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  1. Sirizzotti scores NASCAR Fiesta Modified win first time out at Houston Motorsports Park Houston, TX (September 22, 2014) - After two rainouts in a row, double features for all six Houston Motorsports Park racing divisions were the order of the day at the pristine, 3/8-mile concrete/asphalt oval this past Saturday, September 20, 2014. The three NASCAR-sanctioned classes – NASCAR Fiesta Modifieds, NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks and NASCAR AMCAR muscle cars – as well as the EcoStocks, Legends and Bandoleros enjoyed perfect racing weather (for a change) as they battled for double points and double bragging rights. NASCAR Fiesta Modifieds Kyle Sirizzotti’s first attempt at competing in the top-tier NASCAR Fiesta Modified division at HMP was all he could have hoped for as he took the win in the “Feista Mart 40” over a closely-matched field of low-slung, fire-breathing asphalt modifieds - a class which boasts some of the top racing talent in Texas. Sirizzotti, who started on the inside of row two, worked his way under youngster Ryan Luza for second just before halfway, and then cleanly scooted under race-leader Ian Webster a few laps later for the lead. Despite intense, late-race pressure from Luza and another youngster, Clayton Green, Sirizzotti never bobbled and took the checkered flag by a car-length over Luza, Green, Brian Moczygemba and Michael Kourkoubes. The 40-lapper was caution-free. NASCAR Fiesta Modified “Fiesta Mart 40” results (1st feature) 1. 58 Kyle Sirizzotti, 40 laps 2. 5 Ryan Luza, 40 3. 54 Clayton Green, 40 4. 50 Brian Moczygemba, 40 5. 4 Michael Kourkoubes, 40 6. 51 Zach Knowles, 40 7. 13 Ian Webster, 40 8. 79 Joe Aramendia, 40 9. 03 Brandon Kelley, 40 10. 38 Craig Sellman, 40 11. 7 Brian Otts, 40 12. 33 Jason Morman, 40 13. 6 Wayne Wappes, 39 14. 18 DL Wilson, 14 15. 88 Larry Hughes, 3 In the second NASCAR Fiesta Modified feature -“The World’s Supermarket 40” - multi-time track champion Joe Aramendia used the high side to his advantage the entire 40 laps to edge out teammate Brian Moczgemba by half a car-length for the win. Unlike the first feature, however, this one had some fireworks towards the end involving Aramendia, Zach Knowles and Aramendia’s arch-rival, Michael Kourkoubes. While the story differs depending on who’s telling it, Knowles was a bit quicker than the leader after a late-race caution and give Aramendia a tap or two with the chrome horn without success. But going into turn one a lap later, Knowles gave Aramendia a solid pop and they both slowed to recover. It would have all worked itself out except Kourkoubes was directly behind Knowles at that point and didn’t have time to slow. Kourkoubes got into Knowles hard and Knowles spun while Aramendia and Koukourbes didn’t. Under HMP’s “Have-at-it-Boys-and-Girls” rule, the one who spins to bring out a yellow goes to the back regardless of who was “at fault.” Aramendia went on to win while Kourkoubes finished third after Moczygemba got by him on the white flag lap. Knowles finished eleventh. Fun stuff. NASCAR Fiesta Modified “The World’s Supermarket 40” results (2nd feature) 1. 79 Joe Aramendia, 40 2. 50 Brian Moczygemba, 40 3. 4 Michael Kourkoubes, 40 4. 33 Jason Morman, 40 5. 54 Clayton Green, 40 6. 03 Brandon Kelley, 40 7. 5 Ryan Luza, 40 8. 7 Brian Otts, 40 9. 58 Kyle Sirizzotti, 40 10. 38 Craig Sellman, 40 11. 51 Zach Knowles, 40 12. 13 Ian Webster, 39 13. DL Wilson, 10 14. 88 Larry Hughes, 5 NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks Mason Teague and David Webster each earned narrow, hard-fought NASCAR BWFS Coke Truck victories over Charles Evans, Jr, in the twin features, but it was Evans who came out ahead once the smoke had cleared. Going into the NASCAR Double-Double, Evans had a slim lead in the point standings over Webster, who had an even slimmer lead over Teague. But since Webster finished seventh in the first feature and Teague finishing third behind Evans in the second feature, Evans will pick up a few points over Webster and break more or less even with Teague with only three nights remaining in the HMP NASCAR racing season. NASCAR BWFS Coke Truck “Coca-Cola 30” results (unofficial) results (1st feature) 1. 162 Mason Teague, 30 laps 2. 58 Charles Evans, Jr, 30 3. 16 Jake French, 30 4. 12 Justin Steiner, 30 5. 68 Stephen McCurley, 30 6. 94 Sean Steiner, 30 7. 13 David Webster, 30 8. 77 Cole Miller, 30 9. 15 Mark Lindley, 26 10. 88 Jim Phillips, 25 11. 06 Dale Sheen, 12. 8 Ed Nastasi, 13. 45 Shawn Cannon, 14. 51 Mike Nesloney, NASCAR BWFS Coke Truck “BWFS Industries 30” (unofficial) results (2nd feature) 1. 13 David Webster, 30 laps 2. 58 Charles Evans, Jr, 30 3. 162 Mason Teague, 30 4. 16 Jake French, 30 5. 88 Jim Phillips, 30 6. 68 Stephan McCurley, 30 7. 51 Mike Nesloney, 30 8. 94 Sean Steiner, 30 9. 45 Shawn Cannon, 29 10. 15 Mark Lindley, 29 11. 8 Ed Nastasi, 22 12. 06 Dale Sheen, 11 13. 12 Justin Steiner, NASCAR AMCAR Series There were only four of the newly-formed NASCAR American Muscle Car (AMCAR) Series competitors on hand, but there are more on the way according to HMP officials. In both features Ed Nastasi, driving David Webster’s 2013 championship car, was able to get to the front early and maintain a couple of car lengths on Dale Sheen, driving one of the new-style Camaros, for the duration. NASCAR AMCAR “Mitchell Motorsports 15” results (1st feature) 1. 31 Ed Nastasi, 15 laps 2. 6 Dale Sheen, 15 3. 28 Dale Demski, 15 4. 8 Ed Thompson, 14 NASCAR AMCAR “TFE Company 15” results (2nd feature) 1. 31 Ed Nastasi, 15 laps 2. 6 Dale Sheen, 15 3. 28 Dale Demski, 15 4. 8 Ed Thompson, 10 EcoStocks EcoStock 1st Feature results 1. 37 Beddie Sonnier, 15 laps 2. 27 Daniel Bartholomew, 15 3. 7 Stephen Dalton, 15 4. 21 Shannon Hubbs, 15 5. 717 Taylor Harris, 15 6. 1 Chris House, 15 7. 13 Ian Webster, 15 8. 22 Mitch Lindley,11 9. 86 Nicolas Pawlikowski (DQ) EcoStock 2nd Feature results 1. 27 Daniel Bartholomew, 15 laps 2. 717 Taylor Harris, 15 3. 37 Beddie Sonnier, 15 4. 7 Stephen Dalton, 15 5. 1 Chris House, 15 6. 21 Shannon Hubbs, 15 7. 13 Ian Webster, 15 8. 22 Mitch Lindley, 5 9. 86 Nicolas Pawlikowski, 2 Legends Legends “Harvey Racing 25” 1st feature results (1st feature) 1. 81 Christopher Hogan, 25 2. 308 Curtis Irwin, 25 3. B00 Tyson Goudy, 25 4. 16 Coby Henslee, 25 5. 57 Mathew Barnard, 25 6. 18 Cam Mitchell, 25 7. 24 James Call, 25 8. 95 David Harvey, 23 9. 14 Roger Williams, 23 10. 96 Ethan McMillan, 23 11. 6 Jake Thomasson, 22 12. 27 Colin Lynch, 22 13. 27x Jarod Carpenter, 1 Legends “B & R Industries 25” results (2nd feature) 1. B00 Tyson Goudy, 25 2. 27 Colin Lynch, 25 3. 16 Coby Henslee, 25 4. 308 Curtis Irwin, 25 5. 18 Cam Mitchell, 25 6. 6 Jake Thomasson, 25 7 96 Ehtan McMillan, 25 8. 95 David Harvey, 25 9. 24 James Call, 25 10. 81 Christopher Hogan, 25 11. 14 Roger Williams, 12. 57 Mathew Barnard, Bandoleros Bandoleoro “TFE Company 15” results (1st feature) 1. 1 Dalton Arnold, 15 laps 2. 24 Jon Fernandez, 15 3. 79 Vinnie Aramendia, 15 4. 10 Kaden Honeycutt, 15 5. 48 Gabbie Dubeau, 15 6. 14 JD Legg, 15 7. 62 Devon Hicks, 15 8. 72 AJ Hicks, 13 9. 84 Levi Dubeau, 9 10. 05 Mark Offutt, 9 11. 3 Logan Tunnell, 8 12. 7 Zoey Barker, 2 Bandolero “Harvey Racing 15” results (2nd feature) 1. 10 Kaden Honeycutt, 15 laps 2. 1 Dalton Arnold, 15 3. 24 Jon Fernandez, 15 4. 48 Gabbie Dubeau, 15 5. 79 Vinnie Aramendia, 15 6. 14 JD Legg, 15 7. 84 Levi Dubeau, 15 8. 62 Devon Hicks, 14 9. 7 Zoey Barker, 14 10. 72 AJ Hicks, 12
  2. Here's the link to the story >>> http://www.lonestarspeedzone.com/topic/62987-rescheduled-double-double-set-for-this-saturday-9202014-at-hmp/
  3. Rescheduled “Double-Double” set for this Saturday, 9/20/2014, at Houston Motorsports Park Houston, TX (September 17, 2014) – NASCAR fans and NASCAR stock car racing teams are all hoping the weather will cooperate at Houston Motorsports Park(HMP) this Saturday, September 20, 2014, after two race events in-a-row were canceled due to adverse weather conditions at the beautifully-maintained, 3/8-mile asphalt/concrete oval in Northeast Houston. With only four race nights remaining in HMP 2014 schedule, the “Double-Double” on tap this Saturday could go a long way in deciding the track championships for the three NASCAR-sanctioned weekly classes, as well as the fun-to-watch Eco Stocks, pint-sized Bandoleros, and lightning-quick Legends. The first “Double” means that all six HMP racing divisions – the NASCAR Fiesta Modifieds, the NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks, and the brand new NASCAR American Muscle Cars, the Bandoleros, the fender-banging Eco Stocks and the Legends– will compete in twin feature events. That will mean twice the all-important championship points will be up for grabs this Saturday. HMP Race Director Sarah Mandabach anticipates the top teams contending for the six division championships will be giving it an extra effort as the season enters the home stretch. “When we get to this point in the season, especially with the two recent rainouts, the battle lines have pretty much been drawn and those with championship drams realize that it’s now-or-never,” Mandabach said. “And those teams within striking distance will be taking a few more risks to move closer to those coveted championships.” “On the other hand,” Mandabach continued, “those drivers who are already at the top of the point standings know that there will be folks gunning for them and looking over their shoulder a bit more than usual. It’s been our experience that when ‘conservative drivers’ and ‘going-for-it-drivers’ are on the track at the same time, there’ll be some paint swapping. “ The second “Double” means that the track is offering two adult admissions for the price of one, so NASCAR fans can get two adult tickets for only $12 at the front gate. And, as usual, children 12 and under are admitted free. Couple the low cost of admission with $1 cokes, $1 hot dogs, and $1 beer and the end result is a very inexpensive, very exciting night out for the whole family. NASCAR Fiesta Modifieds In the top-of-the-line NASCAR Fiesta Modifieds, Zach Knowles, Michael Kourkoubes, and multi-time track and state champion Joe Aramendia, are locked in a torrid battle for supremacy. Knowles recently took over the top spot in the point standings from Kourkoubes, but all eyes are on Aramendia who is staging a spirited comeback after struggling earlier in the season. Youngster Clayton Green, fourth in the standings, has shown he’s capable of making up points in a hurry and Jason Morman is always a threat to win on any given night; both will need to put it in overdrive to catch the top three. Top-10 NASCAR Fiesta Modified point standings 1. Zach Knowles, 297 2. Michael Kourkoubes, 284 3. Joe Aramendia, 279 4. Clayton Green, 253 5. Jason Morman, 249 6. Johnny Walker, 202 7. Zak Hausler, 197 8. Brian Moczygemba, 179 9. Larry Hughes, 169 10. Kevin Wiseman, 128 NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks The NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks is more of a war than a battle with Charles Evans, Jr, having to defend his top spot every race from both David Webster and Mason Teague. Teague, who missed a double-feature night earlier in the season, is on a roll and has won the last five NASCAR BWFS Coke events in impressive fashion taking over the third spot in the standings. Webster, who also competes in the NASCAR American Muscle class and leads in their point standings, has shown a lot of muscle lately and is poised to pounce, should Evans have a bad night. Kyle Books and Travis Benson are capable of winning on any given night and should not be counted out of the championship running at this point in the season. Top-10 NASCAR BWFS Coke Truck point standings 1. Charles Evans, Jr, 358 2. David Webster, 315 3. Mason Teague, 305 4. Kyle Books, 292 5. Travis Benson, 285 6. Mike Coursey, 243 7. Jim Phillips, 178 8. Sean-Michael Steiner, 170 9. DL Wilson, 148 10. Justin-Paul Steiner, 131 NASCAR American Muscle Cars David Webster has dominated this NASCAR division for the past couple of years and is a shoe-in to repeat as champion. Webster has won almost every race this season and with his nearest rival, Nathan Demski, out for the remainder of the season with a serious shoulder injury, he seems destined to repeat again this year. This class is really just taking off with new rules and new Camaro/Mustang body styles. Next year there will be plenty of new NASCAR AMCAR teams looking to knock Webster off the top of the chart. Last time out, track owner Graham Baker drove a brand-new NASCAR AMCAR Camaro and proved Webster can be beaten; however, he weighed in a few pounds short during the post race inspection and the win was credited to Webster. Top-10 NASCAR AMCAR point standings 1. David Webster, 214 2. Nathan Demski, 126 3. Tommy Page Jr, 120 4. Dale Demski, 115 5. Roger Hellman, 104 6. Ed Thompson, 62 7. Ed Nastasi, 56 8. John Winne, 32 9. Graham Baker, 30 10. Derek Shumaker, 22 Eco Stocks In the HMP-sanctioned Eco Stock division, it’s a free-for-all as are most of the racers for the four- and six- cylinder stock cars. Any one of the teams near the top five in the point standings is entirely capable of winning the 2014 track championship. Top 10 Eco Stock point standings 1. Danny Bartholomew 340 2. Chris House 310 3. Taylor Harris 293 4. Stephen Dalton 279 5. Kit Leslie 264 6. Dave Barton 229 7. Richard Smith 228 8. Robert Henson 171 9. Bedie Sonnier 171 10. Shannon Hubbs 143 Racing at the park-like facility starts promptly at 7 pm and normally finishes by 10:30 pm. 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 “Double Double Night” visit www.houstonmotorsportspark.com or look us up on Facebook at facebook.com/houstonracing.
  4. Looks just like the schedule for the rain out last weekend. http://houstonmotorsportspark.com/SCHEDULES/2014/SEPT20SCHED.pdf
  5. NASCAR Night with the Skeeters Houston, TX (September 15, 2014) - Houston Motorsports Park has teamed up with the Sugar Land Skeeters baseball team for NASCAR Night Wednesday September 17th. The current points leaders in each division will have their cars on display and be available to sign autographs. Come watch Zach Knowles, Charles Evans Jr., David Webster, Danny Bartholomew, and Chris Hogan as they are honored and throw out a 1st pitch prior to the game. Wear your favorite driver or NASCAR shirt, show your pride, and support your HMP drivers as they introduce the Skeeters fans to racing at HMP. Tickets are only $10 when you use the promo code at www.ticketreturn.com just select the date of 9/17 and use the promo code; nascar . Gates open at 5pm - game starts at 6:05pm.
  6. http://www.lonestarspeedzone.com/topic/62908-hmp-reschedules-rained-out-double-double-to-next-saturday-92014/
  7. Houston Motorsports Park owner Graham Baker has announced that the "Double Double" that was set for September 13 but was canceled due to weather concerns has been rescheduled to September 20. This from Mr. Baker: At racers' and fans' requests, we have rescheduled tomorrow's NASCAR event to next Saturday, 20th. The remaining four NASCAR events will all be double features to help make up for some of our rainouts.
  8. Here's the announcement >>>> http://www.lonestarspeedzone.com/topic/62895-hmp-cancels-double-double-due-to-high-probability-of-wetness/
  9. This from Houston Motorsports Park owner Graham Baker: Because of this weekend's forecast, many racers have stated they won't be attending, which will make for poor car count. So we have reluctantly canceled Friday's practice and Saturday's event. Along with the message, Graham also sent along this graphic from the Weather Channel.
  10. Click on the link for the story >>>> http://www.lonestarspeedzone.com/topic/62869-double-double-saturday-at-houston-motorsports-park-this-saturday-913/
  11. “Double-Double” this Saturday at Houston Motorsports Park as the season enters the home stretch Houston, TX (September 10, 2014) – With only four race nights remaining in the Houston Motorsports Park 2014 schedule, the “Double-Double” on tap this Saturday could go a long way in deciding the track championships for the three NASCAR-sanctioned weekly classes, as well as the fun-to-watch Eco Stocks, pint-sized Bandoleros, and lightning-quick Legends. The first “Double” means that all six HMP racing divisions – the NASCAR Fiesta Modifieds, the NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks, and the brand new NASCAR American Muscle Cars, the Bandoleros, the fender-banging Eco Stocks and the Legends– will compete in twin feature events. That will mean twice the all-important championship points will be up for grabs this Saturday at the beautiful, 3/8-mile asphalt/concrete oval. HMP Race Director Sarah Mandabach anticipates the top teams contending for the six division championships will be giving it an extra effort as the season enters the home stretch. “When we get to this point in the season, the battle lines have pretty much been drawn and those with championship drams realize that it’s now-or-never,” Mandabach said. “And those teams within striking distance will be taking a few more risks to move closer to those coveted championships.” “On the other hand,” Mandabach continued, “those drivers who are already at the top of the point standings know that there will be folks gunning for them and looking over their shoulder a bit more than usual. It’s been our experience that when ‘conservative drivers’ and ‘going-for-it-drivers’ are on the track at the same time, there’ll be some paint swapping. “ The second “Double” means that the track is offering two adult admissions for the price of one, so NASCAR fans can get two adult tickets for only $12 at the front gate. And, as usual, children 12 and under are admitted free. Couple the low cost of admission with $1 cokes, $1 hot dogs, and $1 beer and the end result is a very inexpensive, very exciting night out for the whole family. NASCAR Fiesta Modifieds In the top-of-the-line NASCAR Fiesta Modifieds, Zach Knowles, Michael Kourkoubes, and multi-time track and state champion Joe Aramendia, are locked in a torrid battle for supremacy. Knowles recently took over the top spot in the point standings from Kourkoubes, but all eyes are on Aramendia who is staging a spirited comeback after struggling earlier in the season. Youngster Clayton Green, fourth in the standings, has shown he’s capable of making up points in a hurry and Jason Morman is always a threat to win on any given night; both will need to put it in overdrive to catch the top three. Top-10 NASCAR Fiesta Modified point standings 1. Zach Knowles, 297 2. Michael Kourkoubes, 284 3. Joe Aramendia, 279 4. Clayton Green, 253 5. Jason Morman, 249 6. Johnny Walker, 202 7. Zak Hausler, 197 8. Brian Moczygemba, 179 9. Larry Hughes, 169 10. Kevin Wiseman, 128 NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks The NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks is more of a war than a battle with Charles Evans, Jr, having to defend his top spot every race from both David Webster and Mason Teague. Teague, who missed a double-feature night earlier in the season, is on a roll and has won the last five NASCAR BWFS Coke events in impressive fashion taking over the third spot in the standings. Webster, who also competes in the NASCAR American Muscle class and leads in their point standings, has shown a lot of muscle lately and is poised to pounce, should Evans have a bad night. Kyle Books and Travis Benson are capable of winning on any given night and should not be counted out of the championship running at this point in the season. Top-10 NASCAR BWFS Coke Truck point standings 1. Charles Evans, Jr, 358 2. David Webster, 315 3. Mason Teague, 305 4. Kyle Books, 292 5. Travis Benson, 285 6. Mike Coursey, 243 7. Jim Phillips, 178 8. Sean-Michael Steiner, 170 9. DL Wilson, 148 10. Justin-Paul Steiner, 131 NASCAR American Muscle Cars David Webster has dominated this NASCAR division for the past couple of years and is a shoe-in to repeat as champion. Webster has won almost every race this season and with his nearest rival, Nathan Demski, out for the remainder of the season with a serious shoulder injury, he seems destined to repeat again this year. This class is really just taking off with new rules and new Camaro/Mustang body styles. Next year there will be plenty of new NASCAR AMCAR teams looking to knock Webster off the top of the chart. Last time out, track owner Graham Baker drove a brand-new NASCAR AMCAR Camaro and proved Webster can be beaten; however, he weighed in a few pounds short during the post race inspection and the win was credited to Webster. Top-10 NASCAR AMCAR point standings 1. David Webster, 214 2. Nathan Demski, 126 3. Tommy Page Jr, 120 4. Dale Demski, 115 5. Roger Hellman, 104 6. Ed Thompson, 62 7. Ed Nastasi, 56 8. John Winne, 32 9. Graham Baker, 30 10. Derek Shumaker, 22 Eco Stocks In the HMP-sanctioned Eco Stock division, it’s a free-for-all as are most of the racers for the four- and six- cylinder stock cars. Any one of the teams near the top five in the point standings is entirely capable of winning the 2014 track championship. Top 10 Eco Stock point standings 1. Danny Bartholomew 340 2. Chris House 310 3. Taylor Harris 293 4. Stephen Dalton 279 5. Kit Leslie 264 6. Dave Barton 229 7. Richard Smith 228 8. Robert Henson 171 9. Bedie Sonnier 171 10. Shannon Hubbs 143 Legends Michael Dabney has won every HMP event he has entered this season and has a lock on the championship at this point. 1. Michael Dabney, Jr. 500 2. Christopher Hogan 473 3. Buddy Goudy 433 4. Cam Mitchell 425 5. DeWayne Irwin 419 6. Jake Thomasson 418 7. Blake Mixon 398 8. James Call 374 9. David Harvey 370 10. Tyson Goudy 368 Racing at the park-like facility starts promptly at 7 pm and normally finishes by 10:30 pm. 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 “Double Double Night” visit www.houstonmotorsportspark.com or look us up on Facebook at facebook.com/houstonracing.
  12. Click for the story >>>> http://www.lonestarspeedzone.com/topic/62654-championship-battles-will-rage-during-hmps-fiestas-spectacular/
  13. Championship battles will rage during Houston Motorsports Park’s “Fiesta’s Spectacular” this Saturday Houston, TX (August 27, 2014) – With five race nights remaining in the Houston Motorsports Park 2014 schedule, the season-long battles for the track championships in the three NASCAR-sanctioned weekly classes as well as the fun-to-watch Eco Stocks are far from over. But at the very least the battle lines have been drawn and every race from here on out becomes a do-or-die run for a top finishing spot. And HMP General Manager John Mandabach knows what’s coming next. “This is my favorite part of the season,” Mandabach said. “The time for talk is over and it’s time for the drivers to let it all hang out if they have any hopes of winning a track championship and the prize money that comes with the title. The races this Saturday will be make-it-or-break-it for some and hanging-on-for-dear-life for others, so I’m expecting lots of paint-swapping during the “Fiesta’s Spectacular” feature events.” The “Fiesta Spectacular” is set for this Saturday evening at the beautiful, 3/8-mile asphalt/concrete oval and will feature: - A 75-lap feature (“Fiesta 75”) for the powerful, open-wheeled NASCAR Fiesta Modifieds - A 50-lap feature (“BWFS Industries 50”) for the highly-competitive NASCAR BWFS Trucks - A 30-lap feature (“TFE Company 30”) for the brand-new NASCAR American Muscle Cars - A 15-lap feature for the fun-to-watch, fender-bending Eco Stocks Also on the program are twin feature events for the INEX-sanctioned Legends and Bandoleros. NASCAR Fiesta Modifieds In the top-of the line NASCAR Fiesta Modifieds Zach Knowles, Michael Kourkoubes and multi-time track and state champion Joe Aramendia are locked in a torrid battle for supremacy. Knowles recently took over the top spot in the point standings from Kourkoubes, but all eyes are on Aramendia who is staging a spirited comeback after struggling earlier in the season. Youngster Clayton Green, fourth in the standings, has shown he’s capable of making up points in a hurry and Jason Morman is always a threat to win on any given night. But both will need to put it in overdrive to catch the top three. Top-10 NASCAR Fiesta Modified point standings 1. Zach Knowles, 297 2. Michael Kourkoubes, 284 3. Joe Aramendia, 279 4. Clayton Green, 253 5. Jason Morman, 249 6. Johnny Walker, 202 7. Zak Hausler, 197 8. Brian Moczygemba, 179 9. Larry Hughes, 169 10. Kevin Wiseman, 128 NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks The NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks is more of a war than a battle with Charles Evans, Jr, having to defend his top spot every race from both David Webster and Mason Teague. Teague, who missed a double-feature night earlier in the season, is on a roll and has won the last five NASCAR BWFS Coke events to take over the third spot in the standings. And Teague didn’t just win those five races, he won them convincingly. Webster, who also competes in the NASCAR American Muscle class and leads in their point standings, has shown a lot of muscle lately and is poised to pounce should Evans have a bad night. Kyle Books and Travis Benson are capable of winning on any given night and should not be counted out of the championship running at this point in the season. Top-10 NASCAR BWFS Coke Truck point standings 1. Charles Evans, Jr, 358 2. David Webster, 315 3. Mason Teague, 305 4. Kyle Books, 292 5. Travis Benson, 285 6. Mike Coursey, 243 7. Jim Phillips, 178 8. Sean-Michael Steiner, 170 9. DL Wilson, 148 10. Justin-Paul Steiner, 131 NASCAR American Muscle Cars David Webster has dominated this division for the past couple of years and is a shoe-in to repeat as champion. Webster has won almost every race this season and with his nearest rival, Nathan Demski, out for the remainder of the season with a serious shoulder injury, he seems destined to repeat again this year. But – and this is a big but (no pun intended) – this class is really just taking off with new rules and new Camaro/Mustang body styles. Next year there will be plenty of new NASCAR AMCAR teams looking to knock Webster off the top of the chart. Last time out track owner Graham Baker, driving a brand-new NASCAR AMCAR Camaro, proved that Webster can be beaten, but weighed in a few pounds short during the post race inspection and the win was credited to Webster. Top-10 NASCAR AMCAR point standings 1. David Webster, 214 2. Nathan Demski, 126 3. Tommy Page Jr, 120 4. Dale Demski, 115 5. Roger Hellman, 104 6. Ed Thompson, 62 7. Ed Nastasi, 56 8. John Winne, 32 9. Graham Baker, 30 10. Derek Shumaker, 22 Eco Stocks In the HMP-sanctioned Eco Stock division, it’s a free-for-all as are most of the racers for the four- and six- cylinder stock cars. Any one of the teams near the top five in the point standings is entirely capable of winning the 2014 track championship. Top 10 Eco Stock point standings 1. Danny Bartholomew 340 2. Chris House 310 3. Taylor Harris 293 4. Stephen Dalton 279 5. Kit Leslie 264 6. Dave Barton 229 7. Richard Smith 228 8. Robert Henson 171 9. Bedie Sonnier 171 10. Shannon Hubbs 143 Racing at the park-like facility starts promptly at 7 pm and normally finishes by 10:30 pm. 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 “Double Double Night” visit www.houstonmotorsportspark.com or look us up on Facebook at facebook.com/houstonracing.
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  16. Mason Teague, David Webster, Michael Dabney, Jr, notch twin wins at Houston Motorsports Park’s “Double Double NASCAR Night” Houston, TX (August 18, 2014) – Texas racers know it’s tough to win a feature at Houston Motorsports Park and twice as difficult to win both features on a “Double Double NASCAR Night” at the 3/8-mile paved/concrete oval. But in spite of the odds, NASCAR American Muscle Car driver David Webster pulled of the feat this past Saturday as did NASCAR BWFS Coke Truck driver Mason and Legend hot-shoe Michael Dabney. NASCAR American Muscle Car driver David Webster pulled off the clean sweep over an increasingly competitive AMCAR field in spite of the fact that HMP track owner and former Formula One driver Graham Baker crossed the finish line first in the second AMCAR feature. Baker’s brand new NASCAR AMCAR Camaro was found to be a few pounds light during the post-race tech inspection and Webster was awarded the win. Webster was driving the same Dale Sheen Camaro that propelled him to victory circle two weeks ago rather than his own AMCAR that has pretty much dominated the division over the past couple of seasons. “In the first race (“Mitchell Motorsports 20”) I was pretty confident I would win until towards the end of the race when my carburetor started flooding and my own #31 car driven by Ed Nastasi was on my tail,” the England-born Webster said. “The second race (“TFE Company 20”) I started at the back and had to work my way up to the front, passing my own #31 for second, the 45 year-old explained. “I finally got up to Graham Baker with about five laps to go and waited for him to make a mistake. But he didn't, so I tried to pass him on the outside for the win. But he edged me out at the finish line by a few inches.” “I was quite content to have a photo finish for second behind Mr. Baker, especially since Graham is a former Formula 1 driver and all around great race car driver,” Webster philosophized. “But unfortunately he was bumped in tech for being a little too light.” NASCAR American Muscle Cars "Mitchell Motorsports 20" results 1. 6 David Webster 20 laps 2. 31 Ed Nastasi 20 3. 53 Roger Hellman 20 4. 07 Tommy Page, Jr 20 5. 28 Dale Demski 20 6. 1 Graham Baker 20 7. 8 Ed Thompson 20 8. 15 Zach Nesloney 19 9. 3 Bradley Hellman 19 10. 11 Mark Stevens 18 11. 02 John Cornish 17 NASCAR American Muscle Cars "TFE Company 20" results 1. 6 David Webster 20 laps 2. 31 Ed Nastasi 20 3. 53 Roger Hellman 20 4. 07 Tommy Page, Jr 20 5. 28 Dale Demski 20 6. 8 Ed Thompson 19 7. 3 Bradley Hellman 19 8. 15 Zach Nesloney 19 9. 1 Graham Baker 20 (DQ - too light) Not to be outdone, Mason Teague, who has been on a tear in his white Kies Solutions NASCAR BWFS Coke Truck this season, simply out-drove and out-muscled the very tough competition in truck division in both the ”Coca-Cola 30” and the “BWFS Industries 30.” “It felt great to be the first NASCAR BWFS Coke Truck to win both features on a double-feature night at HMP,” the 25 year-old from Buda, Texas, said. “There's a lot of competition in the truck class and you never know what might happen. But our goal for the Kies Solutions team is to put the truck up front every weekend instead of looking at the points. We’re not chasing a championship. We just want to keep winning races and, like my dad says, where it falls, it falls.” NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks "Coca-Cola 30" results 1. 162 Mason Teague 30 laps 2. 58 Charles Evans, Jr 30 3. 13 David Webster 30 4. 16 Jake French 30 5. 50 Travis Benson 30 6. 06 Dale Sheen 30 7. 77 Cole Miller 29 8. 55 John Winne 29 9. 53 Mike Coursey 23 10. 15 Mark Lindley 23 11. 12 Justin Paul Steiner 10 NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks "BWFS Industries 30" results 1. 162 Mason Teague 30 laps 2. 58 Charles Evans, Jr 30 3. 16 Jake French 30 4. 12 Justin Paul Steiner 30 5. 50 Travis Benson 30 6. 13 David Webster 30 7. 53 Mike Coursey 30 8. 06 Dale Sheen 30 9. 55 John Winne 30 10. 77 Cole Miller 10 Michael Dabney, Jr, has won every Legends race he as entered this season at HMP. And the streak continued Saturday as he made it look easy in winning both the “Harvey Racing 25” and the “B&R Industries 25.” Hunter Lewis did his best to put the pressure on Dabney, but in the end it was not enough. The 25 year old Crandall, Texas, native credits his team for his success. “Team work has been a big key to our success this year,” Dabney said. “We work day in and day out on making all of our cars at BAMF Motorsports the best they can possibly be. When we put our heads together and receive all the feedback from not only me, but from all of our other drivers it really helps us out as a whole.” Legends "Harvey Racing 25" results 1. 50 Michael Dabney,Jr 26 laps 2. 7 Hunter Lewis 26 3. 27 Colin Lynch 26 4. 16 Coby Henslee 26 5. 800 Tyson Goudy 26 6. 81 Christopher Hogan 26 7. 66 Andrew Johnson 26 8. 96 Ethan McMillon 25 9. 308 DeWayne Irwin 25 10. 45 Curtis Irwin 25 11. 24 James Call 24 12. 63 Brad Harden 24 13. 95 David Harvey 22 14. 14 Roger Williams 22 15. 357 Matthew Barnard 0 16. 18 Cam Mitchell 0 17. 6 Jake Thomasson 0 18. 55 Blake Mixon 0 Legends "B&R Industries 25" results 1. 50 Michael Dabney, Jr 25 laps 2. 7 Hunter Lewis 25 3. 16 Coby Henslee 25 4. 357 Matthew Barnard 25 5. 66 Andrew Johnson 25 6. 96 Ethan McMillon 25 7. 308 DeWayne Irwin 25 8. 6 Jake Thomasson 25 9. 27 Colin Lynch 25 10. 45 Curtis Irwin 24 11. 24 James Call 23 12. 63 Brad Harden 22 13. 14 Roger Wiliams 22 14. 800 Tyson Goudy 19 15. 81 Christopher Hogan 2 16. 95 David Harvey 2 In the top-of-the-line NASCAR Fiesta Modifieds, up-and-coming driver Clayton Green and multi-time track champion Joe Aramendia split the twin 40-lap features with Aramendia holding off a determined Michael Kourkoubes in the “The World’s Supermarket 40” and Green beating point-leader Zach Knowles to the checkered in the “Fiesta Mart 40.” NASCAR Fiesta Modifieds "Fiesta Mart 40" results 1. 54 Clayton Green 40 laps 2. 51 Zach Knowles 40 3. 72 Johnny Walker 40 4. 79 Joe Aramendia 40 5. 4 Michael Kourkoubes 40 6. 50 Brian Moczygemba 40 7. 03 Donny Kelley 40 8. 13 Ian Webster 40 9. 6 Wayne Wappes 39 10. 88 Larry Hughes 39 11. 33 Jason Morman 36 12. 18 DL Wilson 6 13. 32 Jason Otts 1 NASCAR Fiesta Modifieds "The World's Supermarket 40" results 1. 79 Joe Aramendia 41 laps 2. 4 Michael Kourkoubes 41 3. 51 Zach Knowles 41 4. 50 Brian Mocygemba 41 5. 13 Ian Webster 41 6. 03 Donny Kelley 41 7. 33 Jason Morman 41 8. 88 Larry Hughes 40 9. 6 Wayne Wappes 40 10. 32 Jason Otts 40 11. 54 Clayton Green 39 12. 72 Johnny Walker 37 13. 5 Garrett Lancaster 37 14. 18 DL Wilson 0 Ian Webster, who is the older brother of David Webster, took the win in the first Eco Stock 15-lap feature over Daniel Bartholomew while Bartholomew reversed the results in the second feature. Eco Stocks 1st Feature results 1. 13 Ian Webster 15 laps 2. 27 Daniel Bartholomew 15 3. 1 Chris House 15 4. 8 Kit Leslie 15 5. 717 Taylor Harris 15 6. 21 Shannon Hubbs 15 7. 37 Bedie Sonnier 15 8. 22 Mitch Lindley 15 9. 137 Dave Barton 15 10. 7 Stephen Dalton 14 11. 51 Jeff Lenick 14 12. 73 David King 14 13. 93 Kayla King 6 14. 281 Benson Binford 5 15. 127 Shaun House 3 16 86 Nicholas Pawlikowski 15 (DQ for illegal rims) Eco Stocks 2nd Feature results 1. 27 Daniel Bartholomew 15 laps 2. 13 Ian Webster 15 3. 717 Taylor Harris 15 4. 86 Nicholas Pawlikowski 15 5. 7 Stephen Dalton 15 6. 137 Dave Barton 15 7. 1 Chris House 15 8. 37 Bedie Sonnier 15 9. 8 Kit Leslie 15 10. 21 Shannon Hubbs 15 11. 51 Jeff Lenick 15 12. 93 Kayla King 14 13. 22 Mitch Lindley 9 14. 127 Shaun House 1 Dalton Arnold was able to hold of Kaden Honeycutt in the “TFE Company 15,” but finished second to fast-improving Vinnie Aramendia in the “Harvey Racing 15.” Bandolero "TFE Company 15” results 1. 1 Dalton Arnold 15 laps 2. 10 Kaden Honeycutt 15 3. 84 Levi Dubeau 15 4. 79 Vinnie Aramendia 15 5. 48 Gabbie Dubeau 15 6. 14 JD Legg 15 7. 7 Zoey Barker 15 8. 72 AJ Hicks 14 9. 6 Ethan Barker 14 10. 62 Devon Hicks 14 11. 24 Jon Fernandez 11 12. 05 Mark Offutt 7 Bandolero "Harvey Racing 15" results 1. 10 Kaden Honeycutt, 15 laps 2. 79 Vinnie Aramendia 15 3. 84 Levi Dubeau 15 4. 24 Jon Fernandez 15 5. 48 Gabbie Dubeau 15 6. 14 JD Legg 15 7. 1 Dalton Arnold 15 8. 05 Mark Offutt 15 9. 7 Zoey Barker 15 10. 62 Devon Hicks 15 11. Ethan Barker 14 12. 72 AJ Hicks 14 The “Fiesta Spectacular” is up next on August 30, 2014, at the “Palace of Power” with $5 adult admission tickets available only at Houston area Fiesta Mart stores. As always, children 12 or younger are admitted without charge. Houston Motorsports Park is located at 11620 North Lake Houston Parkway in Northeast Houston. The HMP email address is events@houstonmotorsportspark.com. The HMP information hotline is 281-458-1972. For more information about Houston Motorsports Park and the upcoming “Double Double Night” visit www.houstonmotorsportspark.com or look us up on Facebook at facebook.com/houstonracing.
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  18. “Double Double NASCAR Night” this Saturday at Houston Motorsports Park as NASCAR Fiesta Modified championship battle rages Houston, TX (August 13, 2014) – Twin feature events for all six Houston Motorsports Park stock car racing classes are set for this Saturday, August 16, at the well-groomed, NASCAR sanctioned, 3/8-mile oval in Northeast Houston. Double features mean twice the chance for race teams to gain – or lose - valuable championship points as the battle for supremacy in several classes intensifies at the “Palace of Power.” As the season looks towards its last few race nights, it would not be surprising if this event goes a long way towards deciding who will reign supreme after the dust has settled in October. “Double Double NASCAR Night “also means double value for NASCAR fans since the track will be offering two adult admissions for price of one $12 adult admission. And since children 12 and under are admitted without charge, and since hot dogs, cokes and beer are only one dollar, an action-packed NASCAR family night at HMP becomes very affordable. NASCAR Fiesta Modified drivers Zach Knowles, who took over the points lead from Michael Kourkoubes after Kourkoubes ran into trouble two weeks ago, Jason Morman, Zak Hausler and Joe Aramendia are locked in a fierce battle for the 2014 championship with just a few points separating the quintet. Kourkoubes, who has enjoyed the top spot in the Modified standings for most of the season, is feeling the heat from several drivers who are mounting championship runs going into Saturday’s twin 40-lap main events. Steve Steinle photo “Joe Aramendia is always tough competition and is always a threat to win,” Kourkoubes said when asked about the pack at nipping at his heels. “He’s won lots of championships and he knows what it takes to earn that trophy and the prize money that goes with it, but Zach Knowles has been very consistent this year and has been hard to beat as well - and now I’m chasing him after my wreck two weeks ago.” And as if to underscore the fact that the championship is indeed up for grabs, Kourkoubes quickly identified several other contenders who surely will be heard from before the season is over in October. “Jason Morman has been running pretty consistent and is in the top five in points as well. And Brian Moczygemba and Johnny Walker are always threats to win this year, but both have had some bad luck thus far. I also feel that Clayton Green is getting stronger every race and his time is coming soon. I have a lot of respect for all the guys and enjoy racing with them all,” Kourkoubes concluded. In the NASCAR BWFS Coke Truck class, there is also a multi-driver struggle for the top spot. Charles Evans, Jr, is on top for the moment, but Kyle Books , David Webster, Travis Benson , Mason Teague and Mike Coursey are all well within striking distance . Look for any one of these drivers to move up the list on Saturday - especially with double points on the line in their twin 30-lap feature events. The American Muscle Car (AMCAR) division is the fastest-growing NASCAR sanctioned class at HMP with several of the Mustang/Camaro-bodied stock cars making their debut over the past two race events. They will be competing in two TFE Company-sponsored 20-lap feature races. Last time out David Webster drove the brand new Dale Sheen AMCAR Camaro to victory circle after dueling with another new AMCAR Camaro driven by Derek Shumaker. Steve Steinle photo “I am pleased that the new AMCAR class is gaining some traction here at the Palace of Power,” said HMP General Manager John Mandabach. “We anticipate that at least three, and possibly four, of the new AMCAR s will be running with us this weekend. Those cars look sharp and our NASCAR fans love sharp-looking, fast race cars. ” Also on tap are double 25-lap features for the Legends, twin 15-lap events for the rough-and-tumble Eco Stocks and two 15-lappers for the quick little Bandoleros. Racing at the park-like facility starts promptly at 7 pm and normally finishes by 10:30 pm. 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 “Double Double Night” visit www.houstonmotorsportspark.com or look us up on Facebook at facebook.com/houstonracing.
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  20. Aramendia, Teague sizzle at Houston Motorsports Park’s “Fiesta’s Summer Sizzler” Houston, TX (August 5, 2014) – NASCAR Fiesta Modified driver Joe Aramendia took command of the “Fiesta Mart 75” early and roared off to a convincing win at Houston Motorsports Park Saturday before one of the largest crowds of the season. Steve Steinle photo The multi-time track champion had been struggling with a recurring handling issue most of the season with his Premier Minerals/RPM Equipment ride, but his low-slung modified was on rails this time out. “My awesome team found a problem in the front end, and if anyone thinks we’re out of the championship hunt, they had better think again,” Aramendia said after Saturday’s win at the immaculate 3/8-mile paved/concrete oval known as the “Palace of Power.” “That was as good a ride as I could ever ask for – unless the track gives us stickier tires,” Aramendia said, only half-joking. NASCAR Fiesta Modified point-leader Michael Kourkoubes’ night ended early. “I wound up getting involved in an incident involving two other drivers,” Kourkoubes said. “It hurt the Tommy Vaughn Ford modified pretty bad, but we’re taking it to John Heil at BMF Motorsports. He’ll get it straight again and we’ll be ready for the “Double Double” in two weeks.” With Kourkoubes misfortune, Zach Knowles, who finished second to Aramendia, took over the top spot in the championship standings. Youngster Clayton Green, veteran Jason Morman and Brian Moczygemba, who is Aramendia’s teammate, rounded out the top five. NASCAR Fiesta Modifieds “Fiesta Mart 75” results 1. 79 Joe Aramendia 75 laps 2. 51 Zach Knowles 75 3. 54 Clayton Green 75 4. 33 Jason Morman 75 5. 50 Brian Moczygemba 75 6. 03 Brandon Kelley 74 7. 88 Larry Hughes 74 8. 6 Wayne Wappes 72 9. 30 Jake Kruger 25 10. 15 Garret Lancaster 22 11. 4 Michael Kourkoubes 22 12. 7 Brian Otts 6 NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks recap Third-generation driver Mason Teague resumed his winning ways in the highly- competitive NASCAR BWFS Coke Truck division, fending off challenges from several drivers during the “BWFS Industries 50” for his fifth victory of the season. Steve Steinle photo “I started fourth behind three of the top NASCAR BWFS Coke drivers,” Teague said when asked about his hard-fought run to the front. “And two of them were trucks that seem to have magnets for my truck this season. So there was no telling what was going to happen. But with a little door-rubbing and paint-swapping I managed to get the Kies Solutions Chevy into victory lane for the fifth time this year. “ Teague’s grandfather, former San Antonio Speedway standout Butch Teague who lives out of state, was there to witness the win. “It felt really good to win since my grandpa got to watch,” the younger Teague said. “I hadn’t seen him in two years, so I let him take the trophy back with him to Indiana.” David Webster, Charles Evans, Jr, Kyle Books and Mike Coursey rounded out the top five. NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks “BWFS Industries 50” results 1. 162 Mason Teague 50 laps 2. 13 David Webster 50 3. 58 Charles Evans Jr. 50 4. 17 Kyle Books 50 5. 53 Mike Coursey 50 6. 61 Arden Smith 50 7. 50 Travis Benson 50 8. 15 Mark Lindley 50 9. 55 John Winne 49 10. 77 Cole Miller 49 11. 11 James Cates 48 12. 94 Sean-Michael Steiner 39 13. 18 Mike Kressley 34 14. 68 Lori Lindley 21 15. 88 Jim Phillips 18 16. 6 DL Wilson 15 17. 06 Dale Sheen 4 NASCAR American Muscle Cars recap Even though he was driving a brand-new NASCAR American Muscle Cars (AMCAR) ride owned by Dale Sheen, David Webster beat Derek Shumaker (also in a new AMCAR) and Ed Nastasi, driving Webster’s regular ride, to the checkered flag. With the win Webster extended his seemingly-insurmountable championship points lead over Nathan Demski, who finished sixth. Steve Steinle photo Steve Steinle photo Tommy Page came home fourth followed by track owner and former Formula 1 driver Graham Baker – also in a shiny new AMCAR. NASCAR American Muscle Cars “TFE Company 30” results 1. 6 David Webster 30 laps 2. 54 Derek Shumaker 30 3. 31 Ed Nastasi 30 4. 07 Tommy Page Jr. 30 5. 1 Graham Baker 30 6. 18 Nathan Demski 30 7. 28 Dale Demski 30 8. 8 Ed Thompson 28 9. 53 Roger Hellman 27 10. 02 John Cornish 24 11. 15 Mike Nesloney 11 12. 3 Brad Dixon 10 DCRST recap In their only appearance of the season at HMP, the Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas (DCRST) put on a dynamite show with crowd-pleasing door-to-door racing throughout the thirteen-car field. DCRST Dwarf Cars 25-lap feature results 1. 88 Rusty Young 25 laps 2. 20 Ryan Stoy 25 3. 72 Arden Vikre 25 4. 3 Kevin Hubbard 25 5. 14 Dwain Groff 25 6. 28 Rodney Rodriguez 25 7. 31 Russell Rust 25 8. 5 Jim Kritikos 25 9. 09 Grant Prejean 25 10. 40 Michael Goulais 25 11. 27 Butch Havelka 17 12. 86 Chris Silvas, Jr. 2 13. 85 Chris Silvas, Sr. Eco Stock recap In the Eco Stock 20-lap feature, Richard Fitch again prevailed, this time over Dave Barton, Daniel Bartholomew, Kit Leslie and Chris House. Eco Stocks 20-lap feature results 1. 07 Richard Fitch 20 laps 2. 137 Dave Barton 20 3. 27 Daniel Bartholomew 20 4. 8 Kit Leslie 20 5. 1 Chris House 20 6. 007 Calvin Fitch 20 7. 717 Taylor Harris 20 8. 37 Bedie Sonnier 20 9. 93 Kayla King 18 10. 127 Shaun House 18 11. 7 Stephen Dalton 18 12. 21 Shannon Hubbs 17 13. 22 Mitch Lindley 16 14. 51 Jeffrey Lenick 8 15. 36 Matt Lindley 4 Up next on August 16, 2014, the “Palace of Power” will feature a “Double Double Night,” which means Double features for all NASCAR classes and two adult admissions for the price of one at the spectator gate. Double features nights nearly always mean double excitement, and this one should be no exception as the season passes the half-way point. Houston Motorsports Park is located at 11620 North Lake Houston Parkway in Northeast Houston. The HMP email address is events@houstonmotorsportspark.com. The HMP information hotline is 281-458-1972. For more information about Houston Motorsports Park and the upcoming “Double Double Night” visit www.houstonmotorsportspark.com or look us up on Facebook at facebook.com/houstonracing.
  21. ‘Fiesta’s Summer Sizzler’ to turn up the heat at Houston Motorsports Park this Saturday Houston, TX (July 28, 2014) – The NASCAR Stock Car racing action should be as hot as the Texas mid-summer sun this Saturday at Houston Motorsports Park - better known as the ‘Palace of Power.’ With the weather not cooperating two weeks ago at the immaculate 3/8-mile paved/concrete oval, it has been almost a month since NASCAR racers and fans have had their ‘racing fix.’ And if you’ve been around stock car racing for very long, you know that translates to intense on-track action is a sure thing as drivers try to make up for lost time. “You can count on it,” said HMP’s General Manager and Promoter John Mandabach. “When these guys and gals miss a race date, they’re fired up and ready to swap paint once the green flag flies. We look for a lot of hard-nosed, door-to-door racing this Saturday.” Along with the long layoff, the season championship battles are becoming more and more a factor as the number of race dates remaining on the 2014 NASCAR schedule dwindles. “The battle lines are pretty much drawn in all three NASCAR divisions and the Eco Stocks, Legends and Bandoleros as well,” observed HMP Race Director Sarah Baker Mandabach. “There are a few drivers who normally are at the top of the standings at this point in the season who will be anxious to close the gap on the competition this Saturday. “ Indeed, perennial NASCAR Fiesta Modified champion Joe Aramendia is uncharacteristically in fifth place behind point leaders Michael Kourkoubes, Zach Knowles, Jason Morman and Zak Hausler with half the season already in the books. Steve Steinle photo “We’ve been struggling with the car, that’s for sure, and we missed a race early in the season. And we got caught up in someone else’s mess early in the last race,” Aramendia said when asked about his season so far. “But we’re far from out of it - I can assure you of that.” Aramendia explained that after the aforementioned wreck early in the last HMP event, they took the car apart and while putting it back together they discovered what was ailing their NASCAR Fiesta Modified. “I’m not going to divulge what we learned, but we found a couple of things that were causing the handling problems we were struggling with in the front end of the car,” explained the San Antonio native who has a trophy room full of championship hardware. “We ran very strong at Kyle (Central Texas Speedway) after fixing the problems and we were really pumped about racing at HMP two weeks ago and were disappointed about the “Double Double” rained out,” Aramendia said. “If anyone thinks I’m out of the running for the championship this year, they had better think again. A couple of wins and a bonus point or two and we’re back in the hunt and they will be chasing us!” Aramendia and the rest of the NASCAR Fiesta Modified drivers will have ample opportunity to rearrange the point standings during their 75-lap feature event – the “Fiesta Mart 75” - on Saturday. In the highly competitive NASCAR BWFS Coke Truck division, steady Kyle Books, veteran David Webster, young Travis Benson and hard-charging Mason Teague are all in position to make a run at point-leader Charles Evans, Jr, in Saturday’s “BWFS Industries 50.” NASCAR fans will also be treated to a 30-lap main event – “The TFE Company 30” - for the NASCAR American Muscle Cars (AMCAR), a 20-lap feature for the always-rowdy Eco Stocks and a 25-lap special event featuring the Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas (DCRST) dwarf cars. With $5 adult tickets available at any Houston-area Fiesta Mart and with children 12 and under admitted free, HMP will be the place to be this weekend. Add those low admission prices to the $1 hot dogs, $1 cokes and $1 beer and you are looking at a very affordable, fender-banging night of family fun at the Palace of Power. Racing action at the park-like facility starts promptly at 7 pm and normally finishes by 10:30 pm. Houston Motorsports Park is located at 11620 North Lake Houston Parkway in Northeast Houston. The track can be reached via their email address, events@houstonmotorsportspark.com, by calling their information hotline, 281-458-1972, or via Facebook. For more information about Houston Motorsports Park and Saturday’s “Fiesta’s Summer Sizzler” visit www.houstonmotorsportspark.com or look us up on Facebook at facebook.com/houstonracing.
  22. Houston Motorsports Park has announced that their "Double Double NASCAR Night" show has been cancelled due to weather concerns: Due to the bad forecast and the number of race teams that travel long distances, HMP has cancelled Saturday's Double Double NASCAR Night.
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  24. “Double Double NASCAR Night” means Double Action at Houston Motorsports Park this Saturday Houston, TX (July 15, 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. This gives drivers twice as many chances to swap paint on the tight, 3/8-mile paved oval known as the “Palace of Power.” And if history is any indicator, there surely will be plenty of not-so-friendly paint swapping before the last checkered flag flies. The other “Double” of the “Double Double” means double value for NASCAR fans with two adult admissions for price of one $12 adult admission. Add those savings to the fact that children 12 and under are free and that hot dogs, cokes and beer are only one dollar each and you have a very affordable recipe for an exciting family night out. Of course, double features also means double points for drivers as they race for championship honors and prize money at the end of the NASCAR season in their respective classes. Michael Kourkoubes is on a roll in the NASCAR Fiesta Modified division, winning two of the three most recent feature events for the super-quick, ground-hugging Modifieds, but is only leading in the point standings by a scant nine points over steady Zach Knowles and by 27 points over veteran Jason Morman. Besides Knowles and Morman, there are a dozen, or more Modified drivers capable of winning one or both of the twin features including Zak Hausler, Joe Aramendia, Johnny Walker and, well, nearly the whole roster. Look for the NASCAR Fiesta Modified point standings to get re-arranged this Saturday. In the NASCAR BWFS Coke Truck class, there is a six-driver battle for the top spot. Charles Evans, Jr, is on top for the moment, but Kyle Books , David Webster, Travis Benson , Mason Teague and Mike Coursey are all well within striking distance as we approach the halfway point in the season. Look for any one of these drivers to move up the list on Saturday. Last time out (July 5) race fans witnessed the long-awaited debut of a “new style” NASCAR American Muscle Car (AMCAR) in the newly-created NASCAR division at HMP. Clayton Green, in a sharp-looking new Camaro built by his father and veteran-driver Steve Green, finished third in the feature behind points-leader David Webster and Nathan Demski. Green was battling Demski for second at one point and the car looked fast down the straights. “That was our first time out with the car and we need to work on the setup a little more,” the 17 year-old Green said. “I know it’s going to be plenty fast once we get it dialed in and we’re looking to win with it this week.” Also on tap are double 25-lap features for the Legends, twin 15-lap events for the rough-and-tumble Eco Stocks and two 15-lappers for the quick little Bandoleros. Racing at the park-like facility starts promptly at 7 pm and normally finishes by 10:30 pm. 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 “Double Double NASCAR Night” visit www.houstonmotorsportspark.com or look us up on Facebook at facebook.com/houstonracing.
  25. NASCAR Fiesta Modifieds "Fiesta Mart 75" 1. 4 Michael Kourkoubes 75 2. 50 Brian Moczygemba 75 3. 51 Zach Knowles 75 4. 33 Jason Morman 75 5. 54 Clayton Green 75 6. 38 Craig Sellman 74 7. 28 Kevin Wiseman 74 8. 03 Brandon Kelley 74 9. 6 Wayne Wappes 73 10. 88 Larry Hughes 73 11. 66 Logan Bearden 64 12. 72 Johnny Walker 58 13. 79 Joe Aramendia 58 14. 5 Zak Hausler 22 NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks "BWFS Industries 50" 1. 162 Mason Teague 49 2. 17 Kyle Books 49 3. 13 David Webster 49 4. 16 Jake French 49 5. 88 Jim Phillips 49 6. 50 Travis Benson 49 7. 53 Mike Coursey 49 8. 18 Mike Kressley 49 9. 15 Mark Lindley 49 10. 77 Cole Miller 49 11. 8 Jim Nides 49 12. 94 Sean-Michael Steiner 48 13. 58 Charles Evans Jr. 44 14. 79 Michael Villarreal 40 15. 68 Lori Lindley 8 NASCAR American Muscle Cars "TFE Company 25" 1. 31 David Webster 25 2. 18 Nathan Demski 25 3. 54 Clayton Green 25 4. 28 Dale Demski 25 5. 02 John Cornish Jr. 19 Eco Stock feature 1. 4 Robert Henson 20 2. 1 Chris House 20 3. 27 Daniel Bartholomew 20 4. 20 Jamie Hubbs 20 5. 37 Bedie Sonnier 20 6. 22 Mitch Lindley 20 7. 127 Shaun House 20 8. 60 Joseph Smith 20 9. 51 Jeff Lenick 20 10. 73 David King 20 11. 57 Richard Smith Sr. 18 12. 717 Taylor Harris 12 13. 8 Kit Leslie 5 14. 36 Matt Lindley 5 15. 21 Shannon Hubbs 2 DQ 18 Chad Fuselier Legend feature 1. 50 Michael Dabney Jr. 25 2. 81 Christopher Hogan 25 3. 800 Tyson Goudy 25 4. 18 Cam Mitchell 25 5. 6 Jake Thomasson 25 6. 308 DeWayne Irwin 25 7. 00 Buddy Goudy 25 8. 16 Coby Henslee 24 9. 55 Blake Mixon 24 10. 99 Randy Yates 24 11. 95 David Harvey Jr. 23 12. 24 James Call 23 13. 45 Curtis Irwin 20 Heat Race winner Michael Dabney, Jr Bandolero feature 1. 1 Dalton Arnold 15 2. 24 Jon Fernandez 15 3. 79 Vinnie Aramendia 15 4. 84 Levi Dubeau 15 5. 7 Zoey Barker 15 6. 62 Devon Hicks 15 7. 33 Cole Tipton 15 8. 05 Mark Offutt 15 9. 3 Logan Tunnell 15 10. 48 Gabbie Dubeau 15 11. 72 AJ Hicks 14 12. 10 Kaden Honeycutt 7 13. 14 JD Legg 7 Heat Race winner Jon Fernandez
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