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Weekly Winners 5/15/18 - 5/21/18 May 21, 2018

Weekly Winners 5/15/18 - 5/21/18

Congratulations to:

Andy Nezworski – Maquoketa Speedway, Davenport Speedway & Quad City Speedway (pictured)

Derek Green - Fairmont Raceway

Dave Constantino – Glen Ridge Motorsports Park

Brian Shirley – Fairbury American Legion Speedway

JT Goodson – Batesville Speedway

Bryce Clark – I-30 Speedway

Mike Maresca – Tri-City Raceway Park

Brandon Beckendorf - Arlington Raceway

Curtis Cook - Plummerville Super Speedway

Pete Bicknell – Ransomville Speedway

Darron Fuqua – Lake Ozark Speedway

Matt Sheppard – Weedsport Speedway & Outlaw Speedway

Jeremy Pitts – Albany-Saratoga Speedway

Nathan Ballard - Benton County Speedway

Eric Stanton - Hamilton County Speedway

AJ Diemel – Shawano Speedway

Jeff Waterman - 34 Raceway

Richard Frost – Clarksville Speedway

Jason Bass - Sports Park Raceway

Dona Marcoullier – Tri-City Motor Speedway

Sturgis Streeter – Thunderhill Speedway

Mat Williamson – Freedom Motorsports Park & Merrittville Speedway

Cruz Skinner – Moulton Speedway & Senoia Raceway

Michael Norris – Lernerville Speedway

Ricky Thornton Jr. - Boone Speedway

Andy Bryant – Lakeside Speedway

Myles Michehl - Hamilton County Speedway

Keith Flach – Albany-Saratoga Speedway

Tim Fuller – Mohawk Int’l. Raceway & Cornwall Motor Speedway

Jared Boumeester - Fairmont Raceway

Jared Miley – Thunder Mountain Speedway

Chanley Putterman – Crowley’s Ridge Raceway

AJ Diemel Wins Kings Classic at Shawano Speedway May 19, 2018

AJ Diemel Wins Kings Classic at Shawano Speedway

AJ Diemel wins the Gehm’s Club 117 Kings Classic at Shawano Speedway, the opening event for the 2018 DiscountShopTowels.comDirt Kings Late Model Tour.

 

Ron Berna and Troy Springborn led the field to the green flag, right as Berna’s engine expired, causing him to skid into the infield, bringing out the yellow flag. On the restart, Springborn took the early lead, with Justin Schmidt in second. Schmidt raced side by side with Springborn, taking the lead as he worked the outside of the track, on lap 3. While Schmidt started to pull away from the field, Brett Swedberg challenged Springborn for second. Swedberg closed the gap on Schmidt, challenging for the lead on lap 11, but Schmidt held on. Working the high side, Swedberg passed Schmidt to take the lead on lap 12, with Diemel, Springborn and Nick Anvelink following. Diemel moved around Schmidt and set his sights on Swedberg with 11 laps to go. Diemel didn’t get the chance to battle with Swedberg for the lead, as Swedberg’s car drifted up over the cushion and into the wall in turn two, bringing out the second and final caution flag on lap 18. Diemel inherited the lead with the yellow and on the restart got out to a big lead followed by Anvelink, Springborn, Schmidt and Tom Naeyaert. Diemel would go on to win his first DiscountShopTowels.com Dirt Kings Late Model Tour race and be the first driver to visit the Gary’s Old Fashioned Mix Victory Lane.

Anvelink finished second, followed by Schmidt, Springborn, and Naeyaert.

The Stockbridge Engineering Touring Kings started the season with a second place finish by Anvelink, third place finish by Schmidt, fourth place finish by Springborn, Jim Schmidt finished sixth, Chris Engels finished ninth, Tim Buhler finished 11th, Jim Letizia finished 12th, Swedberg finished 18th, and Berna finished 20th.

For additional news visit www.dirtkingstour.com

Four In A Row For Thornton At Boone Speedway May 19, 2018

Four In A Row For Thornton At Boone Speedway

Mother Nature did not win this one from Boone Speedway on Saturday night.  The earlier rain did delay start time by about 45 minutes, but from then on, it was racing as usual.The IMCA Stock Car main event went to Jeff Mueller in his second win of the season, and the man on fire, Ricky Thornton, Jr., made it four in a row in the IMCA Modifieds.

 
Joel Bushore led the field to green in the 20-lap IMCA Modified feature.  Bushore was soon trying to hold back eighth place starter Mike VanGenderen who was sniffing at his heels.  At lap seven, VanGenderen made a nifty move to take the number one spot away, only to have Ricky Thornton snatch it away the following lap.  From there on, it was all Thornton as he pulled away from the field to take a comfortable win. Tim Ward started fourteenth, and finished second, VanGenderen, who is the past two year’s track champion, was third, fourth went to Eric Elliott, and Al “Pep” Wolfgram completed the top five positions.  Thornton has been on a roll at the track this year, winning for the fourth consecutive week.
 
For more news visit www.raceboone.com
Williamson Triumphs Over Outlaw Mods at Freedom May 18, 2018

Williamson Triumphs Over Outlaw Mods at Freedom

By DAVE SULLY

DELEVAN, NY- Mat Williamson, from St Catharines, Ontario, continued his early season heroics, capturing his fourth Modified win of the season, the 30 lap feature at Freedom Motorsports Park’s opener on Friday, May 18th. Williamson, who has scored two wins at Merrittville, along with a victory at Lernerville, where he is a multi-year champion, started third in the thirteen car Outlaw Modified field, which allows Modifieds of all stripes to compete. He quickly took second, while polesitter John Venuto, driving a former Gary Tomkins car, drove out to an early lead.

Williamson patiently stalked Venuto for thirteen laps before easing into the lead. That spot was relinquished when the caution flew shortly thereafter, with scoring reverting to the previous lap, but Williamson promptly repeated the move on the restart and took the lead for good. He drew out to close to a straightaway advantage before a caution on lap 28, for a flat tire on the Venuto car, put veteran Billy Van Pelt, up from seventh, on his bumper for the restart. Williamson was able to hold off a brief challenge to win going away.
Brad Rapp finished third, followed by Jimmy Holden and Phil Vigneri III to round out the top five.

Williamson offered, “I took some right front brake out at about half way, and it got a little better. I don’t know if the 84 (Venuto) was second when he got that flat tire. It was unfortunate for him because he had a good run going. We had a good race up front and I’m happy to be here. We had a good car. We got that long green flag run until that last caution. We were just kind of taking it easy. We expected to see Billy Van Pelt late in the race, but luckily we didn’t see his nose and ended up in Victory Lane.”

For more news visit www.freedommotorsportspark.com/

Weekly Winners 5/8/18 - 5/14/18 May 14, 2018

Weekly Winners 5/8/18 - 5/14/18

Congratulations to:

Devin Smith – Boone Speedway

Jimmy Owens – Fayetteville Motor Speedway

Jason Trammell – Tazewell Speedway

Brian Rickman – Greenville Speedway

Lance Borgman – Eagle Raceway

Clint Hatlestad – Princeton Speedway

Brandon Beckendorf – Arlington Raceway

Mat Williamson – Merrittville Speedway

James Dennis – I-77 Speedway & Ohio Valley Speedway

Craig VonDohren – Big Diamond Speedway

Brandon Walsh – Legit Speedway Park

Rex King Jr. – Lernerville Speedway

Terry Phillips – Marshalltown Speedway

Logan Roberson – Winchester Speedway

Ricky Thornton Jr. – Boone Speedway

Shannon Babb – Farmer City Speedway

Jordan Grabouski – Eagle Raceway

Jeff Waterman – Lee County Speedway

Jared Miley – Lernerville Speedway & Tyler County Speedway

Michael Lake – Dog Hollow Speedway

Eric Stanton – Marshalltown Speedway & Southern Iowa Speedway

Lewis Jackson – Central Missouri Speedway

Chase McCormick – Friendship Motor Speedway

Stewart Friesen – Orange County Fair Speedway

Max Blair – Dog Hollow Speedway

Matt Sheppard – Utica-Rome Speedway

Kenny Collins – Toccoa Raceway

Darron Fuqua – Lucas Oil Speedway

AJ Filbeck – Utica-Rom Speedway

Peter Britten – Albany-Saratoga Speedway & Land of Legends Raceway (pictured)

Ed Noll – I-35 Speedway

Jake Rainey – Dixie Speedway

Dave Constantino – Glen Ridge Motorsports Park

Tim Fuller – Mohawk International Raceway

Owens Lands $25,001 At First In Flight 100 May 12, 2018

Owens Lands $25,001 At First In Flight 100

FAYETTEVILLE, NC– May 12, 2018– Jimmy Owens outran the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series regulars at Fayetteville Motor Speedway to claim a $25,001 payday during the inaugural First in Flight 100 presented by Hoker Trucking. The veteran driver of Newport, TN also collected an extra $2,001 on Friday evening after winning the 10-lap “Big C Dash for Cash” which honored the late Carlton Lamm.

“This works out great because we were kind of up in arms about even coming and Jim [Long] (Fayetteville Motor Speedway’s promoter) called and said, ‘Are you coming?’ so I said ‘OK’,” said Owens. “I’m glad he invited us. We just feel really welcomed to come down here. The fans have been awesome and everybody has just been great.”

Owens started on the pole for the 100-lap finale beside Brandon Sheppard, the defending World of Outlaws Champion. Sheppard nabbed the lead position on the first lap, but on lap 16 the New Berlin, IL driver succumbed to Owens high-side momentum.

“It got rubbered up about halfway but you can’t do nothing in 90-degree weather,” said Owens. “The guys [at Fayetteville Motor Speedway] did their best to give us an awesome racetrack. I was able to pass for the lead there early and maintain it the rest of the race.”

Fourteen separate cautions fell throughout the feature event, the last happening on lap 99 (for Dennis Franklin who unfortunately ran out of fuel exiting turn four). The event went into “overtime” with a green-white-checkers style finish. Even with the late race caution, Owens was able to pull away from Sheppard by 1.128 seconds by the time the checkers fell.

“I was pretty good on the long runs there and [Owens] was definitely slowing down on the long runs to reserve tires and everything, and I was too,” said Sheppard. “In the beginning, I got out front there and was slowing the pace up and off a restart there he just got up on the wheel and did what he had to do and got back by me and that was the end of it for me.”

“Then, we went single file [for restarts]. I’m glad we did go single file though because I know me and Fergy (Chris Ferguson) had the elbows up coming off of (turn) four and we were rubbing paint,” continued Sheppard. “All and all, I was a pretty good night. Second place, not the turn out we wanted but we’ll take it and congratulations to Jimmy and thanks for all of the fans for coming out.”

North Carolina native, Ferguson was relentlessly trying to chase down Sheppard but fell victim to transmission issues just shy of the half-way mark on lap 47. Headed into tonight’s event, Ferguson was leading the rookie of the year point standings by eight points over David Breazeale. Collecting his best finish of the season so far by rounding out the podium, Breazeale shot ahead of the rookie standings by 26 points over Ferguson, 42 points over Brent Larson and 132 points ahead of Timothy Culp.

“To run third here at Fayetteville after our last feature here about 10 years ago, this has been great,” said Breazeale. “It’s a big morale booster for the team. We got a fourth the other night, then Chris [Ferguson] got a fourth, and then we back it up with third so maybe we gained some points on him tonight… [Racing on new tracks] is a challenge but we enjoy it and I don’t have any bad habits when we go there so we just go there and race the racetrack.”

For additional news visit www.woolms.com