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  1. I-37 Speedway updates 7-27-19

    Street Stock heat Heat 1 41 Wade Jones 4t Mike Trigg 22m Anthony Gordon 81 Tont Bernal 20 Mike Lyon 95s Sterling Tausch 33h CodyHenderson 14Doug Heald---dns
  2. Limited Late Model Grudge Race @ I-37 Speedway by R&M Promotions, 5/15/19 By JM Hallas Pleasanton, TX.,(June, 15th, 2019) Saturday night was the first of four class 'Grudge Races' on the ¼ mile, semi-banked, dirt track near San Antonio. The four drivers, selected by fan vote, went at it with the winner going on to the final match up between the class winners. Tonight it was the Limited Late Models showdown between Tommy Grimes, Frank Okruhlik, Howie Marcx and Jason Kelly. In the coming weeks the other matches will be run to determine the final shootout slate of drivers. June 29th the Sport Modifieds will have their four fan favorites in action to see who moves on to the finals. The Street Stocks and IMCA Modifieds are scheduled for July. With the Street Stocks and Go-Karts off tonight the race card featured the IMCA Modifieds, Sport Modifieds, Limited Late Models, Pure Stocks and Sport Compacts. Green for Green Defending track champ, Rick Green(Liberty Hill) took home the IMCA Modified feature win on a tricky track. The first half of the scheduled 20 lapper saw 7 cautions in six completed laps due to spins and an opening lap crash that saw Marlin Samford get turned from the pole collecting his son, James Samford and Greg Dinsmore Justin Delgado was able to lead the first lap giving way to Landon Bednarz on lap 2. Patiently working through the melees, Green made his way up to pressure Bednarz for the lead. Green got under Bednarz to take the point on lap 6 with the race now reduced to 15-laps on time. The final half saw no more issues with Green holding off Dillon Tindall while Bednarz and Jamie Campbell, both recovering from spins, had a spirited battle swapping fourth. Coming to the checkers it was Green in the Green Construction, Nate Mare Wraps, Chris Carroll Construction, crate powered, 2018 BMS Chassis taking the win by a handful of car lengths. “It seemed like I passed the 16 car four times with all those cautions,” exclaimed Green. “I didn't realize all those people were having so much trouble with turns 3-4. They said I was about the only one that didn't spin out. Even when I was coming to the checkers the 151 spun in front of me. I was thinking you've got to be kidding me. I avoided him and it's all good.” “I was just on cruise control once I got the lead. I wasn't feeling any pressure and was pretty sure the line I was running was the one that was the best, for me. I didn't do a lot of changes between the heat and feature for the difference in the track and it looks like no else did either. I did a minor change and just tip-toed through the corners and got going on the straightaways pretty good.” “I was disciplined enough with my experience to not get on the throttle hard. I could hear the other guys spinning the tires when I got beside them. With the crate motor now it's more about keeping your momentum up. That's why you see a lot more cautions, people are just staying in the gas. I've lost a few races this year because I didn't just go for it right away. I've been letting it sort itself out.” Simpson Race Products IMCA Modifieds 82 Rick Green, 86 Dillon Tindall, 137 Bill Pittaway, 29 Jamie Campbell, 16 Landon Bednarz, 151 Chris Jones, 31 Marlin Samford, 27 Justin Delgado, 6b Ellis Tracy, 2j James Samford, 8g Greg Dinsmore IMCA Modified heats Heat 1; 86 Dillon Tindall, 137 Bill Pittaway, 27 Justin Delgado, 6b Ellis Tracy, 8g Greg Dinsmore, 2j James Samford Heat 2; 29 Jamie Campbell, 82 Rick Green, 16 Landon Bednarz, 31m Marlin Samford, 151 Chris Jones Torres Snake Charmer in Sport Modifieds For a guy being deathly afraid of snakes, Johnny Torres(La Vernia) has been finding snakes skins inside the shop and his car. In both cases he's turned that into a weekend win at the track. Tonight J. Torres went flag to flag for the victory in the Sport Modified 20-lap feature. Frank Okruhlik led into turn 1 at the start, but it was J. Torres off turn 2 getting the top spot. Okruhlik fell in line behind J. Torres with Allen Torres, Trent Beaver and Rusty Head in tow. Beaver and A. Torres then began a side by side battle for third while Marcus Mikulencak worked his way up getting fifth from Talon Minten. Mikulencak continued his march forward taking fourth from A. Torres. At halfway it was J. Torres, pulling away, Okruhlik, Beaver, Mikulencak and A. Torres in the top five. Mikulencak would pick off third when Beaver did a half spin, but continue. As the final laps clicked off J. Torres continued to increase his margin over Okruhlik, who had Mikulencak closing. As the white was shown J. Torres had a full straightaway lead in his Scott Ball Racing, Alamo Hot Rod Parts, Sundowner Diesel Performance, Batek & Robinson Attorneys at Law, All in Designs, Carroll Construction, Mission Auto Parts, 8T1 Construction, Swenson Racing Shocks, Fletchers Race Engines, IRP Chassis, easily taking the win. “Running so early in the night I was pretty unsure of what changes to make to the car,” said Torres. So I went kind of in the middle of what I normally do for dry to tacky and the car was great.” “I really want to thank Brandy for putting up with all the time I spend at the shop, then coming out here and getting her hands dirty.” There's unconfirmed rumors that Brandy is also in charge of snake removal. Swenson Racing Products Sport Modifieds 66 Johnny Torres, 08 Frank Okruhlik, 03 Marcus Mikulencak, 14 Trent Beaver, 94 Allen Torres, 55 Rusty Head, 7d Derrick Gonzalez, 51 Jeremy Hernandez, 2 Talon Minten, 11t Tom Grothues---dns Sport Modified heats Heat 1; 11t Tom Grothues, 08 Frank Okruhlik, 55 Rusty Head, 14 Trent Beaver, 51 Jeremy Hernandez Heat 2; 66 Johnny Torres, 94 Allen Torres, 2 Talon Minten, 03 Marcus Mikulencak, 7d Derrick Gonzalez Okruhlik Outlasts Field for Limited Late Model Tally Rebounding from a spin and loss in the Grudge Race, Frank Okruhlik(San Antonio) held off a hard charging Tommy Grimes for the 20-lap Limited Late Model win. On green, Grimes got the jump into turn 1, but Okruhlik ducked low off torn 4 to get the lead with Grimes on his tail. Red was shown on lap 1 when Jeremy Hernandez and Howie Marcx made contact sending both over the turn 2 hill. Both were alright, but done for the night. Back to green Okruhlik and Grimes took off leaving Jason Kelly, John Kelly sr. and Jacob Crow battling for third. The top five at halfway were Okruhlik, Grimes, Ja. Kelly, Jo. Kelly and Crow. While battling for third with Ja. Kelly, Jo. Kelly spun setting up a late caution. Grimes stayed hooked to Okruhliks bumper on green, but Okruhlik would be able to inch away in the finals lap for the win the Henderson Motorsports, Mission Racing, Late Model. “Running two classes gives me some help,” explained Okruhlik. “There's really not much I can use going from a Late Model to a Sport Modified. It just gives me an idea what the track is doing. Usually the Late Models run early in the night, but it tonight it was different.” Nogalitos Gear Limited Late Models 99 Frank Okruhlik, 22t Tommy Grimes, 57 Jason Kelly, 8 Jacob Crow, 22p Michale Pesek, 18 Shane Moore, 57sr John Kelly sr., 42 Ron Sprayue, 3 Sammy Smith, 6p Jeremy Hernandez, 13 Howie Marcx, 43 Aaron Leddy---dns Grimes Grabs Grudge Shootout At the start of the 8-lap shootout Grimes and Okruhlik stayed door to door through turns 1-2 and down the back stretch. Going into turn 3 Okruhlik would loop it for a caution. Back under green Okruhlik worked his way back up but could not catch Grimes in the Tracy Rail Service, Howell Crane & Rigging, All in Designs, Longs Race Engines, Shaw Chassis who would score the victory. Limited Late Model Grudge Race 22t Tommy Grimes, 99 Frank Okruhlik, 57 Jason Kelly, 13 Howie Marcx Limited Late Model heats Heat 1; 22t Tommy Grimes, 99f Frank Okruhlik, 8 Jacob Crow, 13 Howie Marcx, 22p Michale Pesek, 3 Sammy Smith Heat 2; 57 Jason Kelly, 6p Jeremy Hernandez, 57sr John Kelly sr., 18 Shane Moore, 43 Aaron Leddy, 42 Ron Sprayue---dns Gaither Gathers First Pure Stock Pay Day It's been a while since Dillon Gaither(Floresville) has found his way into victory lane from back in the Front Runner days. Tonight he shook the monkey off his back gabbing the long awaited Pure Stock feature win. Gaither worked his way up to get by Tryton Temple, then held off Allen Torres and John Heil to score the win At the start of the 20-lap feature it was Dustin Hurley getting the lead chased by Riley Heil, Temple, Caitlin Leonard and George Quintanilla. Temple got past R. Heil bringing Leonard along to third before a caution slowed the pace. Once back to green Temple got along side Hurley taking over the point on lap 5. After a spin by Jerry Miller the restart saw Leonard, Hurley and Gaither three wide for second with Gaither taking the spot. Using the top side, Torres was making moves forward getting around R. Heil and Hurley for fourth. Coming to halfway Gaither found an opening low to get the lead from Temple on lap 9. At the crossed flags it was Gaither, Temple, Torres, Leonard and Hurley in the top five with John Heil now on the charge. J. Heil got by his daughter, Riley, then Hurley and Leonard for fourth. With five to go Torres took second from Temple as Gaither hit slower traffic. Torres got a good run, but couldn't get by while J. Heil took third from Temple. A debris caution would set up a four lap shootout to the checkers that saw Gaither and Torres get away on green. J. Heil quickly joined the fight and was battling with Torres. This gave Gaither a little break as he took the checkers in his J&J Stucco & Masonry, No Limits Graphics, Dohogen Claim Services, Howie’s Lawn Service, Race on Texas, D & D Performance, Spreen Racing, Kruger Motorsports, Rachel Plant Picture Taker, Whestone Family, Dynamic Pro Shop, BMF Shocks & Chassis, Greg Hubbell Race Cars. “It feels good to finally be here doing an interview again.” replied Gaither. “It's been since 2010/2011 since I raced the Front Runners. It's good to get the monkey off my back. I watched the Modifieds and thought the top side might be the way to go. Once I got out there I could run the top for a while, but it just wasn't there. I restarted on the bottom and finally got by them and starting driving in my rhythm.” “It was tough to get through lapped traffic. Once I got I by them it was smooth sailing. Those lapped cars were hugging the bottom so I had to try to the top and middle. I didn't work out the way I planned it, but I finally got around them and got back to the bottom and started driving my own race. I didn't how far back Allen(Torres) and John Heil were, but I knew they'd be coming. I just had to keep my cool, run my line.” “At the start the top opened up like it did last race. I hopped up there and it worked for a little while. When it came down to that restart I rolled through the center of (turns) 1-2 real good on the bottom and got by Dustin Hurley. I was able to catch Tryton(Temple) I just tried to stay smooth on the bottom and worked by him. I knew that's where I needed to be. I just found the groove faster.” All in Design Pure Stocks 5 Dillon Gaither, 41t John Heil, 94 Allen Torres, 99 Tryton Temple, 9c Caitlin Leonard, 30 Riley Heil, 36 George Quintanilla, m13 Jeremy Watson, 29 Katherine Keylich, 4d Dustin Hurley, 98 William Saunders, 63 Joe Dee Johnson, 22r Ronnie Sparks, 37w Austin Wernette, 15 William Cavender, 28 Chad Miller, 19 Daniel Miller, 75 Jerry Miller, 38 Sonny Kinneman, 20r Randall Rdyl---dntg Pure Stock heats Heat 1; 4d Dustin Hurley, 99 Tryton Temple , 98 William Saunders, m13 Jeremy Watson, 63 Joe Dee Johnson, 38r Sonny Kinneman, 94 Allen Torres Heat 2; 30 Riley Heil, 5 Dillon Gaither, 41t John Heil, 75 Jerry Miller, 15 William Cavender, 20r Randall Rydl Heat 3; 36 George Quintanilla, 9c Caitlin Leonard, 28 Chad Miller, 49k Katherine Keylich, 22r Ronnie Sparks, 19 Daniel Miller Garner Garners Sport Compact Gold A huge field of Sport Compacts saw a lot of action during the scheduled 20-lap feature. Eventually it was reduced to 15-laps on time and when the dust settled, literally and figuratively, it was defending track champ Jamie Garner taking the win coming up from his fourth row start. It was Brandon McCall getting the early lead trailed by Michael Burris sr., Johnny Ervin, Kirk Ball and Justin Sitterle. Scott Lesher, Trevor Bettis and Garner moved up to fight with Sitterle for fifth. Garner kept picking them off getting by Ervin for third while Ball, Lesher and Bettis were three wide for fifth. Burris sr. got a run on McCall for the lead and had just gotten past when the three wide fight stacked up on the front stretch sending Ball, and others, into the wall and negating the pass. Once back to green it was McCall, Burris sr. and Garner three wide for the lead, but Devin Tracy went over the turn 3 hill for a red. When green waved again it was Garner and McCall side by side with Garner getting the advantage to lead lap 11. Garner was able to creep away while Burris sr., Colton Borlace and Kasey Krauss went three wide for fifth. At the checkers it was Garner in the Austin VeeDub, Pick-n-Pull, Krystal Ball Communication, Up Top Roofing, VW Sirocco unchallenged for the victory. Brown Chevrolet Sport Compacts 33 Jamie Garner, 14 Brandon McCall, 44 Johnny Ervin, 18 Michael Burris sr., 93 Colton Borlace, 23 Kasey Krauss, 1 Ronnie Schoenfeldt, 29t George Compton, 01 Adolph Tracy, 5L Scott Lesher, 17 Dalton McDonald, 01g Adam Tracy, 6p John Hernandez, 75 Ethan Jenkins, 57 Trevor Bettis, 81 Michael Burris jr., 8 Devin Tracy, 25 Robert Fox, 38 Kirk Ball, 88 Justin Sitterle, 15 Devon Surritt Sport Compact heats Heat 1; 44 Johnny Ervin, 38 Kirk Ball, 15 Devon Surritt, 01g Adam Tracy, 93 Colton Borlace, 8 Devin Tracy, 29t George Compton Heat 2; 14 Brandon McCall, 5L Scott Lesher, 33 Jamie Garner, 23 Kasey Krauss, 01 Adolph Tracy, 6p John Hernandez---dns Heat 3; 18 Michael Burris sr., 88 Justin Sitterle, 57 Trevor Bettis, 1 Ronnie Schoenfeldt, 81 Michael Burris jr., 17 Dalton McDonald, 75 Ethan Jenkins
  3. Driver Meet-n-Greet @ I-37 Speedway by R&M Promotions, 5/18/19 By JM Hallas Pleasanton, TX.,(May, 18th, 2019) Seems like it's been forever since cars hit the track at I-37 Speedway because of rain outs. Tonight the ¼ mile, semi-banked, dirt oval dodged the storms and was able to give the fans their racing fix. Full moon? No problem. Off time jitters? No problem. Usually the adage of 'full moon' racing holds true to form, but not tonight as most classes saw little to no problems. Four of the six regular classes went green to checkers. Pure Stocks and IMCA Modifieds were the exceptions. This was meet-n-greet weekend with all the drivers on track during intermission to talk to their fans and hand out hero cards. Morris Magic Again in Modifieds After winning his first ever IMCA Modified main event, Chris Morris(Taylor) returned to the scene of the crime, as it were, and picked up I-37 Speedway win number two, his third of the season. Morris was able to move up quickly and get early leaders Landon Bednarz and Jamie Campbell then motor away for the win in his Volvo of Austin, Tina Reagan Realty, ACM Services, Opifex Equipment, Eightfold, Five Star Concrete, Bet All Racing, Austin Cutting & Coring, five1seven designs, crate powered, Lethal Chassis by David Stremme. The start of the 20-lap IMCA Modified feature was a little rocky. Bednarz got the edge off turn 2, but four wide in the pack in turn 4 proved to be bad as PJ Egbert, Donald Banker, Rick Talley and Cody Tidwell got tangled to bring about a complete restart. Bednarz again got the lead off turn 2 chased by Campbell, Justin Delgado, Morris and Bill Pittaway. Former IMCA National champ, Egbert got by Pittaway and Delgado for third on lap 1. Campbell then was able to go past Bednarz for the lead on lap 2, with Morris charging. Morris went around Bednarz on the high side then ducked under Campbell to snag the top spot on lap 4. Egbert snuck by Bednarz for third with Cody Leonard taking fifth from Pittaway. Campbell tried to fight back on Morris for the lead while Leonard and Egbert were side by side for third when a yellow waved for a Zac Riley spin. On the restart Morris jumped ahead with Egbert and Leonard getting by Campbell. At halfway it was Morris easing away, Egbert, Leonard, Campbell and Pittaway in the top five. By lap 11 Morris was catching traffic, but a Banker spin brought out a yellow. Leonard would pull off under caution ending his night. Once back to green Morris got a good jump while defending track champ Rick Green began a late charge getting by Pittaway and then Campbell for third. Morris was again pulling away when Campbell looped it for a late caution. As green waved and Morris pulled away, Green and Egbert ran side by side second. This left Morris uncontested at the checkers while Green edged out Egbert for second. “I knew it was going to be tough,” said Morris. “There's quite a few good guys here. I feel like I had to work a little more for that one, than the first one. I makes it all that much sweeter.” “Seeing PJ(Egbert) roll in puts a little pressure on. We ran against him at Heart O' Texas(Waco) last night and he beat us. He just got in a Lethal car too and I know how good these cars are. I knew he'd be good competition and I have fun racing with him.” “The track was multi-grooved so I thought I could get around Jamie(Campbell) again. This Lethal car is so good and I've got so much confidence in it I feel like I can put it anywhere on the track. That's been the biggest help and improvement for me this year.” “I'll pretty much start with a baseline if I know a track is going to be a certain way. Then I'll look at it and make tweaks from there as the night goes on. Despite the different(tacky) track tonight we pretty much stayed with our base set up. It worked great.” “I thought I saw PJ peek inside me around lap 5 so I changed my line back down to the bottom. I knew I just had to keep the car underneath me. Just keep running consistent laps and we'd be good.” Simpson Race Products IMCA Modifieds 94 Chris Morris, 82 Rick Green, 707 PJ Egbert, 377 Donald Banker, 137 Bill Pittaway, 16 Landon Bednarz, 29 Jamie Campbell, 55 Rick Talley, 27 Justin Delgado, 31m Marlin Samford, 7r Zac Riley, 12 Cody Leonard, 17 Cody Tidwell, 2j James Samford---dns IMCA Modified heats Heat 1; 17 Cody Tidwell, 377 Donald Banker, 29 Jamie Campbell, 55 Rick Talley, 27 Justin Delgado , 2j James Samford, 12 Cody Leonard Heat 2; 82 Rick Green, 94 Chris Morris, 707 PJ Egbert, 137 Bill Pittaway, 16 Landon Bednarz, 31m Marlin Samford, 7r Zac Riley Torres Tops in Sport Modifieds From snake bit, to snake skin, for the win. Former track champ Johnny Torres(La Vernia) has long had a fear of snakes. So when he went to load the car after several weeks off for rain, he found a snake skin in the cockpit. But where was the snake? Whereabouts still unknown. As green waved on the 20-lapper, with no sign of the snake, J. Torres beat Eddy Ross into turn 1 for the lead. Marcus Mikulencak, Ross, Trent Beaver and Jared Maupin fell in line behind him. Beaver got by Ross for third leaving him wheel to wheel with Maupin for fourth. Mikulencak got a good look at the lead on lap 5 getting the nose under J. Torres in turn 2. J. Torres was able hold him off and by halfway had a small gap to Mikulencak, Beaver, Maupin and Ross. As the laps wound down J. Torres was to inch farther ahead while Rowdy Flanagan got past Ross for fifth. With the white flag waving, J. Torres who has been snake bit most of the season with mechanical woes, had good gap back to Mikulencak that he carried to the checkers in the Scott Ball Racing, Alamo Hot Rod Parts, Sundowner Diesel Performance, Batek & Robinson Attorneys at Law, All in Designs, Carroll Construction, Mission Auto Parts, 8T1 Construction, Swenson Racing Shocks, Fletchers Race Engines, IRP Chassis. Still no sign of the snake. “I might just leave that snake skin in the trailer for good luck,” commented Torres. “That might have been an omen, I don't know. Maybe the snake was in there the whole time giving me bad luck. I feel like we had a car to win last race and broke. We've had a pretty fast car on several nights, but just some bad luck. Finally it's all coming together.” “This is the same car as last year. I like this IRP so much, I kept it. I don't see myself getting rid of it anytime soon. I kind of had it on cruise control until I saw Marcus(Mikulencak) poke his nose inside me. I figured the racing lane was pretty narrow for us. I didn't see another car getting by me, but I took it a bit too easy. Towards the end I misread my gauge and thought the car was getting hot so I slowed down. I looked after the checkered flag and it wasn't bad.” “I probably threw a little bit too much at the car considering the track tonight. But that's my style. I make a lot of changes. Last race was more my preference, I like a slick track. It had cushion, and that's what kind of cost me the race. I prefer a smooth, slick track. I couldn't believe how smooth the track was tonight with all the rain we've had. It was pretty awesome.” Swenson Racing Products Sport Modifieds 66 Johnny Torres, 03 Marcus Mikulencak, 14 Trent Beaver, bd2 Jared Maupin, 57 Rowdy Flanagan, bd3 Eddy Ross, 08 Frank Okruhlik, 30 Chris Swenson, 94 Allen Torres, 51 Jeremy Hernandez, bd4 Cheryl Gray, 5r Ryan Doyon, 9r Randall Rydl, 11 Tom Grothues Sport Modified heats Heat 1; bd3 Eddy Ross, bd2 Jared Maupin, 14 Trent Beaver, 57 Rowdy Flanagan, 94 Allen Torres, 11 Tom Grothues, 30 Chris Swenson Heat 2; 66 Johnny Torres, 03 Marcus Mikulencak, 5r Ryan Doyon, 08 Frank Okruhlik, 51 Jeremy Hernandez, bd4 Cheryl Gray, 9r Randall Rydl Five for Grimes in Limited Late Models San Antonio's Tommy Grimes grabbed victory number five for the year going flag to flag for the win. At the start it was three wide for the lead coming off turn 2 between Grimes, Quentin Henderson and Jason Kelly. Grimes won the fight to lead lap 1 with Kelly, Henderson, Howie Marcx and Andrew Hesler sorting out behind him. By halfway Grimes was easing away from Kelly while Henderson and Marcx swapped third. As the white waved it was Grimes with good advantage over Kelly taking the win in his Tracy Rail Service, Howell Crane & Rigging, All in Designs, Longs Race Engines, Shaw Chassis. Nogalitos Gear Limited Late Models 22t Tommy Grimes, 57 Jason Kelly, 13 Howie Marcx, 44 Quentin Henderson, 1x Andrew Hesler Limited Late Model heat Heat 1; 57 Jason Kelly, 22t Tommy Grimes, 44 Quentin Henderson, 13 Howie Marcx, 1x Andrew Hesler Gordon Good in Street Stock Go Anthony Gordon(San Antonio) had it all his way as he led green to checkers in the 20-lap Street Stock feature. Gordon beat Tony Bernal into turn 1 on green and that was about the field saw of Gordon's Alamo Hot Rod Parts, All in Designs, Dewalt Tools, 8T1 Construction, crate powered, Dog House Chassis. Bernal gave way to Chris Shafer, Kyle Speer, and Aaron Leddy while Mike Lyon, Cody Leonard and Jarrett Barber battling for sixth. As Gordon quickly stretched out his margin, Speer got second from Shafer. Bernal took a trip through the infield giving up spots to Lyon and Barber, while Leonard pulled off. Gordon's only challenge was lapped traffic near the finish as he pulled away. Shafer made one last run at Speer for second and took the spot on the final lap by a bumper, with Gordon unchallenged coming across the finish line. SABFI Transportation Street Stocks 22m Anthony Gordon, 77 Chris Shafer, 52 Kyle Speer, 93 Aaron Leddy, 20 Mike Lyon, 19 Jarrett Barber, 95 Sterling Tausch, 81 Tony Bernal, 3 Larry Baggett, 69s Darin Blevins, 43 Cody Leonard Street Stock heats Heat 1; 81 Tony Bernal, 52 Kyle Speer, 20 Mike Lyon, 43 Cody Leonard, 19 Jarrett Payton, 69s Darin Blevins Heat 2; 22m Anthony Gordon, 77 Chris Shafer, 93 Aaron Leddy, 95s Sterling Tausch, 3b Larry Baggett Temple Tames Pure Stocks Tryton Temple(Corpus Christi) looked to be running off to a big lead and big win, but racing is never that easy. A mid-race caution erased Temples nearly half track lead and put several of the hot shoes on his tail for the restart. And the battle was on. As the 22-car starting field took the green, Dillon Gaither and Riley Heil stayed side by side with Gaither getting the advantage over Temple, Heil, Jerry Miller and Robert Kelm. J. Miller got turned in turn 2 with Kelm, George Quintanilla and Dustin Hurley getting a piece of the action for a lap 1 caution. On the restart Temple got a good run getting around Gaither for the lead while Heil slipped and fell back to mid pack. Coming from farther back, Allen Torres had moved up using the top going three wide with Johnny Westfall and Lynn Fox for sixth. Torres then picked off Albert Medellin and Caitlin Leonard for fourth. Torres and Kelm the battled side by side for third as they both caught Gaither for second. In the meantime, Temple was motoring away and getting into lapped traffic. Kelm briefly held Torres off and took second from Gaither. Torres finally got by Kelm, but was a full straightaway behind Temple. At the crossed flags it was Temple, Torres, Kelm, Jared Mauoin and Leonard in the top five. Lynn Fox and Ronnie Sparks tangled in turn 2 with Sparks having a small fire to bring out a red and erase Temples huge lead. On the restart Maupin got a good run past Torres for second, but continued to run door to door. This gave Temple a little space as they continued to fight for second. Maupin finally got the spot, but laps were winding down. Temple had a few car lengths on Maupin as the white was shown, and scored the victory in the TTR Racing, KH Suspension, Ever Heart Salon, Blake Carburetion, Stock Body Mania, Dr. Ellis Main, L87 Speedway, AMSOIL, Jimbo VanBlarcum, Destroyer Chassis. “We had a good lead and the car was good,” said Temple. “We had a good set up tonight. It was hammer down all the way. I wasn't too worried about someone finding a faster line, just a little leery. I was wondering if someone would come on the bottom. The middle seemed to be the best line.” “I wish that caution hadn't come out. I thought I was going to lap the whole field. I didn't know who was behind me after the caution came. The car was fast and we won, so it's all good.” “We normally set up for the same thing every time. We just changed a spring and we were good from there. We changed shocks and springs going to 105 Speedway last weekend. Here we run a more stock shock.” “Jimbo VanBlarcum sponsored me eight new tires and I didn't even know it. We went to go buy tires last week and they told us we had eight tires waiting for us. He bought them for us and didn't say anything. That was pretty nice of Jimbo.” 99 Tryton Temple, bd1 Jared Maupin, 94 Allen Torres, 48 Robert Kelm, 91 Johnny Westfall, 3 Ryan Doyon, 9c Caitlin Leonard, 51 Albert Medellin, 5 Dillon Gaither, 18jr Ramon Sevilla,30 Riley Heil, 49 Katherine Keylich, m13 Jeremy Watson, 98r Derek Remmers, 15 William Cavender, 9b Gary Butler, 53 Treyler Caulfield, 14f Lynn Fox, 22r Ronnie Sparks, 36 George Quintanilla, 75 Jerry Miller, 4d Dustin Hurley Pure Stock B-main(top 7 to A-main) 15 William Cavender, m13 Jeremy Watson, 98 Derek Remmers, 49k Katherine Keylich, 18jr Ramon Sevilla, 22r Ronnie Sparks, 53 Treyler Caulfield, 41t Elgin Treacy, 17 Casey Lowe, 28 Chad Miller, 68 Kenny Wright---dns, 9s Jarrett Payton---dns, 19 Daniel Miller---dns Pure Stock heats(top 5 to A-main) Heat 1; 30 Riley Heil, 5 Dillon Gaither, bd1 Jared Maupin, 14f Lynn Fox, 9b Gary Butler, 28 Chad Miller, 41 Elgin Tracy, 98r Derek Remmers, 19 Daniel Miller, 22r Ronnie Sparks Heat 2; 94 Allen Torres, 75 Jerry Miller, 48 Robert Kelm, 9c Caitlin Leonard, 4d Dustin Hurley, 17 Casey Lowe, 15 William Cavender, 18jr Ramon Sevilla, m13 Jeremy Watson Heat 3; 3 Ryan Doyon, 99 Tryton Temple, 51 Albert Medellin, 91 Johnny Westfall, 36 George Quintanilla, 9s Jarrett Payton, 49k Katherine Keylich, 53 Treyler Caulfield, 68 Kenny Wright---dns Battle to Ball in Sport Compacts Adkins' Kirk Ball scored win number three for the season in hotly contested race with Ronnie Schoenfeldt. At the start it was George Compton first off turn 2, but Schoenfeldt got by in turn 3 to lead lap 1. Ball got second with Compton, Johnny Ervin and Brandon McCall in the top five. Ball got inside Schoenfeldt on lap 2 and eked out the lead on lap 3. Schoenfeldt fought back and retook to the top spot on lap 5. Ball kept the pressure on Schoenfeldt and got the spot back just after halfway. Defending track champ, Jamie Garner, made a late surge moving past Scott Lesher and McCall for fourth. As the laps clicked off Garner and Ervin began to swap third as Ball began to get some breathing room up front. Coming to the checkers, Ball in the Krystal Ball Communications, Speedway Signs, VW, had built a comfortable margin on his way to the victory. Brown Chevrolet Sport Compacts 38 Kirk Ball, 1 Ronnie Schoenfeldt, 33 Jamie Garner, 44 Johnny Ervin, 14 Brandon McCall, 5L Scott Lesher, 57 Trevor Bettis, 23 Kasey Krauss, 29t George Compton, 15 Devon Surritt, 81 Michael Burris jr., 92 Colton Borlace, 95m Daniel Lopez, 25 Robert Fox, 18 Michael Burris sr., 11j Josh Jones---dns Sport Compact heats Heat 1; 29t George Compton, 1 Ronnie Schoenfeldt, 44 Johnny Ervin, 93 Colton Borlace, 33 Jamie Garner, 25 Robert Fox, 11j Josh Jones, 95m Daniel Lopez Heat 2;38 Kirk Ball, 5L Scott Lesher, 23 Kasey Krauss, 15 Devon Surritt, 14 Brandon McCall, 57Trevor Bettis, 81 Michael Burris jr., 18 Michael Burris sr. Russ Parker Construction Go-Karts Senior Division; Peyton Jones, Charles Flanagan, Ryker Hernandez Junior Division; Cody Clegg, James Little, Gaige Whitaker Youth Division: Blaine Markgraf, Cheston Markgraf, Gabriel Solis, Berkley Keylich
  4. i-37 speedway updates 5/18/19

    Street Stock heats Heat 1 81 Tony Bernal 52 Kyle Speer 20 Mike Lyon 43 Cody Leonard 19 Jarrett Payton 69s Darin Blevins
  5. I-37 speedway updates 4/6/19

    Pure Stock heats Heat 1 26br Johnny Torres bd1 Jared Maupin 98r Derek Remmers 44k Katherine Keylich 10 Scott Jerkins 77 Craig Rice 94 Allen Torres
  6. Limited Late Model heat Heat 1 99 Trey Votion 57 Jason Kelly 22t Tommy Grimes 5 DJ Schroat 93 Aaron Leddy 42 Ron Sprayue 53x Matt Fox 44 Quentin Henderson 13 Howie Marcx
  7. Opening Night @ I-37 Speedway by R&M Promotions, 3/16/19 By JM Hallas Pleasanton, TX.,(March, 16th, 2019) And so it begins. After losing a pre-season opener(Dirt Kings & 'Lil' Dirt Kings) to drizzle and muddy conditions the previous week, I-37 Speedway finally caught a break in the weather for the official kick-off of the points season. The cool evening temperatures helped make increased horsepower for the car sand keep moisture in the ¼ mile, semi-banked, clay oval early. As the night wore on it slicked off nicely making set crucial. Friday night was an open practice for drivers to get a jump on the opener and get some laps, while others, who made last months practice fine tuned their set ups for Saturday. The track once again features the Simpson Race Products IMCA sanctioned Modified, Swenson Racing Products Sport Modifieds, Nogalitos Gear Limited Late Models, Alamo Hot Rod Parts Street Stocks, All in Design Pure Stocks and Brown Chevrolet Sport Compact, along with the Russ Parker Construction Go-Karts(Off tonight). Leonard Wins Last Lap Shootout Sinton's Cody Leonard scored the IMCA Modified season opener in dramatic style. Following a red flag for GW Egbert, who was struck in the helmet, Chris Morris and Leonard put on a show for the fans. C. Morris, who had begun to chase Leonard down, hounded Leonard with looks inside. On the final lap C. Morris put a slide job on Leonard in turn 4, but Leonard crossed over and won the drag race to the checkers by a bumper. After a multi-car tangle scrubbed the initial start, Joey Whitehead got the edge off turn 2 for the lead with Mike Morris driving back alongside. Whitehead would lead at the line with M. Morris, Chris Swenson, Leonard and Donald Banker in pursuit. Swenson would get by M. Morris and Whitehead to lead lap 2. Leonard followed Swenson and got around him for the top spot on lap 3. Behind the lead battle, C. Morris was on the chase moving up to third bringing Egbert along to fourth. At halfway it was Leonard, Swenson, C. Morris, Egbert with Whitehead and M. Morris side by side for fifth. As Leonard was running up on traffic, C. Morris caught Swenson for second took the spot. Lap 15 saw the red fly for Egbert who was struck in the helmet by something kicked up off the track. Egbert was checked by track EMT's then transported to a nearby hospital before being transferred to San Antonio for further treatment. Once back to green, the race was on. C. Morris, who uses hand controls, began showing Leonard the nose going into the corners. Twice C. Morris got a good enough run in turns 1-2 to get alongside Leonard on the back stretch. On the final lap C. Morris stayed on Leonard's bumper up on the high side. Getting a good run off turn 2, C. Morris threw a slide job on Leonard going into turn 3. As C. Morris slid up, Leonard crossed him over and went under him coming off turn 4. Leonard was able to win the race to the finish line in his Mobilease, Wright-Reneau Law Firm, Reneau Farms, Coastal Diesel, CD Electric, Swenson Racing Shocks, K&R, Ace Transmission, Wells Race Engines, 2018 Shaw Chassis. “I knew that new Lethal car of Chris(Morris) was really quick.” replied Leonard. He's a good driver and the car is fast so I was expecting him to come up front. After that red, and I hope GW(Egbert) is alright, I knew after talking to everyone that he was moving forward. I didn't know if I should change my line up or keep it. I decided to just run my line and hope for the best.” “I was expecting his move on the last lap. I could have driven in harder and tried to fight it out side by side. I knew he was going to try to slide up and take my line so I eased it in and crossed over on him.” “What happened to GW kind of concerned me. It worried me when I hopped in the Sport Mod and was running in a big pack up next to the wall. We may need more bars in the front to block or break up whatever is coming.” Simpson Race Products IMCA Modifieds 12 Cody Leonard, 94 Chris Morris, 48 Chris Swenson, 377 Donald Banker, 86 Dillon Tindall, 82 Rick Green, 55m Mike Morris, 29 Jamie Campbell, 137 Bill Pittaway, 55 Rick Talley, 717 GW Egbert, m17 Joey Whitehead, 420 Shawn O'Banon, 27 Justin Delgado---dns IMCA Modified heats Heat 1; 48 Chris Swenson, 82 Rick Green, 29 Jamie Campbell, 12 Cody Leonard, 717 GW Egbert, 86 Dillon Tindall, 420 Shawn O'Banon Heat 2; 94 Chris Morris, 377 Donald Banker, 137 Bill Pittaway , m17 Joey Whitehead, 55m Mike Morris, 55 Rick Talley, 27 Justin Delgado---dns Swenson Swift in Sport Mods Chris Swenson(Boerne) moved up from his seventh starting spot to get the lead just before halfway. Swenson, in the Jerry & Mary Elhard owned, Hughes Chassis built a good lead until running up on traffic in the latter stages. Cody Leonard and Steve Whiteaker jr. closed the gap, but never close enough to mount a challenge as Swenson took the checkers. The first start was a ragged, three wide try that saw Trent Beaver go over the turn 3 hill. On the next try it was Joe Aramendia into turn 1 first with a three wide battle for second . Talon Minten got that spot and went by Aramendia for the lead trailed by Robby Minten, Aramendia, Chase Havely and Swenson. Aramendia rebounded and retook the lead on lap 2 with Swenson moving up to third. As Swenson and T. Minten swapped second, Frank Okruhlik, R. Minten and Leonard were three wide for fourth. After securing second from T. Minten, Swenson used the top to get by Aramendia for the lead on lap 8. At the crossed flags it was Swenson, Aramendia, T. Minten, Leonard and R. Minten in the top five while Whiteaker worked his way to sixth. Leonard, T. Minten and Aramendia were three abreast for second on lap 12 as Swenson eased away. Leonard got the spot with Whiteaker going by Aramendia for fourth. As Leonard and T. Minten swapped second, Whiteaker was able to close on both. With two to go, Swenson caught the back of the field allowing Leonard and Whiteaker to eat into his lead. Neither was able to get close enough to give Swenson, in the Elhard Air Conditioning & Electric, Wrap It Up Designs, Swenson Racing Shocks, Fletchers Race Engines, Hughes Chassis, a look as he motored to the victory. “A lot of luck and determination,” exclaimed Swenson. “It's really tough. You come here and you've the best of the best Sport Mod drivers in south Texas. It takes a little luck and hard work.” “When I caught the back of the pack Tommy(Grimes) was running pretty good and the track had really slicked up. I was worried and kept looking down to see if anyone was coming. I knew eventually they would be, but the track was so slick and Tommy wasn't off a whole lot. I tried to duck under him a couple times, but it was too slick to make a pass. It's just one of those times you need to have patience, and tonight it paid off.” “I really don't think about who may be coming. I was just going as hard as I could. It was kind of the same in the Modified race where I was running second to Cody(Leonard) and he probably wasn't thinking about me. It's just a matter of going hard, hitting your marks and not making any mistakes. Tonight we didn't make any mistakes.” Swenson Racing Products Sport Modifieds 30 Chris Swenson, 12 Cody Leonard, 89c Steve Whiteaker jr., 2 Talon Minten, L87 Joe Aramendia, 24r Robby Minten, 08 Frank Okruhlik, 22m Anthony Gordon, 66 Johnny Torres, bd3 Eddy Ross, 94 Allen Torres, 11t Tommy Grothues, 5r Ryan Doyon, 22t Tommy Grimes, 77 Cody Beddoe, bd4 Cheryl Gray, 82 Cade O'Banon, 14 Trent Beaver, 31 Chase Havely, bd2 Jared Maupin, 717 GW Egbert---dns Sport Modified heats Heat 1; 12 Cody Leonard, 2 Talon Minten, 31 Chase Havely, 30 Chris Swenson, bd4 Cheryl Gray, 717 GW Egbert---dntg Heat 2; 66 Johnny Torres, 14 Trent Beaver, 08 Frank Okruhlik, 11t Tom Grothues, 94 Allen Torres, bd3 Eddy Ross, 5r Ryan Doyon Heat 3 89c Steve Whiteaker jr., 24r Robby Minten, 77 Cody Beddoe, L87 Joe; Aramendia, 22m Anthony Gordon 22t Tommy Grimes, 82 Cade O'Banon, bd2 Jared Maupin Grimes Great in Limited Late Models Despite arriving late, Tommy Grimes(San Antonio) went home with the Limited Late Model win after taking the point from early leader Quentin Henderson on lap 5. After starting eighth Grimes, who spent the night repairing a fence and the day repairing the racecar, quickly made his way to the front using the high side. In the pack Henderson and defending track champ, Trey Votion, had a good fight going on for second as they watched Grimes pull away. A lap 14 caution for spin closed the field up. Votion was able to get second from Henderson on the restart, but Grimes in the Tracy Rail Service, Howell Crane & Rigging, All in Designs, Longs Race Engines, Shaw Chassis had the power to score the win. “The car is really good, we've made a lot of changes,” said Grimes. “I knew we had to get better through the corners. We were getting beat bad there last year. We changed some suspension parts. I was glad it turned out as good as it did with all that we changed. Our plan is to run for points in both classes this year. As long as we have a little luck and everything stays together. We're to try to make every weekend and see where that ends up.” “My wife asked me when I was changing it all, 'It was good last year, why are you changing it? Is it going to be as good?' On paper it should be better, but on the racetrack I don't know yet. The freer you can make these things the better they work and faster they should be.” “As many race cars as I've hauled and the miles I've driven we've never had anything like what happened Friday on the way to practice happen. We had the chain break off the front of the car and the D-ring on the back broke. The car rolled off the trailer, through a ditch, a fence and out in the middle of a cow pasture. At about 11:30 last night we were rebuilding a mans fence. This morning we starting working on the car. Fortunately it only bent the bumper bars, that's why we were late getting here tonight.” Nogalitos Gear Limited Late Models 22t Tommy Grimes, 99 Trey Votion, 44 Quentin Henderson, 13 Howie Marcx, 57 Jason Kelly, 5 DJ Schroat, 42 Ron Sprayue, 1x Andrew Hesler Limited Late Model heat Heat 1; 99 Trey Votion, 57 Jason Kelly, 44 Quentin Henderson, 42 Ron Sprayue, 13 Howie Marcx, 22 Tommy Grimes, 5 DJ Schroat, 1x Andrew Hesler---dns Gordon Grabs Street Stock Gold In what shaped up to be a good three-car battle between defending track champ Wade Jones, Jarrett Barber and Anthony Gordon in the early stages, it was Gordon making a last lap pass on Barber for victory. Barber grabbed the lead on lap 1 with Jones taking the position on lap 2 as the top three broke away. Barber retook the point on lap 5 bringing Gordon along to second. As Barber and Gordon put distance on Jones, Gordon began sticking the nose inside. Gordon got under Barber in turns 1-2 and held on to lead lap 14 and keep Barber at bay for the win in the Alamo Hot Rod Parts, All in Designs, Dewalt Tools, 8T1 Construction, crate powered, Dog House Chassis. “I had a little bit of luck on my side,” said Gordon. “We've been so busy at work that we've neglected this car over the off season. I think we pulled the car cover off on Wednesday and it needed a lot of work. If it wasn't for Gordon Leland and Greg Hubbell getting everything done we probably wouldn't have been here tonight and sure wouldn't be standing here with the trophy” “I don't think we've found anything. Wade(Jones) just had a bad night. When we pulled in and I saw that (Jarrett) Barber was here and he's been the 'Wade Killer' I was pretty nervous about him though. Wade had a little oil leak and there was some grip in the bottom of (turns) 1-2. Barber was staying above it and I just got down in it and was able to get the win on the last lap.” Alamo Hot Rod Parts Street Stocks 22m Anthony Gordon, 19 Jarrett Barber, 41 Wade Jones, 20 Mike Lyon, 93 Aaron Leddy, 81 Tony Bernal, 64 Michael Harrell Street Stock heat Heat 1; 41 Wade Jones, 22m Anthony Gordon, 19 Jarrett Barber, 93 Aaron Leddy, 81 Tony Bernal, 20 Mike Lyon,64 Michael Harrell Leonard Lands Pure Stock Pay Day Cody Leonard picked up a second I-37 Speedway trophy jumping in the Jamie Fuller owned Pure Stock normally piloted by Aaron Leddy. It was a rock-em, sock-em affair that was eventually shortened due to time limit. Daniel Preston led early until a half spin saw him fall back in the pack giving the lead to Leonard on lap 7. At halfway Leonard got a good jump on a restart ahead of Jared Maupin, Preston, Dillon Gaither and Scott Jerkins. Gaither and Jerkins would both get past Preston for third and fourth, respectively. A lap 13 spin set up a green, white, checker finish that saw Maupin give Leonard a look on the high side, but it was Leonard in the Reflective Wrecker, CNC Grafix, C3 Speed Horses, crate powered, Oval Components Chassis. “The Pure Stock feature started off kind of rough,” commented Leonard. “I made a mistake and fell back to about eighth. The car was fast and we were able to drive it back up. Once we got the lead we were able to walk away with the win. This car is fast and for sale. It's a good one.” All in Design Pure Stocks 93 Cody Leonard, bd1 Jared Maupin, 5 Dillon Gaither, 6 Daniel Preston, 10 Scott Jerkins, 15 William Cavender, 68 Kenny Wright, 09 Clint Montanio, m13 Jeremy Watson, 36 George Quintanilla, 28 Chad Miller, 75 Jerry Miller, 58 Cheyloh Brodnax, 44k Katherine Keylich, 18 Emmett Sevilla, 51 Albert Medellin, 49k Michael Keylich, 30 Riley Heil, 3 Ryan Doyon---dq(pit infraction), 94 Allen Torres---dns Pure Stock heats Heat 1; 3 Ryan Doyon, 58 Cheyloh Brodnax, m13 Jeremy Watson, 18 Emmett Sevilla, 10 Scott Jerkins, 15 William Cavender, 09 Clint Montanio Heat 2; bd1 Jared Maupin, 6 Daniel Preston, 49k Michael Keylich, 93 Cody Leonard, 68 Kenny Wright, 36 George Quintanilla, 28 Chad Miller Heat 3; 5 Dillon Gaither, 94 Allen Torres, 44k Katherine Keylich, 30 Riley Heil, 51 Albert Medellin, 75 Jerry Miller Ball Best in Compact Bash Kirk Ball(Adkins) battled it out with friend and VW Sirocco mate, Jamie Garner in the 15-lap Sport Compact feature. Trevor Bettis led the way early until Ball and defending track champ, Garner got by on lap 4. At the mid point it was Ball, Garner, Bettis, Brandon McCall and Johnny Ervin, with the two VW's running nose to tail and pulling away. With five to go the lead duo ran up on slower traffic and Garner began pressuring Ball for the lead. The two made some contact while dicing through the back markers with Garner run to the infield. This gave Ball in the Krystal Ball Communications, Speedway Signs, VW a slight gap that he carried to the finish. Brown Chevrolet Sport Compacts 38 Kirk Ball,33 Jamie Garner, 57 Trevor Bettis, 14 Brandon McCall, 44 Johnny Ervin, 23 Kasey Krauss, 15 Devon Suritt, 1 Ronnie Schoenfeldt, 29t George Compton, 5 Scott Lesher, 88 Justin Sitterle, 8 Adolph Tracy, 11j Josh Jones, 93 Colton Borlace---dns Sport Compact heat Heat 1; 14 Brandon McCall, 57 Trevor Bettis, 38 Kirk Ball, 33 Jamie Garner, 44 Johnny Ervin, 29t George Compton, 11j Josh Jones Heat 2; 23 Kasey Krauss, 88 Justin Sitterle, 5L Scott Lester, 1 Ronnie Schoenfeldt, 15 Devon Surritt, 8 Adolph Tracy, 93 Colton Borlace Next Saturday(3-23-19) will be the make up date for the Dirt Kings & 'Lil' Dirt Kings featuring increased purses for all classes including $1,000 to win for the IMCA Modifieds, Sport Modified and Pure Stocks.
  8. I-37 Speedway updates 5/19/18

    Pure Stock heats Heat 1 4d Dustin Hurley 6 Daniel Preston 7x Janel Duncan 57b Les Bettis 66 Adam Torres 40 Dakota Hurley 99t Tryton Temple 5 Dillon Gaither 82 Andrew Garcia 39 Sonny Kinnaman
  9. Street Stock heat Heat 1 7s Tim Sikorski 30 Bryan Meredith 6m Mark Gallagher 00 Matthew Hawken 17 Tim Ellis 9 Nathan Masterson 60 Adam Gandara 8 Doug Ripple
  10. Redneck Stress Release sponsored by Pick-n-Pull @ I-37 Speedway 11/11/17 By JM Hallas Pleasanton, TX.,(Nov. 11Th, 2017) All good things must come to an end is an old adage, but so it was the 2017 racing season on the I-37 Speedway ¼ mile, semi-banked, dirt oval. Somewhat unceremoniously I might add. Mother Nature pretty much took the show for the evening, though the near capacity crowd did get to see two heats in Pure Stocks and see some stuff get torn up in the Trailer Race and Demo Derby. Besides racing action for the Street Stocks, Pure Stocks and Sport Compacts it was a salute to all the troops, past and present, on this Veterans Day. It was also a night to reflect on a local racer, Kris Workman, a Pure Stock driver seriously injured in the Southerland Springs Church shooting last Sunday. Numerous drivers had elected to donate their nights winning to Kris' recovery and a “pass the helmet” was planned for fans to donate as well. The Workman family/friends group had a table set up for people wishing to sign a card for Kris, send a prayer or donate. HEB was generous enough to donate hot dogs to be sold with all proceeds going to Workman's recovery fund. It was a great outpouring among the racing community. While we may not always agree on calls, on-track incidents, we are one huge family. A group that I'm always proud to introduce as part of my family. OK, what is Redneck Stress Release, you might ask. Basically I'd call it, 'let's tear some stuff up.' Along with some of closest racing in the three classes scheduled to compete, the night also included a $1,000 to win Demolition Derby and $800 to win 'Trailer Race,' all sponsored by Pick-n-Pull of San Antonio. If that wasn't enough the Tantrum Monster Truck of Dillon Finley, from Conroe, was on hand giving rides to the kids, of all ages, during the night. The two Pure Stock heats got completed with Brandy Torres getting her first heat race in a while, having not raced at I-37 since 2012. Johnny Westfall took the other heat after Mike Horelka spun himself from the lead. Then the rain came briefly. Track officials/drivers had just about rolled the track back in when, you guessed it, another shower hit. At that point they moved up the “Trailer Race” and Demo Derby to give fans some actions while, hopefully, waiting for a break in the weather. That break never came and forced track officials to call it a night another try of track resurfacing. Spectators received a wrist band good for half off any race next season, and all concession food was reduced to half price. Pure Stock heats Heat 1; 9 Johnny Westfall, 66 Adam Torres, 13 Jamie Campbell, 88 Caitlin Leonard, 19 Mike Horelka, 5 Brandon Gaither, 95s Les Bettis Heat 2; 156 Brandy Torres, 42 Shannon Maurer, 53 Treyler Caulfield, 44k Michael Keylich, 5x Daniel Preston, 93 Aaron Leddy---dns, 14 Mark Pivarnik---dns In the Demo Derby it was three professional derby drivers against two newbies. As you would figure the pro guys outdid the rookies. Sprint Car driver, Brandon Moeller put in a good showing until getting triple-teamed, while Ray “Tiger” Doyon was the first out. It came down to Bo Oleson against Caleb Dean the final two remaining. Oleson(Sweetwater) finally put the kill shot on Dean who couldn't get his car refired and threw in the towel, breaking off his flag. Demo Derby A1 Bo Oleson 88 Caleb Dean 4682 Dick Pantoja 16 Brandon Moeller 13 Ray Doyon The “Trailer Race” was a three truck event with two jet skis and a boat, probably more suitable for the conditions. Jacob Crow got the early lead pulling his boat while Zachary Greer and the Duke boys battled for second. The Dukes lost their jet ski early leaving it precariously positioned as an obstacle in turn 4. Greer and his, inflatable, jet ski rider may have made more little circles than big ones under the less than ideal track conditions. In the end it was Crow lapping the field for the victory. Tow Trailer Race 8 Jacob Crow 1 Zachary Greer 116 Bo & Luke Duke(aka Ray Doyon & Michael Keylich) Two more non-racing events remains on the I-37 Speedway, the annual awards banquet. This years event is slated for January 6th, 2018 at the Pleasanton Civic Center. A December 9th, 2017 racers swap meet is set for the I-37 grounds starting at 10:00am.
  11. Pure Stock heats Heat 1 9 Johnny Westfall 66 Adam Torres 13 Jamie Campbell 88 Caitlin Leonard 19 Mike Horelka 5 Brandon Gaither 95s Les Bettis
  12. Big Buck Shootout @ I-37 Speedway, 11/3-4/17 By JM Hallas Pleasanton, TX.,(Nov. 4Th, 2017) Saturdays portion of the Big Buck Shootout saw the Modifieds return to action on the ¼ mile, semi-banked, track and had four drivers from Friday with a chance to pick up some bonus money if they could repeat. Marcus Mikulencak(Sport Modifieds-$175), Mike Trigg(Street Stock-$175), Dakota Heinaman(Pure Stock-$175) and Trevor Bettis(Sport Compact-$125) were the drivers to have the extra money in their sights. The purses for the Sport Modifieds jumped up Saturday to $750 for the winner, with the Modifieds and Pure Stocks looking at $500 to win, Street Stocks $525 and Sport Compacts $325. With no other tracks racing many of south-central Texas best drivers were on hand looking for some money to end the season. Over 120 cars signed into the pits for the weekend. After last nights action packed, full moon, night of racing on Friday, Saturday night was tame by the same standards. Dinsmore Dialed In Despite Damage Despite getting some significant suspension damage in the heat race, that he still managed to win, Kerrville's Greg Dinsmore got it back on track for the feature. Racing in memory of his crewman Marcus' brother Tony, who passed away Thursday, Dinsmore led every lap, in the caution free event, on his way to capping off his season with a sentimental win. As the 17-car Modified main roared to life it was Dinsmore, from the pole jumping out front trailed by Jamie Campbell, Chris Carroll, Cody Leonard and Jason Borlace. Robbie Daniel and Jeff Hoegh made quick moves to get by Borlace for fifth and sixth. Carroll was able to grab second from Campbell on lap 3 as Dinsmore eased away a couple car lengths. Track champ, Talon Minten, got along side Hoegh as they closed on Leonard going three wide for fourth. Minten got the spot, then put Campbell back another position while Leonard and Hoegh were still side by side. At halfway Dinsmore was increasing his margin over Carroll, Minten, Campbell with Leonard and Hoegh still wheel to wheel. Hoegh finally wrestled fifth away from Leonard and got by Campbell for fourth. Up front Dinsmore was up on slower traffic and having to change his line. Once clear, Dinsmore again was easing away while Carroll and Minten were swapping second in the same traffic. As the white waved it was Dinsmore in the Sundowner Performance Diesel Repair, Texas Land Restoration, Performance Towing, Race Safe Technologies, The Alignment Shop, Wehrs, Sanderson Motorsports, Fast Shafts, AFCO, Six-Two Graphics, Friesen crate powered, BMS Chassis by a half straightaway, a margin he carried to the checkers. Jay Hallas photo “We've had a good end to the season,” replied Dinsmore. “This was a heart felt race. We came to race for Tony. Marcus helps us on the racecar and that was his brother that passed away. I told Marcus that I'd like to race to win for Tony, but usually end up wrecked. After the heat race it looked like that might happen.” “We sheared the birdcage on the right rear, and broke the shock mount off the right front. We thrashed on the car and didn't get a chance to look at the track or change for the track. We just took the car we had, threw some stuff on it, went out and raced it. It did pretty good.” “Once I got rolling I went up to the top, rolling my own place and waiting to get challenged. I just told myself 'slower is faster' in my head. I just kept hitting my marks and driving off. The car was good and quick. I was trying to save the car a bit, put a couple lapped cars between us and was basically riding around.” “I think this is our last race for the season. We've got some different plans this winter. I've talked to Nick Roberts about a few things and thinking about switching cars. Just don't tell my wife.(oops)” Modifieds 8g Greg Dinsmore, 14t Talon Minten, 15c Chris Carroll, 97 Jeff Hoegh, 127 Robbie Daniel, b29 Jamie Campbell, 12 Cody Leonard, 1 Danny Rogers, 82 Rick Green, 27 Joe Gomez, 125 Jason Borlace, 94 Chris Morris, 55 Mike Morris, 56 Marcus Berndt, 137 Darin Leonard, 1r Ritchie Robins, 31m Marlin Samford Modified heats Heat 1; 8g Greg Dinsmore, 125 Jason Borlace, 127 Robbie Daniels, 1 Danny Rogers, 21 Joe Gomez, 56 Marcus Berndt---bf Heat 2; b29 Jamie Campbell, 82 Rick Green, 97 Jeff Hoegh, 94 Chris Morris, 137 Darin Leonard, 1r Ritchie Robbins Heat 3; 15c Chris Carroll, 12 Cody Leonard, 14t Talon Minten, 55m Mike Morris, 31m Marlin Samford---dns Leonard Ends Long Weekend With Wire to Wire Win After running in three classes Friday night(Sport Modified, Limited Late Model and Street Stock) and three again tonight(Modified, Sport Modified and Street Stock) Cody Leonard(Corpus Christi) found his way to the winners circle in the final race of the night. Leonard would get out front and lead all 20-laps in the Sport Modified feature. Leonard was chased part of race by Hunter Flanagan, who was using a different line. At the finish Leonard was able to get away from Flanagan and Cody Beddoe, who battled for the runner-up spot. As the 21-car Sport Modified field fired off Leonard beat Beddoe as the two Codys started on row 1. Tanner Whitmire got second from Beddoe with Lawrence Mikulencak fourth and Flanagan along side Talon Minten for fifth. Flanagan quickly made his way by T. Minten then L. Mikulencak for fourth. It was then three wide with Beddoe and L. Mikulencak for third. A Chris Swenson spin on lap 5 slowed the pace. On the restart L. Mikulencak got by Whitmire for second, but quickly bailed out on the hot pit entrance. The field checked up causing a chain reaction crash between JJ Jennings, Ray Doyon and Jim Blevins. Finally back to green and it was Flanagan, on the top, getting second from Whitmire. This left Whitmire three wide with Beddoe and T. Minten for third. At the crossed flags it was Leonard(on the bottom), Flanagan(up top), Whitmire(top), T. Minten(bottom) and Beddoe trying both. Ryan Doyon got turned by Michale Pesek on lap 10 setting up a series of restarts that saw Beddoe get back past T. Minten for fourth. Beddoe then picked off third from Whitmire bringing last nights winner, Marcus Mikulencak along to fourth. As T. Minten and M. Mikulencak battled for fourth, Beddoe moved in on Flanagan for second. As they scrapped for the spot, Leonard in the CD Electric, Coastal Diesel, K&R, Swenson Racing Shocks, Ace Transmission, Wells Racing Engines, 2009 Express Chassis was building his lead on the way to the win. “I'm worn out today,” commented Leonard. “Yesterday we had a long night in all three cars. We pulled through tonight finally. It was tough tonight too. We struggled in the Modified, the Street Stock we were somewhat decent, but didn't have enough. The Sport Modified we were pretty good.” “Starting on the pole was tough. I was running the top all night in the Street Stock and Modified, but we started on the bottom in the Sport Modified. I didn't know whether to go up top or stay low. I was looking for someone by the pit entry to show me to move up or something. I didn't see anyone so I just stayed on the bottom where I knew I was somewhat quick.” “I could hear someone back there, but couldn't tell if they were running the top or bottom. I couldn't tell how close they were, but I knew someone was back there. I thought about changing my line. I didn't was to mess myself up and cost me the win.” “The restarts kind of worried me that someone might get a run off the top. The best thing to do is change up where you start on the restarts. I think it may have been helping me, I don't know. When there's a big tough field of cars here it's a lot more satisfying to get the win.” “Next season is kind of up in the air right now. We're building a new Modified and we'll still have our Sport Modified. Jamie(Fuller) is selling the street stock. He told me if it doesn't sell we'll run it again.” Sport Modifieds 12 Cody Leonard, 77 Cody Beddoe, 58 Hunter Flanagan, 4 Talon Minten, 03 Marcus Mikulencak, 101 Tanner Whitmire, 24r Robby Minten, 9 Ray Doyon III, 174 Michale Pesek, 6 Vince Louden, 97 John Witzsche, 24 Jim Blevins, 15 Bruce Beddoe, 27 Mike Morris, 5r Ryan Doyon, 48 Chris Swenson, 25t Michael Keylich, 87 Lawrence Mikulencak, 89c(26g) JJ Jennings, 777 James Hanusch, 11t Tom Grothues Sport Modified heats Heat 1; 12 Cody Leonard, 87 Lawrence Mikulencak, 6 Vince Louden, 03 Marcus Mikulencak, 174 Michale Pesek, 5r Ryan Doyon, 15 Bruce Beddoe Heat 2; 77 Cody Beddoe, 58 Hunter Flanagan, 48 Chris Swenson, 9 Ray Doyon III, 97 John Witzsche, 27 Mike Morris, 24 Jim Blevins Heat 3; 101 Tanner Whitmire, 4 Talon Minten, 24r Robby Minten, 89c(26g) JJ Jennings, 11t Tom Grothues, 25t Michael Keylich, 777 James Hanusch Trigg Tames Street Stocks Twice Lake Hills Mike Trigg was the first, and only, driver to complete the weekend sweep and grab the bonus money leading flag to flag in the 20-lap Street Stock shootout. Trigg was able to hold track champ, Wade Jones at bay, then ease ahead as the race went long green laps. At the checkers it was Trigg, in the Sames Ford, 1560 Storage, Willie Cotton Race Engines, Sniper Chassis, by several lengths at the line. After a three-car tangle on the initial start, Trigg got to turn 1 ahead of Jones, Shawn Kline, Chris Shafer and Cody Leonard. Leonard quickly got by Shafer and Kline for third until a spin on the front stretch by Matthew Hawken slowed the action. On the restart Leonard and Jones stayed door to door for second as Trigg inched ahead. A driveshaft on track brought out a quick yellow on lap 2. Again Leonard and Jones stayed tied at the door posts while Heath Stewart got by Kline for fourth. Jones finally secured second while Stewart slipped high giving Kline the spot back. Jones now closed on Trigg for the lead, but Leonard, up top, was still looking for his chance. At halfway it was Trigg, Jones, Leonard, Stewart and Kline the top five. Just as Trigg began to put some distance on Jones, Nathan Robbins and Cody Henderson got together to bring out a lap 15 caution. Trigg got away quickly on green while Jason Fitch got sixth from Shafer. Trigg kept increasing his advantage on his way to checkers. “I dedicate this win to 'Reb,'” joked Trigg after I reminded him he still needed to check in before the draw closed, in a few minutes or he'd have started in the back of his heat. His draw landed him a front row starting spot in his heat race. “It was anything but easy. After last night we overtightened it up. It was a handful. It was super snug. I just had to hit my marks and those cautions were not my friend. It was still a good run.” “We're closing in on the sweet spot here at I-37. I can't seem to find the balance at this race track. We're either free off or tight in the center. I don't know. We're getting there, but we're not there yet.” Heaven help the competition if he ever does find it. “One thing our car has is good forward drive. Usually when it slicks off, like tonight, it helps us. I was happy to see it slick off. It was slick, but still had grip in the center of the turn. I overtightened for that.” “I love racing here. The track was great. The competition is the best. I think the south Texas Street Stocks are as strong as it gets. Wish I had the chance to run more, but we'll take what we can get.” Street Stocks 4t Mike Trigg, 41 Wade Jones, 2 Heath Stewart, 7 Cody Leonard, 11k Shawn Kline, 23f Jason Fitch, 77 Chris Shafer, 30 Bryan Meredith, 18 Shawn Moore, 20 Mike Lyon, 933 Cody Henderson, 04 Nathan Robbins, 113 Hector Aguirre, 9s Jarrett Peyton, 94 Allen Torres, 20x Jason Campbell, 00 Beau Bukowski, 28 Megan Lesturgeon, h00 Matthew Hawken, 87 Robert Danielson---dntg, 31 Jeff Hendricks---dns, 36 Frank Okruhlik---dns Street Stock heats Heat 1; 4t Mike Trigg, 11k Shawn Kline, 28 Megan Lestourgeon, 20 Mike Lyon, 18 Shawn Moore, 30 Bryan Meredith, 9s Jarrett Payton, 95s Sterling Tausch---dns Heat 2; 77 Chris Shafer, 113 Hector Aguirre, 87 Robert Danielson, 36 Frank Okruhlik, 20x Jason Campbell, 00 Matthew Hawken, 31 Jeff Hendricks---dns Heat 3; 41 Wade Jones, 7 Cody Leonard, 2 Heath Stewart, 23f Jason Fitch, 94 Allen Torres, 933 Cody Henderson, 00 Beau Bukowski, 04 Nathan Robbins Leddy Lands Pure Stock Pay Day Aaron Leddy(Von Ormy) spoiled the night for Dakota Heinaman and his bid for the bonus sweep money taking home the Pure Stock feature win. Leddy got by Heinaman for the lead just past halfway then held off Heinaman and Clint Montanio on a green, white, checker finish in the event shortened by time limits. On the second try at a start to the(scheduled) 20-lap Pure Stock feature it was Heinaman into turn 1 chased by Leddy, Mason Casteneda, Montanio and Daniel Preston in the top five. Leddy stuck himself to the bumper of Heinaman while Montanio and Preston were door to door for fourth. Behind them Sean Ward, JW Blocker and Kenny Wright were three wide for seventh. That battle came to an end with a caution when Blocker went around collecting Ward and Brandon McCall. Heinaman got a good jump on the restart leaving Leddy side by side with Casteneda. The biggest mover was Colt Beaver who started seventeenth and made his way past Preston for fifth on lap 8. Jesse Sandoval, Caitlin Leonard and drag racer, Jeff Rabedeau tangled for a lap 9 caution. On the restart Leddy turned up the heat on Heinaman and at halfway took the high side, getting his nose out front on lap 11. Leddy secured the spot while Montanio and Casteneda were side by side for third. After a quick yellow for a bumper on track, Montanio began pressuring Heinaman for second looking on the low side. Wright and McCall tangled in turn 4 on lap 14 and brought out a red flag. Surely after losing last nights race after his failed to start after a red, while leading, Leddy had a flashback moment. The race was cut a few laps by officials setting up the final shootout. As green waved, Heinaman ran in high, with Montanio trying to find a line low. Leddy in the Jamie Fuller owned, Reflective Wrecker, C3 Speed Horses, CNC Signs & Grafix, GM crate powered, Oval Components Chassis held off both to score the victory. “I just kind of followed (Dakota) Heinaman the first few laps,” said Leddy. “He's always fast on the track. So I wanted to see what he was going to do and where he was quickest. I took the opportunity to take the high side and get by him once I knew the car would stick up there.” “I was trying to protect the bottom on the restarts. He was taking the high line and getting a bit of momentum. As soon as I could back to the middle-up on the track I went back to running that line.” “There's a little bit of info you can transfer from running the Limited Late Model, but those big tired cars have a lot more power. You tend to overdrive the Pure Stock with less suspension. They're pretty different beasts.” “This is the first win for this car that we built last year. I've won races in a Pure Stock when the track was open before. We'll be taking this car to the big year end show in Corpus.” Pure Stocks 93 Aaron Leddy, 441 Dakota Heinaman, 09 Clint Montanio, 28m Mason Casteneda, 20 Colt Beaver, 13j Justin Randol, 87 Ben Mikulencak, 13 Kris Workman, 5 Dillon Gaither, 88 Caitlin Leonard, 95s Jeff Rabedeau, 53 Treyler Caulfield, 25 Bobby Jack, 6 Daniel Preston, 98 Brandon McCall, 68d Kenny Wright, 73 John Ramirez, 44k Robby Minten, 7 Jesse Sandoval, 8m Joshua McCain, 889 Sean Ward, 15b JW Blocker, 38x Josh Sewell Pure Stock heats Heat 1; 441 Dakota Heinaman, 09 Clint Montanio, 889 Sean Ward, 44k Robby Minten, 20 Colt Beaver, 95s Jeff Rabedeau Heat 2; 93 Aaron Leddy, 13j Justin Randol, 98 Brandon McCall, 13 Kris Workman, 38x Josh Sewell, 88 Caitlin Leonard Heat 3; 28m Mason Casteneda, 15b JW Blocker, 25 Bobby Jack, 7 Jesse Sandoval, 87 Ben Mikulencak, 5 Dillon Gaither Heat 4; 6 Daniel Preston, 68d Kenny Wright, 8m Joshua McCain, 53 Treyler Caulfield, 73 John Ramirez Garner Grabs Last Lap Glory After coming close on a few occasions during the season, Jamie Garner(San Antonio) finally cracked the winners circle, but probably lost a car in the process. Garner reeled in Trevor Bettis in the waning laps of the Sport Compact feature. Bettis, who was looking to pick up some bonus cash for the weekend sweep, saw Garner make a last lap move off turn 4 coming to the checkers. Garner got clipped by Bettis at the line, spun and hit the front stretch wall hard nearly turning over. Garner was able to get out and walk to the winners interview on the front straight. As the 17-car field took the green it was Bettis getting a good jump into turn 1 followed by Garner and Sergio Hexsel side by side as well as Kirk Ball door to door with Gordon Dowdy. Once clearing Hexsel, Garner and Bettis began to pull away. At the midway point it was Bettis, Garner, Hexsel, Ball and Kasey Krauss in the top five. With five to go Garner was still hanging on the Bettis' bumper, literally and figuratively, giving him a few taps along the way in the corners. As the white waved it was still either ones race. Bettis pushed up off the bottom coming off turn 4 and Garner seized the opportunity to sneak by as they raced to the line. The two made contact sending Garner, in the Austin VW around at the flagstand and into front stretch wall. “It was very exciting,” exclaimed Garner, a former TIDA Pro Sedan driver. “We've been trying all year to win one of these races. Glad we finally got one under our belts. It doesn't look like we'll be able to make it back next week now. We had a good time.” “He(Bettis) had been pushing coming off and I could see that. I was sticking to the bottom pretty good. On the last turn he pushed out, left me a hole and I took it. It turned out kind of alright. We''ll see if we can fix this one or have to find another one.” “I think we do well in our VW Scirocco's because we've been doing the same thing for a long time. We haven't been switching bodies or switching brands. We've been running the same type cars for 30 years. We've got the cars figured out. I don't if we'll ever get the dirt figured out. It's definitely challenging.” “This isn't our old TIDA car, It's one we drug out of the Austin VW junk pile and put a cage in it. I could use a Pro Sedan car right now. I have to thank Gerald Higley, Darrel Jones, my family, Joe and Adrian supply the trailer for us.” Sport Compacts 3 Jamie Garner, 44 Sergio Hexsel, 38 Kirk Ball, 114 Kasey Krauss, 63 Gordon Dowdy, 117 Casey Lowe, 6p Jeremy Hernandez, 12 Roy Easler, 5 Ronnie Schoenfeldt, 53 Caleb Dowdy, 56 Treyler Caulfield, 6 Sean Terry, 13 Lizzy Blackstock, 16 Bobby Velasquez, 33 Lizzy Blackstock, 69 Felipe Ruiz, 57 Trevor Bettis---dq(rough driving) Sport Compact heats Heat 1; 38 Kirk Ball, 44 Sergio Hexsel, 114 Kasey Krauss, 5 Ronnie Schoenfeldt, 6 Ethan Jenkins---dns, 6p Jeremy Hernandez---dns Heat 2; 57 Trevor Bettis, 53 Caleb Dowdy, 56 Treyler Caulfield, 13 Hannah Wood, 23 Sean Terry---dntg, 33 Lizzy Blackstock---dns Heat 3; 3 Jamie Garner, 63 Gordon Dowdy, 12 Roy Easler, 117 Casey Lowe, 16 Bobby Velasquez, 69 Felipe Ruiz There's one more show slated for I-37 Speedway to complete the season. November 11th it's Pick-n-Pull Redneck Stress Relief with demo derby, trailer races, monster truck rides along with the Sport Compacts, Street Stocks and Pure Stocks ending the I-37 Speedway schedule.
  13. Street Stock heats Heat 1 4t Mike Trigg 11k Shawn Kline 28 Megan Lestourgeon 20 Mike Lyon 18 Shawn Moore 30 Bryan Meredith 9s Jarrett Payton 95s Sterling Tausch---dns