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Schneider & Sons 'Scrapper Of The Race' award and 0. We were lucky to finish; we'll take this and come back next year to take another crack at it." Aaron Pierce completed the podium finishers in third, using a huge outside-inside crossover to pass Johnny Petrozelle for the position after Petrozelle was forced three-wide by a lapped car while looking to take second from Gerster late in the race. But it seemed like turn two would prove to be one of his weak points on the speedway. In preliminary action the three heat races were won by Chase Stockon, Kyle Cummins, and Carson Short.
Brett Bieber and Dylan Hoch completed the top five. Once Pierce cleared Petrozelle for third with 13 laps to go, the Denton, N. native didn't have the steam to get back by, but his fourth-place finish was more than enough to clinch the Must See Racing South division championship. While Hackel seemed to have a car to win the race, he could not put together a good enough run to overtake Radivoy. Tyler Thomas and Brady Short finished one and two in the B Main.
Michael Tancredi was enjoying a welcome return to form early on after starting in 6th and running down Caruso in the early sector of the race. The 10-lap Champ Kart B Main was snared by Eric Zeh. The race track was in great condition for the 30 lap A and enabled good close racing. Fremont's Shane Golobic, inaugural SCCT champion Kyle Hirst of Paradise, Roseville's Willie Croft and Clarksburg's Justyn Cox rounded out the top-five in the feature. Forsberg began the night by clocking the fastest lap in qualifying with a lap of 12.264, beating out 21 other competitors. A total of 74 competitors took part in the 30th Annual COMP Cams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tires at I-30 Speedway with nearly 8,000 in prize money awarded over the course of the weekend.
The car was spannered by Tony Bartlett but got caught up with lapped traffic and spun causing him to go to the rear of the field in the dying stages. The first of the two-day Ironton Telephone Indoor Auto Racing Series races drew a 51-car TQ Midget race and a 27-car field of Champ Karts. V78 Campbell and V7 Solomon lined up on the front row of the A. 41 cars competed during the final night of action with Shane Golobic setting a new 360 track record in qualifying by clocking a 13.134, earning his 4th LRB, Inc/ ADCO Driveline & Custom Exhaust fast time award of the season. The inaugural Western Race Saver Sprint Car event at the Marysville Raceway provided a fast-paced main event that saw veteran driver Monty Ferreira pick up the victory. 30th Annual COMP Cams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tires Saturday Night Results: Locked in from Preliminary Night Feature Events: 3s-Sammy Swindell, 15h-Sam Hafertepe, Jr., 1x-Bill Balog, 88-Tim Crawley, 86-Tony Bruce, Jr., 87-Aaron Reutzel.
The Solomon Brothers, Paul and Chris continued their rich vein of form rounding out the top 5 after putting on a thrilling show battling with Parr and Wren on multiple occasions for the minor spots on the podium. TQ Midgets will return tonight Saturday night, January 6, for another 40 lap feature race paired with the Slingshot division that will run a 20 lap event. With a lap two incident which saw Campbell spinning leaving V34 Brenten Farrer with now where to go except hitting Campbell. ---------------- Final top-15 in Elk Grove Ford Sprint Car Challenge Tour presented by Abreu Vineyards driver and owner standings for 2017. Ferreira was able to fight his way past teammate Matt Demartini midway through the feature to grab the win. STN Saturday Night Showdowns (Top 8 in combined points from Preliminary Night and Showdowns to positions 7-14 of “A” Main; Next 26 to two “B” Mains, balance to two “C” Mains): STN Showdown #1 (10 Laps): 1.
Jack Gartner had another good night behind the wheel of the SA16 finishing in a strong 6th. Damage to Farrer’s car unfortunately put him on the infield for the reminder of the race. B&B Machinery Movers Qualifier #2 (20 laps, top three to redraw): 1. These drivers and teams will take part in the over ,000 championship fund payout at the January 6 awards banquet in Jackson. Demartini, Cole Danell, Mauro Simone and Kyle Rasmussen completed the top-five.
Despite some seven caution flags and restarts, Ross was never passed. “Every one of the restarts concerned me because you never know if somebody will drive under you,” Ross said. But no problems with either one in this race,” Ross smiled. Tommy Catalano and Bobby Holmes led the field into the first turn for the start of the 40-lapper with Erick Rudolph, Earl Paules, Tim Buckwalter and Andy Jankowiak in tow. The crash that took Lick out of the lead happened on a restart coming down for the green flag. The ‘Alphabet Mains’ culminate in the running of two B-Mains, with the top six finishers in each joining the twelve Friday Night A-Qualifiers to form the 24-car starting field. Further details and a complete list of nominations can be found on the VSDA Facebook page. Becker, the six-time Silver Dollar Speedway champion, was driving for car owner Dan Monhoff and continued to get faster as the main event wore on. “North Pole Nightmare” Balog settled for fourth aboard Ronnie Pitts’ No. Daniel Evans who was running 5th in the series before Round 5 was again challenging the lead pack before being squeezed against the wall coming off turn 4 giving the flag man an exciting but scary view of the action with Evan flipping across the Start line. Taking out the Oval Express Magazine Quick Time Award was V78 Chris Campbell with a 15.539. The 2017 season may have not gone as Schank would have hoped overall, but he reminded everyone on Saturday that he’s still one of the best business out west when it comes wingless spec sprint racing. He was joined on the infield by Brenten Farrer who made contact with a lapped vehicle whilst running second earlier in the race. A Main results: 1st V7 Paul Solomon, 2nd V40 Rusty Hickman, 3rd V83 Chris Solomon, 4th V6 Eddie Lumbar, 5th SA77 Dan Evans, 6th SA33 Mark Caruso, 7th SA16 Jack Gartner, 8th V16 James Wren, 9th Michael Tancredi , 10th SA69 Cody Atkins, 11th NT26 Tony Moule, 12th V4 Phil Lock, 13th V78 Chris Campbell, 14th NS38 Shaun Forrell, 15th SA95 Jarman Dalitz, 16th VA2 Boyd Harris, 17th SA98 Cheian Perrett-DNF, 18th VA15 Corey Lincoln- DNF, 19th V34 Brenten Farrer-DNF. Fellow veteran Shannon Newton didn’t make it easy on him however, and kept the Santa Rosa racer honest as the feature wound down. Heat winners: SA95 Jarman Dalitz, SA33 Mark Caruso, V7 Paul Solomon, NT26 Tony Moule Contingency Winners IDIGIT Lucky 0 draw –James Wren- 0 cash B&B Retaining Walls Lucky 10’s –Jarman Dalitz– drum of methanol Bar Up Bull Bars 8 – Trigga Gates Hickmans Tree Maintenance Random Draw – Georgia Mc Leod All Star Hot Arse Award – Brayden Parr- Fire Extinguisher Oval Express Magazine Quick Time Award –not given – a year’s subscription to Oval Express Magazine Melbourne Stainless Steel Last man running Award – Cheian Perrett ALLENTOWN INDOOR AUTO RACING SERIES NIGHT TWO THREE QUARTER MIDGET WIN GOES TO NY DIRT SPRINT CAR STANDOUT SCOTT KREUTTER; DANNY BUCCAFUSCA BESTS SLINGSHOT FIELD ALLENTOWN, PA January 7, 2018 . Rudolph passed Bonsignore for second with two laps to go in the race. Though Mc Cune already had his third-consecutive series championship locked up before the weekend ever began, carrying a 97-point lead entering the Hickory event, he stressed that he wanted to finish strong -- and that's exactly what he did. Gerster worked around Schultz on the second revolution but could never catch the younger Mc Cune, who maintained a consistent 1.5-second gap throughout the remaining distance en route to the win, his first major triumph in Must See Racing competition. Eight cars signed in during the night with the lone heat race claimed by Kayla Green and fast time set by Scott Kinney. 0 Fastest Overall Timer Bonus: Bobby Hackel (19.608) MEM Inc. Bonsignore held for third ahead of Matt Roselli, and Jon Reid. "Man, I don't know what it is about coming down here, but our car loves these Southern tracks," said Mc Cune, who picked up his third-straight win at Hickory and fifth in a row below the Mason-Dixon Line. Though Gerster and third-place finisher Aaron Pierce faded in the final laps, both veterans locked themselves into the top-six redraw by finishing on the podium of the qualifying race. The Economy Sprint main event looked to have been won by Cameron Haney, but after executing donuts on the front stretch he was disqualified. Fastest Group 1 Timer Bonus: Tyler Boniface (19.853) MEM Inc. Billy Osmun DQ: Joe Funk (light at the scale), Ryan Lilick (light at the scale) MASS Sprint Cars Heat 1 (8 Laps) -- 1.