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RISLONE URC SPRINT SERIES
BRIAN CARBER LEADS URC TO BEDFORD & POTOMAC THIS WEEKEND
At just nineteen years of age, first year URC driver Brian Carber of Pipersville, PA continues to lead the Rislone URC Sprint Series point chase.
Carber moved into 360 sprint car racing this season after enjoying much success in the 305 sprints. In 2012, Carber won four 305 sprint feature events and along the way, collected thirteen top five finishes and sixteen top ten finishes with his 305 sprinter. During the season he also competed in some 600 micro sprint events where he won two features and gathered twenty-three top five finishes.
URC, our nation’s oldest traveling sprint car organization, now it its’ sixty-sixth year has established a solid reputation for having some of the best sprint car drivers in the country compete on their circuit. Although just four races into a long season, Carber has even the veterans scratching their head. Making the move from a 305 sprinter to the 360 sprints, in most cases, takes some time to adjust, but for Carber, he’s competing on equal ground with some of the best of URC. Carber, driving the Carber Motorsports/Greth Racing #8c has not won a URC feature in his first four starts, but he has certainly been in contention and over the course of the four races, has gathered more points then any other driver on the URC roster to date. It’s a long, long season, but Brian Carber has certainly established himself as a contender in the early going.
Robbie Stillwaggon of Burlington, NJ is URC’s only two time winner in 2013. Art Liedl and JJ Grasso were also feature winners this season. Stillwaggon, in both his feature wins was spectacular, coming from deep in the pack to take the lead in the closing laps. Saturday night at the Grandview Speedway, Stillwaggon started ninth and caught race leader Troy Betts on the final lap to make the pass and take the victory. For Stillwaggon, driving the Fred Kennedy owned #89, it was his fifth career URC win. Stillwaggon, URC’s defending Rislone Sprint Series Champion has an eye on a second title and has risen quickly to be URC’s newest “top dog”.
Mertztown, PA driver Josh Weller is also in the URC chase. Driving for Chris Weiss in 2013, Weller is positioned third in the point chase, trailing runner-up Robbie Stillwaggon by just one point. Rounding out the top five in points is Davie “No Panic” Franek and JJ Grasso.
The coming weekend could very well mix-up the point chase with a two race weekend planned. On Friday night, June 21, URC will invade the Bedford Speedway for a full program to include the $2,000 to win 25 lap feature event. On Saturday night, June 22, URC will be in action at the Winchester, VA Speedway, with a 25 lap feature offering $2,000 to the winner.
For more information, please visit our website at www.urcsprints.com
Or, visit the track websites listed below.
Bedford Speedway 702 Pitt Street Bedford, PA 15522 814 623 0500 www.bedfordspeedway.com
½ mile Semi-banked high speed clay oval
Winchester Speedway 1000 Airport Road Winchester, VA 22602 www.winchestervaspeedway.com
3/8th mile Clay Oval– - “The Action Track”
2013 RISLONE URC SPRINT POINT STANDINGS
1 471 Brian Carber
2 457 Robbie Stillwaggon
3 456 Josh Weller
4 453 Davie Franek
5 402 JJ Grasso
6 400 Randy West
7 365 Troy Betts
8 365 Art Liedl
9 364 Kevin Darling
10 359 Kramer Williamson
Newberrytown, Pennsylvania…….Shane Cottle of Kokomo, Indiana finished off the 2013 Rotondo Weirich “Eastern Storm” with a win for the hometown crowd as he put Pennsylvania car owner Gene Franckowiak and his tribute “City of Syracuse Special” in victory lane on Sunday night at Susquehanna Speedway Park. It was Cottle’s third career National Sprint Car win, and first in the state of Pennsylvania.
Cottle started from the front row and set the pace early as he and front-row mate Tracy Hines stretched it out over the rest of the field. The red came out on lap seven as Joey Biasi was caught up in a turn-three spin. That restart set up the longest green-flag section of the race, with early-race mover Dave Darland fading from a podium spot. Kevin Thomas, Jr. moved into the show position with a couple big slide-jobs, and he brought Bryan Clauson and Robert Ballou along past the halfway point.
With just 11 laps to go, Hines got a big run on Cottle and followed him into turn-three. Finding a strip of rubber through the middle, Hines flew by just as they exited turn-four, but the red flag was flying as Tim Glatfelter flipped in turn-one. Cottle retained the lead for the restart, giving him another chance to hold the lead.
On the restart, Thomas dove to the bottom of turn-one and bounced up in front of Hines, who was unable to turn back underneath him. Now with less than ten laps to go, Thomas reeled Cottle in and threw a succession of dive-bombs, with Cottle countering every one with a cross-over off the corner.
With the white flag waving, Thomas got a good run down the backstretch and tried one more monster slide-job but Cottle drove back underneath and nearly brought Hines with him. At the line, it was a .114-second win for Cottle in the Viper Risk Management – Specialty Rigging #65 Spike/Rider.
“This was kind of a throw-together deal, but Gene Franckowiak put together a good car for us. It took us a couple nights to figure it out, but we threw some things at it tonight, and it worked. It was hard to find where to be, and then I was sick as I saw Tracy go by. Luckily the red came out, and I got another chance. I figured that was where the rubber was, so I moved down a bit there. I knew he (Kevin Thomas, Jr.) was gonna blow through the rubber, so I just had to focus on hitting it and staying smooth with our tires going away there,” Cottle said.
Thomas held off Hines by .26 seconds to finish second in the Mike Dutcher/Rotondo Weirich/Tri-Star Motorsports – Black Jack Oil Company #17RW Maxim/Fisher.
“The restart gave us a chance at the top two. There was just a fine line, and it was hard to hit it on a slider. It was a pretty good race for us, and I’m happy to get back on the podium after kinda having a rough week out East here. I threw everything I had at him for the win. I drove it off in there the last lap pretty hard and it didn’t stick, but that’s a well-deserved win for those guys and I’m happy with our run,” Thomas said.
Hines just missed his opportunity at the win with an untimely red flag, but still held on for third in the Hansen’s Welding – Motor City Auto Transport #4 DRC/Stanton Mopar.
“I knew I showed everybody when I passed him for the lead where the track was. Kevin got us there with his slider on the restart, and I could get back to them, but there wasn’t much room to do anything. You really only get one shot at it on a track like that, but the red flag just got us there. The last two nights went pretty well for us, so I’m pretty excited to go back home and race again,” Hines said.
Clauson came home fourth in the Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing – Chevy Performance #20 Beast/Kistler, locking up his second-straight Rotondo Weirich “Eastern Storm” championship by just one point over Darland.
“We were one of the first to find the clean groove tonight, and picked our way from eighth. The late red didn’t help us, but our car was good tonight. We had our work cut out for us tonight to win the week, but we ran our butts off and are really happy to pick up another Eastern Storm championship. It’s a lot like a basketball game, where if you win all four quarters you can’t lose, so it’s good to be as strong as we were out here and kinda get going well again,” Clauson said.
Ballou rounded out the top-five in the Baldwin Brothers Racing – Fox Paving #5 Maxim/Kercher Mopar.
AMSOIL USAC SPRINT CAR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP RACE RESULTS: June 9, 2013 – Newberrytown, Pennsylvania – Susquehanna Speedway Park – “Eastern Storm”
QUALIFYING: 1. Dave Darland, 71P, Phillips-17.187; 2. Kevin Thomas, Jr., 17RW, Dutcher/RW/TriStar-17.252; 3. Brady Bacon, 69, Dynamics-17.429; 4. Levi Jones, 39, Walker-17.451; 5. Tracy Hines, 4, Hines-17.525; 6. Shane Cottle, 65, Franckowiak-17.662; 7. Robert Ballou, 5, Baldwin-17.774; 8. Bryan Clauson, 20, Stewart/Curb-Agajanian-17.827; 9. Daron Clayton, 92, Clayton-17.841; 10. Chris Windom, 11, Walker-17.990; 11. Brent Marks, 19M, Marks-18.066; 12. Dalten Gabbard, 77, Gabbard-18.070; 13. Chase Stockon, 32, 32/TBI-18.156; 14. Nick Drake, 55, Cline-18.162; 15. Joey Biasi, B1, Biasi-18.192; 16. Landon Simon, 41, Stensland-18.259; 17. Hunter Schuerenberg, 35, Byram-18.315; 18. Tyler Courtney, 23c, Courtney/Anderson-18.360; 19. Mark Bitner, 15, Bitner-18.380; 20. Tim Glatfelter, 50, Strausbaugh-18.386; 21. Kyle Moody, 99M, Moody-18.499; 22. Mark Smith, 1M, Smith-18.793; 23. Billy Pauch, Jr., 175, Pietrofitta-18.836; 24. Ryan Smith, 69K, Kreitz-18.862; 25. Rick Horn, 01, Horn-19.367; 26. Denny Gross, 2, Gross-19.763; 27. Michael Hamer, 47, Hamer-19.778; 28. Tim Stallings, 59T, Stallings-19.879; 29. Dan Mazy, X, Mazy-20.374.
FIRST HEAT: (8 laps) 1. Clayton, 2. Darland, 3. Hines, 4. Courtney, 5. Stockon, 6. M. Smith, 7. Gross. NT
SECOND HEAT: (8 laps) 1. Thomas, 2. Cottle, 3. Bitner, 4. Windom, 5. Drake, 6. Pauch, 7. Hamer. 2:30.03
THIRD HEAT: (8 laps) 1. Marks, 2. Bacon, 3. Ballou, 4. Glatfelter, 5. Biasi, 6. Stallings, 7. R. Smith. NT
FOURTH HEAT: (8 laps) 1. Schuerenberg, 2. Clauson, 3. Jones, 4. Gabbard, 5. Moody, 6. Horn, 7. Mazy.
SEMI: (12 laps) 1. Biasi, 2. Moody, 3. M. Smith, 4. Pauch, 5. Hamer, 6. Mazy, 7. Gross, 8. Stallings, 9. Horn, 10. Stockon, 11. Drake. NT
FEATURE: (30 laps) 1. Shane Cottle, 2. Kevin Thomas, Jr., 3. Tracy Hines, 4. Bryan Clauson, 5. Robert Ballou, 6. Dave Darland, 7. Levi Jones, 8. Brent Marks, 9. Daron Clayton, 10. Brady Bacon, 11. Chris Windom, 12. Hunter Schuerenberg, 13. Dalten Gabbard, 14. Mark Bitner, 15. Billy Pauch, Jr., 16. Chase Stockon, 17. Tyler Courtney, 18. Kyle Moody, 19. Dan Mazy, 20. Tim Glatfelter, 21. Michael Hamer, 22. Joey Biasi, 23. Mark Smith. NT
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-30 Cottle.
**Simon flipped in Qualifying. Biasi flipped on Lap 7 of the Feature. Glatfelter flipped on Lap 20 of the Feature.
NEW AMSOIL NATIONAL SPRINT POINTS: 1-Darland-633; 2-Stockon-600; 3-Clauson-599; 4-Thomas-584; 5-Bacon-582; 6-Schuerenberg-560; 7-Hines-537; 8-Ballou-518; 9-Cottle-404; 10-Windom-366.
FINAL ROTONDO WEIRICH “EASTERN STORM” SPRINT POINTS: 1-Clauson-182; 2-Darland-181; 3-Clayton-180; 4-Hines-164; 5-Jones-163; 6-Cottle-158; 7-Thomas-146; 8-Bacon-143; 9-Schuerenberg-138; 10-Windom-120.
NEXT AMSOIL NATIONAL SPRINT RACE: June 21 – Terre Haute, Indiana – Terre Haute Action Track – “Tony Hulman Classic”
83 Floodgate Road
Bridgeport, NJ 08014
24 hr. info: 856-467-4408
Wed 6/12 - Night of Wings 2013 with special appearance by Dave Blaney (Raindate is 6/13)
410 Sprint Cars (25L and $7,000 to win) & TSRS Sprint Cars (20L)
4:00 p.m. - Pit gates open
5:00 p.m. - Grandstand gates open
7:30 p.m. - Racing starts
Fri 6/14 - Fast and Furious Fridays - $500 to win 600cc Micro-Sprint feature courtesy of S&D Racing, Black Flagged Racing’s 270cc Micro-Sprint Bonus Night & 8-Cylinder Enduro on 1/4 Mile
600cc Micro-Sprints (20L), 270cc Micro-Sprints (20L), 4-Cylinder Enduro Cars (20L), & 8-Cylinder Enduro (50L)
5:00 p.m. - Gates open
7:15 p.m. - Racing starts
Sat 6/15 - Saturday Night Stars - Twin 20’s for Big Block Modifieds and Crate/Sportsman (Regular and make-up feature from 5/11)
Big Block Modifieds (2-20L), Crate/Sportsman (20L & 20L feature from 5/11), Outlaw Stock Cars (15L) & 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
WATT WINS HIS SECOND BIG BLOCK MODIFIED FEATURE OF THE YEAR AT BRIDGEPORT SPEEDWAY
Bridgeport, NJ (June 9, 2013) – On Nostalgia Night at Bridgeport Speedway, Ryan Watt won his second Big Block Modified feature of the year. Bob Lilick took the checkered flag in the Crate/Sportsman race while his brother, Kris, won the D.A.’S Auto Body and Repair Rookie race. Ron Frees was the victor in the Outlaw Stock Car feature.
At the start of the 30-lap Big Block Modified feature, Sam Martz grabbed the lead and was trailed by Scott Irwin, Bob Sarkisian, Ryan Watt, and Eric Kormann. After a first lap caution and restart, Martz remained on top. Watt, who started the event in ninth, migrated into third place on lap 4. With five tours recorded in the books, Martz had a half-straightaway advantage over Irwin, Watt, Kormann, and Sarkisian. One revolution later, Martz’s comfortable margin disappeared as Dave Witte’s spin in the fourth corner brought out the yellow flag. Martz maintained his lead when racing resumed with Watt slipping by Irwin for the runner-up position. Watt was closing in on Martz when the yellow lights reappeared for Mike Iles on lap 8. As action got back underway, Watt blasted by Martz for the lead and Kormann followed him to gain second place. The top three of Watt, Kormann, and Martz remained intact until the yellow lights flickered on during the twelfth circuit for Richie Pratt, Jr. and David Hunt. On the restart, Watt and Kormann waged a side-by-side tussle for the lead with Watt keeping the top running spot. Following a caution period on lap 13 for Scott Irwin, Watt repelled another attempt by Kormann for the lead. At the halfway point, Jimmy Horton drove into third place. Watt was beginning to pull away when the final yellow flag of the event came out on lap 17 for the slowing cars of Dom Buffalino and Martz. As the green flag waved for the last time, Watt continued to set the pace with Horton edging by Kormann for second and Rick Laubach climbing into fourth. With seven laps to go, Watt and Horton were in close quarters. As the final laps clicked off, Watt began to pull away from Horton and eventually, he comfortably crossed the finished line in front for his second win of the year. Horton wound up in second with Kormann coming home in third. Laubach was fourth and Pratt, Jr. completed the race in fifth place. Dave Witte, Bob Sarkisian, and Ryan Watt were the winners in the Big Block Modified heat races.
After taking the lead on the third tour, Bob Lilick paced the field for the remaining distance to win the 20-lap main event for the Crate/Sportsman. Prior to the win, Lilick’s last appearance in victory lane at Bridgeport Speedway was 2006. Kevin Belmont, who led the first two circuits, finished in the runner-up position. Marc Herman, Steve Searock, and Mike Cogdill rounded out the top five. The Crate Sportsman qualifying events were taken by Matt Budd, Steve Searock, and Marc Herman.
Kris Lilick captured the 8-lap D.A.’S Auto Body and Repair Rookie Series feature for the third time this season. Ian Humphreys, Tyler Hulmes, Jeff Bubori,and Jesse Bonaduce followed Lilick across the finish line.
In the 15-lap Outlaw Stock Car feature, Ron Frees held off a late charge from Jimmy Avery to record his fourth victory of the season. Frees inherited the lead from Brian Ludwig on the eleventh tour after mechanical issues caused Ludwig to retire from the race. With Avery taking second, Tom Wills, Sr. finished in third. Fourth went to Tom Wills, Jr. and TJ Henry took fifth. Jimmy Avery and Tom Wills, Sr. were the victors in the Outlaw Stock Car heat races.
The Night of Wings 2013 show takes place on Wednesday, June 12 featuring the 410 Sprint Cars in a 25-lap main event paying $7000 to the top finisher. The TSRS Sprint Cars round out the two-division special mid-week program. The gates to the pits open at 4:00 p.m. with the grandstand turnstiles unlocking at 5:00 p.m. Hot laps will get underway at 7:00 p.m. with action starting at 7:30 p.m. Night of Wings 2013 tickets for fans 16 and older will be $25 in advance or $30 on the day of the show. Admission for students (10-15) will be $15 and children 9 and under are free. Pit admission is $35. A raindate of Thursday, June 13 has been established for this event.
On Saturday, June 15, twin 20-lap features for the Big Block Modifieds are on tap. In addition, the Crate/Sportsman will have two features as they will compete in a regularly scheduled main event along with the postponed feature from Saturday, May 11. The Outlaw Stock Cars and the D.A.’S Auto Body and Repair Rookies will be in competition as well. The pit area opens at 4:00 p.m. with the grandstand gates unlocking at 5:00 p.m. Racing begins at 6:30 p.m. Adult (16 and older) admission will be $20 with students (10-15) being admitted for $10. Kids 9 and under are free. Pit admission is $30 for Bridgeport members and $35 for non-members.
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, JUNE 8, 2013
Big Block Modifieds
Heat 1 - 1. Dave Witte 2. Mike Iles 3. Jimmy Horton 4. Mike Barone 5. Jack Swain 6. Sam Martz
Heat 2 - 1. Bob Sarkisian 2. Rick Laubach 3. Tommy Beamer 4. Matt Harrell 5. Travis Hill 6. Dom Buffalino
Heat 3 - 1. Ryan Watt 2. Richie Pratt, Jr. 3. Eric Kormann 4. Scott Irwin 5. Mike Franz 6. Don Cogdill, III
BIG BLOCK MODIFIED FEATURE - 30 LAPS
1. RYAN WATT 2. Jimmy Horton 3. Eric Kormann 4. Rick Laubach 5. Richie Pratt, Jr. 6. Matt Harrell 7. Mike Barone 8. Scott Irwin 9. Dave Witte 10. Sam Martz 11. David Hunt 12. Jesse Hill 13. Mike Iles 14. Dom Buffalino 15. Travis Hill 16. Dale Hartz 17. Mike Franz 18. Bob Sarkisian 19. Ron Roberts 20. Ed Firth 21. Tommy Beamer 22. Jack Swain
DNS: Jason Kosch, Don Cogdill, III
Heat 1 - 1. Matt Budd 2. Dave Damiano 3. Brett Ballard 4. Scott Hulmes 5. Billy Briggs 6. Ian Humphreys
Heat 2 - 1. Steve Searock 2. Bob Lilick 3. Mike Cogdill 4. Kyle Hieber 5. Kevin Belmont 6. Jesse Dill
Heat 3 - 1. Marc Herman 2. CJ Jones 3. Brad Roberts 4. Ricky DiEva 5. Joe Dill 6. Jason Duppel
CRATE/SPORTSMAN FEATURE - 20 LAPS
1. BOB LILICK 2. Kevin Belmont 3. Marc Herman 4. Steve Searock 5. Mike Cogdill 6. Brett Ballard 7. Brad Roberts 8. Matt Budd 9. CJ Jones 10. Ricky DiEva 11. Ian Humphreys 12. Billy Briggs 13. Kyle Hieber 14. Joe Dill 15. Dave Damiano 16.Jesse Dill 17. Gary Hieber, Jr. 18. Scott Hulmes 19. Don Barone 20. Tyler Hulmes 21. Jason Duppel 22. Pete Serra
DNS: Jesse Bonaduce, Ryan Wozunk, Jeff Bubori
D.A.’S AUTO BODY AND REPAIR ROOKIE SERIES FEATURE - 8 LAPS
1. KRIS LILICK 2. Ian Humphreys 3. Tyler Hulmes 4. Jeff Bubori 5. Jesse Bonaduce
Outlaw Stock Cars
Heat 1 - 1. Jimmy Avery 2. Tom Wills, Jr. 3. Brian Ludwig 4. Tom Boehlert 5. Anthony DiBenedetto 6. David Kramer
Heat 2 - 1.Tom Wills, Sr. 2. Ron Frees 3. Terry Griffin 4. TJ Henry 5. Art Avery 6. Cleve Riehl
OUTLAW STOCK CARS FEATURE - 15 LAPS
1. RON FREES 2. Jimmy Avery 3. Tom Wills, Sr. 4. Tom Wills, Jr. 5. TJ Henry 6. Tom Boehlert 7. Terry Griffin 8. Anthony DiBenedetto 9. Art Avery 10. Cleve Riehl 11. Brian Ludwig 12. Jeremy Doerr 13. David Kramer
NEWS FROM NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY
Route 539, New Egypt, NJ
Track Phone: 609-758-1900
Contact: Pete Wortman, PR Director
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE…
Gary Butler Charges to Second New Egypt Win
New Egypt, NJ (June 8, 2013) – Gary Butler of Phillipsburg, NJ won his second feature of 2013 on Saturday evening as he took top honors in the 30-lap 358 Modified main event. Butler took advantage of a restart on lap 19, charging from 4th to the lead and then went on to beat Billy Pauch by five car lengths at the finish.
Chris Grbac grabbed the lead at the start as Willie Osmun quickly moved to second and shadowed every move that Grbac made. Grbac was not rattled however, as he ran flawlessly our in front thru the opening laps. Butler, who started 10th, quickly moved up to challenge for the fifth spot only to watch 5-time Modified champion Billy Pauch fly by as he advanced to the front. Pauch seemed to be on a mission as he moved into third behind Osmun on lap 12 and began to close in on the two leaders. The yellow slowed the torrid pace with 19 laps in the books setting up a double file restart under the new 2013 fan friendly rule of not going single file until 5 laps remaining. At this point Gary Butler seemed to have leveled out in 6th position and is early race burst was now a memory for most fans. The first attempt to restart found Butler charging around everyone only to have Neal Williams stop on the frontstretch. The second attempt never got past turn two as John McClelland and John Stangle, who were running 4th and fifth tangled. This moved Butler up to fourth, and on the next try he drove around the top three racing side-by-side with Osmun for the lead. Butler then grabbed the lead and pulled away as Pauch battled with Osmun for second. Pauch completed the move in second with five laps remaining but Butler had too much on this night as he took the victory. Pauch settled for second with Osmun crossing the line third. Jimmy Blewett came from deep in the pack to finish fourth and Bob Drayton posted his best finish of the year so far in fifth.
Bob Lineman Jr. of Doylestown, PA also scored his first win since opening night in the 20 lap Sportsman feature event, but in much more dramatic fashion. Lineman got under Ebby Ridge on the final lap and with sparks flying was able to hold on for the win by a mere five feet! Ridge settled for second with Clay Butler, Kevin Vaclavicek, who came back from and early race tangle, and Mike Lyons rounding out the top five. Vaclavicek had an eventful evening as he captured his fourth career win early in the night winning the 20 lap make-up feature from May 18th. John Cornell and Mike Howardson were a very close second and third, followed by Lyons and Lineman.
The TSRS 305 Sprints were on hand with 35 cars in the pit area and Mario Page took a spectacular win in the 20 lapper. Page lead the entire event over Chuck Palmucci, and Palmucci mounted a late race charge over the final 6 laps. Palmucci pulled alongside of Page to lead lap 19 by a wheel and then went in front in turn one. But Page drove back under him with an incredible power move in turn three and four, incredibly getting the car to stick as they exited the final turn. Palmucci was not done however as he pulled back even with him in the final drag race down the front straightaway with the two cars touching about 10 yards from the finish line and Palmucci spinning wildly across the finish line backwards just 1/100 of a second behind Page!! Palmucci fortunately spun thru an opening between victory lane and the first turn guard rail in a cloud of dust unscathed in what certainly will be remembered as one of the most memorable finishes ever at NES.
Bill Liedtka captured his second win of the season in the Street Stock 20 lap feature and has taken the lead in the points as well. Jarrod Burdge was second followed by Dan Collamer, Gary Klimeczak and Billy Wroble.
Next Saturday, June 15, New Egypt Speedway will give the FASTRAK Crate Sportsman and TSRS 305 Sprints a chance to headline as the 358 Mods will be off for Father’s Day to prepare for the big Tuesday 6/18 DIRTcar tour event. The Street Stocks and FASTRAK Late Models will compete as well with the Street Stocks making up their rained-out feature from May 18th. It will also be Country Western night, with prizes being awarded to the best Cowboy and Cowgirl! In addition to all of this, the Dad’s of the drivers will race in special races at the end of the evening in their son’s cars! Gates open at 4:00 p.m. with the first race starting at 6:00 pm. For more information call the speedway office at (609) 758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net, “Like” us on Facebook /newegyptspeedwayofficial, or follow us on Twitter @nesspeedway.
NES RESULTS 6/08/13
358 MODIFIED RESULTS
1st Heat(10 laps): 1. John Stangle 2. John Pakenham 3. Bob Drayton 4.
Jimmy Blewett 5. Rick Holsten 6. Chris Grbac
2nd Heat(10 laps): 1. Billy Pauch 2. Willie Osmun 3. Sammy Piazza 4.
Ron John Koczon 5. David Van Horn 6. Rocco Infante
Feature (30 Laps): 1. Gary Butler 2. Billy Pauch 3. Willie Osmun 4.
Jimmy Blewett 5. Bob Drayton 6. Sammy Piazza 7. David Van Horn 8. Ryan
Godown 9. Rocco Infante 10. Neal Williams 11. Johnny Guarino 12. Chris
Grbac 13. Rick Holsten 14. Ron John Koczon 15. Tommy Farrell 16. Tim
Apgar 17. DJ Ruppert 18. John Pakenham 19. Tad Cox 20. John McClelland
21. John Stangle 22. PJ Oliver 23. Doug Ostwald
Make-up Feature (From 5/18/13)(20 laps): 1. Kevin Vaclavicek 2. John
Cornell III 3. Mike Howardson 4. Mike Lyons 5. Bob Lineman Jr. 6.
Brian Roemer 7. Rich Rutski 8. Clay Butler 9. Mike Hendershot 10. Chad
Barney 11. Steve Davis 12. Alan Bleacher 13. Jason Dunn 14. Marty
Saxton 15. Wayne Bechtel 16. JR Fulper 17. Jim Housworth 18. John
Scarpati 19. Ebby Ridge 20. J.T Trstensky 21. Mike Butler
1st Heat(8 laps): 1. Steve Davis 2. Mike Howardson 3. Alan Bleacher 4.
Mike Hendershot 5. Ebby Ridge 6. Mick Search
2nd Heat(8 laps): 1. Kevin Vaclavicek 2. JR Fulper 3. Jason Dunn 4.
Marty Saxton 5. John Scarpati 6. Mike Butler
3rd Heat(8 laps): 1. Jim Housworth 2. Clay Butler 3. Rich Rutski 4.
John Cornell III 5. Mike Lyons 6. Bob Lineman Jr.
Feature (20 Laps): 1. Bob Lineman Jr. 2. Ebby Ridge 3. Clay Butler 4.
Kevin vaclavicek 5. Mike Lyons 6. Rich Rutski 7. Mike Butler 8. Mike
Howardson 9. Jason Dunn 10. Mick Search 11. John Scarpati 12. Jim
Housworth 13. JR Fulper 14. Steve Davis 15. Mike Hendershot 16. Marty
Saxton 17. Alan Bleacher 18. John Cornell III 19. Brian Roemer 20.
Wayne Bechtel DNS: JT Trestensky,
TSRS 305 SPRINT CAR RESULTS
1st Heat(8 laps): 1. Chuck Palmucci 2. Karl Freyer 3. Anthony Sesley
4. Harris Kohen 5. Erica Palmai 6. Cody Jordan
2nd Heat(8 laps): 1. Tim Tanner 2. Adam Carberry 3. Phil Meisner Jr.
4. Steve Wilson 5. David Martin 6. Justin Hoffman
3rd Heat(8 laps): 1. Bobby DeVault 2. Jimmy Carpenter 3. Mario Page
4. Stephanie Palmai 5. Jon Haegele 6. Chris Allen Jr.
4th Heat(8 laps):1. David Brown Jr. 2. Mike Haggenbottom 3. Rick Stief
4. Rory Janney 5. Keith McIntyre 6. Kyle Purks
B Main (10 laps): 1. Chris Allen Jr. 2. Joe Lord 3. Justin Hoffman 4.
Feature (20 Laps): 1. Mario Page 2. Chuck Palmucci 3. Mike
Haggenbottom 4. Rick Stief 5. Adam Carberry 6. David Brown Jr. 7. Phil
Meisner Jr. 8. Tim Tanner 9. Stephanie Palmai 10. Joe Lord 11. Karl
Freyer 12. David Martin 13. Bobby DeVault 14. Jimmy Carpenter 15.
Keith McIntyre 16. Steve Wilson 17. Justin Hoffman 18. Anthony Sesely
19. Jon Haegele 20. Harris Kohen 21. Chris Allen Jr. 22. Erica Palmai
23. Rory Janney 24. Kyle Purks
DNQ: Gabe Fox, Cody Jourdan, John Snook, Kyle Smith, Pat Uselis, Dave
Garber, Bryant Davis, Tommy Carberry, George Loux, Pat Freiberger,
STREET STOCK RESULTS
1st heat(8 laps): 1. Jason Seredy 2. Scott Dugan 3. Jason Prater 4.
Spider Ensinger Jr. 5. Art Fariello 6. Dennis Seeley
2nd heat(8 laps): 1. Jarrod Burdge 2. Tom Priciotta 3. Everett Taylor
4. Todd Woodruff 5. Joe Ried 6. Earl Willetts
3rd heat(8 laps): 1. Dan Kollamer 2. Gary Klimeczak 3. John Carpenter
4. Rich Mongeau 5. Billy Wroble 6. Bill Liedkta
Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1.Bill Liedka 2. Jarrod Burdge 3. Dan COllamer 4.
Gary Klimeczak 5. Billy Wroble 6. Scott Dugan 7. Rich Mongeau 8.
Spider Ensinger Jr. 9. Tom Princiotta 10. Jason Prater 11. Jason
Saredy 12. Dennis Seeley 13. Art Fariello 14. Earl Willetts 15.
Everett Taylor 16. Joe Reid 17. Herb Stout 18. Todd Woodruff 19. John
HCI/SPIKE N GO ROOKIE SPORTSMAN RESULTS
Feature (10 Laps): 1. Chuckles Stone 2. Patrick Gold 3. Ryan Cox 4.
Jesse Rozycki 5. Andrew Bohn 6. George Gareis Jr. 7. Robbie Dunn 8.
Dean Conk Jr. 9. Jimmy Amato 10. Justin Dunn 11. Aaron Weaver 12.
Port Royal, Pennsylvania…….Saturday’s second leg of the Rotondo Weirich “Eastern Storm” for the AMSOIL National Sprint Car Series at Port Royal Speedway was never in much doubt as Lincoln, Indiana’s Dave Darland jumped from the front row and trounced the 22-car feature field. For Darland, it was the second win of the season and 42nd career score.
Darland quickly stretched a huge lead as battle ensued nearly all race long for top-five spots behind him. Point leader Chase Stockon snuck around the bottom to grab the second spot before Daron Clayton and Bryan Clauson made contact on the front-stretch while racing for third. The duo continued on and shadowed Stockon for much of the race.
Clayton finally moved back to second late in the race, as Darland had put five lapped cars between himself and the rest of the field. Brady Bacon was the big mover, as he slowly worked his way into the top-five with ten laps to go. A caution for Landon Simon’s flat right-rear tire with six laps to go gave the pack one more chance at Darland, whose lead of over six seconds was erased.
Clayton cleared traffic quickly and took off after Darland, but the veteran eased away from all pursuers to post a 3.003-second victory aboard the Phillips Motorsports – Racer’s Advantage #71P DRC/Foxco.
“We’re just having a lot of fun with this team. Steve & Carla Phillips have given me a great opportunity this season, and we’re happy to get some wins together. Tonight was a tough race track, but I like to run the high line. I was just concentrating on my entries, especially getting into turn-one. The restart wasn’t what I wanted to see, but I knew I had some lapped cars and just made sure I ran into one hard enough,” Darland said.
Clayton held on for second, taking a 12-point lead in “Eastern Storm” standings into Sunday’s mini-series finale in the Merry Go Round Restaurant – Advantage Machine #92 Spike/J&D.
“On a track like this was tonight, I’ll take a second behind Darland anytime. I couldn’t get into the corner on the cushion the way I wanted to, without throwing the nose, and I didn’t wanna stick it in the fence. We got a little better, and I got a good restart at the end behind Darland, but then I saw where he was entering and I just couldn’t get my car to enter up there like him. It might have been me, but we’ll say it was the car,” Clayton said with a laugh.
Clauson used a late-race slide-job in turn-three to capture the final podium spot and place himself as Clayton’s nearest competitor in “Eastern Storm” points aboard the Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing – Chevy Performance #20 Beast/Kistler.
“I started on the bottom and was trying to get to the top and had the little mishap with Daron (Clayton) there, and we were really pretty lucky to keep going after that. We gathered it up, and I think our group of cars were about as good as each other, and Stockon went away a little bit at the end and Clayton beat us by him. Tonight is probably not my best kind of race track, but tonight was another strong showing for us, and we’re happy to click off a couple podiums and hopefully start to find a rhythm,” Clauson said.
Bacon snuck into fourth at the line to wrap up “Hard Charger” honors after starting 12th in the Hoffman Auto Racing – Mean Green #69 Triple X/Stanton Mopar, while Stockon seemed to be ailing as he crossed the line fifth in the Superior Tank & Trailer – Crescent Electric Supply #32 DRC/Fisher. Fast qualifier Tracy Hines finished sixth in the Hansen’s Welding – Motor City Auto Transport #4 DRC/Stanton Mopar.
AMSOIL USAC SPRINT CAR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP RACE RESULTS: June 8, 2013 – Port Royal, Pennsylvania – Port Royal Speedway – “Eastern Storm”
QUALIFYING: 1. Tracy Hines, 4, Hines-21.120; 2. Kevin Thomas, Jr., 17RW, Dutcher/RW/TriStar-21.212; 3. Daron Clayton, 92, Clayton-21.225; 4. Chase Stockon, 32, 32/TBI-21.406; 5. Dave Darland, 71P, Phillips-21.504; 6. Bryan Clauson, 20, Stewart/Curb-Agajanian-21.600; 7. Levi Jones, 39, Walker-21.663; 8. Robert Ballou, 5, Baldwin-21.715; 9. Shane Cottle, 65, Franckowiak-21.905; 10. Hunter Schuerenberg, 35, Byram-21.962; 11. Nick Drake, 55, Cline-21.973; 12. Chris Windom, 11, Walker-22.006; 13. Brady Bacon, 69, Dynamics-22.008; 14. Landon Simon, 41, Stensland-22.279; 15. Joey Biasi, B1, Biasi-22.642; 16. Kyle Moody, 99M, Moody-22.701; 17. Trevor Utt, U2, Utt-22.909; 18. Tyler Courtney, 23c, Courtney/Anderson-22.966; 19. Mark Bitner, 15, Bitner-23.149; 20. Billy Pauch, Jr., 175, Pietrofitta-23.233; 21. Tim Glatfelter, 50, Strausbaugh-23.238; 22. Dalten Gabbard, 77, Gabbard-23.272; 23. J.R. Berry, 74, Berry-23.924; 24. Mark Smith, 1M, Smith-NT; 25. Denny Gross, 2, Gross-NT; 26. Curt Stroup, 33, Ehrenzeller-NT.
FIRST HEAT: (8 laps) 1. Jones, 2. Schuerenberg, 3. Hines, 4. Stockon, 5. Bitner, 6. Gabbard, 7. Moody, 8. Gross, 9. Bacon. NT
SECOND HEAT: (8 laps) 1. Darland, 2. Ballou, 3. Thomas, 4. Simon, 5. Pauch, 6. Drake, 7. Utt, 8. Stroup, 9. Berry. NT
THIRD HEAT: (8 laps) 1. Clayton, 2. Windom, 3. Cottle, 4. Clauson, 5. Smith, 6. Courtney, 7. Biasi, 8. Glatfelter. 2:58.31
SEMI: (12 laps) 1. Bacon, 2. Moody, 3. Biasi, 4. Courtney, 5. Gabbard, 6. Glatfelter, 7. Drake, 8. Berry, 9. Gross, 10. Utt, 11. Stroup. NT
FEATURE: (30 laps) 1. Dave Darland, 2. Daron Clayton, 3. Bryan Clauson, 4. Brady Bacon, 5. Chase Stockon, 6. Tracy Hines, 7. Levi Jones, 8. Kevin Thomas, Jr., 9. Hunter Schuerenberg, 10. Shane Cottle, 11. Robert Ballou, 12. Chris Windom, 13. Mark Smith, 14. Kyle Moody, 15. Tyler Courtney, 16. Billy Pauch, Jr., 17. Dalten Gabbard, 18. Tim Glatfelter, 19. Mark Bitner, 20. Landon Simon, 21. Joey Biasi, 22. Nick Drake. NT
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-30 Darland.
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NEW AMSOIL NATIONAL SPRINT POINTS: 1-Stockon-579; 2-Darland-575; 3-Clauson-541; 4-Bacon-538; 5-Schuerenberg-523; 6-Thomas-514; 7-Hines-475; 8-Ballou-464; 9-Cottle-336; 10-Windom-330.
NEW ROTONDO WEIRICH “EASTERN STORM” POINTS: 1-Clayton-136; 2-Clauson-124; 3-Darland-123; 4-Stockon-113; 5-Jones-112; 6-Schuerenberg-101; 7-Bacon-99; 8-Hines-94; 9-Cottle-90; 10-Windom-84.
NEXT AMSOIL NATIONAL SPRINT RACE: June 9 – Newberrytown, Pennsylvania – Susquehanna Speedway Park – “Eastern Storm”
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TIM BUCKWALTER PICKS UP ARDC WIN Thunder on the Hill
2012 ARDC Champion, Tim Buckwalter was the winner of the 25 lap feature event when the wingless midgets of ARDC joined the wingless sprint cars of USAC for the Eastern Storm event at the Grandview Speedway. It was only Buckwalter’s second ARDC start of the season as he transitions into the PA 358 Small Block Modifieds, running the midget on a part time basis. This was Buckwalter’s second Grandview win in a midget - his first came in October 2010 when he won the Thunder on the Hill season finale.
Shawn Jackson and Jimmy Glenn led the twenty-six car field to the green flag. A complete restart was needed when 2011 ARDC Champion, Drew Heistand and Ryan Watt came together on the backstretch. Jackson wasted no time in claiming the lead on the start. Steven Drevicki was on the move, taking over third on lap three as Alex Bright and rookie, Kyle Lick battled for position.
Point leader, Trevor Kobylarz drew the caution with five complete. Kobylarz had a left front flat from the start of the feature. Quick pit work sent Kobylarz back on the track to rejoin the rear of the field.
Drevicki moved into second ahead of Glenn and began to pressure Jackson for the lead. Drevicki took the lead on the backstretch on lap six as the battle was on for second through fifth. With ten complete, Tim Buckwalter moved into second behind Drevicki with Glenn, Alex Bright and Lick completing the top five.
Bruce Buckwalter, Jr. ran into trouble on lap thirteen with the cars of Nick Wean, Steve Craig, Steven Bull and Brett Arndt coming together in turn four. Only Craig was able to continue.
By half way, three time winner, Steve Buckwalter had moved into the top five. He had just moved ahead of Glenn for fourth when the DeGre Engineering #19 broke while leading. A disappointed Drevicki headed to the pits as Tim Buckwalter assumed the lead.
The top three spots would remain unchanged as Tim Buckwalter led and Alex Bright and Steve Buckwalter duked it out for second right down to the checkered flag. After winning the consolation, Billy Pauch Jr. drove the Fitzpatrick #28 through the field, taking fourth away from Glenn with about five laps to go.
Tim Buckwalter raced to his first win of the season with A. Bright, S. Buckwalter, Pauch and Glenn rounding out the top five. Pauch was named the Hyper Hard Charger of the race, finishing fourth after starting 19th.
PJ Gargiulo finished sixth as Watt rebounded from the lap one problem to finish 7th. Kyle Lick had the best performance of the season by a Rookie in eighth. Ryan Greth and Jason Rice completed the top ten.
Heats were won by Alex Bright, Glenn and Brenden Bright with Pauch winning the consi.
This race was the first of three for ARDC as they travel with the eastern Storm to Port Royal and Susquehanna this weekend.
Feature Finish (25 laps)
1. Tim Buckwalter 2. Alex Bright 3. Steve Buckwalter 4. Billy Pauch Jr, 5. Jimmy Glenn 6. PJ Gargiulo 7. Ryan Watt 8. Kyle Lick 9. Ryan Greth 10. Jason Rice 11. Brenden Bright 12. Tony DiMattia 13. John Barnett 14. Trevor Kobylarz 15. Scott Zipp 16. Brian Gilmore 17. Steve Craig 18. Carey Becker 19. Steven Drevicki 20. Nick Wean 21. Brett Arndt 22. Steven Bull 23. Bruce Buckwalter, Jr. 24. Shawn Jackson 25. Bill Courtwright 26. Drew Heistand
Bechtelsville, Pennsylvania…….Daron Clayton from Sikeston, Missouri has a reputation for crowd-pleasing high-wire acts on race tracks across the country. On Wednesday night at Grandview Speedway, the “Eastern Storm” opened up with an unbelievable display from Clayton en route to winning the 40-lap “Jesse Hockett Classic” Feature.
Polesitter Levi Jones jumped to the early lead, but it didn’t take long for Clayton to find his rhythm on the high line, as he roared by Jones off turn-four on lap 3 to take the early lead. The leaders set a torrid pace as Clayton walked away from the field. Bryan Clauson was a big mover early in the race, as he started 13th and wasted no time moving into the top-five. As he was gaining on the front two, Robert Ballou had moved into the top-five before three cars, including him, came together entering turn-one on lap 23 and left the Baldwin Brothers Racing #5 spun. He went off on the hook.
Clayton pulled out to a lead on the restart as Jones, Clauson, and fourth-running Chase Stockon negotiated lapped cars. The caution flew again on lap 26 when Kevin Thomas, Jr. and Brady Bacon made contact while racing for fifth, leaving Thomas’ car with a broken front-end.
The final restart came with 15 to go as the top-three all ran nose-to-tail. Jones came calling on the bottom, pushing Clayton to make a mistake on his tricky groove up against the wall. Clayton slipped high in turn-four on lap 27 and Jones nailed the bottom to re-take the lead coming to the line.
Clayton regrouped and found a little extra on the top shelf, flying back to the lead on lap 29, this time for good. Clauson finally moved by Jones on the outside with five to go and chased down the leader, briefly poking to the inside of Clayton for the top spot, but Clayton ran mistake-free over the final few laps as they re-encountered traffic and took the win in the Merry Go Round Restaurant – Advantage Machine #92 Spike/J&D.
“I was as high as I wanted to be, and then I saw Levi peeking in there. I figured I needed to push it a little more and see how it goes. Then I saw Clauson coming at me at the end, and I already thought I was driving my ass off, but luckily I had enough tire left that I could run a little harder. Steve Petry has basically adopted me for the week and helped us race, and without him we wouldn’t be here, so I have to thank him a lot. This is gonna be a good check to cash,” Clayton said from an animated victory lane.
Clauson came up just short in winning, but made an impressive turn-around from qualifying 13th earlier in the night to come home second in the Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing – Chevy Performance #20 Beast/Kistler.
“Grandview Speedway gave us a great race track, and we were just able to knife our way through. Bob Miller is one of the best promoters we have, and I’m glad he lets us race here. We were pretty disappointed with our qualifying effort. We knew we were gonna be able to maneuver in the feature and my guys went to work on it. I hate not grabbing a win when we’re that close, but Daron did a great job at the end,” Clauson said.
Jones made a bid at another Grandview win, but his run on the bottom ended, and he had to settle for third in the Jeff’s Jam-It-In Storage – Hoosier Tire #39 Maxim/Claxton.
“Forty laps here – I’ve won two by staying on the bottom and I’ve lost one by not getting to the bottom. I thought time would be on our side, but I guess it needed to be a 50-lapper for the bottom to be the place to be tonight. As usual, Grandview gave us a great race track, and I guess we’ll just try to be a little bit better tomorrow,” Jones said.
Hunter Schuerenberg made a mad dash in the closing laps to finish off his run from 15th to fourth in the MyLocalFordStore.com – Fatheadz Eyewear #35 Mach-1/Rider, while AMSOIL National Sprint Car point leader Chase Stockon peaked at second very early in the race before coming home fifth in the Superior Tank & Trailer – Crescent Electric Supply #32 DRC/Fisher.
AMSOIL USAC SPRINT CAR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP RACE RESULTS: June 5, 2013 – Bechtelsville, Pennsylvania – Grandview Speedway – “Eastern Storm”
QUALIFYING: 1. Dave Darland, 71P, Phillips-13.924; 2. Kevin Thomas, Jr., 17RW, Dutcher/RW/TriStar-14.301; 3. Chase Stockon, 32, Stockon-14.317; 4. Nick Drake, 55, Cline-14.333; 5. Daron Clayton, 92, Clayton-14.440; 6. Shane Cottle, 65, Franckowiak-14.443; 7. Levi Jones, 39, Walker-14.452; 8. Brady Bacon, 69, Dynamics-14.467; 9. Tracy Hines, 4, Hines-14.515; 10. Robert Ballou, 5, Baldwin-14.536; 11. Chris Windom, 11, Walker-14.541; 12. Mark Smith, 1M, Smith-14.636; 13. Bryan Clauson, 20, Stewart/Curb-Agajanian-14.651; 14. Mark Bitner, 15, Bitner-14.687; 15. Hunter Schuerenberg, 35, Byram-14.729; 16. Tyler Courtney, 23c, Courtney/Anderson-14.786; 17. Matt Westfall, 54, Best Performance-14.804; 18. Brent Marks, 19M, Marks-14.901; 19. Landon Simon, 41, Stensland-14.919; 20. Trevor Utt, U2, Utt-14.940; 21. Travis Welpott, 30T, Leary-15.045; 22. C.J. Leary, 30, Leary-15.089; 23. Kyle Moody, 99M, Moody-15.107; 24. Dan Mazy, X, Mazy-15.433; 25. Billy Pauch, Jr., 175, Pietrofitta-15.482; 26. Joey Biasi, B1, Biasi-15.484; 27. J.R. Berry, 74, Berry-15.632; 28. Denny Gross, 2, Gross-15.716; 29. Dalten Gabbard, 77, Gabbard-16.245.
FIRST HEAT: (8 laps) 1. Darland, 2. Clauson, 3. Hines, 4. Clayton, 5. Westfall, 6. Welpott, 7. Pauch, 8. Gabbard. 2:00.54
SECOND HEAT: (8 laps) 1. Leary, 2. Ballou, 3. Thomas, 4. Cottle, 5. Marks, 6. Bitner, 7. Biasi. 2:03.56
THIRD HEAT: (8 laps) 1. Jones, 2. Schuerenberg, 3. Windom, 4. Stockon, 5. Moody, 6. Simon, 7. Berry. 2:02.17
FOURTH HEAT: (8 laps) 1. Bacon, 2. Courtney, 3. Smith, 4. Utt, 5. Drake, 6. Gross, 7. Mazy. NT
SEMI: (12 laps) 1. Marks, 2. Pauch, 3. Bitner, 4. Drake, 5. Westfall, 6. Biasi, 7. Mazy, 8. Berry, 9. Gross, 10. Welpott, 11. Moody, 12. Gabbard, 13. Simon. NT
FEATURE: (40 laps) 1. Daron Clayton, 2. Bryan Clauson, 3. Levi Jones, 4. Hunter Schuerenberg, 5. Chase Stockon, 6. Shane Cottle, 7. Chris Windom, 8. Dave Darland, 9. Brady Bacon, 10. Matt Westfall, 11. Tracy Hines, 12. Mark Smith, 13. Tyler Courtney, 14. Nick Drake, 15. Mark Bitner, 16. Joey Biasi, 17. C.J. Leary, 18. Trevor Utt, 19. Kevin Thomas, Jr., 20. Brent Marks, 21. Landon Simon, 22. Robert Ballou, 23. Billy Pauch, Jr. NT
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-2 Jones, Laps 3-26 Clayton, Laps 27-28 Jones, Laps 29-40 Clayton.
NEW AMSOIL NATIONAL SPRINT POINTS: 1-Stockon-523; 2-Darland-505; 3-Bacon-483; 4-Clauson-481; 5-Schuerenberg-480; 6-Thomas-464; 7-Ballou-426; 8-Hines-418; 9-Leary-302; 10-Cottle-297.
NEXT AMSOIL NATIONAL SPRINT RACE: June 6 – Spring Run, Pennsylvania – Path Valley Speedway Park – “Eastern Storm”