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McAninch Survives for NCRA Modified Feature Victory!

Park City, Kansas – October 8, 2016 - Ryan McAninch survived repeated challenges by series point leader Dan Powers and a night full of cautions to claim his second National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products modified feature of the season Saturday night at 81 Speedway in Park City.

Kirby Robe and Powers started on the front row for the thirty lap feature with Powers jumping out into the lead as the green flag fell on the twenty-seven car starting field.

Cautions plagued the feature with Powers up to the task on each restart, holding off repeated challenges by third starting McAninch. Powers, looking for a three-peat series championship, led the first seventeen laps before McAninch drove underneath down the backstretch on lap eighteen to take the lead.

Eleventh starting and “B” feature winner Brian Franz would pass Powers for the runner-up position with four laps to go but by this time McAninch, who had entered constant lapped traffic with five laps to go, had opened up a comfortable distance and went on to claim the five car length victory.

Franz held off a persistent challenge from Powers to finish second while Robe settled for fourth. After getting caught in an accident back on lap six, Jason McGehee worked his way through the field to finish fifth while current series point leader Scott Green came home sixth.

Green will go into the season finale at Salina Speedway in Salina, Kansas on October 8, with a slim 25-point lead while Franz is still within striking distance, just 155-points behind.

The four, ten lap heat races for the thirty car field were won by Powers, McAninch, rookie contender Kyler Kemp and Johnny Cammon. Clint McFadden took home “C” feature honors while Franz led wire-to-wire the ten lap “B” feature.

NCRA Modifieds

81 Speedway/Park City, Kansas


30 Cars

1st Heat: 1) Dan Powers (Wichita, Ks), 2) Kirby Robe (Goddard, Ks), 3) Casey McClaskey (Ponca City, Ok), 4) Alex Cammon (Wichita, Ks), 5) Jake Nightingale (Hutchinson, Ks), 6) Tyler Davis (Haysville, Ks), 7) Andrew Wallace (Wichita, Ks), 8) Kenny Sweet (Wichita, Ks), 9) Fred Traskowsky (Herrington, Ks)

2nd Heat: 1) Ryan McAninch (Hutchinson, Ks), 2) Scott Green (Derby, Ks), 3) Darren Moses (Valley Center, Ks), 4) Jason McGehee (Wichita, Ks), 5) Cuyler Calkin (Wichita, Ks), 6) Clint McFadden (Valley Center, Ks), 7) Alan Blevins (Hutchinson, Ks), 8) Cecil Dymond (Goddard, Ks), 9) Gary Kilbourn (Hutchinson, Ks)

3rd Heat: 1) Kyler Kemp (Maize, Ks), 2) Beau Davis (Cheney, Ks), 3) Brian Franz (Halstead, Ks), 4) Austin Allen (Goddard, Ks), 5) Richard Wilson (Wichita, Ks), 6) Shelby Stucky (Hutchinson, Ks), 7) Josh Lanterman (Derby, Ks), 8) Braden Stoner (Wichita, Ks)

4th Heat: 1) Johnny Cammon (Wichita, Ks), 2) Bill Siemers (Mulvane, Ks), 3) Craig Crossette (Valley Center, Ks), 4) Kendall Kemp (Maize, Ks), 5) Dean Brungardt (McPherson, Ks), 6) Shawn Govern (Valley Center, Ks), 7) Johnny Whitmore (Wichita, Ks), 8) Ross Shipman (Belle Plaine, Ks)

C Feature: 1) Clint McFadden (Valley Center, Ks), 2) Dean Brungardt (McPherson, Ks), 3) Alan Blevins (Hutchinson, Ks), 4) Johnny Whitmore (Wichita, Ks), 5) Josh Lanterman (Derby, Ks), 6) Shelby Stucky (Hutchinson, Ks), 7) Cecil Dymond (Goddard, Ks), 8) Gary Kilbourn (Hutchinson, Ks), 9) Andrew Wallace (Wichita, Ks), 10) Fred Traskowsky
(Herrington, Ks), 11) Shawn Govern (Valley Center, Ks), 12) Braden Stoner (Wichita, Ks), 13) Kenny Sweet (Wichita,
Ks), 14) Ross Shipman (Belle Plaine, Ks)

B Feature: 1) Brian Franz (Halstead, Ks), 2) Tyler Davis (Haysville, Ks), 3) Jason McGehee (Wichita, Ks), 4) Cuyler Calkin (Wichita, Ks), 5) Kendall Kemp (Maize, Ks), 6) Clint McFadden (Valley Center, Ks), 7) Cecil Dymond (Goddard, Ks), 8) Josh Lanterman (Derby, Ks), 9) Gary Kilbourn (Hutchinson, Ks), 10) Alan Blevins (Hutchinson, Ks), 11) Dean Brungardt (McPherson, Ks), 12) Andrew Wallace (Wichita, Ks), 13) Jake Nightingale (Hutchinson, Ks), 14) Alex Cammon (Wichita, Ks), 15) Austin Allen (Goddard, Ks), 16) Fred Traskowsky (Herrington, Ks), 17) Richard Wilson (Wichita, Ks), 18) Johnny Whitmore (Wichita, Ks), 19) Shelby Stucky (Hutchinson, Ks), 20) Darren Moses (Valley Center, Ks)

A Feature: 1) Ryan McAninch (Hutchinson, Ks), 2) Brian Franz (Halstead, Ks), 3) Dan Powers (Wichita, Ks), 4) Kirby Robe (Goddard, Ks), 5) Jason McGehee (Wichita, Ks), 6) Scott Green (Derby, Ks), 7) Beau Davis (Cheney, Ks), 8) Austin Allen (Goddard, Ks), 9) Kyler Kemp (Maize, Ks), 10) Cecil Dymond (Goddard, Ks), 11) Casey McClaskey (Ponca City, Ok), 12) Jake Nightingale (Hutchinson, Ks), 13) Craig Crossette (Valley Center, Ks), 14) Bill Siemers (Mulvane, Ks), 15) Gary Kilbourn (Hutchinson, Ks), 16) Andrew Wallace (Wichita, Ks), 17) Dean Brungardt (McPherson, Ks), 18) Alan Blevins (Hutchinson, Ks), 19) Josh Lanterman (Derby, Ks), 20) Cuyler Calkin (Wichita, Ks), 21) Kendall Kemp (Maize, Ks), 22) Clint McFadden (Valley Center, Ks), 23) Fred Traskowsky (Herrington, Ks), 24) Johnny Cammon (Wichita, Ks), 25) Tyler Davis (Haysville, Ks), 26) Alex Cammon (Wichita, Ks)

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