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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

Weekly Winners 8/15/17 -  8/21/17 August 21, 2017

Weekly Winners 8/15/17 - 8/21/17

Congratulations to:

Devin Willis – Fonda Speedway

Nelson Vollbrecht – Off Road Speedway

Rich Neiser – Thunderbird Raceway

Tim Fuller – Cornwall Motor Speedway, Mohawk International Raceway & Fonda Speedway Track Championship

Michael Norris – Lernerville Speedway

Corey Madden – Shelby County Speedway

Matt Sheppard – Utica-Rome Speedway & Outlaw Speedway

Logan Roberson – Winchester Speedway

Mason Massey – Senoia Raceway

Jason Jameson – Moler Raceway Park

Mike Marlar – North Georgia Speedway & Rome Speedway

Ashton Winger – Talladega Short Track

Brandon Beckendorf – Arlington Raceway

Brandon Thirlby – Merritt Speedway

Randy Hannagan – I-96 Speedway

Alex Stanford – Merced Speedway

Devin Moran – Georgetown Speedway

Terry VanHaitsma – Berlin Raceway (pictured)

Mike Maresca – Fonda Speedway

Ricky Thornton Jr. – Scotland County Speedway

Chris Dillbeck – Crisp Motorsports Park

Tanner English – Brownstown Speedway

Brandon Sheppard – Eriez Speedway & Port Royal Speedway

Justin Zeitner – I-80 Speedway

Kyle Berck – Adams County Speedway

Rodney Sanders – Lakeside Speedway

Clint Smith – Senoia Raceway

Coleby Frye – Bedford Speedway

A.J. Diemel – Cedar Lake Speedway


Tanner English Takes Hall of Fame Classic August 19, 2017

Tanner English Takes Hall of Fame Classic

Aug. 19, 2017 - The 13th Annual Hall of Fame Classic was held Saturday night and Tanner English would charge his way to the feature win for the MARS DIRTcar Series super late models. English and Cody Mahoney would swap the lead several times before English would take over the top spot for good to pocket the $3000 top prize. English has won the last two Super Late Model events at the Speedway, making it three wins on the year at Brownstown.


For additional news visit www.brownstownspeedway.com



Maresca and Fuller Achieve Career Firsts at Fonda August 19, 2017

Maresca and Fuller Achieve Career Firsts at Fonda

By: Ron Szczerba

Fonda, NY – Taylor Made sponsorship night was a truly special one at the “Track of Champions” Fonda Speedway on Saturday evening and it was an evening of “career firsts” for four drivers at Fonda.

Number one was Tim Fuller taking home his first ever track championship at Fonda. Number two was his teammate Mike Maresca winning his career first modified feature at Fonda or anywhere for that matter. Number three was Devin Willis winning his first career limited sportsman feature in one of Maresca’s former St. Lawrence Radiology sponsored race cars. And last but certainly not least was Nick Scavia taking home his first career win in the 602 sportsman division.

Other winners at Fonda on the “Night of Features” were Stewart Friesen (Twin 20 modified event #2), Rocky Warner (delayed sportsman feature from 8/12), Luke Horning (pro stock), Johnny Young (street stock), and PJ Bleau (4-cylinder/cruisers).

2017 Track Champions that were crowned at Fonda on Saturday evening were Tim Fuller (modified), Rocky Warner (sportsman), Cory White (limited sportsman), Kenny Gates (pro stock), Johnny Young (street stock), and Ken Hollenback (4-cylinder/cruisers).

“I’ve never seen more diehard fans then I have here at Fonda and I’ve been to a lot of race tracks,” modified champion Fuller said during the championship celebration. “We’ve had a bad tour run (Super DIRT Series Tour) in 2017 but here at Fonda we haven’t been out of the top five all year and consistency got us the title. We are also very thankful to have gotten hooked up with the Maresca Family and St. Lawrence Radiology. They are great people and were also a big part of us being able to get this title at Fonda and we look forward to a return here to the Fonda Speedway for the 2018 season.”

“2017 has been a good season for us, my win here tonight was our 20th of the season,” sportsman champion Rocky Warner said. “Overall it’s been a great year really thanks to Jake & Nancy Spraker who give us all of this awesome equipment to work with.”

“We had a real good year, a few bad nights but my crew really stepped it up so I really have to thank them and all of my sponsors,” pro stock champion Kenny Gates said. “I guess you could say that we lost the battle but won the war.”

The first 20-lap modified feature saw Troy Palmer and Mike Maresca on the front row with Maresca leading at the drop of Joe Kriss’ green flag. Ninth place starter Josh Hohenforst was coming to the front early in the event and just before the halfway point took the second position away from Palmer. At that point Maresca held a half track lead and not even lap cars were going to stop this young man who led all 20-laps on his way to his first ever modified feature win of his career at any track!

Tim Fuller started the event in the 10th position and with five laps to go took the third position away from Palmer but that’s as far ahead as he would get as Maresca took the win in the St. Lawrence Radiology sponsored Teo car followed by Hohenforst, Fuller, fourth place starter Shaun Pangman, and 13th place starter Jeremy Wilder.

“This is our first win in a modified so it is pretty special,” Maresca told victory lane announcer Daniel Haslun after the win. “Fonda is a great track to race at, they treat us like family here, and we have had a lot of fun here this year. Fonda is a hallowed ground in racing so it is really special to be able to win here.”

For more news visit www.newfondaspeedway.com

Sanders Wins Grant Junghans Memorial August 18, 2017

Sanders Wins Grant Junghans Memorial

Rodney Sanders bested a talent-riddled gathering of 76 drivers Friday night to capture the checkered flag in the 2nd Annual Grant Junghans Memorial at the Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City.

Starting seventh on the 30-car grid, Sanders caught Jason Hughes on the 16th lap, secured the lead two laps later and then pulled away after several side-by-side laps with his fellow multi-time United States Modified Touring Series national champion.

Sanders garnered the most passing points during qualifying heat races but drew the third row start while Cade Dillard, who was eighth in passing points, was left with the pole position after seven others had drawn their numbers.

Dillard took advantage by leaping out to a sizable lead in the early stages of the main event which began with an empty spot for the pole during the parade lap and went 42 laps with the final two circuits in honor of the car number used by event’s namesake.

Chase Junghans carries the No. 2 flag for his brother, Grant.

Maintaining about a six-car-length lead over Hughes by the tenth lap, Dillard’s engine seized up as he entered the first corner, sending him into the concrete wall and ending his night.

Hughes assumed the lead for the restart and had his hands full with Sanders to his inside and Travis Saurer rim-riding the 4/10-mile dirt oval to his right.

Six laps later, Sanders pulled even with Hughes and the pair gave the overflow audience and thrilling side-by-side battle for the next five laps before Sanders gained a bit of breathing room in lapped traffic.

While Sanders put some more cushion between himself and his pursuers as Hughes began a torrid back-and-forth with defending Grant Junghans Memorial winner Lucas Schott, who had started next to Sanders in the eighth position.

With Saurer still lurking in fourth, Stormy Scott zipped by on the inside to take the spot and moved in on the rear bumpers of Hughes and Schott.

Schott eventually got clear of Hughes with five laps to go but Sanders was long gone and sailed to his second USMTS win of the year and 77th of his career.

The win was worth $10,002 to the 27-year-old from Happy, Texas.

Schott backed up his win here with a runner-up finish worth $6,002 while Hughes—last year’s second-place finisher—placed third ahead of Scott and Saurer.

Thirteenth-starting Austin Siebert claimed the sixth spot, Johnny Scott was seventh, Nic Bidinger came from 18th to eighth, Zack VanderBeek nabbed ninth and Ryan Gustin, who bested Sanders in last month’s Silver Dollar Nationals and $50,000-to-win Masters in June, came from the 30th starting spot to take tenth.

As a provisional starter, Gustin was not eligible for the KSE Racing Products Hard Charger. That honor went to R.C. Whitwell for the second straight night. He finished behind Gustin in 11th after starting 26th.

For more news visit www.usmts.com