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HMP's March Madness results, March 23

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Dwarf Car feature

1. 99 Gary Buchanan, 20 Laps

2. 18 Jerry Young, 20

3. 88 Rusty Young, 20

4. 37 Drew Simental, 20

5. 5 Jim Kritikos, 18

6. 42 Dwain Groff, 1

Eco Stock feature

1. 2 Doug Gibson, 20 Laps

2. 74 Mike Mecum, 20

3. 50 Toby Taylor, 20

4. 72 Soren Rasmussen, 20

5. 3 Robert Gibson, 20

6. 51 Brett Devoti, 20

7. 24 Will Planter, 19

Lone Star Legacy feature

1. 37 Jaida Simental, 20 Laps

2. 54 Ty Hymel, 20

3. 23 Peyton Michel, 20

4. 14 Brian Benedict, 20

5. 68 David Duck, 20

6. 44 Austin Bean, 20

7. 31 Donnie Schubert, 19

8. 1 Ethan Barker, 19

9. 48 Mike Knotts, 19

NasKart feature

1. 93 Chad Rogers, 27 Laps

2. 29 Marty Kreis, 27

3. 11 David Molino, 27

4. 22 Hailey Tanner, 26

5. 24 Shelby Huff, 12

6. 3 Delbert May, 11

7.  23 Corey O'Donnell, 5

8. 18 Travis Roderick, 2

9. 7 Roy Hendon, 1

Outlaws

1. 17 Robert Barker, 35 Laps

2. 7 Chris Schild, 35

3. 89 Brandon Spreen, 35

4. 96 Greg Davidson, 35

5. 12 Kelly Reininger, 35

6. 6. Mike Pollaro, 35

7. 71 Deed Dupont, 35

8. 80 Ryan Luza, 31

9. 79 Michael Villarreal,  27

10. 25 JT Schild, 26

Pro Modified feature

1. 5 Jake Kruger, 40 Laps

2. 21 Jason Marshall, 40

3. 81 Christopher Hogan, 40

4. 7 Brian Otts, 40

5. 26 Bob Slezinsky, 40

6. 4 Michael Kourkoubes, 40

7. 31 Chase Schubert, 33

Pro Truck feature

1. 81 Dillon Spreen, 35 Laps

2. 73 Jim Teague, 35

3. 05 Brandon Leonard, 35

4. 13 David Webster, 35

5. 75 Todd Roberts-McAvoy, 35

6. 06 Dale Sheen, 35

7. 14 Michelle Reininger, 35

8. 12 Adam Haugh, 32

9. 7 Zoey Barker, 0

Super Stock feature

1. 8 Brandon Gaither, 20 Laps

2. 44 Damon Bean, 20

3. 49 Brian Schneider, 20

4. 52 Corey Winne, 20

5. 39 Jim Blevins, 7

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My heartfelt apologies to my son (rocket55) for what happened to his #22 Super Stock in practice Friday night. That said, his smiles and enthusiasm will driving the Team Car #52 certainly will be some of my greatest memories. We'll get you some HP under the hood and you'll be in victory lane soon enough! 

 

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Well, we're not Facebook here and if there were missed call, so be it. It always hurts to be on the wrong end of a call and I know that from experience. But there is zero sense in complaining about it on social media.  Maybe next time the call will go the other way.

Race officials are all humans and there were several different ways that call could have been made. Did the third car in line have anything role in the incident?  Did the lead car have a momentary bobble or perhaps didn't get back on the throttle as early as in previous laps?  Did the second car purposefully take the leader out?  Was the middle car the innocent party and ended up the meat in a three car sandwich?

I'm not here to judge, but I am here to make sure that track officials are not targets.

Thanks for everyone's understanding.

Nick

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