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Archive for October, 2005

Kid Rocket Ends ’05 WoO LMS Season As RoY

Monday, October 31st, 2005

In the “Lloyd’s Land Clearing 50” at Golden Isles Speedway near Brunswick, GA on Wednesday Kid Rocket finished second in his heat race and crossed the checkers in sixth place in the feature event.

On Friday and Saturday the team competed at Volusia Speedway park in Barberville, FL where Kid Rocket finished 19th in the feature event. While Kid Rocket didn’t have the type of performance he would’ve liked in the “Gator 100” he was extremely happy to earn the 2005 World of Outlaws Stacker 2® Late Model Series “Rookie of the Year” title.

When asked in a post-race interview what was going through his mind knowing he had done what he set out to do at the beginning of the campaign driving the Seubert Calf Ranches/ACE Metal Works/MCB Motorsports No. 1 Mark Richards Racing Rocket Chassis/Cornett Racing Engines Pontiac Grand Prix “Kid Rocket” said, “Oh, not much. I mean I’ve had an awesome year. Maybe not tonight. I didn’t have any power steering from lap one on. We came in and fixed it but I think we were faster without it. I’ve had a good year. My goal was to win a race and we did that at Lebanon Valley Speedway. We had some top fives and some top tens so all in all I think it was a pretty good year.”

The SPEED Channel cameras captured all the exciting action of the October 28th and 29th “Gator 100” at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville (Daytona Beach),FL. The broadcast will air Saturday, December 3rd at 4:00p.m. EDT. The SPEED Channelcameras have caught all the action of thirteen of fourteen WoO Stacker 2® Late Model Series 2005 events schedule to be broadcast on SPEED Channel.

For more information on Josh ‘Kid Rocket’ Richards visit his website at: www.joshrichards.com

Chubzilla Closes Out ’05 Season

Monday, October 31st, 2005

On Wednesday Chubzilla competed in the “Lloyd’s Land Clearing 50” at Golden Isles Speedway near Brunswick, GA where won his heat race and finished 13th in the main event.

On Friday and Saturday the season closer for the WoO LMS was held at Volusia Speedway Park near Barberville, FL where Chubzilla won the dash race and finished sixth in the main event. Chubzilla closed the 2005 season with the WoO LMS with a fifth place finish in the final season points tally.

The SPEED Channel cameras captured all the exciting action of the October 28th and 29th “Gator 100” at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville (Daytona Beach),FL. The broadcast will air Saturday, December 3rd at 4:00p.m. EDT. The SPEED Channel cameras have caught all the action of thirteen of fourteen WoO Stacker 2® Late Model Series 2005 events schedule to be broadcast on SPEED Channel

Chub and The 1* team would also like to thank the following for their support and services without them we couldn’t do it. AllStar Performance, Area Auto Racing, ARGO Mfg., ATL, Aurora Bearing Company, Brinn, Brodix, Callies, DANO, Dirt America Online, Dyer’s, Fel-Pro, Flinner Signs & Decals, Fluidyne, Frankland, Hedman Hedders, Hoosier, HP Race Cards, Hyperco, Jones Racing Products, KB Carburetors, Nystroms Auto Sales, Mason Racin, Motul, Mr. Moto, MSD, Outlaw Brakes, Outerwears, Pierotti Motorsports, Performance Bodies, Performance Friction, Ringers, Rush Filters, Scott Performance Wires, Shaver – Wesmar, Simpson, SpeedBear, Speedway Illustrated, VP Racing Fuel, Weld Wheels, Woodward Machine, Wrisco Industries.

For more information on Chubzilla and Chub Frank Racing visit the official website at: www.chubfrank.com

H.O.T. Ends Season with Two-Day Fall Classic

Monday, October 31st, 2005

B-mains and features were run on Saturday along with heats and features for cruisers and junior mini stocks. Almost 280 different drivers vied for a chance to be one of the nine first place finishers. The winners were: I.M.C.A. modified – Glenn Leuschner, Irving; I-Stock – Jason Gore, Combine; I.M.C.A. SportMod – Roy Ewing, Moody; I.M.C.A. hobby stock – Danny Pattat, Crandall; Street Stock – Arnold Hodges, Wells; Pure Stock – David Sarkies, Palestine; Mini Stock – Chris Hale, Healdron, OK; Cruisers – Doug Barber, Waco; Junior Mini Stock – Jared York, Seagoville.

Local racing veteran, Roy Ewing from Moody, ended his 30 year career with the win in the I.M.C.A. SportMod feature Saturday, October 29, during the Fall Classic at the Heart O’ Texas Speedway. Before the race, he received a standing ovation from the fans in the stands and the owners, drivers, and crew members of fellow competitors who lined the top of turns one and two as he made a parade lap around the track before the green flag dropped for the whole field. Ewing’s first race partner and friend, Keith Green from Robinson, followed him to the finish line to win second place in the feature.

The 2005 Awards Banquet is planned for Friday, December 2, 2005, at Linden Hall in Elm Mott. Information about times and tickets will be available soon at www.hotspeedway.com

Complete Results
October 29, 2005


B-MAIN #1—(Top 6 to A) 7. #61—Bubba Lewis, Brookston: 8. #01—Daryl Dawson, Midlothian; 9. #70—George Egbert, Salado; 10. #555—Gerald Helmandollar, Killeen; 11. #71—Charles Lamb, Aledo; 12. #07—Mike Knowles, Irving; 13. #22—Michael Thompson, Waco; DNR #19—George Lamphere, Killeen; DNR #83—Darryl Campbell, Everman; DNR #17X—David Yanascek, Amarillo; DNR #63—Hardy Henderson, Round Rock.

B-MAIN #2—(Top 6 to A) 7. #3A—Matt Hood, McGregor; 8. #15—Andrew Simmerman, Evant; 9. #44—Allen Waltermire, Harker Heights; 10. #174—Mickey Helms, Victoria; 11. #41—Eric Hughes, Boerne; 12. #118—Steven Carter, Waco; 13. #8G—Greg Dinsmore, Kerrville; 14. #24—Larry Sanders, Lampasas; 15. #751—Mark Beltz, Justin; 16. #24I—Gary Simmerman, Evant.

FEATURE—1. #89—Glenn Leuschner, Irving; 2. #1—Keith White, Academy; 3. #4R—Kevin Rowland, Cedar Hill; 4. #7R—Paul White, Academy; 5. #20—Terry Pritchett, Palmer; 6. #357—Brian Killingsworth, Pflugerville; 7. #3—Terry Woodall, Leander; 8. #911—Josh McGaha, Brownwood; 9. #78—Trevor Egbert, Salado; 10. #5—Keith Green, Robinson; 11. #9—Edward Sugg, Grand Prairie; 12. #11M—Matt Martin, Alvarado; 13. #101—Tanner Whitmire, Taft; 14. #120—Mike McCarthy, Copperas Cove; 15. #11—Justin Radcliff, China Spring; 16. #48—Ronnie Sigman, Dallas; 17. #34—Ronnie Warren, Oglesby; 18. #17—Johnny Thomas, El Campo; 19. #97—Doug Lorenz, Harker Heights; 20. #29—Mac Harmon, Waco; 21. #27—Danny Gribble, Killeen; 22. #23—Greg Atwood, Leander; 23. #707—P.J. Egbert, Copperas Cove; 24. #56K—Gregg Killingsworth, Pflugerville.


B-MAIN #1—(Top 6 to A) 7. #01—Dusty McGaha, Bangs; 8. #251—B.J. Dulock, Robinson; 9. #86Z—Zana Craig, Killeen; DNR #106—Blake Mallory, Burleson; DNR #83—Chad Estes, Troy.

B-MAIN #2—(Top 6 to A) 7. #29—Brandt Willis, Waco; 8. #34—Justin McCullough, Waco; 9. #122—Ronnie Sigman, Dallas; 10. #2X—Ben Shipman, Haltom City; DNR #10—Levi Fry, Abilene; DNR #58—Daniel MacWilliams, Copperas Cove.

FEATURE—1. #2—Jason Gore, Combine; 2. #47K—Benji Kirkpatrick, Elm Mott; 3. #19S—Jeff Sustaire, Emory; 4. #72—Charles Brewer, Winters; 5. #1—Ken Miller, Greenville; 6. #18—Pat Wilson, Killeen; 7. #4—Jason Honey, Waco; 8. #73—Tim Ezell, Buffalo; 9. #94—Richard Riley, Killeen; 10. #13—Chris Ochoa, Killeen; 11. #25—Toby Miller, Boyd; 12. #131—Shannon Parsons, Chilton; 13. #12—Brandon Geurin, Whitney; 14. #22—Duain Pritchett, Combine; 15. #79—Justin McGaha, Lampasas; 16. #47—Curtis Washburn, Frankston; 17. #44—Fred Wojtek, Robert Lee; 18. #489—Anthony Otken, Killeen; 19. #181—Ed Thompson, Waco; 20. #62—Mike Miles, Keller; 21. #7—Jason Batt, Killeen; 22. #8—Buck Owens, Cedar Park; 23. #23—Shad Stevens, Troy; 24. #20C—Ron Simpson, Florence; 25. #42—Mark Geurin, Whitney.

I.M.C.A. SportMod

B-MAIN #1—(Top 6 to A) 7. #14—Ricky Heckel, China Spring; 8. #63C—Trace Crawford, Copperas Cove; DNR #102—Ryan St. Cyr; DNR #9—Bennie Everhart, Red Oak.

B-MAIN #2—(Top 6 to A) 7. #21—Jimmy Thomas, Crawford; DNR #14X—Jimmy Sessums; DNR #02—Robert Williams, San Antonio.

FEATURE—1. #28—Roy Ewing, Moody; 2. #1H—Keith Green, Robinson; 3. #7—Cody Frank, Waco; 4. #89—Glenn Leuschner, Irving; 5. #99—Terry Pritchett, Palmer; 6. #1—Keith White, Academy; 7. #1B—Brandon Hood, McGregor; 8. #1R—Ritchie Robins, Lorena; 9. #1X—Ronnie Sigman, Dallas; 10. #30—Chase Jupe, West; 11. #77—Jody Buzbee, Waco; 12. #23—Greg Atwood, Leander; 13. #5C—Chris Cogburn, Waco; 14. #03—Dillon Smith, Waco; 15. #111—Justin Buzbee, Waco; 16. #13—James McGreen, Cedar Hill; 17. #61—Rick Poteet, Hillsboro; 18. #40—Mondo Navarez, Bruceville; 19. #8—Jeff Sexton, Ross; 20. #55—T.J. Green, Robinson; 21. #58—Sid Kiphen, Gatesville; 22. #06—Brandon Stewart, Bruceville; 23. #51H—Mike Knowles, Irving; 24. #3—Paul White, Academy.


FEATURE—1. #27—Danny Pattat, Crandall; 2. #03—Dillon Smith, Waco; 3. #38—Allen Montgomery, Rhome; 4. #60—Nathan Sodek, Temple; 5. #9T—Jarred York, Combine; 6. #22—Willie Kenley, Tolar; 7. #5—Buddy Baker, Lewisville; 8. #33—Charles Cosper, Belton; 9. #5C—Chris Cogburn, Waco; 10. #8—Brandon Goodnight, Mart; 11. #196—Tommy Franklin, Alvarado; 12. #8J—Jason Cook, Grand Prairie.


B-MAIN #1—(Top 6 to A) 7. #69X—Nikki Smith, Frankston; 8. #32—Bill Eller, Hewitt; 9. #11$–Alex Reed, Rockwall; DNR #53—Landon Miller, Tyler; DNR #71—Tommy Kirkpatrick, Elm Mott.

B-MAIN #2—(Top 6 to A) 7. #79—Randy Guzman, San Antonio; 8. #100—Tory Yount, Ennis; 9. #22—Timmy Kemp, Hewitt; 10. #2—John Heffelfinger, Waco; DNR #14—Greg Culverhouse, Waco; DNR #49J—Justin Sternberg, Fort Worth.

FEATURE—1. #28—Arnold Hodges, Wells; 2. #9—David Anderson, Hunstville; 3. #42—Mark Geurin, Whitney; 4. #181—Ed Thompson, Waco; 5. #21—Robert Simmerman, Evant; 6. #8—Greg Andrews, Waco; 7. #27—Rodney Twardeski, Huntsville; 8. #00—Darrel Dawson, Midlothian; 9. #164—Paul Steele, Jr., Chilton; 10. #56—Ricky Braddock, Grand Prairie; 11. #73—Jason Gauntt, Elm Mott; 12. #07—Lil’ Robert Black, Waco; 13. #74—John Sliney, Keller; 14. #1—Doug Andrews, Waco; 15. #69—Steve Smith, Frankston; 16. #14X—John Smith, Frankston; 17. #64—Paul Steele, Chilton; 18. #15H—Greg Haley, Larue; 19. #341—Jason Johnson, Mesquite; 20. #18—Paul Bolfing, Waco; 21. #33—Jeremy Adkins, Killeen; 22. #2G—Chris Guile, Irving; 23. #44—Kenneth Myers, DeSoto; 24. #03—Paul Barton, West.


B-MAIN #1—(Top 6 to A) 7. #118—Steven Carter, Waco; 8. #26—Corky Coffer, West; 9. #94—Slim Daniel, Lacy Lakeview; 10. #03—O.N. Harcrow, West; 11. #176—Dennis Wilson, Lufkin; 12. #57X—Jeffrey Shepperd, Waco; DNR #29—Matt Hodges, Wells; DNR #3—Edward Harcrow, West; DNR #17X—Ray Vann, Axtell.

B-MAIN #2—(Top 6 to A) 7. #08J—Johnny Metcalf, Whitney; 8. #08—Keith Stanton, Palestine; 9. #9—Larry Tuerck, Belton; 10. #10X—Kevin Ashley, Kevin Ashley, Troy; 11. #96—Ryan Niles, Riesel; 12. #6—Andrew Walizer, Moody; 13. #27—Thomas Schmidt, Robinson; 14. #176—Ernest Moravec, Leroy; DNR #99—Joey Farrell, Lufkin; DNR #61D—Mike DeRoon, Elm Mott;

FEATURE—1. #44—David Sarkies, Palestine; 2. #66—Johnny Torres, San Antonio; 3. #07—Lil’ Robert Black, Waco; 4. #4—Abraham Mares III, Poteet; 5. #1st.—David Andrews, Waco; 6. #1K—Ray Kemp, Jr., Riesel; 7. #57—Kevin Smith, Waco; 8. #47—Logan Saulters, Bellmead; 9. #B4—David Sawyer, Axtell; 10. #20—Trevor Sparkman, Round Rock; 11. #40—Mondo Navarez, Bruceville; 12. #51—Bobby Lee Stepp, Venus; 13. #17—Nic Priem, Lexington; 14. #52—Sonsura Blevins, Gainsville; 15. #54—Melvin Kemp, Jr., Waco; 16. #32—Joseph Williams, Waco; 17. #18D—Tommy Honey, Waco; 18. #36—William Stanton, Flint; 19. #106—Tony Lueck, Riesel; 20. #1—Timmy Kemp, Bellmead; 21. #00—Larry Johnson, Rockwall; 22. #14X—Kenny Bruce Jr., Venus; 23. #63—Andy Roller, Waco; 24. #24—Chris Wills, Waco.


FEATURE—1. #3W—Chris Hale, Healdron, OK; 2. #20—Travis Zwiefelhofer, Copperas Cove; 3. #27—Mark Bullock, Sunnyvale; 4. #1—Doug Andrews, Waco; 5. #100—Shane Smith, Waco; 6. #441—Larry Carlisle, Chandler; 7. #23—Shad Stevens, Troy; 8. #44—Tanner Reid, Lampasas; 9. #5—Dave Stewart, Copperas Cove; 10. #57—Jay Baggett, Iowa Park; 11. #17—Barrett Hutchinson, Lingleville; 12. #56—Jeremy O’ Brien, Kempner; 13. #10—Steven Webb, Wichita Falls; 14. #18—Jason Gore, Seagoville; 15. #2—Brittany McElroy, North Richland Hills; 16. #32—David Routon, Killeen; 17. #33—Joey Foote, Eddy; 18. #151—Lyle Miller, Forney; 19. #51—Mike Millsap, Strawn; 20. #3—Brandon McElroy, North Richland Hills; 21. #11—Kevin West, Temple; 22. #15—Baby Blue Harcrow, West; 23. #711—Karen Graham, Weatherford; 24. #38—Daniel Ship, Kempner; DNR #632—Jason Hoffman, Killeen; DNR #B4—O.N. Harcrow, West.


FEATURE1. #44—Doug Barber, Waco; 2. #45—Kenneth Dean, Elm Mott; 3. #25—Michael Guenat, Robinson; 4. #31—Nikki Smith, Frankston; 5. #10R—Russell Brackeen, West; 6. #97—Linda Wills, Axtell; 7. #96—Danny Kreder, Elm Mott; 8. #44X—Steve Buck, Waco; 9. #3—Robin Rasmussen, Killeen; 10. #02—Robert Garcia, Elm Mott; 11. #07—Michael Haisler, Elm Mott; 12. #71—Chad Payne, Whitney; 13. #8E—Jeremy Knight, Bellmead; 14. #91—Doug Eddinger, Temple; 15. #4—Tony Hamil, Lampasas; 16. #2—Gordon Cobble, Elm Mott; 17. #99—Steve Young, Robinson; 18. #24—Russell Bullock, Waco; 19. #11—Bill Jones, Waco; DQ #30—Bobby Norton, Killeen; DQ #85—Corey Stepan, Kempner.


FEATURE—1. #18—Jared York, Seagoville; 2. #07J—Jeff Kinniard, Mansfield; 3. #3D—Dylan Smith, Riesel; 4. #244—Brad Van Marter, Florence; 5. #4—Colt Lancer, Weatherford; 6. #4C—Colton Nowlin, Waco; 7. #3—Brandon McElroy, North Richland Hills; 8. #7—Brandon Campos, Waco; 9. #20T—Hotshoes Taylor Moore, Leander; 10. #6—Trevor Reed, Waco; 11. #2—Brittany McElroy, North Richland Hills; 12. #29—Trevor Honea, Cisco; DNR #63—Zach Henson, Waco; DNR #33—Jay Symm, Lorena.

Bilderback Wins First Career ASA Late Model Series Feature

Monday, October 31st, 2005

A slew of Rockford Speedway regulars surrounded pole-sitter, Stephen Leicht at the start and when all was said and done, five-time Late Model Track Champion, Ricky Bilderback defended his home turf and won his first ever ASA Late Model Series Feature event to the roar and approval of the outstanding crowd on hand for the conclusion of one of the most prestigious end of the season events in the country.

Leicht would not leave home empty handed however as the 18-year-old, one of the “Young Lions of the ASA Late Model Series”, who started on the pole of the century grind, took the green flag to officially clinch the 2005 ASA Late Model Series Championship!

Leicht and another hometown favorite, Ryan Carlson would lead the 27-car field to chief starter, Tom Powell’s green flag to begin the 100-lap feature. Carlson would lead a parade of Rockford veterans that included Tom Gille and Ricky Bilderback around the 2005 ASALM Series Champion using the patented outside groove and it would be Carlson leading the first lap with Bilderback and Gille giving chase.

Bilderback was glued to Carlson’s back bumper as they fought back and fourth for the top spot. The third of nine cautions flew on lap 43 when Doug Mahlik spun heading into turn two, Brent Downey had nowhere to go and slammed into the stopped Mahlik and coming to rest on the inside turn three wall and Mahlik’s front end. Both were ok but done for the evening.

On the restart, Carlson was determined to fend off the five-time Rockford Speedway champion, but Bilderback, from near-by Rockton, Illinois had other ideas and finally on lap 61, Bilderback worked his way around Carlson to take over the lead. A lap later, the most serious incident of the afternoon occurred when Leicht and Gille got together in turns three and four resulting in a massive nine car pile-up, forcing Series Officials to throw the red flag.

Once the incident was cleaned up, racing resumed with Bilderback maintaining the top spot while Carlson kept Bilderback within striking distance. Bilderback was determined however as the multi-time track champion withstood several late race cautions and a last ditch effort from Carlson to score his first career ASA Late Model Series Feature win!

Carlson settled for second as Peter Cozzolino, Chad Wood, Jesse Saunders, 2005 Pat Bourdow Memorial Rookie of the Year Brian Campbell, Jack Smith, Steven Krunich from 25th, Jason Dietsch, and Doug True would round out the top 10.

As for the 2005 ASA Late Model Series Champion, Stephen Leicht, he didn’t have a great day race wise as the Asheville, North Carolina driver was involved in a lap 62 pile-up with Rockford veteran, Tom Gille and would be shown 22nd at the finish.

Back on September 24th, Leicht won his fourth Motive Gear Fast Qualifier award of the season with a lap measured at 13.614 around the rugged ¼ mile high-banked paved oval and also won one of the four 20-lap “Smackdown” Qualifier Heat races. Carlson, Gille, and Bilderback also picked up Qualifier Heat Race wins.

The ASA Late Model Series will have one more event remaining. The All-American 400 at the Music City (TN) Motorplex in Nashville, Tennessee will close out the 2005 season for the ASA Late Model Series/Southern All-Stars Series and the CRA Super Series who will co-sanction the weekend long festivities with the Lexington, Michigan based series on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, November 4th, 5th, and 6th. For more information about the All-American 400 go to: www.musiccitymotorplex.com or www.craracing.net

For more information about the approaching 2006 season with the ASA Late Model Challenge Series, the ASA Late Model Series Northern and Southern Divisions; check out their websites at www.asalatemodelsnorth.com and www.asalatemodelssouth.com You can also call the ASALM Series home offices at 1 (800) 385-2503 or log onto the main website at: www.asalatemodels.com

Chicago International Trucks/Season Championships 100 UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

Pos. Start Car #/Driver Laps
1. 4 102 Ricky Bilderback 100
2. 2 32 Ryan Carlson 100
3. 5 11 Peter Cozzolino 100
4. 7 2 Chad Wood 100
5. 9 87 Jesse Saunders 100
6. 12 29 Brian Campbell 100
7. 18 28 Jack Smith 100
8. 25 04 Steven Krunich 100
9. 22 6 Jason Dietsch 100
10. 24 93 Doug True 100
11. 27 7 Landon Cassill 100
12. 23 88 Mike Satkowiak 100
13. 17 92 Travis Dassow 100
14. 20 84 Brett Piontek 99
15. 19 122 J.D. Leonard 99
16. 21 1 Greg Nienhouse 97
17. 26 75 Mike Tetzlaff 92
18. 15 30 Mark Hartline 83
19. 6 90 Keeton Hanks 66
20. 16 81 Jesse Smith 66
21. 10 23 Kris Stump 63
22. 1 89 Stephen Leicht 62
23. 3 35 Tom Gille 62
24. 13 97 Jason Tyler 62
25. 11 40 Nick Hammer 62
26. 8 15 Doug Mahlik 43
27. 18 25 Brent Downey 43

Lap Leaders: 89 Stephen Leicht-Pole, 32 Ryan Carlson 1-60, 102 Ricky Bilderback 61-100. Cautions 9.




Top Drivers Harvest Fall Festival Wins at East Bay

Sunday, October 30th, 2005

Jeff Conyers scored his fifth Outlaw 4 victory to start the evening’s features. The 15-lap main event brought 17 cars to the start. Polesitter Steve Miller stumbled, allowing outside front row racer Josh Peacock to dash into the lead. Peacock, who won the earlier heat race, saw his first challenger coming from fellow heat winner Jim Coursen. Mechanical problems sidelined Coursen early, allowing Alex Boerner to renew a bid for the lead. Back in the field, Conyers was beginning to move forward from his starting position, moving into the top five by the third lap. On a lap four restart, Conyers shot by Wayne Williams and caught Michael Gulvin for third. He slipped past Boerner before a lap 7 caution bunched the field. Within two laps, Conyers moved low to bypass Peacock and Pete Grantham followed Conyers. Peacock ran third until suffering mechanical problems two laps from the end. On the restart, Gulvin shot past Wallace Peacock to gather in third. Conyers held off Grantham for the win with Gulvin third. Travis Varnadore ran a steady race for fourth with Boerner coming home fifth.

A 20-car field of Limited Late Models thundered to the green with heat winner Tommy Evonosky at the point. At the drop of the green, Evonosky moved out to the lead and held it until the cautions started on lap four. Bruce Harvey tried every line on the subsequent restarts, but Evonosky ran steady and strong. Forest Gough, winner of an earlier heat race, slipped past Harvey who drifted high and gave chase for the leader. Gough’s hopes dimmed when he spun on lap 10 while pursuing Evonosky. Harvey regained the second spot and a multi-car crash stopped the momentum once again. With curfew looming, the race was reduced to 13 laps and Evonosky held on for a wire-to-wire win, his first feature victory of the season. Harvey kept second ahead of William Hampton. Timmy Bronson claimed fourth with David Simpson fifth.

The 25-lap Late Model main brought 16 cars to the grid and polesitter Bobby Clark became the early leader. Marshall Austin slipped by Bobby Alexander Jr. to grab second. Austin ducked inside the leader in turn three on the third lap and took the top position. Roger Crouse grabbed second on the fifth lap and pursued Austin. David Schmauss battled with Crouse while Austin stretched out his lead. With six laps remaining, Austin lost the handle in turn two, but regained in time to keep the lead. It was short lived as the car spun again in turn four, giving Crouse the advantage. Crouse had a hard charging Keith Nosbisch, who had pitted early in the race, now as a serious contender. While the lead battle was taking shape, the fans were glued to the efforts of heat winner K.D. Kelley. Kelly moved to the top of the track and made it work as he picked off positions to put himself into the top three. As Nosbisch and Crouse took the white flag, Nosbisch moved low on the backstretch. They were wheel to wheel in the final corner with Crouse edging Nosbisch for the win. Kelley scored a strong third with Jack Nosbisch Jr. and David Schmauss rounding out the top five. Keith Nosbisch joined Kelley as a heat winner.

A solid field of 21 cars started the Open Wheel Modified main as Jamie Burrows grabbed the lead. Rusty Dixon moved past Devin Dixon at the halfway mark. Jeff Mathews and David Schmauss were putting on a spirited battle for position inside the top five. Rusty Dixon slipped to the inside of Burrows on the 10th lap to claim the lead. Burrows ran second until losing the handle with three laps to go, moving Schmauss to second. No one could catch Dixon, who made it back-to-back wins and claimed his third feature of the year. Schmauss was second with Mathews third. Trevor Merrill kept his car inside the top five to post a fourth-place run while Devin Dixon arrived in fifth. Devin Dixon and Mathews claimed the preliminaries.

Street Stocks continued a tradition of strong field with 21 cars on hand for the 15-lap main. Heat races were won by Austin Sanders and Kyle Bronson. At the start of the feature, several attempts were made for a clean start. When the start happened, Daniel Lewis moved out to the lead. Lewis had Matthew Grissom charging and Grissom gained the lead on lap 3. Through several cautions, drivers deep in the field began to make some moves. Heat winner Sanders found his car climbing into second by the halfway mark. He lost the spot a lap later to Steven Johnson. Grissom and Johnson made contact in turn two and both cars retired to the pits, returning at the tail. In front, Sanders led the field for the restart as Buck Woodhouse moved to the top of the racetrack to pester Michael Cherry and Sanders. Cherry was able to slip past Sanders with one lap to go and score his second feature of the year. Sanders held second with Woodhouse a fine third. Cam Canova and Tim Spencer rounded out the top five.

Four Cylinder Bomber action saw perennial favorites D.B. Hogwaler and Buck Skinner start the night with heat wins. In the feature, luck was not on the side of Hogwaler, who ended up making contact with the outside wall and retiring early. Some wild action throughout the field saw contact often within the field, but Skinner avoided all of the trouble and charged to the lead. Skinner notched his third straight feature and sixth of the year. J.L. Moorehead added another top five with a second place run. Dan Bliss logged a third place run ahead of W.B. Hogwaler and Rich Livernois Jr.

East Bay Raceway Park will be the scene of the USCS Fall Brawl on Friday and Saturday, November 4 and 5. Local divisions will be racing with the traveling Sprints each night. Complete information is available at www.eastbayracewaypark.com.