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VanDoorn Breaks Baer Field Curse with Win in the Summit City 100 June 10, 2017

VanDoorn Breaks Baer Field Curse with Win in the Summit City 100

Salem, IN (June 11, 2017) – Three time ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS Champion Johnny VanDoorn freely admitted prior to Saturday nights series event at Baer Field Motorsports Park, that race track was one of his least favorites, those thoughts may have changed after VanDoorn came out on top in a tough battle with Dalton Armstrong to get the win in the Summit City 100.

“Wow I can’t believe I won a race here at Baer Field,” remarked a visibly elated VanDoorn in victory lane. “We have never really run very well here and never had any good luck, but everything came together tonight and we parked it in victory lane. I want to thank all the fans that came out for tonight’s race, what a great crowd. We need a lot more of this in short track asphalt racing, I hope fans will come out and support these type of events more!”

The stands were packed on Saturday night as promoters Dave and Jody Muzzillo had one of the biggest events ever held in the recent history of Baer Field Motorsports Park on Saturday as the ARCA/CRA Super Series Summit City 100 was teamed up with the ICAR Outlaw Super Late Models who contested the final Stan Perry Memorial 110 lap event, which was appropriately won by his son Bud Perry and a special 10 car, $10,000 to win Challenge event that was won by Terry Senneker. It was also Baer Field Hall of Fame Induction Night, were former ARCA/CRA Super Series competitor Terry Fisher was inducted into the track’s Hall of Fame. Fisher is the father of current CRA competitor Terry Fisher Jr.

Florida native Steve Dorer took advantage of his pole starting position to grab the lead at the drop of the green flag after EDCO Welding Fast Qualifier Kyle Crump drew a seven for the events invert. Dorer led through lap four, but VanDoorn was quickly on the move coming from his sixth place starting position to grab the lead from Dorer on lap five.

VanDoorn continued to lead while a tough battle for every other position on the track was going on behind him. Dalton Armstrong worked his way to second from his fourth place starting position but VanDoorn had built a significant lead. That all went away when the yellow flag came out for a spin, bunching the field back together, setting up a series of restarts between VanDoorn and Armstrong.

Both VanDoorn and Armstrong battled back and forth on each restart with Armstrong grapping the lead on lap lap 54 after VanDoorn slipped up the track on one of the restarts. Another yellow came out bunching up the field again, on that restart VanDoorn got the lead back on lap 61. VanDoorn had to fight off Armstrong on one more restart with 16 laps to go, but cruised from there to get his second series win of the 2017 and was the AR Bodies Cool Move of the Race Award winner for his pass to get the lead and the eventual win.

VanDoorn and Toledo Speedway event winner Brian Campbell are the only drivers locked into the new Chase Championship format to date, if they compete in at least 75% of the races leading up to the final four Chase events, to crown the 2017 series Champion.

Armstrong would settle for second, his best finish so far this season. Armstrong was the FLUIDYNE High Performance Cool Under Pressure Award winner for his tough battle with VanDoorn. Senneker Performance Rookie of the Year competitor Hunter Jack finished in third, a series best finish for him, earning his first Senneker Performance Rookie of the Race Award for the season. Former series regular Jason Dietsch came out of retirement to race in Saturday night’s race and put on a show, coming from his 12th place starting position to finish in fourth, even after having to go to the tail after being involved in one of the yellows. Dietsch earned a Hoosier Racing Tire Performance Award and the Hamner Racing Engines Hardcharger Award. Fellow rookie Logan Runyon would battle back from the tail to get a series best fifth place finish and earned the Sweet Manufacturing Sweet Move of the Race Award.

Series veteran Wes Griffith Jr. and his crew had a long, but successful day at Baer Field. Griffith Jr.’s car was hit in the pits prior to qualifying by another divisions car accidently while parked on pit road. His crew worked hard and got it back race ready and able to qualify. Then Griffith Jr. was forced to pit prior to the opening green flag when something was dragging on his car, the crew fixed the problem and were able to get Griffith Jr. back out to start the race. The crew made several more pit stops during the race to get Griffith Jr.’s car handling better, resulting in a sixth place finish and his crew earning the PitBoxes.com Pit Crew of the Race Award. Griffith Jr. picked up a Hoosier Racing Tire Performance Award.

For more news visit www.cra-racing.com


Weekly Winners 5/30/17 - 6/5/17 June 5, 2017

Weekly Winners 5/30/17 - 6/5/17

Congratulations to:

Rich Neiser – Winston Speedway

Jimmy Mars – Cedar Lake Speedway

Eddie King – Warburg Speedway

Nick Meyers - Clay County Fair Speedway

Jacob Gregoire - Redwood Speedway

J.R. Toner – Clinton County Speedway

Myles Michehl - Sports Park Raceway

Jessica Power – Fulton Speedway

Tanner Mullens – Central Missouri Speedway (pictured)

Jackie Dalton - Springfield Raceway

Billy Decker – Brewerton Speedway

Ray Cox Jr. – Jackson County Speedway

Kelly Shryock - Hancock County Speedway & Kossuth County Speedway

Cody Nielsen - Clay County Fair Speedway

Daniel Smith - Buena Vista Raceway

Jack Meeks – Can-Am Motorsports Park

Ben Watkins – Lavonia Speedway

David Rieks - Hamilton County Speedway

David Smith - Buena Vista Raceway

James Dennis – I-77 Speedway

Kyle Berck – I-80 Speedway

Matt Sheppard – Canandaigua Motorsports Park

Mark Elliott - Hamilton County Speedway

Dustin Gulbrandson - Rapid Speedway

Bumper Jones – Southern New Mexico Speedway

Brandon Sheppard – Senoia Raceway

Mat Williamson – Merrittville Speedway

Dave Zagaiski – Berlin Raceway

Billy Dunn – Can-Am Motorsports Park

Jason Jameson – Florence Speedway

Alex Ferree – Marion Center Speedway & Dog Hollow Speedway

E.J. McAuliffe – Fonda Speedway

Dona Marcoullier – Tri-City Motor Speedway

Terry Phillips – Randolph County Raceway

David Scott – Stateline Speedway

Clate Copeman – Dog Hollow Speedway

Andy Bryant - Rapid Speedway

Eric Stanton - Boone Speedway

Clint Smith – Senoia Raceway

David Payne – Blue Ridge Motorsports Park

Jeff Strunk – Grandview Speedway

Andrew Scheid – Merritt Speedway

Brandon Thirlby – I-96 Speedway

Mike Perrotte – Airborne Park Speedway

Jordan Grabouski - Lexington Raceway

Phillips Tops Field at Randolph County Raceway June 3, 2017

Phillips Tops Field at Randolph County Raceway

Moberly, Missouri (June 3, 2017) - Saturday's Lucas Oil MLRA stop at Randolph County Raceway in Moberly, Missouri wrapped up three straight days of action at three separate facilities.

When the final checkers fell it was Terry Phillips sitting in Andy's Frozen Custard Victory Lane. Phillips wrestled the lead away from Jesse Stovall in turns three and four at the halfway point and set the pace for the race's duration.

The win for Phillips is his 112th in series history and first Late Model win of the year. His Black Diamond Chassis is brought to life by an Andy Durham Chevrolet Engine. His primary partners include; Andy's Frozen Custard, Don Babb Motorsports, Mesilla Valley Transportation, Keyser Manufacturing, Integra Shocks, Midwest Sheet Metal, New Vision Graphics and Bass Livestock.

Chasing Phillips to the line was Chad Simpson. It was the second straight runner up for Simpson who has shown good speed early in the season, driving his new Brinkman Motorsports Black Diamond.

With three laps to go, Brent Larson was able to move from fifth to third and grab the final podium position.Randy Timms had another good night, finishing fourth. Brantlee Gotschall was the Casey's General Stores Hard Charger, powering forward to fifth.

Tony Jackson set the overall LucasOilRacing.tv Fast Time early in the evening, with a quick lap at 17.188 seconds. He broke a power steering pump, causing the fuel pump to fail as well, on lap 13. It forced him to retire early from the race.

Sunoco Rookie of the Year Points leader, Rodney Sanders, also had his share of struggles throughout the night. After going to a backup car he sustained damage in the feature and was scored 17th.

Jesse Stovall and Chad Simpson won the evening's qualifying heats. Stovall faded late to a 6th place finish, but took over the points lead. He will be running the Midwest Sheet Metal fluorescent yellow spoiler at the next stop. It is the first time he has been at the top of the standings thus far in 2017.

For additional news visit www.mlraracing.com

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