Thursday, May 16, 2019

Rain Puts A Damper On Southern Oregon Speedway Weekend

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Rain Puts A Damper On Southern Oregon Speedway Weekend

White City, Oregon...The weekend was set to include two events at the Southern Oregon Speedway facility. In addition to a five division line up on the Jim Rodgers prepared 3/10 mile clay oval on Saturday night, a full complement of Outlaw Karts, Flat Track Motorcycles and Quads were scheduled to compete on Friday night.

However, rain began to fall on Wednesday afternoon and its been raining for much of Thursday. The forecast calls for continued rain through the weekend. After consulting various weather reports and the National Weather Service, Promoter Mike McCann made the decision to cancel all racing for the weekend. The news will come as a disappointment to the racers and fans who were hoping the show would go on, but it's the best course of action to take for the tracks.

Next on the schedule for Southern Oregon Speedway will be Saturday, May 25th. This will be the third visit for The Iron Giant Street Stocks. It's Disorder On The Southern Border III, and the Street Stock division will be running a 50 lap Main Event paying $1,000 to win. The thrilling IMCA Modifieds and IMCA Sport Modified will both be competing that night along with the Southern Oregon Dwarf Cars, the Valley Store All Late Model Lites and the OTRO Hardtops.

Fans rarely get an opportunity to see the Street Stock division, which was a regular fixture at the old Medford Speedway for years but only ran regularly at Southern Oregon Speedway for about five seasons. The series, put together by Chris Sine and James Whitehouse, takes the Street Stocks to almost every venue in Oregon, along with visits to tracks in Washington and California. The Southern Oregon Speedway event begins the season for the group.. Andrew Langan is the defending race winner and Donald Schott won the inaugural event a year earlier.

Mark Wauge was forced to settle for second at the IMCA Modified season opener behind the flying Jeffrey Hudson. While he appeared to be closing in on Hudson, time ran out on him. He will be back on Saturday in pursuit of his 50th career IMCA Modified win at his home track. The IMCA Sport Modifieds staged a thrilling race that ended in a photo finish last time out, won by Matt Sanders ahead of race long leader Justin McCreadie. The division produced a strong 21 car field that night.

The next program at little Southern Oregon Speedway will take place on June 14th, and all of the divisions featured at the opener will be back. Promoter Mike McCann has invited the Flat Track Motorcycle riders to compete on the little track, and 69 year old Bobby Ingle answered the call with an impressive win in the Unlimited division last week. Also along as part of the program were the three-wheel Trikes, and Ryan Comstock won that race.

The 250 Intermediate Karts continue to put on a great show, and 2017 champion Trevor Grimes opened the season with a victory ahead of rookie Jacob James. Reigning Box Stock champion Keaton Augustine won his season opener, and Brionna Fuller was a double winner at the opener, winning the Four Cycle Main Event and the 500 Open class race as well. June 14th is poised to be the biggest turnout of competitors across all classes that the speedway has seen in recent years.

Many exciting events are still lined up for Southern Oregon Speedway all the way through mid September. You can find out more information on the all-new webpage at

Pit Stops

Southern Oregon Speedway had their first Late Model show of the season last Saturday night. There's been lots of buzz centered around this division during the offseason with a few new drivers getting cars to join the fun. This resulted in a 12 car field for the opener, despite the fact that several other drivers who intend to compete were not there.

Three of the drivers who did show up happened to be regulars at Coos Bay Speedway. Reigning Coos Bay champion Brody Montgomery, current Coos Bay point leader and 2018 Cottage Grove champion Preston Luckman and Deven Brown were the three coming to Southern Oregon Speedway to make a run at the money. It was the first Late Model visit for all three drivers.

Montgomery, who was the 2017 Sportsman Late Model champion at his home track prior to moving up, purchased a new Late Model for this season. He sold his other car to two-time Late model champion Wayne Butler, who is now full time in the Super Late Models as a result. Montgomery found Southern Oregon Speedway to his liking and hopes to make another visit or two before the season concludes. He won his heat race, and despite a spin on the opening lap, he charged back to an impressive third place feature finish.

Luckman ended up leading the pack after the Montgomery spin. One probably expected a showdown between Luckman and Trent Elliott for the lead, but it never really materialized. Elliot was the one chasing Luckman and hoping for the opportunity to make a challenge. He has only made two visits in the prior two seasons, both victories. Elliott has thrown his hat into the ring as a point competitor this year, and this second place finish will still be useful in his championship goal.

The only thing threatening Luckman was a few scary moments in slower traffic during the final few laps. However, he still made all the right moves to get it to the finish line in first. Much like Montgomery, Luckman is hoping to make another visit or two before the season closes. Luckman's win from the increased purse also included a nice bonus from Northwest Trucking Academy.

Two of the drivers expected to be in the championship battle this year are 2017 title winner Nathan Augustine and last season's top rookie, Miles Deubert. Deubert has been battling some fuel problems and was hoping he had most of them worked out when he made practice laps the week before. He lined up in the sixth row of the Main Event and got it all the way to third before he ended up settling for fifth. He was passed during the later stages by Augustine, who ended up fourth. It wasn't a bad start for either of these drivers, and it won't be a surprise to see them getting victories at some point.

What is interesting is that everybody has to bring their A Game this year as the competition level has gotten that much tougher. Dave Everson, who won the 2013 Outlaw Pro Stock championship, seems much quicker this year and would manage a sixth place finish. However, Dave is a very competitive racer and knows he can do better. Another Dave, 2012 Coos Bay champion Dave Foote, had announced earlier that he might be racing more at his home track. We've been fortunate enough to have him at most of the races during the past two seasons, and he was a two-time feature winner last year. Dave says that he will be racing regularly in Medford once again.

You can never assume anything when it comes to racing. Reigning Bobbio's Pizza Mini Stock champion David Steele has not been beat very often for Main Event wins since late in the 2017 season. After winning the season opener in impressive fashion, it looked as if he might pick up another win last week. However, Ashtin Hedges had other ideas. Hedges settled the matter between himself and 2017 champion Kristopher Mix for second and began to close in on Steele. He surprised him by making a late pass and collecting his first career victory.

Both drivers were all smiles after the checkered flag flew. Though he lost the battle, Steele admitted that this was one of the funnest races he'd been a part of in recent memory. He's also excited about the possibility that drivers like Hedges are getting better and making things more competitive in the class. David is still working to try and get other drivers back for the next Mini Stock appearance.

2017 champion Kristopher Mix and Carrie Weiser celebrated the arrival of their second baby boy on Friday night. On Saturday, Mix further celebrated as he picked up an impressive heat race win. In a nice gesture after winning the Trophy Dash, Steele donated his trophy to baby Bo.

Tim Hedges was hoping that he could pick up a JOAT Labs Hornets Main Event win. His night started off the way he wanted it to with wins in both the Trophy Dash and heat race. However, he never quite got his Main Event effort going the way he wanted to. Plus, season opening winner Dylan Sauer showed everybody that his previous win was no fluke by winning yet again with 2016 champion Hedges in pursuit. Because Hedges has done so well in preliminary competition, he has a slim point lead over Sauer after two races.

The Hedges team is fielding new cars for both Tim and his wife Jenna. Jenna had a battle on her hands with reigning champion Bree Tritchler for the fourth position. Tritchler watched the season opener from the sidelines after blowing a motor in hot laps. She made the most of the second week by out-running Jenna to get the fourth place finish, but she couldn't quite keep up with her father, Quentin Tritchler. Quentin is driving Bree's championship car and finished third in the feature.

Rookie Lacey Sauer did a good job as she is getting more confident behind the wheel of her #10s car. This was only her second start of the season, and though she got lapped midway through the race, she seemed to keep pace with the leaders pretty well after that and would still get a respectable sixth place finish. It would not be a surprise to see her compete for a win at some point this season.

If you want to even be in the discussion as a potential feature winner with the Southern Oregon Dwarf Cars, you've got to bring your A Game. Two drivers setting the bar rather high are three-time reigning champion Josh King and two-time champion Brock Peters. This duo accounts for the past five championships. One driver who's been in contention for most of those titles is Camden Robustelli, and it might have seemed like he didn't quite have it when King passed him to win the A Dash. However, Robustelli had a trick up his sleeve.

Peters actually led most of the Main Event with King and Robustelli in close pursuit. Because these drivers are getting around the track so rapidly, slower traffic became a factor early on in a race that didn't see very many yellow flags. King grabbed the lead from Peters, but Robustelli managed to wrestle the lead from King on lap 22. Unlike Yreka, where mechanical issue sent him pitward, Robustelli didn't let this win get away.

It's rather interesting to watch Camden and his dedication to Dwarf Car racing. He also competes in the Limited Sprint car division, but the Dwarf Car division seems to take a higher priority with the team as they still have one goal left to be achieved. They are hoping to win the championship. Last season, because of an encounter with a slower car while running at the front of the pack in the finale, he ended up having to come from the back and fell just one point short of the title. Robustelli has what it takes to win the title, but you have to have the breaks go your way. He has been racing more on the Sprint Car circuit and was Top 5 ranked in the Interstate Sprint Car Series last season.

While Peters would hold off King to get the second place finish, ageless veteran Fred Hay and Mason Lewman had a classic battle going all night. Lewman outdueled Hay to win their heat race, but Hay managed to win the battle for fourth in the Main Event. He looked good all night, and it might make people wonder if a feature victory is in the cards for the long time Southern Oregon racer. A win for "Fast Freddie" would certainly prove to be very popular with the fans.

The Dwarf Cars produced 21 cars for the show, which pretty much picks up right where they left off last season. Oftentimes, they have the biggest car count when they are on the roster. Long time Medford racer Reggie Ayers was back with his Mod Lite, but he struggled all night to get the car up to speed. Another Mod Lite, driven by Jesse Lorentz, did get a Top 10 finish as did perennial title contender Chad Cardoza. The Dwarf Cars are certainly a crowd-pleaser and some say they had the race of the night last week.

Car count was a little on the sparse side for the Valley Store All Late Model Lites last week as the Hadley team suffered a setback. Word is that the Aos team won't be ready with their two cars until June. 2016 champion Lee Doty didn't have the car parts he needed in time to get his car ready. Ross Payant will be wheeling the Doty owned machine when it's ready. The show still went on as scheduled and included the return a "Pistol" Pete Bowne. Pete raced Mini Stocks several years back and drove the Doty #93 car to a third place finish. Mini Stock graduate Mike Cloud had mechanical issues in his heat race to end his night early.

This left the two stars of last season, reigning champion Charley Eaton and Greg Arnold, at the front of the pack. Eaton picked up right where he left off last season by winning both the heat race and the Main Event in impressive fashion. Arnold would finish second, and he has a plan this year. When the Late Model Lites are not running, he intends to swap the motor out of his car for a Late Model motor and race in that class. However, he wants to continue to support the Late Model Lites when they have races.

The Little Southern Oregon Speedway track has featured Outlaw Karts since 1998. In an effort to get more participants to come out and race, Promoter Mike McCann has extended an invitation to the Flat Track Motorcycles, Quads and Trikes by adding them to the schedule. There's been some uncertainty as to who might even show up to race, and a week prior to the season opener, it didn't look like anybody was coming. However, McCann is interested in doing something more with Motorcycles, which haven't really been featured all that much in Southern Oregon for many years on the oval tracks.

There is a thriving Motorcycle culture in the Medford area, and the addition of the MX track to the Southern Oregon Speedway facility has brought riders out of the woodworks. The inaugural practice at that track produced over 100 riders, so there has been some thought that some of these people would like to go racing on an oval track.

The first race was a moderate success. It managed to catch the attention of the oldest rider in the state of Oregon, Bobby Ingle. Ingle just recently turned Pro and has found the competition to be very tough at Salem Indoors. He's a tough man as well. This was illustrated when he crashed in practice. You might have thought you saw the last of him, but he came back strong to win his heat race.

In the Main Event, there was a moment when second place rider Shawn Vernier bumped his front wheel with the rear wheel of Ingle and crashed in Turn 4. Vernier was back on his bike moments later at the back of the pack. For Ingle, he would lead the rest of the way with Collin Laeger getting the second place finish.

There were eight riders, two of which were in the 65 to 85 Flat Track class. They were brothers Christopher and Devin Raper, who finished first and second. Word is, we can expect more riders in the two classifications and might even see a third classification next time around. Much like the Karts, the Flat Track Motorcycles have riders from all age groups.

It wasn't known that there would be any three-wheel Trikes. it's not the best known type of racing out there, but the five riders who came to the track gave the fans an exciting introduction. Throughout their heat race and Main Event, they ran in close competition. Ryan Comstock wrote his name into the books as the first ever winner in this class at the little track, beating Ben Herbert and third place finisher Garrett Stookey in the feature race.

The people were talking about the bikes as nobody really expected them to be there. However, they can expect that the open invitation will stand. McCann has been keen on boosting the numbers of competitors, which would give fans more of a reason to want to come out on Friday night and watch the show. It will be interesting to see how this program develops and what exactly it is that McCann has in mind for the future.

The 250 Kart class has sort of taken on the top dog status with the 500 Open Class struggling to produce a field. This year, the brother and sister duo of Brionna Fuller and Taylor Fuller are both in 500 Open Karts along with Brenden Bartlett. McCann has drawn the line at four Karts to produce a purse for the 500 Open Class, due to the fact that you never know who will show up on any given week, and sometimes the track hasn't even had a race for them. There is just a little bit of frustration due to the fact that it's known that there are somewhere between 15 and 20 Open Karts in the Medford area, and yet support is lacking for the class.

For their part, the Speed City team is doing what they can to jump start the 500 Open class in addition to maintaining the presence of the UAS Speedway Kart and Four Cycle Kart programs. Brionna Fuller was a busy young lady as she picked up the hardware with her wins in the 500 Open and Four Cycle classes. She and her brother did a good job in the 500 Open Karts as both grabbed the checkered flag in the Main Event. It was also young Taylor's first start in that division.

Moving over to the Four Cycle class, Brionna's mother Lori Fuller was in the same Kart that she drove most of the season to her UAS Speedway Kart championship last year. Lori won both of her heat races and led half of the race before being surprised by her daughter. Once Brionna got the lead, she didn't relinquish it and forced Lori to settle for second. Originally, Brionna had intended to run the UAS Speedway Kart race, but mechanical issues in that Kart saw a change of plans with her jumping into the Four Cycle Kart.

The one thing about Brionna is she's a tough young lady. Last season, despite having a broken arm, she still started a few UAS Speedway Kart races and did pretty well in that. She probably would have even driven her Cage Kart, but her cast prevented it. Brionna will get behind the wheel of whatever the class of Kart is that's offered to her and give it a great effort. She's driven just about every level of Kart now and has even competed in 600 Micros.

Trevor Grimes is intent on adding the 2019 championship to his 2017 honors in the 250 Intermediate class. Last season, though he won most of the Main Events, Vinny DeBenedetti dethroned the champion with a great effort. DeBenedetti is back, plus Box Stock star Emma Rodgers and Jacob James have joined the fun as well. James made his very first start a winning effort as he held off Grimes to win the first heat race.

After that, the flying Grimes was on a mission. He piloted the #100 Kart to victories in both the second heat race and the 20 lap Main Event and was never really challenged. It's still a goal of the team to eventually move this talented young driver into a Sprint Car when he becomes old enough. Judging by the way he handles his Kart, he will do well.

James did a fine job of bringing his Kart home to second in his first feature start in this class. Having won Main Events in both the Beginners class and the Box Stocks, you would have to think he has a win within him in this division as well. DeBenedetti, meanwhile, brought it home to a respectable third.

Keaton Augustine is hoping for a little competition in the Box Stock class. The reigning champion won both of his heats and the Main Event and was never really challenged. However, Mikey Wheeler Jr was second, and it won't be a surprise to see him become more competitive and challenge Augustine in the weeks ahead. 2017 Beginners champion Malachi Johnson was eliminated in the heat race, but he too will be somebody to watch in the weeks ahead.

Moving over to the Beginners class, after dominating the division with two heat race wins and a Main Event triumph, it is possible that Albert Gill Jr may be bumped up to the Box. class. He clearly has the confidence in his ability that one would see from a driver moving up to the next level. Meanwhile, Top 3 2018 competitor Jayme DeBenedetti did a nice job of finishing second in the Beginners feature, which is her best finish to date. She won the final Novice feature of 2018.

It wasn't really planned to have a Novice race for the season opener until officials looked at the speed difference between some of the drivers in the heat races. A hastily scheduled Novice Main Event was put on the track. Bhaltaire Edwards was the champion last year, but it was felt that he might benefit from one more start in this class. He's clearly on the cusp of a move up, but it was interesting to see Urijah Boardman, who was making only his second start, do a pretty good job of keeping pace with Edwards in his second place finish.

Talia Colley and Saige King highlight exactly why the Novice class exists. These two girls were making their very first starts and were doing what many newcomers do. They ran the bottom at a slow and steady pace. It can be very intimidating for kids at five or six years old to jump into one of these Karts, and there have been a few occasions in the past three years where they decided they didn't even want to go on the track.

The Novice class is there to help the kids feel less intimidated by faster Karts coming up to lap them every couple of circuits. Colley ended up taking a checkered flag in third while King crossed the line in fourth. Word is that Caleb Ranney, who's likely to be in the Novice class again this year, could be seen in June.

There's a lot of history and pride associated with the Outlaw Kart program. There were over 30 Karts on hand for the show, which was one of the better turnouts for the class. There are several other drivers out there, and a count of over 40 Karts is very achievable. Could this happen in June? Time will tell, but little Southern Oregon Speedway is becoming a more interesting place to be on Friday nights. The June 14th and 21st programs should both be worth checking out.

Grimes, Ingle, Augustine, Comstock Win 
At Little Southern Oregon Speedway

White City, Oregon...May 10...Trevor Grimes opened the season at Little Southern Oregon Speedway with a win in the 20 lap 250 Kart Main Event Friday night. Grimes is the 2017 champion, and he finished second in the standings last season, though he won four Main Events. The night started off with Box Stock graduate Jacob James winning his very first heat race ahead of Grimes. Grimes turned the tables on James by holding him off to win the second heat race. Heat race points put the duo on the front row for the feature, and Grimes charged into the lead at the drop of the green flag. James settled into second ahead of a reigning champion Vinny DeBenedetti. The first yellow flag of the race waived on lap eight when Taylor Fuller spun in Turn 4. Fuller spun for another yellow flag a lap later, and Grimes continued to lead James and DeBenedetti on the restart. Fuller moved around Emma Rodgers for the fourth position on lap 12. Grimes set a rapid pace and lapped Rodgers late as he won ahead of James, DeBenedetti, Fuller and Rodgers.

The little track hosted its very first Flat Track Motorcycle race, and 69 year old Pro Rider Bobby Ingle won the Unlimited class 12 lap Main Event. In hot laps, Ingle crashed in Turn 2. He bounced back by winning his six lap heat race in front of Shawn Vernier. For the Main Event, Ingle raced into the lead with Vernier in close pursuit. As they exited Turn 4 to complete the second lap, the two touched wheels with Vernier crashing. He got up and continued racing as Collin Laeger settled into second ahead of Brooke Lozano. Ingle set a good pace and picked up the victory, followed by Laeger, Lozano, Alec Vernier and Shawn Vernier.

Laeger ran both the Unlimited class and the event for the 65 to 85 Flat Track Motorcycles, but because he moved up to run with the Unlimited class, he vacated his apparent win in the other Main Event. Brothers Christopher Raper and Devin Raper would finish first and second in the heat race and the Main Event. Devin Raper led his younger brother until the final lap when Christopher surprised him by making the pass and just beating him back to the finish line.

Albert Gill Jr won the 12 lap Beginners Box Stock Main Event. Gill scored a clean sweep as he won both heat races ahead of Jayme DeBenedetti. Gill, who was only making his sixth ever start, set a rapid pace and looked like a racer with more experience as he easily won the Main Event. DeBenedetti managed to hold onto a lead lap finish in second, followed by Isaac Grimes and Hunter Granger.

The newest of the new racers were moved into their own 10 lap Novice Beginners Box Stock Main Event, and reigning Novice champion Bhaltaire Edwards won their 10 lap Main Event. Edwards trailed Urijah Boardman for one lap before moving by for the lead. Edwards pulled away just a little bit, but Boardman started to close in on him by the midway point of the race. Boardman made good laps, and though Edwards was the winner, he was a much improved lead lap second. Talia Colley and Saige King were making their very first starts and set a steady pace at the back of the pack. Colley would finish third ahead of James, and both drivers took the checkered flag.

The Trikes made their very first visit to Little Southern Oregon Speedway, and Ryan Comstock won their 12 lap Main Event. Comstock won the six lap heat race ahead of Garrett Stookey. In the Main Event, Comstock charged into the lead ahead of Stookey and Ben Herbert. The five competitors ran closely throughout the 12 lap distance, and Herbert made a move around Stookey for the second position on lap six. Comstock would take the checkered flag in first, and Herbert held off the challenge of Stookey to finish second. Erin Melvin and Mike Burson completed the finishing order.

Keaton Augustine won the 12 lap Box Stock Main Event. The reigning champion kicked off his evening by out running Mikey Wheeler Jr to win both heat races and earned the pole for the Main Event. Wheeler was making his first start in the Box Stock class. The Main Event had a scratch when 2017 Beginners Box Stock champion Malachi Johnson spun in Turn 4 and was hit by 2016 Beginners Box Stock champion Kiley Grimes. Augustine raced into the lead and led all the way for the feature victory, followed by Wheeler and Grimes.

Mike Wheeler collected the hardware with a 12 lap feature victory in the UAS Speedway Karts. The 500 Open star won both heat races. His first win came ahead of Brenden Bartlett, and he outran past Yreka champion Ed Grubb to win the other heat. Attrition eliminated Larry Fuller, Steve Rambo and Nathan Augustine before the Main Event ever started. Wheeler took the lead from the start and won ahead of Grubb and Bartlett.

In a more exciting Four Cycle Flat Kart race, Brionna Fuller surprised her mother by passing her to win their 12 lap Main Event. Reigning UAS Speedway Kart champion Lori Fuller was driving the 4 Cycle Kart she ran for most of last season and won both of her heat races, the first ahead of Cody Bruckenstein and the second ahead of her daughter Brionna. Lori Fuller set the early Main Event pace ahead of Bruckenstein and Steve Rambo. Brionna Fuller leapt from fourth to second on lap five and made an inside pass in Turn 3 of the sixth lap to take the lead. Brionna Fuller would lead the rest of the way to collect the victory ahead of Lori Fuller, Rambo and Bruckenstein.

Brionna Fuller wasn't done with the Four Cycle race, she also won the 15 lap 500 Open Main Event. She won one of her heat races ahead of Brenden Bartlett and the other ahead of her brother Taylor Fuller. Brionna Fuller led the Main Event from start to finish with Taylor Fuller second and Bartlett finishing third.

Completing the packed program was the first visit from the Quads. Tyler Gove won the heat race ahead of John Creveling. On the warm-up lap, Bo Stanridge rolled his Quad on the backstretch and didn't run the race. He came back to run the Main Event, but Gove would win that race ahead of Stanridge and Creveling.

The next show at Little Southern Oregon Speedway will be Friday night and will offer all of these divisions. For further information, go to

Race Results
Beginners Box Stock
Heat 1a-Albert Gill Jr, Jayme DeBenedetti, Isaac Grimes, Hunter Granger, Bhaltair Edwards, Urijah Sanders, Talia Colley, Saige King.

Heat 2a-Albert Gill Jr, Jayme DeBenedetti, Bhaltair Edwards, Talia Colley, Saige King, Isaac Grimes, Hunter Grange, Urijah Sanders DNS.

Main Event-Albert Gill Jr, Jayme DeBenedetti, Isaac Grimes, Hunter Granger.

Novice Beginners Box Stock
Main Event-Bhaltair Edwards, Urijah Sanders, Talia Colley, Saige King

Box Stock
Heat 1a-Keaton Augustine, Mike Wheeler Jr, Kiley Grimes, Malachi Johnson.

Heat 2a-Keaton Augustine, Mike Wheeler Jr, Kiley Grimes, Malachi Johnson.

Main Event-Keaton Augustine, Mike Wheeler Jr, Kiley Grimes, Malachi Johnson DNS.

250 Intermediate
Heat 1a-Jacob James, Trevor Grimes, Taylor Fuller, Vinny DeBenedetti, Emma Rodgers.

Heat 2a-Trevor Grimes, Jacob James, Vinny DeBenedetti, Emma Rodgers, Taylor Fuller DNS.

Main Event-Trevor Grimes, Jacob James, Vinny DeBenedetti, Taylor Fuller, Emma Rodgers.

4 Cycle
Heat 1a-Lori Fuller, Cody Bruckenstein, Steve Rambo, Brionna Fuller.

Heat 2-Lori Fuller, Brionna Fuller, Steve Rambo, Cody Bruckenstein.

Main Event-Brionna Fuller, Lori Fuller, Cody Bruckenstein, Steve Rambo, Ashley Bruckenstein

500 Open
Heat 1a-Brionna Fuller, Brenden Bartlett, Taylor Fuller DNS.

Heat 2a-Brionna Fuller, Taylor Fuller, Brenden Bartlett.

Main Event-Brionna Fuller, Taylor Fuller, Brenden Bartlett.

UAS Speedway Karts
Heat 1a-Mike Wheeler, Brenden Bartlett, Steve Rambo, Ed Grubb, Larry Fuller DNS, Nathan Augustine DNS.

Heat 2a-Mike Wheeler, Ed Grubb, Brenden Bartlett, Steve Rambo, Larry Fuller, Nathan Augustine.

Main Event-Mike Wheeler, Ed Grubb, Brenden Bartlett, Steve Rambo DNS, Larry Fuller DNS, Nathan Augustine DNS.

Unlimited Flat Track Bikes
Heat-Bobby Ingle, Shawn Verneir, Collin Laeger, Alec Verneir, Brooke Lozano, Jason Lucas.

Main Event-Bobby Ingle, Collin Laeger, Brooke Lozano, Alec Verneir, Shawn Verneir.

Heat-Ryan Comstock, Garrett Stookey, Ben Herbert, Erin Melvin, Mike Burson.

Main Event-Ryan Comstock, Ben Herbert, Garrett Stookey, Erin Melvin, Mike Burson.

65-85 Flat Track Bikes
Heat-Christopher Raper, Devin Raper.

Main Event-Christopher Raper, Devin Raper.

Heat-Tyler Gove, John Creveling, Bo Stanridge.

Main Event-Tyler Gove, Bo Stanridge, John Creveling.