; 2. 28-Chase Johnson[3]; 3. 50-Bryce Eames[1]; 4. 83T-Tanner Carrick[4]; 5. 3D-Caleb Debem[6]; 6. 17-Rickey Sanders[5]; 7. 25S-Seth Standley[7]; 8. 72S-Bradley Dillard[9]; 9. 72JR-Chris Nelson[8]; 10. 76-Jennifer Osborne[13]; 11. 3M-Adam Kaeding[11]; 12. (DNS) 8-Jeremy Chisum; 13. (DNS) 98-Vince Giannotta

 

 

Bryan Sebetto continues hot streak, defeats GLSS 360s with his 305 at Fremont

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Saturday, May 18, 2024

By Brian Liskai

FREMONT, Ohio – Bryan Sebetto continued his winning ways Saturday, May 18 at Fremont Speedway presented by Gill Construction. The former track 410 sprint champion drove his 305 sprint to a convincing victory against the Great Lakes Super Sprints 360s on Truck Worx of Ohio Night.

Sebetto won last Saturday at Fremont and Friday, May 17 at Attica Raceway Park as well and now has three victories in a row. Sebetto led all 25 laps on route to his 27th career victory at “The Track That Action Built.”

It was a good night for the Fremont Federal Credit Union 305 Sprints as Jamie Miller drove from 11th to a runner-up finish with GLSS drivers Max Stambaugh, Brad Lamberson, and Dustin Daggett rounding out the top five.

“I didn’t know how big of a lead I had and I was playing with the wing moving it back and forth a little bit. I was getting kind of tight on the cushion where I was really good early in the race but as my tires got hotter I got tighter on the curb and I had to start pulling off of it. I felt like I was losing speed. Luckily cautions fell and I didn’t really have to move around much other than lapped traffic. But when I did I could roll the middle, I could roll the bottom…I could go anywhere I wanted,” said Sebetto of his Sandusky Bay Remodeling, JLH General Contractor, Sandusky Bay RV Rentals, KH Suspension, Overwatch Precision, Riehl Custom Fabrication, Race Ready Apparel, Level Performance, Commercial Glazing Systems, NAPA of Fremont, Clay Keim, Depot Pizza, CA Kustoms backed #01.

“I wish Guy Meyers was here tonight…he couldn’t be here so it was just me Kevin my car owner and Chase and my boys Braxton and Bentley. It means a lot when I win with my wife and my boys and my family here. To do it two nights in a row is really something. Both Jamie (Miller) and I doing this in Riehl Custom Fabrication Chassis…these cars are just bad ass. We have a great balance on this thing,” added Sebetto.

In the Burmeister Trophy Dirt Trucks Jamie Miller came into Saturday’s races undefeated, winning both features so far in 2024. Keith Sorg finished second in both. That changed Saturday. Sorg, a former two time division champion at Fremont Speedway, took the lead from Steve Miller on lap five, lost it for a lap to Miller, then regained the lead on lap 14 and never looked back, hitting his marks perfectly to score his eighth career win at Fremont.

“I felt like I made mistakes every lap. I just could not get off the bottom…that was the place to be,” said Sorg of his Fremont Fence, M&L Excavating, Westend Tire, Great Lakes Garage Door, Advanced Auto Parts backed #8.

Fremont Speedway will host a big weekend of racing on Saturday, May 25 for the Double Down Thrown Down Night with the Fort Ball Pizza Palace 410 Sprints, Fremont Federal Credit Union 305 Sprints and Burmeister Trophy Dirt Trucks in action. Then on Monday, May 27 the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series comes to town.

Reserved tickets for the World of Outlaws event can be purchased by going to www.fremontohspeedway.com and clicking on schedule and “details.”

All events at Fremont Speedway Presented by Gill Construction in 2024 will be streamed on DirtVision. Keep up to date with Fremont Speedway by going to www.fremontohspeedway.com or on Facebook at www.facebook/FremontSpeedway or on Twitter at https://twitter.com/FremontSpeedway or follow on My Race Pass at www.myracepass.com

About Gill Construction – https://kgcpc.com

Owned and operated by Ray Brooks, and headquartered in nearby Port Clinton, Ohio, Gill Construction specializes in an array of land and water services, utilizing over five decades of experience to build an extensive repertoire which includes site excavation, site utilities, demolition, trenching, and marina service. Gill Construction boasts a dynamic, diverse, and experienced workforce, guaranteed to perform and complete any task with the utmost customer satisfaction.

Fremont Speedway

Presented by Gill Construction

Saturday, May 18, 2024

GLSS vs. 305’s

A Feature 1 (25 Laps): 1. 01-Bryan Sebetto[2]; 2. 26M-Jamie Miller[11]; 3. 71H-Max Stambaugh[3]; 4. 27-Brad Lamberson[8]; 5. 85-Dustin Daggett[1]; 6. 2-Brenden Torok[5]; 7. X-Mike Keegan[6]; 8. 24-Kobe Allison[10]; 9. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[7]; 10. 29-Zeth Sabo[14]; 11. 17-Jared Horstman[13]; 12. 23-Devon Dobie[9]; 13. 22M-Dan McCarron[12]; 14. 5JR-Jimmy Mcgrath[15]; 15. 1W-Paul Weaver[21]; 16. 50YR-Craig Mintz[4]; 17. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[23]; 18. 0-Bradley Bateson[19]; 19. 7C-Phil Gressman[20]; 20. 70-Eli Lakin[17]; 21. 49T-Gregg Dalman[24]; 22. 31-Jac Nickles[16]; 23. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[22]; 24. 12X-Dustin Stroup[18]

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 1W-Paul Weaver[1]; 2. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[13]; 3. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[7]; 4. X15-Kasey Ziebold[2]; 5. 8K-Zack Kramer[12]; 6. 26-Lee Sommers[8]; 7. 12W-Dylan Watson[6]; 8. 19P-Brady Parmeley[11]; 9. 09-Daniel Hoffman[9]; 10. 3X-Blayne Keckler[10]; 11. 19R-Steve Rando[3]; 12. 39M-DJ Foos[5]; 13. 27K-Zac Broughman[4]

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[1]; 2. 49T-Gregg Dalman[2]; 3. 66-Chase Dunham[5]; 4. 3M-Logan Mongeau[3]; 5. 11H-Caleb Harmon[12]; 6. 78-Austin Black[9]; 7. 51M-Haldon Miller[6]; 8. G5-Gunnar Setser[4]; 9. 49I-John Ivy[7]; 10. 11A-Abby Hohlbein[10]; 11. 85F-Dustin Feller[11]; 12. 8-Jim Leaser[8]; 13. (DNS) 18-Ben Watson

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 85-Dustin Daggett[1]; 2. 26M-Jamie Miller[2]; 3. 29-Zeth Sabo[3]; 4. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[4]; 5. 1W-Paul Weaver[5]; 6. 3M-Logan Mongeau[6]; 7. 12W-Dylan Watson[8]; 8. 8-Jim Leaser[7]; 9. 19P-Brady Parmeley[10]; 10. (DNS) 18-Ben Watson

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 01-Bryan Sebetto[1]; 2. 22M-Dan McCarron[2]; 3. 23-Devon Dobie[4]; 4. 70-Eli Lakin[3]; 5. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[5]; 6. 27K-Zac Broughman[7]; 7. 51M-Haldon Miller[6]; 8. 09-Daniel Hoffman[9]; 9. 85F-Dustin Feller[8]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 2-Brenden Torok[1]; 2. 71H-Max Stambaugh[4]; 3. 5JR-Jimmy Mcgrath[3]; 4. 12X-Dustin Stroup[5]; 5. X15-Kasey Ziebold[2]; 6. G5-Gunnar Setser[7]; 7. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[6]; 8. 78-Austin Black[9]; 9. 8K-Zack Kramer[8]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 24-Kobe Allison[1]; 2. 17-Jared Horstman[3]; 3. X-Mike Keegan[4]; 4. 0-Bradley Bateson[6]; 5. 49T-Gregg Dalman[5]; 6. 39M-DJ Foos[2]; 7. 49I-John Ivy[7]; 8. 3X-Blayne Keckler[9]; 9. 11H-Caleb Harmon[8]

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 27-Brad Lamberson[2]; 2. 50YR-Craig Mintz[4]; 3. 31-Jac Nickles[1]; 4. 7C-Phil Gressman[3]; 5. 19R-Steve Rando[6]; 6. 66-Chase Dunham[7]; 7. 26-Lee Sommers[9]; 8. 11A-Abby Hohlbein[8]; 9. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[5]

Qualifying 1 (99 Laps): 1. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek, 00:13.079[9]; 2. 85-Dustin Daggett, 00:13.281[5]; 3. 26M-Jamie Miller, 00:13.451[4]; 4. 29-Zeth Sabo, 00:13.455[1]; 5. 1W-Paul Weaver, 00:13.633[3]; 6. 3M-Logan Mongeau, 00:13.636[7]; 7. 8-Jim Leaser, 00:13.865[8]; 8. 12W-Dylan Watson, 00:13.993[2]; 9. (DNS) 18-Ben Watson, 00:13.993

Qualifying 2 (99 Laps): 1. 23-Devon Dobie, 00:13.225[5]; 2. 01-Bryan Sebetto, 00:13.268[1]; 3. 22M-Dan McCarron, 00:13.270[8]; 4. 70-Eli Lakin, 00:13.354[7]; 5. 5DD-Dustin Dinan, 00:13.682[2]; 6. 51M-Haldon Miller, 00:13.917[3]; 7. 27K-Zac Broughman, 00:13.954[9]; 8. 85F-Dustin Feller, 00:14.487[4]; 9. 09-Daniel Hoffman, 00:14.535[6]

Qualifying 3 (99 Laps): 1. 71H-Max Stambaugh, 00:13.113[9]; 2. 2-Brenden Torok, 00:13.564[2]; 3. X15-Kasey Ziebold, 00:13.653[7]; 4. 5JR-Jimmy Mcgrath, 00:13.681[1]; 5. 12X-Dustin Stroup, 00:13.697[6]; 6. 10TS-Tyler Schiets, 00:13.791[4]; 7. G5-Gunnar Setser, 00:13.923[5]; 8. 8K-Zack Kramer, 00:13.960[8]; 9. 78-Austin Black, 00:14.058[3]

Qualifying 4 (99 Laps): 1. X-Mike Keegan, 00:13.243[4]; 2. 24-Kobe Allison, 00:13.410[2]; 3. 39M-DJ Foos, 00:13.425[9]; 4. 17-Jared Horstman, 00:13.461[6]; 5. 49T-Gregg Dalman, 00:13.830[3]; 6. 0-Bradley Bateson, 00:13.907[5]; 7. 49I-John Ivy, 00:13.934[1]; 8. 11H-Caleb Harmon, 00:14.044[7]; 9. 3X-Blayne Keckler, 00:14.137[8]

Qualifying 5 (99 Laps): 1. 50YR-Craig Mintz, 00:13.017[6]; 2. 31-Jac Nickles, 00:13.415[2]; 3. 27-Brad Lamberson, 00:13.495[8]; 4. 7C-Phil Gressman, 00:13.497[3]; 5. 20I-Kelsey Ivy, 00:13.587[4]; 6. 19R-Steve Rando, 00:13.636[7]; 7. 66-Chase Dunham, 00:13.859[5]; 8. 11A-Abby Hohlbein, 00:14.021[1]; 9. 26-Lee Sommers, 00:14.271[9]

Burmeister Trophy Dirt Trucks

A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 8-Keith Sorg[3]; 2. P51-Dave Golembiewski[6]; 3. 5S-Bradley Stuckey[2]; 4. 7X-Dana Frey[11]; 5. 9-Curt Inks[14]; 6. 99-Eric Potridge[15]; 7. 165R-Derrick Roseman[19]; 8. 34W-Keith Whaley[10]; 9. 7XP-Cyle Poole[21]; 10. 36M-Cory McCaughey[5]; 11. 28-Cody Laird[9]; 12. 17X-Dustin Keegan[4]; 13. 3B-Kaydin Bailey[20]; 14. 32H-Dan Hennig[7]; 15. 20-Caleb Shearn[18]; 16. 9S-Tony Parker[16]; 17. 51-Dave Bankey[22]; 18. 1M-Scott Milligan[13]; 19. 35-Ron Miller[17]; 20. (DNS) 26-Kyle Lagrou; 21. (DQ) 4M-Jamie Miller[8]; 22. (DQ) 95-Steve Miller[1]

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Steve Miller[4]; 2. 8-Keith Sorg[3]; 3. 17X-Dustin Keegan[2]; 4. 28-Cody Laird[5]; 5. 1M-Scott Milligan[1]; 6. 9S-Tony Parker[7]; 7. 165R-Derrick Roseman[6]; 8. 51-Dave Bankey[8]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 4M-Jamie Miller[4]; 2. P51-Dave Golembiewski[2]; 3. 34W-Keith Whaley[1]; 4. 7X-Dana Frey[5]; 5. 9-Curt Inks[3]; 6. 35-Ron Miller[6]; 7. 3B-Kaydin Bailey[7]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 32H-Dan Hennig[4]; 2. 5S-Bradley Stuckey[2]; 3. 36M-Cory McCaughey[3]; 4. 26-Kyle Lagrou[1]; 5. 99-Eric Potridge[6]; 6. 20-Caleb Shearn[5]; 7. 7XP-Cyle Poole[7]

Qualifying 1 (2 Laps): 1. 95-Steve Miller, 00:17.305[22]; 2. 4M-Jamie Miller, 00:17.411[4]; 3. 32H-Dan Hennig, 00:17.429[5]; 4. 8-Keith Sorg, 00:17.537[3]; 5. 9-Curt Inks, 00:17.738[18]; 6. 36M-Cory McCaughey, 00:17.768[17]; 7. 17X-Dustin Keegan, 00:17.852[6]; 8. P51-Dave Golembiewski, 00:17.859[2]; 9. 5S-Bradley Stuckey, 00:17.866[16]; 10. 1M-Scott Milligan, 00:17.922[21]; 11. 34W-Keith Whaley, 00:18.081[15]; 12. 26-Kyle Lagrou, 00:18.103[13]; 13. 28-Cody Laird, 00:18.148[14]; 14. 7X-Dana Frey, 00:18.193[10]; 15. 20-Caleb Shearn, 00:18.230[1]; 16. 165R-Derrick Roseman, 00:18.318[11]; 17. 35-Ron Miller, 00:18.563[20]; 18. 99-Eric Potridge, 00:18.731[19]; 19. 9S-Tony Parker, 00:19.148[12]; 20. 3B-Kaydin Bailey, 00:19.214[7]; 21. 7XP-Cyle Poole, 00:19.397[9]; 22. 51-Dave Bankey, 00:20.043[8]

 

 

THE OHIO GASMAN AND 305 DRIVER BRYAN SEBETTO SECURE THE MI AND OH WEEKEND

FRIDAY MAY 17TH

Hartford, MI - Fremont, OH native Phil Gressman wins his first Feature Race of the 2024 season with the Great Lakes Super Sprints presented by Engine Pro & ARP Friday night.

Gressman did not come to play, as soon as he was on the track, he owned it! Drawing the second position in the redraw, he managed to maneuver through lap traffic and secure the first Michigan CAT Sprint Division win on the 2024 season!

HARTFORD SPEEDWAY RESULTS:
PERFIT A Feature 1 25 Laps | 00:11:30.233

7C-Phil Gressman[2]; 2. 71H-Max Stambaugh[4]; 3. 17-Jared Horstman[1]; 4. 10BR-Jason Blonde[8]; 5. 01-Chase Ridenour[3]; 6. 85-Dustin Daggett[13]; 7. 10SR-Keith Sheffer Jr[9]; 8. 49T-Gregg Dalman[7]; 9. 16-Ryan Ruhl[12]; 10. 27-Brad Lamberson[5]; 11. 31-Jac Nickles[11]; 12. 19-Jett Mann[16]; 13. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[6]; 14. 38-Max Frank[19]; 15. 11A-Abby Hohlbein[14]; 16. 70-Eli Lakin[10]; 17. 27K-Zac Broughman[22]; 18. 11H-Caleb Harmon[21]; 19. 10S-Jay Steinebach[15]; 20. 67-Kevin Martens[20]; 21. 23-Devon Dobie[18]; 22. 22-Aaron Shaffer[17]

Engler Machine and Tool Heat 1 8 Laps | 00:05:38.070

17-Jared Horstman[1]; 2. 49T-Gregg Dalman[2]; 3. 01-Chase Ridenour[4]; 4. 16-Ryan Ruhl[3]; 5. 11A-Abby Hohlbein[5]; 6. 19-Jett Mann[6]; 7. 38-Max Frank[7]

Beacon and Bridge Heat 2 8 Laps | 00:06:17.316

7C-Phil Gressman[1]; 2. 10BR-Jason Blonde[2]; 3. 70-Eli Lakin[5]; 4. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[4]; 5. 10S-Jay Steinebach[3]; 6. 22-Aaron Shaffer[7]; 7. 67-Kevin Martens[6]

Jim Coffey & Sons Heat 3 8 Laps | 00:04:00.974

71H-Max Stambaugh[1]; 2. 10SR-Keith Sheffer Jr[2]; 3. 31-Jac Nickles[3]; 4. 85-Dustin Daggett[5]; 5. 27-Brad Lamberson[4]; 6. 23-Devon Dobie[6]; 7. 11H-Caleb Harmon[8]; 8. 27K-Zac Broughman[7]

Qualifying 1 99 Laps | 00:00:54.198

01-Chase Ridenour, 00:14.820[1]; 2. 17-Jared Horstman, 00:14.962[2]; 3. 49T-Gregg Dalman, 00:14.980[6]; 4. 16-Ryan Ruhl, 00:14.998[3]; 5. 11A-Abby Hohlbein, 00:15.155[5]; 6. 19-Jett Mann, 00:15.156[4]; 7. 38-Max Frank, 00:15.176[7]

Qualifying 2 99 Laps | 00:01:12.075

20I-Kelsey Ivy, 00:15.091[4]; 2. 7C-Phil Gressman, 00:15.165[1]; 3. 10BR-Jason Blonde, 00:15.169[2]; 4. 10S-Jay Steinebach, 00:15.421[7]; 5. 70-Eli Lakin, 00:15.557[6]; 6. 67-Kevin Martens, 00:15.752[3]; 7. (DNS) 22-Aaron Shaffer, 00:15.752

Qualifying 3 99 Laps | 00:01:12.787

27-Brad Lamberson, 00:14.997[5]; 2. 71H-Max Stambaugh, 00:15.039[3]; 3. 10SR-Keith Sheffer Jr, 00:15.126[4]; 4. 31-Jac Nickles, 00:15.142[8]; 5. 85-Dustin Daggett, 00:15.209[6]; 6. 23-Devon Dobie, 00:15.210[1]; 7. 27K-Zac Broughman, 00:15.555[2]; 8. 11H-Caleb Harmon, 00:16.087[7]

SATURDAY MAY 18TH
Fremont, OH - Fremont, OH native Bryan Sebetto wins his first Feature Race with the Great Lakes Super Sprints presented by Engine Pro & ARP Saturday night. Sebetto is a 305 sprint car that raced together with the 360 sprints cars at Fremont Speedway.

Sebetto did not come to play, as soon as he was on the track, he put the pedal to the dirt! Drawing the second position in the redraw, he managed to maneuver through lap traffic and secure the first Ohio CAT Sprint Division win on the 2024 season! Second place went to another 305 driver who also claimed the Hard Charger for tonight was Jamie Miller from Fostoria, OH. Rounding out the top 5, Max Stambaugh out of Elida, OH came in third, Brad Lamberson from Parma, MI in fourth, and Dustin Daggett from Portland, MI in fifth!

FREMONT SPEEDWAY RESULTS:

PERFIT A Feature 1 25 Laps | 00:30:26.174

01-Bryan Sebetto[2]; 2. 26M-Jamie Miller[11]; 3. 71H-Max Stambaugh[3]; 4. 27-Brad Lamberson[8]; 5. 85-Dustin Daggett[1]; 6. 2-Brenden Torok[5]; 7. X-Mike Keegan[6]; 8. 24-Kobe Allison[10]; 9. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[7]; 10. 29-Zeth Sabo[14]; 11. 17-Jared Horstman[13]; 12. 23-Devon Dobie[9]; 13. 22M-Dan McCarron[12]; 14. 5JR-Jimmy Mcgrath[15]; 15. 1W-Paul Weaver[21]; 16. 50YR-Craig Mintz[4]; 17. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[23]; 18. 0-Bradley Bateson[19]; 19. 7C-Phil Gressman[20]; 20. 70-Eli Lakin[17]; 21. 49T-Gregg Dalman[24]; 22. 31-Jac Nickles[16]; 23. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[22]; 24. 12X-Dustin Stroup[18]

PERFIT B Feature 1 12 Laps | 00:16:55.063

1W-Paul Weaver[1]; 2. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[13]; 3. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[7]; 4. X15-Kasey Ziebold[2]; 5. 8K-Zack Kramer[12]; 6. 26-Lee Sommers[8]; 7. 12W-Dylan Watson[6]; 8. 19P-Brady Parmeley[11]; 9. 09-Daniel Hoffman[9]; 10. 3X-Blayne Keckler[10]; 11. 19R-Steve Rando[3]; 12. 39M-DJ Foos[5]; 13. 27K-Zac Broughman[4]

PERFIT B Feature 2 12 Laps | 00:13:16.868

5DD-Dustin Dinan[1]; 2. 49T-Gregg Dalman[2]; 3. 66-Chase Dunham[5]; 4. 3M-Logan Mongeau[3]; 5. 11H-Caleb Harmon[12]; 6. 78-Austin Black[9]; 7. 51M-Haldon Miller[6]; 8. G5-Gunnar Setser[4]; 9. 49I-John Ivy[7]; 10. 11A-Abby Hohlbein[10]; 11. 85F-Dustin Feller[11]; 12. 8-Jim Leaser[8]; 13. (DNS) 18-Ben Watson

Engler Machine and Tool Heat 1 8 Laps | 00:07:20.957

85-Dustin Daggett[1]; 2. 26M-Jamie Miller[2]; 3. 29-Zeth Sabo[3]; 4. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[4]; 5. 1W-Paul Weaver[5]; 6. 3M-Logan Mongeau[6]; 7. 12W-Dylan Watson[8]; 8. 8-Jim Leaser[7]; 9. 19P-Brady Parmeley[10]; 10. (DNS) 18-Ben Watson

Howard Johnson by Wyndham of Lima Heat 2 8 Laps | 00:06:00.962

01-Bryan Sebetto[1]; 2. 22M-Dan McCarron[2]; 3. 23-Devon Dobie[4]; 4. 70-Eli Lakin[3]; 5. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[5]; 6. 27K-Zac Broughman[7]; 7. 51M-Haldon Miller[6]; 8. 09-Daniel Hoffman[9]; 9. 85F-Dustin Feller[8]

Ohio CAT The Rental Store Heat 3 8 Laps | 00:06:54.905

2-Brenden Torok[1]; 2. 71H-Max Stambaugh[4]; 3. 5JR-Jimmy Mcgrath[3]; 4. 12X-Dustin Stroup[5]; 5. X15-Kasey Ziebold[2]; 6. G5-Gunnar Setser[7]; 7. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[6]; 8. 78-Austin Black[9]; 9. 8K-Zack Kramer[8]

Specialty Fuels and Logistics Heat 4 8 Laps | 00:02:00.003

24-Kobe Allison[1]; 2. 17-Jared Horstman[3]; 3. X-Mike Keegan[4]; 4. 0-Bradley Bateson[6]; 5. 49T-Gregg Dalman[5]; 6. 39M-DJ Foos[2]; 7. 49I-John Ivy[7]; 8. 3X-Blayne Keckler[9]; 9. 11H-Caleb Harmon[8]

Specialty Fuels and Logistics Heat 5 8 Laps | 00:08:53.970

27-Brad Lamberson[2]; 2. 50YR-Craig Mintz[4]; 3. 31-Jac Nickles[1]; 4. 7C-Phil Gressman[3]; 5. 19R-Steve Rando[6]; 6. 66-Chase Dunham[7]; 7. 26-Lee Sommers[9]; 8. 11A-Abby Hohlbein[8]; 9. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[5]

Ti-22 Performance Qualifying 1 99 Laps | 00:00:43.075

11N-Kasey Jedrzejek, 00:13.079[9]; 2. 85-Dustin Daggett, 00:13.281[5]; 3. 26M-Jamie Miller, 00:13.451[4]; 4. 29-Zeth Sabo, 00:13.455[1]; 5. 1W-Paul Weaver, 00:13.633[3]; 6. 3M-Logan Mongeau, 00:13.636[7]; 7. 8-Jim Leaser, 00:13.865[8]; 8. 12W-Dylan Watson, 00:13.993[2]; 9. (DNS) 18-Ben Watson, 00:13.993

Ti-22 Performance Qualifying 2 99 Laps | 00:01:13.945

23-Devon Dobie, 00:13.225[5]; 2. 01-Bryan Sebetto, 00:13.268[1]; 3. 22M-Dan McCarron, 00:13.270[8]; 4. 70-Eli Lakin, 00:13.354[7]; 5. 5DD-Dustin Dinan, 00:13.682[2]; 6. 51M-Haldon Miller, 00:13.917[3]; 7. 27K-Zac Broughman, 00:13.954[9]; 8. 85F-Dustin Feller, 00:14.487[4]; 9. 09-Daniel Hoffman, 00:14.535[6]

Ti-22 Performance Qualifying 3 99 Laps | 00:00:51.696

71H-Max Stambaugh, 00:13.113[9]; 2. 2-Brenden Torok, 00:13.564[2]; 3. X15-Kasey Ziebold, 00:13.653[7]; 4. 5JR-Jimmy Mcgrath, 00:13.681[1]; 5. 12X-Dustin Stroup, 00:13.697[6]; 6. 10TS-Tyler Schiets, 00:13.791[4]; 7. G5-Gunnar Setser, 00:13.923[5]; 8. 8K-Zack Kramer, 00:13.960[8]; 9. 78-Austin Black, 00:14.058[3]

Ti-22 Performance Qualifying 4 99 Laps | 00:00:57.637

X-Mike Keegan, 00:13.243[4]; 2. 24-Kobe Allison, 00:13.410[2]; 3. 39M-DJ Foos, 00:13.425[9]; 4. 17-Jared Horstman, 00:13.461[6]; 5. 49T-Gregg Dalman, 00:13.830[3]; 6. 0-Bradley Bateson, 00:13.907[5]; 7. 49I-John Ivy, 00:13.934[1]; 8. 11H-Caleb Harmon, 00:14.044[7]; 9. 3X-Blayne Keckler, 00:14.137[8]

Ti-22 Performance Qualifying 5 99 Laps | 00:00:53.954

50YR-Craig Mintz, 00:13.017[6]; 2. 31-Jac Nickles, 00:13.415[2]; 3. 27-Brad Lamberson, 00:13.495[8]; 4. 7C-Phil Gressman, 00:13.497[3]; 5. 20I-Kelsey Ivy, 00:13.587[4]; 6. 19R-Steve Rando, 00:13.636[7]; 7. 66-Chase Dunham, 00:13.859[5]; 8. 11A-Abby Hohlbein, 00:14.021[1]; 9. 26-Lee Sommers, 00:14.271[9]

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ROTZ HOLDS OFF PARROW FOR FIRST CAREER CRSA WIN

Race Report By: Marty Czekala - May 19, 2024

CANANDAIGUA, N.Y. – A new CRSA Sprints series record of 38 drivers checked in to Land of Legends Raceway Saturday to kick off the DisBatch Brewing Company Challenge.

In the end, a first-time winner had to earn his stripes.

Matt Rotz led all 20 laps and held off Bobby Parrow in the final laps to score his first career CRSA win and his first-ever win at Canandaigua.

"It feels like I've been working towards this all my life. I finally achieved it," said Rotz, who is in his fourth year of sprint car racing.

In the final laps, with a series of cautions, Parrow kept closing onto the leader and climbed up the leaderboard to have a chance on Rotz. With two to go, Parrow went for the lead with a run underneath and grabbed, but before Parrow crossed the line, a red flag flew for Cliff Pierce and Jerry Sehn Jr. Both drivers were okay.

This gave Rotz the lead back and defended perfectly over Parrow's move to get it done.

"Before the last caution, I saw him get under me," Rotz explained. "I was like, 'Oh crap, I got to change something up.' After that restart, I went low where he would go, and it just worked."

"Matt learned from it," said Parrow. "He was driving defensively, and I got to hand it to him. He did good."

The feature began with Alysha Bay and Matt Rotz on the front row. Wing-to-wing after the first lap, Rotz could clear and pull away. While entering lapped traffic near the halfway point, Bay and Ethan Gray could close in on the leader while approaching lapped traffic.

After a 14-lap run, the race's first yellow flew when Dalton Herrick broke, bringing the field back together.

Outside of Rotz being the top story, it was Parrow making moves down low and up high, especially on restarts, to get a chance at the win. Restarting fifth on the lap 15 restart, he passed John Smith for fourth. Eventually, he would overtake Bay for second approaching two to go before a yellow for Tyler Chartrand, Parrow had a chance to pounce.

He took the lead by passing Rotz low for the lead, but because the red flew before Parrow could take the white, the field reverted to the previous green flag lap. The final restart gave Rotz a second chance to hold off Parrow, which the No. 77 did by a tenth of a second.

"I was gonna see if he was going to block the middle and bottom or go up top,” Parrow said on his restarts, especially on the final restart. “I thought my restarts were okay, but I gotta be better to pass them all."

Parrow moving past Alysha Bay and Jeff Trombley on the high side in the final laps was the Maguire Family of Dealerships Magnificent Move of the Race.

Tomy Moreau was the Powdertech Powdercoating Hard Charger of the Race, gaining 13 spots to finish fifth.

CRSA will now turn its attention to Weedsport Speedway on Sunday to begin the I-90 Pit Stop Challenge. The action can be seen live on DIRTVision.

A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 77-Matt Rotz[2]; 2. 80-Bobby Parrow[8]; 3. 48A-Alysha Bay[1]; 4. 3A-Jeff Trombley[7]; 5. 22-Tomy Moreau[18]; 6. 10-Nathan Pierce[15]; 7. 23-John Smith[4]; 8. 21Z-Zach Sobotka[20]; 9. 21B-Blake Warner[5]; 10. 8-Dillon Paddock[22]; 11. 18C-Dan Craun[9]; 12. 2-Randy Years[21]; 13. 12-Tyler Chartrand[16]; 14. J27-John Cunningham[17]; 15. 28-Ron Greek[13]; 16. D9-Dustin Sehn[25]; 17. 410-Jerry Sehn Jr[26]; 18. 9K-Kyle Pierce[11]; 19. 4-Cliff Pierce[19]; 20. 25G-Tyler Graves[10]; 21. 17E-Ethan Gray[6]; 22. 26J-Johnny Kolosek[3]; 23. 29-Dalton Herrick[24]; 24. 121-Steve Glover[14]; 25. 33Z-Sydney Weatherbee[23]; 26. (DNS) 66-Jordan Hutton

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 121-Steve Glover[1]; 2. 21Z-Zach Sobotka[3]; 3. J27-John Cunningham[2]; 4. 29-Dalton Herrick[5]; 5. X-Dan Bennett[4]; 6. 14X-Lance Dusett[6]; 7. D9-Dustin Sehn[8]; 8. 1NY-Mark Reynolds[7]; 9. 410-Jerry Sehn Jr[9]; 10. 99-Adam Depuy[11]; 11. 22M-Aaron Shelton[12]; 12. 29T-Tori Kaplin[10]; 13. 48JR-Darryl Ruggles[14]; 14. 45-David Ferguson[13]; 15. 18L-Timmy Lotz[15]

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 23-John Smith[4]; 2. 48A-Alysha Bay[3]; 3. 3A-Jeff Trombley[9]; 4. 22-Tomy Moreau[1]; 5. 2-Randy Years[6]; 6. 29-Dalton Herrick[7]; 7. 9-Alan Buchanan[10]; 8. 29T-Tori Kaplin[2]; 9. 99-Adam Depuy[8]; 10. 30-Kirsten Dombroski[5]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 25G-Tyler Graves[2]; 2. 77-Matt Rotz[4]; 3. 26J-Johnny Kolosek[1]; 4. 12-Tyler Chartrand[3]; 5. 28-Ron Greek[7]; 6. 121-Steve Glover[9]; 7. 21Z-Zach Sobotka[10]; 8. 1NY-Mark Reynolds[6]; 9. 410-Jerry Sehn Jr[8]; 10. 14-James Layton[5]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 18C-Dan Craun[2]; 2. 9K-Kyle Pierce[1]; 3. 80-Bobby Parrow[6]; 4. 10-Nathan Pierce[4]; 5. 8-Dillon Paddock[5]; 6. J27-John Cunningham[8]; 7. X-Dan Bennett[9]; 8. D9-Dustin Sehn[3]; 9. 22M-Aaron Shelton[7]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 66-Jordan Hutton[8]; 2. 21B-Blake Warner[5]; 3. 17E-Ethan Gray[2]; 4. 4-Cliff Pierce[1]; 5. 33Z-Sydney Weatherbee[4]; 6. 14X-Lance Dusett[6]; 7. (DNF) 18L-Timmy Lotz[7]; 8. (DNF) 48JR-Darryl Ruggles[9]; 9. (DNF) 45-David Ferguson[3]

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WCS BECOMES A HAVEN FOR SPEED

Written By: William Burkhart

After 2 weeks of downpour and even a late shower on race day Orrville’s Historic Dirt Oval comes alive again.

While not racing for points the Pine Tree Towing sprint cars still had a strong 17 car field. Ricky Peterson would dominate on the start. Lap 2 would see the first Bucks Auto Sales red flag as Cody Bova would snag a rut and end up on his side. The racing would resume once more. On lap 13 another red would fly as a fire would break out under the 38K. Myers would climb out unharmed. Peterson would still have a great restart over Jordan Ryan and TJ Michael. Peterson would go on to lead all 25 laps and pick up his second win of 2024. “I love this place. When I first got a 410 we raced here and I just fell in love with this place” Peterson added in Summit Racing Equipment victory lane.

Malcuits Tavern UMP Late Models would hit the track next. The 25-lap feature would see Moore getting an early lead. The battle for second would be a three-car duel between Ryan Markham, Dave Hornikel, and JR Gentry. Towards the end of the race a handful of yellows would continually stack up the field. Moore would get amazing drives off every restart with Ryan Markham following in second to the finish. Dave Hornikel would fend off Gentry for a third and earn Porkchops sweet move of the race. When Moore was asked about his recent switch from Rocket to Longhorn Moore said “These guys either need to join or they are going to behind and be in big [trouble]”

Nate Young and NY racer Greg Johnson would lead the field to green in the Flynn’s Tire & Auto Service UMP Modifieds. NY Racers Greg and Zach Johnson would hold second and third respectively with Ryan Markham unable to get by. Young would dominate to get his first win of 2024. “This place fits my driving style so well, it’s always right up next to the guardrail.”

The Glass House Super Stocks would see Veteran racer Charlie Duncan cruise to an easy victory with a war for second. Kyle McAfee, Braden Tucke. And Don Baney would trade slide jobs back and forth all race long before Braden Tucke would ultimately grab second and Kyle McAfee in third. “It feels great to get back here in victory lane. Its been about 3 or 4 years since I’ve won here” Charlie added in his Victory Interview.

Joyride Transport Mini Stocks would be the final feature of the night Doug Hensel, Johnny Bruce Sr., Anthony Collins, and Billy Dawson would battle it out for the the lead spot until lap 3 when Dawson would unfortunately break. Bruce, Hensel, and Collins would all throw down for the rest of the race. Hensel even threw his 18 machine into turn one like it was a late model. In the end Collins would be the one to fend off the field for his second win of 2024. “What a great year we are having, this is so much fan man!” and excited Collins would share in Victory Lane. Doug Hensel came home second with Bruce in third.

Wayne County Speedway is back on May 25th for Whites Ford Night which will include all five divisions and King of The County for Modified and Late Models.

Media Results for 5/18/2024 at Wayne County Speedway - Orrville, OH
Pine Tree Towing & Recovery 410 Sprints 20 Entries
A Feature 25 Laps | 00:31:33.893
1. 2P-Ricky Peterson[1]; 2. 25R-Jordan Ryan[2]; 3. 19-TJ Michael[4]; 4. 1-Jamie Myers[7]; 5. 8T-Tanner Tecco[15]; 6. 1MC-Wayne McPeek[8]; 7. 3TN-Tyler Newhart[10]; 8. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[6]; 9. 13-Jeremy Duposki[9]; 10. 7DK-Dylan Kingan[12]; 11. 7-Troy Kingan[14]; 12. 2-Joe Adorjan[11]; 13. 9H-Lance Heinberger[13]; 14. 86-Mike Lutz[17]; 15. 00-Anthony Gaskins[18]; 16. 98-Robert Robenalt[16]; 17. 38K-Chris Myers[3]; 18. 6J-Jonah Aumend[20]; 19. 20B-Cody Bova[5]; 20. 91X-Aaron Middaugh[19]

Heat 1 8 Laps | 00:05:07.322
1. 2P-Ricky Peterson[4]; 2. 19-TJ Michael[3]; 3. 1-Jamie Myers[2]; 4. 3TN-Tyler Newhart[5]; 5. 9H-Lance Heinberger[1]; 6. 98-Robert Robenalt[6]; 7. 91X-Aaron Middaugh[7]

Heat 2 8 Laps | 00:05:15.083
1. 25R-Jordan Ryan[3]; 2. 20B-Cody Bova[4]; 3. 1MC-Wayne McPeek[1]; 4. 2-Joe Adorjan[5]; 5. 7-Troy Kingan[2]; 6. 86-Mike Lutz[7]; 7. 6J-Jonah Aumend[6]

Heat 3 8 Laps | 00:04:23.549
1. 38K-Chris Myers[4]; 2. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[2]; 3. 13-Jeremy Duposki[1]; 4. 7DK-Dylan Kingan[3]; 5. 8T-Tanner Tecco[6]; 6. 00-Anthony Gaskins[5]

Qualifying 8 Laps | 00:04:49.997
1. 2P-Ricky Peterson, 00:14.870[9]; 2. 20B-Cody Bova, 00:15.247[6]; 3. 38K-Chris Myers, 00:15.315[12]; 4. 19-TJ Michael, 00:15.431[13]; 5. 25R-Jordan Ryan, 00:15.469[5]; 6. 7DK-Dylan Kingan, 00:15.717[15]; 7. 1-Jamie Myers, 00:15.774[16]; 8. 7-Troy Kingan, 00:15.871[7]; 9. 9Z-Duane Zablocki, 00:15.920[8]; 10. 9H-Lance Heinberger, 00:15.970[1]; 11. 1MC-Wayne McPeek, 00:16.159[3]; 12. 13-Jeremy Duposki, 00:16.296[11]; 13. 3TN-Tyler Newhart, 00:16.376[18]; 14. 2-Joe Adorjan, 00:16.443[19]; 15. 00-Anthony Gaskins, 00:16.757[14]; 16. 98-Robert Robenalt, 00:16.853[10]; 17. 6J-Jonah Aumend, 00:16.977[4]; 18. 8T-Tanner Tecco, 00:17.103[17]; 19. 91X-Aaron Middaugh, 00:18.134[2]

Malcuit Tavern UMP Late Models 17 Entries
A Feature 25 Laps | 00:19:39.810
1. 1*-Kyle Moore[1]; 2. 5M-Ryan Markham[3]; 3. 71-Dave Hornikel[2]; 4. 14JR-JR Gentry[5]; 5. 7-Nick Cox[6]; 6. 21-Wes Morrison[8]; 7. 14C-Codee Schneider[9]; 8. 93-Justin Chance[10]; 9. J28-Jason Henderson[17]; 10. 59-Larry Bellman[4]; 11. 14-Chase Coffman[14]; 12. 2C-Clint Coffman[7]; 13. 69R-Doug Baird[15]; 14. U2-Kristin Uhler[11]; 15. 61-Tony Paynter[13]; 16. 217-Howard Fraley[12]; 17. 22-Dominic DeNero[16]

Heat 1 8 Laps | 00:04:17.956
1. 1*-Kyle Moore[4]; 2. 5M-Ryan Markham[3]; 3. 14JR-JR Gentry[1]; 4. 2C-Clint Coffman[2]; 5. 14C-Codee Schneider[8]; 6. U2-Kristin Uhler[7]; 7. 61-Tony Paynter[6]; 8. 69R-Doug Baird[9]; 9. J28-Jason Henderson[5]

Heat 2 8 Laps | 00:02:26.580
1. 71-Dave Hornikel[3]; 2. 59-Larry Bellman[2]; 3. 7-Nick Cox[4]; 4. 21-Wes Morrison[1]; 5. 93-Justin Chance[6]; 6. 217-Howard Fraley[5]; 7. 14-Chase Coffman[8]; 8. 22-Dominic DeNero[7]

Qualifying 8 Laps | 00:04:29.000
1. 1*-Kyle Moore, 00:16.824[15]; 2. 7-Nick Cox, 00:17.436[4]; 3. 5M-Ryan Markham, 00:17.439[11]; 4. 71-Dave Hornikel, 00:17.441[12]; 5. 2C-Clint Coffman, 00:17.632[13]; 6. 59-Larry Bellman, 00:17.671[14]; 7. 14JR-JR Gentry, 00:17.727[9]; 8. 21-Wes Morrison, 00:18.030[16]; 9. J28-Jason Henderson, 00:18.620[5]; 10. 217-Howard Fraley, 00:18.715[17]; 11. 61-Tony Paynter, 00:18.834[10]; 12. 93-Justin Chance, 00:18.964[6]; 13. U2-Kristin Uhler, 00:19.021[1]; 14. 22-Dominic DeNero, 00:19.262[3]; 15. 14C-Codee Schneider, 00:19.650[2]; 16. 14-Chase Coffman, 00:20.623[8]; 17. 69R-Doug Baird, 00:20.932[7]

Flynn’s Tire & Auto Service UMP Modifieds 20 Entries
A Feature 20 Laps | 00:19:04.973
1. 42-Nate Young[1]; 2. 105-Zach Johnson[5]; 3. 92-Joel Watson[7]; 4. 05-Greg Johnson[2]; 5. 99-Casey Butler[6]; 6. 1-Vincent DePizzo[8]; 7. 5-Ryan Markham[3]; 8. 60-Jimmy Humphrey[10]; 9. 22G-Jesse Griffitts[18]; 10. 16-Caden Alexander[4]; 11. 47S-Gary Sullivan[16]; 12. 33-Robbie Ledger[15]; 13. 187-Tyler Wiles[9]; 14. 7-Dustin DeMattia[13]; 15. 185-Ron Miller[20]; 16. 78-Richard Grogg[19]; 17. 187T-Mitch Caskey[14]; 18. 36-Brent Coffman[11]; 19. 12-Kasey Lam[12]; 20. (DNS) 911-Colton Lehman

Heat 1 8 Laps | 00:03:13.431
1. 42-Nate Young[4]; 2. 16-Caden Alexander[2]; 3. 92-Joel Watson[3]; 4. 60-Jimmy Humphrey[1]; 5. 7-Dustin DeMattia[5]; 6. 47S-Gary Sullivan[6]; 7. 78-Richard Grogg[7]

Heat 2 8 Laps | 00:03:07.743
1. 05-Greg Johnson[2]; 2. 105-Zach Johnson[1]; 3. 1-Vincent DePizzo[3]; 4. 36-Brent Coffman[5]; 5. 187T-Mitch Caskey[4]; 6. (DNS) 911-Colton Lehman

Heat 3 8 Laps | 00:04:57.643
1. 5-Ryan Markham[4]; 2. 99-Casey Butler[3]; 3. 187-Tyler Wiles[1]; 4. 12-Kasey Lam[2]; 5. 33-Robbie Ledger[7]; 6. 22G-Jesse Griffitts[5]; 7. 185-Ron Miller[6]

Qualifying 8 Laps | 00:01:30.000
1. 42-Nate Young, 00:18.669[4]; 2. 187T-Mitch Caskey, 00:19.137[7]; 3. 5-Ryan Markham, 00:19.170[9]; 4. 92-Joel Watson, 00:19.180[5]; 5. 1-Vincent DePizzo, 00:19.222[2]; 6. 99-Casey Butler, 00:19.297[13]; 7. 16-Caden Alexander, 00:19.340[15]; 8. 05-Greg Johnson, 00:19.341[18]; 9. 12-Kasey Lam, 00:19.680[8]; 10. 60-Jimmy Humphrey, 00:19.823[12]; 11. 105-Zach Johnson, 00:19.910[20]; 12. 187-Tyler Wiles, 00:19.924[1]; 13. 7-Dustin DeMattia, 00:19.936[19]; 14. 33-Robbie Ledger, 00:19.961[3]; 15. 22G-Jesse Griffitts, 00:20.097[11]; 16. 47S-Gary Sullivan, 00:20.132[10]; 17. 36-Brent Coffman, 00:20.281[6]; 18. 185-Ron Miller, 00:20.454[16]; 19. 78-Richard Grogg, 00:21.248[17]; 20. (DNS) 911-Colton Lehman, 00:55.000

The Glass House Super Stocks 6 Entries
A Feature 12 Laps | 00:07:39.452
1. 77-Charlie Duncan[1]; 2. 18-Braden Tucke[4]; 3. 3B-Kyle McAfee[3]; 4. 27B-Don Baney[2]; 5. 72-Tyler Nicely[5]; 6. 45-Denny Shear[6]

Heat 1 8 Laps | 00:03:24.000
1. 77-Charlie Duncan[4]; 2. 27B-Don Baney[2]; 3. 3B-Kyle McAfee[3]; 4. 18-Braden Tucke[1]; 5. 72-Tyler Nicely[5]; 6. 45-Denny Shear[6]

Qualifying 8 Laps | 00:02:12.000
1. 77-Charlie Duncan, 00:20.123[3]; 2. 3B-Kyle McAfee, 00:20.422[5]; 3. 27B-Don Baney, 00:20.658[2]; 4. 18-Braden Tucke, 00:20.898[1]; 5. 72-Tyler Nicely, 00:21.003[4]; 6. 45-Denny Shear, 00:22.260[6]

Joyride Transport Mini Stocks 23 Entries
A Feature 12 Laps | 00:22:40.158
1. 71-Anthony Collins[2]; 2. 18-Doug Hensel[5]; 3. 311-Johnny Bruce Sr[3]; 4. 7CM-Cody Musselman[14]; 5. 89-Travis Hutton[11]; 6. 41-Gene Arkenburgh[8]; 7. 29-Mitch Reichard[4]; 8. 18X-Dustin Bedlion[17]; 9. 711-Kenny Long[13]; 10. 54-Clayton Evans[15]; 11. 31-Valek Menough[23]; 12. 11-Trent Bishop[9]; 13. 49B-Jimmy Burns[18]; 14. 43D-Peyton Davis[10]; 15. 05D-Colten Davis[21]; 16. 12-JR Graser[12]; 17. 43K-David Keagy[20]; 18. 14-Kristefer Collins[7]; 19. 7C-Billy Dawson[1]; 20. F7-Josh Ramirez[6]; 21. (DNS) 278-Zack Hershey; 22. (DNS) 100-David Potter; 23. (DNS) 17-Cody Newbury

Heat 1 6 Laps | 00:09:31.172
1. 7C-Billy Dawson[4]; 2. 29-Mitch Reichard[1]; 3. 14-Kristefer Collins[5]; 4. 43D-Peyton Davis[2]; 5. 711-Kenny Long[6]; 6. 278-Zack Hershey[3]; 7. 100-David Potter[7]; 8. 17-Cody Newbury[8]

Heat 2 6 Laps | 00:03:40.285
1. 71-Anthony Collins[5]; 2. 18-Doug Hensel[7]; 3. 41-Gene Arkenburgh[1]; 4. 89-Travis Hutton[3]; 5. 7CM-Cody Musselman[6]; 6. 18X-Dustin Bedlion[2]; 7. 43K-David Keagy[4]; 8. (DNS) 31-Valek Menough

Heat 3 6 Laps | 00:03:12.629
1. 311-Johnny Bruce Sr[3]; 2. F7-Josh Ramirez[1]; 3. 11-Trent Bishop[5]; 4. 12-JR Graser[7]; 5. 54-Clayton Evans[6]; 6. 49B-Jimmy Burns[2]; 7. 05D-Colten Davis[4]

Hot Laps 8 Laps | 00:03:14.423
1. 7C-Billy Dawson[10]; 2. 311-Johnny Bruce Sr[9]; 3. 17-Cody Newbury[22]; 4. 278-Zack Hershey[7]; 5. 41-Gene Arkenburgh[2]; 6. 71-Anthony Collins[14]; 7. 711-Kenny Long[16]; 8. 12-JR Graser[21]; 9. 29-Mitch Reichard[1]; 10. 7CM-Cody Musselman[17]; 11. 89-Travis Hutton[8]; 12. F7-Josh Ramirez[3]; 13. 14-Kristefer Collins[13]; 14. 11-Trent Bishop[15]; 15. 54-Clayton Evans[18]; 16. 43K-David Keagy[11]; 17. 43D-Peyton Davis[4]; 18. (DNS) 18X-Dustin Bedlion; 19. (DNS) 49B-Jimmy Burns; 20. (DNS) 05D-Colten Davis; 21. (DNS) 100-David Potter; 22. (DNS) 18-Doug Hensel; 23. (DNS) 31-Valek Menough

 

 

Bobby Santos in victory lane at Berlin Raceway

MARNE, Mich. (May 18, 2024) – Bobby Santos III saved the best for the very last Saturday evening during the season opener for the Must See Racing Perfit Sprint Car Series.

Santos used a high-side sweep in turns three and four of the always-racy Berlin Raceway to slip past five-time series champion Jimmy McCune coming to two laps to go.

From there, Santos streaked off into the distance, leading the remaining distance for his eighth career Must See Racing sprint car win and first since June 16, 2023, at Lorain (Ohio) Raceway Park.

The past NASCAR modified champion-turned sprint car and Silver Crown ace officially led the final three laps of the 30-lap feature, earning $4,000 for his efforts.

“I’ve been torturing my two kids; (son) Julian likes to win more than anyone I know, and he said dad hasn’t been winning as much as he wants lately,” Santos joked in victory lane. “This one feels good for us in the Month of May, it’s a big win going into Carb Night and the Little 500 next weekend.”

Santos was a second-and-a-half back with 10 to go after getting held up in lap traffic, but when McCune nearly clipped the inside wall with five to go, it gave the cagey veteran a chance to pounce.

“That was so tough,” he said. “Jimmy is awesome in these winged cars, so you have to capitalize on every little thing possible … and he had that one slip late where we were able to make a move. Chasing him when he starts out front is a battle, but we’re thrilled it was a battle we could win tonight.”

Other than a caution at lap two for a spin by rookie Brady Allum in turn four, the feature was run with no major issues. A seven-inversion put Florida’s Tommy Nichols on the pole, and he led the first two circuits before giving way to McCune on the ensuing restart.

McCune dominated the middle stages, opening up nearly a two-second advantage at one point, but as traffic became a factor in the closing laps Santos drew closer and closer to McCune’s rear bumper.

Try as he might, McCune had nothing left to fight with once Santos got past and had to settle for second.

“With eight or nine to go there, it seemed like I may have hit the loudpedal just a little too hard, because we got free and it ate the tires up,” explained the Toledo, Ohio native. “About got the inside fence there late, but we saved it and still came home second. Nothing too shabby; not too disappointed and we’ll go onto the next one.”

Canadian Ryan Litt filled out the podium finishers ahead of defending series champion Jason Blonde and two-time Must See Racing Driver of the Year Joe Liguori.

Dorman Snyder and Rick Holley were the remaining cars on the lead lap in sixth and seventh, respectively, while Davey Hamilton Jr. ended up a lap down in eighth after having to drop to the rear of the field for the start due to a cut tire on the pace laps.

Liguori started the night as the fast qualifier, earning those laurels for the eighth time in his career after a lap of 13.454 seconds (117.199 mph), while Snyder and Hamilton split the eight-lap heat race victories.

An early start time of 4 p.m. meant the tidy program took the checkered flag at 7:26 p.m. in the east.

The next Must See Racing Perfit Sprint Car Series race is scheduled for June 1 at Lancaster (N.Y.) National Speedway. It will be the first trip for the traveling tour to the five-eighths-mile, D-shaped oval.

The results:

Qualifying (best of two laps): 1. Joe Liguori, 68, Liguori-13.454; 2. Ryan Litt, 07L, Litt-13.546; 3. Jason Blonde, 42, Nosal-13.553; 4. Bobby Santos III, 22a, Fieler-13.577; 5. Davey Hamilton Jr., 14, Morgan-13.839; 6. Jimmy McCune, 88, McCune-13.968; 7. Tommy Nichols, 55, Nichols-14.298; 8. Rick Holley, 85, Holley-14.303; 9. Kevin Mingus, Z10, Mingus-14.356; 10. Bobby Komisarski, 7, Fogle-14.357; 11. Dorman Snyder, 99, Stickney-14.446; 12. Brady Allum, 87JR, Gen III-14.531; 13. Arie Luyendyk Jr., 25, Morgan-14.639; 14. Teddy Alberts, 44, Wolverine-14.639; 15. Joe Speakman, 72S, Speakman-14.850; 16. Tom Geren, 11G, Geren-15.047; 17. Charlie Schultz, 9s, IBT-NT.

Mahle Heat #1 (8 laps, all transfer): 1. Dorman Snyder, 2. Bobby Komisarski, 3. Teddy Alberts, 4. Kevin Mingus, 5. Brady Allum, 6. Arie Luyendyk Jr., 7. Joe Speakman, 8. Tom Geren, 9. Charlie Schultz (DNS). [2:01.850]

Nitro Black Heat #2 (8 laps, all transfer): 1. Davey Hamilton Jr., 2. Jason Blonde, 3. Jimmy McCune, 4. Bobby Santos III, 5. Ryan Litt, 6. Joe Liguori, 7. Tommy Nichols, 8. Rick Holley. [2:00.894]

Perfit A-Feature (30 laps): 1. Bobby Santos III [4], 2. Jimmy McCune [2], 3. Ryan Litt [6], 4. Jason Blonde [5], 5. Joe Liguori [7], 6. Dorman Snyder [11], 7. Rick Holley [8], 8. Davey Hamilton Jr. [3], 9. Bobby Komisarski [10], 10. Tommy Nichols [1], 11. Arie Luyendyk Jr. [13], 12. Joe Speakman [15], 13. Brady Allum [12], 14. Teddy Alberts [14], 15. Kevin Mingus [9], 16. Tom Geren (DNS), 17. Charlie Schultz (DNS).

Lap Leader(s): Tommy Nichols 1-2, Jimmy McCune 3-27, Bobby Santos III 28-30.

Hard Charger: 99-Dorman Snyder (+5)

 

 

Aaron Reutzel Astonishes with POWRi 410 Outlaw Sprint Win at Lee County Speedway

Donnellson, IA. (5/17/24) Aaron Reutzel would dominate in an over seven second winning advantage with the POWRi 410 Outlaw Sprint in the Hawkeye Hustle presented by Start2Finish TV to notch his fourth league victory and pocket the $5K payday in an outstanding feature event at Lee County Speedway.

Flying onto the smooth surface with twenty-seven talented entrants of the POWRi 410’s would see Garet Williamson set a track record quick qualifying time of 13.096-second lap with Austin McCarl, Paul Neinhiser, and Will Armitage each earning heat racing victories as Gunnar Ramey would wheel his way to the lone semi feature win.

Captivating the crowd on the initial green flag start with high-point qualifier Aaron Reutzel and Blake Hahn lined up in the front row as pole-starter Aaron Reutzel would gain the lead on the opening lap with Blake Hahn, Chase Randall, Austin McCarl, and Garet Williamson all raced within the top five.

Dominating in fine fashion Aaron Reutzel would be in a class by himself throughout the feature never really feeling any pressure for the top running position as true battle would break out throughout the pas with Austin McCarl and Garet Williamson swarming around Blake Hahn, Paul Neinhiser and Chase Randall all event within the top six.

Aaron Reutzel would not be denied in earning his fourth career POWRi 410 Outlaw Sprint victory in an action-packed thirty-lap caution free main event with Austin McCarl hustling into the runner-up position late.

“We tried a different car tonight and I think we might be onto something with this car handling the shorter tracks better,” said an elated Aaron Reutzel in the victory lane ceremony celebrations. Adding, “It seemed like I could run anywhere with so much drive off the corners”.

Challenging closely behind would find Garet Williamson placing on the final podium placement from the starting fourth on the initial green flag. Chase Randall would be among the frontrunners all feature to fourth as Blake Hahn would round out the top-five finishers for the POWRi 410 Outlaw Sprints at Lee County Speedway’s Hawkeye Hustle.

Lee County Speedway | POWRi 410 Outlaw Sprint Series | 5/17/24:

Hoosier Racing Tire Quick Qualifying Time: 23-Garet Williamson(13.096)

Flying A Motorsports Heat Race 1 Winner: 88-Austin McCarl

Engler Machine & Tool Heat Race 2 Winner: 20-Paul Neinhiser

MVT Services Heat Race 3 Winner: 8A-Will Armitage

MPI Semi-Feature Winner: 21-Gunnar Ramey

Victory Fuel High Point Qualifier: 87-Aaron Reutzel

Meru Safety Hard Charger: 21-Gunnar Ramey(+11)

Toyota Racing Development Feature Winner: 87-Aaron Reutzel

Toyota Racing Development TRD A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 87-Aaron Reutzel[1]; 2. 88-Austin McCarl[6]; 3. 23-Garet Williamson[4]; 4. 2KS-Chase Randall[5]; 5. 52-Blake Hahn[2]; 6. 21-Gunner Ramey[17]; 7. 50-Paul Nienhiser[9]; 8. 45X-Jace Park[15]; 9. 51B-Joe B Miller[7]; 10. 44-Chris Martin[10]; 11. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[14]; 12. 3P-Sawyer Phillips[18]; 13. 74-Xavier Doney[21]; 14. 14T-Tim Estenson[3]; 15. 4-Cameron Martin[16]; 16. 12X-Roger Crockett[12]; 17. 7-Tyler Lee[20]; 18. 20G-Noah Gass[13]; 19. 1JR-Steven Russell[19]; 20. 19-Hunter Schuerenberg[8]; 21. 7A-Will Armitage[11]; 22. 7TAZ-Tasker Phillips[22].

Max Papis Innovations MPI B Feature (12 Laps): 1. 21-Gunner Ramey[2]; 2. 3P-Sawyer Phillips[3]; 3. 1JR-Steven Russell[1]; 4. 7-Tyler Lee[4]; 5. 74-Xavier Doney[7]; 6. 7TAZ-Tasker Phillips[11]; 7. 15JR-Cole Mincer[5]; 8. 4X-Chase Richards[6]; 9. 31-McCain Richards[8]; 10. (DNS) 27-Carson McCarl; 11. (DNS) 67-Jonathan Hughes.

Flying A Motorsports Flying A Motorsports Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 88-Austin McCarl[1]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 3. 19-Hunter Schuerenberg[2]; 4. 23-Garet Williamson[4]; 5. 20G-Noah Gass[7]; 6. 21-Gunner Ramey[6]; 7. 3P-Sawyer Phillips[5]; 8. 74-Xavier Doney[8]; 9. 67-Jonathan Hughes[9].

Engler Machine Tool Engler Machine & Tool Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 50-Paul Nienhiser[1]; 2. 87-Aaron Reutzel[4]; 3. 2KS-Chase Randall[3]; 4. 12X-Roger Crockett[2]; 5. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[5]; 6. 4-Cameron Martin[8]; 7. 7-Tyler Lee[7]; 8. 4X-Chase Richards[9]; 9. 27-Carson McCarl[6].

MVT Services MVT Services Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 7A-Will Armitage[1]; 2. 51B-Joe B Miller[2]; 3. 14T-Tim Estenson[4]; 4. 44-Chris Martin[3]; 5. 45X-Jace Park[5]; 6. 1JR-Steven Russell[8]; 7. 15JR-Cole Mincer[7]; 8. 31-McCain Richards[9]; 9. (DNS) 7TAZ-Tasker Phillips.

Start2Finish Qualifying: 1. 23-Garet Williamson, 00:13.096[7]; 2. 87-Aaron Reutzel, 00:13.248[21]; 3. 14T-Tim Estenson, 00:13.265[14]; 4. 52-Blake Hahn, 00:13.325[11]; 5. 2KS-Chase Randall, 00:13.328[9]; 6. 44-Chris Martin, 00:13.330[2]; 7. 19-Hunter Schuerenberg, 00:13.342[12]; 8. 12X-Roger Crockett, 00:13.343[4]; 9. 51B-Joe B Miller, 00:13.425[3]; 10. 88-Austin McCarl, 00:13.436[18]; 11. 50-Paul Nienhiser, 00:13.462[20]; 12. 7A-Will Armitage, 00:13.472[25]; 13. 3P-Sawyer Phillips, 00:13.481[5]; 14. 3-Ayrton Gennetten, 00:13.501[26]; 15. 45X-Jace Park, 00:13.578[23]; 16. 21-Gunner Ramey, 00:13.609[24]; 17. 27-Carson McCarl, 00:13.657[10]; 18. 7TAZ-Tasker Phillips, 00:13.667[17]; 19. 20G-Noah Gass, 00:13.672[27]; 20. 7-Tyler Lee, 00:13.706[16]; 21. 15JR-Cole Mincer, 00:13.810[13]; 22. 74-Xavier Doney, 00:13.831[15]; 23. 4-Cameron Martin, 00:13.891[1]; 24. 1JR-Steven Russell, 00:13.933[8]; 25. 67-Jonathan Hughes, 00:14.108[6]; 26. 4X-Chase Richards, 00:14.455[19]; 27. 31-McCain Richards, 00:14.638[22].

Details about Lee County Speedway including full schedule and track rules can be found online at https://www.leecountyspeedway.com/.

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Kofoid returns to Ohio racing roots, gets last lap pass for World of Outlaws win at Attica

Friday, May 17, 2024

By Brian Liskai

ATTICA, Ohio – A hand full of years ago a young Michael “Buddy” Kofoid moved to Ohio to make a name for himself in sprint car racing, competing weekly at Attica Raceway Park. The Penngrove, Calif. Driver used that experience to perfection Friday, getting by Carson Macedo on the last lap to score his first World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series win of 2024.

Kofoid’s second ever Attica win was worth $12,000 on Kistler Engines Classic Night. It’s his fourth career World of Outlaws win.

“After Carson got by me on that restart I didn’t think the top of one and two was the place to be and I kind of got tight on that restart. Once he got by me I just tried to stay with him and pace him because I knew the race could potentially be won in traffic if it stayed green. I was able to keep bumping my wing back and move down the track in one and it really stuck a lane lower than him. Super happy to finally win a race this year. These Roth Motorsports guys have been unbelieveable. It’s the best I’ve ever felt in a sprint car and I owe it all to Dylan and Gage,” said Kofoid beside his Toyota Racing Development/Mobil 1/Roth Enterprises/HR Livestock Transportation backed #83.

Californian Kalib Henry led the opening lap of the 35-lap feature before Kofoid took over. Back-to-back race stoppages on lap 10 gave fellow Californian Macedo the chance to pounce on a restart and he slid into the lead. Heavy lapped traffic with 15 laps to go allowed Kofoid to reel in Macedo. On the last lap Kofoid got under Macedo and was able to slide him exciting turn four to score the win by just .250 seconds. Bill Balog, Brandon Spithaler and Henry rounded out the top five.

In the Fremont Fence 305 Sprint feature Sandusky, Ohio’s Bryan Sebetto took the lead from Brendon Torok on lap three and survived a late race caution to score his 15th career win in the division at Attica.

“It’s a testament to my guys and the hard work they put in the off-season. Kevin Schlachter hasn’t spared any expense for anything on this race car. The hard work of Guy Myers and Chase Rotsinger and Kevin during the week….can’t thank everyone who is a part of this team enough,” said Sebetto beside his Sandusky Bay Remodeling, JLH General Contractor, Sandusky Bay RV Rentals, KH Suspension, Overwatch Precision, Riehl Custom Fabrication, Level Performance, Commercial Glazing Systems, NAPA of Fremont, Clay Keim, Depot Pizza, CA Kustoms backed #01.

Attica Raceway Park will be back in action Friday, May 24 with the 410 and 305 sprints and the $5,000-to-win first ever appearance of the Iron Man Late Model Series to “Ohio’s Finest Racing” venue.

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Friday, May 17, 2024

World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series

NOS Energy Drink Feature (35 Laps): 1. 83-Michael Kofoid[1]; 2. 41-Carson Macedo[5]; 3. 17B-Bill Balog[4]; 4. 22B-Brandon Spithaler[3]; 5. 101-Kalib Henry[2]; 6. 49X-Tim Shaffer[7]; 7. 15-Donny Schatz[11]; 8. 1S-Logan Schuchart[12]; 9. 4-Zane DeVault[10]; 10. 7S-Landon Crawley[25]; 11. 2-David Gravel[21]; 12. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild[13]; 13. 35-Stuart Brubaker[16]; 14. 18-Giovanni Scelzi[15]; 15. 19P-Paige Polyak[24]; 16. 99-Skylar Gee[22]; 17. 3Z-Brock Zearfoss[9]; 18. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[17]; 19. 70-Kraig Kinser[14]; 20. 29-Zeth Sabo[20]; 21. 23J-Cale Thomas[19]; 22. 19-TJ Michael[8]; 23. 09-Craig Mintz[6]; 24. 7N-Darin Naida[23]; 25. 16-DJ Foos[18]

MicroLite Last Chance Showdown (12 Laps): 1. 2-David Gravel[1]; 2. 99-Skylar Gee[3]; 3. 7N-Darin Naida[2]; 4. 19P-Paige Polyak[5]; 5. 9-Trey Jacobs[10]; 6. 1-Nate Dussel[4]; 7. 15K-Creed Kemenah[8]; 8. 5T-Travis Philo[7]; 9. W20-Greg Wilson[9]; 10. 24D-Danny Sams III[14]; 11. 25R-Jordan Ryan[13]; 12. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[12]; 13. 15C-Chris Andrews[6]; 14. 7S-Landon Crawley[11]; 15. X-Mike Keegan[15]

C Feature (10 Laps): 1. 24D-Danny Sams III[2]; 2. X-Mike Keegan[4]; 3. 4S-Tyler Street[9]; 4. 2P-Ricky Peterson[3]; 5. 91-Tyler Gunn[13]; 6. 12-Luke Griffith[7]; 7. 6-Bill Rose[6]; 8. 9H-Lance Heinberger[11]; 9. 33W-Cap Henry[8]; 10. 75-Jerry Dahms[12]; 11. 32B-Dale Blaney[1]; 12. 70M-Henry Malcuit[5]; 13. 32-Bryce Lucius[10]

Toyota Dash (8 Laps): 1. 83-Michael Kofoid[1]; 2. 101-Kalib Henry[2]; 3. 22B-Brandon Spithaler[4]; 4. 17B-Bill Balog[5]; 5. 41-Carson Macedo[8]; 6. 09-Craig Mintz[3]; 7. 49X-Tim Shaffer[7]; 8. 19-TJ Michael[6]

Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 49X-Tim Shaffer[1]; 2. 19-TJ Michael[4]; 3. 3Z-Brock Zearfoss[6]; 4. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild[3]; 5. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[10]; 6. 99-Skylar Gee[5]; 7. 2-David Gravel[2]; 8. W20-Greg Wilson[9]; 9. 32B-Dale Blaney[11]; 10. 70M-Henry Malcuit[8]; 11. 4S-Tyler Street[7]; 12. 91-Tyler Gunn[12]

Milton Hershey School Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 17B-Bill Balog[1]; 2. 09-Craig Mintz[2]; 3. 15-Donny Schatz[4]; 4. 18-Giovanni Scelzi[3]; 5. 23J-Cale Thomas[5]; 6. 19P-Paige Polyak[8]; 7. 5T-Travis Philo[7]; 8. 7S-Landon Crawley[6]; 9. 2P-Ricky Peterson[9]; 10. 12-Luke Griffith[10]; 11. 9H-Lance Heinberger[11]

Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. 41-Carson Macedo[1]; 2. 101-Kalib Henry[3]; 3. 4-Zane DeVault[4]; 4. 70-Kraig Kinser[6]; 5. 16-DJ Foos[9]; 6. 1-Nate Dussel[8]; 7. 15K-Creed Kemenah[10]; 8. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[11]; 9. 24D-Danny Sams III[7]; 10. 7N-Darin Naida[2]; 11. 33W-Cap Henry[5]; 12. 75-Jerry Dahms[12]

Heat 4 (10 Laps): 1. 83-Michael Kofoid[1]; 2. 22B-Brandon Spithaler[2]; 3. 1S-Logan Schuchart[3]; 4. 35-Stuart Brubaker[4]; 5. 29-Zeth Sabo[11]; 6. 15C-Chris Andrews[5]; 7. 9-Trey Jacobs[8]; 8. 25R-Jordan Ryan[6]; 9. X-Mike Keegan[10]; 10. 6-Bill Rose[9]; 11. 32-Bryce Lucius[7]

Sea Foam Qualifying A (2 Laps): 1. 49X-Tim Shaffer, 00:12.750[5]; 2. 17B-Bill Balog, 00:12.776[13]; 3. 2-David Gravel, 00:12.776[12]; 4. 09-Craig Mintz, 00:12.782[3]; 5. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild, 00:12.843[14]; 6. 18-Giovanni Scelzi, 00:12.847[23]; 7. 19-TJ Michael, 00:12.980[2]; 8. 15-Donny Schatz, 00:12.981[6]; 9. 99-Skylar Gee, 00:13.004[10]; 10. 23J-Cale Thomas, 00:13.020[1]; 11. 3Z-Brock Zearfoss, 00:13.021[21]; 12. 7S-Landon Crawley, 00:13.071[8]; 13. 4S-Tyler Street, 00:13.082[9]; 14. 5T-Travis Philo, 00:13.200[7]; 15. 70M-Henry Malcuit, 00:13.254[17]; 16. 19P-Paige Polyak, 00:13.271[16]; 17. W20-Greg Wilson, 00:13.319[11]; 18. 2P-Ricky Peterson, 00:13.323[19]; 19. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek, 00:13.331[4]; 20. 12-Luke Griffith, 00:13.350[15]; 21. 32B-Dale Blaney, 00:13.471[22]; 22. 9H-Lance Heinberger, 00:14.066[20]; 23. 91-Tyler Gunn, 00:14.098[18]

Sea Foam Qualifying B (2 Laps): 1. 41-Carson Macedo, 00:12.649[2]; 2. 83-Michael Kofoid, 00:12.836[17]; 3. 7N-Darin Naida, 00:12.986[1]; 4. 22B-Brandon Spithaler, 00:13.055[12]; 5. 101-Kalib Henry, 00:13.075[18]; 6. 1S-Logan Schuchart, 00:13.136[11]; 7. 4-Zane DeVault, 00:13.149[4]; 8. 35-Stuart Brubaker, 00:13.149[16]; 9. 33W-Cap Henry, 00:13.208[8]; 10. 15C-Chris Andrews, 00:13.212[19]; 11. 70-Kraig Kinser, 00:13.218[3]; 12. 25R-Jordan Ryan, 00:13.240[21]; 13. 24D-Danny Sams III, 00:13.259[7]; 14. 32-Bryce Lucius, 00:13.265[15]; 15. 1-Nate Dussel, 00:13.285[6]; 16. 9-Trey Jacobs, 00:13.286[20]; 17. 16-DJ Foos, 00:13.314[5]; 18. 6-Bill Rose, 00:13.364[9]; 19. 15K-Creed Kemenah, 00:13.387[22]; 20. X-Mike Keegan, 00:13.430[23]; 21. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr, 00:13.456[10]; 22. 29-Zeth Sabo, 00:13.607[13]; 23. 75-Jerry Dahms, 00:14.195[14]

305 Sprints - Fremont Fence Co.

Qualifying

1.01-Bryan Sebetto, 13.598; 2.2-Brenden Torok, 13.609; 3.26-Jamie Miller, 13.615; 4.X15-Kasey Ziebold, 13.661; 5.36-Seth Schneider, 13.692; 6.5M-Mike Moore, 13.712; 7.19R-Steve Rando, 13.731; 8.9R-Logan Riehl, 13.760; 9.5DD-Dustin Dinan, 13.776; 10.12X-Dustin Stroup, 13.781; 11.5JR-Jimmy McGrath Jr., 13.848; 12.49i-John Ivy, 13.858; 13.7M-Brandon Moore, 13.873; 14.1W-Paul Weaver, 13.882; 15.3X-Blayne Keckler, 13.895; 16.18-Ben Watson, 13.926; 17.12-Dylan Watson, 13.934; 18.2S-Jackson Sebetto, 13.996; 19.63-Randy Ruble, 14.009; 20.10TS-Tyler Schiets, 14.055; 21.319-Steven Watts, 14.058; 22.51M-Haldon Miller, 14.077; 23.0-Bradley Bateson, 14.154; 24.3M-Logan Mongeau, 14.207; 25.18Z-Brian Razum, 14.403; 26.85-Dustin Feller, 14.451; 27.1S-James Saam, 14.531; 28.27-Steven Dolphin, 14.587;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 49i-John Ivy[2] ; 2. X15-Kasey Ziebold[4] ; 3. 9R-Logan Riehl[3] ; 4. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[5] ; 5. 0-Bradley Bateson[6] ; 6. 12-Dylan Watson[1] ; 7. 85-Dustin Feller[7]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath Jr.[1] ; 2. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[2] ; 3. 01-Bryan Sebetto[4] ; 4. 36-Seth Schneider[3] ; 5. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[6] ; 6. 63-Randy Ruble[5] ; 7. 319-Steven Watts[7]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 12X-Dustin Stroup[1] ; 2. 26-Jamie Miller[4] ; 3. 19R-Steve Rando[2] ; 4. 7M-Brandon Moore[5] ; 5. 51M-Haldon Miller[6] ; 6. 5M-Mike Moore[3] ; 7. 1S-James Saam[7]

Heat 4, Group D - (8 Laps)

1. 3X-Blayne Keckler[2] ; 2. 2-Brenden Torok[4] ; 3. 1W-Paul Weaver[3] ; 4. 3M-Logan Mongeau[5] ; 5. 18-Ben Watson[1] ; 6. 27-Steven Dolphin[7] ; 7. 18Z-Brian Razum[6]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)

1. 0-Bradley Bateson[1] ; 2. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[2] ; 3. 51M-Haldon Miller[3] ; 4. 63-Randy Ruble[6] ; 5. 12-Dylan Watson[5] ; 6. 5M-Mike Moore[7] ; 7. 85-Dustin Feller[9] ; 8. 1S-James Saam[11] ; 9. 18Z-Brian Razum[12] ; 10. 18-Ben Watson[4] ; 11. 27-Steven Dolphin[8] ; 12. 319-Steven Watts[10]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 01-Bryan Sebetto[4] ; 2. 2-Brenden Torok[2] ; 3. 12X-Dustin Stroup[9] ; 4. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath Jr.[3] ; 5. 26-Jamie Miller[5] ; 6. X15-Kasey Ziebold[6] ; 7. 49i-John Ivy[10] ; 8. 1W-Paul Weaver[13] ; 9. 7M-Brandon Moore[15] ; 10. 9R-Logan Riehl[11] ; 11. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[8] ; 12. 3X-Blayne Keckler[1] ; 13. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[18] ; 14. 3M-Logan Mongeau[16] ; 15. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[14] ; 16. 51M-Haldon Miller[19] ; 17. 63-Randy Ruble[20] ; 18. 19R-Steve Rando[12] ; 19. 36-Seth Schneider[7] ; 20. 0-Bradley Bateson[17]

 

 

Flick FAST at Tri-City; Reitz, Schneider, and Urey also Score

(Franklin, PA May 12, 2024): A.J. Flick, the two-time and defending champion in the Krill Recycling LLC 410 Sprint Cars secured the home turf against the invasion of the FAST on Dirt Sprint Car Series on Mother’s Day at Tri City Raceway Park. The event, which made up for a cancellation the week before, was the first race conducted under new track ownership, of Josh and Kyrsten Shiffer. It was a major success. Also taking home wins on this momentous night were Chad Reitz (21st Century Energy Group 358 Modifieds), Chris Schneider (Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks), and Matt Urey (4 Your Car Connection Mini Stocks).

In the FAST Sprint Car feature, Logan McCandless and A.J. Flick brought the outstanding field to the green flag. Behind them were Matt Farnham and Dale Blaney. In the third row were series points leader Zane DeVault and Dylan Norris. The fourth row consisted of defending FAST champion Brandon Spithaler and Sean Rayhall. The fifth row paired Ricky Peterson and Gale Ruth, Jr. The sixth duo was Jack Sodeman, Jr. and Bob Felmlee.

Flick raced into turn one ahead of McCandless, Farnham, DeVault, and Spithaler. Before the racers could settle in, there was a caution for a three-car tangle in turn two, which included a flip by Sye Lynch. T.J. Michael and Ruth were also involved, but they were able to make repairs and resume racing.

Flick bolted ahead again on the restart. McCandless raced along in second, ahead of Farnham, DeVault, Spithaler, Blaney, Rayhall, Felmlee, and Sodeman.

Michael averted disaster on lap seven, when he went over the right rear wheel of Jarrett Cavalet midway down the back stretch. Both drivers were able to keep moving, and Michael safely brought his car into the pits. Cavalet stopped at the entrance to turn three to bring out the second caution.

On the ensuing restart, Flick continued to lead over McCandless, Farnham, and Norris. There was a good three-car battle for fifth among DeVault, Blaney, and Spithaler. That ended several laps later when Spithaler sustained a flat right rear and brought his car to a stop.

The first two remained unchanged when the race went green again, but Norris moved into third, ahead of DeVault and Farnham.

The final eleven laps went off without a hitch. Flick picked up the checkers, 0.613 seconds ahead of McCandless. DeVault, Norris, and Farnham completed the top five. Blaney, Spithaler, Rayhall, Sodeman, and Felmlee completed the top ten.

The heat winners were Farnham, Flick, and McCandless. The B Main winner was Brent Matus, who had mechanical woes and did not complete a lap in the A Main. The evening’s fastest qualifier overall was DeVault, with a time of 15.220 seconds on the big half mile.


In the 21st Century Energy Group 358 Modifieds, Hayden Holden and Ryan Guthrie paced the field for the start of the twenty lapper. Chad Reitz and Eric Beggs were partners in row two. Kevin Green and Steve Slater made up row three. Lenny Liebold, III and Gage Priester were in row four, with Brandon Ritchey and Jeremy Beichner in row five. The sixth row consisted of Jimmy Holden and Daniel Hostetler.

On the initial green, Guthrie got off to a slow start, causing Beggs to check up. He got turned and made contact with the front stretch wall. Although he was unhurt, he was unable to continue in the race.

On the second attempt to get the race going, Hayden Holden assumed control, with Reitz running a close second. Slater, Guthrie, Green, and Priester followed. Green coasted to a halt in turn four on the second lap.

Hayden Holden maintained the lead for two more laps. Reitz got a big run off turn two with his powerful Ford powered car, and he swooped into the lead entering turn three.

Reitz set a fast pace through lap nineteen, when the final caution set up a green-white-checker finish. Reitz completed the rounds without any further complications. Hayden Holden and Slater were next across the line. Priester and Guthrie were fourth and fifth.

The balance of the top ten were Beichner, Hostetler, Liebold, Jimmy Holden, and Ritchey.

The heat winners were Hayden Holden and Slater. There was no B Main.

The Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks had Hunter Exley and Chris Schneider on the front row. Shane Applebee and Josh Seippel left from row two. The third had Bobby Whitling and Brandon Connor. Row four matched Pat Fielding with Hot Rod Laskey. Tim Bish and Mike Miller had row five covered and Matt Bernard and Doug Iorio, II followed them.

Schneider and Exley got off to a quick start for the twenty lapper. Seippel, Conner, and Bobby Whitling were in tow. Whitling’s race ended early, however.

Schneider, Exley, and Seippel continued in the top three after that brief stoppage for Bobby Whitling. But Bish was on the move, reaching the top five by the middle stage of the race. He continued his advance in the second half of the contest.

At the checkers, it was Schneider, Exley, Bish, Miller, and Connor. Iorio, Ron Boardman, Applebee, Bernard, and Jake Whitling completed the top ten.

The 4 Your Car Connection Mini Stocks wore the nightcap. Tevn Schaffer and Tim Callahan were in the first row for the twelve lap finale. Dillon Morrison and Greg Rockwell had the second row covered. The third consisted of John Gill and Matt Urey, the defending division. Bill Fuchs and Mike Kelly met in row four. The fifth had Chad Greeley and Ben Aley, with Nick Bem and Allen Robison right behind.

Callahan led the early going until he sustained a flat coming off turn two. Morrison and Urey, who were locked in a heated battle for second at the time, had to take evasive measures. Fortunately, they were able to avoid impact with Callahan. The contest between Morrison and Urey was intense, with Urey making a late race pass to grab the win.

Taking third was Fuchs, followed by Rockwell and Gill. Robison, Jason Campbell, Greeley, Billie Jo Huffman, and Kelly completed the top ten.

Next week, Tri City Raceway Park will resume its normal schedule. The Krill Recycling 410 Sprint Cars will be the headline division, with support coming from the 21st Energy Group 358 Modifieds, the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Pro Stocks, and the 4 Your Car Connection Mini Stocks. Added to the card will be the Old School Kool Tour to provide a retrospective look at Western Pennsylvania racing.

Tri-City Raceway Park is located just a few miles north of Franklin, PA, at 3430 State Route 417 in Oakland Township. Professional auto racing will be presented in a family friendly atmosphere most Sunday evenings from May through Labor Day weekend.

 

 

Andy Forsberg surges to 70th career Sprint Car win at Placerville Speedway

By Gary Thomas

Placerville, CA…Fans were treated to a tremendous night of racing during Mother’s Day Madness at Placerville Speedway on Saturday. When all was said and done it was nine-time track champion Andy Forsberg in victory lane, after pocketing his 70th career Sprint Car win at the track.

All four divisions displayed entertaining racing at the event, with fellow winners on the night including a first-time victor in Rod Oliver with the Mountain Democrat Ltd. Late Models, Nick Baldwin with the Red Hawk Casino Pure Stocks and Mike Miller with the Mountain Democrat Mini Trucks.

The 25-lap Thompson’s Family of Dealerships Winged 360 Sprint Car feature was all about Forsberg, who turned back the clock and rode the cushion to perfection. The Auburn driver dominated things, much like he has over so many years at the El Dorado County Fairgrounds.

The action behind him was marvelous however, with several drivers going at it and positions changing lap after lap. Jake Morgan of Fair Oaks looked impressive in the main event and moved into second on lap 11, making the pass of Jodie Robinson, who also looked solid in her Placerville return.

As the race wound down 16-year-old Braden Chiaramonte climbed into second, while Placerville’s own Shane Hopkins battled his way into third. Forsberg took the checkered flag over Chiaramonte, Hopkins, Morgan and Robinson in the top-five. Chiaramonte capped a strong weekend after finishing on the podium at Chico the previous night. Hopkins should also be commended for an excellent drive in the feature to earn a podium spot.

Rounding out the top-10 were Bubba Decaires, Corbin Rueschenberg, Michael Faccinto, DJ Freitas and Tony Gomes. A total of 32 Sprint Cars competed at Mother’s Day Madness. Isaiah Vasquez began the evening by earning the ADCO Driveline & Custom Exhaust Fast Time Award with a lap of 10.781.

First-time winners are always a fun part of the program and that came to fruition last night, as Yuba City’s Rod Oliver accepted his initial Placerville Speedway checkered flag. The long-time Ltd. Late Model driver led all 20-laps, but it didn’t come easy as Lincoln’s Dan Brown Jr. hounded him every step of the way.

Previous event winner Anthony Slaney also made moves running the high-scary side of the bullring to close in on the lead duo. In the end it was a non-stop affair with Oliver claiming victory over Brown, Slaney, Tyler Lightfoot and Jay Norton.

The Red Hawk Casino Pure Stocks gave the crowd on hand their definite monies worth with an absolute barn burner in the main event. Orangevale’s Tommy Sturgeon has been impressive during the early campaign and led laps once again on Saturday. Side by Side racing was prevalent all throughout the field in what was a non-stop 20-lapper.

Around the halfway point Tribute to Al Hinds winner Kevin Jinkerson blasted into the lead and held command until Nick Baldwin went upstairs, taking over the top-spot. Exceptionally close competition was seen right down to the wire. The five-time Placerville champ Baldwin brought home the triumph over Jinkerson, a very fast Tyler Lightfoot, Dan Jinkerson and Sturgeon in the top-five.

The Mountain Democrat Mini Trucks also provided a wild main event that almost went non-stop as well. Multiple different leaders were seen with Mike Miller, Howard Miller, Austin Struthers and Thomas Jensen all fighting for the top-spot at times.

H. Miller found himself out front following the midway point, but an exciting exchange occurred on lap 16 that saw M. Miller come out ahead. Mike Miller grabbed the checkered flag ahead of Howard Miller, Jensen, Luke Costa and Paige Miller.

Placerville Speedway will take a couple weeks off before coming back with one of the biggest events all season. The two-night Dave Bradway Jr. Memorial weekend occurs on Friday and Saturday May 31st and June 1st.

Opening night is headlined by the Elk Grove Ford Sprint Car Challenge Tour, while the NARC 410 Sprint Cars invade the track for the only time in 2024 during the finale. Both nights also showcase the Nor-Cal Dwarf Car Association. Seating is reserved each show and be purchased at www.placervillespeedway.com

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Results

Placerville Speedway
Mother’s Day Madness
May 11, 2024

Winged Sprint Cars: 32 cars

1. 92-Andy Forsberg[1]; 2. 94TH-Braden Chiaramonte[3]; 3. 21-Shane Hopkins[8]; 4. 45-Jake Morgan[5]; 5. 14W-Jodie Robinson[4]; 6. 94-Greg Decaires V[7]; 7. 94R-Corbin Rueschenberg[12]; 8. X1-Michael Faccinto[11]; 9. 9-DJ Freitas[6]; 10. 7C-Tony Gomes[9]; 11. 33T-Jimmy Trulli[10]; 12. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez[14]; 13. 5V-Justin Henry[20]; 14. 9L-Luke Hayes[13]; 15. 98-Chris Masters[19]; 16. 83SA-Isaiah Vasquez[2]; 17. 3-Cole Schroeder[17]; 18. 17-Anthony Snow[16]; 19. 24S-Izaak Sharp[15]; 20. 2A-Austin Wood[18]

Ltd. Late Models: 11 cars

1. 57-Rod Oliver[1]; 2. 15-Dan Brown Jr[4]; 3. 4X-Anthony Slaney[8]; 4. 23J-Tyler Lightfoot[2]; 5. 15J-Jay Norton[3]; 6. 96M-Matt Micheli[5]; 7. 17Y-Tim Yeager[7]; 8. 22G-Paul Gugliomoni[10]; 9. 22-Chris Mcginnis[9]; 10. 28G-Randy Shafer[6]; 11. (DNS) 98-Kiely Ricardo

Pure Stocks: 12 cars

1. 17-Nick Baldwin[8]; 2. 30-Kevin Jinkerson[3]; 3. 23-Tyler Lightfoot[4]; 4. 29-Dan Jinkerson[7]; 5. 16-Tommy Sturgeon[1]; 6. 12J-Jason Ramos[6]; 7. 22K-Jason Palmer[2]; 8. 1-Chris D'angelo[10]; 9. 74-Russell Murphy[5]; 10. 48-John Evans[11]; 11. 93-Mel Byers[12]; 12. (DNS) 55-Micky Dangelo

Mini Trucks: 10 trucks

1. 16-Mike Miller[6]; 2. 28-Howard Miller[4]; 3. 08JR-Thomas Jensen[3]; 4. 7-Luke Costa[8]; 5. 21-Paige Miller[7]; 6. 70-Austin Struthers[5]; 7. 07-Tyler Goggin[1]; 8. 75-Brycen Bragg[9]; 9. 26-Paizlee Miller[2]; 10. (DNS) 65X-Brian Tremblay
Images courtesy of Tim Holland and D&P Photos

 

 

Trey Jacobs adds his name to the record books at Fremont Speedway; Sebetto wins thrilling 305 feature; Miller earns 2nd straight track victory

Sunday, May 12, 2024

By Brian Liskai

FREMONT, Ohio – Trey Jacobs added his name to the family win list at Fremont Speedway Presented by Gill Construction on Ohio Truck Sales/Autokiniton Night, Saturday, May 11. He joins his father Dean, Uncle Kenny and Cousin Lee to have won sprint car features at “The Track That Action Built.”

The Wooster, Ohio driver grabbed the early lead in the 30-lap Fort Ball Pizza Palace 410 Sprint feature, maintaining the point until a restart on lap nine. Sean Rayhall then took the point but Jacobs fought back and the pair waged an entertaining battle until Jacobs regained the top spot on lap 13. Jacobs began to pull away but a pair of cautions erased over three second leads. Californian Kalib Henry drove into second on lap 16 but could not keep pace with Jacobs despite the pair of cautions. A red with two laps to go set u a shoot-out but Jacobs hit his marks perfectly and drove to the win over Henry, 16th starter Zeth Sabo, Cale Thomas and Rayhall.

Thomas’ fourth place finish will keep him atop the point standings for the All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads-Kistler Racing Products Attica Fremont Championship Series presented by the Baumann Auto Group.

“I needed this badly. I feel like I gave one away a hand full of years ago here…led until the last lap. We’ve come so close and honestly this year has been a complete struggle. Shit breaking…dumb stuff. Finally to get this win here means a ton. I love Fremont Speedway…this race track was bad ass tonight. It had a good top, bottom, good curb,” said Jacobs in the Beaverdam Fleet Services Victory Lane.

“I was good in open air at the beginning and when I caught those lapped cars I was getting tripped up in the curb and the one yellow after Sean got by was pretty timely. I saw my guys motion for me to try the bottom and I was able to go down there and it was really good. If I didn’t make any mistakes and hold the bottom I’d be okay. I have to thank Jerry McClure and Jeff Weinberg for giving us the equipment to run and all our sponsors, Harbaugh Electronics, B&B Drain Service, Holmes Cheese Co., Smithville Manufacturing, Vib-Iso, Burgett Insurance, Brent Coffman Trucking, DJ’s Aircraft Maintenance, Dac Vitamins and Minerals…everyone who has helped out…it’s a real family operation here,” added Jacobs.

The Fremont Federal Credit Union 305 Sprint feature had fans on the edge of their seats. Zack Kramer led the opening lap but Seth Schneider charged into the lead on the second circuit only to surrender the point to Jamie Miller on lap six.

Miller built up a second and half lead while Bryan Sebetto charged into second. A caution with seven laps to go put Sebetto on Miller’s rear bumper and the pair didn’t disappoint with Miller driving on the bottom and Sebetto ripping the cushion. The pair nearly touched battling for the lead several times with Sebetto finally getting by on lap 21. Miller fought back and regained the lead with just two laps to go. Racing into lapped traffic on the final lap, Sebetto and Miller split a lapped car making contact exiting turn four the drag race was on with Sebetto edging Miller by .058 seconds for his 26th career Fremont victory. Dustin Stroup, DJ Foos and Schneider rounded out the top five.

Miller added to his lead in the points for the NAPA of Bryan AFCS presented by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales with his runner-up finish.

“Hats off to Jamie. He raced me hard but ran me clean. He left me room when I was coming off the top of turn four. It’s things like that you remember. Some of these young kids don’t understand that when you race someone with respect it comes around. Jamie raced me with respect and I have nothing but respect for what he’s done and what that team has accomplished,” said Sebetto beside his Sandusky Bay Remodeling, JLH General Contractor, Sandusky Bay RV Rentals, KH Suspension, Overwatch Prescition, Commercial Glazing Systems, NAPA of Fremont, Clay Keim, Depot Pizza, CA Kustoms backed #01.

“We worked really, really hard this off-season with these cars. It’s a brand new race car, one of Bubba Riehl’s RCF Chassis that me Jamie (Miller) and Bubba’s brother (Logan Riehl) are the only ones on them to best of my knowledge. Level built us a new motor over the winter.Kevin Schlachter has spent so much time and money on this race team for Seth (Schneider) and me to win,” added Sebetto.

Miller grabbed the lead on lap three and withstood several challenges from Keith Sorg before driving away to his second straight Burmeister Trophy Dirt Truck feature win at Fremont. Miller, aboard the Ron Miller Race Cars, Fostoria Mod Shop backed #4M, earned his 47th career Fremont victory, placing him ninth on the track’s all-time win list.

“This thing just rolled the bottom so nice I just had to make sure I didn’t mess up,” said Miller.

Fremont Speedway presented by Gill Construction will be back in action Saturday, May 18 on Truck Worx of Ohio Night. The Great Lakes Super Sprints will battle the Fremont Federal Credit Union 305 Sprints while the stock cars will square off against the Burmeister Trophy Dirt Trucks.

All events at Fremont Speedway Presented by Gill Construction in 2024 will be streamed on DirtVision. Keep up to date with Fremont Speedway by going to www.fremontohspeedway.com or on Facebook at www.facebook/FremontSpeedway or on Twitter at https://twitter.com/FremontSpeedway or follow on My Race Pass at www.myracepass.com

About Ohio Truck Sales – https://www.ohiotrucks.com/

In 2010, Chris Andrews took a leap, selling the family race team to focus on used semi trucks. The proceeds allowed him to acquire four pre-owned rigs and expand his team. Year by year, sales multiplied—from five to 15, then 30. Today, Ohio Truck Sales sells 1,000 used semi-trucks annually. Whether you're looking to sell your current semi or are in the market for a new one, contact Ohio Truck Sales today.

About Autokiniton – https://www.autokiniton.com

Autokiniton, located on St. Rt. 269 south, Bellevue, boasts an advanced facility with over 200 skilled employees. For 30 years, they’ve meticulously crafted truck frames for major automakers like Ford. Autokiniton provides value-driven, sustainable automotive components and assembly solutions for the leading North American supplier of Ford F-150 truck frames! They offer a rewarding compensation and benefits package along with an opportunity to grow within a stable environment that’s building a better foundation for every vehicle on the road.

About Gill Construction – https://kgcpc.com

Owned and operated by Ray Brooks, and headquartered in nearby Port Clinton, Ohio, Gill Construction specializes in an array of land and water services, utilizing over five decades of experience to build an extensive repertoire which includes site excavation, site utilities, demolition, trenching, and marina service. Gill Construction boasts a dynamic, diverse, and experienced workforce, guaranteed to perform and complete any task with the utmost customer satisfaction.

Fremont Speedway

Saturday, May 11, 2024

410 Sprints – Fort Ball Pizza Palace

A Feature 30 Laps

1. 9-Trey Jacobs[2]; 2. 101-Kalib Henry[4]; 3. 29-Zeth Sabo[16]; 4. 23-Cale Thomas[5]; 5. 14-Sean Rayhall[1]; 6. 4S-Tyler Street[3]; 7. 22-Cole Duncan[18]; 8. W20-Greg Wilson[7]; 9. 22M-Dan McCarron[9]; 10. 4-Zane DeVault[20]; 11. 33W-Cap Henry[6]; 12. 16-DJ Foos[11]; 13. 15K-Creed Kemenah[10]; 14. X-Mike Keegan[12]; 15. 19-TJ Michael[13]; 16. 5-Kody Brewer[19]; 17. 15C-Chris Andrews[14]; 18. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[15]; 19. 35-Stuart Brubaker[17]; 20. 2+-Brian Smith[8]

B Feature 12 Laps

1. 29-Zeth Sabo[1]; 2. 35-Stuart Brubaker[2]; 3. 22-Cole Duncan[3]; 4. 5-Kody Brewer[4]; 5. 4-Zane DeVault[13]; 6. 5E-Bobby Elliott[6]; 7. 5D-Jacob Dykstra[5]; 8. 3V-Chris Verda[8]; 9. 75-Jerry Dahms[7]; 10. 98-Robert Robenalt[10]; 11. 81-Lee Jacobs[9]; 12. 3J-Jacob Begenwald[11]; 13. 49X-Tim Shaffer[12]

Heat 1 8 Laps

1. 23-Cale Thomas[1]; 2. 33W-Cap Henry[2]; 3. 14-Sean Rayhall[3]; 4. 15K-Creed Kemenah[4]; 5. 19-TJ Michael[8]; 6. 29-Zeth Sabo[5]; 7. 5-Kody Brewer[7]; 8. 75-Jerry Dahms[9]; 9. 98-Robert Robenalt[10]; 10. 4-Zane DeVault[6]

Heat 2 8 Laps

1. W20-Greg Wilson[2]; 2. 101-Kalib Henry[4]; 3. 22M-Dan McCarron[1]; 4. 16-DJ Foos[3]; 5. 15C-Chris Andrews[6]; 6. 35-Stuart Brubaker[5]; 7. 5D-Jacob Dykstra[7]; 8. 3V-Chris Verda[8]; 9. 3J-Jacob Begenwald[9]

Heat 3 8 Laps

1. 2+-Brian Smith[1]; 2. 9-Trey Jacobs[4]; 3. 4S-Tyler Street[3]; 4. X-Mike Keegan[2]; 5. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr[5]; 6. 22-Cole Duncan[6]; 7. 5E-Bobby Elliott[8]; 8. 81-Lee Jacobs[7]; 9. (DNS) 49X-Tim Shaffer

Qualifying

1. 15K-Creed Kemenah, 00:12.295[24]; 2. 101-Kalib Henry, 00:12.403[6]; 3. 9-Trey Jacobs, 00:12.431[21]; 4. 14-Sean Rayhall, 00:12.439[9]; 5. 16-DJ Foos, 00:12.442[7]; 6. 4S-Tyler Street, 00:12.565[4]; 7. 33W-Cap Henry, 00:12.565[22]; 8. W20-Greg Wilson, 00:12.605[25]; 9. X-Mike Keegan, 00:12.614[14]; 10. 23-Cale Thomas, 00:12.631[23]; 11. 22M-Dan McCarron, 00:12.678[19]; 12. 2+-Brian Smith, 00:12.679[18]; 13. 29-Zeth Sabo, 00:12.690[11]; 14. 35-Stuart Brubaker, 00:12.701[28]; 15. 21-Larry Kingseed Jr, 00:12.736[16]; 16. 4-Zane DeVault, 00:12.740[27]; 17. 15C-Chris Andrews, 00:12.795[8]; 18. 22-Cole Duncan, 00:12.813[1]; 19. 5-Kody Brewer, 00:12.859[10]; 20. 5D-Jacob Dykstra, 00:12.863[12]; 21. 81-Lee Jacobs, 00:12.900[2]; 22. 19-TJ Michael, 00:12.956[3]; 23. 3V-Chris Verda, 00:13.095[5]; 24. 5E-Bobby Elliott, 00:13.235[15]; 25. 75-Jerry Dahms, 00:13.635[20]; 26. 3J-Jacob Begenwald, 00:13.670[13]; 27. 49X-Tim Shaffer, 00:59.000[17]; 28. 98-Robert Robenalt, 00:59.001[26]

305 Sprints - Winged 32 Entries

A Feature 25 Laps

1. 01-Bryan Sebetto[3]; 2. 26-Jamie Miller[5]; 3. 12X-Dustin Stroup[7]; 4. 39M-DJ Foos[8]; 5. 36-Seth Schneider[1]; 6. 1W-Paul Weaver[14]; 7. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[10]; 8. 5JR-Jimmy Mcgrath[11]; 9. 19R-Steve Rando[9]; 10. 49I-John Ivy[4]; 11. 9R-Logan Riehl[15]; 12. X15-Kasey Ziebold[13]; 13. 2-Brendan Torok[19]; 14. 7M-Brandon Moore[18]; 15. 78-Austin Black[16]; 16. 26S-Lee Sommers[20]; 17. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[12]; 18. 4X-Zack Kramer[2]; 19. 61-Tyler Shullick[17]; 20. 34-Jud Dickerson[6]

B Feature 1 8 Laps

1. 61-Tyler Shullick[2]; 2. 2-Brendan Torok[1]; 3. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[7]; 4. 12-Dylan Watson[6]; 5. 0-Bradley Bateson[5]; 6. 28-Shawn Valenti[3]; 7. 51M-Haldon Miller[4]; 8. (DNS) 18R-Brian Razum

B Feature 2 8 Laps

1. 7M-Brandon Moore[2]; 2. 26S-Lee Sommers[1]; 3. 3M-Logan Mongeau[3]; 4. 8-Jim Leaser[4]; 5. 28C-Chris Smith[8]; 6. 27D-Steven Dolphin[6]; 7. 18-Ben Watson[5]; 8. 85-Dustin Feller[7]

Heat 1 8 Laps

1. 12X-Dustin Stroup[2]; 2. 01-Bryan Sebetto[4]; 3. 19R-Steve Rando[3]; 4. X15-Kasey Ziebold[5]; 5. 61-Tyler Shullick[8]; 6. 2-Brendan Torok[1]; 7. 0-Bradley Bateson[7]; 8. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[6]

Heat 2 8 Laps

1. 26-Jamie Miller[1]; 2. 36-Seth Schneider[2]; 3. 5JR-Jimmy Mcgrath[3]; 4. 9R-Logan Riehl[4]; 5. 28-Shawn Valenti[5]; 6. 51M-Haldon Miller[6]; 7. 12-Dylan Watson[7]; 8. 18R-Brian Razum[8]

Heat 3 8 Laps

1. 34-Jud Dickerson[1]; 2. 39M-DJ Foos[4]; 3. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[2]; 4. 1W-Paul Weaver[3]; 5. 7M-Brandon Moore[6]; 6. 3M-Logan Mongeau[7]; 7. 18-Ben Watson[5]; 8. 85-Dustin Feller[8]

Heat 4 8 Laps

1. 49I-John Ivy[1]; 2. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[4]; 3. 4X-Zack Kramer[2]; 4. 78-Austin Black[5]; 5. 26S-Lee Sommers[3]; 6. 8-Jim Leaser[7]; 7. 27D-Steven Dolphin[8]; 8. 28C-Chris Smith[6]

Qualifying 1

1. 01-Bryan Sebetto, 00:13.287[7]; 2. 9R-Logan Riehl, 00:13.411[14]; 3. 19R-Steve Rando, 00:13.418[4]; 4. 5JR-Jimmy Mcgrath, 00:13.501[5]; 5. 12X-Dustin Stroup, 00:13.537[6]; 6. 36-Seth Schneider, 00:13.545[3]; 7. 2-Brendan Torok, 00:13.546[2]; 8. 26-Jamie Miller, 00:13.582[1]; 9. X15-Kasey Ziebold, 00:13.611[13]; 10. 28-Shawn Valenti, 00:13.616[16]; 11. 2S-Jackson Sebetto, 00:13.667[12]; 12. 51M-Haldon Miller, 00:13.746[10]; 13. 0-Bradley Bateson, 00:13.879[11]; 14. 12-Dylan Watson, 00:13.887[15]; 15. 61-Tyler Shullick, 00:59.000[9]; 16. 18R-Brian Razum, 00:59.001[8]

Qualifying 2

1. 39M-DJ Foos, 00:13.311[1]; 2. 5DD-Dustin Dinan, 00:13.440[15]; 3. 1W-Paul Weaver, 00:13.464[8]; 4. 26S-Lee Sommers, 00:13.476[14]; 5. 10TS-Tyler Schiets, 00:13.680[11]; 6. 4X-Zack Kramer, 00:13.721[10]; 7. 34-Jud Dickerson, 00:13.736[16]; 8. 49I-John Ivy, 00:13.754[12]; 9. 18-Ben Watson, 00:13.793[3]; 10. 78-Austin Black, 00:13.829[5]; 11. 7M-Brandon Moore, 00:13.856[2]; 12. 28C-Chris Smith, 00:13.942[7]; 13. 3M-Logan Mongeau, 00:13.959[13]; 14. 8-Jim Leaser, 00:14.244[9]; 15. 85-Dustin Feller, 00:14.615[4]; 16. 27D-Steven Dolphin, 00:59.000[6]

Dirt Trucks 29 Entries

A Feature 1 20 Laps

1. 4M-Jamie Miller[5]; 2. 8-Keith Sorg[4]; 3. 7B-Shawn Valenti[7]; 4. P51-Dave Golembiewski[10]; 5. 95-Steve Miller[8]; 6. 5S-Bradley Stuckey[9]; 7. 32H-Dan Hennig[6]; 8. 36M-Cory McCaughey[1]; 9. 17X-Dustin Keegan[2]; 10. 28-Cody Laird[11]; 11. 1M-Scott Milligan[14]; 12. 32-Kevin Phillips[13]; 13. 67-Ben Clapp[12]; 14. 9-Curt Inks[16]; 15. 20-Caleb Shearn[18]; 16. 7X-Dana Frey[17]; 17. 9S-Tony Parker[20]; 18. 99-Eric Potridge[19]; 19. 34-Todd Warnick[15]; 20. 8KB-Kent Brewer[3]

B Feature 10 Laps

1. 9-Curt Inks[2]; 2. 7X-Dana Frey[4]; 3. 20-Caleb Shearn[1]; 4. 99-Eric Potridge[7]; 5. 9S-Tony Parker[6]; 6. 35-Ron Miller[13]; 7. 00-Robbie Bohrer[8]; 8. 8W-Allen White[9]; 9. 51-Dave Bankey[12]; 10. 56X-Cody Hicks[3]; 11. 3B-Kaydin Bailey[5]; 12. 7XP-Cyle Poole[11]; 13. (DNS) 18S-Randy Swiecicki; 14. (DNS) 57MS-Mason Stull

Heat 1 8 Laps

1. 7B-Shawn Valenti[3]; 2. 8-Keith Sorg[4]; 3. 8KB-Kent Brewer[2]; 4. P51-Dave Golembiewski[1]; 5. 32-Kevin Phillips[7]; 6. 9-Curt Inks[5]; 7. 7X-Dana Frey[6]; 8. 99-Eric Potridge[8]; 9. 18S-Randy Swiecicki[9]; 10. 35-Ron Miller[10]

Heat 2 8 Laps

1. 4M-Jamie Miller[4]; 2. 32H-Dan Hennig[3]; 3. 17X-Dustin Keegan[2]; 4. 28-Cody Laird[5]; 5. 1M-Scott Milligan[6]; 6. 20-Caleb Shearn[1]; 7. 3B-Kaydin Bailey[7]; 8. 00-Robbie Bohrer[8]; 9. 7XP-Cyle Poole[9]; 10. 57MS-Mason Stull[10]

Heat 3 8 Laps

1. 95-Steve Miller[4]; 2. 5S-Bradley Stuckey[3]; 3. 36M-Cory McCaughey[2]; 4. 67-Ben Clapp[1]; 5. 34-Todd Warnick[5]; 6. 56X-Cody Hicks[6]; 7. 9S-Tony Parker[9]; 8. 8W-Allen White[8]; 9. 51-Dave Bankey[7]

Qualifying

1. 8-Keith Sorg, 00:17.151[22]; 2. 4M-Jamie Miller, 00:17.215[8]; 3. 95-Steve Miller, 00:17.297[2]; 4. 7B-Shawn Valenti, 00:17.452[16]; 5. 32H-Dan Hennig, 00:17.487[19]; 6. 5S-Bradley Stuckey, 00:17.598[6]; 7. 8KB-Kent Brewer, 00:17.775[15]; 8. 17X-Dustin Keegan, 00:17.859[29]; 9. 36M-Cory McCaughey, 00:17.874[24]; 10. P51-Dave Golembiewski, 00:17.994[11]; 11. 20-Caleb Shearn, 00:18.041[9]; 12. 67-Ben Clapp, 00:18.129[21]; 13. 9-Curt Inks, 00:18.157[7]; 14. 28-Cody Laird, 00:18.180[23]; 15. 34-Todd Warnick, 00:18.183[4]; 16. 7X-Dana Frey, 00:18.309[20]; 17. 1M-Scott Milligan, 00:18.400[26]; 18. 56X-Cody Hicks, 00:18.577[5]; 19. 32-Kevin Phillips, 00:18.662[28]; 20. 3B-Kaydin Bailey, 00:18.804[27]; 21. 51-Dave Bankey, 00:18.816[18]; 22. 99-Eric Potridge, 00:18.912[3]; 23. 00-Robbie Bohrer, 00:19.139[14]; 24. 8W-Allen White, 00:19.166[17]; 25. 18S-Randy Swiecicki, 00:19.195[25]; 26. 7XP-Cyle Poole, 00:19.215[10]; 27. 9S-Tony Parker, 00:19.686[13]; 28. 35-Ron Miller, 00:19.988[1]; 29. 57MS-Mason Stull, 00:20.653[12]

 

 

Mintz gets late race pass for 410 Attica win; Schlenk, Markham split late model victories; Miller comes to life for 305 win

Saturday, May 11, 2024

By Brian Liskai

ATTICA, Ohio – Craig Mintz was able to maneuver his car anywhere he wanted on a fast Attica Raceway Park Friday, May 10 and it paid off for his 17th career 410 sprint car victory at “Ohio’s Finest Racing” venue on Edward Jones Investments-Mike Neill financial advisor/American Powersports Night.

The Gibsonburg, Ohio driver – a former Attica 410 sprint track champion – executed a perfect slider on race-long leader Greg Wilson to take the lead on lap 26 of the 30-lap Callie’s Performance Products 410 Sprint feature and drove to the $4,000 win over Wilson, Cap Henry, Zeth Sabo and DJ Foos.

Henry’s third place run helps him close the gap in the All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads-Kistler Racing Products Attica Fremont Championship Series presented by the Baumann Auto Group points as he looks to defending his series’ title.

“When the tires actually cooled down we got faster. We were really good for about three laps there. Three and four was just kind of hold your own at the top and if you could gain ground in one and two…which this race car could…that helped you get runs down the back stretch to do those sliders. Hats off to these guys, Chris, Rich, my dad, my wife and kids. We do this part time and we like to have fun,” said Mintz beside his Real Geese Decoys, Modern Woodman of America, Seagate Sandblasting, Brown Family Construction, Linder’s Speed Equipment, Bettsville Legion, DMI Racing, Keizer Wheels backed #09.

The Whistle Stop Presents the Dirt Nerds Podcast Powered by Propane UMP Late Models had a busy night at Attica Raceway Park. First a 25 lap make-up feature from last week was held that produced a bizarre and exciting finish.

Rusty Schlenk led the first 20 laps but a radiator hose let go and put water down and second place challenger JR Gentry spun. Schlenk went pit side and Ashland, Ohio’s Ryan Markham who had also been challenging up front, took the lead and held off a late race challenge from Kyle Moore and Jeff Babcock for his 24th career Attica win worth $3,000.

“I knew my car was pretty good and we were right there on them. Sometimes you have to take what you can get,” said Markham of his B&B Drain Service, Beer Barrel Drive Thru, After Burner Performance, Chuys Tacos & Margaritas, Monster Motors, Last Mango Soap Company, Backin the Barn, Boutique, Ocala Restaurant Supply, Mar Trucking, Schaeffers Racing Oil by Kevin Hill, TGR Performance sponsored #5M.

In the night’s regular late model feature Schlenk took the lead from Gentry on lap 14 and held off a late race charge from Moore who had spun on the opening lap and came from the tail. Gentry, Gregg Haskell and Devin Shiels rounded out the top five. It was Schlenk’s 40th career win in the late models at Attica.

“We have a cooling problem obviously. We blew a radiator hose in the first feature. I was trying to baby it and I was trying to run around there half-throttle but Gentry was there and I over-heated it and blew the hose. That was a $3,000 loss for an $18 part. I was watching the board and I knew Kyle Moore was coming….he’s been very good competition. We were running hot again so I wasn’t trying to push it,” said Schlenk beside his Buckeye Concrete Coatings, Terry Hendricks Auto Group, Velocita USA, Dominator Race Products, Tom Finch Auto, Domination Race Cars, All Star Performance backed #91.

The Fremont Fence 305 Sprints also put on a fantastic feature event. Dustin Stroup grabbed the lead at the drop of the green and held the point for nine laps before John Ivy took over. Ivy continued to slice through traffic, leading until lap 20 when defending track champion Jamie Miller came to life. Miller had to fend off Ivy, then Paul Weaver and finally Bryan Sebetto to get his second win of the year at Attica and the 41st 305 win of his career at the track. Sebetto, Weaver, Ivy and Stroup rounded out the top five.

“We were way to tight early but as the race went on and the fuel load burned off this car took off,” said Miller beside his Boca Construction, JLH General Contractors, Kenny Kolb Farms, Tuck Pointing America, Queen of Clean, Smitty’s Pizza, Roberts & Sons Contracting, Pizza Wheel, Crown Battery, Reedtown Tavern, Fostoria Mod Shop, Sandy’s Dad, Gressman Powersports, Phil Rister, Slade Shock Technology backed #26.

Coming Friday, May 17 the World of Outlaw NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series invades Attica Raceway Park. Reserve seats are available by going to www.atticaracewaypark.com and clicking on the Kistler Engines Classic banner.

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Attica Raceway Park

Friday, May 10, 2024

410 Sprints - Callie's Performance Products

Qualifying

1.4*-Tyler Street, 12.620; 2.25R-Jordan Ryan, 12.704; 3.16-DJ Foos, 12.756; 4.29-Zeth Sabo, 12.807; 5.35-Stuart Brubaker, 12.858; 6.2-Ricky Peterson, 12.893; 7.32-Bryce Lucius, 12.914; 8.33W-Cap Henry, 12.921; 9.101-Kalib Henry, 12.931; 10.W20-Greg Wilson, 12.949; 11.7N-Darin Naida, 12.965; 12.70-Henry Malcuit, 13.023; 13.12-Luke Griffith, 13.082; 14.15C-Chris Andrews, 13.091; 15.X-Mike Keegan, 13.099; 16.10SR-Keith Sheffer Jr, 13.119; 17.14R-Sean Rayhall, 13.148; 18.71M-Max Stambaugh, 13.154; 19.19-TJ Michael, 13.155; 20.49X-Tim Shaffer, 13.178; 21.19P-Paige Polyak, 13.186; 22.91-Tyler Gunn, 13.204; 23.11N-Kasey Jedrzejek, 13.223; 24.4-Zane DeVault, 13.338; 25.8S-Brayton Phillips, 13.338; 26.21K-Larry Kingseed Jr, 13.405; 27.5-Kody Brewer, 13.405; 28.09-Craig Mintz, 13.420; 29.1-Nate Dussel, 13.439; 30.15K-Creed Kemenah, 13.515; 31.75-Jerry Dahms, 13.537; 32.90-Jeffrey Neubert, 13.544; 33.7DK-Dylan Kingan, 13.587; 34.7T-Brett Brunkenhoefer, 13.974; 35.29M-logan McCandless, 99.997; 36.99-Cameron Nastasi, 99.998; 37.9-Trey Jacobs, 99.999; 38.23-Cale Thomas, 22,334.000;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 91-Tyler Gunn[2] ; 2. 09-Craig Mintz[1] ; 3. 49X-Tim Shaffer[3] ; 4. 23-Cale Thomas[6] ; 5. 1-Nate Dussel[5] ; 6. 29M-logan McCandless[8] ; 7. 15K-Creed Kemenah[7] ; 8. 70-Henry Malcuit[4]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 7N-Darin Naida[2] ; 2. 35-Stuart Brubaker[4] ; 3. 33W-Cap Henry[3] ; 4. 4-Zane DeVault[6] ; 5. 14R-Sean Rayhall[1] ; 6. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[5] ; 7. 7DK-Dylan Kingan[7] ; 8. 7T-Brett Brunkenhoefer[8]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 29-Zeth Sabo[3] ; 2. 4*-Tyler Street[4] ; 3. 71M-Max Stambaugh[1] ; 4. 32-Bryce Lucius[2] ; 5. 19P-Paige Polyak[5] ; 6. 9-Trey Jacobs[8] ; 7. 21K-Larry Kingseed Jr[6] ; 8. 5-Kody Brewer[7]

Heat 4, Group D - (8 Laps)

1. 101-Kalib Henry[2] ; 2. 16-DJ Foos[3] ; 3. 25R-Jordan Ryan[4] ; 4. 15C-Chris Andrews[1] ; 5. X-Mike Keegan[5] ; 6. 19-TJ Michael[6] ; 7. 75-Jerry Dahms[7]

Heat 5, Group E - (8 Laps)

1. 2-Ricky Peterson[4] ; 2. W20-Greg Wilson[3] ; 3. 10SR-Keith Sheffer Jr[1] ; 4. 12-Luke Griffith[2] ; 5. 8S-Brayton Phillips[5] ; 6. 99-Cameron Nastasi[7] ; 7. 90-Jeffrey Neubert[6]

B-Main 1 - (8 Laps)

1. 1-Nate Dussel[1] ; 2. 19P-Paige Polyak[2] ; 3. 19-TJ Michael[5] ; 4. 11N-Kasey Jedrzejek[4] ; 5. 15K-Creed Kemenah[6] ; 6. 21K-Larry Kingseed Jr[7] ; 7. 8S-Brayton Phillips[3] ; 8. 7T-Brett Brunkenhoefer[9]

B-Main 2 - (8 Laps)

1. 9-Trey Jacobs[4] ; 2. 14R-Sean Rayhall[1] ; 3. 29M-logan McCandless[3] ; 4. X-Mike Keegan[2] ; 5. 5-Kody Brewer[9] ; 6. 75-Jerry Dahms[7] ; 7. 70-Henry Malcuit[8] ; 8. 7DK-Dylan Kingan[6] ; 9. 99-Cameron Nastasi[5]

A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)

1. 09-Craig Mintz[4] ; 2. W20-Greg Wilson[1] ; 3. 33W-Cap Henry[14] ; 4. 29-Zeth Sabo[5] ; 5. 16-DJ Foos[10] ; 6. 71M-Max Stambaugh[15] ; 7. 23-Cale Thomas[17] ; 8. 4-Zane DeVault[18] ; 9. 7N-Darin Naida[3] ; 10. 32-Bryce Lucius[8] ; 11. 19P-Paige Polyak[23] ; 12. 9-Trey Jacobs[22] ; 13. 101-Kalib Henry[9] ; 14. 91-Tyler Gunn[2] ; 15. 1-Nate Dussel[21] ; 16. 4*-Tyler Street[7] ; 17. 10SR-Keith Sheffer Jr[16] ; 18. 12-Luke Griffith[20] ; 19. 25R-Jordan Ryan[6] ; 20. 15C-Chris Andrews[19] ; 21. 14R-Sean Rayhall[24] ; 22. 49X-Tim Shaffer[13] ; 23. 35-Stuart Brubaker[11] ; 24. 2-Ricky Peterson[12]

305 Sprints - Fremont Fence Co.

Qualifying

1.01-Bryan Sebetto, 13.353; 2.26-Jamie Miller, 13.578; 3.5JR-Jimmy McGrath Jr., 13.711; 4.7M-Brandon Moore, 13.751; 5.36-Seth Schneider, 13.771; 6.X15-Kasey Ziebold, 13.776; 7.12X-Dustin Stroup, 13.776; 8.29-Rich Farmer, 13.783; 9.28V-Shawn Valenti, 13.783; 10.5M-Mike Moore, 13.795; 11.10TS-Tyler Schiets, 13.863; 12.5DD-Dustin Dinan, 13.875; 13.34-Jud Dickerson, 13.888; 14.1W-Paul Weaver, 13.911; 15.19R-Steve Rando, 13.967; 16.9R-Logan Riehl, 13.975; 17.2S-Jackson Sebetto, 13.995; 18.49i-John Ivy, 14.005; 19.18-Ben Watson, 14.015; 20.319-Steven Watts, 14.021; 21.26S-Lee Sommers, 14.026; 22.4X-Zach Kramer, 14.030; 23.63-Randy Ruble, 14.096; 24.78-Austin Black, 14.117; 25.2-Brenden Torok, 14.155; 26.12-Dylan Watson, 14.171; 27.0-Bradley Bateson, 14.184; 28.47-Brett Brunkenhoefer, 14.234; 29.51M-Haldon Miller, 14.264; 30.8-Jim Leaser, 14.283; 31.18Z-Brian Razum, 14.336; 32.25G-Nolan Groves, 14.382; 33.85-Dustin Feller, 14.527; 34.1S-James Saam, 14.855; 35.09-Daniel Hoffman, 15.103; 36.3M-Logan Mongeau, 99.999;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 1W-Paul Weaver[1] ; 2. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[2] ; 3. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath Jr.[4] ; 4. 19R-Steve Rando[5] ; 5. 319-Steven Watts[6] ; 6. 63-Randy Ruble[7] ; 7. 8-Jim Leaser[9] ; 8. 78-Austin Black[8] ; 9. 5M-Mike Moore[3]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 12X-Dustin Stroup[2] ; 2. 29-Rich Farmer[1] ; 3. 7M-Brandon Moore[4] ; 4. 4X-Zach Kramer[7] ; 5. X15-Kasey Ziebold[3] ; 6. 2-Brenden Torok[8] ; 7. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[5] ; 8. 26S-Lee Sommers[6] ; 9. 85-Dustin Feller[9]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 26-Jamie Miller[3] ; 2. 36-Seth Schneider[2] ; 3. 01-Bryan Sebetto[4] ; 4. 34-Jud Dickerson[5] ; 5. 9R-Logan Riehl[6] ; 6. 28V-Shawn Valenti[1] ; 7. 25G-Nolan Groves[8] ; 8. 12-Dylan Watson[7] ; 9. 09-Daniel Hoffman[9]

Heat 4, Group D - (8 Laps)

1. 49i-John Ivy[3] ; 2. 0-Bradley Bateson[1] ; 3. 51M-Haldon Miller[6] ; 4. 3M-Logan Mongeau[9] ; 5. 18Z-Brian Razum[7] ; 6. 18-Ben Watson[2] ; 7. 10TS-Tyler Schiets[4] ; 8. 47-Brett Brunkenhoefer[5] ; 9. 1S-James Saam[8]

B-Main 1 - (10 Laps)

1. 9R-Logan Riehl[2] ; 2. 319-Steven Watts[1] ; 3. 28V-Shawn Valenti[4] ; 4. 63-Randy Ruble[3] ; 5. 12-Dylan Watson[8] ; 6. 78-Austin Black[7] ; 7. 5M-Mike Moore[9] ; 8. 09-Daniel Hoffman[10] ; 9. 8-Jim Leaser[5]

B-Main 2 - (10 Laps)

1. X15-Kasey Ziebold[1] ; 2. 2-Brenden Torok[3] ; 3. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[5] ; 4. 26S-Lee Sommers[7] ; 5. 18Z-Brian Razum[2] ; 6. 85-Dustin Feller[9]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

1. 26-Jamie Miller[5] ; 2. 01-Bryan Sebetto[6] ; 3. 1W-Paul Weaver[3] ; 4. 49i-John Ivy[1] ; 5. 12X-Dustin Stroup[2] ; 6. 36-Seth Schneider[8] ; 7. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath Jr.[9] ; 8. 19R-Steve Rando[13] ; 9. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[4] ; 10. 9R-Logan Riehl[17] ; 11. X15-Kasey Ziebold[18] ; 12. 7M-Brandon Moore[11] ; 13. 34-Jud Dickerson[15] ; 14. 0-Bradley Bateson[7] ; 15. 4X-Zach Kramer[14] ; 16. 51M-Haldon Miller[12] ; 17. 3M-Logan Mongeau[16] ; 18. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[22] ; 19. 28V-Shawn Valenti[21] ; 20. 29-Rich Farmer[10] ; 21. 2-Brenden Torok[20] ; 22. 319-Steven Watts[19]

Late Models - Dirt Nerds Podcast

Qualifying

1.91-Rusty Schlenk, 14.441; 2.1*-Kyle Moore, 14.455; 3.9P-Jeff Babcock, 14.529; 4.1N-Casey Noonan, 14.669; 5.94-Mike Bores, 14.742; 6.5M-Ryan Markham, 14.810; 7.14JR-JR Gentry, 14.857; 8.92-Justin Chance, 14.857; 9.B4U-Brad Eitniear, 15.210; 10.RH03-Gregg Haskell, 15.210; 11.74-Jeff Warnick, 15.296; 12.46-Colin Shipley, 15.385; 13.51-Devin Shiels, 15.471; 14.J28-Jason Henderson, 15.598; 15.16-Steve Sabo, 15.993; 16.27S-Eric Spangler, 16.232; 17.11-Austin Gibson, 16.413; 18.69R-Doug Baird, 16.513; 19.2C-Clint Coffman, 99.997; 20.17N-Dylan Nusbaum, 99.998; 21.14C-Chase Coffman, 99.999;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 91-Rusty Schlenk[4] ; 2. 94-Mike Bores[3] ; 3. 14JR-JR Gentry[2] ; 4. 46-Colin Shipley[5] ; 5. 74-Jeff Warnick[1] ; 6. 69R-Doug Baird[7] ; 7. 11-Austin Gibson[6]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 1*-Kyle Moore[4] ; 2. RH03-Gregg Haskell[5] ; 3. 9P-Jeff Babcock[3] ; 4. B4U-Brad Eitniear[1] ; 5. 17N-Dylan Nusbaum[6] ; 6. 14C-Chase Coffman[7] ; 7. 5M-Ryan Markham[2]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 51-Devin Shiels[2] ; 2. 1N-Casey Noonan[4] ; 3. 27S-Eric Spangler[6] ; 4. 92-Justin Chance[3] ; 5. 2C-Clint Coffman[7] ; 6. J28-Jason Henderson[1] ; 7. 16-Steve Sabo[5]

A-Main 1 - (20 Laps)

1. 91-Rusty Schlenk[6] ; 2. 1*-Kyle Moore[8] ; 3. 14JR-JR Gentry[1] ; 4. RH03-Gregg Haskell[5] ; 5. 51-Devin Shiels[4] ; 6. 1N-Casey Noonan[7] ; 7. 46-Colin Shipley[10] ; 8. B4U-Brad Eitniear[11] ; 9. 27S-Eric Spangler[9] ; 10. 92-Justin Chance[12] ; 11. 17N-Dylan Nusbaum[14] ; 12. 2C-Clint Coffman[15] ; 13. 16-Steve Sabo[20] ; 14. 14C-Chase Coffman[17] ; 15. 11-Austin Gibson[21] ; 16. 69R-Doug Baird[16] ; 17. 9P-Jeff Babcock[2] ; 18. 94-Mike Bores[3] ; 19. 74-Jeff Warnick[13] ; 20. J28-Jason Henderson[18]

Make up feature from May 3

A-Main (25 Laps)

1. 5M-Ryan Markham[1] ; 2. 9P-Jeff Babcock[2] ; 3. 1*-Kyle Moore[3] ; 4. 92-Justin Chance[4] ; 5. RH03-Gregg Haskell[5] ; 6. 51-Devin Shiels[6] ; 7. 46-Colin Shipley[7] ; 8. 16-Steve Sabo[8] ; 9. 14JR-JR Gentry[9] ; 10. 91-Rusty Schlenk[10] ; 11. 94-Mike Bores[11] ; 12. 27S-Eric Spangler[12] ; 13. 2C-Clint Coffman[13] ; 14. 74-Jeff Warnick[14] ; 15. 69R-Doug Baird[15] ; 16. J28-Jason Henderson[16]

 

Pirtek Renegades

The Pirtek Renegades filled the wet and sticky pits on Saturday with the Winged Sprints out for the first time in 2024 joining the Traditional Sprints at Cedar Lake Speedway’s Spring Open Wheel Spectacular. Fourteen Traditional and 24 Winged teams checked in the back gate. In the heat race competition, for the Traditional Sprints, the Kiki’s Salsa heat 1 went to Cam Schafer and James Ackerley Construction heat 2 went to Brad Peterson, giving him 115 passing points. For the Winged Sprints, the Adams Estates heat 1 went to Jack Berger, while Rapid Press Printing and Copy Center heat 2 was claimed by Chris Vogel. Chase Viebrock picked up the Kiki’s Salsa Winged heat 3 victory. Chris Vogel raced from seventh to first in heat two to top all drivers with 130 passing points.

Traditional Heat Results

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 54-Cam Schafer[1]; 2. 99-Bryan Roach[2]; 3. 955-Lucas Grosinger[4]; 4. 2C-Brad Cunningham[7]; 5. 6-Jake Kouba[5]; 6. 95-John Vaillancourt[3]; 7. 76-Edison Aldrich[6]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 93-Brad Peterson[4]; 2. 11J-Jori Hughes[1]; 3. 7X-Dan Atchison[3]; 4. 10Z-Zach Widdes[6]; 5. 17C-Hunter Colton[7]; 6. THE1-Tony Gernert[5]; 7. (DNF) 6X-Mark Martin[2]

Winged Heat Results

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 19-Jack Berger[1]; 2. 34DD-Brady Donnohue[6]; 3. 57-Ryan Buck[3]; 4. 24M-Matthew Weber[8]; 5. 12-Jason Flohrs[4]; 6. (DNF) 95-John Vaillancourt[5]; 7. (DNF) 42X-Brett Peterson[2]; 8. (DNF) 13-Patrick Heikkinen[7]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 2V-Chris Vogel[7]; 2. 609-Casey Lang[3]; 3. 59-Jamie Reberg[2]; 4. 2J-John Lowe[4]; 5. 44-Dani Aldrich[8]; 6. C4-Carl Wade[6]; 7. P1-Mark Chevalier[1]; 8. (DNF) 13A-Ryan Anondson[5]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 50-Chase Viebrock[2]; 2. 10-Trevor Serbus[6]; 3. O7-Owen Carlson[3]; 4. 4-Mitch Hagen[1]; 5. (DNF) 3TK-Tony Kaus[4]; 6. (DNF) 24B-Brandon Buysse[5]; 7. (DNF) 9C-Cole Stella[7]; 8. (DNF) 7-Keegan Coss[8]

After the redraw, for the Traditional Sprints, it was Jori Hughes and Brad Peterson sitting in the front row for the sticky 20-lap feature. After a muddy race filled with a lot of moving and grooving, the #6 car of Jake Kouba made claim on the top spot with an impressive run from ninth starting position. Chasing Kouba to the Pirtek checkered flag were Cam Schafer, Brad Cunningham, Brad Peterson and Jori Hughes.

Traditional Sprints Feature Results

A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 6-Jake Kouba[9]; 2. 54-Cam Schafer[3]; 3. 2C-Brad Cunningham[8]; 4. 93-Brad Peterson[2]; 5. 11J-Jori Hughes[1]; 6. 99-Bryan Roach[4]; 7. 7X-Dan Atchison[6]; 8. 95-John Vaillancourt[11]; 9. 76-Edison Aldrich[12]; 10. (DNF) 17C-Hunter Colton[14]; 11. (DNF) 10Z-Zach Widdes[5]; 12. (DNF) 955-Lucas Grosinger[7]; 13. (DNF) THE1-Tony Gernert[10]; 14. (DNF) 6X-Mark Martin[13]

For the Winged Sprints, it was Trevor Serbus and Brady Donahue setting the pace for the 20-lap feature. It was a beehive of activity by all drivers for what was called an obstacle course type racetrack as drivers had to navigate a fast but rough racing surface. With several cautions, it was a real slobber knocker race, and Trevor Serbus held onto the point for the entire race, parking in the Pirtek Victory Lane. Following Serbus were Chase Viebrock, Owen Carlson, Jack Berger and Brett Peterson.

Winged Sprints Feature Results

A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 10-Trevor Serbus[1]; 2. 50-Chase Viebrock[3]; 3. O7-Owen Carlson[9]; 4. 19-Jack Berger[8]; 5. 42X-Brett Peterson[20]; 6. 24B-Brandon Buysse[18]; 7. 9C-Cole Stella[19]; 8. 609-Casey Lang[7]; 9. 2J-John Lowe[11]; 10. 13A-Ryan Anondson[22]; 11. 24M-Matthew Weber[23]; 12. 4-Mitch Hagen[12]; 13. (DNF) 57-Ryan Buck[4]; 14. (DNF) 59-Jamie Reberg[10]; 15. (DNF) P1-Mark Chevalier[15]; 16. (DNF) 2V-Chris Vogel[5]; 17. (DNF) 44-Dani Aldrich[6]; 18. (DNF) 3TK-Tony Kaus[16]; 19. (DNF) 12-Jason Flohrs[13]; 20. (DNF) C4-Carl Wade[14]; 21. (DNF) 95-John Vaillancourt[17]; 22. (DNF) 13-Patrick Heikkinen[21]; 23. (DNS) 7-Keegan Coss; 24. (DQ) 34DD-Brady Donnohue[2]

By Sherri Murawski

The Pirtek Renegades next event will be Saturday, May 18th, when the Winged Sprints return to CLS for the second night of regular season racing. 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.

 

 

Paul Nienhiser Makes It Two in a Row With Sprint Invaders Win at Benton County!

(Bill W) Vinton, IA, May 5, 2024 – Paul Nienhiser made it two wins in a row with the Mohrfeld Solar Sprint Invaders Sunday night at Benton County Speedway in Vinton, Iowa. The Chapin, Illinois driver earned $2,000 for his win aboard Scott Bonar’s #50, and also recorded his fourteenth career win with the Sprint Invaders. It was the second in a row for Nienhiser at Benton County, as he became the first repeat winner here with the Sprint Invaders.

Based on his win in the Agriland FS Dash, Nienhiser started on the pole of the 25-lap main event. He attacked the quarter-mile bullring from the outset, trailed by Ryan Bunton and Chris Martin. Cam Martin brought the first caution of the race with a lap three spin. One more lap was in the books when TJ Haddy spun and retired from the event.

Nienhiser led Bunton, Chris Martin, Cody Wehrle and Dustin Clark back to green. Bunton surged when the green fell, and briefly nosed ahead of the leader, but Nienhiser was able to maintain his advantage. Tanner Gebhardt also entered the top five at that point.

Wehrle gained momentum and by lap ten, was attempting a move from fourth to second when Chris Martin got over the top of turn four, slowing his podium run. Nienhiser was able to shoot away on that restart, while Bunton and Wehrle continued their chase. On lap 13, Wehrle was able to maneuver by Bunton for second before the final caution of the event came out for Tyler Lee and Chris Martin with ten to go.

While Nienhiser stayed out front, Bunton used the restart to take back the runner-up spot in a good battle. The last ten laps saw Nienhiser chased to the line by Bunton, Wehrle, Gebhardt and Colton Fisher. Ryan Jamison, Tasker Phillips, Riley Goodno, hard-charger Cam Martin and McCain Richards rounded out the top ten. Chris Martin, Bunton and Wehrle won heat races.

“It’s always a pleasure to come back to Vinton,” said Nienhiser in Victory Lane. “I always like to come here. We’d like to think we’re figuring out the setup here in the 50 car. It’s pretty cool to start the season out with the Sprint Invaders two for two. It was a little crumbly in the Dash, but with as hard as the track was (even after track prep), I knew it was going to come back.”

“Cody’s a heck of a competitor, and it’s a lot of fun racing guys who respect each other on and off the track,” said Bunton. “The car was decent. As an old man now, I struggle a little to hit my marks every lap, but we’re getting there. I’d like to thank my team. Paul has always killed me on restarts, and we really worked on this thing to take off. I just tried to use it to my advantage and get under him. It worked briefly.”

“It was a great night,” said Wehrle. “I love this place. It’s so racy all the time. You can always try things. It was good racing with Bunton. We raced really hard. I didn’t want to see that caution (when he went from fourth to second), but I was able to pass Ryan for second after that. He got back around, so it all came out in the wash in the end.”

For more information on the Sprint Invaders, visit www.SprintInvaders.net or visit us on Facebook.

Mohrfeld Solar Sprint Invaders Results

Shottenkirk Automotive Group A main (started), 25 laps: 1. 50, Paul Nienhiser, Chapin, IL (1) 2. 6R, Ryan Bunton, Morton, IL (2) 3. 40c, Cody Wehrle, Burlington, IA (5) 4. 81, Tanner Gebhardt, Burlington, IA (10) 5. 99, Colton Fisher, Mediapolis, IA (9) 6. 51J, Ryan Jamison, Mediapolis, IA (8) 7. 1TAZ, Tasker Phillips, Pleasantville, IA (11) 8. 22x, Riley Goodno, Knoxville, IA (12) 9. 4, Cam Martin, Ankeny, IA (16) 10. 31, McCain Richards, Burlington, IA (6) 11. 7, Tyler Lee, Cedar Rapids, IA (13) 12. 4x, Chase Richards, Burlington, IA (15) 13. 17, Nate Parks, Burlington, IA (18) 14. 16, Dustin Clark, Agency, IA (4) 15. 33, Alan Zoutte, Knoxville, IA (14) 16. 44, Chris Martin, Ankeny, IA (3) 17. 21H, TJ Haddy, Waupun, WI (7) 18. G5, Gage Pulkrabek, East Grand Forks, MN (17). Lap Leader: Nienhiser 1-25. $75 Christine Wahl-Levitt/KSE Hard-charger: Cam Martin.

Randall’s Performance Heat one (started), 8 laps: 1. Chris Martin (1) 2. Paul Nienhiser (5) 3. Tanner Gebhardt (3) 4. Riley Goodno (4) 5. Chase Richards (2) DNS – Gage Pulkrabek

Joshua Denning & Associates Heat two (started), 8 laps: 1. Cody Wehrle (2) 2. Dustin Clark (1) 3. Ryan Jamison (3) 4. TJ Haddy (6) 5. Tyler Lee (5) 6. Cam Martin (4)

Morning Sun Farm Implement Heat three (started), 8 laps: 1. Ryan Bunton (4) 2. McCain Richards (1) 3. Colton Fisher (3) 4. Tasker Phillips (5) 5. Alan Zoutte (2) 6. Nate Parks (6)

Agriland FS Dash (started), 6 laps: 1. Paul Nienhiser (2) 2. Ryan Bunton (5) 3. Chris Martin (3) 4. Dustin Clark (1) 5. Cody Wehrle (4) 6. McCain Richards (6)

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Contingencies

King Racing Products – Alan Zoutte

DMI – Cody Wehrle

Saldana Racing Products – Chris Martin

BMRS – Ryan Bunton

 

 

BRYANT BELL TOPS LOGAN MITCHELL IN WESTERN MIDGET RACING THRILLER AT VENTURA

VENTURA, CALIFORNIA (May 4, 2024) – 2023 Western Midget Racing champion Bryant Bell of Oakley, Calif. outlasted series runner-up Logan Mitchell of Santa Cruz to claim round three of the WMR at Ventura Raceway on Saturday night. Bell became the third different winner of the 2024 season as well.

Bell and Mitchell were separated by just four points at the end the 2023 championship and came into Saturday’s races separated by the same margin. Bell and Mitchell then split the night’s heat races and lined up second and third respectively in the 20-lap feature.

Bell and his Boscacci Racing teammate Anthony Bruno of San Jose used the outside line to charge past polesitter Gary DeWitt of Mesa, Ariz. at the start of the main event. Bell paced Bruno, who won the season opener at Ventura Raceway, in a tight battle. Mitchell slid past DeWitt for third on lap seven and quickly reeled the top two.

Bruno tried to get around Bell on a few occasions, including a dive inside in turn one, to no avail. Bruno finally got a run on the outside in turn three but the leaders banged wheels. Bruno flipped side over side to end his race early on lap 16.

Bell drove ahead of Mitchell on the drop of the green flag on the restart. On the final lap, Mitchell made his move on the outside. Bell and Mitchell went across the finish line side-by-side, with Bell winning by just a few inches. DeWitt finished third followed by Nate Wait of Lodi and Todd Hawse of Moorpark.

Western Midget Racing resumes its 2024 season on May 17 at Ocean Speedway and May 18 at Petaluma Speedway. For more information visit www.WesternMidgetRacing.com

RESULTS: Ventura Raceway May 4, 2024

A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 09-Bryant Bell[2]; 2. 96X-Logan Mitchell[3]; 3. 48-Gary DeWitt[1]; 4. 35W-Nate Wait[9]; 5. 31-Todd Hawse[7]; 6. 20-Kyle Hawse[6]; 7. 15-Adam Weisberg[11]; 8. 68-Marvin Mitchell[10]; 9. 57-Ray Richards[8]; 10. 9-Anthony Bruno[4]; 11. 3-Terry Nichols[5]; 12. (DNS) 1-Nick Velasquez[12]

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 96X-Logan Mitchell[4]; 2. 48-Gary DeWitt[1]; 3. 3-Terry Nichols[3]; 4. 31-Todd Hawse[2]; 5. 35W-Nate Wait[5]; 6. 15-Adam Weisberg[6]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 09-Bryant Bell[1]; 2. 9-Anthony Bruno[6]; 3. 20-Kyle Hawse[3]; 4. 57-Ray Richards[4]; 5. 68-Marvin Mitchell[2]; 6. (DNS) 1-Nick Velasquez

2024 WMR Schedule – Subject to Change
March 16 Ventura Raceway – WINNER: Anthony Bruno
March 29 Ocean Speedway – RAIN OUT
March 30 Marysville Raceway – RAIN OUT

April 20 Bakersfield Speedway – WINNER: Logan Mitchell

May 4 Ventura Raceway – WINNER: Bryant Bell
May 17 Ocean Speedway
May 18 Petaluma Speedway

June 7 Ocean Speedway
June 8 Petaluma Speedway
June 22 Ventura Raceway

July 12 Ocean Speedway Howard Kaeding Classic
July 13 Ocean Speedway Howard Kaeding Classic
July 26 Ocean Speedway
July 27 Antioch Speedway

August 9 Ocean Speedway Johnny Key Classic
August 10 Ocean Speedway Johnny Key Classic

September 21 Bakersfield Speedway

October 25 Kevin Harvick’s Kern Raceway October Classic
October 26 Ventura Raceway

 

 

HUTTON BEATS 24 DRIVERS PLUS MOTHER NATURE IN SEASON OPENER AT THUNDER MOUNTAIN

Race Report By: Marty Czekala - May 5, 2024

CENTER LISLE, N.Y. – The inaugural Joe's Garage Southern Tier Series race not only featured some of the "Future Stars of Sprint Cars" but also Mother Nature taking on Thunder Mountain Speedway. In the end, the defending champ began his title reign successfully.

Jordan Hutton took the lead on lap seven from Johnny Smith and Billy VanInwegen and did not look back to record his ninth career CRSA Sprints win. This win ties him for eighth in the record books with Dalton Herrick and Mike Kiser.

Hutton ran the bottom throughout the entire feature, but the car came in near the halfway point.

"I saw Johnny and Billy both going for the same spot," said Hutton, whose win at Thunder Mountain was also his first top-five at the track. “I said,' Here's my chance. 'I missed the bottom for the first 10 laps, but man, did it come in after that.”

The race began with Hutton starting second and Dustin Sehn in pole position. Immediately off turn four, Billy VanInwegen threaded the needle, taking the lead while four-wide.

Smith was able to move up to second around the outside after Jeff Trombley hit a yuke tire, hindering Hutton's forward progress in battling for the runner-up spot.

Following a series of cautions, including a red flag, the race restarted on lap six with "Billy V" having a higher exit than normal off two, allowing Smith an opportunity to take the lead. Smith threw a slidejob into turn three to advance to the point while Hutton was on both the tail tanks of VanInwegen and Hutton.

That's when the bottom worked for Hutton. He gathered a run underneath Smith to lead lap seven and didn't look back to take the win by five seconds, leaving nine drivers on the lead lap at the end.

"This place and me have a rough relationship sometimes," Hutton says. "We finally hit our marks, and our crew guys came together. Couldn't have been more pleased. The thing that helped me was the red flag. I went into the bottom of the first corner [on the following restart], and the car stuck really well and got more speed."

Despite the tough restart for him, Billy VanInwegen finished runner-up after winning at Thunder Mountain last year and believed he had a race-winning car in the early laps.

"We started out really good on the top and then had no idea where I should be," VanInwegen commented. Had that gone green, the fans would've had a great show. We're going to have to do some homework and work on our tire program. I think we had a sealed right rear tire with the long cautions."

Jerry Sehn Jr. recorded his fourth podium in CRSA series history, finishing third. After Johnny Smith broke as the final yellow waved, the door was left wide-open, and Sehn Jr. took the final podium spot by passing Ron Greek on the bottom in the final laps.

"I kept my nose clean to pick the best lane," said Sehn Jr. This car doesn't like when it's slick, and the track was smooth. I thought it came out all right."

Twenty-five cars checked into Thunder Mountain this evening.

Smith was awarded the Maguire Family of Dealerships Magnificent Move of the Race after passing Billy VanInwegen for the race lead on lap six.

Kyle Pierce was the Powdertech Powdercoating Hard Charger of the Race, gaining 16 spots to finish fifth.

The CRSA Sprints will now turn their attention to Land of Legends Raceway on May 11 to begin the DisBatch Brewing Company Challenge. Can't make it? The action can be seen for free on Land of Legends TV and simulcasted on DIRTVision.

Feature (25 Laps) 1. 66-Jordan Hutton[2]; 2. 56v Billy VanInwegen[6]; 3. 410 Jerry Sehn Jr[14]; 4. 29 Dalton Herrick[3]; 5. 9k Kyle Pierce[21]; 6. 21b Blake Warner[16]; 7. 28 Ron Greek[12]; 8. 1NY Mark Reynolds[15]; 9. 18 Timmy Lotz[22]; 10. 88c Chad Miller[10]; 11. 4 Cliff Pierce[23]; 12. 22 Tomy Moreau[9]; 13. 1q Thomas Radivoy[20]; 14. D9 Dustin Sehn [1]; 15. 22m Aaron Shelton[18]; 16. 4s Johnny Smith[4]; 17. 33 Scott Landers[8]; 18. 20k Ed Kelley[13]; 19. 99 Adam Depuy[25]; 20. 54 Fred Proctor[24]; 21. 3a Jeff Trombley[7]; 22. 77 Bob Hamm Jr.[19]; 23. J27 John Cunningham[17]; 24. 19em Emily VanInwegen[5]; 25. 10 Nathan Pierce[11]

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 56V-Billy VanInwegen Jr[1]; 2. 33-Scott Landers[2]; 3. 66-Jordan Hutton[5]; 4. 22-Tomy Moreau[7]; 5. J27-John Cunningham[3]; 6. 410-Jerry Sehn Jr[8]; 7. 1Q-Thomas Radivoy[6]; 8. 54-Fred Proctor[4]; 9. 99-Adam Depuy[9]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 3A-Jeff Trombley[4]; 2. 19EM-Emily VanInwegen[2]; 3. 4S-Johnny Smith[3]; 4. 28-Ron Greek[5]; 5. 20K-Ed Kelly[6]; 6. 77-Bob Hamm Jr.[1]; 7. 22M-Aaron Shelton[7]; 8. 18-Timmy Lotz[8]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 88C-Chad Miller[2]; 2. 29-Dalton Herrick[6]; 3. D9-Dustin Sehn[1]; 4. 10-Nathan Pierce[8]; 5. 1NY-Mark Reynolds[4]; 6. 21B-Blake Warner[7]; 7. 9K-Kyle Pierce[3]; 8. 4-Cliff Pierce[5]

The A-Verdi Storage Containers CRSA Sprints are powered by Super Gen Products. Associate sponsors for 2024 include Pit Stop Convenience Stores, DisBatch Brewing Company, Dandy, Joe's Garage, Westward Painting Company, the Maguire Family of Dealerships, Powdertech Powdercoating, PJC Sprayfoam, Profab Enterprises, Magsarus Ignitions, Hoosier Racing Tire, Insinger Performance with their Stinger Race Fuel, My Race Pass and is owned and operated by Mike Emhof Motorsports.

For more information on the series, results and points, please visit our website, www.crsa.myracepass.com.

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Smith, Reinbold, Paulus score Impact Signs Awnings & Wraps Open Wheel Showdown wins at Lucas Oil Speedway

 

WHEATLAND, MO. (May 4, 2024) - Wesley Smith of Nixa led all 25 laps to capture the POWRi WAR Sprint League feature victory Saturday night, turning a close battle into a runaway late as he beat Jack Wagner by 2.8 seconds.

The victory, at the 13th annual Impact Signs Awnings & Wraps Open Wheel Showdown at Lucas Oil Speedway, moved Smith into second place in all-time POWRi WAR wins with 14. Smith is 2-for-2 in 2024, adding to a feature win in the season opener at I-70 Speedway.

"I think they put some new dirt on this surface and definitely for the better," Smith said of Lucas Oil Speedway. "It's definitely a little tricky. It's not the smoothest or the fastest surface I've ever raced on, but it's one of the funnest. It seems the WAR Series is putting on some great shows."

Smith started up front and led the opening lap as Kory Schudy moved into second before a caution flew on lap two. Wagner, of Lone Jack, moved around Schudy for the second spot two laps after the restart.

The order remained that way as the laps ticked by with Smith maintaining a quarter-second lead over Wagner. Those two waged a tremendous battle for the lead as the race reached lap 12 when Wagner couldn't quite pull off a slider for the lead. No matter what Wagner tried, Smith was up to the challenge and he was able to use lapped traffic to expand his lead to close out the wire-to-wire victory.

"Man, that was a fun race," Smith said, noting Wagner's near-pass eight eight laps remaining. "I told him after the race 'if you'd have waited one more corner and one more lap, you'd have passed me.'"

Schudy, of Battlefield, Mo., finished third with Keith Martin of Cleburne, Texas, coming home in fourth.

In other divisions of the Open Wheel Showdown:

Reinbold earns first POWRi Midget League victory: Hayden Reinbold of Chandler, Ariz., dominated from start to finish for his first POWRi National and West Midget league career victory.

The 20-year-old Reinbold started on the pole and rolled to the lead in a race slowed by only one early caution. He opened a 2.2-second command over Shannon McQueen by lap nine and maintained consistent laps the rest of the way to lead all 15 circuits.

McQueen, of Bakersfield, Calif., held off 15-year-old Gunnar Setser of Columbus, Ind., for the runner-up positions. Broc Elliott of California, Mo., finished fourth.

"We've been struggling a little bit lately, so we came down here to run POWRi and we had a lot of fun," Reinbold said. "It was a bummer we were rained out last night (at Callaway Raceway) but we were super happy to show that we have some speed.

"This place is awesome. The facility is nice," Reinbold said of Lucas Oil Speedway. "I've been here once before and I crashed, but I had a lot of fun (tonight). This place is sick."

POWRi Ozark Region 360 Sprints: Miles Paulus overtook Randy Martin with three laps remaining and went on to score his first POWRi Ozark Region 360 Sprint feature victory.

Paulus, of Marshall, started fourth and gave chase to Martin most of the way before finally reeling him in and making the decisive pass. Paulus wound up beating sixth-starting Gunner Ramey and Paulus at the checkers.

Martin sprinted to the lead from the start as Paulus gave chase and had a one-second lead over Paulus 10 laps into the feature. As the race continued under green, Paulus cut the lead to .090 of a second by lap 16.

Paulus completed his march to the front by sliding past Martin in turn two on lap 17 with Ramey, from Sedalia, right behind. Once out in front, Paulus pulled away as Martin, of California, Mo., and Ramey went back-and-forth for second. Paulus finished 3.06 seconds in front of Ramey with Martin settling for third.

"Everybody on the side of this car ... I get to stand here and say that I won, but we won as a team," Paulus said. "I'm very grateful for their support. It's a team effort."

LUCAS OIL SPEEDWAY UNOFFICIAL RESULTS (May 4, 2024)

13th annual Impact Signs Awnings & Wraps Open Wheel Showdown

POWRi WAR Sprints

TRD Feature - 1. 44-Wesley Smith[1]; 2. 77-Jack Wagner[4]; 3. 28-Kory Schudy[3]; 4. 79-Keith Martin[6]; 5. 73-Samuel Wagner[5]; 6. 21K-Kobe Simpson[7]; 7. 11W-Wyatt Burks[8]; 8. F5-Riley Kreisel[15]; 9. 13-Chase Howard[12]; 10. 33-Bryson Smith[9]; 11. 9M-Matt Fox[11]; 12. (DNF) 79X-Kyle Jones[16]; 13. (DNF) 88G-Garrett Hulsey[17]; 14. (DNF) 45-Jesse Bebee[14]; 15. (DNF) 9-Cody Baker[2]; 16. (DNF) 26-Zachary Clark[10]; 17. (DNF) 52-Dean Bowers[13]

Flying A Motorsports Heat 1 - 1. 44-Wesley Smith[7]; 2. 9-Cody Baker[9]; 3. 21K-Kobe Simpson[1]; 4. 33-Bryson Smith[3]; 5. 79-Keith Martin[8]; 6. 13-Chase Howard[4]; 7. 45-Jesse Bebee[2]; 8. (DNF) F5-Riley Kreisel[6]; 9. (DNS) 88G-Garrett Hulsey

Engler Machine & Tool Heat 2 - 1. 77-Jack Wagner[1]; 2. 73-Samuel Wagner[2]; 3. 28-Kory Schudy[7]; 4. 11W-Wyatt Burks[4]; 5. 26-Zachary Clark[6]; 6. 52-Dean Bowers[3]; 7. 9M-Matt Fox[8]; 8. (DNF) 79X-Kyle Jones[5]

POWRi Midgets

TRD Feature - 1. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[1]; 2. 7-Shannon McQueen[2]; 3. 43-Gunnar Setser[5]; 4. 00-Broc Elliott[6]; 5. 44-Branigan Roark[4]; 6. 89-Todd McVay[3]; 7. 00X-Mark Elliott[7]

Flying A Motorsports Heat 1 - 1. 89-Todd McVay[1]; 2. 7-Shannon McQueen[4]; 3. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold[7]; 4. 44-Branigan Roark[2]; 5. 43-Gunnar Setser[5]; 6. 00-Broc Elliott[6]; 7. (DNS) 00X-Mark Elliott

POWRi Ozark 360 Sprints

TRD Feature - 1. 98P-Miles Paulus[4]; 2. 21-Gunner Ramey[6]; 3. 14-Randy Martin[1]; 4. 2B-Garrett Benson[3]; 5. 2-Chase Porter[5]; 6. 5T-James Turnbull[8]; 7. 73-Samuel Wagner[10]; 8. 77-Jack Wagner[12]; 9. 99D-Tucker Daly[9]; 10. 14E-Kyle Bellm[2]; 11. (DNS) 31-Casey Wills; 12. (DNS) 52D-Skyler Daly

Flying A Motorsports Heat 1 - 1. 98P-Miles Paulus[1]; 2. 14-Randy Martin[4]; 3. 14E-Kyle Bellm[6]; 4. 5T-James Turnbull[2]; 5. (DNS) 52D-Skyler Daly; 6. (DNS) 73-Samuel Wagner

Engler Machine & Tool Heat 2 - 1. 2-Chase Porter[1]; 2. 21-Gunner Ramey[3]; 3. 2B-Garrett Benson[6]; 4. 31-Casey Wills[4]; 5. 99D-Tucker Daly[5]; 6. (DNS) 77-Jack Wagner

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Weekly Championship Series resumes May 11 with all Moms admitted free: The Big Adventure RV Weekly Championship Series is set to resume Saturday, May 11th as Vietti Marketing Group offers FREE admission to all mothers. The Arctic Food Equipment USRA Modifieds will run a special 25-lap, $1,000-to-win main event.

Pits open at 4 p.m. with grandstands at 4:30, hot laps at 6:30 and racing at 7:05 p.m.

Saturday, May 11th admission:

(All Mothers FREE courtesy Vietti Marketing Group for Mothers Day)

Advance discount tickets online only - $12

Adults (13 and up) - $15

Seniors (62 and up)/Military - $12

Youth (ages 6-12) - $5

Kids (5 and under) - FREE

Family pass - $35

Pit pass - $35

For ticket information about any event on the 2024 Lucas Oil Speedway schedule, fans can contact Admissions Director Nichole McMillan at (417) 295-6043 or via email at nmcmillan@lucasoilspeedway.com for more information about any event on the 2024 Lucas Oil Speedway scheduled.

 

Wesley Smith Keeps Winning at Lucas Oil Speedway with POWRi WAR

Wheatland, MO. (5/4/24) Wesley Smith would lead every revolution in the 13th Annual Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps Open Wheel Showdown presented by Start2Finish TV feature event at Lucas Oil Speedway with the POWRi WAR Sprint League to notch his fourteenth career feature victory.

Racing onto the quick surface of Lucas Oil Speedway, POWRi WAR would find traditional sprinters witnessing Jack Wagner set a quickest hot-lap time of 15.292-second lap as Wesley Smith and Jack Wagner each earned heat racing victories.

Enthralling the packed crowd on the initial green flag start with high-point qualifier Wesley Smith and Cody Baker lined up in the front row, Wesley Smith would gain the lead on the opening lap after a scary moment in turn one on the opening lap with Cody Baker flipping and collecting Zach Clark and Dean Bowers with all drivers okay.

After a fresh start with Wesley Smith and Kory Schudy now making up the front row, Wesley Smith would not waste any time in taking the preferred position with a speedy row-two starting Jack Wagner blasting into the runner-up spot.

Separating from the field the top two would put on a dazzling display of open-wheel excitement as Wesley Smith and Jack Wagner would contend for the top spot on nearly every lap with Smith able to hold off the racy Wagner.

Leading every lap, Wesley Smith would emerge victorious with the POWRi WAR Sprint League at Lucas Oil Speedway in the Open Wheel Showdown presented by Start2Finish to notch his second yearly league victory. Staying in the hunt Jack Wagner would finish runner-up as Kory Schudy completed the final podium placements.

“I joked with Jack after the race about showing me the line one lap too soon,” said victorious Wesley Smith in the Wheatland, Missouri victory lane celebrations. Adding, “I think the new dirt did wonders for this surface and I love it. These races are won in the shop during the week and we’ve been spending a lot of time there, it’s very rewarding to reap the benefits.”

Challenging closely behind would find Keith Martin finish fourth as Samuel Wagner would round out the top-five finishers for the POWRi WAR Sprint League at Lucas Oil Speedway in the Open Wheel Showdown presented by Start2Finish TV.

Lucas Oil Speedway | POWRi WAR Sprint League | 5/4/24:

Hoosier Racing Tire Quick Hot Lap Time: 77-Jack Wagner(15.292)

Flying A Motorsports Heat Race 1 Winner: 44-Wesley Smith

Engler Machine & Tool Heat Race 2 Winner: 77-Jack Wagner

Victory Fuel High Point Qualifier: 44-Wesley Smith

Meru Safety Hard Charger: F5-Riley Kreisel(+7)

Toyota Racing Development Feature Winner: 44-Wesley Smith

Toyota Racing Development TRD A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 44-Wesley Smith[1]; 2. 77-Jack Wagner[4]; 3. 28-Kory Schudy[3]; 4. 79-Keith Martin[6]; 5. 73-Samuel Wagner[5]; 6. 21K-Kobe Simpson[7]; 7. 11W-Wyatt Burks[8]; 8. F5-Riley Kreisel[15]; 9. 13-Chase Howard[12]; 10. 33-Bryson Smith[9]; 11. 9M-Matt Fox[11]; 12. (DNF) 79X-Kyle Jones[16]; 13. (DNF) 88G-Garrett Hulsey[17]; 14. (DNF) 45-Jesse Bebee[14]; 15. (DNF) 9-Cody Baker[2]; 16. (DNF) 26-Zachary Clark[10]; 17. (DNF) 52-Dean Bowers[13].

Flying A Motorsports Flying A Motorsports Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 44-Wesley Smith[7]; 2. 9-Cody Baker[9]; 3. 21K-Kobe Simpson[1]; 4. 33-Bryson Smith[3]; 5. 79-Keith Martin[8]; 6. 13-Chase Howard[4]; 7. 45-Jesse Bebee[2]; 8. (DNF) F5-Riley Kreisel[6]; 9. (DNS) 88G-Garrett Hulsey.

Engler Machine Tool Engler Machine & Tool Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 77-Jack Wagner[1]; 2. 73-Samuel Wagner[2]; 3. 28-Kory Schudy[7]; 4. 11W-Wyatt Burks[4]; 5. 26-Zachary Clark[6]; 6. 52-Dean Bowers[3]; 7. 9M-Matt Fox[8]; 8. (DNF) 79X-Kyle Jones[5].

 

 

GAUGE GARCIA SCORES FIRST CAREER OCEAN SPRINTS VICTORY

WATSONVILLE, CALIFORNIA (May 4, 2024) – 18-year-old Gauge Garcia of Lemoore won his first career Ocean Sprints presented by Taco Bravo feature on Friday night at Watsonville’s Ocean Speedway. Garcia was one of five winners during the night, including Bakersfield’s Nicholas Johnson prevailing in Hobby Stocks, Fred Ryland of Brentwood claiming the IMCA Sport Modifieds, Jason Lazzerini of Moss Landing winning the Four Bangers, and Scotts Valley Police Officer Kevin Elliott winning in Police-in-Pursuit.

“This is our third showing in this 28 car and we went out and got it done. We were missing our crew chief Norm tonight but luckily we had every note he had. Dad was on the wrenches tonight and this car was great,” Garcia said.

Jake Haulot of Cotati led time trials before two-time 2024 winner Tanner Carrick of Lincoln and Garcia won the heat races. No dash was contested.

The 30-lap feature lined up Garcia and Carrick on the front row. Garcia led the opening lap before the caution flew for Gilroy’s Kurt Nelson slowing in turn four. On the restart, Haulot dropped out of the race suddenly and made the hard right turn into the pits. Garcia fended off Carrick on the restart before action slowed again on lap 13. 17 year-old Caleb Debem of Salinas and 16-year-old Adrianna DeMartini of Brentwood collided on the front stretch, with DeMartini slowing to draw the yellow.

Garcia and Carrick had accumulated a three second advantage over round three winner Bud Kaeding of San Jose which was nullified by the caution flag. Debem and Rickey Sanders of Watsonville made contact on the backstretch on lap 16 for the next caution. Sanders was unable to continue with left front damage, while Debem’s team made repairs and a right rear tire change to be able to rejoin the race.

Kaeding took a brief look at second place on Carrick before surrendering the position. Garcia darted to victory followed by Carrick, Kaeding, a resurgent Kurt Nelson, and Chris Nelson.

The Hobby Stocks stole the show in their 20-lap feature with Bakersfield’s Nicholas Johnson showing up just before feature time, starting at the back, and storming to victory. DJ Keldsen of Newman led the first six laps with fifth-starting Joe Gallaher closing in. The duo went side-by-side for the lead on lap nine. Trent Golden of Pittsburg spun into the infield of turn three and Elliot Heddensen of Hollister spun as well. Gallaher hit Heddensen head on, ending his bid for the win.

Under caution, Keldsen had to exit the race and head to the pit area as well. 2020 IMCA Sport Modified track champion Adriane Frost of Watsonville assumed the lead as a result. Johnson used the outside to charge past her on lap 14, however. Johnson led the final six laps for victory ahead of Frost, Rob Gallaher, Norm Ayers of Corralitos, and 2020 Antioch Speedway champion James Thomsen.

Brentwood’s Fred Ryland started on the outside pole of the 20-lap IMCA Sport Modified feature and led every circuit for the victory. Watsonville’s Jeff Mead finished a season-best second followed by Matt Hagio of Prunedale, Jason Ryan, Jr. of Oakley, and Emali VanHoff of Chowchilla on her 18th birthday.

Four Banger track champion Jason Lazzerini had a hard-earned win in the 15-lap feature on Friday night. Joshua Silva of Watsonville led the first four laps, then Peter Vannerus of Felton steered his No. 37 Truck to the lead.

Cautions on lap five and lap seven allowed the tenth starting Lazzerini to approach the top spot. The top-three battled closely. Lazzerini attempted a cross over on the backstretch to nab the lead. Vannerus swooped in for a slide job and they made door to door contact. Vannerus held the lead on lap 10 before Lazzerini finally completed the pass on lap 11.

The top-five finishers were Lazzerini, Vannerus, Amaya Flower of Watsonville, Shelbie Freeman of Prunedale, and Bill Beardsley of Felton.

Kevin Elliott won an intense opening race for the 2024 season of Police-in-Pursuit. The Scotts Valley Police Officer battled hard with Santa Cruz County Sherrif AJ Waltrip. The pair collided in turn four on lap five, sending Elliott spinning into a high center position on an infield tractor tire.

Elliott and Waltrip rejoined the race and muscled past Kimball Stanley of Los Gatos Police Department. Elliott scored the exciting victory. Santa Clara Police Officer Jerry Ogg returned from a pit stop to finish second with Waltrip finishing third.

Racing action continues at Ocean Speedway this Friday night May 10 with Ocean Sprints presented by Taco Bravo, IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Sport Mods, Hobby Stocks, and Four Bangers competing.

Ocean Speedway May 3, 2024 – Ocean Sprints presented by Taco Bravo
A Feature 1 (30 Laps): 1. 28-Gauge Garcia[1]; 2. 83T-Tanner Carrick[2]; 3. 29-Bud Kaeding[3]; 4. 72W-Kurt Nelson[8]; 5. 72JR-Chris Nelson[6]; 6. 3D-Caleb Debem[9]; 7. OB1-Orville Burke[5]; 8. 72S-Bradley Dillard[10]; 9. 9-Adrianna DeMartini[11]; 10. 17-Rickey Sanders[7]; 11. 7H-Jake Haulot[4]

 

 

Rains bring halt to Attica action; 305 sprints and late models will run make-up features

Friday, May 3, 2024

ATTICA, Ohio – A second batch of rain forced the cancellation of the feature events at Attica Raceway Park Friday, May 3 on Sean Moran financial advisor at Morgan Stanley/Impact Credit Union/7L Construction/Rath Builders Supply Night.

After a lengthy delay getting the night started because of rain, all the heats for the Whistle Stop Presents the Dirt Nerds Podcast Powered by Propane UMP Late Models, Fremont Fence 305 Sprints and the dirt trucks were run. Then another batch of rain fell.

The late models and 305 sprints will run make-up features at yet-to-be-determined dates. The total purse for the trucks was split evenly among the 16 competitors.

Attica Raceway Park will be back in action, Friday, May 10 for the Eric Phillips 36th Anniversary Classic featuring the All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads/Kistler Racing Products Attica Fremont Championship Series presented by the Baumann Auto Group for the 410 sprints, the Attica-Oakshade Raceway Late Model Series Challenge and the NAPA of Bryan AFCS presented by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales for the 305 sprints.

Coming Friday, May 17 the World of Outlaw NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series invades Attica Raceway Park. Reserve seats are available by going to www.atticaracewaypark.com and clicking on the Kistler Engines Classic banner.

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Morgan Stanley and Sean Moran financial advisor offers financial services corporation that advises, and originates trades, manages and distributes capital for governments, institutions and individuals. The company operates in three business segments: Institutional Securities, Wealth Management, and Investment Management. There are Morgan Stanley offices in Toledo, Canton, Columbus, Cleveland, Akron and Perrysburg.

About Impact Credit Union - https://www.impactcu.org

With low fees for our services, competitive loan rates and helpful advice, Impact Credit Union is committed to our mission of making dreams reality by helping you make the most of your money – every day in every way possible. As a not-for-profit financial cooperative, Impact is able to provide a complete line of financial products and services designed to help you and your family manage your financial activity. Your membership has value! The more you participate in your credit union, the more value you will get from your membership. The mission of Impact Credit Union is to provide quality financial services that will enhance the lives of our member owners, our employees, and our local communities. Impact has branches in Findlay, Clyde, Fremont and Tiffin.

About 7L Construction - https://7lconstruction.com

When residents, businesses, and municipalities throughout North-Central Ohio need quality, trustworthy asphalt paving, excavation work, stone hauling, site work, and much more, they can turn to 7L Construction in Bellevue, Ohio. The qualified team at 7L Construction is capable of serving the Ohio Department of Transportation or any city, municipal, residential, or commercial client on any project. No job is too big for 7L Construction, and we always give free estimates.

About Rath Builders Supply - https://www.rathbuilderssupply.com

Located in Defiance, Ohio, Rath Builders Supply is one of the leading suppliers of gas, wood, electric and multi-fuel stoves and fireplaces. Rath also specializes in landscaping materials including multi colored mulch and decorative ground cover stone.

Attica Raceway Park

Friday, May 3, 2024

305 Sprints - Fremont Fence Co.

Qualifying

1.5JR-Jimmy McGrath Jr., 14.372; 2.4X-Zach Kramer, 14.770; 3.36-Seth Schneider, 14.779; 4.29-Rich Farmer, 14.791; 5.12X-Dustin Stroup, 14.803; 6.5DD-Dustin Dinan, 14.891; 7.49i-John Ivy, 14.995; 8.34-Jud Dickerson, 15.013; 9.7M-Brandon Moore, 15.016; 10.19R-Steve Rando, 15.090; 11.X15-Kasey Ziebold, 15.166; 12.319-Steven Watts, 15.256; 13.51M-Haldon Miller, 15.348; 14.63-Randy Ruble, 15.402; 15.26S-Lee Sommers, 15.483; 16.5M-Mike Moore, 15.519; 17.2S-Jackson Sebetto, 15.792; 18.85-Dustin Feller, 15.963; 19.28S-Chris Smith, 16.275; 20.1S-James Saam, 16.723; 21.26-Jamie Miller, 19.737;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 63-Randy Ruble[1] ; 2. 12X-Dustin Stroup[4] ; 3. 19R-Steve Rando[3] ; 4. 51M-Haldon Miller[2] ; 5. 5M-Mike Moore[5] ; 6. 28S-Chris Smith[6] ; 7. 1S-James Saam[7]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 7M-Brandon Moore[2] ; 2. X15-Kasey Ziebold[1] ; 3. 4X-Zach Kramer[4] ; 4. 319-Steven Watts[5] ; 5. 29-Rich Farmer[3] ; 6. 2S-Jackson Sebetto[7] ; 7. 26S-Lee Sommers[6]

Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps)

1. 5DD-Dustin Dinan[2] ; 2. 49i-John Ivy[1] ; 3. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath Jr.[4] ; 4. 36-Seth Schneider[3] ; 5. 26-Jamie Miller[7] ; 6. 34-Jud Dickerson[5] ; 7. 85-Dustin Feller[6]

A-Main 1 - (25 Laps)

Late Models - Dirt Nerds Podcast

Qualifying

1.5M-Ryan Markham, 16.138; 2.1*-Kyle Moore, 16.169; 3.46-Colin Shipley, 17.010; 4.9P-Jeff Babcock, 17.017; 5.14JR-JR Gentry, 17.121; 6.91-Rusty Schlenk, 17.175; 7.RH03-Gregg Haskell, 17.394; 8.51-Devin Shiels, 17.500; 9.J28-Jason Henderson, 17.803; 10.16-Steve Sabo, 17.848; 11.69R-Doug Baird, 17.982; 12.11-Austin Gibson, 20.339; 13.92-Justin Chance, 20.791; 14.12-Doug Drown, 96.999; 15.2C-Clint Coffman, 97.999; 16.27S-Eric Spangler, 98.999; 17.74-Jeff Warnick, 99.997; 18.50-Ryan Missler, 99.998; 19.94-Mike Bores, 99.999;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 91-Rusty Schlenk[2] ; 2. 46-Colin Shipley[4] ; 3. RH03-Gregg Haskell[1] ; 4. 14JR-JR Gentry[3] ; 5. 50-Ryan Missler[7] ; 6. 11-Austin Gibson[5] ; 7. 92-Justin Chance[6]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 9P-Jeff Babcock[2] ; 2. 1*-Kyle Moore[3] ; 3. 51-Devin Shiels[1] ; 4. 5M-Ryan Markham[4] ; 5. J28-Jason Henderson[5] ; 6. 16-Steve Sabo[6] ; 7. 69R-Doug Baird[7]

A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)

Dirt Trucks -

Qualifying

1.8-Keith Sorg, 19.908; 2.7B-Shawn Valenti, 20.045; 3.5S-Brad Stuckey, 20.706; 4.4M-Jamie Miller, 20.855; 5.17X-Dustin Keegan, 21.192; 6.32H-Dan Hennig, 21.537; 7.20-Cody Truman, 21.647; 8.1M-Scott Milligan, 22.038; 9.34-Todd Warnick, 22.545; 10.00-Robbie Bohrer, 22.783; 11.56X-Cody Hicks, 23.045; 12.7XP-Cyle Poole, 23.317; 13.51-David Bankey, 24.708; 14.3B-Kaydin Bailey, 25.106; 15.57MS-Mason Stull, 99.999; 16.9S-Tony Parker, 99.999;

Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps)

1. 8-Keith Sorg[4] ; 2. 4M-Jamie Miller[3] ; 3. 32H-Dan Hennig[2] ; 4. 1M-Scott Milligan[1] ; 5. 7XP-Cyle Poole[6] ; 6. 51-David Bankey[7] ; 7. 56X-Cody Hicks[5] ; 8. 3B-Kaydin Bailey[8]

Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps)

1. 7B-Shawn Valenti[4] ; 2. 20-Cody Truman[1] ; 3. 17X-Dustin Keegan[2] ; 4. 00-Robbie Bohrer[6] ; 5. 5S-Brad Stuckey[3] ; 6. 57MS-Mason Stull[7] ; 7. 34-Todd Warnick[5] ; 8. 9S-Tony Parker[8]

A-Main 1 - (15 Laps)

 

 

Pirtek Renegades

New Richmond, WI, April 27, 2024

The Pirtek Renegades were back at their home track of Cedar Lake Speedway on Saturday, where the Traditional Sprints competed in the Dash #3 Race of the 2024 season. Twelve teams signed in to do battle, with the Kiki’s Salsa and James Ackerley Construction heat #1 going to Cam Schafer from last starting position. From the pole position, Bryan Roach claimed the Adams Estates/Rapid Press heat race #2, Schafer raced from sixth to first in heat one to top all drivers with 125 passing points.

After the redraw for the Pirtek Feature lineup it was Brad Peterson and Bryan Roach setting the pace for the 20-lap feature. It was a green, white, and checkered race, the 99 of Roach held the top spot for the first twelve laps, with Peterson second and Schafer working his way to third. Fifth-starting Schafer slid passed both Peterson and Roach to take the lead on lap twelve. Roach and Peterson fought for second the rest of the way. At the double checkers the winningest driver in UMSS history added to his tally as Cam Schafer parked in Pirtek Victory Lane. Chasing Schafer to the line were Roach, Peterson, Brad Cunningham, and Jake Kouba.

The Pirtek Renegades next event will be Saturday, May 4th at Cedar Lake, the Traditionals will join the Winged Sprints who get to start their 2024 season. 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.

By Sherri Murawski

RESULTS: A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 54-Cam Schafer[5]; 2. 99-Bryan Roach[2]; 3. 93-Brad Peterson[1]; 4. 2C-Brad Cunningham[4]; 5. 6-Jake Kouba[7]; 6. 7X-Dan Atchison[6]; 7. 20L-Lucas Logue[3]; 8. 955-Lucas Grosinger[9]; 9. 95-John Vaillancourt[12]; 10. 76-Edison Aldrich[10]; 11. THE1-Tony Gernert[11]; 12. (DNF) 6X-Mark Martin[8]

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 54-Cam Schafer[6]; 2. 6-Jake Kouba[4]; 3. 2C-Brad Cunningham[2]; 4. 93-Brad Peterson[5]; 5. 955-Lucas Grosinger[3]; 6. THE1-Tony Gernert[1]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 99-Bryan Roach[1]; 2. 6X-Mark Martin[2]; 3. 20L-Lucas Logue[6]; 4. 7X-Dan Atchison[3]; 5. 76-Edison Aldrich[4]; 6. 95-John Vaillancourt[5]

 

 

Autin Reed Wins Founders Cup at Clinton County Speedway

Mill Hall, PA - Autin Reed of New Cumberland won the Founders Cup race on Friday Night at the Clinton County Speedway. It was Reeds second career victory at the speedway, his previous win was the coveted Nittany 40 in 2022. Defending track champion, Cory Long of Selinsgrove won the Pro Stock feature. Tyler Clowes of Selinsgrove won the 270 Micro Feature event and Zac Kline of Jersey Shore won the 4-Cylinders.

Thirty-five RaceSaver Sprint cars were in competition for the Founders Cup, a race held in honor of the speedway’s founders, Del Shank of Mifflintown and Tedd Reitz of Middleburg who opened the speedway in 1989. Picture Rock’s Josh Beamer and Selinsgrove’s Ken Duke brought the field to the green flag for the start of the 25 lap feature event.

Duke led the first two circuits until Reed advanced from his fourth place starting spot to take command of the field on lap number three. By lap number five, Reed was leading Duke, Johnny Smith of Scranton, Beamer, and Dustin Prettyleaf of Williamsport. Smith passed Duke utilizing the high line around the speedway on lap number seven and one lap later worked his way around Reed. At the halfway mark, Smith continued to cruise around the top side of the speedway, leading Reed, Duke, Prettyleaf and Mikey Smith.

Smith seemed unstoppable using the upper grove as he paced his way through lapped traffic. Misfortune struck on lap number 16, as Smith’s engine blew in turns three and four. Reed inherited t