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Archive for September, 2011

Speedbowl awards Wild ‘n Wacky Wednesday competitors for 2011

Friday, September 30th, 2011

Waterford, CT – Waterford Speedbowl honored drivers in its Wild ‘n Wacky series Wednesday evening at the track for their 2011 season accomplishments. Over 200 guests attended the ceremonies held under the hospitality tent on track grounds. The top-five drivers and teams from each of the series’ four divisions – Legends Cars, Bandoleros, Super X-Cars and X-Cars – were recognized along with special recognition award winners. The track’s top Rookie drivers, the Most Improved Drivers and the Sportsmen of the Year in each division were named.

Dana Dimatteo of Farmington was presented his championship trophies for the Legends Cars division. Top Bandolero honors went to 12 year-old Rachel Forte of Douglas, MA, the youth division’s second consecutive female champion. Frank Alessio of Colchester and Pete Zaikarite of Niantic were presented championship hardware for their Super X-Car and X-Car titles, respectively.

Earning Rookie of the Year honors for top first-year competitors were Nicholas Lascuola of Brockton, MA for the Legends Cars, third-generation racer Jacob Perry of Pawcatuck in the Bandoleros, Ed Ryan of Preston in the Super X-Cars and Christopher Lee of Uncasville in the X-Cars.

The Most Improved Drivers from a year ago were Dave Garbo Jr. of Stonington, who claimed seven victories during the Wild ‘n Wacky season in the Legends Cars and Forte in the Bandolero’s after she moved from tenth in the season standings a year ago to the championship. The Super X-Car Most Improved Driver was Dan Moon from Exeter, RI after he jumped up to sixth in the division standings and placed several top finishes. Chris Garside of Waterford was named Most Improved in the X-Cars after being a weekly contender for victory, claiming two for the year.

Sportsmen of the Year in the respective divisions included Ed Field of Deep River for Legends Cars, Rene Morgillo of Niantic in the Bandoleros, Peter Pollard of Old Lyme for Super X-Cars and Mike Marvin of Colchester in the X-Cars. Those drivers were recognized for their unwavering support of the Wild ‘n Wacky series and their fellow competitors.

ASA Weekend Preview for September 30 – October 2, 2011

Friday, September 30th, 2011

DAYTONA BEACH, FL – It will be a busy weekend of racing with many ASA Member Tracks and Series hosting or participating in
fall events. For some, this will be their season finale.

Here is a look at what is happening this weekend.


ASA MIDWEST TOUR (SUPER LATE MODELS, SPORTSMAN) Rockford Speedway (Loves Park, IL) The popular Super Late Model tour will make its first visit to the historic quarter-mile and headline the 46^th Annual National Short Track Championships
on Saturday and Sunday. On Sunday, they will be competing in a 200-lap feature event.

The ASA Midwest Sportsman Tour will have their season finale on Saturday night at Rockford Speedway. Chris Marek will be looking for his second straight championship as he holds an 85-point lead over Scott Null.

Hickory Motor Speedway (Hickory, NC) America’s Premiere Stock Car Tuner Series will have their season finale at the famous Hickory Motor Speedway this Saturday. Danny Bagwell is looking to repeat as the series champion as he will come into the duel feature event with a 90-point lead over Todd Hawkes in the standings.

Dodge County Fairgrounds Speedway (Beaver Dam, WI) The 2011 season will come to a close this Saturday night at the fast half-mile clay oval located east of Beaver Dam, WI for the Dick Witt Checkered Classic. Billy Balog will come into the event with a 145-point lead over Mike Reinke in the series standings.

ACE SPEEDWAY (Altamahaw, NC) Join us this Friday, September 30th for Championship Night, presented by Chick-Fil-A and King’s Auto Salvage. Competing this week will be the Limited Late Models with Twin 35′s, the Chick-Fil-A Mini Stocks with Twin 20′s and the King’s Auto Salvage Extremes with Twin 20′s. Admission this week will be $12 for Adults, $8 for Students & Seniors with ID and free for kids 12 and under.

BIG COUNTRY SPEEDWAY (Cheyenne, WY) The racing program will start at 4pm this Saturday. The Grand American Modifieds, High Plain Modifieds, Late Models, Sportsman, Super Stocks, Mod 4’s, Warriors, and the Bomber Washer/Dryer Race are on the schedule.

CORPUS CHRISTI SPEEDWAY (Corpus Christi, TX) The racing action returns this Saturday night after taking a week off. The
Front Runners, Bombers, Super Streets, Sport Mods and Go Carts will be in action. Gates open at 6:00pm with Racing at 8:00pm.

DESOTO SUPER SPEEDWAY (Bradenton, FL) Another full program is scheduled for this Saturday night. The Mini Stocks,
Mod Mini’s, Flyin 4’s, Bombers, Magic 4’s, Trophy Dash Cars, Race Cars of Yesterday and Outlaw Modifieds will be in action. Normal weekly admission and times are: Ages 13 & up is $15.00, ages 12 & under are FREE! Racing gets underway at 7:00pm SHARP!

DILLON MOTOR SPEEDWAY (Dillon, SC) Fall Spectacular, October 28, 29 and 30. All Classes will be racing, practice will be Friday the 28th, qualifying on Saturday the 29th and racing will be on the 30th.

EAST BAY RACEWAY PARK (Tampa, FL) ASA sanctioned racing returns to East Bay Raceway Park on Saturday, October 1,
2011. The program will be Late Models, Q Auto & Injury Attorneys Limited Late Models, Street Stocks, Outlaw 4’s, 4 Cylinder Bombers, Dirt Daubers and the Big Jim Bargo Memorial for the Fan Participation drivers during intermission. Weekly admission is: Adults are $12, Seniors 55 & up are $10.00, Teens 13-17 with ID is $7.00, and kids 12 & under are FREE with paying adult! Racing starts at 6:30pm.

HARTFORD MOTOR SPEEDWAY (Hartford, MI) Dealers Choice Weekend is this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. On Friday, they
will have the SOD King of Michigan event along with Street Stocks and Pure Stocks. On Saturday, they will have the $5,000 to win Michigan Dirt Cup for the UMP Modifieds. Sunday will feature the UMP Late Models, Street Stocks and Pure Stocks. Racing starts at 8pm on Friday, 6pm on Saturday and 5pm on Sunday.

HAVASU 95 SPEEDWAY (Lake Havasu City, AZ) The racing action returns on Saturday, October 8 with the Legends, Bandoleros, ASA Street Stocks, ASA Truck Series, Factory Stocks and Team Factory Stocks. Gates open at 5:00pm with Racing at 7pm.

INDE MOTORSPORTS RANCH (Wilcox, AZ) The NASA AZ will be competing on October 1-2.

LEBANON I-44 SPEEDWAY (Lebanon, MO) The 2011 season will come to a close this Saturday with the “Fall Shootout.”
Five divisions will be in action with the Late Models highlighting the racing action with a 100-lap feature event. A post-race pit party with a live DJ and Shriner’s sponsored draft beer sales will take place after the final feature event. Racing will begin at 5:00pm.

LONESOME PINE RACEWAY (Coeburn, VA) The season finale is this Saturday night. The Late Models, Chargers, Pure 4’s,
Street Stocks, Legends, Renegades, and Powder Puff will be in action. Gates open at 4pm. If you come with your Crash-A-Rama ticket, you will receive half-price admission. Regular admission is Adults $10, Children 12 & Under are FREE with a paying adult. Seniors 62+ & military are $7.

MERIDIAN SPEEDWAY (Meridian, ID) There are two big events this weekend. On Friday, fans will be able to watch some awesome Freestyle Motocross action featuring Justin Homan and the Metal Mulisha. Plus, Vintage Bikes and Thunderdogs in the area! On Sunday, it’s the second Idaho Amateur Motocross starting at 9am. More info at

NEWPORT MOTOR SPEEDWAY (Newport, TN) Newport Motor Speedway will be back in action on October 8 with the First Annual Davey Crockett LMS Championship Race featuring a 200-lap feature in four 50-lap segments. The Street Stocks, FWD, Mod-4, Legends, and Mini Cups will also be in action.

ORANGE SHOW SPEEDWAY (San Bernardino, CA) Orange Show Speedway will be back in action on Saturday, October 1. The Late Models, Super Stocks, Pony Stocks, Factory 4, and Stock Car USA will be in action. Gates open at 5:00pm with Racing at 7:00pm.

SKAGIT SPEEDWAY (Burlington, WA) The Skagit Supercross Series hosts the final round of action for the 2011 season. See the exciting motorcycles and quads flying off jumps as they zig zag through the Supercross course. Racing at 1:00pm. For more info click the Supercross tab.

SOUTHERN OREGON SPEEDWAY (Medford, OR) The first ever Skinner Autoplex Meineke Topless 50 is this Saturday. Modifieds
and Pro Stocks will be competing side-by-side with no tops on their cars. You can look at the drivers in the eye as they come out of turn four and compete for a $10,000 purse with $2,500 to win and $200 to each driver that starts the A-Main. The Mini

VIRGINIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY (Jamaica, VA) The Seventh Annual Run-A-Muck Mud Bog and Mud Sling is this Saturday. Gates and registration opens at 9am with single eliminations starting at noon. Adults are $12, children 7-17 are $10 and ages 6 and under are FREE.

YAKIMA SPEEDWAY (Yakima, WA) The 24^th Annual Fall Classic is this Saturday and Sunday. Saturday will have trophy dashes, heat races, qualifying heats, and Pro 4 Late Model championship. Sunday will have main events for the Street Stocks, Hobby Stocks and the 200-lap Late Model race. Gates open at 11am with opening ceremonies at 1pm each day.

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Jason Rauen Scores Pair of Top Fives at I-80; Knoxville Next

Friday, September 30th, 2011

Farley, Iowa- Jason Rauen took his #98 Rauen Motorsports/MB Customs/Pro Power Super Late Model into battle over the weekend in a pair of co-sanctioned events between the Corn Belt Clash and Lucas Oil MLRA and came away with a pair of top five finishes to show for his efforts.

The Lucas Oil MLRA and Corn Belt Clash resumed their 2011 season on Friday night with the opening event of the Cornhusker Classic as 47 entries were on hand for the $3,000-to-win race at I-80 Speedway (Greenwood, Nebraska). The night would start well as Jason started fifth in his heat race before charging to the win to earn the third starting spot for the main event.
Rauen would look to have a car to contend for the win early in the race before a broken shock created handling issues. He would still battle the ill-handling car to a solid fourth place finish behind race winner, Kyle Berck, Denny Eckrich, and John Anderson.

Saturday night found Jason in action in the second night of the Cornhusker Classic at I-80 Speedway (Greenwood, Nebraska) as 46 entries registered for action in the Lucas Oil MLRA and Corn Belt Clash co-sanctioned event. Heat race action saw him race his way to a second place finish to earn the fifth starting spot for the main event. Rauen would run in the top five for the duration of the event before a late race caution allowed him to race his way past Kelly Boen to claim the second spot in the final rundown to race winner, John Anderson. Full weekend results are available at

This weekend, September 29th-October 1st, Jason will invade Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, Iowa) for the 8th Annual Lucas Oil Knoxville Late Model Nationals, which will be sanctioned the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS). With over a quarter of a million dollars in payout on the line the event gets underway with a $7,000-to-win event on Thursday night before seeing another $7,000-to-win event contested on Friday night. Saturday night’s program will be headlined by a $40,000-to-win, 100 lap finale. For more information on this weekend’s events please visit and .

Jason Rauen would like to thank all of his sponsors including Rauen Precision Machinery, MB Customs, Mars Race Cars, Jay Dickens Racing Engines, Burco Farms & Tractor Sales, H-D Trucking, Simon’s Trucking, Motion Industries, Loctite, Imperial Stone, Wemzel’s Towing, Ruf Equipment, M-K Matic, VP Racing Fuels, Bell Picture Frames, B&B Racing Engines, Tri-State Polishing, X-Treme Graphics By J-Rod

For the latest information on Jason Rauen, please visit

More To Love With Double Points

Friday, September 30th, 2011

October will start off with a $1500 to win Double Points race for the UMP Open-Wheel Modifieds. Alongside the Modifieds will be the Gladiators, Sportsman, and the Florida Mini Sprints Association. Many drivers will be looking for a win and some valuable points and they could be closer then they think.

The 2011 UMP Open-Wheel Modified season has mostly been led by the 3-time champ Jeff Mathews. Unlike last season, however, Mathews hasn’t dominated every race and has just 2 wins. Another would build upon his 39 point lead and get him ever closer to that unprecedented 4th-in-a-row. Ivedent Lloyd, Jr. and Austin Sanders have each put the Mathews Motorsports 333 on track but neither has won with it. Lloyd has been close a few times but has used his better luck on the Late Model side. Jim Passino has taken Chuck Gustafson’s 34 all the way to 3rd but he has 52 points to make up. With Double
Points he could do it but Mathews will need to help him. Garret Stewart and Dave Barber are having top 5 seasons but both still want a win. Stewart continues to seek that elusive 1st win and with the way he’s run on Double Points nights it could be closer then ever. Ronnie Chance has put Donald Wilson’s 7S in the 6th position with some wonderful consistency. Consistency is the key to a title and it also leads to wins. Hammond Motorsports’ Kyle Bronson is in 7th and is coming off of a bad race.

Bronson wouldn’t mind going from flipper to winner but it’s easier said than done. Hozie Hutchenson has put Henry Hall in his 31 for 2011 and Hall has driven it to 8th so far. Hall still seeks a win this season but could take it at any time. Tom Macaloso made a good decision when he put Rich Pratt in his #78 and the alliance has produced 2 wins including the coveted One Last One For PJ Wiggins in which he won in a dramatic fashion. Scott Mooers, the rookie, rounds out the top 10. Mooers has driven smart and has finished races and can focus on top 5s and wins rather than fixing race cars. With 11 wins between them and the top 2 albeit locked up Steve Cox, 7 wins, and Reid Christensen, 4, deserve the nicknames “Dominator” and “New Dominator.” Cox leads Christensen by 32 points but it isn’t impossible. Christensen has gained 30 points in a 3-week period before and could do it again. Brandon Haseleu and Steve Johnson are 3rd and 4th, respectively, with 2 entirely different seasons. Haseleu has used consistency, will power, and the help of his father to hold onto 3rd while Johnson has used top 3 after top 3 to gain back the points he lost in the first 5 weeks. Richard Todd and Jerry Taylor are in a heated battle for 5th with Taylor just 1 point out.

Both have shown they can win but have yet to close the deal. Over 400 points out of 1st and in the battle for 7th are Matt Kramer and Robert Graham.

Kramer and his crew are coming off of an impressive 4th place finish and hope to repeat and improve by season’s end. Graham, on the other hand, is looking for wins and has come close a few times but that rotten luck has bitten him. Graham could make it an interesting 4-man battle at the front with his team-mate Christensen and the S&S Cars. Kody Fisher and Stephen Frankland round out the top 10. Both have shown improvement and could take some valuable points with a win or 2 by season’s end.

The Sportsman division has their 2nd feature of 2011 and will show some massive gains with the knowledge they gained from a few weeks ago. JO Nobles brought the Sportsman down and showed the other drivers how to get around Bubba Raceway Park. Nobles will hope to do it again, but Davey Kinsey and Forrest Gough will do their best to take another podium finish- this time on the top step. John Bradley and Charlie Davis rounded out the top 5 with impressive drives as well. Bill Adkins, Adam Collins, and Collin Wright were 6th-8th, respectively, and stayed out of trouble for the most part. “Big Puddin” Billy Costello had rotten luck and had a DNF as did Chris Shea who impressed in his 1st ever start in the Sportsman.

Round 7 of a 10 race Bubba Raceway Park season takes place this week-end for the Florida Mini Sprints and they’ll be looking for their 7th different winner. David Pleaugh, currently locked in a battle for the title, won the first feature in dominant fashion. Of course, that is his only win of 2011.

Gavin Thomas took the 2nd win while driving for Jesse Teed who happened to take the 3rd feature of 2011. Eddie Moss, Jr. watched his brother flip down the frontstretch but it didn’t stop him from taking the 4th feature and enjoying it. Of course, it also helped his cause in the championship battle as he is 4th. Chris Pacetti literally drove over Justin Kolves for the Round 5 victory but was disqualified for a missing muffler which gave Kolves the trophy, points, and money. Kolves has missed a few races which has dropped him to a distant 5th in the FMSA points standings. Chris Pacetti took his 4th win of the season, his first since April, in Round 6 and kept it this time. With such a diverse group of men and women on the tour there is no telling who will take the next checkered flag or even the championship. (All points positions in this article are as of September 19)

Gates open at 4:30 with racing scheduled for 7. Best seats get taken early so you will want to be the early bird. For more information you can go to or call the Speedway hotline at 352-622-9400.

McCarthy Auto Group Show Me Spectacular this weekend at I-35 Speedway!!!

Friday, September 30th, 2011

The first ever McCarthy Auto Group Show Me Spectacular headlines the end of the 2011 racing season at I-35 Speedway. The show includes the Sport Mods/B-Mods, Stock Cars and Hobby Stocks on Friday, September 30th and Saturday, October 1st.

The Sport Mods/B-Mods will pay $1,500 to win, $110 to start and B Feature racers not making the show $55. The Stock Cars pay $750 to win, $80 to start and B Feature racers not making the show $40. The Hobby Stocks pay $500 to win, $65 to start and B Feature racers not making the show $35. Eighth place in the Show Me events will receive a watch courtesy of McCarthy Auto Group.

Racers can qualify either Friday or Saturday night. Each night the drivers will draw for their starting position in the heat races.

Friday’s show will involve qualifying through heat races and D, C, and B features, as needed, to determine the first six rows of the 24 car fields for the main event, the Show Me features on Saturday night. Friday’s event will conclude with the scrambles for each class. Sixteen cars will qualify for the scramble with only twelve racecars moving on to the Show Me features. The scrambles determine starting order for the Show Me features, with Friday’s races determining the front six rows of the Show Me. The top twelve finishing positions of the Friday scramble will be the starting order for the Show Me feature events on Saturday.

Those not qualifying on Friday night will have another chance to claim the final twelve positions for the Show Me on Saturday as we will again hold heat races, alphabet features as needed, all leading to the scrambles on Saturday evening. After the scrambles the first ever Show Me Spectacular feature events will be run. The Show Me events include the 15 Lap Hobby Stock, 20 Lap Stock Car/Street Stock,
and 25 lap Sport Mod/B Mod Show Me Spectacular.

Friday’s schedule begins with gates opening at 4:30 P.M.; Driver’s meeting at 6:30 with the first race at 7:30 P.M. Saturday’s schedule has the gates opening at 4:30 P.M.; Driver’s meeting at 6:00 P.M., and racing at 7:00 P.M.

I-35 Speedway allows camping for the two day show (no electrical access) and a free breakfast on Saturday morning with your pit pass. Pit passes are $60 for a two day pass or $35 for a single day pass.

Full payouts registration and rules can be seen by visiting and clicking on the Show Me Spectacular emblem on the right side of the website. Rules have been opened to allow regional B Mod, Street Stock/Factory Stock, and Hobby Stocks to come and compete with the weekly stars of I-35 Speedway. If you race in any of these classes at other area tracks, bring your rules and plan to come and compete at I-35 Speedway one more time before the off season begins.

I-35 Speedway is located at exit 64 off Interstate 35 ten miles north of Cameron. For further information visit our website The track telephone on race day is 660-749-5317.

I-35 Speedway would like to thank the following sponsors for supporting this additional opportunity to race to end the 2012 racing season:

McCarthy Auto Group, Seeburg Mufflers, Missouri Organic, Hunt’s Car Care Centers, Christy’s Tasty Queen, Clay County Engine Rebuilders, Motorcycle Closeouts, Scobee Powerline, Cameron’s Auto Repair, AAA Transmission, Farm Bureau Insurance, Lake Road Warehouse, Thoroughbred Ford Platte City, A to Z Billboards, Midwest Auto and Diesel, and Cameron Auto Salvage and Recycling

Please make it a point to patronize those who support our sport.