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Weekly Winners 7/19/16 - 7/25/16 July 25, 2016

Weekly Winners 7/19/16 - 7/25/16

Congratulations to:

Tim Sears Jr. – Fulton Speedway

Daniel Smith - Hamilton County Speedway

Frank Cozze – Grandview Speedway

Rodney Sanders – I-80 Speedway

Eric Stanton - Marshalltown Speedway

Jason Trammell – Tazewell Speedway

Cory Probst - Arlington Raceway

Burl Woods – Tri State Speedway

Nick Meyer - Kossuth County Speedway

Darrel DeFrance – Hamilton County Speedway

Jordan Grabouski - Beatrice Speedway & Thunder Hill Speedway (pictured)

Jeff Babcock – Wayne County Speedway

Mike Laughard – Dog Hollow Speedway

Matt Billings – Brockville Ontario Speedway

Danny Johnson – Five Mile Point Speedway

Wesley Veal - Superbowl Speedway

David Smith - Buena Vista Raceway

Dave Zagaiski – Berlin Raceway

Coleby Frye – Selinsgrove Speedway

Matt Sheppard – Eldora Speedway

Cody Nielsen - Clay County Fair Speedway & Buena Vista Raceway

Tim Fuller – Eldora Speedway

Todd Boulware - Park Jefferson Speedway

Brandon Beckendorf - Jackson Motorplex & Farimont Raceway

Justin Weaver – Hagerstown Speedway

Stephane LaFrance – Cornwall Motor Speedway

Sanders In Seventh Heaven at Silver Dollar Nationals July 23, 2016

Sanders In Seventh Heaven at Silver Dollar Nationals

GREENWOOD, Neb.—As he had been in the last six main events at I-80 Speedway’s Silver Dollar Nationals, Rodney Sanders was the hottest driver on the track Saturday night.

But after two nights of racing in 100-degree weather, the 26-year-old native of Happy, Texas, couldn’t afford to be too hot.

Nevertheless, he had to contend with his teammate and girlfriend’s father, Jason Krohn, from start to finish.

"There wasn't much choice," Sanders said after winning the feature—his seventh straight in the sixth running of the crown jewel event for the United States Modified Touring Series. "I thought I might burn up my engine if I ran high on the track, but he was low and I had to find something to get in front and stay in front."

Sanders, the 2013 and 2014 USMTS national champion, led all but one of the 42 laps, but despite his pole start was never able to rest with Krohn breathing down his neck.

After winning the ten-lap dash earlier in the evening, Krohn drew the number two chip which put him on the outside of Sanders on the front row.

Sanders got the jump to take control at the start of the race, but Krohn showed him the nose of his machine dozens of times.

Krohn, who captured his first and only USMTS national championship crown in 2007 to end Kelly Shryock’s streak of eight consecutive titles, made his move with nine laps to go and slid up in front of Sanders to lead lap 33.

A restart on the next lap saw Sanders zip around the outside of Krohn to retake the lead.

Krohn stayed glued to Sanders’ rear bumper but never found a way to regain the top spot as ‘The Rocket’ sped to his seventh USMTS victory of the season and 71st of his career.

“This is my favorite track, and I love to race here," said Sanders, who collected $5,000 for his efforts.

Krohn crossed the finish line in second in his first start in 2016 with the USMTS Casey’s Cup powered by S&S Fishing & Rental.

Cade Dillard held off Jason Hughes for the third position with Johnny Scott charging from 14th on the grid to round out the top five, followed by Terry Phillips, Matt Dotson, Zack VanderBeek, Jeremy Rasmussen and Daniel Hilsabeck.

Following the event, track co-owner Joe Kosiski announced that next year’s 7th Annual Silver Dollar Nationals will award $10,000 to the winner of the USMTS main event.

With his finish Saturday night, Hughes wrapped up his second USMTS regional title of the season.

Behind Hughes in the final MSD Central Region points, Dillard climbed into second ahead of Jesse Sobbing, who blew an engine just 13 laps into Saturday’s finale.

Dereck Ramirez, Hilsabeck, Mike Jergens, Sanders, Scott, Joe Duvall and Tanner Mullens, VanderBeek, Cody Bauman, Brock Bauman, Stormy Scott and Ryan Gustin filled out the remainder of the top 15 in final points and assured themselves a place in this year’s Hunt for the USMTS Casey’s Cup powered by S&S Fishing & Rental.

For additional news visit www.usmts.com

Tim Fuller Conquers Return Of The Big-Blocks To Eldora Speedway July 19, 2016

Tim Fuller Conquers Return Of The Big-Blocks To Eldora Speedway

ROSSBURG, Ohio – After a 10-year absence the Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modifieds returned to Eldora Speedway Tuesday night as Tim Fuller battled through the field and claimed his second series victory of the year.

For Fuller, the win was his second big-block modified victory at the historic half-mile oval in Rossburg, Ohio since 2006.

‘I’m real happy,” Fuller said. “We won the last modified race here in 2006 and then Tony Stewart buys it and I get to win it. It’s really good – it’s a very special place.”

“I knew it was going to make the start of the race way better after I drew 12th. It actually opened up the racing and it made it where there was a bottom, middle, and a top. You could float all over this place. It was really a lot of fun.”

The win did not come without a little adversity at the front of the pack as several drivers battled for that top spot.

The initial start of the feature saw Dave Blaney and Erick Rudolph on the front row. Rudolph took an early charge into the top spot but was soon passed by Larry Wight on lap two. On lap 17, Bobby Varin took the lead over from Wight.

Fuller, who charged forward, and Wight, who looked to reclaim the top spot, diced through lapped traffic all over the track. Wight moved off of the top lane and to the bottom to get through lapped traffic as Fuller blew by on the topside to gain the lead.

A short time later, Jimmy Horton, who started 24th, moved into third place and worked to hold off Wight. He and Wight however made contact which forced Wight to the pit as Horton kept rolling.

Through the closing stretch, Blaney closed the gap on Fuller and was just about to pass him to retake the lead as the sixth caution of the night flew.

Blaney tried to make a charge on the final restart on the top side but Fuller pulled away.

Blaney said Fuller was just a little faster than him all night.

“He could maneuver around a lot better,” Blaney said. “He could cross the corner and catch the cushion a lot better than I could. The track was kind of greasy and I got hung up in the wrong lane. We weren’t the greatest but we hung in there.”

Horton, who finished in third, said he felt like he had the car to win but got into trouble in ltraffic.

“I don’t know what he was thinking but he took two good race cars out and we’re bent up pretty good,” Horton said. “That’s why we finished third and didn’t win it. We had to just hang on then because it’s all bent up. The front axle is pushed back and is out a little bit. No excuse though, we run the race and finished third, I’m happy with that.”

When the checkered flag fell, Fuller scored his second win of the season and kept his reigning title as the ‘Big E’ winner.

For more news visit www.superdirtcarseries.com

Photo courtesy of www.dirttrackdigest.com/Mike Mallett

Weekly Winners 7/12/16 - 7/18/16 July 18, 2016

Weekly Winners 7/12/16 - 7/18/16

Congratulations to:

Terry Phillips – Monett Speedway

Rodney Sanders – Dodge County Speedway

Kevin Mingus – Columbus Motor Speedway (pictured)

Craig Mitchell – Orange County Fair Speedway

Hunter Marriott – Williston Basin Speedway

Ricky Thornton Jr. – Dacotah Speedway

Matt Sheppard – Grandview Speedway & Five Mile Point Speedway

Willy Decker – Fulton Speedway

Levi Sikora – Thunder Mountain Speedway

Richard Frost – Clarksville Speedway

A.J. Diemel – Cedar Lake Speedway

Mike Mataragas – Sycamore Speedway

Darrel DeFrance – Hamilton County Speedway

Eric Kormann – Bridgeport Speedway

Josh Richards – Ogilvie Raceway

Michael Norris – Lernerville Speedway

Tim Fuller – Mohawk Int’l. Raceway

Gage Morin – Brockville Ontario Speedway

Chuck Clise – Bedford Speedway

Dave Blazavich – Dog Hollow Speedway

Clint Smith – Senoia Raceway

Alex Ferree – Marion Center Speedway

Cory Probst - Murray County Speedway, Arlington Raceway & Redwood Speedway

Jason Minnehan - Hamilton County Speedway

Kelly Shryock - Arlington Raceway

David Smith - Hancock County Speedway

Nick Meyer - Hancock County Speedway

Derek Green - Clay County Fair Speedway

Brady Joynt - Clay County Fair Speedway

Cody Nielsen - Clay County Fair Speedway

Dustin Smith - Buena Vista Raceway

Chris Ullrich - Buena Vista Raceway

Todd Boulware - Park Jefferson Speedway

Stefan Sybesma - Sioux Speedway

Eric Dailey - Fairmont Raceway


Thornton Jr. Races To Win at Dacotah Speedway July 14, 2016

Thornton Jr. Races To Win at Dacotah Speedway

MANDAN, N.D. (July 14) – Ricky Thornton Jr. won for the 100th time in his Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified career and Hunter Marriott reigned as champion of the Kupper Chevrolet Dakota Classic Tour Thursday night.

The biggest Modified tour in the world concluded with a single night record 101 cars entered at Dacotah Speedway. The 27th annual tour averaged an all-time best 90.4 Modifieds a night.

Thornton, the 2015 tour champion, led all but the first time around the track in a caution-free 30-lapper contested by many of the best drivers from across the United States and Canada. The checkers were Thornton’s 22nd of the season and paid $2,200.

“It was pretty special to get my 100th win tonight, especially because this was the first tour race where they had more than 100 cars. There were a lot of good guys here tonight,” said Thornton, noting that he’d needed a provisional to start at Mandan last year. “Everything just clicked for us tonight. Being out front with all that clean air in front of us helped.”

The Arizona native now racing out of Iowa had put in an engine purchased from tour title sponsor Kupper Chevrolet earlier in the day. He pulled ahead early and spent much of the night running with lapped traffic. Lucas Schott took over second and the 11th starting Marriott moved into third after midway.

Jeff Taylor, another former tour champion, worked his way up from 19th on the initial grid to fourth. Robert Hellebust ended in fifth.

Thornton became the 48th driver in division history to reach the 100 win mark. He had collected a personal single-season best 31 checkers last season.

“There are a lot of big name drivers who have got to this point but I never thought I’d be one of them,” Thornton said after his most recent Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot qualifying victory. “It’s definitely a big accomplishment to get this many wins.”

For more news visit www.dakotamodtour.com

Photo courtesy of www.dakotamodtour.com

Richards Reels In Win No. 10 at Ogilvie Raceway July 13, 2016

Richards Reels In Win No. 10 at Ogilvie Raceway

OGILVIE, Minn. – July 13, 2016 – Josh Richards held his pointer finger high in the sky Wednesday night, repeating his victory lane celebration in the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series for the 10th time this season at Ogilvie Raceway. It was his 68th career series win.

“It was tough, I’ll tell you,” Richards said. “I want to thank the track guys. It’s a beautiful facility and I wasn’t expecting it to be this nice. It’s a great place to come. I didn’t think we’d have 10 [wins] this year and this early.”

Richards, who led the field into the green flag for 50 laps, never lost his top spot. Within the first 10 laps, Richards widened the gap between him and the field with his No. 1 Valvoline/ Seubert Calf Ranches Rocket car; the other two cars in the podium positions began to separate themselves as well.

On lap nine, Richards caught-up to the back of the pack only for the race’s first caution to follow on the next lap.  On the restart, Rookie of the Year contender Tyler Erb took the highest line on the 3/8-mile oval, passing Eric Wells. Wells prevents a slippery slope, slamming the door on a charging Steve Casebolt. By lap 15, Richards extended his lead to 3.66 seconds.

While Richards maintained his lead spot, the rest of the top five shuffled. But, there was one driver in the top ten ready to make his move following  the races second caution on lap 13. Defending Series Champion Shane Clanton, who started ninth, made his move on the restart, carrying more momentum than most of the cars in front of him. Clanton's No. 25 Weldbank Energy/ Coopers Meat Packers Capital car settled into the second spot, just 1.806 seconds behind the leader.

For Richards and Clanton – a frequently revisited battle in 2016 –it was a matter of follow the leader for this particular A-Main. Richards, with a 1.826 second lead, got caught-up in a group of four lapped cars. This sequence brought his lead down to 1.692 seconds; Clanton enjoyed an empty straightaway to close the gap. However, Clanton fell into the same hole. Richards rebuilt his lead to 4.253 seconds with 14 to laps remaining.

With 11 laps to go Richards continued to hammer-down on the throttle, creating a 6.18-second gap between him and Clanton. Five lapped cars separated Richards from Clanton. On lap 44, Richards enjoyed a 7.965-second lead – until a caution the next lap regrouped the field.

“I knew Shane was really good, and I knew he started back and he made me worry a little bit,” Richards said. “My guys were telling me to go all over the place, so I just tried to get back into a rhythm. It had grip in places but it was hard to get a consistent feel. That last restart I thought he’d get a pretty good shot at it. I just tried to stay smooth the best I could.”

Though this caution gave Clanton a fighting chance, Richards’ strong restart prevented any attempts at a lead change.

“Overall, we had a pretty good night,” Clanton said. “Well, [the No. 1 team] got their program turned around from last year. They’re way more consistent than we are with wins. We’ve run top five and second to him, but hopefully we can turn it around tomorrow night – we win and he gets second.”

Richards and Clanton finished one-two respectively. As for the final podium spot, Casebolt muscled his No. c9 Lias Tire/ Sudz Car Wash Rocket car past Wells for third place. This was Casebolt’s fourth top five finish of the season.

“It’s been awhile,” said Casebolt, grinning. “I guess we’re not totally washed-up. Eric and I swapped spots a couple times, and he’s really improved a ton. I asked him at the draw what he’s doing different with his life that I need to take advantage of for myself. He wouldn’t tell me. It’s special to get a podium. We just need to win.”

For additional news visit www.woolms.com