Monday, June 24, 2019

Winebarger Wins IMCA Modified Speedweek Race, Sanders, King Other Winners



Southern Oregon Speedway Racing Discussion
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Winebarger Wins Speedweek Race 
At Southern Oregon Speedway

White City, Oregon...June 22...Collen Winebarger scored a thrilling victory in the 35 lap IMCA Modified Main Event Saturday night at Southern Oregon Speedway. This was the second round of the eight-race IMCA Modified Wild West Speedweek Tour, and it was also the second consecutive $1,000 win in this race at this track for Winebarger. He made a late pass on race long leader Kellen Chadwick to steal the victory.

With 39 competitors signed in, the drivers were divided into four heats and would run two sets of heat races to determine points. The Top 8 point earners would go into a redraw to determine the first four rows of the Main Event. Track point leader Zach Fettinger gave an indication of the exciting racing to come when he made a last turn pass on Carl Berendsen II to win the very first heat race. Other Round A heat race winners were Travis Peery, Jesse Williamson and Jerry Flippo. Nick Trenchard, Ryan Lauer, Winebarger and Chadwick won the next round of heat races.

The Top 8 point earners from the heat races were Fettinger, Albert Gill, Peery, Ryan Lauer, Winebarger, Chadwick, Flippo and Williamson. Chadwick drew the pole for the Main Event with Winebarger lined up in the second row outside. With the first four rows set, two 15 lap B Mains and a 12 lap Last Chance Qualifier were run to determine the remainder of the 20 car Main Event lineup.

Jeffrey Hudson went flag-to-flag to win the first B Main. John Campos took over second on a lap 11 restart and would finish there ahead of Berendsen, Gray Ferrando and Mark Carrell. Coming off of his Yreka win a night earlier earlier, Nick Trenchard had to run the second B Main. He took the lead from Danny Lauer on the fifth lap and led the remaining laps for the win. California State champion Shane DeVolder finished second, followed by Danny Lauer, Lipke and Lawrence O'Connor. Only two spots were up for grabs in the Main Event via the Last Chance Qualifier race. Matthew Drager led Jesse Bailey for the entire distance to score the 1-2 finish. Jeffrey Faulkner, Dave Dusty Jr and Jerry Schram rounded out the Top 5.

The Main Event was destined to go with just one yellow flag slow down. Chadwick motored into the lead at the waving of the green flag ahead of Williamson and Winebarger. Winebarger made an inside pass in Turn 4 of the fourth lap to take second from Williamson, and Chadwick already held about a straightaway advantage. The yellow flag flew for Bailey on the backstretch on lap nine. Chadwick continued to set a blistering pace on the restart as Williamson slipped past Winebarger for second. Winebarger made a low pass on Williamson in Turn 4 a lap later to regain second. The side-by-side battle continued for two more laps as the duo exchanged the position, but Winebarger made the inside pass in Turn 4 of the 13th lap to settle the matter of second place. By then, Chadwick had pulled away from the pack yet again and held about a straightaway advantage. Winebarger begin to real in Chadwick when the leader caught slower traffic on lap 21. Winebarger moved in behind Chadwick by lap 28 and the battle was on. The two drivers crossed start-finish line on lap 33 in a dead heat, but Winebarger moved ahead on the inside as they exited Turn 2 a lap later. Winebarger went on to an impressive victory, followed by Chadwick, Williamson, Fettinger, Flippo, Hudson, Fernando, Campos, Drager and DeVolder.

The next IMCA Modified race at Southern Oregon Speedway will be Willamette Valley Bank night on July 20th. The IMCA Sport Modifieds will also be part of the show. For further information, go to www.southernoregonspeedway.com.

Race Results
IMCA Modifieds
Heat 1A-Zach Fettinger, Carl Berendsen II, Nick Trenchard, Grey Ferrando, John Campos, Albert Gill, Derek Young, Duane Orsburn, Mark Carrell, Jim Whisler.

Heat 1B-Travis Peery, Jimmy Lipke, Ryan Lauer, Jake Pike, Justin Faux, Jesse Bailey, Jantzen Knips, Steve Borror, Andy Freeman, Matthew Drager.

Heat 1C-Jesse Willamson, Jeffery Hudson, Jeremy Ohlde, Collen Winebarger, Jeff Faulkner, Lawrence O'Conner, Mike George, Jerry Schram, Ray Kniffen Jr, David Satterfield.

Heat 1D-Jerry Flippo, Kellen Chadwick, Shane DeVolder, Danny Lauer, Paul Rea, Eston Whisler, Dave Duste Jr, Galen Hainline, Bo Sheilds.

Heat 2A-Nick Trenchard, Albert Gill, John Campos, Duane Orsburn, Zach Fettinger, Derek Young, Grey Ferrando, Carl Berendsen II, Mark Carrell, Jim Whisler.

heat 2B-Ryan Lauer, Travis Peery, Jesse Bailey, Matthew Drager, Jake Pike, Steve Borror, Jantzen Knips, Jimmy Lipke, Justin Faux, Andy Freeman.

Heat 2C-Collen Winebarger, Jeff Faulkner, Jeffery Hudson, Jesse Willamson, Jeremy Ohlde, Jerry Schram, Mike George, Ray Kniffen Jr, Lawrence O'Conner, David Satterfield.

Heat 2D-Kellen Chadwick, Danny Lauer, Jerry Flippo, Shane DeVolder, Galen Hainline, Paul Rea, Eston Whisler, Dave Duste Jr, Bo Sheilds.

B Main 1-Jeffrey Hudson, John Campos, Carl Berendsen, Grey Ferrando, Mark Carrell, Matthew Drager, Dave Duste Jr, Derick Young, Jantzen Knips, Eston Whisler, Jeff Faulkner, Mike George, Steve Borror, David Satterfield, Jimmy Whisler, Jake Pike.

B Main 2-Nick Trenchard, Shane DeVolder, Danny Lauer, Jimmy Lipke, Lawrence O’Connor, Jesse Bailey, Duane Orsburn, Justin Foux, Paul Rea, Jerry Schram, Galen Hainline, Jeremy Ohlde, Ray Kniffen Jr, Bo Shields, Andy Freeman.

Last Chance Qualifier-Matthew Drager, Jesse Bailey, Jeff Faulkner, Paul Rea, Jerry Schram, Derick Young, Jeremy Ohlde, Jantzen Knips, Andy Freeman, Galen Hainline, Duane Orsburn, Dave Duste Jr, Jake Pike, Justin Faux, Mike George, Steve Borror DNS, Eston Whisler DNS, Ray Kniffen Jr DNS, Bo Shields DNS, Jimmy Whisler DNS.

A Main-1. Collen Winebarger, Kellen Chadwick, Jesse Williamson, Zach Fettinger, Jerry Flippo, Jeffrey Hudson, Grey Ferrando, John Campos, Matthew Drager, Shane DeVolder, Nick Trenchard, Jimmy Lipke, Carl Berendsen II, Mark Carrell, Jesse Bailey, Lawrence O’Connor, Travis Peery, Albert Gill, Danny Lauer, Ryan Lauer.


Sanders Wins IMCA Sport Modified Race 
At Southern Oregon Speedway

White City, Oregon...June 22...Isaac Sanders won the 20 lap IMCA Sport Modified Main Event Saturday night at Southern Oregon Speedway. He took the lead from Branden Wilson early in the event and then held off his brother Matt Sanders for the victory. Isaac becomes the third different winner in four races.

There were 23 Sport Modifieds on hand for the show, but after tech, Jantzen Knips was bumped up to the IMCA Modified class and Yreka racer Randy Wright had mechanical issues prior to the heat races. There were three eight lap heat races, and wins went to Branden Wilson, point leader Jorddon Braaten and Yreka star Ryder Boswell.

Brian Knorr and Wilson had the front row for the race with Isaac Sanders starting back in seventh. Turn 2 proved to be tricky as three separate restarts were caused due two yellow flags for Ryder Boswell, Chad Wormington and Chris Silva. Knorr led the opening lap over Wilson and Isaac Sanders before another yellow flag waved for a tangle between Willie McFall, Joby Shields and Danny Rule. Silva received a black flag for two yellow flags after spinning in Turn 2 on the next restart. Wilson raced past Knorr for the lead when the action resumed, and Isaac Sanders quickly settled into second ahead of Mike Medel. Sanders took the lead from Wilson just as Johnsen moved past Medel for third on lap 5. However, Johnson surrendered third to Matt Sanders on lap seven. Matt Sanders made a low pass in Turn 4 of the 10th lap to take second from Wilson. A lap later, Wilson spun into the Turn 4 infield as the race continued. Braaten started back in ninth and was third at that point. The yellow flag waved on lap 14 when Ryder Boswell lost a wheel. Isaac Sanders continued to lead with Matt Sanders, Braaten and Brent Curran running nose to tail behind him. Isaac Sanders hit all of his marks and brought it home to a satisfying win. Matt Sanders settled for second, followed by Braaten, Curran, Johnson, Medel, Knorr, Donald Bandfield, Colt Boswell and Billy Richey.

The IMCA Sport Modifieds will return to action along with the IMCA Modifieds on Willamette Valley Bank Night on July 20th. For further information, go to www.southernoregonspeedway.com.

Race Results
IMCA Sport Modifieds
Heat 1-Branden Wilson, Ethan Killingsworth, Donald Bandfield, Isaac Sanders, Brent Curran, Danny Rule, Jesse Skidmore, Chad Wormington.

Heat 2-Ryder Boswell, Mike Medel, Matt Sanders, Colt Boswell, Billy Richey, Willie McFall.

Heat 3-Jorddon Braaten, Brian Knorr, Steve Lysinger, Brian Johnsen, Joby Shields, Michael Rule, Chris Silva.

Main Event-Isaac Sanders, Matt Sanders, Jorddon Braaten, Brent Curran, Brian Johnsen, Mike Medel, Brian Knorr, Donald Bandfield, Colt Boswell, Billy Richey, Steve Lysinger, Danny Rule, Chad Wormington, Jesse Skidmore, Ryder Boswell, Branden Wilson, Joby Shields, Ethan Killingsworth, Willie McFall, Chris Silva, Michael Rule.


King Scores Dwarf Car Victory At Southern Oregon Speedway

White City, Oregon...June 22...Josh King picked up the win in the 20 lap Southern Oregon Dwarf Car Main Event Saturday night Southern Oregon Speedway. The three-time reigning champion led most of the way and held off two-time champion Brock Peters for the win.

There were 21 Dwarf Car competitors on hand for this show, and Peters, Camden Robustelli and King won their respective eight lap heat races. Peters outran King to win the six lap A Dash, and ageless veteran Fred Hay held off Cody Peters to win the six lap B Dash.

Looking for his second Southern Oregon Speedway win of the season, Camden Robustelli led the opening lap, but he spun in Turn 2 for a yellow flag. Robustelli restarted at the rear of the pack as King led Peters and Chad Cardoza on the restart. A lap four yellow flag waved for rookie Trevor Davis in Turn 1 of the fourth lap. King maintained his advantage on the restart as Cardoza took second from Peters. A high pass in Turn 1 of the 10th lap gained Peters second, and he set his sights on King. Ryan Smith took third from Cardoza on lap 12. The resurgent Robustelli also got by Cardoza for the fourth position. Despite the pressure from Peters, King drove a great race and scored the well earned victory. Smith settled for third, followed by Robustelli, Hay, Cody Peters, Jesse Lorentz, Chad Cardoza, Mason Lewman and Kaycee Sheeler.

The Southern Oregon Dwarf Cars will return on July 20th as part of Willamette Valley Bank Night. Their next series race will be at Coos Bay Speedway this Saturday night. For further information, go to www.sodca.net or www.southernoregonspeedway.com.

Race Results
SODCA Dwarf Cars
SODCA Dwarf Cars
Heat 1-Brock Peters, Chad Cardoza, Fred Hay,  Jesse Lorentz,  Mark Nielson, Ryan Smith, Trevor Davis.

Heat 2-Camden Robustelli,  Mason Lewman, Paul Haslow, Kaycee Sheeler, Ashleigh Strain, Joe Sanders, Sean Trujillo DNS.

Heat 3-Josh King, Steve Walker, Cody Peters, Michael Johnson, Dan Penland, Reggie Ayers DNS.

A Dash-Brock Peters, Josh King, Camden Robuste.li, Chad Cardoza, Steve Walker, Mason Lewman.

B Dash-Fred Hay, Cody Peters, Jesse Lorentz, Michael Johnson, Paul Haslow,Kaycee Sheeler.

Main Event-Josh King, Brock Peters, Ryan Smith, Camden Robustelli, Fred Hay, Cody Peters, Jesse Lorentz, Chad Cardoza, Mason Lewman, Kaycee Sheeler, Paul Haslow, Mark Nielson, Ashleigh Strain, Dan Penland, Joe Sanders, Michael Johnson, Trevor Davis, Steve Walker, Sean Trujillo, Reggie Ayers DNS.

Sunday, June 23, 2019

Collen Winebarger Wins At Southern Oregon Speedway In Closing Laps


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Collen Winebarger Wins 
At Southern Oregon Speedway In Closing Laps

By Ben Deatherage
White City, Oregon- Night two of the 2019 Wild West Modified Shootout brought the series to Southern Oregon Speedway on Saturday, June 22nd. Thirty-nine cars filled the pit area representing the states of Oregon, California, Nevada, Washington, and North Dakota as well as the Canadian province of British Columbia.

Oakley, California’s Kellen Chadwick took full advantage of his inside front row starting position in the main event. Chadwick took to the lead early and remained there for the vast majority of the distance of the race. Kellen was cruising right along until the culminating laps when he would be briefly barricaded by traffic.

Collen Winebarger, of Corbett, managed to cut down Chadwick’s lead and for the first time in the feature put significant pressure on the leader. The two would battle briefly until lap thirty-three when Winebarger edged himself out in front.

Collen Winebarger went on to win the main event and defend his victory at SOS from the year before. It is the fourth overall occasion that he has best a field with the Wild West Modified Shootout. For the first two races of the 2019 WWMS season the defending race winner has emerged victorious.

Kellen Chadwick was a respectable second while closing out the podium, in third, was Eugene chauffeur Jesse Williamson, racing for car owner Jerry Schram. Zach Fettinger, of Klamath Falls, was an impressive fourth place while Bakersfield, California’s Jerry Flippo posted a fifth in his first career feature start.

Earlier in the program Jeffrey Hudson, of Keno and racing for car owner Don Roemer, and Klamath Falls native Nick Trenchard, piloting the Rich and Nicky Biehn owned entry, were the two drivers to cross the wire first in the two B Mains while Albany’s Matthew Drager got the job done in the Last Chance Qualifier. Heat race winners in the first round were Zach Fettinger, Williston, North Dakota driver Travis Peery, Jesse Williamson, and Jerry Flippo. In the second dose of heats Trenchard, Santa Maria, California pilot Ryan Lauer, Collen Winebarger, and Kellen Chadwick were the victors.

The Wild West Modified Shootout next head to Coos Bay Speedway on June 23rd being billed as the “Sunday Gambler”. Pit Gates open at 10:00 AM, Front Gates Noon, and as stated above Racing at 2:00 PM. Tickets are Adults $12.00, Senior/Military/Child (7-17) $10.00, and Kids (6 & Under) FREE. For more information log on to www.coosbayspeedway.us or purchase your tickets online at boxoffice.diamondticketing.com/coosbay/tickets .

Don’t forget that Passmaster Stickers are still on sale. The winner of the Passmaster award is the driver that passes the most cars in the main events during the entire week and receives every single dollar of the money from sticker sold. You can make sticker purchases either in person at any of the races or online at finshline.graphics .

As has been the case for the last few Wild West Modified Shootouts the fine folks at Speed Shift TV will be providing live lap-to-lap coverage of every single round. Be sure and stay tuned to the Wild West Modified Shootout Facebook page for the latest news and updates.

2019 IMCA Wild West Modified Shootout Schedule
Friday, June 21st-Siskiyou Motor Speedway-Yreka, California (Nick Trenchard)
Saturday, June 22nd-Southern Oregon Speedway-White City, Oregon (Collen Winebarger)
Sunday, June 23rd-Coos Bay Speedway-Coos Bay, Oregon
Monday, June 24th-Cottage Grove Speedway-Cottage Grove, Oregon
Tuesday, June 25th-Cottage Grove Speedway-Cottage Grove, Oregon
Wednesday, June 26th-Sunset Speedway Park-Banks, Oregon
Thursday, June 27th-Travel Date/Driver Appreciation Party presented by FinishLine Graphics
Friday, June 28th-Willamette Speedway-Lebanon, Oregon
Saturday, June 29th-Willamette Speedway-Lebanon, Oregon

Race Results:
Wild West Modified Shootout Round #2
Saturday, June 22nd, 2019
Southern Oregon Speedway
White City, Oregon

Heat Race Winners:
Round 1
Group A- Zach Fettinger
Group B- Travis Peery
Group C- Jesse Williamson
Group D- Jerry Flippo

Round 2
Group A- Nick Trenchard
Group B- Ryan Lauer
Group C- Collen Winebarger
Group D- Kellen Chadwick

B Feature 1: 1. Jeffrey Hudson; 2. John Campos; 3. Carl Berendsen; 4. Grey Ferrando; 5. Mark Carrell; 6. Matthew Drager; 7. Dave Duste Jr.; 8. Derick Young; 9. Jantzen Knips; 10. Eston Whisler; 11. Jeff Faulkner; 12. Mike George; 13. Steve Borrer; 14. David Satterfield; 15. Jimmy Whisler; 16. Jake Pike

B Feature 2: 1. Nick Trenchard; 2. Shane Devolder; 3. Danny Lauer; 4. Jimmy Lipke; 5. Lawrence O’Connor; 6. Jesse Bailey; 7. Duane Orsburn; 8. Justin Foux; 9. Paul Rea; 10. Jerry Schram; 11. Galen Hainline; 12. Jeremy Ohlde; 13. Ray Kniffen Jr.; 14. Bo Shields; 15. Andy Freeman

Last Chance Qualifier: 1. Matthew Drager; 2. Jesse Bailey; 3. Jeff Faulkner; 4. Paul Rea; 5. Jerry Schram; 6. Derick Young; 7. Jeremy Ohlde; 8. Jantzen Knips; 9. Andy Freeman; 10. Galen Hainline; 11. Duane Orsburn; 12. Dave Duste Jr.; 13. Jake Pike; 14. Justin Faux; 15. Mike George; 16. Steve Borrer; DNS Eston Whisler; DNS Ray Kniffen Jr.; DNS Bo Shields; DNS Jimmy Whisler

A Feature: 1. Collen Winebarger; 2. Kellen Chadwick; 3. Jesse Williamson; 4. Zach Fettinger; 5. Jerry Flippo; 6. Jeffrey Hudson; 7. Grey Ferrando; 8. John Campos; 9. Matthew Drager; 10. Shane Devolder; 11. Nick Trenchard; 12. Jimmy Lipke; 13. Carl Berendsen; 14. Mark Carrell; 15. Jesse Bailey; 16. Lawrence O’Connor; 17. Travis Peery; 18. Albert Gill; 19. Danny Lauer; 20. Ryan Lauer


Winebarger Wins Thrilling IMCA Modified Race 
At Southern Oregon Speedway

White City, Oregon...June 22...Collin Winebarger won a thrilling 35 lap IMCA Modified Main Event Saturday night at Southern Oregon Speedway.  Winebarger is the defending race champion, and he made a late pass on Kellen Chadwick for the impressive victory.  Chadwick led from the start with Winebarger running second.  The only yellow flag waved on lap ten, and Chadwick pulled out to a big lead when the race continued. 

When Chadwick caught slower traffic around lap 26, Winebarger closed in quickly.  They crossed the line on lap 33 in a dead heat, and Winebarger moved ahead as they exited Turn 2. Winebarger led the final two laps for the well-earned victory  Chadwick settled for second ahead of Jesse Williamson, track point leader Zach Fettinger and Jerry Flippo.

Isaac Sanders won the 20 lap IMCA Sport Modified Main Event.  Branden Wilson took the lead on a lap two restart and held it for three laps before Isaac Sanders took over.  Wilson spun into the Turn 4 infield on lap seven as Matt Sanders moved into second.  Jorddon Braaten gained third on lap ten, and a lap 16. yellow flag bunched the field.  Matt Sanders challenged his brother Issac Sanders for the reamining laps, but Isaac kept his cool for the impessive win.  Braaten, Brent Curran and Brian Johnsen completed the Top 5.

Josh King won the 20 lap SODCA Dwarf Car Main Event.  King is the three-time reigning series champion, and he gained the lead after Camden Robustelli spun in Turn 2 for a lap two yellow flag.  Brock Peters and Chad Cardoza had a good battle going for second until Peters finally grabbed the postion for good on lap ten.  As King caught slower traffic on the white flag lap, Peters made a serious challenge for the lead.  However, King kept his cool and kept Peters behind him at the checkered flag.  Ryan Smith finished third ahead of Robustelli and Fred Hay.

Racing returns next Saturday night with the Kendall Oil Winged Sprint Cars, Bobbio's Pizza Mini Stocks, JOAT Labs Hornets, Valley Store All late Model Lites and OTRO Hardtops.  For further information, go to www.southernoregonspeedway.com.

Unofficial Race Results
IMCA Modified Speedweek
Round 1 Heat Winners (10 Laps)-Zach Fettinger, Travis Pee.kry, Jesse Williamson, Jerry Fllippo.  Round 2 Heat Winners (10 Laps)-Nick Trenchard, Ryan Lauer, Collin Winebarger, Kellen Chadwick.  B Main 1 (25 Laps)-Jeffrey Hudson, John Campos, Carl Berendsen II.  B Main 2 (15 Laps)-Nick Trenchard, Shane DeVolder, Danny Lauer.  Last Chance Qualifier (10 Laps)-Matthew Drager, Jesse Bailey, Jeffrey Faulkner.   Main Event (30 Laps)-Collen Winebarger, Kellen Chadwick, Jesse Williamson, Zach Fettinger, Jerry Flippo.

IMCA Sport Modifieds
Heat Winners (8 Laps)-Branden Wilson, Ryder Boswell, Jorddon Baaten.  Main Event (20 Laps)-Isaac Sanders, Matt Sanders, Jorddon Braaten, Brent Curran, Mike Medel.

SODCA Dwarf Cars
Heat Winners (8 Laps)-Brock Peters, Camden Robustelli, Josh King.  A Dash (6 Laps)-Brock Peters.  B Dash (6 Laps)-Fred Hay.  Main Event (20 laps)-Josh King, Brock Peters, Ryan Smith, Camden Robustelli, Fred Hay.

Saturday, June 22, 2019

Fuller, Taylor, Herbert, DeBenedetti Win At Little Southern Oregon Speedway


Fuller, Taylor, Herbert, DeBenedetti Win 
At Little Southern Oregon Speedway

White City, Oregon...June 21...Taylor Fuller won his first 20 lap 250 Kart Main Event Friday night at Little Southern Oregon Speedway. The program had over 50 competitors across several different Kart and Motorcycle classes. Once again, Trevor Taylor won three different Flat Track Bike features, and Ben Herbert was also a double winner in Quads and Big Trikes.

After both Trevor Grimes and reigning champion Vinny DeBenedetti were heat race winners, it was Taylor Fuller setting the pace at the start of the 250 Kart Main Event. A yellow flag flew on lap nine after Grimes and DeBenedetti bumped wheels with Grimes spinning. Fuller continued to lead DeBenedetti and Cadyn Smith, and they ran in that order until DeBenedetti pitted unexpectedly off the back stretch on lap 18. Fuller brought it home to an impressive victory ahead of Smith. Jacob James made a bid to take second from Smith in the last turn, only to lose third to a Grimes inside pass in the process. James settled for fourth ahead of Emma Rodgers and DeBenedetti.

Trevor Taylor won the Open, 450cc and 250cc Flat Track Bike Main Events. Taylor took the lead at the start of the Open Bike feature ahead of Theo Lount and Mya Maffei. Maffei took second from Lount with a backstretch pass on lap four and closed in quickly on Taylor. She made a few attempts to get by on the outside, but Taylor would prevail at the checkered flag. Maffei settled for second ahead of Lount.

Taylor also led all the way to win the 450cc Bike feature with Lount finishing second. Taylor won the 250 Bike race with Maffei running close all the way to the checkered flag. Lount finished third in that race.

Though Trevor Taylor won the Open Bike heat race, Lount won the 450 Bike heat and Maffei won the 250 Bike heat. Brody Taylor won the Small Bike heat race and then outran Jax Taylor to win that division's Main Event.

Ben Herbert won the 12 lap Big Trike Main Event. Herbert trailed Ryan Comstock for a few laps before making the move into the lead. The two ran closely for a while before Herbert went on to Victory ahead of Comstock. Garrett Stookey battled Mike Burson Sr to finish third as Robert Hicks finished fifth. Herbert also won the heat race. Cassidy Craviotto broke an axle and took a tamble off the back stretch in that race. Herbert went flag-to-flag to win the 12 lap Quad feature ahead of Mike Burson Sr and Robert Hicks. Burson made a last-lap pass on Herbert to win the heat race.

Garrett Stookey won the 12 lap Small Trike Main Event. Michael Burson Jr led a pair of laps before being overtaken by Stookey. Ryan Comstock quickly moved into second and began a battle with Stookey that lasted for the duration of the race. Stookey would prevail ahead of Comstock, Andrew Wheaton, Michael Burson Jr, Joel Redfield, Elias Wheaton and Mikayla Burson. Redfield and Comstock were the heat race winners.

Jayme DeBenedetti won the 12 lap Beginners Box Stock Main Event. Double heat race winner Isaac Grimes raced into the early Main Event lead ahead of DeBenedetti. After a lap two yellow flag for Talia Colley, DeBenedetti assumed the lead from Grimes. DeBenedetti led through a pair of yellow flags. Caleb Ranney made an inside pass in Turn 2 on lap 11 to get second from Grimes, and DeBenedetti won ahead of Ranney, Grimes, Colley, Saige King and Edwards.

Keaton Augustine went flag-to-flag to win the 15 lap Box Stock Main Event. Augustine won both heat races for a clean sweep. Yreka point leader Hunter Granger was an early second before being passed by Malachi Johnson on lap four. Johnson finished second ahead of Kiley Grimes and Granger.

Larry Fuller won the UAS Speedway Kart 12 lap Main Event. Fuller led the entire distance for the impressive win. Ed Grubb finished second, followed by Kenny Boardman, Brianna Fuller, Lori Fuller and Steve Rambo. Heat race wins went to Larry Fuller and Grubb.

The next race at Little Southern Oregon Speedway will happen on July 5th. All of the divisions featured tonight will be part of the show. For further information, go to www.southernoregonspeedway.com.

Friday, June 21, 2019

Third Annual Cascade Wingless Sprint Car Challenge Comes To Southern Oregon Speedway August 3rd



Third Annual Cascade Wingless Sprint Car Challenge 
Comes To Southern Oregon Speedway August 3rd

White City, Oregon...Southern Oregon Speedway will be hosting the biggest Wingless 360 Sprint Car race in Oregon once again. It's the Third Annual Cascade Wingless 360 Sprint Car Challenge race, presented by Herz Precision Parts. The race will pay $3,500 to win, the second place finisher will receive $1,500, third is $1,000 and it's a minimum of $250 to start the Main Event.

Mike McCann of KJE Enterprises is in his fourth season as promoter of the 3/10 mile clay oval track. McCann has been known as a Sprint Car promoter throughout his decorated career, having started the Sprint Car racing programs currently happening at Cottage Grove Speedway and Marysville Raceway in California back when he promoted the two establishments. He is also the founder of the Oregon Double Shot Series that had a good run in the late 1990s and into the next decade.

McCann felt very strongly that the Medford area track would be perfect for a big Wingless 360 Sprint Car race which will run rules very similar to the ones used by the USAC West Coast 360 Sprint Cars. When Mark Herz came on board with Herz Precision Parts as the title sponsor, the race was first held in August of 2017. Some fast competitors came from California and Oregon that year, but when the checkered flag waved, it was "The Human Highlight Reel" Geoff Ensign grabbing the rich victory. Cody Fendley enjoyed one of his best ever runs in an injected Sprint Car as he held off past Wingless champion Kyle Miller to place second.

Last season, Ensign saw a strong early challenge from past Antioch and Petaluma Winged Sprint Car champion Shawn Arriaga, but Arriaga's run ended when he contacted the front wall and flipped. Much like Ensign, Arriaga is anticipated again this year. Local standout Jeffrey Hudson took the wings off of his Sprint Car and promptly held off Wingless Sprint Series title contender Lindsay Barney for the $1,500 second prize. Though he has been running an IMCA Modified this season, Hudson has said that he intends to run the big Wingless show.

The format will call for qualifying individually on the clock. There's a $100 prize for the fast timer, and the Top 2 qualifiers can bypass the heat races and head straight to the Scramble. The Top 2 heat race finishers will make it into the Scramble, which will determine the first few rows of the 30 lap Main Event.

They don't get the opportunity to run very many big Wingless 360 Sprint Car races in Oregon, so there are teams who circle their calendar every year and make plans to show up. This year's race will happen on August 3rd. It will also be Hays Oil Night at the races. Hays Oil, which brings the Sunoco Racing Fuel to the speedway each week, has been a big supporter of Sprint Car racing at Southern Oregon Speedway through the years.

A field of at least 15 to 20 competitors is anticipated for the big event. Entry for car and driver is $80, while pit passes for the crew are $30. Pit sign in is at 4:00 pm. Camping is allowed in the pits, though there are no hookups. For further information, go to www.southernoregonspeedway.com.  Downloadable flier available at http://www.southernoregonspeedway.com/cascade.pdf.

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Thursday, June 20, 2019

Southern Oregon Speedway Ready For Traditional Saturday Wild West Modified Sopeedweek Date On June 22nd



Southern Oregon Speedway Racing Discussion
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Southern Oregon Speedway Ready For Traditional Saturday Wild West Modified Sopeedweek Date On June 22nd

By Ben Deatherage
White City, Oregon- The second scheduled round of the 2019 IMCA Wild West Modified Shootout is to be held at Southern Oregon Speedway on Saturday, June 22nd.  It is a familiar battleground to many as it has been a staple on every WWMS schedule, except for 2014.  SOS over the years has opened and closed many speedweeks, but since 2017 the track has taken the role as the subsequent race to the opening round.  But one fact that has remained unchanged is that it has always been ran on a Saturday.

Saturday marks the eighth WWMS event at SOS and in the previous seven features there have been six different winners.  Jesse Williamson is the only repeat victor, with two trips to victory lane, while Ryan Gaylord, Danny Lauer, Brian Poppa, Anthony Restad, and most recently Collen Winebarger have gotten the job done once. In 2019 local competition Bobby Hogge, Jeffery Hudson, and Jesse Bailey have all accumulated one win to their credit.

Front Gates open at 5:00 PM with Racing kicking off at 7:00 PM. Tickets are $15.00 for General Admission, Veterans/Juniors (7-12) $10.00, and Kids (6 & Under) FREE. For additional information log on to www.southernoregonspeedway.com.

As has been the case for the past few Wild West Modified Shootouts the fine folks at Speed Shift TV will be providing live lap-to-lap coverage of every single round. Be sure and stay tuned to the Wild West Modified Shootout Facebook page for the latest news and updates.

2019 IMCA Wild West Modified Shootout Schedule
Friday, June 21st-Siskiyou Motor Speedway-Yreka, California
Saturday, June 22nd-Southern Oregon Speedway-White City, Oregon
Sunday, June 23rd-Coos Bay Speedway-Coos Bay, Oregon
Monday, June 24th-Cottage Grove Speedway-Cottage Grove, Oregon
Tuesday, June 25th-Cottage Grove Speedway-Cottage Grove, Oregon
Wednesday, June 26th-Sunset Speedway Park-Banks, Oregon
Thursday, June 27th-Travel Date/Driver Appreciation Party presented by FinishLine Graphics
Friday, June 28th-Willamette Speedway-Lebanon, Oregon
Saturday, June 29th-Willamette Speedway-Lebanon, Oregon

Past Wild West Modified Shootout Winners At Southern Oregon Speedway
2011- Brian Poppa on June 18th
2012- Jesse Williamson on June 16th
2013- Anthony Restad on June 22nd
2015- Jesse Williamson on June 13th
2016- Ryan Gaylord on June 11th
2017- Danny Lauer on June 24th
2018- Collen Winebarger on June 23rd

Former IMCA Wild West Modified Shootout Champions
2011- Brian Poppa
2012- Jesse Williamson
2013- Jesse Williamson
2014- Alex Stanford
2015- Jesse Williamson
2016- Kellen Chadwick
2017- Jesse Williamson
2018- John Campos

All-Time IMCA Wild West Modified Shootout Win List
Jesse Williamson- 12
Alex Stanford- 6
Kellen Chadwick- 4
Brian Poppa
Ethan Dotson-3
Nick Trenchard
Collen Winebarger
Travis Peery-2
Ken Schrader
Mark Wauge
John Campos- 1
Mark Carrell
Ryan Gaylord
Braedon Hand
Danny Lauer
Scott Lenz
Brad Martin
Anthony Restad
Wade Taylor
Grey Ferrando
Bricen James

Former Southern Oregon Speedway Modified Track Champions
1996- Tom Glover
1997- Dennis Silva
1998- Tom Glover
1999- Don Estremado
2000- Mark Wauge
2001- Jay Hinton Jr.
2002- Jon DeBenedetti
2003- Jeremy Richey
2004- Brad Alfrey
2005- Mark Wauge
2006- Brian Poppa
2007- Mark Wauge
2008- Justin Holt
2009- Mark Wauge
2010- Travis Peery
2011- Mark Wauge
2012- Mark Wauge
2013- Dustin Knight
2014- Albert Gill
2015- Albert Gill
2016- Mark Wauge
2017- Jesse Bailey
2018- Albert Gill


Wild West IMCA Modified Speedweek Series Comes 
To Southern Oregon Speedway

White City, Oregon...Southern Oregon Speedway is set for another big event this Saturday night. The IMCA Modified Wild West Speedweek Series is coming to town, and that means there will be a bigger field of competitors in the class. Joining them on the card will be the IMCA Sport Modifieds and Southern Oregon Dwarf Cars. It's sure to be another exciting event.

This is the ninth season for the popular Speedweek Series. It was created as a means to bring together some of the top competitors on the West Coast in the spirit of good competition. They will compete in eight different events in a nine race span at six different race tracks. After the final race at Willamette Speedway, they will crown a champion of the week-long series.

The Speedweek Series was kicked off in 2011 with Medford star Brian Poppa winning the championship. In three of the next four years, Jesse Williamson emerged with the championship, interrupted only in 2014 by Chowchilla, California's Alex Stanford. The last three seasons have seen the championship honors go to Oakley, California's Kellen Chadwick in 2016, Williamson for the fourth time in 2017 and last season to John Campos.

The format calls for two sets of heat races with the starting lineup for the first heat race inverted for the second heat. Drivers earn finishing and passing points to determine who makes it into the show and who is forced to run B Mains and Last Chance Qualifiers, if necessary. Just making it into the show can be a challenge, and this also plays into the track's own championship battle.

Going into each season, the racers know that the Speedweek race and Labor Day Weekend's special R Charles Snyder Salute will have a huge impact on the track championship. With the increase in top name drivers coming from out of town, just making it into the show and therefore earning points can be a challenge. After three races, feature wins have been earned by Jeffrey Hudson, Bobby Hogge IV and Jesse Bailey. Fettinger currently leads the standings by two points ahead of rookie Justin Foux and six in front of Preston Jones. Reigning champion Albert Gill and Bailey are within 11 points of the lead. This will be the first test for the local racers.

Last season, Collen Winebarger scored the Speedweek victory at Southern Oregon Speedway. Winebarger, along with Williamson and Campos, made it a close Speedweek championship race last year before Campos emerged with the title. Winebarger has done well in the Southern Oregon Speedway race with third place finishes in 2017 and 2016 and a fourth in 2015. He's looking forward to coming to town and making a run at his second-straight victory. Williamson and Campos are sure to make their presence known. Chadwick will be back to make a run at another Speedweek crown, and the car count could reach into the 30s in this division alone.

Car count has been on the rise in the IMCA Sport Modified division, prompting some of the racers to lobby to be included in the entire Speedweek Series. Southern Oregon Speedway has remained supportive of the class and included them in the show for the past three seasons. Point leader Jorddon Braaten has the hot hand coming into the night after posting back-to-back clean sweep efforts. His win last week came ahead of Isaac Sanders, and it's Matt Sanders running second to Braaten in the standings by 10 points. Rookie Wyatt Westfall is surprising a few people as he holds down third in the standings.

Saturday's race could see an increase in drivers in the IMCA Sport Modified division as well. Jantzen Knips had a strong effort last week with a third place finish, while two-time reigning champion Mike Medel had his best effort of the year in fifth. Both will be looking to get the win this week, and others to keep an eye on include Branden Wilson, Willie McFall, Rich McCoy and Braxton Possinger.

The Southern Oregon Dwarf Cars round out what is sure to be an action-packed evening. Feature winners so far this year at Southern Oregon Speedway include two-time champion Brock Peters and Camden Robustelli. These two drivers come in as favorites to win, but three-time reigning champion Josh King has been on a roll with wins in Yreka, Willamette and Winnemucca, Nevada already this year. Beating this trio will be difficult, but ageless veteran Fred Hay, Chad Cardoza, Kalvin Morton and Jesse Lorentz will be among those hoping to get the job done.

To those looking for more racing, there is another full lineup of Outlaw Karts and Flat Track Motorcycles at the little track on Friday. The gates will open there at 5 p.m. with the first race starting at 7 pm. $10 gets you pit access and a bleacher seat.

On Saturday, the IMCA Wild West Speedweek Series show will see the gates open at 5 with the first race starting at 7. General Admission Adult tickets are $15 with Seniors, Juniors and Children 7 to 12 $10. Children 6 and under are free. For further information, go to www.southernoregonspeedway.com.


Pit Stops

Due to the lateness in which this column is being written, we're going to be a little bit briefer than usual. We are trying to keep our deadline and have been fighting that battle all week.

Southern Oregon Speedway had a test last Saturday night. It was what we call a kitchen sink event. Seven of the ten divisions that get rotated in the lineup were all competing, meaning it was a full program of racing. Conservatively, a car count of somewhere between 70 to 80 cars was anticipated, but there ended up being 93 drivers for the show. While track officials were able to keep the show moving and keep cars on the race track, other factors slowed it down.

Track conditions were a little bit challenging for some of the racers, resulting in yellow flags and making the show go later and later. The fans who hung in there were treated to some really good racing by the time the Late Models, IMCA Modifieds and Kendall Oil Winged Sprint Cars rolled onto the track. Even the IMCA Sport Modifieds put on a good show as Jorddon Braaten came from the sixth row to get the lead, putting on a passing clinic.

It seems like every time the IMCA Modifieds are called upon to run a fast and exciting program, they do just that. In this case, it was a battle between 2017 champion Jesse Bailey and three-time reigning champion Albert Gill. Gill was never quite able to attempt a pass on Bailey, but he ran with him in a race that had a complete restart and then no yellow flags after that. Third place went to division rookie Jimmy Lipke, who has been a star and champion in Yreka in the IMCA Sport Modifieds. He is adapting quite well to this division.

With a couple of the championship contenders opting to go elsewhere, other racers are more than willing to step up and be counted. Being a championship contender with IMCA can be a blessing and a curse. The bad part is your high average will put you deeper in the pack, which is where Zack Fettinger found himself at the start. He was able to get as far as fifth behind Jeremy Ohlde. The finish was still good enough to move Fettinger into the lead in the standings by two points ahead of rookie Justin Foux, who finished sixth. Only one point behind Foux is Preston Jones, while Gill is now ten points out of the lead, making this a close battle.

It's been highlighted that the Wild West Speedweek format makes it a challenge for the local point competitors, as does the R Charles Snyder Salute that will take place on Labor Day Weekend. You'll have a big group of drivers coming in from out of town to race, meaning the local drivers aren't assured they're going to get into the show. They have to race hard, and some drivers won't make the cut. Saturday night's Speedweek event will not only offer some of the best Modified racing seen all season, it will certainly test the locals.

The Late Models made a big statement on Saturday night with 16 competitors pulling through the gates. Never has Southern Oregon Speedway seen such a big car count for a regular Late Model show, though there have been huge gatherings for special events. Two drivers making a long trip to go racing at Southern Oregon Speedway are point leader Trent Elliott and Darren Coffell. These two drivers figured to be tough to beat this year, and they didn't prove that speculation wrong on this occasion.

The battle between Coffell and Elliott at the front of the pack was epic as they worked slower traffic. Coffell was doing fine until he got slowed up just a bit on the bottom groove, allowing Elliott to make a pass on the 24th lap to take the lead and victory. In doing so, Elliot has managed to stretch his point lead to 31 points over Coffell. What's interesting, however, is there is a very close battle going on for second.

Coffell isn't the only driver who missed the season opener that is still in the hunt. Mark Wauge also didn't join until the second race, an event that saw him finish third. Last Saturday, he won the Trophy Dash and then won a good battle with 2017 champion Nathan Augustine to finish third in the Main Event once again. This will keep him five points out of second in a tie with 2012 Coos Bay champion Dave Foote. Wauge is definitely finding Late Models to his liking.

Dave Everson and Miles Deubert are both within seven points of Coffell. To highlight just how much the Late Model division is growing, last Saturday saw the season debut of both Eric Massey and Chris Biggs. Massey has a car that came out of the shop of Rapp Racing. We should be seeing another car from that shop, driven by the hard-charging Dustin Knight, in the future. As for Saturday, Biggs managed to grab a seventh place finish, followed by Massey.

What's nice is there is an excitement surrounding the Late Model division, and other drivers are wanting to join the fun. When Promoter Mike McCann added the class in 2016, it was with the hope and belief that something could develop in the Medford Area. Fans and racers have been starving for some Late Model racing, and now they're getting it.

The Kendall Oil Winged Sprint Car division is proving something this year. It doesn't appear to just be a one-man show at the front of the pack. The racers are stepping up their game, and it's making for some exciting racing. Mike Wheeler has set the Outlaw Kart world on fire through the years, but he's always wanted to go Sprint Car racing. He's finally getting his chance, and he served notice last season when he led most of the Main Event in the season finale before finishing second. Early in the race, Wheeler ran a close third behind the season debut of Blaine Cory and reigning champion David Hibbard.

Where Wheeler may have learned the lesson last year that helped him this time was his willingness to put his car up on the outside. He lost the lead last year in that race to an outside pass. This time, he made not one, but two outside passes to get around Hibbard and then eventually Cory to grab the lead. Wheeler led the second half of the race for a well-earned first career victory and has moved into the point lead by just one marker ahead of Hibbard. Wheeler had some help from his brother Vern Wheeler Jr. Vern has won several Main Events at the speedway through the years and is able to impart his knowledge in helping Mike be more competitive.

Drivers are still jockeying for position in the Sprint Car battle, meaning that two past Southern Oregon Speedway champions, TJ Winningham and Charlie Thompson, are both within 11 points of the lead. Thompson did a good job of getting his car to a fourth place finish last week ahead of Enrique Jaime.

Looking at the field that competed last week, it's fair to say that most of these drivers can strike for a win at some point. Even rookie Jared Hood looked good in preliminaries when he finished second in his heat race, though he joined Johnny Burke in the pits early in the Main Event.

It's still unclear whether Jorddon Braaten is going for points at Southern Oregon Speedway. The only clear message that he's sending everybody is that he will be difficult to beat any time he's in town. Nobody would doubt that as he approaches 50 career wins at Southern Oregon Speedway in his impressive career. The two-time Southern Oregon Speedway and reigning Oregon State champion started back in the sixth row while Jantzen Knips and Mike Medel mixed it up at the front of the pack.

Medel has had two races that he'd rather forget, but it was plain to see that he had things figured out with his car this time. No sooner had Medel taken the lead from Knips then Braaten came charging past him to take the lead. For Braaten, it would be another clean sweep performance as he stretched his point lead to 10 points over Matt Sanders, who would finish a respectable fourth ahead of Medel in the Main Event. It was another Sanders, Isaac, taking second from Knips before the finish. Rookie Wyatt Westfall is surprising everybody as he is third in the standings, right behind Matt Sanders.

The IMCA Sport Modifieds are probably the most competitive division at the speedway, and they are certainly delivering the biggest car counts. It's making for some great racing on the track as the drivers have to be on their game or they're certainly not going to be in the hunt. Since the IMCA Sport Modifieds are on the card this week, it's possible that we could see an increase in car count.

Several stars from Oregon and California have been vocal about their desire for the Sport Modified class to be included as part of the IMCA Speedweek Series. For the record, Southern Oregon Speedway is not opposed to this idea and has booked the class for the past three years as part of this date. In any case, Top 10 competitors such as Branden Wilson, Willie McFall and Steve Lysinger will be out giving it their best this week. Lysinger is in his second year, and he's shown quite a bit of improvement as he takes aim at his first Top 5 finish.

Other things that sparked the car count increase at the speedway last week included the season-high 10 car field that the Bobbio's Pizza Mini Stocks delivered, the 12 that came from the JOAT Labs Hornets and the 10 OTRO Hardtops. For the Hardtops, this was the biggest count they've delivered since being a part of the schedule in 2016.

The one thing you can say about the Hardtops is if other things seemed to be slowing the program down last week, it certainly was not the drivers in this class. Dean Cast won the Main Event, but it's likely that those honors would have went to Mark Minter. Minter led 13 laps, but mechanical issues sent him to the pits. Driving the Dusty Trotter car, Justin Krossman made a last turn pass on Bill Trotter to finish second, while Jay Smith did his usual competent job of driving the truck to a fourth place finish. Chris Mehrer has a new motor in his green #17 car, and he took a lead lap finish in fifth.

OTRO generally puts drivers who don't get much glory into the Trophy Dash to give them a shot at a trophy. In this case, it was Matt Butler holding off the debut of Brian Weberg II to get the win. Unfortunately for Weberg, his night ended after the heat race. Eric DeRamus saw his night end after a crash in the Trophy Dash when he hit the wall hard. His car suffered damage, but fans donated money to help him get the car repaired. The car Eric is driving was driven by his father, Teddy DeRamus, in years past.

David Steele is still proving to be formidable in the Bobbio's Pizza Mini Stocks, but he's finding some good competition from Ashtin Hedges. Though Ashtin is not a rookie, he is in his first full season and was coming off of an impressive win last time out. Ashtin did lead briefly in the race, but a pit stop had him playing catch-up in the closing laps. Steele won, and Hunter Magnan was a happy second after winning his heat race earlier in the evening.

Much like 2013 champion Steve Goetz, Magnan has been battling motor problems. However, Goetz still didn't have them sorted out as he scratched after the heat race. He was joined on the sidelines by 2014 champion Gary Anderson, who also had motor issues. Megnan seems to have the #33m car running strong once again, and looking as good as he did last week, you have to believe a feature win is just around the corner

With his third place finish, Hedges is still just five points behind Steele in a close championship battle. It was not the best of nights for some of the racers, but despite losing a lap in the pits, 2017 champ Kristopher Mix still holds down third after his Main Event run. He leads Mike McLeod by four points and fourth place finisher Dylan Irving by six. Mix was joined by teammate Andrew Hall, who is back in action with a new Ford Pinto. Andrew was fast all night, but it looks like he's got some handling issues to sort out.

The JOAT Labs Hornets have the same thing going on these days. Dylan Sauer just keeps winning. Last Saturday he roared to his third straight victory. After having some problems early in the race, 2016 champ Tim Hedges had worked his way into second before being eliminated in a crash involving Derrel Nelson Jr. Hedges will still hold second in the standings, seven behind Sauer. For Nelson, it was a third place finish as he was passed late by Trophy Dash winner Jenna Hedges. However, Derrel seems to be back in form again. He is fourth in the standings, six behind Jenna Hedges and four ahead of rookie Quinton Tritchler.

The bad news for the Hornets was that the race was rather brutal as there was much contact. Only four of the 11 starters took the checkered flag, including a career-best fourth-place effort for Shawn Nelson. One who didn't take the checkered flag was Bree Tritchler, despite debuting a new car. The reigning champion commented prior to the races that she's looking at making a move up and hopes that this will happen in the Dwarf Car division. No timetable is set, but Bree has certainly accomplished what she set out to do in the Hornet class.

Little Southern Oregon Speedway had an event last Friday night and will be back in action again this Friday. The addition of the Flat Track Bikes has certainly helped the program as the Kart count has sort of struggled during the past 3 seasons. The Bikes were also important as there were several Kart teams who were not competing Friday. The Kart racers who did show up certainly put on a good race, but it is hoped that the numbers will increase across the boards and things can start to happen that people have been looking for at the little track in the future.

The 250 Kart class has been putting on a good show all season long. Trevor Grimes is back to see if he can return to championship form. He was forced to settle for second last season behind Vinny DeBenedetti, but he did win the 2017 title. This year, Grimes is finding some tough competition from rookie Jacob James.

James shared heat race winner's honors with Grimes and then proceeded to lead 17 laps of the Main Event. There was a bit of contact in Turns 1 and 2 as Grimes passed James for the lead and went on to victory. James was second. One would have to believe that a win is just around the corner for him. Cadyn Smith was also a welcome return. Though there were mechanical issues early in the night for him, he still took a checkered flag in third in the feature.

Jayme DeBenedetti had her best night yet. Hoping to see her get more aggressive, her father Jon DeBenedetti put her in the Novice class for last season's finale, and she promptly won that race. In the Beginner's class on Friday, DeBenedetti got the lead and then she promptly pulled away from the rest of the pack. She was never challenged as she got her first win in this class.

Also looking very good last week was Urijah Boardman, who had a career-best second ahead of Bhaltair Edwards in his best finish in the Beginners class in third. Another driver showing marked improvement was Isaac Grimes. He led much of the first heat before finishing second to DeBenedetti, and then he won his first career heat race next time around. His Main Event didn't go as hoped, but it was still a good night.

Keaton Augustine was able to win another Box Stock Main Event. The reigning champion got the lead early on and left Kiley Grimes and Albert Gill Jr to battle for second. Gill would eventually wrestle the position away from Grimes for his division debut second place effort, but Grimes still looked good in her third place finish. Hopefully, there will be a few more competitors next time around.

The Flat Track Bikes had 19 competitors and ran four different classifications. The star of the night was clearly Trevor Taylor, who turned in a rather dominant performance in winning the Open Bike, 450cc Bike and 250cc Bike Main Events. Theo Lount competed in all three classes as well and finished second in both the 250 and 500 classes, while Mya Maffei got a third in the 250s and a second in the Open Bike class. Another Rider looking good was Brooke Lozano, who finished third in both the Open and 450 Bike classes.

Word is getting out there about the Flat Track Bikes program being established at the little track. One of the riders who showed up this week was Carl Tresser, the owner of Worden Speedway. Tresser was the founding force behind the Sportsman Sprint Car division that ran in Yreka in the 1990s. Unfortunately, he had mechanical issues, but Tresser should be back this week. Another of the older competitors was Steve Williamson, who came in from Willits, California and finished fourth in both the 450 and Open Bike classes.

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Wheeler, Bailey, Elliott, Braaten, Steele, Sauer, Cast Share Crowded Southern Oregon Speedway Winner's Circle



Southern Oregon Speedway Racing Discussion
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Wheeler Grabs First Career Sprint Car Victory 
At Southern Oregon Speedway

White City, Oregon...June 15...Mike Wheeler won the 25 lap Kendall Oil Winged Sprint Car Main Event Saturday night at Southern Oregon Speedway. Wheeler is a decorated champion on the Outlaw 500 Kart circuit, but this was his first win in the Sprint Car class. It came after a close three-car battle for the lead during the first half of the race.

There were 11 competitors for the show, but Bailey Hibbard scratched prior to the heat races with motor issues. His father David Hibbard won the first eight lap heat ahead of Blaine Cory. The second heat saw rookie Jared Hood lead the way for the first six laps before being passed by Wheeler for the lead and eventual victory. Hood settled for second. They came back for a four lap Scramble race to determine the first two rows of the Main Event. Cory won that race ahead of David Hibbard.

Cory raced into the lead at the start of the Main Event ahead of David Hibbard and Mike Wheeler. A yellow flag waved after two laps when Enrique Jaime stalled in the second turn. Cory continued to lead Hibbard, but Anissa Curtice spun in Turn 2 for a lap three caution flag. Hibbard had been taking looks to the outside of Cory, but as Cory continued to lead the restart, it was Wheeler making an outside pass in Turn 4 to take second from Hibbard. Cory and Wheeler began to pull away just a little bit in the battle for the lead, and Curtice spun in Turn 2 for a lap 11 yellow flag. She was able to keep her car under power, but the yellow flag still waived. Hood headed to the pits. Cory led the field to the green flag, but Wheeler again made an outside pass as they exited Turn 2 and charged down the front straightaway to take the lead as they completed the lap. Wheeler would lead the rest of the way as there were no more yellow flags. Cory settled for second, followed by David Hibbard, Charlie Thompson, Enrique Jaime, TJ Winningham, David Marble, Curtice, Hood and Johnny Burke.

The Kendall Oil Winged Sprint Cars will be back on June 29th along with the Bobbio's Pizza Mini Stocks, JOAT Labs Hornets, Valley Store All Late Model Lites and OTRO Hardtops. For further information, go to www.southernoregonspeedway.com.

Race Results
Kendall Oil Winged Sprint Cars
Heat 1-David Hibbard, Blaine Cory, Charlie Thompson, Johnny Burke, Enrique Jaime, Bailey Hibbard DNS.

Heat 2-Mike Wheeler, Jared Hood, TJ Winningham, David Marble, Anissa Curtice.

Main Event-Mike Wheeler, Blaine Cory, David Hibbard, Charlie Thompson, Enrique Jaime, TJ Winningham, David Marble, Anissa Curtice, Jared Hood, Johnny Burke, Bailey Hibbard DNS.


Bailey Wins Southern Oregon Speedway 
IMCA Modified Main Event

White City, Oregon...June 15... Jesse Bailey won the 25 lap IMCA Modified Main Event Saturday night at Southern Oregon Speedway. Bailey is the 2017 champion, and he held off three-time reigning champion Albert Gill to get the win. 

There were two eight lap heat races, and Preston Jones picked up the first win ahead of Bailey. Duane Orsburn won the second heat ahead of Zach Fettinger. Gill won the four lap Trophy Dash ahead of Fettinger.

Orsburn was back after rolling his car at the season opener. He had a front-row start for the Main Event and spun in the fourth turn for a complete restart. The race would have no other yellow flags. Bailey raced into the lead at the start ahead of Gill and Jimmy Lipke. The Top 3 drivers ran is that order throughout the race. Ray Kniffen Jr was an early fourth before surrendering the position to Jeremy Ohlde on lap five. Fettinger passed Kniffen for the fifth position on lap 20. During the final five laps, Gill closed in on Bailey, but he was unable to make a move as Bailey won ahead of Gill, Lipke, Ohlde, Fettinger, Kniffen, Justin Foux, Jones, David Satterfield and Orsburn.

The IMCA Modifieds will be back for their fourth race on Saturday night. This is the second round of the Annual IMCA Modified Wild West Speedweek Series. The IMCA Sport Modifieds will be running in support. For further information, go to www.southernoregonspeedway.com.

Race Results
IMCA Modifieds
Heat 1-Preston Jones, Jesse Bailey, Jimmy Lipke, Ray Kniffen Jr, Justin Foux, David Satterfield, Daniel Herrera.

Heat 2-Duane Orsburn, Zach Fettinger, Albert Gill, Jeremy Ohlde.

Trophy Dash-Albert Gill, Zach Fettinger, Justin Foux, Preston Jones.

Main Event-Jesse Bailey, Albert Gill, Jimmy Lipke, Jeremy Ohlde, Zach Fettinger, Ray Kniffen Jr, Justin Foux, Preston Jones, David Satterfield, Duane Orsburn, Daniel Herrera DNS.


Elliott Wins Thrilling Late Model Feature 
At Southern Oregon Speedway

White City, Oregon...June 15...Trent Elliott won the 25 lap Late Model Main Event Saturday night at Southern Oregon Speedway. The race had a thrilling conclusion to it as Elliott and leader Darren Coffell worked slower traffic, which provided Elliott his opportunity to make a move into first. Elliott becomes the third different winner in as many races, and his win paid $1,000 thanks to some additional sponsorship by the Northwest Trucking Academy.

There were 16 Late Models on hand for this show, and Coffell won the first of two eight lap heat races ahead of Elliott. Dave Foote held off a determined Mark Wauge to win the other heat. However, Wauge won the four lap Trophy Dash in front of Coffell.

For the Main Event, there were three yellow flags during the first eight laps before the rest of the race would go nonstop. Coffell charged into the lead ahead of Elliott and Nathan Augustine. Davey Evans spun in Turn 4 for a lap one caution flag. As Coffell continued to lead Elliott, Wauge made an inside pass to take third from Augustine on lap three. A yellow flag again slowed the pace for debris on lap four, and the final yellow flag waved for Eric Massey in Turn 2 on lap seven. Coffell led Elliott on the restart, and they took their battle far ahead of the pack. Wauge held third with Augustine running closely behind him. The leaders hit slower traffic very quickly, but Coffell was making the right moves to keep Elliott behind him. It was when they approached a pair of slower cars on lap 22 when Coffell became a little hesitant. Elliott started looking to the outside, and he finally made a high pass in Turn 4 to take the lead on lap 24. They were still in traffic on the final lap, but Elliott would hold off Coffell to claim the victory. Wauge finished third, followed by Augustine, Bob Dees, Foote, Chris Biggs, Eric Massey, Miles Deubert and Dave Everson.

The Late Models return as part of the July 6th Veterans Night event. Also competing will be the Kendall Oil Winged Sprint Cars, Valley Store All Late Model Lites, Bobbio's Pizza Mini Stocks and JOAT Labs Hornets. For further information, go to www.southernoregonspeedway.com.

Race Results
Late Models
Heat 1-Darren Coffell, Trent Elliott, Nathan Augustine, Miles Deubert, Chris Biggs, Jason Schultz, Tony Bartell, Don Garrett Jr.

Heat 2-Dave Foote, Mark Wauge, John Dees, Dave Everson, Bob Dees, Davey Evans, Eric Massey, Cliff Massey.

Trophy Dash-Mark Wauge, Darren Coffel, Dave Everson, Trent Elliott.

Main Event-Trent Elliott, Darren Coffell, Mark Wauge, Nathan Augustine, Bob Dees, Dave Foote, Chris Biggs, Eric Massey, Miles Deubert, Dave Everson, Jason Schultz, John Dees, Davey Evans, Don Garrett Jr, Tony Bartell, Cliff Massey.


Braaten Scores Another Clean Sweep 
At Southern Oregon Speedway

White City, Oregon...June 15...Jorddon Braaten won the 20 lap IMCA Sport Modified Main Event Saturday at Southern Oregon Speedway. Once again, he came from deep in the pack to score the feature victory. He had earlier won his heat race and the Trophy Dash to make it a clean sweep for the reigning IMCA Oregon State champion.

There were 21 IMCA Sport Modifieds for this show, and they ran three eight lap heat races. Two-time champion Mike Medel won the first heat ahead of Jantzen Knips. Isaac Sanders went flag-to-flag to win the second heat ahead of Braxton Possinger. Braaten won the third heat ahead of rookie Wyatt Westfall. Braaten also won the four lap Trophy Dash ahead of Possinger. Chris Silva scratched after the heat races.

Medel led the opening lap of the Main Event from his front row start before Donald Bandfield spun in Turn 4 for a yellow flag. On the restart, Knips raced into the lead as Billy Richey settled into third. A lap three yellow flag flew for Jesse Skidmore in Turn 2. Knips continued to lead Medel and Isaac Sanders. They ran that way through a third yellow flag for Richey in Turn 2 on the ninth lap. Knips continued to lead Medel and Matt Sanders on the restart. Braaten found his way into fourth by then, and he made an inside pass on the front stretch on the 11th lap to take third from Matt Sanders. On the 12th lap, the exciting three-car battle saw Medel race by Knips on the backstretch to get the lead, only to surrender first to an inside pass in Turn 4 by Braaten. Knips took second from Medel a lap later. Brian Knorr spun on the front straightaway for a lap 14 yellow flag. Moments later, Knips spun in Turn 4. Knorr was ruled the cause of the flag, and Knips was restored to second for the restart. Braaten continued to lead Knips and Medel on the restart, but Isaac Sanders made an inside pass in Turn 3 to take second from Knips on lap 17. Braaten pulled away in the final few laps for the victory. Isaac Sanders finished second, followed by Knips, Matt Sanders, Medel, Westfall, Steven Sanders, Rich McCoy, Austin Petray and Steve Lysinger.

The IMCA Sport Modifieds are back Saturday to run in support of the IMCA Modified Wild West Speedweek event. For further information, go to www.southernoregonspeedway.com.

Race Results
IMCA Sport Modifieds
Heat 1-Mike Medel, Jentzen Knips, Rich McCoy, Matt Sanders, Willie McFall, Michael Rule, Chris Silva.

Heat 2-Isaac Sanders, Braxton Possinger, Branden Wilson, Billy Richey, Donald Bandfield, Brian Knorr, Jesse Skidmore.

Heat 3-Jordan Braaten, Wyatt Westfall, Steve Lysinger, Austin Petray, Steve Sanders, Joby Shields, Danny Rule.

Trophy Dash-Jorddon Braaten, Braxton Possinger, Wyatt Westfall.

Main Event-Jorddon Braaten, Isaac Sanders, Jantzen Knips, Matt Sanders, Mike Medel, Wyatt Westfall, Steve Sanders, Rich McCoy, Austin Petray, Steve Lysinger, Donald Bandfield, Michael Rule, Danny Rule, Brian Knorr, Willie McFall, Branden Wilson, Joby Shields, Billy Richey, Braxton Possenger, Jesse Skidmore, Chris Silva DNS.


Steele Wins Caution Filled Mini Stock Feature 
At Southern Oregon Speedway

White City, Oregon...June 15...David Steele won the Bobbio's Pizza Mini Stock Main Event Saturday night at Southern Oregon Speedway. The reigning champion Steele didn't gain the lead until the 10th lap, and he led from there to the early checkered flag on lap 16 as time had expired on the race. This was his second win of the season.

After loading up early in the season opener and missing the next race due to his motor issues, Hunter Magnan won the first eight lap heat race ahead of Steele. Ashtin Hedges won the second heat ahead of Mike McLeod. Hedges also won the four lap Trophy Dash ahead of Kristopher Mix. Both Gary Anderson and Steve Goetz were Main Event scratches.

Magnan charged into the lead at the start of the Main Event ahead of McLeod and Andrew Hall, who is back with a new Ford Pinto. Hedges spun in Turn 4 for a lap one yellow flag, and Steele moved into second behind Magnan and McLeod on the restart. With debris on the track in Turns 1 and 2, the yellow flag waved again, and Steele raced into second behind Magnan on the restart. Hall ran third until teammate Mix raced by him on lap five. Hall spun in Turn 2 for a lap seven yellow flag, and the resurgent Hedges took second from Steele on the restart. An outside pass on the backstretch on lap nine gained Hedges the lead from Magnan, but he surrendered first to Steele, who made an inside pass on the backstretch a lap later. Another yellow flag waved at that point as Dylan Irving spun in Turn 2. Steele continued to lead Hedges and Magnan. Mix was back to third on a lap 13 restart, and the time limit was approaching for the race due to the caution flags. The yellow flag waved on lap 14 as Mix and Hedges got together. Both drivers pitted, and Hedges returned in time for the restart as Steele led Magnan and Hall. McLeod spun for the final yellow flag on lap 14, and Mix returned a lap down. Steele led Magnan on the restart, and Hall slammed the front wall, getting two wheels in the air. Steele received the checkered flag for the victory, followed by Magnan, Hedges, Irving, Brandon Wonsyld, Hall, Mix, and McLeod.

The Bobbio's Pizza Mini Stocks will be back on June 29th along with the Kendall Oil Winged Sprint Cars, JOAT Labs Hornets, Valley Store All Late Model Lites and OTRO Hardtops. For further information, go to www.southernoregonspeedway.com.

Race Results
Bobbio's Pizza Mini Stocks
Heat 1-Hunter Magnan, David Steele, Kristopher Mix, Andrew Hall, Dylan Irving.

Heat 2-Ashtin Hedges, Brandyn Wonsyld, Mike McLeod, Steve Goetz, Gary Anderson.

Trophy Dash-Ashtin Hedges, Kristopher Mix, Mike McLeod, David Steele.

Main Event-David Steele, Hunter Magnan, Ashtin Hedges, Dylan Irving, Brandon Wonsyld, Andrew Hall, Kristopher Mix, Mike McLeod, Steve Goetz DNS, Gary Anderson DNS.


Sauer Wins Third Straight Hornets Race 
At Southern Oregon Speedway

White City, Oregon...June 15...Dylan Sauer won the JOAT Labs Hornets Main Event Saturday night at Southern Oregon Speedway. This was his third straight win, and it enabled him to take the point lead.

There were 12 Hornets, and rookie Quinton Tritchler made a lap seven pass on Jenna Hedges to win the first eight lap heat race as incoming point leader Tim Hedges finished second. Dylan Sauer won the second heat ahead of Chris Boynton. Jenna Hedges outran her husband Tim to win the four lap Trophy Dash.

Chris Boynton led the opening lap of the Main Event before spinning in Turn 2 for a yellow flag. Bree Tritchler had motor issues and pitted early, and Tim Hedges made a pit stop before returning for the restart. On the next restart, Sauer continued to lead, but a yellow flag again waved for Boynton and Lacey Sauer. The next restart attempt saw Boynton getting into Quinton Tritchler with Tritchler slamming the front wall for a red flag. Nobody was injured, but both were out of the race. Sauer led Derrel Nelson Jr and Jenna Hedges on the restart. Dylan Sauer had checked out on the field, leaving Nelson and the Hedges team to battle for second. An inside pass on the backstretch gained Tim Hedges third from Jenna Hedges on lap 14, and Tim Hedges went low in Turn 3 a lap later to take second from Nelson. However, Nelson and Tim Hedges got together on the back stretch for a yellow flag, ending the race for Tim Hedges. Sauer continued to lead Nelson on the final restart, but Jenna Hedges made a low pass in Turn 2 on lap 17 to take the position. Dylan Sauer was the winner ahead of Jenna Hedges, Derrel Nelson Jr, Shawn Nelson, Tim Hedges, Boynton, Quinton Tritchler, Ryan Nelson, Lacey Sauer and Darron Clark.

The JOAT Labs Hornets will be back on June 29th along with the Kendall Oil Winged Sprint Cars, Bobbio's Pizza Mini Stocks, Valley Store All Late Model Lites and OTRO Hardtops. For further information, go to www.southernoregonspeedway.com.

Race Results
JOAT Labs Hornets
Heat 1-Quentin Tritchler, Tim Hedges, Jenna Hedges, Lacey Sauer, Shawn Smith, Ryan Nelson.

Heat 2-Dylan Sauer, Chris Boynton, Darrell Nelson Jr, Zach Nelson, Bree Tritchler, Darron Clark.

Trophy Dash-Jenna Hedges, Tim Hedges, Dylan Sauer, Quinton Tritchler.

Main Event-Dylan Sauer, Jenna Hedges, Darrell Nelson Jr, Shawn Nelson, Tim Hedges, Chris Boynton, Quinton Tritchler, Ryan Nelsen, Lacey Sauer, Darron Clark, Bree Trichler, Zach Nelson DNS.


Cast Wins OTRO Hardtops Race 
At Southern Oregon Speedway

White City, Oregon...June 15...Dean Cast won the 20 lap OTRO Hardtop Main Event Saturday night at Southern Oregon Speedway. This was his first win in a Hardtop race on the dirt track, and it came after Mark Minter had led much of the race.

There were 10 Hardtops for this show, but Eric DeRamus saw his night come to an end as he hit the front wall in the Trophy Dash, which was won by Matt Butler ahead of Bryan Weberg II. Cast won the first eight lap heat race ahead of Chris Mehrer, and Bill Trotter made a lap seven pass on Mark Minter to win the other heat as Minter settled for second. Weberg joined DeRamus as a Main Event scratch after the heat races.

Cast let the opening lap of the Main Event before a high pass in Turn 3 gained Minter the lead. Trotter settled into third, and Minter held a straightaway lead over Cast by lap five. Mehrer was showing noticeable improvement from last season as he ran fourth ahead of Justin Krossman, who was in the Dusty Trotter car. The first of only two yellow flags waved when Mehrer spun and got stuck on the berm in Turn 2 on lap 13. Cast surprised Minter by taking the lead on the restart, and Mehrer spun in Turn 4 for the final caution flag on lap 16. Minter retired from the race, and Cast led Bill Trotter and Justin Krossman on the restart. As Cast brought it home to victory, Justin Krossman made a last turn pass on Bill Trotter to take the second place finish. Jay Smith finished fourth, followed by Mehrer, Matt Butler, Minter and Buddy Krossman.

The OTRO Hardtops return to action on June 29th along with the Kendall Oil Winged Sprint Cars, Bobbio's Pizza Mini Stocks, JOAT Labs Hornets and Valley Store All Late Model Lites. For further information, go to www.southernoregonspeedway.com.

Race Results
OTRO Hardtops
Heat 1-Dean Cast, Chris Mehrer, Matt Butler, Buddy Krossman, Eric DeRamus DNS.

Heat 2-Bill Trotter, Mark Minter, Jay Smith, Justin Krossman, Bryan Weberg II.

Trophy Dash-Matt Butler, Brian Weberg II, Buddy Krossman, Eric DeRamus.

Main Event-Dean Cast, Justin Krossman, Bill Trotter, Jay Smith, Chris Mehrer, Matt Butler, Mark Minter, Buddy Krossman, Brian Weberg II DNS, Eric DeRamus DNS.

Monday, June 17, 2019

Elliott, Wheeler, Bailey Winners At Southern Oregon Speedway


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Elliott, Wheeler, Bailey Winners At Southern Oregon Speedway

White City, Oregon...June 15...Trent Elliott won a thrilling 25 lap Late Model Main Event Saturday night at Southern Oregon Speedway. Darren Coffell led the race from the start, and soon Coffell and second place Elliott were working through slower traffic. Elliott made a high move around a slower car as they exited Turn 4 to gain the lead at the white flag. Elliott kept his cool in traffic and led the final lap for the well earned victory. Coffell settled for second ahead of Mark Wauge, Nathan Augustine and Bob Dees.

Mike Wheeler scored his first career 25 lap Kendall Oil Winged Sprint Car Main Event win. In his season debut, Blaine Cory led the first 11 laps. Wheeler took second from David Hibbard on a lap four restart. A lap 12 restart gave Wheeler the opening he needed. He made a high pass on Cory exiting Turn 4 to take the lead. Wheeler ran smoothly during the second half of the race and brought it home to victory. Cory settled for second ahead of Hibbard, Charlie Thompson and Enrique Jaime.

Jesse Bailey won the 25 lap IMCA Modified Main Event. After a complete restart, Bailey led the pack ahead of Albert Gill. There were no other yellow flags in the rapidly run race. The lead two ran closely in the waning laps, but Bailey hit all his marks to hold off Gill for the win. Jimmy Lipke finished third ahead of Jeremy Ohlde and Zach Fettinger.

Jorddon Braaten won his second straight 20 lap IMCA Sport Modified Main Event. Braaten started back in the sixth row and worked his way through the pack as Jantzen Knips led the first 11 laps. Mike Medel passed Knips on the back stretch for the lead on lap 12, only to be passed on the inside in Turn 4 by Braaten. Braaten led the rest of the way, and Isaac Sanders gained second on lap 17 to finish there. Knips, Matt Sanders and Medel made up the balance of the Top 5.

David Steele won his second Bobbio's Pizza Mini Stock Main Event. Hunter Magnan led the first eight laps before Ashtin Hedges went racing by on the back stretch. Hedges led just one lap before Steele made an inside pass on the back stretch to grab the lead. Steele led the rest of the way to win ahead of Magnan, Hedges, Dylan Irving and Brandyn Wonsyld.

Dean Cast won the 20 lap OTRO Hardtops Main Event. Mark Minter charged into the lead on the second lap and had a half-lap lead when a lap 13 yellow flag waved. Cast took the lead on the restart as Minter began to fall off the pace. Cast led the rest of the way to win. Justin Krossman beat Bill Trotter back to the line in a near photo finish as Jay Smith and Chris Mehrer completed the Top 5.

Dylan Sauer won his third straight 20 lap JOAT Labs Hornets Main Event. The race had three yellow flags in the first two laps before it really got going. Sauer took the lead on the second lap and led the rest of the way for a dominant victory. Jenna Hedges made a last lap pass on Darrel Nelson Jr to finish second. Shawn Nelson and Tim Hedges completed the Top 5.

Racing resumes next Saturday night with the second round of the IMCA Modified Wild West Speedweek Series. Joining them will be IMCA Sport Modifieds and SODCA Dwarf Cars. For further information, go to www.southernoregonspeedway.com.

Unofficial Race Results
Kendall Oil Winged Sprint Cars
Heat Winners (10 Laps)-David Hibbard, Mike Wheeler. Scramble (6 Laps)-Blaine Cory. Main Event (25 Laps)-Mike Wheeler, Blaine Cory, David Hibbard, Charlie Thompson, Enrique Jaime.

Late Models
Heat Winners (8 laps)-Darren Coffell, Dave Foote. Trophy Dash (4 Laps)-Mark Wauge. Main Event (25 Laps)-Trent Elliott, Darren Coffell, Mark Wauge, Nathan Augustine, Bob Dees.

IMCA Modifieds
Heat Winners (8 laps)-Preston Jones, Duane Orsburn. Trophy Dash (4 Laps)-Albert Gill. Main Event (25 Laps)-Albert Gill, Jimmy Lipke, Jeremy Ohlde, Zach Fettinger, Jesse Bailey.

IMCA Sport Modifieds
Heat Winners (8 laps)-Mike Medel, Isaac Sanders, Jorddon Braaten. Trophy Dash (4 Laps)-Jorddon Braaten. Main Event (20 Laps)-Jorddon Braaten, Isaac Sanders, Jantzen Knips, Matt Sanders, Mike Medel.

Bobbio's Pizza Mini Stocks
Heat Winners (8 laps)-Hunter Magnan, Ashtin Hedges. Trophy Dash (4 Laps)-Ashtin Hedges. Main Event (20 Laps)-David Steele, Hunter Magnan, Ashtin Hedges, Dylan Irving, Brandyn Wonsyld.

JOAT Labs Hornets
Heat Winners (8 laps)-Quinton Tritchler, Dylan Sauer. Trophy Dash (4 Laps)-Jenna Hedges. Main Event (20 Laps)-Dylan Sauer, Derrel Nelson Jr, Jenna Hedges, Shawn Jones, Tim Hedges.

OTRO Hardtops
Heat Winners (8 laps)-Dean Cast, Bill Trotter. Trophy Dash (4 Laps)-Matt Butler. Main Event (20 Laps)-Dean Cast, Justin Krossman, Bill Trotter, Jay Smith, Chris Mehrer.