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Perrotte Scores at Airborne June 3, 2017

Perrotte Scores at Airborne

PLATTSBURGH, NY – Mike Perrotte had nothing but bad luck to start out the 2017 racing season at Airborne Park Speedway. That changed Saturday night.

The racing veteran from Plattsburgh drove his Adirondack Auto No. 35 to victory lane as head led every lap of the Egglefield Ford 358-Modified 30 lap feature.

Perrotte ran up on heavy lap traffic on lap-26 but methodically executed his way through the slower cars. Gage Morin of Cornwall, ON pulled even in turns three and four on the final lap, but could not complete the slide job underneath. Morin would finish second. St. Hyacinth, PQ driver Steve Bernier finished in third. Chris Raabe and Patrick Dupree completed the top five.

“It’s always good when you win,” Perrotte said. “We have a lot of good drivers here, so its really something to finish ahead of them.”

For more news visit www.airborneparkspeedway.com

Photo courtesy of www.airborneparkspeedway.com/ Dave Brown

Weekly Winners 5/23/17 - 5/29/17 May 29, 2017

Weekly Winners 5/23/17 - 5/29/17

Congratulations to:

Justin Zeitner - Park Jefferson Speedway

Brandon Walsh - Legit Speedway Park

Brandon Sheppard – Wayne County Speedway

Ahnna Parkhurst – Rome Speedway

Mike Mataragas – Sycamore Speedway

Brandon Beckendorf - Fairmont Raceway

Ben Watkins – Fayetteville Motor Speedway

Austin Hubbard – Port Royal Speedway

Jordan Grabouski - I-80 Speedway & Eagle Raceway

Kyle Bronson – Whynot Motorsports Park

Matt Sheppard – Utica-Rome Speedway

Billy Dunn – Can-Am Motorsports Park

Nick Meyer - Kossuth County Speedway

James McNeil – Gulf Coast Speedway

Devin Moran – Atomic Speedway

Donavon Smith - Boone Speedway

EJ McAuliffe – Fonda Speedway

Andrew Scheid - Merritt Speedway

Alan Fink – Utica-Rome Speedway

Derek Green - Hancock County Speedway

Michael Norris – Lernerville Speedway

Tanner English – Windy Hollow Speedway

Mario Clair – Autodrome Drummond

Ralph Morgan Jr. – Path Valley Speedway Park

Nathan Ballard - Benton County Speedway

Kyle McCutcheon – Southern New Mexico Speedway

Brian Shirley – Macon Speedway

Danny O’Brien – Brockville Ontario Speedway

Rich Neiser – Thunderbird Raceway

Randy Hannagan – Waynesfield Raceway Park

Tyler Bare – Natural Bridge Speedway

Ray Allen Kulhanek – RPM Speedway

Dona Marcoullier – I-96 Speedway (pictured)

Jacob Gregoire - Redwood Speedway

Corey Madden - I-80 Speedway & Crawford County Speedway

Timmy Culp - Lucas Oil Speedway

Jason Covert – Potomac Speedway

Rex King Jr. – Sharon Speedway

Tad Pospisil – Rapid Speedway

Ricky Thornton Jr. - I-94 Speedway



Danny O'Brien Stays Perfect With Ogilvie's Series Victory at Brockville May 27, 2017

Danny O'Brien Stays Perfect With Ogilvie's Series Victory at Brockville

By: Tim Baltz

The action this past Saturday night at the Brockville Ontario Speedway was exciting as ever as familiar faces and a first tie winner all graced victory lane. Danny O’Brien kept his dominance going with his 2nd straight 358 Modified victory of the year in the Ogilvie’s Auto and Fleet Quad Crown 358 Modfied Series, Johnathon Ferguson claimed his first ever Ogilvie’s Quad Crown Sportsman Series victory, Xavier Andrews was dominant run in Rookie Sportsman, Wade Purchase only needed to lead the last 100 feet to repeat in the Street Stocks and Dustin Bode became the 2nd first tie winner in the Mini Stocks.

The Ogilvie’s 358 Modified Quad Crown Series was set for 50 exciting laps and Ryan Arbuthnot wasted no time jumping to the head of the class over Chris Herbison, Danny O’Brien, Luke Whitteker and Bobby Herrington. The drivers in this event immediately found out that top lane was fast and Arbuthnot kept his machine there in the opening laps as Danny O’Brien made his charge to 2nd and was looking for the leader. On lap 10 Arbuthnot continued his great run but O’Brien was not letting him go away and continued to hound the race leader. On lap 21 The first caution flew for Madison Mulder as he slowed off turn 2. The next 3 restarts Danny O’Brien did all he could to grab the lead but Arbuthnot had the top lane working and as able to sneak buy. On lap 24 another caution flew for Tim O’Brien who sowed down the back stretch while running 6th. When the green flew Danny O’Brien finally made the pass work taking over the top spot and started to put on a dominant performance. With 15 to go O’Brien had over a straightaway lead while behind him Arbuthnot, Bobby Herrigton and Luke Whitteker were all in a great battle for a top 5 spot. Each driver would trade positions using great 2 and 3 wide passes as they put on a great battle. In the end, nobody had anything for the 13 time track champion as he marched to his 2nd straight win over Ryan Arbuthnot, Luke Whitteker, Bobby Herrington and Kyle Dingwall who came from 10th to complete the top 5.

For more news visit www.brockvillespeedway.com

Moran Gets First WoO Victory at Atomic Speedway May 26, 2017

Moran Gets First WoO Victory at Atomic Speedway

CHILLICOTHE, Ohio— May 26, 2017— Devin Moran struck gold at Atomic Speedway during the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series first appearance in 2017 in his home state of Ohio. Moran landed his first quick time of the season during qualifying, won his heat race and led all 50-laps of the Craftsman Club Feature to wheel his way to his first career Series win.

“When I crossed the checker flag I was yelling in my helmet,” said Moran. “Everything fell in our favor tonight. We had the car right and that’s what it starts with. Then we got quick time, won our heat and drew a good pill. It’s been a picture-perfect night here. It’s awesome to get our first win in Ohio on a night like this.”

While pulling his Tye Twarog Racing/DMR machine down the front stretch on his way to park it in Victory Lane, fans rushed to the fence waving and yelling for their newly-earned home state hero. After letting out a battle cry under a shower of confetti, Moran jumped from the roof of his car and headed straight towards his dad, Donnie, for a high-five and a hug.

“This is awesome. This is what we have worked towards for a long time and he’s finally come to his age here a little bit and got up on the wheel and got the job done tonight,” said Donnie Moran of Devin’s win.

Moran’s redraw placed him on the outside of pole sitter, Frank Heckenast Jr. On the first lap Moran took the lead before creating an impressive 1.426-second gap between him and the rest of the field in only two laps time. With the help of lap traffic, Heckenast began to reel in the Rookie of the Year Contender but unfortunately due to mechanical issues he was forced to retire from the feature on lap 25.

The pivot point of the race for eventual second-place finisher, Steve Casebolt, was lap 30 when a caution fell for Morgan Bagley as he slowed on the track. Under the same caution, Brian Shirley called it an early night and Shane Clanton headed to the pits with a right rear flat. At the time of the caution, Shirley was running seventh and Clanton was running fourth. With Clanton out of the picture, Casebolt moved to fifth for the restart of which he took big-time advantage of. Casebolt jumped up the chain on the restart moving from fifth to second in the span of just one lap.

Casebolt was sporting a brand-new ride for the Outlaw race at Atomic Speedway thanks to Jim Beeman and Tader Masters, but you would never know because he was able to finish second from a thirteenth start.

“I think I got the call on Tuesday, and we put this thing together in a hurry,” said Casebolt. “Working with Tader Masters has always been a dream of mine. I know how good he is with racecars and I’ve always wanted to learn from him. I think tonight showed that he had no doubt in me. I have to thank Jim Beeman for putting this deal together. Without him there’s no way Tater and I would have gotten the chance to work together.”

Series powerhouse and current points leader, Brandon Sheppard, rounded out the podium for the 50-lap $10,000-to-win event at Atomic Speedway.

For additional news visit www.woolms.com

Ray Allen Kulhanek Wins With ASCS Gulf South at RPM Speedway May 26, 2017

Ray Allen Kulhanek Wins With ASCS Gulf South at RPM Speedway

CRANDALL, Texas (May 26, 2017) Kicking off a three night Memorial Day Weekend swing, the Griffith Truck and Equipment ASCS Gulf South Region stopped by RPM Speedway in Crandall, Texas with series point’s leader Ray Allen Kulhanek picking up his first victory of the season in ASCS competition. The $2,000 triumph also ties Ray Allen Kulhanek with Gary Wright for second on the all-time ASCS Gulf South win list at 23.

Utilizing a late race caution, Kulhanek made his bid for the top spot going three wide with race long leader, Channin Tankersley, and Sam Hafertepe, Jr. with a pair of laps to run. Able the clear the stout duo, Kulhanek was trailed by Hafertepe with the No. 21t winning out by roughly ten car lengths.

Hafertepe earning silver would be joined on the podium by Channin Tankersley.

Coming from eighth, Wayne Johnson crossed fourth with Sammy Swindell making up the top-five. Austin Mundie held on to finish sixth, followed by Blake Hahn from 15th who advanced to the A-Feature via a win in the B-Main. Also qualifying out of the B-Main, Tommy Bryant rolled from 17th to eight with Seth Bergman ninth. Matt Covington finished tenth.

For additional news visit www.ascsracing.com

Williamson Wins Brian Stevens Memorial at Merrittville May 22, 2017

Williamson Wins Brian Stevens Memorial at Merrittville

THOROLD, ONTARIO… (May 22, 2017) Mat Williamson from St. Catharines, Ontario won the $2,666.66third annual Brian Stevens Memorial on Zavitz Financial Strategies & Z.F.S Benefit Solutions Night at the Merrittville Speedway on Victoria Day Monday.

“This car was hooked up again tonight” stated Williamson in victory lane. Williamson ended the two year stranglehold of this event that Erick Rudolph had as Rudolph won the first two editions of the Brian Stevens Memorial. “We beat one heck of a racecar driver tonight” Williamson added. “I’ve never went three for three on the weekend and it is a huge accomplishment and really cool to do that” Williamson continued.

Tim Jones and Erick Rudolph led the front row for the Brian Stevens Memorial for the Pinty’s 358 Modifieds with Jones leading the way. Ryan Susice and Fred Carleton battled for third while Pete Bicknell and Gary Lindberg battled for fifth. The races first caution came out on lap 10 when Mike Bowman spun in turn one. On the restart, Jones and Rudolph continued their battle for the lead with Ryan Susice and Mat Williamson raced in the top four. Rudolph went to the outside to try to get around Jones for the lead on lap 18, just as Mat Williamson passed Ryan Susice to take over third place. Rudolph, driving his BlueCross BlueShield of WNY, BBL racing number 25, continued his pressure of Jones for the lead and would go once again to the outside and would complete the pass exiting turn four on lap 22 to take over the lead. The leaders would start to hit lap traffic on lap 33, the races halfway mark. Tyler Willard spun in turn four to bring out the caution on lap 37. Rudolph pulled away from Jones on the restart as Susice regained third from Williamson.  Jones would catch the rear nerf bar of Rudolph but the third generation driver was able to keep the lead. While Rudolph and Jones were showing the way, Ryan Susice and Mat Williamson continued their heated battle for third place. Williamson would look underneath Susice to take over third on lap 52. Tyler Willard came to a stop on the front straightaway on lap 53 to bring out the races third caution of the event. The lap 53 restart saw Rudolph back to the head of the class over Jones, Williamson, Susice and Gary Lindberg with Chad Brachmann battling for fifth with Lindberg. Greg Panunte spun in turn three to once again slow the field down on lap 58. Rudolph continued to show the way but Jones went to the outside and went side by side for the lead off the restart. Rudolph would clear Jones to keep the lead on lap 60. Mat Williamson would pass Jones for second on lap 62, who quickly reeled in Rudolph. Williamson, glued to the inside line, passed Rudolph for the lead on the last lap and held off Rudolph to score the win.

For more news visit www.merrittvillespeedway.com