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Riley Hickman Rolls to Deep Fried 75 Payday at Duck River Raceway Park

By Michael Despain, Southern Nationals Bonus Series

WHEEL, TN (November 14-15, 2014)- The Southern Nationals Bonus Series closed out its 2014 racing season on Friday and Saturday at Duck River Raceway Park with the 3rd Annual Deep Fried 75 and Riley Hickman of Chattanooga, TN would drive to the biggest win of his career by claiming the winning $11,000 payday during an unseasonable cool weekend of racing action that saw events halted on Friday evening due to icy track conditions after Southern Nationals Bonus Series time trials were completed, forcing a full program of racing competition on Saturday.
 
The victory by Hickman made him the ninth different driver to win in ten series events for 2014 at an event that drew 33 entries representing twelve states.  Hickman's winning performance came behind the wheel of his Hickman Manufacturing/American Billet/Austin Trucking/VP Race Fuels/Rick Hixson Fabrication/Competition Race Products sponsored #R1 CVR Race Car sporting a Vic Hill Race Engine beneath the hood.

Riley Hickman would take the lead at the start of the 3rd Annual Deep Fried 75, with Ray Cook and Dale McDowell giving chase.  Hickman would inch away from Cook and McDowell, who would trade slide-jobs on lap 5 before McDowell wrestled second away from Cook on lap 9.  The first caution flew on lap 11 when sixth place running Dennis Erb, Jr. slowed on the frontchute with a broken timing-chain in the engine of his machine.  Back underway, Hickman held the point, with McDowell and Cook in pursuit, while Steve Casebolt challenged Josh Putnam for fourth and claimed the position on lap 13.  Debris from Michael Chilton's car would slow the pace again on lap 16 and Chilton would pull to the pit area, done for the night.  The restart would again see Hickman, McDowell, and Cook in the top three spots, while Putnam would roll back around Casebolt on lap 18, with Bub McCool making his way into the top five with a pass on Casebolt one circuit later.  Putnam would close in on Cook and take the third position from Cook on lap 22, while McCool would shuffle Cook back to fifth on lap 23.

The third caution of the race waved on lap 27 as disaster struck McCool when he looped his mount in turn four while running fourth.  The restart saw McDowell pressure Hickman for the lead, while Casebolt snatched the third spot away from Putnam on lap 28, with Anthony Burroughs sneaking through as well and moving Putnam back to fifth.  Caution waved again at this point when Scott Cook and Joe Denby tangled in two one, with both drivers able to continue.  The restart would also see the caution fly again when Greg Johnson spun in turn one.  Action would return to the green flag and Hickman would pull away a bit from McDowell, who was beginning to get pressure from Casebolt.  Hickman would start the process of working slower traffic on lap 39 and this process would become tricky for Hickman as the racing groove had began to narrow up at this point.

Caution slowed the action again on lap 51 when McCool's entry slowed entering turn one and was pushed off the racing surface.  The restart would see Hickman again scoot away, while Casebolt and McDowell dueled for the second position, with McDowell winning the battle finally on lap 54.  Hickman's masterful performance would be slowed by one final caution on lap 63 when Denby looped his unit in turn one.  The restart would give Hickman clear track and allow him to motor away from the field to score his biggest career victory to date.  McDowell and Casebolt would complete the podium positions, with defending event winner Putnam and Burroughs completing the top five.  Fourteenth place starter Austin Smith would head up the second five at the checkered flag, followed by Cook, Tanner English, 21st place starter Donald McIntosh, and 18th place starting Brian Dively.

This event concluded the 2014 racing season for the Southern Nationals Bonus Series.  For more information concerning the Southern Nationals Bonus Series, please contact series race director Chris Tilley at (606) 219-1723 or via social media at www.SouthernNationalsSeries.com.

Official Summary of Results
Southern Nationals Bonus Series Race # 10
Duck River Raceway Park-Wheel, TN
November 14-15, 2014
3rd Annual Deep Fried 75 A-Main Finish:
1.      Riley Hickman (Chattanooga, TN)
2.      Dale McDowell (Chickamauga, GA)
3.      Steve Casebolt (Richmond, IN)
4.      Josh Putnam (Florence, AL)
5.      Anthony Burroughs (Minden, LA)
6.      Austin Smith (Cedartown, GA)
7.      Ray Cook (Brasstown, NC)
8.      Tanner English (Benton, KY)
9.      Donald McIntosh (Dawsonville, GA)
10.     Brian Dively (Springfield, IL)
11.     Kenny Collins (Colbert, GA)
12.     Greg Johnson (Bedford, IN)
13.     Brad Skinner (Spring Hill, TN)
14.     Joe Denby (Tullahoma, TN)
15.     Bub McCool (Vicksburg, MS)
16.     Scott Cook (Shelbyville, TN)
17.     Allen Murray (San Antonio, TX)
18.     Daniel Miller (Lynchburg, TN)
19.     Clint Nichols (Shelbyville, TN)
20.     Matthew Summers (Estill Springs, TN)
21.     Michael Chilton (Salvisa, KY)
22.     David Seibers (Petersburg, TN)
23.     Dennis Erb, Jr. (Carpentersville, IL)
24.     David Gentry (Murfreesboro, TN)

Yellow Flags:  7 (Lap 11, 16, 27, 28, 28 restart, 51, 63)
Red Flags: None
Lap Leaders: 1 (Riley Hickman 1-75)

Southern Nationals Bonus Series/Race Winners:
March 1-Jason Hiett (Cherokee Speedway) $3,000
March 2-Jonathan Davenport (Cherokee Speedway) $10,000
May 25-Mike Marlar (Duck River Raceway Park) $5,000
July 4-Casey Roberts (Tri-County Race Track) $3,000
July 5-Ray Cook (Tazewell Speedway) $5,000
August 16- Chris Madden (Smoky Mountain Speedway) $5,010
October 3-Casey Roberts (Tri-County Race Track) $4,053
October 24-Chris Ferguson (Cherokee Speedway) $7,000
October 25-Scott Bloomquist (Cherokee Speedway) $10,000
November 14,15- Riley Hickman (Duck River Raceway Park) $11,000

FINAL Southern Nationals Bonus Series Points (after 10 events-11/15/2014):
1. Kenny Collins-1,560 (Colbert, GA)
2. Austin Smith- 1,418 (Cedartown, GA)
3. Casey Roberts-1,348 (Toccoa, GA.)
4. Chris Madden-770 (Gray Court, SC)
5. Brent Dixon-746 (Elberton, GA)
6. Donald McIntosh- 740 (Dawsonville, GA)
7. Gabe Wilson-710 (Waynesville, NC)
8. Dale Hammond-690 (Nichols, SC)
9. Kevin Wilson-688 (Stoneville, NC)
10. Anthony Sanders-652 (Spartanburg, SC)
 
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Southern Nationals Bonus Series Deep Fried 75 at Duck River Nov. 14, 15 is a GO; Start Times Adjusted Both Days

By:  Michael Despain-Southern Nationals Bonus Series

SOMERSET, KY (November 11, 2014)-The Southern Nationals Bonus Series will conclude its 2014 racing campaign with its series finale at Duck River Raceway Park in Wheel, TN and the 3rd Annual Deep Fried 75 on Friday November 14 and Saturday November 15, with the winner of the Deep Fried 75 leaving "The Duck" that Saturday evening with $11,000.
 
Due to the colder temperatures being forecasted for this week, track and series officials have adjusted start time both days for this event. The practice scheduled for Thursday evening November 13 will take place from 4:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. On Friday November 14, the general admission and pit area will open at Noon, with the drivers meeting now set for 4:30 p.m., followed immediately by practice, time trials, and green flag racing. On Saturday November 15, the general admission and pit area will open at 9:00 a.m., with the drivers meeting set for Noon, followed immediately by racing action. All times listed are Central Time.
 
During last year's Deep Fried 75 action, Josh Putnam and Skylar Marlar made a show out of what was probably one of the best races of the year while Putnam of Florence, AL would go on to grab the $10,000 payday. In 2012, it was Vic Hill of Mosheim, TN who picked up the $10,000 victory over Ray Cook and Walker Arthur.

The schedule of events for the weekend will see an open practice for all divisions on Thursday November 13 from 4:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Central Time and will be $5 in the general admission area and $20 per person in the pit area, with the actual race program getting cranked up on Friday and Saturday evenings. Also of note, drivers competing in all divisions for the weekend can register, get their transponder, and pill draw on Thursday evening as well and this will continue through the day on Friday, with everyone needing to be signed in by 4:00 p.m.

On Friday November 14, the Super Late Models will be in action with practice laps, groups time trials, and qualifying heat race events, along with the special treat of the inaugural Turkey Run 20, that will see several lucky race fans randomly draw out the names of 20 drivers that can compete in this event, with the winner taking home $1,000 and the race pays $100 to start.

On Saturday November 15, the Super Late Model division will be in action with Last Chance Showdown B-Main events, a non-qualifiers event ($300 to win/$100 to start), and the 75 lap, $11,000 to win Deep Fried 75 A-Main that will pay $700 to start.

The 2-Barrel Late Model division will also compete for $1,500 in winner's purse during the 3rd Annual Deep Fried 75 weekend, while the Crate Late Model division will race for $1,500 as well that weekend. Classes also running over the course of the two-day program include: Street Stocks ($750-to-win) and Pure Pony ($1,000-to-win). The Outlaws Pony will race on Friday Night only paying $300-to-win as well as the E-Mod Open Wheels competing for $500-to-win. On Saturday Night after the Deep Fried 75 main event, the Vintage Dwarf Cars will run a feature event only.

Activities for the 3rd Annual Deep Fried 75 on Friday November 14 will see the general admission area and pit area open at Noon, with the drivers meeting now set for 4:30 p.m., while practice laps will get the green flag immediately after the drivers meeting, followed by time trials and green flag racing.  On Saturday November 15, the general admission area and pit area will open at 9:00 a.m.  The drivers meeting is set to begin at Noon, followed immediately by racing action. All times listed are Central Time.

Ticket prices for the 3rd Annual Deep Fried 75 in the general admission area will see a two-day pass go for $40, while a one-day pass will be $25.  Children ages 6 to 12 will be $5 each day, while children ages 5 and under are free with a paid adult.  A two-day pit pass will be $65 for the weekend, with a one-day pit pass going for $35. Also, due to the large crowd expected for this event, no coolers will be permitted in the general admission seating area, so as to provide more room for spectator seating and for those who want to bring a portable heater.

There are twenty-three drivers that are eligible for a $500 bonus if they win the Deep Fried 75. Drivers who finished in the top-five at the Cotton Pickin' 100 at Magnolia, Fall Nationals at Whynot, Gumbo Nationals at Greenville, Robert Pursley Memorial & Blue/Gray 100 at Cherokee and the NASCAR/SAS weekend at Talladega are: Neil Baggett of Shannon, MS; Morgan Bagley of Tyler, TX, Ross Bailes of Clover, SC; Kyle Beard of Truman, AR, Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, TN; Ray Cook of Brasstown, NC; Jason Croft of Woodstock, GA; Timothy Culp of West Monroe, LA; Jonathan Davenport of Mt. Airy, NC; Tyler Erb of Magnolia, TX; Chris Ferguson of Mt. Holly, NC; Steve Francis of Ashland, KY; Riley Hickman of Chattanooga, TN; Chris Madden of Gray Court, SC; Tom Maddox of Centre, AL; Mike Marlar of Winfield, TN; Bub McCool of Vicksburg, MS; Billy Moyer of Batesville, AR; Brandon Overton of Appling, GA; Casey Roberts of Toccoa, GA; Chris Simpson of Oxford, IA; Chad Thrash of Meridian, MS and Randy Weaver of Crossville, TN.

Southern Nationals Bonus Series 3rd Annual Deep Fried 75 A-Main Payout (75 Laps):
1) $11,000, 2) $5,000, 3) $2,500, 4) $2,000, 5) $1,500, 6) $1,300, 7) $1,200, 8) $1,100, 9) $1,000, 10) $950, 11) $900, 12) $850, 13) $825, 14) $800, 15) $775, 16) $750, 17) $700, 18) $700, 19) $700, 20) $700, 21) $700, 22) $700, 23) $700, 24) $700.

Southern Nationals Bonus Series Turkey Run 20 Payout (Friday Night) (20 Laps):
1) $1,000, 2) $600, 3) $500, 4) $400, 5) $350, 6) $300, 7) $250, 8) $200, 9) $175, 10) $150, 11) $100, 12) $100, 13) $100, 14) $100, 15) $100, 16) $100, 17) $100, 18) $100, 19) $100, 20) $100.

Southern Nationals Bonus Series Non-Qualifier Race Payout (Saturday Night) (15 Laps):
1) $300, 2) $280, 3) $270, 4) $260, 5) $250, 6) $240, 7) $230, 8) $220, 9) $210, 10) $200.

Drivers that have contacted series and track officials and/or have it listed on their website that they are coming include Dennis Erb, Jr. (Carpentersville, IL), Ray Cook (Brasstown, NC), Steve Casebolt (Richmond, IN), Ronnie Lee Hollingsworth (Northport, AL), Mike Marlar (Winfield, TN), Skylar Marlar (Winfield, TN), Josh Putnam (Florence, AL), Bub McCool (Vicksburg, MS), Kyle Beard (Trumann, AK), Michael Chilton (Salvisa, KY), Terry English (Benton, KY), Tanner English (Benton, KY), David Payne (Murphy, NC), Dale McDowell (Chickamauga, GA), Riley Hickman (Chattanooga, TN), Austin Smith (Cedartown, GA), Kenny Collins (Colbert, GA), Daniel Dial (Lawrenceburg, KY), Greg Johnson (Bedford, IN), Perry Delaney (Sparta, TN), Justin Taylor (College Grove, TN), Brad Skinner (Spring Hill, TN), Clint Nichols (Shelbyville, TN), David Gentry (Murfreesboro, TN), Daniel Miller (Cullman, TN), Mark Fields (Lawrenceburg, TN), David Seibers (Petersburg, TN), Eric Hickerson (Linden, TN), plus a large host of other regional and national traveling stars are expected, making this a must-see event.

The Southern Nationals Bonus Series will sanction the Super Late Model portion of the program and the following tire rules will be in place for each night:  Hoosier LM40 or 1600 and/or American Racer 56 on the rear, while the tire compound rule is open on the front.  Also, random tire samples will taken by the series over the course of the two days of racing.  The Super Late Model entry fee is $100 for the weekend and transponders will be used for timing and scoring and those can be rented for $20 for the weekend ($10 fee if driver has their own transponder).  Double-file restarts will be used in the A-Main only on Saturday.

Microtel Inn and Suites in Shelbyville, TN will serve as the Official Host Hotel for the Deep Fried 75 at Duck River Raceway Park.  Microtel Inn and Suites is located at 1207 North Main Street in Shelbyville, TN 37160.  Room rates will be $69.00 per night for single, $74.00 per night for double, and $79.00 per night for a suite, plus tax.  Patrons must use the promo code "Duck River" to be eligible for the rates.  Check in time is 3:00 p.m. and check out time is 11:00 a.m.  Patrons will also have access to a hot breakfast, free Wi-Fi internet access, a 24 hour a day fitness center, and they are also now pet friendly, along with a large selection of restaurants located nearby.  These rates will only be available November 13 through November 15.  To make reservations for the weekend, phone (931) 684-8343.

Duck River Raceway Park is located at 1100 Haskins Chapel Road in Lewisburg, TN 37091 and has presented dirt track sports entertainment since 1973.  For more information about Duck River Raceway Park, please call (615) 785-5686 or (931) 205-8150 or visit the track's social media venues at www.duckriverracewaypark.com, Duck River Raceway Park on Facebook at Duck River Raceway, LLC or via Twitter @DRRPLLC.

For more information concerning the Southern Nationals Bonus Series, please contact series race director Chris Tilley at (606) 219-1723 or via social media at www.SouthernNationalsSeries.com.

Southern Nationals Bonus Series/Race Winners:
March 1-Jason Hiett (Cherokee Speedway) $3,000
March 2-Jonathan Davenport (Cherokee Speedway) $10,000
May 25-Mike Marlar (Duck River Raceway Park) $5,000
July 4-Casey Roberts (Tri-County Race Track) $3,000
July 5-Ray Cook (Tazewell Speedway) $5,000
August 16- Chris Madden (Smoky Mountain Speedway) $5,010
October 3-Casey Roberts (Tri-County Race Track) $4,053
October 24-Chris Ferguson (Cherokee Speedway) $7,000
October 25-Scott Bloomquist (Cherokee Speedway) $10,000

Southern Nationals Bonus Series/Upcoming Events:
Fri/Sat Nov. 14/15-Duck River Raceway Park-Wheel, TN-$11,000 to win/75 laps

Updated Southern Nationals Bonus Series Points (after 9 events, October 25th):
1. Kenny Collins-1,382 (Colbert, GA)
2. Casey Roberts-1,348 (Toccoa, GA.)
3. Austin Smith-1,230 (Cedartown, GA.)
4. Chris Madden-770 (Gray Court, SC)
5. Brent Dixon-746 (Elberton, GA)
6. Gabe Wilson-710 (Waynesville, NC)
7. Dale Hammond-690 (Nichols, SC)
8. Kevin Wilson-688 (Stoneville, NC)
9. Anthony Sanders-652 (Spartanburg, SC)
10. Steve Francis-578 (Ashland, KY)
 
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RENO MEMORIAL SLATED NOV. 8 AT ATOMIC

Gates Open Saturday at 12 noon with hot laps at 3 p.m.

By Scott Wolfe

CHILLICOTHE, OHIO-The 6th Annual Dan Reno Memorial at Atomic Speedway will be this Saturday, November 8, featuring Late Models, topless modifieds, Street Stocks, Sport Mods, and Enduros.  The 6th Annual affair will pay $2,222 for Late Models and $2,222 for Topless AMRA Modifieds. Fast Time awards are also up for grabs at $122 in the Late Models and Modifieds along with numerous other awards and give-aways for drivers and fans as mentioned below.

The #22 in the winning purse and fast time awards and bonus monies are in honor of Reno's #22 race number.

With nearly all regional race tracks closed, high car counts are again expected for this event.

Last year the 5th annual event was won by Matt Westfall of Pleasant Hill, Ohio who claimed the Reno Crown in the Modifieds, while Chris Garnes, Evans, WV--the four-time AMRA champion--claimed the Late Models. Both classes had strong fields with current AMRA champ Kenny Johnson blistering the track in qualifying with a 15:226. Since that time five cars qualified under that old track record set by Johnson last November. NASCAR's Kenny Wallace set a new track record of 15:090 in qualifications on July 16, 2014. Then July 27 Johnson regained his track record with a time of 15:030 eclipsing Wallace's one week old record with a 15:030.

Gates are slated to open this Saturday at 12 noon with hot laps at 3 p.m.

Dan Reno was not only a good racer, but also a good person. In his memory Mt Olive Community Church will put up the Fast  car dash money of $222 and Fast Time will get $122 compliments of Swartz Race Cars.  The Hard Charger earns $122 from Jordan Heating & Cooling with the lap 22 leader winning a new Hoosier tire from C-M Racing Equipment. 22nd Fast Time gets a new Hoosier tire from Affordable Overhead Doors.

In the Late Models, awards and bonuses are listed with their sponsors: Dash $222 by McDowell Farms, Fast Time $222 by Thomas Gas, and the Hard Charger by $122 Swartz Race Cars.

General Admission is $12 with children 12 and under free. That's right these great racing classes on tap for just $12!  Pit admission is $30 with 12-and-under Pit admission set at $15.

The run down of the features last year had some big-time names.  The top five included:  Modifieds-Matt Westfall, Shawn Holiday, Rich Michael, Joe Meadows, Travis Dickson, and Craig Christian.  Late Models-Chris Garnes, Tim Dohm, Zach Dohm, Chad Smith, and Andy Bond.  These drivers and many more are expected back this weekend.

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Weather Cancels Southern Nationals Bonus Series "Fall Classic" at Ponderosa Speedway

SOMERSET, KY (October 29, 2014)-Officials with Ponderosa Speedway in Junction City, Ky. and the Southern Nationals Bonus Series have agreed to cancel the 24th Annual "Fall Classic" which was to be held on Friday October 31st and Saturday November 1st.

After weather forecasters increased the rain chances to 60 percent for Friday and the National Weather Service issued a freeze warning for both days and a chance of snow flurries for Saturday, track and series officials thought it would be best to cancel the event, after an already second attempt at this event has been made. The event will not be made up this year.

The Southern Nationals Bonus Series will return to action in a few weeks for Round # 10 and the 2014 season finale on November 14/15 at Duck River Raceway Park in Wheel, Tenn. for the $11,000-to-win / $700-to-start 3rd Annual "Deep Fried 75" event. The event will also feature the "Turkey Run 20" event on Friday Night for 20 lucky drivers that will race for 20 laps distance and $1,000-to-win and $100 to start. On Saturday Night a Non-Qualifiers race will also be held before the main event paying $300-to-win.

Further information on the Southern Nationals Bonus Series can be obtained by calling (606) 219-1723 or logging on to www.SouthernNationalsSeries.com .

Southern Nationals Bonus Series/Race Winners:
March 1-Jason Hiett (Cherokee Speedway) $3,000
March 2-Jonathan Davenport (Cherokee Speedway) $10,000
May 25-Mike Marlar (Duck River Raceway Park) $5,000
July 4-Casey Roberts (Tri-County Race Track) $3,000
July 5-Ray Cook (Tazewell Speedway) $5,000
August 16- Chris Madden (Smoky Mountain Speedway) $5,010
October 3-Casey Roberts (Tri-County Race Track) $4,053
October 24-Chris Ferguson (Cherokee Speedway) $7,000
October 25-Scott Bloomquist (Cherokee Speedway) $10,000

Southern Nationals Bonus Series/Upcoming Events:
Fri/Sat Nov. 14/15-Duck River Raceway Park-Wheel, TN-$11,000 to win/75 laps

Updated Southern Nationals Bonus Series Points (after 9 events, October 25th):
1. Kenny Collins-1,382 (Colbert, Ga.)
2. Casey Roberts-1,348 (Toccoa, Ga.)
3. Austin Smith-1,230 (Cedartown, Ga.)
4. Chris Madden-770 (Gray Court, S.C.)
5. Brent Dixon-746 (Elberton, Ga.)
6. Gabe Wilson-710 (Waynesville, N.C.)
7. Dale Hammond-690 (Nichols, S.C.)
8. Kevin Wilson-688 (Stoneville, N.C.)
9. Anthony Sanders-652 (Spartanburg, S.C.)
10. Steve Francis-578 (Ashland, Ky.)
 
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SWEENEY RUSH LATE MODEL SERIES TO CROWN 4 DIFFERENT CHAMPIONS FROM 4 DIFFERENT STATES WITH RYAN MONTGOMERY, CHAD RUHLMAN, RICK SINGLETON & MICHAEL LAKE AT 2014 AWARDS BANQUET  
October 28, 2014

(By Mike Leone) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 

(Pulaski, PA)...The Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC RUSH Late Model Series wrapped up a successful second year of operations last weekend with the "Steel City Stampede" at Lernerville Speedway, which attracted 44 cars for the Sweeney Tour event. RUSH will recognize four major champions from four different states, West Virginia, New York, Virginia, and Pennsylvania at its 2014 awards banquet on Saturday, January 24 at Gatherings Banquet Center near New Castle, PA.

With 250 different drivers competing in a RUSH Late Model-sanctioned event, these following drivers stood atop the rest garnering 2014 championships: Ryan Montgomery-Sweeney Tour, Chad Ruhlman-Sweeney Weekly Series, Rick Singleton-Pace Performance "Summer Chase", and Michael Lake-"Futures Cup". RUSH will also honor the accomplishments of the new Sweeney RUSH Sportsman Modified division with its champion, Greg Martin.

"I don't think any of us would have believed as we began our season in March that we would end up with such tremendous championship results," stated RUSH Co-Director Vicki Emig. "To have four different champions from four different states is a truly a testament to the competitiveness all of the RUSH racers who competed with us from as far north as Canada into Virginia and Maryland and everywhere in between. Our Weekly, Summer Chase, Touring, and Futures Cup programs have allowed racers of all experience levels and ages to compete for their own piece of our $70,000 plus point funds, which is exactly what we had hoped for. This year alone over 50 different racers will receive cash awards and numerous others were able to capture one of over 400 valuable product contingencies that amount to over $60,000."    

In 2013 at 16 years of age Ryan Montgomery put forth a yeoman's effort to try and win the Sweeney Touring Series crown. The Fairmont, West Virginia standout won five features and led the points heading into the Series finale at Lernerville Speedway where he devastatingly lost the crown by three points to heavy favorite Mike Pegher, Jr.

Fast forward ahead to today and Montgomery is celebrating the sought after 2014 Sweeney Tour title after clinching at Lernerville- the very place that brought so much disappointment one year ago. Though I'm sure Montgomery would tell you he would have liked to win more than one Series feature event- it was the consistency that earned him the $5,000 top honors.

Outside of a 14th place finish on opening night at Freedom, Montgomery had only one other finish outside the top 10; in fact, Montgomery recorded an impressive nine top five finishes in 16 events, which propelled him to the 50-point winning margin in the Jeff Montgomery-owned, T.J Contracting & Custom Homes/Montgomery Homes/Central Supply/SBC Trucking/Bobby Lake Motorsports/High Gear Speed Shop/Genesis Shocks-sponsored Warrior Chassis #12 over runner-up John Waters.

"I have to thank all of my sponsors and everyone that helps out on my car- I literally couldn't do it without them," stated Montgomery, while being interviewed after winning the title at Lernerville.  "They help me so much and I can't thank them enough.  Losing last year was bad- it sucked.  We came in with the lead and lost it by three points.  It was horrible, but it made me and my team want to regroup and come back and win it this year.  Without the fans this is nothing- you guys are the most important part of this."

Not only did Montgomery earn $5,000 for the Sweeney Tour crown, he'll add an additional $2,700 to his point fund total as he was also fourth in the Sweeney Weekly Series points and finished sixth in the Pace "Summer Chase". Montgomery has come a long way since winning the inaugural 2011 "Futures Cup" title.  

After his performance on October 25 in the 30-lap feature, it would be hard for many to believe Chad Ruhlman had never won at Lernerville before or a Sweeney Tour event in the two-year history of the Series. Ruhlman came from 13th to win the $2,000 feature by over six seconds.  The win, which propelled him into the top 15 in Tour points, was a fitting end to a stellar season by the veteran racer.  Behind the strength of 12 wins, Ruhlman captured the $5,000 Sweeney Weekly Series title, which looked at drivers' best 15 finishes (best two per week) from March through September at RUSH-sanctioned events.

The 37-year-old Bemus Point, New York racer dominated action at his home track at McKean County Raceway in East Smethport, Pa. where he won eight feature events including seven of the first nine! That also earned him the track championship. In addition to his McKean success, Ruhlman won three events at RUSH's Friday night home, Freedom Speedway, in just five starts, and also a victory at Sunday night's Humberstone Speedway in Port Colborne, Ontario.

Ruhlman drove the #4s C.J. Rayburn car owned by Terry Suppa and sponsored by Premiere Communications, Fox's Pizza Den, Spartan Tools, Rand Machine, Close Racing Supply, Carsmile Wiper Blades, Cargo Auto Parts, House Doctor, Boldt Machinery, and 5th St. Sunoco.  

For as much success as Rick Singleton had in RUSH competition in 2014, it's hard to imagine what would have happened had he focused entirely on running with the Series instead of moonlighting in open motor competition where he also had tremendous success racing throughout the region.

The former Virginia Tech football standout and Seattle Seahawk won four of the first five Sweeney Tour races he entered and managed a seventh place standing despite missing several events. Part of that early success earned him the $500 "Bill Emig Memorial Wild Card Weekend" title.  The 50-year-old Front Royal, Virginia driver's eight RUSH-sanctioned wins came at four different speedways in four different states, which helped him to tie for runner-up with Michael Lake in the Sweeney Weekly Series points ($2,750).

Singleton's major championship though came in the Pace Performance "Summer Chase" where he earned a 109-point average in all RUSH-sanctioned events he competed in from July 1 through Labor Day. That average translates to a near second place (110) average finish!  Singleton will earn an additional $3,000 for this honor racing the #99* MBH race car for Clint Enyeart.   

When most people see Michael Lake race that don't know his age, they wouldn't think he's a teenager let alone a 13-year-old! After running a limited schedule in 2012, Lake burst onto the scene in 2013 capturing the Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex championship with four feature wins including a Sweeney Tour event!  The Uniontown, Pa. driver would come up just six points shy of the "Futures Cup" title to Eric Wilson.

And Like Montgomery in the Sweeney Tour, Lake set his sights on coming back stronger in 2014 and winning the "Futures Cup" crown and that's the very thing he did. Not only did he take the $1,000 title by a whopping 118-point margin over Reese Masiello, but he also substantially improved his final rankings in the Sweeney Weekly Series and Pace "Summer Chase".  Lake would tie Singleton for runner-up in the Sweeney Weekly ($2,750) after finishing 13th in 2013 and improved from 11th to fourth in the Pace "Summer Chase" ($800).  

Lake led the way at Roaring Knob where he won an astounding seven feature events and defended his track title! Lake also turned a lot of heads at Lernerville in the Sweeney Tour finale where he won the K&N Dash and raced from 11th to second in the feature event!  

Lake's efforts earned him $4,555 in season ending point fund monies driving a #27 Warrior Race Car owned by Dave Yowler and sponsored by Bobby Lake Motorsports, C. Harper Chevrolet, High Gear Speed Shop, Slavic Signs, Youngblood, MCB Motorsports, and D&M.

GMC RUSH Late Model Touring Series Top 15 DRIVER Points: 1. Ryan Montgomery 1462  2. John Waters 1412  3. Chad McClellan 1344  4. Eric Wilson & Jason Rider 1334  6. Cody Dawson 1059  7. Rick Singleton 859 8. W.L. Stile 822 9. Andrew Wylie 750 10. Ralph Morgan, Jr. 723 11. Bryce Davis 637 12. Josh Holtgraver 596 13. Dennis Lunger, Jr. 576 14. Robby Marhefka 559 15. Chad Ruhlman 519.

GMC RUSH Late Model Weekly Series Top 40 Points: 1. Chad Ruhlman 1673 2. Michael Lake & Rick Singleton 1654 4. Ryan Montgomery 1648 5. Dennis Lunger, Jr. 1643 6. Darin Henderson 1615 7. Alan Dellinger 1612 8. Nico Dabecco 1610 9. Josh Holtgraver 1607 10. Ben Bowie, Chad McClellan & Will Thomas III 1606 13. Adam Sixt 1601 14. Troy Shields 1598 15. Paul Grigsby 1596 16. Ward Schell 1594 17. John Imler 1585 18. Jeremy Wonderling 1579 19. Justin Lamb 1571 20. John Waters 1567 21. Nolan Dalton 1565 22. Damian Bidwell 1558 23. Ralph Morgan, Jr. 1556 24. Reese Masiello 1536 25. Jeff Dayman 1529 26. Russell Baird, Jr. 1529 27. Daryl Charlier 1524 28. Mark Moats, Jr. 1515 29. Dylan Lewis & Timmy Booth 1514 31. Ben Policz 1506 32. Max Blair 1504 33. Bob Kish 1499 34. Jason Rider 1498 35. Jamie Wrightsman 1491 36. Jamie Brown & Eric Wilson 1490 38. Clinton Hersh 1480 39. Luke Carleton 1478 40. Garret Stephen 1467.

"Summer Chase" Top 10 Points: 1. Rick Singleton 109.00 2. Darin Henderson 106.70 3. Troy Shields 106.63 4. Michael Lake 103.83 5. Chad Ruhlman 103.67 6. Ryan Montgomery 103.50 7. Jeremy Wonderling 103.00 8. Ward Schell 102.75 9. Adam Sixt 102.73 10. John Waters 101.38.

"Futures Cup" Points: 1. Michael Lake 1654 2. Reese Masiello 1536 3. Dylan Lewis 1514 4. Clinton Hersh 1480 5. Jennae Piper 1245 6. Clay Ruffo 962 7. Austin Stover 867 8. Matt Glanden 573 9. Jacob Burdette 356.

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Southern Nationals Bonus Series Ready for $10,024 Fall Classic at Ponderosa Speedway

By Michael Despain, Southern Nationals Bonus Series
 
JUNCTION CITY, KY (October 27, 2014)-Ponderosa Speedway track promoter Jerry Denson and staff are ready for the 2014 season finale weekend of racing action at the 3/8 mile D-shaped oval known as "Kentucky's Baddest Bullring" as the Ray Cook promoted Southern Nationals Bonus Series will sanction the 24th Annual Fall Classic event on Friday October 31 and Saturday November 1.

The 24th Annual Fall Classic weekend, which is now the richest stock car event in the history of the track in purse monies being paid in all divisions, will now be a two-day event, with it being rescheduled late in the race season and with several racers and fans expected, the event has been split into a two-day format as a way to keep the best interest of the fans and drivers in mind from the standpoint of possible cooler temperatures and not dragging out all the racing into one long, late night.  The Southern Nationals Bonus Series Super Late Models will now race for $10,024 to win, with Modifieds racing for $3,000 to win, Pro Late Models racing for $2,000 to win, and KDRA Sportsman racing for $2,000 to win in the inaugural Bobby Carrier, Sr. Memorial contest.   The weekend will kick off with an open practice for all divisions on Thursday October 30 from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m., weather permitting of course.

Also, with the Friday portion of the program falling on October 31 and that being Halloween, children are encouraged to come out to the track in their Halloween costumes and plan on taking a trick-or-treat trip through the pit area from 6:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m.  All race teams in attendance are encouraged to bring candy for the children.

The opening night of the 24th Annual Fall Classic will take place on Friday October 31 and will feature the Southern Nationals Bonus Series in action in a program of practice, A-B group time trials, qualifying heats, and the Revelution Race Cars/Graphic Impressions $500 to win Dash for Cash events.  Also in competition on the opening night of the 24th Annual Fall Classic will be Modifieds, Pro Late Models, and Sportsman.  Modifieds will practice, time trial, and run their qualifying heats, while Pro Late Models, and Sportsman will have a combined practice/time trial session and run qualifying heats as well.  RACEceivers are mandatory in all divisions and can be rented at the track at driver registration.

The 24th Annual Fall Classic weekend will conclude on Saturday November 1 and will feature the Southern Nationals Bonus Series in action in a program of B-Mains and the 60 lap, $10,024 to win 24th Annual Fall Classic event.  Also in action on Saturday November 1 will be the track's Modified, Pro Late Model, and KDRA Sportsman divisions in a program of B-Mains and each divisions A-Main contest.  The Modifieds will race 40 laps for $3,000 to win, Pro Late Models will race 30 laps for $2,000 to win sponsored by Jay Construction and Restoration, and KDRA Sportsman will race 30 laps for $2,000 to win in the first-ever Bobby Carrier, Sr. Memorial event.  RACEceivers are mandatory in all divisions and can be rented at the track at driver registration.

The following contingency awards will also be up for grabs each at Ponderosa Speedway in the Super Late Model division:  Graphic Impressions (Hazard, KY) and Revelution Race Cars (Richmond, KY) $500 to win Dash for Cash; PPM Racing Products (Rockwood, TN) Hard Charger of the Race Award ($100); Double H Race Fabrication (Harriman, TN) Middle Man Award ($50 product certificate).

The following entry fees will apply for the 24th Annual Fall Classic weekend on Friday October 31 and Saturday November 1:  Super Late Models-$100; Modifieds-$60, Pro Late Models- $40, and Sportsman- $40.  Also, all four divisions will be using scoring transponders for the weekend and the rental fee for Super Late Models will be $20 ($10 if driver has their own transponder), while the entry fees for all other divisions includes the transponder rental fee for racing.  Tow money will be paid in all divisions and racers must start their assigned B-main to be eligible for tow money.

The Southern Nationals Bonus Series will sanction the Super Late Model portion of the program and the following tire rules will be in place for each night:  Hoosier- LM20, 1300, 1350, LM40, and 1600; American Racer- 44, 48, and 56.  These tire compounds must be on all four corners of the race cars.  Also, random tire samples will taken by the series over the course of the two days of racing.

Ponderosa Speedway Southern Nationals Bonus Series 24th Annual Fall Classic A-Main Payout for October 31/November 1, 2014:

 *Super Late Models (60 laps):  1st- $10,024, 2nd- $5,000, 3rd- $2,500, 4th- $2,000, 5th- $1,500, 6th- $1,300, 7th- $1,200, 8th- $1,100, 9th- $900, 10th- $850, 11th- $800, 12th- $750, 13th- $700, 14th- $700, 15th- $700, 16th- $700, 17th- $700, 18th- $700, 19th- $700, 20th- $700, 21st- $700, 22nd- $700.

Also, this event will still serve as a fundraiser for Breast Cancer Awareness and 50/50 ticket sales and a portion of the weekend's proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society in the name of "Supporters of Ponderosa Speedway".

Activities for the opening night of the 24th Annual Fall Classic weekend on Friday October 31 will see the pit area and general admission area open at 4:00 p.m.  The drivers meeting will be at 7:00 p.m., with practice laps set for 7:20 p.m.  Time trials for the Super Late Model and Modified divisions will be at 8:00 p.m., with racing set for the green flag immediately following time trials.

Activities for the 24th Annual Fall Classic on Saturday October 11 will see the pit area and general admission areas cleared at 1:30 p.m., with gates set to reopen at 2:00 p.m.  A special driver's autograph session will take in the general admission area from 3:45 p.m. until 4:15 p.m., with the drivers meeting set for 4:30 p.m., with racing set to begin at 5:00 p.m.

Ticket prices for the open practice on Thursday October 30 in the general admission area will be $5, while a pit pass will be $20.  Ticket prices for Friday October 31 and Saturday November 1 in the general admission area will be $30 each night or a two-day general admission pass will be available for $40, while pit passes will be $35 each night or a two-day pit pass can be purchased for $50.

Ponderosa Speedway is located at 365 Phillips Lane on the Boyle/Lincoln County border, outside of Junction City, KY, just minutes from Danville, KY.  Jerry Denson is the track promoter.  For more information about racing activities at Ponderosa Speedway, visit the track's webpages on the internet at www.ponderosaspeedway.net or by contacting track promoter Jerry Denson at (606) 235-0190 or via email at jerrydenson@ponderosaspeedway.net., via Twitter @MichaelDespain, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/groups/131180253585931/ (Ponderosa Speedway).  Patrons and/or other interested parties can phone the track at (859) 854-6808 on raceday.

Further information on the Southern Nationals Bonus Series can be obtained by calling (606) 219-1723 or visiting www.SouthernNationalsSeries.com .
 
Previous Fall Classic Winners
1990- Steve Francis (Ashland, KY)
1991- Jack Boggs (Grayson, KY)
1992- Jack Boggs (Grayson, KY)
1993- Rainout
1994- Darrell Lanigan (Union, KY)
1995- Mike Jewell (Scottsburg, IN)
1996- C.J. Rayburn (Whiteland, IN)
1997- Don O'Neal (Martinsville, IN)
1998- Don O'Neal (Martinsville, IN)
1999- Darrell Lanigan (Union, KY)
2000- Joey Daniel (Liberty, KY)
2001- Steve Barnett (Franklin, IN)
2002- Event Not Held
2003- Johnny Wheeler (Campbellsville, KY)
2004- Brad Neat (Dunnville, KY)
           Bobby Wolter, Jr. (Lexington, KY)
2005- Chris Combs (Isom, KY)
2006- Aaron Hatton (Mount Sterling, KY)
2007- Brad Neat (Dunnville, KY)
2008- Greg Johnson (Bedford, IN)
2009- Mike Marlar (Winfield, TN)
2010- Eric Wells (Hazard, KY)
2011- Aaron Hatton (Mount Sterling, KY)
2012- Brad Neat (Dunnville, KY)
2013- Dustin Linville (Lancaster, KY)

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Official Summary of Results
Southern Nationals Bonus Series Race # 9
Cherokee Speedway-Gaffney, SC
Saturday Night October 25, 2014
"24th Annual Blue/Gray 100"

A-Main Finish:
1. Scott Bloomquist-Mooresburg, Tenn.-$10,000
2. Jonathan Davenport-Mt. Airy, N.C.
3. Casey Roberts-Toccoa, Ga.
4. Chris Madden-Gray Court, S.C.
5. Brandon Overton-Appling, Ga.
6. Dustin Mitchell-Princeton, N.C.
7. Steve Francis-Ashland, Ky.
8. Don O'Neal-Martinsville, Ind.
9. Rick "Boom" Briggs-Bear Lake, Pa.
10. Ross Bailes-Clover, S.C.
11. Brent Dixon-Elberton, Ga.
12. Austin Kirkpatrick-Ocala, Fla.
13. Kenny Collins-Colbert, Ga.
14. Anthony Sanders-Spartanburg, S.C.
15. Jonathan Edwards-Lake Wylie, S.C.
16. Dale Hammond-Nichols, S.C.
17. Kevin Wilson-Stoneville, N.C.
18. Rob Bailey-Mooresville, N.C.
19. Kevin Godwin-Blythewood, S.C.
20. G.R. Smith-Troutman, N.C.
21. Austin Hubbard-Seaford, Del.
22. Chris Ferguson-Mt. Holly, N.C.
23. Douglas Davis-Shelby, N.C.
24. Doug Sanders-Springwood, N.C.

Yellow Flags: Five (laps 11, 21, 48, 59, 76)
Red Flags: None
Lap Leaders: Mitchell (1-10), Bloomquist (11-100)
Provisional Starters: None
Entries: 25
Overall Fast Time: Scott Bloomquist-15.976
Margin of Victory: 01.605 seconds
Time of Race: 36 minutes, 36 seconds

Heat-1 Finish: Scott Bloomquist, Chris Madden, Austin Hubbard, Rick "Boom" Briggs, Douglas Davis, Dale Hammond, Kevin Godwin, Kenny Collins, Dennis Franklin (DQ'ed).

Heat-2 Finish: Dustin Mitchell, Casey Roberts, Steve Francis, Chris Ferguson, Brent Dixon, Kevin Wilson, Jonathan Edwards, Austin Kirkpatrick.

Heat-3 Finish: Jonathan Davenport, Brandon Overton, Don O'Neal, Ross Bailes, Anthony Sanders, G.R. Smith, Doug Sanders, Rob Bailey.

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Official Summary of Results
Southern Nationals Bonus Series Race # 8
bCherokee Speedway-Gaffney, SC
"Robert Pursley Memorial"
Friday Night October 24, 2014
A-Main Finish:
1. Chris Ferguson-Mt. Holly, N.C.-$7,000
2. Steve Francis-Ashland, Ky.
3. Casey Roberts-Toccoa, Ga.
4. Scott Bloomquist-Mooresburg, Tenn.
5. Ross Bailes-Clover, S.C.
6. Dennis Franklin-Gaffney, S.C.
7. Chris Madden-Gray Court, S.C.
8. Brent Dixon-Elberton, Ga.
9. Don O'Neal-Martinsville, Ind.
10. Brandon Overton-Appling, Ga.
11. Austin Kirkpatrick-Ocala, Fla.
12. Dustin Mitchell-Pine Level, N.C.
13. Kenny Collins-Colbert, Ga.
14. Doug Sanders-Springwood, N.C.
15. Kevin Wilson-Stoneville, N.C.
16. Rick "Boom" Briggs-Bear Lake, Pa.
17. Austin Hubbard-Seaford, Del.
18. Johnny Pursley-Clover, S.C.
19. G.R. Smith-Troutman, N.C.
20. Jonathan Davenport-Mt. Airy, N.C.
21. Anthony Sanders-Spartanburg, S.C.
22. Dale Hammond-Nichols, S.C.

Yellow Flags: Five (laps 8, 9, 10, 25, 28)
Red Flags: None
Lap Leaders: Ferguson (1-40)
Provisional Starters: None
Entries: 22
Overall Fast Time: Ferguson-14.991 seconds
Margin of Victory: 04.233 seconds

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FAST TIME TO WINNER, JACKSON TAKES ERNIE D’S FALL BASH $8,000

HAGERSTOWN, MD: On Friday, Keith Jackson took his Late Model around Hagerstown Speedway/Dirt Capitol in 18.760 seconds followed by J.T. Spence’s time of 18.840 to lock them onto the front row of the two night 1st Annual Ernie D’s Fall Bash.

On Saturday, when the green waved putting the 40-Lap $8,000 feature into motion, Jackson, from Odenton, MD, was up on the wheel from the get go and led every lap from the pole to edge Rick Eckert by 2.329 seconds in lapped traffic. It was Jackson’s second win of the season.

“This was special,” Jackson said. “We won the first time we came here this year in the Ernie Jones Tribute and won the last time we came here this year.  It really means a lot to me and for everybody from MBH.  It means a lot for us to be able to win for Huey especially. He was a good friend to all of us. Last night was a good pill draw and good qualifying spot. If it wasn’t for the qualifying spot, I might not be here in victory lane tonight. I can’t thank everybody enough.”

The event signified the end of the season for Hagerstown Speedway/Dirt Capitol LLC with exception of the Awards Banquet to be held December 6th.

Late Model Sportsman champion Justin Weaver picked up $1,200 for his sixth season triumph while Mike Corbin recorded his overall career 50th win in the Pure Stocks, his 14th of the season. Gary Proctor scored his tenth season win in Hobby Stocks while Gary Newell posted his first ever Hagerstown win in the Four Cylinders and Justin Williamson was the Rookie Car winner.   

Jackson sped off the pole with sixth starting Mason Zeigler quickly moving into second with fourth starter Rick Eckert taking Zeigler’s position on the fourth lap while Jackson was out front nearly three seconds.

On a lap seven restart, Zeigler got slightly out of shape getting into turn one as Vic Coffey made contact and sent Zeigler around.

Jackson set sail on the next restart while 11th starting Kyle Lear advanced past Marvin Winters and Spence into third on the 10th lap. Back to back yellows on the 17th and 18th laps bunched the field and put Eckert on Jackson’s bumper but Jackson never hesitated and was back to running away. Greg Satterlee was all the way from 19th and made his way into fourth on the 21st lap as he began to challenge Lear for the third spot.   

With the green flag still out, Jackson caught the tail of the field and made his first pass on the 32nd lap and continued on while he began to open some distance on Eckert who also got mired in traffic.

Jackson powered on to win over Eckert by 2.329 seconds while Satterlee got past Lear for third with two to go but finished another three seconds behind.

“If Rick would have got the lead, I really highly doubt that we would have got back around him,” Jackson said. “When I was a kid I liked watching him (Eckert). It’s pretty awesome to race him but better to be able to beat him.”

Lear and Spence completed the first five while Winters, Brian Tavenner (13th), Dylan Yoder (20th), Coffey and Allen Brannon (24) rounded out the top ten.

Coffey, Eckert, Gene Knaub and Zeigler were the heat winners with Yoder winning the consolation. Co-Promoter Ernie Davis started 26 cars plus added Gary Stuhler and C.S. Fitzgerald as provisionals to the field.

The 20-Lap $1,200 to win Late Model Sportsman line up had heat winners Scott Palmer and Justin Weaver on the front row as Weaver swung high and wide while Palmer swept low off the second turn and came away with the lead. Palmer used the low side on a lap five restart and Weaver made the best of it to grab the lead while Kyle Lee, Bruce Kane and Chad Myers were into the next positions and chasing Palmer by the next lap.

Weaver held a several length lead on Palmer with Myers mobbing into third by the 12th lap with an 18th lap yellow putting Palmer on Weavers bumper. Weaver powered on to win by .272 seconds over Palmer with Myers, Kane and Lee completing the top five.

“I knew restarts were going to be crucial and Scott was good in the beginning.” Weaver said. “I tried to tell myself just to calm down and get a good run here in the end and it worked out. I was using up a lot of race track but it was everything I had to do, Scott was fast.”  

1st Annual Ernie D’s Fall Bash
Late Models, 40 Laps: 1.Keith Jackson, 2.Rick Eckert, 3.Greg Satterlee, 4.Kyle Lear, 5.JT Spence, 6.Marvin Winters, 7.Brian Tavenner, 8.Dylan Yoder, 9.Vic Coffey, 10.Allen Brannon, 11.Jason Miller, 12.C.S. Fitzgerald, 13.Dan Stone, 14.Mike Lupfer, 15.Gary Stuhler, 16.Gene Knaub, 17.Mason Zeigler, 18.Matt Parks, 19.Tim Wilson, 20.Mark Pettyjohn, 21.Jim Yoder, 22.Kenny Moreland, 23.Davey Johnson, 24.Glenn Elliott, 25.Andy Anderson, 26.Jerry Bard, 27.Russel Erwin, 28.Kyle Hardy, DNQ-Jamie Lathroum, Jimmy Jessmer, Donnie Lingo, Chad Hollenbeck, Steve Long, DNS-Barry Miller, Kerry King Jr.

Late Model Sportsman, 20 Laps: 1.Justin Weaver, 2.Scott Palmer, 3.Chad Myers, 4.Bruce Kane, 5.Kyle Lee, 6.Dave Stamm, 7.Walter Crouch, 8.Mike Walls, 9.Jason Nace. 10. Elwood Sord, 11.Robbie Emory, 12.Brayden Anderson, 13.Andrew Yoder  

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Oct. 5
1. Don O'Neal 7550
2. Jimmy Owens 7475
3. Scott Bloomquist 7320
4. Steve Francis 6800
5. Eddie Carrier Jr. 6465
6. Earl Pearson Jr. 6415
7. John Blankenship 6215
8. Jared Landers 6075
9. Dennis Erb Jr. 5820
10. Jason Hughes 5235
 
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