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Shiels Makes It Two In A Row At Oakshade

Thursday, June 15th, 2017

Devin Shiels sits atop the Oakshade Raceway UMP Late Model point standings after picking up his second consecutive feature win on Wallace Racing Products Night in memory of Brian Osborn.

Ryan Missler set the pace early in the Wallace Racing Products UMP Late Model feature with Steve Kester pressuring. Finally Kester took the lead on lap 10, but Missler fought back on the high side and reclaimed the lead on lap 13. The second caution flag of the race came out on lap 17 after Dan Wallace was spun. On the ensuing restart, Devin Shiels attempted to make it three wide for the lead with Missler and Kester. That didn’t work out too well as the Britton, Michigan, driver slipped back and lost ground to the race leaders, but Shiels regrouped and charged back to the front and took the lead with three laps to go. Missler settled for a second place finish followed by Kester and Brad Eitniear. Dusty Moore finished fifth.

After barrel rolling his car the week before, Chane Stuckey was back and put on an impressive performance in the Wallace Racing Products UMP Sportsman feature. Stuckey started on the pole and led most of the 20-lap race. Chris Williams challenged early in the race and led a couple laps, but Stuckey fought back and then the Toledo, Ohio, driver began to pull away. A lap 15 caution tightened up the field, but Williams could not make another bid for the lead and ended up second with George Lindsey third. A pair of Smith’s rounded out the rest of the top five with Rusty barely edging out Drew for fourth.

Swanton, Ohio’s Gregg DeTray passed Dylan Hough for the lead on the third lap of the Wallace Racing Products Bomber A Main and never looked back. He proceeded to lead the field all the way until the checkered flag, despite being chased by Jeff Foks Jr. and Dave “Gumby” Goliembiewski who finished second and third respectively. William Cundick wound up fourth after posting a heat race win earlier in the evening and Chris Henry was fifth after starting ninth.

Adrian, Michigan’s Jason Deshler closed to within 15 points of Oakshade Raceway Compact point leader Carter Murday after his Wallace Racing Products Compact feature victory. Josh Proffit Sr. nabbed the second finishing position with Murday falling to a third place finish after starting on the pole. Jeff Foks Sr. climbed 12 positions to finish in fourth with Mark Barrick fifth.

Scott Robertson from Defiance, Ohio, survived a caution-filled Wallace Racing Products Bomber B Main to earn the win. Cody Laney finished second followed by Shane Estes and Cody Stetten. Scott Hammer started 12th and posted a fifth place finish.

Bobby Swagger celebrated his first feature win after taking the checkered flag in the Wallace Racing Products C Main. The Wauseon, Ohio, driver was followed by Scott Barnhart, Abby Burton, Jason Grames and pole-sitter Jacob Rothenberger.

Coming to Oakshade Raceway this Saturday, June 17th, is the 28th Annual Barney Oldfield Race paying $5,300 to win. It will also be an American Late Model Series presented by Sunoco event. UMP Sportsman, Bombers and Compacts will also be back in action. Gates open at 4pm, hot laps at 6pm and racing at 7pm.

The Future of Speednet

Sunday, January 22nd, 2017

Press Release:
Starting in February, SpeednetDirect.com will be replaced with a newly updated MyRacePass.com. The new MyRacePass site will feature a litany of tools to help you promote your track or series, as well as provide fans and drivers a more direct spot to follow race results and standings.

MyRacePass – Lincoln, Nebraska – MyRacePass is proud to announce the future of the Speednet Direct website, http://www.speednetdirect.com As of spring 2017, the Speednet domain will redirect to MyRacePass, http://www.myracepass.com. Once this occurs, the Speednet direct website will no longer be available, although the data itself will remain accessible from the new MyRacePass (MRP) website.This new site will preserve virtually all of the past Speednet data including results, stats, points, and schedules in addition to the MyRacePass data that has been accumulating since 2008.

Read full press release about all the exciting new changes here! http://www.myracepass.com/news/?i=43944
What does this mean for you?

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What about Race Management?

* The Speednet race management program is being replaced by the new MyRacePass Race Management 2.0.
* We will include very limited support for Speednet in 2017, focusing our effort on our new 2.0 programming.
* You do have the option to continue to use Speednet, however, the price has increased. Your cost is a $396 subscription plus a $400 set-up fee.
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Rutland’s Rock Station 101.5 “The Fox” to Sponsor Devil’s Bowl Speedway Spring Green

Sunday, April 29th, 2012

RUTLAND, VT – Rutland’s Rock Station, 101.5 “The Fox” will become a major player at Devil’s Bowl Speedway in West Haven, VT in 2012. The Fox will be the presenting sponsor of the season-opening “101.5 The Fox Spring Green” stock car racing event on Sunday, May 6, and has signed on for the “101.5 The Fox Vintage Racing Festival” as part of the inaugural C.J. Richards Memorial Weekend on Saturday, July 21 and Sunday, July 22.

Race fans will be treated to a live remote broadcast by 101.5 The Fox during the first-ever Downtown Rutland stock car show for Devil’s Bowl Speedway on Saturday morning, May 5. The 101.5 The Fox Spring Green on Sunday, May 6 features a 112-lap race for the American-Canadian Tour Late Models, along with championship openers for the Bond Auto Parts Modifieds, Renegades, and Bombers in the weekly NASCAR Whelen All-American Series.

The 101.5 The Fox Vintage Racing Festival will feature race cars of all types from years gone by during the inaugural C.J. Richards Memorial Weekend in July. The three-day event features NASCAR Whelen All-American Series racing at Carrara Masonry & Concrete Night on Friday, July 20, a car show for vintage race cars and hot rods on Saturday, July 21, and on-track vintage racing and car show awards on Sunday, July 22.

“We’re thrilled here at The Fox to be a major part of the racing action at Devil’s Bowl this year,” said General Manager John Gales. “Rocking and racing go hand in hand and our thousands of listeners are going to love checking out the action at Devil’s Bowl this summer. Plus, The Fox is going to love giving away tickets all summer long as well.”

The 101.5 The Fox Spring Green opens Devil’s Bowl Speedway’s 46th racing season on Sunday, May 6. Opening ceremonies are scheduled for 1:30pm with green flag racing beginning at 2:00pm. General admission is $18 for adults, 15 for seniors (62+), and free for children 12 and under. Discount season passes are also available.

Devil’s Bowl Speedway is located on Route 22A in West Haven, VT, six miles north of Exit 2 on US Route 4. For more information, call (802) 265-3112 or click www.devilsbowlspeedwayvt.com.

Tanner, Kuehn, Smith, Cameron and Shaw pick up wins at I-35 Speedway!

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

Winston Mo.–Coming into tonight the drivers of I-35 Speedway have been putting on a great program for the fans. Tonight they made it three weeks in a row of fantastic racing! The last checker flag fell at 9:55pm and fans were sent home happy.

We started out the night the same as we did last week, and thats with KCMO’s Mike Tanner in victory lane in the IMCA Sport Mods. Ask any driver and they’ll tell you luck has a major factor in racing and Mike Tanner might have the best luck. Mix in his skill behind the wheel and you have a lethal combination. Tanner found himself running third when a screw came out of the bottom of Clay Hales fuel pump causing him to spew fuel while leading with three laps to go. On the ensuing restart Brad Dittemore who picked up the lead when Hale had to pit broke coming out of turn four. Tanner was in the right place at the right time and followed up last nights win with a win tonight. Thats his fourth of the season. Clint Baker in only his second race of 2011 came home second followed by newcomer Scott Vanbuskirk in third, Wes Bestgen led some laps and came home fourth and John Fugett fifth. Vanbuskirk came from 25th to 3rd to win the hard charger.

Trenton native Greg Kuehn picked up win number seven in the IMCA Hobby Stocks, most of any driver at I-35. Kuehn worked his way around traffic and had to hold off Lee Farmer at the end. Farmer finished second, last weeks winner Matthew Lance was third, newcomer Jake Nelson fourth and Bruce Fair fifth. Kuehn also picked up another hard charger award.

Kansas City’s “Cowboy” Jeff Smith won his third career feature and first of 2011 in the Grand National division. Smith led every lap and held off Brad Whitney to get the win. Points leader Dean Wray came home third with Buz Kaster and Mike Taylor Jr. fourth and fifth. Taylor Jr. took home the hard charger award.

It was a very emotional night in the IMCA Stock Cars as Winston Missouri’s Jake Cameron brought home his first I-35 Speedway win. For Cameron it was his third career win but the first at the track he tried so hard to win at. Cameron tried his best Carl Edwards impersonation but landed on his rear end on the track. Cameron had a great battle with Pat Neely and Jon Boller III. Gene Stigall got up to second, Pat Neely was third, Josh Steele fourth and points leader Kevin Anderson fifth. Stigall took home the hard charger award.

After a two week hiatis Darren Shaw of Kearney found himself in victory lane for the third time on the season in the IMCA Modifieds. Shaw had a great battle with Shay Woods before Woods lost his driveshaft in turn two. Points leader Cory Wray was right behind Shaw at the end finishing in second, Rick Spriggs and Perry Milbourn keep plugging away at top fives with their third and fourth place showings and Todd Wilson brought her home in fifth. Shaw aslo took the hard charger award.

Next week is our annual fireworks display. Make plans to attend I-35 Speedway on July 2nd and see hot racing and the best fireworks display around!!! Full results and points standings can be seen by visiting www.speednetdirect.com and going to I-35 Speedway!

Speedway Motors program benefits IMCA drivers, tracks

Thursday, February 3rd, 2011

LINCOLN, Neb. – Renewing one of IMCA’s most popular awards programs, Speedway Motors continues its support of drivers in all divisions and the sanctioned tracks they compete at in 2011. Registered rookies receive $100 gift cards, a T-shirt and special decal from the Lincoln, Neb., speed shop af ter their first feature win.

“Four hundred and sixty-four different rookie drivers have won a feature event since the inception of the pro gram in 2004, with a record 86 last season,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder said. “The infusion of new talent to IMCA racing continues to grow each year and we are proud to partner with Speedway Motors in rec oganizing their accomplishments.”

The highest finishing eligible driver in each IMCA Modified and IMCA Sunoco Stock Car region, and in national standings for Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods and Southern SportMods all get a set of Tru-Coil springs. In addition to competing with Tru-Coil springs during the regular point season, drivers are required to complete and return a sign-up form to the IMCA home office by Aug. 1.

Speedway Motors also continues its title sponsorship of Super Nationals, the premier event in dirt track racing in the country. The 29th annual event will be held Sept. 5-10 at Boone, Iowa, Speedway While extending its partnership with IMCA to 32 years, Speedway Motors also begins a fourth season as title sponsor of the sanctioning body’s weekly racing program, providing promoter jackets and shirts, tech inspector shirts, flags and banners, among other items, to tracks crowning IMCA champions.

“The 2011 IMCA Speedway Motors track apparel will ship directly to sanctioned tracks beginning in March, but those with scheduled events prior to that time may receive shirts depending on the items in stock,” noted Yoder. “Speedway is also working on developing some additional options for tracks to upgrade the look for their officials, and hopefully those details will be available soon as well.”

Information about products available from Speedway Motors is available at the www.speedwaymotors.com website.