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I-37 Speedway updates 4/24/21


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Late Model heats

Heat 1

4 Bo Day

130 Chase Allen

32 Beau Begnaud

88 Bobby Jack

08 Alton Fambro

57 Jason Kelly

 

 

Heat 2

89c Steve Whiteaker jr

25 Robbie Starnes

12 Kody Hardage

29 Jamie Campbell

99 Frank Okruhlik

25s Robert Starnes

 

Heat 3

104 Brandon Brzozowski

10 Landon Sowder

5r Ryan Doyon

82 Jared Stepanski

19 Barry Quade

1x Andrew Hesler

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IMCA Modified heats

Heat 1

89c Steve Whiteaker jr

8g Greg Dinsmore

86 Dillon Tindall

48r Raymond McSpadden

96 Jared Maupin

53x Chandler Fox

14t Talon Minten

377 Donald Banker

56 Gilbert Amezquita

 

Heat 2

78 Trevor Egbert

83 Chris Swenson

5r Ryan Doyon

44x Brandon Welker

117 Cpdy Tidwell

7 Stephen Boubel

5 Cody Clark

77 Robert Liese

8gII Logan Dinsmore

 

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Sport Compact heats

Heat 1

29k Dylan Kowalik

816 Ryan McDonald

33 Jamie Garner

81 Michael Burris

11j Josh Jones

55 Ryker Hernandez

14t Shaun Tracy

9t John Thomas

35 Darrel Jones

 

 

Heat 2

14 Brandon McCall

12 Roy Easler jr

32 Joshua Garcia

88 Justin Sitterle

8 Ronnie Schoenfeldt

007 Aaron Driscoll

43 Jennifer Kidd

28 Levi Hernandez

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Limited Modified heats

Heat 1

91 Craig Oakes

26g JJJennings

779 Cody Beddoe

h14 Heath Stewart

7k Kevin Parker

17 Casey Lowe

bd2 Daniel Preston

 

 

Heat 2

96 Jared Maupin

66 Steve Whiteaker jr

22m Anthony Gordon

11t Tom Grothues

95 Sterling Tausch

000 Kyle Carter

107 Kody Parker

 

 

Heat 3

79 Marcus Mikulencak

5r Ryan Doyon

24r Robby Minten

21 Nathan Oakes

15 Chase Laven

7 Lupe Gomez

 

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Factory Stock heats

Heat 1

21r Eric Ramos

717 George Egbert

99d Dillon Gaither

29 Jose Lopez

98 William Saunders

10 Scott Jerkins

36 George Quintanilla

34h Hunter Peterson

 

 

Heat 2

40 Dakota Hurley

25r Nathan Rachui

8c Cameron Dinsmore

93 Aaron Leddy

20 Ricky Long jr

999 Steven Doty

30 Memphis Villareal--dq

 

Heat 3

747 GW Hessong

99 Allen Alexander

741 Cameron Starry

38 Josh Sewell

48 Mike Land

56 Kenny Hurley

189 Kyle Kirkland

 

Heat 4

13 Johnny Johnson

4d Dustin Hurley

20 Mike Lyon

23k Kasey Krauss

28 Colin Hodges

44k Michael Keylich

27t Curtis Twardesk

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Factory Stock B-main(Top 5 to A)

B-main 1

29 Jose Lopez jr

38 Josh Sewell

48 Mike Land

56 Kenny Hurley

98 William Saunders

34h Hunter Peterson

36 George Quintanilla

10 Scott Jerkins

18 Kyle Kirland

 

B-main 2

30 Memphis Villareal

28 Collin Hodges

44k Michael Keylich

999 Steven Doty

27t Curtis Twardeski

23k Kasey Krauss

93 Aaron Leddy

20r Ricky Long---dq

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Price Chevrolet IMCA Modifieds

89c Steve Whiteaker jr

78 Trevor Egbert

96 Jared Maupin

5r Ryan Doyon

17 Cody Tidwell

48r Raymond McSpadden

86 Dillon Tindall

14t Talon Minten

377 Donald Banker

8gII Logan Dinsmore

77 Robert Liese jr

53x Chandler Fox

5 Cody Clark

7 Stephen Boubel

44x Brandon Welker

83 Chris Swenson

8g Greg Dinsmore

56 Gilbert Amezquita---dntg

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Nogalitos Gear Late Models

 

130 Chase Allen

4 Bo Day

25 Robbie Starnes

104 Brandon Brzozowski

12 Kody Hardage

10 Landon Sowder

99 Frank Okruhlik

57 Jason Kelly

29 Jamie Campbell

32 Beau Begnaud

88 Bobby Jack

82 Jared Stepnaski

5r Ryan Doyon

1x Andrew Hesler

08 Alton Fambro

89c Steve Whiteaker jr---dq(tech-chip)

19 Barry Quade---dns

25s Robert Starnes---dns

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All in Design Factory Stocks

13 Johnny Johnson

747 GW Hessong

717 George Egbert

21r Eric Ramos

8c Cameron Dinsmore

30 Memphis Villareal

25 Nathan Rachui

38 Josh Sewell

28 Collin Hodges

29 Jose Lopez jr

20 Mike Lyon

48 Mike Land

27t Curtis Twardeski

56 Kenny Hurley

98 William Saunders

4d Dustin Hurley

44k Michael Keylich

40 Dakota Hurley

999 Steven Doty

99d Dillon Gaither

99 Allen Alexander

741 Cameron Starry

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Sport Compacts

816 Ryan McDonald

33 Jamie Garner

14 Brandon McCall

12 Roy Easler jr

88 Justin Sitterle

11j Josh Jones

55 Ryker Hernandez

14t Shaun Tracy

007 Aaron Driscoll

9t John Thomas

35 Darrel Jones

28 Levi Hernandez

29k Dylan Kowalik

8 Ronnie Schoefeldt

81 Michael Burris jr

43 Jennifer Kidd

32 Joshua Garcia

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Swenson Racing Products Limited Modifieds

26g JJ Jennings

96 Jared Maupin

91 Craig Oakes

66 Steve Whiteaker jr

779 Cody Beddoe

22m Anthony Gordon

h14 Heath Stewart

11 Tom Grothues

7k Kevin Parker

15 Chase Laven

7 Lupe Gomez

95 Sterling Tausch

21 Nathan Oakes

17 Casey Lowe

000 Kyle Carter

79 Marcus Mikulencak

5r Ryan Doyon

bd2 Daniel Preston

107 Kody Parker---dns

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On 4/25/2021 at 12:35 PM, NickHolt said:

Thanks, Jay, for keeping us up to date!

 

i think reb is getting realy skinny nick ..  HE HAS BEEN MAIL BOX WATCHING FOR YEARS . looking for that check that no one has sent yet .. POOR MAN IS STARVING  .

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6 hours ago, King237 said:

I enjoy Rebs reports and read them all. What I'd like to know is when I'll see Mr Hi Techs car in a race at I-37?

 

well we had a little issue with one cylinder going on the run ..and  not in the motor . ,could have raced it but unless everyone pulled a plug wire we would have been just a tad slow ...wet track would have been great for that .. ordered parts early enough to  make both nights at i37 . GOOD PART NUMBER BUT RING MAKER DECIDED THEY WOULD SEND THICK RINGS  no memmo from them on the change ..  that took us out of the weekend show .boy those drivers lucked out lol ..wasnt fun sitting home we looked forward for those two nights .. as for me personaly  behind the wheel  only in my truck and its slow ..just like me .. but but if you have a car and want me to drive it .i will .. Drive it i said the racing part would have  to  come later ..

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15 hours ago, King237 said:

Just pretend you are Slick Yoemans in the Red 24 Thunderbird.......you’ll be fine Hi-Tech

i already tried that .it didnt work out ,,even tried to be rick rapp . that didnt work out also .. so i figured just trying to be me  I WASNT SO BAD i won races  i  could handle a car . i didnt wreck others maybe moved a few  ..i never wrecked my own cars ..i could not afford to .handme down parts was all i could afford and made them work alot of time .. ONE driver who battled everynight came over to my car wondering if i had another carb .a big race that night and i broke off every bell housing bolt except for one .. i was going to run one lap and pull off so i offered him my carb ... we changed them out my junk for his  he didnt realize it was one of his junks he gave me  i  made it work .. .well i didnt pull off after the first lap car was running so good with his carb i finished the race 3rd i passed him with his carb  he didnt like but he liked mine . so we traded ..so you never know 

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Back in the early 70's when I started racing that was how it was (and probably now too) . People in racing are always helping out a fellow driver with a part and I've even had welding done at the track by competitors ....that's what the "racing family" does for one another. Probably why its my favorite sport.

Question for Nick: Do competing teams help each other out at the NASCAR  level like they do at a local track? Please answer and elaborate on it if you will. Thx

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1 hour ago, King237 said:

Back in the early 70's when I started racing that was how it was (and probably now too) . People in racing are always helping out a fellow driver with a part and I've even had welding done at the track by competitors ....that's what the "racing family" does for one another. Probably why its my favorite sport.

Question for Nick: Do competing teams help each other out at the NASCAR  level like they do at a local track? Please answer and elaborate on it if you will. Thx

King237,

Back in the day before big money took over NASCAR, there was plenty of sharing taking place - much like short track racing today. 

But I doubt very seriously that parts and accurate advice are shared between the various teams in today's money-driven NASCAR.  In fact, when a key (read, knowledgeable) team member leaves a team, they almost always have to sign a non-compete agreement preventing them from working with , or sharing information with,  competing teams.

 Parts and electronic data are guarded like Fort Knox.  And in the garage area, prying eyes are shooed away with many teams putting up barriers when working around "sensitive" areas of the car. 

The only exceptions are for big organizations with multiple teams competing from the same shop. Even then, there have been numerous instances where the team receiving parts or info from stablemates have claimed inferior parts or erroneous information were provided. 

Imagine that!

 

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