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Weekly Winners 4/4/17 - 4/10/17 April 10, 2017

Weekly Winners 4/4/17 - 4/10/17

Congratulations to:

Eric Stanton – Boone Speedway & Benton County Speedway

Thomas Meseraull – Lincoln Park Speedway

Brian Mullen – Fairmont Raceway

Mike Lupfer – Port Royal Speedway

Derek Green – Fairmont Raceway

Matt Dooley – Senoia Raceway

C.S. Fitzgerald – Eastside Speedway

James McNeil – Gulf Coast Speedway

Tad Davis – Humboldt Speedway

Ashton Winger – Senoia Raceway

Brian Shirley – Peoria Speedway

Jimmy Mars – Cedar Lake Speedway

Kenny Collins – I-75 Raceway (pictured)

Duane Howard – Bridgeport Speedway

Kyle Bronson – East Bay Raceway Park

Trent Ivey – Cherokee Speedway

Devin Moran – Midway Speedway

Tyler Clem – Bubba Raceway Park

Trent Ivey Takes FUEL Series Win April 8, 2017

Trent Ivey Takes FUEL Series Win

GAFFNEY — What a difference a week can make, or six days to be more accurate.

Trent Ivey, 22, of Union, rolled to an impressive win Saturday night at Cherokee Speedway. The second-generation racer dominated the season opener for the FUEL Racing Series and earned $3,000 for his efforts along with claiming his first career victory on the tour.

Finishing second was Furman Parton of Union Mills, N.C. Completing the top five were Matt Long of Concord, N.C., Steve Banal of Rock Hill, and Bryan Mullis of Rock Hill.

It was Ivey’s third win in a row at the legendary dirt track in as many weeks. Ivey’s team debuted a brand new Mastersbilt race car for the event, one that took them less than a week to construct.

“Last Sunday night this car was a bare chassis with just the interior decking in it,” Ivey said. “My dad (Petey Ivey), Skee (Nichols), Rick (Alman), and myself worked our tails off getting it ready. We put the same setup under it that we have under the other car, so we knew pretty much what we would be starting with. All we did tonight was change the right front shock before the feature.”

Ivey made his presence known immediately in hot laps, flat-footing the new car all the way around the track. Then in time-trial qualifying, he set fast time among 17 entrants with a lap of 15.808 seconds.

He won a short dash race among the top four qualifiers to solidify his spot at the front of the field for the feature over Long, Banal, and Parton. Doug Sanders of Belmont, N.C., and Mullis each won heat races to complete the starting order for the main event field.

At the drop of the green to start the main event, Parton swept ahead of Ivey exiting the second corner to take the lead. However, a multi-car crash in Turn 4 brought out the yellow, nullifying the start.

On the second attempt to start the race, Ivey muscled his way out front, slamming the door on the other challengers off of Turn 2 and set sail on a course that eventually ended with the checkered flag in his hand.

Along the way he had to dodge a couple of bullets. One being a few near-misses with slower cars as he attempted to put them a lap down. The second being a power steering system failure with five laps to go.

Meseraull Scores Midwest Sprint Car Series Win April 8, 2017

Meseraull Scores Midwest Sprint Car Series Win

By CAREY FOX

Times Sports Editor

PUTNAMVILLE – Lincoln Park Speedway roared back to life on Saturday evening with the Midwest Sprint Car Series on hand to contest the “Indiana Open Wheel Racin’ Fest, which paid $4,000-to-win.

Thomas Meseraull, or T-Mez as he’s come to be known, put on a dominating show for a packed house in Putnamville. The San Jose, Calif. hot shoe started seventh in the 30-lap A-main and eventually lapped all the way up to ninth-place at the finish to claim the lion’s share of the purse on opening night.

Jeff Deckard of Ellettsville was the UMP Modified feature victor as he held off the challenges of Roy Bruce Jr. and Kenny Carmichael Jr. Steve Peeden won from the pole in the UMP Super Stock A-main to win over Wes McClara. The bomber feature went to Jordan Almanza and the secondary feature went to Harley Burns.

Forty sprint cars were on hand to chase the big payday to start the season at LPS with the Midwest Sprint Car Series including defending series points champion Brady Short and race winner Shane Cottle.

Carson Short was the top dog in group qualifying with a time of 12.932.

Four 10-car heat races made for a battle to be one of the 16 cars automatically locked into the night’s A-main. Chad Boespflug, Kody Swanson, Carson Short and Shane Cockrum won their heat races. With the large field, a C-main was contested as Tyler Rust scored the win and advanced into the B-main along with Hunter O’Neal, Kendall Ruble and Lukas Smith.

Only the top-four came from the B-main to the main event as Jeff Bland Jr. came away with the win over Ethan Barrow, Dakota Jackson and O’Neal.

Boespflug started the 30-lap feature on the pole alongside Swanson with Carson Short and Cockrum in the second row. Once the field took the green flag it was Meseraull that rocketed to the front by lap five. Boespflug would slip back into a three-way battle for fourth with Short and Jarett Andretti. Up front it was Meseraull that started to build his lead after a caution on the second lap.

On the re-start, Meseraull put the Michael Dutcher-owned No. 17gp on a rail as Brent Beauchamp gave chase. Kody Swanson slipped back after a brief duel for second with Beauchamp. Meseraull quickly built a several car length lead by the 10th circuit ahead of Beauchamp. Behind him, Jon Stanbrough had moved up to challenge Andretti for the third position. Swanson, Brady Short and Boespflug were in contention 3-wide for the fifth spot.

At the midway point, Meseraull had roared out to a half straightaway lead over the field. Beauchamp had settled into second ahead of Andretti. On lap 17, Meseraull was working his way through some lapped traffic that failed to slow his dominant run.

With five laps to go, Meseraull had built a full straight away lead over the field as he drove to the victory. Beauchamp, Andretti, Brady Short and Stanbrough wrapped up the top-five finishers.

For more news visit www.lincolnparkspeedway.com

Photo courtesy of JoshJamesArtwork.com

 

Tad Davis Takes Checkers at Humboldt April 7, 2017

Tad Davis Takes Checkers at Humboldt

Following the King of America VII, the 2017 race season got back underway this Friday night at Humboldt Speedway. With a new season comes a new sanctioning body, the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series. In A Modified action Mt. Hope, Kansas driver Tad Davis defended his 2016 track championship as he held off Fayetteville, Arkansas speedster Tyler Wolff for the 20 lap victory. Three time winner Mitch Keeter held off Tuscon, Arizona ace RC Whitwell for third. Seventh starting Cody Schniepp rounded out the top five. Heat race wins went to Wolff and Davis.

 
Photo courtesy of www.humboldtspeedway.com
Weekly Winners 3/28/17 - 4/3/17 April 3, 2017

Weekly Winners 3/28/17 - 4/3/17

Congratulations to:

 
Bailey Harris - Cochran Motor Speedway (pictured)
David Payne - Tri-County Racetrack
Tyler Bare - Virginia Motor Speedway
Dale Hollidge - Winchester Speedway
Jason Trammell - Tazewell Speedway
Logan Roberson - Hagerstown Speedway
Tanner English - Brownstown Speedway
Jack Sullivan - Timberline Speedway
Brian Shirley - Farmer City Raceway
Brandon Sheppard - Farmer City Raceway
Shirley Scores First Victory This Season April 2, 2017

Shirley Scores First Victory This Season

FARMER CITY, IL— April 2, 2017— Brian Shirley must have blown out the candles on his birthday cake this morning and wished for a win because tonight at Farmer City Raceway he claimed his first World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series victory of the season at the Illini 100. “I am just happy,” said Shirley. “I am happy for my team. We’ve had a lot of solid runs this year and we’ve had some heart breaks so for this to pay off for Bob Cullen, Lisa Cullen and everyone behind us we appreciate it. The biggest thing is that that we get monkey off our back with [this win] and hopefully there’s more to come.” To take the lead Shirley had to out-duel three-time World of Outlaws Champion and five-time Farmer City Raceway winner, Billy Moyer as well as regional all-stars Shannon Babb and Bobby Pierce. For the fans the race between the bunch was a flashback to the good ole days of the DIRTcar Summer Nationals. During the final day of the two-day event, Moyer showed that he remained hungry for a win and unsatisfied with the previous night’s third place finish as he claimed the fastest time in his qualifying group, a heat win and drew the pole position for the feature event. Moyer started the feature next to Pierce and punched the gas as soon as the green flag fell over Farmer City to claim the lead early in the race. By lap-two Babb found his way past Pierce and by lap-nine he was at Moyers door knocking. Pierce trailed behind the pair working tirelessly to reel them in. By lap-15 it was a battle for the lead between the three as almost every lap around the track fans saw three-wide action. Shirley found himself in the mix for the podium positions and the atmosphere at Farmer City cranked up a notch. It was lap-22 that was a game changer in the race as Pierce and Babb fell off the backstretch ledge losing a little momentum in the process. Shirley capitalized with a run on the bottom of the racetrack to pass Moyer for the lead. As the two front runners ran into lap traffic Shirley was able to hold off a hard-charging Moyer and take the checkers. It was a big day for Shirley and his crew as they snagged Quick Time, won a heat and finished one position ahead of Moyer for the second night in a row. “We tried and we about got him. We just came up a little short,” said Moyer. “This place always does a good job and puts on a good race and come main event time it’s always a multi-groove deal. Brian could run around that bottom better obviously and he did a good job. We camped out there in the middle and did the best we could do.” The final podium position went to Pierce. “It was a fun race I just wish it went the other way,” said Pierce. “It was a really good race between all of us. A lot of sliders a lot of crowds just wish we really could have got it but oh well. I didn’t even know Brian was going to be in the hunt there. He just kind of snuck up.” Tyler Erb and Brandon Sheppard also were seen wheeling-and-dealing on the track as they each gained eight positions during the 25-laps. For more news visit www.woolms.com