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1  Saturday Night Racer / SATURDAY NIGHT RACER / Bakersfield Speedway 9/22 results
 on: 09/22/18 at 11:20pm 
Started by AStewart37 | Post by AStewart37  
IMCA Modifieds (14 cars)

A Main
1. #15B Brad Pounds
2. #198 Robby Sawyer
3. #3ac Austin Keifer
4.#c9 Clint Reichenbach
5. #11x Rob Sanders
6. #2J Justin Schweitzer
7. #07T Randy Thornell
8. #51B Bryan Clark
9. #14BT Blake Thornell
10. #71 Bill Wilker
11. #7 Chris Crompe
12. #55 Karl Noland Sr
13. #44s Shane DeVolder
14. #17n Steve Noland

IMCA Northern SportMods (12 cars)

A Main
1. #18c Chris McKellar
2. #83 Jason Nation
3. #20s Kevin Johnson
4.#G6 Gary Dutton
5. #40 Nick Spainhoward
6. #ar15 Jack Aguiar
7. #4 Garrett Jernagan
8. #21P David Pearson
9. #68s Billy Simkins
10. #34 Robby Claborn
11. #3 Dylan Potter
12. #51G Gavyn Manning

Hobby Stock (14 cars)

A Main
1. #91x Michael Scruggs
2. #52x Nick Spainhoward
3. #1n Nicholas Johnson
4.#10 Trevor Baker
5. #144 Lloyd Wren Jr
6. #11 Cody Johnson
7. #99 Don Mead
8. #0 Justin Gonzales
9. #37 Matt Crawford
10. #52 Perry Alderman
11. #8k Dale Frye
12. #48x Tom Manzella
13. #5x Mike Lewis
14. #5 Raymond Noland Jr

Mini Stocks (20 cars)

A Main
1. #1D David Wolford
2. #777 Clint Massey
3. #66 Chris Rutledge
4.#32x Jason Cook
5. #9 Gene Glover
6. #6 Andy Boydstun
7. #5 Candy Noland-Soares
8. #2 Jillian Mercer
9. #70 Roy Maynard Sr
10. #15L Eric Loya
11. #78 Sherry Duncan
12. #86x Liam Meyers
13. #175w Misty Warren
14. #75w Brandon Wolford
15. #33 Destiny Joplin
16. #28c James Coots
17. #15 Shawn Schwartzenberger
DNS #5T Teddy Caraveo
DNS #39 Steve Porter
DNS #13 Jose Rosales

IMCA Stock Cars (9 cars)

A Main
1. #159 Chad Johnson
2. #45 Troy Patee
3. #111 Tyler Johnson
4.#1jx Stephen Streeter
5. #1 Alan Mendes
6. #77x Michael Schneider
7. #15 Shawn Schwartzenberger
8. #11 Brock Hamilton
DNS #10T Larry Thompson

Outlaw Karts (16 cars)

A Main
1. #49 Stilez Roberson
2. #9 Riley Clem
3. #15B Brad Pounds
4.#12m Larry Moody
5. #14 Gavyn Manning
6. #17 Tyler Blankenship
7. #8s Levi Smith
8. #12 Gerald Mckellar
9. #911 Jake Lyon
10. #17G Robert Gordon
11. #60 Tailer Mornson
12. #73 Tony Banks
13. #22 Kyle Eurto
14. #18c Chris McKellar
15. #11m Wyatt Moody
16. #71 Rowdy Sneed

2  Saturday Night Racer / SATURDAY NIGHT RACER / Bakersfield Speedway 9/15 results
 on: 09/15/18 at 9:00pm 
Started by AStewart37 | Post by AStewart37  
IMCA RaceSaver Sprints (16 cars)

A Main
1. #35 Albert Pombo
2. #38 Kyle Rasmusson
3. #67G Grant Duinkerken
4. #53 Michael Pombo
5. #18 Grant Champlin
6. #10F Jarred Faria
7. #2 Brooklyn Holland
8. #99 Rob Solomon
9. #9s Rick Bray
10. #5 Maruo Simone
11. #4x Richard Weddle
12. #45 Monthy Ferreira
13. #86E Garrett Jernagan
14. #18x Lance Jackson
15. #31H Phil Heynen
DNS #86 Chris Ennis

American Stocks (20 cars)

A Main
1. #316 Kenny White
2. #7A JR Garcia
3. #3 Brandon Ratcliff
4. #74 Miranda Scott
5. #40 Nick Spainhoward
6. #24D Daryl Mealer
7. #88 Joe Humphrey
8. #55 Marc McCaslin
9. #86c Clay Waters
10. #71 Candi Varney
11. #23 Kylie Conway
12. #17 Tim Varney
13. #73 Caitlyn Guess
14. #24 Tyler Johnson
15. #52 Kody Sly
16. #46 Brian Childress
17. #14 JD Mealer
18. #174 Wayne Dotson
19. #15D Dakota Brown
20. #21R Roger Welch

Mod Lites (15 cars)

A Main
1. #11 Zach Forster
2. #14 JD Brown
3. #213 Roy Maynard Jr
4. #29 Phil Barrow
5. #4 Anthony Balcazar
6. #13m Nicholas Johnson
7. #27 Daniel West
8. #24c Kenny Cochrun
9. #17 Tim Varney
10. #8 Jacob Diamond
11. #2 Jakob Carey
12. #12 Jeff Thompson
13. #23k Kaden Cochrun
14. #88 Danny Valdez
15. #68 Cayden McCaslin

Sr Mini Dwarfs (9 cars)

A Main
1. #17 Tyler Blankenship
2. #135 Deegan Bledsaw
3. #1 Jett Yantis
4. #3 Mason Ratcliff
5. #22 Trenton Rickel
6. #72 Mason Conway
7. #54 Brayden Bell
8. #7A Alysa McChristian
9. #7 Nathaniel Edwards

Jr Mini Dwarfs (11 cars)

A Main
1. #18 Ethan Giannetto
2. #21H Seth Hanson
3. #25cc Carson Conway
4. #84 Wyatt Webb
5. #7 Tristen Harrington
6. #12N Adam Nohl
7. #18B Bryson Martin
8. #6 Khloe Cotton
9. #09 Bransyn Speer
10. #12E Emma McKellar
11. #135 Jax Bledsaw

Mini Mods (5 cars)

A Main
1. #6 Kennedy Cotton
2. #4 Cade Lewis
3. #111 Cole Forster
4. #7 Nathaniel Edwards
5. #17 Tyler Blankenship

3  Saturday Night Racer / SATURDAY NIGHT RACER / Bakersfield Speedway 9/8 results
 on: 09/08/18 at 7:04pm 
Started by AStewart37 | Post by AStewart37  
Pro Stocks (8 cars)

A Main
1. #21JT Justin Crockett
2. #68s Billy Simkins
3. #50 Chris Smith
4. #21 Devin Crockett
5. #13m Matt Mayo Sr
6. #c5 Wayne Coffman
7. #88 Chris Clinton
8. #4 Jerry Stewart

California Lightning Sprints (24 cars)

A Main
1. #91 AJ Bender
2. #14 Jarrett Kramer
3. #2 Doug Nunes
4. #8 Kiwi Alexander
5. #21K Bobby Michnowicz
6. #37 Dominic Del Monte
7. #45 Cody Nigh
8. #18 Brent Sexton
9. #73x Aiden Lange
10. #8G Eric Greco
11. #42D Kyle Dodd
12. #2j James Turnbull
13. #44G Grant Sexton
14. #2R Robb Pelmear
15. #7 Pat Kelley
16. #7F Frank Ditmar
17. #41B Wink Schweitzer
18. #17 Dale Gamer
19. #1k Kevin Michnowicz
20. #4 James Heling
21. #42 Jon Robertson
22. #17F Dan Foster
23. #73 Donny Martin
24. #18x Rex Jorn

Mini Stocks (16 cars)

A Main
1. #32x Jason Cook
2. #1D David Wolford
3. #15 Paul Schwartzenberger
4. #6 Andy Boydstun
5. #33 Destiny Joplin
6. #77 Matt Herod
7. #2 Jillian Mercer
8. #9 Gene Glover
9. #75w Brandon Wolford
10. #78 Sherry Duncan
11. #66 Chris Rutledge
12. #70 Roy Maynard Sr
13. #86x Liam Meyers
14. #3x Todd Minchew
15. #15s Shawn Schwartzenberger
DNS #777 Clint Massey

Super 4s (8 cars)

A Main
1. #777 Clint Massey
2. #15 Paul Schwartzenberger
3. #88 Roy Atchison III
4. #00 Kit Murphy
5. #33 Liam Meyers
6. #32x Jason Cook
DNS #70 Roy Maynard Sr
DNS #15s Shawn Schwartzenberger

NMRA Midgets (9 cars)

A Main
1. #36 West Evans
2. #21 Anthony Lopiccolo
3. #37 Chuck West
4. #2 Jason Arnold
5. #07 Kevin Kale
6. #77 Ace Kale
7. #59 Scott Niven
8. #70 Don Brashier
DNS #55 Dave Lambert

Outlaw Karts (16 cars)

A Main
1. #15B Brad Pounds
2. #18c Chris McKellar
3. #9 Riley Clem
4. #49 Kevin Wageman
5. #8s Levi Smith
6. #13 Tommy Rosenberger
7. #911 Jake Lion
8. #12m Larry Moody
9. #14 Gavyn Manning
10. #11m Wyatt Moody
11. #12 Gerald McKellar
12. #73 Tony Banks
13. #22 Bryce Cooper
14. #4Y Joey Yantis
15. #11 Bryan Watson
16. #17G Robert Gordon

4  Saturday Night Racer / SATURDAY NIGHT RACER / RESULTS OF THE AUGUST 25 PASSCAR AND IMCA MODIFIEDS AT PERRS
 on: 08/26/18 at 12:23pm 
Started by ScottDaloisio | Post by ScottDaloisio  
Perris Auto Speedway
18700 Lake Perris Drive
Perris, CA  92571
(951) 940-0134
http://perrisautospeedway.com/

For further information, contact Scott Daloisio (909) 226-7768 or mailto:racesatthepas@aol.com

For Immediate Release

RESULTS OF THE AUGUST 25  PASSCAR STOCK AND IMCA MODIFIEDS RACES AT PERRIS AUTO SPEEDWAY!

(Perris, CA, August 26, 2018)  

Modified Inland Rigging Fast Car Dash Presented by CP Carillo
1. David Lord – Hemet, CA – 11 points
2. Steve Fangmeyer – Stanton, CA – 9 points
3. Clint Reichenbach – Santa Maria, CA – 4 points
4. Chad Burns – Riverside, CA – 0 points

IMCA Modified A-Main
1. Clint Reichenbach – Santa Maria, CA
2.  Justin Dunn – Riverside, CA
3. Dave Clark - Riverside CA
4. Chuck Becker – Yucaipa, CA
5. Terry Hershberger – Corona, CA
6. Chad Burns – Riverside, CA
7. James Cory – Hemet, CA
8. Anthony Forta – Redlands, CA
9. David Lord – Hemet, CA
10. Jeremy Queener – Mira Loma, CA
11. John Crow – Corona, CA
12. Billy Griffin – Buena Park, CA
13. Kelsie Foley – Tucson, AZ
14. Steve Fangmeyer – Stanton, CA
15. Carla Laney – Torrance, CA  
Eibach “Spring Forward $125.00 Hard Charger Award – Justin Dunn

PASSCAR Street Stocks  
1. Luke Dodd – Riverside, CA
2. Sean Estes – Riverside, CA
3. Chris Leventis – Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
4. Bryan Harrel – Moreno Valley, CA
5. Alyssa Smith - Norco, CA
6. Brian Darr – Apple Valley, CA
7. Harley Harveston – Lake Elsinore, CA
8. Tom Rodgers – Phelan, CA
DNS Henry Wesolowski – Temecula, CA
Eibach “Spring Forward $125.00 Hard Charger Award – Sean Estes


PASSCAR Super Stocks  
1. Fred Estrada - Riverside, CA  
2. Mike Lerwell – El Cajon, CA
3. Ryan Partridge – Rancho Cucamonga, CA
4. Bill Bartels – Marina Del Rey, CA
5. Dennis Wooldridge – Riverside, CA
6. Pat Bradley – Escondido, CA
DNS Blaine Whitson – Temecula, CA
DNS Jeff Johnson – Fontana, CA
DNS – Tom Smith – Norco, CA
Eibach “Spring Forward $125.00 Hard Charger Award – Fred Estrada


PASSCAR American Factory Stocks  
1. Todd Fassler – El Cajon, CA
2. Cameron Veatch – Temecula, CA
3. Kris Carnish – Menifee, CA
4. Jason Cook – San Jacinto, CA
5. Swede Ogren – Anza, CA
6. Mike Burks – Nuevo, CA
7. Darren Myers – Buena Park, CA
8. Aiden Frank – Menifee, CA
9. Allen Coward Jr. – Santa Ana, CA
10. Jessica Schaffer – Ramona, CA
Eibach “Spring Forward $125.00 Hard Charger Award – Cameron Veatch

Advance tickets for all PAS events, including November’s 23rd Annual Budweiser Oval Nationals presented by All Coast Construction, are available 24 hours a day online at https://pas.tix.com/Schedule.aspx?OrgNum=7 or by calling 1-800-595-4849.  For fans who do not want to buy advance tickets, there will be plenty available for everyone at the ticket window each race night.

Perris Auto Speedway wants to thank its corporate partners for the 2018 season.  All Coast Construction, Amsoil, Austin Hutchinson Realtor, Ayers Hotel & Spa, Battery Systems, Brass and Bass Firearms & Fishing Supplies, Budweiser, Bud’s Tire Pro, Center Point Church, Champion Towing, Chris’ Hauling, City of Perris, Country Values Magazine, Daytona Boat & RV Storage, Ed Moore Bullet Proof Driveshaft, Edelbrock, Flowdynamics, Full Throttle Scissor Lift Rental, Green Sheet, Greg Smith Equipment, Harley’s Custom Cycles, HD Industries, Hoosier Tires, Indiana Truck Salvage, K&N Engineering, Living Water’s Hospice, Luke’s Transmission, Moreno Valley Magazine of Values, Paul Oil Company, Pepsi-Cola, Pick-A-Part Auto Salvage, Pole Position, Precision Engine of Temecula, PrintItNow.com, Scott Sales, Shaver Specialties, Square H, Sunstate Equipment, Swedish Speed, Original Tommy’s Burgers, Trench Shoring, Valley News and Vista Paint.

To keep up with all the latest Perris Auto Speedway news, photos, gossip and receive special offers, please use the following links:

another site:  https://another site/pages/Perris-Auto-Speedway/113876798686480?ref=hl

Twitter: Perris Auto Speedway on Twitter.

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/perrisautospeedway/

Website: http://perrisautospeedway.com/

Video and DVD productions of all racing events at Perris Auto Speedway are available from Loudpedal Productions. For more information on these productions you can contact them by calling (805) 844-3854, E-mailing mailto:trtruex@gmail.com or you can visit the web site LoudPedal Productions

Perris Auto Speedway is conveniently located on the So Cal Fair and Event Center (home of October’s Southern California Fair), approximately one-hour east of Los Angeles and one-hour North of San Diego. To get to the track, take the 215 freeway, exit on the Ramona Expressway and go three miles east to the fairgrounds. For directions on MapQuest, the address to enter is: 18700 Lake Perris Drive and the zip code is 92571.

racesatthepas@aol.com is the only authorized Internet address to issue official media news released from The Perris Auto Speedway or Oval Entertainment.

2018 Perris Auto Speedway


September 1st      NIGHT OF DESTRUCTION NOD VII - Demo Cross, Figure 8's, Figure 8 Trailer Racing and Formula-X Autocross & CrossKarts

September 22nd      "GLENN HOWARD CLASSIC" USAC/CRA Sprint Cars, PAS Senior Sprint Cars and PAS Young Guns Sprint Cars
                 
October 6th - 14th      SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA FAIR

October 20th      USAC/CRA Sprint Cars, PAS Senior Sprint Cars and PAS Young Guns Sprint Cars

October 27th      PASSCAR "Champions Night” - Street Stocks, Super Stocks, Factory Stocks and Modifieds  

November 7th      Oval Nationals Practice

November 8th              23rd Annual Budweiser Oval Nationals “Presented by All Coast Construction" USAC National and USAC/CRA Sprint Cars

November 9th      23rd Annual Budweiser Oval Nationals “Presented by All Coast Construction" USAC National and USAC/CRA Sprint Cars

November 10th      23rd Annual Budweiser Oval Nationals “Presented by All Coast Construction" USAC National and USAC/CRA Sprint Cars
     

NOTE; THIS SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE




   

5  Saturday Night Racer / SATURDAY NIGHT RACER / Bakersfield Speedways 8/25 results **Mike Moshier Classic**
 on: 08/25/18 at 9:39pm 
Started by AStewart37 | Post by AStewart37  
IMCA Modifieds 50 lapper (27 cars)

A Main
1. #98 Alex Stanford
2. #15B Brad Pounds
3. #2 Bobby Hogge IV
4. #222 Cody Laney
5. #X11 Kyle Heckman
6. #198 Robby Sawyer
7. #44s Shane DeVolder
8. #17n Steve Noland
9. #07x Troy Morris Jr
10. #2j Justin Schweitzer
11. #51B Bryan Clark
12. #7 Chris Crompe
13. #72 Ricky Childress Jr
14. #21 Austin Rodarte
15. #96A Steve Drake
16. #07T Randy Thornell
17. #4x Anthony Slaney
18. #111 Logan Drake
19. #71 Bill Wilker
20. #11x Rob Sanders
21. #14BT Blake Thornell
22. #151 Bret Bennett

B Main
1. #44s Shane DeVolder
2. #4x Anthony Slaney
3. #07T Randy Thornell
4. #17n Steve Noland
5. #151 Bret Bennett
6. #111 Logan Drake
7. #71 Bill Wilker
8. #51B Bryan Clark
9. #14BT Blake Thornell
10. #21 Austin Rodarte
11. #07 Troy Morris III
12. #55 Karl Noland Sr
13. #25J Dan Cavanough
14. #174 Riley Clem
DNS #20 Aaron Rodarte

IMCA Northern SportMods (16 cars)

A Main
1. #4 Garrett Jernigan
2. #18c Chris McKellar
3. #G6 Gary Dutton
4. #83 Jason Nation
5. #40 Nick Spainhoward
6. #33 Cale Kanke
7. #68s Billy Simkins
8. #22c Michael Johnson
9. #20s Kevin Johnson
10. #11 Zach Forster
11. #AR15 Jack Aguiar
12. #34 Robby Claborn
13. #51G Gavyn Manning
14. #04m Austin Manzella
15. #88c Austin Ruskauff
DNS #m13 Matthew Mayo Jr

Hobby Stocks (12 cars)

A Main
1. #5 Raymond Noland Jr
2. #74 Wayne Dotson
3. #11 Cody Johnson
4. #1n Nicholas Johnson
5. #91 Marcus Wankum
6. #21 Kyle Wood
7. #52 Perry Alderman
8. #15 Rick Henderson
9. #41 Tim Delcid Jr
10. #0 Justin Gonzales
11. #24 Tyler Johnson
12. #52x Nick Spainhoward

American Stocks (21 cars)

A Main
1. #17 Tim Varney
2. #15D Dakota Brown
3. #3 Brandon Ratcliff
4. #74 Miranda Dotson
5. #24 Teena Johnson
6. #38cc James Coots
7. #174 Mike Crawford
8. #13L Caitlynn Mayo
9. #52 Cristy Zumwalt
10. #316 Kenny White
11. #7A JR Garcia
12. #21R Roger Welch
13. #71 Candi Varney
14. #73 Caitlynn Guess
15. #88 Ryan Little
16. #99 Steven Amick
17. #46 Brian Childress
18. #14 JD Mealer
19. #96 Matthew Crawford
20. #24D Daryl Mealer
DQ #47 Brock Crawford

6  Saturday Night Racer / SATURDAY NIGHT RACER / Bakersfield Speedway 8/18 reaults
 on: 08/18/18 at 6:54pm 
Started by AStewart37 | Post by AStewart37  
Pro Stocks (14 Cars)

A Main
1. #21JT Justin Crockett
2. #68s Billy Simkins
3. #21 Devin Crockett
4. #13m Cody Laney
5. #74 Dana Boatwright
6. #5n Frank Nyback
7. #34 Paul Banghart
8. #54 Brady Bell
9. #87 Wayne Coffman
10. #29 Tina Bell
11. #11m Clay Daly
12. #11x Tim Randolph
13. #50 Chris Smith
DQ #43k Dave King Jr

Hobby Stocks (12 Cars)

A Main
1. #99 Don Mead
2. #10 Trevor Baker
3. #11 Cody Johnson
4. #91x Michael Scruggs
5. #37 Mike Lewis
6. #91 Scotty Preast
7. #24D Daryl Mealer
8. #52x Loni Spiller
9. #52 Perry Alderman
10. #1n Nicholas Johnson
11. #5 Raymond Noland Jr
DNS #5x James Coots

Mod Lites (15 Cars)

A Main
1. #11 Zach Forster
2. #4 Anthony Balcazar
3. #14 JD Brown
4. #88 Jacob Diamond
5. #12 Jeff Thompson
6. #23k Kaden Cochrun
7. #24c Kenny Cochrun
8. #27 Daniel West
9. #13m Seth Poncetta
10. #68 Cayden McCaslin
11. #48 Colby Lewis
12. #8 Danny Valdez
13. #9 Tristan Kanthack
14. #27x Jacob Sanchez
DNS #78 Roy Maynard Jr

Late Models (5 Cars)

A Main
1. #5L Cody Laney
2. #91 Tony Toste
3. #9xxx Chett Reeves
4. #33 William Chambers
5. #27 Ron Bartels

Hard Tops (6 Cars)

A Main
1. #7 Rich Souza
2. #9 Matt McCaslin
3. #46x Tyler Week
4. #63 Brandon Stanphill
5. #00 Jason Denman
6. #66 Jesse Dobbins

7  Saturday Night Racer / SATURDAY NIGHT RACER / Bakersfield Speedway 8/11 results
 on: 08/12/18 at 12:42am 
Started by AStewart37 | Post by AStewart37  
IMCA Northern SportMods (14 Cars)

A Main
1. #40 Nick Spainhoward
2. #G6 Gary Dutton
3. #51G Gavyn Manning
4. #18c Chris McKellar
5. #20s Kevin Johnson
6. #12 James Cecil
7. #04m Austin Manzella
8. #21P David Pearson
9. #32 Tina Pounds
10. #ar15 Jack Aguiar
11. #42w Austin Williams
12. #33 Cale Kanke
13. #78s Randy Schweitzer
14. #13m Matthew Mayo Jr

American Stocks (16 Cars)

A Main
1. #14 JD Mealer
2. #316 Kenny White
3. #24 Teena Johnson
4. #99 Steve Amick
5. #74 Miranda Scott
6. #38cc James Coots
7. #46 Brandon Ratcliff
8. #71 Candi Varney
9. #17a Tim Varney
10. #47 Brock Crawford
11. #24D Deryl Mealer
12. #13L Caitlynn Mayo
13. #52 Cristy Zumwalt
DNS #3 Brian Childress
DNS #G72 Ronald Lookadoo
DQ #88 Joe Humphrey

Mini Stocks (16 Cars)

A Main
1. #32x Jason Cook
2. #9 Gene Glover
3. #1D David Wolford
4. #15s Shawn Schwartzenberger
5. #15 Paul Schwartzenberger
6. #777 Clint Massey
7. #6 Andy Boydstun
8. #75w Brandon Wolford
9. #00 Kit Murphy
10. #2 Jillian Mercer
11. #15L Eric Loya Sr
12. #14 Sherry Duncan
13. #70 Roy Maynard Sr
14. #13 Jose Rosales
15. #68 Carter Cherry
16. #68x Parker Cherry

NMRA Midgets (8 Cars)

A Main
1. #21
2. #07
3. #77
4. #36
5. #2p
6. #70
7. #55
8. #40

Sr Mini Dwarfs (7 Cars)

A Main
1. #1 Jett Yantis
2. #17 Tyler Blankenship
3. #3 Mason Ratcliff
4. #22 Trenton Rickel
5. #72 Mason Conway
6. #18a Anthony Montanez
7. #86 Madison Meyers

Jr Mini Dwarfs (10 Cars)

A Main
1. #18 Ethan Giannetto
2. #12n Adam Nohl
3. #84 Wyatt Webb
4. #7 Tristen Harrington
5. #09 Bransyn Speer
6. #21H Seth Hansen
7. #12E Emma McKellar
8. #25cc Carson Conway
9. #L14 Michael Lookadoo
10. #18B Bryson Martin

8  Saturday Night Racer / SATURDAY NIGHT RACER / Antioch Speedway Preview And Results August 9
 on: 08/10/18 at 6:37am 
Started by C.W. | Post by C.W.  
Late Models, Modified Classes Highlight
Antioch Speedway Program Saturday Night


Antioch, CA...Antioch Speedway has a five division program on tap for this Saturday night. The All Star Series B Modifieds are back after a month off. DIRTcar Late Models will be there for their fifth appearance of the season. The A Modifieds, Limited Late Models and Hobby Stocks will make this a great night of Stock Car racing on the three-eighth mile clay oval.

The B Modified championship seems to be well in hand for Trevor Clymens. Clymens leads the division with five feature wins and holds a 200 point advantage over top rookie Ryan DeForest. DeForest won his first Main Event last time out with Clymens chasing him in second. The win moved DeForest 28 points ahead of Chuck Golden in a closer race for second. Golden is still looking for his first win of the season, but his third place position isn't in jeopardy at the moment. The next driver is 78 points back.

Kenny Shrader got off to a late start, but he has five Top 5 finishes in the last eight races, including a pair of third place finishes. He seems to be running well enough to win. After less than desired results at Watsonville last week, Shrader loaded up, came to Antioch, started in the fifth row and finished fifth in the A Modified Main Event. It's a bit closer in the race for fourth as Brent Curran is 14 points back and Tommy Fraser trails by 19 points. Curran has a win at Antioch, but he's been testing his skills at over ten different tracks and recently won at Quincy. The roster has some good drivers, and some who could make an appearance include Guy Ahlwardt, Todd Gomez, Aaron Crowell, Kevin Brown, reigning champion KC Keller and Matt Taylor.

The DIRTcar Late Model winner's board now finds three-time reigning champion Jeff Decker and Richard Papenhausen tied up at two wins each. Papenhausen has missed a race, but Decker is leading the standings by just 20 points over Marysville star Rod Oliver. Oliver has done it with consistency as he has one third and three fourth place finishes so far. Kimo Oreta is set to compete in two divisions Saturday night. Last year's "Rookie Of The Year" is 26 points behind Oliver in third and also has a third place feature finish. He's just four points ahead of Mike Hynes and six in front of Papenhausen.

Dennis Souza may be the best candidate to become the third different winner. He has a second this season. If he were to win, it would be his first win ever at Antioch. Past Modified champion Rob Norris is ready to go this week, and other drivers to watch for include David Newquist, Joey Olschowka and Paul Guglielmoni.

The battle for the championship in the A Modified division remains close. Four-time feature winner Nick DeCarlo had a rough night last week, while reigning champion Bobby Motts Jr. earned his sixth podium finish of the season in third. DeCarlo's lead over Motts is just ten points. Sean O'Gara has a tenuous hold on third in the standings, just 20 points ahead of four time winner Kellen Chadwick and 36 ahead of Bobby Montalvo. You never know when Chadwick is coming, but it could be this week.

Top rookie Buddy Kniss opted to get some experience in a big show environment last week, which dropped him from fifth to 26 points behind Montalvo. The stars of last week were two-time champion Carl Berendsen II and Anthony Slaney, who scored a 1-2 finish. This was the second win of the season for Berendsen, who made the decision to race at Antioch in order to race in front of his grandfather, who is moving out of the state. For Slaney, it was his second straight runnerup finish as he continues to run strong. Other drivers who might make an appearance this week include Trent Wentworth, David Zeiter, Raymond Lindeman and Shawn DeForest.

If you are a fan of close point races, you need look no further than the battle taking place in the Limited Late Model division. Mark Garner and Kimo Oreta are dead locked for the lead with Mike Walko just six points behind them. Garner and Oreta both have three wins after Garner's impressive drive to victory last week, but Oreta wins the tie breaker with two seconds to one for Garner. Walko, meanwhile, has been the most consistent of the three. He has two wins, and his one non Top 3 finish in ten races was a fourth place finish. This is a battle that may just go down to the final checkered flag.

Ryan Cherezian can see the three drivers ahead of him, but he needs some luck to go his way and a win or two. Cherezian is 40 points out of the lead and has one second and three thirds so far. He's had his moments, and the win may be just around the corner for him. You can never count out the division's all time win leader and two-time champion Mike Gustafson, who has one win this year. Other drivers to watch for include the steady John Evans, Chad Hammer and Jon Haney.

The big announcement this week was centered around an increased money race for the Hobby Stocks on September 8th. The 50 lap race will pay $1,000 to win and $125 to start based on 20 cars. The track's Big 3 may seem to be the favorites, but rules may allow for some big name visitors to come to town. When they get there, they will have to deal with Chris Sorensen. Sorensen is having an amazing season in the car he got this year from the shop of Fred Baker. Chris has six wins, five seconds and four thirds. He has only missed the Top 5 once in 17 starts. With those kinds of numbers, it's no big surprise to see him leading his closest challenger, Michael Cooper, by 100 points.

Cooper has four wins, but after scoring his fifth win of the season, reigning champion Cameron Swank is only 31 points out of second. Any of these three drivers could make a run at the money at the September race, and they go into Saturday as the drivers to beat. Two drivers knocking on the door to victory lately are rookies Breanna Troen and Anthony Wellborn. In recent races, Troen has notched two season best thirds, while Wellborn has six Top 5's in his last eight starts. A win could happen at any time for either one them. Billy Garner and top ranked rookie John Wacht would love to earn their second wins this week, and others to watch in the quest for victory include Josh Leach, Tom Cline, Haley Gomez and Ed Letterman. Long time racer Bob Brown finished second last week, and it wouldn't be a surprise to see him get a win if he keeps coming back.

Saturday night is a night that fans of Stock Car racing can get exited about. It's a great lineup of All Star Series divisions you won't want to miss. For further information, go to www.antiochspeedway.com.


Berendsen, Fatu, Garner Win Antioch Speedway Main Events


Antioch, CA...August 4...William Fatu won the 20 lap All Star Series Winged 360 Sprint Car Main Event Saturday night at Antioch Speedway. In the past few seasons, Fatu has moved up from Mini Stocks to Wingless Spec Sprints and now into a 360 Sprint Car, and this was his first win in this division. Fatu shared the front row with David Dias and sprinted into the lead. Heat race winner Billy Aton's quest for his third win of the season ended when he spun on the back stretch on lap three with broken steering. After failing to finish the previous race, point leader Art McCarthy made a charge from the third row into second by lap seven. Fatu held a huge lead by then, but McCarthy steadily gained on him until catching him at the white flag. McCarthy made a run at him down the back stretch and into the final turn, but Fatu brought it home to a satisfying victory. McCarthy was a season-best second, followed by James Ringo, Jacob Tuttle and Matt DeMartini.

Carl Berendsen II earned the victory in the 20 lap A Modified Main Event. Berendsen is a two-time division champion, and this was also his second win of the season. He started back in eighth and quickly worked his way to the front of the pack. When he got there, he had to battle a determined Anthony Slaney, who was trying to get his first win of the season. However, Berendsen pulled ahead on lap six and collected the win, followed by Slaney, reigning champion Bobby Motts Jr., Chuck Golden and Kenny Shrader.

Mark Garner snapped out of his three-race slump and put his championship bid back on track with his third 20 lap Limited Late Model Main Event win of the season. Garner shared the front row with Lori Brown and bolted into the lead at the start. Brown spun from second for the only yellow flag slow down of the race on lap five. Mike Walko moved into second and challenged Garner on the restart. However, Garner pulled away to a straightaway advantage, and even a pair of slower cars in the final five laps didn't stop his charge to the much-needed win. Walko collected his third runner-up finish of the season, followed by Ryan Cherezian, point leader, Kimo Oreta and Mike Gustafson.

Reigning Hobby Stock champion Cameron Swank collected his fifth 20 lap Main Event win of the season. Swank started back in the fourth row, and Bob Brown was the early leader. Swank made an inside pass on Breanna Troen in Turn 4 for second on lap 4 and beat Brown back to the line for the lead on lap six. From there, Swank set a blistering pace and held a half-lap lead at the checkered flag. Brown finished second, followed by a season-best third for Josh Leach, point leader Chris Sorensen and Anthony Wellborn.

David Michael Rosa earned his third 20 lap Dwarf Car Main Event victory of the season. Rosa and point leader Mike Corsaro started mid-pack, and both drivers made a charge to the front. Corsaro is looking for his first win since the fifth race of the season, but Rosa made him settle for his fourth second place finish in the last six races. Street Stock legend David Rosa finished third ahead of Mario Marques and Jacob Williams.

All Star Series racing action resumes next Saturday night with the DIRTcar Late Models back along with the A Modifieds, B Modifieds, Limited Late Models and Hobby Stocks. For further information, go to www.antiochspeedway.com.

Unofficial Race Results
All Star Series Antioch Speedway
Winged 360 Sprint Cars
Heat Winners (8 Laps)-Art McCarthy, Billy Aton. Main Event (20 Laps)-William Fatu, Art McCarthy, James Ringo, Jacob Tuttle, Matt DeMartini, Joey Ancona, David Dias, Tim Burcher, Billy Aton, Jeff Strole.

A Modifieds
Heat Winners (8 Laps)-Robbie Senn, Nick DeCarlo. Main Event (20 Laps)-Carl Berendsen II, Anthony Slaney, Bobby Motts Jr, Chuck Golden, Kenny Shrader, Eric Berendsen, David Zeiter, Bobby Montalvo, Nick DeCarlo, Josh Combs.

Limited Late Models
Heat Winners (8 Laps)-Kimo Oreta, Ryan Cherezian. Main Event (20 Laps)-Mark Garner, Mike Walko, Ryan Cherezian, Kimo Oreta, Mike Gustafson, Lori Brown, John Evans.

Hobby Stocks
Heat Winners (8 Laps)-Cameron Swank, John Wacht. Main Event (20 Laps)-Cameron Swank, Bob Brown, Josh Leach, Chris Sorensen, Anthony Wellborn, Breanna Troen, Michael Cooper, Ed Letterman, Mike Matheson, John Wacht.

Dwarf Cars
Heat Winners (8 Laps)-David Michael Rosa, Mike Corsaro. Main Event (20 Laps)-David Michael Rosa, Mike Corsaro, David Rosa, Mario Marques, Jacob Williams, Tony Carmignani, Chris Becker, Jessie Pfeiffer, Chuck Conover, Giovanni Bortoli.

9  Saturday Night Racer / SATURDAY NIGHT RACER / Legends Night Set For Saturday Night At Merced Speedway
 on: 08/10/18 at 6:36am 
Started by C.W. | Post by C.W.  

Legends Night Set For Saturday Night At Merced Speedway


Merced, CA...After a two-week break, Merced Speedway roars back to life this Saturday night with another special event. It's Legends Night, and it pays tribute to nearly 70 years of racing tradition at the Merced County Fairgrounds racing facility. The Valley Sportsman division takes center stage this week along with the Hobby Stocks, California Sharp Mini Late Models and BCRA Midget Lites.

Merced Speedway has been around for weekly racing action since 1950. During that time, they've had some big events. This has included of visit by what became the NASCAR Cup Series, The World of Outlaw Sprint Cars and a $10,000 to win USAC Midget race. The fans have cheered on many great racers during that time.

This includes the man they called Mr. Dirt, Vern Wilhoite. Vern won his first championship back in the 1950s. He went on to win more Sportsman championships and in the 1990s had a race on the schedule in his honor. Vern raced wheel to wheel with four time Sportsman champion Dennis Moomjean back in those days. Vern has since passed away, but Dennis has been one of the regulars at Legends Night since it was started by then General Manager Doug Williams in 2013.

Several drivers who competed at the speedway in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s show up for Legends Night, and some of them get the opportunity to get behind the wheel of the Valley Sportsman cars and make a few pace laps before stopping on the front straightaway to be interviewed. Back in 2014, legendary speedway announcer Johnny Sass even showed up to do the interviews. Sass announced at the speedway from about the time it opened until Chuck Griffin had his final year as promoter in 2009.

The Sportsman division was the featured class at Merced and many other venues from the mid 1960s until 1980. Chuck Griffin was one of the drivers on the roster back in its final days. When he had an opportunity to bring the class back in 1999, he didn't hesitate. Working with Pure Stock champion Luis Miranda, Griffin put a nice set of rules together and brought the class back to life. This is the 20th consecutive season of Sportsman racing at the speedway. They have crowned a champion in all but one of those seasons.

The #25m car Chris Birdsong was built by his father, 2016 champion Kenny Birdsong. The car was a replica of a car wheeled by Kenny's hero in the early 1970s, Rod Poor. Poor was notable in winning more Main Events than anybody else in the final decade of the division's initial run. Chris has won two Main Events in his own car this year and piloted the 2017 championship car of Jeff Bristow to his most recent win. Bristow has played car owner this year and has two other wins to show for it with IMCA Sport Modified racer Chris Falkenberg behind the wheel.

With all of those wins accounted for, it is Watsonville Speedway Hall of Fame driver Jerry Cecil leading the standings. Jerry had been retired for several years, but Jeanne Canepa, lured him back behind the wheel again. Saturday night is a point event, and Cecil leads Rick Elliott by eight tallies in the standings. Birdsong is still in the hunt, 32 points back.

The car count may even reach into double digits on Saturday, and there are at least 14 known cars in the area. One car will be driven by two-time division champion Mike Friesen. Friesen was there when the division was brought back in 1999 and also raced back in the 1970s. He is a lover of vintage race cars and also owns a Hardtop painted in tribute of past Merced Speedway great Sam Huff as well as a Super Modified.

These are unique race cars in that the cars feature various different body styles, compared to some of today's race cars that often times look the same other than the paint jobs. Some of the racers anticipated for Legends Night include Eric Sealy, Jeff West, Gary Hildebrand, past champion Mark Odgers and Watsonville Speedway Hall of Famer Ray Johnson.

The popular Hobby Stock division will be racing on Saturday night. After ten events, reigning champion Kodie Dean has picked up seven Main Event victories. With those kinds of numbers, you would anticipate him holding a huge point lead. However, the consistent Shannon Nelson, who has notched eight Top 5 finishes of her own, is just eight points back. The wife of two-time division champion Bubba Nelson is still looking for her first Main Event wins since 2015. Likewise, teammate Kristy Shearer is searching for her first win in three seasons. She trails Dean by 34 points as she remains in contention.

A rough start has slowed the pace of Austin Van Hoff, but he is still on track for another Top 5 season following his season-best second place finish last time out. Robbie Loquaci has one win this year and leads Michael Shearer by just 34 points in the race for fifth. Drivers will need to bring their A Game to beat the flying Dean, and some of the racers hoping they can pull off the win included John Hensley, Kalob Shelton, Race Shelton, Mike Stockton, Donnie Shearer and Mike Germait.

It's a two-car championship battle in the Mini Late Model class. With two wins to his credit, Tim Crews leads Carson Guthrie by 16 points. Guthrie is still looking for his first win. Third ranked Riley Jeppesen has one victory and leads the steady Ian Shearer by just seven points in the battle for third. A terrible start has left five-time winner Jesse James Burks way off the pace, but he is closing in on Shearer and trails by just 20 points.

The BCRA Midget Lites round out the program. These cars tour several different venues in California and were recently down south in Santa Maria for a shootout race with the local Lightning Sprint group. Some of the drivers to watch for include hard charger Danika Joe Parker, Bradley Dillard, Dakota Albright, Terry Bergstrom and the father-and-son duo of Scott and Hunter Kenney. Hunter is the current point leader.

Merced Speedway is proud of their heritage and their place within the community. This is the 69th continuous season of racing at the speedway. Long time fans of the track who may not have been around lately should mark this night on their calendar. It may be an opportunity to see somebody that you cheered on years ago.  For further information, go to www.racemerced.com

10  Saturday Night Racer / SATURDAY NIGHT RACER / Drivers Compete For Double Points At Lemoore Raceway On Sunday Afternoon
 on: 08/10/18 at 6:34am 
Started by C.W. | Post by C.W.  


Drivers Compete For Double Points At Lemoore Raceway On Sunday Afternoon


Lemoore, CA...The Central Valley Mini Stocks return to action on the 1/5 mile Lemoore Raceway dirt track this Sunday afternoon. The fifth event of the season has the added attraction of double points. Anybody looking to make a big move up the point ladder has a better chance of accomplishing their goal.

To do that, however, the drivers will have to beat the Baronian brothers. Greg Baronian has won most of the Main Events so far with brother Rod the only other winner on the list. Because of that, Greg holds a 34 point advantage over Rod in the battle for the championship.

Dan Myrick hopes to get his first local win this week. Just a few weeks ago, he made his first ever appearance at Merced Speedway and left with the Main Event winner's trophy. Dan only trails Rod Baronian by eight points in a still close battle for second. He isn't too far ahead of Ryan Doglione, who is five points behind him in fourth.

All of the competitors enjoy the opportunity anytime they can race on the little track. In fact, Chris Goldsmith stepped forward to repair a damaged Turn 4 fence after the most recent race to make sure things would be ready to go for next race. Some of the drivers hoping that Sunday will be their day for victory include Goldsmith, Jeff Durant, Ben Davis and Randy Brown. Merced stars Jennifer Corder and Shawn DePriest are two others anticipated on Sunday.

The Sunday show will feature time trials on the clock, a Trophy Dash, heat races, B Main (if needed) and Main Event. It will be a relaxing and fun afternoon for the family to enjoy. For further information, go to www.centralvalleyministocks.com.






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