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  3. NASCAR Fiesta Modified Position, Car #, Name, Points, Points Fund $$ 1. 79 Joe Aramendia 379 $3,000 2. 51 Zach Knowles 372 $2,000 3. 4 Michael Kourkoubes 354 $1,200 4. 1 Clayton Green 334 $800 5. 33 Jason Morman 303 $650 6. 50 Brian Moczygemba 302 $600 7. 72 Johnny Walker 202 $550 8. 5 Zak Hausler 197 $450 9. 88 Larry Hughes 185 $400 10. 13 Ian Webster 169 $350 11. 3 Brandon Kelly 160 12. 28 Kevin Wiseman 142 13. 38 Craig Sellman 112 14. 7 Brian Otts 108 15. 2 Paul White 91 16. 5 Ryan Luza 90 17. 8 Donny Kelley 84 18. 6 Wayne Wappes 50 19. 58 Kyle Sirozzoti 47 20. 5 Garrett Lancaster 37 21. 32 Jason Otts 32 22. 3 JT Schild 28 23. 10 Greg Wade 28 24. 1 Art Kunzeman 21 25. 3 Mike Williams 20 26. 30 Matt Merrell 17 27. 66 Logan Bearden 15 28. 18 DL Wilson 14 29. 4 Cory Roper 12 30. 96 Austin Wayne Self 9 31. 30 Jake Kruger 8 32. 1 Kyle Books 4 33. 59 Richard Smith, Jr 3 NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks Position, Truck #, Name, Points, Points Fund $$ 1. 58 Charles Evans, Jr. 466 $1,000 2. 162 Mason Teague 441 $600 3. 13 David Webster 438 $500 4. 50 Travis Benson 295 $400 5. 17 Kyle Books 292 $350 6. 53 Mike Coursey 269 $250 7. 88 Jim Phillips 262 $250 8. 94 Sean-Michael Steiner 232 $250 9. 12 Justin-Paul Steiner 203 $150 10. 16 Jake French 198 $250 11. 6 DL Wilson 148 $250 12. 77 Cole Miller 147 $150 13. 6 Dale Sheen 139 $150 14. 15 Mark Lindley 132 $150 15. 18 Mike Kressley 127 $150 16. 4 Chad Rogers 123 $150 17. 9 Mason Mitchell 107 18 79 Michael Villarreal Jr. 95 19. 8 Jim Nides 87 20. 68 Stephen McCurley 86 21. 22 Michael Thompson 69 22. 31 Chase Schubert 65 23. 1 Lynn Hardy, Jr 64 24. 51 Zach Knowles 61 25. 8 Ed Nastasi 59 26. 68 Lori Lindley 57 27. 17 Christopher Hogan 52 28. 55 John Winne 52 29. 61 Arden Smith 47 30. 53 James Coursey 44 31. James Coursey 44 32. 12 JC Umscheid 38 33. 11 James Cates 35 34. 2 Charles Armstrong, Jr 26 35. 21 Charlie Knight 19 36. 96 Rick Pollaro 18 37. 152 Matt Robbins 16 38. 81 Mark Villareal 14 39. 45 Shawn Cannon 12 40. 11 James Cates 2 41. 51 Mike Nesloney 0 NASCAR American Muscle Cars Position, Car #, Name, Points, Points Fund $$ 1. 31 David Webster 226 $2,000 2. 7 Tommy Page Jr. 152 $1,200 3. 31 Ed Nastasi 147 $1,100 4. 28 Dale Demski 143 $1,000 5. 18 Nathan Demski 126 $900 6. 53 Roger Hellman 104 $800 7. 8 Ed Thompson 86 $700 8. 54 Clayton Green 39 $600 9. 55 John Winne 32 $500 10. 1 Graham Baker 30 $400 11. 44 Travis Westell 24 $300 12. 54 Derek Shumaker 22 $200 13. 2 John Cornish 20 $100 14. 87 Randall Page 13 $100 15. 3 Bradley Hellman 12 $100 16. 15 Zach Nesloney 12 $100 17. 90 Brian Bell 7 $100 18. 11 Mark Stevens 4 $100 19. 3 Brad Dixon 2 $100 20. 15 Mike Nesloney 0 $100 Eco Stocks Position, Car #, Name, Points 1. 27 Danny Bartholomew 430 2. 717 Taylor Harris 405 3. 1 Chris House 370 4. 7 Stephen Dalton 365 5. 8 Kit Leslie 320 6. 137 Dave Barton 289 7. 57 Richard Smith 228 8. 4 Robert Henson 214 9. 21 Shannon Hubbs 207 10. 37 Bedie Sonnier 189 11. 86 Nicholas Pawlikowski 154 12. 73 David King 136 13. 7 Richard Fitch 125 14. 127 Shaun House 116 15. 36 Mitch Lindley 107 16. 20 James Hubbs 106 17. 93 Kayla King 90 18. 18 Chad Fuselier 89 19. 19 Dustin Rude 75 20. Ian Webster 75 21. 23 Jimmy Braham 62 22. 51 Jeffrey Lenick 43 23. 58 Joe Smith 21 24. 45 James Dashnaw 20 25. 33 James Bonifant 20 26. 7 Calvin Fitch 20 27. 2 Russell Vickery 12 28. 22 Matt Lindley 10 29. 14 Benson Binford 6 30. 0 Gary Chancellor 2 Legends Bandoloros
  4. Major changes coming to Houston Motorsports Park in 2015 Houston, TX (October 27, 2014) -This past Saturday night, 10/25/2014, marked the conclusion of the 2014 NASCAR stock car racing season at Houston Motorsports Park, and only a few drag races still remain on the 2014 HMP drag strip schedule. As the track gets ready for the off season, plans are already being made for the 2015 season, and beyond. With the departure of John and Sarah Mandabach earlier this season, the corporate structure and operational management seemed uncertain, but that has all been successfully resolved. Over the past several weeks the Baker family has been in negotiations with an investment group to purchase the property as well as the business known as Houston Motorsports Park. The parties are in the final stages of the acquisition and transaction and the future of both the oval track the drag strip at Houston Motorsports Park have never looked better. As part of the investment group's purchase there will be a board of directors that will include Graham Baker, Jim Beasley, Doug Siemonsma, and Tracy Trotter. Graham Baker will serve as Vice President of HMP and Dean Baker will remain as the drag strip's general manager. Additional staff will be announced shortly. At the drag strip all of the classes will remain in 2015 including X275, Ultra Street, 5.80 & 7.0 Index Drag Racing, Grudge Racing and the Friday Night drags. Likewise, the oval track will continue to run the Bandoleros, Legends, Eco Stocks, AMCAR, NASCAR Trucks, and Modifieds as well as some other exciting racing. In addition to the racing we are considering concerts, festivals and other family fun events. More announcements will be coming as plans are firmed up. The Baker family and the Investment Group want to assure the racers, fans and sponsors that the racing at Houston Motorsports Park will be bigger and better than ever. The future of racing at HMP looks bright indeed. The Baker family wishes to thank all the racers, fans and sponsors for the past 12 years that have made HMP the premier regional racing facility in Texas, if not the Southwest, and to ask for your patience while this transaction and transition is being completed. On a more personal note, for all of us who have know and supported Graham during his struggles with his health over the past several weeks, our prayers were dramatically answered this past weekend as the drivers tried to catch Graham in the black 2014 Chevrolet Camaro pace car as the fans cheered for both Graham and the competitors. Graham was back and doing what he loves to do. Finally, we will have a 2014 Awards banquet as always. And as for 2015, you can look forward to many more announcements. We will see you at the races at Houston Motorsports Park in 2015!
  5. NASCAR Fiesta Modified results for the “Fiesta Mart 40” (1st feature) 1. 79 Joe Aramendia, 40 laps 2. 5 Ryan Luza, 40 3. 50 Brian Moczygemba, 40 4. 51 Zach Knowles, 40 5. 33 Jason Morman, 40 6. 03 Brandon Kelley, 40 7. 38 Craig Sellman, 40 8. 4 Michael Kourkoubes, 40 9. 13 Ian Webster, 40 10. 3 JT Schild, 40 11. 88 Larry Hughes 40 12. 28 Kevin Wiseman, 40 13. 54 Clayton Green, 25 NASCAR Fiesta Modified results for the “The World’s Supermarket 40” (2nd feature) 1. 54 Clayton Green, 40 laps 2. 50 Brian Moczygemba, 40 3. 5 Ryan Luza, 40 4. 79 Joe Aramendia 5. 13 Ian Webster, 40 6. 51 Zach Knowles, 40 7. 38 Craig Sellman, 40 8. 3 Mike Williams, 40 9. 28 Kevin Wiseman, 39 10. 4 Michael Kourkoubes, 36 11. 33 Jason Morman, 36 12. 88 Larry Hughes, 33 13. 03 Brandon Kelley, 26 NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks “BWFS Industries 30” (1st feature) 1. 13 David Webster, 30 laps 2. 68 Stephan McCurley, 30 3. 12 Justin Steiner, 30 4. 53 James Coursey, 30 5. 17 Christopher Hogan, 30 6. 79 Michael Villarreal, 30 7. 4 Chad Rogers, 30 8. 45 Shawn Cannon, 30 9. 162 Mason Teague, 30 10. 58 Charles Evans, Jr, 30 11. 55 John Winne, 30 12. 88 Jim Phillips, 21 13. 81 Mark Villarreal, 20 14. 15 Mark Lindley, 20 15. 51 Zach Nesloney, 11 16. 31 Travis Benson, 9 17. 11 James Cates, 0 NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks “BWFS Industries 30” (2nd feature) 1. 162 Mason Teague, 30 laps 2. 17 Christopher Hogan, 30 3. 13 David Webster, 30 4. 88 Jim Phillips, 30 5. 58 Charles Evans, Jr, 30 6. 94 Sean Steiner, 30 7. 53 James Coursey, 30 8. 12 Justin Steiner, 30 9. 4 Chad Rogers, 29 10. 45 Shawn Cannon, 29 11. 55 John Winne, 29 12. 68 Stephan McCurley, 28 13. 81 Mark Villarreal, 20 14. 79 Michael Villarreal, DQ NASCAR American Muscle Cars “Mitchell Motorsports 20” (1st feature) 1. 54 Clayton Green, 20 laps 2. 31 Ed Nastasi, 20 3. 07 Tommy Page, 20 4. 02 John Cornish, 18 5. 28 Dale Demski, 3 6. 44 Travis Westell, 3 7. 8 Ed Thompson, 3 NASCAR American Muscle Cars “Mitchell Motorsports 20” (2nd feature) 1. 31 Ed Nastasi, 20 laps 2. 54 Clayton Green, 20 3. 07 Tommy Page, 20 4. 28 Dale Demski, 20 5. 8 Ed Thompson, 19 6. 44 Travis Westell, 19 7. 90 Brian Bell, 18 8. 02 John Cornish, 17 Eco Stocks “The Cavers Club 15” (1st feature) 1. 717 Taylor Harris, 15 laps 2. 27 Danny Bartholomew, 15 3. 7 Stephen Dalton, 15 4. 1 Chris House, 15 5. 21 Shannon Hubbs, 15 6. 4 Robert Henson, 15 7. 8 Kit Leslie, 15 8. 13 Bedie Sonnier, 14 9. 127 Shaun House, 14 10. 93 Kayla King, 14 11. 22 Mitch Lindley, 8 12. 2 Russell Vickery, DQ Eco Stock “The Cavers Club 15” (2nd feature) 1. Robert Henson, 15 laps 2. 8 Kit Leslie, 15 3. 27 Daniel Bartholomew, 15 4. 717 Taylor Harris, 15 5. 7 Stephen Dalton, 15 6. 21 Shannon Hubbs, 15 7. 2 Russell Vickery, 15 8. 1 Chris House, 15 9. 127 Shahn House, 14 10. 13 Bedie Sonnier, 14 11. 93 Kayla King, 7 Texas Asphalt Limited Modified Series “Allstate Gear 40” 1. 14 Derek Legg, 40 laps 2. 29 Billy Becka, 40 3. 79 Cody Beddoe, 40 4. 17 Donald Krahn, 40 5. 44 Joey Heinaman, 40 6. 25 Tyler Box, 40 7. 7 Stephen Robinson, 38 8. 21 Eric Ramos, 36 9. 11 Gary Box, 34 10. 17 James Dashnaw, 33 11. 23 Cody Limerick, 28 12. 64 Abel Arredondo, 27 13. 76 Michael Carlock, 26 14. 66 Jim Asher, 20 15. 101 Tanner Whitmire, 16. 8 Kit Leslie, Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas “DCRST 25” 1. 44 JC Umscheid, 25 2. 54 Todd McLemore, 25 3. 18 Jerry Young, 25 4. 72 Arden Vikre, 25 5. 20 Ryan Stoy, 25 6. 27 Butch Havelka, 25 7. 39 Matt Goulais, 25 8. 30 Billy Groff, 25 9. 28 Rodney Rodriguez, 25 10. 3 Mike Lind, 24 11. 5 Jim Kritikos, 23 12. 14 Dwain Groff, 6 13. 29 Chase Haveley, 3 DCRST Heat Winners: Jerry Young, JC Umscheid
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  8. NASCAR Season Championships on the line this Saturday at Houston Motorsports Park Houston, TX (October 22, 2014) – It’s now or never for several drivers in Houston Motorsports Park’s top two NASCAR-sanctioned racing divisions as the 2014 NASCAR stock car racing season roars to a close this Saturday at the immaculate, 3/8-mile concrete/asphalt oval known as the “Palace of Power.” With double features and double points up for grabs during the “BWFS Industries NASCAR Night” program, just who will earn the coveted NASCAR Fiesta Modified and the NASCAR BWFS Coke Truck titles are very much in doubt. "This is our last race meet of the 2014 NASCAR season and it should be a great show," said HMP owner and General Manager Graham Baker. "We've got double features for all the HMP regular classes plus two of the most exciting touring series in Texas – the Texas Asphalt Limited Modified Series (TALMS) and the Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas (DCRST) - coming our way this Saturday.” NASCAR Fiesta Modified driver Zach Knowles, 24, has a slim 11-point lead over Michael Kourkoubes, 25, and a 17-point advantage over perennial HMP track champion Joe Aramendia, 51, going into the finale. And Knowles figures he has the plan to ice the title. “I’m going to show no mercy and go out there and win both races and don’t’ look back,” the Houston native said. “We’ve run well all season and it all boils down to maintaining the car so when I’m running up front I don’t have a failure.” Michael Kourkoubes, on the other hand, says he’s got it figured. “The plan is to keep Zach (Knowles) and Joe (Aramendia) both behind me,” the former HMP Eco Stock champion from Conroe, Texas, said. “After Knowles drops his lowest points race, I am only two points behind. So, all I have to do is keep him behind me by one spot in both features Saturday night. There are several different scenarios that could come into play with Joe, but I know if he is behind me that I won’t have to worry about it.” But Aramendia says they are both dead wrong. “I am going to win both features, you can count on that,” a confident Aramendia predicted. “When you call me Sunday morning you will be talking to the 2014 NASCAR Fiesta Modified champion.” Without a doubt stock car racing fans will be treated to some intense NASCAR Fiesta Modified racing Saturday night. The NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks are likewise embroiled in a three-way battle for the championship with Charles Evans, Jr, holding a not-too-comfortable 37-point lead over David Webster and a 47-point advantage over Mason Teague. Although both Evans and Teague have mathematical shots the title, they will have to pull out all the stops in their twin feature races Saturday to claim the crown. In the new NASCAR AMCAR division David Webster has a lock on the title. Also competing in double features are the HMP Eco Stocks, Legends and Bandoloes. In addition, the cars and stars of the Texas Asphalt Limited Modified Series (TALMS), one of the fastest-growing Texas touring series, will be competing in the 40-lap “Space City Shootout presented by All State Gear.” With two races to go in their 2014 Championship season, the series has seen six different drivers winning the first seven races. The only multiple race winner is the series points leader, Joey Heinaman of Corpus Christi, Texas. Heinaman has a 16-point lead over Tanner Whitmire of Taft, Texas. “We have had a great interest in the Space City Shootout Presented by All State Gear and I think that we’ll have one of our biggest car counts of the season,” said TALMS Series Director Cody Beddoe. “I have taken several calls from new drivers wanting base line set ups for the track. Houston Motorsports Park is one of the premiere racing facilities in the country and I think this will be one of the most successful and entertaining races in the history of the TALMS series.” Also on tap are two heat races and a 25-lap feature event for the he Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas (DCRST) teams. The 1930s-style DCRST cars race on both Texas asphalt and dirt tracks and always put on an entertaining, highly-competitive show. The main spectator gates at the Northeast Houston speed plant will open at 4 pm while the NASCAR Stock Car racing gets underway promptly at 5 pm. The well-run NASCAR-sanctioned program normally takes the last checkered flag by 10 pm, or shortly thereafter. Admission is $12 for adults, while children 12 and under are admitted without charge. Add the low admission price together with the $1 cokes, $1 hot dogs & $1 beer prices and you have an inexpensive, yet very exciting, night out for the whole family – NASCAR style! Houston Motorsports Park is located at 11620 North Lake Houston Parkway in Northeast Houston. The HMP information hotline is 281-458-1972. The HMP email address is events@houstonmotorsportspark.com and the information hotline is 281-458-1972. For more information about Houston Motorsports Park and Saturday’s “NASCAR Double Feature Night” visit www.houstonmotorsportspark.com or look us up on Facebook at facebook.com/houstonracing.
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  10. Page 1 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Page 2 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ For the PDF downloadable version, click here >>>>> OVALSCHEDOCT25-14.pdf
  11. This Saturday October 18th at Houston Motorsports Park - Batman's presents Dallas vs Houston "THE AFTERMATH" Grudge race. There will be lots of high intensity Grudge racing as Houston show's Dallas how its done. There is also 5.80 and 7.0 Index racing and bike races. Gates open at 3:00pm - Admission is $20 adult and kids 12 and under Free Come on out this Saturday to Houston Motorsports Park and support your home town racers! For more information check out our website http://www.houstonmotosportspark.com or facebook page facebook.com/houstonracing.
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  13. NASCAR Fiesta Modified points as of 10/1/2014 Position, Car #, Name, Points 1. 51 Zach Knowles, 345 2. 4 Michael Kourkoubes, 334 3. 79 Joe Aramendia, 328 4. 1 Clayton Green, 317 5. 33 Jason Morman, 291 6. 50 Brian Moczygemba, 256 7. 72 Johnny Walker, 202 8. 5 Zak Hausler, 197 9. 88 Larry Hughes, 179 10. 3 Brandon Kelly, 142 11. 13 Ian Webster, 141 12. 28 Kevin Wiseman, 128 13. 7 Brian Otts, 108 14. 2 Paul White, 91 15. 8 Donny Kelley, 84 15. 38 Craig Sellman, 84 17. 6 Wayne Wappes, 50 18. 58 Kyle Sirizzotti, 47 19. 5 Ryan Luza, 44 20. 5 Garrett Lancaster, 37 21. 32 Jason Otts, 32 22. 3 JT Schild, 28 23. 10 Greg Wade, 28 24. 1 Art Kunzeman, 21 25. 30 Matt Merrell, 17 26. 66 Logan Bearden, 15 27. 18 DL Wilson, 14 28. 4 Cory Roper, 12 29. 96 Austin Wayne Self, 9 30. 30 Jake Kruger, 8 31. 1 Kyle Books, 4 32. 59 Richard Smith Jr., 3 NASCAR BWFS Coke Truck point standings as of 10/1/2014 Position, Car #, Name, Points 1. 58 Charles Evans Jr., 436 2. 13 David Webster, 399 3. 162 Mason Teague, 390 4. 17 Kyle Books, 292 5. 50 Travis Benson, 291 6. 53 Mike Coursey, 269 7. 88 Jim Phillips, 228 8. 94 Sean-Michael Steiner, 214 9. 16 Jake French, 198 10. 12 Justin-Paul Steiner, 159 11. 6 DL Wilson, 148 12. 77 Cole Miller, 147 13. 6 Dale Sheen, 139 14. 18 Mike Kressley, 127 15. 15 Mark Lindley, 124 16. 9 Mason Mitchell, 107 17. 4 Chad Rogers, 89 18. 8 Jim Nides, 87 19. 79 Michael Villarreal Jr., 71 20. 22 Michael Thompson, 69 21. 31 Chase Schubert, 65 22. 1 Lynn Hardy Jr, 64 23. 51 Zach Knowles, 61 24. 8 Ed Nastasi, 59 25. 68 Lori Lindley, 57 26. 68 Stephen McCurley, 48 27. 61 Arden Smith, 47 28. 12 JC Umscheid, 38 29. 11 James Cates, 35 30. 55 John Winne, 30 31. 2 Charles Armstrong Jr., 26 32. 21 Charlie Knight, 19 33. 96 Rick Pollaro, 18 34. 152 Matt Robbins, 16 35. 45 Shawn Cannon, 12 36. 51 Mike Nesloney, 2 NASCAR American Muscle Car point standings as of 10/1/2014 Position, Car #, Name, Points 1. 31 David Webster, 226 2. 28 Dale Demski, 135 3. 7 Tommy Page Jr., 132 4. 18 Nathan Demski, 126 5. 31 Ed Nastasi, 114 6. 53 Roger Hellman, 104 7. 8 Ed Thompson, 76 8. 55 John Winne, 32 9. 1 Graham Baker, 30 10. 54 Derek Shumaker, 22 11. 87 Randall Page, 13 12. 3 Bradley Hellman, 12 13. 15 Zach Nesloney, 12 14. 2 John Cornish, 10 15. 44 Travis Westell, 8 16. 54 Clayton Green, 6 17. 11 Mark Stevens, 4 18. 90 Brian Bell, 3 19. 3 Brad Dixon, 2 20. 15 Mike Nesloney, 2 Eco Stock point standings as of 10/1/2014 Position, Car #, Name, Points 1. 27 Danny Bartholomew, 400 2. 717 Taylor Harris, 358 3. 1 Chris House, 352 4. 7 Stephen Dalton, 329 5. 137 Dave Barton, 289 6. 8 Kit Leslie, 286 7. 57 Richard Smith, 228 8. 21 Shannon Hubbs, 177 9. 37 Bedie Sonnier, 173 10. 4 Robert Henson, 171 11. 86 Nicholas Pawlikowski, 154 12. 73 David King, 136 13. 7 Richard Fitch, 125 14. 20 James Hubbs, 106 15. 36 Mitch Lindley, 101 16. 127 Shaun House, 100 17. 18 Chad Fuselier, 89 18. 93 Kayla King, 80 19. 19 Dustin Rude, 75 20. Ian Webster, 75 21. 23 Jimmy Braham, 62 22. 51 Jeffrey Lenick, 43 23. 58 Joe Smith, 21 24. 45 James Dashnaw, 20 24. 33 James Bonifant, 20 24. 7 Calvin Fitch, 20 27. 22 Matt Lindley, 10 28. 14 Benson Binford, 6 29. 0 Gary Chancellor, 2
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  15. From Graham Baker: Because of today's forecast we have reluctantly cancelled our NASCAR event. Graham Baker
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  18. “NASCAR Double Feature Night” this Saturday, 10/11/2014, at Houston Motorsports Park Houston, TX (October 9, 2014) – Double features are on tap for all NASCAR Stock Car Racing divisions this Saturday at Houston Motorsports Park as well as the Eco Stocks, Legends and Bandoleros. Drivers competing at the “Palace of Power” this weekend will be gunning double-hard for double NASCAR Championship points since time is running out with only two race nights left in the 2014 season. Without a doubt stock car racing fans will be treated to some intense NASCAR racing action in all six HMP racing divisions. In the NASCAR Fiesta Modified class, which is the fastest three NASCAR-sanctioned division competing at the pristine 3/8-mile concrete/asphalt oval, any one of the top dozen drivers are capable of winning on any given night. And any of the top five in the point standings – Zach Knowles, Michael Kourkoubes, Joe Aramendia, Clayton Green and Jason Morman – still have a shot at the coveted championship crown. But it looks like it’s going to boil down to a two-way dogfight between Knowles and Kourkoubes with perennial champ Joe Aramendia needing to pull out all the stops to notch yet another championship. The NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks are likewise embroiled in a battle for the title with Charles Evans, Jr, David Webster and Mason Teague all with a real shot at the top spot. David Webster – yes, the same David Webster who is in contention for the BWFS Coke Truck championship – has a lock on the NASCAR American Muscle Car title. The AMCARs are the newest HMP division and Webster, who dominated the class when it was known as the NASCAR Stock Cars, got a running start this season and has never looked back. There are some new AMCARs being built, however, so Webster will see some stiff competition in 2015. Also competing in double features are the EcoStocks, Legends and Bandoloes. The main spectator gates at the Northeast Houston speed plant open at 5 pm while the NASCAR Stock Car racing gets underway promptly at 6 pm. The well-run program normally finishes by 10 pm. Admission is $12 for adults, while children 12 and under are admitted without charge. Add the low admission price together with the $1 cokes, $1 hot dogs & $1 beer prices and you have an inexpensive, yet very exciting, night out for the whole family – NASCAR style! Houston Motorsports Park is located at 11620 North Lake Houston Parkway in Northeast Houston. The HMP information hotline is 281-458-1972. The HMP email address is events@houstonmotorsportspark.com and the information hotline is 281-458-1972. For more information about Houston Motorsports Park and Saturday’s “NASCAR Double Feature Night” visit www.houstonmotorsportspark.com or look us up on Facebook at facebook.com/houstonracing.
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  21. Moczygemba, Webster earn “Fiesta’s Fall Fastival” wins at Houston Motorsports Park Houston, TX (September 29, 2014) - As the NASCAR racing season at Houston Motorsports Park closes in on the season’s climax with only two October races remaining, the NASCAR stock car racing during the “Fiesta Fall Fastival” event last Saturday was intense. A good crowd was on hand in spite of threatening weather that had plagued the area for most of the day. Scheduled as a double-feature night, the weatherman finally had his way and a light rain cut the evening a bit short, leaving the three NASCAR-sanctioned divisions – the NASCAR Fiesta Modifieds, the NASCAR BWFS Trucks and the NASCAR American Muscle Cars - to compete in only one of their scheduled double-feature events, while the Bandoleros, Legends and Eco Stocks all ran double features as planned. NASCAR Fiesta Modifieds NASCAR Fiesta Modified driver Brian Moczygemba made a determined charge to the front from his second-row starting spot, squeezed past race-leader Zach Knowles on the eleventh circuit and never looked back, taking the win over Knowles and youngster Clayton Green by several car lengths. Steve Steinle photo With multi-time NASCAR Fiesta Modified champion Joe Aramendia leading on the ninth lap, Aramendia and current point leader Knowles made heavy contact in turn one with Aramendia spinning to bring out the caution flag. Knowles managed to keep his modified from spinning and motored on. Under the HMP “have-at-it-boys-and-girls” rules, Aramendia was sent to the rear for “causing” the caution and Knowles inherited the lead - at least until Aramendia’s teammate Brian Moczygemba passed him a few laps later. “We have been struggling with our setup a bit, but this time we tried a few different things and we may have hit on something,” Moczygemba said after the win. “Our Aramendia Motorsports crew has been working hard and has never given up. Kyle Sirizzotti made a great change during practice that really woke the car up. Hopefully we can continue making gains.” “It was nice to finally break thru and get the win at HMP,” Moczygemba continued. “We have been in position to win a few races, but due to some circumstances out of our control we haven't been able to finish a lot of these races. The Aramendia Motorsports team (which includes Joe Aramendia) seems to have a target on our back bumpers - and for good reason since we swept last weekend and I got the win this time. Unfortunately the rain came and we didn’t get a chance to sweep again this time.” NASCAR Fiesta Modifieds “Fiesta Mart 40” results 1. 50 Brian Moczygemba, 40 laps 2. 51 Zach Knowles, 40 3. 54 Clayton Green, 40 4. 03 Brandon Kelley, 40 5. 13 Ian Webster, 40 6. 33 Jason Morman, 40 7. 38 Craig Sellman, 40 8. 7 Brian Otts, 40 9. 88 Larry Hughes, 40 10. 4 Michael Kourkoubes, 38 11. 79 Joe Aramendia, DQ NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks NASCAR BWFS Coke Truck driver David Webster, who is locked in a tight, three-way battle with current point leader Charles Evans, Jr and Mason Teague for the division’s NASCAR championship, picked up a few points on both as he held off the pair to win the “Coca-Cola 30” Saturday at the pristine, 3/8-mile concrete/asphalt oval. Steve Steinle photo Webster, who started the 30-lapper from the second row of the 16-truck field, worked his way past early leader Mike Coursey and then watched in his mirror as Teague, and then Evans, picked up spots to make it a three-way battle for the checkered. “It felt great to win on my birthday,” Webster said. “The race went as planned until about seven laps from the end when the truck started having major brake issues. It felt like I was going to lose a front rotor, but I limped it to the checkers.” When asked about his run for the championship, Webster, who celebrated his birthday on race day, had this to say. “We need to just keep winning races for the next two race nights. With Charles Evans and Mason Teague running so strong it will be a battle till the end. But Eddie (Nastasi) from Nasty Race Cars put a new setup on the truck for this race and that thing came alive.” NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks “Coca-Cola 30” results 1. 13 David Webster, 30 laps 2. 162 Mason Teague, 30 3. 58 Charles Evans, Jr, 30 4. 53 Mike Coursey, 30 5. 16 Jake French, 30 6. 88 Jim Phillips, 30 7. 9 Mason Mitchell, 30 8. 12 Justin Steiner, 30 9. 8 Jim Nides, 30 10. 94 Sean Steiner, 30 11. 77 Cole Miller, 29 12. 68 Laura Lindley, 29 13. 97 Rick Pollaro, 15 14. 50 Travis Benson, 3 15. 15 Mark Lindley, 3 16. 51 Adam Haugh, DQ NASCAR American Muscle Cars Ed Nastasi had it all his way as his two closest competitors, Dale Demski and Tommy Page, Jr, were unable to keep up with the well-respected race car builder. NASCAR American Muscle Cars “Mitchell Motorsports 15” results 1. 31 Ed Nastasi, 15 laps 2. 44 Travis Westell, 15 3. 8 Ed Thompson, 14 4. 28 Dale Demski, DQ 5. 07 Tommy Page, Jr, DQ Eco Stocks The Eco Stocks always put on a good show with lots of beating and banging throughout the field. Taylor Harris got back on the winning track with a hard-fought win over Dave Barton in the first feature while Daniel Bartholomew took the win over Stephen Dalton in the second. EcoStock Feature #1 results 1. 717 Taylor Harris, 15 laps 2. 37 Dave Barton, 15 3. 8 Kit Leslie, 15 4. 1 Chris House, 15 5. 27 Daniel Bartholomew, 15 6. 22 Mitch Lindley, 15 7. 7 Stephen Dalton, 15 8. 21 Shannon Hubbs, 15 9. 93 Kayla King, 14 10. 13 Bedie Sonnier, 3 EcoStock Feature #2 results 1. 27 Daniel Bartholomew, 15 laps 2. 7 Stephen Dalton, 15 3. 717 Taylor Harris, 15 4. 37 Dave Barton, 15 5. 1 Chris House, 15 6. 21 Shannon Hubbs, 15 7. 8 Kit Leslie, 14 8. 93 Kayla King, 14 9. 22 Mitch Lindley, 10 Legends Christopher Hogan got the proverbial broom out for a clean sweep over Cam Mitchell who gave it his best shot in both 20-lap features but was unable to get around Hogan in either race. Legends “Harvey Racing 20” (1st Feature) results 1. 81 Christopher Hogan, 20 laps 2. 18 Cam Mitchell, 20 3. 6 Jake Thomasson, 20 4. 95 David Harvey, 20 5. 63 Brad Harden, 19 6. 24 James Call, 19 Legends “B&R Industries 20” (2nd Feature) results 1. 81 Christopher Hogan, 20 laps 2. 18 Cam Mitchell, 20 3. 24 James Call, 20 4. 95 David Harvey, 20 5. 63 Brad Harden, 6. 6 Jake Thomasson, DQ Bandoleros Bandoleros “TFE Company 15” (1st Feature) results Vinnie Aramendia dominated the Bandoleros in both feature, winning by wide margins in both instances. 1. 79 Vinnie Aramendia, 15 laps 2. 7 Zoey Barker 3. 3 Logan Tunnell 4. 62 Devon Hicks 5. 72 AJ Hicks 6. 6 Ethan Barker 7. 05 Mark Offutt Bandoleros “Harvey Racing 15” (2nd Feature) results 1. 79 Vinnie Aramendia, 15 laps 2. 7 Zoey Barker, 15 3. 72 AJ Hicks, 15 4. 3 Logan Tunnell, 15 5. 6 Ethan Barker, 14 6. 62 Devon Hicks, 1 7. 05 Mark Offutt,
  22. Here's the message from Graham Baker >>>> http://www.lonestarspeedzone.com/topic/63124-e-mount-houston-rd-will-be-closed-for-access-to-hmp-this-weekend/
  23. Just in from Graham Baker: East Mount Houston Rd will be closed West of the track for access to Houston Motorsports Park on Saturday & Sunday. (27th & 28th) from Highway 59 Nth/Eastex Freeway. The only access to Houston Motorsports Park will be via Lockwood off the Beltway, or via N. Lake Houston Parkway off the Beltway. Thank you. Graham Baker
  24. Houston Motorsports Park’s “Fiesta’s Fall Fastival” offers $5 adult tickets and twin NASCAR features this Saturday Houston, TX (September 25, 2014) – Houston Motorsports Park will be running double feature events for all six stock car racing divisions again this Saturday, September 27, 2014, as the NASCAR Stock Car racing season enters the home stretch with only two dates left after this weekend’s “Fiesta’s Fall Fastival.” The super-fast NASCAR Fiesta Modifieds, the highly-competitive NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks, the brand new NASCAR American Muscle Cars plus the fun-to-watch Ecostocks, the INEX-sanctioned Legends and Bandoleros will compete in twin feature events at the 3/8-mile, concrete/asphalt oval located in fast-growing Northeast Houston. With $5 adult tickets being offered at all Houston-area Fiesta Mart stores and with kids 12 and under admitted free and with $1 Cokes, $1 hot dogs and even $1 beer, we’re looking at some seriously-affordable NASCAR racing for the entire family. Although NASCAR racing at HMP always provides plenty of excitement, there will be added drama this Saturday since a trio of drivers competing in the two top NASCAR racing divisions – the NASCAR Fiesta Modifieds and the NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks – are locked in three-way battles for their respective NASCAR Track Championships. Multi-time HMP NASCAR Champion Joe Aramendia, who missed a NASCAR Fiesta Modified points race earlier in the season, is hot on the tail of points-leader Zach Knowles and arch-rival Michael Kourkoubes. “We had handling problems earlier in the year,” Aramendia said when asked about his chances for yet another championship. “But my team has worked their tails off and we’re making up ground on the leaders. If I were them, I’d be watching their mirror because I’m coming.” Likewise, in the NASCAR BWFS Coke Truck championship race, Mason Teague, who also missed a race or two earlier in the year, is closing in on the two point leaders, Charles Evans, Jr, and David Webster. “The plan is to just keep on doing what we’ve been doing,” Teague said. “We try to be consistent and keep winning races. We missed a double-feature night and had mechanical trouble during two races, so the points kind of fell out of our worries.” But the 2009 Thunder Stock champion, 2011 Super Stock champion and 2012 Pro Truck champion at Thunderhill Raceway (now Central Texas Speedway) as well as at HMP, feels he has a good chance, but knows that neither Evans nor Webster will surrender without a fight. “I’ll just continue to drive them (Evans and Webster) how they drive me,” Teague concluded. NASCAR stock car racing at the immaculate, park-like facility will get under way at 6 p.m., which is an hour earlier than the summer schedule and should be taking the last checkered flag around 10 p.m. Houston Motorsports Park is located at 11620 North Lake Houston Parkway in Northeast Houston. The HMP information hotline is 281-458-1972. The HMP email address is events@houstonmotorsportspark.com and the information hotline is 281-458-1972. For more information about Houston Motorsports Park and Saturday’s “Fiesta’s Fall Fastival,” visit www.houstonmotorsportspark.com or look us up on Facebook.
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