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Weekly Winners 8/9/16 - 8/15/16 August 15, 2016

Weekly Winners 8/9/16 - 8/15/16

Congratulations to:

Derek Green – Clay County Fair Speedway

Dan Zechman – Susquehanna Speedway Park

Matt Cosner – Bedford Speedway

Jimmy Mars – Spring Lake Speedway

David Smith – Hancock County Speedway

Les McLenehan – Estevan Motor Speedway

Craig VonDohren – Grandview Speedway

Scott Dobel – Mason City Motor Speedway

Adam Armstrong – Boone Speedway & Stuart Speedway

Ralph Morgan Jr. – Hesston Speedway

Terry Phillips – Junction Motor Speedway

Mike Cook – Plumerville Super Speedway

Dale Eaton – Valley Speedway

David Payne – Dixie Speedway

Todd Boulware – Park Jefferson Speedway

Matt Sheppard – Fonda Speedway

Mike Mataragas – Sycamore Speedway

Dave Zagaiski – Berlin Raceway

A.J. Diemel – Cedar Lake Speedway

Steve Stacey – South Bend Motor Speedway

Mark Norris – Batesville Speedway

Jordan Grabouski – Thunder Hill Speedway & Beatrice Speedway

Michael Norris – Lernerville Speedway

Justin Zeitner – Shelby County Speedway

Jason Trammell – Tazewell Speedway

Aaron Shearn – Park Jefferson Speedway & Raceway Park

Shane Swanson – Hancock County Speedway (pictured)

Kris Zuhlsdorf – Hancock County Speedway

Cody Nielsen – Clay County Fair Speedway & Hancock County Speedway

Kent Arment – Miller Central Speedway

Josh Richards – Delaware Int’l. Speedway, Potomac Speedway & Eriez Speedway

Devin Dixon – Bubba Raceway Park

Brandon Green – Florence Speedway

Jason Minnehan – Hancock County Speedway

Von Dohren Takes Forrest Rogers Classic at Grandview August 13, 2016

Von Dohren Takes Forrest Rogers Classic at Grandview

BECHTELSVILLE, PA. . . . Current T.P.Trailers NASCAR 358 Modified point leader Craig VonDohren, the defending Pioneer Pole Building/Forrest Rogers Memorial race winner, gave himself a hefty birthday present when he scored the win in the 50-Lap NASCAR Whelen 358 Modified All-American Racing Series feature event Saturday night at Grandview Speedway. It was the seventh time he claimed victory in the event. VonDohren may have had a comfortable margin over runner-up Mike Gular, but his fourth feature win of the season didn’t come easy for the defending point champion, since he had to deal with heavy lapped traffic on numerous occasions. In addition to the $10,000 top prize he also pocketed $250 in bonus bucks from T.P. Trailers plus $150 in product contingency awards from VP Fuels for running gas along with the Dan’s Deli ½-way hoagie award. The racing activities were sponsored by Pioneer Pole Building and the 46th running of the event was in honor of race founder Forrest Rogers, the late father of current promoter and track owner Bruce Rogers.

Bobby Gunther-Walsh led the first lap of the Modified feature before the red was thrown on the second lap when Tyler Dippel found himself in the backstretch wall with heavy impact. He was shaken up a bit, but walked to the ambulance under his own power. It was still Gunther-Walsh in command on the restart with pressure coming from Brett Kressley, Nate Christman, Ray Swinehart and Justin Grim.

Kressley put the Norm Hansell-owned No. 357 into the lead on the 11th lap restart needed for a multi-car fourth turn tangle. By this time VonDohren, who started 14th, had piloted the PPB/Keith Harring Transportation No. 1C mount to second to challenge the Modified rookie.

By the 18th lap the front five consisting of Kressley, VonDohren, Christman, Mike Gular and Kyle Weiss encountered the back markers that were also racing for positions and did heed the move over flag.

VonDohren used the lap cars to his advantage and took over first on the 19th lap, but one lap later Kressley was back in front as the pair swapped the lead back and forth.

Lap 21 VonDohren moved ahead once again and immediately opened up daylight leaving Kressley, Christman, Gular and Weiss giving chase.

With ten laps to go debris in the first turn brought out the final yellow. VonDohren was still in command when action resumed, but Gular quickly motored past Christman and Kressley and was now second in pursuit of the leader.

It looked like VonDohren was on a rail as the laps wound down and he raced to his 99th career win. Chasing him across the finish line were Gular, Kressley, Ray Swinehart and Jeff Strunk. Rounding out the top ten were Christman, Jared Umbenhauer, Kenny Gilmore, Duane Howard and Weiss.

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Phillips Sweeps Junction Motor Speedway Weekend August 13, 2016

Phillips Sweeps Junction Motor Speedway Weekend

McCool Junction, Nebraska (August 13, 2016) - Austin Siebert led the field to the green tonight for the finale of the Lucas Oil MLRA King of the Hill event held this weekend at Junction Motor Speedway in McCool Junction, Nebraska.

Friday's winner Terry Phillips started on the outside pole and immediately jumped to the lead. For the second straight night he wired the field. Saturday's $5,000 victory is the 111th of Phillips' career with the MLRA.

"We always got confidence," stated Phillips. "We just had a little bad luck and just wasn't as good as double zero sometimes. I've been around this long enough to know if you get rolling and hopefully get a little luck on our side, we can get these cars a little faster."

Tad Pospisil, in front of many of his fans put together his best finish with the MLRA this season in second. He moved ahead of Jesse Stovall for second, on a restart with 21 laps to go, in the main event. He hung there for the remainder of the race. Four out of his five finishes finishes were in the top ten, and of those, none were worse than seventh over the past week.

"It's fun to race around our fans here in Nebraska, I'm wore out," commented Pospisil following the feature. "I beat Jesse going down into one. We just had a good drive after that. I didn't have anything for Phillips. I think my tire was going flat there at the end."

Jesse Stovall ran third and wrapped up the week with four top three finishes. Ryan Gustin and Kyle Berck were fourth and fifth.

For more news visit www.mlraracing.com

Steve Stacey Celebrates Win at South Bend Motor Speedway August 13, 2016

Steve Stacey Celebrates Win at South Bend Motor Speedway

By Scott Binkley
South Bend, IN (8-13) Well over 120 cars packed the pit area as the South Bend Motor Speedway hosted the first visit from the Midwest Mini Cup Series along with the other five classes. Tyler Minix picked up the win as Jimmy Zarembka picked up his first ever feature win. Fred Malecki and Ryan Scott each notched their first wins of the season while Cory Pressler, Steve Stacy, Eryn Hartz and Tom Davis were repeat winners.

Thirteen Bellman Oil Company Late Models took the green flag to start their forty lap main event. The race was red-flagged on lap 25 when Vern Sauer of Lakeville slammed the wall in turn three. Vern walked away from the incident under his own power but the car was heavily damaged and required two tow trucks to remove it to the pit area. When the checker finally flew, it was Plymouth driver, Steve Stacy taking top honors for his third win of the season ahead of Rich Boal of Plymouth and Charlie Hanna of Goshen. Nick Pressler led Andrew DeVreese of Mishawaka and Brian Ross of Plymouth while Kevin Sauer of Lakeville, Josh Trammell of Dowling, MI, Scott Ross of Plymouth and Vern Sauer completed the top ten. In heat one, Scott Ross topped Trammell and Pressler while Stacy, Boal and Hanna were 1-2-3 in heat two. Brian Ross posted the top qualifying time of 11.792. With just two weeks remaining, Boal holds a 65 point lead over Hanna for the championship.

For additional news visit www.racesouthbendmotorspeedway.com

Weekly Winners 8/2/16 - 8/8/16 August 8, 2016

Weekly Winners 8/2/16 - 8/8/16

Congratulations to:

Dona Marcoullier – Merritt Speedway

Rex King Jr. – Sharon Speedway

Rodney Sanders – Valley Speedway

Steve Campbell – Selinsgrove Speedway

Terry Phillips – Humboldt Speedway (pictured)

Devin Dixon – Golden Isles Speedway

Russ King – Lernerville Speedway

Craig VonDohren – Big Diamond Speedway

Shane Clanton – Shawano Speedway

Josh Richards – Cedar Lake Speedway

Jeff Strunk – Grandview Speedway

Alan Rudalavage – Penn Can Speedway 

Coleby Frye – Clinton County Motor Speedway

Pete Bicknell – Ransomville Speedway

Brandon Burgoon – Pittsburgh’s PA Motor Speedway

Mark Norris – Batesville Motor Speedway

Robert Delormier – Cornwall Motor Speedway

Matt Sponaugle – Bedford Speedway

Billy Dunn – Can-Am Motorsports Park

A.J. Kingsley – Fulton Speedway

Jimmy Mars – Cedar Lake Speedway

Matt Sheppard – Merrittville Speedway

Brandon Schilling - Tucson Speedway

Derek Green - Clay County Fair Speedway & Kossuth County Speedway

Cody Nielsen - Clay County Fair Speedway

Brandon Beckendorf - Redwood Speedway

Adam Armstrong - Stuart Speedway

David Smith - Kossuth County Speedway, Clay County Fair Speedway & Buena Vista Raceway

Shane Swanson - Kossuth County Speedway

Cory Probst - Arlington Raceway

Chad Lonneman - Jackson Motorplex

Kelly Shryock - Fairmont Raceway

Dustin Wiederhoeft - Fairmont Raceway

Nick Meyer - Clay County Fair Speedway

Corey Madden - Shelby County Speedway

Justin Zeitner - Park Jefferson Speedway

Todd Boulware - Park Jefferson Speedway

Lucas Schott - Deer Creek Speedway & Mississippi Thunder Speedway

Jeff Waterman - 34 Raceway

Eric Stanton - Marshalltown Speedway

Darren Fuqua - Thunderhill Speedway

Richards Captures $50,000 at USA Nationals August 6, 2016

Richards Captures $50,000 at USA Nationals

NEW RICHMOND, Wisc. – August 6, 2016 – Josh Richards won his second career USA Nationals finale Saturday night at Cedar Lake Speedway.  The victory marked his 20th of the season (13th in the series) and 71st of his career in the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series – one win from tying for the all-time series record.

“I don’t know what to say…I’m speechless,” said Richards, winning the $50,000 purse. “I can’t thank everyone enough for coming out. This car has been so fun to drive. This is awesome.”

The caution-filled night began with the 100-lap feature’s first on lap 10. Jonathan Davenport, who started runner-up to Shane Clanton, suffered a flat right rear tire. It seemed “Superman” had found his Kryptonite, as he veered-off into the pits. The other 30 cars moved-up for the restart; Richards and Mason Zeigler shared the podium with Clanton.

On the restart Clanton and Richards separated from the rest of the field. Zeigler and Eric Wells paired-up and dueled for the third spot. Wells was the weekend’s fast time winner, a first for him since his rookie year in 2013. He continued his hot streak; however, Zeigler briefly extinguished his chances of passing him.

Zeigler moved to Richards, sweeping the nose of his bumper through the backside of his No. 1 Valvoline/ Seubert Calf Ranches Rocket racecar. A three-wide battle between Clanton, Richards and Zeigler had the packed crowd on their feet for half of lap 12. Zeigler managed to get by Richards in turn four before another caution flag waved.

On the race’s third restart – one lap later – Richards reclaimed the second spot from the top of the cushion. Richards closed the gap between him and Clanton to as little as 0.455 seconds, but could not capitalize.

Zeigler could not take advantage of starting third in the feature, when mechanical issues ended his night early on lap 18. Dennis Erb. Jr. took his place in third spot momentarily until mechanical issue scrapped his chances seven laps later. Wells replaced the crippled cars in the third position; he went on to challenge Clanton on the restart, side-stepping Richards who took the outside.

Within two more cautions both Richards and Wells challenged Clanton for the top spot, staying within a second of him. Though Clanton blocked Richards’ inside attempt entering turn one, it only took two more turns for him swoop into the lead on lap 31. Richards diminished Clanton’s 0.8-second lead to 0.088 seconds in that sequence.

As for “Easy E” and his pursuit, it seemed to be the opposite. Through a series of cautions, Wells took to the lowest groove of the track with his No. 18 Allstar Performance/ Penske Racing Shocks Longhorn machine. At turn two of each of the three following cautions, Wells cut the corner. Though he compromised momentum exiting the corner – while Clanton built momentum on the top cushion – he ended up making the pass with 35 laps remaining. Clanton finished seventh on the night.

At first, Davenport seemed to be taken out of contention in the feature with his early troubles. But, throughout the race, he gained ground. By the halfway point, Davenport was back into the top 10. By the time Wells made the pass into second place, Davenport’s No. 6 Baird Transport/ Elite Concrete Longhorn car had him in his sights.

By this time, Davenport maintained a 0.45-second margin between him and Wells, biding his time. Davenport sailed on the top cushion, wildly flirting with the outside walls of each of the turns – at times kissing them with his right rear fender.

“We were reeling them in,” said Davenport, who charged hard from the back of the pack. “I thought, ‘Here we go, we have a shot.’ All I had to rely on was the cushion, and I was rolling on it decently.”

With 20 laps remaining, Davenport took his shot at Wells. In turn four, he was able to pass Wells for second place. Richards increased his lead to a tick shy of two and a half seconds. Davenport began to close the gap slightly, but it was not until the race’s final caution when he saw his chance.  With 9 laps remaining, Richards and Davenport had a shootout for the lead.

Richards stayed low on the track while Davenport stuck with his bread-and-butter up-top. A strong restart from Richards reopened more than a two-second gap, and the final dagger was when Davenport clipped the turn two wall. Davenport held his ground for second place even so, with Wells rounding out the podium.

“We had a shot at it with 10 [laps] to go,” Davenport said. “I made a run on him, jumped the cushion one time and that’s all we had for him.”

Wells finished the weekend recording his first fast time and fourth top five finish in 29 feature events this season. Wells said he stuck with the same setup all weekend, which proved to suit the track well.

“It was really good, and we got to stay out of trouble,” said Wells, who felt he was strongest in the middle of the track. “I saw Davenport coming up on me from the scoreboard and where he was, and it was fine by me. We stuck to the middle. We came home with third, but it felt good.”

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