New Egypt, NJ — Tuesday, May 21st, 2013, the World of Outlaws sprint series is scheduled to make it s highly anticipated return to New Jersey at the New Egypt Speedwayfor the first time since 2007. The Napa Auto Parts Outlaw Classic will pit the World of Outlaws sprint drivers against some of the Tri State areas best sprint racers. World of Outlaws touring regulars Steve Kinser, Donny Schatz, Cody Darrah, Daryn Pittman, Craig Dollansky, Sammy Swindell, Joey Saldana, Kraig Kinser, Chad Kemenah, Paul McMahan, Jason Sides, and Kerry Madsen. Last year’ s New Egypt Speedway Jersey Rush winner Daryn Pittman will look to continue his dominance of the Outlaw tour in his first year driving for Kasey Kahne Racing. Steve Kinser will look to make it back to New Egypt Victory Lane as he was the winner of the last World of Outlaw Sprint race held at the Speedway in 2007. Tickets are currently on sale through the World of Outlaws website www.woosprints.com. Main grandstand seating in sections 4 and 5 along the frontstretch are reserved seating selling for $35. General admission tickets are $30, teens 12 -15 are $15, and children 11 and under are free. Pit admission will be $40 but only sold the day of the event. Reserved seating tickets on the day of the event will only be sold at the front ticket entrance. Pit gates will be opening at 3:00 pm on the day of the event. Front gates will open for advanced ticket holders and Will Call at 3:30 pm and will open to the general public at 4:00 pm. Hot laps will begin at 6:15pm with the first race starting at 7:00 pm.
Over night camping is permitted in the designated camping area located behind the Speedway. Camping is free of charge. The Speedway just asks fans to respect our neighbors and there are no open fires permitted. For all of our younger fans looking to enter the pit area, it is the New Jersey State law anyone under the age of 16 is not permitted into the pit area. Fans 16 or 17 years of age must present with a copy of their birth certificate and a parent to sign the Minor Parental Consent Form. All younger fans and their parents can fill out the necessary paperwork in the Speedway office located next to the front ticket windows.
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AMSOIL USAC NATIONAL SPRINT CAR RACE RESULTS: May 17, 2013 – Bloomington, Indiana – Bloomington Speedway – “Larry Rice Classic”
QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Brady Bacon, 69, Dynamics-11.597; 2. Bryan Clauson, 20, Stewart/Curb-Agajanian-11.604; 3. Chase Stockon, 32, Stockon-11.740; 4. Dave Darland, 71P, Phillips-11.744; 5. Hunter Schuerenberg, 35, Byram-11.793; 6. Kevin Thomas, Jr., 17RW, Dutcher/RW/TriStar-11.807; 7. Chase Briscoe, 5B, Briscoe-11.826; 8. Matt Westfall, 54, Best Performance-11.878; 9. Bobby East, 5E, East-11.888; 10. Levi Jones, 39, Walker-11.899; 11. Tracy Hines, 4, Hines-11.907; 12. Chris Windom, 11, Walker-11.910; 13. Logan Hupp, 9H, Hupp-11.963; 14. Robert Ballou, 5, Baldwin-11.965; 15. Brady Short, 11p, Pottorff-11.973; 16. Jordan Kinser, 5k, JKR-11.999; 17. Dakota Jackson, 3, Jackson-12.002; 18. Tyler Courtney, 23c, Courtney-12.027; 19. Landon Simon, 41, SST-12.047; 20. Jon Stanbrough, 66, Tate/Wade-12.051; 21. Danny Holtsclaw, 3H, Holtsclaw-12.057; 22. Nick Drake, 55, Cline-12.123; 23. C.J. Leary, 30, Leary-12.161; 24. Chris Babcock, 35x, Babcock-12.180; 25. Josh Burton, 04, Burton-12.22; 26. Casey Shuman, 21k, Krockenberger-12.233; 27. Bub Cummins, 71, Cummins-12.408; 28. Kurt Gross, 1x, Gross-12.427; 29. Daylan Chambers, 4c, Chambers-12.809; 30. Shane Cottle, 2, Epperson-NT; 31. Kent Christian, 1c, Christian-NT; 32. Jon Sciscoe, 7s, Sciscoe-NT.
FIRST HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Holtsclaw, 2. Bacon, 3. Jackson, 4. East, 5. Schuerenberg, 6. Hupp, 7. Chambers, 8. Burton.
SECOND HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Ballou, 2. Jones, 3. Clauson, 4. Thomas, 5. Shuman, 6. Courtney, 7. Drake, 8. Cottle.
THIRD HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Short, 2. Stockon, 3. Simon, 4. Leary, 5. Hines, 6. Briscoe, 7. Cummings.
FOURTH HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Stanbrough, 2. Darland, 3. Windom, 4. Kinser, 5. Babcock, 6. Westfall, 7. Gross.
SEMI: (12 laps) 1. Schuerenberg, 2. Shuman, 3. Briscoe, 4. Hines, 5. Courtney, 6. Westfall, 7. Drake, 8. Hupp, 9. Cummings, 10. Cottle, 11. Chambers, 12. Babcock, 13. Burton, 14. Gross. NT
FEATURE: (30 laps) 1. Dave Darland, 2. Kevin Thomas, 3. Brady Short, 4. Chase Stockon, 5. Brady Bacon, 6. Robert Ballou, 7. Bryan Clauson, 8. Levi Jones, 9. Hunter Schuerenberg, 10. Matt Westfall, 11. C.J. Leary, 12. Tracy Hines, 13. Chris Windom, 14. Jon Stanbrough, 15. Jordan Kinser, 16. Casey Shuman, 17. Tyler Courtney, 18. Nick Drake, 19. Chase Briscoe, 20. Bobby East, 21. Dakota Jackson, 22. Landon Simon, 23. Danny Holtsclaw. NT
**East flipped on lap 14 of the feature.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-18 Thomas, Laps 19-30 Darland.
NEW AMSOIL NATIONAL SPRINT POINTS: 1-Stockon-466, 2-Darland-452, 3-Thomas-440, 4-Bacon-439, 5-Schuerenberg-422, 6-Clauson-417, 7-Ballou-406, 8-Hines-381, 9-Leary-275, 10-Courtney-254.
NEXT AMSOIL NATIONAL SPRINT RACE: May 22 – Terre Haute (IN) Action Track – 43rd “Tony Hulman Classic”
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CONTACT: Kraig Kinser Racing PR
BLOOMINGTON, Ind.—May 14, 2013— Five races in seven nights. If it was up to Kraig Kinser and just about most other drivers that’s how every week would be on the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series trail. For one week, the drivers will get their wish as the first East Coast Swing of the season will find the series hitting the track for five nights of racing at four different venues over the course of a one week period.
The East Coast Swing opens for Kinser aboard his Casey’s General Stores/Mesilla Valley Transportation Maxim on Wednesday, May 15 at Lincoln Speedway in Abbottstown, Pa. The series then heads to the legendary Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pa., for a two-night event on Friday, May 17 and Saturday, May 18. An overnight trip to New York will find the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series at Orange County Fair Speedway in Middletown on Sunday, May 19. A return to New Egypt Speedway in New Jersey for the first time since 2007 is set for Tuesday, May 21.
“Along with being most of the busiest stretches of the season, the next week will be one of the toughest as well in terms of the competition we’ll face night in and night out,” said Kinser. “The guys in Pennsylvania know Lincoln and Williams Grove so well and they take a lot of pride in defending their home turf. We have to really be on our game heading out there.”
Kinser made his debut at Lincoln Speedway last season, as the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series made their first visit to the three-eighths-mile near Hanover, Pa., since 1998. He finished 24th in the main event, against a very strong field as 45 drivers who attempted to earn a spot in the 30-lapper.
The native of Bloomington, Ind., earned a pair of top-10 finishes at Williams Grove Speedway last season, including the best finish of his career at the half-mile during the Summernationals in July, when he came home fourth. Kinser followed that up by finishing seventh on the first night of the National Open in the fall. The third-generation driver has made a total of 28 main event starts at Williams Grove in his career, including preliminary features, dating back to 2003.
“We had a couple of good runs at Williams Grove last season, so hopefully we can use a little bit of what we learned on those nights when we go back this week,” Kinser stated. “First and foremost, you have to time trial well and put yourself in a position in the heat race to either make the dash or at least transfer into the feature. The whole night is a pretty intense one when you go up to Williams Grove and you have to be spot-on each time you hit the track.”
Last season Kinser finished 15th at Orange County Fair Speedway after losing a tire while running second on the final lap. He opened the event by turning the eighth-fastest lap in time trials and followed that up by winning the second heat race to earn a spot in the dash, where he came home second to secure a front row starting sport for the 25-lap main event. Kinser has made three starts in his career at Orange County, with the first of those coming in 2004, when he recorded a seventh-place finish.
“Orange County is Orange County, there is really no place like it,” he noted. “You certainly see the speed of a sprint there and the surface is pretty unique as well with how hard the clay is. Track position is pretty important there, so hopefully we can qualify in the right spot and get in the dash and have a chance to start near the front of the field.”
Kinser will be making the first start of his career at New Egypt Speedway as well as his first start in the state of New Jersey. The seventh-sixteenths-mile will be hosting the series for the first time since 2007 and the fifth time overall. Kinser has raced at three tracks for the first time this year. In his career he has three wins with the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series when visiting a track for the first time.
“The series hasn’t been to New Egypt for a handful of years, so hopefully that is a bit of an advantage for me, since I’ve never been there at all,” Kinser shared. “Racing at bigger tracks each of the three races before at Williams Grove and Orange County, we should have a good baseline to start the night with and kind of know what direction we need to go.”
Kinser heads to the East Coast 12th in the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series championship standings. He has eight top-10 finishes on the year, of which three are top-five performances.
Kraig Kinser Racing would like to thank Casey’s General Stores, Mesilla Valley Transportation, Maxim, Aerodine Composites, Sander Engineering, Integra Shocks, All Star Performance, FK Rod Ends, Brown & Miller Racing Solutions, Bell, KSE Racing Products, ButlerBuilt, Schoenfeld Headers, Donovan Engineering, Fel-Pro, Brodix, Wilwood, Dyer’s, Barnes Systems, Ringer Gloves, Jakes Custom Golf Carts, and Ben Cook Racing Limited for their continued support.
Kraig Kinser By the Numbers:
Lincoln Speedway, Williams Grove Speedway, Orange County Fair Speedway & New Egypt Speedway
0.375- Miles around Lincoln Speedway
0.4375- Distance around New Egypt Speedway in miles
0.5- Miles around Williams Grove Speedway
0.675- Distance around Orange County Fair Speedway in miles
1- Race in New Jersey for the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series in 2013
2- Top-10 finishes at Williams Grove Speedway last season
4- Nights of racing in New York this season for the World of Outlaws
8- Top-10 finishes this season in feature events
9- Nights of racing in Pennsylvania this season for the series
12- Current position in the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series standings
14.9- Average finish in 28 career main event starts at Williams Grove Speedway
25- Miles from Lincoln Speedway in Abbottstown, Pa., where the World of Outlaws compete on May 15 to Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pa.
28- Career main event starts at Williams Grove, including preliminary features
126- Miles from Orange County Fair Speedway in Middletown, N.Y., where the World of Outlaws race on May 19 to New Egypt Speedway in New Jersey
208- Miles from Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pa., where the World of Outlaws compete on May 17–18 to Orange County Fair Speedway in Middletown, N.Y.
986- Miles from Knoxville Raceway in Iowa, where the World of Outlaws raced on May 11 to Lincoln Speedway in Abbottstown, Pa.
2003- Year of first start at Williams Grove Speedway
2004- First start at Orange County Fair Speedway
2012- Year of first start at Lincoln Speedway
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Bridgeport, NJ 08014
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Fri 5/17 - Fast and Furious Fridays – Three Twenty Lap Features on the inner dirt oval 600cc Micro-Sprints (20L), 270cc Micro-Sprints (20L), & 4-Cylinder Enduro Cars (20L)
5:00 p.m. - All gates open
7:15 p.m. - Racing starts
Sat 5/18 - Saturday Night Stars! – Bike and Scout Night with TSRS Sprint Cars – All bike riders and scouts in uniform receive free grandstand admission Big Block Modifieds (30L), Crate/Sportsman (20L), TSRS Sprint Cars (20L), + D.A.’s Auto Body and Repair Rookie Series
4:00 p.m. - Pit gates open
5:00 p.m. - Grandstand gates open
6:30 p.m. - Racing starts
RAIN STOPS RACING AT BRIDGEPORT SPEEDWAY DURING BIG BLOCK MODIFIED FEATURE
Bridgeport, NJ (May 12, 2013) – On Mother’s Night at Bridgeport Speedway, it took a third round of rain showers to finally stop the racing. With nine circuits completed, Ryan Watt was leading the Big Block Modified event. The remainder of this race will be concluded at a later date. The Crate/Sportsman main event was postponed and this race will be contested in the future as well. Prior to the third round of wet weather, Brian Ludwig won the Outlaw Stock Car feature with Ian Humphries picking up the victory in the D.A.’S Auto Body and Repair Rookie race.
At the start of the 30-lap Big Block Modified feature, Mike Franz grabbed the lead with Scott Irwin, Mike Iles and Matt Harrell in pursuit. By lap 2, Iles had just motored into the runner-up spot when he stopped in turn four with a flat tire. When action got back underway, Harrell blasted to the front of the pack. Ryan Watt, who started the event in twelfth, had just moved into second place when a slowing Stan Frankenfield, Jr. caused the yellow lights to illuminate the track with four circuits completed. On the restart, Watt charged to the front with Harrell and Richie Pratt, Jr. in his tracks. On lap 6, the caution flag was displayed as Frankenfield, Jr. began to slow down on the track. Following the waving of the green flag, the top three remained in order with Duane Howard driving into fourth. Dave Witte’s ride slowed in turn four and the yellow flag appeared with seven laps recorded. When action got back underway, Watt was still on top and was followed by Harrell, Pratt, Jr., and Howard. On lap 9, Rob Nixon’s spin stopped the highly entertaining racing action. Before the green flag could wave, a moderate rain shower began to pelt the track and the race was stopped. When the race resumes at a future date, Watt will be the leader with Harrell, Pratt, Jr., Howard, and Mike Barone completing the top five. The winners of the Big Block Modified heats were Scott Irwin, Mike Franz, and Dave Witte. Sammy Piazza was the victor in the consolation race.
In the 15-lap Outlaw Stock Car feature, Brian Ludwig paced the field for the entire distance to win his third career race at Bridgeport Speedway. Ed Tinsman and Tom Wills, Sr. had a good duel for second place with Tinsman coming out on top. With Wills, Sr. taking third, Jimmy Avery finished fourth and Spider Ensinger wound up in fifth. The Outlaw Stock Car heats were won by Brian Ludwig and Ed Tinsman.
In the D.A.’S Auto Body and Repair Rookie Series race, Ian Humphries visited victory lane for the fourth time this season. Kris Lilick, Jesse James Bonaduce, and Jeff Bubori followed Humphries across the finish line.
Due to the rain, the Crate/Sportman feature will be contested at a later date. Mike Cogdill and Steve Searock won the Crate/Sportsman qualifying events.
On Saturday, May 18, Bike and Scout Night takes place at Bridgeport Speedway. All bike riders receive free admission along with scouts in uniform. The TSRS Sprint Cars will be making their first appearance at Bridgeport Speedway this season. The Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman, and D.A.’s Auto Body and Repair Rookies are on the agenda as well. The Outlaw Stock Cars will not be competing on this night. Pit gates open at 4:00 p.m. with the grandstand turnstiles opening at 5:00 p.m. Action gets underway at 6:30 p.m. Spectators (16 and older) are admitted for $20 with students (10-15) being admitted for $10. Kids 9 and under are free.
Bridgeport Speedway provides a safe and secure family atmosphere, free parking, giveaways and fan participation games. Billed ‘The Fastest Dirt Track in the East’, Bridgeport Speedway is a banked 5/8th mile dirt oval, featuring a dirt 1/4 mile oval embedded in the center, and is located in Southern New Jersey — just minutes from Pennsylvania and Delaware at exit 14 off of I-295.
BRIDGEPORT SPEEDWAY RESULTS – SATURDAY, MAY 11, 2013
Big Block Modifieds
Heat 1 - 1.Scott Irwin 2. Richie Pratt, Jr. 3. Matt Harrell 4. Mike Barone 5. Ryan Watt 6. Sean Gunther
Heat 2 - 1. Mike Franz 2. Mike Iles 3. Eric Kormann 4. Rick Laubach 5. Jimmy Horton 6. Stan Frankenfield, Jr.
Heat 3 - 1. Dave Witte 2. Dominick Buffalino 3. Duane Howard 4. Neal Williams 5. Ron Roberts 6. David Hunt
Consolation - 1. Sammy Piazza 2. Rob Nixon 3. Rocco Infante 4. Lou Cicconi 5. PJ Oliver 6. Tom Maccherone Provisional - Tommy Beamer
BIG BLOCK MODIFIED FEATURE - 30 LAPS – RUNNING ORDER AFTER NINE LAPS COMPLETED – CONCLUSION DATE TBA
1. Ryan Watt 2. Matt Harrell 3. Richie Pratt, Jr. 4. Duane Howard 5. Mike Barone 6. Jimmy Horton 7. Neal Williams 8. Sammy Piazza 9. Mike Iles 10. David Hunt 11. Dom Buffalino 12. Rick Laubach 13. Rocco Infante 14. Tommy Beamer 15. Mike Franz 16. Rob Nixon 17. Ron Roberts 18. PJ Oliver 19. Scott Irwin 20. Lou Cicconi 21. Tom Maccherone 22. Dave Witte 23. Stan Frankenfield, Jr. 24. Eric Kormann 25. Sean Gunther
DNQ: Wade Hendrickson, Travis Hill, Ed Firth, Dave Shirk, Don Cogdill, III, Bob Sarkisian
Outlaw Stock Cars
Heat 1 - 1. Brian Ludwig 2. Tom Wills, Sr. 3. Ron Frees 4. Tom Boehlert 5. Jimmy Hughes 6. Jimmy Avery
Heat 2 - 1. Ed Tinsman 2. Tom Wills, Jr. 3. Terry Griffin 4. Spider Ensinger 5. Art Avery 6.Tom Princiotta
OUTLAW STOCK CARS FEATURE - 15 LAPS
1. BRIAN LUDWIG 2. Ed Tinsman 3. Tom Wills, Sr. 4. Jimmy Avery 5. Spider Ensinger 6. Tom Wills, Jr. 7. Tom Princiotta 8. Jimmy Hughes 9. Art Avery 10. Cheri LaClaire 11. Joe Meron 12. Terry Griffin 13. David Kramer 14. Tom Boehlert 15. Ron Frees
D.A.’S AUTO BODY AND REPAIR ROOKIE SERIES FEATURE - 8 LAPS
1. IAN HUMPHRIES 2. Kris Lillick 3. Jesse James Bonaduce 4. Jeff Bubori
Heat 1 - 1.Mike Cogdill 2. Ricky DiEva 3. Steve Davis 4. Marc Herman 5.Steve Young 6. Pat Hires 7. Jason Neidlinger 8. Scott Hulmes
Heat 2 - 1. Steve Searock 2. Matt Budd 3. Kyle Borror 4. CJ Jones 5. Dave Damiano 6. Brad Roberts 7. Kevin Belmont 8. Guy Germano
CRATE/SPORTSMAN FEATURE - 20 LAPS – POSTPONED – DATE TBA
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JJ GRASSO POCKETS $3,600 WITH JACK GUNN MEMORIAL VICTORY SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE SELINSGROVE SPEEDWAY
JJ Grasso of Middletown, DE scored an impressive win Saturday night at the Selinsgrove Speedway, winning the 8th Annual URC/358 Jack Gunn Memorial. The thirty lap feature win earned Grasso $3,600 in a thriller that saw Grasso chase down race leader Pat Cannon in the final five laps. A late race caution brought the field nose to tail for the final three laps. Grasso was closing on Cannon prior to the yellow, but when the green flag fell, Cannon developed motor problems, handing the lead over to Grasso. It was certainly no gift as Grasso was the fastest car on the track in the second half of the race. On the final lap, Grasso lost his brakes and on the cool down lap, developed a right rear flat tire on the Kenny Eldreth owned sprinter. For Grasso, it was his first career win at the Selinsgrove Speedway.
At the start of the 30 lap Jack Gunn Memorial, Jason Shultz led the twenty-six car starting field into turn one. Before exiting turn two, the red flag was displayed for a nine car crash. Chad Trout and Derek Locke sustained the most damage of the cars involved. On the restart, Shultz set the place and led the first lap with Cody Keller taking the top spot on lap two. Keller set the pace until a lap four caution for debris. On the restart, Keller was on top with Pat Cannon now in second. A caution was displayed on lap five, this time for Eric Tomecek.
The field restarted with Keller, Cannon and Mark Smith holding down the top three spots with URC’s JJ Grasso racing in fourth. On lap eight, Jason Shultz popped a tire on the homestretch and as the yellow was displayed, Matt Horst flipped out of the track, exiting over the fourth turn guardrail. Horst was not injured in the crash.
On the restart, Cody Keller remained the race leader with Cannon and Smith still in the chase. JJ Grasso and TJ Stutts made up the top five and were reeling in the leaders. At the halfway point of the race, Keller and Cannon were in a battle for the lead then one lap later, Pat Cannon powered into the top spot. At the same time, Grasso moved into third and was charging
With just five laps to go, Grasso moved past Keller and now had the task of chasing down Cannon. Grasso was definitely closing then on lap twenty-seven, the yellow was displayed for Dave Ely.
The restart was going to be a thriller with just three laps to go and Cannon and Grasso nose to tail. A sudden puff of smoke going into turn one and Cannon was off the pace and Grasso was now in command. Grasso mastered the final laps to take the victory with Cody Keller second, Mark Smith third, TJ Stutts fourth and Aaron Ott fifth. Making up the top ten were Josh Weller, Ryan Kissinger, Colby Womer, Randy West and Jason Shultz.
8TH ANNUAL JACK GUNN MEMORIAL 30 laps $3,500 to win. Finish: JJ Grasso, Cody Keller, Mark Smith, TJ Stutts, Aaron Ott, Josh Weller, Ryan Kissinger, Colby Womer, Randy West, Jason Shultz, Art Liedl, Davie Franek, Brian Carber, Pat Cannon, Dave Ely, Robbie Stillwaggon, Joey Biasi, Duane Mausteller, Matt Horst, Eric Tomecek, Andy Best, Chad Trout, Larry Kelleher, Bryn Gohn, Derke Locke, Kevin Darling
DNQ—Kramer Williamson, Billy Pauch Jr., Scott Lutz, JR Berry, Jonathan Swanson, Dan Mazy, Troy Betts, Tim Kelly, Tim Berkheimer, Scott Wilson, Jimmy Stitzel, Ryan Wilson, Steve Downs, David Swanson
Fast Time JJ Grasso 17,329 110.021mph, 40 cars took times, 26 URC sprints, 14 358 sprints.
Heat 1- - Brian Carber, Dave Ely, JJ Grasso, TJ Stutts
Heat 2- -Randy West, Chad Trout, Andy Best, Aaron Ott
Heat 3- - Mark Smith, Pat Cannon, Josh Weller, Bryn Gohn
Heat 4- -Coby Womer, Larry Lelleher, Cody Keller, Joey Biasi
Heat 5- -Eric Tomecek, Davie Franek, Jason Shultz, Robbie Stillwaggon
B Main- -Derek Locke, Art Liedl
B Main- -Matt Horst, Duane Mausteller
Next Event: May 18 Delaware International Speedway, Delmar, DE 7 PM
AMSOIL USAC NATIONAL SPRINT CAR RACE RESULTS: May 11, 2013 – Haubstadt, Indiana – Tri-State Speedway – “Spring Showdown” – Co-Sanctioned by Midwest Sprint Car Series
QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Wes McIntyre, 83, McIntyre-13.182; 2. Dave Darland, 71P, Phillips-13.283; 3. Bryan Clauson, 20, Stewart/Curb-Agajanian-13.303; 4. Robert Ballou, 5, Baldwin-13.311; 5. Seth Parker, 38P, Parker-13.347; 6. C.J. Leary, 30, Leary-13.349; 7. Hunter Schuerenberg, 35, Byram-13.374; 8. Brady Short, 11P, Pottorff-13.417; 9. Brady Bacon, 69, Dynamics-13.445; 10. Kevin Thomas, Jr., 17RW, Dutcher/RW/Tri-Star-13.450; 11. Justin Grant, 21x, Pollock-13.458; 12. Chase Stockon, 32, 32/TBI-13.481; 13. Kyle Cummins, 3c, Cummins-13.490; 14. Levi Jones, 12, Rogers-13.558; 15. Casey Shuman, 21K, Krockenberger-13.582; 16. Jon Stanbrough, 56, Fox-13.623; 17. Dakota Jackson, 3, Jackson-13.630; 18. Shane Cottle, 2, Epperson-13.654; 19. Daron Clayton, 92, Clayton-13.654; 20. Bradley Sterrett, 90, Leer-13.691; 21. Danny Holtsclaw, 3H, Holtsclaw-13.710; 22. Landon Simon, 41, Stensland-13.781; 23. Josh Burton, 04, Burton-13.827; 24. Nick Drake, 55, Cline-13.854; 25. Tracy Hines, 4, Hines-13.857; 26. Tyler Courtney, 23c, Courtney/Anderson-13.991; 27. Chris Babcock, 35x, Babcock-14.221; 28. Parker Price-Miller, 9P, Ronk-14.282; 29. Chase Briscoe, 5B, Briscoe-14.398; 30. Kurt Gross, 1x, Gross-14.416; 31. Patrick Budde, 90x, Budde-14.573; 32. Kevin Chambers, 18, DC-14.637; 33. Jake Simmons, 3x, Simmons-14.963; 34. Chet Williams, 38, Williams-15.165.
FIRST HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Jackson, 2. Cummins, 3. Bacon, 4. Holtsclaw, 5. Hines, 6. Parker, 7. McIntyre, 8. Briscoe, 9. Simmons. 2:15.78
SECOND HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Thomas, 2. Darland, 3. Simon, 4. Jones, 5. Cottle, 6. Courtney, 7. Gross, 8. Leary, 9. Williams. NT
THIRD HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Clayton, 2. Clauson, 3. Burton, 4. Shuman, 5. Babcock, 6. Budde, 7. Schuerenberg, 8. Grant. NT
FOURTH HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Ballou, 2. Stockon, 3. Drake, 4. Short, 5. Stanbrough, 6. Sterrett, 7. Price-Miller, 8. Chambers. 2:20.51
SEMI: (12 laps) 1. Parker, 2. Leary, 3. McIntyre, 4. Schuerenberg, 5. Stanbrough, 6. Hines, 7. Grant, 8. Cottle, 9. Sterrett, 10. Courtney, 11. Briscoe, 12. Price-Miller, 13. Babcock, 14. Gross, 15. Chambers, 16. Budde, 17. Williams, 18. Simmons. 2:53.78
FEATURE: (30 laps) 1. Kevin Thomas, Jr., 2. Robert Ballou, 3. Chase Stockon, 4. Brady Short, 5. Dave Darland, 6. Levi Jones, 7. Wes McIntyre, 8. Landon Simon, 9. Hunter Schuerenberg, 10. Brady Bacon, 11. Casey Shuman, 12. Kyle Cummins, 13. Tracy Hines, 14. Nick Drake, 15. Chase Briscoe, 16. Danny Holtsclaw, 17. Shane Cottle, 18. Dakota Jackson, 19. Josh Burton, 20. Daron Clayton, 21. Seth Parker, 22. C.J. Leary, 23. Tyler Courtney, 24. Bryan Clauson, 25. Jon Stanbrough. NT
**Leary flipped on lap 15 of the feature.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-19 Thomas, Laps 20-24 Ballou, Laps 25-30 Thomas.
NEW AMSOIL NATIONAL SPRINT POINTS: 1-Stockon-404; 2-Darland-382; 3-Schuerenberg-380; 4-Bacon-378; 5-Thomas-375; 6-Clauson-364; 7-Ballou-353; 8-Hines-351; 9-Cottle-245; 10-Leary-239.
NEXT AMSOIL NATIONAL SPRINT RACE: May 17 – Bloomington, IN – Bloomington Speedway – “Larry Rice Classic”