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Weekly Winners 8/29/17 - 9/4/17 September 4, 2017

Weekly Winners 8/29/17 - 9/4/17

Congratulations to:

Ron Davis III – Fulton Speedway (Track Champion) & Brewerton Speedway (Track Champion)

Billy Whittaker – Fulton Speedway

Devin Dixon - Chevrolet Performance Super Late Model Series Champion

Rich Neiser – Winston Speedway

Mario Clair – Cornwall Motor Speedway

Duane Howard – Big Diamond Speedway & Georgetown Speedway

Taylor Caprara – Can-Am Motorsports Park (Track Champion)

Jimmy Mars – Proctor Speedway

Tim Fuller – Mohawk International Raceway (Track Champion)

Randy Hannagan – Waynesfield Raceway Park

Justin Haers – Canandaigua Motorsports Park

Peter Britten – Albany-Saratoga Speedway (Track Champion)

Billy Decker – Brewerton Speedway (Track Champion)

Shannon Babb – Farmer City Raceway

Logan Martin – Lakeside Speedway (pictured)

Tanner English – Clarksville Speedway

Matt Sheppard – Weedsport Speedway, Canandaigua Motorsports Park (Track Champion) & Outlaw Speedway (Track Champion)

Logan Roberson – Potomac Speedway

Jonathan Davenport – Tyler County Speedway

Dona Marcoullier – Merritt Speedway

Mat Williamson – Freedom Motorsports Park

Billy Dunn – Can-Am Motorsports Park (Track Champion)

Davenport Wins the Hillbilly Hundred September 3, 2017

Davenport Wins the Hillbilly Hundred

MIDDLEBOURNE, WV (September 3, 2017) Jonathan Davenport held off Tim McCreadie at the finish line to win the 49th Annual Hillbilly Hundred on Sunday night at the Tyler County Speedway. Davenport took the lead from race-long leader, Jimmy Owens on lap 83 and then held off a hard-charging McCreadie to claim his first-career win in the historic event. After starting 17th, McCreadie went to the outside of Davenport coming off turn four, but Davenport held him off by one-car length to secure the $25,000 victory.

The 2015 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series National Champion; Davenport; became the 16th different winner this year in series competition. McCreadie moved to second in the points behind Josh Richards with his second-place finish. Jimmy Owens took third. Completing the top five were Don O’Neal and Richards.

“I passed for second like three times there then there would be another caution. I want to apologize to Jimmy Owens, I went in hot and locked up the brakes. I want to first thank G.R. Smith, for someone to step out of their own car and to let someone else drive it, says a lot about him. I have to thank Josh Richards, he helped me out before the start of the race. The right rear shock wasn’t where I wanted it to be and he tuned on it. “

“These Rocket cars are great. I thought I had this win last year. I really like this place,” said the 33-year-old racer in Lucas Oil Victory Lane for the first time this season. The winners Rocket Chassis car is powered by a Cornett Racing Engine and sponsored by: Victory Circle Auto Sales, B&A Pallet, Victory Circle Auto Mall, FK Rod Ends, Behrent’s, and Northern Lights Windows and Door.

McCreadie started alongside Scott Bloomquist in row nine and charged through the field to take the runner-up spot at the finish. “It was so tough to come up through there in this field of cars. It was just a little narrow out there tonight. The outside restarts were good. Yes, we are happy with this finish,” said the driver of the Sweeteners Plus, Longhorn entry.

Owens was in control of the race until he relinquished the lead to Davenport. “We had a really good car tonight. There were a lot of restarts. I don’t know how that played into the end. But we were slipping up. We moved down there and it seemed to help,” said Owens about his podium finish.

Completing the top ten were Chris Ferguson, Austin Hubbard, Darrell Lanigan, Jared Hawkins, and Mason Zeigler.

For additional news visit www.lucasdirt.com

Duane Howard Wins Coalcracker 72 at Big Diamond Speedway September 3, 2017

Duane Howard Wins Coalcracker 72 at Big Diamond Speedway

FORESTVILLE — All Duane Howard wanted was a restart. He knew what would happen if he could just get to the lead at Big Diamond Speedway.

“For some reason here on this race track, there’s a preferred line every week,” the Oley driver said. “And that guy who’s leading is in that preferred line.”

By early Monday morning, that guy was Howard, who took the top spot from Billy Pauch Jr. on a Lap 56 restart and drove off to win the track’s season-ending Jack Rich Inc. Coalcracker 72 358 modified feature.

Howard was joined in Victory Lane by Carlisle’s Chris Heller, who won the street stock feature, and Ringtown’s Devin Trexler, who took the Coalcracker 20 roadrunner race.

But neither Heller nor Trexler were quite as relieved as Howard.

Second on the track’s list of all-time feature wins with 74 victories, Howard, driving car owner Norm Hansell’s No. 357, took his first checkered flag in a feature at Big Diamond since May 29, 2015.

“It took two years to get it right, but, man, we got it right tonight,” Howard said. “The car went right through the middle and laid on the right side like I want to feel it.”

Earning the track’s biggest prize of the season of $10,000, Howard won his seventh Coalcracker crown, but his first since 2008.

Howard was the final of four leaders in the 72-lap marathon interrupted after 40 laps for a fuel stop. Each of those leaders got his chance at the front on a restart.

New York driver Anthony Perrego led the first four tours after drawing for the pole before Ray Swinehart’s car broke and spun on the frontstretch.

Wind Gap’s Frank Cozze took the lead at the resumption and led through two more caution periods to the fuel stop.

Pauch Jr. grabbed the lead from Cozze on the restart and withstood five more caution flags to keep the lead.

Howard, who started ninth, had climbed to second when Dominick Buffalino’s car spun in the second turn on the 56th lap. That put Howard beside Pauch on the double-file restart.

“It was really a cat-and-mouse game on the restarts,” Howard said. “When I got him on my restart and I’m on the outside, I wasn’t letting him push me up to the big cushion.”

Once in front, Howard’s drive to victory was slowed only by a caution flag with four laps left. He outgunned Pauch on that restart and drove away to win by .564 seconds.

Ryan Godown took second from Pauch with three laps left. Cozze was fourth ahead of Perrego.

Heller led the final 17 laps of the 20-lap street stock feature, but provided the biggest drama after the checkered flag. He veered up the track, struck the tire barrier near the second-turn pit exit and rolled his No. X99 onto its roof.

“About five (laps) to go, I started to get a wobble in the rear end,” said Heller, who earned $1,000 for his third win of the season. “... Last race of the year, you’re out front, you just keep the hammer down and hope she holds together.

“And it did until the end.”

Weekly Winners 8/22/17 - 8/28/17 August 28, 2017

Weekly Winners 8/22/17 - 8/28/17

Congratulations to:

Michael Norris – Pittsburgh’s PA Motor Speedway (pictured)

Andy Bryant – Lucas Oil Speedway

Ralph Morgan Jr. – Hesston Speedway

Logan Roberson – Potomac Speedway

Dona Marcoullier – Tri-City Motor Speedway

Ashton Winger – Senoia Raceway

Brandon Walsh - Legit Speedway Park

Rodney Sanders – Nobles County Speedway

Mat Williamson – Lernerville Speedway

Alex Ferree – Lernerville Speedway

James Dennis – Ohio Valley Speedway

Jimmy Phelps – Fulton Speedway

Brandon Beckendorf - Jackson Motorplex

Max Blair – Stateline Speedway & Eriez Speedway

Trent Ivey – Laurens County Speedway

Kelly Shryock - Nobles County Speedway

Coleby Frye – Selinsgrove Speedway

Matt Sheppard – Outlaw Speedway

Austin Horton – Senoia Raceway

Alan Fink – Fulton Speedway

J.R. Heffner – Lebanon Valley Speedway

Nelson Vollbrecht - Boone County Raceway

Darrel DeFrance – Marshalltown Speedway

Peter Britten – Albany-Saratoga Speedway & Sharon Speedway

Danny Johnson – Cornwall Motor Speedway

Devin Smith - Buena Vista Raceway

Myles Michehl - Hamilton County Speedway

Dan Angelicchio – Dog Hollow Speedway

Mike Bowman – Humberstone Speedway

Jack Sullivan – Boothill Speedway

Cody Robinson – Kil-Kare Raceway

Steve Stacey – South Bend Motor Speedway

 

Mike Bowman Wins 3rd Annual Pete Cosco Memorial August 27, 2017

Mike Bowman Wins 3rd Annual Pete Cosco Memorial

PORT COLBORNE, ONTARIO… (August 27, 2017) St. Catharines, Ontario’s Mike Bowman scored his second $4,000 + payday in less than 24 hours as he was victorious in the third running of the Pete Cosco Memorial for the Modifieds on Sunday night at the Humberstone Speedway. 
“This was my first sweep at Humberstone in years and to win this race in Pete’s memory is very special to me” stated race winner Mike Bowman in victory lane. “As I said last night, Pete was a long time customer of ours and help me out a lot and it's special to win here” Bowman added.
Mike Bowman and Tim Jones were on the front row for the Pete Cosco Memorial with Bowman showing the way with Erick Rudolph racing in second. Bowman would pull away from the field as Rudolph was being pressured by Mat Williamson for second. Williamson and Rudolph exchanged second place for several circuits, with Williamson taking second for good on lap nine and would start to go after Bowman. The leaders would hit lap traffic for the first time on lap 17. Williamson would close the gap on Bowman, just before Gary Lindberg slowed on the front stretch to bring out the races first caution on lap 24. On the lap 30 restart, Bowman would take off, with Williamson and Rudolph battling for second. Bowman continued to lead Rudolph, Williamson, Brachmann and Ryan Susice at the halfway mark. Gary Lindberg and Randy Chrysler got together on the front straightaway to bring out the caution on lap 39. On the lap 43 restart, the lead trio would go three-wide with Rudolph taking the lead. Bowman would continue to go after Rudolph for the lead. Bowman and Rudolph would then continue their battle for the lead Rudolph would slip over the edge of turn three with less than 20 laps remaining, giving Bowman the lead for good. Rudolph and Williamson would battle for second until Rudolph pulled away in the late going. Bowman would go on to score the win, his second on the weekend and first Pete Cosco Memorial.
Bryant Doubles Up at Lucas Oil Speedway August 26, 2017

Bryant Doubles Up at Lucas Oil Speedway

Wheatland, Missouri (August 27, 2017) - The dream season continues for young Andy Bryant.

Bryant doubled up Saturday night at Lucas Oil Speedway, capturing both the Ozark Golf Cars USRA B-Mod feature and the track championship on the final night of the Big Adventure RV Weekly Racing Series season.

Bryant, quickly moving from his fourth-row starting position, overtook pole-starting JC Morton to grab the lead completing lap two. The 17-year-old from Fort Scott, Kan., dominated from there.

"The track was great tonight," Bryant said. "We started eighth and got a really good start. Kris (Jackson) put up a good fight on that last restart. He had me looking back. It was a great track, a great race and I'm glad to win it."

Bryant had opened a big lead when a caution for debris on lap 13 bunched the field for a seven-lap shootout. But Bryant prevailed for his fourth feature victory of the season to with with three runner-up finishes and two thirds.

"It's just been a pretty decent year," said Bryant, who was leading in the most recent Out-Pace USRA B-Mod National standings as well. "I'd just like to thank everybody that helps me, both my family and sponsors. They're what allows us to compete at this level to be successful."

Jackson finished second with Taylor Moore in third.

For additional news visit www.lucasoilspeedway.com