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Schott Parks in Park Jefferson Winner's Circle August 25, 2018

Schott Parks in Park Jefferson Winner's Circle

The United States Modified Touring Series paid its eighth visit to the Park Jefferson Speedway on Saturday, and Lucas Schott emerged as the eighth different winner of the USMTS River City Rumble.

It was a much-needed rebound for the 22-year-old from Chatfield, Minn. A mechanical failure while leading the feature race last Saturday at the Salina Highbanks Speedway dropped him from first to worst in the final running order.

And while ‘Cool Hand Luke’ padded his bank account to the tune of $3,500 it was the opposite for points leader Johnny Scott who won last the main event a week ago but was a victim of a broken engine and the first to retire from Saturday’s race.

Terry Phillips took the top spot away from polesitter Dereck Ramirez when the green flag waved to start the Casey’s General Stores “A” Main but Schott, who started fourth, took control on lap 6 and set the pace for the final 29 loops around the dirt oval.The United States Modified Touring Series paid its eighth visit to the Park Jefferson Speedway on Saturday, and Lucas Schott emerged as the eighth different winner of the USMTS River City Rumble.

It was a much-needed rebound for the 22-year-old from Chatfield, Minn. A mechanical failure while leading the feature race last Saturday at the Salina Highbanks Speedway dropped him from first to worst in the final running order.

And while ‘Cool Hand Luke’ padded his bank account to the tune of $3,500 it was the opposite for points leader Johnny Scott who won last the main event a week ago but was a victim of a broken engine and the first to retire from Saturday’s race.

Terry Phillips took the top spot away from polesitter Dereck Ramirez when the green flag waved to start the Casey’s General Stores “A” Main but Schott, who started fourth, took control on lap 6 and set the pace for the final 29 loops around the dirt oval.

Phillips held on for second with Ramirez following him home in third. Rodney Sanders, who won the last race here in 2016, finished fourth and Kent Arment netted the final spot among the top five.

Zack VanderBeek, Jake O'Neil, Stormy Scott, Adam Kates and Joe Duvall completed the top ten.

For additional news visit www.usmts.com

 

David Breazeale Captures MSCCS Win at Hattiesburg Speedway August 24, 2018

David Breazeale Captures MSCCS Win at Hattiesburg Speedway

David Breazeale was one of 13 Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series (MSCCS) competitors on hand at Hattiesburg Speedway (Hattiesburg, Mississippi) on Friday evening. Following the fourth fastest time overall in qualifying, David scored a Dash victory earning him the pole position for the A-Main. Leading flag-to-flag, David Breazeale topped Michael Arnold, Dean Carpenter, Spencer Hughes, and Rick Rickman at the line to capture his first win of the season and a $2,000 payday

 
For additional news visit www.stateseries.com
Weekly Winners 8/14/18 - 8/20/18 August 20, 2018

Weekly Winners 8/14/18 - 8/20/18

Congratulations to:

Chase Junghans – Eriez Speedway

Dennis Erb Jr. – Wilmot Raceway

Johnny Scott - Salina Highbanks Speedway

Mat Williamson – Merrittville Speedway

Jared Boumeester - Hancock County Speedway & Mason City Motor Speedway

Eric Stanton - Hamilton County Speedway & Mason City Motor Speedway

Brian Shirley – LaSalle Speedway

Matt Sheppard – Land of Legends Raceway

Carey Terrance – Cornwall Motor Speedway

Shane Hiatt - Eagle Raceway

Dustin Gulbrandson - Nobles County Speedway

Josh Frye – Berlin Raceway

Max Blair – Stateline Speedway

Matt Miller – Oakshade Raceway

Dave Blazavich – Dog Hollow Speedway

Carson Ferguson – Friendship Motor Speedway

Eric Dailey - Fairmont Raceway

Mike Spatola – Fairbury American Legion Speedway

Tim Sears Jr. – Fulton Speedway

Mike Marlar – Port Royal Speedway

Jordan Grabouski - Beatrice Speedway

Corey Jones - KRA Speedway

Jimmy Mars – Red Cedar Speedway (pictured)

Lance Borgman - Beatrice Speedway

John Carney – West Texas Raceway

Devin Smith - Buena Vista Raceway & Hancock County Speedway

Chase Junghans Returns To WoO Victory Lane At Eriez Speedway August 19, 2018

Chase Junghans Returns To WoO Victory Lane At Eriez Speedway

Prior to Sunday night’s Outlaw invasion at Eriez Speedway, June 26, 2015 was the ShopQuik No. 18 of Chase Junghans’ last victory with the World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Models.

Junghans’ night was almost perfect across the event board, time trialing second in Flight A and going on to win heat race number 2. He then went on to re-draw the outside pole, alongside track favorite Boom Briggs, take the lead on lap 1 of the feature and never looked back, leading all but just one lap out of the 50 completed.

And what a relief it was for Chase and the rest of his team…

“I thought that first one was going to be hard to get – we kind of fell into that,” Junghans said. “The second one was way harder, so hopefully we have the monkey off our back and we can start clicking them off.”

A yellow flag with just ten laps remaining re-stacked the field, giving second-place running Brandon Sheppard a few final shots at the lead. But Junghans stuck to his line and prevailed.

“I started hearing someone, but before that caution I saw that blue [no.1] car and I was like ‘[dang!] he’s about to pass me.” Junghans said. “I kind of picked [Sheppard] with some lapped cars and then the caution came out and my guys told me where they thought I should run. So I moved up a little bit on the track and that worked really good.”

Chase went on to say he plans on taking this momentum with him into the World 100 at Eldora in two weeks. One thing that he won’t be taking for sure is his crew member Corey Richman’s quite lengthy locks…

After Lernerville in 2015, Richman vowed not to cut or trim his hair until Chase won with the Outlaws again. Sunday was the end of that streak, and as Series announcer Rick Eshelman brought out the scissors and held them high in Victory Lane, Junghans possessed a look of humor and relief.

Defending Series Champion Brandon Sheppard crossed the stripe in the runner-up spot. Coming all the way from the 16th starting spot and picking up the KSE Hard Charger Award in the process, Sheppard said it was an unsuccessful effort in his preliminary events that may have cost him a win.

“In order to win these races, you’ve got to be able to do good early in the night and start up front,” Sheppard said. “It’s really, really tough to come from the back with all of this competition we’ve got at these races.”

Sheppard did all of his work under the long stretch of 40 green-flag laps, where the field got spread out and lapped traffic began early on. He had a lot of ground to make up, which is why he said he felt his car was used up by the time a yellow came out with ten to go.

Chris Madden rounded out the podium in third, wrapping up yet another top-five finish to get those all-important championship points in which he still leads Mike Marlar and Brandon Sheppard by 30 points. Track conditions were not particularly to his liking, but he was pleased with a podium finish.

“It was very holey, spotty and choppy here and there – just a dirty place,” Madden said. “If we could have drawn the front row, we might have had a chance a winning the thing. But we drew a four and ran third, so we’re happy with it.”

For more news visit www.woolms.com

Grabouski Gets 200th IMCA Modified Win August 17, 2018

Grabouski Gets 200th IMCA Modified Win

BEATRICE, Neb. – Jordan Grabouski is hoping two milestone achievements earned on the same night lead to a third accomplishment at the end of the season.

Grabouski won his IMCA Modified career 200th feature on Friday, completing the rare feat of sweeping the regular season at his hometown track with his 11th victory in as many starts at Beatrice Speedway.

The victory was the 27th of the year for Grabouski, running for a third national championship.

“It’s always cool to win at Beatrice. This is the track where I grew up so it’s got a special place in my heart,” said Grabouski, IMCA’s national champion in 2011 and 2016. “I grew up watching a lot of great drivers at Beatrice. I never thought I’d sweep the season at any race track, especially here.”

The only feature Grabouski didn’t win at Beatrice this year was opening night of Spring Nationals.

He bounced right back with the night two checkers – extending his career record to 10 Spring Nationals victories – and topped the Gage County Fair special before winning for the 11th time in as many weekly starts on Aug. 17.

“Winning all the regular races at Beatrice and my 200th feature are kind of hard to take in all at once,” Grabouski said. “They rank right up there but the big picture right now is the national championship.”

“Hopefully we can get that done,” added Grabouski, also an eight-time winner this season at Eagle Raceway. “We’re trying for it and doing the best we can. We’re able to do most of our racing on Friday and Saturday nights and not travel so much. It’s cool to have the tracks in our backyard.”

While adding to his IMCA Modified feature win total, Grabouski has started collecting W’s in another division.

He was a double winner again Friday in an IMCA Sunoco Stock Car borrowed from Dustin Schmidt. Grabouski has made two trips to victory lane on the same night six times this year, five of those occasions being at Beatrice.

“We’re having a lot of fun with the Stock Cars,” he said. “It’s good competition.”

Grabouski is the 14th IMCA driver to reach the 200-win mark during the sanctioning body’s modern era (dating from 1979) and the fifth to do so in the Modified division.

Beatrice has proven to be something a hot bed for double zero IMCA wins: Johnny Saathoff won both career 100th and 200th Modified features there in 1998 and 2003, respectively, Mike Nichols won his 100th Stock Car feature there in 2005 while Grabouski’s 100th came at Beatrice on May 23 of 2014.

For more news visit www.imca.com

Weekly Winners 8/7/18 - 8/13/18 August 13, 2018

Weekly Winners 8/7/18 - 8/13/18

Congratulations to:

Pete Bicknell – Ransomville Speedway

Danny O’Brien – Brockville Ontario Speedway

Devin Smith - Buena Vista Raceway

Terry Phillips – Mason City Motor Speedway

Donavon Smith - Boone Speedway

Derek Green - Hancock County Speedway

Craig Von Dohren – Delaware International Speedway

Andy Nezworski – Maquoketa Speedway & Quad City Speedway

Russell Erwin – County Line Raceway

Gene Henrie - Sweetwater Speedway X2

Duane Howard – Big Diamond Speedway

Coleby Frye – Selinsgrove Speedway

Jared Boumeester - Mason City Motor Speedway

Jake Masters - Hancock County Speedway

Lance Borgman - Beatrice Speedway

Johnny Scott - Ogilvie Raceway & I-94 Speedway

Andy Bryant - I-35 Speedway

Daryl Nutting – Albany-Saratoga Speedway

James Dennis – Ohio Valley Speedway

Mike Spatola – Farmer City Speedway

Neil Baggett – Tri-County Speedway

Ricky Thornton Jr. - Hancock County Speedway

Zach Leonhardi – Dixie Speedway

Billy Dunn – Can-Am Motorsports Park

Mat Williamson – Merrittville Speedway

Shannon Babb – Fairbury American Legion Speedway

Cody Nielsen - Hancock County Speedway

Max McLaughlin – Brewerton Speedway

Scott Foreman - American Valley Speedway

Brandon Sheppard – Jacksonville Speedway

Brian Shirley – Tri-City Speedway

Derek Doll – Tyler County Raceway

Clate Copeman – Dog Hollow Speedway

Carey Terrance – Autodrome Granby

Jordan Grabouski - Beatrice Speedway & Beatrice Speedway

Max Blair – Genesee Speedway

Tyler Bare – Bedford Speedway

Sturgis Streeter – Thunderhill Speedway (pictured)