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  1. Richardson Reels in Lubbock Wrecker DCRP 305 Sprint Car Nationals Prelim Win as Burkhart Takes IMCA Stock Car Honors by Lonnie Wheatley DODGE CITY, Kan. (June 15, 2018) – Liberal’s Steven Richardson reeled in his first career feature win atop the 3/8-mile Dodge City Raceway Park clay oval by wiring the field in Friday night’s Second Annual Lubbock Wrecker Service DCRP vs. URSS 305 Sprint Car Nationals 20-lap preliminary feature. It wasn’t without a threat for the point though, as Luke Cranston closed in past the halfway point and was challenging before getting into the turn two wall. Richardson led the rest of the way to best the 36-car field that will vie for a $3,000 winner’s share on Saturday night. “We’ve been running here a few years now, it feel great to finally get the dub,” Richardson said in victory lane. “I can’t wait for tomorrow night.” While Richardson enjoyed victory lane, Troy Burkhart bagged his second DCRP win of the season by topping the 15-lap IMCA Stock Car main event. Fairview, Oklahoma’s Jake Martens led the Precise Racing Products DCRP Sprint Cars vs. United Rebel Sprint Series (URSS) feature field to the green flag from the pole position but it was outside starter Richardson gunning into the lead at the outset. Richardson slipped away early on, leaving Martens and Ray Seemann to dice for second until Cranston battled past for second on the seventh round. With Richardson reaching the tail of the field at the midway point, Cranston began to close the gap. By the 12th round, Cranston was pressuring the leader and looked to the outside of turns one and two on the 14th lap only to jump Richardson’s right rear tire and get into the wall. The incident brought Cranston’s night to an early end. When action resumed, Richardson was able to distance himself from the field aboard the Myers-powered Poor Boy Kustomz/Richardson Trucking No. 0 J&J as Martens and Seemann traded sliders for second, ultimately taking the checkered flag comfortably ahead of the pack dicing for position in his wake. “The track was great tonight,” Richardson said. “With this heat and wind, Tommie (Estes) did a great job. It was fast right around the top and it looked like some guys were working the bottom pretty well too.” Behind him, Seeman finally prevailed with the runner-up position while Colorado’s Jake Bubak rallied from the 12th starting position to crack the podium on the final lap. Liberal native turned Lincoln, NE, resident Jason Martin raced from 13th into fourth as Martens fell to fifth on the final round. Liberal’s Koby Walters was sixth with two-time and defending track champion Taylor Velasquez of Turpin, OK, in seventh. Colorado’s Nick Haygood was eighth with Liberal native Tony Bruce, Jr., and Zach Blurton completing the top ten. Seemann, Walters, Todd Plemons, Bruce, Jr., and Richardson topped heat race action with Wichita Falls’ Chad Koch and Blurton winning the “B” Mains. Colorado’s Dave Wechsler went for a wild ride in turn three on the opening circuit of the night’s first heat race. Wechsler escaped injury but was done for the night. In the 15-lap IMCA Stock Car feature, Hays’ Troy Burkhart raced from the ninth starting position to capture his second DCRP score of the year. Burkhart needed just a half dozen laps to take command on the high side after Larry Baird paced the opening handful of rounds. It wasn’t over though, as Will Bauer moved in to the pressure for the lead. And, after sitting 11th following a second lap caution, Angel Munoz worked his way up to third by the 12th circuit and found new life when a caution flew with just two laps remaining. Munoz quickly disposed of Bauer for second on the restart and pressured Burkhart but to no avail. Munoz settled for runner-up honors with Michael Pepper, Chris Oliver and Shannon Maughlin rounding out the top five. The Second Annual Lubbock Wrecker Service DCRP 305 Sprint Car Nationals concludes with Saturday night’s $3,000-to-win championship finale. IMCA Sport Modifieds and IMCA Stock Cars will be in action as well with the green flag flying at 7:30 p.m. Dodge City Raceway Park – Second Annual Lubbock Wrecker Service DCRP 305 Sprint Car Nationals June 15, 2018, Results Precise Racing Products DCRP Sprint Cars vs. United Rebel Sprint Series (URSS): Heat One (8 Laps): 1. 72-Ray Seemann, 2. 49x-Luke Cranston, 3. 35k-Chad Koch, 4. 11x-Jason Martin, 5. 97-Brian Herbert, 6. 2b-Brett Becker, 7. 18-Brandon Sprott, 8. 45x-Dave Wechsler. Heat Two (8 Laps): 1. 33-Koby Walters, 2. 21x-Taylor Velasquez, 3. 2J-Zach Blurton, 4. 50-Jed Werner, 5. 49-Kris Moore, 6. 7-Shane Sundquist, 7. 17x-Kade Hagans. Heat Three (8 Laps): 1. 4-Todd Plemons, 2. 95-Buddy Tubbs, 3. 48-Jake Martens, 4. 911-Ty Williams, 5. 31m-Eric Mathews, 6. 17s-Chad Salem, 7. 45k-Kolt Washburn. Heat Four (8 Laps): 1. 224-Tony Bruce, Jr., 2. 98-J.D. Johnson, 3. 8J-Brandy Jones, 4. 74b-Jake Bubak, 5. 10-Jordan Knight, 6. 45-Lonnie Cox, 7. 9d-Lance Davis. Heat Five (8 Laps): 1. 0-Steven Richardson, 2. 83-Austin McLean, 3. 1-Nick Haygood, 4. 11k-Tyler Knight, 5. 33k-Aaron Ploussard, 6. 42-Chris Crowder, 7. 51r-Ross Essenburg. First “B” Main (10 Laps – 3 Transfer): 1. 35k-Chad Koch, 2. 8J-Brandy Jones, 3. 49-Kris Moore, 4. 45-Lonnie Cox, 5. 31m-Eric Mathews, 6. 9d-Lance Davis. 51r-Ross Essenburg (DNS). Second “B” Main (10 Laps – 3 Transfer): 1. 2J-Zach Blurton, 2. 10-Jordan Knight, 3. 2b-Brett Becker, 4. 33k-Aaron Ploussard, 5. 7-Shane Sundquist, 6. 42-Chris Crowder, 7. 17x-Kade Hagans (DNS), 8. 45k-Kolt Washburn (DNS), 9. 45x-Dave Wechsler (DNS). “A” Main (20 Laps): 1. 0-Steven Richardson (2), 2. 72-Ray Seemann (4), 3. 74b-Jake Bubak (12), 4. 11x-Jason Martin (17), 5. 48-Jake Martens (1), 6. 33-Koby Walters (6), 7. 21x-Taylor Velasquez (14), 8. 1-Nick Haygood (8), 9. 224-Tony Bruce, Jr. (7), 10. 2J-Zach Blurton (20), 11. 98-J.D. Johnson (16), 12. 83-Austin McLean (9), 13. 35k-Chad Koch (19), 14. 4-Todd Plemons (3), 15. 11k-Tyler Knight (17), 16. 97-Brian Herbert (18), 17. 2b-Brett Becker (19), 18. 95-Buddy Tubbs (15), 19. 49-Kris Moore (23), 20. 50-Jed Werner (10), 21. 911-Ty Williams (11), 22. 49x-Luke Cranston (5), 23. 10-Jordan Knight (22), 24. 8J-Brandy Jones (22-DNS). IMCA Stock Cars: Heat One (8 Laps): 1. 20-Tyler Walker, 2. 52-Larry Baird, 3. 17m-Shannon Maughlin, 4. 57-Will Bauer, 5. 25x-Troy Burkhart, 6. 17-Ryan Keller, 7. 52T-Travis Baird. Heat Two (8 Laps): 1. 2m-Angel Munoz, 2. 33-Marlin Hogie, 3. 10-Dusty Withuhn, 4. 3-Chris Oliver, 5. 2z-Cody Zimmerman, 6. 22p-Michael Pepper, 7. 97x-Ondre Rexford, 8. 771-Steve Blunk. “A” Main (15 Laps): 1. 25x-Troy Burkhart, 2. 2m-Angel Munoz, 3. 22p-Michael Pepper, 4. 3-Chris Oliver, 5. 17m-Shannon Maughlin, 6. 52-Larry Baird, 7. 52T-Travis Baird, 8. 33-Marlin Hogie, 9. 10-Dusty Witthuhn, 10. 771-Steve Blunk, 11. 17-Ryan Keller, 12. 97x-Ondre Rexford, 13. 57-Will Bauer. DNS: 20-Tyler Walker, 2z-Cody Zimmerman.
  2. Marlar Rocks Ransomville Speedway Return RANSOMVILLE, NY – June 15, 2018 – The World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series returned to Ransomville Speedway for the first time in 13 years on Friday evening and the Sears Craftsman Feature proved to be worth the wait. The 50-lap event saw three different race leaders but it was Mike Marlar who claimed the victory and the $10,000 payday. The driver out of Winfield, TN commandeered the lead of the feature with only 10 laps remaining in the event bypassing Brandon Sheppard, Chase Junghans, Chris Madden and Chub Frank for the top spot. “Honestly, it took me a while to figure out the race track,” said Marlar. “It kind of had some dirty spots and took me about 15-20 laps to figure out what I was doing wrong. Once I got that cleared up this thing came to life. Fun race and I’m glad I got by those guys.” Wheelman of the Rocket1 Racing machine, Sheppard claimed the lead from pole sitter Tyler Erb on lap 11 and began to set a torrid pace ahead of the field. Unfortunately for Erb, who was having one of his best runs of his 2018 season, on lap 23 he suffered a flat right front putting him into the wall in turn one. Erb returned to the track only to retire from the race on lap 30. Sheppard held more than a two second lead over several ongoing battles for second and third involving Madden, Marlar, Chub, and Junghans. In only two laps time, Marlar sliced Sheppard’s lead by more than half. Marlar made the move on the outside and passed Sheppard at the line on lap 40. By the time the checkers fell, Marlar had created a 2.115 second lead. “I’ve got to say thanks to my crew Jerry [Sprouse] and Josh [Davis] and my wife [Stacey] as well as Brian Daugherty and Erik from Integra who are here this week helping us and everyone from Rocket,” said Marlar. “We had an up and down night. I had the radiator knocked out after the heat and this and that. I’d like to thank them guys. I get to stand up here and be the hero but those boys are always pulling it off.” Before continuing his celebration in Victory Lane, Marlar took a moment to share a heartfelt condolence on behalf of the recent passing of long-time World of Outlaws scorer and girlfriend of Series’ Announcer Rick Eshelman, Sandy Holt. “I’d like to give my check to Rick Eshelman tonight. I don’t know if anyone has ever done that but he just lost his long-time girlfriend and he has been a special guy in racing,” added Marlar. “When I heard the news [about Sandy] I wanted to do something nice for Rick, so here’s my chance. I appreciate you supporting us and doing everything you do. You’re a really awesome guy. He’s taking it pretty good for as tough of a hit it was. We are really lucky to have him and wouldn’t want to do it without him.” Sheppard finished second in the World of Outlaws shootout at Ransomville Speedway. “It was a pretty crazy race out there,” said Sheppard. “It got really dusty and if I got off the bottom I couldn’t really see where I was going...I think Mikey had a little better tires on than I did so hats off to him. He caught me sleeping down here on this end on the top. We had a really good piece and a really good weekend so far. We’ll take a second place… We have a pretty good run going here so hopefully, we can keep it going the rest of the year. Junghans rounded out the podium by tying his best World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series finish of the season with a third place run. “Hopefully we get [a win] pretty soon but I’ll take it after last night,” said Junghans on his 13th place finish at Stateline Speedway one night prior. “Hopefully we’re going in the right direction.” The World of Outlaws will race Wayne County Speedway in Orrville, OH on Saturday, June 16 for the final night of its triple-header weekend. Abbreviated results from Ransomville Speedway: Sears Craftsman Feature (50 Laps): 1. 1-Brandon Sheppard [5][$10,000]; 2. 22B-Darrell Bossard [4][$5,000]; 3. 157-Mike Marlar [7][$3,000]; 4. 7-Rick Eckert [1][$2,500]; 5. 9-Devin Moran [11][$2,000]; 6. 111-Max Blair [16][$1,700]; 7. 44h-Dave Hess [12][$1,400]; 8. O-Ryan Scott [13][$1,300]; 9. 12B-Andy Boozel [10][$1,200]; 10. 25-Shane Clanton [3][$1,100]; 11. 2-Dan Stone [14][$1,050]; 12. 44-Chris Madden [2][$1,000]; 13. 18c-Chase Junghans [6][$950]; 14. X3-Wyatt Scott [9][$900]; 15. 91-Tyler Erb [19][$850]; 16. B1-Brent Larson [23][$800]; 17. 54-David Breazeale [21][$770]; 18. 14m-Morgan Bagley [24][$750]; 19. 22-Chris Ferguson [8][$730]; 20. 9s-Breyton Santee [18][$700]; 21. 1x-Chub Frank [17][$700]; 22. 28L-John Lobb [15][$700]; 23. 76-Steve Kania [20][$700]; 24. 111m-Matt Lux [22][$700] Hard Charger Award: 111-Max Blair[+10] Qualifying Flight-A: 1. 44-Chris Madden, 17.517; 2. 25-Shane Clanton, 17.626; 3. 1-Brandon Sheppard, 17.754; 4. 9-Devin Moran, 17.981; 5. X3-Wyatt Scott, 18.028; 6. 28L-John Lobb, 18.057; 7. O-Ryan Scott, 18.101; 8. 22-Chris Ferguson, 18.123; 9. 22g-Greg Oakes, 18.127; 10. 54-David Breazeale, 18.146; 11. 1x-Chub Frank, 18.155; 12. 91-Tyler Erb, 18.202; 13. B22-Bump Hedman, 18.203; 14. 2v-Chad Valone, 18.248; 15. 99B-Boom Briggs, 18.408; 16. 33-Chris Hackett, 18.41; 17. 19-Bob Dorman, 18.429; 18. 73-Devin Lewis, 18.865; 19. 1J-Jake Finnerty, 18.908; DNS. 44p-Joe Petyak, NT Full results from Ransomville Speedway
  3. Wesley Smith Sweeps POWRi West Midgets Sooner Midget Nationals at Red Dirt Raceway by Lonnie Wheatley MEEKER, Okla. (June 15, 2018) – Nixa, Missouri’s Wesley Smith put the wraps on a perfect night in Lucas Oil POWRi West Midget League presented by Executive Concrete NWA competition by winningFriday’s 25-lap “Third Annual Sooner Midget Nationals” feature event atop the ¼-mile Red Dirt Raceway clay oval. After winning his heat race earlier in the evening from fourth aboard the All Metal Recycling/Midwest Sheet Metal No. 44 entry to earn BOSS Performance High Point driver of the night honors, Smith capitalized on Jonathan Beason’s late-race misfortune to capture his second series win of the year. Smith’s triumph snapped a streak of eight different winners in the last eight POWRi West Midget events. Smith was also victorious on the opening night of Airport Raceway’s “Midget Roundup” on May 26. After the initial start was waved off for a two-car tangle on the backstretch and then another when Cannon McIntosh got upside down, Beason took command in the Hard Eight entry and led the way until a caution flew after 16 laps when Brendon Wiseley encountered brake rotor issues. Back under way, Beason held the point ahead of Smith and series points leader Kory Schudy until a shredded left tire on the 22nd lap denied the Broken Arrow, OK, racer his second series sore of the year. Smith assumed command and beat Schudy to the stripe with Andrew Deal rounding out the podium in third. Trey Marcham was fourth with Blake Edwards rounding out the top five. Kade Taylor was sixth with the balance of the top ten including Payton Pierce, Hannah Adair, Zac Moody and Doug McCune. Smith, McIntosh and Marcham topped heat race action for the 22-car field. In addition to Lucas Oil and Executive Concrete NWA, additional POWRi West Midget League supporting sponsors include Two-Eight Drilling, American Discount Auto Care, R&M Race Trailer, A1 Machine, Rod End Supply, Pyrotech, Esslinger Engineering and MyChron Tom/AIM. The POWRi West Midget League finishes out the weekend with a Saturday night stop at Oklahoma City’s I-44 Riverside Speedway. The green flag is set to fly at 7:00 p.m. Lucas Oil POWRi West Midget League presented by Executive Concrete NWA Results Red Dirt Raceway (Meeker, OK) – June 15, 2018 Smith Ti Heat One (8 Laps): 1. 44-Wesley Smith, [4]; 2. 77-Payton Pierce, [6]; 3. 28-Kory Schudy, [7]; 4. 17Z-Zac Moody, [3]; 5. 19-Pierce Urbanosky, [5]; 6. 52-Craig Oakes, [8]; 7. 27B-A.J. Burns, [1]; 8. 59-Austin Shores, [2] Keizer Wheels Heat Two (8 Laps): 1. 08-Cannon McIntosh, [3]; 2. 8K-Jonathan Beason, [4]; 3. 71WG-Weston Gorham, [2]; 4. 51-Kade Taylor, [7]; 5. 23-Hannah Adair, [6]; 6. 721-Brendon Wiseley, [5]; 7. 24-Hunter Fischer, [1] Saldana Products Heat Three (8 Laps): 1. 32-Trey Marcham, [1]; 2. 17E-Blake Edwards, [3]; 3. 15D-Andrew Deal, [6]; 4. 9U-Doug McCune, [2]; 5. 85-Matt Johnson, [4]; 6. 10-Jay Mounce, [7]; 7. 42-Hank Davis, [5] “A” Main (25 Laps): 1. 44-Wesley Smith, [1]; 2. 28-Kory Schudy, [4]; 3. 15D-Andrew Deal, [6]; 4. 32-Trey Marcham, [7]; 5. 17E-Blake Edwards, [8]; 6. 51-Kade Taylor, [9]; 7. 77-Payton Pierce, [2]; 8. 23-Hannah Adair, [12]; 9. 17Z-Zac Moody, [11]; 10. 9U-Doug McCune, [13]; 11. 24-Hunter Fischer, [21]; 12. 52-Craig Oakes, [17]; 13. 27B-A.J. Burns, [20]; 14. 10-Jay Mounce, [16]; 15. 19-Pierce Urbanosky, [14]; 16. 8K-Jonathan Beason, [5]; 17. 71WG-Weston Gorham, [10]; 18. 85-Matt Johnson, [15]; 19. 721-Brendon Wiseley, [18]; 20. 08-Cannon McIntosh, [3]; 21. 42-Hank Davis, [19]; 22. 59-Austin Shores, [22] BOSS Performance High Point Driver: Wesley Smith.
  4. Ramirez rolls to Masters pole NEW RICHMOND, Wis. (June 15)--After 172 laps of qualifying laps in ten heat races and a pole dash on Friday, Dereck Ramirez set the bar high and claimed the pole position for Saturday's $40,000-to-win Masters main event at the Cedar Lake Speedway. Powering from eighth on the grid to win his first-round qualifier, the Woodward, Okla., racer moved forward in his second effort and finished fourth. He started on the pole of the pole dash and won handily to earn the right to set the pace for the start of tomorrow's 70-lap championship race that will start three-wide. B-Mod standout Jason Vandekamp of Scandia, Minn., was impressive in his USMTS debut and finished second in the pole dash to earn the middle of the front row Saturday, while two-time USMTS national champion will start on the outside of the front row after finishing third in Friday's pole dash. Row two of Saturday's main event will be filled by Zack VanderBeek, Johnny Scott and Jake O'Neil while the third row has Joey Jensen on the inside, Cade Dillard in the middle and A.J. Diemel on the outside. Ricky Thornton Jr., Dustin Sorensen and Adam Hensel make up the third row, and the final drivers locked into Saturday's finale. Stormy Scott, who won Thursday's USMTS Hunt for the Casey's Cup feature to kick off Masters weekend, wound up tied with Sorensen and Hensel in heat race passing points, but the tire-breaker of fastest lap time of the night left him 13th in points so he will set the pace for the start of Saturday's "B" Main. The undisputed best of the best go at it one more time with last chance qualifiers and main events on Saturday, culminating with the $40,000-to-win, $2,000-to-start, 70-lap championship finale. USRA Late Models will also run a complete show of heat races and a main event. Breakfast will be served in the track's west restaurant beginning at 8:30 a.m., followed by Apple River tubing at noon. The pit gate opens at 2 p.m., spectator gates open at 4 p.m., hot laps begin at 6:30 and racing gets underway at 7 p.m. Adult grandstand tickets are $35, students ages 6-16 are $17 and kids ages 5 and under get in for free. Pit passes are $45. If you are unable to attend, RacinDirt will have the entire production live online. Visit www.racindirt.com to order your pay-per-view package today. The Cedar Lake Speedway is a high-banked 3/8-mile clay oval located 1.0 mile east of SR 35 on SR 64, then 4.2 miles north on CR C to CR CC, then left 1.8 miles. For more information, call (612) 363-0479 or (715) 248-7119 or check out www.cedarlakespeedway.com online. To learn more about the United States Modified Touring Series, visit www.usmts.com online or call 515-832-7944. You can also like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/usmts, follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/usmts and Instagram at www.instagram.com/usmts or subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/usmtstv. Keep up to speed with everything USMTS by joining our email list at www.usmts.com/subscribe. = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = OFFICIAL RESULTS United States Modified Touring Series 2nd Annual Modified Masters - Night 1 of 2 Cedar Lake Speedway, New Richmond, Wis. Friday, June 15, 2018 Showing finishing position, starting position in parentheses, car number, driver and hometown. The top 12 in overall heat race passing points advance to Saturday's "A" Main, the next 12 to Saturday's "B" Main, and so forth. ROUND #1, SIMPSON PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS HEAT RACE #1 (12 laps): 1. (2) 20rt Ricky Thornton Jr., Chandler, Ariz. 2. (1) 16 Austin Siebert, Grandview, Mo. 3. (4) 07 Cory Crapser, Chippewa Falls, Wis. 4. (3) 27L Trevor Latham, Rogers, Ark. 5. (6) 8s Tony Schill, Lake Elmo, Minn. 6. (5) 51 Chris Oertel, Marshfield, Wis. 7. (10) 4w Tyler Wolff, Fayetteville, Ark. 8. (9) 12 Jason Hughes, Watts, Okla. 9. (7) 30 Matt Leer, Bruce, Wis. 10. (13) 8 Kyle Strickler, Mooresville, N.C. 11. (11) 71 R.C. Whitwell, Tucson, Ariz. 12. (8) 91 Andy Davey, Hibbing, Minn. 13. (12) 11x Rich Lofthus, Bloomer, Wis. ROUND #1, FAST SHAFTS HEAT RACE #2 (12 laps): 1. (3) V2 Joey Jensen, Harris, Minn. 2. (2) 4m Bobby Malchus, Red Oak, Texas. 3. (8) 97 Cade Dillard, Robeline, La. 4. (9) 20 Rodney Sanders, Worthington, Minn. 5. (1) 8 Skip O'Neal, Midlothian, Texas. 6. (10) 0 Jake O'Neil, Tucson, Ariz. 7. (4) 7a Shane Sabraski, Rice, Minn. 8. (6) 49 Bob Timm, Winona, Minn. 9. (7) 14w Clayton Wagamon, Ramsey, Minn. 10. (12) 4b Cory Bruggeman, Stillwater, Minn. 11. (5) 19sb Lance Mari, Imperial, Calif. 12. (11) 23 Adam Kates, Tonganoxie, Kan. 13. (13) 35 Grant Southworth, Bloomer, Wis. ROUND #1, EDELBROCK HEAT RACE #3 (12 laps): 1. (1) 19 Dustin Sorensen, Rochester, Minn. 2. (5) 7k Jason Krohn, Slayton, Minn. 3. (8) 49jr Jake Timm, Minnesota City, Minn. 4. (3) 55 Chad Mahder, Eau Claire, Wis. 5. (10) 75 Terry Phillips, Springfield, Mo. 6. (7) 1st Johnny Scott, Cameron, Mo. 7. (9) 04jr Adam Ayotte, Wyoming, Minn. 8. (4) 2g Troy Girolamo, Williston, N.D. 9. (12) 88 Randy Klein, Lisbon, N.D. 10. (11) 99 Josh Angst, Winona, Minn. 11. (2) 111jr Keith Tourville, Janesville, Minn. 12. (6) 19r Ryan Gustin, Marshalltown, Iowa. ROUND #1, MSD PERFORMANCE HEAT RACE #4 (12 laps): 1. (8) 4r Dereck Ramirez, Woodward, Okla. 2. (5) 44 Adam Hensel, Baldwin, Wis. 3. (9) 2g Kenny Gaddis, Diana, Texas. 4. (7) 16 Jason Vandekamp, Scandia, Minn. 5. (1) 48 Brent Dutenhoffer, Watertown, S.D. 6. (12) 33z Zack VanderBeek, New Sharon, Iowa. 7. (10) 91 Joe Duvall, Claremore, Okla. 8. (11) 7 A.J. Raschen, Somerset, Wis. 9. (6) 69 Lucas Schott, Chatfield, Minn. 10. (3) 2a Casey Arneson, Fargo, N.D. 11. (4) 33f Jardin Fuller, Memphis, Mo. 12. (2) 5k Tyler Kaeter, St Cloud, Minn. ROUND #1, VP RACING FUELS HEAT RACE #5 (12 laps): 1. (2) 89 A.J. Diemel, Elk Mound, Wis. 2. (1) 1m Curt Myers, Cameron, Wis. 3. (4) 2s Stormy Scott, Las Cruces, N.M. 4. (3) 44 Darrell Nelson, Hermantown, Minn. 5. (5) 24 Brad Waits, Rochester, Minn. 6. (7) 10 Austin Arneson, Fargo, N.D. 7. (8) 45j Johnny Broking, Grand Rapids, Minn. 8. (11) 28 Jimmy Mars, Menomonie, Wis. 9. (12) 21x Travis Saurer, Elizabeth, Minn. 10. (9) 3c Chet Atkinson, North Hugo, Minn. 11. (10) 22t Michael Truscott, Chippewa Falls, Wis. 12. (6) 42 Paul Niznik, Medford, Wis. ROUND #2, SIMPSON PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS HEAT RACE #1 (12 laps): 1. (6) 1st Johnny Scott, Cameron, Mo. 2. (1) 8 Kyle Strickler, Mooresville, N.C. 3. (4) 4w Tyler Wolff, Fayetteville, Ark. 4. (2) 4b Cory Bruggeman, Stillwater, Minn. 5. (3) 75 Terry Phillips, Springfield, Mo. 6. (11) V2 Joey Jensen, Harris, Minn. 7. (12) 19 Dustin Sorensen, Rochester, Minn. 8. (10) 55 Chad Mahder, Eau Claire, Wis. 9. (13) 8 Skip O'Neal, Midlothian, Texas. 10. (7) 42 Paul Niznik, Medford, Wis. 11. (8) 8s Tony Schill, Lake Elmo, Minn. 12. (5) 49jr Jake Timm, Minnesota City, Minn. 13. (9) 33f Jardin Fuller, Memphis, Mo. ROUND #2, FAST SHAFTS HEAT RACE #2 (12 laps): 1. (1) 33z Zack VanderBeek, New Sharon, Iowa. 2. (2) 28 Jimmy Mars, Menomonie, Wis. 3. (3) 71 R.C. Whitwell, Tucson, Ariz. 4. (5) 4r Dereck Ramirez, Woodward, Okla. 5. (6) 97 Cade Dillard, Robeline, La. 6. (8) 44 Adam Hensel, Baldwin, Wis. 7. (10) 2a Casey Arneson, Fargo, N.D. 8. (4) 3c Chet Atkinson, North Hugo, Minn. 9. (13) 1m Curt Myers, Cameron, Wis. 10. (12) 16 Austin Siebert, Grandview, Mo. 11. (9) 51 Chris Oertel, Marshfield, Wis. 12. (7) 14w Clayton Wagamon, Ramsey, Minn. 13. (11) 111jr Keith Tourville, Janesville, Minn. ROUND #2, EDELBROCK HEAT RACE #3 (12 laps): 1. (1) 88 Randy Klein, Lisbon, N.D. 2. (7) 69 Lucas Schott, Chatfield, Minn. 3. (3) 91 Joe Duvall, Claremore, Okla. 4. (6) 10 Austin Arneson, Fargo, N.D. 5. (2) 11x Rich Lofthus, Bloomer, Wis. 6. (10) 44 Darrell Nelson, Hermantown, Minn. 7. (12) 20rt Ricky Thornton Jr., Chandler, Ariz. 8. (5) 45j Johnny Broking, Grand Rapids, Minn. 9. (8) 49 Bob Timm, Winona, Minn. 10. (11) 27L Trevor Latham, Rogers, Ark. 11. (9) 2g Troy Girolamo, Williston, N.D. 12. (4) 2g Kenny Gaddis, Diana, Texas. ROUND #2, MSD PERFORMANCE HEAT RACE #4 (12 laps): 1. (2) 99 Josh Angst, Winona, Minn. 2. (6) 16 Jason Vandekamp, Scandia, Minn. 3. (1) 21x Travis Saurer, Elizabeth, Minn. 4. (3) 23 Adam Kates, Tonganoxie, Kan. 5. (5) 12 Jason Hughes, Watts, Okla. 6. (11) 89 A.J. Diemel, Elk Mound, Wis. 7. (8) 7k Jason Krohn, Slayton, Minn. 8. (7) 30 Matt Leer, Bruce, Wis. 9. (12) 48 Brent Dutenhoffer, Watertown, S.D. 10. (4) 04jr Adam Ayotte, Wyoming, Minn. 11. (10) 07 Cory Crapser, Chippewa Falls, Wis. 12. (9) 19sb Lance Mari, Imperial, Calif. ROUND #2, VP RACING FUELS HEAT RACE #5 (12 laps): 1. (1) 35 Grant Southworth, Bloomer, Wis. 2. (4) 0 Jake O'Neil, Tucson, Ariz. 3. (5) 20 Rodney Sanders, Worthington, Minn. 4. (2) 7 A.J. Raschen, Somerset, Wis. 5. (9) 2s Stormy Scott, Las Cruces, N.M. 6. (8) 24 Brad Waits, Rochester, Minn. 7. (7) 19r Ryan Gustin, Marshalltown, Iowa. 8. (3) 22t Michael Truscott, Chippewa Falls, Wis. 9. (10) 7a Shane Sabraski, Rice, Minn. 10. (12) 4m Bobby Malchus, Red Oak, Texas. 11. (6) 91 Andy Davey, Hibbing, Minn. DNS - 5k Tyler Kaeter, St. Cloud, Minn. POLE DASH (12 laps): 1. (1) 4r Dereck Ramirez, Woodward, Okla. 2. (2) 16 Jason Vandekamp, Scandia, Minn. 3. (4) 20 Rodney Sanders, Worthington, Minn. 4. (6) 33z Zack VanderBeek, New Sharon, Iowa. 5. (5) 1st Johnny Scott, Cameron, Mo. 6. (10) 0 Jake O'Neil, Tucson, Ariz. 7. (3) V2 Joey Jensen, Harris, Minn. 8. (8) 97 Cade Dillard, Robeline, La. 9. (7) 89 A.J. Diemel, Elk Mound, Wis. 10. (9) 20rt Ricky Thornton Jr., Chandler, Ariz. 11. (11) 19 Dustin Sorensen, Rochester, Minn. 12. (12) 44 Adam Hensel, Baldwin, Wis. Entries: 62. Next Race: Saturday, June 16, Cedar Lake Speedway, New Richmond, Wis. Masters Points Standings: 1. 4r Dereck Ramirez ... 118 2. 16 Jason Vandekamp ... 112.5 3. V2 Joey Jensen ... 108.5 4. 20 Rodney Sanders ... 108.5 5. 1st Johnny Scott ... 107 6. 33z Zack VanderBeek ... 107 7. 89 A.J. Diemel ... 107 8. 97 Cade Dillard ... 103 9. 20rt Ricky Thornton Jr. ... 103 10. 0 Jake O'Neil ... 103 11. 19 Dustin Sorensen ... 101.5 12. 44 Adam Hensel ... 101.5 13. 2s Stormy Scott ... 101.5 14. 7k Jason Krohn ... 96 15. 75 Terry Phillips ... 93.5 16. 4w Tyler Wolff ... 92 17. 44 Darrell Nelson ... 92 18. 28 Jimmy Mars ... 90.5 19. 88 Randy Klein ... 90.5 20. 91 Joe Duvall ... 90.5 21. 10 Austin Arneson ... 90.5 22. 69 Lucas Schott ... 89.5 23. 1m Curt Myers ... 88 24. 99 Josh Angst ... 85 25. 24 Brad Waits ... 85 26. 8 Kyle Strickler ... 82.5 27. 21x Travis Saurer ... 82.5 28. 7 A.J. Raschen ... 82.5 29. 55 Chad Mahder ... 81 30. 16 Austin Siebert ... 81 31. 4m Bobby Malchus ... 81 32. 8 Monte O'Neal ... 76 33. 12 Jason Hughes ... 75.5 34. 2g Kenny Gaddis ... 75 35. 48 Brent Dutenhoffer ... 74.5 36. 49jr Jake Timm ... 73.5 37. 4b Cory Bruggeman ... 73 38. 27L Trevor Latham ... 71.5 39. 07 Cory Crapser ... 71.5 40. 71 R.C. Whitwell ... 70 41. 35 Grant Southworth ... 70 42. 45j Johnny Broking ... 67.5 43. 8s Tony Schill ... 63.5 44. 7a Shane Sabraski ... 63.5 45. 2 Casey Arneson ... 62.5 46. 23 Adam Kates ... 62 47. 04jr Adam Ayotte ... 61 48. 51 Chris Oertel ... 58 49. 49 Bob Timm ... 58 50. 30 Matt Leer ... 58 51. 3c Chet Atkinson ... 54 52. 11x Rich Loftus ... 54 53. 2g Troy Girolamo ... 50 54. 22t Michael Truscott ... 50 55. 19r Ryan Gustin ... 50 56. 14w Clayton Wagamon ... 42 57. 42 Paul Niznik ... 38 58. 19sb Lance Mari ... 34 59. 91 Andy Davey ... 34 60. 33f Jardin Fuller ... 30 61. 111jr Keith Tourville ... 30 62. 5k Tyler Kaeter ... 30 Contingency Awards: American Racer - Krohn. Casey's General Stores - O'Neil. Edelbrock - Sorensen, Klein. Fast Shafts - Jensen, VanderBeek. Mesilla Valley Transportation - Malchus. QA1 - Latham. RacerWebsite.com - Southworth, Myers. Simpson Performance Products - Siebert, J. Scott.
  5. IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National Point Standings Through June 14 IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Cars – 1. Tyler Drueke, Eagle, Neb., 545; 2. Kevin Ramey, Fort Worth, Texas, 505; 3. Matt Richards, Lincoln, Neb., 495; 4. Austin Mundie, Carrollton, Texas, 444; 5. Mike Houseman, Des Moines, Iowa, 429; 6. Andy Shouse, Oklahoma City, Okla., 419; 7. Robert Vetter, Wolfe City, Texas, 407; 8. Casey Burkham, Combine, Texas, 368; 9. Jason Martin, Lin­coln, Neb., and Kyle A. Ganoe, Thompsontown, Pa., both 351; 11. C.J. Houseman, Des Moines, Iowa, 347; 12. Grant Duinkerken, Riverdale, Calif., 342; 13. Zach Blurton, Quinter, Kan., 335; 14. Colin Smith, Sheldon, Iowa, 331; 15. Chip Graham, Lewisville, Texas, and Kenneth Duke, Selins­grove, Pa., both 329; 17. Elliot Amdahl, Flandreau, S.D., 317; 18. Albert Pombo, Fresno, Calif., 313; 19. Monty Ferriera, Fresno, Calif., 311; 20. Tucker Doughty, Sunnyvale, Texas, 307. State Point Standings California – 1. Grant Duinkerken, Riverdale, Calif., 342; 2. Albert Pombo, Fresno, Calif., 313; 3. Monty Ferriera, Fresno, Calif., 311; 4. Vaughn Schott, Tipton, Calif., 267; 5. Michael Pombo, Fresno, Calif., 263; 6. Brooklyn Holland, Fresno, Calif., 260; 7. Brendan Warmerdam, Lemoore, Calif., 254; 8. Kyle Rasmussen, Clovis, Calif., 249; 9. George Tristao Jr., Tulare, Calif., 242; 10. Mauro F. Simone, Fresno, Calif., 212. Colorado – 1. Brian Hardman, Golden, Colo., and Coby Pearce, Golden, Colo., both 66; 3. Dave Wechsler, Lyons, Colo., 62; 4. Zach Blurton, Quinter, Kan., 36; 5. Todd Plemons, Arvada, Colo., 35; 6. Brad Wasson, Fort Morgan, Colo., 34; 7. John Webster, North Platte, Neb., 33; 8. Ryan Ellinger, Thornton, Colo., 32; 9. Austin McLean, Loveland, Colo., 31. Iowa – 1. Mike Moore, Des Moines, Iowa, 291; 2. Mike Houseman, Des Moines, Iowa, 285; 3. Tyler Thompson, Des Moines, Iowa, 258; 4. C.J. Houseman, Des Moines, Iowa, 254; 5. Mike John­ston, Des Moines, Iowa, 243; 6. Bob Hildreth, Iowa Falls, Iowa, 235; 7. Joel Thorpe, Urban­dale, Iowa, 231; 8. Devin Wignall, Altoona, Iowa, 210; 9. Val Urman, Hugo, Minn., 200; 10. D.J. Palmer, Des Moines, Iowa, 195. Indiana – 1. Ethan Barrow, Bloomington, Ind., 283; 2. John Paynter Jr., Bloomington, Ind., 272; 3. Andrew Bradley, Bloomington, Ind., 268; 4. Jeff Wimmenauer, Greenwood, Ind., 265; 5. Ryan Tusing, Santa Claus, Ind., 249; 6. Roderick Henning, Middletown, Ohio, 222; 7. Luke Bland, Blooming­ton, Ind., and A.J. Carlson, Linden, Ind., both 220; 9. Alex Nalon, Pittsboro, Ind., 209; 10. Patrick Kren, Indianapolis, Ind., 188. Kansas – 1. Jake Martens, Fairview, Okla., 77; 2. Taylor Velasquez, Turpin, Okla., and Tyler Knight, Spearville, Kan., both 71; 4. Zach Blurton, Quinter, Kan., Steven Richardson, Liberal, Kan., and Koby Walters, Liberal, Kan., each 69; 7. Jordan Knight, Wright, Kan., 62; 8. Brian Her­bert, Kinsley, Kan., and Ty Williams, Arcadia, Okla., both 61; 10. John Webster, North Platte, Neb., 57. Minnesota – 1. Trevor Serbus, Olivia, Minn., 225; 2. Billy Johnson, St. Peter, Minn., 198; 3. Bran­don Allen, St. Peter, Minn., 192; 4. Jeremy Schultz, Stewart, Minn., 189; 5. Michael Stien, Ceylon, Minn., 132; 6. Colin Smith, Sheldon, Iowa, 124; 7. Kaleb Johnson, Sioux Falls, S.D., 111; 8. Neil Stevens, Bingham Lake, Minn., 107; 9. Jacob Hughes, Hartford, S.D., 106; 10. Brandon Bosma, Round Lake, Minn., 97. Missouri – 1. Tyler Drueke, Eagle, Neb., 262; 2. Matt Richards, Lincoln, Neb., 259; 3. Chad Jar­rett, Savannah, Mo., 217; 4. Frank Rodgers, Lucas, Iowa, 155; 5. Mike Houseman, Des Moines, Iowa, 144; 6. C.J. Houseman, Des Moines, Iowa, 93; 7. Stuart Snyder, Lincoln, Neb., and Toby Chapman, Panama, Neb., both 73; 9. Zach Blurton, Quinter, Kan., 69; 10. Dustin Reeh, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 64. North Carolina – 1. Jacob McLain, Indian Trail, N.C., 74; 2. Jeff Taylor, Cherry Hill, N.J., 72; 3. Tom Humphries, Waynesboro, Va., 71; 4. Craig Pellegrini Jr., Buena, N.J., 65; 5. Benjamin McCall, Fayetteville, N.C., and Neil Sandridge, Waynesboro, Va., both 57; 7. Daren Bolac, Moyock, N.C., 40; 8. C.J. Faison, Felton, Del., and Stephen Surniak, Mooresville, N.C., both 38; 10. Chris Ware, Williamsburg, Va., 37. Nebraska – 1. Shon Pointer, Grand Island, Neb., 251; 2. Tyler Drueke, Eagle, Neb., 248; 3. Adam Gullion, Lincoln, Neb., 220; 4. Toby Chapman, Panama, Neb., 219; 5. Trevor Grossen­bacher, Bennet, Neb., 209; 6. Daniel Nekolite, Oneill, Neb., 204; 7. Clint Benson, Papillion, Neb., 203; 8. Joey Danley, Lincoln, Neb., 196; 9. Mike Boston, Lincoln, Neb., 195; 10. Stuart Snyder, Lincoln, Neb., 191. Oklahoma – 1. Andy Shouse, Oklahoma City, Okla., 301; 2. Brandon Jennings, Moore, Okla., 290; 3. Gary Owens, Pauls Valley, Okla., 283; 4. Shane Sellers, Tuttle, Okla., 254; 5. Travis Scott, Washington, Okla., 243; 6. Tanner Conn, Oklahoma City, Okla., 221; 7. Chris Kelly, Okla­homa City, Okla., 220; 8. Ty Williams, Arcadia, Okla., and Blake Scott, Pauls Valley, Okla., both 209; 10. Cody Whitworth, Oklahoma City, Okla., 202. Pennsylvania – 1. Kyle A. Ganoe, Thompsontown, Pa., 351; 2. Kenneth Duke, Selinsgrove, Pa., 329; 3. Drew Ritchey, Everett, Pa., 280; 4. Zach Newlin, Millerstown, Pa., 259; 5. Kyle Smith, South Egremont, Mass., 243; 6. John Walp, Wapwallopen, Pa., 228; 7. Jonathon Jones, Irvona, Pa., 219; 8. Johnny Scarborough, Bomoseen, Vt., 207; 9. Austin Bishop, Elverson, Pa., 206; 10. Ryan Lynn, Hollidaysburg, Pa., 200. South Dakota – 1. Dusty Ballenger, Harrisburg, S.D., and Elliot Amdahl, Flandreau, S.D., both 181; 3. Colin Smith, Sheldon, Iowa, 174; 4. Michael Stegenga, Sioux Falls, S.D., 153; 5. J.D. Hommes, Rock Rapids, Iowa, 149; 6. Jesse Lindberg, Sioux Falls, S.D., 133; 7. Jason Martin, Lincoln, Neb., 120; 8. Nate Eakin, Spirit Lake, Iowa, 109; 9. Blain Petersen, Essex, Iowa, 94; 10. Clayton Christensen, Spencer, Iowa, 90. Texas – 1. Kevin Ramey, Fort Worth, Texas, 429; 2. Robert Vetter, Wolfe City, Texas, 407; 3. Austin Mundie, Carrollton, Texas, 377; 4. Casey Burkham, Combine, Texas, 368; 5. Tucker Doughty, Sunnyvale, Texas, 307; 6. Steve McMackin, Greenville, Texas, 292; 7. Chip Graham, Lewisville, Texas, 274; 8. Mark Klis, Waxahachie, Texas, 271; 9. Shane Thompson, Garland, Texas, 270; 10. Rod Craddock, Alvin, Texas, 265. Virginia – 1. Anthony Harris, Harrisonburg, Va., 111; 2. Jerald Harris, Rockingham, Va., 109; 3. Bill Rice, Schuyler, Va., 102; 4. Chris Ware, Williamsburg, Va., 101; 5. Michael Keeton, Doswell, Va., and Mike Leraas, Kernersville, N.C., both 76; 7. Daren Bolac, Moyock, N.C., 74; 8. Tom Hum­phries, Waynesboro, Va., 68; 9. Neil Sandridge, Waynesboro, Va., 62; 10. Anthony Linkenhoker, Louisa, Va., 40.
  6. Contact at Stateline Speedway Causes Controversy Between Sheppard and Madden BUSTI, NY – June 14, 2018 – Brandon Sheppard collected his fourth World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series win of the 2018 season at Stateline Speedway on Thursday evening. The New Berlin, IL driver hijacked the lead from Chris Madden on lap 35 after a restart. As the drivers headed into turn two, contact was made ultimately sending Madden in a 180-degree spin and to a complete stop. Madden, who had led every lap up until that point, was then sent to the tail of the field. "I mean, I obviously didn’t mean to do that to Chris,” explained Sheppard in Victory Lane. “He had a pretty good car there and we were racing pretty hard and he went to the middle there where he had been running before that restart and I really didn’t expect him to turn down that hard. I was carving around the bottom there and we just, I don’t know, we just can watch the video but I didn’t mean to do that. If he’s listening back there [in the pits] I just apologize for that.” The New Berlin, IL driver started fifth in the 50-lap event and used the top side of the track to his advantage in gaining early momentum. “I was trying to get as many cars as I could as early as I could because I knew that top [side of the track] was going to go away at some point,” said Sheppard. “I was probably going to run second there and me and Chris just got together there. I hate it for him. I definitely didn’t want to win it that way... [but] we’ll take the win. It’s definitely been a long time coming (May 3 at Lavonia Speedway). We’ve had a rough streak here and it’s nice to be back on the podium.” Current Series Points leader, Madden finished 12th in the event. When asked to comment on what happened on the track he quietly smiled and shook his head. He had nothing more to say about the incident. Sheppard’s victory and Madden’s misfortune has once again tightened the points race. Madden now sits just 16 points ahead of Mike Marlar, 46 points ahead of Sheppard and 76 points ahead of Shane Clanton. The Rocket 1 Racing machine was trailing by 70 points prior to the shootout at Stateline Speedway. Finishing second in the feature was a local standout, Darrell Bossard of Titusville, PA. “We’ve had some bad luck with this car this year but it’s been really fast,” said Bossard. “Racing with these guys is really a dream. You grow up and you dream of racing with Mike [Marlar], and Brandon [Sheppard], and Shane [Clanton] and all of those guys. I remember watching Rick [Eckert] as a kid and driving by Rick Eckert tonight is something I thought I’d never do.” Mike Marlar rounded out the podium at Stateline Speedway. Marlar charged to a third place finish after starting seventh. “I was trying to stay out of trouble and do the best we can do here,” said Marlar. “There will be nights we’ll have some but luckily we’ve dodged it so far. It helped a little on the points lead but I hate to see them guys get together like that. It’s slick, it’s slow and everybody is fighting for their own little lane on that bottom. I think Chris maybe arched out but I don’t know. I couldn’t really tell what was going on.” The World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series heads to Ransomville Speedway on Friday, June 16 for its last stop in the state of New York in 2018. Abbreviated results from Stateline Speedway Sears Craftsman Feature (50 Laps): 1. 1-Brandon Sheppard [5][$10,000]; 2. 22B-Darrell Bossard [4][$5,000]; 3. 157-Mike Marlar [7][$3,000]; 4. 7-Rick Eckert [1][$2,500]; 5. 9-Devin Moran [11][$2,000]; 6. 111-Max Blair [16][$1,700]; 7. 44h-Dave Hess [12][$1,400]; 8. O-Ryan Scott [13][$1,300]; 9. 12B-Andy Boozel [10][$1,200]; 10. 25-Shane Clanton [3][$1,100]; 11. 2-Dan Stone [14][$1,050]; 12. 44-Chris Madden [2][$1,000]; 13. 18c-Chase Junghans [6][$950]; 14. X3-Wyatt Scott [9][$900]; 15. 91-Tyler Erb [19][$850]; 16. B1-Brent Larson [23][$800]; 17. 54-David Breazeale [21][$770]; 18. 14m-Morgan Bagley [24][$750]; 19. 22-Chris Ferguson [8][$730]; 20. 9s-Breyton Santee [18][$700]; 21. 1x-Chub Frank [17][$700]; 22. 28L-John Lobb [15][$700]; 23. 76-Steve Kania [20][$700]; 24. 111m-Matt Lux [22][$700] Hard Charger Award: 111-Max Blair[+10] Qualifying Flight-A: 1. 44-Chris Madden, 17.517; 2. 25-Shane Clanton, 17.626; 3. 1-Brandon Sheppard, 17.754; 4. 9-Devin Moran, 17.981; 5. X3-Wyatt Scott, 18.028; 6. 28L-John Lobb, 18.057; 7. O-Ryan Scott, 18.101; 8. 22-Chris Ferguson, 18.123; 9. 22g-Greg Oakes, 18.127; 10. 54-David Breazeale, 18.146; 11. 1x-Chub Frank, 18.155; 12. 91-Tyler Erb, 18.202; 13. B22-Bump Hedman, 18.203; 14. 2v-Chad Valone, 18.248; 15. 99B-Boom Briggs, 18.408; 16. 33-Chris Hackett, 18.41; 17. 19-Bob Dorman, 18.429; 18. 73-Devin Lewis, 18.865; 19. 1J-Jake Finnerty, 18.908; DNS. 44p-Joe Petyak, NT Qualifying Flight-B: 1. 7-Rick Eckert, 17.689; 2. 22B-Darrell Bossard, 17.791; 3. 157-Mike Marlar, 17.826; 4. B1-Brent Larson, 17.883; 5. 2-Dan Stone, 17.916; 6. 44h-Dave Hess, 17.934; 7. 12B-Andy Boozel, 17.996; 8. 18c-Chase Junghans, 18.062; 9. 9s-Breyton Santee, 18.119; 10. 111-Max Blair, 18.123; 11. 76-Steve Kania, 18.141; 12. 38-Nathan Hill, 18.145; 13. 111m-Matt Lux, 18.17; 14. 10-Jared Miley, 18.228; 15. B1D-Brandon Groters, 18.271; 16. 30-Rick Tripodi, 18.348; 17. 14m-Morgan Bagley, 18.426; 18. 4s-Doug Eck, 18.56; 19. 28-Zack Carley, 18.826 For full results from Volunteer Speedway, visit woolms.com or click here.
  7. Patient Scott prevails in USMTS opener at Cedar Lake NEW RICHMOND, Wis. (June 14)--While everybody around him was flying around the high side of the Cedar Lake Speedway Thursday night, Stormy Scott was content to take the road less traveled and it paid off with a late-race pass for the lead and his 48th career USMTS victory on opening night of the 2nd Annual Modified Masters. Hugging the shortest route around the track, Scott bided his time while several competitors pulled away, including early leader Jake Timm and A.J. Diemel, who led 24 of the first 27 laps before a broken axle sidelined the 20-year veteran late model pilot. After pacing the first three laps, Timm resumed his spot at the front when Diemel dropped out. Meanwhile, a trio of high-side haulers-Jake O'Neil, Casey Arneson and Terry Phillips-were hot on his tail while Scott continued to show his presence at the bottom of the high-banked corners. Slowly but surely, the high line inched closer to the wall while Scott started to close the gap from below. "I seen the top getting faster and I knew I had to do something so I went down there even lower and all of a sudden it's like it hit another gear, Scott said. "I just knew if I could be patient and just keep hitting my marks that I would probably get better as the race went on." O'Neil, who charged from the 13th starting spot, banged the right rear of his mount and produced a shower of sparks on several occasions as he searched for a way around Timm. Arneson split between O'Neil and Scott down the back-stretch late in the race to move into third as Scott inched closer to the front. With two laps to go in the 40-lapper, Scott was the first to reach the flagstand on lap 38 and he got there first the next two laps too, denying Timm his second career USMTS triumph and collecting a $2,500 paycheck. "They were abusing their stuff hard up there," Scott added. "But I destroyed my nose in the process-these things aren't easy to put on-but it makes it well worth it to get the victory." Timm held on for a solid second-place finish with Arneson, O'Neil and Phillips finning out the rest of the top five. USMTS Hunt for the Casey's Cup points leader Johnny Scott claimed the sixth spot, Josh Angst finished seventh, Shane Sabraski gave the eighth-best effort, R.C. Whitwell nabbed ninth and Jason Gross rounded out the top ten. Rodney Sanders, who won two of three USMTS features last week, started 24th on the 26-car grid and worked his way to an 11th-place finish in earning both the Eibach Spring Forward Award and FK Rod Ends Hard Charger Award. The undisputed best of the best in the world of dirt modified racing will be back in action for qualifying on Fridayas they battle for a $40,00 top prize for the the driver who reaches the checkered flag first in Saturday's main event. Similar to last year's rain-hampered event, the Masters is the largest event purse on the United States Modified Touring Series schedule. While the 2017 edition carried a $50,00 top prize, this year's overall purse for the crown jewel event is fatter from top to bottom. Friday will see each driver compete in two 12-lap heat races with starting positions and drivers mixed. Last Chance Qualifiers and main events take place Saturday, culminating with the $40,000-to-win, $2,000-to-start, 70-lap championship finale. Points will be combined for the two heat races on Friday with the top 12 locked into Saturday's "A" Main. The next 12 in points (13th-24th) will be locked into Saturday's "B" Main, the next 12 into the "C" Main and the remainder will run in Last Chance Qualifiers on Saturday. USRA Late Models will also run a complete show of heat races and main events on Friday and Saturday. WEEKEND SCHEDULE Friday: 8:30-11:00 a.m. Breakfast served. 2:00 p.m. Pit gate opens. 5:00 p.m. Spectator gates open. 6:30 p.m. Hot laps. 7:00 p.m. Dual qualifying heat races and Pole Dash for USMTS Modifieds plus complete program for USRA Late Models. Party in the arena with a live band following the races. Saturday: 8:30 a.m. Breakfast served in west restaurant. 12:00 p.m. Apple River tubing. 2:00 p.m. Pit gate opens. 4:00 p.m. Spectator gates open. 6:30 p.m. Hot laps. 7:00 p.m. Last-Chance Qualifiers, "C" Main, "B" Main and 70-lap, $40,000-to-win "A" Main for USMTS Modifieds plus complete program for USRA Late Models. TICKET INFORMATION Friday: Adults $30, Students (6-16) $15, Kids (5 & Under) FREE, Pits $35. Saturday: Adults $35, Students (6-16) $17, Kids (5 & Under) FREE, Pits $45. If you are unable to attend, RacinDirt will have the entire production live on www.racindirt.com. This will be an explosive broadcast with a multi-camera production, a dedicated host, pre- and post-race interviews, FK Rod Ends Instant Replay, in-car audio and other video elements mixed in as time allows. Visit www.racindirt.com to order your pay-per-view package today. To learn more about the United States Modified Touring Series, visit www.usmts.com online or call 515-832-7944. You can also like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/usmts, follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/usmts and Instagram at www.instagram.com/usmts or subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/usmtstv. Keep up to speed with everything USMTS by joining our email list at www.usmts.com/subscribe. = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = OFFICIAL RESULTS United States Modified Touring Series USMTS Hunt for the Casey's Cup powered by Summit Prelude to the Modified Masters Cedar Lake Speedway, New Richmond, Wis. Thursday, June 14, 2018 Showing finishing position, starting position in parentheses, car number, driver, hometown, chassis/engine builder, laps completed and money won. The top 12 in heat race passing points advance to the Casey's General Stores "A" Main with the top 8 redrawing for the first 8 starting spots. SIMPSON PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS HEAT RACE #1 (8 laps): 1. (2) 10 Austin Arneson, Fargo, N.D. 2. (4) 2s Stormy Scott, Las Cruces, N.M. 3. (1) 19sb Lance Mari (R), Imperial, Calif. 4. (7) 0 Jake O'Neil (R), Tucson, Ariz. 5. (3) 30 Matt Leer (R), Bruce, Wis. 6. (6) 48 Brent Dutenhoffer (R), Watertown, S.D. 7. (9) 04jr Adam Ayotte, Wyoming, Minn. 8. (8) 2g Kenny Gaddis, Diana, Texas. 9. (5) 8c Chris Clark, Jackson, Wyo. 10. (10) 36 Danny Bayer, Elrosa, Minn. FAST SHAFTS HEAT RACE #2 (8 laps): 1. (1) 2a Casey Arneson, Fargo, N.D. 2. (4) 49jr Jake Timm, Minnesota City, Minn. 3. (2) 4b Cory Bruggeman (R), Stillwater, Minn. 4. (3) 49 Bob Timm, Winona, Minn. 5. (6) 69 Lucas Schott, Chatfield, Minn. 6. (7) 4r Dereck Ramirez, Woodward, Okla. 7. (9) 20 Rodney Sanders, Worthington, Minn. 8. (5) 111jr Keith Tourville (R), Janesville, Minn. 9. (10) 91 Joe Duvall, Claremore, Okla. 10. (8) 11x Rich Lofthus, Bloomer, Wis. EDELBROCK HEAT RACE #3 (8 laps): 1. (2) 7a Shane Sabraski, Rice, Minn. 2. (4) 12 Jason Gross, Osceola, Wis. 3. (1) 8s Tony Schill, Lake Elmo, Minn. 4. (3) 19 Dustin Sorensen (R), Rochester, Minn. 5. (9) 28 Jimmy Mars, Menomonie, Wis. 6. (5) 16 Austin Siebert, Grandview, Mo. 7. (7) 7k Jason Krohn, Slayton, Minn. 8. (10) 94jr John Doelle, Arcadia, Wis. 9. (8) 65 Jake Miller, Somerset, Wis. 10. (6) 07 Cory Crapser, Chippewa Falls, Wis. MSD PERFORMANCE HEAT RACE #4 (8 laps): 1. (1) 75 Terry Phillips, Springfield, Mo. 2. (4) 71 R.C. Whitwell, Tucson, Ariz. 3. (6) 1st Johnny Scott, Cameron, Mo. 4. (7) 51 Chris Oertel, Marshfield, Wis. 5. (3) 91 Andy Davey, Hibbing, Minn. 6. (9) 55 Cory Mahder (R), Eau Claire, Wis. 7. (10) 05 Jake Hartung, Elmwood, Wis. 8. (5) 14w Clayton Wagamon, Ramsey, Minn. 9. (8) 1m Curt Myers, Cameron, Wis. 10. (2) 20rt Ricky Thornton Jr., Chandler, Ariz. VP RACING FUELS HEAT RACE #5 (8 laps): 1. (2) 89 A.J. Diemel, Elk Mound, Wis. 2. (3) 12 Jason Hughes, Watts, Okla. 3. (6) 33z Zack VanderBeek, New Sharon, Iowa. 4. (1) 27L Trevor Latham (R), Rogers, Ark. 5. (8) 4m Bobby Malchus, Red Oak, Texas. 6. (7) V2 Joey Jensen, Harris, Minn. 7. (5) 5k Tyler Kaeter, St Cloud, Minn. 8. (4) 8 Skip O'Neal, Midlothian, Texas. 9. (9) 19r Ryan Gustin, Marshalltown, Iowa. PRODUCTION JARS HEAT RACE #6 (8 laps): 1. (2) 99 Josh Angst, Winona, Minn. 2. (1) 44 Darrell Nelson, Hermantown, Minn. 3. (5) 4w Tyler Wolff, Fayetteville, Ark. 4. (7) 33f Jardin Fuller (R), Memphis, Mo. 5. (4) 35 Grant Southworth (R), Bloomer, Wis. 6. (6) 97 Cade Dillard, Robeline, La. 7. (3) 23 Adam Kates, Tonganoxie, Kan. 8. (8) 2g Troy Girolamo, Williston, N.D. 9. (9) 16 Jason Vandekamp, Scandia, Minn. REAL RACING WHEELS "B" MAIN #1 (15 laps, top 4 advance): 1. (2) 0 Jake O'Neil (R), Tucson, Ariz. 2. (4) 28 Jimmy Mars, Menomonie, Wis. 3. (1) 33z Zack VanderBeek, New Sharon, Iowa. 4. (5) 19 Dustin Sorensen (R), Rochester, Minn. 5. (10) 7k Jason Krohn, Slayton, Minn., MBCustoms/Sput's, $90. 6. (3) 19sb Lance Mari (R), Imperial, Calif., MRT/Yeoman, $90. 7. (13) 91 Joe Duvall, Claremore, Okla. 8. (8) 05 Jake Hartung, Elmwood, Wis., SSR/Scott's, $75. 9. (6) 55 Cory Mahder (R), Eau Claire, Wis., MBCustoms/Powerline, $90. 10. (12) 14w Clayton Wagamon, Ramsey, Minn., MasterSbilt/Wagamon, $90. 11. (11) 94jr John Doelle, Arcadia, Wis., Rocket/Sput's, $75. 12. (7) 35 Grant Southworth (R), Bloomer, Wis., MBCustoms/Tim's, $90. 13. (9) 97 Cade Dillard, Robeline, La., MBCustoms/Knowles, $90. 14. (16) 20rt Ricky Thornton Jr., Chandler, Ariz., Jet/Mullins, $90. 15. (14) 1m Curt Myers, Cameron, Wis., Hughes/Sput's, $90. 16. (15) 36 Danny Bayer, Elrosa, Minn., SSR/Scott's, $75. REAL RACING WHEELS "B" MAIN #2 (15 laps, top 4 advance): 1. (3) 4b Cory Bruggeman (R), Stillwater, Minn. 2. (1) 44 Darrell Nelson, Hermantown, Minn. 3. (7) 4r Dereck Ramirez, Woodward, Okla. 4. (2) 51 Chris Oertel, Marshfield, Wis. 5. (5) 27L Trevor Latham (R), Rogers, Ark., Hughes/BCD, $90. 6. (4) 4m Bobby Malchus, Red Oak, Texas., Rocket/Wells, $90. 7. (6) 30 Matt Leer (R), Bruce, Wis., MBCustoms/Sput's, $90. 8. (9) 04jr Adam Ayotte, Wyoming, Minn., Shaw/Mullins, $75. 9. (11) 2g Kenny Gaddis, Diana, Texas., MBCustoms/PTS, $90. 10. (14) 11x Rich Lofthus, Bloomer, Wis., Hughes/Tim's, $90. 11. (8) 48 Brent Dutenhoffer (R), Watertown, S.D., Hughes/Sput's, $90. 12. (12) 8 Skip O'Neal, Midlothian, Texas., Rocket/Wells, $75. 13. (10) 5k Tyler Kaeter, St Cloud, Minn., $75. 14. (13) 8c Chris Clark, Jackson, Wyo., GRT/Cornett, $90. DNS - 19r Ryan Gustin, Marshalltown, Iowa., Hughes/TriStar, $90. REAL RACING WHEELS "B" MAIN #3 (15 laps, top 4 advance): 1. (1) 4w Tyler Wolff, Fayetteville, Ark. 2. (7) V2 Joey Jensen, Harris, Minn. 3. (5) 69 Lucas Schott, Chatfield, Minn. 4. (9) 20 Rodney Sanders, Worthington, Minn. 5. (8) 16 Austin Siebert, Grandview, Mo., MBCustoms/Durham, $90. 6. (15) 07 Cory Crapser, Chippewa Falls, Wis., MBCustoms/Troy's, $90. 7. (3) 8s Tony Schill, Lake Elmo, Minn., $75. 8. (13) 65 Jake Miller, Somerset, Wis., SSR/Millar, $75. 9. (6) 91 Andy Davey, Hibbing, Minn., SSR/Chubbs, $75. 10. (11) 111jr Keith Tourville (R), Janesville, Minn., Player/MAS, $90. 11. (4) 49 Bob Timm, Winona, Minn., LG2/BuckBuilt, $75. 12. (2) 33f Jardin Fuller (R), Memphis, Mo., Hughes/Mullins, $90. 13. (12) 2g Troy Girolamo, Williston, N.D., Rocket/Baxter, $90. 14. (10) 23 Adam Kates, Tonganoxie, Kan. 15. (14) 16 Jason Vandekamp, Scandia, Minn., Dominator/Hansen, $75. CASEY'S GENERAL STORES "A" MAIN (40 laps): 1. (7) 2s Stormy Scott, Las Cruces, N.M., VanderBuilt/Mullins, 40, $2500. 2. (1) 49jr Jake Timm, Minnesota City, Minn., MBCustoms/Sput's, 40, $1500. 3. (5) 2a Casey Arneson, Fargo, N.D., VanderBuilt/ChevPerf, 40, $1000. 4. (13) 0 Jake O'Neil (R), Tucson, Ariz., LG2/Cornett, 40, $1025. 5. (3) 75 Terry Phillips, Springfield, Mo., GRT/Durham, 40, $900. 6. (12) 1st Johnny Scott, Cameron, Mo., VanderBuilt/Durham, 40, $795. 7. (6) 99 Josh Angst, Winona, Minn., MBCustoms/Sput's, 40, $450. 8. (4) 7a Shane Sabraski, Rice, Minn., Lethal/Scott's, 40, $400. 9. (10) 71 R.C. Whitwell, Tucson, Ariz., Victory/Mullins, 40, $375. 10. (9) 12 Jason Gross, Osceola, Wis., BeakBuilt/Adams, 40, $250. 11. (24) 20 Rodney Sanders, Worthington, Minn., MBCustoms/Hatfield, 40, $615. 12. (15) 4w Tyler Wolff, Fayetteville, Ark., MBCustoms/Hatfield, 40, $300. 13. (19) 33z Zack VanderBeek, New Sharon, Iowa, VanderBuilt/Sput's, 40, $560. 14. (21) 69 Lucas Schott, Chatfield, Minn., MBCustoms/Hill, 40, $530. 15. (11) 12 Jason Hughes, Watts, Okla., Hughes/Mullins, 40, $250. 16. (20) 4r Dereck Ramirez, Woodward, Okla., Hughes/Cornett, 40, $525. 17. (8) 10 Austin Arneson, Fargo, N.D., VanderBuilt/ChevPerf, 40, $250. 18. (14) 4b Cory Bruggeman (R), Stillwater, Minn., MBCustoms/Tim's, 39, $250. 19. (23) 51 Chris Oertel, Marshfield, Wis., MBCustoms/Butch's, 39, $200. 20. (25) 91 Joe Duvall, Claremore, Okla., MBCustoms/ChevPerf, 39, $525. 21. (26) 23 Adam Kates, Tonganoxie, Kan., LG2/Speedway, 39, $325. 22. (22) 19 Dustin Sorensen (R), Rochester, Minn., MBCustoms/Action, 31, $250. 23. (2) 89 A.J. Diemel, Elk Mound, Wis., MBCustoms/KSE, 28, $250. 24. (17) 44 Darrell Nelson, Hermantown, Minn., MBCustoms/Tim's, 27, $200. 25. (18) V2 Joey Jensen, Harris, Minn., MBCustoms/Tim's, 17, $200. 26. (16) 28 Jimmy Mars, Menomonie, Wis., MBCustoms/Tim's, 15, $250. (R) = Grant Junghans USMTS Rookie of the Year contender Lap Leaders: J. Timm 1-3, Diemel 4-27, J. Timm 28-37, S. Scott 38-40. Total Laps Led: Diemel 24, J. Timm 13, S. Scott 3. Margin of Victory: 0.417 second. Time of Race: 11 minutes, 9.880 seconds (no cautions). Provisional Starters: Duvall, Kates. Eibach Spring Forward Award: Sanders (advanced 20 positions). FK Rod Ends Hard Charger: Sanders (started 24th, finished 11th). Entries: 58. Next Race: Friday-Saturday, Cedar Lake Speedway, New Richmond, Wis. USMTS Hunt for the Casey's Cup Points: J. Scott 1643, O'Neil 1612, Sanders 1554, S. Scott 1518, VanderBeek 1515, Schott 1485, Ramirez 1485, Phillips 1445, Duvall 1158, J. Timm 1048. Grant Junghans USMTS Rookie of the Year Points: O'Neil 1612, Carlos Ahumada Jr. 760, Zane Ferrell 692, Billy Vogel 610, Lance Mari 529. USMTS Engine Builder of the Year Points: Durham 174, Sput's 150, Cornett 143, Mullins 133, Hatfield 129. USMTS Manufacturers Championship Points: VanderBuilt 198, MBCustoms 193, Hughes 141, GRT 141, LG2 140. Contingency Awards: American Racer - C. Arneson. Beyea Custom Headers - A. Arneson. BSB Manufacturing - Sorensen. Casey's General Stores - S. Scott. Champ Pans - Phillips. Deatherage Opticians - Wolff. E3 Spark Plugs - C. Arneson. Edelbrock - Sabraski. Eibach - Sanders. Fast Shafts - C. Arneson. FK Rod Ends - Sanders. Forty9 Designs - Schott, Duvall. GRT Race Cars - Clark. Hooker Harness - VanderBeek. Integra Shocks & Springs - Bruggeman. Jerovetz Motorsports Racing Parts - Hughes. Keyser Manufacturing - Gross. KSE Racing Products - Whitwell. Maxima Racing Oils - S. Scott. Mesilla Valley Transportation - Mari. Out-Pace Racing Products - Ramirez. QA1 - Diemel. RacerWebsite.com - Hartung. Real Racing Wheels - all non-qualifiers. RHRSwag.com - A. Arneson. Simpson Performance Products - A. Arneson. Swift Springs - S. Scott, Gross. Sybesma Graphics - J. Timm. Tire Demon - Sanders. VP Racing Fuels - S. Scott. Wehrs Machine & Racing Products - S. Scott. Wilwood Disc Brakes - Angst.
  8. Swindell Triumphs With Lucas Oil ASCS In First Creek County Speedway Visit by Bryan Hulbert SAPULPA, Okla. (June 14, 2018) It's not often that a there is a track that Sammy Swindell has not raced at, but Thursday night was indeed the case at Creek County Speedway. That, of course, didn't slow the wily veteran down as Sammy picked up his second victory of the season with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by Sawblade.com. (Image Credit: Brad Harris) "You had to get on the wheel to race this place. We were lucky enough we had a good car that we could run a bunch of different lines, but I was worried there at the end getting on those lapped cars. They were all running together, and it seems like this week I've been on the wrong end, but tonight, I was on the right end. Caution on Lap 1, the red followed on the restart as Alex Hill went flipping wildly down the front straightaway after contact with Sam Hafertepe, Jr. who had a run on the No. 77x exiting the fourth turn. Alex was unharmed, and the race resumed with Swindell in the runner-up spot to Scott Bogucki. Bounding to the lead on Lap 2 with a high line pass on the Sawblade.com No. 28 off the fourth turn, Sammy shut down any move on the bottom through turns one and two to begin pulling away down the back straightaway. Able to continue after the earlier contact from Alex Hill, the No. 15h of Sam Hafertepe, Jr. worked to second following a Lap 4 restart to begin hunting Sammy Swindell. Taking the high line to build momentum, Hafertepe and Swindell began trading slide jobs at both ends of the quarter-mile oval. Across and under through several laps, Swindell was able to edge Hafertepe for the lead. Finally getting the advantage on Lap 11, Hafertepe's lead was short-lived. Swapping lines, Sammy was able the force Hafertepe on the brakes as the pair worked to the half-way point. "I knew I was getting too slow off the bottom when he slid me, so I just had to go to the top and hustle the car," commented Swindell of the race with Hafertepe. "I'm just grateful for all the fans out here and truly blessed to be here. Another new track and I'm undefeated." Into traffic shortly after, Sammy steadily pulled away. Bottled up by slower traffic in the final five laps, it was not enough to allow Hafertepe a chance at the lead. Crossing 2.244 seconds to the good, Sammy Swindell was chased to the line by Sam Hafertepe, Jr. Entering the night 15 points ahead of Seth Bergman in the championship chase, Hafertepe left Creek County Speedway with a 35-point advantage over Blake Hahn, who claimed the show positions on the final lap over Scott Bogucki. Crossing in fifth was Roger Crockett. Oklahoma's Alex Sewell moved from 12th to sixth with Chris Martin posting another strong finish in seventh. Dropping to third in tour standings, Seth Bergman had to dig his way from 14th to eighth. Kyle Bellm in ninth was followed by 15th starting, Travis Rilat, in 10th. Through five rounds of the 2018 ASCS Sizzlin' Summer Speedweek, the final night of competition is Saturday, June 16 at Salina Speedway in Salina, Kan. Racing gets underway at 8:00 P.M. (CT) with admission only $20. Kids 16 and under are free with a paid adult. Get more information online at http://www.racesalinaspeedway.com. For other news, notes, and information on the American Sprint Car Series, from the National Tour to any of the Regional Tours that make up the over 150 across the ASCS Nation in 2018, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, on Instagram, and on Twitter (@LucasOilASCS). Race Results: Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour Creek County Speedway - Sapulpa, Okla. Speedweek Round 5 Thursday, June 14, 2018 Car Count: 27 Heat Races (Top 16 in Passing Points transfer to the A-Feature. Top 8 Redraw) Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 11G-Mike Goodman, [2]; 2. 3-Sammy Swindell, [4]; 3. 8-Alex Sewell, [1]; 4. 44-Chris Martin, [6]; 5. 22-Sean McClelland, [7]; 6. 2C-Wayne Johnson, [8]; 7. 17W-Harli White, [5]; 8. 85-Forrest Sutherland, [3]; 9. (DNF) 5J-Jamie Ball, [9] Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 91T-Tyler Thomas, [3]; 2. 77X-Alex Hill, [2]; 3. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, [6]; 4. 1-Travis Rilat, [4]; 5. 23-Seth Bergman, [7]; 6. 45X-Johnny Herrera, [8]; 7. 90-Lance Norick, [1]; 8. 94L-Layne Himebaugh, [5]; (DNS) 15D-Andrew Deal, Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 28-Scott Bogucki, [2]; 2. 14K-Kyle Bellm, [4]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn, [3]; 4. 11-Roger Crockett, [8]; 5. J2-John Carney II, [9]; 6. 99-Skylar Gee, [5]; 7. 2X-Tucker Doughty, [1]; 8. 20G-Jake Greider, [7]; 9. (DNF) 95-Matt Covington, [6] BMRS B-Feature (Top 6 advance to the A-Feature) B Feature (12 Laps): 1. 45X-Johnny Herrera, [1]; 2. 17W-Harli White, [3]; 3. 99-Skylar Gee, [2]; 4. 90-Lance Norick, [5]; 5. 95-Matt Covington, [9]; 6. 5J-Jamie Ball, [8]; 7. 20G-Jake Greider, [4]; 8. 85-Forrest Sutherland, [10]; 9. 94L-Layne Himebaugh, [7]; 10. (DNF) 2X-Tucker Doughty, [6]; (DNS) 15D-Andrew Deal, Protect the Harvest A-Feature: A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 3-Sammy Swindell, [4]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, [3]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn, [11]; 4. 28-Scott Bogucki, [2]; 5. 11-Roger Crockett, [6]; 6. 8-Alex Sewell, [12]; 7. 44-Chris Martin, [10]; 8. 23-Seth Bergman, [14]; 9. 14K-Kyle Bellm, [5]; 10. 1-Travis Rilat, [15]; 11. 45X-Johnny Herrera, [17]; 12. J2-John Carney II, [9]; 13. 2C-Wayne Johnson, [16]; 14. 91T-Tyler Thomas, [8]; 15. 95-Matt Covington, [21]; 16. 11G-Mike Goodman, [7]; 17. 17W-Harli White, [18]; 18. 90-Lance Norick, [20]; 19. 5J-Jamie Ball, [22]; 20. 99-Skylar Gee, [19]; 21. (DNF) 22-Sean McClelland, [13]; 22. (DNF) 77X-Alex Hill, [1] Lap Leader(s): Scott Bogucki 1; Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 11; Sammy Swindell 2-10, 12-25 CP-Carrillo Hard Charger: Blake Hahn +8 FSR High Point Driver: Tyler Thomas Provisional(s): N/A 2018 ASCS National Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Sam Hafertepe, Jr, 1,697; 2. Blake Hahn 1,662; 3. Seth Bergman 1,656; 4. Wayne Johnson 1,623; 5. Johnny Herrera 1,576; 6. Matt Covington 1,483; 7. Scott Bogucki 1,476; 8. Roger Crockett 1,416; 9. Skylar Gee 1,385; 10. Jamie Ball 1,345; 11. Harli White 1,336; 12. Chris Martin 1,301; 13. Sammy Swindell 1,260; 14. Travis Rilat 1,193; 15. Alex Hill 1,148; 2018 ASCS Speedweek Points (Top 15): 1. Sammy Swindell 719; 2. Blake Hahn 643; 3. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 633; 4. Scott Bogucki 618; 5. Seth Bergman 592; 6. Wayne Johnson 581; 7. John Carney II 569; 8. Travis Rilat 569; 9. Roger Crockett 561; 10. Matt Covington 558; 11. Chris Martin 555; 12. Johnny Herrera 547; 13. Harli White 540; 14. Jamie Ball 500; 15. Skylar Gee 499; 2018 ASCS National Tour Wins: Seth Bergman - 2 (4/6 - Texas Motor Speedway; 5/10 - Lakeside Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. - 2 (5/12 - I-30 Speedway; 6/8 - West Texas Raceway); Wayne Johnson - 2 (5/9 - Humboldt Speedway; 6/13 - Lawton Speedway); Sammy Swindell - 1 (6/9 - Route 66 Motor Speedway; 6/14 - Creek County Speedway); Roger Crockett - 1 (3/16 - Devil's Bowl Speedway); Brady Bacon - 1 (4/7 - Texas Motor Speedway); Matt Covington - 1 (4/27 - Paducah International Raceway); Greg Hodnett - 1 (5/4 - Williams Grove Speedway) ; Blake Heimbach - 1 (5/5 - Selinsgrove Speedway); Scott Bogucki - 1 (6/12 - Devil's Bowl Speedway); ASCS Online: American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs (@lucasoilascs) Instagram: LucasOilASCS Audio Broadcast: http://www.racinboys.com Live Scoring (Where Applicable): Race Monitor and MRP Live ASCS National Tour Drivers Online: Jamie Ball (Knoxville, IA): http://www.jamieball.com/default.aspx?i=false Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA.): http://www.sethbergmanracing.com Scott Bogucki (McLaren Vale, S. Aust.): https://www.facebook.com/ScottBogucki89 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK): http://www.mattcovingtonracing.com Roger Crockett (Medford, OR): http://www.rocketdesignsllc.com Skylar Gee (Leduc, Alberta, Can.): https://twitter.com/SkylarGee99 Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (Sunnyvale, TX): http://www.sam15.com Alex Hill (Six Nations, Ontario, Can.): https://twitter.com/alexhill77x Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK): http://www.blakehahnracing.com Johnny Herrera (Albuquerque, N.M.): http://www.johnnyherreraracing.com Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK): https://www.facebook.com/WayneJohnsonRacing?fref=ts Chris Martin (Ankeny, IA): https://twitter.com/cmr_44?lang=en Robbie Price (Cobble Hill, BC, Can.): http://www.bdsmotorsportsllc.com Travis Rilat (Forney, TX): http://www.bdsmotorsportsllc.com Harli White (Lindsay, OK): http://www.harliwhiteracing.net
  9. Reutzel Leads Way into All Star Ohio Sprint Speedweek after Pair of Empire State Top Fives by Lonnie Wheatley CLUTE, Texas (June 14, 2018) – Nine consecutive nights of racing at eight different tracks throughout Ohio is on tap for Aaron Reutzel and the Baughman-Reutzel Motorsports No. 87 Sprint Car team. The 36th Annual All Star Circuit of Champions Ohio Sprint Speedweek fires off Friday night at Attica Raceway Park before circumnavigating the Buckeye State over the following eight nights. While current All Star points leader Reutzel is familiar with Speedweek events with last year’s ASCS Speedweek title to his credit, a Speedweek consisting of nine nights is a different animal. “It will be a lot different,” Reutzel says. “The only thing about this that will be easier is that the tracks are a lot closer together for the most part so there isn’t as much travel from track to track.” Reutzel and the Folkens Brothers Trucking/Dissolvalloy Downhole Revolution Triple-X Sprint Car team are prepared for the grind that is about to begin. “We have all our stuff in order, we have a lot of spares ready to go just in case,” Reutzel says. Reutzel enters the nine-race stretch with a 32-point advantage in the All Star Circuit of Champions title chase after posting a pair of fourth-place finishes in last weekend’s Empire State triple. “It wasn’t the best of weekends for us,” Reutzel says. “We gave up a few points, but at least we still came out with the lead and had a couple of decent finishes.” The weekend began at Dundee, New York’s Outlaw Speedway where Reutzel drove the Precision Catalyst/Hollywood Blasting & Coating/Beard Equipment entry to a fourth-place finish from the ninth starting position. “We just missed the top two in qualifying then ran third in the heat, so that put us starting ninth in the feature,” Reutzel recalls. “We missed it in the feature, we just weren’t that good. I got to fourth because people broke and wrecked in front of us.” The Nattress Construction/Momentum Racing Suspensions team moved on to Busti’s Stateline Speedway on Saturday night where Reutzel finished out the night in 17th. “Tony (Stewart) got by in the feature and he was sliding himself, I tried the sliding myself line and hit a rut and spun it,” Reutzel says. “I had to go to the back and it was such a small track that it was hard to pass so we pretty much just stayed in line.” Reutzel finished out the weekend on Sunday night at Weedsport Speedway by carrying a damaged Sprint Car to a fourth-place finish. “The track was falling off quick in qualifying, and we were the last car in our group and managed to time in third,” Reutzel relates. “We were second in the heat and then second in the Dash, but we weren’t that great in either race.” Gridding the feature fourth, Reutzel was damaged before the opening lap was in the books. “The polesitter spun getting into one and got into my left rear,” Reutzel says. “I slid into the wall and knocked the Jacobs ladder off. I decided to stay out and see if it would work.” Reutzel managed to hold down second much of the way before finishing out the night in fourth. “It was a handful, but I was still able to hold second most of the race,” Reutzel says. “I couldn’t stay with Carson (Macedo) though, then the bottom came in late and (Paul) McMahan and (Danny) Dietrich got by. I just didn’t chase the track to the bottom soon enough.” With New York in the rearview mirror, nine Ohio nights await Reutzel and the BRM No. 87 Sprint Car team. 2018 Quick Stats: 26 races, 3 wins, 10 top-fives, 14 top-tens. Up Next: All Star Circuit of Champions Ohio Sprint Speedweek Friday, June 15 – Attica Raceway Park Saturday, June 16 – Eldora Speedway Sunday, June 17 – Waynesfield Raceway Park Monday, June 18 – Wayne County Speedway Tuesday, June 19 – Sharon Speedway Wednesday, June 20 – Atomic Speedway Thursday, June 21 – Muskingum County Speedway Friday, June 22 – Limaland Motorsports Park Saturday, June 23 – Atomic Speedway Keep Track: Keep track of Aaron Reutzel’s on-track action including schedule and results at http://www.aaronreutzelracing.com/, on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Aaron-Reutzel-Racing/117666254913127 or on Twitter at @AaronReutzel. You can also e-mail Aaron at aaronreutzel@yahoo.com. If you would like Aaron Reutzel Racing press releases e-mailed directly to you, send your e-mail address to Lonnie Wheatley at lonniewheatley@gmail.com.
  10. Wayne Johnson Leads It All At Lawton With The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series by Bryan Hulbert LAWTON, Okla. (June 13, 2018) Rolling into Lawton Speedway with a Speedweek that has kicked him at every turn, Wayne Johnson kicked back and brought his own confetti to the party. Grabbing the lead from the second starting spot, Wayne led start to finish aboard the Outlaw Wings No. 2c with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by Sawblade.com. Richard Bales photo Johnson's second score of the season with the National Tour of the American Sprint Car Series, the Oklahoma City native held off Sammy Swindell on the closing lap for his 52nd career triumph. Four races into the 2018 ASCS Sizzlin' Summer Speedweek, just as many drivers have earned a win. Tiptoeing around the cushion of the quarter-mile oval, Johnson was cautiously aggressive as he and Swindell began working slower traffic. Only leaving the high-side a couple times to slide the lapped cars, each time allowed Swindell to close in but didn't allow the A.G. Rains owned No. 3 enough room to make a move. "There just wasn't a lot of room around the bottom to make anything happen and even these lapped cars are pretty fast. With about three or four to go, I ran up on Harli White and I just decided to follow here. I figured if Sammy wanted to get around me, he could, but you know A.G. helped me earlier. I had a bad shock and my dyno is broken, and he pointed it out. We got is switched and had a completely different car tonight," explained Johnson. Red to start things off as Skylar Gee went for a ride off the second turn, the restart was followed by several cautions. Starting with a yellow on Lap 2 for Sam Hafertepe, Jr. who collided with the back straightaway wall battling for third with Roger Crockett, the No. 15h was unable to return to competition. Red on Lap 4 for Kyle Clark, a pair of cautions followed to keep the race to five laps complete. Back underway with Johnson stalked by Swindell and Crockett, the race went caution free the rest of the way. Grabbing the win by 0.746 seconds, Sammy Swindell's runner-up finish is his fifth podium run in as many nights and second silver finish in a row. On the last lap charge, Sammy explained, "I probably could have pinched him there pretty good. I had enough room to get up there, but I wouldn't have been able to get off there clean with him so once I got there, I wanted to let him see me and maybe he'd look and jump the cushion a little bit, but he didn't." Continuing a strong run through Speedweek, Blake Hahn raced to the final podium step in the Griffith Truck and Equipment No. 52. Rolling across fourth was Seth Bergman. With Hafertepe ending up with a 21st place finish, the No. 23 closed the gap to 15 points for the top of the championship standings. Rounding out the top-five, John Carney II was the night's CP-Carrillo Hard Charger of the Night with a run from 13th to fifth. Roger Crockett ended up sixth with Johnny Herrera battling back to seventh after falling to 10th early on. Chris Martin from 14th ran to eighth with Jake Bubak and Travis Rilat making up the top-ten. Rolling north to Creek County Speedway, the 2018 ASCS Sizzlin' Summer Speedweek goes for Round 5 on Thursday, June 14 with gates opening at 5:00 P.M. and racing at 8:00 P.M. (CT). Thursday includes the USAC Wingless Sprints of Oklahoma and Dwarf Cars. Admission is $20 for adults, $15 for Senior and Military, $6 for kids 11-14, and free for kids 10 and under. More information, directions, and more can be found at http://www.creekcountyspeedway.co. For other news, notes, and information on the American Sprint Car Series, from the National Tour to any of the Regional Tours that make up the over 150 across the ASCS Nation in 2018, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, on Instagram, and on Twitter (@LucasOilASCS). Race Results: Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour Lawton Speedway - Lawton, Okla. Speedweek Round 4 Wednesday, June 13, 2018 Car Count: 27 Heat Races (Top 16 in Passing Points transfer to the A-Feature. Top 8 Redraw) Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, [2]; 2. 11-Roger Crockett, [1]; 3. 95-Matt Covington, [3]; 4. 45X-Johnny Herrera, [6]; 5. 5J-Jamie Ball, [5]; 6. 44-Chris Martin, [8]; 7. 99-Skylar Gee, [7]; 8. 11X-Nick Bates, [9]; 9. (DNF) 77X-Alex Hill, [4] Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn, [1]; 2. 28-Scott Bogucki, [2]; 3. 17W-Harli White, [3]; 4. 74B-Jake Bubak, [6]; 5. J2-John Carney II, [7]; 6. 31-Casey Wills, [5]; 7. 9$-Kyle Clark, [4]; 8. 20G-Jake Greider, [8]; 9. 2X-Tucker Doughty, [9] Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 3-Sammy Swindell, [1]; 2. 2C-Wayne Johnson, [9]; 3. 23-Seth Bergman, [5]; 4. 8-Alex Sewell, [6]; 5. 90-Lance Norick, [3]; 6. 1-Travis Rilat, [8]; 7. 29-Tanner Berryhill, [4]; 8. (DNF) 33M-Mason Daniel, [2]; 9. (DNF) M1-Mark Smith, [7] BMRS B-Feature (Top 6 advance to the A-Feature) B Feature (12 Laps): 1. 99-Skylar Gee, [3]; 2. 33M-Mason Daniel, [9]; 3. 90-Lance Norick, [1]; 4. 9$-Kyle Clark, [4]; 5. 2X-Tucker Doughty, [7]; 6. 20G-Jake Greider, [6]; 7. 11X-Nick Bates, [8]; 8. (DNF) 31-Casey Wills, [2]; 9. (DNF) 29-Tanner Berryhill, [5]; (DNS) M1-Mark Smith, ; (DNS) 77X-Alex Hill, Protect the Harvest A-Feature: A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 2C-Wayne Johnson, [2]; 2. 3-Sammy Swindell, [4]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn, [7]; 4. 23-Seth Bergman, [6]; 5. J2-John Carney II, [13]; 6. 11-Roger Crockett, [1]; 7. 45X-Johnny Herrera, [5]; 8. 44-Chris Martin, [14]; 9. 74B-Jake Bubak, [9]; 10. 1-Travis Rilat, [15]; 11. 17W-Harli White, [12]; 12. 5J-Jamie Ball, [16]; 13. 90-Lance Norick, [19]; 14. 2X-Tucker Doughty, [21]; 15. 28-Scott Bogucki, [8]; 16. 8-Alex Sewell, [10]; 17. 95-Matt Covington, [11]; 18. 20G-Jake Greider, [22]; 19. 9$-Kyle Clark, [20]; 20. 33M-Mason Daniel, [18]; 21. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, [3]; 22. 99-Skylar Gee, [17] Lap Leader(s): Wayne Johnson 1-25 CP-Carrillo Hard Charger: John Carney II +8 FSR High Point Driver: Wayne Johnson Provisional(s): N/A 2018 ASCS National Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Sam Hafertepe, Jr, 1,555; 2. Seth Bergman 1,540; 3. Blake Hahn 1,527; 4. Wayne Johnson 1,519; 5. Johnny Herrera 1,468; 6. Matt Covington 1,383; 7. Scott Bogucki 1,346; 8. Skylar Gee 1,295; 9. Roger Crockett 1,291; 10. Jamie Ball 1,253; 11. Harli White 1,240; 12. Chris Martin 1,182; 13. Sammy Swindell 1,110; 14. Travis Rilat 1,083; 15. Alex Hill 1,060; 2018 ASCS Speedweek Points (Top 15): 1. Sammy Swindell 427; 2. Blake Hahn 508; 3. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 491; 4. Scott Bogucki 488; 5. Wayne Johnson 477; 6. Seth Bergman 476; 7. John Carney II 463; 8. Travis Rilat 459; 9. Matt Covington 458; 10. Harli White 444; 11. Johnny Herrera 439; 12. Roger Crockett 436; 13. Chris Martin 436; 14. Skylar Gee 409; 15. Jamie Ball 408; 2018 ASCS National Tour Wins: Seth Bergman - 2 (4/6 - Texas Motor Speedway; 5/10 - Lakeside Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. - 2 (5/12 - I-30 Speedway; 6/8 - West Texas Raceway); Wayne Johnson - 2 (5/9 - Humboldt Speedway; 6/13 - Lawton Speedway); Roger Crockett - 1 (3/16 - Devil's Bowl Speedway); Brady Bacon - 1 (4/7 - Texas Motor Speedway); Matt Covington - 1 (4/27 - Paducah International Raceway); Greg Hodnett - 1 (5/4 - Williams Grove Speedway) ; Blake Heimbach - 1 (5/5 - Selinsgrove Speedway); Sammy Swindell - 1 (6/9 - Route 66 Motor Speedway); Scott Bogucki - 1 (6/12 - Devil's Bowl Speedway); f ASCS Online: American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs (@lucasoilascs) Instagram: LucasOilASCS Audio Broadcast: http://www.racinboys.com Live Scoring (Where Applicable): Race Monitor and MRP Live ASCS National Tour Drivers Online: Jamie Ball (Knoxville, IA): http://www.jamieball.com/default.aspx?i=false Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA.): http://www.sethbergmanracing.com Scott Bogucki (McLaren Vale, S. Aust.): https://www.facebook.com/ScottBogucki89 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK): http://www.mattcovingtonracing.com Roger Crockett (Medford, OR): http://www.rocketdesignsllc.com Skylar Gee (Leduc, Alberta, Can.): https://twitter.com/SkylarGee99 Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (Sunnyvale, TX): http://www.sam15.com Alex Hill (Six Nations, Ontario, Can.): https://twitter.com/alexhill77x Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK): http://www.blakehahnracing.com Johnny Herrera (Albuquerque, N.M.): http://www.johnnyherreraracing.com Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK): https://www.facebook.com/WayneJohnsonRacing?fref=ts Chris Martin (Ankeny, IA): https://twitter.com/cmr_44?lang=en Robbie Price (Cobble Hill, BC, Can.): http://www.bdsmotorsportsllc.com Travis Rilat (Forney, TX): http://www.bdsmotorsportsllc.com Harli White (Lindsay, OK): http://www.harliwhiteracing.net
  11. We just received word that TOMS has cancelled for this weekend. They are concerned about weather. Please spread the word that this weekend’s race is cancelled. We will race again on June 23rd and will be hosting the Lone Star Street Stocks along with our regular classes and go-karts.
  12. This Saturday Redline Powersports presents The Texas Shutdown Classes are as follows: Heavy Hitter $100 entry $250 on top Flat Slick $100 entry $800 on top (12 bike min) Street Tire $100 entry $1000 on top (24 bike min) 5.60 & 6.0 Index $30 entry $300 to win Bagger & V-twin class 5.80 & 7.0 Index for the cars $100 entry $500 on top Test & Tune & Grudge Racing welcome. Gates open at 5pm & racing begins at 6pm $20 adult admission, $5 kids 6-12 and kids 5 & under are free.
  13. Sooner Series Double for POWRi West Midgets this Weekend by Lonnie Wheatley TULSA, Okla. (June 12, 2018) – The Lucas Oil POWRi West Midget League presented by Executive Concrete NWA fires back into action with a pair of events in the Sooner State this weekend. The series takes to the ¼-mile Red Dirt Raceway near Meeker on Friday night for the Third Annual Sooner Midget Nationals before moving on to Oklahoma City’s I-44 Riverside Speedway on Saturday night. Both events will count toward POWRi West Sooner Series points as well as POWRi West overall points. In total, more than $12,000 in points fund money is up for grabs in the POWRi West Midget League and POWRi West Sooner Series action for 2018. Friday’s Third Annual Sooner Midget Nationals at Red Dirt Raceway marks the series second stop of the season at Meeker after Tahlequah’s Ace McCarthy survived a last-lap slider from Blake Hahn to win the April 13 feature. After Christopher Bell swept the season-opening Turnpike Challenge double at I-44 Riverside Speedway, Broken Arrow’s Jonathan Beason topped the most recent event in Oklahoma City on May 5. Thus far, the POWRi West Midget League has offered up eight different winners in nine events with 14-yard-old Hank Davis of Sand Springs, OK, and Wesley Smith of Nixa, MO, the series most recent winners at Airport Raceway’s “Midget Roundup” in Garden City, KS, over Memorial Day weekend. Springfield, Missouri’s Kory Schudy sits atop the championship point charts going into this weekend’s pair of events with a 490-point lead over Hank Davis. A May 12 winner at Port City, Schudy leads the series with a handful of top-five finishes including a current streak of three consecutive podium finishes. Davis is just 160 points ahead of 15-year-old Cannon McIntosh of Bixby, OK, in the battle for second in points with Broken Arrow’s Hannah Adair and Wesley Smith rounding out the current top five. The balance of the current top ten includes Zach Daum, Ace McCarthy, Hunter Fischer, Grady Chandler and Brendon Wiseley. In addition to Lucas Oil and Executive Concrete NWA, additional POWRi West Midget League supporting sponsors include Two-Eight Drilling, American Discount Auto Care, R&M Race Trailer and A1 Machine. Contingency sponsors include Smith Ti (Heat One), Keizer Wheels (Heat Two), Saldana Products (Heat Three), Rod End Supply (Heat Four), Pyrotech (Heat Five), BOSS Performance (High Point Driver), MPI “Official Steering Wheel” of POWRi West, Esslinger Engineering Performance Award (top-finishing Esslinger entry), and the MyChron Tom/AIM bonus of $300 (1st), $150 (2nd) and $50. Racing action at Meeker’s Red Dirt Raceway gets under way at 8:00 p.m. on Friday night with Saturday’s card at Oklahoma City’s I-44 Riverside Speedway firing off at 7:00 p.m. Meeker, Oklahoma’s Red Dirt Raceway is located 4.5 miles north of US 62 on SR 18. For more information, contact the track at 405-318-0198 or check online at https://www.reddirtraceway.com/. I-44 Riverside Speedway is located in southwest Oklahoma City off I-44 Exit 109, then 0.1 miles east on 149th then south. For more information, contact the track at 405-633-1583 or check online at https://www.i44riversidespeedway.com/. The Lucas Oil POWRi West Midget League presented by Executive Concrete NWA is slated for 29 nights of competition at 13 different tracks throughout Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri and Texas. The POWRi West Sooner Series consists of the dozen events in the state of Oklahoma. More information regarding the POWRi West Midget League is available at http://www.powri.com/ and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/PowRiWest/.
  14. Scott Bogucki Breaks Through At The Devil's Bowl With The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series by Bryan Hulbert MESQUITE, Texas (June 12, 2018) Becoming the fourth Australian to capture a win with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by Sawblade.com, McLaren Vale's Scott Bogucki captured his first career victory on Tuesday night in the Sawblade.com/Dissolvalloy No. 28 at the Devil's Bowl Speedway. Richard Bales photo Bogucki is the 142nd driver to win with the National Tour of the American Sprint Car Series, and 10th different winner of the 2018 season. Scott joins Brooke Tatnell, Ian Madsen, and Jamie Veal on the list of Australian winners. Holding off Sammy Swindell as the pair raced through slower traffic, Bogucki was like a Shark after his prey to keep the BMRS No. 3 at bay. Bobbling just one time through turns three and four just after the race's half-way point, Swindell mounted a charge but was unable to get by the No. 28 for the lead. With traffic playing to his favor with five laps to go, Bogucki was able to put some breathing room between himself and Swindell. Clearing the slower cars with two circuits remaining, Sammy closed to within 10 car lengths before the drop of the checkered flag. Asked what the win meant to Scott, the Brodix Rookie of the Year contender replied, "This is unbelievable. I came over six years ago as a crew guy and I worked for Sammy and as far as I'm concerned, he's as good as they come. To beat him, it makes it even sweeter." Adding to the story, the first track Scott raced at in the United States was the Devil's Bowl Speedway. "I came here four years ago and ran one night. Honestly, I never figured I'd get my first win on a half-mile, much less here. We've really struggled here a lot in the past, but this year's we've actually been good, just didn't have a lot of luck, but tonight just went our way." Swindell in second is the 36th time the wily veteran has finished on the podium with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by Sawblade.com. His fourth consecutive trip to the podium this season, Swindell was chased to the line by Blake Hahn. Falling to fourth in the early laps, Hahn was able to get back to the show position with two laps to go. Challenging for the lead at one point with Swindell and Bogucki, a misstep in traffic relegated Sam Hafertepe, Jr. to fourth with Travis Rilat crossing in fifth. A rebound performance after struggling as of late, Roger Crockett was sixth with Wayne Johnson in tow. Seth Bergman moved up to eighth after starting 10th with Tony Bruce, Jr. ninth. The night's CP-Carrillo Hard Charger, Oklahoma's Matt Covington made up the top-ten. With three rounds of the ASCS Sizzlin' Summer Speedweek in the books, the series heads for Lawton Speedway in Lawton, Okla. on Wednesday, June 13. Admission is $20 Seniors with Military and Kids 12-15 admitted for $15. Kids 6-12 are $2. Access to the Pits is $30. The track is located at 3501 SW Sheridan Rd. For more information on Lawton Speedway, log onto http://www.lawtonspeedway.com or call (580) 355-6417. For other news, notes, and information on the American Sprint Car Series, from the National Tour to any of the Regional Tours that make up the over 150 across the ASCS Nation in 2018, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, on Instagram, and on Twitter (@LucasOilASCS). Race Results: Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour Devil's Bowl Speedway - Mesquite, Texas Speedweek Round 3 Tuesday, June 12, 2018 Car Count: 27 Heat Races (Top 16 in Passing Points transfer to the A-Feature. Top 8 Redraw) Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn, [2]; 2. 28-Scott Bogucki, [3]; 3. 12H-Tony Bruce Jr, [4]; 4. 3-Sammy Swindell, [8]; 5. 95-Matt Covington, [1]; 6. 45X-Johnny Herrera, [6]; 7. 77X-Alex Hill, [7]; 8. 2X-Tucker Doughty, [9]; 9. 13M-Chance McCrary, [5] Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 11-Roger Crockett, [1]; 2. 12W-Dale Wester, [3]; 3. 9$-Kyle Clark, [2]; 4. 2C-Wayne Johnson, [8]; 5. 44-Chris Martin, [4]; 6. 5J-Jamie Ball, [6]; 7. (DNF) 45-Martin Edwards, [7]; 8. (DNF) M1-Mark Smith, [5]; (DNS) 24-Ben Silliker, Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, [1]; 2. 1-Travis Rilat, [2]; 3. 23-Seth Bergman, [4]; 4. J2-John Carney II, [6]; 5. 99-Skylar Gee, [3]; 6. 17W-Harli White, [7]; 7. 99X-Dalton Stevens, [5]; 8. 74B-Jake Bubak, [8]; 9. 14-Chip Graham, [9] BMRS B-Feature (Top 6 advance to the A-Feature) B Feature (12 Laps): 1. 5J-Jamie Ball, [2]; 2. 45X-Johnny Herrera, [1]; 3. 99X-Dalton Stevens, [4]; 4. 77X-Alex Hill, [3]; 5. M1-Mark Smith, [6]; 6. 2X-Tucker Doughty, [5]; 7. 74B-Jake Bubak, [7]; 8. 13M-Chance McCrary, [8]; 9. 14-Chip Graham, [9]; (DNS) 45-Martin Edwards, ; (DNS) 24-Ben Silliker, Protect the Harvest A-Feature: A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 28-Scott Bogucki, [1]; 2. 3-Sammy Swindell, [3]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn, [2]; 4. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, [7]; 5. 1-Travis Rilat, [6]; 6. 11-Roger Crockett, [5]; 7. 2C-Wayne Johnson, [8]; 8. 23-Seth Bergman, [10]; 9. 12H-Tony Bruce Jr, [9]; 10. 95-Matt Covington, [16]; 11. 99-Skylar Gee, [15]; 12. 44-Chris Martin, [13]; 13. J2-John Carney II, [11]; 14. 45X-Johnny Herrera, [18]; 15. 5J-Jamie Ball, [17]; 16. 17W-Harli White, [14]; 17. 77X-Alex Hill, [20]; 18. 9$-Kyle Clark, [12]; 19. 99X-Dalton Stevens, [19]; 20. 12W-Dale Wester, [4]; 21. 2X-Tucker Doughty, [22]; 22. M1-Mark Smith, [21] Lap Leader(s): Scott Bogucki 1-25 CP-Carrillo Hard Charger: Matt Covington +6 FSR High Point Driver: Blake Hahn Provisional(s): N/A 2018 ASCS National Driver Points (Top 15): 1. Sam Hafertepe, Jr, 1,466; 2. Seth Bergman 1,410; 3. Blake Hahn 1,392; 4. Wayne Johnson 1,369; 5. Johnny Herrera 1,349; 6. Matt Covington 1,287; 7. Scott Bogucki 1,246; 8. Skylar Gee 1,207; 9. Roger Crockett 1,169; 10. Jamie Ball 1,147; 11. Harli White 1,132; 12. Chris Martin 1,066; 13. Alex Hill 995; 14. Travis Rilat 973; 15 Sammy Swindell 968; 2018 ASCS Speedweek Points (Top 15): 1. Sammy Swindell 427; 2. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 402; 3. Scott Bogucki 388; 4. Blake Hahn 373; 5. Matt Covington 362; 6. Travis Rilat 349; 7. Seth Bergman 346; 8. John Carney II 338; 9. Harli White 336; 10. Tony Bruce, Jr. 330; 11. Wayne Johnson 327; 12. Skylar Gee 321; 13. Johnny Herrera 320; 14. Chris Martin 320; 15. Roger Crockett 314; 2018 ASCS National Tour Wins: Seth Bergman - 2 (4/6 - Texas Motor Speedway; 5/10 - Lakeside Speedway); Sam Hafertepe, Jr. - 2 (5/12 - I-30 Speedway; 6/8 - West Texas Raceway); Roger Crockett - 1 (3/16 - Devil's Bowl Speedway); Brady Bacon - 1 (4/7 - Texas Motor Speedway); Matt Covington - 1 (4/27 - Paducah International Raceway); Greg Hodnett - 1 (5/4 - Williams Grove Speedway) ; Blake Heimbach - 1 (5/5 - Selinsgrove Speedway); Wayne Johnson - 1 (5/9 - Humboldt Speedway); Sammy Swindell - 1 (6/9 - Route 66 Motor Speedway); Scott Bogucki - 1 (6/12 - Devil's Bowl Speedway); f ASCS Online: American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs (@lucasoilascs) Instagram: LucasOilASCS Audio Broadcast: http://www.racinboys.com Live Scoring (Where Applicable): Race Monitor and MRP Live ASCS National Tour Drivers Online: Jamie Ball (Knoxville, IA): http://www.jamieball.com/default.aspx?i=false Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA.): http://www.sethbergmanracing.com Scott Bogucki (McLaren Vale, S. Aust.): https://www.facebook.com/ScottBogucki89 Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK): http://www.mattcovingtonracing.com Roger Crockett (Medford, OR): http://www.rocketdesignsllc.com Skylar Gee (Leduc, Alberta, Can.): https://twitter.com/SkylarGee99 Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (Sunnyvale, TX): http://www.sam15.com Alex Hill (Six Nations, Ontario, Can.): https://twitter.com/alexhill77x Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK): http://www.blakehahnracing.com Johnny Herrera (Albuquerque, N.M.): http://www.johnnyherreraracing.com Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK): https://www.facebook.com/WayneJohnsonRacing?fref=ts Chris Martin (Ankeny, IA): https://twitter.com/cmr_44?lang=en Robbie Price (Cobble Hill, BC, Can.): http://www.bdsmotorsportsllc.com Travis Rilat (Forney, TX): http://www.bdsmotorsportsllc.com Harli White (Lindsay, OK): http://www.harliwhiteracing.net
  15. Austin Wayne Self ready for Iowa Speedway return NEWTON, Iowa – With another solid finish in the books last weekend at Texas Motor Speedway, Austin Wayne Self and his Niece Motorsports team are determined to keep their momentum charging forward heading into Saturday night’s M&M’s 200 presented by Casey’s General Store at Iowa Speedway. Showcasing the speed and authority in his No. 22 Go Texan | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet Silverado at Texas, Self saw a plausible top-10 finish diminish after another truck got loose while racing Self, cutting down a tire and sending the veteran NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver to pit road. Having to play-catchup from there, Self returned to the track to solider onto a 17th-place finish. Still annoyed with the Texas result, short track racing returns at the opportune time for the Austin, Texas driver. “Even though we didn’t get the finish we wanted at Texas, I’m really proud of this Niece Motorsports team,” said Self. “We’re riding the strength of our performances, and not necessarily our finishes lately, because we’ve had speed in our trucks – just have encountered some bad luck. “Now, it’s time for that luck to change this weekend at Iowa.” Self will make his third start at the 0.875-mile short track this weekend. Last season in his second start of the year for Niece Motorsports, Self qualified 17th, but finished 23rd. In his Iowa Truck Series debut in 2016, he qualified 22nd, but raced to a competitive 16th-place finish. While a 16th-place result was satisfactory for Self and his team two years ago, anything less than a top-10 performance this weekend would be disappointing. “I really feel that we have the trucks capable of running inside the top-10,” noted Self. “Cody (Efaw, crew chief) and myself have raised our communication up a notch and I think everyone’s been able to see that over the past couple of races. “We had the opportunity to work together during the Iowa race last year. While the finish wasn’t what we hoped, I think we have a good balance of what to expect this week. The benefit of working together last year is that Cody knows what I need in our No. 22 Go Texan | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet Silverado to go fast. “Even though the weather will change the setup in our truck throughout the day, we just need to stay balanced and focused, and I think qualifying and the race will fall into our hands. I can’t wait to get to Iowa.” In addition to two NCWTS races at Iowa, the 22-year-old Self has two ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards starts at Iowa Speedway, with a best finish of sixth after starting ninth during the 2015 season. After eight races, Self sits 14th in the series’ standings. He carries an average finish of 18.8 entering Iowa. Like last year, the Texas Department of Agriculture’s Go Texan program and AM Technical Solutions will also support Self in his 49th career start. GO TEXAN represents Texas agri-business on state, national and international levels by building recognition with the GO TEXAN mark. Along with its signature mark in the shape of Texas, GO TEXAN celebrates, promotes and supports the business savvy and plainspoken grit Texas agriculture is known throughout the world. Don’t mess with Texas, CForce Bottling Company, Flying Circle and Kreuz Market will serve as associate partners in the eighth race of the year. In 48 NCWTS races, the 2015 ARCA Racing Series rookie of the year has one top-five (second at Daytona 2017) and three top-10 finishes. The Texan maintains an average finish of 18.9 during his three years of competition. For more on Austin Wayne Self, like his Facebook page (Austin Wayne Self) or follow him on Twitter @AustinWSelf. For additional information on CForce premium artesian water, please visit cforce.com. For more on Flying Circle, please visit flyingcirclegear.com, like them on Facebook (FlyingCircleGear) and follow them on Instagram (@flyingcirclegear) and Twitter (@flyingcircle_). Also connect with Flying Circle on Pinterest and YouTube. For more on Niece Motorsports, please visit niecemotorsports.com. The M&M’s 200 presented by Casey’s General Store (200 laps | 175 miles) is the ninth of 23 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races on the 2018 schedule. Practice begins on Sat., June 16 from 8:35 a.m. – 9:25 a.m. A final practice session is set for 10:05 a.m. – 10:55 p.m. Qualifying is set for later in the day beginning at 3:30 p.m. The 32-truck field will take the green flag shortly after 6:00 p.m. with live coverage on FOX Sports 1, the Motor Racing Network (Radio) and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio (Satellite Radio, Channel 90). All times are local (Central). About GO TEXAN: GO TEXAN represents Texas agri-business on state, national and international levels by building recognition with the GO TEXAN mark. Along with its signature mark in the shape of Texas, GO TEXAN celebrates, promotes and supports the business savvy and plainspoken grit Texas agriculture is known throughout the world. Whether it’s grown, sewn or served on a plate, more than 26 million Texans shop, travel and dine out in full support of Texas business and agriculture. About AM Technical Solutions:AM Technical Solutions (AMTS) is a leading construction management, project management and facility solutions firm for high-tech markets. AMTS provides diverse integrated solutions across a facilities life cycle to include new cleanroom construction, integrated construction management, total quality programs, capital asset solutions and cleanroom certification and testing. About Niece Motorsports: Niece Motorsports is owned by United States Marine Corps Veteran Al Niece. In 2018, Niece Motorsports enters its second full season in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, fielding two full-time teams with Austin Wayne Self and Justin Fontaine. Niece also owns Niece Equipment, which has for over 30 years provided clients with reliable products at competitive prices. Niece Equipment’s reputation is built on service, integrity and dependability. The company provides water and fuel / lube trucks that are engineered with quality and durability in mind for the construction and mining industry. Follow the team on Facebook and Instagram @NieceMotorsports as well as Twitter@NieceMotorsport.
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