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Weekly Winners 7/31/18 - 8/6/18 August 6, 2018

Weekly Winners 7/31/18 - 8/6/18

Congratulations to:

Gene Henrie - Millard County Raceway

Myles Michehl - Boone Speedway

Jeremy Smith – Thunder Mountain Speedway

Stormy Scott – Lucas Oil Speedway

Kevin Smith - Skagit Speedway

Tim Fuller – Mohawk International Raceway

Devin Smith - Marshalltown Speedway

Ryan Susice – Merrittville Speedway

Zack VanderBeek – Humboldt Speedway

Lance Borgman - US 30 Speedway & Beatrice Speedway

Mat Williamson – Merrittville Speedway

Matt Sheppard – Utica-Rome Speedway

Kelly Shryock - Hancock County Speedway

Dakota Ewing – Lincoln Speedway

Clint Smith – Senoia Raceway

Max Blair – Eriez Speedway

Neil Baggett – Columbus Speedway

Kent Robinson – Bloomington Speedway

Stewart Friesen – Fonda Speedway

Danny Johnson – Airborne Speedway

Brianna Ladouceur – Cornwall Motor Speedway

Matt Janiak – Orange County Fair Speedway

Brandon Sheppard – Cedar Lake Speedway

Jake Bubak – Belleville High Banks

Darwin Karau - Chateau Speedway

Rex King Sr. – Lernerville Speedway

Craig Von Dohren – Grandview Speedway

Justin Wright – Land of Legends Raceway (pictured)

Brandon Beckendorf - Kossuth County Speedway

Camaron Marlar – Lake Cumberland Speedway

Tim Sears Jr. – Fulton Speedway

Levi Sikora – Hummingbird Speedway

Jordan Grabouski - US 30 Speedway, Eagle Raceway & Beatrice Speedway

Brad Smith - I-35 Speedway

Danny O’Brien – Brockville Ontario Speedway

Michael Norris – Lernerville Speedway

Ryan Susice Wins First Career Super DIRTcar Series Race in the Harvey’s 100 at Merrittville Speedway August 6, 2018

Ryan Susice Wins First Career Super DIRTcar Series Race in the Harvey’s 100 at Merrittville Speedway

THOROLD, ONT – August 6, 2018 – Ryan Susice is not a stranger to Victory Lane at Merrittville Speedway, but this one will go down in history as his first career Super DIRTcar Series race win. Susice started on the pole and fended off all challengers to take the win. Danny Johnson, in the newly christened no. 21J Troyer chassis, was the last driver to get a shot at Susice, but he would fall short and settle for second place. Chad Brachmann, a former Series regular and local hot shoe, stayed in the top three all night, bringing the no. 3 car home on the podium in third.

Ryan Susice lead the 30-car field to the green flag, and was never scored below first place. However, that does not mean he set his racing machine on cruise control. Four drivers took shots at the lead. First, the outside pole sitter and second in points, Erick Rudolph, sent some haymakers at Susice around the high-side, but the no. 3RS managed to hold him off. Then, Rudolph fell to third and it was Chad Brachmann’s turn, but he too could not take the leader down either. Mike Bowman, in the blue no. 71, passed Brachmann and gave it all he had to sweep by Susice on the outside, but he too fell short. Finally, Danny Johnson picked his way through the top of the field and started knocking on Susice’s door. Susice had to work through some lapped traffic, but deftly maneuvered his way through, to hold off the charging Danny Johnson.

The smiles were wide in Ryan Susice’s Victory Lane: “It’s really special. This race is always one we mark on the calendar. Just to be out here and competing is awesome, but I just had a feeling tonight. I knew we had an awesome car, as long as everything worked out tonight, we made the right moves, I thought we could put it here [Victory Lane].”

The night started out great for Susice as he made it to the redraw but then he saw the number he pulled: “Luckily we drew number 1. Dave [Farney] was up on the stand giving me lots of signals and I was just trying to pace myself. I didn’t want to give up too early and waste tires.

It’s been a long time coming for Susice: “I was starting to think I would never get one of these. It’s really special. I gotta thank Merrittville Speedway for continuing this tradition and putting the show on. Unfortunately, I gotta work tomorrow because I really want to party this one up.”

Since the deal with Ray Graham and Shackleton Auto put him in a new race car after a horrific accident at Orange County Fair Speedway, Danny Johnson has been on a tear. If he maintains the pace he is on, he’ll be a serious threat to win the Championship come October.
“It’s been awesome for me. I’ve got Shackleton Auto and Ray Graham, Peter Britten, and all them guys, Billy Colton and Troyer put together a great hot rod for me. A Big-Block running against these Small-Blocks, it’s kind of tough, but he had a lot of fun out here and got a solid second place from starting in the sixth spot. We’re really happy with what we got.”

Chad Brachmann did some tuning at Merrittville earlier in the week and found that the car was not right. “After our performance here on Saturday night, I went back and tore the whole car apart last night. I found a bunch of things wrong and it proved that little things make a big difference. Hats off to Ryan, that’s great. Track position was everything and he did a great job doing what he had to do. “

For additional news visit www.superdirtcarseries.com

Sheppard Scores $50,000 USA Nationals Win August 4, 2018

Sheppard Scores $50,000 USA Nationals Win

NEW RICHMOND, WI — Aug. 4, 2018 — The World of Outlaws® Craftsman Late Model Series was the headliner for one of the most prestigious races in the country, the 31st annual USA Nationals. The fast 3/8-mile, high-banked dirt oval of Cedar Lake Speedway, located just across the Minnesota / Wisconsin state line and northeast of Minneapolis, MN in New Richmond, WI, was host to the 100-lap main event of the weekend. Defending Series Champion Brandon Sheppard took home the big payday, grabbing the lead away from Jimmy Owens on lap 23 and holding off Brian Shirley to pick up his second victory in a row, sweeping the weekend at Cedar Lake, his 11th Series Feature win of the season and 35th of his Outlaws career. 

"This is definitely one of my top ones for sure," said the as the New Berlin, IL standout. "We’ve been coming here for a lot of years trying to win this race. We’ve had a really good car a lot of times, but just fell short. To win it, this means the world to me. Mark Richards and Steve Baker have given me this opportunity to come drive this car, and it’s just a dream to drive.”

The elated 25-year-old was surrounded by his crew, family, friends and passer-by’s offering their congratulations on sweeping the weekend. “I have one heck of a crew that supports me 110%. My great sponsors, everybody involved in this whole deal, everyone on this thing that helps and supports me, it really does mean the world to me,” added the the driver of the #1 Valvoline / Rocket XR1 Chassis / Durham Racing Engines ride. 

2017 Rookie of the Year and USA Nationals Dash Winner from the night before, Devin Moran started on the pole. Flanked by 2014 event winner Jimmy Owens, the two would bring the stellar 28-car field to the green flag to begin the century grind. Owens darted out ahead of Moran and the rest of the field while they positioned themselves behind the two leaders. Sheppard, who started behind Moran in third, slipped past the pole-sitter and quickly placed himself within striking distance of Owens. 

As the leaders approached traffic, Sheppard went up to the top side and began building his momentum, riding the cushion around until he moved past Owens on lap 23 to take over the lead he would never relinquish. Brian Shirley, who recently won his second DIRTcar Summer Nationals Hell Tour Championship, had caught the two leaders and went by Owens right after Sheppard did and immediately began challenging Sheppard for the top spot. The two Prairie State stars waged war around the 3/8s-mile with Shirley pulling up even several times with Sheppard but could not quite complete the pass. 

With the lap continuing to click off, Owens, who never fell off the podium the entire race, went back after Shirley and made the pass for second with 17 laps to go and reset his sights on Sheppard. Like Shirley, Owens tried several times to get past the race leader but would soon fall back into the clutches of Shirley who took back the runner-up spot with only three laps to go. Sheppard maintained the top spot throughout and, in the end, would cross under the checkered flags first to score the $50,000 payday. With the victory, his 11th of the season, Sheppard now has 35 career series triumphs to move him to within two of 2011 Series Champion Rick Eckert, who is fifth all-time with 37 wins. 

“The job is getting done with Rocket XR1’s being in the top three tonight. It’s awesome, man. This is huge,” Sheppard continued. “Hopefully we can carry this on the rest of the year. We’ve had a really fast car all year long. We just had a lot of bad luck early on this season. Everything was just really good this weekend, even with the bad luck in one of the Heat Races last night. Maybe that was our bad luck for the weekend,” he ended. 

Finishing a season high second in Outlaws competition, Brian Shirley gave Sheppard all he could handle throughout most of the race before finishing second in his #3s Bob Cullen Racing / Rocket XR1 Chassis / Durham Racing Engines ride. “We just didn’t get a good restart, and Jimmy (Owens) got back on the outside, but we were able to battle back and had a good car. Just can’t thank everybody behind us enough,” relayed the 37-year-old from Chatham, IL. “This XR1 Rocket ran great, and our Durham Racing Engine ran really well. Overall, just happy to get second in this one. We’ve been pretty fortunate that everybody at the blue rig has really taken care of us. Bob and Lisa Cullen give me the best equipment money can buy, and we just try and utilize it the best that we can and continue to have fun doing this,” he ended. 

Scoring the final podium position finish in his #20 Ramirez Motorsports / Rocket XR1 Chassis / Durham Racing Engine entry was Newport, TN veteran Jimmy Owens. “We had a good car the whole race, but I was a little laid over on the right rear more than I wanted to be,” explained the 46-year-old veteran after the race. “We had the lead there and were setting a comfortable pace where I felt like I could run without messing things up. Well, Brandon (Sheppard) and Brian (Shirley) got passed me, and I thought, 'I’m just going to sit here and bide my time and be cautious and things will fall my way,' and sure enough they did. We had a good hot rod at the end, but just not enough to get it done,” he ended. 

Within the finishing order, Rocket XR1 Chassis and Durham Racing Engines swept the podium finishers as Chase Junghans, also in a Rocket XR1, was impressive in finishing fourth while three-time DIRTcar Summer Nationals Hell Tour Champion, Bobby Pierce advanced 15 spots after starting 20th and having to transfer through one of the Last Chance Showdowns, to finish fifth. Mike Marlar was shown sixth while Shannon Babb was seventh. Former two-time USA Nationals winner (2005 & 2001) Dale McDowell scored the KSE Hard-Charger award with his 24th to eighth place run after getting in via the Last Chance Qualifier. Chris Simpson was ninth after starting 13th and the second Last Chance Showdown winner, 2014 rookie of the year, Frank Heckenast Jr., picked up eight spots from 18th to complete the top 10. 

For additional news visit www.woolms.com
VanderBeek In Victory Lane At Humboldt August 3, 2018

VanderBeek In Victory Lane At Humboldt

The 50th United States Modified Touring Series feature held at the Humboldt Speedway saw Zack VanderBeek lead from start to finish for his 47th career USMTS victory Friday night.

Driving the Oreo/Casey’s General Stores VanderBuilt Race Cars No. 33z, the 33-year-old from New Sharon, Iowa, redrew the pole to start the 40-lap main event and fended off early-race challenges from Dereck Ramirez before pulling away to an eight-car-length win at the finish line to earn the $3,000 top prize.

Stormy Scott, who started seventh, came alive late in the race but was unable to reel in the winner and had to settle for the runner-up honors at ‘The Hummer’ rather than notching his 49th career victory.

Rodney Sanders got around Dereck Ramirez to take the third spot while R.C. Whitwell claimed the fifth position. Ethan Dotson, Jake O'Neil, Terry Phillips, Lucas Schott and Jason Hughes rounded out the top 10.

For additional news visit www.usmts.com

Weekly Winners 7/24/18 - 7/30/18 July 30, 2018

Weekly Winners 7/24/18 - 7/30/18

Congratulations to:

Devin Moran – Fairbury American Legion Speedway

Dave Constantino – Glen Ridge Motorsports Park

Myles Michehl - Hamilton County Speedway

Mark Elliott - Hamilton County Speedway

Rex King Jr. – Sharon Speedway

Cruz Skinner – Senoia Raceway

Jeff Tharp – Dubuque Speedway

Jared Boumeester - Deer Creek Speedway

Tim Fuller – Mohawk International Raceway

Jon Lee – Thunder Mountain Speedway

Brianna Ladouceur – Mohawk International Raceway

Michael Lake – Dog Hollow Speedway & Elkins Raceway

Andy Bryant - I-35 Speedway

Dustin Smith - Buena Vista Raceway

Jimmy Mars – Gondik Law Speedway

Mark Newton – Senoia Raceway

Dustin Gulbrandson - Mason City Motor Speedway

Jake Masters - Fairmont Raceway

Eric Stanton - Hamilton County Speedway

Brandon Sheppard – Plymouth Dirt Track

Jose Parga – Highland Speedway

Matt Sheppard – BAPS Motor Speedway & Autodrome Drummond

Max Blair – Dog Hollow Speedway & Raceway 7

Jeremiah Hurst – Quad City Speedway

Logan Roberson – Elkins Raceway

Clayton Turner – Hartwell Speedway

Clint Smith – Dixie Speedway

Chad Thrash – Hattiesburg Speedway

Rick Gumm – Brownstown Speedway (pictured)

Brad Smith - Lakeside Speedway

Chad Selk - Spring Lake Speedway

Dale Markham – Sycamore Speedway

Tim Sears Jr. – Brewerton Speedway

Nate Ginest - Rush County Speedway

Clint Hatlestad - Princeton Speedway

Ashton Winger – Blue Ridge Motorsports Park

Cody Neilsen - Hancock County Speedway, Kossuth County Speedway & Clay County Fair Speedway

Terry Phillips – Lakeside Speedway

Jared Miley – Lernerville Speedway

Pete Bicknell – Merrittville Speedway

Jordan Grabouski - Beatrice Speedway

Carey Terrance – Cornwall Motor Speedway

Brandon Overton – Tazewell Speedway & Crossville Speedway

Jack Sullivan – Legit Speedway Park

Jessica Power – Can-Am Motorsports Park

Lance Borgman - Beatrice Speedway

Ronnie Davis – Fulton Speedway

Jeremy Smith – Afton Motorsports Park

Matt Sheppard Takes York County Nationals at BAPS Motor Speedway July 29, 2018

Matt Sheppard Takes York County Nationals at BAPS Motor Speedway

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA – “I thought it was over.”

Those were the words of Matt Sheppard as he reflected on Sunday night’s Sunoco Race Fuels/Insinger Performance York County Nationals at BAPS Motor Speedway.

‘Super Matt’ was leading the 50-lap Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series (STSS) Fueled By Sunoco big-block/small-block Modified event when he packed the right-rear wheel with mud and relinquished the lead to head to the pits.

Restarting at the rear of the field, Sheppard worked through traffic with the Hurlock Auto & Speed No. 9s to complete a “last to first” drive to a $10,000 payday in the series’ richest event.

The win for the Waterloo, N.Y., native was his second of the season in the Velocita-USA South Region, having previously won at Delaware International Speedway in Delmar, Del., on May 24.

In Victory Lane, Sheppard’s car sat steaming and leaking fluids onto the BAPS red clay surface. Sheppard climbed from the mist to celebrate his 10k payday on the roof.

A field of 27 STSS Modifieds took the green before a large and enthusiastic BAPS crowd with Andy Bachetti leading the field via a redraw of top qualifiers.

Bachetti shot into the lead with Ryan Godown, driving the Lincoln Auto Body No. 5, in tow. Godown took command of the race on lap five, but Sheppard was on the move. By lap 12, Sheppard – who started sixth – swept into the lead.

Stewart Friesen, meanwhile, shot into second two laps later.

Sheppard’s night, many believed, was over when he slowed at the exit of turn four on lap 17. Sheppard headed to the pits and Friesen assumed the lead for the first time.

While Friesen led, all eyes were on Sheppard’s No. 9s. By halfway, he had climbed to the top-10.

By lap 30, he was third. Sheppard completed the pass of Godown on lap 33 and two laps later pulled alongside Friesen for a double-file restart.

At the green, Sheppard swept past Friesen on the outside lane and never looked back.

Sprakers, N.Y.’s Friesen pulled in on the leader several times but was scored the runner-up for the second consecutive year with his Halmar International-backed No. 44.

After being involved in a tangle on lap 21, Boyertown, Pa., driver Ryan Watt charged back through the field to earn a podium finish in the Ron Roberts-owned No. 14W. Watt originally started from 19th and earned the race’s Hard Charger distinction.

Ringoes, N.J.’s Godown ended his consistent run in fourth-place with Dieter Schmidt’s big-block and pole starter Bachetti, of Sheffield, Mass., righted his recent disastrous STSS luck with a top-five finish at the conclusion of 50 laps.

Finishing sixth through 10th, respectively, were Jeff Strunk of Boyertown, Pa., in the Glenn Hyneman-owned No. 126 after starting second; David Van Horn of Harmony, N.J., who ran inside the top-five for much of the race; 12th-starter Craig Von Dohren of Oley, Pa., in the Dick Biever No. 14s; Joseph ‘Jo-Jo’ Watson of Milford, Del., after several skirmishes; and Billy Pauch Jr. of Milford, N.J., driving his self-owned No. 15.

A field of 35 STSS Modifieds signed in on the neutral Central PA ground.

Sheppard set Beyea Headers Fast Time in qualifying worth $100 with a lap of 18.012 seconds.

Heat winners were Bachetti, Friesen, Rick Laubach and Sheppard. Wade Hendrickson topped the consolation.

For more news visit www.bdmotorsportsmedia.com