Sep 16

Kinser headlines Outlaws, USAC sprint doubleheader at Action Track

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Terre Haute, Ind. – Old habits are hard to break, but Steve Kinser is competing for the World of Outlaws title one last time. The 20-time series champion from Bloomington, Ind., Kinser is known as the King of the Outlaws, but he’s making one last run at the title and one more swing through the United States while driving the Tony Stewart Racing entry in the famed series, including the stop at the Action Track in Terre Haute Wednesday.

“Racing in the Outlaws has been my life for almost 40 years,’’ Kinser said. “It’s all I’ve known. My family has been around it. I’ve had the pleasure of running up and down the road racing all across the country, and even in Canada, Mexico and Australia with this series. I knew it wasn’t going to last forever.’’

The Salute to the King kicked off  in February as Kinser made his way through his 37th season. In his remarkable career, Kinser has won Outlaws events at 142 race tracks, including 42 on this year’s grueling schedule. He has 34 wins at Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio, 34 more at Knoxville (Iowa) Raceway and 26 Outlaws triumphs at Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pa. World of Outlaws races in Indiana in the 1980s were can’t-miss attractions to a kid from Columbus, Ind., named Tony Stewart.

“I never missed at Outlaw show in the area when I was growing up,’’ Stewart said. “We waited for all those nights like they were holidays. It was incredible watching Steve race with Sammy (Swindell) and Doug (Wolfgang). He was our guy, being from Indiana. When he won, it gave us all something to brag about.’’

Kinser will go for bragging rights one more time at the Action Track, where he won four straight events in 1993 and 1994. The series makes its first appearance at the Action Track since 2006 as part of a unique two-night doubleheader. After the World of Outlaws on Wednesday, the USAC AMSOIL National Sprint car series returns for the Jim Hurtubise Classic on Thursday.

The back-to-back racing brings some of the best drivers in the world to the same track on the Wabash Valley Fairgrounds. There’s great camping right outside the track. Spend a night or two. See the fearless World of Outlaws and those wing sprint cars fly around the Action Track in their first appearance here since Joe Saldana won here in 2006. On the following night, watch the USAC non-wing sprints roar around the track in their first race since the Indiana Sprint Week thriller won by Bryan Clauson in July.

Joey Saldana looks to win again at the Action Track after taking the victory here in 2006. Don’t forget your retro Kinser gear for one last autograph. Tickets for the World of Outlaws are $35 for reserved seats, $30 for non-reserved grandstand seats and $20 for infield tickets. Pit passes are $40. Pits open at 2 p.m. while grandstands and infield seating open at 4 p.m. with hot laps at 6:30 p.m. (all times Eastern). Go to Terrehauteactiontrack.net to order tickets.

On Sept. 18, USAC sprint cars return to one of their favorite stops. Already this season, Dave Darland took the checkered flag in the Tony Hulman Classic before Bryan Clauson scored the victory in a thrilling feature during Indiana Sprint Week. Later in the summer, Darland surpassed Tom Bigelow with 53 wins to set the record in a USAC sprint car. Clauson is the two-time defending USAC AMSOIL Spring Car National Champion, but his first win at the Action Track earlier summer was Clauson’s first in Terre Haute. Expect a major battle on Indiana soil.

Tickets USAC sprint cars are $25 for grandstand seating and $15 for infield tickets. Pit passes are $35. Pits open at 3 p.m. with the grandstands and infield open at 4 p.m. with hot laps starting at 6:30 p.m. (all times Eastern).

Modifieds will race for UMP national points on both nights. NASCAR stars Ken Schrader and Kenny Wallace are scheduled to compete.

The Action Track ticket office can be reached by calling 812-232-4040.

 

 

Sep 13

Pro late models, hot dog eating contest and Bud Light Ladies title fight

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MACON, Ill. – The racing season won’t slow down as Heinkel’s Three Dog Night features some of the best action and fun all season at Macon Speedway. While the racing program features the addition of Pro Late Models running for a points fund and UMP national points, the night includes $1 hot dogs, a hot dog eating contest and free merchandise, including variety meat packs from Heinkel’s. Women also receive half-price admission as the gals from Decatur bars competing in the Bud Light Ladies Night Championship presented by Y103.

Macon Speedway added Pro Late Models to the action including a $500 to win feature. The field will also be competing in a two-night point fund combined with the action at Lincoln (Ill.) Speedway Friday. The point fund winner takes home an extra $400, with second place getting $200, third grabbing $150, fourth taking $100 and fifth and sixth heading home with an extras $75 apiece. Billingsley Towing Modifieds, Street Stocks, Sportsman, Outlaw Hornets, Stock Hornets and the Illinois Lightning Sprint Series will also race. Grandstands open at 5 p.m. with racing at 7.

In the Bud Light Ladies Night Championship presented by Y103, the winning driver earns a prize package and a trophy goes to the bar she represents. The racers represent four bars:

Rocco — Jenny Cramer and Dana Damery

Starship Billiards – Dawn Reynolds and Holly Vinson

Woody’s – Laurel Phipps and Brianna Livingston

Pop’s Place – Christine Vogel and Michelle Perry.

 

Heinkel’s is a Decatur tradition. The wieners and sausages helped Heinkel’s earn the title of Illinois-Indiana grand champion of meat processors in 2013. The company’s smoked turkey legs are favorites at county fairs, theme parks and NASCAR events, so they were added to the Macon Speedway concessions this season. Two meat variety packs will also be given away. The assortment will include bacon, polish sausage, grand champion wieners, Andouille and fresh rope sausage. One of the variety packs goes to the hot dog eating champion and another one goes to a lucky fan. Be on the lookout for free T-shirts and camo hats, because hunters should also think about Heinkel’s during deer season. Last fall, Heinkel’s introduced the newest product to their Venison line-up, Jalapeno & Cheddar Venison Wieners.

For more information, follow Macon Speedway at (www.maconracing.com), Facebook  (www.facebook.com/maconracing) and Twitter (@maconspeedway). It’s easy to join the Macon Speedway text service. Fans can text MSFANS to 74574 to receive fan information. Drivers can text MSDRIVERS to 74574 to receive driver information. Message and data rates may apply. Updates are also available by calling Macon Speedway at 217-764-3000. Macon Speedway is located nine miles south of Decatur on U.S. 51, then 0.6 miles west on Andrews Street and south to 205 N. Wiles.

 

 

Sep 11

World of Outlaws makes long awaited return to Terre Haute Action Track

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TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – None of the top four drivers in the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series championship standings has ever won at the Terre Haute Action Track, but there’s no doubt Donny Schatz, Daryn Pittman, Paul McMahan and Kerry Madsen will be trying to add their names to the track’s record book on Wednesday, Sept. 17.

On top of that, Indiana native Steve Kinser, who won four times in a row at the Indiana half-mile in 1993 and 1994, will be taking aim at one more Action Track win in his final season on the road with the World of Outlaws. The 20-time Outlaws champ is a native of nearby Bloomington, Ind.

Joey Saldana is the last Outlaws winner at the Action Track, taking the victory in 2006 in the series’ last appearance at the lightning fast track. He’s another Indiana native who wants to protect home turf.

“I can’t wait,’’ said Saldana, who has five wins and a series high 22 quick times this season. “I remember going there quite a bit when I was little because you had to unload in the infield. Growing up, I lived in the Terre Haute infield. It’s a great facility. We haven’t been there in a long time so hopefully it’s a sellout. It’s time to go back. I can’t wait to go back.’’

UMP modifieds will join the program on Sept. 17 and the following night, when USAC AMSOIL Sprint Car Series returns for the rescheduled Jim Hurtubise Classic.

For more information, go online to terrehauteactiontrack.net.

PREVIOUS ACTION TRACK WINNERS

2006 – Joey Saldana

2003 – Danny Lasoski, Danny Lasoski

2002 – Danny Lasoski, Danny Lasoski

2001 – Mark Kinser, Steve Shaffer

2000 – Mark Kinswer, Danny Lasoski

1999 – Mark Kinser

1998 – Stevie Smith

1997 – Sammy Swindell

1995 — Mark Kinser, Mark Kinser

1994 – Steve Kinser, Steve Kinser

1993 – Steve Kinser, Steve KInser

1980 – Rickey Hood

 

 

Sep 10

Clauson looking to build on USAC Sprint win at Action Track in July

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           Jim Hurtubise won five consecutive USAC National Sprint Car races at the Terre Haute (Ind.) Action Track during one stretch from 1960-1962!!!
            It’s been 52 years and 137 more USAC Sprint races and nobody yet has been able to match Hurtubise’s feat. AND – it won’t be challenged next Thursday night (September 18) when the “Jim Hurtubise Classic” returns to the half-mile dirt oval after having been rained out August 29.
            Bryan Clauson is riding a one-game winning streak in the AMSOIL USAC Sprint cars at Terre Haute. Since Hurtubise’s feat, only four drivers have even come close. Bubby Jones won four straight in 1979 while Roger McCluskey (1966), Gary Bettenhausen (1968-69) and Levi Jones (2005) put together three in a row.
            The September 18 race is the 150th for the USAC Sprint cars at the venerable Vigo County Fairgrounds. It could be pivotal in the 2014 race for the 2014 series title.
            Dave Darland, whose only two Terre Haute Sprint wins came 21 years apart (1993 and 2014), leads the series with a five-point cushion over Brady Bacon, who has yet to score at the Action Track. Clauson, whose initial USAC Sprint win at Terre Haute just came in July, is third in the standings, 40 points behind the leader.
            The Terre Haute race kicks off a busy week for the series, which travels to Rossburg, Ohio for the Saturday night (September 20) “4-Crown Nationals.”
            One driver seeking his second 2104 victory is Jerry Coons Jr., who won the 2013 running of the “Jim Hurtubise Classic.”
2014 AMSOIL USAC National Sprint Car Standings: 1-Dave Darland-1,520, 2-Brady Bacon-1,515, 3-Bryan Clauson-1,480, 4-Jon Stanbrough-1,428, 5-Chase Stockon-1,297, 6-Justin Grant-1,230, 7-Chris Windom-1,206, 8-Tracy Hines-1,195, 9-Robert Ballou-1,085, 10-Hunter Schuerenberg-1,067

Sep 10

World of Outlaws, USAC Sprint cars race back-to-back at Action Track

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TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – Before packing away the seat cushions and coolers for the season, there’s a high speed Sprint car doubleheader on the lightning fast Action Track in Terre Haute. On Wednesday, Sept. 17, the World of Outlaws hits the half-mile dirt oval in one of Steve Kinser’s last appearances in Indiana as a full-time driver in the series. On Thursday, Sept. 18, the Jim Hurtubise Classic returns USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Cars to the famed oval after bad weather forced a postponement last month.

The back-to-back racing brings some of the best drivers in the world to the same track on the Wabash Valley Fairgrounds. There’s great camping right outside the track. Spend a night or two. See the great World of Outlaws and those wing sprint cars fly around the Action Track in their first appearance here since 2006. On the following night, watch the USAC non-wing sprints roar around the track in their first race since the Indiana Sprint Week thriller won by Bryan Clauson in July.

Joey Saldana looks to win again at the Action Track after taking the victory here in 2006. Of course, a big portion of the crowd will be on hand to see Kinser, the Bloomington, Ind., native who is making a victory lap this season after winning 20 championships in the powerhouse tour. Kinser ponders a part-time schedule in 2015, but who knows how many more times the King of the Outlaws will race in the future. Don’t forget your retro gear for one last autograph.

Tickets are $35 for reserved seats, $30 for non-reserved grandstand seats and $20 for infield tickets. Pit passes are $40. Pits open at 2 p.m. while grandstands and infield seating open at 4 p.m. with hot laps at 6:30 p.m. (all times Eastern). Go to Terrehauteactiontrack.net to order tickets.

On Sept. 18, USAC sprint cars return to one of their favorite stops. Already this season, Dave Darland took the checkered flag in the Tony Hulman Classic before Clauson scored the victory in a thrilling feature during Indiana Sprint Week. Later in the summer, Darland surpassed Tom Bigelow with 53 wins to set the record in a USAC sprint car. Clauson is the two-time defending USAC AMSOIL Spring Car National Champion, but he grabbed his first win at the Action Track. Expect a major battle on Indiana soil.

Tickets are $25 for grandstand seating and $15 for infield tickets. Pit passes are $35. Pits open at 3 p.m. with the grandstands and infield open at 4 p.m. and hot laps starting at 6:30 p.m. (all times Eastern).

Modifieds will race for UMP national points on both nights.

The Action Track ticket office can be reached by calling 812-232-4040.

 

 

Sep 09

Pro late models ready to make history at Macon Speedway Saturday

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MACON, Ill. – A driver will make history on Saturday when he steps into victory lane at legendary Macon Speedway for the win in the first ever Pro Late Model feature at the fifth-mile high banked dirt oval. Macon Speedway is proud to announce the addition of Pro Late Models to the program on Sept. 13 with a $500 to win feature race plus a two-night point fund in conjunction with the program the previous night at Lincoln (Ill.) Speedway. With the big paycheck and the possibility of even more money with the two-night doubleheader, Macon Speedway expects a high number of crate late models to arrive at the legendary fifth-mile high banked oval for a fabulous night of racing.

Macon Speedway is happy to open its legendary fifth-mile high banked dirt oval for the first time to the pro late models. UMP national points will also be up for grabs.

Two-day point fund

Lincoln Speedway Friday, Sept. 12/Macon Speedway Saturday, Sept. 13

First place –      $400

Second place –  $200

Third place –    $150

Fourth place –  $100

Fifth place –      $75

Sixth place –      $75

Like Macon Speedway, Lincoln Speedway will also pay $500 to win in the pro late model class on Sept. 12. The winner of the two-night point fund earns another $400, followed by $200 for second, $150 for third, $100 for fourth and $75 for both fifth and sixth. Pro late models have become a strong part of other tracks in the state, and Macon Speedway wants to give them a chance to run at the famous oval. Drivers are already talking about the opportunity after Macon Speedway first began spreading the word last month. So get your trailer loaded and head to Macon Speedway for some fun on the world’s fastest fifth-mile dirt oval.

For more information, follow Macon Speedway at (www.maconracing.com), Facebook  (www.facebook.com/maconracing) and Twitter (@maconspeedway). It’s easy to join the Macon Speedway text service. Fans can text MSFANS to 74574 to receive fan information. Drivers can text MSDRIVERS to 74574 to receive driver information. Message and data rates may apply. Updates are also available by calling Macon Speedway at 217-764-3000. Macon Speedway is located nine miles south of Decatur on U.S. 51, then 0.6 miles west on Andrews Street and south to 205 N. Wiles.

 

 

Sep 09

Pro late models, Bud Light Ladies Night rev up Heinkel’s Three Dog Night

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MACON, Ill. – With Heinkel’s products a fan favorite in the concession stands for decades, Macon Speedway is excited to unveil the food specials and fun activities during Heinkel’s Three Dog Night Saturday. While the racing program features the addition of Pro Late Models running for a points fund and UMP national points, the night loaded up on fun in the grandstands with $1 hot dogs, a hot dog eating contest and free merchandise, including variety meat packs from Heinkel’s. Women also receive half-price admission as the gals from Decatur bars competing in the Bud Light Ladies Night Championship presented by Y103.

Macon Speedway added Pro Late Models to the action including a $500 to win feature. The field will also be competing in a two-night point fund combined with the action at Lincoln (Ill.) Speedway Friday. The point fund winner takes home an extra $400, with second place getting $200, third grabbing $150, fourth taking $100 and fifth and sixth heading home with an extras $75 apiece. Billingsley Towing Modifieds, Street Stocks, Sportsman, Outlaw Hornets, Stock Hornets and the Illinois Lightning Sprint Series will also race. Grandstands open at 5 p.m. with racing at 7.

In the Bud Light Ladies Night Championship presented by Y103, the winning driver earns a prize package and a trophy goes to the bar she represents. The racers represent four bars:

Rocco — Jenny Cramer and Dana Damery

Starship Billiards – Dawn Reynolds and Holly Vinson

Woody’s – Laurel Phipps and Brianna Livingston

Pop’s Place – Christine Vogel and Michelle Perry.

 

Heinkel’s is a Decatur tradition. The wieners and sausages helped Heinkel’s earn the title of Illinois-Indiana grand champion of meat processors in 2013. The company’s smoked turkey legs are favorites at county fairs, theme parks and NASCAR events, so they were added to the Macon Speedway concessions this season. Two meat variety packs will also be given away. The assortment will include bacon, polish sausage, grand champion wieners, Andouille and fresh rope sausage. One of the variety packs goes to the hot dog eating champion and another one goes to a lucky fan. Be on the lookout for free T-shirts and camo hats, because hunters should also think about Heinkel’s during deer season. Last fall, Heinkel’s introduced the newest product to their Venison line-up, Jalapeno & Cheddar Venison Wieners.

For more information, follow Macon Speedway at (www.maconracing.com), Facebook  (www.facebook.com/maconracing) and Twitter (@maconspeedway). It’s easy to join the Macon Speedway text service. Fans can text MSFANS to 74574 to receive fan information. Drivers can text MSDRIVERS to 74574 to receive driver information. Message and data rates may apply. Updates are also available by calling Macon Speedway at 217-764-3000. Macon Speedway is located nine miles south of Decatur on U.S. 51, then 0.6 miles west on Andrews Street and south to 205 N. Wiles.

 

 

Sep 08

Indiana’s fall Sprint Week hits Kokomo, Terre Haute with big action

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Sep 08

Kody Swanson wins Bettenhausen 100 Sunday on Springfield Mile

USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RACE RESULTS: September 7, 2014 - Springfield, Illinois – Illinois State Fairgrounds - ”Tony Bettenhausen 100″

 

QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Kody Swanson, 63, DePalma-31.999; 2. Jacob Wilson, 07, Wilson-32.140; 3. Tracy Hines, 16, Lightfoot-32.314; 4. Brady Bacon, 14, McQuinn-32.415; 5. Bobby East, 10, Stewart/Curb-Agajanian-32.610; 6. A.J. Fike, 3, RFMS-32.923; 7. Shane Cockrum, 66, Hardy-33.046; 8. Bryan Clauson, 20, Nolen-33.101; 9. Dave Darland, 19, Longworth-33.235; 10. Steven Russell, 41, McQuinn-33.335; 11. Caleb Armstrong, 9, Armstrong-33.436; 12. Chris Windom, 17, RW/Curb-Agajanian-33.580; 13. Jerry Coons Jr., 98, RPM/Gormly-33.606; 14. David Byrne, 40, Byrne-33.705; 15. Davey Ray, 25, Sachs-33.877; 16. Levi Jones, 56, Fox-33.927; 17. Russ Gamester, 51, Gamester-34.347; 18. Chris Fetter, 88, Fetter-34.369; 19. Jackie Burke, 86, Burke-34.596; 20. Randy Bateman, 55, Bateman-34.656; 21. Patrick Lawson, 2, Lawson-34.913; 22. John Hunt, 91, Hunt-35.558; 23. Chris Urish, 77, Urish-NT; 24. Kenny Gentry, 18, Gentry-NT.

 

FEATURE: (100 Laps) 1. Kody Swanson, 2. Tracy Hines, 3. Bobby East, 4. A.J. Fike, 5. Chris Windom, 6. Bryan Clauson, 7. Jerry Coons Jr., 8. Dave Darland, 9. Levi Jones, 10. Brady Bacon, 11. Russ Gamester, 12. Jacob Wilson, 13. Davey Ray, 14. Steven Russell, 15. Chris Fetter, 16. David Byrne, 17. Randy Bateman, 18. Jackie Burke, 19. Patrick Lawson, 20. Caleb Armstrong, 21. Shane Cockrum, 22. John Hunt, 23. Kenny Gentry, 24. Chris Urish. NT

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FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-100 Swanson.

 

NEW USAC SILVER CROWN SERIES POINT STANDINGS: 1-Swanson-483, 2-Hines-456, 3-East-429, 4-Windom-363, 5-Coons-303, 6-Wilson-269, 7-Fike-263, 8-Darland-233, 9-Armstrong-228, 10-Cockrum-213.

 

NEXT USAC SILVER CROWN RACE: September 20 - Rossburg, OH – Eldora Speedway - ”4-Crown Nationals”

 

 

Sep 07

Daum, Clauson earn wins in POWRi midgets at Macon Speedway Saturday

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Zach Daum won the first POWRi midget feture at Macon Speedway Saturday.

MACON – POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Series points leader Zach Daum stormed to the victory in the first feature race at Macon Speedway Saturday night in front of a loaded field. Daum, of Pocahontas, Ill., started from the front row and held off Bryan Clauson of Noblesville, Ind., for the victory.

Clauson, the reigning Chili Bowl champion, came back to win the second feature before a packed house at the legendary fifth-mile high banked dirt oval as the POWRi series completed its only races of the season here after rainouts kept them from running or finishing in five previous dates.

The open wheel weekend continues with the Tony Bettenhausen 100 for USAC Silver Crown cars Sunday at the Illinois State Fairgrounds. Grandstands open at 9 a.m. with practice at 10, qualifying at 11:15 and the race at 1:30 p.m.

The racing was already thrilling at Macon Speedway. The track was fast, and the POWRi drivers had plenty of room to maneuver. The cushion was pushed toward the wall, and there were three lanes of racing for the final POWRi midget feature.

Clauson pulled away from Darren Hagen and Justin Grant for the victory in the second feature. Clauson is also a 2012 Indianapolis 500 qualifier.

Devin Feger and Nathan Benson scored the victories in the POWRi Outlaw Micro  features. Meanwhile, Bobby Beiler grabbed the win in the Street Stocks, and Collin Alexander took the checkered flag in the Billingsley Towing Modifieds.

John Bright Jr. won the Outlaw Hornets, and Garth Luka captured the trophy in Stock Hornets.

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 Bryan Clauson won the second POWRi midget feature at Macon Speedway.

MACON SPEEDWAY RESULTS

POWRI MIDGETS (Feature No. 1) – 1. Zach Daum, 2. Bryan Clauson, 3. Darren Hagen, 4. Justin Peck, 5. Austin Brown, 6. Park Price-Miller, 7. Chett Gehrke, 8. Daniel Robinson, 9. Andy Malpocker, 10. Robbie Ray, 11. Ryan Criswell, 12. David Budres, 13. Danny Smith, 14. Andrew Felker, 15. Seth Motsinger, 16. Daniel Adler.

POWRI MIDGETS (Feature No. 2) – 1. Bryan Clauson, 2. Darren Hagen, 3. Justin Grant, 4. Zach Daum, 5. Andy Malpocker, 6. Terry Babb, 7. Dave Darland, 8. Andrew Felker, 9. Daniel Robinson, 10. Parker Price-Miller, 11. Justin Peck, 12. Austin Brown, 13. Seth Motsinger, 14. Chett Gehrke, 15. Spencer Bayston, 16. Shane Cottle, 17. Tyler Robbins, 18. David Budres, 19. Jake Neuman, 20. Colten Cottle.

POWRI MICROS (Feature No. 1) – 1. Devin Feger, 2. Matt Ponder, 3. Nathan Benson, 4. Jason Harms, 5. Nick Howard, 6. Garrett Duff, 7. Kyle Schuett, 8. Joe B Miller, 9. Jake Neuman, 10. Joe Faloon, 11. Steve Finn, 12. Evan Turner, 13. Tyler Duff, 14. Jeremy Camp, 15. Andrew Peters, 16. Matt Howard, 17. Joey Wirth, 18. Dereck King, 19. Jimmy Miller, 20. Aaron Andruskevitch.

POWRI MICROS (Feature No. 2) – 1. Nathan Benson, 2, Matt Howard, 3. Nick Howard, 4. Jeremy Camp, 5. Luke Verardi, 6. Kyle Schuett, 7. Andrew Peters, 8. Joe Faloon, 9. Aaron Andruskevitch, 10. Dereck King, 11. Jason Harms, 12. Jeff Beasley, 13. Garrett Duff, 14. Joe B. Miller, 15. Lindsey Howard, 16. Austin Stewart, 17. Devin Feger, 18. Jake Neuman, 19. Shelby Boise, 20. Tyler Duff, 21. Matt Ponder, 22. Joey Wirth, 23. Nic Harris.

STREET STOCKS – 1. Bobby Beiler, 2. Greg Osman, 3. Brian Dasenbrock, 4. Nick Justice, 5. Thomas Riech, 6. Luke Force, 7. Gene Reed, 8. Roy MaGee II, 9. Larry Russell Jr., 10. Jake Weatherford, 11. Kyle Waters, 12. Jason Scrimpsher, 13. Dustin Reed, 14. Ronnie Burns, 15. Terry Miller.

BILLINGSLEY TOWING MODIFIEDS – 1. Collin Alexander, 2. Brioan Lynn, 3. Rodney Standerfer, 4. Steve Ewing, 5. Zack Bunning, 6. Guy Taylor, 7. Dakota Ewing, 8. Danny Smith, 9. Curtis Hartung, 10. Randy Spaugh, 11, Joe Strawkas, 12. Clint Martin 13, Rick Hamilton, 14. Eric Hamilton, 15. Bruce Boliard, 16. Jeff Graham, 17. Lance Johnson.

OUTLAW HORNET – 1. John Bright Jr., 2. Mike Eskew, 3. Joe McChristy, 4. Thad Gee, 5. Vernon Carlow, 6. Michael Gossett, 7. Stephanie Eskew, 8. Cook Crawford, 9. Steven Stine, 10. Dillon Justice, 11. Vic Overlin, 12. Jerad Matherly, 13. Tharen Reno.

STOCK HORNET – 1. Garth Luka, 2. Benjamin McChristy, 3. Luke Wright, 4. William Deavers, 5. Mike McChristy, 6. Torry Lyons, 7. Marty Sullivan, 8. Dean Holt, 9. Brian Offer, 10. Gary Tooker 11. Nick Matherly, 12. Vic Overlin.

 

 

 

 

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